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TH3B IjEAVENWOBTH WEEKLYjqQMDBS.: THUSEDAY, AFGUST 20, 1874.
A h p 13 WtM imt THDBSDAY, ATJGUSr 20, 1874. CHTJBCH HEWS. Since the commencement of Ihe Beecfcer btuiness the religions literature of tbe coun try hss been so mixed up, that, when we corns lo sort our clippings on Saturday eve nin, for Sunday' issue, we are frequently puzzled as to the proper disposition to make of certain items whether their place is in the "church column" aa "religicu"," or in the watte basket t- baudy. If we occasion ally make a mistake, and insert something that should he left out, our reader? must be charitable men with more religion than we ly claim to, are Halle in these times to fall into each errors. Wc learn from the lima.oi Blue Kipid?, t hat the Presbyterian wcicty at that place has dc'crmined to build a new house of wor ship tbis fall, and that the woik en tbe structure hss already been commenced. The Tim' Bays: Wc have bet n shown a plan of the build ing, drafted by John McMtenoir, of the La Belle House, which liai been adopted. It i puic Go bic, and when completed will be a line-edifice, the elruanr will be of Rtone from our own quarries, 32x50, with a tower 10x10 ft., and 75 feet liieh. 'i he water ta bic m four feet aboTe tbe eround. The walls nr. 10 feet, and tbe comb IS let! above tbe t.mt. The location is tbe corner of Gene tee and Seventh etrect, ilis edifice faciog the south, with the entrance at the tower, on Gtntwe street. The estimated cost U $1, 000. This church organization, which i the old&t in the place, contains about 75 communicants, and is, cnancially as well as numerically, tbe strongest society in the place. The Sorthem Cltristian Advocate (Mc'ho dist) thinks that tcomany jc:ona went lrom Hound Late to Saratoga to see the boat rice, and that if they must go either, they had better co to a horse race. It was also rarprised "to see so many ladies andgen tlemca on the camp ground with a little bit of lavender ribbon pi tried to the shoulder or bofom," and when it it-quired their morn ing, was informed "it was tbe Wetlcyan boat crew colore! A fine cimp-meellng badge thought we"' A critical reader sug gests that as "very many of our comp-mcet-lngn lately have been held for persons who had got above sin, the Sorthent should have been sitiifitd to find one great camp-meeting widen sinners abjo could attend." Kev. Florence McCarthy, of Ch:cago,id in Lis sermon Ii-'. Sunday, on the templa tiorn of clergymen : "A few months ago the pastor of one of the large Biptist cburcbes of this city, re ceived several ancnymous letter from a lady member of his church. He was much cxetcistd over it. He pondered long and deeply as to what he should do in tbe cie. He finally went to his weekly church prajcr met tin j, and at the conclusion ttatei tome thin'.', and asked if any of the ladies bod wrtitdsucu letters to him. Of course no one arose." Circumstances alter cases. For instance, when a Virginian arose in church and raid: "Here's a hundred dollar bill for tbe old hcts behind the pulpit V no one thought of putting him out. In preaching at 'VVtVmimter Abbey the Bishop of Lincoln recently said he could conceive no hing mrrc more unnatural or barbarous than 13 relight those funeral Cres that bad been extinguished fourteen centu ries ago by the tilent iLi1aer.ce of Christian ity. Cremation would, he believed im peril the doctrine of the resurrection, and to produce tbe most disastrous connquenccs. At a Presbyterian Church in Saratoga, a rcrmon wis recently delivered on the Chris tian's regatta toward the heavenly goal. He wa described ai feathering his oar with pre ci'on. turning the Ftalcboit of bis life with all ibe resolution of faith, coming down the ltperatc court c of the home stre'eh with vigor, fixing his eje on the heavenly Ktl crte Mid taking good care not to imitate the di-c p'.c Judas and break his rcull. Two Unitarian ministers, the Kev. James Frcemtn Clarke and the Kev. Dr. A. P. Peabody, pn ached in different onhoJox THE IITTLE UGHT-XEEFEB. ar Charles a. smith. Here is tbe story of J little child, Who, with ber latntr, live! bes'de ttc tea. On a lone i'land, from whose rocks were piled A llghthoiue tower of atoatet masonry A sletoleu seatii,el wboee b-amlnz ere Wat-Did th.cash ihe o'gnt to warn cf danger x niga. Onciliy b;r fatLer, who bad oae aibcre, i.lltdwitb Uc early twlis&t to return; An J so tbe sat and woadtred moie and more, Until I be ereiilsg car begin to burn. Andtb ujhi, "Ourli.ht snould shed as trne a rar. Lest ships slioal 1 be rallied and cut away. ' ' Anflfothca.r.erp'eT.cl with anxlouxare, . Ant lUt-ned t tbe o.-ean'arestiess moan; What can I do iLdeedlcaonut icar Ihiou.'haJl tLcdreiri nlaht to le atone: Xay. not alsne," tbe thought; and uadis- msTftl Tbe .ltt!o creature tb:n knelt down and prayed. Thf n .Lr anise, and with a trembllnz band f-lnr dragged a chair bvLealb tbe wcJ-trimEcd light; Pcrchei Lcr sl'ght tjg.ire on the trusty stand A nd sir tcLel en tip-tve to her utra t height. And then reacued up. Alai! her heart was tick: Tbe .Uhtc. rFtr did not reach the wick. What thoa'd she do In this h:r hosrof reed h'tugar cjald she Cad tu lultellis pile more ukb. Till thu b'g rtib'e. kept with careful beed, And read at sigbt and m rnlog, net ber ere; Ilut r till the Pjus d. lor vith a rercicnt dread. Upon the fcuok cf (!wl he icared tairead. And yet, ths thought. "tVaat If cur light could tare Some thlp fn in wreck upon the reeky there" ' And ro, wi b moLt 01 ttruniiand bratc. The heavy Toluinc to the pile the bore. Tncdonl w'js Jare.t e light's henicnant ray Ucjnird o'r tbe toili.g watcnol the biy. Iter lnher ait ujion tbe tnorc meanirbile, I)italnul byiruei w tubes, who had p'aastd To terp be 1 gbt untouded, and begniie rnrae pasting vere son the rocky auand; And, uli nile tri 3 of drowning men "fie .Vr, To s eal tic cargo as It wished ahore. And ai thy j-at tbirplott!i:geTll icbrmes, llolpgtLciaiiulghiliaur would bring ilea luck, Tnie as a rtar tbe light's reproacbf jl b-ams ria bed o'er tbe waters. 1'oi el and pinic atruck, Thry lose inethcr with a tuJdfn start. And giufll bade tbe kwpsr to depart. .Soot o'er ths -raTci the little boat he steers. It's bile tails gleaming in tbe grateful liiht; And now tbe stronz man' a ryc a-e full ot tears, To te afar that fice so wan and white, rcalaj: through daramsi from thi slippery ro- ka, T:e nljbt-dew ftlllsg oa her flaxen locks. CIvl was ths riacshttr when her father came; 1'rcul wai tbe lather as hu kisil hia child ; Cut wh-n chc aitod with blush of baiblul chain'. If her young feet tbniiible had defiled? "rCo.nol1 betald: 'ihrenerer isabu When sa:ied things arc I ut to r.ohlc use.' And so ho soothed her till Lcr thoughts grew ca'm. And In ought th Whit when she wai In bed. And read ihe glowing language ora psalm, Until ber heart grew wj.rm and cuufortcd; And listnirztotLcroarisgottbedeti. Thj little lighthous-kreper fe I rl ep. OJttr Ozic' I ilaw'iit IIEWS AUD GOSSIP. Vireicia iiancr aser!s .Mrs. Katie Shipp, I'ving in the Msssanutten mountain, is 1 3yesrs-of ape, his a full set of dear, white, rcgulir tce.l-, luxcriitt Lhck hair witbcul j. thread of gray in it, is a straight as an arrow, and can dance tbe "Old Vir ginia" break doxn with the sprihtliest girl in the countiV. The fo logins news ilem has been gring the routds ol ihe newspaper for several motitl : M'S Lincoln, widow of the late President Lincoln, ii in P.ris." Mrs. Lin cola has rot ben abroad Lr sjveral yeirs. It tnybody n in Pans, France, repre eating herself to ! IS: widuw tf the late President L'.nculi, ".he it an impostor. "3.1V. do o'i know General Grant?" iaquircd a five vcar old htperul of his play mates the other Cay. A li tie ehame-fced-ly, hewral of t e b y tnawer d in the neg ative, aid a-l:-il him the tame ques ion. "Kiowliim?" was the iretantandeviOtntly prtconctrtfd ar.swtr, "Have just been a hcoken ha: d? with im!"'ardlor quite a Lttle time Wjs a lion among the ren Here is the thai erge sent by a Mem phi epng of ebivaliy to his antagonist: "You thought that joj was a bitter man than i wa; you tht-Uht tliat you was mere hi,-hltil louti.n tlnn i w-s. Lai you te badly mistaken yen arc a bickbi'.er ami tdrc- coat l do l ear Jjy Chalanc yen to u,ht Du 1 on eund?y 2(5 at 3 v. M. with Dcublc JJarle fhel gun ti hive said a ncf a bout me and tilLed a nof a but i am a3 good as ycti ere if not if you please eccept thisflhtas poston Ctld "V. i will leave you the sjv so how many paces we are to stipt ci. Oa the r-dls at the Xew Or'ean" Tension churches in IIrlford on a recent Sunday, I offics there are the rames ot forty-one per- and the fact that no fuss has been made about it is spoken of as an indication that theological barriers are gradually becoming less marked. Here is a toast, civen by Itev. I M. At word at a recent Universali'it anniversary in Mas-acbuse ts: ' Our tellow-woilmcn o": ail chu'ehes: they do notraise our flic,bat they haul donu the flic of our enemy." A London corresp'mdent sayi Mr. Gltd etone is ucdi rstro J to bs engiged on "spirit ual matters," moic particularly upon the FUbjec of eternal j unUhnitnt, on which l.e i s id !q b qnoticn ng the casuict and theologiaLs of every creed. The editor of the Yp3idlanti, (Mich.) Sen Ihd give the c'.ergv this home thni3t, and every cotsciuicious minister will acknowl edge that the editor makes a point: Especially do we siy to the puliut, stop Ivinir. ston falfifvinz history, slop striving lor reasation at the expense of truth, stop Ecoldinc us and ytllirg at us. If there be a gopel that i regenerating, elevalicg, inatb ling and purifying, let its have it. Admiral Dupont was ores cxplaintng to Farragut the reason why he failed to enter Charleston harbor with his 11 -ct ol iron clads. He gave thi reaeon, and that reason, and the other reason; and farragut remain ed tilent until he had a.ot through, ana then slid: "Ah Dapont, there is ore more rra Min.'. "What ft that?" "You didn't bj- lieve vou could do it!"' There is nothing like faith, Thre i a woman cut west who will get up at eix o'clcck, kindle the fire, get break- laM, rout out the lamiiy, wash the ui?uc and six children, aew a button on tbe reck of her husband's shirt ard hunt his bat, go lo a mi'ion Sunday school and teach a class, attend church, rush home acd have dinner over ard the tliingi e'eued away in time for afternoon Sunday rhcnr.I, read the Sunday pchcol papers to the children, go to church at night, and talk or. her way home abant Sunday as a "day ot net." Burlington JTarrZrjr. 3TEWS AHD GOSSIP. sons who are Mow ol Fcldiers in the sec ond war of inde) endence. Tee extterac ace of the ptiSuii is inferred from ihe fjet tvat they c mid nly leroaie ica-iiners on proof that they were married priir to F Ir.iary 17. 1&15. That was lifty-uine years rg-, and if it b a-sumed that ike younjest of thete war wi.lo was only tourciujcirs old at t e lim- of her marrusc, the rorM now be fc.cn-y three jeiruulj. F.i-tid:ou y "ag wirc ays to Algernon, who. being dtvottd In sciei.c?, n.akes her rad all theoonuGelertures rnl pimphlets to I im: "Jlaly, Al?rrntn, ill this abpat diff-reruiil ai d lr.ligryl calculus, and bics tattcs s.ml bio'Iynaiutc, and molecule, anJ concre'es and thinf s wmi to me rather ex iraordintry. You can't generally accuse u" of irudisLnets; bu is this tl c fort of book that maami would quite approve of my reading, love?'" The Providence Pitw ic'ls of a mzrrird coiple who wtre passing a jewelry ttore the .,th.r day. Her a ten ion was attracted by a "pr.'cc ly lovely" niir ol rtr-ririgs. Said she: ' O! 2CcJ, po buy 'em." And Xed wnt bv 'em. The ttnderert heart lovea Lot the bold and courageous one. Receipt for a Lot breakfast admire your landlsdy's new bonnet. Polite "Flease. sir, if you will get oQ my corn lcn enough, I'll kick you." London h8 a large theatre completely undertroatid,aad yet thoroughly venii a:eJ. It has proved a (ecuniary grave for the manager. Wt.cn your peckct-book becomes emp ty, and everybody knows it, you can put all ' hu! u!ge out ' yonr friends in it, and it won't worth a cent. Manhansetahachusawommcck Island is not such a fatontereorteince tourists found out the charms of Caterwaulingakohspmda pldcsailuukzru B y. Th- publishing firm which does the largext bu-i-i.es in the world is the firm of Hacbet.e & Co., Paris. The total amount of th.ir business annually exceeds $3,000,000. An autograph Irlter of George Wash ingtrn " vtld in B soo last week fcr twen ty five dut'a s. Tie y ung man who wrote it gt but tcfti.t)-Cvc teats. When a "gen leman" slanders a ''lady" in Hsmbarg ii J , the fair one welts him over tne h.aj w ti a roard" full of sharp Bail, ard makes that gentleman wish he'tl htld his tcngue. Darted by all except his aged bob. tailed d g, his lit' went slowly cut ol tbe shadows of the (if irg sun crept oyer tbe front n.iop of Datlm'a grocery ,"u the way they Ztrvs themxlTes in Georgia. Nnw is the chance for a sctentile aaan Let hiai icll th-tOiU of MinBoott what aawnal and vijuatl ariic can be asade out of grtssbof pers Prtn-leosa was scoraed aa a itatsaace lor hundreds ti yean. A PhUdelphia clergyman hopes the Lord will forgive hits wvicn be aonanncaa, "Let w conUaoe our srarthip thk morning by ltfUaing to, piece i abtet assasc which thai bired qaartette wid please execste." A. Twasihaia f heart the wcrd 'Tiinihr rV"r"i t titi aa liiag lu Latnaawlso ifMaaiaMrMhawT "Gath" Investigating the Scandal. VTe prisent ibis morning the first ol a s: rics ol di-pattbea on the Uetcher-Tilton scandal, from the pen o! cur correfronc'ciit "Gaili," who has Leen hnt to New York t make a ypccil inrts ga'ion of the CiSJ fcr tbe Ch ceo Tribune IIo ba tent to days in close cxmuiutasn with Jlc-srs. Til toti and Muuttin, and this morning tells a part cf theft ty a he has received it from tim hands. The dispatch srcaki for itself. One cancot but be stiuek in readirgit with the conOJtcre and lore in which Mr. TiVon U held by his fii nd', who concur in giving that lii eoi due', frcm ih beginnirg of this wrctcbed bi.sir CS', hi- b en far ncbler thin llr. Becc'ier's. Mr M u tin cxpres-es the oiiiiinti that Mr. B-chrmsy cscarc the penalty of his s n, but cannot escape the fact. Til's and f icTltr expris-ions remove any rema ning doubt all to what will be the pjrprri i if the Etvcaient lo be mvmittel ih: a to ri'ion. 2vt the lea.-u inttri-sting pin ol the duptch i romposed of tbe let ters ri"en by M. Til on to her husband about tee time ol ihealleged offeLCe. They refntf comilde'y the charges which the miserable wtiuiau wa iniuced to make be fore ihe Cimnii tee, that ehe has been for many rears a vx.iui of Trodore Tilton's caislty and neglect Chicago Tr.'tune. Tilton's Father and Xother. A reporter of tbe New York Tribune has interviewed the father and mother cf Theo dore Tilton, at their home in Keypart, New Jersey : They rpoke freely of the suVject occupy ing all cf their thought, although careful to have it understood that they had taken no eidej "aa between thiabetn cr Theodore," and were confident that they loved each other still, whatever mizbt have happened Mra. Tilton said that Elizabeth was to her as an own daughttr, and the wa not wil linw to believe anything to ber discredit. "And sd far as Tbetd.re ii concerned," said she, ,-I have never known anyihicg bad of him, and don't Lclieve the s:oiie) that have beca tald about him. He was as good a boy as any one could wish to hav, acd nctnildani uriravernaLle as rome hire re presented Lim to have been. Since he has be come a man, of conr e, I have net known so much about him, but X have always thought him kinJ and affectionate." In answer to quesiiucs icgarding the hsppinea of her sen's home, Mr.'. Tilton said : ''I have visaed there many times, acd if they we:e net happy then 1 knew nothing about it. They seemed to love each other very much, and to treat escb other aa mm and wife should. It they were mucrablr they didn't let me know it. It seems strangr that I shouldn't have found it out. But all that I ever t.eatd has been through tbe news paper.'. I have loved Elizabstb, and I think she has loved me, very dearly. Ii there had been so much unhappinesi in her home it mema I should have heard of i from her when she was here or when I have been in Brooklyn, I atwnvs have tLought just the oppceite Ibat they were every thing to each other. Mrs Tilton said furher that, when Eli zabeth had been there t-he ud t receive letters from Theodcrc evcrv day, and that ohe wrote very often to him. "I doa't un derstand it," eaid she, "and I don't war.t to talk about it longer." Mrs. Tilton expressed corFidcnbleindig- nation at the false reports of hereditary in sanity in the family. She said they were uctrne in almost evciy particular, fehe should not be surprised if there had been some queer people in tbe family, as tlcre were in every other family. We may al be peculiar. I don't know. But we are not crazy." Seldom does en; hear a iatlcr-in-!aw speak of hi adopted daughter as IcnJIy as Mr. Silas Tilton speaks ol Ebzabe'h. They were expree s ons similar to It-O'e of his wile put in a rmn'r language. He b:s faith in her. "If she is in fault, she is s'cusd against more than the ha sinned. But I will be lieve nothing," faid he; "I don't know what (o make of it." lie at first siioke sharply and "'lardcdlv. but alter a time, when his mind iccallcd the career of his boy, he converted earnestly and long, not upon the merits of tic cac itself to much a the one actor ia it nearest his heart. It was the genuine tribit'e of a father to a son whom from carlv boyhood he had marked fcr great deeds and a noble name. He related the stones of the child, of the fits, rcbool life, and of late ycais; how great men bad pointed him out rs a brilliant etudent, ' the most forcillc writer md tbe powerful ora'or of his time." 'Theodore would always do what he be lieved to be right and true. If he is wrong now there is no malice in him, hot be U elmply mistiken. If be is right be never would have told the woi'd of it had he not been drivtn to it by bitter t.iigues and pens." Such were conic of his thought. And then he asked: "Do they help lo cnish him by writing falsehoods about him and his f imilr? They tell that Iim ancestry were insane, when nothing could be more crnl!y fle. Tli-y sa? bis Uncle el ed a drunkard, alihcugh be ii'vcr drank, and that bis old father i a drunkard, which is uutru?. Dj they l.ope lo strike him don by such mean's?" Mr. Tilton was asked if it were true, in had been reported, that Theodore had neg lec'cd the "old felts" during the pas- yeara sinre he became a writer and Irciurci? "Nolhirg of the kird," he ars.reml, vehemently ; "I have never met Theodo-e Tilton in New York or elsewhere when be did net receive me and treat me afJFectiona'e ly. He has urgtd nio time acd again to nuke visits lo hi I o't-e iu Brooklyn, and Mis. 'lil'.on has lieen there very often, but T am a beme-bady, and luve seldom been tlicic. Then, too, Theodore has invited me eeveral times durirg llt-j past few yeara to travel with bim en his lecture trip3, one time lo the West, another to Maine, slid shorter distarces. In rnar.y waya he has shown ranemberanci of us, and in ro war inrihirg like nighct," Mr. lilttn remarked agiin: "Theodore without c'oubt has his fault', and I gne.s be mide a mi-take in cs.'oc'atin with the Wood hull', but that didn't l:s: Ir.rg, and he will yet recover from it" influ-ntc I hive had grer,t faith in him and have I o' given it up yet." Mr. and Mrs. Tilton a-e mcmlc-s of the Bi tist Church. MEDICAL. Rheumatism. Scalds, Lameness. Neuralgia, Sore Throat. Hoarseness. Headache, Toothache, W Bams. Soreness, Boils, Wonntls, Ulcers. Braises, Piles, Sprains, Colic, Old Sores, All Hemorrhages, DuuTBcea, etc. DSEXfli M KEARNEYS FLVID EXTRACT BUGHU! Tne only known reme-Jr or 'Briglit's Disease!" MISCELLANBOUa SECOHD AJTB IfrJBT Grand Gift Concert. IV AID OF THS MASONIC BELIEF -ASOOTAOTIOIN-, Of Norfolk, Virtfmi. Thursday, Sept. 3d, 1874. THIS enterprne Is eondaeUd by the Masoxic Keuef Assoaano.. orKosroLX, Va., un der taiboriiy of the Virginia I tcialamre (act patt ed March 81k, 1873), f w the purpose 01 railing funds to crnp's e ths Maaoolc Tempi now In course of ertctioa ta Kotiolk. 50,030 Tickots-00 Gash Qif s. TO BE GIVEN AWAY. A Kett Fkitcce, to trrr: X Rift is Guaranteed to one ofcTtry ten Consecutive Numbers. MISCELLANEOUS. DR. BOH ANNAN OaVa,sTs. tlSKorth Fifth street, (brtweea Wuh ingtoBST. sadeiracBstrceUj, ST. LOUId. HO. -vs um am Wst?llsVVWYifsW filiEiaESKf And a poeiitTe remedy tor GOUT, GRAVEL, STKICTUrSTS, PI ABET tS, nYSPETSIA, NFnVODS DEBILITY, DE0P5Y. Kon-rcteolloa or Incontinence or Urine, Irritation, InOasication or lilcersiln ot tbe BLADDBE & KIDNEY 3 ! PS EBUATOB BB (E A , Icucorrb(ca or Whites, Vlunsn of ths Pnatnts (iUnd, fclone in thi EliJJcr. Clcnlis, Qrarcl or Brckdut Oeotalt nnd Mucus or Milty L'ischirges. KEAENETS EXTRACT BUGHU Pirraant ntly Cures a'l Diseases of ths BLADDER, EIDSEYS, ASI DKOrSICAL SWELLINGS, llxislisg in Men, Wosrcn and CUUurea, QT NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE 1 Trof. Etcilo sts: "Ono bottle of Kearney's F.uid Extraci Duchu ia wonh more than all other liuthus eowbln-d ' rilce. One Dj'Jirrr Doltle, or Fia B.tl!?sfor FT8Dolla:s. Depot 104 Duane St-NewTork Sold byDrnsgists cvtrvwhero. CRANE & BR1GIIAM, Wholesale Druggists. fas Fea.-.cim-o, Cal. 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HENBV V. MOORK, Secretary, MASONIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION, Norfolk, Va. Agents AVaatcd Etcryirher. Inly leodAw CHAMPION CtHiTJES Fer Honscheld IJhc. TO THE A Wocdcrfui Engine. Tbe CarKs j'limpirp ens;iiic tor the I'rav ider.ee water voiLs is a jiairel of automat c re!f-r;iilat.on '1 he prob.eta of ilisjiecf i g nith a promt rc-crvo r or ttndpipe tor hch mi vice, tie Cor i s Company l.aao'.Trtl br tt.C coastruci u ot an unique "taMf en Aw," capitis f pnmp'njt 6,100 000 cf pal Iocs of Water ptr duni, or morr, if nfedtd at is to t y, it tvery ouilet from the snp ply picsd STibu'e.l over the hinh rvice of tbe ciiy were ctcstd S3 entirely that co water rhatvcr"apil, the pampirg arrj ra'.iM remain- pc f ctly at rest; bat tbe in stint any apprvcuble ootll oceans the machinery, with no human aid intervening, pioncda to niprlr the waste. It ha been known to be over Cv and a half mirotcs in malinj a sinitli- revolution, movi g iexn larly all tbis rime, l.owtver, and Capable ol ir.crcaai g- this rate clrast immedistely to more titan thirty revolutions a minute acd all that of its own zrcotd. TtUBonaetf. An early impnrtaiion of bonnets ftoai the beftP-risiaB anilinrrs indiemtta what th fasbici a ol nex seamn will be. Tbe shapes are lirse, wnii nun, soit, txix-pieited croan, aid flitiig brims tnrced up dirtc ry in frost, and are v:ry com fact looking, without f trmrs or streamer. Tee winter colors will be cf tbe darkest possible shades. just o black. Ihose ox wntch Freaeb aoil iiarra are most bope.ul are moose eolar.bloe re', not b.-owr. that is almost blade, navy bloe, rioUt, olbe, the daik clarat rbadr, kaowa as HedeBardaaax, aad aaviaible arecn. Sometimes tbe same ahade of two or taree saaieriau i seea ia oae Bat;, ia others are extteaae' akaaiea ol aswcolar, list ligritsst bestBcciatd with tie aaikaat. aa lk color with Batcown. The a,isjalsal oatberof bjeceta. Ism wifercat calocp. OwJIrUsAdci.aaslit'sTia U-ia ferasi xrwlaad sssea&B. atjUaasBsasw.f ealiv The Immaculate Sol. S 1. Miller hss always gnat B'rrsi lo bi knowledge and ability, trhtn tooling. Lis own tuzjo, and has iricd to make tbe ho ple of Kaiisisbclitvc that what Lc didn't know wouldn't make a primer, would wouM cladly have it fail! I c frames tbs opii.iorg and controls ths attion ol the peo ple of Kbnsas; and unites a put lie otnrer will d aa Boldtnan bid. Le immtdiatc'y begins a tiiade of blackuuardi'm agaiut him. But he srd his like have ben beautiful y played on', till n w he is Fcarue ly even respected at home. In a recent is sue of bis paper he a.'MTU that Al Sander Bank. Ward B'lrlintaiEC and Dive m- mirt are the only men mentioned for Strrc- tary of n ate wh are competent ol h'Wdn g the po-i iom. Now, we desire lo inform Solomon that Lc does rot know everything, by a long way; that Lc U co: r cquiinted with every peron in tl c Sta'e cf Kvsas. and has no rivht to arsrrt rucb unmiisatd falrebooJs. Therp are other candidates who etaml equal with the atiove gentlcn.cn. in point of ability and hoi.es y, aud no mi-iak-. We assert, and knowingly, too, that M. W. C-ml r ia their equal in erery rc Sjitxt. Baxter Republican. Gentlemen's Dress. No gentleman wro tLii.ks about it can fail' to see thru a very grtatdealof men's ail Bering during our fummer, is due to tne doibts tht-v wear. It is not the weigU of tie car- menu, or their warmth, which caLSes thi', bat their fashion. For tbe trouble begits with the ViTf shiit; and eurcly no othr Gar ments so absurdly ULfltted to ill? nquirc men!B of naiure as occ of cur shins it in summer was ever worn. It is contrived to fret us just in tLc place where wc wish to be frtet, and where we feci freltiig the ioosi the ock and writ; md ita perftci cjndi ion is ju-t that which thit fritting is pur est to.dtstroy. What incoberuily cou'd to greater than that of a s arelierirg man and a starched shirt ? A cellar made of three or four thickuesies of linen, starched ft. ff enough to tarn a pis tol butlrt,and ba.lt n-d round the throat out side neck-ben 1 hat ts thick and almon as ftifl; wristbands conforming to ihe same i a tern in all ropects, and a shirt-bosoni like a bleached brt at-pl ate this it oar fitvt prepira ion to mett the fierce heats of Junv, July ami Acgu't Then we button our troti-trs lightly a ound cur wai'ts; we roust fret our hoald is with lrac, ar.it we mn't put on a W'it roat. NERVOUS & DEBILITATED OF EOTII SEXES. So Charge for Adrice ml Gmtultalion. Mis. J. B. DYOTr, grsduateof Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, author of several valuable work?, can be consulted on all diseases of lie Sexual or Urinary Or gan?, (which he has made an especial study) either in male or female, no matter from what cauFC originating or of how longstand ing. A practice of 30 years enables him to treat diseases with sneers. Cures guaran teed. Cbargw reasonable. Those at a dis tance can foranl letter describing symptoms and csclc-iDg tfsnip to prepay postage. Send for the GU'le lo Health, Trice 10c. J. B. DYOTT. M. D., Phyeieian and Surgeon, 101 Ojane St. N.Y. jin23-lS3 CHAMPION GLUE Mends Farniture flaBawaaiiawsssKflKaaaBawESXaaaB.awaa1UawsasMaw CHAMPION GLUE MnrL Crtac; cry CHAMPION GLUE Meads Glnsstrare Eatakllasaed tas 8t. ftaanU m IK37- Cores all Frlrate Diseases In a abort Urn-, either la male or fenule; charges low fees ;u;ea co racr cury DB. BOHANNAH'S "Trcstlseon e'pecUl IHa enei." which lully explains tto natarr. causes. symptoms, Ac, of"-penna'3rrhea,"or '-einiaai Weakness, Syphilis, Female Compt-ists,sll la- Marriage, and valuable information pediments ol Marriage, and valual onotber deucate subjects, tentritLi; to addresi, n plain, sealed envelope, on recc pt or one stamp. EEMISAI. VSAKHES3 CUBED. . B'UANKAK'S "VEOlTAULi: CDLA - " permaocntly cures all forms cf 'Sptrrcat i ea or 'Seminal Weakness in from t wo t even weeks time. It restores Lost Power an trteff back the youthful Tigorol tbow who bar utrryed it by sexual excesses or cti! practices bis remedy has been used by Dr. Cuhannai i .is prirate practice tor oer thirty years, and ha never failed in curing eren tbe worst cass. Price F1t Dollars. cnt to any address, (fr) from ob- serratlon). SYFHaiS CUBED. DU. BOHANKAK'S VcgiUbJOfyi.biIi-oroMi amated to permanently cure 'sYl'dlLIV in all stages, and eradicate the last Testige of Syphil- 1c poison from the system. Those haring tbr du- ose lurking in their blood, concealed from obscr- -atlon.in Ira constitutional form, thereby jcopard- Udsg the health and happiness ot another, as well aathatof their odspring, should Immediately us- thla medicine, and bo cund for UFf. Fr'ceFiTe Dollars. Eent to anr address. CEJtTAIH CUBE FOS FIXES. DB. BOUAMNAN'S 'Pile Ointment Is guann- teed a certain rare for Pic. do matter what form or how longstanding, in from three to tire days. rnceune lonar. eenno any auttrcra thy man fifteen cents extra for postage). Address Dr. (X A. BOH ANN AN, No. CI j Nort Fifth tilreet, Bt. Louis, Mo mm rersons remitting monevbr mil! tor medi cines, will send by a ToitofSce Order or '1;15- exea Lieiier. deci7d.xw MISCELLANEOUS. The GraDgers9 NORTHWESTERN; Supply Co. Wholesale Prices to Consumers. In crJer to co-operate directly with coasumers, we havo inzu3nrjtel a system by which you can pro cure fre-h and cf the flneat qua lty. traa, eosees. and family suppllci ofer.ry oescriptioa, at soar bom's, at wholesale pricxa. Sltua td. aswwart. In he rea'rc ot tne gnat tea-ma t of the 0nlled Slates, buying solely tor ca h with AgeoU ta Wew lork and can Francisco, we cat, and will furnish teas of better quality, and much b-Iow any other respot jil.Ie houe; ono trial otour touda wifl satis fy ycu of tbis fact, and sire yon from thirty to fifty cents per pound. Ta msoa why we caa make Ibis rystem profitable, both to ibeconmmer and ounelres, is, that w do away with tbe ruts ouspanoitnitcUngatnt!, and the eredit,and ' 'middle man' ' aysttm. You can ord-r in quan ity to auit-fiom one pound upward. For full list of tarn ly scpp.ic, ate., lease send for price list. CKFCHESCES. ''Industrial Age." I: Z. tlerrc. Union National Bank, Chicago. J. tV White A Co.. Uummissioa ilsicnants, 101 South Water street, Chicago Pra'rie Farmer CumpanT, Chicago. Jenkins Holmes Proprietors Clifton Ilcuse, Chicago. Vf aar other reference that maybe required. Addnasall enmmunicatioas to Northwestern Supply Co. Cn.S.n.IIAW,i'gcut,No. 9 State St., Chicago. N. 1). Hiring connect'on with two ot the lead ing ComiuSsa'on ttoutes ol Chicago, wo wl 1 recti re all kinds of Farm Prcdnre, livcatriita tentlonto the busi'.os and make returns same day of sale. jilnell-w-IKT ? CHAMPION GLUE HcudH Stoiieware CHAMPION GLUE Mnds AnjIhlBK Ask Your Druggist for It. CHAMPION GLUE For Mead Work. CHAMPION GLUE I-'or 1'Ki.er Bex Manafitciarera CHAMPION GLUE tte Best and Ci eapest ia tbe siarket Office, 182 Sooth Water Street, near Lake ft reel Cridgr, CUli-AQO. may 15 codAw BECKWITH pohtaisle: PABIILT gewing MachinE S20 820 S20 Mfl Hh MUSIC BOOKS FOR SCHOOLS. HOUR OF SING-INGr. Price SI. For Ilfssa Scssoola. Well rroved, hlclilr pspu'ar, practical and iise tul look. By hMMETihON A i'lLltN. AMERICAN SCHOOL MUSIC READER. Book I. MeeM rente. Th-a charming number is for Primary 8chools; has full dlrectlors for teachers (In fineprin ), and dellgbtlul little graded exercists and songs for the children, AMERICAN SCHOOL MUSIC READER. Booh II. Price SOcenla. For the schools and classes rett shore Primary echoola. AUvancs well Into tne eitmcnis. AMERICAN SCHOOL MUSIC READER. Book Hi. price 0 reals. For the higher classes of Common Schools. The shore books' are by EMMER'ON A TIL. yt, are uoroni pleasing and us. ful DR. WHITTIER 617 St Charles street. St Louts. iVo H bcea Ungt en;a;ti ia thi i-p-cUl t-Miract frail Vonereal Sexual an-l Chronic Dlccsccf. Ua aaf ctacr Pcaiciaa la M Loui.a ctj prr taw. Sjfphlll. Gonorrhcoa. Cloot, Stricture, Orchitis. Hernia, cr Rupture, -i Urinary sklncrbonesr &-- t'ui wiia apiralkinl iMCcc o la!e l eurtlss r-lBd;!f r. Spormatorrricca, Sexual Debility and I m potency, aitta remit orcra&ufia jouta, spk 4Uxcssi.iat.t3rr ytmrm, roner ei3if.ati4Iiifli prodot suaa of (& tia tCects: ntrvntxuu, ntt mi4JU. dtlOitf, (lisi cf tfjSt. d'fstttv vuw.tV, flMpUeatkfactp1trieitdcet, mrcralc tJtoiteytj ftmxlt, tanfuaion cf iit it, rat efezmt pever, tts . rf a 6-riaf marrlaKOjmproper r unhappy. ro penuaeaur carrsT Piaj let t J ptX rasUtii-jt toti aHT, aiia uaZecnvtlo?tt far two p-up iciest. , D' senses peculiar. to women. AMiamrtw, DftntncrrkOitrlte-mrTkist, AcvdrrrAcn, rr M e. CMratistIHt&'mtddltpts-mentcftb4Kii, Surittty, ffe ncrsfallj Urn ed. DtseripUTC praiU t imI Ud for t w itB3p. Acs wlt ciFrruzcs to &j re lie pen. It I Pdf CTi Itrattaat a PbTlelin treat d; tL f aadt f ease rrcTy year acqalrca crcat ttiU, Fhjac!ai kaaaiag tl frciacatly racconmvi afrtca to oy cire. Coaflaaill.i eoafamUoa. per-oaal y cr ty letif, ftesir Untas wTba It Is lacoBTrcleat ta tUU taa tltj Ut itrA neat.mt4llacaaieacatoeiprc9S3rciaUeTCTT:F. Carvabla etavt cuiraatecJ, tere doabt c tUt U U fra-' y rated. CO: Imvi : 9 A. 11. ta I P. II. Enaley. 12 11. tc ir.lt. PtmmMmVTt9tgtrtctif ox any lnritT.ru j tezi tfTcf (t ( efist. Hat nUat rlcg tae Jeor ttL Ta uViAflttalawitoil.oaieortwelvTe'n11t taof t fxttailrt ta h Maatry. cciaracUx Rccctioa a-l CaBiiatisa roma Casrdlax aal t'cplaff aprta?a. UexU:vtel aad Vapor Ba'hs; a cenprehtalT Latoraturr veer all raedltfeet ct;d la lbs ft abUiIunea t aro prrpstrJ. aad raot Important ot all tba Library, vhcratlaollaol laftt ftaajrd wertfl cf ell U; acaocla ot culiclae ara fbaad. aUla.tniairata. Uf cits aadeslortltoLV, nittatraU'cil3si .lTi3"!vt.wsasciitart:bce.i prKat fron KaH. rr-, rrrt:l.M cf cxpne. aad rotb rand la tay tlir Lllrarr la lb rl7 Tn-I.Irar 1. Ibr wir1 xn tJ fl'fff. AdSrrt a ? Zzzt-zjr.; iTi a,, r. rm i A POPUIaAS Ll15ICAIi SOOKi MANHOOD ! ms -rayMARRaACE! KiplaIalBiwbarayin!Ty, wi-i ccf.iiT. 3 Znr-eJ. (und f Jfarrtjj Cias" Ctrr)-,ca acl Cura LatarbyiIols?tl8alcieTt-ica la lt IztcreetlLg faauai af Bfprodactioa. JLboatprertotlfa. Stxuat etatmtnt ltaanralffcta,ri haocdrAlaltB. fexaaZcraiutivi laBsdddlaaraldase.froa wbitevrr css a! b&t eat badoaa Is aacacc. Abeuttis-Va ca ta faceaal UoadlarrmitlM. Wayaor pwp ar premitatalj la'na. AiltaatthdoobtfalcrlarajitiTevUaUir"sr. Afia y Uiaatrmtd3t0pcboc.ciQLxlIr:j zxzch Intirmz-Un tr ta Mmrried, or tho conttmpl4tti9 rzrrwz. a trvt aaartlaceitjijeana jrlrats eana-cicr. Etat u aay a!-, rrardf ualtd, by mall, f.r U ceau, I j DOCTOR WHITT1SR, 617 St. Charlca St., ZU Iiaii. !o. J1.wf1wAf''t-,lsar, S" i(rtiitr(.ieiticnii """'''"" rtUttmautkmiote.aiulltetirn lonscr locatsd jr. Ils 0 et T C'i lait Vkttiaa. Read rtla works nnd turtle for yourself. VvMKHlrnattXim rrwnl or Ijiwil frtt.a-d tnwiuJ. Xctrg Ittttr of Uquirf x.it cnt tt&vp vuvmd. NEW OFFERS K NEW IDEAS! Seethe Grand Gifts OF Our Fireside Friend To Ita Sjbsaibcrs. Fntlrely new and unprecedented, and such aa win Interest erery one. You mla it if yoadon'i snd for samples and full particulars which are sent fr(c 1 M.K THE GUEAT WATCH OFFEU! Ole FiarstDC Fhiesd is now in Its Fifth Velum-, tbor. n.biy established a the leadirw family aud it ry Weekly in tbo Union, has the largest c rcuiatlon, and th best appointed printing ami puiilibin eitablUhtuent aad build ng In tie n oi is lai"', .igut-pajze illusira'ed and orli inal family We-Iy, price thre dollars per an num. Lrerrsubscr b-rrecelreamiguficeot pre mium and a sia.e In the distribution S.b.-cribe ntiW, Tire lVant Agents. 17o want a rcprrsentatiro in erery nelghVor ho.l Nothing equals It for agents, male or fe traV, ynungorold. Large Caah wages and a 8u 1 rb nuifit, excIusiTc terrl ory,wuich Is 'api'ly n lin; in-. 51 us- ap ly at once. rib-ciibe bi njin,t threw dollar', al r cire the paper use yenr, a ma.nibcent premium, ah re in the dis tribution, and re-Ire a o Fkkk a Complete Outfl orwnd for paniculara Name territory desired in rit'ng Addicts Watkss A Co.. fublishera. Chi.iuo, III. May 1C.316 5ATIN GLOS-s STRrR fAC-SWftS fmjm$i mmm. i fP WHAlt iy, Cc-'VZT70nsfelgl The abore Medals present an array ol IrrclataVo testimony In faror ol the following named roods, well wrrthyoftheterious consideration ol all who want tbe be-taudmot economical; each medal re presents a decision at a separate Board of scientific au Dislntere-Ud Jurors. .No errater erldeac. uperiority can possibly be submitted. Commtnts ofthe Minufacturers on all nottiin'acrcto. Puryeas Satin Gloss Btarch, IH SIX rOCSD BOXES AND OXE POONP PAPEE5. Try it. Gires a Beautiful White and GVawy Finfs, lcidei renders Fabrics i Durable. So other Starch to ctwiy wed, or to iurotowiraf. Use it Once and yon till Usa no Other. DURYEAS' IMPROVED 00EN STARCH Manufactured by a greatly ImproTed proees. fro n thi best releetcd Indian Corn, warranted perfectly urc. anl MttlS. 1S7S GRICULTURAL WaREHOUS AXD SEED STOZUB. . (sardrii C1I7 C'Hiijier l'lovrs I ttfiilns anil Wnlklux Cnltl. laiors, Thomas Smoolhins Harrows, KOAD fcCRAPEP.3, . FIELD EOLI ERS. Potato riantcT, Ilorsand Hand Corn Planters Sulky Hake-, Crn bhellers. F- ol Cutters, Feed Jlilts, Farmera' llollerj, lxj Powers, Churns. S C It (Ml t'X 3 KLjLiS And FA P. SI j J- 1 J 1 J iKJ, ASreots for Anitman t: Taylor's Vibrating Tcrcslnrfr Maciiincs and Bursa rowers, ana hlanslleld, f oxtabls Steam tnglaes. W. H. BANKS & CO., Wholrsalc and Retail Deal.'rs In rami ?J.tchinprj, Inn)lenifnt4SecL, 34 & 36 Month nl Btret, C7Z3CXO.GrO. Atj-ining Entrance to Tunael. Hay 2l,weowG Pronounced ly JTJROR3 ot GREAT INTERNATIONA la E.t!.H'H.V, TO TR TUK "PEBITOHON OF QXJALITr." A trial wl'I Insure ita popu'arlty eTerywhere. rtone genuire without 'Iuryeas' " on erery package. For sale by Grocers general. y. BE SUBB "DURYEAS" ' IS ONT SVEEY PArKiGE. denernl Ircpol, 2!). 31 al :::: P.trk Xl:ito, K. T. ar11-edaw-203 MACHINER1-. specie twmom welt arraagel, practical, Caaaty. Utility & Strength Combined TITA no Toilsome Tread of titt Treadle. BECKWITH SEWIBO MACHIHB CO. ca UroadwatyIlew Tork. rll-codlw-IOT Champion Washer. Ma was ian mtnmn mm Wat Krs. TQton ia Wast! From tbeNew Yora; Ileiald, Auiu-rt 5. Ahritf cOnTe-suton with tbe (trocers of theliltnn family i a to rrhttber ihtro was any stint in the laruily supply cnmpliined of I v Mr. Tilton shows, in the lanjruie, ot om of the firm, that "Mr. Tilton wai both a liberal acd a pmmptpayioccnromer.and at no time teed Mr, ail on to bare been without an abundant sspulr ci food. She ro ild ret all the wanted. Mr. TH'on paid wh never it pleased bim. r-'emet rxus the btirran for a month. T.n Ion. er; bet we were DtTer uneasy. He was excellent pay, aad we ware torry to lose so good a cnt'm- rr. The parchasf a were alwa a iiDerau au. TUtoo has paid upwards ot $-00 at a lime, sad waa a trs -clacs enstoaer. He does sot owe es a cewt. Mn. Ttltoa geaermily made tbe familT parcbasesor lse the toed were boegfat ia her nasse; acd he, when eallrd upon for atttleateat, always paid cheer-folly." lafWilfl?lflr S titJgZaieJ wsa-SaaMsiiiati wauasy- aTssSwsswsaaaw-s' CHEERFUL VOICES. Price S resits. In great demand, and is oa. of the lest collec tions of ichool songs crcr published. By L O. F.UEBSOK. Tho abore books rent post-paid on iccsipt ol retail piice. H 0UVER 0ITS0N A Co.. CHAS. H. BfTSOsI A CO., Boston. 711 araaaway, N. T. cuRj-eodiw Price Waly 7.5i. Washes Clean! Washes Fast! A Family Waahlns; caa b. done la OCTXI2 It possesses the adrantase of Poitahlllty, welsh nl. IT IK.' f !htn ft t. fn.Ml.1t .. . .T KJ liur-bility, it is made o- hard maple, calranlzed Ing only IT IM; Cheapness, it ts furnished at S7.50 ron and nei; simplicity, ItemtjdieMhepriuci pie of hand-washing the smalt rolls on lop ol w'aauoart aojuiung anemseires ro tne domes, glringan ereu pressure, A CHILD CAN WORK IT. It will wash dean both WTittbanda and collars aa well as a 10 &. blanket. It Fits in iC'.m Tnb. - AGENTd W.IK 1 ED in ere J county aud Slabs. Address CALKINS CHAMPION WASUER CO., 307 Clark St., CHICAGO. CWIf there is noasent la your town send 17.50 and we wili deliver Washer ttae of expense. AKIXAiXa KALYASD Arenta,. aprSO-eodaw S03Shawoe Mr., Lesrea worth. A IVawf Xat ar a Biahaf . Front ta Fwtisaa (Or.asa) BuleUn. The Ciaeitiuti ptpeta think it wonatrrbl shawaaWMaaamcttT..fara ! taft. jampafraata-heicbtf lbS feat iUs ti ttrttr, aaw vwaafa wfUfwasaas aasfst .sfaw twascwe- aioai dida't kill hla. Ia ths islaad et Ha- 1-waii, at the hrww hlls of the Kisaaa, stir the Bert off iiito, "auta aoja eaa argot to kaaraaaetil 110 f-et hfh iato the riser awawaaallpay af aieawas,aad aa hat Wr awaai swaaVath .ar laiar ml aar af tataa W aahlraBr- lyrfiwiiHaal spataaalBawaaiBftaeaVaaaalwwIsaw DB. EOGEBS' .EGEnBLEioeisniP; A brave man may frnffT pa'n, when inflicted upon B.msrl, nenscaby t but he CtnMt see. Ms Child Suffer. ' There ts bo other malady, ladsleat to childhood, that is accompanied with snore lide-cribable wietchtdte ia the tittla sufferers than that PRODUCED BT WORMS; aatd when th. parsat faHy essap erasads tee site ataaa,hewil awtd.syaaaeasttat ta sas.ilas lbs Best p oaptaaj eaacwat tftrawaJaat tatour. th ex atsJoaoftb tatred r. Tads ii sissy arry b ML RaSBaV tTAatE aaaa syitUP. rawtssbear la wdad that KuOaMta WCBat SOTaFlstte ntlab! Va aRamaRamW BaTK' SAMARITAN NERVINE! Is the great remedy for EpI lep ic Fit, ConTulaians and fepa'tna. it is an iarallib. rrmedr. A certain and sure rur a every caa, of long or ni'isiaaoinf,, is mauer.noi how manr dorton lute tried their sk 1 and tailed. It has bees te-ted by hundreds, and never wasjkaown to fall la a ingle caa. Come or send im-.me-iiaielr tor medicines and erareuer. Atrial bottle will tM Mnt to anT on. anff-rfn with th abete named dltea- Ses. Alwara tin nam. at your ozp.ess ofBee, when ordering medicine. SPEEDIXY CUBED ALL Chronic and Kcttous Diseases of both exes, at rersonable prices. Yonng men who are aufieririjc from nervous dtbillty, a weak, nerr ous. ex hauted feeling, ao energy, low spirits, con iS wek raeeaory, etc., pe.manently Females can consult toe, personally or by letter, about any ol tho diffleullles Ine dent to Ihe sea, with the a'sursnee of speedy relief. All commu- uwuwn sinci jy coanoeni tai. Enclose two sian.p. for a. Illustrated Journal of Health a complete tr alls ca all chronic dlsea-es, containing upwards of sixty pagea; also, a Short tectare on MarrL-ige. It ts a hook Ih.t every fam ily ought to bare, and no one should be without it. To the weak aad slrkly oae, it lays ban the cause or the roaaiy, pJnUoert ths, remtdy and directs how to retain that preesoua boon, tirer 1,500 pa tients an bow un Jex iiuslaaiiil Plea state when yoa nw this advertisement. Address, DR. H. A. RICHMOND, (P.O Box7ll.)SUJo-eph. o. Office: On Frsncla atnet, oppoaiu radfle HoteL luaat-aodaw-SS LITTLE CHAMPION REAPER IMBaRRRRRRBaMS ! ' "w ' " I. C. JBIiACKlrlaiX. 3I:tn:ier. RANCH HOURK n.VRRI5? M AK UPACTURINO rOMl'AKV. WAsiTACTt'nrrjt or LITTLE CHAMPlOK Self-Sake REAPER 6 MOWER. PBAIEIE Cll Y SEEDSB, Jaucsvillc. Wiscoiisia. The Litlle Champion rtitj six feet. Lisliteft Dralt mat!e. Sicjlo r;hccl Reaper and two wheel Mower LEAVENWORTH BRANCH. 607 CHEROKEE ST. aprwtt VAKIILA. LEMON, n7G.t For Flavoring Icj Crcan, Cake3 & Pastry, With pxat care, by a nevr process, n-f ext'dct from the true, select Fruit ant Aromatic3, each characteristic flavor, and produce Flavorings oj rare excellence. Of great ttrenglh ar.d perfect purity. Jifo poisonous tils. Escry fiazcr cs rep mented. So deceit each bottle fuil meature, nolding one-half nore than other purporting to hold sarr.e quantity Use their jnce, will use no other. Tin mott delicate, delicious flavor esertr.ade. So superior to tbe cheap cxtracls. As& for Dr. Price's BpeciaaFisvoiingrs. Van olacturedoalyby STEELS &PEIC3 Depots, CHICAGO astl ST. iCUI3 Uaafceturer of Dr. Price's Crczsi Bak&S JPouder. Hal ted SlHttH ami Foreign SAI.AMAHDER FELTING CO. SEWINOMACHINE . THE NEW AMERICAN aViSSar WOCXnaCPiaaplaavsl aV.GEKS' WORVSTaOPIsIiteibrehiMnti. BPfOna-wuBsi aYsurr isaUt-i-4cstnn GBw.- WOnc BTBVFIervciaalai an-iawatar -wussaa axatar a-MMwwiraiMraaaaM aaaiasiBia waa-aaaMfttMyisra XUWaBLa. ItesawaawaB MJ.MMT. ayaata ariai. RaRjt. araj. RJKf-it n "CAVslEaf SKJaaiaisiiaa. rsaVaaaRaWK.. u'f ""'i ' Tr etiy aslsssraat.. saw Bsatww' ajRf) MsBVasafRMatasVaM. A Utrel of ElmpU-citj- aad DoratiJltr Abasti af all eosaswt itors la laascwra Bitai, aad lass tarsst FfwssMaVehlaaaew befasa th tatle. FeUXawtwilat, It ataaas tha laast goa.vltllss.ss' Btliaaawa4aeJjasAasBajfaaBBBBBa IPi CvgjNUlN.m Grangers Depot and Genera! Supply Office of Agricultural S.udla Il'us rated Citatosne, Pattern and Tiiee Mp SJ9 . 2(wsws1Mh:S PEORIA FOUNDRY & -SEts-- "Gs'-hHjp AND MACHINE SHOPS. HgiftIS i (ff - 7&Zii' f -W NICO-S BURR & CO., MANUFACTURERS OK FLCUR, MILL and DISTILLERY MACHINERY- DUNBAX5 PATENT STEAM PIST0JI Verlf-nrent I'ntent c'nlilrcssla CflllIltSS. 0 jTs Paienl Sc.1-0.fin? Hangers and Boies. Shafting and Pulleys. Asjnts fjr StilfreU's Patent Heaters. asD Gardner & Judson's Governors. CorVt,Sn8utds.ce,s,PEORIAlILL. Fpeir'at attention given to onlr rs from alirccil. j in-2wISl Agents, Combinations, To achieve the grratest sacccs. Atcnts will talo hoM ofourimcrinalea Bible CcmWna'it.n, the Comhination i;;oli List, cr. ostr j:av and ciiajiT comci.vatiox. Tlicve 'jVo-ls &11 always ami everywhere. A.Urcs GOODSPHED'S nJIPIKK P0BU3UIK(J HO (feE. Chicaio. Wf have the sjencjr for Ihe publications of John E. Potter A C in2rJ-w-l?' Ajenls WanlsJ for t!ie Life ard AUven'xrcs ol KIT CAB80N- anJ Aulhc:.icl.lferf A erica's sreaillllNTa'It, 3C0UT and UUIDE eTer i nt. lhel. Contains complete Jescrptionso" Ibe led an Tribes of the tar West, anl afull accmnt ol tbe Moducs anil tbeMoJoe Var. A .rad cri''nni,T tn raise ra sev. 11 ustrate-i circulars tent free. Adtres 31. . PA UK LEA CO., maTl9 1!" w ZS IV Madlsia St.. Chicago, IH. iintrqnAETEiis for neneralt3oatbwt.ern I'erartmentlirJ. . '"aseA f'o.'s Tnitahlny 3Ieilns. Cl mir. i itrs ard Woodburr Pow.rs, ronable and Staiioiar E-gins. j;ew acj hrcotd-ban I. biump lu le-a, Mh wltx Pulrerlr-rs. EasleFn d Cities. Ural-. Drills. Plows. I'uiap.. ""lite V.Vc.us, Post Hole Dig ger, Wlae Presses, Cider Mill., bickle (iriodirs AcnicSIde birln Wagmt aLdUug;Ics. Also General Commission iv oi chants. aWCorslgnments rtspeclful y sollcite-l. frend for Circulars and I rlco I Itts ot 21achlccrr. julylB-eiw233 ' KoTTsrrarBaw-ap a tvsntrsd ta vteskwttla TUssascriuMatkiaa tnrrmmTT waft tasv araa vwaa tiwMSs sa.aarl tla asriras 1 Iiaaala.ssisAArai wfttel m taslr KTAnDabD jtiCHlSa I atttasoaitast aawaa taai s lail taatttt ass. r . r. Ial.say rTsaaT-J fiTls.fT" Ma. asatMstast awaaMltaaata as 9mgmm; - PTraocC Mljajar, a-aajrn&asiijTt - .v.-. taw?T3or.a-r-j--t '-' J-5i-r?SyswaawaaaaaaaMaa-ajs MAjrTJFACTUEEE3 OF Non-Conduct ing Cenrnt, Caretiaa; Steaaa Pipes?, Bailers AMD HOT HI. A NT PIPE?. Pnfaees aT7 Iaro SaTia? ia Foe!. 8od by the Barrel, with fall instructions for ap plflnf. Ficea coverd br contract or toot, and warranted. For farther information, send for Circulars con taining Eastern aad Et. Loots references. WESTERN BBASCB lee in, sao Chealaat Street, Factory, 717 Seath Sixth Street, St. lMmiM.Mo. a W. THOMAS, President 14 OH MABKIAGI. STRAUB MTLI. WORKS rrtsfrsawM ainp.iM.tp" enaei.mn:ars.cwc .. f- rjer.ninDer swr Tli . taai rtaar MUI .. TlaaaTfl krr raatti Cafsak, Horn Powers. w.rnneievi aaa Cleaners. C.arimr. Ehattiac. of Mill Ma-.hTnri7asd alUlers' aneeliev. bid for Faansblet. Ktnststa Mill fa aw sway. Box 1M. Clsseln tl.. Cutigm Uret fCestern llanolactann; Co , Ageats, Leav enwurtb. Kan-xt spi9-weMw-3B 21iOOlS. EEoro ! And r;d about this. ITTOSIiEnFCL DISCOVERY'-A sure Core IV tor rri.rul ar. Been in us- ni tea years, anl nererknevutofau. H.r- ihi. nmMtr. anrt thn s'asef." rent in sr-aled enve'ope by mail J01 liOO. Adiifis !. E. G. 40NE . (ifex si r.oneiu bui atr2-'-2it3 Grafton county, Every family ihoald denaace to ire Id tf H AVOID QUACKS. aswjtasMYa-aaB Msa aMsathaaaseta aSifsrat Akwasaia tawJylUs. Kaiiil n awaaa. lasawaaaaai f sfsrvisas t si s 1 ssl. awaataaTaaaaaaaa. jsaw aaa ssaaAiala as aw a vnw'n r.fMrlvtndlaeretion., eauais debl ity. p emao're decay, Ac, ba'iag tried la Tin every adiertlnd iased. has dlaeavred a suaBleineaDsoisei'cuTa. wnicana wuissn i'a to bis let ow-snOVrs. Adflius J. H. KEETEd naataarjar-.Nw Tork. stJfSsVav-l EXTERMINATOIIS. mmmxttmturm mm jA.11,3.-2.C50 Mutual Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STAT2S. Principal Office. LeavenorSli, Kansas. H. D. MACK AY, President- a,Jt"XOI3ATl.S : E. HENSLKY, Vtce-rrei'f. (JliO. A. 3I00KE, Secretary. GFO. U. HISIJ, Banker. THIS. MORGAN, Contractar. J. a DODGE'S"!, Attorney, w, n. W. IIOII8TOS, Iron Iav.dmmertlal. GEO. A. MOOKE, Serreury. lrootox-w: II. D. MsCCtV, rrnIJer.1. F. btJUXl H Iosurarce. THOd. A. O M S, (Jovcrco-State o'EasviM. H. HENd EY Ires t I7.-,avln-i Bank. D. W. I AVE-1, Banter. Issue all tha DiOataat Forras of rolleies. Icelullar etGI-iTEEED AN"I TOST'SK niVIE!II Ko mtrletlons oa Eesideaee or TraveL Sellable and eQeieat AgcnU r.ntel in all th-Western Middle and Eastern outes. Apply directly to the Soeittr. auZs-99-iaw FLOUR sfcOXaTFRAIa COMMISSION MERCHANT, llSrgb .HU. lwi aai Mas mrmiwuj, B Iaai-, . iMHraaj. WaaaaaataiBtttararffaia, UmU mumtm sa cow- ... 5T&t,$ZoAto823 sup sjbjb Baaaaay. " - -aaaaajaab ' m ?, vti" -? i r t si iiiZir--'-