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-THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870.
We regret- to learn that the Fort Scott
coal shaft is about to Ik abandoned and the
timbers taken out. The depth reached is
Col. ScnoFtELD, brother of Gen. ScJiofield,
has arrived at Fort Leavenworth from New
Mexico, where he has Iwcn on an inflection
It i thought that the recent fronts have
been suScientijr heavy to stop the growth of
the Jail wriest, which wan getting loo ranic
fur its own good.
be requested to organise a jnrenile temper
ance organization in it locality; and that
the Cold Water Tent'dar, being the off
ering of the R.W. G. T. Lodge. I. O. G.
x, is the organization beat adapted to oor
Good Templars work.
That the Urand .uoagc request, an tue
railroads in Kansas to grant for twe, -in ad
vancing the interests of the temperance
cause, a free annual pass to G. W. C T., 1L
M. Elliott, of Manhattan.
That we regret the oversight of oar G. W.
Secretary, in not corresponding with Super
intendent M. K. Baldwin, of the L, L. & G.
K. It.: and that we extend our thanks to
Superintendent Baldwin for ( notwithstanding
such overnight) issuing return passes to all
our members who came by that road.
Also, the following set of resolution-? were
That the thanks of this Grand Lodge are
due, and arc hereby tendered, to the citizens
of Lamrcncp, for the kind and hospitable
manner in which they have entertained the
members of the Grand Lodge while in
That this Lodge also tender its thanks to
A merchant in Lawrence recently pur
chased 5,000 pounds of butter, the product
of one of our Kansas dairies during thejiast
summer, and within twenty-four hours he
disposed of the entire lot.
They have a nervy cuss at the machine
FhojH in Wyandotte. lie chopjieil of! two
of his fingers, and ia preference to asking
the services of a physician, stuck them in his
pocket until the close of his days' labor, and
then rode home.
Friday was occupied in the United States
District Court at Topeka with the case of
Sam Fletcher, which, was not concluded.
The bail of John Van Horn, formerly clerk
fur John Spcer, was reduced from $-5,000 to
The Baptist church is rapidly approach
ing completion, and the work is being
pushed forward as rapidly a possible. It is
expected that the frescoing will lie connected
in a few days. This part of the work is
living elegantly executed.
Suijscriitioxs to the Times, both daily
and weekly continue to come in byhundreds,
hhI advertisers no longer hoitatc as to the
ltet medium, for publishing their business.
Our ia.trns are to be found in all parts of the
country, and they are rapidly multiplying.
E. wilmotli, agent of A. Sumner, of St.
Louis, for the Use of one of Smith's excellent
cabinet organs during its session.
That the thanks of this Lodge are hereby
tendered to the various railroads throughout
the State for their uniform courtesy and
generosity in furnishing excursion or half
fare tickets to the delegates in attendance up
on this Lodge.
Cm motion, the Orand Lodge adjourned,
at 4 p. m., to meet at Manhattan on the
third Tucslay in October, 1871.
The following is a list of the appointed
omcers or the urand lxxlgc:
Rev. L. C. Biegs, Grand Worthy Chap
Iain, Hoi ton LodgCj No. Si; Grand Worthy
Inside Guard, Lizzie M. Underwood, -Life
Boat Lfrige, No. 155; Grand Worthy Sen
tinel, J. It. Powell, Samaritan Lodge, No.
80; Grand Worthy Messenger, J". J. I lines,
Myrtle Lodge, No. 89; Grand Worthy Dep
uty Marshal, Mary Kummel, Lawrence
Lodge, No. 31 ; Grand Worthy Assistant
Secretary, A. E. Hunt, Hope Lodge, No. 75.
ays; The American Ambulance cot ps has
been given to understand that is not wanted.
A despatch from Tours, dated the 21st, at
10 p.m., savs: The Papal Nanda has ar
rived. Keralry, also, has arrived front t
Madrid. Ilk mission their was to ask ma
terial aid, but, on advice of friends, he re
frained, and only asked leave to import arms
from Spain and the Spanish Colonics. This
was, however, refused.
The troops in camp at Tours arc to be re
viewed once a week.
The people of Chateau Neuf have refused
to answer repeated requisitions of detach
ments of the Prussians. It is understood the
Prussian commander sustains 'the action ofl
The Arc dc Triotnphc at Paris is now an
iron clad tort.
THE ntCSStAXS AT ORLEANS.
Toured Oct 22. It fa reported that the
Prussians, now occupying Orleans, are com
mitting such excewes that it fa believed they
leave nothing to the inhabitants. The Prus
sians hare been lately sending towards Paris
enormous quantities of cattle and sheep, and
large supplier of forage.
INSTATTCES OF EXTREME CRUEI.TT,
practiced on the Franc-tireurv, by the Prus
sian, arc related from all parts o'f the coun
try. Thfa only serves to render the latter
more desperate, and determined to take no
OVER THIRTY PRUSSIAN STIES, ,
arm-ted at different jiorts in France, were
brought here to-day
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NEW FALL DRY C.00BS.
Kansas City jaicrs arc howling
over the Times' exposure of their
cciimis frauds. They get up on their dignity
and say that the deputy marshals are all
high-toned gentlemen, sir and all that sort
of thing, sir. Well, we don't dispute that;
but it don't prevent them from having given
Kansas City credit for 17,000 people more
than she can produce.
We learn that on Monday night List,
aliout 12 o'clock, Mr. Casnell, of the law
firm of Gilpatrick & Cxswell, of Junction
City, was attacked by a party of Mexicans at
A lii line, while juubing along one of the
streets to a hotel, and cut and stabbed scvere-
lv. He now lies in a very critical condi
tion. He had stepped into a saloon a few
minutes before the assault and got a $50
note changed. We did not learn any further
particulars, and consequently do not know
whether he was robbed or not. So sas the
Mr. Joe Brua is prqaring for his annual
hunt, and informs us that the party will go
out .is icon as arrangemtnt-. arc completed.
How the d idLs, and hit kens' and quail will
sutler! Ami genial Joseph has offered ye
local a part of hi- tent and a scat at liiscamit
ing table. I5ut alas, it canot be thiikly. Wc
:ue aitupelled to decline the kind limitation,
with heartv irood wishes for the success of
the trip along the beautiful valley of the
Grashoiqier. May good luck attend them,
and may they return safely.
The Wyandotte Gazette tells the follow
ing make story:
A lady liing south of town, last Wednes
day went on a isit ton neighbor's aliout a
mile distant. She left her horse hitched
nearly three hours and then returned. Du
ring this latter journey, she felt something
inoxing in the saddle, but tlronglit nothing
of it and nude no examination until she
leached home, when a ratllesinke, two feet
long, was found to have crawled into the
padding and taken jnissession. The lady is
et nimh "orified" at her strange adventure,
V c.iiti, in P.iola wanU to double teams
with somebody, -and makes her wih known
through the uonuhns of the Miami County
Argun in this way:
A young lady, seventeen years of age, oc
cupying a good position in society, ora mild
pleasant disitnsition, cultivated manners, Ac,
iircferrin? this ndvel way of obtaining a hus
Imul, wi-lioto eorresjiond with some gen
tleimn much older titan herself, to tent the
the mndi-il fitncNi of the tortics to enter into
the state of matrimony. She simply lnqics
to find a dispti-iitiou similar to that of her
own, and a well educated mind. She does
not desire cither wealth or station in her fu
fure husband althnugh these would be no
inqiediniciit but he mu.t have a lucrative
business. As the siiKscrilier lias the most
honorable intentions, all communications ad
drcssed to hir, in answer to thLs"advcrtLse
uient, will be sacredly confidential. Address
U. N., IxhK Box 25, Paola Kansss.
Officers of the Grand Commandery of
Knight Templar, Stale of Kansas, elected at
the annual conclave, held at Atchison, Oct.
17th and 18th, 1870.
Wm. O. Gould, lit. Eminent Gr. Com
mander. John II. Brown, V. Eminent Dep'ty
John M. Price, Eminent Gr. Gcncral
isssimo. Thus. J. Anderson, Eminent Gr. Capt.
M. S. Adams, Eminent Gr. Prelate.
Christian Beck, Eminent Gr.. Trcsurcr.
E. L. Orr, Eminent Gr. Recorder.
Jacob D. Rush. Eiumineut Gr. Sen.
John A. Dliasc, Euiincnt Gr. Jun.
Orrin T. Welch, Eminent Gr. Standard
Richard 4.. Hayes, Eminent Gr. Sword
John T. Henderson, Eminent Gr.
The Grand Lodge at its recent session,
elected the following omcers: John II.
Brown, G. M.; John M. Price, I). G. M.;
G. W. Hogcboom, S. G. AV.; J. L. Phil
brick, J. G. W.; Christian Beck, G. T.; E.
T. Carr, G. S.
The following were appointed: W,' D.
W.Cox, G. C. W.; A. R. B mercrolt, S.
G. D.; W., J. R. Vandt, J. G. D.; W. W.
M. Matheny, G. L; W., John Guthrie, S.
G. S.; W., W. II. Andrews, J. G. S.; W.,
C. N. James, G. S. II.; W., J. K. Dow, G.
P.; Bro. F. Majors, G. T.
I the rnivsiAx RnquihTioN ox st. iutxTijr.
Lrtxr, Oct. 22. The Germans entered
St. tjuintin yesterday. They made a requi
sition for two million francs. The leading
citizens came here ami borrowed it from the
Communication with the armies by mil
road is interrupted.
The number of volunteers asked for by
Trochii 100,000 has been greatly ex
ceeded. UEsERTERS FROW JIETZ.
Berlin, Oct. 22. Deserters from Mctz
arc constantly arriving at Berlin.
THE FRENCH It EI NO SL'ITLIED WITH CAX
NOX. Loxdok, Oct. 22. Artillery fa being man
ufactured in great abundance. At present
the Jnissians have i cannon to cacti 1,000
men, while the French have but o. When
this inequality fa removed there will he more
fighting on a larger and more equal scale.
THE DEMANDJ3)R CHAKTf.U OAK, CIIAU i
I.ENGE and EVENING STAR. H..i lui I
irmvii srtWnMfVr1'lKni vn fim i.n..t .... v
nittMMit mapol the
In h few day I here will af-
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rurH ifie SwWanrr jf amithrr More Ktitiivirr, we IMIM paper SB eiNUOrSlIC
shall herraftfrtnofino nearlr llicrntirp fonvofour .
rn nUUixhiuetillothepnaluetion ( Ilia Mom'
aiaire ruuna ana liorw to nil all onltri
We would cal the attention f tlic almit pur-
rhaMne. to the SUCCESS anl I-Ol'l'I.MtlTV.all
of THEbE tSTOVt-S. So letter eTiiknrc nf tlH.tr i
lnlritufe merit can Us ofleied than astalemuit or
the tact aOcr 18 years tue aul ls.ins sulj-ct ti -e-TcreteU
in all all kltxU of !-caIitie-, aiul t thn '
niMtbtltcr ami drtrnniticd fp,ition that ronlil
tx inTCDlnl, tlat tlipy are. to-lay, Ilia MIKjT ltI'
ULAK STOVES in Iho nurl. t, ami liar.- clvrn '
Mich nnirrrstl Kati&rtiii THAT THE IEMANI
IS UUEATEK THAN EVER. ,
If yon want THE BEST COOKING STOVE 101!
WOOD, buy the CHAIITEP. OAK. I
If yon want THE BEhT O MIKING STOVE KOU '
COAL, luiy the CHALLENGE.
If tou want THE NEATEST A Nil IJUsT .IIEI.T
IKtIN r-t:lOi: bTUVi: enr ma-lc, buy ll.e '
EVENING STAR. "
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.
612 A. Oil X. Main St.
ST. I.OV1K, 3KK
IN GBEAT ABUNDANCE.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
We want you to know it. A iuerclilof thctlinerrnt inaU-rtaU i insntfi.-icnt to giro yon a prupecr
i'lt-a of ,
THE EXTENT, ELEGAN'CE .VXD EFFECT
Ofounliess gil- ibis wa.in. Come an-1 Ifk at Ibem, yon will find tlicm
Choice, Cheap ami Attractive.
WILSOX A KEITH.
THE LADIES WILL PIEM REMEMBER
Th.it wc contintic to lake onlcrs fir maLin; u
CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, DRESSES AND SUITS
Wc have fittc-t u 3 coiufortable nitu for tin pur-
Mars tik ladies.
READ THE FOLLOWING
A. Scmsuc, Kmj.:
Dearbir: IhateuM-l your Wheeler A. Wilson
Sewing Machine In my lamily for sixteen years
with perfect satklartion. During that time the
entire expense Jh tha exception of oil anl
needles, will not auonnt to 6ie itt.llarx. Jly entire
family are so proficient in its um: that my youngest
daughter, only eleven year of age, U as expert a
her mother. It is their universal voice, to kII tho
piano but keep the sewing machine.
, MAMSON MILLEK,
1 111 Ml f is!iiiiaMe an 1 satifi-tiry in innir.
Report of the Department of ARricnl-
JIj trio UiKappcnraucr.
Tlw Kansas City JTera of last ,TImr-lay
cctiitij giw an account of a niyMerioiis dis
JlilH'ranoe, as follows:
Yesterday the wife anil danslitcr of Mr.
El wood Carter, of Newport, Indiana, were
.it the Slate Line Houce,..iml in great grief
on account of the tuvhtcriuiH ditapjicarancc
of their htisland and father. -Tlicy arrived
here on the early morning train from St.
I.AiiiLi on theirway to Jlajctcr Springs.
They state that yotcrday niorningabout day
iireak, while near rieasiint Hill, Carter left
them in the ladies' coach to go into the bag
jnifrcrnr towakcttome inquiries -regnrdinc
their bngcage, atnl lias not miicc been heard
from. Tiiey are of the opinion that he cither
fell between the cars and van crushed to
death, or robbed while on the platform and
thrown overboard. They incline to the latter
bclicf.niorc strongly from the fact that Mr.
Cuter w ore a- fine gold watch and chain,
and had a considerable amount of money
upon his persun. The two Ladies remained
hero all xcsterd.iy awaiting tidings if the
uisniug man, but up to latent account none
had been rcceixed.
(irand EAdgvor I. . U. T.
The Grand Lodge of Kansas, I. O. (i. T.,
had the following pniceeiliiigs at Iiwrence
Ixxlgc oiieneil at 'J A. m. G.W. C. T.
Elliott in the chair. Minute of ki4 ration
read and approved.
On motion, seventy-five copies of each of
the Lawrence papers were ordered for the.
ii of the members.'
The following revolutions were adopted:
That the G. W. C T.amlG. V. Secre
tary "be" authorized 'to' secure the incorpora
tion of this Grain! Lodge.
That the G.--W. Secretary be. instructed to
secure the prinliagpof' seven hundred' and"
tifty copies of theproceedincn of this souon
of tho Graad' Lodge, .together with thccon-J
- That this Grand Lodge heartily approve
and recoHHweBd; as one of the ways of creat
ing ah interest in oar sabofJinate" lodges, the
dissemhsBtion of teaipcraace papers, tracts
aniiboukfs.iiBdin sneckl wnancr call attcn
tioh to the Wdeeme-Ouaif 'tenperxnee pa
)er pitblierjea at Leavenworth, Kansas; and
we urge tie MCBbersof our order throughout
the State id akfialts circulatiori. .
That while wadiwlaim all invidious dis
tinctions, we fed. Utttthe faithiul and effi
cient maimer with "which- our P. G. IF. C.
T., G. S, Evarts, has performe the duties.
ol iiisorncc, aemaaas more tnan a passing
notice; and wluJe we,regrct hw refusal to a
ccpt tho ouTccr-aBother term, we feel that
the Good -Tcmplara of the State of Kansas
have already been placed under sreatcr'obli-
rtionstohuu. fortlie.iclf-sacrihccs he has
maac in unr ueiuui, uuu tiiey can well xc
uav: andrthe oaken and members of this
Grand Lodge do' hereby tender to Brother
Evarts their grateful recognition of his faith
That the. thanks of .this Grand Lodge he
extended' to P.,,C.Kepreseatative Sister IL
L.nuaornviuatu efforts in behalf
ot the caaseor icamperance, -ana ner aevo
Iiob to the interests, or tue uratut lxtge.
That each subordinate lodge in this State
CliNFI.ICTINU KErXIKTS AHOCT IIAZAtNIi
'EW Yokk, Oct. 2'J. The Etrnlng Tele
jiam has London advices from Tours that
il.i7.ame had Hindu a Fueccssful Fortic fruiiL
Mctz, and was in rapid march, with' his
whole army, to Paris.
The Iknwerat, per contra, has advices
from Metz that the ltermhlic had liecn pro
claimed, and that IJazame, while endeavor
ing to check the liepublican manifestations,
had been shot.
OONFIKMATION OF BAZAINK'.S -VICTORY. '
Tours, Oct. 2 The following official
despite!! has just liecn rcceiveil from Neuf
Chateau, dated Friday the 14th: Marshal
Itazaine made a sortie witli 80,000 men,
chnishing the enemy, which consisted of
twenty-hix battalil.iH if infantry and two
regiment of cavalry. He also captured 193
wagons laden with stores and provisions of
Sicknes among the licMogers is constantly
The Prussian have liecn forced twice to
renew their army around Mctz.
Another desintrh from Neuf Chateau says:
The niege of Verdun has liecn interrupted
by the vigorous defence of the French. The
latter made several sorties and inundated
the environs of the town.
TIU: PRUSSIANS RErUL&E A SORTIE I1EFOIIE
Versailles, Oct. 21, u'rt Berlin 22. At
noon to-day a sortie was made by the French
from Fort Mont Valerfcn, supported Iry forty
field guns. They were victoriously repulsed
by detachments of the Ninth and Tenth
Divisions of Infantry, and a mriiuciit of the
Landwcher, suportcd toward the close of
the engagement liy Hie lourtli Corps, llic
Prunsians cajituretl 100 prLoners and two
guns. The German loss was Miiall.
The King wilncNsed the liattlc from the
Marlcy viaduct. The people of Versailles
were greatly alarmed.
the orriciAL r.EroRT or cArrcitEs made
ijut made' public: 01) officers, and 1,G33
rank and file surrendered, llesidra 128 guns
of all kind-, 70,000 bombs, 100 Ioils of gun
owder, and the military clicrf, conUiining
V2,000 francs, fell into the enemy's hands.
THE 1'RU.sbI.VN'S ARE MARCHING OX AMIENS.
London, Oct. 22 A despatch from
Amiens, to-Liv, announces that the Prus
sians are only three kilometers distant. Eve
cry preinration has been made to defend the
town. A siiecial train laden with munitions
passed through Amiens to-day, from Lille,
going to Koucn.
The Prussians are marching on Amiens in
two columns, one by Cratcuil, and the other
oy -uont LHxlier.
is cxiiectcd to leave Li lie to-day for, the
same place. He lias 0,000 men "under his
THE TRUsisIAXS ATTACKED THE TOWN OF
near liouen, cannonading it from the oppo
site t-idc of the river.
Correspondence from Paris, of the ISth,
announce that the French arc strongly forti
fied at a gap between Mont Valcricn and
St. Dennis, by earthworks, and expect soon
to make a strong oflensive movement.
WAR NEWS FROM TOURS.
Tours, Oct. 22 Chartres lias, been! sur
rounded by the Prussians, 20,000 strong,
with forty cannon. The Prefect of - the -Department
aati Mayor of the city arranged
with the Prussian commander that the rights
of the citizens shall be resDcctcd. The Prus
sians had blown up a bridge at Cloy, aril re-J
turned to camp at llcaugency.
The Papal Nuacio has removed to' this
city. He had difficulty is passing the Prus
sian lines at Paris, but finally rccived a per
mit from the commanding General.
The Contlitutionnd, to-day, announces that
Lord Lyons, Uic ilrkish Minister, made au
important communication to the Govern
ment here, lie wishes to aid Austria and
Italy to efiect an armistice, in order that the
elections of members of the Cont-titucnt As-,
serubly ruay proceed.- He elated that Rus
sia would act in the same direction., The
Government has not yet returned any formal
The journals of Lyons demand ,lhe imme
diate adoption" of vigorous defensive meas
ures. They say the Prussians seem to be
turning on Bcusancon and Athec, both sfronjr,
places, and may march on Lyons. The
forts and defences of the latter city arc ready,
but there is a lack of experienced runners.
L A, large umber oft hese have been ,nl for
ward irora loBksa tor Lymwj !
uambetta-has issued a decree I
that the new troops either iu camp or in
towns, are tn be reviewed, twice aweek;.
Other regulations touching discipline of the
armies in camps, are aleo prescribed. 'Offi
cers will not be permitted; during the con
tinuance of the "war to wear civilians dress.
ot more than 2,000 troops will be. allowed
to occupy any town. , .
AN ARMISTICE ENDED.
London. Oct. 22. The armistice at , Me
zieres ended yesterday, at 3 o'clock. ' The
bridge over tbefawe will be blows up ; to
day, but the bombardment will not be com
menced till to-morrow. More troofn and
munitions of war have becat' brought op.
TbeFreneh force within the -waikv of Me
zieresit computed at about 0,000 men.
' laTTBTaNT3IISCEriASCOCSnSltB. ' '
A correspondent of the Morning Standard
Washington, Oct. 21 The Department
of Agriculture has preinred a digest of the
reports upon the condition of the crops for
October, from which the following is, ex
tracted: The wheat crop of 1870, in a ma
jority of the States, and especially in those,
in which this cereal is prominent, is materi
ally less in quantity than the crop of 1869,
which n.is very largv, uuu, noiwiiiisianuing
the assertions of some croakers to the con
trary, the reduction is due, first to the loss of
pl.ints; by the unpropitious season for ger
mination and early growth of the winter va
riety, followed by an open and somewhat
variable winter; and second, to a drought,
which prevailed with great severity in the
Northern and Eastern States. This reduc
tion, as averaged from our local returns, atw
pcars to bo about 11 per cent. The average
iiualitv of the crop is better than that of
Tho corn crop of 17S0, unlike thoc of the
two years preceding, is full and the best of
the past ten years. The States of the great
corn region, including those bordering on the
great lakes, and on the Oliio ami Mississippi
Itivcrs, have, without exception, made rather
full or large crops. Intelligent men estimate
the total product at 2-50,000,000 bushels.
In Illinoi.s,tlic ncgivesa somewhat smaller
yield to that of lSti'J.
, Oats arc noi generally so productive as
last year, except in the South.
In Michigan and New Jersey, the aggre
gate product ot barley appears less than in
, The onlv States yielding full crop; of
onckwheat, arc Tennesoec, Kentucky Mis
souri, Illinois, Iown, Minnesota, Kansas and
Nebraska. The aggregatejs lcs.s than usual.
Reports about beans and peas indicate
average production in quantity and quality.
The poa crop, which is one of great impor
tance to the South, has occupied larger
acreage tlian formerly. In North Carolina,
Georgia, and Tennessee it has been somewhat
neglected. In other cotton States, the pota
toes exhibit considerable reduction in the
yields, which Is below an average in all the
Atlantic States, to A'irginia, inclusive, and
in all the Western States, north or the Ohio
Kivcr, tho depreciation ranging from 15 to
4 1 tier cent.
The Mycet jiotatoe crop Is couiparativcly a
large onc while the average of sorghum is
not very large the crop is one of superior
condition and promises a yield of syrup of
fine quality. Thcro,is comparatively a large
surplus of old w heat in Tennessee, Missouri,
Iow.1, Kansas, and 'Nebraska, and as much
as UMial in Ohio, Indiana, and .Kentucky.
In the smaller States there is no evidence of
any largo surplus to add materially to the
supplies of the year.
Tho supply of fattening cattle i somen hat
in excess of former year-, with great local
J AND ALL
LIVE STOVE DEALERS.
E . V A K N" K Y .
IiCitvcu worth,..- Iiaiis;is.
A IV I
NEW MATERIALS FOR FALL WRAPPINGS.
Is now ctinipMelii
SU.K-VELTETS, IIFAVER, CMXCIIILLA, ASTIiAKAX, CC.
READY HADE CLOAKS,
SLQTTZSS -a.lNn XJIT .A. TiA BrXOZ3
A Jfagiiilk'Oiit tot or Winter Khan In iu
BR0CHE, MARINO, PLAID, PLAIN GRAY, &C.
WULMKK fc KEITH.
X. 1. tVcarcrtt.iitiii;
Now Goods Kvcrv Few" Davs.
1099 aakwx bp
A. SUMNER CO.,
BT. LOUIS SAW WOKKS.
TUB XAXY TIIOUS.M3 WHO C-iK
Xiazarus tXs Morris'
SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES
. runouiicc tlicm ( lc the mint
lCniI;i.v, HlMtitiuK the C'oih
INiny's A'cnly CoiiMlriiclcd St.
KTtlKiPmMralortlir I'nited Nlatcn.
Wherea, It liehfHives a jleople, scnsihlc
oftheirdeiendcnceon the Almighty, puh
licly ami collet lively, to atknowledcc their
pni tit tide for h;s uvors ami merca- and
humbly to licfctch for their continuance;
Wiiekkao, The people of the Uniteil
States, during the vcar about to end, have
special tauc to, be thankful forgcneral jiros
ierity, almmlant harvcit, exemption from
jicstiiencc, foreign war, -and civil iftrife; now,
thcrefon1.! "' t
Be it known, that I, U. .S. Grant, Presi
dent of the United States, concurring in many
similar recommendation'' from the chief mag
istrates of States, do hereby recommend to all
citizens to meet in their places of wor-hip on
Thttmlay, the iMst iliy of November text,
there to give thanks for the Iwunty of tiod,
during the year about to close and suppli
cate for its continuance hereafter.
In w itness w hereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the seal of the United
States to be affixed.
Rone at the city of Washington this 21st
day of Oct. in the year of our Lord 1870,
and of the .Independence of the United States
(Signed) , U.S. Grant,
Hamilton Fisu, Sec'y of State.
rLT.riccr, ru:.iiA;;TAi:i:i.r.uANT(;ivscKs .
JMhii Joints ruilh trains to
The larpo .iml iicreviiis iiiiu-iin! f .r llf.i.i i-, a tttlillt't' ailtl llamtilral.
!urc5igtnif tlirirMicrloritv. ( ' .
All lliitPcirnreh:HHi-'.lTrsI .in,! Art i-'rfctlcl ,
isrmlHliil,in'tlivwlK.'utiluU(u.rl , ltilliii-ni il. )UI.ii.n-
Tlicy STBKM.TUKN a.i.l rtuLBii. tit. j-iliit, HIIIU.IU f 1 aiaCU KICCpillK
are rosy jiml Aoa.vuit to vcar, ami Ivl in my r.tn '
without eham;r. t, - ... w
Car arc run from St. Lotus
XX. s T. X3ooIe.c1xu ii,
V"atcIiiiialcr, Jewelers aifl Oj'tii i uk, XA ILltware
stmt, are xi!e agents fur
Leavenworth, Kansas, 1
frimi whom uulj- can tiiey lie oliUiiinl.
LAZARUS & MORRIS,
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS.
RRASCH, IIKOOKES A CO
WHEELER A WILSON
000.000 NOW IN USE.
EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
and lniiicy to ('lcelanl antl
! Xctv York Million! change.
t'oiititmoiirai!aul . i
soio ox L4MG run:.
B BRANCHfCR00KES 8tC0.ar
Tl -- !
Ol all (lie Dowripdons now uscil in the Uniteil States.
Tru-r Miivs Inrc 1xii iiiiniif.ttiirnl jml In ii since 1S1I. Tiiey an- warnnl'-l tliel-t Itntrteil
Tu-jtii bawi nude, .ire uscil ixclusnilt on the I"a'.!lic Cu-t ami sippruTt! liy mill iiilii vlirrLerkiion.
SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY,
Tiiii toarAjiv Ai.Kj.uw oYvr. i:. :ui. ,! , '
IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCIIASERS,
ThOIeliateil l.li nf Uiii'l Liioxii hi tin-
l'artienlar attention is paitl
f '? P P
JOY TO TUE
A REMEDY FOUND AT LAST!
IT WILL CURE YOUR CIUIH!
IT WILT, r REVEST & CVRE COXSCMCTJOX.
That Coasb, wMcb you are neglecting, nay
resmrt In fatal CesauBpUon, If aome
prompt Remedy U not used. Wny
sacrifice yonr life when your Dis
ease can be cured so quick, .
,-,.,, :aa at so smalls, cost l ,.
Wial it the Valmc a Moiuy, Wkn compved to
- ' - si I
JLUcit'j. Lung BalHam,
' - '. rfl -Isvamntcd
to D.rwik up the nMt trotikleMM
Coush ,in ian iocirdihljt short time. TberQ i no
remedy that can (how more erideaceor real rnerit
than this BALSAM, for mrinj Cosstwrnox,'
Coocns, Cbus, Am, Caoc, At. i '"
. It iiculr about aereo ran lnn ihr-tUtaix wrnn
tint offend to the public;, and in this bhort tiiue it.
n oerome Known ana snircnaied in necrlf CTcry
wmm iiucinimiaonut VMiieareouana
the Dominion of CanirU IiandroU of tbousaads
of bottles arc annually .sold, and thousands of wiU
wwes testify to f la unequalled power in bealldg the
diseases that it is recommended for. , ''
lr is HaaatLrss to the most Dehcau Chilm
'This H oncorilMliiii'st Ir.uf.i.t
' i '
XjArnxcleS'-i.xa.t AxnaiaaN! ,
llarlti the"l!hST 1 IK WATKl t an 1 a i-irti..tii-t-creil
' Tlier liii W hr' iwnr oKcrtl Pir mIi- fir the tint
time, on easy tirm, betii); u hk i u:s' iimk
with l.NTKeLsT.Arl-rnii.KNTri i: asm m, asf!
lows;a At Uiih t tbe Minh.t(. vtiMfiHli i-isli, i it!i
Interest n IrfTnsl .tjiiictit for one nr.
JSinl year mi rsirairnt niuinsl. etivpt inlpreM j
(yr one ytur Ka.h ear lh.r;tl-r -n. (ill It nl
iritirlal, ti;'tlnr villi lnkrtM t rrm unuiile-'
"l-or particulars apt1!)' to or nlilnsa
I. I.. I. IKI.V,
Land Commissioner A. T. ft S. F. R. K. Co.
. TOPEKA. KANSAS."
" s : r f
; , ii i
, (100,000 -A.OX1L33JS
KAUNAS T.AM lOIC SAI.IC.
TIIFE LAKHS WKliE SKI.I.m:i IV s.v,
and are inwn: Hie lie;i m tbn Mile. T!io lie
in twenty different couqtic, .cTeiilecu nf which
oftratelerM, and it in the aim
of the Manager of the Creat
' i. ' t-t , i?.if ti .itt t.r
a1ah Itontc to malic it the
FOR SALU AT OUR WAREHOUSES,
214 Lake street,
116 and US Vine street,
St. Louis, Mo.
76 Carondelet street,
Hew Orleans, La.
MUSI t'A I. I XSTKUM EXTS.
rlnin I'nn i in Hi;
i hi: nir ji;.i.irY or toni: k
mirLl. It ir.ix innnlsl 111
rithMIIIM OVi:i: "Mi Iiiwiv . riiirkeriii;.'"
ani otliTsnt a l.t i Mil hi iti;iai..i1 I'airof Anu'ri
(.ili lntittilc in V.-w York. All nre 7'a fMaii.
aii'l narranl'sl fir.i 1 1 T- lime.
BaKSBsaBJaaBaaBaT ' ami ft at D C..BB3BkBaaMMaaB
vTaClIF aaal, IB aaaaCaCaflaBlianQ
PARLOR GEM PIANO,
MMtlv ntiish'sj, an! ins lb
'I In rnno m it4.i'!itl t
I'tilt 7 Oitm-, fie
l-ehe to Ii" I lie lM tr tlm pru lit 1 1". Mmier
ine-t"l in Itic (nut n li"ttT Hull 2i) iriuit.
I itiluifst. w.iir,intiI fir n.ejt-ir.
The Estey Cottage
New Haven Temple Organs
Art-1 tii-m.i mil nl Itis-1 tii'lriinirinsnf ilieasi. ron
t ilniii ; '!in l'ilc-it lliniimiic Attn hmrtit, Minu-I
.sub R.ss Kiirt-MttSI, Onrm IHIoirs, Kits! I'-mnl,
.lulnliute and Vn lliiuiaui Tnni-iL- alt irar-
nnteil. rimrilies, Teaelieraml Clercemcn Iils-r
ally ilrnll witli. Ao'iits nantnl
itrfulars. Trues s.0 to $TSI.
tiif. ti ; a luiefinnii mill ntiiis, rli..
A. .1. Vir.l.K, i.-itifral Aretit.
-V Niirtlt Mitli fetrett, M. UitiN, M.
TbLs is the ruift tlinniusli Mil ptirifii r jet ili
fnvernl, anil enrrsall liuiiiurs fpmi Ihc worst srmf
nli lo a cftmmon Kniption. l'linrilcs ami Klotrhea cm
the tit, ami valy or mush fciu, Uiihareiirh
annnylns IilcruiMics to matir joiing jutkoiis, yield
lit luetic oraliw Ixilllrsifi una wonilertiii liifiu-
rine. l'rnin nne t't cfcht lmttles ritre Silt Kheinn,
Krylflaf rralit Ilcail, KlnR Worm", liil, cal
Kriiptionsif the Skin, frervfuli Sire?, l'Ifr and
"Ciiikor" in th" Slmttb and Mmnaili It is a
puru imiliiiiul extract of natie rO"l" at"1 iilant",
coiiiliiiiin in hirmnnr Vature' int suven-Un
rriratuepnipfrttes, which (.; h.ts imtillri into
llm vp? iMc linploin fur lif?liDS llic siit. It h a
cre.it ri-tirer fr the trentli anil vturnrtlifSTi,
tua. Tini wliltarelaoiit, ltplev, have ner
Tniwappreheniinsnrfi'ar', oranr of tlif aflcitlnnn
winptontatieof weatnesn, will finilcniiviiiciiiscxi
ileiiee nf its restorjlhe irer upnn trint. Ifvnit
Pt I'ttill. ilnnur, dibilitatnl ami drniiTrntt line
frpUfiii IIi-.uliIie, mouth tales Itailly in tin
miiriiui. IrrfSiilarapjif titf and tiiiiEiiffiutfd, Ton
areMiilennsfniiiiTtrtid Liver or "ltilioutiwsi."
Iu tinny ra,s"if Litir C'ompI lint" only a urt
of tliff lyniptum are fXRrierifeil. Asa reimslr
tor all m"li ra.--, lr. IVriii's (JoMcn ilnliril H.s
(overv Ii i ntteipnl as it (Mil Is iifrfiet run, leav-
juiS the lirer 'n"tiirtlieneil and hwliliy. I'or the
' i tire iff llaluliiil rnu-iipitinn of the KtwiNit ia
'never fiilmreinislr. ami llifiewht harr ui it
(iilfi.r n"nl furl fur llns purimse are loud in Its praise. In I!nin-
V i!iI or-Mii. Iiiil, Throat ami I.un If.ieaM1. it his prmliitts
. ' I...I.. ..V .11- . t .t .
iinnir Irulv ri markaMn rures. wtiero ollifr mnli-
iir.es hae tiiliit. Nld liy ilrrnqruts at Si. (m tier
bottle. PreireiTat thf Chemical Laliratory of
IL V. VIUIHJC, M. 1., Kultitit, N.. Y.
to all 'Kant era
Most of them jre near TOWXS, or Ithin N ttli--nient.
Considering the iiualitv and location, Iber
are the ' '
Cheapest Lands for Sale iu the State.
raicE From Five to Ten Dollars per "?"
For particular, addrou ' T. If. WAMCKi:,
maiMAw98 Titiwta Kansas.
cilics. This ean only be done
y Rivins ' paciiKerM the
,iiiiootlieM track, the let ears,
lea.t ehans;c and quicker time.
Thoe wc offer.
xo. ci elaw4i:e strkkt,
tveailrrth City, Kanii. ,
I r ne only cxclusire School Fnrnihu!s llnuu. In t
t lh SUte.-w
IT COHTABTS HO OPHTM HT AKT FpfeJI I
It Is Sol by Medldme Dealers Generally 1
C AU T 1 0 1ST .
Call for ".ALLEN'S LUNG BAI&.VM," and
nn the nv? of any other rulim. as unprincipled
men asay deeeiTC you with their own wurthlea
CALLPOm AIJjarSLUNG BALSAM
J. K. HAMUg k. CO., PiotuwUHaC
ron salt: jst ' T
CEO. A. F.DIV,JL
FULLER, FINCH A FULLER...
St. Joneph. i,
-St. Loula.' .
f t l
' aaa-- Bh j. girt" isr. it
If -It . .'"fcjl 1
V( I ' .
r f ml
lHiIonu atot'irc willnliofr, luit lin Itii r i
iiitiK-tl in llic Inituitut of Vtm n.il s ital ami)
Private di-e-.i-is than any other pliysitian inM.
Syphilis, 'Jiuiiirrlioi, Cleet, Slrliturr, Orchitis
Ileniii ami Kiipturi-s: all Frinary Diya-- ami
.Syphilitic c r Jknurial affoctiorM of the Thniat,
tkiu or Imiss are treated with unparalHisI ures.
biernntorrbea, sual Debility ami IniimttiHr,
as the re?u!t if solf-alm-e in youth, m ua rows
in maturer year", or other cauf, ami frliirh pro
ijucc Home of llic following eflirt, as nocturnal
emi'sion, hlotthe, debility, dzini-s of -iM,
confusion of hleas, evil lortxjinp-, aicnion to the
wcietyoffnnalt, fcns of memory and exual rnwer.
Dr. Clark's London Remedies
"I'Oll SPECIAL COMI'LAINTS."
1I CURKS IXVICORATOi:
plifsntrencth to theasoilanil debilitatetl; il iepc
cully ilejtsneil firyounsnienwhuluvcwatri their
vipir by excesses uf every Liml, ami lerous wlKt-f
yteris have lieeome weat by inipnilen-e, are
ci'iiuplctely restored liy its use. Price One Dollar.
Pit. CL-VRK'S PURIFIER
cleanwsj the Mood from all lniuntiei; ucli a.
Nrufula, byphillis, Mercurial Rheumati'iii, Hu
mors of every fort, CadBreath, Oflensive Perspira
tion, Foul Feet, Catarrh. Iicharse from the Ear,
SireEve.. Sircthnial, Falling oftbe Hair. Ulcers.
IPBLn?HETJ, MANUFA'CTURER, A. WHOLE
ftekoel BookM and Stationery.
-irtt .1 1! 7r
Cuyol's ATllitchell'f bwl Mai. Oinot's Ov?"
'paphles." tHifbf School and Orh.e. rnnnture,
abdes, -Tablets, Charts, Philojophical Apparatus ol
all kinds. (, , , t-,, ,
TRAPPIN& PAPEB, BAGS, &c,
- 11 B
.r rml i
W. LtTiLVLCOLM, '
. i-f I Ii. ,ri .. .
- fJIrV If' ,' idf
- -1 , ..-
. " ii . , ii
i it'll i f " it t
fflj i t firli Hi S
. .iV ii - ii-'
i r- s.!t .; ((jt.-jPos.ciujcJ'lAyO'l, 'Tcltdo.
. JJ v-jv - JO! ufitf 1 411. r -i- . .
i '. .' - SfJ;; - ...;
re -I'M "! !.' rj .L .
"rt -rws .r.niifT,'iii m) -.,!, ,j:n rt-
I .11 .r.'..
i ipt tv4 --ii ft zntlrvm,. ;iJi-"5-i . .
If. S i
-.Crtcxrr CtinKOi-iRi. 1
CIEALED PROPOSAI.4 WILL RE RECEIVED t
kjat thuxoilrrciuntil U o clock iu.,
. f i
, MeadayNbTemLtjr 7tli, 1870,
For tbe bniMra" of BrMif. im tho MinliAiml
Bd orer Nine Mi t 'Creek on the rail fWi Roal
ucai now, juarcoruancr wiiu pUIM ami 'it-cltica-UonaofP.y.
Eacil 'Bid' BausttM.BfrnmiKuitAl wilt, li.t.1 vltl.
0od awL MsCeicat auretir- In iho uni if S3W. i
mrntltioaed that M the work J awarded, a eon- I
tract In"accoTdane thennth will t iUki n.i I
eojJjihdM within ten day thiafier. t
- i . "witiair t ouiniL-Hiners rr3erreHte
nsuwxejen any arm an iiia.
X . Countv ClerJr,
By CUiSl.TT. Cciaau, Deputy. w.t2Wiwtd
i I'tnr, t;.;.j ,ixS trnn f ,
i ' i ft :t-"i!ih if .--i
J , s Ti j i l v. . t
H't-i'H IW-irfAgounKoAh, Kits.
it j ' 1r" ' '
'Hit ' I Jj ..i . ir'
- fl. -l! , i
' .rrr'ir j '-r
ii - .fie v "
f" Xft;tr m
i He t.' f-
. i- IlL'
U I IT.
-'i- fil " .
Suptrnnfeadenf, St. Lonh
The Doctor's opportunities In hopltal and privite;
praciwe are unurpasii m si. juisorany oiner
city. Rack file of St. Louis' papfrs p-nve that lie
has liecn located tiif re lenser ny yean tnan any
other xu ailrerti!n. The establishment, Iibrarr,
lal.tratory andappnintuientsaro uniinltcl in t!i
West, tiEurpas.fd anywhere. Ace, fith eaperi
ence, can la relied uimn, and the Dmivr ean leffr
toiuauy hysiiians thntushnut the country. In
past success and present iwfition be"tanJs without
The Writincsof a Phypician wliosf reputation is
Union-wule should tic worth rcadm:.
Dr. Whittier putilihes a jrelinl Pamphht nlat
Ing to TOiornl ilivns ami the ilisa-trous and
Taneil eoneouencc of solf abttp. tint will ! sent
to any aildrcMi In s sealed envelope for two t?mi.
It coiitaius fun symptom !!f.s that will rnarilc
plaints and plvo a written Ut-ment of their s.ft
that will answer almost, as well fur tbepur)i4-:of
treatment as a i"rsnnil Interview, but where it i
convenient the Iiivtor shouM In? consulted jrrson-
It is self cviilcnt that a phwician w lit confines
himclfexclu;iv(ly to the study of aeemin etx.nf
diseases and treats thonnds'of ea. every day,
must acnuirc greater skill in thatrriallT tlianoue
in Renenl praittctv Jinny phyricians recogniiini:
i ins iari,jniniurcpancnLsioinf uoeioraiierrvaii-
ins his pamphli-t. Oiminunieallfns eoniiilential.
FA fnen'lly talk will eont tou nothiis. OBicecfn
tral. ytt rctirel No. 17 St. Charles street. St.
Louis '1. Hours 3 A. M. to 7 P. Sf. Sundays
rrico One Dollar.
rel'eves Pain of every description; Ileadarhe, Ear
ache. Toothache. ?toraaehaclia Backache, Pains in
the Itrfist and l.imln. It is an invaluable reinisty
in all NervoiiK Disonlers, and no family rliouM I si
without it. Price One Dollar.
DR. CLARK'S ELIXIR
I a certtin cure (trail weakness of the ficnito Fri
nary Oria, and discbaiea of a mnco-ptirulent
iMlurc, Lcucorrhoea, Gonorrhoea, intrrniator-rl.'K-a,
and geminal Weakness, arc rpetilily curvl
by it tjsc. Price One Dollar.
DR. CLARK'S REGULATOR,
fir fnnalcs orlr. I. niarantecl tn cerrect all i.xial
irrCTilantiHsaDdJtnVuItlesof Snjle I-tIw-s. itar
riol La'lies are WntwintsI not to use It when In a
certain cnutlitUra, as itaelfects woull I!toiiw
erfil. Price One Dollar.
AH these edebratrd remeilies are prepared from
Kind Extracts under Dr. Clark's immediate super
vision ami are warranted fn-h and pure. AH af
flicle.1 pfroni should sf nd a carefully written state
ment of their ailaients to Dr. Clark, and tho rroir
n-mi-.lv will be sent promptly to their aildresi. Dr.
Lt-iVESvroirrii, Easts y,
AtisusS 1. 1671. f
T' HE UNDEESKfNED HAVE BECOME A&sO
CIATtD as General Agent of the
Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Hartford
Slofts Taos, Arlrnvnv, cbrudit, nud the
Territorial tf Colorado, Wyoming, 3km-
lamt, Dalnfa, Jda7, Utah, Arizona
nrA Xao Mexico.
Abo Agents fur the btatc of
TC tt sx et,a, m . '
Agents, roI'ey-hoMers, and others, within Hie
alwve named limits, deirin;: to communicate with
the Company, will please address HorKissA Uiu
IIA, 75 Delaware-!., Leavenworth, Kansas.
We take this occasion 10 call your attention to the
following statement: Co. Incorporated 1SW. As
sets over $39,000,CflO. Cash Loaned In the Wet,
Officers Hon. James Coo-lain. President; Z.
Preston Vice Prcidenl; V. 8. Oliustead, Kt'Y:
E. B. Wattinsoo, 2J Vice Presiilent; Cl. J. I
tlrecn, Asst Sec'y: E. W. Rsrant, Actuary.
O. J. IIOPKIN.-N Lr-renworth, tan.
J. U. CCAlIAal, late of tho OVwral
seplSdiwliS Agency t. Louis, Mo.
Clnrl ranlifconsolteil personally at his otfice, and
will furaidi all the neeewary acfonim'flalions to
patients who place thcmaclve nnder his care- All
litters aiMri DK. J. CL.RK,
New Vork City, OfiScel27i, BroailwaT'.
MANHOOD ! WOMANHOOD !
EXPL.lNINO WHO MAY, AND WHO
ouaht not to marry. . Excessive Kxual excite-ment-ITS
CAUSES?, with neeilful advice. AU
that Is worth knowing about PREVENTION- AIv,
whr many of hot sexes nave PIMPLES on the
fare, dc; and giving rafficient reasons why one
half of the females, in this land of ours are PRE
MATURELY INFIRM. If my suj-jestlons were
followed by a, death by CONSUMPTION would
decrease one-half in a tingle generation. aXVNo
father of a farafly ean aflbrd to lie without the, in
formation: SssfNja Touns Bian but tmjht tn read
'jraBhood." r0i younjt lady but ought t
read ' Womanhood. " They are liound separate! y
and sent prepaid, by mail, SECURE FROS1 OB
ERVAT10N, at 15 cents each, or both together
for 3 cents.
CLAKK WHTTTnat, M. D.,
617 St. Cnarlc3 street, St. Louis,
Who lias given a lifdons srcial attention to the
treatment of all eases relating to the above, requir
ing medical interference, awl has been LONliER
LOCATED IN ST. LOUIS tlian anr other Chronic
Diseae Physician. Iad his works and judge fur
yourselves. OEee nours 9 e. m. to 1 p. m. ; 2 to
; and 7 la tip, tn. octil.tw
VTil. r. BQCLAXD
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OF I.FtYE WORTH,
Rays and Sells Government Bonds, ami does a gca-
;crai Damans uusincia
SHOULD . fiAVE ONE.
Aflcr itcr 11 years cxierieni't 11 ran
reparril to fni-rush a hctler Miitliino
for the Purpose of Tawilj seniti? tli.iti
The Halitics wliich recouiiiiriiil this
l.t. Dnrabilify. It will last longer
than ubt other marhiite.
il. Ecouoiny or tlireail.
:tl. 8iiuilieity ami thoroughness of
4th. It has no shitllle ami tiiakc the
."tu. lteauty antl .ccllcitcc of stitch,
alike on both sides or the fabric m-hiiI.
tth. Strength, firmness ami ftnr.shil
ity of seam that will not ravel.
7th. Its nhlc range of atiilicatim to
Itnrposc!, and material.
t. Contiactncss and elegance of model
Jfth. Speed and ease of operation ami
management, and quietness or 11101 e
ment. 10th. It has fifteen pieces lev, Uuu
anj shuttle machine, tabic included.
11th. It has fewer pieces exposed V
wear than any ether Lock Stitch .Ma
chine. 1-th. It is the most simple in con
struction, and easiest adapted to tlilTcr-
cnt kinds of work; It ran be changed
from coarse to line, or from Hnc iiork
to coarse, where a change of needle,
thread, length of stitch and tension are
required, in less time than any oilier
It is; docncdly tho
most ioiLx.tit jialiiim:
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR.
need 111: n itiioi r a
UK Al.i: ALKi I'Kl.t'ARt l Id MIKM9H
Organs & Pianos.
All lu'i.iiran; is'ie-I front lli-
6f. LOIJIsOl HUH,
An 1 1'ic uaiuo
Is nscl as a tnt1c ihiiL tin all g.sls toM.
Citalocies with full f riition of all Iho Mj !,
of. MACHINE. ORCANMand PIAN'OS, .ml it-
ail vu arihc4tibii.
Distant i-firehasers ean f nd onlTS Iir mail att r
cousuItinlheCatalvsu, and Ik suro sf rctfiviu;
prectsftj' what they onler.
Tboc who patronize us may l aasured that w
TAKE GOOD CARE
Of every M-tehiue or Intrnmenl txdl hy ua.
IVc offer our sooda at irkts
Within the reach of all, aiid
on better terms than any
other reliable House.
SEND FOB CIKCULAES.
SEND FOK CIKCULAKS.
OFFICE as SAIiE ROOMS.
413 X. Fiftk Street,
Oflrc 1 Delaware Street