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THUtiSDAY. OCT02LU23, JS73.
It i! ei2ti-d ths: Cociaiodore Vander
b'li'a lcscs on his f-vorite stock?, the -sew
York Central, Lite Shote and Western
Coioo, during the last thirty days will
arnoa-t to twenty millions of dollars. Tco
much for this poor boy to live.
The -Sew York &a says that as a Dem
ocrat ! to b: chosen to G!i ibe vacatcy oc
casioned by the death of Congressman Eroiks,
titty are glad si good a man s S. S. Cox ir
notniaated by tho Democratic parly. I
wisbei there were more Demic-sti like him
It if quite amusing to fee the utter failun
which has. waited on ths laliorious attempt oi
the oppl'itioa to manufacture political capi
tal out of the late monetary disturbance. The
intth.i, that the implicit confidence of the
loeiple in cir current-?, si Miown during the
put few we-'is. is thevery best evidence ih.t
iht cjuM hive been ndd.ced of its value.
John A. Isogan, formerly veil known in
Illinois Dirty Work Los-n, lias, it issaid'
invested b cnA bucdre.l thousand in tbf
Tn!jr-0::ai. This is only a part of his sav
ings for the part tco years, cut of a shry of,
say cG,0D) pf-r year, including perquisite?.
Why won't Eome of these financial Congress
men work inmcles in the inlerctcf the gov
eminent as well s for themselves ?
In o-ir ite-n list weak, regarding the inl-dier-'Stati
Convention, we mentianeJ Col.
Anthony a? bj.-i one of the ininipulators.
Anthony wji there, and his auzu't, over
Ueirin" egotistical manner had ixi bmeful
effect, To ac;r: sin txtent, but we wide a
m'utaie in ths title. CSi'oitf (D. R ) An
thonv m not there. Ongt Citj&hafl
Thank. Mr. Morgan, your first n&licc did
i hyar.ici. We fully endorse your article.
oajht ti be maJe !.. :' stilcoritU'? to tie
or (jin of the S'? ! vjltt rf Crptio x
C.rct'- 'orS. the smonnt of io-sn-ar.ci
Thu ir cs ffTif! the
xmcsn'. i:-i.ailr rrri--l by them their
Snai.cJil cjti'Jiuon, ar.d th- motive, if any,
which psnic1 mtj hate, had to burn the
propsrty. V.'itboot knowing sr.ythics
othrr 'lun the lel-grap'u briDgn n, we at
osre oiic'cdf, nnles our orinion of the
v'q is errontoo, that a wrn? has been
coiamitt'il fay tome or.e.
It'is a duiy to tbo.'e who incccently t cSVr
from inccndirLea, as veil aj a da'y to the
ifcblic, to tlablifh the true cjujc of such
fire.'. Lt thtre Iv, then, a foil, thoroo;h
nd comp!e:if inr&iujition of the cau-e ol
a rr.nitAnt.t: i avlmih iift.
It it reported thtt the United S-ate Grand
Jury, riovr in fe-ficn in thii city, will hav
tho important duty of invratisalinj in'ohe
msnatment of th? oSre of United Slates
Marn.'.al while Cul. D. Y. Ifonatcn occu
pied that position. It is well-known fact
that when CW. Houston wa appolntcil, h
wa. C3roiirc.tively a poor can. It U tqually
wfll-knovrn tint ho U no Korlb hU teni
upon tfr. of thotiiarjdi of doihro. The ic
1'iiry iiaturjlly arisen hour did Cul. ITou-ion
accumulate this fortune, during the ehorl
period of the three years he way. United
otatei Marshal. The fir-.t impression in the
mindi of the people in thoe diy of grange
:nd farmer iefirm;t:j:w i. that rrorlntai.t
and illeg- fees rci't hve been charged.
If the United Sictea Ur-ind Jurr uuder-
.i'?f- tht' fnmini(i.n i! will hirnmp thir I
duty to circfuliy vrsigh x'.l tha evidence io
theca-e. Ft to it, tliat both the Govern
ment and Col. Houston hare a fair heiricg.
o Grand Jury should fijd a bill of iridic!
niwit, unle-? there H p3it.ve jO'if, at lejrl
auch proof a-iwill wrnt the pro'jtble coo
victioa of the accused.
We confi that no pru.if .ai bitn fur-
ni.'hol Ui of theruilt of Col. llo'tun oilier
The iniiauitaD'M ol Bocibon county, Ki.,
arctavit-s a iiice u'.d tima in their tajru to
get out the riibt roea to tend to tho Igk
liture. T1.-3 Jcnfiv tzje :
It i ro pietty well H-:tlcd that Mr. Man
love will be compelled from force of ciicum
eUcco to alxndon the rre for Representa
tive in thiii di-tr-cl in crdr to innKe room
f jr ose of tiie following Hay-eted Grani;en:
C. P. McDonald, VT. C Webb sod H. C.
It : staled that thee three eotlemea ell
want to go to the 'lgHitu're this winter,
and thai owing to Mr. Maiduve'a a;s and
hlj chronic manit for office that he cannot
be elected over ItibVr, tiie Bepmdicen
nominee. Hence the ntceity tor a new
deal nnd the Arteinui Wnl priuriplc: of
If ii. makes no d flereow to the voter o"
Cou.'bori, we wuuld ralhir tiiry would keep
Webb at honi, kiid seed came r.r.e to Tope
ki who will ilt more thinking an,! leu talk
ing than thi! Eirae V. C. The Jf&ailor
makes thii Uientioo of Wehb and other who
are anziou to ;erve the prpio in the Ltgis
lurt: That .Tinle Webb hnutd w-rnt to go to
the Li'ldture no one d'.mhti who knuwj
iho nun. UN re-ionn (or roii we reserve
until L- ii in fact a candidate for the placr,
McCtm- want- it to dtfeat Web'j In the
little stain; be miiit tret into i-lm.iid ha be
elee'ei and at the nae time, if poncible,
work hinnerf ifto the barney of the Kepub
lican jnrtf durins the "-idnn in fzchanse
for Webb who left it la-t fall. McD:m!d
only wn:- to r for the fun of tho thin and
have h aool lime generally, llavinz poce
thruuh the Senatorial conteM he ihinks hi
experience is worth eomething in that line
and that ihe people fhouM tle:t hi:n to help
eb-ct'a iSenitor Ibis winter.
Yoa are 2II nice ee!f-3Crifi-.-insfel!ows and
beloiiij 10 a hippy lamily and in order fo
prerent discord among y-i, we f"iy by all
mean-, run ; and to our friend J. D. Man
love we k-t, run; and to every man that
lone forolScj we nay, r.m. l.'it you mtii-t
rcinmber one thing anil th it is that Rjbley
will be the n-'Xt mrmhir from thL Dirtrict.
jii:. jiivvt oi'itiu).
3ir. Jjcicj 1". Joy, v;bo, v o:ir reader
TnE Luman inflow from Great Britain and
G?rmany U still on the increase, the gain for
the part fiscal j?ar, from the Kurcs men
tioned, beins 21,773. The following are the
official tables, which have iat bten pub-liibed:
V CT TS1
Tottt frmo Oreit I!rSti!n
Tiit: i'i.sni.i: i
There is ground for hope that the peu
lencc whith has made euah frijhtful ravasc?
in Memphis and Shreveport during the pat
few weeks U losing its power to kill. In all
probability the ttorro of la.t week which
blockaded the Union Pacific road with snow,
sod made house fire in this latitude a neces
sity, also reached Western Tennessee and
Northern Louisiana. Jack Froct ia the
greatest known enemy of yellow icvw, and
hit prraenco in the South has been hourly
prayed for fine the fever became epidemic.
Senator Alcorn, of Miwippi, faid in f.
recent cperth:" Any man ofcomroou intelli
gence mu't know that I don't want to be
Governor. It h only a sense of imperative
duty lo the pioplo imj-ellin me to become
a candidate for-an office which I do not want
to.fill. If elected. I will exfculo its duties
faithfully, but 1 t'o aot crave the responsi
bilities or toI iucidrn' to the poiiitm. 1
prefer iiifioitely to remain in the United
States Senate. The place is more trailed
mod infinitely more useable to one of my
tartc. I have nothing there to do with
tcan the fact ot his M'dde.i wealih and the J are P-'obly aware, h.a i, the p rt t.ken
ezhibiticn of a hill of foes in a bankrupt
ci, where, it ii allejjJ, pome lhoumd of
miles of travel is charged, wlieu in fact r.o
mileage could legally hve he;c allowed.
We have frequently heard the slutemert
made that C-jl. Houston wjw Emit of mak
ing money rapidly out of the c f3 "C he held,
and we hhve thought that the Cjbad ought
to have an opportunity to vindicate himeetf.
If, therefore, the matter ii to !e iurettiga-
t-d in the cu:t, those who niafeo the
charj;ej will have full uul m!e opportu
nity to prr-vj their liuth, and Cah Houston
will be ullirdc-l the privi!-K of vindicating
bim-lf Ivfose the pe-iple of ICanna1.
We bslicvo that it is i'.e duty of -ve:v
man who, while holding 3 p'lbiie office, and
who a h mil Jenly arown rich in that office,
wi'hou appareot reason, especially in the?e
Uavs ot earru; : ii. aj'i . pirnc.iiir.y 11 lie
wrriM kep bis skirts clt-ir of charca of
franJ, to explain to the trjb'.ic how be cams
in po-ewi(.n of his fortune. If Col. llt.m-
ton would da llii, it wruid go fr to quiet
the feeiine; 'hat he hsJ ben guiity of cor
inucU intcreit in iCai.n railroad", expiesfe
lbs opinion through the Detroit TTalm that
the recent riiir.rUl iinie will p'lt u -!o;i to
all new railway en!-rpr:-es. Afr. Ji-y also
louchts npon tiie retvr.t enti railway move
ment ia the wc-, whet- iai!way prjec:or
are b'jririnin lo be regarded a public ene
mies. TheS I3iu Gl&e, oommfiitineup'in
Mr. Joy'd vi-, ,!cclsrc:
Men will not i r:vet mi rmwn rums of
monrv, such as re rto'iirtd 10 huiM rail
ways, and be entiiely a; the mercy of popu
lar excitement afterward-1. Tlit-re fbni't be
wirne lci;al cinran'tf for endi property, cr
railroad fcuildia will practically ceax Tl.o
nrexnt fi!i-i;r t, iiowevrr, a uere reaction.
Five years ajo ull luuniciptl cororat!ons.
from iheSia'.t il-K-U to the tor-hip, were
voting away their monty and their credit to
biild railways. Their thicken ere coming
home to rooat in the form of bond and obli
gations 111 Jl'trinir. A lu-iii alvays thinks
better of hp fiiead idieii lie is iiidor'inK his
paper than when ha is paying it. And f it
13 wan toe people, who, trom lieina t.aint.r
ou railwsy nien, have become the Lne:uii-s
of t.11 ra-lways.
Orttiirll LfriTtieirtOB be Ctitlr,
Frin the Cisbsr !
We are pirticular people. When we phce
acyttiin; down we want to ficd it jut there
when e look for it. V are very particu
lar about tbis. And when wc do not placr
any ttin; just there, we expect lo find it there
just the same. Auuicoreso. Jlr.Ujbleigb
took a bath Sunday morning. Oa comiog
from the ws'rr ntresheJ and strengtheoetl,
he pot on Ji.i p&, and drew the uspen
ders over bis bait: ehoulders, and taking hi?
roiled clothing ia bis irtns, adjourned 10 the
bed-room. Here he deliberately put hi an
denbirt and a fine linen over the ensiendrrs,
and deliberelelfloosentd these articles while
he incited in the garments. Then he looked
fur his suspender He had carefully placed
them on a chair, you know that chair right
at the foot of the bed, and he looked there for
them, as it was perfectly reasonable he
should. Tury Were not there, however. Mr.
Cobleigh wan surprised. H stared very
hard at the chair, and tried manfully to keep
down the risicg temper. Then he looked in
every corner of the room, ar.d tot down on
bis Knee', and peered under the bed, and
even looked up at the oeiiinjr, and out of the
window. He examine.! these localities, not
because he expected to Cud the article there,
tut Mr. Cauh-igh wished torhow the world
that t lure was no intention on his part to be
uofair in this ruitter. He had left tnese mu-
(tenders ou the chair, and as they were not
titled with legs, Hume one bad removed ihetn.
Mr. Cobleigh was so couSdrnt of lli, thnt
he adeemed it pruleat to strike the
stand with his fist, and tell whit ought to be
none to the psrty who took the iupenilrs.
This he did, and then called his wite. She
came at oc&. Mr. Cobleieh very Iri.Oy
'related the Ion, lierau-m he hadn't lima lo
talk much, anJ th-n proceeded to taltc about
nothing eli-e. Mrs. C-ibleigh carefullv
rearchej the chair, whil" Mr. Cobleigh stood
by ard crated his teeth. Tueo she carefully
seardird the room, which so exa'perated
him, as he bad already made ihcf-ench, ar.d
left the lU'nendert on the chair, that he
lartiy inquired if hesuppo?d he had hidden
the article. This led her to explain that
she believed be had left them roiot-where
el-e. "Da vi. u think I'd lie about a pair of
I Knsperdere?" gasped he, as the Jiwful supi-
con lia-nea upoa nun. Airs. VAioieign was
not prepared to back up this proposition'
perhaps she die not consider it at at all. tun
she was confident that they had been mislaid,
ind said t-o, while Mr. Cobleigh, holdini; up
his garments, danrrd around in a very
furious manner. Finally a compromise
was made wilh two ftiiim of
noolrn rloth, with holes at the ends, and the
(.oMiixhs wentto church in no very happy
s a'e of mind. At night, when Mr. Cobleigh
retired, and drew olfliis upper wardrobe for
that IHirpo-e, vehemsnt exclamation at
trac'eil the at'ention cf Mrs. Cobleigh, who,
loo!un, around, beheld a very shcepieh
Iookinj man trying to disengage pair of
fi'penders from under a tisht-fjilii-g tinder
shirt. "Well, I declare," commenced that
iidy, ,!I " "well you just shut tip and
goto bei?" sivagely demanded Mr Cob
Itih. She did.
A IMItlS nltTBESV.
Tiie San Francisco BcUrlin says:
Charles Ben Dirwin, the Afcisisct Dis
trict A;u;rcey, noticed the whith-h appearance
ofaaand hill near Steiner TCreet, north of
Greenwich, m.d kcoriDg that it ejus: be one
ol the shell mounds so common in that vi
cinity, he examined it. It b not so exten
sive as many others on this coast, cor to
"ip cieii asscvtrsioiiiersou HJiapeninJUls,
andfew people take any special interests in
such places, though they are signs of the ex
istence ncVe of a once numerous Deoole..
Many cf these mounds in California are of
va-t extent, and are composed almost wholly
of seaTshtlls, some of the piles having been
constructed from level plain to a height of
thirty or forty feet, though most of them are
evidently on leveled ground, selected, per
hsM, because beyond the reach of tides, or
for the purpose of overlooking the surround
ing country, like the extensive one at Man
teray. One of these huge piles, situated near
ttie San Pablo road, near Oakland, is built
up almof t entirely of shells from the level
ground to a height ol fifty feet cr more.
There is another on Mr. Roger place in Al
ameda, anijthe Shell Moucd Nursery is lo
cated on another. Oil this .peninsula there
are lhreeor four small ones and one or two
quite extensive. The Digger Indiana pro-
less to Know no more ot these piles, or
me people who cna-trnctrit inem, than
the whites do. They hij the member of
their tribe were never in :l.e hibil of congre
gating on toe coast to eat Dueil nib, and tbat
the nionndi have alwin been there since
their recollect ton, and "they have no tradi
tions to show that their'forefathert knew
anything of the mound builders. The mound
near Greenwich and Steiner is not composed
wholly of shells, but is an ordinary sand
heap, with a layer of shells from two to
four fitt ia thickness, en the surface, and
some iopIe surmise that the shells were de
posited by tho sei, and tbat the wind has
driven the sai'd tff in places, so as to leave a
hill 1 ere and there. This explanation might
appear reasonable as lo some localities, but
not to all. The shell mounds of this roast
differ materially from the celebrated ancient
mound of Ohio and the Mississippi Valley,
and were evidently ronstiucicd by a diderent
people, and lor diaereut reasons. As yet
very little attention has been paid to them,
the people of California being 100 busy in
the struggle for wealth to leave much time
for investigations out of curiosity or for the
purpose ot fcientific inquiry. Mr. Darwin,
however, having nothing else to do, com
menced digging with his cane into the side of
the hill, where the wind had blown away
the sand, leaving the layer of shells exposed;
and while thus engiged, unearthed in the
sand, under the shells, a complete skeleton,
the bones lying as if the man (or woman)
had been in a kneeling position. Mr. Dar
win intends to present the skeleton to the
California Academy of Science, when it is
heped some good guts may he made as toils
agp. It is believed by the finder to be the
remains of a b-ing of .1 race n w extinct.
LENAPE VIEW OF THE FAB5
The Farmers of the 25th District
ItO.V. 'S-JtON.-f. t'XTi I.rtTf.
a This gentleman made one of the shiest
legislators ever sent from Leavenworth to
Topeka. We understand that the prospect
now is that he will become a candidate. Wc
know that if he con-tnU it will b at the
fucrifiseof large buinc.s interests, b.it the
demand of the people of his ward is for his
services in the Legislature. If he choie to
ran he would bo elected over all opposition,
hot we aro l.id to note the fact that lie will
be the 'unanimoaa choic: of the ward. Go
ing in this way his influcacc will be ten
fold. Wc therefore say stneu ! Send from
every district men r.s able, as capable, ar.d
as trae to the interests of our city and State
as the Hun. Tho. 1'. Fenlon.
Tilt: i.kt. i:i.i:-i iion.
The solid old Bjsloa Adraiiscr takes a
cheerful view of the recent elections. It
ees no catire for ubrm in the Ileptihlican
camp, and bears no eridencc that the Ke
pabliciu party has lot vitality. The -Sdrcr-iser
Oil the whole the Republicans iaiy con
gratulate them-clves ou the result, aa show
ing that at least there has been r.o reaction
in pMir'cal sentiments. The vote has gen
erally been lil.t, and the interest taken in
the elections has nowhere been comparable
with that oflatyear. It would have bcea
not at all surprising if ths majorities had
been largelr rtduced, and the fact that thev
are quite up to the average proves that the
.Republican party retains its f!rci!'.Ii and
A 1'ICMU rat: II.
A rand pilgrimage to Jerusalem is atthir
moment beinz organ ;z:d under the auspices
or the Archbishop of Paris. The pilgrims
will leave Marseilles cbjnt (he middle of the
month on one of the steamers of the Messa
frie, and after stopping n few days at
Alexandria, will visit the works at the It-'.l:-aus
of Suez and then proceed to Jerusalem.
Excursion will afterward be made to Beth
lehem, Jericho, Jordan, the Dead Sea.
Mount Carmel, St. Jean d'Acre, Beyrouth,
Ac The return journey will bs effected by
Smyrna, Athens, Sicily end Marseilles? The
duration of the whole trip will be clout two
months and s half.
Tme Wyandotte HercJd, Demccratic, puh
liebes the testimony of the Cobb-Taylor libel
ait in full, and comments ts follows ou the
Both tho parties to the tuit are political
opponents ol ours, and to neither have we
er been bound by the ties of friendship.
As a result of our relations with the litigants.
Oar position has been one that has been en
tirely free from bias or prejudice: The
tabborn facts stittd by our neighbors under
Die solemnity ol an onth, are a clear and
complete vindication of CoJ. Cobb fron the
tjairges alleged againt hiai? and ehow that
he has been not only grossly misrepresented,
Brt shamefully slandered by these charges.
We have never been the frier.d ot Col.
Cobb, either politically or otherwise; indeed,
(jar relations have many a time been of a very
pleasant chaaacter, yet we deem it but
Janice to say that the mann;r in which he
Ms been vindicated by the testimony elicit
ed before the jury ought to be very gratify
iag tokim and his friends.
tun bsksimj r thi: cojikox.
By-special telegraph froai Topcka, we
Wve full particulars of the burning of the
Cbsaawarcslta printing office. The S15.00U
iaaarancs will about cover their loss. Trey
will lose largely by incidentals, which tlways
Real burnin; out, but will io part be
CMipeBsated by the nsw outfit, which the
aamoaat insured will eab.e tbesi to obtain.
Tbey will have the sympathy of the entire
Ttwt ol the State in their misfortunes.
The book bindery, of Crane, & Byron
U to fae valued at $19,009, and which
wm lesared for $31,039, seems to us,
if 'the statement is trae, to bear
yleia ind'cition that there is
ataaethrcg rotten in that concern. Particu
larly fa it suspicious when we note that the
-2; 1m wm first discovered In the book-b'nding
From what we Lave heard of the
f the hook-bindery, it was sot worth
Thn-e who were eo uufortunatr, yesterday
morning, as to l- ob!i.-e I lo depend upon
the Leavenwor-h J i.iu tor their new, bad
the privilege o' reading bat a meszre par
t'ou of ibe iTjiifilings .f the CVholic
Union, now in e-!0lI t.t tU L'llis. the
Umo'i in benevolent crgtiiizt'ton of In-h-
meu wiiliin t:.e CathoI:u Olmrsri. iise
iin-eling is a ra'ional one, ai.d if.e proceed
ings are matters of iniere-'t to nil Citl.ol.c
peojile. It-it pce they are Citbobrs, the
1IJIE4 s;ip(,rc r their proieeilir.g". We an
nul Cill.oli.-s. but re belitve in religious tol-
eratiun. and endeavor to treat all denomir.a-iin-
with iqual Jairaee. Tnis is not the
rule with the Times, boevr; every one
hoki.ows the editor of that iier kimnn
that he practices pio-criplion in even thing,
fU the ine-itie-t .ict of the kind he h-- rom
nutted late'y "as tl.ia'teiiipitoui-a.-rii-.iiuti
against ihe Iri-li littholict.
Father Blller, the O'-.tholil Priest of thi
city. took q-jjie a prominent part in tha pro
ceedings, at will be i-etn by reading t'ie
Gnnercu, but no mention of him what
ever is made in the TlMXi. CcsiEUTCiat.
We copy the abovs from Col. D. W.
Houatotd 'It-pil'dicat." organ, tihtdes of
Elith O'Goraian U-find u-". Father Boiler
we beg you to ir.U-rctde Tiiih the good Dea
oa. Calho'.ic-, cr.e and all, help.
Tell the "0.1 IVirot to have mercy.
When ths gocd Doaccn wrote the
article at midnight, jat as the Silbath hour
was brkinj uoot biai, ho-.v his heart mu-t
have rcaed for the Catholics who had Ken
po ftarf .illy wronged by Ths TlMU. Tiie
words rliich he put upon paper were cold
a;,. I unnioauiag coinpired with the intense
feeling of ryuipathy which leally existed in
his bo-om. No man actuated by fciliri(js of
humanity, will fail to thed a tear or t-.vo, or
partialis three, in eympalhy wilh the good
Dencoi. As the good Diacon belongs lo a
double di:il!r.d orthrIor church, we are
tto'jr.d to admit ttut his Jove fur Catholic: i
from the htart, -inc r-, tirapie aiii purr.
LV.ioen J foil -tori bun of ""' " -
parents, rrou c-.ir y ir.fa' v
to the teachings ! pireiiijt .. .j had the
pri'tt5t horror of- Himan Calholicism.
The good Dmcoii for thiry y.irs has len a
worshiper at the same aitar wit'i hereditary
hitirs of Catholics. Tl e gof.d Deacon for
thirty years has '.iot" ua-Ier the drippings
of the sanctuiry, nd been ojaiji-Ileil to iit
c:i lo lung eernioii, full of denunciations ot
tiie Koinan Calholtc I'riesthocd. Born and
reared in tho strictest of orthodox faith
Having dtvo'ffd fifty eara of h:s life to the
promulgation of the faith of the Old Schoo
Probyterians haviog only laft Sunday
listened to a sermon whern orotesiants wete
cautiomvl nnd warned agaiiit sending child
ren to Catholic school, where they would be
taught lo worship wooden images, we are
forced to the- conclusion that ll.c good Dea
con is net guilty of bypocracy iu writing the
editorial earned, but that he has experienced
a rSanjs cf htart, and that hereafter he will
be found each Sanday morning devoutly
wending his way up Fifth trn;t to the grand
est Citholic cathedral in the west, and there
upon bccd.d knee making full and frank
eor.fWii'in of his manifold tins lo Fathtr
General I.atticjer t'i Foreman of the
U. S.'Grsnd Jury wil. nte notice of the
change of hear: and deal fccutiy vlih the
IVau't 1. Uliir, who was defeated for liie
United St tes Senile by Mr B-gy.'lm he-n
appointed Insuracce Cotumis-ioner for Mis
souri. TVj npi-oiiitmeiit is gererally will
recivel by the n.puV.ioan pr.-'jofcur
The St. J.j-p-i Jlra!d i particilarly
Dt.a:d vii'h the fcltciioi, and mjs that
Governor V.'cyd-on haj nndj an appoint
ment that nitl meet with univerenl co.nmen
dtii. The condition of General Blair's
health will hardly crer p-:aiit the General
to enter into active politicil lire again, and
he i, liirreiore, bryoiid criiicisra as a poli
ticisn,T.hiIe every one n ust admit that he
has rendered grcU bcivi'e to Missouri, licth
ai . rlatejmati nrd h fC,Mir.
(: .vr.vi r:: utt: n::tri.i.tt!.
.iH,l f.r ;; Ottcii l.tiitds.
For over ye; r no patents have fx-eu re
ceived at the independence Lind Office on
O-nga Ce-led Lsuds. IS it this land quslion
I a becom- a ts'xte questioii. Slid Governor
Oaborn at th? great meeting at O'age Mi-
eion : "I proiKye to make ft question of
tste policy.-' It will t.o heard cf n Con-gre-
nnd the courts ulfo. Things are work
ing, l'aliinc?, jl'Ji.k and brains aro only
nrtdrd to lead thesttilers' caii'e on to in
sured tiiuuiph and vieory. Orr c.irrp-n.
cent at Indejundenc- sent ns Iho following
letter recciid Irom the Commissioner of the
G r.eral IindOJiwon Saturday li-t, rou
laining a list of patent- ou the O.ige Cided
iJejf;fer L-ind Ofia, Independence, Ka);
ii.lt: 1 liereHith irai.amit to you lor de
livery, lIuu:bo!dt, now ludeptndcr.ee, iCus.,
The iiuoib-cs above ncrc-jiond wilh the
number of the entry. By linking at the left
h t.d corner of the Itectirer's receipt, one
can trll wlKiherhis patent is in the above
lb!. Pt.rj.n Sa i.
2 '57, 215S
2. '40, 2241
A iiucMory ot IlieGiiy 'rcr.iii.-es.
fFrsra the OrsilcJ
Paris, Sept. 16 It is a remark ofien
henril iu Paris that the women who hold
equivocal jexitions le id hipphr and more
S4tishic;cir lives than do wouiin us wives ;
which, if line lo rertain evion. doc not
eflrct the fatt, cqnilly inijiortan, ilut their
deaths are gefcrally the tcit- One o
these "Inppy-iived" creatures fumi-died an
iliuMmtton the other day. She w.is hand
ui, charming, gay, witty, exlravagtnl.
She had nn elegant home, au elegmt turn
out, a ele2-mt ilri-s.imfcer. Evriythiiig
that ta-!ecj:lld demand and m.mey could
fiirn'sh rhe had. She waaafavoriteofa man
of ranS nnd fortune, and had been for twenty
yeirs. She bore his name, and gave it to her
son. But one sad diy he died, leavirg her
only his name at ha-t, (lie ri -lit to hear it
Acciis'omed to a luzuiious lile, the cmild
not now lii'i-enfe wilh it, nlthotigii redneeil
lit roniparative beggary. Herson held a 2-ie
financial position, hut he eoon infurineil In-
extravagant mother that her bills would ruin
him. and ceiled lo b acgiunlablc for her
debts. Thin b!ic formed an alliarro wiih a
rich upholster. He gave her a fine estah
lishment, and ail wen', lily, until he found
that hishu-inr'sor his "'amic" must be sac
rificed. So he told msdame she iuti-t be
ec in mical. But, as st.e w.is in. debt every
where and owed evrrybjly, eopcmlly lier
dres-nakers, and had exhan-teil her credit,
her debtors levied o-i her magnificent furni
ture, and the day of sile drew near.
She invited her upholsterer to breakfast
with her, and after banqueting bim to the
extent a brtakfact would nllow. told him she
i.mt h ive tha'. rtay 0.000 francc. Hss-vore
he (Mild rot raie the required rum, and,
amid her teirs and sob', took up his hst and
r.-i:i ci rersir.
"You will ncVir fee me Pgsin, "s-.id
mad.im. in respunse to his adieu. He
thought it a feminine "dodge,"' n I def Cer.d
rd the stairs. When he stepped out on the
sidewnld fonif thing fell with h horrible thud
at his feet. Theie was a spatter of blood and
hmins and a dal woman. Hisrompanionat
breakfast hud thrown herelt from a seconds-lory
window. Hectlled her eervant, and
the twocarried the corp-e up to her room.
The re!ect:on of the Speaker of the r.rxl
Naticoal lions: of ltcpretcniativts i the
surjictofacoluxn edilotial in tho Irdian
Io:i (Ind ) J;.-Tl, the po:t:t of which is
emtaiced in its statement lh-t '-e iaut
have a Speaker who can ha dipcsded on to
represent the wihc of tl.e people, ard o!
the patty fairly." The importance it as
cribes ti the cfsae i shown in this extract
from its article: "lie is the distributor o)
ibe real legU'ative powtr cf the Lfou'c Ii
i wholly in hi hands,and unices he chores,
It cannot be impaired or directed by an j body
e's. H: is faoyfold toorc the mister of
legislation, the director of reform, than the
President. We have been too much, accus
tomed to regard him aa s tscrc Moderator'
cf the House, an expounder of the law ot
'motions and 'cnlcr and 'rules,'- and it is
time w-jhid learned to see hira as lie reallv
is, the despot of legislation, with co restrx
tioaimt rales devistd more to obettBct than
facilitate business, and evea tbea left to fab
own contraction. He is when great popu
lar measures of interests are involved,
tanre important Ban than the President
He is pretty nearly an embodiment of the
majority of the Hoose. The duty of Coo-
cretaaicn is clear. It Is to Bake tore of a
man who is owned by Co inter est,. the tool
ofBoombiaatian, a, aile, .resolute reformer.
Whether. Le is a akiUed parlis taHan,
- V M tho book-bindery, it waa not wort 7 - .-r -r- i nflrctioo ot lijnt Wnat lignt CM tfo, i
f ' - Umtm ihofuuel rfl d a bh pvni.iag otter, fa, aa Took I flesj fa Barrttoe aad ot the least fa
gSzyT-. .-. a . 4vMi. . ut. mn 'of s iipmwM taM.' ' . Jr IftMrii Ummity. y-
111- AHISiKts-Ht aVtiiiU Hru tita I.lvc.
'1 here h is ben a greal den! of discutsion
as to the aiiittide at which human beings
c n eziel, and Mr. Glai-her liim-elt can tell
tuns intic'i about it as anybody. In July,
1S72, he and Dr. Cjxell bsctnded in a
oilljou to the enormous elevation ot 37.0C0
feel. Previous to t(.c riart, Mr. Glai-her'.s
pu!-e s ood i7u liens a minute; Coxell's
at 7-1. At 17.00 feet, the iule of the form
er was ti; that iij the latter nt lo0. At 19,
0C0 fee), Glauber's bands and I tin weie
i-atte blue, bat no: hia faw. At 21,1'OJ leet
tie heaid his hiart li-alicg, anil Ins breath
ii'S becaaia oiiprosed. At 29 000 feel he
became tenstkss notwithstanding wliica
he sroaaut. in ibe interest of science, went
up another B.009 tef, till he could no longer
ae Ins ha-.'l-, knil bad to pull ibe strings of
he vstves with bis tteih. JE'ociuu who
have to make no exertions have, of course,
i jirejtaivantsgeovir members of tha Al
nine CluV and ihce who lrut their les:
:Veii at 13 0L0 iret, ttice cltmtiers ttel Very
uncmlorutile, m.re so in the AIp, it seem,
than eNewhere At the monastery of b..
Bernard, S.117 fee: Iitb, tbe monks become
a-lhmat'C, aud are compelltd frrqaently, to
dicer.d in'o the valley of tbe Kaome for
anylhirg bu;a ' breath offreh air," aod at
the end of ten year' service are obliged to
give up their high living and comedown to
ihe umhI level. At the tame time, in Soutti
America, ibere are lo-vns (-uch as Polwi)
placed M tha top of Mount CUnc, tbe
inhabitants cf which feel B) inconven
iences. Tbe highest inhabited spot in the
world Lvhowever, the Buddhist cloi-ter of
Uaale, iu Tibet, where tweniy-oce persons
live at an altitude of 16,500 feet. The
brothers Seglajintweit, when tbey explored
the glaciers of the Ibt-Gamin in Ihe same
country, ecnmped at 21.000 feet, the high
est altitude at which an E iropean ever pasa-
ed a nighL Efen at the tcp of Mont Bunc,
Pro'. Tyndair puwes Jouct it raj En
pleasant to do this, though the professor
himself did not confess to leeltng ae bad as
tbey. The highest mountain in the world
is Mount Everest, (Himalaya) 29003 feet
and the condor has been seen "winging tbe
blue air" 090 feet higher. Ibe air, by the
wsj, is not blue, or else, as Ut Saoonre
pointed ont, "the errant mountain, which
are covered with snow, would appear blue
abo;" itrappar nt color being dec to tho
nitctioa ot light. What light en do, and
Sees, fa Barretaa, aad sot the fae la ill
By the President of the United Sates of
Tho spprojching cloe of another vear
brings with it the occsinn for a renewed
thmfc-giving r.nd acknowletigment to ihe Al
mighty It'ih-r of t!ie iinivere for the on
numberel m-rcis which he has iNs'riwn!
upon us. Abiiiidir.t liarvei'ts have bt-n
siiinrgihe revarls cf industry, and, with
local exceptions, health has been emong the
blessings enjoyed. Tranquility at heme and
iw-aca with ether rations Iwve prevailed.
Frnjtal indns'rv ;s regsinirx i s rn-ritnl re
cognition and lis merited rewards. Grad
ually, but under Ihe iiroviderce of God.
enrely, kp tru't, the ration is recovering
from the liiigprii.g ns'ilts of a drendftil civil
strife. For these and ether uircit vouch
afed it lcuuiej n aaapesjple Ion till nl.tnrt
felt nl gratifiid scknnwleilgineiit". And
with our thanksgiving we may anile pravcr
for the cessation ol local and temporary uf
ferinf. " I the-ffir? ipmnimrrd ihit on
Thursday, the 27th dav of JTovtuibsr nexr,
the pecplo meet in Iheir re-;rciiee plsces of
worship, male their nrlnosleilgmnits to I
.!....-.. 1- I-- t I
.nn'gtiiy uoii lor in ojiintics ai.uproic
tion. and lo otf-r lo Hint prsvr for Iheir
In witness whereof J ha v.; hereunto fet'uiv
hand, and ca-i'ed tie s-il of Ihe United
Sists in he affixed. Dons at tha citv of
Washington, tii's 1 1 h dsy of OtoW, in
the year of oil' Lord 1373, nnd rf the year
of the ind'-pender c of the United Stalls tlic
JigneilJ U. S. Glitter.
P.7 tl.e I'resioint :
llaati.To.v Ftm, Sc'r of Sttt
Coiisiiiernllnnn Afleetlnc (tan Pots'.
ll Illy of tteaampiloa.
Froai thu Kcir York TIum
We 6tatad a week ago that with the in
creasing tacililie for the negotiation of for
evn exciiange, there Has a lair prospect that
...ii:U ol tnu weeK would show a very
heavy total of experts. Now tbat the week
hsd clo-ed in, iu which proJuce shipmenU
are reckoned, it turns out to have been one of
the heaviest in the Volume of its exports
included in our commercial history. During
each of the two preceding weeks, the produce
shipments from this port reached, even
under the pres-ure of the most actions finan
cial eiiibarra'smenls. the unusually high
value of about SG.500,000. For the week
ending yeterdy, we find them credited ith
ihe almoet unprecedented total ot $3,378,130
iteeems exceeuingly probable tbat next
week will ehow an advance upon this large
-urn ihe shipping movement from Itew
York finds its cmnlerpirt in the exceptio
nally large receipts and shipments at West
ern ports. It need baldly be repeated that the
verification of ihestalemenl beyond all possi
bility of doubt has an obvious bearing tion
the rotation of the problem of resumption
With the check already given to our im
ports, the bilance in favor ut the country at
the end of the yiar will be unusually large.
A fresh argument in favor of tbe season-blenei-s
of a return t) specie payments comes
from Cirope. It i pretty generally known
that the German government has been a very
large purchaser of gold for some time past,
lo be u-eil in the formation of the new gold
coinage of the empire. An amount eqtiil to
$225,000 000 n.is now been coined, and the
announcement ii made that the process will
be stopped for tbe prf sent, and that the gov
ernment mints will occupy themselves ex
elusive!? wiih the new silver currency. Il
is ibe subject of some controvey whether
Germany will not require a gocd'deal more
tbati her pre-ent stock of gold as soon as the
new star.dard becomes compulsory through
cut the empire. Tbe fact remains, however,
that the drain of gold to Germany will cea-e
tor some time, and so in prove the oppor
tunity of the United States for placing its
monetary system on a specie basis.
Ihe adult population of Lenape have been
diverted by the perusal of the rricrt of the
Farmer's and Workingnit-n's proceedings t
High Prairie. I have heard few rt-jrrrta
expressed that this locality was not then and
there represented, although some of tbe pro
ceedings meet our approbation. We admire,
for example, ib bold stand and reformatory
spirit indicated by that resolution in favor of
a "reduction of taxes and an honest adminis
tration of afuirs " When men are wrought
up to tbe pitch of demicdinj; a reduction of
taxes, it is evident that something "has got
to be doLe," and then, it is cheering to
know that farmers and workingmen are Op
posed to monopoly, "professional politicians
and office seekers, believing that oSceshould
seek tbe man, and not man the office." We
have none ol ihe disreputable class known
as protes-ional ofiice seekers in our raids',
although I believe Ibere are thoe among our
citizens, (modesty forbids me to particular
ize) who would manage to be at home when
ever ofiice takes a notion lo leave the streets
the metropolis to visit this prt of the coun
ty in searcli of incumbents tor fat places. I
think I may jjo further, and say Hint there
are those among us who would not, uuder
tie circumstance, object to beirg vigorously
But what's the inc. after all, of mk:rg
such an ado over the election ot county olu
cers ? Fleet whom we may, it is rot to be
supposed that tbe Sheriff. Clerk. Treasurer.
&o., will not L"ke all the salary, perquisites
ana stealings mat tne law allow them.
What is needed is a modification of ibe laws
relating to official duties and salaries; hence
the importance of sending men to tl.e Legis
lature who can be depended upon to attend
to that kind of busintsx.
The farmers nnd workingmen denianlid
the repeal of the law exempting mortgages
from taxation, thereby eviucing a degree ol
astuteness not to be exhibited on every
trifling occasion. Tbe farmer who borrows
money," and mortgage bit land as security,
would have ibe security taxed, never dream
ing that the capitalist who loaned the money
would be likely to "tuck ou" two or three
more per en J. to on -el the taxation, and
then such taxation would benefit the "gen
eral coner. ' only, itaougti tbe added per
centage would he taken exclusively from ihe
pocket of the farmer borrower. But there
is somehow a reformatory ring in the resolu
lion referred to, and that, we pmuiue, w
what the occasion demanded.
It ia to be regretted that to much gocd
work was after all biooght to naught by tl e
adoption of a resolution to rescind, gome
thing surely ought to have b-eu accom
plished in the way of purification nnd re
trenchment to compensate lor the material
damage which the Industrial interests of the
metropolis mint have suQercd by the ate
aenceofeo many hard Working men at il is
convent! , which the nomination ot a lick. I
of "none but honot and Ci)ah.eu)eii"ou d
have saved the Bepub.icun nn-l Demo
cratic parties of the country much trouble in
the same direction.
a scrub running racs the.d iy we were there,
bat they didn't attract as much attention s
the baby show which cam? nil the same day.
Tnis brought out the female population tif
tbe city in force
Baby shows alwy draw a crowd and that
is about all that can be ejid in their favor
Abstractly tbey-are a nuisance of- the first
water and a bore of the largest calibre.
There were nine eniriee and the premium
was taken by a Leavenworth baby. Miss
Manila Holmes. Of course there were eight
indignant mothers, with any number of
soured aunts, cousins and other female rela
Thegrszd stand is built in the centre of
tbe fair grouxd in the shape of an ampi
thaatre, the seats, fac.ng inwards, tbe whole
of it covered with a good roof. In the cen
tre ot tfc icclord space is a stand foe the
judges and niuiscl . The Fort band was
on hand, and furni it delightful music on
the afternooa of Thure-'ar. The attend
ance was large Th'irsdav, .,.1 we understand
that it Wis as good on Friday aud better on
Saturday. Capr. Tough's hoise, Joe liretn.
who won the trotting race at St. Louis on
Friday, and Jerome's Dan made things
lively on the nee course on Saturday, and
we can well believe drejv a big crowd.
O ir special thanks ara due Hon. Bvron
Sher, MrCharIes Currier, cletk of the
Criminil Court, Col. E T. Carr. Leaven
worth s principal architect, and Mr. Levi
WiIon, one of the managers of the fair.
Also Hugh Burke, the editor of the Tinea.
Car. St. Joe Gazette.
7V 1 JNTTT-JEJT.
ix Roi:i;owt:i pi.tjn.taK
CoNiiDEitABl.E re.'tivetejs exists among
ther;rkin clases of England wiih regard
to the high price of fuel. Tbe laboring men
in tbe Itrgs ct'ns aro beginning to hold
luTit mietirs on ihe s-itjecf, at wtiTch fierce
denunciations of the coal monopoly, and
earnest demands for the interference of ihe
government, a:o Icing made. An immedi
ate inspection ci all lnds under the ontrol
ofll.c Sta'e, with aarie-.v to tbeopsuing up of
a ireh cial fiI.I, to be worked ia the iu'er-
et of the j-vople, instead of for tbe bcnifji of
a small trciion of the community, is strongly
nrged, h al-o the imposition of a tax on th
export of cusl to foreign countries. ThU
Ian is a proteeiive mea-iire, pure and simple
and it would l quite interesting to know
what our fre trade friends on this side of
the water thick of it. Cheap tuel is almost
as Lee-Mary as cheap food for the poor, and
in neither of these particulars is the outlook
for ibe toilicg missel of Great Britain at all
A war against divorce shysters is in pro
gress in Chicago, where the n'rml-r of the
claes are innumerable. Tt ey relieve they
arc able to rudi throt'gh ts ,!riee without
aaiy tef-rence to the merit-" o the cae, as
was folly illti-!rated for the one thousandth
time hy a cae reported in !ir Trllvnr, nf
Tuesday. Aicarding to this et.itcuiem, a
m in who Ii-td a farm of considerable vain?,
and a family, consisting of his wife an J four
children, went awsy fr..iu home, and met a
Wirnier sweetheart, whom he concluded he
would like to marry. As a preparatory atep
toward this accomplishment, be went lo
Chicago to g-t a divorce. Hi had no diffi
culty in finding a pro'essioaal who agreed
to obtain a divorce for him, wiiho-.t any ref
erence to any reidence in Chicago, or com
pliance witli any other of the f ateguards of
th- I iff. 'i he attempt would prohab'.y have
riiOCFtdeiJ, s hundreds of others of jut s
littlo merit hive succeeded before, it it bad
not been tor a mere accident. Instead of
procuring some woman to represent tbe wife.
has btn done in several ca-ee.lhe bnband
thought h; could Ik-tray or busly his wife In
to sigi,: j.:. .-tgicemeit f-,r s reference be
fore -i "1 - r in Cfcaxc-ry, where the case
could iri iit-trd tr.mogh, without danger of
any iu-p.vtioi likely lo dfcc!osaitenorrui'y.
The wiie, hotver, went on to Chicago,
with a bilie in her arm., and stumbled about
the Court IIuu.c iti n vague way until she
happened lo meet a clerk of the court, who
a'sisx-J her in lludiug the case she wanted to
inve-tiga-e, and an attorney, who ont of
charily, undertook to deferd her rights. She
wss Ipe one who bail been deserted, and who
had jieen obliged to borrow money to sup
port her family d-irii-g her husband's ab
reno. It was his purio-e to procure a di
v.uey. anil then sell out the farm on which
his family live-, leaving them no means of
support and no redress. St. Louii Glob.
They have been following the new depart
ure to practical re-tilts in the 25.ii Beimtiti-
can District (l'ougauoxir, Sherman, IJsno
and atrangeri of this county. A pitty tun
posed of farmers htreiofoie. coiiiie.iet wim
both of the political pirtirs, met at Beno on
tbe lth insl., by delegates tr.iui ihe ee vera I
townships, to nominate candidates for tht
Legislature and County Hoard of Commis
s ouers. Mii-era. C. W. Lswret.ce, C. C
Duncan, ll. Taylor and Messrs. Stauton,
Sexton and Huliing-woitU wanted to go to
the Lt-gii-Iature, and Me-srs. l'hiniie-"ey,
Holleuback, Henderson aud Pickens cou
fessed ambition to get into the County
Board. Dr. C. W. Lawrence, of Benn. wa
nominated for the Re,.r sntative.and Jsoif
Pickfiw, of Sherman, fur Couimi-iiMner
Both ihe-'e gentlemen ore old settlers, and,
an they are nominees of the fanners' pirty,
ncbody, of i-ourse. will djtibt their
honeety or capacity. It is probable that the
Democrats and Bepublicms of the DUtric
will unite Uion bii opjKJ-ition lic-ce:; tor
after all, there is h chancel hat the gentle
men do cot embody all the'fitnefs for there
ofit!on, and all the honesty the e'lrnct tan
boast of; and it is possible that the Farmers'
Convention diJ not represent all the political
sentiment of the district.
O.i r place has lately been vi-died by mem
bers of heavy business firms iu Kansas City
They represent business as dull, and the
general prospects at the great railroad center
by no means encouraging. If these gentle
men are seeking a new location they will
find good and cheap b-iildiog lots ani great
possibilities of improvement at Lenap-.
Less. re, Oil. 19, 1873. J. A. B.
i-m: LitAVuwoitTH rua.
It being quite early in the morning we
loot a stroil ab.-tit tLe city noting clang-"
snd improvements. Some very bind'rime
residences ami good h'l-iuess fiouses have
been erected since our I ist visit, and L?av
en worth, though not improving as rapidiy s
St. Joseph, is tar from being a dead town. It
has an enterprising population as any city in
the west, and if her leading citizens could
only pull together she nould yet make a des
perate struggle for the supremacy.
Her wholesale hoie, of which there are
a nu tuner oi goon ones, are giving Kansae
City a lively Missel for the ric.a trade of tbe
Kaw valley and southern Kansss, and her
manufacturers have a wide field in which
they are practically without a rival. She
has a spier. iid and extensive carpet factory
and Ler stoves can be found in almost every
huti'e in the interior of Kansas, plenty ol
Euslraes of Itenilnc Uuliei iu
A Sea loUrvtew with a Lady EagajoJ ta It.
"I am the inventor of this lusiuess." she
said, "although 1 may have got the ides.
Irom an arncie in the oi some time mro.
describing hosr d:es suits nra renitd io gen
tlemen, ii you Know anything about wo
men you know that the une-l ot them have
not only a .a-:i)ii for dros but a weakness
for novelty. The woman wiihr one calico
drejs wants trro, and tne woman with leu
silk dre-ses wants eieven. The rule is goo I
with tbe owutrs of lha un-t complete ward
robes. Another thing-you may not know,
women don't like to wear ihe came dr-s to
more than one or Iwo pintes iu one reai-on.
Njw, it is upon thre temalj rharacteriMics
ibat I thrive. You ttouol naturally gue-o
that only p Kir ladii-s i ire driest; but that
i-mteo i.itiier tbe reverse in tlu-ntse. A
gooil uianf ol my ciltcis ii,ie witbiu a few
blocks of litre in iheir carriage?, and then
wain ibe balance of ihe nay Ii wnuhfn I do,
bless you, io ie caiijiit iuriiig a ores-; hut I
i-au asi-ureyoii iliat iniiiy a bjrrowed cne is
srorn at ft-hloriahle gatherings, fcoiuelline",
io , a lidy from out ol ios.ii wjnts to u to a
(any or to the o;wn. Sue lias only her
raveling i!rrs iiu, her,an. rirn.We.i tinry
.s her only lecoiliee. 1 i.e I ii-inrrs, ho-
ivtr, is n-t entirely c.t.tiud io rmting
party drea-es. 'liure is an ccc.i-ional call
for a street ilress rome-imes by a rhop girl
ho wants lo indulge IU an atlernoou alk
on Broadftay. Oi.c; i.i a uinle nn a"tic-s,
siidileuly ca.Ud uooii lo play a lisrl out 01
her hue, or Irom a iii-irf lor greater va
iely lhan her wardrtit-e affoid', rents a drtcs
for a week; bu; tiiey usually aut dre-ses
hat are loo ei.owv, or no pcniliar, or pro
nounced in color an 1 make-up lor my tu3i-
"lriwisthat? Well, I'll tsil yen Ii
srould half kill a lady lo be caught weiring
I hired dress. To pio'ect them Lgiin-t such
a terrible cit.i'troplie I ni-it alter ihe ap
pearance ol lrts (verriirne u is worn.
5j you see the colors must not be loo odd,
nor iho Hiyles too prcutiir. Women heal
ihe dickens fur rem. inferring what other wo
men weir, but by a little ing.-uu'ty I man
ge in dt-gnise uiy jro'ds so lint they em't
be lecogmzed. As I have s-.id, 1 only i.v
colors iliat urc not lte out:, f alter the
liimuiing, too, every lime it is worn. A slight
ehane in ibis r,pect is ei:oui:b to destroy
the indeinily. Of conn-e if r u saw a drcs
one nisht with ooe kir.d tf irimming and
ihe next night uith anoti.er kind, ni.il uorn
oy a ditl rent lidy in a different githerin,
you would not be apt lo leogiiizj it -imply
necau'e the cut and color were ihe eame Be
sides, I usually have to wais3 it,r each
ekirt, so cs to be able to tit ditierent siz-d la
dies, end il,ei:e are not rut in the -ame style
Here, for instance, is a purple silk skirt and
two waists. One is lw necked aod v.-ry
short sletved. lint is large enough for a
tolerably plump l-jdy. 'll.e other is for a
sleader tjrin. i I is onlv cut rquare in the
neck, a-d il. ntfiiij :rt-1, ng. r.;urilly
ihe plump i . ea mm ihj fir: kind, and ihe
slender ones the ii.er. if ail i:y patrons
would crow .f h e-.; it would eave a va t
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.
Largest House In The State
THREE FLOORS TO SELECT FROM
All Goods Xrked h PIaIh Vigmrm Mt PA1VIC PRICES.
TVolesale and JEleta.il. '
In eiFO-trz ray fait ud. winter prls ll.t t voald swrctfaUr lnr.4a m. ftndef Un,,wcrh
Cans. .1 d PUtU eonaiy. Mis-oa 1, ili-t I tare xereis d cast can ci la iiu mi ih.m i .1.51
uuiwwu.l.w,,!!,,! rsj., but aMirifie pub.Ie Ih.t
nsut- ih.l I eaa. wl 1 -ul do lett Ui ,r. LoXa..r m.Ji up c-oth-ieM
saonr ttua auy other bwsa ia th- vitf-
with tbs t met. I do not daoa It ac:
I shall brails sjito to dea.uBStr!'
lr ml lurtuaiuc cosas iw
Oatalosuo of 3a oxx's Stilts.
LOT. PRICE. I OT.
107 1 Brawn Jeans mils ,,. ? 00 ii.t Brown Cut ."cjiea satta
1010 u ej as a s 50 67 ao liuonrl nm uits.
So3 iiesry dark (a cy satinet suit
M.-i dj mr do da do
3.-S1 Hark brown mils I un oa caa suits
0-J)i Fani y plaid satit.st suits.
9 01 4741 Brows w.xal Imp rata Sshs .
u iu zoai aMn-uia.uoai cava am s.
. 23 14)
III llssT, lirown anion cast nt is .
vsss do f ley lailxl caj. aa U
.VM7 Extra Let? y A I raUact suiu
7ii,3 i.rey mixed eass suiia.
10 OS Ju'ii novo I ai.ad Eujil a L ray iiila 23 00
iiwj awn ra-cy imp cat cuiout tu-n.aia. 3 00
12 00 A ua ori lupdia naicustiaaauJo suits. VS 00
(SO I Town tnl.ed ruuiu .
lliri Striiidacutthcuasul a
3vU HIacs silk mizad raasraits-
UW Oto V4I ac.ipe fooca At no
izeti 3ett Urey . o 1uikcm ds do
IS 00 iu .a EnccoidL-vl do do d
14 00 Sa74 Sratda mciiou &j d.,
l0i 6 7 fcoa b im mi i coaliaj d d
KM rtsS eaoc. padawech di Ut,
U 711S Blue trii'O.ere-s do do
17 00 S tt rag I.i a ixXd cn.tn( 4j .'o
IS 00 ZaM Ue.sy i-ueda,on 1 ao do
.Itli 704 t "anty taik ira.. ca-a do
.1-09 t-lt (try do km da d do dj
3 sj 7741 aary mi ick do do do
. 3U uu iwi i ar tr-a..ia.nal it, do
0 0 742 BcksLc iittaed imp do d.
SO Oil 14S1 a Sai.cy dra diagonal d do
SI fi 7Ui dor d. S-ocli do ii
. Si M 77a I xtrs Bnt-icy daguoal do d
aMCoXat'sa Ooat audVoat.
5" K Heavy tt unin twarar suiu- -2737-aBra;n
rr7S ti ra haiy blk allk mixed sulca
..i '.rry rvoicn can mia . -
a.va uic TaiTaiesa saiis.. H
J7SS Drab Kognaa coiduroy tuita
7 99 do uiad casa aalia
Soil Bran Eol.tU oorduxor ulu...
-774 Bmwutaoet Scot h suiu .
51.-3 C Blk silk mizskl diagonal -
LO'. PHI. C
71U Piece ntuebutat eoataal tm! 5tS 0)
o r 11 ued tevfiiMsidiiuua nui aad ( J W
. Ut cla 1. f ucy dii oaa. da da do S3 10
Zl s A B'us i: o h oa ! do do 2 0
2Tt-3 Kit ena Suactoth d.1 da do 3u
.53 Fiue b'au ca e d.aoaii uu tio do 27 id
75JI t's-iey Who diij;ni! coat an! to t
7ns Ka ny b.uo i.a.-uai4ie-l d Ji.
SO $ H u- b.-c. . do do d., ..
3.-3 BlcS-lnp ddlaiiuatdo iu o.
A.U Ul c UUlr lo do do do .
SMI luedU.oual l.l-! out do do.
Ir27 itroan union ca.-t s-al'a
71 Cru'ii ii.lxsl iitiijn cas, in
i.9S i.lct m gad c.. ru t- -
37sf V cy cot b css aatia.
10 70 (,ieyao:iib ibcvlo 9ui;s...H
77J r y mixo.1 ei.a u t ...
tZS llmsd coa ils ills
Ibl u.aei. sum xed cats sous
1C iro ao.
rEI-E la T.
tl uO 703J srr ,u u s.ye aaiti
. IS 0 7,0 Fan J ca o ..
14 00 7i73 io ?c 'c' d i
. 14 01 718S d. i-la d Scotch do
1 00 7aid B .. Ir o,t uo
..IiO) syitl at all,, b'cstrlrotuo
16 io s7 FiOosiIK mixislcat aidint..
. ll aO lli eIlKrliCri K-'Stl'll abd lest
43 drey ui'xtd J-.jket snt pants-.
1071 I'iii.M'!i.ii .uiis.--.-.-.
7.'6" F nry pat met suit .
237 iey mixed cass amis
7SIJ Ca el ifrey d t .
17 Ul) 2.07 Blaa Laiiwrts i tra e ensto - uid -.-.- Sa ts)
o ? x-a.
1137 iey M-olcb
571 Fin. T lo
icji riacxailx ttnx-d Caat tills
IG-I Giey l x d eaa d i .
1C5 Irjaii uo co dn .
1 SS Daik )lu.-sl!k mixed do .
IClJ liaaiydark uix.d do .
nu ii. lot.
s JO Kit Finer
.a) ,14a Dark do salt oss uit
8 .) rati rsnuy uixei di do ....
. a 0 76J l .1.. i.Ia.d d do
uo IHI Black t! mtx.d exsa .a.n..
. 10 to
5i BtUtt dt SOIsl d
7 8S ite a n,d raa do ...-
7 44 ilri-y tuiae. m.-r'int eas snit
W-ts Hlx.k d s.la urn !
Vj73 F uy l iu d , d i -
8114 ett-a-UeM'elifcot do
lSifo Bl'io laiicaior lt .
1 1 V
. .. -) OO
?a-XXaCaX-.-3Xa' aT7X'X-. 23 i-3 'X'O o.
..rce:y tver do 1 rtnt u
Ilorae Ittlores rptart.
Two Arsna horse thieves were arrested
on tail's creek, in this cojqIjj, on Thursday
last hv a farmer and his son. Tha farmer
and his biy were engaged in herdine cattle
when tt nifn approach', and the arrest
was made purely on tbe suspicion appear
at.ee of the two strangers. Thsy wera de
tained until morning, whan a sheriff from
Arkansas and posae of men arrived in purs
suit of them. The sheriff and his pots im
mediately started oa their return trip home
with their prisoners, hat it cxtreculv
donbtful if the thieves ever reach Arkansas.
Tbetr health will prooablv fail en tha war.
-xt. eeou avoauor.
A Z-tcr in New York mji aha doesn't
want to be teemed about extravagance,
when, fo her knowledge, the yonat; man of
tee period nnnta noose bills of 980 for Beck
ties, and $250 for a few naira of ivorv mmd
ozydiaed buttotsa, and a nifhtwowa of Uae
India ailk, poflesl and rcaaaa in siafal
tasnion, for S80. mm half n donts f raw ailk
Boderwear. at flS titct,nnd Balsa knan
tlm srfal Mmplslan.
T'li'is C'urles Reade's description of the
heroine of his novel called "A (simpleton :"
" il.'sa Lnu'ignan was a dark hut dazzling
Ivi.uty, ith oal black hair and glorious
d itb eyes, that seemed to beam with soul all
day Ion ; hr eyebrows black, straighti-h,
and rather l hick, would have bsen majes'ic
and rather ssvere bad ihe other feitures fol
low h! suit ; hot her black brows were sue-c-e
ded by long silky lasl.rs, a sweet oval
face, two pouting lips studied with ivory,
and an exqoisitn chin, a feeble as any man
c-iuhl oc-i.t; i,t .Lj artner of his boom.
Person j-tr-.iyhf, iListic, and rather tall.
Mind, riLoie-n. AccomplishmenU, mime
mus. A poor trench scholar, a worse Ger
man, a worseEmlish; an admirable dancer,
an inaccurate musician, a good rldrr, a bad
draught-woman; a baa hairdresser, at the
merry nf her maid; a hot theologian, know
in; nothiii;; a sorry aceoua'ant; no house
keeper; rofeirastrrss ; a fair eabrcideress ;
a capital geographer, a"d no nook.
"ovtnwea term Hall:
Senator Iccalls will start to-day on a trip
to Xnrthwe'tern Kansas, He goes to Wa
terville, and thence Ihroogh Washington,
Repablic, Jewell and Smith counties as lar
west as Phillips conniy. Betnroicg, he will
come throszb Konks, Osborne, Alitcne'l and
Cloud counties. He expects to be absent
ten days or two weeks. His visit is made
with a view io gaining' a personal knowledge
nf the wants anil necessities cf Northwestern
Kansas, by observation and consultation
with the people. He desirrs to know what
tbe people want, ncd how their intervals" cm
be beat served. He will receive, we have
no douht, a cordial welcome (mm the settlers
of the .Northwest. Atehiton Ckatim.
Pat' has 8rrtitaeBiro." A Boston mer
chant relate the following conversation be
tween two bell boys si the Fifth Avenus Ho
tel, Sew York:
Fat asks Mike, "What's this seaprnticn
of the banks ?" Mike replies, "I'll tell ye.
Soppos ye haye five cents" "Yis."
"LTe it wid me." "Ti." "Next day ve
want it, and ye ax e fur ii.', "Yis." "I'll
tell yt co, sir, I have ned it myaelf.' "
Wbight 4 Bust set op a superb btt
Innca cverr Btfht at 12 o'clock fer their
patRMB. Ams awaw awprovn BUtaara lanaca,
goo-ial ri-ht in the city makes Lcavcn
wortWt desirable point for manufacturers
and tin', to St. Joseph it is the lea-ling man
ufacturing city tn the Missouri valley.
The old Planters Iioue, kept by that
prince of ho'el keepers, Jep. Rire, still hold
its on as one of the best hotels in the Mis
souri valley. Mr. J. S. Jenks, t-.e so'xl
looking clerk, who has stood behind . the
counter for nine years, don I look any older
than when wc first !ehe!d his smiling face.
Toward' iifioii w mountel a hack and
weeded our way slon with tiie crowd to the
f dr gronwl.
The C)iiierciaf hade bo ml -h-inty and
the Timet a wall tent for hea 'quarters on the
Fair grounds. Itjth kept o;itn house and
a jollier set of good fellows than the mein
b'rs of the Leavenworth pros are not lo he
found this side of sundown. V promised
to initiate the whole lot of them into the I
C. O G. T. if they would come up lo St.
Tue 37mes headquarters were presided
over for the most part by Hugh Burke, the
editor, and Fred M. Somen, tbe lively Iccal
of tha establishment. Col. D. II. Anthony
put in an appearance during the attirjojii
to receive several of chau.paa-ue an-J
notirbon from Judge If. M. Aller, in txrhall
of James N. and Calvin F. Dimes. Ju.l-e
Aller made a little spetch, and Anthony r-
simnded in handsome style in iKbitf of the
Timts office aod the gentlemen lotmtcttd
with the Fair.
He ihfiifced the Messrs. B'Ur.fS for their
liberalitv, er.d eccepted it as a token of ctoJ
will from the people of Platte cwmty, wtnse
interests rre clo-ely identiCed with Leaven
worth. A ar number of di-tintm-hid
gentlemen were prc-tht and partook of tbe
treat. Amoa ether i we noticed Govern jr
Oiborn, General Stewart Vauvlltt, Ueorse
Noble, Ai-i.s!a.t Saparintendent K. 1. K.
R.. Col. A. C Dswes, of .St. Joseph, Itcss
ir.t'on, of tlit Tcirkn GjmmonireaffA. F. A.
Koot, of the Holtcn Ljyttt, lion. B. bher
ry, JoJaie of the Leavenworth criminal
court, and a host of others whose names da
ccr now cvor to us. The presw nf Leaven-
wnnh are loud in praise of H. . Gillett A
Co., who'rs.l li'l'i'.-r ilealers, r.d .Messrs.
Simon fjisier, oiinconista and cigar deal
ers, who ki pt 0 th- supplies at l.eacjquar
tersdurng ihe w-ek.
l?he Leavsnworlh fair was a very cred
itable show, taking it eimply as a county
fair. There was no effort iu ide to rivai the
Sl Joe or Kan; Ci"j erpoeitions by the
people of the city, ar.d there was Let. very
little inducement held out for jood trottere
or running boras to attend tbe fair. There
was a orl di-play ot grains, vegetable and
fruits. The fruit di'piay ws very fine.
Jackson and Atchison county fruit growers
were on hand to compete wiih the fruit
growers of Leavenworth on their native
hfith. and we understand got away with
most of the premiums. There were several
good herds cf shorthorns, durhams and Jer
sey cattie, ana a gooa eprniauo oi com
mon cattle. There waa a fair showing of
sheep and twine, and some excellent speci
men of riding, drstrcht and carriage horse.
There waa a good display td patchwork,
tie-die work, fellies, preserves, pickle. Ac.
and from the boisterous discussion between
two sewing machine agents, we giirs tnat
this interest was not unrepresented at the
deal of trouble.
dress without iavn io lit cut or take in
ihe wai-t. Now, l.ere is one lhat I was work
ing on when yot called. B.ue riik ? No,
no, that is satin, rot e: k. The wai-t i,
small no it you t.eie n corr-et cletk you
would (.-tii-s a; eight lhat it itidn't mea-ure
twenty inches. Ii was worn !u-t night by a
youni; I i-ly whom 1 know in 1 c ia more lhan
comfortable cucuic-tances. Sue cmcltidtd
rather suddenly to go lo h party, had noth
iu to wear Tiia: is to say, die "hid i.otltinj;
lhat she hsdn't orevioil'ts v.-irn ai irather-
ina wnere toe ,.nas people lis-i seen her.
Ttie dies-s is envai'til .oe ti.-uiornrr niIu y
a lady rluhtW . ititir, ar.d 1 am letting it
out and altering ihe inuimi-gs.
"What do I cu.iri.i-? til, from liiree to
Sve dollars fur party dree-tSj .iil Iesa or
elrctt drrs-e;. Ii thiyet ejotttd, lorn or
diinaed b-iod a res-t-n ille amount of
weir, I charge I ir that. You n a nice
dres is an ease thing to spoil. A sp lied
cup of elite, cr a hu ree .sit, and ii is
gone; hut I hive mi advantage lh.il ilre,s
coit renter h.su'l I tan m.ke over my
damaged poods m.d n leu I-m. ii:-ia out as
sood as new again. Yet, wan uli ihe exr.e
3v Krown union cats sut's-
:V -licx ati'eiesn do .
131 F ucy ca a ii .
'.7 lin ca s do .
MAl Br..wu mixed ess do
US) lirab do do . o ,
SJl B ue-lla?oial d -.
1 131 lJeltt drab uiixed cau auila- .
Kol lirey ilcttuu ik oTercoats-
;7'j itoier arrs-MstioQ frock oiercuU
&917 Bruwn mixed do dv do .
sjjI Bail, uuiou c oth stck da
3?2) Vrrmentsr.y Inxk do -.
.1C1 Veimou xrey aacx do
i llaeCbinebilUrro L d -..
66J) Grey dt ark do
srti7 B uo uli do do do
S3.-5 lue do fioik do
SVC ISacS unl .n baTerf"ruok do -.
r.; ir y satojexir tenib. .
:o-j I ai. in.on iioin ta ma .
sivi laiendtr CbirihlllaaacK oiar
MO I.Ue do frck do
7013 id t l-rown Kersey tack do
&ila Mi:-l.Liuchll.a do do
II1S liter Me tuilinrl wilh Jtana
571 d ito do do coiloa Banuel.
sVS dt da i'o do da do .
7J-1 da d exira hciirr .
blLi Verirout r-ar as 1 a I ,
fclT-a Kli.e CbincblUa
P8It:E. lot. 1RICK.
-s il SO 2s0 f.xtratiasy brown uuruit-... -$li 10
7 .4 Wl raiir) cat, braided do II to
V 00 S7J -.u-cto.b do do II W
OJ 77S r y mi el late t style do -- It to
y Ul) -B ow c ib braid d do II 00
1(1 UO 10" J Kitra O.a ol le do d .. . 12 W
. li) W lsS llrowtt cl.db vo vei rolliD.tulUr ,u,ts. IS s)
Id uo 6-a Urao t'Lct.U arty Lia d d lu 11 -c IS CJ
OVH ROO at-X-al .
PlUCe- . .r. TKtCK.
7 3d 7a-a DraS Kerx-y sick ot rr.-fat. tl" UJ
8 50 Z17i) 8 a lme.ried C lucui..a c ov, r oat 2U Oo
ll) Is) Clii ik tuosn kera.y d do 20 u
11 uo 26 S-a B.ack IxaTer frock d 2100
I.-OO SC17 fluo do raek d 74 10
11 (M zC42 lr b imp'd nerwy custom unda do 23 )
, 13 u .wU-aBoii uiixe.1 do do do d . nu
11 SO 2!6 BUe lol'd ' blucb. do do ila 21 Hv
IS CO Siu7 Bluo lo vsr ll. U. d o do 2o 00
13 UO J. -. Fiueiast .r b.a er talmas cu.lom made 27 0
II 0J 2710 Bltckoermaula te.ver Iroct do do 7S l"
13 in 2.ti Drab Knsi sb -enay do
11 10 27-a Ur ,wu do do do
14 00 Su 1-jiir, biuebeavarP. U. da
17 00 82W d Llik do do do
20 UO SoSi do liown do do ito
20 UO SkM do LUa d fKalk D. 11. do
SjtS Dark gr j Melton ovarroits
9t91 -I xed grey do do .
ot:7 lilue i iu bilui do .
210i Vennout grey d
SKu tl.o hi ebilla do
25S) Kxirs Vermont any dj
st-..-a Ktue ctuncbitla oo
illl-a il-owa do d
il.fi 1.U do do ...-
131 Drab Chinchilla sealtkin boaad.
17 Uroti mixed cas braid, d
2311 Drab Cuiuc-llU bra dol
till do do Velvst bouud
. 9 M
. 7 W
t) 60 27atf-a do d.a-1!! t do
O T JE3 SsX.CsOanVZ'aaa.
1'KlCet la IT.
S 01 2111 1 1 ray rhinehtlls overcoat ,,.-
S 00 754 B uoca-lor a ma . . .
7 V) arkit-a Via lulled alailoa OVercval
. 7 9-1 7S1 Drab Col-chil!a do .
8 f 7M Uiucator talma
50 IMS Dara ulxsi otelion over
a VO 2u71 Drsb d do
. 10 A 2U7l-a Brown ulxsd do do
, 10 O) 2M Biuo Uarer do
d, tn iu
.1, 2s oo
do S- uu
do SI Oi
o W u-
do 3Z l
2li7 U Brown ChInbUl
8-113 Hlua ".lack do . 10 Ci
Vi B uorxira Clinch 11a , It oo
27JO d. d do , !"
2277-a I ui p. rial coM uiltid C-liicUui-- lo 10
Pa ICE. LOT.
S 6 00 1&"3 Drab Chiochtl!a Kln IVItlia ss
. 7 00 1iU7 Dark greeu do do do
7 50 44)7 Light luiistriad ea-a Klrj nllllams.
i) OU tM Diau do do do uo .
. IU If
... to Uo
dien r, a nice iji-es is ilane lor in about one
-esson, so votl pie the proGt isn't h grtat
ifTer all, len vol consider the constant
work of altering and retnmiuing. It is ;,aj.
lul worrisome, iio. Wnuieii are i pir.hu
lar. A diers nev.r iiacily tnis, of ccur.-e,
and ihepii. :ic of Hha'ahis naioe Job?
lhank you is i.ielid to p.iaae th-m. A
great uisoy, tia, ci.iut- out ol mere c:irii.ilv.
just to find out I! dso-ex are realiy ai.d linlv
rented. JVriiaps ilicy ixjici to c.i -i: e to
ol fieir liitnss hiring in-. Tt.t-y aKaj-pii-k
out a ilriTS. iho-ij'i, Md ear: Keei,
that for uie uutil i.m. Wedne-iliy,' oi, 1'n
ma-e up my ui'nil in umr.-i w ' I i .r
look on ;ibrasin as made i. itli n whimii
until tl e Kinney is ia my 1. nils, mil 1 a.
wa7Sget uiv un iod'ii.iu. VliS r.i.i"T
do I ti.tve Egiiii-i lueiii-j the lrr-? Ue.i,
if tne lady givi- her iu u ami aildrm 1 in
sist on een ling ih- i!ie,i i.ome lor t,cr. Thai
gites me so oppor-iin.ty to liarn whe'her
she has given herrijl.t n.ir.e. ui d if nl.e lies1
why lhat is ntctiri.y tnr.uh. 1 l.u ficti.
tl.at my callers give a.r ttimiy tnri.-i.h. Oje
Sya al.el-.as plf Illy of ilr.swM t OU.I-, tdl
mil hire jii.'j. :.. r y.?t tor the fun of tfietlii,--;
another hi'ii't i,nie to gt o.c made; an
other cm 't eee why it is .ij.y Wnrre t' line n
ball ii re-1 ifi.-n a iaa.quir..de costume. A
if I cared why i.iev pa'rur.i'i t j?. J n-ver
ai-k any niorequ-Tt-i.ns rhan 1 cm f.clp, and
so I teldom know whre tLe o.-iwi are
worn unlu-o they Tolunteer 'he ii.rcrioaticri
X-jw, here is a new wluiesilk hat was bind
Ihst week l-v a girl who had I f n invited lo
a lasjiionabte widdirg Sic " as young ar.d
pretty, sr.d I imacu ed that .e as a poor
rettion of ire bride or groom. Any w.-iy,
sl.e was so nice and st-t lhat I look a plea
nre in Bxiug her np lor ihe occasion. I'd
tiave given the piice st e paid lo liaTC en
her nch relslions s'are ard wor.der.
'Am I ever unable to flil sa order? Oi
yeseon.ttimes An aw ul big lady cau;e m
one nay ar.it nsr.t.i! a mo- sreet ilre-a. bhe
litel sjmewhrj 'n 'he -ubjr'i , aid wanted
io mate a ta-hionubte call. Bui 1 ccuMn'l
fit h r hadn't a ai lhat would so more
than two-third around, ard ehe hud logo
away without a dreva. I lud a call last
eek for seven muti'mr;; ore a for a fune
ral, and etildn'i G.l i. You tie I hadn't
anticitted ar.y d tr :' ' in that line, but I
shall prt.bs-.ly h v.. ' iiiidily ol bli-ckg'ods
made tip. O jcp a j.lrl isioe and wanted lo
hire iWa'Ling dres r-he md ehe was j, a
great hurry, an-? eeerr.c.1 a g'al deal tl'i"'er
ated. S ie pitkf il r.t im' ar.d 'aid it -nu.d
do well erougb, tnrogli it reaijy r.ecsied al
iG3 Mixed (Attonads pants. .
10a4 niosu J.acs panta.-
lt?3 Glay do do . .
I. CI da da do .
J1W Blae do do
21) Crardufsatn jeans iauta
2'..: i-ancy taiiaei iiu
ItJl do ui do
Itwl ftruwn doelin jeans, w da cul, C. U .
S-ZU liny uituet aii ...
10lB.uw. p,nts... .,
1111 do uiiIjd caaa. ) aLS-
PKICkt ' LUT.
3121 lil'Htripstst'- rolled ci
ISO ISli laicy b owMatriraaia,a .
I 73 ss z I.B.-tnial c-s.
2 0) ITftl Y uvy p a ds cats--tl.
OU Dral.trdd Caas
ZCCS Gray mixed tifi.on ca
lull ' ry doeskin ens, iu-tcm uiad .
lusi D ra oo do do do .
J.l do msltun-
a-! Ian. y uunu cara-
33 a r.ibisri i er .
ui iteasy browa ui lion
.V-23 ix.ra bistyi.atii.ei....
5-10 ditgray doerbiaja r.a
.Vdo ir.sn tunica uu ou t.aa3..
70D3 Ory do a-l
i.-a t ucy a. p-d ta a .
.1 la cy iltam.xe-l casr-
.U xlicwu Birii'idtas .
t&a, l-ra l 0 duioy .
7-jS 'iay Ltsinploit casa
UI3 ra c, nu c. -. .
bVJi Ba. - TiUeie n .
ZcOi Drab t.iitl' b eo dury . .
a 5 erwii do dt .
C771 blue u.'ca bsje r ..,
7im r nrTit.itaeur. .
i-Jll U-lt no sir red ca-'l
. S V
. 3 Hi
. 3 71
. 3 :s
.-. 4 00
, A is)
. 3 to
2 23 2311 Fancy l.aht c.
U 714 d. mlx-dtas-
100 2-44 do Mi mi
3 31 2271 do da new sr.au tSoi.
3 2a KJ l'l brown ! .
3 50 SI-S B. ca. d a hi. airpedcsia-
a do ua. raLcy e a uew ,ryii s-
71 4 I'rsi. di-K a
221') BhC-.atra it.i) ess .
2.-51 do kin wl cu to . -a-l- ..
27 & Is. cy w.rJeJ d do
7l4&i.!til aucv o ii.
tll a a r n.iL.hctrtcl cusuiuj made ir 00
r5 4 llo ch c- dn do W
. 7 10
. a fa
i.5 .Ha I at. mlied nrxdcoi cm u.ada 9 t
7I.il l'is r Lay iu-l.m u.a.e trio
t7 7 latth r aid do do - ,..-.-, 9 Or
n (.21 Iteiuits'it d c st r. m d- . . 1'i 0)
7141 Lata y mio e.1 do -. . la co
2..S.:-, I ,r d.az n.l imi ned lus'oui aa - 0 ui
6J.: Ci-el Urlno cl Iti-
Si.s7 Co do co
ds do saperfjnw-
do do uir
do do extra.. .
rlotb.tli wo. I.
do Bcary .
27.-a S ci. el 1 1 d
1C7S L&.jt g e-n ui,tnl
2&-I7 Sb bll pi 1 J eq
S197 ait -il-tiI- plaid d
. Cud xlil-a ir,! is.. ? exi a La.ty
t Oi SJ59 rsy Fr.ich plaid
. tO 8rl-Ul iialiu.lx duew
.. e lO Sl3 I. jii .u; lnr,l ,ie r-sM .
. 60 MTlUi.luus u.-il.-hloi(i J
ii 50 Sj; Dais, aray rtcy Ir -o.
4 50 M7S kg .tdia -, UnioJe
O tat. XataV-3"T.
do -ii- o
ru .to O
aV Vhtts ein Fmnt ili'rt
V ici Calliu Opta Front-.
Co wot 5 il n --o oo -.
i 5? ue.ii Urown d d .
S5 la loo's toys' fancy Psrca'e, O. K
.0 r a cy Ca'lco pa 1-Y.ul
4:1 H tt cpea Fr ni r
. tl CO 72M B' tttnatiy i!..iitn.
UI .sis eiue ril or.
e 00 ?:51 B.c4do-i-i- cx.ra ,ix.
3 50 H41 'o do cut uoi msd-.-..
S 73 7131 do d extr ie do
7 Or 29J1 do cx'raow d'sal o . ,-,
7 50 CvsO ''o do do i&2prid do.
3 VJ Ai a u ao xiiu.
-ICK L T.
1.0 S0 Baton r.eea TeicsOieaFrrmt.
3J fca .ou Dots' Vt'htial poo. fr.Bl
1 Itruwu -ne& eu uo .
Fancy i.oevi..t, Oj-en Bsck
7J .r-eicaj-Eiuiuo uo
Ovuralalrtn far Fan
51i iJi:o-y5' rti .,,-
t-!t:d u naaxm , ,, .
d do ts
do rrou. .
d ftr ate Orsu Bail
do Wiiiie da co
J. Wo. is Fra. t ..
do Fia 11.0 harca acit .
do Aiatfitau btvlol it-iK.
do r.ca.-lor d Uo .
do tvbi e t)a I nn'
da Vast MaU Cpo i Ba;K-
. 10 tt)
. 1 0
. i a-5
tern. McchitatiCMaad ItRl.rott:! -leu,
Pbici-: lot. pn'CK
Lii su 1 1' K-
fi l.t r dtcert.'y. What
ym that she had on as
ttrm? to rsa-e it
-de me bonder
joo.1 a drtas alitsdy aa the -tie r-i.e hired.
577 Had U-Iju aao
711 S och i.lnhani PI Id
1.5 Fancy fnion Dia oust
li Giey Melon
J 5 iu. ico ia ade L'D.y
l.s dr "1" Urey rl.nnil-
-It I xtrs heavy U lea Cai.
1 15 ra" y do oo on,
eivr Melton titrs at i
SI rjuioi. Ca-' KraidVI Front-
i-A I s- Si- ipea a
lltl Fao-y Pa-pl' Bnlded Fr-nt-
tl 211 do D.anoa
100 517 Plain AU-so-4 l as
IIO 487 G cy 5.r.sal dr
3:1 Heavy Clo k-Oed Front
i : 4.1 B.uaVT wi h iaI a-.
121 SS A-roiUd lilir LIaaCIoti
171 2-4 laocy Ucunala atUasita
1 71 (l-a riav S-ripvd do d .
1 00 950 Cat rJsv do do ..
.- 0 447 sill Wool C oth do do
t 00 Bluw Jtavy sx'ra flea .
2 00 244 r.wten Is- do dr
2 00 9 do do da do ...
2 04 57i Iraj rtoi a o-n m do
SHI 2H do Eoklbb CoidsJ
. -1 3
Tha earcet factorv bad a locra at work
on tha aTOBad, and there was a larga nua
bar of hinasoBia Csunitaiea aad wagons, of
--a-- Wwa tiva jjJstawfH,flw-. y0-aannaifwi. laattwnwatfAjantifarlrire fatnt aieal-tw-tfsiatwa,
JSJf - - , Jt-llua. TasMwaia tntung aaa nai
l risked her whe'i I "hcuM etr.d it, ai.d she
raid nowaeie -she old rnt it rn She
paid ll.e rent in adver.ee, ar.d lift $10 secu
rity and the dries e toct cfT; lnthe never
came bick. I ennpoe el.e war.tni io dis
Ctii'e heirelf fnr some reeon or other. I'er
hspa she hid bten robbiDv, cr scmsthinj:;
but I fWt to blame, was I ? Another
ladv a coafidir.c creature, ih's was told me
that her husbend had tivcn her ihe raonsy
to buy a street dress. Siie wanted the dress,
but ehe wanttd a doj rrore. Her ensbaed
was willing to spend money for dresses, but
not for dogs. So she hired a drss from me
for two week", and 1-oaght the doj; wilh (he
balance of the ircnsy. Then the lold hsr
hosband thai t-e d R was siren to her. and
showed hirn the crs. He was satMied, and
when the two weeks were up she retcrced the
dress, and he pto'ubly never m ied iL Ahl
tltere is a rap a iu-ioer, very nteiy. jn
atep into the other room unlit I am di'en-g-s-ed.
Must go ? Well, I ic&s I have loM
yoa about all that would be iattJ-tiaiw
Bi-ae rnix-t tk'rssn.1 drawtra.
A V h.lc uerno oo do do
o-o iifahfte.ibWddo do da
0O Pl.ieuid -- UpF.asb ru and dras era I o
1600 V -lit ribb d me.liio da do da 1 00
sysijin't'ls d do d di 125
Vt Oians? ribbed oatra -l do -da I 24
250 WMio kc! uo do do I 23
i;) Trfd n-el do
rt El f.ei Canton Caansl do
V'i V M ribbed miwr do
ri Wh'Uknlttxtra hrary
251 do do do ata-a-.
v-sl Ped fl ni.al tw-l'td
131 Wl.lte Marloo Ba- -
i ivatJct kail all aevL
IOO IVbit do
44 o Shaker flinael ,
4V A 03B...
l Sert t
US E d tailed S rael.cu-'a-i uiato
S02 ssailwteaaaimereanil l.euai-U--
ITieabovsliathfarwmneeewrKllyeondaaaed. eaadsnth? aVjvelhiva t-i cct.a t-rts virtaty
cf stoves, Bat-; n-ckwear, Cardlian kaitaod uSca Ja.ka's, rublssr cloiht'.e. psper and haenco'ars.
ir-sii. vaUsa.d aocols sisaraderaasd brsee. a la a llo of banlksr blcls fnmthaeoraiasaasi
iutir.a to th- taeat Impor 4 lssIar- tllk. h a;ry irum (I istrdoz n to 19. etc
In mccia ion I wi.uld asy that as) oof tba rkTo,ools ar lartp-itd. Jto Cniig Coth ha3
t a io-d for All w oo!. 3allaetla una! acd shall Do given or m-rney refueled, so J o mi-rr pris-cta-nonsalkwed
tositetsal-i Inabon, I Waot io do a straight foe war I b sines, a ranjrra v. ring ika
diy I wontd ask toatll adasaUswaoisand pr'en lajf.ra porta o aa, as 1 1 w'l! bsj i. ,er adva-iac.
i a'cf jlly aeknowlad Ir g taw many IaV..r- recais-ed at lb ala ofay Irland la and about I ieu
wailb.Kinaaa. and Plata raanty, o lasouri, I -f a'rd rss7Kttally task yoa to favor icw wtUi tio Muie la
t-ciuMf, wkicb wJI bodalap. IwcUt.l try
Team Very Kesecsfallj.
320 and 322, Bhawaae St, Leavenworth. Kan.
tf.B PrasaMwr4wawtrowafrawia dials svr
virtog l ss wiia ardwis aaa i
cam, ana wassx
aoe tbe Iota In t' atr o dor . Those f-
aiaajnl li I 1 a. e 81 ne-asx monre a-isx, a- -s, imsns
awakuria. itawllla, a'lsotastaof aack. Xu. aft. cLwsua sapaor
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