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THUB8DAY, JULY 21, 1870.
Pbaikte chickens are said to be very
pkatif ill this season in Kansas.
As Eastern moralist affirms that the onl v
difference between the Ming of David and
that of the present day-in, that the rfing
thrown David and not Goliah.
A case of feminine daring is related of a
Virginia belle, who rode to the edge of a
precipice, and defied any man of the jiarty
with whom she was riding to follow her.
Not a man accepted the challenge; but a
tantalizing youth stood on Ids head in hid
addle and dared the lady to do that.
The first stock imported directly to Kansa
has jut ltcn received by Hon. Marcus J.
Parrott, and consists of two French Perclieron
draft horses. They arc dapple-grey, 16
hands highland weigh about 1,600 pounds
each. After their long trip of 4,000 miles,
they arc in splendid condition, and are great
ly admired ly all the horsemen. The Pcr
cheron horse lias been imported into this
country, and may be found in many of the
Eastern and some of the Western States,
where he is highly prized for his endurance,
longevity and beauty. 2o draft horse of
their equal lias ever before brought to Kan
sas, r.nd our enterprising fellow citizen in
entitled to the thanks of farmers and stock
raisers for this valuable contribution to the
improvement of the breeds of this section.
The bon-es may be xeen at Mr. Parrott's
farm, two and a half miles west of the city.
The Uwe P'H".
Our rcKrter interviewed the learned pig
last evening, in company with a large num
ber of other eople who were desirous of
seeing a hog that had been educated into de
cency. The pig "all the way from the wilds
of Oregon, who was placed tinder instruc
tion at the early age of one week and now
exhibits that wonderful knowledge which
you are about to witness, ladies and gentle
men," is named Tom. He weighs about 140
pounds, Is white in color, and a .very neat
looking animal. A number of playing cards
were scattered upon the stage, and he would
pick up any designated card called for by
any one present, even when it was merely
named as the "best card in euchre," or the
"lowest in the pack." A small watch held
open to his eye for a moment "resulted in hi
picking up cards numbered repre
senting the hours and minutes.
Tom ran his eye down a column of figures
'balked on a Itoard and picked up the total
in figured cards. Then a lot of cards with
"yes," "no," "corn," "whiskj-," names of
various ex-Presidents of the United States,
Ac., were laid before him with which he
would answer applicable question. "What
are you, Tom?" "Hog," he would answer.
"Tom, who will be the next President?"
Same answer "Hog." "Wliat would you
lily if you liad the money?" "Corn."
And so on. Now that pig has brains. There
is no iim; disimting that l.e is iotcd. "Do
you like iHitchers?" "So," says Tom,
He is well worth going to see, and ought to
be allowed to run at large.
afressnyferlan NynfMt of KnnaN.
Knmi the Topcka Ita-onl.
; . Thursday, July 14.
.The Synod nict.at 9 o'clock a. in. and
spent lialf an hour in devotional exercises'.
A committee, consisting of S. A. Irwin,
F. E. Sheldon and D. Detrick, was ap
pointed bring in a minute on the death of
hcv. Gary Hickman.
The engrossing committee on the recon
struction resolutions pre-cnted a resolution,
which ra adopted, and will be published
The Synod took a recess of fifteen minutes,
in order that the -ctaI Presbyteries might
attend to scleral imp irtanl matters of busi
ness. After recess, lcv. Timothy Hill, Dis
trict Secretary of Home Missions, addressed
the Svnod on the subject of the organization
of new churches, the building of new houses
of worship, the maintaining of ministers, &c
The following standing committees were
On Home Missions Rev. F. S. McCabe,
Rev. J. LaJones and Hon. N. C. McFar
On Foreign Missions Rev. E. Cooper,
Kev. E. K. Lynn andM. J. M. Bright
Or? Church Erection Rev. Wm. Bishop,
Rev. S. A. Stoddard and Mr. Jason Yuran.
On Education Rev. E. Cooier, Rev. J
L. Chapman and Mr. P. Falcs.
On .Publication Iter. D. M. Moure, Rev.
E. Blachlcv and Mr. G. W. Long.
On Ministerial Relief Rev. P. S. Clc
land, Rev. W. A. Starritt and Judge "B. C.
A committee on organized church work
was appointed, consisting of Rev. S. Mc
Obc, Rev. James 'Lewi-, Rev. R. M. Ovex
rtrect, and Elders S. Scovill and M. How
ell. The subject of Indian education was re
ferred to the Committee on Education.
The following action was taken respecting
the death of Rev. Mr. Hickman:
Tlte Synod having heard with deep
emotion of the death of Brother Gary Hick
man, deem it their duty and privilege to put
upjn record the following resolutions:
1st. That we are ever grateful to the great
Head of the Church for giving to us and
spiring to us so long, such a beautiful ex
ample of Christian life.
'jd. That we express our high appreciation
of the faithful labors of the lamented brother,
so lone identified with tlie welfare of the
f SUajJJjmi. x. iFIT 5Lislv,. -.: :. .. "n',V-"""F!
Masters Kingdom, ami with the interests of
ihe Prvsbvtenan Church in the West; and
weuld feel that in his death we liave lost one
'of our most zealous and self-sacrificing min
isters. 'M. That we tender tothcnumeroiis friends
and relatives of the departed "brothert our
heartfelt sympathy in their deep affliction.
S. M. Irving.'
F. E. Sheujo:..
o D. Detrick. ft
" lni pleased with this surprise. See to it that
Terrible Death. The Topeka Kccer&PsTxrjtJtAri.iVeir eisewhere." On arriving
!.., .l. "t-: r..j a.ii.. inonno
But few of i the old citizen of Kansas but
what know Rev. C C Morse, a Congrega
tio aal minister, and one of the oldest settlers
in the State. He lias been settled at Em
poria, Grassbop)er Falls, and some other
nkcrs. and rxached in nearlv every town
in the State. Fr rears he has been one t
the Regents of the State Normal School. Of
late, be has resided in Emporia. On
Wednesday of this week he went down into
swell he was having dug on his lot. The
well was in thit condition known, we believe,
as the fire-damp. Finding it difficult to
bn athe, he halloed to be hauled up. Those
on; the ground hauled him up about
twntr -feet, when he fell bade strik
ing his head on rock, in the well,
Breaking his knll, and killing him instantly.
Hk retniim were buried on Thursdav, and
! followed to the grave by a great con-
t: Gov. Ecutridjre. Mr. Merrifl. -Major
Crnai and others, acting aa bearers. " We are
indebted to Rev. Mr. Merrill for the above
Since the above was written, we hare re
ceived the Emporia Air, which give foil
, particulars. The well had reached about
forty feet, and a blast with three pounds of
powder had been made. .Mr. Morse went
down immediately after the blast. When
he had reached a depth of about fifteen feet
he bagan to. feel the poisonous effects of the
lanwrhrrr. and called to the man at the
wiuatiw i, German to pull him up. The
German did not understand him, and within
aery brief time Mr.- Morse fell to the bot
tom, a distance uf twenty-five feet.
t wm two hoars before he could be taken
out, became no -one could be found who
would rentnre into the well. When taken
out k was fifteen minutes before any signs of
lik. were noticeable, lie finally began to
tarathe, and medical aidswas summoned.
Dra. TrHeworthy and .Lawrence did all in
their pswer.to nvre hiaihnt it was1 at once
l to tneaa imb emm Mrona me reacn
of medical aid. fc
(that he had
fallen on the Mtatte
say, no frajcswcr
. Supposing the
tors trenhined the
some relief. The
thigh M fonanwhen,:and there appeared
cnt nans ox,ine boot.
;, about 7 o'clock.'
It has aemnuticed aTall the famtioaahle
mcrtnat taKhna ;tosJettesJJsrencxt week
te aaaaj Jrenos Ttmrs.
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To the Senate tmi Home ef Rearaatofon
WAsarmmnr, July 15 Your attention is
respectfully called to the necessity of passing
aa Indka appropriation bill before the men
hereof Congress separate. Without such an
appropriation Indian hostilities are sure to
ensile, and with them suffering and loss of
lives, and the expenditures vart as compared
with the amount asked.
The latest intelligence from Europe indi
cates the imminence of war between France
and Xorth Germany. In view of this a
sound policy indicates the importance of
some legislation tending to enlarge the com
mercial marine interests of this country.
The vessels of this country, at the present
time, are insufficient to meet the increase
which the existence of a war in
Europe will impose upon
the commerce of the United States, and I
submit to the consideration of Congress the
interests of the country will lie advanced by
the opportunity offered to our citizens to pur
chase Teasels of foreign construction for the
foreign trade. An act to this effect may be
limited -in its action to meet the exigency.
The foreign mail service of the United
States is in a large degree dependent upon
the Bremen and Hamburg lines of steamers.
The Postoffice Department has entered into
contracts in writing with the two companies
above named, and with Williams & Guion's
line respectively for a regular continuous
service or two years, rne only arrangement
that could be made with the Inman and
Canard lines is temporarv, ar-d may be
broken offat any time. The North German
lines are first-class in point of speed and
equipment, their steamers usually making
the tnjt across the Atlantic in from 24 to 36
hours in advance of Williams 4 Guion.
Should the North German steamers be
blockaded or impeded by France, our postal
interests with foreign nations will be greatly
embarrassed, unless Congress interpose for
its relief. I suggest to Congress the propriety
of further postponing the time of adjourn
ment with the view of considering the ques
tion herein communicated.
(Signed) U. S. Grant.
DECLARATION OF WAR.
Paris, July 15. The declaration of war
by the Corps Legislatif took place at 10
minutes before 2 o'clock.
HOLLAND NEUTRAL TROOPS CONCENTRA
TING. Holland remains neutral, and the belli
gerents will probably respect Iter neutrality,
yet troops are rapidly concentrating at Ant
werp and oilier strategic points in the king
dom. SPECIE BStNG REMOVED.
The specie and bullion in the Bank of
Antwerp has been removed-to the Citadel.
t'ajier money is to be issued in place of it.
TROOrS ON THE MOTE.
The movement of troops toward the Rhine
frontier is incessant. Eastern France is ab
solutely alive with soldiers. The troops
which have hitherto garrisoned Paris have
gone and raw levies are slowly replacing
them. Ambulances and caissons throng the
streets of the city on their route to the East.
The preparations at the different naval
stations are on a similiarly large scale. It is
the gencml belief here that war will be de
NAPOLEON'S AMRASSADOR DISMISSED.
Berlin, July 15. The North German
Gazette has a dispatch from Ems to-day,
giving ihe iarticulars of the withdrawal
of the French Ambassador Benedetti. It
seems that he accosted the King of Prussia
while th:; latter xs drinking the waters pf
the springs, demanding peremptorily his in
tentions on the tending imbroglio, he was
tnerciore dismissed immediateiv.
The same pajier says there Is much activity
at Prussian ports, which are being put in a
state of defence.
Iron clads and frigates arc ready to start
from Brest and Cherbourg.
The Crp IKlsIatir.
Paris, July 16. The proceedings in he
Chambers yesterday on the question of war
were interesting and important. In the
Corps Legislatifj Thiers, in a long speech,
pronounced against a declaration of war by
the Government. He said he found after all
was said that France had received satisfac
tion from Prussia, and war should not be
made on her for a mere formalitv. Prime
Minister Ollivicr responded to "Thiers. He
said it was impossible for the Government to
do otherwise than it had done. Thiers
again took the floor. He recalled Mexico
and Sadowa, and said the Gcveanment had
made a new blunder. The majority inter
rupted the speaker, but he proceeded amid
great agitation. When silence was restored,
Ganibctta demanded that all corre
spondence had with Pnivsi.i be laid
leforc the Corps Legislatif. Jules Favrc sec
onded the motion in long speech, asserting
that France could not make war on authority
of telegraphic despatches. The Minister of
Foreign Affairs reported that it was nec
essary to make war and do so immediately
in onler to give Prussia no time to arm. If
any other course was presented he could no
longer remain in the ministry. The ques
tion was then put to vote to demand the
foreign correspondence and was rejected, by
164 against 8L The CoqH then adjourned
till 8 o'clock in the evening.
NAPOLEON TO HEAD THE ARMY.
The Emjieror Is exiected to head the
army in person, and by a series of rapid
movement arrive at the Rhine before Prus
sia has completed her defense.
ENGLAND MAY GET INVOLVED.
London, July lfl. The neutrality of
England will be difficult, and perhaps im
possible and dishonorable, should Holland
and Belgium become involved in the war.
BAILING OF A PRUbSIAN FLEET.
The Prussian fleet of Prince Adclbcrt,
which has 'latterly been in these waters,
sailed for Kiel to-day.
OBJECTS OF THE WAR.
The Time. intimates that the recovery of
Alsace and Lorraine, containing the modern
provinces of Marsellan, Newerth, Mcnz and
the upper Rhine and lower Rhine are the
real objects of the war on the part of Prussia,
and intimates that she has the sympathies
of all mankind. It also hints that English
intervention is probable in cac of Prussia's
Berlin, July 16. The King arrived
here late last evening from Ems. His jour
ney has been a complete ovation from the
atart, commencing at Coblentz. He was sur
roundedliy an immense throng of his coun
tryigen who greeted him with cheers. At
JfhEth the King came torward ana saia: i
at this city the "King found fully 100,000
people awaiting to escort him.
.FRENCH TROOPS RECALLED FROM ROME.
Paris, July 16. The journals assert that
the French government, as soon as the vote
on the infallibility dogma was known here,
signed an order for the recall of the troops
1e Ccnswla Bill SI
WAsm.KuToir; July 15 The Speaker
laid before the House a despatch just re
ceived from Paris by the Associated Press,
announcing a declaration, in Paris, by the
Gnutltutltmnd, that in consequence of the
insults offered to the French Minister at
Ems, France accepts the war which Prussia
offers. It produced s sensation and indica
tions of satisfaction among the members.
The Conanittea of Oarofietvnce on the In
dian anirODriation bill have agreed to a re-
Lport. the amount is ahout the saaie as pro
posed bv the Senau o,wu,w.
Thev'have evaded the point in dispute be
tween the twoBousas "inunely: The Indian
treaties of 1867 and 1868, made by the Sher
man Ixace Commissioners by neitner amrm
inc or denvinc their validity. The proviso
agreed upon by the Indian Conference Com
mittee is, that nothing contained in the bin
shall be taken or held to affirm the validity
of the treaties made bv the Peace Commis
sioners. The European news produces much ex
citement in and about the Capitol, the
President, Cabinet and Congressmen sharing
in the interest.
The Executive Session last night contin
ued till 3 o'clock this a. m.
The Senate again met at 9 o'clock and at
half past nine went into Executive Session.
The Senate confirmed, after a long debate,
Frank F. Fielinghyson, of X. J., Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
IO JJOBQOO, TICB IMMVy AUK?, nauw
vote40,agaiast3, naaaely: Messrs. Bobert
aon, Boas aad Sprague. Mr. Swaner did not
vote. The President signed the Georgia
kin. The Indian Bureau has received the
folkvrintt telegntunfroni CbL Chambers:
Car. W. F. Gomx. agent and corres
pondent of the Leavenworth Tins, faTored
BHwitfca call cWenaaaaar. He was' on
his war to IfcuM , bnf wiHreterk
hire next week and solicit; mAn iliilioin-fcr
tie Tnrw. which -one rjf tW
ia the sjonntry.- Bute
kw atMtanrtMW-W War wraa -
41a AMMMHattoa Mil
WAMtwoTOir, Jnly 15 WRhovt opening
uw uoors iot aajonmmeni me ate income
was extended from noon until 2'o'dock; and
then to 6 o'clock.
At 2.40 the doors opened and a
Roared from the President callinr attea
to the breaking out of a war in Earopeand
the necessity of some action on the put of
Congress relative to our shipping .imtiumn
The message was read and sahsenenbfy a hul
to encourage ship-building for jbflekn trade
and other purposes was taken up. Varioms
amendments were OBered to the bilL among
them one by Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, re
stricunz the time daring which American
registers may be issued to foreign built ves
sels to three months instead of eight Mr.
Wilson fixing the period at five months
by which time Congress could extend it if
After a long discussion, the bill was laid
Mr. Stewart, on leave, presented the cre
dentials of Richard H. Whitely and Henry
C. Farrow, Senators elect from Georgia.
Faid on the table.
ADJOURNED SINE DIE.
Messrs. Wilson and Casserlv were ap
pointed a committee, in conjunction with a
committee of the House, to inform the Pre.
sident that Congress was ready to adjourn.
Thej- subsequently reported that the Presi
dent had no further communication to make.
Mr. Chandler made an ineffectual effort to
get up a bill which had heen discussed by
Mr. Bayard, who had the floor, but declined
At 5 o'clock the Senate adjourned fine die.
ISDIAK AtTROPRIATIOX BILL.
The House met at at 9 o'clock. A mes
sage received from the Senate announcing
that it passed a bill appropriating $5,000,
000 for Indian 6emcc,with substitute, being
Senate appropriation bill. After discussion
the House refused to concur in Senate
amendment. Messrs. Allison and Holmes
wereappointed Conference Committee.
CONTESTED ELECTION. j
The majority- and aminority reports in the
contested election case of Shields against Van
Horn, made a postponement to next session.
The Senate joint resolution postponing the
hour of adjournment till two o'clock con
curred in. Mr. Dawes renewed concurrent
resolution extending the session till 5 o'clock. 1
Mr. rJdndgc sought the Boer and was noti
fied by the Speaker if he persisted, there
not be adjournment to-day, to which he
replied in an excited manner that the action
of the Speaker was outrageous; loud calls to
order. The Speaker tatt the question on
postponing'.hour of adjournment and declared
Various propositions looking to payment
of clerks during recess voted down amid
much confusion, and then the House took
Mr. Dawes, from the Commerce Committee
on the appropriation bill made a report
recommending concurrence in the Senate
amendment, with the condition that it be
not construed into affirmance or disaffirm
ance with any power of the Senate over the
subject. He stated that the House gained
nothing but. the transferrencc of the question
until the next session. He submitted the
report without argument.
Mr. Sargent sought the floor, but met with
shouts of vote, question, Ac.
The remit was agreed to after the vote
was taken. Mr. Sargent remarked that the
House had by its action vielded the whole
principle it fought for the List three sessions.
It was a surrender, in fact, of everything in
principle. Shouts of not at all.
Mr. 'Wilkinson moved to suspend the rules
and adopt a resolution reciting the immense
ness of the war in Europe, the state of the
insurrection in Cuba, and the probability of
spam s losing all control over the island,
and its being seized and held bv France, and
authorizing the President, if it became nec
essary during the recess, to protest against
and prevent such seizure; to recognize the
revolutionary government of Cuba as a de
facto government, ami L-ike such other steps
as in his judgment would prevent any foreign
government from taking Kissession of the
island, or any other island in American seas.
The rules were not suspended.
Mr, Cox sought the floor to offer a resolu
tion relative to shis.
Mr. Logan moved to mimhih! the rules
and ass the Senate joint resolution for the
relief ot certain contractors lor the construc
tion of vessels of war and steam machinery.
Pending the vote a message as received
from the President'urging the necessity of
passing the Indian appropriation bill and
referring to the proicil of the European
war, and the necessity of increasing the
American commercial marine bv the pur
chase of ships abro.id, and Mr. Schenck
moved the message lie referred to the Com
mittee on Ways and Mean, with instruc
tions to consider it forthwith and report at
the earliest moment practicable. Agreed to.
Several resolutions for free ships were offered
by Messrs. Cox, Butler, of Massachusetts,
Ingersoll, Potter, Mtingcr and Longer,
wliich were alo referred. The House at
2:20 p. ni. took a recess for an hour.
releriwl Choffep Xaminmteel.
Denver, Col., Julv 1 1. Jerome B.
Chaffee was nominated by the Republican
Convention yesterdav, as delegate to Con
gress. The Convention was very harmoni
ous, and the nomination of Chaffee was unan
imous. The resolutions indorse the admin
istration of Grant, approve the read mission
of tlie States latelv in rebellion upon civil
and political equality before the law, oppose
class legislation, welcome to the Territory
tlie poor and oppressed of all nations, prom
ising them freedom and the rights and priv
iliges becoming to the most favoredAmerican,
condemn the importation of coolies or other
bonded laborers as fir-t steps towards a new
system of slavery determental to the interests
of the laboring classes; thinking it but simple
justice tliat government should make appro
priations for erecting needed public build
ings for territories, make liberal laws to en
courage and secure reclamations of unim
proved lands where irrigation h necessary by
donations of alternate legal provisions to
persons reclaiming; encourage wagon roads
and R. B; protection against Indians by es
Ublishinz military posts; condemns the In
dian policy: commend the spirited action of
ben. Sherman as the dawn of a better era
for rights, settlers and the cause of civiliz
ation. Fenrfnl Tainada Manse ThleTe Bin
a, tines! ant Indiana.
Omaua, July 16. A terrible tornado
passed over the town of Grand Island, Ne
braska last evening, blowing down several
buildings and unroofing several others. The
roof of the round houe of the N. T. R. R.
was blown off, and their wind mill blown
down. Loss estimated at from $10,000 to
$15,000. No loss of life. The same storm
passed over this place last evening, and al
though the wind was terrible, no serious
damage was done here.
A special to the Republican to-day, from
Platsmouth, says that a letter received from
York county states that news was brought in
bv a partv'of hunters that some of Captain
Spanlding's men had run into a gang
horse thieves, 75 in numler, disguised
and painted as Indians. The soldiers cap-
trvreA tm nf thetn and humr three of the Vil
lains, tnkinfr the others to camp. It is be
lieved that these men have been committing
depredation along the frontier of Nebraska
for some time. A large party of soldiers,
some of whom have lost valuable horses, are
on their track.
Rochester, July 15. The Commercial
Union Convention was orgiiiiafd this morn-
ibst. bererai Bunorea ucacgmw were und
ent, indnding many prominent men. Got.
raircausu. s win !, jiw.. .....
Iowa, and ex-Gov. Seymour, were aaseng the
Bomber. Nathaniel Sands, of New York,
was chosen President, and addressed the
delegates. The objects of the Convention
is to ship transportation by canal, the lakes,
Fox River, Mississippi River and Padnc
Railroad, all of which were demanded. Mr.
Sands exposed the drawback paten business
rjronpects by iniquitous fogvism in the man
wwnt of" oar great inland marine, argued
ably for the extension of the Erie Canal, en
larged and perfected Mississippi River, and
a grand centre of western commerce.
We learn from a gentleman who came
down from Concordia vesterday,tthat Mr.
Albert Green, who resides on a tarm near
Concordia, was shot through the body while
watering his cattle on Monday, by
aasnn unknown, and it is aenuiPy i
that be cannot live. The mm.liJ anna fce
lieves that one Dtariing comaHttrd tie act,
asnlDBrliK has been arrested. Mr. Green
t JMidal Dbtrfct
iMitiwa. ts mW mate.
Iisas A. W. Banter, PtamtM, 1
Jflha H. Day, Gens W. Wart
JoaaA. Williriis CaarloUsA. IT.
MeAator, DaaM Saiie, Hear Bate,
JaasftMiiim. Mnfart Psttanea.
DwriaS. rnwattt, Mlrswl CMjib,
H. aalHiia, Flora Tack sad
T. A. Tack. Defcasaats.
VOC. Ifca itimi I JoaaH. Par. Owoe W.
tfe afcsve aaawd Jofca H. Da
X Wart, Jane Patterns, Mildred Pattensa aaa
DbtM 8. Baraett are hereby aotiaed that ysa,
together with the other 4efarttatt store aued,
have been saed by the above nanad rtaiatuT,
Edmund A. W. Hunter, ia the abore ntenttoeed
Court, and that arid pimlnti has, in Aid Coast,
led Us aeUuVa acauV yon, and the other defcnd
aate abore named ia the above entitled action, and
that too must answer add netition on or betm the
SSthdjTofAogmt, A. D., 1870, or nid petition
will he taken as true, and jadgnteat will be ren
dered acrardiaglT of the following nature, to-vit:
A judgment in ifcror of said plilntilt against said
defendant, John H. Day, for so ranch of the Mas.
of Ore taoasaad, nine hundred and eighty doBan,
wiia interest taereoa at me raw et winy per cent.
Der annum from the 8th day of liar. A. 1. I860.
at shaBaot exceed the sura of eight thousand, six
hundred aad eleven 38-100 dollars (88,611 so)
with tatetest thereon at the rate of ten per cent, per
annua from the 23th day of October. A. P. 18GI,
that is inch judgment will be rendered for said sum
of eight thonsand, Ux hundred aad eleven 20-100
dollar, (I8.CU 20) with intern thereon atjtbe rate
last aioresaM, irons sara xtn uay oi ucioorr, a. v.
I8M, and for costs of suit.
f that the following
described tracts of land situate lying and being in
the eountv of Leavenworth.
ana suae oi
: lots fourteen (14), fifteen (15), eighteen
(19), thlrty-eigbt (38), thirty-nine
(). forty (4t. fortr-one (41) and fortv-rwa (42).
in block one hundred and one (101); lots seven
(7), eight (4), sixteen (16), seventeen (17), and
twenty seven (27), in block one hundred and two
(163): lots four (4), five (5), aad six (6), in block
one hundred and three (103): lot seven 0, in
Mock one hundred and seven (107), all in Disx 4
MeAnlay's addition to the city of Leavenworth:
lots seven (7), and eight (8), fn Mock numbered
seventy (70), of the original plat of the city of Leav
enworth. Lots thirty (30), thirty-one (31), aad
thirty-two (32), in block sixty-seven (7), of the
original plat of the city of Leavenworth, be sold
without redemption by the Sheriff of said county
for the satisfaction of such judgment, and sack
amount as the Court shall find due from
said John II. Da v to said plaintiff on or because of
the note, mortgage deed and decree hereinafter
mentioned and the costs of said action and that the
proceeds arising from such sale thereof be applied to
the payment of the coMs of said action and the
amount to be found due said plaintiff on said note,
mortgage deed and decree with interest oa such
amount from the time of the rendition of judgment
at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, and that the
several defendants in said action and every one of
them, including yourselves and every person claim
ing by, from, through or under any of said defend
ants be forever barred and foreclosed of aad from all.
aad any right and equity of redemption and other
right whatever of, on. In or to said tracts of land
aad every of them from and after such sale
And that you and all of said defendants and all
perwos claiming from or under you or them or any
of you or them, be ordered, required and adjudged
to deliver possession of said tracts of land to the
grantee or grantees in every deed made in pursu
ance of such sale, so soon as demand therefor shall
be made, unless the defendants in said action or
sense one or more of them shall nav or cause to be
mud to said plaintiff within some short time to be
need Vy the Court, the amount of such judgment,
that hi saea sum of money aa the Court shall in this
actios aad to be due to said plaintiff from said John
II. Day on aad because of the matters hereinafter
mentioned, with interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent, per annum from the time of the rendition
of judgment in said action.
Which last mentioned amount of money h by
said plaintiff claimed to be dae him from said John
U. liar, and he, said plaintnT, claims to hare a
lien on the above described tracts of land therefor,
and a right to have the same sold for the aansfaction
thereof on, under and liecaiue of the matters aad
things Hereinafter stated, to-wit:
On the Sth day of November, 1859, at Leaven
worth City, said John II. Day made hi promissory
note in writing of that date, and then delivered the
same to said i4aintiff and thereby for value
received promised to pay at the banking house of
Scott, Kerr A Co. , six months after the date there
of, to the order of said plaintiff, five thousand,
nine hundred and eighty dollars ($5,980), with
interest thereon at the rate of thirty per cent, per
annum after the maturitv thereof until paid.
And on the Mh day or November, 1M9, the said
John H. Day, for the purpose and in order to secure
the payme-1 of the aforesaid promissory note and
sum of money and interest therein specified, made,
executed and delivered to said plaintiff his certain
mortgage deed of that date and thereby conveyed to
said piatntin, nis netrs ana axsignt, ine auore
described tracts of land with other lands.
And on the 25th day of October, 1861, at the
October Terra, A. D., 1861, of the District Court of
the United States for the District of Kansas, in a
certain action then pending therein in equity, where
in said Edmund A. W. Hunter was plaintiffand said
John II. Dav and others were defendants, on a bill
filed aad prosecuted by said plaintiff for the fore-
of said mortgage deed, among other things
the Court did then find that there was then due to
said plaintiff from said John 11. Day on said note
the sum of eight thousand, six hundred and eleven
20-100 dollars (8,611 20), and that said plaintiff
then had a lien by mortgage for the iiayment of
same on the several tracts of land herein above
And said Court in said action then among other
things ordered, adjudged and decreed that all and
singular the several tracts of land above described
to ratxe the amount so found due from said John H.
Day he sold at public auction by and under the
direction of the United States Marshal, and that
said Manual should pay to said plaintiff, or his
solicitor, out of the proceeds of such sale the costs
in that suit to be taxed, and also the amount so
found due as aforesaid, together with legal interest
thereon from the date of said decree, which said de
cree still remains in full force wholly unsatisfied.
! And you are also hereby further notified that the
several tracts of land above described have been
attached ia this the above entitled action aa the
property of said John II. Day, under and by virtue
of a certain order of attachment heretofore toned ia
said action and directed to the.Shenffof said county
to execute, who made such attachment by virtue
Dated this 13th day of July. 1870.
CLOUGH A WHEAT,
7-4 w Attorneys for Plaintiff.
STATE OF KANSAS,
I.rAVjNnoarrM Cocntv. j "
In the Dittrict Court of the First Judicial District
of the State of Kansas, titling in the County of
! von worth, in said state.
Owen Duffy, IlatnUD,
Samuel B. Vamev. Hannah
Varney anl Koiieri -M. anoe-1
YOU. THE ABOVE NAMED ROBERT 51.
SHOEMAKER, are hereby notified that you,
toother with the above named Samuel B. Varney
and Hannah S. Varney, have been sued by the
atioM- named plaintiff, Owen Duffy, in Hie above
nanml Court, and that said plaintiff has in said
Court filed his petition asalnvt you and the other
dcftriuUnts above naraed'in said suit, and that you
miit auswer said petition on or before Hie 26th day
of Augurl, A. I). 1S70, or said titior will lie
taVn n true, and judgment rendered accordingly
of Hie following nature, to-wit: That unless yon
and our ru-defendantt, or you or some of tbetu, or
someone for vou or them, shall iay or cauc to be
paid to said plaiiitiB, within some short time to he
hxed by the Court, the amount due to said plaintiff
on a certain promissory note,Jdateit of the Sth day
of May A. D. 1869, byj which S. B. Varney prom
ised to pay twelve months after the date thereof, to
the order of said plaintiff, one thousand dollar?,
with interest thereon at the rate of twelve per cent
per annum, from the maturity thereof, then the
following described tracts of land, ituate, and be
ing in the County of Leavenworth and Mate of
Kanas, namely: Tlie southwest quarter or ection
twenty-one (21), in township eleven (II) of range
twenty-one (21) also lots numbered one (1), two
(2), three (3), four (i), twenty-one (21), Uenty
two (22), twenty-three (23), and twenty-four (24),
in block numbered fie (51, in the townof Tonga
noxie, which said Samuel B. Varney and Hannah
8. Vamev, his wife, mortgaged, on the 8th day of
May, A. D. 1869, to said plaintiff to secure the
payment of said note, be s- M without redemption
therefrom by fue Sheriff or said county, and that
the proceeds arising from such sale be applied to
the payment of the cot of this suit, and the
amount due said plaintiff on said note, with inter
etonsuch amount at the rate of twelve per cent
per annum from time of rendition of such judgment;
and that you, the said Rolwrt 31. Shoemaker, to
gether with vour co-defendants herein above
named, and all and each of them, and all per-ons
claiming uttder, by, or through you, or them, or
either of them, be forever barred, and foreclosed of
and from all and any right, and equity or redemp
tion, and other right whatever of, on, in or to said
tracts of land, from and after such sale thereof, atid
that you and they, and all persons claiming -from
or under you or them, or either of them h Oidered,
required and adjudged to deliver possession of said
tracts of land, and every of them to the grantee, or
grantees in every deed made in pursuance of such
sale so mnn as demand therefor shall le made.
Dated Leavenworth City, Kansas. Julv 13, 18T0.
7lw Attorneys for Plaintiff.
STATE OF KANSAS, 1 -Leavenworth
In the Prolate Court, in and for said County.
In the matter of the Estate of )
Thomas Cutts, Dec'd.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET
TERS testamentary have been granted to the
undersigned on the Estate of Thomas Cutts, late
of said County, deceased, by the Honorable, the
Probate Court of the County and Stale aforesaid,
dated the 1st day of July, A. D. 18T0. Now, all
Knons having claiia against the said estate, are
reby notified, that they must present the same to
the undersigned for allowance within one year from
the date of said letters, or they may be precluded
from any benefit of such estate, and that if such
claims be not exhibited within three years after the
date of said letters, they shall he forever haired.
GEORGE A. EDDY and
DAVID J. BREWER.
Executors of the last will and testament of Thomas
Leavenworth City, Jnly 7, 1870. Jy8wll3
"PUBLISHER, MANUFACTURER, A WHOLE-
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Corner Taird aad Delaware Streets,
THIS IS NO PATENT MEDICINE HUMBUG,
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oauuarrn. Aaareas tne rroiineior,
E. V. PIERCE. M. D.,
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JT IS NOW OVER FORTY YEARS SINCE THIS
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or life is nearly exhausted, and B. A. Fahnestork's
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of these hidden sappers and miners.
When they are irritable and feverish, sometime
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when the disease which caused its death has been
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I. real caution must ue used ny every purcnaser io
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HTotit3e of Male.
STATE OF KANSAS. .
Count v of Leavenworth, i "
ITtHE SPEOAL TAX WARRANTS ISSUED BY
X the Oty Clerk of the Qty of Leavenworth,
County aad state aJoteaaas, to n. aramatei lor con
stnsethwzaatdewald en tin aorta aide of Kkkasoo
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To the same party for constructing a sidewalk oa
the aoath stale rf Cherokee street, from Water street
To MlelUttlSUatoa for aradiac the alley through
Block US sixtv-two, city proper.
paid wnaia tae time preaennta
n nereoy given tnai i win
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ia the dry of 1 waaeeta, between the bonrsof
It o'clock a. am. and! o'clock p. at., on
IBTAAT. AVOTtT Stk. 1ST,
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ASSETS NEARLY $30,000,000.
$10,000,000 Loaned on the Solid Property of the West.
It otters IiiMinimuat !esfimt than auv otto rOmp.in ; its iiitestuients are .ill ot uiiiiestioiiaMr
curity, imliiliri n cmiin;;tjl oni'nU.i ns, fin-y scisorot!i.T imiiniry iinreilizirl .iw ts.
A PURELY MUTUAL COMPANY.
No it loll of the Poticy Holders money Hvl to imfcli Mn.t HoMns
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITING
It ha 5111.-: formrySH'lofliabililu-i jonipuiel by CommK.ioii. rSanKml o" isM(.hii-tt.
ISerotid doubt the Strongest Mutual lile Insiiraiite (omiany in the WnKI.U.'
UIIITTF.V A lyJM'KlXX.
iH4rnl swtern Ajcents-
75 DELAWARE STREET, LEATENW0RTH. .'
ftbZd.twty M7i;..l I'i.ltiq ami Travelling Air. n Is M ltd. "'
GREATEST REMEDY OF THE AGE.
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U.I. MMtMW IJtA
SURE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA
(HAS. i .vff.faxs V RKO..
ll .orlli FiMli StrHt. St. I.uuiM. Mo.
UNION VISE COMP'Y, OE BOSTON,
Manufacturers of Parallel Travelling Vises,
Kramanl's 1'j.miI, 1 tn Rri'tt .incty. :iIj;-1.-I t llic want- . fall jilih(T in U'.fI or MtaIol .irio. -
MiM.i.vt. ia iui:s r iiirovf:i ostki:tio:v.
OFTICE IN BOSTON, at 80 Milk St., Factory at HYDE PARK, Mass.
TOnUrsh.Mild bytnt tulIVDK I'AltIC, Ma.v., aid remilMncii nude to theTn-astirrr at PICOVI
Dl.MK, K. I. A. II. HI.AINAI'l', Pki.s't. I
dAwCI . T CHILD. Treasurer. f
YftV laswT JannrannnBsm " (hi
r" 4 .ssnnna-jaT ZJtaT yjsa v
PARTICPLAi: ATTKNTIDJf IS OIVl.' TO
the West, hrt-.Ia.siutoiu wnrkof the Lt-t a
private or livery ue. We manufacture from the l -
ourselves with great care, and maniifu tureall of our
Onr "trimming and paintinz" is csital to ihe l.-it
Persons wishing to purchase hrst-chm work and an
bv buying of u. Ielzhs in their season. -
HcnA tmr Prlcot and Samtplen.
IK KENT A FINE UMMSK DWKLLIM
House and tiarden, south side of Oty limit,
with 73 acres of splendid lllue (iras Pasture. I!ai
and other conveniences. IJHtiireat this otliis-or
on the premises. D. II. MITCIIfcLI-
STATE OF KANSAS ")
Coc.vnr of Lj-ivtswoirTii, ! 2
Townhip of lyavenworth. j
B. Cranston, "
SrSatBD iu r.nk a JirsriCT-oK
O the Peace. Tlie above iiame-1 William Har
iew. Defendant- in the alve nanil caav. Is
berehv notified that, he lias been sue.1 by the said
Plaintiff Sir the sum of twenty-four dollars, rent;
.. ...; vi. i.mii7htfHi tliH 11th day of May A. D.
187, aad1 atlachUKal lswicd and his cUects at-
The case is now et for hearing on the eighth day
of August, So'cloiha. m., A-D-M.
i jy5wll3 by W. S. CanoU, Att'y for PlaintitT.
V. w. ........ -.-,
7G Carondelet street.
New Orleans. La.
K. V. HKYANT, Aitiliry.
Buffalo, N. Y.
KOXINC AND MIlITINt: TO ALL I'AIJTS UK
jpjT(s Ni " York tyb-sof arriaK- suitable for
t of second crowth N. J. Hickory which wo season
!i4slhv hand blxir, uinno "m Inne wiwels."
of New York work in matt-rial and oorkinauship.
asy riding buicy or carna;- will fairer thcm-elte;
PUSIFUS 07 TBI BLOOD.
Is thttttt Household Tonie and Pro
moter of Health ez er ducoz ered. Jt is
a tmenthe and sure eure for Dvs-
fefsia. Indigestion and ali diseases of
Ux Ijverand Aidneys.
It is a mild and delightful fnvigor
ant for delicate females, and ts the
most agreeable end fleasant- tasting
Tonic cf the day.
for young Children an J Infant- it
is a sure eure for Wind Colic, Gnfing
Iiins in the Stomach and Sou-els, -c.
It can be had at all DmRgi-'ts and geceral
dealers, or by addresser, the Wholesale
bro wrr, wnn c..
10 and U It. Second SI ,
ST. LOCI .ao.
Bucko c Bell FeaBlry.
rhuixh. Aca.Ieiiiv, Faitory, Farm, Fire-Alarm.
1VI1. ma.ie ..f 11 hk ISmx Merai. Coim-t and
Tin,f"trarrantel In qialitv, tone, durability, Ae.,
awl mouiiUsl with our Patent Im-Kovr" I:oTTIN
Hausincs. Illutratisl Catalogues xntfrei.
1VI and 101 East ssfcond stnvt,
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