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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEIt 1, 1870.
TTAR AJJD POLITICAL SEWS.
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I.KAVKXWOKTH CWCSTTY ISMM.
TIOX er BEI.EC1ATEN.
Tin- meetings f.jr the election of delegate's to tbc
Republican State Contention will lie held in Ieav
enworth County on Saturday, Septemlicrad ; in the
TnwnshiiM at 2 o'clock p. m., and the plN shall
lie kept opn at least twe hour; in the Wards, at 7
o'l'k p in., and the poll shall lie kept -n at
b-sst u hour and a half. Tbo voting mill Is- by
tnll.it. The place of holding the meeting and the
iiiimber of deli-Rate, are as follows:
XI district, First Wanl, at Chris, btallicr'se; three
elclegates ami alternate.
Jitdutnct, Second, Ward, at Harmony Hall, two.
71 di-trirt. Thin! Wanl, in Latin's Building;
2 ditriel, Fourth Ward, at Turner Hall; three.
!M district, Kirkapmi, at Henderson's School
27 diitnct, Eastern, at Ilapp's Mills; one.
2n district, Alexandria, at Owebier's School
? district. High Prairie, btrangeraud hheriuaii,
nl Hsrpen' a School Honse, two.
30 district, Delaware, Lcnape and Fairmoiinl, at
JOHN KCIIOTT, Cliairniaii.
;. W. II. Mooaa, Secretary.
Arret ir mm lel Haass at f be Baalnewa.
who Sol Ui Carprl Hark
4 J ray Hairs raat alwawa Honorable.
It will lie remembered by motof otir re.td
cir, that some two months ago a man from
Lawrence was the victim of a ncotindrcl who
borrowed ?20 of him "for a few moments,"
leaving the victim in possession of a carpel
ntck filled with oTd clothes, at a harness shop,
on Delaware street. This confidence man
eluded the vigilance of the police officers,
wifficitiitly to perpetrate other robberies, until
yesterday, when he was arrested ly officer
Sheehan and Laubcr. It Fcenw that his
name w I. O. Millard, and that he u-ed to
live in Chicago, from which place he came
to Lawrence, havingscpanited from bix wife
in the former city. After remaining in
J.T!encc.for cveral monthn, he came to
J-wcnworth, rented a dwelling near the
San Francinco Hoiine, about the time of
tins carpet sack liusinow, and the wife
soon after deciding to live with him again,
nhe also came here, where they have re
mained nince. Some three weeks ago Mil
lard encountered a laboring man, a htranqcr
in the city, and pretending to be a cattle
"drover, hired him to go out into the country.
They were to rfart next morning, and at the
appointed time Millard called at the Gtge
Street House, where hi victim wa stopping,
and they started down street- Arriving at
the comer of Fifth aud Shawnee, the ire
tended employer raid he had two or three
little biHn, amounting to pome thirty dollars,
to Hcttlc in that part of town, and had noth
ing less than a filly dollar bill; hi partner
was at the Planters' House, but it was too
much trouble to go down llicre; would the
hired man loan him tliirty dollars until thcy
got on the train? Certainly, the unsuspect
ing man would accommodate him, and did
no. Then they went on to Delaware street,
and when in front of the public t-tairway in
Aehton's building the same leading 'to
Squire Kees' office Millard told his man to
wait a moment, ax he owed a little bill up
W believe that is ab Hit the way tieoplc
who write Iwoks use stars when a character
disappears and they don't hear of him lor
some time. Millard himply availed liim'lf
of the lack .-4airs, and was seen nit more by
the man who was $30 out.
After the last mentioned transaction Mil
lard evidently kept pretty quiet for Mmc
time. He ha'd occasion to cxerisc some cau
tion for he was diligently t-earched for.
A few days, ago he again turned up, at the
depot, and wanted to get a $20 bill 'changed
by s newly arrived passenger from the rural
districts. He held the note in his hand
while tltc accommodating party handed him
two $10. Then he 'disappeared in the
crowd as if by magic, and that victim saw
him no more.
How many other bwindles this grey headed
old reprobate perpetrated for he is grey
headed, and looks like a gentleman is not
.certainly known. That he operated exten
sively in Chicago, Lawrence awl Leaven
worth there is no doubt. Officers Shcehan
and Laulier finally vtruck hit trail yesterday,
and followed it to his house, wlicre they were
informed by the wife that her husband liad
gone to market. But the policemen were
not to be beaten in that war. They made
a search of the premises, and found Millard
concealed in or under a bed. They took him
out, lodged him in the calaboose, and he
will probably hare a bearing this morning.
So all the poor fellows who lost their
money can now be avenged, for it is pretty
certain that Millard will be sent up. The
officers acted shrewdly in catching him, and
are entitled to great credit for it
Officer Mat. Malonc. on Monday, arrested
a man at Fort Leavenworth, who h.d com
mitied several robberies and afterwards en
LVted in the army. Two weeks ago lie t4olc
"Ttowe-hogsfrom Mr. Walk, in South Leav
enworth, for. which crine he was arrested,
examined, and bound over to appear at the
Criminal Court. He escaped from the
eonnty jail, and afterwards stole a horse
from Mr. Smith, at the Fort arsenal, and
sold it to a man, named Vaughan, living
oat on Hog "Creek.' tie also stole "a"reow
and calf, and sold it for $70. Malone traced
'fciai to the Fort and arrested him. The
tnwa who has several aliases, among which
are those of darks Henry and William
Manlv xtoutljr declared his innocence, hut
the officer wan not to be put off in that way,
and lodged him in the calabooxc. He is to
be examined this morning.
Heavy Storm. Between nix and seven
o'clock on Sunday evening a very heavy
rain storm, accompanied by the
tfrongeot wind of the season, swept
over the city. Bonsiderable damage wan
done to fruit and fdiade tree", and loune roof
ing uScrcd Kttncwhat. Lightning struck
the flag KtafTat Kunz'K Brewery and damag
til it seriously.
The iropect i good for a very large at
tendance at the Fair to be held here next
HABKET BEM 1VT.
Leavkkcthbth, AogustSl, 187(1.
ItKltlltTKD WEEKLY BY CAKNEY, FKNIjUN
Sunr, N. . V Ih..... .....
Cruxhfxland Powdered Sajar
1 W( 90
12 ana is oo
2 2-vas no
9 00.10 70
6 WiC! 50
1 35i.2 00
4 50Tat 75
2 504 50
2 752 00
MoIimm, coiuinon Sugar Hvoav
Sugar Drip" -....-
Kio UuC-e .........
Sail, coare. t I.M..... ......
Star Candle.i... .
Soap ..... .
Tea, l-st ImperiaL..
Tea. anvnd juAlitr... .
Mackerel, No. 1 t W M.I..
' No. 1 kitu
' No. 2 K bbl
" itili... ".....
Hermig, finokcl .................
Halil.iit... ............. ............
Oynters t rw. .-.-...
Can Fruits V caw ....- ...
Cltnmii .......................-.... ...
Itaisin ........... ....................
Irn-d Currant.. ....... ......... ........
Cherne pittcI. .............. .
IlnmuiH V doz...HH...H.MM.....w4....
Won-lrii Warr, No. HiibsX dot....
44 44 No. 2 tuUXdoi
44 44 No. 3 tulVdox..
Thrre boop pails..............
Two hoop jail... ....... ....... ... ...
Wa-vh Hoards ............,
Toliacto No. 1 V -
1 OOfxl 10
44 No. 2VIb
44 No. 3 V lb
Natural LeafNo. 1...
i J rape Juiee.......
Kilbkinick V lIe.
Fine Cut Cbewins...
Virginia Smoking .
BArO!f AHD L1U.
Clear Side, pork bou.e......
Sli.iiiMcrs........... .. ......
Hams, rugar-cured .....
REItJirTED WEEKLY BY rEAKE A MARSH.
CROWX SUKKTUtO A2CD 8BIBTI5U.
Indian HcadSheetins 14
44 R. .
Bedford, K. .
Peperell, O. .
Aniokeas: . ISV
Union A 12
BLEACIIKriBIIKBTIHO A KHIBTIIO.
3C in Fruit of loom.
36 in Lowell
3o in Sxjal L
34 in Lonsdale. .
31 in Poeaaaet F.
28 in Stiraaant .
36 in (treat Falla Q.
36 in Hartford
3T, ill IbKklaud...
lfaaiton.. . ....
15, Hartford Bro...
Otes C C
AnKxkeaK L C A...
(Vmestoca C C A...
Mount Vemon .......
Collins A ...
Indian Orchard 12
I-nronla . ......... 13
Androscoggin Sat teen
Xauiukea; Satteeu .
(i INCH A MS.
(iarner & Co-.....10 Lancaster
. lii;if.cIl.MernmacI Ii.
. ..!.. . . .. -5-..i
...... 9 Simpson Mo'g
Vi I Star
HAT AND BEKDR.
Prairie Hay, loose ton t 00e10 00
44 4 baled ton 15 OOtiil S 00
Osage nets! 12 00gl5 m
Flax seeil I 25
Hungarian sofd...... .................. ...... 1 2
Timotliv setsl C no
Hover seed 11 00
Hemp wtsl . . 2 0092 50
Ked top seed ...........
Ijnl Oil .
l.inseol Oil 44IUw"
Unseed Oil 44ItoiIed"
Castor Oil.. ............. .............
AIum.... ........... ..........
Oippi'ras ... ..-
Mor'hiiie............ ....... .
Turicntine. -. .
A Icohol.......... ..... ..
2 753 0(1
Unwashed fine heavy.
4 4 long
Washed tub common -44
ILOUB, MKAt. AUD BKAK.
. . 2 502 75Corn Heal
brands3 25(3 40 Bran ...
ti OO3I 25
A pples .
Salt -H bbl
St ru p .
Chickens "H dot 3 0033 00
I.l, White Winter flonr In sack .1 75
44 44 44 i nbarrels 7 SO
Iest City or Missouri brands .......... 3 2S
AAJ 3 UO
XX 2 502 75
(Sraham Flour, 3 sacks
3 lb Oat Meal . ..
Oear 1.2;j;.lji.2 inch dress' d one aide
' ' 32.50
2l do do
do do do
3d 44 ..
do do ...
I inch Siding.
', Inch Ceiling, clean demr ....
A Slock Board, 12 Inch-
11 iz men-
Joists and Scanning, 16 feet and under
Shingles. A or Star sawed ..
44 No. 1 sawed .
Lath, 1st quality ...
do 2nd ,4
Doors, 2-riXtt-C ..
4 4 grufi-
44 2-10xU-loZL" Z
Sash gxlO !Z '. ."
44 9xt2 , ,
4 10x12 -
44 9x1 1
10xlC Fancy .
New Yobjc, Aug. 30.'
Money easy at 433 on call.
iold dull; opened at 16.', touched IC&H'C, aad
closed at lo'lCJ.
Clearances $28,000,000. (
tiovernments doll and steady.
Coupons, 'hi, Uili; 'S3, 12X813.; , 11
&UH; '65, llXGUH; new, 9Ji10; 7, f
io)i; , i&W, io-40s;s, UKmix.
State bonds nominal; Xo.'s0.
St. Loos, ami. 3b.
KUUR Dull an j nominaDy urn hwagmV
WHEAT Steady aad firm for choice; other
grades dull; No 2 red fall $1 143tl it; No 1 $1 3M
1 22; choice Si 25S1 26.
CORN-IHiU tnitnVaiiaaMaalt-d; prime yellow
680c; white 7T3r.
OATS Dull aad lower at 3aAI2c.
BAI1LET Infalr drmind; No 2 aanac f7c
$1 00: No 1, $1 10. "
RYE Dull at 73$78r. ,
CROCERIES Quiet aad unrhanted.
11 IGHWlNES-Dan at z98c.
MESS PORK SIS 5329 W. .
BACON Shoolden In aaall wv
LARD Dull amTaosBlatl at
HOtic la good deawaa at t
WHEAT Less active, "closing at tt 00 for old
and 1 OSUforncw Ni2.
Ni2. 1 I
COBK Quiet and 22 lower, clijning at CAiQ
63c for No 2.
OATS-!hjt ami j lrarn-elosing atKiJc
" B '
ilYE-Vaic lower, rlbtlnir al r.sliav tNo 2.
BAULEY Lew active and 2&3c lower, closiag
ai i uvai in ior .)-.
HUSH WIN ES-Iull at 67c for iron liound.
PKDVISIUNS Quiet and unclianced.
HOOS Steady at S3 GOa9 90 for lair to ehoh.
CATTLE Dull and depremed at S3 25A7 25 for
coiuuion Texan to medium shipping atecrs.
SEW YeiK HABKET.
NkwYoex. Aiis. 30.
FLOUR Lower and more active at 85 25f3 50
for 'ujier Weatcrn ; 85 XHa.5 75 for extra Westemj
$." b0rG 30 for good to choice; 8C 15G6 3 vr white
wieal extern extra.
WHISKEY Lower at 93&9lc. closinz inside.
WHEAT 1 to 2c letter and fair demand at 81 15
fbrcomaaon No 2 Chicago, part kiln dried; SI 21ft
1 25 No. 2tpring; 81 32Nol spring; 81 40q1 43
wmier reasna amuer esiern
COIIN Heavy at tv6S!tor trew; mixed West
OATS Unchanged at50(a5acfor Western
PORK Dull at 828 00 for men; f2t VO&X 00 for
prime: 830 00 J2 00 foe prime umsw.
BEEF Quiet and rteady at 12&ir-c for plain
mm; 1GA19C for extra mevi. ,
CUT ME.VTS Dull at la21c for pickled halua
ana uikldlra;inc Tor long clear.
LAKD More active and linn at K.J(y 105icKleam
ami 17(517: kettle. , '
WhUe 'heat lOi dl; u-d ivetcrn- NV2 10J ;
Western flour 21 1M.
Corn, No2 mixiil 23s Cd
Oats 3k Id.
Kjcon SCH fur Cuiuberljivl ml,
f.-i (h h'lIt Jib
Weekly Ret lew Ml. Inia l.hr Nlwk
CATT1.E The total retejpts for the week Jnclade
We iruotollieiuarkvt firm ami Mcady at the fol
lowing priiti: Extra to choice native sbippini;
lweve, 7 2j toS7 73; second clisf shipping lieeres,
$6 75 to j fi.; Iirt h-s butchers.' Mock, eG 00 to
$6 r0;Kecoi.tl class do Si .' to $" 2Ti; third cLtw
$1 50 to S4 Wi, we inite,Ciir to !I Texas and
Chemkec rattle from SI 00 to SI SO; common to
nidliuui, $3 50 to $3 75; inferior to common entile
or all norts, ft! 50 to $T 00 ti 100 lbs pross.
Hoes This clavs has Urn in rather illiterate
vnpply, with apiarriitly little or no abatement in
the demand, and an iiiipnniii); tendency in loth
demand and value", with a decidedly strong and
The receipts fr the week comprise 1.370 head:
with sales of 11,701, at the following range of
price: Kxtra to ibiuie grades, S'J iS to 810 00;
good to prime, Si .VI to 99 '); medium to fair, S7 '"
to SS W. For slockers' bos prices have ranged
Trom ?fi 75 lo $7 50.
SiiKEr The general condilinn of aflain in the
sheep trado 1i;ls lieeu without noticeable change.
Arrivals and Kiipplics bate Nfn superabundant,
while tbc demand bus Iieeii limit -s I wholly to the
cil v and home I rade, .uid chiefly to good and prime
fatVhecp and Unilis. Yet, for thcc the market
has lueu quite htiady, and witho' t noticeable
cliange. ThearriaIstor the cck embrace 3,7.,
with iales of2,2l7. We give the following as suli
stantiallv the ruling prices: (iotmI toprimefat iniit
tou qualities, Si 00 lo St 50; medium to fair, 3i 50
to S3 50; common, 82,00 toS2 27; inferior. Si 25
to SI 75.
Tbc Price lo be Paid Tor Hoar.
The Crawfordsil!c, India in, Journal mentions
that a I-afayctte gentleman, wild .some expenenca
in trade, last week offered in Crawfonlsville to con
tract for the delivery by him of 5011 bugs, ateraging
275 pounds, in January next, at 7 cents.
A fse new 7 octave piano is offered for
sele cheap. Apply at this office.
In getting tJiavcd, pmiiiplntsM, a .sltaqi
razor and an experienced hand are very dc
nirahle. Jlelmcr, the I'riissian Iwrlier, has
all these at his miIi Miti.
Dunss! Duros!! A full miiiiiIv for south
Leavenworth at Harrop's Dmg (Store, comer
of Walnut and South Fifth Ftreet. Thev are
fresh, new and pure, and will be compounded
with accuracy. nug.!ocoil2w
Sea Mom FAniNE from pure Irish Momi,
for ISIanc Mange, Puddings, C'ustanls,
Creams, &c, Ac. The chciijiot, healthiest,
and lixwt delicious food in the world.
We notice the extensive IkhjI and shoe
hotiM! of (icorge O. Catlin A: Co. arc receiv
ing ;ui imtueiisc stock of custom made. IkioIs
and shoes. This is one of the oldest houses
in the West, land nttiks among the ino-t
The IVrlin Omrnnf recommends Dr.
Price's Cream Hiking l'ouder, and the edi
tor savs it is free from the offensive taste of
s.ilaratus and its onliuanry coinotiiiils. d
Mits Whitcomr's Svnt'P ru Soothing
ClIll.tiltEN. Many sleepless nights of (lain
ful watchings to the aniiu mother might
be avoidcil, by using this iiivaluable prapcra-
A Family Treasckk The happiest
and bcht member ofafaniiJy is usuallycal
kil the the light of the household, becanse
besides leing happy and cheerful himself,'nr
herself, he or she makes all else liappy or
cheerful. The Charter O.ik Stove is such a
There will Ix; a meeting of the Directors of
the Kansas & Missouri llridgc Coniiany, at
their olfico in this city, on Friday the il day
of Sc4ciubcr, 1S70, at 10 o'clock a. m. '
au30-2t ( . . It. 1 Iixi-y, lVcsTdent.
Wax That Will IMennc.
An article that recoiiiineuds itself, and
may lie returned if not satisfactory in every
respect, is manufactured atuf for sale,
wholesale and retail, at Han-op's Drug
Store, comer Fifth and Walnut streets.
Retailers supplied at icasonahlc rates.
Mcsir. The wnnt of a tock ofVliect
iiiuicaiid iiL-4nict!iu Iiooks has beeii.lohj;
felt in thl" eity, nnd ilcsr". Crew & Morrill
have received a large assortment of tlic'Iatet
and mit Niiitihr. iiuliUcaliiiiu. TLe ladies
and otliers ran now Mi)iIy tliem.-clvcs at low
figures, anil save the trtinnlcof,ndinj'K:e4.
rSoiitIieat, corner of,lyfli aiuL, Delaware
AjtoTiirit iniK)"tant change, has lieen
efleejeil liy Ije Ilaiinltnl and Ht. 'Jo-eiili It.
K. tune for t!ic aeeoniiniMlalion of the trav-
via ist. Joe. AlicniiMin Kxpress leavesjat
3 ji. in., vi.i Harlem, and Xight'Kxprcf
leaves at '.I . in., via St. Joe. All these
traina iii.ike direct tsinnection for Qiiiiicy-,'
ralacfe-Slccnifig tiirlJcJn Jtll' nijart trains.
with only one change of cars between the
Mfa-onri Kiver and New York. See tinie
tabic on third age.
SI,000 Kewakd'h otTered by the iiropre
tor of Dr. I'lenr'n Alia. KxU or Golden
Medical Discovery for a medicine lliat will
eijtuil it in 'iKe aire of all dicaC8 for wliith'
it ih reoMuniended.-i For1 Bronchitis, neverc
Cowgli-s, and the early tages of ContuiiiiUun,
it has astonished 'the' medicat 'faoilly'by' Jti
wonderful cures, and hundreds of tlte'ket
tihysicians pronounce it thejrealot nicil-'
ical dicoverv of the aire. While it cures
tlic severest cough, it .sirens
theiM the 8VS-
tent and Mrrifiw the blood
PinijJe on Uie.lacc.rtiytivps.lotcbr',
rscroftilous dieascs, and "Liver Cniniilainl"
or Billk)anrw irha?"vTn'r,ln,tviriaHdd.
Sold by dniggL4& , Jhe Ojj W i133 rP1"
Pierces private Governinentlteveiuiertaitip,'
on the ontside wrappeK ni.r .-i dir
.1 . 5 1 i. TT, i" v
AWrlcosse llliat (he- TaMe. aatsl at
trac C'oneh or Ibe lavalM. 1 1 i
Tlte counties wav in which
the SEA I
Moss Fakine mav he utilized incooki
the inimciuQ nuniLeraf lisJicrsniue. jil
and simple, others of the tn ist' delicate ;
deliciom nattpc to -which 'it impahrt-nbt
only all that is dcxirablc in qttalitv, bull a
wonderful increase in nuantitv, are amoae
ita rtrongot reconimcndatiims. There is ao
kind oCsrinaoeou.i lirepnraliong, no.kjndM
aoop or gravy in whicli it may not be used
to advantage; awl the blanc. mange, Tid
diofs,cuaiiJXsc3ing!jelIiei. fzruels. Ac.
made from it, arc not only unsurpassed, btit,
in otir opinion, Ttnequallrd. -InraHrlVwhcae
fftomaclis arc sensitive as to reject dU,
unuuiirt irciKuuuciiis ior 111c ICK-roorn,
find no difficulty in retaining and digesting
the light and nourishing food of which this
article forms the basis. J
theMtrTaBrawray,4 pea ;rjf dss
Fanne is certainly infinitely preferable to
any of the starches, farinas," gelatines, Ac.,
made from the cerates or from maize. We
are assured that a package of it, costing only
iwciii-utci-viiu, win irouiicv.iio iex inan
sixteen quarts of blanc mange,' jelTy,cnstar3.
t inure 1. i-inic; unsiiu. a 11c liuaiuii v seenaS
almct incredible, butth.euteiucnt iimade
oh" good culinary auth'ority,'and our reacTers
can easily test its nccsrracfbr tlicm'erres. '
-I i ,
FRIENDLY CALL. AND WlIAT wld
said. It is human nature to tell our frienU
of onr ailment JJ all doit, cxpecdri
ympalhyr 'Srwipalhy a fereUcoaBfttrt to
invalids. When we have recovered, ton w
mi " o" nut uw-
manity. It ehows that we are grateful far
. J .
elltng iililje.j TIih line hafvrum three
through connections for the' Eal "irlaily; Jas
follows: Morning Kxiins lestves a 7 a. in.'.
known txathar bf- cnrosi aaiatawtrv inraie
orfferisin JW street, Brrynasj SffJSSSRSSSi
tted by a lady pupil, who had been abseai elasMiyaftae r "fatty afacll aad. aaypre-
been sick r "Very," was the reply. "What
complaint?" "Dyspepsia. 1 thought I
should have died." "Ah! and what did the
doctors do for you, my dear?" said Mrs. S.
"Nothing," responded the young lady. "A
gentleman friend," she continued, with a tell
tale Mash, "induced me to try Flaxtation
Brtzbs, and yon see the result; I an per
fectly well !" This conversation occurred in
Mrs. SutctirTs studio; and it is here given
as she relates it, word for word. aa30dctw
To All . Keaoetm.
The splendid -crops of the season, now
nearly pawed, will warrant country merchanLs
in buying heavily, and there is no part of
their stock in which as much care should be
exercised as in the purchase of boots and
shoes. For this reason we desird to say that
W. C. Berry, Jr., & Co., No. GO Main street,
have the largest stock ever before brought
into the Missouri Valley. In selecting their
goods they have had the advantage of a thor
ough acquaintance with the wants of this
trade, and any one visiting their establish
ment will at once perceive that it is the place
to ,buy. Our friends in the country will
please bear these (acts in mind, and not tail
to call on Messrs. Berry & Co., Iiecause they
will find as large an assortment as they would
in an Eastern house, and can buy on equally
as advantageous, terms. augl3
Kokomo, Ind., Aug. 16, ISoD.
Dr. Koback: It u due to you and the
public, more especially the afflicted, to s.iy
that I have given your invaluable Scandi
navian and Rlood Purifiera fair trial, in a
number of cases of disease, and in all of
which it has exceeded my expectation, and
consequently up to it4! recommendation. I
do, therefore, with pleasure,' recommend it
to all the afflicted whose diseases indicate
such a remedy of that description.
Yours respectfully, Rev. Jas. Haven'".
A Chapter of Facta.
(pace la valuable in a newiapcr, and it is llivre
(ore proposed in thia advertisement to condense a
Tariety of tacts. Important to the mblic, into a
mall couipjuw. Thoae tacts refer to Hosteller's
Stomach Bitten what that celebrated medicine i,
and what It will do. In the first place then, the ar
ticle l a utiuiuUiit, tonic and alleratite, coiiMsliii,;
of a combination of an absolutely pure spiritnoti
agont with tbeinojt valuable medicinal tegetable
aulmtances that Botanic research lias placed at the
disposal of the chemist and the phvsaian. Thee
Ingredients are compounded with "great care, and
in such proportion a to produce a rcnration
which invigorate without exciting the general s 9.
tem, and tones, regulates and controls the stomach,
the bowel, the liter and the minor scerctlic or
Kana. What thia great restorative will do must ho gath
ered fnim what it has done. Tbecasc of d sjiepsia,
or and other firm of indigestion, in whfrh it has
lieen perslrteutly lministers without cHivling a
radical cure in vet to be heard fnnu, and the same
may be aid of bilious disorders, intermittent fixer,
nervous affections, genera! deliility, constipation,
sick lieadach, mental desindencr, and lliejs
culiaroimplaintsaiHl disabilities to 'which the fee
ble arc so nubject. It purifies all the fluids of the
Itody, inrludinK tlte bjau,.and the gentle stimulus
Bhl'ch it imparH to'theTieTVous urstem is not sue-
rralcl by the sligblest reaction. This is a chapti r
of Ixct which readere, lor their own sakes, should
mark, anu remember. tu-th-satdw
IrOOK TO YOUR II1X1KE.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
1IRS. f Cures Colic, and firi-1 PrlCO
wiirrro'MB'siiin,! m ,n0 R,W4-'K l on
" "iTwiaB & -i A &ciMtaUK the 1ru. as
Ivmp. Iceool teething J Cents.
MB. fSulslues Convulsion) Price
WHITCOMB'S j Tt ".'o 2
Symp. " I IntanU A Children. J Cents
Ma's, f Cures IHarrbea, Vs- Price
WIlITmilR'K j entry A summer com- !
Symp. all axe. J Cents.
It is the Great Infant's and Children's Soothing
Remedy in all disorders brought on by Teething or
any other cause. rrepared by the CKAFTON
MEIilCINBCO., St. Louis Mo.
Sild by Druggists and Dealers in Medic ine every
for making Brandy, all kinds of Wine, tiin, Ale,
IVevr, Conlials, Superior Cider, and much othej
useful Information for those dealing in or manufac
tuniiganyof the alsive, either for the trade or
Sent by miil fns of iwistige fir fitly rents.
Address It. E. NOKMANDV, JI Market slns.t,
ht. uis. Mo.
PIXPLES ON THE FACE.
For Commedoncflr Black AV'orms or nrul, 1'iiu
ply Eruptions and blotched disfigurations mi the
ben. Use Perry ' s Comedono and 1'imple I-'in-ly.
hold by all druggists.
mo KEMOVE MOTH PATCHES, KHECKIJ'-S
I and Tan from Urn face use 1'hitm ' s Moth an i
Kelcki.k Ixtus. The only nJuible ami lurin-
Irss remedy. Preins by Dr. II. C I'crrv, 49
Bond street N. Y. Sold by all Druggi-ls.
A RARE COIXECTIOir.
Rowland's Receipts ,J;
Ac, comprising valuable information Cir every lly
sent by mall free of postage for fifty cents.
AddrewR-K. NOKMANDY, .SOI Market Street,
at. Louis, MO.
A Book for the Million.
Iwa 1 IwIVIlw WP Rrmn To tiik Mr-
Alll llB RIEIlor tlMe about til
IXVlUa' marry, oil the philo
sophical mysteries and revelations of the sexual
system, with the latest discoveries in produiing
aitd preventing offspring, bow to preserve the com
This Is art rnterrcsting work of two hundrt-l nnd
Iwrntr-four pages, with numerous engravinc, and
contains valuable information for tluwwhoaie
married or contemplating marriige. Mill it is a Nmk
that ought to lie kept under lock and key, and not
laid carelessly altout the honse.
Sent to any one free of postage for lifly re nts.
Address Dr. Butts, 'Dispensary, No 12, Noflh
Eighth blreet, St. JL011U.
cr-Nvtice v the Afflicted and unfirtituale.
Befbre awdvlng to the notorious Quacks who
adverti- in public llsrs, or using any Uu-u k
remedlespenise Ir. itultswurK, no matter wn.it
yourdiiwsseis,'nrbowdeploniblo your condition.
Dr. Butts can l consulted personally or by let
ter on the diseases mentioned in bis works.
Nn.'12 North Eighth street, Utween Market and
Chestnut, St. Lnnis, Mo.
TD VftTT IT A TffP Mab'risl to in.iko a
J-E XWUH M X tlollar Udtle of tin:
lct Hair Restorative ever ussl for restoring grey
hair to its original color, send 35 reiilsfora juck
age. 1 .'
Tp. V'rtTT HT a WF Nb-e While Tretb and
TJ lUUTTiUli Healthy Mums aud a
sweet breath, send for our Tckkimi Dantiscick.
I"rlce 35 cents. '
IF YOU WANT aAcbr:".ar,ir, f!Sr:
lessor Buxzing in thrwi,' snd for our .Slr.M
,tatobt,. rrice.Vi cc-nU.
VEitherof thealnveetil post-uid on receipt
'AddiwJim. K. LOCH AH, 4.11 Maiket strc-et,
St.-JUmis, Moj --
DB. THOMPSON, PHYMCIAN AND hL'K
GIX)N. Office No. 3, Koote's Building, Eiflb
street, cor. of Cherokee. Residence 2l Kr 'west
f First M. E. Churrb. jyl6w
HOTEL KEEPERS N. B. A HOTEL AND
Boarding House wanted at Ciiriiiount. Hob I
nremwes for sale. Inquire of
ratnnount station. Jvansas
FARM. FOR SALE. 120 ACRES' IJRAJP.IK
ImproveJ. .A few miles from Fainnouut M.i-
tiou. Leavenworth County. JI.00Q cavh d
..Tl '. - 'i. .J. A. BLACK
r.tairoiount, Kanuu., ,i,
fl .lr t 1 ' 1 i
STATE OF KASCA5, 1 I
Lkavexwowth Cbrsrr. j 1
latheDiftrietConrteCthc Fint'Jialirial Dolilct
of the State, of, Kansas, sitting in tiie Couuty of
Laavenworth. In said Mate.
Lucien Scolt" and'Cbartltte
C-Hcefli Plaintiffs, '"
I TS." ' I 'J
jobs a. jaevvnux, "opamet
XcWhlrt, CUrah Belieltc-'
MNo. I, IIP
. I Whirt, William M. Me Whlrt.
I William P. McKeoUAaTDOie
i E. Clark ami SHfca
1 sob, uek-oaanu. . ,.
r . .- :. ll.-jc .1
YOU TUB AfJUYEJ(AMF.I WILLIAM T. MC
KENZIE, atoMftJlE. Clarfand FJihu Robin
aba, am hereby nttlfM that you, together with the
other dtftnaaala above aaaaed in the alslv e entitled
action, .have been sued bylne above named l4ain
tiffs, Lucien 'Scott and' Charlotte E. heoit 'in. the
above namest Cedrt, and that raid plainlifls have in
said Court, fil&IJht4cetUii against you" aad your
co-defendants alnve mentioned in said action, aad
that you must answer said petition on or before, the
Uth day of October A. D. I8T0, nraaid. petltieu
Will be taken as true, aad judgment rendered ac
cordingly of the following nature, to-wit: That
that certain pretended deed, dated of the 13th day
of July, A.iD-1867, by which John T. HeWhirt
pnttemled to convey to atuucl JltWbirt. the fol-i
lowing described tacts of land, situate, lying and
lIna; in the Conntv of Leavenworth, and State t
Kansas, namely: The north half of the northen-t
quarter of section SO; the north half of the southeast
Quarter of said section taVnortheast quarter of t
1100 . sill ia township 9, ofjangc K.aBdanua
divided one-sixth of the Ulowing described tracts
of land, 'situate in said county, namely: The north
half of section 20 i the southwest quarter of said
aecuoa; tM soataeait qaarterof seetJon 19; the
joma,half of. the aauihsast quarter of action so r the
southwest quarter of section 29, all in township 9
of range Zi and, that that certain other preteraled
deed, by which said John T. MeWhirt pretended lo
convey tosaM SaaraaUfcYkirt those ceriain tractsot
1 ana uwaie, tying asa Detng in tne uounty or Hour
bon, and State of Kansas, known aii the Jftc Whirt
farm, be eaaeeUcd aad whollr for noncht held, and
AlutaeawBeaUoaed tractaol.laad and. also tae
Allowing described tracts, of land, situate in said
Vvfawitaw w Tlaawawss ' jmhSkI. Wa Ikim.l
qwferofiecaw29awd the northwest qnarterof
" 2T aJU aomnwrw quuierot bhi
mMtttUto.UnM ia. tawasbia anunhrra, of
rmtfT 7. ,0?e w"1 wrk s.tmrt
in said uallritMn.MHk lk. n.l .1.. f
January, A. D. 1869, in vor of said plafntifrs, and
?j2J'i JBir."afc?Btrf, Wi the sum of
wK-lw.!aBd-aSD far Usair casta ay. them.
AUowejf fcr natatisW.
REMEDY OF TIE I6E!
EliWARD WlLDI.s'3 KiWOVS STOWACU BlTTKSS
certainly cure Dyspepsia, Liver Cowplaint, Indi
gotion in all its forms. Intermittent Fever, Fever
and Ague, and all periodical diseases. It relieves
Colic ami Flux. Cures costiveness, proves an In
vigorant of a mild and delightful character for deli
cate females; acts as an alterative and tonic for fam
ily purposes; recuperates the wasted and debili
tated frame, strengthens the appetite and Improves
the dilative forces; It is unlike all other bitters,
its losis Icing pure old Bourbon or copper distilled
Whiskey, while the lwdy of all rival prepa
rations is common raw Whiskey or Alcabol,
which is in tbc highest degree extremely de
leterious to the system. This Curt has of Itsell
strongly commended it to the confldenceof Hie pub
lic, and its usefulness has been attested by the un
solicited certificates of leading men in the medical
profcv:ou aud tbo holy ministry.
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
Ibe most active, eiH-rgi'tie, unfailing -and rapid
lenifsly known for llioes numerous dint-aM incident
loan impure state of the blood is Kiiwakk Wild
kb's .SirAraRHt.A asd roTAsii. ThU great
Medicine stands without a rival. It is perfectly
peerless. Manfiiartureil with the utmost care from
the purest and costliest materials. It has achieved a
reputation for latency and thoroughness that places
it in the front rant of mpular remedies. Cure is
guarantfssl in every case, where the directions are
followed, for those diseases, the imxt terrible of
which the human body ran lie subject, namely;
Scrofula in all its firms; every known variety of
Constitutionnl Syphilis, or Venereal Iiene, Neu
ralgia, Skin I'is'iiscs, no maltur how old or invet
erate. Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofulous Sore, Eyrs,
Clandiil.ir Scllings of the Neck, or eUewhere,
Chronic Chills and Fever, Teller, Weeping Sore
ITT, U!st of every kind, rimples on the Face,
Ringworm, Scald-head, Falling nut of the Hair,, or
Allossi.i, While Swelling, Hip-joint Disease,
Chronic Kij-iicii.-:( Ague Cako Droy, etc. ,
No enemy to tliebuiiiaii rateisusotc toliedrcad
1, and is mom insidious In its approaches, than
thai too fttil and gener.illy pmrnlent arch destroyer
of be.illh and happiness of myriads "Consump
tion in its ghastly form." The duty of all is to
guard against its first advances. This may be done
by the timely use of Kit ward Wildkr's Cojj-i-uumi
EtTUAiT or Wild CiiKiuir, apreration
escially nsmmended as affording certain relief
fir all Pulmonary Complaints. Before it Coughs,
Colds, and Catarrlis rapidly disappear, it affords
prompt and decided comfort in casnt ol Bronchitis,
laryngitis ami Asthma or 1'hthisic. Likewise, it
is of the highest use in relicriu;; the difficult breath
ing and distressing Cough of those afflicted with
Consumption. In all raws of Pneumonia or Winter
Fever it is indisiensable. It has no equal in taste,
etheiency, and power. Wherever used It has not
only given present relief, but ettected permanent
Beware of Arsenic.
And all ars nical tomiouiids. Betlcr, fir better,
udiire .shaking and iu.ikiug life through than tam
k.t n illi Ibis mineral isnn, no matter how caie
fully prearl. Itsextensire use In malaVial dis
eases has alieady proven the cause of great an'd'dl,
V ! 'I II 1
tresMiig injury. Use Edwakd WlWUKR'n CHK.L
Tosic for Chills ami Fever, Fever and Ague, and
every Conn, tpr, tariety, and species of Malarial
or Paludal Fever or ASWtion, Twenty-one-dky
Chills, BilioiH or Remittent Fever,, Brow Agoo;-
l.umlugo, ami every (inn of Perlolical Ibseaiie. Ill
nas no iiiai. 11 enerisa ceriain ami raptil cure.
It ii puicly vegetable. It is warranted to cure.
1 -' I
.! - ...1'!
CORRECT THE STOMACH.
It is a well axrrtaineil pbysiologiral tut llist the
origin of most of the ills to which humanity Is heir
i i a deranged condition of the alimentary canal)
The Imwcblttromei constipated and slugEisbjaM
liience arL-cs a train of fearful cud dbUtrraar, antl-
a-ties. As n preventive and cure for the,'lir
haiui Wilpkk's Faxilt PltLS are unrlvaUrd and.
without precedent. They arc not exeelledBg a
purgative, ami are esiweially recommeniled ia til
Fevers and Inflammatory Diseases: in Acute Klicii-
nialisin; Inflammation of the Liver, Brain1, Kkl-
i t i j '
neys, and Bladder; In, Erysifielas, Fever and vtgite,
Acute (.ijihthaJmia or Sore Eyes, Fullnem of i the
Head, Virtlgo, Irtzzines-, BlhHlness, etc. They
are f.ir superior lo any known combination In 'the
certain and rapjsl raJurf; ardel In all the alMte
named diseases,, f -,'-
- t ' , 'I
' Ti i i yiiiii
SAVE THE. CHILDREN.
' . Hi. J i
1 11 A.
A. "r. 7
r U" ix.'
'" ' .11.'
, Tiittlecarc.anJ attentieeu is given to IIm rnV-
scrvation of the lives of the innocent, temlee-iNBel
l . (l Ti;
Weens! otlsprin; with which Providence favors pa
rent. The little fviks chiefly suffer flwm the ra-
' n 1
encs nf Worms in the system, which U iadkatet (y
is variety of symptoms, such as pains iaaseaVrai
ach, swelling of the abeloMen', picking of U'W
and ears, bad lereatb, .variable appeMfy " a t.
Should tho worsu be allowed to coptlnueiaij,
length ef tane, death Boat fraaaaoUr eaaai.
Mothers should therefore nse Edwabd WrtDeaTa
MoniEis'' Woax Hravp. It is.superior. lo all
other preparations aa a Worm-Jtestrojer: It u
pleasant to tae taste. , It at lite front faMMaa.la
pedients. It b not dangeraas, asarcertBgril
and Lozanges that contain frrrd aSa, a aaost' deadly
poison. It has given delight to Ihiiaaisii. iil
saved the liver of
r. i. it
As mankind, from Indiscretion or other causes,
has been dooni! to suffer from disease, so alro kai
a remedy for disease been provided. Our hills and
valhvsaboond with roots and berlm, which, if sci
cntiBcally preoared and roniis.und.-d, will restore
health ami vigor to the invalid. To find such a
remedy we should seek one that has stool the If.-
Stwe Care for Liver Cfemplnliil.
Save'CwUre for DtpeMttii.
Swre Care for Debility.
Sure Cre fr JHHatllee.
Nnre Cilrc for MamMaiiiH.
And all aflectioiLs arising
of action in the Liver or
jrcat remedy for
from weakness or want
Digt-.tive Organs. The
And all ditca-ses ari-in
Irom it. The great pie-
FYR A AC21IE!
It is an imsKtibility fur any on to have Fever
and Ague, if they will u.eafew boltitsuf this rein
eily each sjirmg and Dll.
$100 jflHOO $100
Will Is-given for an v -- of tliisdUsi-ie lli.it tiu
to any one lh.it u-. the Hitlers or Tonic as .1 pie
ventive. Those who have llw lVvcrand Ague will find af
ter the chills have- Mopped, that b iiiing ilrv l-il-tlesof
the Bitters or Tonic, tlmt'tlie li-eni- will
not re turn.
These reuii-lit--. will relmild their ConstitutioiK
Taster than any known n mi-dy.
These reinnlirs were pi mil l-foni the public
thirty ears ago, with .ill the prejudice of so-calbsl
4 'latent medicine" o-r.tliug against them, but
gradually their virtues lccaiiic known, and now to
day, they -.tand at the bead of all preparations of
iiieir riass, wmi ine niuorseiiienioieuiiiient juues,
lawyers, cb-rgviueii ami plijMcians.
Head the following svuiptoms, and if ou find thit
your system is attested by any of thnni, you mav
ret assured that di'as'hasisHumeneeilitsattjL
ti the most important organsofvotir Issly, and 1111-Ic--
soon c lux ki-l l.j thcUM.-of)inerful rcmi-lies,
a a miserable life, M.n tenuiiiatiug iu death, will
lie tlte result.
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Ktillm-sa of
niol 10 ine llrail, Acullly or the Moiuach,
Nju-sj, Heartburn, Dnvust Air
Food, Fullnessor Weight in
the Moin.icb, Nmr
Erui tations, hoiking or
Flulb-mig at the I'll of the Moiu
ach, Smimuiiug of the lb-ad, HurrtisI or
Ditficult Breathing, Fluttering at the lb-art Chok
ing or siiflis'aling .Vniti..ns wlien 111 a Ly
ing 1'osture, Iimnis of Vision,
Dots or Welis licfon- the
hight, Dull I-ain in
IhelleJd, Deficiency of i'cr
si'inition, Yellowm-ss of the bkin
and Eves, I'jin in the Mdo, Back, Chest,
Liml-s, etc., .Sudden Flnshesoflleat Burning in the
Ilesli, Constant lin.isiniugs of Evil, and (J rest De
pression of.sunts all indicate disease of the Liver
Drdii-ativeorin-, combined with impure blial.
Hoofland's German Bitters
Are entirely vegetable, and contain no liquor. It is
arompoimd of Fluid Extracts. The Roots Ileitis
sod Barka froui which these extracts are made, are
gathered iu Germany ; all the medicinal virtues are
extracted fnmi them by a scientific chemist. These
extracts aru then forwarded to this country to Is
useil rxprenly for the manufacture of thU Bitters.
There is no alcoholic suManceof any kind uy.sl in
compounding the Bitters; hence it is free from all
the objections incident to the use ofu liquor prepa
ration. Hoofland's German Tonic
Is a coiubintlion of all Hie ingredients of the Bitters
with pure .sjni-iCruz limn, Urange, Ac. It le ussl
for the same disease-; as the bitters, in rases where
vme pun; alcoholic stimulus Is required.
t-ei s t m o iwr-sr
Like tho following was neecr Is fore olfereil iu I
lijlfof any nsicinal preparation:
HON. GEO. W. W00DWABD,
Chief J ustice of Hie hupreuie Court of IViinsylvania
riiir.enn.riin. March in, ir;.
,4I find Ili-iflaiid'slJerm.iii Bud nis.-i good louir,
useAlI meliseJ.'S.'a of the digestive organs, and ol
r' I ' 1
great bencht in ''a es of debility, and want of ner
voiin action in the sy.b-m. " Youistnilr,
(IU). W. WOODWARD."
ROM. JAMES THOMPSON,
Jii.lneo(Jhe Supreme Court of I'eunsyltania.
.-'. riilLABMrm, April 26, ISfifi.
4JI nm.i.ler 'Ibsrtlanil'K Cernrui Bitters' a valu
aMeiunlieniH in st4 of attarks of Indigestion ir
DvspeHia. 'Iiin reriify Ihisfmm my cxsrirnr
of it. Yours, with iw)rl,
, , , JAMI-S TIIOMI'&ON."
n I ' .
1 ' HON. CEO. 2HAB3W00D.
Jirdie-e of the Supreme Court of IVnnsj Ivania.
rnil-wiFLriiu, June-1, ISM.
I have found by etis-rnncc tlut "llmrland'
erniaii TV-lteix" is a verr roi.l loim-, lelievin;
elvspeptii s, mpioni-.ilru-'l dixttlr
, , Mayor of the Cit (.fBuiralo, N. V.
MViia'iOrFirK Mvy'y'xixt, .lunea, lnwi. f
I have "Hl '"IbsilMnd's Ceniun Bitters and
I ."i. 'i 1
IToiuviuwr tnmly eliiriug tb pa-.l year, aielean
resMiinicisi 1111 111 .is an exccneiie. mine, inii4riiiig
'lone1 ami viyiC ti the svstem. Their use has lut 11
nrrxlaetiWof dis-idelly lieneftrial effect.
1 i 5- WM. F. KOCEI.
BOX. JAMES at.. WOOD,
Ex-Mayorof WlIIiaiiii)rt, I'enusjlraub.
,1 take; great pleasure in ressmuiending "llil
land's fiemian Tonic4' 'le any eilie who may lie af-
lliclrtf 'with 'lyspJpsa. I had the dysis-psia so
lodly it was uuposMMci lo keep any looel on my
stomach, aud 1 became so weak, as not to lie able lo
waflrniframile. Two bottles of Tonic eflets 3
TWrtcet'currr ' JAMES M. WOOD.
IBIS TI l'l! '
l9i.li.IW s '
1 JOaOl WBTZMMMMX8, ESQ.,
Law Farmer of Judas Maynarrl, Wllliamspnrt, I'a.
ThiaUlo-eerlify lliat 1 have ul "lbifland'
(Jerrnan Bitters fyrelysj tpeia, and found an inval
aaMe remedy. ' '
'f - - . 1
; ii riii'i
'Manlliaaatrfwwan Kemeilie are -ounterfi-itsl.
tJpe that .the signature of U. M. Jacxsox is on the
wtipjleTof each bottle.. Allothcnarereuntrrb-it.
I naaetrall Office and manubrtorr at the (Irniin
4MeUeijieStore,:No.C31 Aixh street, Fhilsilelpbia,
rmT-.ft 1 ' ,
ornKiljr. "I. JACKSOK A CO.
cni ': jrlj .
:i ixill i ill.
1 i 1 1 -':
1 "ihr ' t
Ileoasael's Uerroan r Bitters, ir bottle Ji 00
.stor 1A' do per half decen $5 00
do da Xoolc, pat op in quart bot
tle, tl SOperaatUe, era half dozen for 17 SO.
!i ,r ' I
noaot forget to examine well the article
v aa n ivjsc toe ecuiuhc
. rcc' Y!' ,
AStatrn ia XerUdae' ETerywhere.
Orgaxilzoct Ijo. 1SOI
NHbislRtial Hnl Eenwnii
ciil Life iMMHraiicc -
lauj- KctHrHCsl te ita
J. !-: Per CViit.
OF I II Kl It
M I'tivassfri: wanlel merery town in tbMate.
To thneaf 1 iistiiimil to the; biiHNsss, e-xtra induce
SAMUEL F. BURDETT,
102 Delaware St.,
TIIK. MANY TIIOI.SVMU
SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES
pmnemiHe llitin to ! the: inixt
I'fcKITCT, n.KASAXT A liKII.I.IAN T leLASShS
The lirge and iiu revising de-niaud for the in U a
surt-nign ol lliiirsuM riorilv.
All tint Niiiuv Ins itiiieenil and Art rfi-et-el
Ls rmlnsliesl in tlie-s- beautiful lenies.
Tiny iTKKiTiiKN and i-kkm kvk iiik sIoiit,
are easy and pleasant to wear, and lat many years
without e lunge.
to T. SoolxolniAii,
Wate hmakers, .le-web-rs and Ojilinans, 3C llelaware
&tris.t, are sole age i.ts for
liotu whom only can liny beoMaimst.
LAZABUS & H0BRI8,
liovl MAivSI IIAirriOKD, CONN
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
WIIF.N YOU BUV A
ljtjiv 1 r
IT IS KDMIVV Tl
. . .. I
."WA A yfSpr-
Have been sold in the last two years,
and not one has failed to give ,'
The Bent Cooking Stove Blade
For Uniformity ia Baking;
For etoooiavy iu tie use of Fa),
For Durability aad ConTenieHce',
AND THKI8 rEKFtXT aTtatrrlTtOK Tl
THE WABTS OF WESTEKN PEOPLE
8EXD FOE TKICE LIST TO
Excelsior Ifenufactiiring Co.
12 4c 11 H. JUia Nl.
3Tliee T Fiaaal Settle
STATE OF K.VJ.'.-JAS, 1
Leavenworth County. J a
In' the TTobate Conrt, in and for said County. '
In the aiatter of the Estate of 1
James II. MeCune, Dec'd. ,
CKEMTOKS AND AIJ. (rTIIEK I'KIXINH
lnteirt-d in tiie atiresaid Ertate, are hereby
notified, that at the next resmlar term erf the Pro
late Court, in and for said Countv, to If liecun
ami held at the Court Uoom, in IbeCity and Cetunty
of Ixaveuworlb, Mate of aforesaid, on the first
Mondar in the month of Octotwr A. f. ism. t
shall applv to the said Court for a full and final set-
uemeni 01 sam r.taie.
HENRY B. KELLE1C, Adm'r
ofJames IT. MeCune, Iec'd.
Leavenworth City, August Kth, A. 1. IfiTO.
aiCftwlw. . ..-..,-
AS EXCELLENT ANU WELL WATERED
Farm, containing 117 S-W acres riiuated ia
the southeast quarter of e'ctlon 27, in township 9,
range 2Z, ia Lfarenwortb County, .lying seren
miles Irom tbc CltyciL.
115 acres of Ullable land; an Orchard af Apples,
reaches. Tears and Cherries: Water and Wood in
abundance; Houses and Outhouses In good order.
'ISawaw , -J
aor terns apply to J. u kmiurat.
aaaaaaaf w aaaa
A. SUMNER fc CO..
Kw la Urn.
SHOULD HAVE A
After sixteen years of experience we are prepnl
to furnish a better Machine for the pnrpexenf Cnuily
sewina thaa aa y other.
The qualities which recommend this niarhuieare
1st. Durability. It will last lon-vr than
Sit. Economy of thread.
3d. Simplicity and thoroughness e(roiistru tmn
4th. It has no shuttle anil wakes the l.i:fc Miieh
5th. Beanty and excellence of stitch, alike on
both aieles of tba fabric sewed.
Ctb. MreiiKth, flnnness and elurability t -rim
that will not ravel.
Tth. Its wide rang of application to 'iirt- .nil
filh. Coinpactnesa and eleancv of mode! .ind
9th. Sird anil ease if oTstlou and maini
ment ami oiiictnessof movement.
10th. It has fifteen pieces I,-u tli.111 .inv sbullle
machine, talde included.
11th. It has (ewer Ptees-s essl to weir lb 1:1
any other Lock Stitch Machine.
12th. It Ls the most simple in rmistruetion, .tod
easiest adapted In diftVrrnt kinds of worL.; it ran N
ihaiii;ed from coarse to hue, or from hiifvotk !
coarse, where a change of neeelle, thre-nd, bn.'hol
litrh and teosion are reiiuiresl, in h-ve Inn. lb 01
any other machine.
rr I iifsptcwnLi 1 111:
Maw PoyHlHr Ivfarhiiio
V A TVl I la Y
As knh snpplie-. are ncs.ss.iry totbeuNnl
lion of any machine, we have "irr.nif.1 to :
the trade with the follovini; artie h-s ol
Nwlair XnchlHC KHpplh'M:
John Clark, Jr., & Co.'s
BES11S1X VOni) STOOL COT'o.V.
Om Blavck Spools.
A . S U ivr N K Li .S
Henimfi Mm'hiHc (Silk Twist.
Imsiitsl by ihuh lver.
.SKWIXH MACHINK Nr.lini.KS. oil., Wr. A.
Healing, as we do, ilinsllv tiili lln Miuiiti.
furors in everv ca, w.- .iti n'iaiisl ! tin in li
froli slink 111 lof I !. I4-.1 ui.ili imI .il tlif loi-I
market price for thoroughly jc'"! Kssb.
INST K. U IVl K N T S
AM) nK Till.
We desire b call the jttfiitmti of tin- Mno.il IVl.
lie to Hi.-
A X E R I CI A O K ii A
In nwer nd 11l11111e of tone II it pi-, imiim m.
the result of a t ulmrity of lslrltllll lion, .i.n
ins a pmrnl sonuriety.
Noeilhe-r inslninunl rws-nes u li f 1ill1f.1l :ill. m
lion in tuning ami role 1114, llo'V
They 'HHt CScI Out f Tiiim-
. . 1 . , i aii iMimni onniiiiMlini "I ,ll.'l
Kan is unriraltrd. The Uit workiu.iiiilnp iskiv. n
lee.irh sert unp.srinidy. As an aees.iuii.iuiiii.Tit
to vocal music, iteMisriiorily is nnd. iiutit
L'.i.i 1. II.. ..... 1. ...Ih.1 ......1.... 1..... ... .1.....
lyr pn miring a first- Lite
ORGAN OK 1 I A 1
EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADR.
They etubrace all the im-Iern InipiureiiKiiis. si
made of Ihe best material, by tl- iier' sl.illt.il
workmen. They will stand in ant elinnti-and i
'hem- Ham are arl.iiowl.-.lr.. 1., Mjnd Um
tuatled In point of evennisaude-I.i'iiiity nflou.li.
fine and unttlnn quality of lon, rr-el .ni-r net
durability of romMrurtvm, as veil js nealmt. ol
l tie and beauty of finish.
Retire pun basiniT, the Muie-il I'ol.N. ..-it to
thenrelvts tw uxjuaim) our In-trunn nl.
Protection- to tbc Public
i..- ( ANI A- .....
OVAK -A.N 'J : !: "
that all articles .furnished J.y us are J
all Wlls of sale are !" 1 Insu the
an-1 the name,
Is used a triU mart on all Ksls s...
Catalorne. with full d-erript!ns of all tloHtli .
of MAL1ILNK8, OKCANS and l'IANts,' ,.',,1,
Agenta in all the principal cities ami lounlii-s.
rarticular-allsallsa li sallssl In tlm Ort lli.it
sell neme Iriit the best goods.
lH.lanrptHs-awiVi s'cail Wnd'oWeM by m-il :ifir
consulting the Catalogue, ami Is-smri.r mutiny
prrcisi .tun coey onier.
Asoerruccerq bis been male by pvin
PURC II A SEH.
Iboee who patrvaize us may be auuiad that we ill
TABS OOOa CARE
of every Machine or Instrutaenl sold by us.
We offer our goods at prices.
Um rasefe ef
all. aad ob better
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SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
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