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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870:
The Sweaty feMoenitlc Skirmishers.
Stocked Cr-U ! Hnij-IUle4
JeaateDH KnmlutH oh the Flrat
A large number of people xvcaibletl at
the Court House Thursday, to witness the
lerfotraancrt of the "Laboring Men," in
the nomination or a County ticket. The
meeting was an adjourned one from last
week, at which time it wag deemed inex
iieilient to select candidatex.
The Convention, consisting of delegates
from the four Ward of the city and Fair
mount and Delaware Township, assembled
at 2 o'clock p. m. J. A. Blackiuan wan
elected Chairman, and JJ. F. Sylvia Secre
tary, after which the Committee on Creden
tials reported as follow:
First Ward B. F. Sylris, C. Egglwton,
L. S. Clark.
Second Ward P. McGraw, S. C. Thomp
son, M. E. Jovce.
Third Ward Ceo. Kinsley, W. L. Mil
ler, Geo. Pollock.
Fourth Ward J. J. Murphy, A. Arm
strong, T. X. FranciH.
Fairnu.iint J. A. Blackman, T. C. De
Delaware James S. Bryan.
Which report wan adopted.
But somebody didn't like to ee John
Murphy in there, probably because he might
upset some of the little plane, and mi, that
gentleman having been a delegate to the
l)emocratic Convention, that fact wan eagerly
seized hold of as an excuse for the following
llouJiicd, That no delegate lie allowed a
seat in this Convention that acted as dele
gate in either the Republican or Democratic
t.'oiiviiitions recently held in thin city, for
the nomination of candidates for the county
The resolution was of course adopted, ami
Mr. Murphy was not allowed bin seat.
it wax then trojKsed to go into nomina
tion. One projMmcd rtru wee, but another,
with that ojwn anil alrovc. board ditplay of
the innermost secret of the heart which lias
characterized the whole movement, raid "he
had nothing to conceal." The crowd ajs
plauded that because they believed it, and it
w:ik lecidel to vote rfra voce. Mr. Icunard
was nominated; but nobody went much on
the blind, and Wm. Phillisi was nominated.
Applause aiming the IVmocrat.s at the idea
of dividing the colored vote. The roll lieing
called Mr. P. received 1- votes and Mr.
For County Attorney, F. P. Fitzwilliam
and J. W. Taylor were named. Mr. Tay
lor received 10 vote and Fits 4. Fitr. was
sitting on the railing by the safe, and didn't
even fall off when the remit was announced.
It is understood that the public eomplinient
was given to Taylor on condition that he
would work for his opjioncnt.
Adolph Wernhcr was tiomiiiHted for Dis
trict Clerk by acclamation. He is a Repub
lican, and is intended to draw votes from
Haug. This was done to apjiease Currier's
indignation at the attempt of Leonard to
trade him ofl for Capt. W. D. Matthew.
Judge R. R. Hees was called uiKin to ex
plain why be should not be nominated for
1'iolinte Judge, and being unable to do so he
mi ratified, and went outside of the railing,
with the private mark of the Convention on
J. Kiii-erinaii. the Democratic nominee
was then nominated for Siieriiiteudeiit of
The nomination of Senator being in order
the following were named: Dudley More
head, x.5. W. Gardiner, H. C. Has. Col. C.
The vote lieing taken resulted a.s follows:
Morehond, K; Gardiner, 12; Jenni-xm 10;
Haas, 7: on which Morehead, Gardiner and
Jennison having received the largest num
lorof votes, were declared nominated.
In rcsiionc to repeated calls, Judge Gar
diner came forward and in an elotptent
r-et-ch portrayed the corruption which chsr
iicterizeil all the parties except the one which
had nominated him. The degeneracy of
the Republican and Democratic jmrties was
apparent to all, and it now only remained
for the laboring men to rise up and hurl
them in disintegrated sections from the face
of the earth. He hoped that his nomination
was no farce surely the men 1 see before
ine would nut trifle with the feeling of a fel
low creature in such a manner. .No, gen
tlemen, I take it that I nm really nominated.
And he was.
It was highly desirous that the other two
nominees should comu forward and siccept,
though the apjiearance of Jciiuison was
somewhat doubtful, owing to the Convention
lieing held between the hours of 1 and 6
p. in. and its interference with the ten hour
system. The Conrcntion'waitedjsoiue time for
Mr. Morehead, who at last came forward and
made the thing rather awkward by stating
that he had never heard of the Lalmr Union
until a few moments before, when he was
told that he was nominated. He said he
was a true and sound Republican, arid, lie
tore he consented to' Income the candidate of
any other Kirty, he must have assurance
that it dill not conflict with his duty to the
Republican. Then everybody said" "No,"
"No," it would not. He could Iielong to
juiv party and still consistency lie a candi
date of the Jjibor Convention. Then the
.ipplause was loud, showing that the assertion
wa generally lielicved. But Mr Morehead
wa not satisfied, aiid they read him tlie con
stitution and all the resolution thcr Iwd
eer adopted. Then they read him the by
l.iws, and said they were loyal. After a great
deal of urging, Mr. Morehead finally eon-M-iitcd
to lie their candidate, remarking that
be lioii!d1do the lcst he could to lie elected,
as he lielonged to a good family.
The Convention then adopted the follow
ing resolution and adjourned :
We, the workingmen of Leavenworth
Vmiity, in Convention, do hereby announce
1st. That the platform ami principles
enunciated by the State I Jilmr Union of the
St.iteof Kansas, and of the United States,
reflects the inic principles of our association,
and we hereby pledge ourselves, from this
henceforth,, to usc.our undivided, eflort JLu,
the advocacy and maintenance of these prin
Url. Our constant efforts shall be to invite
capital into the country witkiai view to the
proper dinuion for the common good, die,
just appreciation of the laboring interests, a
proper and adequate remuneration 'for1' ser
vices, and the dne recognition of the equal
rights of all men; opposing by all' honor
able means the absorption by monopolists,
of the public domain, , for . the
benefit of the few to the exclusion of llie set
tler, the educational interests, and' the proper
development of oar rich and beautiful -State.
3rd. As certain political partial have
seen fit to deride and contemn our efforts in
behalf of the lalwring interests of the coun
trv, we ray to them to stand from under, for
the plow dure, pruning honk, and the.-implements
of industry arc becoming a. power
more potent than the sword.
A singular accident occurred at Ryan
Whittaker's slaughter house on Tuesday.
On the west side of the liuilding is an in
clined passage way for hogs, leading up to
the second story. The gateway at the lower
end having been left open, a number of Texas
steers went in on an exploring expedition'.'
The structure was not built' strong eaoaga
for such, stock, and the conmnjence, wag thai
when too many of them got in there, and
when they were about twenty-five feci from
the ground, the thing gave way, and the
steers fell. Two of them were' killed 'in
stantly and the others More or Iess-bruiseL
ue struck in the midst of a group of colored,
men, who were rather more than surprised
and made haste to get out of the way. The
affair' was rather amusing, except to the poor
cattle, who didn't-seem to enjoy it- " '
Five men named Thomas Blanev, Jno.
- . iisi .4, J "VW
lirowii, wm. jatne, rxiwaru jnuir ana J no.
Martin, miners at the coal
; were arrested
yesterday for assaahtng' Andrew Flemfng,
a fellow workman who dhagracd with them
regarding the strike. They beat him con
siderably, and will answer for it at the Police
Court this moraiog. The dinkuUiesat the
shaft will not materially interfere' With the
company's business. ..
Tns colored hors are having a fin time
coon hundaf,ft1iatTi-'fke lariat
made their appearance ia large number a
abort distance below Bain City. Three or
four of the boys went out on Tuesday night,
and secured five before the moon went down.
Coon hunting ranks among the most excit
ing of American sports, and we believe the
colored people priz them highly as an arti
cle of food. ' " -
Marshal Tom Smith, or AMlrar, Mnr
tiered. His Head is Cnt off with an Axe.
We learn from Capt. Hanks, of the Kan
sas Pacific, of the death, on Wednesday last,
of Tom Smith, City Marshal of Abilene,
under the following circuanntances: Receiv
ing information that two men whom he de
sired to arrest were to tie found on Chapman's
Creek, about fifteen miles distant from Abi
lene, he repaired to the spot and found the
parties he was looking for. They resisted
arrest, and, while the officer was struggling
with one of them, the other seized an axe
and, it is supjioAed, while Smith was in a
stooping position, struck him on the back of
the neck, completely severing his head from
his body. Neither of the men have since
been seen. There is great excitement among
the citizens of the vicinity, and a hunt for
the murderers was being vigorously prose
cuted at last accounts.
The German Relief Fund Committee re
ceived by mail last evening $75, from a lady
in Olathe. A few da ago they received
$200 from Junction City; also S100 from i
Eudora, Douglas county; from Manhattan I
c, j , .-v.. -n i .j
9iw, im innuiiasawirisjui wuwcu (
in those places. Lawrence has contributed
$1,050 to this laudable purpose,
$520 and Topeka over $300.
The Post Office at Eviline, Missouri, on " ,,ai",s ru,c rl,;icrs J-V a,""OM " 'a
., ,. - ' ii i, -i ii i i- . tional Guards, ravre, Garner, lagesr
the Missouri alley Railroad, has lieen dis- c. ,,, ,. i r.i n... ii,i
J ' ;himon,andtlicComman(eroftlieIiiimlreitii
continued, by order of the Post Office De- j Kegiment, were still held prisoners. It was
partment, and persons residing in that Ic- not until .' o'clock in the morning that these
calitvcan be accommodated through the j lamentable acts .were repmcd by some bat
.. ". talious of National Guards, who ran up in
'"thn.p oflice. Kn?at nnml)ers an,i took thc;r jj,;,,,,
rr . .l . .t ! ii around the Hotel do Ville, headed hr Ferrv.
The report that the railroad bridge across KS( WILLlAMs 0KIlE'K OF Tn I)AY;
Hig Stranger was carrictl away by the high, Ukismn, Nov. 3. The following royal
water, is without foundation. The ap- I order of the day is published this morning:
proachesare tadly gullied, and required "Soldier. of the Confederate Armje: When,
-,,,...- i . -i i -1 , three months since, we took the field, I said
considerable attention, but the bridge was wuuM mr ju Tiat
not injured. i this confidence has lieen fully realized, wit-
t, ,, ,, 1 . i ness Woerth, Saarbnick, Mctz, Setlan, Beau-
The wot approach to the bridge acrs " Strs,nrcaciia,Ticto forourarms.
Big Stranger, at Spnngilale, on the Oska- j x you lielong the merit and the glory.
loos.1 road, has been washed away, rendering You have maintained all the virtues which
it imisi-vsible to cross at that iioiiit. 1 especially distinguish soldiers. With Metz,
, . . j the last at my of the enemy is destroyed. I
The M., K. &T. R. R. wa Iwdly in-J take UiLs opK.rtunity to thank you all, fnim
ii, ,. i . ,i : .. .,
jured, below Lmpuna, by the rain on S.it-
urday, and it will take some days to repair
The wagon bridge over the Grashopn.T,
Isjtwecu Perryvilleaud -Molina, lost its mid
dle span in the recent storm.
A Band of Xmblc Wonirn.
nrn-sin Jenm of tbe Chicago Tribune.
New York, Oct. H.
There is in this city an organization of I
mI, true, and noble women, who secret I v,
or, pcrhaiis I shoiihl say, quietly, perform mits the Republic to fling :i wonl of sympa
the work of ministering angels to tlie friends i thy to the brave decendenls of Lafayette,
who come to this great wilderness of people. . Thou who first pniclaiuicd the emancipation
Men or women, lie they rich or iioor, but of the races! Classic land of liberty! Home
esiecully the latter for money purchases of the exile! Will thou alundon
that which stand in the stead of friends, I in this struggle of giants thy sNtcr nation?
somitiuies have only to make known the' Will tliou again march at the van of human
fact of their sickness, or their sorrow, and lo! progress? Heroic struggle! France is in
these ministering angels are at their sides I ruins liecausc her army of braves was lest by
afl'irding them every aid that mortal hands the stupidest of tyrants. But the nation is
can furnish for them. Society, personal com- here. It has risen as one man and wijl
fort, and pleasures of all kinds are no bin-' make the old autocrat of Prn.vM.i repent his
dranccor consideration, when a human lieing inhuman butcheiy.''
requires their assistance, or their presence. It The order closes with an appeal to the sol
is an organized society which has been in i dicrs, declaring that their courage is unques
cxietence so long that it may lie ioken of tionablc, but that they vf.mt the coolness and
with safety. Sometimes these bands of' discipline indispensable to war.
Christian women find their zeal or their . - -
strength insufficient for the exhaustiveness ofl ITAI.T.
time, and die an early death; but not so xiie conditions, announced by the ital
with our Sisters of the Stranger. They ian government l'postakinu rossi
kcepan "office in which a secretary is em-1 ion of ko.me.
plou-d, to which the public through the i Komi:, Nov. 1 The following conditions
columns of the press is referred for axsist- , were announced by the Italian Government
ance, and this jierson informs the Sitcr or . hjmjii Liking possession of Home:
rather the seraphs, who are nameless, and j All political authority of the Pope and
without recognizable iiersonality, and they i Holy See in Italv is abolished and will re
visit the sick, a Horn mem me eoiiuons oi
proper food, medical attendance, become
watchful nurse write letter, and jierform
every service tliat the most devoted sif
ter could. These wouien lielong to the
highest of social (losition; but. like, the Mas
ter they serve, they are meek and lowly in
spirit, 'taking no thought for themselves,
but manifesting the spirit of Christ in nil
their acts, nd yet they are not acetics,
nor do they set tlieuisclves up as better than
their fellow. I saw one of them in silken
array, filmy lace and lovely blossoms, sway
ing to the music of Strauss in a bewildering
dance, one lovely summer night, when but
the midnight liefore 1 saw her in a little
white muslin hcssl and gray gown, wetting
with cold water the parched lii of a iioor
German orphan boy who was bunting with
fever, and waiting for heaven's doors to open
n nd let him' in to rest. This, said I, is
Christianity It blameth not itself, but
bideth the work of its right hand from the at IC Holy See will enjoy omi
sacrifices 6f' its left. We do entertain angels , etu lihertv as at other sovereign
unawares sometime, and they do exist un-.
i .ii l T 1 ;.l. is . . !.... ... 1
derilkejrjaidice, and with fret that love to
twinkle to'lhe jiiusic of a gallop, as I have
til io,mssclf ,of late,
The Wlckednesw mt CrasjMrt. i
From the Brooklyn Union. j
i If-,7 Mr lUwl.or nut Ilenrr Warfl
nor .hslward, nor 1 nomas K., nor t.naries,
i .V .. m
nor James, nor any of Dr. Lyman Beccher's
eccentric family, but a Methodist minister in
Vfieonsiii, offered a resolution in the Con
ference, hist week, declaring croquet playing
a sin. The Gaiferenee had no more sense of
right and wrong than to vote it down. But I
Mr. Beecher can take heart. Every great
reformer is left without support in the'begin- t
ning of hi work. When the anti-croquet
party' carries the election in Wisconsin and
Ei:ichnetts, Mr. Beecher will have a
stiTae 'erected to his honor on the top of the
Milwaukee lieht-house.' lie will He repre
Iwvv of-swf3teL vounc girls stand'abonl'liim
in tears at the thoTrghl oPthe destmetion of
so important a branchof huslandry..
I What diiVthV Conference mean bj laugh
ing at IKBeetbir?! Of coarse" croquet is a
sin. Charles Lamb said it might not be a
sin to eat a pine apple, but the pleasure of it
was so great that a man ot itcooer casscience
Guyow, .the French mystic iis'lw'TtP?o-
blcs in her shoes that she migni not cnju.
walking too greatlyl We hardly think such
E -nance could lutve been good lor. die sdlej
nt if there is 'any virtue in making oneself
miserable we think the Wisconsin Beecher
has hit it. .Abjure cniqurt. Never .let a
cmopr- onot m.ikeTa'roinct'-crotinH'with "your
ball. Never give jourself the ivcngefiiLl
olMSHra breidiaraa.oro8em .riff. aoag-l
the currant bushes. Never feel the exqui
site joy of striking the stake first in a hard
foNjjhVMni. r o O r' C7JT 3"T .
1ftirToiiriet n'as some rMeemmgfearureiC
A fellow who Inwhies six times in succession
- maN-wlto geH sent aa when" hel'i '
a ranital lxisitiuit.tif make two or three
arches, suffer agonyenojtthjnake,lumJ
.tJartiiarlai u.iJ, .VimrJL i ii 1 4
KMHIII'HIin-mru wf . -
that Mr. Beecher might inquire whether
there are not some things to be set down per
"tvurf jtota .WZ.-12 .;'.':V-"'
We think we can imagine how this is-
consin minwtar caase to tiusk of the sin of
croquet., Iewas playpg, a three-landed
game.' There were two gentlemen and one
ladv The bdv weat through the fint two-
arches. (VT did the other gentleman. Mr.
Beeches made a booby, and had to try over.
The ladv andtae-sjtliaraeatleaaia-vwant on
swimiftihgrV?-'fMf. TBeecher boobfcd'Arec
times. Whenexerbe happened to grtoa the
same, part of the ground with the other
his nail and lodged him in an onion bed five
rods away... Of. course Mr. Beecher thought
croquet widted" after that. Such "playing as
that is surdy.jmfalj:2cWaA,t wonder
that a human man should want it abolished.
For ourselves we are convinced.
shall not touch aaaHetumilnextsummer.
ThVarnaaYJLat nt Iwit rVmat
- " nly Raved.
tzKKCcry, FUv, HevrTf mtmiklft
Varuna. CidC. JoseDh Sneacer. which sailed
from'NeW York, Oct. 15th,-br GalvestonV
TexaynwinJered an the hid of the 25th.
of Jopiter Inlet, Florida. All on board
asWpt the second' aiste and four mea war
seated in the subltmeactol throwuig a wnoic; in a iree .-iaie. .- innj,'
i,.r m.iii.4 nmllets. tails' arehes.'aiid'l J.is the Ambassador of .
dr'xl ctnL-EL Intn LnkivMirhiinnr while-'a Ministers if Holland
would hesitate a great while tielore veriur
v. -wm m -. . n ,
ARM I -T10E OF TWENTY-FIVK
Versailles, Nov. 3 In consequence of
the terms proposed, yesterday, liy Thiers and
accepted to-day by Bismarck, the latter
oners to the French "an armistice cf twenty
five days to allow general elections to be
held throughout France. The armistice is
to lie based on a military tfatu quo existing
on the day of signature.
MfcTZ AND THE BCHBOCNDINCI TOWS IJUI-
ETLT HITIMITTISO TO TBCSMAS RULE.
Saarbrcck, Oct. 21 A special to the
Hemld says: Metx is entirely occupied by
the Prussians. The conduct of the inhab
itants toward the soldiers is good. A strong
Prussian larty exists in the town. Procla
mations were issued yesterday, and to-day, to
the French soldiers and inhabitants, com
manding the soldiers who have not surren
dered to do so within twenty-four hours, or
be arrested and tried by court martial,
and cxhortine the inhabitants to submit
quietly to the Prussians occupation and not
molest the soldiers, and forbidding the as
sembling of more than ten iersons in the
streets; promising that the proiierty of private
individuals shall be respected anil ordering
the inhabitants to surrender all arms and
j ammunition. Death is declared the enalty
tor the infringement nl these oniers. x-oou
of all kinds is beginning to arrive.
OVERTHROW OF THE PROVISIONAL GOVERN
MENT IN PARIS.
Tours. Nov. '.i The journals publish ex
tracts from the Journal Officiate of Paris,
tnn ilin 1st. from which it is understood that
the Paris Government decided to accept an
armistice, and .that Flourens, .who awaited a
tiretcxt, raised a temporarv not. TheJorrtnj
. H.arf .1-Vflle was invaded and
i iommiiiecoi mniic naieiv iinciaimeu. x lie
.-. . . r i i" j" . 1 " I rfl
j members of the Provisional Government were
detained for several hours. About 8 o'clock,
'Trochti, Arago, and Ferry were freed from
me vienerai 10 me soiuier. n nucicr in
. . , ,.-lfc ,,, ,:traniiv !,,,
I know that with such soldiers victorv cm
t -. " : :. .-
I (iAKIBALDl'M ORDER OF THE DAY.
' London, Nov. .'General Garibaldi, in
an order of the day, reproaches the Repub
( lie for their failure to act for the mutual dc
, feiise of Switzerland. He says she is kept
, down by the cash-boxes of her great bankers.
With her lifted finger she might have kept
i Prim from Madrid, but she allowed him to
slaughter the iamsh nation. iielerniiK to
the United States, the General say
of Washington's great familv barely per-
main so. Hie t'opcwiu is: entirely iree in
the exercise of the ecclesiastical rights he now
possesses as supreme chief of the Catholic
t'hurch, and will enjoy all the honors mid
liberties which constitute sovereign preroga
tives. He will dispose of and provide for
liis church as he has up to the present time.
A territorial immunity will be accorded the
Holy See, so that, free and independent at
home and abroad, he may take care of the
in'crwts nod exercise the authority of the
Church. All Italian and foreign prelates,
cardinals, bishos ami spiritual Uslies, and
ecclesiastical orders, will enjoy entire immu
nity at the place of icridcuce of the supreme
head of the Church, whether summoned for
council or any other purpose. The Iloly
See will I able to communicate freely and
indeiiendeiitly at home and abroad with the
power and clergy sqiecial iostnl and tele
graphic services will lie placed wholly at its
-ditKial. Renrcsenta lives of foreign twiner
eourls. The Poiie's Ix-vates and Envovs will
. .... I . " . - r - ..
be treaMl like Amha
creins. The Pojie j
lassadors of foreign sov-
and church hall enjoy
unlimited libertv of tmblicatioii at the Holy
See's nlaee of residence, of all personal and
omcihatorv determination. The Pone
shall have'fiill lilierty to travel atall times in
and out f the countrv. Italy will iimsider
him a a foreism sovereiun. and he will lie
treated and honored as sueh throughout
the kingdom. The appanage of tliis- Holi
ness and his court shall lie fitmishedby Italy,
who also assumes the debts hitherto con
tracted bv the Pontifical State for the tran-
qnility of the Catholic world and powur.
Italy is dimsed to guarantee the libei ties of
the church and indeiiendence of the Pope by
sanctioning them in international treaty by
these commission. The government
wihe to prove to Eurojie that Italy
resjiects the sovereignty of the Pojks
conformable to the principle, "a free church
the last two
were received by his Holincs. It is believed
the Pojie accepts the situation ami approves
of Austria taking lead in calling an Interna
tional Congress, which will finally receive
his sanctum to the above conditions.
1 PROTESTANT WORSHIP..
Gen. La 'Mormon continues the Poiie's
interdict against the occupation of a place of
Protestant worship in Rome, and the Protes
tant chapel will remain outside of the walls.
A PROPOSITION FROM RUSSIA TO Rl'V THE
New York, Nov. 1. A Tribune corres
pondent telegraphs from Tours: The Rus
sian emissaries have been proposing tobuy
the French fleet, offering certain jKilitical
inducements in addition to a large price, but
have have met with no success.
EFFECTS OF THE LATE HURRICANE.
New.Yrk, XuSk 1. Late intelligence
fromCuba shows Ihat fortv-tliree iiersons
were drowned on the Island, by the storm of
the 19th and 20th. The damage amounts
to five million dollars. Twenty-three ves-.
sels, eleven of them American, were wrecked
on the Florida Beefs.
rioaifsn or the Ht. l.onU Bridge Wall;
road Matters. , , ,
ST.-Lot'i.s Nov. 3. The hugecaaaua-dc-l
signed for the eastern abutment of hvllli-
nois and St. Louis bridge at this point
were lannclied at South St. Louis to-day,
and will be pat in' position opposite the city
to-morrow. Its extreme dimension are 84
by 73 feet and is now 23 feet out of water.
It contains 690,000 feet of timber weighing
nearly 1,500 tons and 300 tons of iron.
The County Court to-day defeated a peti-'
Uon before it, from a number or prominent
dtisens, to submit a proposition to sabarrihe
31,000,000 stock, to the St. Louis & Fort
Scott Railroad, to a vote of the people.
I a rirkt
at a raltf teal Xeei
liass Freely Cntd Heven
J Norfolk. Va.. Nov. 2 Large crowds of
' whites and blacks collected before the Cky
illaU last night to hear political addresses
irom Mr. Kmnmni, Hecretary of tae avy,
and J: H. PhKi, member of Congress from
IhK.'Pistriet' and .candidate for re-election -Erov.
fTell. of Virginia; Professor Langs
toa, colored, of Harvard University. Wash
ington; and other. After Got. Wells and
Secretary Kehapon had addressed the crowd,
i - r t- a ii &.....
and while Professor Langston was speak
ing, the meeting was interrupted by a
dwttir". in the crowd, .which soon
increased in, violence and extent until fit
anus were freely used.. At the commence
ment of the firing the crowd broke, scattering
in every direction. The police attempted to
quell the disturbance bntowingto the small
lorce, were unable to accomplish much.
After tbe crowd -had dispersed'- it was found
(hat iie-'one waa killed,-hut many whites and
blacks' had:. keen wounded. Among those
seriously wounded was Jno. S. Daniel, a well
known white citinen and leading Republican,
who occupied "a position -on the speakers'
stand. He wao wounded in the head by a
a bullet. This morning a negro, badly cut,
was found dead in an alley.
Eles-llon Law declared .
New York, Nov.:!. There was an im
mense concourse in the' United States Court
room this morning awaiting the decision of
Judge Woodrutt ami JJuttcblord on the
points presented yesterday by Stoughton and
Curtis, involving tlie constitutionality of the
new election law. Among those present
were the leading members of- the bar, a
large force of politicians, Denutr Marshals,
and citizens. At a quarter past 1L
o'clock the Judges took their seats on the
bench, when the Court' was formally opened.
(JJon. Caleb Cushing was sworn m as
Assistant District Attorney. Judge
Woodruff then gave the derision of
the Court that the law was
constitutional; he .vid that after having
considered the arguments presented by the
counsel for the defence the reflections of the
Court led them to the opinion that tire act of
Congress, of May 1st, 1870, in relation to
elections, is no infringement upon the rights
of voters, and does not embody any attempt
to prescribe to the State of New York, or
any other State, the conditions of the right
of "suffrage. The views of the Court upon
this point were sustained by the second sec
tion of the Constitution of the United State.
Section four of the Constitution also sustain
those views. It prescrilies that elections
shall be controlled by legislatures, bnt that
Congress shall cxercie a injiervising power,
and that section does not conflict with the act
of May 1st, 1870.
Chirr Jaallee Cans nat ea peeled ta
Kfeoier-I'lsk brlnit a Suit acalant
the . York Time-A Vrmel driven
New York, Nov. 1L Private letter from
Narraganselt, R, I., instead of giving hojies
of Chief Justice Chase's recovery, sieak
very despondently of his health. The opinion
of his , relatives is represented to be that he
is in a very dangerous state, and will never
be able to resume his place, on the Supreme
Bench. His death almost any time would
not lie a Mirprvc.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., is reported to have insti
tuted proceedings against the T7mr. news
jiajier, laying damages at $100,000, for pub
lishing the statement that he consorted with
"drabs," and kept a bagnio for their enter
tainment, under the name of an optra house.
The brig Garibaldi was driven :ihore in
the sound to-day, by a gale, and is a total
loss. Three sailors "were drowned.
Kald on llllelt BlatillerleN-Mailed for
New York, Nov. ". A raid was made
this morning on the illicit distillers in the
Fifth Ward in Brooklyn. Sujiervisor Dud
ley, with about 100 officers, Incked by :5,000
U. S. troops as protectors of law, destroyed a
large number of stills, mash, and whisky.
There was no disturbance.
Professors Hall, Harkncs, and Eastman,
of the Naval Observatory at Washington,
sailed to-day in the China to witness the
eclipse of the sun in Sicily. Another party,
under guidance of Professors Whcelock, of
Harvard, and Peters, of Hamilton College,
follow to-morrow in the Abyssinia.
Illicit IMMllllrrif In Brooklyn Rf
iMlanee to the United Nlatea Troop
They lirrM the Mob at the lolul
or the Bayonet Ureal Kxellemrnt
The War not y et Ended.
New York, Nov. 3 The raid ukhi the il
licit distilleries of the Fifth ward, Brooklyn,
yesterday, was a most decisive affair, and
will lie resumed again this morning, and con
tinued until every illicit still in that sec
tion is destroyed. The excitement in the
vicinity of the oeratiou. was intense, and
the mob, numbering lietween 4,000 and
o,000, resisted the attack of the United
States officials. As the marines approached
one of the largest distilleries, surrounded by
a cordon of fences, a heavy fire of pistols,
guns, and iron bolts was received from the
roofs in the vicinity. The officers kept
close to the fence while the men pulled it
down, 'and, with their bayonets lowered,
charged on the mob, which retired hastily
but defiantly into the adjoining back
yard, where," again, from every position
of advantage ihey could gain, they showered
down a hail storm of improvised jir.ijectilcs.
Tlie triKip renewed their charge, driving llie
riotous crowd into still third enclosure,
from which they were in turn driven at the
HiuL of the bayonet to a further rctre.it. in
the rear of the building, when the niob
rushtsl in great disorder through the liquor
store into York street, and was instantly
swallowed in the crowd of angry lookers on.
The marines were exjiosed to a heavy fire,
which fortunately did little injury.
In each of the enclosures broki n into by
the marines, there was found a store of brick
bats, evidently laid by for n-e.
A soon a the last of the scoundrels had
retired, Col. Broome posted men with
jiMiicd weaiolis aijl fixed Uiyoncl
upon the streets amf prominent points in the
neighborhood.; There, was not a jioint in ihe
vrcinily.tli.il. was not sriivercil by .their, mus
kets. "TheX'olpnel then notified the citizens
jn the vicinity that the firt man who attempt
ed to repeal ihe atl.'ick iipor. his command
should lie killed. There, was accordingly no
further outbreak, though a Milieu crowd hung
around ihe troop. At an early hour this
morning, a riotous crowd i collecting at
Various (hmiiIh around the Navy Yard and
teamtU3 are now waiting 'to convey Assist
auilAAessors, marines, nd triKqis to such
Kiiuts as designated. ' Much excitement
Ceremonies of KeKpert fihawn to the
late tioyrnnr Khafflsr.
I Salt Lake, Nov. I. The highest re
siect is shown to the memory of the kite
Gov. Shaffer. Tiwlay, the procession whiih
followed his remains was the largest ever
seen here, and was very imjiosing. Brig
ham Young's carriage, with five aiostlcs,
the entire Federal, military, the Masonic
fraternity, me'mlicr of the liar, the Mormon
High Council, iind a large company of citi
zens, turned nut. Deputation. win louow
hi 'remains to Freejiort, to-morrow.
' The nr (ioverhor ortTlah.
Washington, Nov; 2 Vincent Vaughn,
wlio was yesterday' apiointed Governor of
Utah,, in place of" Gov. Shaflerj deceased,
was an .officer in the Confederate service. until
die dose of .the war. Ills disabilities were
reniovedbyCoiigress at its last session to enable
him to accept tlie appointment of Secretary of
Utah-, Jla, has been in Utah but a few months,
and although a gentleman of education, it is
thought here that he is entirely too voting and
Experienced in public affairs to till such a
tion "with its attendant complications on
question of poligatny, and is by no means
a match for Brighatu Y oang. ,
fort Neott Woolen and 1'lonrinc Xllla
Beat roved by
raw eaotnllono mt
NinHlbr with lion. firm. A. Craw-
1 ford A ew Farlorjr to he Ereeted.
Fort Stt, Kas., Nov., .2. The Fort
acottWpplentad Flouring Mills were de
siruy'cd by, fire last night. Loss about $60,
QW.T The origin of the fire, is, attributed to
UKcndiaxi.m. A, meeting was held this af
ternoon, in which many leading citizens par
ticipated. . Resolutions were pased express
ing sympathy with Hon. George, A. Craw
ford,. for the'loss he had thus, sustained and
for the active part he had taken. for the ad
vancement of internal interests, of this city.
A new factory is to erected on the old site,
hr Mr. Crawford.
I Cleveland, Nov. 2 At tl'explosion of
the Nitro-Glrcerine Co.' Work 'the loss was
not m than $25,000. Where the magazine
s4obd -are now two ponds 'of 'water fifty feet
Pid jventT-nve feet. deep. Several
were so badly damaged by the ex
llrt tlie families; arc obliged to vacate
Voat aVfrfovratton oTXew Torfk Cltx.
I Jfnv'ToBK, Nov. 1. The total registra
tion of this city is 142.66 orW less than
list year. ""
lvrder Works Blown One STan
I Conoowd, JT. lLr Nov. 1. A portioa of
Barns' powder works, at aVaaMgtnn, N. IL,
blew npytaterday, demollshimj the mill and
killine r.ne of the workmen.
THE WirE MVBEK XEAK LISA.
The nrderer iea aUaaaelf In and
CsaHssf the aeen.
(Isprvltl uanciaaatl ConaMcaL
Lima, October 30. The man's aame who
committed the murder some nine miles from
here last ntonday evening, is Andrew Rrent
liager. not fiittenger, as first reported. Cor
oner .Feiss and l)r. Metaaer, of this, place,
were notified yesterday of the murder and
went to the house. It- is a log house and
distant about one-half mile from any -other
farm house. They found a crowd ot neigh
bora there and alsothe murderer Rremlinger,
who had returned home and made a full con
fession. It appears himself and wife had not
been living peaceably together and iarted at
one time and got together again some time
since, but lived no better than before. Brent
linger was jealous of a neighbor who visited
the houe often, ami thought he was crimi
nally intimate with his wife. On Monday
afternoon last, about 2 o'clock, they got into
a quarrel in the front of the house on the
porch, when he tripped her and struck her
on tlie head ; knocking ncr down on. tier lace.
He then turned her over and stabbed her
several time with a small kuife. Then he
called hi little girl, telling lier to bring his
large knife, or dirk. She refused to
do so at first, but he threatened to
kill her also, and she. finally got it.
With this knife he finished his hell
ish work and left her to die. He then went
on horseback to one of his son, working
some five miles distant, and to another some
fifteen miles distant, and fold them what he
had done, and gave them instructions tobury
her, saying he would kill them if. they re
fused or told of the murder. They went
home, and on Tuesday morning about A
o'clock, dug a hole about thirty steps from
tbe house, and aliout two feet deep, put the
body in, face downward, in the same clothes
she was murdered in, all covered and stuck
together with blood, covered her up, and
plowed and harrowed the ground over' to
conceal the place. The imdy, when removed
yesterday, was very black, and showed eight
stain, four in the region of tlie breast and
four in thealslomen.
I)r. Metxgrrheld a pot mortem examina
tion which revealed two rib broken, a stab
through the liver and in other vital parts. It
was not shown in the testimony before the
Coroner that the woman had been criminally
intimate with any one.
Brentlinger was brought here last night
and lodged in jail. He says he is sorry ha
committed the deed. He is a man of forbid
ding appearance, and ha been n liad charac
ter in the county, but has never lieen known
to ue intoxicating drink. The woman was
hi second wife, by whom he hs two chil
dren. Her age wa fventy-fue year while
his was fifty-two. Hi children by hi first
wife are said to lie very ignorant. They can
not read or write. An effort will lie made
to have him tried at the October term of the
court, which i still iu session here. It is
not thought that he is insane.
Secretary Fish's housekeeping cost him
$40,000 a year.
It is rejicateil that Jenny Lind is com
ing to America to sing'agaiu.
Among Ihe 1,100 members of the Mich
igan University arc 'Jti women.
A maiden all folorn Victoria's daugh
ter, who is engaged to the .Marquis of Lorn.
The Rev. T. I Curler announces that
he hiis taken the total abstinence pledge on
ly ecu in lecturing.
A lady at Bjston narrowly c-jks seri
ous injury, a few days since, by having her
chignon set on fire while traveling in a horse
Nilsson is to occupy the suite of room
at the Revere House, Ibxlou, first ued by
Jenny Lind, ami since known by her name.
They are very elegant.
Mr. George M. Pullman, President of
the Pullman Palace Car Company, is aliout
to erect a magiliceut residence in Chicago, to
cost nearly .5100,000.
Fisk, Jr., lately refused to give money
for a cemetery fence bccauc it wasn't needed,
as those inside can't get out, ami those out
side do not want to get in.
Miss Kate Field, according to the Btnton
Utaette, says that she received ?500 from the
publishers of the Atlnutic Monthly for her
article on Mr. Feebler!" Hamlet.
By the death of KzekicI Itacoii, of Utica,
Timothy Bishop, of New Haven, is Jelt the
oldest living graduate of Yale College, and
the sole survivor of the class of ITti'J.
Mrs. Caroline Drexel, of Philadelphia,
died recently, and left half a million dollars
to her daughters and nothing to her sons,
saying the latter had oiqMirliiuitiu. for ac
quiring coiiiK;lencie which the former had
nol, and her only desire was to put them ou
an equal footing.
The New Hampshire Itlcyntith relates
that seven sKirtiuen, armed with double
barreled guns, surrounded a squirrel in a
tree, or a tree with a squirrel ''into" it, in
the wood of HullL, uud a the xiuirrcl
jumped, bang went the whole lot, and the
squirrel got away.
Thomas Buchanan Read has contributed
an imitation of I .ml Macaulav's lavs, en
titled " A I.y of Modern Koine." to the
Philadelphia Ettniug BiiUrtiiK Aline Brews
ter, iu her letter from Rome to that aper,
-.irs that il i liciug IranslatisI into Ititinn.
Il celebrates the enliyot the Italians into
An Irish servant girl iu u Springfield
family, who can't rend the Isnguige of her
breviary, miMakenly look to mass at St.
Michael's, on a recent Siinlny, a Nsik of
gsmes. It was some time before her fervent
deotion allowed her to discover that she
w.-w saving her pravers litcrallv "according
iMliiel Leach, of South IScnd, over
whose head some'eighfy wiutin have blown
their fntsiy lirvczt-, on Turwlsy lust led to
the bymeiiial altar Mrs. Catherine HI v lor, n
blushing widow of 10. Mr. Ieach is quite
active lor a man of lour score and eight
years, with every appearance of yet having a
long lcae of life.
"Main in ptut nuinhrr our
ittnplelc phis iry rtlunl at $!no. Kniir inas f
outer iiiallv.'. irarlysi. s,M l.y rvlrnlrs at
lnnnlsmsiiy. .SIulii rrriiiiuni. .Vi0iIi
M I wplslfir prirs rlnl. .sfiiiisn iiv
tree. Ad'lri-N" J. .S. WiMIIl, Xrwlmrgh. N. V.
FTVE GENTS ADDITIONAL
will liny l- willi ilrrr r ri;prr llw, which
will save Ills titiTer iIip jricof a nw pairofshoe.
('tnimrsl with r3jrKsl tens) ami dirty stitckimai,
they sri- Isauliful, Iumt (lie lejt. I"arinls, try it.
" SI.000 PER WEEK
Can Is- matr nn the 'jtilfl. lv parlies who an- up to
miiiiT, without !nterf-riii! "with otltvr luines.rf
AiMn-ss. is.nfilsiiti.illv. JAKES ROOD at CO.,
63C Broadway, New York. ih-igwisi
4 VOH UCACKS. A VICTIM UK KAItl.Y
V inuisi-ri-tinn, cau.lni; iittisk drlulily, prriua-
lureilecsT. Ar. , harlnslrir'I in Tsln'pTrnr ailrer
tif.sl remedy, has tlLsciirrnsI a simple UHans frtF.
curs, which he will nen-1 free to his felbiwsunVrrrs
J. II. Tuttlr, TS NavinI., New York City.
y lst floras, Cattle r Stuck
f anr kin'I. miv
Aot tbe saute ly t irwanlinr a minute !srrint i-.il !l
t-t, with aililnx of owner, looiwst Karmioirton,
Atrhisrm Oxinlr. Kiimv.
f y atwlIS
ISALE-I20 ACHES I'KAIRIE
InipruTcI. A few mi If from Kairiuonnt .sta
tion. Lsaren worth CountT. T I.OuOrssh down.
J. A. BLACKMAN.
"KairuHMiat, Kaasais. aualdAv
. , -...a" .
flvMMC & ifM.
fShows ut untold riches nl lauties in Ihe Cn-al
Hihlt, With its Bhsimln: flowers, 5lnrin Mnl,
WsTineninu. J!olIln2 ctmi.la, Beautiful bow, ha
ired mountains, Iarliichtful rivers. Mighty n-rans,
Tbunderim: Tuieea, Blazinc havens and Tsxt uni
verse with eountless heines In inillhrn of worMs,
ami reads to u ia o)ra.tbe rawritlen Word. Boae
tinted paper. anattqJonjnjfinKa 2nd euiHirb'biad
ins. lnlrniatnBjana'WOien wanted tointro
duee Ine warkia mil litasMl and village- that
tend rr.'nwnm for circular, drsrrip-
cndarsewrBte aat Imiu lo axeuts. it.ll
I.EB A StcCCRDy
SO! N. Sizth.tt.
TANTED AtJEKTS, (3anrrdav)tiaeD tin
jceJeorated HOME SHUTTLM SEWING
I MACHINE. Has tbe under-feed, makes
the "lock rtlU-h" (alike on both ide,)
if aad la (uIIt licensed. The beat sad akeap.
eat family jsewiap; Mvohinv; In llie. market.
.-miimi ,r,i..-y..v .....v . .., Mm
.. ritlsbnreh, ra., tlucaco, in., wm.
Louis, Mo. aepltwia
AGENTS WANTED FOB THE
Or, Thk Xsrw rjtomvs' Pooe,"
Br "MARK TWAIN." An setare rolnrneoTCa)
ttn. sad 251 beautiful emrraTlac. Our accnt
are Vrln froai .! UiiliO ner touatb aetHajr
tMbok. Ai, mr "BIBLE IIIS.TORY," y3..
E. tMiln. ."seod for eirrtilap.. and see our term
and estra piialun." to 3e-nl.
Address r. A. HCTClllNSoS A CO., North
Jiatli lrfft, M. Lania, U. W-3W12
TICKN0R k. CO.. Celebrated Clothiers
af Bt. LOB1S. I'V.-f'iio'm'eTne-itiiiviiH-iioii.rt:,
ORDERING CLOTHINO BY LETTER,
To which the ,-altY.. f.rs-iai. ArrrsTi...
Ther if rU-rt'-.I will arud toj thirimproTeiland
arcurate ItCLfs for .SKLr-MsArauiKNT, an.l a
fuU line oru!iU rrom their Immkvsi: .to k of
Cloth. C.i-.it.i-r.-., C...iin-. ,r it., ihuen.
aUirarparV'-l in sny ."" ,n'" ouulry I" onler
meircjollimxninsa i.ooi iu-iii. iiwiu'miMij
f recirtnt itarmelil. 'h- very LatiVt Sri i.K
and most Pssrw-r Ut .itunaiile.
Hwsls, lllustralfiCirciiUrand Price List sent I cri:
on application. niiUUS w.,
Manufacturers ami Iealere in Mens" and Hoy-'
CIothiPK and lurmahin? Oood. either Krady
Ma.le or Made to Order. Cil ami CM N.
Kourth t., St Ixiiis. M.
I. S. Purchases icratuitou-ly maile of All.
Kimis forauy of our frirnds lluit may desire a r-
tuks lN.u-ht "for them iu the city. uct2lwI27
T0 VOTERS AKD TAX-PAYZKS.
TaELIEVINC THAT THE TRESSl
I J Taxation ha-at laat dnvsn thetanitde tnrxam-
ine Ihe principled upon which Ihey are taxed, and
that the fui ther this examination is curried, the,
deeper will tttow the popular conviction that a form
of taxation which ha enlaile.1 widesprea.1 diMn-s ,
In nejrlv evrrv branch of itnliittry nm-t he nidi-
i-ally wn.n, the American Free Trade League feel
that thev can do Ihe public 110 creater -ervice than
to fiinilali it with documents, tarts, and figures
roucerninx the ojralion of Ihe tariB. They have, (
thereKire, prepare.1 f rirratuitous distribution the
lollowlns tracta, which wilt to actit on receipt of '
tx cents for postage:
Opinioiaof DL-tint(uislied Men upon Kree Trade; I
On the 1 oiiei lion or i.evenue, l.y rt-arj .xikiii
son ; Th" Fallacies of Protection, by Francis Ucls ;
The Leaxvie'a Addresi to the American PeopU;
IbiW to Fonu Free Trade Leagues; The Free Trade
.speech of E. M. Chaiuls-rliu, (Candidate of the
labor Partv or Massachusetts roi iiovenior 01 the
State); The "ParvsV letters The TariB as it i, .
and aa It ahould t; How the. Hltll TariB oppresses J
thelnior; Frrnlom or I rIe e-ieit iy tlie txn-i
enee of Enztami and rranre; American Industry
... b- a 1 l i.ril'..ll...ll .
anil ine lann an.v oriuKinenioi iveiix -i.iH.fi lor ,
IHi'.il. V.m Ueiti.h Kive Tratle? Protection to Nat IV,-
" . w zi. . . .. '. . .. . .
Ilea; rue American urryiiis 1 raue, rnn- jraoe
ana imr ranocr-i o ine .hiiiimoiiii-i. ... ...
United States; Facts for rne Trailers; A Home
Market (J rain cheap and GixaUdear.
IM.tf.ivni of the American Free Trade l-.is;:ie;
Adilrew to the American People; The Free Trade
league to it Sultscrihem and the Pu lie; I'rot.r
tioii; I'rote.tionaud Mnuopoly; Pn.lect Me.
All of which can 1st olitained, on receipt of six
cents fir 1 (tace, by application to
MAIILON SANDS, Eso.,
Secretary of the I-apue,
No. 9 Nassau street. New York.
Persons wiHin-t to act asdLstnl.titors will heMip-
plicil on application Bratuitoil.ly; but as the 0,11-
tributionaof its frienda an the l-cajfue's oiiIy-ui-
wirt, all are requested lo pirc the cause what they
er-ons willini: to act as distributors will heaiip-
- - -- " '
OH-P-PH Of IhC NHth !
MilN, f..r Corn Meal, W heat FIoumiK and
Moek Feed, Boltim; Apiaratus, Siiiiittt-rs, ( orn 1
Miellers. Flour Packers and Mill Work Oeiierally. .
The-e Mills were hrst maile
lo supply the wants of the
Planters and Mink Orowersol
1. . !.. U. .M. .H... .' .. -
.... -..if I. I.t.w iiiaip . it.ii 11 i.
. . .... . .
apread to everyrpiarter of the
" . " " - .
Itlol-e, and Ihey are now .sold
auu u-vsi in f-.uii.N-, .-1.1, .vi-
rics and South America. To
supply Ihe Increasing demand
we have enlargtsi our Manu-
fattorvand added valuable im-
pnivenients to Ihe Mill-.
Ai liereloSire. our Mills will lie hunt 01 noire
lturr Blocks, M-I'.te.l at the Unarriea in France.
nd for IV-criptitc Pamphlet containing Treaties
on Millimr. seut bv mail free. Addre-e,
ISAAC. STRAIIR CO..
Cor. Front and Johu sta., Cincinnati, O,
Uondsordervd will I.' e.-iit by eapress, to is. pain Colds S.reThnut, linsichiti, Innueuaa, CjUrrh, I '" reiiucrv,! anoniinitir oi ineioiiowinirnaiiire. i
for on delivery, pnividiiig thai if they li M'T riT, toArsene, A.thma ami Consumption i- alm.wt in- E w A judgment in favor of id plamtiir acJinl
lhy mu I--' returned"! TuKIR ErKK. iiretlible. S.pn.mpt i the relief ami rerlain it- cf- -J'1 defeinljiit, John II. Hay, dr much or th.
A-is well known throush Ihe South and West J frets in all the above rax--;, or anr atfin-tioii of the j sum of live thou-amt. nine humlreii and emlity ilol
lhr hae for I'oihtbks years Esi'hi.M.i in all throat an 1 luiu-, that tlnsi-ands ul" phv.-icians are krs with inten-l ihennm at the rate "I 'thirty per
deurtmei.ts t.f Iticir bu-ineiw, which isapuvrantin ,ur pr-ribin-; it, ami oneand -ill -av tlxat it is f cent. -erannum from the ili day of May, A. I.
s to tbe channel of the li.-.la ther would 'end tbo '10...I heatim; ami expectoratlEff" medicine flvW. a- shall not exceed the sum of eteht thou-and
out. known. One d.- alw- attonls n-lirf. and in f six hundred and rkven 3MUU dullarn Cis,;il -1
Kl-Ltj roR BKLr-MKASlKKMlLtT. bsuiples of m.M c:!-. oun lsttie WUxiv a cure, told bv drug- wit'i interest then-ii at Ihe rate of ten erint Ir
DR. TIIO.MP.sON, PHYSICIAN AND .-.UR-;i:i)N
OrTu-eNo. 9, Fiaite'a Ruildin. Fifth
-Ireel, r-.r. of Chenifcee. Residence -d dia.r we-l
-C Fir-t M. K. Church. j? !'
fcTATE OF KANSAS.
l-vvenworlh County, )
In the ii-lriil "ou:t t l'i First Judicial Di-tri. I
of thoMaleof Kali.", -itlinz in -sid Cmiily of
FirM National R.nk ot .stunns, PLiintirt.
AW II. Peek, Mareii- II. Peik, rah M.
Pet k, Trvoii J. Woodw:inl, Ferdinand
tiare-clml Conrad Fink, Bernard li-.M-rhmiilt.
Ati'tistua Na-s.-. A. Vinton.
II. C. Vinton, P. Vinton, Dan. W.
, IomiI.I. Luke K. Hetneiiway, Houston
I MiFarUnd. William M. Huyt, . M.
Co-e, W. T. Mierer, C Wntrou and
Almcnm Jatolx, 1'cf. li.t:'tit.
Vl', THE AHOVE NAMED TRYON I.
1 WOODWARD. Fenlimnd ltare-he. Ciimd
Fink, Ib-ruvid iiolilschiiildt, Auitu-tus a.-e, A
S' vrj; i,'vVatTw,Mi
M. Hoyt, S. M.tsse, w. 1. BiieriT. 1. vvainuis,
and Armen.ii .la. -.!-, and each of you, are hereby
notified that you, dazelher with Ihe .her defend-
ant- alsive nsnieit, have ln-n aiu-I bv the alive
iiamed plaintiit the Fir-I National Ma'nk of Mur-
p. in the ai.ive nieniioud ourt, aim inaiaai.i
plaintitf Iia In -aid court tileil its (.etllioii 111 Ihe
above eulitled ai tion against von and the other 'I
f'lidants aloive uiiue.1. and Ihat vou mu-t mir
raid petition on or la-t.re the ISlh davnf DecemUr,
.. JF. nu, or -H1.I n-iiiiuo win .-- i..m , 1
and Judgment rrnilvml actonliugly, of the follow- (
in nature lo-wit: A judimient against lbenM
A 11 II. Perk and Marcn II. l'i-rk, lorlheatnoiiui
which dull Is !'- the Court touud to In- due from i
Ihem to the sabl plvintlfl on thteie three rtrtjiu
notes, dated of Ihe-Jfllh day of Augii-I, A. D. I-. .
aud on that rerlsiu mortgatre denl, date.1 of a.iid
.Mlth day of Au-u-t, A. D. lrais, iu ami bv one ol ,
which notes theald Al-cl II. Pnk and .lrcu II. J
l'e,k pronii-e.1 to wy -ix months af.er thedilej
therrot, nt the First" Nalioml Rank iu laaven
wurth, t Ihe older oflheiuM-lve-, jointly ami .v-
rrally, -ix hunln-I ami liny .loiiir- i:-''l.
yalue received, with n-e. and ill and by .mother of
which -ail tKitt the said Alal II. Peccant. .Mar-
en- II. I .Til pn.mlst-l 10 liav, twelve llioillll- biih
tl. .late ihen-.r. at Ihe First National itlllk ef
Im.i.IIi Kan. a. to the onler of thi'lu-elve. 1
jointly and severally, -even hundreil dollars (7li"l, I
lor v,ilu receiied, with use, ami in and by ihr
other of whkh said notes, the 'aid AW 11 l'""n,r.r,v.. c 1 "- I !. I I 1.'
ami Ma reus H. Peck, pniiiiiwsl to pay, eighteen IS I J Y J5 JT5 I J J v-li. ' I I I'a
moalln af(er the date tliensT, at the Frst National
llank, I-avenworlh, Kansas, to the onler of thri.i-.
Sclvea, jointlraud eeverally, six hundreil and fifty no:
dollars (t'iil)", for value received, with use: ea. h of
which sai.l not.- win- men emioraeu in iimiik u i
the tiack thereof by the said AW II. Pecfcand Mar-
,.n II. Peek, and bv them drllvensl to the aliv
oasiea Alaacron J icolei. ami were, by Ihe said Al
luenm Jaeidr, sdd, as-igneil, transferred ami di
livereil lo said plaintiff; and in and by which said
mortgage deed Ihe aall Ala-1 tt.t'eck ami .-aran
M. Peek on -aid -.tilth dav of Auxuvt, A. D. lso-,
mortgaseil, and by mortgage deed, conveyed to
aaid AlmemnJaeole., the t.llowlng de-erilsi tract'
of land, situate, lying and ls-ing in th County of
Leavenwortn, in tlie state or Kan-as. namely:,
Iits num1red eight (St and ten (IU), in Mock num- I
lereil arrenty-seven ITT), in Ike original plat of the
City of lava vnworth, sir the purpose and In onler
to secure Ibe payment of the several notes af.m-aid
with Intrn-t thereon, reap-ctircly and until due, at
tk-sraleofaeveu nercrnt trannuui. and with inter
act tbrreon from when due respntivcly at the rate of
ing from snch aale thereof, he applied to Ihe liay
meiti ui tuLH jieiaioenv aiei ine rie-i- v. i-ae. aciioo.
and the anaoant due aaid pfaintiffon aaid noten and
mortiragedreil. with interest onmch amountat the
. . . . I ..... . . 1. e 1.1 --:..
rate of ten (In) percent per annum from the time
of tke rendititaa ofauch jndgmant, and that the de-
teadant in aaid action, and each of them, and all
pejvona cJniminjt by, from, or under them, or any
.ar either bf them, be forever Iiarrcsl and tiirecl.e-.l
caf ami fnan all and any right and equity of re-
b-inpli-tii ami other right whatever, of. ou, iu or to
aid tracts of land, and each of them from ami af- j
ter nch -ale thereof, and that the rief-iidants in J
Miid action aa.1 each of them, and all erons rtaim
ing by, fnHii, through, or under them or any or
either of tle-iii, l onlered, rctiiri-l aud atljudgrd
tb deliver pmse-aitaa of said tractr of land and each
ufthem. totbeirraalee or irranteea In every'del
made, in pursuance ofauch tola i-i -on asdeuiand)
therefor shall Is- made.
Dated this scs-ond dar of Novemlar. A. DJlSTu.
CLOCCII A WHEAT.
nov2wtw Attornayi- Ctr Plaintiit.
THE KTATE OF KANSAS, 1 ,,
In the Prolate Court, in and foriaid County.
In the mat ler of the Etale)
Atigntus M. Sawyer, Tcd. j
VTOTICE r hereby glTn Ihat Iyltem of Admin
'f iat ration have been granted to the undersigned
on tbe Estate of Augii'tu St. Sawver, late of said
Countv, deceased, hy the Honorable, the Probate
Cl'oftheCrr.ly and State af-iresald, date! the
llth day of OHoW, X. D. lStrt. Now, all person -
having tlaima aainst the -aid tate, an; hereby
notUe-l.lhat triev uit'i present ine same to Ihe un
dersicwed H alhtwanee within r.ne year from tlw
.late of said biters, far Iber mar be rrerludetl (r.m i
say laHirlitof mw a i-vtrte, aatl that if.uchclai
not exhibited within three years after the date ot
al-l letters, thev ahall b fcret r l-irred.
M-xaJTH-X K. SAWYER. Adm'r. a
OflheEvUUof Auu'ta II. Sawver, K-eM.
LeaviworIh Otr, f.t. Jltb, I;o."
sniejlT ,.,,v :.,.. r ,,.i
OI in lUie, grailieil, largnilieu. Foil!, I lm lmtln .11 tlw nw ilimmriei nenr - -
tranrcrrcaamlrl.ovrrto i.l plainnc, . ......... -. -f. - - - - . - - .- - xTOTICi: s hep. :i;v i:ixhs. thai iu.
umees tlie nelenclant. in -am auion, or i ',:.r. ,. n.;.i;,nli.. ..lmWlln.i 1 siibsenl-r, -.Iinimvtratr i'We"--, ''
of them, shall pay or cause to lie paid to ail r ".."," - ... !..:: .,.: , - l.-iate of J. i!. lckcnug. deceased, wilt -.1. at
within -me short time lo be fixed by tbe Vieera! ' -, " id ', I n.tUl wHh nlrnit r- P-Kc -ale at the door of the C..rt House. u, .
uch anuNint aa ahall Is- found due aaid t ll,r e-ner3l reader, ami J Unfll ""''" !;,, t Ia-,veiiw..rtli, at -1 o'el.ek in lhi-aft.r-.ti
.u, aaldno.es and mortgage. Iei-1; that Ihe ""-" B "" ., d 1 t inT. of i.tunlay, li.e -,.h tlay ofNovcn.Ur. A D. l-..
uesenoetl tracts oi lanu morrprgeu as arore- r -,.;. ir....,!i iTfJ .!...,. li ..i tl.I. i..t It the following cie-nissi i mi r.-iaie jw in it av
is-Mild without redemption thcicfmm, by the I r, V "' ,"" I.. . --i..t i -...-t....wi en worth iViuntv. Kansas b. wit- The -i.utli lull
of aaid luntT....lllthepninl.arit'"T' of thenorthweZt .marter of-tio ,ev., lown-
1 WARNER'S PILE JCKMEUT ilJCf XEVEE
fjileil I not evrn in onvea-l to cure Ihe verr worst
rases of ntlml, Il.'hinc' sr TOeeilins PiK Thoe
who ar. affli-t.-l slumld ininnsliaUlv -all oil, their I
rirmncKt and set Warmer's Pltn Rr.IRfiV. 'It is
evpnly Cir Ihe nies, HM Is not nsromiuended to
curoanr other diseaai. Ithavun-d many cases of
... kf.. .. : . n:. j.&u. &..
.uk..l.:. .i. -
..- iuii.iinu iji,. r
WARKEIT.S liYSPETSIA TOSIC W PRIT-
, i-AKMmiTwirliir Iiv-nrntics and IhiBesurter-
, '" villi hibitu.it CoxtivcueKs. It isasli:hlly sOm
- ui,iiinz.ionu-nni aspienitu apwiijr; 11 stronsin'
llieir healthy t.e. Weak,-nitTons and drsprptic
pr-ns "'" 'w :-WAa;Jt', OvM-irai'Tosu-.
, I or ole by drusrfb.. rncc I tie ts.llar.
COTjQH XlO KORE.
, WAUNKIt'Cilt-.II UALSAM i online, ofi-
iuim;ui.l rxiatturatin,;. I
it ishm-vsts ii imnieallatclt
jtclr n-lievins, and eventn-
ole4inaU cases of Coirhs,
tally runiii; tlw mot
Ki-t, in Uw N.ttle.. Price One rv.lUr. It i
v,ir own tault It you Mill couir ami sliner. llie
1 luUim will ture.
1 The irreat Klooil Purifier and Ielicions Iirink,
I WARNER'S VINUM A"IT.i li WINK UF
, I.IKE. i free from auy mi-onou drugs or impii-
. ritb-, being prepanst lor thine who r-tjitire a Mini-
ulatit. It i- a splendid aplier and bsiic. and the
j finest thinsin the woriu lor puntyiuineihni. ji
I is the mu-t pleasant and delicious Article ever ottered
to the public, far iun-rior to brandy, whi-key,
wine, bitters, or any other article. It is more
healthy, and cheaper. Both malo ami female;
' yoiiURoroId, can lake the Wine of Life, iti-iu
fail, a life in-ervcr. Tho-e who wi-h to enioy
Sood health and a free Mow of lively -piriti., will do
well to lake the Wine of Ufe. It is ditTercnt from
auv:hiu ever liefore in ue. It is Mild by dnn;-ci-'ts;
al at all respectable saloon. I'niv One
liollar, in iU.irt l.ittic-.
WARNER'S EMMEN.UilX.HE Ls tlie only arli-
cle known toiure the lutes, it will cure in every I
-.i-e.l When-Is the family in which this inipor-
(taut meilmiieisnot wanle.17 .lottiers, mi-is ine
tfrraUM Hbsiu ever ottered ;,mi, ami you -honld
iiumi-liatcly pnaiin it. It i-al-.ia -un; cure for
1 female I rrepiLirities, and may l desndisl ui.ii
j,, e,rryca.-.' where Ihe laonlhly tlow has been h-
1 .,,. ,,-"i il.r.,,.1. .,,1.1 or .li-oase. S.I.I bv.lruii-l-.
j.tj,T. (,w Iv.ll ir. Or m-ii! bv m til on nn cipt of One
i,i.,r and a quarter.
AIHHIHO '"d'J STATE ST., C'HICACO.
Dr. Smith's Electric Oil.
IT CURES MCK HEADACHE IN TWENTY
1 liiiliul.-f, Iv-afue-s, s.ilt Itheum, Rhriimatise.
Erv-ipib-, Piles, Cn.ui, Neuralda. Canker-, 1M
otis, Iluru', Cuts, Ar., Twenty dni Ihe
Ivtvcst ibn-. No alcohol, Cap-ieuni, Camphor, or
ivatir iu it.
1 nun the l.nrsest I'niJ llou-ein R"-l"' - . j ,.rai.tee or cranio.-, in cverv d-l nude in p.ir-11-Wehaves..I.laIarKe
iuaiitily of IU.. tJII I II f N1(.,, j -., -,,t, as" demand therefor -lull
Khntrie Oil." which is.pokeu of with un.U.ili-1 . ...,,1,
' ""'Ireisirts from every lavttl... i
I.hKS A PtlfThl.. 1
. vvV...t...l- lint ..:.!. 17.t VV'n.tiin"f..li t. . ILtt.ll.
..".. -n.i ... ..(W-. -, ..- . -- - - ---
I aI1, Im-iness men, wh Ml a fi:w ilimcs exnMideil for
1 uotKlllils 01 iw.ii.ir--are 111 nine ... 1.1. ....-.-
..., . I
iliennuK-r n-medv at the riht lime, would have 1
-avi-I all pain and trouble. Ililn is but a friendly , ,,,,-,1,,. -,, ,i.,v of Nu'emU-r, ls.V.i, at la--veii-admOOitlOn,
and nature wane, us 111 time. Some , n, sjid'john II. Ihiv ma le his pnnui rv
meliareakepticul and -elti-li, otiiers li..jlui an.l
Kenerous, none have the right toili.-ri-j-anl t!ie-ui-f.-rinschild
ortheiss.ror !-nor.int. The riih i-an
travel IWIO miles and Iav- Sl.issi fis--, cure or no
cure. But What of the Poor t
,11. . .... ..!. 41. !.. !.. ...I.T.' .. ........I. 1
IV. III. I Oil Cilllll, ....-V l...rt. .. .'
overv itood work: Iheatt of the los-I aiuaritau.
and all u-efiil and efficient lalir for man's amcl-
ionilioii. and lledevoti-1 Hiseyerya-aUnghOur
t un-clri-li rlCirta no time for lualiicn.int fautl-
1 fnidiiijcand petty, jealou-y.
and all u-efiil and efficient lalwr for man's amcl-
In that spirit -honld every one vveli-ouie a nil
lnef.ulion, like Im.iivi.fTiv R. SMITH'.-"Elec-
trie Oil." of Philadelphia, a remedial - unlike 1
any other known, astoattrai I the ui-tant notice or
medical men r. I all -utrerers.
Th.. KTVllt llnv (U,ly mad.: are not mlracu-
0ng aud vet -ts-m like enihaiitnieiil. Coii-nlcr-
,,,,. , hsv,. .n o(T.-r.-l for the pn Mniti..n ,
ant aonie dialers . a- hich a- I'm to-'nu L.tlt.- in
J Tl.;. TMAeteie nil 1-iuvt what it nurnorts to
1 .... ...u w.. .vv- .- ....
I . . ..:- .... .... ......I . . n. ( ....
. n SIV'I.I1.III III. 1111-11. ..,-, lll.l, tr.l.tri. ....
- UJC UU .'.. ....... .i.-jn...... ..... - .....--.-.
Woiucn. Doctors and Dniexi-ls, Mini-ter- and Ui-v-
je snot. Dr. Noiil! trt-iie:illy 1 lire- no 11 and
f . prsol .lealhly --ii K Iieauacue, wirnin " minuie-,
Jn the Dnur Mon--. when color -.on ats-irson th"
t. alli.I rln. t, the eve I-iii- to l.rii;li:.:i up, ?ud
, heerfulnes-take- tlie pi im-of abjtn-t iui.-rv.
It i true that Ii- s-miil, adverti-s very lari-Iv
. ,,,, ,.,,.,,,; bv no mnuu alone ati-nuil- for -mil
' ranid and continuous demand. Tl it cur.--,
, which the is-iple hnd out. .-ruoM. A Akvi-tihim
of Cleveland -old !!.: U.llli-sin one day. Uii.k-.V
I'urru:, tlie.niineiit Iiruj;ist- of ltoMon, sold iM)
I in a dav. i:rj. H'l imku, of Akron, O. , .". i!oen.
and other- in proiMirtifiii.
From the !.an:e
. West of M. I-oii;-.
Jn-I I'll, .vurtll I-'.
1 lift. mith neae-Mi.i us j en -linn ami -'
.Ioeu urse Me m your --r.iecine on. ,u' 1
Ill Hie .1 Ulllllls-roi cure-ncie
i-r of Hire-here and sives sul .iti- f
I IA I: I iV AMI.
tint i- why it -ell-.
f 11 linn
It cure, and
Pi.iimi.i.mi:. .Miv SO.
llu. Smith iHxir Sir: We are entirely out ol t
ladlar aire of your Ehstrie Oil." Not .1 single'
laitlle in filestore. Send five cross large and ten
cneis small. We are hat ing large sate-.
Voir- tnilv, J. RALCH A SON.
Doctors are Using it.
1"i:ki.mv, O.I. ".sj. 1-i.s.
I hvieu-l Dr. Smith's Kleitrie Oil, a:id Slid it
I- I lie let lil.-lltine I ever ued for.le;ifiie .
O1..1. I- Willi.. .1::., .M. D.
tr.veryiiy snows iivkivii ki, .ig.nnoi j ,-,...-,
. ... ........ . . ,......
Line ot .-te-tiner- for . ycars.)
Wiiitc Swelling Cured.
' At.nvw, i.teinlr. T.
1 Dr. sviiru. PhihdlpliH Dear sir: Yom Kb---1
trie 1 Ml eiire.1 mv .ei, win. was for two years under1
iiiULsmt, T.K -, M in U "i.
,H .-.villi: Your Kb-trie oil f -vllitig et.
Tl Dollamirr -sdl-be-t here. - nd luc -I ib.en
;. .1. KI1V.
viui.its,vi.r.: j"iv'tjcir; is-'t"
a-. 1. i.i.vi .i; I-
railllsv. Oils, WintlOW (rlahS, TaWIlt
ajrj;-:-- MiTmfatnrr nnil
1 j,.-.,.. -.. ...-.., ........-...-...--
-iir.j; vi.i.rT i':
( w w itl'V U'OKTIE
""' s"a.w ".! .
EVERYONE HIS OWN DOCTOR,
A private instructor for marrru-d je;rvns or those
not He alssit Ihe. Imhisr. It will la- sent lo any ad
. . , . ...
IkV- Voih-cJ. rtiee
,".LJ?,,, n" XX" i""
its. Addre-s Dr. UM.
-Itr.t fit...... Vonrth. Phil.
r adelphla.' ' Qe'-.lwI.'T
OYES 10,000 sols last
year; -feantad tila stsssa
BMrelasa FIVE TIlESaa
kraTf. Tke STfat aaeri
rMy -f tas Tsaalar la set
taatera; Its Klobe U
satoktd Jeas la a math
tksa others arc la sa rvta
law; Ituvtstsoaga la Oil
sad Cloktsi to asj fsc Itself ia a slaitle wiattr ; it
raaaot he auvU to hest or take re as all other
. .. .a v-i.ni-
i aeroawae Mawaawwa-v, -.--.
Mt1w fc u,eaiUal-,adSlTesthrttlv.
1 . . d o(i,B
llffkt at MCUlk tao cosU W laa saa aioii.ai
IstsrotolUbaralar. For sslo hr all dealtr.
aais be CH1CAC0 MAXrf CtX, Cklrsgo, IU.
. . vtvitir v sr
-H!2."i A MONIHI RY
r.rSt. ImiTi, Af... is-tlSg-l:
aaaaaaaaaaaaafTKt. Ck It
li s.Ss II
I JWax. WSaX II
."TATE OK KANSAS?,
Leavenworth County. j"
Iu Ihe PMrii t Court, of the- first .luilicial I'i-tclcl of
UirMjteof Kansa's sitlintfiii theiounty of Leav
enworth, in 'aid iMate.
Kiliuund A. W. Hunter, I'LiiiitiU', '
H. I-.iv, Ceonie W. Ward.
John A.I lal Jcrniaii. Charlotte A. N
, MeAtiUy, Iianiel irhire. Henry
f Shire. Jaiielittersoii, MiMrrstlsjt-
! tersoii. ii-ivit . iiurnett. .Midnfi
(O'Mara. WillUm It. ISflUtoii. ftini
latK, ami .liexaroier . .
THE AWiVE NA.MKK JuIlN "II. PJV,
rve v . uani. jjntj t".ittersn. .vuiarel
Patterson and l"aviil S. Ttitrnett, are hervbv notified
that von, tKrthernitli the other ilt-fviiil.int-. :;!... v.?
(nameil. IiaTC tst-u .iwl by theaNirenani"! plaiu-
tin. Mniiind A. w. Hunter, m thealove men
tioiieii Court ami tlMls.iMplaintitth.is In vii'H .iirt.
lihil hi- jmeiideil iH-tition jKaint you, ami tb
oilier lt-lViidanlaI.vc uaiit7ii the jlve runt!,' t
avlioii, and that you must aner s-M s-titioii ,
ForVfore t!-- ItTtli liy of Inn-ember. A. !. t.sTO.r
i sail petition ill U-uieaastrue. and judgment wi
'annum froni tlieitli ilavor ivtis?r . n I-.,!
that i--uth iiidirment will pe rendereil I'.T.ai.l sum
tof.-inlit th.oti-.iud, six hundreil aud eleven 2U U)
iollars, (?s.6H -JO) with interest thens.n at the rat
last afore-a id, from -.lid iihdjr oflKtolvr, A. 1.
Isrtt, and for mts of suit, and thai mile". Il-e
defendants in -aid aitiou itr -me e:e
or more of them -hall pay or caive ( t-
I paid to -.lid pl.iinlitrwitlilii -oine .-hort time tule
I xKli , ;ci, v,,m of nioner as the Court -lull lind pi
t,;, action to tw due to said plaintiff trom -nid.b.lr
nxtsl tv tnetttirt. tucaiuiuiii 01 -ucu jimKTiiriu
H. Ihivon and lsn-au-e of.the matters lirrcinaner
j mrntio-ied, with intere-t thens.n at Ihe rate of ten
I .rrrl,t er annum from the time of the rendition
I ( judgment in -aid at lion. the folluwi.
de-rribtnl tracts of Luid situate lyims ami Ismii in
,le cUUutr of lamvenviortli, and Stateof Kjii-as,
namelr: ld- fourtivn (14), fifteen (.. .ishtis'ii
(is), nimteeii (1U), thirty-eicht (. tliinr-niiw
(XI). fortv(IU). forty-one (It), and forty twl4'.
in til.uk "one huudml ami one (toil; lot- -ev, ti
(7), eifht (s), -ixtei'ii (lfi), -evcnteeii (I7i. ar t
twentv even(-T), in Moek one hundred and !
(to?);' lots four(4, five (ol, anil six (C. iiibl.k
0110 hundnsl awl three (I!); lot -even (7). 111
block one hundred and -.veil (107), alt in Im.v A
MeAuLiv'a addition to the rity of Leavenworth.
l.iSu k.l'il t
ami eisnt (M. i'i iiiwk
.vrn,v i;oi. of theoridiial i.Ialof the ltv of l.rav
wortIi: lots thirtv i:iii), thirtv-0110 iSt i, and
t,rtv-twn (., in bl.i,-k silv -vcn iw. or tl
rj3i,',., pl.it of the tilv of lA-a'vcnuorth. ! -.!..
wj)'"h,t nb'iuptbui llienfroui bv tliehrill'iif-a.d
,(,- for thesati-factioiiofsuch'jiulpiiiciitand-iKli
anln, a, the Court hall tiud due from -aid
John II. Iar. to said t.Iaintilt, on or lnn-aiw of
the nle. uiortca dtnnl and deenn-, lierriiufler
meutioiu-1 and thecoMsof said action, aud that llo-
j pro.nssls arising from -uch -ale thcn.f Is- appli.il b
llie ixiyment of the co-tsof .aid arti-.n ami the
amount to Is- found due -.lid plaintitVon -aid note.
. luortase dinsl ami dctree with interest oil -111 h
amount from the time of the rendition of judgment
' at the rate of ten per cent per annum, and th it Hi.
-everal defendants in -aid aitiou and every one oi
them, imludim; voiir-etves and ever I 1s.111l.u1u
. ine bv, from, Ihn.imh or under auv-ol -aid ilefenil
. ' ants be forever birred and form-I.e.-1 ofand fn.1.1 all
1 and any ncht and riiiily ol redemption and otlu r
I rinht wlutcvrof. 011. in or to -aid Inn Is of land
and every of Ihem fnon ami alter -uch ? lie thereof
anil that you and all of -aid ihtViidjuls ami all
or-ou- ilaiiuin fiom or under vnu or llo m or an v
j of vouor them, Ivonlensl. re.uiril and a.ljii ltil
I ...V..i:. .u-uw. .1..., ..C ..1.1 Ir-trl. ..C l.oil I .tl.
Wj,,i, ,.t meutim-l amount of iii.mev i-tv
.:. 1 ..,.:. ..tie 1 .;.... ,..)-. .I.... i.i... tn.. ii 1 1..I.-
.. .' l - , ...:...; I .: . . .....
iiv. an.l n. , -ji.i piainii.i, ,1.1110- i. o.-
i,.n. ihe jt.ived.-trilnsl traitsof laml liienCir.
and a riht to have the vime -old CirtheaatifAi.l!oii
tliens.f on. under and Iaiie of the limit -r-an :
linitlil xll lam'txa " -
.... i,.p1(i.i,.i i.,,it
,.,,.: wri,ini. oflhat. late, and then ib-live
note 111 wntinvr of tliat ilale. ami then u'tivere.i ine
same to said plaintiit and Ihen-by tor value n
leivnl proiiii--l to pay at the Uinkin linn-- .t
.s.t, Kerr A C... , -ix month- alter the dale ther.
of. to theonbr of said plaiutiir. five llioiisui.l
nine hiiudriM ami eignty dollars t-.",:i-iii, ilh in
ten--t thertsiti al Ihe rateof Ihirly ) r tent pi-r an
nd on tlieMh .lav-of Novenils r, IS.V1, ihe -aid
jjj,,, j Mv forthi-piirisea:id itionl.ir lo -.fin.-
,,,,, ,aTmeiitoriheafort--iid premi-orv noteaii.l t'o
-urn of motiev and interrst then irr-n iti.-t, made
num alier ine mainniy inercoi 1111111 jrn 1.
-. ..i.l .....1 .li.tt..n-l to -.ki.l i.tjiiitilt hi- t t-rt.iltl
llllt, .,..,. ,i,,..l fth.il dateaud tin r. bv- couvev.i!
plainiitr, his heirsand asins, the al !
.,!! ' t tr. ,, r i,.i it, other laud-.
,,,1 t. o-,th dar of Oi tots r, Im.I. at lb
IV "tols-r Term, A. I, lsol, of the In-trii 1 1 oiirt J
Jliin' wlio,,a,;i., n lendil."' ib.Vei.,Ki,'.'a.-'1.,.i'v''
wiereins,i.l Eiiiuiiiul A. W Iluuler a pl.imnl!
, ,i.i j,,htl l. Dav and others . re ilef.-ndaiil
:. K.i f,!.-I .! i.nnutisl bv.s.ii.1 idiiulitrfor lb.
r.,reel.e.iirv of -nid mortmse'i bsil, anion- ..lb.
thin--the -.lid I oiirt did then find thitth-n-w
.-...1 ..1..7.....1 .-. . ,;.i i..p. it ., .
111. II. I...'.'. .' . 1'. ...... ..... .. -. ........ ... .-.
tii.1 note lh- -11111 of isht thousand, -ix liumiii-i
atel eleven 2U-iiBi dollars (-s,iiu -.ni) and Ih 11 so I
p'aiutii.' then had a lien by mrt,5is forlhet.iv
mint of the -.line 011 thcM-vcrat lra I--of I mil herei 1
And -aid court in -aid a. tiou then anions tli
thine ordered, adjiidEed and decreed lh.it all .111 1
singular the everal trail- of land above ib- ri -I
t.. 1-ai-e llieaiiioiint -0 found due from -aid John II
li.iv- to -aid plaint ill, be -old Jt public am liii 1.
and under Ihedircilioii of the L'nited Mab- Mar
sh.il, an.l tint s.ii 1 Mar-hal -honld uv 1 -.1 1
plainiitr, or Ins-olititor. out of the pr. reds .r n. ii
s-.ile tlieio-t- in tbnt -irit to Is ta-d. rndal-.i'-amount
.. found due as aloreniid, l.etlo-r x 1 1.
I-.iI int. n-t Ihennm from ihe date of -aid '- i-
whirh slid dei ree still remains in full foncTil "
1.. I ..... .r. ul. I.t. l.v r.irfli. r li.ititie.ttfi.il tlie
,,.r.l mi. i of land alve di-srrils-l Iiaie l-ei,
allache! in this the alive eiilitfe.!
-I attioo ai th-
,,rIs.rI, f -.,;,! ..,,n II- I lay, un Icrand bv virli
ofaivrtain onler of atlai hinent hen loRm-i-.iie. 10
,,i. VJi, 3ttion ami dircib-I t Ihe.sheritl of -.11.1
roUtltv to execute, who made -ill h atta Illllellt bv
,,: - , ,l.,f.
Iiali-1 lhi--iid liar .f Nv einl.tr, t7u.
' CF.Otr.ll .V Will 'l
liov'i-ln Alioriiv forl'Iiinl It
I ti Miration Xolice.
I,lVM..HI.KIII I III IV, I
In the Di-tti't Court of tie- Hrst Jo.loi.i!
of the Mat.-of ICans-is, -itting in tin
lativenworth, in -.lid Mate.
Charles H. Pond. I'lamtill. 1
1 "- !
ri.t.. It V'i..rntr s-ti.tiltl
, viergul. The ll.icinl I'oiv
. :: .- -'--.-
d. r t'oiiit-inv, I.10ICII M-it
and l.yni.-in S-. It, I c fend-'
A 'ill , THE I!7.RD POWDER OMP -
I al.ve uaiioil are hercbv notilie.1 that you, t
z.t!iTi!h theothi:r .lelftiil.iiithalMiven.iut-!, bv
lsynMi.-l by the aU.ie 11 init-l ptaintilf, I harl. H
Pienl, in lh"oahovf mentioned Court, and th t I
plaiutiir In- in -aid I ourt hb-I his -t iti-.n In
above eiititb-l ai lion again-t vou and th'olher.b
ffiidintsaUti.; lumeil. ami ifiat vou miisi ao we
s:iid I'lllioii oiior I fore tlie ir.l'li il-vy ..T IK
l-r A D. l-7o, or ,-aid i-tiiii.n ill "l taic. 1
lni. and jiidgnitnt rcn lere.1 aworliui:Iy. tr t'
follouiug niture. t.wit 'I iiat unless ihodtb-i. I
ants iu -.lid atiu .r s.i f them, -hall p.
cause t 1 pud to -.nd plaitititf. within some
lime, lo 1.' fixed by the I imrt. Ihe amount wbi
hall U found due to said ptaiiihlt trom .-aid OP Il
Viergul , 011 that eerlain proitiis-ory note .1 i I 1
tbeuth d.ty of -s-ptrmler. Is.:;, l.y ivh.eh 1
tuto II, Viergulx proiuistnl l piy in i
vearsafur the date tliens.f, to "the or.
of AH-ert i'..oi-r and Charles II p.M
cottipri.m-g ibe firm ..f I ...;er A I'o f
It 11 Uio.is.nid dolLirs tviUi int. rot .tlicrcuii
tberstr f se,.n i.riit r .inuuiifrnii th .
Ib-ri-.f until i-ii.i, and io and bv nhirb 11 r.
Into II icrgut waiitd the U'lu fit f 1 t v iv a
the 1-unUInri-of Hie Mate of K.iiia-. wliiib pr
viib- f..r, or allows rtiboiptiottof rial estat I 'io
anr -.lie I hen f, win. h oote was by-tiel t'tmr and
Pond imlor-cd. ai'A ililivinsl 1.,-at.l tdaititirt f.a
the -.line l.--ame,ue, th. n the following de.
tro. t ..riaud situate, lying ami Uing in the.
1 oflxavenivorth ami Mate of Kau-a-. naimly
toIloMrior il. riT i
1 1 1 - . I twelltv-two t ,
1.1.M IC IIUUlI- I I
tweiily-twoi ej), m theCityofIaavciinurtliir pi r
wluili aiiiltti II. Merguli: ami s-ipiu.i o-rg
his wife, oil the t::tfi dvy of August, A D , !.--tiiitcVag-!
and by moitgigr drt-tl conveycil lo jid
All-Fit C'ran.l Charles II. p..nd to -c. un i'i
payment of -aid note, b-wM wiihou' r bm i
llierefom by the.lierilf.a"H-iiilioonty, and tint the
pnanssl-arising from -uch -ah thereof. I.-applr d
totheioyiitcut of :hf.crtsof -aid actionaud t?i.
amount "din- said plalnti!!" on said note, n Ii
intere-t oil such .11. lollllt- at tfie nil.- of .rvei! p r
ctnt iraiinuni fn.nl Ihe time of th-rendition ol
-uch jiidgmeul, and that tli'difundjnt- in said a
tion athleaeh of thent and alt pir-oii taiioiii, uu
b-r, by, or through said iLK-mlanls, or anv ..r
tie-lit. I- fort-vi r barnsl and I'm. Ie.eil of ami f v u
all and any right and oi'iity of nsleii.iiiuii ' '
. i other right whatever, cf, on. In or to -aid fa't
KANSAS, i land fn.ui and after sueh sale thereof, and that ;
ami they, aud each of them, and all person tlni -ing
Iro'ui or umbr vou arid them, v ..
or then, or any or other of llo' i
be unbred, required and wljudg"! to tl. -deliver
pi.-s ion of -aid tract of land to the gra:il-tt
or grantees in every dm-il maile. in purstiaiicn of if h
t-ttvi.n as demand then'S.r shall I- ma.1
Dat.sl this'-'nd dav ofNov-eiula-r. A. !-. Is7
Attorneyn f..r Ja.ni!I
ship tin, range twenty-tine, i the"
4.fstt. II, town, in, range, i. j
Tkuvis Ca-h In hand.
W. P. RY1.ER. Adtnliiistraltf
lUltmSi , of the Estate of J. R. Pickering, dt '
la'aveiiwurlh CiHiiity. )
In Justice. 0urt. U-fore t:ltlar.I R. Kee . ,t In
ticeof lite peatet.f Lavenorth'loivti,bip, l.ea -tnworth
(otiu'v, ami Mate of K itist,-.
Jieeph liirn.p i';-iiiitirr,"J
If. Leii.ike, DCndjut. j
ri'HE AISOVI. NAMED 11 I.EIMK.I. V.il.i
1 lakeie.tiee tliat hewa--iit-;l in tin-alsive i.am I
Court on Monday, the ITth ilay ofCHtoUr, . D
l.sT'i, and an order of atta. hiiient i-ueil f..r the
of onej hundred and twenty-two -Jil-Hi .lollar-. ovo
the -aid Riciianl R. Rett, J. P., and tha th
eau-e will ls-heanl on the 'gtil day of Noveiut r
A. D. 1-Tli, at I(io"cIi-k iu tht-Crcuoou.
trfnglwlgd l:yi;. II. English, hi- Alt' v.
i E-Ml l-!il
t in s..
I.ii'I'3'c ltH Fnimtlry.
I hurcit, Arwlelu., 1 at-toiy. ."arid, t ue laiiir.
Rtll-j made t.rtfiar Rci.l. .Mrrvi., rp-r and
'Jin. j karraiittd !iiiualily, ti.B(-, nitrabilitr, Ac.
and motiutrt lib our Patent Ivptovrit Rnrviisii
HanIti-.-Il!utralttt l'atal.iiisent free.
V .Nlil.EN .v. Iht r.
If.J and Ml Pa't Srconvt street.
i 'Jofth w