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Wii.ii gees and ducks are making their
appearance in market, in large iiuiiiiictf,
and the restaurant windows present a tempt
ing display of plump game. Sixirtsineii arc
having fine times.
Wk received yesterdajr one of the Iargot
riznl Taylor steam prases for'tlic maminoth
Weekly Times, which will 1 put in i.cra
tioit as soon as our new Fleam engine U in
A little son of Mr. Wilcox, a widow
re-iding in Lawrence, was kicked Jo death
ly a vicious mustang pony, on Mundayja.it.
The helpless little fellow was terribly man-
S. S. Caswell, Esq., of Junction City,
w ho was Ktahbecl hy a Mexican, in Abilene,
a few days ago, died on Friday night from
the -.-fleets or his wounds, which were not at
lirM considered dangerous.
The attention of teachers is called to the
ndvcrtL-cment in another column, of an ex
amination to be held at the Western Dus-i-
nos College, corner of Cherokee and Fifth
sdrwl, on the 21Hli instant.
Km: companies of the Seventh cavalry,
left Fort Hays yesterday for Leavenworth.
Company "IL." remains at Hays. General
(Vtcrand CoL Weir are coming in to win
ter at Fort Leavenworth.
A ladv in Leavenworth has gone craiy by
reading'the local pages of the LeaTenworth
pajcrs. Kaiutu -Cfty Jmrtwl.
Yes. She read an announcement that her
ron had broken his neck trying to climb one
of your sidewalks, without spurs on.
We learn that the Census Bureau, at Wash
ington, is about to order investigation of the
Kansas City census, attention having been at
tracted to it by the disproportionate numbcr
of votes to the number of inhabitants. The
estimate in the Wot is about one voter to ev
ery reven inhabitants; and the returns of
that town would make it only one to thirteen.
We learn from the Lawrence Tribune, of
the death of Joel Thomas' race-horse, Van
guard. He departed this life on irnlay
morning, the cauc being Fjiasniodic or cramp
colic. Vanguard was a thoroughbred, and
one of the fartot and best ever owned in the
West, and ju-t in his prime, being only nine
years old. I le was valued at $1 ,-"J00, and the
loss is quite a severe one.
To illu.tratc the fact that printing a paper
out Wct costs something, Buckingham, of
the Cloud County Empire, announces that the
freight on three bundles of paper, weighing
135 jkwihIs, from Leavenworth to Clyde,
was $3.75. Subcribcrs ought to come right
flown with the stamps on that statement.
Buck gets up a good paper, by the way, and
we are glad to learn that it is well supjiorted.
A gentleman from up the road, yester
day, brings us a rumor that Lieutenant II.
Walworth Smith, Acting Quartermaster of
the Seventh Cavalry, was murdered at or
near Salina, day liefore yesterday. He was
known to have about his ierson a large
amount of Government funds, and the rumor
excites the graest apprehensions in regard
to the matter. The Lieutenant was well
known in this city, where he has a large
numlicr of friends who will rejoice to learn
that the alwvc Is but a rumor. Tiaxla Com
lnonmxillh. Lieut. Smith is well known here, and was
formerly from Itochcster, X. Y.
The Republicans of Doniphan County
have nominated Hon. Sol. Miller, of White
Chuid, and Dr. J. Wood, of Doniphan, for
State Senators. They were instructed al
most unanimously against Sidney Clarke.
The Second ISeprcsentative District nomi
nates that sound veteran Republican, the
Hon. Abraham Bennett. He will be elected
two to one. The Fifth District nominates
Kennedy, anti-Clarke, over Clarke Lowe
an unlooked-for victory.
Tun press of the country is unanimous in
pronouncing the Kansas City census the moit
brazen fraud of the kind ever perpetrated.
The Lawrence Tribune saya:
We understand that the frauds in the
Kansas City census are to be investigated,
and that the returns will probably be thrown
out. It would be well for the investigating
committee to call on a gentleman of St.
Ixi mis, who stated, in our office, yesterday,
that a eenus taker in Kansas City insisted
on counting him, along with two other non
rcsidciit who were in company with him,
transiently in that city, a few days since.
We copy the following from the Iawrcncc
Journal, in regard to our coal mine. It is
to lie regretted that our coal cannot lie de
livered in Lawrence at as low a rate as that
from Fort Scott:
This mine is now in sneeecsful ojieration,
and the eompatiy is taking out about two
thousand bushels every day, which amount
will lie increased as the cold weather creates
a greater demand for good fuel. The shaft
is about seven hundred feet deep. Arrange
ments will soon lie completed for shipping,
which will greatly facilitate delivery and
obviate the present necessity for carting a
mile in wagons to the railroad depot. The
mouth of the shaft is within three hundred
feet of the Missouri river, and the railroad
runs lietween them. All that is necessary to
complete the arrangements for the successful
loading of ears at the mint, is a side track,
w hich is lieing put in as rapidly as HKiliIe,
and will lie completed in a few days. This
is probably as good fuel coal as the Fort
Seott, but unfortunately, although nearer
Iiwrenee, it cannot lie delivered here as low
as the coal from Fort Scott. Mr. Farwcll
received two car-loads of the Leavenworth
cul on Saturday morning, all of which was
distributed among his customers throughout
the city during the day. Two more cars
arrived yesterday, and now the coal will be
toted at thega.1 works and at Kimball Bros.'
Fori Krott Cal Nhnfi.
To tit l'lltori o Tlit Tiuift:
Your notice of the abandonment of work
tin the shaft at Fort Scott, recalls a visit the
writer made to it, about ten days since.
The bed from which the article called Fort
Scott coal is taken, is what is called a ''stir
f.iee'' vein. It lies from five to eight feet
deep, and varies in thickness from twelve to
fifteen inches. In order to obtain it, the
whole of the "covering" must be removed.
This consists of Foil, limestone and slate,
intersjierswl with boulders of iron. It is a
work of great labor, and during all kinds of
inclement weather, it is necessarily sus
pended. 1 Icncc the supply of coal from this
source is very uncertain and very unreliable.
During a boring made a mile and a half
south of the town, a bed of coal rix fed in
thickness, was passed through, at a depth of
'260 feet. This was at the. place now known
as "The Burning Well.' Ui.on this datum,
the coal company determined to sink a shaft,
one half mile north of town on the railroad
a distance of only two miles from the
point where the rix foot vein was proven.
They readied the depth of 260 feet, after
many trials, but (ailed to get any considera
ble vein of coal. They continued the shaft
to a depth of 325 feet, and Mill finding no
coal, they resolved to bore. This they did,
and when the writer was there, they had
gone 150 feet deeper, making in all 475 feet,
and as they liad then bored in a stratum of
nick 115 feet and were not yet through it
they were about desparing of success. Wliat
the cliaractcr of the rock was, nobody con
- nccted with the work seemed to know. One
called it a sand stone, and another believed
it to be tlie "Archimedes Limestone," at the
bottom of the coal measures.
If they have really abandoned the work,
which should be greatly regretted, they can
have no good reason for concealing the "sec
tion'' of the rocks as far as gone; and as its
publicity would be a matter of general bene
fit, in determining the question of a thick
vein for other localities,' it is to be hoped
they will publish the.whole section, or such
Iiarts of it as they know to be reliable. L.
(.'rand Mass Meetig at Eastm.
Easton, Ks., October 23d, 1870.
To lU'. I'Al'.orof llc Time:
We had a large Republican meeting at
the "White School House," Eaoton Town-,-fiip,
Saturday evening the 22d of October.
Mr. James Smith acted as Chairman, W.
M. Kincaid, Secretary.,
Our colored fricndS came out in force,
men and women, to hear Ca.rt. Matthews.
His ppeech was a fine effort, replete with
logic, stem facts, humor, and eloquent in
vective. Democracy received such a shock
that it can hardly recover, and long faces
seem fashionable just now, in Easton.
Gen. Larimer made a good speech, which
was well received. He spoke the truth when
he said "That Democracy was on its last
legs, and could not survive another defeat"
Count Eatun on tac Republican side,
XontlnntiuK CmirmUmm t the 39Ui
The meeting of the Republican electors
of the Twenty-ninth Bepresentative District,
comprising the Townships of High Prarie,
Stranger, and part of Sherman, was held at
the Stone School House, one and a half miles
cast of Big Stranger Bridge, on Saturday
last, to nominate a candidate for the Legisla
ture. A. L. Harbison was called to the Chair
and Dr. Waring, C. Carney, and John
Hutchinson, were appointed tellers.
Upon informal ballot, W. T. Hinman re
ceived 11 votes, James Orr, 21, and Joseph
Mr. Hinman withdrew in favor of James
Upon tbs regular ballot Mr. Howell re
ceived 39 and Mr. Orr 30 votes. Mr. Howell
was accordingly declared the nominee of the
The following resolution was unanimously
Whereas, It is the desire of the Repub
lican voters of this Representative District
that the candidate for that office be nomina
ted, for the year 1871, hy Primary Elections,
to lie held in each Precinct; therefore
Itfuoltfl, That the Central Cbmmittee'for
this District,, is hereby instructed to give due
notice of the time and place of holding such
Primary Elections, the same to be at the
n-tial places of holding Elections in each
As a number of aspirants for nomination
upon the County Ticket were present, there
was a manifest desire that they should ad
dress the meeting.
Siecches were accordingly made by CoL
Coffin and Messrs. Spry, Sherry, Coney, Ed
gerton, Robinson, and others, to the great
apparent edification of everybody present.
For the Times.
-OOI TEMPLARft KOXU.
Air' ' What Falry-lile Mitic. ' '
I1V J. C DANA.
Wo mci't ill Ibis Temple to marshal our host;
Tlic foe is astir, leach man at his pot !
Kins Alcohol stands, in this fairest of lands,
IK'fiant and stroll?, with his blood-reeking hand.
We meet as flood Templar, in army array,
Toitia-s-, xw 111 our weapons, this demon away;
In "God and the Right" we unflinchiiiglytrust,
'Till the arm of the foe shall reiusciii the dust.
With helmet and shield we will hatc to the field,
Where thickest the tattle, our sword shall we
Oiirhrothcrs, laid low ill the tlutch of the foe.
We mint rescue in haste from the depths of their
Come brother, eonie sisters, in harmony all,
lVpond to humanity's agonized call;
Come gird on the armor, nor ceaso from the fight,
Till Temperance reign in the glory of right.
lirac hearts aud strong hands shall the vicWry
While Rum, from his dark hiding plaec they rout;
And Angels the chorus in triumph repeat,
While demons shall howl at their leader's defeat.
Wiciikstek, Kans., Oct. 22, 1ST0.
So light and delicate arc all the prepara
tions made from Sea Moss Fauine that it
is invaluable for invalids and all those re
quiring a light and easily digested food.
My Fjmexh, stop that terrible cough if
you would avoid a consumptive's grave.
This you can do by using Dr. Pierce's Alt.
Ext. or Golden Medical discovery. Forcur
ing all throat, bronchial and lung diseases it
has never lieen equalled. Pimples on the
face, Eruptions, Blotches and all Scrofulous
di-cascs are cured by this wonderful" and
ni(st valuable medicine. Sold by druggists.
Beware of counterfeits. Observe that Dr.
Pierce's private Government Revenue Stamp
isou each liottlc. d&w
Oitk Imprudence the Cause of Con
sumption. How many of us can date the
caue of our last sickness to either a crowded
room, and then coming out in the cold air,
or wearing damp clothes, causing a cough
which settles ujion the lungs, producing
seated pains in the chest. Allen's Lung
Balsanrwill check the disease and restore
I health to the system, if only used in time.
Kemcmuer and call at the Urag store Jor
Allen's Lung Balsam. Every family should
keep it on hand. d&w.
New Bee-Hive Protector. Isaac nay
den has the patent-right fur a new and
highly recommended bee Jprotector, for
the following counties: Crawford, Allen,
Cherokee, Sumner, Reno, Rice, Ellsworth,
Lincoln, Mitchell, Pratt, Stafford, Russell,
Ellis, Clark, Comanche and Kiowa, in
Southern and Western Kansas. The im
provement has the highest recommendation
.-i.i the only (icrfect protection against moths,
and is considered an almost invaluable in
vention. We commend it to the attention of
bee-keepers, who can obtain further informa
tion or procure county rights hv calling on
or addressing Mr. I lay den, at Leavenworth
31. JI. I'omrrty. of thr Kji CrauM Bern
oernt. oa KebarlLB Bittern.
C. W. Roback, of Cincinnati, is making
the best article of Bitters now manufactured
in the United States or elsewhere.
We have used them for three years, and
would not be without them for almost any
money. In the spring his Stomach Bitters
are worth hundreds of dollars for keeping
the stomach in order, and cleansing the
blood from its accumulated impurities.
It is not once in two years that wc endorse
so-called patent medicines, but Roback' s are
worthy all the praise we can bestow on them.
The Bet and Original Tale T Irea.
Phosphorus and Calisaya, known as Ferro
Phosphatcd Elixir of Calisaya Bark. The
iron restores color to the blood, the phos
phorus renews waste of the nerve tissue, and
the Calisaya gives a natural, healthful tone
to the digestive organs, thereby curing dys
iicpsia in its various forms, wakefulness,
general debility, depression of spirits; also
the best preven tive against fever and ague.
One pint contains the virtues of one ounce
of calisaya, and one tcaspoonful, a grain of
iron and phosphorus. Manufactured only
by Caswell, Ilazzard & Co ifew York.
Sold by druggists. XsaUth
The purest and sweetest Cod Liver Oil in
the world is Ilazzard & Caswell's, made on
the sea-shore, from fresh selected livers, bv
Caswell. Ilazzard & Co., New York. It is
aWlutcly pure and sweet. Patients who
have once taken it prefer it to all others.
Physicians have decided it superior to any
of the other oils in market. Sold by all
Nervous Headache, Liver Coxrjuht,
&c The Brain being the most deucate.aaa
sensitive of all our organs, is nccewarily man
or less affected hy all oar bodily aliments.
A headache is often the first symptom of a
serious disease. If the nervous system is af
fected, thcrtMs always trouble at its source in
the pericranium. Andpt may be here re
marked that as the nervous fibre pervades
the entire frame, no part of the physical
structure can be effected without the nerves
suffering sympathetically. Liver complaint
of every type effects the brain. Sometimes
the effect is stupor, confusion of ideas,
hyiochondriasis; sometimes persistent or
periodical headache. In any case, the best
remedy that can be taken "is Plantation
Bitters. In headache proceeding from in
digestion or biliousness, or both, the
stomachic and anti-bilioes properties of the
preparation will soon relieve the torture, by
removing the cause. If the complaint is
purely nervous in other words, if it has
originated in the nervous, system, and is
not the result of sympathy, the Bitters will
be equally efficacious. eod&w.
Ismsm rfce CSmmbria.
statement or K'q.Axrjutirp, the sous sur
vivor OP THE WKSCKED CAMBRIA.
Losdok, Oct 22. The following sum
mary of the statement of McGaTtland, the
only known survivor of the wrecked steam
ship Cambria, is just received from London
derry. THE CAMBRIA, AFTER LEA VINO XEV YORK,
was generally fortunate, notwithstanding that
unpleasant weather prevailed most of the
time, till the night of Wcdncsday.'Oct. 19th,
between 10 and 11 o.cloek. The Cambria
was then under sail and steaming rapidly.
SUDDENLY, WHEN ALL WAS APPARENTLY
she struck on Mitraline Island, a small
island ten miles west of Donegal and thirty
west of Londonderry.
THE VESSEL INSTANTLY EBOAN TO FILL
through the large holes stove in her bottom,
and the fires were soon extinguished. It
became evident that the steamer was hope
lessly situated, and all efforts were therefore
SAVING THE LIVES OF TOE PASSENGERS
who were massed upon the deck. Four
boats crowded with passengers were launched
and put off from the sinking steamer. Mc
Gartland entered one of these, and he saw no
more of the ship or the other boats, he thinks
there is no doubt that all
THE BOATS WERE SWAMPED
and that he is the only survivor. Instantly
upon getting into the boat it capttJcd and he
lost consciousness. Upon reviving he found
himself in the sea, but, grasping the gun
whale of the boat, which had righted, he suc
ceeded in getting in the boat a second time
and found therein
THE DEAD BODY OF A LADY DRESSED IN
Mr. McGartland was tossed about many
hours, when he was picked up by the Enter
prise, Capt. Gillespie, who cruised about the
scene of the disaster for a long time in the
hope of saving life and property. McGart
land says, at almost the very time of the dis
aster, the passengers and crew were
on the tempestuous voyage being nearly fin
ished, and were rejoicing in the fact that in
one short hour more they would land at
Moville. There were certainly
ISO SOULS ON BOARD,
and perhaps more.
Londonderry, Oct. 21 midnight Ves
sels are just returning from the scene of the
Cambria disaster in the North channel.
They report that they
DISCOVERED ONLY A LOT OF BROKEN SPARS,
and a few barrels of flour, which formed
part of her cargo.
NOTHING HAS YET BEEN HEARD OF THE
which put out from the Cambria when she
struck. Hope for their safety has not been
entirelv abandoned. McGartland reports
LITTLE MIORT OF A HARRICAN
prevailed at the time, which it would be
miraculous for sucha small craft to weather.
Londonderry, Oct. 22 A careful exam
ination of the coast and waters for miles
around the scene of the Cambria disaster, by
river steamers, fails to discover any traces of
me missing ooais iroiu me uamuria.
THE IRON SniP HECUBA FOUNDERS AT SEA.
London, Oct. 22. The iron ship Hecuba,
Capt. Walker, which left Calcutta on the 1st
of July last, for New York, with a general
cargo and 80,000, foundered on a sunken
rock at Sturges' Bay, on the loth of Sep
tember. Safety ofOnr 3f ore of the IViviciiBer
or inc lanoriim
Pittsburg, Oct. 25 Information is made
public here hy a reliable party, that J. E.
llodson, of Coffin's station, Ind., hxs re
ceived a cable telegram from his brother
Albert Hudson, who was a passenger by the
Cambria, announcing his safe arrival at
Glasgow. From this it would appear that
there is at least one survivor who has not
made known to the agents of the steamship
line or the English newspapers the fact of his
safety, and this leads to the hope that still
others are safe.
Indiana Election Ketarnt The lresl
clent'N I.cllcr to Senator Morton.
Indianapolis, Oct. 25 The official vote
of all the counties in the state have been re
ceived. The Democratic majority on the
State is 2,158.
The following is the President's reply to
Senator Morton's letter declining the Eng
Executive Mansion, Washington,
October 21, 187rj.
Hon. O. P. Morton
Iknr Sir: Your letter of the 19th inst.
declining the English Mission, with reasoas
therefor is received. I fully concur
with you in all the reasons which
you give for the course which you find it
your duty to perstic in the matter, but regret
that the country is not to have your valuable
services at the English court, at this impor
tant juncture. Your course, however, I
deem wise and it will lie highly appreciated
by your constituents in Indiana ami through
out" the country. AVith assurances of my
highest regard, I remain very trucly your
(Signed.) U. S. Grant.
Iowa Kleellon Kelnrii.
Des Moines, Oct. 25 The Republican
State Central Committee, up to this date,
have official returns front eighty-two coun
ties: eighty of them giving a Republican
majority, and two Democratic Total Re
publican majority in eighty counties, o7,337.
Eight other counties reliable, but not offi
cially, reported give a Republican majority
ofl,:595, which added to that of the eighty
comities gives -11,732.
Pennsylvania Kleetion Krlnrn.
Philadelphia, Oct. 25. Official returns
from all Congressional Dfrtricts show a Re
publican majority af -1,293.
Lea vkm worth, Octolier26. IS70.
Sugar, N. O. V
Crushed and Powdered Sugar.....
A Sugar . . ..
B Sugar . ...
Molasses, common Migar House-
' ' Syrup . ..
ftoldcn Syrup .......
Suear Hrips.... ..................
Rio Coflee........ ...
Salt, coarse. bbli '.
Pepper... . ..
Nutmegs.....-....... ... ..... .-
1 00(21 50
12 wvan oo
2 25(53 00
Tea, best Iraiaial... ......
Tea, second uuality
Mackerel, No. IV 'A ''
No. 1 kits
" No. 2 y i bid
" No. 2
Herring, smoked ... ........
Oysters case.. .........
Can Fruits ) case. .. .
' ' new .. ....
6 00(017 50
1 33(32 00
3 80(Ti5 75
Raisins ... ...
Brazil nuts.. ....
Brooms V doz..
Wooden Ware, No. 1 tul doz....
" No. 2 tubs fl doz.
" No. 3 tubs Y doz
Three hoop pails... ...
1 wo uiop iaiis.K......M..
Tobacco No. 1 V n ..
' No. 2ft
Natural Leaf No. 1
1 OO-ftl 10
Killikinick V laic.
Fine Cut Chewing
EACOX AS I) LARD.
Clear Sides, pork bouse..
Si 00(31 25
.3 005 00
2 302 75
Chickens dnz ..
I X L White Wiutcr flour In sack-
" in barrels-
Best City or Missouri brands
.. .4 44 XXX-
C4 44 44
Graham Flour, H sacks.
Clear 18.104.22.168 inch drea'd one tide
2d do do do
da do do do
Kkw Yokk, Oct 25.
SterUnExchsAM JVJ. , R .. ,, G
UoH wkk fopcBai llJ ;aM wn to 11 J oa
unfounded rumors of the successful termination of
peace negotiations in Europe, with large tranoc
tion;ircoTercd toll Ji; dosed at llJ-J. Borrowing
rates flat, carrying 2i3 per cent
CtearanccftSSS.gOQ.OAP- i ,
"Uovernmrats duB and heavy. Th Treasury
dMrtirsed (53.780, on account of interest.
Coupons -SI, 14; '62, ETHftlZJS: l,
U'4HI1'A: '65. llfcUJS; new r6J, I0JfI0J;
'7,10M-jl0Jf;'68, VfMfaWA; 10-Ms Gte&;G,
IState bonds dull: Mo. Co. 91.
- i n
r- if unmiij i1 ptt ,
Jj . fc-tfwlsdcLiS.
FLOUR lOAISe better on low grades: super
St OOrfM 31); X t 40(34 75; XX St 90fi5 00.
WHEAT Firm ; So 2, red fall 81 -0 1 23 : choice
SI .Wtl 40.
fOORN Firmer and best grades higher, mixed 55
jG0e: prime white 63c
OATS Dull at 4244c in racks.
JIARLEY Firm at TJcftJl 05 for good to choice.
JlYE Steady at CSc for No 2.
"WHISKEY Lower at 874e. ,
TOBACCO Inwnlar. 'i'l -.!- .
PROVMIOSS-Steadyand nnu 'with "only job
PORK $23 50.
BULK MEATS-13c; clear rit. ICc; dear 17c.
BACON Shoulders He; clear rib i:?.Jc; clear
MEW TOBK MARKET.
Kkw YoitK, Oct. 2.1.
FIjOUR Demand active tand advanced 15c;
Mipers $5 403 60; extra S-'S.'595; choice S6 OU
ii. uuii ana u
::: ito i
lower rales: mixed
79aS0c; . . ,,,r-
OATS Quiet and unchanged; Ohio 5li-W;
COFFEEDull and unchanged.
SUGAR Steady and in moderate demand; Culm
suearSJaiOl; IVirto Rico 10JUOJ:.
MOLASSES Dull and iiucluiigrd.
PORK Dull and unchanged; mro S'JGOO.
BULK MEATS Unchanged; pickled hams 19
MIDDLES-Dull; l.rtut clear ll$r.
LARD Dull and nominal; steam lie; kcltk- lf'
WHISKEY Dull and a hliade lower.
Chicago, Oct. 23.
FLOUR Extra spring S 4 85, cwb.
WHEAT No 2, spring opened firmer at $1 01.
CORN Un hanged.
OATS Dull and declined JitUSc to Jc for No 2.
RYE Steady and dull at 6iU-.
BARLEY Demand fairand firm at Sic for No 2,
WHISKEY MftS7c for iron.
MESS PORK 23 00.
1KX2S Acllvcat 87 237 70.
RATTLE-More active and l.iii23c higher.
Essays roa Yocno Mex, on Social Evils, and
the propriety or impropriety of getting Married,
with sanitary help for th who feci unfitted for
matrimonial happiness. Sent free, i scaled en
TdOs. Address, HOWARD ASS CIATION,
Box I', Philadelphia, l'j. sx 20dwl2:i
Spread the Truth.
Some medical men in-ijt that it is undignified to
advertise a remedy, however valuable it may le.
Queer reasoning this. It is like saying that an ar
ticle which the world needs idiould ! hi I in a cor
nerthat benefits and blessings may be too widely
diffused that the means of protecting and Restor
ing health should be a doc monopoly, and not ac
cessible to all. The argument is Iwd. It is wors
than that; it is inhuman. tixvc Ilmtcttcr's
Stomach Bitters an alwolute specific for dyspepsia,
biliousness and nervous debility had never been
known lieyond the rrjvrtoire of the faculty, what
would have been tlieconsciicncc? Instead of cur
ing and invigorating millions, the gid effects of
the preparation would have lccn con fined to. -i com
parative few. There is the highest authority for
saying that light should not lw hid under a bushel ;
that whatever is excellent should lie placed as a city
on a hill, where all men can take cognuance of it.
It is upon this princiblc that the Bitters have K-eu
advertised and continue to le aderli-ed in cery
newspaper of any prominence in the western hem
isphere, and that the siontanoiis testimonials in
its faior have been translated into all written lan
guages. Thousands enjoy perfect health to-day
who would lie languishing on beds . siikness if the
ncwsapcrs had not spread the truth with regard to
this unciualcd iuvigorant and corrective far and
wide. Suppose profit lu lieen reaiod froai this
publicity. Is that any argument against it? If the
public health has been protected; if liics have liven
saved; if the feeble hae been strengthened and
the sick restored, great good has lieen acmniplMicd:
and who so mean as to grudge to exertions thus di
rected their fair reward? iii-tli-satAw
THE STATE OK KANSAS,
Ixavcnwurth County. J
In the District Court of the first Judicial District of
theStatc of Kansas, sitting in the county of Leav
en worth, in said State.
Edmund A. W. Hunter, Plaintiff,
John II. Day, lieorge W. Wanl,
John A. llalderman, Charlotte A.N.
McAulay, Daniel Shire, llcnrr
Shire. Jane Patterson, .Mildred Pat
terson, avid S. Burnett, Michael
O'Mara, William II. Ralton, Flora
Tack, ami Alexander V. A.
YOU, THE ABOVE NAMED JOHN II. DAY,
lieorge W. Wanl, Jane Pattrr.vn, Mildred
Patterson and David S. Burnett, aie hereby notified
that you, together with the other defendants aliovc
named, hate been sued by the almve named plai
ntiff, Edmund A. W. Hunter, in the ahote men
tioned Court and that said plaiiitilDias in said Court,
filed his amended etition against you, and the
other defendants atoe named in thealiove entitled
action, and that you must answer said elition on
or lwfore the 9th day of Deccmlier, A. D. 17(1, or
said s-lilion will l taken as true, and judgment will
be rendered accordingly of the following nature, to
wit: A judement in favor of saiil plaintiff azainst
said defendant. John II. Day. fr so mucli of the
sum of five thousand, nine hundred and eighty dol
lars with interest thereon at the rate cf thirty per
cent, pcraunura from the. 8th day of May, A. D.
tSGll, as shall not exceed the sum of eight thousand
six' hundred and eleven 2U-1H0 dollars (?S,611 2U),
with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per
annum from the 25th day of Oclolier, A. D. iM'd,
that is such judgment will le rendered for said sum
of eight thousand, six hundred and eleven 20-100
dollars, ( 8,611 20) with interest thereon at the rate
last aforesaid, from said 25tb dav of October, A, D.
1X61 , and for costs of suit. And' that the -fallowing
dcscrilicd tracts of land situate lying' and ling in
the County of LeaTenworth, and Slate of Kansas,
uauielv: lts fourteen (11), fifteen (13), eighteen
(IK), nineteen (l'J), thirty-clght-'(:u), thirty-nine
X)), forty (40), forty-one (41), and forty-two (12),
in block one hundred and one (lul): lots 'seven
(7); eight (S), sixteen (IC), seventeen (17), and
twentv-seven (27), in block one hundred and two
(10?):lot four (4), five (5), and six (6), in block
one hundred ami three (lu:!); lot seven (7), in
block one hundred and seven (107), all iudayA.
McAulay'g addition to the city of Lcncnworth:
hits seven (7), and eight (), in block numbered
seventy (70), of the original platof the city of Leav
enworth; lots thirty CM), thirty-one (31), and
thirty-two (32), in block sixty-seven 67), of the
original piatoi tne ntr oi Lcavenwonn, oe sow
without redemption by the Sheriff of said county
ditsixction or sucii juugiucnt, and sucn
amount as the Court shall find due from said
John II. Day, to said plaintiff, on or liccause of
the note, mortgage deed and tierce hereinafter
mentioned and the costs of said action and that the
proceeds arising from such sale theruf lie applied to
the payment of the costs of said action and the
amount to l found due said plaintiff on said note,
mortgage deed and decree with interest on such
amount from the time of the rendition of judgment
at the rate of ten per cent per annum, and that the
several defendants in said action and every one of
mem, including yourselves ana et err person claim
ing by. from, through or under any of said defend
ants be forever barred and foreclosed of and from all
and any right and eqsty of redemption and other
right whatever of, on, in or to said tracts of land
and every of them from and after such sale thereof.
-And that yon and all of said defendants and all
persons claiming from or under you or them or any
of you or them, be ordered, required and adjudged
to deliver possession of said tracts of land to the
grantee or grantees in every deed made In pursu
ance of such sale, so soon as demand therefor shall
be made, unless the defendants in said action or
come one or more of them shall pay or cauw to be
paid to said plaintiff within some short time to lie
fixed by the Court, the amount of such judgment,
that is such sum of money as the Court shall rind in
this action to be due to said plaintiff from said John
II. Day on and because of the matters hereinafter
mentioned, with interest thereon at the rate of ten
percent per annum from the time of the rendition
of judgment in said action.
Which last mentioned amount of money is by
said plaintiff claimed to l due him from said John
H, lay, and he,, said plaintiff, claims to have a
lien on the above described tracts of land therefor,
and a right to hare the same sold for the satisfaction
thereof on, under and because of the matters and
things hereinafter stated, to-wit:
On the 5th dar of Novemlier, 1S53, at Leaven
worth City, said'John II. Day made his promissory
note in writing of that date-, and then delivered the
same to said plaintiff and thereby f.ir value re
ceived promised to or at the l-anking huuve of
Scott, KcrrA Co., six months after thedatcthcre
of, to thp order of said plaintiff, five thousand,
nine hundred and cishty dollars ($5.9s0), with in
terest thereon at the rate of thirty per cent per an
num alter tne matuniy'inercoi unm paii.
And on the 8th day of rovemier, isvw, tne sam
John H. Day, for the purpose and in onlor to secure
the payment or the atorcKim promissory noie ana
sum of money and interest therein sperificil, made,
ipnitid and delivered to Mid plaintiff hi certain
mortgage deed of that date and thereby conveyed to
said plaintiff", his heirs and assigns, the above de-
senbeu tracisoi isnu wmi hhwi jiiv4,
Ami on the 23th dar of October. 1WI. at the
OetolierTerm, A. I, lXil, of the District Court of
the United States tor tne 1'isinci oi tjnsis, in a
rt.in action then nendins therein in equity.
wherein said Edmund A. W- Hunter was plaintiff
and said John II. Uay and otners were defendants,
n hill filed and nrosoruteil by said rlaintUTfor the
foreclosure of said mortzage deed, among other
thinn the said Court did then find that there was
then due to said plaintiff from said John H. Day on
said note the sum of eight thousand, six hundred
and eleven 20-100 dollars (?,G1I 20), and that said
plaintiff then had a lien by mortgage for the pay
ment of the same on the several tracts of land herein
above described. ....
And said court In said action then among other
things ordered, adjudged and decreed that all and
singular the several tracts of land above described
to raise the amount so found due from said John II.
DaT to said plaintiff", be sold at public auction by
and under the direction of the United States Mar
shal, and that said Starshal should jar to said
plaintiff; or his solicitor, out of the piwcds of such
sale the costs in that suit to be taxed, and also the
amount so foend due as aforesaid, together with
legal interest thereon from the date of said decree,
which said decree still remains in full force wholly
And you are also hereby further notified that the
several (tracts of land alsjve dcscrilwl have been
attached in this the above entitled action as the
property of said John II. Day, under ami by virtue
of a certain order of attachment heretofore issued ia
said action and directed to the Sheriff of said county
to execute, who made such attachment by virtue
Dated this 2.".th day of October, 1S70.
CL0UU1I A WHEAT,
oct25-lw Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Uw asset wraMrfil tfcm ilnl.il tnm the
Mineral wsrid, mi wlwhm isst my trngn ilii
klrTnrlawiiilliliitthrtsM?relheMb. sfaraesa Intra ml Wr ! Iks power oftba
other. The rotatk aagsseats the activity r tha
Saisaparilla.sskttUs la Its tm alls snaawij
tolaeTlrtaeactaeFMa. Tiailai. Is 111 i.
Mnatioaef Etward Water's fanaaarina ami rm
ah, they tnauaitate the as JW0W JWiW
MraBiOmttilmHimal JUnwHit im meA. Kadis
cascoraBectioa which irf mi ion faaaarltyef the
likatcaa reaM ito acakm. Sack Is the eaaMenee
ia Itlhsiaeawai ji mini fatarary caw where
llwdlrectloaisrefcDowed, laaayof the fcuowiag
difcasea: ScrofuU in aH 1U aiiltirsliauai ,
Chronic KhMiwulkai, CaviaMi Aakttieaa, Byaa
Uis or Taaereal DiaMse, guufcluas Sara Eyes,
Glandular SwelliBc of tha Keek r elstwhera.
Tetter, Weepbw'Sota U. Oleesf ararery kind,
Pimpleaon the Face, Baajwarai, Scald Bmd, Fail
ing of the Hair or ABopecia, WhHe SwdUnf , Ague
Cake, Chronic Erysipebs, Dropsy, Ac Thai med
icine has aflected the asoat woaderM cans. 6a
iuchso, that bow the aaeis earfaeat aeysieiuu in
the world are aresertbiaB It in their daily practice.
They know lu worth. How Is the season of the
year when your system requires an alteative med
icine. Then get this at
There is no aaeh medlchM fcr the assesses for
which it Is rcconsseaded as Edward Wilder' s Stom
ach Bitten. It is positively asserted that they are
altogether unequalled. They are absolutely infal
lible, if usedaccordiagtodiiectioaa, la Dysprpris,
Indigestion, Iatsnnltteat Ferer, Liver Complaint,
Colic, and Flos. They are a tonic. They are em
inently an alteratlre. -They are superior to all
other medicines as aa sppetiser. They invigorate
the enfeebled stomach, and Ttvlre the overwrought
system. They add aew power to the weakened
heart, and sustain the overtaxed brain. Besides
being superior to, they are aalike, all other Bitters,
in having for their base pare eopper-dhtllled Bour
bon whiskey. This tact alone has given them a
character in the city where they are made, and
must commend them to the lovers of the good and
the genuine everywhere. To the anxious mother
weighed down with family cares, to the merchant,
exhausted by the harrass of business, to the dys
Ietic, to him who suSers from constipation, to the
victim ofllux or colic or debility, these Bitters ofter
speedy and never foiling relief. Try them. If
you take them once, you will neTer after be without
them in your house.
By a process recently discovered, I hare been able
to obtain from the bark of the Wild Cherry (tech
nically the Primus Virginlanl) an extract which has
lieen pronounced by the Pharmaceutical Society of
London and Berlin to pojsxsj more of the virtues of
this invaluable tree than any other ever presented
tolbem. One single teaspoon! of Edward Wil
der s Compound Extract of Wild Cherry contains
more of the active principle of the Wild Cherry
than any other preparation contains in
a wine glass full. To this extract is
added other ingredients derived from the
vegetable kingdom, which give an emeiency, activ
ity, and power to this remedy which justly entitle
it to lie called the Destroyer of Coughs, Colds, Ca
tarrhs, Lsrangitis, Asthma, Influenza, and Croup.
Not one of these affections ran withstand it. They
yield instantly to its magic power. Besides these
diseases, it is invaluable in Pneumonia and Pleu
risy, in Bronchitis, acute and chronic, it is un
failing, and in the cough of Consumption it affords
a relief which no oilier remedy is capable of doing.
In its composition are summed up all the ingredi
ents necessary to effect a permanent cure, which ia
every case is warranted if used according to direc
Have you for years been suffering with Ague and
Fever or Chills and Fever, which so rack the sys
tem T If so, go at once and get a bottle of Edward
Wilder's Chill Tonic, as it is boldly asserted that,
in Its line, and for the diseases for which it is re
commended, there is no medicine known that will
at all compare with it.
It is a certain, a speedy, a permanent cure for
etery divase arising from miasma or malaria. No
firm of Intermittent or Remittent Fever can resist
it. Quotidian, Tertian, Quartian, and Twenty
one day Chills are obliged to yield to It. It i the
conuercr of every species of Marsh or Swamp
Fecr. It is the complete master of Brow Acne.
Periodical Headache, Intermittent Neuralgia,
SplcnalgU ijr Tain In the Side, and of every variety
ami modification of Intermittent and Bilious Fever.
Nor des this medicine resemble any other of the
thousand compounds advertised for these affections.
It is the pure distillation from the most costly vari
eties of the Cinchona bark, and is in itself a phar
maceutical triumph, a therapeutical wonder. It at
mce checks the Chills and restores the blood to its
proper consistency, thereby eradicating all traces ol
this most baneful disease from the system. Where
ever these diseases exist this medicine should al
ways 1 kept in every household, as a cure is al
Are yon suffering from costivenem or in need ol
rills are a vegetable tonic and invigorant of uncom
mon excellence. For constipation and biliousness
they are a certain remedy. By their action they
both revive and refresh the overloaded system. Nor
is this all. There is nothing in their composition
which is not vegetable. They are potent for good
among the strong and robust. They are the one
aperient or laxative needed by the delicate and
weakly. The liver, the great secretive gland of the
Inly, determines both the pnrity of the blood and
the condition of the bowels. These pills contain
herbs, gums, roots, and barks, every one of which
is celebrated as an antibitions remedy, and which,
if there he a single ascertained tact la medicine,
constitute the most genial and perfectly satisfactory
purgative yet discovered. They do not rasp and
injure. They clean oat the depraved and vitiated
secretions of the alimentary canal. They stimulate
and persuade the liver. They tone the stomach,
ami through it the brain and serves. They do not
irritate they restore. In all the Phlegmasia
Rheumatism, Erysipelas, Vertigo, Dizziness, In
flammation of the Brain, Liver, Kidneys, and
Bladder, and in .every other affection in which a
Purgative is desirable, these pills are beyond all
pcradvenlure a true panacea. Hence use none
other, as they can do you no barm, and their effects
are invtrtablr Icnearial.
Thousands of children die annually of worms. A
true vermicide or worm-killer has long been a de
sideratum in medicine. Edward Wilder' a Mother'
Worm Syrup is the thing needed to secure children
against the insidious evils of the many worms which
inlt tbwr intestinal tract. It la ratable. It is
pleasant. It is salubrious. It la safe. It expels
round worms, thread worms, aad the hags tape
worm. It cannot fail. It clears up the skin. It
sweetens the temper of the little sufferers. It
secures sleep. It brings back the appetite. It re
lieves the tumid belly. Itadvaaees the growth of
the child. It restores the rosea to its cheek. Jt
saves the teeth. It guards it against convulsions,
spasms, and t. Vitus"daace. It is far superior to
all other medicines for expelling worms. Mothers,
sec to it that you give your childrea this truly
EDWAXD WILDE ft 00.,
215JMAiR-sr. Mabuvb Faojrr,
frrass indiseretioa or ether esasssa.
has bsea dnoam to suffer areas disease, soak aa
a remedy for disease beea provided. OarUHsaad
rsjssyssjoaaq wiin roots aaa aerm, suck, IT ad
vsvsiBcnaT aswaaivw ana cswwoaBwea, wia
health ami staar to the -TaJ. To ami
remedy we should seek one that has stood the teat
Sttre Cure fmr Liver CoMple-art.
Bare Care fcr DypcpaU.
Bare Care fcr TJeaility.
Bare Care fcr J aaaaliee.
Bare Care fcr
And all affections arising from weakness or want
of action la the liver or Digestive Organs. The
great remedy for
And all diseases arising from it. The great pre
F15VER A AGUE!
It is an impossibility for any one to have Fever
and Ague, if they will use a few bottles of this rem
edy each spring and fall.
$ioo $ioo ioo
Will be given for any rase of this disease that occurs
to any one that uses the Bitters or Tonic as a pre
ventive. Those who have the Fever and Ague will find af
ter the chills have stopped, that by using a few bot
tles of the Bitten or Tonic, that the disease wiU
These remedies will rebuild their Constitutions
taster than any known remedy.
These remedies were placed before the public
thirty years ago. with all the prejudice of so-called
"patent medicine' operating against them, but
gradually their virtues became known, and now to
day, they stand at tho head of all preparations o(
their class, with the indorsement of eminent judges,
lawyers, clergymen and physicians.
Read the following symptoms, and if you find that
your system is affected by any of them, you mar
rest assured that disease has commenced its attack
on the most important organs of your body, and un
less soon checked by the use of powerful remedies,
a a miserable life, soon terminating in death, will
be the result.
Constipation, Fiatulenes, Inward Tiles, Fullness of
Wood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fullness or Weight in
tne stomach, Jvur
Eructations, Sinking or
Fluttering at the Pit of the Stom
ach, Smimming of the Head, Hurried or
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart Chok
ing or suBicatlng Sensations when in a Ly
ing Posture, Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs before the
Sight, Dull Pain in
the Head, Deficiency of Per
spiration, Yellowness of the Skin
WA Pr TSafn in !.. C..l n.k II t
.in .;! a 4uu aiuc, , vii-l,
Limbs, etc.. Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the
Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great De
pression of Spirits all indicate disease of the Liver
or digestive organs, combined with impure blood
Hoolland's German Bitter
Are entirely vegetable, and contain no liquor. It Is
a compound of Fluid Extracts. The Boots Herbs
ami Barks from which these extracts are made, are
gathered in Germany ; all the medicinal virtues are
extracted from them by a scientific chemist. These
extracts are then forwarded to this country to be
used expressly lor the manufacture of this Bitters.
There Is no alcoholic substance of any kind rued In
compounding the Bitters; hence it is free from all
the objections incident to the use of a liquor prepa
ration. Hoolland's German Tonic
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bitters
with pure Santa Cruz Rum, Orange, Ac. It is nsed
for the same diseases as the bitten, in cases where
some pure alcoholic stimulus Is required.
Like the following was never before offered in be
half of any medicinal preparation:
HOW. GEO. W. WOODWAJtD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, March Iff, 1S67.
"I find Hoottand's German Bitters is a good tonic,
useful in diseases of the digestive organs, and ol
great benefit in rases of debility, and want of ner
vous action in l lie system. ours trulv,
GEO. W. WOODWARD."
HON. JAKES THOHPSOV,
Juticeof the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
rmLADKLrrm, April 26, 18C6.
"I consider 'Hoofland's German Bitters' inln
able raeilicine in case of attacks of Indigestion or
i'yspepia. i can cenuy mis irom my experience
of it. Youn, with respect,
HON. GEO. SHARSWOOD,
Justice of the Suprrme Court of Pennsylvania.
PiiiLADELrniA, June 1, 1863.
I have found by experience that "Hoolland's
fSerman Belters" 1 a verr good tonic, relieving
dyspeptic symptoms almost directlv.
HON. WK. F. KOGERS,
Mayor of the at v of Buffalo, N. Y. )
Ma tor's Ornc-K Bcffalo, June 22, ISO.
have ud "Hoofland's German Bitten and
Tonic in my family during the ast vear, and can
recotumend them aa an excellent tonic, imparting
tone and vigor to the system. Their use has been
productive of decidedly beneficial effects.
W.M. F. ROGERS.
HON. JAKES K. WOOD.
Ex-Mayor of Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
I take great pleasure in recommending ' 'Hoof
land's German Tonic" to any one who may t af
flicted with ily.pepnia. I had the dysiepsia so
badly It was imfiossil.le to keep sny food on my
stomach, and I lva:ne w weak as not to be abl. to
walk half a mile. Two Ixittle of Tonic effect'.d a
perfect cure. JAM la M. WOOD.
JOSH BTTTEBaUXKI. ESQ.,
Law Partner of Judge May nanl, Willlamsnor., Ta.
This is to certify that I have ncd "Hocaand's
German Bitters for dyspepsia, and found an inval
Hoofland's German Remedies are eounterleited
See that the signature of C M. Jacxmos is on th
wrapper of each bottle. All others are reuntersrit.
Principal Office aad manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, So. 631 Arch street, Philadelphia,
CHAN. M. EVAXS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A OT.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle fl 09
do do do per half dosea $5 09
do do Tonic, put np in quart bot
tles, tl.W per bottle, or a half dozen for 7 S.
Wo not forget to examine well the article joa
aay( ia order to get the genuine.
Fr Sale fcj an
ad stealers ia Medidae ETorywaere.
nCKM- CO.. the Ctlateat CtotUars
sfM, asMaat, M., aanownce the introduetloa ot a
OIXCUKG OlsOTBD-fO IT LETTEB,
To which they' call Tora SreriAt. Attestio.
They if requested will send yea their improved and
accurate Rules for Sr.Lr-MrisrREJiE.xT. ami a
full Uaa of samples from their Imwexse stock ef
Cloths, Cassimeres, Cuatiags, Ac, Ac, thnsen-
aMias; parties in any part or the country to order
their clothing direct from them, with the certainty
f receiving garments of the very Latest Stti.e
and most PEttpfXT Fit attainable.
Goods ordered will he sent by express, to r paid
for oa delivery, providing that if they oo sot fit,
they can be returned at Tancra Exncrs
As is well known through the South and West
Iber have for Focbtkex Tears Excelled in all
depaitaseats of their business, which is a guarantee
aaioinecnaractea or toe Uoods tney won serra
Reus roa Hklf-Meascbk-IEXT. Samples of
irooas, iBBBtratea Circular arm fnee last sent r rke
oa appucaliea. TICHOa. CO..
Manufacturers and Dealers in Mens' aad Boys'
nothing and Furnishing Goods, either Ready
auna or ataoe to uruer. cvji ana wu n.
Foiirth-M.. St Louis. M.
P. 8. Purshases gratuitously made of At
kisds foranvoiour mends mat may desire ar
ticles bought for them ia the city. oct24wl7
Dr. Smith's Electric Oil.
TT CURES SICK HEADACHE
JL aUaules, Deafness, Salt Rheum,
Erysipelas, Piles, Croup, Neuralgia, Cankers, Fel
ons, Bams, uuls, Ac., Twenty drops tne
largntdose. No alcohol, Capsicum, Camphor, or
water in it.
From the Largest Drug House in Boston.)
We have sold a large iiuantitr of DR. SMITH'S
"Electric Oil." which is spoken of with uniiali-
ned praise, tiood retiorts fnim every laittle.
WEEKS A POTTER,
Wholesale Druggists, lot Washington-st. , lltin
Thousands of Dollars are lost in time by fanners
and nusiness men, wnen a tew dimes cxienlel tor
the proper remedy at the right time, would have
saved all pain and trouble. Pain is but a friendly
adnealtlOS. and nature warns us in time. .Suae
men are skeptienl and selfish, olhen hopeful and
eenerous. none have the right to disrecard the suf
fering child or ths poor or ignorant. The rich can
travel 1000 miles and pay SI, MM fees, cure or no
cure, arms wmai oi ue roor
When on earth, Christ invariably commended
every cootl work : tne act ol the t,oud Samaritan.
and sll useful and efficient labor for man's amel
ioration, and He devoted HiseverT waklaglionr
to unselBsa eoorts uo time lor malignant fault
finding ami petty, jealousy.
In that spirit should every one welcome a real
benefaction, like D tULUTiA It. Smith's "Elec
tric Oil." of Philadelphia, a remedial so unlike
any other known, as to attract the in-tant notice of
medical men and an suncren.
The great cures daily made are not mlracu
latU, and yet seem like enchantment. Consider
able sums have lieen offered for the preparation
aad some dealers sell aa high as 100 to 2UU bottles in
a single day.
ThisEectrlc OU is just what it purports to
ha. No deception no minower may W trie-1 on
the SBOt- Dr. Smith frequently cures men and
women, Docton and Drusisfi, Ministers and J.tv
yersof deathly Sick Headache, within 20 minntes,
in the Drugstores, when color soon appmraon tli-
paiiid cnees, me eye negin.sto iinsmen up, ami
cheerfulness takes the place of abject misery.
It is true that Dr. Smith advertises very largely
yet, even Hal by no tntnm alone accounts for such
rapid ami continuous demand. The oil cures,
which the people find out. Stromcs A Armstrum.,
of Cleveland sold 193 lutties in one day. Wkfks A
Potter, the eminent DrusKiM or llotnii, soM 430
In a day. Geo. Weimeb, of Akron, O., r dozen,
and othen in proportion.
From the largest Drug Ilousn West of St. lmi.
St. Jcisr.rn, March 2.
Da. Smith Ilease s!nd us rat dozen small and 20
dozen large size of your "Electric Oil." It Ins
made a number of cure here and sites goml satis
faction HARDY A CO.
It cures and that is why it sells.
PRnvmESCK, May 'in.
Dr. Smith Dear Sir: We are entirely out of
Dollar size of your "Electric Oil." Not a "ingle
bottle in the store. Send five gross large and ten
gross small. We are having large sals.
Yours truly, J. B.M.CH A SON.
Doctors are Using it.
Fredonm, Oct. , 1V8.
I have used Dr. Smith's Electric Oil, and find it
is the best medicine I ever used for deafness.
Geo. L. Whiti-orii, M. D.
(Everybody knows IIarcourt.
Agent for Peoples
Line of Steamen for V years.)
White Swelling Cured.
Ai.nASV, De.-eiiilr. 7.
Da. Smith. Philadelphia Dear Sir: Your Elec
tric Oil enrol my son, who was for two years under
the care of an eminent phvsieian, snd'eiveii up a
cripple for life Mgnvl, " J. W. IIARCOl'RT.
fiALVEsros, Texas, MirchST.
Dr. Smith: Ynr Electric oil is celling well.
The Ilollar siie sells best here. S-md me :!! dozen
of each size. Yours truly,
N. I. LAKADIi:.
Cs0. A. KDIV,
AND lir.AI.I.K IN
Faints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent
Medicines, Mannfactnrer and
EDDY'S STJR1C GURTu
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(OLE AC.K3T I OR
LK4VEXWOBTII, K A.V.HAN.
B 31 Deliiwarorst.
CclUXTT rLERK'sOmrK. )
LXAVKSWuttTII, Ks., Oct, -.--M, 137U. (
QiEALED PROPOSALS WIU, BE KIXEIVKD
O at this office until 12 o" clock in.,
Monday, Norember 7th, 1870,
For Ihc building of Bridges on the Murphey mad,
and over Nine Mile Creek on the Fall l-eaf Ixul
near Keno, in accordance with plans and sivcitica
tionsofD. N. Barnes, Engineer.
Each bid roust lie accompanied with a Wind with
good and sufficient sureties in tho sum of $"-un,
conditioned that it the work lie awarded, a con
tract in accordance therewith will he signed and
completed wilbinten days thereafter.
The Board of County Commissioners reserve the
right to reject any and all bids.
By CWAai.rs CfRaira. Deputy. -t?2d.wld
GREAT BARC. AI.V
FIR SALE IS LYON COUNTY, XEAK Ell
POKIA, 1(9 acres excellent land, improved
stone house, 12 rooms best houy; in South
ern Kansas staMing for 100 horses, stone eorrall,
large unfailing spring for stock, good well, a mot
desirable home, everything prepared to hand for
living comfortably, and makins money. AH for
the small price of i-"i,Stn half, or less than half
what the improvements cost. Ari.lv to A. A.
HIGENBOTHAM, heal Estate Agent, No. 9. IM
aware street, Leavenworth. 1201A w
STATE OF KANSAS, 1
Leavenworth County. M
In Justices Court, before Kichard R. Ree-., a Jus
ticeof the Peaceof Leavenworth Township, Leav
enworth County, and State of Kansas.
Joseph Hirrop, Plaintiff,-)
H. Leimke, Defendant. )
THE ABOVE NAMED II. LEIMKE WILL
take notice that he was sued in the above named
Court on Monday, the 17th day of October, A. D.
1870, and an order of attachment issued for the sum
of one hundred and twenty-two 20-100 dollars, by
the said Kichard R. Bees, J. P., and that the
cause will be beard on the 23d day of November,
A. It. 1870, at lu o'clock in the forenoon.
By G. W. English, his Alt' y.
Koper Calorie Engine four (4) bone power nearly
new. Apply at this office,,
TJKEMIUM JOB WORK AT THE TIMES. Ca.i
aad tee sample.
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'Re-CA MCaVUzW aMw?glani.
,4. JiT! i- rrr-
A Republican County Convention will be held in
the City of Leavenworth oa October ZKb. at 12 m.
ia Turner Hall, for the nomination of the following
County Sheriff1, Attorney, Probate Judge, Dis
trict Clerk, Superintendent of Public Instruction
and three Senators.
The primary meetings will be herl at the foUow
i'ng places for the election of delegates and alter
nates: On the 'JTIh day of October, 1S70, in tho
Town,hipat2p. ,m., awl in the Ward at 7 p. m.
(oils to be open two hours at least.
First Ward AlChris.'stailr's.
Second 'Ward At Harmony IlaH.
.Third Ward At LatU's Building.
Fourth Ward At Turner's Hall.
. Kiekapoo Township At Cmlv's Precinct.
t telawareTejrnfhry-At ccr,hoei;H.Hist..
' Easton Tuwruhip At Eupp's mill.-
Alexandria Township At Springdale.
Stranger Township At Joeph Dodge's.
Tonganoxie TownjBTptHjeSniool ltu.usr.Hi
Tongaiioxie: " --;-'- '- '-
High PraineTownship u mi rlc School l'lou.e.
Reno Township At Reno,
Sherman Township At Jewell's.
Fairmount Towiishirtr'.Vt.towne'schooI House.
The followlngJare1-tn'd3 number of delegates to
'Which each Tow nlrffiI Ward is'eatitlr d r
First Ward, 7; Sceowt-Ward, 4; Third Wanl. 5;
fourth Wanl, 7; Kickapio, 2,'Easton, -'; 'High
Prairie, 2; stranger,, .Fa'uraounl, I; Sherman,
I ; Reno, l Tonanoxic, 'J; Alexandria, 'Dela
ware, 2. " 'r"
It is recommended by the Central Committee that
each primary meeting elect a Ontrat Committee for
I be. ensuing year, and that.thfOiinvcnliouchea
Central County Committee of at least one from each
Ward and Township. -
It is also recommended, thai the primary niectiig
hominate candidates for mriilcrs of the LcguL;
lurr, where the Representative District iscumpned
of aoe.Titwnshtp, al"thata)iirUts !coiupid:ot
morc'tlian c-fie'Titw'iishipisecestflprpwu tliilu an 1
mod of nominating. '
It is also reeoiiimend.il lint the voting Is? ripi
recc and that no proxies lie admitted.
JOHN SC1IOTT, Chairman.
tl. W. II. MrRE, Secretary.
Tlierc will le mass meetings held at the follow
ing time-, and places, at which there will ItoprjL
In Leairnworth City, OcloU-rilith, at 7 o'cl-s t,
At Kickai, Monday, IM'-V-rSlst, at 2oM-.k
At Katn at 7 o ! k, I. M., same day.
At Sprin'jlale, NovemN-r lt, at 7oc!k, 1".
M., atthcSe'icsd Hiiiim'.
At Tc'iig-inoxic, Kline day and tim-.
At.lutu li..n Si hod lb.ll-4'. Kiekjpiea 'loifllOlip,
Nocemlr 2d. at 7ocl.i.V, P.M.
At Ren... Noml:r 2d, at7'.k, I'. M.,
At heniian Town.liip, Nove!id-r :M, at ci.tii
At Fairmont, Novemlier lib, at 7 - k I. M.
At Spear's School I!.mi, in IMawarc- r..wn!ii-,
on Noreiiilsrr."ith, at7oc!HL, I. M.
At Huh Preirie Srlwil l"..iis, on Noiemlt'r Slh.
at 7 o'cnk, P. 31.
At tlarli.ir Schuol Hon, in Mraoger Town
ship, on M.ind iv, Nnvi mlrr 71li, al 7il' L I".
JyiC'll'',!imitt-s.lD,re.ll,e.l to link. fill ll.Ves-
siry arrans'iiv'ii for the nurlingsat ih-'forrgoiiu
times.iiid place?. JOllS N'llori",
;. W. II. M'mikk, t'h linn in.
Invi-wof lb." appnko hn; il.-ti.-u of l"...nilv
ogicers, I rt'ifirTIriiHH.iiii.." imM.ir?. .indi
date for llieolliec. of iMi'ruileiL.iii ..( IVMiln-
strmli'.ii, and --ditit.-.a HerMit .r tl I.l"r..t
l.-a4Miwrlh i.imty;atair mid iiiii.Ider.itei.ui
lasMof iiy pialilicJitioiisaii'l lillicj" fir tlirolTin;.
J. A. BUCkUAX.
Tin- K pul.li.-an-. t.f Stranger and Ti.iijm"Mi'
Townshii" tale pl.-anrein ann..n.iii ! the pol
lietlnt Newton Minn, of ronganvn. will I .
candidate f..r the.iHi-"of Suriiilent 'f I'lildir In
striieti.'ii of l'icuwotl'i ..iini Mil.j.tt ! tli
action of the RepllbllClll ColUellli.-ll " I l.-ld ll
the 23th inst. MANY VoIT.i:.-.
'oI. Wm. A. Fliilli..
Uox. James .11. Ilar.fj
IIn. I. S. KttllfM-li.
IIwii. Sttm'l J. Cntnlortl.
IlaH. I. 1. Kldcr.
Hon. J. IC. lliiyc..
tin' Jioiiplc f K:m-
time ami iil.tn
foniirilOrove. Thur.jy, t. 2Tt!i, at 7 p m.
nurlin,ani. Friday, Ikt. 2Mb. at . p.
l.twrenee, Salur.liy. O-t. 2tMh, at 7 p. .
arnctt. Monday, M. ."l-t. at . p. lit.
Olathe. TiK-wlar, Nr. I. al 7 p. pi.
Paula. V.Mlnr-fcir. Jur. 2d. at p. m.
M..iiii. tlly. Thurvlay, Nov. rtl. al . p. m.
I'nrt Sc"ll,"Fridiy. Nov. lib, at 7 p. in.
Republicans in pla. e4 nam.-l uilt mat.. afi.i.i
meiits f..r Hall. A.
I.'i.r. Harvey and .'I. Phillips haw-civ. n ti'ir
anis" that t!ier"!H allend tlii-e ini-tnis, tlt. ..lit
ers will attend part of thni.
I!y onlcr of the IU-pnl.li.an SLt Vmral I'oi'i
mitiee. I. R. ANTHONY,
J ! on Stutlfr, S-cretarr.
Jlen. T lwicHl Thsivlicr.
Hon. IK .1. I!rcwr.
linn. II. I. Mrw'arfy.
Ami ntlicrs, will wMtivs tlic e.s)i.!i- nf llic
State at the time anil iilacis iiaiiml ls.-liiw-:
Winthe.ter, Tui-slar, Novenils-rl-t,
ravhopp.r Falls, U'e.ln.'s.Iay, Niv.
IKaukee. Th.irs.lay, Nov, TA. at 7 p.
IVrrv, Friday, Nov. lib, at 7 p. m.
OsL.ib.isa, Satunlay, Nov. .'.th, at 2.1
RepuMi.ins in tIaies tiamnl will n
al 7 p. in .
2d, at 7 p. in.
nd 7 p. m.
inent for Hal', Ae.
. Bv onlcr of the Republh-an Mate IVnlnl I'om-mitie.-.
I. K. .STIH"Y,
J i on Sron.KK, Secretary.
STATE OF KANSAS, ,
Lkavk worth Cnirr.NY, f
In the Histrict Court of the Kir.) Judicial Iilll.l
of the State of Kans.,... vittm- in tlie ('..iinir i.f
liSivenworth, in said State.
Charles II. Pond, Plaintiff,
Otto If. Vlergutz, S.pbia
VicrsutZ, The Hazard Pow- No. int.
der Company, laicien Scolt
and l.yiuan Sott, llcfrnd
snts. YOC, THE HAZARD POWDER COMPANY
al.tve iianicl are liendir notilosl that i.m, t.
gctherwith the other def.'ii.fantsaUive named, have
l.'ensuisl by the slmve namml plaintiir, Charles II.
Pond, in tliealiotc iiirntl'.n.-l Court, and 1'iat s-iid
plaintiff has in said t'oiirt fil.-l hi. tili.m in tbt
alioveentillcl action again?! you ami Hie oilier de
fendants almve named, and that von must answer
said petition on or before tlie ninth day of Ivei-in-tsfr
A. D. ls7n, or said iietition will be talnn as
true, and judtrment ren.lere.1 ac-c.nllnzlv, of the
following nature, to-wit: That unless the drf. .
ants in said action .r some of them, .haltpavnr
cause to l- pai.1 to said plaintiff, within xnue .l'i..rt
lime, to lie fixed by the ourf, tlie amount whirl,
shall be found due to said plaintiff from Otto II.
Ylertjutz, on that certain promissory inile. dati-.! of
the 20th day of Sri.temt.-r, lsfi7," by which said
Otto If, Vienrutz promised to jay in two
years after the date thcrtof, to "the order
of Albert Cooper and Charles II. Pond,
corapriaing the firm of Cooper A Pond,
ten thousand dollars with interejt thereon at
the rate of seven i- cent.r annum from this date
thereof until paid, and in and by which note, said
Otto II. Vierzutz waived the I-nfit of every act of
the IsisUttireof the State of Kinsas. which une- .
vldesfrir, or allows redemetion of real elate from
any sale thereof, which mile was by said C.r and
IVjnd Indorsfl, and delivered tosald plaintiff be for
the same became ilue, then the following docrilieil
tract of land situate. It in; and bring jn the county
of Isavenworth and State of Kansa., namely: ly.i
numbere-1 twenty-two fxfl, in Id.iek nu'nil-r.-.
twenty-two (22), in the City of Ij-avenworth pror,
which said Otto II. Viergutz and Sphia Virrc'itis,
his wife, on the nth day of August, A. D-. I"''.s.
niortgagel ainl by mortgage deed c.nvevetl to said
Albert Cooper arel Charles II. Pond to 'sriiire th"
payment of said note, l i-.ld without redemption
therefrom by the sheriff of said county, and that il.e
pnsveeils arising from such ..ale thereof, l applied
totheyment of the cots said action and tli
amount due said ilailitiff on raid note, with
interest on such amount at the rale of ttn r
cent per annum from the time f the rendition of
such judgment, and that thedi fcnUnl in said ac
tion anileacb of them and all jervini claiming un
ler, bv, or through said deft ndants, or any of
them, lie forever barre.) and forvelosed of aiel frotn
all and any right and eipiitv cf redemption and
other right whatever, of, on. in or to said trart of
land from and after such sale thereof, and thst voi
and they, and each of them, and all persons claim
ing trom or under you and them, "r you
or them, or any or either of them
be ordered, required and adjudge,! to de
deliver possestfiion of said tract of land to the grantee
or grantees in every deed jnadein pursuance of uch
sale so soon as demand therefor shall I? made.
Dated this 2."ttb day of October, A. D., l"7u.
ol2i-lw Attorneys for plaintiff.
EVERY ONE Ills OWN DOCTOIL
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thing concerning the physii.I.ry and relations t.f oiir
sexual system, and the production and prevention
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teresting work. It is written in plain langinge for
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pediment tu inarrie'l life, should read thisliouk. It
discloses secrets that every oneshould lie acquainted
with; still it is a book that must be locked up and
not lie alwut the house. It will ! sent to anv a.1
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