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K. I A fcs J , lH . Wu& Shims THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1874. Pond'- Extract- l lhe Vr-T COsiico i mo J ob-tiuat-- Oi-.c: knon aa Pileie.r Hemorrhoid, i' hs won i great est retutt:on air.o-ii: tlie 'l'e. eJcYw The Grancer X. r iw t rtn S ipply Citn oany, Xo. 9 Stale rt-.tt, C ioS", is another 'aod hou-e tier.etl in : liuinen- itli firm rr. The g-nleidiii iiitertVfl rouie to u with tie ijlKhf". ic.tr tux, "'I are- or"liy of confidence, jcn ll-w27 . s Ts Ciitnt-r ! silnc. The Champion Glue Co. of Chicaco, II!., re turning out a new article of sine, which cheaper and better than any ever before n the market. Kesd their "ad." el&w Fourth of July. The citizjrs f Ea ton tinliip give a grand celebration n tie F..Lrth of July. at Millwood. There 'l Iw --lins, rfl'i-'c. refreshments and a general i Ism- They extend an invitati on t ill il- -irrcunding counttr, to come and ensje i : i them in the festivities of the day. d&w a.'jo.oao in 1.01111, IN aUMS OF NjTI.E-j-STJAS vl,OtiO. Money to loin on lone lime, at 10 r cent, interest, on itnpiovccl farms ami good busine-w city projrty. TIjcxp winning lo borrow will call on Mr. Win. Booth, rjtste agent of the 2fortheferii Mutual Life In surance Company, corner of Kifih and Del aware streets. ar.r27-el&w Grand Matinee 1'here i!l beacracil exhibition of epeid, at the Fdir Grounds, in connection with the Grangers "ionic, on the 4th of July next, o nnraencin at 3 o'clock, sharp. En' ranee free. T. 5. Tow.ve, S.ipt. of Fair Ground- EXCIJESION AND PICNIC On the 4th of July-To Eig Stranger and lack for Fifty Cents. The excir-ion train to li'j; Str.irgfr (Mc Gormick'x Crcsini will leave the Union Depot at Cve'tcinutts Uf jre 10 o'clock, nd return at C o'clocK Tickets can be procur ed at (fee Union Depot on the morning of the Fourth. By oder of the Committer. IlENDEBiON s Eucuc, the sredt diuretic n unfailing remedy lor all dix-jres of the cidneys and bladder, alfo for ilycpejHia or indigestion, llatulency, or' wind in the stomach. The ino-t dialrwing caj"en of fe male weaknoi and uterine complaints are permanently cured by Henderson' liuchu. It is unequalled liy any kriown remedy for the cure of droty, ravel, an-1 all gouty and rheumatic alTection-. It is a Kpecific remedy for expelling all pin and tape worms. It is precribed by eminent phvsi cians in chronic al:t-rticrn of the liver. For sale by all driisait". S- ailvertifwrnent in this iiuiie. oct2J-dArtf Servoas Debility. A drpre-ed, initjlile Mate of mind; a wctk, nert'on extnu-teil leelmg; no ener gy or auiiiixii'i'i; runlu-el head, weak memory, nfini uilli ilebiliialin;, involun tary dii-cli ire-. I tie oi.wjtiei ce c f excei Bes, menial ovrii'fc r iml n'ruiuti" Thi neroindrbili'y tmU a vi-ign ote in Hnnjp'ney' It.iiiiiiiiihieSjmiar, Xo. 2S. It tne up Ihe ci-iein, arrttiK ill-charge, di"p-N llie menial kkhu and de(tfindei,cy, and rj'Jviiul- tie -i tirr - em It is per fectly h irmle-h ai t aw vh efh. i"nt. I'rice $5 or a ptckagm live tn and a lar.e f 2 vial ol ler. wiin h i nut" rtai t in Id aeriuu cas; or 1 i r .- -.le I ox. fcold by all drugsi-w. or i-ent I'V snail on nc-ipt of price. Aildris liumphrej'x Specific Hom eopathic Mediiri.e Co., So. oG2 Uroailw.y, New York. il0- Fourth or July. The committee on mriiii:inents for the celebraiion ot the Fun r li ol July in the 23d Krpresnut ve lii-t-ic mn at Junction school hoj-e, tjitur-tny, June 20tb, hrn the folluwing preamble ami h-n Itiin w;n paw ed. Inasmuch as the County Grai.gc hs mov ed the place of cettbrtti.il u Ibe Fait Grounds, we deem it to the tei ii.ii re l ot all, thit we unile in one irrand ctl-biauon. Therefore be it res i!ve I," Hal the 'Si i Kep reKeiitilive Dn-tnet meet vi h the C unity Grange at the Fair Ground ioceh.bi.ite the Fourth of July 1S74. By order ol the committee V. H. iiiniHA'iv, Sec'y. II. C. FtiriRE.1, Chairinn. fct-ir-IM-ftwrr. To a criminal neglect or rrccntitive media tion may b ascritea a uiijoiity of the siluients which attest humanity. It is a well asi-er-tainel fet, resting oa the experience of twenty years, that a course of Hosteller's siiouiach Bit ters will put even a naturally leeb'e system iusurh tats of defence Hut it will he eouipeUnt lo re sist the most prevalent csuscs of diseae, such Jt the malign iutlu-nce of miasius, unwliolsomc wt. tar, eacesslve heat, damp, od, sudden c hinges of temperature, ac. )et theie are thouinds ot persons livinfi in eriicti.al iHfnl from one or more Of these causes, who recllo?-lr omit to avail them selves ot the absolute protection which this famous vegstable antidote alTjtds. Intermittent asd l.il tout remittent feveis, rheumatiMii, general dcbil itr, nervous weakness aud irrtpu'arities of the tomach, bowels aud liver, wjuld Iw comparative ly uasuown if ihis patstslt'e ei itic were in uni. varssluselnlhe dUiricts whtre they principally prevail. julyl-diw A 8rrj Thing. Dr. King's Svpuiili-. UcRemedy is warrtutid to cure rjyphi 1 in the primary, secondary anil ter ciary stages, and lu all it? varied and aaplicated forms, and will cure the wont cases cf venerial diseases, cases which have resisted the treatment of the most eminent physicians in America It cures the first stage and heals the ulceus in a few days. It cures ulcers in the nose, throat, head, arms and legs; also, hard pains in the bones and joints, wettings in the joints syphilitic rheuma tism etc., in a short time. Prise $5 per package. Sent everywhere by express. A treatise on eevual diseases tree. Sent sealed for two stamps. Sold by Dr. J. Dinsbeer, 505 North Seventh strce, "8t. Louis, Mo. Cures guaranteed or money refunded. Itobt. l'arharn Apt., for Leaven worth. eod Sc w A Sure TlilDkT. Dr. Hunter's Specehc and Injection Ko.l are warranted to cure the Gonor rhea, Gleet, Cordee, Strictures, diseases of the kidneys, bladder and urinary ergans of male and females. l)r. Huntet's Specific No. 2 is a sure remedy for the Spermtorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Nightly Emissions and Loss of Power, caused by self abuse or exces sive indulgence. Price of Dr. Hunter's Specific $2 per bottle; Injection SI. Bent everywhere by express. Dr. J. Dinsbeer, sole propriety, Xo. 505 North eavenin street, M. Louis, Mo. Send two stamps for a treatise. Cures gnar vateedor money Tttunded. Robert Pakhax, eod Jew Agent for Leavenworth AB sr-ineror ' Qnlninc, Am ale sir folsonti. This is strong language, as physicians mad chimista have for years tried to com pound a preparation that would entirely cure Fever and Ague without tbe use of atrong medicines such as Quinine, Arse tcand other poisons injurious to the ayatem. There is no case of fever and agae, intermitlant or billions fevers, con gestive chills, night sweats, liver com plaint, etc, that this remedy will not cure at once and permanently. It puri fles the Wood, liver, spleen, and all se .ctatory organ so effectually that the chills will aotietura during the season "" wn persons nave had them for l "" . " uy uooeri rarnam. eodtkw VIEWS' or Hl-aa amd Body. Every person would have more vigor of aa4 and body and meatal clearness were tisty to use as a daily article of diet lie un bohod wbeat fljur. Blood Manufactured l0.1!"?.1 food " the t'ura, richest, and law, babls to become diteased. He' "suable way is to mix with the flour drw JJr. rnce'a Cream Bakicc Pbwdr. .t!e H ww water, lorm a sift batter, bake into law Msolt will be the sweetest, most whole Ma aad natricioua aiticl of lood that can t '"&? " S.pcdal F,aoriS ot Via aectanae, etc., are the purest and jalyld&w Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage! aoo pages. Impediments to Marriage . the cause and cure. Sent sealed, post-paid, far 3P cents, by DR. C WHITTIEE, 617 St Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the creat specialist. Kead his works. Iarophlet free Call or write. His opinion costs nothing. Antail Vlawer. The mot miserable beings in the world are hoe euflerine from Dyspep'ia and Lif er Compla'n'. More than eeventy-five jcr cit of the people in the Unite! cUt8 are kfflicted wiin these two di-ea-es and thir tfl-ct; such a sour stomneh, rick headache, hab'liiil cofiitenrs, impure l-Iood, heart burn, vtater-brasb, unaeeinj- and lurnirg in the p.t cf the stomach, . yI low f kir, coat ed tongue ard siieaitrmllr taa'e in the ni' u h, coinii g up o! the dud alter e-atirfj, lowi-piiii'&z. Go 10 tic Drug Store of Bob. Parhani, and te a 75 cei t boiile, or a s iib ple bottle 'or 10 1 em. Try it. G. C Green. Sjle Mnnfartnrer, Woodbcbt, N. J. eod&w. Ye sincers, p or and netdy, read the 'ollowii g p-ice- cu r n', from a Lawrence pajwr, showing the ii'io-e there on the 25:h iirt. Ii wi 1 In-iiiiii.d hit the price of n rly evi-iy h.t. 1 amed in on'y about one hif of what we hVf to pay here in Leiv eowir.h: DOMESTIC MADKET. Wkolis ile Prices. Cherries ... Currants.. Kasi'b-rrJro Gomm- berrie New Putalcel.. triug Best .a. Green Pcas-. .10 rents a quart 6(7 -10(ji 1 3 TS cents to $1 (0 per buvhel . 100 " 125 " 75 Turnfrn. -1(1 SO Cui uuilyrs Squashes- bummer. CuLtii dozen III , WWj73 cenu Canght at Last Yest-rJay afternoon E. B. Place, the no torious csunteifeiter, whose capture on the Mexican borders was fully detailed in yes terday's isuie, arrived in the city, under the guardianship of Deputy jfarsball Keller, and wrs locked up in tbe county jail. Dr. Ashmore, bis companion in sin, is incarcer ated in the Topeka jail. The United States an hoiitiis were afraid to trust Place in To peka, as he made his escape from there be fore, and sk it is apprehendedjtbat attempts willlc made to releate Ashmore by his frends, it wzs thought test to place him in one of the boiler iron cells of the new Jail, from which escape is next to impofsible. The history ot this man is a most singular one, and if related, would fill a volume. He doB not like the idea of being captured as he was, after having left the country and succeeded in gttting well established in bus iness. He will be tried here at the next term of court. Another Crusade Defeat. Special ConcsiondeDce from Winchester, Jeffer son County, Kansas.1 The first case ot the season on the crusade the3ry in this county was disposed of to-day. Mrs. Corwin filed complaint, under the dramshop act againtt Mr. Lewis Lott, a very worthy and old citizen of Grasshopper City, an J a change of venue was granted to him, and the case transferred to Winchester for trial before Mr. C. Hinchmai. The de fense wjs punctually on hand for trial, but it seems that the prc?cution weakened in the cau-e, having learned that the prosecu t'ng witness would be in the same fix as Mrs. M. J. North in the Mathonet case. The disposition cf the esse, on motion of Mr. F. P. Fitzwilliam, ot Leavenworth, re sulted in taxing the costs against the proee cuting witns- and an order Ar her coin miltil to the county jail, in case of non payment. He as assisted by McLane and Esgnin, Iocl attorneys of Grasshopper, who now feel 1 le to c pe wilh the crusaders. PROGRAMME, For the Celebration by the Patrons of Hus bandry, at the Fair Grounds, July 4th, 1874. Muric ''Hail Culutnb'a. Iiitrooiiitory remaiks. Mu-.c. Prayer. Miimc and chorus: "Hail Smiling Morn." Oratioi Hon. Marcus J. Parrott, JIikc Address "Objects and Principles of the Or.ler;" Hon. J. P. Binseroan. Orignsl son; and chorus ''The Grangers are Githering:" South Leavenworth Musi cal Association. Address Hoa. D. V. Houston. Music. Addrets Hon. D. R. Anthony. Music "America." LjHket Dinner. Exercises to begin at 10 a. m. DaLc'ng in tbe Ajnphttheatre during the afternoon. Evetybody and all their relations are in vited to help make it a grand puccc-". d-tues&tat-wlt The Kew Tax Law. For the bent fit cf our readers we publish the following brief synopsis of the new tax liw which takes effect October 1, 1874, we suggest that all interested slice this cut and paste it up for future reference: Taxes will be due and payable after No vember 1st, as follows: Until December 20th either one-half or the whole tax may be paid. If the whole be paid, a rebate of five per cent, on the 2d half will be made, and if enly half be paid the remaining half may stand until June 20th following without cost. December 21t, a penalty of five per cent. attaches to all taxes on which a payment of one-half has been paid. January 1st, warrants issued to the sheriff for the collection ol all unpaid personal property tax on which a payment of one half was not made prior to the 21st day of December. March 21rt, an additional penalty of 5 per ant. attache! to all unpaid real estate tax on which a payment of one-half was not paid prior to the 21st day of December. June 21st, a peoalty of 5 per cent, attach es to all tax still remaniing unpaid. July 1st, warrants vsoe to the sheriff for the rol lection of the unpaid 2d half of per sonal property tax. No endorsement of the payment of taxes by tax sale certificates until 'the 20th day ot December. Delinquent real estste is lo be advertised in July and sold for taxes the 1st Tuesday in September. EdwardP.AlliaftCo. Milwaukee Wisconsin, for the last decade has been arsummg notariety as the great manufacturing centre of tbe Northwest and foremost of all her manufacturing institu tiona is the "Reliance Iron Works" of Ed ward P, Alii & Co., an old established and widely known house; it has grown to im mense proportions and does a larger bursi ncss than any Iron works West of Pittsburg. Their buildings cover an aera of five acrer, and they give conttsnt employment to four hundred hands. The works use eighteen power i:on lathes, two hand lathes, four p.iwer wood lathes, seven iron planers, three wood planing machines, two gig aaws, one shaping machine, eight iron and two porta ble drill aachices, one gear cutter, two mil ling machine, one (lotting machine, two iron boring mill, one cutting off machine, three bolt cutters, one itoa poach, two steam hammers, two steam cranes, fifteen hand power cranes, cne tweaty-ton 'travel ling crane, four rotary blowers, fivecapolas, five boilere and five steam engines. Tbey employ twenty fire saea to do nothing vat make patents, and tbe patterns they hare on hand are worth from $ 150,000 to $200, 000. The iron used byftben is gotten forty aulet from Milwaukee and ia tbe beat iroa for their use in this country. They import bolting cloth direct tea Genaaar and Bwitaalasdasnoaecaabehadia America that will give as good set- aaucuan to their castomera ana to please and tabsfv them at oae of thtarpruM motives, and has caantd the cmTl , waasl Milaatakat raiHdatraam they hava mad to wealth The gnat make wattief Mfli are beintt conatrocted by Mewrr. AH is & Co., which ia a bea-ry contract, aa well aa a very important one. and they nave contracts on hand for orer 7,000 tons of ircn pipe, which if being tamed oat ai fast as men, money and the best of fariliies will allow. To say that they havethe beat regulated foun dries and machiLe shors in the United States wonld be no exaggeration, and their facilities for doing all work in tntir line are unsurpassed in the world. They supply nearly the whole northwest, as well as to a greater or les extent all the rtites with mills and mill furnishing goofs, and their superior steam engimsmay be seen in rll sections. Fcundrynien, machinists and mill men will find it largely to their inter est to call on them Srnd fjr illnftrated ciicular. See tdvoritnent on firrt page. ABOCT BUGS. The Entomological Philosopher of Paw Paw Bend Speaks. What the Oracle Thinks of the Reduction or School Tea era' Wages. We have visited the rriiiies hi this neigh borhood and found it alive ith chinch beg. We counted seventeen millicm of them on a corr.-s'alk enly eighteen inches high, esti mating five millions of bugs to the cubic inch, and that didn't include a few extra millions huddled around the border?. Willi such fa cilities for entomological investigation' I found tbe farming community in somewhat of a flurry. They do not accept tbe situation in a spirit of patience as Job could have done, although we have no record that Job, with all of his afll'ctions, was ever pestered by chinch bugs. Neither are they disposed to be philosophical tinder thecircumataacer. Nor is it necessary tbey should. In the Ag ricultural Bureau at Washington there ha professsor of entomology drawing good pay, and to him, it strikes us, pertaks the duty of investigating the nature and habits of this numerous family of irsect trespassers, in or der, to the discovery, if pofsibleof some way of getting rid of them. We can furnibh said nrofenor as fair a showing from our "broad acres" as the scientific mind for purpese of inveetigaticn could ask. We hold ourseivts in readiness to fill all requisitions either from the corn led or small grain collections. We have made some observations, but we confttis our inadequacy to give tbe matter anything like a scientific examination. All that we know, is, that with tbe chinch bog, size is no object; deficiency in that respect being made up by numbers. Unlike the grasshopper, it has no contingent affection for onions, red peppers, railroad lies and old boots. It has a marked partiality for growing wheat and corn. We further re mark that multiplication is one of its strong pouts. A quorum for the transaction ot business cannot with them be less than hall a billion, and yet a meeting of chinch bugs for the transaction of buainers was never known to break up for want of a quorum. They hare the faculty of discrimination suf ficiently to accommodate their aver-ion to a mixed diet; yon will not find the genuine chinch bog fooling his time among tbe gymsum, wild cucumber and dog fennel, lie is well calculated to sland the drouth. If we were Jupiter Pluvius we would be able to relieve tbe grain fields wilhoat the aid of tbe Washington entomologist. The chinch l. 1... 4U. uliilil. tA l((.hinM tiW tlJHP." bue has the ability to ''change lu base. In the morning of life he cheerfully goes lonb to forage on foot; later in life he takes to himeeli wing', and di nluet himself id out in disdain of distant . He is grega rious and odorous. As to his origin we have no theory. His mission, unfortunately or those who p'ow and sow, is to eat. He may be an instrument in divine hands, to punish the agricultural population for their various transgreseiuns, but that is not alto gether clear to the rural intellect hereabouts, as no chinch bugs worth mentioningbaveyet made their appearance in the Kaw Bottom. It is to be regretted that ihe thought and dif course of our tanning communities ia al most of necessity occupied with things and topics of at elittling and harrassing tenden cy. It woold seem that a cbuu whose lot is cast amid the warbling woodlands and blossoming prairies, who have so little to do with tbe artificialities of the towos.and their trivial and deceittul associations, who have such constant ineitementa to "look through Nature up to Nature's God" it would teem that they, of all others, should partake of tbe pure and lofty-mindedncss which fluch influences are calculated to develop. But it is not altogether so. We fear that the farmers of Sherman, Fairmount and Stran ger, and posubly tho-e of Tonganoxie and other townships, do not partake, in a gen eral sense,of such exaltation. Few of them, as we have reason to believe, make a busi ness of finding "sermons in stones and leaves in running brooks." Nature, viewed from an re -tbetic standpoint, ia not the nature that enters by any considerable percentage into their calculations. No w it is the grass hopper; then the drouth; then the irrepres sible weed; and thes", with the fever and ague, weavil, Texas steers, cut worm, chinch bue. and what not. other natnral but very perplexing inflictions, leave but little else lor many ot tbe norny nanaeu to tatic ana think about. Ours neighbors on the prairie have chinch- bug on the brain severely. Uf course it is not to be wondered at or mentioned in their disparagement. With the crops upon which they depend b?ing doomed by these pests. contentment is oat of the question, and eauanimitv a thing better praised than practised. Chinch-bug conventions are held at the road crosf-ings. At the school house gatherings, while the Spurgecns are soaring away to the skyes, peradventure tbe thoughts of the "dear hearers"-are afar in their sorry-looking corn and grain fields, with the chinch-bug. It is a topic that in duces a querulousy grubling tone of conversa tion. It gives use to a sort of iireverant philosophy, as if anything were created in vain, even if the niaoriiy of lrx particular ly interested fail to see it. Theveryhumor which it invokes is grim and dubious. I think it has a tendency to put neighbors in an unfriendly frame of mind in regard to one another. The other day, at Kim Grove, two young farmers, ordinarily of the most gentle and Iamb like temper, fell out about tome clover which one of them was cutting in the local grave-yard. One finally went so far as to "belt" the other over the head with a huge herders' whip. The other re sponded with a hatchet, and he might, and probably would, have made mince meat of his assailant, had not the horse upon which the latter wss mounted been seised, just in tbe right nick of time, with an ambition toshow off his stepping qualities. To finish the story I should add that tbe awaultiog party, as soon as he had gotten safely out of the range of the hachet, became so deeply impressed with a sense of the injury he had done lothe "peace and dignity" of the State of Kansas, that he rode straight way to Squire Ryner son's and gave himself up. The squire impos ed a fine of ten dollars. The man.who had evi dently thought to get off wi.h a dollar or two, was taken aback, nutcasnea inenne, however reloctantly, as the squire wts inex orable. But the next time be hzs a little unplea-anness to settle, he will give that court a wide berth. The Elm Grove neigh borhood is narticularlv infested with the bue; both the farmers above mentioned have large numbers of tbem to spare. The action of the Leavenworth school di rectors, in cutting down teachers' wages, is hailed by certain rural economists as a move in the nroner direction. The conviction is eainine ground that if education is such a good thing, it ought, to a greater extent, to be sell-supporting, it win not ao to get up a poelliac-book aristocracv in a tree country. and teachers, as a class, are bo doubt be- fafBUIlg oaogouw stalls, ASIV 1SM1WW i J - - w-lal.. ILa Mi.l.nm that special quaiincations are aeeoea oy the teachers calling has driven too many able-bodied men and women of the country out of the school room into the cam field and kitchen. In this wav tbe people have been "ehisled" out of untold sums of money. The modem hwh-Driosd stvle of teaching it calculated. moreover, to interfere with the prodac- tioe of Klf-matle men; and that at to be ds. nrecatad. aateU-mademea have ever I the mala stay and glory of tWaatiew. Then cosaideratioai are having weight, and the day may not be tar distant when millionaire ueasgosjana will be lea anastitwn than 1 ther are now. W i- . m .. TtatwosMCtoi tae tioa of a railroad from De Soto to Kaarai C,alosthesoathhaakof the Saw, is said to be almost certain. This will give otgaaetitbeaskofcoariwiaglmeaasd eatter in this bottom. In the field of John Aty, aaar ear eeUsgkte sTOoads, I have QiiHi siat mat ia T t .Vs 1 si Ik awtaae. Taarearaa UmtmmljmtMi. PawFawBob, ana, there an other fields ia the J.A.B. Jamr. Xliii lAVElinOBTg WEKIiy J?BIB8i TgKbJJAy, JIT-LY 2, 18t4. KTRDER WILL OUT. Ttxis Official UakMOwingly litjitures Two Notorious Kansas Crimiaals. Samuel Asbmore. the Topeka VflTe Murderer, and E. B. Place, the Counterfeit er, in Custody. Arrival of the PrisonersA Sin gular Circumstance in Con nection with Their Arrest. The St. Louis Glole of Thursday has the following: 8. P. Wade, Sheriff of SLawcee cauntv, Kansas, and C. L. Vanderpool, Deputy U. 8. Marshal for the District of Kansas, ar rived at Barnum's Hotel yesterday morniog from a professional trip to Texas, connected with which is one of tbe most interesting stories ever told in connection with police annals. One year ago Bamuel As hmoie, a physi cian doing business in topeka, murdered bis wife and wai incarcerated in tbe Shaw nee county jail, from which he escaped, only to be recaptured. Confined with him in the same institution w:s E. B. Piace, who had been arrested by the United States authori ties for passing counterfeit money, and in February last, before either prisoner had been tried, they both managed to break jail, and proved successful in getting out of the country. Weeks and even months passed without any clue to the escaped men being obtained, and they Here given npicrgood when, during the latter par t of Mar, infor mation was received that Ashmore and Place had been arreatel in Mexico by Krnx Carson. Chief of Police at Brownsville, Texas, who is evidently a shrewd and cun ning officer. Ibe capture resulted from a chain of fortuitous circumstances that were detailed to a Globe reporter by Mr. Vander pool, in the office of the Chief of Police yes terday afternoon, and aa tbey are decidedly interesting, our readers will be placed in possession of the facts. It appears that Chief Caison was WORKING UP A XUKDEK CASE that had been perpetrated in Cameron county, Texas, when he accidentally ran across three Ameiicans in Matamoraa, which is acroes the river from Brownsville, whom he su'pected of being the men for whom he was searching. The Americana in question were Ashmore, who was following nia pro fession as physician; Place, who was engaged in repairing sewing machines, and the per petrator of the Cameron murder, whose name, for the time beir-r, escaped Mr. Van derpool's memory. Caimin call-d upon Mr. Thomas F. Wilson, t-ie American Consul, and represented to that gentleman that be bad a description of some murderers that corresponded with the men in question, and askiog lor assistance to arrest tbem. The representative of tbe Mexican government in Matamoraa was applied to, and he detail ed two Mexican officers to aid Carson in ef lectins the desired arrest. Accompanied by the Mexicans, Cirson visited Asbmore's room and found him alone. He informed the American that he bad been arrested by tbe Mexicans for stealing a sewing machine, and understood that it was an instrument which at one time had been repaired by Asbmore's friend Place. Having purchased tbe machine, instead cf steal'm; i'. he de sired bis countrymen to help him out of scrape by identifying it. Athmote's reply was, "All right, as soon as they come in we will go with you. We don't like to see an American in the hands of the Mexican sons of ." rlace and the third party shortly af crward arrived, and as soon as the cse was explained to them all bands star ej for POLICE HEADQUARTERS. On arriving there Carson turned around and said to Asl more ard Place, "Murder will out, boys, won't it?" Ashmore ap peared thunderstruck, and throwing both tiaods ejoculated, "I know it," and ran off at the top of his speed. The other two men were retained. The Kansas murderer suc ceeded in escaping that nigbt, and tbe next morning was found concealed in a saw-mill, When brought before the United States Consul be slated that he had been going by the name of Henry Dewitt Anthony, but in stead of murdering anybody ia Texas, he was wanted for the killing of his wife in Kansas. Plate was known by the name of Jones in Matamoraa, bat on being question ed, acknowledged that nit proper cognomen was E. B. Place. '. B. Place," soliloquised the detective; "then you are also wanted in Kansas, for passing counterfeit money." The third prisoner, as before stated, proved to be the Texas murderer. Asbmore stated that he was willing to re turn to the States without a requisition, hav ing already put his county to sufficient ex pense, but Place at first demurred, stating that, before deciding what to do, he would like to see a friend. After a consul tation with that individual, Place also con cluded to return without a requisition, and both men were taken across the river and incarcerated in the Brownsville jail, to await the arrival of the Kansas authorities. On the 31st of May, Marshal Vanderpool and Sheriff Wade left Topeka for Kansas City. From tbe latter city, they went to Galveston, over the Missouri, Kansas and Texas road. From Galveston, the officers went back to New Orleans, where they took the steamer for Brazos Santiago, and from there, a steam tug to Point Island, Texas, six miles distant. Thirty miles more by rail, brought them to Brownsville, where they FOUND THEIR MES and at once started oa tbe return trip, ar- rivirg here yesterday. Ashmore asknowltdges having murdered bis wife, and states that tbe least he expects is imprisonment in the Penitentiary. Tbe case agiinst him is said to be a very strong one. In crmirg up on the train Sheriff Wade noticed in tne St. Louis papris that bis dep uty, Gil patrick, waa about tj leave Topeka. for St Louis, to bring back with him Seneca P. Bragg, wbo was arrotcd here a day or since by Detective Tracy for ra'sing $2,000 on a forged draft in the employ of Wells Fargo A Co.. last winter. Mr. Wade called at the Four Caurta and made arrangements to have Bragg accompary the others tnis evening, that prisoner having Minified his willingness to go wittoot a requitition. Bragg who is evidently an intellicent man, and has seen better days, had only been here a short time and was working for the Iron Mountain Railroad Company at tbe time of bis arrest. CeaUar Ualaaeat. The great dicovery of tbe age There is no pain which tbe Cen taur liniment will not relieve.no sweilingwhicht'will not subdue, and no lameness which It will not cure. This is strong language, but it is true. It is no humbug; - the receipt is printed around each tpflvr cer.iScatesof wenderful cures of r . U.IUT. A tlllUMI WUIMUUIK rheumatism, neura'gis, lock-jaw, sprains, swell- Inga. Dums, acaios, caae-i- ore5L poisonoui uiies, frozen let, gout, salt iheum, ear-ach, Ac, anl the reprint of tne Liniment will be sent giatis to see v on. It la tne most wooaerui neaiing ana pmin- reUaTing agent tha world nas ever proaocea. it sella aa no snie'e ever before did sell, and it sells because it does just what it prrtenJs to do. One bottle of the Centaur Liniment for animals (yellow wrapper) is worth a hundred dollars for spavined, tnf nd nr sailed horses and mules, and for screw- worm lo sheep. AO ramny or noes-owner ran ai foid to be without Centaur I loin ent. Price, 50 cents; large bottles. II. oo. j. a. atosaatio., 53 Broadway, New York. r-.nntoria. is mora than a substitute for Cas- toroiL It is the only tajt article in rxiatencs) Tnicaunis Uf irnuiaifT UIO WWVU, IUIV wuw- colicand produce natural sleep. It is pleasant to take, cnuaren naea Bw.cry sua asuni mj lecp. eprj-w W. A. Batchelor'8 Hair Dye b splendid. Never fails. Established 7 yaara. ProneriT applied atBatchelor'sceietorated Wieaad i TOcraa Factoxt, 1( Bond street New Tort WJLBAtclielor's ' UskaSetl OIL for the Hair. Tha best tir -iliousa. W. A.BsVtcbelor's Dentifrice sr beautifying and pewenlag the Teeth and Gntas sad deodorising lha Breath. W. A. BAtchelor's CnratiTe OINTMENT iaamediataly carat aUac-Worss, Tet asr, ItcalsgorthaHasa. aastaU Jtraptloaa of the aUa.taoaorbody. W. A. BAtchelor'fHew Cot- METKtUE, Uacksr sals sad ntail -"- . i. rTcAasslbraBaaaataaa, AatawUssah i-aaw-ssr lsIATUWI MLAMMLMW9MMM. PeaXa.TJ8HTT sates, aatwasa aaarta-wiy Jasaata tssatsaatt ia-eawssa. BxsasasMtat- A TJOMaaT AT IAW, ajsataaaat aai Cathe. sissaafassswast"'" ""!i " Markets by Telegraph. Turk mover BTarkat. Kaw Yoax, June S3. oocrosTs. 1S81- 1561,. .116? -120J4 1 new., :sss, 10.40a. CurreneT 6s, -"5. New So, MO. , I The produce export! for tbe week wen $7,101. cia id liu-reue over last week of $761. J6o- Tieaaurv DUbosem-uta iTo.Ouo. Customs Bo- re'pts $311,000. (Told opsoed at 111,'i. but aU salesot the tay were at 111. Carryinc Bates 1 r..- l ttorrnwine 1(33 r cent, and flat. slooev-Active, closed at 5 per cent. Sterling taSTfrai SSCudars: 81 9C3 90!4 sight. Prt.ue . n...l.l .. ev. Mats Bonds Quiet RiUrosd Bonds Firmer. Oovemmeca A shade i.. Kf.ks.fitiened active and ad Tarred esrlr in the day 1 percent, lo the whole list; this alvance, sriih the advance lumonej, caused are-ii-iion from lh hienest Doint ol VJaci per coat. At the eke th market was firm, and i nces recovered tive and strocr. Sat Sew Twa-k rawawea Market. New Yobk, June So. Flour Dull and lower: superfine. S5C035 30 common to aood. $5 73t4G 1-1 : while wheat z. f C TO ar. no. WhMt-ls tilt demand and firmer o. 2, Chlcai spring St 356J.1 36; No. 2 MiL , ft 40 i ;; winter ret aesiern, i osi . se Dull, at tl 071 13. Baitev Unchanged. ora Lower; wea ern lulled. 7G79c; western yellow, 7SaT9e. : white western. 8&87e. Oats Heavy andljwer; mixed western. 58(G2c.; white west ern, bUianDC wa rirawi. cu(u oiwuj. Molasses Quiet. Pork lower; cewtoe-s. Ij'f cash: Ki Jnlr. Beef-Quiet. Meats Quiet; sbourersio bulk, 7c; hams In bulk. ll(S(H3ic. Middles steady; lona clear, lwJJ-isKc. lard Firmer; primefcteam, 11 5-16c. n"hi ky Steady, at 99c FT. IACB, June 30. Ilemp Dull and ocehanged. Flour Dull, Weak and unchanged. Whm Dull; spring nom inal; No. 2 offered at ft OS; 95c b.d; No. 1 un changed; ottered a, fl 16; SI US hid; samp'e lots now sold at f 1 15&S 25. Com Inactive clesing lower; No. 2 mixel 5959c cash; July 59c Data doll and deeltalag: o. mixed, 47(4 47c Bye Unchanged. Fork firm, at 318 50a 18 75. bait Meats Nominal and strong; shoul ders, Cic; clear rib, 9&a'iKc; clear sides, 9c Bams 13&14KC. Lard Fru aud unchanged. Whlaky-DuJ, at 95c. Bt.LsUa live Stack market. St. Locia, Juue SO. Hogs Firm; active, in lair demand and higher; lkht. 85 titles H; bacon, S3 40580, butchers $5 7536 00. Cattle Heavy; prim tx extra na tives, $475(8625; butchers. S 50a4 00; good to choice, SI S04 CO; common to choice, f 1 0"35 CO. Texans, 12 0U5 00. rfcleasw Market. CHICAGO, June 30. Flour Dull and lower. Wheat Dull, un settled andirngular; No. 1 spring, 81 20. No. 2, SI 17Kessb,cr July; No.S, St 09H1 10. Corn Demand active; No. 2 mixed. ITOJi'it&e. cash. Oats Steady; No. 2, 44Kccash; 41cJuly; 33c August. Bye Quiet and unchanged ; No. 2, 81c. Banev Dull and nominal. Fork Demand active and advanced, at openiog: quiet, weak snd lower at the doss; 317 75 cash; 817 75 July; 81795 August. Bulk Meats Unchanged; shoulders, J4e: short rib, 8 9-10e spot; los, :ic August. Lard Uu let and onchaneed: lle cah or Jul v. Whisky Steady, at 94c. C'kieasro Live Stack Market. Cutcaoo, June 30. Cattle Dull and lower oa a'l descriptions; good to choice sieers selling at S5 45,a 6 15; eatra, 8S25 ( 30 through Texans, S2 50M3- llogs Oeoed active and higher, at 8 2"aG 25 for poor to choiev. and closed duU, at 55 S6 15. SECOKD AND LAST Grand Gift Concert, in am op tiik MASONIC RELIEF -AJSSOCIATIOIT, Of Norfolk, Virginias. Thursday, Sept. 3d, 1874. THI8 enterprise is conducted by tbe Masoxio Kauar AasociATios. orNoaroLK, Va , un der auibority of the Virginia I egislature (act pass ed March S'h. 1873), fit the purpose ol laislng funds to complete lha Mssooic leuiple cow in course of erection in Norfolk. 50 000 TickitS-6030 Cash tiif s. ,r 1 sv TO BE alVEtf AWAV. A Nw Fbatobx, to wit: A Oift is fimri:i!e,-J to one of every a Coueecutive Nuiu h ,s. lISTOFGIFrJ ONE OBAND CASH GIFT OF ONE C1KAND CAHH UlrTUF ONE OBANU IJA8H UlFf OK. ONE UKAND CASH GIFT OF. ONK C4RAMD CASH GIFT OF. ONK GBAND CASH GIFT OK. ONE UKAND CASH GIFT OF. IS Cash GUta of SlOoO esch. 28 Cash (sifta of 600 each 4.1 Cash Gifts of 250 each, 79 Cash Oifta of 15(1 each 250 Cash (iirts of ltl each, 578 Cash llifli of f0 each, 5000 Cash Gifts ot 10 each COOO CASH GIFTS, aggregating 1250,000 Whole Tickets, Slil;Uall lirkeis. 85; Quarter Tickets, 82. SO; kleven Whole Tickets or 22 Hall Tkketa for SI00. No discount oa less amount. NO INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS. This Concert is strictly for MASONIC purposes, and will be conducted with lha same liberality, honesty, and fairness which characterised tb tlr.t nterprise. JOHN L. KOPEK, Frca't. For Tickets and Circulars gtvlnj full Informa Uoo, address. HENRY V. MOORE. Secretary, MASONIC BEUEF ASSOCIATION, Norfolk, Va. Age Hts fTaated Ejcrywher. iuly leodJtw A. REPINE fc Co's ST1BLES, (voaHKBLT Haarar kdoixtos's,) Corner or Tbird and Seneca Streets, LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. Thla is the largest and most complete Livery Establishment in the West. Everything about it ia FIBST-CLASd. Tha NEWEST STTLE OF Ta easeas Bwtrsrlew. Tha Hones were selected from the picket stock of the country, OEN1LE, DOCILE and SPIRITED. Ihe Har ness Is all row. Elegant CLOSE A RBI AG EH. with Cabbtcl Datvaas furnished for parties and funerals. Wateas Bssrweaekesi, Pkasissaa, and Saddle Horses for Lapiaa and GaifTLraiBBT. Bosirsllna Hssraess taken at liberal rates, and attended to with care. maj7-2it NIAGARA FIRE IMSURAICE CO., OF N. Y. The Contract of the " Underwriters' Agencv," (composed of the Niagara, Han over, Garmania, and Kcpublic Fire Insur ance Cos., ot jncw lorKi cxpirea isisi December, 1873. The " Niagara" Insuranee Co. acknowl edecs no HaUlitr under Policies or Renew. als issued AFTEK THAT DATE by the " Underwriters' Agency," so-called. THE NIAGARA HAS 23 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE. CashAsseis,$1,L50,000 OX0MI . W00OWAXD, Aftat- Leavtnwonh, aaaaaa. OHKABEIAGX. 182, 1MK latS, .111 law.- ... -iaH 141 ..20,0CO 10.0UO 5JHO 2.S00 9 fwm 15,0u0 tl IkHl 10,750 11,850 25,000 2S.900 .50,000 fLmJ-tX, SaBsssRSaeva avTrla awtsfa sPwsv.y BfJ!gr3ggQg'yyg MISCELLANEOUS. b&Sz THE NEW IMPKCVZD HEMIXGTON Sewing Itlacbines, AWARDED THE "Medal for Progress" AT VlE.wX., 1ST3. I7ie Hkiukst OaoKa or "MiaL" Atvaanxn at the Expotno.t. Ko Sawin j Mxcnlne Becstred a Higber Prlza. A FEW O03O KEASOKS : 1. A .Vcic hmtim Thoroughly Te te-d and sa. cured by Letters Patent. a. Makes a perfect Locx SlITCU, aiiVe on both sides, on all kinJi qfgtoJi. 41. DcaaBLE Ituns lor jeats without Bepairs. B Will do all varieties ol Work and Fancy Stitching In a superior manner. . Is Most easily Maaaged br tha operator. Length of stitch may be altered ahile runnirg. and machine can be tnreaJed without passing througn holes. 7. Design Simple, Ingenious, Elegant, forming the stitch without Ihe use of Cog Wheel Gears, Botary Cams or Lever Arms. Has the A utouatic Drop Feed, wh'ch la-ures uniform length of stitch at any speed. Uas our new Thie-d Controller, which allows easy movement of mcdle-barand prevents injury lo thread. 8. Construction most careful aid finished. It la manufactured by the most skillful and experi enced mechanic, at the celebrated Bemington Armory, Iliou, N. Y. Chicago Office, 2$j State Strcat. apr2t daw shuts Champion Washer. M M---' (l4 i - t; aS' tA'',"1"1 sfl53S Price Oaly 97.30, Washes Clean ! Washes Fast ! A Family Washing caa be dose la OJST33 BOT7R. It poraesses the advantage ot Poital.ilitv, welch ing only 17 IT'S; Cheapness, it Is furni.hed at S7.&1; Dursbility, it is made ot hard maple, calvanizeu iron and steel; Simplicity, itembudieMhepritiei pie of hand-washing the small roils on lop of washboaM adjusting themselves to the clothes, giving an even pressure, A CHILD CAN WORK IT. It will wash clean both wristbands and collars as well as a 10 ft. blanket. It FIIhIh atfeiisiaten Ttib. AGENTS W. 1 ED in eve y county and Slate. Address CALKINS CHAMPION WASI1EH CO., Ji7 Clark St., CHICAOO. aHTIf there is no scent In jour town send ST. 00 and we will deliver Washer Iree of oipcnje. MAESHALLS ft HALYARD Agents,. aprSu-evdaw Sal Shawnee Su, Leavenworth. BECKWITH POKTARI.R FAMILY gewing yachin 820 820 S20 Beauty, Utility & Strength Combined Ir'iiA no Toilsome Tread o tlie Treadle. BECKWITH SEWIBO afACHINE CO. 6 BrostdwayCNew Twrk. rlt-eodaw-207 SAMARITAN NERVINE! Is the great remedy for Epi leptic Fits, Convulsions and Snasma. It Is aa infallible remedv. A certain and sure curd in every case, of long or snort standing, it matters not how many doctors have tried their skill and tailed. It has been teited bv hundreds, and never waa known to tail in a single case. Come or send im- .niedlslelf lor medkines. and eek relief. A trial bottle win tw sent to any one sutlering tin the above named uisea w. Alwavs give nsme o! jour express office, when ordering medicine. SPEEDIaLY CURED ALL Chonic and Nervous Diseases of both eexee, at rersonable price i. Young n.en who are suflering from nervous dtbility, a weak, nerv ous, exhausted feeling, no energy, low spirits, coo fused bead, weak memory, etc., peinianentlj cured. Females can consult me, personalis' or by Idler, about any ot the difficulties inc dent to the sex, with the asurame of speed v relief. All commu nications si rict ly conndeni ial. Enclose two stamps for an Illustrated Journal of Health a complete treatise on all chronic diseases, containing upwards of sixty pages; also, a short Lecture on Marriage. It is a book Ihiteverj fam ily ought fo have, and do one should be without iu To the weak and sickly one, it lays tare the cause of the ma'aly, points out the, remedy and directs bow to retain that precious boou. over 1,5"0 pa tients are now under treatment, Pleaie stste where you saw this advertisement. Address DR. S. A, RICHMOND, (P. O. Box 711.) St. Jo-ei h. Mo. Office: On Francis street, oppo-ite iacitic Hotel. uneJ-eodAw-S Low Priced Music Books. ATTRACTIVE, USEFUL AND VERY POPULAR. Claiks's Dollar Instructors, MEED OBOANN, PIANO.and TIOLlk. River oILi!c, 33cts. Best Sabbath School Song Book. CADTATA'of ESTHEE. Drama'iscd, 50 cents. Imuicnsly popu'ar. FATHER KEMP' OLD FOLKS TUNES. 40 cents. Much enlarged. Sung every where. River of Life. S3 ct. be t Ssbbath 5chool song book. WINNER'S NEW SCHOOL for Piano, Cabinet, Or?n, Guitar, Hanjo, Cornet, Accordeon, Fi e, Flut. Flsgeoie-. Clarioet. price ot each book, 73 cents. IUver o! Lite, 35 cts. best book lor fabbith school. Winner's Band of Four. Sl.Cfl. Island 2d Vio in, Cornet or Clarionet, and Bass. Sent post-paid on receipt of retail price. OLIVER 0ITS0N A Co., CHAS. H. DITS0N A CO. Boston. 711 aroaoz. is. T. juneZt-eudaw DITSO'S Home Musical Library! Price of each Book in B - '. "3 ; CIcUi, t$i00; Full C;.- . . . MUSICAL TU "A -DE. A'oc 1 SILVER CH('i:i. Vocal. BEATH OF uEMJ. Vocal. GEMS OF SACRED SOSG. Vocal. QSMS OF OEBVAK SONG. Vocal. OKMfl OF SCOTTISH SONG. Vocal. OPERATIC F2ABLB, Vocal Duets. 8H0 WES OF PEARLS. Vocal Duels. OBOAK AI HOME, Seed Organ Music Instru ment!. OEMS OF StRATJaB. laatraBjentaJ. BOMB CTaKLa,"TtU L InatrtunoataL BOMB CTBCLB, VOL. TL Inttroaeatal. P1AIBTS ALBCM. Instrumental. FIAsTO-FORTE OEMS. iBstruaaentaL Large sphadid books ot bound atle, 200 to 25) wfa, full sheet aanalc sise, snd eontala very saeat pcoaorttoa of all tat food ssuaicrver pub lawsiiaV Wei by all dealers. EUher hook teat Stat tsllowrtptosiwUUpdea, BsTSOM CJ., M 0U TU tstBSBSsaa - - - -i i asa JBtatl PR 9i .-.it- LS I JStasaatv. r?!?ilrt r jj-iii iPBlU ssBissaAjr1 faj3steiS)3J Va, Jftkf7 Si' BjasaKv MISCELLANEOUS. DON'T BUY UNTIL, TfOU HAVE CAEEFULLY EXABHNED OUR PmJfs7" And Loxv Reservoir v.iHrf,. 5aiBSitia .! mm y''yujituV. N As we haie IS tiOnn kcimiv Hh 1!n m:y do jour nciu QUICK AND EASY, CHEAP AND CLEAN! They sire tbstrheit pert in hny. LU Tbejr aire, ike Brat lu !'-. t They Bnke atwessly MueHJulcMr. y Tkelr npersillosi t peelers ZS 'key base stlwnynncroiMl slrisfv. 1 bey atr tsisute or beai tuitlerlal. E They roasl sserfretlr. o LU fiQ They require best Utile fnel. They am wery low prlred. They are arnwliy saaaaicest. They rsresinllea to alt Imvullllen. Eeerj Stote guaranteed to give satisfaction. sold ar Excelsior Manufacturing Co., sal. LOU IN. no. And by J. W. CEANCEK. lune2-eodaeow Leavenworth, Kss. Gift enterprise The (My JidialU Gift DUribvlim ta J.' Country, $50,000.00! IN VALUABLE GIFTS. to Bn DiarrjrcTED is Xj- 3D. Fgi ti efs K3:h r.EOUL.S MONTHLY GIFT EHTEBPBISE1 Toheilrnvn Mnnelny, An; KIti,tV7l. ONE UUAND CAPITAL 1T.1ZE OK $5,000 in Gold; TWO Prizes I,0O) TWO PUIZES 50t (GREEHBACKS HV PRIZES tw2 ne Familr Carriages and Matched Horses with Silver-niouuted liamehs. worth Sl,r0; one Horse sndllup;)-, nithSilver-Mounteil Ilarnes, worth 1600; one I-ine-toneil Koewool Piano. wonhf.VJP; tiveraniiiy Sewing Machines, worth SIM each; 750(ioldand Mlver 1-ver Hunting Watches (iu all.) woith from 120 to 5.00 each. Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Jewelry, Ac. No. of (Jilts G.00U TicVets limited to Wl.tTfln! AHENTS WANTED to sell tickets, to whom liberal Premiums will lie paid. feinple tickets 1; Six tickets J5; Twelve tickets $10; Twcntj-tive Ji). Circulars cr.utaining a full list of prixea, a de scription of the manner ot drawing, and other in formation in reference to tbe distribution, will bo sent to any one ordering tbem. All letters must tie addressed to xtais ofhce. lOl W. llflh .t I is. him;. Box M6, julyl-dA CINCINNATI, O. ITiiised States and Fcrc!Aa SALALlAIfDER FELTING CO. MANUFACTUKnP.S OF Non-Coaducting Cement, FCR Cowering Steum Iipe, Bo'.lcra AKD HOT ISIsANT PIPES. Proeluces a very Larp arintr in Fuel. bold by the Bane!, with full Instructions for ap plying. Pipes covered by contract or loot, aud warranted. For further Information, send for Circulars con taining Eastern and M. Louis referanccs. WESTERN BUANCII OSIce. No. 32i ClieHiiittt Ntreet, Factory, 717 South tilth Street, St. Louis. Mo. 0. W. THOMAS, President marl-194 CHAMPION C3-ILiTJE3 For Honscliold V-ff. CHAMPION GLUE McudM Furiiittire CHAMPION GLUE MendM Crockery CHAIKPION GLUE Sfenda GlMHvare CHAMPION GLUE Mcndu Stoneware CHAMPION GLUE 3IendM AxiYllilns Ask Your Druggist for It. CHAMPION GLUE For Wood Work CHAMPION GLX7E For Paper Box MaasaiaCtHrera CHAMPION GLUE tie Best ssd Cheapest in the Market. Oflee, 2S2 South Water Street, scar Lake Street Bridge, CHICAGO. naylS-eodAw A. M. Clabc, Presrident, War. F. Bobtawd. Caahler. SECOND NATIONAL BANK BUYS AND BELLS DOMESTIC ASD FOB tin Eaxaanre. BeceTvea deposiu on call without interest. Allows Interest oa Time Certificates of teposit. Qraata discounts to commercial depositors In pro portion to their averago asoataly baiasees. jnll-dAw JOHM BIRISC-EBa aTtTH MAKER aad dealer ia ail kiada of Shot I XJ Qvm, J&tflc-v sMstolJa Am-iBtltlow. ci.etr.t 5A3jMBySLA2 YrS aawaBSBaBBSaBaaf fWV. .wss atBB i a'W . a, -' ft. la t BawatBwsawaaa' v Ljias .svje- s aar -,-- atat - - T t 4Kl ''W lN 5 8 7 8 9 Mo --tatsllaf her.r-i EXACT Ausable Horse Nail Co. MatiTifactarera of Patent Hammered & Hammer-Pointed & Finished HORSE NAILS. FROM BENZON" IRON EXCLUSIVELY. apTS-eexlaw-SK EDWAKD F. ALUS & CO., RELIANCE -VOBKB, BsCil-ajcrfsvxils.00. Wis. FOUNDRYMEN. MACHINISTS, MILL BUILDERS & FURillSHERS. -TJPERIOR STEAM EZSTGrlTSTJSS. eSco. Oast Iron Wotor and CsVas DE'io- Orders In our Line Respectfully Solicited and I'rouiptly Filleil. Send for Illustrated Circubr. j uneo-eod A w-232 J. F. RICHARDS. JOHN CON OVER. J.F. Richards & Co,, HARDWARE ASD CUTLERY. Fence Wire, Rubber & Leather lieltin?. a!t:CT rot UELMOXT HtfcI.;.!J .VAILS, MACNEALE DURBAN'S FIRE-PKOOF SAFES. Buckeye Keaper and Slower, AND LAFIjIX & RAND POWDER CO. "e Iiave tte best assortment of FAIRBANKS SCALES IN THE STATE. AU Ware houM, Haj and Stock bca'es sM by as wiU 1 twt up without any extra charge. OUR STOCK OF Bellowa, Anvils, Vlaas, ac, Ia complete. The attention of merchants ia called to our stock and prices. SssrOrdert solicited and promptly filled. Comer Third ft Delaware Streets, marSS-dAwly LEAVEJ.WORTU. KANSAS. BED CROSS STEAM FOURING MILLS AT PAP.KVILLE, 310., For Sent Until December 1st, 1874 BV virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Platte county, the ucdirsined administrator 01 the estate of BE MIS & NAMI. will receive, until Monday, July 15th, 1871, at the lUnkiDg House of Cocitiill A Co., in Platte City, M., HEALED PBOFeSaU! for Ihe rent cl sa'd Mills and appurtenances from that lime until the 1st of December, 1874. The death of Mr. Bemis, a short time aince, closed these nulls, and they are left In prime run ning order, with all aiiiendagea necessary to start thru at an hour's notice. They will be or s let as soon as the term ol renting expires, and are rented out only until the preliminary steps ran be taken to effect a sal. The mill la one ot I he fi ne-t structures in tbebtate. and waa built, at a cost of twenty two thousand dollars. The renter will b required to ray In cash, on closing his bid, one-thiid of the rent; and wilt te a'lowe-t to expend nno-naJf of the remainder, in der orders of the Administrator, in im;.roveo.enis and repairs. He will aUo be required to lnnr lb mill in some good company, fur six tbouan I dol lars to be psid to Ihe administrator incase utiles. Security will be required for rent. , r. U. SM'KStlt.f., Adci' r . PlsttbOit, Jto., JunelTtli, S7. junelSi' i NOTICE. STATE OF KANSAS, KANSAS, ) aveoiroKTir, V : Judic al Iist. I locxtt or i.ea District Court, let BENJAMIN F. PETTIT AND JANE SIMJI0NS No. MIX. vs. JANE UKSDEItONand KATE HENDKRSOV, Minor Children, and only Heirs of MskTila 1'CTIIT, afterwards Msrihs Hhhiujs, aa.d Saaall II. GaBaarr, Defendants. To John E. Garrett, Bins Garrett and Jennie Garreit, only Heirs and Pcpretentativts of the above-nained Defendant, caiah II. Garrett : YOU. and each r.f you. will tke notice that the atove-aaind plaintiffs liave fiie.1 an af fidavit in tbe atove-entit k1 action, ststing that said 3trali If. Garrett d'etl on or about the 31st dey of August, 173; and that you are her only surviving Lntrs snd representatives, and that ft Is des'red by them to have the above-entitled action revived, and proceed in the names of you, the said J.ha K. Ga-rett. kdntGarreitandJennieGarrett. Yon ar therefore hereby notifie.1 to appear in the abvre-ent'tltd Court, at the Court roviu in the eitv of Leavenworth, County of Leavenworth, and State ot Kansas, on Ihe EIGHTH DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1S71, At the boar of nine o'clock, in the fo'enoon, to snowcauv woy me auive-entiucl action should not be revived against you. K. IT. 1TOWSLEY. Attorney for theabave-nimed Plaintiff!. juIjl-dlwSt NOTICE ! Equalization of Real Property. COUNTY CLERK'S Of FfCE, CE, as.s, y , 1S74. J 1.KATS3WOBTII, K.aSJS. J una TOTICE IS nEREBY GIVEN, that the Board JLw of County Commissioners, constituted aa a Board .of Equalization, win meet at this o&ce on The la MsMatlay la Jaly aext, to fairly and impartially equalise tbe valuation ot the real property of the county, at which meeting or adjourned meetings, all persons feeling them selves ajrieVel, caa appear and have all errors in the rctarns corrected, as justice and equity may demand. O. DIEFENDOEF. jontlO-dAwtd County Qerfc. Havsuuti Lotterv Dnwtsp a-varj 17 days, commeneioi May Jth, . Til PritettmoaatlBg a rnsajw. atPrtaeaofto.OOoaea too rnaateiaaaj CUTalansrlthfal-lor atlonsents-Bxjc. Tick wtaCaraaloaaa Jt-ts n-id by P. C DEVLIN, ts-MiBT as- ifisinl aacat, S Liberty Btnet, aww Xtsfe. darn tttaw to 450,000 ,;1''-"-, so.000 1 Prist , , 23.000 1 MataC ,. Ij.ooo JIMaaaof ,oJeaea. 10,000 10 Priawsaf tlasio each to.ono 44,JO0 136.J0O Cl-HJ-'J-TT,- HORSE "AlLS. SIZES. Quality ot Nails lull j guaranteed ABRAHAM tUTSSI(J. Secretarj, S5 Chambers tret. New VorS Jk BOOK FOKTIi:52XII,;.Y, Marrio s Guld.o. J A prliate Counii tlT t th ani J tr ith.-talxuT to marry n ine i.yi4i!o? ci mysteries ami iTtLttIn4 ot the Hxi.it syifiu. wuh the wist tii-rotcrics in iruliuibic at.. I icr Tentiuj ollsprtn, IW ttirtrret!tucinAlcxiav Ac. Thislsanintpretlnr- wort ot two hunIreil ami sixty jatr, with tiu-ueruut enraTiDg-. ami con faui) aluab!e lofttiuitum tr ilWtj wtarp ruar nel, or -ontemil.tr mxrrijR. still it H a Uk that ounht toliv, t umler iuca aaJ ley, ami Lut laid carelevaly at tout tho houd. It contain the rxifieste anil adTnot a rhyI clan whose reputation i3 wurM-wMe.ainl .ttiuM If in tlieprirate tt rawer ot every mat- at, I frr a c throughout the ntiro itlol-? It emlrnie eveiy thiusjon th sul-jetttjf thopcnratife syMiu t ut ii Worth t now. 114. and mut.li t.tU iot laublbtaeJ in any other work. b'enttoauy uiaetlreont ptjge lor rifty Ttnn. Address lr. Uatta I:9iea3,ry, No. Ij N. Sth street, St. Louis, Mo. N0TICITT0 THE AFFLICTED & Ur.FOItTUr.ATE Reforc appljia; to the notorious iuacfcs who ad vertise ia public psiersp or using any tti.ick reuil-dii-s peruse Dr. Iiutts work uo matter wh.ltjuur disease i or how deplurable vuureundition. Vt, Rutts occupies a dotitieuoue of twenty-ev-en rooms; is indorsed bv tMmeol tlioluost celebni tid uu d'eal profesor. ut this country anil 1- uri, and can lnctniiltel personally or by mail, em ll disea.el mentioned iu his woi'fc. Ol&ce and p tr I.r. No. li a. Kixnih street, betvrteu Mattel ami C'besUuit. ht. Louis. Mu. ian't-JAw AJl.t e. C'ii!X ' SPSCIAt Hi.?0SIKSS fj lf-55- .iC Ya JtJa 7;T3 V -'"'- f r . 1 i&l Jmb- For Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes eL ?z.z'.t With peat care, by a nt-z? t r.T c-s, ire extract from the fr"e?, select mil 1 a ! Aromattcs, cadi cliar.irtinstic ll.ivur, ..: J produce Flavoring of rare ti t' -Of great strength prrt-C ; r No pohonout vih. L',erijl:' . . Tfitlltflt. No tlfri'.'l'h I ' ' tneature, Loi-'tw c "'(...." ottcrs pitrpoi'ti'ig I i ' itiif- 'i i rn - . Use then, unrr, ji't i r . v'lir I At mott delicate, uih torn jl"cort rr, r i i"i So superior to ttio clu-ap i'str.''. '; for J)r. VtX'k's (Cr'a1 Piavunn . l n ufACtitreil on!v ''v TSEIftPRfi. tbpot-, !;. . . Yanufactrrrrtfif Jii f . , . r Vii.it j 'ul) v - SEWIIYGMACIELXE THE HEW JalslERICuH A MoVI of &Icii"!. Oty and Ira I . y Alu-a 0faIIerj4Air ltjr in I ui pro c- m-ri i, and t..u a X" rf-c M i jii.e tv lc or- t'i jot te'f Thi a! -Ii j; t-K.in I ru-is tfcr . i ' It - ur Mm j fW"J ' - Thtj Terjo" w --liy, evenlf iLlfc -Itctiy 4'ljUstt-1 t- j, are ;Ii ru.ai e , 2fo rhr'.-IIny-np Is rqatril In tnliu' t Thit faTtrite Maclune tV- very Tan ty of u done on an MititUe ilach ne. bat with grta cr eate and rri'etlon. It has bfn ad'jit'e! hy t!ic Kansas S'a'c Vzvr, -5 aa their bTANIAKI MA tlINt.au J the ceLit inltr-i to general familr u-. We elicit correspoidencrr w.tfi a-Tcry Gra-t" throughout Kanai an 1 tlewci feeod for tircti larj, eaiuptes aiad siec'sl Urmt toGiacrs, to I. A. UCt'rC, Manager, No. (03 North Fourth rtreett xaarI3.I5-aoirAw faT. UjL'Ii, MO 63 Sandolph St. Corner of btate. The taott Enatrnpl Sjekllut of Le Aj in l.'.S trtatmmt of Plill'ATK, CVJIO.VC ml fJIAVJ Er DISEASES, SEJIIXAL K't-tRSES.? The result ol early Indiscretions or other caise-t1, pro ducing bxrvoc;nius. pikples, c.-r tiik rice, AVKBSIOa TO SOCICTT, UFA1KSD 31H11T, LO 3 Of XBMORT ABO MA3I10OD PHUlA"I.t 1LY CCHKS, THBCBKanoraBDicai.LiTKSUTCKE. Illustrated with ckaateengravinsexplainln: who may marry, why not, why. The Impediments to tuarruc. Their nature, cause and cure. Price SO cents, sect in a plain sealed envelope. Ladles requiring sur gical aid. medical attendance or advice may ca.t or address the doctor. Invalids provide! with p I ate apartments, l.ard, aitennce, ic. Cures oaranteed. Eubbrr (tools n baad. JanlU Circulars to Ladle s l a stan. p. PATENT LEG3 & ARMS At DcJnctvl Price. . The patient pnttlnj on and practlca'- CwasB '7 lesting the leg before pureha In,,-. I ' f J . soldiers furjUhcl without cnar;e. It Bepairing done at moderaie prices. If Pamphleuacd pricollst, containln: J necessary lnformauon, icnttree. tddreaa LEWI.H LUl'UWuuD, 313 Pine street, v.t M ..,-l. (l. TO CCI2iaE E02FAE-I LAUD. Tish to exchange tor farm lamls the tIIowir; property, situate In Leavenworth City, viz: Tbr raaldencos, sne busintss boose, and tbebrst;iok and Wagon Sard, Feel anil sale stable, and laru ers Hotel combined, in the city. All this prtp ertjr la bearing tent, in good repairs and well inci te. For fllll particulars address V K.H. 110W8LEY, BTl7Lw3 LtaTcnworth aty, Kacsaa, 14 3K1 f-i. sj-Sti .-.-iTir sS&tf- J-TXC alwinISt!Mmttaw2Mmw .,:- !.! ?-LS.j - Mn '