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THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TlMJfig; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, ltfaj: "
- -is iii i & u &. . ' I I! i. fc rn i" i r t-v dtlu iinus TnLiKDW.ocrronEKrj, isti. Ex-Seckctaky Sfwaud lia arrive 1 at Lome from his trip around the orW. . TE Navy Dcjartment will wild a At t meet the Rirvian Oraml Duke. CLTTIVATt a 1.T ferfing. Sub-cribe for a home tatier. Su-tain home inJii-try. IIeskv N. Smith, who ni CoM-mith Maid, has $200,000 worth of trottim; horses in his stables The tide ol victory N certainly with the Bpublican-i this ear, which " -omething unnsuaJ, it lieing the otT-jear in olitif Neaw.V a fire y e-Jeniay inoriiiii";, irm r Shawnee and Sixth, owinj; to -i f.ul liiin ney. Clear out the flue. It. J. Jiuow.v, 1 Is'j , tin- lntggi-t, ha re turned from 1m la-Urii tour, looking Ut ler than ever. U'p mJirv tin- fiMMliir imlllleiianft.' of Joins H. Brown, J"-i , in the city again. He returned yesterday from Baltimore- . M. J'AK.- aJverti-fi a large for of household furniture, Ac, for "ale See ad vertisement on Cr-t page. - Hakvey Allkx, K.-Q, ia candidate for ihe office of County Clerk. .Mr. Allen U an old citizen, lias filled many ofhet of honor and trust to the rati-'tirtion of hi conMit nents. The obnoxious Morni whiih mc tie Tenobficott about tlii time of ear, according to Mrs. Partington, ii l-ii-t yet put in U aiearanre this wde of the Mi ouri TitE Oswewo Retjvlrr njy that preiou to the breaking up of a camp uuitiiu in tliat region, a man lumed Ilitcr a- un luercifully ball what keil by one Jacolw, for too great familiarity with the latter' hou-e. THE different Ala-onie (irand lodii of Kansas will meet in Tojeka a- lollow-i this month: Grand Coinmandery on the IGth; Grand Chapter on the 17th; Grand Ixxle on the 18th. 11 T Cauk, Grand Secretary The Leavenworth Medical Herald and Journal of J'harmary for Otober hx- jut Ik-cii inned from the Times Book and Job Print ing Office, and i- filled with interesting orig inal and electel reading. On Wednesday the mercury of the tin r Blometer readied S'V in the -hade and 17 in the gun, with a Mrong voutliwtM wind. At 2 p. m. there wan but 20 reiu of at mospheric humidity, a dry it ver ;tt to be here. Thi will produce great fhrinking in fumitme. Killed. A horse runaway with Mr. John Onutou, of Pottawatomie County, lart Tin-day, who was driving with hu wife, ii.t the wagon, killed tiiui and injured hi lad -trioii-iy. Mr. O. was anEngli-hm.'ii, 02 yearn of age, and owned one of the Ut( fainn in the county. The tree plantation at Wilson, Ks.Fon the K. 1. road, is flourishing finely. It is econ omy in more nen-es than one to phut trees and especially for railroads, as in a few years they can have all the timlier for cro-s ties that they miy need. "Plant trees, thiy will be growing while you are -deeping," is old and good advice. obituary. Although the death of Mr. A. (Vdim was not an iinextiected event, yet the announce ment was received with sorrow by this com munity, where he Ind transacted a large and successful business for some time. His life was an useful one, ind in death the memory of his good deeds follow him. We learn that his remains will l interred it ('1111111 nati. His family in their U'reneimnl hue the sympathy of friendsand an unfading hope in tlie consolations of their beautiful frith Ilonir I'rom tbr llnul. A large party of lli-tern gentlemen, in cluding Gen. Phil Sheridan, Gen. An-on Stager, and other "pnitiiiiients," ptsswl through this city ye-terday morning fairly loaded down with the trophic of a two weeks' hunt on the plains. They were pro vided with a special Pullman car by the Hannibal & St. JomjuIi road. Kana Lily Times ll'mnesday. The contractor on the Chicago A. South western Bailroad, Irom the Missouri Bier bridge to Leavenworth, jays his hands ac cording to the odor of the skin and the amount of the work they do. He pays white men two dollars ier day, and negroes one elollar and .1 half. He mii-t be from Kentuckv. Cameron Ol-trrcr. Intellect is a good thing to have, but sometimes it doesn't go far enough. An Indiana cooper, finding considerable difhuiity in keeping one i the heads of a cask he 'waj finishing in its place, put his son in-ide to hold the head up. After completing the work mudi to his satisfaction, he was aston ished to find his Iwy inside the ca-k, and with no possibility of getting out, except through the bung-hole. A HAX named Frank Mackabee was found dead, hnging by his neck to tree, Friday morning, near We-tort a i-hort dis tance from Kan-as City. It is supiHt-ed that he was murdered in this manner by a party oi unknown men, for $000 which he had in hit possession the day before. There were .evidences of a desperate struggle for life on his part. His neck was broken and his tongue nearly bitten in two. The ground wasdeeplv indented and furrowed where he had been dragged to his death. Several notes and certificates for money in his pock et were untouched. He lived on Blue, and his remains will be forwarded to his widowed mother. His father was killed by the guerillas during the war, and his brother is in a lunatic asylum, having slain a man last year. Mackabee was a shrewd bu-incss man, and did not lear an evil reputation. No due to the murderers at this writing. The names of the killed and wounded at the falling of the bridge over Verdigris liver, I. T., are as follows: Wm. McMahon and Joseph Deckerman, killed, bodies still in the debris; Mr. O'Brien-Bacine, Wis., kjjl ed; James Sewart, Elk City, Ks., wounded in head and shoulder; John King, Tiffan O., ankle, knee and internally; W. A. 0' Connell and James O'Conner, Louisville hand and face; Thomas Fitzgerald, Chicago' knee and arm; Frank Johnson, New Mexi 00, breast and hand; Alfred Moest, Seneca, Mo, body and foot, probablv die; George Smith! Fu Scott, head and body; Wm. D. Green, Kirk wood, Mo., foot; Lewis Ieslie, St. Louis, shoulder and head; and J. M. Strickland. Several of the wounded are not expected to recover. Special earn. Our country exchanges this week allude to the recent excursion to this city. The Humboldt Statesman says: "Leavenworth Is happv and bibulou-. The Chicago .. Southwestern Bailroad is completed, and ii completion has been made an occassion -f great rejoicing at I-eaven-wonh. All the dignitaries were there on Wednesday, as well as the big bugs of inter nediate towns and dties, and President Grant and famaly." The Walnut Valley 2 imes continues ihu-ly: "President Grant and family, together with Chicago, St. Louis and a pirt of l'enn nylvany, were in Leavenworth last Wednes day to see the narrow gauge railroad. Grant slept with Senator Caldwell and was happv. The mayor of Chicago had to stop at 'a second-daM hotel, because he sleiit with bis boots on.. SL Louis and Pennsylvania staid up ail night lo dance, while our Governor Harvey deUveml the welcoming address. hfaw.wW return to Wasbiagton, and will vc: "st Matrimonial We clip the fo'Iowing editorial announce ment of the marmge of a leavenworthian, from the Bridgeport, Conn., Standard, of Friday evening. Sept. -Jth "At the residence of George Lewis, Old Mill Hill, ye:erday, at .'. o'clock p. ia., a nuptial knot was beautifully but Ftrongly tied by the Bev. J. G. I)aveniort, of the Park street Church. The tarti'"" rcort inter ested in the ceremonies were . Helen J. Lewis and Mr. Lyman Catlin. Mr. Catlin wis formerly a resident of this dty, but for a year pa.-t has been re-iding at Leavenworth, Kansis. The newly married were the recip ients of finite a number of elegant but ueful tireenL, among whidi was a $100 green back. The happy couple left last m,;ht for New York-Ten route for Ieavenworth, where thev are to re-ide. The be-t wMies of their large circle of friends actominny them.' Ilao lle.irlnNo nnj ItlslitH tlint Itrltrroare itiiiml Helped. Many erons, no doubt, ak them-elves this fjuc-tion. In fact, it is forced njKjn any one that isituii-elIedto tiaer-e the bu-ines-s B'.reeLsofanv citv. OAen wc hear drivers say to tluir horns', as we try to get out of their way, "Get up," as if the plex-ure of running ovir one was a treat. The fal is, peilestrians areentit el to the riht of way. But they naturally yield it from fear of inju ry. Lsualiy mere is no inic icu or a r- -on to stand on his rights in -uch a matter, and practically itis,therefort,acu-iom "more honoreil in the breach than in the observ ance." There are some who drie recklessly in thitf city, but since tlic pede-trian keeps out of the'way, there has leen no aeddent of late to reconf. Yet it rullles one's equanim ity to have to trot rom under the Kit of some high-tor. .1 hport's livery Bucephalus, who no doubt enjos the siort of dia-ing a fellow w around the corner. e don I lite it no we don't. That's our -entiment. itniiHHH ci 1 j c;ii The Kansas City papers of ye-terday con tain the following items City ofiicer- all gone to m. Loui', except the Mayor and Clerk. The "way the circular -aws were walking into the Texas steers at the packing hou-es yesterday wis a caution to all cattle. Detectives are hunting up a Io-t trunk of mudi value that has very mysteriously di--apjieared from one of the leading hotels. A supirious looking chap offered two fine hor-es for sale on Delaware street last evening, but em lieing questioned turned and put spurs to his hor-es and left A .Nicol-on iaeuient is to le laid down on Delaware -treet. The grain elevator is about fini-hed. One of thedailv tiaiiers makes a great fuss over it. A few evenings since a small party went from this city to Leavenworth to attend a dancing party. At the dejiot they took a li3ck to the -ccneof the festivities and were charged only 21 cents by the accommodating hackman. The gentlemen of the turty, finilin ltixurv o much chcanr than at home, engaged the hackman to fall for them at the clo-e of the dance. He did o, and upon delivering them at the depot charged them $10. Thi- was rough on the K. C. boy, but they paid it like men Journal. I. . I'. isll r tlifCrniiil Sire On Wednesday evening the Odd Fellows of thi- city assembled at their hall to wel come (irand Sire Stuart. Grand Ma-tcr Sharp was present, ind Deputy Grind Sire Logan welcomed the vi-itor, who was in troduced by Grand Secretary Burdett. A collation was servee., to which all did ample ju-tice. Toasts followed, which were re sponded to by the Grand Master and others. Among the l-e-t rc-pon-es was that of Dr. Stein, o Germania Icalge, who an-wered the seiitiiitiment, "Germany, and the Intro duction of Odd Fellowship." Introductions followed, after which the Grand Sire exem plified the work of the order, which oc cupies! the brothers until alma-t one o'clock. Taken altogether, ii was an agreeable episode in Odd Fellow -hip and we hope the distinguished vi'itor will have naught but pleas.int rectiUcLtinns of Leavenworth. Next year we heto have for the Grand Sire, a bright OJd Fellow from Ieaven worth, when -uch vi-its will cei-e to lie a noveltv Irliiuir3 Mcelillir ill t livt'lll KlrkniMM mid The call for the Republican primary meet ings in the tir-uing campaign, as now pub lished, does not state correctly the agreement in the Central Committee, with rcfereiie-e to Kickaio and I-tston town-hip. The fol lowing was the agreement, and the meet ings will lie held accordingly. A meeting of the Bepublican voters of Kick.iKx town ship will be held at the Junction School Hou-c on Tlmr-day, Oct. 12, at 1U a. 111., to elect twodelegatcsai.il two alternate" to the (ouuty (V.nvention, to K held in iA-aven-worth'on Saturday, Oct. 11. t 2 p 111., of the same day, and at the am place, 3 mass nieetiig of the Bcptiohcaii voters ef the Twenty-third Bepre-entative Di-trictj com prising Iltton and KiekaKX Town-hips and Fort Icavenworth, will 1 held to nominate candidates for the office of Representative and County Commissioner. On Fridiy, Octolier l:S, at 2 p. 111., the Bepublicans of Ka-ton township will meet at lj-ton and elect two delegates and two alternates to aid County Convention. Signed and publi-hed by- order of G. W. H. Moore and Shephcn Bobinoi), ineiiibors of the Committee. Bepublican jiapcrs please c y. m Shades of the mighty! George Francis Train's name in big letters parted on an empty whi-ky barrel. I'rolrslaul rjti:n As) I inn The Board of Tru-tees of the Prote-Unt Orphan Asylum met Wecne-ilay, Octolier 4, at the residence of Mrs. Stone, Mr. Bald ridge presiding. The several report- were read and adopted. Mr-. Young, Ch liraian of the Executive Committer, reported the following donations; From the Ijeavenworth Coal Company, fifty bushel of coal; gracs from Mr. Bivard: from Messrs. Cranccr and I'ndress, tinware; and crockery from Mrs. Smith; to all of whom the "Board de-ire fo return their thanks. There are at pre-ent six children in the Asylum, three having K-en re-ccived and two put out since the la-t report. The exjen-es for the lx-t month were $70 00 more than u-'ial, owing to preparatton for v-inter. The President appointed the following committees for the next three months Ex ecutive Committee, Mrs. Gould, In-Icy and Newman; Beception Committee, Mrs. Car ney, Borland and Morris. Mr. Baldridge staled that a report from the Treasurer showed a scarcity of hinds, and the necessity of an effort to repleni-h them. Accordingly, after due di-cuion it was resolved to give a public entertainment at Laing's Hall on or near the first of Novem ber, for the benefit of the Orphan Asylum, trusting that our friend- who have heretofore shown us such liberal patronage, will con tinue the sauie. In furtherance of this object there will be a meeting at Icing's Hall, on Saturday after noon, at 3 o'clock, to which all who are interested in the institution are invited to come; we need all the aid we can get, and desire a large turnout. The Board adjourned till November. B. L. Baidkiixje. Pres. of the Board. Mlts A. A. HlGINCOTIIAM, Sec Kwms MMp Temperance Soelely- The Kan-as State Temperance Conven sion will meet at Salina, Tue-day, Nov. 14, 1S71, at 7 o'clock p. in. rr.or.KAM.ME. Tuesday evening Temperance love fea-t; five minute sneedies. Wednesday forenoon Organization and gcnrral hu-iness. Afternoon Address, "Best Mode of Advancing the Cuu-e Tem perance, bv R. M. Over-lreet." Evening Address on the propriety of separate jvolitical action, by liev. I. txiyn ton. Further exerd-e-s at the will of the Convention. All temperance organizations, and all christian diurches throughout the Slate, are earnestly rcqueMe'd to -end three delegates eadi to the said convention; and it is l.oped that all ministers and officers of tcuiiranc-c sodeties will co-oerate by seeing that dele gates are appointed, and by attending the convention in person. We liope to make arrangements by which , all persons coming to the Convention on the cars will le returned tree 01 charge. Let us congregate in the spirit of eame-t work and raise up a standard that will lie a terror to our enemies. Ample provision will be made for the entertainment of those attending the Con vention, and a hearty welcome will 1 ex tended by the citizens of Salina. By order of the Executive Committee. P.T. Kmoabk. ChurBU. sJLqtouti IMPOBTAHT SALE. Iboronshbrrd Jlor Catllr, Nwlne, autl Fowls Col. C. B. Jenni-on to-day sends us the loter of his fourth annual sale, which takes place on Octolier 2 jth, in-t, a customary event with all the prominent breeders of fine stock throughout the United State Included in the lit, we find many hores known to fame. Among them we find the staunch and game race hor-e Iiniitr, chest nut stallion, foaled 1SC7, got by Imported Au-tralian, dam Luileme, by Lexington; Bosette, by imp. Yorkshire; Picayune, (dam of Doubloon, Florine, tcj, by Medoc; ,by Sir William of Transport; by Bobin Gray; , by Quicksilver; by OldCeler. This is a capital racing family; among their descendants we find the re markable Alalama, dam of Bay Dick, Red Ditk, Dickens, rtc Leinster is a light chc-tnut or sorrel, standing ipiite sixteen hands high. A head of medium length, and ery fine ear-, jointed; a full, sjiarkling eye. Hi- neck is lieautifully and gracefuily arch ed, running into shoulders of great depth ard obliquity; back hortand strong, with a well arclieil loin, clean, steel-like legs, good ,, lloofs cigar, and neat. In general contour a most beautiful horse, approaching jierfection in form and symmetry. His rac ing qualifications have been strictly in har mony with those of his entire family; when gaiueness and endurance were the requisites he was never found wanting. In a three mile heat race at St. Joseph, last fall, he won the first heat in the capital time of 0:43, and lost the race by falling. Through Picayune he inherits a valuable trotting cross, L e. that of Messenger, llirough Medoc, a son of Amer ican Bclip-e, a son of Duroc, out of Miller Dam-el, by imp. Messenger. He is an in valuable requi-ition to any stud, both as a g tter of race horses and trotters. Robert A. Alexander, of Woodburn, Kentucky, by whom he was bred, held the family in high e-teem Xext on the li-t we find the fine bred race and brood mare SojJiia Jenni son, chestnut, foaled in 1SG4; bred by Gen. Harding, of Xashvillc, Tenn.; got by Jack Malone", bro. to Pat Malloy, and sire of Muggins , dam Laura Williams, by imp. Glencoe; Jane Watson, by imp. Priam; , by imp. Blu-ter, t, by Wilkes Wonder." .by Chanticleer; ; by imp. Sterling; -, byClodius;- by imp. Silvereye; uy imp. Jolly Bocer: bv imp. Partner; by imp. Moakcy; imiortcd mare of Harrison, of Brandon She is a very game and speedy mare, and as a breeder promises to sustain the reputation of the famous Tennessee fam ily of 'Gamma," "Endora," "Epsilon," "Hennie," "Farrow the dam of Privateer," "Cordelia Reeil," "Bet Bosle, the dam of Horten-ia." Al-o TdAne Dunbar, bay mare, foaled IsCC, bred by Hon. Jas. A. Grinstead, of Iexington, Ky., got by imp. Bonnie Scot land, (sire of" Malcolm, Ontario, Regent), dam BrciuM (Haric's dam) by inip. Knight of St. George, Levity (Buric, Veto and legatee's dam), by imp. Trustee; Alaricand audal's dam, by imp. Tranby; Carlotta's dam, by Trumjator; Lucy (Dick Chinn and Blacknose's dam), by Orphan; Lady Grey (grandam of Lexington), by Robin Grey; Maria, by Melzar; , by imp. High flyer; , by imp. Fearnaught; , by Ariel; , by Jack of Diamonds; Imported Diamond, by Cullen Arabian; Gri-ewooel's Lady Thigh, by Painter; , by-Greyhound; Sosphonisba's dam, by Cur wen Bay Barb; , by Darcy's Chestnut Arabian; . by Whiteshirt; The Mon tagu Mare. In Tibbie is combined the high est and most fashionable blood ever imported into the United States. From this family de-cends the mo-t lamed and best racers of which the turf annals bear record. Among them we recall Lexington, Vandal, Helni lold, Selina, the lattter three year old, who this year ran a mile in the unprecedented time of 1:43. Selina is by Lexington out of Lightsone, and "he out of Levity. Tibbie last year, at St. Jo-eph, won a mile dash race'in 1:48, and the following day won a dash of two miles in 3.41. Her most re markable exploit was her close finish to the wonderful Ilerzog, when he ran a mile in 1:43 . The next is Sympathetic, bav mare, foaled 1SC7, bred by Willis Benfro, of Il linois, got by Piolitic, (son of imp. Sover eign), dam Syniiiathy, by imp. Scythian; Prunella (dim of Lizzie W.), by imp. Glen coe; , by imp. Hedgford; , by Cherokee; - , by Bellair; , by Pacolet. She was a prominent, game and fa-t race mare until siie met with the acci dent that compelled her withdrawal from training. Her dam Sympathy was the very liest race nag of her day. The next is lim ClarL, biy mare, foaled 1S5U, bred by B. A. Alex inder, of Woodburn, Kentucky, got by Lexington, daui Kitty Clark, dam ol Charlotte Rufonl anil Maiden, by imp. Glencoe; Miss Olistinate, by Sumpter; Jenny Slauimerkiii, by Tiger ; Columbia, by Colum bus; , by "Wade Hampton's Paragon; , by I uure; Maria Mammerkin, by imp. iiiiiir, imporieii mare -uo, uy iuo; Amarantlis' dam, by Second ; dam of Leeds, Fla-h, Topee, by Starling; , by Part- nes; , by Greyhound; , by Makele-ss; , by Brimmer; , by Place's White Turk; , by Dodsworth; This is a famous The Laton Barb mare. old staunch Carolina racing launly and in its genealogical branches manny fine racers are found. She is a fine brood mare. Mrt. U7n.-fuir ray mare, foaled 18C3, bred by R A. A., got I imp. Australian, dam Ann Clark, above. She was an excellent race mare and with the additional crosses of West Australian and Etuelia, by Eruelius through her sire Au-tralian, her pedigree becomes formidable in jioint of royal breeding. Xext is .ippire, bay mare, foaled 1S0C, bred by R. A. A , got by Ii-cape (son of Lexington), dani Ann Clark as above. She is a valuable brood mare, being deeply inbred to Lexing ton, of which famous race hor-e and stallion she has two crosses and Iveing now in foal to Veto, a -taunch son of Lexington, the off spring will have three crosses of this disting-ui-heil four miler. All of the above mares are in foal to Veto. Al-o to the fine racing filly OuirU offered. She was bred by Hon. Jas. A. Grinsiead, of Kentucky, chestnut in color, foaled 1SCS, got by the r -mrm-d race hor-e and stallion Lightning, dam Charmiwu, by imp. Sovereign; Charmer, by imp. Glen coe; Betsey Malone, by Stockholder; , by Potomac; , by imp. Diomed. This is a very di-tingui-hed racing family, especially famed for the great number of four mile races won by Charmer and Betsey Malone. They ran upwards of fifty long races lo-ing but one, which was through the falling down of BcL-ey Malone. She is at present in training. The next is Ada A, brown filly, foaled 18C9, bred by Robert A. Alexander, of Kentucky; got by A-teroid (-or. of Lexington and Nebula out of Blue Bonnets), dam Lorette (dam of Dennis Burns who rai at Saratoga in 1:43), by imp. Sovereign; Mary Ogden, by Thorn hill; Mary Thomas, by imp. Gonsol; Parrot, by Randolph's Roanoke; Paroquet, by imp. MerriGeld; :uiiortcd Mare, by Popinjay; I5o lrbon's dam, by Predpitate; , by High flyer; fiftany, by Eclipse; Young Ha , by Skim; Hag (Hydra's dam), by Crab; Ebony, by Childers; Old EHony, by Bisto; Massey mare, by Mas-ey's Black Barb. Ada A Is a very promising and high bred filly and in her gallops this spring gave every evidence that the reputation of the family will be pro moted bv her. She is in three Eastern stakes, to be run next year, the most impor tant one is the ''Dixie Stake" at Baltimore in 1S72. There are 72 entries and the net value of the stake will be 510,000. Ouftnut filly, foaled 1SC9, bred by C. B, Jennison, got by Newry, dam Lilly Hartley, by Marco; Sue Hartley, by Gazan; Brownie, bv imp. Richards; Me.: Dods, by Sir Archy; Black Ghost, by imp. Oscar; Pill Box, by imp. Pantaloon; Meltiomene, by imp. Trav eler; Virginia, by Mark Anthony; Polly Byrd, by imp. Aristotle; Young Bonny Lass, by'imp. Jolly Roger; Bonny Laas, by Bav Bolton; , by Darley Arabian, ' , bv Byerly Tnrk; , by Taffolet Barb; '- , by Place's Wh:te Turk; nat ural Barb mare. She was a aery promising racing filly, but showing a remarkable apti tude '.or trotting wxs withdrawn. Cfatfnui filly, foaled 1S70, bred by C. R Jennison, got by Newry, (Son of Lexington), dam Sophia Jenni-on, by Jack Malone (eon of Lexing ton). She is a finely bred filly, receiving in three generations two crosses of each Lex ington, imp. Glencoe and the famous English Tramp. Al-o at the same sale will be offered several high bred and promising trotting roadsters, me produce ot thorough-bred stallions and trotting mares. Shorthorn Cow, Berkshire, Poland China and Essex pic, game" fowls. Heathwood. Derby and Irish grey strain, two handsome male deer. One buttaie, yearling: one extra fine, new, light, open rord wagon, 1C0 lbs.; one nearly new top wagon, light and both the build of Coan & Ten Broeke; one light open road wagon, built by Clark, new; sin gle and double setts of harness new; sad dles and bridles; Otter, buflalo and woolen robes; one new and improved Concord wagon, made expraawly to order: an entire farming phernalk of the late im- proves MHtfeBMaav Taken all ia aB. m aH.-the.Mk k awe of Ik .jT- that Kansas has made ao creditable an ad vance in thoroughbred stock. The horses imported by him have been of the most ap proved and highest bred to be (bund on the continent, among them we would men tion Blondin, by imp. Sovereign, dam sister to Idle wilds dam, by imp. Glencoe. Newry, full brother to the distinguished Norfolk, by Lexington, dam Novice, by imp. Glencoe. Chicamauga, by Jack Malone, dam Alboni, by imp. Albion. Seamstress, by Jack Malone, dam Mary Patrick, by Lambda. And in fact many others we could enumerate. The foregoing "stock has, comparatively steaking, been bred with more than an ordinary degree of care, and a foundation has been laid for luture excellence. As we above state the sale will take place Oct. 25th, without any reservation whatever. We ex- jiect to see many breeders and stock growers piesent. A UREAT WESTEBX ERCKENT. l-eateawortn Braak Kapmklle Insar- UWI) To tlit Citizens tf Iinmtnrtk Govafjr end ticmity . The undersigned desire to recommend the Republic Insurance Company to your confi dence and patronage. The Company is, be yond all question, one of the strongest if not the -trongest, in the country. It has a Cash Fund of over One million Sollass avaiable at any moment, of which $613,000 is in United "States C u cent Currency Bonds, registerd. Its 111 Is are never loaned, and by keeping then. available se curities, the Company i.- u.. .td at all times to meet its obligations pi .j;i,-ly. Losses are adjusted promptl v, and ai . n I at once, with out discount for intere-t. 1 ueir is no "Sixty Days," or other time tla-.-e in the policy. In addition to the C1-1 1 Fund, the Stock holders, who arc among ,1 most responsible men of the West, are leg 1 y bound by sub scriptions and the charter, to pay in Four Million Dollars more, if needed, for pay ment of losses. Thu- the actual security to Policy Holders is over Five Million Dollars. Persons having proirty to insure and all others who care to understand the truth in regard to the relative merits of the Republic, will find ofspedal interest the following ex hibit of figures, made up from offidal sources, and showing the percentage of assets to liabilities of several of the leading companies doing business in the Western Suite-. Republic huofcuh j-h1i to each SICK) uf Total assets (including stotk suUxriplioii) to each Jluuat iUU 15 00 .Ktna hu total ssU 1.1 acb $1U0 at risk 2 31 Home, ofi'ew'V.ork " 1 fcO Hartford, otConneitlcut " " " t 0 Continental, of New York ' " 1 W This comparison is with companies recog nized to le among the strongest in the country. The Republic, it is .-een, has the largest precentage of cash assets of any company in the list, and of total assets, including stock subscription, has a precentage of actual in demnity six times greater than that of the largest of the Eastern Companies. It has been the design of the Stockholders to make the Company the strongest in the United States, and we unhesitatingly assert that the security to policy holders has never been equalled by any other Fire Insurance Company. As an earnest of their determina tion to sustain the company, and of their good faith to the policv holders, the Stock holders have resolved to lorego dividends until an ample suplus has accumulated, and nledce for the security of the policies the entire cash capital and surplus, the interest lrom;investment and the premium income, together withfoar millions of subscribed capital, which has not been called in, and it is but the truth to say that me security is at least ten times greater than is needed to make the policy holders perfectly secure. In this the stockholders occupy :t position which should command respect, and they appeal confidently to the Western public to su-tain their efforts. The Eastern Companies are draining the West of many millions annually, a large isortion of which might le kept at home, and lrom a long monopoly of the business have Lecome exacting and intolerant. The Republic was etahlished through the combined offorts of tr minds of business men throughout the n for the express purpose of protecting tl.. uselves and the tieonle of the West atruiut the undue exiction of Eastern Companies, and laslieenthemeans of breaking down the great Eastern combina tion, known as the ation ii Isoard ot fire Underwriters. The Company has been systematically misrepresented br the paid organs of the combination, and the cotintry has len Hood ed with anonymous circulars, teeming with barefaced falshixxl- respecting the Company. We desire, therelore, to hold up the au thors and abettors of the-c attacks upon the Renublic Insurance Lump m v to the scorn ol all right-thinking men, and appeal to the people of the West to gh e the Company their support and patronage, not only 011 the ground of superior meni, but also for the lietter protection ot your private interests, the encouragement of 1 ilit again-t wrong, and the promotion of fie intere-tsof the West in general. You can now oIh.uii from the Republic Insurance Comiany Hijfrior qtiality'of fire insurance, at a lesls urice than you were counselled to pay Eastern companies when they had you in their tvower. inetriore, as a question of economy merely, you can no longer atiord to send your money ta.-i to purchase an inferior article, even at the same price. By doing so you impoverish your own section to that extent, and pay into the hands of those who have already oppresed you, and will again if the opportunity offers, so that on grounds of jiolicy, both public and private, you should give the preference to Western insurance companies, whenever it can be done with safety. Tuos. Carsev, Edvvakd Fexlok, M. J. Paheott, W. G. Coffin, Len. T. Smith, J. Inoersoli., F. A. Dcdoeos, J. L. Pesdekv, Levi Wilson, G. H. Stockham . .MLiiiCAL. P f f f t t t r Time Tests the Merits of all Things. 1840 TO- -1871. FOll TMRTY-OSE YEARS. PERKY DAVIS' Pain Killer Hu been total In erery Tarlety of climate, and by alaiost every nation known to Americana. It 1 the almost constant companion and Inestimable friend ot the missionary and traveler, on sea and land, and no ont should travel n oar Lakea or Rivers without 1U -PAIN KILLER was the First, andTs the only Permanent Pain Believer. Since Itae PAIN KILLEh was flnt Introduced, and met with iucd unsurrsiseed sale, many Lini ments, Beliefs, Panaceas, and other Kemedle have been ottered to the public, but not one of them has ever attained the truly Kn viable Standing of the Pais Killki. WHY IS THIS SO? It is because Davis' Pain Killer is what it claims to be, a Believer of Pain., Its Merits are fJnsnrpasied. If jou are su Bering from INTERNAL PAIN, twenty to thirty drops in a little water will almost Instantly cur you. There is nothing to equal It. In a few moments it cures Colic, Cramps, Spasms Heartburn, Diar rhoea, Dysentary, Flux, Wind in the JBowels, Sour Stomach, Dyspep sia. Sick Headache. Every Housekeeper should keep it ai hand, to apply it on the first attack of any Pain. It will give satisfactory relief, and save hours of euflering. Do not trifle with yourself by teatinf untried rem edies. Be sure you call for and get thefsnaine PAIN KILLER, as many worthies, nostrums are attempted to be sold on the ami reputation of this valuable medicine. aWDirts-lionj accompany each bottle.; raicm-2S CEirrs. SO cksts all ra bottle. J. H. HASBIS&CO., Cincinnati, O. Proprietors for the Southern and Western States. FOE tSALE BT AIL MEDICIKE DEALERS. 1M ALK BT GEO. A. EDDY, ROBERT PARHAM R. J. BROWN E. J. HUMPHREYS TI1EO. EOERSDORF OLO. UMMETHUN PENICK A LOVING- Leaven woitb. .Leavenworth. M. Joseph. 1 St, Louis. Chleafo- COLLINS Bull?- FULLfcR, FINCH A FULLKII mav7 NO FAMILY CAN AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT THIS tuble Medicine. It clean the Brain, re lieves the burdened Sys tem, eurnCoaninatioa, Sick Hi-adaehe, BtUoua- aeaa, sod all Haaona lavpuritiea f ta Stood. aieajwi ass ell- it an a BSSBSBSBSBSIrSBSBBBBBBBSl J sfastastastastamsmm' in 11 in asail fliM asw 'BBesaP'sV tVatswll IsW WOTla. I MEDICAL. aVaflHaBarsBlw aiSIa9aSVamsfSws ADDRESS TOJTHE ervous -AND- DEBILITATED, Whose suflerinjj hare been protracted from hidden causes, and whose cases require prompt treatment to render existence desirable: If you are suflaring, or hare auflered, lrom involuntary discharges, what effect does it produce upon your general health Do you leel weak, deblliuted, easily tired Dors a little extra exertion produce palpita tion ot the heart I Does you liver, or urinary or gans, or your kidneys, treueutly get out ot order? Is yuur urine sometimes thick, milky or OucLy, or is it ropy ou settling Or does a thick kuui rise to the top Oris a sediment at the bottom after it haa stood awhile Do you have spells of short breathing or dyspepsia Are your bowels consti pated Do you have spells of fainting, or rushes ot blood to the head ? Is your memory impaired ? Is your tuind constantly dwelling upon this subject Do you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of company, fhle? Do you wish to be left alone, to get away troai everybody; Does any little thing make you startorjumpT Is your sleep broken or restless Is the lustre ot your eye as brilliant; The bloom on your cheek as bright; Do you enjoy yourself in society as we'i; Do you pursue your busiuess with the same energy ? Do you feel as much connde nee in yoursallf Are your spirits dull and flagging, given to flu ot melancholy ? If so, do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have you restless nights; Your back weak, your knees weak, an have but ittl appetite, and you attribute this todispep lia or liver complaint; Now, reader, self-abuse, venenal disea.ses badly ured, and sexual excesses are all capable of pro ducing a weakness of the generative organs. The organs ot generation, when in perfect health, nuke the man. Did you ever think that tluw lvM, de fiant, energetic, jierserering, sucmamui oaatness men are always those whose generative organs are In periect health; You never hear such men com plain of being melancholy, of nervousness, ot pal pitation oi the heart. How many men, from the effects of excesses, have broughtabout that stale of weakness in sexual or gans that has reduced the general system so much as to induce almost every other disease idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal -.Sections, suicide and almost every other form ol diwa.se which humanity s heir to, and the real cause of the trouble scarcely eversuspeett-d, and have used remedies for all but the right one. Diseases ot these organs require the use of a diu retic. HELMBOLD'S ILUID EXTRACT BUCHU )s the great Diuretic, and is a certain cure fur di seases ol the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Organic Weakness, Female Complaints, General debility, and all diseases of ihe sexual organs, whether existing in male or female, from whatever cause orlginatiug,and no matter of how longstand ing. II no treatment is submitted lo. Consumption or Insanity may ensue. Our flesh and blood are sup ported from these sources, and the health and ha piness, and that of jsjeteiity, deiietids upon prompt ue of a reliable remedy. HELMBOLD'S Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla The Great Blood Partner and Beautlfler of tht Complexlon.1 HELMBOLD'S Extract Sarsaparilla Will radically exterminate from the system crol ula. Syphilis, Fever Nres, Ulcers, Sore Eyes, Sire Legs, ixre Mouth, Sore Head, Bronchitis, Skin Di seases, Salt Rheum, Cankers, Runnings from the Ear, White Swellings, Tumors, Cancerous AeVc lions. Nodes, Rickets, Glandular Swellings, Night Dweats, Rash, T.tter. Humors of all kinds. Chronic Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and all diseases that have been established In the system for years. Being prepared expressly for the aboveconi plaints its Blood-Purifying pro)rties are greater than any other preparation ot Srrsaparilla. It gives the complexion a clear and healthy color, and restores tb patien to a state of health and purity. For pu-s ymg the blood, removing all chronic constitu tional diseases arising from an impure state ot the blood, and the only reliable and effectual known remedy (or tLe cure of Pains and Swellings of the Bones, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, Blotches, In sick or nervous Headache, Jaundice, Indiges tion, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Lilhousness, Liver Complaints, Sentral Debllily rtc. No Nausea, aoUripingTams. but mild, pleasant, an I sat In operation. IIKLHRO.LIS Catawba Grape Pills The Most Reliable Purgative and Cathartic Known superceding ealta. Magnesia, etc. , Beware of th eheap patent pills, carelessly renared dr inexnerien ced persons ventsi in wooden boxes most of which contain either calo mel, mercury or other deleterious drugs. The Catawba Orapt: PIIIm Are purely vegetab'e.lieing cumpo-ed of Catawba Grape Jnice AND- FLTJLD EXTEACTRHUBARB, Beware ol those cheap patent spills, (carelessly prepared by Inexperienced persons vended in wooden boxes most ol which contain either calo mel, mercury or other deleterious drugvj HELMROLD'S Genuine Preparations.'esUbhsh- ed upward of twenty yearr, prepareu i.y H. T. HELffBOLD. a-tlcal aad Analytical Ckestlat, CRTSTaX PAlVa.CE PHAJUfACT lf4 PjWssfcTjsajjjtt;jiasasssssJaV,aa. XKDICAL. DB. JOHN BULL'S GREAT REMEDIES. lK. JOU.V UVI.L. MANUFACrUKER AND ENDEU ;o!t.THE celebrated; SMITH'S TONIC STROP 101: THE CURE OF A erne &, Fever, UK CHILLS A- IEVEK. I Th? pnpri?tor of this celebratiM meUicine j ustly (.iaiius iur 11 a sujHrriuniy o.er oil retueau- Tcr ofleretl to the public tot the safe, certain, speei't anil permaient cure of Asue ami lever. orCbilUaad VeTer, whether of short or Ions standing. Ilen frn to the entire Western auJ southern tountry to bear hitu testiinonr tothe truth of the assertion, thit in no cxe whatever will It fjll to cure if the din lion, are strictly fulIowd and earned out. In a gieat many cases a single doe-e has been suthnent for a cure, and wlWIe fiiuilie have been cured by a single bottle, with a perfrft restoration of the gen eral health. It is, however, prudent, and in every ta-je more certain to cure, if its ue is continued in smaller uosfs iur a week or two alter tbe dlsea-e nas leen cheikel, more -ieclally in dithcull and long-standing caes. Usuallv ilui melicine will not require anv aid to teeu the boweLi in c&t-l or der, should the patient, however, require a ca thartic medicine, arter having taken three or four do-eof the tonic, a -single de ot HULL;-. VEGE TABLE FAMILY" ILI.wlUbuauffi-.'-eQt.?.. :bxjxjXvs SARSAPlRir.LA. llead the follow jug extract f a letter from Mrs. Uivers, wile of IlVv. Dr. IUers, one ol the most Itrarne-. ebx(uentt and popular ministers of the Methudut Lpiscopal Church, and who is at present tationed at Broadway Church, Louisville. Ky. LoimiLLk, Kr., Oct. 3, 1SC9. Im. John I.lll Pear Mr: Many thanVs to you for the uiediuu you have so kindly given me. 1 have bwu a great su direr for vears. and had the ad ice of various ih vsician. iome pronounced lur piue. suiue iuj Iuu-., and ome my heart to be the Mai 01 my m-Ha.-?. i nave ieen ounii. iiisicreu and cupt-v-1 uutil 1 had become d heartened, bev- rral er eminent physicians who examined my pine tuioriufi me tnat i was tiirenteiie"l witn jar alyitisorapiplxy any day, and that nothing but a H-tun woultl relieve lue. 1 ha 1 a trfect horror of that, and was hcsiutiu,; about haviugoneiUMrtedf Hiieu ou Ktuaiy sint iue)imr&anaanJla winch l , iuiiiinliatdy lt-giui to take three timet a day. I had utlere-d terribly with a moat acute l-ain In th I riifht side of in v head. e-iiullr when I woul 1 rra.1 ' or write fur an length ot time, and on ri-tng to my fr.l I would leiertectlv blind for several minute-, I and would have to hull to something to prevent iaiunf. . I iin iiio't hanp to inform .ou that the Kiln in my head 1. tutirely relieved, I sutler but mUdu with m piue and then not - acutely. My appe tite is good; in Iet 1 for the first time In my life I enjoy my dinner more than any meal dunoj the day You klndlr ent me four bottles acaia last nl bt. and I btyan again thi. morn In p. and I hope to lie entirely relieved. rieat accept my heart-felt thaulsaud test whhe. Very trulv vour most greatful friend, M. It. C. 1UVEK3. My journal abounds with similar letter, all ol which I guarantee to b renuine and written by the lucrum, whoe names they lar. D.i not sutler votirself to be Initoed on. Don't be drawn away after new anil doubtful experi ments. IVra't n.k your health by letting novices experiment upon you with their trash. My Sarapanl.ahastood the test for twenty-five vears: it is still the artanarilla of the dar. and of theae, towerin; over all others In i-opularlty and its curative quahtie. Avoid all those who are tryms to palm o& on you other extrzeti of araarilla o-calltd. llemem-l-erlti Dr. John Hull's darsaiarilla, of LouivllIe, K., that Is the old and reliable remedy for im I unties of the blood anl s-rufulu. aSVction. Al wav l-Kir that in mind. l Another TcMtlinony. HtMON UxRfLkCK'3, Mo., April Z0t 15j-".. iK. John Bull Iear air: Knowinz the effi cacy of your :?araiarilla, and th heal In? and ben encial qualities it iioosmmv, I send you the follow In; statement of my a." I was wo untied atwut two years ago, was taken prit-uner ani confined for sixteen months. Being moved so otten, my wounds have not healed yet, I bve not sat up a moment since I was wounded. I am shot through the hi pi. My general health is impaired, and I need something toi-vsUt nature; I have more faith in your&ar-iararilla than anything ele 1 wish that which is genuine. PIea-e ex- pres me halt a dozen lottIes, and oblige Capt. C. P. Joiimsov, t. Ixuis, Mo. V, t. The lullowins was written April 30th 1$$5( by Mr Jennie Johnn, mother of Cart. Johnson: Im. John Ucli. iHrar fcir: My buband, Ir. C a. Johnon, vii a skillful surgeon and physician in Central .New orL., where he died, leaving the atovC, I. Johnson to my care. At 13 years ot ae he had a cnrouic diarrhea and scrofula, for which I gave your baruparilla. It cured him. I have for ten years recommended it to many In New York, Ohio and Iowa, for vrofula, fever -ores, and general debility. Perfect success has attended it. The cure-) eCccted in i-ome ca-es ot scrofula and Fe ver tores were almo-tt mlraculons. I am very anx ious for my on to again have recoar to your -ar-saparilla. Ileb fearful ot getting a spunourtl cle, henrhis wnlingto you for it. HU wounds were terrible, but I believe he v over. I!-pecttulIy, JKNMh JOHNSON. ZBTJIX.S wopM dest;royer, EXTPaCT FP.'IM A LETTEr. FROM GEOIlCIAj Villasow, WalkebCo., Ga., JanelS Dr. Johv BCLr-Dear air: I have reeently pven your WOKM DLKTItnYEB several trials, and I "find it vonderfully efficacious. It has not failed in a jingle instance lo hare the vrished (or ef fect. I am Join; a rretty larje country practice and have daily use for some article of the kin J. I am, sir, resjiectfullr. JULICS P. CLEMENT, M. D. P. 5. So nno,ualial and nnmerousare the test! mouiais in iatue iii uij , uiu, ijesiroyr ina( news-par-r space is entirely too small to tell Its merits. It is an infallible remedy for Worms. Trv It and be convinced, sec my Journal for a more full des cription. JUH.N BULL, Bnll Goldea Bit(en. BhU'm Peetttrml Wild Chery. BaU'a ExtrmetBaA BalTs Tesetable Faaily AH ta abw s-Mtklsej Hi anl 7fX'asy asssjMa ssismary, wwm ssjaat. jjtmtmmT liire . ar. k . t. -- 'fc.T'" w- -T . ns 11 JE5? tf r,tl. ?U' - ' - fICouipany's building ia process ot erection, ttj1) ituri-.t. is".." r.Ws.r-.-SS-'Hi - v.S iKi. N'?S. t- i?:?lisiSlttiiiifiit ; r- - - -"r"-sTMtfiSw?w'"'kTiij- Sst- - ' tic fnliiiwiippflSl?!?: : ,.-jr .( "---154t-tf'T life - 4i -iSSt H. f'-Siv lv-s---cg Reasons for Insuring: in tldu CoiniwnT. 1st. This ia a Wkstkkx CO-itPANr. mana'esl bv ability and poatuon acoiu ample guarantee lur its carerui ana -ucrei-. ui management. 2d. Ita Policies are all non -forfeiting. 3d. Premiums all rash. It receive na notes an I gives nor aHcy Holders have no interest to pay and no outstanding notes as liens upon their Tollcies. 4th. Dividends and Losses paid in ca.i 5th. It has no restriction upon travel. 6th. Its divideLds are made upon the CONTKIUUTIOS pli .eavtu thagieatst pecuniary ad vantage to the policy-holder. a 7th. Its busiticMi- EXCLUSIVELY I IFE INsURAM UIVIDEWliS 1 fAre the accumulation ot interest uion Preuiiuius .aid bence ne Commuy thai luans its assets at the highest rate ot intemst, can five you the largest divileuJs. -otern Ccuipanli-s Invest their moneyst six per cent, while this makes its investments at Twelve pi r ''ent, or more. TnealvanLvea of Western Investments tu Ihe Policy MuWer a'iir in the :.,llowln- startling nvres: The amount. 1. 000. invested forSO yearsat G irrenl s 10 1 It is obvious that thus Company oSers prater nj Holder than any other company in existence. I n lRfitruinl fmm stithentie stiurrs thjl rLsU-tn Kansas neirlt one-half million of dolUrs lor premium- t hi nin 'rorn.4 iMAtea very conaidenble nonion of her 'cash capital W have tbe men an t lite mea ato oraniz .nd safelr cumlurt Home ()mpanis, anil Ihev should ln encoua?el.,' Annusl Mssse, l-tT. -'. J. ri:WHIi:t, Governor ol Kansas. II I MACKAi, President II A CALK IN , fieneral AKeut. W K IIAISVEY ton Actuary. DIRECTORS: II IiMtCKAY I.-venworth. KM SWAN. W n COFFIN, OI O A MOORE, OWPOWhKs. DAN'I. bllll'.t, Leavenworth J F RICUAKOs II R HAMMOND, II EIXIEKTON. 1HOS CARNEY, E IIASTINnS. 1-t. Louk. ftEOJ I1VVIS. OENMKMOkiJW. at. Loms.g J MERUIT. C1IA3 tUlBINSOK, Lawreice, K.. O A PERRY, apt llA H M STRICKI ER. UNITED tsTATI.S WATCH COJir.VNV. "Kr'B m&m&m UNITED C7ATE3 T7AT0H CO'3 WATCHES, ITatch An. lMO. V s Watcli to s,lcm.i iuer Watch Vo S, I" s Watch To s-tcra Wicc'e fnteli .Vo lor.T. I iTV, ,. vtnen U !.la llEsjirr Watch Xa. VCir. I Watch Co ariation. IS v...! s- nn t- ltajs1, ".. -in"!nn 1 kw "K"M-'"""L l rlch Vo Jl.OZ'J.V Watch Co.. Stem Wlr.iitr-vsriatlon. cecnnris in fi.or month- t- M l'cHO.irn Vtantt it I'ummluy, IJ3 iwm .''. - u-.-l , re ft- t- c v-..Mi-.. c.-, Wliwlir v 5nfllinn f, fi-ronils ti. r month. fcrtte U y. 5s,r "s Watrh Co.' 1 iW,,.!c ' ' Ci-v. II V...Lr. Watch Xo. 114S, L.i Watch Co . hi-m V i I rramtlon.H) i-erond' In eicht months Watch Vo ll"7,r S Watch fo. 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All are 7H Octave and warran-ril for a lifetime. PARLOR OEM PIANO, Full " Ocuvee, eirtr-"Uy nnt,tM, and has the late imiirovements. This Piano is didt-l by teachers to I the tt for the priw uailc. Money nvestcd in dtu is LetUr than 20 rcs-nt. ntereit. W nte-1 for five years. The Estey Cottage AND New Haven Temple Organs Are the Standard Eeed InstrnmenU ol the age, con taining the Patent Harmonic Attachment, Manuel Sub Baaa, Knee Swell, Organ EeliowF, IVd Hoard, Jubilante and Vox Humana Tremolo all war ranted. Churches, Teachers and Oerzymea liter ally dealt with. Az'nU wanted. Call or send for circulars. Price IM to tTJO. A gocl orn. 2 stops, t5; a fineomn with f stops, 1125. A. J. VIELE, General Azent. 215 North Sixth Street, St, Louis, Mo. Oftia.l.wl2S For Generation. DIsEAsEs AEISING FKOM INII-CP.ETION Iiavebeen treatel with Kalsam Co4bia and Mercury, until the stomachs of the patients usin them because so nauseated and weakened that it was hard to decide which was the wont romplaint, tbe disordered stomach or the original disease. At length the Saznaratan's Gift mad its advent, and an entirely new system of cure was inanjrnrated, and the beneficial results at once .een. The du gusting drns and i3isons were discord-!, al to day the Gift ii prescribed by numliers of the lead ing Physicians; yet, notwithstanding the Samara tan's Gift is known to be a positive cure, purely vegetable, an 1 pleajant to ue, as only ten pills have to be taken many old anti-diluvians will .tick to their sickening drugs and Eorz their patients lor weeks perhaps months, aurllas a Ion? Job and a big bill anything to do with it Male packages, 12; Female, 13. Sent by mill. We cannot avoid calling the attention ofdelicate females to the Sa maritan's Gift as a positive core for Whiles. By following directions you will seen get rid of that 'rouueaome disease anu oerome rouust ana ftearty. DESMOND 4 CO., Proprietors. 915 Kace-sU. Pnili.elpria, Fa. Saataritan's Boot and Hx Jokes is a positive tssa iiminut ear tor Hififah, tf ypktHs, Ha lesss. alstttifs, ora-iy kind T wm or Meases a asust. iTsansmsairMassa, - i as. isshi;am:e. tJ: mint tttxirot wnca ito t finished as aMASOKIC Western men. who-e known fiaaadal character ri ntrniunl interest, ls . $ lst ijo !5 - . . , . Iti.Wl t " . . 117,360 S3 ' 319,068 00 ', alvauians and- inducrim nis lo the l'olwy fr ( jliiu-1 receive m nnusllv lrom ihe i-i'Ieil l3r?a -i A & viFi m n iJa f erj.m VV I OFFICERS: KM "..AN. Vice President. t)HI A MllOlth, secretary, lilt J I. WEVKi: Me-I. l)irt.,r. J I JONES. AW I Secretary, III NLWMAN, Treasurer. r A HUI:I, Attorney. 11 I. NEWMAN, LeaTruiorth W ECIIAM11KRI.IN. TAIIURIi, EIS ALLIJ. W Rbri.ltKIN-s, AKhlsou, WHAHLEY, l-isttmr. K. IS W EI.E, Topet-, Kansas. ;01IN M PRICE. Atchison, Kp. - Ij.uis. Weston. -Mo. Junction City, Kansas. variat on " --een.f m It 3lnntU. LE CiiiTTE'snfj. rr i:eq. I . r- i- variation, feonls in sTen month' ' A I. Is.ms I'm -V J ):. 7? . i. f rnnntlftn fti i " 1 III t- 1 f Tlt)Iittl imi. 7V " '- " ''" .M '.!f' . -V I -econdi la t n. ....., 1 , -. ' -i v .r v I r .( it n.li - niit n tiro milllll" J-.U3aIKp.vo. WAVr A TKB 7. C I'lllB-T. AStSUlt. Y ' it II ii H ar.tion. C ".-conil inflvernontln fn.i Chat II llo r . lKarl -t.. Ctnrti.na'1 f'Klo ---;;--" , ,;, r r , . . , . f , i-vmx.iri ij 4 . . ' .--' '.' - j T:riatton,K - . months .j cirr. 5 GUta Knee Y . i i Kf in' nths ll,IJit. street. Xiw yorb variatin-i. It lloicllv, . - Tirlatio - r. 1J see', ii five mmith' 1-anntgtr S-J . I'oi Jr Mrsttn Halliray vanaioiB, tftaoeoui vs - i - 'tloi "' ' - nonrlt. M Sk.t.i. I 'f i V 1' , . ; ,r rru n i: . Ptrl n V I ,'n R E,lttM,. Y. ri ,,a,tnib. ilajtin.i ro , Xcw York -;a ittonth. jif HffUyi W'a'tr Worlj - r - - - ' T - it ".j t ,t an- 1 .'-- . -r f iwir."- f .mOr.nwic'i time. Indon i, F paH$ bf' Im lt . K UnriJtcait, X r h mfith 1! WCAViii iiltlll KVham itrrct X r a? ini-ite-- -ard Frr ' bv IN tvd5 mi 'ft c.i htrj n jlnfh I rHfnd trnp-i i I 9 i tins p'tte our the Maih-Sprim States Watcli Co. CILES, WALES & CO., Ko. 13 ILudea L.i.e Hew Yorjc MOVES ."IIMVAKF TIIK Right Place 7 TOIBUY THE CELEBHATED. CHARTEROAK STOVES AND I!EsT Ql'AUTIE-s OF TIN PLATE, SHEET-IRON AND ALL KIND OF TINNERS' STOCK -ATTHF'VEItV- Lowest Prices ! AT C1U ami GI 1 .V. Main Slreel, ST. LOUIS, 'AU-'-EOOM- fiV THh Excelsior ManufacturingjCo aus"l.w5 I'ATEXT LLUS JC AIUIJ. DK. BLV'S Patent Legs and Arms ! f milfc. ANATOMICAL LEG IcGvAb- 3 J ANTtfcl lor flTe years- Tbat wiiao'it ioe mouon are ror cotuiort aoa 'lurabUiij uniiTalled. Frkav from IX i io-j- jtf maeame pafwmu rnseu -J tSatUtSmctum ffuaranftid. Other Mode i ITlni ftiiaifcBBi 1 1 n mi it !! Fam- oldicra phi urn icEwoo t MEDICAL. HEALTH! BEAUTY!! Strong and Pure Rich Blood : itronganuFure Rich Blood I of Flesh anrl XtTaiof, rn and BeauUfol Coapleziwa SEURED TO ALL. KADWAY'S SARSAPABILLIAH RESOLVENT. HAa MADE THE MOST ASTONBHINt. cures, so quick, so rapid are tba chancaa taw body uedcrx-s under the inauenc of this truly wouderfolly medicine that every day an iacrtata l esu weiu. is seeu aoi iei(. I, ", .''ladular Disease, tAcers in th Thitat, ' lot. ; y- -ir. NimIfs in tha lllsn.lt .nrf dka. .llOUt.. 's -,!m: Sore Evnu Simmon. Dte- . U Ol " "j Kan; Em p tire DueMM ol th chai.IftM,Jno..- 'ad the wont forms of Skin Eye, st- --n. "r Sires, 8cU Hel, DsjiObeS Lrui-tioiM, i --ijsipelis Aen, BUek lUc.; UV-na, l Ieuni. . Tunion- Cutm in pot5v Worm- ia tbe FIrsh, jid Fsinfta Diw theWuuW an all Weakening -rUtof the Lif cham-. Mfti-t sweat, and all Ww - of K4-Trintiple-, e within the CumUto ra., w days wjj's raradUian IolTent, and a h. 'Haro, uVwlIi i'(A)Toi- any person using it for ettv "m. tbe tonu ot Ji-vav Us potent power to cure tbe. Notonlr Oot-d the Ssttnaparillian Beaolrent xeei Ulsnown renieIial aentj, in the curw of Chronic xruta! k.s. on$t itutiunal, skin and Syphiloid dia cas hut it is the only positive remedy for Kidney, BIjLwMer, Criuary and Womb dLeae9v GraTel, Diabetaa,, ln-y. Incontinence of Unne, Bright Umimi tuuiuiuuKiu, urn iu a ca9 wnere uer ara once dut d.-po..ii?, or lh water is thick, cloudr. i with sulMUncea like the white of an egar. or threada ukr wun. mis, or mere is a inoroia aars. ou appearance, and white hone dust deponta, wiicre mere is a pncsung-. ouminc wnaauoo. aau Tain in the small of the Back, and alone Uio Loin. In ill tht- conditions llod way's bonapariUa Be--jHent, aisled by the applicaticn of Had way - IVotlr Ileiief to the tpine and Muall of the Back, an 1 the Uwe.s regulated with one or two of Bad way's IVuLiticj 11IU per day, will soon make a complete cure. In a lew days, the patient will uun Iwenanled tohold and disiharKe water Batu mi I r wuhout pain, and the Urine wtil be reatored toitt natural clear auibror sherry color. THE TUUE THEORY OF CUBE. l.adWsii-' fanapanllian Uesolvent supplies th y-tcui, througti the blood, urine, sweat, and atruc ture iuakiOfC omstitunts, with Tiasue-ioaking Flesh- making. Heat or Caloric and Fat-mi liny, element All of its coiutltucnts are notuiabiac t.urifyin-, and strengthening. It Kepaira, Heata, Kr-ult-sand J n to out of the Botly the product ot iH-cay and Corruption, lnsuinption, WhiteSwel liu', lroty, syphilis. Cancer. Tumors, lc., an all ol asstrutulous iliathesN, and, as such, are wlthia. thecuratlTerangfof thesar-wpaiilliant Beaolrentl That ritfida, by whateier name deainatcd, ia. th rfmlt of deu-tits from the blood. Induced or caut-d bv Chrunic intlauiiuation. That those da pn-nt take plat-e' when the blood la poor, weak watery, and Incapable of hoMLug in aolution tta pruprr (.onstititent-, or from the presence of aome tin i or i-uion in the hlud, as Mercury, Calomel, Ot-w- r sublimate, which is the Corrosive Chio riiti o Mrrcury or other agents, given in medi cine, and which enters largely in the common ad vertized -arsa pan lias, not abwrted or changed from their natural condition. OVA III AN TUMOR CURED. .Ne.r has a nit-diclue taken internally bee known is hare euretl tumon either ot the womb. uteri, a.riet, or UweU; the knife haa beta the ole rt In net In the han.li of experienced surgeons; but Ir. ILulway'. :araparlUin settles thisue tim. 1-orft ha cured over twenty MeisoosiOa ristu CyAto and Tumor., a well as Tumon in thw Itotrtlo, Lterui, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Effuslou, A--it , and Calculus Concretions. TUMOB, OK TWELVE lEAIlUV GROWTH CI RED BV KADWAY'is RlOLVENT. f.caKLT, Mass., July 18, H9. Ik. iUdway I have had Ovarian lumorlntte ovaru mid NiweN. All the doctors said ther i nu help fr it. I trit-il everything that was r-cmi..cud..-d. but nothing helel me. I saw your U-,hi t, and thought 1 would try it, but had no ft. ih in it brtause I had sutferel tor twelve year. I t k i tottIiof the Ri-lvent,one lox of ll wjv 4 I'i.', and uwl two liottlesuf your Ready Im h t and th rt is Dot a ugn of tumor to be sren or it.lt, nd I tvel WtUr, "inarter, ind happier than I have r twelve year TIih woist tumor was in tl.e te.t leof thehowfl, over the grulu. I write tin to- l the beue.it of other. Vou ran pt bh it if yt cliouie. HANNAH i KNAPP. urPr,e. One Dollar R. R. B. -C.iiMtMY'N ICE.11Y KEIslEF UKr-TIIf VOILST TAIN.-s IN FKOJI ONE n rU'KNTV MINUTLs. NOT OS HOCK .UTTER KCSDUM. THIS HVlltllll- k.'i, lull it oM-scrrau nitu raw. It 4 1 WAY'S KKAUYKfXIKV It A LUKE K)K EVEUY PAIN. It was th first, ami Is The Only Pain Remedy that in-UuUy stop the mod excruciating pain, ALrA - INM-MMATlON AND CURE COK- (.LSTION, Lei rii the Lungi, Stomach, Rowels, or othe glandt and org-m-i, by oue application IN I ROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES. No iiiatter how violent or excruciating the pain, the R!trumatU,lVsIsrid len. Inarm, Crippled, Nerr ou, Ne iraJifif, or pruMtrateI with disease nay uller, U i it iVAVIN It 11Y KEaLIEF Ui .it ir-m ONE To r WEN TV MINUTES afford e-e iil coin tort, and thii medicine, so rapid in -.topping pain, rati be purihx-ed fr Fifty Cents per hoi tie at aliuft every druggist's and country mer-ititit-i store on this continent, and within on hour'H ittane of almost every habtatlon in the Urtttfl -tate. LIlhUMATIaM AND NEU1LVLGIA. UIIEUMATIaM AND NEURALGIA. if tin- who are now sunVring Pain, a matter wint t t rau may lie, or by what name It 1 called -it t trnal apj ly lh- Ia.Iway's liUrady BUeftu ih-pii.iot th r-ly where thopaln Is present. II Internal, Ju dropi dilute-l In water as a drink; whether Cramp, ponuii, Intlammatiou, Conajsj lion. A-iaUe Cholera, Chills and I-ver, th moot violent, eitruciating, and torturing pains will b to il in trom oue to twenty minutes, Palnfti attaek where KAJ;AY" KKAOY UIXIF Will aCiM msUnt a.sI lofiamiiiatloa of the Kid neys, lutljiuuistluii ol tk UWcr, Inrlsiniaatlatl or tLi h,,wels, 0rK-stion r th Iinas, Hor. Tlinul, Inltcult lirrutbio, l'alplution of th Heart, llfsu-ncs, Cn,ui, Iiiitlieru, t'atarrb, la ttut-nu, llrsUcbc, Iullsch-, Neuralgia, Kbu oiallsiu, CuM Chill', Akup Cliills. Die i pluatlon ol tLe I-.nl J- lUdiet tu th nit or carls h-re lh-ahi r .lilEiully exists, will af toril -aiHauJ lonifort Sxlroosiua hairtumliler ol water will. In , few uiuuierit., curv Crautrr, sio.,rus, boUr btoniacb, llirtliiiu, sick Headache, Uiarrhoea, Djstotny, Oilir, S In 1 in the lViwels, an 1 all Internal latin. InivU-rs shouM al.njs rarrr a botti of Kasl .j;'. lu-hrl wlin Uieui. A few drops in water will !revtiit slrknssor lns from chsru of water. It is l-lter than Irrnrh Hrau'lj- or Bitter ass Stioiii int. FEVER AND AQUE- rF.VF.K ASH AGUE VUKED. FLVLI: AMiAliCKCUKEI. H.VEK ANIAI.UECUKED. FEVER AND AGUE CUBED tOlt HFTY C'KXTS. lli-ie mil a rtwtslial ,-ot In this world tha will fui- I efer ami Aue, an-l all other Malarious, Bilu.us, - jikt, IjpLui-l, Yellow anil other fer, (aideil Lr llulwaj's lllls,) sa 'luick a Bad way's Iteailj lllet. KiitluajV Keudjr Relief has profr'l InlalUMe, ami will cur the terribl hieiMlu.ti.rr, anl without mulling th frlfhtnil iwuaiI -s of risrel liter, l-at spleen, 01sorlrc4 kulitejsaril sa2urn.cIorel skin that r sur ls h.l.ow Ibc usk ot the 'Chologogue. 'Aa (um, anil other iau of th heroic (jalnia. M. r . Afoic ami other treatment whr Its ni-iir - u.sl M-tunitilale, and bfcom deposite. in ii yUui !tnltf:t3's Uviuljr Bellel is ihe '!, chesricst an 1 satt remedy that caa b us.. f.,r 1 rfer an 1 Aue, litllojs and other t'rr. NOT ONE pers.n u -d sunfr, t they ever -ft uuett eap--e4 v.lnyjal Ajue.tf lh-y will only take Ksdway' Iteadt ."Hit, an.1 keep their bowels open with Ka.iv i s fills Hun Ireds In th Wr-aty.ww bat hub . en d'icUirln at tlierat of (sswssssl two h in ir. i ,IIars for a f-w months treat-sseiit, arc krt-p l i mss:lieanlf.uilllesfreefromFTera-id A;u ' 3 an I lever, Klieumatlsm, Ac, loron. or t. loUarsa year spent for Ulway's Bdy lio Uefarj ilaay'sll, cs-atd.) The Ilr-ady ilief itl aCrd Instant caa to all. I'rkeouly i tents j-r bottle. N. U. ses- that eery bottle has an India Kiibbel -:Upier 'ld by ail drurists, and at It. Ksd varSuAf. o. tG Mai-len Lane, New York. Dli. KAI'VVAY'a I'L1 LLT CUKUATIVE flLLS 1'erfe.tly IUrmI-ss, Uegantly Coated with Sweet Cum, l'ury-, Igulale, I'urlfy, Cleans and alreni-theu RADWAW PILL8. For the t uru of ail Ulsonlers of the Mtonueb, User, t4we.s, Kilneys, BLvlder, N'errou Dis ve . lleavlaehe, t 'insiipailon, OjaUTenes. Indl est.on, 'T"iia llulousnew, Villous Fsr, In -lammation ot li- b,wels, lilts, and all Iaran-s--nect' , the Internal Viscera. Warranted to Elect a Fositiv) On PLKLLY VLOtrrAliLE. (. ''.'-iiu at no Mercury, Minerals, or Deleterious lirugs. atr -jjerne the following symptoms resultins; !rui I -Mriersof the Iizestivcorzans: fonstir-at'on, Inwarl Hies, Fullness of the blood 1 1 to- Ileal, Acidity of tbe b to tost h. Nausea. Ileanburo. Lis-,-Tiit ol Foo-1, Fullness or VYeightin theatoioacb, -ur Lrucutions, binklngor lutttr in,- at the lit ol the stomach, bwlnimin-rof tb Head, Hurned anl Uimcult Creathin-r, Flutterin-r at the Heart, Choakin or suSocatin; Sensation when in a Lyln; Posture, busaess ol Vision, Dots or Vel-s before the hiht, Fe-erand IuU Painin the Heal, lhcincy of Perspiration, Yellowc-na of the -Kin an-l fcyes. Pain in the Side, Chest, Li-iil-, anl sulden Hushes of Heat, Burnlnf in he I leh. A few doses ol KADlVAVs PILLS Will fee he oysteia from all the abo-e named s)is Opjers. a-rlc, B. cn t per Box. bal 1iuii-iiT-c- bend on letter slam-a - ItAI,-.VAV ) , 7 sUidn lauw. Mw iork. lafo-raaitoa worth thoosandswlll b Hat nr elurc. DISS0LUTI05. lis-olutieH ef ParlaeralilB). rilHL L1W PAKrNEItoHIP HEEEIOFOKE J. eiistinj between Byron Sherry and dsa. W. Helm Is this dar dlssolse-l by mutual consent. hither party Isauthorf"d to receipt fcr s-sjisy due the arm, and the business now in their bassos) will I attended to by both P- ,,--,; CHA3. W.HFLat. LcawB.wnirru. Aue;. . VOX. dct-wM Try Nsvasisssws of sur f-a I f ssj L, tUuitniKl weekly-) -UblisBul. 1a steel ijHTlJsja tm ta sssssw a. "Si 1 11 -; 1 v3 T! -ft 1 i Tl At ill I 1 fcl . . -j5- . vi-5Ll ;MIfka&S V- 'cil" 't Si.'Si.K. e isaSBBSBSBaSSBBSBSsV ' . -' &r. imMdtd r---v- -i-. t -tWtrX.-'S'x'-r- ' TSr ,Z. . . I jS1t!:?rtttrZZ'-!.: ar? && -t . J.aT-kSksm. s3j- ."; . M.I iSS mm BL.1. 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