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THB LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY FEBRUARY, 0. 1879, SIX PAGE.
t 1 . -J r ., t tKMiB urats THURSDAY. FEBRUARY C, 1S79. RENEW! -ENEW! Witt Ms issue. xtnniber of sub scriptions to Tho Wtcli r Times expired- Xffa do not want 1 o loto a Ingle ol friend and troit yon -will rexni SI 25 to in immediately. PmbalQ yi slier.. There was bet oae ite.ii of business in the Probste Court yesterday, letter of administration being issued to Suan A Tiloruburkli, upin the estate of P L. Tburuburgti, deceased, of Easton township. Hrfond m. (luesiliin Dr. Price's Cream B.kicg I'uwder is free from all adulu-rAMs, bente the purest and moat economical. It it beyond all ques tion the bent and moot erft-ct of anything in tbe mark-u I)r Price's Cream Baking Powder is not void in bulk, it is put up in cans, securely labelled. We all have our preference ; lint no one prefers to hear a cryin.; baby when the fact is to well Lnown that Dr. Bull's Baby Sjrup would at once quiet it. Kal Miaic rranIr The following is the li-t of real estate transfer as recorded yesterday in the office of the Register of D-eds : A. P. B-II and wifs to Martin L. Stigle man, ihe fillow.ng dtscribed piece and paroel of land : Tiie siutMwext quarter of the smthesst fractional quirler f taction ", lon-lii 10, range 20, est of ibeGth principal me ridian, beiug 33 acres, more or ltnw, jSGO. o Wicked F-r Icrdluen. "I belie e it to b all wrong end even wicked for clergymen or other public men to be led into giving testimonial tn cjuack doctors or vile stuffs called medicines, but when a really meritorious article in made up of common valuable remedies known to all, and ih.t all phiricians u-e and trust in daily, we should freely commend it. I therefore cheerfully and heartily commend Hoj Bittern fur liie good I lit j b eve done me and my friends, firmly believing they have no equal fur family u-e I will not be witli..u .linn." Kev . Washington, D. C I.ilit uemll. The followiu;- distribution of the iKlice force ha. Iiee-n m-de at headqtljrters for the mouth i.f F-bruary: OfEce -M Davuren. Atlare M I.stiber. Day duty, trai s at.d psfew Henry Yerkea Jails and Paiiers King Bibinson. Night duly Centr.l iieai, Barney Cun ningham ; n.-rili brat, Daniel Sullivan; south lieat, V L. Miller; jeiler, K. c Givttor; guard, tl. Woihcater; special, without ,iv. Vug Kaizutig; merchant's iwliiv, Wui Titel I lf t Mil S The iruprtiveiueiili at the militar1 prison tartle the viriium who hive not eeeu that Vaet ealiflli-llUlrllt. Oaly f.ur u.nnii itiis of the 2.11 Iofaulry re I. ft w garrison K,rt Ievei,r:h, ith Mnj O.o M K.t.dali OHiiui.n ll g lie Ctiuiptuies are A," I," -G" at.d 'I; " Oil. C'lpiiii'ger of the 23 and Lieut. I'lietiM uf -he Sth ctvalry, Ult Temer.lay afiern.t.n fdr sluutrlon Gen J ff C I)vis and jhe -ix compnie of the 23il ttial left a short time -so b gu their march fn.iu liie f) alge CFty tu the new wl at -Sherid m'.-t li-n rt,iat umlny. We Are infuriueil mat ch.nce recruits are in deiuaiHl at the frvri for active eervtce. Srven prisoners w- re brought from the east to the milit-iry pris-m I -i Friday One ol the numb r is seiitenc-d to 13yer- f- r the murdtr of a cnuiradr. Ilf-f i:,io Trmi-f-e. The foil ivii is ile iisi ul r-tl e-tate traurfer- as risiir 'ed yei-tt rday in the office ol the R .i.ier of I.el-: D R C! rri-.iii of Si Lo!ii, I.i to Ph-lii,' Lal.r, liie f-ll iug dewiilicd pice ai-d ptrcel of land : Tie t mil Ii ilf of the noMheasi quarter of nctioii 9, tonhip 12, rai ge 21, east of the C h principal mt ridion, cunt-iinirg 0 acre more or les ?9Cu John P MailJen and wife to A. Galend, the lollowirg tract or parcel of land : Commeiicirig at the southwest corner of block 43. thence east along the line of Cherokee sirtel 12j feet, thence north par allel io Fiitireenth street 112 feet thence west psrtllel with Che okee stnet 125 feet, thence south alorg ihe east line of Four teenth etn el 112 fe-t, lying and eiltiaie in the central Mibtivision to the City of Leav enworth ;100. Fori ii ne Wniu lavnr,a Ilratv .Tinn. The how, where and when is pi hily told thus : Xew Okless, DeclG, 1STS. The undersigned certifies that he held fur collection for account of Win. T. Dotv, New York, one-tenth of ticket No. 81,175, Single Number Drawing Extraordinary C4as4 M, in the Louisiana S ate Lottery' which drew the capital prize of SlOO.OOOi ou Tuesday, December 10, 1S7S. said ticket having cost the sum of one dollar at the otSoeof II. L. Piitn, 319 Broadway, New York, and that the amount was promptly paid on presentation of the ticket at tL office of tre Company. T. M. WESCOAT, Agent Southern Express Co., N. O., La. Ariy further information siv'n bJ & dressing M. A. Dauphin, P. O. Box C02, !New Orleans. rroceedtnra In That Xrlbnnal Be fore Jadir iTrvzier for e-ierdy Tbe Jury Drawn lor tbe march Icrm. W. P. Borland et al. ts. Clark et al. Motions to set aside referees and for a new trial, on hearing. Geagan vs. Gciger Continued by con sent. TI1E JURT. The following is the list of jurymen drawn for the March term of the court : Joshua Turner, Easton, H. Kuhn, city, Samuel F. Burdett, city, 8. W. Fairbanks, Reno, David L Uariia, Delaware, E. Mc Crillus, city, fstth Holliucsworth, Tongan oxie, Peter Kimmel, city.J. Ettinger, High Prairie, Fred Deger, Delaware, O F. John ton, city, Harwell Atkinson, Delaware. A "ick Senator. The excessive corpulency of s certain U. S. Senator has loDg been the butt of editor ia ,wit and spicy 6 ii mott from the pens of Washington correspond enW Few persons bave suspected that his obesity was a dis ease, and liable to prove fatal. Yet this is theaad fact.- Eiceasive fatness is not only a disease in-itself, but one liable to gener ate other and mare serious ones. Chemis try, ha at last' revealed a safe, sure and .reliable remedy for this abnormal condi tion of system in Allan's Anti FL Dis tinguished chemists have pronounced it not only harmless but very beneficial to the system, while remedying th diseased con dition. Sold by druggists. TUESCnOOL noKi. c lia elatt Hondar ?HUf Tbe City Trratartr's K eprt -for January Very Little Botinra Transacted. At the meeting of the Board of Educa tion, held at its room in the High School building, corner Oak and Seventh streets , Messrs. Fleaher, Jobjou, Keeley, Westlake, LeTi Wilson, WeTer, Pesper and Few were present, with President Havens in the chair. Several bills were allowed and various reports heard; the Board also authorize' the pay roll for the present month, which closes on the 14lh insL Miss Alice Norton was advanced from fourth tu third assis tant teacher. , J The City Treasurer, report shows the 'ollowinconditibn of affairs : General fut-d, 54,480,65; Interest fund, 93,000,25; Site had,? 933,17. fund, C3,4S ; Sinking nieiTJS j thePresbytexUn chnreb. oa Toentay after 1 OUy. lSor-7eodlyr J noon. Her character, aad hoeklngly tod- 1 Tno Centaur Liniments are of two Kind'. ThoWhltOis for the human fami ly thsYollow 1 for horses, sheep and o!h rnnlmnk. Tstlmnn'alc f flu. nfTerts Tiro- duced by these remarkable preparations are wrappeJ around everv bottle, and may b procured of any druggist, sent bj-raall trom theofflceoi TiiLCESTtnt Company, K Dey Street, New York City. JanlO-wlyr Qulcbeu 'tie Circulaliuu. Don't let tbe.blood stagnate In your vein v You can prevent its do.ug fo by Increasing Its volume and pnrlty, by stimulating the dl silvc organs, and rnconn-Blng asxlmlla- tlon. with that matcliUfs vitalizing agent, llOhtetter'aelomacb B. iters. IVople not af CIcted with any oreanlc or Inorganic direase, crow waufindbaggardHlmply because tbetr b cod It thin, watery, deficient in nourishing l.rop-rtles and so meLer in quantity tbattha rxtiemttlr Rre very lmpertectly supplied Willi It, und the Koperflclal clrculatlou ex trrmely Treble, ile.cetlie bluudleks appear ance of tbe countenance. Hut when t..e lilt-lersareu-ditnrlcb and quicken the blood, tueni-y hue of health returus to the c leek, the frame acquires substance as well as vigor, the Hpjt:ie Improves, and no digestive quuljusluteif. reeithrr with lb irraMIlcatlnn or theHUUxqucUt tranquility or the stoxn ncli. Mrs. !-n. Sherman, wtre of the great ol dier says: 1 ha frequently iurchaed UaranV Kbeumulir Retaedy for Irleudtt ul fering with rheumatlem, ami In every In anre-r wnrtcl tlae m-tglc." Sold by all UruzglsUi tvnd forcircu arto IC K. llelp- ueuwiuf, iiru-41.1, t -Huiugwu, ii.u. UOSdAt7hlUC AH !iY.P RIAL Ch OWN U a mere bauble, but the rmirn ol beauty, cou ferred on the head which nature has neg lected to lubeilUb, or time hiu, robbed ol Its JiillVe Hue, by CRIa-TADORO"- HAIR DYE. Ktrraixs ITS DAI'.K LcmtE If renewed ut lu tervsls. -io - ii i: c't.osi: f i.i re I'eerle. luIIK I ll.lllsattll ul lre nraiioiis. That promise inmh and performs nolliluc stands Criatodoro'a Hair Preservative, a valuable adjunct U the tye. In dreIng and promulug Ihe growth and jierfect health of the hair and of lUeir, when us-d lone a NHfesiUard that pnitectM theObrey fioin de cay under all circuinMMiuea and under all ci met. Manuiaciured liy J. CHI-TAIXJU. No M William r-t , New York. Sold by a.1 UrugglitM. Applied by all Hair Dreaners. eodtlw Liver U K I tiff. The Liver in the imierial organ of the whole human system, an it controls the life health and happiness of man When it is disturbed in its proper action, all kinds of ailments are the natural result The diges tion of food, the movements of the heart and blosl. the action of the brain and ner vous s stem, are all immedirtely connected with tut working- of the Liver. It hai in successfully proved that Green's Au gust Flower is uuequaled in curing all per sona aiilicied with Dystonia or Liver Com plaint, and all the numeroussvmntom4 that result from an unhealthy condition of the liver and Stomach Sample bottles to try 10 centa. Positively sold in all towns on the Western Comment Three doses will prove that is is just what you want. "What h.-vxKVBnnT kequires" A. Good IATIIAUTIC AMI ANTI-tllLIOUn MCDICI.NE Keepymir liver hialtliy and tuuswirdotl many Jl-tremlui: complaints, by uslny "- ayue'o Tar mid .--arvapiirlllH Pills." Cures nck or nernus headaclie, dlxzioesa, blilous iiens, tul Uu,te In the innuth, dyspepsia. In ward piles, all complaints of the stomach and bowels. They act ueully, without any pain or icriplng, and do not leave the bowels costive, us istheciiM wltli many other pur ctives. Prepared only b Iir. Hwayne A tioa, Pliiladelnhl , an-l sold at US ceulsa box by leading druggists. Sold at wholesale by AK solii i IIust. DniKvisU. and retail by Cimpbell und Keudrlck. wtj-fr-saAw Wii.iioftVi Tosia Safe, Pvumanext ami CuMrxtra:! Wilh .fiV Tonic cures Cmll- and Fever, Dumb Chills and Bilious revrs ihuse litaus'hat kill their thoti- -amls wbtre thi-remedv is unknown. It cures Hypertrophy of he Liver. It hurls no one. It cures all types of Malarial Fevers and is H-ifecily protective in all its eflectii fry Wilnuh's Ionic, the great infallible Chill cure. WiiEELocK, FisLay & .Co , Proprietors, New Orleans. For sale by all druggists. ( hkw Jackisin's Best tiweet NavyTobac co jar.Gd&wlyr 111 t'aiilemailile Trulli. m deserve to sufjtr, and if you lead a rai- r.ilile, unsjti-factory life iu this beau tifu world, it is entirely your own fault aiei there is only one excu-e for you yom unreasonable prejudice and eke tici-m Hhich has killed tbou-ands Personal know ledge and aimmon sense re-t-oning ill soo show you that Green's Augusi Flower wi'l cure you of Liver Complaint or DyspeHia, with all lis miserable effects uch a bick headache, palpitation of the heart, sour stomach, habitual costiveness d'zzmess of the nead, nervous prostration, low spirits. &c Its sales now reach everv town ou the Western Continent, and not a druggist but will tell you of its wonderful cures You can buy a sample bottle for ten rents. Three doses will relieve you. jGeodA.w Wells' Persian Perf ume"HACKMETACK" is rich and fragrant. Try it. Sold by Ar nold & Hunt, Wholesale Dealers, Leaven worth, Kansas, and by retail dealers gener ally. wetlfrisunA s? ifll&IitiiefM or a. IJelirleiicy In Hair Exists, or If tbe hs.r l'eray, dry or harsh, the natural joutlitui oo.orcatrbe restored by ualug -Ilniim Hair toior Kestorer," tb motdelii;ntful aitlc!eeer intnsluced to th Amer can isxiile ior Increasing its growth, rt-HlrtiriuritB uaturul color an a. the same time a lovely li;ur drekMN iuJ beautlller. 11 Is lota jy dlllereut from all others; not slick or tummy, and free from all impure tncn-dlenta Ibst reuder many other articles obnoxious; In fict it Is exquisitely perfumed Hnd so cleanly mid elegantly prepared as to makj: 11 h lasting iiair dressing and toilet luxury. J. A. TYNES. A I'ROMINENT CITIZEN, V, Uson, N C wriles: Mine ten years ago my wife's hair commencvd falitns, and got Very thin aud turned gray; bnl after ustnp "London Hair Color Kestor-r" the scalp be came healthy, the hair stopped falling, tbi color wa restored, und la now growing beautlluily. Ask your drnsslst for London Hair Coloi Restorer. Price, 75 cents a bottle. Six bottle for H. Main Depot for the United Sates, CO North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Hold byArnnld .1 Unnt, and Campbell and Kendrlck, Druggists, Leavenworth. luestnr&aUkw Snre Tnlnw. Dr. King's 8yphllltle Bemedy Is warranted to cure Syphllfs In the primary, secoudar) and tertiary stages, and in all its varied and complicated forms and will cure the worst cases of venereal diseases; case, which have resisted the treatment of tbe most eminent physicians of America. It cures the flr-I stage aud heals the ulcers In a fc-.v days. It curui ulcers In ttie mouth, nose, throat, head, arms and legs; al-o hard ialns in tbe bones and Joints, swelllns or Joints - pullllic rheu matism, etc. In a short time. 11 Ice Hve dol lars per package. Sent everywhere by ex press. A treatise on sexual di-s-a.se, free. Sent mailed lor two stamps. Sold by Or. J Dinsbevr, 415, North Seventh street, St, Louis Mo. Cures guaranteed or he money refund ed. Tbeo. LgersdorC, agent, Leavenworth. t-'""n tnlleodivTlyr Tbe First Dow mrea Kellef." Trial Bottles Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup oi who. ineny,uijenia. Tbe dUtresalnt: cough, which, threatened serious results, is quickly cured before devel oping a fatal pu momuy anecllon. For all throat, oreasi ana lung aisoruers, uinma,cr Bronchial arTectlons lloontnc Conch. Liver Complaint, Blond Spitting, &c no remedy is so prompt and effectual as "Dr. Swayne's uompoaua ayrap oi w uu i-aicrry.-- "I have made use of this preparation for mai-y years and It Is proved to be very relia ble and efficacious In the treatment of severe and long standlm; coughs 1 know oi two patients, now In comfortable health, and who bnt for Its ue I consider would not be living. ISAAC 8. IIE11BEIN, M. D. Htraustowu, Berks county. Fa. Price Trial bottles, ZicinU; large site.Jl or six for Jo. A single tb cent bottle will oft entimes cure a recent ot ugh or cold, and thus prevent mncli sutTeriug and risk of lite. Prepared only by Dr.Swayne t Son, Pblla pelphla. Sold by leadlm: Urn tfstsln Leav enxortb, by AruuMA Hunt Campbell and sjendrick. wed.fn.sunatw Itching Pile The Symptom are moisture. like perspira tion. Intense Itching, Increased by scratch ing, very distressing, particularly at night as If pin worms were crawling In ud about the rectum the private parts s"e sometimes affected; If allowed to continue, very senoas results may follow. Dr. Swayne's All Uealing Ulutment is a pleasant sure cure. HOME CAKES. We were great sufferers om Itching Piles, the symptoms were as kbove described, tbe use ot Swayne's Oint ment tn a bon Ume made a perfect cure. I. W. CHU1ST, Boot A Shoe House, 3M N. 1 alst. T. C WETMAN, Hatter, 8 a Elgth St. PUU a lelpbla. Reader, If yon are suffering from this dls tusslni: Complaint, or Tetter, Itch, Scald H sad. Ring Worm, Barbers' Itch, any Crusty, Scaly, Skin Eruption, nse Swayne's Oint ment and be cured, .-ent my mall to any address on receipt of price, (In currency or postage stamps), SO cents a box, three boxes fl.75. Address tellers Dr.Swayne Son,S3o N. Sixth street, Philadelphia. No change for advice. Sold by leading druggists. In Leav enworth, by Arnold & Hunt Campbell and Kendrlck. tuesthursalaW A Car. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness early decay, loss of man hood, etc. I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OP CHARGE. This great remedy was discover ed by missionary in toum America, isena KANSAS NEWS. f . T.leT-tpnnnt.nnVerTinr Tlnmnnrev was In f . - . Lawrence last Saturday. I Messrs- Sherman and ProprsT have start ed none cnt aftrnoos pp;r at Lawrence Cii:ed the dally Ri-portcr. j The Sedan 77mjsiys there Is considera ble excitement Iu Cnautacqua county about tbe reported discovery of gold near -Sedan. TheHntlaa7era(iof Keb-uary 2nd con tains an Interesting and graphic report of the present condition of Central and Western Kansas. hoxesTEadino sroprEO. Cor. Hiawatha Dispatch,'! Tbe time fi bomcsteadlng in Mission elcaedwltuthe resumption act, January 1st, lt:. A aRAVfcYAKn SOBBED. K nsley Graphic, 1 1 There Is some one In this county so mean that they stole the fence pots Trom our graveyard. THE TIME FOB XATINO. 8t Valentine's day, the llth of February, is last approaching. This Is the day when ev ery bird unmated chooses a mate THREE INCHES or SSOW AT S ALINA FEB. 1. Sallna Herald, 2. Yesterday morning the snow commenced falUug, and before 9 o'coc 'the ground was covered to the depth of three Inche. COAL AT SALUCA. ISallna Herald, 2.f Coal has been discovered six miles north west of the city. Acompanyls b-Ingorgan-lzed low it tbe vein, which oSers reasona ble prosj ects of sncces'i. THE SCKAFFO&D CASE. The Topeka Cbmm nur alth says the motion for a new trial in the scrafford case will not oe argued until the Supreme Cour shall have decided tbe que-tlon f Juri-dictlon. TUt KAKSAS MOSTHLY We have receiied the first numberof the second volume of the A'aruai Monhly. pub llsbcdat awreica n Mr. J.S Bougt.ton. It contains slx-een pages of matter about Kau s,s and Is very readb'e. K0WT1I OF WHEAT CXDXB THE SNOW, IDodge City Times, L A stalk of wheat six inches long, tbe roots four Inches long, was brought to this office by M. Collar. It wa taken from bis wheat Held. A stalk, of clover wai also in good con dition. TH E EXCAUVATIOS AT "COOT HILL." Oodse City Times, t.J Tbe bodies la Boot 11 Ul are being disinterred and removed to Prairie Grove Cemetery. Col J. V'.fetraughn Is the village sexton engaged in this wonr The bodies were burried with their "boots on " W1LDOEESE O0IJCO NOBTH. Paola spirit 31. 1 Wild g-ese have been seen Hying north this week. Whether this Is an Indication of spring orslmplyan Indication that they are hui gry and north for a good, fquare meal In some of our wheat Melds is i,ot known but at ail events we are glad to see them. KINSLfcY'S 1-OPULATlON. IKiusley Graphic. 1. Mr Htrry Landls has taken the census of the city end reports the cumber of inhabi tants witnln the city limits at slxhundrtd and nineteen. Had the floating population been counted, those that are here for two or three months at a time, the numberof in habitants would have reached eight hun dred. DEATH OK AS OLD XIMTSTEX. Lawrence Journal, 2. , We regret to learn of the death of Its v John Ingle, of the soot hern part of -this county. Mr. Ingle came to this county in 1SS7. He was a preacher of the United Brethren Church and weli known in the circles or that church and as a citizen generally. He was a little more than seventy-six years of age at the time of his death. He had been ill for about two months. bOMETIIiaa NEW IX WHEAT. Burrton Telephone, 1. Mr.T E. Hyde, of Valley township, tell ns something new about wheal. Last fall be sowed a good slztd field of wheat, and the srasshoniiersKnthered It In for hi in. Hetben sowed the same ground with Odessa wheat, but it grew cold and froze before it had time lo come up A few days ago he dug up some of it and found that it was nicely sprouted and in good condition, and ready to grow as S0"n as spring comes NEW COMERS IN NEXAHA C0CNTY. Seneca Courier, 31 1 Seven emigrant wagons passed through t wn Sunday going west. Noithern Kansas is bound to be the point of attraction tor Im migration the coming seasou We say let them come ! We have p'euty to reed them oo, and very cneap. Any one wanting to come West could not come In a more favor ab'e time. Corn I'u per buihel; bogs32 per cwt.; horses cheap; ca tie cheap; laod has struck bottom, aud as flue land as tuere Is on earth. What more could ther want? THE 9CKVEY FOIl THE NEW MILITARY ROUTE. WiUhita Eigle. 30 J An army officer from Kort Leavenworth, In eompaay with Mr. Ed. Kenlon, passed through the city this week tils mission is to select and establish a route to the new military post. Six companies of mounted Infantry are already en route 'or the new fort, and will, in all probability, pass through this city. The establishment ot this fort, with Wichita as a hi.se of tupplles, adds auotber very Important business Interest to Wichita which we are glad to note. Our city is the nearest railroad point, and the route mor practicable than from any other point on the road. A WOMAN IN S.EMICH OF A LOST HUSBAND. Topeka Commonwealth, 2. A lady who had Just come trom Leaven worth applied at police headquarters yester day morning to have a warrant Issued for the arrest of her husband, who had left her, and he stated the following circumstances con nected with the affair: The lady (we could not ascertain ber name), as a widow, had married a photo grapher by the name of B iker, last Novem ber, and had lived with him on alarm near Leavenworth, blnnlug to herself. A short lime afterwards ber husband wanted to start in business aud asked her to sell tbe household goois to raise money for that pur. poe, but sbe objected. Tben he wanted her to mortgage the farm, and this sbe re used to do. Then he stole a horse belonging tu ber son and pawned It for 115, and left for parts unk own. Sometime after this she received a letter from him, dated at Kansas City, stating that he had been 'arrested for a crime committed seven years ago, and was then on his way to St. Louis in charge of a United States marshal. From a gentleman who lives in Leavenworth, and who was In tbe city a day or two since, the lady learned that her husband was here, and she hal tbe warrant Issued, in the hope that hn would be found, and that she might recover what she could from him. MORE FAKMEKS WASTED I KAJTSAH. National Greenback Monitor, SO We want more farmers and more Improved farms in this county. We have .one of the best agricultural counties in tbe State, and we need thorough-going farmers, men who can and will make money out of the prod ucts of the earth. There is no more Inde pendent position than to rely npon tbe pro ductiveness or the soil and or your own strength. These are the foundations from which spring the living of every man, wom an and child. Farmers are said to be the sdt of tbe land. They certainly are the pro ducers of the saving properties. To farm well is a science. Not a science learn ed trom books but from actual ex perlence. ilnch can be learned however, by farmers publishing their expe rience through tbe agency of the press,- or otherwise. Let as have more practical far mers and our towns and village will in. crease accordingly, and oar county will soon become one of tbe most populous and pro ductlve in tbe State. Manufacturing inter ests will Increase and trade become tally de veloped ir sustained and built up by pros perous farming community. Let as have more farmers and better cultivated farms, for herein Ilea tbe wealth of the county. A SUDDEN DEATH IN A CUCKCH. Humboldt Inter Bute, SO. While a very Interesting ".meeting .wss in progress at the Presbyterian church, on last Saobath evening, an event occurred which produced a severe shoes upon the eongrega lion and brought the exercises to an immedi ate termination. It was the Illness and al most instantaneous death of Mrs Calantine. Apparently in good health when shj entered the house and until within a few moments of her decease, sbe seemed to take great pleas -are in the exercises, and a smile of approval wreathed her face when ber husband, just previous lo her fatal tlcknea, sat down al ter oSerlngsome remarks appropriate to the honr. A physician, Dr Rusael, was at once sum moned, who upon arrival thinking he detec ted a faintly perceptible pulse, pionounced the opinion that she would recover. He has tened at once to procure some stimulant, but npon his return, after examination, be dis covered that life was extinct. Her grieA stricken husband could not believe It, bat continued to chafe her hands and Induce others to oae other means in the vain hope that she might evea yet be brought from what seemed to him a hard fainting fit. Tbe body or the deceased was burled from i Quarterly Statement OF THE TRE.VSUP.EP. OF LEAVENWORTH COUNTY. The following is a statement of the amount ol mosey in the Couaty Treasury, showing the amount belonging to each ppe- cific fund oa the 25th day of January, A. D. 1879: General R-venue J 3,tl7 14 H!,iri Prslrle township 91 69 .Normal School fund "oor fund : Ko ids und Bridges Insane .und ..... ........... .... -- County Clerk's tees County Treasurer's fiea Interest on '0 pr cent, bonds Interest on tu percent. Installment bonds.. ....... .... ...... .- Interest. ou 8 per cent Installment bonds. ...... ........ ...... ... Interest on K. P R. H Bonds State o. Kansas 185 State of Kansas 1376 Court House fund lulere-t ou Court House bonds State of Kansas, 1577 " " 187J " 1875 Alexandria Townaulp Delaware Township..... Easlou Township Falrmount Township Klckapoo Township Reno Township Sberoian Township 4 J 916 04 17S61 95 :i ou 71 15 4.SM 37 e,o;6 17 3JW10' 13114 43 71 131 64 03 12,585 it S32 J) 20 64 27 78 77 75 I'itA 174 91 V3 33 5!-i al Si 81 147 82 16 12 37 18 24 2'iOt 41 l !l tl IS 1 78 5 11 4 71 41 U 14 14 41 t'J 53 63 1 11 ID SO 16 58 74S52 K", 11 3.U 41 85 x: i-o. 97 00 04 27 51 134 1168 :o a; a 8.' 37 91 16 11 80 M 10 10 87151 81 52 btraugtr Townsuip TouganoileTownsulD Suie School, 2d S A. Division, 1672 " 1st " " ls73 . " 2d " " 1ST3 . " 21 " 71.. " " lit " " 174 . 2l .i . 1-l m County School fund, 1973.. County school fund, 1:71.. Orphan fund. ....... ............. Proceeds unclaimed property Kansas Central right of way . lule-est on bonds, Issued to P C 4 F DM R W Interest on bonds K P R W overdue Interest on bonds Issued to L M R R H ..... .- ................... ...... Sinking fund, 1866 LA AN w RW right or way Mluklng fund old 10 per cent, bonds County School food. 1873 nd S A Slate School fund, 157 1st " " 1S75 1st " " " -" IS"6 2nd " " " 167 Tonganoxle .City Coumy scnooi iunu, u,s Leavenworth City..... 1st S A Dlv. State School fund, 18T7.. 21 " " 1877 . 1st " " " " " M7S.. gd " " " " " 1878.. County School fund, 1877 Interest on bonds not'regtsteted.... Interest ou bonds registered Interest and principal registered city tonds...... -.................. 2nd S A til v. County School, 1S7S.. Judgment fund, 187 " " 1S71 " 187S " ' 77 Interest Bank deposit county chool, 1S74 County School, 1879 Bute or Ksi vis, 1 ITS Iron Bridge across stronger Sinking fund Court Hou-e bonds Judgment lund, 1973 Stale of Kansas, 872 Interest on Railroad bonds SCHOOL DISTKICTS. s;21 235 St: (24 3 72 89 42 90 37 17 6 01 60 4,1? i 03 .152 19 14.817 4 2,416 38 7 15 1 90 16 75 out .V, 65 197 22 192 99 18 80 243 29 K7( 230 86 226 09 2 691 81 34 95 110 84 15 92 111 79 172 23 90 39 134 9 90 S3 105 44 32 96 20 16 50 92 41 45 67 18 74 23 11 24 5 1: 59 42 1131 77 Os 92 9' 28 84 17 US S-'U SO 40 6 5JO0I M 6ti Si .5 17 8S 23 75 105 68 District Fund School Dlst. No. 2 . if 4 .... t .... fl .... 7 8 9 .... 10 ... 10 ... 10.... 11 ... 1!.... IS.... It .. 15.... 15.... 15 ... 16.... 17 ... 18 ... 19 ... 10.... 21.... 21 ... 'I.... 5""." h".'.'. 2G ... ?" 2.'.'.'. 2 ... 2S ... 23.... 3J ... M.. s: S3 ... 34.... 35 ... 3?.... 37 ... 37.... 37.. 3S ... S'J ... 40.... 41.... ii ... 4i.... 4-.... 43 ... 41 ... 45 iS.... 45.... 46 . 46 ... 47 48.... 43 ... 4 ... fJ ... 50 . 50 ... 10 :i .. si ... oi ... 52.... 53.... 51 ... M ... M.. E6.. 5fi ... 57.... 5i ... .... 60.... 61.... St.... St.... 62.... 61.... 63 .. "Fa Cl.. 61.... 5.... 6C.... 67 ... 67.... 67.... 6S ... (.... M ... 63 ... SO.... TU .. 71.... 72 ... 74.... 74 ... 74.... 75.... Interest Sinking District Interest Sinking District Interest Slnkng District Interest Sinking D.st net Interest Mluklng Oistrlcl 25 0ti M bO . 25 4'i 271 Interest Sinking District 31 22 219 42 201 48 2:t 47 121 3 Up 57 9t s.7 79 S.,8 79 SO 8- lit 18 Interest Siuklug D strict 17 90 I 9s Interest Sinking District I 18 6i 79 2e 11 TU 14 84 SI 3 57 17 48 54 51 30 78 4X1 14 26 32 54 328 S7 0J 60 70 141 82 91 39 (76 1)7 6s 90 9 50 ii 61 150 54 74 94 S7 1)6 100 79 6 10 ir. 98 54 90 19 58 41 88 16 9 146 W 112 79 47 52 9175 193 30 3 23 3 91 102 07 47 00 11 19 50 52 21 5tl SO 83 53 54 137 HO 152 8 12 37 36 67 29 34 tlVl ii 41 82 43 24 88 49 78 41 9J 3 39 Sink-ug uisirict Interest sinking D.strlct i. Interest Sinking District lute rest Sinking uistnci Interest sinking District Interest elnklng District Interest Sinking District Interest sinking District Interest Sinking District Old Interest Sinking District s4 Sinking District Interest Sinking District 76.. 7tf.. 76.. " 7S . ...t9.477 05 Dedact overdrafts of ex 1 reasurer Enos Hook : On Judgment fond, 1876.... U:i Tax or 1873, undistribu ted On Interest fund School Dis trict No. 26 1,309X8 01 S0 l.Jtj 79 Total in Treasury .SSS,16I 26 Amount in Treasury placed as follows: In Fiscal Agency, New York 4,902 8 In German Bank, Leaven worth 64,515 40 In Insley, Shire A Co's bank, Leavenworth 25,001 00 In Treasurer! office 1,743 . 0 88,161 26 William Shepherd, CountyTressureror Leav enworth Coanty, being first daly sworn, on oalb, says the foregoing statement Is taken from tbe books ot his offlce, aud la trie and correct to the best of his Knowledge andou lief. WILLIAM SHEPHERD, Couuty Treasurer. Subscribed In my presence and sworn to be at fore me, this ztlh day of January, A. SZALl D., 1179. J. W. NlSdACS, Coanty Clerk. Whywillyon sailer with Dyspepsia aad liver complaint, Coaatipalion, and general debility whe yoa can get at our store Shi loh's 8ritem Vitalixer which we sell on a positive guarantee to rare yon ? Price 10 eta, aad 75 eta. For sale by Arnold & Hunt, wholesale dnisaims SNTDBB'S CURATIVE PADS! The most wonderful HEALTH KE- srrOREIU ever discovered. LEABIff: rB VSICIAflll and the Intelligent are most loud in their praise. (tO. I. For L,l7Esa and LtTMU A 1 1 .tJEajTH, CHILLS and FEVER. Dtv PEPsM, IndlgesUon, Billonsness, Sick aud jniwia Hilling wui suuucwci wiiu( tom TBRPIB LIVER. The most eneetu ai BLOOB rilKIFIER EXTA.tT; gives strength to the weak and debbiutied. s-ishjb e si SO. -2.-For rHALE WEAK! EH and RKEGIILARITIEa. FALLING of tbe VMH, LBDCOBRHCa I whites, and the many other ills to which FESIALEare SUBJECT! enriches the blood. Durlfleathe secretions, and strengthens WE4KLI and skliusieicislui rwiririm, H4. SV-Por KIBNBV. SPIKE and BLABBER affecttona Brtxhfs disease uisurm, aa vx wm &, jm. TCKEI Uf TrraxiTa and RESTORE LSSWT EHEBGI, rRIGE SSSJ. If your druggist does not keep .T DERSs CURATIVE MKk and wll not get one tor you, do not let him palm off other worthless Imitations, bat send the Brlcetoaslnaletfer, and we will mail them tjoa. Address, E. F. SNYDER ft GO., IB W. nt BiBatar, CnrcuacATi, Oaio. FOB SALX ST AEKOLD HUNT. WHOLBBALE DRUGGISTS, CAMPBELL A KEX DRICK, RETAIL DRUGGISTS. IjearenwoTth, and by Isadlng DrsRTtetn sea- esauy. eouaw- Pains in the Kalr Side or Lr.ins are cured by 1IUNCS UL-'II.UV TUP t.'reat Klitnrr and l.iver JlnJt clue. It Is not a new com pound. BACK!" naviug oeen used from llmrertne disease and dth7 TinnT OH! MY hn h, s7.in n hrnww... the Uoaru oi uuniy i.oniuii-i-iuuvis ui im M rv .- w, ?t. rlv eJlE. ?i P!.,JlrlaD Couuty of Leaveuworth, tn the State of Kau toe" Liver KH?ne T,Sr B'inV.1TT?,eJ ---'0"'uceJ an "clloa ,n tUe D's." O -al &mv tfrevel D P.be?t ami rf I tnctCourt or sal county a.altist them, and uigaus isropsy. ursypi, UUOelle and n- ln, ,. amii3 In block Ml in DayiMac cntitinenre cd Retention f ITrto . W J J - sua , iu 1UJ ' ?." "S. ,.r. nijtiT ike iieui : cures ..... . .. . . ' V..M, ot the Kidney's, General Debility, weaknes, Nervons Disease.. Intemperance and Excesses. Hl'XPs BE31D cures Billions Headache, r-our Stomach, Costlve nee, tiyspepsia. Strengthens the Bowels and Stomach and ra.kes the blood perfecty pure HU.Sli"! Hl..1KnT,li prepared KX PKKSJILV for ilie.e aliases and bs never beea kaosssi to full. One trial will convince yan. uu.srii KR.m: UV la purely Vegetable, Is used by family physicians, aud the utmost reliance mav be piacra in it. iicsrs hex HUNT'S EUi encourages sleep, creates an appetite, braces up the system and re- neweaueaiiuisttif REMEDY result. Send foi Pamphlet to WM.E.CL RKE, Providence, k. 1. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. tues, thnrs,sa'w. wwm A SPLF.inin flPPOHTDVirY TO WIN A FORTUNE. SECOND GRAND DIS TRIBUTION. CUASS M. AT NEW OIILE TUESDW, F BRUARV llth, ISrS-lOSlll Jlenlkly Urawlug. Louisiana State Lottery Company. This Institution was reaulariv Incorporated by the Legislature of ilm Mate for Education al and Char tablv purposes la IftcM, with a cap. IU1 off 1,000,000, to wblclut haselnceaildeda reserve fund ol lViM. IT- GltAN I SINGLE NUMBER DlSlitlBUfl N will take place monthly ou Ihe ticond Tuesday 11 nnrr tcaltt O'pottpunc: Luo at the lullowing Dls txibutlou : CAPITAL PRIZE, 30,000. 100,000 TICKETS AT TWO LOLLAIW EACH. HALF-TICKErs.ONE DOLLAR, Lisr OF PRIZES: I Capital Prize JM.OOr) 1 Capital Prize. 10J 1 Capital Prize 5,0t 2 Pr.zeeof tt&0 6,0ui 5 Prizes Of 1,000 ,0W 20 Prizes of 500 10.0W lWPrzesof 100 10,0 2W Prizes of 50 10,O(l &u Prizes of 20 lo,rA! irwj Prizes or io lo.ooo APPROXIMATION PRIZES: 9 Approxl mation Prizes of t3K 9 Approximation Prizes ot 200 9 Approximation Prizes of no f 2.710 . LbrXJ 9uu 1,857 Prises, amounting to ! 110,400 Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all proiuiuent poluts to whom a liberal compematlou will be paid . Application fur rates to clubs should only be made to the liouie Omce lu New Orleans Write clearlv stating full sddre-s, for lur- tbtr Information, or send orders to n. a. da u phi:, P. . Box, BB-2. New Orleans, Lav AU our Grand Extraordinary DrauHngt art under tl.e nipmision and mmagrmmlof GEN ERALS O. T. BEAUREGARD and J. A. EARLY. Sew IB&M Conservatory Method for the Pianoforte This very popular and good Method has had a thorough trial at the Conservatory, and has been used in other places. It differs from other Methods in beicg composed of Three Parts or Books. Part i For the First Grsde of Learners has 72 pages the Elements, Five finger and other Exercises, easy studies and tunes, and lain itself a good, easy instruction book. Part II For the Second Grade, has 83 page more difficult Extremes, Scales, and Studies., and a number of Pieces from the works oi great Masters tart in. for the Third Grade, has 110 pages, Grand Scales and Arpeggio", with a few good Studies and a few difficult Piece'. Price of each part. $1 50. Complete, $3,2-3 The Musical Record. Dexter Smith, Editor, mailed for C eta. Circulates 20000 per Mouth. Mufic, News, &c. 2 per year. OLIVER 0ITS0N & CO., Boston. . II. Dltson ic C., J E. nilsnn z Co., 711 4 843 Broad way. N. Y 9 Chestnut St THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENT FOE HA1T OB BEAST. When a medicine lins Infallibly donn its work in millions of cases for more than a third of a century; when it Iras reached ewrvptrt of the world; when numlR-rle-s families rtervwhtre con- sidcrittlM oidvsale reliance in casoof i.iin or ni rideiit.il Is pretty sale to call sucuu uiLUK-mo THE BEST OF ITS KIND. This is tlio case with the Mexican Mustauc I. tit line ii t. Everv mail brings lnlelligenccof a snlimlile !in rse aved, the ngony of nn aivful scaltl or oarn suuunrii, mc uorrots oi riien matim overcome, and of a thousand- and one otber blessings and rnercli s performed by the oid reliable Mex ican Muataiic I.luluieut. All forms of outward disease arol speedily cured by tlio MEXICAN Mustang Liniment. It penetrates muscle, membrane and tissue, to the very bone, banishing pain and curing tllseuso with a power tliat never falls. It is n medicine iceiled by everybody, from the ratchero, who rides uu MUSTANG over the solitary plains, tn the merchtnt I Iirince, and Iho woodentter w'no splits: lis fo-t with th" a.v. i It cures i:iiemua:im when all other! applications tail. ahis wondenul LINIMENT speedily rnrri such ailments of the lil'MAN Pi 1--II ns lUienn nlism. Strellintrs. Stiff doiau. t r intirn jnnseies, xsurns aad McaJd-, Cuts, llruises ami Npralsts, i'nliouoni lilies mid Mlars, Stltmeas. LasKnru, 4M Seres, rtcrrs.Frostbl tea. 4'hi;ilaliis. Mere Hippies, 'akeit llrrest. ami ladeeel every form of external dis ease. It Is the Greatest remedy for the dis orders ami accidents to which the IlKCrie Citrenov nru subject that has evi r been known It cures espraliis, Hivlnny. SlliT Joints, Foiinslrr. ITerMess Sores. Hoof Dis eases, I'sot Kee, Strew tVoras. Scab, Hollow Horn, Scratches, tTInd slls, stpavln, Karey, Ringbone, Old ores, Poll Kvil, Kilns npon the Mgbt aad every other aJImeaf te walclt the oeeapaufs of the table anil IMeek tant are liable. A I went v flvo cent bottle of Mexican Mns'ang Liniment has often saved a aluablo horse, a life on crutches, or years i f torture. It liral. svltbocM a Scar. It goes to the very root of the matter, penetrating even the bone. It cures everybody, and disappoints ro one. It has been in steady use for more than twcntynvc years, and is positively THE BEST OF ALL F03 ILraJI CS BEAST. declwlyr S. N. HOLMES, PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE Attention la respectfully directed to tbe fact that at this store may be found every ar ticle in the Uneor Drugs and Chemicals, and positively at ths lowest prices. PreacnpUcna filled at any hour of the day or night. Cor. 5th A Chastnut Street 0TJTM IMAtMKmmKtWiWkU UlfiENTS I IiTCaVL. I Publication Notice. TJERMANMAIIKSON as aslirnee or the bv all elai fnr . m.JL araveawuruioaiubs"- ."-..-ail vei ?J?.i ' unsnowu"and ult persons hav.ngor claira- JLX Leavenworth sa lngs nans --anu ouiers PB" n "fc"D"51Q:.w"LI"r """?, "." 'pri-rht'a riVSfl Lu!J' "ub division of Leaveuworth. Jo the Jlbiiliv- SiariDyofav,n,rortnn,;5t",e f, Kansas lebllliy. lemule f,,nht. said lots to aale fortbe delltauer-t taxes. Interest and penalties tbereod as fol lows : . EXHIBIT A Lot 21, B. 1W, Day A Macaulev-. e- n S r- i r i s- , : j ; fsi I ?J: ' ? : : c jls j$ 5 g : Is s c 18721 11 3" 2 (B MT 7, 1S73 1 21 .13 f 57 01 TS 19 lS7j 2S Or 2 90 " 10, ls7l 40 So) W Wt 97 5 EXHIBIT A-Lot 22, B. 100, Day & Maeauley 1S72- I'lSSj 2 0" Mav 1873' 27 70 2 87i- 7. 1ST3 21 S 57U1I 7S 30 10, li7. 30 57( 66 21 96 7o exhibit a Lot 23, B. 103, Day fc Macauley. 1871 19 Z-A 2 IO May 7, I37X 2! 8j 57 0 78 3 173 2S t 2 90,- " 30, 1S71 30 90, 66 90 97 85 ... I ... ' ' .... ! .... 'trill EXHIBIT A-Lots 21, 22, 23, B 100, Day Jfc Ma ciuley 1ST! 4S 15i 7 22.SeDt. 1675! 53 37' so ol ISS 41 17V 38 So 0 Ui - 10. 1S76 44 28 1 41 23 84 66 1376 92 56.14 19 " 10. 1S77 IOC 7 43 37 1CI lr " , 1STS) Vi 31) W 31 IS bi 13 1 21 SI S; S 3s 1575 as claimed In the petition in such action, and that said lots were sold at delinquent tax sale anu oiti in oy saiu county, anu tnai sucu iota have remained unredeemed and the certifi cates of sale lnlransfered for the period of three years, after said sale and sun remain unredeemed and th certificates or sale nn IransTerred ; aud all peisons are hereby noti fied to appear at the District Court of said County and show cause on Ihe20th day of March, 1879, why such lota should not be sold for the payment of such taxes, interest and penalties there on. J.W.TAYLOR, County Attorney. Publication Notice, "IOUN WILSON "and others unknown" I and all persons having or claiming an Interest therein, will take notice that tbe Board of County Commissioners of tbe coun ty or Leavenworth nnd State or Kansas, have c mmenced an action lu the District Lourt of said county acalnst them, nnd lota one (I) and two, (2) In b'oek thirty three (31) in Ciark !- Rees' addition to Leavenworth In the county of Leavenworth and Stale or Kansas, to subject ""-lid lots to sale for the delinquent taxes. Interest and penalties thereon as fol lows: EXHicrr A Lots I and 2, 15. 33, Clark A Rees. 3 . 51 :- i z sr a z. 2 -I- Z . r - - q ?! i j 2 I 1, ills a ; St 5 i : c 187;' Lot 1- I 1873 Iat 2l I '118 76 1.12W) rs T- fS w 111 !S1 1871, 22 19 3 CS.Sept. 10, 1875 IS75 '9 21 3 0 ! " I87S 55 17 22 29 41 5S lS7l, 47 6s 7 49 " " 1X77, 27 5 27 1877 41 37! G 8li 3.1878 82 75 51 21 5126 1878 4u Ul, 4 lib kxhiihta Lot 1, B 33, lark A Rees. 1873) 34 Oil 3 50May S, 1(74 37 511 SI 25 115 76 exhibit a Lot 2, B. 33, Clark & Kees. 1873J-9 3)1 I 031 May 3, 1S71 10 36' 22 411 32 80 as claimed in tbe petition In such action, and that said lot were Sold at delinquent tux sale, aud bid In by said county, aud that sucil lots have, remained unredeemed and Ihe the certificates of sale untr nsfered for the period ol three 5 ears lifter said sale aud still rematu unredeemed and tiie certlflciteH of sal, untransferred : and all persons are here by uotl tle-1 lo appear at the District Cour, of saia lountv. anu snow cause ou iiie SCtll day of March, 1S79. why said lots should not ue i out ior tne payment oi sucn taxes, interest aad penalties thereon. j. w. Taylor, County Attorney. Publication Notice. T1HILLIP FETI1 "aud others unknown I and all peisons having or claiming au merest, tuereiu. win iase nonce uu me Hoard of ouuty Couiinlsslonersof the coun ty of Lavenworth lu tile St-ite ur Kansas, liaveromtneuceil an action In the District Couitof sld county ugalust them, and lots twenty-one (21) anu tweuU -two (22) In b ock twenty-four (21) in Leavenworth city proper In the couuty or Leavenworth and state of Kansas to surjeel said lots to sale for tli delinquent taxes, interest and penalties thereon ns follows: exhibit A Lot 21 and ?i II. 21, City Proier. r? 5 i ! ! r i x -r I 55 ; . t : s i c . : x " 5 s ; : 117 . 27 Hi, S7I 37 9 8' May 6, 173 10, 1S71 MS : 21 113 OS 3 81 r'. 11 15 93 1J Ut 23 hu'ixhicit a Ixi22, B 21, City Proper. 1S7." 10 76 1S73 15 35' 1 17 May 6, 1S7J, 11 93 16 9s 31 7i IM'" 10, 1871 47 71 3ll 79 5.'! 77 i 97 43 ExniniTA Lot 21, B.21, City Proper. 1874, 23 91! 3 M) -ept. 7.1S73 27 76 41 to, 69 40 1875) 19 55 3 14 " 10, 1876 22 a 22 69 1 45 33 187'jI 41 04 6 80 " 10, 1877 50 74 25 3. , 76 11 187 40 8? C 21 . " 10, 1378 47 12 47 II 187W 46 CO 2 S,l ' 43 93 I ' ! .... , 1 1286 9j as claimed in the petition in such action, and that said lots were sold at delinquent tax sale and bid in by said couuty, and that such lots have remained unredeemed and tbe certifi cates of sale entransfereii for the period of three years after said sale and still remain inredeemed and the certificates of sale un- transfered ; and all person are are hereby nottflned to appear at the District Court of said County and show cause ou the .0th day of March, 15.J, why such lots should not be sold for the par men t of such taxes. Interest and-penaitles thereon. J. W. TAYLOR, Couuty Attorney. Publication Notice. JB.DRINKARD"and others unknown" aud all persons having or claiming an interest therein, will take notice that the Board ot Couuty Commissioners or the conn ty of Leavenworth and state of Kansas bave commenced an action In the Dis trict Court oi said. County against them, and ii acres or land in me east lialf of tbe Southeast quarter of section 29, townshln 8. ranee 22. bounded as follows, vl.: Beginning at a point on the east line of the souuieost quarter oi saiu section , town ships, range 22, five O) chains south of Its iinrtheast corner, thence west at a variation oflo 35'east twenty i20) chains to a lime stone, thence south at a variation of W east. seven and fifty hundredths (7.50) chains hi a limestone, inence east at a varieiion oi ii' 351 east, twenty (20) chains to a limestone on the eastern boundary of said quarter sec tton, thence north set en and fifty hundredths (750) chains to the placa oi beginning situated In tbe couuty of Leavenworth and State ol Kansas to subject said land to sale fortbe delinquent taxes Interest and pen alties thereon as follows: Exhibit a 15 acres In the e. hf. of southeast quarter, section 29, township 8, range 72, bounded as follows, viz: B-glnnlng at a point on the east line of tbe southeast quar ter of said section 29, township , range 2', five chains south or it nonneast corner, thence west at a variation or 10' east 2u chains to a limestone, tnence south at a variation ot It' east 7j chains to a lime stone. t"ence ea't at a variation or 10'S.i east 20 chains to a limestone on tbe east boundary or Said quarter section, thence north 7.50 chains to tbe place of beglnlng. HI I y 12C I 52 m 3 o I E$ I ts ir I & il ar -s i : I 5 I ". ?fZ i :x ft ': : : ii : : - : Z -5 ; I i ; ' 5 : 5 i ISTl- 16 SO 2 SC! May 12, 1871 18 73, 04 M 87 37 ls7l 1108 165"" " 187; 1571 4971 55 42 187X 1191 144" 10,1373 1335 3557 3 92 I-7S 8 Tl 1 Oil " ls:t 9 29 20 ! 29 39 la7l 3 41 76Sept. 10.1S7S 4 2C 6 3 10 10 1875 3 2- 7t ' 1376 4 01 4 01 8 M! ISTt. 4 If- ss1 - ls77 S 04 2 32 7 56 1871 3 97 ! " " 13 S 4 6 4 8a 187f 4 to J 4 V, .... .. . I MM.... .... ...... 256 03 as Claimed tn the petition in such action and that said land was sold at delinquent tax sale and bid In by said cnuntv, and that sueh land has remained unred-emed and the c-rtl-OesteofMile untransfered fur the period of three years after said sale, aid still remains unredeemed and the certificate of sale un transfered ;and alt persons are hereby noti fied to appear at the District Court of said Couoty and show causeon the 20th day of March 1879, wby said land should not be sold for tbe psyrneat of such taxes. Inter est and penalties thereon. J. W. TAYLOR, County Attorney. Charged op. twa zrxx -ei - -J 5 12. t2i .Terr lenr-Jw uod3tiTetcrsrc&ik'zzec:rca.a cilirr it U rrensrlSrvKS Aj-stn !teo?:sls,!l4tlfr.ir. pricey e!rcu?sa,lB4 KcS ttrr Better rrs!a &lr& tnmm W r.-'V t. X9 ek;ex la XrrmstlMaSKt..rBml1ac0fitrwt f.r 5ew,,wi u JUewtMac. a4 sddis inial csr4.ssAuat u.. wr. X.EQAI.. Publication Notice. L, II. CHITP.CH "and others unknown. and ail persons hiving or cisimtnK an ierea. therein, will take n- tlce that the Boar or County Commissioners of the Coun ty of Leavenworth, In the slate of Kansas. liavecotumnceJ an action In the District Court or 'ald county asHlnsfthem and 10 acres of land lying la Ihe aorthwestooruerof the northwest quarter of section 19, township 8, range 21, bounded as follows, viz: Com. menclng at the northwest corner of satd sec tion, running thence south ten chains, thence east ten chains, thence north ten chains, thence west to the place of beglunlng. Ex cepting therefrom a half acre lu square form tn tbe northeast corner thereof, situated In the Couuty of Leavenworth! and State of Kansas, to subject said land to sue for the delinquent taxes. Interest and penalties thereon as follows : ExmiurA Ten acres of land lying In the northwest corner of the northwest quarter of section 19. township 8, raiige 21, bounded as follows viz: Commencing at tbe north west comer of said section, running thence south 10 chains thence east 10 chains, thence north 10 chain-, thence west to the place orbeglnnlmr, excepting a half acre In square form In the north east corner there of . tir . eV "s It 4 -i 5- 5- 5 : g! : c 3 ; c 10 21 37 91 43 25 3 50 9 62 12 67 2 Sit 6 18 8 50 2 04 1 42 45 2 8S 4 29 7 15 2 64l 2 G4 S 21 3 79 IS 5 68 3 01 3 01 1 2 71 ! K 71 3 IS' 9 IS, 2 55 189 i et, 3tr. 1 ItrMay 11, in fUl 1572 4.1 " 1S7J 41 " " ls7l 59 ept. 10, IsTo ?' i . irc ls7l 18721 ls73 IS74 1S75 1876 70' " " 1S77 Ul," ' 1378 1 ; ia; 18' i as claimed In the petition in such action ; and that said land ws sold at delinquent tax sale and bid in by said county, and that such land has remained unredeemed and the certificate of sale untransrerrid for the neriod or three Tears after said s He. and (till remains unredeemed and the certificate of sale untransferred : and all persons are here by notified to appear at tbe District Court or sum uiuniv anil snow cause on me 20th day or March, 1879, why such land should not be told for the payment or such taxes, in terest, and penalties thereon. .1. W TAYLOR, County Attorney; Publication Notice. R A. RILEY "and others unk30wn."and all persons havlnz or claiming an In terest therein, will take notice that the Board of County Commissioners of tbe Coun ty of Leavenworth, Mat" of Kansas has commenced au action In the District Court of said Countr acaln't them and tbe southeast quarter of seetlon 23, township V, mnze21. In me COUUiy Ol xjeavemvunu auu :-iaie 01 Kansas, to subject said land lo sale for the delinquent taxes. Interest and penalties thereon as louows : EXIIIIUT A Southeast , 23,9,21. -t E o- S T ill 170 14 14,150 167 S3 122 oC Z. I : :! lsfiS I0S 90 10 8 1SI,9 1x7 fO 12 " May II, ISO ' 1570 11,1871 9, 1S72 510 ra era 52 w 702 . 157iiU5l 89,15 19 75 62 12 95 1871,-12 10,11 21 I i-,0 C: 4111 24 ls72 Paid by R. A. Riley. 1673 Paid by J O Blue. 1874 56 OS! 8 40 Sept. 12, 1S75 187 52 941 7 115 ' 1876 1876-1 8.-1 9 27 " " ls77 IS 7-i 6' S 0j' " i, 1878 1873,55 29 5 5'.' CI 73 54 39 119 14 '. 47 82 S2 6,5 7i CO 81 r ni 29 31 71 V)j 11 12 Ui 7i -I 3019 47 ss claimed In the petition In such action and that said land was sold at delinquent tax sale and bid ill by said county, auuthat such land has remaloed unredeemed and th certificate of sale untrauslerred fortheperloe of three, years after said sale, and still re mains umedeemtd and the certificate of sal. untransferred : and all persons am hereto notified to appear at the District Court ol said County and show causo ou the ''Otl day or March, 1879, why such land should not be sold for the p iviiient of such taxes, lu terealand penalties thereon. J W. TAYLOR, County Attorney. Charged up. Sheriff's Sale, No- 79. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatunderantt by virtue of ajndgmeu rendered in tbe D.strlct Court in the Count ot Leaeuworth, in tlio Slate of Kansas, li an actlnn wherein Henry P. Scott Is Plain llrf, and Patrick K Meauher and others ar, Delendants, and of an execution Issued oi said Judgment, to me directed aud delivereo I will on Mouduy, the thin! day ot 51arcl A. D. 1679, at eleven o'clock A. it. of tin.! day, at the south front door of tho Cour tiouse. In the City of Leavenworth, lu tin ouuty of Leavenworth, lu llteShtfeot Kali sas, oiler at'public sale and sell to the bights niilotrfor cash in hand, ttiu following de scribed tracts of land, situate, lying aud be lug in the County of Leaenworlh, In th. Slate ot Kan-di, nnuieU' : Lots number fourteen ,t!i. and fifteen (15) In block number ninety-two 192), lu the Citj ni L-avenworth proper, aud ull that part o lot number sixteen (16). In block niimbei ninety. two (v.), which lies In Day,tMucau le "s addition to Ihe City oi Ia;aveuworth and all the Improvements on th-atmve lots. Dated tuts -Ulli day ot January, 1871. P. G. LOWE. Sheriff ot Leavenwoith County, Kuusas. L. Bakei:, Attorney for P,aintiII. horifT's Saio. No. 74. UBLIO Orn' IS HEREBY GIVFN, X That under und by virtue of a Judg ment rendered lu the District Court, iu tin County ol Leavenworth, lu the State of Kan sas. In ail action wherein Martha WU'lams Is Plalntlfi, and Louise Relchert and others ured-fendants, and of an execution issued on said Judgment, to me directed and deliv ered, 1 will ou Monday, tbe 17 h day of Feb ruary A. D. 1379, at II o'clock A. M., ot thai day.at thesoulh front doorofthe Court House, IntheCitvof Leaveuworth. in tho Count of Leaveuworth, in the Biate or Kansas, nuer at public sale and sell lo the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following descrltied tracts of land, situate lying and being in the County of Leavenworth, In the state ot Kan sas, namely: lasts numbered forty-five (ti) and forty-six (46), in block number one hundred and sev enteen (117) lu tlio western addition to the City of Leavenworth, according to there corded plat or Ihe same. Dated this 16th day ot January, 1879. P. G LOWE, Sheriff of Leavenworth County, Kansas. J. 1). Shafer. attorney for Plaintiff. SherlfTs Sale, No. 76. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That uuder and by virtue or a Judgment rendered In the District Court, lu the County ot Leavenworth, lit the Stale of Kansas, In an action wherein William Crowder Is I'latntlU, and. Henry C.Hammond and others are Defendants, and of an execution Issued on said Judgment, to me directed aud deliver ed, 1 will, on Monday, tlielTtli day of Febru ary A. D. 1879, at 11 o'clock A. X., or that day, at the south front door of the Court House, In the City ot Leaveuworth, in tbe County ot Leaveuworth In the Slate of Kansas, offer at public sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cashan hand, tho followingIescrlbed tracts ol land, situ He lylne and beimr In the Countv or Leavenworth, in the Slate of Kansas, namely: Lota numbered seventeen (17),elgbteen (IS), nineteen (19), and twenty (20), in block num ber sixteen (IB), In Lalta addition to tho City of Leavenworth. Dated this 16th day of January, 1879 P O. LOWE, Hherlffof Leavenworth C ounty, Kansas. Clougii Wheat. AUornejs for Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE No- 75. PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that un der and by virtue of a Judgment render ed In tbe District Court In the County of Lea v enworth.ln the State of Kansas, In an action wherein Catberlne 51111s, Administratrix or the estate or Lt rayette 51111s, deceased, Is Pialntlff, and Gotlleb Geiger and others are Defendants, and of an execution Issued on said Judgment, lo ma directed and delivered. I will on MoQdav tbe 17th day or February, A. D. 1379, at eleven o'clock a.m. of that day, al the south front door of the Court House, in (he City of Leav enworth, In the County of Leavenworth, In the State of Kansas, oiler at Public Sale and sell tu the highest bidder, for cash In band, the following described Tracts of land, situ ate lying and being in the Couuty ot Leav enworth. In the Stale ot Kansas namely : Lots numbered one (1) two (2) tbree (3) tour (I) and Ave (5) in block number four (1), in Clark and Rees addition to the City or Leav enworth. Dated this 16th day of January, 1879. P. G. LOWE, Sheriff of Leavenworth County, Kansas William bill attorney for plalnlin. SheritTs Sale, No 78- PUBLIC NOIICE Is HEREBY GIVEN, That under and by virtue of a Judgment rendered In the District Court in tbe Countv of Leavenworth, In the Slate of Kansas, lu an action wherein ttoxauna Shatiuck is Plaintiff, and Lizzie Spalding and others are Defendants, and of an execution Issued oo said Judgment.to me directed aud delivered. I win on jionaay, toe iniruaay oi aiarcn A. D. 137, at eleven o'clock A M. ff that day, at the sooth front door of Ibe Court House, In the City of Leavenworth, In tbe County of Leavenworth, in IheState of Kansas, offer at DU Wlc sale and sell to the hlzhesl bidder, for cash in hand, tbe following described tracts of land, situ tie. lying and being in tbe Coun ty oi iv-venwonu, il. tne state ox Kansas, namely: Lots number stxteen (16). seventeen (17) el. h teen (18) and nineteen (19). tn b ock num ber eleven (II) of Hay . suu-dl vision to the City ot Leavenworth Dated this Utth day of Janusry, 1S79. P O. L-iWE, Sheriff of Leavenworth County, Kansas. L. Baexk, Attorney for Plaintiff lalCA-V KNWORTH BAG Manufacturing Company I I 4 & I 1 6 Main Street. W. A. ROSE, Proprietor. LEAVI2r70BTH - KANSAS. Sheriffs 'Sato, No. 77: 1UBLlC NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN, That under and by virtue of a Judg ment rendered In the District Court lu the county of Leavenworth, in theSntoof Kan sas, In an action wherein Wealthy Eddy Is Plaintiff, and James Repine, Administrator of tbe estate ot Alexinder Repine, deceased and oth-rs are Defendants, acd of an eie cutlon lsued on said J ndsment , to me d trectt d and delivered. I wi.l ou Monday, the caven- teeuth day of February. A. D . 13.3. at eleven o'clock A. M., or that day, at the south trout door or the Court House in the city of Ltav enworth, in the Coanty of Leavenworth, in the state of Kansas, ntfer at publicsalo and sell to the highest, bidder, for cash in bni.d, the following described tract of land, altnat.-, lying acd being in thi County ot Leuveu wortn, in the state of Kan-as. namely : Tbe south west quarter of section seven (T, In township cinu (9), of rango twenty-two Dated this slxteentii diy of Jaanary.lSTJ. 1' G. LOWE, ShprlfTof Leavenworth County, Kansas. II. T. I.KKK.V. Attorney for Pialntlrr. H0AD NOTICE. STATE OF KANSAS 1 Le-vviwortu Cocjnv.j COUNTY CLERK'S OKKICE. ) LZAVrXWOKTll, Ks.. January 20tn, isTj ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That at n regular meeting of the Boird of County Commissioner", begun and held at tbe Court House, In the City of Leavenworth. In said County and State, on the Cth day of January, A. D. 1879, Pelt rSonuard ami other of illi.li Prairie Township, householders of said Coun ty, presented and filed a petition asking said Board of Commissioners ior tbe appointment ot Viewers to view, survey and locate u road in said Township, commencing on a point where tbe Lecompton road intersect lb west line of thesouthwest quarter of section 3, township 9, raune'-'I. thence luunlni: south between sections 3 and 4 ami the entire Hue between sections and 10 to the toutliia-t J corner of sections 'J and southwest comer of SCVUUU IU. The prayer of tbe petitioners was granted, and T. lllnes, Wm .s!iby and James Poster, were appointed Viewers, to meet at the hni.se ot Peter Sonnard, In Illch Prairio Township, ya tbe llth diy. of February. 1579, at ten o'clock a. iu.. or In case ot failure lo meet on tbe day designated then on the following day, and proceed to view said road, aud gU u to all partlesconcerned.it hearing. By order of the Board. J.W.NinilAUS. w2t County Clerk. Publication Notice. STATE OF KANSAS. I LCAVESiWOCTH COOTV.J Iii the Dhtiict Court nttiny in andf.rsiul Cbu.i ty. Sophia Camp Plalntlfi. vs. William M. Pleas, Mrs. AngelLi Pleas, Hen ry A. Russell, Johu Churchill. KniUlne Mills. John K Camp, Henry Gay Tne Board ot County Commissioners aud Ed ward Sttlllugs, Defeudauts. WILLI M M. PLEA and Mrs. Arxelia Pleas. In the Male of Missouri, will uik notice that on the 20th day of January, V D , 1379. the iiLove-nanud plaintiff, did die her petition,. u.tli? District Court silting within uud forme (ouuty of Leavenwoith, n said State of Kansas, against th" said William M. Pleas, Mrs. Arztll l Pleas, Henry A. Russell, John churcliiil, Ktnilinu Mills Johu K. Camp. Benry Gay, The Board ol 'ouuty Commissioners of i-itivenwortli County and Edward Millings, setting (orlli mat tlio said Wtillani M. Pleas aud Mrs. Ar zel'a Pirns. hiswUe, gea mortgage lo the -aid Henry liny, on lots one (,i and two v2). In block fltteen (ii) of the irlslual town ul Leavenworth to; secure the iaymeut of ,200 10 according to certain bouds referred Loinsuch mortgage, that since thu uHing of said mortgage, tlio other defendant claim ouio Interest in said tract M land, ltiat -aldiplalntltr Is the owner of one or said bouds numbered (I) und prayiug that said William M. Pleas may pay said sum now claimed by n-r, to bedue with the taxes paid, ntuouni ingto 177351, with Interest ut 12 percent from tbe 2Uth day of January 1577 and co-t-, ir that said premises may be soldtupiy the ame, and the said William M. Plena aud dts, Arxelia Pleas, are notltleu that tlieynre eiiulrcd toapixar ard unswer said ptltl"ti iu or before the 7th day or March, A D 1979. r in default of such unswer. the uistters nnd hlngs charged and staled in said ptelntlll's -etltlon willliolakeu as confesssl und a oe re entered aualnst you according lo the jrayer otsald ls-tltlole. SOPHIA CAtn. Plalntlir. By IIesp.v M. IIliui vn, her Attorney. wtl Special Master's Sale. la the Circuit Court rf ths Ciuted SU'es fur t'lt Dutrict of Kmat. Nicholas Leltzbac hComplalnant, vs. JeorgeP. Smith, MamaretC Smith, Byron C Smith aud Paul i'lsher, Defendants. 1l"BLC NOTICH IS HEREKY GIVEN. That uud,r it il hy vtrtueof u di-cree) I the Circuit Court of the United States for tieillstriu'. of Kans.15, rendered in tlieatHie utllledsull, Iwlll.on Friday, tueillli day f January, 137", at 10 o'clock A 31., ot said lay, otfer at public sale nt aur-tlou, and sell to he highest suil best bldilerf,ir ii'.sii in bar il it Hie east front door of the Court Hou-e u the City of Leavenworth, County r Leaveuworth, State and District of Kans-s Iho following descillied real estate1, land end tenemeuls, uum-ly : Apirtot thesoulfi liitfot section nine '9i. towushlptweniy-slx tJD,rane eighteen (1-) -ast. Commencing st ii HInl the center line )f said section Iwenty-rU e cbalus west of me quarter section corner on the east sldo uf the sectlou, thence south nlno and M HO chains thence nest ten chains, thence -outh fifteen chains to the heage, theme west to the west bank of the Neosho river, thence northerly along tbe west bank of said river lo a point due west of Ihe place of beginning ;lthence east to the place or beginniuir, containing seventy ucres more or less, situated In the County or Allen, State or Kansas, HIRAM P. DILLON, Sjieclal Master. S. O.TnATCTtEn, Iatwrcnce, Kansas. So toitor tor Complainant. ilec26t(t. Master's Sale. PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN, That under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree rendered in an action In the Circuit Court of the United Slates fur the olslrlctofKansa.', wherein Albert Umiies!g was Complainant, anu John Ulrich trustee, and John .Martin Ulrich and Einllle Ulrich, tilnonsand Helena Ulncb.wlleof John li rich, were Defendants, to lncdlrecied and de livered, I will, on Saturday, thu 15th diy of February, A.-D., IS79, at eleven o'clock, a.m. of thitduv, at the south front door or the ConrtHouse, In thu City of Leuvenuorlh, In the County or Leavenworth, In the statu and district ot Kansas, offer at public sale and soil lo the highest bidder, for cash liUiaml, Ihe follow lug described tract ot land, nanitij : last number ten (!0),ln block number sixty-seven (). In Leavenworth CHv tiroiwr. ir. cording to toe lecorded plat thereof, situati d i) iuk uuu ueiuK in tne county oi tauven worth. In the State of Kansas, in said district. Saldproperty will be sold as commanded by said oruer of sale, aud in pursuance uf the decree rendered lu the above entitled ac tion. HtNRYM. HERMAN, Master in tluinrerv C.F.rW. Dasolej:, Solicitor for Complain ant. Dated, January Sth, 1573. wtd Publication of Summons. In the liutritt Caiut, Ltcxtnvortli Cmntu i'jii ar. To William J. Sanborn and Mrs. dan born, wife of sold William J. Sanborn. YOU are hereby notified, that you. together X with John Freeman and Ell Klucude, iaui.u ,uui oy . il. jDrama, iu llle District Couitof Leavenworth County, Kan sas, In nn action pending In said court, where. In said W. 11 Abrams is Plaintiff, and j our seUea and said John Freeman aud EH Klu- caaearedeieuuants. 'that you must answer the petition filed In said action on or befme the 20th day ot February.A. D., 1879air your de fault will be entered and Judgment rendered against William J. Sanborn for the sum ol turee hundred and thirteen dollars (JilJ), with Interest thereon st ten per cent, per annum from May 23rd, 1571, on accoun ol a promissory note, execnted by you, Willi im J Sanborn to C P. B. Jellerys or older and duly transferred to Plaintiff. Said note bear ing dale lanuary 21st. W, also, for the sum of forty dollars wltn interest from Jlay 4th, iS77,on account of taxes paid by plaint IB. and also, for decree acalnst you barring fore closure and cutting off any and all right, ti tle, claim, lieu or equity of redemption o' yourselves aud of all said defendants in or tu the following described tract of laud, situated In Leavenworth County, state of Kansas, to wlt: The east half and tho eat half and north wast quarter of the northwest quarter, and the east half of the south weal quarter; all In the southwest fractional quarter of section nineteen (19) township ten (10), ranee twen ty one (21), containing one hundred and thirty and 55 100 (130 35-lu) acres more o. less. Said action belnt? hrnnvht In Ahfaln aafil Judgment and decree and for decree foreclos ing a certain nond or contract executed . tween said C. P. B. Jefferva and the fief-ruf. ant, William J Sanborn, at the dale of. sitd note and to secure the same upon said prem ises, ann which Is a Hen upon said premises, and assigned to Plaintiff ; also, tor an ord-r for the sale of said real estate and the appli cation or the proceeds to the payment otsuch UUgUlCUl XUU CUStS. . B- J. BOYHfiLTHAUS. Jan2wCt. Attorney for Plaintiff. DR. ALEXANDER'S "BALSAM OF HERBS," Is warranted to mrs Hmin.t wsVn. 'If ervous Debility," etc.. In various forms and stages, and to restore lwt. Power and bring back "Youthful Vigor" when destroy ed by excesses or evil practices. Young men suffering from the eCects ol evil habits will una tnis remedy a certain and speedy cure; It Is entirely vegetable and harmless to the most delicate constitution Price. Tbree Dollars, sent to any address, secure from ob servation. Address, Dr. C. Alexander. 407 North 7t b street, St. Lous, Mo. Kv A-'".. "Circular on Private Mstters, which rully delineates the nature, causes, syrup tons, means of cure, etc or Seminal WefT5.S!vKema!e Uomplalnts, Syphilis, eta, seat FREE on receipt of one stamp. declSdAw. Publication Notice. n STATE OF KANSAS. 1 X.EAVSvroirxu Colaxy,j ss- In the District Court in and for tiiil County. Ann Gormly v. E C Fltzwilllim, Admlalst.-T.trlx of the es tate of F. 1. Filzwilltnm. dece-vsed, Mary Kltzwlliium, Lizzio Fitzw-iltam. Francis ritza-illlam, Itomain Fitzwlluaui, H. c. 'itzwllliam, Israel Sheldon asdjohu t" Doiigiuss. 7a Isratl Stublon, H-ftnCant r OO MILI. CAKE NOTICE, that yon hae been sud.rltb tho ahove-namel ue.enusais, j-j. c i itzwllliam AdmlnLsira trix of the estate of K. P. Flizwllllam. deceas ed, Mary Kltzwilllam. jLlzztel Fltzwllliam, Francis Fltzwllliam, Rom.il n Fltzwllliam, E.C t'llzwllllam and Johu f. Doui;Ia!s In the District Conrt.of tho First Judicial Dis trict of the Mate of Kansas, In and for Leav enworth County, aud that tho petition waa nledlu theniflcoof thu cterts'of said court ou th 10th day of January, IS75, and you are required to answer oy demur to sued peti tion, on or bjfore the flfleeuth day of March, A. D.lSTit. and if youfallto so answer or de mur ald petition will be ttaken as true and judzmeut rendered against the defendant E. c." Htzwllllm,as the admlnlstratrlr of tho estate or F. 1. fltzwllliam deceased, for tee sum of the foilowlmr. to-wltr fho Interest at teu per cent, per annum from Dccemt?r Mth, ls;c, to jiarctt 1'lth. JS77, on jmr! and 133.3; and Interest from March 2lth. 1S77, at teu per cent, per annum, and fiS.CC :md interest at ten jer cent, per an num from DeCembcrSlth. 1$:3. und fn per cent upou ihe amount thereof at the time of rendering judunieur, as attorneys ro-s in this sni:, and for theforeclosuioofthemort-Kageevi-cutedfaud delivered to liie plalntlir by F 1. Fltzwllliam (since de-ceasred) and K. i'.Kltzllliaru defendant bearing date IX cember2l)ih,is7o,and recomed in the otaco of the Keslstcr or Deeds or the County of Leavenworth State of Kansas, oa December 3ih 175, In bock St of morticasres at psr ill, aud for the sale of the lauds describes! in said mortgage to-wit The south halt of the northwest fractional quarter ot section 19, lu townshlpS.of range .. with the tenements, heredlmenu and appertunauccs. tu tho County iof Leaven worth. Mate of Kansas lr lhi paymeut of the moreys and Interest and rees aforesaid, and costs uf suit. And that tho defendants and all per-ons claiming under tnem and either ot'ihem. be birred aad forelosed or alt rtelit, title and Interest efiatty or redemption in aud to said lands tuteser. from aud after such sflle.iami tli-it tho purchase of said lands under the Jiidnment herein bo let into th possession of the said premises, on tho exe cution of a deed therefor, pursuant to tho said . . . .. - -r; .-.. Judgment aud a sulo thereunder, with costs oisuil. i. A. IlCltD, Jan30w3t. PlalntltTs Atotrney. EOAD NOTICE. STATE Ol- KANSAS. LEAVEXWOKTH COUNTV r. COUNTV CLERK'S OFFICE. ) L1AVK.S. WORTH, KA.V.. January iOlh. 179.J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That at a reauurrueetliigof thw Board of County Commfsiuners beuu und held at the Court House, lu the City of Leavenworth, In said Couuty aud tale, ou the tilli day of January, A. 1. 1379, Olive Ualche.l.and others of Tuu gauoxin Township, householders of said County, p.esented and filed a petition asking s ,ld Board of Commissioners tor Ihe appoint ment ol Viewers to view, survey una locate a road lu said Towushlp, commencing at the centreof section 6, township II, range 21, on the east ldo or u road leading from the Blair schoolhouse north, thence running easterly on the half section line-, or so uear Ihcretoasa mad ran bo well laid out thruush the center ol section 5, township II, ranee 21, torprlnKdaIeioaa, and terminating at said Sprlngdnle ro-id ()positethe hairsecliou Hue? ot section 4, township II, rius;e2!. The prayer or the p titloners was granteil, and II. Drlesbach, Diviu Baker and Joseph Dodge were appointed Viewers, lo meet at tlio hou-e of Olive Hatchell. In Tonganuxle Tnwushlp.on the ISlh day Ot February, ls79. at ten o'clock n. in ,orlucase of failure tu meet on the day destgtnted, then the following day, and proceed tit view ss'd road, and give loull iarticscoucerned,al:ejrlng I y order of tho Hoard. J. W. NIKIIAUS. w2t County Clerk. siemcaz..: FggSGrllPTION FREE ISiirtliespeKljr Care of Semlasl tTralnrss Lust Manhood, Premature Hebilitr, eriiaatas Ilc.iii.Irnrj. Confusion of Ideas. Ctersioa ti society, llerrctlie Urniorjr. and all Disorders Uronzhton by Secret llatiltsaad Evresws. Any drn;rht lias the Ingredients Addres?. DR. JAQUES& CO.. 130 'West E.xJi S CH'CKXATI. OHIO. fe3, ftFMiiier, G'7 St. Chcrlea 8 treat, St. Louis, Mo. . ICroniO IOPnaes tb i-an? Qthrr I'm etc latft a L w ..' j, . jjc tBuw, 4siCittlrt4caUiU4r. typhi!.!, Ccncrrhea, G'e-.t, Stru'ur. Of chm, Hrris. or R j it 11 re til Urinary Diie.fi rj Syphtiitic er mercurial ;Cec'.tirj of "hrcaCtUgorb-!.1!. tn 'j'titiTtta airf -l I.IVt, J3 Utt KiMaS't priO-Ij (a. Kit- Fftrtir Spermatsrrhoa, Sexual IHbiTity i1 lnpo orcy, kj ie nsi- it Su .s .a j r-Ji. iczu tz. - taina-cT-fif.or whef ctb uti' '!l p." i cf L foslowra eff-tt: irt nmtttznu, tLm4 int: ftu ., din i. eftB't,' it mft . ,-. ' to - f? rfcrs f4(l-jf tnioaiosVKt;i fftiai iB s . 1 ai. la of wtutl powr, 4M- , mC-rizg fitlr - J'je) rCaji( ia tie . t -nt la rilnl en "OiHtHJIUnH l! f - 3 l" c C'l't Ati aU4S.aVTti4sIIf tIa.Art.Ltsia i)otli c - "als-it-sTtiiyiiT rfsswrirn tlr wlirsi 1 Ca4VraVIWHt.lV -eJjsat.14- .. tnrD r t - l aTj. 9 iv.i. toll U. i;Ujtvi AIU.1 tl PtrpMelvi9 a?y Jdi-e. fcr Imj Siir sVIAIEIOOD -1 rr'-'oc'ar IOIVIAIJHOOD SsfM-,-1 ict salxi. ill thrr a. fcr ta Ceii. 43.iheoti eiJ V.'cmj fcd in Gs-rnan. botn H;Chtr, Ilimtrjljii, 15 Cenlt. rirS5. i GUiDS. Ts. zrzt cloth ftn-I rl't bn4!nr. 9-o& Tor iXi is tc' jicc tu' iTti i a mmf rr. a r. vk -tl. rajfieiX !- ti rfl-t r tuxmcr ( vto-i-iL.rry ,ilTwafw7it;r't,i:i,7tl!:iv Ttt i jyrtjsco r RirwloiU, &! ita swt. 7tst rc"ie'lcr -Hi.icplanf KkiriaVaVkLmild rvl IU jttirurtBrnt Jcw.I sssctrntn Aetata -?! tnwUeoi.ul2Ujo.Uo4 J Um1 br tvIS 3aUterat. Vicn Ic?koct np.au till tfofreiorlcst.mttUwwriar rtotd)c Is 't n Uiercticiolraelicatl.tcr atore.taju tu t'trl jo a nftm prKtsee. oi i svsr o WlJ CT ' c&roTul icrujiU te liztt . t. lUr.ii3i4VTt.bat?.5ep'tT.?p4i t J. iIHI, tMtc( taouELt. DR. WHiYTiER, Cirst. Charles street, St. Louh, S'o. n VrrssirxatrfisaasasaasaCSasasKcas 3 R WHITTIER, 617 St. Charles Street, Tiet . all forms of Vencral Disease., Scrr.t r-i Err.iis'ons and oexual Debility, nur, c paralleN il "uccevi. No mitterwho faileil tail or wntt; pamphlet or consultation free La.-, refer lo the medical rrofcuioc in all o. . of thr CsunttT k- lvpular illustrated bookflfiopaect'l'sri Mvabijo.i1 WomaniwjodI MrriaoeI I.riK-merits to Marriage; the cause antic ire. Sent securrlij ncnlt d, povt - .tl for o cents, by Dr. C. Whitticr, .7 &L Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., ths Krcat specialist. Read his works. BOOKSL iViLLJOf, IU7iTTSTT4l A newttvt (MUfI'tOuitlto Vfsl lo. iio..a.rCa b.t tuf iVsl.J I withCrtJpron. A ctHnEK-irat Wurk anhooi. f.f ijVjbc ot trriiitf, Meru ittj in womrv Aiwur to irwZTjwt. aULaajBa4saiHaMa4fiil "ion f cn.pjTwJ, Imprdinw-ntt t M f r.sVjtr. CoDJzii diat.tr, Caocfpuon. Guttrtmeut, Fro-titu-!4nisraujsv,rriKeof fUprwlvtrtioit, Lw ofM.rrls:. Law .f IjHtoit, ; r )rjtt ol marriNl wom.ii, Dlseaies rrruiArtoVoinrn.liij r nn4 tr4m.i.:.rte..r'c A I, Tyf pritau and txa9Ulmttv r?.I ar. orSOpft. trh fuli r aret.BjTTtlEfi. trt.laU...raor&Orri., Th? Private Medtcil Adtei,,, nl.th'r rat ol lapura jidjii. ujx on th.xf..tit. if jimiV atMt tWr elta on atr Ut. rau m Vartr. l-tu.nal jDruJts.oosaNerioaf tflJljra f ol . lvwr. Hcmakinz nimij inipnfr or m iarpr jrt nstf mrntv atvl man- m.aa!t irrrtptt trtna cartel irliat d.'s'am , iim aizt. ovr CO k'. tO trvr MesftealAjstceiTrturoitjBhooS arTTcr-. nh&od. IO crbfi; Or a thr b-m kt 1. n..yeont n COO Dtzra anclavwr IOO lIlutrioarmbcxz vry ti iiH on Ihe rtierat.4 j'rta tat lo wcrZi knwb -h-ttia ln!o f irwi. or ceropletkla oce. frprlraia ampi. ha.v4rTArC-in.frrT -T eauflior itrvtr. cnuanl:. t-OD. and I.ttea are prirjVj aetwtrnl itrctcrartrrj Adlnat Dr. Buffi Dispontary. aVo. 13 A.rJ StJi t. ULaliUl limiiiia loan j,KiLiitrjmTulitn nisia., .jiss. ijLtOilijruiot.) rrB. EITT- isviua all jrtost nZtrint Tm ItUPTL'KK t na tlm t!..ir eamaQa alfrrs '- I ana Jn-TtDr Mcrt utrm tha: tly wCI ltvj arjnwliuo; to ttttlt MlTaatact It la net Traa. PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE IOR SPEEMATTOEHCEA. THE "SEMINAL PASTILLE" a t s.MrUja?3.rx inl aVw ItrpjarTuia in !! fal St.tk., an .ntirtl. A'tar amavM.fttiT.ijtCst- .Te Kffrsray iT thf vtr atl rjsrrm-r4Mtt Cure ct 8433 inal Zmiaaloca t Impvlmxityy b Vmttoly tMiuntisiisisii vniti n way. tix: uimF -2 A?mIi4?aHoTi tritSS ffJis, triJfMtof tJ. l,f r by Abor;tten.aidwiT- veg iaipcii.e raJ TiriTi6emiiui Vtcle 41c- uitory JJucta, irtralo Uivnd aad XJrttttzm. Tt .m Mtt KrrvUfi fZtr .d wuhno earner U-ruttyrnnrntr. It ia fjaifklT di4,4,7.l avl tom tSsoriVrl, prvtnriz l3naeljjU.le jtLiix -l nataf .civ rltztn upon the mx uai ard fKrroua or,t xation vrfkrsj frAtu ?'-aba a ar-tj rzcwaju-. t4ttlnx tia drain Irt-m Ih n.sttn. rrsior. Incl .amlndtoaJti anjoixnd nmcry, rfmovm tl.f D nmiasofSiShr. tltrronn Dehty. Cos rust en o' l4'9.AVT-0n tSiciety, lct4acUtaitpr-.r. of prmtur Otd ate ii-tialiT arroroaiTinr th.t tro, asUnurliiptfn. Sexual Vlgcr.wliert itha b-fi domarr tjr4rar. Xh niosie of trtuuBX aaa iCoo4 ta.t-ttii try rrtT9 caaM, atvl U to a proPoB4d affti. DTCtTs. bj t-io Bmuz! prtr r,tl in tiit trtratMt, ant. i ws-.j can bear its to. .Ui but i.tt it aisjr Brpiaifit tn&. Tbereia iuN' Bwb4 atit thia Trrrara us. Prart cal i4ria,l.3 tl tu to po ttvtly aruaraa tee tbat i; will iiTtaaiisfaVt oa. Dunng tie etxlit -artiat it haabiiia ((mcral , me Itavv tsV4stal of t-wtit-ti!a a Uit vain, and It ia mw (ontsri. fl tjr tl.e MeXeal IJrof',.Ori to be tha not ration al irana jtt dlatcoTcrrd ot Tiarlipx d tvnoz t-ila wry pm alrat trooL-e fiat is well known to be the raaMOturot imjrytoao manr, and epon wrm quack pry wiC rla4firujtft noatrurra and big feea.Tbv lltmniy I pat n in a fifat box, maz to at : a month, and acnr i a p..if wMpper by noa.1 at-ad f-r f3- Two boxe. inSlnmttr tTrTtaprTmaDei.ttttre .- in terere raara. fa Tirr box! lafttfij lbr? fall rotfca wul irnp ww'wwt av1 rroWT'ror.In thewor-teajKw 7 Full DiaECnOaS"- lcrntinsrwtllxviViBpftriy uitu tui. rcr (I tM ior a J4f4Tif-iTe rampiiet nmo A-ronxux Ilsaitrioaa.wia.wvnviBxUoinovtrvpjjaal l ni: fey nn t rwfora ta pemcr mannooi. t.a Sedforthedatirawf EIp. aama aa U nerer aJJreted. . Sext f rad for itatrrp 1 ny oae. Sold 02SXY by th' HARRIS RErilEDYCO.MrGXHEMISTS Mar&e! and 8lh. St. ST. LOUIS, VO The Grand Centrl Hotel. NewYork.po esses all tb requlremenu In size, style, lo cation and appointments of the modern first class hoteLana keeps its reputation as a mod- kCIW Tr- w-Jx I el house eodistT 1 "W"KS"W