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LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY; JANUARY 1, 1880. SIX PAGES.
THDESDAY, j ANUABY 1, 1880.
The first M. E. Church la tree Iron debt.
EKATrVi has been injured by tbe now fall.
The collections la tbe county treasurers
offlceyesterday amounted to (413.80.'
bJhi.boas travel has been light during the
-week. Everybody is at borne spending tbe
The tn veil tig "men" .will start out Tor tbe
.business o 1830 with .fine prospects lor a good
fosson of trade.
BCEOLAB3are brginnlng their prowling
again. A little watching and a pistol abator
two will silence tbem.
Tiik Pacific Express Company will b;gln to
-dobuftlnes on tbe Missouri Pacific and Kan
sas Central "roads to-morrow.
A c jVrx.E-of flue cutters on tbe streets yes-
tealey afternoon disclosed, tbe fict, tbat
somebody wasbound to have tbe first elelgb
-. 16 jtoebow tbe Cblcag). Ro:k. Island &
Pacific Company will begin-to run trains Into
Kansas City, via Cameron. Each passenger
, train will nave a Pullman's sleeper attached.
Xearly an Item.
Another boy came .near making himself
tbe victim of a newspaper Item yesterday
afternoon bjrt'yrog to climb on a passing
train. Had it not been for one of the train
men he would have been killed, He will fur
nlsb an Item tome day if be does .not keep
away (torn the depo. .
Tbe following transfers were recorded by
Lyaader B. Wheat and wife to. John J.
Nower; 3) acres off the east aide of the west
183 acres oi the northwest quarter of section
C, township 9, jange 22. sua.
Gustav Sobmeefcel and wife to IJohn- Han-
no2,iogj.nd2ciars; aad Bees' addition,
U. S. COMMISSIONERS C3TT&T.
Tbe only case before TJ. 8. Commlesloner .
"S. O. Cloagb, yesterday, was tbat of the Uni
ted Stales against Ben. Thompson, who was
charged trlih making a murderous asiault
on one James-Warreu, a bo:cl runner and
ticket scalper, the assanlt being made on the
reservation. Tbe assaulted party did not ap-
pear.to prosecute, ana tne aerenaam waivea
an examination and w-a held to ball In the
sum of &U0. ills own recogairince was taken
for tbe amount, and be was released.
No business in the Clerk's office, except
,i peculations on sTfelgb rides and studying out
'designs forew Year's cards.
, Deputy Bohr busy reading the proofs of
several advertisement?; but no arrests,
Therdllowlng licenses were Issued by Pro
bate Judge, DlefendorfT yesterday :
Wm. F. O'Day and Allctf Warren.
Wm. P. Hubbard and Laura K. Washing
Judge nearly up with his books.
Trapped ta lowa, aad in tbe Haads of
the Mw-Ue Will Arrive With a
o ill cor Tc-JIorrow.
Late night before lost, the Chief of Police
received n telegram from the City Marshal
oflottumwa, Iowa, slating tbat Geo. W.
Huntzlnger, tbe defaulting dry goods clerk,
had bsen arrested while trying to get posses
sion of Bome trunks and a valise, having
gone from Ccntrevllle to Ottumwa, for that
purpose. Early yesterday morning Deputy
Marshal Yerkes started for Oltnmwatoget
his man, and will probably return with bim
Mr. Ettenson. who has been the principal
loser, says that he has no particular desire to
.prosecute Hunlzlcger, bis chief object being
10 r cover bis lost goodi, altbougu be may
us forced by the authorities to appear with
ethers as wunessei against the accused.
This Is one case where tho police loreo has
-worked as a police force should work, faith
fully following up every clue until tbe right
one was found, and then promptly arreting
the fugitive. Tbat they will make a strong
ease there can bo no possibility of a doubt,
and It would not bo reasonable to suppose
they will let the game slip through their
Angera after so much bard and excellent
work to capture it.
A SUAVE COXVICT.
ITe rianffe Into the River tolteacae
m urowalBg Team.
Yesterday morning, a six-mule Govern
ment team, employed in hauling Ice at Fort
Leavenworth, and driven by- Wm. Jackson,
was standing upon the ice, near tbe Fort
Leavenworth depot, the driver being tern
porarlly absent. Suddenly, the Ice gave way
and precipitated the team and wogon into
the river. A convict, a "trusty" at the Mili
tary Prison, wboso name our lniormant did
sot learn, at once volunteered to make an
attempt to rescue tbe animals; and, despite
the great danger attendant therewl'h, be
apraug upon the back of oneof tbe fright,
eoed and struggling mules, and, with a knife
freed It of the cumbersome harness which
, -was hampering Its movements and prevent
ing any Miccessrul efforts atresculng It. Tbe
convict worried almost with tbe rapidity oi
-thought, and as poon Rsone mule was cleared
of tbe harness ho sprang to another then to
another until five were free. By great ef
forts these were saved, the sixth being
drowned. The wagon was also lost, with the
exception of the box.
The convict acted bravely, and certainly
deserves to oe rewarded, and It Is understood
tbat Gen. Blunt, governor of the prison, will
interest himself In this direction. '
a Xeala casper Steps ea What He"
Thought HI ash lee aad Hlaks lata
'Yesterday afternoon about half-past four
o'clock Mr. Louis Casper, who Is filling aa
lee borne near the coal shaft, took a force of
"men and went down the river to a point op-
' poslte the blocks between Kiowa and Kick a-
poo street, for the purpose of cleaning a
'channel which was to be used, of slush ice.
c"Whlle the men were prospecting about In
,,-tbe snow to find the channel, Mr. Casper,
thought be saw It ahead of him. and made a
couple of steps forward. The line he saw was
the edge furthest from him. The slush In
0 the channel was covered with snow so that
It- looked little different from tbat which
covered tbe main body of tbe lee. When he
stepped forward he struck near the center of
. the channel, and before he had time to think
was down to his neck In water nearly twenty
He called loudly and at the same time
time grasped the edge of tbe loe with bis
Stands. One of the men, a colored man, who
neard his cries ran to him and handed him
. a pike pole, to which tbe drenched man held
until Charles DeNoyer and others, arrived
and polled him out. Mr, Casper was assisted
to his home, where he donned a dry snit of
'clothing and was soon again on the ice dU
reeling his men about their work.
Aboat' Use time that Mr. Casper received
Msdackl&if. his sea Walter, who was above
the eeal shaft, leU ts the efcaaael, aad It was
-with most extras .Oimsaity that tfc&t he"
was raseaed, by saea Md beys who wars
asar the plaee.
3 DISGCSTED WITH SHAMK.
A. "Voaa Girl Eatleea xrsat Her
. ta a Haase aflll Jaeaate
She Keataias Tea Bays aad
A few years ago In our schools was known
a bright-eyed, handsome little girl, who was
quick to learn, modest in her demeanor, and
who, by ber good conduct, caused everybody
, who knew ber to like her. Her father cared
as well for ber as he could, and she had no
cause to feel Inferior to her playmates. She
succeeded well with her studies nntil she
. was about fifteen years old, when she left
-school. She became acquainted with new
-companions, some of whom were girls who,
-while they live at home, manage some times
to steal away from there to visit places" where
virtne does not exist. A abort time ago she,
after much persuasion, consented to visit one
of these pi tees with a male eompaaloa. 'Just
to see how It looked." After that her rain
-was swift and sure, nd about ten days ago
she became an Inmate of a notorious house
or prostitution on Second street. There she
remained until night before last, when she
was arrested by -the police, as the other in
mate were, and under tbe aaae of Kloa
Montelth need f 10 in the police court. Tbe
fine was paid by the proprietress of the
house, but tbat did not prevent the girl from
getting a word with tbe cHeers. She stated
to them that she wished to leave the plaee
aad the life she bad been drawn lntoaa she
with the orgies she- was compelled to par
ticipate in and witness every night la the
week. She said she dare not rsfase, or that
dread penalty, tbe wrath of the woaaaa who
controls tbe house, would fall oa her de
fenceless heed and make berths sabjertof
xioaia tasgnier among we naraeaea courts
sans of the house, people la the shape of
wosMa,wboiknow neither shame or sym
pathy. Bbe said her resolution was taken,
sad tbat rather than spend another tweaty
four hours la the house, or oas llks it, she
"" roxsoa -UBSxxr,
rgstrldof life la someway, rather thsa
he aablsetsd to the whlmsof every drankea
libertine who chose to visit the heass. Word
was lamrasdlately taken to her father of her
.rssolatioa. HebesUited at first about takrag
k hade hat Snail v consented, sad she Is
-aow at hoses, where It is hoped she will not
again he led tatothe wiles of ihs wished.
TasoBeers yesterday seeared her -elothiac,
wish had bsea left lath hsass, aad seat
twhsr; IsaSbM a Jjjtlsssva.
Ha Wltaeat PenUssUa.
It is a pity that tbe names of all tbe persons
who each month dray, all the prlsas In the
monthly scheme of tbe Louiriana State lot
tery Oempanycac not be published, for then
it could be ssen exactly where every dollar
goes to, This could be done bat for tbe
reason tbat some winners object to navlng
thelr names made kr o wo, aad It Is a rule of
tbe Company not to divulge these without
Full Information can be obtained In ref
erence to past drawings or tbe next monthly
one to take place on tne lsth o f January, by
addresarcg M. A. Dauphin, at New Orleans,
La., or Hew York.
Dr. Lyea'a Tooth Tablet
Whiten tbe teeth, if used dally.
tCae Walter Bauer co.'s chccolatx
If you desire the bat In the market. The ver
dict of experts, both In Europe and America,
has lor m any years testified to 1U great excel
lence. Omci Railboad TKAirsrxs Co:,")
Con. Third asd Wyasdottx. J-
KA9SAS CITY, Mo., August 18, 1879. J
Indian Serb Bitiert Co .
Br. Stark, my family physician, prescribed
Indian Serb Bitters for my wife, who had for
years been a martyr to sick headache. It af
fords me pleasure to bear testimony tbat
since she commenced tbe nse of the medicine
her dull sick headache baa departed, and
that I attribute her recovery wholly to your
remedy. W. W. Brown.
The Best I Ever aiew Of.
J.G. Starkey, a prominent and Influentlla
dtizsn or Iowa City, says : "I have had "th
Djspepsla-and Liver Complaint for several
years, and have used' every remedy I could
hear of, without any relief whatever, nntil I
saw your 3blloh'sVitallser advertised In our
paper, and was persuaded to try it. I am
happy to state that it has entirely cured me.
aijscenainiyinerest remedy 1 ever Knew
of." Price 7j cts. Bold by Arnold & Hunt.
We .have a speedy and positive cure fo
catarrh, Dlohthella,Cankermouth and Head
ache In 8HILOHS CATABUB REMEDY. A
Nasal Injector free with each bottle. Use It
If you desire health and sweet breath. Price
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A Harrow Escape.
A colored man who Is employed In adjust
ing and removing grab books from lee blocks
at Casper's chute came near being seriously
Injured yesterday afteixoon, by being caught
In tbe thigh and abdomen by one of tbe
books, which broke its hold on tbe ice tbat
was being hauled up by horsepower. Ue es
caped wih a slight cut in tbe thigh and
clothing somewhat torn.
However quickly a patient may recover
and approach toward robust health, by the
use of Fellows' Hypopbo'pbitea- be must
abolish the habits of life which lnduoci the
disease; tbe effect of the greatest trluuiph
in "medicine can only be transitory, wb hit
man persists in the gratification of vicious
or pernicious naDiu. wit
For dlarrhrei, dysentery, bloody.fiux,
cramps In stomach, and oallc, whether af
fecting adults, cblldrer , or infants, Dr. Price's
Compound Extract of Smart-weed Is a so v
elgn remsdy. It If compounded from the
best bran jy, Jamaica singer, smart weed or
water-pepper, anodyne, soothing and healing
rnms. For colds, rheumatism, neuralgic
r flections, and to break up fevers and In
flammatory aMscks it is invaluable and
should bo kept In every household. Fifty
cents by druggists. wit
I deem It my duty to acquaint suflerlnj
humanity with the fac tbat St. Jacobs Oil.
Is the most beneficial xsmedy ever Intro
duced; this I have pr,Uc&ily tested. For
tbe past sixteen years I have suffered with
Rheumatism, and so severely that I wss often
robbed of my night's rest. A change of
weather would have the most pilnfal effect
oa me, for then I could move neither hands
nor feet. I tried every known remedy, but
of no avail; at last somebody recommended
Ht. JACOH3 Oil, and I eonoluaed to try it,
but with lttle hope for relief. Having" hard
ly used half a bottle, the pains diminished,
and to-day I am well and hardy onee more,
Tbe small sum of fifty cents had cured me,
wit Thomas Orr, Ht, Boniface, Pa.
wicked for Clergymen.
" I believe It to be all wrong and even wick
ed for clergymen or otber public men to be
led into giving testimonials to quack doctors
or vile stuffs called medicines, but when a
really meritorious article is made nn cf com
mon valuable remedies known to all, and
tbat all physicians use and trust In daily, we
should lreely commend it. I therefore cheer
fully and heartily commend Hop Blttere for
tbe cood they have done me and my friends,
firmly bnllevlng they have no equal for fam
ily use. I will not be without them."
Bev. , Washington, D. C,
The children of thd Frst Presbyterian
church were treated to a Chrlstmaii tree last
night. It was laden with choice presents
for all. Col. J. L. Abernatby, tbe superintend
dent of the school, was prevent, and certainly
must have been a source of much gratifica
tion to blm to see ro many bappy f tees abont
him. Col. Abernatby has done good work
with his school, and it Is now the largest and
most prosperous In tbe city.
Receiver's Notice of Sale,
PUBLIC NOTICE is Loreby given that I
offer for sale, at private sale, the follow
ing described lands, situated In tbe county
of Leavenworth, namily :
The southwest quarter of section 33, town
11, of range 22; tbenortbweit qnarlerof sec.
tion 1 and the northeast quarter of section 5,
both in township i2,of range 22, known as
the Mound farm. The first mentioned quar
ter section la in cultivation, good honse and
otber buildings thereon, and all three of the
quarters nro fenced.
The southeast quarter of section IS, town
11 of range 22.
Tbe northwest quarter of section 14, town
ll.of range 22
The northwest quarter of section 8, town
12, of range SI. Tbe last three unimproved.
Said lands are free from all Incumbrances
and title good.
App'y to me at my office at the court bouse.
Receiver of the estate of the Second National
Sheriff! Sale No. 128-
PTJBLIO NOTICE Is hereby given tbat un
der and by virtue oi a Judgment rendered
In tbe District Court in tbe county of Leav
enworth, In the State of Kansas, In an aotlon
wherein tbe Mutual Loan and Savings-Institution
ot Leavenworth, Kansas, Is plain
tiff, and Joseph Beechum and others are de
fendants, and of an execution Issued on said
Judgment, to me directed and delivered, I
wliioa Monday, the second day of February,
A. D. 18S0, at eleven o'clock a. x or tbat
day, at tbe south front door of the Court
House In tbe elty or Leavenworth, In the
county of Leavenworth, In tbe Btate of Hen
nas, offer at public sale and sell to the highest
bidder, foaxash in hand, the following de
scribed tract of land, situate, lying and
belna Is tbe county of Leavenworth, In the
State ot Kansss, namely: The south half of
tbe southeast quarter of the northwest quar
ter or section number five fo), in township
number eleven fll), of range number twenty.
one(2i),oontalnlng twenty acres.
Dated this I st day of January, 1830.
P. O. Lows,
Sheriff of L-venworth County.1Ka.
J. D.SnarxR Attorney for-Plalntia
Sheriff. Salt No. 129,
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given th?t
under and by virtue of a Judgment ren
dered in the District Court In the County of
Leavenworth, in the State or Knnsas, in an
action wherein T. J. Bay ward Is plaintiff, asd
Mary Curran, administratrix of the es
tate of James Cm-ran , deceased, snd
others sre defendants, and of aa execution
Issued on said Judgment, to me directed and
delivered, I will, on Monday, the second day
of February. A D. iiSi. SM o'clock a. m. of
that day, at,,ttO truth front-aeur of !b
Owen MotssB in the nyioi bsavswrsrth,
lathsOoaatyof Lea van worth, la ta US
of T mass. osTsr st pabllc sale aad sell to the
highest htddsr, for eash la band, the toUew
lng deenod tract of land, situate, lying and
being in the County of Leavenworth, In tbe
Btate of Kansas, namely:
Lot twenty-six (26) in Block forty-nine ()
la the City of Leavenworth proper.
Dated this 1st day or January, 1889.
P O. Lows,
Sheriff of Leavenworth County, Kansas.
Lccixy Bakxr, Attorney for plaintiff.
Sheriff's Sale, No. 130.
PUBLIC NOTICE la hereby given that un
der and by virtue of an Execution Is
sued on a Judgment tendered In an setlon la
tbe District Court in tbe county of Leaven
worth, in tbe Btate of Kansas, wherein John
C. Douglass Is Plaintiff, and Joslah North la
Defendant, to me directed and delivered, I
will on Monday the second day of February
A. D. 1880, at eleven o'clock a. a. ot that dav,
at the south front door of the Court House In
the City of Leavenworth, in the Oeunty of
Leavenworth, In the State of Kansas,
offer at Publle Sale and sell to the highest
bidder, for cash In hand, the following de
eeribed tract or land, situate, lying and be
ing In tbe County of Leavenwortn, la the
Btate of Kansas, namely: The west quarter
(X). of the nortbasK Qnsrter (X), of section
number t wen tr -three (a), is township num
ber eight 8), of range number twenty-one
Dated this 1st day of January. AD 1880.
P- Q. LOWE,
Sheriff ot Leavenworth County, Kaa.
Johx C. Dottcxasb, Attorney lor Plaintiff.
Sheriffs Sals No. 131.
PUBLIC NOTICE U hereby givt
and brvllta of a lodnnant
lathe District Ooart la tne County of Leav
enworth, ie theState of Kansas, ta aa settoa
wherein the Phoselx Mataal Life Iasaraaea
Company is plain tig, and Augusta A. Baalth
ana outers are oeraaaeata. ana or set sxeen
tloa Issnedoa said ndasent.ta sea fllmtril
aad delivered. I will a Monday, the hi dav
of February. A. D. 1180, at etevsa o'eloek a.
x. of tbat day, at th south front door of the
OsurtHoose lath City of Leavsaworth, la
th County of Leavenworth, la the Btate el
rsnsss, osTerstpnhUs sals aad ssU to the
highest btddsr. for eash la haad.ths follow
lag d emeriti art tracts of lead, sttaate, lylac
aad beta la the Ooanty of Leavsaworth, la
theState of Kansas, nsaaely :
The aorthesst quarter ot ssetloa twsaty
two(xr),aadta west halfe the sostthssst
ejasrter of sssttoa tweaty-twe (B), all la
towaahlpnlae(t),ofraag tweatytwa (IS),
enatslslng two haadrsd aad forty asres
(tst) , snore or less.
Dated this 1st day ot Jeanary, law.
- p. a. urn.
Bsasia or sjsnvsawerta uoeanr; .
B. W. IBB AjMoraer Mr FlaUttaf,
HOUSE AND FARM.
The chicken cholera has broken ont with
great virulence in Dane county, Wisconsin.
Chopped on! ens, with a little ginger mixed
In, la said to be a sore cure for chicken cholera.
Both In chemical and mechanical proper
ties, the soli from old pastures Is best for pot
American honey In the comb has become
a popular article of diet in England and very
large shipments are made.
It is said that one bushel of beets added to
nine bushels of apples makes cider richer
and of superior flavor to that made from ap
Seventy-two thousand dollars Is the high
est price ever paid for a horse In England. It
was given by Its richest' peer, the Duke of
English authorities stale that, out of every
five loaves of bread eaten in England in 1639.
three must come from the United Bute and
If only six substantial farmers In a town
are agreed, they can organ! z a and sustain a
club wblch will put new life into the agricul
tural and social culture of tbat town.
Cider may be preserved and kept sweet by
putting It in wine bottles, adding a teaspoon-
fui of white sugar to each bottle and cork
ing tightly. The corks should be tied
Back for feeding hors33 is wasteful. The
better plan Is !o feed with chopped hay from
a manger, because the food Is not then thrown
about, and is mere easily cbewed and di
gested. It Is essential tbat icstber should have
light. In the cere of harness do not inclose
It In a daik closet or room. Of coruse harness
should be oiled three or four times a year,
first washing with soap and water.
Give the fowls a variety nm, wheat, oats,
buckwheat, cooked vegetables of all kinds
fruit, refuse of the table, raw cabbage In win
ter, grass of any tender variety In summer.
Variety Is tbe spice of a fowl's life as well as
of man's. Meat should be fed often.
A cow that has accidentally eaten her fill
of meal should be kept In the stable, and not
allowed to drink. As soon as discovered she
should be given a pound or two of Epsom
salts, repeating the dose till a movement of
the bowels Is obtained.
A cellar tbat Is good and dry and dark and
well ventilated Is the oest placo for preserv.
leg potatoes In large quantities. When
smaller quantities are tojbe preserved there is
nothing itae dry sand. The rams may be
said of fruits and roots ot allorls.
it Is announced tbattbbleaves ot the eider
strewed amonggrsln will effectually preserve
It from the ravages of the weevil; the Julca
will also kill maggots The'Ieaves scattered
over.cabbases. cucumbers aad othnr plants
subject to the weevil ravages cuectuaiiy
shield them .
The West Chester (Pi ; VWage Record siys :
"The Farmers' Clubs fix the rate or tsmper
atureforsaaldlngbpssst from 113 to 155 de
grees. Townsend Speakman states that he
has succeeded well with the water nt 145 de
grees, J. Hlbberd Bar tram, of Westtown,
uses three parts boiling hot water aud ono
part cold spring pater.
A farmer near Bangor, Me., noticlug that
wneat was bslng picked from tho beads of
standing grain, and finding Socks of yellow
birds flying about, shot soirn of them. On
opening their crops he found only three
grains of wheat, and by actual count, 350
weevils. It Is better that farmers know
whetber they kill friends or foes.
Charles E. Fiske, who took the sweepstakes
premiim of to) at the dairymen's meeting
In Urrjenfleld, Mass., last veei, for the best
lot of batter of twenty pounds made In tbe
State, is not a farmer, but a Greenfield me"
chanlc, who lives Jukt over the line In Deor
field, where be has a fe ncres of land and
keeps two cows. He is the son tf a larmer.
On the farm of William Pratt, at some dis
tance from the Mlddletown road, Delaware
county, Pa., stands a cherry tree dead in
every portion except one limb. In a ere v loe
of this tree, where tbe lower branches fork
out, seme ten or twelve feet from the ground,
grows a thrifty cedar tree. It appears to
grow cut of tho wocd of the tree, and Is quite
An Altoona, Pa , paper reports this case :
'Mr. George A. McCormick, of this city, has
a valuable Alderney cow at his farm near
Latrobc, which recently gave birth to three
calves. The calves are now three weeks old,
and doing remarkably well. He Intends rait
ing tbem, and will bring the mother to his
premises In this city ss soon as the triplets
can ba weaned."
The first year a sheep's front teeth are
eight in number, and all of equal size. The
second year the two middle shed out and are
replaced by two much larger than tbeothers.
Tho third ear two very small teeth appear
on either side of the eighth. At the end of
the fourth jear there are six large teeth.
Tbe fifth year all the front teeth are large.
Tbe alxtn year all begin to show algna of
Professor Beal objects to the practice of
scraping tho trunks of apple tree?, and thinks
that, es the rough bark protects them from
the Intense cold of winter, It is worse than
time thrown away. Ue remarks that old
trees do not receive nourishment thron;h'the
bark, but tbrorgb youug twl,'8 and leaves,
and ibat moss on trees is not a parasite suck
ing the lire out.
Bran is a valuable food for horses in re
ducing the Inflammatory effect of stimulat
ing food. Made Into mashes It has a cooling
and laxative effect, but used In excess, espe
cially in a dry state, it is apt to form stony
secretions In the bowels of the horse. 8tonts,
Sroduccd from the exceaslue use of bran,
ave been taken out of horses altsr death,
weighing many pounds.
The Delaware (PaJ VaUey Advance says:
The demand for farms this year Is greater
than it hss been tor many years past, but
buyers seem disposed to hold off. They want
to see prices lower. On the otber side tbe
sellers remain firm. They see tbat every
otber kind or property is rising In value,
and they do not Bee why they should take
less tor their property. Thocd who wish to
purchase should not delay; the longer they
put this matter off tbe more they will have
James Waterman, of Williamstown, Mass.,
once had a cow. a cross of the Durham and
Jersey breed, wblch yielded him In eleven
months s:s pounds of butter, besides furnish
ing what milk his family wished to use.
He since then hss kept a cow of tha same
breed, which cow, when three years old,
yielded 497 pounds of butter per year, and
now annually yields 500 pound or butter,
besides milk for the family. The first cow
gave thirty-eight pounds of milk per day,
and tbe latter f jrly pounds.
Corn loses one-fifth by drying, and wheat
one-fourteenth. From this the estimate ts
made that it Is more profitable for farmers to
sell nnsbelled corn in the fall at seventy-five
cents than at 51 a bushel in tbe following
summer, and that wheat at Sl-25 In December
tstqnalto Si SO in tho succeeding June. In
the case of potatoes taking tnose that rot
and are otherwise lost, together wltn tbe
shrinkage there is but little doubt that be
tween October and June the loss to the owner
who holds them la not lets than thirty- three
Grass causes the most liberal secretions of
delicious milk. But this condition of young,
succulent and plentiful grass cannot be relied
upon as alone sufficient food for the largest
milk production for more than sixty days of
the year. The reatof 333 days the cow must
have extra feed This must consist of different
kinds of fodder for tbe different seasons. In
season, green rve. crcen oats, earlier and
later roots, green corn and hay. But green
eora esaaot be profitably fed till in early
tassel; saw should corn meal be fed In bot
weather, nor for tbe same reason should cot
ton seed aaeal and linseed cake be fed until
Useeooioreold season, or lees animal beat Is
required 10 oe suppiiea tor we cow.
"The ssalilBs Steae Gathers ao Moss.'-
So tbe roving farmer I quite apt to live an
uneasy snd restless life snd die and leave no
heme for hl3wlfe and children. Every young
farmer may plant trees In bis early life
whose delightfal shade or healthful fruit he
may reasonably hope to enjoy in his dec! in
Ing years. Let the young farmer make nn his
mind to live and be on his farm, unless there
are special reasons for for changing, and then
Improve every opportunity to make his bome
such as he will srlov when old. lthlmalm
to make It a good place to live and It will be
a gooa piece to ate.
Tae Bark Lease.
Some oae wrote to the " Bural New York
er," to knaw If kerosene would not do to
prevent karJc lice. This brought a reply
from a Mr. Charles Downing, who says : " I
have not had any experience with kero
sene, and would not like to ,lsk it, 1 have
foaud potash dissolved In water, a good rem
edy one pound of potash snd one and a half
gVvP of water put on with a paint brush ;
aad now In a good time, when the leaves are
off, or any time before the buds bsgln to swell
la the spring. The,trcss should be wsshed np
ssfsras there are aur Insects, even to the
eads of the branches."
Da reply to a correspondent who Inquires
for the cause aad remedy for bloody milk,
the Ammrlcam AgrletdtmnM says: ''The milk
bat be foaad mixed with blood, without say
dUtlaet attack of garget. Gargst eonalsUof
itiflaamstioa aad congestion of the adder,
er partof it, aad Is aeoorapaaled by coastl
tattoasl disturtanees. generally fever. But
UMBtuK.ssayBe tinged with blood from
ether eaasas. Ylaleatjerklag of the adder,
by rasiag aboat, a alow. eoUla the organ, or
other Btssllar aeetdeets. may esase TtTaad
wit soaas baavy as lkets, which are saVjeet
ts It eeesssoaaily, ta esase Besses to be over
eseMeaseater th secretory apparatasot the
"-. gSwaHr a eaollBg paisauvs. or a
asUaealaretto (saea, for lastaao, as eight
pane of salts, or fear drams of ssatBeuaTf or
beta together, with rest sad frqaaWerefal
sad taatle milking will effect a care when
tae Tatter Is the esass. for garget similar
at man near treataasat at aeeeeZ"
lata ecatsstlsar tae pdass offered by
Mls-sasa U, AUea to Ue says of Tor
county, Maine, for the best com crop oa oa
elghth of an sore, there were 138 contestants.
The whole amount of eora retted bytheaa
was 1,7a bsaels;Iaverage to each hoy, U
bushels, sad the average amount per sere,
100 bushels. Moses MllUken, of Biddeford,
took tbe highest premluaa of , haying
raised 19 bushels, which wss at th rate of
1) bushels per acre. The second wss st the
rate of 132 bushels per acre. No sareetsful
competitor raised less than at the rate of 1M
bushels to the acre. Mr. Allen offers for next
year seven prizes, amounting to UOO, to tbe
boys of the whole Sute, and, if a boy in York
county takes the first prize of tttO, Mr. Allen
will add to It a gold watch.
How iassestsae Aided Irrlaratlea.
An Item In the Catasauqua Di'pcbih affords
an Illustration of the wonderful eapaclty of
limestone soil to absorb large quantities of
water. By filling up a sinkhole along the
Catasauqua creek which received a large part
or the stream, a genleman has Irrigated two
formerly dry firms as they were undoubted
ly Irrigated years ago, but beyond the memo
ry of tbe oldest inhabitant. The sinkhole
alluded to was probably due to tbe cavinv In
of tbe earth because of the rotting away of
the llmeitone bed rock, and the stream being
partially turned into the hole: began to nn
dergo nitration that at a distant point result,
ed In the crystal purity of some spring, prob
ably now dried up. The simple accident of
uiuug up uus unanoie nss iccreaseo tne ier
tlllty of a gcod deal of land to richness It had
uui enjoyea oexore in several generations.
The care er Laasbs.
Lett spring's lambs shonld.be well provided
with good sheltering bouses. Lambs cannot
bear the same degree of cold and damp as old
sheep, to get wet from exposure to rain or
snow, as they are apt to take cold, from
which they do not readily recover. To ln
sure a healthy growth of lambs, during the
early frosty'and wlnlerweather they must be
regularly sheltered every night and fed a
little grain as scon as the pastures have
failed. They should be fed very lightly at
first, for fear of starting the wool. Oats are
mucn Better than corn, and tne feed for each
Iamb may be Increased, an at tun end nf tm
or three weeks It will have reached one-half
piuu ii corn is fed instead or oats much less
will sutBoe. A small amount of grain during
the winter, with nlentv nt h anrf ?
and gooi pure water, with toad shelter, dry
litter, good ventilation and alltltaaalt nnm
a week, will keep lambs In a growing and
ucaiiuy coDuiuou mrouguoui ine winur.
ever frighten lambs, and do not. fall to
separate the sick from the strong.
Jaaaazesseat er Feathers.
Have two good.slzsd bags, one for the
geese and duck feathers,fand Ilia other for
chicken and turkey feathers. In plucking
cee tbat no skin or flesh adheres to the same,
and as each bird Is plucked place the feathers
in their appropriate bag, and hang up In
some dry place. When enough It colleeUa
to fill a pillow, cut .the shape out .of bed
ticking and stitch all around the edges, with
theexceptlonofastnall opening at tbe top
for the Introduction of the feathers. Before
filling in tbe same turn the bag Inside out,
and, laying It on a table, rub what is now tbe
outside well witb common soap, after which
fill In tbe feathers aid Mo tbe bag up closely
at the neck. Then as soon as tbe next fam
ily washing is over, plaee tbe big. with Its
contents, lu the boiler, and boll for a few
minutes, moving It about with a stick, and,
after lifting It up and down, and squeezing
It out a few times, It maybe taken out and
bung up in some place to dry. In a few
days tbe feathers will be found light and
dry, free from any unpleasant smell, snd the
pluow ready for nse.
Two Glasses of ranters.
The farmers of the comtry may be divided
Into two classes, according to nga and expe
rience the old and the young. While there
are many exceptions as to oacM class, It must
be admitted that the old are too prone to
continue old ways and methods, and the
young are too ready to disapprove of tbe old
and risk their Interests on what la compara
tively new. Tbe true policy Is to cling to
any custom until something better is learned
but to be sura while clinging to be on the'
alert for any lmp.-oyement. Much of tbe life
and Interest of firming arises from lu being
a progressive work. Many Important truths
have been developed during tbe last few
years, causing important changes in the
means and methods of agriculture. Those
who disregard these developments must, of
necessity, fall to compete successfully with
producers who jad.ciously a jpt what Is
good is tuS ,s s.vd bold to t at only which
is good in the old. A pia , middle sgfd
larmerteiis u? that in nt community the
younger men are succee ing much better
than the older, beciusal e former are using
more of the fruits ot recent experience.
now to Secure Uood Foaltrjr-
To insure white, plmp, lender poultry for
tho table, French poultry raisers give the
following directions: To gel good weight
and a delicate color, only meal from grain
onoyearold shoaldbe used when fattening
for market,ncd the water used in the mixing
of food should have suet added to it in the
proportion of three-eighths or an ounce to a
quart of meal. A small quantity or coarse
gravel should be added to the paste thus
made, so as to atslst the bird's digestive
functions. Special care should be taken not
to elve tbem any food for at least twelva
fabonni before they are killed, so that tbe In-
muura uity oe emDiy ai me umo nr iiMth
and the acid fermentations of tbelrcontents
which would otherwise ensue and which fa
cilitate decomposition, may be arotded.
Flocking the fowls should not be at temped
too soon. If feathers are pulled out while the
blood is still fluid tbe vtslcle at tho mot nr
eaeh of them becomes engorged and tbe skin
becomes spotted. A fowl killed while diges
tion is going on will hardly keep tor a week.
By attention to the above it Is claimed they
may be preserved for a tortnlaht In mild.
daicp weather, and for three weeks or more
wuea uisary ana caia. a lew pieces of
charcoil pus inside will assist In preserva
Agrlcnltare fa Chlaa.
General Grant, in speaking' of tbe meth
ods of agriculture In China, said tbat he wss
shown a piece of land which had been under
cultivation every year for 5,000 years without
deterioration of the far tlllty of the soil. This
result is effected by returning to the soil
everything taken from it. Fish constitutes a
large proportion of the food ol the people,
and all the; offal not consumed for human
food la carefully applied to the soil, and fish
is a great fertiliser. Sven the roots of wheat
wheat Is grown to a very limited extent
are taken and rotted In a compost heap and
reiurnea to me son. All sue leaves ana gar
bage aroutll!zd In the same manner, lie
said : 'Famines occur In the lntelror of Chi
na. In which thousands die of starvation.
This is due to the want of facilities for trans
portation, in tbe arerezate the countrv tiro-
duces enough to support even the dense lfe
of China, but In some seasons there ere .. or
tions of the country where crops are totai or
partial laiiures, wniie in inese same seasons
crops are abundant and successful In otber
parts. Facilities for transportation would
enable tbe more favored districts to suddIv
the destitution In the localities of want, but
no bucu lacuiue exist. "
Tae Treatmeat or Horses.
Every owner of a valuable driving hotse,
or even a working horse, shou'd thoroughly
undeistand the disposition ot his horse ss
well as know how to take care of the animal.
Such Information the owner of a boras, we
repeat, shou Id invariably potsess.whether he
does the work of taking care of the horse or
has others to do It for him. It Is well known
that horses have dispositions peculiar to
themselves; and they must be treated ac
cordingly, elan the animal will lose in con
dition and therefore become less able to per
form the service assigned It. We hsvo some
Intelligent horsemen In this dry who pro
fess to know all about horses, especially their
own. But we were not surprised to find one
of these gentlemen, a few days ago, who
could not even tell how much food and water
aborse ought to consume from day to day In
order to keep the animal In good health and
do labor to the best possible advantage. Too
much food and water given Irregularly does
more harm than too little food and water
given to the horse regularly. Tbe horse, un
der the former neglect of good care, becomes
lsy, inactive, and Is apt to stumble frora
loss of ambition; while the horse under tbe
latter treatment loses In condition aad be
comes feeble from waat or nourishmsn. Tne
owner of the horse tbat gets too little food la
not so spt to be preyed upon by tbe feed
dea'er as he is to be cheated by his unfaith
ful groom. The horse that gets too mueh
tood and water Irregularly la usually cared
for both by the owner and the members ot
the family when he Is absent, and Is of course
THE STATE OF KANSAS. I
LZAVKKWOBTK CorJfTT, '"'
In the Probate Court In and for said county.
In the matter of the Estate ot Francis Zsdon,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thetLettera
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to tbe undersigned on tbe Estate ot Francis
Zed on, late of said county, deceased, by the
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Thursday Dec It, irr. w
8IATE OF KAX3AB, 1
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la th Batter of the estate of Ji
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.lane A. Coullot' Sirah F Frrov. Y.'lIIIarn
11. Oodiatd, M. T. Uoddard, Alary Ann
Strcde, John B. Goddard, I) P. Jndd.
James R.Jndd. JoeilaT. Judd, SrnaellJJ
Judd. Ljtnra I' A. Juail, fheCe J.Jfower
and William U JnJiI. Defendants.
Yoa Jane A. Coulter, barah F Furrow. W:.
Ua.-n il. GodUard. M. T. Godard, Mary i r.n
Strode,!). P. Judd. James R.Judd, Jo'lla T
.lud.l, amuei 2i. J nan, l.aura t . a. jucq
I'liebtr J. Xower, nLd William U. Judd are
hereby notified itiat you together with John
B, (J.xluard hare teen sued In the aoovt
naraed. court by the abovo named plaintiff,
anil that tho said plalntlfl has filed his peti
tion alrainst you and unless you answer said
petition by the fifth day of January- A.
D. IES0, said petition wilt be Uken
as true and Judgement rendered against
you ami tho said John. U. Gldard
for tbe partition of the lollowlng deecrlced
lauds and tenements situated in the Count
nf Leaven vorth and State of Kansas, to wit:
Tbe east SO acres of the nortbone half of the
norluwtbl quarter, of section twenty-seven.
In township seven, of range twenty-one, and
tbe northwest quarter of the northeast qu tr
ier of section twenty-seven, in township
seven, nf range twenty-one containing nintty
acres; and the southeast qrurter of section
tweuty-elsht, township seven, aud ranee
twenty-one, and also a piece and parcel of
land uoKinmne ten rona wrsi or tn nortn
east corner ot section thirty-three (33), Town
ship seven (7), range twenty-one (il), theuca
south twenty chains and a half (.0), thence
west twenty chains (10), thence north tour
teen and a half chains (!4J 't, thenceforth sev
enty-one ana a nan iJ"grtsi (7i jj) , west tnrce
and 8M00 chains thence due northwest six
chlns and sixty links to tbe section line,
thence east twenty-eight chains and twenty
five links to the place of beginning, contain
ing lorty -four acres according to eaiyeyor's
certificate, (suhject however to tbe condi
tions of a lease wblch William T. Marvin
and Julia H. Marvin havo given Union
School District No. 3I, Leavenworth and
Atchlron Uounty for cne acre of land In the
nor' beast corner of said tract.
And adjudging the plaintiff to be tbe
owner oi one uuuivx iea eigniu pan or me
abovo described lands and tenements, and
tbe said tlefendenUt Jane A. Coulter, Sarah F.
Farrow. William II. Goddard. M. T. Goddard.
Mary Ann tetrode, John B Goddard, each to be
uicowneroioneunaiviaea eigrnn part oi the
above described laods and tenements, and
the sjld defendant V I' Judd to be Uie owner
of ono unuivi leu sixteenth part of the above
described lands and tenements, and the said
defendants James ll. Judd, Joella T, Judd,
Bamuel N. Judd, Laura F. A. Judd,
Phebe J.Nowersnd William K. Judd each to
be the owner ci one undivided ninety siztn
part of tbe above described landsand ten
ements, and for such other nroceedlmra and
relief as are provided for by tbe laws ot the
state oi aansaa in casts in partition.
STILUNGS A flTILUNOS,
Attorneys lor Plaintiff
Sheriffs Sale 127.
OCULU: NOTICE ia llEREBYCHVEXthet
a. under and by vlrtueofalndameutren
oered In the District Court lu tbe county of
Lavcnworia. in ine ataie oi ivansas. in an
action wherein the German Banlr, of Leav
enwortn, Kansas, is ptainuu, and John r.
Baker, and others, are defendants, and of an
uecutlon Issued on said Judgment, to me di
rected and dellverid. 1 will oa Monday, tbe
12th day or January, A. D. 1E30, at 11 o'clock
a. m .of that day. at the south frontdcorof
tbe Court House In tbe city of
Leavenworth. In the Connty of Letvenworlb,
la the btate of "Cna.ofJ"cr at cublie ssis and
Mil to the highest bidder, for csh In hand.
.he following described tracts of land.slttiaf ,
Ivtns and belne In tbe county of Leaven
worth, In the Htate of Kansas, namely: Tr
undivided hair nf lots one (1). two (?) and
three (3), In block ono (1), in Lsavtnwonh
City, proper, aa per plat or -aid city on tile In
the office o; the Register of Deeds tor Leaven
worth County, Kansas.
Dated this 11th day of December. 1879.
laherlfTof L'avenwortb Co.. KM.
Lucira Baker, Attorney for Plaintiff.
TH E ST.VJ E OF KAN8 AS, 1
LKAVE.VWOKTH COUHTT. I
In the Probate Coartln and forjtald Ciuaty
Io tbe matter of the estate of Jacob Henry
"VTOT1CB IS HEREBY GIVEN that letters
f of administration, with tbe will an
nexed, have b3n granted to tbe undf nlgned
on tbe estate of Jacob Henry Plerson, late of
said county, deceased, by the Honorable, the
Probte Court or the county and State afore
said, dated the 16th day or October, A. D. 18?..
Vow, all persons bavins claims against the
said estate are hereby notified that they must
nresent the same to tbe underlined for al
lowance, within one year from tne date of
said letters, or tney may be precluded ricm
any benefit of such estate: and that lrcueb
claims be not exhibited within three years
after the date of said letttM, ibey ahall be
Wilt-tah H. Lewis,
Administrator, with will annexe 1, or ths-
tateof Jaecb flmry Plenmn, deceased.
Tnarsday, Dccemb:r 11, 1ST3. a 3a.
mv Sharirs Sale No. 126,
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that un
der and by virtue of a Jodcment rendered
la tbe D.strict Court In the Gouoiuf Jeaven
worth, in the Htat of Kanaai, In an action
wherein H. W.Ide as reeelverof the estate
or the Kansas Insurance Company la plats
tiff, and KIcana Hensley and others are de
rendanta. and of at execution Issued on raid
Judgment, to ms directed aad delivered, I
wiiion JSOBoay ujoijiu nay oi January, a.v.
1$30, at 11 o'clock a.m. of ibat dry, at the
south front door of the Court House la the
City of Leavenworth, in tbe County of
Leavenworth, ia tbe State of Kansas, offer st
aublle sale and sell fo the hlgacrt
bidder, for cash in band, tbe following des
crlbed tracts of land, situate, lying asd betas
in the Ooanty or Leavenworth, laths Btate
of Kansas, namely :
The north sixty-flv (5) feet of lot sixteen
MO.In block fort v-four if)la Leavenwortn
City, (prop) Leavenworth Couaty, Stat of
ao tea imrj ia oioea larae W ia
Leavenworth City, (proper) la tbaCoontyof
Leayenwonn ana eaan or n snaas, wita tae
teaemsats; birdltament and sppurtenan
ees. Lot six (in block forty-lour (if) la
jjeaveowona viiy, ipropmj laeveawortB
Oouaty, Stem of Kansas. Lots Sear (i) arts
(a) aad six (), In Block foarteea fH)la Leav
aworta City, (proper; atorwasld.
P. O. Laws,
SaerKTof Laavsaworta Caaaty Ksasrn.
B. W.laa, AWirssr jm nasatia.
UJ $L CkariM trri, ulil r&
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