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TIIURSDAYt.8erTElIBEli 1, 1870.
c-'o srwrtw MitFSunday
8 15 A 4
r.?. trill Accommoda
12 SO "
tion, daily except Sunday
12 a J MaU, dally except Monday
f Accommodation, daily ex-"l
7 22 r xi cept Suuday . -
(.Mail, daily exc.pt Sunday-1
s mi ! ( Kvtirru :- r . .7
9 1J a Ml Mail, daily" except Sunday.
Mrsjoriu VAtLBT- .,, - ,
,1 V, I -f Arrive.
4 : p. in
1. 1 Mai
I Mail ami Kxprc-s Boufti JS T " P-".
cht -do . . lt , is:-ta.ui.
Je'Aer.Hnrnt do-V 11:10a.m.
ll:ofl a. in.
' Mail and Ex prvs, North J 8:15 a.m.
12: tf a. m. INisbl Express do 1W:iju.
7-in ..1ki. Jot AccoMT nZZ I 7:10l'."m.
Train leavine LeavenwWtirat"7:10 p. lu.niakes
toiiiieotion with train leaving St. Joe at II p. Ju.
for Chicago and the East.
10 ID am! IteTrly-
2 00 PM
8 so a m I Flatte City
n 30 pm J "
JIAXSIintl. T. JOfEPIt.
I'll :30 a.
1 7:10 p.
8:1 a.m.") Express tiaM- Jom-pn.
4HKI p.m. V tin inanera
7:19 J do via hi. Joseph
Oinntliuwn lent one hour before the aliove time.
: . -j-
"PKirrry cold for Clarke" now, lint it
will Ik: pretty hot for himlicforc election in
Why arc the French like the manager of
Cl.irkeV circus? IJccmse they have a tutor
Woitic on the new Presbyterian Church,
on Delaware rtreet, fs pmgreiwing rapidly.
The edifice is to ant about S12.000.
Sin. Ci.akki: IK'S some very vulgar
l.mSiiaKC. hut the nei fnmi Snitlieni Knn-
.is iii.lii-ites that he will le iimhv Ixtwe- .
ttiuiR than ever after election. ,, !
A IMUT thirty car loads of rattle arc now I
lieingHhijipeil from Abilene cr day. Kvery-- j
ImmIv riiLMiful in the Texas cattle trade is'
unking money rapidly.
Clauice recently discharged ne
iierformcrs liu h; cotildn I
f.u iet-s:ick without turning resl in the faiv.
A man who can't do that has no business in
K insas ClTV is getting noted ftr its lieau
tiful shnibliery. Even therracks in the side
walks have not ln-en neglecUsl, and ns the
lonely ieiletriaii trudges uptown from the
dei.t he is cheered by the fragrant rvrfiuiiu
if thriving vegetation at his very" feet.
A NMVHKUiKR atIflmboldt writes 11s
that the Mipiilarily of Tiik Timbs is une
.ju.illol in th.it vicinity.1 The fart- is our
riniil.ttii'ii is increasing more rapidly llian
w ever antieiKite ihat: it wonldJ "' 'Every anus hae lieen employed, will show hii
11I ice in Kans;w served by a dailv mail gets"'inaniUriant, tluit the old buck-aiid-lall cart
:, Liirc larkage of the The IAII Y TlMKS ""'., ' ".,;,r"w '" ?. "
Mis. !rit'iE Kimi'i.ey isi.ow running a
sluii threshiug ni.irhinc in this county. He
reports the average yield of wheat aliout
Ineiity h:ihcl- to the acre; also that the
Mucking was generally not well done, and
more rain so.:i will dn a great amount of
JviMi:orthel-t checHJ ever sold in t!:c
I'nil'sl States imalle1 in Kansas. The
article of lmme manufacture now to lie liatl
in this m-irket is fullv equal, and in many
la-ns, Ix-lter than th.it brought
The Western Ke-ei veis lining its grip in the
l'nit'n:K. Mr. George Keller has hid
011 our l-ible eight as large car of com as we
have cvt-r Fsx-n. The' eintsin twenty nws,
i.ralxiul 1,100 kernels e.u-h. The stalks of
this field acragc oer fourteen feet high.
Mr. Keller's farm is located tweUe miles
west of Leavenworth, anil, one utile south of
tspringdalc, and is known as one of the best
in the State.
A max who sto.N.sI faking the White
Cloud Chirf has been Mintmck and lost
all his procrty. While humane ersons
cannot but consider sucKptinhliment a little
Uo severe, still all should remember that
society must lie protected ot alt liazartls, and
there is no surer way of protecting it Hum
by punishing people who stop their (tapers.
It is generally understood that the Clarke
circus is not a success. Nearly even-attache
h is overdrawn lain wages, and all have turned
out to l dead lieatsf Clarke ordered an in-M-stigatiou
of the Treasurer s Jswks, but
Spccrgot tbcringnmsterto help him fixthem
upso as to show that lhe wholcthing was mak
ing money, and that wages were still due all
the iierformcrs. On this showing Clarke, i
still giving;exbihitHrBVand prolwbly wiil
until Skit reports them dead or alsi-onitat.
Tin:1 KepuWtcan meeting'-held in Vnv-
reiice on Tuestlny evening is admitted by
l.ith jwpersto havu'been very large. The
J.i.i.W kiv; 7 -s . -- -j
I.ilvrtv Hall was well filled last evening,
to hear the jnilitical question of the hour
iliM-usyed. It was a nieeting of thoughtful,
earnest. Republicans, who desin- to c a re
form in our State polities,-and who wu-h
the State to le, reprc6entel in Waning"'"
bv abler, purer and better men. CoL BIkmI
cnlhsl the meeting to order, and on niotitm
Mayor(.;nivenortwascallcd to the chair. J
The Jonnut! al-v says that Clarke Ais
... 1 ?. 1 l.nn... ...! .
s-erelv criucizeu ui.iiis;oii nuuic .nw f
iioiinccd to lc unfit to represent the State.
Hrlnrns front HeVrn More owntle.
We are'ereilJesI JUt Jgiw the follow in
1li1ion.1l ii-niis retunis:
Shawnee County 15,010 iiihabilaiils, 'fO
farms, 15 industrial cstablL-Iiiints, and
deaths during lhe past year.
Pottawatomie County 7,888 inhabitan!
77 farms, -W industrial osUblishBumte .atit1
SS dentils dilriug the year.
McPhcrson, Staffonl, Pawnee, and, Ilodfle
man Counties, 917 inhabitants, 186 farrrk
1 indusiriaJieaJali(lifilt,ajld no death d
inc the vear.
Ureenwooil " Cuuuly 3,S5inhabitaiiJ.s?T
451 farms, IS Indirtrial ' csiahlishwertls,-ao
58iieat isaurtnaUierear.x: R- :
rM,FatT JHAVJM. fi
i rtl v I.
Cie tww,is, o.N.RTa.OuiEK, ta.,,)1
Augucfsith, imT i
To tt'it Klitnr of The Ijniren-jvrth Timrt:
Yi TJe5iilTuiQiijr!iif Snip licXaaCi.reieTJ s
little, last evening.by the uncorking of liottks
in ackiiowleilcmciit1 Hf the promotion Vf.
Lieutenant Daniel Mcintosh, of the Seventh
ttvJA- tbFink IlcitensJtit.5lMayhisTlrell
deserved promotion rest lightly upon him Sis
1 :.i" kw'i-..vAf ll.'if "l.wiir'itifffrTnn nnil
llVJX'lll'nOCIrtltV.N ..M.. ..... . .... ....p. .-
wll Vont: oBleairLieiitenaiit.
The first through train for Denver, via
Kans IjcWc1 xtnnway'paise.r "through ihis
morning, carrying about 800 of tlie Seventh
a Mmtt Rrakra .
negroes broke oiien tlie jail at ixmisville,
linti for tmoiM. which reached the scene.
and take vengeance on the whites, but th
- MttgM JKUOaHBl ine nitzens prcvenieu mr
ther trouble. The difficulty is said to hare
originated ia the arrest and imrasonment of
ai-roJimcsfyiny- " '
Si Veaide UHflrtfai.WWare
made of money, and proper suhjaeta for ex
J -Tk? Nw York Jotumalof, CWicrceeays:
"to the form of Rovernnicnt of "Pnissia pro
per." Ve reply that it is now a constitu
tional monarcliy, hereditary in the male line
of the house of Ilohenzollern. The consti
tution, which is derived from grant by King
Frederick ""VilliamIV., brother of the pre
ent sovereien. modified liv subsequent grants,
and Ikir only been in existence t-incc 1848,i
verfs the executive and part of the legisla
tive authority of the .King. In the execu
tive branch he Is anointed by a council of
miniatem appointed by liinistlf. . Il'lic legis
lative todie cotisirt of the "HfrrvAai,"
Waich -it) .he Upjr Chamber, Had j eum
jtoseil of the prince of the royal family;
sixteen "mediatizcir mentis, the licaas ot
the territorial nobility; eight life peers; eight
titled noblemen ekftitl by the resilient
land owners in the eight pnivina-s;
repredcntatives of the tiuiven-itio; the heads
of "chaplein;" the uiayuin of towiw having
more than fifty thousand inhabitants, and
iiernoni) nominated at the pleasure of the
King. .The second chamlier Ls composed of
332 member, chonen for three years by" gen
eral, but not iinivcrKiI Miflnige. Kvery
Pnuwian subject !r enrolled in the army iiion
reaching the age of twenty, and hervex three
years in tlic regular army, four in the re
nerves and nine in the "Landwehr," or mi
litia. Even at the age of fifty he is not ex
empt from military duty, but is then enroll
ed m the "Land-turm," or "home guard."
On a peace footing, a Pru.-N.-ian regiment con
sists of three battalions, numbering 518
each; in war, the liattalious are increased to
1,002 each. "Pnii.i projier" contains 24,
043,2 inhabitants; lhe North-German
Confederation including Prussia, 20,010,377;
the population of the Sjuth-Geriii:iii States is
8,611,522, making the total imputation of all
the countrim under the military leaden-hip
of King. William, 3S,521,000. Tlu.t .f
Fpuw is 38,102,001.
,f -Miaani t'oHUly.
From the l"ii'ta IfepuMiran.
The cenww of tliis 'county Ls mmplcted,
and we mut acknowledge to tsmie di-ijr-K)intmentat
the roiilt, as it falls lielow what
it was genendly estimated at. And yet we
think the result mot giatifying v.htn nun
pared with the la-t ceiiMi-, taken in 18CU,
when Miami county contained less than
The increase may I -oun-
leu ironi me last nve years, ior, oenii; a j
tsinler county, anil Ireijuently overnm iy
bushwhackers and maniuding leimls from
Missouri, it is not at all prolnblc that our
county increaseil in either s)pulatioit r
wealth during the war, and counting from
Inclose, which is but just and equitable, the
HipiiI:itioii of the county haj increaxI live
fold. And jut think if we should increase
in the same ratio for the next ten years,
which is not at all improbable! The figures
we give lielow of the population in each
township are taken from the returns of the
I)eputy Marshals who took the census, and
l'aula City and Township
Im(:. Tri iisliip....H....... ..........
Marrnillr Township...... .................
Wi-n" To nshlp ...
Hlchlaiitl Township.....-....... -
(Kiwalmuie Tomiship ...............
Mnund Tiiwnhii... ...... ...... ...
Sliisar ('nil' Tow n--lii
Miami Touniliiji M v
.Middle Cns;k Tonhip -r...
Total ipiil.itiin in llieiiiiily
.. .. 811
(omparallte Fiitnlity r MtMlfrn Wnr
rnre. A correspondent writes from Paris:
A coiiiKirion lietwi-en the armies in the
InttliM of the First Empire with those result
ing from engagements where improved lire
more deadly than rilled cannon, neetlle-guus
Sado a 100,000 men engaged; 33,000
killed and wounded; alsrtit 8 er cent.
Marengo 58,000 comKitants; numls-rof
killtsl and wounded, 13,000, that i, nirly
"25 per cent.
Austerlitz Io-s, S,000 out 01, i4i,w;
Jena 2 1,000 out of 280,000 coiulutanls;
1 nearly 0 jer cent.
IVinslino-rJvO.OOO killol ami wounilui out
of 250,000 engaged; almut 32 per cent.
Iieipzig 50,000 out of -150,000, lictween
,11 and 12 per cent.
At-Maccnla the French lost 9 iicr 'cent.,
friiin Ohiii.the Austriaus 10 iierix-ut. of theirTont-.
AtSolferino, where the ln-encli alone utsl
riflrtl million, their loss amounted to 13 tier
'cent., while the Austriaus ln-t bm 11 ier
' What the mitrailleuse mav accomplish we
am not Kiy; but as it is merely a modifica
tion of thcGatling gun, which was issued to
some of troops oftlic)Arniy of the .T:une, and
vas not there found very serviceable for
!amiaigning iurses, we are not ilisxsed
to lielievc in its miraculous destructive
""r ??' T , V ''
Inthe event of theovcrthrow of aN.If.ii
111 there would seem to Is- almost an equal
probability of either of the live following re- (
suits ensuing: j
1. The removal ofXaiNileoniiiay take the J
. - .
fonn of his voluntary abdication 111 favor ot 1
his'son, the Prince lnn1eri.1l, subject to a re
gency during his minority.
2." The terms of the alslication luing rc-
fuseil, a regency of Generals may lie sulti-
tilted until peace shall I made with Pru-sia,
inonlertlwttliecliaiige 01 government may
not result, either apjnrently or ically, from
Prussian flirtation. .-
""STA council of Eunqiesin sovereigns may
le" called to consider the basis of peace, in
cluding the French and Spanish siiccesoons,
the Pope's teniiral jsiwer, and a general
disarmament. - r- ,
j 4. In' the event of the sittla" of wieli a
council, the strongest i-andid.ilefiirtheT-'reiich
throne would lie Inis Phillipjn! Alliert,
fi-uiit of Paris, crandson of Kiiur Lmis
Pliillipiie, and itqirrsentative f the nouseof
Orleans-Yalois, now- 32 y-:irs of age, ami
iiK-li-mtclv iiuhr. hi lar as , lie is Known.
5. In the eenl of such action Iving ibre
slallcd by a revolution in Pari, the. rrvolii
tiou will", almost inevitably, inaugurate soiik
thiiur in thc,fomi of a republic
Whatever rha.vihnppcn, Jt L not likHy
t hat.au v form of govemuient will Iw 1111
s4!il iipon 'France withoiiUhe consent of the
oplc. "7. J
I'nr-ifir. ( 'll".flll lll.l
jp.1 Alciiiaiki, San Joaquin Valley Iwailrpad
i'Coiniiaiiieis hac ciuisilidatel, under the
iiarrie'rlf the Central I'acili6.
An Mithiiaia'ticjintjiig f Frenclr-rw-sis
An effort will be made to remit to lans
S5.000 nionlhlv. Intense excitement.
"i (roWlf1 lie WasJunableJlo ge 'i&t'oTili
n Sto tau Bf j, 5 Aijgni't '-W ll1'-
(Sltllnn Wit iiainhiuaasly tnMniiialeil lor
ICnirfll.i? UieScrtifijrts.,fiiI fecund
istnci mis 11. 111. 1
West SAL3t,:0., Augntii4rT:TJitw I
nublican Convention of the rourtecntli llis-
.sSrJnxSE? August 23 TheDemwratic
T.-rriLorial tmventioii. which niet-at Bryan
vestanlav, nominated Col. John Wanless, of
The l.epubhcaiis held a Convention, last
night, to nominate a'ticket for county officers
1 6r thecflsuipc'Xcax.iseveral ,tuuea.wvre
County Cleric, Mrs. .m. 11. .vrnoii ior i-upu--intenaehrtAT-ftiMfc
tsehbols,-M,. M. E.
Post a iiienibar Vthc Keaublican Commit
XNf IvnwI.IrHrfi OwKrrM.
t'istnssATi. Auctist 24 In lhe National
IiIri(Joag, wiwafternooi? rejorte were
receivel from vanou organizations rcpre
rrscnted, all demamling united acliouj.afu.-r
which, the Congress resolved .Itself into a
national organization. Tlie basis of the ntjw or
ganization adonted. reccivett tltecndowemenl
of each organixrtion reiiresciited. The lenns
.. m!J . 1 I.m.a.1 mm riiqtpll.lA MIAtAni.
n suit in iv lintml arid 'iiatriotlC.
-r " - s --- - .- . ..f.
plating a J thorougl, concert or action wua the
organization in Ireland. It is regarded PJT1
ai.aa - - -n i AHMTii4iinfi ' inn
tlione prominent' in the organization a-V'the
iuost important' action tliat lias luxa taken
by the Irish .organizations 'ot tins otantry
looking to the complete consolidation both in
this country and Europe.
, t '
of Ashton,i,The;Tillag.wasavel by cut
ting down trees to make a gap between the
'woods and "the' Tillage.- t Thedevastatjbn Js
giesu ueiween .ajuiiuu aw oiaxts,viuc, .iniij
eortao houses are litoaburncd. -;,
- Bowow, August 25 Jacob W. !Pfcroe,la'
leaaiBg capuaust, wan nuvwn iroai.- a ,
riage aad'kdlea,' in Brookly,.bM aaght, the
horse being frightened by a shot from an at
s- - ' ' .. . .rz .-., .. mi-tits constantly, ran. mis is uooc uiu
rnniMriiatM. - , day 1,500 to 10,000 ccrarripU are being
Kiv PinNi-rco). Alii'. 23.- The Central 1 sent forwanl to Champaign. It ,i
Til i: NEWS CONFIRMED OK THE WITHDRAWAL
lAiSVos, August 23 A special to the,X.
Y. World, rays: ''Alt the newii from Pari
to-day, confirms the statement that Bazaink
has succeeded in'withdrawing the bulk of his
army from Metr. It Is uncertain whether he
Li dill moving on St. Menebold, to join
MeManon, or is awaiting co-operatioa from
McMahon. In tlie former caae, he nop
iKel to intend falling in furco on the Cru'.vn
Prince; in the laUer, to attack Steiunictz and
Freilerick Charles, at Metz.
THE rBUSIAN MSB WEAKEXEU.
Creditable authorities assure tw that Stein-
metz and FreaWick'Charlea loaf over 101,000
men, leaving them no more than 150,000 to
hold the liaefrom the frostier to Metz.
W1IATTHB" FRE5CH PAPEBS SAT OF THE FO-
Jjc I'iV, in an extra, inakca the follow
ing statement : "We are now at liberty to
make public lhe (act that McMahon has
joined Itazaine with m great number of troops,
liazaine has not abandoned his atrong- "posi
tion near Metz. McMahon moved north
and France is saved, by way of Bhicma,
Mezierea and Moartmedy. McMahon has
reached a jiosition where he can enter ujion
a deci-ive struggle."
Ijc I'ublie says: "Full confirmation of
good news from tlie army was received to
day." KETOHTK FROM STRASBURO
show the lwmlnrdment of the city lias, so
far, done little damage. The French at Stras
burg Hare, however, shelled Kehl on the
other side of the Bhine with effect. Tlie
place has leen set on fire nnd destroyed.
litn-KKMIXKll TO FIOHT EVES AT TARIS.
Paris, August 24 The J'atrie says should
the xJrusBiaos defeat the great araay now con
fronting thein, near Clialonsther will have
to -anquLsh another before reaching Paris,
besides they will find Paris, itself, amply
prepared to resist any attack.
INDEXATION A!AISST THE EMOLI3H.
The false despatches published in the Lon
dontlTaiM causes JnieaW indignation there
amoni; all classes. One irreat effect ot these
1 desiotches is to increase the determination if
,i.,. Krccl, to ficht.
The CondittitUmrl, answering assertions of
the London Time, tlrat the French are in a
desiicratc condition, shows that tltat journal
arrives at its conclusions without waiting for
complete rcisirts of recent events, and denes
it to decide who is now the best military
jierson, Itazain or King William. It adds
that the hostility of tlie 37ies Ls accounted
for by the fact that a sou of one of its pro
prietors married a daughter of the Prussian
Ambassador at London, and Mime person
say that in addition to this, that journal has
been heavily sulwidiied by Bismarck.
THE FRESl'II WILL SOT BE HUMANE.
The French journals are opposed to lhe
project of allowing Prussia to forward her
dead and wounded through Holland, Lux
emburg and Belgium. They take the
groiindthat the Prussians once using neutral
territory for humane punsiscs, would soon
learn to bring forward through the same
aveiive provisions, munitions of war and
COXVICTEl) OF lMSTURBAXCKS.
Three persons accused of complicity in
the recent disorders at Villettc were tried
liefore a council of war to-day, found guilty
and sentenced to death.
The arrest of Prussian spi continues.
THE FRENCH XATIOSAL LOAN.
The Jonrwd Officiate says the amounts of
the national loan taken vesterdav. so far as
heard from, was 020,000,000 francs, ami
when the lists closed last night at least 5,000
iiersoiis waiting to sulaN'ribe were sent away.
Jetunis from Marseilles, Bordeaux and
several other large' cities have not been re
ceived. The lits were reopened this morn
ing and large crowds are pressing to aub
scrilie." THE MORAL TONE OF TAUI3
has vastly improved. There is less singing
and shouting and more volunteering. All
the citizens arc providing themselves with
A FEMALE .SPY.
It i rumored that a well known lady of
high social position haa been arrested on
charge of conveying information to the cne
mv and imprisoned in Vincenne.
VICTOR HUOO ASK PERMISSION T J01S.THE
" ' KATIOXAL GUARH.
Paris, Aug. 23 -The Siede says Victor
Hugo has ack'ed permission to Rarvc in the
National Guard, and that Gen. Cluseret also
demanded active service in the French army.
SuWriptions for a sword of honor to 12
presented to McMahon has been closed.
Large sums have lieen raised, and many
ROCIIEFOBT'HAU BEEN BKLEASED
T.v. ..::,, i.v r:n Tnvim. TI will
llllll III 1-F1I . -r-m-
h "" at onee. His doing so will,
u ; .j; ham cxeclenl eftect ill
,r.llll.,1iirinK',thc revolutionary feeling in
TH'K y,".,,..,, SAtio.nai. iaias a ktccesa.
iAkis, 22. Upwanls of one thousand
.- llw i,.ive ip,, w,lHcriliet for the na-;
. , , f s750.oOO.OOO. Funds have
gone up. yww
AX EXUAEMESTr ON HUNIlAY FAVORABLE
TO THE FRt2fCTI.
Paris, Aug. 21, The GmrtlMfonntl, in
an editorial showing an improvement in the
military situation, says it is rcKrted there
was another engagement on Sunday,
22d, which resulted favorably to tlie French.
It gives no further particulars.
THE SITUATION IS FRANCTw
New York, August 24 A special to the
C'mncr'A? Etnlu'ljni, dated Paris, August
23, says:, Tlie sprightly, element of the peo
ple accomnMstates itself with difficulty to the
reign of silence which the ministry imposes1.
So m.inv blunders were committed in the
oix-iiiniF of tlie war that, it, w feared this
I d'algc j t,e IK,i;cv (,f Count Palikos onlj,
punej-ds ime new mistake. I saw, lo-dav,
ajKirt of a diiutch fromBazaine, winch the
Minister of War communicated to the Corps
It was couched in neral
but it J." could never have
come from conquered man,
or one doubtful of success. In recent coai
lutsiwe have sustained severe and heavy
losses, but those of the enemy, it w said,
have lieen enormous, and out of all iirovor-
tion to the merely negative advantage he luisi
gaineil. Vkcarescnning lorwani reunoiw-
very difhcult to obtain any accurmc
. news o
in its v
.. - ... ..n. a.Mj wv.... . iaw mw a nniiin. mtr
III ttllril ll.is . V. M. ....v.... y.
icinitv. fh"tfie ar LJepartment
iln- iN-nMiititonly refuse to say any tlnag
im the sulgect. Some of the papers, the
2-ofi Tc and the iVr-, among others, apr
noiince tliat tlie corps of McMahon and
1K Faillev have succeeded in rcachiag
Ardennes, "and that this flank march from
th.il place will effect a junction with Bazaine.
It is noticeable the people here are grow-
more and more confident as tney learn
how ureat the; measures
of defence are
COMMCSICATIOX CTT OFF.
Paris, August-JWr-Telegrapliic cominuni
lion with all iHitata in the Department :if
the Aulic and Cate Deor w cut on.
ADDITIONAL FAVORABLE ADVICFK.
The Minister of the Interiorauthoriica the
nLiiemcat that additional adview, of a favor
able character, are received from the arnib
:.. .1... r...A Imt iIip information is withheli.
,-"no ii')iuiJ:.ivdtecrMtrr Rive details
SAhioh should be kept back.- 5 -.
ARRIVAL OF PRFWIAS PMBOHERH:
.iniyj An?. 2t. A convoy escorting (a
large ntimlier of Prussian prisoners haa ar
rived as Soissons. Another is expeced there
v rr.tAtTiFY'ATTitpi Tti-wree mar
shal m'mahos. I
Paris, August 24 A Prussian spy near
Kheims, mistaking a geaaral ofcr fcMp
Msrwrn. fired twice at him. HeHJissedhSa
nim Imt hit and daiuzcrously wounded la
wihlier standiuir bre side of the offii
The spy was install$, secureil.
ADVANCE OF THE PBC8SLUM.
P.VRIS. AuKU-st 21 Midnight.-?!!,
uurted that the Pruaiiam.are at LcaatMC u-
4 day. Tlie Prince Royal of Praasia fa rwort-.
ed at Nancv. Nothing is receivea nop
Q ot-XcJUhm t4d
TSlc1csErI .rTiXl JT
London, Ausgust.25-rDenaei Jogs stall
cover tne nauie ncius. vjhhwi naa s
alomloned, awl it is supposed tha forces
. w iT.Tr -H !. nk !! J
tlie crown z nnce wiu unui t w
ns well as lUieinus.metUtfr with no
nn, .t.;i. WmiWfoMfenck Charles move
on Paris direct. . i x
Jba SMrrte reterriHg 10 " u
ceivedr troau private sources says aaiege
Park kaltojpetheriawrobahle now.
--J r -tKorE..-. It .-'
Losiws, Augp-t 25The pwparatijs
Uic siege or MJea. aeeaa to wmfw
Tlie entrenchments proceed wflh great ae-
that Bazaine is realuiBg Jt deep kid,itzrc
scheme. -.- v.j-vijri I
THE FKESCH .XYACCAXE OUM8. I
lin has just been received: "The govern
ment has recehred a dopatch dated Bar le
Due last evening, to the effect that Chalons
has been evacuated by the French, and that
the Prussian column Ls west of Chalons and
T.OF THE FRUSSIASS.
ponay this evening, ssaies mai ne was jn
informcd tliat the Prussians were defeated,
to-day, between Vcnlun and Clialons.
THE SAME RETORT REITERATED IX LONDON.
New York, August 25 A special to the
Erattny Ttlegmm, dated London, August 25,
says: There is a great deal of excitement
this evening over a rumor in the Stock Ex
change to the effect tliat the Prussian army
under the Crown Prince was defeated by tlie
French under McMahon. The rumored re
pulse of the Prussians, although occasioning
the wildest excitement, cannot Ic traced to
any reliable source.
THE OABRLSOS OF TOUL MADE A SORTIE
yesterday. 700 Prussians were killed and
wounded in the action tliat followed.
M'.M AIIOS FHOTECTISO PARIS.
LoxPos, August 25 Thcciitire command
of McMahon left Chalons Monday, to pro
PBCSeiAS SCOUTING TARTIE3
are near Chalons, Troves and Montmedr.
BAZAISEa- JUSCTIOX WITH m'MAHOX IX
Advices to the 23d, (Tuesday,) mention
notlung whatever of Bazaine's junction with
McMahon. Bazaine's reports finds no credit
are retried at Cliaumont anil Brienne.
DIXTRfCTION OF CRORj AND FOOD BY THE
The Paris Cominiltceof Defence has given
an order for the destruction of the croiw and
food in the Department of the Marne and
Tine as tlie Prussians approacu
liertv within the range of the guns.
TIIK PRICE OF FOOD IN REAR OF THE PRUS
has advanced. Bread in Bhincland u
seventy-five cents a loaf
A FURTHER BOMBARDMENT OF STRASHURC
has taken place without result.
THE FREXfH STOUIES
of the Pmssian-i having passed the Belgian
frontier, or transported their dead and
woundal through that c-oiintry, are untrue.
When tlie question was broached by Pms
ssia, Belgium was inclined to yield on the
ground of humanity, but filially declined.
THE DEFENCE OF T)i:i
by the National Guard and Garde Mobile, is
described as very gallant. At St. Marie aiix
Chenes, Marshal Canrohcit threw himself
liefore his troops, and after a sharp sword
comlnt with a Prussian otlicer, drove the
METZ CIajsELY INVESTED.
ISDOX, August 25 A siecial from Ber
lin savs: "Since hist Tuesday Melz has lieen
completely surrounded by a strongly in
trenched "force of Pm ian. No attempt at
sally has been made to noon yesterday.
OTltASnUEU SUltKOLXDKD RYTI1E PKLSjIANS.
Prussian troops have closely surrounded
Slraslsirg. The govenimeiit Treasurer
mahageil to csrai with over 12,XK),000
THE ADVANCE OF THE PRfsslAXS AT CHA
LONS. Paris, August 25 The Junrmd Ojjieide
says: "The sum of all the news received at
the Ministery of the Interior is that the
Prussians push their recoiinoisaiice into the
Deiartment.sof the Marne, and even into the
towns of Chalons."
7TIwPrefeol pf.the Upir Marne an
nohnces jiorlions'of the northern arnmditee
ments of Massy as occupied by the Prussian
Orders have been given that the march of
the Prussians will heopMiscd by every ob
stacle the patriotism of the people can sug
gest in addition to the systematic measures
which will be executed under the direction
of the engineer officer sent out by Govern
ment. THE SITTATION.
A desiatc!i, dated Kheims, 23J, says: It
was supposed the armies of McMahon and Ba
zaine. had eileeteil a junction, and, snpiorted
by the quadrilateral, conqioscd of the for
tresses of Montmedy, Verdun, Thionville
and Metz would await an attack. 1 1 was not
expected that any important engagement
would occur within two days.
Grain mills, in the valley of the Seine,
and money, and all their contents which
could not be removed, have lieen rtiqiie!y
burned. The country ieople arc destroying
roads, and doing all "they can to impede the
march of the Prussian armies. They will
burn or'dtRtroy such provisions as they are
unable to remove, or store out of reach of the
THE COMMITTEE OF DEFENCE.
In theCorjis IgMatif, yesterday, the mo
tion of Kcartry, to apjMiint a Committee of
Defence, was taken up and ili-cir-scil at great
I .1. .....I ...:.T. .......I. ..v..it..t.,ttii CiHrv
leilglll, iiini mm imrm i-aiih-hh-iii. ......
defeiidtsl his projMrsil, and Clement Duvcr
Jules Favredeclareil: "The misfortunes
of the country came from that fatal manage
ment to which the Chamlier has Is-en com
pelled lo submit. This should lie said, if it
ikW maintain n dynasty, that the country
must figlit ." The remainder of the sen
tence w.is lost in the uproar and tumult
which these wolds cau-d.
M. I5ufl"et said: "The only question 1 is,
how to drive foreigners from our soil?'' This
was received with great applause, and a chs-e
The pnqiosition of Kearlry w.is njectcd
206 to 41.
M. Gainbella demanded news of the war,
especially concerning the liattle of the 18th,
and the position of tlie Prussian forces.
The Minister of the Interior rep!i-J: "Bi
zaine is too greatly neciipied to "end a re
port." He added I kit the tele
gragh gave no indications of
ap engagement lo-d.iv (Weilnesd.iy).
It was'tnic the Prussian mihiIs had been
seen in the Department of the Marne and
Aube.-ltit n further :uh ices could lie siren.
The Minister coiicludcd hy stating: "If the
French trooie. had left Chalon. it was with
the object ot insuring the general defence of
.1 ... 'n :..: 1 1:.. ..1.-..I
me country. 1 m- -muip um uimuu
WHEUAnolTS OK THE PRUSSIAN HEAD
Berlin, August 25 -7:30 p. m. The
Prussian Mtmittnr states that King William V
iheadwaartfrs, wa removed from Pimttii
iUMMofc! i,fKir kilne. Tlie henikpiarters
of the first and econd armies are near .Metz,
while other corK oiiitiimes to march on
OlRRKsrONDENTs. DlSMISs:n FROM THE
PRfSslAN HEAISJUARTEILS. ""
London, August 25 fcewqKqicr t-orrcs-ioiMlunta
liave leeii dismisteil from the Prus
IRLSli AID REFUSED BY NAPOLEON.
Eniperor Najioleon declined the services of
8,6 Irrh auxiliaries, teitdereil by James
, - , FRENCH. FBIZES. .
1 It is said the French iron dads hae towed
two prizes into Cherbourg'Tncsitay.
WHATTHK IJNDOS TIMES SAYS ABOCT
The ,2Tm says: "Until the Prussians
learn that Akiceans hate Germans, and
France learns that the present invasion of lier
territory, is not made in the spirit of the
the Duke of Brunswick, four score years ago,
mace will be difficult, if not imtiossiblc.1'
J ' MtASC-E.
NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM.
Pints Annist 25 The iounials of last
cveniiiif. demand to know what action will
be taken by the French govenimeiit, now
that Belgium has permitted a violation of her
neutralitv by Prussia. I
RECErTIOX of the wounded. '
bulances aie kept ready 111 ine r uiienes gar
den. The Empress, 'yesterday, personally
visited the hospitals, inspecting the arrange
ments. A XUMBER OF AMERICANS f
are among tlie subscriliers to the new French
tanirr ft in EUPEEOC's HK.U10LTARTERS.
' Paris. August 25 The Sicrlc, commeiit-
T .t '." r I --.LI. T.. :! I a
mg on ine lieill 01 news, iii.u iKTiai inr.10-
uarters are at Kheims, says: " Who can.?
McMahon can only have one headquarters
the-1 centre of operations. The Ituperial
headquarters can only lie a superfluity, an
J-mharrissment. and a pretext Cr losing bat-
Uea.- JTheercis L too dangerous to talk of
Ike. Imperial Iwaaqaaztera anywhere sear
those of, GuamaiMlcr-in-ChieC
'the JTRESCH WAB LOAS. !
yTb.cJ Litiertel says' France, yesterday,
'gained a great yictoryf "In one daynrniy
itmin&l of mrllioiw were paid into the treas
ury. Juaaia, for two months, lias vainly
I aoBght.to procure a less sum.
rAMS ID LlAMU'i hivf. if..no
firwf"tliedscat of war The entrenchments
......u-.l. . miiiv &tmvt. . rwu
around M are eowpleted. - t - , ,
THE ABDICATION OF SATOLEOS DEMANDED.
imnaiaHT6 UuWIe Corw
Lpgisktif has gone to the Emperor to de
mand anabdiaatioBw 3I jCi . j .
The Corps is now permanently guarded. '
ifaamrt aWirsfiPMkn ! W? ifiji 1 11
of the organization ot
ment for prance isl
imminent. r tj. fc . . i-j I
BENEDrrns secret treaty: i
. KKPORTEI), DEFEAT.OF THE FRUSSIAJW.
uttat aflMabn comfcins tlie'feBewine:
'ncnon who arrived from thevicinity of
: kj t'fcTkiiuUltri a WELLSI)EI)ED.
j f Aceonliag to tdegmphic cornionnence
defensive fire had destnyl all the pro-
A quarter of a million factimila of Bene-J
ditti's Kcret treaty has been sold here aiace
the war began.
HOW PARIS 18 TO BK TAKES Y THE VBCV
The Opinion Xedionale saya, that to all
who think of any other thing tha driviag:
the Pmmaaa from the soil of Fraacet k
rccoeuBends the peniaal of the following,
passage from a Phariaw plaat of auaeki
"Pari will sever he in oar power ualert it
is owing to political circumstances, or the
moral reason which will oblige the defenders
. ... :. .. ' Tk. ".wJlliml rar.
cumstaacea," says the Ojiiaicmc ytumlr,
hicans revolution, and the " moral reason "
A PBCaSIAS COLONEL MAKES A BET.
A Prussian Colonel has written to Esple
Gerardin offering a wager that be will be in
Paris by the loth of Seraptember. Gerar
din publishes the letter and announces that he
lias accepted the wager.
WHAT A COMPETENT OBSERVER SAYS OP
PARIS ASD THE FRENCH.
New York. Aagast 25 A competent
observer, who arrived in the Persia, from
Paris, on Monday, describes the stats; of
feeling in that city regarding the war: j"I
was a witness of mack that occurred after
the defeat of McMahon and the retreat) of
Froissard. Tlie French believe that lhe
Prussians deliberately, wantonly and faith
lessly insulted France. They want to fight
and mean to a long as physical power re
mains. In all the gatherings I saw I never
heard once a 'Bas Napoleon,' and 'Lc Em
liercror' was often heard with 'Vive Le Em
pereror.' Tlie French tookT upon tlie quar
rel as a Prussian family quarrel, and not a
German quarrel, and were surprised at the
North German Confederation making the
war a German war. It is well understood ia
France that this was not a Boaaarte war.
The French are surprised at tlie Prussian
proclivities of the English public opinion,
as the allcince with England ha
always been- MesUhoacsiotithpaft of
France. Tlie necessity and .use of it liave
U-en keenly felt by the Emperor, and its
cordiality has been, to a gwrt extent, his
iicrsonal work. All shades of public opin
ion in France, regard Prussia, in the words
M. Thiers, a bird of prey.' This is the
first war of the empire to which the Four
bourgs St. Germain, the old legitamatists,
have sentjtheir sons. The Orleans Prince is
denied service even as a volunteer. That
the Socialists arty may see, in the defeat of
France, a meansof realizing theadvancement
of their schemes, is isissihle. If enmities
occur, or conspiracies' exist, the work is
theirs. The excitement in Paris on the re
ceipt of the news of defeats, was largely due
to a reaction from the joy excited by the hoax
of an immense success, but the crowds were
not combative, ami were necessarily dLsiicrsed.
Public opinion had also condemned Olli
vier ministry as incapable, and upon its
resignation the excitement in a great measure
SUBSTANTIAL JUARASTEEI FOR FUTURE
TECE WASTED BY PRUSSIAN SOLDIERS.
IiNlsix, August 21 Leading citizens of
Berlin held an "audience ;to-dayr with the
Queen, and congratulated heron the recent
victories. The Queen earnestly expressed
herself as desiring peace, Imt added that pri
vate letters hail been received which stated
that the army unanimously demand substan
tail guarantees fbr future peace before tlie
war could be brought fo a close.
CHEAT SIOURNIS4J IN I'RUSSJA?
New York, August 23 Private de
latches state there is great mourning in Ber
lin at the terrible losses of the, Prussian
army of Steinmetz, which is almost annihi
lated. It contained the flower of the Prus
sian youth, and there Ls hardly a family in
Berl'n that lias not lost a member during
the buttles of last week.
srHCirHTlONS as to the next battle.
Prussian desjiatehes state there will be no
fighting for two weeks Imt French des
iiatches state that, Bazaine and McMahon
having made a junction, an attack on the
Prussian lines will be made, during tlie next
forty-eight hours, and that the PnissLuw are
only anxious to sistM)ne the tight so as to
fill "up their decimated ranks.
UNDER SAILINO ORDER.
The Kiltie fleet is under sailing orders.
THE DEMANDS LIKELY TO BK MADE BY
The following statement, from semi-official
source, foreshadows the demands likely to lie
made by Prussia in case of the successful
termination of the war: The time arrives
when Germany mnt lie freed from French
interference and menaces, and have a long
period of unbroken peace. A mere change
of dynasty in France would not be sufficient
to insure "this, for the next sovereign would
seek, as soon as iossible, to recover the lost
military prestige of France, and the burden
of an armed peace would lie ierietuated.
Suppose France should issue from this strug
gle with strength unimpaired, and with her
strong-holds from whence .she menace the
valley of the Rhine and the Palatcnata in
IU UWH VU M An gW. An. iwhw.. w..
tact, "the war from which the incapacity of
the r rencli liencrals ana the bravery 01 me
German armv have delivered us, will be re
newed. There can be no trustworthy peace.
Not thus must this costly struggle terminate.
We will not resign our arms until we liave
Wn guaranteed security against a fresh con
test whenever it may suit tlie political neces
sities of a French leader to resume it.
THE FKEUNO IN BERLIN
is one of undeniable horror; and depression.
The war threatens to last, and already the
flower of the North Germany is decimated.
The railways arc laden up so as to delay the
movement "of reinforcements., Boat service
is org.uiiziiig on the lUiine for wounded, and
three steamers already have been converted
into flo-iting hospital. Tlie Amphitheatre
and F.piscoial Pakice, at Graves, are taken
for hospitals. ,, .
ABOUT THE QUEEN ASD MEDIATION.
The 'VYuws is authorized to deny that Quern
Victoria has had' aajairrcapjmdeiice'with
anvliodv on the subject ' of uihlfation; or
that Gladstone is fearful that Pmsia is be
coming too strong. ?y a Tf y t
POLAND IX FAVOR OF FRANCE RUStfflA
A special to the New York jfinie, dated
Paris, August 241 saw a letter to-day fniin
iicrsoiis high in otniv at St. Petersburg, stat
ing'thntthe'TftisRlantoyernmcnrise'rirttMlv nlnrmed at' the state of afihirs in Wmnd..
There is great agitatim in favor of France,
and a nunilier of Poles are leaving lo ofler
OS TJIB OTHER HAND,
a movement ison foot inthe Baltic Provinces
of the Russian Empire in favor of annex
ation to the German Confederation and, is
nnd. The Knssian Uovernmisii
isonrfie horns ol a dilemma.
Tt is believed
that in self-ilefenfir'IlHia will bccomiieliw
to take rt in the war.
RIWANOTIS FAVOR J0F THE DISMEMBER
MENT OF FRASC1-
St. Peteksbl'rs, August 24- The Su
Petersburg Journal denies that Russia is coaii
mittcii' lo . prevent "the" ilismemberment of
France. She is) 'however, certainly unfavor
able to that measure, butreganls'agitation of
that question premature'
TRUSsIA TO BE HELD TO HEBORHUSAL rRK
TEXT IS THE WAR.
LoSDos, Augnt.23A) special messenger
from St. Petersburg, arrived with import-oil
instructions fo the Legationhere. Russia
insLts on the clearest' intimation to Prussia,
tliat she is to I held to her original pretext
in the war, and that no territorial agrandiae
nient will be permitted by the powers.
r.w York. Ausrust 24 The Worli
London specl-d ays there fjf a rumor that
N. Von Amine, tlie North German Minis
ter at Rome, is trying to provoke a revolfa
ti6nary,attack"on Itome, in- order to preveht
Italy taking action in favor of France. It is
said' the Pojie has -dedmed to sec Von;
Amine, who was formerly in lavor of the
PRUSSIA HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THH XAS
SACRE. . I
The. Monde, a Catholic organ, ihirge the
Germans with having instigate! tne receni
massacre 01 f rcacn ana raissian ujai
Madrid, Aug. a The successes of the
Prussian armies has caused the revival bf
the question of the Hohenzolkrn candida
ture. Rumors have it that Prussia is in
favor of submittirig the subject to thepets
ple by a pUfcacit aw.
uoMsvm. . i
VIOXATlOJej OF BELKIOf TERKITORY- BY
THE PRUSSIAN SVLDHOW. (
Paris, AbsbsC 4 A despatch froM Af
Ion, a IrontMT owo of Belginm, sixteen
miles from LBxemburj?, says vwlaUoBa M
Belgium territory by the Prnsaianjaw f
freiiuentocnirreiice. It is reported Proesiaaa
attack Belgian soldiers, enter JBerguia aad
Laxenhiirf wkh jvisiotis for their amy,
nA tnnsnort tLeir wonndeil throoirh scctioas
of aeatral territory: ITjeeeaetskasI toafearl
that the positkiB of Belgium as Btwrai powet,
may be conipTpmised .
Iinsr. Awarusl S4 A Brfeian jowwl
explains that the lrWians neir the frcwt&r
cl nn isaar Bekiaa troora. aBiatafclMR
then -Mwk: Jvahr ita h-raT
sia'u'. 1aet3chmeit andoubtedly passed, rm
wares, upon Belgian sou, uui wey an ta
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Fr-mi Iho lariat Mauutactunng CliemisU in the
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tj WarehouM, 3M, BmaJway, Kw Yera.
vrOSE ABE ftl-SURCE U5I.ESS !XKrElJP
1 la ilatl twcnn ea wrafper.
a t. inajiiBOLD
I. ' "'
UNIVERSITY OE KANSAS,
TUL! ISST1TUTIOF StW AFntRDS FULL
facilities f..r prosecuting rtvulir or n-lett
rounes of study in the Sciences, Ancient and Mod
ern Languages, Drawing and Muic.
The collection of apparatus has attly lsrn laiwly
Increased by the addition of new and costly instru
ments, which have lieen selected with sis-cial releT
enoc tii extendeit and Ihorouzh instruction in Hu
man Anatomy and I'hysiuloy, lahratory practiiv
in Chemistry, olisenratorr practice in Astronomy,
and office and field practice In the Natural .sti
enccs, and in Surveying ami engineering.
Boanl cau ! procunsl in the citv at as reasonable
rates ms at any other place in the"Wet. Students
who desire it will tind ample Coilities for Uxinling
The first sfs.ion of the academic rear lsT0-7lt
Uirins Wahteaday'. nt. T,- lsT".
The rnrular examination fi.r a-lmiii:i trill ls
held i tl 111 nnd Sth ofaejiteuits-r, i-uiuuu-ndn
cuh day at S al m.
For catalog a ftrrthirTarticiiIars ap4tr to
Fratidcnt of the Uiiitersity,
State Normal School.
niHK LK.VVENWURTII STATE NUKMAI.
I SCIRSJL will be ready for the reception of pu
Wednesday, September 6th, 1870.
An efficient eor of tea-hers is enticed to Rive
instructions in all the l-ranrhes necessary for com
plete prearatioii in the teacher's work, includinc
ilrawin?. Toeal music and calisthenics. Tuition
and teat books free.
A convenient Baianlta? Hall has lsn pun-liaxsl
and fitted up by the City, and tounc ladies can Is.
Usirded at isv.t"rate-, (p'roliably not eceslinR three
or four dollars per tieek, imlmlitu furnished ruomx.
fuel, lights, washini;. Ac.,) under direction and
inanap-ment of a suitable matron.
The si-ssinn wilt (smtintie tuentv-ono weeks, in-
ciii-un ine cnristiiMs in.iijjys.
For isirticulars, adilre-s
" 1. J. WILLIAMS.
Suerinteiid(.ut and Principal, Ix-ateutiortb.
Tosiimik. Kw.. Auc. IStlt IsTp.
SKAI.KIl l'i:il1l.AI.S WILL KK UKCr.lVKH
at Toiitranozie, K in-is, until ft o"ilislc. in.,
Saturilay, Ancn-l JTlii, IsTO, f..r tin lniiMinofa
lirick ."s:lnl Itoiist. in ,sh lnliMrict No. "Js, Toii
fanoxie, Ijtteow.irtli t'.Hintr, K.insas. l"nos-jIs
will ls'ns-eiK"! frany .irni-n of the work sepi
ratn, irfortsmipl'tion f the ImiMiii!; aeennlinto
pl.tiisand si ts-itii-ations.
I lu- Isnl-IMis loiietsmiiiieimsi uitnin Ilnrtv ..i;
after date of t-vntrart, and
! Is-otiitil-lfl i-y llit-
1st dar ifj.inu.irv, 171
The shisil It-rant reserves the right
and all l-i-l.
Tin' plans and siMs-itii-tti.-iis can ! seen at the
llanlwan Mortf .1. V. liiehinlsA Co., in Ia
euwortli, K:uia.. .in Tues.H, August 2T!tl, 71,
from loi.'iliH-ka. m. until ln'ilili. in , .in-1 al
Uici-'s store, in Tonpinosie, Kaiisri, frm.i the lstli
totlie"itli inst., estvpt on tlicj:l iiistant.
itv oplerof ItifSsli.H.l Isstnl.
aulTtvll Iilriit tli-rk.
STATK IK K N..s.,
lu the I'i-lri.t Court of the Kir-t Juditi.il lLtrii t
of the State of Kansj., itliu in the County of
IMtenitorlli, in saitl Mate.
LMiuiiud A.Wfl.liiuiUrr, i.'I liulllt, )
John II. lar, fieocr W. .rlK
John A. lljldcrmin. Charltt . N
M-Aul.i, lhinielshir HenryShire,
.lane iiiierson, .Miiurisi imii ioi,
Ilatid.s-. llunwll, .Mitli.i.-I It' Man. I
William 11. l:.ilstin, KIra T.okIiiiI j
AlexamlerV. X. ThJc, H.-f-.l..iir. J
"VOIT, llii-.iloitfiiaiiosl .l.-liii II. Har, lieoip W.
I Want. Jane l".itlerson, MiMn-tl f"atter.iii ami
Iutid S. Ilurnett are hereby notified that tun,
bsa-tner with the other ! leiid-mts above luiiittl. '
bate lieen sutsl by tlie alsoe naiutsl pbiintitt,
IJIiniind A. W. Iliiiiter. in Hi- alove i.ientloneil
Court, and th-tl said pl.iulitl h-is. In said C.-urt,
filtsl liis .-titieii artin-t t..u, anl tIicolli.-rilt-f.li-t-ants
alite naimsl In th"als.veeiititltil aetii.n, and
that tnii iaiKt answer said 1 tili.oi on or liefore the
'S1 d.iy of.spti,ilier A. It., IsTn, orsiiil a-litiu
wilt ! t.iki ii a true, and jiulioint will he n n
deitsl aissmliojly of the fllowiu nature, lo-wil:
A judgment in Citor of -.ii-1 ptaintitt asainst s.iid
deft ntl-int, John II. It-ay, drs. much of the sum
of lite thousand, nine hundred and ebhty dollars,
with interest thi rrt.n at I lie rate of thirty percent.
iT anuuiii from IheSth day of M iy, A. It. lxt,
as h.ill not ei-eed ihe:iilcii"..f tihl thius:ind. i
liiitiilr.il and i-I.-vtu si.i.) iluILiis (-..fill "I))
with intt-iest Ih'nsili at the tale uf It np-r-nt. s"r
annum front th 'JMh d.ty of itetolr. A. 1. Ist.l,
that is such jielctiwiit sill l- rendt-nsl f..rs.ii-l sum
ofeuht lltttiLsjiid. mc liuiiilretl an I eleen JO-H'O
diillars, (js.1,11 -)) with interest llier-sjn at tlie rati)
last aforesaid, from said "."itli ilav of Itd.ils r, A. It.
Ir';i, and (orniftisr.iiit. And that the following
d-M-rill tracts fltntl Mtuale Ij in aid Is in,; in
thecountv of Irf-avenworlh, and statu of Kansas,
nimelt- lots r.iorte-ii uti. ottet-ii (!"i. t-Uliie-n
iiiut-ti-eii (l!i), thirt)-. uht (1'). tlnrlt-nliie
lortvllift. P.itv-one (411 and lorty-twtt (l"l,
UiL?"on hundreil an 1 onn (I'll); lots m-teti
(7), fiiihi (R), sixteen (Il"., --telltifli il). a-nl
twenlt-seteti (271, In bbskoiie liundr-sl and two
(1(12):" l-ils f.mr (I), live (."), a-id -is (C,, in bio. fc
o-ie hundred ami llirce 0K') '"' set en (7), in
l.. L olio linnirrc-d and et(ii In7). all in It-jy A
Me.liil it's addition to the itt- of lateiiworth:
lots serin (7), and eiifht (s). in blot k niuiiU ret
m t-ut-(7il), of the original plat of thetity of Ixav-t-untiiih.
I.ts thirty CM), thiity-oiio (:il), nnd
tliirtt-ttro (.), in hinfc itity-Mtiu (1-7J, of the
original plat of the eilt t.f laieiiwortli. Is- sold
without rtslemptioii Itr'the Mieriir of s.ii.1 lounty
for the satif.ietioii of Kiich jiidjiiit lit, and su h
am.. il lit as the Court shall find due Inmi
said John II. Itay lowid plaintirfon cs- Usraitseof
the note, iiioita-e .ieeil and decnw lii-n-uiafter
ni.llti..n-.l ami tliotsistsiif sii.l at ti.s-i and that the.
l.r.s..-Kari-ili irorn sm h sale llii rt of he applied to
the p.iMi,. nt of lhe rosls of s-tid attitin ami tlio
am it' to l foiiiid tluus.iid pUiiitill on said note,
iiKirlcue ths-l au-l dt ns. with interest on Mich
amount lr.nn ili.iti .' tht r iidltii.it of jmleintnt
at the rite of ten i.i-i.nt. i-r annum, and tliat the
setertl li.-f. ii-LuiU in said at tiou arel verj- onn of
thi m, iio In. lin;: t.ursrltes;'ii.l ttt-ry (s rm cLiuu
in; lv, from, thmii"h or uinlivany of s.ii.1 .1. Cud
ants lie I'lrott r laritsl and ion IimsI ofaiel from all
andauv rijht aud tsjuitv of nieuipiin and .it her
ri)!bt tthate.rof, on. In or lo said tracts of 1-ind
and verv of Hit i.i fnsu and afttr Mult sjle
th.-nsif. " .
And that ton and all of s-iid dtS-ndints and all
pep-ins i iaiioiii fiom or under ton or iheiii or any
of too or tin in, lordt-nsl. ri-.iiiirtsl .nd iljiila-cJ
toilrlitef .it.n of mill tracts of land to the
grantiv or ttraiitees in etcry dtssl nixie in pursu
amv of sii -h Nile, si) m.ii as di-nijiid Ihiiret-ir slull
U'lua-Ie, iiiiI-m. the dtf. n ianU in said H'lioll or
Mime one or moie of them shili ay or c-aus... to l;
piid to said plaintiirwithi:i mine sh.it lime lit !
Iiisl lit the Court, the amount of sn, h iu.I-'iui lit,
that is sin It sum of money a the Court idinll in this
attioii liiul to Iieiluo tu.viid plainttlt fiom ai.l John
II. I.n on and Ls-ai.-ti of the iiiatl.is hereinafter
mentioned, with iuUrest therism at the rate of ten
perts nt. s-r annum ftmn tlw lime of the rvn litl.ui
of ju Unit nt in sjid netioii.
Whiih last inintioned aiuoiiut of money i. lie
said pUinliird ilmetl lol-ttlue him from all J4ili
II. Iuv. and he, slid plainliir. cl.iii.i lo have a
lb it on thealioved -rils.il trails of land therefor,
and a runt to k ve tint same sold 6r th- satisfaction
Ili.in,r..li, lindir ami K-caiise.f the matters and
things li. rtiuafierstatisl. tit-wit: , j
on the ..Hi dav t.f Nott-ml.fr, 1.S.W, at I.nen
worlli Cut. said John II. Hay made Ins promisrory
tu.ie in nViihu ithAl date, .in I then delivered the
same to said plamtirT" and thereby for value
received pr.inii-.-d I" y at the IciuUins boti'ti of
otl, Kerr .:ls.1 aMWit h'arit-r the dale thtre
of, to the order ufaaid pUintit', lite thou-siild,
niii- himdnsl and eighty dollars (;.(,t0), with
n I'-ii? I thereon at the Irate of thirlt vr lent. -r
siiuiiiii after the mitiiritr thereof until uM.
Au-loii tfi-sth day of N'ovt-mU r, IVi, thu said
.tnlin II. Im;, fir the pnrisise and in opicr to si un
tile isime-t" of tf... af-.r.-ild prooiiiry iiuluaiul
sum of uioiict and interi-l llit r. iu-n.i.itittl, iua.J.
eAtcutisl an-f tl.-Hvei.tt .i ,iil pI.iiutiiniiMJ-ita.il
morta;e ths-1 ofthat date and thereby eotiitjrd lo
said plaintiff, his heirs and xs-im, Iho al-ote
tttsrritesl tru (sof land with other lauds.
And on the i'.lh dav of o. lol.-r, l9rtl, .iL Hi"
Octol-r Term, A. It., f;i, t,fthe lii-frict Court of
the irniti-l Slab-. C.r the ii,tri(t of ICaura,, li a
t-jrlaiii action then pe:i.liiist!ieriiuiiiei-aity,tiilM re
in said Ijlinuud A.W.. llunur wasJ.iinlillaH.lsil
John II. Itay and others were defendants, ou a kill
fihsl an-1 Jinisis-iiietl l,j said ptaiiitiCi 6ir thefott
he.'iretifsaid morty tfistl, aoesi; other things
theCtmrt did then find Ihit there was Ibtndue to
faid plaintirrfrom aitl Johu 11. ltay -n sid note
thesiim ofeichl ihou-aii.l. si liunurtti ami elen
:M0 dollars (j-i,Ci -0i, and liiat sii. pliintnr
then had a,, lieu bt jjotbei.. for lie-iij me-it of
ajnie on the sereral tracts of bnd. bin in aioiu
And said Court In said action tlon Biiins4ber
thinssopb-iisl, aitjii.Ied and dis-re 1 lint all l.d
sincular lhe several tracts of land aU.tt- dr-.-rili.sl
,ttt raiM llie anutunt s.i,nu I luf from said Jvhu II.
ItayU-xill atipullic suetion by and under the
tlireitlon of the I'nittl States Marshal, amllhit
said Mtrshal Uinld pay to said plaintltr, or hit
oliiitor, toittif the pnA-etsls of such sa!u thectets
in that uit to be taxed, an.1 alHUii-aiuo'int -st
fiitind due as afo-i-sai.l, blether with le-jd Iiiten-t
thereon fnmi the tlafe ofsaid iWrec. thlih said "K -crts;
'till remains in full tuti.e wholly im-nti.fi.sl.
Au.Lj'ii arc al-t ht-rebv further uoiit-l tfcatt tie'
ever! travUof U:vl afuvo dx.ril-jI hate. lru
"attacht-l in this the above intillcl actioa on the
prupertr or ail John II. lay, uiidirand by virt.u
of a certain onlerof attvlmient l;ret.t.re iwueil,in
said acti-'ii and dirwle.1 lo the MienSTefvsiM county
Ucit?-iile, who inaiie such atUchwsul by liili.t:
r toted Hits lltla day of Aro-iul, lnt'
r CIJll'CH & WIIKAT,
"l.ir Attorneys for I'Jainio'.
Xollcc lo Propcrlj- Owner-
r-rrr rrKe.x.'0rtv ", )
Leavenworth City, Kansas, r
July in, A. It. ls7. I
YuotiBe." that at a rt-eiilar mwtins, held by tlr
.. . . .!. lt lull-
KACH OI-' YOU. ARE IV.M.BY
VTl- llMHtw W'lf l "fl --"-"" -.-.
a-cl. ilf"!"? J2U!r wr,:
,a.pfe(t:" "'""" . . t
IsoIve-V-tTba iss,nt.rra.-v lo iou.tr.i-5 a
lJaaksi'hi5ark;-iIi;e-n!-re-llh pine j.Utf.na
and vhlte tot -trinKers, on the e-t side ..f Main
street, in fn.nt of lots Hi and 11, h!. "r'"' j-
the west linwOfalaU street brtweeii tKuieandJ 4t
tawatomie trect. excepting ia front uf lots.., -J,
3 and 6, block 1 1 City Proper.
. .i ,.... . ,..h nfiini. are hereier fnrlhcr
notifitsf, Ihtt unhM a ntajorlly of Ibeownersof
1. -. v fnJ.lin. (it lltei llr. feXLT'M IS.rstCI
shii 'sn-.t . .-. ... . . ---. . , . 7 .
.i.ili. in Interest In such proiTty by reason .'T
Tax Till, an.1 liable to l taie-l .r -nrh work t.r
iainroTtnltnlMull, on or liePire Moo-lay, the Tin
da? ofSeplemler, A. 1. 1KV, file it ilk theuy
Clerk of said City. Ib-ir pn.test aiam.t said Im
provcmcnlvUK,GtCynari .will j-nler said im
ir.,n.remS tf he-nlalr.'Snd contract then for,
leilerv aJelrtlleet the taxe- for the saiu.s, as pn.
vidcsl by the Oty Charier and Ordifcanttii pisl in
tamVMIK irWlfe.r. "
!. - "-V- .
I r- W3I. ft. CaJJCHTOy, City aerk
THE TAX wUWtJlNTS 1CED 70 P-- KHL'M
ELftr":6nss;nict!rjcasiaeiiraIton the -north
side of Kiowa street from Third street to Ionrlh
Street, aronowio my hands for cuilection. Itu
al.y accrues ft-f &ECKEOIA:r.
Br P..IL JbD5 Prputy.
T-V)L"v:i STBAYEUs rEESONS IIAVlStJ
l.L-. tiiiiirl;ti-.ariv kind, may
ted. the saniarwardinj; a minute ii.-si..(..e......
roA:hb-5nf5j0f wner, to meat rarrmagiuu,
Atchison 0inrJTCrns. -
mm Terms rcasonabie.
WAltXKIt'S PILE UEMEHY HAS NEVER
failed not even in one case to cure the verv worst
casi of Kgatr; Itctiiaz r KlceJIne riles. ' Tin
whdnreanKtetlshoiiU Immedbtelv call on their
tlragsist and vx. Wakser's Iile I'tEMnor. It is
expressly for the Illes aad Is not recommendetl to
care anjr ther Uiteao. It baa curud man v cases of
over thirty years standing. lrice One Itoilar. for
sale by drurfsts everywhere.
WAi:xi:i:'-i hyspepsia toxic is piie-
PAItEIi expressly for IlysTsfties arel thosesuffer
ing with habitual Cuttiveuesa. It Ls a slightly Mim
ulatinctuuic and a splendid appetizer: it strvni:t!i
ens the stomach ami restores thediimtive oreans t.t
ineir neaitny state.
Weak, nerroiw and dvieptic
Is-rstHLs should It-"
For .sale by drupsi-tls. rrice Out; Itoiljr.
COUGH NO MORE.
WAUNERS COUISII RAI.S.VM Is healini;, soft
enini; and exiiectnratinK. The extraordinary power
it iss,s,.e in immetliately relievine. and eventu-allt-
ctinnc the mint obstinate cases of Coughs,
Cof.ls, isire Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Catarrh,
Hoarseness, Asthma and Consumption is almost in-creillbh-.
So promjit b the relief and certain its ef
fects in all the above cases, or any atlection of the
throat and luns, that thousands "of physicians are
daily prescribing it, and one and all say that il is
the most healiu; nnd expectoratinc" medicine
knosrn. One du-e always affords relief, arid in
most cases one bottle effects a cure. Sold be drus
pists, in large bottles-, l'riec One Itollaf. It i
tour own fault if you stilt cough and sutler. The
Kit-am will cure.
WINE OF HIT.
The jrreat Ithsul riirifier and TV-Hcioils Urink.
WAUXER'S VISUM V1T.K, OR WIXE (IF
I.lr'E, is free from ane poisonous drugs or impu
rities, being prepared for thte who require a stim
ulant. It is a splmdid aps-tizer ami tonic, and the
finest tiling In the world for purifying the Mood. It
is the most pleasant and deliiioas article ever oth-ri-d
tit the public, far superior to brandy, whiskey,
wine, bitters, or anv other article. It Ls more
healthy, and cheaper. Hoth male and female;
toun or old, can take the WineofLife. It is in
fait, a life preserver. Those who wish to enjoy
giss-I health and a free, now of lively spirits, will do
well to tale the Wine of Life. It Is dlnerent from
anvthios ever lsrfore in use. It is sold br drug
gists; also at all n-"iectahle saltans, rrice One
Is. I lar, Imjiurt Istttles.
WAUXKU'S EMMEXAUOtlL'E is the only arti
cle known to cure the Whites, it will cure in etery
t-ise.J Where is the family in which this inii.r
tant medicine is not wanted ? Mothers, this is the
nreattt blessiujt ever offered jou, aul you should
Iiiiiticdi-itepr pris-ure it. It is also a sure cure for
ftiual-lrrt"uls:rities, and mav he ritpendrd ti"n
in ettrt i-as- where lhe moutnly tlow has Urn ole
striu tisl tlir..ii-li told ordiseaser Sold liy ilrtiryisis
rrieeitiie IolIir. Orsrnt l.y mail on receipt of One
IV.ILir and a o'lartcr.
Ainn:t r,i:t state ST., chicaco.
4tiltii l tilt SHtli !
OM.V CEXl'IXESrKACR 11)ltTABI.EtIRl-jT
Mills, for Corn Meal, Wheat louring and
Misk Kt-tsl, lttdtiii; Apisiratus, SmiitUrs, Corn
Shell. r. I'lonr I.uLersand Mill Work Cenerallv
These Mills wen tir-t in-nle
to supply the wants of the
Planters and "silltk ("rowers et
IheSsiiiih, hut their fame has
spread to everyiuarter of the
glol-, and they are now sold
ami Used in Europe, Asia, Af
ni-t ami South America, lo
Supply the int rea.ing de mind
Ut: hate rulargtsl our Maun
fat tury an.l added valuable im
i.rovt-nients to the Mills.
As herttolbre. our Mills will be biiill of tho: e
Itnrr IW-s ks, -s-Ircted a: the ('lurries ill Frame
sh-ii.1 lor l?s,TiptiieIaiiiphItttontaiLiii Treaties
on Milling, sent bv mail free. Address-.
IsUACSTRAl Hilt ,
i or. Front and John s. , Cincinnati, O
Svtul for Pri(o and Saiiilo-
HAKDWAKK A"0 (JCTI-EUY.
r. j. i:iciikis, aoiisKONftvn:
J. F. KICIIAKIS V '..
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Rubber and LeaUicr Belting.
Itcltiioiil WhociinK XuiLs
JohnDeere's Moline Plows,
Buckeye Ecaper and Mower, Monroe
CANTON, O., Sweepstakes
A .s. U
AULTMAS It TAYLOR VIBBATOK Threshers
WVh itellns lsl fecstrtitit nt of
K-.V r IlTt V"N"ICr" SCAT.KS.
In the ."Male. All Warehou-s", Hay and Slot!:
vilfss.,.t byn4'sill betet lift teltbont
IRON" AND STEEL,
Kin.lelWS, ANVH-si.'.-IsnS, .te.,tSCOMI'l.EI I
The attention of Merrlnnls Is t M- to o-ir-ittek
audprhes. Onb-rsrwIItH"! sihI promptl) Idled
Corner Tliint aari Delaware Streets,
30 0 HORSES
,. bl'ITAJILK "H
rnn:. jifsr isi: fiimm r, to c; iiaxh-i
1 blah, from ." I'j years oil, in ?A tleli ..id
e-.und iu all padicttlsrs. Apply- In ....
M. II. IXM.EY. Ijlgirtmi' Stable
leaventtoilh, vt.K, ts70. uiin.Aw"il
.1. 51. ttUlv,
SECOND NATIONAL RANK
Huvs and RIN (iovernment Il.iid', an-1 dis?" a g-u
fbI7JA-v'.s; eraLIIankiiig biirincrt
( E-tjl.li ,..!
I in I-::.
Ruckcyc ISolI FouiMlry.
nuinli. Academy, I'atlorr. Farm. File-Alarm,
Hell, ma.1- of Pi.-xk Br.tr. 'MittaL. fC..i.is-r an-1
Tin.l xarrantol iu tuUty, tone, tliu ibility, Af. ,
and m-emled wilh our I"aient Isii-Kovnt 1:.t.vtisi
Ilaruipgs.IIIuHtHiratjJrs;ues s nt fn-e.
lo--an-1 lot tiv-t Second street
. , . . . llneinn jtLOliio.
A"T:I-TWo i:i:i.iai:lk ani cowrie
V TENT istm-irsiojrepreswnt UwU Ltrrn I it i
Insi KtytK limrir okSkvt TiOek, hi the States
.o-K'an'sv'aid.Mlss.iiirL. Whl ex-erfiicttt inn
THOMAS .r. ! i:r.!-?f! .'s ., rtrn'I A-C-.
No. 7 Sunlit FJUt-t., lsteuwnh, JvJOf-
ror. SALK-KrVr. yoke of :(ori vav.
V Cattle, yofcurtan-llihahisi; a !? War.'?.
Prairie l-loVs. 13. llaii.Lpiiiiih; llT "u';
Mosf" also alotttf walnrit luniWn.l -':"!i"1
1-n.iorf- . i . , tJtffA iLM-.
Stranger, Ijeavcii-vorth Ct., Kinsa.
auw3t ' r
,4 YCrto'ttUAKKA-jU ',I1f-11r!r?-
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