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THDBSDAY, JULY 38, 1870.
Prairie chickens arc being la;jgcd by
hundreds in Missouri. Some of tlicm arc
already full grown.
The Lawrence Brewery, owned by C J.
Walnifl, was burned on Friday. Ltrss Sl-,-000;
For eleven consecutive day including Si.il-
nnlathetlKometerrangal km. OP
and 99 from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. with scarcely
a c!)U(l lo tie seen; yet tlic city remained
iUitc healthy, ami bnl one eascpf rn4roke
te.i'rtcd, and this ras nut fht.il.
I'eksonal. Mr. C E. BlacLiuar, mT
Ii i-. fur rjmc time fu-1. lcen engaged in the
aiicnliural inijilciiiciit tr.idc at Fail-mount,
leaves to-day for a. visit to ltn old friends in
Pennsylvania. Mr. Bl.icktu.ir is nc of tlie
inn-st promising young business) men in the
Korberv.- The hoii-v f Mr. tilack, on
I'aunrc Mrcct, Irctwrcn Fourth and Fifth
rtruets, was entcml on Tbiirsdar night by
rtinrlan-, ami a pocket liook liclongmg to
Mrc Black, and (vntainiig a Finall mhii of
money, taken from the ".nickel of her dre.-c-.
The ixnJvft book was bund in the van! near
the house, mini: tlrc money.
rnz.v. A difficulty occurred yesterday
iK-tiwti C T. John-in, local editor of the
immcrcial, and City Mar-h.il Robertwm,
nd the partio einie to blow.-, resulting in
the former getting mhiic ugly Mark; on lire
fnntipiefe. We know nothing f the ori
gin of the fraca--, lull believe there has lieen
a -ort of unplcasantne- existing between the
pnnicrt for notnr time.
From the returns we lcani that Chase
county ha- a total KiiiI:ttioii if ?21, f
which 170 are foreign born at"'. 'J rot natu
ralized. There arc only $ celored people r
I br county. Mrrb Vrtrtrtty bt- 2,118
inhabitant-, 9S forM"-, "S5 rU'cllin;; holi-cs,
II establi'JtitthftrttoViy, ".1 jiersoiiswho
cannot it vr wrile and there have been
27 dralbn during the ".it year.
BOtlKKKV AT Til K Al'ROKt IIU17NK
l"li Thirrr Cnnrclil mill Baumi Ovrr.
.1 Lively -fcit- Thisanirk
I lie Rmm1
'bi Tiiiir?lav nijjlit
last, Jobi: Murphv,
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",,,n,T " ,,,c -4"r,,nl """ lv" m w' a" J
old chum of the tented field, named Charles
H'illianis, and the two tixk a vlfiHtcir--ait
of tlie attractive places of thx city. They
jx-tumol to the hotel aK.iit two o'clock on
Friday morning, nud went to lied together.
When Murphy got up in the morning he
missed Iih nNim-mate, and iijion looking into
bis jxK-kels mis-ed something more valuable,
namely, alamt S7-") iii ca-l). After thinking
i be matter over, John went to officers Lali
Iht and Slicliau towlmm hettbl bis story.
The gentlemen of the tar noted a dcscriji
tion of tlicdcpartol yotith, and found soon
after that he bad "one towards Fairinount.
They followed him .l accidentally
found out iliat stnMii.ni they were after was
-tupping at the bouse of a farmer named
-Coiwcll. Arriving near the latter Mmcd
gentleinau iTsidenoe, MorldiV wtnt ahead
through a corotiehl, and on returning re
ported tvM the family were at lea under a
Irce in ihe yard, Mr. Williams occupying a
pica-quit (xi-iiiou between two handsome
girls, l.-iuber burst ujion the stislied
urty like a young e:inhpiak Kad bis war
rant and snitched lr Rappy Williams in a
iv inkling. .MMU $:!(! of the money was
lounil on im- vrson of the prisoner, and it
.was lixjiot Hi.ix he had lntii liestowing many
fo-'"-. on the girN and children. The
tvieoner was examined yesterday inomrngin
the Police Court and Ixmnd over in tfce slim
if .5(X, to appear at the Criminal Court.
"lie denies the barge, Ivnt the lotimony
.igain-t him is strong. Ofticen. Imlier and
Shrban lid a rry neat thing in t iking Itittt
iiii:.iiiti or iMi.t:L bii:i..
A tiiwoft Slnnt lor the .Unnlrrrr.
A H nl rl
The rw nil nuinlcr ?l iVie Fort v. a. the
(iipicipal topic of conversation Nesterday.
Vi-irly all theitolicc erc l omv set lo work
l.MiVing for the mnnlcrcr, who issiijijiofcd to
rf soldier nnitl John Malone, who S
--rtsl from the arsenal a few daj"s ago. He
'"a-" o. .ecu aftf rw-anU nli Vriday afier-
voi'ii, -when he went h.to Moore's news dc-
yi t, and told iltv boy that he was going
nny and -hn!d not come back, but that lie
5.id little aeeiMint to vJlle with Col. Rirf
before be Icit. h appeal's that be Hl made
rihrr threats, the caueof ikvtti being some
-rcrc puui-limvsa bich lie bad snf-
fT d for ioljiioit of regulations, dninken-
jk:- Av- Malone ha- leon at the Fort for
val scar-, nearly all of ibe time at the
jsonal, and w:u for time onlerly for Col.
. rvganls the details of tlie yiK;rVe
kaT little to add to our acent published
yesterday morning. Thcbooting took .lace
on I ke cast side ai Hear tlie bouse. Persons
ttho are faliar with the grounds at the
Foil, will remember that there are two gates
lo reach the hoii-e, oncojciiing into the arse
nal grounds a short distance northeast of the
bouse, from which there is a walk leading
to the gale entrance to the door yard, fct
Tas a little inside the last named entne
Jhat the fatal shot was fired. fViro Is a
sentinel 1hmj lvat is flic alk between the
J gates, yet be repeW seeing no one come
near the Iiohsq, the first warning he had
as the report of the pistol. Col. Bud's
mrderly was on the cast porcli until nine
viVbick and saw no one about. There are
-oine suspicion that more than one jierwin
was engaged in the crime. A man employed at
the arsenal says that a few moments before
'he niurdcr-lie heard a slwt in the direction
Hit" the Sutler's store, and some think this
w.w tired by an accomplice of tlie murderer
to warn him that Col. Boel was coming.
There are f course a thousand rumors
anil sWculatioH, afloat. All the police of
the city and many officers from the Fort were
on the hunt for Malone yesterday. He was
in the city at seven o'chick in the marning,
:unl was seen by a. Man who know him Well,
and with whom he tried to trade watche
and get ten dollars to boot. He said be had
i furlough for two weeks and was going to
The following icircRlar lias lieen issued by
the officers at the Fort, oflering a reward of
500 ftr hisapprefcension:
The'Oieers of the garrison guarantee that
a reward f ($500) five hundred dollars will
1c 11 for the arrest and delivery at head
sjuartlTs, or for such information as will lead
the arrest, of the murderer of Bvt. Lt.
Col. I. II. Bucl, U. S. A., who was assassi
nated at Fort Leavenworth Arsenal, aboat
1 1 o'clock p. m., on the 22d inst.
His murderer is believed to be a deserter
from the U. S. Ordnance Detachment, named
John M. Malone. Ills description is as fol
lows: Aged about 35 years, 5 feet 10 inches
kifh, fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair,
saks slow in common conversation, had on
. when he deserted black pants, gray coat, cit
izen boots, has an ulcer on tlie aide of his
lett knee, ana sores on ins nanu.
Col. Boel will be buried at Fort Leaven
worth and the -funeral will take place at the
Hrsenal at 10 o'clock to-day. Gen. SlidelL
CoL SchoSeld, Capt Phillips, Col. Penrose,
Mabr Bell and Adjutant Moylan, will act aa
Paris, July 23 Auxtrin rnniplairM of the
nr measures which stop traffic t "Lake of
Constance. The uffiml jtmial to-day pub
lishes the proclamation of the Emperor to
the people f Fraiwe.
The French war vel Oloire i now being
titled tip at Toulon. She carries ':J gtins,
and a crew of 679 men.
M! IP wreck.
1lNDOS', July 25 A arcat many shii
w recks have oecnrrrjl on the (Jcrni.in coast
w reaoon of tire removal of the bcacon-i.
ijOSDon, July 23 Tho officers of the
lactation. The minimum rate m now fonr
, tArnaruXu Them in.
Berlin, Juljr?23 The government has
issued circulars to H ton-mh of Xorth Ucr
taamy in forcb ntates, requiring them to
forwara immediately all Germans liable to
military duty, iaving their passage to the
Fatherland and furnishing them nlth such
articles as mav le neccrv. Thcv are also
empowered to forward on thchamc terms all
voltmrcCTM who may wish to fight for Ger
manyv The. sailors of German ships now
in ngli-.h twrt arc returning to' Pnia to
enlist m tlie tames, and the iuiglish clock
yanls arc cnijrted to man the German Navy.
the "rRr.vMAX 8iTUAfir-r
Itl.RMN. July 23 The river Khinc is Mill
open to ilMic, tra el.
Tlrc Prnta headquarters are now at
Krenwrben elglit milen Noiinth of Bergen on
tlie River Sober.
Martial law has Ikxii proclaimed in the
RlicnL-h iirovinecs of VniNjia as well a" in
Hcs.-e, Ilanover, Schelswig and Rn-tt'rti
The iMirt of Hamburg -till neii and
traffic ii not tlii.tttrbni't
AMFRIOAX C'ltKOIT IN CEKMX.
KkV York, July IS A Berlin hpecial
says the Bank of Berlin has decided to re
ceive American 5:20s as collaterals for a
Rerun, Juiy 24 IVincc Vrwlerick Wil
liam eomntnndi the left of Pnivian armV.
Prince Frederick Chftrles th centre, (fid
HerWorthVon Bhtcnficld tire right The
defences of the ccf-t have Iven tru-tcd to
Gen. Vin Fclken-tcin. The rtafl" officers
will lc rc as in the war again-t Austria in
18l. Gen Dreyse will lead the advance
over the the Rhine. Gaarbruckcn will bo
in the centre of ojcration. More than
100,000 volunteers have been enrolled in
Paris, July 23 The Journal Ofjfr i"i pult-li-hesthe
following proclantation fttrnt tlie
Emjicrorto thcpeoplet FrcHcliiucn: There
arc in the life of people solemn moments,
when tire MMfrHial honor violently cxcitwl
pn" Itself, irrvStAbl rises atwVe pH UUier
interest", and applied ftwlf With the single
IHirpoisc of directing the dc-tinie of the nation-.
Oic Of tbe ilecisivc hours ban now ar-
rithsl for France. Pnlsjjia, to whom wliaVe
riiri .iifliiirw. jturiniv itlifl UI1.i tlio wnp aif
J8. of tlicmostc.wi!(.Morjdi-,Kition has
Iiolrl Vttr ovHWf Urill nj m rvitiut Mini liiy
ret.inc;' our forlnrancc bv aicnaclinient:
l.i. i i?... ---ii .; '
ne lias arou.-cu ui-jni-i in an iih-iiojis ne
cessitating exaggerated arnianiciil", nnd
has made of Europe a camp where
reign distrust and fear of tire nmrmto.
A final incident has dldo-ed the intabl!-
ity of the international oder!ftiidirtr. ahd
shown the gravity Mf the silWalion in the
presence Of the hew pretence--. Prussia wa
made to UndeWand our claim-. They were
evathslahd followed with contemptuous treat-mt-iit.
Our country manifested n prufoiind
displea-ure at this action, tnd quickly a war
cry resounded from Vine end of France to the
other. ThtiV; rem:uns for us nothing but to
confide, our destinies to the chance of arms.
We do not make war ujHin Germany, whose
independence we respect. We pledge tHtr--sclve-
that the people comtyv'iwg tbj great
Germanic Nationality l!rtll diiK)se freely of
their deatinte?; As for us we demand
the 'ortabllshment of a state of
things guaranteeing dor seVtfrrty and as
suring the future. We wish to conquer n
durable peace baaed on the true iutcrot of
the people and assist in abolishing tlvt lift'
carious conditoM of tKrXg-, wlicb all na
tiiMsartefevV. to vmploy their rc-ourees in
drKiW .agaJnst each other. The glorious
nag of France, which is once more unfurled
to tlie face of our challengers, i- the simc
which has borne over Euro a; the civiliz
ing ideas of our great revolution. It rep
resents the same rinciplo. It will in
spire the same devotion fn FrvrVlimcM I
go to pla'ce mVelf at Or- hfad of that
valiant army Which i- animated by
loVe of country and devotion to
duty. The army know- it- worth
for it has seen victory follow its
footsteps in the four quarter of the glolie.
I take with Tnc bty o'., dopitc hi- tender
years, lie. knows the duties hi, name im
popsVn him, and he is proud to liear his
lart in the dangers of tho-c who light for our
country. May God hie-- our ellbrt. A
great people defending a just 01110 is ini
Biutx.i; BIjOVVK it.
STPAsnouRO, July ' Ye-tenlay ihe
Pnissiau force on the Baden side of the river
blew p the eastern side of the hri'lgu con
necting this city with Kcb'i
I'R!, July 2.'?, 0 p. M. The dcjMiturenl
lift V.mK'ror"for the front lit- Inho HMinrd.
for a few day-.
The French agents in Ibe ftotltli Gf rman
States hac deinaotlot !ieir pa jiorts.
S,lPRtIOX OK JfKWS.
FaUI, July 2:5 A Ministerial decree puli-li-liol
this p. m., frbids from this day, the
publication in anyway of rny accounts of ihe
movements of the French itrniy or navy.
KVKslA XHtTloXlAY KLtWAS..
The 'ubto Ibis s n. fays: A dcintt!i
was juat nved ftviu St. Petersburg con
Uigi'fi follow ing intelligence:
The Crar addressed a note to the French
G01 eminent to-day. He regrets the precip
itate measures taken on Imth sides, and that
an opportunity xv.1" not allowed for Ru-ia
and the other Miwers of Euroikr to nit . in
ravnr of jn-ace. The Crar wld.w KicH'tttl'i;
the calamity of war. will irtilU nuitml a
loiigas tlieinterrt vf Kti-nia do not siifler.
He adds tb-l ift i- icady to do all to limit
hortlfefe. and mitigate the honors of war.
Losdoji. Jnly 2S Boron V6n IteVi-t,
Austria's presxait Mmistcr, i-siied a 'circular
to Austrian Ministers abroad. He say if
unsuccessful in sparing Eumj1 froai bkiotl
hcd, and Austria thinks the mo-t serious
consequence rndcrjeniblc to war In-twccn
two powerfhl nation", we desire at leal lo
metigatethe violence of that mr, thcvftW,
Austria will preserve on tiWi5v of entire
neutrality, writn r:tiy overture to jvir
tidnate. vie anould be imprudent if we
lre WMrous to remain active of our own
interest to omit any measure tending to
guarantee tranquility to the .buropcan peo
Paris, July 22 The Emperor came Jo
Paris to-day and met the Corps lgMatifat
the Toileriea. President Sclmeidcr, in the
name of the Corps LegMatif, adJdressed the
Emperor, dating that the LegHatif after
voting all Mlbsiuies ami laws neoiled for na
tlonardcfcnce, hail adjotimed; cliarging the
responsibility of the war upon Prussia, and
assuring the Emperor that the nation is with
NAPOLEON MAKES A SPEBCH.
Napoleon replied as follows: Messieurs;
I experience a great satisfaction on the eve
of my departure for the army, in being able
to thank you for the patriotic co-operation
you have given to my Government. War is
"legitimate when it is made with the the assent
of the country and the approbation of its re
resentatives. You arc richt in recallinir the
words of MsataHMai, "the true author of
a war ia not he. who declares, but he who
renders it Beewsary-" We have done all
that depended en aa to avoid it, and I may
say, the antire nation' a irreoLstible force has
dictated or resolutions. I confide to you
in paring, that the Empress who will call
arowi her adviaers, should dreamstaacea
require, the kaowahow to fill courageously the
datr which the "ooakiow imposes. I take
with me my bob; he wiH learn in tlie mid
of the army hew to' aerve hk country. Re
solved lomnaae wMi etrgr the great Biia-
aon eoaided to me, I'hare faith in our
armies for I know tkat r ranee Mrtancling be
hind me aadthatGcdprotoetens.
Immpwwmmttut t taw Ml wrl Biver.
St. 1ouis, Julv 23 Gen. W. J. Kev-
nolds, the newly appointed SuperinteadeBt
ot tae neaern auver impniTaaeans, bos
onbnd five atrotwr hoata here from Mound
f.tr (ar of them were to be aet to work at
oace between here aadSC Joseph, and the
other above that point. Fifty thousand dol
lars haa ban aet apart for the- improvement
oftheMaman nrer. . t
Madrid, July 21 via Paris, July 22
Parties here have nought to excite the popu
lar arainat France without effect. They
attempted to create a hostile demonstration
in front of the French Embassy, but failed.
Soain is firm for neutrality.
The Duke deSaldauha proposes to retire
from the government of rortugai.
Cicaoo Jaly 23 The (hkiMeilntM of
Umoa TeJn4 oftcw, tt. reported here,
hate been latgar (funiig the part week than
tvet before. TKs was especially the ca-e in
Uus dty, each day's bunwra readtinf into
the succeeding day. At Milwaukee there
were J.-WU rfellalcbes received and sent in
rc day, and at Bdflalo over 6,000. All of
this immea business, n addition to the
long reports of foreign and domestic hewB
tnuisniitted by the Associated Prea, has
been transmitted soccesimillv. notwkhtand-
ing the electric influences on the wires during
the hot weather hare been soeitaofdinarilv
great aa to render the working very difficult.
Chirago society is niucli excited over the
hymenial event which in to transpire on
Thnrwhy next In tlie celebration of
tbr tf.lptlals or Potter Palmer, Esq.,
tlie well known Chicago millionaire, and
Mi Bertha Honore daughter of Henry
jionore, ivj. .Mr. l'aimer w, probatriy, the
wealthiest gentleman west of ew York, be
ing Valued at $10,000,009, while 'Hftrllo
norc is beautiful, highly gifted and great! v
esteemed by all for her "nuiny social and do
mestic virtues. Tlie marriage spttletncnt is
rwiortvd at a ronnd million, and the whole
nflair promises to lie conducted on a wale
corrwiiondiiig with the wcnltliand gtnerositv
of the brkletfniUmi and the Imnu- nnH nn-
eveelh'nt qualities of the bride
The match came of Inao Inll 9t n.i.
Park, between the Mutoals of New York,
and the White Stockinga, of Chicago, mull
ed in the wait defeat to the Chicago clubtliat
it ever experienced, and in part the most de
cided defeat ever inflicted ujion any club with
any reputation which extended beyond the
limit of the town whence it hailed from.
The ore stood: For the Mutuals, 9; for the
White Stockings, none, being white-washed
9 times in succession.
A fire occurred la.st night commencing
about G o'clock, which destroyed a large
frame building on Canal afreet occupied for
pork packing, lard rending and residences.
Total km $20,000. After the fire had been
rubdlicd and th firemen bad anmi tn ilirlr
engine house, it was discovered that Airs.
KcllcVi a resident in the building, was niiiw
rng; After ecarching through the ruins for
sonic time, her remains were discovered
burned to a crisp.
lhe discussion before tlie Irish Literarv
Socictylast night, terminated about 12 o'clock
and the presiding officers decided that the
Prussian aide had the best of the argument;
Irtit the Irish audience waa evidently in aym
lathy with France and a vote was taken re
sulting in 40 for France, and 29 for Pniwia.
Xkw York, July tl The JViowie has
the folio ing special, dated London 22d, 1 1
o'clock p. m.: Army movements on Mh
sides are slow. Our special Wrresjiondent
writes from Berlin, Oh the 20th, that Prussia
wi adually taken by auqtrise. Nobody
contemplafed war, hence the contraction of
forces is less advanced than with France; nor
will Von Motk" hUrry. There are two
modes TJf mobilizing an army. Tlie quick
er is when regiments march without waiting
for reservea, which follow when ready. The
more regular method is when regiments
await their reserves till their ranks arc full.
The latter ia the slower method, and haa now
been adopted, abowimr that Prussia ia in no
dread of the threatened immediate Invasion.
No ddh.TK of the famous d)?j of Prussian
Guard: ha-; Jet left Berlin. Infantry reserves
were aVriVitigbn Tuesday, and regiment are
expected to march on Friday.
The enthusiasm and CCriiidence increases
daily. The feclinz throughout Gcrmanv is
t)Uly comparable to that of the North when
Sumter was attacked. The financial and
commercial distress is terrible, and there are
innumerable failures of old ami strong houses,
MARCH TO PAW
It is pcrfcnly Understood in Berlin that
Ihe Merman army, if victorious, will march
ltailroad freight traffic has ceased, and
raissengcr traffic clo-es on the 24th inst.
Galungcn University is clo-cd, nnd nil the
students have enlisted.
From Bonn thru? hundred re espeWfcd-,
All the universities rdll s'uV.H thrii.
The London Dailu Aont has a special from
Strasbourg, of the 21st in-., saying that the
defences depend much on the water, which
is uon mi iow iiiai uie piacv is unniaraiiveiy
weak. Additional works are pniere-winir.
The garrison niimfieM idiout six thousand,
alio Kc-Jd. there .jare in cnmii alioUt one
thousand mViV. HtfU- ' M?liiHhic3tioii
crm the ricr by ferry.
Corresisindents of the 1st Liberie and Im
Rnpprl have been arrested, one while sketch
ing fortification- and the other on detection
by lei-on of sieaking French with German
accent. Both have sttb-cqueiillv l-sen releas
ed. The correspondent arre.tl yesterday at
Jletr, is now reitortcd to lie m. II. Ku-v.cH,
journeying towards Pnis-ia.
Xkw York, Julv '' A ml.Ie dc?i.ikb
lo ihe IffixtH dated Pari.-j .tiily 22 ys p-
Ul?r (hmonvtratiinis fiave Sil Hiarte in lii
varia against the wah
The Kotlithtlds here have lo-l S20.000.-
OXXI Sty ihe war. Erlanger ami other bankers
have lo?t lieavilv. Ihe Kink of r ranee fits
Sl,:00,0iX,00y m specie.
y hV YlRk, Julv ' Iii the Pnict
Ark trot l-etween fadies Thorne ami Gold
smith Maid ye-tenliy, the former won, mak
ing the best time ev-r known on that track.
The fir-t licit wa.- made in 210 ; the second
in 220 J. : " t
WA-tfiSiiil'! Juiv 1 Coin in treaa-
HW lo-lav, $105,600,000; coin lertiticatci:.
S4O,700,0OO;fiirrcnry balantv, $30,o00,O00;
uirrtneylninied during the week, S-H4,800.
IvoxiUtT, X. Y., July 23 I'jymj&ter
Mvers, of the Kondniit mid t)swcp Kailn.Ml,
J roblicil jresirntar of P,0(H, by Iri-h
J,ilioii Sfit-!l rtrfeU were made.
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Thirty do do do W aa
tine copy Fawt to the getter-op of erery dub.
. - - ,. -FS .rfBOBB,
RENT A SDTB lJUME.JWELU1tG
i House aad OatdeB."
House aad aaMea: aaaia sMemuty liarit.
will: 75 acres of rpttmlU Hae Graas VaXmn,
and other coBrenieaces.
, . lHi. QMs-'VsrtUcr or.xyiXKTf.
i-n Slirf ATK, K. It, July 10, M70. j.
(3EALE0 PMrtmAUrtH TBIPUCATE. WITR
cdredatttiaaaVe UltUl 1 o'clock a. W-.
friaaar AtaSttoft iSlk, 187
FUrtfeedetiTerrof thelotldwIltttpeciiMd aiaotitiu
of com, cats, brad, hay, sira, wood nj thar
ivat, at the military Pt3 herein named:
rert aaacem, F. .
230,000 pounds of Shelled Corn,
170,000 pounds of Oats,
6,000 pounds of Wheat Bran,
350 tons of I lay,
100 tons of Straw.
Fort Bayard, H. ft.
400,000 pounds of Shelled Corn.
35,000 pounds of Oats,
400 tons of Hav.
- Tort ftajf , if . M.
450,000 poand, of Shelled Corn,
7!Hin rn . '-
l",UW pOUnGS Ol KJ3.V,
35,000 poundi of Wheat Bran.
300 tons of Hav,
550 cords of Wood,
r 4C0 bushels of Cliarco.d.
Fort Cnaunlara, K. K.
200,000 pounds of Shelled Com,
200 ton3 of Hav,
1 10 tons of Straw,
a! cords of Woodj
800,liushcls of Charcoal.
Fort Oarlaad, C. T.
95,000 pounds of Shelled Com,
135 tons of Hav.
Fort afeBae. N. K.
90,000 iiounds of Shelled Corn,
85 tons of Hay,
135 cords of Wood.
rcrtatsMuii; i. .
790,000 pounds of Shillcd Corn.
COO torn of Hay,
350 cords of Wood.
Fort SUltOB, N. M.
265,000 pounds of Shelled Corn,
20,000 iMiinds of Gats,
25,000 pounds of Bran,
450 tons of Hay,
80 ton of Straw,
1,800 bushels of Chami.il.
tart tfatoa DCBOt, if. M:
3,000,000 pounds of Shelled Com,
100,000 pounds of Oats,
30,000 pounds of Wheat Bran,
2,000 tons of Hay,
150 tons of Straw,
1,000 cords of Wood,
8,000 bushels of Charcoal.
Santa Fe. N. M.
175,000 iionnds of Shelled Corn,
15,000 pounds of Oats,
10,000 pounds of Wheat Bran,
200 tons of Hay,
5 tons of Straw.
Fori Wlttf ate, K. M.
600,000 pounds Of Bhclletl Cortl,
50,000 pounds of Onts
800 tows of Hay,
.d0 tons of Straw,
1,500 bushch 6f Charmal:
Drllrery or grairi to nlnitiicilcc itj or lieMir ttte
It dar of Dccrnilicr. 1S7TJ, iliid lo be eomnlcteil in
six irorthv-olle-slxth to to delireitsl tuonthlr.
The grain must l-e wund and free from all impuri
ties and deUrrred in god Mrniig sacks containing
not lex than 100 pounds of com, or 90 pounds of
Dellrery of bran lo cciinnenrr nn or Icfore Ihe 1st
itay of April, 1871, and to be completed In four
months, one-fburtll to be delirerrd monthly in
good strong sacks containing tint !e-s than -V) imimls
each. The bran nllt c if gno'l merchantable
quality In every ropecli
IVlirery of har lo coiunteilce a.-, rooii ai the kiivc
is crlt aiid irtieiiy cilrcdtlie cllitiiig in Y ilmir Hi
such months as llir proper nfScent of the Q. M. De
partment at the posts where delivery is to bo male
may ulirct. Iielnerr tu lie completed on or iielore
lhetdarof NoveniW, 1S7II. The hay lllUt lie
and must lie prDicrly stacked in such "quantities
ell cured, and ot good iiIllr In erery reiett.
and at Mich places ns niy Im dlretled I'y
iMiiiretieu w ic
tile . l
and must lie
altel (if directed) while being stacked Mie O. M
Department furnishing the salt 2,090 iiounds to
constitute a ton of hay.
Dlirerr of straw to commence on or before Ihe
1st day of" Norember, l70, andlnle completed in
four months onesftmrth tnbeiMlrcred niot'thly.
The straw must bo clean,, nndvfgidtiitiality in
ererr rfprtU aHd nll'sl M "red tt s'tS d l!i t!cll
gi'arlUtlcs slid place as the proper officer if the it.
M. Department may diiw-t. 2,090 lbs will consti
tute one ton of straw.
IMirery of wood and charcoal lo comment,, on or
U-lore the 1st day ofOctolicr, 170, and to bcisim
pleted in lire months one-fifth monthlr. The
wood and charcoal must 1 of good merchantable
ituillty, anl piled orstored in such quantities and
places" m the proper ofilecr of the tj. M. Depart
ment mar uirrri.
Ridden will '
stee the kind of liny, Mhtwrnd
woisi fHe,bWikisotalelitc-A,lih liuantity ami
nrlce f ricfi kind. 1 lict- v.fii iilvj .-'.ale Ibe kllii
of 1 1ml r from which the charcoal Ho be made,
with prk-o p r tm-liel.
PrupoNils for any quantity Ic-s than the whole
amount roiuired at the l-r-ts lumol will lie tc-
Bidders profiosin Strdelnery at more than one
pot will make M-iurite pniHls for each.
The usual requirements mut lieolervHininal
ing proposals, and Ihe right is rcscrtcd torrject all
bidsileemtsl unreasonable: and alsi to increase or
diminish by one-Mirth the quantities adtcrtiscd
for at eath of tli.C lls ll.-hlj.tl
tHewml and railhfiii ctcciUi!
.mil. oil l!lilirlil 111 rll
Bidden must he iire-cni. r lelirusi-nied, :ii liie
opening of I be bids.
o urns will lie enierwiiieo irom ierson who
hare heretofore failed toiarry otit coiitmcti.nvardcil
Blank proosak may le had itm'i .irplicatinn to
the office ofl. M. Iepartinilit t cltlier if the
tsjts naiiel nrat thlsofnte.
Ilraulbottt) of Bit. M.i. llineral llrt1.
A. I. ROBISrtlN,
Mtl. Mj. and At. Otlatlermaster. U. ?. A
rhkf titillrrini.i i V Di-t. of New Mexic-o.
XT 1-j KOrVOVKKKORTr YtiARS.slKCETIIIh
uleilMrle .! oTtrt-l't'a MI'mIs U Wdrtt'5; aid
irieo IliH II Welts FctiUiatPlH lta.s. .ltadl!r lilcrc.-c.l
Until at the nresent dar it is almost unirersallr Jc-
In-iwbdged thnughout nearly all pjrtsuf iheworU
t-i b.- the torcrcigu rcmrdy. Worm Omfxli"!'
nude mpre for the rurpeseof pleasing the palate
than roicrcvBiliiK Ihe ill"cn.-e, hare l-ren manu
fa turr-l all over the country: Mil Ihili-rhert leM
oflifci-n-iiilrcxhatided, and B. A. Klinslii-k's
veniiiiuge continues m iniir in laror uany. .iiu
livu vltin look pale anl tickly from no oilier c.iu;e
li.in wiirnl'i aM 1a-4 aH1 oiti rrn"'i"" II" f
,ult ol IbcSo iiWIeii sappfs ailrt mmrrr-.
Vhtn ther arc irritable and feierish, hjiimHui's
niiiglK.-J sad cjtnu raenou-ly. again Kfii-uv
whoicsonKMliet, A-.ingresiir..iyin-ii,e"iiig, iuoui
Ing and grinding lie teeth, then l-uaesurcd IhtMj
jrmptoms are indiialiui-of woiii".
' Cncai'tnii and pain in the als.imn, with shill
ing and hardness, aro grnerally aUnd.ml tim toe
preM-nceof these hidden siw ami miners I
Manr a hrlplcnchiM llai been laid 'n Hit; Kt'.
rlien 'Ihe ilirase whhh iaild is death ha I icon
entirely lltl'tlnriersosJ; dtl.l lvt tnm. loirc re
allr Ixvil Hit caUse, It hi- Ihcm 'i l-ejo'id
card, that worms exist in tin- unman srirni inei
earlie't inCmcv, therefore rent oi-eiullrmolh-er.
wlm are more euisumli with tlnir thildren,
cannot ! too obeirant if the fir-t symptoms of
wormi, for surely as they cxi-i, can they lie
safely and spcedili- unnned fnmi Ihe most dcluatc
Infsnl, br Ibe u-jffB. A. Kahneikuk's Vcrmi-
L'tlm n l.. fns-.neiiilr hceii riven tu children
as a safe purgative, not sii-liecting the cause of the
IHoesi', and large, quantilies of worms were dis-chaijtedahdWmisiUsAcrcllcrairor'rd-.
ireatrrMoH PilSstVc fiiHl liJ-Eitiypurilia-crbi
lie hLs own judge in one sen-, and lo cxauiincerery
botlle be hur of it. The simple nam of FaIISX
STocK is not, suSciet. He must I.sk closely and
carefully to see that the initials are B. A. Kaiisk
stock, and Toe satisfied with nothing else.
8CHWABT2 t. HA8LETT.
B. A. FAIIXESTOCK'5 SOX.,
Semil far Price and Nample.
STATE OF KANSAS, )
CofSTT or Lluvbrromu. ;
Townhip of Leavenworth. I
B. CrrarataB, - '
T rs.. -
WlHUtn Harness. J
BETTOMB BIOIARD R. REES, A JaiSTrCKnK
tarFcare. The abore nataed William Har
bfm, Xtefaaiaat ia the abore aaiued cause, is
hereby Mlted that lie has been sued by the said
rWBaaksr the sua of tweaty-toor dollars, rent;
thaa-yaatwaalirewjhtowtheilllhdiyofMay A. D.
1870, aad uttaclrBient issuxl and his eBrcta at
tached. TTaeeaselsnow set fir hearing on the eighth dar
of Aupnt, av'ebcka. aa.. .V. U. 1876.
jySwlM tr W. i. Carroll, AU'y fjr PUinUt
W. S. 6RAXT,
14 L kid IU' Sakwaee sarectv
LeaTemw orth, 'KaaiMi
wiOLi3r.ru usd arrait. rEALEB ix
aaVUS. nu AHD IXOVXB SEK,
SarDrf9a0ai4, .CMce tsred Cora, Early Cuce Pota
toes Morjeandf Garden City riow, P.rown'sCnrn
PUnterii, Exeehtor al Cliampion Eeancrs' ami
Mowr. Marh Harrestcrs, Vibrator Threshing.
2fachinet, Buckeye Unin Drills and all kinds of
.FaiBijBgTruiIBvsnte. feblTsrTI -
irlahs iltt I'ol heSilale lo inUjitiilciMi II and
f IHc "MreS-Phi fitjlit all ferl'iitlliciortnfrr
it. olr..en, kii,.s. In fact. itr.r.u
PtRCC BY M
OSI.V GENUINE STRAUB nmABLgajBlWr
Mills for Corn Mnl, Wheat Floartng and
Stark Fftd, Bottinc Jtpparaltn. 8atalleRit Cora.
:.; ? laeae auis wire SM amle
" TVJ " WHll Wl IOC
rtaatenaad Stack Growers H
te South, tmt their bmekas
(aread to crcryqnartcr of the
gwric, bq iiwr anj now son
aau nsca in carope, Asia, Af-
ncm ana uwra Amcnra. in
apply Ibe increasing clrmaml
re Bare enlarged our Stjnn-
Ctctorr and added TataaMe im-
At heret.ifiwe, wlr Milk will be built ottboite
Eilrr Hl.nk-5, spsxlvl at Ihe Quarries in France.
Send for Uc-criptire ramphlet containing Treaties
nn Nillm-, tent tv mail free. Address.
ISAAC STRAUB CO.,
Cur. Krvut aisIJohn st. , Cincinnati, (1
im.vainii. w ma nulla.
&rATE Vf KANSAS, 1 ,
Lcarcneotth Cctlnly. f
In the rrUate Court, in and fur tiJ Cuauljr.
In tbr matter of the Estate cf
Thomas Cutts, Pec'd. (
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I.ET
J tCHH lc12iiKUtarr bare tiren granted to the
undcniRUd uu Ihe Estate of Thomas Cutt, Lite
f said Count t, deceased, hr the Honorable, the
I'robate Court of the Countv and State aforc-siitl.
dated the 1st day. .f July, A. V. 1S7U. Now, all
persons haTing claims apaimt Ibe raid estate, lire
nerebr noUaed, that ther must present the fame to
the Undersigned for allowaut within one year frcm
the date of said letters, or ther mar he precluded
from any benefit nfotirb rita!r, and th.it ifsuli
claims I not ezMbitH within Ihrre rears afler Ihe
date -f said letters, they hall I Cirercr barml.
GEORGE A. EDUY and
DAVID J. BREWER.
Execulon i.f lb,- last will and te'tament f Th-ma-
la-arcnworlh City, July 7, 170. jywll3
WARNER'S PILE REMEDY HAS NEVER
filled noteren inonecae to cure Ihe rery worl
cas.-) cf Blind, Itching or Bleeding Hlr. The
who arc afflkted should immediately call uu their
Iniggiit and get Wabxee's II tE Remedv. It is
exprrvly Sh-m Plle, and is not recommenJe'l lo
uire any other disease. Ithasrttml ui.inv i-jm-oI
urer thirty years standing. Price One IXiIlar. Kor
stU by druggists crcry where.
WARNER'S DYSPEPSIA, TONIC lH PRE
PARED exircsy fir Dyseities and tlio-e suner
ing with habitual Contireners. It is a lightly stim
ulntlng tonic and a splendid appetizer; it strength
ens the stomach and restores tlie digestive organs to
their healthy slate, Weak, ncrrous aud dr-ixilic
should n Warxek's Drsri:rsiA Tonic.
Kor sale by druggists.
Price One Dollar-
COUGH NO MORE.
WARNERS COUtSIt BAUAM Is healinc. ..ft
cuing and expectorating. The extraordinary puwer
i iHissc!T iii imuiisiiairiy reiieruig, ami erentu
allr curing the mint ultimate caMi of Coughs,
Cold, en-Thmt, Bomehltls, Intlnenza, CJIarrh,
lloarspno?. Asthma and Cnnsitntntlnn Is almost in-
( rrslible. tto prompt is the relief anil certain its cf-
inis in an ine aiiore cao, orany anw.tion or the
IhMat and lilngs, that thousands of ihrician-are
daily prrseriliing it, and one and all say that it is
the most healing zud expectorating mediiine
knowu. One dw always affords relief, and in
most cases one Iwltle effects a cure. Sold by dtug
rist", 111 large ImtUes. Price Une Dollar. II i
Vo'ir own fault if jod still cough and suiter. The
llatain will cure.
wnns of ixfe.
The great Blond Purifier and Drlkions Drink,
WARNER'S VISUM VIT.K, OP. WINE OK
I.tKE, is free from anr poisonous drugs or impu
rities, lieing prepared Sir those who require a stim
ulant. It is a splendid apiietfecr and tunic, aud the
flnest thing in the world tor purif ing the bbxsl. It
Is the nlot pleauiit and i!ellciniiarticleeerollercl
to the public) fir Miier!or to brandy, whisker,
fhVi I'illers, or an) utiicr article. It is moic
licallhy, Bild clicalvr. 1Mb .male and female;
young or om, can ukc ine n jiioki jie( ii is in
gsxl health and a free flow of liiely spirits, will do
well Ii) take the Wine of Life. It is different from
dnrthilig erer lieforc H u?- " fesoH brdnig-
a iim? irvscrcr. j ihim- wnn i-ii iu ciijot
anrthirg erer lieforc i"! use.
pl't?: alxi at alt rnpeclabfc
Dollar, iu qUatt iRilller.
uhions. 1'rice One
WARSER'8 EMMENAOOOUE is the only arti
cle known to cure Ihe Whiles, it will cure in eicry
rjse.J Where Is tlie family in which this iiiimr
tanl medicine Is not wanted 1 Mother", this is the
unald l'fsir!g cTcr oOVteil JW', ami you should
immediately pMcitrc It. It IsaiaiasUrc ciire for
female Irregularities, and may lie depended HJ.n
in ererr eai; when- Ihe monthly flow has liven oli-
srtKti"d through cold or disease. Slid bydruggist.
Price One Dollar. Or tent by mail on receipt of One
Dollar ami a quarter.
ADDRESS CIS STATE S5T.
Notice to Prirpefly Oain?rn,.
City Cttaa's OrriiK, i
LKJ.VK.SWORTII Citv, Kan.vis, '.
July 1th, A. D. 1670. )
roU, ANDEACH OK YOU. ARE HEREBY
notified that at an adjourned meeting. Ndd by
Cltr t'oiincllof said Citr. on the 3th day of
.luue, A. I. I9i, llic I'lluaiMj rcsoiutujn.s were
Rcsolicd, Thai it is netr-oary tograde Chejiiine
lreet Iniiii rVysiBd street to Mam Mnrt
nointi. named, on the wc-tde of Seventh Afreet.
from Shawnee ticel to the south line of Metropoli
tan avenue, except 18jsJ feet in fnmt or lot .r.,
block 91 , and 21 let eln front of lot V, block 9.
Hoolied. That it is ncccssarv to Uy a sidewalk
ten feet wide, with pine pUtRintl and white cak
trillgen, atM the lteiw.ry Molte ihKvltigs three
'eel wldcaim- lnecnstsrrrts,tietni-;'! the int-t
Hauled, nil Hie west side of Main street from th-r-okee
street l'i Walnut street.
AndjoU, and caih ofjou, are hereby further
iioMficl, tl'Jt t'lllev f. lltaJoTifT of the owners of
Muli riofeftr, le-it'it'giil Jhel'tyi (c'lurfi enin
(I.iiminganfnti'rest in Mi-h property ! fcil')'i of
Tax Title-, and liable to to Lsreil fr such work er
inipruvimeut) .shall, on or Irefmc Mondar. tbeJ9tb
dayiifAugiLst. A. D. l7l file with Ihe Hty Clerk
of aid Citr. their protest again.-t Mid imiroTC
uiellts, Ihe City Conni il will urder aid impmrc
mcitts to Ir- mide, r.nd ivMract Ihen-for, and lew
. tt ..,-.. f. it.- . ... - .i !.1.l 1...
ainl COIICXI ine Ivxes lor wir r-ine, asjii,iiuci o
the Cify Chatter and Unliujttts j-a.t
rpee I L'creor; ... ... ..... .,
A ttUc tfjiv i-tliei,rigitil rt-.iJutlci
WJI. V.. LBW'linOK. '
Notice to ProM?rty Owncrw.
Cirr CrKPK's Orni 1:,")
lavcii'.'OTth City, Kansas,
.Tulr 16, A. !. Is7i. I
V-oi;. And each or you, are hereby
1 tb!l'i(-l thai e, r. n-KTllr meeting, held by Ihe
Off Coiinc:l of "U titv. iiil liie 'Mlf day m Jnly,
A." D. IS70., Ihe fnllowmg ri-jtilutlyus scre
Resolved, Thai It is nsearv lo nm-tlmt a
plank sidewalk, ix fis-t wide, with pine platform
and white oak. tiingrrs, on the wet-snle of Main
rciti I'lfiititnflol-lOaiHl 11, h'ock I'.; al.M on
Ihe --t -Ide of Malu street Irlwn 11 0-ae and Pol-i.ial-niiie
;tr.'e1s. rirtiiilng In fmnl f lot:t, 4,
A Jtd r.. Mo, k II t'lty 1'irpcr. .....
And ".bit, and tell id nm, Jlv In u by fuitlicr
11 jti!-f' t f f ct Hilbji' it i.lao'rily 'l the owners of
Mich incintlT, tr-hilli" ll HiMlltyi (ivtpl rsm;
I limine an interest in Mith property by rcaMiii d
Tax Title-, an-t liable to 1-e taxeil Tor such worker
Improvement) h.ill, ou it l-cforc Jlt-nday, ibe.Mh
lar ofSepieiiiWr, A. D. 1K0. liie with thctity
Clerk id -aid Citr. their protest against ad im
proeilieilts, Ihe City Coiintil will itnlcr r-"ld Ira-luiptiitinir-tit
lo I litsdxi at!d isittfratt llstnror,
and levy ami itrtltl 1 1 ho tiMes ! Ill ed'tie, as oro
vidul by Hie Citr Chatter and OnliiUutc- ii.i In
pursiuiiiier CTtb,.iOXi c, Clprt.
THE KTATB OK.KANSAS, j M
, lxarrnwi.rth tmmfy.
In the Trolate C)iirt, in and for aid County.
In Ihe iuaitT "f Ihe Estate of Clara M. Reel, dc-
"VTOTICE is licrebr given that ld'rn of Admin
i islratioti Iiarr firrn gralltril to the undersigned
on the Estate ortla-a l. H-fJ, lRtr-'f -aid County,
deccase.1, l.V Ihe llotfiable, the; frnhalc Court of
the Mintr "and Pt.ifc aftircsald, dalrsl the 13th day
of Julv, A. U: l7f;, ;w, all jwr-ijoJ hjring
claims Sptitft llwii elait; iiie hiTeBy nOtlfilst
ti! win eta:c; sie ncrenj uvimv,,
ini-seiit the sanle W Ihe Undcrsbrncj
ihit ha- i.iii.t ,.r.swf.iil ihe itiiilM iii tee "nurrsurnc
5T pllOwahee within one rear from I he date ot said
tlii... .Kill 1m fi.rv.rer Irtrred.
RL BALDRIDfiE, Adui'r
of the Estate of Clara M. Reed, Dec'd.
Learenworth Citr, Jnly 21, 1370. J.r2t-
nOR HALE 3 YOKE OF GOOD WORK CAT
C TLE, yokes and chains; J Lor Wagons, 3 Prai
rie Plows, 12, 1 1 and 20 Inches-1 heary drub Plow;
alo a lot of walnut lumber and Cottonwood fencing.
JOHN S. DUNCAN.
Mranser, LcnTenwurthCo., Kansas.
PUBLISHER, MANUFACTURER, A WHOLE
MleOadrrin 8dhal H9lr; lA Stnttonerj-,
Onyot'a 4 HitckcU's xhool Mafs Uditil'f. O'eo
craihleai Globes, Schol and OtSve Furniture,
SUur, Tablet, Char j, Philo-ophical Aplratusof
WEalPPIKO TA2T&, BA08, &c.,
SO. 21 DEiaWARE iTRKET, " "
LeMTenwM-ta. iiiy. Ummmmm.
atTTbeonlr exciu-dre School FumUhins Hsue in
9ittie ( Pitapetly Owaien.
CrrrCLEBK'a Orncc 1
Learenworth Citr, Kansas. V
J une 30, A. V. !.)
TOV, AND EACn OF YOU, ARE HERBBY
that at a renlarMeetin?, held by
CUT Coaacil of iaid City, on the list day of A une,
A. D. 1870, the following resolution was adoa trrf :
Resolred, That It fa raecoswry to gradts F wnec
bTSMIb an ItTtaatk artfaat
And yon, and area of you. are hereby rfurlher
aotiSed, that mnleaa a mrrity of tbeovners of
vuch propertr. residing in the City, rxcepf persons
cMmta; an iatetwt te uch lorrry try .son 01
Tax title, and liable to be tarjed for mic 1 orkor
irrorernenll shall, on liWtel .i,
dar of AuKust, A. D. 1870. le with the C y Clerfc
of 'said Citr, tbrfr protest acaiart orii taprore
tcats the Qty Council wiU orteijaM.mtjreTe-,
ietstor.aade, and contact tiWrfor. and Jery
I the City Charter and Ordinance aati'il inpursu-
aneeinereoi. ... , .,
A true copy i.f ie cmMJ;
I SEAL J
WM. W. CEEIJII tTON.
--4.U J litis.
I,, THll 11 U IWifssirr to lay a plank ide-
i rcet SilK,..eitU while ij.tc hltiBgcru and
Ioii'.l; iM t3 iKli?.:rr fk f(i;ire,-s
wWO iro.s liirirwsSbtreef.s. netweeh ihu
Orenuiisocl ixs. 18433.
THIS OLD RELIABaLE.
NiibMlnntial nnd Efanami
cal Lire Insurance Com
pany ICetiirnetl lo Us
33 1-3 ler ul.
u v -1111:11:
1 s .
rCiiivas.rrs wanf'-l iiieketr born in thef-tate.
Tothtepaciiisiiniieil tu the b'ldncis, e.rti.i iudu'e
SAMUEL F. BURDETT,
102 Delaware St.,
3B.. v x m a m.
Martyrs. Will you be Healed?
KJJA1 A X l A.WKR.
Km FcnctrtiiiK l'ropcrllvK.
The bali jp opcratn-i ef ihU niiciiulled reg't
ableircMtatbiM!ivin;drteand thorough, because
it urtrales tu llic stir ny.'sol the Miies.ulirr,
eruptions, Ac. tn which it i.apidieil. ItistaVen
uphr ihedbsorliiil xrs-tl.on the i-urfjiv, as water
is ta"leli iip'ii b ansiiip", andciiinejcd to the
-outce-of intlaiiiiiiation and siipimnilioii, win re it
iieiitrall.-ci. Ibe iinlisiianl piimip'e th it produce
ihci's-tcrual jij mptonis.
OUl WumN. I.'lcrs ti lid KorcM.
In a-c vl uliirafi'ri, 'el-rn yll hope ot relief
fmm th' ordinary rriii"'it- has tt alianuomd,
thi bal-imie Ointmriit mil sj-slily chance Ihe
condition of the disf-1-ol t. -h, and restore ii lo
soundness. It d"-iiot imilj ;kin oi rthc-for
wound, leariiij the fiippre&etl rirus fiMcrim; be
neath, to burst ftrtli altera timeiu tholdliaivor
sni other with nn reared iimleiitv.
The Ointment liistud of thus ilicclii'i; intlaiii
malioll rflrK"'dte itand Msiti rejmlrs the rar-a-c
on the -nrfacc. To catry off the inaliiiaiit
lnimrs which are pre-ent in the sj.sterj lit ca-es of
chrome 11Ic1r.it , llollowaj's Pills should !
Iak!i occasionally as Ihe printed instruttiousili
reit. Htiil BrcilNira flnd Unit Ia-rs.
tti'.!t.iMtU Of ilollt.ssiipsw lltat lilflttMiii-ilioii
and ulceration ot til1 lilrr' Jiitttliatex them
frn nuriinj:. wlien in fact a few Hpl'lii-aHons of
HollnwHr's: Ointment would re-tore Ihe dillcate
and sc!iMt!vC ilsJiiej lo erf.l sviiiidn . The
eisjlint;, soothing, licaliilc al'.h-t of theOintment ha
been tested in ererr rariety of aueeteio'Cf this m
ture Willi inrariabfe success. It is well known that
of all ordinnrr sirs those upon the lower les, are
the most ditXitili I" ei're. ct nrtmins ulcers that
hare defied suruery for twelit j 'W f nn bj-jieniia-ncntly
aud safrly cured in three weeks by (hener
this lienetratinK talre. The same niay lie sud of
erery species of ttlandular swelling and dischanAns
sore, including those aridn; from a caue which is
not netwaiy to name. The liowels must to cpt
free by moderate doses of the pills while the l.ealinj:
operation Is In pmgTe-s.
Dits-casispM ef the 'bos.l .V-Throat.
Tlic eftcet ofthS ffiritWeitt In tmd coufihssnd
colds, uleeratisl sre llmwt. t:?litvi acrp., the
thest. and 11 bronchieal atfections, w mosltalra
onllnary. Its brisk application imuudiatily orer
the trt: or the rain or unealness cirt- almost Im
mediate rellei. It -o- .1 bN;J.',n 7isnr.U"?
i. i.i Hin. limes a .lay. ai.d lc; the Jillts should
I taken nuhl and morning to keep do n feTer.
ras-ins throuShthei.r;-s .the f'ntm-nt artia
cminler-Irritant. and .juickly relieres the difficulty
of breathing and Ihe IHungnf coti-trictioii almt
the chest and thncit.
PilcM and Fislnla.
witHtalppcralloiis lictrr do miy psl In heu.or
ruT"lUl c.mflaints, and the rWmt n.w s
somctiincs luscd arc always lUnseroiis. The oml
S art? auXce as a mild styntie and a 'ot.'J
...- it.- i-.... 1 iiieniliranes of the Isiwels
which, when saturate.1 with thcoassient by means
.Tfofireleate.irrictl.n, rocker. Its natural tone
and a radical cure is effected.
StlflT Joints una lropil
A lira: lli 11" .t-r - ---- .1 s
the Ointment ptrsluert hamner results than in
these. Its effect, in case or .tiff joint-, is marrtl
lous. Their flcsibluty aud eUtuity are completely
ie3ioicT iw tut.M.... .,,;,:: 1 : r.
s ,..! fltn an, n lv
Willi, il i.- rj. j .- ---.-"
ts.l!iMl.tv and vicnr. Ill
dropsical affections. It stimulate-, the ab-orlient. .tie
water U taken Up aild the swcllins siiliides. rrie
. , . 1 . . - c e.ltittlnr tlie
raipiiaiiitiiy aiiu !.".
tion Is alwars an important agent in facilitating the
operation of the Ointment and the pentl-, tat baric
attlnnofthe IIUs, by presenting fcrer, promotes
the healing process.
rAUTlOS-sIlie Jiorda. '.'Ualhwar Kew York
aud London." arc watermarkeoTon eath leaf .r tae
PMaphktenwraiipingthepotcr In., aii ''"
tasftWulent. .V handsome reward paidf" ;'
tuatlon ieadlng to the deteetin of counterfeiters of
the niWnew sellfrs of such counterfeits, know
lne them to be spurious- Sold at the manufactory,
yl M Maiden Lane, by dealers in medio ine
throughout the world. A creat sarin? by I'klng
theUrge sires. l'nll directions with erery pot or
E.T JOB rrUXTING WBjT OF THE
i 3J B33 .s. -.
-f U. s-tiSaQ
w'X aaBaaaA. V
THESE CELEB1UTED BITTERS ARE rURE
IA esctabIe, bein inii-iRed of
HOOTS, BURKS cV UERR1E!,.
Iher are the result oftlilrtr rears studraiul 1--pi-atol
crjierimcnls, an 1 cr now o!b-r tbiui in the
A turn aud sj-viiy rure fur Kercr ai.d giie.
Dumb Ague, Typhoid, Brain, Intcnuitunt oranr
kilidot Kerer, hm.ill-i.n:. Chronic and Bilious diC
enses, Jauudiee, Liver and Kidney cviuplaints,
Drlrrisia. Aei T!lernronti exrelliit Mi"l..
ener in all cases, ofCcneral IMnlity, for either Old,
Young, Male or Kcniale, Wr3knc of tl. stomach
aoIcmales will find tliein iiiralu tide i:i 1-3. i
Weakness. IrrKriilsrities. iSjiti in ihelfcrb. i:i.
ert lingunr, liiddinti-siii the Head and Nervous
Irritability. It cleanses and puriiv- tl.o 1!K1 an.1
..u ..... ,,,v .,i,,k iinr ii, me jsmciii. 11 act
stmnglr on the lan-r. aud n-Ourer. Um &u:iiat Ii to a
naturalsnd healthr aiticn; "and when the st,.
ach is all right," tl-owholoman must In-tk-ht.
Kor purifv in the bl.iwl they I1.1v n isual.
Kor constipation, generil ifeblliir and reguUliiig
thevtoiiuih and bovrcls theiv is rclliin like it.
The hundreds of thousands n ho !..;, it irvtntlr
n hand testify that it is th K-J family medici'ie
Nothing istuils JOHN i:WlT' nrTTKI.- for
onj:Iis, Colls, and every firm of pulmouarv iiis
ease. Nothing IiLe it Sr giving an ai;"tite.
Women weak and siil.lv- are nudo -.Huti,; and
They an- nt a whbtcj-rirlnt.-TDUt a'pnn ly mist
MANUKACTL'RED OS LV 11V
ROOTS & TTRER,
BUTFALO, NEW YORK.
6BEEDMCE8 ABE GOOD,
ROBACK'S ARE BETTER
S CURE? K
S DYSI'EPMA K
S SICK HEADACHE. II
k costive: i3a
Soli errrjnherr, and used by eitrjlo!j.
K , EnUPTIONJf..... .(
K REMOVES KILE. .O
C RESTORES SHATTERED R
t..... AND . -. K
f .BROKEN DOWN U
C-.CONSTITU rioNs.. r.
THE BLOOD PILLS
Are the most active and thorough l'i'"s "'at
bate erer been introduced. They act so di
rectly upon tho Liver, exciting lLal or;an 13
t cch an extent as that tho system docs not i
lapse into its fuimcr coudillou. nhith U tu-j
apt to bo Ihe ease with simply a putc-iti ve pill.
They are really a
Blood and Liver Pill,
And in conjunction with lh
Will care all the afoicmentlon'd diseases, and
Ihemsclrcs will rlie.tc and Hire
Ic. Cholera .Tloi-tins. Iftrllcr"-
(len Pain Initio Ilnnrln.
bhould be iutd by uutalc- eula to tiu''b-i
the prostration wbkh lwa.a f .'!. s anite
Try tbeso mcdicinia. and jou will u-iri 1--gttt
it. Ask your ocighle.u ho have u1
them, and they will say they aieMH'D MED
ICINr5,aCd you should liy tlirn 1-f-iep In
fur a Physician.
IT. S. Prop. 3Sttd. Co.,
Nos. o4 k 58 East Thinl slnrl.
101: d.M.i: i.v
IIH Il"M'VF.t HIS
BOOT & SHOE STORE
From -i lo IW MIAV.'SEE STREET, l-.fn
l f... .nllfiill !l!trl(la
jEuW a euTcUlty "f "' afe-rartfeularly
fiit-cla.-.. .i.wc.1 wotk Crs-ulIeiiRii. ';t"--
Missomri, Kansas Sc Texas
OK AND AtrTER M'NDAV JlI-1 1", l"
trains will run as follows:
T.i'i a. :.
Euiuthaml nnii. i.irin-i.ielw1.oc.., .-.s n - .-,-.
Kunt. OTirr) where 1-- will lr pfea- lo wail
on his old tu.tof.fcr- and the public p-nerally.
1 e..ti t:n.ri.,iti lai'.Un' an-l ;ent realy ma.l
I - '
I .1iM r.M.
. , J. Ttnrlinzton inn
- Hl bouinwesiern - Cen-i Maiaser.
.S.13"! . .- t r WHITE. SuitriatcadCBt.
S. 11 - ' '
WHEK.YOO BUY A
a Ji W
J S .1 XL A J
ir io L(,iiua(r m
CSV t !? la. o Best
Have been sold in the last two years,
and not one has failed to give
, TH1.Y RK
The Best Cooking Stove Made
.KI 1VHI KI.VLU KNUUX TIIKV
rorUiiiibniiity in Bahing,
For economy in the use of Fuel,
For Durability and Convenience,
AND II1HC PM1HCT AllAlT VTIO.N TO
Tin: WANTS OF WESTERN PEOPLE
kl.1l I OB I'klCi: LIST lo
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.
12 A- Ol I X. JI ain St.
SOUTHERN WHITE LEAD
WVsfC M1VVVT -a
AHD COLOR WORKS,
M.Lxri'AcrrKKi:.); of strictly
liirc White I.cail,
IC, 1 J.,al.
. Xiitt! I'aints. V.
-. ;n it 11 1 1
. f. MIlClll.LL, 1. II. .Mllllll.LI.
F. MITCHELL & BROS.
I 20 Years in St. Louis. I
Ii o I e snl e Oroccrs,
vnn issms mekcimxts
.M MALIHS IS
Ll'iuorc, l'rttlts, Flsb, Troducc. tic. fee.
y. JI. Cor. Second & Chestnut Sts.
ST. I.OIJIS. MO.
Cream Baking Powder!
TlIOMl'.SOX V STEELE,
J! :. ITATlT.FE-s-.
Sgk-XTM-X' U.OTTIJ3. 1VIO.
Fnr Sale by all Grocers.
j. o mir., hlnhv s.vmi. s. 11. roitu.
J. O. FOKI SL CO..
413 Main Street.
E. IMICTBIDCa: ao..
ICatlviay ;iud .llacliincry Oils.
Lar;. asul Xraislbot Oils.
Eilroad Car and Wapon Grease,
Coal Oil, &c. Also the
The Diamond Illuminator,
A innlntp irlin nl ot I7.-1- lull' KlriT"t;
l'i tamilio I'V opltrius alurnl. iluli
l)i:i"ti' tlirl. 111 pit tlili 'ti!mliil il Ht3Di-iit
prrill'i'i, iiiiiihw than tli-varat retail fiirs-nn-ni'iii
ciil ml in tliooinalrj-. Ti-n ipllon tans, S7T.
Ine callnii i-aus. I. W. ililrt-s-.
1:1.0. r.i'.Ti:iii'.i:.t. o ,
712 N. Jlain .St. Si. Inn-.
(Lstalil- l.isl 7 jcars in Si. Ixuis. Tlirmilr lila-
tjlniri;staMisliriiciit in tli- Wi-sl.J
HlMT.il rL'i:l.Cllt.tLt. klMisjop
Embossed & Stained Glass
For Ciiurchcs, Residences, Halls, &c.,
To. TO6 'Wii'sliiiiKtiiii Avfinii',
iVltricii ?';rcutli ami Hightli sti-t-J
ST. IiOTTIS XW3CO.
RtTOnlrrsfnuii all fait if lliei-ouutry pniiuiitly
atu-iiils to.5 r.i.rr2IIi.S
r. ir. r'ii.MM . - o'iiik.
lurmcrlr with 11. . II.hijstkk,
COLOGNE SPIF.ITS, ALCOHOL
Nentral Spirits, Gins, Brandies, Bonr-
bou and Bye
Il-twrfn sninil ami Thinl.
KFH.Nna', tiuwiK ."in."' -J nirmt siKiLis,
SI. Louix, Mo.
Tin. mir niwt.so '
t!im ll II"' ""'
,VXT .ifiiaiAlA-'T C.IM .S
Tb- lars- ami i.-icreuiif? .lruian 1 f.rlhtmiw
, JtSw SSff.uHt fa war, ami U.UT I--without
to -rhom only canjhey
LAZARUS & MOBBIB,
Hanoi c vpuci" .
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