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THE LEAVENWORTH-WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870.
iw- i Lu ? 5. 4 I ik FAnmouirr. AWftH fabrrw-liravrt.l -M-Icr Enl.rialninrnl. TELEGRAPH. wASHnfOTOv; infraeJat r asam (lark. r A tlariiuT aUciniit at hieliway mUsnr i made near this rillace on Sunday evening , A B,M an. A young man names! Taylor Harvey, KasHIX.tos, I he. 8 The Hum bill in- who live with Sir. Ji-i Stigvr-, a fec trodnced by- .Mr. Clarke, , J.. -uib. ith of tlie ci.v. refrninc Lome I InaU.ry. of tbe act of Man 9J.JSSi.to onuorback,at.W, o'clocl-, alien I rvhe oj ine .. o. ..... TrrallnlMI I lh? Banal.. Vaiiis.to, Dec. 8 The Pre-iiUnt ha sent to the Senate the extradition treaties recently concluded with eeveral Centre! American ReiHiblics. and has had Iireiored for transmission to that body many noniina- tlio-e I ,lon" OI ai)wintmenu uiai were niaue ounn; "arment torn hat srvrnlv. tkutizh other- I "" ,,:" " "- was accosted by two men, a ho were standing near a bridge on a by road, about tlmv fuurths of a mile north of Fairmount. "(Jive ui that horse, i 1 d n you!" one of the men: to which Harvey replied, "Hy O dj I won't ilo it!" To which the men j replied with two justol flints, one of lint I lalliaine through Harvey', fiat and the I " .rther throueh his overcoat, wounding wiw dulm. m Iminrr. At the fametiine one I of them struck Harvey a 'iolent M-iw on the foreliead with what lieu- wa a litiq hot. This liruusht him dowm from his borne into the mud. Ac tsiun as he could recover himself, he Srcd at them with a i-tol with whidi he was ojiortuneiy provide!, nhen Uiey took to their heels in a wry iirecipitate manner, he elwoting at thini as well as heonild in lheimeHiIi;;ht, though Mithotit a'jarent inVct. ilaney re covered hie horse, and ihe wsmiidrtU made Eeid their esrae. In the o.ufu-ion and darkiKsetheotaained but an iiujiericd idea of their aiijraraw: and id ntity. The jIofhroatliliiir.l lin ls-ii dis- , tvtnlinued, aiKl all the r4.il biwtiuci of the fiugliliorhoud 14 now tntus-idcd at l'air- III.MIItt. A jirolrartisl myelins is hoMiie; at Hints r I ItMge by the MetholisU of I lie neighl.r-' hFI, and bids fur lo liealutidcd uilh eii- . A M-rie .f reiv.il nisvliiir; hae j lately Iwti held in the Jewell nei;;hlirhsl, and many nintni-h hive lea-ii iiidifcvd to turn from the error .if th.ir nays. Sitni-1 lar inei-titiirs are now in iriit;nsis at Sircoiieiilh- iiihir the ilinliMi of' Itev. HiroK'kof the leno I'.i.ti (liunli. The ToHiihi.of lxiiigtoii, in .IoIiiimid uiuiitr, in winch i the iilhige of lr.rfo. , his titled iv iM.irl'i to tlieaiiiom.t o bVf'H) to aid ii. th .iiiil-ti.i ol the hilrtay i.rid, alnuly eo:uix.enciii, over !!- Kdv rir war that ullage. Toe Ton-lni ol XieriiMii, in thib rtiniy. :-. jU. a-i.-.! lo lole tin .i!iie amount of bonds lor tl.c mine Hire, the bond to run toiiitv ear at an lulerei-t of ten -rcenU It i thmlht ihe bridge Hill l of great fwlKlit lo lhte Town. hi, eiMHuh at leal, lo Harraul the aid roio-d. Ii i claiimil lhat the lolls will juy the int re-t on the l,nds Uridex the oilier exj.sn-y of tlic bridge. Sherman Hill vote ujkjii the itn.jMjrilion of Uiiiding in a few days. A mo Venn nt hx Iwn iiiiuguratedat this village in oiioMtitii to the pavment ofthat portion ol our county taxen, tliat goo lo Ihu tenntarial Beptibllraii I'urns. AVahinotox. Dec. 8. The S natorial IleMiblican Caucus held a meeting this morn ing, and received the re.rt of the Commit tee awminted ti nominate the luciuberM of the landing Committee in the Senate. Af ter a !i'cu-inn it wxs voted unsatisfactory and the fiilject recommitted. It is under rtood that injection was made lo retain Schtirz on the Coiuiuittee of roreign ICela tions, whidi is deired, in onler lo make it hlrong in favor of the annexation of San Do mingo. , f'wMnl t tleMBHitrk. W'A'HIViTuv, D.C, Iec. 8 Th Presi dent luw recognized John llolh, of OmaLi, Vice-Coiwil of IViiinark, for the State of XiJiraska. fM-benek aasl Ihe t.acllkh Mlsolua-lurt-f hana;ea lu tlis'enataf'an.nill Farow, one of the contestant", leaves Wash ington for Georgia to-night. Wahhixutox, Dec 10 Tlie funeral of .1... ! If lrm WslKridw f nfilr nlace tilav. from Ingleride, aeveral miles from Wash ington. President Grant, accompanied by his Secretary, Gen. Porter, and all the membcni of" the Cabinet, with the exception of Postmaster General Creswell, who is ab sent from the city, were present, together with a number of members of both houses of Congress, and other gentlemen of prom inence and many ladies. A special to the Etrnuij Pud says: Wasuisotos, Dec. 9. It is thought by those in a position to be well informed that Admiral Porter's chances of being confirmed by the Senate are improving, now tint the President has expressed a desire that it should be done. Wakiiixctox, Dec 10. Col. Forney, of fers through the editorial columns to '1I the Washingon Cnroniirfe, he assigns as a rrasm for wishing to sell that he dtire to give all his attention to his Philadelphia THE DOMINION. FOREIGV. uiyiiiciit of the inlent iiisiii the bonded in- I , ;' . ,i d btolnew of the county. It has taken the ' " y "' , jl form ofau orgiuizalion known as the "Ixsn-- ."" ft' '' ctiHorth OiuntvTax pavers Uunion Xo. 1." A similar movement lias Uvii maile in the Nku Yohk, IKc 8 -The TriUiit'. Whiitgtoii arns.iHiidi nt telegraphs thai a bi'lief tliat ten. Sdicuck hai. Iws-n offeleil the Kngli-h Mis.ioo was oiiitc istrong at the t (xipiul yesterday, p. .me niemlsrs Nrting that he ill Is! on his way to Imdoii before thf I-t .; Janujry. Ii h j i-Iicve.l lj.-t night tlut iLuvuilllv 1 niorechaiig.. in ndiip ol ihe rnisut.iiit S-n-ale Coiiiiiiiitivs tlian has been anticipated. Patter-on nill pn.lably retire from the Com mune o.i foreign I'tlations to ctke ihe ( 'liairniansliip ol the O.niiiiilHs on the Dis. tnct of Columbia, vacaleil bv Hailiuu. Some St-natons an.l niemU'rs wfio oppo-ed the foreign js.Iicy of the administration, as-M-.-t mat tins pnijststl change is made lo place the Commiiire on Foreign ISelaiions in more -rf.ti annnl with Grant, as Patterson is known to differ with him on many imisir tant iis4ions. It isnuunivdtli.it dmkling is to take Paltciou' platv. Tileallleorrel-lsllldeut tehraphsilut the Presidnit, in conversation with some gentle men from Missouri, yesterday, took occasion to again condemn in severe terms, the action of Shurz in Missouri, ati.1 exprewisl the i.it his course lias lo-t the State to hlican tartr mi elKvlnallv flist it . . .! . . " ls nsleemeil in two vears. Calltl..t Is nslreniHal in tvn vrirs Tlmnll x pavers uunion o. i. - . . , . ilU Isvii made in the ''''7'!S orls of .vrU.n ,.;. to hraUhe U..is,n. of Sherman. It is the ini,i.,io '"' --n "'eire-iueiii anu nciiurx gives ofux-iayers tliat they are .mtraget-Uy and "-""" "'" "' W -- undeniably taxed, to iill the isskctsof o- Will Ikr laraa T as Atkollabesl;- racious sjKsrulalors, and they jre determined ieieral Aanrs(y. if redrew ran be olxained through the courts, Washington, Dec 8. There seems to lie lo Huliinh to it no longer. no longer any doubt tliat during tlie present The Faimioiiiit organization Mill hoM a vcwion of Congress, the income tax will be niisliiig at Siiger's Schis.l hou-e near Cogs- , abolihe.1. At least a dozen bills looking to well's in tlie town-liiii of Delaware, on Sat- j this end liave already been presented, and unlay evening next. there is a stronger feeling against the tax Singing schools, sjielling scliools, I.yce- than ever before, ums, Ac, are held at the variom sclusil , An effort will lie made in the House to-dav hou-c out on the irir!i to keen the minds of the rustic population engagtsl during the long evenings of the wiultr. Faikmouxt, Iec .". J. A. II. sbrrmiR Townlil in Council. In pursuance of previous notice a nuet ing of the tjx aters of Sherman Township was held at Center lor Ji Witt's) school house, on Saturday the 3d inst., for the pur Me of taking into consideration the pro jivt of making an eatnei-t and unititl tlfort f.ir the reduction of mk-Ii an (iiorinous rate of taxation as now prevails throughout Ixstvenworth County. The meeting was organired by electing W. F. Hiiidman Cluirmau, and J. 1 CIritfitli Secretary. On motion, theStcreLiry read to the mcet ng the preamble and devolutions adoi.tcl bv meeting held for a similar purjsi-c at ra'r iiiouii: Station, on the lltli ulL, which were thought to le mi much to the point in Iiaud, and hi cxprisvUe, that on motion ihev were unanimously approved bv the inciting of Sherman. It was re-olved that our organization lie known as the "licavinworth Cminty Tax Paiers I'uioii Xo. 1!." On motion, Jlex-rs. I. II. Drei-liatk, Thos. Hanios, Simuel l'elermaii, an I J. I (iriinth wcrcappointisl an Kxcculive Com mittis. ()n motion, the moiling adjourned to iius-t at the Sirfi.xieillesihisd l:oii-s'v on Satur lar Ihe I7lh of lKsviiilr, at 2 o'll.sk p. in, I'nlrinonnt. Faiksioi'nt, D.C Id. fl ..riM-i-si Ini.f llir Is-ai.-iii.-rth Tiim-s. J Ii-t cviiiiug, in the als ikv ..I the pri.pri. slors, some js-rsitii got into the store ofSiuilli A Churthill, of this illap-, .nxl stole Sloil of ihe partnership funds. The Ihief elletlisl an intrancc by isjiuszing his js-rson through a sash of the window.out of uhiih tlie glavs had lss-n broktn. Su'pitiiu nls lijsm ci voting man of the iciniiy who is now in ar re and waiti.ig examination. Tln-apiH-ararovof Tin: Wruti.v Tim-, tnlarg.sl and tisrriphiailly iiupnu.sl, giws- great satif.iciioii lo iiewspiisr readers at this locality. It is the lirgvst, -in-1 by all islds, tlie most di-sirable pifK-r fr the moil. ey, that is published in Km-as, and cs.ni Mrcs wilh any othtr wis-kly publi-hed nil dor the sun. It i- tr cr.--iwv, the great rcpnssiitatiie journal of the Stale, and as such, shoud Is: lilierallv supiMirt.sl. J. . Ik KoHlterjr ami s.ti.ftlin:. nt .Silileji. Wc copy the following atvount of Is.ld horse stealing and attempted murder, fnnu the St. Joseph CaifUe. Yesterday evening Marshal Stroud was called on by a unn from Jackson county, who state.1 that, on Moiskiy night, a lsld robliery wxs H-q-tnitcil near Sibley, in that county. Aliout midiiiglit a farmer named Wilson was awakened by the lurking of the logs, anil, art-pmiisiiicd by his n ife, started to sec what was the matter. Hearing a noise at the stable, they went to it, and dis covered a man injthe act of taking a fine horse, lr. Wilkin atteaiptetl to stop kun, when the rob!er commenced firing at him. air. W. anil his wife at once ls-at a retreat, but liefore they could rea-.li the hou-e, Mrs. W. was struck by a ball and seriously wounded. She was at once taken to the house, and assistance summoned ; and, at last accounts, it was thought would recover. Tlie ntlil-r in the meantime made off with ihe horse. It is supjioscd that the rol!ery was com mitted by a man named Vaudcicer, and that he came in the direction of this city. Ex-Lieut. Walllugforsl Art-esto.1. We copy the following, regarding the ar rest of Kx-IJeut. Wallingfonl, from the To wka Kteordz Sheriff Walker came in from Wichita yesterday. He brought in Lieut. Wal ling ford as a prisoner. The Lieutenant iru dis honorably dL-uii"ed the sen ice some time ago. Alter his di-mial, it seems tliat General Custer gave him "defective jiapers," and on the strength of this he has been doing a land office business in tak'iig horses claim ing them as belonging to Government, and selling them. He has done this in numer ous instances, and made hotel bills at differ ent places, giving them orders on the Govern ment for payment. When arrested at Augusta, he was about starting for Arkansas. He hail at good ambulance, one or two cro nies, and a woman. He would probable liave got a gissl deal of property into his posK--ion on the strength of his detective papers. Sheritl Walker brought in two wit nesses to prove therhargeandthev will prob ably go ln-fore the grand jury bxlay. - - 1- Maj. Gcxx, Chief Engineer of the Mis souri, Kansas & Texas llailroad, lias gone to Fort Gibson, to locate and make arrange ment to bridge the Arkansas river near tliat place. Alwve the mouth of Grand and Ver digris rivers the Arkansas is not a navigable stream and no difficulty is anticipated in finding a suitable place to bridge, as ruckv fords occur everv (eve miles on tliat stsc-un. The M., K. & T. K. Ii. i l-eing -ni-li.-d ahead with commendable energy, ami will place us in direct communication w ith Texas ami the Gulf. I to bring up theuue-tion of general amnestv and tliH Clainnan of the llecnnstniction ! Committ.-e intends to submit a bill to except two cLisscs from Congressional pardon all I the officers of the army and navy, and Sena I fc.rs and memhei of ( smgress "who left to join the rebellion: I'eiublican members generally appear to lie more dicp-wed to ote lor some siicu measure than for one providing for an universal amnesty. Some of theni, however, are in favor of he latter, and will lie sup-iorted by the full Democratic strenglh. Only a partial measure, there fore, is likely to command the required two I birds vote to remove the so-called isililical disabilities. In the Senate Messrs. Schurz and Kellogg intiij to supiort the general ainnestyl !aalar Nrhnra. I St. Ixicis, Iec 9 The Dcmurraft Wash- uigton s-iccial, saking of the propostsl changiw in the Senate Coiumittecs, says: There wis no attempt made to disturb Sen ator Schurz, excel -,' tne I''1" nls ,,a, '" lake him from the Foreign Relations Com mittee, iu-lead of Patterson; but Schurz's stnngth was fo-ind to lie of such a charac ter that it was not deemed safe to try that sort of reorganization, and so it was fully concluded that Patterson could be more gently n innxisl as the thing could Is? -artially covered under a show of making him Chair man of the District Committee. Senator S hurz was even added to a new committee. The I'rrsMrnl ami Aalmlral Porter. Xkiv York, Di-cO The TUbunc't Wash ington corniioiidcnt telegraphs last night as follows: It is n-M)r!cd here to-night that the President ami Admiral Porter have l conie reconciled, and tliat Gen. Sherman hi-U-in adingasa is-acemaker. It is argued by Admiral Porter's fritnds that a Gen. Sherman was promoted liefore the rank of General of the array was alsd-i-h.sl, s.i dmira1 Porter should Is? allowed lo snivel t. the place made vacant by the death of rarmgut. Is fore action is tikui on Gen. Isigau's joint resolution. Tlie larasnaMN Intr-illjratlnn m leirt n n JMatr I'fl3aram- In I lah Territorial oteruinrnlw. V.'A-iu.NfiToN, IVcil. The P.iraguiyan Iiivesiiiiiun Committee of the Hou-e in- dulgi-s in a swivping censure of Admiral Gordisi for not affording better proteciion to Minister Wa-hhurne and the attaches to his la-gition during the, late war, and a court mirtial or court of inquiry is likely to pro nounce on its verdict. The Hotie Committee on Territories have a bill readv lo reisirt for the admivion Xew Mexico as a Sfate, tinder the name of Lincoln. They have also a bill to establish Territorial Go emments for the Indian Terri tory, which will not lie completed, however, till after a conference with the Committee on Indian Atlairs. Another bill will lie reported to prohibit Kiltgamy in I'tah, if the Senate does not act on the one las-vd last session. Mr. Cul lom, Chairman of the committee, is not a nienils-rof the next Congress, ami it is re Krtcd tliat the President ofTereil him the Governorship of Utah Territory. He says he cannot afford to take it. Earitrracnl at the steal ortioternmrul Her Ihe I'rlsldVnfw antair. OrTAWA, Dec 7 President Grant's Mis sage excites a considcraMc amount of com ment here. It is underst.ssl that the Do minion Government have no idea of abcin. doning their pro-tut line of policy, although thoroughly desirous of lehaving in the most fritndly manlier to the United Ststts. They feel, howevir, that thes.siple of Canada hae etnlorstsl and will su-laiu tlocir sIiiy, al-o that the Imis-rial aulhoritiisi have aoprovi-d of the action of our government in the matter. Caroline; , iriouw. MiivntKAl, Die 8. Cinvlian tisrs (viument iciotisly on Proideiit Grant's mes sage. Th justioii of the fisheries attracts the greatest attention. The dautlr, the miu-i-terial organ, attiinpU to show- the inum-ut-encv of the Presid.nt's complaint with the Irratrnf 1818. It says: While Canada i alwats ready to negotiate for the ssllltiuel.t of old matters in di-pule, it cannot submit to anv stand and deliver arguments. The Hftatdf an indes-i:dilt Iiafs-r, takes a more moderate view of the suieett and trust Iliat tberewill besumcitut rigbt leel ing among the ieople of both OjUiitriis. to git over existing difficulties. Toronto, Dec 10 The following spu-ial fmiu the seat of government aps-ars in the TtUymjih this morning: In view of the threatened adojitiun by Proident (Jrant of Ilutlcr's now inlercommercial s.liiy towanls Canada, including the withdrawal of the Imnding system, it is interesting to know the immense accomiuodatioii whic'i Canada lias oflered the United S&les in jiermitting that country the free use of Wclland canal. In the year ending the 'Mill of June last, no less than 2,834 American steam and sailing vessels, with tonage to the amount of 7is, '42 tons, jiasseil through the canal. The withdrawing of the bonding privilege would, it is believed, neoessarilv entail a like with drawal from the use of Wetland canal to American vessels, which cause would effect most disastrously the cities of Chicago, Os wego, Cleveland and Ogdensburg. CHICAGO. Xalloaal Chicago, Immla; rattan Dec 9. The Contention. Committee on FORWARD THK AJUtY or THE LOISZ. ToCJta, Dec 9. The Montarra DenarU ment of the Loire is eracoated by the Ger mans, and the army of the Loire baa again started on a forward movement. ADVICa FXOat PAAIa are all received by balloon to the 8th. The situation is satisfactory. The lrnatiam are actively at work constructing work in the rear of the lines from which the French re cently drove them. A large number of prisoners have arrived at Pane, captured in the battles at the east and south of the city. On the 2d, the Prussians in (heir attack hurled over 130,000 men against Tien. Du crot, yet he held hi ground and repulsed the enemy. A 11 VICES FltOM TILE GOVEKXOB AT HELFOBT to the Clh, says the siege i prngn-iaing vigorously. The Prussians had attempted to storm the jiace, Isit were beaten off. One of their regiment was entirely cut to piece. LITEST KUIM PARIS THE rABIMAXa UE TLKMIXEU TO CUXTtXL'E THE COMBAT. Toi'Eb, I Vc 7. A despatch from lirmans l.sslay says, a lulham has arrived from Paris wilh news from the Capital to the night of the Clh. Xo military operations of impor tance liail occural since the 3d. General Trochu lia.1 received a letter from General Yon Mollke, announcing ihe defeat of the Army of the Iiire.JarsI oflering to safely coniluctsueli iarties as might he designated to verily the news. The offer was refused by the Government, who at once issued a j.roclainatioii lo the people of Paris, giving information ol the proposition of Genera! Von Moltke, and their reply thereto, say ing, uiai even ii inc siaiemenu were true. they would still liave a right to expect a great movement of the nation to their assis tance and will continue the combat. The recent mcccssosof the Parisians were greater than had been supposed. tenarta front Berlin. IIkklin, Dec 7 It is said that Bismarck will treat the acceptance or rejection of the Ssith German treaties as a Cabinet ques tion. A KJXOLY tXTTER. Die following letter from King Louis, of Isivaria, to King John, of naxonv, is just nia.fc public: '"The Germans, led by the King of Prus sia, celebrate their bn4herlioisI of arms, giv ing glorious proof of the importance and wcr of a muted Germany. I liave nego tiated to this end at Versailles, and Dow in vite you and other German Princes to urge the King of Prussia to assume the title of Kiniieror of Germanr, united with Presiden tial functions. I am proud thus to take the first Hip in crowning German unity. I hope lor your assent, ana tliat ol Ilic. otner powers and free towns. Signed "Louta" sncui. wncEs. MAimOOD SEWlXe aUCHTSES. FACTS FOR LADIES. IMI RISDf O OSHIEATI0N. BEAD TUB FOIX0WING TESTIMONI A3L." OfR resjiecteJ fellow townsman IVit Mc JJraw has returned from his trip to Southern Kansas, his meUncholy mission being tin uccessful. The feeling was m intent in the turlsilent region that he did not dare to go and claim thelwdyof his nepiiew- When Oowler Conntv is in a more sctiled state we nn-toine the relations of he dccea-eil ill Is- permitteil to perform the lasted rit over I no I. More of the Porter Let tera. Washixton, aVc S Secretary Ivobeson vLsitol the capital toslav, and informeil the Senators and members that it was the Presi dent's desire that Porter should be confirmed as Admiral. It is stated tliat letters written by Porter during the war, which reflected severely upon Gen. Ilutler, will soon lie given to the public Xonilaatlouaancl f'onMmsatlona Jam. A. Root, or Kanaaa. Blalilrr lo Cklll liol. Warmautu failed Home. Washington, Dec 9 Among the nomi sent to Ihe Senate toIay were James A. liisit, of Kansas, Minister to Chili; J. Ii. Hawley, St. Joe, Mo., Survevorof Customs, K. W. Fox, St. Louis, and "isxic F. Shep herd, to lie Appraisers at St. Ioittls. Colum bus IV'lano was confirmed as Secretary of the Interior, and W. If. OdeM, asSurveyorGen eral of Oregon. Gov. Warmouth has been called home, on a telegram from Gen. Longstreel that affairs growing out of the election riot at Ilaton Ivouge had become serious, and demanded his immediate attention. Ttar sxatal Committee Benort Faiora Mf on the Coaarmatlon or Porter, aa Admiral Prolrwt Acalnat the An nexation or Han Bomlnso Boya In lllne- Tne rrrsMral not a (aollol Iramrr. St. Lofts, Dec 10 A Washington sie cbl savs the Xaval Committee has reported favorable to the confirmation of Porter as Admiral. Several Senators declare ther will opjiose his confirmation on the ground tliat no American guilty of writing such a dis graceful letter as the second of Porter's is fit to hold an office of honor. The Haylicn Minister here intends lo pro test against the San Domingo annexation and will present facts which will probably satisfy the country if they do not the administra tion of the impropriety "f the .irchase of the Island. Tlie Minister has no idea lli.it any Foreign jsiwcr is endeavoring to get imssession of either Hayti or San Do mingo. It is said that three members, if not four, of the Judiciary Committee of the Hou-e Javor the reil of the Congressional election law, ami that Committee will proba bly report a lsll for tliat oljject. It is ad mitted by the Ivcpublicans that in everv Slate where this law was vigorously enforced the elections went again them by increased majorities. Tire organization here known as "The Hoys in Hlue," liave completed their pro gramme for llic -welcome of Congress. A committee waited on President Grant to ask if such a demonstration would be acceptable to him, and in his respon-e the President took occasion to say: He had ever favored the District as much as possible, ami lhat me lapitoi coutd is; removeu trim tier- br a power than it would tVe ton ase Permanent Organization appointed by the National Immigration Convention, recently held at Indianajiolis, held a meeting at the Tremont House in this city to-day. Tlie following gentlemen constitute (lermancnt committees: Arkansas, Kicliard A. Iawson; Colorado, John S. Looniis; Dakota, Jas. S. Foster; libs, Geo. Sehierlet; Indiana, Elijah Ik Manindale; Iowa, C. I- Clausen; Kansas, Gov. Jas. M. Harvey; Kentucky, Molicrt W. Scott: MissLiiiii."C. D. Lang- don; Missouri, Amadic ahe; Massachu setts, J. C Wright; Nebraska, C. C Smith; Ohio. M. Geopher; Penn,, Dr. E. Marwitz; North Carolina, Thomas Ix-noir; Tennesyec, Ioither F Shivron; Distrist of Oilumbia, Henry D. Cooke; Wi-sxm-iin, Waldemer Hanson; West Virginia, J. Ilri-bin Walker; Michigan, Kev. J. B. Tustin. Tlie following are the Executive Commit tee officers: Chairman, Geo. Srheider, Ksj., President Slate Savings Institution, Chicago; Sec, Col, John S, Isiomis, No. 3 Bowling Green, New York; Treasurer, Henry I). Cisike, B-1t President First National Rink, Washington, D.C; Hon. E. It. Martindale, Indianailis; His Excellency James M Harvey, Governor of Kan-as, Toka; Hon.Michael Gocpher, Cincinnati; Dr. E. Morritz, Philadelphia. Tlie Committee is now thoroughly organ ized, and will piaf once with earnestness to the discharge of their duty. The programme adopted for the future work, and the abilitv and determination of the Committi-e promips-rt tliat there will be results achieved, nuking the lalsir of the recent convention Isit the prelude to a great national reform on the subject of immigra tion. The committee will lalsir to se cure to every emigrant the rights and immu nities of citizens while in transit by ocean or inland, through the international treaty stisilations, and by giving the United States Courts jurwlirlion in all cases involving the rights of protection to emigrants. The re ieal ol the capitulation tax and othtr unjust exactions, lev ie.1 directly or indirectly, will ! strcniiou-ly demandetl of Congress and Ihe several SlaUs. ST. LOUIS. Iass-ball House Loiter; Suit Militia failed Out to Protect Prinoner from Ljurhina;. St. Iiris, l)-c. 10 A long landing suit against the old Pan-hall Hou-e lottery asso ciation for Government tax and other (K-nal-ties was decided v esterday, by judgment in lavorol the tiovernment lor tiooo. John Armstrong and Chas. Jolly, the . il leged murderers of the Lapinc family near Polosi, List month anil who were sent to the St. Louis jail some days ago to protect them against lynchers, will le sent to Polosi, tts-day for trial. In charge of aeomjany of thirty militia ordered out by Governor McClurg, as an armed .ss- ronnVus, to aid sheritl Clark of Washington County lo preserve or der and protect the prisoners. Merlins? of tne Ntale Woman'w Hnf frasr AssMM-lation Memorial on H.,. maua Kicntw St. fjoui, IVc 10 At the meeting cf the State Woman's Suflrage Association this evening, a letter was read from Prof. Heed, of the State University, stating that that in stitution was ojx-n to women the same as men, but tliat it lias no accommiMlations for them, and urging the suffrage association and women in all parts of the State to ieti tion the Legislature for Kwer to build suita ble accommodations for women seeking edu cational advantages of the University. The communication was referred to a special committee who will report at a future meet ing. It is prolnblc that an address to the wo men of the State will be i.--ucd, urging them to take action in the matter. A memorial is to he presented to the Legislature praying for an appropriation to place women on the same footing as men, so far at least as acqui ring education at the Univcrsit v. American teMnatebea. WHY NAroLEON DECLARED WAR. Nhw York, Dec 9. A pamphlet issued at Tours and ascribed to Thiers, says that Napoleon declared war against Prussia be cause King William insulted himself and the Empress by what he told Benedetti. Keportw from London. I.ONDON, Dec 9 The town is full of ru mors, purjKirting that Paris will capitulate on the 10th. Great contractors are known to have prepared provisions to despatch to Paris, and sficcial contracts have been made for railwav- transportation. The quarrel between Bismarck and the Crown Prince lias broken out worse than ever. The OuLs says BL-mark used his influence to i.ostaine the rupture between England and Russia, onl v to secure the taking of the German loan for 8,000,000 which will be bought in Ihe London market next week. A correspondent telegraphs from Touts, on the 7th, that the Government states that the Army of the Loire is at the old position. Despair has siezed some here, and the spirits of others have risen to meet the desperate condition of auairs. The Government declares that its reverses were only temporary in importance. Many railroad trains, haded with cattle, sheep and provisions, had Is-en concentrated at Orleans for the succor of Paris. They were all saved. The guns taken by the Prussians were mounted naval pieces. Tlie evacuation of Orleans was caused by the demoralization of some of the new French tnsips and the mistaken strategy and indecision of Gen. D'Aurelles de Palladines. who allowed two corm to be overwhelmed hy the whole Prussian army, although he lud 3K),UUU men witlun reach. Official returns slate that the army of the Ixiire consisted of 300,000 men, with 5,000 guns. In the engagements of the 3d and 4th only tsy.OOO FrciM.li fought against 150,000 ( .ermatis. The plan of the canuaign was devised by Gambclta, aided by IXvcrre, a young officer of the engineers, and was either not made out by D'Aurelles, or the plan itself was fatally irronisKis. TUX EASTERN QUESTION. MKXACINII ATTITCtlE OF RUSSIA. IiONHON, Dec. 7 A special to the World says: Mr. Allen wri'es me from St. Peters liurg on the 2d inst,, that a warlike feeling is iervading the whole Empire. The arrival at Siliastajsil of the news of GortscliakofT'H circular created universal jov. Notice has liecn given by the Emperor Jo the reserve corjs to hold themselves in readiness, w hich is considered of great im portance, as this measure has not been re sorted to since the Crimean war. Kussia is committed lo a IhiI.I line of conduct and re solved to carry it out in spite of all apposi tion. It has been announced by the Empe ror lhat 40,000,000 roubles will be devoted to extraordinary war expenses. By the 1st of January, -T.1,700 remoddled guns and 150,000 breech loaders will be ready for use. The Austrian Minister of War states that Austria hasnow 900,000 Wendell rifles, and 700,000 uniforms, anil that it will require from one to two months to place the army on a war flitting. mHE VEOETATIVE roWKRS wK LIFE AltE stnof, bat mafeoruwbowono Us?iaUlll bus, tbe !ack-!iuu-e ej and Mnarialtd torn, sd.1 the latpaatblllty of apallcslloa to waist sSort. tssw Itstaneful infiMocv. II suooLsruaMa trU? at lo the observer last sobm drpreaMaf tofuence U rhorkJuc the development of the tsslr. ConMmip- tioa U talksd of, sad pcrbaMi tbo youth is removal from school and seat Into Ibe country. This U oo of tbe worst awrrmccits. Bsmovad from ordinary diversions of tbo cver-chanxinf sreoat of tbe city, tbe powers af lbs body, too mncb enfeebled to give mot to tbe bfaltbful and rural exordav, tbooablo are turned Inwards upon themasives. If tbe mural be a saule, tbe approach of Ibe avsnsss Is looked for with aaskNy, as the first symp tom In which Kalsreisloshow her saving pnwrr In ditruslug tberirculstino and vlaiUng thechrrk with tbe bloom of health. Alaal Increase of apUle baa grown by what it fcsl on; the energies of tbe aystrm are prostrated, and the whole erocHmiy is deranged. The beautiful and wonderful period In which body and mind undergo so uadnating a change from child to woman, la looked for in vain: Tbe parents heart Ueeda In anxiety, and fancies the grave tsit waiting lor its victim. A. gCWlEX, Esq.: Dear Sir: I hate used your Wbeeler A Wilson Sewing Machine In my family lor sixteen year with perfect aatistaction. During that time Ihe entire expense, with tbe exception of ol and needles, will not amount to fire dollars. My entire family are to proficient in Its use that my youngs! daughter, only eleven years of age, U as eaperl as her mother. It is their universal voice, to sell Ihe piano but keep tbe sewinc machine. MADISON MII.LKR, Lil.erty, Mo. O bT. LOUIS SAW WORKS. ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS. SELF-MEASCRE3IE5T. BRANCH, VBOOKEM A CO. XAsrrjtCTCSaUu or EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS, XEBICAL. WA-wiara PILE W!III!I)T. ESTABLISHED 1854. or gggirg jl t " "?-A- r' f WE 4. J--!-' -aavaaavaaaaaaaaoanmaaioa, caAmaTaavmrr' '' VflMlScr j' aHK UfM'riplitiHH HMCJ 1'nlU-d A. SUMNER CO., I from the Constitution one of it articles. J No law. he said, could accomplish it. It his remains. o J. B. Davis furniture oe. ler ixl un er-T msisl take a two-thirds vole in both houses lutio-iacv of " v.niiv--, aiMi a inree-iounns vote 01 all ,,.: v7ia.v- & .wu. mis .oe a (viuenv aocs taker, deserves the ex eusiv the public lie sells the finest piality of furniture at a rmall profit over eastern cost. His assortment is gooJ and it is of that well made style that lasts, forever. We havered it and speak by the card. Xever having had occasion to test his undertaking ability are cannot speak fo x-suringly but no com plaint having reached us from those who have heretofore tested it, we presume that it is well established. Jobs McCabthy'8 pile driver is in place at the tumbL. down crossing known , wlrlS'1- The nsw bridge will be completed by January 15, 1871. not eeem to be much of a Capital remover. Annolntnsenta kjr tne President. Washisotos, Dec. 9. The President lias appointed Isaac II. Sturgeon, of Mis souri. J. A. Thatcher, of Minnesota, and llalon Kicliardson of Mawland, as Com-mise-ionersofthe Kansas and Denver Pacific Kailroads. They have been instructed by the Secretary of tbe Interior to meet at Kan sas City on the 19th in--, to examine and re port on the roads and telegraph lines of said companies. The Senate will not take action regarding the Georgia Senators until January. CoL A VJ hiafcejr t'aae A Point or Lam. St. Louis Dec. 8 At the last term of the United States District Court, what was known as the Matteson A Uoialell whiskey case, involving 4G9 barrels of spirit", was decided in favor of the Government. To-day the District Attorney presented to the court a letter from the Acting Commis sioner of Internal Kevcnue, nnuesting that the judgment in the case be altered so as to conform to the views of the Commissioner's Court, which decided that it had no power to reverse or alter any judgment rendered by it at any previous term. NEWYORK. In the loteresjtitor llamriani'. New York, Dec 8. The Kcpublicans of this city have called a meeting in their several Assembly Districts, to-morrow even ing to choose delcrates to a general conven tion in the interest of harmony and efficien cy, and to elect as delegates no icrson who holds any office or Government r-ition whatever. Oi UTAH. TnrratrnrU Tronale by Irullan on the Noalhraatem 1'rontier. Svlt I-akf, Utah, Dec. 10 The Aors has received the foliowing despatch, dated St. George, Dec. 10: l'atnish, the Yamislil's Chief, who led the Xavajis who jtilleil Dr. Wilmore and Ivoht. Mclnlyre, five years ago, has now crosscil the Colorado with a Iiand, and threatens the lives and proiierty of the inhabitants on the southeastern frontier. The people of Kane, Washington, and Heaver countiei have been advi-cd to keep a vigilant guard over their flock ami v pre- cared to repel any attack that may be made y the Xavajos and their allies. OMAHA. Bloody Indian Flrts. Terrible itamemtrr. Omaha, Dec 10. On Dec 2d a war mrty of the allied Grosventres and Assinneboine Indians made an excursion into the Black leet country, and attacking ihe Woods and I'iegans, detcatcd them, killing nine. There were some white men camped in the neigh borhood and they joined with the Bloods and I'iegans, and next day attacked the. Gros ventres and Assinneboine and killed all of them but one. whom they permitted to get off to tell of the disaster. The number killed was about 100. HEW MEXICO. SastaFe, Dec 10. Ex-Governor Mc Cormickof Arixona, re-elected delegate to Congress, left here this afternoon for Wash ington, no Denver. The report from San Francisco regarding fraudulent voting, im plicating Governor Safibrd and cither terri torial officers who were friendly to McCor mick, is a pure falsification. lie has a ma jority of over 8,000 by the official count. GREAT BKITATJC. TbeTirav-won the Prealdent'a afewnage . Ijumsix, Di-c". The TiWj lielieves that (vrtaiu recommendations made in the Presi dent s message will fall still born, like many of those of Grant's predecessors. The docu ment makes another fctage of the President's downward career, and teaches how far the highest authurites ill go when the balance of parties is unstable. spAnr. QCEF3J ISAHEI.LA ritOTESTH. Mahrid, Dec 5 Ex-Queen Isabella has sent her formal protest from Geneva, asainst the election of the Duke of Aosta as King of iiain. Mie states that she has no intention of apjiealing to force. am. roi.mcAL factions in Siain are violently attacking Prim and other parties supporting him. H. T. HjfXiimiOjLll'M Extract Buchu, For WBkn-ai Aiiclug trom txctmtt or tulj inJit-v-TCtioo, attended wilh tsbfolJUilBjtywptoms: Id dUpadtWa to Eurtlon. ham of Plover, Loa of Memory. DiUcully of brttblnjj. General Weak nen, llorror of Disease, Weak Kerrea, Trrmbliiig , Dridftil Horror of Death. Night Sweats, Cold Feet. WakefUIiiea Dunne of sioo, Lanjour. Unl renal LaadtntSe of tbe masralar 6yten. Often !nonnoui Appetite with Djrpeptic Sjnptoms, Hot Hands. FlushlBS of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, rallld CountensnM and Eruptions on tbe Face. rain In tbe Bark. HeaTinem of Eyelids. Frequently Black Spots Flying before the Eyes, with Tempo rary Sufftwion and ham of Sight, Want of Atten tion. Omt VoUllty. BeMmmtm, with Horror of Society. Nothing Is more desirable to rach patients thsn Solitude, and nothing they more dread, for Fear of Thrin-AlT; no Report of Manner, no FonwstaeMi, no BfsWuUtion, but a hunied Trans ition from one question to another: These symptoms If allowed to go on which thU Sferllclne 'Invariably remOTes -woon follow Lnmof row-r,Fitulty, and Epileptic Fits, In one of which the patient may; expire. During tbe superintendence oj Dr, Wilson at tbe BlfMimlDrlslv Asylum , this sad mult oeeurred to two patients; reason hal faratlme left them, and, both died of epilepsy. They were of both sexes, snd about twenty years of age. Who can ray that these excesses are not fre quently follewed by those direful dis-easr Insanity and Consumption T Tk records of tbe Insane Aey lams, and tbe melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness to the truth of these assertion. In Lunatic Aryluins tbe most melancholy exhibi tion appear. Tbe countenance la actually Madden and quite destitute neither Mirth or drier ever vIMt It. Should a sound of the voice occur, it U rarely articulate. DEALERS IN WHEELER 4 WILSON Sewing Machines. 800,000 MOW nt CIS. 'ItlHW''- These. Fans have Ism tuannfirtuml and in u-e- itn lwl. Tfiej ate warranted tbelst lnKlC. Tlh Imss ma.1e( aie ast eailusnlv isi lli iirlfte lst anl ajpruvet hj uiltl men ahervvt-r anoa'.t. fun SALE AT OUi: H'.WEIIOUSES. 21 Laka street. Chicago, 111. s-ini . 116 and 119 Vine atreot. St- LotUs, Mo. 76 Carondelet street. Raw Orleans, La. PERSONAL. TICKJHsl ft CO Ilwa 1aSi-u rnt4aw. Of St. tOsUj, Mo., announce the Intn-iucUua ot s ORDEMNOCLOTHINaBYIJlTTXK, T which they call Torn TEru.i, Atitcxti. They irrequf-iM will vnl tiki thtlr Impru-r-I aivl acrunto Ktt Cr CLr-Mr tnrKKMK.NT, aint a full line t Maiufvis-M fnm thrir Imic?ih turk f Cloths. CMmcim, Ovatis, Ac, Ac, thuHi sbbns parti? In sny part- the , ntry U rtlr tVirclMthins; direct frt-u thru, with ih mrtiintr orrerl.iT ctnuettt wf th Trry Latest Critic snl m-i I'rarMLT Kit atLunsMe. sM..Ia.n.rrrs! wltUvevnt by epr, , WUj, Frfid?llTfry, pmTtllnizitiatif thT i xt hi, tLW can If rMuntMl at TiifciR (UnoctK. AtUwril knowu thruuch th Nmth ami Wl they hatf Cr KofCTECf Tear KxrrtLEniu all drrurtiuents of their IhisJdtsU. whkh UinnnnLs. "wiuocnaHKini wt iite t...U thcrwouU m-d.1 out. 4- i tiro" M'lr-M.-.raimcsT. .imib-!. i ""! iMiiMiBlnl Irnilir ...I liu i. . .' en .lieiioa. TICKWOR & CO.. juauurtiirers aivt Hral,r. lu Men.' an. r-.v." fTulhln ami furnl.hli ls mher lisilv M.le or Mile I.. h,l,r. 601 ao.1 He N I.sirlb-.l.. st lsui M. ..'" . I1irrhaea Enluiiuu-ty nii.). f lL Klsns Cranv,Htr fnen-I. lhat msr drsiiv ar. tirltis Usiht frirtbetu in II cllr " .-w!; WARNER'S PILS REXEDT BUS 2fl faitisl (not eveo la one case) to car ta. vary i rases nT Rtimt. Itehla. or Tlkwllna- ItASB. 1 aha are afflicted abottld tauaanauir call aa tksir dratsist and crt Waaaaa'a Ptta Baanor. It la expressly br tie Pile, sod 1 Dot rupinnanilal la cure an r other disss. Itaascnred manT aataaof over lhirtT years itamlint; rnc Oo. Dollar. Far sate b j druggists every whera. WARNFR-S DTSPETSLi. TONIC W rARF!T enrrlv ir Drvsenrlc. and thoaaa Ini with haUtualCatlveneas. IttsaatlahUrs uLitlnj tunic and a snleotlal aapetiaer: sen ens the atomach and restore. th.digl.Uv. on their healthy states Weak, nervous sad dya persons aboull nse WaB.iaa' Piararau Toaic Tor sale by Jru,ista. rrlc. On DoUar. COUGH HO MOKE. $3 NORTH CAROIaTJrA. Gar. Ilolden to nr IniBraeaiesl. Kaleigii, Dec. 9. A resolution to im acli Got. JIoMcn, of this State, has been introtlucei) in tlie Lower House of the hec islalurc It is cxjiecteil that the Senate will take iinnujit action in the matter, and that a Court of Iuiicac!inient will soon convene. Chicago, Dec 10. Coed Shore, Tillage Itochelle, about 50 miles west of Chicago, was (Icstrovcil by fire this morning. Four teen business ilaces were burned, including union mock. 1s j-.U.UUU. Insurance $20.fi00. "With wooderfu! aieasurai aao Oeaair Low sullen sounds their f rlef beguiled." Whilst we regret the ezistence, of the above dis easea and symptoms vc are preparod to offer an in valuable gift of chemistry for th. removal of the cooaeiiucacea. ULBOLD7i HIOSLT OOH01.NTKATED 8H0ULD HAVE ONE. After sixteen rears experience we are Rrepared to ntnbk a better Machine ir the Purpose or tkQj sewing thai sdt other. The qoalitlrs which recomtnend thfc Buchine are 1st. Dnrabllltj. It will last longet than any other machine. 2d. ErenotBT of thread. 3d. Blmpllcltr and thoroagbneiw o construction. 4th. It has no shuttle and makes the Lock Stitch. 5th. Iteautr and excellence ol stllrh. alike on both sides of the fabric sewed. 6th. .Strentrth, Jinaness and durabil ity of seam that will not rarel. 7th. Its wide rantre of application to parposes and material. S. ConBactaess and clearance of model andSnish. 9tb. Speed and case of oucration and aaanacement, and aniclnos of niOTe- ment. 10th. It htw flftcen pieces less than any shuttle machine, table inclnded. 11th. It has fewer pieces exposed to wear than any other Lock .Stitch 31a- cnine. 12th. It Is the most simple in con struction, and easiest adapted to differ ent kinds of work; it can be changed from coarse to line, or from flno work to coarse, where a change ur needle, thread. lentrth of stitch and tension arc required, in less tlmo than any othei machine. It Is deservedly the. MOST POPULAR MAC'IUXK Xetxully TJso. CHEAP WATIIES. IrlTatclx: S3 TTITntclx . TBE QKEAT ECKOPEAH Eureka Aluminum Gold Watch Co. HAYK SriSHSTLD J. F. Wn.T.TAMS & CO., JEWELEES. SSI Broadway, Kev rTorlc, SOLK AftEXTS FOR THE U. S ASP IIAVII autborirrj tlirni tux-ll Jhcirgnit KarvLa AIu niinuiii iIJ Watches tjr Three I liar, and tit warrant each and cerr one to tn-p rorrrrt iinw? t.r one year. This sratcu we puraniee to t- the iVst and cheapest tlme-kefjrrthat U now in u-m in any Krt of the globe. The wurfc-f are In tut le ?-, lle' atrl (JentV size, anareauttftillrthjMl. Tbe raAes are made of the mHll now widelj known hi Eurvea--i Altimlnunill. It has the exact tvlir filij, which 1 alimvM rtbitus; it will stand the tnt of tbe stronsrt arUs : no one ran tell it from (foM only bT wt-ijeht. AIuninumfioMbvini; one fourth lighter, the works are all made by mat hi nt ry, the Fuuiea-i the well known American watch. We uk the watch safely In a uroill box and wed 11 vj man to anr pan 01 me l niiea Mates on re rtlptof a.50; fifty cents for jickin.rand r-ftaf. A key U sent Ire with each U atch. Money .h-nil I be sent by Itattotfire Money Onlerorln a Iaeffitcrl Ltter. Address all orders and communications to J. F WILLIAMS & Co., Jewelers, 661 Broadway. New York. noTl0.ij.Uw. 3 sXUMCAL l.STRUXE.TS THE ARI0N PIANO I f AS THE HEST Ql'AUTr OF TONK OK a a any nan in tnomarkfi. It aa......ll Ik, i'.fJiiUM OVfcU "Mriuway," lhicaerin(t," I aoi4HU4risia BLiMDroLUTKLiLat talrtifAweii- ' ran iOMuate in ew YorK. ana warrant-! f-ra lifetime. All are ? Kta?rs PARLOR GEM PIANO, Full 7 Oftarr, eleptatly finMml. sivl ha th Ute lmpmTemnts. Thl llano H ilv-i.Ie-1 by tfacbers to be the test for tbe pries m!j. Money inTc&teil In the (rem is bttcr than 20 i-trixnt. ictenst. Warranto! for flte year. The Estey Cottage AND New Haven Temple Organs WASTE!-. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE THNOCENTS ABROAD; s. Tub Naw I1L..HIM,- l-n.tx, Hy "MAttK TWAIN." . -u.r v,qJme,rft-.i r:es. and Z14 ts-aiitiiut etiftniviiic. (i-ir 3.Y11U arc rlranntc frwu Jlwl I.. SlJsl fs-r ns.nlh m. tills tssk. AU. mir "BIIILK lllnntv." W J r Slettbins. eTl.l sr cirruUrs act see out terms aaj eltra r-rnuiura to agents. A.UresK. A. HCTt;illNMlX.ta).,3;Xo,iti Math urrel, St. IMiia. Mi- ILMIsl 'I TAKTEn A;EXTM,(;.M,.r .Uv) I.. ll the lrelrhrate.1 HllMi; MIL-TTLl:' sKU-im: I. MACHINE. II- the iii.lrr-r.r.l. mates (the lock stllrh" (jlitc ..a hulli ..J .) L' n-l is fully lurnse.1. The lst an.1 h .. el CiiuUj Srwirn Msfbin.- in the maikel. .atrvss JoIINmin. tiJCKililL. It... ., I-ltbtargh, fa., ChleKo, III.. or.M. 1 I -Hit.. Ma. WAKNEBd 0r0II BALSAM U heslittjc, soft ening4i4espertorstinit. Ths extnordlnssy power it -- i immetlUlrly rrlieviniE. and errati allr cnruia th most ottinatf case of Cooghsv r.Jj. N.ivThPKit. nrnorhiU. Intfuenasa. Cstsrrn. HunTwDe. Athma and CmMimptIoa Is almost in rnohble. pnmpt 1 the relief and certain Its et Vets in all tlW shot e cars. or any anWtioa of the thnMt anil tunc, that tlu-usands of physicisjw arsj dily prvrlbnii: it, snd one and all say that Ufa the iiftat lVIin snd eipecforsUnp ueitielsjo kmiwn. On- d- alwsy sSord relief, and ia mt ea9 on Nttte efferti a cum. S-U by dniff pis in Ltnw NtOs-M. nice Ono LVUsr. It is jroar own fjult if juu tlU coub siht snflcr. Tbo IUNam will cure. WDTEOFIXFE. The cn-st HII Iunfl-T snd IVlicIn Prink. WAKSER'S VIM'M V1T.K OK WINK OF I.IK II. ifrvf from sdt painij druc or Impo-rltn-s Ifinz prena-e! dr tbve wha rqulre a sum ulasl. It v j Iro.lhl appetizer .m.1 Unit, aivl tb fii-t ihuiz In the worLl (r purity ln the tltwl. It U the iusai t.btunt snd ddicHa article eer .flecel t itae puMlr. lar upcT.or to brandy, whbkey, w.i.. Utters or sn other sxtlck. It is mVs) iWtthhy, and chtpr'r. Both mslo arnl temala; youn r td-t. can take tbe Wlntf Lite. Itiaia bet, s UtV pre-vrrer. Thsw who wish to Js gI bcatth sn.l s free (tow or lively f piriU, will d wrHi..uketheVineof UtV. It is dlnVrent frnsa anythlni: evvr hvt.r In u-e. It lvMId by dni Kit;al st all nvptxuMe oluas. Trieo ihto lK)lLr, In quart bottl.. TnrfMTTrfAGOGTJE. -r.n.irj At.RICULTlKAI. TOOLS. . J. HOIVEU,JR. II. 4. rttAvi.. CHEAP LlMrS FOR SALE. JjASroS! HOLIDAY PRESENTS ACCEPTABLE EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. NO FAMILY NEEW BE WITHOUT A 100,000 AGXUBS KANSAS LAI FOR SALE. THESE LANDS WHIG SEUUTED IN 1ST.3, anl are aantng the liest in th. State. Thev lie in tveutjr difieretlt counties, serf nteen ot which have. Zt.AII.Xt.Oia.DS. Mrt of them are near TOWNS, nr within N-ltle-ments. CoD.i-lrring Ihe iialit7 ami ligation, thejr aro the Cheapest Lands for Sale in the State. nucr From Fire to Ten Dollars per an ForlaniruUrs.adJresa T. II. WALKER mar!.wy4 Tonwka Kansas. Are the SunarJ Ree.1 Invtrnnrnis of the age, con tilnlnj the I'jlent Harmonic Attachment, Manuel Mlb lUv, Knee Swell, Onran llellowa, lUssl li.nl, JuhiUnte and Vox Haniana Tremolo all wat- raniisi. (.nurcnes, 1 eachera aivl llerjvmen Ilber ar a -avrsriaa t t I UJ" ',nit ,"h- AcenU wanted. Calf or enj for liAH it Br ! I rircnlan. ITircs foO to S730. A p.,1 orEin, 2 alCH, s,d; a oneorcan wlllifitoie, 915. A. J. VIELE, tieneral Aijent. 215 North Siath .Street, St. Louis Mo. oclt3.lt. til Leavenworth Plow Works. AT THE LAST FAIR OF THLSrOfNTV SI. tlETY Ihe. Hrst ITymiums In Ilo.s were flven lo th. unlrsilr&et, who are n.w rujiiuCte lurlmr and hav. lor sale, Herman and Ca-t Meet 1 low Ihoroughlr hardened, and Invite the aiun tloa of t armera and others to iheir werk. 1IOWLLL.V ntASli, CheroaernAir N-Tenlh-t., Iatenworlh. Jy?wtl JIA.N0X1C I'AI'Ei:. SCHOOL FUR5ITUBE. SCIIOOI. FUKXITUKK. IIARDWAUE AM) CUTLEKV. SEWING MACHINE LTXt-A.O'l? MEDICAL. o o t t r t JY TO T1IK ? r ? AFFLICTEU! A EEMEDT F0UHDAT LAST! IT WILL CURE YSUB CIHIH! IT WILL PRETEST. t CUBE CO.VAfAfTO.V. That Coach, which too an naxlaetlnx, may result In fatal ConsorapUon, if aoma prompt Bemedr U nat TuaA. Why sacrifice youx Ufa when yoax Dis ease can ha cured ao vOck. anil at so amallacpstt Wnlutkt Valuta Mmtty Win cvmiartd to HmlUL Allen' IsHbsj BsiIhsiss, Is warranted to break up th. nmt trovUesstiie Couch in an inrrediMr abort time. There Is no rrrnedr that ran show more .videnre .f real merit than this HAUSAM, lor rurios CoNficxmow, Corniis, Oilki, Avriiaa, Caorr, Ac. It ia onlr about aeveo years since the Balaam was fiitt offered to the puMic; and in thia short Ubm It has lsmie known a&d appreciated ia nearly every town and vUUjsethrovcbout the United States and the Itominion of CanaU. Hundreds of thousands tf bottles are annually sold, aad tboassadsof tlt nessra tesUfy to lu unequalled power la baallas ta dieaes that it is recommended lor. iTUlliriiLtWTOTiriaOST&STJClTKCBrLDl it covTAm so onus a aht rouii It la Sold by abOctaa Daalan Oeaanlryi CAUTION. Call for "ALLES-g LCNO B.VLSAM." aad shun the urn of any other (Wans, aa unprincipled men -but deceive yon wit their m aialakaa preparaliona. CAIXFOS,AIJgSIJI,TaTATJATaT J.K.HAKaUSC0x--ia4, CISCKfXATT, O. roa aaia; ar GEO. A. EDD1V rEXICK A LOVESO- CDUJNS FKOS Leaveawerta. -St. Joseph. FULU B, FTNCH A FCi octiooawii BUCHU. There ia no tonic like it. It Is an anchor of hope to the surgeon snd patient, and this is a testimony of all who have used or prescribed It. N)M St Drrsgtote aa Dealer ETerjrwhere. Pric$lJ25-Bottle, or Six Bottle. forS6J0; DELIVERED TO ANY ADDKESa DaKTibs syatpiaaas La all eoauaaalcalloBa. ADDRESS H. T. HEJIB0LD, iCkeaUcal WarelMaave, SSi BB49ADWAT, Tf. T. WE AKK AIM) rRErAKEIl TO lXR-MslI FIRST CLASS Organs fc Pianos. All hliU e sate sre iuexl from th ST. LOUIS OFFICE, Arid th nsue r. J. eiciiaeds joiif rntovrK. J. F. KICII AltnS A COM HiRDWIBE & COM, Kubber and Leather Eeltlnf, Fence Wire. aor-scr roa RoliHonl H'hrcllHS niln. JohnDeere's Moline Plows, MACNrUI. A I'UIIAN'S FIRE-PROOF SAFES Buckeye Reaper and Mower, Monroe Grin Drill, CANTON, Oe, Sweepstakes AULTaUN & TAYLOR VIBRATOR Threshers We have the lst asirtiiieiit of K-A. I ItllVTCIvEs SCiVI.KS. In the. Mate. All Wart Ikmi, Hay and M.sk t-rale is.Id l.y us will ls"s-t n without extrarharge. Our slurk of IROIT AND STEEL, BLUjI-WS, ANVH.SVIR, .-., I" iDMri-KTt Thraltt-olionofMcrrhanti I call-! to our stork snl pn-". Onler" st'lintnl ainl iiii(llf fiI1l. Corner TUrd and Delaware Streets, LEAVENWOETII, ES. SXaDaN-wEr smit: PCnUIIKR, MASUFACTUnER, A WIIOI.K salf 1-,-alerin School IlookM aad Nlallanerjr (ii;nl's A Mitcl.-ir-- Srlv-.l Ma-, 4)nvnls (;-. Craihi-, CiUit-r-. .bo,l atvl lffir r'urnitur, lmtr-, TaUU. (Iisrts. lbikMibksl Apl-AratiLiol sll klu.4. WRAPPING FAPEB, BAGS, &c, NO. It IELAWAl:K.STKKI-n', Lea en worth 11 jr, KaBtan. SriTTI.ionljexcIiiir(rNrh.IFuniUhiDliiri lltf tal.--si tfehltisil'KiwAw KAST POWDER. IN The FreeinaMon for IS7I. rniiE i..m;csT miminic aioxxni-r iVnUini tWIno fliiii tin Craft In all ram uf tTw grot-. 11 HfirtW rf-Miw-r .titan sil U th ..-31 of tl Craft errrywheTr, atl nt cuulinM t -ttf or lasnility. Eath niimtTfm.!t(- la luIf. atuplt rislfi nt frr. Kfffj Master Man In e fanliiia. suthorirvl t st sa stfnt In -fnillnic i"itcritl.ti. Ah runt mlr to club afDti If l-irrt, sn-I in all n- s copy --nt frw- tusuch ifntt, lfn4tttIot Ctl'B RATES. Clahsof ten U tttt-niy.- , , , nuls-of twrotrt. nny. , , , t-. Huii- of fiflrnrrtnifa - Mnalsuli-rrilaT wi Xam mT laMr.l st any t !. in thejrarat tlub raUs. Hack Durutn -uph-i. .VMn-. H. FftA-iK 1HLKT, UVUrs ly -nulsion to Juhn II. Hn.wn, K--., (inin. Ma-t-r. n.tiw WAlaM:ir l-LMMKN.,-,rK Uth-onIy srti tit kn.wn to, run th White, it will curs tnmvrj ca.f J Ivrr . tlw Citmly In which this imfr tant Dilirine nt wantnl 7 Mother, thl Is ths irrvate-'t lltsin.: errr oift-ml you, aivl youihouLt lninitllatrlf nurtf it. It U als sure cure Cm (ntatf lrnTfijbnU-a aoI hist I? IeniiIe4l np In orssr sna hsr tha nhatntntv rtii ru rnaatit irV. Mructr. thnmchrvl! urdL-va.-. SoH hy dnuoiitss. iTiortm i niiar. iirsrat oy tnaiioa rwsiptef ud IVlUr srl a iiusrtrr. Aini;&vs 9 TATn st , cmaxoo. msylSwUrt Dr. Smith's Electric Oil. LE(.MI. 3T FOR SALE. GKK.iT ItAIK.ll! STOCK FAIJM. F, K .ALE IX LYOX COUNTY. NEAR EM- I'OUIA. l0srr- exrellrnt lan-I. Imi'mrf-I stone hoti-e, 12 rvm. la-t hou? in Nuth- em Kan-a- -UiJinc for 1 horse, stone rmli, larzeuntAiIintCsprioK for k, p-l well, a mo-.t Itirit-lv home, eterythinff pir;iaresl to han-l for livlr,? romfurtably, anl making money. All t'T tht small prire of $-50r half, orlf-s than half what the improTement cost. An-lr to A. A. in;iNr-OTllAM,;i..l E-utf-AEent,'o.9, IM sware street. larenworth. twi2C-lAw vaSlTsS laannSawfl w mnlc.aslh.HTAMilRn HtKI.M. POW. Ill K. sal tho nest article prrparcd fgrmaaina- llaht, wh-.lesea. ant 4rllriiws Brsf I ITS, lOI l.s, BKi.tO, I.KIDIILE an.1 cither CAEIs sav. an. It 1. )nr.llil0e. sn-1 al.vi. rea.lj for ImneaUI. use. Thotest li:T l-UvTDEKrurawcnlaagNLA T.irilJES to liT TIRT OK TIIBfJUMIK- Jt is rnsiealcal and rr.sia.IeaL Ml IViTK 01-limit I'liLl'IKI II WITH IT. SsAl.ievv.kev bj I.KtH I Us, MIIIM H IM1U m'.l ll'at.lllv. lXX)Lnf Jt RROTHEH. Mannfactsrcrs, wiictEiiiciirnrT. go xrtrTtti:rrr. xtttr-rrzx. MEDICAL. SEWIX(J SACIIIXE. TVilloox Jb Gibloa SILENT S E W I X C. 91 A V II I X K . X05E ASK OEKUIKE vans aaas up la steel giand .lauyw; vrltk Be sbaik of bj Chemical Wananaasaadnfn H. T. BEUtBOLD. anvaAAwTl - WR. aOBIKBOy, DraTlBT. ADXTKIS . TBI tihaaaa Orals. OOea 1M Oriawmr. stmt. DorUaVar, harm Faarth aad Fifth Stt. oruinawiy GOTESSXEXT CLAIMS. IS. SPALDIXO. P. O. lackaaziat. WaabiaaXoB. D. a. col. lectssll daaBB efjatt clstea against UV Catted aaas a saaavu pssovaa m it af lanaaftaat alaradoafd aovento daiantroaitb. ."wr1 T-aAXi-BOfECAUllC EfOCtE FOUR X- l) karat Apply at this RILL BXAM. JLMTTK HKADO, Ac.Ac G. STOCXHAaT, It CHOatrsOPATHlBT. 'O-. W"ra stnav, aov7 A XOavSAir, DEALD8 IX BOOKS A , aa. UTTsaaiaisslisai, aaar Fifth. at, Waunaar, Ac A. SUMNER Is used is a trade mart on all Goods soU. CsUloene with full ileserlptlon of all the stjles of MACHINES, OtUiANSsnd 11 AN OS, sccti-ust-paid on spplicstlon. Distant pnrchssers can send orders hy mail after consulting the Catalogue, snd I sunt sf rereUing precisely what they order. Those who patronize us may l-a-tired that we will TAKE GOOD CARE Of every Machine or Instrument sold hy us. We offer our goods st prices Within the reach of all, and on better terms than any other reliable House. SEND FOB CffiCULABS. SEND F0K2CIKCULAES. OFFICE Jt SALE ROOMS, 4IS Tf. Fins .Street, ST. IrOVIN. ISSSce Si Delaware Street The-hest FAMILY FE1VIS1! MACHINE in the YVoilJ. Ij.llrs trjr theiu. OOee 103 1-2 Dslaware-st., Learenwortli. i w. usur.r.wdon, General Ast for Kansas. 5P"VctntK "Wniitvil.'sa niv2Lw .KIM' AII.U LGATENWOS1TM, alia KANSAS. PUBLIC 50TICES. Notice of Final Settlement. ' THE STATE OF KANSAS, LsUTBXWOSTH COCXTY. In tfie Probate Court, In and for said County. In the mailer of the Estate of) Willvd P. Gimbeil, Pec'd. CnEDITOBS AKD ALL OTHEC rERSONS interested in the aforesaid Estate, are hereby notified, that at the next molar term of the Pro bat Court- In and for said Count t. ta he beenn snd held at the Court Boom, in theUty and County of LeTrcworthf Sa&te of aforesaid, on the fine Monday In the month of January, 1871, I shall snply to the said Court for a fall and final set- UCnirllv, Ob BaUU tiTJir. JUAAaVAll UAXttlvlAa, Aum'rx of W. P. GambelL Isx'd. LsSTenworth City, Dvc. Tin, A. V. 1ST0. 4ec9w4w 4iicch of Ihe Ko.ith ! Only f;ifciNESTi:ALn Hi:TAr.LE;i:isT Mills for Corn .Meal, Wheat HsMiriDif and Nort Fen!, Ibittinfi Apiaratiw, mnltrn. Corn bhfller. H-ir 1-arkrrsian.l MiU U'orL, faonerally. it.- Mill wrre tirtmi to 'upjly tin" want of t!t I Ian ter anil t fc rrtwerot theHith. Iiit tln-ir fDM ha HTrat t eTeryuarlr of tin flotse, ail they are now nI I sni niin I nrnf-, .iia, Ai ria and N-uth Amrir-i. To upjly the iiwiva-'ins lniand if hare rnbrjr.1 oir Manu fartory atI Md TaliiA4im-iv-Ytvenrnt to thr MilN. A herriofore, our 31 lit will l lwlt of tholce BairlUork. rfWtnl at tbQiarriin rranre. f-tyi t-r I-r-tv-nrttTel'jrjf.liU-l.nUinlrrTrrati.--on MiIIiUsT. ent ly mail frre. Al ln-a, IAC.STILrp. Y.. Cor. Front an-1 John t., Cincinnati. O, irtwlll OK. WIIITTIKK. AUFfaULAU JILIUATK OF Mr MnNE A I1l'l.ni3 at office will show, has Itvn lonprr entrace! in th treatment of Yvnercsl vmal -. iTH-ato ii5t-a.ies thin any other physirUn In St. Ieiii. j. bill, w.rThfa, (.Wt, Stricture, Orchitl. Herni-t an-l lUiptum: all Urinary li aivl Syphilitic or Merrurial sffTtions of the Throat bkinor ItinaretmteI with unparalU-Ied surrc.-, pennatorrha, .svtial IMiiliiy snl Imp!-nry, a the mult of If-at.ue in youth, sexual eicee In maturer years, or other causes, and which pro duce nme of the follow ins; enrt, as nortBroal emiioa. hlotrhes, deMIity, dltzfne-s of sight, confuMon of hleas, eil trttlin5, serion tthe variety oflVnialm, Ions of memory and sexual power, and rendering marriage improper, are permanently cured. The Ioctors opportunities In hot-pltal aivl prlfate practice are uo-urraed in St. UmU or any other city. Back fiIof hu Louis pst?n profsthathe has been lneatr-1 thers lontrer hr vnn thin anr other so mlTertuing. Th esUblisbment, library, llxratnry and appointments sre unequalled In th "Vet, uniarpaWd anywhere. Ae, with eiperi nee, ran lj reliel uion, and th lAicsnr ran re&r to many physicians throughout the country. In p. sucre-a and present position he stands without aenrnpetitor. The Writings of a Physician whose reputation la Union-wide hou.d be worth reading. Ir. Wbittler publishes a MeIleal iMmphM rrlat- ii- in irnfrrai ui.eaMa ana ine aussinHiv sni Publlratien AoU-rc, hTATK OF KANSAS ITfiiwonh.County, j In th- In-trirt Court ot the Hrl Jit-Iirial luHrkt of thtjlMatrof Kan4. fittlnj in t.u, Ctanuty .f I-arn worth, lssail Mate. l-.Urt Mcltratnoy, 11-1 mill, 1 . f Itstse E. Eaton, fieorgn Jt-wrtf snailUpfll J. Jcwrtt, I la-lVn-ljnt I -tH,TIIKAWVF..VMK!llir.nJ JrwKiT " I are hrrehy nxititiol that y.m, to;-thrr with theolherdclenlant4 aUift nsmrl, haie lrn nei by the at- nanml plaint lit, li.f-rt Mr.raltiey. intl.f sloTemrntiHi CiNirt, anl lhat -ant tlaintfflhaslniiaidCt.url, U- M- -Iitum it. Ihfal-.Teentille-lartionaainvt you and tl.otlWr lcttlantalTe nanil, are! that mi mut an swersatd petition on or !- th-rMh .lar ..fJo uary, A. K 1S7I. orsai-l liti..n wilt be'taUna true, anil jiidfinient rrilTI arniplinly tf Ifn followln? nature, tn-witj That th mi1 plaiutiif hare an rrrnrer of a in I from oi tltf filllt.wjo rl--rtilnttia-Ur LiimI If inland Wncin the Canity of sTrnwortb. and Mate ,f kin-at, namt-Iy Nrtion 1 aivl 13. In Township 1?, ol ILinve ?, -.U l-ftnz est of the ftth principal nwri-lun, ami for thedrlirrry of h- r-e-.ion tlr.f tohim, stvl damage for rrnti t-aaiieaanvl proCtt theitoby yu rert-i-r-l. snsl ilamif-- U-r the withhMlii.-ol --eislon of -aid lain I- fmn tt plaintitt, ail f r n-rwn-4-4 by tiitu inrorrl lit an. I alnr.it tti- rceoTery of the -rsion -f -mid land, an-l 6t tlie cu by sH plain US cilul- In u,l artin. titti3thi!ay or iKis-mi. tZ lilkll'lil tv IhiUil n tRTft. l:lWiiL! A IIUITTON. CI.on.II A WIIILVT, Altomey for lis in till. Taried conv-iuences f sell abuse, that will be -ent to any a-Mr- in a --alel enelojie for two sumi-, It contains full -ymptom lists that will enable tho-- ailc ted to dctrnUne the nature t their com plaints an.1 jrfTe a written sUtetuent of their ca-a-s that will anwer alcuvt as well for tbeisurposeof treatment as a perwrnal fnterrlew, but where It is eonrenierA the iVrtor should I consulted per-n-ally. ItLsrlf erldent that a pbj-niHan who roufioes himself exrlu-irely to the -tily of a certain class ol dl-eases an. I treats thou-andsof ea-es every day, mut srquire greater skill In tliat sp-tlalty than one in ceneral practice. Many physicians rrn-znizinic this fact, Intmluce jaatients to the doctor after read ing hi pamphlet. Communications confidential. A friendly talk willeoet ou nothing. Offlce cen tral, yt-t retiml No. in St. Chaxl street, M Loui, Mfi. Hours 9 A. at. to 7 P. M. bun-lajs eirepteI. AlHiialrilraferM Male or ltv.il 1.TOT1CE W IIFTIf-TtV ftVPV TlUT tut- il suts-cril-r, A.Irainl-trat..r JebmuM-, nf th K-tatf f J. Jt. IVterin-, :rea-sl. will mtII at public salt; at thed-ur of tbe Court IIo41m, In ths CItjrof Ieavenworth, st2ortk in ihaft rik-n ofratunIsy, the l?th dar of I-vrvniber. A. I. ll7-, thefolfowlufde-Mrilsed I-ral lvtateitiutf-ln U-3T-rn worth County. Kansas, to wit- Th Mouth half of the northwest quarter of - rteren, town ship ten, rane twenty-one. (The . f th- n. w. of sec. 11, town. ., raofv 21.) TEKMi Ca-h in han-1. W. P. im.F.K. A IminMratrator MfWB-jayw, oi inertaitor j.;it. llcLnn, ileej. nosl7dltw3w IT C1RK SICK HFAtOIE 11 TWITTT tulnuteo, IVafh. NUt Kheum, Itheumstlsav rylprlt. Plies, Croup, NewrsJas, Cankers, ft4 ons Iturm, Cuts, A-. Twenty drops lns Unnft bae. K sU-ohol, Cap-Jcum, Camphor, or waut la It. Frnni the Lsryest Prue IIue In B.ton. We have sld a Isrve quantity of DIL bMITIPS 1-Jectrie Oil, which tpkcnof with unqussf 6e.I prai-i. i o-l rep.rts fhini every bottle. WEFKS A nTTFR. Wh'ItsAl' PniniL-t. 131 H'o-hingtou-st. , Bostssi. Thousands of I JIar ars lt In time hy 1sxtsssb snd bu-inew men, when a tVw llmw eipeivlM for thepmiM-r remetie at the right tlnte, would havs nvt-i all jtain an.1 trouble. Ialn Is but a friendly admonition, and nature warns us In tims. Soass turn are skepuru! aivl -elfish, others hopeful aivl nenerous none have the richt to dir-vmrJ thsssf tVnnitchiM or the Mvrfr Ignorant. The rich sas, travel 1-M tuH sol ski; $1,000 Cass, curs or a cur. But WHat of tHe Poor ? When on earth. Christ Invariably commended every iroo.1 work; the set of the lio.! Namaiitan, ansl all usfUl an.1 vficit-nt laltttr for man's ssi4 rrativn. anst Ke.Ievotr.1 lU-every waktOff boor n un'-riiin eii.tri- n time tr tuAiitiniui. ntuii fiiltn aivl petty, Jealmy. In that p'rit houll every one wcleonis a real tfnefftrtion, Itkel'B titLrTIA It wmis 'Elec tric 011." of 1-hilT.Mphla. a renisllal unhk. any "tba-r liitown, a to attract tbe Instant noiictjvf iiMdlcal n-n tx I all suuVrvn. The jrrcat cures daily mad aro not Tn.r-.Cw IOUS. an. yet -seem like enchantment. C.DsiJur atIeuinhvta larrn offered for the prearaUtn anl m. tlalT oetl as hfj;h as IW U J tuttlffS) In a finale dy. Thl Electric 011 1 Jw-t what It purports to be. Nile-rptit-n mi mlnorr-may be tried on tne spot- It. Smith frequently cures men anl women, I- t.-r- an-l Ininri-t. MtnUter an.1 Law yer of dratthtv '"kk lIes.larh-, within?! ml nut, in the Iruj Morr-, when ebr - appearataU ths allilrhe-k. lh ry- hrTjln ts brtrfhlrn up, asvd cbwrfuli'- take the place of abjort mlery. It b true that Ir mllh s,1ertles very larrsJ jet, evr that by no -. abne aceounts for suia ni-H inl runttnitoii ifemantl. Th oil cures. which thepI- And out. rR.fit A ARXTKOWtf, f CleeUn.l-4Id tj3 Utttlri In ontay. WskksA I't.rrri, thrn.innt Inttta-1'L of Ii ton, s.Mi in a day rK U'eiwcb, of Akron. t.. dusen, Aivl otlhT In priortion. From the largtt ThTi Hou- We-t of St. Louts. rT. .mErif. J-arrn ii. I'kt. SaiTii rifa-eVnd u3ndozen small snd 21 dozen Lrj;e lw of jiwr El-ceric ith" It has m fie a nitiuVr of cure1 here and stves eonl Mils-tu-ll.ni IIA11DY A 0. Itcurt- an.1 lhat Is why It H, Phoidetch. May 1. I'k. Samr I-ar .tr W jr entirely nut of Ivvtllar evifft.f ysur 'rJeririe -ajX.'" Stit n e.njt Utttlein thetre. Snl fivo gro- Hrp and im fT'r -mall. 1 e are having larce sale. Vourttruly, J l:UII A ftO.f, Doctors are Usins it. Isrr-oit, Ort. 2?, ir.. I havn-I Or s'milhS Ltretne hl, aI fit. I it I the l--,t mrdiflue ever ilwl f.r dente,. tin. I. Whitfocu, M. P iTverv'-t-lr kuow IIaRtoisarB Ijn-of Mraioen. Ut 2-1 yean ) Aent f P-p.ss AdailBiMlralrU Sale. THE UNHEItI(;NhP, As AUMIM; of th Estate of A. M. Ntwyer will on .AT.:iT. larrat bell rouMiitr. UEtt$, r rxaMchci 1 m 1-37. nnekrjrc Boll FonntJry, Chnrth, Academy, Fsctorr. Farm "Fi re-Alarm, TMU. mad- of Ptbe Pru. Mrrax, lCoc-per anl Tin.) warranteil in quality, tone, duraliltty, Ac., and mount-! with our rm-nt InrEnvrn ITaTio Haninp." Illustrate I ratalocti- sent frre. VANDLZLN A TKT, UfZ an. I'l Ea.-t N-cood -irrvrt. Ciotinnatl, Uhk HtSIXESS CAKUS. JAMES A. C0WLES, .A. ttornoy at Xaa-vv7 Special attention given to Patent Law. aarjucax iid roanow fatxwts sourrren. aa-OfHon S3 AViuihincton St." OIICAGO. ILUXOLi. ivll MANHOOD! WOMANHOOD! Explaining; who mat, and who ouzht not to marry. Exee-aiie ssnal excite. nwnt-ITS CAUftM, with n-e-Iful advice. All that is worth knowing about PREVENTION. A l why so many of Uth sexes have PIMPLES on the face, Ac.; aivl rfvlnx sufficient reason why -half of the IWiziaJea, Id thl land of ours are I'KE MATCKKI.Y INI-IIIM. If my auree-tions were folfownl by all, oVath by 0NU.M1TION w.tiM decrea-e one-half In a slnzl (Teneration. sTaTNo father of a Cimlly ran atTonl to la- without the in formation. A'No younz roan but ought to r-a I Manhood.' ?ITo. vounx latlr but on-ht to rea.1 'Womaiih.srBL' Thy sre f-iund ffsrately sn, -n.t preii.1, l,y mail, .jCLICK fKOM OH-.-KUVATH .. at 15 cents sacb, or l-th Uv-tber for a?S rent. CLAKK VVHITTlilK, H. D., 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis. Who hav sriven a lHVIon special attention to tin treatment of all ex- rrlatin to thealsove, renutr ln rolical Interfort-nce. n-l has l-n IJiNOLlt UK7ATt.il IN ST. ULI than any other Chronie IH-ee lhjsician. !ad his work andjtHlfor yourelvr- Office Htur 9 a. m. to I p. hi. ; 2 to (land 7 t'tO p. m. wVLtw Monday the 19th day t December. 1870, Atth.ofBe of Ibe Northwestern Mntiitl Uf In suranr. Compuiv. at No. 7 Ik-laware Unit, up stairs, la th. tllr of imenworth, k'.n... Ihe Mtowlr,; rervnal pmr.rtj ofsabi tleeeasel will 1 MM at Public AlietHn for eash, a irenaral awr. ment of Law I'siriss an-l ooe U'ritivh Iiesk. rai. to eotumeOM at lfti'l.ki m -lATtTna C. SA -rvr.u. ieellttw .t-lniinUlntriv. T MIST. STKAYt:i. Acnvr or mi.mi-m mzk. has kh:iit born half hn.keoll. left ear split. hereJir Is l.rown, wbitaiel vvllow in Laen..u. has white i-tt In lier fijreheal. h. I. rone al.eil sia weeks. A literal rewarl willl pal'l for tbe rs'uru of the cow tome, or anr information leal' Ser re. eoverr. JOHN P. finnsmith, corner of Math an brt si-. nor2lw?w White Swelling Cured. ALnaiT, rwember 7, fi. ith. Pbilalel.hia IeavWrr Ywir El-v-titeOil ennsl niv n. .ho wis S.r two years Dn.ev the rare of an eminent phT!c(vn, arel elven nns rrl..le.H.rllf. Mul.l J f. IIARCDt'lrT ;I.Trrrov, Tkx.s, Marrh Jff. lis. 5imt Ymir IJerllie Oil 1 SfUln4 woll Th klhr si. ..lis let hero. Ss nl mo 2t ihjeaa ofestbne. Voniv trnlv. . .r.o. a. r.iiT,ir "W-Ilf)I.I-A.I.T)ji;inr7C3TS i. DPaire if Paint, Oils, Window Glass, Pateat Medicines, Manufacturer and Proprietor of EDDY'S STIJIE OUTtF nxxxiT7iviv.TznM. otr iirvr for I.KAVF.X.VOItTII. KAXStS. 31 Irv'luwHrc-at. KEKOSKNK L.V.NTERN. FOR KALE. rviiui phi: 1? l SAM130 .UTHH l'I!All!ll Improveil. A few mibs from palrtutiunt Mi. tion, Leavenworth Coantj. 8l.M'iea.hlown. J. A. IILAI KMAX ralrm.tint. kansa. an-tl.tvw eouplote tsrice-io srrriAL sonci..v HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE MiW -natter. contains In everr nun.tr-r nn lory value. at $Ii. lortT rusr-v ftf Yearlr jl. Soll br N-Wevl-le i 10 rents pr efapy. .'-pleodi-I lremnru. ?"stf rah U l award-d f.r pnx rhils. b-isrimn e.iT frre. Addns-H.. WsH, NewlHirah. N. V- ..-tlsw 122 121 mPSCs Oui r 1 1 ""K5m It nVE CENTS ADDITIONAL will tuv hs with silver or ropner tlr-. whUh will save lhrl.n;erlhepnreofanew.rofh-ies. j Comiare.1 with rafTe.1 I an.1 .tin. .t.h.. they are beautiful, loraf the leaat. I'arents. ttv it.' sepTwlzr $1,000" PER WEEK Can l-e mad-jon the uulet. br tartir wltoare un to . snul..witlMit Intertenn; with sthr hw-in. ' J11 M Tubular KEROSENE LAHTZRIf. Mfaiuiiiii mem. OTEK KOJMtt aoM laal year; vnaal this maaa. arataa. rttETlBESa. keavy. The gresl saaerl rltr of Is. Tabalar Is sat tle4. rronlevOllltrlTra t. lee tbe llaht f ar atatf Laatera; Its Cua. la nake4 lea la a araala Ikaa .then ar. la aa ma las; It save, eaaaf k la Ml aa4 Cl.be. I. par fr Ilwir la a alaal. .later; It raanol be mat. to beat r tab. Ir aa all .ther KeroM. Liateraa .flea (to, aa. kaata lataraaat men slieillhelraaaaalln'e.aaar.val. IIUasaaA a. tie bent Lard Oil Lutrra.aaa'.lveatkrastlam the llaht at oae-nftfc tk. mk Wis aa. nU. InifroieibibanlBa. rtrisln It j ill saalns a.le br tniClt.0 SArra COCbleas, ni. IIOI.TIXG CLOTHS ET ' ,..' '? "T. "I,h ,0 int,rn Ix, reader, thaf Th-. Wonderful, or any other man, has discovere-l a reine-ly that cures consumption, when the lunss are half ronsume'l, in abort, will cure all atmm whether of mind, body or eelans, make men Uv fcrever, and b-ave death u play tit want of work and is dnujoed in make oar aoManary ipberei "T'" s"', "-uKn neaven iiseii snail re t a aide show. Ton have beard enosEh of tha. kind of hnmbuserr. Hut when I tell yoa tint it. .sKe- a laurrn iieavsiy win rsettlvvlyrure toe wont raw. of Catarrn in th. Ileal. I only avert that which thonnndv ra. testify in. I will pa? Jjisi Reward Ptr seas, that I cannot cure. Aran phlet Kivinsvvmptnand other Information sent freetoany aldress. Thia remMy is SOLft BV MOST DP.rrjr.ISTS IS AIX rAKTS OF THE HORLK. Price 50 centa. hentby mail, pnetpael, on re ceipt of siaty cents, or tir packs?., for twodoi larv Eeware of (OCVTCarurs atel worthbw. ina- i tatlons. . that my prlrat. ftarop, which is a I ynni- jwtramlre e enovwievv, U opon In. ontawfe .wrapper. Rememlvr that thia prirat. Atamp, b sncl by tb. United States feovemment eipreaaty foratampins my mellcinea. has my portrait, nane i and address, anl tb. words "U. S. Cenificat.rf (ernuinenei..' enexaveal upon it, and need not be mUUkeu. In't be swindled by travellers aal other rcpresenlisz themselves aa tH. &se; Xam the only man new livins that haa the bnowUel. and rlsbt to manuSKturc th Genuine Dr. sir? a SaWSl baM'Sl' Catarrh Remedy, and I never travel to sell tit? meuicirre. u. . naBCC X. U. nnviiUvrCl ia Seoeca-rt., Buifalo, . T. ijwarlorS.-'?:' i Send for Prices and Samples. WE WILL PAY AGENTS A salary of $13 ran wr-ta or allow a Lrsi roniLls- Sion bi evil ,eir new Invention.. Addrem J. W. HUNK A CO., Mar-hill. JfMb. nov3I3 EsTABtlUIED II ly. WELCH t GRIFFITHS Saws! scrcrjor. to all oth er. Axes. Fllei. Cut Steel. Sill rnmliKinc. and aacfilaery. 3-Cet the EC3T, they will rrove thecLrapnt."Sa PntcsrediiceJ, Screl f -r JWce Lt and arralira. ! a OESTS TVANTED-Jtt A MONTHl B," WELCH A blUtFITllN t A the AJIEElCkX SXITTISG LVCinxr de.IJA-131 Barton. Ma.or Uetroft.Mltb. , BSTjuSTor St iH. Ho. tSlj WASTED. MAKKIAGE GUIDE. Bvnsr oxn iik o:r.v IXsTTOIU A pTirate InMntctor tt marrrlVl ja-rw.ft-i ,r thn-w alioultAh-'marriewl.laf.thmaleaR I (Wnuf-. inevrj- -iiMlvstem, aivl th pn-irtU-n ant piventls I r-f orT-prins, Inclualinx all tlia- nw li-cnvenea never mvrn m tne tjiiLsh unyoae. br IV f. TOL'Nt. M. I. Thisf-mtlfa vTr.if.Is.-.a.i i- teretiDa; work. It h written In plain lan-riaje tr thcsenral reIr. anl is illu.-ira-l with numeT ou enra tines. All TMirrgnaiTtMp.pb, ortlf-w rrmtemilstin? marrlaty, ail hjvintr the b-at 1m pMiment to marn-l Iit, shoul'l r-vl thii lk. It lt-el-avs -ert that every fane-Wilt - arnuaintetl wlth;tillitlalr'.k that muM U Um-. upnl n--t lie sl-it the hnn-. It will ! -ent t anr al-rfr-- n reelr.t f 5ft cts. AMre4 Ie VM. Iiiijf-. o. l',''nicehtrertataovKcurtb, I'M,- aiUphb. -jetsiwm TML TIIOMIOX. riIVlriAS- tn trn XJ t;Eo. (nr-.v.,.?F r-rt ituistinz. Finn street, rr. f fbenky, m ril-t M. K. CTsoreh. sJ m. v T r atss W DTRECm BY m e-t LO Ul Iu.len. Jl d-..r west IvKw BA5KEBX. A. X. CUB, Itandent. wa. r. BOJL15D Caahier. SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF WAYEXWOirrif, Bajf and fr-lls Government Bondsv qj . e.n Teral Lankinz buaioesa frblTJAwtt' F0U.VD. pocXD. stb.vtei rrr-os njnxc iMt itu. r.i... it..i ,r tor kind, mar Snd the aame by forwardini a rainnle Jfrl(';B "' flock, with addre- of owner, torn, at Jarminalo". Atchfwn County. Kansas. AVer Term raaunabJe. JyKwll THOMAS tEr.-0-V. VsrvrrJOB PBTSTISO WEST OF THE -B sT-iS-K VEB AT THE TUIU JOB sSuttt