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"ir -r &zrypj5gi --n-r-- -- cv 4riv ? e 1 Tfkrh 4fP fvcs-!j;5rf.vx?;--; i'w-fv-j'srr-!: "s--j 1 -'-vjy- -GC "-" Tj-qjv-"' T" 1 i3 THE LEAVENWOBTH "WEEKLY TIMES: THJSRDAT, AUGUST 27, 1874. 1 I U I i. ) .-, Tr fflttfels 8Bwm THUfiSDAY, ATJGUSr 27, 1S74. For reliable m'dical treatment and a epeedy carr, ro to the Cen-ral Medical In etitute, 765, Cbcunnt street, S- Lonis. Mo. j;2C-dotw Pod's Extbact. What medicine Its rarely appeared ia public prints, and yet, of the iti ale extend to every ixr.ii.u c&uniry? Ojly on?, TundV Ivxtrict. !Aw TbComohuuthoI Ulur. The Champion Glue C. of dura". III-, are lumio? out a new article of s!t:e, which is cheaper ami lidler it.aa any er te.ore in the- uiarkit. IlrtA their "ad.' TiiEGrancerXiTihwfs'ern Supply Coin mnj, Si'. ! S Vi-strn-!, Chicago, ia another '.yjA lir.-i-e i ric-i lo do bainef s with farm er. 'I'ile g.-fl'l'.iltll ICtCMS'.eJ COEie 13 1H with ir' : ercatf. and are wort by of co. ti jrnrll-w227 llANIIO.- lANIIeJOl MaKRUCH! 260 pas'5- JjasU tr. ilamag.-; tl.e cause and c- . J-cnt srilrd. post-paid, for 50 cents, bv Dn. C. WiilTTIl.lt, 617 St. Charles Street. St. Louis. Mo.. the great specialist. Itmul his works. I'ampalet free Call or write. His opinion cost: nothing. N. Rrmikwirti A Jtro.. lUIIiard Table Manufacturer, witli tl.e S. Brunswick & Bro.'s Patent Everlasting Steel-Plate C-uhicn, or the Pure Kubbcr Cushion, warranted to retain elasticity and cot decay. No. Ill north Kfth street, be tween Cbcstnat and rinr, St. Iamih, Mo. Feb. 7-fim 83JO OOO In l.nnn, IN tfUMSOF NOTIXSSTdAS 81,000, Money to loan en law; time, at 10 wr cent. mleret, en improved farm and good busintva city properly. Thce wislnn;; to borrow will call on Mr. Win. Booth, Slate aoenl of the Xcrlhwei-tern Mutual Life In. urnce Company, correr of Fifth and Dcl- &w KKBICflllUiri l Ihr Clliisnx. At lait n licrfcct dcn'.ifric haa been ci covered. Never wa. tooth Lrush dii peil in to a preparation si ueolijectionabl and 80 effective ax Sczsdjnt. All iU irieredienti axe Lo'anic It whitens the teeib, keep them undirculorcd, and free from bleuii-Ii, and improvr the coadition of gtira?. oo-Aw "SPKiKorjELn, Mass, My 27, 1S71. We, the proprietors of the S.eam Laucdry and Springfield Djehcuc (both the ltrcat in Wis'ein MassirtiutU), have tried many marches in oureHtablifed burinc f, and cheer-fiilly-reeommed joara as ruptrior to them all. Truly ba the nitne "Duryea' S-srch" become familiar as,houeliold word.'. Whilet the noted excellency e f our laundry work and ilsmperiori'T of finih i attributable in a sreat meat me to the peif tct puiiiy of your goods; we use it and w&nt no other. Very truly yours, atigSG-eod&tr Israel 1 1 akmos & Co. Ibli Ian Age) of rrofrres. The steam car go tbucdetinc alosg the bill-side, acres the 1 rjiries, by the towering mountains, duhicc from the Atlantic to the PjciSe ccean freighted with lbe luxuiies of every clime. Iron ships and iron-clad Mon itais have rprttng into beioc in the last fifty years; and yet the best of all is Dr Price's Cream Bakins Powder, and Special Flavor ing; in fsct they ere among the greatest im provement of the a;e, by which wc can fit down to light, who!e-mft and drliciuts bwcuiU. and creams of rncs: !e!:cite fliVfiis. Uaktfoud Steam Lacnuiiy IIaut ford, Const., My 11, 1S71. Doing the mes: extensive business in tbi city, and de sirocs at all limci 10 tarn out the bts'. work, we are using Duryca' "Satin Glon Stardi," and pronounce ir, for its adaptability to general family washing, uniform whitences, strength and purity, the perlection of qual ity. In saying this we arc Lut reiterating the sentiments ot all parties who have tcs'. ed the well-known sapfrlorqualities of your goods. Youis very truly, eoH&tr Geo. F. Stkar.-. A Kara Tblo?. Dr. Hunter's Speccfcc and Injection Ko.l are warranted to cure the Ooaor rhea. Gleet, Cordee, Strictures, diseases of the kidneys, bladder and urinary organs of male and females. Dr. Hunter's Specific No. 2 is a sure remedy for the Spcrmtcrrhoca, Seminal Weakness, Nightly Emissions and Losb of Power, caused by self abuse or exces sive indulccncc. Pricoof Dr. Hunter's Specific $2 per bottle; Injection SI. Sent everywhere by express. Dr. J. Dinsbccr, sole propriety, No. 605 North Savcnth street. St. Louis. Mo. Send two stamps for a treatise. Cures gnar cslccd or money refunded. HOBKItT Pakham, eod & w Aucnt for Leavenworth NervonsT Dsoilitv. A .leuresaed. irritable state of mind: a wmk. nuvojs. exhausted fcelinjr: no ener gy or animation; confused Lead, weak memory, often with debilitating, involun tary discharge. The consequence of exces ses, mental overwork or indiscretion. Thi nervoui debility fkds a sovrtign cure in Humphrey's Homeopathic Specific, No. 28. It tones up tbe system, arrests discharges, dispels the mental gloom and despondency, and rejuvinates the entire system. It i per fectly harmle's ard always efficient. Price $5 lor a packages of five boxes and a laixe f 2 rial of jowder, which, ia important in old serious cases; or $1 per single tox. Sold by all druggists, or sent by mail on receipt ol price. Addrcsi Humphrey's Specific Hom eopathic Medicnc Co., No. 5C2 Broadway, New York. 'tw Help Aalore id KnHjr. Alter aa attack cf fcrer or other anitedlaeaae Lu msseil cfl. and nature is enilcarorinf: to rally tho JcbillUteJ syatcra, help the eflort with the standard vegetable tonic of the aje, Hcs'ettcr'a Stomach Hitters. Nothing known tothepayal. clan or tLe pharuiaiopj!it expedite convale- rvnre like this iltaUztns inrlcorant. lVrors who hare been rrostrate-1 ly long-contiancd sick cess recover their lost flesh, strength and chcer- fuloeas In lesi thaa hilf lho time that tool! be required to recuperate without it. It !a the most genial as we'l ai the most harmless of medicated stimulants, and as a remedy for (as well as a pre- Tenlatlreofi dyspepsia, bullous attacks, coastipa' lion, nervous dieascs etc, has no equil In tbe world. When all other tocies hive tailed, tbl rtUnts a rure. ecyJAwaor.S6 Aagntt tlawer. The most miserable bcincs in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liv er Comnlaint. More than seventy-five per cent of the people in the United SUUs are afflicted with these two diseases and their effect; such as sour stomach, tick headache, habitual costiveness, impure blood, heart burn, water-brash, gnawing and btirnirg in the pit of the stomach, yellow skin, coat ed tongue and disagreeable taste in the mouth, coming up of the food after eating, low spirits &C. Go to tbe Drug Store of Boot. Parhaa, and get a 75 cent bottle, or a sim ple bottle for 10 cents. Try it. O. C Gkezk, Sole Manufacturer, Woodburt, N. J. eod&w. m Hesdesson 8 Euchtj. the cret diuretic n unfailinsr remedr for all diseases of the tidneys and bladder, alsc for dyspepsia or indigewtion, flatulent, or wind in the stomach. The most distressing cases of fe male weakness and uterine complaints are paraaanently cured by Henderson's Bocfau. It is unequalled by any known remedy for the care of dropsy, gravel, and all goaty and rheumatic affections. It is a specific. remedy for expelling all pin and tape worms, ft is precribed by eminent physi cians irt chronic afiectionscf the liver. For sale by all druggists. See advertisement ia this issue. aexS9-eUwtf Asrw sMursr-llo Sawlstisw, Ane- TUc it strong tengmage, u phyakiaaa aid ch-rtalati have for yeara tried to coa NUi reBaraUem that wonld entire! csraFerfrandAgwe withomt the m of stronf edtrlict andi aa Qaimine, Arse- BsesVsMi Qisair peisntu iBinneuiotM TMbM mocaas) orteTarand sssssafwclsMa, aicht wmmtM, HrKetsB. psatet,! tksvt tkls) raMdr IBasjt esjNM mtiiisjwMi.: itprt. aatttlssti, Knr, apton. aadtuis. TXr onlarj tnui to assBtsaUr Oml tte T AMwMsvotTis-n tehst, tteisauM, .gppssF sjsjsw wg mmmmwwtmmmm, saxjsxan; A Card. Last month we bad a well bored down at oar Foundry by Mr. Frank Gable, which i giving us a full Ripply of water. To teet it thoroughly we put in a pump and run it constantly for eome days by steam power, daring which time it give bo sign of exhacs'ing the water. Wrhm no heritancr in Finns that it afiords mere wa'er thaa any other well at our place. . G BEAT WE3TEKS MAS F. CO. Per.-oc wUbinj wells bored will re ceive 1 rompt attention by leaving crJers at OableA Kiik's store, corner of Cherokee and Fifth, guarantee a good well of water for $1.03 a f.Mt, complete- F. M . Gable. d&w Hall's Pitent Hnsling Glove In onr present ispue our readers will see the advertineaient of the above. This is an articlethita'.l firaiera should haw. It is a good pi-cction for the hands, and for ca nning rapidity in huskirg. It well pays fcr the investment. AVe mide a rcrional examination of Halls factory aca were aft3Luhed at tie extectcuheir busintsi. They now .ive constant emjloyment to Bomctutntj-fiveor thirty Lands, and turn out from tHit;--Gve lo thirty lbouand pairs every year, with a continuity grow- irg demand, and are enlargement or the busire sand facilities to (int. Every year the fcloven have bsen growirg more and more popular, end really have Letn made better nil tetter until new, they have reached peifcction and are pronounced just what h nteJeJ in huskirg and handlirg corn. See a'lveittsemcat and fend forsome. D- & H. Bentchler, ProprirtLia of the Belleville Agrleultutal Wuik, Kel.'erille, 111 , annciuce to ibis firmirg commnnity, tlitough tbi3 mornirg's pijier, tl.e I X L grain drill, which they have lctn mani.farturing very exten-ively for the pift ten ycarp. Iti3Siid to be the grfattand uio?t prrfect invention of the day, and greatest time-saver as well as Feed ecoromist now csed in farming. It will i ow all kinds of grain without clogging, and runs as regulir as clock work. It will reed better than any machine cow made, and is warranted to do acd run just as repre-enttd. No farmer should be without one. It will five the coft of the machine several times in a year. They abo keep on hand a large stock cf etfam erginc, innhbeis, icipers, mower, cic, and a complete stock of agri cultural goodf. Farmers and dealeiS should examine the I. X. L. It beau the world for genuine merit and gives satisfaction on all ccca'uns. See adverlisemen. Transaction cf Business under Disadvan tages. An act was perpetrated by ex-Tre;surcr Ge?. S. Smith, last Friday, which will not be apt to redound to his glory and honor among the majority of the people of Leav en wcrth county. His farm in Silt Creek Valley, is in possession of Mr. Thomas Leonard, the legally appointed receiver. While at the pic-nic at buchana'a Grove, on thursJav . Mr. Leonard understood that Smith purposed shippirg the wheat in a short time, wbica bad been rauea on tue pi ice. lie visited the premies on Thurs day cretin?, acd essertaincd that the re port wis true. An eye was kept on the movements thereabouts until the next morn-ire- The wheat bad been put into sacks. and on Friday morning, Mr. Smith cawed them lo be loaded into a car. Thii was an exy taste, as the Kansss Central .Hallway runs through his farm. After the wheat had been loaded, Mr. Leonard had the railroad agent bill the wheat in his (Leonard s) name. Mr. Leonard then accompanVd the wheat to this citr. Hcnsley, Sielton C- Co., who claimed that the grain was theirs, brought suit cf replevin agaiest the railroad company. Mr. Leonard then replevied the wheat from the sheriff and the railroad com pany. The ctrocer took possession of the wheat. A bond of redelivery was given to the defendants. What further acticn will be taken, we are unable to state. Comment would be entirely unnecessary. People are able to form their own opiniocsin relation to euch matters. Grasshopper Prediction Pi of. Thomas, of the Smithsonian Insti tute, who has made tbe subject of the grass hopper plague a study lor the government for yea rj, has expressed the opinion that the farmers of the northwest have little to fear from a rerctition of the present inciiihicn next year. He says that tbeir natural hab itation and hatchirg place is on the high table lands of tbe plain, and that thoe bordis wh:e'.i occasionally pwoop down on the prairie lands bordering the Jii-curi val ley proai.ee no bred the second year, and their race ends. Tbe chances are all agaiest a new incursion next year. We find lbe above item going lbe rounds of the paess, and wc copy it fcr the purpose of telKn ' tbe learned professor that he is tbe victim of a soft delusion. We don't profess to understand the gr.vsbopper theo retically and scientifically, but we are ac quainted with him practically snl person ally we had an introduction to him several years ago and upon the very slightest icii'iitince, he invited him self lo come and see us brought along the old woman and all the children, and remained all summer, eating us out of houe and home. And did he die and leave no sign, Mr. Pro f,sor? Don't you believe a wcrd of it he man who told you that was trying to make a foolish of you. He came to time next Fpting with all the vigorand apetite of a half-srown boy, and his seed was more numer ous thin the seed cf Abraham. But he didn't stay so long this time; be made it tight lively for theeai ly garden truck, while he was wailing for hi wirgt to grow, but as soon as he was fully "fledged" he rose np acd went hence, but whereto, cr wherefore, no man knewetb, even unto this day. That year be tcok his rg;a to seme othermsrkel, and we have seen nothing of him f ioce, till tbe picscot time. STATE ITEMS. Plymouth church had better let Becch er down, and call for Kalloch to come up, if goirg into that den of mysteries can be said to bs "high." Waicalha Adrocate. In thb and Cherokee counties the corn crop will be good, notwithstanding the drouth. In other portions of tbe country around it will be almost a failure. So much for the Neutral Lands. Cnerojt Pharo3. A letter from Sumner county states that the Indians stole a span of hoists and mules from Mr. Higgins, who formerly resided near Girard, and Mr. Home, a neighbor of his, had to leave his home. Ovard Press. In point of wealth, Jeferscn county ranks eleventh in the State. The total val uation of all property in our county ia three million two hundred and forty-seven thous and five hundred and two dollars and nine cents. Sick' and Sheaf. A thunder storm on Friday night acd Saturday morning proved somewhat disas trous. We learn that one boose in this city was truck by lightning and the chim ney injured, etove blown open, etc. Osage Shaft. Mr. Harper, who lives one and a half miles north of here, lost nearly all hia crop of small Krain by lightning daring the late storm. We learn that one gentleman liv ing northeast of here, lost bis crop, but did not lean particalarc Zroy Republican. Mr. A. C Majors has shipped over a hundred bushels of peaches from Barling- ton to pouts up and down lae m., k. si. Kailroad. llepnjcnssea n urge quantity of them from Dr. Maason, who has raised a fine crop of peaches this year. Burlington peaches are esteemed a rare delicacy in the Neosho Valley. Buriingtm Patriot. The editors of this MDer desire lo cla'e that they carry dooble-back-ac!iosi self-cock-kg iutrc-glycerie revolren;anel an always oa the alert lor "dingiJons" people, who caUtoiatertiew then. A slight twist of the wrist as all that is necessary to blow a koto through a Icefoot brick waU. "Daa gerons" anon anal women will please asake a note ot tars ua.ri. acm ixmima. AfamnywhichsaWbeea ran oat of Seaaer coasty by lb Iadiaaa, passcsl throogh oar city yesterday. They had all tUkmuimlmtmdmaitakimoSkTMt. Lo. Tsawwareswissjiianhil by bsaTalo sattteeU. which wan asurfasaBdwslkcsl fcatide the MHtr.JtmeHm ZrOsase. ts Gintsl iVaas asps that of the twssaty- edV correctly, but when "aurrisge" was announced by (he principal, the entire num ber wrote it down without a moment's hesi tation. We advise all who possibly can, to slick to their hemes, acd not leave the country for fear of starvation. It ii a fact tba many will bs reduced to tbe direct strait r want, but it is not to the interest of -tithe, the Siate or the county for the country to becoae depopulated, nor is it tbe law of hu manity to etand atide and see hard-working citizens who have endured so much to secure them hoses, at last compelled, by misfor tune, to leave them. So icng is oar county or State has credit, it should not be permit ted. OAorne Timer. It baa been well said by excellent talk en ol the olden time, (we have been warned againrt using Latin), that poets are born and not made. We have a drawer devot ed lo tho purpose, and it it well nigh overflowing with contributions. Any body can rhyme, and, with proper care and a good car, properly tJace the many named but beautiful feet upen which the God ees travel". Do the very best they can, rhyme and sentiment combined cannot create a single ttatzi of pottry. With lbe limited space we have to devote to poetry, our read ers will readily perceive that it is better to quote from a masterpiece than to publish gauzy originals. Make a political, pergon al or humoious point, and it m good and acceptable, but, from tbe maudlin, weakly, sickly sentimentality of nice-tenths of the rhyme grinding rentimentalists among our poetry affecters, good Lord, deliver u I Ijavratee Tribune. Our grisshoppjr notes are rather som ber in character. Up to Saturday list, the eastern pirt of the county was csmpletely free fro ji grasshoppers. Tbe cucties south and east of us had not been visited. In Miami coniitr corn was still green, and the hope was indulged that it migbt be exempt. ed from the f course. Franklin county,toOj was in hopes. Friday's flight of the grjlii over tbe coD.ntr.ihoa2.l1 not aflectinz m here, carried the pest to nearly all the pe'gbbot- hcods hitherto exempt, in me vicinity 01 Vinland. the country was filled with tbem. Oat at Black Jack they dessended on S:t- urdiy in thronging myriacs, and bung upon the tm in eloKterj like bees. They des cended upon Miami in numbers that spread consternation smone the farmers. All day Saturday and Sunday, they were busy cut ting up corn, and saving what was saveable. Franklin county was also riitfel upon. To the west and south-wett, the damage has already been done. It would seem as if enough moved southeasterly yesterday, to eat out a common State. Lavrenct Trib une. '-How long must rain hold off before the farmers will get their grain t ticked? Hun dreds of acres are t till in the shock, much of it poorly thecked, and we arc liable lo hard and continuous rains from cow on. You will need all yon have, farmer', so do not let it go to waste." DISTBICT COUBT. First Assignment or Cases, September Term, A. D. 1874- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER "Til. 5029 Miller rs Riser. 5630 Reynolds vs. Scbruit', et a. 5057 Geagan vs. Geiger. 5667 Culver vs. Harold. 5671 Faulkner vs. Pa'.node, ct al. 5674 Goldie vs.Delahay, et al. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Silt. E673 PembertOD, ct al., vs. Foote, et a!- 56S3 Calkins vs. Miseouri Valley Life Insure nee Company. E692 Davis vs. Dergan, et al. 5694 Calvin vs. Vaugban. 5S13 Imley. Shire &Co, v.H..I. Mil ler & Co. 5S19 Mitchell vs. Cbilds. WEDNESDAY, SETTEMCEK OT!!. 5S22 Switzcr Mfg. Co. vs Bain. 5S28 Greer, ct al., vs. Pickering, et al. 5S35 Mutual Loan & Savings Isstitution vs. Lalta, ct et al. 5S37 Missouri Valley Life Insurance Co. vs. McKay, et al. 5S39 Vorce, Assignee, vs. McMurlry, etal. 5841 Woods vs. Mitchell. 5316 German Savings Bank vs. Kabn. THUBSDAY, SEFTEatBER lOTII. 5551 Clare vs. Adams, et 1. 5552 Crespigny, et al, vs. Thompicn. 5854 Flanigan vs. FJanigan. 5863 Carver vs. Proud, et al. 5871 Way vs. Proud, et ah 5874 Browning & Bro.'s vs. Leuvfiiwoith Carpet Mill. TltlDAY, SEPTEMBER UtII. 5377 Lisky vs. Collier. 5881 Delahay vs. Taggart, et al. 5383 Caldwell, et al, vs. Haighl, ct nl. 5SS1 Hetbericgton, ct al, vs. Htigfct, etal. 588? Briggs, ct al, vs. Keeling, et al. CSS7 Van Dorcn vs. Hoffman. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TII. 5S96 Carr vs. William, et al. 5899 Dyer vs. Donegon, et al. 5900 Geiger vs. Kansas Central Hiilway Company. 5901 Fitzsimmocs vs. Kan-sat Central It. K. Company. 5932 Hund vs. Bluer, et al. 5903 Iliitt,et al, vs. Usher. TUESDAY, SETTEMBBR loTlt. 5904 Higinbotham vs. Leavenworth City. 5905 Alter vs. fc'ecor Sewing Machine Co. 5907 Morehcad, Sellar & Co., vs. Wcoi- worth. 590S Leav. German IJ. & S. Ass'n.No. 2, vs. Simon, ct al. 5909 Mitchell, Lewis & Co., vs. WccJ- worth. 5911 McKeczie vs. Bacnon. WEDNESDAY, 8ETTEMBER 16th. 5912 Ingereoll v.'.Wett. Preii. Chnrch. 6914 McKeczie vs. Eites, et al. 5919 Tavor vs. Abeles. 5920 Stone vs. McCrillm, et al. 5921 Cranston va. Ltarenwoith City. 5922 German Savings Bank xt. WtilCc- kuhler. TUURSDAX, eETTEMBElt 17tb. 5923 Lsivenwoith Building & Truat Co. vs. Calvin, etal. 59 4 Koch, Chew. & Co. vs. Nichols. 5925 Herman vs. Nichols. 5926 Metropolitan BuilJiog & Lean Association vs. Coleman et al. 5927 Home Building Association vs. Howard, et al. 5923 Metropolitan Building & Loan As sodation vs. Wood, et al. 5929 Home Building Association vs. Reynolds, et al. 5930 Home Building Association vs. Gibson, et al. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1STII. 5931 Home Building Association vs. Reynolds, et 1. 5932 Home Building Association vs. Glynn, etal. 5934 Welden et al. vs. Perkins, et al. 5925 Carroll vs. Carer, et al. 5937 Cauldwell vs. McGonigle, et al. 938 Franks et al vs. Scbott, et al. MONDAY, ETTEMBER 21 ST 5185 HershfieldVR.Clsflin,et'al. 5186 Steenbock vs. CUflin, et al. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22D. 5352 Oaborn vs. Time Printing Co. 5353 Allison Smith & Johnson vs. 1 imes Printing Company. 5 2 Anthony vs. Times Printing Co. 5735 Scott et al vs. Foote. et al. Circuit Coart of tks Uaited SUtes. District of The United States of America ts. I la Equity. Tee Missaoii, Eacsss, ATex- J Final decree as Hallway Company. J This canse caaae oa to be beard at the Jnoe term, 1674, Before the Hoe. Sasaael F. Mil ler aad HorUoka F. Dilloa, Jades ol said Coert, spom tk bill, aaarwer, repiication.ex bibies and proafr, asid sras argsea by tiso. B. Feck, Kstrict AUoraer, Wilsoai S'lan aon aad McComas tad McKeiiaam, Soli citors for the casaplaiamBt, and T. C Bears, Solicitor for the defradsat, aad the Cbort Bemg atrw, Aogaat J5, IS, 4, fnlly adramd ia the rwemisee, doth Cad the etwitr of thecaaseto ba with the complainaat, aad doth aow order, adjudge aad decrea that the legal tiUe to the laacU descriaed ia the bill of coaiplaiat. aad claimed by the aaii dceadaat, aadiaclided wtthia the iimim ot tae sata uatx oi laaa, abort desaTibadia the irst article of the aid tnatT, .nriiiaii Jaaaarj- 21at, 1867, hetweea the Oaage teibe of IafHsas, aad the UmtodSMesas iff aa tae unite tte, aad el right hdoaga Usl States ia far tat aaei aaa anarasmm saasKaaaa aa id tot twtstia of said treaty. Aad it b tatther ederad.aijadgd and that tat add aaieata to the said oe- aor aatrata at taia jatcw ae- aatielttf said treaty txaimmAB.,C.aad D. re- MMatU tag TOaa, tf law. ataithat SSaBBal ViBaBsaHaBK taBBBBBBVaBWc4' perpetually enjoined from retting np any cliim.either in law or in equity.in or to any of sid lands situate, lying or being within the boundarie! of said Osage ceded lands, described as aforesaid, in said first article of raid treaty, with the said Osage tribe of Ic dians, under end by virtue of said patents, cr eiilirr of tbem, the said patents thus de r oe 1 to be nail and void and for ncught held, .i dated and recorded as follows: Patent from the United States to the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Company. Feb ruary 19.b, 1S72, recorded in the office of the KecHtcr ct veeos oi iecsoo county, Karais. Mirch 15th. 1872. Recorded also in tbe cfiice of ths Register of Deeds of Montgomery county, kaims, June 10th, 1872. Keccnkd lo, lo the office of the Reg ister of Deeds of Labette Co., Kansas, March 4th, 1872, Patent from the United Sta'ej of America to the Missouri, Kansas & Texa Railway Company, February 2Gth, 1872. ReiordcJ in the office cf the Regis ter of Deed of Neosho county, Kansas, September 12lh, 1872. Register also in the cfiice of the Register or Deeds of La bette coonly, Kansas, March 20th, 1872. It ia further ordered that the defendant pay the costs of this suit, taxed at $ and that execution k'ue therefor. From this decree the defendant prayed an appeal which was allowed, and the Iiond in appeal fixed at l,C0O. Samuel F. Miller. John- F. Dihon. Cireait Court of l!ic United Stater, Didricl of Kansas, in rjjnitu. TbeUnittd States of Americal . .T "-. T Final De.ree TheLeavenwortb, Lawrence j & Galveston B. R. Co. J Thi nnv came on to be heard at the Jute term, 1874, before tbe lion. Samuel F. Miller and lien, donn r. Amon, juagea oi a.i.l CYinrt. nmn the bill, answer, replica tion, exlitl.it?, itocumentary cviuence snu pzccU, and was argued by Geo. L- Peck, Dittrirt Attorney. WiIoa Shannon, and McComas siid McKe'gban, aolicitcrj for tbe complainant, anl by S. O. Thacher N. T. Stephen', for i he c'e.'endant, and was then taken under advbsnien', anl tbe Court be ing now fu'ly advited in the I retnife-, doth find tbe equity of the cause with the icm pliinin, and "doth njwor.ler, adjudge and decree that the patents acd all evidence s of title iisaeil bv the United States to or for the benefit of the defendnt to the lands de scribed in tbe'.bill of complaint herein be an? the sinie are hereby set aside, annulled, and for naught held. And it is further adjudged at.d decreed that tbe defendant has no right or title therein, and that it is hereby per petually enjoined from a scrting any title or right thereto, by virtue of said patents or evidences ol title cr any cf them. It is further ordered that the defendant pay the cos's of tbii suit, taxed at dol lars, anl that exemtion i-sue therefor. From this decree the defendant prayed an appeal, which i allowed, and tbe bends in appeal uxed at ti,u;.u. Samuel F. Miller, John F. Dillon. CENTAUR LINIMENT. The great discovery of the age. Thrrs Is no rain which the Cen taur liniment will not relieve.no swelling which it will not subdoe, and co lameness which it will not cure. This la strong language, but it is true. It is no humbug; the receipt la printed around each b-iKrP"'- ccnificatesof wcndcrful cures ol rheumatism, ncura'gli, lock-jaw, sprains, swell ings, bums, scalds, caked-breasts poisonous bites, frozen fe-t, gout, salt rheum, ear-ache, Ac, and the receipt of tnj Liniment wilt be sent gratis to any one. It U the most wonderful healing and paln- rclieving agent tho world has ever produced. It ells as no article evr before did sell, and It sells becausclt docs just what it pretenls to do. One bottle of the Cent jur Liniment for animals ( jrellow wrapper) is worth a hundred dollars for sparincd, strained or galled horses and mules, and for screw- worm in sheep. No family or stoet-owner can at foid to be without Centaur Liniment. Trice, 50 cents large Iwttlcs, 51.00. J. B. Eose 4 Co., 5J Broadway, New York. CaHloi'ia is m:ro than a suMIItute for Cas torolL It i tbo only tae article in existence which Is suro to rcgulato the bowels, cure wind- colic and produce natural sleep. It la pleasant to take. Children need not 'cry and mothers may ileep. spr2-w NEW CHURCH MUSIC BOOK. FOR I87I-1H73. T:i3E3 Tit"" A TSTnia- S By H. R. Pit-iiKa and L. O. Eui-wisr, The most sjcccssIuI Churcli Masic Rook roskera of the day. Wlttbo rradr in August, and will con tain ths usml tinging 38choolConnc, and a largo amotmtutnewand choioo t.uslc for Choirs, Con Tentionsan t inaiiatCIJ?a Specimen paitei now ready, and irailcd, pot-!rce, oa applica tion. I'rlee. sJI.SS. or SI7.O0 per dozen. The Emmerson New Method fOR HEED ORG-ANS, Br L.O. Euunscraid W. . P. Mitthkws, J2 M. One of the newest aii very W'. of the New llcthcds. Guide in the Ait of Singing, By Geoece L. Ossood, SI.OO, .New and Tcry superior look for Voice Training Richter's Manual of Harmony. Translated trom tho Eiormt German edition by J. C. D. PARKER. Trice SZIO. rreiar.dezi.rrsaly for the Leipsic Conservatory, and is a complete and reliable Grammar of Comj-o-s!tin. OLIVER DITSOM & Co., CHaS. H. DITS0N k CO., Boston. 711 Broadway. N. V. augl9-eodAw Ohampion Washer. afs !"!"" Price Only 97.5t, Washes Clean! Washes Fast! A Family Waahlag caa tie done la oars nanl iron and steel: Simnlicitr. itemlnxlievthenrlnci pic of hand-washing the small rolls on top ol washboard adjusting themselves to the clothes, giving an even pressure, A CHILD CAN WIIK IT. It will wash clean both srrist bands and collars as well aaa 10 n. blanket. It FlfHiR aCfeuamaam Tab. AGENTd WANTED in cve.y county and State. AdJresa CALKINS CHAMPION WASI1ER CO.. S07 Oark8t., CHICAGO. SWIf there if no acent In your town send 17.50 and we will deliver Washer free of expense. KAEXHAIXB HALYAJtD Agents, , aprJO-eodaw Stfi Shawnee rJU.Leavenwerth eodAw Drawlnp every t days, eommeneiat May Itb. lS7i 782 Frizes smowarttagta: l Riseor - M Jm JatfMS5aSSSiJftj aVtUfulf i uSSM U wiBiWJsilgf Es3 "BBBBmT ii!1 TV' am?li HaBtaST 11 Bjaa' liiwiuI'VmW ZS5---- m I CLT" iiSf atSSB 2 Tf aZ??J I 3Q. evi slilv -aeVMSZwIaBuBl I TaBBmama rvCBAarmva! pBBBBBBBBB m ZjVfWLJBmawBt fatt, OSS lgrlasef m,m rriam ; ,m lFasmaf -. . M,tm tWseseXai,tSafb , , 'M,t MTMsesaftlettSssia MLtM) 1 ' -j.".. sftraaasofSe,aiaawb e.am a WswssfBWsaea- Ml,Ba - MISCELLANEOrja ihS& aflBlsaMlasiiiiHasHasWVr The Only RcliabU Gift Dutribttiem i Country. $60,000.00! IN VALUABLE GIFTS. TOIXJHRaUsrUTll) E l3ta REGULAR MONTHLY Gift Eiterpbisei T be wrawai Moatday, e. Mtb.lCTa. USE OKAND CAPITAL PRIZE OF $5,000 in Gold! TWO Prises H.OOOO TWO PRIZES t50g FIVfi PRIZES $10tt5 KGREEIUUS One Familr Carriace and Hatched Horses with SUrer-mounted Uuaeaa. worth tl,S00; one Bon and Boggy, with Silver-Mounted llarnev, worth (COO ; one r Ine-toncd Kosewcod Piano, worth 1550 ; fire Family Sewing Machines, worth 100 each; TSO Hold and (lil'er Lerer Uunt'r j Watches (la all,) wortrvtrom fa) to $-00 each. Gold Chains, SilTcr-wara, Jewelry, ac. Ko.oruirta muu! Tisieu unuieiiio ao,oi AUEnTS wahiku to sen iickcu, to wnom liberal Premiums wUl be paid. Single tickets SI ; Six tickets S5; Twele tickets 110: Twentr-BretS). Ciicabusrentainlnea full list ot prizes, a de scription ef tbe manner ol drawing, and ether in formation In reference to tbs distribution. wtU ba sent to any one ordering them. All letters must be addressed to sfAia orsiCE. 181 W. nnis HI. I- S. RISE. Box 86, aug5-dAw CINCINNATI, C. VBltesl Stmttm and FareljB SAIsAMAHDER FELTING CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Non-Conducting Cement, FCR Cavering Steam Pipe?, Boiler AHD HOT BLAST FIPES. Frotlnces a very Lirgo SaTlag in FneL Sold by the Barrel, with full instructions for ap plying. Files corerd by contract or loot, and warranted. or lntthr information, send for Circulars con taining Eastern and et. Louis references. WESTERN BRANCH OOlcc -to. S'OClaesf nut Street, Factory, 717 South Sixth Street, St. Louis. Mo: 0. -W. THOMAS. President marl- 191 THE MILD POWER CUBES Humphreys' Homceopatbc HAVEproTtd, trom the most ample experience an entire ruecess. They are the only medi cines perfectly adapted to papular use so almpla that mistakes cannot bemads In using them; so harmless aa to I free from danger; and so efficient aa to be always reliable. They hare the highest commendation from all, and will always render satisfaction. Ab. Curet. JPrteeiinBotet. Centi 1 Fevers, Congestion, Inflammation. 25 2 Worms, Worm Fercr, Worm Colic US 3 Crying Colic or Teething of Infants -!" lIriarrhcea, Qiildren or Adnlts... -" .r. Dysentery, Uriping, Bilious Colic as C Cholera-Morbns. Vomiting... U5 7 .Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis... . tS S Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceaehe. . 25 V Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo 25 10 Dyspepsia. Bilious Stomach... ...... 21 It Huppreased or Irregular Periods 25 12 Leucorrhea, too Profuse Periods 25 IS Croup. Cough, Difficult Breathing 25 11 Eruptions, bait Rheum, Erysipelas 25 15 Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains 27 16 Ferer Ague, cuius. ever, Agues- ou 17 Files, Blind or Bleeding GO IS Oplhalmy, and 8ore or Weak Eyes Sii 19 Catarrh, acute or chronic. Influenza, to 20 Wheopinf-eougb, Violent Coogha. to 12 Asthma, Oppressed Breathtn; . SO 22 Ear Discharges, Impaired Hearing- 50 21 Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, 6 welllnga 50 24General debility, physical weakneas, GO 25 Dropsy and Scanty eecretions SO 20 Sea alckaeas,slckneaa from riding SO 27 Kidney Disease, Gravel W 23 Nervous debility, Involuntary Dis charges 1 tiO 29 Sore Month, flanker - 0 80 Drlnary Weakness, wetting bed 50 31 Painful Periods, Hysteria GO 32 Sufferings at Change of Life 1 li S3 Epilepsy, Spasm, St. Vitus Dancel ' 34 Diptheria, Ulcerated Sore Thrort. 50 55 Chronic Coogeationi and Eruptions- SO FaaiUF Caaes. 1 With S3 Large Three Drachm Vlalf, Reae- wood case, and iiumpureyr iiomiro- pathic Mentor (New Book) 2 With 85 Large three drach m vials, Morocco Case, and Specific Homoeopathic Man uel (Small Book) 5 With 26 Large Three Drachm Vials, Paper Cue, A Specific Homorapathic Manuel Single large Tills ,, 50c. and 12l1 1003 S00 100 SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS. Sent by mall or express, free, on receipt of price. Address ' Humphreys' llbmceopatHlc Medicine Co Office and Depat, SS2 Broadway, N. Y. For sale by THEO. EOERDORFF, apr7-20J-eodAw Leavenworth. Kantss, A BOOK FOR THE MILLION. It A private Counse llor to the Married or those about to marry lion the physiological Gs-tilcaLo. mysteries and revelations et the sexual system, with tbe wisest discoveries in producing and pre venting oflsprlng, how te preserve the complexion, Ac. ThlaiaanlnteTtatlnc work ot two hundred sad sixty pages, with numerous tngravinga, and con Ulna valuable information far those who are mar ried, or contemplate marriage. Still It ia a book that ought to be kept under lock aad.key, and not laid carelessly about tbe house. It contains the experience acJadvleeol a physi cian whose reputation ia world-wide, aad should be in the private drawer of every male aad female throughout the entire globe. It embraces every thing p- subject of the generative system that ia woi -flowing, aad much ttat la not pabliahed inany Jicr work. Sent to any one (tree ol postage) lor Fifty Cents. Address Dr. BotU' DiarensAry, No. IS N. 8th street, BL Louis, Mo. NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED a UNFORTUNATE Before spptyiac to ths aotorioua ejuacka who ad veniae la pablle papers, or using say quack remi aUes peruaa Dr. Butts' week aa matter what your disease is, or bow deplorable Tooreundllleai, Dr. Butts occupies a doable house of tweaty-aev-en rooma; Uiadorsedayaomeot tkemsstrrlibra ted medical prnfnrs oi thla cotmtry aad Europe, sad caa beeeeaultad awtxoaailr or by mall, oa the iliissBS aaeatioecdiB bia works, (race sad par lors. No. N. Erhlh atxeeS between Market and Cbeatnut. 8. Loels. Me. tsaUaw St Louis Law School. (law DXTAarraTxxT of wassugto cxrvaaairT. ) Tharemln man. tana o( thla Law School will eeea est WKDNtSDAT, OCTOafcR 14th, 1S74. sraut coexre, two turns, au ajaaivaa sbk. om eeats Wmwled to the BeaUor Class, oaexaalaav Jsa, by ssallnllsa aa ee bstore Oetsber lttn. TultioB, tWafstyear, S0 sseosal Tear, teelnd lag aeMIdsamir! Far faR aaUatwIarj, addreaa, u. sa. ariawuaj 7 J" J"S"ll 3MV. Third St., rlLLsoia, Mo. larylHAvfta ft BlUWJLatTH. 6USS STAIIERS 21X ieersk 7 alrta, sat. Jffau IT. LOOTJ, Ma mi ft 1 BJkAMSiMfBljfj'TBa'jjB MISCELLANEOUS. MALL'S PATENT HCSKIXG GLOVES. HALT GLOVE). rctl GLOVES. T7EH UltlTLT imsrand In firm nltl-o V claws and tho mors complete shletdiegot the puis mojcci io wear eee cats, maaiog taem vttxfiirt timet at log, and doing the work much fitter and easier trua can be doae with any other hosier, made of the very best cilflfather (tanned expressly), in four slm; rt-ht and left banded. Sample s seat prepaid on receipt of price, list I OloTea, Jt.25; Full Gloves. 12.50 per pair. We alio man tiiact urc extra quality plain calf working UIoTeaand Mittens, frice, prepaiJ, Mittens. 11.40; Ulorn, ll.TS per pair, liberal divonnt on all our good. Ask your merchant, or address, HALL HCSKISG GLOVE CO., 1 Ui goath Clinton Su, Chicago, IU. asgar-cow Grand Musical Jubilee AHD GIFT OONOEB.T, To be held at Sioux City, Iowa, August 31st. si 00,000 Ia Valuable Gills, to 1 distributed among ticket holders. Real the following list ot prizes: 1 CASH TRIZE of $ lu.000 1 " " - 5,00tl 1 " " 1.C00 8 " " JRXO l.luO II) " " 100 2,CK) " " - M 2,000 10O " 5 2.KU 80S " " 10 8.05.-$ Si.CCO C2 frizes ot Real Eatate, aggregating in value, S 67,910 Price of admission to the Unnd Concert and one chance in tbe distribution, S3. Tiro tickets. St. For torthrr pirUcultr, addrcu tbe manascra ana prop-ieiors. . IIAIILMSACU A Co., augH-codAw2l3 Sioux City, Iowa. Dofplfotlid work, Erery man hit owi prlnte r.Pnt- IOWBC1 I ont4t ta from &. SKto:KK5i. "ItlrRL0.' aoM-tlakeii ofPrt,Cu. ae. Lioea atsrkirtwua sslphtliets An vpe B1. fioatii aa a jzi-o. TSckMlSt. Jtt4SI. auglO-dAwlm C9 UlaT 1TI Jsw BBl B catalo DAY OUAHAI1TCED coWELLAUAT' Aim DBILf-ianodKnltMr. maREST TaarrutciaiALs from gctvxbxobs or iowa. ABKAwgAS and Dakota. Catalogncatree. Vr.01LS.St.Loiiis,Ma. angJC-weaw BYBOX SUlRBT, ATTORNEY AT IAW-OFFICE IN THE First National Rank Building, corner of Dei aware and Fourthstroets, Lcavcnwortr, KAnsas. aug29dAwlTl3 A. M. CBOOKETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Insurance and Collec tion Agent, Netawaka, Jackson Co. Hansas. maylO-dAw-tf 79 EACH WEEK. Agents wanted: particulars V" free. J. Worth A Co., bt. Louis, Mo. SPECIAL FUVOETOGS VANILLA. LEMON, ETC., Fr Flavtriarg lee Creaa, Cakes & Pastry. Willi great care, by a new process, we extract fiom the true, select Fruits anc Ajomatica, each characteristic flavor, and produce Jfiavonngs oj rare excellence. Vf great ttrength and perfect purity. No poitonm nU. Every favor as rep resented. No deceit each bottle fuR measure, holding one-half more than either aurnartina to hold same auaniitrj. Use them, once, trill use no other. The most delicate, delicious flavors erernade. So superior to the cheap extracts. Abb for Dr. Price's Special flavoruiss. Vaa oiticturcd only by fTEELEiPBICE Depots, CHICAGO and BT. LOUIS Uamd'acturer of Br. Price' Cream aki6 fowler. DR. WHITT1ER, 617 St. Charles street, St Louis, Mo. Has awn laaete tugtgtd la ta elal trtsseat r .u Venereal, Seiual and ChronloOlaeasee utaujr taWrardeUaiaSt.LWia.cuTparerssao. SvBhllle.fionorrtM.sn. Cleat. Btrletu re. Orohltls. Hernia, r Rupturw. an Urinary I. "r atupnirw. " wnnrf iilltlarnfVMir1atarrec- Dli tie tlons:tMtni ns:iMTnroav m, m CnH.35aX? m wtta aaparautl It. a.Mralltk n rlBdole Spar ma Usffi taoaa Oakllltw and Impoterxiy. aataomalsaCail.alaasUjnta. mi- BAtCJ sr .,. waawt NIVBKI sradatM tmlmtmu. ata.aa'a. itmmwt asmvat. tmttwa I.IWIM.IIHWI.I , ImmUs Qa JUtKBUtfiwt 4mm mmmm mmtwt av.aialassalsIa.iiliiilSairanMi.natsant. . Dissjstat auUarjto wofnets, sya as Jw.ii.ir4awSVaasWTaea.afci.atvaeas. fiaCteraaa. .r U'n ciiii'sni. in ans iiiMl.iiiiriai. SMegia.a.wasMeiUytrs.m, Pm.iI.Ui. tti waf M.lsd fay t wa awsfc Asa waSnayi Mai a caa tsr. IHSapM. !(UestreMtaaara7a1deBvnatiaa:UKu aaa. t aaM wtry vs aoaatna anat atan, rardcUu fcaawtaeASla rrMwatts' raMaaaMal saraaaa a bv care. CaaaMAmcaf.itsttwi, firwaiHy aray sstur.rrieaai lavitaS. WValiUlaoMTtataaitevUtiaeaUjtetml neat, aaHlrtaes csa btseatartspfw.wBMllnerrwbei. CufmbweMMraarsaued. wheraSMMaslsia IttomaklT .noes. K3MkMrsiSA.M.taTr.Sl.aaBSarhlaal-U ir.at. iwMenatataaeasaailiii asaiai; rwtaacaa.Jt. tf.t Ui rla the Hmt Jill. TM eiubtuaaaa (a wkot.kaaMacrwtlTa vManl la Us emttsteiiUva la lae OMatrr, asilrailss amitiea 4 c-ra.sU.uoa mau, aaararasaae santlae aaanarati: BtaUciteJ ul V.k Buaj; a atBareaaasita Latoruorr Sr, 1 nelletaei asMl la k. Mukilaaawat ara snpsrri. aaSaKitlaiioruuitetaua.tltnrr, srksra ta. mi aa ItieH ttudirl vivks of all taa sehaola ef flrlaa ar. ImbiI. tl A.LtoaileU Pistes, ur. alia aaSa.Una Litre. IUsitrstI.eetsJcra4IU4.walehaavata proearae mm rirli. r,3e. rsrd,. cr assessa. aaS uttabi f.aaS ia ia ctacr lanrr ta ta tlty. TV. Ltbrarj I. thr.w wtt6-i to .11 e-1f. AUr9mmtlm A POPTJLAS MEDICAL BOOKl MANHOOD! & WOMANHOOD! pE2&I MARRIAGE! CsrlsIalagwaaattyaitiTr. wka a..wlv. T. Jljae ImUu t Mmtimit Cms, CeaHqaeacM) Ml Cw LTIraTsUwMaleiM.Ttria la Ua uurntlai fom-tlo, ttuinSmETr AbratprwtaUoa. San ucttmmmt UaUUMsraUMrraa tlunr ma, aaa oa STtaaaehmMa. Ataat abeelea n tkaru aa MMllnifirMra wavaaraetar.pRaiUnlrU3m. AUiaai tk.araktf.1 a taqaMtIrwl.& u. 11' uaamutatsaaa. tMaoatalaiac ma la-Vraactoa be auriSrSu! f mau msaiir. SoA u aa aUrm. aararatf asaiai. ssall, lav M ecau, ty DOCTOR WHITTIER, 617 St. Gharlaa St.. St. Ideals. Ms. TH -ml nccmtfUtrUU ! a a tj SHi MTTJiue tfCndn u au numr mctr.4. CONFIDENTIAL PHYSICIAN. IEI.LAI IIAIUATE II MEIICINE. TreeUall CHRONIC. SEXUAL and FBTVATE DISEASES, of bcth sezes st reasonable prices. ,37 CssBeaCSta-cd. 8EHINAL WEAKNE83.EPEEJIATO&EHOEA 'sight toaaea,) SEXUAL DEEIUTT, tmpoteney (less of sexual power). At, permanently cured. No mercury uacd. Patients at a distance treated by letter medicines seat everywhere. Consulta Uoa free, persoeally or by maiL Cures guaranteed or ssafley refunded. AU 'Female DtmeulUee" treated with safety 4BOOKoa Private Dtaeaaea taa circulars for "Married Folks,' seat seeled tor two stamps. 1 letters conndentiaL NOTICE: All letters, orders, Ac, most posi tively bs addressed to my cotraapoedlag aecretary, thas e mtBaaaaaaa. 113 W. KadiaonSL, Chicago, TIL Tbe great laeroaae la my nniincoa requires this chsage. nesse ststa whers yos mw tlaa advartlamiant. sal"-eUw A Soft and Beautiful Skin J. A. POZZONTS XXDICAII9 s SeTsK rGsSSH ' SB, 0 aBSSSL BBSSX h tamaaTarjvlsassssaVaw asaiBBBBBW aaaVav saBBVilSsrBiaBWBBBSaBBBm -ssbBk aVSE9K.saBM cBBBSrTaT'T aMf 315lBBakVi aaF': .SiaaV aBaaWismd&r-aBlBBH saassssavf -s3aV-asBSSSi IB "vhhSHbV sHsToiwCteawV, rantrKsakj 'W WE atTaV aUsV K5&cva sBrf n Br9BkaBBmQa?m IBh bbbbb. al POWDER eBBmV'-J aareatmtotatBkte aseaa- Lmr taasalaaaaaB.ssaisimsi? aB&VmBT atsalss, taa, aa saeys aa aBBBBk atxasstasa. 9aaal vaaeseade jeaaiawaai AT l aajeammmaemaaasaaa. ly1a& LEGAL. COMPLAINT IN ATTACHMENT. HiSST GaovEi, ") vs ss. DiVID PEAKilOlS ASD WlfE. J "VfOTiCn Is hereby tirea that on the Cta day cf . Aogusi, m. s... isos, a. u. onoses, m justice cf the reace of KIckapo) Township, Leavenworth County, Kacaaa, Issued an order of attachment ia the aiore named cue, for the turn ot forty-tire (13) dollars, and that said cans will be heard on the 11th day cf September, at 9 o'clock, A. M. HENRY 3P.0YER, Plaintiff. suglZ.wJw Publication Notice. STATE OF KANSAS. ) COUUTT OF LEAVES WOKTII, VSS. District Court, 1st Judicial but. 1 Ju the District Court in and for sail Couity. SAMUEL F. BCTIEKWORTH, Flalntld. DANIEL W-MIDPLhTON, as trustee ol Addik W. NuBTii, Addle W. North, J. Bertram North, husband ol the said Addle VT. North, EUea 1. Johnson, widow ot blmeoa M. Johnson, deceased. Harry Mortimer Johnson, Leila M. Johnson sad PaalE.JohnoD, minors, and Louis C. Johnson, children and heirs at law of Simeon M. Johnson, deceased, and Helen F. Johnson, wife of the aald Louia C. Johnson, attendants. THE uiil defendants in the above entitled cause, and each ot thcui therein rumeJ.are not! lied that they hare been sued in the aboTe named court, and that an amended petition has leen filed azainst tbem in tho District Court in and for LeaTcnworth County and Mate of Kansas, bySamael F. nutter worth, ptaintiS abore namnl, for partition of Hie property named in the petition. That tho said defendants aUtre mentioned, must answer the sata Ietitioa on or Ictorc the 1st day of September, A. u. li'it. or the said netitinn will lie taken aa true. and tho nrarer of the nctition will ba erantcd and Judzment will bo rcnlcred that the east hall ol me cormwest quirter ana tac east naii oi me southwest quarter and the northwest quarter of the south weit quarter of section fourteen (11), town shlpnine(tl), rango twenty-two (22), cast ot the sixth (u) princiral meridian, situato tn tbe County efLcarcnworthandStateot Kansas, (wherein the said defendant. l;aniel Vf. MidJleton as Iniitec ol Addie IV. f-orth. Addlo W. North and J. Ber tram cr:h, her hnaband, and ilea T. Johnson, widow of Simoon M. Johnson, have an undivided L one-fourth Imereit, acd the said defendants, Har ry jiortlnicrJobnioa, Letu JU JonnsonaLa raui K. Johnson, minor children and heira at law of bimcon 11. Johnson, deceased, bare, and are juint owners of an undivided one-fourth interest), be partitioncl and ditijed according to the prayer of said petition, and the reifectire right of the par tiea, and, in case a division or partition ot said premises la Impossible or cannot be had, that the premiss be sold and the procceda of the same di vided as prayed tor in sal J petltioa according to the respective rights of the parties, anl that siid Louts ti Johnson and Helen F.Johnson, hlswif". lo adjudged to have no title to or interest in the said above !ccrllcd real cstal. V. V. FITZWII.T.IAMS, l'laintifl's Attorney. NOTICE! STATR OF KANSAS, Lia EMTomtt Cocatv -. IN the District Court ol Ilia First Jit lie ill Dis trict, sitting In and for tho County of Leaven worth. ELLA J. SHOUT, Platntill, ") Against ) Divorce. JAMES HILLlS SlIOr.T, Defendant. J To Jmus IKlit S-ort: You are hereby notified that you have been sued by the plaintiff in the above entitled eau-e. fclla J. Short, by her filing her petition In the office of the clerk of tre District Court of the County of Leavenworth, State ot Kansas, on the 20th day of June, A. D. 1S74, charging you with "extrema cruelty" and gicas neglect of duty; end asking that ahentay be divorced from you, and that she be restored tothenameof EllaJ. Culo. And unless you plead, answer, or demur by the 5th day of Septemtier, a. d. 1371, a judgment will be rendered against you, divorcing her trom you, and that the name of Ella J. Cole be restored to her. ELLA J. SHORT, By Fxsoest A Oonnaao, JCLTlClh, 1571. juljlG-dltwSw Sale of Government Property !!! TflE undersigned wilt sell at public auction at Fort Hays, Kansas, at 10 o'clock, A. at., on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23n, 1571, a lot of unwrvlceable Government Properly, con sisting of Mules, Wagons, Ambulances, Wagon Co re rs, Harness, Whips, I'awlins, Clothing, Tents, Woolen Blanket?, Cooking Stores, Heating Stoves, Portable Forges, Anvils, Force Pumps, Bellows, Scythes. Platform Scales, Blacksmiths' and Car penters' TooN, Hay and Stable Forks, etc. , etc. LutofartkleatobcsolJ, furnished on applica tion. Terms Cash, in Government Funds, at time of aie. By authority of the Dtpirtment Commander, C. (1. GORDOX, lit Lieutenant Clh Cavalry, A. A. U.M. Fort Hats, Kaxsas, August 15, 1371. J aog20-wtw No Frog, No Foot! NO FOOT, NO HORSE! VXmZXl Good enough IMPEOVED Horse Shoe.! THIS SHOE IS THE CHEAPEST ii BEST YET OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. PEOrEP.LT APPLIED It prevrvee the Horse' Foot from all ailments, such as Corns,Qnarter Cracks CONTRACTION &c It can lie pat on cold without tbe use of lire, being perlectly finished and made ot every rlzo. Every Breeder, cverv Farmer, every Ilorse Owner. can be his own Farrier. Send for circulars to 34 cV 36 ftilznneiti (., New Tarsi sprlSlAw J. F. BICHAUD3. JOHN CONOVEP. J. F. Richards & Co '91 AND CUTLERY. Fence Wire, Rubber & Leather Belting. ASKSCTl-OB BELMONT WIIEELmi MAILS, UACNEAXE & TTRBAN'S FIRE-PROOF 8AFES. Buckeye Hamper acd Mower, AND- LAFLIN & KAND FOWDER CO We have the beat assortment ot FAIRBANKS SCALES IN THE STATE. All Warehouse, Hay and Stock bcates aoU by us will Le act up anihout any extra chane. OUK STOCK OF IROW t3 S17X1X4H EcUowa, Anvils, Vita, AC-, la complete. Tbe attention of merchants ia called to our stock and prices, sarorders solicited and promptly filled. Corner Third Delaware Street, marW-dAwlr LEAVENWORTH. sTANSAS. The QUEEN BOLL The beat Milt made for whsa Eourlcg, ecrasaeal aad stock seed gnndlag. Mill furniah. lag generally aupnUed. rend for price list and cir cular. Address JLW.WEfALlim 27acdaCeatraIAveBse, surl.etAw.iM XJETVERSITTofKAHBAS. TateataesslaaeamsWedareJay,th Saytemt her, peox., with Motatmesu tar a ejeaaJca Cewas, a acieatiae Cooim, a Modern Utetstare Case,aCenisecaavUEagiaeeriag,aadaHe(Cial Cearrmaa(advaaeedataiesusla "atonl History. FortBrtkerlafaTanllnii, illnm, IBaBnSHT CSlVEaWITT OF aLajtaAS, aewlfcettaVwtw Ia' Day "aaBTaVamav HOBSE affsaaaaaBBBBBT" "a " - aaBBBBBBBBaW "IfV. BBBBBBBBBBBWf , JjakXpHV asaBsaBsasaBsaBB. jk 0tKJ , -t BBBBbIbBBBB I I I I a I II I I f I R I ' 4 1 1 P I f I (""VaVaxTaasBBBI SfetJiSsissiSci EXACT SIZES. Ausable Horse Nail Co. MMLBjtotaren of Patent Hammered & Hammer-Pointed & Fiuislicu HORSE NAILS. FROM "BEKZOS" IRON EXCLUSIVELY. Quality ot Nails hilly guaranteed. aptO-eodAw-SOO BELLEVILLE AGRICULTURAL WORKS' D. & H. EENuTCHLEE, Propiietora and Manufacturers ot the celebrated Forte I ceI C3rJ?eLr XJ-ibaLIT wT Announce to the farm ing public that K they want a Drill that will aow all klnda of grain without clogging, and as regu-ar as clockwork, the I X L is tbe machine to Invest tn. The same Drill will also seed better than the brst of its rivals. Every machtce ia warranted to do all that la claimed for it or no sale. Exaarm the T X . aag-.-C-w243 NEW SHOE STORE! CHASE BROTHERS. Propriotoi-s. REMOVED TO 321 DELAWARE ST., Three doors West Larger Stock and Better Bargains than ever. THS LEaiDING SHOE STORE ntajl2dAw PA.I2STT FOR THE JPEOOPILiE ! CAMERON MIXED GLOSS PAINT, WHITE AND ALL COLORS, UNSURPASSED FOR BEAUTY, DURABILITY AND ECONOMY This paint ia ready I sent on application to the for application, and require-) aianuiaciurera. AOESTS Theo. Eggeralorf, Lea vea worth; City and Uirard;Uco. Lets, Lawrence. THE WHITMAN AGRICULTURAL WORKS! The Largest Manufactory of the kind in tho Southwest. iaBBmr. aBarB AJMmmmW ' B9 Klfi . . as74BBBBBarrAwmS'''rM 9 fEBBBBBakaBBBaTRBB'aammif assw MBajmrnhaaaBBmBViTt' ' e H BBBbBBBBBBSU I BBsayjsw-, WHITMAN'S NEW AMERICAN CIDER MILL. THE ABOVE MILL Is Universally Acknowledged to he the Eeit Mill now tn n-e. Patented No, vember, 1S72. Tbreablsg Slaebinea and Horse Powers of all aizex. Corn Snellen, UayCutters Wheelbarrows, Koad Scrapers, Warehouse Trucks, tield Boilers, fchop Machinery, Ac. fc-'l fr Hlostrated Circular and Price List. WHITMAN AGRICULTURAL WORKS, Buv26-eot&w Comer Clark Avenue'anJ.Eiahth St, ST. LOUIS, MO. EDWARD P. ALLIS & CO., ELIANCE -WORES, FOUNDRYMEN, MACHINISTS, MILLBUILDERS& FURNISHERS, 3UPERIOR STEAM ElSrorNES. &c. OAavfe Xxrozx Water axxcX Gas 2Eo. Orders la our Line Sespectfully.EoIIclted aad Premptlj Filled. Send for Iliuitratct Circular. ne2SotUw3t W. A. Bitchelor's Hair Dye U splendid, Never falls. Established 17 yean. Properly applied at Bate beioc a celebrated Win and TocraaFACioaT, UBeadatreet, New York. W.aCBtcblosAlaalat8l OIL for the Hair. The best Hair Oil ia use. W. A. Batchelor's Dentifrice sac beautifying and preeervingthe Teeth sad Gums sad desdorixlag the Breath. W. A. Btchelor,i CirratiTe OINTMENT Issmarl lately eurea Sine-Worm, Tet ter, Itchhagof tbeBead, sad all Eruptions of the 9kiaw aaeeoff asalj W. A. Batc-velor's Hew Cos- METI0.UE, black ac brows, fcr listing the hair, ohim is or aaonavae hnla without grceaing them, dald waoleaale aed retell at metary, H Bond street, OTYerksadbysUdzwafieta, Aak for them. marai-dAw-xr PATEHT L1QB ABMg At atataetl Faiee. J. The eatlaat aattageai aad favajcab iEESLvi2xtt NAILS. Srcrctar y, 3 Chambers street. New Yori Wo aim ke-p a wa't house well stocked with STEAM ENGINES. TimESHEHS, RUPERS, MOWERS, nrc, Wliich thr rTiarTant'o to .be the best in the market. SP VIESID of tho old stand. Oli' THE CITY, no skill In painting. Circulars an Cjict Can, St. IaaO-LZ.iS, IWTo. Allen A Todd, Atchison; AVhlttlnger A Ian, Kantaa julytS-eodAw iUkoo, Wis. SPEEDILY GORED AUroKaSof Venerat, Frivate-aad Chronic Diwises, at the old fJentral Meu-cal lastt tute, 705 Chestnut street, hi. Louts, Mo. Tho propiietora are graduates ct the Medical Colleges of at. Lonis. and theof iastern cltlfs, are lon ger established, and the most suece-sful, as their extensive city practice will prove. Age, with ex perience, caa be relied on. . H CUStit: S7.VTIZ. -CBEI. Syphllif. Gonorrhea. O teet. Stricture, Orchitis, Hernls, all Urlnar, Distasa and Syphilitic er Mercurial aneetionsof the Ihroar, Skin or tones, are cured in tha shortest poii.' timo that will insure permanent telle!. Seminal Weai cess and impotency, etntalons, b'l.tches, dehllity, ner vousness, indigestion. depjr;dency, Io-i ol fesa al power, and wnich una s tha victim fur bast nesa or ma-iig. An permanently cured. A Medical pamphlet r tw staisna. Call or odircas ;CE1THAL MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 783 Ckeataut Street., fat, Lonis, o. Jalj22-dAw ON 2LARRIAG3. ILtapy Belief for Young Men from the cSects ot Xrrosa amd Abuses In early liie. Manhood rea-g- Impediments to Marriage removed. New method of treatment. New and reaarkable reme (Vjaa, Beoks and ClrcaUrs sent lxe, la aealedea vateeaSL. Address HOW AED ASSOCIATION, saw No. South Ninth SL l'hliadelpbia, Pa, A: AtK.'.--' ,g-aJ ,--.4" " "r.S?"i .-. .--rr-"n ,w" . . r?S-'.-