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rl JNfcdQft 0im8 stop-. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1S70. iiifX !. , ! Co. Messrs- MA1OTSTALE, TuCKEtt & - karc cstablwBcd a bank in Eureka," "Butler (. 'Cutu-ty. They are gentlemen, of extensive cicXpcricnco, ami will "do a thriving business. !'" ChariA. Wjugiit, of Barrett's Mill., Marshall County, is a candidate,- for Docket Clerk of the Senate. Mr. Wrighis a Xo. '1 cle. and riclily 'deserves the' position. , The next, term of the (Jriunjial Court ji 7 commence on the first Monday in Xpccia- ber.' If there are not too many; contested " elections, and no votes' to'heTreconntcd, Uie docket will be small. ' '" -'I TrfE new lVestiyterian Church on Dela ware htrcet is being rapidly brought to cotn- '"'pletion by a large number of workmen. It Trifladd' greatly to the" appearance of ' that part of the city. ",' - Orders for Leavenworth-" coal arc so nn "'' tncrous that l( requires all the delivery facil ities to supply the demand. Our jieoplc are (.Mowing a commendable inclination to lt- nmizc home institutions, fetovc dealers In . form m tliat they sell very few wood stoves this season. Mb. Jons W. IJiio.viJDU5 brought "to this market, a day or two. ago, thirty hog-!, 'averaging 308 pounds each, net. They were ' of the Poland China breed, of which Mr. 35. is" an extensive raiser. Pen-ons in want of . good stock should go to him. No man in the ctuntf ha done more towards iniprov the stock in this vicinity. A Younc lady and gentleman, said to hail : from the western jiart of tliLi county, took the train here for Kan5? City jtsstenlay, and Madam Humor has it that they were eloper , from dtsigreeihle "jiaricnLs," who didn't Kinetion a certain little bargain the unhappy children hail made, and which they fly to consummate. CSisr. Ccster has arrived from the Wot with the detachment of the Seventh Cavalry which wc have before announced as eii route for Fort Leavenworth The. gallant General. and his dashing boys are warmly .welcomed to comfortable quarters after the arduous du ties of their summer campaign. The .Seventh may Ik: numbered among the most dangerous enemies the savuges have. A monk the gocxl men elected to the Leg islature from our county is Thomas P. Fen Ion, a Democr.it. Many Republicans voted for him, and have the fullest coniitler.ce in .Ilis integrity and ability. If our Mr. Kel logg had been elected to the House, instead of the Senate, wc think he would have made 'Fcnlon Chairman of the Judiciary Commit tee. As it standi, the Ilcpuhlicaus lme nineteen-twentieth-; of the 11(111-0. Rut wc doubt whether there will beany man more person ally xipular or belter infoniKtl mi questions ofI.t than the man whom the Democrats of the Fourth Ward have forced upon u- Thomas P. Fcnlon. V. S. CI rr tilt Court J:irif". The following names have been drawn an grand jurors for the U. S. Circuit Court which meets in Topcka on thc-Stli in-t: Charles Moses, Leavenworth County; Jo-hua Wheeler, Atchison; J. 15. Fiinio, Leavenworth ; T. 1$. Mills, Shawnee; John Weir, Leavenworth; Frank Love, Marshal; Samuel Iteed, Waliaun-ce; J. W. lro.ul dus, Leavenworth; 1. F. KislliT, Shawnee; A. I), Krown, Cotley; A. W. Slater, -Cuiua-ha; S. M. Wingcll, JKmgLis; A. Krown and Jonathan Night, IxMVciiworth: John Mur phy, Shawnee; Isaac 1 lines, Anderson; II. F. Haesiman, Ellsworth; C. II. linic1, Wa-h-iugtou; John F. Cov, Cofl'ey; 1. It. Wag stall", Salina; Jamts Rice, Leavenworth; John Morris, leaven worth; Pardee llutler, Atchison. The following names have Iiecn'drawn as etil jurors: W.'ll. Dana, Leaven worth; X. Venatti, Republic; Charles Diiiicm, Douglas; Xel on Merchant, Franklin; W. Taylor, Riley; J. F.Jtabbitt, Krown; It. Jenness, tKigc; Frank Danforth, CrawfonI; John Xcvins, Cherokee; John F. Gibson, Lyon; J. It. Mead, Sedgwick; Henry Rhodes, JoIhimui; A. D. Morehcid, Ijcavcnwurth; W. II. Kil ling, Marion: IVrry Camplcll, Shawnee; Win. Itond, Montgomery; A. Moore, Linn; O.S. Collin, Allen; Net. Avers, Linn; Jo seph ltobinson and Jamc-. Wcatliy Le-aven-worthDavid Ander-on, Pottawatainie; It. W. Wright, Morri. Ha Halo Xtolc aiiil N inn It 1'ov. Omen or lu-i:ri.i: A fneic, , I.EVEwoirrn, Kas., Nov. 11, 17. j ' Tn the Hlitor of Ih'r Timet: Wc have noticed within the pa-t three months, several prominent articles on the subject of small-pox and buftalo robes. We feel it a duly we owe to the parties who have 1 purchased our robes, to make the following statement of facts: Wc have collected seven eights of all the rolics oflercd for sale this year. We employ, in collecting these roltcs, over one hundred men; in no instance has there been a case of small-pox among them. These men collected and handled them. Our i boats brought them to this city. Here they were opened, whirqtcd out, graded, rclialctl and shipped by rail to New York, and no person among all tho-e who have come in contact with them, tixk tiic small pox. Certainly if there was any contagion in them it must have Ik oime apparent in some case among all these. Now, as to the Indians from whom we re ceived thcinj" wc are not aware of a ca.--e of small pox among them all. Our men tra ded with them in per-on, mixed and min gled with the Indians, and from their i-tate-ments wc are willing to qualify to the fact that we had no robes in any way affected by contagion. In the far north, next to the British possessions, there were some cases of smallpox among the Indians hut all the robes collected from there were stopped at Fort Benton by direction of the Hon. Secre tary of Wai, where they now are, notwith 'standing the various statements to the con trary. We sold our entire collection of Buffalo robes to Messrs. Samuel Shcthar & Co. New Yorkj and wc positively assert that there are none affected by contagion of any kind. All this hue and cry about smalljxix robes has no foundation in facts. Some bu sy bodies, ever ready to manufacture news to order upon the slightest pretext, started the alarm cry, which, rapidly spreading, gath cred as it went, until verily the molehill is a "" mountain. Dorfee & Peck. i Barfea Coanty. Hon. Win. II. Green is elected without opposition, from the Fifteen District. Mr. Green has Jiad two years experience in the House, and will be a useful and influential member. j-Hon. C W. Libby is re-elected from the . Fifty-first District by thirteen .majority, over Rev. M. Alsop, liogus-liepublican. Mr. Libby was in the House last winter, and he bad previously served two sessions in the .Minnesota Legislature. He Is an able man, and will occpy a prominent position In the Fifty-second, District wc learn that C. S. Steele is elected oyer his indetcndcnt , competitor. Wc are rejoiced at his success. .Mr. Steele is a new man, but will ably rep resent his district. 4 In the Fiftv-tliird District, in the, person of Judge Webb, wc have a man who has had more legislative experience than any other in Southern Kansas; and, indeed, but few men in the State are as familiar with the science of legislation as he is. He served in the Wisconsin Legislature one session as Chief Clerk, and six sessions as a member, . aad he represented the Fort Scott District last winter in the Kansas Legislature. He is a lawyer of large experience; has been twice chirman of the Judiciary CfJtnniittcc, aad bo doubt, will take the front rank in the Howe next winter. ' !j;i All our members elect are Republicans, aad Bourbon County may well be proud of them. :-Monitor. . A Tcwinme Senator IZIr-rt Killed Mmrnk laMcn .Shoot n Xnrro. NASHViiit, Tens., Xov. 11. Thomas H. Pebles, Senator elect from iLinry Comity, was shot and killed yesterdav, near Spri Hill, hy L. A. Pointer. The diifi cuky was of a private and personal character. Poiater acted in self-defence. Oa, Wednesday night a party of masked raidera look a negro from his house, at Xor aaaady Station, on the Nashville & Chatta nooga Bailroad, and shot him. Gphr. After securing as contributors to the Ledger such men as Edward Everett, George Ban croft, CharlesDickcns, Horace Greeley, Geo. D. Prentice, Henry Ward Beecher and others, it Is to be regretted that Homier could not cap the climax of Ids enterprise by securing a genuine letter from Senator Pomc roy. The admission by Mr. Bonner in the Zerfjerncxt week that thePomeroy letter was forged by one of his reporters, will be read with interest. It was very unkind of the Iwys in the Ledger office not 'to show Pomcroy a proof ofjliis article, eo he could correct the errors afterwards discovered bv several persons in Kansas. X reporter for the New York Ledger is something we never heard of until Pomcroy mentioned him. .It is desirable to know what his exact business is. His duties must be about the same as those of a reporter J"or Webster's Dictionary, or the Jforth American Heticw, or the Atlantic MouUtlg. As an indication that the Ledger pene trates into the most obscure portions of the country, we sec that a copy hx-j readied Farmer Pomcroy near Muscotah, a small town in Atchison County. When; it is known that Pomcroy seldom has time to suspend his agricultural pursuits for a suf ficient length of time to get his mail from the iK3t office, no one will be surprised that a copy was four weeks in reaching him. Capillary abrasions, resulting from the late election are rapidly healing, and some of the healthy old infants who were defeated smile through their tears. When the iost office is moved Main street will be called Echo Canyon. Wc huim ifthc post office is moved into the old Market House tliat Asa will be per mitted to sell a limited number of soup liones. Tom Diehl will sell all the latest catfish and bull heads at the Pot Office FMi Depot, in front ofthe ladies' entrance. None bnt co ple with lock Ikjxcs will be permitted to leave spare ribs laying alxMit tiie floor after 12 o'clock. Chollar has a glass that magnifies 81, 000. We know of three men up town "other people's; children" whose sonls com bined in one, would, under this instrument, be a miserable failure as a mustard, seed. Chollar brought two Labor candidates out of a swoon on election night by sticking that ining up iKiiore incir litmy eyes, Willi tiie number of their voles on the other end. .Kit Bums writes from New York that he will move the rats from the old to the new Market IIuu-c at low rates. If this is not done every person that rents a iost office Imx will have to tic a big bull dog up at the cntcrnncs to protect the paste and mucilage. By reference to the official election re turns it will lie seen that Taylor, candidate for County Attorney, ran ahead of his ticket in the city. WATCH, MOTHER. Tiic w riter of the following little jciii Lnow.s how toi:itcrirvt the inner and more saercd ft-ntiments of the goat human heart. The rjtlitn is not lad, snd the thought and entimciit most .sweet and len der. a-1 us have more of such jioetry. Mother! watch the little feet, CliiiiMu- o'er the panlcn wall. Hounding throuli the liusy stnxt, Itangiu; cellar, shed aim hall. Never count the moments lo-t, Never mind the time it costs, Little fret will go astray, iiuide them, mother, while jou may. Mother! watch the little liaud I'm Uim; lierries hj the way, M-ikiiis houses in the Kind, Tossing tip the frajrant hay. Never dare the iucstioux-t, ' " Why to me this weary task?" ThesoVune little haiids'inay proic Messengers ef light and loc. Mother! watch the little tongue rmltlin;, .l(ucut and wild, What is said and what is sung, lty tiie happy, joyous ihild. dull the wont while jet tuisjioLeii, Mop the vow licfore'll broken; This sain" tongue may yet pnslaim Itlessin. in a saviour's name. Mother! watch the little heart IV-atingsoft and w arm for you ; Whole-omp lesions now iuipirt; Keep, U keep th.it uung heart true, r:tractiiiseicrj weed, rawing phhI and precious m-ed ; lljrvet rich toil then nuy ec, listening fur eternity. ':iiriilrnroMln lc I'aot ami I'rcwnt The editor of Old and AVvf introducing j the "txannner" department r the lA-lolier uunilier, thus refers to Injury repeating it self, with difference: It is curious enough, and sad enough to think that no pas-age of Xajtolcon's own Life of Caspar is more carefully wrought than his account of Sabinus' defeat hy Aiuhiorix anil hi- men in the paw cm of the Ardennes; of Quicntus Cicero's gallant defence of his own camp there; of the sweeping down of the German tribe for plunder there; and of Cesar's Mimmary revenge for all these in miIk One wonders whether the f.dlen Em peror had his ott n Ixiok in the carriage, as, with an escort of Uhlans, he rode rapidity through the Belgian parts of this forest, from Sedan to Vervicrs, and whether his old htttdics recurred to him. Mel.tnchnly enough to read at Mich a' mo ment of the f.itc of the wreck of Sabinus' garrison, after they h.id tdrugglcd Kick to their licsicged ramp "Lucius Cotta and mot of his men were killed. The rest retreated to their camp; of these I), l'etro fiditis, the i-tand.ird-l)carer, finding himself pres-cd hy a host of enemies, threw the eagle within the fortifications and died bravely fighting on the outside. The rest stood the Hego with diflicttlty till night. In the night all of them to a man, donairing of safety, killed themselves."' That was war in tho-e days for a beleaguered eedan ! ror fallen Princes, the .standing text is, "Sweet air the uses of adtemty." That is doctrine from the Kline region. It was in the same forest of Ardennes, whosm deities were ttni intieh for jioor McMahon and his men, that the exiled Duke in "As You Like It" proclaimed that gcsicl to alt exiled Princes. It must have been hard in thoeo d.iys in the forot to find any Amiens on the Malt or in the ranks to cheer the bivou.te by Miiging, '"I'lider the greenwood tree, AVIm lovei to lie wilh me, Here f hall he sec No enemy Itut tvintcrand rough weather." The parallel of to-day with the Ardennes , of Sliakspeare's Frcnehiucn, who could not get back from the forest to their homes, I seems to stop where "Duke Frederick," (our Frit?) "hearing how that e cry day Men of great wraith resorted l this forot. Addressed a mishty power, which were on foot In his own conduct, purposely to take His brother here ami put him to the fword; And to the skirts of this wild wood he came." When the Dule Frederick in tlienlay came mj far sav to Cirignan or Sedan he found a religious man, tttio dissuaded htm from his pnleriirise: hut. unfortunately for the Princes in Ardennes, in the last month -1 whether soldiers, philosopher, or fools our Kritr. encountered no such lierssjn, and'thc denouement of our "As You Like It" has been different. If the Emperor turned to rcadingCasar there, lie found a curious, passage juat in Gvsar's description of that region. Ilcsays: " Since 1 nave come to uiis piace, u wm pea ... v. ..! t ?. ?tf 1 I fit occasion to Micak of the manners rof the Gauls and the Genitalis, and of the, differ ences between these nations. In Gaul not only are there factions in ever, city, and in j every village, anu locality; out in ajuiuM eveiy house; and there arc chiefs of these factions, who are thought hy their own men to have supreme authority." Then he con trasts this with Germany": "AVhcn anyone of their princes fays in council that he will load an expedition, those who chose to fol low him proclaim it; they ri-c at once, if they approve the cause and the leader, proniu-c their help, and arc applauded hy the multitude. If any of them fail to follow him, they are ranked as traitors and de serters; nor Ls any faith even given to them again." A Wommi Tried Tor Mnrdrr IM rhwricrsl. Wheeling, Va., Nov. 11 The trial of Miss Mattie Brotham, for the murder of W. J. McXash, was concluded to-day. The jury brought in a verdict of not guilty. It will he recollected that about a year ago Miss Brotham, who Iiad been seduced byilcNasb, visited his boarding house and demanded the fulfillment of his promise to marry her. Upon his refusing to. do so, 6he deliberately drew a revolver and shot him dead. The case has excited a good deal of interest, and the court room for days back has been deqely crowded. - , lottery Brawls-. San Feanceco, Nov. 11 The one hun dred thousand dollar prize library lottery was drawn to-day. The holder authorizes a dis bursement of 10,000 for charities. SPECIAL NOTICES. MANHOOD ix ormFi yoinvGr ltd- - AN I .! RISING GENERATION. TTtttW T X t. . rj..'t 1' I .". t ttjttti 'i-TctMi Its -wool! j n-ir .H -. , T. I ... i 4 I milE; VEGETJTIVK rOWERS or LirE 4i:e slnirg, lint in,a few years how'ofleii the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye and emaciated form, an! the inijKwiliility of application to mental eflort, fhow its haneful influence. It coon 'becomes evident to the observer that some depressing influence is checking the dcTeIoiuirnt of the body. Coniiimp tion is talked of, and jKrhaiw the youth is remuTed from school and sent into the country. This is one of the worst movements. Removed from ordinary diversions of the ever-changing scenes of the city, t lie ) wcrs of the laxly, too much enfeebled to give zest to the hcaltliful and rural exercise, thoughts arc turned inwards upon themscltes. If the patient tic a female, the approach of the men-cs is looked for with anxiety, as the first symp tom in which Nature is to show hcrsaviiig lower in diflusing the circulation and visiting the check with the Moom of health. Alas! increase of appetite has grown by what it fed on; the energies of the system are prostrated, and the whole economy is deranged. The beautiful and wonderful er:'d in which body and mind undergo so fascinatiiig a change from child to woman, islookc-1 lor in rain: The parents heart bleeds in anxiety, and fancies the grave but waiting for its victim. II. T. IEEfc.MBOI.iriS Extract Buchu, tor Weakness arisiu from cxcccsor early indis cretion, attended with thefollowingsymptums: In-ilipa-ition to Exertion, Iuvs of 1'ower, I63 of Memory, Pilfiuilty of breathing, ttcncral AVcak no, Horror of DiseaM-, AVeak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death, Night Sweat. Odd 1'cct, Wakcfulnos, Uiiuuts of Vision, Langour, Universal Lassitude of the niiisrutar Sykteui, Often Enormous Apatite with l)j jjej"ticSyiuptoiiij, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Kody, Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions on the Face, fain in the Rick, Heaviness of Eyelids, Erco,uciitly l'.lark Spots Flying before the Ecs, with TcmiH rary Suuuion and Iajss of Sight, Want of Atten tion, tircat Mobility, Ib.-stleunens, with Horror of Society. Nothing is more desirable to such patients than Silitude, and nothing they more dread, for lVar of Themselves; no It-'isvsj of Manner, no Eaniestnos, no Sjieculation, but a hurried Trans ition from one luestion to another. These Fyiiiptonis if allowcsl to p on which this (Mnlkinc. invariably remotes 'ii follow Ijiof Power, Fi'luily, and Epileptic Ills, in one of which t the patient may expire. During the Miperiiitendcmeoj It. Wilvm at the Hloomingdalc Asvlum, this sad result occurred to two patients; reason had foratime left them, anil, both died of epilepsy. They were of 1 mill sexes, and about twenty tears of age. Who can tsiy that tlu-cr ctccssni are not fre quently followed by those direful dboa-es Insanity and Consumption? The rccorlsof the Insane Asy lums, and the melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness to Hie. trulh ofthes- assertion-. VI In Lunatic Asylums the mt melancholy exhibi tion appears. The countenance is actually smlden and uitc destitute neither Mirth or (iricf ever visit it. Should a sound of the voice occur, it is rarely articulate. "Wilh wonderful measures w an Ihpair Ijow sullen sounds their grief lieguilcd." WhiKt wc regret the existence of the alutc dis eases and sj uiptoms, wc arc preiured to oiler an in valuable gift of chemistry for the rcmotatof the cousoiutuces. HEi3IBOXil?S HIGHLY CONCENTBATED :thact 11F B U C H U There is no tonic like it. It is an anchor of hoc tt the surgeon and patient, and this is a testimony of all rho nSVeSed or prescribed it. SoUl BTUrHgStete Dealeni Everywhere Price $15 per Bottle, or Six Bottle for $6.50., DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS. Describe symptoms in all communications. ADDRESS HL T. HELMB0LD, Drug A Ckemieal Warehnsc, 31 BROAD WAT, X. T. NONE ASG GENUINE omits done up la itcel engraved wrapper, with fee tiaila ofay Clwilcil Warcaonse, aad i H. T. HEUfBOLD. novldiwTO ,-j;i I j .( t j.rj ii.i .(7iT.a?jii;.ii . s irvv t !' tl iv .n iiztrttt) jnnriUtA i nft t OuT,- maiiti3 rtiilnr, ? aiA',v ' s no.) 'j,jt5 loitntwj avjls1'.-iio-i it T - ....it nrtn i,, - t ; J OIIEfT FA VOKITK. f ? Grand Hoi L Drawing ! ..ii;k.j;. iKatidnl'I:Ciltr,IEriterprise. ,U CTl i-l -f'tl "liT Jl'' Charfpruil"'-for EdncatioSal' i'urposcsi. (fiV L'NITEIVTATES AUTUOUITV.) yJl.nil rTi h.ii .1 u II ' ' Wift Tls Tfr.f wn1 'ihJ(fie It' Ila'iullton, Ohio,'" Mdmlay,. January v2d, 1871. S - i-- w, - I - 5Tp Vsb p. o Valuable and Useful Gifts to be Distributed. DltAWINO.StJikc place ReRulaily every sixty days. Single Tickets $1. each. Six Tickets $5. Ten llilMK-iii'I Agents nanlcl, lo whom lilicral deductions -wilt l made. .VI onlers dr Tickets, teriiis to agents, etc. Iks addressed to ' must J.i:UIS A. i:Oi;i. .llniiagcr, IK-k'Uox,!!, ItTiiBtoaj-IlntlcrCo., OhUi. iio2wishc SELF -MEASUREMENT. PERSONAL. TICKN0R U CO., the Celebrated Clothiers Of St. Louis, Mo., anuouuccjhe introduction ot a plan of ! ; v - ORDERING CLOTHING BY laETTER, To which they call Tftfcil Srt.ci.r. Attiwtion. They if requested will send you their improved and accurate Hulks for MSlk-Miiastsevext, ami a full line of samples from their Ijimi:nse stock of Cloths, Casslmeres, Coatings.. Ac, Ac, tints en abling parties in any part of the country to-onler their clothing direct from tbiH, with the cortainty of receiving garments of the very Iatk.nt brvLE and most I'EKKtcr 1'tT attainable. Uorsls ordered will liesent by express, to Iiep-id for on deli cry, providing Ihaf if they imi .votfit, they can be returned at Titian KxrKNiB. As b w'ell known through the Suith and Wt they haie-for Konm:r.s years K-KLL.n in all departments of their liuincst wliiih isagu.-iraiitei as totbeiliaracteil of the (Jooils they would fend out. Kn.LS FW SE!iV-JlEArKltta"T. Sjmph-S of Coods, Illustrated Circular and Prio' t.it sc nt Vr.:r. on application. TICKN0R & CO.. JlanufActurers anil Pealers in Mens' and Itoys' Clothing aud Furnishing Good, either Heady Mado or Made to Order. 31 and GO. :. Fourth-st., St Iritis, M. I. S. Purchxs gratuitously made of A IX Kini3 liirany of our friends that may iK-sirc ar ticles bought for them in the city. ct2lwl27 d'KlM' J1ILL. Sieon orlh fSoiitii ! ONI.YCENUINESTR.VIilU'OUTAIII.nCRIST Mills, for Corn Meal, Wheat louring an.l Mock FksI, ladling Apiiratu. Smulters, Com Shc-Ilers, l'lour l"ackera.id Mill Work (Seni-rally. TlK-se Mills w re first nnde to mi ply, the wants of the I'l mtec an-1 Mock (irowcfol thcNiutli, but their fame has siirt-.rl to c eryiuarter of the gloi ami they are noir soil Cu lory and adilol v.duaMe im- liriix-t.oif-nts to tht Mills As Tu-reloforc, our Mills will lo built of chobe Burr Iiloek, selected at thetj-iarries in Prance. tsrnd Cr lies-xiptlte I'aiiiplilctfoutjining Treaties on MillFi., K-nt lirmail foss. Address, ISAAC STRAP li CO., ' Cor. PpjnlaiKlJvhlists., Ciiiciniiaii, O, iv.twti2 Sl'ECIAI. XOTICKS. DR. TIIOMIVON, I'llVMCJAN ANI VU !i:oN. om.-eNo. a, c.:trs cmMing, Pifih slrret, ror. -f Clu mkee. los-idciitv Sil door wiM f First M. E. Cliun.li. j.vKiw HOUSEHOLD IfiAGAZIKE 'B rontiins in evrrv iiuiulrt-r one 1-on.plLlc prte story valuis! at Jirol Forty pagi-s of ..t. ui .fA A-..ri. :i t .u i. s- i i . """ nrfiM.l. -.Ml l. lO.M OV SCT -SO.Ot-rS HI Wft-iit'TpcmtpT. frpIeiidM Premiums. sVt-ash lo lio airanlrsl for prize ilulis. .vierimrn ntpv In,-. Address S. S. WOOI, Newlninih, N. Y. " "Ctl9v ft --. FIVE CENTS ADDITIONAL will buy fho-s with silxi-r or tupper tips, which will avj the buyer the price of a now juirofshoe. Oiuiarel with nigge-l lis-s an I dirtv slot kings, they are Is-aiitiful, to s.i t lie b-asi. lifcnts, try it. sepTn IT2 $1,000" per' week Can Iv made on the quiet, by pirth-s who are up to siiuITi without iuteriVrin,: with other lui'dio-s. Addn-is, -..iili.Iiiili.ilh-. JAME3 ROOD & CO. 63S Broadway, New York. ocujwp.'t FOU SALE. riARM for PAI.lIJO ACRES PRAIRIE A few miIi- from Fairmount M.i- I1 Improved. tiou, 1-ateuworlh County. SI.OiKI r.f-li .Imiri. J. A. JII.ACKMAK. 'Fairmuunt, K.tnsaf aulldAw WAXTaD. Our Father's UN-WRIT House; or, the TEN WORD ,SS. S'iows us untidd riches and ln-aulies in the ttreat Htwy, Willi its Rl.smiing fl.ni, Ringing binl, WaMng Palms, Rolling clouds Rcautirul lsw, Sa rrel nioiintaiiis, lklightful riers, Mighty oceans. Thundering voices, ltlaziiigheatens and"atuni versCLwith eoimtless lacings in millions of world-, and reads lo us in c-ich the Unwritten Wor.l. Rise tinted piper, ornate engravings and supurh bind ing. Intelligent men and women wanted to intro duce the wo?k in eiery towashisnd village. Eight business. tlo-l jar. Send for circular descni tion. rnilorti'iiienis hnd ienns to agents. Zl'.Ul I.EK X JIOCCRHY, OOT N. Sixth-st., M. Louis, Mo. " svptwISI 11 ton. M: T ANTED AGENTS, (2(1 ir dsv) to sell the (celebrated HOME MICTTLl! SEWINC (MACHINE. Has .the uudcr-feed, makes I tho "lock -stitdi'.' -(.alike, on Imth sides,) and is fully licensed. TIielsrt and chea- i?i mini; niw4uj jiuh.-uiii? in me marKCI. Address JOHNSON", CI.ARKACO., Ris- icc, Pittsburgh, Pa., aiic-ago. III., or St. Inl Mo. sepllwl! AGENTS WANTED JPpa THE INNOCENTS ABROAD; Oc, Tun New' I'luiitrirs Pnooafjw," By-' 'MARK TTTATN. " An ectaxe rolumc of C. pages, -and CT.t heantiful rtnrnrrings. Our agents are clearing from SUM-to3l30 per month selling this b.wk. Atsi, our "ItlBLE HISTORY," by J. E. Stcbbins. send forcircM&rs, and ice our terms and extra premiums to aacuts. Address T. A. HUTCHINSON A CO., SK North Siath nnt, St. IHlis. Mo.-" 10-3w12I MASONIC. PATER. Tiic FrtemifiM for 1871. T HE LARGEST M.VSONtfc .'MOSTOLY IN thc world. Contains tidiugs. fnm (lie Craft in all parts of the globe. . It U strictly cr-raop,)lit.,inl and is the organ of the Craft everywl.ere, and not confined to any one State or locality. Each number complete in i'.H-lf. fcaraple rnpirs sent, free. Every Master Mason in good standing airthorizeil to act as agent .in sending jutlncriptious. A dis count made tfl club ageuls if dcircd, and inall eases a copy sem free to such agents, if notified: CLVJJ nATTJ. auljVr.f ten to twenty I 1 .rt Cluhsof twevityt fifty J.. .. 1 Z. Clulx of fifty or more,.. ..... l 2T Single sub.scribcrs. . 2 00 Names war be added at any lime in th- rear at club rates. Rack numbers suprhH. Address, (iOf. ihuXIC TJOCLET, 1 St. Louis, Mo. Refers by peraiuCoa to John 11. Drown, Emj., Grand Master. -" ' nnvlOw FflfUXD. FltJND. STPYED. peilons ha vise : lost Horses, Cattle orhtnek of fuy kind, may Bad the same by forwarding a minute description o' stock, with address of owner, to me at Farmin jton, Atchison County, Kaass. BS Terms reasonable. ' JTuwliq T1I0?I.S LEESON. F U SAIJv Hoe Cylinder Frco. tor hand or steal a -power sue of bed 31x43 inches inside "berrers. Apply at this office TSV1TATI0SS, BALI, PEO "- i styles unranalfcd uy - "'- ttboTIMES. PROGRAMMES, Ac, xayos-ce;wesio! DILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS.! Ac. .- ugiaatp 'oaihort notice. - - aaniliwsliii turojie, Asia, Af Iriea ami Snith America. To llMipply the increasing demand JJvf have rnlargnl our Manu- medical: M . WlKKEBf) - WAKKEK-S' PILK ' RESfEPY '.ITAS IfCVES uhcq ino era M use caw to cm tae rr. worst caaesofJiUad. IW-hlor or BJIintf'PHs.. !Thn! who are aSicted should imraedUtely. call oa their druggist and ret WiawEit's'Pii.EKWnaiT. It is expressly lor the Files, uidUBOt iceoanaeaill to cure aor outer oiseasc .It lacsc-wrea sua -eases 01 orer thirty years standing. Price Ono Dollar. Fitf salebydrajirisfaeTerTwherr'; ' ' ,' JL.' WAKNEIt'S DYSI'EPSIA TOXIC IS l'KE I'AUED exprcsslr for Prspeptles and thw suMer ing with habitual Costirem-s. It isa slishtly stini ulatinstonicandasileiidiI aiu-lizer: it strrnsih- cas tnertatnack and restore the Uijotire organs to their healthy state. Weak, nervous, amldyspcptie' pewra snouK( use IIAlLttK s UY$rxrl lOXKi For tale by draggists. Price One Dollur. ' COUGH NO MOR3B. WARNERS COUCH BAI-SAM is healing, i.ft-; ening and rxpctnratini;. The extranliiiary ower it pttse-scs in immediately relieving,. ana cviiitu alfy during the most olntinate ratt i.r, Coughs, Colds, S.jre Throat, ItrwHh!tr, Tntlitrrtii, Catarrh,. Hiarn-ni , Asthma and loiiumjition it almost iu-i rnslible. Smi prompt isthenlicf and certain, its cf lects in" all the alove cases, r any aOV-ction "of Uw thriat and longs, tliat thoostnlof physltfcnui arc daily rescribing it, and. ie and.alJ say that iti the most healing and rxeetnUug ,muli-inc known. One do-e always atCrd.s relieC kii 'in" iat cases one liottle ctrects a cure. HnlA hy 'drug g'ests, in large lttles. l'rict; One loUaf. It is your own Ciult if you still cuugh and .suttlr- The ltalsam will cure. , WINE OF LITE. The great Mood Puritier and IVlicioits Iiriuk. WAITER'S VISUM VIT.E, OR WISE OF LIFE, I free fnm any j.oisonons drugs or Impu rilies, lieing prears r.r thoso who nsjuire a stim ulant. It Ls a spleiHlid ap(ietUer and tonic, and the finest thing in the world for purifying the Mood, ill is the most pleasant and dilicionsarticlecvrroflcmi to the public, fir Mierior to brandy, whbkey, wine, bitters, or any other article. It is more healthy, aml.clieasr. 1Mb main and feraal; rourrgorold, can take the Wine of Life. " It is in fct, a life preserver. Those who -wish V enjoy gesMt ucaitu ami a ireo now oi uteiy sIMrilv tvui io wen loiaKeine ineoi i.ue. it is uinercni ironi anything ever licfore in us.. It is sold by drug gists; also at all n-i"ectable saloons." llrfoe One Dollar, in ipuart Isitlles. , sna EMMlTfTAQOGTJE. WARNER'S EMMENACOOUE ishconlarti cle known to cure the Whites, it will cure in every. rase. J V Here is tne umiiy iu which iiiis iuir tant meilirinc Is not wanted 7 Mothers', this is the greatest blessing ever offered you, and yoit should immediately procure it. It Is abo a sure cure for, fi-male IrreguLiritics, and nny be d- ndcsl un ill everv rase where the monthly flow has ls-n ol stnirUs'i through cold nl! e. 5d I by drtKgit. Price One Dollar. Orsciit by mail mi receipt off hie IMUr and a iiu-irli r. i ADDRESS GI'J STATE ST., CWCAf SL " iniiyigwiiH - Dr. Smith's Electric 'OA: IT CURES SICK HEADACHE IN HVISJTY minutes, D -fnro, halt Rlieuui, Rhcuaiatise, Eryiela.s, fib's. Croup, Neuralgia, Cinkcr' Fel ons, IS.iriH, Cuts, .tr., Twenty dnips the largest iluse. No aksdiol, Cajisicum, Caiftjihor, or water in it. From the largest Dnig House in IlosfonJ We hate wild a large ipiantity of DR. SMITH'S "Electric Oil." which is spoken of with uiKjuali fieil praise, f ;ixl rcirts from everv Nittle. WEEKS A POTTER, Wholesale Dnigglsts, 111 Wahington-st., Huston. Thoioan.Ls of Dollars arc last in time by f.innen and business men, when a few dimes expended fir theproper remeily at the right time, would, hatv saved all pain anil trouble. Paiu is but friendly ad monition, and nature warns us in time. Nime mcnareskepticul and selfish, others hopeful and generous, none have the right to disregard the suf fering child or the poor or ignorant. The rich can travel 1000 miles ami pay Sl,W fees, cure or no cure. But Wiiat of tbo Poor ? When on earth, Christ invariably commended ciery good work; the act of the flood Samaritan, aud all useful and elSrleut lalr for man's amcl- iurition, and HedcAutisi Hisevery wait 1 fjhon T to uii-s-lfi.h ellorts no lime for iiiilignant fault finding and ln.-tty, jealousy. In that spirit should every one welcome a real Is-nefactioii, like Du. C.u.cth 1. Smith' tt ("Elec tric Oil," of Philadelphia, a rrnirsllal so unlike any oilier Known, asuiaumci uie instant nonce oi meilical men an 1 all sufferers. The great cures daily mule arunot mlracU lOUS, and yet seem like riiHi-tntuieiiU Consider able sum hsvc U-en oir.-re-l for Hie preiaralion and wm.' dealers sell as high as 1(K) to -JfiO ls)tlles in a single day. This Electric Oil is just whit it purports to be. No deception mi mlsiiower nny l tried on the spot- Dr. Smith frequently rures men and women, 11 ctors a:el Itr.ig-jisls, Ministers and Law versof di-atlily Suk Ilead-u he, within -0 miui:t-s, in the Drugstore, when csdor m appenrton tin pallid cheek, the eye l"gins to brighn-ii up, and cheerfulness takes Hie plae of abjwt misery. It is tni" tint Dr. Smith advrrtises cry largely yet, eeu that by no mchm alone aci-onnts for such nijiiil and continuous deunnd. The oil enres, whic'i thsiieople lind out. MI.o.m. A. .i:Ms-ri:iiM., of CievcLiiid miM 1U3 Isittles in one daj . VCt i.K- A PoTTSK, the eminent Druggists of ISostoii, sohl KHI ill a day. tii.o. WlIMhli, of Akron, ., o dozen, aud olli.-rs in proportion. From the l.irgest Drug Hon- West of M. Iuis. J .sr. Jiishrii, March li. Dr. Smith Please sj-iid usridoren -mill and "ill don n large size ofjoiir "Electric Oil." It has made a uumlvrof turesliere and ghcsg'iod silu-fu-lion HARDY A CO. It cures and that is why it sellj. Fj-.u iiii.m K. M ty M. Di hKmt 1-ar Sir:- V,"e are entirely out ot Doll ir size of your "Elis-lric f)il." Not a single Inittle in the store. S'lid fue gnri. largo and P'ti gro-ssnnll. Wuarr huiiij large sih-s Yours truly, J. 1". ll.ni .1 lN. Doctors arc Usius it. FitiMxiMk, ii. t. v(i. Is s. I Ii.no iisod Dr. Smith's EKslne Oil, and lind i ? the ls--t inelftino I ,.er iis.sl for ib-jfne-s. Ci:n. i- WiiiTFinai, M. D. (Eer lly kiion s !I tiinnfir, Agent for People-, Line of sb-ifiiera for .'" ; "-lrs.) "White SweUin? Cured. Ai.is.inv, December .7. Dk. mmitii, Philadelphia le:irSir: Your Elec tric Oil cured my s:i, who was fortftojeirs iiinb-r the can' of .in cioim-ii'. phieian, and given upa cripi!e for life ISigmsI.J J. W. 1IAUCOUR1'. ;.i.vr.snN, Ts:xs, Unli 2i. Dr. Smith: Your Elc-trie Oil is selling well. The DllarsicselKIest lt-re. Send me -I doen of each size. Yours truly. N. D. LARAD1I- E. A. i:i5Y. V110IM3VI.I: JJItUCfCrlST, AMI PKAI.l.U IfS Points, Oils, Window Glass, Patent Maiicinos, Miuui"actiircr aud Proprietor ,f EDDV'6 SUJiK CUKE UETJIVVTIS1C, soi.i: Ar.l'T log LKAVEX WOK 11 r. K 1XSAS. 31 I?IawarcMl. octr.wia', MAERIAGE GUIDE. EVERY ONE HIS OWN DOCTOR. A private Instructor for marrrieil person or those, about to be married, both nialcand female, in orry thiog concerning the physiology and relations of our sexual system, and the production and prevention of off-pring, including all ths new discoveries never bcfjre given in the English language, by W3I. YOUNO, 31. D. This is really a valuable and In teresting work. It Is written in plain language for the general reader, and is illustrated with numer ous engravings. All j nun; married people, or thoso contemplating marriage, and having the least im-p-dim;nt to married life, should read thHNsjk.- It ilisrhi.ses secrets that every one should lie acquainted with; still it is a look- I hit must lw locked up and not lie about the house. It will le sent to anyad dresi on receipt of 50 cts. Addrrs-i l-. ffjl. YOUNG, No.- 41G Spruce Street above Fourth, Phil ailclphia. ocmwl-7 KEK0SEXR LASTEKN. Tubular KEROSENE LANTERN. mucin skuss. over ise.ooa mH last yrar; arat-d t-U more than FIVE TIIES a heavy. The gnat lafcrl erily vt the Tabalar U et tied. FroalenOilltftre twice tfce Us-t fa-y thcr Laatrra; Its flick b n-oliH Jeis ia a -Mat-Hum olkrri are la aa etc- Ids; It save eaoa;- la 11 and Clobes to pay for itself ia a tlaala wiater; it cannot ke made to kfat or take ire as all ether Kcrowae Laatenu ottea do, aad fceaea I-caraace ncagIvcIttlicIraBimalIedasroTaL Ithtaaaaft as the best lard Oil Laatera.aadglvts three Ubi the light at entsflRh the cost. Wla- aa- aMtlea iBaroTeltsh-rala;. Fert-lekyan-ealeri. Xade ky CHICAGO -L-TTG CO, CWeafO, LO. WASTED. AGENTS WANTED-i7 i AtONlH) BY the AMERICAN KNITXISO MACHINE CO. , Boston Mass. , or St. Loola, iio. octlSwl- f-L?'i I if- , J. m II K V-3il II nf iaI-7 II ill louis :jj -Vli .1 4. J ST. T.OUIS i inil i 1 1 i'h BRANCH, XAsn'r.tCTl - r ' t.ytti J-s.X-tC.L XNt UAST i. ' ii i I'm : i f it ' . i 1 .T .."i 't ' ' -a stif ,ii I ii .1 - -SgSB-MR-g--------3---EgL V -',' .. r-l l 1 1 1 1 I ' ' bKBbISPkH ----------9-H---SV-Da'4a F Sls?3 3 pl-KRjtjPiiS' ,J?" E; ' '--P---9 rt ' J------P ----------- ; u Aii utJlnnEri's E -HHP i MiiiiiirKnin9 -fci Or all the Dcttcrifttiems nw 'ThesfiG-wi have been manntactnred and lii'liv since lfil. They are warraiitel tlielst Inserted Tooth Saws nude, are used exclusively on the Pacific' Coast, aud. bppruTcl by uiill ukii w htrevfr Jtuown. ' ij i ) FOR SALFAT OUIi JlllR MR) USE', -jSt-tka.'.-rMt. ChlC-JO, HI. r.wtot I 116 and 118 Vine street, I I St. Loais; Mo. NEW FALL DRESS IN GREAT Having an LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW DRESS CrOODS, Wc want you to know it. idea of TIIE EXTENT, ELKOAXCi: AjtlrtiPFKl'l ' goods this season. Come and look althvlu,,ou will tcl lhti.1 Of oi:r dre- Clioiec, Cheap THE UDIES WILL That wc continue to tako orders for making up CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, In the mist fashionable and s-vtlstH-t )ry iiis;nnir. pose. Our stock of NEW MATERIALS FOPw FALL' "WRAPPINGS. Is now complete in " ." SILK-VELTETS, BFAVEli, VlflSGillU.A, ASTnAlCAX, .OC. READY HADE CLQAES, A MaprMiflccn(Itr Winter Mhnwls in BR0CHE, MARINO, PLAID, PLAIN GRAY, &C. 1VI LiSsllT V KIHTir. N. 15. We are receiving lov Gfooclfc liivcvy OclZilK- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. THE ARI0N PIANO 1 IAS TIIE UU-sT OUALITY OF TONE OF llai Atir I'i mt. tit llio in irLrt. It was nwariltsl the ItEMlU.M OVEK "tiiiinway," Chickeilng," and others at . -i 1:1 imiiiiui trial at 1 air or Ami ri ean Institute in New York. All are T'J iKIaves and warranted Pra lifi-liiue. PARLOR GEM PIANO, Full 7 0.t.ivcs, tl.-gjiiily Iinishs1. and has the Lite iinprveniiits. This 1'iano is I"cMc-l by teachers lo lie the liest for the price m id. -Moiu-y invesleil in tho Cm is In-tlcr than 2i is-rts-ut. interest. Warranted f.r fi c j ears. The Estey Cottage AND New Haven Temple Organs ArellicMjiidanl Ilee-I Iii'triimeinsof tillage, mn-t-iinitig the Patent Harmonic Alt ichmeut, .Manuel Mib IU.V, Knee bwcll. Organ Ilellows, lhssl Hani, lubilante and Vox Humana Tremolo all war ranlisl. Churches, Teachers ami Clergymen lil-r-allv dealt wilh. Agents wanted. Gill or n-nd for circulars. lWccs S."0 to $7,V). A goi organ, J slops 73; a fine organ with Gst, Sli". "' A. .1. V1EI.E, lieneral Accnl. Jl.l North Sixth fctrect, M. Imi, Mo. stllAwl-J.-. SCHOOL FURNITURE. S;iKMI. FIIIIMTIKF. 1ST IE-- MIT1Z. A WHOI.E- JL sale JKalrrin School Boblut and NtafioHcr', Guyot's .t Mitchell's school Mais. (Juvot's Oeo grajhies, '.lobes, School and Office Furniture, sjlates. Tablets, Cliarts, Ilillostiphical Aparatuso. all kinds. WRAPPING PAPER, BAGS, NO. 21 DELAWARE KTREKT, Ac, i T.cnvenwnrlli City, KanwtM. "BTheonlv exclusive School Furnishing House the State. - SphtOilmwAwg .PUBLIC NOTICE. OTICE. LEAVENWORTH-, K.J1, I August I, 1)7U. j I rnilE UNDEI-sIUNED HAVE BECOME ASaO- X. CIA t fcU as ticneral Agents or the Connecticut Xntmal Life Ins. Co. of Hartford roa rut States of Tcxax, Arlxmat, Xebrwia, and the Territoria if Colorado, Wyoming, J- laxa, Dakota, Idaho, Utah, Arisonn and Sea Mexico. Al-o Agents for the SUte oi Agents, ruliey-holders, an.1 others, within the above named limits, desiring to communicate with the Company, will please address lIorat-isA Ga Haxr. 73 Delaware-st.. Leavenworth. Kansas. We take this occasion to call your attention to the following statement: Co. Incorporated 18K. As sets over (30,000,009. Cash Loaned in the West, 110,000,000. Officers Htm. James Oooilwin, President ; Z. Preston Vice President; W. 8. Olnutead, "Stc'r; E. B. Walkinson. 1 Vice President ; Col. J. L Green, Ass'tSec'y; E. W. Bryant, Actuarr. O. J. IlOPKTN.st, Leavenworth, Kan. J. G. UKAHAM, late of the General IfTDijAwlsAzenerSmj0 TOR S.ILE. GREAT BARCJ.4I.M 3E: STOCJaI FARM.J- FIK SALE IX LYON C0CNTY, NEAR EM POUIA, 16 acres excellent bod, improved stone house, 12 rooms best bouse In South ern Kansas stabling for 100 hones, stone eorrall. large unfailing spring tor stock, good well, a most. oe-raom name, evcrytmag prepare to nana tor living comfortably, and mucklnr money, All fjr the small price of S3,30O naif, or lest than half what the improvements coat. Apply to A. A. HIGLNEOTH AM.-eal Estate Agent, No, 9, Del aware street, Le-Tenwonh, oct-CdA w i r- if I Iwlov 2 IK lit 1S7 Isjni-n t Tp" ' ' T .i iu - . is t v ' 4-J rT-i tfr .. Vll'l Jt-ft . 1 ill. B ; rflrifcl' ..:t '?, OsKES ,hf (C . REESfifll ) . I II II i SiVwdKks. -jJ!.-.'jrivlV-ri;t ..J.L,. i..rf! SAWS, usal in (kc UnifCsl Slates. 7C Caronilclet street. New Orlcaxts, La. PRY COOKS. GJ- O O D S ABUNDANCE. unusu.illy A merclistof llieilitlerent materUIs i iasiHli-U.nl to gnu you a pniccr , and AiSr.'scasve. PLEfiSE MIMB DRESSES AND SUITS We hue tilt's I up a i-imfirt il.le room forthii p.ir- STJ-I-TS 3u 3-f 5 00l 3Tov jJsy:-. ;-iEim'AL. ir:?. winTi'is:ir. A.i:i:t;ci.Ai. i:tir.viL ofjii.dk iniJas Iihm.iat olliee will sinirr, his Is-, n I.hii r .'gaged in the tri-aluolit of V. nerval Ss-xii.iI and I'rhale ili.sva.ses thin any ..tlitr p!iy bian ior-t. liuis. .syphilis. Gonorrhea, (ilis-t, si lei in-. On .litis, Ilemn s-n.1 Kiipluri-s: .ill Crlinry Di-is, an-l Stphilitic or .Men "i i-l :tll.s lions of Ibe 'Ihrocil, .sLm or l-.'ies are tn at.sl r ilh tintcimll hs 'ti(. s.."rnatorrhc:i. Sexual I', i ilu au.t linisitemy, as tlipre-nlt of slf-atms" in yontb, s mm! .t--ss in in.jn.T yciirs, ort'llier.-au-x-s, wl wliuli pro d"nis S4niv ot the fol!,wiug eJitls, as ii.r turual em'e-Ioii., Motrii.-, ilebiliiy. diiin-s nfsi'hl, .s-nnision of idi-a'-. ril f irl-wlings, aer-iou to the s iety of femiles, 1-c-s of memory and s xual jsiwcr, and rendering iin.tr!iif;e improper, aru (s.-rmaiKiitly cinil. Tiie Ifc tor's p;.rtii:iili(s, liibi e.ilsl and private practii st-3 im-tiriu-.-e-l in it. luis ,r a.ij other city, lt-n k files rf-5!. Iuis pijiers prove Ih.t he li.es been local! thi-r long'-r by y. .irs Ihiu any other so adivrtising. The vl.ilih-.hiii, nt. hiirarr, lalHimtery and apiHintmiits.irV' iine2Ull.l in t!ie West, ii'icurinssisl anywliere. Age, iilh cils-ri-ence, .-an be n Iie.1 u:s.n, and the Doctor -.in rcfi-r to many ihyiicinas throughout the roMiittr. In lost suceesj, "and present isisitiou lie stan-li without a competitor. Th" Writings of a !'livi.iii '.visjr.; p.it.ilioii is Union-wide should lie worth reading. Dr. Whltticr piwli-lics a 31edii-.! I'.iinph'i t rent ing to venereal diM-aso-i and tfie tlcsuslrtiiti and v.iricl coiiMssueneesorr.'lf:it'Usi', tii.it will b's-nt to any address in a teal-! .iiv.hijs.-for tr.o stamj. It (sinlalns full symptom Ii-t tint will ena'de thsiar!lict.sl to del. rmiiiv tliviiatiin'ofllieir.siiu pltiuts and give a written stti.neut if their i-ases that will answer alnnt as well fr tliepurpm-eol treatment as a arsoinl interview, but where it is convenient tho Ir tor slioiil.l lie (oiisiiltcl i-ron-ally. It iss,-f evi.b-nt that a phvsieian who p ufiriva hiiiisclfexi luslvely to l!i study of aevrtaiii diss of diseas-3 ynd treats thousands of .-si. r-ry day, must acquire gn-aicr skill in that srs-c'alty t!i in one i:i general practiuf. -Uiiy pliysiti-ius i.ssiguiring this fart, introduce patients to thedorioraftcrrti'.l ing his pamphlet. Communications confidential. A frii ii.ll v talk will csist nm nothing. OtlUeccn Iral, yet" relinsl No. iil7 St. Chrrb'S stns t, St. Louis, JIo. 1Ioi:a9a. si. to 7 I". M. Suudjjs excepted. MANHOOD! WOMANHOOD I EXPLAINING 1.'lK) MVY, AND WHO ought'notto marry. Eis'jir 'exu.il excite ment Flo CAFsE", with nc-Ifiil .-uliice. All that is worth knowing ati.:t PREVENTION. AI- why s nianv of ,lith,s.xeH hac Vlil PI.Eb nn tiie Cmv. Ac. ; ahd givfug siifiicicnt n-asous why on half of the !ci'd--. in this I iml of ours an. Pl'I .MATUIIELY 1NFIIIM. If mv suggtious were f.llowe.1 by all, death by CONSCJIITION would decrease one-ialf in a siugk- gci.eration. W.Vh falliTof a Cimily can aironl to J" without the in formation. Cii"No young man hut wght to rca! Manlnssl." nS No. oung lady but ought lo rvad "Wor.ianhoo.I." Thr are Is-vnd eparati Ir and sent rrciaid, br mail.'hl.CtiKE KKOM OIW SEItVATION, -at I."cnu each, or Utli brgetlicr for 2 cents. CLAIIK WHITTIEE, M. D., 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Who has given a lifi-Iong special attention to ths treatment of all cases relating to the above, requir ing medical inlcrf.-renrc. and has bi-en LONGEI. LOCATED IN ST. LOCI-j than anr other Chronic Disease Physician. Head his worLs and judge for yourselves." Ollicc Hours j a. m. to I p. m. ; '1 to .; and 7 to 'J p. nt. ir.td.tir I do not wlh to infirm yo-i, reailcr, that Dr. Wonderful, or any other nvu, has ilinott red a remedy that cures consnmptlon. when thelungssre half consinued, . in short, will cure all dinnses whether of mind, body or estate, make men liro forcvei", ami leatedeath to play for wntf work jnl is ib-signed tu make? our sublunary sphere t blissful I-rsdUe, to which Heavr-n itself shall he but a si 1c show. You liavi lieani nough oftha, kind of humbiiggcrr. I'.nt when I tell you that Dr. Hagcfs Catarrh JtTneily will rioilivIynre trte worst ca.-i of Catarrh in the Head, 1 only as-en that which thousand can testify to. I will p) 3Vi:ew3Tlffwaesettat I cannot cure. A pam phlet giving symptoms and other information sent free to any address. This remedy is SOLD 15Y MOST IM.COGIST5 IN ALL PAirTS OE THE WOULD. Price 30 cents. Sent by mail, postpaid, on re ceipt of sixty cents, or four packages for two dol lars. Beware of cou.MtErErrs and worthless imi tations. See that my private Stamp, which is a potiliee guarantee rj peniinnar, is upon the outide wrapper. Eemtmber that this private Stamp, is sued by tho Cmted States Government expressly for stamping my medicines, ha, my .rtn:It,"n.iaie and address, and the words "F. S. Ortiaeateof Gea-inenesH, " engraved npn it, and need not be mistaken. Don't be swindled by travellers and others reprcsentiwr thenisvlves as Dr. Sage; I am the only man now living that has the kuowledgr and'rlght to manufacture the Genuine Dr. Sagv's Catarrh Iteuvdv, and I nver travel to sell this medicine. ! V. MEUCE, M. D. novIdAwCl 133Sencca-t., DuJlo, N. Y. RANKERS. . v. rui-s:, I"residtnt. vr-f. r. snntASD Caahier. SECOND NATIONAL BANK of tEAYExwoirnr, Buys and Sells Government Eonds, and cloea a eea fcral Banking busicesa JCtltlUstwyj 1 - iTYHgfffJBi I tin ' :'s m rV--A-BU i t E S SEWEW FACTS FOE LADIES. zvz&y ss ' i BEAD THE FOLLOWING fS5t JKIs't Ot - r - f '.J ) iit 't. "!. til TESTIMOA , V u A. StnucB, Esq.: r Dear Sir: I have used, your Wheeler A Wilson Sewing 'Machine In my tvniily tor sixteen year with peHeet satlsfnction. During that time the entlnt .espensc, with the exreptinof oil ami cccdles, will not amount. to five dollars-. My entire f unity are so proficient in its use that my youngest daughter, only eleven years of age, is as expert as her mother. II is their universal Toicr, to sell the piano but keep the sew ing machine. , MADISON M1LLEU, Liberty, Mo. ESTABLISHED 1854. A. SUMNER CO., DEALERS IN WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machines. 300,000 NOW IK USE. E--r-E-.-r famiijV SHOULD HAVE ONE. flcr sixteen jears experience we arc prepared to furnish a iH-tter ?I:tt-!iiii( Tor the Pnrwsc of family sewing Hum anv other. Tho qualities which recommend this iiiachiac are: ls4. Vnrahility. It will last longer than any other mnchine. 2d. KcoRonj of thread. :5il. Simplicity aad tkoroiisliiie.HS of ciiithtriU'tiou. 1th. It lias no shuttle and makes the FM-k Stiteh. ."it It. lleautyand exrelleart' of .stilcli. alike on Imth ides of tho fabric M-vtcd. lth. Strength, flrBines and duruhil itr of .seatn that will not ravel. 7th. Its wldf ransfr of application lo pttrposes and material. 8. Conpactness and clesrance of model a nt! linisli. !Mh. Speed and ea.se of operation and management, and qiiietiieH of iikmc nicnl. lUth. It has Hfteeit pieces less titan any .shuttle machine, tabic included. 11th. It has fewer pieces exposed to wear than any other Lock Stitch Ma chine. l!!i. It is the most simple in coif slruciioii, and easiest adapted to diner cut kinds of work; it ran he' changed from coarse to tine, or from fine work to coarse, where a cha litre of needle, thread. length of stitch and tension are !Ti!iiiTi!. in less time than any other tnaciiine. It is deservedly the .HOST lOIlfLAR M .M'HI.Vt: "JPzxiackXL-y TTso. HOLIDAY PRESENTS ACCEPTABLE VERY DAY IN THE YEAR. NO FAMILY ni:ki in: without a SEWING MACHINE UK AKK ALSO ritLl'AKKIs TO KUItNIMI FIRST CLASS Organs St Pianos. All bittt of itile are Lssucsl from the ST. Lb'It OKI'ICK, Ami the name A. SUMNER Is u;cil as a tfn-U r.u on all gvsls soM. Catalogues with full ilesrriptionsof all the style. ofMACIIINI, OKCANS ami I'lASOs, sent.t pal.l on application. Distant purchasers can seinl orlrrs by mail afiVr consulting the OitaIue, ami l sure nt recciu'n; prcbcly what they orJr. Those nho patronize us may lassurisl that we will TAKE GOOD CARE Of every Machine or Instrument toM by . AVe offer our jixkIs at prices Within the reach of all, and on better terms than any other reliable House. SEND FOR CIRCULARS. SEND FOR CIRCULARS. OFFICE 3c SALE ROOMS, 415 X. Fifth Street, STtOUIS. KM-ce 4 Bel Street UELi, V-kLl HOBII, 1 I. -V. ." " Afj- ' , ..-. -.