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.,.".' - m I J. D, BRTJMBAirGH;v A TTORNET AT LAW, AM) NOTAEYUBLIC 51arjsvill, MarsliaU Co. Kansas. EEFER3 TO Messrs. Humphrey, Terry, "- Co., and Derby Day, St. Louis. Headly & Carr; Dowman Co.; Grimes & Carter, Atchison, K. T. Baker & Cushman; Jowler Zeigi oF 9"g and Hon. JohliThompfcm MOD,.BalMrao!e, MS. Hon. Saml. D. Lecompte; tt m. G. Matins? Perry tc Lowe; and Ciark, Gruber &"Co:, Bankers, Leavenworth, K. T. Lykins Boyd; Van Lear & Britton, St. Joseph, Mo. J. B. CLARDY, ATTORNEY ATAW:. INotary Public &vGeneraUCol lecting & Land Agent, LOUISVILLE, - - - KAATSAS. Prompt attention giventhe. variousiindh of business that mayiarise in Uiecounties of Marshall, Pottawattomie and the counties there unto attached. The best of references can be given. March, 1862. nltf nTV SWri"- O 55 Banker, TJ. S. Stock & Insurance Broker (Office 410 Sixth street, neav the P. 0.) TVASnilSGTOWO. C. Attends to buying and selling United States Stocks ()fadnds5galso toUi& -collection L flaimH n'trAiTiHtthft 'Government. t"v WM. McLENNAN, A1T0RNEY AT LAW, And SoiTcifer ar,?Ch-ancOrM Offico on Main street, Nebraska City, N. T. Will attend to all business in Ins profession in the several courts in Nebraska June 14, 1862. w. o$&d33sft,J3 imq & (Jrasellw at f ak Lawrence Douglass County Kansas. -6en1f al&ell ."Estate" arid" Cpllecting Agent WrKafasas.wI fwmVI aiju,07i tf,u r ,.BYRON SHERRY J i ' ' PUBLIC. ii i; i-jO Tl-no27 owcoj'iVi'jnoAa County, Kansos. 0. J. LEE, M. D., BespectfuliliifeenSuEVitlps $t,rjBvilI5and, icii m that he is permanently located hero for tho practicV o MEDICINE AND SURGERY. DaTing had upwards of twenty 3 ears experience ia the prac tico of his profession, ho can assure those who fi or him w lth their patronage-ja ywRLrceeivo the host of eLUlan Attention. Office and residence at the stofie houso on the hill at the east end of town. PETjlU gift, fAJ "XGJtGT' JAn CKSMIPi MARYSVILLE, Kansas SHOP on Walnnt streot, in East Marysville. XU13UU3 wieuiug rfurit uone in ms line wju una it to their adantaaetp.cive him a call. Cor. 6th and Commercial Streets, Atchison, Kan ' This Hotel is situated in tho most pleasant part of the city and is kept in all respects W a ffrsHttasa Iloncc. Guestsmav dependjipon being accommegatea witlf Well-Vurnfched roomsf una ciean Deusanaexiraraganr cnargeswill'not'be maflc:- We havea good stable, and will, jjKepJeams cheaper than any ono else in the place. WM. STRATTON, Proprietor. ELI MOORE. KVS3. oil f A XKl Ur , ,3U$ . ?4 ,,- f .. A Carpcntor t.mnd - Cabinet Blaker Marysville, Kansas, Will attend to the erection of all hinds of build ings -with neatness and dispatch. Plans and spec Ificauons furnished. I have on hand a large p'OTmCPraSTOt river prices. Terms to suit the" times. n6tf J. KINNEY & CO., Wholesale Grocers and Dealtra Staple anFaii Vocriei WINES, LIQUORS, TEAS, FLOUR, PLASTER PA'RIS, CEMENT AND WHITE LIME. .$ . Eelix .StieeW r l ' T Oppose Ac 5Sfa Bank of Missouri THOS- MCCOY, BOOTJ& SHbE'-MAKER. k ltriV'KaoirpMmen by tfieSeffeienfs, T '. th.atltmakex Boots, and Slibes pf all' izes and of every description imagina bIe,forkoseVlio may be so kind as to giefme ajI, at j 5& BfoadwAy, fhere X shall always be on hand My material is Ihc oesttuat can be prcliasd.ftrgqld or Treasury tomato, or so ugly as tbmakelfielrbTraer'blush. - tiuviunt, ai WM JH 9J Uie 101- owing iif l-qi jncea: IpaaVgioes, kip, i , fi r- -i,lUA !t 1 WO " calf , , sowed D ttiSL'iraa fvW 3-25 Boots, kip 5.00 $o.50 $0.00 7.00 "Vjntrkaivlcalf .17 " " French ,7T.X k "irtW.SO T k Womens. shoes, alf, pegf ed, . . S2. 25 jf. B. I"willlo repair'haTMM'asiieatiy i-piiWandatTerylow figr& My motto fc t werk cheap for cash. .1 - af the msrcxisr w-aC --. wtf BOOK AND JOS PRlfiTlKG f KESTABLISHMENT? jxov & ai footle Jasfcrr; jrr TT ! lu ! I '.wOTascTT' a IVo, 113 if1 M-nT air- -'W r begum's ,yTi.p.--jij jbm.ri o i T X We are paepared to execute c MriptjoAffiaMHOUaMI every de A3' T JPIJ ! ! fc j U2 fiVlQftl n j uuod lilt Booh auLloli printing Inn J : i 3l-i; I( i 7r i S79l . J '.iff . SUCH AS If I .'.aaoKrr.. -rctr J ?A Hi j ; fcostersj programmes, ,mU t, Vi(i:Oirculars,Chcks,tBus mess uaras, jjianic- ''w!S(-BI - BiUs,of Fare, c. Bill Heads, Lettc ., j,4 ,i Heads, -Hand -Bills, Labels, BalLr Tick , i ,.. K, , ets,'&c, &c. , t ,., ,t1 ." ia nri fPbgetlier witK veVy.varietyilof " f- ( T uuAi If Jt.f it' V.Itt I f u j .ajo::fAyaas O&uncu anai j&ofoztit cv ana' t&o&ttit zyztnana' a iv 4. rA i cTttii'xuLf ,.--v . W...I.A ,VH.V1UJJH1. ,ei9Uc?i Sco5tt 9U.t!ifV:i 1 "Viery Best t ossible Manner, i- ' I Si ft Bi and at the ' ,'!, 1 J-4( "W-H U! LOWEST PRISES, .'l6ffIHYlf TGTIOT, :070K Si!ii0J ;lii(MHr il J O'B'-'P'R I N T I N G ,7 I'tui Aon 1 sir-YfA 'AJMi 'f . w A 1 1 X ' K I, -1 A NOi 113 -- - - BROAIDWAY, '',' - ' U .1 till , I ) 'I 'l -t 1 Apt MAflYSXlLLEsKANSAS. PAR80N10jrNLOW'S;.-fraBPUL BOOK, or engrarpp, an rceHcnt Steel Portrait, 4c 'iHutifully Cn Pn Wtt,Wfit,ta?IiD,1 lll- ins aad -. vi- WAv a j . , " QBOSFWi CBILDS,,PaMiAB-, - KcCM aa4 6M CMiitC PUlMMphia. APPLMAU OOGtBdBBati, Ohio, " IMtaiMnor1ftWfc HEDIOAL REFORM:. That a great change has "within a few years been "wrought in. the cractico of medicine, .no one yriR pretend to deny. It is well known j for "ages lavished upon the- use of laineraL poisons, a3 medicines, bave failed -to ian3yer the reasonable expectations of thapublic. The old physicians have abandon theuse pf the lancet, and have, found it necessary to Teduce the quantity of medicine given to perhaps one fifth of their original doses ; but," as ftmiinisbing the quantity does not improve the quality, such a change can never answer the demands of suf fering invalids. . . t mt A chanse was required which sliouId';dis- pense with all poisonous drugs; trnd substitute a system of rnndcentrmedicatron, which would' harmonize with'nature, and remove diseases, without the risk of injury to the constitution. For, the accomplishment" of this object, many talented and learned men haw-zealously la bored, and a great reform .has been, brought about. Among the champion isi this, reform we believe all are willing to yield the phn? J)r. B. Greene, the founder of the xi6ston 'Indian Medicallnstitute." Dr. Greene, after studying the various sys tems of medicine, and findim? that they hadnot, the basis of nature, turned tiis, attention' to the study of Nature's .Laws spenj; several years in travel, and received nudh iseful in- " formation from' those " chilurcn of Nature ' uie "rea men oi,rne loresr, wnose names ani system of medical1 'practice he thoroughly in vestigateunindvhiehhas 'greatly fiHted'him. in tiie development' o a.svstdmhiying-natuxe for' its foundation., and science for its super- structure. ' 1 WIV L TrU-i About ten years ago, Dr.- Greene located in "Boston, when the success of his treatment was, brought more fully before the public, 'and his sphere of usefulness enlarged.' -His Allopathic friends viewed his sudcess" with a' jealous eye," I anu nis practice was aiuiuauvcrwu uuii ui win: or two of their medical journals, in ho-very dignified terns. That he was successful hi all 1 ordinary diaflses was .admitted ; but,they,,wrc slnwtnbolia."-Jnt h? s.asabletQ cuie Cancels andSciofaloit, u-rfev. To convince thbm alid the public of his success, he publd, lacts in regard to cures of tucli case?, gt mg the names and residence of such xersons who were wil 'Ung'to have their names used, 50 that any one 1 could be satisfied of their trutlnuliiLSS. He, also preserved specimens of cancers a3 thev yrere removed, that they might be. examined by the doctors, or by the public, everalliun dreds of these cancers, some of enormous size, ' soon accumulated, "having been p'lt up in glasa jars, where they haye since rcmaaied'on exlii bition at hU rooms 3G Bromfield Strecv, "Bos ton, to which the public have free access. These incontrovertible evidences of sudces brought out the press in his f.v or, and drqv: around him a large nuaibsr bf friends who yere interested in the eommori cause of hu manity. The business at the office so incrqaseo that it became necessary to relieve Dr. Greene. from the details of Ins practice, in order to make his services available to a larger portion -of thos6 applying for treatment; Por .thi& pur pose, and by the advice and cooperation of in fluential citizen'', an organisation w as formed "under tho name of the "Boston Indian Med ical Institute." Not that the practice was crude like that of the Indian, but ba?cd upon the TmlYiin system, or natural principles, har noni7me with natural laws, and avoiding the. use of pois'onous' dmgs.?yikiert'nsQjanua- ular Medical Asylum in the qountry, where patients are doily recched and successfully treated for all the -various ills"; of4 the human family. But few people have an "adequate idea of the extent ot business done at thib In stitution, or the number of cures effected, al though nearly all are familiar w ith the fact of frequent remarkable operations being per formed w ith the most fa orable results. Such results are not without their lesson. They speak hope to many sufferers, and the basis of such hope is a firm one, for it rests upon expe rience, and upon facts. ' Consumption has been treated with a success unexpected by the patienfo and their friends ; and the results in numeious cases of Scrofula, Lh er .Complaint, Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Dropsy, Pemale Complaints, Disease of the StomacK, Bowels, and Kidneys, Rheumatism, and various other diseases, ghe confidence to those conversant with the fact, that cures are effected at this Institution which have bafilcd medical skill elsewhere. Pacts like thce cannot be resisted, arid this practice must necessarily take precedence m the minds of the pcqple. Many clciginen, editors, and other profes sional gentlemen, have visited this Institution, and signified their entire approbation of the system of practice, and expiesscd a desire that the facts connected with this treatment should be made known to thevorld. The Institution, whose Card is here ap- l-pended, is now placed upono firm basis, and ,is an honor to the city ot .Boston, ana one to which her citi7ens can point w ith pride, in view of the vast amount ot" relief it has afforded to sufferers througlimtHcountryand the confidence with which the invalid may look upon the results of its practice in the future. ' B08T0H IHDIAIJ MEDICAL 1HSTITUTE, , ; OlSce 30 Bromfirld Street, Boston. BEV. N. DAY, Prei AEV. P. MASON, Vico Pres. Bsussf Gsr7vi:, M 5, ) j .vsiciano. JEra5jifr tfe sncctiijTar TrtctmentcfDistasesvpoi Rational Principles 4 The ElectnvChcpncal Btths, together with Dr. Greene's iraprot-l Medication, have been adopted fn thi3 Iutitu t.on. ind Laye exceeded the mot Fauguine espectations in' the temo al bf a great variety of diseases All persons having'Cancfrs, or thoee nffiicted with corapljcated diseais8hculd aTai tbemseTves of the per son".! attention orthe physicians at the Institute, -wlier prtper IxiardlUg-tonfaaryprOTMiel."''. cl it 1 Jl pcrona esaminatloa of each caae,U prqferabla; tpt all the.conuncn forms of diseases. (cscept In aggravated and corophcated'eases, ire encccsftilly treated with med-3 Icrce; whicfc cam b cent: to- any part rf tbo, world, with.' foil diroctong,as a" very, cm rectr knowledge can bo ob-, t-uned from angTvers o the quet!oni in tho Indian Ar; cans." a newrapcrTmblp-h2d by th6 Institution, a copy of which wiit.be teLt frco when renwesttd also,Dr, Grenv'a '1ndiivopatkt,7 or Scenca of Indian Medicine, raay bo bid at tho'oSce fur ,12 tents, or limail on the receipt or fon-po?tifce5("imp5. ' - v -iifj I -Conwltatkres nnon-iwU dijcnscsjfree cf thargaAtsthe, rfTir-.. rf i.r- itfn. ((.n'mvirtinn iha ixKtace staran. Gl! ISEFEStSST C22S- ion. ! on. S.-,a-Miurui.l!nnn. laiS-i- KCT. ineVRWoa. ?lq inaatjR:itoitm,Iai JRcv. JtoeW. ? 3IcssT: KcvlltTrhXlfrn. T-M.'Hcrit.J n.ConKin. rtovjVnce,K.T.; Rev. CtarterP Oroaveaiir, JTedfard. Mkv.; Rct. Bryan MorWj.GjF1"-1-; iter, jonn llarriman. Cantc-wury. a. r. w. fcsq,Lcsten,M6a.j Sanluel Meaar&feXow3iass ,J " t ti'V r J t- . .. ! i f I - iMBHll Bp!rt,SM(JPiflHtki!B "h St:HBJ MMPaaiaMWBOTvB BOSTON BUSINESS CARDS'. GEORGE L. STEAEHS, M'vNrrACTCEEB.or. . t 'PATS2TT MPROYD LEAD .PIPE,:! Lead ripe lined fill nnfT ,,? Also, Dealer in Piff aflH ? ?? vpf ,? a Pumps, Hydraulic ams, kc. ' . x BOSTOIX,. ,ftas3. , lerin rurniiii F-.,w-irvfi',iw" "" 1- 1 1 1 , ', l&pMJUc'BlraBt OLIVER?-toSO'E? &' CO:' L 'J l ruBti siirits? jd n'u'itfczs' iV"" s ' u v) r- J"l RTTR-RT AfHSfn AlVjClnSlClBOOKSbie ,f .mjvns 'VTTfrtrrvra ''nTTrKa-Rcf '-! i . -Wi rn -rmw '. ; 01 MUSIOAIi feiEEBCHA'NIISE.'- I.: ;n , t 277 Washinktbn rStreet? ' tt EiCE,vK3Enp(4iir;&cfO.;; - WHOLESALE.'PAPEB AKBl)"q ..j . ')' nrtoBxpfeSi or n j ,,, PAPER MAWA''l!HERllK,KIfiS, I. '1 . 20 & 22 Water St. (5immons aiiocK).' - j ALTX. II. -EICK, CHIS. S'KE'CDALI.,; J. V ILLAKD EICZ. 1 BOSTOITv CHASE, McKINNEY,. & CO. -,, " DEALERS-W'. ,n 7. tt 1 BOOTS, -SHbES, & IiE'ATHERv 1 "fronriitors of Kitcholl's Patent Metalli'd'Tipl . ;lr.' 20 & 22iPearl St. "GEO.w."raaibis & lfio.i '.!.. KUraTACTVBtES QfiAD mi9LBSALS DEAX.!tUr 32,33t & 38 JSTorth reet, OAST TTA'TiI.. OEOW. SIMMON 3, ' BOSTON, masa. 0L1VEK I. LhAVEB. J rUBLIsilERSAI"D 'Bo6ksel'lebs '- ' r ti rr5 BIGELO BEOS. & KEHNAUD, FINE JEWVLTiY,,,V$tiCiOl!S ST0"MES, Silver Vare,' Clocks, "Bronzes, &c. c. 1 - BOSTON", Hess. . t - fc ArBtoELo r, - '' i jjig' nashiiieton Street. i. i. Kn, -'J Oppodte Iranian fat iv. ir. KLN'. vm. ,. LITTLE, BSOVTiT, & CO. LAW BOOi'HB-DifriEKS, IUIOETEL3 1D DElLBl'sTj"' FOREIGN AND MISCELLANEOUS , BOOKS. EOSTOiT, ilasa. ' 110 TTashington Streot. PALMERS & BACHELDESO, V jj IUPOETEKS AXD WHOLES KVC DEALBK3 If ENGLISH AJS'U Jj'RliiNtJll WAJLUJUbib, JEWELRT AND TASGY GOODS, BOSTON", Mass. 'r 102 Tashington Stroet. JOIDI H. BUEFOEj, PRACTICAL LITHOGRAPHER. Cravon Drawniss in Color?, Portrait?, Landscapes, Sliow-Cardb lor lintel3. Manufactories, antl Mutie T.Hno Ttaaifrnc K.-P l!llrn.ld l!liril. CcrtiSCatCa of Stock. 'Maps, 4 Jill, and Letter Headings, "Notes,' Oralis, CJhecLa, ice. BOSTON, Mass. 313 "Waahington Street BENT & BUSIfr , lUrOETERS, UUTL'rCICBEBS, ASD niALXRS IX HATS, JCTAPS, A.ND FUR'S Military Caps, Bworib, Ebaulett3, &c. l ;' n ' ,; - r -Ji fcorjicr of Coui't and Washington ithtU F. W. LHTCOLU; JEt,' &'C0: .t NAUTICAL INSTRUMENOTS 1 J CHAR.TSj! cr (f.fj j 1 ' "BOSTON; Maaaw J ; ? , I ;i28;Commei:cil street;, TJCKKOR & ETELBS, ,, ,. 'PUBLISHERS,' IMPORTERS, BOOKSELLERS ANDS4l5mONEP.&. " Also, Publisbers of ""ThtLtiaLtioJKoiitiklj." . BOSTOIT. 'lliSi. - -- 'v a a J u i135 wwifngton Street: J ti. L. PRAUG & CO. J iV LITHOGRAPHY, ' ENGRAVING, r PRINTING. j ' BOSTOIT, ICisfe;'' iUi,,. A r 34rJCercthfita,ow. i. WALKER, "WISE. & CO. PUBLISHER gSELLERS . n STATIONE1YS-. ONERS-, - 8iff""ji8Lfcl0 'uof rilfeStreet: 'SfflKinKIlo oolJo .' 9kS'Wm'(HnVln' S1,.T,72 THE DOUGLAS ijfE KANXTFAQTUR- 'I 7 , ewyJlOOiaSj.TmMrir. Q 0.-pK.f. ; woira;irtfjcrraE co.: and Brarablc SCTTHlfia y'-TP.,' ,i lT.nf.nmrp PfPftr Vu. P rv.l.! TTiimn ManHfaoture. cveryTrfct rf.r'Sin in rase. '. UHMI V 1 iJUBTOlT, Xass. 33 BkttcrT March Street. I 1 1 1 1 A.BAI.L. ;j fi.3fea -; I.. M. FITCH. 4-i : .JJE"!StS;T.S-,; BOBTQ-er, 41 Tremont Wrl MBS-S AiNDBOYS! OLOTHisS?. V' AXD', FCRSlSINtJ G06DS.' 1 . f , bnerirpHo(Wc8tf,Md8triTr'KBivci. Ti r-r . ... llif 'ti .UJdjfcsiat , B9STOir,;K - .11014 ui-'inf ot 1 . I M M y vuuBmrwmmm s ?o sajf w Ll"" at i feiiJdiil t-,i A?;iio jairiacpgsuaKt pmwmW: n.-itii. t ti rjkf.irrMiva f:MmaMw - a ,-nifki -.. -... . -. . - i: - i u a. mm r . iriF iTTTITT lli i . T 7 -- "ll" - r jic .. . . ., J - ' . - ""' 'ftlf. f , ... - .. " i I . V BOSTOirTMass; ' -. i-c-j i 'o' t J '19 IdinimU.I CBEOJfteato ft'ttVEBYiH i. '.i" i Ii Booi; Job; and Gen9rk'iw.-ferfiu ,!M'1 j! ' wg aisiouuouuicuiM . ,H1i..Vf?AAUUljk -ti EOSTOU, Ma. ifo!:.i cdikli',', '- -wr DICKINSON TYPE FOUNDRY PHELPS ,& DALTOf. ' BOSTOIT, Ha. 53 "WaBhinton StNftu u.j-iWt. x. HANCOCK HOUSErw soavtwt. COURT SQUARE, BOSTON. ' f E7 Kept ox tiis Ecbop&i. Flajc. f rnorKrETOBs: T. L. D. PERKINS cc WH. A. XLDDIB. TEE ' TEMPERANOI! HOUSE,' itr BY J. ROrJNER.- 'ttf 1 1'JI BOSTOH", Mass. , 18 & 20 Lcgrwife naMk..ii4i i u.1 ;',11;f;' , hela- karsh, ' ; : PUBLISHER AXD BOOKSEELERi J ' r - r-And Seller ia"t7orla oa SpixinAlina. ' BOSTOIT, lasa. 14 Bromflald Street; , v j " ; 5 -- ai fcK ''WILLtAIIS & EVERETT, ENGBA71XGS, LOOKING-GlASSE9;U7iZ.li " - ' AiJ PICTURE-FRAMES, """oe BOSTOIl", jilass. , r 2Ai 'Waahinston Stxeet. WV. BALTIMORE & OHIO R,;.R, 'f ' ' ' And Connections, fjir The Great Through Route between thtf, f JJ Seaboard and the Fareat; and tho,:. tv i only road running direct to the National" u,,Hrf' w Metropolis, terminates at "Washington ,'J' f z and' Baltimore on tha East, and WheeV, "'. iig, Benwood, and Parksburg on thff.'J, "West, making close connections with' 4 MJ tho MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. TSTHfJ The CENTRAL OHIO, '" 'AVf CINCINNATI & WILMINGT0NifL5 COLUMBUS & CINCINNATI; 'iTi NEWARK & SANDUSKY, 7 TOLEDO & CLEVELAND, - . io! - ine KJlLi-KJ & iUiOQJ.OOJ.jr AT JL,J no iw j TERRE HAUTE & ALTN,'- Thn PACIFIC. i NORTH MISSOURI, "' ' HANNIBAL & Sx JOSEPH, The -PLATTE COUNTY RaU Road, " t and all intersecting lines in the Middle'. Vj-f ( and Western States. A,so forming w , : wl direct line between the Northern State.-.iii4 and' Kentucky, and. fee", SodtE' West f Connecting at-Washington;-D. C, ana Baltimore with the Soulheraeaboard1:--1 and Tennessee Routes ; also with, tha . TTTT vTl3f "-Jffl?r. riiiXiitiajijjiaxjiriRirajuwJasri-jt - rnri-vr 8iij'I'T'PTfA1rf-G!11?"'I?''"' 'f-irHfI .K d .iThe READING: " m' -1 -1 .-. LaV'T The W'lLLIAMSPGRT k t .:r u ELMIRA, 'iandr'f other., MPennsylvanitf,,, , Railro'atlstlamoafLmis, also, ld The CAMDEN:& AIVIBOYj' .. ih.- Mil !'. p TCAMDENo& IATLANTIC, 1 - r . n . t rv J 'v-' r . " . ' " - iTne :n um w-jlujii .Wiix;rfiii!iii, nan"d other tftersectTng' and'GonMeotiagf Q-1 Lineslo anl!1rouialljait8,or the Northr ;J,W. P. SMITH, Master iif 1nsporttio:Vr -!.' L. M. COLE. Ticketj,Aerjt. r..,. - '"ur 1 Uv ana uape iuay atoutes, ana tne yccan t.a , Steamer3.i;'"", ' ' - " '- I a -"'1t '- . . In - Aa ti heNBW-TORK?&NEW HAYEN R. RflEW f 6f t & QSTOSrtl ThESlSg $ RCESTER, r The; HUDSON RIVER,"" '- "e GONNEOTICUT.'RiyERR;.; .Utie- rWeeHr i';!3Bioflfet. ' Jonathan 'i "One of tllitif famHyptei tuVWM 'j?: . . . Tf . , the United States. TERM3. One copy, one year, !? - 6.0 . oii. copies, ua j w, (jt (61 0 48-Beekken street, KW I t r r . sn 1 Rnh-Tiber8 i the Weekly Bieiker J "receife the splendid Chrisft4ic jJid ' JS TuIyPicterilgfti. ll. rfelTr' ' ' S"!! ai ' S.ihrti, S lv.S.Afrtj.,- TTIi. ,t 4 i- t Wll . nMMlJi B,J BlJlj 1S 4t -ti b mm - VnNi: T4 W "aofJ a ""K .-- wfl M ' i iw- Km (f i -ili. .alu. - ii .Jtf-Hl it ftni tn-b)Ur --r,w4 W lUdt T M t .r - tl.1 '4" " 2 d-Kii- T ar 'iS & .' " xw T .rri. H l '-, . X t -""j t. ut4 A 1 ra 91 4 il . i 1 X