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sssaraserwrra 'rwagjrg- zrtnv. -m xtarrjdu sai. s jsr v ft .13111.9 VJO i i " Z Will twits THUBSDkYy'- NOVEMBER 24, 1870. "We lArtihrDfceyd'-:Kitot;Agtncy J at St. Louis, that A. mil, Aaavraiwunn, lias been granted a patent for a railroad rail joint, andrftAG: J. IngaUs, of Atchison, a patent fo a aclr artgnr. The safe recently placed in the City Treas urer's office has a bad history.. ..It was origi nally owned by Edwards & Thomas, the Faohv bankers, who had -5120,000 on deposit on a $400 capital, and were a short time ago .sent to the State prison for two years 'for obtain-1 ing money under iaLse pretences. The safe was sold at assignee's sole, the City of Leav enworth being the purchaser. It was placed in the Treasurer's office, and the first deposit made in it was the money taken off the sup posed murderer, Keddleb, by Deputy Sheriff Palmer. The following cheering intelligence in re gard to one of our most important railroad lines is copied from the Chicago Journal: The bridge of the Chicago& Southwestern,, across the Iks Moines river, twelve or four teen miles southwest of Fairfield, is com pleted, and the track is laid 'to within a mile of the bridge. The road will be completed to Centervillc Amnnoose county. by the mid dle of January, at which time the people of that place will have SIW.UW to payt ine company. . "We received a call yesterday from Deputy Sheriff T. "Wiley, of Abilene, who brought down four prisoners for the Peniten tiary. The following arc their names and terms of sentence: David Henderson, assault with intent to kill, three years; Andrew Jackson, same charge, fire years; Clonic Jack, same charge, two years; Warren How ell, murder in the second degree, fifteen years. Ibis swells the number of htatc convicts to 203. They have a few more hard cases up there who will come to trial at the next term of court, and who will probably have htriped clothes on soon afterward. Mr. Wiley in forms us that the murderers of Marshal Smith have procured a change, of venue to Riley county, and are now in jail at Manhat tan. lr.Btvenae IMhtrJets. In accordance with instructions from the Commissioner of Internal Revenue of date November.ll, 1870, the following reorgan isation of assessment divisions in the i)is triss of Kansas will be iVi force on and after Xoveniber21st,lS70, to-wit: Division .No. l. To comprise the counties of Wyandotte, Leavcuworth and that part of Jefferson ,county north of the parallel between j towns nine and ten. C. H. Robinson, Assistant Assessor, Leavenworth city. , . Diviion No. ,,2. The counties of Atchi son, Doniphan, Brown, Neniaha, Mar shall, Washington and Itepublic. John K. Fisher, AssLtant Assessor, Atchison, Kansas, r Division ,No. 3. The counties of John son, Miami, Anderson. Franklin, Douglas, and that part of Jefferson county south of parallel between towns nine and ten. P. lilcason,; Assistant Asses-or, Lawrence, Kansas. , Division tXo. 4. The counties of Linn, Bourbon, Crawford, Cherokee, Labette, Neo sho, and Allen. S. A. Manlove, Atotant Assessor, Fort Scott. Division No. 5 The counties of Coffey, Woodson, .Wilson, Montgomery, Howard, Greenwood, Butler, Cowley, Simmer, Sedg wick, and all counties west, Harrison Kel ler. Assistant Aksestor, Ottumwa, Katvas. "Division Xo. C. The counties of Shaw nee, Jackson, Pottowatomic, Wabaunsee, Oope, Lyon and Clia.se. Thus. M. James, Assistant Assessor, Toeka, Kansas. Divixion No. 7. The counties of Riley, Clay, Davis, Morris, Dickinson, Marion, Saline, Mcpherson, Ottawa, Cloud, Mitchell, Lincoln, JSllairortli, and all the country west of the counties named. J. II. Gilpatrick, AssistantiAsscssor, Junction City. Klerllon Xofea. TheoflicialcountshowsthatalJeppblican has been elected to the niinois Legislature from Jo Daviess County by one majority. A Boston paper asserts that WendellPiiil lips did not vote at the late election. For the candidate of two parties for Governor this is a bad showing. Guuilla Urso, the violinist, has been seriously ill, and will be unable to appear in public the present season. She has lecn liv ing at a seaport town of France, but will cnd the winter in London. The Boston Cmnmontrmlth says the two women, who distributed ballots in one of the wards in that city, on Tuesday, did it mod estly and effectively, and that their presence was' pleasing to the politicians generally. Complete official returns from the Fifth Congressional Dibtrict of Kentucky, -give James Speed, Republican, 4,732, and Boyd Winchester, Democrat, 7,152. The district includes Louisville, When the result of the election .was an nounced in Lancaster, Garrard Connty, Ky., the Republicans began cheering, which so in censed soaae of the Democrats, that they made art attack upon them. Resultsix Democrats wounded, one mortally. A Tennessee paper declares that one of the Democratic UoncrcsMncn elected Ironi that State, '"wouldn't paas for a first-class idiot." This is good news. Xo true patriot could wish that any member of Congress, whatever his politics, should pass for a first class idiot. The Baltimore American says that at the election in Maryland the colored voters stood br tKeir principles manfullv through out the State, neither threats nor bribes in ducing them to sell their suffrages or waver in their allegiance to the maintenance of the doctrine of 'equal right- to all men." The majority for James H. Piatt, Re publican, Jn the Second Congressional Dis trict of Virginia, is about 4,700. The icsult in the First District is not definitely as certained. Incomplete returns (thirteen counties to be heard from) give Critcher, DemoeratSjJI; .Norton, colored .Republi can, 2,542: Douglas, vrhitcilepublican, 1.537 The Knoxville Chronicle says that Hon. William H. Wiscner made a better canvass for Governor of Tennessee than his mot san guine friends expected; that he took the race against greater odds than anv man in the State ever took a race, and in the face of ev ery obstacc' entered the can vxss, and succeed-J ea in cringing inc uemocrauc majority lar below what they anticipated. The Nashville i&mncrTcportsthat Thos. H. Reeves, of Jonesboro, ran against John Rodgcrs,-) Republican, for Congressman for for the State at large ftom Tennessee, upon the strength of a resolution adopted bvthe State Legislature, March 12, 186S, and which has never -been repealed, providing for the election of ouch a member. Under this res olution, Gen. Bodgers was elected to Con gress in 1868. ,-- The- 'Massachusetts labor reformers threw overboard their first candidate for Lieutenant Governor because he- had accepted the Democratic aoeiiaauoB,' and put Judge Henry W. Bishop in his place. But Judge Bishop, who is a Democrat.- was the regular Democratic candidate for Councilor in the Eighth District, and thelabor reformers actu ally had a candidate for that office in the field against aim!' They voted or him for Lieutenant Governor andex-oScio President of the Council but would not vote for him to be a raoainerot mat council. Hon. John F. Driers has published a card in Michigan papers, thanking " those true friends all. over the Sixth Congressional District, who have remained firm to their principles and vasaaken in their confidence in aa mugn;. ue w uuvtiua uiou auu all other persons, that neither the means employed nar the remit obtained can possi bly Bodify exchange hk attachment: to the BepaWiean Barry ao long it shall-be true, to the aateaataef the country and to the prindplaef liberty nnd jatticeapon which itwaafosnwled.- ' fcT, T l Convention. Lndianapolis, Xov. 10. The Governors of Kentucky and Dakota have also ap pointed full delegations to the approaching Immigration Convention. Delegates repre senting the Boards of Trade of Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Louisville, Nashville, St. Paul, Indianapolis, Cincin nateand'ot,herilargc cities wdl be. present. A numbsfjof the leading public men of the uiMaU have signified their intention to be here daring the deliberations of the Conven tion, which promises to be marked in its mavsnsnW'ni oneof ercat ability, and folly aafsnBttS)',aeiiJwith the important qnes-, BOM tavtwUl B3 pmeBMO. TELEGRAPH. K FOREIGN. THE EASIOUf QVERIOJr. BEFLT OF THE! RUSSIAN GOVEMCXEXT TO CABL OBASVltiX'fl LETTER. ' 7 ., rPETEESBUBa, Xov. 18. The WWW special says: The reply of the Russian Government to Earl .Granville's letter was promptly forwarded to London. Russia adopts 'a highly conciliatory tone, but re mains entirely firm in the position already , adopted,. arid refutes, at length, the state ment that themovements of the Pricipalities in the culmination of tha. treaty of Paris is used to her advantage. She appeals to all friendly "powers, to note the fact that .a Congress is impractica ble of the principal European powers, and that Russia expressly disclaims any ,hos. tile mtentioas .or desire to disregard :any provisions of the treaty of Paris, other than those which are generally admitted to be un just and oppressive against her. She would deeply regret interruption ot the lriendly re lations which she has endeavored to culti vate with Great Britain, but she repeats her intention to act upon the previous ootifica- ln regard to the JJlacfc feea. The general "feeling of the people of St. Petersburg is favorable to tliie position of the Government. , . Gortschakoffhad a lone interview yester day with the .Italian Minister and special Envoy from Florence. THE WAR Beaorts from Versailles. REPULSE OF THE FRENCH. Versailles, Xov. 18. The King, to-day, telegraphed to Queen Augusta at Berlin, that the Grand Duke of Mccklinburg, yesterday, repulsed the enemy along the whole line near Dreux. Gen. Treskow, at the same time, captured Dreux. Many prisoners were taken and the enemy pursued m the direction of Lemaus. ' AmeriMs Despatches. PARIS TO E 1SOMBABDED WHEN 21 EAT FAILS. Loxiwx, Xov. 17 A special despatch to the Tribune, from Berlin on the loth, says: A communication from Jules Farre to Gam betta has fallen into Prussian hands, which states that fresh meat in Paris will last until to-day, then there is salt meat enough for a fortnight. Thc.Pnissian authorities make no secret of the lact that the batteries will be com pleted by the 1st of December. Their mu nitions have arrived and everything is ready for bombardment, if necessary, about the time meat fails. I'AJJIS EXPECTED TO FALL WITUIS TWO WEEKS. LoxpoXj Xov. 18. A Herald's telegram, 'dated Berlin, Xovember 17, 10 p. m., says: If the important preparations the Germans are making are successful, Paris is expected to fall within two weeks. GREAT BRITAIN. DIAMONDS. Loxdon, Xov. 19. Wheeler, the cele brated diamond hunter ot the Cape of Good Hope, has arrived. He brings some stones valued at 30,000, and weighing eighty-eight carstk. RUSUEL's PAMPHLET, just issued, has leen suppressed at the sug gestion of hit friends. SPAIN. THE NEW EIKO. Madrid, Nov. 18 A committee consist ing of fiftcccn "members; of the Constituent Cortes, has been appointed to proceed to Florence to present the Spanish crown to the Duke of Aosta. The elevation of Aosta is highly popular throughout the provinces. Xo disorder followed' his proclamation, though the Government had reasons to be lieve that as his candidature was unpopular in certain quarters, there might be demonstra tions f disapproval. The services of the troops has not been necessary anywhere. In all large cities cannon were tired in honor of the event. ' Florence, Xov. 18 The Duke of Aosta arrived yesterday, from Naples, and was met with enthusiastic acclamations of the icople. The President of the Council, the Spaiiieh Minister and other notables, subse quently called upon and congratulated him. CHINA AND JAPAN- LETTER FROM WJL II. SEWARD HIS RE CEPTION. San Francisco, Xov. 18 A letter from Wm. H. Seward, dated Iuland Sea, Oct. 11, says: " Well, and pleasant trip. The Danish Envoy lias succeeded iu negotiating uith'the Government of Japan for the com pletion of telegraphic communication be tween Japan and Europe. A diplomatic rupture occurred between the French Minis ter and the Japanese Government, growing out of the Japanese neutrality proclamation. The French lleet has left Yokohama des tination unknown." Shanghai, Oct. 12 Mr. Seward's arrival here was celebrated by a dinner, at which Admiral Rogers and other leading Ameri cans were present. The Aeirs Letter contains a severe editorial on Minister Low, accusing him of gross neg lect and a wanton disregard of duty in the matter of the Tein-Tsein massacre. San Francisco, Xov. 17. Wm. H. Sew ard's visit to Japan was theevent of the month. lie was the guest of De Long, at Yokohama, and Shepherd at Yeddo. The first interview given to a private individual by the Mikado, was given Seward. The only persons pres ent were De Long and Shepherd, Acting Secretary of the Legation. WASHINGTON. General Hefceack Colorado an a Ntate Mcaator Drake Dinrd by the Presi dent Seaara Kenndlnte Xempasfr Reporters Herrelary I'lnta Interview ed on all Important Controversial loin(N. Washington, Xov. 18. The Suir, this evening, publishes the .substance of a letter from Gen. Schenck to a friend here, saying: He will take no steps toward contesting die scat of his successful competitor, Col. Camp bell, and tliat if it is contested it will be by the Republicans of his district. Gen. McCook, of Colorado, arrived here to-day, to advocate the admkion of that ter ritorvias a State. j. ta i , .. , ?.t .i. t - I seuaior xuKe was cioscicuwhh "-."-Liickcts meni lor mu uours iu-aay, aim u fyl'Jc:ito,l, miiers nlease codv ing. Senator Schurz continued to-day to repu diate all newspaper accounts of his opinions. He says, he rtands by his speeches and his' record in the Missouri cftnpaurn just ended: that when he wishes to state anything for the public ear, he will do so in his place in the Senate, where, he adds, he docs not think he can be made a conspicuous minority of one. In an interview with Secretary Fish, to day, he expressed the opinion that the at tempt of Russia to abrocatc the provisions of the treaty of 1850. regarding the neutrality of the Black Sea, will not necessarily result in war, but that, the present compucauons mar find a solution in a Peace Congress of ll Eiimnean tjowers. Ihis Congren may also attempt to settle the difference between Prussia and France, but the former will re ject all such attempts. In fact, the future condition ot jMiropc is pureij prooirmaiirai, because there are many occult influences to work, which may develop unexpected and acinrushinc results. The existence nf the present government in France. mainly depends on the result of a peace treaty between it and Prussia when it is made. If Favre succeeds without a cession of territory he will be able to maintain himself with the neonle. but if he is compelled to make a ces- raon his administration will be overthrown. The Emireis at an end, and the only Gov ernment that can follow the Republic will be a Kingdom with one of the ijoorbon family atitshcad. '. Our Cuban policy will remain unchanged. Referring to the Revenue Reformers, Fish said he thought they were making glittering promises to do what he 'thinks the people Know ine .-vuuiuusuauoa is aoing now, vit: conducting the Government with economy and honesty: reducing the debt as rapidly as possible, and at the same time relieving the people from taxation. .He declined to give information regard ing the San Lmingo treaty, and drnonaeod Gen.' Bailer's Canadian annexation scheme as a mere pretence ofwar. Our, communications with Fnnce are, .at present, very brief. Minister Jktthemr, is recognised here as the legitimate and only responsible representative of the French Government. Washburn has been used by our Government as a medium of communi cation for important matters, but notwith standing the length of the war, there have been but few subjects of importance requiring us meniiinon. ma recognition oi ine French Republic- was not premature. but in pursuance of orders, his present course is thoroughly in accordance with the wisnes oi ine Auminiwrauon. The A lahaaa Claims most and will be set- tled at the proper time, perhaps very aooa. The main object to the Johnson-Clarendon 77 xniatT waa thai private chant wn inclnnVd in the protocol. The Akbaaaa, Ckia are Iieldby tMtobeof higher iaaportasoa and ofnwreenvedurnity than private cuujbvl bequMe they iavdraiiaaoitaat quibb'om of international Jaw, jrnica, caaaet be settlea By an ordinary conrentioa er nuxad claici coinmianai. sack aa'ia'raammd for the ad 1 V, ..'.. 1 a " j irnrnmi weiaucr. i dncmrATz. A Msvu EsMsslfr atai i Trala The Ca4et4r rfmair WsiBe. . - Cixcixsati, Xov. 18. This afternoon two colored men somewhat intoxicated, got on the down passenger train at Greensborg, Indiana. When the conductor was coming round demanding, tickets, one. of the men manifesteda -disposition' to pray, -with the conductor ana to aeiay mailers ny nanuing him pieces of paper. The patience of the eonductorgave out and he atopped the train and pat both men off by force, though it ap pears that the second party had not partici pated in the delay, and after the bell had rung agreed, according to the statement of a passenger, to pay his fare. This so enraged the second man that he drew a revolver and discharged' it, twice' at the conductor, the ball taking' effect in his hip. They were finally induced, to come on the train, but manifesting a disposition for farther fight the brakeman undertook to knock one of the men down with a stone. This failed and the Utter again discharged his pistol; this time at the brakeman; a though without effect. The two men were' finally arrested and sent back to Greensborg. The conductor was seriously though not dangerously wounded. The Late-EJectlsta ast Arki Little Bock, Ark, Nov. 18. The Be publicant elected fifty-two members to the Lower House, and twenty-one to the Upper. The Democrats elected thirty members to the Lower House, and five to the Upper. Mr. Snyder, the Republican elect from the Sec ond' District, and the whole Republican Legislative ticket, with the exception of six, were elected on the platform laid down in Governor Clayton's October speech, and are pledged to his policy and support. TEKBIBLE TRA6KBT IX POnTTEB COVXTT, IHatlAXA. Horrible Narsler or Charles St. John The JlHrderer Kilts Xiaaseir. From the Indianapolis Journal. Valparaiso, Ixd., Xov. 14. A terrible tragedy was committed last Sat urday evening, about five miles from this city, at the farm house of Mr. Charles St. John,an old and respected resident of this county, who was shot through the head, and almost instantly killed, by a rifle bullet fired through the window by a young man named George Lophcr. The circumstances connected with the murder are substantially as follows: Some time in April last young Lopher took a job of cleaning a piece of land for Mr. St. John, and continued to work for his employer till about two weeks since, when a settlement of their accounts was had, which appears to have been unsatisfactory to young Lopher, who remarked, soon afterward, "that he had a good mind to split the old fellow's head open." On Friday hut the young man went to the house of his uncle, Mr. Rosencranz, living a few miles south of Valparaiso, with whom lie has a younger brother and sister living, and borrowed his uncle's rifle, saying he was going hunting. He remained over night with the family, and in the morning came with thrm to this city. He was seen on the streets several times daring the day, and ap peared to be perfectly sober. Before leaving town he bought a quantity of strychnine at Bryant & Pomeroy's drug store, and secur ing a passage in the wagon of a neighbor, reached the farm of St. John in the early dusk of the evening, having first left his gun at the house of a Mr. Mandlin, about eighty rods distant. He inquired for Mr. St. John, and was told that he was at the barn doing chores. Young Lopher went out to find him, and they both soon afterward returned t in company. The young man seemed to be out of humor, but sat down with the family and took supper. At the conclusion of the meal Lopher inquired of Mr. St. John if he had read the account of the child lately born with two heads. Mr. St. John replied that he had not. The young' man then took out a paper, and throwing it on the table, said gruffly, "you'll find it in there." Mr. St. John drew the lamp to him, opened the pa per and began to read. A little daughter set beside him anxious to hear somcthiug of the .h..u nt.II.1 w!..aI avm. hwl amstVAM vf Lopher then stepped out of the house, and running np to Jlandlin's said, hurriedly, be wanted his gun. He was told where he would find it. As soon as he had gained iosession of his rifle he started out, and a few moments afterward the neighbors residing in the vicinity were startled with the report of the gun, followed soon afterward with the Fcreams of Mrs. St. John and the family. It appears that the assassin had shot the man through the window, the ball enter ing the left temple, carrying away both eyes, and mangling him in a most horrible man ner. The alarm was sqeediry given, and a number started in pursuit of the murderer. His pursuers gained upon him so rapidly that Lopher felt that escape was hopeless, and ., hastily reloading his rifle, he laid down, and 'placing the muzzle to his right temple, graced the end of the barrel tightly with his left hand, with liis right touched the trigger, and in an instant sent himself into eternity, cheating the gallows of a vic tim. The murdered man was about 60 years old, and a highly respected citizen of this county. Lopher was not yet 21, and though somewhat wild and reckless, was never considered capable of committing so terrible, a crime almost as atrocious in mag nitude as the celebrated Page murder, com mitted in this connty in 1868. Xo sufficient reasons have yet been assigned for the mur der. We anxiously ' await further develop ments. Skyrocket. S. S. Convention The Kansas State Sunday School Convention will meet at Ottawa, on Tuesday the 29th day of Xovem ber, 1870, and continue in session three days. In order to organize the work throughout the State, each county should be represented. AMU not the Sunday School men in each county see to this?" Delegates are invited froni'evcry Sunday School. Let us have a fnll representation of the Sunday School men of this State, 'both lay and clerical. Enter uinment will be furnished all delegates. Thooe ho purpose to attend, will please notify Charles Topping, Ottawa, Kansas. Arrangements will be made for half-fare -Arranj on all railroads as tar as possible. James Lewis, Chairman State Ex. Committee. MEDICAL. P ????-?? JOY TO THE AFFLICTED! A REMEDY FOUro AT LAITt IT WILL CORE YOUR CIUIH! IT WILL rSErEXT-t CCEB C0XSU3IPTI0S. That Couch. VBlcbTOB araasOscttaa;. auy xasaltla tatal Coasaaattaa, If soma prompt Remedy ts not used. War sacrifice yoar life wham roar Dis ease caa be enroa so calek, and at so small a oast! What i the Value o Mann When, compared to Health. AUem'M Xiing Balsjuai, Is wamnted to snak up the most troobleaosse Cough in so iiiaedlbly Mort time. There is so icaiedT that can show more evidence of nal merit than this -BALSAM, ibr coring t'ossrarxiaar, Gorans, Corns, 'Asthiu, Caocr, 4c It Is only about seven years since the Balsaa was fmofltredtothepuhHe; and in this short tiaw it ass become known and appreciated ia aoxrly every town and village throughout the United State and the DominieBorOaaads. Hosdreds of theoasadf f battle arc usually, sold, aad ihnwili nf all sesKs testify to its unequalled power la sealing the disstses that it is recommended tor. IrBlLVKSXESSTOTBEMOSTDxUCATBCBIU)! IT OOHTAIVS XO OPIUM DT AHT FORK! It la SOU fey sdlelas Daalara Oaaaranya r CAUTION. Call for ALLEN'S UTSO BALSAM," and thus the use of any other Bmbuai as unprincipled sea aaay deceive you with thetrowa worthless preparatioas. CALL FOX ALLEVSLUira BALSAM J. K.HAMUS ?., Prtrprieton, CLNC1XKATI,X). reaaaut ar GEO. A. EDDY.ri PESlOi A LOVTSO- -at. losssh. ontxiNB moa FULL',' rotes rvuxsL. ecUMawUB inwUL Hmcis. i ' , WPQop ( 1 It ;; jit.- . - WW r , , .i i r AXt EIBma QEN1BATI0N. I I 1 I i. . tJ-L fPHB VRGKTATlYE POWERS OF LIFE ARE strong, hat la a few years howoften the paDM hoe, the laek-lostn eye sad esuclated form, an the tatpasathUity of application to mental effort, show Its baaef oi iaJoenee. It soon become erident to the observer that setae deprenJog iaaoeace is chfcMag the development of the body. Coanunp- 'tioa is talked of, aad perhaps the youth ii removed from school aad sent Into thecountry. Thi is one of the wont movements. Bemored from ordinary dlTeniosaof tbaever-chaaatng scenes of the city, the powers ef the body, too much enfeebled to give seat to the healthful and 'rural exercise, thoughts are turned inwards upon themselves. If the patient be a female, the approach of the meases ia looked for with anxiety, a the fintiymp tom la which Xatam I to ahow her taring power in diffusing the circulation and viiiting the cheek with the bloom of health. Ala! iaereate of appetite haa grown by what it fed on; the energies of the system are proat rated, sad the whole economy is deranged. The beautiful and wonderful period in which body aad mind undergo so feadnatlng a change from child to woman, 1 looked for in vain: The parents heart-bleeds in anxiety, and fancies the grave but waiting for Its victim. H. T. jTEIlHBOUTS Extract Buchu, For Weakneaa ariaisg from excesae or early indis cretion, attended with the following symptoms: In disposition to Exertion, Lns of Power, Low of Memory, Difficulty of breathing, General Weak ness, Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death, Night Sweat, Cold Feet, Wakefulness, Dimness of Virion, Langour, Universal Lassitude of the muscular Syitem, Often Enormous Appetite with Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, DrysemoftheSkln, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions on the Face, Fain in the Back, Heaviness of Eyelids, Frequently Black Spots Flying before the Eyes, with Tempo rary Suffusion and Loss of Sight, Want of Atten tion, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Horror of Society. Nothing is more desirable to such patients thaa Solitude, and nothing they more dread, for Fear of Themselves; no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness, ao Speculation, but a hurried Trans ition from one question to another. These symptoms if allowed to go on which this Medicine invariably removes soon follow Loss of Power, Fstnlty, and Epileptic Fits, In one of which the patient may expire. During the superintendence oj Dr. Wilson at the Bloomingdale Asylum, this sad result occurred U two patients; reason had for a time left them, and, both died of epilepsy. They were of both sexc, and about twenty years of age. Who can aay that these excesses are not fre quently followed by those direful diseases Insanity and Consumption ? The records of the Insane Asy lums, and the melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness to the truth of those assertions. In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy exhibi tion appear. The countenance ia actually sodden and quite destitute neither Mirth or Grief ever visit it. Should a sound of the voice occur, It ia rarely articulate. "With wonderful measures wan Despair Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled. ' ' Whibt we regret the existence of the above dis eases and symptoms, we are prepared to offer an in valuable gift of chemistry for the removal of the consequences. HEiMl?OI.D'S HIGHLY COHOSMTEATED UXX) bOT OF B U C H U There is no teak like it. It is an anchor of hope to the surgsoa sad patient, sad this is a testimony of all who have used or pTeseribed it. EM4 sTf Brmwtta Dealers Met $1.25 tar Bettlgor Hz Bottle DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS. Describe ijuiimmiU all commas icatioas. ADDRESS H. T. HILMB0LD, 4c CasCastleal Warelsnae, CM BROADWAY, X. T. --TJt.-Jt ,1-. ft jS; -sirfv. mmjmm-wemmm aaaawsfaarrtM H M.T.MBMMMAU aTtattwTo i -3u..-o Tiy. .., ST. LOUIS ADYIOTInEMENTS. Evening Star, CHALLENGE W'ssmVv'- -' : mHE DEMAND FOR CHARTER.OAK, C1IAL- - a .lxjiiie, au btuiMi STAU stoves hu grown ao rapidly of late that we have not filled or- ders as pronptly as dcsIraMe:lMit hatins nowt cured the aubtance of another Stove Foundry, we shall hereafter confine nearly the entire force of our own establbhment to the production of the1 Starts above named and hope to fill all order without delay. We would call the attention of those about pur ebaxin?, to the SUCCESS and POPULARITY of all of THESE STOVES. No better evidence of their Intrinsic merit can be offered than a statement of the net after IS years use and being subject to ae vere tests in all all kind ot loraliiiM. ml t.. ih most bitter and determined opposition that could ! lie invented, tint ther srf to-.li v thi MOST 1TIP- ! ULAR STOVIH in the market, and have piven j bcu universal satuiaciion i it ai lilt DtJdAM) , is nncjTPT? to iv rvrn '. If you want THE BEST COOKING STOVEFOP.1 nvuil, buytheCHAKTEUOAK. , If you want TnE BEST COOKING STOVE FOR , COAL, buy the CHALLENGE. i If you want THE NEATE3TAND BEST SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE eer made, bay the EVENING STAB. ' sold cr Excelsior Manufacturing Co. j 612 A 614 X. Main St. ST. LOUIS, MO. ANDAt.L LIVE STOVE DEALERS. E . V A E. N E Y . Leavcuworth, Kummlm. apr-JftlAwHIT CHEAT LANDS FOR SALE. SOLD OX LOXC. TIME. POTTAWATOMIE RESERVE LANDS LAND DEPARTMENT OK T1IK ( ATCHISON. TOPEKA SANTA FE EAtLROAD COMPANY, TOPEKA, KANSAS. this roitPAxr akf. Kotr orFERrMi roit SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASEES, The CelchrateJ 1k1j- of Ijnil kaowu as the Pottawatomie ICeKerintioii, COSTAlG 850,000 ia.OHKS. This is one of the Illicit tracts of Ziandrn ixx X3Z.txxxma.mi Having the HEsT OF WATKK and a iwrtion'cov end with These lnI arc now nfiercil fur sale fur tht; first time, on easy terms, bem? ou hvk ykauV tijie WITH IKTKRtST AT 7 PEK CKNT 1T.R A.VM'JI, a Pil lows: At time of the purcha, onp-I'.nh cash, with interest on deferred iy incuts iur one j car. Second year no payment reauireil, exivpt interest for one year. Each ytar tfiereafler one-fifth of principal, together with interest ou remaining de ferred payments. awfor particulars apply to or address O. L. LAKIW Land Commissioner A. T. & S. F. B. B. Co. TOFBKA. KANSAS. novSCdAwKI Ta AITOS ! Ii AIVB ! ! 100,000 AOHBS KAXSAS LAXI FOB SALE. rfUIEi-E LANPS WERE fcEMTTED IN 1ST.9, X and are amonjt the let in the Mate. Thev lie in twenty different counties, rcvtnttn of which have. HAILHOA3DS. Most of them are near TOWNS, or within Settle ments. Considering the quality and fixation, tiiey are the Cheapest .Lands for Sale in the State. Pkicc From Fltro to Ten Dollars per acre. For particulars, address T. II. WAI.KEU, marJdAwDS Topcfca Kansas. YEAST I'OWIIKR. rii Is bow rrrtrJed aa the hTAMUKD BsKIMl VOIf BKK, sad the but article prepared for nmklng-llshf, whslerome and delirious BIM'l'ITK, UOI.LS, BKEAB, (JKIDDLK aad other CAKES, ic. &e. It is lafdllble. and always resflj for iaimedlate ov. The best YEiNT POWDER fornsenn long SEA VDVAHES to ASYTABT OF TRK fl.OHK. It is coaveaiest and econosslcaL M WASTE OF FOOIl I'KEPIKED WITH IT. .Sold rierywhere by GUOCKKS, MllP-cn V.MJLtiW'and REALEUS. DOOLEY & BROTHER, Manufacturers, K) xztr stm:i:t. xi:v.'-to::k- HARDWARE AXD CUTLEKV. F. J. E1C1URDS, JOHN CONOVEK. J. F. RICHARDS A CO., HARDWiRE & CUTLER?, Rubber and Leather BelUcf, Fence W ire. anEscr for Belmont Wheeling Xailx, JohnDeere's Moline Plows, MACNEAL A URBAS'S EIRE-PROOF SAFES Backaye Reaper and Mower, Monroe Qpin Drill, CAJCTOK, O., Sweepstakeg ATTLTaUJI k TATLOH VTBBATOK Thresners We hare the bet assortrorait of t FAIRBANKS' SCALKS. Ia the SUte. All War.hou-e, Hay and Mock Scales sold by us will be ret up'without . extra charge. Our stock of IRON AUD STEEL, BELLOWS, AXVILS, YIAES. Ac., IS COMPLETE. The attention nf Merchant is csllwl to nnr;ln-s; aad prices. Orders solicited and promptly lille-L Canter Talrd anO. Delaware Streets, . . LSAVEHWORTH. ZS. eoaawi BUSINESS CARIf. JAMES A. COWLES, Jta. ttornoy , Xaaa Ifedal attemtion given to Patent Law. axzajcax awd fobugx raTLXTs kOuciTEP. SarcfHce S3 "Washinston SrVa CHICAGO. ILLINOLS. iaaJtdlwat FOR SALE. F IE SALE- toper Calorie Engine four (4) hove- jsjwer nearly Bew. Apply at this office NOTICE. TIE SPECIAL TAX WARRANTS ISSUEDTO K. Krumasell for constructing a- plaak side walk aa the south aide of Klckapoo street from Fointk street to Fifth street: tho-e Issued to Ii. j KxwatBMll far constructing a plank sidewalk on aha astaa Ssae Ofjuaau sxreet irom secoaa wtreet to IMst ilrssyare saw la my bands for collection. ftaaMyeceraavPsc. 17th, 1870. ""' HaWKTDECKELMAN, - sovlCcUawtt By P. II. jUdoex, Deputy KtRj8msssggg, sUHg t NEW FALL DBE88 IN GREAT Baring j . ,rt LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW DRESS GOODS, ' We want you to luc. It. A mere list cftho different materials Is Insufficient to give yon a propcer iura oi - i ' THE EXTENT, ELEGANCE AND EFFECT OXour Jrt-vs.iijd- this seavon. Cuiue aud louk at tbeui, you will find them Choice, Cheap amil Attractive. WTEtSOltT A KJT.ITH. TIE, UDIES WILL PLEISE MEMBER That we coatiuue to take orders for making up CLtAKS, MAHTILUS, MESSES AND SUITS In the rat fuhionabte au 1 saUsfoctory :uauner. We line fitted up a comfortable room for this pur ose. Our stock or NEW MATERIALS FOB FALL WRAPPINGS. I0"" comP,etio upleteia SILK-VELTETS, BFAYER, CIIISCMLLA, ASTRAKAX, &C. READY MADE CLOAKS, A M agnlflccnt aLet of Winter Shawls ia BROCHE, MARINO, PLAID, PLAIN GRAY, &C. ' f "UrT BTJsasTsiTmT JtV X-sWaT'sP sW wn .nunLasswvj.'w mm sbsl.sl N. B. Wearcretelving , . New GS-oods Every FeAv Days. Oct23dS2 bT. LOUIS ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS. B RANCH, CROOKES A CO., SUNL-FACTtKEKS OV EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS, WKTl BRANCH.pOKES 8tC0. Mm Vmm j MANUIvpiffiERS, JB I or all the Descriptions now These faws have lecn manufactnred and in use xincc 18CI. They are warranted the bet Inserted Tooth Saws made, arc ucd exclusively on the Pacific t'oa-t and a)jruvcl by mill men whcrcTerLnown. FOR SALE AT OUR 214 Lake street. Chicago, HI. SwlOl 116 and 118 Vln St. Louis. MUSICAL IXSTKU.1EMS. THE ARI0N PIANO HAS T11E UE.-.T QfAl.ITV OK TONE OK anvjtanoln the market. It as awarded the I'KEMlCM oVEIt "Meinway," Chickerine," and others at a m.lMiFiiuTKlAi.atKairof Ameri eaa Iiuttut in New York. All are 7J Octaves and warranted f.ira lifetime. PARLOR GEM PIANO, Full 7 Octanes, e!-"anllv finished, and has the lite Improvements. This Piano is dt-iidrd liy teaclierK to lie. the lct for the price made. Money invi-ted in the (Jem is letter than 20 pen-ent. Interest. Warrauti-J for five year-. The Estey Cottage ANO NewHaven Temple Organs Are tlie standanl !:! fntrinneinf theae, con tainini; ilia Patent llannguic-Attachment, Manuel sul lla.v KneSwiII. Organ IStllows. Iteetl Iloard. i Jubilante and Vox Ilntuana Tremolo all war ranted. iLluiruiv, J eacners ana Liereymen iiner allv dealt with. Amnts wanted. Call or send for circular! Prices $:t to 8730. A giod organ, 2 Moia, 575; a fine onan with 6 stops, iVl'i. A. J. VIEI.E, (ieneral Agent. , -i5 North Sixth btrttt, it. Louis, Mo. octlSdiwir. ' SCHOOL FURNITURE. SCH005V FURXITLRJ SI PUBLPIIEn, MANUKACTUREP., i WUOLE sale leaJerin Schel BookH and Stationery, Rtiyol'sit Mitchell's .School Map., Guvot'a Oec craphies. CloLes, School and OSce Kurniture, Slates, Tablets, Charts, Philosophical Apparatus of all kinds; WRAPPING PAPEB, BAGS, c, NO. 21 DELAWARE STP.EET, jLeavenwortk City, Kansas. aTB-The enly exclusive bchool Furnishing House theSratel-tfa feti1nds.wAw91 FOR SALE. CUtEAT RARUAIN! a STOCK FARM.JSI3. FOR SALE IN LYON COUNTY, NEAR EM POPJA, 160 acres excellent land. Improved stone hoaie, K rooms beat home In South ern Kansas stabling for 100 hones, stone corral, large unfailing spring Jir stock, good well, a most desirable home, everything prepared to hand for living comfortably, and making money. All for the MBaB price of $.1, .100 half, or lesa than half what the improvements eaw.- Apply to A. A. UIGINBrTHAM,:Real Estate AgentV'o-9. Del aware street, Iavenworikw- oct'J6dAw 'COJIE .AJfD SRE CHEAP WATCHES. , CO. THTaatdx: S8 TsVaatola. : ; QO THE OXaVT edmtiak j Eureka Aluminum Gold Watch Co. , UAVE AHflXTtV I J. P. WLTjLIAMS 4 CO., JEWELEES, 8l Braadwar, Vtw Tark, CtOLE ACSENTS FOB THB C. S., AND HAVE O authorized them to sell their great Eureka Alu minum Gold Watches for Three Dollars, aad to warraat each aad every oas to keep correct tune for one year. This watch we guarantee to be the best and cheapest tiase-ketper that Is bow in use ia any part of -the globe. The works are in double eaes, Ladies' and Gents' sire, andarebeautlfuUvchased. The cases- are made of the metal new to widely known la Europe x Aluminum Gold. It lias the tmet color nf Holit. which it alirauM .;- It wilt Island the tet of the strongest acids; no one can tell It from UoM ouiy trpretgOT, Alanlouni Gold being onefourth lighter: The works areall made by machi nery, me same uiucwni Known American watcn. ! We pack the watch safely in a small box and send i It by mail to any part of the United States on re jcelptof $3.fQ; fifty rents fbr packing and postage. I A key Is sent free with each Watch. Money should I Wstnt br PostoSce Money Order orln a Registered I Letter. Addresa all orders and commnnleatlom to J. P. WILLIAMS ft Co., Jewelers, 561 Broadway. ew York. 'covllleodAwia TjsOE SALE Hoe Cylinder Press, tor hand or attest powrr lira ofbedlnxU raehes Inside beaten. Apply at this office. aaisTn-sr SMIT I BKT 6O0BS. GOODS ABUNDANCE. an aassaaUy T7IT8 Wilson & Keith. SAW WORKS. UNed 1h the United Stiitcx. WAREHOUSES, street, Mo. 75 Carondelet street. Mew Orleans, La. XEDICAL. DR. WHITTIER, AREOULAR ;U.VIiUATE OFMEDICINE AS Diploma at office will show, has lieen longer engaged in the treatuunt of enereal S-xnal and Irivate diseases than any other physician in t. Iui. hyplillis. Gonorrhea, Gleet, tru-turt-., Orchitis. Hernia and Ruptures: all rinarv I'1-.-avs and Syphilitic or Mercurial atlc'ions of the Throat, Skin or Bones are rreateil wit "iparallt I.-l uc-ess. Spermatorrhea, Sexual It.i.li r and Iuitency, as the result of self-abuse in y t"vual excesses in maturer year., or other ca a,i irbirh pro duce some of the following , as nocturnal emissions, blotches, debilii;. ..'-ziiiess of sight, confusion of ideas, evil ttU',. .. aversion to the society of females, lossofmrtuorj id sexual jwer, andn-endering marriage lmproicr, are permanently cured. The Doctor's opportunities In hospital and private practice are nnsurnasmsl in fet. Lrrhis or anv other tity. Back files of M. Louis paptrs prove tliat he has lieen located there longer bv vears thin any other so advertising. The establishment, lilirarv, laboratory and appointments are unequalled in tfie West, unsurpassed anywlierv. Avre, with experi ence, can as relied upon, and the Doctor can refrr to many physicians throughtiut the countrv. In pxst success and present position he stands without a competitor. The Writings of a Physician whose reputation is Union-wide should he worth reading. Dr. Whittier publishes a Medical Pamphlet relat ing to venereal diseases and the disastrous and varied consequences of self abuse, that wllltiesent to any address In a sealed envelope for two stamps. It contains full symptom lits that will enable those afflicted todrtenulne the nature of their com plaints and give a written statement of their cases that will answer almost as well for the purpose ol treatment as a personal inttrview, but where it is convenient the Doctor should le consulted person ally. It is self evident that a physician who confines himself exclusively to the study of a certain class ot dns-ascs and treats thousands'of cases every day, mnst acquire greater skill in that specialty than one in general practice. Many physicians recogniring this fact, iutrod ice patients to the doctor after read ing his pamphlet. Communications confidential. A friendly talk will cost voa nothing. Otfice cen tral, yet retired No. 617 St. Charles strett, St. Louis, Mo. Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. 31. Sundays excepted. MANHOOD! WOMANHOOD! EXPLAINING WHO MAY, AND WHO ought not to marry. Excessive s-vial excite ment ITS CAUSES, with needful advice. Ail that is worth knowing aliout PREVENTION. AImj why so many of both sexes have PIMPLES on the fare, Ac. ; and Riving sufficient reasons why one half of the ttmales, in this land of ours are PRE MATURELY INMRM. If mv suggestions were followed by all, death by CONSUMPTION would detrca.- one-half in a single generation. SUTNo father of a family can afford to be without the in formation. SKJ-No young man but ought to read Manhood." aurNo. voung lady but ought to read "Womanhood." They are bound separately and writ pretaid, by mail, SECURE FROM OB SERVATION, at 13 cents aach, or both together for 23 cents. CLAEK WMiTl'lEK, M. D., 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Who has given a lifelong special attention to the treatment of all cases relating to the above, requir ing medical interference, and has been LONGER LOCATED IN ST. LOUIS thaa any other Chronic Disease Physician. Read his works and Judge for yourselves. Office Hours 9 a. in. to 1 p. m. ; 2 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. octdAw I do not wish to inform you, reader, that fir. Wonderful, or any other man, has discovered a remedy that cures consumption, when the lungs are half consumed, . in short, will cure all diseases whether of mind, body or estate, make uenliva forever, and leave death to play fbr want of work and is designed to make oar sublunary sphere! blissful Paradise, to which Heaven itself shall be bnta sideshow. You have heard enough of thai kind of humboggery. But when I tell vou ihzX Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will positivelvcure toe wont rases of Catarrh in the Head, I only assert that which thousands can testify to. I will fay M0 Reward for a case that I cannot cure. A pam phlet giving symptoms and other information sent free to any address. This remedy Is SOLD BY MOST DRUGGISTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. Price ."j0 cents. Sent by mall, postpaid, on re ceipt of sixty cents, or four packages for two dol lars. Beware of cocsTxajxxrs and worthless imi tations. See that my private Stamp, which is a pontic fwtranlf of joiuifaart, is npoa the outside wrapper. Remember that this private Stamp, is sued by Use United Sates Government expressly for stamping-my sedjcice. has my portrait, name and address, and the words "V. S. Certificate of Genuineness." engraved upon it, aad need not be mistaken. Don't l swindled by travellers and others representing themselves as Dr. Sage; I am the only man now living that has the knowledge andlghttorll'slf!r -r !. Genuine Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kern-si - I ver travel to sell this medicine. 1 PIERCE, M. D. novldACT" - . -st.. Buffalo, N. Y. Eaters. at. CURS, President. . r. BOBXASD Cashier. SECOND NATiGrUL BANK OP lILaYFirItTH, Bays and Salb Ooverame-r - ;. aad does a sea 'era! Baakla tua.t . feblTJlw)) fBf r aWjrf afCPfpw FACTS FOR LADIES. BSAD THE FOLLOWING t TESTIMONIAL A. Si'auac, fits,, s DearSlr: IaavessBsl year Wheeler A Wilssa Sewing Machine la bit maily for shtssti year with perfect astia&ctioa. Daring that time the entire expense, with the exception of oil aad needles, wiHaotamowat to five dollars. My entire fkaally are o proariBt U Ha use taat my yoaugut ' daughter, only elevea years of age, iaas' expert as her mother. It ia their universal voice, to sell the piano bat keep the sewing macMne, " MADBOSMILLEK, Liberty, Xo. ESTABLISHED 1854. A. SUMNER CO., DEALEBS .131 WHEELER 4 WUSIN Sewing Mjwhines. SwO.eeo mow w vis. SHOULD HAVE ONE. After Mixtea jean exaerifBee we are prepared to ftiraish a better Machine for the Purpose af laaiilj sewla than any other. The qaalitles which reeeantaeBtl this machine are: 1st. JlHraMlltj. It wiU last lengrer than anjr other aiachiae. 2d. EroaoRsT of thread. 3d. biatpllcitr and thorenithnesa of const raetian. 4th. It has ahattle aad makes the Lock Stitch. th. BeaHty and excellence of stitch, alike on both sides' ef the fabric sewed. 0th. Strength, Irmness and dnrabiN II r of seam that will nat niTel. . 7th. Its wide range ef application to purposes and material. H. Conpactaess and elegance of model and finish. 9th. Speed and ease of ape ration and management, and qnietaess ef move ment. 10th. It has ftfteea pieces less than any shattle machine, table iaclnded. 11th. It has fewer pieces exposed te wear thaa aay other Lock Stitch Ma chine. 12th. It is the most simple In con struction, and easiest adapted to differ ent kinds ef work; it cam be changed from coarse to ine, or from Mae work te coarse, where a change of needle, thread. length ef stlteh aad tension are required, ia less time than any ether machine. It is deservedly the MOST POPULAR MACIIIXE roa FAXX&113T TTave. . s HOLIDAY PRESENTS ACCEPTABLE EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. NO FAMILY NEED HE WITHOUT A SEWING H.CHIHE WE ARE ALSO rREPAKED TO FURNISH FIRST GLASS Organs & Pianos. AU bill' of tale are issued from the ST. LOUIS OFFICE, i And the same A. SUMNER Is used as a trade mark on all goods sold. Cataloeuns with full descriptions of all the styles of MACHINES, ORGANS and PIANOS, sent poet paid oa application. Distant purchaser can send orders by mall after consulting the Catalogue, and be sure ef receiving precisely what they order. Taos who patronise us may be assured that we will TAMX GOOD CABS Of every Machine or Instnsaent sold by us. We offer our goods at prices Within the rtacK of all, and e on better terms than any other reliable House. SEND FOB CIECULABS. m SEND FOR;CTBCIJLAKf. OFFICE Jfc SALE ROOMS, 41 JT. Flfta Street, STLOITIS. KMce t Delaware Street jaV-VX.. mmmWm ''asaaaf i v V yi