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THURSDAY, .JULY 28, 1870.
The faneral of CoL But.1 luok place at the
Fort sn Sunday, under military regulation,
and was attended by a hup iuimW of peo
ple from the city-
Those four young gentlemen who went up
to the Fort on Sunday, and were obliged to
walklwck, reiwrt that it was the varniot
day of the seaton. No wonder.
A DEBATIM! club in YVorcotcr recently
dicued the important question: w heth
rra rtxKtcr'B knowledge of daybreak is the
result of observation or instinct,
Bismaeck was the friend of the United
States during the flavcholdcn.' rebellion;
Louis Xapoleon was in league with the
friend f the Southern Confederacy.
A new and commodious hotel lias been
erected in Owego, LaMtc county, by George
F. Dow. It will le oi:nc.l in a few day-,
and will le an attractive place f-r weary
Mrt.JoiIN C. SlinAa well known Chicago
printer, arrived in the city yoterday for the
purpo-J of taking the foremaixhip of Tun
A oestlemas in Indiana xiys, in a note
aeeominnying a letter forpiiblication in the
Louisville Oftrifr: "I -unitimo mk--:-jcll a
wonl, and it i poible I have -111 .-icafant
The yoijueil says a man imsk. through
Council Bluffs a day or two ago on his re
turn to Mk-ouri, after having tried to live
in Minnesota. "Don't like it up thar," -aid
lie. "Have nine months of winter, and the
rot of the time it'- d d late in the fall."
IL IL Smami Ui'. Yesterday while the
moniing train on the M. V. It. It. was run
ning at a pretty rapid rate around a curve,
a short dl-tance alwve Ea-t Leavenworth, a
cow, .-low and dull a-, cows will Fometimt
lie, appeared on the track. Whistle v.crc
blown, but tlie cow r-txnl quietly until struck
by the engine. Itoult, a mashed cow, two
broken luggage car-, a harp ware, and a
few hours detention to liie jui-s-engerr.
Things arc all right again, but as the can
run rather fa over tlierc just now, we would
not be MirpriM.-d to hear of another mi-hap
A LEAVENWoimi Ciiiil. Mirf Bell, a
younger eister of Mr. 'William ltu.-cll. ltoe
Kate Bell, of thL- city, is creating ctm-idcni-hlc
sensation among the musician-, of the
Kant by her proficiency upon the ioIin.
Mies Bell i.s about 1 i yeans of age, and began
acourscof instruction Kinie time agi, and wa
for a time the pupil of Prof. Weber, of Jsiv
cnwortli. She has been in the Ea-l for a
few months past, and we now hear that Mic
lino already appeared at f-cveml concerts in
Boon, and won the admiration of all who
have heard her play. She i-. mjoii to take
part in a grain! concert in Rhode Island, by
invitation from the management. We shall
watch our Eastern exchanges for news of our
talented Leavenworth girl, and chronicle
with great pleasure her further micccm.
THE FORT MURDER.
Arret orjlaloae tlie Ntippoiefl Mm.
llr it mortally Wounded,
full rnrlirularn or Ilis Capture.
Considerable excitement was created in the
city yesterday noon by a report that John
M. Malonc, the supposed murderer of Col.
Buel, liad lieen arrested near the Fort and
was badly wounded in lieing captured. A
hundred rumors were soon afloat and it re
quired diligent and persi-tent inquiry and
investigation to get at the facts, which we
have ascertained to lc as follows:
Yesterday morning Malonc made hi- ap
pearance at the house of Mr. Creamers, en
gineer of the arhenal, and told the lady
ofthchou-ethat he must have some money.
There were too ladies in the house, but no
men. Mr. Flora, of this city, and another
man were working in a new cistern near by
and one of the women thought at fnvt to give
the alarm to them, but the thought that an
attempt to capture the desperate man would
pcrhais cause a crioti affray, -lie decided
not to say anything alwut it at the tune.
Meantime Malone picked up a copy of
Tui: Timks and read it for a few moments,
and then, again demanded money, of which
he was finally given a dollar and a half, the
ladies lieing afraid of him. Then he went
away. ConiparL-on of time r-hows that he
went immediately to the river Kink, where
he hired an old man named William, to
pull him over in a .-kiff. Near the Mi-ouri
shore, his su-pidons apparently liecanie
aroued, at seeing jiartics moving down the
lank, and he told William- to conielr.uk, as
he liad forgotten xontething. The man
cjiuplied, and a- they again ncared the
Kansas shore, Malone told him to dropdown
stream a short di-tanec. They xm landed
and Malone a-cended the lank and disap
jtcared. Soon he came lock with a musket,
Kot into the skiff, ami was again pulled
acns. Meantime he had Ikvh ob-crcdliy
a man on the MU-ouri side, named Morgan,
who, with others about the Government saw
mill, has been looking out for him since the
murder. Morgan rejaired at once to the
mill, gave information of the approach of
the skiff, and returned with Mr. IScdmnnd,
who has charge of the mill, and Mr. Kichard
Morri-on to intercept the fugitive. William,
pulled the i-kiffup to (he ttem of a flat Wit
lying there, known as Roback.- it i
a whisky hop, much frequented by soldiers.
Morrison wa the firrt to -peak, and -aid to
Malone: "Hello, John, where have you
been?" Malone replied: " I've Kvn down
town." As Malone r.ii-el from his M-at in
the skiff he reached down and took hold of
-his gun. Redmond said: "Put down that
gun." Malone paid no attention to thi, but
eyeing the three carefully, continued to lift
the gun up, and was slowly getting into io-i-tion.
He was told that he wa- their prisoner,
and again warned to lay his weapon dow n.
Still he was moving into position, and
liad the gun nearly on a level, when a
pistol shot rang out on the s'.ir, ami
then another. Whether either of
thoe shots Ktruck him is not known,
bit they threw him out of fix ounfu-ed him
at least so that Morri-on sprang forward
towards him. Malonc clubbed his gun and
struck, when Morrison again fired. This
time Malone gave a nervous start and a Krt
of spring backward, and sat down again.
Morrison grappled with him, and, as the
man still resisted, he truck him with his
pistol, cutting one of his eyebrows, and
canning some blood to flow. The party then
took him out of the boat, carried
him up the bank and placed him in
shade of a tree to rest after his
straggle and wound, which was found to be
through the bowels. They brought ice and
revived him, and soon after took Jim in the
boat and came across to the Fort. While
under the tree on the other side, Redmond
asked him, "Did you kill Col. Bud?"
Malonc said, "I did not." After arriving
on the Kansas shore he was again ai-ked,
this time by an officer of the Fort, "Did you
killCoL Buel; if not, who did? Do you
know anything about it?" Malonc looked
up with a sort of distrustful look on Ids face
aad replied: "I don't know anvthing
' ahoat it"
He was then taken to the hospital, and
subsequently removed to the guard house.
Hh wound is undoubtedly a fatal one, and it
was thought hst nigrt that Tie 'tooM not live
Tfee above, are, c !elicve, the facts in tbo
JKfftw of his capture, as near as tliey ran In
ascertained without judicial investigation.
On Monday the Coroner's Jury in tl
Buel inquest concluded their' labor?, aad re
turned a verdict pointing to Malonc as the
guilty party. Among the, witnesses called
wan a man who goes under the name
of Ackley. He lias been a gambler,
and recently enlisted at the Fort. This
man refuse', to testify in the case, and pert-Lung
in hLs refusal, was placed in the
guard liousc. We now learn that since Ma-
lone's capture this witness oners to teH what
he knows if the authorities will exempt him
from punishment. Three or four other men
have alM liecn arrested as accomplice, and
our predictions that it would transpire that
more than one man was engaged in it eem
destined to 1 realized.
Coroner Van Duyn has used every effort
to investigate the affair, and we have no
douk the whole my.-tery will lc wived ere
We yesterday saw the bullet that killed
Col. Buck It is an ounce cone ball and lie
ong in a new tiatent breech-loading gun,
with which we arc not familiar enough to
call by name. We neglected to state above
that the gun found in Maloue's possession
carries one of there balls, and also that the
wcajMin le!ongs to Ackley or rather wan
the piece used by him before the murder.
The Inll referred to is in about the shape
which it would as.-ume on lieing ct utKin the
base and struck upon the apex a square,
downward blw with a hammer. The ball
was liattercd by striking the spinal column.
Malonc was visited by Kev. Robert Brown,
la.-t evening, who offered him spiritual coll
o'.ation, and -poke of his precarious -itua-
1 linn Tomtit Heart Xcar Firth Street
Sn Tine His Identity or Murderers.
At an early hour yesterday morning per-.-ojis
living in the vicinity discovered the
dead body of a man, lying in the weeds
on the ea-t .-ide of Fifth street, near the
north end of the bridge across Three Mile
creek. A wound in the -ide of the head
idiuwcd that he had come to his death by a
blow from a bludgeon or some other blunt
iibtruiueut, Coroner Van Duyn was at
oiiiv summoned, the ldy removed to an
empty building near by and a jury empan
nelJcdforaii inqiie?t. The evidence throws
no light mi the mystery, and was as follows:
.lames S. Jelly, leing duly sworn, says:
li-t night aliout ten o'clock I was going
o cr Fifth .-treet bridge. I heard a groan
ii.g, which arrested my attention, but thought
it was from hog- King in the lumber. The
noice proceeded from where the hotly wa
found this morning.
Jacob Myers and Anna Mvers testified:
Live on Choctaw street in middle of block
jfl, citv projer, letwecn Fourth and Fifth
MrcUiJ A little afttr 10 o'clock, on Monday
night, 1 heard a dog bark and tlie groaning
of a man. 1 tliotutni il wa-. my ooys in me
lu-cment of my hoti-c. Thought the dog
wa Inrking where 1 found a man about five
o'clock this moniing. I do not know the
L. 1. Stiles, M. D., being duly sworn
savs: I made a post mortem examination
of a deceased jicrson this morning name
unknown; probably been dead twelve to fif
teen hours. He had a wound on the top of
the head on the left .-ide of the soystal suture
and behind the coronal suture, causing lacer
ation of tho scalp and fracture of the parietal
Ixme. On discovering the fracture the skull
was laid open and I found extravasation of
blood in the middle lobe of the right hemis
phere of the brain; slight extravasation of
1 lood near tlie lxine under the wound. I
think the wound caused death. No other
revolt murks of violence were found on the
IhmIv. There were many old scars on the
Franklin Bell being duly sworn, says he
lives in Leavenworth. Have jusfseen the
lxxlv of a person lying in a building near
Fifth Street Bridge. I think hLs name is
David Harper. I saw him aliout three
weeks ago on fceneca street, near Irwin's
stable. 1 stopped and talked with him. Last
summer I liecanie acquainted with him at
Mr. Sowers' who is brother-in-law. I think
I know him from his sears, and his being
crippled in his left ankle. He had W. II.
W. on his left arm; saw them last fall; I
cannot read but can tell that much about let
ters; the letters were blue. This man cooked
for Giaconiiiii Ia-t summer; he was a drink
ing man; always drunk when not at work.
He cooked ntithe Merchants in March and
April last. Don't know where he lias been
since then. Was not quarrelsome so far ns
Anthony Giaconiiiii being duly swown,
siys that he just viewed the bod v of a deceas
ed person, near Fifth street bridge, and had
never seen him before. He did not cook for
Giaconiiiii last summer.
This closed the evidence, with nothing de
veloped to .-how cither where he came to his
death or any circumstances whatever con
nected with him.
The jury returned the following verdict:
Statk of Kaxsa", Lkavexworth
An inqiii-itiou holdcn in Leavenworth
citv, Icavcnworth county, on the 126th dav
July, A. D. 1870, before me, A. C. Van
Duyn, Coroner of said couniy, on the body
of an unknown erson then lving dead, by
the jurors who are hereunto subscribed. Tlie
said jurors, upon their oaths, do say tliat said
unknown person came to his death on the
evening of the 'J-Jth of July, A. D. 1870,
from a blow inflicted upon lus head with
some bludgeon or blunt in-trunient in the
hands of some person or persons unknown.
In testimony whereof, the said jurors have
hereunto set their hands the day and year
Gi:o. Dickinson, .1. L. Sxemekkr,
V. M. Kimrai.1., Gko. W. Viets,
Wm. J. Harris W. M. Miller.
The following is the description of the
man: 0 fe-t '2 inches hiah: muscular and
well developed; weighs about 190 pounds;
left ankle turned slightly inward; scar on
rij:ht breast, a little below the nipple, as if
from bullet hole; deep scar on forehead, ex
tending from centre to tln right side into the
hair; some scars on the left thigh, as if from
a knife; initials "Y. H. W." in blue India
ink on left arm; two shields on right arm in
same ink; hair dark, and cut very short;
sandy mon-tahe. Dress new white cotton
shirt, with linen Ikwuu ; blue-black sack coat;
linen pants, new; new calf skin gaiters;
-hurt cotton sock; bLick felt hat.
It was evident at a glance that the man
wa- not killed where he lay. Not the least
sign of a struggle was to be seen, and the
wound on the head would not have instantly
rendered so powerful a frame incapable of a
ir.gle struggleaftcr he fell. Rumors are float
ing about of erics of murder, or for help hav
ing K-cn heard in north part of the city, on
the night of the murder. It i J said that blood
was found on the sidewalk near the cathedral
yesterday morning. Among those who
heard cries was officer Lauber, who lives on
O-age between Third and Fourth. He got
up, put on his revolver, ami started out a
short di-tancc, all ready if anything unusual
sliuld occur. He says he lielieved at the
time that all was not right, still he heard no
further alarm, and did not investigate and
more at the time. Mr. Helmers, the well
known lwrbcr, says he shaved a man at six
o'clock yesterday moniing, who liad blood on
his sleeve and other parts of his clothing.
This did not create any suspicion until after
the finding of the body.
The body was enclosed in a plain coffin
and buried yesterday 'afternoon.
Since the above was in type wc learn that
a man lias come in from the country and
describes a person named William H. Wil
liams, which description tallies exactly with
that of the deceased. He says Williams had
been in this part of the country for some
months past, and came here from Nebraska.
Michael Deiansey was arrested last even
ing by the police, on suspicion of having
been implicated in the murder of Williams.
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EagUar.s Iadtgaatiea Orrr that Secret
THE r-KUKHIAXS CONCENTRATING.
liONOON, July 26 News from Berlin in
forms us that the I'russian are coaoentratinc
a wwerful force at Maycnoe. The Prussian '
are using ballotns for observation. The
recommendation comes from some American
official in the Pruwdan camp.
Pai, Jb 26 The Journal Ofieialc this
morning says'that Marshal Lc Beuf late last
night telegraphed to the Emperor that Gen.
Bernis had repelled a reconaoimaMce of the
enemy uear the town of Mederhroun, twenty
six miles northeast of Strasbourg. One offi
cer, a Bavarian, was killed, and two made
prisoners. The Figaro, ia its account of the
aftair, insists that tlie officer who was killed
wa an Englishman.
SICKNESS OF NAPOLEON.
The Daily Am' special correspondent at
Paris states that Napoleon is raftering from
an attack of dysentery.
ALLIANCE OF SPAIN AND ITALY.
Tlie rumored evacuation of Rome is here
considered equal to an alliance on the jmrt
of Italy. Some reasons exist for the belief
that Spain is allied on the same side. Neith
er Spain or Italy are credited with strength
enough to weigh materially in the strength
of the contending parties.
London, July 26 Several French
cniiers were reported off Wick, Scotland,
REPORTED PROPOSED TREATY.
London, July 26 The Time publishes
the project of a treaty submitted to the Prus
sian Government by the French and guar
antees the authenticity. The preamble sets
forth, that the King of Prussia and Emperor
of the French in order to strengthen the tits
of friendship between the two governments,
have hereby concluded the subjoined treaty.
In the first article Najioleon admits and no
cognizes the Lite acquisition of Prussia,
from Austria, and in the second, the Prussian
King engages to facilitate the French acquisi
tion of Luxemburg; in tlie third the Emperor
acquiesces in the fate of the South German
States; Austria is excepted in the fourth, the
French finding that it is necessary to absorb
Belgium, and Prussia lends her assistance to
that measure: the fifth article is the usual
one of an offensive and defensive alliance be
tween the two nations. To th arrangement
the reply of Prussia was short and decisive.
She jiositiycly refused to consider any such
proposition coiuinir from France. This dec
laration of Prussia not to listen to any over
tures from France is the real cause of the
A special correspondent of the N. Y.
Tribune writes from Metz on the 20th, de
scribing the movements of the troops. That
dav there were 10,000 soldiers at Forbach,
7,000 at St. Avoid and' 7,000 at Borguniiner.
There is a large cavalry camp at Thion
ville, which protects the left of the French
army; this force will be increased to 40,000.
The third division marched out on Mon
day morninsr. 22d inst. and by this time is
at Balone, on the road to SaarlouLs, The
Imperial guard is reported on its way to
Metz, but their probable destination n Nancy.
The authorities prohibit the sale of military
maps to civilians, officers only oanlsiy them.
No goods are permitted to leave by rail, ex
cept by the quarter masters orders. The
factories are unable to obtain coal and will
be obliged to close. Marshal Baxainc is
sendinc everywhere for mam of Bavaria.
The militiry chest arrived this morning; all
the money is in sold, which shows that tbe
French intend to quit the territory and carry
on the campaign where rreneli notes would
not lie taken.
O UN BOATS ON THE RHINE.
Great importance is attached here to the
gunboats, which will be used as in the Amer
ican war. and act on the Rhine, the Moselle,
and possibly on the Saar, should the Prus
sians defend that stream. Each gunboat
carries one heavy gun, and is manned by
twelve men, and all are commanded by
Lieut, de aissearc. It is believed that the
Prussians have no gunboats.
Everything is quiet at Luxemburg. Com
munication with Germany is easy.
UNITY OF GERMANYl
Berlin, July 2o The official journal
published a manifesto of King William
thanking the people for the evidences of
unity and independence received from all
parts of Germany, and even from America.
The King pledges himself to act in accord
ance with the expressed wishes of the people
tor the beneht of the entire fatherland, and
for the elevation of the Princes ami the peo
ple, thus conciliating all opposition. He
concludes by saying that the right and unity
ot ucrmany need no new assurances, and
that they will lead to a durable peace, and
complete Oerman unity and independence.
Austria has Issued a proclamation of neu
trality similar to that Issued by Russia.
THE SECRET TREATY.
Ijoxnox. Jtdv tX Xearlr all thi Jour
nals of London have editorial remarks, this
morning, on the secret treatv, all similar in
tone. " France must explain this offensive
treaty," are the words of the Timet and the
burden of the London prem. The Timet in
particular is seeking to make the treaty a
pretext lor the intervention of luigland in
favor of rnissia.
THE ATTITUDE OF IRELAND
Is also commented upon. After giving tlie
details of many meetings recently held in
Ireland, and their strong resolutions of sym
pathy for France which have been adopted,
the Times asserts that the sympathy is alto
gether due to Catholicism and hatred of Ger
A CRISfi PUBLIC OPINION.
New York, July 26 The Tribune has
the following important special from London
Englih feeling has been profoundly moved
by tlie treaty between prance and .Prussia.
The crave urgency with which D'Ismeli, in
the House this afternoon, questioned the
government, justly receded tbe general
emotion. The conversation among the
members turned on no other topic. Mr
Gladstone's reply, while declining absolutely
to commit the government to any opinion or
declaration whatever, betrayed in a manner
more than in words an nnmutakable appre-
1 hension that the document might prove au
thentic. Jin answer was given wiia a ie
face and hesitating lips, when ne sat down Uie
house felt tliat England's relation with the
continental trouble had grown saddealy
close if not alarming. To the mention of Bel
gium the House responded with an unwont
ed thrill of sympathy and a dear recogni
tion of fcrnriand s obligations to m
lest Iter. It is understood that
immediate communications were made by
the Government to its agents at Berlin and
Paris, and that the French Government will
have an instant opportunity to admit or deny
its responsibility for tbe alleged treaty. It
is believed here, that if geaane, it was pro
posed by the French, while its rejection is
due to Prussia. The copy of the 2?sk is
thought to have been supplied from Berlin.
It is certain that tbe Timet would not have
published it unless on evidence deemed con
clusive. It was said privately this afternoon
in the House, that the copy was originally
oflered to Earl Granville, bat that he refused
it, the English Government preferring ha
specie patxest to be scspended
Paris, July 26 The bank of Fraace
probably will soon suspend specie payment,
it already declines' to pay out gold and re
deems only ia silver.
Paris July 26 An eloquent eulogy on
the late Prevort ParadoL appears in the
Steele to-day, signed by Taztel deLord.
FRENCH WAR VESSELS.
Dover, Eag., July 26 Nine French
fi ill ill ii imiiii ill lliii iiiiiia iiaai, i as) a ml date
yesterday a Ret noon. Great -crowds of spec
tators assembled on the Has to wttnesatae
Paris, July 26 French gunboats to
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CorDfaAsEx, JhIt The aOtitmm
f Deaaack has mm n m iirjamalina of.
neutrality ia the war hilwua PtaJittB8
Fraace. SaDon aad taawk, whctdreiAb
jeettof DmoaA, afe.wmel agHSSHea
deriagawaaUaoe to thte WVtrtatn.
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LfJMKDf, ah; 36 A brief Jaajntli, M
receive wa rap da tftule, rapactaaa nr
mrrectioa ia the PriadUty efAVa-nmb
tag ia the auaaMreaf i,460pUnMw FHrthar
dctaiU of the affair haVe been aaked for.
Ava is ia Mar the British Foswwinm in
the Eaat Indiw. -,
TOE WAR IS C.1BA.
Havana, July Sfr Duruijr recent engage
ments hetauMi SLaniah Irtona and Tnsnrsenta
in the jurisdiction of Hohjiiin and Puerto
rancipc over -w ot ine jauer were uuru.
The EareffCB Sitvathm.
UeB. ShwM afteWcn HI IawtrwetiM
Mere NatloMl Baahs Waited.
Washington, July 26 Baron Geralt
received the following despatch from his
Public opinion in Lngland is favorable to
North Germany The Government is not
favorable. She acts with the neutrality law
against North Germany as she did against
America with the Aianama. the uaron
also received a letter from Secretary Fish ex
pressive of the pleasure of the Uuited States
Government at the adherence of the German
Government to the principle of exemption of
private propeny bio seixnre on ine mgn sua.
Washington July 26 Gen. Sheridan
has received his instructions relating
to his European trip, and will sail in
the steamer leaviig New York Wednesday.
He will not be suVject to tlie Board of Mili
tary officers now in Europe, and will act in
dependent. He .carries with him letters
from the President, Secretary of War and
General ShermaB addressed to prominent
persons in Lurooe.
Anurabcr of seinires reported to the Com
mittee on Internal Revenue to-day. They
amount in value tp $16,972, the most ex
tensive being a rectifying place in tlie
Eighth Tennessee District, valued at 15,690.
Applications continue to come from the
South aad West for authority to establish
National Banks. A large number of appli
cations came from the West. Probably four
or five hundred banks will, before long, go
into operation, ilhe Comptroller of the
Currency will not draw on tlie East for the
25,000,000, provided by law for the South
and West until ail lias been taken.
Washington, July 26 Word cornea here
that claim agents in various parts of the
country are tryinj to get business out of sol
diers and others entitled to artificial anus
and legs under recent acts nf Congress.
There is not the least need of employing a
single one of the agents. Soldiers can ap
ply direct to the Surgeon Geoneral by letter,
and he will furniih all recessary blanks im
mediately, which each man can fill up for
himself, "and thai avoid the expense of an
attorney. Transportation to and from the
place where limb are to be' fitted is also fur
nished on request being made to the Surgeon
The Germain here had a very enthusiastic
meeting last night
The Prussian Minister is receiving a good
many inquiries as to the terms on which
volunteers will be received in tbe army in
his country, hut h not yet able to give any
There is a geneal belief here that France
will be compelled' to withdraw her troops
from Borne, and fcat the sympathy of Itly
will ultimately be with Prussia in the pend
Fiaet t-Jiw tlrsp Caaiaitjr Wm
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, Thursday, July 21.
Board of italixatioa met, punuant to
The application of S. J. Darrah, sup
ported by affidavit, anking that personal
awewunent beatneken from the roll, was, on
motion; laid on fie table.
The following' resolution was oflered and
fexotrrf, Tliat such percentage be added
to the valuation of the towashipx of Dela
ware, Kicknpoo and High Prairie as will
make their aggrciate value equal to the val
uation of the year 1869; and that such per
centage he added to the townships of Alex
andria, Easton, Fairniount, Stranger, Ton
ganoxie, Keno aid Sherman so a to increase
their aggregate raluc to the amount of $1
per acre over th aggregate value of 1869.
On motion the Board of Equalization re
solved itself into a
HOARD Or C0CNTY COMMI-WIONERS.
Mr. T. P. Fenlon submitted a proposition
from the Kansas Pacific Railway Company,
in the matter of delinquent taxes of 18689,
which was, on motion, referred to the Coun
" On motion the Board resumed its session
BOARD OF KQALIZATION.
On motion the valuation of the southeast
quarter of section 8, township 9, range 22,
160 acres, 'owned bv William Zule, was fix
ed at $1,800.
On motioa the valuation of the southwot
quarter of section 8, township 9, range 22,
160 acres, was fixed at 31,800.
On motion the valution of Mr. A. Iligin
bothani's house waa fixed at $6,000.
Tbe application of A. Garrett for reduc
tion of the valuation of his residence was on
motion granted, and tbe same reduced from
$12,000 to $10,000.
On motion the valuation of Mr. H. W.
Gillett's residence was raised from $13,000
On motion 14 lots, from 13 to 36 inclusive
in block 95, Russell's square, were raised
from $100 to $300 per lot.
On motion the Board adojitcd the report
of the Committe on Equalization.
On motion the Board resolved itself into a
BOARD OF OOCXTY COMM MSIOXER.
In the mriter of certain taxes, on applica
tion of W. 8. Vandoren the County Attorney
submitted an opinion favorably thereto, and
the same wa adopted.
On motion the Board resolved itself into a
BOARD OF EQUALIZATIIOW.
On motion to raise valuation of lands in
Fairmotmt to $12 per acre, was lost, also one
to raise the price of land in Reno to $10.
On motion the Board adjourned.
TiwaMe la WjraMtfette Cfeaafjr.
Wc learn that our neighbors in Wyan
dotte county find tlientselves in an unfor
tunate imbroglio as to tbe ofBce of County
Clerk. The law provides that the Clerk
when elected, shall have his bond approved
by and filed with the County Treasurer. It
seems that Mr. Kelly, who was last elected,
failed to do this, but filed it with the Board
of County ComiBMtoaer. A few daya ago
the Board removed Mr. Kelly from ofice of
account of this informality. Learning that
he was about to be removed, Mr. Kelly
went to the Treasurer and requested that he
approve hia bond, dating such approval back
to the desired tnie, which request was re
fused. After removing him the Board ap
pointed Allison Crockett to fill the vacancy.
Mr. Kelly locked up tbe books, scrip, dc.,
refiaang to give poaseasioa natil ordered to
do so by the Court, before which the ques
tion haabeen taken, and the dVehaoa has
doubtless been rendered by Judge Steven
before this. Tbe friend of Jesse Kepliager,
bt year's Clerk, come in with a churn that
neither Kelly nor Crockett are eatkled to the
office, but that he should hold over. Mr.
Crockett, appointee, has opened a new act of
DOOKS, ana w ombb; wm
Chicago, Soctbwxbtxkx Pacuic B.
B. A charter foe the above Bond was filed
yetenkym the Secretary of State' caVse.
foUowiagu the Board of Directors: D. H.
Whvion, of Chicago, Praideat of thaC &
S. W. Railroad; 6. C CaaipbelL of Chica
go, Atteea-sfoftha Chkaao aad Rode Ia
1 nul Waibnad J. F. Tracy, Pnaiilttoftha
Rock Iahvai at X. W. Railroad; A. M.
Haiihaeton. Chicago, Attoraey of the C A
N. wTRaihioad: Mdvia Cbartwrkht, Erie,
Peaa., Duector in C 8. W. awl a A R.
L Railroad; W. L. Scott, Erie, Director hi
the auae roads; Henry Edgerton aad W.
P. Borland, of Leavenworth; T. If. Walker
aad Henry Eag, of Topeka, and . O.
Savle, X. P. Ogdaa aad J. 5. Bsrae, of
Weston, Mo. Toptic BeeonL
. afrirjfc atlaVK.
JL. LJm?Arzl i
TO luDet Is cXcaMTeTr dm OWtBg to tBe
"heat. Forrign tmaken are l dbpoeed to sell
GorcrBBCftA taaB Bwmviatv,
SlsaejaburfaataaS mey tMftt tttttttt 96
Wiili tuil lg a rtacta Oh cU.
QaM Ml ftefcteUe okrt, f.rie e5JJJt
AtttBotoapfc4rrif9 Vn tlli, & "
M4VtBc4toai, followed br a gtaaal Bdl
to3t. Ceaaaioroftfceu.iiuric. oftfceBaak
VtTnhxm it was saeeMded braKraloal rim to
ny&ny,m doar. The probaUe adTtacet
rate dbcooat is Earape tniaf Ihr Cae,
8MHSAaM(dtMiae0.da;s SJiaj good
Mth9KM; &iike Mglt ttHsWl
CIMe taaTUftcn !! J MJ.
nofvruAeHh Weak and lower.
ism luli ISM 109
lr? 1A7KIINW .. ..
Slate bosrisdall. Mo' ft, 8M-
n.tMrm tiirk ' JfKrr.
St. Ions, Jnlj- 25.
CATTLE There lias. Wn a verr steady ana
i,Ut k4lM trS In nHlr ilnrimr the tost weak.
and Irmasaelloiw bare born oraparmttTtly of a blr
TheVoTemcnt In th better utalftl of shlpfJaa
Iwtm. hnvrrrr. has brea ctMuwicraMr iwUKlei
nwingto I11UIIM ttlipiiF ami oaviug. tuprw
mfdlnm drlptlon har Ixyrt in very tlheTil
uptlr. ltb a Mleiabl ixt uesunil, attil tnere
has keen a very ir "igvewest aH.ll' week, with
but Utile, If any Ttnatiou Tn current prici'.
I nfrrlor ar.d eonWm rattle or all fats hate aba
been in Urge Hlpplr. Native and likewise Texas
ami Cherokee Muck shewed apireutlr a iiiarked
Improvement. In the Kvneral condition and Oality
of both Texas abd Cherokee tattle dealers have
operated more freely, especially in the lirtter
Tbe total receipts for the week ere 6,aw; hip-
Wealve the f.lloing sowing near thf1 fine? of
prices paid for the different erode? p t the rttSe'of
the week; Kxtra to choir shipping nominally f I M
nl;.'4:nnt cU. bnteberV stock $-5 BO to 46 SO;
second claw do $ I M to $5 00 ; third cUm do S3 SO to
k M. ..1...! fJlu h.1 .IjmVh-. !.
tsoototsa; medium to lilr?3.V)toSliO;inirrior
and common $2 73 to W 00.
nOti.S The week ha roiurueneed with an active
demand, which has continued without any abate
ment m to the end f the week. Willi rather
limltnl and in-nficlcnt nttlle. the market
has been qnlte active, with obvi(tlr a small
advance in price for tbe nl rMrablc grade.
ThelatcncMaf thewacon. ogrlher with the ex
Irene warm wettner, will Interfere with the move
ment in nwrte fur a considerable time to route.
The aggregate, arrival for tbe last week have
been I, lid head; shipment none, with sales of
lto. The ruling price for the week and at the
chaw hare been nearlra toltows: Extra to choice,
f00ton2i;coodtopruac, &23IO&&I; tairtu
medium $" 75 to ia 00 per 130 D grWv
SHEEP Trade in this department has been
rather dull and without more than ordinary inter
est. Holes of moderate amounts of i;nod tu prime
fat sheep and lambs have tvn effected to supply
tbe dally requirements of the local and city markets
and aside from this there has been little demand
for thb class of stock. However we have noticed
but little chaiigu in current prices fur dniraldc
A nc icHjitcsa Brut, is io iiir r viiufi.m.s.- ..jw,
shipnicats, none are reported; with reported sales of
The range of priccslurllle week and at the close
have ln nearly ns follows:
Extra fat mutton qualities, from H W to ! UO V
head ; good to prime do $3 UU(ij3 50 ; medium to fair
t?2 0012 5l; inferior to common sheep SI S0o?t7-'!;
extralo tholce Uuibs, ?3j3o0; Kat to prime
S2 00(2 SO; inferior to com mou SI Wil 50. Xf.
NT. IITIK 3IABKET.
t.Il-ls, July 2lt.
TOBACCO Lou- gnJr drooing, other Ualitif3
HEMP Firm and unchanged, rope and lu'ng
FIALK L'diIijukvI withcuod tinuaud for low
craalvs which vru ..carve, Cul siilrt Wft0U;X
5 WS 15, XXS550(d3 73.
WHEAT Active lor letter grade and prices
firm. No 2 red bit I 171 21 ; No Id.. 31 2U(1 ;l;
choice to fancy SI 2j(V"1 45.
VUKN isbiw ami easier, mixed SOffW; while
,TS Dull and Io cr, 4 1 c f r nc-; 17'alic
KYK Dull 75ti.NV.
WHISK KY SI 00,
4 ; ROCKItl F.S UncluUKtsl.
PROVISIONS uiet and iiuchaug si.
lt)KK ReUilinKat S.1I .V.
BACOS Shoulders 14JJ.-; Uear rib Ifv; tlcar
L.RD Firm 16c for round lots.
CATTLE Firm ot 82 7J5 o 00 inferior to medium
SG 00ft7 50 prime to choice.
HOf.S Nominal at SS oo9 50.
Chicago. July 26.
FI)UK Dull and unchanged.
WHEAT lc lower, closing at f 1 0T. for rrular
COFN Dull at IcIower. rhrdncat Sic for No 2.
OATS Dull and 3c lower, ciosiuK at 45c for No 2.
KYE Quiet and 2c lower, sah-s No 2, NV.
"PROVISIONS slniel aud jteadv.
HtMiS Inactive 1020c lower, SS 75QR 0 Ciir to
CATTIJv-Diill at iZWQr, 30 Texan to piod
SEW YMK .TiARKET.
Nkw Y'ork. Jnlr 2fi.
FLOUR Quiet and 10c lower, 05imi fr
suirwestern;f0lSiG9Ocxtra wotern; t-.y-7
00 rood to extra St. LouLs.
WHISKEY- Lower at St 02QI 02Ji.
WHEAT Heavy and lower, SI Meal M for No 2
Milwaukee; l 5eI 51 f.r ChleaRo; 1 42(1 41 r
No 2 Milwaukee. .
RYE More arllve.
CORN Oneneil a little firmer and closed quiet
and steady at S5e(SSIOo;4 for new red western;
II 02 old do; 91 06M 14 wnite western.
OATS 23c lower, 50(35fiJc western,
A Wobo ok Advice. Mother know the iiur
lance attached to the care of teethinR ehlMreii.
ItcadtheadTertiement of Mr hltenmlr yrup
in another column.
Ax IssTmmox. A Charter Oak Cooking More
I alMolutelr necrssarr fcr lift and lils-rty to all
women, f r it lighten their lalmr, pre-rve th-ir
health, heer aiKl soothes their teiuiier. eniiiomibi
their time and .strength, and extends tneir leisurr
MMhaai Belay ss; Tbey Bree.1 lsIeasM.,
No truer saving than the above w exer ulteml.
Roback's Bitter, Pills and Bloisl Purifier h.- lsn
trfiire the nublie nearlr a ouarter of a century, and
in no case have tber failed to remove the disease
when taken in time, "Delays are dangerous.
Apply to your nearest drug 'tore; they alwiyshave
Hreat the Family Baard with Laxa
rleis. We might cite the authorities by th" dozen, to
show that Irish Moss or Carrageen (from which the
eel. orated Sea Mosx Farine is made) lotions been
ronaldeml a valuable siecies of nourishment for the
sick light, digestible, autl-febrile, redorativeand
and fattening. Thi is what eminent men have
said of Irish Muss a it mu only half purified, ami
comparatively unconccntrated. The new article
fSr Mam Vjrinel wlilih. bv the mack' of science.
has suddenly sprung, pure and iierfnted, from an
old matrix, like Minerva from the bed of Jove
fl a fir wiilpr ranm-. To lis.-it is to reduce the
expense of living, to spread Ihi- family Isianl with
luxuries costing h-w than common Cite, and largely
to Increase that variety iu fiiod which is said to lie
essential to health. It is quickly prepared (ten
minute sufficing to produce a custard or pudding),
and we think no one who ha become acquaint.!
with it properties: will l llaely to ever aiumion ii
as an article of diet. coaaw
CHEAP L.CI DS FOR SALK.
X.A9T INI ! ! Ar ! !
KANSAS IAX1 FOR SALE.
milIK LANDS WERi: .sKUTED IN l&V.
X and are among the best In the Mate. Tber lie
in twenty different countio, seventeen of which
Mol of Ibem are near T WNS, or within Settle
ment. Considering theiuality and location, ihvy
Caepeit loads for Sale in the State.
Puce From Plw to ' Dollar per acre.
For particulars, address T. il. W.VLKLR,
Be- oa Tear Otutrd.
The unexampled success which for twenty years
has accompanied the use of Hodetter's stomach
Bitten provokes the- envy of ignorant nostrum
mongers in all parts of the country, and the coun
terfeiting business having been measurably played
out in consequence of the numerous suits instituted
against tbe nflenden, a new system of tactic has
born adopted. In the South and V.est especially,
a legion of Bittes,,, prepaid from worthless
materials aad bearing a variety of name, have been
got up by irrespoasiUe adventurers with the hope
of substituting them to some extent for the Stan
dard Tonic of the Age. In some rases country
di Tlits are the coacocters aad proprietors of these
unsrtenUic and trashy evmpeunds, which are
warmly recommended by the vender, who et
dearor to palm them off upon the rrednlmts in lieu
of tbe great speriae which baa never yet had a suc
cessful competitor tsjaer among proprietory pre
parations or the medicine prescribed In private
practice. Thi notice is intended to put the public
on their guard Mirart tiersoasions; of mrtiV-i en
gaged in the attempt to substitute mere rubbish tor
th- most efficient stomachic and alterative at es
ent known. At this sewl of the year when de
billtr and cnsuplaints arising from a lack of vital
escrgy so generally prevail, it i of the greatest eon
sequence that so tricks should l played with de
pressxd and enirebled rystems. Ask, tWrefore, fur
Hnstetter's Stomach Bitters, tbe great vegetable in
vigorant and altentiTe, and reject, with deserved
cMstesapt, the worse than useless nuslleys oaered ia
it place. It is as important to the public as to the
proprietors of the famous restorative, that this ad
vice sbouhl be heeded. tii-tb-salAw
a Batr Dr.
This 6ttrasTisl Hair Dye U the best in the world.
Harmless, reliable, instantaoeosu, does not coo
tala lead, aer aay ritmlie poisoa to produce paraly
sis or death. Avoid the vaaated aad delasire
prtaaratliai ,h stiag virtaea they do not possess.
TbcaraaiaeW. AlsatchsJor-a Hair Dye has had
rity aa the ealy Perfect Hair Dye Bmck or Brown.
Sold by all DrasauO- Apaliedat ICBoad street.
New York. .
r r i..nnlnM BUrk Warms or ruti. Pim
ply CiupUons aad blotched disfigurations on the
kce. tVrerry'sCotnedooe and Pimple Remedy.
Sold by aU druggist.
mo REMOVE MOTH PATCHES, FRECKLES
X aad Tan from tbe face use PntKT's Morn ajjp
FascxLT Lono!. The oaly reliable and ham
Issa remedy. Prepared by Dr. B. f. IVrry, 49
Boad street X. Y". Sold by all DrusWs.
I aaEATaavwim I a, joiy iw, w. e ua am
Saaar Piija n i "i
aMaa atk ah
CwBI CQwBlIT X "-"''r
...-'.e ' KCk3jttOI
Atspscc . '
12 onaia aa
. 9 0aM3$
JtoVerd, No. I V X bbl..
So. 1 kits...
1 39MZ BO
9 00(910 00
i oTMt? 00
Herring, smoked .
Can Fruits V caew.... :...:
A ratnna ...
2 7.VK3 m
Bronras V doc-
Wooden Ware, Ko. Hubs de....
No. 2 !ih V do2....
" No. 3 liibi V do
Three hoop nails..... ...
Two hoop pall.....-....... -...
Tobaeeo No. 1 "
" No. 3 V tb.....
Natural Leaf No. 1
Kllllklaiek V hale..r..
1 ooat 10
uaowji SHKrriNO add shitimi.
Indian Head fheeUmr -----
Amoskeae . ..
tSranitetille .... . .- .
Am warn .-.
Agusta .-.-. .
Union A- -.
Indian Orchard nacL.r. .. --..
ludian ' ' C
2S In. Portsmoillh P. .V -U
27 in. Chase--..-. ..-.:
BLKjirjrm:.nKy.iiMi 4 sniaro.
36 ill Fruit of the loom .
3d in Swial I.
30 in Lonsdale ..... .
ac in Hill
:M iu Kotkland
X in Lowell .
at in Iticisset F
2S in gtivasant . .
:ifi in (Jreat Falb tj
:k in Hanfonl
Boston . -
Otra A X A
Aiixkra L C A ..
Audnmuggin Sattecn .
pragne s .
iarner A Co..... .-..". .
Clark's ON T
BAY AMD SEKBi.
Prairie Hay, loose Y Ion..
S S OOAIO 00
.. 15 OOAjia 09
.. 12 OOMlS 00
baleil V ton....
It lax seni....
Clover el... .....
Hemp seed.. -
Red top seed
.. 2 00&2 50
drugs asn on..
: 75A3 CO
Linseed Oil "Raw"
Unseed OU 'Boiled' ....
Unwashed fine heavy .
Washed tub common
" extra... ..
;!! ......... -..
i recti Saltl
rLOl'R, MKst AD BKAN.
Clmice brands ...
2 .'10412 75
:l 23M3 30
Reef Tongues ..
Batter.........-.. . .... .
Kgg... .............................. -..
Dried Peaches. ..............
Ajiplcs . .. ..
lara. . . . -
Salt -f! bbl
Srrup... ..-....... ...........
Chicken f doz .....
I X L White Winter flour in !ork
Bi-t Citv or Missouri brands ...
' " XXX
ii XX ....-
liraham Flour, i acks .....
3 . Oat .Meal -.
HrO.' AND LARR.
Clenr Sides, Mwk bouse
MMtnldcr... ........... ..- .-
fl OOeif 25
3 00M3 00
2 30c2 73
Mams, sugar-curtl .. .... .,...
0.ir 1.2J4. IJJ.2 inch dre.'d one kle
2d do do di do do
do do do do do do ......
Clear siding . do do
2d do do
3d ... . do do
Flooring do do
1st .......-.. do do ..
J.I . .. do .lo
3d do do ......
1 Inch siding uo do .
i inrh fVilimr. clean clear.
3 a a iBa lath
AStick B.rd, iTin'ch "
ft " 12 inch
I .' 00
Joists and Scantling, ISfrsrt aud under 31 30
Shingles, A or Star sawed 6 59
o. 1 sawa -. w
Lath, 1st quality 5 50
do 2nd . . .
Dwir, 2-6xB--. - 33
FICND. .STRAYED. PERSONS HATING
lost Horse. Cattle or Stock of any Mad. may
aad the awe by forwarding a minute description of
stork, with adlresa of owner, to me at Farmingua,
Atchison Coun'y, Kaasa.
aar Terms tcasnaaMe.
jywll6 THOMAS LEE80N.
R REIsT A FINE LABOE DWELUXr,
Heue aad tisrden, south side s City UsaW,
73 acres of SDlendH Btoe Oram Pastes, an
and other convenience. EaesdRatthla eaVeor
ontbeinmlii D. II. MTTCHELL.
mHE TAX W.VRRANTS ISSUED BY" THE
1 City Clerk to Patrick MrUonsxie tor coa.tmct-
pe lor eoastnict
Otaae street be-
Ing a sMewaia ea tfee Berth side of Os
twsen Sixth aad Seventh streets:
Those issued to tbe same party fbrm lisxliag a
sidewaBx oa the aarth aide of Osage street betweea
Main aad Second streets;
Ahn those issued to Patrick McCristal tar gradlac
Dacotah street from Fifth street to Bnaadwav.
are now la my hands tir entteetbm. I'ssaally ac
crues August Utb, 1870.
Br P. H. Maddest, Deputy
w k -
i .irnT-.-.- Wff
itilY if 1 ifid
Kflwaatf tnL0Bi.!s Faaocs sionick
certaialr cure imprpva, ivrr vswfsain, ww
aMtiMuaUltaaaaa, UUcaiHtat Venr,
atagtte,a4aMttiaVl il It raarvai
Colic aad Flax. Cwres larttterwai. prrna aa ra
Ticoraat of a aulA ad oiihtfil ebancW Kir deli
cate females; acts as aa alterative and tealc far fcaa
lly perpo iKUpymtea tae-wle4 asl iiu
tahdhamw, rerllrfcirp.!lli ttd.lHfroTei
Irie WiWri trees'; it ii nkliae all olher outera.
Via basis Mac bum oU ioorWn or coffer distilled
Whiskey, while the body of all rival prepa
ration is commoB raw Whiskey or Arcane!,
which i in the hlghet decree eitreniely de
leterious to tbe sTsteta. This fact has of itli
Wroacjly coBuaended It to tha ceaaartitroftae pub
lic, and Irs earfalae his bees attested by tbe na-
solicited cerUacates of leading men ia the medical
pfotessi'flii aad the holy ministry.
Miiff fit hub.
The most active, energetic, nnfailiae and rapid
remedy known r thoea aumensn diseases incident
to an impure state of tha blood H Eowaao Wild-
ca'4 SaasarARiLLA tsp roraw. Thia great
Medicine stands without a rival. It Is perfectly
peerless. Manfua.tured with the ntawet care from
the purest and tcetliert materials, it haa achieved a
rrpuUHna for potency and thorottghaeoi that plats
it in the front rank of popular remedies. Cure is
guaranteed in every rase, where tbe directions are
ftdlowcd, for those diseases, the most terrible of
whirh the human bly can be subject, namely ;
StrofUIa in all its firm; every known variety of
OmtitutionaI Syphili, er Venereal IKsraae, Neu
ralgia, J-kin lHsases, no matter how H or invet
erate, Clironlr Rheumatism, Scrafuhls Sore Eye,
CUnduUr Swelling of the Neck, or elsewhere.
Chronic Chills and Fever, Tetter, Weeping 8on
Lrg, Ulcers of every kind, Pimples on tbe Face,
Ringworm, Scald-head, Fallin; aut of tbe Hair, or
Allopecia, White Swellinc, Hip-Joint Disease,
Chronic Erysipelas, Ague Cake. Dropsy, etc.
No enemy to tbe human rare is more lo 1 dread
ed, ami is more insidious ia its approaches, than
that too fatal and generally prevalent arch destroyer
of health and happiness of myriad ' Coasump
tkm in its ghastly firm." The. duty of all is to
guard against its first advances. This may lie done
by the timely ne nf Edstabd WlLMra'a Com
rorsr KvTniT or Witn Caraav, a preparation
especially re.-imendsl as art.Ming certain relief
fir all Pulmonary Complaints. Bsfore it Cough,
CoWls, and Catarrhs rapidly disappear. It affcrds
prnpt and dwided eomfon in cases ef Bronchitis,
Laryngitis and Asthma or Phthisic. Likwir, It
I of the bigheet use In relieving the dlmrult brsath
ing and distressing Cough of those aflivted with
Cnnstimptlon. In all easm ef rnsiemtiia or Winter
Fever It i Indispensable. It has no eqtnrl In .taste,
efficiency, and power. Wherever ued it ha not
only given present relief, but etectot pernrsaeat
Beware of i-nenic.
And all arsenical compounds. Better, far belter,
andure shaking aad quaking list through than tam
per with this mineral poison, no matter how care
fully prepared, lis extensive sk in saalarial dl
eases has already praeca the cause of great aaddw
trrssing injury. Cse Ensraao WiLoaa'a Canx
Tonic tor Chill end Fever, reverend Ague, and
every form, tvpe, vsnty, and species of Malarial
or I'sIjiUI Fever or Affection, Twenty-one-day
Chills, Bilious or Remittent Fever, Brow Ague,
Luiniago, and every form ef Periodical Disease. It
has no equal. It elect a certain aad rapid cure.
It is purely vegetable. It is warranted to core.
CORRECT THE STOMACH.
It is a well s-v-eitained phyivhsdeal tact that the
origin of most of tbe ilk to which humanity i heir
is a deranged condition ef the alimentary canal.
The bowels lieeome) constipated aa
thnce arist-i a train of tearful end distress
adis. As a preventive and cure for these, Eo
wskd Wilde'. Family Film are narUalled aad
witltout precedent. They are not eacelled aa a
putative, and are especially reruns mended in all
Fever and laflaaramtery Diseases: in Acute Rhetv
malism; InamwamUVsa ef the Liver, Braia, Kid
neys, and Bladder; ia Eryslpebw, Fever aad Ague,
Acute Ophthalmia or Rose Eyee, FnBaeae of the
Head, Virtlgo, Dirsiates, Baalaaa, ete. They
are tar superior to any aaewa oseealaatia ia the
certain and rapid rrttef sttirded la all the above
SAVE THE CHILONEN.
Too little care and stteatioa ia pvea lo the nre
serratienof tbeKvseof the laaaceat, teader jb4
blessed ofspring with which Frwridear tavers pa
rents. Tbe Uttle talks ehiedy suarr Croat the f 'ea
eawsofWocmsintbesystysa, which Is Indicated ty
variety of sympttsms, such at alias ia tha sum
ach, swelling of the abdomen, picking of the a see
aad ear, bad breath, variable appetite, e c.
Should ths worm he allowed to eoatteae y
length of time, death most frequetstJy casuea.
Mothers should thevrSire nse Edwakd Wawufs
Moraxas Woaa Srarr. It is superior to aM
other pnpsassUeae aa a Won Destroyer: It m
to the taste. It aa
H Is not
taateoataiaaraasV. aawet deadly
It .has given delight to thousands, aad
atved the Uvea of hundred ef clsUdrea.
215 afaia aMt (Martat fttatt)
,. j tjtttJttKtkmdu
w-a parritt conr-
saun.To m Maa-
ttHTM 1 iDor tbosa ahotUMiI
IMVMMJmt . I marrr, on the plrHo
Tata It aa interresiiog work of two hundred anil
lian. wJtbjraaaeiouaeBiiTaTiB, aaa
caatalas) Taltubl . lnfonnaUn for thoiewhoar
married or eoatearflaHBl; marriaee, still it U a book
uat oagni n oe aepi unoer ioca juu .r j , .
laid eueleasly about the house.
3ent to any one nee or pastage Rrr fifty ce'nU.
A4ares Br. BtltLv. . Piiptnsary, K; 12; Norib
qahth Street) St; Lonls'.
iarKotice to the AfilicieJ and unfortunate.
BefHre apvTrias 'to the notorious Quacks who
advartiae ia public. pajrs, or using any Quack
r dies', peruse Dr. Butt work, no matter what
sartMatase.ts, or now aepmraDie your eonaiuon.
Dr. Butt can be coaanlted nersonalW or bv let-
tor na the disease mentioned in his work.
Ho. 12 Hortb Etthtlt treet, between .MarKU ami
Chearnnt, St. Louis Mo.
tat tiasts OF tivit StJctfcTV.-Kvsjy fcr YbJhJJ
lifia. Snt frst In ai1pil onwelonc!.
Addrem HOWARD ASiOCIATIOX, Box r.
rhifaslelphia. Pa. ,2IAwttO
IdtMK TO your cmxniiEX
lit Great SoetUag Bmdy.
MRS. fCilresCnlir. an.lCri-1 Prlc
" "I"."-"'1 " 1 a facilitatrs the pro- f
Syraa. icesofteetmng j Ceata.
MRS. fSuhlues Convulsion 1 Price
whitcomb-s I "" "T,-?,J". a." i- it
incMent to f
grwa. lIoafChiMrrn. J CMtt-
i Infants A ChiMren.
(Cure Diarrhea, Py-1 prtca
entrv A tuiimer coin- ! a
.ptainlin chiMrtn off i.
fssfM. i! tic. i CaU.
.It lathe Orest Indnt's and Children's Sootluiv:
Bemedy in all disorder brought n by Teething r
any other cause. Prepared by the ORAFTON
MEDICINE CO., St. IiMo.
br Druarists aad Dealers, 111 .sieuirine evrry
. ' wt7iUw7T
dr., comprising raluable infonuation forererylsuly
seat by mail (free of postage fr afty.rrn,ts. .
AddrwsRE. NORMANDY. ,VU Mrke !rcr.
St. Lolil. MP.
Tm TTYtT UT m 1PP Material to
AaT a J tw if aaw a 1
dollar Is.ttle of the
best Hair Retorative ever ufsl for nrstorin .grey
hair to its riginsl color, semi ... tems ior a iu -age.
set ersiirvtra "arm NiceWliitrTiethan-l
MX ZVU WAJI1 IbullHy liiims and a
sweet breath. end fir nnr TfKKisii IkTIFKI(V.
Price 35 cents.
raalTi4TTlXr aisPI A siiresiin- Cr llr.fl
1FZUU WAIIla,!,,, Catarrh, IVaf
nrssorPuuingin the Ear?, send fur our STKXM--tatubt.
Either f the al".c-cnt i.'t-p.nd m rcsripl
I of price.
Address Jos. K. UrjCltAR, 131 Maikrl tr..t.
St. LouLs, Mo.
Drake's Collection fUk
fcr making Ilrjmly, all Uiii'ls of Wine, liiii. Ale.
Brer, Cordials, Sujs-rior Cider. :! nnuholhi
useful iukmation (ir tlHwdrliiij in or liuniilV
turingany of the alaivr, either fr l!ir trade or
Sent bv null Ifret? ot lt Ji f-r rt'ly i.nt
Addrrrs K. K. NORMANDY, .Jt ;ijrl.t strt.
St. LnuK M..
AKLOUMR URADFATI. OF MKMi IM. ..
Dipl.ma at nfBce will shn-s . l.as H'n Innx-r
eagaced In the Irestiueiit ! nrrrsl S. ml anil
Private diseases tlmn a:iv oilier plij-ol.i" la S
teol"- , , .
Syphili. tionurrrHM, liWI, sttitliirr. Orchitis.
Hernia and RnpltiKs: sll 1'rinarr i:sssea and
Svphilittc or Memirial attis-tioiis of the Thrust,
Skin or Bone are trrat.st with unanllclrd iinf.
Spermatorrhea, exur.l Ivlillilv snl Iiiijtnirr,
as the result of self-.ilMie in vontli, "exu-il rifs-.
in maturer years, or other caue, and whhh pr.
dure oine of Ihe fi.lliiiK el!".s-ts, as n.-liiri-il
emission, Wotche, debility, llzjin.'ss ..f sinht,
confusion nf ideas, evil (irlslint., nrersioii t tli
society of females, .sof niriuory and "rviiallsi.r.
and rendering marrist?. inippipT, are iTin:iin nil
ThelVieti.r'sripportunitl.'s inbopltil a"iiil pn'ste
practice are un.urpasmsl In St. !nis or enj lli-r
cite. Rack files of M. l.ilis pV-ers prove thai tu
ba been looted Hmpv- t.Micvr by years than sny
other alverlinUit. '1 he -tablislim. ut, lilirarv,
IslsjrstoTf ainl apiiDtments are nnisMialled in the
West, unsurpassed anywhere. .n, ilh ev.ri
ence, can lie relie.1 uinn, and th IHtr tan refr
to many physicians tnmughout the country. In
past sucre"and present sitim h" stands nitli.ttit
The Writings of a l'hyskUu lthn repulMii.n i
Crdon-wlde sh.Hild lrtirtb resdlng.
Dr. Whittler publishes Medical l'smplilrt reat
ing to venereal diseases aiwl the tlisatniis nod
Tarlet conseriiienre nf self Shu's", trnl !ll lie nl
to any address iu a ealI envrl. Cir two stauio.
It contains full sTiuphmi lists that will .-iiablo
taeaeaaurtesi mtaarrulue ine nature 01 ineirenm-
plalatsand give a written -tal-incnt .f tlirir esw-s
that will ahswer almost as well for the purpose f
treatment as a personal interview, but where it is
convenient the Dnrtor should ! einsultr. -rsni-ally.
Thse baring friend tliat may require lvi.e,
can supply them with this vIii-it.U- -jhiphb-t by
smdlnc their address, with stamp. Thus rou enn
assist the nnt.rtunate without their nowiig their
benefactor. Certainly no object is of nn.n- mi;r
laare than purity bloral and prrf-vt inanlwssl.
It is self evident that a phvsiiiau who eoiinues
himself exchtivelr to th- titdr of a eerlsin fuis T
diseases and treat tlwJi-nn.liV.r ,-a. every .lay,
must aeruire grent.r skill in lliat sslslty than ii
in general practice. Minjr physicians recniring
thi fact, introdtlrs pallrtils ji ili... tur allrr read
ing bis psmfMst. rommiinlralions confidential.
A friendlr talk will ct vm n.itliinir. lilncerni
trsl. vrt" rellrvsl No. r.17 St. Charl'sret, M
Louis," Mo. Hcirs9s. ji. to 7 1. M. Sundays
eieeptisl. aprlil twill
OLI DR. WII.BFK
TREATS ALL PRIVATE HI.-i:.SK. sYPII
ili, all form, t!onorrliea, tJb.t, Stiliturr,
Ae.. completely eradicated. That rlvs i.f m;. r
siiltint from M-lf-lMiM, pnslming iinin.iilinrss.
nervous debility, irritability, er!,tl"ii. mlnal
omissions and Anally tniioteiic. , is-rimin-iitlt
cure.1. Meilicine prepansl in the "-ul.ti-timMii,
which rmlirares oftce, reception snd waiting nsmi.
alo hoarding ami sleeping apartments for pati'iil
requiring daily persn.il attentiim, and va)r and
chemical baths, thus cu, nitrating Ihe Luiosl min.
era! spring. Both sexe-. niarrie.1 or single, .iilt. 1
ing from indiscretion, indulgences .r einreur.-.,
may apply and lie cured. No niatt.r who hae
failed, state your case. Kead what he says in Ins
pamphlet, nt to tvery aldres I'r.e. Tliousaudsnl
cases treatel annually, at office and sll over tLe
t ittry . Consuiution free, isrsnnally rlr mail.
(1C Washington avenue, M. Imis, Mo. Hour-, :
a. m. Ip7p. m. Sunday. ?. 10 toll a. in.
MtMiat St. Mary's Frmal.: AraHrmv
mMiinru i.v mi.
(sIbTERM of charity.
And under thepatroiup-of the Right It. v J I
MKHiK, Hbhopof leaeiiH.irth, Kjm-j.
f OCNT SAINT MARY 1
i ri:i.sit 111
if I of Leavenworth, on IsmiiiIIuI
emmandinga viewol thecit ami K.t. nrf
aaderimrsof the Missouri riter, north jikI uth
far as the eye ran reach.
The grounds compri-e fifty-te.ni aire. nix
tensive plav-grooud is iproprijt(t exeluit ly t.
fbeuef the pupil. The tsinveiiicrire Jtl, ,,.1,1.
fort of the interior arrji.-. ment of the huiMin aie
unsurLsi-l .iacious and well ventitat.sl .hiiiut
toriea. toilet rooms, grand study hall, nuu.er.Hi
rerltatlon rooms, iiiiimc and ilraiiing riu.-, Iar?e
refectory and rt fresh men; p.iin. inhriu.iry aol
di-pensury in a wonl. no ui:is have 1 n .jiareil
to rend'rVt. Mary's oi.eol the mr t lsira,le.su.
catiMrul institutions in th .I.
The Academic Year dates fioiu the t!it 'lomlas
in Septi-mher, and . Ira-s on th" last of June Hi
divided into t se-ioUS ef five molltlu eai II I'll
ptl entered after thecommiiitrnient of th" -te'."i
are cbsrgt.l only with th- iurtiii tlut imj 1
No reduction will ! ma.le f.r th.e- sh ai.
withdrawn l-fore the epiratiii ! tl.e .s..i.o.
except in case of sickness.
IRK COTJBSE OS INSTRVCTION
last. Mary's Female Academy rnniprisi-,;
Orthography, Reading, Itain and Ornamental
Prnaaaaahip, Antbwetu. firaiumar, hlnri.tioi..
Ancient and Modem t;e.raphv, tJeology. Am ient
aad Sfodera Hlston. Natural Philosophy, lili-i-
fWic and Critkiin, l'ruand 1'ie-tKnl Comjer-iti
PavsMogy, Mvthol.sfv, Aslnmomy. with the iw
of the filobe., lic, Moial and Inlellettiial Phi
losophy. Chemistry, with the u-i.f . Iiemi.-nl apjf
ratus. Botany, Algebra, ;.s,uietrj, Aiulvi.
Book-keeping, Freoth, fierman and Lit 111 l-n-
.vu.slefi tne llano rone narp, Aimnnu
ansttiutUr, Vocal Music, Drawing, P?mtiug in nil
aa4 Water Colors, Crari.u Painting, llain and ii
nanacatal Needlework, Tsi-try. Kiul.p.iderj .
Crochet savl Lace work. Zephyr and Wav. I hier
Boanl per Session. - -
TuiUoaef the Senior Cirile-, j.r se-.i..u
Tuition of the Junior lircle, js-r ss.in.
Masic on the Piano, extra.
Music on liarp, eatra
Music on Onitar, catra
Washing. Ac - -
Bed and Bedding...
Needle Work In all it varieties W
For lesson in 1'ainting in Water Color:.,
Crayon Painting, Zephyr and Wax How
elsJ, there will Ir an eatra tharsnof ;!
Use of Chemical Apiaratu, extra
ire of Uhrary
avr-juX pATafXMTS MOST BE
HAS IM ADVANCX. Jf j
The Sisters will are no tins t render this
Academy worthy ot extensive patronage. The
health aad bappinesn of their pupils wilia,!-on-
biects of their solid tune, wnueiner win eu-
aailT lo instil into their teuder minds and
hearts the principles of moral rettitude.
The discipllneis mild hut firm, and the -tri. t
observance of rule is enjoined nn all.
As an Incentive to close application. mrl.il-, 111
11 Iki ilsss 1 in liiTri IT 1 - the firt Monday
in each asontb.
lUflute-H srtS be tomj'rrrd upn lhi-r wily ;. o
all sag we cali're .lesse- ro.ire itmtUi.
To avoid interruption of classes, vi-itst.. pupils
are osadaed to Saturday, and call Is- madonly by
their parent, lter, nnile and aunts, other.
wiH Bet be received, ante- formally authorized by
paresis or guardian.
Ifu dsdmllnn will he made for alnem-e, unle
raasM by sickness. IupiU are nspiln-l to bring
all necessary artieles for the toilet.
aaPFor the malntainanee nt gisl orler, il is re
quired that all pupils assist with propriety, at lie
public duties of religion.
All eonununication rf-sicting ihe AkuI'iik.
addressed t the MOTHER SIJPKltlOk OK ST.
MABY'S FEMALE ACDEMY, Leavenworth,
fsarsss. will receive imniediate attention.