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THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1870.
Geotce Yakrtfg.ji TOflPjByolan Jcr,
had a narrow rtilfcMlK Wednes
day night by lcapirig,j.c roof of the
Commercial Hoiue, a three rtorv building,
to the 'ground lielowv From" what can be
gathered of the facts, it seems that he was
laboring under a temporary aberration of
mind, accelerated, phyrfciaas think, by ex
posure to the intense heat of Tcuesday, as on
that dnyfiSri fcrfd m albillof bi-ridw-ed
state. Taken 6rst to the Continental
Hotel, lie re-used to eat .anything Jf hatcrer.
Continental, thinking the partially insane
man could have. more watcLful care at the
Commercial than Iim own crowded house
could give, he went with him to the Com
mercial. Hc rmfehovn to bis jmvaf .Tap
ing for nothing but a pitcher of water and
a lied. Early on Wednesday morning he
nro-e from hi bed, partially dressed himself,
ami taking his boot under his arm, started
out Fifth street at -aj rapid pane.; tjln
the evening lie was lound iiy a
couple of colored men roaming alout
on the commons "in the southern suburb of
the city, and by them he was brought to
the residence of a citizen on Choctaw street,
and fflilMeqnently taken to the Continental,
ami after offering him snppcJ-, , which he
again refused, lie was again taken down to
the Commercial House. He was taken to a
mom in the third utory, and about midnight
managed to escatie the attention of a watch
that wan put over him, went up a pair of
stairs and through a ky-light on to the roof
from which he jumped off to the ground in
the rear of the building, breaking the ban is
tcrsofapair of outside ntair?, hut escaping
with only a few flight brutstwon his iierson.
He was picked upfront the ground where he
hail fallen, dressed and taken to the Police
station, from whence he was reniote-d to the
Sisters' Hospital yesterday aftcniooon.
Mr. Yackulwwicz left his native land in
18r, aidntime)ouii(lhtwy'to Uitn
north, where for a time h- engaged at his
trade, that of a wagon-maker, with a Mr.
l'o.t. Ketiiming to New York he had the
misfortune to h his wife try death. Leav
ing his youngest child with m.ipc relatives
there he came lnck here with his other
children, and finding home for them he
went to Paula., and there engaged at his
trade, and by economy and industry suc
ceeded in tBviug up aboBt,S309' wiuck,' he
deposited in Thomas' lj-infc, at the old place,
and which he lost bv the failure of that inti
tntioii. From I'.ud:i he went to Baxter
Spring:, where he worked for some
time on .1 mill that was Imilding.
und returned .a few, necks .aco. ..The
loss of his wife; the separation of Ms chil
dren and subsequent loss, of the money he
intended to nc in getting them all together,
in a home of his owu, together with cxpo
sure to the intense heat of Tuesday, so played
iijkjii him as to uncttlc his reason and cause
the attempt upon his own life, ire is said to
lie a remarkably sober, industrious man, and
he certainly deserves the sympathy of the
public. The proprietor of the Continental
evinces a warm interest in his well-doing, and
-,---. , . a,i,w a-w y
is exerting himself to see that he has every
care and attention. At the Sisters' Hospital
he is sure to receive that kindly treatment
that will result in speedily restoring him to
his normal condition body and mind.
Our late foreman, Mr.
land. Ieftthc city for St.
Louis a few
days ago, and by so doing cast a gloom over
n favorite dog whicli he left ljeh'tna,.r-,Frank"
11-ed to come to the office about ten o'clock
at night and remain until Jo. had sent the
forms to ivss, and then accompany, hiai
home. The night of his master's departure
Frank caiue down from the deserted house
with a long face. His face is naturally short,
but it was reallv a little longer on that even-
ins-. All the ftori noticed tfcis,?lKcatiso lie'
had always been so lively, and looked as
though he could sing "Capt. Jinks." Hut that
night he came slinking in, and sneaked away
under the imposing stoneand lay down. Then
he would get up and come into the compo
sing room and get -under tlie ease, feeling
very miserable, as though he wanted to get
:ilsstoSt. Louis. He missed Jo., sndly,
and after remaining till about midnight he
went off on his ear, looking very blue, su
premely di-guted and awfully played out.
Next day the l.cal thought to make friends
with him, and accordingly visited the silent
premise of the laic master. iit itrwaail
failure. Frank crawled under the front steps
and intimated his intention to fight it out on
that line. That night the dog came
j-ain to the office. He looked bet
ter. He was tolerably healthy
considering the heavy so-xuwhatjiad, struck
him, and finally came' into the editorial
room. Thefacttof.tlieJjiijUve- was he had
included tolhrow himself on the office and
Like the chances. He was told to remain till
the paper went to press, at which time he
followed tlie.Jocal Juiiue and.seemcd tqfeel
much better. Frank is now all ngln. His
tail points high, the brilliancy has returned
to his eye, and he liad three fights yesterday,
winning two of them and getting white
washed on the last. This is the heaviest
windfall any Leavenworth local everhadj
.1 dog with his tax paid for a year and only
two months gone. On the other
hand it is pro'wbly the worst calamity
that ever befell a dog in Kansas quartering
himself on an editor.- .Ju. jirolabjy ucitr
thought tliat dog would 1 reduced to a skele
ton. We are glad he is to be spared the
sight, for he loved tlie dog vcrv much. The
decline has already liegnn. We can see
that he is falling away. Most anv dog would.
Bat he mav as well iass away in this man
ner as to fall a victim to delinquent tax,
which he wil I surelv doif he should last so
long. There would lie no help for him un
lss the Governor should interfere.
--Maeer Ciaa t T--k.
A few days ago the city authorities of To
peka seized a faro bank riuj bv, Jack Fiero
and other parties. AVtcrwards, f(on "Monday
last,) the gamblers had Mayor McAfee, Mar-,
shal Keed and two policemen arrested, on a
warrant iwued Iry Justice Oliver, of Silver
Lake, charging them with burglariously en
tering the room and taking therefrom an
ivory paper knife, a round table, covered
with green cloth, which articles were not
Used as gambling devices. Other things
seiicd ws-wniiUd tobaf-MUu-toalsJ
but these" were alleged to nave been'merelv
stored there. The city officers were exam
ined before Justice Oliver, and bound over
in $250 each. Ecfusing.to give bail, a mit
timus was madeont directing'lheir commit
tal to jail. Subsequently a writ of habeas
corpus was issued and Judge Morton, of the
District Court, fals8iargea-'TOe prfeoners.
Jack Fiero was arrested on Wednesday, tried,
convicted of being the owner of the fero-"
bank and sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and
suffer taa.-sTs inuwiiWMnent.vJjater-rc-
IkMLate jaafeasassass rrom
MfJIJe 3BaBfljfM"sp9" memr.
ports say FfcMro fas wyjgalrf 1uMla,tBg1l8,000 men along that river near Ems,
Ripe grapes, grown by a Mr. Grant near
itr. are on salet some of the
ford Prolific and Concord varieties, very
large, well fejatMaaadetfcS&fe latornL
This is earlier than grapes have- ever before
becnknowrttoHpeiiA'UEis vicinity, and is
another evidence of what Kansas soil and
i . tii i r !... a..: i:A
GIlBUe Dill ni in uic uui iiur. ,-r-
AT the las: session m Wiiue uenci
ConfervacVcTrW 3f?E. CnwreVBond, whT
At the las', session in May of the General
Kansas, aad all tbe
" - - M'wJl
cixh&nn1 the Mis
souri Conference .tUsUjtiyaBd erected, into
the Western Conference. Tlie district em
bra&?4 re peM?t5unTbofW
able divines, who will meet at the M. E.
Clinrcli South, in this city, on the 7th of
September, for the transaction of their annual
conference bunm;3Wc hcarof tone mem
bers of the Missouri. Conference who propose
to ak to be transferred to the Western Con
ference. So that with those now engaged in
this new district, the Conference promises to
be a 1 very interesting onev
y Berlin, Aug. 4. Another fight is re-,
jwiried at the town of Ciersenwcilcr. A de
tachment of French crossed the line and took
os.esion of the village. The Prussians at
tacked the French and dislodged them from
their position in the village when the French
'retreated with a low of nine killed.
Skirmishes m-iy'Iis expected all along the
It would ecetii Uiat Prussia is anxious that
the approacliing general engagement should
occur on. the soil of the Fatherland, in
order tliat the work of her army may be
that of repulsing invasion.
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE'S ACCOUNT OF THE
A Secial to the New York Ttihunt says :
A London sjKxrial corrcspoiidetit, at Saar
bnickcn, writes Tuesday morning: "Our
guns are being brought opposite the French,
and will reply if they open fire."
Same correspondent, writing Monday
night, says: "I thought at the end of my
last letter that my contributions from Saar
bnicken were finished, and had set out for
the railroad station, when a communication
was "received from our Iiest informed men in
the place made me determine to sUy, and to
day the monotony of S.inrbmcken lias been
broken. Two thousand men with 10 guns come
within a mile of town, and two whole reg
iments are lying in the immediate ueighbor-hood.'-
Tlie 1st and ISd Inittallions and the
4th Hohcnrollcrn fu-cilers made thgir ap-
Iiearanoe on the, Lanis road at the toi of the
li II 2 miles out of Saarbruckeu, about 5
o'clock, ami with them came 16 guns and a
long line of wagons. They did not come
into town but turned into a large held high
on the hill, whercthev will bivouac to-nijHit
There wa- great joy at the news of their ap
proach arid the town jieoplc went up to the
lield to receive them with proiLfioin and
presents of cigars. When 1 wrote my
lirst letter there were hardlv more
than five hundred men in Saarlirncken,
and liad the French made a forward move
melit.cven with a small force, about Forlach.
we could have made no resistance; but from
one point and another our force was exag
gerated, a.id perhaps credited with extraor
dinary garrisons. There arc at present in
Garribauck o,000 men, and moreover the
48th regiment, with li guns within short
distance of the !th Hussars, and O'Jth regi
men of the line with 'M guns.
The 20th regiment which was to conic here
to-day, advanced nearly to Saarbr.iuckcn,
then turned in another direction. Tlie des
tination of the regiment i-. unknown.
'Gen. Von Gotten made his appearance
yesterday and remained a short time present.
The commander is Gen. Von Gricse.
THE SEW -YORK TRIBUNE'S DESPATCHES
FROM' THE SEAT OF WAR.
A cable despatch to the Tribune, dated
London ?A, says the engagement at Saar
bnicken was between a small detachment
forming the Prussian rear guard and three
divisions of French infantry, riipiorling
twenty-three guns. The aflair was of slight
importance, and thq los on lioth side? was
Our special corresjHiiident, writing from
Saarbnickcn, Sunday night, says he was
aroused early in the morning by a report that
the town was to be evacuated, and for the
fifth or sixth time iackcd up for a start.
In spite of the apjiareut imiortancc of
maintaining railway connections at Saar-
brucken to tnc 1'mssian-, tliey have never
seriously prepared to defend it, and their
movement, it is lielievcd, will Ik; henceforth
indejicndent of the Saarbnickcn line.
NEW YORK HERALD llEsrATVII.
.J-TlNeWYork, August : A cable demtrli
to the Jlcmld, dated at Ixmdon, say lighting
has licen going on along the French and
Prussian frontiers since Monday. On Satur
day the Prussians advanced ami attacked
Miseuburg, on the Ilavarian Iwrdcr, lietwecn
liitchc and Saarbnickcn, driving out the
French. It is rejwrted that McMahon's
division will nttempt .1 forward movement on
the right tsslay.
ARRIVAL OK WURTEMBUIUi TROOPS.
A Basel despatch announces that a large
force of Wurtcmburg troops has arrival in
that vicinity to sustain the Iladcn troops.
A COMBAT ON THE BALTIC.
Paris, August I) A combat is reported to
have taken place on the Ualtic, daring which
two Pni-sian gunboats were captured.
THE FRENCH AIVANCIXK.
The French army is advancing. Five
hundred thousand rations are issued at Paris
daily for the French army.
Kixij William's froclamatiox to the
Mayexck, Awgut 3 The King, in his
proclamation to the army, to-day, declares:
All Germany stands united against a neigh
boring State which has surprised us by de
claring war .without a justification. Tbe
safety of Fatherland is threatened; our honor
and our hearths are at stake. Tolay I as
sume command of the whole army. I ad
vance cheerfullv to a contest in which, in
Tformcr times, our fathers, under similar cir-
.-- 1.. -1 : I.. Tl... ..!...!..
ciinwaiM-gs, lougiii b-iuhui ic uurc
Fatherland and my-elf tnist confidently to
you. The Ixinl Giid will lc with our right
eous cause.' '
TrT KlXfJ WILLI M AT MAYKXcK.
Mayfxcf, August i, 10a. m. via London
King William arriI this morning with
several memlers of his stall". He received
highly satisfactor refills from the third army
corps on the French frontier.
SAARItKUCKEX TAKEN BY THE FRKM'II.
IjXDOX, August o, 10 a. 111. Siar
brucken was taken by the French this moni
ing. The los was slight on loth sides.
1'AiUSi Aug. S. The Munich journals
this morning publish the following account
of the Saarbraucken affair :
Mktz, Aug. i. The French troot pas
sed the frontier at 11 o'clock, when they in
stantlvr'encountered the IJu-iaiis strongly
jKjsted on the heights commanding Saarbuek'
en, which were carried bv a few battalions.
The capture of the town instantly followed
the arulery, compelling the Prussians; to
evacuate it in great haste.
Gcnerald Traissard, with me division,
defeated three division of 'the enemy. The
buildings iuSaarbmckeu caught fire from
the Frcnenfaftillcry, and half of tlie town
was destroyed, the Mitcrillamrs were
used for the first time, and are reported to
have worked wonder..
The Eniperor, on His return 'to Metx, after
the battle, sent the following dispatch to the
Emprcai:i JTITr-" . . " '
"Louis Has reccivol his baptism of fire.
He was admirably cool, and little impressed.
A division ofFraLssaid's command carried
the licights overlooking Saar. The Prus
sians malrfa'lnef.reristaiicc.'S Lbiis aad I
were in front, where bullets fell about us.
Louis keeps a ball he picked up. The sol
diers wept at his tranquillity. We lost an
officer and ten men.
-Thi City of Metz was Uluminated last
night in Honor 01 me victory, ahct ine re
treat of the Prussians the French did not oc
The 'Empress went, with Jiecneiccs. this
mbfningto the Chapel o'f Xotre Damedes
Victories to offer prayers of thanksgiving for
the safety and success"' of thc Emperor and
Drsrosrnox of the trussian army.
London, .August 3 The following is
given to-day as the numbers and disposition
of the 'Prussian army: The Duke.of Meck
lenburg commands 10,000 men at the month
f e rivj-rEsVvand Gen. Falkensteai ha
Gen. VonKttcnfield has 50,000, men. The
Army of thelUiiae oonsisU of the following
bodies: 8tT,900 men at Cognac, raider Gen.
Leavqi-lLninU;JJM,()loat tne juactioa of, tae
jiaricn, sou aw,vw siung wc xssia-xuiinc,
under Prince Royal Frednck William. The
Chiefe of Staff are Gens. Matte, Blumenthal.
Schirling and Stephen.
ICAT KaWTAl-r. .
IiONKON, Aneust 4 Ofienbacli. Opera
lfauffe composRL thawo, a German, has pub
lished a French war song.
1 t, p chamber of Commerce was
PcaneM together to consider the expediency of
London. Aturast 4 Deputation from New
foundland waited on Earl Kimberly yester
day andaatttUhat MisVttolKNraB the
rrovinces be snnered to remain as a nrotec-
' Ministerial Whitebait dinner, at' Green
wich, will be omitted this year.
. Il isaid the pefroleum hill pending in
.the House of Lords if passed will prove al
most fatal to the t rathe
A cotton commission dealer of Liverpool,
said to 'he well known in Ahiencafled from
hts country, leaving liablihtiesto the amount
01 m,w poanu stenaag. jame box gvven.-
WAR VESSELS ON A SECRET 3f HMOX!
Loxdox, August 4 Two vessels of the
Contingent Channel Squadron sail from
Portsmouth this afternoon, for a secret ren
dezvous,- probably off tke Brhrina coast J
Ioxpox, August 4 The ports of England
arc 'rapidly filling with North German ves
sels, anxious to escape the French cnuser.
DEFEXCE OF THE KIRT F LIVERPOOL.
Lfixirox, August There is a moreaeat
011 fMt in Liveqiool to organize 'measures for
the defence ot the port.
FACTION HIGHLY EXCITED IX IRELAND.
Dublin. August 3 There are symptoms
of trouble in Londonderry on the occasion of
the (approaching celebration. Factions arc
CONCERNING THE SECRET TREATY.
London. August 4 The Daily AVir cives
an important contradiction to the statement
of the Paris Do&ates concerning the secret
t reaty. Tlie Dttbatt says tlie treaty, was not
secret, but as a project reduced to writing
snd vaguelv formulated it was within tlie
cognizance not only of the governments of
trance and rrnssia, but of the fcnglish and
Belgium governments, and it is said was, in
the hands of the English Government from
the vcrv beginning. To this'thc Dally Aetes
responds:. "We take-it-upoa ourselves to as
sert that our Parisian contemporary Is mis
informed. Tlie text "of the projected treaty
was never in the hands of the English Gov
ernment, and first came nhder "their eyes
when it was Hiblished in the Timci.
AUGMENTATION OF THE ENGLISH NAVY.
London, August 3 In the House of
Commons Mr. Baxter, Secretary of the Ad
miralty, said tliat no augmentation of the
navy was designed. Sailors could easily lie
had and coal was abundant.
ABOUT THE SHIPMENT OF HOKshs.
liuthers called attention to tlie shipment
of horses to the Continent. One thousand
are shipped daily and it is feared horses will
soon liecome scarce.
NILLhOX COMING TO AMERICA.
IxXDox, August o It it said that Nillson
is (laid 25,000 sterling for a six month's conj
tract to sing in the United States. She's to
receive o0,000 sterling as a gift on starting
THE EMrilE-o PKEStDES AT A COUNCIL OF
Paris, Augu-t 4 The Empress came to
Tuillericn to-day and presldou at a council
A NATIONAL AIR.
The Garilois says the Emperor w ill i&oie
a decree making the "Marscllaisi'' hence
forth the national air of France. During
the fight at Saarbruckcu it was played by
Park, August 4 The news of the battle
at Saarbrucken seems to have created but
little excitement here. No demonstrations
have lieen made over tliat or Napoleon's de
spatches. ANOTHER CIRCULAR!
Paris, Aug. 4. The Duke of Grammont
has Issued another circular reaffirming that
tlie aggressive projiositions ongtnated in
Berlin. France made none, but on the con
trary commenced her disarmament. Count
Von Bismarck Inses his proposals on his
anxiety about the plans of Kussij, giving
details whicli the Duke dc Grammont tem
porarily witheld. The Duke concludes that
owing to the falsehoods Bismarck has al
ready uttered through fear, tliat he has last
all claim to be believed herenfte.
PRISONERS CAPTURED AT SAARBRUCK.
Metz, Aug .4. Fourteen Russian soldiers
captured at the attack on Saarbnick, pawd
through this cily late yesterday afternoon.
Part of them were on their way to Belfont
anil to Thionville, where they will lie im
prisoned. The Pmssinn wounded will be
cared for the same as the French.
enthusiasm dying out in france.
London, August 4 A Paris correspond
ent of the JXiy Afl writes on Tuesday
that the enthusiasm for war lias entirely dis
apiieared in Paris. It is now evident that a
war with Germanv means a prolonged strug
gle against one million of armed combat
ants determined to defend their own country
and if possible give the French such a lesson
that hereafter the Emperor's eculiar mode
of making his reign an cm of peace br at
tacking his neighlsir will ! rendered im
possible. It is announced that the fortifica
tions around Paris are to be placed in a
condition of defence, and the Emperor's ad
mission that the war will lie long, have sig
nally damiicned the ardor of those who
imagined that within a fortnight a glorious
peace would be established and the snpremi
cy of the French arms woidd be signed in
Berlin. They arc still told that the Ger
mans are trembling at the idea of encounter
ing MetraiUensc and Turca, but this legend
has lost its effect.
THE DIPLOMATIC CI RIULAR OF GOVERNMENT
Paris, August 4 The official journal pub
lishes a diplomatic circular of the Govern
ment on disarmament. The document, alter
refusing the statement of Bismarck, termin
ates thus: "If Europe remains, if a million
men are on the eve of luttle, it cannot lc
denied that the responsibility is Prussia's, as
she repulsed the idea of disarmament when
we caused the proposal to lie made, and be
gan bv giving the example. Her conduct is
explained by the fact that at the hour when
r ranee confidingly reduced her military,
contingent to the Cabinet at Berlin,
was secretly organizing canaidauire ot a
Prussian Prince for the throne of Spain so
proocativeot mischier. Whatever calum
nies the Federal Chancellor may invent, we
fear not. He has lost the right to be be
lieved. The conscience of Europe and his
tory will say Prussia sought this war by in
flicting upon France, preoccupied with de
velopment of her Klitical institutions an
outrage no nation con Id acce without in
THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT EXPLAINS.
The French government has explained to
the Cahinet or -Madrid, that the camps rc
centlv formed near the Spanish frontier were
simply places of rendezvous and training for
the ttuarde Alobille.
PROPOSITION FOR PEACE DELAYED THE
London, August li Advices from a pri
xate source attribute the delay in the opening
of the campaign, after the armies were ready
on both sides, to a renewal of Napoleon's
proposal for peace, which was finally refused
toHuy bv Bismarck.
The government is preparing an answer to
the last despatch of Bismark.
NAPOLEON':! PHYSICIAN JOINS THE ARMY.
A sDccial from Paris says that Dr. Nekton
joins the army on the pretext of forming an
ambulance corps', "- everyoouy anows uw
he goes as a special attendant upon the Em
peror, the nature of whose malady does not
permit him to dispense with his most trusted
Forty-one thoasaud of the Guard Mobile
were equipped last week in Paris.
,Seven new ., journals have been started in
Paris since the war began.
THE BERLIN GOVERNMENT 13 IRRITATED
at the conduct of the agent, demand his dis
missal, but Prince Charles refused to yield to
DETAILsgOF THE SAARBRUCKEN AFFAIR
Berlin, August 4 The Prussian gov
ernment issued the following account of the
affair at Saarbrucken: A feeble garrison
held Saarbrucken until the French advanced
in three commits. The Prussians then re
tired to a position north of town. In spite
of the free use by the French of Villeur's
artillery and Chassepots, our losses were
only two officers and seventy men, while the
loss of the French appeared more serious.
Our troops were admirably cooL
Berlin, August 4 The ofieov-af the
Union Club, of this dtv, have accepted a
large wager offered by Mr. Thomas, of
Paris, that the French will be in Berlin on
the tenth of August
The Russian Reserve of 100,000 men arc
encamped in front of Berlin.
Forage and provisions is scarce on the
Rhine, aad the Pnnmaa artillery and cavalry
horses are saAeriag severely.
THE CROWN PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM
remains in Prussia in command of Prussian
troops and will not take command of the
South German army as reported.
Prcrn. Aueust 4 The Diet of Hunrarv
vestcrdav emphatically declared in favor of
AUsinan ncmnuiy hi tae I ismii I iiswmii
Vienna, Aug. 3. Austria lias an army
cwpg in Bohsania, miindai by Gn. Mar
oeis. and another fir Mofiavia under Field
St. Petersburg, August 3 A Russian
fleet has sailed from Cronstadt to cruise in
I Goreiblftem ainVtrtgries
neutralttv, but popular excitement is intense
aid perhaps ungovernable. The sympathy
for France among all classes is very marked.
Copenhagen, August 4 Svmpathy with
France Is manifested among ail classes, and
it, will lie difficult for the Government to re
NEW LINE OF STEAMERS TO NEW YORK.
-' 1 Antwerp, August 4 Proposals for a now
weeKiv steamer service ociwecn .iniwerp anu
New York, to take the place of that recently
performed by the' North German, Lloyd and
Jlamburg and , American Company, with
drawn on account ot the war, lias been opened
tabids. Tlie Belgian Government is pre
pared to accept the first satisfactory offer.
VIOLENT POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS DIS
TURBANCES occurred yesterday in Brussels and Ghent.
-MoIk held the street some hours and sacked
the convent and other buildings. Troops
were called out and the riot, suppressed.
Both cities are now tranquil.
THE SPANISH THRONE.
The Cuiutilutlontl savs the agent of Prince
Charles of Roumania, in Paris, took active
part in procuring the renunciation of the
throne of Sjain by his brother Leopold.
INNOCENT OF TROUBLE BETWEEN PRUSSIA
A circular has lately appeared from Senor
Sagasti defending Spain as innocent of the
cause,tttke trouble between Praaskitiii
France jTDte jabmcai Hwcll 'leaeaL H
soctsrYirojt tui ABoiatok oF!s.vvntT;
Madrid, August 4 A highly enthusiastic
meeting was held early this week at which
flic society for the alxilition of slavery was
revived and reorganized.
Madrid, August 15 Reinforcement-, to
the uumber of 13,000 leave in Septemlier for
The amne-ty proclamation has been port
poncd. The Chinese Embassy was received yester
day by the Regent.
A society for the immediate abolition of
slavery has liccn formed here.
Nov York, August '1 A Jlcmld cable
special dated Florence, 2d, says that in con
formity with a decision of a council of Gen
erals, heldon the 23d nit., the effective force
of the Italian armv is lieing rapidlv raised to
120,000; a ramp "of 20,000 has been estab
lished lietween Mantua, and Verona, and two
camps of observation are forming on Pontifi
Loxeox, August I -The Uaz'lle officially
publishes a decree of neutrality of Portugal.
Lisbon, August 4 There is a report that
Don Fernando has accepted the proffer of
the crown of Spain.
Manifestations were recently made against
Saldanha in this city by Oparto.
The King of Italy has written to the Pope
that he will protect Rome.
Havana, Augusts The insurgent Gener
al Jcderico Castillnoj has voluntarily, surr,
rendmd it P.Krl'nucipc.' I i " i f
Havana, August . Advices Irom the
city of Mexico to July IJOth reports the ar
rest and imprisonment of General Negrete
and the dispersion, by the military, of his
friends who denounce the act, and shouted
death to Juarez and lrdo. The orators at
the meeting were drawn through the streets
by the people. A commission of citizens im
plored Juarez for clemancy to Negrete, and
strong effort is making for a transfer from
a military to a civil court.
Detroit, August 3 A temperance mass
convention, of the State, met at Jackson to
day and put in nomination a full State
Washington August 4 Attorney Gen
eral Ackerman has sent copies of the act en
forcing the rights of citizens of the United
State to vote, to all the United States Attor
neys, Marshals and.CIerks of Courts.
It is stated at the War Dcinrtment to-day
that when (Jen. Sheridan heard of the decla
ration of war, he applied for and obtained
indefinite leave of alt-cnce to visit vi-it Eu
rope merely as an observer of the events. It
was only an individual arrangement.
Washington, August 4 Attorney Gen
eral Ackerman declines addressing the South
ern Republican Club, because he would have
to attend to the Georgia case, which may
soon come before him for legal opinion. It
is understood that he favors an election this
fall in Uiat State.; ' ' '"
lames! Segar, ex-member of Congress from
Virginia, to-Liy severely assaulted William
S. Lincoln, ex-member Irom New York, at
the railroad station, for alleged calumnious
statements about him in reference to the re
charter of the Frederick-burg A: Alexandria
Railroad Company. Segar attacked Lincoln
with a cane. When brought liefore the Po
lice Court he declared he regarded it his duty
to inflict a chastisement, but denied the
charge that he intended to kill Lincoln, and
he was held to bail in $5, 000, General Roliert
Williams becoming security for his appear
ance liefore the Grand Jury.
Washington, August's The French
Minister to day, by order of his Government,
notified the United States o the war lie
tween France and Prussia.
The Berlin telegram sayingan agent of the
'United States is at Antwerp niakingarrange
inents whereby that ixirt shall beceme the
centre of trade lietween America and Europe
during the war, must be an out and out fic
tion, or is founded on some misapprehension,
for we have not sent an agent abroad for any
such ptirpo-e, nor given any one in England
authority to make such arrangements-.
J1. ' l JJIM
Exhibition nnit KcHoIullont of the
Induxapolis, Aii-niit 4 At a meeting
August 4 At
of the Wool Growers Association, held at
noon to-day, after a lengthy address by John
L. Hays, of Boston, on the manufacturing
interests of this country, the following reso
lutions were adopted:
R&ulctil, That we approe the principle
of fair and just protection to home industry,
not only as applied to wind and woolen, but
to branches of protection and manufactures;
as opening the way for oompetion, for fair
wages and for increase of home trade.
liawlnd, Tliat we recognize the trade
movement as a struggle on the art of our
British competitors for the control arid pos
session of our markets by breaking down our
new industries, which control would be dis
astrous to our industry and finances.
BmJrtd, That we ask the Free Traders to
take open ground for free trade and low
wages, the hitter being the inevitable result
of their theory and no longer claim or pretend
to be friends of the working man, when in
fact t he v are his enemies, and their Success
will reduce him to the pauper pay of British
workmen, or deprive him of employment.
lieholnd, That we ask the manufacturers
of Enjgland and Europe, to come here with
theircapital, skilled workmen and machine
ry tojhelp pay our taxes, be fed from our
farm! ry JWirkiii' Auiefitni wage-
and share the benefits of bur free institutions,"
anal we welcome them to a free and fair en
joyment of the benefits which they claim we
enjoyiby reason of our productive policy, and
consider such fair competion and far more
honorable than the effort to reduce our peo
ple to national ruin by the spread of free
trade among us.
The total number of articles exhibited, in
cluding machinery and everything on exhi
bition, -is 'about 2,000.
LorisviLLE, Aug. 3. A special to the
Cotritr Journal from Lexington, dated tbe
3d, aanrs that a riot occurred at Harrodsburg,
Mercer county, on Monday evening, in which
one wike man was killed and several woun
ded, and three or lour blacks killed and fif
teen, of twenty wounded.
Tbt election returns from most of the coun
ties are coming in slowly. As a general
thing the Democrats have elected their county
XectlMir f .rnjumiiii imlMJilmtt.
St. Loci-, August 4 A meeting of Fench
men waspield hereto-night, at which much
sympathy was exprcned foe their cowitrynMe
noweagagew hVnar'whh Prussia: a comait
tee mm apfeiatcd tojaiaf awaej for the ben
efit of Jwonnded Trench' soldiers.
New1 YORkT Aueust 4 The Onneemen
afc cVtemiaed to march to-morrow with of-
fansiTejHags, but would avoid anything
I The Republican State Convention meets
eaif i, ai oaratoga.
j-'"- , .-llftgUB OUSIMCIOII ai-
iches to the male servant who afoot in the
house as the murderer of Nathan. Tbe po
lice think they have certain evidence against
him and others.
Bixghamton, S. Y., August 4 The tan
nery of O. M. Bell, near Windsor, was
struck by lightning and burned this a. m.
Loss $12,000- partly insured.,
New York, August 4 No facts, either
of interest or importance, not previously
imde public, were elicited at the Nathan
nmrder inquest to-day, whicluafter examina
tion of officers Mangarn and Kvans and two
carpenters employed in his house the dav
before the murder, was adjourned until Mon
day. Three sons of deceased were present
daring thc proceedings. Washington, to
whom suspicion has been directed, appear
ing in good spirits while others were sad-and
.Commotio re Vanderbilt lias purchased
Mercer (Rev. Dr. Booth's) Presbyterian
church and presented it (o Rev. Dr. Deems,
pastor of the church of Strangers, for his
evangelical unsectarian labors. The act was
done spontaneously on Commodore's part
without solicitation of Dr. Deems or any one
IaJsiaefla) Beatrartalanr mi
Nod AecMeal Bane
Chicago, August 4 Judge Porter to-day
at Monmouth, Illinois, granted a prelimi
nary injunction restricting the issue of War
ren county bonds to the Rockford, R. I. &
St Louis Railroad, to the amount of $200,
000. This causes ereat excitcmen anions;
Ihc friends of the rood. '
!A pnntcr named Keilley, while attempt
ng to jump on tlie passenger train this morn
ing on Kinzie street, foil under the wheels
ana both feet were terribly crushed and otii
erwise injured. Both feet have been ampu
tated and he can scarcely snrvive.
(A match game of base lull to-day between
tlie White Stockings of Chicasn, and Lone
Stars of New Orleans was won bv the former
42 to 8. This is the first victory for the
White Stockings for a longtime.
nomination of candidate for congress.
Chicago, August S The Republican Con
gressional Convention of the Eichth Illinois
District, succeeded this morning In nomina
ting Col. J. Mernam, of .Tazewell County,
on the JSotli luiiot. The vote stood: Mer
riam, 27; Cullom, 18; Parks, 4.
The Democratic Congressional Convention
of the Tenth Illinois District met at Carlin
villc to-day, and on the 7th ballot nominated
Judge h. l . Rice, of Montgomery county.
Hrdillne in Mich Lite.
Jackson, Miss.., August 4 Hon. Albert
Morgan, white Republican Senator, married
last night Miss Carrie Highgate, colored.
The couple left for Cleveland, Morgan' for
mer home. Morgan wa s formerly Colonel
of a Michigan regiment.
Cien. Kcheitrk Renontlnnfrtt Tor Con
Cincinnati, Augi-t 4 Gen. R. C.
Schcnck was renominated for Congressman
from the third district, by a Republican
Convention which mtt at Middlctowu to
day. Sales of tobacco lo-day at the tobacco fair
were spirited. Higher prices were obtained
than at the last fair.
4'nrirH to be Krprloianilnt.
PorGHKEErsiE, August 3 The Committee
ap'ioiiited by Congress to investigate the
charge against cadets at West Point for
treating a colored cadet in an uiigcutlcuianly
manner, have concluded their lalior, and
sentenced the ofieiiding cadets to lie repri
manded bv the authorities.
The Oldest Paper in Kansas
Till: LEADING PAPKR IN KANSAS.
Tun Liuvi.nworiii Tiara i-rrsenls iirelf to its
Dailr ami ttVlljr rralrs in a now ln-s. It tikM
IhU (Mvn-i..a to rrhim il tlmnks to lh people ot
Kansa for a rsHrrtna-s which, le-gin in th ilark
l3jtoroiirTrrrilori.it lii-torv, lia incr"a-ol with
ovcrv year of the pni3t-s of thp State.
Tni: Times will l in the futnri-, a in tl pa-t,
Tlie Lulling Iijht in Kana.
It will puM Mi the fiillct tvlcxraphic ilopatihrs
of llic AicLitcl rre, with spcci.il ami excIu-iTe
ilcialilics from all important points ami in rrn1
to ctitjt imiwrtaiit event.
It will publish Mters from c'vrr t'ountj ami
Town in the Stale, ivins full ami aii urate ilescrijs
tiousofeerj Im-alily, ami thus making TiikTiwes
a continuous History of Kanj. This feature it
peculiar to this journal, an'l niikr ia aliiaMe
to Eastern as to home resler, aii'l it gives to the
immigrant the iiifonnatinn whh.li he desire:) in re
ganl to the resource"" of Kan-as.
TIic iuliticiil character of The Tivrs nill I, a
cter, a hoM, fiarlrs, outsjuikm aii'l pnsrcMive
Kcpublicani-tn, tme to the tausc whicli tared the
Nation, and nhiih will redeem the Hate from the
rule fcf rings and factions.
It will stand by th People in all their el!-Tts f.jr
nutriial iro-peritr jnd social progresj arc! reSrm,
and will expo vTexy sihciuu which shall injure
thsKpyl name or rct.trl the growth of Kansas.
DAII.Y, per year
WEEKLY, per year..-
Five topics of the Weekly, one jer.
I'afch lo the g-tter-up of every club.
UNIVERSITY OE KANSAS,
rib INST1TUTIOF SOW AIiRDS FULL
facilities for pro .ullsa, regnlar or select
coorses of study in the Sciences, Aadeat and Mod
ern Languages Drawing aad Music.
The collection of anparaU has (ately been largely
increased by tbe addition of new aad costly instru
ments which have beea selected with special refer
ence to extended and thorough instruction in Un
man Anatomy and Physiology, labratory practice
in Chemistry, observatory practice In Astronomy,
ami office and field practice In tbe Natural Sci
ences, ami in Surveying and Engineering.
Board can be procured ia tie eitrat as roasonaWe
rates a at say other place In the 'West. Students
wbodedreit will find ample facilities for boarding
The first session of the academic year 1870-71,
begins i Wednesday, Sept. 7, ISTe-f
Tlie regular examination for 'admission will he
held oa tbe 7th and 8th of Septemlier, commencing
each day at 9 al in.
For catabigues and further particulars apply to
President of Ihe Cnivenitr,
autdltwt Lawrence. Kaa.
X. S. GRANT,
141. aad 443 Uawmae street,
, r V - -
wnotr.sALe axD sr-raix. Drutia ix
AaKDEK, xTELD AKD FLOWEK SEED,
Surprise Oats asoiee Sel Com, Early Eoe Pota
toes Moline and Oanlen City Plows, Brown's Core
Planters, Excelsior and Champion Beaivn and
Mowers, Marsh Harvesters Vibrator Threshing
Machines Buckeye J rain Drills and all kinds of
ITJlD. STRAYED. PFSON'.S IIAVINO
lost Hones, tattle or Stack of any kind, may
tod the sane by forwardbw s minute description of
Mock, with ail was ef owner, to ae at I armingtoa,
Atchison County, Kansas.
aw Terms rrasoaante.
New You, Aafut 1 tb I8S7.
AllowuetocaUyoarattealioato tar PREPA
RATION OFCOJIFOTSD EXnUCT OT3CCHU.
Tbe coiupoacnt arU are BVCBU, loxo Leaf,
CtBEBs, JENIFER BERRIES.
MODE OF PREPARATION.
lUiehu in racno. J uniper Berries by dlstUlat ion
to form a fine gin. Cuteta extracted bj displace
ment by liquor obtaird from Juniper Berrie. con
taining very little sugar, a gmall portion ofjpirit,
and more palatable than any now ia use. Tae ac
tive iiroperties are by this mod extracted.
Buchu, as prepared by Druggists generally, is I
a dark color. It b a pi t Ihst it ito fragrance ;
the action of a flame dctTwy thU its active princi
ple, leaving a dark aad grntlBoos decoction. Mine
U the color of ingredient. Thn Buchu ia lay prep
aration prcloiuiiiateii; theamallnt quantity of the
other ingredients are added, to prevent fermenta
tion; upon Inipectlon, it will be found not to be
a Tiaeture, u made in rhannacuptca, our Is it a
syrup and therefore can be used la ce where
fever or inlanuiatioa exists. In this yoa have tba
knowledge of the ingredients sad the modeof prepa-
Hoping that jou will IiTorH with a triat, and
that uiou iuectioii It will meet with your appro
bation, With a feeling of contdencr,
I am very respectfully, ,
H. T. HELMBULU.
ChcniUI an-1 Irusgut of IG years experience In
Philadelphia, and njr located at bb Mug snd
Chemical WartNmv, X'l Jlmadway, Kw Vorr.
From the laigtot Msnulacturlng Chemist In the
"I am at-ruainted with Mr H. T. HelmboW; he
occupied the Drug Wore opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting the busiaew where
others had not be en equally to before him. I have
been favorably iuipres-cd with hb character and
Firm of Powtrs A Weightiuan, Manufacturing
Chemist", Ninth and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
Helmbold's Fluid Extract Bnchn,
tor wcaknes.1 arising from indiscretion. The ex
hausted powers of Nature which are accoui'ian'ed
by so many alarming symptoms, among which will
be found, Indisposition toKxert ion, Loss of Memory,
Wakefulness, Horror of Disease, or Forebo
dings ef Evil, in fact, universal lassitude, prostra
tions and inability to entrr into the enjoyments of
Tbe Constitution, on-e affected with Organic
Weakness, requires the aid of Medicine to strength
en and invigorate the system, which HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT BUCHU invariably does. If no treat
ment is submitted to, consumption or insanity en-
II t.iM B' ili' s Flviu Extbait IlTviiu, ia afleclions
peculiar to Females, is uncqualed by any other
preparation, as ill Clorosis, or Retention, painful
ness, or Suppression of Customary Kvacuatioo,
Ulcerated or Schirrus state of the Utcroj, and all
complaints incident to the sex, whether arising
from habit of dissipation, iuirudf nee in, or the
dci line or change of lifr.
Helmbold's Fluid Extract Badra
Improved Rose Wash
will radically exterminate from the ryttm dbta-is
arising fiom habits of dbsipaUon, at little expense,
little or no change in diet, no inconvenience or ex
posure; completely superseding those unpleasaat
dangerous remedier, Copiivaand Menury, in alt
L'sElln.VboLii'.s Flud UxiRai.T BttuuiaaU
diseases of thec organs whether exbtiag in male
orfmale, from whatever cause originating, and no
matter of how long standing. It U pleasant in taste
and odor, "immediate" in action, and more
strengthening than any of the preparations of Bark
Those suffering fprni broken-dawn or delicate
constitutions piocure the remedy al once.
Tbe reailer must l aware that, however slight
amy be the attack of the above diseases, it Is eex-
.tain to eff-ct the bodily health and mental powers.
All tbe above diseases require tbe aid of a Diu
retic. HELM10LDS EZTIAOT 1UCKU
is tbe great Diuretic.
Said by Druggists everywhere. Price 11,23 per
bottle, or 6 bottles far ,30. Delivered to aay ad
dress. Describe symptoms in all communications.
Address U. T. HELM BOLD, Drat; sad Chemi
cal Warehouse, .791, Broadway, New York.
NOSE ABE GENUINE UNLESS DOSE UP
in steel-eapaved wrapper, with lie atsallle of
mj r-hetBleal WarebMMe. sad aieaed
H. T. HDJIBOLD.
" or .
XL ut?s Female Acwttear
CUNDCCTED BY THE
HItTRf OF CHARITY,
la a . .b- ai.-m., p. j X.
j.wa1 sua sbbsb yMUHjay.) wa ssj -aau -- ---- -
MEIUE, BUhopof Leavenworth, Kansas.
rOUST S.UST 3IAP.Y IS LOCATED SOCT1I
r Leavewwortm on a beautiful elevation.
c a view or toe citv and t on, and nie
f the' Missouri river, north and sonth
tt the eye tan reach.
frhegroaadscoaapnse ttfty-seven acres. Anex
tsastw pby-groand in appropriated exclusively to
tnetisenfthepufkUa. The conveniruce and com
ff of the interior arrangement of the building are
npiip nanloas aad well reatiUted dormi
)aies. toilet rooms, graml study hall, numerous
rtrrtctfen ioomk, Music and drawing rooms, large
refectory and refreshment rooms inSruury snd
dfcpensarv In a word, no pains have tsscn spared
to reader St. Mary' s oae of the most desirable edu
cational institutions in the West.
m Academic Tear dates from the first Monday
ia September, aad closes on the last of June. It is
divided into two sessions of fire month each. Pu
ps entered after the commencement of the session
ase charged only with the portion that uiayre-
"Sa reduction will be made for those who are
withdrawn before the expiration of the Ssiswion,
except in case of sickness.
1KB COU1ISE 0 UrSTRTJCTIOH
la fit. Mary Female Academy comprises:
Orthography, Reading, Ttaln and Ornamental
Penmanship, Arithmetic Crammar, Klocution,
Ancfeat aad Modem (Jeographv, Oolt-gy, Ancient
aad Modern History. Natural 1'hilir.iphy, lthet
oricand Criticism, Prose and Poetical l"sniition,
Phvsioloey, Mvthology, .Vstronomr. srith tlie use
tf thetltohes, Logic, Moral and Intellectual Plil
loaophy. Chemistry, with the usef dwmical appa
ratus Botany, Algebra, tiewuetrv, Analvsis,
Book'keeplnK, French, tlenuan anil Latin Lan
gaages Music on the llano forte, lLtrp, Jlelodeon
ad (initar. Vocal Murfe, Drawini, I'alnting in il
and Water Colors. Crajon Painting, Ilain and Or
namental Nersllewnrk, Taestrv, Kiubnddcrv,
Croihet and lice work, Zeih;r aiid Wax Flowers.
Hoard per Session . ST5 flu
Tuition of the Senior fin les, per session li; m
Taitiou of the Junior eink?, jur -essioii I- )
Music on the llano, extra " -l
Music on Han, extra ... 3i s
Music oil (tuitar, extra ...... .. '" tl
Washing, dc W w
Bed and Bedding. s
Needle Work ia all its Tarieties ."
For lessons in l"ainring in Water Odors,
Crayon laintiinT, Zephyr and Wax Flow
ers, there will c an extra caargcof SI
lr rssou each.
Vie of Chemical Aprsiratus, extra - "O
ftsr of Library "I tj
U'AIX PAYMXirrS MUST
MADE Uf ADVANCE.-
Ihe sifter ill spare no pains t- lender this
Academy worthy of ex tensive paL-onage. Tb
health and haptilness of their pupils willtl- con
stant obieits of their soli, itudc, whil: they will en
deavor dally to Instil inUv, their tender minds and
hearts tlie principles of : noral rectitude.
The discipline is mild but firm, ami the strict
observance of rules Is re Joined upon all.
A.1 an incentive to etix apt Jicatlon, meda!.. in
all the e!a."se?. are distributed en the fir-t Monday
Ifiptovus rrif ' ton fond wren Ituvr e:iy ir Vi p
ttugh tkt tutut Academic ntiwaenf stvditi.
To avoid intrrruptiau of clsscs. visits to (itipih
are confined to Saturday, and can Ik made ynlv by
tkeir parents, U.-ter-, uncles and aunts. Others
wW not be received, ca'ei. finually authorized by
parents or gdardians.
No deduction will lie rude for aliuecce. unle.
eatisea ny siexnefs. l-upits are rcpjirnl to lirinr
all necessary articles for t be t dla t,
IWTor the maintaiuam! of"il onlii, it j,re-
osjicd tut all puails assbt m.Ui prefinely, at, fj
pnniic uuiics oi mugjon.
Alt eommmilcations rcsr-ectrn- fhe cide!uv
asUressed to the MOTHER SjUt'EHIot; OV .-'
JfAJtY'h FEMALE AC.rKlY, Uavensvh,
Karnas. will retime imuiedbitc attention.
CHEAP LANDS 1'OR SAI3T,
..SOIaU OX JaO4. Xa.M
IANTA FE RjULROAD COMPANY,
this foiir.Nr aai: cnvrVirr niMi roissi k
DT LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
The Celebrated lly of Iju J kaown as the
This Ls one of the finest tracts of
the liiXT UF WATER and a imrtioiiV.r.
The! Ijislsarenow ofll-rcil for vaje fortliebrvt
tiiuo. ou easy terms, being on riVB rum' riMK
vrmi iSTemjfr at 7 r.R c..nt rrat annum, as f.,I
lows: At tiuie uf the purchase, one-nftli cash, ith
interest on defcrrnl payments for one year.
Second yearnojwrment miiilred, except interest
for one j ear. Lach year thereafter one-filth ot
prinipal, together with InUri-a on remaining de
ef or particulars apply to or address
IK L. laAKI.V.
Land CoBinilesloner A. T. fc 8.F.B.R. Co.
a A1VDM ! XiaUyK ! !
KAXSAS I.A.M FOR SAI,K.
TH1SK LlNIiS Wr.ItK 6I.TJ-CTE1 IS If,
and are among the Iiest in the State. Thev lie
in twenty diferrnt lountics. seventw-nof wKieb
Most of t hem are near TOWNS, or within . ttle
BMBtt. Considering the iiuality and l-xration, they
Clwapest lands for Sale in the State.
tra per aei
for particulars, jddrejs
T. H. WALKhK,
THIC lU.VT TllOUIMN WHO rsa
Xaa.amtk3-"cs.Bai s9 aaflCxx-i.a
cilxb-uted rr.rtri cti
SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES
pronounce them to be the inet
PERFECT, M.EASANT & BBILUANT GLASsEs
The large and ineaeasing demand tr tLem is a
tore sign of their superiority.
All that Science has discovered and Art perfected
is embodied in these keaatUul leases.
They HTSiMiTHO' and racaxxyt: run mmit,
are easy aad pleasant to wear, ami last many yean
XL ato a". 33OlK.ola9.M.aral,
Watchmakers, Jewelers and Opticians, Delaware
street, aas aolvsnau far
from whom only caa they beobtaiaed.
BOTUdAwSl HARTFORD, CONN
. r. rORLASD,
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
Bay aad -Sells Government Bond., aad does a gen-
feMTdawOT eral Banking lmines
THE STATE OF KAKSAS,
' Leavenworth County. "
la the Probate Court, in and for said County,
lit the matter of the Estate of Clara M. Keed, de
ceased. VrOTICE is kewyivenrtlsat LrtU. vt AUmin
i utrati.-rhatS beea'sMBtSit to tka uoaWeignnt
or the Estate of Clara M. Keed, late of said County,
deceased, by the Honorable, the Probate Court of
tile Count v'acd Siste aforesaid, dated the 13th day
of Julr.'Al 1: 1STW.' Kowall non, having
claims agaitut -to add estate, an Uertby.notified.
that they must present the same to the undersigned
for allowance within one year from the date of said
letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit
of such estate, and that if rack claims be not exhib
ited within three years after the date of said letter,
thev hall be forever barrel.
IL. L. BALDHIDOE, Adm'r
of the- Estate of Clan JL, Bed.- UecM.
Leaven-vorth Otv, July 21, 1ST0. jyil-
Xeticeito Prterty Owners-
City Cikek's Orncr,
's Orncr, "1
a, A. 1. 1ST0.J
YOl. ANIfE.CirOFYtHT. ABB HEREBY
nctificsl that at an adjourned meeting, beld by
the Cltr Councilor said City, on the 29th dayot
Jane, "A. D. 1570, the S.lfowing resolutions were
Resolved, That it is necessary to grade Cheyenne
street from Second street to Mam street.
.ItesoKcd, That it U necessary to lay a plank side
walk, ix feet wide, with while oak stringers and
pine platform, and the necessary stono crossing!
three tod wide across the cross street', lietwcefl the
points uaiuetl, on the west side of Seventh street,
fceru Shawnee street to the south line of Metropoli
tan avenue, except 1S, foe in front of lot E,
block 111, and 21 fet ein front of lot 46. block 93s
Resolved, That it U necessary to lay a wdewalj.
ten feet wide, with pine platform and white naK
stringers, and the necessary stone crossings ttn,s5
feet wide across the cross tn t. between the points
named, on the west side of Main treet from Che
okee street to Walnut street.
nd von, and each of you. are hereby further
notified", that unless a majority of the uwncrs f
"T'i. r'..rf, nwi.i;,.-.ln theCitv. fevcctit perrons
claiming an fntere-t in such pmivrty by rcasouof
Tax Titl.-s and liable to I taxed for such wors or
inpnmimnt) shall, ou or before Monday hP!
dav of August. A. D. 1370. fitewith the City Xlerjs.
of "said City, their protest against said inipr0!0
nlents, theUlty Council will order -old iV;
meat to be made, and contract therefor, ail levy
amleollnttl-e taxes fur the aine, a. provldc.1 bv
the City Ch.irter and Onliiuncvs --.sn-d in I-unu
A true copy nftheorislirtl vesolutionsv
V.M. W. Cl'EH.HTOS, City !crk
Xotiecto Properly sMf
I'lTV'l" , ,
la-aviiiv.ort' f Orncr.-
--. VN1, j-wll ' l.y Iff. A. 1. 170. I
f ..'tittVu, a. V -: Vtr ai:k hkrlm
r,l,T-i -Cm. on the ltahdarof Jnlr.
ifoptol: " 'he ''l"lnK resolution ncie
laink'sl1-'!.' .7a, V " "-"- to construct a
K rt,,"--!:"' ,-,h P"' Phtftrin
i,wJ 'Uitc.M)i Mnu.Ti. on the west side of Kiirt
stwt, in front of I. ts in ,,,! M. -.t. 13; also on
:".- -stide of Matn street l-etttien Osage and Tot-Ma-aiomie
stns-ts, excepting in fmnt of lots 3, 4,
. and (.. block 1 1 t;it v Proper.
And yon an J rajh of rra. are hereby further
no.ihnl, that unless a majority ef the owner of
iich rropony, residing in the Citr, (excel t mtoii .
claiTung an interest In such property by reason of
rax Titles, and liable to Irs taxed for if.h work or
shall, on or Ivfore Mondar, theflth
suls-r, V. 1 ls70. tile with iheClty
Cite thf ir I'rotot against said itiv-
1iyrrucutx. the City Council will order said mi
tnip.sj omenta to be mie, and contract therefor
and levy and rrllcrt l'i ta-es fir tli- si-ne, as p--Mded
l.y the City Charter an 1 Ordinances a-ed in
I diinut null In ill f..r in (u, reader, that lir.
Wonderful, ,.r any other in in, has discovered .i
remedy that cures Consumption, when the lungs
arohilftoiistitiied, in sluirt nillt.ureall diM-as
whelliirofmind, l.-lynr e-lnle, make mn liv
forever, and Icatedea'th to play for want of ork,
amlto make our MiMiiuarysplieVeaMif,,! paradise
to whiili Heaven it--lf shall bo but a side sh.m
You have h-anlcnMii:li of that kind ofhuiiibiigger
liut when I tell jou tint Ilr. Sage't tVitarrh Kem
slv will ositiYci) cure the worst eases of Catarrh
in tbe Herd I onlv assert th-it which thousands
-iii ti-itify to. I will ay S"mi Inward for a cojC.
tint 1 cannot cure. A pamphlet giving .svmptnr.i.,
and other information H-nt free to any "address.
This remedy is
toi.i in most pnrooisTS is .i.i. pacts
of tui: woui.0.
Price .If) cents. Sent by mail stiiaM, on rect ipt
of sixty cents, or four packases for two dollir..
Ileware of counterleiU and wort'iks iiuitatioiis.
ttsr tint my private Stamp, which is a positive
Ko.iiaiiie7 oi iteuuiiii nes, i uimn Hie outsuli
nrapiMT. KeiiiemlN'r tliat this private Stamp,
issue.1 by lis' United States ('oveminent expre-lf
for stauipiu.; my meiliciucf, h.u my portrait, naiuV
and address, and the words "P. S. Certifieate ot
eiiuiiieiifss." engraved upon it, and ui-ol not !
ni'lMLiU'li. Piin't lie swiiidlcl by travellers, ami
others reireeiiting theui'Iies as"r. Sue; I am tho
only man now living tliat has the know ledge and
right to manufacture the flenuino Ilr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Ueiuedy, and I never travel to sell this medl
ine. 1L V. Kerce. M. I.
aiigl'Mwe.t i.n Seneca street, IIutTalo, N. Y.
IT IS XOWtlVKIt
FOI.TY Uis .INCETIII.s
J llUsIlf III'
was utrrrcd a.a remcslv r Wonus. ami
Imm that time its reputation has steaililv harea.!
until at the pro-K-nl day it is alaiost uuiCrrvill ai -knowhslivl
thnmhiytit nearlyall parisof thi world
to b; the Mixcr'igii remedy. Worm Uiiifettion.-.
inane more i.ir im puqsine or pleasing the i-alate
thaiiorrrrouiing thoilisi-ase, have Inn inaiiii
fiirtutnl all ovi r the country; but tutirsbort lea.--of
lifeisnearl cxhaii"tcil, and It. A. Fnhnestnel's
Venuifugo(ontiiiiiis to grow in favor tlaily. tliil
dren often look lule and siikly from no other cau i
than worms, mid spx.ms are ninst frequently the re
sult of these hidd 11 sapT.rs and millers.
When they are irritable and feverish, sometimes
tRiiiigAsluiid eaiiu ravenously, again leluiiug
u In. Ii-j. me. lid, tossing rc-tK-i-tvitisIei ping, 11105 n
iiigamlgnnililig thn Ueth. then busssntmlthest
symploiiis are indications of worms. '
Uiieasincsand uin in Ihealnlincu, i'lbII
ingand lunlucss, are gtni rally atuudaut upon the
prT nee of these hiiMen saffrt and mini n.
Many a helidesschiM has lieeri laid in thegrm;.
when tli; ilr-raie hicii -au its death has Iss 11
entirely misunderstood, and nlmi wonus (men -ally
bii the cause. It has Issva proved tevoiel
cavil, that worms exist in the human system frmo
earliest infancy, therefore pirtnts especially moth
ers, hi. are more constantly ith llieir cblldreii.
cannot ! toi obrvant of ths hpt symptoms of
worms, fi r so surely a.s thiy exit, can they be
safi ly and spiodily nwnsl from the inict delieale
infant, by the u.-oof It. A. fahucei'k's Yeruu
I'hysiriaris do not hiitatc to recommend it and
li1 it in their pra tie', und ciauy of Ihc met emi
nent of the profession, from all pii t ef Hie country
testily to its uniform su;cej. In tut, it NKVtfw
FAILS. It has frciincntly ben given tochildfii
as a safe, purgative, not suspectim the eaiiieoftli
illn-ssj, and large 'jiuiititics of sunns wero di.
ehargeil and lrnmeiliate relief afTonh-d
I tn-at caution must lie used by every piiri baser to
be liisown jujge Ju uii.s.u.ey and tocxainir.eeveiy
bottlT lie buy of II. TheimpIo name of Fanyr-STrx-K
is not sulficict. He niu-t Idle tluIy .end
can fully to scibat the inltiaLs are 15 A. PuiM.
sTfsjj, and 1 tati'lil with nothing el-e.
SCHWAKTZ t HASLETT.
MIC KvsOK.1 Tli
B. A. FAJaJfESTOCK'.S
t in ls7
Knohoyc Koll Foundry'.
hureh, Aca-Iemy. Factory. Fann, Fire-AIarnt
Bells, maile of I'ltK Bm.l iltTAL, 0.pT and
lilt, marrantnl in iiuality, lone, durability, .te ,
and mount"! with our Iatent iMi-Koyrii Kotatish
Hanging". llliutratl 'alalicues tt nt free.
VAXMZE.V ft TEfT
ICC and 101 East cocd trye.
Police of lKsolutioii or Part
iicrstliip. THE PAlrTNERsHlP HEKETUFOIU: EXIar
IN; l-twetn the uiidersignel lit ihc bu-Ine
of life Insurance, Silicic. is and Agent, under tlw
Cnu name and style of Whitten A Hopkins, is thisr
day dis,lTe.l In every resjieet by mutual consent,
the tinders'gMd J. 1. W bitten," withdrawing from
the firm and as-'gniug all his right, title and Inter
est In and to all moneys due or to lns?ome due said
flrr.i, bother with all property of every decn-.-Hon
Is-binging thereto, to O. .'I. Kopklii-, who Is
alone authorized toMttle the business of the late
firm and to u-e and si,i the firm name therefor.
.1. I. WIIITTEX,
July 30th, I'lTO. U. J. II0FKIS&.
NOTICE OF FETITIOX.
X'otici: ii nrurr.T chven thvt a pi:-
Xl TITIOX will 1.) proente.1 t Hie Hvanl ot
County I ommiAsioners of Leavenworth Couulv,
Kansa, 011 the fifth day of September, 1S70, the
object of which is to b"at and ejien a public road
feet in width deserill as follows: I"eginning in
the la-avenwortli and O-kaloosn road at the north
west comer of section (ITS) twenty-aine, toit.-Iiiy
(9)nln, rangi) twentjr-fro, "thence due north
onsaJd section line dividing se-tions (lUj nineteen
and (JO) twenty, township (9) nine, range (i:
twenty-two, 1 hence due north on said ect ion Iin,
running l-tween the southwest nuarterofsectlou
M" seventeiT, and the southeast iuarfer of section
lis; eighteen, lown-liij. (!) nine, rangeCH) twentv
two, to where said line strikes the middle of tile
Perryviile and Leavenworth roul in Ilizh Prairie
Township. v. 11. ItoniNsON,
Iv21wll6 lTincipal lvtitlr.er.
OA (Ul AtliafTS" WANTED. A WATCH
CTr.'M M I given gratis to every irson, male or
female, ind terms wnl fre, to tear from Si to
S23perday, sure. Itu-lne-s entirely new. Can be
done al home or lraelliu. No gin nterprise or
hnmbuj. AdJrc-s. v.. 11. rillDlSTEK,
al; 2i" ItroaJtrar. Ne it York.
TirASTnD-P.Y A YOCNU II AN AVHW
II thorouzhlr uiid rstands the management of
horses, emidcvmeut as tamster no olnectlon to
the country. Addn-n CIIAIILKS RIVElte".
ailiwil -Jiriogiiiie, S.SII