Newspaper Page Text
LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1875).
THUBSIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1879.
The male market Is very br sic.
THE Ice harvest bss commenwd.
," the public scliooli nre cloaed for the holi
The price of wool Is cornice down to a
The reign of "Winter has falr.'y set In. It
ha "come to stay."
The bells Ihronghout the city had a sharp,
cold, clear ring last nicbt-
EKATmrf parties are the order of the day.
and ol the night a well.
Twelve military prisoner arrived at Fort
Leavenworth from Texts yesterday.
WITH 65) convicts at the (State Peniten
tiary, there are bat two In the hospital.
The Knights of Pythias have decided that
they will not have a public Installation.
Sjtow-heels" were plenty on the street
last night, and there were many who Ml.
Br the end of the week it 1 expected that
230 miners will be at work In the coal shaft
THE miners say It Is only the bent workmen
who can Luke out fifty bushels of coal per
THE new two-cent universal postal cards
will come Into general use about the first of
The next meeting of the Board of Cunty
Commissioners will be Monday evening,
January 5lh. .
JoHJT ilcTortMTCK lost another valuable
none yesterday being the-third he has lost
with a the year.
The Piatt) county ?nn club bad their an
nual tiunl Saturday. The losing side paid lor
a grand supper.
It Is thought by the attorneys that the
trial of lb caw orthe State vs Spalding w'll
come upon Uie5tbof January.
Fabuibs from Platte county are compelled
to cross on the bridge, and long for a harder
freeze so as to make an ice bridge
The raffle for a house and lot which was to
btrve taken place at Ibe Fort tblsevenlng baa
bean postponed nntU.Febrnary ?lh
The sharp, catting wind mm the north
made many an ear Uncle s the belated way
farer marcued homeward at 12 o'clock
NEAU1.Y every store In the city was
thronged yesterday from morning till nyh
with customers notwithstanding the extreme
WmLE buying expensive luxuries to.daj,
lsy aside a trifl for the poor. You will not
misfit, and It will cause home one a little
ray of sunshine.
The best Indication of the return of good
time Is the holiday trade cur merchants are
having, which they report as better than It
lias been for many years.
The Jury Injthe Lattln trial yesterday visited
and examined the room in the Planters house
where Bmlth was kll'ed,also the stable where
the first mele occurred.
JlB.nr.3. W. JfELLi.' transfer "earns, ni-e
In number crossed thertveron lh lr yester
day mTnlng.eacb I'i'dd with -t,oon pounds
of freight from the Kansia
Council Bluffs road.
liy, ru Joseph A
The bojs are having s. merry time upon
the fruten biaom of tb river There h.- nn
merous air-holes, ovever, which should b
heeded, aud parents ttinuld keep a watchful
eye sjpon their thlldr n.
A man naroed.Itotert Crawford, who live
near Klrmount, was thrown from a wagon
In the south prtot the city Monday even
ing about nlun uV'no, a-d very seriously
lnjuret. Dr. Vtnlru van called and at
BiotT Government unployes left Tort
"Leavenworth -Htunlay They were mechan
ics and musicians. Two Were taiund for Fort
winghe, Jfw Mexico : three tar Fori Har
and Colorado, uud the remaluder for Foit
The Art Loan Loan exhibition promises
lobe tbe affair of the season There are al
ready articles enough promised to make It
highly interesting, andojlheni are being re
ported everv day. Yon will be asttml-hed to
seethe nuiuber of rare aud valuable arllclt
to be seen.
Mr C. ToWMJEKn, of the Kansas We con
Company, sends us bis annual greeting. Th
people of Leavenworth ar- proud of this In
tltutlon, and admire the men who have
placed thin wagon on. every road end street
in the Stales and territories west of the Mis
llriink anil .Nearly Froirn.
Last night aisnnt shalf pas. eight o'clock,
while Mr. P.J. O'Nell-who lives at thesouth
w est corner of OUc Mid Sixth streets, was go
ing borne, accompanied by h friend, Mr. J.
Jamison, of Osborn county, be found a
man hanging to his gate drnuk and fro-, n
nearly still. They after mncll tronble suc
ceeded In setting him to the police station
where he was thawed out sufilcien y to saj
that his same wasGodstii and that his home
lain Atchion He aya he I a pesldl r tun
that bis pack of goods had b-en stolen roin
him. Ilnwonld have fnizeu to death II be
had remained much longer.
Isaahcti to Death.
Many of our reoplewlil remember Joseph
McUowan, who In tbe early days here was
considerable of a local celebri'y, and wh se
quaint, witty remark", when sllzhtly under
the Influence of liquor, made him many
boon companions In Uie-llj. Those with
whom he associated are few an 1 far bet we n
now, for It Was at a very day when he figured
here. The few whod rememtier Mm il
bo pained to letr of his sudden eath a few
days ajsj. near t"uirl City. Colorado. He
was ascending Haiti Mountain when, on
pasdhg tliee'teof a high preelplee, his loot
shipped upon the snow and Ice, and hpim.
hnrled down the steep eclivlty. He was
found al the root of the pr cli Ice, horribly
mangle I slid with Hie u'terly extinct, ril
remalns found a pauper's grave at Central
ilu .mil.: ok Tin: iiiiln,
Stoclrsftlpmenta are scarce at present.
The reason Is that there Is no stock In tbe
TheKansai Pacific train men on this di
vision are kent busy with extra freights.
Krom one to three going out dally.
The St. Joseph papers have revived the
rumor of the saler the Council Blaffr road to
tbe Barlingtoi. The reiort can be traced to
no rellank) source.
The Santa Fe railroad will emp'oytbne
Sew Pullman reclining chair cars on nlghl
tralnR.oommenclng JaLunry 1st. Pullman is
In the reclining chair business also.
Tosuoti an extent has Jay Gould gathered
In the roads running west from 8L Louis
that, when a passenger asks for a Wbah
train, he Is txlu : Take any of them."
Thus far this year 3.S6J milts of new rail
road have Leen laid, aaalnst 2.1JC mles re
ported fofth e corresponding period in 1STS,
1.971 In ISTT.ilS In 174. 1.176 lu 1S75, 1,731 In
15;i,3.Sj in lb7i ancT6,tS9 lu 1STZ.
COUST IIODsK Cl'KltKHcY.
Bhcria Lowe U lndlspcsxl, but still at
tends to his 'du'Ies.
Tha, ItegUU r of Deods complains of slow
business in his offioe,
A marriage license was Issued by the
Probate Judge yesterday to a timid couple
who "dtdul want It printed."
Deputy Clerk McAullfie has tbe thanks
of The TiMts for a handsome copy of "Kan
sas Town and Township Laws Revision of
. Cnrtln la now a daily habitue of the
office of the Register of Deeds and Is training
hla fingers to the task of keeping a e'ean
racord when he goes Into office next month.
The tax penalty went on,, Monday and
hereafter tfcose who have not paid tbelr taxes
for 1S79 may expect to find five per cent, ad
ded thereto. The clerks of tbe Treasurer's
offioe were up to their ees on Saturday and
In the neighborhood of iSO.rjn was paid iuto
1 . J?5K Yt8:enJ" the collections aggre
. THC COCRTM
J DS3TKJCT COUXT X0SDAT.
Hon. Uibert Croxler, Judge; P. Q. Lowe.
Bheiitf; McCowrrUunt, Clerk.
Mary Jane Houston vs Patrick Houston
Defendant restrained from disposing of his
property nnul further ordtr of the court.
"W. Campbell Report or temporary assignee
presented, approved and confirmed.
e Pa4dy XcArk TS Evans, et al Uetautt aud
Judamant agalns,t Andrew F Evans t.i rwt.10
and ten par cent attorney's fees: interesi at
l: per Cent' foreclosure and sale dismissed as
to Nathan A Mann
The State of Kansas vs O. B Lattm-Jary
called and trial proceeded with.
TJse EtteaiaB-HaMiKiag:er Uaods.
Henry Rttenaon arrived home from Eidon,
Iowa, etterday, where he found a portion
of the good taken from him. He says he
pened the eases there and identified the
contents, watch, on being Involoed amoun
ted to Srit. The goods will arrive he-e by
express this afternoon. He says tbe stick
oosBisU of a little of everything that U
O a etliakt Mistake.
The following Jrom the Atchison CJumpim
lstfae. except that Mr. Dodge la loremanin
the Tikes newt room:
,e?riJ,1iftn.en,.8-,,H- T"' lmaeA Hearst
number Of the Le Roy XeparUr and tbtn ao.
epteda altosUon In the Leavenworth TiMta
joe can. it is evident that weekly loom-
fssssanss no coarms lor Dodge.
lATAb DUOOTIXU AMB1T.
Two -"Hen Meet on a Hlch way and En
ease In at Duel.
The 8t. Joseph GavtU of yesterday gives
the following report of a deadly difficulty:
" information came to this city last night
that two men had engaged In a bloody en.
counter near LU1 'a elation In this county
about twelve miles below this city on heK.
C.St. J A C. B. rallrod. about sundown
esirdsj evening. Krom the meager facts
that conic' be learned last night it appears
that the 'wo men, whose names are James
Vorrsand one Wrlitleswortn, met on the
public hlahwar and got into a difficulty
which resulted in each drtwlng weapons
and Urine at each other It is reported that
Wil.wortn was shot in four dltX-rent
plare- and Is probably fatally injured A'ont
8 o'clok last nlaht a dispatch was sent to
.Atchison for a physician, and there are t-ome
boras of his recovery.
Siberia Hpeucer was telegraphed to come
down lmnjedlaely ai-d attend to the matter
An Attorney Ksvtnta Wnlle ArguiBi
Ludn Baker, Eq.,who Is one of the coun
se forfbe defenso In the Lillln trial, wolle
in tbe midst of bis argument yeaterday ar
ternoonfell falLtlns to tae floor. He did
uotrecrver-nfilcleiitly to proceed, and was
conveyed home. The acldeui put al. end to
further proceedings, temporarl y, and court
was adjourntd until niue o'clock. lbb morn
Cirneighoorinc town now has a rMlroad
ot her own Tracaisymg was compseied
Bull City Is situated In this county, sixteen
miles t of Ojborne, ou the bolomou river,
L,dl3 one ol the most thriving towns in tbe
valley burrouuded oy a region of couutrj
Hint In exte t aud lertllit M any la tot
world, posse-sing a go al water power aliead
utilized, having as lnte.il i lit and enter
pri.lLga c.aa.ol ClllZ-Us Can Do fjuud in
any Western lowu, uud, finally, having
-in deber ei-cliou sur." b seeming rail
rjd lcul.les, 11 can o.Irly im said that ber
pruapecla tor the future are flittering.
Failure r M. fttetter In Atchlnon.
Atchison Pal not, K.
Hasurday evening, at five o'clock, the an
nouncement was made that the great dry
goods house or X Hlelter had clotted 11 doors.
The Intelligence was received with genera!
rtgrel, as It was considered a nousuof excel
lent staudlng. Ton uabl Hies, us near as a
repreaeutative of SVie Palriot cuu.d ascertal ,
were about HO.uOO, ai.U the - ock, It Is gener
ally believed, will fully lu vole, that amount
The Cause of the trouble lb the anxiety of a
number of eastern c editors wno eie dc
t rmlued to cl.oo up tnelr accounts by Ju
usry 1st, and pushed their cu.h-cilons. Piom
lueiilamougibecredlluis is tueaasli;ur ol
the rileiiauer Bros , who niude ucu u bonsa
lion In Chicago a lew w. ago.
Miami Itepuoucau, 1'J 1
One ot the most terrib.e accidents that has
ever Deen our duty to recoid, occurred on
last r rlda al tbe saw mill of Mr. llarman
Cuolmau. on tue Marias des Cygne river. In
Eu.1 valley: Mr. Cailman was cleaning out
the pinion wheel that runs the carriage of
.is saw mill, and tuadveriantly threw his
arm ejalui.lt he saw, which was in motion.
11 is -I m wu. cut enilrely lljul above the
ebo-. Dr. Carpenter of Lancastar, and Dr.
A-ldemaii,ol Paola, were sent loratoiiCe.iiul
os present woie uuao.e to stop Hit tl w ot
busHj, and befoie the docurs could r.-a u
olm, ne had o.ed b death, or was so far gone
thai ii was impossib oleaveblm. The ac
cideijtoa.nried about 11 o'c.ojk a. m , and he
died lu aboui three uours thereafter.
The San taw Fe.
liiicecouuty tullellu IS.
1 be surveying parly belonging to tbe Santa
Fe lorce has been at work the last two weeks
ruuulng HUeH Irum McPherson towards
Lyons, 'lhey have skipiwd about over a
good bit at coumry and have ruu Hues all
over tbe country The last report we had of
Ibelr oper .tlous was that tbey had run a
line south' west of McPhereon down near to
the l.orth line of Hajes and UruVe and,
thence near r-U)iie Corral in Uice couuty
and iouu near rma Keed'a and ou to
Lous, euterlug thecouuly sealou theMiuth
instead ol the uorui. Wuat this move is
made for we do not enow, but same people
mink it Is doue lor buucomtie to luflaeuce
Xhe vote or lla)rt aud Urovelaud OUJU Kail.
ssar-oulhe. n bjud iutstlou. It wou't work
but will probably r.aot
A man named l. A. Rudolph committed
suicide Monday morning tu Topeka lie was
under arrest al the lime and accused oi per
jury Tbe OifiUl sas: "After Mr Itu.
uoipb had beeu uuder arrest some time yes
terJay evening, he was, by consent of tbe
coun y attorney, leu In charge of bis own
attorney, i apialu J II. Jobuaou, In the lt
ler'acfllce, until called to to to tha court
room. While under Capt. Johnson's charge
be asked perml-slon to go to his own ofilre
owu s.airs lu the adjoluing bulidlug. w hlch
was grauted. George Fisher saw blm go
Iroid hla office to the naaemeut, an J at once
informed Capt. Juhusou of tbe fact.aiid they,
together with Constable Gomon, who bad
Just come af er Rudolph to lake hlra to cour1
started to the bumeul bu lound the diair
lfa lug from tiie rr loom, which lhy wre
in, to the middle room, u.c'aed. They irle.1
kiys. hut co ild not et lu. Capt. Juhrsou
old Gord u to kick the door In, and about
this lime the r nortot a pistol waa beard.
Ill-door w. s then forceil an I Rudolph ws
found lying on l'f floor, havlug shot himself
ntbrigh teiuple He was taken o his
offi-eoii tbA floor Hbov and physicians were
summoned promptly. L'r m ne evening
lie wstken to his home, rernalnlog lu an
uicoriscl.iUs ooi.dltlnn But litl'e c' a-jge
w-snotrd Hi bis cuUiiiliou from tbe'ime of
II e Htioiting up lo tbe time of the latest
woru fioiu bun.
VM 1,'tDE-Lr. E.'iT.
The IsnrrFSDKT appeals to cmtlvatetl
raeu aud vkuoieu. It dlcu-n-rt current ques
tloua of religion, p llo-ophy autl politics.
It Is wideawake It Is not afraid Ii -els
ieopte to thinking. It welcomes fiesb truth.
it li s numerous departments. It ptibil-he
more religious dtrus-lou than the religious
review, more jaietry ami stories than the
popular monthlies, aud give more Informa
tion Ihsn an annual cyclopaedia. It has a
larger corps of tbe famou- writers than any
oth-r Journal of nv sort In tbe country. It
makes -trong friends of lbou who read lu
I'rv It 'or next ear
We have purchased the newspaper ropy
'1 lit ot the Boston Monday i eciu-es for
1879 1SS.. robe delivered as heretofore, by
the Rev. Jtt-EPH t"0 K beginning Nov. Sd,
and ihorini" will e ulveii rcr6altm o tbe
readers ot The iNDrrUiDsNT weekly, to
gether with the Preludes, alter revision by
sermons by Eminent Clere mon
1 all parts ol the country will continue to be
SWe htve decided to withdraw on the
31si dav of December 1879, all the premiums
inw offered by us to subscriber, a lull list of
which ap ear beiow, so that those who would
aall themselves of our liberal oilers must
by so before December 31t, 1S79
Pictorial Qaarto Diet ooary
Biund In sheep. Ism Pages. Over 10C0 11
lustratlous. Issue of 1879.
Our contract with ih publishers of tbe
Dictionary expires Dec Slst 18:9, am Messrs.
S. B. Ltpplncott & Co absolutely refuse to
continue the contract beyond that date on
tbe same favorable terms We are, therefore,
compelled to withdraw the Dictionary pre
mium at tbe expiration of the present year ;
but we purposely give ample notice, so that
our subscribers and the public in general
msy avail themselves of the surprisingly
low ter-i-s to get tbe Dictionary tn cocnec
lion with The Ixoepemdext We win send
this Dictionary to any per-on wbo will send
ns tbe names of Ibrse New Subscribers and
Nine Dollars ; or who will, on renewing his
own subscription. In advance, send us Two
New Names additional, aud 19.00 , or who
will renew his own subscription for three
years In advance, and send ns 19.00: or for a
new subscriber for three yean, snd S9 CO.
The regular price ol tbe Dictlon-ry alone
at all tbe 'avik tres la flO.00 , while tbe low
est price for three years subscription Is 1900.
Bot b the Dictionary and the three years sub
scr ptlon under tbts extraordinary offer, can,
there ore, be had together for only 9 00.
TIIE Rl V.
entitled "Biology," Trancs?ntIentllsm,"
Ortnoloxy" Cousclenoe." "Heredity," at d
Marrl ge, embodying tne author's previous
remarkable Monday lectures. They are puri
Hsiied In handsome book form by James R,
O-good A Co., or B tston- -- will mall a copy
ol either of these works to any subscrlbor
of lit a iMicpESDsjrr who remits us
hsSS-VO for one y ar tn advance; or any
subaenber rosy rvmltna SJS50 and we will
send him The ISDirxxDaST for two years
In advance, and two volumes postpaid; or
any three voluraw postpaid, to any one sun
scrtber wbo remits us SMOO for three years
Subscription price 13 00 per annum In ad
vance, including any one of the lollowlug
Any one volume of tbe Household Edition
of Cbarlea Dlcken's Works bound lu colh,
with 16 illustrations ecb bi eV.. Ey tinge.
Moody and Sankey Uospel Hymns and 8--cred.ngst,
Lncaln nd his Cabinet; or. First Reading
orthe Eraauclapation Proclamation- Floe
large Bieel tngravlng. By Kitchle. Sire,
Anthers or the Culled States. Fine large
Meet Kngravlng. u Portraits. By Ktlehle.
By Bltchl cuuln'r' Flae Kcel EhSTavmg.
US.nl.?r wuh. Fine Bteel Eagravlng.
BfB7chiel1'SUnt0n' FlnB 8teel ED,avlcS--Thinner
Life of Abraham Lincoln. By
Frank B. Carpenter. Bound In doth. &X)
We offer one premium only for one Tears
suaec tpuon. s;.
ubacriptlon S3-00 per Annum
Specimen copies sent free
P. O. Bex 2787 Xsw Vrk City.
SUPREME COUhT SYLLABI.
STATE OF KANSAS, J
Xo 1 113 V.Sponeberper, J. .. Wardlnw.K
S. Wmer nd I H. Vooda, vs B V. L-tn-ert
Error from Jstosbo county Modified.
By the Cotnrr,
1. Where a constable, holdlnr n execu
tion, Issued In tbe ca.e of L vs F. levies on
certain o-rsonsl property as the property of
FY-nd F and B afterward elv to the constv.
hlni risivllverv bond, admlttll B 111 such
hnnd thai the i.roDertv belonga to F. aud b-
reason of such oond me consiaoie anos r
to take possession of tbe r ropery ; Jleli,
That 'be constD' receives said rjnd merely
uh "se-amy for his own ldemnity," and
that F and Bare afurwards estoppet from
denying tht th property belongs 'o F.
2 Asnlt for i'ie trul of thenght of prop
erly under chapter 1C4, ot the laws ol 1872. page
32 may b brought In the towrswlp wUeie
the property Is lound and situated.
3. Toejudgment In sucn a salt is gene--al
y not conclusive: and In this case, where
the constable seized tbe property, had no no
tice or be Judgment until after he returned
tbe execut on, and no order waa ever served
upon bisi, dtrectlog him to restore tbe piop
erty to the claimant, as provided by section
2.ofsaldchsDt-rlCl.of the laws of 1872.) the
Judgment 1- not conclusive either lu his
nis iavor or against ni m.
4. A return or n officer on final proofs la
generally condrsivp as avalnst the ifllcsr,
and lconciulveln this case.
5 In action by L "gainst a constable and
bis sureties on the official bond ot the on
stbl, where thebreachalleg d wa, tbelall
nre of the constable to properly serve an exe
cution In the case of L va F : He.d tbata
cause or action set forth In th defendant's
answer, that L owed the constable H for
constable fe which accrued in the origin 1
Cau-e ol L s F., Is a prora-r subject of set-off.
am the Justices concurring
A true copy: Attest, CJ BROWK.
L B Cle k Supreme Court,
Xo. 183 Howard M. Ho'den vsNlna Oar-
rett, et al. Error Iroiu t'oltawaiiomie
er the Court.
1. The lien of ajudgmsnt or an execntlon
lery Is on v ujn tbe actual Interest of the
Judgment debtor In rel .state; -.nd does not,
except in Pas. s where the doctrine or eslop
k; appu s, extend to interests, which by tbe
record are apparenllr, but are not In fact
vested In him.
" Ti.e lien or a mortgage unrecorded at
the date of a Judgment, but recorded too-e
the sale uiKiu au xecutlo Is-utxl thereon. Is
prlortothe lien or the Judgment, and the
purchaser bus with tue couslruclie notice
or tbe mortgage.
All the Justices concurring.
A.ruecopy. Attest: C J BPOWK,
I j, sjj Clei k Supi erne Court-
No. uw Anderson B. Bryan vs Marga'et
Buder, ' al Error iroin Mliml county.
1. here the ret It Ion or an administrator,
filed In the Probite Court, for aniborityto
sell real estate to py debts due irom the
eatate only, alleg-s that th- property is bltu
.tui i. hamtti.ivwh.mthii tetltlou Is filed
and falls to contain any other description of
such pr property, but sets ionn an me mun
facts reqntr-d to state In a petition ot
this character; Mi, that the petition ! not
'atslly delecilve. he'd, that su-h ommlssion
does not render the sale void or tbe deed In
valid. All the Justices concurring.
A true copy. Attest: C J. BROWN,
L s j Clerk Supreme Court.
No.l,5"5. David Auld. IV. It Slebblns and
George So .thorough va Albert O.Smith.
Error from Atchisou couuty. Reversed.
Bv the Court
1. Onlyjlsoldetermlnatlonsiipon the met
its can bi .s.u-Hered as adjudications amount
ing to r aoViuficafa FinaiJudgmeuU ate or
course sucn adjudications, aud floolnsa of
courts and verdicts of Juris, and reports ot
commissioners or refeie- may also some
t men be considered as such adjudications,
uut.they can be considered as such, only in
cases, where they themselves arennsi, or in
eases where a final Ju-igmenl lias afterwards
been rendered upou tbem. sustaining and
confirming them ; and even when confirmed
by a final Judgment, tbey are adjudications
ouly so far as tbey are necessarily included
In and bec.ine a part of such Judgment.
Hence, where a court found as a fact that
the defendants ha received rents and profits
in excess of taxes Daid. tbe sum of S47J.75 bnt
also found, as a conclusion of law, tbat tbe
plaintiff was not eu.ltle.1 to recover the same
or auy pari tuereoi in mat. action, auu sneu
dismissed the plaintiffs claim forrenlsand
profits without reude lag any Judgment lu
ols lavor therefor; Held, I bat said finding of
fact was nut an atljud'cstlon between the
p. riles amounting to a ret adjudicate, and that
the same could not be usd iu aumn r ectlou
aa evidt-nco in favor of the plaintiff and
against the defendants tor the purpose or olx
taming auolber finding to the aameetlect,
and a Judgment thereon, although tbe court
maj have erred lu tbe first action in its said
conclusion of law, and In dismissing the
plaintiffs claim forren'saua protlls.
Brewer, J , concurring,
Hortnn C 1.. nl sitting, having been of
counsel in tbe court below.
Atmecpy. Alleat: a J. BUOS,
L-s. Clerkauprelue Court.
Xo. 1.555 Thomas Carney va A B Haveu,
adiululsliHtor, etc. Krrur In Leaveuaorlh
Br the Couut:
1. Whce services are pel formed under a
slug'eHUdeuilre oontntcl.lu the absence of
stipuiaiious to me contrary, payment is not
due until the services are tully penoriued and
the contract computed.
1 If peudlus sucn a contract, tbe party
employed to render tbe services utas, tbe
statuteor limitations does not beglu to run
ou the claim lor compensation, un'll by the
appointment of au administr tor or eiecil
lor. there is ome one author z-ad lo collect
and receive ail compens.llou.
all tbejuatlces concurring.
A true copy attest: C. O. Bbown.
(h s ) Clerk Uupremu Court.
No. 150 Samuel i-otnldo:i vs The Boinl
ol Lounty C mmlssloii. rs of ownrd couu
ty Error lr-m hoaaid county IteVeised.
Br the Court:
Hokton, C J.
1. Wherea Couuty At'ornoy In 1ST! brought
an aciluuin-favoruf bis county aaalusl a de
faum gC uuty Trea-ur. r aud nls suretle
ror uiuiifjn the Treasurer had received by
virlueof hisofllce, and attached, lu the ac
tion, cerium ratl and tersoual pioperly ol the
Treasurer, and af.er the commeucemeulsil
tlie legal proceedtnga, there aas a settlement
and compromise ot tue suit between the
Hoard ol County Commissioners and sucn
Treasurer, allributaMe solely to the psndiug
lltlaatiuu, whtcheett emeul tbe t'ou ily At
toruey assisted to make, aud tbereny, over
-ix thousand dollars In money were paid lo
the counts' by tbe Treasoier, and, also, large
amouuts ot couuty scrip, cattle and other
property received upou the indebtedness
sued for. but -hlch cattle aud other property
bad not b-en couvertod Into inonetr at tbe
commeucemeut of tbe actlou : Held, tbe
County Altoiney is entitled to ten p-rceul.
on all tbe money collrcle I, bu' commissions
are not allowable on the county scrip, cattle
anu otuer propeiiy.
All tbe Justices concurring.
"Atrnecopy. Attest: L.J. BRO WX,
IlsJ Clerk supreme Court.
Xo t,C07 John Brooks vs E It Ksgr et al.
Eiiorlroot Coly couuti- AtUriued.
by thi Coubt.
In an action by B against K to ei Join K. ,as
Couuty r assurer, Horn collecting a certain
llle.al lax, Judgment waa rendered agalust.li
for co-ts. B then to prevent hla property
from being seized, paid said taxes aud costs.
Bluen to the case i ri the fupreme Court,
where said Ju gmeut was reversed and ibe
cause being remanded to the I Utrict Court,
B. with leavjof the Couit, filed asuppleme
mental petition, setting up nis two new
causes ot sctlon f jr taxes and costs paid , and
msklQf tbe Boarj of County Commtssloners
parties defendanU.f Tbe Court tbeu, on mo
ot tbe defendant, struck said sup lemenlal
p tltloa from the fl es of the case. Held, not
All tbe Justices concurring.
A true cop . Allesi, ( '. J. BKOWN.
ILSJ CierkSuprsme Couit.
Xo 1,339. Kansas Pseino Railway Co. va
Thomas J Anderson. Error from bbaw
nee Ojunty. Affirmed.
By thx Ojukt
Hokton, C J.
1 A railroad company brought an action
against A., formerly its agent, on an acoouut
stated A. filed au answer containing a gen
eral denial. Ou tbe trial, tbe plaintiff read
lu evidence a lei terot A. lo tbe Auditor of
the company dated February 11th, 1S74, proposing-
to pay every dollar of the d.faulca
tson of one B. to tbe amount of S7,!S1 11, if be
bad lime, and stating therein that nis Janu
ary report waa short JS042 07 and tbat tbe
balance of 12 540 01 would have to be reported
in bis Fe bruai y account. And be produced,
as a witness, tbe Auditor one A. who testified
lbeascoantsntlon was tarnished them by
blm t A. on March 21st. 1S7IC that .a. went
out or offioe on February lit', 1874; tbat he
met A In regard to tbe account three or four
times: that the account Included tbe whole
ot February 1874; that he saw tbe account in
nis poasessl n and that he made no objection
lo It: tbat several other statement of ac
con twere sentAbeioreaiiS after March list,
174; tbat lhey were not all like tbe one
sued on; that those after March 21st, were
different and that them statements wera
given A as a matter of information: Held,
That tbe slated account was not conclusively
established by tbe testimony and therefore,
not error for the District Court to submit the
qoesttloti in tbe case to tbe Jury, and lurther
teld, on return of a verdict by tbe Jury for
the defendant A and the rendition thereon
of a lodgment fir oosU in favor ot A. this
Court wilt not set aside Judgment on the
ground that the verdict la contrary to the
AH tbe Just ices concurring.
A true copy. Attest: C.J. Bbowjt,
i s.1 Clerk Supreme Court-
Xo. 15J0-The Atch'snn, Topeka A Ranta Fe
Railroad Company vs John Franklin, a
minor, by Wilson Frauklln. bis next friend
Error irom Marion county Affirmed.
By tn Cocsr. VAuraTixr, J.
I. It ts not subttantlal error for the Dis
trict Court to discharge a Juror daring tbe
term the Jury are being empanneltd, al
though tue Juror msy be dlschrged for an
insufficient reason, wuere an unexeepuona
b!e Jury ts afterwards obtained, and where
any party complaining has not exbausied
hla peremptory challenges. (Following Stoat
V Hyatt, Eaa.,233 I
x. me staiate oi Kansis with retereuoe to
I giving and refusing Instructions la eivll
copy of the statute of Indiana upon the same
subject; aid prior to the sdoilon of tbe
statute In Kansas, tbe Supreme Court of In
diana construed their statute, holding that
where a party desires that only written In
structions shall he given to tbe jury, the par
ty toueslrlng must make th requtst there
fore Tltbln reasonable time bttrre tbe charge
Is lo be iriven. that tbe court may have sum
clent lime in prepare such written Instruc
tions, and Hist sucu reasonaole time for mak
ing tbe reuuest la geoerally at or efore the
close of the evidence jt" d thst art nuest made
ouly about five lulnule- before tn conclu
sion of the argument la made to" late; there
fore, following the rule that, iere one
State adopts a law from another, tbe J udlclal
construction given to tbe statute mrneSt fe
here It originated follows It totheStnieof
Its adoption." (4 Kaa M5I ) And lollowi '
the Indiana decistonv UtUL That, where the
terjaest Is made during the concluding argu
ment, and not wli'itn time to permit the
court to reduce all Its Instruction to writing
before being, call-d upon to charge thejurv,
the court does not eir. in glviugto tbe ;nrv
orally such or Its Instructions as it did not
have time to reduce to writing.
All the Justices concurring.
Atruecipy. Attest: C J BR'iWJ.
(L. a.) Clerk Supreme Court.
Xo lCa) ThesBisrd of County Commlsslan-
ersot the County of I'lusti AuiuM Poudl.
Error from -aline Cuu.ty. Amiuiid.
I. Where a claim Is presented to the
Bo.rd of Coun'y immljiouTi fur tbe al
lowance, aud tbeHffidavil verltt iuglbeaame.
isneieciive uui nnL oiu. ina no ocjeciion is
madetotbe v rifijatlou while the claim Is
ptnllug before the Contty Oimrniastopers,
but they refuse to allow the claim tor other
reasons; IJeltJ, That no o J citou can after
wards be made to the verincallou when salt
Is br Uiht on tbe calm In the District Court,
2, in a proee ding had belore the Probate
Court tod-iermlue whether a certain person
lsraueorlnsane.lt was first aiand that he
wa-not Insane, and he was allowed to goal
large : uuion nextaayuheariug was granted
end aaecond trial had, at which seiud trial
hewas fouud to be insane, and was sent to
the Slate insane Asylum It was also lound
that tbe estaleoflbe insane person was en
tirely iusufflc ent to nay the oust ot the pro
ceeding, ana Judgment was rendered against
tbe couuty tor tue coils, lnc'udlug those
aacrulngou the first as vtellaa ou Ibo S'cond
trial. In a suit aflerwaids bnugtit in the
D.K'ncl Court against the cmul foresaid
csts, the District 'ourt rendered Judsmeul
aalust lue county for cos's ac. rulut- on said
first as well as on said second trial, lldd, not
A'l the Justices concurring
A true copy. Attest: U. J. BROWN,
i- a J Clerk Supreme Couit.
STV1EOF KASHAS, .,
I, C J Brown, Clerk ot tbe Supreme Court
of theejtaleot Kansas. do ierehy certify that
tbe loregoingla a true aud conect copy of the
Btllahus In each of the above entltle.1 cases,
as the same appears on file In my office.
witness my nana and omciai seal, uereto
(seal) affixed at myomce In Topefca.thls
l?.n day ol December, A D 1879.
Clerk Supreme Court.
HOUSE AND FARM.
Nine hundred and seventy ear loads of
cattle were loaded at Dodge City during the
six months ending with last November.
Little Johnnie says : "Talk about your
patent base-burning stoves, my ma's old
sllpner Is a hot enough base-burner for
Thirty persons In a small town In Michigan
were recently holsoned by eating sausages.
This comes from leaving brass collars on
lndlsnspnlls. Is soon to have a great poul
try show. It will open January 8 and
last until the close of tbe 16th rf that month.
Premiums to the amount of f910 are offered.
An exchange furnishes Information cons
cernlng another sharp trick that has Just
been discovered to dupe tbe honest farmer.
The sharper goes through tbe county, and
country, and takes written contracts for tbe
delivery of so much butter at a certain place.
ou a certain day. The contrac'a are so printed
aa to oaeasiiy cnangeu into promissory notes
lor so many dollars by tearing off one end.
A Profitable Deposit.
(American Stockman. J
The farmer wbo raises stock carries th
operations of tbe farm as far aa it Is profitable
to carry them without the aid ot large
amounts ot capital, f r he takes the spon
taneons production cf tha soil and puts It
Into tbe most concentr iled ;from possiole for
transportation to the consumer, and at u "
name lime, if be be skllirul and enterprising
heputsthtru Into the most palatable and
nutritious form, Well bred stock and plenty
ot R.al grsss are a deposit from whKih the
tbe farmer of the wtsi can drar money in
plenty whenever be needs it.
Oar Wool Interest!.
Tbe census of 1810 reported twenty-four
woolen ractores In this country tbat spun
yarn, and 9,2J8,'U9 jsrds of woolen cloth
woven In families, valued at (4,413,000, In
U50 there were 1 K20 woolen establishments
tbat employed 35 0U0 persons and annually
products! goods or various textures valued at
s3,MJ.t00. In ltd) tbe woolen establish,
menu bad Increased to 2,020, employing 46,
(M) males aud females, and producing goods
to the value ot JG7 301,00 annually. Owing to
the great demand of woolen gods to supp y
the army with blankets, clot li log, etc , In
the rebellion, tbe woolen factories In the
United States increased nearly one-half In
ten years, and tbe census of 1870 counted 07,
OtO perrons as employed In woolen factories,
who annually produced goods to tbe value of
With tbe Incressi of population tbe de
maud for woolen fabrics continues about the
same, and there are at the present time about
the same number of mills dolne about tbe
same amount of business as tn 1872 Just be
fore tbe financial panic commenced. Rut
with the natural facilities ror the raising of
stieep an I the mauutacture of woolen goods
the demand f.'r wool aud woolen goods In
this country Is far ahead of tbesupplv. In
the past forty-six years, or since ItSi, th..
United Slates have Imported wool, eltbrr
mannfac uted or unmanufactured, to tbe
value of S1,?I0 000,000. Fort' e pat four years
this couhtiy hs imported wool and woolen
gtsala lo the value (lu the aggregate) of (170.
Ittl.om, while the export Is a trifle. In 1675
the total duties on wont and woolen textures
amounted to IS) 914 C36, aud with tbe excep
tion ol four years prior to 1848, was a larger
revenue than ever was produ-ed In any one
year In this country, or within S9,000,ui0 ol
wbat was expeiidtd In tbe el(,bt years of
Mr. B. B. Ryan has rurchased the Mound
Wa Ktney is to have a twenty thousand
dollar opera bouse.
Twelve hundred Salmon were deposited
In tbe Cottonwood river last week, near
The county treosnrer's collections at
Atchison, up to Saturday night segregated
nearly SlOJ.ftX). .
I awker City Free Presa, 18
Tbe mumps have taken possession or Caw
kerln earnest Just now. Tie pupils of the
public schools, numbering 13U, dwindled
down last week to only 10, the rest being
down with the disease.
Tne Wtacaester Academy.
We have received tbe compliments of the
Board of Trustees of the Winchester academy
requesting the attention or the public to
tbe fact tbat tbe second term of tbe Fifth
Academical yeir of Wtncb.ster Academy
will open on Monday, January 5, 1880, at
o'clock A. st
Dssathor-. Celareaa JH tauter.
Atchison Patriot, 22.J
Ytsterdsy evening, at five minutes before
five o'cloca. Rev. D. G. Lett, one of the most
eminent colored divines of the State, and
past grand tmaster of the colored masonic
lodge;of the State breathed his last at bU real,
denoeon Commercial street. He bad been
suffering from beaut disease for several years,
aud last evening a sudden flow or blood to
tbe head brought an end to hla earthly
Waived aa Exaaalaatlaa.
(Ford county Globe, 20.1
D. M. Frost, editor of the Ford County
Globe, waived a preliminary examination,
on the charge of 'buying' Government prop
erty, before U. S. Commissioner S.G.Cook
on tbe 18lb lust., and was bound oyer In the
sum ofC 000 for his appearance at the April
term ol U n. District Court at Topeka. Col.
J.R Hallowell..U. a. District Attoinevw s
present. Several witnesses far the prosecu
tion were also present.
I Lincoln Register, ltf
Kiowa, Barbour Co., Kan., Dc 1, 71.
Ed. Kxgistzb: You will please give notice
In your paper that Mrs. Sarah J. Wilson left
Manhattan, March 25, for Birboar oounty,
aud that she has never arriv.d at tbe above
place, and that there has been fool play some
wneie. A liberal reward will be given for
any Information. Mrs. Wilson lsthlrty-Hx
yeasrsold. weighs about 125 pounds ; auburn
Male ans. K'n. v . t. ...... . : .
" - ....... w. wwiuu uvcaiea. one
left with one spaa ot muios. aad five child
ren, three boys and two girls Qcorc- A .
Martha E . Mary J., Ferdinand M. and VlrgU
A. Wilson. WJC. Chow"
Lawrence Journal. IL
A new city Is looming np In the Southwest.
It Is Wellington, the oounty seat of Sumner
county. Borrounded by green wheat fields,
she sits like a young queen and claims to
have a population of iW0 souls. The Wich
ita branch of the Atchison, Topeka 4 Santa
Fe road baa reached her rrom the north, and
In a few weeks sbe expects to see tha Oist
train roll In horn tu- east oi the extension
of oar own Kauas City, Lawrence A South
ern. We may well gel ready for tbe free ride
when the grand opeulug Uses place, for evi
dently Welllng.on is bound to be a good
nelabbor to Lawrence, and la wait worth
THE UKEAT OP FEB.
"We will give for a short time to any oae
seeding us three urw subscribers to The
sr.iu.vnxQ ior one year at Il.Zjcach, a
bandsome, durable copy of Webster's dic
tionary, elegantly printed, gtlt edged. Every
bov in the county should have one, and ctn
obtain one by asking tcree neighbors who Jj
aotnotetale thepaprr to sobscrib1. Make a
little effurt and j ou can get a dictionary that
yon will prize highly. Ktmember.ll Is new
subscrlbeis that we want
A Paper Far Vanes; ivapte.
Tbe Youth's Companion, of Boston, t m
plojs the same writers tha best English
and American mr guinea, araj no other
publication for the family furnishes o
much entertainment and instructio't of a
superior order for so low a price. I's il
lustrations are bj our best artist, acd it
na recently been greatly enlarged.
The county teachers' examination will lw
held at the court house on tbe third Satur
day in January.
The teachers' Institute of High Prairie and
Alexandra township, will meet lo Supt. Van
Emnn'a office In tbe court house on tbe sec.
ond Huuday In Januarv. Tney will ireet the
tearutr oi cision a-a i.icaapoo un the same
An Open ltaMincxM.
Tbe'great success won b tbe Louisiana
Htate Lottery Company has been gained by
the strict fairness ot its dealings with the
public. All Its methods of doing tuMnesa sre
open as tbe day and buyers ot tickets have
karned tbat lhey haveonly to contend with
tbe laws ot chance aud that all are served
alike. When anyone asserts the contrary of
lumLwraiu vait una a ua or a nlSCK
mal er. Tbe regular monthly drawlui; will
take place ou the Uih of January.
Whooping Cougn is tuccessfullr treated by
separating the patienu b-rond hearieg dis
tance of each other, and by tbe t luj.loj tuent
of Fe lows Hypophojpiiltes Hooping cough
s a nervous disease of so sympathetic a Da.
tore, that a pajoxysm may be pro Kod In
one susc-ptlb e by simply bearing Ih-roiiKh
of another person. The above Dame I treats
ment has been lound singularly erlocus e.
We hsve a speedy and piltlve cure lo
catarrh, Diohthella.l'ankermnn'h and tfead
ncbetnSHILOB'siCATAKKU Ut-MKI y. A
Nasal Injector tree wltn each bottle. U-e tt
If you desire health and sweet bieath. Price
5J cts. Sold by Arnold A HuuU sat A w
Constipation Is positively cured by Carter's
Little Liver Pills. Xot by purging and weak
ening the bowels, but by regulating uud
strengthening tbem. This Is done by lm-
firovlngtbe digestion and stimulating the
1 ver to the proper secretion of bile when the
bowels will perform their cus orsary tunc-
uuusiu an easy auu natural mauuer. furg
atlve pills must be avoided. Ask for Cartel's
Lttl'e Liver I'llls. .Trice ceuh.. .Sold by
Arnold i llunt dAwlt
"In tbe early ages of the woill perfumes
were constantly used, and they have tbe
high sanction of Scriptural authority." The
patrons oi penumtat aiau times nave Deeu
the most polished people In tbe world, and in
this age no refined lady or gentleman con
siders tneir toilet complete without the use
or ome delightful scent lUe Dr. Price's
Unique Perfumes, which are really the gems
Dr. Price's 8 pecial.Fla voting Extracts, Nec
tarine, Rose, Lemon, etc., have baen before
tbe public many years, and have gained for
themselves, on their own merits, at exten
sive sale. Their great popularltylls mainly
due to the using of the purest and best ma
terials, with special reference to their healths
The success attending the use of these creat
remedies lu the treatment of affect Inns of the
skin and scalp with loss or hair Is astoulsh
ing. From every'part of tbe couu try coin
the most grateful acknowledgements of what
might be ral ed mlracufoua cures. Messrs.
Weeks & Potter extend their thanks to all
who have spoken n good word for Ccticcua
Soap and Cuticuka Ucsolvknt, uud will
thankfully receive reports of new cases
wherever tbey occur.
SALT RHbUM UN 800Y
Aad LI nibs, o bilged to aro Abnat on
Cratches. A Wssderlsl Care.
Messrs. Weeks A PoTTSR. (Jentlemen In
ustlceto those who may suffer as I havesuf
ered, and as a grateful acknowledgment of
he cure I have received from the use of the
Cuticuka Remedies, 1 voluntarily make the
I bavehadSali Kbeumon my body and on
one lez In a very aggravated torm for S yearn
No kind of treatment, or medicine, or doc
tors, during this time, did me anv Derma
nent good. My frteuds in Maiden and elxu
where know tbat I have been a great suffer
er and that tuy condition at limes has been
such as to make me despair or ever belug
mle to find a cure, or even a relief. In fact,
when I beau tbe use of Cuticuka. mv limit
was so raw and tender tbat I could not bear
abyweighton It without tbe skin cracking
and bleeding, and was obliged to go about ou
crutches. I commenced lo useUie cuticuka
in April, and at onc realized Its beneficial
effects. It gradually drew tbe Inflammation
aud humor to Ihesurfaceaud, as last ax 1 tap
peared. healed it At times large quautlties
would come to the surface, causing burning
heat. Inflammation, swelling, and Itching,
which, under tbe canstant uaeot CUTICUKA,
wo'ild rapidly subside aud heal. Each time
these outbreaks grew less and less severe and
finally disappeared, leaving me perfectly
cured. I used the Cuticuka nve months and
took the Resolvent moat of the time, whlcb
were the ohlv remedies I used. I think the
Insolvent a very strengthening and puri
fying inedlclue to take In such extreme c.txs
asmlue, because the disease Is so weakening
lo tbe sj stem.
Very gratefully yours,
MRS. ASA R. BROWX.
Maiden, Mass., Oct. 18. 1S73.
ECZEMA OF THE HANDS
Cored luterestloar i ener front a
FDITOS Nt- UKLCAjms riCAYraS, Hi
Since tha fall of 18C7, up to the last tbr e
weeks, I have been troubled witu an ercrp
tlon of the skin, which the doctoa real I by vh,
rlous names, but which Is generally known
by the name of Eczema or Bait kheum. Tbe
orlncloie place of attack was mv hands.
which at times, especially during; the winter
were very sore.
At limes the disease threatened to spread
from my hands and envelop my whole rxvly.
Doctors have been consulted In Philadelphia,
Washington, and this city, with no more
success than a temporary relief. Alter con
siderable expense, and much pain and suf
ferlng, I bad come u the conclusion that 1
would, as the saving godS.havelo grlu and
about four weeks ago I read In tbe "Pica,
ynne" the advertisement of Cuticura, for
sale by our well known druggist, Mr. Lyons,
and resolved to try "It. I purchased a fifty
cent box, and before It was half used the dis
eased bad completely disappeared, and I leel
certain tbat mine is a permanent enre.
My object in sending you I his lett-r Ik to
make known toother sufferers the value ol
Cuticuka, and thus benefit, if ever so little,
Yours truly, P. P. CARROLL,
Attorney and Counsellor at Uw-
jS Camp St., Mew Orleans, Dec 25, IS7S.
TheCCTrcrjRA Kemkdies are prepared by
WeeksA Potter, Chemists aud Druggists, &u
Washington Street, Boston, and are fors-ale
bv all Druaalsts. Price ot Cbticura. small
boxes, 60 cents; large boxes, ooutainlnK two
and one-half times the quantity of small, SI.
Rxsolvxnt, tl per bottle. Cuticuka Hoap,
2$ per ca fee cents; by mall, SO oents; three
cakes, 75 cents.
asOl-LlnVs Placed over the cent re
1av,fcfcl,av oflbe nervous forces, tbe
IMTlir srHnrrntaP'tofthe stomach, tbey
MsaBHstlmnlate the Lire,
ttl ae--n Btomaeh, and Bowels,
aTl5Ttv" pertect DUestion, cure
-yyspepaia. Bullous Colllc,Cramps and Pains,
and prevent Ague and Malarial Diseases. For
Weak and Bo.-e Lungs, Palpitation or the
Heart, Pain Jul Kidneys, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia and Sciatica, lhey are the beat remedy
rn the world Osat thesennlnsi
Simmon's L-ver Regulator
ramiiy Medicine; and by I
beina- kept ready for Immediate resort
save many an hoar of suffering; aad many a
uuiizsx iu uiub auu uuctun OlllS
After over forty years trial it is still re
ceiving; the most unqualified testimonials to
lu virtues from persons or the highest char
acter and responsibility. Emlnsant pbysl
cisus commend it for all rtltrswn of the"
as A3i irncroi sracmc.
OPINION OF THE CLKRUY.
Blmmons' Liver Regulator is certainly a
specue for tbat class olcomp'atnts which It
claims to care. It any of our fellow beings
are suflering from hepatic disorders and
have daunts In relation to the efficacy or this
popular preparation, we can only offer them
tbe simple and candid argument of Pnlllp to
Nathaniel, 'Come and see." Try the pro
poses! remedy and then you can Judge lor
yourselves. rlev. David wills, pastor of
Presbjtentn Church, Macon, Ua.
Tako rjlmmons' Lalver Renu
THX 8TKPT01CS of liver complaint are un
easiness and pain In the side. Hornet line,
the paints in the shoulder, snd Is mistaken
for rheumatism The stomach Is affected
with loss of appetite and sickness, bowels In
general costive, sometimes altering with lax.
The head Is troubled with pain, and dull
heavy sensation, considerable loss of mem
ory accompanied with painful sensation of
bavin: left undone something which ought
to have been done. Often complaining of
weaKntass, debility and low spirits. Some
times many of the above symptoms attend
tis disease, and at other times very few
them, bat tne liver is generally the or:an'
most involved. Tne cheapest, purest and
best family medicine in the world. For Dys
pepsia, Constipation, Jaundice, Bilious
attacks. Sick Headaeoe. Colic. Depression o
spirits Sour ritomach Heart Burn etc
ORIQINAL AND ONLY GENU IE
ran sxasa oosa got sal ajsataaisaa.
It a Preparation ol IRON and CAUSAYA
Endorsed by the Medical Profession, and reconimentled by them fiw D yrpepJii, Csncrol Debility, Te-
nale DtMaJci, Want or Vitality ,&., ic
SfMBorarttired by tbe Dr. Ilarter JlellclneCoXo.Sia N. Main Slrecl.M. Lou la.
The following Is one or the ery many testimonials we are receiving daily)
(7rrtnan Some three mnntlu ajo I began the use of Dc. 1 Uktek I cov Tovrf. cpon the .tdrlcn
ormany friends who knew its Tlrtaes. 1 wai su3erln? from perc ral d bllltr to such an extent that luv
labor was exceedingly burdensome to me. A vacation of a month did not piTe me much n Hef, hut sat
tt.e contrarr. was fulfowetl hy Increased prostration and f Inking chills. At this lime 1 bnnn the tt; ef
jourlKox Tomc. front which 1 realUeil almost Immediate and wonderful resulis. TIte ol 1 energy
relii-nesl and I found that mr natcral force was not permanently arutcd. I have ned three bottles f'
tlie Tnic. Since using It Ilare done twice ttie labor tbat I ererdi.l In the ame time Unrinj eit lllneu.
and with double the ease. With the trawjnll ncrre and Ticor er ta-Iy. lias come also a cl-an.rsstr
thotiKlitneTtr before enjoyed. If tbe Tomc has not done the aurs.,1 -now not auai. 1 gtteU tbu
sredlu Host gratefully j ours,
TE0T, O., Jarr. 2. ITS. J. P. W vtmjv, Tastor Christian Chnrch, Troy, O
War hale by Draczlsts and General Dealers Cirnsbcn.
SADDLES, HARNESS, SADDLFRY, -HARNESS
T ri m m i n g s !
NSW ESTABLISH KENT.
We take the liberty to lulnrm our frtnda and thp public ccrreriltctha' ue hnveopDetl
at .so. tI3Cu-rcStOStr,et, iVHS'enworili, K is's.a wholesale sstabiisunient tor tl. ale
of .-"aildierv and itfrutss.and su eaddlery, II rtlwateand Irlmmma, We shatl seenn
fullasaorlmeulof til goods lu ourline to suit no Units. vlf
ACKENMAUSEN & BRO.
A Xtranije I'cople. I
Do you know thot there are stranco people
In oar community ? We say strnnge because '
tbey seem to prefer to sutler tmil pa? their
days miserably, mutle so by Dyspeista and
Liver Complaint. Indigestion. Cooaiipation
and General lK-billty, -tlien KHIUlIf d I
rAl.IZEK Isttpirauttd to cure them, bold
by Arnold s Huul.
Ver bum Hup.
The poptltnty of "Spanule"ls Increas
ing with the lncreAae of tbe use of tbe article.
Either for man or beast tbe lot on la excel
lent, subduing Inflammation, allaying iril
tation, and producing an lnvlgomtrd condi
tion ot the skin and ileab. Mr llob-rt Bon
ner I-not given to issuing statements com
plimentary of remedies which he has not
tried. The following certlDcato which be has
chrerfullvalven speaks volumes in lavor of
Office of Tiir Lfixjek.')
New York Deo. 2, l7a f
This Is toeertlfv lliat 1 b'tve u-s-u Ibo Lo
tion known as "S-ipanule,"and find It to bo
an excellent article for allaying hliinima
The enterprising drug firm Arnold A Hunt,
Of this place, have added to their sto"k Ibo
valuable remedies of the Carter Medicine Co,,
Erie, Pa., consisting of Curttr's Ltttle Liver
PUN, Carter's Nerve Pills, Carter's Iron Pills
and Carter's Smart-Weed and Belladonna
Backache Plasters. These goods have now
gre it popalarity everywhere aa they possess.
rxal merit and give entire satlvfartinu to alt
pr les u-lng tbem. If yon are troubled with
sice headache glve'Cartel'a Little Liver Pills
h trial aud you will be surprised with the
result. See advertisement in anotner col
umn. Tne Ural HenoU.
In alraont every case, tbe first and lmmey
dlate result of the use oj "Compound Oxy
gen" Is an Increase or uppetlte aud n new
senseof bodily lite and comfort. OurTttati-n
sent free. Address Dra.SlHrkey A Palm, 1112
Ulrard btreet, Philadelphia. Pa.
(arucera and Storekeepers!
pay 3 to 5 cents a pound for butter made with
Ollt-Edge Butter Maker. It increases tlm
production C to 10 per cent. Reduces labor of
churning one-half, elves a rich golden color
tbe year round, tiold by druggists, grocers
and general storekeepers. Bend stamp for
"Hints to Butter Makrs." Address, Butter
Improvement Co , Blfualo, . Y.
What la Compound Oxygen?
It Is a cotubtua'lori o( Oxygen and Nitrogen,
tbe two elements which make up atmos
pheric air. In such proportions as to render.
It richer lnXabe real or life giving element.
This exact combination, so long sought lor
liy chemists and pathologists, his never
before been attained; and Its discovery, after
long and patient Investigation and experi
ment, marks tbe beguiling or a nev ent In
the healing art. It Is now giving back a
nartlal or lull measure of health totbouvinds
of suffering men and women who have vain-
y sought lor rellel In an the means oi cure
heretofore within their reach 11 nets on
scientific principles and in complete har
mouy with natural lawa and lorrea. It as
sists nature to remove obstructions, aud
restores to her Ibe normal control el ail her
vital activities It ts not a medicament, but
a helper. Oiir"Treiiise on Compound Oxy
gen," its nature, act'ou aud the resulta whicn
Have followed Its suministiraiion, s"ii ires-.
Address Ds Staickey & Palen. Ill; Ulrard
ht., Pblla., Pa.
Ior the Gllt-Edue Butter aiaVcr-ves obtained
from one of tlie most exteudvo dairy fann
ers of Ireland, noted for the excellent and
superior keeping qualities of Ills butter,
mcu ws3 etweny purcuHstsi uy ixiiittoti
tteaiers lor export to Iudla, wtiere'the warm
c'lmate puts butter to a very severe test. It
Irta been thoroughly tried by a larse numbT
of the very best butler-tuskers In this coun
try, and they hav given it their emphatln
appnival. Price 25 cent! per package, bold
by ull sture keepers.
COLLINS, N. Y , Feb. Will 1S79
Cent rt- We churned one gallon of cream
to-dsyal a tempeitureotMfleg., u-lngyour
Gllt-Ediie Butler Maker, lime of cliurnlmr,
lSJminutts reull. 11-3 lajunds of butter.
Color, cal. As we have not pruvlouslv
weighed our butter, or course we cannot ten
whether thera la a better per cent, or not,
biitappearaucsalndlcabs It, uud the duality I
la atleasttwv cents perpounl bitter. Yours,
M. E. WILUUK, Prop'r of Coilius Lroamery. '
Cod-I.lvcr inland I.inic,
That pleasant and active ncent In thecure r
of all cO'iKtiinptlVH symplomi, "wlllor't
Compound rf l'tirecod Ltverui innumj,"
Is oeiiit; universal y iiuopieii iu mt uicai pntr-
lee. Mid by the proprietor, A. B. Wninu,
Chemist, Boston, anu all orusarl&U. won.y
Frora tbe steady, Arm rd regular Itest of !
Hits lie irt, replactui Interrupted aud fee'ile
action of that oijan. tleiiioustrctel In a va
rie'y of cases, "Fellows' Compound Kjrupot
Hrpopbosohltes la known to ex-rta power
ful ionic eilect ou tbe muscles of the Heart,
1710R SALE OR TRYDE-Ono house nntl
let, or tln-e hou'ts and II vo lola, t r
Improved land In the couu'rs-. this proper
ty Is convenient to th srock Island Depot
dectt alii Cneieuue streat.
SAWING THE LOG.
THE GREAT SUCCESS1
OP TH1 , T Al
Labor Sav Insr RII)1.N IV. 3IACH3M: Is t.Vy
deinoustrate-1 by the number In us" an 1 Hie present
demand ror them It saws Locs or any size. Ono
nnncan saw more los orco-o wiMiin onn uw
ml rnsler than two men can the old war. Itwdi
sawatwof.Totlorln three mlnntea. i:aery Itierti-
s-r neesla oaie. liisvnsnmayf-niasTaitiest- esuuwi
lllulra'etl fircular and Tenns.
Adders V. TV. IMIVrtTirKArO-
It's Um SL. Cliicluuull, .
mTf a "ilTi' One W. W. Giles, aliu W.
L V I Jlfa-W. Jllr, formfrly f St.
Iionls, Mo, advertises that he bas an In
fringement suit strlnst us, which Is fa!e
vVe hope to soon hrln? this rovlns Ollrs, afiaj
Jllz, to Jos'lce. Send for parilculars.
Co'HPpDflawara and Fifth Si.
Thepeopleof Leaven-vorth and vllnlty are
invi'ea to can auu examine
Our Fine Display
Celluloid Goods, Cat G!as Bottlea. Toilet
Sets. Glove and iisnd kerchief
We Shall ssafee our
a Specialty, as nas always been dona by thl
srw wish to Inform the mny friends or
r. B.E Thompson that he wlllremaln htie
until the middle of January.
GS0. C, VADGHiy,
fiuccssor to Thompson's Pruscripilon Drug
nil's 3f laaloa on Earth.
A tharough medical treatise. Indleatics
hiwcouQimed claahllltles may be removed.
Tbe experience of 3) yesrt' (luiiy, observa
tion aud proiessloxuil pratlee, aliowinj tbe
agenci-a that will insure resuirid msnbood,
streutttneaed vltsllty, and sound condition
ofbealib, tbat have been Impaired by over
taxed powers. A statement of obstacles to
ma-iiase and or the means by which they
emu trs rcBiuvrat. ay lOKii, n , currency
Addrfsss S-c'v Musens- i
Anatomy and Ssaence.iSSCth a vN.Y. J
-A ' HUP'
BARK. In cc.Ttbaticn nlth the Phosphites.
A MI.r.MMI OITOItTI'tll V TO
Wist , FORI INC FIRrsT GIUMHN
TIlIKUri i,iLVSs A.A1JGM OKLEAV-".
T'.L'K-D.VY. -fNl RV iJ, ljS0-ll('tili
Imm saie Jbotlerv Ccmpan
1 1lls lust tntion was regularly incorpora
ted by liiMLegisK.tureof the State for Educa
tional autl Countable purix-a-s In lo-J, for
Urn I'sriu t( I'vveut) livo Years, to
which contract the inviolable faith of the
Slate Is pltsled, wlilch pledge bus b,ea re
newed by aa overwhelming popular vote,
securing t ir-ii.ehLao m the new
couiUiut 1 1' adopted December Snd. A.
U is; i v tn a capital or SI,lni,WW
towbit.ii.. i"i.- since added u reserve funtlot
!iV),t)i.i. t.s l.ruiiil aiiiale Number
KlMtrlbulI.ni will ta.ke placu monthly on
I lie second fu -day.
It nrver tcatejt, j'vi'jtonct Ioot attbo fol
lowing DistribuUon :
CAPITAL PRIZc, q30,000.
10000t) Ticketa at Two Dollars Eich.
LIS. OF Fi:lZ :
I Capital Prtzu of.. . ... S 30.KX1
1 Capital Prize l"i,u.U
1 CaplUl Prtzi.
Prizes of !i!a
5 Prizes of l,HO.
20 Prizes of !.
UW Pilzsuf l'H
;ai Prizes or f0
fail Prizes or SI
l,u Priz--a or ID-
9 ' a
; " " luu,
l,sj7 Prizes amounting to-
UHsponslble corresponding agents w ante
at all potnla. to wilful liberal coiupeutatlon
will bt) paid.
Write, c--arly staling full address, for fur
ther Infoi illation, or seudorUers by epres cr
mall ddtised only to
31, A. ItAIII'lll.V.
New Orlo-iE, L.T.,
or same lVnoa at
No. JtIO llrondvvaj-. .oiv York.
All our Grand Fxtraordiiisry lirawlngs are
under tbe suiiervision a d ruauagetnent of
oeneral-O. T. BEAUREJAP.D and J. HVL
A. EARY. wtd sat Aw
Olf IIEGKEAT SOLTHEKX rem
I I ed (or the cure of tcrofuln,
acrofulous Taint, ltheumalfm,
A'hiU; Swelling, Gout, (ioitre, Con
sumption, riroachitif, Nervous Ite
biliiy and all diseases arinin from
in impure condition of the Dlool.
1 h. mtrlta of this valuable prepara
tion are so well-known that it itasslus
notiwis hiiinects.sary to reniludthe
readersot I itslournitl ofthe ntare-sstty
iralwaysb tviuga bottle of this meo
icme hiuou their stock or family
tertnlcates can be presented from
nany leillng I'liysicKns, Ministers,
and heads of Mmllles throughout tlie
South eiidorslnii in the highest terms
Tir Kutd Extract nf li -adalu.
Dr. it. Oilsfiit t.'tsrrof Bn'tlmnre
saya "he has used It lo ejus, s of fsror
ula and otheraUeaed with much s.tt-
Ro-atla is is s"id dv an urns?ists.
10H-N K. HENKYjCUKKANji.
iV H, VV V O It 1C.
Meyer Bros A Co , ent, ct. I onls,
Aruold a Hunt, aeuls, Ltay-nworth
riliilions or Iiaotlicrs cxpreS3 incir tic-
.. . Cos'oria Itisnntnro'sremcdv
libiovert.a..oria. it u nntaro s rexaouy
for assimilating; tliofood. UnIikoCa-
tor Oil, it is pleasant to take, nn'l
nciike MomWuo Syrupj, it U liarmlcw.
Castoria regulates the Sovrols, tlos troys
Sour Curd ami Wid Colic'
nnJ allays I"cvorisuaoss. What strn
health to tbo Child, promotes rest for
the Mother. Children Cry for Pitch
er's Castoria. It tbo most reliable,
effective and popular artlclo dispensed by
Since Hcalin; rcscilics jarc Locn tuetl ty
has there been known zsch aLc!a'.o Puin
rcliovins sgcauaa tho
They sootho. heal, ernl cure. They
1IK.VL-Cub3, Wounds. GalL-, Old-iorcs, Ero-ken-breasts
anil Soro Nipples;
CUItE Pain iu tho Eack. Rhcursatifa. Scia
tica, Lumhaso, Xcuralzia. Ear-.'.ehr,
Tetter. Pimples, Itcb. fc'alt Kheum. and
all Ilesh, Bono aad Muscla allrscnts of
StroiiCE Infianmition nnd Pwellinjs:
I'ronehitis. Croup and Qmnry ;
ICTIIACT-Pain frora Barns. Scalds, Stizcs.
Frost-bites, Strains and Bruises.
The experience of ccstaric3 has cotlo U.o
I,Iniments, tho no:t speedy zed ercctive
carativ a agents for
v - KATX and BEAST
tic world has ever known. Tho Centaur
have rolioTod raoro hod-ridden Crip
ples t healed more frirjhtfnl ts-orurds,
and saved more valnahlo aniztals than
al other liniments, ointment, oils, extracts,
plasters snd so-called "pain killers" and
"skin cures" combined.
Physicians and Veterinary Surzecss c
dorsethe Centaur Idnim-nts; millions
of men, women and children in all countries
no xhent, and Housekeepers. Farmer!.
Planters. Travelers, Liverymen, Teamsters
snd Etoek-trrowers, are their patrons. They
are clean, they are handy, they arc cheap,
and they are reliable. There is. no ache,
pain,orsrnrelli2 which they will not alle
viate, rnfcdne, or core. Sold throughout
THE HABITABLE GLOBE
for 50 cts. anl CI.00 a Lottie. Trial
bottles, 25 cts.
7IOaTII-.KNTS ,VA t rKI
30 Tie-si selling srtl-l- In the world
onesamplerre. Add-tss Jay Urou-
LLsSHIITKEKloai) (lateTnlrd Audl-
tor U. a. Treamry J, Attorney anas cun
seilorat Law, Oi Grant Place, Washington, li.
:. Havln? been mlrd Auditor ofthefjnited
rafatasa Treasury for six years. I am tboroagn-
ly lamllllar wlin Ibecourxsoi Dusinersueiure
the Oovernment Departments Special at
tention irtven to the settlements of Recounts
of all Uovernmnt GfMctrs Postmasters,
vtarsbals. Mall Coatrsctora snd others, will
practice before tbe bepreme tvurtor tne U.
a.. Court ot Claims, patent OMc-, O'ntral
Land Ofice. Ac., xc lie.'tra to Hon. t-amue!
K. Phillips. Solicitor General U rs.IIonJaa.
Ullflllan. Treasurer oflbe U.S. Hon. J. il
ilcOrew.fcilxlh Auditor U. b.TieasQry,
inm m mm
pi Jm tgV F nil r fl Ls
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
.litii Cum Vrotv Whnt tec C.iin.
Cg-There are no fallarest nnsl nodlsnp.
IxtltilineuU. ir you are tram 1. 1 ni's f( h7
HICK HE.S.PACH1: joiiran bs-eaallj nj
siwteUly euresx, aa nuadreata tstate
treitsl. lthall bt- pleaaeal to iMjall &
slice I of teatlmonlala tti any InlareatteatI
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS
Also cure all forma or Itlllousness. pre ent Consil
lahon and Ursivrsla. rntmete lliirrlini. rnliv
distress frtmi hat hearty eating, corrett lieaailrrs
of iht. stomach. Mlntnlale the I.lv-r.aml Uegtl.
late the bvmels. Tlieydoall this by taking Just
one little pill al a tltss. They are purely vegeta
Me.rtonnt cripeor purge.and areas nearly tsr
fect as it is raisslble fur a pill to W. Price JT.cent-s.
Sfort. tMtrdrnsci.tatTerTwh-ra.r-iit Svmatl.
CAltTEK MEDICIXi: I'll, EKIH,' 1A.
For saie by .Arnold .t Hunt, wbolesaln
druggist; Geo. C. Vuushn, retail, cod Aw.
FREE TO ALL
LIFE OF CHRIST.
S30 Pages. Over S0O Illitstratloua.
Free to all who send us tbeir address and six cents
t TOitaffe stamps. Adttreaa
aTMTTXU STATES Roorc A- ntTttX CO,
1 SO Lltn WU, t laalaaalL X
--. 4, ST art . lf lij
m Al Ma
NEVER FAILto mske
SI23 pu: MO.Tlt
selltug our ntckle
S1UI.I'- I' la In
dorsed by the press aud
public for ACCURACY. CONVrsiFJ.CE aud
CHEvrSEsa. Bella at sight evekv iiocsf.-
keU'kk. By fecurlng territory which wilt i
given free, you become your owu ptoprwtor
ufa pleasant and profitable buInts. Write
for terms anil territory.
unto scale wouks, intent, ave. t-incia-
natl. Ohio. decllaSu
ltvely Rosebud Chmino Cards, or M
-. y an mono, wnii
name, 10c. Nash.aU
Caku Co., Nassau, N. V.
cry Eleaant Cards, CO pretti-st 'yle. with
OU name, 10c. blampa taken. W. H. Monre,
Brcokport.N. Y. nouzfwiJi
K(l rerfumnl, Ocrrm Unas end Gilt Edjr as
J & sorlrtl tarda, namu iu gold, I be. Ray
A Co., E. Walirhgtord.Ct. ml3-v7-l5t
Agenta I'ruflt per "Week.
NmH hh rro'" ,r f"'f"t !" St t'utnt frse
Irrorett t forfeit Jj"
KG. HIDEOUT & CO.
flj a-SWATCHES. Csr"t 1 th known w..tlL
imi wavteIi to sell Dr. Chn-eV
i 2 iS 2"Its'liH IVaik. Sew Price
All j.ist You double your money.
Address Dr. Chase's I r luting House. Anu
Arbor, Mien. octSwly
tjj7 tavwt;henifelrfi. laiiiant,s ai tifriuwauj
E frvcrvtsstskMw.iapnas-s. Lium-ns fe laojt.!. rr
E9 ltiavnntliri 1 tsutl rttl W ni ai i.O.-Os.
lifiFNT ForthePie'oMa! B ble Cmmen.
cotnp" t and comprebeiiNivu
..iiiiutLHary oatr.ontirSrripiirn(ln one
vol j ever puhItUil. Price. XI. 7- t'radley.
CanL-tsoD, s: Co., Ui N.4:h u, I'ui.'a- fu.
twtr a I Mific Foatrua Frn. 2 M! lea I .lff pljTrl
H.JJrr; I fU'D !laUr I K.U-rr fcp P,, . 12 ft. t !
vr t au fctv Pifr I Jtl !-.,, tht ( rni.
ai l hiac t-rtrrt ttr t -tmf lutck, iti; Kasrr llta m-
crr All mcui for Fifty Oenta. Mimj m,. AJvtrrot.
iLaUU IJXi tiHJl LtJlk 0rrUsiU'-,.w JrsaJ.
Mstpssy asssuaja, tsJwavaWra. fajsl.li
KprMsrMpavaU. PrBttBa. !?
VSswbt. tVaVlfs-aa, - A OUAMl tO,
sa J J J tft...rit r.LU
VTCKERY Au-u-ta. Maine.
uurtsa, 1-. u
rjLTD rsETP-oMmrr cataiootje.
t)krasvcaralaa4orLacX f"l y?
lD,trnnrt.t.lasl.JlulM. l ..'
Cm. rdts J'aucbss.l'oia-
roo. ttrua U,ors fr tmS
act Hats. rratotfl. Can.'
tajaps t-taiu!s. art.1 Oats
tts cvatalas 3ra-ssf
i:iU.l T. JtCins
LYU a. XAl.,lC3StaUliU.CUfl,XJ.
07IUZHMOAL, PARIS, 1S73.
HhKE and SAVE
tr csn:n Tttn cnrravTCT
AaTiaanraTfeanreait iaaji.-.- ttandtT bitntr- it l.t
lirswcnlisfwwlccTcrjrirar. la ismi, islssilis
a:itVirrnnSii-Jl'rtre..v-.f iCiunrruslu ,l
S-rartcsseaailowi.f,. i ..LunUst-imiowCTir se
3stlia.TxnilIownav Send otsfortoa-toinguU..
Xr-XJiitpalotrucucaiandsis- a- n llublc.cnnUui
-xj-How to punrr-sx
-5tr-7-cf MOUEI.rRIvn:R-"iG' n t alt fie r'r.
v at, j v..DAinnDsrSt x i-.r-in,. .j ,
t -ice., 7i teiCautSat, I'J-tjai,
L f kivTitnelfixt LtNiwSiMsC.il
' . a m ,-s-
r; il1 sav'ii-.
a ,C5 a three months ocr Jao.
"as tsjsloes I ba,- w-rf u.;
tl-ia. 1-. Itii"
' ,ne cm be sics: when the stomach
blood, her and kidneys are Leailby, otic
Hop Iiiilera keep them eo"
'"X'hegreattst nourishmtf tonic, fippe
;:zr, i-trt nthentr and curatr.e un carti
"It h impoasihle to rerisin locc sicl
S ir out of health, where Hop Uttters an
'Why do Hop Rittera cure so much?'
I5-c u-e they give Rood diietion. ricl
'ilool and healthy action of ail theorsti '
Xo mitter what yonr feeliojra or ail
airt, Hoji Bitters will do you good."
iletueiuber. Hop Hitlers &ever uoe
n .... li,,S r.re .1 lor a .1.1 Mnl f nil 1 1 V
"i'urify the blood, cleanse the atoraacl
I ind sweeten the breath with Hop Bitters.'
j "Qdiet nerves and balmy sleep in Hot
5 'Xo health with inactive liver ant
H irinary organs without Hop Bitters."
j Try Hop Conwh Cure and Pain
Fo-Ralehv Arsolb & Hc-nt.Gsorge A
I Cutty aud Tlto. ElJGEUSDJlir, uboleaalu.
Sheriffs Sale, No. 123.
iUBLICNO"ICE Is hereby given that un
dr and by virtue of a Judgment ren
tiered In tbe District Court In the Couuty o
L-hv en worth. In tlie mate of Kansas, In an
action wherein 6 H-Gloverls P.alnllfl, and
L?vi Baldwin snd others are Defendants, aud
of an execution bailed on said Judgment, to
me directed and deilvtred, I will on Monday,
the 13th dayof DecmbT. A. D. I8TJ al sleveu
('clock: a M of that day. at the south Iron
do ir of Ibe Court lfou- In tbe City of L-av
n worth, lnl lie County of Le-svenworth, In
tbeHtate or KarisHa.rfferat Public dale and
tll it. th. liit-hent bidder, lor cash lu fisridf
ehe followlii: deis'l'ibed tracts of laud, situate. I
Tjinx and betnj In the County of Leaven
worth. In ibestateof Kansaii, namely
u.tea tin. icin oav of November. 1879
P. o. latwr,
f-herifl "t Leavenworth Cointy. Kansas.
l.ueien l: iter. Atloruey for Plalutl".
SheriiTs Sale fio. 124.
Ly I'BLIC NOTICE Is h-reby Riven that nc
utrand by virtue of a Julalnei.t reri'lrr-t-1
lu the I)linct Court lit the Co'iu.y of
Leaeuwcrth In the Mate of Kansas, ;n an
scllon wherein II. WJdeaa receiver of tbe
Estate of tbe Kansas mtursnre Company bt
Plaintiff, and the First Cumberland rresbi
tertan tnureh and others are IKfendanta,
aud of an execution 1-jsuwI ousa'd Judgment,
to me directed and delivered, I wilt ou Mon
day, theTOth day of December A. Is 137J, at
e'e.en o'clocx A. M of that day, at tbe south
front door ol tbe court bonstt lu the City of
Let.venwortb.ln the County of Leavenworth,
In the -late or Kansas, otlrr at Public Sale
snd Fell to th hlEbest bidder, tor cash In
h icd, the fr'luwln described tracts of land.
situate, lylns ar.d being In the County of
Leaven warth, In the State of Kansas,
Lo's seven (T) and elzht (S), In P'tsili forty
eljjbt (19), In Leavenwortu Ci.j propel) in
the County of Ltsvcnwurtri uud state of
Ksnaaa, totjether with all and rincular the
bertdliimeuts and appurtcnauces tbeieto be
loiitluir. Hated tclsTZth dy of Josembr, 187
P. G Low.
Sheriff of Leavenworth County Kansas.
T. A. II urd. Attorney lor .Exchange bank
of bt. Louis.
S Asaotii. Httntrrc. Hhatta Co.. Au-.
rU, Main. ici-wiyr. i
Vn i IvuDettplm
J. Ii ' 1! n t t
c-i t tci TV
$J ss. ji-. ,y iu uc
1 -.. slisnisif.nsf niaHur ' aaaasif 1(n brua
twenty -i)Ks.",cr.lalDlnJtasaea I . .,, ......i.-n '..-. i.rri.
THE STATE OK KANSAS.
Lkavk-nwoktii County, f
ffeft.icr lsrfsri;Tusf.a Coaa.'.
t I'.Uuduartl, PUjullit,
JineA oulUiss.irali 1 Krow. William
a Gou laid. M. r. Usduard, Alary Anu
.strode. Joua a Uoddard. I) P Jcdd
J aims l; Juid. Jo-'la T.Judd, Smnei x!
lu.ld. usiirn r .s.Jcdd. r-heueJ Nower-
ndIinm II Jud?, Uef-ndants.
t ou Jane a. Coulter, b irab I" farrow. Wl -
Ham tl. Goulard. M.T. Uoddard, Jlary nrt
SUode, Ir. P. Ju-ld. Jamas lt.Judd, Jo?1h T
Judd. biinu-1 N. Judd. Laura F. A. Judd.
PhebeJ.sower, sid William H. Judd are
hereby notified inl)Oa tegelher sli John
B. Utaldaid have tern sud In the sonvn
uamedcouilby tbe above naraeil plalrttlil.
and thst the tald plalnllll hastlletl bis isrtt-
llon strtiii-ljoiiMtid unlesyou answer said
petit'on bv ir.e ntlh day of January A.
1). I5.i, sail retitlon will be ukn
as trun uh JuJment reuilertd ssli.t
ou ami tbe tnld John. 1$,. (nxicartl
lor the paitltluii d tbe following djacribed
IsntisMid teceineuis unattd in the Kmitiv
of Lestvet worth and latent Kans.s, to wit"-
Th ent Mamies of the north.oce half of tho
nortnw m jurttr,of stcioti twenty seveu.
lu townsiiipsvs-u.of ranae IWeuty-ooe, and
the noiiu.eat .jnarier of tbecoriheaMnu r-
ter sd seclK.ii t st-nt-s,rD. In tnwuanln
seven, ol rauue twenty merout-iinlnKntnetya
acres, auu lite outheast tjusrler of secilou
sisrut-s:ii:iit, townsuip arven, ana runt;
lwetity-oi.e, and alt-, a plsce and psrc lot
land betm.un: ten itals west of 'be north
east corner ot section thirty-thrte (13), Town
snip seven t7),iauKetwenty-ouetU). Iheucu
south tweu- chains and a bull (.US),thtncn
west twenty rbaius (JO), theuo north tour
lecn aud u Ualf cli.tlust-t', ,tbeiice"uorth sev
enty -oue and a half d.-tis tit' j, west threw
and 8t-lia cnalu, tbeucx due uortnwtsst six
chains and suty llnsa to the section line.
I lien. 'east tweniy elsht ctinlns and twenty0
live lints to Hie place t: beiinntus; conutn
lntlortv futirucrett uccordtu lo ivevtuV
certlllcate, (suljeet cowever to tbe trudt
llons of a .eh.so which William T. -Marvin
SCd Juua M. Jtaivltl hao tlrrn I7rit.it
scbtaji DistrKt No. SI. I.eHVeiiworth and
Alclil-out oinity forcitencreof Ind ii- t.i
nor' lirast cot ut r of said tract-
Aud atjudlnt: the plaint!!! to be the
owner of one uudUl ed etslilu part or Ibo
above dKrlt)M lands and tenements and
!heal lilefrntleutojaue A. Coulter, r-uali F
Farrow. Wlllitiu ll.tloddard. M.T.Goddartl,
Mary Ann striale, John K (ioddar.l, each lo be
the utturrol oue uudivulrd eighth pari ot tho
Hbove dtstrUird binds nuit tenemeub", and
the aald dereutt.int I P Judd to be thai owner
of ou tiiullvided sixteenth part of the abovts
descrltied lands and teneineuta, and th-siilit
tlelendula James IU Judd. Joella T.Judd.
f annul N. Judd. ltura F A. Judd.
Phebe.f.oweriid William K. Judd eitcn to
be the owner fotinundtvldetl ninety sixth
part of tne ataive tlescribssl lantls and ten
enietibt, anil lor Mich other proceedlnga snd
relief as are provided for by trie laws of Ibo
atatool Ksuat-sin casrslri pHrtltlou.
briLLtNns A 9TIM.I vos.
Attorneys for PlaiulilT
Sheriffa Sale 127.
OUllI.H'NOriCKWUEKEBY GIVEN tlist
I under and by vlrtueof aludnnient rell-
Mered In tbe DIMrlct Court lu l he county of
leavenworiu.iu inesuttooi ixausas, in an
Helton wbtTelu tno tierniau Ittus:, or Iaav
enwortn, Kaitsaa, Is pislnUlf, and John .
ll.'.&er, and others, are dereudants. and of an
execution Issued on sitd Juluuient, to me di
rt ctetl acd tteilveretl, 1 whl on Monday, the
r.tndny otJitnu'try. A I). lv0,Ht 11 o'clock:
a m ,f that d.ti.at tho iOUtIt front door or
the Conrt House In tbo city of
Lenvrnwerth.in t he County pf Lenvenwotth,
tn tlie Male of KamiuvrSer at publl; pile una
Mrll to tne blliesi bidder, for rfi In band,
tbe followlnt; described tracts" of lantl situate,
lllng autl belui; in the county of Leaven
worth. In the Htate of Kaunas, namely: Tuts
undivided hair or Iota one (I), two (2) and
time (3), In blocK one (1), in I.t-aveur.-urllt
City, proper, as j-r plat ol -aid cliy on " lu
tbeolllceof ibe tteKisterol Deeds for Li . cu
tvorth County, Kaunas.
Ukted this llih day orilacember. 'ST.
1' U Lowe.
Slierllfof L-aveiiorlli Co.. K.
I.rtrNlXKKit,AItorney for Plalutitr.
TIIK HMTK UP KANSAS. I
LK.vVKSWoi:ni VuCNTi, I"
In ibe Prtittate Court In and for said county.
In the matter of the Kstatect Francis Znlou.
yoriCE H UEIlEnV GIVEN thatJItters
It of Adiiitulstratlou Imve lieeu irrauttsl
t theuuilerslKnetl on the Folate of Fraucia
Zaloti, late ot sail! couuty, deceastsl. tiyttt
tlonorable, tlie Prnttnte Court uf the couuty
nut! stilealorcxid, tinted the elsjbtti tlu of
lieceiiiber, A. 1 lTJ. Nov, all pertatiia
tiMVlrtt; clitims n-ilnst tbe said Estate aro
bert by notified that they must press nt
the same to the undersigned for allowance,
within one year fiom tho date of said
Letter, or tbey nny be prscludsst frtttn
hiiv benefit of such estate; mid that If
such cHlitia la- not exnlMted within thrvn
jearaalter tlied-teol said litters, tbey Bli.iit
bo forever Itarreil.
a. SrMsfTtna. AilmlnlMntnr
Of the Etitie ot r 'aticls 7. sluu. deceassal.
Thursday lc II, 187H. wJt
Iu the Proleito Court of said county anil
tsti'le. In the matter of the tslateuf Sui,
b. Ualtle, tleceatrtl.
riW creditors nuti all other iierwins lntr
J esttst In the sfor-iHld estate, are hereby
Probate Court, lu aud lor said countyvio ho
tx--uil end held at the court room. In the city
and county of Leavenworth, Stale of afore-
-Hid, ou itt oral tondsy In Ibo month or
Jauuarr, A. 1). lsj), 1 shall apply to llw eald
court fora ttnl aud tlnnl scttleaeiit of s.ui
estnte.iuid tbat I will at tbe same time apply
ior an allowance tor servict-s ; reiMinaiiltt
ccmp-usatlon as ndnitnlstrato to b allowed
by court uiatu due hearliii: tltereiorn fiail
Hlratfor neerssarv attorney's fees mid oioer
eipeuMS tia-mt;tl rensonatileaud neceHHin
Incurtetl, 'o boss? rtitlneil upon lllceiieain.t;
duriu'liie almiulatratlonut a Ide-laii-IS
Admlnisfrsfor of tbo Estate of Win. 's
Sheriff's Sale No. Hi).
iyi IILIC NOTiCR is hereby etven that un
ot-r anil oy irtueof iijiidiriueiit renderetl
i the I sirlct Couu in MieCouuty of L-aven-wortn,
ia ihe'-lHttsor Kansas, In an tu'tioii
wtiere'n m. W. Ido as rec-tverof the. estaiM
of 'te Isansas Insurance Coninny is pMiu
t If hi d c.ic-tt s ilensley and otters ar tiff-
ii'ist. is, and of an executt n lasti-d on uitt
jiioj-ue t. o tun tllrerlttl and tteiiveri'd, I
a. I leu 'loniiey llieliiti day or lanusry A l
tsi, ar II t Hh k a. hi. of tbat day, at It..
a ti it front door or n.e Co.rt llnusn In tut
Ciy ti' taavenuorttt. In ttie i i.uitty of
Itav-uwor'ii, In itietsafe of K.tna s, -ff. r it
Ml'i.ir ts and Sell to .lie hi .1 -it
Oder, f"r cisli in hand, tho fl owli!& re
cnitssi true m .if land,siii tte vlntcend te Mitt
hi 'it- ''t.uit'yof LeuVtiiw irti., .a thi fUr
of K sqsas ituiuely r
liu uorr' h xty nve (&.-) rct or lot six --en.
ttr( iti itincl f.ir'y- tour (41; lu fartve wort't
toy. ("top- ) IjsvenwortliCiiitty '
K:.risaN L .1 'en (I'l) lit ll-t.a: three i
la-atenwirili i liy, (proja-ri tn theC.iiuiy '
la;av-liwr and -tateof Kmisaa, VHu ' e
lent liteltts, tierdltalllcIllM aud Hipurt-nan
ces. Lot s x IS) In Muck forty-lour (4: n
L-MVenw'irtu City, (projier) Ltsviiw- rtit
uinly,Sta'. of Kansas. Ils four ' 0 fl e
(S)i.iiil s x (). In blie-l: fturteen ftljlu luv
euwo-tb t itv.fpnirer aforesaid.
luted tills 11 lb day or December. 18"
I. O. Iiwc
t'terlfrof Wviurnrtli County kni".
11. W. I in. Attorney fur Pluluiitr.
THESTATE OK K N-4H.
In the Probate Coartln and for said c unly
In the matter of tlie estato of Jacolj Henry
"VTOriCK H HKItEBY GIVEN tbat letters
IN of administration, with tbe will an
i-exed, have O-en itntultd to the undersigned
stn Ibe eniate of Jarob Henry 1'lerson, iule of
salt! county, dtcuasra. ,y tjt(, lirtnorsbie.Ih's
Probate court ot tbe couctv sud blate afnie
sald. tlis'ttl tti- PSth'day of October, a. I) l,.j.
Now, hit perrons hsvtmc nalrriH kteainst Uih
paid estate sre berehy notified that they must
present tbe stme to the undersigned for ai
lowsnce, within one year from the daley or
said letters, or tbey may bo precluded from
any hem til of uch estate and that If uch
claims la-not exhibit-d witblu three years
after the date ot said letters, lhey shall be
forever ban td.
WffXIAM II. Lxww,
Administrator, vlth will annexe!, ol Ibees-
tsts-or Jart b llniry Pierw n, deceased
Thursday, Ixcetubir II, 15V3. 3w.
SrATKO?" KASHA", I ,
lu the IVobate;Courtlu and fur said conmy.
In tbs matter of the estata of James V .
70rifE IS HEKEBY GIVEN thst le'tersot
a':miui-tratlou, with tbe wlilanus-xetl.
uave been tTanLed tt the uuderatned on tbe
estateof Jsm-s IV llojtfer.isteof asierouniy,
dec-aseil, by the llouorabre, the prolete
Court o' tfce County s forts iM, dated tbe Zid
day tif Novtmber. A. I. 1ST. Xt, au er
sons havins claima a.nlrit the ald esiatts
ire riereny nofntsj inst tney must preaem
the a.. mo to tho uuderaiiened ' tr allowance.
salu .tilers, lhey shall tie forever harred.
AdmlMstrator, Wltn will annexed, of theei
taieof Itinea W. Ilorler, deceased.
lbnrs.fHy, lec lltr, i5I. wSw
Sheriffs Sale, No. J25.
XjiUIir.IC 0ICE Is hereby Klven thatun
der anu by virlueof a Jurment ren
cered In tbe District Court In h County o
la-aven worth. In the State of Kansas, la an
action wherein Paul E. Havens as trustee of
K. A. and A. 31. Havens Is Plaintiff, and
Michael Zieuarlas, i-xcmorof the last wilt
and testament of Geriocn George, dtceaaed
aud others are Defendaots, and of an execu
tion Issued ou said Judgment, to me directed
and delivered, 1 will o- Monday tbe 19lh day
ot Jcember A. It 137V, at eleven o'cloct, a.
X of tbat day at the eoulh front door of tbe
Conrt House in tbei.lty of L;aenwortn. In
t'lelounty ot Leavenworth, lu the state of
Kansas, cnVr at Public H.Ieand sell to the
blcberi bidder, for cash In band, the PMIow
' in; described tract of land, sltnale, ly Inland
Ibe.nsin tne County of Leavenworth, in tbo
fclatu of Kaossa, namely. The HOUtbeaat.
inarterof i-ettlon thlrly.nvef3), m township
eiiiui cj, oi range twenty i:wj
Hated this lltu day ot November, 1377.
P. U. Lowe.
Sherirf of Leavenworth County, Kaunas,
il. W. Me, Attorney for flalnllfT.
A CENTS! REAP THisST
We Will pctj- cnlmSAiiry ol lu er
month a.nI ! sl. or atlow a Urz
roirnnilswioii to9?il unr rur txtul wonJerftit la-