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THURSDAY, 6ETTEMBEK 22, 1870.
W. Covakt, of Clay tooville, Rinsm, has
received a patent for a stone ads.
Mb. Jomrlinowsoldto Aadrcw Wilon,
Esq., jeaterdaj, knr head of cows and heif
ers from his herd of fine cattle. The lot
brought the seat IktUesom of $1,000. This
shows what onr dealers think of each other's
Tiik Normal District Institute for the
Third Judicial District and in connection
with the Jefferson County Teachers' Insti
tutewill be held in the Public School build
ing, at Grasshopper Falls, commencing on
Tuexlay evening, September 27th, and clos
ing Friday, September 30th.
Oua Faik. Tlte Kansas City Beildm
says of our Fair:
The generous premiums this Society lias
offered, as well as the complete arrangements
for the benefit of exhibitors, have given the
most complete success yet witnessed in the
far West. The aggregate number of entries
Is fifteen hundred.
TirEitE in a woman going about the city
selling a liquid which she warrants to drive
flics out of anybody's house. Having
tried it we can testify tliat it is old Hosteller
for flies. It cures the sick and increases the
vigor of the ahlebodicd ones. Flics love and
thrive on it, and as long as it is in the house
they will never leave.
Ki,ue Ribbon. A. Sumner & Co.,L-iing's
Hall, txk two premiums yesterday. Their
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, took a
a first premium, a gold Medal, and their
piano.- and urgamalso received a premium.
Thin popular firm may therefore lc said to
have done :i land Office businesh. The pub
lic w ill rejoice at their Miccess. The articles
exhibited are not only worthy of the pre
miums awarded, lut the gentlemen in cliargc
here liave always enjoyed a high degree of
D. A. Goddakd, Esq., oneof the editors
of the Boston Adrertucr, writes from Den
ver to that paper an interesting letter of
which the following Is an extract:
The wealth of Kansas and Colorado has
not yet begun to be estimated. Eastern Kan
sas, with its glorious history, its beautiful
scenery, its rich and exuberant soil, and its
enterprising people, is increasing in wealth
and population more rapidly than any other
State in the Union. Leavenworth, Law
rence, Tojtcka, and other towns which have
a name in the hislorv of the county, are just
ifying their prestige by the public spirit of
their citizens and by their zeal for good
works. They are al I destined to be large and
prosperous cities. I lie country around them
is highly productive, and will furnish su
iiort for a large imputation at home, and
have something left for distant markets.
The fruit gathered from the fields swept by
rapine and massacre even within the memo
ry of tills generation, is abundant and of the
most delicious quality.
Fair Itesata rrota FaUrasioaiBt.
Among the notewortny things that did not
escape our attention at the Fair yesterday,
were the fine horvea of A. G. Cogswell, of
Delcwarc Township, both stallions of the
j Pcrrchron stock. One of them a four year
1 old, and the other two years old. Both of
bore off a premium. The oldest is a mon
trous Insist, weighing not less than 1,G20,
ounds, and the yotingot is the largest and
trimmest built colt of his age that we have
yvcr seen. Leavenworth County may be
proud that she can borttt of such admirable
specimens of horse flech.
Among the sampled of fall wheat, the
bushel entered by CayL Seran, of Sherman
man Township, was conspiciou-ly the finot,
It was the white Gennesee variety, weight
sixty-four iKiunds This wheat was mined
on tlio farm of John F. Kichards, hardware
merchant of Leavenworth City.
T. S. Town, of Fairmouiit, had alx some
i fine stock on exhibition.
Leavenworth County, is unquotionably
behind no other part of the State, as regards
wideawake intelligent farmers; nor is she
to be excelled in the excellence and yield of
farm products. Our farmers do not boast
however, but bring out their products to the
Fair where they can speak for themselves.
But for a scarcity of politicians, and low
rates of taxation, we t-bould regard Leaven
worth as the moid, highly favored of the
Fairmount, Kan. Sept. 16th.
J. A. B.
iHassday BnlletJat ! Hopkfas 4k fcirav-
atani, ueatermi Agnis.
DIVIDEMIS ACTUALLY PAID BV THE COX-
NECnCUTMUTOAL LIKE, TO rOLICY-HOLD-
EKS, IN JS70.
Kobert Crozier, Emj., Cashier First Na-
tional Bank, Leavenworth, Kansas premi
um, $155,50; dividend, $7o,80.
M. S. Thomas, M. L. Ieavenworlli, Kan
sas premium, ?kM,U; dividend, z,0.
J. V. Frank, KaiiNi3 premium, SS0.20:
Miss Marv E. Smith, Kan-as premiuiu,
I $18,00: dividend, $1 1,58.
A. II. wshU", hs , Kansas ptvmiiini,
$91,fil; dividend, $1,M.
tvander Light, KaiieasprciniiiiiilU,til.
Jno. AL tiooree, Li.. Kansas pretni-
,iim, $99,60; dividend, 17,60.
Lh Uirreit, in., Kam.is premium,
$143,1!; dM.end, $1,11.
W. II. lk-jille, rji., Kansas premium,
$1S7,I4 ; dividend, $68,40.
Chas. Dunlap, Kansas premium, $84,30;
dividend, $11,14. sq18dltwlt
During the second'week in August over
I three hundred thousand sacks of wheat
were shipped from San rranciscoto Great
There are over fifty miles of ditches for
I irrigating purposes within a sjwee of five
miles square, around Los. Angelos, Cair-
-Mississinoi is to have no less tlian for-
ftyagricnltural fairs during the coming ao-
Advices from the agricultural districts
! of Northern and Central Bussia represent
Lthe croiis as looking well, and promising a
iyield above the average.
Page county, Iowa, has sixty thousand
ere of com. and the Merald claims that it
Lwill average fifty bushels to the acre.
A finner in New England, writing to
Boston CWfirotor. says that since lie com
menced keeping farm account he has clear
ed tfoBbie toe money ne oiu ueiore.
I At the great plow factory of B. F.Avery,
Looisville, Ky., they turn out ooo plows per
slay. Mr. Avery is one of the oldest plow
-anal rin ia the country. He worked ongin-
alr, in 1825, under Jethro Wood's patenL
.f OTL .1uhm mA TwtHor fir4nria nf VA'vn.
XBC uiravw .. . . . . w
County. . l., arc said to number
r-slx. The dailv nrodoct is estimated
t 00 cheeses, weighing abot 30,000 pounds,
smy,uw worm; ana ow poonua ot cnoicj
Jsaaah Pettvboae, ia the 2or1imater
laTiM sbts thaL wkt the aid of hk bar
ometer, he is generally able to jsdge posi
tively of the weather two davs ahead. He
. - C 1
, KBOW8 OI DO inveauswsu jut a anuta uiu
. !! imm-m a wvll tn timtvutiin n fitnnrmx. sta
I f a. faaiometer.
'- AcorreapoBdentoftbe Covnby GeHt
mem, who has been abroad, says that the
cause of the superiority of English and Con
tinental mutton over that ia America is the
. simple sentence "they feed turnips." The
1 Prattieal Farmer indorses this opinion, and
' insists that oar sheep breeders, to raise the
beat muttod, must raise rutabagas aad tur
The acncultural papers of Knglaad bow
! state that wheat loolcattncr everywhere, aad
the crop is larger thaa the average expected.
L l Irani ia EaaaaUv thiB. aad tae bay prospecte
l'.ra-amBraciBe. Oat, barler. aad beans
I' Lmlr noorlr. Farmers coent oa aboat half
-r .t.w mmA Ik rfluv mnt mm
owiwr-"' " "" r-
farsmvswaooBefxettoa with every proa-
imxt orawxew. u is
bat kilhvtntea perfcetr the tropical aa
tare of the wumI laiimr.eTas is Ae cool
ahadea of bleak New Endaad. Theaeedof
thkeottoB -waasowafai a hot-bed hi April,
aad theplaatawere aetost aboat the aid
die of Mar. The fower appeared loaf ago,
aad the boBa are already fuuy formed.
MorepromMBg cotton cannot be aeea in
To Destroy Ikbecxs. Carboline is said
to destroy all imectx. and. in a weak solution
of water, will prereat ilea from teasins
horses, if they are washed with it. care beine
taken not to ret it into the eves. Pennvroval
steeped in water, used as a wash will pro
duce a similar effect.
Cement foe Irox ajtd Stone. Glvee-
i nne ana uinam rtirmi t mda iinnf.-na
, ,.. . . .
I rapidlv. and makoi tnM. rn, fi,, :,.
mwii mm, km- iwo stone sunaces, and es-
peaaUy for fastening iron in stone. The ce
ment is insoluble, and is not attacked by
I-ickxed Peaches. Eight pounds of
peaches and four of sugar. Make a syrup of
: eugur, anu pui in a lew icacncs at a
time. Cook them until a fork will enter
them easily, skim them out and put in more
fruit. When all are cooked out them in .t
jar, boil down the syrup quite thick, add a
pirn oi good vinegar, and pour over the
fruit Spices to suit your taste.
Liquid Glue. Experience has shown
. 8luc undergoes a chemical change when
dried in the air, and its adhesive properties
are decidedly deteriorated. To avoid this,
says Prof. "Wagner, in his report for 1869.
some of the manufacturers have introduced a
pure lipuid glue in close packages, which is
said to be superior to the dry article. It is
prepared by digesting bones in a peculiarly
constructed apparatus, and is sold according
iu a iucu iqiecwc gravity, so uiai we pur
chaser does not pay for the water, which in
dry glue sometimes amounts to 12 per cent.
The price is also less than for dry glue.
To Render Paper Water-tight. The
ammonia oxide of copper is a solvent for silk,
paper, and cellulose. If its action be limi
ted to a few moments it converts the surfaces
into a gelatinous maw, and Scoffern pro
Ioscs to employ this property to render the
iwper water-tight. If in the mill the end
lens sheet of japcr is made to jass at a projer
velocity through the ammonia coper solu
tion, and is afterward dried and pressed, the
surfaces will be converted into a species of
-Kirchment, and will be atcr-tight. The
rate of speed for the rollers niiii be a mttter
To Remove the Skis from Peaches.
Every one knows that there is a great loss of
pulp in paring peaches with a knife, to ob
viate which the following method has been
suggested for treating them: Make lye as
strong as possible of wood ashes and soft
water. Fill a kettle with the lye, and when
boiling rapidly drop in twelve or eighteen
peaches, and take out immediately, and im
merse them in a pail of cold water. Take
one in your hand and the rind will slip off
entirely, leaving a round, beautiful, yellow
ball; throw it immediately into another pail
of pure water, and so proceed nntill all are
done. If the lye is not strong enough, put
into the kettle two dippers full of clean
wood ashes. This is an excellent way of
ridding small onions of their jackets pre
jtaratory to pickling them, also for peeling
KIbc William aad kVataia XapIeB.
"As I ctnnot die at the head of the army,
I lay my sword at the feet of your Majesty."
Thus the Emiieror of the French to hisquan-
dam mend and royal compeer Koenig W il
helm I, of Prussia. But a few years back
we remember to have seen these two, the
victor and the vanquished, seated amicably
together in oneof the imperial voiturex which
was being driven at the time through the
Bois de Boulogne. They chatted apparently
with the freedom and unreserve that might
mark the intercourse of old friends; turning
every now and then to acknowledge the
bows of many a passer by. No royal
cortege attended the two sovereigns on the
beautiful evening drive. No pomp, no.dis
play, no sign of rank, none of the glitter of
the court went with them. It was as though
two unpretending citizens had driven forth
to inhale the pure air of the Bois, or to en
joy an hour of social communication in its
refreshing shade. The beaming counte
nance of the kind old German King was as
benignant as the sky above him was clear.
He might have parsed for a venerable gen
tleman of fortune, who had withdrawn from
the cares of business; a retired wine mer
chant, for instance, possessed of extensive
estates ujxm the Kliine, a man whose culture
of the grape had imparted to his char
acter some of its generous glow and richness,
and to his checks some of its rosy bloom.
But the man who sat beside him never
smiled. His face was pale and puffy, as
though disease had dried within him the
fountains of health; his complexion of a
milkv hue, as though his blood never moun
ted above his shirt collar. When a byetan
der raised his hat to this pale, puiiy man,
the latter returned but a cold and dNtant re
cognition. Evidently he had forgotten
that afternoon to shift from his
mind the weighty rcsjxuisibilitics of
empire. lie talked much to liis companion,
but hii; speech seemed frozen. There
was no humor in his expression, no t-'iarKlc
in his eye. It was as though a sphinx had
been endowed with voice, but denied all mo
bility of feature, all play of countenance.
Thus, Louis Napoleon and William of Prus
sia, paused before our eyes one after
noon six years ag. What a change has
come o'er the spirit of that tecne since then!
What a transformation from William, hos
pitably entertained as the guest of Bonaparte,
and that same Bonaparte robbed of his
scepter and his sword, a prisoner in the
hands of that same William. X. Y. dim.
1 1 "rum the Port Scott Monitor.
Gen. D. W. Wilder, of the Ti.mks, always
a friend of Leavenworth, and always l.ilxir
insr for her best interests, gives wmic whole
some advire to the voters of that city.
He implores Leavenworth not to array
herself any longer against the nominations of
the dominant Republican tarty nut to re-M-t
destiny, not to grumble over the defeat
of her home candidates hut to give a hearty
earnest and overwhelming suport to .Judge
Ix)we, and the reform movement which is
sweeping the State
I.eavenworth tan rely or. the friend-hip of
Judge Lowe. We know he feels a manly
4ate pride in building up a irrand commer
cial metropolis in our own tate, and vill
do all that mortal min can hoiift-tly accom
plish to this end. Wc all regard Ixstvcn
wortli as entitled to this pre-oiiiiiiinence, and
it is and shall be a labor of love with us all,
and with Judge Lowe especially, to achieve
its glorious consumation.
Tfce Colorado ElreUoai.
Denver, Col. Sept 14 Election returns
received up to a late hour last night,
indicate the election of Chaffee, (Republican)
over Miller, (Demicrat) as delegate to Con
gress, by a large majority. Out of twenty
presincts heard from, only one is reported for
Miller. The vote is largely increased every
where througout the Tcrritary. Denver
cant 1,474 votes.
To tfce Editorial Fratrrnlly.
The Monitor Reading Rooms will be at
vour service during your stay at the State
Fair, on the 27th, 28th, 29th awl 30th of
this month, with all the conveniences for
your correspondence. Report yourselves on
your arrival, aud come by hundreds. Latch
string always out. Fort Scott Monitor.
atarata frasw the XarUsers
Blstrlet r IIIIboIk.
Ciiicaoo. Sept. 17. Census returns from
twenty counties in the Northern Districts of
this State are made public lo-aar. mev in
clude Chicago and Cook County. They chow
a population in these counties of 779,137,
against 487,251 in I860, a gain of little over
70 per cent. The population of Chicago is
348,709, a gain of 203,755 since I860.
IUI aVs a ( Stccale.
CracxxxATi, Sept 17 While three men
were at work on the steeple of St Andrew's
Church, at Richmond, lnd., yesterday, 150
feet from the ground, the scaffolding gave
way letting all of them fall. Two caoght in
the ropes and were saved. The third tell
eighteen feet and caught on the gable, re
ceiving, it is thought, fatal injuries.
As a train on the WUmington and Weldon
railroad reached Warsaw, North Carolina,
the other day, a Texas chap oa board asked
one of the settlers at the station, "What kind
of a country have you around here?" "Oh,"
was the response, "we hare a mighty nice
country; all we lack is water aad good so
cictT." The Carolina man was somewhat
comforted bv the assaraace of the Texas that
h 1 had the same advantage.
Ox Thursday evening, alter tke adjourn
ment of the Democratic Stale 'Convention,
two of the delegates met in the "Walkpos"
aad were over heard conversing, wheat one
asked the other what he thoaght aboat the
war. "What war," qiieried No. 2. "Why,
didn't yoa know there was a big war in
Eareper' mid No. 1. AadUrwrepKedtke
niinneuil aBWahea" "WeH, it deat aar
txiseme, at I always toM 'em if the mkmr
get a vote we'd hare smother warP lsaefca
THE LEAMHQ PAFEB IH KANSAS.
Tut UuvKswoani Turn franits Itself to 11a
DU j and Weekly reader in anew drea. It takes
this occasion to return ill thaaks to the people oi
Kansas for a patronage which, began ia the omrk
day of our Territorial history, has increased with
Tery jear of tfce progress of tha State.
Tiik Tntn will be in the futnrc, as la the past.
The Leading Faprr in Kalisas.
It will pablhh the fullest telegraphic despatrbea
of the Associated Press, with special and exclusive
despatches from all important points and in rrgad
to every important errnt.
It will publish letters fruta every County aad
Town in the State, giving full and accurate descrip
tions ot every locality, and thus making Tnr Time
a continuous History of Kaaaw. This feature is
pccaliar to this journal, and makes is as valuable
to Eastern as to home reader', and it gives to the
immigrant the information which he desires in re
gard to the resource of Kansas.
The ivlitical character of The Ttmes will be, as
ever, a liold, Harlow, outspoken and progressive
Republ'csnfcni, true to the cawe which saved the
Nation, and which will redeem the Stale from the
rule of ring! and tactions.
It will stand by the People in all their efforts for
material proticrity and social progress and reform,
and will eaposo every schemo which shall injure
thcgil name or retard the growth of Kansas.
DAILY, per year..
WEEKLY, per year..
Fie copies of the Weekly, one year 8 00
Ten do do do . 15 00
Twenty do do do .. 22 50
Thirty do do do 30 00
One copy Fast: to the getter-up of every club.
JAMES A. COWLES,
.A. ttoruoy At Xi
Special attention given to Patent Law.
AMCUICJIX AND FOUKION PATENTS SOUdTKD.
CB-Offico 83 Washiiigton
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
F. J. R1CIIAEDS,
J. F. RICHARDS A CO
HARDWARE & CUTLERT,
Rubber and Leather Belting,
Bclment Waceling Nails,
John Deere's Moline Plows,
MACNL'AL A UUIIAN'S
Buckeye Eeaper and Mower, Monroe
CANTON, O., Sweepstakes
A K D
ATJLTKAH ft TAYL0E VTBBAT0B Threshers
Wc liac the I est axnirtmcut of
In l lie tate. AH Warehouse, Hay and Stock
ix-alesso!d tiy us ill lset up without
extra charge. Our stock of
IRON AND STEEL,
UrLIXMVi, ANVILS, V1SIS, Ac , IS OOMPLLTE.
The attention of Men hant is called to our stock
and iiriccs. Orders soliciteil and firomntly filled.
Corner Third and Delaware Streets,
TIIK SIANV TOOUiiASIlk WHO I'SE
SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES
pnnounee them to le the most
PKUFEtT, PLEASANT A BRILLIANT GLASSES
The lanre and increasing demand for them is a
-ur; Men of their superiority.
All tii.it Science has discovered and Art iierfectel
is ciiilli-l in t!-e lieautiful lenses.
They steknuthrx and preseuve the sight,
are easy and pleasant to wear, and last many years
TET- C5 T. "DOClS.OlXka.MZXv
Watchmakcro, Jewelers and Opticians, 36 Delaware
street, arc sole agents for
from whom only can they be obtained.
noTl.-U.lwS! HAHTKOKD. 00KN-
PUBLISHER, MANUFACTURER, A WIIOLE
aalu Dealer in
ficl BmIu aad StaUoaery,
Gnyot's A Mitchell's School Maps, Gayot's Geo
mohlai. Globe. School and Ofcee. Farnitnro.
Slates, Tablets, Charts, rtdlosophkal Apparatus of
WRAPFDrQ PAPER, BAOi,
NO. 31 DELAWARE STREET,
mvewtM-tm City, JTaiami.
oly exclusive School FnmishlnsTIoaae
IsD DR. W1XBER
rlEATH ALL PRIVATE DISEASES. STFH
ilis, all forms, Gonorrbecra, Gleet, Stricture,
Ac. wmplftcly eradicated. T1 ekaas of eases n
soltint from self-abuse, prododna; trsaanlineas,
nervous debility, irritability, ernpUoos, seminal
missions and finally lmpotency, perasaaently
carasV llwlirlar Miaaiut ia Ihu ralaUhlwI.
wUch'exnbcacesoace, reception aad walUng; rooms.
hoardiiwaad steeping apartasmts aarpatiewU
titaf any sevaonai azicauoa, aaa vapor
baths, thus concentratiBC the famed asiw-
eml springs. Both sexes, married or single, suffer
ing from indlsmtiaa, JaaMfaaaai ox aauusmes,
aaar amir and he cared. So nuttrr who have
aura, suueyowrcase. geau wan ae aaya in nis
twaled aanmuiy, at eases ass aB over the
eenotry. Conmiutiun free, l irwanTly.ee by aaaiL
CM WasadactoaaveanM, 8L Leeds, Ma. Hoars,
a. sa.:tp7p.au tkasaya,a. am. sell a. au
I II 'asasaJl U
rmiBBBT. ST. IMUJS SA.VT
- WABKKSB?nUB tSMSBTL HAS
Mkdraotveaiaoaeeaasltecan tha vcrv
cases at Wat: Hchlasr or Bleedlac PUes. '
whaswsaJete4tjMal iaasaedUtery' caH a their
ngs aaa aat .WAKaaaf a jntM Mxmxbt. U is
expressly for the Piles, and is not recommended to
cure asr other disease. It has cured maar cases of
over thirty years studios-. Price One Dollar. For
WAKNEE'8 IYSPETSLV TONIC IS PRE
PARED exmsslv for DvsrjenUcs and thiM ansVr-
Ing with habitual Cortina. It is a slightly rtta
uUtimc tonic and a nlendid annetlxcr: it stnarth.
cBsuiestomacaiaBa restores toe aiguiuve orawns to
their healthy state. Weak, nervous and dyspeptic
persons should use WaaxEa's Dtsfetsxi Toxia
Far sale tiymraaarJats. Price One Dollar.
OOPOH HO MOKE.
WABNEUS COUH BALSAM U bealinf, aoft
ening and expectorating. The extraordinary power
it possesses in immediately reUVviaK, aad eventu
aUy coring the mart obstinate cases of Coach.
Colds, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, InJueaaa, CMaarh,
Hoarseness, Asthma ami Consumption is almost in
credible. s prompt is the relief and certain its ef
fect in all the above cum. oraur xsVrtioa of the
throat and lungs, that thousands of physician are
daily prescribing it, and one and all say that it is
me most ncaiing ana expectorating meoiclne
known. One dose always affords relief, aad in
most cases one bottle effects a cure. Sold bv drar-
gista, in large bottles. Price One Dollar. It is
your own fault if yoa still cough and suffer. The
Balsam will cure.
WINE OP LIFE.
The great Blood Purifier and Dellciou Drink,
WARNER'S VISUM VITE, OU WINE OF
LIFE, is free from any ii.onous drugs or impu
rities, being prepared fur thone who require a stim
ulant. It is a splendid appetizer and tonic, and the
finest thing in the world for purifying the blood. It
is the most pleasant and delicious article ever offered
to the public, far hU'vrior to brandy, whiskey,
wine, bitters, or any other article. It is more
healthy, and chca.r. Both male and female;
young or old, can take the Wine of Life. It bin
fact, a life preserver. Thic who wish to enjoy
good health and a free flow of lively nint., will do
well to take the Wine of Life. It is different from
anvthins ever licfore in nx-.
gists; also at all npectable saloon.
Dollar, in quart N.ttltr.
WARNKK'S HMMKNWCOOUE is the only arti
cle known to cure the White-, (it win cure in every
ca-v: Where is the fondly in which this liiijiir
Uui! medicine is not wanted ? Mother, this is the
Kreatwt hltseing ever otTered you, and you should
immediately procure it. It iaL-oa!ure cure fur
C-mal- Irregularities, and may 1 depended upon
in every ca where the mouthly flow lias been ol
Mrmtcd throuz'i cold or disease. SJd by drugciMt.
Price One DolUr. Or sent by mail on recciptofOne
Ikillar and a quarter.
ADDRESS 619 STATE ST., CHICAGO.
Scad for Prices and Naatples.
State Normal School.
THE LEAVENWOBTH STATE Ji'OBMAL
SCHOOL will be ready for the reception of pu
Wednesday, September 6th, 1870.
An efficient corps of teacher? U engaged to give
Instructions in all the branches necesxary for com-
Slete preparation in the teacher' a work, including
rawing, vocal music and calisthenics. Tuition
and text books free.
A convenient Boarding Hall hxs licen purchased
and fitted up by ths City, and yminR ladies can he
boarded at cost rates, (probably not exceeding three
or four dollars per week, including furnished rooms,
fuel, lights, washing, Ac,) under direction and
management of a suitable matron.
The session will continue twenty-one week., in
cluding the Christinas holidays.
For particulars address
Superintendent aud Princiiol, Leavenworth.
FIUNP. STRAYED. l'ERSONS HAVING
lwt Iloives, Cattle or Stork of any kind, may
find the same liy fonrardinRa minute description ol
stock, with address of owner, to meet Karmington,
AteliLson County, Kausas.
B lonns reasonable.
I7IAKM FOR 8ALE. 13) ACHES I'RAIRIE-
I; Improvol. A few niilr
$ I, noncash down.
J. A. ltUCKMAN.
DR. THOMPSON, PHYSICIAN AND SUR
GEON. Office No. 0, Foote'-t BiiiMinf;, Fifth
street, cor. of Cherokee. Residence 2d door west
f First M. E. Church. JylCw
FTVE CENTS ADDITIONAL
will buy slws with silver or cpcr ti, which
will save the buyer the price of a new pair of shoes.
Compared with ragged toes and dirty stockings,
they are lieautiful, to say the IeaL I'arents, try it.
AVOID QUACKS. A VICTIM OF EARLY
indiscretiou, causinKnervoUMh-bility, prcm?
ture decay, Ac, having tri-il in vain eery aiver
lled reiuedy. has discovered a siluplit nican of self
cure, which he will send free to his fcllowrunercrs.
J. II. Tuttle, TSNanau-st., New York City.
HOTEL KLKl'LI-S N. II. A HOTEL AND
Itoanliir House wanted at Fairmount. Hotel
premises fur sale. Inquire of J. II. Itlackm'in,
Fail-mount Station, Kansas aM'itdAw
TEN WORD )!&
Slios tn untold riches and beauties in the Great
I'..,,.... W'tU its Blooming flowers, Singing birds,
Warln? lhilms. Rollins clouds, lieautiful bow. Sa
cred mountain.. IMijhtful risers. Mighty oceans.
niiuurlng oiees, IHazin lieavens ana vasl uni
ri. iiith rvui:itl. -s lxii!s in millions of worlds.
aud leads to us in each the Unwritten Word. Ros-
tinteil paper, ornate engravings anil supurli lilml
incr. InLfllirrnt men and women wanted to intro
duce the work in every township and village. Light
tiusincsR. ciooii lay. rs-ii'i ior circ-uiar, i-ti.
lion, endorsements and terms to agents, ZE1U
LER A McCURDY, .VH N. Mxth-st., St. LouU,
ANTED AG ENTS, (20 per day) to sell the
celebrated HOME SHUTTLE SEWING
MACHINE. Has the under-feed, makes
the "lock stitch" (alike on lioth sides,)
and is fully licenl. The best and cheap
est family Sewing Maching in the market.
Address JOHNSON, CLARK A CO., Ros-
nttsbunsh. Pa.. Chicago. III., or St.
WANTEIX-TWO REUARLE AND COMPE
TENT persons to represent the IkxEcncLiFE
IasTBASCK Cowpast ofNkw Yobk. in theSUtcs
of Kansas and Missouri. With experienced agents
liberal arrangements will be made.
THOMAS J. DARLING A CO., Gen' lAgt's.
No. "7 South Fifth-st., Leavenworth, Kansas.
PROMPT, HONORABLE, RELIABLE.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY CITY, TOWN
and village for the largest ami most successful
DOLLAR HOUSE in the country ONLY ONE cn
dorsad by the leading Papers and Express Co.s of
the United States. Our goods give universal satis
faction, owrpremiums to Agents cannot be excelled,
aad our checks are free. Having two houses Bos
ton and Chicago our facilities are unequalled, and
our business exceeds in amount all other concerns
in this trade combined.
AWSend for CIRCULARS and FREE CLUB to
S. a THOMPSON A CO.,
136 FedersI-sU , Boston, or 158 State-st-, Chicago.
Backeje BeD Faaasliy.
Church, Academy, Factory, Farm, ttie-AlarBu
Bells, made ofPcaa Bku..MTai Copper and
Tfu.l warranted in quality, tone, durability, Ac,
indasenntH with our FUeatlaraovFD BoTATnia
IIaacincs.Sllastrated Catalogues sent free.
" "" YANDUZEN A TEFT,
102 and 104 East Second street.
Qacca af tke Saatk !
ONLY GENUINE STRATJB POBTABLEGRIST
Mills, for Com Meal, Wheat Flouring and
Stock Feed, Bolting Apparattrs, Smutters, Cum
Shellera. Float rackers and Milt Work Generallr.
JiaaakV. Tbeae-Mnb were nrstatade
to saavly the wanta or the
Plaatezs and Stock Growers of
the South, bat their fuse ha
aaressm to ereryowarser of the
gaone, aaa ey are now aota
asaa ra jauoae. Aaku JLt-
aad South Aaseriea. Te
the increasing deaaaad
asttoryaad added vahas blehss
mloam. ear MiBs wiU ekaUtofi
i - riauACsfntAdBca. .e:l
assBsM aarassssS sBBa. UasCaasasBBssaL. - I
DIRE BY m
fi . sr.
KTEB ' ' .
EXTItA.FEIIX CAST STEEL.aAWS,
aa PallliliPiP aal
Of all tfce DencriaMoaH now
These Saws have been manufactured and In use sintv 1C1. They are warranted the lst TnerteI
Tooth Saws made, are used exclusively on the Pacific Cox-t, and approved by milt men whereter known.
FOR SALE AT OUJl WAItEIIOUSES.
11C aad 118 Vine eweet,
St. Louis, Xo.
GOME, AMD WELCOME!!
OUR NEWFALL GOODS
Have coate, mm
We aare ial(e
ap nr atinds t
LARGELY INCREASE OUR BUSINESS THIS FALL,
And we are fully prepared to do it- Our rtock of
HAS BEEN CAREFULLY SELECTED. OIIK
BLACK SILKS AND COLORED SILKS
Areiuitc cheap. We have fitted up an elegant mom for our
CLOAK MAKING DEPARTMENT,
And arc now prepared to take orders. We call g'ldial attention to our Linen Stock in
Irish Linens, Table Linens, Twilings, Sheetings, &c., &c.
WE HAVE OPENED
Shawls, Cloaks, Corsets, Embroideries, Flannels of every
make, Blankets, Quilts, &c.
We have aeea appelated Hole AgcntM for the sale or
Watkins's Western Woollen Goods,
Well known in Kansas aud Missouri ai the most cricealile goods in the West, consisting o
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, Flannels, Blankets & Tarns
Honest goods, made by an honest man.
We are opening NEW GOODS every few days
CALL AND SEE THEM.
wixoar & keitii.
GREATEST REMEDY OF THE AGE.
aaaavwaTir ajp aaaaaai j -.v.ijtrj vi
aui tmL mam mttUt alias a
SURE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA!
CHAN. 1. WIiC.I..N V I!KO.,
OOl North Fifth Slrocl, SI. Lohim. Mo.
C'llEAI LANDS FOR SALE.
WM ON LONC. TinK.
or tii a
SANTA PE RAILROAD COMPANY,
this coaraKT aaa now orraauco fob sale
IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
The Celebrated body of Land known as the
This is oneof the Sacst tracts of
Ilavini; the BEST OF WATER and a portion'cov
These Lands are now odered for sale for the first
time, on easy trans, beU; oa five tsubs time
WITH IVTEBSaT AT 7 MOtCEST Ml AXUDM, S3 fol
lows: At tisse of the purchase, oae-ifta cash, with
interest on deferred payments for one year.
Second vear swpayaseat reaaired, except Interest
for one year. Each year thereafter one-fifth of
principal, together with interest oa remaining de
avFor particulars apply to or address
Land CeaassasassaMT A. T.tt t.F.K.K.C.
rTvHESE LAMBS weat 8BLBCTITD IN ISa,
X aad areaawns; the best iatbe State. They lie
in twenty diaercnt eeaaties, swreateeaof which
ssssaisVwa"- rvfHj aassaa Kaasaa,
Hacd in the Unite! Ntates.
76 Caroadelet street,
New Orleans, La.
viMit hh are welceuic
4M !-- "-
"- " V , .., ,wVJ
Tliis is the mis: tli'irrninh hlrxrl purifier 7et dis
coverfsl, and cnr-all humors from tiie worst Iscrof
ul2 to a common Eruption. I'iri;!t ami ltlotclies on
the tier, and fnly or much .-ili, which are sn h
annovltblendshesto many voumr Tsons, jield
ti t'ti u ofaft'w Nittles of this woo-lfrf 1 mcli-
eiiip. I'roin one to eight liottles cure Ailt KliHiini,
Erysinrlas, caH Ilnl, U'rc Worrjs, In!, S-slv
Er11p.iL s 'f fieSVin. S rofult Arc, )TIers and
'CinV.fr in lh Moath rid Sl.mi.1O1 It i a
purs mislicinnl eir?ct f miive rr:s and iilaiita,
romliinliij- ti himionr Nt'i:r's m.t m 'iriyr
etirstive I'nijh-rties. whiih I'cul has instilled Into
the i-'i table fcinoloi.i fir li.-v.lfnz llie s:ct. It i a
(treat restorer for the strength and vicorof the jys
tem. Tliox; who are languid, slorpless, have ner
vous aif.rcl!unions or fears, or any of the affections
symptomatic of weakness, will find convincinc evi
dence of its restorative power "ion trial. If you
feel dull, drowsy, dcbilitateil and desfiondcnt, lnve
freijuent Headache, month t-t-tia blly in the
rnorniis;, lrresrularapi'titeand toiij'iieniateil, you
are suffering from Torpid Liver or "Biliousness."
In many cases ()f ''Liccr Complaint" only a part
of thesesymptoni" ire experienced. As a remedy
for all sucn cases, in-. Pierce si liomen iletiicai iis-
covery has no equal as it cflects perft cures, leav-
iotc the liver strengthened and healthy. For the
cure of Habitual Cou.stintin of the Bowels it is a
never failing remedy, and those who have u it
for this purpose are loud in Its. praise. In Itnrti
chial, Throat and Lung Diseases, it has produced
many truly remarkable cures, where other medi
cines have tailed. Sold by drutstistH at il.00 per
bottle. Prepared at the Chemical Lalmratory of
R. V. PIERCE, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.
REGULAR GRADUATE OF MEDICINE AS
Diploma at office will show, bxs Is-n longer
ensaced in the ireatment oi enereal .S-xual ami
Private diseases than any other physician in St.
Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Gleet. Strictures, Orchitis,
Hernia and Ruptures: all Urinary Disease and
Syphilitic or Mercurial affections of the Throat,
Skin or Bones arc treated with unparalleled success.
Spermatorrhea, isesual tlebility and lmpotency,
as the result of M-lf-abtie in youth, sexual evcei-"
in maturer ears, "or other cartses, ami which pro
duce some of the followin:; effects, as imrtumal
emissions, blotches, debility, dizziness of sight,
confusion of Men", evil firbillnKs, aversion to the
society of IVmili-s, lMf memory and sexual power,
and rendering marriage iuipro'K-r, are jicnuanently
The Doctor's opportunities in hospital and private
practice are unsurpassed in St. Louis or any other
city. Rack files of St- Louis papers prove that he
has been located there longer by years than any
other so advertLsimr. The establishment, library.
laboratory and appointments are unequalled in ine
si anywhere. Aire, with experi-
eaee, can W) relied n
inon, and the Doctor ran rcrer
to man v nhvsiclans
tlimushout the country. In
past success and present position he stands
The Writlnss of a Physician whose reputation is
Union-wide should - worth readimr.
Dr. Whittier publishes a Medical Pamphlet relat
ing to venereal diseases and the disastrous and
varied consequences of self abuse, that will be sent
to any address in a sealed envelope for two stamp.
It contains fall symptom lists that will enable
those afflicted tn determine the nature of their com
pkiata sad aire s. written statement of their esses
that will answer almost as well for the purpose of
treatment as a personal interview, but where it is
iTSsuent toe jjortor snofuaDeraaaswiiea ra
the unfortunate without their Enowlne their
rtnr. Gevtalnlr no obiect ia of saore imBor
tanee than purity blood ana perfect masnooci.
It is self evident that a physician who confines
hliswlfrxrlnriTrlr to tha study of a certain class of
ills 111 s and treats thoossads of cases every day,
asast acquire greater skin ia that specialty than one
In Rseral practice. Maay physicians reeoirnixint;
.. -" . . aw ! Xsw s-- a
bd i lirf-.No. 7 St. Charles street. St.
Uata, Me. Hoars A. v. to 7 P. M. todays
SfcSMI vna PBIXTTKO
WEST OP THE KB
TULL HaUPeL IjTriEIgHsVJPa, sVt., a
B 9m m f??i T ft m fl rflisa!
li ".-i 1 r w PVI
-. ...! i'--? .:'. .i
i- . ".
.-?r-7iS-S,5s!JI. .Vj.jt-i -..V,,,
BfeJ, " m 'raiilTsTTTlTn" i'ii
Iveni -ig ' Star.
TnE DEMAND FOB CUABTER OAK, OIAU
LENUE and EVENING STAR Stoves has
grown so rapidly of late that .we have noUUled or
ders as promptly ss desirable; but haviote now se
cured the assistance of another Stove Fnnnf rv w.
shall nerralter eondne nearly the entire force of our
own csssousnmeni 10 ine productioa or the Stoves
alsive named and hope to fill all orders without
We would call the attention of those about pur
chasing, to the SUCCESS and POPULARITY of all
of THESE STOVES. No better evidence of their
intrinsic merit can be offered than a statement of
the iiet alicr is years use and belna subject to se
vere tests in all all kinds of localities, ami to the
nent hilter and determined opposition that could
lie invented, that they are to-day, the MOST POP
ULAR STOVES in the market, and have Riven
such universal satisfaction THAT THE DEMAND
IS GREATER TILN EVER.
If vou want THE BEST OOOITTNO STOVE FOR
WOOD, buy the CHARTER OAK.
If vou nut TUP TIFST CmKlKn CTIHT 1HH
COAL, buy t!ie CHALLENGE.
If you want THE NEATEST AND TEST SIIEFT
It'llM. fAUUK MUVE
ever made, buy the
612 A 614 X. Main St.
st. ions, JIO.
Lea ten worth, ...Hanstax.
Orgtixiizocl lax 1883.
THIS OLD RT-nr.TABT.r.
Nubwlaatial aatl Eceaoaii-
cal liifc Iastaraace Caat-
Pan; irctaracal ta ila
Vnls -s Holder,
till 1-3 Per cnt.
O F T II E I R
, TITS i tax
arTOinvxssers wanteI In every town in the Mate.
To tle aeciistomeil to the huslness, extri iniluce
SAMUEL F. BURDETT,
102 Delaware St.,
ti zx sb e, as.
LARGE PUBLIC SALE
Farm Iuipleateals, Boggjr, Ao
A PART OP THE. CELEBRATED
Near the City of LEAVENWORTH, State of Kan
Monday, the 19th day of Sept. next.
AFTER THE CLOSING OF THE FAIR THE
undersijrned will otter at Public Sale, 3M acres
of the McWhirt Farm, on the Lawrence road,
about 4' niilcs from the
City of Leavenworth,
lieinz the eat half of section 29, In towsshlp 9 of
ran:?- XI. This is first class tann land, smooth
i. nine with some little timtier, and cood running
water. Will be sold in tracts to suit purchxsen.
This Is a rare thmce to purchase a fine tract of land
toother or for those wishing small farms near the
Metropolis of Kansas, and so convenient to the fine
market the city aflbnls.
At the same sale we will offer
75 Head of Fine Native Stock Cattle,
eoruustlneof Yearlings Two Year Ohls, Work Cat
tle and Milch Cows.
20 Head of Horses aad Males,
consisting; of Colts, Brood Mares and Work Stock.
One fine large JACK, 15J4 hands high, five years
old, and a lot of
Also, a largo Ti.-it. A
coosistiinc in part of one Corn Grinding Mill and
Horse Power, Wheat Drill. Combined Harvester,
Wagons, Harness, and a LIGHT TOP BUGGY.
TERMS OF SALE.
On the land, H
aad S Tears, with
la hand, balance in I, 2,
er cent Interest deterred
ortcaae. The title to the
payments secured by
On the nerjonal DroDertvacredlt of twelve monfas
ill be given on all sums of tW aad upwards, with
approved seenrity ; on all sassa aader tSO cash.
hate wUl take place at the McWhirt homestead,
rrnmeselnir at 10 o'clock, a. n.. and will be coo-
tinned fiosa day to day until all the property is
Hera is a I
ethers to ssraiy tkiaiirtaj with
Wat X. MtWHIIT.
Tax ma aa
It, . i.Jfr ....,. . i-Tv
ffifi Tl TI f i larilsT Sif nasi
- ASTB., 1. .
- " V-
t ..v-SRWOi XACMIXES.
A'. SUMNER & CO.
WHEELER A W1XS03T
5,vrr Xow ia Use.
SHOULD HAVE A
After sixteen years of experience we are jirepansl
to furnish a better Machine for the purp-eef f usily
sewing than any other.
The eitalit'rs "which recommend this machine are:
1st. Durability. It will last longer than any
2d. Econcmy of thread.
3d. Simplicity and thonushn- of construction.
4th. It has no shuttle and maV-s the l-ock Stitch.
Sth. Beauty and xc';,enco cf 5titc, alike on
both sides of "the fallic sewed.
6th. Strength firmness and 'tabi r- of scam
ths.t will r"t ra ve!.
7th. ItsTideri o'3ppIIca to purpiw.'s and
!th. Coniaitnes au-t e!e;2!ice of -nislel and
9th. Speed and ease of operation ar. uai3.
iuent and quit'tno? of i. ore e nt.
19th. It has fifteen pieces Jcs thn an; shuttle
machine, table inclri1, d.
ltth. Il i;s fewer pieces cvpovl tr ear than
any other Is k Stitch Machine.
1 tli. It is the mot slmplo in coutn. !, and
easiest '!jed toditrerent kinds of wort; ..-iil!!
cliansreii 1 ..l mn- to fine, or from fn" oi; U
coarc, w icn a change of needle, threatl, Iehlhol
btili I. and teusion are roiuircd, a lis. 'nie than
any other machine.
IT H lifsERVEPtY TIIK
Most IomI;ir Itivhino
As gl supplies are ntsssarr to the good oiT3
tion of any machine, we have arranged to sunply
the I ratio with the tllowinj artichs of
Sewing Machine Sapplies:
John Clark, Jr., & Co.'s
BESllSrX CORD SPOOL COTTON,
On Black Spools.
Hewing Machine Silk Twist,
Imported by ourselves.
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, OIL, SOAP, Ae.
Dealing, as we do, directly with the Manufac
turers in every care, wo are preirvd to furnish
fresh stock made of the ,t material at the Ioiret
market priic for thoroughly good goods.
AKU roB THE
Wc desire to call the attention of the Musical Puti
lic to the
i m e u I : a x one; a
In power ami volume of tonn It is .riiiiiioriI,
the reult of a )et.uliarity of construction, iirIu.
IiiK a grind soiioricty.
No oilier iotrununt receives such faithful atten
tion in tuning and vmiin;; they
They Cannot CSet Out of Tun-
Further, the mcihanical construction of this or
gan is utiritallrd. The Is.-! orLiiian-hi isgitin
to each irt unlriivlr. As an aro-nipaniuient
to vocal iiiu-h-, its superiority Ls iindtnialle
by procuring a iin-t-clas
O It G A X
17 1 j. -n O
EXPRESSLY TOR OUR TRADE.
They eiulirais. all the iiKKlem Improvements, are
niailc of U-it material, h the ci-r skltttil
workmen. I hey will stand In any climate and ar
g-ianT.ie"l lo'venatisfacti tn.
These I'unos are acknowledged to tv- en
O'lallel in point of evenness and .!ati n sshkIi,
hne and sinking ipiUity of lone, ifsx , "i .- and
djrahility of const nic:ion, as v-il as nestpesn ,r"
stvle anil lenuty ot tinlli.
-fore purchasi". the Musical rV"!lr oti- it to
them!vcs tocxanu-cour It:tni'nni.
Protection to tits Public
that all articles furnishel by us are
all hills of sale are issued from the
ST. LOULS OFFICE,
and the name.
is used as a IraJe mark on ail goods sold.
CaUloc-ies, with full descriptions of ail the styles
of MACHINES, OIMJANS and l'lANO", tent,
post-paid, on application.
Agenu in ail me principal cuies anu couuiies.
Particular attention is called to the fact that wc
sell none hut the K-st V"
Distant purchasers can send orders hv mail after
consulting the Catalogue, and be sure of receivin;
precisely wnat iney oruer.
As our success has been made by giving
those who patroni7e us may be assured that we will
TAKE GOOD CARE
of every Machine or Instrument sold by us.
We oner our goods at prices
Wttfelm tfce reach of all. and oa better
tarna tfcaa ut other reliable Beraae.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
OFFICE fc SALE ROOMS,
415 JT. Fifth Street,
94 Delaware Street
.VV . i,
wS af .sassV sbL .assssaEaBasI