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ICBSto'iAL'GUST 25, 1870. t
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
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IS : SO am Mall, daily except Monday
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m. 1 Mail end exbtct sxwin.
4:00 p. BL.
Sight do tfo .
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s:J..a.m. ' Hall ana r.xpress, onn
12-l.ia.in. I Sight Express d. .
12:45 a. tn.
:li) p. in. I St. Joe Accnrad u..
Train leaving Leavenworth at
connection with train leaving St
fir Chicago and the East.
10 n. m. make
Joe at 11 p. in.
in 4(t am-! Bevcrlv..
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n l am! Platte Citr
W. K. W.
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-SAXKIHAI. A ST. JMUTI.
X :M a. in. " Kimtu a ia St. Joseph
, A ST. JOHfcTU.
xnre a ia St. jmrpn ( u iM a. hi.
4:03 i.m. v do' "via Harlem ! 7:18 p.n
7-10 J il via St. Joseph-.-, I.ISS43 a.m.
Ouinil.iw-.-s leave cni hotirhcfbre the show tlms.
We acknowledge the; roceipl of an invita
tion to attend llie Platte County Agricultural
and Mec!iatiic:il Association Fair, to lie held
S'I!. t!7tli, 2SlIi, 29t!i With and (M. 1st.
Tiih cirLiilation of TiieTi.mks never in-Tt-.isil
a fat h it docs "at the present time.
S:iWrilfcr! are rolling in by hundred-, from
all parts uniit-.Su.?.
ATiToT'TFTi the fwtioii of tlie Kans l'a
'i(ie liailtvay ju-t coiiij.lclcil hrii not' lH?n
aniVikil by the eoinjiany. ia'iif;ers are
taken thnti&ht i lk'UVer without ltnuf Iium.
Bl'aisrw" is- liri-k at tlie-o:i1 shad and
iiitistantly increasing. An enormous quau
ily of the article is now ln-ing taken out
daily. I'lie layis if rbeap fuel will Ik warm
ly weleiiuusl ly ju'Viir jieople.
Hr..v. Akkk's hoie, '" Kansas Chiel,"
wljidi uoii luo jmt-s.:it l;iflaL, and "Kati-s:i-
Queen."- have U-en mIJ for 510,000.
Mm Slate i looking up in ltirf uutteir, and
is fast winning a good reputation.
TiiKVnrwviirsof llie M-eond . line -of the
I.t-.rvenwortlr TojK-ka railroad will pmir-
alily reach lAivenworth to-lay or to-morrow
They have lieen out about fotlr weeks.
This lite is much shorter titan the other. It
.,srtttl th.-jt the locating party will soon
Ik- at work.
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Fat C'ATn.i- The AniLsteads eaine in
from .Jcfl'er.in County yoterday with ISO
head of fat cattle, Mime of the host ever
brought to this market. The people of Jcf
fetxiii arc looking forward to the building of
the Topekarroad witl-mnch intere4,vo they
can ship their nlock and grain nearer home.
Fiiti:i:.v iniuiigraut wagons huuled uith
peoIe and hou-chold good from Iowa
pasMil( through the city yesterday, en loute
fur Jefferson county. One of the men said
they had come at thi msi-oh so a to exjwri
enee a Kansas October, of which thev bad
heard fff lniich. Aie'Ji(pe they may Fee
many in the State, with a bounteous harvest
Kax-s.vs City Cnxsrs. A Leavenworth
lady who visited Kan-as City a few days ago
wa called o:i in the dining room of the hotel
Lfh(: 1k iiad been ii the city an hour, by a
man " '" K-'" to iii-sniii ner lor eviwnn
items. She told him her place of residence,
but the fieputy matvhal said that did not
make any dillerence. The census takers of
that place haw l.i-ii enrolling the names of
travellers lor several weeks past. The pro
bability is that there- census rettirn"will be
thrown out :u Washington. They cannot
legally show over 10,000 jieoiile.
1)i:atji or Coi. CiiENou'KTii. By a let
ter teceived last night, dated Canton, July
st, we le.irneil the satl news that Col. H."l
Chenoiveth, l". S. Con-ul at Canton, died in
that city on the ilst of June. He has left a
widow and two children, one having died
since hisanival in China. Hi disease was
coiMimptiou, contnuT'cd during our war.
We have only time now to make this brief
announcement, but sliall soon endeavor to do
tame justice to the memory of a man who
deserved to rank w ith the Sjiut". The fami
ly of Col. ChcnoWcth are left in destitute
A Cami Mkkttjhi forTongJimxie'Circuit,
Ix-avcnwortli Iirict, lCansas Conference,
will Ik- held thirteen miles west of Wyan
dotte, at E hvardsvillc station, on the Kansas
1'acitie Ifailway, commencing August 31st,
li?7. "Excursion tickets will be sold at
Wyandotte and Kansas City. Trains for the
camp ground on the Sabliath, will leave
yyandotte at 7 a. tn. Kansas City and State
Line at 8:20 a. m.; returning, will leave the
iMinp ground at 5 p. in. A tonlial iuvita
is exteudetl to all iersous to mine to the
Tongonoxie, August 18th, 1870.
. (!ko. W. Wool.
Ftiilliou of I.i-i"imorlh ('aalBljr.
'e are iu.k-btisl to V. S. Alarshal Hous
ton for the following partial retunis of the
population of jeavenwnrtli Cinty. The
returns from the Second Ward, Sherman,
Keno, Fairmount, Tonganoxie, Delaware,
High Prairie and Stranger townships are
not vet in:
EoYrTiAX Cokx. A gentleman who
lives about six miles west of this city, has
some Egytian corn, the yield of which ex
ceeds anything we have ever Iwfore heart of.
He planted fifty-two hills, one kernel in each
hill, and the product is 210 stalks and C30
ears, Wing an average of three ears to the
stalk. One hill produced eleven stalks and
thirty-eight ears. This com was imported
by Judge L. D. Bailey, who sold it last year
for seed at two cents per grain. It has
something the appearance of popcorn, and Ls
excellent for fodder when sown broadcast,
Cattle eat tt stalks and all, TnecorrtDea
of the above figures can be certified to, on
application. We do not mention the name
of the grower for the reason that the crop is
not yet gathered, and the owner does not re
quire any assistance in taking it in out of the
A Tua; Sam Sbt Mlameir Star
A young taan named Delos Mitchell, who
has for sometime been employed by the
Transfer Company, committed suicide near
East Leavenworth on Tucaday night lart.
The circumstances which led to the act are
stated as follows: Mitchell had formed an
attachment for a colored girl in Platte
county, and being in Leavenworth a few
days ago, became the subject of severe taaat
on the subject by some of his companions.
On returning to East Leavenworth, he met
with similar treatment, and at last, oa the
evening named be wrote a letter in a blank
book in his pocket, in which he requested
that what money he had be gives to the
girl, west to the edge of a slough below
town and shot himself throagh the head, hi
hodyfidliK into the! water where k was
owyeaieraayBonuBg. About $70, were
found in his pucket, and Jlie is said to have
home'more. due him in this city, which is
also to le paid to the object of his affections.
Mitchell has been staying at the lioutajuif
M: Andenon: in PJattccoikitv for a- Mint
time lat. He always bore a good character
as far as wc can learn.
Kailreatl anil firitlce Mcctinirat t'alr
inouat. A meeting of the inhabitants of Fairmount
township was held on Tuesday; cvening,.at
I'Fainnoufit Station; AV II. JoiinsoTSEsrj
Chairman, J. A. Blackmail, Secretary.
The meeting havii g for its object the con
sideration of the interests of the county in the
Kansas and Missouri bridge, an earnest die-
cussisn t oo!c' place vilh regircni tKtwofmT
ann inc recent action ot the .Hoard of County
Commissioners in relation to the contract
with the-Chicago &SoU!hweMern B. iL Co.
The sentiments of the meeting were em
bodied ia the following resolutions, which
were unanimously adopted:
Rerdrcd, That we approve the course re
cently pursued by our Commissioner, O. S.
Hiatt, and his colleagues, Messrs. Chapin,
'McWhirt,3IcManu.s, Spencer, Thornburg,
and Miller, with regard tn the proposed con
tract between the Missouri & Kansas Bridge
Companv and Hie Cincago v bonthwestem
Kailronii Company, aixl we advise further
delay in the completion of -aid contract,
Untii the rigjKs of Leaven worth County anil
'tier citizen "stockholders are fully and satisfac
torily guaranteed. -- -
llffrJced, That theSecreiary fnmifijk each
oftlieTS5U:il'"j)aier.s a report of these pro
ceedings. The'Tliaiiivijsj Part fir Through to Dea
der. rr.nu tl.i-St. IiuU Ki-iiuhlican.
The Ivansas Pacific railroad is at last com
pleted lo Denver. The lat rail was laid on
Monday. A despatch from Mr. Giles F.
Filley to John I). Perry, President of the
road, datcl MoiuLiv, stated that seven miles
of track was laid on the morning of that day,
and tho. last remaining distance of three
and a quarter milvw would be laid that after
noon. The gap was filled tip according to
programme, and on that day there was a fin
ished railroad al thn way from St. Louis to
Denver, the capital of Colorado. This giye
us another route to the Pacific ocean irinu
St. Ixiiit., .since there is already a branch
mad leading from IX-nver to the I'liion Pa
itie. Trade and travel will not need, now,
to go to Omaha to reach California; it will
go dircetly-through iK-nrcr and take thft
Union Pacific far out on the plains.
But it is the connection with Colorado that
is the chief U-iiifit of this event. Colorado
i- stcadilv exiiamling from a crude mining
district, into a stnnly State of large 'Hernia
tion and diversified inlu-trk-s. It is oulv a
few weeks ago that Colorado .shipped a lot of
wlieat grown on its own soil to M. Minis to
W -silil on 'Change, and the time is not
far distant when it will contribute other nns-
ductrt of its soil :ii1 lalior to'the tra4e of our
..Ui. - T, . tit i. . 4-1... rr..f:.- e'-: i . rr ... .
cot. ii nut in. ine uiiiy in ni. iiuis mer
chants to buy all that Colorado shall have to
sell and to sell all that Colorado shall need to
luy, and wc hojie they already jiereeive the
necessity of establishing relations with the
new region that may result in la-ting mutual
advantages. J5t Denver is not to be
the end of the Kansas Paiifio rKid, and no
contemplation of that city as a terminus of'
it should lie permitted. Boyond Denver lies
New Mexico, whose gold and silver deiKh-'its
siime of them the long lost mines once
worked by the followers of Cortez are jut
now being brought to light; and beyond New
Mexico lies Arizona, and still further we4
lies .California, with the magnificent harbor
of San Diego, patiently waiting for a similar
connection with St. Louis to that which San
Francico now enjoys with Chicago. The
energy that laid ten and a quarter miles of
track on the Kansas Pacific, last Monday,
will never rot satisfied till the wlioledL-tance
between Denver and Sin "Diego -sliall le
traversed with a completed road that truly
deserves the naiue of Pacific.
I'toni the Xctr York Trihuue.
Ill 1836 Louis Bonaparte, an unknown and
not particularly respectable refugee, entered
Strasbourg in a quiet manner, 'took a small
room at one of the hotels, and proclaimed
himself Emperor of the French and heir of
the hero of Austcrlitz, One regiment of the
garrison, through the influence of their colo
nel, acceirtea mm, ana wnen lie pulled an
eagle out of his pocket and placed it on the
standard. Then he marched to the barracks
and appealed tothe other troojis, but they shut
the gates ond put him in the guard house.
Three years afterwards, provided with a
tame eagle and a military uniform, he char
tered a British steamboat, went to Boulogne,
and proclaimed himself Eni'icror again.
But the eagle refused to fly, the soldiers re-fu-d
to rise, an officer urged to join the con
spiracy tore off louis Bonaparte's epaulets
and trampled them under foot, and the un
fortunate pretender, dragged dripping and
dishonored from the waves through which he
was trying to esca, was once more arrested
and sent to jail.
Having now made himself ridiculous, it
was es.-s.-nti.-il in his next attempt upon the
crown he should blot out the recollection of
his folly by making himself feared. With
the help of three or four liold and liad mili
tary adventurers he murdered a thousand or
so iieacealile citizens, shooting down some in
the street and others through their windows,
baynnetting fugitives who took refuge in the
shops, ami shutting up captives in the
prison yards, where soldiers went around
and knocked them on the head as a
butcher slays a bullock. There was
nothing ridiculous about that; so Lout
Bnn:iiaric became the Emperor XaKileon
III. L" p in this foundation of crime he
built up the worst system of despotism
which niod'jm Europe has yet had lo en
dure. He crushed the Fxench nation with
an iron hand; and, emulous of his Uncle's
wicked ambition, but without- a particle of
his uncle's military genius, he made himself
an international nuisance, the enemy of
every good government in Europe, For
some inscrutable reason jierhaps as a pun
ishment for sin Heaven lias pcrmiUed him
for nearly twenty years to keep the world in
a turmoil. At last the end mwiiis near, and
the huge fabric of fraud Is breaking up.
Democrat ir On Ira I Committee.
1'r.nii the Lawiviioo Journal of Wtslnrsilay.
The State Democratic Central Committee
met at three o'clock, yesterday, in the gen
tlemen's parlor of the Eldridge House.
There was a full attendance of the committee,
besides a number of gentlemen not nieiuliers.
We noticed among those in attendance, Hon.
(i. W. Glick, Hon. Thomas P. Fenlon, K,
C. Foster, H. Miles Moore, O. F. Precott,
Nelson AbUdt, A Bvran. Hon. H. S.
Walsh, A. (. Patrick, S. C. (ieiihart, I. B.
Shan), W. X. Alien, X. S. Ooss, 1. B. Bovle,
John D. Hartzell, X. Hoysradt, S. X.
Walker, Thos. S. Murrv, W. S, Kankin,
Ely Moore, G. W. Silwrt, G. A. Heynolds
The preliminary meeting was organized
by calling of H. Miles Moore to the chair,
and Ely Moore, secretary.
The question of railing a State Convention
was thoroughly discussed in the preliminary
meeting, and it was finally decided to leave
the matter to the committee at its final meet
ing in the evening. The preliminary" meet
ng tlien adjourned.
The Central Committee then met in final
session, when it was decided to hold a State
Convention at Topeka, Sept. loth.
Lawrence, Kas., Aug. 16.
The Democratic State Central Committee
came to an organization by the election of
Hon. Hugh S. Walsh, Chairman, and Isaac
B. Sliarp as Secretary.
X. Hoysradt oflered the following:
JfawM, That the Committee do now pro
ceed to fill the vacancies existing in the Com
mittee, a recommended to said Committee
by an informal meeting of Democrats.
Which resolution was adopted.
On motion. R. C. Foster, of Leavenworth
County, John Martin, of Shawnee County,
and W. R Wagstaff, of Miami Comity,
were elected to fill the vacancies occasioned
bv the absence of J fcr McDowell, A. J,
Mead, and T. M. O'Brien.
On motion, it was
Eesdtrtl, That a Democratic State Con
vention be holdcn at Topeka on the loth day
of September, K. D. 1870, at 2 o'clock n. m.,
for the purpose of placing in nomination a
full Democratic State ticket.
Ou motion, it was
RcMlced, That the representation in said
Convention be two delegates and two alter
nates from eachifepreseiuveiUatrwt,
Washington, August 18 Authority is
given to one gold Lank in Mobile and oat:
in Cattlettsburg, Ky.,to arrange for business.
Approved certificate of authority to com
mence business, was issued for the Xatieaal
Bank of Springfield, Mo., with a capital of
Jackson County. The population of
Jackson County, as officially returned, shows
a total of 6,0o3. The population of the
county in 1860 was 1,936. The county will
be entitled to four delegates in the mate
Convention, as the largest township, Frank
lin, has a population of 2,751, and will
be entitled to two.
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WHAT" A COKKESPONDENT SAYS OK THE
Xmv-yonic, August 18 Mrr Gaillaurdet
last night, Was Ucrfe aC the previous night,
only with not aWleriaion among the peo
ple, but wilfc hardly leii -.feeling, while the
government JrgWi'lMStK on the most
guarded gileaccciu regard, 'to-' movements of
., ...Sv WV.V ,
inc armv.v waarn-at just now purciy
strategic. The Miauterof War announces
that these movements under Bazaine have
been completely successful, and, if so, con
tinue the defjrat pf the Prussians in their
combined eflorts to cut off the retreat of the
French army. This gave the greatest
assurance to the Parisian people. Gigantic
preparations continue in France. Men ap
pear everywhere, as defenders of thcsoil,
full of confidence and with all "thef hofieful
ncM of youth. They leave Paris every few
I1UWX ujyw w JUIUJ l WIMWI w.usi
where. - 'The proclamation of Oen. McMa
hon, loved by French jieople, has revived a
failing confidence in the army,, liotwithstand
ing his reverses, but, as they were against
such terrible odds, many iinlet-dnowjeel av
sured as to the final result of the'war?'
Paris, August 18 evening General
Trochu is appointed commander in chief of
oi all me iorces ai rans, anu issuetia procla
mation requesting c nler and cahnneM, .not
onlv in the streets, but a spirit of resignation
.. . .- i? i i
under i rials consequent on the situation. He
appeals to all men ami all parties, saying he
belongs himself to no party save that of his
country, and declares that all good citizens
must, bv moral restraint, keep down thnne
who deem the public misfortunes only an op
portunity to satisfy their own detestable
The Coq Ix-gislatif has adjourned to
await further news from the scene of hos
tilities." . Berlin, August 18 A despatch from
King William dated Po!it-a-foH-W the
17th, says: 4,In a fight here yesterday we
took 2,000 prisoners, thirteen guns ami two
London, August IA An oifieial despatch
from Marslial Bazaine, dated 4 o'clock
Wednesday morning, says:
"Yesterday, late in the afternoon, wegave
battle between Doiicourt and Bronville. The
enemy were driven back, and ue bivouacked
on the JKMtion we had taken. 1 halted in
my movement for several hours, in order to
bring up a full siipplv of munitions. We
had before us Prince Frederick Charles and
(Jen. Steiniuets.?'; . is .; ir
DETAILS OF A CONFLICT AT I'OXT-A-MOUSSOX.
Berlin, August 18 I Mails of the con
flict at Pont-a-Mousson, have ju-t lieen re
ceived. Marshal Bazaine, endeavoring to
fall. lack from Metz to Venlun, was attacked
at 0 o'clock, on Tuesday morning, by five
divisions, and was forced to face altout. The
Prussians were admirably firm, though they
sustained the attack of four French corjis,
among them the Imperial Guard. After
fighting gallantly for six hours, the Prussians
of the Eighth diyi-ion were reinforced from
the Tenth Curpa. These reinforcements ar
rived opportunely. The French found that
a prolongation of the contest, wotdd be im
possible and retired from Metz, with the loss
of 2,000 prisoners, 2 eagles and 7 cannon.
Berlin, August 18 The following oflicjal
news has been made public In this city, thi
"Pont-a-Movsson Wednesday Evening
Gen. Alveiisleben advanced yesterday
with the Third corps, towards t lie cast ide of
Metz, on the line of the evening's retreat
towards Verdun. He encountered very
severe fighting with the divisions of DeCnen',
L'admirault, Froixsard, Marshal Canrobert,
and the Imperial Guard. General Alveii
sleben was sustained successfully by the
Tenth army corps, and by detachments
of the Eighth and Xinth Corps, commanded
by Prince Frederick Charles. The enemy
was driven in upon Metz in spite of his great
superiority of force, after a severe combat of
twelve hours. The losses on both sides were
very heavy, and the Prussian Generals Doe
ings and Weidle were killed, and Generals
Pausch and Gntscher wounded.
"King William, to-day, saluted the troops
on the field of battle, which has been glori
ously maintained by the Prussian arms."
A OHEAT DATTU3 lit ntOOllBM.
XewYork, August 18 Foreign tele
grams have the following: "Information
received from Verdun this morning, report a
great battle in progress near Mulatvier, a
point about one-third of the way on the road
irom Metz to Verdun. Large numbers are
reported wounded on both sides, but no par
ticulars of the battle has yet been received.
Generals Froissard and ifuttville are reported
"Information of a reliable character has
also been received in this city to the effJct
..hat a large body of Prussian troops have
entered the town of Bricv, in the department
CONFIRMATION OF THE l'KL'SSlAN VICTORY
St. Locis, August IS Oifieial despatches
from Berlin confirm the Prussian victory
near Metz, on Tuesday. Alter twelve hours
of fighting the French were driven into the
fortifications. Both sides lost heavily. Two
Prussian generals were killed, and two
PARIS TELEGRAMS SAY THE EMrEROR WAS
on Monday, with 60,000 men. On the same
day much fighting took place, the French
stubbornly contesting every step, but still re
treatiug. " On Tuesday the Emperor arrived
THE LATEST ENGAGEMENT A TRAVELLER'S
ACCOfXT OF IT.
A despatch from Briey, fourteen miles
northwest of Metz, says:
"An engagement took place near Moslc
Tour, yesterday, and travellers report that a
large body of the Prussians were forced Iqck
to the Moselle by the Imperial Guard., A
large number of wounded of tmth armies
liave arrived at Briey.
AN EXPLANATION OF THE MOVEMENTS OF
THE LAST THREE DAYS.
Xew York, August 17 The Trlbunr's
London special says: "Xo telegrams had
been received in Ixmdon up to midnight, of
Wednesday, to explain clearly the move
ments of the last three days. French ac
counts are extremely vague, but indicate
that divided councils and changing of plana
liave constantly embarrassed and endangered
the French retreat.
"On Sunday the Prussians found the
French still in great force under the walls of
Metz. Since Sunday no considerable battle
is known to have been fought anywhere, bnt
French reports of checks to Prussians west of
the Moselle, whether true or false, coincide
with 'Bazaine's retrogade movements. In
the absence of Prussian telegrams there is
nothing to show what forces, either of Prus
sian or French, remain near McU: but there
can be no doubt that Bazaine has with
drawn the main body of the French army
westward and that the French army have
harrassed his retreat by unremitting attacks
on his flanks and rear. There is no eviden
ces, however, that the Prussians have at
tempted to cut oft" Bazaine's retreat in such
force as to compel him to chose between
abandoning a direct line to Chalons and
fighting a battle.
"The latest accounts place Bazaine at
Etain, west of Metz."
EMIL OLLIVIER.A FUGITIVE.
Xew York, August 18 The Jkauerai
has the following foreign special, dated Lon
don, August 18; "Advices from Paris state
that Emil OJlivier, late Prime Minister, and
his wife, have fled from France to Italy. On
their progress through the French territory,
thev met with expressions of hatred from the
people at nearly all the stations on'the route.
The deposed Premier, when recognised, was
saluted by a storm of hootings and yells of
bate. Their entire passage through France
was attended bv demonstrations of the en
PRINCE NAPOLEON PREPARES FOR FLIGHT.
Prince Xapoleon has sent his children to
Prangona. lie has also removed all of his
valuables from the Palais Royal,
Xew York, August 17 A special to the
2Vi&tae, dated London, August 17, says:
'Our special correspondent writes from
Hamburg, Sundav, that the German fleet at
Aux Haven and WUhelm's Haven, have pot
to sea, and cannonading has since been
heard. The French delays are unaccount
able. They might have taken Aax. Haven,
completely cnaii ding the entrance to the
Elbe, hut it is now well fortified. The Elbe
is not being blockaded, and vessels arrive
gbeat Acrrrmr throughout france.
Pabis. AsamavjTherc k aveat actfnrr
onthefortiacatloos at Paris. Thousands of
asea are at work patting the defences ia bet
ter condition tana wr wey were? The
prefects of the departments of the Seine,
Vosges, McseUe, Aideaaes and Mariae have
been ordered to blow up all the railroad
bridges and tunnels in their departinents.
The prefects have also been tiiatsaiaiiil to
seal to Chalons-sur-Marne, to be enrolled ia
the corps of Gen. Trecheu, an firemen. a-
ana ail men capaoie u uear-
lag arms, as Boon as .the Piaaiiia" approach
Ckalnnil. .'- ' I '" ir
bazaine's ruts oFc4JfiAtc?r AJvitoTrD.
Gen. Charegarnier krongjy approves of
Bazaine's plan of the campaign.
It is believed that the Prussians will not
besiege any fortress, bat will reserve their
strength for actual operations, ia order to
BUHfisua their jamiernjal: preponderance in
l !l,il 10 . ' . '
'ATtATIONAL-WAR LOAN A FAILrsE.
Xew York, August 17 A special to the
lnbune, dated London, August 1, says:
'Our special corresuonPent writes from
L Berlin, on Sunday, that the attempt to raise
a national Joan of 5120,000,00U taaiers nas
broken down. Up tn yesterday milaciip
tioashad reached $50,000,000 thalers only;
but this loan did not pretend to ofter a chance
of a favorable investment."
oRttRAX inranux follows the cam-
PAIOV WITH THE HEAPCJCARTFJ18 OF THE
Frankfort. Angust 17 General Sheri
dan is with' Consul General Webster. He
has, throagh the good oSees of Mr. Baa
croft, been cheerfully' acearded peraussion,
hy( the miliary autboraies, to follow the
campaign with the headquarters of the King.
City rae4-p(aiatla r
asa Waaaiiavtaa Terrltary
a ItMllaa ASBur.
San Jrancwco, August 18 Canyon City
was burned ou the 13th. Only one house
De Lacr. Engineer of the Xorthcrn Pacific
Railroad, reports the survey down the Salmon
River to Lewiston entirely practicable.
The population of Oregon is estimated at
100,000, and that of Washington Territory
25,000, exclusive of Indians.
Gen. Stoneman has concluded a treaty of
peace with the Yarapoi Apaches in Arizona.
The conditions are that the Indians shall
protect thel whites within their boundaries,
and prereat all; ptherbaadV of savages from
committing depredations on their land.
Frs Teaste CaadHal far Uavrraar
aseveaaw Mini Asaaalteal.
Xew York. August 18 The combination
of ultra tariff men aad free traders are re
ported as preparing to bring nut Jackson
Shultz for Governor.
Assessor Scanlnn and Supervisor Dutcher,
while on a tour of observation among Brook
lyn illicit distilleries, to-day, were attacked
with a shower of brickbats and stones, which
did no serious damage, however. Thev
found twenty places in one ward in which
illegal distilling was carried on.
A renins) Ptealc,
Xew York, August 18 A picnic of the
Savage.organization of. Fenians came off at
Jones' Wont, yesterday, and was attended
by- over 6,000 people. John Savage
made a speech, condemning recents fights
lietween Orange and Green ruffians, and re
minding his bretheren that since the dises
tablishment of the Irish church the Orange
men had become nationality. Ue alluded
tothe present war, and advised Irishmen to
refrain from taking rides until England lie
The Bla Maraers Jtr. ttewartl-
Cheyenne, August 18 A gentlemanjunt
arrived from Sweetwater, reports that
about thirtyjnembers of the Big Horn expe
dition have, returned to Camp Prow. The
balance have gone to Montana. Xo lurther
details are known.
e-Hon. AV. II. Seward arrived to-day, and
was met at the depot by a large number ot
citizens, officers and the post hand. lie re
mains a day or two as a guest of Gen. King,
commanding officer of Fort D. A. Russell.
The weather is rainy.
laaiait Cantailaalaaera Carraatlaa
St. Louis, August 18 Col. Kobt. Camp
111, of St. Louis, and Felix B. Bruuat, of
Pitteburgli, Indian Commissioners, will.leave,
Monday next, to meet Bed Cloud and his
principal chiefa at Fort Laramie. They will
also visit Spotted Tail. If the Indian goods
reached Laramie in time, Campbell and
Brunat will superintend the distribution.
Gen. McDonald, Internal Revenue Super
visor of this District, is in vestigaiing charges
of corruption against Mark Johnson, Asses
sor of the Fifth District of this State.
Fires la Caaada.
Ottawa, August 18 The village of
Hells Corners was destroyed by (ire. The
inhabitants had barely time to escape
with their lives.
The fire in the woods was so close that the
city was quite illuminated. Last night two
or three bears were driven in by the fire and
appeared in the streets.
Montreal, August 18 A large fire oc
curred this morning, in the village o!
Tunneries,near this placo. Over fifty houses
were burned. Loss very large.
.1 Dread fa 1 Calllalaa the Anaasan
Xew York, August 18 The schooner
Tampico, from Sara, brings advices that a
collision occurred on July 25th, on the Ama
zon river, between two steamers. One of
them sunk within half an hour, with 200
passengers on board, and 160 were lost. She
had a cargo valued at $450,000, without in
WARNER'S PILE REMEDY HAS NEVER
Cuieal not evra in one case lo cure the very wont
rases of Blind, llchlnr or Bleeding Hies. Those
wboarr aflirtrd should iraiurdiateiy call on their
druggist and ret Wab9KBs Pilk KcaKur. It i
expready lor the Pile, and is not rrruminendrd to
cure any ot brr discac. It ha rural man x cases of
over thirty years standing. Price One Dollar. For
Kile by druggists eery where.
WARNER'S DYSPEPSIA TONIC LS PRE
PARED expntwly for Dyspeptic and thane xufler
tng with habitual CoMltenev. It Is a sliclttly stim
ulating Ionic and a splendid appetizer; it strength
en the stomach and restores the digestive organs to
their healthy stale. Weak, nervous ami dyspeptic
persona should use Wakxeb's DrsrarsiA Tonic.
For ash? by druggists. Price One Dollar.
COUGH IO MORE.
WARNERS CnCUH BALSAM la healing, soft
ening said expectorating. The extraordinary power
it poMwMes la immediately relieving, and eventu
ally curing the most obstinate cases of Coughs,
CuliU, time Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Catarrh,
HoarMrness, Asthma and Consumption is almost in
credible. So prompt Is the relief and certain its ef
fects in all the above rases, or any aUrction of the
throat and lungs, that thousands of physicians are
daily prescribing it, and one ami all say that it is
the most healing and expectorating medicine
kaoam. One dose always affords relief, and in
most cases one bottle effects a cure. Sold by drug
gists, in large' bottles. Price One Dollar. Ills
vour own fault if yuu still cough and sutler. The
KsJsam will cure.
The great Blood Pariter aad Delirious Drink,
WARNER'S YCiUSI VIT. OR WINE OF
LIFE, Lt free from any poisonous drugs or Impu
rities, being prepared for those who require a stim
ulant. It is a splendid appetiser and tonic, and the
anot 'king in the world for purifying the blood. It
is the most pleasant and delicious article ever oflerrd
to the. public, far superior to brandy, whiskey,
wine, bitters, or any other article. It Is more
healthy, and cheaper. Both male and female;
yoaag or old, can take the Wine of Life. It is in
fact, a life preserver. Those who wish to enjoy
good health sad a free luv of lively spirits, wiU do
weUtotAketkaWlaaofLae. It is warreat from
anything ", beture ia aa. Jt is sold by drug
gists; asm at all respectable saloooi. Price One
Dollar, la quart bottle.
WARNER'S EMMENAGOGUE is the oaly arti
cle known to cure the Whites, it will cure ia every
rase. Where is the family ia which this impor
tant medicine U not wanted ? Mothers, this is the
greatest. Meanaf ever oft red you, aad you should
immediately ptucars It. It b also a sure ease lor
female bregwkriUca, and but be depended apoa
ia every esss where the aaaathly law has boea aa
structad throagh cold or disease. Sold by draagJsta.
PrkaOaelJoaar. Or sent toy mail on receipt of one
DuUsr aad a quarter.
Cl STATE ST., CHICAGO.
ONLY GENTTNE STRACB PORTABLE GRIST
MiBs, tor Cora Meal, Wheat Flouring sad
Stock Feed, BoHtag Apparatus, Smatten, Cora
SheUe.'naar Packer sad MiB Work Generally.
Taese Jtuss were arstmade
to saaaly the wants of the
Floaters aad Stock Grawarset
Us Swath, Wt tattr BsBMhas
uey are bow su
Aa heretofare. ear MBm wiB --!---.
narrniatn, aneciaa as tas n mta ta waaea.
aeaa ar Jjea9Maa.rwaBnr4aBBBia
oaMlUac. seatbrauUlfrae. Aaoram. '
i i Cor. FTtt aad John ns.,aariaaaa, a
faaaTaatflan - m
VbBTbbBbbbsb1 ' "
ajawaaaj aaam aaa bbbb as arsa.
ataaaBBBBBBBBHnea aaa issata justnsa.
"-T sssaaawataaajs Mhi raS I war Maaa-
aV ! sais
C, Aafnst ISth MCT.
Allow me to rail your sttentloa to ssf PREPA
The eoaapoarat part cW'BCClIIT. 'l!ob Leaf,
CCBEBS. JUMPER BERRIES.
MODE OF PREPARATION.
Buchu la vscao. Jaaiatr Benin, hy alstHlaUVw
totuaanetiu. CulrrU ratrscted by. dUplacc
sseat by liqooc obulr.sl from Jaalper Brrrlaa, cou
Ulning very little sojar, a snail portion of spirit,
and won palatable than soy now la use. The ac
tive properties are by this saode extracted.
Buchu, as prepared by DragflsU graorally, taf
a dark color. It U a plant that emits 1U fragrance ;
the action of a flame destroys this Its active prinri- ,
pie, leaving a dark aad glutinous decoction. Minei
is the color of Ingredients. The Barha la say prep- J
arat ion predominates; the smallest quantity of the ,
other ingredients are added, to prevent fermenta
tion; upon inspection. It will betouud not to be!
a Tincture, as made In Pharmaroptn, nor is it a.
syrup and tberebre ran be used ia cases where i
fever or inflammation exists. In this you have the '
knowledge of the ingredients and the mode of prepa
ration. Hoping that you will favor It wilb s trial, and
that upon Inspection it will art with your appro-
With a feeling of confidence,
I am very respectfully,,
II. T. IIELMBOLD.
Chemist and Drul-t of IC years experience in
Philadelphia, and now located at his Drug and ,
Chemical Warehouse, .",94 Broadway, New sork.
From the largest Manufacturing CJiemlMs in the
"I am acquainted with Mr II. T. HelmboM; he
occupied the Drug Store opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting
the business where '
others had not Ixvn equally so before him. I have I
been favorably impressed with his character and
Firm of Powers A Wrlghtman, Manufacturing
Chemists, Ninth and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
HelmholdV Plaid Extract Buchu,
lor weakness arising from indiscretion. The ex
hausted powers of Nature which are accompanied
by so many alarming symptoms, among which will
be found, Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Memory,
Wakefulness. Horror of Disease, or Forelxi-
dlngsof Evil, Intact, universal lassitude, prot ra
tions and Inability to enter into the enjoyments of
The Constitution, once affected with Organic
Weakness, requires the aid of Medicine to strength
ea and invigorate the system, which IIELMBOLD' S
EXTRACT BUCHU invariably does. If no treat
ment is submitted to, consumption or insanity en-
Hklmbolu' s Flcid Extbact Broil', in affections
peculiar lo Females, Is unequalcd by any other
preparation, as in Clonals, or Retention, psinful
nees, or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Srblmis Slate of the Uterus, aad all
complaints incident to the sex, whether arising
from habit of dissipation, imprudence in, or the
decline or change of life.
Helaihold'fl Fluid Extract Buchu
Improved Bose Wash
will radically exterminate from the system disease
arising from habits of diMipatloo, at little eiti-,
little or no change in diet, no inconvenience or ex
posure; completely superseding those unpleasant
dangerous remedies. Copal va and Mercury, In all
UseHelvbold' Flcid Extbact Bcmrinall
disease, of these organs, whether existing In male
or female, from whatever cause originating, and no
matter of bow long standing. It Is pleasant in taste
and odor, "immediate" In action, aad more
strengthenins than any of the preparations of Bark
Those suffering from broken-down or delicate
constitutions procure the remedy at once.
The reader must be aware that, however aliht
Buy be the attack of the above diseases. It Is cer
tain to effect the bodily health aad mental power.
All the above disease, require the aM of s Diu
retic. BXLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is the great Diuretic.
Sold by IJruarisU everywhere. Price 11,25 per
battle, ore bottle for U.M. Delivered to say sd-
Describe symsSums ta all casssaaaicatiens.
A4diass K. T. HELMBOLD, Drug aad Cnemi
sal Warehouse, 9M. Broadway, New York.
ONE ARE GEXUCIE
UNLESS DONE UP
H. T. HELMBOLD.
HAKDWARE AXD CUTLERY.
r. i. kk-hacos,
J. F. KlCir ARDN sic CO
I1RDWARE & COTLERT,
KBbber sad Leathtr Beltlag,
BelatMit Wheellm .VH,
I John Deere'S Molilie PlOWf,
MACNEAL A URBAS'S
Backeye leaner and Mower, Xoaroe
cAKToir, o., sweep
AULTafAV TAYLOR VTBRATOK Tnreiaera
We hare the best assortment of
In the Stat. All Warehouse, Hay and Slock
Swales sold by us will le art up without
extra charge. Our tock of
IROX AND STEEL,
BELLOWS, ANVILS, VISES, Ac, IS COMPLETE.
, The attention of Merchants I called to our stock
ana prices, unlrrs sollcitea ana pruiuplly nileO.
earner Third and Delaware streets,
CHEAP LANDS TOR SALE.
MOLD OX LOXO TINE.
, SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY,
thh comfaxv ARi:sow,oFFi:nio roasaLE
LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
The Celebnttsl !sly of land known as the
This Ik uuc of the finest tracts of
ra.cl.aB ixx 3EiZA.xiaB
Uaviiu; the REST OK WATER and a portinv-
I . . . - . . .......
iikm: Lamis are now oiiereu ir sale lonnenrsi
time, on easy terms, lwitirf on five veakm' tive
WITH 1STKUHST AT 7 PKK CENT I'KR ANNUM, as fol
lows: At time of the purchase, oiie-CAh cash, with
interest ou deferred ay uieuts for one year.
Second year no pavment rtsiuired, except interest
fur one year. Lach year thereafter one-fifth ot
nrincinal. tocetlu-r with interest on reiiiainiiis de-
a for particulars ally to or address
I. I,. LAKI,
Land Commissioner A. T. It 8. F. R. K. Co.
LAKDK ! Ia A1VDS ! !
KASAN LAXD FOR SALS.
THESE L.VSDS WKI'.E SELECTED IX 1S.W,
and are among the brl in the State. They lie
in twenty different counties, seventeen of which
Most of them arc near TOWNS, or within Settle
ments. Cuii-tidrrin; the iunlitr anil !catiou, they
Cheapest Lands for Sale in the State.
Psice From Five to Ten Dollars iwr acre.
For particulars, adilrts T. II. WALKER,
marWAwM Tojieka Kansas.
Bead fer Prices aad Sample.
nruiEr must be from r. to is hands
X high, from 5 10 9 years oLl, in good flesh and
sound in all particular.. Apply to
MTh. INSLEs. Edgerton's Stable.
Leavenworth, Aug. 12, 1870. auUdawSOd
DOORS. SASH & BLINDS,
Old Stands, Cherokee St., bet. Third aud Fourth.
JAMES A. COWLES,
lyoriil atteatioB ftrem to PateatLaw.
AwaaiCAjt asd roanos rATKxrs solicited.
arOmce S3 "Washington St.va
A. K. CtABX,
. r. aosxAjro
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OF I.E AVEX WORTH,
Bays and Sells Goveraaseat Bonds, sad does a gen
fXiUND. STBAYED. PERSONS HAVING
I; bat Horses, Cattle or Stock of any kind, may
find the ssa
te by forwarding a minute description 01
stock, with address ofewncr, to me at Fansingtoo,
PIREO BY m
THK HAST THOCSASM WHO tSE
SPECTACLES A EYEGUSSES
pronounce them to be the nw4
perfect, pleasant a biuluant glasses
The large and iacreasing demand (r them is a
sure sign of their superiority.
AU that Science has discovered and Art perfected
is embodied ia these beautiful lease.
They sTBraarrarw and rBEseavx the sight,
are easy aadpleasaatto wear, and last inany years
ST. sav aT. XoLlancra,
Watchmakers, Jeweler and Opticians, X Delaware
street, are sole agents for
from whom only can they be obtained.
LAZARUS ft MORRIS,
BOVlSdAwSl If AirrFOKD, CONN
MCIIOOI FIRAITI RK.
PUBLLSHER, MANrFACTtrUF.lt. & WIIOLIV
sale Dealer in
Hcliaol Books aad Ktatioaery.
iluyot's A Mitchell's School Maps, liiirot's d'eo-
granhiea, Ulobes, School aud llaVv Furniture,
.-dates. Tablets, Charts, Philosophical Ai.paratns ,.;
WRAPPLNQ PAPER. BAGS. &c,
SO. 21 DF.LA WARE STREET,
sLeaveawortli City Kaasa.
The onlv exclusive School Furnishing Hoiw In
the State. a .fehl0daarAwl
This Is the most thorough blood purifier yet dis
covered, and cures all humors from Ihe worst Scrof
ula to a common Eruption. Ilmples and Blotches on
the fare, and scaly or rough skin, which are such
anaoying blemishes to many vouug persons, yiekl
to the use of a few bottles of 1I1U wonderful medi
cine. From one tn eight bottles cure Salt Rheum,
Erysipelas, Scald Head. Rins Worm, lu.il., V-.ly
Eraptions of the Skin. Scrofula S.n-s, Ulcers and
"Canker" in the Mouth and Stomach. It is a
pure medicinal extract of native roots awl pUtits
combining in harmony Nature's most oereinn
curative properties, which liod lias in-tillel into
the vegetable kinstloiu for healing the itt. It is a
great restorer for the strength ami vipr of the sys
tem. Tlwoo who are languid, slevplrsn. hate ner
vous apprehensions or fears, or any of the aBection
symptomatic of weakness, will find i-iiii:iciiiz evi
dence of its restorative power 1111011 trLiI. If you
foe! dull, dmwsy, dc-hilitatol ancl tlcslsiinlent, hate
frequent Heailarbe, mouth tastes badly in the
moraine, irregular apis-tite and tongue eipatisl, you
are suffering from Torpid Liver or "UiliouMiev."
In many cases of ''Liver Complaint" only a part
of these symptoms are experienced. Asa remedy
for all such eases. Dr. Pien-e's tiolden Medical I'iv
covery has no equal as it effects perfect cures, leav
ing the liver strengthened ami healthy. Forthje
cure of Habitual Constipation of the Bowels it is a
never failing remedy, and the who have used it
for this purpose are loud in its praise. In Rron-chial,-
Throat anil Lung Diseases, it has produced
many trulv remarkable cures, where other medi
ciue have failed. S.'.d by druiits at Si.d" x-r
bottle. Pretared at theChtrmcal Ijlirat.rv of
IL V. PIERCE, M. D., Kuffalo, N. Y.
IT IS NOW OVER FORTY YEARSSINCETIII
nwdiciue was ottered as a remedy for Worm., ami
from that time its reputation lias steadily innva-s-l
until at the present day II is almost universally ac
knowledged throughout nearly all parts of the world
lo he the sovereign remedy. Worm Confections
made more for the purpose of pleasing the paUt
than of overcoming the disease, liave been manu
factured all over the country; bnt their short lease
of life is nearly exhausted, and II. A. Fahnestnck's
Vermifuge coutiuues to grow in favor daily. Chil
dren often look psleand sickly from tin other can
than worms, and spasms are most fitsjut utly the re
sult of these hidden sappers and miners.
When they are Irritable and feverish, sometime
craving food and eating ravenously, again rfuin;
wholesome diet, tossing restlessly in sleeping, mn:,.i
ing and grinding the teeth, then be assured the
symptoms are indications of worms.
Uneasiness and ain in the abdomen, ith sw II
ing and hardness, are generally attendant iim Hi
presence of lhee hidden sappers and mini r?.
Many a helpless child has lieen laid in the sme
when 'the disease which caused its death hasKti
entirely misunderti)il, and when worms hive n
ally been the cause. It has liecn prrnt-l l-eioii-cavil,
that worms exi-t in the liun-ati sy.:n,i fn.i
earliest iufancv, therefore parent c-isiiallymoth
ers, who are more coiiUtitIy with their children
cannot lie ti observant of the first symptoms
worms, for sn surely as they c.it. can ih-y I
safelv and speedilv re'inove" from lh- int tl lirai
infant, by the use of 15. A. Fab.noiock'- Vernii
fuse. Physicians do not hesitate to rcenmmev! it ai
use it in their practice, and m-iiy of the uu-l ci.ii
nent of the profession, from nil iu -ts ,.f the touiiir.
testifv to its uniform success. In fit, it NKVEI
FAILS. It has frequently liii t;i:i torhildp
as a safe purgative, not u"-.-ctini; the -au.t- nf thi
illness, ami large quantities of worms were dis
charged and immediate relief afforded.
firrat eaution iiiu.it In uvsl by every pup haer t'
he his own judge in oneenv, and tiexanitiei-vrr;
l.ittleliehuysof it. The simp!,; nann of i'tiiNK
stock is not sutficiet. Ilr niu-t look ch-ly an
carefully to see that the initials are R. A. 1'aii.m:-.s-rM'K,
and Is- satisfied with nothing civ.
B. A. FAIIXESTOC K'S SOX..
ARECULAR tiRADUATK OF MEIHCINi: A.
Diploma at idBre will -liosr, has ls-:i onrt
rnesgeilin the treatment of Venereal SextuI '.
I'rivate diseases tlian any other physician !n
Syphilis, nonorrbea, tileet. Strictures. Orchitis,
Hernia anil Ruptures: all I'rinary I)i,-acs ami
Syphilitic or Mercurial aflectiom. if the Throat,
.Nkin or Bone, are lreatel with uniiarall, lel u-eis.
Pls-niiatorrhes, ss-vual Debililrand Imi'iteney,
as the rvsuilt of self-abuv in youth, sexual (f
iu matnrer years, or other causes, ami which pro
duce some uf the CdUiwin effects, as ii,turiial
emissloDs, blotches, debility, dizziness -f .i-ht,
coiifushui of iil-as. vil forlsMlincs. avStsiou to the
wlety iif females, Ims of memory anil sriual .iwer,
and rendering marriage impror, are -rmaii-iitly
TheDortor's opportunities in h'pital and privat)
practice are unstirmssed in St. Louis or any i.lhei
city. Rack files of St. Louis asvrs provi-ihat -has
Isspn located there btnger by year than any
other s ailverti.ins. The establi.liiuent, Iilrarv",
lat.,ratory and appointments are iine,jtialle,l in ifie
West, uusurjas -.1 anywhere. Aire, with exts-ri-eiice,
can he relied upon, and the Is tor can refer
to many physicians throughout the country. In
past sucre. and present position l.e stands without
The Writings of a Physh Ian wlife reputation is
Union-wide sImiiM ' worth reading.
Dr. Whittier uhli.es a Medical Pamphlet relat
ing to venereal diseases and the disstroiis and
varied eonuens-s of self abuse, that will ls- ent
to any address in a sealed envelope for two stainix.
It contains full symptom lists that will enable
thM- afflicted to iletrnuine the nature ofthi-ir 11.111
plaints and give a written statement of their s
that will answer almost aa well for the purpose- ot
treatment as a personal Interview, but where it ir
convenient the Doctor should I consulted person
ally. Those having friends that mar require advice,
can supple them with this valuable amplilet hy
seudinr their aildress, with stamp. Thus you ran
assist the unfortunate without their knowing their
benefactor. Certainly no olijt is of more iiiir
taaee than purity blood and perfect manloxl.
It is self evident that a phvsician who is.'ifme
himself exclusively to the study of a c-rtain ik of
disease, aixl treats thousands of cases evi ry day,
must acquire greater skill in that spt:ialty than one
In general practice. Many physicians reonizinr
this fact, introduce patient tothe da-tor after read
ing his pamphlet. Communication confidential
A friendly talk will cost you nothing. OfSs- ren
tral, yet retire,! No. 617 St. Charles street, M.
Louis. Mo. Hours 9 a. m. to 7 P. M. Sur.djy,
OlaO IR. W1XBER
TREATS ALL PRIVATE DISEASES. SYI'H
ilis, all forms, Gonorrbeaa, tileet, Stricture,
Ae., completely eradieated. That class of caw-t n
ultint from srlf-abusr, prwlucing unmanliiw.,
nervous debility, irritability, eruption, seminal
rmissiuus and "finally Impotency, ermanently
cured. Medhlne prepared In the establishment,
which embraces office, reception and waiting room.
also buxrding and sleeping apartments for patient.
requiring daily personal attention, and vapor and
chcmleafhaths. thus concentrating the lamed min
eral Mwtnes. Both sexes, married or single, suffer
ing frotu indiscretion, indulgence r.r exposure, I
may apply aad be cued. o matter who nave
failed, state your case. Bead what be says In hi.
pamphlet, sent to every address free. Thousand of
cases treated annually, at oflee and all over the
country. Consultation free, personally or by mail.
CIS Washington avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Hours, a
a. to. tp7p. m. Sundays, 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
K aekejre Bell Foaaalrjr.
Chnrth, Academy. Factory, Farm, Flre-Alarm.
Bell, made of Peas; Box Mstal. Copper and
Tin. warranted la quality, toae. durability. At,
and mounted with oar Patent laraovrn Botatkco
Hangings. Sllustxaxed Catalogues seat free.
VAKDCZES 4 TEFT.
102 sad 104 East Second street.
S i.0 -- S ' " : '
UNIVERSITY OE KANSAS,
THIS INSTITUTIOF SOW AFFORDS FfLI.
facilities for proccutin regular or elect
courses of study in the Sciences, Ancient aad Mod
em Language, Drawing and Music.
The collection of apparatus has ately been larxlr
increased by the addition of new and costly instru
ments which have been selected with sjiecial refer
ence to extended and thorough instruction In Hu
man Anatomy and Physiology, labratory practice
in Chemistry, observatory practice in Astronomy,
and office and field practice lu the .Natural Sci
ence, and iu Surveying and Engineering.
Board can be procured ia the city at as reasonable
rate at any other place ia the West. Mudents
who desire It will Had ample facilities for bjarJin
The first session of the academic rear aSTO-71,
begins Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1ST".
The regular examination for admission will be
held on the 7th and sth of September, commencing
each day at 9 al m.
For catalogues and further particulars applv t.
President of the Universitv,
anldltwCt Lawrence, Kas.
State Normal School.
LEAVENWORTH STATE NORMAL
ill be ready for the reception of pu-
Wednesday, September 6th, 1870.
An efficient corps of teachers Ls engaged to Rive
instructions in all the branches necessary for rniu
nletc preparation in the teacher's work," including
rawing, vocal music and calisthenics. Tuition
and text books flee.
A convenient Boarding Halt has been -purchased
ind fitted up by the City, and youngs ladies ran be
boarded at cost rates, (probablv not exceeding three
or fo-.ir dollars per week, including fumtVje-I nonis.
!c . lights washing. Ac.) under direction and
maagciuent of a suitable matron.
The session will continue twenty-one wetk.. In
cluding the Christmas holidays.
For particulars, address
P. J. WILLIAMS,
Superintendent and Principal, Leavenworth.
Toxoanoxik, Kan.. Au.;. tilth IsTO.
SE.II.ED PROPOSALS WILL RE RECEIVED
at Tonganoxie, Kansas, until o'clwk p. m..
Saturday, August 27th, 1370, for the huildingofa
Urick School House in SchoolDistrict No. !, Ton
canoxie, 1-eavenworth County, Kansas. Proisrstls
cill lie received for any portion of the work sepa
rate, or for completion of the buildiug aciinlingti,
dans and iss:lficattns.
The bull Jing Iu be commenced within thirtvda).
afterdate of contract, and to becuiuplctnl l.y the
1st day of January. 171.
The'Schisd Hoard reierv.s the riuht to reject an v
and all bids.
The plans and specification can ls seen at the
Ilanlwan- More of J. F. Richard A Co.. in Ij-a
eiiworth. Kansas, on Tuesday. August 2M, s7u.
from 10uclocka. m. until 4 o'clock p. m.. and ji
liic-'s store, in Tonganoxie, Kansas, fn.m the 1Mb
tlhi'Jilh in!., exceit 011 tbe'J:'sl instanl.
Bv onler of the School Hun rd.
II. W. RICE.
aulTwIl District Clerk.
STATE OF KASSAS, I
In I lie District Court of the First Judicial Di-tri. 1
of the State or Kansas, sitting in the County l
Leavenworth, iu said State.
Ivlmimd A. W. Hunter, Plaintiff, 1
John 11. Day, Ceorge W. Want,
J oil 11 A. Haldenuan. Charlotte A. .
McAular. Daniel Shire. Uenrv Shire.
Jane Paiterom, Mildred I"alterxn,
imvui . Hurnetl. 3llrnaet l Jiara.
William II. Ralston, Flora Tack and
Alexander V. A. Tank. Defendants.
XOl. the alnive named John II. Ihtr. (ieolve W.
1 W.nnl, Jane Patterson, Mildred Patterson and
Daviil S. Burnett are hereby notified that you.
to-.'tjthvrwith the other defendants above turned,
haw Iss-ii suisl by the above named plaintiff,
lIiiiuud A. W. Hunter, in the aliote meatlone,!
Court, and that "aid plaintiff ha, in said Court,
lilol his ielilion agaiut you, ami theother defend
ants al.x e namtsl ill the above entitled action, and
th:tt yttu nmt answer said petition on or liefore the
Xslil'ay ofScpteiulierA. D., 187U, orsaid Is-titlou
will lie taken as true, aud judgiuent will Is, reii
densl acistrdin-riy of the following nature, to-wit:
A judgment infatorof said ptlintill agaiik-t said
defendant, John II. Day, for so much of the sum
of tin-thousand, nine hundred and eighty dollars,
with interest thereon at the rate of Ihirtv percent,
per annum fnMii the 8th day of May, A." 1. lissii,
as shall not exceeil the suui'ofcixhi thousand, six
hundred and eleven -TM0O dollars (iH.BII 11))
with intert-t thereon at the rale of ten per cent. J r
anniini from the 23th day of tk-tolier. A. D. l.l,
that is such judgment will be reinlensl for vii-l um
ofeight tIiouand, six huudnsl and eleven 20-1ISI
dollar, (5C11 J)) with iuien-st thensui at the rate
1 1st It ft . l ,. I Cra.it us,. I , .1... ..fl kt..l ,r Ik
1.VJ1, and for custs of Miit. -And that the Fdlowiiig
ncsviiisst irio-is oi iami siiuaic itiok ami oeiio; ii
the cmMv of Leavenworth, and State of Kama.,
uimelr: lots fourteen (II), tilteen (151, eighteen
(IS), nineteeii (19), thirty-eight (38), thirtv-nino
(:Wl, forty (I'D, forty-one (41) and forty-two (4-'),
iu block one hundred and one (101); lots seeu
(7), eilit (S), sixteen (IC), seventiwn (17), and
twenty-si-ven (K), In block una huudrvd ami two
tlO-J); lots four (4), five (S). and six (6), in block
.me hundred and three (10CI); lot seven (7), in
block one hundred aud seven (107), all iu Day .V
McAulay' addition to the ritv of Leavenworth:
tots set en (7), and eight (It), (n block muohcrcd
-eienty (7'J), of the original plat of the city of Leav
enworth. I-oti thirtv ("0), thirty-one (31), and
thirty-two (321, in block sixty-seven (f.7), of the
oriiitrial plat of the city of Leavenworth, ' xdd
without reilemption by the Sheriff" of said count
for the sitisfaction of such judgment, and sin li
imount as the Court shall find due from
iaiJJuhn 11. Day to said plaintiff" on or 1ecaii-s-ol'
he note, mortgage decti and decree hereinafter
ucnti'.ued and the costs of said action and that the
irocecds arising from such sale thereof be applied to
In. luyi.icnt of ths costs of said action ami the
iiiouul to be found due said plaintiff on said note.
rtsae deed aud decree with interest on suili
aa. nit from the time of the rendition of judgment
it i .e rate of ten per cent, per annum, and that the
. ral defendants In said action and every one uf
th-m, includ'n ourselves and every jierson claim
ing by, fioiii, through or under any of sjld defeud
tnts jje f-ireter larrel and foreclosed of and from all
ml any rvL; aud euitt" of redemption and other
-igh: wiiatunrof, on. In or to said tracts of laud
i:id every oi them from and after such alr
Aud that you and all of said defendauLs and all
(icr-ons (laiiuiiig frcra or under you or them or auy
f ynu orthem, l"ordercd, required and a!juilel
o liclitvr si.scs.sion of said tracts of land tothe;
grantee or grau'ees in every deed made iu puru
aii'.e of su.-u sale, soMMnas demand therefor shall
te .uai.'e, unless the defendants iu raid act. mi or
j out: or more of them shall pa;- jr cau-e t Is;
uid to ."aid plaintiffwlthlu some short Hue to If
ixed by the Court, the amount of ."uchj-J'iue.i.,
hat is uc!i sum of money as the Court snail . tots
u lion fiud to Is: due U said plaintiff from said John
li. Ihir on mil lecati-e of the matters licrcit.uf.er
iiieliliinicl, with interest thereon at I he rat of t u
js-rient. r annum from the time of the rii-litioii
of judgment in said action.
which lat mcnlloned amount of money is hy
-aid plaintiff" claimed to lie due him from said John
II. Day, and he, said plaintiff, claims to have a
lieu on" I lie above described tracts of land therefor,
and a right to liave the same sold forthe satL-furtion
thereof tin, under ami liecause of the matters and
thine hereinafter Mated, to-wit:
On the oth day of November, IM'J, at Leaven
worth City, said John II. Day made his promi-sory
note ill writing of that date, ami then delivrri.l tlo
aiur to said plaintiff and thereby for value
risi-ittsl pnnuiseii to pay at the tanking hou- of
Stutt, KerrACo., six months after the date th, r -of,
to the onler of said plaintiff, five thou-siml,
nine hundred and eighty dollars $r,,'jn), with
ntcn-st thereon at the rate of thirty per cent. -r
.iiiiiuni after the maturitv thereof until paid.
And on the 8th day of Novemlier, 1H."9, the said
John II. Day, for the purpose and iu onler to sesure
thepayme't of the aforesaid promissory note and
iim of money and interest therein specified, made,
executed and delivered to said plaintiff" hi certain
mortgage detsl uf that date and thereby conveyed tu
said plaintiff, his heir ami assigns, the ale
dt-s-nlis tracts of land with other lauds.
Ami on the 2",lh dar of (Vtd-r. IHT.t, at lhe
OetoU-r Term, A. D., Itffil, of t lie District Court of
the I'nited .states for the District of Kansas, in a
fs-rtaiiia-t ion then niding there! ii in ei)iiity, where
in said Edmund A. W. Hunter was plaiutiffand said
John If. Day and others were defenilant, ou a hill
filed ami pro-ei uted by said plaintiff for the fore
closure of said mortgage deed, among other things
the Court did then find that there was then due to
all plaintiff" from said John If. Day on said note
the sum of eight thousand, six hundred and eleven
-MUU dollars UM.Cll 'JO), and that said plaintiff"
then Iiail a lien by mortgage for the payment of
ame on the several tracts uf land herein at-ove-dissrrilied.
Aivl said Court In said action then among other
things ordered, adjudged and decreed that all ami
singular the several tracts of land alive deM-rill
to raise the amount so found due frum said John II.
Iiaybesold at public auction by and under tl.-dins-tiou
of the United State Marshal, and that
said Marshal should pay tu said pUinliff, or bis
solicitor, out of the proceeds of such sale theiosts
In ttiat suit to be taxed, and also the amount -
found doe as afomtald, together with legal lnlere-l
there-ill from the date of said decree, which said decree-
still remains in full force wholly unsatisfied.
And yon are also hereby further notified that the
several" tracts of land abort described have- Ls-u
attache. In this the above entitled action as thi
property of said John II. Day, under and by virtue
of a certain order of attachment heretofore- iMict in
said action awl directed to the Sheriff" of said county
toexecute, who luade such attachment by virtue
Dated this Uth dar of August, 1S70.
' CLOlTCH A WIIE.VT.
Il-tw Attomevsfor Ilaintiff.
H. W. t.illettandM. II. Insley, late partners
under tli style of (iillett A Insley, plaintiff",
William Crowder, defendant.
lCerre Henry W. Rice, Justice of the Peace.
Tonauoxi- township, Leavenworth County, Kau.
Said defendant is hereby notified that an order of
attachment was issued by said Justice of the Peace
against vour gols and chattels on the th day of
July, A. D. IsTO in favor of said plaintiff, for th-
some ornny-mreeubiiaro anu iweniy-sixceiiis, ami
that trial of -ai-1 csu-- will tie heard ou the tl;e'-'7th
dar of August, A. D., 1S70, at 9 o'clock a. bi.
(ittLKTT A Isstl.r,
Notice to Property Omen.
Crrr Ccaax's OrrirE.1
Leavenworth Llty, Kansas, 'r
' July 16, A. D. 1H70. )
YOU, AND E.CH OF YOU. ARE HEREBY
notified that at a regular meeting, held by the
City Council of said City, on the 13th day of July,
A. D. 1370., the fujlowing resolutions were
Resolved, That it U necessary to construct a
plank sidewalk, six feet wide, with pine platform
and white oak stringers, on the west side of Main
street. In front of lots 10 awl II. bhek l.'i; al-o on
the west side of Main street lietween Ooge and Pot
tawatomie streets, excepting iu front of lots 3, I,
5 and E, block 11 City Proper.
And you. and each of you, are hereby further
notified, that unless a majority of theowmrsof
such property, raiding in the City, (except peisons
claiming an interest In such property by reason of
Tax Titles, and liable to be taxed for such work or
improvement) shall, ou or before Monday, tbeath
lay of -sjp.eniber, A. D. 17U, file wilb the City
Clerk of said Citr. their protest against said im
provements, the City Council will order said im
improrenicnls to be mule, and contract therefor,
and levy ami collect the taxes for the same, as pro
vided by th Otr Charter and Ordinance pawed la
paBOiKeWli!0w. C8EI0HI0S. Otr Oak.