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THE SEAVENWOBTH WEEKLY TIMES: THITSRDAY, AUGUST 27, 1874.
$KttMs $imts
"BOWS' AST) OUT."
THUKSDAY, AUGUST 27, IS, 4.
Platonic Lore.
From the Chicago Tr.bnae.
The graphic narrative from "Gatli" of the
facts which be gathered relative to the
Beecher scandal, daring his two elsjs' visit
to Mr. Moulton and Theodore Til too, while
it throws a flood of light on many things
that have heretofore appeared mystexioos,
brings out one fact with startling promin
ence, that is, the dangers which lurk about
that sentimental form of affection known as
Platonic lore The whole drift of the testi
mony in this case, the statements cf Mr.
Beccher and Mr. Tilton, the incongrnorji
and conflictiog testimony of Mi?. Tilton, and
the letters and documents which have than
far been published, tend to stow that the
attachment between Mr. Beccher and Mr.
Tilton, when it first commenced, wai one of
rentiment and as 1'latcn'c nj even Plato
liiattelf might have tancht in any of liis
FympDsiums. It U pcsil.le it might have re
mained bo naa the conditions been favora
ble, that U, had Mr. Beetlier and Mrs.
iilton been persona of equal strength of
mma ana ot equal purity of purpose. JJsih
are sentimrntil in their idea?, and poetical
if no: rhapsodical by nature; but beyond this
thty are unlike in character. Mr. Btccbrr
ii a man built in a strong mould; strong in
physique; etrong in intellect; Ftrons in the
power to facinate others by the magnetism
of his presence; a man entitled to be called
a eeniu?, if a man in the American pulpit
can be called such. Mm. Tilton, on the eth
er hand, has shown by her testimony, and
even by the letters written to her htubind,
that she was a weak, foolish woman, whoe
reason is subservient to her emotions,
whose head is governed Ly her heart. As
Mr. Tilton and Ilr. Beecher are of similar
tastes and purpose?, although the former lits
the mainly frankness and boldnees of youth,
and the other the caution and evasion of age,
the opportunities for interviews between Mr.
Beccher and Mrs. Tilton were well nigh un
limited. Circumstances were favorable for
the consumation of this intimacv. Mr.
J.eecher is a religious teacher of consumnte
power axil eloquence, and Mrs. Tilton is by
nature a deepljr religious person. Mr.
Beecler is an eminently literary man, -and
Mrs. Tilton is a lover of literature. The
Platonic attachment, therefore, fed and
thrived upon religion and literature. Like
any strongly religious and weakly-gtojnded
woman, she idealized Mr. Iiecdier. lie
gradually grew in her imagination a siint,
who could do no harm. If she ever had a
fcrnple, he conld speedily remove it by the
assurance that no wrong could be done under
the cloak of religion, lie ministered to hir
li'erary pride by reading ta her and consult
ing with her iiWn 'Norwood," and the
"Life of Christ," and other matter he va
prepar.ng for the press; and Hie "L'fc ol
Christ" was subsequently made a conven
ient vehicle for the forwarding of appoint
ments when Mr. Tiltcn was away. fhu,
whether Mr. Beecher sfirted out with an
evil purpose or not, the Platonic friendship
carried these two along until Mr?. Tilton
wished that "Heaven had made her sura a
man." Having reached this poTnt, it was
easy enough for her to believe that Heaven
had done this for her, and the strong mir.il,
more and moie inllucncingthr treat one,tl.e
catastrophe may have come unawares.
In nine cases out of ten, the catastrophe
overtakes Patontc friendship, espicially be
tween married people, or bstween a mar
ried person on the one hand, and a sinule
t-erjoa on the other. It isslottbtful whether
even the Platonic loves of Djr.te and Beat
rice, or Petrarch and Laura, if all the faets
were known, and they were stripped of all
the glamor woven about them, would etand
the test of strict morality. So long as love
is physiological emotion, so lor" niti-t
Platonic love sooner or later be rudely shat
tered, and leave its victims iluttering in the
eiirt with Drolcen wings. Ibis is the inevi
table experience of the world,, and the soon
er the delusion is broken up the hater it
will be for those who have sentiment in
their composition, and arc disposed to give
it play for the pnrpose cf realizing the dog
mas of Plato. There may be rare and gifted
souls who have a sentiment for each other
rerfectly pure and innocent, but these affin
ities have no business in a family. They do
r.ot contort with the cares, the labor?, 'and
the duties of a home. -They may be pretty
in theory and beautiful in poetry and ro
mance, but they arc destructive in practice.
The only affinities that are safe re the affin
ities between husband and wife, or hu-tnnd
and wife to be; and any man or woman who
thinks lie or she can indulge safely in an
affinity based cu sentiment alone may read a
very valuable lesson in the shattered home
of Livingston s'reet, the long catalogue of
miseries growing cut of it, and the insidious
influences which rutin mult from it for a
long time to come. Tr-c vourg woman or
married woman who fieds hertelf l3sifgeel
by a Plato, especially a white-cravatud one,
had belter betake heiself to the wash-tub, cr
foaie other form of labor net conducive to
sentiment, if she wishes to be sale.
VTliCB ralntlr preacners stoop to I jlly
Acufind, too late, ihclr tins betray,
What cl. arms can soothe thtix tuela-.ici.oIy?
What art can wash their ga.lt away
The only art t heir guilt: to cover.
To save their being talked about,
Ir not to hope ' twill ail blow over
Bat simply to "step down and oat."
fix given their evidence in this mltr, that
it etiects the reider with a sense cf unreality
like Coiridte's "Cabli Kian," cr ihi dis
tempered dicata ot a mm uceler the icfla
ecce of opium or Iiaeheet-ti. In the cenfused
miss of irresponsible statements, rumors, in
timations and guesses, the man who seeks a
clue to the troth grows bewildered.
FABEWELL.
CrXtCCCEBsSCItOS.
Quick, cut me the lcaat little cur!.
It la heavy with perfumes ami wet;
We will part, for it must be, my glr'.
When our lins, juat for once more, have siet.
Sir. fay of our love that' twaastaong.
You may boast that it lasted a celt,
Pah! ita memory, bailed a Ions,
Of corruption already mutt sprat.
Alas! ' tijarity; yonrsorrow
Those soft eyes hire reidened with pain.
You may Wrep. child, to -day, for to-icorrow
New lore will bring 'aughter again.
I ay villi the brezes; I co
lli whltbfr? Ah! yci1 may forcloJe!
lint never mo-c, thilJ, tils i know,
With your rmile will you lighten uiy l;aJ.
In the lanes which the vild b'ossoms blrSs,
A swctcrwildrosewillIf.cak;
Whiter fingers thin thine may caress.
And breathecu a better-loved check.
AnJ, to-morrow, all flrUhcd and done.
If my youth Is at frrah end as gay,
I will open lay heart far the sua
To heal up the wounds of to-day.
.A CHUCK FOE $50,000.
An Old Gentleman who Thought Hims-lf the
Object of Mr. Cornell's Laughter.
From the Baltimore American.
On Monday an eld gentlemoa from
Washington county came to ibis city for the
purpsse of collecting the interest on two
bonds of the Washington Branch Bailroad.
He went to the chief clerk of the Camden
stition, and the clerk filled up a check for
$G, the amour,t of interest due on the bonds
for fix months. The check was given to
the gentleman from Washington county,
who carried it to the treasury of the com
pany for the purpcs of having it signed. It
happened that when the check was presented
for denature the treasurer was busily en
gaged in eignirg a number of others. He
took the six dollar check acel laid it upon
Ira de-k, but before signing it he crcsjed
the i03m to get a drink of water. He then
returned to Lis deck, and signing a check
handtd it to the oM gentleman, who took
the check without examining it, aril went
down stairs, where he handed it to Mr. Cor
nell, the ticket agent, a-king him to cash it.
Mr. Cornell look the check, examined it,
and smilingly asLed the old gentleman
when he supposed there would Lc enough
money in the ticket nffice to cash a rheck
like that. The old gentleman, supposing
from Mr. Cornell's manner that he was
making spoil of him, snatched np the check
in a rage and left the depot. An hour or
sa later several clerks might have been seen
living round, hun'.itg an old man from
WrRiiington eo'inly, who had received a
check eigntd in the railroad cilice. The old
ge lleinan, however, was not found till yes
terday morning, when he v.'siled Camden
station for the jurpoee cf going home. As
he was going through the depot, he was
stopped by an excited railroad cflicial, who
inquired if he had a check on the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad. The uld gentleman end
he hid. and, on rp'iitrg hi pjckcl-book, he
was -istoi.i-lieil to tind that the check that he
siij po 1 was for ?(, was really one for $50,-00-'.
Explanations followed, and it appears
that the ticasurer had sigi..d and given him
the wiorg check. The old gentleman then
visited Mr. Cornell, and apologized for his
rmlne.-R a the previous day.
The Best Hand.
A while, flexible bind is desirable, but
not at the sacrifice of duty. Many hard,
rough hand has don: enough good work in
the world to look beautiful in the eyes of the
appreciative. Girls who shirk all of the
housework, making drudges of their moth
ers rather than siil their dain'y, white
hands, need not expect to b loved by those
who know it. The callous places, and other
signi of labor would be fsr more to their
credit. The tct hand in the world is an
honest hand, be it Lard er soft, white or
brown, smcoth or rough, angular orthapefy.
An honest palm that takes the hand cf "a
friend with a warm, heaity grasp, as ii
there was nothing in the heart to conceal,
only warmth and kindness toward all. This
is the lt and most beauti'tl hand in the
world.
Another Joplin Discovered.
We tlop the presi to ennonnce tho di cov
ery of another J op I in mineral district abcut
a mile and a bait south of the hamlet of
Jasper, eight miles southeast of Carthage.
Mineral was struck at the dep'h of nine
fee', and in the last two days 1.C03 pounds
have been taken out of one shaft, though the
two men did no: wcrk more than half the
time. Eighteen loli '.0x150 were laid ofl
yesterday, and last night seventeen lots were
taken by parties who will work them on
Monday. The land is owned by Mrs. Wm.
P. Ralston, and is leased by Sam Rtlev, and
there is tremendocs excitement .-.bout it.
tnrlhnpe Patriot.
Will Hot Convince the Public.
To speak mildly, Mr. Becchcr's statement
will only satisfy those who have been at all
times ready to take anything he might say
in denial of the charges again;t him, in a
sufficient icfutation of them. But not all
the whitewash that may b: prepared by the
shrewd lawyers, or that may be plastered on
to Lim by bis pliant committee will con
vince the great public that be is the pure,
upright unristian minister wLicli we have
always supposed him to be. In sadness
and in sorrow we commend Lim to the
mercy ot the Great Searcher cf all hearts,
against whose teachings he lias Fogiievoualy
oifended. St. Joe HtraU.
Gold in the Black Hills.
I3pcejl Dispatch to the Clilcaga Tiibune
Sioux City. Iowa, Aug. 13. Previous
reports of rich depes'ts of rqIJ in the Black
Hills are confirmed by the arrival hereto
day of Chailey ReynoKl', the rcout who car
lied Custsr's official dispatches from the
camp of the expedition to Fcrt Liramie.
He rays that gold is there, and that the in
dications lor finding it in large quintities
are pronounced good by praciiral miners
Reynolds is the Rime sjcm who lat vear
CjniedGen. Stanley's di-iistches tram the
Yillowftoceto Benton, 00 milta, through
heart of the Sictix nation.
"A DESPEBATE GAME.'
The West Unanimous for Phillips.
I'roui the Dclolt Gazette.
Oa Saturday last the voters of the county
elected delegates to attend the County Con
vention which lxeels on Saturday, at rne
o'clock, r. M., at the Court House, to elect
delegates to the State, Congressional and
Senatorial conventions.
It is a foregone conclusion that at leat
thirty-one delegates out of the fiftr-fciir
elected are enthusiastically in favor of Col.
Phillips for re election, and from reports
that we hear, that number will be incrasd.
The people fully unden-taml what Mr. Phil
lips' cout62 has been in Congress, and ap
prove it.
Col. Phillips rill, without a doubt, re
ceive the noiuinaticii at thc.Lcavcnworth
convention. The majority of the delegates
in the eus'.em portion of the district support
him, anJ he will carry two delegates in
Price's own county, and Ironi Houston's
rounly (Leavenworth), we are lold that he
will receive nearly the entire fourteen dele
gates. The West is cculy unanimous for
his re-election.
How Phillips and Mohler Packed the Prim
aries in Ottawa County A Vigorons Pro
test from the Grangers-"
Froai ihe Minneapolis Independent.
Under the above caplicn the Leavenworth
Daily Commercial o( August 11th espies sev
eral communications frcm the Independent
ol Aususi o:n, tuc urst ot which tne con
temptible demagogue who claims to edit the
Commercial, and who is an espirant to
Congress f.-ota this District, D. W. Houston,
attempts to deceive the people asjo the pos
ition of the Iniependeid by giving this Cjni
roucicilton in the Cotu.RicreiVu' as an editorial
from this paper. He is certainly the low
estof all v;e have ever known belonging or
connected with the craft. Plagiarism can
not be compiled with this act. In the same
i-fue there was an editorial comment on th-s
came cumuiuniration and three others as fol
low?: Tic orpositicn to Col. W. A. Phillips
hrve MVeral comiattnications in this i-sue,
but a t'icre is nothing of importance cm
taiiteJ in lltftn, and as the pjblicis familiar
with their in-ciit, we refrain frcm making
any editorial cotnment. Suffice it to f ay
that "!roTnitg men catch at ttraws."
The oiip appearirg in the Commercial vrib
signed "Xobi.il." Th second was f iiiie.l
"M;" the third "Woodrat;" the fourth
"Ploitgh." Neither of the writers of thote
articles were in any way connected with the
Patrons of Husbandry. Furthermore, we
asssr'.iud b licve trulr, that all the grang
ers cf thi3coinry are decidedly in favor of
Hon. W. A. Hulliis, in preference to any
canJidate so far epoken of for Cong'cssfrom
ihisdistiict, at,d we will pa-it'tvelf astert
that, should the race be between the aforesaid
dcoiiverand Hon. W. A. Phillips, there
would be no eppesit'on to Phillips in this
occnty whatever. We have not as yet beard
one J trcon say he was for Houston. Again,
the writers ot tnofe articles retcrrett ti are
opporttl to Phillips on personal grounds
alone.
The Crops.
Repoits of llie condition of the corn :m'l
oat crcps in Illincis, luwa snd ICsihib are
putlished ehewhere, and reveal a curious
difierer.cj by bratcs. Corn and ca'- in Illi
nois will be a twei-'hirds, and in Iowa a veiv
full crop. Pour points in ICarsis, widely
separated, rerort that cirn in that State
will be a total failure, ml oats frcm one
half to two-thirds the average yield These
riturts are, perhaps, as reliable as any that
have yet been published; the coincidence
in tl o;e from each State indicate thr.t they
are entirely trustworthy. Chicago Tribune.
Murdered in Church.
A most unprovoked murder was commit
ted at lbs MethodNt Church, rear Carlisle,
Nicholas county, Ky., li.st Saturday night.
During the progres of services a m-in named
Hamilton went into the church and created
a great excite meat bv ftondirir on the s?.ifs
and flcurifhintr a revolver. After consider
able trouble Mr. Thomas Shaw, an elder of
ire cnurth, succeeded in getting bin: cut
side, and remans rating wi h him, when
Hamilton drew his icvolver snd shot
Shaw, inflicting a mortal wound, from
which Shaw died soon after. Hamilton is
a no'.oiious desperade, and li committed
several murders.
MEDICAL.
MPBQU
CURES
Bkenmatism, Scalds, Lametiess.
Neuralgia,
Sore Throat,
Hoarseness,
Headache,
Toothache,
M
Barns, Soreness,
Boils, Wounds,
Ulcers. Braises,
Files, Sprains,
Colic, Old Sores
All Hemorrhages,
Diarrhoea,
etc
DBA
M
KEARNEYS
FLUID EXTRACT
BUCHU!
Too only known itmevlf or
'Bright's Disease!"
And a i-osltire remedy for
GOUT, fiUAVEL, STBJCTDRSS, PIAEETES,
DYSPEPSIA, NEEVOU3 DEBILITY,
DP.OPSY.
Kon-rctenllon or Incontinence ol Urine, Irritation,
Inflammation or Ulceration ot tho
BLADDER & KIDNEKS!
i'SERUATOBIUHEA,
Lcneorrhiea or Wlillcs, IHaeaaw et lbs Troctrate
IllanJ, 8tene la tha DlaJJer.
Co'.culiis, OraTelorFrrkitu't Deposit an J Mucus
or Milky Irfscharges.
KEARNETS
EXTRACT BUCHU
Permanently Cnrca a' I Diacasea of tbo
BLADnnK, KIDNEYS, AND DEOFSICAL
WELUNGS,
tCzistlng iu Men, Women and Children,
-XO MATTER WHAT THE AGE I
Prof. Steele saya: "Ono bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Duchu ij worth ooe than all other
Euchus eouibincil "
Tilce, Ono IWlar ref Itottle, or SI Dottles ftr
FiteDolUis.
Depotl04DiumeSt-NewYork
Sold by Druggists cTcrrvrliere.
CRANE & BR1GHAM,
Wholesale Dntgijitts.
SAS FCAKCIil-O, Cal.
A l'Uji'ciia in attenJancc to answer ccneaand
ence and give ad rice gratis
CBVead stamp for -aiopu!cr. free."!'-
ilodAtr
MISCELTaAlTEOTJS.
The Grangers'
NORTHWESTERN
Supply Co.
Wholesale Prices to Consumers.
In crfcr to co-orerate directly with coasnmerf, we
, ..,u.rl; .m y wnicn jon can pro
care freh aq cf the 3aet quality, t st, eoneei,
and family aapnllei or ertry description, at j oar
hones, ar wholeaal pi lees. Situattd, .-s we arc,
in ihe centre ot tne great tca-ma't of the Halted
SUta, bayiog jolelj for ca-h with Agents in New
xork:niic?n Franeivn. -a nn,mi win frtmc.i.
teaa of cet'er quality, aoa much telow any other
respocaible house; one liial ot our goods will satis.
'V " "" Ki, rm ie you irominii.rto
uHy centa per pound. Tha re-san why weccn
make this fTstuji orcCirt lr. ii k . ,!...-...
fuidoanflTn, is.thr.we oo rv.- wilh the ruln
vur Mu vi uitrjiacsui.. Tin . "Credit SDlt
'm iddle man' tyatem. Yn. c tn ordi r in quan
Ity to salt-flora one pound upward. For fall list
of fim'Iy surp'iei, etc., please ajnd far price list.
KEFEREaCE.
''Indmtrial Age."
i: ii"' Union Nali.,aal Bank, Chicago.
J- White A Co.. Commlaiiou Me.thants. 104
South Yatcrtree(, Chicago. -",
I'ra'ric Farmer timpanv, Chicago.
fenUns & Jiolxcs, i-rprirtora Clifton Home.
Chicago. '
Or any other referenco tbat may be required.
Address all coiuntunicationa to
Northwestern Supply Co.
CIUS.H.SUAW,Agcnt.No. OStsto St., Chicago.
. iS. B. Haring connection with two ol the Ifai-
ing uoinmiraton uooaesot Chicago, we will rewire
f'l j'oila of Tarm Trcduce, ill e slriit ' tenlion to
tun uu3iw aula mzse reeurns same day or sale.
junell-w.227
BEW OFFERS!
NEW IDEAS I
See the Grand Gifts
OP
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To Its Sttbteriber.
Entirely new; and unprecedented, and auchss
wilt interest every cne. You miss it if you don't
ssnd for samples and full particulars which are
sent free t
hKE IDE GBEAT WATCH OFFEK!
Ocr FntEsmE Fsiexd is now In Its Fifth Vol
ume, thoroughly established as the lcadina: family
and atory Weekly in the Unlor, has the largest
CV, t!00' --d'1" beat appointed pHcting and
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now.
We Want Agentti.
Wo want a represenUtire In exery nelglitor
hnod. Nothing equals it for (cents, male or fe
male, young or old. Large Cadi wages and a Su-p-rb
Outfit, ezclusire territory, which Is lapllly
nlllng up. Most apidy at once. SaVcrlbe b
sending three dollars, sd receive) he paocr one
j i"siMiui.c in;iuiuui, mire in tne dis
tribution, and rewire a!ro Fbe a Complete Oulfi
or rend for particulars. Mame territory dnlred in
-nUng. Address Watkks & Co.. l'ublishers.
Chicago. Ill May 16w516
TO THE
We Mutt Hare Aid.
The
A Word for the Boys.
season of the vejr u ncrr tincn us
It is useless to try to disguise the fact any
longer. The people of northwestern Ken
eB will soon btcin to sutler unices they art
furtiislietl with Government aid. We bavs-
raised this, year nothing but email grain, aril
many iauiilitK even now are living on bread
and water. The suffering, unless sometliins
is done soon, will be great. Hudltce? are
leaTing their claims ettirely, and are Piek
irg bomci elewhere. We do not s:c the
propritty of leaving. We propose to st:o
right by Kan'a, tiul Gght it thrnuh. "I
Eeems bard of course to meft with the drouth
ar.il the cra5hctiperg while thecoiictrv i
s;;il wo young, but we believe and hope lint
it will be many years before we will be
scourged in this scanner again. The Legis
Lturvot this State has alwaTB been willing
to ?ropriate money to encourage emigra
tion to this State, and it ought nsw to be
willing to do all in its powtr to aid thrh-c
who come to slay. We hope that the Gov
ernor will take steps at once to alleviate the
urn Die eunenng from want winch is euro to
come onlrMs somethirg is done to prevent it.
dtdcr City TrioHRf-.
hen farmers' loys are cxrec'cd to do their
gocel isbire of work, and it may not be cut of
place to ray a few words in their behalf.
Everybody knows that an able boy will of
ten -Jo a much en a farm as a man. But
you. must lira how to treat him in order to
make him useful. Give him the be.-t tools,
the Lc.-t plow, the s'eadicst team and the
newest harnti. If he breaks anything, do
not icoiil, but help to repair damages acd
encourage him to do better. Above all, do
not let the man Impose upon lum. If you
breakfast early, a growing loy that is at
worV in the Celd fhould havealucch at
half-jvi-t 9 or 10 o'tlock. Xo one can work
long without eating, especially agrowirg
boy. Take good care ol the boys, say we,
for when they become men they will remem
ber yeiur hindnetR, and practice it npsn the
little fellows who come next in order.
A Wife's Happiness.
Jo married woman can be happy if her
hiH'.and tloei net appear to recard in J hon
or her, as well as actually to do so. The
order of flirts have a certain article cf fai It
which comforls them mightily nanelv.
that a man's wife is the" most uninteresiirg
woman in the room to iiTin. If he rice en
know this, she doe?, and some act of iznci-
lul courtesy, tome little won! or motion
nolhmj in lUelf, lmhipp, but indie it ive of
the tendernrps he feels, for her gives the
good wife a tiiutuph to innocent and sweet
Untrio oneshou'd becrudtre ii to her.
A pensive jojrg man of thn jlace,
while singing Come, love, come," berealli
h:s dulcineaV wirdnw, the other niht. lnd
love, music, wind and cverythtrg else
knocked out of htm by a eoicelhingin a long
white garment that fell cut of a chamber
window. It proved to be ncbodr but hi
girl, who, in heranxicy to know who was
serenading her, leaned too far over the window-sill;
hence the rcsalt. lie Bay., when
he tings 'Come, love, come." again, he will
keep away from under the window, as his
fystem cannot stand luiny tuc!i sheckp.
Jiine"ioro Ad.
MEhVuUS & DEBILITATED
OF COTH SEXES.
Aj Cl.argc for Advice and Consultation.
Met. J. B. Dyott, graduate of Jefferson
Medical College, Philadelphia, author of
several valuable works, can be consulted on
all die cases of Ihe Sexual or Urinary Or
gans, (which lie ha made an especial study)
either in male cr female, no matter from
what cause originating or of how long stand
ing. A practice of M rears enables turn to
treat diases with success. Cure- guaran
teed. Charge, reasonable. These at a dis
tance can forward letter iteecribmg symptoms
and enclosing t-tamp to prepay postage.
Send for the Gutu'e to Health, l'rice 10c.
J. B. DYOTF, M. D.,
Phyrscian and Surg.-on, 101 Dur.tte St. N.Y,
jan2i-l."i
GRICULTURAL WaREHMJS
Garden City Clipper Flowr
llilliisr anrt Walkiig f nlli
isiirs,
Thomas Smootlilng Harrows,
KOADSCRAPEBS,
FIELD ROLI ERS.
Totato rianters, Horsi and Iland Corn Piasters
Sulky Bakes, Corn Shelters. F.ed Cutters, Feed
aiiiis, i-anucrs' isoiiers, voz rowers, cnurt!
CIIUECH
S C
And
Atrents for Anltman ft Taylor's Vibratlac
Tnresntoa; Hacntnes and Horta rowers,
ana Man. field roxtaU iteam Enclsea.
W. H. BANK8 & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Farm Mnehlnery, Implements & Seeds,
34 St 36 sonth '-anal Street,
OBIOAGO.
Adjoining Entrance to Tuned.
May 21,weowC
mm BELLS,
A Question of Colcr.
A resident of Vick-btlrg has been t.utinto
a peculiir plight. During the jut ended
campaign there, he was acctied ot being a
black man. His face was darkened bv the
explosion of gunpowder dnrirg the "war.
The accusation hurt him sjricmiy, coming
aa ii uiu woe n ine unci MI ween black and
wane were rigidly drawn. Sa be has been
getting certibcates cf true crlcrfrom rela
tives and inends, and publishing them
The Vicksburg public is inw, doub lea,
Siti-fied that he is cot as blatk .11 tlip nr.
der that painted him.
D.TL SOHANNAN
Oftlcp.No. CIJNorlh Fifth hnv (iteii VaU
instn ave ami iirwn irM,
ST. LOIJI5. MO.
'"LlKiJsflEal'
1 SaKSfiflaiMsBSaCfil ftSHSsW
DIRCCK BY m
iikTIIPiP
MISCELLANEOUS.
DON'T BUY
TTKTIL YOU HAVE.
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
And Low Reservoir
As w hare 12 noon REasov:
to jour teork.
Khr tlie; ni
QUICK AND EASY,
CHEAP AND CLEAN!
LU
CO
Tlarj-arcitieCbrnpeat to fsnj.
Tbey are) I be Brat so llw.
Taey Bake s.venly uiul Quickly.
Taelr aneralloa Ih iirrfpi't
3 Ttsey bave always it com! Urnn,
Ihry ateaaauleor best sumerlal.
aa Iker roans perfect I jr.
a . Tbejr reqaire bat llstle rncl.
a? Tbey am very low prlroel.
i Thejr are easily suanncetl.
5J Tbey ureBBliMl to nil lurnlillcs.
B Eteiy Stoie guaranteed to gie satishcUan.
iold rv
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
HI. LOVIS, MO.
kni by J. W. CKASCER,
InaeZodAireov Lcarenworth, Kaa.
SECOND AND Z.AST
Grand Gift Concert,
IN AID OF TlUf
MASONIC RELIEF
ASSOOIATIOU,
Of Norfolk, Virginia.
Thursday, Sept. 3d, 1874.
THIS enterprise is condactpJ l.y iho Masonic
ItEUHK AssOCLitioi. opNoaroLK, Va , un
der authority of lh Virginia I rgis'ature (act pm
eJ Mtrch bib, 1S73), fir tbo i urpose ol laisia
funds lo eouip'o e the Mrsi lc 'Ieaiild row In
coarse of eicct.on in Norfolk.
50,000 Tick-.ts 6030 Oish Uif s.
$2SO OOO 2
TO BE GlVEil AWAY.
A Nk.w I'lCtTCRC, to wit: A !ift Is liuarinte
to oneofercrv lin t'oaiecuttre XunilKri.
LISTOFOIFTi
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT OF.
ONE C.ltAND CASH UlrTOl
USK GRAND CASH Gin OK.
ONE GUANIt CASH GIFT OF.
ONE tlKA.ND CASH GUT OK
ONE GRAND CASH eilFT OK.
ONE 1BAND aVbll GIFT OF.
15 Cash Gilts ot Elou'J eh
2i Cash Gifts of 00 eaili-.
41 Cash Gifts or :rm tadi..
71 Cash Gifts cf ISO eaeU
2JO Ca,h Glfta cf IW e?cli
KS Ciisli esifts of SO each
S0O) Osli Glftj ol IU earli
C0O9 CASH GIFT?, r.'.-;ri-gatiii0-. .. i.'SO.COit
Wlio'e Tkiets. Sl'i; tijii li.Vi-ts f"; (mrer
TicVcts, tl.SO; IJeron WLoljTi teller li ilali
Tickets for Sir-O. Kodeoatito Ii'iStfu.iint.
sw.ror.
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This Conrvrt last ririly fur JI.'.S'V li'p rri-ci.
anil will teondt.rtttl with ihe i-..r-' ilxra! if,
boncay. and lairncsa i:hlch charge i r z d lin llr I
enterprise. JOHN t I.Ot'IlK, li.s't
Forrictftiat.il Cirinlats Kirin; lull ii.toiun
tlan, addre s. HI. SKY V. &00i:S.brcrf !ar-,
MA-t-NiC RKlIGi7 As-OCiATlON,"
Norfolt, V.i.
.sjot Umiieii Ei vrs w!:c-ro.
iuly ltoil.ln
CHAMPION
MISCELLAfJEOtJS.
MARE FLOUR FOR LESS FOCI
V If yoa want to tuy tho 1
MOST ECOHOWICIL1-
Stesm ESOISC IX IDE WotlD ros
PI OURHSTG- MllalaS,
Bend for cirenlan lo
RELIANCE WORKS
Jlllwaukee, Wisconsia.
au;todw
FOLSOM'S
Blackberry Brandy,
Warranted made fioai sound root, superior Aio
mittcs, and cesuise ekisdt. Is a pare. safe.
pleasa.t and reliable medicine for all
STjatMEK DISOKDKRS.
HUHLBUT A ED3ALL, Ajcnts, CHICAGO.
au;4eodAw
WANTED-AGENT3.
From$75to$250per Month,
trcry where. Ma'esud Female, losell oneot tho
raw useful articles ever inrenttd, needed in crery
family. e-end for clrcalir.
Address, Jabaaoa. Clark Jt Co.,
Ill State Street. Chicago, DL
aagtavlAw
BUILDING
KaL,1
C-F. PAY.
t-3iuucn,t.j.
This water-croof msterial r
eu.blmg fine leather is for out.
side work (NO TAB SUB
STaNCt; IJ3KD), and Inside,
instead of plaster. FeltCaroet-
lazs. Mats. rtc. Srn.l .i X
cent stamps for circulars and samp'ts.
aagteodtw
SATIS GLO&i KTARCH.
fAc-5nn
orilAis
AWiTOEDtii
t-3S3aVaaVwC W" Ai'll) Jlf$ii&iA& ) lttl""sT?Aif.VL
4rirr2. wess. w a r-u ir, $ -
. saavsTsam arive ffs:Cm.,ii&itJurllr. (Wsra-ai
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THE NEW AMERICAN
Dli-
city and DnraUUty.
Ahead of all eoaapei
itors In Improre
men's, and tho most
Perfect Mcain now
btfora tho people.
Self Threading.
Light-Running,
It makes the least
noise. It is the most
Birnpln and Durable.
The Trasionsara ea
sily, evenly and par.
lectly adinsted, and
an seli-refulating.
NoTlirpaJlnr-up la required tn me shuttle
This farcrite Machine does every variety of work
donoon any shuttle "aachlne. bat with greater
ease and perlction.
It has hien adopted by the Kansas State Grange
as their STAmDakD MACHINE., and the ice best
suited to general famiis use.
We solicit correspondence with CTery Grange
throurhout stsnsa.nd the west. Send for circu
lars, samples and special terms to Giangers, to
D A BUCK, Manager,
No. 603 North Fourth street,
marlD.lM-aowjkw ST. LOUIS.
A BOOK FORTIIEMILLIO.V.
. . . A prliata Counae-
JtatO.X'X'iCt J3;0 lor to Ilia Marriid or
0S-m-ma those about to marry
"rl-1-,t'- on the phyriolog-eal
niysteiies and icrrUtions ot the sexual system,
wuh the wisest dL-roTeries in producing and pre
venting olliprlnj, how topiscrrethecomdexion,
Ac.
,TLIs la an interesting work ot two hanlred and
sixty pazes, with numerous engravings, and con
tans valuable in'oim.lioo for those who are mar
ried, or contemplate uiirriage. still It Is a book
tlutou IittntwE.pt mder lues and ley, and not
laid caie'esly about tho bouso.
It contains the exiiieoee acd advice ot a physt
can whoso reputation ia world-wide, and should be
In th piivate drawer of every male and female
througuout the entire globe, it embraces every
thing on the subject cf the generative system that
is wirtli knowing, and much Italia not published
in any other wort.
Benito any one (tree ot postage) lor Fifty Cents.
Ailurcss Kr. Itatts' Dis-enaary, No. f N. 8th
street, M. Ix.nw, ilo.
NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED & UNFORTUNATE
Ecforc applying to the notorious quacks who ad
vertise in public papers, or using any quack remi
liesperuso Dr. Butts' work no matter what jour
dbeasoi, or how deplorable your condition.
Dr. Butta occupies a doub'e house of twenty-seven
rooms; is indorsed by sonic ot the most celebra
ted ined'eal professors ot this country and Europe,
and can becunsuttcd pirsocally or by mail, on tho
diseases mentioned ia his wotka. (trice and par
lor.. No. 12 N. Eighth street, Ktwcen Market and
C'bcituut. SL Louis. Ho. ian21-dAw
Secdior Illustrated Catalognc, Pattern and Fiice
List. dciSlwlSO
A Fatal Spring.
About one-hall a mile over a nuvjnlain
from Bartlett S; ring", there is what is. calleil
tne G Surinj. Tiii is piotuiy ta.
preatett cartositv of the nlounain. Tne
water ij ice c 1 ii, bdt bubliling and foimini;
as ifboilinir, and me greatct wonder is tie
inrriuble destruction of life produced by in
haling the gna. No live thing is to be found
within a circnit of one hundred yards neai
the "-ruins. The bird, il they happen t a fit
OTerit, drop dead. We experiment. d with
a lizird on ih destructive foweis. by Loli!
injt it a tew feet above the water; it utre'chrr!
dead in a few minu'es. It will kill a l.u
man beirg in twen'y minute. We ftro.
over it five minutes, when a dull, heavy
aching enation crept over ns. antl cur eve
began to swim. The cas which essprs here
is the rankest kind of carbonic acid, henre
ia rore dcsiractioa of life; also qu?nchin
of flame ln-tanUnsoualy. fa7u.i (Caf.) Ia-
Iriag Kb Over.
Oraahoppcrs have a disposition o eat up
llMDgs i in Algeria also; bat their lulore ha
iiroTiaea s remeay agaixnt them, in the
ibm of a natural enemy. This is ari insect
WyindieEOtMthre,aridnvercltfs-
lied by the etomoloeists. It deposits ita
tt tbe ansae bole in which the jrraatuoc-
pen have depeStaa their, thui tstine ad-
Is it any Wonder?
lilt any wonder that Kentucky elioulJ
make but s'ow prpgre-p ia ciimbirifr out ol
the I'Ils of Ttoui lonism? She ha? five thou-
pand district ochouls to be taught, hut not
fire hundred teichera who have a kii3w!cJse
of the pre per fystems of teaihin. while j
even her mot advanced educstois canlicn I
her rot to ic!y upon lbs ether S'atts for a I
rui'l l, UA iLdliitir. v. ..&. . .wci. u.ii
from the o its'd&'world ""may engraft upon
the minds of the young ideas nad doctrines
which will ultimately destroy our diosyn
cracies." The character of some of the idi
csyecraeea may be inferred Iroai the fact
that the Fhootinp, cutting and lynching af
fairs wirch have taken plce in that State
within the pas' four weeks, number thirty
three, cmbratirg- eleven" homicides and'
twecly-two ether recllffa blood.ltrdJine af
frayp. Wliat a Rname it wonl J te to drs'roT
ucli "idicsvnrra.iea" ta these, wouldn't
it? I itttburr Commercial.
Katabllabed la St. Loafa lu laAT.
Cores all Private Diseases In a short time, either
In male or female ; charges low lees; uoj no uer
coxy
DR. BOH ANN AN' 8 Treatise on rpccial Dis
eases," which lolly explains the nature, causes,
symptoms, Ac. of"-nermatorrhea,"or -"cminal
Weakness,' Syphilis, FcmaloCompl-.inis.all im
pedimenta ol Marriage, and valuable information
onother delicate subjects, sentFBEE to address,
n plain, sealed envelope), on receipt of one stamp
Archbishop KeCloskey's Visit to Borne.
The Catholic Retin? un ttia rtof nv
ject of Archhi-hop McCIosly'a visit to I
R me "is to discharge the canonical dntv I
of visititing the tomha of the ancMles and
renewing tborc bend of allegunca which
bind 111 epifcopate to Ihe centre of unity.
This visit is made by American pre'ates
cure in ten years." It U al-o rumme I that
the Archbishop will hi made a Cardinal,
that the Pope will avail himself of the
knowledge and prudence of Ihe prelate in
determining the crea'icu ol lew dioceses
snd provinces in America.
Hot They do in Kinnesota.
This is the way grasshoppers work in
Minnesota: A gentleman from Minneap
olis states that one day he and ("ome friends
saw the peels coming, the air being fall of
them. They alighted on a seven acre field
ot com, and covered the leaves aril stalks fo
that they bent lc? the ground. In twenty
minutes every ftalfc in the entire Celd was
stripped bare.
lEatTJfAL WEAaUrCIS CUBED.
. BlHANNAN'cl "7EGITABLE CULA
..' ' permanently cores all forms of 'Spermat
j tea or 'Seminal Weakness' In frcm two t
ftvfn weeks time. It restores Lost Power an
LriLTtliacktheyoathlulvlgorot those who hav
tsinyed it by sexual excesses or evil practices
tiis remedy has been used by Dr. Bohaanan I
is private practice lor over thirty years, and ha
never filled in earing even the worst cjums. Price
Five Dollars, tent to any address, (free from ob
servation).
TPBTLU CITBaD.
DK. BOHANNAN'S 'Vesjltableyihliurun-'ii
warranted to permanenUy core SYPHILIS' in all
a stages, and eradicate ihe last vcslige of Eyphil
lc poison fiom the system. Those having the dis.
ase larking in their blood, concealed from obser-
at ion, in its constitutional form, thereby jeopard
ising the health and happiuera ot another, as well
ts that of their offspring, should imtnedlaielviisi
thisBievIIcine.andbacurrdfor LIFE. Friee'Five
Dollars cent to anj aidrebs. .
PEORIA FOUNDRY
AND MACHINE SHOPS.
NICOT, BURR ic CO ,
MANUFACTUr.EK3 OF
Stoaxu. lEIxxslxxes,
FLOUR, MILL and DISTILLERY MACHINERY,
DUNBAR'S PATENT STEAM PISTON PACKING.
Vrrlenrenl rateat rotnpreasloa Rbafl
coattliac.
Duffs Patent SelMhiing Hangers and Boies, Shafting
Agents for Stilirell's Patent Heaters.
Gardner & Judson's Governors.
Walnut Streets, F0RIAf ILL.
Fr eclat attention given to orders from abroad.
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Mend I'nriiiliirn
CHAMPION GLUa
Inds Cr.iv. viy
CHAMPION GLU'ii
DR. IrOGERS'
VEGETSBLEwVORMSYBUP.
A brave man nny .uir.T pa'n, wha intllcteil
uiicu h.uistir, Leicic3lly;lut he
Cannot see his Child Suffer.
Tlierjls uootLcriaa'aly. incident tochildLood,
that is ecomran'e-'l with more iiide-critiable
wmclit.UviatoiLcIiltlestiircrersthanihat
pu;j;L,i:r ky ivokms:
and den Hn pirint fully .oinp cli-ads tho situ
ation, lie wnt coiiie'ar i U.OIUOUI ia securing the
niosi p'ouipi ist cacoat rimnlicsto imtire the
exiuljlonurtbe lntrud-r... Tnis reiueuy may I
fcucd in
CR. ROGERS- VEGETABLE WORM SYRUP.
ricasebeir in mir.l that
HlHiLUs' 1VOKH SL'Yltl-istLc reliabcpreraia-tion.
KoetEHS WOR3I aYHUIMia ja'atable i.ivpara-
tion.
RMSERV WORM SYKUPislticJ bychildrea.
itotiKlto' WoltJl jYltUr pcsltivcly destroys
worms.
UMintfe' WORM SYEUPIeivescobaleflccts.
i:oe;i:r.y WOKM SYItUP is highly reccm
mcndeibyiliislcians.acd la itLquestionbly the
lilST WORM MEDICISE IN TnE WORLD.
Price IS rents. Fr sale by all Druggists.
JOHN r. HENRY-. CUUBAN A Ci.. Pro.
S and 9 College Place, New Tork.
aicl3-wl9S
The above Medals rrcacnt aa array ol irrelnUWo testluicny In favor ot the lollowins nam?! KOoda,
wellwerthyoftheicrious consideration ot all who want tho best and won economical; eh medal re
presents a decision cla separate Bjard of Scientific a.id Disinterested Jurors. No prcalcr evidenea
uperiorlty can possibly I submitted. Comments of the Manut.cfircrs all noteiii'acreto.
Puryeas Satin Gloss Starch.
2Vy if.
IN SIX rOUSD E0XK3 AND ONE fOCXD rAPESJ.
Oirra a Beautiful White aid Gloy i'TniVi, besides renders
Durable. Xo other Starch so easih ttfed, or so Keoiomical.
Fabrtet rci
Um it Once and yoa will Us a no Other.
DURYEAS' IMPROVED CORN STARCH
MtouUctnred hj a creatlr ImproYed rroocs. fta tho best relectM IdiiIjo Cru, anJ
GRE4T
Prononnceil '
IXTERX ATIOX-4 1.
y JURORS ol
EXlO.MriX.
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" PERFECTION OF QUALITY."
A trial will insure its popn'arlty everywhere.
Hone genuine without "Duryess " on every packa-e.
For sale by Grocers general, j.
BE 8UKE 'D0EYIIA5,, IS ON EVEEX i'AtKAGiT.
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LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS,
Oums, Mpe. Corn Shelters aud Wo.,1 Workins Machinery, llavlns the i.it eal,ni"cworto l" t&
"' nn'P,,'J'Ii8 upwards ol 1JU worKiuc, vreareptir.r.d to hlloider. ircmptly an.1 in a flut
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Special attention given to 5ra-n. Facts sui.pllod toshlnrers.
sfgnaients. Proaipt returns can always be rell. .1 ur.n.
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Agents, Combinations,
To achieve the greatest saceess. Agents
will take hold of our uaequalcd
Combination
CSTALN- CUBE f OS FILES.
DR. EOHANNAS'S Tile Ointment' is guaraa
teed a certain cure for Pdcs, co matter what form
or how long standinz, in from three lo rive days.
Price One 1 oilsr. tent to any addnsa by mail
Cftevn cents extra for postage).
Bible Combination, the
ttCOKIiUt,
OH OUR SIAI AND CHABT COMBINATION.
1 hese Goods Sell always and everywhere.
A.ldicss GOOESPEED'S EilPIRE POBUSUINO
HOUSE, Chicago. We have the agency for
the publications of Jihn E. Potter AC
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For iiootl Ho.-lis
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BEOKWITH
POltTABLE
Sewing JfachinJJ
S20 sao sao
CHAMPION GLUii
tic Ucsl end Ct eaptst in tha Market
r-, Tatageorutr labor. The ten of the
:S "aataral eacanr" hatt-V, mrt (i -J ..
a(iWrliT0B the cTanbcpper eg.
i jssssrssrr in
ss7aswraa.j aaWW fMXH WmJ
&.mTm'.rr' "" sTJsw ApseaansBal. JJe-
BKCaaaOtlaMOftassd aaKaBal
A New Xexieo City.
Las Yogas Besimental Flag.
Central Citv u cot as large as Xew York,
thoagh it hssi its famci wickedest man, ita
pretties" womavsnd ita villainous whitky.
just like New York, acel, bcsidcj, rerek ia
be an'icpaionol iiav.ii"; a railroad ran
'hrjL-rrh us principal street in a hundred
years or to, wLoa LuilJicg lo's will go oil
like hot caltes, and the oldest inhabitant
will have a show if he can only "stick it
Paul. The di-cxs:ion toache the Cbnrch
D.'sciplirc act, the eJe:a h of which would
hardly be intelligible to areraie American
sinner?, liie main point oidinerence, bow
eyer, between them tctms to be whether a
Church ruin shonld stand facing the cast
during the prayer cf the conaec alion or
not Oa tnis tailing abtnrdity the two
Desin are riglitinj; each other with ahoTel
and tenj;, and all England i lockirg on
with amszemtnt.
Too K oaitraaa far a aUauuue.
6an Francisco Ckroaicla.1
If Alexasder Dramas or Mi BraeMea
had writtea a oorel based opoa aoch state
Mats as daily eoaae to os orer the wires ia
nawasa to km BiweMw. maaal, thrictka
loTtst pakhc , woaUattaseace ttre-ahsrj
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ia
ditatt-TaerS fa umttk'm mmmt'
MIINBBja1iMjaajaaaaa MM aaai
V i tli a clear sky, a bright run, and a
eenti. bieti. voti will bare frtenels in nler.-
ty; Lntlet fertnrc frown, anil tlie Crmatnect
overcast, and then your frier th will prove
like the et-irg. cf the lute, of which yoa
will tighten ten before you find cne that will
bear the stretch and kicp tbe pitch. fo
ho!d. A corrupt politician sits that (he Lord
has tent the grawhoppers in answer to the
pe-itionci me uraagerB to be delivered
irom mtdole men. The sraashoppers ac
coaiplMi this end, by bringing the cocsnm-
era directly to the doors of the farmer-;.
Sol. Miller.
How We Stand How.
We hive made diligent inquiry respect
ing the present coadiiioo of crop in this
county, and from rtportv-giTea elsewhere
in thess colomss it will be seen that the I-ws
from the rarag of eraraaoppen waiat first
czfgtra'id. Many farmers wjjl hare al
moit a half crop; in far, all tatief riwiriT in
the Talleya who have eaily com, estimate
their crop at from tea to thfrry btuhels to
the ace, while on all the uplands it is a to
tal failare. Hear aewMtleai bare aoth-
iago Ure aa tbroagb the" winter, and aome
are learis to laeea lae wieter witafneads
aad nrJatirsa ia ataet states. The aaaiori t
af this daw,' we hstiaaa, coBrteaapUie retura
aiataetpriacfieai eaetioa sboold at
eatsM.takea lo iadaos taese who hare
Address Dr. C. A. BOUANS AS.No.SU Nort
Filth Mrect, bt. Louis, Mo
aa.Persons reuiittinc monejby mail lor incdi
cices, will send by a 'lVUtGce Urdar' or 'lte:is
ered Letter dcctTdiw
AWOTHER CHANCE!
FIFTH AND LAST UI T CONCERT
IS AIDOFT1I2
Public Library of Kentucky!
POSTPONED lO
SToTrixULl3esr 80.
1874.
Agents Wanted for the Life and Adventures ef
KIT CARSON.
FEOM tacts dictated by hlnuel. hj D. W. &
Peters, Surgeoi U S. A. Vhe only Taua
and AiitheiiicLtlenf A- erica's great HUXTKK,
XOVX and GUIDE ever rnb.Uhed. Contsins
comtIetede:erIptlonsor Ihe Indan Trilies of the
Far west, ad a full account ol the Modocs and
the sfoioe Wsr. A .rind oppoilunity to make
money. Illustrated circulars tent free.
Address II. . PABKEB A CO ,
mayl9191w "S3W Uadlson gl., rblca;o, ID.
Office, IS2Sonth WaterSlrect, near IjleFlrcet
Bridge, CHICAGO. rrayl3 colAw
DrAiTine Certain at that Date.
Xalsax oT Gkiftaw.
One Grand Cash Gift.
One Gran Cashuift.
netitandi ashGitt..
One Gran i CSshUI t
OoeGr ndCasbGUU
SCdhGuTa. SW.cODcach.
10 Caia Gilts, 14,008 each..
lo.soo eacti.
5.000 each.
4 0U0ca-n
3. COO ech
' S.H'O eaeh
1,000 eaeh
M0eaeh
ISCahGUU.
SlCjsh Gilts,
US ''ash Gils,
MCshUifs,
SO Cash Gifts.
100 naih Gilts,
2M Cash Gifts
503 Cask G.tts.
I,000 Cash Gifts,
GnniTslal SS.txO Gitts, all Cash 510,000
aPaTioO Of VlclaLSBtaS.
100 each.
50 each.
$2M,O0rj
. Ii 0.000
. C3,oou
- 50. 100
- 25,000
. 100 OOO
. 140,000
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WONDERFUL DISCOVERT !-A rare Core
for rwr and MM. Been in us fiPeen
years, and nertr Hmn a fitO. Every CsamUy should
have this remedy, and turn 'Id denaace totte
"shades.'' Eentin scaled envelops by naalltoi
12. Ca Adlrcn DS.E.G.JONE",
(Ooxs; BaBeiauearre,
ar fl- w-2ta Grafton eocat as K. II.
SAMARITAN NERVINE!
Is the great reme3y for El-
lep"lc lit'. Convulsions and
spasms. It Is an lahllit.V
renvedr. A cettsin and sure
eurdtn every cas, of loo; or
hoit slsndin?, it matters not
how manv doctors have tried
their sk'll and tailed, it has
h ea te ted ty hundreds, and
neer was (known to tail in a
icjlccrs-. lomecrj'cdltn-
tnc itatelr lor mediricea and
pkreB(. A trial bottle will
1m sent to any one eu0cr!n
with the slave named di'ca-
s-'s. Alwsvs clve name of
joar txp-ess olficr, wtcn crJainjincKiim.
SFEEDIX.Y CEJKESD
.aavaasi
ALL Chnnie and rro'ii
.exes, at rersasabie frice..
Dbcajes ot both
Young it en wto
are snSerlng from nervoas dt b .ity, a w.ak, nerv-
oat, exsauted leelio;, m energy, low i.int, con
fined head, weak niocory. etc., rinianemly
cured.
Fenales can consult mr jrsonaIly or by letter,
about any ol the difficulties incdestio theses,
with the a'lannce of tpeclr relief. AU comuiu-
mcauons stnctiy cjnoaca in.
BTlnsa two itSTiiri fii " a Itlrstrated Journal cf
Health arosnletetrtatfiecnallchroalcdlsea e,
roatsJninf upwards cf sixty pses; alio, a Short
tsctsre oa Uarriage. Itisabwi thit every laui
ily ought te have, and co cne LcuM be without ic
Te the wash and slrfcly one, It lays tero lheeaue
oftha rnaaly, points oat tht remedy and directs
how U retain that precious boon. (JTerl.OOna-
uenxs are now cnuex ireaiment
Reasa state where you saw this advertisement.
Addles', DU. t- A. RICUMOND,
(P. O Box 711.) St. Jo-eph. Mo.
Oflea: On Francis street, opposite Pacific Hotel.
o
Deputy, Utility & Strength Combined
11'ifA no ToiLozic Tread of the Treadle.
CECKV7ITH SEW1SO KACEIHC CO.
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RT DISEASES, 8E3USAL WEAKXESS The
aasalt oJ early indiacretlonj cr other causes, pro-
acaas; aawvuvssiKSB. nirua, uai ms facb,
iisssiiis to soeaxrr, rarrAiaso uar, toss or
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TftAAC MASUC
IViQciralOJEcaani lfanula;tory,
12 xil 14 KaraHn Street Wdeletoaii, Connectcut.
General Wtstern Office,
210 5orth Sixth Street, St. Loab, Me.
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UNIVERSITY of KANSAS.
The next session opens Wednesday, Sth SeplVaa
ber, prox., with appoiatxeots te a r aasli al
Cane, a Scientific Cm.-ar, a jtodera Utaaton
Coots-, a C-nrss ol QvU tailaset lofeaai a eaal
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Mutual Life Assurance Society
op the tthtted states.
Principal Ofice, Xeavenworth, Kansas.
H. D. MACK A V,
President.
E. IIENSLEY,
Viee-Prei't.
GKU. A. 3I00KE,
Secretary.
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TBI18. XOBGAal. Coatracter.
J. CL DOOOL.SW, Ateoney.
IX W. HOOSTOS. rrop L,a.Comercial.
Ota A. XOOCC, Se-rstary.
lrootora:
H. D. MACKAV, PniiJent.
F. BDENl'S Insurance.
THOS. A. ei-UuttS. Governor State of t,
E. HENSLET. Pres't Lrav. Savinjs Bank.
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