THURSDAY, NOVEMBEBJ7, 1870.
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Lawkexce polled 1,700 votes on Tues
day, and Kansas City 1,331.
Potatoes were sold bj; the, wagon load
yesterday at40 cenUa bwtel.,
The average of voters to population in the
West is one to sevcnr. The following figures
Kirc the population of -"Kansas City. Num
ber of voters 1,331. Seven limes .1,331 is
:,317 the exact number of inhabitant in
RYAN& Wjiittakeu's slangbter house
is doing a very heavy business, and Texas
cattle are' ucd up with astonisliing rapid
We learn that W. C. Itutts, Democrat, is
elected from the Twentieth District, over E.
D. llillycr, by two majority. On the State
ticket, the county has goncabont 400; county
ticket about 200. In the Twentieth District,
J. L. Speer, Republican, is elected, and in
the Nineteenth District, J. T. Willetts, Re
publican. Dr. G. W. Hogelioom, Republr
can, is elected Senator.
Cait. A. R. Banks, of Lawrence, is a
candidate for Chief Clerk of the House of
Representatives, and there ii no doubt about
hi election bv a large majority. He has-
served as Secretary of the Senate for two or
three term's, to the entire satisfaction of that
body. He is. well known throughout the
State as thoroughly pelted in legislation,
and as an agreeable man to do business with
With all there qualification to recommend
him his election is certain.
We may as well Mate here that George C.
Crowther, of the Irving Recorder, tis also a
candidate for Secretary of the Senate, and
brings to MipMjrt of his claims, all the neces
sary ipialificatioii. be havingserved success
ful! v before. I le will undoubted! vbe elected
An Old Hand.
We w ere yesterday shown by Mr. W. W.
Creighton, City Clerk, a .Leavenworth City
ten-year Imiid, which has been a long way
fro'm home. Tlic Isind was i-siicd on tbc7th
of Septemlier, 1SC0, to It. McDonogh, and is
for $144, at 10 jicr cent, interest. On the
liack is the following endorsement:
"New Oki.kans. June ", 18J(.
"Succession of Henry ISoyle. Slid this day,
at 10 o'clock a. in., at No. 42, Royal btreet,
by "virtue of an order from the Hon.the
Second District Court of New Orleans, the
within lioiid, No 182, withcoiiMns attached,
liclongiug to the Miccession of Jlenry Itoyle,
N-uiil by the City of Leavenworth, Kansas,
for $110 adjudicated, to 1'laeide I. Siiccr for
the Mini of $11.
G. D. Fakirs, Auctioneer.
Four das afterward the bond was trans
fcrreil to Mr. Edward Meyer, and on the 3th
of August Miccveiliug, by Eward Meyer to
F. C. Kiviet for $:V5.U0. The Ixjnd came.
Imnie and was redeemed on the 1 1th of Sep
tember last, ll is in a good state of prescr
v.ition, notwithstanding its travels. J. L.
MclKiwell was Mayor, and George Einstein
t'itv Clerk when it was issued.
A lately With Xrr.
We copy the following fnim the Iiwrence
On Tuesday niulit the lion-c of Mr. J.
M. Ruth, on New York street, was entered
iiy some fellow lienton mi-chief, but who was
avmpcllcd to lieat a hasty retreat. Mr.
Ruth, the book-kccjicr at the Tribune office,
w.is in his otucc later than usual, it ln-nig
election night, and alxmt 10 o'clock Mrs.
Ruth being alone with her children, was
alxiut to retire, when she heard a slight
noi-c in the lower part of the house. Taking
her pistol, which, it seem-, she knows how
to ii-c to a good purjiose, she noiselessly
stoic down stairs. She reached the dining
room without finding any explanation of the
noise, when she thought she would open the
kitchen door Icfore giving up the search.
This discovered the villain. With true
Spartan courage, she drew her revolver on
him and fired. And not without effect,
as the screams of the fellow fully attested.
With all the despatch he could command hu
broke out of the houc and made oil. Mrs.
Ruth thinks the kill struck him in the back,
ju-t Mow the left shoulder, and a woman
"who is such a marksman must be good
authority. lp to la-t evening no trace of
the roblier had lieen di.-covercd.
The sporting mm at Topeka, have had a
liltle fun: The Jtccurd, of yesterday says;
A trotting race was made yesterday be
tween P. C. Tuttlc's "Draco" and Geo.
WollFs "Highflyer," mile heats best two in
three. After the first heat the nice was ud
denlv ended bv the, judge giving the! heat
and the race to "Draco," on the ground if
loud shouting on the part of "Highflyer's
driver. The decision occasioned considera
ble dissatisfaction among "the spectator-, and
in view of such another case arising a horse
man of Shawnee county desires ns to call at
tention to article 15 of the "Rules and
Regulations of the National Association."
"Anv rider or driver guilty of loud'shont
iiur. or'niaking other unnecessary noise, or
of making improper use of the whip during
the pendency of a heat shall be punished by
a fiue not to exceed $23 for the first offense,
and for the second ollense by suspension dur
ing the meeting."
Monday, Nov. 7th, 1870.
Board met in regular session, President
Chapin in the chair, and all present except
On motion, reading of minutes was defer
red until Friday. , , . ,
The petition for appropriation for bridge
in High Prairie Township was referred to
the,Coiuuiittce on Roads and Bridges, to
gether with Commissioners McWhirt and
Harbison, to examine same.
The H.tition of S. E. Hofiuan was referred
to the Committee on Ways and Means.
The jictition of sundry citizens of TvasUin
Township, asking for appropriation to build
a bridge was referred to the Committee on
Roads and Bridges. -,. , ,-iB
Hie iietition" asking an appropriation to
improve the Knight road, between Wyan
dotte County and the Desoto ru.nl, was, re
ferred to the same Committee.
The rciiort of D. N. Barnes on the bridge
over Mud Creek was received and laid on the
,table. ,Vlo report on Lawrence road was
jircecnted and adopted by the passage ofjrihc
iolhiwing. rerolution :
Refolded, That the-report of D. . Barnes,
heretofore appointed by this Board as
Snecial Commissioner to tale the testimony
of parties and relocate the State road froin'4 -
rVorlU liwrencc 10 iifi eirangcr unugt?, uc
approved and confirmed, and the survey and
plat, a returned by him, are hereby, cotj
tirmed by the Board as the correct andfruc
location of said ruad. ,
The petition of Atwood & Russell was
referred to .the Committee on ,Ways and
Means,-with the Ctnmtv1 IStrorriey, with
power to act.
The viewers' reports on the Austiu road,
llacon road, and Robinson road, were all re
ferred to the Committee on Roads and
Bridges. f t
The following resolution was offered and
adopted: " "
Raoticd, That the County Treasurer be
authorized to transfer from the sinking fund
whatever amounts may 1 necessary to make
good the deficiency in any fond caused by
the rcceit of bonds for taxes, by order of
The petition of Timothy .Coughlin ,and
others, asking for the appointment of viewers
en a road in Stranger and Fairmount Town
ships, was granted, and Wm. Lewis, J. K.
Faulkner and A. Coggswell were appointed
viewers, to meet at the homse of TiwothV
Coughlin, on the 2Sth inst, i
Tha petition of A L. Fersuaonaad others
ofTonganoxie'Township asking Tor the ap
pointment of viewers to view a road in said
Township was granted and T. S. Duncap,
Jonathan Hartley, and 'TJiomas Harness
were appointed viewers ' to meet at" tbc
house of Henry Kimbcrlfng. '
The jictition of D. 11. Dnesbach and others
askiug for the appointment of vicwers.ou ' a
road petitioned for in Sherman Township
was granted andllr. Pickens, J. G. Griffith,
t and I. B. Dutton were appointed viewers to
meet at the boose of D. 1L Dnesbach, on the
The petition of E. E. Sel way and others,
of Stranger and Sherman Townships, asking
lor ineappoimilieill Wl "n:t.-nuti a. liwiiii
said Townships .was gianted, and"W. II
Hiadman, Dr. Hopkins and A. M. Dunham,
Esq., wereappointed viewers to raeet at the
house of R. E. Sel way on the 23d inst. I
The petition of B. F. Edwards and others
asking for the appointment of viewers on a
road in said Township was continued till
Friday next-" . - - n
' The time for completing the bridge over
Big Stranger, on the Leavenworth and Perry
ville road, was extended to the 1st of January
The following resolutions were adopted:
Ikolnd, That the Board dispense with
the services of bailiff of this Bard, as nick
services are no longer required.
The petition of Henry Foote was referred
to the Committee on Ways and Means.
Proposals for building sundry bridges were
opened, and on motion, Commissioners
Spencer. Thornburg and Hiatt, together
with D. N. Barnes were appointed to examine
On motion, John McCarthy was awarded
the contract for building the bridge on Fall
On motion to award the contract for build
ing the bridge on the Murphy road, the yeas
and nays were called with the following
Yeas Hiatt, Miller, Spencer, and Thorn
burg. Nays Eaton, Hannon, Hino, Hicks,
larfer.son,JewettaBd McManas." Absent
MuqVhy and McWhirt. Lost.
"On 'motion, the awarding of contracts Idr
other bridges was postponed until Friday.
The bill of George Dickinson, amounting
to $173.11), for approaches to bridge on the
Leavenworth ami Oskaloosa road, was al
lowed. On the petition of Antoine Haag, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted:
Haired, That the Countv Treasurer be
instructed to mark as jmid the taxes on lots
11 and 12, block C, adder's addition to the
city, for the year 1SC0, it apjicanng from
the Treasurer's ,rexJpt that they .w ere paid,
and that the holder of the tax title
thereon for the scrip be notified
by the Clerk of this Board that he
can receive the amount for which said lots
were sold and amount charged up, and in
terest at 10 jicr jier cent, uikiii giving a juit
claim deed lor said lots to the present ow tier
Ujon which resolution the Committee of
Ways and Means rcHrtcd as follows:
As the taxes of 1801 were paid, the Com
mittee of Ways and Means confirm the re
port of the County Attorney.
The following resolutions were read and
Jienolred. That A. A. Harbison, Commis
sioner, and D. N. IJarnes, be appointed spe
cial Commissioners to let the contract for re
pairs to the bridge on the Big Stranger road
from Leavenworth to Lawrence to the lowest
and liest bidder, according to the siecilica
tions of I). N. Isarncs, on file in this office;
it lieing expressly understood, however,
that said repairs tojliridgc shall not exceed in
amount the sum of $15,000; and lie it fur
ther. Itrmlred, That the contract heretofore en-
tered into with George Dickinson, for re
pairs rof said bridge be and is hereby de
clared null and Void. '
Jtcfolred, That the Treasurer of ihe'Kans
and Missouri Bridge Company lie and he is
hereby authorized and directed to draw from
the First National Bank of Ix-avenworth
$(i2,o00 and the interest due thereon, and
place on deposit with the Second National
ifeink of Leavenworth, Kansas, to draw in
terest at the rate of five jicr cent, jier annum,
sulject to the draft of the Treasurer of said
Bridge Commnv, liavablc to the order of
the Clerk of Leavenworth County, and to be
by said Clerk endorsed only ujioii a resolu
tion of the County Board, directing said en
dorsement to lie made, and that the said
County Clerk is hereby authorized and in
structed to endorse the draft to lie drawn
by the Treasurer of said Bridge Company,
on the aforesaid First National Bank for
the aforesaid $I2,")00, and interest, known
as the Bride Fund, and attach to said draft
a certified copy of this resolution.
On the adoption of which rc-olution the
-avesand iiocs were called as follows:, , ,
Ayes Eaton. Hannon. Mines. 'Jtlicks.
'.Harbison, Jewctt and McMnnus. ! ' f ,
Noes Hiatt, Miller, Spencer and Thorn
burg. Als-ent MosrM. Murphy and McWhirt.
The following resolution was adopted.
JtorJial, That$2."i0 le and the same is
hereby appropriated for building two culverts
on the Logan road, at a jHiint cat of Little
Stranger, near Mr. Donovan's farm, and
that the same lie placed in the hands of Mr.
The prohibition of J. K. I&arrctt tocoiiMruct
a crossing at Big Stranger bridge, was re
ferred to Commissioner Harbison and 1). N.
The petition of Thim. Morrlsscy was re
ferred to the Committteeof Ways and Mean-.
On motion, the Board adjourned till Fri
day, Nov. 11 th.
WHO KILLED COCK ROBIN.
Whii Struck Itilly Patterson .'
- - Who Throned that Jjvcr 2 ;
Whose Item Here Since 1's.c Been h'oiic I
Tulhe Kilif'trtiftltc Ttnirs:
The first thing a man does when he gUs
lieat at anything is to try and find out how
the thing came about. In common witli
several other iersons who hang on the verge
of this town, I was partially defeated on
Tuesday last. Yesterday morning I went to
work on the, problem, and had if all figured
out by ! o'clock. It may lie of interest to
your readers to know how it wa, and :is I
am probably the only one who has juiid any
attention tcrh, the result of my.iilisnratioiis
may not lie without lienefit. People w!i
were around the streets yesterday, and wild
have had as much cxjiericncvjin the First
National Bank railing as anylwdy ele in
the State, assure me that an intel
ligent solution of the question of who i
was that defeated tlie Republican party on
Tuesday, will be read with interest, being cii;
tircly new, and not worn out by lieing talked
on the streets as too -much of our-iHilitics is!
Therefore, convinced that T can place myself
on a par with the jierson who found out
who wrote " Rock Me to Slcepj
ALithcr,!' by nuking a plain,, stateiuentof
facts, I shall do so fearlessly r ' , , . f
1 lilliraai Ibibcrtson is theJ man ,w ho defcat
cil us. He is a Carney man, and as such deT
sired to send Jerry Clark to Topeka. To do
this he made a combination with Tim. Sn
ghme and Joyce, who were to trade off our
man Stone, for Taylor, the hard fitted candi
date forCounty Attorney. Baldridge, beimj
anAnthoi.y man, was to make Joyce his
deputy. Everybody who knows anything
a'nout "jiolitics in this county knows this plan
was concocted in Anthony's office, No. 4'J,
Main Street, fOiuljUiat Pomcroyr was here
twice dnrimr thcfist tiirec mouths. This is
what Mr. Robertson did. 3
Since writing the above 1 find that there is
iw liitlp tMiiiit wbieh needs correction. I
fveWatJoii -JWhichV,.xairrlvS luaier
l-iftli street uruige. 1 a passing;
over that structure when 1 heard voices, and
thinking perhaps somebody was in distress, I
listened. Reader, those voices came froni
two prominent Republicans. Those tw$
prominent Republicans arc the men who
liit our ticket. 1 make this statement in
justice to Mr. Robertson, whom I believe to
be innoccnL I can prove iiib, auu uiai sei
tlcs the question. Let us hear no more abotit
this vexed question. Daniel Gopher.
P. S. I was a little excited when I wrote
tbc above, and immediately afterwards took
a walk up Delaware street, to cool off. I
learned more on that walk than is contained
in both the above statements. They are en
tirely without foundation; and fo prove it, I
nml nnlv nv that I have seen John Schotc
I should'liave gone to him in the first place
if 1 could have found him, Knowing mat nc
was the only man who really knew how it
was. The man who defeated us was James
Franks. Upon James Franks rests all the'
blame. James Franks is responsible for the
whole thing. We sincerely hope our people
will not permit themselves to do any
thing rash in the excitement which
must necessarilv follow such a disclosure
Nothing can be gained by a resort to
violence. Mr. Schott is entitled to great
credit for his devotion in unmasking th'e?
man who has, undoubtedly, for years part
been buying and selling the whole Repub
lican party of this county. This takes the
blame off'evervbodv else, and confirms trie
arbtrtlfcf hossWQllK oys
ters with Markson at JoeTDiirVs. i. c.
r. s. xo. 2.
It has. seldom become my duty to
record a more dastardly outrage than
that uernetrated utxm the Republican
Whatever I may have said before'regarding
the cause of our defeat, the statement which
I am about to make really fastens the blame
where it beloncs. Nobodv had anvthins to
do with onr deleat except Byron Sherry: He.
u ahe nan., Hundreds of witnesses can be
produced who will testify that he did it. All
fti.a fallr iKniit TTi T?diof4ain fil Anttinnt.
Ml" M WM AM AWWVAt-TVM, -WV. -.....Va.(.
and Franks, is xidieulons. Sherry is really
the man. It seems that he started all these
stories about other' people being Ae guilty
ones, and I presume all the above state
ments came from him. One of the men
whom he tried to throw it on to was
Stillwell and on no other provocation than
that Stillwell lives in the Fourth Ward, and
combined with Schott to expose him.
' 'Oh, what a Ungtat web we wesTe.
When first we practice to deceiTe."
It seems -that there is a nice little plan m
to build a union depot in the Fourth Ward,
and Sherry traded off the party tor this depot,
on condition that Charles Thokn would make
him his deputy. D.o.
P. 8. SO. 3.
Since Taylorthe Workingman's candidate
for Attorney, has decided to throw oat the
Fort and contest the election, the whole
thing has come out, and I am now enabled
to lay before your readers the secret of onr
defeat. Of course the fact that there are
many rumors afloat is some excuse for my
previous statements, which should be received
with caution, and I trust anv little errors I
may have committed will be lost sight of in
the importance of this disclosure. For some
time jiast I have been watching a young man
who works in vour office, and though my
suspicions were aroused I never dreamed of
the extent or his operations until
election day, when I saw that young
man, in the full bloom of early
manhood at that particular age when young
men should beware of vice and gird up their
loins against temptation I saw this young
man scratch Baldridec. I felt an interest in
a young man who had become hardened so
early in life, after having apparently been
tenderly nurtured, and entered into conversa
tion with him. Before he knew what I was
aliotit I drew a plot out of him by which it
seems we were defeated. I am not at liberty
to mention names, but will say that Markson,
Joyce, Anthony, Carl Schurz, Jacob Martin,
JToui, Plowman. Wild Rill, and Coney are
my references. It seems that Pomeroy made
arrangements with Legate to have Baldridge
scratched because he bad been in caucus with
Hi Robertson and Sherry it being well
known that Pomeroy is opposed to secret
societies. Now it seems tliat as soon as the
Democrats found out aliout this scratching of
Legate and Pomeroy's, they had tickets
printed with Cole McCrca's name
in place of Baldridge's. People would
scratch this before they noticed the
mistake, and this is what reduced
'Mac's majority. .Of course any body caiisee
that this defeated the ticket, and will prevent
Cole from acting as chairman of the next
Codifying Committee. This is where the
blame rests. This is the first time our rail
road prospects have been seriously interfered
It seems that the cause of the defeat of the
Republican tarty on Tuesday was owing to
the fact that the Republican members of the
Labor organization didn't feel as though they
could spend time to bolt. Thev ore a busy
set of chaps, and concoct political tricks as
they toil. One of these tricks was to desert
the Labor party, and let it come thundering
to the ground, crushing everything in its
way. But they didn't have time to do it.
The consequence was that they came within
200 votes of carrying the Fort. We must
try to get about (S00 of this element, when
we shall be as strong as the Democrats, and
will stand some show in the county. e did
the best we could, but were overpowered by
numbers. We are a miserable and helpless
minority when once stripped of ourgl tiering
THE VKUY LATEST.
I have made a thorough investigation into
the eau-se of the defeat of our party on Tues
day, and find that Jennison & Sampson did
it, and for twenty-four long hours, ending
at 10 o'clock last night, succeeded in throw
ing the blame on to various leading Repub
caus. At that time I nailed them, and they
confessed it all. Jennison.s withdrawal was
a wicked subterfuge. His farming work is
not driving him at all, and he worked all
day decoying voters out of the Third Ward
in order to defeat Legate, who is a bitter op
iKiucnt of Henry Ward Bcechcr's.
I have thus compiled a few items regard
ing the late election, carefully avoiding all
foolish street gossip, in which too many jier
sons wcjre indulging yesterday. When a
man undertakes to talk politics, common de
cency requires that he shall know a little
something about it. I trust that
in- the above disclosures I have
convinced all intelligent persons
that my sources of information are
such as toguarntecthc the reliability of my
assertions. To be sure a few soreheads will
endeavor to disprove my assertions. '-They
will be proui)l-iipjres'l,aiiI I trust an in
telligent publicwilWustaihnie in tlius rbg
above party feeling and showings this thing
up. 1 was led to the unpleasant task 'from
hearing many contradictory rumors on the
street yesterday, and not wishing that any
liody should beunjii-tly assailed, and believ
ing that an intelligent cryiose was desirable, I
herewith present the facts.
A Moll of .",00 Jletsrnm Have Taken
JVmrsl6n or IonnIHOBTllIe. I.IW
.TTuntrranil OnfrftK. " "
New Oki.i:a:, Nov. 10 The evening
papers publish exciting news from Donald
sonville. V nwrri. mo'i -MlO stroll- is.rctanrtcil in
'..v . ,5.a- -r 'c -' . . .1 " "'T.:.i"L' .h
JHI-SCSSIOII-01 me limn. hhiijc. nni.-vi
Ixiwes and Major Mark C. Schonberg arc
All life whites who could not escape were
;cnrr:tl Bailor est the FntMre or the
New York, Nov. 9 The Iribune to-morrow
will publish an account of the recent in
terview with General Butler, at Lowel Mas
sacuuseUJTgiving th'e siibstaiice ofjiisppeech
which he intends to make at an early day
upon tho poliey which the administration
ought to pursue, to keep the Republican par
ty together and insure its victory in tho next
1 'resident ia I can vass. lie says 4he war. mem
tiries will not much longer furnish political
capital and ihat'the true', policy of the ad
niinwiniUiMvhi U.at-nceikniaml anil ,n
forcc the Alalamn. claims, which ifvigor
nislv iirosccuteil to a satisfactory settlement,.
rithiuJlie year, will make the reelection of
jrautj.inevttable. England would connMo
'onrlenis at once,' when slie found we were
iiicn!n4"delerhied to enforce-them.
There would beno'war, for Engkantwoald
-. .. . 1 ii. 2 . -1 -
not uarc 10 ro war witu a 11m. imm ivwt.-i.
General Butler, has already urged these
ticwsj on the-administrationv
Senlencril for CmBeislenwat or ITmlted
WA5iiiN;TbK, Not. 10. Paymaster Wm.
G. Marcy, ofthcna-yrwho was brought to
trial before the Court Martial now sitting, on
the charge of an enibertlcment of $130,000
of Government fnnck enmsted to his care,
has pleaded guilty. TheTonrt'ihas agreed
upon a sentence, and the records and pro
cccdinir have lieen placed in the hands of
1iieSecretan-'of the-Navy; bnt thc-aentencc
w ill niit beinadc'pubuc for sereral days.
, .UpcataBaCN 3Tw Katlroad.
" St. fJbns, Nov. 10" The first dtvisioirof
thcSLiLouLs & Sonthcrn Railway; extend
ing seventy-six miles from this city, crossing
tlie Illinois Central at Ashley, 111., and run
ning thence to Mount Vcmotvwas formally
explored, to-day by an excursion, which was
St. Ixmis. The new road is substantially
constructed in every respect, and well equip-
Jed It TjitpL ready for besinwc,; j j;
- -Nltt toiyirNov. 10enrBLSchenck,
IS Sllliering inienseii imui a uuuuutu vn iik
left cheek, entirely closing one eye, and al-
LiUikjt.oUtructing the sight of the other. Its
culmination' is near at hand, when it is hop-
at the uencrai'Wiii oouin reuei. irom pain
and confinement. ""He is reticent upon the
subject of the English mission.
llvtwa Inn I'nitMv.
JTTCli'in ..t.v .-.. -.-- --.
"-3EW iorr-,nov. iv Keuertiie-pnaci-pal
actor, and whiskey distiller, arrested in
the recent raid in Brooklyn, escaped from
fchbdy from tlie mvyryara.'. .:.',
The" Sergeant of the guard of Marines ap
parently deserted his post to lavor Kelly's
departure. It Li alleged 'that there .was no
desire on the part of the tiovernment om
cialsto bring the fugitives to justice.
Explosion ora Pwr Xiil.
-s McKksbobd,' Pa Nqy.rl0 TheJUi-
zernc Powder Co. s mill and dry house wak
destroved this'mornimr by a terrible ekplo-
sioii; Ihomts Bums was Kitted, and Uscar
milrtrclo ScU a Hotel at Lona; Branch.
New York, Nov. 10. An attempt to sell
the Continental Hotel at Long Branch, by
auction, was made to-day, but failed, the
highest bid being $17,000, or leas than the
w m m si -.
Following the example of Cromwell's
soldiers and. the Huguenots of France the
PrnsSsri reinmetits smc hymns nightly, with
accompaniment from their military bands a
custom tnev nave preserved irom me name
i ofXeuthenj where they advanced to the
.l.. .inm'nfr T .titYiPa hrmn
.1UUC CJ3& -... W MJM.M.
THE NeVeffMEII LECTI0NS
Special to the Time.
Hiawatha, Kan., Nov. 9.
J. F. Babbit, regabur Republican candi
date, was elected in tlie Eleventh District,
and C E. Parker, Republican, in the
Twelfth District. The regular Republican
county ticket was elected by a large ma
SpecUI to the Times.
White Cloud, Kan., Not. 9.
While Cloud Precinct Republican State
ticket, 240', Democratic State ticket, 36.
There was farcery any opposition to Re
publican Senators and the county ticket,
which ranged from 263 to 274 votes.
Moore, regular Republican nominee for
Representative from the First District, is
undoubtedly elected by between 200 and 300
Special to the Times.
Gakxett, Kan., Nov. 10, 1870.
J. G. Lindsay was elected in the Fifty
sixth District. Thompson, a bolter and a
Clark man, was elected in the Fifty-eventh
District. Butler, a bolter, bsaU Coffin in
the JcRoy District. Five hundred majority
in Anderson County.
Front the Monitor.
La Cyqxe, Nov. 8.
Republican majoritv official: Lowe. 229:
Harvey, 223; Elder, 222; Brewer, 222;
Smallwood, 223; Thoman, 223; Hayes, 223;
Archie Williams, 223; McCarty, 222. D
Snoddy's majority for Senate, 98.
Sit eri DA N. Snoddy's
Paola, Nov. 9.
Special Despatch to Ttra Times.
Miami County goes Remblican by 400
majority. Legislative and County ticket
Ottawa, Nov. 9.
Special Despatch to The Times.
T. C. Sears is elected by 800 majority.
WaUh, Republican, is elected in the South
ern District, and Luse, Independent, in the
Columbus, Nov. 9.
D. It. Anthony, Ch'n Republican Committee:
Gone to the devil across lots. About 450
against the whole ticket. Answer about the
State. J. R. Hallowell.
Special Despatch to The Times.
Riley County reiurns arc all in. Morris
has 50 majority; Barrett, 84; Lowe, 537.
Total vote, 844.
Oirrepondence Ieavrnworth Times.
Manhattan, Nov. 9.
Morris's majority in Manhattan and Og
den is 108 over the Clarke candidate, and
119 over the Democratic.
Barrett's majority Is 123 over Rockfeller,
in the same precincts.
The country vote will probably increase
these majorities materially.
Manhattan, Nov. 9.
CoL 1). R. Anthony:
Dear Sir: Manhatton Precinct gives 315
Republican against 59 Democratic votes for
the State ticket.
Barrett, anti-Clarke, received 205; Rock
feller, Clarke, Ul;SinnLs, Democrat, 56, for
Morris, anti-Clarke, received 183; Wa
ters, Clarke, 100; Crump, Democrat, 87,
The balance of the Countv ticket is a way
ahead of the 'bolters.
Ogden Precinct is the next heaviest, and
gives Morris 25 majority over the Clarke
bolters. Samuel G. Hoyt.
St. liOUts, Nov. 9 Iron Mountain
Rrown,J129, McClurg none. Irondale Brown
65, McClurg, 47;McCormick, Democrat, lor
Congress, 71; Van Allen, 48; vote for the
Amendments unanimous. Cooper County
will'give Brown, about 200 majority. Lewi's
County about 450 majority for Brown. Her
mannBrown and Finklenbenr, for Comrress.
about 300 majority. Salisbury the vote in
this precinct is ISrown, lM; .McUurg, 50;
Congress, Cumings, Democrat, 126; Smith,
bolter, 57; Amendments, 184. Buchanan
County, reported about 900 majority, with
a handsome majority 'for the whole liberal
county ticket. Fivcprccincts of Phelps Coun
ty give Brown 200; majority. In Pike
County, Dyer, bolter, for Congress beats both
King, Democrat, and Draper, Republican;
liis majority over King, is about 250. Han
nibal the McClurgites elect Mayor, city Re
corder, Attorney and two council men, and
bolters elect city Marshal, and three conn
cihnen. St. Jjouis Seventeen precincts of
this County, giye Brown, 7,143; McClurg,
1,843. Seven precincts in the First Dis
trict, give-Wella, Democrat, for Congress,
2,619; Johnson, bolter, 1,647; Smith, regular
485. Four city precincts in the Second Dis
trict give Finklenbcrg 1,403; Van Wormer,
13. Democrats claim the election of Wells,
by 1,500 majority, and bolters claim 10,000,
majority for Brown in the county and 30,000
in the State. Democrats also claim 1.500
.majority for their county ticket.
Kansah City, lov INov. v. Jackson
county returns from all but four precincts
give McClurg 1,014; Brown, 2,012 for Con
gress. Smith, Republican, 1,281; Comingo,
Democrat. 1,732. Brown's majority in the
county will be about 1,200, Comingo's 700.
Macon, Mo., Nov. 9. Macon county
gives 800 majority for Brown and 700 for
Blair. Bcjffnisjjhead, as far as heard from,
in. the other corintiw.
SrWNurrELiV'NoY.-'O Greene Connty,
irivcs Brown; 300 majority, and Gilmore,
358. Democratic Representatives to the
Legislature were elected. Laclede County,
gives Brown, 250 majority, and Gilmore,
275. Pulaski (bunly, gives 200 majority
for, Brown. Webster County, gives Brown,
and Gilmore, JiO majority, and.elects a Libe
ral county ticket. Six townships in Chris
tian County give McClurg, 370; Brown, 131 ;
two towns is estimated to give GO majority
for McClurg; total majority about 300 for
McClurg. Polk County, gives Brown and
Gilmore 40 majority.
St. Louis, Nov. 9. Andrew County
Brown, 75 majority and the whole county
ticket elected. Crawford County Brown,
487; McClurg, 354; Doak, Democrat, for
LegiIatare;iaf;rCiuk Republican, 450.
Pike Countv Brown, 2,000 majority. Den
Citmty ooO'majority, King beats both Dyer
aad Draper 300. Moniteau County official,
Brown,r32najority; Storer, 76. The balance
of the ticket is about the same. Burdett, for
Congress, 126 majority; Amendments, nine
to one. Milk, for Senator, 73 majority.
McClurg, Sheriff, County Clerk, and Probate
Schuyler Countv, Brown, 660; McClurg,
399'; Blair, 655; Hayward, 407; the Brown
county ticket elected. Scott County, Brown,
abotit700 majority; McClurg only gut about
100 votes. Cooper County, Brown, 42 ma
jority; aaost of tae McClurg cooatv ticket
elected; Jdosiuiien ana Steele elected to me
Legislature Pettis County, Brown, about
400 majoMsy;:ihnntr tbc Congress, by about
200. majority; Obannon, Liberal, for the Leg
islature; the Liberals claim the whole county
ticket. Macon County, Brown. 800 ma'
jority; Blair, for Congress; 700 majority;
the whole Brown county ticket and Liberal
Senator elected; Blair beats Hayward by a
large "majority ia the district
Washington County', Brown, 749; Mc
Clarg, 308; McCornuck, Democrat, for
Congress, 762; Van Allen, Republican, 449;
GraSaL Deawcxat, for Legislature. 615:
Harr, Republican, 538. The entire Demo
cratic county ticket was elected. Lincoln
Cwnty, -Brown! 700 Majority; King, Demo
cratic, for CoflHTCs. 1,100; Dyer, Liberal,
250; Draper, Republican, 210; for the Legis
lature, Hntt, 1,100; for Sheriff, Pang, Dem
ocrat, .300 majority.
Springfield McClurg men claim the
Fourth .District by 4,000 majority and the
election of Havens. a Morrison County,
Brown, about 200 majority for Blair over
Hayword for Congress; about the same for
McCkrrg. The county ticket was mostly
Hannibal eive McCIm a small saaioritvJ
Shelby County w reported close. .Ucfifcc,
Danwrrst, is elected from Monroe County.
St. Looii County vote is not all counted yet,
.: " . t . -..
bat the Democratic county ticket is reported
elected by from 300 to 1,200 majority. It is
possible two or three minor offices inav 'he
filled by Liberals. Wells' majority' foe
loagreas is not ascertained vet.
Lexinotos, Mo.. Not. 9. Gray. Uadi
cal, carried this town by 16 majority over
Mill .1 4I.A .VMJU..PWI... .... .. ...1 T.l . .... lF...
and Reynolds. The county of liockbridge
ww wi wcvwiicoJiiic uojnuuaira. XMirut
is ceBceded to Gray. Both Rockingliam and
Hkalaad counties are reported for Harris.
St. Louis, Nov. 10 Brown's maiority in
this county will beabout 13,000. McClurg's
uc 0011 auoui o.oou. w ans, veniocrai,
for Congress in the First District, will have
from 1,500 to 2,000 majority. Tlie Demo
cratic ticket, with the exception of two or
three minor offices, has a majority ranging
from 200 to 1,700, Wcerncr, for Probate
Judge, being the highest. The Circuit
Judges have about 1,000 majority. The
Democrats also elect 2 Senators, and 10 out
of 17 Representatives, and a majority of Su
pervisors, Justices of the Peace, and Consta-
Platte County is reported to have given
1,500 majority for Brown. Comings, Dem
ocrat, for Congress in the Sixth District, re
ceived 1,600 majority. The entire Demo
cratic county ticket was elected.
Madison County Brown, 370; McClurg,
Cape Girardeau County Brown, 1,000
majority. A Democratic Senator and Rep
resentative were elected.
Iron County Brown, 200 majority, and a
jUberal Keprcsentative elected.
Marion County (official) Brown, SO--? ma
jority; Blair, Liberal, for Congress, 1,20S;
Hayward, 1.072; Franklin, 33. The pre
cincts give Brown 920 majority.
Livingston Count v McClurg, 400 major
ity. Phelps County (official) Brown. 222 ma-
joniy; rinmenourg, iioerai, lor ixingrcss,
i 1 1- 1 . - . f
306. A Liberal Senator and Representative
Johnson County Brown, 500 majority;
Smith, Liberal, for Congress, 250. The en
tire lateral county ticket was elected.
Memphis, Nov. 10 A iecial from Clar
endon, Arkansas, says Hanks, Democrat for
Congress, has the following majority:
PhillitM, 300; White, 900; Wuudruti, 75;
Jackson, 200. St. Francis and Monroe
divide this vote. As far as heard from
Hanks' majority Ls 300. The Republicans,
charge Governor Clayton with Roots' de
feat. Phillips formerly gave 1,500 Repub
lican majority, but now gives 300 Demo
cratic. Springfield, Nov. 10. Tne official vote
of Greene County gives Brown 159 majority.
and Gilmore 347 majority. The official
vote of Lawrence County gives McClurg,
191 majority, and Havens 149 majority.
The official vote of Jasjicr County give
McClurg 75 majority, and Havens 35 ma
Macon, Nov. 10. The official vote of
Macon County gives Brown 863 majority,
and Blair 669 majority.
Brunswick, Mo., Nov. 10 Chariton
County gives Brown 592 majority; Comingo,
for Congrcs, 235.
The whole Democratic County ticket is
elected by majorities i-ansiim from 235 to
Chicago, Nov. 8. At this hour, mid
night, returns from the vario'is wards are
not more than half in, but it looks as ifC. B.
Farwcll, Republican, is elected to Congress
fur this District by from two to three thoiiMiid
majority, the. balance of the ticket will proba
bly be larger. The Republicans have proba
bly carried the State by from 20,000 to 30,
OOOjnaority. So fas as heard from the fol
lowing Republicans have carried the follow
ing Congressional Districts: First, Charles
B. Farwell; Second, Johu F. Farnsworth;
Third, H. C. Burchard; Fourth, E. S. Han
ley; Fifth, E. C. Ingersoll; Sixth, B. Cwik;
Seventh, J. H. Moore; Eighth, Johnathan
Merriam. No returns have lieen received
from the other Districts, but the I)cmoeraLs
have pretty certainly elected Nec'y in the
Ninth District, Rice" in the Tenth, and Mar
shall in the Eleventh. The Twelfth and
Thirteenth are disputed Districts, but the
chances are in favor of an election of a Re
publican in the Twelfth District and a Demo
crat in the Thirteenth.
Galena. 111., Nov. 9. So far as heard
from, the Republican ticket seems to have
been successful. Tlie" contest was chiclly on
local candidates, and the majorities are
small. The Congressional and Legislative
tickets have large majorities.
Quincy, HI.," Nov. 9. For Congress at
Large, Anderson (Democrat) has 195 ma
jority. For Congress, C.ihIe(lVinacrat) ban
Chicago Nov. 9 There fcems to be no
doubt that Ingersoll (Rep.) is beaten in the
Fifth District of Illinois, by Mr. Stevens, In
dependent (Dem.) for two years. Ingersoll
was elected by 7,000 majority. There was a
fierce internal fight in the Republican party.
Merriam, Republican candidate for Congress
in the Eighth District, has probably defeated
Robinson (Dem.) by a small majority. The
Republican majority in this DNtrict two
years agti was 2,800. This is owing to in
ternal dissent ions among Republicans.
Farnsworth, in the Second District, is
elected only by a small majoritv. The Dis
trict is the strongest Republican in the
United States.. Hay (Rep.) is elected in
the Twelfth District by 1,500 majority: In.
this city and county the returns arc still in
complete. It looks as if Farwell's majority
in the citv would be 3,500, and in the countv
1,500; in all, 5,000.
The Republicans elect their 3 Seaators and
22 Representatives, and their of inty ticket.
The entire majority for the State ticket ii
only a little less than Farwell's.
Later. A report from Farnsworth's Dis
trict says he is beaten by Stoiighton, Teni?
St. Paul, Nov. 8. In the First Di-trict,
Mark II. Duddell, Republican, is elected by
3,000 majority. In the Second DNtrict,
John Farewell, Republican, is elected by
the same majority. Ignatius Donnelly is
St. Paul, Nov. 9. The Republicans
elect Averill to Congress in the Second Dis
trict, over Donnelly, by about 4,000 ma
jority; and Dunnell, in the First District,
over Beck, Democrat, by a handsome ma
jority. The Republicans carry icpntiii,iy
Detroit, Not. 9. The 'Republican State
L ticket is elected by 20,000 and upwards.
Waldron, Republican, is elected to Congress
in the First District by from 1,000 to 1,200
majority. Stoiighton, Republican, Second
DL-trict elected by from 3.000 to 4,000 ma
jority. Blair, Republican, Third District,
2,500 to 3,000 majority. Ferry, Repub
lican, Fourth District, 8,000 to 10,000 ma
jority. Conger, Republican, Fifth District,
less than 500 majority. Sutherland, Demo
crat Sixth District, defeats Driggs, Repub
lican, by upwards of 200 majority. The Re
publican maiority in the Letrislature. on
joint ballot, will be about 40, thus injuring
United Mates henator.
Detroit, Nov. 9. The Republican ma
jority in Michigan is about 25,000. In the
First Congressional District, Waldron is
elected by a respectable mijontv, In the
Fifth District, the Democrats claim to have
reduced Conger's majority. In the Sixth Dis.
trict, Sutherland (Democrat) is rcertainly
elected over Drigg by 300 to"400 nKijority.
Detroit, Nor. 9. Wayne County, "in
cluding the city of Detroit, gives 593 Ienio
cratic majority for Governor and 678 on
Congress. The Republicans: elected the
Sheriff by 400 majoritv. The balance of the
ticket went Democratic' by 2,000 'to 6,000.
Sutherland's majority for" Congress in the
Sixth District will be'over 800.
Milwaukee, Nov. 8. In the Milwaukee
Congressional District, Mitchell, Democrat,
is undoubtedly elected bra handomc ma
jority orer Jodgc Lyon, Republican. This
is a Democratic gain. The Wisconsin dele
gation will stand lour Kcprtftl leans and two
Democrats a Democratic gain of one. In
the First District, Webster, Dcmocraf, 3,500
majority; Sawyer, Republican. Fifth Dis
trict, is nrobablr re-elected br an increased
majority; Eldridge, Democrat, Fourth Dis--)
tnct, is re-elected by about the Ktme majority
as formerly. All the other Republican
Congressmen are elected by their usual ma
jorities. Milwaukee, Wis, Nor. 9 Returns
from the State are meagre,"' but enough is
known to place the majority at about 6,000
in the State. There U a material change in
the Lerislature. The Democrats cain three
or four Representatives in Milwaukee
New York, Not. 9 The latest election
returns do not materially chansc Hoffman's
maioritv from 30.000.
The Tribune claims the Assembly by four j
majority, although several Districts on bo'Jt
sides are still doubtlul.
New York. Nor. 10. The latest returns
indicate that Governor Hoffman goes out of
this citr with a majority of 52,037, an a voie
ofl00,835,with n registration on42,6C6.
Two yean ago his majority was 08,850.
Mavor Hall's majority falls over 28,000 short
of Governor Hoffman, ammoucting only to
The Democratic majority in 'the
State cannot be given with accuracj-, but it
is certainly not less than 30,000, and may
turnout considerably more. According to
the best infbnnsijoa yet attainable, the
Assembly stands 66 Republicans to 62 Demo
crats, but as several JJMtrtcU are somewhat
- ! in doubt, the actual returns mav varv the
result and possibly change the majority. We '
1 I....... I.. . .I.baa .....L... ..t t ? X
have loot three members of Congress in New
jut in me lutii, join, ami wu imricu.
New iobk, Nov. 10 Complete returns
I from the nihwinz districts eive the followiur
Vote of this citv. Hoffman. S6.561 : Wood-
i ford, 34,472; for Mayor, Hall, 71,298; Lcd
I with. 46,217.
New York, Nov. 10 It is now stated
that Rogers, Ileniocrat, was elected to Cn-
gress trow the atxterath Lhstnctuy lb-) ma
jority. By the latest count the Assembly
makes 65 Republicans and 63 Democrats,
with a few Districts doubtful.
New York, Nov. 9. Onondaga County,
Woodford, 2,600 majority. Twenty-third
Congressional District, Duell, Republican,
is elected by over 3,000. The city of Troy
gives Hoffman 1.493 majority. The Demo
crats concede the election of St. John, Re
imblican. in the Eleventh District. Roches
ter gives Hofliuan 4,900 majority; Woodford
4,688. In the Thirtieth District, Wm. Wil-
Iiams, Democrat, is elected bv 500 majority.
Saratoga County gives 1,000 Republican ma
jonty. larroii. Democrat, is elected to
Congress in the Eighteenth District. In the
Fourth District, Roosefelt, Tammany Dem
ocrat, is elected. In the Fifth District,
Roberts, Tammany Democrat, is elected.
In the Seventh District, Elv, Tammanv
Democrat, is elected. In the Eighth Dis
trict, Brooks, Tammany Democrat, is elect
ed. In tlie Ninth District, Wood, Tamma
ny Democrct, is elected.
"New York, Nov. 8 The Tribune esti
mates Hoffman's majority in the State at
30,000. It practically gives up the Assem
bly. Chenango County, 1,400 Republican
I maioritv: Uenessee County. 1.500 Renubli-
.can maioritv: Albanv County. 2.000 Demo-
cratic majority; Duchess County, 1,230 Re
publican majority, sixth Congressional Dis
trict, Cox, 9,242; Greeley, 8,238. In the
Eighth District Brooks has about 4,000 ma
jority. New York, Nov. 8 The Republicans
elected sixteen and the Democrats fifteen
CongrcMtuien. The vote in tlie Seventh Dis
trict was, for Ely, 11,463; McAlpine, 3,435.
J lie complete vote lor flavor was as follows:
Hall, 70,339; leftwich, 44,193.
New York, Nov. 9 Returns from
the State come iu slowly. Enough have
been received, however, to warrant the asser
tion that Hoffman's majority will reach 30,
000 in the State"; and it may reach 35,000.
Gov. Hoffman estimates that will be his ma
jority in the State.
1 he Democratic gam over I068 is steady
throughout the State, though it will not
equal the gain of 1S69.
The Democrats gain three Congressional
Districts, electing J. W. Warren in the Troy
District, and claiming Morris's defeat in the
Saratoga District. St. John, Republican,
has carried Van Wick's old District, and
Ketchani, Republican, has been re-elected
by an increased majority. I Iotch kiss's Dis
trict, which the Dcniocra's hoped to carry,
on account of the Republican quarrel, ha
gone Republican. E. II. Roberts,Rcpublican,
is elected in the Utica District, while Bucll,
the regular ReMiblican candidate, has been
defeated by McCarty, in the Oneida Dis
trict. Win. Williams, Democrat, is elected .
in the Erie District. In the Assembly the
Republicans gain three members in Kings
and New York, if they are not counted out,
and lose two in Monroe. The Republicans
gain two in Albany county; they gain one
in t France, one in (Jtieens, one in est-1
Chester, one ill Ulster, and one in Fnlton '
and Hamilton counties; and they lone one ip
Erie. AltogetheJ it looks as if they had
carried the Atvembly. Roosevelt is elected
in the Fourth Congrcmional District over
New Yokk, Nov, 8 In the Fourteenth
(A Many) Dintrict,',Perry, Democrat, wan elect
ed to CongrcxM. In the Ninteenth District,
Klizur Prindle, Republican, was elected by
2,000 majority. Total vote in the citv for
Hoftman. 83,780; Woodfonl, 33,650. "ToLil
vote for Mavor, except two wardi, Hall,
u-3,63I; Ledwith, 41, 271.
New Yokk, Nov. y. The following arc
the members of Congress elected in this
State: Fir-t District, Townsend, D.; Second
District, Kinsella, D.; Third District, SIo
cuni, I).; Fourth District, Roosevelt, 1).;
Fifth Dintrict, Roberts, D.; Sixth District,
Cox, D.; Seventh District, Ely, D.; Eighth
District, itrooks, I.; Ninth District, Wood,
D.; Tenth District, Potter, D.; Eleventh
District, Su John, R.; Twelfth District,
Kelcham, R.; Thirteenth District, Tuthill,
D.; Fourteenth District, Perry, 1).; Fif
teenth District, Warren, D.; Sixteenth Dis
trict, Williams, R.; Seventeenth District,
Wheeler, R.; Eighteenth District, Carroll,
I).; Nineteenth District, Priudlc, R.; Twen
tieth District, Merriman, R.; Twenty-first
District, Roberts, R.; Twenty-second Di
tnct, L.-ingsing, R.; Twenty-third District,
Duell, R.; Twenty-fourth District, Seeley,
R.; Twenly-Cfth" District, Lainfort, !.;
Tvcnty-ixth District, (ioodrich, li ; Twenty-seventh
District, Smith, R.; Twenty
eighth District, Clark, R.; Twenty-ninth
Distiict, Wakeman, R.; Thirtieth DL-trict,
Williams, 1).; Thirty-first District, St. So
RiistoN, Nov. 8 iii 106 towns, Claflin has
pluralty ol 6,o-"i"i tiver Adams and 1'hil
liis. The vote in the above town stands
Claflin, 72, ""; Adams, r,,tf01; Phillips,
20,2.tl. The towns yet to lie heard from will
increase. Claflin s plurality. The reports of
the 229 representatives to the general Court
are divided as follows: Republican, 161;
Democrat1--, .'"-"i; Labor, 11; Prohibition, 2.
The Senate has a ReHiblicam majority.
The Republicans have carried the Tenth
.Newaiik, Nov. 1. llalscr (Rejmblu-an)
is elected in the Fifth District, giving the
Republicans four of the five members. 11a
zlelon's majority in the Fourth District is
The Republicans carry both brandies 7f
Newark, Nov. 0 The Republicans will
have a majority of 10 in the Legislature on.a
joint ballot, securing a United States Senator.
Tliev elect four of the live Congressmen. I
New a UK, Nov. 9 latest returns show
the election of Forker (Dem.) for Congress-
nan miui u e ?con,i xtsmci. ny o.o major- 1Mi;Ll(IvI..!ua police, are. it, pri-on at Cam
He I lio Kpimhlicnns pIm-1 tlnve linr-rps--1 , , , '. , ' . . .' . .
ir i." li-ii i ii i 'ri ; uciir cli.irgei wiin psniciuiting in llic .New
men, llazelton, Hill and Hal-ey. llic,..r ;-.. ,k ,' i A ;... ..... i...n...
Deniocnits elect two, Forker and Kird. The
Republicans have 3 majority in the Senate
and 8 in the Hous?, injuring a United States
from the State show general
over the vote of 1808,
change the result. Ponder (Democrat) for
Governor has probably 500 majority ; and
TIT,, Cr..nm.s nn.lr llui .... Tl.o
lJepublicans carry New Castle County on
Legislative and state tickets.
the amount ol registered negro
the Third Congressional District Archer's
majority! wm 7,000; in the Fourth District,
Ritchie, from 1,200 to 1jOO. The .Demo
crats claim the First District by 3,000 to
4,000 majority, and tlie Second District by
1,200. The Republicans regard the First
and Fifth Districts as undecided.
IlARBiSBURa, Va. Nov. 9 IIarriiHi,
Conservative, is eleccted to Gmgress in the ,
Richmond, Nov. 8 Second Congres
sional District, reelects Platte, Republican
and the Seventh is close between Reynolds,
Independent and Harris, Conservative.
Richmond Nor. 8 The Congressional
plpriion to-ilar resullrd as follows? Virst
District, Dr. W. N. Norton, colored. Sec-1
ond District, Jas. H. Platte, Republican, j
ihird Uistnct, Unas. ll. rorter, liepuMican.
Fifth District, Col. R. F. W. Duke, Demo
crat. Eighth District, iVm. F. Ferry, De
mocrat. Seventh District, E. M. Braxton,
Democrat. Fourth District, not heard from.
LociviLti Nor. 8. Winchester, Dem
ocrat, for Ojngrew, is elected by 1,600 ma
iority. icetarns irom twenty towns mtne
Siate shenr Republican gains.fowing to the
negm rote. The Democrats hare elected
seven candidates, in the First to the Sercnfh
District. In the Eighth and Ninth the re-
salt m doubtful.
1.1. m - - .. - .. .....
i " UUUI3YII.I.K, ior. v. 11 is tnoueniinar.
Adam, Democrat, is electeil in the Eighth
District. The Republicans claim a defeat of
Rice, Democrat, in the Ninth District.
jAqn-iLL -or. . urown, JJemocrat,
for Goyernor, ha carried tlie county by a
lsjsjtjxjjuerky, and is undoubtedly elected.
Prower Republican, for Congress has 750
majority in this county, but the other conn
tie will elect Galladav. Democrat. Brown
X 4t n .
I run3 ahead of the Congressibnal ticket
Mnipmi Nor. 9. In tkt Cmi
I Vauehan's. Democrat, maioritv in bU Dis-
I trict will probably reach 8,000. Caldwell,
, but not sufficient to i tne negocs, 0111 me uiiliailiy was stopiml oy J1U(IUI1V-ju,. su plaintiff on iuul .. sitb
3f ART LASD. t lc "'en drew a revolver am! hreu three shots land from and alter -u'h -ale. th.-re..f, and that rou
I .a . T i j .t il 1 4 1 f nti.T ll...i mil ii. ! if ttiAtii itiil nit i.uri.rit titan.
W..U1- v.. a t ii... v. ..-.b n; at ikinieii, wno uea, ..v warrant uas wx-n ? "" - ": '",.:'
MOKE, -Sov. S Jn tlie rourtn Ul I . . . T. .. ' ins Irom or uii-lir v.n anl them, or iki
John JUtchic was chrttil by 5,000 ma- """" ,f,:""Ur. t v . ti r u ?r "', '.' arr. "r .'"JJCL ?f. "'?"
. . .. ' 1 IWfllVCTfiV Ih I Xftl fl I tii t(!iivr k. -a ukLiiHl PS4itilral twl swllMH.'avl flf.
. 1 he total vote 111 Laltimore was . . -...' ' '.."... V. . ". tt :n.. .!.i:irri.-.A,ioii..f-iid trtut oriandtoth-erant..-
5, an inecrea-e of 9.000 over 18CS, ja-t V!p -.''.' V j1 1 arJT "-'-,""w,,- r -rant.- in every di-I madein pur-uance fwli
Democrat, is afeeelrrted iaHumboldt Dis
trict. Hayward county gives Shaw, (colored)
Republican, for Congress, 500 majoritv over
Vaaefaan. Deaiocrat, and 2,00 over Gen.
Nashville, Nov. 9. Theelcction in this
State retailed in the choice, of .a Democratic
Governor and Legislature, and five Demo
cratic congressmen, miner, in me rirsi,
and Mayiiardj in the Second District, arc
elected. Nothing heard to indicate the re
sult in the Third District.
Kxoxville, Nov. 9. This Congressional
DlsttrffteUcfelMayBard by l;00ti majority.
Butler is elected in the First District. The
vote Is light. The State is Democratic by a
rcdiiced ninjoritr. .
Memphis, Nov. !. The .lramirAe' Lit
tle Rock special says the day jacd without
collision, though very turbulent. The Radi
cals took possession of the precincts of two
wards last nieht. and when the regular offi
cers appeared this morning, refused to admit
thesi. In the First Ward, they were forci
bly ejected from the building, and proceeded
to hold the election on the outside, pcrmit-
1 ting every body to vote,
I" the Third Ward, thii
rvgaruless ot age.
uues were reverted.
The Deputy U:ted States Marshal obtained i j
ossesion wiin nis .imigcs, ami rciiiseu to
admit the regular Judges, who held the elec-
. . '
""" "-.. j that Israeli juilpncnt will Ivrcmtereil Tor 5anl um
III BlodiCCtt, Campbell, Eastman and Ash- of ckht thousand, ri hundred and eleven 'JtMUii
lev Township?, Deimtv United States Mar- ' ,'"IL,r;. -.6 ) "'j!? i"'?'": ,n,,n,at ,nt ",1
,- , , , , t 1 f .1 11 st aforesaid, from vndiithdar of October. A, D.
shals drove the regular Judges from the polls . ,.1, alt rr costs of juit. and rhat unless the
and appointed Judges and held an election. J defendant." in said action or me om
it .inl.A ,...u- n.,11.. !,. rv.. .., t:.... ' or mora of than shall ray or cause to !-
ticket Ls lanielv ahead. In two wards the
"...., ," ', , ', , " 1
Marshal arrested the Judges, hut they were
immediately released on hail.
Memtiiis, Nov. 9 Election returns from
Arkansas are still meagre, owing to the im-
Iierfect telegraph communication The
A'mocrals claim heavy gains and the elation
of Hanks, Democrat, over Roots in the First
District, Edmonds over Boles in the Third
District, anil the election of Roberts in the
St. Louis, Nov. 10 ThcDtmocmMmthe
following special de-patch from Little Rock,
Arkansas: A strong attempt to sell out the
Republican lurlv was made bv Governor
Clavton in the election vcstenlav. His ree:-
iirors in some places commi'tcd all manner
of frauds in favor of the Dcmocracr. In
Phillip fountr, where there is about 2,000
Republican majority, the (Iocrnor went in
person, the Saturday In-fore the election, and
tli roil "li a white cindidite for State N.nator
and Judge liennett
can vote strain
tJn Monday night, at Little Rock, a lead
ing rebel and candidate for the Legislature,
declared himself and party for Governor
Clayton for the United States Senate, and I lie
Clavton men here all voted the Democratic
ticket. Notwithstanding all this it is lv-
i: .. ii . i i(K....i.i:r..., i . r .i
llev that the Republican have eiirneil the ,
Statu by a handsome majority
, a (leleatcil lieiiiiltliean ' iiieub.insl ant theotorRiui ailioti.aisl that tit.-
2 - !.. I. a. I!,h. -..B. ...lm iTah ffJ t. A-aH.f tUk.n.ftS.V.I A.h
almost tliecntiic Keimbli- ', ru". .V.i?.: .- ,r..Vi , ... S T.F, .iV
.. I I 1 i 111. .IH1.II 'l Ills S"""1 -miii aiiivii 41 111 lilt"
-t Koot.-, tlie Ull.u:-Jate fir ..mount, to lNif..unl due ai(i iTaiatiirt.n sal-1 n.l-.
MEMPHIS-, Nov. ! The Jl;viV ('I:ircil-,,r jouortlmn. U-ordered, nstmre.1 and adjndp-d
t i. . -i it i.r ri lodelier iisessioi of said trait- of lainl totht-
in Arkansas s-c, ,J .y Hanks, IViiio-'ralltw ,,,,, iu ,.M.rv ,,, nuJ itl ,.,,.
at, majority over Knots, fnr(.oilgn?lli thcianeeof su.h sale. s.s..na ilciiund thertfir shall
irst Distrirt. is :!.()(. Tlie IVnioi-rrits I !' made.
First District, is :;,0ti. The DemncraLs
fired 100 guns over the election of Judge
M. . -x- .. -v- I-. i
OSTCOMKm, Nov. !.. dlsliirlrimv.
Vote light. The State is conceded In the
Itcpublii-ans br .VfMXI majoritv.
J, , , V.J .-. ., .
MuSTIltlMEin , Al.. o-. V Ketlinis are
meatrre, but it is now believed that Icmo -
era ts carried the Slate aiiilelected three mem-
Ders Of v.ongres.S. .
MONTGOMERY, Am., Nov. 10 About '
hr,'f the S'tate has ktn hearjl from, inehid
tnjr mist Keiiiiblicati stnui'liohl-.
The IK'iiiocnits have overcome the maior
ity of lirant, of -I, i"i", and gone beyond it.
The bilanee of the State will Ik- Democratic
The IVmoenitshave elettnl thnvnnd tiroli-
ablv foiirCongres-men and a largr- majoritv
, ,, . x. , . - , J,
of Iseprcentatnes. -. election lor e:i:t-
As far ax heard from no ili-turUinee
eurreil at any election Ikix in the State.
New Oki.jlvxs, Nov. 8. Election returns
come in slowly. The Republican-, claim
thccily. St. IVrnard, St. Marys Terrilsine,
East Feliciania, Imgoiipii!it. St. Charles,
Concordia and PI lurin Pari-hcs, arc re
ported Republican. St. Aimiery, Jt
F.mrclic, Iheva ami I.iolil.md Parishes are
reMirted Democnitic East Ritoii Rouge
has ou-ic Republican, and W-t Uitou
Rouge I)eiiioeratie. It is generally con
ceded that Sypher, iu theHrst.and Sheldon,
in the Sticond District., are elected to Con
gress. m:vaia. ,
S.VN Fi:.vm;isCO, Nov. D At the Nevada
election it is conceded that llradley, Domo- '
cmt, i- electeil Ciiivernor. Fitch, KqmbHcan
for Congru-.-. carried the State by a small
majority. The Jit-publican S-ate ticket, ex
cept the Governor, is f.obihly clectetl.
KKSI1.T or TIIK 4'4.V:i:KSSIt.AI.
Sr. Iuls, Nov. 10. The llrimhlitiuC
Washiii'ton telegram s.ivs; The returns nj-
Iirived here of je-Jerday's elect bms, show
siifliciviit Deinocrutiu, fj-iin of Omri-ST-men
to ie the Deniocnits ninety -one or two
i niemliers in the H'Misc of the Firtv- ciimd
CoiiRrcss, lieiiiKaniiimiite of nearly thirty
ovcr the present Houn. With the e-tim it'.-s
of gains expected, b.;t not yet received, in
the returns from Alabama, Ark:uis.i, and
Tex.t, it is tliM.'ghl that this number will
reach one hundred.
i.cui:.vrs or tiu: m.jxtio.vn.
New Oiojivx-, Nov. 'J- I'liiteil Stats
Marshal Packard has a u-It-gr.ini concerning
the riot on Muudav night at lU'.nn Rou-e.
The Supervisnis and counters of billots were
attacked by an armed mob. The ballots
wcrcsaved. Eotir jier-ons were; killed and
about twenty wof.iidaL All Rcp:iulicin.s.
Jlarslial'SelioumiLiker ii uoiindod. The of
ficial candidal; for the Ii-lature was
killed. More trouble i-autieiKiti.iI. About
thirty of the leader-, were arrcsliil.
Nkw York, Nov. 9. Police JudhvCox,
of Jeflenion Market Police. Court, was nr
.rtfltcd last night on a charge of Liideavoring
tii intimidate colored Djjiuly Mirshalsof thu
Eighth Ward, by arresting thcui on f.tl.-e,
l'liiLAiiLLi-inA, Nov. 9. Police Sergeant
Ward and tlurtceu nscit, Iieloiiging to the.
V ----,- -i -
uor.en were ucsiroyeii, yotenuy,
Memphis. Nov. 9 Dr. A. R. Newkirk
Assesvsor of Internal Revenue, htatcs that an
others, in llic ai'erniMiu lieswru.1l lor J..1
Icigh iu a buggy, and iu ihe out-kirts he nut
some friends. While talking nith them,
Uurtlctt and two others rode tii and spoke to
hiui. As he looked up Rartlelt di-4-hargeila
pistol at him, the iioudir buruiut; hia luce.
. . - -. .. .
and armed, took possession of J-ake City,
last nigUr-anu ilruve the wlute and colored
ltepiibHcaiu.from the town, including the
Republican candidates for Lieutenant Gov
ernor and, for the Legislature. Five colon-l
men were shot.
A desperate attempt was made to kill the
shcrilTof iladL-oii County. The troops
whicli were promLs.il by the President, to
preserve order in thU ami other couutii s
have not a'rrivul. Other outragn are re
ported, Jjut no details arc received.
Reports up to 7 o'clock this evening, indi
cate a reduced Republican majority in the
State, on account of intimidation.
Berasr trota Ills Father Aliniiiax.
KALKUL-VSJIUXS OF A rCOGSOsTIX NATCKIi
Whenever yn see a flok ov geee all stand
ing on one leg, except the old gander, and
he chawing his end, look out for a touthwe-t
winll tew-morrrow, or the next day. or the
day after, or at sum fewter time. Whenever
dogs are seen travelling around with nothin?
to do, and old maids refux; their tea, and
hop vines won't klimb, and grind-tones
won't grind, then yu may expect a little crop
or oats, and bean? won't pay for harvest
ing. Wasted. Wanted several fut cLre
young men, with mu&uh, to hang around
the vestibules ov difierent clwrches in Aicer-
ika and stare at the females as u'tay pass out.
iuj iu. w .... ".- " .
lung men who understand tuc u-cov tobae-
co preierrcu. -o yung man accepici wno
ksnt stare the brass button? oidurotn a cub-
.tarycoatst twenty paces. ILis n a rare
pavable'wceklv. References excJai.2r-I-
- -JL. . ".
The cockroacli ita Ikil' at lanrc. He Iz
oneov the luxurvs ov civilizashun. Tlic
the fast ov
Thev are born fonr froai each ear, and con
sequently tlury are all tins; thare izr.o sich
thidgin'the 'annal ov nature ar a single
cockroach. Their food .ecm? to consist, not
so much ov what they cat, a what they kan
i attempt wxs made-to a--asoin-itc him at ILt- ,''"r::,,' a'"' "T ".'.""f '"':. '"V1 r,':lT'I"1 " -ii
' 1 : .1. : .1 Ij ..,r,.. ,. i... . .1 . .tncrn..ioi-r.ini ' writ- 11. rotm n. Hiire in.'
leigli. in this county, jcstcnlay. At the ..,., ., ..,- h..ili.i,n.i nnnn
Nov. 9. Returns (sills at Rartlett's a young man named Hart- then-from by thsheri!Iofaiile..tmty, ami that ihe
Inublican gains lettjitacked him for dislnbiuing ticket- to i-r.w,i,an-in,Tr..r.i mi.i. -.u-i nen-.r. , i.-appiii
"-" . "J .... i-i.- f. . .. 1.. ll..- hm-nl of ihcmrts of -iil a.ti'inarri lh-
VOlCS In I -- j - - -..-- w..vv ....t ...v-...---- ai. j s4mm a u inaii'i inpn triiaii n iiuvi.
iz born on thefiutov Jlav. and Tin.l warranto! ininalltr, tone,
"VnT-oml.r s,.m--irrninl!r inil tz and mounted Tith our l'atent Ixi-ko
.ovemur. svmi-annuaiiy, ami u. m - .illustrated Cautoaurs -c
ne iii liitivn uavs irom date. - - WMU ZKX A
STATE OK KANSAS,
Iieu worth Count j.
In the District Court of the first Judicial litrict of
the State of Kansas, sitting in the county of Leav
enworth, iu said State.
LMinuhil A. AV: Iluntor, rialntiB?
JolmJL, lux. Ucurce AV. Wanl. . v
McAntar. Daniel Shire. Hnrrl
Shire. Janel'atteixwi, 51ildrrl I"at-
tervm, Ifcitiil S. lSuniett, Mirhae!
1 1' Mara, William II. ltabtim, riora
Tack, and Alexander V. A.
YOl. THE ABOVE XAMED JOHN II. DAY.
limrgu W. Ward, Jane Patterson. Mildred
rattersuaaud David S. Burnett, are hcrebr notified
that yn. twMhcrwilh the other defendants alve
iismpl. haTe Iks;u ued hy tht" alxive named plain
tiff. LMuiuudA. W. lluutcr, in the above men
tioned Court and that aid plaintitTha in said Court,
fit"! hi amended iwtition eint yon, and thi
other ikfiii'l.ints above named in theabove entitlwt
action, and that you mist answer said petition on
or before thclMh'day of Deceudcr, A. 1. 1S70, or
siidietition will Iw taken a true, andjudiniient will
le rvndeml acconlincly of the following nature, to
wit: A judjment in fivor of aiit plaintitj amint
aid defendant, John II. Day, for so much of tht?
?mii of five thousand, nine hundred and eighty dol
lar with iotorfl tucreoa at the.rateorthirty per
cent, tier annum from the sth (Ia'v of Mar, A. D-
t1". at shall not exceed the um of ei?ht thousand
L. biutdral altd le veil IAMUO dvllare (SS.6U 11)1.
1 xrtHi latere! iherer-n at the rate of ten per rent ptr
annum from theloth day of Oetoher. A. D. lsflt.
I paid to said rlaimidf within jome short time to 1?
j fi-ved by the Court, theamonnt of such jndement.
that Usuch sum of iuoucj an too Court shall tiud iu
I this action to lc due to said plaintiff irom aid John
II. liar on and because of the matters hereinafter
uirntioueil, with interest thereon at the rate of ten
iwctviit tier annum from the time uf the reinliti'-n
of jn-lnictit in said jetton. the following
dcscrilied tracts of land itmle lytni; ami tieiui; in
me liUlllir 01 lA-aieiinoiin, iiiiu .laieoi ivaiisas,
nauielr: Lots fourteen (II), Cftrrn (t.S). eighteen
list, nineteen (l'.), thirtr-eiRht (W, thirl r-ninr
X, frtr (in). rortr-one(II), and forty-two (til.
in l.l.st'on.- hundred ami one (101); lots seien
t7),- elhv. (S), sixteen (lio, seventeeu (17), and
twentr-ocn(2), inbltxfc one hundrcl and two
(lW):"loit four(l), tirr (51. and Mv lt). inl!t
one hundriil and three (tit!); lot seven (7). in
blis-k on hundreil aist "ereii (t7). nil in Ihijr A
Mc.iilis addition to the city of I-aiennortli;
lot seieii (71, and right (? in Mink
soeiilr (7'Jt, of theorigiiial jdatof theeily of Leav
enworth; lots thirty (r.0), thirty-one "(31). and
tliiit-two (:K), iu blink sixty-suven (C7). of tlie
oriiml plat of th? ity oriesvrenworth. Is? sold
wiilioui nsleiuftiou then from by tlie hcruTof aid
county for the satinclionof uch judgiuent and mii h
.imoTiiit as the (Vurt shall tind due from saiil
John II. Day, to viid I'l.iinlitl, on or lieeiuv of
the Hole, mortige ilvol and le:ree, ucreiualter
uitrtini: Ii,I ami dvcni wttli liitt'rtt on im Ii
ntimtiiit frui tho lime f th- rt i-litioti f ju'lu'iut-ut
1 at thr raiiaf ttn ierniit iorainiun, ami tint tlw
s-4i'ralilri iMUUtxiii saiil a, t lull jut "-cnr iu l
t!. iii, tuUui.tii!-: TinirHl"tatnl rvcrrjtcr!) tUini
inij 1y, fnni, thnumh r uimIt :inr of k-iM .leffinl
ant- lV (inT K1rr.1I ami HtriTirHol uf am! fnun all
j ami anv rfcht ami iu!tr f rriKiiiPtioti ami ttitr
' rilit wl.ittt riC I'll, in r t atil trait- f laml
ainl rrv l tiicni imiu ami atirrMtcu ai" ititro't.
, Uu ,ualH, ., r j,, ,lefen.lans and ,11
1 1- rs.ni" i laimiui; from or uudcr y on or them or any
Whiih la-t iiinlionnl amount ofmom-r
s.iM plaiiititl'il.iiiiKil to W ilue him from .ud John
II, liay, and he, said plaintitl, tl.iims to li.iM-n
li u on thea1oeiU-srrilsil tract of land therefor.
and a ripht thar tho -ume sold for the satifai. lion
I l her. -of on. under and because of tho matters ami
lln tl-r.lh d.it of NmemU-r, ls.W. al l-aen-
j worth Ol. -uMJ.Jiu ? "'f ' '" T'-ii--fv
j note in writing of ih-itilatr. and then drliTerrd Hie
I Nl,1. , Mi,i ,.UitiH and thereby for alue r.-
it - vm - l promised t pay at the banking hoii-s? of
",'"'' ka.rr.. Co., sixmonth-.aner'tlied.itetlier.-
... I,,,,,,..-.! and .Ulitv dollar- (s.-,.ys,i. i,, j,i
len-t then-m at Ihr rat.-of thirty j--r lent i-ran
Hum .lll.T III. niaiiiriiy inei.-.ii 1111111 --ai'i.
And .hi I lie slh d iv of Noieml-er, l-Cli, the .nd
J.ih-i II. Ii-.iy, fur Ibr pnrpi-sanil lnonl.r los.--iir-the
ja in. nt.of theafore-aul jn.missory no'e and tin--'mi
of money and inlerr-t thenin sp,-,'Hit.I, mad.-,
.set iiti-1 aiiifdilixn-l to mH plaiutiiriiiseertain
uuirtxifili-i-l oftliat dateand thenby conveyed to
s-iiil t-l-ii lit ilT". his heir- and asiit. the alm-.b-
'""-;" ,IMT"r1 7ilho'.I!71 1,""'"'
And on the 2lh ilav of ii tolt-r.
(MoU rTerm, A. l, l-sit, f tlw Iiisii
at I lo
rn l Court ol
theLnit-sl Mate- for the liMriit of K.m-as, in a
.rlain adioii then -endini; tliertiu in .-I'tuty,
wh.-r.iii s.iM Kilmiind A. W Iliinter wa- pl.iintill
and villi John II. Ihiy and other--veri .1. f-nil.iiit-,
on a bill filed and pri-sectited by -aid pliinlill forllo-
I fori-ilosiire of s.ud mortuae d.'.'.l, anions oili. r
things the -aid Curt did then tind thai th.-re wa-tlii'iidii.-tos,ii
plaintill from -aid John II. li:i .-n
said mile tin- sum of.ilit thousand, i. huiulml
and eleien 2H-tmi doll ir- (,Mt -.ii) and that -aid
plaiuliir Ih. n had a lien by inorli.- f-r thepij
i.i.nt ofllie S.UIU-OH liies-i. ral tnnt-of land herein
aN.ve .!". ril-il.
And-sii-l court in said aition then anion'' oili.-r
limits .inl-Ti'-l, adjmUeil and detr-.ttl lli.it all and
-insular lhi -.--.onil tract-of land almve deseril-.-l
to raise tti.-amount -.. found due from -aid John II
Ii.iriosaid pi. limit!". I- -..Id at publie aiulioii l
and mid. r lliedim liu of the I'niliil Slat.-- 31 ir
-h-il, and that -.lid Mar-hal should jar to mh!
pi lint i If, or lii-s.ieitor, out of the pro. .-!-fsii Ii
sate llie lifts in tint suit to be tard, and al-lli-amotiat
hi fuiin-l duo a efl-resaid, t.-uvther win.
lejral iub rest ther.-'ii from ihri .lab-of Niid de. r1..
n hit h aid dr-i-rrv-lill n main-in full font; wholly
I And y.iii an? .ih. hi'tvliy further notified lint lb
.Mrallra. t of land alxve ibvriln-l hue been
altaili-'l iu tlii-th- aIioe ciilitliil aition a- th
' pro;-rty of -aid John II. liar, iinderaud by virtue
.if a tertiiu order of att irhiu-nt heretofon-is.ti.-I nt
iIil- -ii'l ui.ll"U and ilirtl.-l to lhrMi.-rittf-.ud
roiioly to i-CM-uti-, who mad- -mil altarhi:i.-nt by
llated thisiml dn of Nvi uila-r, IS70.
' (,i.h.i;ii a wiii:at.
nort-ln- Att'irni-yH f irl'Iaiiililf
feTATi: Ol KANSAS. I
.y vi.s.riitrii r..L--T. f-"-In
i In- lii-triit Court of the 1'ir-t Jndn ial ii-ln. t
of th.-Mate of K.ijKi-". sittni in th- Coiiiily t
IwiiTenirnrth, in -.lid Mat-.
Uiu-lcs II. IVind, riaiutill, 1
v. .... I
(lit.. 11. VlrniuU, ...ull I
Vli-r-utr, "Tlie lla.-arl lnw- 1 Xo. it'.t.
.b-r t''miaiir, I.uciin N.-?ll
an I I.) lii.iti hi.II, Ih feiid
:tufs. i,-or, iiu: iiAZ.via i-owukk ruiU'ANY
I a'ire named an- h. rebj- notifirl tint yon, !
i;. lhf:r willi tlieother.telemlant-alp..reiinmiil. liav.-l-..'iisuel
by h.- aliivcimurd plaiutiir, I'lnrli-ill
l'oiid. in Hie aK.vi-mentions 1 0url, and th.it . lid
plaintitt hi-iu -.lid Court bid hh itlitlgii iu th.
al.ive.nlille.1 a. lion aaint rou and the ithr de-fiijiit-aUi-
ii.iiu.-l, aiol tfiat you inii-t an a.r
s.iid petition on or U for.-1!; H'.fh Lir of IK.1-H1.
Is-r A. Ii. ISTii, or -aid IKtltion vrlU lj taken .
trn-, and judgment reiidcrel accordinsly. of tb
ftillon ins inturo, to-wit: Th it nnli thed-f-ii'l
anls in isii.l a. tiou or '.lorof th'iji. shall par or
t-aiisi- to I n'ul to -aid plaiutilf, within siui--fiort
time, to In- hied by the Court, the amount whn h
slnll I loiuid dm-to -aid pi lintitrfrom -aid Otto II
Vi r,;iil, 011 lhat urtaiu promi-viry note, dat.-dof
the Will day of -ptemler. s47." br whlih a:d
Otto II. "Vii-r-jiiti pnuiiiu-1 f. ay in tn..
y.-irafur tii- dab- then-of, to th- opl. r
"f Alln-rt Coojt and Chirles If. Pond,
ripnfing Ihi; firm of Ooirt A Pond,
t.-ii thousand dollars with Inltreit thereon al
lb.- rai-ofseieii berc-ul. ranniimfnnii tloidit-Ib-reofuntil
ald, aid in and by whb-h note, -ud
Oil II. Viergnlz sailed thi; Is-iiefitof verr aitof
Ihi Uvi-Iiturt-of the Mat.; of Kitia-, shiihi
ilile-if-.r, or allows redimiition of riil .--tate
any -vie tlirvif, shiih not wa-braid noperaiid
l'oiid in-!.rrl, nnddilivireil to il plaintiff liefir
l!: atn U-'amediic, then thq f.UoAiu itc-cril'-l
lra t ''f Lind Mtuate. lyinjand l-!n In th-ci.iintv
i.f Lcaienorthaii'l Slate of Kan-a. namely I-t
uui'Jiuiud iwenty-two j-.'i. iu tlujc nuluber.-l
ti.nty-tw. iii. In I liel itv.ifjyar.il worth 'Piir,
wlii. h said Otto IT. Vierul and Spliia Viervutr,
hi- nif.-. on Ihr ISlli day of An;ul, A. H , 1" -
iritere-t on surh amount at th rat.? f sv.-n l-r
lent i-raiiriinii from tin- time of th rendition of
wliju'lsmiil. and that tin". I'f.-mUnt- innidsie
tlttu aedca. Ii of tii'iiiaiMl all t-rvn claiming un
der, by, or through -lid defendant-, or any ot
them, bt forever barr.-! and fori- br-.. of an l froo
allan-lsny riht and ."juitv of rulrniiiUi.it xj I
other rithl -vlnU-Ter, of. cm, in orbisaid tratt ".
luted IliU 2nd dar of Xovi mU-r. A. !.. 1-7".
norl-lir Attnrners for plaintill.
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Send for Prices and Samples.
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durability. : .
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