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FRIDAY MORNING, JAM. 21, I8CS. I'BAOTICAL HOCSIKIirEnj, FARMERS, 1IORTI' CCITCR1SIS, AND HOCK BREEDERS, ARE PARTIC ULARLY REQUESTED TO CONTRIBUTE ARTICLES TOR THIS DEPARTMENT. FARMKUS' GXUItS. CosmnifTioNs rou this department rnox TUK llllOTIIGRIIOOD WILL DE ORATErULtT RE-CtlVKIl. Meeting, 'Oregon Lodge, Mo. 139, moots on tho first Monday and third Saturday of oaeh month. ,Keytone II, A. Chap tor. U. D., mseti on tbt fourth Saturday of each month. i . (DISCOVERIES W .JERUSALEM. Tbo London Times publishes an, in- rjIHE RATIONAL FREEMASON An Illustratod wookly, Is tho loading Masonio Ppor' of 'the United States; circulating orer tho entire country, and In London, Paris,. and othcrforclgn ports. This WEEKLY embraces sixteen pages : each numoor containing tuo mio anu ainoeiiiiucu with rortralt of some.aistinguiinoaiMason. It contains J" Sketches', Poetry, " . Stories, , I f ' '' Disquisitions, . Family Attielee, News, " Jurisprudence, Ami RotiIIm to Correspondents. It combine's tho talent of tho Order In ItscoU umns, and as a Masonic ami Heiect Family Journal, has no competitor. Address, Dr. AicMumy, National Freemgon, P. 0. Box 6003, New York City. terms $4 tier annum inadvanco; $2 a half year tlnglo coplos, 10 conts. , club bates : G copies, 18 dollars ; 10 copies, 35 dollars ; 15 1 NORTH.WJ3STERN ' J :. INSURANCE COMPANY Ojficc South side Market Square, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Authorized Capital, - - - - - - $200,000 ! Insures Against LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE AND LIGHTNING. OFFICERS: DR. J. T. BERGHOFF, Prosidontj O. H. FOOTE, Secretary ; Vice president : E. T. EVANS, Treasurer ; J. W. STEELE, Genoral Agent. in j i ii ATrni7T?r t. OH. W. BOWMAN Looal Agont. .10 .Or. iff- OtTM dollars ; Clergyman, 3 dollars. Premiums to Clubs t Parlor and Larat Onant and Mtlodeoni. For GO subscribers at 4 dollars each, an organ of any Now YorK manufacture, worth 60 dol lars ; for 76 at 4 dollars, worth 75 dollars ; for 1UO nt 4 dollars, worth iuu dollars: Torino at 4 dollars, worth 125 dollars; for ICO at 4 dollars, worth 160 dollars ( for 176 at t dollars, Dealro in . i HARDWARE, CUTLERY, , AMD ARM I N G II PLEMENT BRICK BLOCK, Oregon, Mo. S! W. Sc any, hemmer and feller, silver platod, 100 dol lars. Booki. For 6 subscribers, at 4 dollars ouch, Oliver's I J. W. Dealers in ZOOK, ,v.v Dry Goods, Groceries, &c; Foeest City, Mo. NOW. ffhilo tllO lone OVCnlneS and in fnriotinif Mirr in rcTrrt tn tlin rllar-nr. our moronortbornsoctions, good sloigh- L.., in nMffrM. . jeriiai.iom. from inc invito to seek entortainmcnt, nnti to , . , ' . . ,. . oxchanco friendly visits, why not organ- which wo select the following : izo debatiug socioties in your neighbor- Tho colossal foundations of tho tem hood, buc instead of discussing thousu- plo wall) which aro "stones of ten cu- al lyceum topics, chooso agricultural bits and stones of ight cubits," laid by subjects, and exchange opinions and ex- Solomon or his successors on tho throne Dcrionco upon tlieso as moro familiar . . .... ,. .l r . . !, . . ..... nrn now beint? laid ha.ro nt tho enormous and altocotuer moro proiitaoio anu prac- . . . . tical, leaving to statesmen ana point- uepm ol many iei, mm wviu uuuumu COpiCSi 47 dollars and tiny ccutsj copies, uu tfnra fP nntinnnl tinlmw nnii I fhn rvrnafirifr nnrfripn. Tnn nrinrrn Hmf. I UOlIUrs ! LlcrffTDian. o dOlll international laws, and sprcotl-cnglo or- 0,co spanned the ravino bctweon tho atory in which they seem to delight poiaco on Zion and tho templo on Mo themselves. Not that wo wish to lg- r. . . , , . , noro investigation into notional affairs "au 1S uuw Pr,uvo" M B(1 "uuu r and cravo questions of tho day, which warus 01 ohu uuuureu uiiUj my is indeed tho duty of overy loyal citizen, high. IE this bo as it seems, tho as- hut tho discussion of matters, tho is- cent to tho houso of tho Xioru wmcn anna nf wliirli urn nlromlv fixed, or aro Solomon showed to the Queen of Sheba. worth 176 dollars. .1 1 . V 1. il. . .1:- I U I Sttcina Slachinit for a lPi'i or Widow. nni nr mn inniiT. imnnnnnr lii liiu win- i wn i:uiiiiul iuuuu mat uii auuiiik' il luuiu I " - -...i!. it a k nn ,n;.!t n U rri.n;r.nn.l For 50 subscribers at 4 dollars each, wo will puianw or uuumuwu, 11 mo U .. ua u,.w .u rWo a gowlD(! 5IacMne ,,1, 60 dollars 1 forC6 present, is urthcr, no not go to tuo uis- cio or mo icmpio, on wmcn mo lompicr gubscrlbors, 05 dollars ; for 70, 70 dollars ; for trict scuool-houso , ic is generally un- piacca mo oavior, ubbjuss ooen uncov- iw suoscnucrs, mucaoinei, wamui or manog t n 1 ii. 1 11- 11. 1 i ' r -i 1 : 1 1 1 1 nry nammn nnri ittiiov suitor Tiiarnri. urn nni, comiortaolo tor i;rown poopio, ami oe- ereu 10 me oaso anu is lounu sun w ntr a acmi-nuhlio Dlacc. vou cannot cx- havo an elevation of 130 feet. Tho '.D. . I . . ' , , I . r , ... j. c udo tho Drofessional ounccr. or halt- statement ot josopnus is tncroioro no grown rowdy, Who Claim ttio rigui 10 exaggeration, "ii any ono iookcu irom LandmarKs, 2 tols., octavo, 5 dollars; for3, obtrudo their noisy and filthy habits, tho battlements into tho valley he would Oliver's Ulctlonary and Cyclopedia of Frecma- and by their presence frequently exclude be giddy, while his sight could not roach . - 0 nts? for 16 Tourer". nv L'Ann affnv tnn wivpa nnn iirtiifrnror.q. i rn annn nn lmmnnsn iipntn.-' nocuouH 1 .n .., ... 1 : vr.,,.; ...- 0 t : , luvois., iu uoiiare. in 101s proporuoa lor BDy DOtoro wnom men gonerany iovo 10 uis-10: tuo ancient wan 01 upnei navu ueuii Masonio worn initio cw rorit uiantct. play their stock of information and cr- exhumed, showing that, as josephus Xegaha, udition, and whom they lovo to please, says, it was joined to tho southeast an- For 60 subscribers, at 4 dollars each, 10 Vel- Theso catbcrinRS may bo matlo very 2lo of tho templo. Aqueducts, cisterns, 1 iiw "'7cu Bl,eer, SV.8" w .w - - . . .- 1 t 1 11 r i.iiiiiiii'r. wiiriii 1111 uuiiura : 1 11 r 111. 1 if iiia ploasant, ontertaining, and prohtablo if rock-hewed channels, and passages, .onIo uibbonCollars and 10 Lodeo Jewels. heav a neighborhood agreo to moet trom havo also been aiscovoreu witnin anu iiy plated, engraved insamostyieas puresilrcr, n n Hl'V Xt ulUXUSJ U A 'lill'AT'r II Jl? TlTl lTlVT ITC? houso to houso. It will tend to keep around tho horem, throwing now light worth 46 dollars; for w, 10 Lodge Jewel,, mxiUVJU W iJWUlVU, lilXJLlJL lU'JDiLUilX!ilO, up friendly communication, mako you on the buildings, tho arrangements, and I crlb ' X0 Outcera Apron,, stamped In kold. nn nutrnnr c hotter acquainted, bring you nearer to tho services of tbo temple. with jewel of office, trfmmcd with bIIk, 50 dol-r. ACJQ . pATNTC3 ,OTTC," pimpwmpq jvn TTnnnna nnir nrt oach othor ih your svmDathics. and The creat work of a comnloto explo- 'arsj ror u suoscr uors, 1 m. woson ressp"'"a ,, i, arouse 0 commendable prido in showing ration of ancient Jerusalem is thus fair- &lSI!K up your stock, out-buildings and such lv and auspiciously commenced. Tho n dollars': for 12 subscribers, n Gold Fen: for homo comforts as cannot bo hid, when opportune visit of tho Sultan and grand 60 subscribers, a Gold Watch and Chain, for vou admit voiir noicrhbor to votir lionrt vWlnr tn tliin rnnntrv. nnd tho ronrcson- gentleman or lady, U.J A;.l .r.l.fnr. r.a nnA i. il.. i.ii.. l, iL .!,. Wo will dcllvor the articles at our rooms, 432 u..u uva.. u..u i ui .uuu w w "J llroome Street second story, or send the hooks by-laws and mako it entirely a social bishop of York, followed up as they by mni Bnmp3 hnvlng been furnished. If tho gathering, it will add much to tho en- havo been by tho energy, tho wisdom artlclo is to bo boxed, tho expenso must bo pre tertainraent to havo refreshments, pro- and tact of Lieut. Warren and his ad- PalJ "10 P0"011 senumg ior it. vided there is no rivalry in these mat- mirablo staff, havo smoothed down Mos- N 0 TI 0 E S. tors or Btrifo in which tho most wealthy Iom prejudice,- removed local opposi- ftom the rrotuttmt Churchman, can out-do his moro humble neighbor, tion, and thus brought about opportuni- Among our Exchanges, few are moro welcome Chaneo your presiding officor overy ties for excavation and exploration such or more worthy of cowmondatlon than TheNa. month, and your secretary onco a year, as r.ever occurred before and.besides, Keep a record and send a short, pithy a largo number of Arab laborers have porienced editor, an ablo writer nnd thoroughly roDort to tho Kural wor d. brincine out been trained to tho work, and are eacer imbued with that charity, which is tho true the main points discussei, and any vol- to bo employed ; and tho exact points of iVrSflJS ablo information that may beneut tho for succcsstul exploration aro now well cry week a paper that is full of valuable and interesting matter, not only adapted to mem bers or tho fraternity, but Tor other readers. Kvcry Craftsman should subscribe to it, and others might bo improved by reading it. PJKNIOK Ac LOVING, Cash Wholcsalo Dealers in NO'S 3 andri6) IT, S SECOND ST, LAMPS, STATIONERY, &o., iMINT JOSEPH, MO. 3Thoy are tho North Western Wholesalo Atrcnts for DR. D. JAYNE & SON, and DR. J. C. AYER k CO., and can furnish thoir medicinoB in any quantities. iiSU ly general public. Wo will dovoto a col umn evory week to this department. Tho secretary or person transmitting information can civo in very brief terms tho state of weather, &c, &c. Rural World. Such information would bo thank fully received at tho offico of your coun ty paper. Ed Sentinel. IIIItED HELP. known. D. A. CONSTABLE, Importer and Dealer In Iron, Steel, and Heavy Hardware. ALSO AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, WAGON MAKER'S AND BLACK- Jtuza HMITH'W M A TI:1? 1 A T. I ITT'n W'T'P'I' ITJfl nnnnQ junisrminr,CF quest io iv s I Ones. Can a man who has been. made a Muson in a Military traveling Lodgo, and has a demit or ccrtihcato from tho Grand Lodgo under which suid Lodge worked, bo admitted a member in a Missouri Lodgo ? tfns. Tho Grand Lodgo of Missouri tins nronnunced. nnd so holds, all Ma- k i I l -i . ! r ...... ... ' . cuuu uuuu ui, uuuuiu nio ruii-H ib sons mndo in travc incr mi itarv JjOiloes tno cucapesc nana, it win pay in wio as "clnndcstino ;" they cannot visit or improved work, and tho increased caro bo admitted into a Missouri Lodgo of stock stock will do much better, without a snccial "healinir." and it haB . . o . .. ' (Enquirer of Connecticut.) Tho National Fracmason Is tho luraeit ami but I . . .... " jtasouio journal in tno country. ( Union of Mittouri.) The host paper wo havo Been. (Gaitltc, of 'Sew llamvthire.) Dy far the best Masonio papor ever published. (Paladium, Indiana.) Certainly one of tho very best papers in the I country. Fourth Btroot, 148 ly SAINT JOSEPH, MO. !M. Jr. .SAXTOWlf CO.t i , s acmthern Hotel, Mason and Hamlin, nave tno nonor to announce that they have been awarded a ' FIRST PRIZE'MEDALi, AT Till Great Paris Bapositiont I86T FOR THE BUPKPJORITY 07 TBKIR CABINET ORGANS In competition with the , . Boat Makors of all Countrios. This triumph Is tho most slsntficant from th fact that M. & II. were represented only by their ordinary styles of Instruments, such as are cur rently som irom their warerooms. Theaupsri orlty of their organs, in substantial exoellcncoj, was universally recognised by the eminent Jury,. auu uy iuu musical proieision 01 tno WOrlU, SB' represented at Paris. M. & II. have boen honored by written testi monials from very distinguished European Or ganists and Musicians to tho superiority of their work. Among them may be mentioned, Thom as Alexander, London t Edquard Batiste, Prof, of tho Imperial, Conservatory of Music, and Or ganist or tne unurcn or St. Eustacbe, Paris ; 0. Bonolt, Paris Froderio Boscojfitz, PJanjst to , tho King of Portugal, etc; Cemay, Paris; An ton Cosgayon, Madrid u Manuel Do La Mata, Royal commissioner or Spain on tho Muslcat Instruments of tho Parts Exposition jiJA: Des sault, Organist of tho church of St. Louis'; Par is ; August Durand, Organist of tho church of St. Vincent do Paul and Composer. Paris: Paul d'llarcoull, Paris; Wra. Qostluls. Lon don; Aj Couroult, Itoucn ; OQuellain, Bor deaux ; 0. W: Hann, Court' Organlstj Halle bronn ; !Edquard Hoohmelle, Organist of tho uuurcn or at. rumps uu Hoch, or the Chapel of , the Senato, &o., Paris ; Dr. Edward Haosllck, Professor of Musio at tho Imperial Untreralt of Vienna, Juror of Musioal Instruments at the Paris Exposition Universale, 1807; 0. Zellus; Bremen; A. Kutharac, St. Petersburgh ; E. Kettercr. the dlstlneuished comnoser and Plan.' let, Paris; Lefeybre Wely, Organist at thet church of St. Sulplce, Paris ; 0. Lomaltre, Strasburg; Otto Lecsman, Berlin ; D. Magnus, rianist and Composer, Paris ; 0. Maurice, Or: ganlst of tho Church of St. Paul, Paris; D. Morrcll, London ; R. Orslnl, Organist of tho Church of tho Invalldes, Paris ; A. Palllard, Varennes; C. M. reiver, Madrid; T. II. L. Pool, Organist at Drntcn, near Nywcgcu, Hoi- 1 land ; Maximilian Rolohnrd. Pastor. Stars-, bourg; T. Bclnhardt, Cologno; A. Roller, Or ganist of tho Collcgo ofOerman Jesuits, Paris; A. llohmcr, Leader of tho United Qcsancrerln. Vienna; A. Roulanger, Paris; 0. Rush, Lon don ; II. Schwar, Organist of tho Protestant Chapel, Chalet du Bols, Paris; Mad. A. Seiv- ers, l'ans ; iu. aulton, j.onilon ; M. I. Verrein lst, do la MuBtquo do Sa Mnjoste l'Empereur do la &ooleto,dcs Concerts du Coimrvatorie et do l'Academle Imperiato de MuBtquo ; ex-Maltro do Chaprllo dc l'Egllso St. Thomas d'AqUln, ko Paris ; Vcrvathea, Organist at Hod all, Sur rey, England ; Tbcodoro Visard, Rodaoteur-n Chelcde do la Revuo' do Muslo Sacroo, Ancl enno ctModernc, rarls;,Q Vogt, Colmar; J. Wingfiold, London ; E. Saint-Saens, ;Composer and Organist of tbo Church of tbo Magdelene, Paris. M. fe II. havo tho honor also to refer to near ly all tho most prominent Organists of America for testimony to the superiority of their work. PricoB 75 to 1000 Dollars Eaoh. BQy Circulars, with full particulars, to any address. Jlho STECK'S PMJYOS, Raven Bacon's Pianos, Vose's Pianos. Send for clroular and Prion List. ' M. II. SAXTON & CO., Car. D and Walnut St's. St. Louis, Mo. 20-Cm Thus a saving, careful, industrious hand, is a benefit a benefit all round a sort of a master of tho situation, tho whole farm feeling his influence. Besides, you feel tho security oE re lianco in tho man; from homo, you know you aro safo ; at home, you havo a companion in good work. You will not dispenso with such a hand. Wo know a few such ; thoy aro always kept it thoy can ho kept ; anu they usually aro; thoro is a freemasonry between thorn which keeps them' together ; tho mtcrost seems to .bo mutual,. and there fore prosperous. Avoid tho opposito character on your farm avoid it by all means. It is a spongo and an injury in whatever it touches ; you havo it on hand; you keep it; it docs not help you. On tho other hand, a good hand is a second self, yoursolf duplicated, yourselt loft when you go away, vour self doubled in capacity. Your feeling ot satoty is worth something ; your sat isfaction of seeing everything done right, is another thing. Part with member of tho family with your right hand, almost as soon as with such hand. But tho other, got him under no circumstances. Rural World. How to Write. Rev. Dr. Hallock, tho veteran oditor of tho American Tract Society, says : "Contrive to say too moat possiuio in tno loast space Pitch' right into your subject. Contrive to mako tbo titlo and first sontonco so that it must bo read ; and so of tho sec ond, no matter what has precedod, or is to follow." Strict attention to, theso simple rules would reduce tho number and dimensions of our "blanket sheets. spoodily bring down tho present hich prioo .of printing paper, and relievo many a woary and porplexod oditor of thOjdisogreeablo necessity of rojecting numerous omerwiso weit-wntten ana do lirablo articles. prescribed tbo mannor of "healing" to be, that tho applicant must tapply, just the Atlantic, asn protano would, and it elected, ro- coivo all tho degrees de novo ; and tho only distinction raado between such can j 'if .1. i .1. - muuicB unu proiaucs ib, mat tne iormcr may bo received without fee, provided he has already paid fullu for his de- grces in tho military Lodge if not ful IV, then ho mav bo charged the diner encc to mako up the sum of feos in the MiBsouri Lodge. ADVANCEMENTS REJECTIONS. Q. If an E. A. or F. 0. is reiected for advancement, when may ho apply again y. lio may apply at overy regular communication, providing no objection isi filed bv a member orninst tho ballot boing taken. Soe decision of M. W. li. Mastor vincil in his address page 29, and confirmed by Grand Lodgo, (Tho World, of Paris.) It Is tho best American Weekly that crosses ' ' (Tlio Jt'rfor, of London.)" It is tho cheapest and best naner of tho kind in tno worm. (Israelite, Cincinnati, 0.)' Masonic Israelites should notfalltosnbscribo for tho National Freemason. It is studded with excellent information. (Eaetcm Journa, Md.) Tho best established Masonic tournal in tho u. o. (Penniylvania Sentinel.) Very handsomo journal of a hlah lltcry char. uoior. (Eaitern Journal, Md.) Thebost'Masonlo papor in America this Is I t . a "7 - I saying a great aeat yet not oo much. THE LAMB j KNITTING MACHINE. Knits Jl Stocking COMPLETE I I Forming tho Heel and narrowing off tho Too as it goes along. iJV Jl Sets Up JU Own Work, Widens and narrows by varying the number of loops, the samo as In hand knitting. No other Machino in tho world can do any one of these things. It knits a yard of plain work in TEN MINUTES! A pair of Socks coropleto in half an hour, and an endless variety of fancy fabrics. EVERY MACHINE; WARRANTED , To Work as Represented, Circulars and sample stocztng seat te any address on receipt of Btamps. M. W. LEET, Gen'l Ag't, 21-ly No. 11 N. Fifth et, St. Louis. pagd',54. HErEATINQ THE BALLOT. O. Is it in tho powerof tho W. M: to order a third ballot under any circumstances? A. Tho reply to this question will bo emphatically found in section 14, or- .. . r'. r t T T " . t 010 XVI, u. u. oiy-uawH, uu iuiiuws ; "After tho ballot has beon taken and (Expounder, Mich,) Every page shows the exill of the workmen who devoto time to its classical and learned pa- IjlNERGETIO MEN AND Wanted to Canvass for t an1 litaftAW tt ihn , BOOKS OF SHE BIB rt vi . rfJt n oi ; LADIES Origin I 4 What it Is. gCB. (Weitern Home Journal, Kan.) sknonledgod Masonic paper of tb The acknowledged try, paper of tho'e'dun- tho history of each o iosplredAuthors, I Infidel cavils and i. It Is an orulnary in a r osle Yilume. nustvoana bbiyin (Ohio Sentinel ) Tho best Masonio paper published. ( Union Sentinel, Kan.) Although emnhatloally a Masonio tonmni. vet iuu muuriuK uu tuougiuiui Beexer alter knowi' - ... . . I .U R examineo, accoruing to custom, tno re- edge, who is not a freemason, will (India it suit shall be declared uy tne Master, mucn to pront ana interost. unless only one negativo voto appears, ! .. 1. .L .l.n 1 ii n t nu l.nll ami,.. m vuiou u iaovw ouu.u The most comprehensive and Catholic ofpub- tno secona trial uy oauot, wnicu snau ci 0ns an exce entfamllvnttnir.fmm-hiM, . n . ... . I ... r-r-.f-.v r- in all cases oejinai ; nor can it do set every wing onjeciionai is exciuueii. asido by tho Lodgo, Master, Grand (New Jertey Review.) (Independent, :Vt.) An unsurpassed Journal. Master, or even tho Grand Lodge." Under this law we do not see bow a third ballot can bo had, when it is de clared that tho second ballot shall be final, not to bo set asido by any ono Wn wnnld Innk nnnn tho prnnrimpnt ar avflrv dancerous one: several charters LAW J"i.h.aT0 o"" pP?r ." r ' . r o , , i j V li. u- o. 'aevotea to creemasonry, tust encb a having' boon , already arrested for tho journal as we have long wished to seo, and such OalllU UUvuou aa una uvu uvuucu vuuruiiug la overy respeot. (Mvertieer, Va.) Worthy the patronago of everybody. (Keyetone, N. 0.) Showing what the Bible is noti and bow to use It: tracl book up to its origin witl ana completely answerin objections to thVScrlptu library of Biblical Hlstoi brier, clear,, accurate, co: terestlnir. A master-pleco or oommfi senso It is needed In every family where vA Bible Is read, as well as by every Sabbath-school teach er, student ana clergymen. flu being the only book on the subject (ever, pMljshd or sold In iiio uouairjr, pguuia unu cueiiv see tuv nuvan1 tago oi canvassing lor initwor culars containing notlctfs ;ai from leading ministers or al Address Zelglor; McCurdy & Htreet, bt. Louis, Mo ftEMOREST'S YOUNi ' tho best Juvonilo Mi ory Boy and Girl that seta 1 Press say so: and Parent firm it. I)o uot fall to eeoul Microscope, with a Glass'. llvlnir objecti, or asood two knife, ana a large number of o Send for clr- Indorsements denominations. ,No. 618 Olive 0 i sl'Vf mi J1L il AMERICA, azine. Ev- ays so j all the Teachers on- 7. A gooa t to confino ', pearl pook- desirable ar- subscriber; umber oom- noies, given as premiums to Yearly. S1 60. Thn Vovnmhai mences a new volume. I C' , Bubllshed by VT. JENNINGS DEMOREST, 47S Broadway. New York. Try it, Boys and Girls. Specimen ooplcs. five : . .... . . u - ' . ceuw, maucu tree. p ootor Whittlor. A S i)iri,ou uanoinq in ma orriOB shows, XI Is a regular graduate of medicine IIe has been troatlng private diseases longer, by years, than any othor so advertising, as back files of St. Louis papers will show.l and is tho only Doctor who occupies a whole houso of twelvo rooms for office purposes. Consultation free, and a separato room for eacn. A rrlcnuiy talk will cost you. noth-j ing. lie refers to past aucoess, present position, anu can giro reliamo city rcler onco. Charges moderate : cures euaran tctd. Office. No. 017 Saint Charles street. Between Sixth and Seventh, ono snuarel soutu oi iiinaeu iiotci. umco hours o a. m. to 8 F. M. EvsRvnoDT can cet. In a sealod latter envolope, my theory, Symptoms and treat, ment of Nervous. Urinary and Sexual dlt eases, clearly delineating all tho diseased condition, with full Symptom lists, for two mree cent postage stamps, to pro-pay p6s- miju, uiruuwrs lor iisuies,' relating to uiseases, ruoerty, Menstruation,' anai'reg aancy, three cents. 84-ly The Short all Rail Lino East To Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, and at. JLouts, And all points EaBt is via tiii Old, Rilihix .UEKTIUI, itOUTB, 711 , HANNIBAL k ST. JOE R. R. LINE Two Daily Express Trains On tbe'IIANi & St. Jo. It, It., run through from at t 1. . - ... - ! tfuoopii id vimnoy wunout cnango 01 oars, CONNECTINQ.AT O.TJINOY With Ohicaffo. Dnrllnffton. Anil Onlnnv. .n Tn. ledo, Wabash k Western Railroads! forallp'olnta ' .. . xt il.' . - t a . i ' -' For St; Louis. Close connections made at Maoon with North Missouri It. It., for St. Louis, and at. Hannibal with Dally Mian. Iliver l'aoket for St. Louis, meais ana stata rooms iree, leaving overy even Ing on arrival of trains from the west, and ar riving in St. Louts,-next morning in season for business, and ta connect with Chicago, Alton & St. L'ouis, Terre Haute,' Alton & St. .Louis, and Ohio & Mississippi Railroads, for' all points caii, noriu, auu oouvu. VfettJ Sleeping Cars Run on JVighl Trains. Bux Youn Timonon Tickets via IIah, & St. Jo. it, it. at their ticket othoes in Omaha, Conn oil Blufis, Flatlsmouth, Nebraska City, St. Jo seph, and on each Paoket in tho line, and enjoy tho .consciousness of having taken the short, cheap, and qulok route east. P. B. GROAT, aen'J Tioket Agent, Hi II. COURTRIGIIT, Geri'I Pr't Ag't, ' , 41 0. W. MEAD, Gen'l Supt. BLANIC SUBPCBNAS,' nnd Sum; . raons; foir Justices, on hand at this office, ' Philip Phillips & Co.r Wholesalo nnd Retail Dealers in Piauos, Organs, AND MELODEONS. Western Agents for DECKER RRO'S' PATENT PLATE PIANO FORTES. Theso aro tho. only Pianos made in, this coun try orEuropo, with tho full Iron Framo. ln'which all tho strings rest upon Wooden Bearings, and in which nono of tho Tuning Pins go throagh. the Iron Plate. This arrangement produoes a moro refined tone, with combined sweetness and ' great power, and moro perfect equality through tbo entire soale, and the capacity of 'standing longer in, tune, and retaining its superior qual ity of tone than any other Instrument, ' Philip Philips Co's 'Pianos At ways'on Hand. U.it JggsjgJ Al I ) General Agents for S. D. & II." Wl Smith's AMERICAN ORGANS. The, Amerloan Organs, are the. only real reed Organs now before the Public The only Or- , gun having a i ) . Bovorfeoailng Bound pox, or Wind- u , .Chest. , t 4 1 . j Which has the same important part to perform , as. the Sounding Board has In the Piano'Forte, (to give body and reasohanoe of tone) and with-' ' out which tho Organ becomes, merely a Melode on ih an Organ Case; ' The Amerloan Organs not only haye.tho Wind Chest or Sound Box, but have the large,Organ Bellows, giving power and great steadiness1 6f tone. These with;their extreme flnfl voicing ef ( the Reeds and perfecting of the tone, make them the -x- ' Most Perfect Organ Known The improvements, wjth superiority. of .toof and workmanship, plaoe tho AmerlcanJOrgans In tho front rank lea1thq1.beijt, and. they so.m-,-mand a higher prloe than any other reed Instru ment in the market. Every lnstrument'warran-j ' ted. Send for atprlccllst and cirqular. Publlshora of the "Singing Pilgrim," '(new,) " for Sunday Bohools. Address ' j . PHILIP PHILLIPS & 00., . '416TIorth6tBSt., Bt.Xonls, Mo, tl-80-ly ' at l . ex . i i.i. f . -r .niw ' ' " .... K BOPPLY ALWAYS ON -HAND AT Tnfl xx. BiNTiNituaioe.feuaa supply an uemand, ror oianas.