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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1870.
The railroad from Sedalia to Fort Scott i
finished from Scdalia to Clinton, miles,
awl tia.sei.j-er trains are running.
The cj-w: of Willis-m Dickson the mur
derer, who lias applied to the .Supreme Court
for a new trial, will lie decided within a few
BxterSprikosis to hare a railroad in
the direction of Little Rock or Ft. Smith,
Ark., and Shrcreport, La. So the SmtiHtl
The City Council decided last ferViitiig to
sulmiit to a rote of the people the .-trwlion ol
iuing$jO,O0O,in city bone,, for public im
prorcments. Soittiiern KanAS Mill hare a better
crop of wheat, corn and oat this season than
wai ever grown there in timer; previou-Ji Im-,
migration will won luive that section of the
State oompletely filled i.p. '
Fiuii The lm of F. Buckley, in Salt
Creek Valley, was struck by lightning and
burned on Sunday afternoon. Three wagons,
some hanici-s and other valuable property
were destroyed with it. There was no light-t
niiig rod on the buildinj.
Rio Cork. Capt. Hinman, of Sarcoxie'
ville, in this county, inea-stirol a stalk of
corn in bin field (upland) on the 8th inst.,
owr fourteen feet high and six inches, and a
hilf in circumfcrenct; five inches above the
ground' The Captain is one of our bwt farnj-'
er, and Li justly pround of hi- fine crop.
"Mobilization." As this word fre
quently occurs in foreign despatches, and a1
Krc.it many peoplcare inquiring the meaning
of it,1 we print it for fgcnc-ral information,,
Mobilization Tlic t.dhnc int stttive.
serviwe, troop, not previously on the war,
Mobilize To call into active acmrc:
apjilid to trno which, though enrolled were
nut previou-iy on l lie war cmoikjiincni.
Two convict, at the Penitentiarv, named
Scott and Sexton, attempted to tecnjic, a day
or two ago, by running away from the guard
at- they were iieing taken into hupjier from)
work ouuidc thcyanl. They were fired on,
one of them leiiig YtouiKletl in the lip, while.
t .1-- . .1 .1. ...! L.A .1.... ..... '
several snttl iKisseti iiintuii me inner n j-.i
It is a wonder thev were not killed. One of
tlii-m lost. 15 and tlic other 13 months time
by the ojienition. y. ,
Mi:. Smi.tiiek, of this city, returned e-.
tenl.iv from a freighting cxjieditioii to How-1
anl County, Southern Kansas. He reports
the cmtH as excellent all along the route, and,
sjK-eially in Howanl County, where most
of the corn is from 10 to 14 feet in height,
and the cars arc higher than a man's head.
Xight lieforc Ia-4, when near Topeka, the
Mrty were fullowol by horocthicvt, and all
st)l jrtinnl till morning. Ilicv c;ime very
near gobbling one fellow who prowled alxrtit
very cl- U the camp.
First ok AtrrsT. The celebration on
the first of August is to lie an elaborate affair.'
Resides our own citiieu there will !e large
delegations from Atetuaon, Wyandotte, Law-.
rence, Toicka, Junction City, I'aola, Fort
fscott and ither ptu.-es. jThree of these dele-'
gatioiis will bring bands of muic with thi-m
The Seventh Cavalry band will probably lie
ibtaincd from the Fort. Gov. I larvey, Hon.
I. S. Kalloch, Chas. II. Ianghton, J. Milton)
Turner, and other distinguished men, will)
lie here to meet Senator Revels and cclebratei
Military. tien. rie, accouiiiaiiicd by
Cn-iicral Davi-, General Morgan, Major
Dunn, Captain Ilsby, and Lieutenant Jack'
son, of his RtifT, have gone West on a tour of
iiisjKftioii. They will'jirocced as far as Kit?
Cir.-on on the railroad," thence towanl-. Fort.s(
Dodge and learned, after which they will
return Inline. Thev will be cone about two
Col. W. S. Mitchell, formerly Adjutant!
General, Imt relieved at hispwiireucit.Jias!
again assumed th"c duties. -,
Two Frenchmen in umipany F, Fifth in-!
fautiy, dtverted SatnnLiy night to gj to;
France to fight for their country.
Arntlemy i" Mavlr.
At a meeting of the stockholders in the
Kansas Xornial Academy of Music, held at:
Odd Fellows' Hill yetcnlay, the following!
officers were elected for the ensuing year: j
President J. G. Rcascr, tif Leavenworth.
Vice-Presidents S. A. King, and J. II.
Maon, of Leavenworth, anl J. II. Moony
of AtchL-oiL '.
Secretary D. P. Stillc.
Treasurer De F. Fairchild.
Trustess Ed. Russell, S. W. Jones, J. C.
Stone, J. A. Ilaldcrnian, and Geo. A.
The pro--jccts of the Academy are vcryi
flattering, and with fich reliable men at the,
head of it as are named above-, it cannot fail
of being a grand and permanent success.
An article appeared in this iKiperyotcrdayj
morning, copied from the PIcaiaiiton Pn&y
in regard to a difficulty lictween Mr. Jack
Masscy and a man named Smith, which
article, we arc informed by jurtics who'
el tiin to know the fae(s of thecaH', docsgrcat
injustice to Mr. Mi-scy. They say that this
man Saiith went there from Indiana with a
gang for the purOK of robbing Mrs Macy
ol me mm. .iacK anu miuiii nni some.
difhculty, which resulted m the latter, who
is said to lc the larger man of the two, get
ting whipN"d. Smith aftenanls :ilni-ed
him, and Jack then" made him get down on
his knees and take lock what he had said.,
Smith's friends came to the rescue and Mas-i
sey was obliged to leave Itecaiisc there wcrej
too m an v of them.
The Icavenworth IHstrict Camp Meeting
will lie held seven miles north of Leaven
worth, on the" line of the railroad between
Atchison ami Ixavcnworth, commencing on
the 4th of August. The ineetinp will lie held
in a Imuitiful grove, jrith an abuntlance ot
pure spring water witlin a few rods of the
grounds. Good Nanl tents, large enough to
accomauidate two families, being 12 feet
tspure and 'J feet high, will be fumishexl for?
Sll 00. A boanling tent, under the control
"of the managers of the meeting, will lc on
the ground, and good boanling furnished at
reasonable rates. Three trains a day will
run between Atchison and Leavenworth, ami
passengers will be carried at the usual re
duced rates. Dr. and Mrs. Palmer, of X.
Y., and other "distinguishexf ministers fnm
abroad will be present. Persons desiring
teats put up will notify cither of the under
signed immediately. j
.W. K. Makmiall, ,
J. 1'. -MITCHIXU i
PROCEEBIStxS OF THE
List of Drkgatts Who Ait Promt.
THE FIRST WAY'S PKOCEEDIXGS.
The State Convention of the Kansas La
bor Union met yesterday morning at Woolfh
Hall, pursuant to call, at 10 o'clock, and
was called to'order by tkc1 President, Hon.
Amos Sanfonl, of Cherokee county. Pres
ident Sanford stated the object of the Con
vention, and gave a short history of the or
ganization of the Union, its progress, Ac. .
On motion, a committee on credentials,!
consisting of the following gentlemen, was
appointed: H. D. Moore, Labor Union No.
3, Crawford county; C O. Smith, Labor
Union No. 11, Topeka, and J. S. Coulter,.
LiviwoMTyKphicar Union No.1 45,,
ef Leavenworth. ,
On motion the Convention adjowaedtill 2
On Motion the Committee on Credential.
submitted their report, which was as follows:
Your committee appointed to examine and'
report uon the credential? of delegates to'
the Convention, lcg leave to report the fol
lowing gentlemen as entitled to reat, and
recommend that they be admitted accord
P. H. Ticrnan, Fort Scott Tyjiographical
Union No. 13'J.
C. O. Smith. Labor Union Xo. 11.
J. II. Caidy, Labor Union No. 18, of
Delaware Township, Leavenworth County.
W. B. Lingdon, Labor Union, Iola Town
ship, Cherokee County.
Amos Sanford. Columbus Union, No. 15.
I S. J. Langdon, Local Union, Xo. 2.
C. D. Sayrcs, Local union o. .
B. F. Sylvi, Leavenworth Workingmt-n's
J. S. Coulter, LcaronnortliTvpocraiihical
Union, Xo. 45.
Hugh Cameron, Sanfordville, Cherokee
County: ; l , jf.'
II. D. Moore, Labor Union, Xo. 3.
H. B. Carter, Iron Moulder' Union,
Your comr.uiJee would al-o reixjrt that S.
J. Lingdon holds certificates from Labor
Unirjia No. 14 and 12, and recommend that
he lie entitled to only one vote that to
which he is entitled rs reinentatiTc of his
oa n Union.
Your committee would also report that the
certificate of Iltizh Cameron is irregular in
form, not stating the locality or number of.
the Union he represent!.; and the name of
the delegate originally elected has been
changed, and Mr. Cameron's name ia-cr-tcd.
Also vour committee find that II. B. Car
ter is elected delegate, but no place or or
iranization i- civeit in the certificate.
We aU find that AV. V. Barr holds a cer
tificate of election from.Labor Union Xo. 11
as alternate. The principal lieing in at
tendance, vour committee recommend that
he, Mr. Barr, be admitted to a scat on the
Hour, but without the privilege of voting.
All of which it respectfully Mibmitted.
II. D. Moore,
C. O. Smith,
.1, S. Coulter,
On the motion to adopt considerable dis
In regaid to Mr. Cameron, Mr. Tiernan
said he did not think he was a resident of
Kansas, but I i veil in Washington, D. C,
where he wa- publishing a iaRT. The la
Wing men of Kiiiivis were perfectly coiiie
tent to manage their own r.H.iirs-, and he did
not think it was iioix-ssarry for non-tf!idents
to come here and manage lor them.
Alt-tract of claims Kissed iiiioii by the
(ommittee on Claim , and allowed by the
County Roanl, July 7th, 1870.
K. C. Tailor, Miiii.lies f-ir IVnir, Iteim
Ti iislii 5
Ml. Muncy Ceinctrry, nuMns urate
St. Jtihn's H-i-itnl, i-arvt i.iiin-r
Ujm-tt ami Kirk, Enrii-s .
J. C. McIIalc, "
J. K. Miller, crt ... ........ ...
John .skl.r. tlothins
Krllt-y an-1 rU, meat funiiliel
Miilijil A Sjlinjcr, clolhiiii;
K-t iioM an-1 Mills, (.sjirinc-lalc) iiili.-s
Thomas Morgan, wiknI
J til. .tixirT
IVIerMeKarlaml, 1-ianlinK i-ii-oiK-rs
" Unnlius iirisener-..
a Iliit-, in-
Charles slman-lr, tleaiiins tault
S. V, Junes, service as phi b ian
Win. Vitss, ciianl
Thomas Malm, Kuanl
Carrett A KirL., Krfrie.. -
Thomas Monr-iu, wil...... ..... ....
J It Oil
John Grsrute, plow thaiiK Ae
tJarrett A KirL, Kroeerie"
U. (Mairne. salary as -ujrintelnUlit......
J. Everhanly, meat...........-...............
Wilder .1 .sin.r, two bills printiiij;
kiiiiatk txii'irr AiixirT.
reesofjii.te, MierilT, junrs a witnesses
nisTKKT ixicrt aixxicnt.
It. MeKarlaml, shrrilt fe-s
HiorcL Hathaway, .rintiiis I.Unk-
II. J. IViinis, tlerks fs
.. .. . .-......
(tA-i 0miM", ?as ...... -
. . . . ......... ........
J7 110 '
Jnpirs ami I'oillH", May trnn fees. ..
WtLKtn'SXrRT, JICUMIU TOWNSHIP.
II. F. Walker, J. I. tee in 3 casvs S 12 8.".
A. N. Ilaincs, eonstalile fees 2 M
I'. T. Veils, ' " 2taes 7 3(1
Jurors aist witness.- in sjme vurt .... 51 b0
OltONfcR'.S ieir.T MXWST.
tVx-ssun'IrriK-rxiiiy, inil(M Ij.Sclinri.lrr
" " Cha. Kranke
" " " Jacoli Ilanett
" " " W. U Smith
Tom. L. Jolm-oii, tKrfc salary
II. C. ItollMcr, n-iertiiit; tcstimouy
Win. McKnitey, rent r stole
Junirs, June tirm .. - -
Micrifl " " - -..
IM ft.. J
i;.SAS i: AxVLl'M -HCOlT.
B:ll for q'urlcr ending May3lt, 1S70
pout r. cocrt.
Win. KoUit. Ptuly Mielill, fee in
simdiy easf f..i . .
V. itnc5j and juror. let. in san-lry ijcs
s- IIOOL AttX)CT.
I). Mct'arty, sjlart, rent and stauijis
tucsTV e i kk's itx3ju::r.
.Tolm K. Cnighton, scrtice. in County
Clerk' nflite.......... ....... .........
C Hicks ice forcountr olficcs
l.eatcmroith (tatComianr. ca.....
Jame t'nekett, Janitor's iay fir May
auil June ..
l. Piefrndorf, cabhslnuittxl- . -
corxTV orrici.F.s accovjtt.
I'. Mil'ailand. f.-eson inattt faxac't 4S1 03
il. IWrsndirtf. County tlcrk's salary aw 00
Cha. C'urriir, Hcputy County Clerk,
saktry 1J3 00
J. M-anmi, salary as Coui-tj- Com-
niismnrr and si-rtites. - S 30
A It. Callahan, satin as County I'liy-
stciau. . - 9 00
ll I ftiotrer sjt.sri n ( .'tllltv Altfirnpv 'i'Sl IHI
Joliii-llutchins.'ii, " salary ai ffownshfiiW K
.Vvsir.. . . . no uu
Jjs. I, (.nflitli.tabrv a Tuwnhi As-
!C.tsr ." - 100 CO
John V. I.tncli, salart a; Township As-
-rt-or. It 09
I McCrary, saUry as Town-hip Sur-
tetor... - S I 00
It. C. Taj, saljrv mi Township A-
M2 5ior-..isvi;i:i.-i...ria!i.A..;rf rw
W. II. Karrrl. salar) as Township1' A- l
-ss.r . . ISO 00
K. W. Ltitas, "alary a Towulup As-
snr.. .. ". .. . 73 00
liiiu.tliy Coiishlin, tsilary asTowiKliip
.tMssor. ,.... ..... lji. tnt
Alw Kliichl, salary as Town-hip .V..-oor 10S W
S, K. Uhcx.J-uUrya Tomiship Asr.ir !r!l
ltidMnith,saUrT a Township Arsor si Wl
Ji-ins Itce,salary asTowiisliip Assessor 7s 00
Jrorc W. Manic, salary a Township
Assevsi.-. 91 00
Uy Cii ts. Ccr.nii n. County i"l-rk.
A Wii: i ik Anvics. Moth, r know lh iinpnr-'
tainx-attiil.M l the care of Ks-thini; chtMrcn.
4tA.llMadterticincnt of Mrs Wliitcoiutr yrup
A WomaVs IIii.iit. We hold this truth tohr
eU-rTitlent -aiwt all women arc endowed xrith ri
ixin inalirnalile risht. aju.mz which an? life, lib
erty, and a Charter )ak Calking Stove. The latter
I an iinlHpriisalile prertiiisile. dlM w
Kiravsi.if the Kidneys ami Blatldrr are xn
idaint of fnsiu.-nt orclinrnce in lth exe. which,
if ne?lert"l and allowed U Imroote cbromr, entail
niton tlicsuiien-ra mimlwror luinlul and exeml
iuvly an no tin" yniptom, which almost luakr lib
a liiirllirii. Tliesc sriuploiu a., first, irritability
f the Madder, and fmnient ilcin to empty the
same; next, pain in the Hack and Loin, and a.
Iliedise-walvanccs, Mental Hepiwuon, Jierrpu
Irrilal.ility, and Neuralgic IViu appear. Upon
the approach ..f the aUive mentioned symptom,
pn.mpl mean hNiM be nef toctirr theni.and vae
ol iim- most rmcieni rer.ieuie, sir mat pur)w will
! found in Wayne's Diuretic Elixir. enUw
TilKSil.tfKor Jut-Ilantation Bitter i an
a:rtx-aiiexntijoiiiHioi m, .nix rum tne inot
nutriinentalnCa lldistillel Isiu r sind a rarietv
of tonic, alterative and anti-l.iiiou resetatile tins
dnclioii. anionic which 1 that ni invalitalde oT,
intiS".ralor. Caliiaya lurk. The piritou li hi
inanntactnmi nyineasrnini Ihcpropnrtorsrraia
Ihcsiuar-cane.on tlieirwnleaehoH plantation in
the Wet Iiwlie: ami the Cliara hark is ntkerrd
and preiwrol for cxtrtalion fnnu .South America
hy the employees of the firm. Iloili, therrfurr.l
can Isnaranteil lieunltnterateil, and ufth
For these reaoii. Plantation Bitters i rrctmi-
mended a an u-iiii!l"d inriiralins conlial Cirj
asl perxsis. But it has a stronger retxtmmentla-j
lUi than that of th pnopriel.y.iXtz. : Jtfce Tte!-)
inonTtfthonsan.lin the decline of li(r. wh haxaj
ttteil it reTivifyinR profsnties. The mntd
mcrrs a pcriol of more than ten year, ant Include)
l.ilh sexes and all ajx--, fn.m hfly to fiiur-soorej
years ami npwaru.
Sea Mtrss Farink.
fnmi pure Irish 3ls, fori
Blanc Manor, rudding, Cutanl, Cream. e-,'
lane Manse, rud'
c The rneaiest.
Ac The rheaiest, healthiest, and most delicious
fowl in the world,
tlar Hora f-xnxHllsm-rtrar rrtj
man Paxrtac Bnllwajr a.
Omaha, July 18. A letter to the Havld
from South I'ass Citv oi the 1'Jh inst, savs
the Big Horn expedition has not been beard,
, T .1 ia .i. tu:.i i: v-ii i
mini since uiey icu uic ijiuuiu.u uc;,
and were headins to cross Owl Creek moan-
tains. Considerable anxiety is felt for their
Ten miles of the K. P. K..R. is completed
eafltward from Denver. Tkera is a gap' of
less tlian 75 nules, and tracK-Htymr m womml
Airward from both ways. It will probably
becomnleted in from four to six weeks. I
aiMWnMUUl iihj ! inerxonntnnc
country, are reported as baring iccromu
northward, but there is no Bewffroaitae
soldiers who went there.
BAVARIA IX TUE FIELD.
Munich, Julr 17. The Bavarian army,
including the Reserve Corps, ts ordered to
take the neM.
Romr, Jab 17. In the Ecnmenical
Council last weew a protest was read to the
presiding Father against the calumnies of the
imblic press. It was unanimously approved
by the Bishops. The foarth public congre
gation will be held to-day.
Cardinals Usher, Swaitenbcrg, Mathier
and tlie Arch Bisbops of Paris and Lyons,
voted against infallibility, and 2-5 French
Bishops voted again the dogma, and 10
BCMOBS OF BCSsIAX D.TERFEBE.CX.
Losdox, July 18. The London and Liv
erpool rtocijnarket U jorchrnominal, and
no genuine 'transactions.- The panic arises,
from a rumor that the Emperor of Russia
proneunces in favor of Prnvia and mobilizes
the Russian army. The rumor paralyzes
SWEDES AND NORWAY NECTBAL.
Stockholm, Julv 18. It is assured that
Xorwav and Sweden will remain strictly
THE FRENCH COMMAKDEB..
Paris. Julv 18. Marshal Canrobert com
mand the first army corps, Count Dc Palikas
the second, Oen. hndssard the 3d, .Marshal
McMahon the 4th. and Gen. Fenillvtheoth.
Marshal Bazaine will command the Imperial
Guard and tKcreserves.
London, July 18. The Morning Post has
a donble leaded article containing the follow
ing : Any violation of Belgian tciritory ends
rBUs-sIA NEED TIME TO OBMAMZE. ,
The London Times excts to be obliged
to chrouiclc Prussian reverses at first owing'
to the superior preparations and efficiency of
the French troops. Prussia needs at least
another fortnight to get in readines-s.
ACTIVITY IN PRUSSIA.
Bkrlin, July 18. NcVer before wa there
so wild and universal excitement in this
country. Berlin is alive with troop, and the'
railroads cannot carry them oil a. last as t hey
are eager to be carried to the Rhine. The
people of all the States of the Bund arc
coming forward with the most sclf-sacritic-ini:
assistance, and the fceliiie auinst
France is bitter in the extreme. Humors of
aid from Russia arc widelv emulated and
generally llievcd, and efforts arc lieing
made to bring Austria and Bavaria into alli-
ance. The r rendi blockading fleet lias lnj?n
sighted tiflthcHVeser and"ElbvI
THE rRUSMIAN MILITARY POSITION.
Parii. Julv IS. :i r. m. At noon the
Pni.ssian forces occupied the folkiwinK loinU:
Saarbmck, uiKhenish,Pnis.sia,and Xcwburg,,
in Rhenish Itav.irta. Jkith of these towns
arc dircctlv on the frontier. They also had
a force concentrated at Linden, in Hesse
It is now generally believed here thatKn-'
sia will sustain l'mssia. The IMorhe, Ked
Reublican organ, holds that the Empire is
ansncralilc tor war without pretext.
rBUs-IAN BIXIDKNTS IN FRANCE.
Pari. Julv 10. The momms journal
sav that the Prussians who are now in France
will not be exelled fmm the countrv, if
they tibscrvc strict neutrality, but no dfiilo-f
mati-t or other iorcigncrs.will.ue allowed in
the rrench camp. . t j.
THE FRENCH rRORRAMMIl
The Im Libcrtt, the Thiers rty organ,
"ives tlie followinc rrench imijnammc
The armv will firt enter Hesse to neutralize
the Southern States of Germany, and will
then (Ktmpy and fortify Frankfort; from this
noint thev"-will"Rweerallthe-Pni'ian terri-
ton- to the 'left 'of the Rhine, then enter,
Prussia by the way of nestphalia, and the
reconstruction of the Khenisli confederation
THE AMERICAN MINISTER.
The Journal tTholr savs that Mr. Wah-
btimc, the American Minister has agreed to'
. . ii .. ? . ... i 0.' ; x i
pnneet l nesnian snnjecis now in r ranee, aim
adds that Mr.. AVashburne has certainly not
made such a promise without having first
obtained the consent of the French Govern
- HOPEH OF PEACE ABAMNED.
London, Julv 19. The Timex of this
mornings auvnuoiut .in iiu: in vticniaiiiiii.
The swonl must now decide
TRIVATE PROPERTY ON THE HHiH MiU.
Berlin, July 19. Bismarck says that
private iiroiicrtv on the lush sea will lc ex
empt fronrsicairc without rcgattl to Tecipro-
srEIXTI OF KINO WILLIAM.
Berlin. Julv 19. Last cveninz Kin:
William made a spctx-h to a great number of"
.1 . t! e4 i: 1 l .... .J AA......TMa..t
me etipieoi Jx:riiiiitiiot..iiiit:iijt.xjiii.inii.nt;j
lnni. llcsaiu lie was not n-spiuisiiiie lor
the war which had in-l liroken out. II
might personally lie jiassive uiidcr the ollt-
nisc. Imt ticniMiiv, even from lievond the
sea had riiokeii. Sacrifices were sure. Profit
hail Ikcii skiI1 ly her rapid victories in
tno wars, and perhaps a worse fate awaited
her now. He, however, knew what to hoiic
from God. the armv and the people. I lie
French proclamation for the iuqcc of
exciting the people to revolt ha been di-)
tributcd in Hanover.
The European War Cuttaa Canardx
OSirlnl Blpailrhe from Berlin He-
rraiiiai r 1. MWTeBwana i.ikiirnin
.Hall Inellan Alain.
Wasiiikcston, July 19. Tlie Prcsidcnt'si
departure for Lone ltr.inch has been delaved
on account of questions growing out of the
hiiroiiean war a atttctin"; this countrv. A
lengthy session of the Cabinet wa- held yes-
tenlay, and it is understood that h:e whole
subject was di.scttvd. Amingcmriits have
been made bv which our ministers at Pari;
and Berlin will keep the Government con
stantly advlsctl by telegraph of the situation
of aflairs. There are rumors among Cuban
agent- here to the cflecl that Louis Kajioleon
intends seizing Cuba in cae Spain sIioms any
synirathy with Pm-sia. In that case, the
United States vi ill be comj.ielled to interfere,
and President Grant is rciorted as saying
yesterday that in such an event he would be
railed upon to enforce the Monroe doctrine.
Baran Gcrolt officially communicated to
the Secrctarvof State the" follow Ing telegram:
Berlin, July 1H. To Baron Gen.lt, Wash-'
ington: For your guidance I have to say
tliat private projrty on the high seas will'
be exempted from seizure by hi. Majesty's'
sbis nithout reganl to reciprocity.
The French Minister called on the Secrc
tarvof State to-dav and verlally iiiformetl
him that his Government would alo reiectj
the treatv of Paris.
Tlie Comma nding General of the I)i-,
vision of Mo. has Iwcn aiithorizexl to assign
the recruits accumulating-at Fort Leaven
worth, Kanas, to the 3d Infantry at Fort,
.Lyon, Colorado, and Cunp Supply, Indian I
Territory, until the Companies arc filled to(
50 men each.
A preliminary meeting was held licrc to-!
day by leading Germans to make arrange-j
ments'for holding a meeting in sympathy and,
in aiil of Prussia. Carl Schnrz, after speak
ing in Ncw'York in behalf of tliesamccanet'
will address the Germans in Baltimore, Fri-1.-ivntiirnTni
M AVKstilnp-ton Satnrdav.
Mr. Kunhardt, agent of the Hamburc line
of steamers, arrived this morning ami had
an interview with Baron Gerolt, and subse
quently with the Postmaster General, whoml
he informed that it was proposed to despatch!
the st earner Sclesia lo-dav with the Lnitedj
States mail. The Postmaster General i
neRtod, and advised the Postmxster atXcw
York aweurdinclv. '
Gen. Gricrson write from Fort Sill, In
dian Temtorv, June J4th, that a small party
f Kiowa and Chcvenne Indians made an
attack on several jiarties killing one man, but
retreating when encountering well armed)
at . - . .. . i aih - - baa- m m laauikbuft'jl
men. x ney eswiwrt mc truu i v.i -sf n
fnr.vtiuit was sent after them.
A party of white thieves attempted to steal!
some horses from Gricrson's wpndron, bnt!
I.inir foiled in their attempt, escaped. Gner-
mi rocommends that a strong force be scat
to the plains neiween ine aan anu ixorm,
Folks of Red River, where the Kiowas and
Chevennes were encamped, in order to pro-
m 'Indians who desire to sctairatc from the
.war putties. Many young men of the!
Cheyetmes, utmancaets ami Moux are
absent from the reservations. The object of
thcChevennes ts to provoke all tribes in'
hostility against tne whites; nt, i be-
lived that the Indians on the Fort Sill Res-'
ervation will remain peacable. Gricrson
sayK that he intends to prevent so far xs jos-
smcui nepreoaiaaws, ana' to 'fatnuir tne
cniltv Parties, pursuinz such a uolicr xs to1
break up combinations and to avoid ((ringing
on a general inuun war.
Eaariaaal Aamteat rraavre.
New York, July 19. The Tribune's
London sjiecial says that private letters from
fcr represent the prospect as serious of.
finable between France and England. The
French Government is furions at the tone of
the English papers and threaten to refuse all
applications treaa J3agltdjns.cn for army'
WjLHisrroT, JaJr 18. Gen. Parker.
Indian Coajmiwioner, will soon take steps to
learn the will of tne Usages w Kaaaaa, as to
giving 'trp their kad aader the -tenas of the;
i -s i-'"- --
wyayOy of Biwin.
Chicago, Jaly 1. X meeting of Ger
mans was held, at Turner Hall yesterday
with reference to the war in 'Europe. Cas
per Butx presided. .peethsS were made by
Col. Jamea, Collector of tatcrnal Revenue.
Hermann Roster, editor of the fHaaSn Zeituny,
Gov. Solomon, of Washington Territory,
and other prominent Germans and a resolu
tion of Kvmuathv for the Germany cause
passed unanimously. Three thousand dol
lars were at once coniriDutea to aia tne uer
raan cause. The follovtag dispatch was sent
bv cable;' "To King 'William or PrussU
The Germans of Chicago tender to vou and
to the German nation their heart-felt sympa
thy in tne war against tlie perfidious traitor
Napoleon, and against all cnemic; of Ger
man progress and unity."
To which the following reply has been re
ceived: " Berlin, July 18. Edward Jasscn and
others I thank you and feel convinced thatj
Germanv will answer the hopes of her coun
trvmen beyond the sea." (Signed) "William
The excitement among the Germans L.
even greater tordav than at the time the dec-'
laration of war was made. All places of
resort are thronged, and the situation is dis
cussed with the greatest vehemence. The
hatred for Frenchmen is remarkably interne.
Over one hundred Germans departed by.
train for fatherland to take service in the'
Prussian armv. More will follow. The in-'
fluence of the prominent leaders has been
exerted in vain to dissuade them from such a'
Mrttwtftilrmmum la HyaaatatnT wltk
man wna auaiBaiaiaBa aaarcw.
tatka Ueraaaa aUae.
St. Locis. Julv 18. A German meeting
to express Evmpathv with Prussia in the
struggle about to commence between her and
r ranee, held to-night, a as one ot tiic largest
ever held here. National airs were played,
national nongs sung bv the crowd, and the
enthusiasm was very great.- After speeches
by Ir. Harrison, J-.mil rratetorous, l.oi.
Darzer and others, which abounded in
denunciation of Napoleon and prai.e of
King William, Bismarck and the Uerman
nation Kcncrallv, the following address was
To the Uernun Nation tne uesieraie
cambler on the French throne, under con-
temjitiblc pretexts, has commenced a war of
suppression anu cxhhiucv .igauisi viciuumji.
The times of XaoIcon I. are threatening
once more. lours is a stniggle
fur the indctiendciice' of all nation, and for
your own national life; your defeat would
dismember the German Fatherland and
make it a deiicndencv of France; your vic
tory secures Germany's unity, and with that
lierlilierty; your triumph would even lilier
atc FraiK-e. " It U with pride and joy that we
hear of German iieople, North and South,
nishing to arms for their country us one man.
Firmly confiding in your iKitrioti-ui, your
strength and vour perseverance, c expect
glad tidings of victory for the holy cause of
the land of our lurth.
The Mtatatlam Im Prance.
Paris. Julv 17. There i a rumor that
an cncaccmcnt has taken place near For-
back, resulting in a loss to the I'rus.-i.ins of
.1 .1 . .l LIll.l. 1 1. 1... . .
inrec moil-ami Kiiieo; rrviicu nr, ti
thousand killed. As yet the rciwrt can be
traced to no reliable source. The Emperor
will isuc a manifesto to the htates of Ocr-
mauy, assuring them of the good will of
France. tThc war feeling takes entire con
trol of the people. Ycstcrdav Duke Urnm
mont, after leaving the Senate Chamber, was
irrcetcd Irv crowds upon the streets with
cheers and plaudcts amountin; to an ova
tion. A demonstration was made in front of
the residence of Thiers, expressing dissatis
faction at his conrs in the Conw Ijcjrislatif.
This was followed by a demonstration in his
favor. The hitler was not resjiectably sus
tained, and was tlie work of unknown tier
sons. Accounts from the Provinces state
that votcnlav there was an anti-Prussian
demonstration, particitiated in by all ages
ami classes with the greatest enthusiasm.
I.OXDOX, Julv 17. The war enthusiasm
in France is very great. The fwoplc oner to
liar double taxes. The iioliec are obliged to
. ... ?1 f ISLf 1 is
protect lue resiliences oi i.ners aim rat re,
no maue sjiecciics against uic war.
Prussia proposes to invade France with an
immense force. McMahon, Bazaine and
Cannibert will command three corps of the
rrench army, fhe l'mssian troops ol feax
onv are in motion, ihc Uutcli reserves
liavc liceii onlcred out to protect the. frontier.
The ticrman parliament meets on the 20th
to otc the necessarv credits lor war imniocs,
Advices from IScrhn represent that. Ihc
Priniv Koval. Frederick William, will iakc
txtinmand of the armies of the Mates of
Sou! Ii Germanv.
A telegram from Pt-sth states that the
chiefs of tlie dincrciit turtici, in Hungary
had met there ami adopted a txoliition sym-
.ithizing with rrance, and declaring that
evcrv victory ol rrance would lie a victory
Lcsiiona la War.
W.V.1HIKUTON, Julv IS. The President
lias about decided to send (ic-n. .Slicriibn or
(Jen. Schofield, or some other army officer.
to Europe to witncn. the war there, anil profit
hv forrign inventions in arm :. A commis
sion of three American officers was svnt over
during the Crimean war.
Italy axalnnt r ranee.
rLoitENi'i July 17. A great popuLir
ilcinon oration wa mane ncre io-iay ag-ainsi
I'Vaiuc. Crod.s collected in front of the
Foreign office anil German Embassv with
shoutc of "down with France," "viva Italia"
and "viva Prussia."
MARKETS BT TELEGRAPH.
Kur Yuiuc, July -JO.
Karly iu the day tKrc nasatcry fctcri-.li aiid
untitled feeling in Wall street tilth a partial
rcvit-.dd wartAtitnutnt. Thrgold nsjiuwastlic
cliis-f point ufattraitiun and there trtrvsouic wide
fluctuations. Tlic. market u.-ncil at -i tcry early
liuiur und vcfere the formal c.-uiu of tne rJoanl
lonsidtraliiu busJncu was transaitcd at 51 --V-&-
lVIJ. Tlie firt rctnnlcd salointhc wnu w
fl2l It, after which the ui-trUt -tttltst i',au to
-0"'-C4- sUlrUcully vu the rtirt of the
auiH-untciU'-nl that -! v- luvt K-mc down to
IL'ivat 1'raul.f'ut an.1 Tat laimlon, Kold worlctl up
lo 'ZZJi. The mark t wa- bid up rapidly and busi
ness was not large as ioujI.
Moiiy atlite atf-T foriall hwn.
iTIieanrnioon was more fxriiiKuiit and duty rale
were aid. i After bank; hour the demand wa
t cry active and coiitiiiiu?! Uil-Utc. The tolcon
iallwa7pcrtx-nt., but in many in-Uuttn pjM
inU-rest was luiil, and after 3 o'clock in -xinie case
a com wisMon aJMixl to I lie leal rate Specu
lator wercastonishetl at the fact Hint of a million
offered , by the Coverniiieut only SCi"i, 000 crr, bid
at 51 21g 1 22 0-100. They were all accepted by the
Covemmentand inlruclion were r-xrived from
SxTetary Boutwell not to oBcr the rcmaiuinc
$3?,000. ' The market dbl not remain stea-ly for
any length of time after the, Trcaviry bid but
liecamc heary and graduxlly dei lined to jl 21JJ.
Tlii aftern-wu the market for gold was more
jui'-t. The Bull. are evidently feeling uneayat
thealvenceofn-Iiabicncwsofa tattle. The price
wa crowded to -2JJ but afterwards fell off and.
cltxcuat a. i
Sterling quiet at Id" J3 10' ( co tUy; lojfetoji
tight Mils. ,
toiiernmcnts opca.-d iiitt and it less desire to
sell among thi t ieraun tunk.-rian-l offering taken
uuiie freely by hankers ami financial institution, j
The market cW-d dull with Jitllc tloing at tlw (!-,
State bonds dull, Mi's, 91.
MkLaaHn JJrve Mack Market.
Themarketforcattledurlnx the pat wee!
en more satisfactory to sellers ' than for
it week has
weeks past. The supplies ami quality f stock
have bses brier, ami the atarket on the whole been
active. Texan and Indian rattle have been larsely
in excess: Wa aira una liar's Iranm.tion as illus-'
trativeid' values.,.., ..... , ..,,. ., .
CATrLrV-.fi,TiiiTe Vteefs'averayns l.aiW
HtW37J: lK"i smooth I"t averaBins l.t-W
K, at ?7; II Texan, KUtcuera nwuiai, artan-
ante of the sales at the. yards were chiefly Texans
ami Cherokees at reUll at S3 tni&Ti.
IIOtJ-3d extra axerJirre , at?3l2K; 9
doaveraidniU at );2" averaging : bat
35; 47avcrapn Ittdb at S 70: 27 averasiag 1
I at J 70: 32 averaging 195 lb at s 70; 4j larerac
insJ2it.,at 60; 35 ayeracinc24t lbs at S 30; 12
areragine 210 lbs aiS4; 32 axrra-inc lh at
JS2.1. There wejeynite S number disposed of in
retail lot of varinnt ynWl fnaa So to 9.
SHEEP The prinelpal saltj wcret sheep at
JIl:40atlM?aTr37:''and M lamb at
W to per bead ; 4 at 12, jna f. at J 50 the lot.
KT. BV4H.IS JIAKKKT.
. ' , , . St. Ion.. Julv 20.
TOB.VCQOi-ptcatll tft comm.in leaf.IJ-,
A2Hclair tocund mannfacturin;.
HB3iT-!-rae1ianJ at SI 4sil M uodrcel:
tvvc e4jsjjc; aaapna x3
Caxttlca-ati WJ higher and stock
UTMCN DaHamlanehaursl, choice mixed aad
mieae rtxiow ape; watlai?! nxit- ,
OATS-Dall at (S,e oil : 47ts t for new.
ItYE rachanerd at sofa-.
WlIfcSRBT Firm at SI an .
tlFFEE-i-frfch-r rancha: at 2S22c.
xwsBir ri itt naaxaie).
BAOON Hteheratlt-slsjie: rhouMen dear rib 1
I77jc! clear IBc.
' r-TTJFcrw memmtMm-t, k
Isnajcsaaarto rrfaaet tVxWSVtt tor clnfcato
fWOS-Artlxe l lags m. i
. .- .. x . -tSfcaaa, Aaly SB.
FU)CBrnrat H tf tolorarrteutra.
WHEAT-ttmaM ngalar arak reeeipU
4A.V Mgfter, doainc at l9l lor regjaW
re riodac at aSASAje for Ko 2.
t at Kele bwercWM at ae
BARLEY-VwU ' asafaiajL
HICHWINES-DwMSHe for wood. k
I-ORK (3 S. v
C1TT MEXn-SkoaUrri I.
I!0U3-Actrre at IS?: alfc e Km9m Mr,
CATTLE-QtuVt at 93 2JM 00 Texas to tbukc
shirring steers. i
FIjiiUR MuderafrlT actlra at t5 7.16 50 rawrl
western ;(C 45aC M eonnnoo to good extra do; 6 W-
WHISKEY Firm at It fflal .
WHEAT Falrlr active chatac hearr at aafci
lower15Sal(0NolMriBz; SttalS0S'o2 Mil-!
LKAvaxwoarn, Jaly 20, tro.
.Suar, N. O. V
Crashed and IViwden! Suaar
K ."ngar. ... ......
U hucax.- ............ .......
Molii-es, cvmmoa iSUKar Ilvose..
' ' Synip .......
tioiden Symp ...
Mncar Drips-- ..... --.-
alt, coarse. Wt . ...
." dairy... -...
" " sacks, V Iac
AUjiicr .. .............. ...
4 95 40
reppcr... -.. ...
Lssia ................. ...
I t0$lt 45
ltit ............ ..........
isoap .... -
Tea, tie.! lmierlal
Tea. second uualitr...,
I 041 40
Matkcrel, No. I V'JJ 11 .- 1-1 ir15 W
No. 1 kits 2 Ks, 20
No. -2YH bid
9 on&io .V)
2 20i32 401
S 007 50
1 3S2 00
0 OOglO 00
s ohatH no
4 M- 75
:t ooffct.-. no
;o. z nn
White Kish. No. I 1 Vi I'M
" " No. 2 .
" " kits .
Hrrrinr, smoked .......!.. .. :..
I rrstrr eae - ..........J
fan Kruiti Y case
Figs, old .".
Citron . .....
Rtaektierrie ..... .
Cherries, pitted :
Almond... ..........- ..... .
llrazil nuts....- - ..
ltnuHiM Y do... ....... ......
Wil-n Ware, No. I tub V dol
' No. 2 mlnydoz
" " No. :l tnliVdoi
Three li-Mip ai!'....
Two 1ki xtil ..
Wa -h rtanN
2 7va.i 0
Toluetxi N?. I V Bv... ..
No. 2lb ,
" No. a 'ri lb
Natural lieaf No. 1....
Crape Juice .
Killikinick V J-ale .
Fine Cut Chew inc............
Virginia nioking... ...
lry tfm4 Market.
nioiw.s- siiKirriMi ami siiirtim..
IihIIsii llea I Sheetine . ..... .
llraniteville . .
Apiwain ., -
Knreta .... . .... - -.-
Indian thxhanl tine I.
Indian ' C
2S in. ltirtmouth P. .... ........
27 in. Chae -.
BLIUCIIKn SIIFFTIMI sllIKTIM..
:Vt in Fruit of Ihc loom ..........
r-r.ln Swial 1
M iu '.Misdate . . . .
:K in IlilL .
X in Kockland
36 in Lowell ,
SI in INa-et V.
2S in ."llrasanl
M in I treat Falls H-.
.V. in llanfonl I...
(lies AX A..
Otes C C
Amoskeai: I. C
Ker Stone .TST.
Collias iA...... .......
lutlinn I m hard.
loco nla . ... ..................
Naumkeas Satteen .
An.ncop(in .Sttteen.... .
I!ljpiw ... .
Wliltteiid. n C
Jlcrrii-iat k W
Merrima. k 1
!' ' Piuk
Clark's ON T..
Prairie Ur, hsw? t ton
" baled ii ton
(KKC M1 -
I lax seed .............-.-...-
Iliinpirisn eed..-... - -
Clover seed. ........- - ..-..-.
Ital top eeil.i
3 B 09 (M 10 00
.. ii aoisis (o
" 1 2-7
.,. 11 CO
.. 3 aa2 m
tmins axk nn.
I,xnl Oil :.M.i.i
Un-cil Oil Haw"
Mnoxl Oil Hoile.r.' -.I...-......'...
Sweet (hi- -
Turpentine ....... ................
Alcohol . ... ..........
z ysa oo
Unwashed line beary .
M ahe1 tub iximmon-.
l.reen .. .-....-.-........-......
ttreen Salteil .-.
rxoca,-anL Ji.tp ana;.
Choitx brawl ..... ..
Corn Meal . .
3 ,V2 7J
Com...... .H.... . .,
Salt V. IM
SI Waal 2J
t . -.
Chicken V doz-
I X L While Winter Boar ia sark-.-.
' i nham-., t-
Best City or Missouri brands,
2 ."exl 7J
" -" - ...jk--
' ' XX 1-
Craham Flonr, 4 sicks -
3 1 Oat Meal .
aacox itn uibd.
tlear Sides pw honse
Clear I.2J J-lJiiaca dress' d one side,
il do do do do do
di do "I" d" do --..
Clear sMini do d
2-t I d
3d .-, d do
Flooring .-,. . do do
I-t . do
2d ' do do
3d do do
I inch Swiae. do. do.
H lark CriBaa;, draa clear-
XStntaBonrd, 12 inch-
" 12 laca-
Joo4s and Heaataaajt ICnef i
Salaidns AarBtaraawcd .
lath, lt ftaaalf
do Sad ..r...
Panes, 2 tat ..
,T ,7 aa i-
2 J0ja2 70
The Mood deteriorated la hat weather. rratW
awaahatlea' deprixes It of a nortioa of tu aonrbh-
Snaawr, the ieA la la tome deRTre, its 4nn-.
aes, the ataadai lack their VMM ttasUcnr aad
vtaar.t aad ta weight rf the tody Auatahhes.
Tane are claar ladkatloeH that the ordinary sopplr
of the Ufc-stt-itainiBB priaclple aaVrded bv the food
we eat, is hot aaacieat ta aet the reittireaat of
the system under a high lemperatwe. There is
another reason for thi. bVdde the direct influence,
of the aeat, xlit the ku of apprUte and the weak
ening; f the diresUve power whkh it occasion j.
Under these cirrnnstanm a wholesome iatriourant
is exMeatly aeeded. aad the best aad safct is Ho-1
tetter' Stomach Bitten. This admirable TeaHahie!
tonic aad alleratite, acts (sToraUr npna the sys-;
tem la several war, it increase tne appeuie ana
bcilliates dkeMion. Iheiebr inclining the stomach
to reeelx. and enabling 'it to assimilate a duei
anmuuoi nounsbuieiit. it also l-sie ine reiaxcu
secretive oreana and tbe Ww!.. ITnder its ouenv-l
tioa the process of emaciation, m-asianed by the
drain throajth the pare, is arreted, the whole
frame refreshed and invigorated, and the s4rtts ex
hilerated. The dyspeptic, the bilious, the nerxi.u.
the deUliUted, scarcely need to be toM that it t.
precisely the stimulant and corret tire they ought
to take at this season. Thousands of them know
the (set br experience. Nothine in the Dharma-
cnpaHa(ornutorit) will 'apply it place- least of
au tne irasny h-cai nostrums wucn soma nnrru
pnloaa dealer wouM 1 gtvl, t the benent of their
mra pockets, to peddle out it its stead.
Pa-xMMWsalK for aF'ltel, TTUgC
Ciiicr QrTr.i(MATtr.'s Ok
Hd. Qbs. Ulstckt or Nr.w Mcxtai,
Sjta Fe. X. M., Jnly 10,
SKALKU PROPlKsALS IN TBIPLICATK, WITH
copy -f thi adxerti-ment attached, will here-'
criteJ at this offer until lOo'ilocta. ui..
FrMaiy. Amctwt lth, 1H7,
For the tlellverr nt the tillnwinc MMx-imsl aniounK
of rorn, rats, bran, hay, straw, wood and char-j
lual. at the military it herein uaineil: ' j
Fort aaeam M. If . '
ilO.OOO pounds of Shelled Corn,
170,000 pounds of Oats,
6,000 pounds of Wheat Bran,
350 tons of Huy,
100 ton of Straw.
Fort Bayard, If. K.
400,000 poumls of Shelled Corn.
&,000 Mrtinds of O.1L,
m tons of Hay.
Fort Cratg, M. M.
4.')0,000 pounds of Shelled Corn,
75,000 pounds of O.it,
:15,000 Minnds of Wheat Hnn.
:!O0 tons of Hnv.
VilJ eords of W'oimI,
4ri0 Isishels of Ch.irtxt.il. i
Fort CaauBiags, N. M. t
'iOO.OQO iiounds tif Shelletl Corn, .
200 tons of Hay,
10 tons of Straw, )
300 conls of Woml, '
800 Isishels of CbantMl.
Fort OarUBd, C. T. t
'.5,000 potltMLi of Slrdkxl Com,
1:15 Ions of Hay. '
Fort McKae. H. It.
90,000 Milinds of Shelled Corn, j
cv tons oi iiav.
130 conls of Woml.
Fort Selaen, If . M.
7.IOI000 KHimLs of Shilled Corn,
ttOO tons of Hay,
350 conls of Wood.
Fort Stanton, K. M.
Jli5,000 ioiinds of Shelled Corn,
20,000 Jiounds of Oats,
25,000 (loumls of Itr.ui,
-150 tons of Hay,
30 tons of Straw,
1,800 bushels of Charcoal.
Fort Union Depot, N. M.
S.OOOyOOO wiinds of Shelletl Corn,
100,000 pounds of Oats,
30,000 pounds of Whr.it Bran,
2,000 tons of Hay,
150 tons of Straw,
1,000 conls of Wood,
8,000 bushels of Charcoal,
Santa Fe, If. K.
175,000 itotimls of Shelletl Corn,
15,000 tiounds of Oats,
10,000 imiimls of Wheat Bran,
200 tons of Hay,
5 ton of Straw.
Fort Wlmgate. N. M.
SoM.OOO pounds of Shelled Corn,
50,000 pounds of Oats,
8tW tons of Hay,
50 tons of Straw,
I.S00 misliclsot cnareoai
IMitery of grain toixnnmeiiiT on or licforc thu
lt day of IIx-iiilT, IS70, and to I completed In
six months onc-slxtn to nc neiiverea nioainiy.
The grain must 1 souml aisl free from all impure
tics awl drlivcreil in good troiic uck coutalninn
not les than W iunds of corn, or SO pound ol
lielirery of bran to commence on or before the Isf
day of Apnl, 1371, and to be comdctcd in fou
inontns, one-iouriii io ie uciitcreu niomiu in
gon.1 stpsift siks containing not les than SO ponmN
cji h. The bran must tie of good iiierihaiitable
mi ililv in ctcrr resnett.
IK lit err of hay t-itomui-nee a soon a', thesauri
i ut amf iiroDeflr tured the tutting to be done in
such months as the proper Birrr. of the y. M. Dc
luttment at the posts where dc lit cry is to be niade.
mae direct. IWiverv to lie completed on or uefore
tho'lst dav of November. H7t. The liar mint "05
well cored, and or good quality in every n-tpixt,'
and innt be jiroier!y stacked in ;uch uuantitics
and at sucli places a may 1-c directed by the pmiie,
unVxrofthe tj. M.. liepartuent, and must !
-ailed (if directed) while (wine stacked the It M.J
LH'anineni lurnisniu: 111c sail -,wi (-j-jiuu 10
(sim-litnte a ton of hay.
IlrKverv of straw, to-cmnmene on or before thj
1st day of" Noti-niber, 17", an-1 to tic completed In
T-iur montns onc-Toumi to ociiriitrrcti moiiiuit-
The straw mn-t l; tlean, and nfpsxl quality ill
c -. t r v rcsix:t. and must be stored or stacked fa sut li
oiiantities and tbtcs a. the nmier olhctr of the I.'
M. lVartmt'Ut may direct. 2,KJ0 lb. -urill cuii'ti
tute one ton of strar. '
Iellv:rvof wowlandtharc-al lo conimem c on or
Kfore thclstdayoflKtolitr, 170, an-i to becom-j
l-lcted in five months one-hfth monthly. Thtl
wind ami charcoal must be of gnid merchantahM
liialitr, and piled orsf'rett 111 such quantities aisl
idace a the pro r ofBtti of the Cf. M. Herart-
llidder will -.tile the kind of bar. stiiw ami
wood they pni-ijse to dtlitcr, with qr.antity and
urice of en n Kiu-i. met- tiin aw un- iiih cm-i
of timber fn-ni whiih tlie chaiiciu ljto V made
with tirlre nt-r bni-liel.
riopiKil. for any quantity les. than tliulsjl-
amount risinrxi at mc sis innu-i.m "in-
Bidders promdiij fordelitcrt at nure than eni
iiist will i.iaKCscMr.iieTi-jsii. 1..1 v-v... .
The usiial rriilicn.cnt mil t lieols-nclinmakJ
lnr t.rr.isil. and the rulit i rcvrve-l to reb.it nil
biiltdeemtsl uiin.i-.ina We; and al-o to Increaseor
liiulnUU by one-fourth Iho qiiantilie-iadtcili--.!
for ateaihof the isfta namnl. v
Condaml iif5eieiil bond will 1-rcquinsl fr. 111
tlie cuntractor for the prompt and faithful execution
.-r the contrail. 1
Bidders mut tie prc-cnl, or represented, at Ih.j
i-I-niii; of t he bid.
'o Wd will l" entertainl fnnii r.oii whi
liave heretofore CuUl to carry out conlrailsawanl.il
to them. ' t
Blank" pro3l may I- hxd upon applieafmn t;
the omtx oflj. M. IVturtiiirnt at either of lh
Irt naniisl or at thi otoiv.
Brauthoritvof F.vt. Mxj. General fi nTTV,
A. ;. KtBINsON,
Bvl. Maj. awl At. UiMtlernia.ter, 17. s. A.
emei tjii-rierma-ierMii. 01 .sew .ties.ii-...
'i-M. fl we;ai ltrjkit-
TIIK TAX WABRANTS I.ssl'EH BY TUB
City Clerk lit l'atriek Mdlonigle for construct
ing a sidewalk on the north "ids of 0age Mrrrt l)e
tween Sixth and Serenth street;
Thor Lswl to the awe party for i-iitriM ting 1
sidewalk on the north sib- of Osigc street lutwri
Main and Second strcxt;
AU. thie IwMxl to ratrh k MeCristal for gradini
Iarotah tn-t from 'ifth street to Broadway
are now in my liaiKl for collection. I'enalty at
cniesAngu-t 11th, ism.
i r. 11.1 .waDpic, ucpuiy
THE STATK OK KllNfAS, :
la the Prabate Court, in ami for vii-1 Comity.
In the nutter of the Estate of Clara M. IkxsJ,
VTOTICE I hereby given UiatXelUiof Allmin
il ltratioB have been granted to the umlerslga!
oa the Kstatenf Clara M. Iteed. late of aid County
Lb the Hnonrahlo. I he. 'Probata Court of
th Countv ami SUIaforesail. dated thQLUhdai
or Jnly, A. II. I7n. Mix, au rt navina
claim. against the nM estate, are hereby notilidI
that they mast present the sau to the aiKlerslgmsl
for allowaace within one .year from the; date of aid
Mtent, or thev inv l irtrlade4 from any benrnt
of such tate,'anl that if eh claim he notexhlbl
ited wMhia three years aOer the dale of said letter-
I bey shall be forever larml. I
BL h Btl.liRirKSH. A.lm'r j
ofitTSravTof VVarxi ; Bcl. lletM. !
lravenwonaVHJv July 2I.I7M -l I jy2I
EiAmMi ! LAW OH ! !
KAIfSAW LAXD FOR H.WEi
rrmtE iavus webe hix&.TEi in ikv.
JL aad are among the pest in the .tate. Th-r li
in iweniy aiwereat i.mnii, msni-l -wblca
are. j -
Ir 1 1 ltM
Itott of them are near TtlWN. r within .SeilM
roenli. (UiaJtlenatUie 'jualily an-I l-,-ctWu, tneyj
Cka6ft IaUMb ifir 8aleimthe SUte.
Pbice From Flra to Ten DUan per acre.
Forparticafarr', aoMreTi 'T. II. WALKER, r
TITATfimeT. SAU. rfaaiKAMWEa. e..
Chicago, at C-TfxP
jalTaEHTJOB PRINTING WEST OF TIIE 3IIS-I
RxS?811! BWjAT THE TlME
REMEDY If TIE lit!
Eowaao Wn-oca's Fa?toc t-Toaata Birms
certainly cure Pyspepsis, Liver Owsplaiwt. ladt-)
gestion in all it forms. Intermittent Fever, Fcvrrj
aad AaV, and all periodkal diseases. It relieve.
Colic and Flas. Cares coslixeae, proves aa in-,
rigorant of a ml H aad dehghaiil character fiir deli
cate fcmales; act as an alterative aad tunic tor Gun-,
Uy purposes; recuperates the wasted aad debili
tated banie, strengthens the appetite and Improxea
th-disr1lxe 1,,-.; It i, nnlik aU other alttet,j
it bssi belli; pure oM Bourtmn or copper ditinci
Whisker, while the body of all rival prrpa-i
ratio is common raw Whiskey or .Alcabol,
which is in the hinhest degree extremely de
leterious to the system. This met has of itelf
strongly commended it to the conadeaceof the pub-
be. and its iwefulif has been attested by the un-;
solicited rertincates of leading men ia themeilicalj
protession and th holy ministry. I
PIRIFT TIE HMD.
Thmc-t a'tire, ener,Hlc, unfailing and rapid
remedy known for thoe numerous diease im Men!
loan impure state of thebbnd U Enwaap Wiin
a'. Saastraailta atlt rrrrasit. Thi great
MHitine stand without a rival. It Upetf-vllr
l-reilv. Msnfuai turnj with the utmot tare fnnu
the purest and ttitllie! material, it has achieved a
rcputxtion tir potent y and thonmghne that plxcrs
it in the front rank tif ptsilar rennslie. Cure is.
guaranteed in every cae, wln-re the direction are
folforeil, for those diM-asew. the mwt terrible of
wbkh the human lly can hesubject, namely;
stri.fula in all il form; every kuown varleiy of
('.m-titulional Syphilis or Venereal Uieae, Neu
ralgia, Skin Iii.-Me, no matter how ! or invet
erate. Chronic Itlietiinatisnt; Sctofulou Sore Kye,
tilamlular Swelling of the Neck, or elewhere,
Clironic thill and lever, Tett-r, Wreinng Nire,
1-g, lll-er trf every kin.1, llmpbri on the Face,
Ibngworm, s,.,M-hea-l, Falling out of the Hair, or
Allx-ia, Wlnte Swelling, llit-j.snt Il-.ie,
Chronic Kryi-lj, Agi Cake Iir--y, etc.
No .iiiu j to the human race more fo fie dread
ed, and is more iunidiou in it approaches than
that tt fal-il are! g-xwrxlly pr-vlnl an h destroyer
of hjlth ami luifines of mtrij-1. "Cnunis,
tion in itt gliasfly form." The duty of alii to
guard against it lirt advam-. Thi may b ihtne
by tin- timely ue 1 Kntvtan Wnnra'.t Cw
roi'Mi EwaAtT r Wicn Citraav, a preparalion
especially recomiii-ndeil as affording teitain relief
for all Pulmonary Complaints Before it Cough.
CoUs, and Catarrh rapMly disappear. Il affinl.'
iriHiipt and decideil eomf rt in i-f-e ot llronthitl.
Larviicilisaii-l Asthma or riilhi-ie. Ukewiw, it
bof tin- highest use in relieving th dithiult brrath
inganl liln-siiig Cough of thoe arakldl with
Coiisiiiiiplioii. In all ca-sof lneiinKSii or Winter
Fever il i indisnsilje. Il ha no cquxl in la(e,
cRHeiKy, ami power. Wherever UjI it ha net
only ginn prccnt rtlief, but enWt.sl irrniaiient
.cures. , ,, t , ,., ,. ,j ,, 1
Beware of Arsenic,
An-1 all arwilcs! coirpcun I. .-tl-r, fj hotter,-on-liiT
shaklug xnd quaM'ig lite thmugh than tJia
per with this 1ulmr.1l poison, ivi m.ttter how care
fully ptepari!. Ilcxtenive u: In malarial dis
eases lix already pniren Ibt tatii of great an-1 di
t rv 4. ing Injur.i. !"- Enwaan WiLni.r.'.s tinti,
TOMC for (.hill- anl Fever. Fever and Ague, and
ect f-rjii, Itpi, v-uicty. and upecietof Malari&l
or l"abslil Ftt.r or t AW tion, Twenty-nne-day
Chill-, Billon or nmilt-t Fitter., Brow Ague.)
I iiiiilag-., an-leterj form of Pcrio-Iical iMja.-'. Jl
hximK-pial. It eH-et rctlain ami mpH currj
It is portly vegel ibl. .It I warrante-l tot tire. (
CORRECT THE STOMACH.
It ia well 7-ox-rtaiueil physiological fact that lhi
origin of mot of the ill to which humanity i heir
W a derangeil condition of the alimentary canal.
The tsiwel become constipated ami luggih, ami
thence ariea train of foarful ml dltrt-tina; mal-
adie. A a preventive ami (lire for tin., Et-
waanWiuita's FaxiLT PitL. are nnrtrall-d and
without pre.-e.lent. They are not excelled a a
... , . i -it
purgative, ami are asprciaiiy retxiniiuewieu u
Fever ami Inflammatory Disraxr: in Acute Hheu
matMn; Inflammatioa of the Liver, Brain, Kfel
ney, ami Blad.br; In Krylpb, Fever ami Agw.
Acute Ophthalmia or Stre Eye, Fullne of the
llad, Virtigo, Diuine, Blim'aa, tc. They
are far "trperlor ti any known combination in the
tevtairi ami rail relief afforded in all the above
SAVE THE CHILDREN.
Too lirtb-cxre ami atteution i given lo (m n-j
xerxationoftheriveoof tho'tnnotent, temlW xml
Messed oespring with which Provideme tavoi. pa
rent. The little fol.rx chlrfy suSer from the 1 -vs-em
of Worm ia the irstem, which h ladirate-J y
a variety of symptom, aucb a paiax in theUm
ach, swelling of the abdoaten, picking of the n re
and ear, bad breath, variable appetite, e r.
should the worm be allowed to coollnne
length of lime, death' aao-t freuently eruuc.
-. 1 i
Mother should thereire ue Epwaeo WiLDga's
Moriiaa' Woaa Svatr. It ia Miprrior to all
other prrparatiwit a a Worm Itroyer: It 1
pleaaaat to the tart-. It b free fruni po aaoua In
gredknt. it I not dangerou, a are Tennifuges
puinn. Itjaaaniai delight- ti thii-stn.I, ami
red the lire. e4" a'wadreds of cbildica.
Cll I X- -!
in tif plAi,';!MHaB.ifi t
ateaaTaf i Matt ye.
This ShdeaeM Hair Dye Is the best la the world.
Hiimliii. iii"i ' Ji- aat-coa-
tata icad, aor aay tiMie putuo t prodaca analy
sis br death. Avoid the rjiinleil and delasixe
preparalSoas boasting Virtue they do Hot possess.
Thegrauine W. A. Batcheior's UairDye has Hid
M years ttnlarnished repnUtioo lo nphoHits ialea
rity is lite only Perf-ct Ifalr Pye-Btack or Browrl?
SoM Hy atl PriiiKid?. Apiieit at 16 Bda.1 streeU
New York. .
Rowland's Receipts xev:
Ac. tcmprisini; valuable information for every body
senl by mail free f postage f"r ifty cents.
Address K. E. NOKMANVY. 501 Market Street.
M. U-ui, Jit,'.
rntrus on m facb.
FiH-Commrtlones. Black Worms or (Srabs. Pim-
plr Eruption and blotched dUnpiratiotu on thi
&ce. te rVrry ' s Comedone ami Pimple Remetly.
Sold by all drujaist.
mo KKMOVK JIOTII TATCIIDS. FRkCKUr
1 and Tan from, the taix; it Irts Motlt M
taacKLC Lormx. Hie onlt reliable and harm-l.-
remedv. r-rrpaml bv Pr. B. C lrry. 4!
Rnnd street N. Y. S1-1 tiy all lTsivt.
A Book for the Millioa
w Privatk Ows
r.uta Tt ink .Maa-
01111112 I aim r tho-e atswl to
WUllJja. , marrT. , lh- -adVv
sophical niystrrie niwl icvekxtion of the exnl
system, with the litest div-oterie in imlncinC
ami preventing otC-pritij, how to preserve the coat
inislsan luierrcsiiu Vina 01 ivo nuisireu ami
twautv-four page, with iiuiueroo encravinc. ami
contaiu valuable information for Ihcst- who an
mimed or cunt-tnpliting marrtice, ttll It i a Imok
that ought t be kept under lock an-1 key. and not
laid carelessly jlmt the bou .
Sent to any one free of it Jgej f..r hfly tents-.
Address tr. Butts, li-l-iisiry. Nit 12. North
Eighth Street, sl. Iuii. 9
awNotitr to Of Atttkteil aisl niifirtiuiale.
Before apj.ltinc . the mirion IJirxek who
atlvertiso In pubtir ux-r. or u-inj any Umtk
rcuieilie. peruke I tr. Itutt.tv.irk.no mxttrr what
yiHir disease i, or liow depb.rtble your t.mditlor-.
Ir. Hulls rm lw ixinsidleil N-rsuallv or hy Mi
ter on the diases mentioned in his work.
No. 12 North Eighth trrct, l-etween Market iM
CbeKlnut, St. Ifim. Mo. .
LOOK TO YOl K HIMHtEX
The Great Soothing Renedy.
MBS. f Cures Colic, and i:ii-l Frtea
" HITOi-IH s i A f iiitatc the pn J m
Syrap. lerst.f leethuis I CnBtl.
MK.S. (Milnliw ContuHoul Frlca
an-1 ovi nsiiui-. mi , .
vniic....ir..sii.MNcs imfltnt t..(
I Intuit i Children. J CeStf.
(Cure. IliiirloM, -1 ftlCS
i-iiiTiouii-s Jtnlrv Asumuwri-oin- ; -
IHTt OMB S 1jh-lt j,, ,.,, Itr, r 19
Syrup. I all ages. j cent.
It i the (treat liifint an-1 1 liiMreii5tithitig
Bemedy in all du-onler bn-iubl 11:1 In Trrlhing.or
anrolher rail". lremred by lb- CKAFTON
MF.II("ISKC(I.. . Ij.hI. t...
Sibl bt lnigi-l and hilcr in Meili.iue every
where. oct7d.t w7.
Till" lttisnr ('It ii..si lint K-it lor Young
Mn. on the honor and luppiiieof Marriage, and
(he evil and danger of ( eliUii ;, with sxintiirv
help for the attainment of mill's tno: position in
life. JH-nt free in se-ih-l enteIoi.-s.
Addre. llliWAKH ASHKIATIOS. Box I'.
l'hi1adel.hU. Pa. V.1e.t wlW
tTVFT "UT a TITtp Malenal
JLT IVU TC4TU.1 A ,., l-.ttl-
Ist Hair IJtor.itive iter 11 I
bairloils-riuliial ts.liir, m-imI :,
l-,r restoring grx
i.ul for a -xk-
rra rr,fTT xwr A nTT Nhf wiute i,-ih n-l
UT XlU VT AXaX l.-,!i, 1 ;...... and a
wert bn-ath, .ihI for mit Traklsii !t.Mll ai 1
IF YOU WANT im-rcaiaHiT. '!":
nesor Buiingin the Uic, send r-u- our Srrsc
T.noat. Trice :i"i t--:its.
fl Killer f tin al.tte
ut -l--.'i-l ii lSTlCt
Addles J(fc. K.
St. Iuis. Mit.
LIMllAK, Hi Marlcl sdert.
Drake's Collection ;;',,
11. rrlr mm
for unking Hriu-ly, all lin-I-t of V,'in. din. Ale.
Beer. Conlixls ierior (tiler, and hum Ii olhti
uv-ful inform ilioii for !!- -1-jlui; 111 or niaimfa. -luring
any .-flhe ,il.ve, either f-r It.- trvle or
.sent bv mill fief of l is t .r liftv trill.
A.Hrr-w It. K. NOISMANHY, ."tl Mxrti-t street.
l. louis. Mo.
ST. LOUIS AlrYKRTISEMF.XTS.
win::. yoi; bcv a
ir it i.oimiMi m
C3r-ot. -DPI Best!
8 X 3 4 3
Hatfe been sold in the last two yeM,
and not one hai failed to givo
in 1 . tt'i.
The Best Cooking; "tore Made
jtyn tvnmi-vi it k.ov. s nil r
For Uniformity in Bakinp,
For economy in the up- of Fni-I,
For Darability and ConTcninr,
AM IliriR 1-1 RI I IT JHtttTt1liiS.il
THE WANTS OF WESTERN FEOFLE
i-ki ma rim 1: 1 isi'tti
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.
- . . 1 :l..t
12 A 411 1 X. Main SU
Vi:K;rti: di:.nr.Ti: okmi:ih it s
li-louia at ollii will s!i..w, hx Iii foui. 1
enpg-d In th treatment t-f -.'re:il .--iimI nl
Trivate tliM-j than any ot!i r diyit un In St
Syphilis, CoiHinhen, C,l.t, sr;rur,s llirluii-.
Hernia and Itniitiire: rll rnnary lifer- ihI
SvithUitie or Mertiirbl arltti.i t-f the Thpi.il,
fkln or Bones sr-triiI with nii)inill-l.sl iiee
,S-nualwrliea, "s-xuxl Ilehllily ami Iiuleiirr.
3 th result of self-aim-' in vi.iilh. v-xnal mos
in maturrr rear, orothereaii-, anl
dne some i.f the folfowii-s efTc
!V 1 j iM-turna!
eailadoa, bfc.tehe, debilily. du-iii- ..f -fglil.
enafuinof idej, evil forbwims, jini ltIh
i-iety.ff-tii3l , lo-of memory an-1 --x
BndrentVnnKiiiarriaS'iiiil'r-i-'r, are j
eured. . . ,
Tlie mel-r ot.rtumtie m b.i-;tal and "rivale
rneti.e are unsiiril inM. Iy.innranr .iihr
eitv. I!.k tiIeof.s. ly-ni wr i-r-v.- ttut h
ha l-n I-at.-l tli'r.- loiit'r by yexr lliaitaiiy
i(hr a.lvrti-ins. The e-tjl.li-.bni.-iit. librarv,
lalmratorr and aiiuliiii-ut are uiiualll In th ,
Wet, niiiir d anywhere. f, xrilh txri
emx, ran l r-l-J umt and tlie !-t..r ean rh-r
to many .hyitian throiijboiit the miiiilry In
pat ymress'aml pr-etit seltioti hevtaud withoot
The Wrinncof a I'hy.irian wtn. rvi(jliii is
Union-wide -Ih-iiM liwtrrtll reiwline.
ttr. Whittier mibli-lesa Mliral l'jiiililet n-tal-
ins to venereal dL-ea-es and the iialris an-I
varitsl ciie.uenee '-f elf alm-e, thai will I- -nt
(oany addrein a-ealel envebfor two titiui-.
It eontain full syintmi lists that will ruabt-IIk-
afllietel to determine the nature of tbir r..in
(lainl and cive a wntl.-n Ixletnetit of their u-e.
that will an-s-rr aImot a well for th-itr.-of
treatment a a personal interview. I nt where it is
eonvenient the Ii-tor shetild I'-tonsiilttl (-.r-on-allr.
Tlf-eliJtiiia friend Hut may re.iilrraliee.
ran uidr tlieiu with thi valuable ini-hlrt by
set el ine rtteir addresx, witli tjiii.. Thus yon tan
assint tb iinforluiute without tbor LiMiainic their
benefactor. Certainly no ol jett ixt-f no-rr im.r
tanrethan purity M-sl ami -rft nianlw"!.
It It If evident that a pbv.uian wis. ronniw
hiniself exrlnsively t Hie tinly f .x tertaiii ib t-l
dr-eas ami trrat lhoii-Miitff ea-- every day.
raut aniuire greater skill In that specially Ihan nw
in seneral -raelice. Many phvitian recx-niinit
thi fart, introdoec .alieiitstothei!iorafte-read-irat
his uaniplilel. Conintuniratb-nx eonCdntil
A friemlly talk will e-t you nothing. IrBn-e.en-Iral.
ret rrtirrd-N. -"dT St. Charl-tr-ev, M.
lmil.'Mo. Hour 'J a. a. to T I". M. Sanda
L DR. WILRER
rtEATX AM. rKIVATK lsKAs. YI'II
Ui, all form.', (ioiwrrlietta. C.l, Mrittuix.
Ae.. coniptetely eradicated. That ths ofrasei ir
snhiat from self-abuse, l.riIuriii; iiuiiMfillisrs...
nervou.4 del.illlv. irritability, eruption-', seminal
imbtiioni arel 'finally ini-ii-ney, peioiis-tlr
cured. Meilitine pre"arr.l in the tst-ibliehiitent.
which embrace ofBee, n-reptionand waitine nm.
ahn Imardins ami sleejtin aj.irdoelit foratienl
renairinc ililr uer-.n.I atteition. an-I varand
cbeuiicaThathV. thmeonrrntratinsllie famed tuiu
eral (prUnc. Eolh exe. niarried orinRle, uSV-r-Ina
fmm indiarretion, indnlsnee or exrinrt-,
apply and l ure.1. Nt- matter who have
filled. tate vour rase. lea.t what lie-av in hi
poniphlet, eiit to every addre free. Thouxanda nt
" . ,. . . kJ .11 .-tar Ik.
ease urxini uioiuio, . vamra -. ...-... .--
country. Consultation free, neronallyorliTiiiail.
CI6 Waohiogtoo avenue. SU Jrtii.. Mo. Uoura, 'J
, m. tp 7 p. ni. siUniI.-,T; -j a. ui. i- 11 a. w.