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ftaErrncui a Sroxr. St. Loois.
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BOXIPHAN COtJITV BIRBCTOBT.
Judge 2d Judicial District P. I. HnouBn.
. County Otumlssloncrs-Joii L. Hull, Uzxbt Sum.
asheritr SixniL MaqriLXxs.
Treasurer ICobekt Tkxct.
County Clerk ClIlELEa UarrKLTE.
District Clerk FaakK Buowx.
sjonnty Attorney Jott Holt.
Vrdbate Judre Jonx C Gowox.
Register of Deed IlfXCAY MclSTOsH.
School Superintendent D. W. Baowx.
Coroner L. T. IIoiXAXlt.
Surveyor llun Wllsox.
I. O. O. P.
irnrrE cloud iidge. Xo. . i. o. of
O K merts St Odd Fellows' HsIL second
tory ofYsn Buslirk's Building. Maui Street. every Sat
urday evrawig. at 8 o'clock, llnitbrrs in good standing are
cordially invited to visit the Lodge.
II. IL IIIXES. 3f. G.
WlLLIxa FaluLL, B. B.
IIIGIILAXD LODGE, Xo. 67, L O. O. F meets every
Sstnrdsr night, in the room over livers a. Close's Dnrg
Store, Highland Ban.. S. F. AMSBCItT, X. G.
A. F. & A. M.
WHITE CLOUD LODGE. Xo.78. A. F. 4. A.
SL. meeU st their HalL third story of Weeks'
Balldine. on the Levee, on Wednrsdsy nigbt, on or before
the Full Moon, in each lnuntb, anil every two weeks there-
B. IL WILLIAMS, W. M.
C W. SlIBXVX, Sec'y.
G. A. B.
1M1 eTesniee Post. Xo. 23. Grand Annr of the
i Rctmblir- meets on the first Tuesdstr evening of
eacn munin, at toe uny nail, w uite noun.
It. M. 1VILLIAM.S, Post Commsndrr.
Atchison and ITebrasLa Railway.
Time TaUt .Vo.fl, tahng eject June Uh, 1472.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUXDAYS
MaS'-lEz. Hula Jr. FretgU.
Sterling, 713a.m. 6 13a.m.
TeenmM-h. COO - 7 00 -
Tsbleltock, ngJO " oaiO "
dSU - de-JS '
FsIU City, 10.35 ' II 15 "
Itnlo. 11-23 " 113 a.m. 12.15 p.m.
White Clood, 12) m. oS-W " a 1 20 "
dCX d 2.00
Iowa Point. J2.l3p.rn. GJS 2.20 "
lllgliUnd Station, 1137 - 7-20 3.00 "
ionlnc. 12.15 - 7.30 " 3.15 "
Troy Junction, 1 10 " 7.53 3.40 "
Ilrenner, 1JB " 85 M 4 10 "
Dontphan, 142 M 9-00 ' (IS "
Atchison, i0op. 925 " 55 "
Atchison, 11.30 s. m. 4J0p. m. eJOa-m.
Doniphan, 11 4S " 4JS " 900 "
Brrnnrr, 1205 p.m. 3-25 J5 "
Troy Junction, 12:15 - 5.10 " J5 "
Fanning. 12.40 - 6 15 " 10-40 "
Highland Station, 1253 " 6J0 " 10-53 "
Iowa Point. 1.15 " 7 00 11 JO
White Cloud, a I JO ' a 7a) " I1J5
dlJ5 " d7 " dl2J0p.m.
T.nlo, 2J0 " rO " IJ0 "
Falls City, 3 00 " 2:10
Table Ki-k, 4J3 " 4 45 "
Trcumseh, 5-JO " 6 00 "
SterUng. 6.15 " 6J0
Msil Trains connect st BnloY with stsge for Rulo; at
Table Kock. with stsge for Pawnee City i and at Tecunntrh,
with stages fur Beatrice and trains of Midland Pacific K. It.
for Lincoln at Xurserr 1II1L
Dmtnv Stotieiu. KliU Cloud and TaUe Roek. ,
Msil Trsln South connects st Atrhlsun with trains for St.
Louis and Kansss Citv. upon each stile of the river, at 2-20
P. M.i and IL i. it. train for Chicago, at 320 P. M.: slo
connects st Tror Junction with Mail on bt Jo. a. D. C K.
B, reaching SL Joseph at 200 P. M.
Mall Train Xorth connects at Atchison with trains from
St, Louis am! Chicago, and closely at Ttoy Junction with
trains from St. Jn. fur Hiawatha, Seneca, Marysx ille. Fair
bnr. Meriiin. and beyomL
1.HIO ccommonauou aonin, connects si i roy . uncunn
with trains from the West for St. Joseph, and will connect
at Atchison with trains forTopeka sn
Buto Accommodation Xorth. will connect at Atchison
with trains from Topeka, and at Troy Junction with train
from St. Jo. giiing west.
Freight Trains have way car attached, for the aceommo.
dation of local travel.
F. IL FIRTH, SupL and Chief Engineer.
We are not on time with our Issne this week. Mov.
ing and having most of the matter to re-set, has thrown ns
several days, behind. In a short time we wUl be aU right
Tllltaa. We wish to return thanks to the gentlemen
who volunteered, on Saturday afternoon, and lifted our
presses sad other heavy material np into our office. We
were not here, and do not know aU the names, or we
would mske mention of them severally. But we have an
idea that they did some hesvy polling.
We are under obligations to Robert Tracy, Frank
Tracy, and Jamea Berille, old ex type-slingrrs, for assist
log us in getting out this Issne of the Chief, and fixing up
about the office. Sam. Johnson also rendered valuable ser.
vice in putting things in shspe, Sam la bandy with tools.
A SxcrxzR SKisxEn. On the Fourth, an enterprising
gentlemsn by the name of Barrett, was on our streets, sell
ing prue packages, the capital prize being a five dollar bin.
Whrn the prize came out, it proved to be a note on a bank
that had no existence. The Sheriff was around, and nstu.
raUy reached for the fellow, on the charge of counterfeit
Ing. or gambling, or swindling, or snytbing else they coald
-make stick against him, and introduced him to Esquire
Hampson. The prisoner had been in this fix before, and
undertook to plead his own caw. lie knew all the points
f law bearing on the matter, and is ssld to have quoted
law in a manner that would have done credit to an old
practitioner. Bnt the Sqnlre couldn't see it, and assessed
him for some fifty or sixty dollsrs. The man hsdn t over
aVrty dollars, and sojourned that night InJaiL The next
day he pawned his revolver and watch for the arrearages,
and departed for St. Joe, to raise the funds to square up.
From there, he wrote the Sheriff that he could raise the
money, snd requested blm to send the traps to hiss C O.
D. But the traps were not sent C O.D, and the money
lias not yet come. That wss another of his games on which
he fsiled, as weU aa on Ms bogus money andhislawpoints.
This Doniphan County Is a hard old hole for strangrra ta
turn an honest penny in.
Boixn or Eyriunnox. The County IWnl finished np
Its equalization business, last week. There was not much
change under the assessments, except that a few persons
Tetj. Jnvited to appear and explain why their personal
property was so meagre. We learn that there was consid
erable fallingoffln the valuation from last year, in nearly,
if not all. the Townships, espedjuTy in persnnsl property.
TVolf River, we believe, holds her own, or shows an in
crease the other Townships have all dwindled. It looks
badly for theCoonty; but the falling off does not mean
that the County la growing poorer, but that people are fast
learning the trick of pliylng off on the Assessor.
We met Rev. Geo. W. Wood, the other day, for the
first time in four yean, ne has improved in appearance
so ranch since we last saw him, that we did not recognize
htm nntn be Jogged oar memory. He haa been In the min
istry for sevr-ral years, has married, and la popular wher
ever be goes. Be Is now. stationed at Severance, in the
neighborhood of his old borne,
. A heaey han-atorm passed over the country. In the
region of Fanning and IHghland Station, ahortly before
daylight, on Monday morning. The stonea were large and
numerous, bnt the shower did not last long enough to da
serious damsge. The oats was considerably blown and
n. P. Saxton. one of our most thrifty farmera. wbo
resides three miles south-east of Troy, on the Geary City
road, hss 500 bearing peach trees. His crop Is estimated
at 2000 bushels. That talks like we have a fruit country
in this locality.
Promenade IIoop Skirts, with bustle attached, can
be found st the Dry Goods Kmportnmit' M.B. Fish Co.
The latest style, and decidedly pretty.
CapL Laeoek. of Hiawatha, called on us, Tuesday
afternoon, and spent a few minute In " He also pre
sented na with Greeley's card.
Shepherd Is stmonthe war path. Those owing aim
snsettledaccouak, wffl take warning.
TaMt fBlMTaT TT.
The Celc.rallai a KtagxUacrat
In accordance with pinluus amnrments, the sth anal.
Ternary of American Independence was duly celebrated in
this City, on last Thursday, npoa a scale highly creditable
U the people of the whole County. Thedsy was a delight
ful one, and the thoosaadate attendance, fuDy enjoyed and
appreciated It. The rarioa eozsmlttees had acted harmo
niously, ana had worked with an earnestness and zeal, to
the end thai everything should be dine in order, and the
success of the celebration, la Its every particnlar, speaks
for them in Lbs most nattering and complimentary terms.
A Xational Saints of 37 guns, by SUon's Battery, at S a.
at, accompanied by the ringing of bells, ushered in tin day;
and it will be aa excusable dlgresskm, tossy there la a
history connected with that Battery, which st some future
day wUl be the source of aa interesting article to many of
the "Old Guard."
By 10 'clock, the Court House square, and the principal
streets, were a moving zonae of humanity old teen, old
omen, ditto young ones, of every age, shade, style, dress,
taste and complexion an Bed with "Hail Colombia," aad
"Yankee Doodle!" Patriotic, and happy.
The vast audience assembled at the arbor at 10) o'clock,
when, after music by the Troy Silver Band, the aTsrshsl.
CoL F. M. Tracy, called the meeting to order,,and introduc
ed the rrreldent of the Day, CoL Cyrus Lelsnd, Sr. The
Troy Glee Club sang "The Star Spangled Banner," In a
manner highly praiseworthy to the dob. after which prayer
was offered by the Chaplsln, Ber.C L. Shacklcford, of
The audience again having been entertained with music
from the Silver Band, the reader, D. M. Johnston, Esq, of
Troy, was Introduced, wbo discharged the duties assigned
him, in a manner seldom equaled, and rarely excelled.
But space forbids a report In drtsiL The orators of the
day, were CoL John Doniphan, of St Joseph: Mr. Berry,
of Atchison; and Mr. Webb, of. Troy; all of whom are
speakers of note, and gentlemen of fine ability, and their
addresses, each and all, received nnirerssl compliments
Ills but Just to remark that during the exercise at the
arbor, music was fnrnUhed by the Troy Silver Band, Mr.
Xewton's SlringBand, and the Troy Glee Club; and we
hare seldom had occasion to hear more flattering mention
made of the music famished on a similar occasion, than
was bestowed upon the different musician at vur recent
celebration. But few towns In ths State, the site of Troy,
ran boast of a Silver Band such as we have. It is an insti
tution worthy of support and encouragemenL The String
Band of our friend Xewton, la fast becoming a fixed fact.
and has already been the means of furnishing "gladness
and Joy" to very many of the fun loving, as well as to many
of the social entertainments of the City and the County.
Long may it ware.
To the members of the Glee Club, we say. all bail ! .Su
have done your part well, and it is to lie hoped that you
may never "Give up the Ship," but Increase your num
bers, organize your forces, snd when the long Winter nights
sre upon us, come before the Trojans, and yon wUl be
greeted with a rousing reception.
An adjournment was then had, and one of those good,
old fsshiocwd basket plc-nic dinners was enjoyed. A thou
sand baskets weU filled would not tell the tsle. The four
thousand were amply supplied, msny of them "jammed"
full to the tops of their "capacity,,, and yet a great suffi
ciency for a supper, and much to take to the houses fur
future use, as a fanner's "free lunch."
But the fun is jet to nport. CalttJiumpiaiu t Did you
see tbenif If so, we have no doubt your risibles were seri
ously affected. "Lauh and grow phat," is sppUcable in
the premises. It was tin exereiet of thedsy. Oldmenlay
down, rolled over, and laughed. Very old matrons, from
the deepest recesses of their hearts smiled. The City and
country "Jakes" whoopee-ed. The whole audience roared,
and a stampede for the latter end of the outfit ensued,
thereby funning a very extensive kite-tail to the parade.
It gave new life to the fun of the day, and no doubt ma
ny wiU remember it a half century la the future. The
young men wbo managed the getting up of the affair, did
weU. There was no room for Improvement, and no need
of further comment or criticism. Come again, Callthum
plans, and keep coming. You have Immortalized your
selves ; and to that end, and that your friends msy know
each and all of yon on future occasions, we publish your
names in fuU :
eoll of ciuronmaxs.
CaptalnSalanlcua, form the Last Ditch.
Orderly. Red Heart. t
Peter Funk, from Pucker Brush.
Gum Elastic Jaws.
Johannes Butter Boagh.
Jscob Gssh Blaster.
John Peter Mikle Adam Snyder.
Mrs. Horace Greeley, (colored.)
Old Broad Head. ' '
Joscphus Orange Blossom,
Sosp-Suds Over the Fence.
Peter Muckwin Shorting Hammer,
Professor Hofcr Gofer, Tambourtnlst.
There yon are, stand np 1
The fsntastic parade concluded the exrrcisea of the day.
The evening exercises opened with a baUoon ascension;
and then came the most extensive and magnificent display
of fire-works ever witnessed in the County. The prepara
tions were ample, and the committee are justly entitled to
To conclude, about CO couples repaired to Wright's new
UsU, where they tripped the "light fantastic toe" until
the small hours of the night had gone. Xewton 'a String
Band furnished the music ; snd a supper was served at the
"Higby House," gotten up in sumptuous style, as aU such
suppers are, when given by "Uncle Charley" and his very
estimable lady. All In all, the celebration was a hnge suc
cess. Xo difficulties ; no fights ; the people sll quiet, sober, and
orderly. The police officers of the City and the County, an
did their dnty fnUy, and the people were all well pleased.
The obserrsnees of the day were In advance, perpaps, of
all other former celebrations in the County, and aa such,
the people of Troy hare cause to be proud.
VTe notice, throngbout tbe County, that tbe farmers
are harreting their barley, and in many places, tbeir
Spring wheat. "We bear of a few pieces of Winter wheat
hrre and there through the County mime of which will
yield conxidcrably OTer half a crop, and tbe graina large
and well filled. Barley has turned out finely, and Spring
wheat promises a heary yield. Oats la also rery heavy.
Corn, although qmte late in getting In, basin many cases
almost caught np to what it should hare been, had it been
planted in time. The line rains, the aaily part of the
week, were Jost tbe thing for corn.
ItEMT. Six car loads of hemp were shipped from Troy
Junction, on last Saturday. It waa purchased by CoL
Mann, of Mannrtlle. mostly from the Norwegian turners
west of here, at 15 per ton. "We are told the whole
amounted to nrer 11,800. The hemp waa mostly grown on
the high praJrita, and apcaka Tolumes for the richness of
- A couple of men hare been ranging this Connty.ma
foot, within a few days past, in search of a thief who stole
a couple of horses and several watches, opposite Itnlo, Xe
braska, Friday night. The thief is supposed to be James
McGinnU, who waa In our jail last Spring, and had his tri
al at the March term of the Court, oa the charge of fitrging
an order In tbe name of the late J. A. Tate.,of Doniphan.
A Postmaster ia this County reeelred, from some
Kastern establishment, a flaming handbill of some G reeley
catch penny concern, with the request printed at the top,
"Please stick this np." HV added two words to the line,
and seut the bills luck. What those two words were, is a
conundrum, bnt if Greeley is elected, that Postmaster
loses his seal.
Henry Clay Jphnsea nested recently for bonnw
ing a team and trying to get awaj with It the other day
applied to the Sheriff, and oeggrd him to put him InJaiL
The Sheriff refused, and the unfortunate man haa been
lodged In the County Poor I.on la not thla ft Tiolation
of the law against Infilctisg uatunal and exceaaire punish
ment! Boot axd Shoes. We would direct attention to tli
card of Peterson 4t daman, manufacturer of Boot and
Shoes. Their work bears high reputation whererer
known, sad the Tclersoa Boot" I known ererywhere
through this part of the country." If you want good, hon
est work, that looks wen and wear well, glr them a call.
Goruit SCALra-We learn thst there ha been paid, out
of the County Treasury, tltl 60 a premium on gopher
scalps, from April 1st to Jnlj- 1st; l,Mf the little pests
having been Ulled. We hope that our Mead and contrib
utor, -Th Boiling Gfpher," ha escaped the general
If yon wsat anything in the way of a wagon, or hare
anythatneed repairmg,iitroniaeagod boss mechanic
BVe Henry Rants, who can fit you out, and warrant sstia
faetion. His card. In this paper, wmteU you where to nod
Th Atchison Chmpion ssts: Ja this city, on
Wednesday evening. July m, by BeV. B. QaatL. Mr.Ssm
nelA. McCombrr was married to Mis Wanle South, both
of Trey, Doniphan County, Kansas.
Farmers, remember that -a peaay saved I a peony
earned " therefore, goto Slx-pherd'a Drag Store far any
thing yon need ta hi line.
Fifteen diuerent styles ofCoBars earn kef sand at
the store ofV.R.rtsh-. Co. CerUiary.aBcstabepleased.
Flour of an kinds sold by WOssa Jaorehesl, t
To best cigar tfepbeTw far frreceart,
Ths fallowing is a list of transfers el real estate inlhia
Coaly, since the 1st of Jaly, that hart been Med for terxad:
ME. Wilson snd MaryE. Wilson to Henry Wilson;
warrantee; 60screaofweat half south west quarter section
Edward Herring and win to Tanas B. Herring; war.
raatee ; south-cart quarter of north-east quarter aactkaSS,
township t, range SO 40 acrea, 1301,
iSobart McSpsrren and wife toXaney Stewart; quit
claim; part east half north-east quarter section 34. town
ships, range 32; tSO.
O.K. Lwisaad wills to Jaeab Jones; quit datm; lot
la. 11, 1. black 115, Erwood , fa.
JotaStra4beratoMnryE.mcG!nty: warrantee; 4 acrea
In south-west quarter section 32, township 3, tang 2S;
Jamea B. Mayaard aad wife to Heary Steele ; quit claim;
3i acrea oa wast side f north-east quarter section 3, tows
ship 3, rang 11 1 tlM.
Edwin B. Floyd to Tboma W. aad Joseph Langdoa;
warrantee; X acre of north-east quarter aeetka 10, town
ship 5, range H: 1390.
E. X. Bartlrttand wifato Sylvester Bonesteel; warran
tee; north half of west half north-west quarter section 21,
townships, rsngel 40 acres; t300.
L. Meimburg and wife to John Bamsel; warrantee.- lot
, block, Wathena; 300.
A.E. Gnberand wlfeto Jacob Bamsel; warrantee; lot
ft, block U, Xorth -Wathena ; HIS.
Xorway Town Company to Abram Bennett ; warrantee ;
lot 37, block IS, and west half of lot 38, block It, fast Xor
Andrew J. Hedrick and wife to Michael Gallagher ; war.
rantee; 12 acrea in south west quarter of southeast quar.
ter section 21, township 2, range 20 ; 1400.
south-west quarter of norta-east quarter section 19, town
ship 3, range Si W acres; 12,800. . '.
Corair AieisaitzxT. From the County Clerk's office, we
get the foUowing statistics of the assessment of real and
personal property In this County;
Beal Eitae. FersonaL Aggregate.
Iowa Township, 1362,162 $169,142 1730,304
Wolf Blver 516,118 152,107 671,015
Cintre " 3CL350 103,463 470.413
Wayne ' 343,139 103,783 446.779
BnrrOsk " 13e.Se9 24,362 110,331
Washington" 236.131 101,327 373,447
Marion " 99,516 31,466 120,9(3
SLjoe J.DcuerR.lL, 116,560
A. . X. B. E. 118.40s
Wathena i. Doniphan B. B. 47,230
Decrease since last assessment, 1100,342
Beal Estate, Personal. Aggrrgsre.
Iowa Township 586.96 2e,7S7 875,743
Wolf River " 498,838 132.729 631,507
Centre " 331,010 117.609 469,818
Wayne " 345.007 134.827 479,831
Burr Oak " 134.473 28.542 163.067
Washington" 27.27 103,927 396,199
Msrion " 97,888 30,225 123,113
SL Joed. Denver B.E. 116,360
A. X. B. B. 109,550
latrresliag M Farasers.
The citizens of the County, wbo propose planting orch
ards, will find it to their advsntage to give their pstronage
to K. Soyder, of the Prairie Nurseries, at Highland, who 1
keeps, perhaps, the largest stock In the State, and can far
nish them at as low rates as the ssme class of trees can be
purchased at front any of the leading Xurseries of the coun
try. Mr. S. has had a long experience In the buiiness, in
this County, and hss a thorough knowledge of aU the varU
etlea adapted to thie climate Parties wbo deal with him.
may be assured that aU orders wiU befiUedwithtbe variety
wanted. He keeps everything to be found In a first-class
Xursery, and solicits tbe patronage of the pubUc Apply
to the proprietor,
E. SXYDEB, Highland Kansas,
Or to C G. Budges, Troy, July 11-tf.
A good thing happened, the other day; and as we
are not disposed to keep our readers In blissful ignorance
of any thing of Interest, we have to say that we dropped
into the extensive Harness and Saddle Shop of W. M.
Mann, where we found "Billy" in his usual merry mood,
and busily engaged in "marking down" prices, for cash.
He has the most extensive establishment in the County,
consisting. In part, of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
Whips, Fly Xets, Screens, etc, etc, and with a peculiar
wink, he informed ua he would sell or eoiA, cheaper than
any other man In X'orthern Kansas. Mann Is a first-class
workman, a bally fellow, and if you want to find out
whether he tells the truth about prices, giro him a call, at
his shop, one door north of C. G. Bridges' Boot and Shoe
On the 4th, when the "Catithuniptans made their
appearance, our Sheriff got a thump that be couldn't
aqueexe any laugh out of. A woman eat down oo top of
his head, and crushed him to earth, aa truth Is sometime
served. In other words, the revolving swing, in front of
the Court House door, waa in operation, and as he ran out
with the crowd, one of the cars, containing a woman, came
down on hla head with full force, increasing his bump of
veneration to an enormous size. lie says that the butt of
a sheep is nothing compared to a woman sitting down on
the top of a fellow's head.
Gtuxr Cluk. Troy ought to organize a Grant Club.
With her great preponderance of Grant men. she oaght to
be as wide awake an other towns in Kansas. The Greeleys
are making all the noise. Each one keeps up as much fuss
as twenty men, thjs making strangers believe they amount
to something in numbers. Let the Grant and Wilson men
goto work, and show these fellows that big mouths and
white ping hats don't count worth a cent on the election
Giunc aD Stock. Capt Elijah Fleming is the only per
son about Troy who deals exclusively In grain and live
stack, and is always in the market, paying tbe highest pri
ces. In cash, lie takes small quantities, as well aa large,
thus oftrring inducements to any and all producers. At
present; he buys only such stock aa Is ready for shipment ;
bnt he contemplates ahortly erecting a grain warehouse,
and buying all stock that offers. See his card.
BotE.t BumiEioWThis, we believe. Is tbe only Banking
firm in Doniphan County; and It is an Institution which
the town could not well dispense with. They'do everything
in the way of a general banking business, and our people
need not go away to deposit their funds, make their loans,
or buy their exchange. Boilers are prepared to do all that,
and are known by all the old and new citizens to be relia
ble. See their card.
Doxn-HiS ConrrT Tut. The Annual Fair of the Doni
phan County Agricultural, Horticultural and Mechanical
Association, will be held on the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th
days of September. Tbe Directors are getting np an at
tractlre Premium List, and will strire to make this year's
Fair surpass any one heretofore held. Tbey will put forth
tbeir Premium List in ample time.
Called. We bare been favored with calls, this week,
from a number of the old citizens of this rlcinlty, among
whom we may mention Darid Lee, for some years one of
onr County Commissioner s Bobert Xeeland, the popular
Trustee of Centre Township j and Samuel TT. "VTade, of Sr.
Francis, Brown County, one of tbe oldest nd promptest
pstron of the Chief,
Tbe Leap Tear and Calico Ball at Wright' Han.
Wednesday night, waa Tery largely attended, aad those
who were present sre bragging oi the splendid time they
had. The lady manarrnsbowed that they were fnlly.com.
petrnt to get op and cany through a Ural-class BalL They
will accept our thanks for a disk of "goodies" sent np to
Sau-nnn, It ! hardly necessary to call attention to
Shepherd! advertisement you can't help arcing IL He
baa the finest store, tbe heaviest stock, and does tbe larg
est drug business In tbe Xortbertbern Tier, nis motto Is
"push." and be carries out his motto. Customer attend
ed to at all times, day or night,
Troy has the chsmplon Iriek-layer. The other day,
B. F. Callaway, in one day, on Border's new building, kid
nine thousand brick, wall measurement, or eight thousand
kiln count. It was a favorable piece of wall to lay brick
on; yet we do not believe It can be beaten by any other
man, and let him pkk biawsH.
Tcot LaO. T. The officers elected for Troy City
lodge, Xo. S8, L a a F, lor the present term, are: Abram
JeSx X. C. - Xathan Price, V. O. - Leonard Smith. B. & ;
Daniel Barak, Treasurer ; X K. Stout, Eepresentatire to
.There la mora borse-stealing new going oh through,
out the country, than for some year past. A great portion
of it la done in Iowa and Missouri. Scarcely a day puses,
bnt the Sheriff of thla County receive notice) to watch for
The voice of son-ecus earn floating In on the breete,
the other night, aad these were the word It uttered: "I
am high Jack." According ta that, he mnst be about lx
teea hands Ugh. Sixteen hands are considered tolerably
high far a Jack.
Mrs. Burkhart, who was shot and killed iaCslifor-
abvafew anoathaaawe. by a paramour, formerly resided
at Iowa Point, la this County.
A party of Trojan went dowa oa Independence,
but Saturday, determined oa baring flab. Besult, aU tbey
could eat, aad 109 pouada to bring home.
The onlyd-Beuhywe nave with oar otoe is, our
bands want ta charge a nUleag whenever tbey bare oe
caaioa to walk from re cad U tb other.
------Co see the aew style .f Hsta sad Cap a M. B.
Fish Co.', asata-west corner of PabBe Square.
awsahera has oa hand aamber ss "caOdrea's ear-
1 which be wffl efl cheap.
CaHaw WBsaa s VsnahsasraQsksClskasag.
We print below, a Hat of name of penots who have
County warrant awaMag their order la tha Clerk's office.
These warrant are of various amounts, aad for various
a entices.. Many of these pereoaa do not know or bar for
gettea tier I anything dae them from the County. Wa
give tit list, that those tstereated amy not be led lata sell
ing their accounts far Utile or nothing, under the belief that
there la but little prospect of fettag them, IT may re
mark, that the Uw provide thai when warrant are not
called for within three years atW being issued, it become
Ua duty of lb CotCTty Commissioners to order them can
caned, and tb accounts an Uaaeetorward lost to ta own
er - and a ntimDex of ta warrant in uu list have about
completed their three jmr, sad an liaU to be cancelled
at any time, Wba th risxa of rrcsi occur tsor than
one la Um Bst, It Indicate that than an a many warrant
a repetition afaimr We presume that thi list wm en
able many person to aara enough money to pay tor tb
Yelney Abbey, Peter Alien, Henry Abrama, M. Abram,
F. Bibcock, George Botts, Jams Barks, Joseph Blatt,
Heary Bums, Wm. Brown, Daniel Boatman, G. IL Becler,
J. P. Bitner. A. H. Bsyless, Jamea Butler.
Bernard Carter. J. M. Carter. The. ChCton, T.L. Chil
ton, Posey W. Cox, Ole Clemetsea, Lraader Carland, Jams
Carr, Wm. Collina, Patrick Coreoraa wiii Cummins,
D. M. Comebos, George Corner. John Campbell, H. Calvert,
Cbaa. Campbell, George Culver.
Wm. Dramm, C J. Drary, Wm. Davis, Jonn Darby, El
len Dannel, S. Davis, Dennis Downing, E. S. Davis, Henry
Baker Featon, Thos. ritxhugh, Hazael Frick, T. H.
Franklin, X. T. Ford. Jamea F. Fonnan, B. X. Forbes, Ed.
Fitzgrrsld, a W. Fenno, Mkbael Foley, Lucas Fetter,
EUJsh Flemmlng, Hazael Frick, Thos. H. Franklin, H. C.
Fulahansra, Thoa. Franklin, John Flanders, X.T. Fonl,
Stephen G. Fish, Matilda Francis, Wm. Forbes, Wm. Flinn.
Joel Gordon, Peter Groh, Israel Graves, Mllford Gilmore,
W. J. Gray, Wm- Gohlsmith.
a IL Hammond, Wm. Henderson. Thos. Hatcher,
Wm. Hamner, John HoTcrson, Wm. Hunbaagh, D. Hanby,
Caleb Hill, Wm. HargU, Xlrholas Holmes, Marcos Heger
man, Caleb UQ1, G. W. Henderson, A. Hammond, H. &
Howard, J. E. Hudglns, Wm. Hartman, Thos. Hunter, J.
P. Hendrickson, Samuel Holme, G. W. Henderson.
C John, James Jones, Sarah Jones, B. F. Johnson, Sarah
Ann Jones, Patsry Jones, Jamea Jones.
Abner Kent, John M. Kenyon, Jacob Kout, Wm. Klrby,
Sandy Lewis, Albert Lawson, Wm. Law, Wm. Lancaster,
J. L. Lelchenbergrr, John Lltmorr, Peter LIble, J. T. Lane,
Wm. Law, Wm. Lancaster.
Wm, MuUIns, A. Montgomery, Chas. Miner, Robert M.
Marritt, Bobelt Montgomery, Joseph MUler, George Moon,
II. Mjers, George Mock, P. McYelgh, George Msthrny,
Z.M. Mason, Henry Mjers, Andrew Morris, Adam Mnn
dy, Wm. IL Martin, Wm. Morris, Che. H. MUler, M. S.
Mauck, John Meidlnger.
Daniel Xorman, Carl Xelson, Lyman Xash, & F. Xisbct,
G. M. Xormstt.
John B. Ott, John O Dim, Wilson Ogan.
George Pipes, E. G. Pugsley, PhUlips k. Smsllaood,
Jsmrs Payne, Martin Powell, Samuel ilotner.
James Reynold, Jamea Rawlins. Wm. J. Seed. James
Bamsen, John Bhue, David Bittcnhouse, W. D. Bippey,
J. G. Stewart, M. Staecklrr, Joseph Srhlelzbaum, Henry
Swisher, John Studenmyre, Samuel Springer, J. W. Strick
land, Cyrus Saxton, It. J, Shooyo, J. H. Snyder, Spencer, Sear
lee, J. S. Springer, Porter Sanborn. Augustus Schwope, IL C.
Stewart, P. Shay, Jame H. Shumate, Peter Scott, Leonard
Stillman, Frank Shields, a Shonya, Robert P.Shulsky,
Thos. C. Stewart. '
James Tate, Melissa Tuttle, J. Turner, AUeu Turner,
John Titman, Taylor, (vltncss In Hartman case.)
John E. TJtt.
J. a Wheeler, Chas. Witherop, Alfred Wilson, Chaa. Wil
son, Henry Wheeler, Peter Writmlcr, John Wickam, Lucln
da Witherop, S. IL White, Peter Wilson, John Woods,
Jscob Workman, Charles West, B. J. Wells, E. S. Wills,
Mine Whltsou, George Wheeler.
Jane Yorkman, Dr. Yaryan.
Xxw Book qx Xormilax Kixaia. We received a can,
on Tuesday, from Mr. Richardson, of the firm of Shaw a,
Bichardson, who are prepatlng the material and receiving
subscriptions fur a Manual of Xorthcrn Kansas. Itaobjcct
and character can be best learned from their prospectus.
from which we quote:
Giving a enteral ilmcrijttion of &U, dlmat. Grain and
ruit Uruwinzand Stock JUUIas ad antacert, tU Railroad
intrrvflt and rommaulcatioiia. A particnlar description of
the different Conntira of Ihmlnhsn. Atchison. Brown. Mar
shall. Washington, Republic. Jewell, Cloud, Ottoisa, .Smith
aad Mitchell with their Population. Towns, Watered and
Timbered Districts; the Inducements offered by each to
intending Settlers. Colonies, Ac, their proximltv and Hues
of communcation with Commercial Centres and Markets.
It will be a general guide to immigrants of how? when,
and br what means to reach the best porttiw thereof; also.
a brief sketch of the terms offered bv the different land
companies, toga-ther with a ynopU of tbe Homestead and
si vt the Ststc
Tbe obfwt of the work Is to Indare Innntgrstlnn : Cnnnrr
officials and citizen are requested to aid as-far aa ia tbeir
power In airing correct iiifunastUin to tbe PaMisbrrs,
who win rail la a lew dars to sulk-it nartlcalsrs, psiruaag
and subscriptions forth, work. '
As it is work drrnted exrlnslrrlr to the Interests of
Xorthcrn Kansas, and will bare an extended eireulstion
amonj Its ritixrns. It anunls one of the best sdrrrtising
mediums offered to the business men of tbe different towns
in the named Conntie. Outside of the State it will be Kir
en a large circulation throughout tbe Xortb, Xortheast and
East, eirine Land Areata a medium, for trrneral and spe.
cial adrertisins. excelling anything heretofore published.
i-IIiW & KicimkMOX, Publishers,
SL Joseph, Mo.
J. T. Haxrww. In this Issue will be found the card of
J. F. Hampson, Justice of the Peace. Mr. Hsmpscra is one
of the oldest citizens and truest men in Doniphan county,
lie Is thoroughly posted In the lsw, and in all matters per
taining to his affice, 'and is prompt and correct In all his
business. All persons having business ln'his line, that they
wish to be attended to correctly, can secure that object by
calling on Hampson.
Among our new adrertisementa, will be found the
law card of X. B. Wood, popularly known aa "Boney Wood."
He has lately had a rush of business, some of tbe case be
ing pretty tough and knotty in fact, about hopeless. But
be hss Uken strategic turn In all of them, and saved his
client's money. Entrust your legal busbies to "Boney,"
and if it ia "in the papers," he will bring you out all right.
Closixo Oct at Coex Messrs. Lrsaght and Barrett are
closing out their entire stock of goods, and arc offering them
for cost, Persons wishing cheap Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, lists and Caps, sYc, cannot find a better
opportunity. See adrertlaement.
We acknowledge tbe receipt, from tbe officers of
Kansas State Agricultural Society, of a complimentary
ticket to the State Fair, to be held at Topeka, from tbe ICth
to tbe SOtb or September.
If you want a watch or dock repaired, or to buy
good time-piece, or any kind of Jewely; warranted to be all
right, you can find out just the place yon want, by reading
tbe card of L. D. Stocking,
We bear It noised (round that a good, enterprising
batcher is badlr needed In Troy. Some are complaining
that they have not bad a beefstesk ia a week.
They say there la place somewhere In this neigh-
bothood, where thee charge IU0 for their drink 1
While Cloasl Itraas.
LO.O. F. The officer of Whit Cloud Lodge, Xo.8,
were installed on Saturday night last The following are
the principal officers for the present term i S.X.Perry,X.
G.; Wm. FslrslL V. G., Grcrge W. Pike, B. S.; J. V.
Uonebaugh, P. S.J J. F. Mauck. Treasurer) H. F. Macy,
Bepmentatlve to the Grand Lodge.
A row took place near the Depot, on tbe evening of
the 4th. A squad of Greeley surrssmded a member of tbe
Grand Army, snd one of them baa tend blm for a wrestle.
Grand Army flopped np the heels efhis opponent three sr
four time In succession, when the whole crowd turned la
to dean him out A white and a colored recruit came to
the aid of theG. A. K. The colored one gave one of the
assailants a blizzard, which peeled off the side of hi face
and the white recruit gare another assailant a sledge-hsm-mer
blow, which laid him out as cold aa a wedge. It took
some minutes to restore the fellow to life. The final result
was, that the City Treasury waa somewhat replenished.
The Postmaster at "The Cloud" I rather gvlng for
contraband matter that baa been habitually smuggled
through the mails fur some time past. This fraudulent
mall matter is almost Invariably of tbe Greeley stripe, be
ing G reeley badge and other matter placed Inside of news
papers, to aroid extra postage. Tb postmaster require
letter rates of postage from the recipient, or reports tb
sender to brad-quarters.
The excellent Steam Ferry Boat at White Cloud
will shortly go to St Loui far overhaaling, repairs, and in
spectioB. During her absence, Capt Blsckiston's boat of
St Joseph, wul ran at White dead, the beat crossing on
the river, above St Joseph.
Dr. Tbomss a Shirve has beeaappoia ted Treasurer
of School District Xo. 43, and H. W. Shaw Treasurer of
the City of White Clood, which position were vacated by
tbe sUcoodlag of the editor of thai coacera.
Our friend Gordoa, ep at White Cloud, informs ns
that he Is firing tbe prtliminarlss for b second annual
Call aad ace Spiced Shad aad Prepsred Cocoanat at
WaTtXALO.O.F The omccr af Paseaii Lodge. Xo.
M, at Wathena, forth present term, an i B.Xapp,X.
Gl J-B. Mitchell, V. O. ;H-Fry. B.S.: A. T.Cook, P. S-!
J.T.Knopp,Tres. Sepreseatativs la Grand Lsdge, not
!H wslbensataer.arta.rjaty, Oars Liver,
ahoy abaat twelve years aid, had na way ab.
of a lWTtalrsr.
arevotrsr, km was Buying vuan,
slssftsWwms a was discharged, tb
kMbsaa aamteambssrr. aUsacal
cesssanssaaa. aad a cajafal anusttgn
wbem of taa bamls f t
ball paastax una
assistance waa a sbm
tteaftIkeweBB4 aaaa.Wt wWaa iNamwi
Ins aillni isj af las illrtwi aM bs
iw ay.i.1 a
last mcmbU tae key ana M. ta a onWosl
la ths buyitgofgsods, assat psoas who wish li prosper,
study economy in their pnrehsses ; sad it Is a tralh. thst
the item of Boot aad Shoes I no smsR one, in the families
of both rich and poor. To red ace the expense of that tern.
It become necessary to boy when the best and greatest
quantity of good can be found, for ths least money j aad
that place I at aa rrctasisso Boot aad Shoe store.
C G. Bridge, of Troy, keep tb only Boot aad Shoe
store In the dry. and has aa excellent variety of U goods
In that line. He baa thetana, aad also common, but al
ways recommends food goods. He proposes keeping the
largMt stock la Xorthsra Kana,adtolliagthem tocsiA
haycraas term that they can sustain him In trade, and buy
cheaper than at St. Jttaephor Atchison. It wUl pay farm,
era of the whole County to Inqoinof their famnie. In re
lation to tb amabcraf pairs ss boot aad ih us. tba size
aad numbers, and giro Mr. B. a can. Xlbrral discount
wUl be mad on Urge bOta, aad cash buyers. Recollect
this article, and when yon cosae to Trey, Inquire for tb
Boot and Shoe ton of C. G. Bridge, which yon wm find
near rth-wet corner cfPablie Sqaara, one door north of
Shepherd' Drug Store. Jalyllw.
Ixsxxx jutd Idiotic Paranoia. It appear, from tbe enu
meration just taken, that then an seven insane or idiotic
person in this County, not la asylum. The following is
Jamea Xeel, Iowa Township.
Lydia Hickman, Wolf River.
Xorman Broadsword, Burr-Oak, (Idiot)
Jimes Jacks, Burr-Oak.
Xicholaa Jacks, Burr-Oak.
Robert Ewlng, Marion.
Ellen Conley, Centre.
Tnx Pixc Tun Mix. We received a can, last week.
from Mr. S. C. Beach, of the lumber establishment of Wa
terman i- Bernard, St Joseph, Everybody in X'orthern
Kansa knows Mr. Beach, and the firm with which be Is
associated. The an the largest lumber dealera in the Mis
souri Vslley, snd snpply the great bulk of tbe pine lumber
consumed In Xorthcrn Kanss and Southern Xebraska.
They an active men and liberal dealers, and an always
looking sftir the interests of the public. Their advertise
ment win bo found elsewhere in thla paper.
Grotkbie is. Pnovisioxs. Troy has one store that is
confined exclusively to Groceries and Pnrlskm ; In such
an estsbllshment. the customer can expect to find a great
er variety and better selection of goods than when other
classes of goods an kept in connection. E.Csse, the pro
prietor of this bouse, is determined to make it first-class
in every respect, and to make It profitable for the pubUc to
patronize him. He has a card in this paper.
Arc Miuxs. The enterprising Wathena Druggist,
Aug. MUlrr. appears in a card in thla weeka' Chief, He
went to Wathena, a few yean ago, with but a limited
capital, bnt hss worked bis way into popularity and a suo
cessfiiUtradr, and has one of the best business house in
that Uwn. It Is because be keeps a gotsl stock, lets the
people know it, and gives tbcm good bargains when they
cslL Let those who trade at Wathena, nut forget to drop
in at Ang. Miller's.
Wilbox A Motxmuu. In this paper will be found the
advertisement of Wilson A Morrhcad, who located here
the past Spring, having previously been doing business at
Severance. They keep a fine stock and a complete variety
of goods; and, notwithstanding their short acquaintance
here, they have built up a handsome trade, which Is con
stantly Increasing. They are good men, keep the best
goods, and are liberal dealers. Go and see them.
O'Drlscou. A Gray. The card of this law firm will be
found In our paper. Everybody In Doniphan county knows
Barney O DriscolL He haa been here from the beginning,
and has been generally successful aa a lawyer. Mr. Gray
la a young man In the profession, but gives promise of tak
ing a leading position at the bar. Remember them, when
you think of going to law, or hare any legal matter to
When the bogus gift distributor, who was arrested
on the 4th, was released from Jail, Judge Price permitted
him to sleep in his office, having in view tbe Bible saying,
that men may entertain angels unawares. The fellow, next
morning, lugged off one of tbe most valuable law reports In
the office, and swapped It off for his breakfast. The Judge
thinks that If he entertained an angel, he is still unaware
Lumbeil In building up a town, an Idea has long pre
vailed that one of the moot necessary items is lumber.
This Is the way Clement Pope looks at it snd la prepared
to supply the wanta of town and country with pine lumber
of all kinds and dimensions, chesper than tbe consumer
can ship it from the wholesale points. His advertisement
appears this week.
The Oik Leaf The genuine Charter Oak Stores have
an oak leaf on the side doors, and are stamped with the
name of " Giles F. Filley, St Louis."
When buying one of them, therefore, look out for these
proofs of genuineness, nd reject all that do not hare them.
It Is hardly necessary to do more than call attention
to the professional card of Dr. J. B. Wheeler. HU reputa
tion, both as a physician and surgeon, i ao weU and widely
established, and be has been In tbe County so many years;
that an endorsement by um would be superfluous.
THE MTRl'CGM? tF 12.
an aad Caadidate ftbe Praeul Po
f tt Chamberlain, late of the Chicago Tntmne. VTe are
glad to aee that a work of thla klod U being prepared thus
early in the season of the approaching campaign, to enable
the reading and Toting iwrtion of onr ritiitma" to get a con
leneil hlfltorr of the political career of those wko are nom
Inated aa our national ruler. Mr. Chamberiaia, tbe au
thor, Is a staunch Republican and firm supporter ol the
present administration. lie la well known in the North
west, and no doubt his name attached to this work will
give ft a large sale. One great feature of this book Is Its
Illustrations, which hare been drawn, at great expense, by
the celebrated .Artist Stephens, of New York, and are
original. Some of the best hits of the times can be seen by
buying tnls book. It win be sold by Agenta only. "We
feel Justified in saying that this book will do a good work In
the right direction.
"HOW TO GO EAST.
By the Ksiibi CItj. fft. Jaweph aatl Barllaa;.
Tliough last not least, ia an adage as true as It Is old,
and Its truth is again exemplified by the completion of the
Xew line to the East, Ha Creston and Burlington, which,
tbmtgli the hut, may be called tbe bnt route In the West.
The line consists of the Kansas City. Saint Joseph and
Council Bluffs E. K-, with two daily trains from Kansas
City, through Learenworth, Atchison and St. Joseph, to the
Missouri State line, there connecting with the Burlington
Route, which leads direct to Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianap
olis, Logansport and Columbus through cars are being run
to all these points.
This Lite is well built, thoroughly equipped with every
modern improvement. Including Pnllman'a Sleeping and
Dining Cars, and nowhere else can the passenger so com
pletely depend on a speedy, safe and comfortable Journey.
Tbe Burlington Route haa admirably answered tbe query.
"How tgo East, by the publication of an interesting and
truthfnllncument, containing a valuable and correct Map,
which can be obtained free of charge, by addressing Gene
eral Passenger Agent B. St M. R. R. B-, Burlington, Iowa.
Wsr la Eaalrrate:
"We answer, go to Southwest Missouri, because the At
Ualle V PacIMc Ballraaal Ca., offer 1,300,000
Acn of Land to actual settlers, at low price on long cred
it, besides furnishing free transports.. orer their road to
parchasera ; thla road extends from St. Loois, throogh Mla
mri to Ylnlta, Indian Territory, U bofta awilnJ r--Wlj.
to iu destination, the Partae Cosst; wUl be one of tbe
trunk lines ofthe country, Merer klachssleal by aaiamr
tbe landa along the road are In a rich fertile country, as
productive aa any In tbe State ; the climate c--mbinee all
tbe advantages of northern and soathem latitudes: good
climate, soil, health, water, timber, grazing, fruits and
flowers. Invite yon to go to this region. For further Infor
mation addirsA, A. TUCK Land Com'r, 323 Walnut Street,
St. Louis, Mo. ap.ejL
ZJT tlrJen and Field Sm-gs at MUbvurg c Lea's. Atch
IsontKas. Agricaltural Implementa of all kinds, at Marbourg t
Brown's, Union. Alexander and Climax Corn Planters, at
Marbourg V Lea's.
Fresh Seeda of all kinds, at Marbourg st Lea'a.
Marbourg fc Lea are prepared to acroeomodate everybody
In their line, both In time and price.
WssLers and Clothes Wriogers of aU kinds, st Marbourg
. Lea'a. febeo.
The afar alaaaa Mtmtiii for weakness of the
tomachlaadoseof Bom Bitter. They ara archarged
with Faaet OH, a deadly element, which I rendered more
aetinby the parent sstrlnrents with which It I can
nined. If roar stomach Is weak, orjaar lirer or bowel
disordered, tone, strenrltiea snd reralaU them with
Vmoaa Brnin, s par Ttcnaau Stosuooc Cotuc
rmniDirtKUT, free from aleoaol, aad capable sinfo
siaj new Titality lata year exaiacted aad disordered sys
riXLS bean tbe sJ(aatar af JXEMISG BSOaV. Pitts
bargh. Pa, and tielrprirateC.a.8tassp. Ci-Taiea.
other." Tbe market U foil of battatioaa. It lstaspopalar
Bitter or Cordials r oMlfed. STentaaBy. U reswt tsMc
LAyrS LIVER PILLS tor rsramai at reliet aptet.
HaxasacK Gcim laterestlag work, naiarasraseagra
Tisra.tMpsce. rrlcajtetaxa. AddraasC. Batta'Das-
nessssry.UX.rth Bsbtb Street, St. IsiaakJa.
Maa.'WmTcoaia'aSrixrTi. graat'ilitlTiK reassay.
Price oalyxScewt. GlsatnataslsW isker aad asasth
U the child. 8slt.Irswl.ts 5ea AluHliiiait ,
WML M. SHEP
Hear South v.rt Corner Public Square,'
SIGN OP "BED FRONT," . .,
Drugs, Books. Stationery. Perfumery,
Oils. Paints, Putty, Brushes,
TVENXOW GLASS, XYE ferJ?lTI!,17S,
Pom fines anfl Liprs for Metaal Purposes.
Also,- a Largo Assortment of
WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES.
Goods Sold for Cash Only.
July II, IrtS-ly. .
M. R. PISH & CO.,
soimi WEST COK.KR or PUBUC Sqi'ARt;
The DoJy Eiclnsively Dry Goofc and (Mil House in Soilisii Ccity,
Keep on hnnil, at all times, a full assort mint of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
3iroTiorirs, hlTS, ojfs,
A TaCJ. G-eXrtS' TTH-i -rti InTil-ng Qoods,
Which Ihry Bell at price that defy comi ctitiun. The latest t les of
LiKliess' 13i-essH Goods arid Gents' Clothing'
Can aln aj 8 be obtained at their store. They Uf COIXTRV TKODUCE, at the market price, in
exchange for (' ids.
Fall and Winter Clothing Made to Order.
Call and see them, before purchasing; ami reineniber the placet
jojrii.i87s-iy. s. W. Corner of Public Square.-
J. C. 'WATEBMAX.
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, DOORS,
Sash, and Building Material of All Hinds,
-A.t the Isoweist Cash Pricess
Office and Yard, South Fourth Street,
ST. JOSEPH, 3IO.
July 11, isre-iy.
Lime, Hair, Cement, Plaster Paris,
The Finest Assortment of Buil.ling Material in the City, at the LoueM Cash Prices.
YARD AI OFaVICI. XT
July II, ISTS-Iy.
In Three Konths.
A cent can make the abore amount selling the Greatest
Cook ot tbe Age, The
The Issnes ahd Candidate of the present Political Cam
paign, cnniaining inogrspnicsi BKeicnen oi iu me vinut
dates fur President and Ytce-PrcIdcnt.
HISTORY AND PLATFORMS
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Complaint In Attachment. ItaintHs'deaaand sixteen 1
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