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made strictly hi advance: efcerwlae, tbo rata of Bper year
Till be char-ed, t tlio dlecretleB of the PnbHabrr.
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For or other leajth of time. 1 accordance with the
- 'almre rate, which apply only to retain adrerUaing.
Bosh-roe tarda: ei i Unea er lav. tS a year.
For Legal and tnuuirnt adriTUsementa, II per square
for the first insertion, and SO cents per square for each aab
Special Xotleca trill be charsed 50 percent extra; and
editorial adrertlaeinesta and personal ccanmuntcatlvua,
Eight Unea of eolid XonnareQ male one sn.nare. An
fractionaof half a aquare and orertare counted aa a fun
AdTertiermente requirlnz to be certified to, will be
charsed the coat of ccrtifyU. in addition to the regular
Traiuient adrertiacinenta most be paid for inrarlabljr in
C9-JOD -WOEK ..fall kinds done on abort notice. aa
low aa the time, will admit. All Job Work mini be paid
for when taken from the oCice.
& M. rETTESGILL t CO, 37 Fark Bow,
CEOROKF. EOWFIXACtt, 40 Tark Kow. are our only
( antborized Adrcrtiains Amenta in Kew Tork.
nium.ui nivia, fli. mwi.
Coos, Col3 a Co, Chkazn.
exiPRAX cccivtv niBEtrronv.
-JodseSil Jadirtal Uiatrirt P,I lluajiaan. r
Cnnntr OaimiMiunera Joilx L-Iiuua, llursr Steeix,
"Sheriff SnlL alaQCTLKEX. j,
Treaanrer lU)mT TnartT
Conaty Clerk ClURlzs CinuiL
Ihjtrlcl (Irrt Fuavk tunn.
Connty Attorney Joex. Holt.
Arobate Jndce Joilx C. GOKlox.
&eciterof Deed Dcxcax Mclvroait.
School Sopenntrndent IX VT. Doowv
Coroner L. T. IloMjUtu.
SBrreyor nuu Vrurec.
. SOCIETY DIIilZCTOllY.
L 0. O.-F.
vnimr T rt"T T rtTV? V v. T n f
o. y, nieeta at Odd Venowa- JIall, aeeona
atory efVan Bnakirk'a Ilnililln Uain Mrert. errrrSat
vruar errninc at 8 o'clock. Bnitbera in good atandin? are
cordially invited to viait the Lrjdjr. :
s. jr. rEunr, x, c.
niGHLAND LODGE. Xo.C7, L O. a F, meeUerrry
Satnnlar nljl.t. In the room orcr Mrrrn A CInee Horg
Store, Ifithland Kanaaa. S. F. AMSDUKT, K. G.
W. Tiutvrrr, It. S.
A -A- F. & A. M.
X5f" -WniTEjCIjOUIl LODGE. 3ro.7e. A. F. A A.
r M, nicrU at their UaD, third atnry of WerVa"
ainildine. i the Lcee,on Wedneaiuiy nisht, onrrlx-fore
the Fullsloun. in each month, and every two wrekn tltere
aJter. K. iL WILLIAMS, W. M.
C TV. Sheky, Sec'y.
G. A. K.
Tbil. Kearnev Foat. Xo. a Grand Army of the
Rmublie. meeia on the first Tueaday ereuin: of
each month, at the City nail White Clrad.
K. SL WILLIAMh, Port Commander.
Air bloom od4 ?iebrmUn Ilailiray.
liwa TaUa 3T. 9, taking efut June SO, 1377.
DAILY, EXCE1T SCXDATS
t. indJx. Stilt Ac Fmght.
Sterling. 7 15 a. m. C 13 a. m.
Tamimieli. MO - 7 00 "
Table Itock. aeJO 810 -
" d313 OT8.33 "
FallaClty, 10 J5 - II 13 -
Kulo. 11-25 4 43 a.m. Ii.l3p.rn.
White Cloud, liOO m. O3.40 " 1J "
dCJO d 2 00
Iowa Point. 12.13 p.m. CJ3 - S.20 "
Highland bUtion, 12J7 - 7-J0 3 00 "
Jaunint 12-43 " 7.30 - X15 '
TroyJonition. 110 - 7.35 - 3.40 "
Brenner, 11 " 8JQ " 4 10 "
Doniphan. 142 - 9 " 4 43
Atchlaon, SM " 9 25 " SJ25 -
Atchlnon, 11 JO a. m. 4.30 p. m. fi0a.ra.
Voiilphan, 1143 " 455- 900"
Brenner. 12.03 p.m. 5.25 - 9J3 "
Troy Junction, 11S " 5-40 " 9.53
Fanning. 12:40 " -.15 " 1010 "
Highland Station, 12J3 " 6J0 " loja -
Iowa l'oint, 115 7-00 " 1IJ0
White Cloud, a I JO o7d " olIJS "
rflJ3 " dTSO - fl2J0p.m.
T.oln, 2J0 ' 8.45 " 1J0 "
FallCitv, 3 00 " 2:10 "
Table K-k, 4J5 ' 4 43 -
Tecnmarh, 5J0 COO
hurling. CIS - CJ0 '
Mail Traina rennrct at EoloT with atage fiir Iliiln; at
Table Hock, with atage fur Pawner Citrrand at Tecum h.
i.l . . r , ...T i. t r fri.n 1 i, .! i, t.
Willi maj:ra lur Aieaince aaii inuu ui juuuwi & ihiud a., t.
for Lincoui at Xunwrr IlilL .
Ihntng JSlation. Whte Cloud and Table liort.
Mail Train South ronntxtnat Atrhion with traina for St.
Ioiiitaud KaUKaCit, itlx-neach aide of therivir. at 2.20
P. M : and R A M train for Chi-ign, at 3 20 P. M ; abn
ronnecta at Tmr Junction with Mail on M. Jo. A D. C 1C
It, reaching St Joeejdi at i V. M.
Slail Train North ronnecta at Alcliiaon with trains from
St. Iymiv and Chicago, and cbwrlr at Troy Junction with
trains fmm M Jo. fiT Hiawatha, Srneca, MaryMille, lair
bun. Mrmlian. and lieyond
Xtna Accommodation Sonth. eonnecta at Troy .Tnnction
ilh tralim fn m the Went fr M. JoHeith. and will connect
at Atrhbum with trains for Topeka and Waterx die.
llnlo Accommodation North, wi',1 connect at Atchison
with traina frm Topeka, and at Troy Junction with train
frotuSt- Jo. eoine Keat.
Freight Traina hai o way ear attached, for the accommo-
dulal ot local trareL
F. K. FIKTH, Snpt. and Chief Engineer.
The ExrEBTArsMixT. Tb Gooil Tcnuilara' entertain,
anent, at tb tVhfttl nouae. cat la&t Friday evening, waa
cinite largely aftraAed. and the proceedings paaed off wrlL
The following fa abrMfaranpabwif the programme:
Flntwaaawaic, -C44 Water," ly the Clmir, rxrented
In their usual tine at yie
XeitcanseaAdrmnw liythe Eer. Mr. Shacklrford and
Mr. Webb, cm the eiibvt of Teagpcrance. The addresses
acere abort, U.4 apeakera briag unw4L
TfeeaiHissFoK read aclrct pieces "Jephtha'anaatlitcr
aMa"32A3dMj2Ucz-Ws vUiJialu: acmtled herself with
After this rame lhe Teadinge-l the 'Iladgt,,, a paper
containing original contrihmiona and selections, by wera
Vrra of tin aodcty. Zae readln-. was by Miss Hart, and
was done In good style.
The entertalDmerit closed with a nng by the Choir, and
Gczslkt ClVO. The mectm raj Wrdneeday evening,
tewijaaitea Greeley dob, wasallendnl by about thirty
lwraons, some of whom wereErpuVuean lookers-on. They
had been circulating a paper for several days, and had se
ejnred fifty fire slgnatnrcs, Inclnding those who algneil the
pledge at the meeting. Ont of that number, there were
just two who Had heretofore been working Itepublicana.
There were a few others who bad sometimes voted the Re
publieaa ticket, and aometimea twt, aa the streak came
ver them bot barely two who had. been ennaiderrd. relia
lile working Bepnblieana. Centre Township la good for
not leaa than 200 majority for Grant, with a fair prospect of
"Uxvcs Color.' We eent to a paper dealer for a small
lot eC paper, requesting bia very best, aa a aaraple for fu
ture orders, and be sent tbe "track." oo which this issue
Is printed. After shipping, he wrote va that he bad sent,
through mistake, paper that had been made jut after a
rain, and waa "under color." Bnt be didn't tell na to re
lorn It. at bia own expense, and be would fora ard wbat we
had adud asst paid for. If the reader wishee to know
About bow paper "ituder eob" look, this Issue la a
sample, tt will last but several weeks, and hereafter we
hall order from dcalera who do not send paper that is "un
AcEtcCLTnut. STinrnca. We this week publish the
agricultural atatlstlca of Doniphan County, for I?71, aa re.
turned by (he asaeaaora. This part of the work seems to
have been aa loosely dose aa the aaaeaameat of taxable
property, aa very many disrrepanciea are observable in
thetlgnrea. To fire a alngle illustration: Iowa andWidf
Kiver Townshlpa report very nearly tbe aama number of
acrea of corn, while Wolf Biver reporta about three tlmea
aa many bushela of corn aa Iowa. One acre of Wolf Hirer
on anrely doea not produce three timea aa much aa one
acre In Iowa.
- Morgan Lee died at his residence In this Township,
Tueaday morning, after a long Illness, of something of the
siature of dyspepsia. He waa buried to-day. In the ceme
tery near the Junction, with the beantif ul ritea of tbe Ma
onie fraternity. Mr. Lee waa about 35 years ot age. and
waaaaon ofDavid Lee. one of tbe oldest cltlxtnaof the
County, formerly County Commissioner.
j aarsstal rTertice.
Dr. TiC-lfewton,leatfheo8iceof Dra. LaSno and ISee
der, over M. B. Flak k. Ca.'a store, and wEtt be pleased to
aee all who may desire to aoasolt a oetrUaC
Troy, July lfth.1872.
If job want to aara money, buy your Boots aad
Shoes from Bridges, He deals exclusively in Boots and
Shoes, baa tbe latest atjlea, and tbe greatest variety, all of
which be eeua at Bottom prices, for cash.
- Ed. Fioerkey, of Doniphan, favored na with acaU.
on. Monday, ne reporta new grain already coming la, and
thinks the supply of Barley wm be eepeciaUy large; bnt
prices of grain eonUnue low.
The Greeleya of Wathena undertook to forat a Crab,
en Tuesday night. They met in a bar room, and number
ed jut eight persons. Doe you'd better -git oufa that
Xo. acrea Wheat, .,
Wo. bushela of Wheat, ....
Bushela lire, ..
Acrea Barley, .... .......
Acrea Corn, ..............
Boahela Corn,... .".....
Acrea Buckwheat, ........
Acrea Sorghum, ........
Acme Hemp, .........
Pounds Hemp, ,
Poonda Wool .'
Oallona Grape Win.
Mnlea oyer montha tld, . .
Iowa Townahip reporta 373 pomda of Tobacco; and
Motx WaBUXTs. There are In the County ClerVa of.
fiee, warrants fur the following persons, awaiting their
ordera. Tbe warrants in thia list have all been Issued
since the 10th of January :
George Bjlnl, Wm, BronUoo, W. W. Bullock, W. J.
BayDc, Ji V. Brackenbnry, Henry ButUa.
Wm. Comer, John Cummins, Cuaa. CimpbeH.
George Dittaunore, Job Dntton, Daniel Detrick, E. T".
John Gmmley, Joshna Gordon, L. . Gonlon.
John Hays, Sarah E. Uawley, Cbas. Hardy, John Daya,
Josciih TJill, L. T. Holland, Cbaa. Higby.
A. H. Eemlall, E. o'Kiefcr, Elizabeth Kew, JoLn Kirby,
Tboa Kirby, Kansas State Insane As lam.
Joseph KcCrum. James McClelland, Tctcr Miller, Abel
McEntosb. Peter Miller, tticliard Min, I'eter Miller. T.
J. McCreary. E. L. Morse, John MegmHy, Jamea F, Mar
tin, Wm. Mann, Piter Ifillcr, K. V. MoUjUaud.
G. W. OverIau.br. - f-
A. retry. Seal ritenoa.
David Baa la,
Frank Sjiroul, Silaa Stone, A. Selectman, John Svlcct-
inn, Godfrey Scholta.
A. J. Walton. J. S. WelU, Mariam Whoolar, Cbaa. IL,
Wilson, L. F. Wright. Wm. Winkler. Woolworth A Colt,
ncavr Bl-sixi IX Tum. During tbe past year, a very
heavy business baa ben done at White Cloud. In the arti
cle of railroad ties. The following figures show pretty
nearly tbe nunibtr that have been furnished by parties at
ti..f t.1:,r ami oioktlr ent In the xidnitr. ocaAMac
ko hat o furnished to the Denver awl tbe Atchisouand So
braska roada, (mostly to the former.) abuut 100,000 ties.
John II. Ctt has furnished to thellenvcrroad "30,000, and
to the AtchiMin and i braska road 27 000. J.S. bpringer
has furnished abuut 30,000 Several other parties bare
furnished small amounts. Tbe sum total is fully 00,000
ties, or enough to tie about eighty milea of road. The av.
edge price received for the ties "waa C cents, amounting to
the handsome sum of 1123,000. The amount paid fur cut
ting and hauling tbe ties, averaged about 20 cents per tie
aggregating (10 dbo paid out to laboring men. In addition
to the ties, John IL Utt furnished to the roada 14.000 worth
of heavy hewed timber, for mud sills for bridging. Over
1130 000 for one branch of CTuiness, and nearly (50,000 paid
out to laboring men, in a year, la a rrttty good business
fur one town.
Monday Mchewl Iirari.n.
On S-itnrday. July 27 th, 1572, the Sunday Schools of Don
ij.lian County, and all who would enjoy the occasion, are in.
vited to p-irticipate in a pic nic excursion on the Atchison
and Xeuraska Railroad, to the grounds or that Company,
near Falls City, Kebraska. Singing, speaking and music
will enlh en the occasion. The Hob. S. C. Pomeruy will be
in attendance, and address the children. Members of the
School under 12 jearsef age, free; from 12 to 15, 25 cents ;
adults, 75 cints ; anilcliildrin in t members of the Sihoola,
35 cents, fur the round trip. The train will leave the June
tinn at 8J0; Highland, 9, Iowa Point, 9.20; and White
Cloud, 9 45, a. m. A good band will be in attrccanre.
Tickets can be bad at the Test OlSce, la Troy, fur this
AcclKEXTK. Just now, a great many accidents are oc
curring in this vicinity.
X. K. Stout, a fiw days ago, had bis foot severely injur,
ed by a reiplng machine, and has been confined to bia
A young man named McDanicl, living on Kock Creek,
theothtr da split bis foot open with an nxe. The gash
extended from the toes to n here the f.iot is joined to the
The earlypart of this week, a young man In this vicinity,
whose name we did not learn, bad his thumb cut ofl.
On Tncsday, a young Norwegian, named Peter Christian.
sen, livingnear JCorwaj Statiuu, wnslicked bya mule,
and a bad gash cut in his check, just below the eye.
Buccal News reached here, the other day. that the ab.
sconding Brink bad been overhauled at Ottawa, and was
being brought back to Tror. His ronte hail been by way
of Platte City, to Kansaa City, thence in the direction of
Southern Kansas. Tbe cavalcade is momentarily expected
to make Its grand entree into town.
When the biter re's bit,
Tbe bite It is bitter;
And when Brink tried to Bit,
He was hrnnght back a Hitter.
We learn that they are talUngnf a joint atnek com
pany to et.tAbli-.h a new paper at bite Cl-nnL T k r
no doubt it seem dull to be without a paper enperlaily to
thosa who did not take the paper, when there was one
tor re. They argue that a few hundrcl Uolbra to bny the
press and types will bo all thititnecetwary, and that car
rjing on the piper will W Ju-t the raier.t thing In the
worbL This Marting newpaent ! a little lito some one
remarked of trnairLige it Is fun to germarried, but b 11 to
Pocket rooK Lrwx A man nameilJWm. Owsley, end
pitting to tlie Solomon Valley, lost hi pocket-book outof
his wagon, tbii morning, en the TlUwatlii mad, ame
whero wllhlnthrre miles if Troy; It contained some si
or seTrn d. llar. but was all the money be ha'L Tbe pocket-book
aIo crntaiurd a not ewhich had Urn paid by Ows
ley, 'mt was not cancelled. Any pcn-m foiling It, N re
quetvtctl to Irire It at the Chxtf office, and will be welcome
to enough cf it fir to pay him for his tronWe.
ItwrLttt TTape. Thli week, ilessra. Kowll &. "Wade,
of the City Drug Store, re presented to the readers of the
Ctt. through their large adrrrtlscn-eiit. They bare a
nneror-sn, willatocked with tho bet goods -in their line,
and are selling at filr prices; ant, luring expcrnrc ia
the business, can doubtless giro entire -atUfartlVin to all
who may f jyor tbnn with thLlr 1 atrviwge. Read tbrir ad
An impression his somehow U-mrae prevalent
throughout tbe country, that Oliver Davis saw mill, below
Iowa Point, has Ireen taken In br the river. This has been
a great injury to Mr. Davis business, as persons who
would otherwise go there for lumber, are prevented, from
so doing. The river did threaten tbe rolll pretty strongly,
bnt the danger is now over, and the mill Is a sound as e -
er, turning out lnraber dally, and can snpply all demands.
A. Bc.x-.KTT , Sox. Farmers out the Denver Pboad,
will be glad to leirn that A. Bennett fcSons, at Norwsy
Station, still continue In the grain business, and will pay
cash for all kinds of grain, atmarket price. Mr. Bennett
is one of the o!d-et ciiireos of tkoonnry, cad well ktiown
to all tbe farmers for miles anrand, to whom noVecommen
datlonof bhnls nrressary. See- their advertisement
We bear It talked around, that Marcus J. Parrot
has written to tbe Greeley men here, that he will start a
Greeley paper here. If Marcus is troubled with a surplus
amount of greenl-acks, we would rrcomairnil, aa a remedy,
tbst he start Greeley paper) ne would find a mar kit for
all the wealth be could Inherit or marry.
We this week received a call from Cspt. G. W. Bas
kets, who made It hot for the rebels in Holt County, Mis
souri, Anting the war. We had lost sight of him for sever
al years, but find that he Is now a farmer of Doniphan
County, residing in Iowa Township, near Fanning Station.
Iron for the Atchison and Nebraska Railroad la now
being rapidly pushed to the front, alarge number of car
loads going np every day. It Is expected to have the track
completed to IJnenln by tbe last of this week, unless work
Is retarded by the heavy rain.
Our townsman, n. C nawklna. Esq, returned home,
last week, from a visit to Michigan, where he bad been
for several weeks, ne returns Improved In appearance,
but says he does not know whether bis health Ia lmprovrd
or not, -
A crrreapondent at HUhland aays the oata crop
thereabouuUTMaly blown Awn, Some of the barley was
cut too creen, and has spoil,! In the stack. The corn crop
will be Urge, ifthe hail storms keep off.
Taw WAftxiSG.-lVncmber that Shepherd Intends to
place all hi aceounta In the hands of an ofteer for collee
tion, unless settled either by eash or Bote, before the loth
of August, 1871.
Bridges wm hare tbe Urge stock of Boots and
Shoes In Northern Kansas, for the Fan trade. Helasn
Ing his Summer stock at reduced prices, rotaah.
Mr. J. B. Elledje, of this tows. Is the first oa docket
ror ripe tomatoes. He presented ns wltb a lot of flaeonea,
on Monday. They are goM with vinegar, pepper aad salt.
w-They have formed a Greeley Clob at FJwood, of
which Charles Doekhorn Is President. Possibly ex read
era have heard of Doekhorn.
--Farmers who wear Xo. t or Wa, can bay their
Boots from Bridges, so cents a pair WStfw St. Joseph whals
aU prides. - j.t
V-WW 78,640 .S53.4B S0Mia'73L7 3,400 9,e 130,008
r S t 1 10 1 13
"!2l A-Si 904 M 790 M 3JES
"' 2 '' .41 V78.430 940 7.000 (p00 171,483
"" TS .J 148 -T 47 t 70 Sl(
.... tfitt 7S 1100 C40 4- J3W 7,371 4D.008
. 13 81 30 3 W
W0 4s jaj . too ,GM 733 S3,17J
.1 80 7 844
.... S.8TS un a no m s.B
JVBO I.H0 iOCO 404 9x9
43 a si 3T
9H 47V 10 4JS8
TTelf Blrer, 10 acrea" of Brooneorn, jieldiax ,0OB ponnda.
A Coarausox Compared with other Counties in Kan
as. Doniphan baa no cause to ba ashamed. "Looking at
the assessors' returns for the past year, we find that our
County compares favorably with the best TakeDouglaa
County, for example. In territory, Doniphan County la
the smallest la the Slate, with tba excepttm of WyaJ
dotte, while Doaglaa la among,ths largest of the older
Counliea. Douglas is one tbe oldest, and la probably
the moat thickly nettled and best improved County in the
State. We compare tbe figures of the two Counties, as
far aa tbey are given :
Bushels of Wheat
" "live " "
Gallons of Wine
Gallona of Surg limn
Pounds of Hemp
239,754 f BB1C0
tear . 3,00c
Ha&TT ItltX. Another tremendona rain visited the
northern part of this Countr, Sunday night and Monday
morning. It waa mnch harder there than in thia vicinity. A
portion of the railroad track, half a mile nelow Iowa Pol at,
was nndermined. detaining the morning Hub Accommoda
tion train three honrs. awaiting repairs. Where the road
crosses tbe creek, below Paris' Mill the stream became
choked with drift-wood, and the water ran down the track,
flooding It forhalf a mile. There waa also aoraa damage
done to the bridge over the ravine where Major Firth waa
The crops, especiatfrnata, suffered greatlr. Mncb that
was etandlng waa beaten down, and that which was cut
and ahoeked, was nneappetTand ruined. Tbos. J. Vander
slice informed na thatWhid about .ten acrea rubied in
A Freak opATim. A newlmrn porker was found
in town, on Monday, that waa rather a curiosity. like
Richard the Third, It had come Into the world bnt half
mado np, ami a queer Job, at that. It hid bnt one hind leg.
and that waa deformed. It bad a bead like a baboon, and
ears like a mnle. The nndcr lip waa long, and hooked np
over the anont ; and it had no nostrils. But it eonbl squeal
like a pig. and wonbl get around briskly on its three legs.
Dr. noffmeier took possession of it, and we suppose, when
It dies, will place it in his cabinet of curiosities.
Ix Lnnto. David Grant, a negro, and a boy named Tea
esr. who ia of white parentage, but the family were always
sorry lccane lliey were not negroes, left tbe vicinity of
White riouil, several montha since, and are now, we un
derstand, raider arrest, in Black Hawk County, Iowa, un
der nasnmrd mines. They are supposed to have been en-
gagetl In the horse stealing that baa been carried on so ex.
tcnMvcly throughout Iowa.
Our Greeley fritnda are complaining that some of
their rroaeljtcjro "going back on them," and claiming
that the- never authorized the placing of their names on
the Greeley Club roll They shonld get used to these
things. Ere Ion- the cry will come up from all parta of
the country "Stnkemyname from thatNotttntham List
The Democratic Central CoramitteOof thia County
Is In a quandary. The Chairman la a Grant man. and the
other members want to oust him, bit cannot do it, because
be owns a majority of the stock of the party what there
ia left of IL ne bi going to keep np a Democratic organiza
tion, and urge it to rote for Grant,
WebaTt. alreadr recelred two premium lists of the
Northern Pistrlct Frir, to be held a Atchison; but some
body carried both copies off, before we had tlroS to notice.
However, we observed that they have an interesting pro
gramme, and hare omitted nothing to make tbe Fair a
Xot Xcwv The Charter Oak & wre tntr-Wlnce-. to
the public twenty years ago, and the demand for them has
Increased with each succeeding year.
The ExceUtor Manufacturing Company Is now prepared
to supply. In anr quantity, those who need a good stove.
Some fellow Is going around attending the Greeley
Clnlmln this Connty. who puts In his spare timo by exer
cising his long. yeIIingfor JettPavis. It must be pleas
ant for men calling themselves Republicans, to rnn with
and listen to the yowling of such persons
Bin ldackltctTic! made their first appearance fr
sale, mf Monday. Iligby took them in. He always gob
bles the good th Wig that make their appearance in market,
nis boarders ha, e been indulging In blackberry pie, and
blackberries and cream.
Franklin P-abcock, Esq of Severance, called on ns,
this week, ne Is n-nr an honest tiller cf tbe soil, wherein
he has the, advantage of most lawyers. He rairaise his
f-rnp. as well as practice law. and does not need to remain
Idle in dull tlmerw . '
A large number of persons, from various parts of
tbe Connty, bare called at our office, during the past week,
many of whom left a dollar or two for lock: All are Invit
ed to come, and wIU bo welcome, even If they do not leave
TTearo nndrr obligations to Judge Maynard, for a
basket or very fine apples, of his own raising. The Judge
Is one who has Improved Ms time. In Kansas, as be has a
fine grove of limber, and an excellent orehtrd.
That pump has been removed from the public well
at the south west corner of the Public Square, and the curb
and buckets put lack. A wise more. The pump gave tbe
water a "funky t4e, unfit for man or beast.
Ctt A. Moore, of White Cloud, keep a Jfo. 1 Livery
Stable, stocked with the lest horses and finest buggies the
market afford. Thev spare no efforts to accommodate the
pnMic, and are doing a good business.
- Botlt rs ImfMIng is already above the first story, and
Jeffs building, adjoining. Is climbing, np at full speed.
These buildings will make a handsome block.-
Don't fool away your fleney. but buy your boots and
shoes frost Bridges, In Tmy.
GT Gardrn and Field Seeds at Marbourg X Lea's. Atch-Uon,Kas-
Agricultural Imictaent. of all kinds, at Marbourg k.
Brown's, futon, Alexander and Climax Corn Planters, at
Marbourg JL LeaV
Fresh Seeds of all kinds, at Marbourg -. Lea's.
Marbourg fc Lea are prepared to accommodate errrybody
In their line, both In time and price.
Washers and Clothes Wringers of all kinds; at Marbourg
.C Lea's. febCm.
Time sad enlightened expericne have shown that eer-
tain substances former! v used and relied on in medical prac
tice, are nnneeessary and dangerous ; yet some of these
sntotance have found their way into medical componoda.
Da. WauEEk's Caufocsii Voxt.ab Brnxiw, however,
contain nothing Injurious, being composed exclusively of
vegetable substances from California. For all disorders
of tbe liver, kidneys. Madder, skin, and digestive organs,
and for purylfyiog the blood, they are the most wonderful
remedy known. 16uly4w.
Cicnot Every genuine box of Dr. McLAXES LIVEH
TILLS bears the signature ef FLEMES'G BROS- Pitts
burgh, Pa, and their private TJ. S. Stamp, fp-- "Take no
other. The markH is full of Imitations. ItlsthepopuUr
verdict that people who have been accustomed to the use ot
Bitters or CordiaU are obliged, eventually, to resort to Mc-LANT-TS
LIVEH PILLS for permanent relief. ap-tmG.
ST. .L-SCI S 9IABKET.
St. Loots. July 24.
Flour Firmer and 103ISc hither on medium aad choice
falliexiraat $S00ST3t double extra at 13 79436 73;
treble extra at t-6 73Z7 30. fa mil v at 97 303S 50.
Wheat Firmer and higher, old Xo.3 red at 11 633 1 671
new -o. 3 at fl 4?21 30. Xo.3att 60.
Corn DaTd. and easier for barer; X- 2 mixed stSSe;
do white mixed at 47a48et do white at 40c.
Oat Firm, but Inactive; Xo. 2 mixed at 23c
Rye Dull, prime at 55c.
Pork Steady at 13 S3313 St).
Dry Salt Meat Brisk and hic-hei-j loose shoulders at 31c;
clear ribs st "le; clear sides t 7c
Bacon Very firm; shoulders at 71; clear ribs at flo;
dear sides at 9c
OjTee Lower. BioatSOaSSVc
tursr Firm: Lowlstanaat9)c
Cattle Caetee native In lieht supply and firm at 93 .
4 50 for fair aad good. 93 Wa613fnrpxime aad choice.
Hogs Firm and active at 93 7394 33.
FVmr Steady, extra spring at 93 3037 33.
Wheat Active and advanced. Xo. 1 spring at 91 J79U9.
Con Active and advanced. Xo. S mixed st 49c
Oats Quiet; 3?o. 3 at 37e cash, 3e Auguat.
Rve Steady? Ke.tatS3e.
RsrVT-Stesdr. "a a fall at 34c.
Whisky Active at 6Cc
Mesa PWk-Bteady aad aachaaged
Balk Meara Advanced: sTssBlaerB at 31e- Vkone ilsxjsI-
ly held at SJes short ribs at7U.
cacoa, m gq isi.ssssrm. aaeawuia aew as et Sf(C caesr
FINE CHEMICALS, FANCY GROCERIES,
SCHOOL BOOKS -AJVI WALL IPAJPEJR,
aLanps ami Lamp Fixtures,
MUSICAL 1ISTETIMENXS''AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE,
Paints, Oils, and Window Class,
Ami a Fine
Wines and Liquorsfor Medicinal Purposes.
JPliysieians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes
Carefully compoantleil at all boon of tlje day or niglit, by an Eiierlcacl CbauiUt.
SSJuly-3: , m
ITw I Con..
Epitos Ejucsju Cliirr .Vi'r. In yonr Isane of tbe l?th,
I wHiti n Isqoiij for a recipe to can corn, r tubmit the
foIloiHaj. tMataMnre the anxlnn hoofttWife, thzt If careful
ly follnvetl, ilIm will I able to LaTenrcuUfth In tbe Mln
tr Uie cam, at lrat, brln aa .reliable fur it aa wben
' Cat ttwret corn, suitable far c-mlfng, fi-bm the cob, and
fill tin cmn9fuU; iunctare tbelil with tfij j-olutetl Instru
ment, tbe hize of an onlinar7 fiitk tine, and toUier the can.
Place the cana in a boiler of toiling water, weighting them
down, and boil jlr boon. Then puYa dmp of auldrron tbe
small bole In tbe lid of tbe can. and prepare to enjoy "suc
cotash " any time while the com laata.
I bare thoroughly tested thia recipe myself.
Uss. F. P. CnaxcxxLAix.
Troy. Santas, July 23J, ldT2-
En. CHlatr.- As your readers would lilte to know some,
thing about the mretios, last night, of the Cincinnati Balti
more liberal Krpnblican Democratic Ex-Confederate Sore
brad Greek) Club, I will tate that there were jnut twenty
nine person preatcnt, sereral of them, like niynclf. for the
purpose of looking on; and I assure the Kf publican that
they hare no cause tu fear any harm from It, aa nly three
or four of them ever wcraKepubllcans, the remainder befog
ex Itebel-t, old foMil iVnu-craU, and sicb. They had a long
It-it of names, (said to be over a hundred,) that they raked
up, and claim as Greeley nn-n. and all of whom tbey will
publish as being present; but the above number were all
that were in the room. I am Informed that they hare some
on the list who nerer signed It, and who will rute for Grant.
Tbe gathering looked like a re-union of the surrirors of
some old Confederate regiment, with a few of their .North
ern friends to encourage It. It-tacked but one tlung to make
tt read English to the most Ipmnvrt, and that was to hare
the stand decorated with a rebel flag, and three cracked
horns playing Whoa been here since I'tb been gone I
Troy, July 25. Xoecr ilcSUXUJUL
'SOW TO GO EAST."
By the Kmaeas City. fif. Jswrph wad B arils. f
"Though Lutnot least, U an adage aa true as It UoltL.
and Its truth is again exemplified by tbe completion of the
New Line to the East, rwi Creston and Burlington, which,
though the fort, may be called tbe tt rmrtt In the West.
The Line consUts of the Kansas City, Saint Joseidi and
Council Bluffs K. It, with two dally traina from Kansas
City, through Leavenworth, 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 rnn
to all these points.
This Line U well built, thoroughly equipped with every
modern Improvement, including Pullman's Sleeping snd
Dining Cars, and nowhere else can the passenger, so com
pletely depend on a speedy, safe ami comfortable journey.
The Burlington Route has admirably answLirtl tbe query,
How to go East, by the publication of an interesting and
truthful document, containing a valuable and correct Map,
wbleh can bo obtain! ritvf tTatargsvtv adtdiettsing Gene
eral Passenger Agent B. -CM. K.H. It, Itnrilngton. Iowa.
A Sarc Way ta Make Jfaney.
In the buying of goods, mwt people who wish to prosper,
study economy In their purchases; aud It Is"a truth, that
tbe Item of Boota and Shoes Is no small one, in the families
of both rich and poor. To reduce the expense of that Item,
It becomes necessary to buy when the beat snd greatest
quantity of goods can be found, for tbe least money; and
that pUce Is at an exctuicfy Bout and Shoe store.
C. O. Bridges, of Troy, keeps the only Boot and Shoe
store In the city, and has an excellent variety of all goods
In that line. He has hem fine, and alto common, but al
ways recommends yood goods. He proposes keeping the
largest stock in Northern Kansas, and selling them to rath
buyer o low that they can sustain him In trade, and buy
cheaper than at St. Joseph or Atchison. It will pay farm
ers of the whole Connty to Inquire of their families. In re
Ution to the nnmber of pairs of boots and shoes, the sizes
and numbers, snd give Mr. B. a calL Liberal discount
will be made on large bills, and cash buyers. Recollect
this article, and when you come to Troy, Inquire for the
Boot and Shoe store of CG. Bridges, which you will find
near south west corner of Public Square, one door north of
Shepherd's Drug Store. JulyHwS.
I ate rest I a a; fa Farmers.
The citizen of the County, who propose pUnting orch
ards, will find It to their ndrantige to give their pitmnage
to E. Snyder, of the Prairie Xursrrien. at Highland, who
keeps, perhaps, the largest stock in the State, and cin fur
nish them at as law rates as tho same cUm of trees can be
purchased at from any of tbe leading Nurseries of tbe coun
try. Mr. S. has had a long experience In the business, in
this Connty, and has a thorough knowledge of all the vari
eties adapted to this cllmafe. Parties who deal with him.
may be a-wured that al orders will be filled with tbe variety
wanted, ne keep- everything to be found In a first-class
.Nursery, and solicits the patronage of tbe public Apply
to the proprietor, -
E.SXTDEB, Highland Kansas,
Or to C. G. Bbtdces, Troy, July 11-tf.
Whrtrv la Easlaaite !
Wr anawer, gn to Soothwrst Missouri, because tie Al
laotic aV Pacifle Railroaal Co., offer L300.000
Acres of Land to actual settlers, at low price on long cred.
It, besides furnishing free tranportation orer their road to
purchasers; this road extends from St. Louis, fhrongh Mis
aouri to Vinita. Indian Tcmtorr, la beinz pnsbed rapidly
tn Its destination, the Fadne Coast; will be one of tbo
trunk linea of tbo country, awrrr fclockadral by aaow
the lands along tbe mad are in a rich fertile conntry,saa
prodoctireas any in the 5tate; tbo climate combines all
tbo adraitajea of northern and annthem latitudes; good
climate soil, health, water, timber, graiing, fmita and
flowera, Inrito yos to go to tbia region. For furtber Infor
matioB adilrraa, A. TUCK, IAod Corn'r, Sa Walnut Street,
fit. LonK Mo. . apt8yL
MaSRRAor O I init Interesting work, numenma engra
rtngs, CM parr, rrice M cents. Address Dr. Jlotta' Dia
penaary, 12 forth Eighth Street, St, Looia, Mo. Sre ad.
Sit, TTnncojiB'a Sracr-The great aoothing mneJy.
Price only S3 centa. Gtrca rest to tbe mother and health
to the child. Gold by SraggUta. See Adrertlaement.
JOHN FRANK K0TCH,
atasmcTCitu or axo riauit n
Boots & Shoes,
Slgm (JU Bit BU West mf PublU Sqwmre,
IS picpaied to make Boota aad Shoe tn order, la the best
style. Bis Ion; experience fn the boslnesa. together
with ibe fact that be la an nrellent Judge of leather and
other ahormakrr's stock, enable him to do llrst-elass work,
ami ase none tint the brat material. UjtilrTlTl.
PETERSON & GLAMAN,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
gsaaawf Caraar PMif Squtv,
TKOT, KAS 8A8. '
!T74aBXoaBO hi tbo heat atyaa, aad warraated. fS
W auk the celaantsd -Prtaraasj Glaatta Jkoi
TR03I GEOltGE J. SO WELL C CO.
COI.I.9.C3IATB AXle COTfMERCIAI. I.t
UTITUIK, Ken- Haven, Ce-aa. Pn-paraturr
tu College, lSuidneas. Scientific behnoU. U.S. Military and
Xaval Acadaruir. 'Fall session. TCth year, becfus Sept. 13.
For Catalogue, address Gen. WM. U. RUSSELU 1-rinci-pL
Brillinnt Colors aBd Best Black .in
Six Cord Thread.
J. & P. COATS'
SEX-C0RD IK ALL LUMBERS;
Fro-a Ho. 8 to X03 iaclaaff. -t
Hand and ttachine Sewing.
juijtewt. ." ,
Kejeet'all Tielewt TTarza tires. Thev ruin the
tone el the bowels, and weaken the digestion. Taekatt's
EFrcRVKsccxT SUaTZxa Arouivr Is nsel by rational prop1
as a means of rrlieringall dersngemenU of the Momach,
liver and intestines, because It remnrraobiltrnrtions with
out pain, and Imparts vigor to the organs which It purifies
SOLD Br ALL DRUC GISTS. julyl3w4
For aaycase of Blind. Bleeling. Itch
tag or Ulcerated Piles that Da Bixo's
Pile Rkmkdt fails to cure. It i pre
pared expreaily t cure tlie Piles, and
nothing else Sold by all Dr.'ggij-ts.
rrice, V 00. juIjlSwJ.
L-aMOll flALC t 4lt - OBUSniSTS
afvBC3A?rfC LAW OF TIIE HEXE9-Condi-
mr imns win
tbins which ininriEr TitJiIitr tMat!tivH n.I ....
electricity proof that life is eridreil witliont union-enVct
of tobacco Influence of fish and phosphoric diet moilcrn
treatment of prlrlc diseases, stricture snd viricocele,. and
arrest of ileelonmmti ten lectures to his private srir-iral
cUss, by EDWARD II. DIXON, M. D, U Fifth Amine,
X.T.t Ct pages. 23 cents.
Ererr line fnm the pen of Dr. Dixon Is of great value
to the whole human race. Uorac GreeUy. julylSwt.
Of-I TO 8 tOO PR8 WKRK made ea-y by
woiidrrtidrrranid atUinj article evrr invented for married
orsincle ladies use. X female eantUncitJutvt it Durable,
riesam, rueap, ana wnai nas always been wantetl, antl nl
waya will. l-Toflts Urce. Rlzhts for sale. Ladv ar.nts
can make fortones- Standard articles. ClrcuUnt fne. I
Aitilrvsaj ftr Mni'i'. iY 1JI V.i1l i.1 V V 1 -. t. I
I"V -.., .auou,al. . .. iXJA
."4. TT. PRICK
O. IV. Ace i
ACEXTM tTaatetd. A cents make more money at
work for u than at an thing else. Busineqslixht and
permanent. Particulars free. G. Stixso &. Co, Pin Art
Vuiluhert, Portland, Maine. Jnlyldw4.
I WILT, be In Tmjf e,Terr Monday, to rrcrlve anplira
tinna for GAremment Ilimnty. umler the Lite act f
Conffrras: also fur th. ailililninsl 'tUmnty, tfrrnn those who
hare not an)JirU.I art of Jnlj . IC. the time harin; bern
Fxtmilnl for mallng apnlicatlon, to the I3th of Jannarr.
151 E. IV. STKATTOX.
lejnlyn. Doniphan. Kansas.
CLOSM OUT SM1E!
I,YSAIIT 3c BARRETT,
WUhing to change their bnsinesa. offer to tbe citizens of
Doniphan Connty, their entire stock of
COOTS AKD SHOES.
UATS AXD.CAPS, 4c,
Th'T will sell for CASH only, aa they want to use It In
the change they contcmpl-ite. .Persona who can porchaao
goods on t huso terms, will aaTe money by calling on them
Those who know themselres Indebted to tbe abore-named
firm, will please call and settle their accounts within thirty
days. Allarconnts not settled within that time, will be
passed into thehinds of an attorney for collection. .
This la a rare rhanee forneraona seelrlnw. mo.t InMH.i,
f.n- business, aa they can bny the whole stock at a liberal
Troy, July 11, I87IL,
J. F. WILSOf.
W, C. MORIU1CAD.
WHSON & M0REHEAD,
CEXEnAL DEALKKS J2f
Dry Goods, Clothing,
AnA all luads of
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
Sign of Great Froat,
SoBtIsjT4-ftf Cornier Public Jqa-urr,
BUV1NG our Goods from first hands. In Eastern mar.
kcta, we ran and will sell aa cheap aa any boose la the
In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the
State of Kansas, sitting within aod for Uoniphaa County.
William V. AVyrth,
JE. It. Jonlan. and
E. H. afcDuaald.
Parties datnj: hosineso under
she nrm name of
William iL Wyeth Ca, I FlainttSs.
ViBum H. Smith. J Defendant.
TEC abore namd dafendant, WUilam Q. Smith, a aoa
resident of the State of Kaaaaa. and of parts unknown,
will take notice, that be haa been aned br the abore named
plaintiffs, tn the District Coort within and for Doniphan
County. Stale ef Kaasaa. the object ef which aaid action is
to retsoTer jadfmrnt assinst yon, the aaid defendant, for Om
anm ef six hundred and thlrly-sls OVdlara aad aercntr nine
cents, fC36.9 ) oa aa acooeat for roods, wares ana mer
chandise sold t you by said ptalntinV, on tbe 31st day of
aiay, lert. ana Cfwu 01 anil) saas up aaiisiy asm ruins, sue
said plalntias hare caused aa order of attachment to be ts-
sued out of aaid District Out. in aaid aetton, and your
propertT attached to aware the plalntifs aaid claim of atx
n 01 aaia suraru
attached to eeci
i aad thirtr-aix
hnadrrd and tairty-atx ootlara aa4 aercntytua. cents.
rirrat.'rat with laterest thereon: and that anleosToa answer
ordecanrtothepetiUoaof tbe said rdaintifta. en or before
IheSUh day of Aajust. A-D. VT2. the aaid plaiatisV peti
tion will be taken aa true, aad tadjtnarat rendered axoord
Irndy. tat aaid aaa ofals hnadrsd aad tkirtyU dottars aad
A. sk oisju, AtsorDejioraAaaauaa.
Attest Fa5X Baowx. Clerk Dlatrict
TaVTrrnrrr l.benlrrelrraLlliatanetiaoawBI be
ty.irsams.attJiaJraaetlataatbatMmeUyraJrBraa next. aakiaforaeaamCTUtaa road hadmeftumKjrkrrta
rord to WatiieBa. so that aaid road shall be lacatadoa the
line between tbe aoath-waat tad asatavcast aaarters af ac.
saaB us, sowDaaiaa. raoae as, isi swtasis . ?.
itiS.) - ivupiwae.
T. WaimsL rrovrUter. K.BLMcXoxiu4cOaIrmtwlitsBBd
Oen. AnaTSaa afranciaoo. CU and WaisdMCoinOTercesMCE
MILLIONS Bear TcMlmcur to their Weadcrfal
CnraJlveaUecta. Theyan not a vile Fancy Drlak
made of Peer Rasa 'Whiskey, Proer Spirit and Ue
ftselJeaeraaxtWed; spiced snd sweetened to plesM the
taste, called "Tonics, AppctUers, Ttertorers, A.c,that
lead the tippler oa to drunkenneu and ruin, but are a tree
Medldne, mdOe frra the XaxVre torjian.UIcrtaf CslifornU,
free frwss all AlcwnellcSrimalants. They are tbe
GREAT BLOOD aMIRIFlER aad A LIFE IIV
I2CG PRIlHCirLK. a perfect RenoratocsndljiTtjmatnror
the System, csirviiur off all pouous nuttu aztd irstcvinf the
bloodto a healthy sosulition. Ifo person can take these Hitters
according to directions snd remain long unwell, provided their
bones sre not destroyed by naiDeipoUuiscr other meaz snd
the vital org-ins wasted fcTOnd the point of t-enoir.
They are a Gentle Parcntl ve ns tvcll na a Tealc,
pOaes-4nc, also, the "pecuUn' merit ot! acting as a inwerful
agent In zeUeTlng Congestion or luaanuustion of tbe liver,
S4.d ol all th Vlsreral Organ .
FORFEJIALE C03IPL.lINTrt, whether In young or
eld. married or is.usle.at the &n cf womanhood or at the
tornof Ufelthesc Trdc Bitters hare no equal.
Geat, Dyspeeslfter ladicestlon, llllleas. Kcmlt
teat aad Iaterialttenc Fevers, Dlscasea ef the
Blaad, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, tbo-elliltera
have teen mot suocerkiul. Buck IIseasre ars cuedbr
T I tin ted Illod,hIcJ is Ecn-raSy rrulnccd by nuiic
mentcf tltopiffcstlve Orcaas,
DYSPEPSIA OR IMHGETION, Uesdache. Puia
inUioShHiVhrsCouh11gbtnes of Um Chest, lHub,
SourEructstlttnsif the btomsch. Bad ta tebi the Mouth, P-il-lous
AUslIs Palpitattijo. of lite Hearty Ihituninatlon of the
Lungs, Pain bi tba r-ima ot tbe Kidneys, sod a hundred
other painful symptoms, are the off)rrings of ltytf-tfps'a.
They intbrorate the Btomsch sod rtlmnlote tf e tortl lltvr
snd bowel, which rteiadcTiheni fune(UAlIol tScacy In cb-ccs-"big
the t Tood of sll tmpurities, arul iniport Ing new hts und T-gor
to the whole sytruu
FOR 6K1Y DISEASES, rntptlons. Tetter, Salt
Itheum, IHotrbeit, Sou, Pimpies, Purtolfat, Dt-ils 0-tr'uncl
lUng-Wonnti, Stsiltl lft-aal, ISore Eyes, ErymprU, Itch. Rtnu-f-w
Dist-oloratlons of theSLiit. Iiumorsand TJiavaa-rrMof the Skin, of
wlaaeTernameornataTe.arelitera.lydu-: up and carried our,
of tbe yrtcn. In a hurt time by the iue of these CUtcn. One
bottle in Ki4.h cam.'S will couvince the luwt li-r?ediilutu of their
curat! - clTet.-ti.
CenetheVitUtetlItaod'hcneTeryon find its Impurities
tmrstlng throoEh the ikm In Ilmples Eruptions or Sures;
clesue it wben you find it tihntructed or slcpjtvh In tho tcins;
cleanw it u ben it U fuuU and your feclinc will tell you when.
Keep the Uool pure an 1 the healtli of lite system will follow.
PIN, TA PE, andbtber W OHMS Initio- In the intra
ofso min-f tbnoands. are effetual'r dctrored and removed.
For fall uin-ctfons. real earrfullr tbe circular smand tsch
bottle, printed Infuar lascuaee--English, Germsjafreiiehand
Old prejudleea ore dying sit New facts are kQUnr
them. Tbfciea thattntalids. weakened by disease, can be re
lieredbr prostratlncthimeiib lrstractlTe drurs. is no loacer
entertsf ned cicept by monomanbta) tter since the intro-lae
ttonof Da WlLKias Yixcoie BlTTtkS. It has Leen obvions
that their n culAllna and inTtsorstlnx propertir sre all-at&-clent
tir the car of chronic tndisrstlon. rbeumstirm. constlpa-tion-dtarrbcrs.
nvrvons sffrt tioni snd mslsrioa tWcrs, and thty
are now th- itandanl remedy for tbrss complaints In ctut see
dou ot the Union.
SOLO IV ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
J. Wai -crK. rronrii?or. H- II. M Dovat r k Co.. Drujrri"ts
and Gen. Art., Ban rrsncl-ico. CaLuul U Commerce stv. N.T
&0r-rk A MOVTir easily made with Stencil and
t&jmtP Kev Check Dirs. Secure Circular snd Sam-pics,-rc.
rf 31. ranuECXR, Brattleboru, Vt. jnlyldwL
EAEE CHANCE FOR AGENTS.
AGENTS, we will pay you $W per week In cash. If yon
will engage with uaTolx. Every thing furnished, and
expeii-nri juttL Address
jiIyUwl 1 A. ELLS & CO, CiianLomt, Mich.
AGENTS WANTED .JSSSS'JfS
atlrrl KnsrnTiait; SIHns larcHr. Tins (ilunirtn.
tains lirirf sLrtclics fT tlie most nnimin.nt Womrn of His
tory. S. 31. BETTS 4. CO, Cincinnati, O. Jnljlitw.
r Hw t-ilhcr mx mar fascinatv anit gam the lure an1
alYVctlnoanf anr prrsnn tbry rlitHsir. instanllv. This aim.
pie raratal arnnlr.uirnt all can Missrss, frrr. lir mall, fur
25 rents, tuavtWr Jta a laarriagr irnUlr. Kzyptian Orarle.
Ih-ranis, Hints tn LaJirs. Ar. X nurer. rxritin? Ikmik.
11X1000 n.1.1. Jil.lrrss T. WILLIAM 4. CO, Pnlilishers,
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS,
FOB COUGHS, COLDS, & HOARSENESS.
Thrse Tablets prr'rnt the .cnl In combination with the
rlherrft.rient nniMirs. in a popular form. fr theC'nreof
nllTIIROVr anil l.VSC. llixrasea. IIOAI&FKSS anil
ULCKl'ATION of the TIIKOAT sre ln.nir.lul.-lj relirt rL
anilstatrmrnts are routtautlr liein scut to theproprutor
of n lii fin nsisof Throat ililncnllirs of rears stmillnjr.
f4 A TTfnTrtKT In t be ilerennl lr worthliis hnita.
UAUJLAWi.1 lions. Ci-lcnly Well. Carbolic TahM
rrice. Sicta, per Dux. JOII :f Q. KCLLUUU. 11 Tlatt bt,
Xew TorV. S.le Agrnt fitU.S,
Srnd KircircuUr. JnIjI3wt.
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN BOOK.
The great work ortbeyc-ir. Pnwpectns. Post Paid. 75
cts. An inimsnse solo guaranteed Also for my CAlf
PAin.f I'nARTH and .iK"' .TI.tl'M.
J. IT. CO0DSPIED, Cnlrago, asrlnaatl, orSL Loata.
Jfowat work, or Jol.!nsftr iwnaeD,w Ixmlc. will int-j tt If
lliey do tint at miftp write (4r rirrtiLtrif rr inpitmt m1I.d
ImiuIc pnbIi-Li. hilmnnhiiarvinil !rrmrntifferrU Vm
tlti mnrr than ilonMe inner t- Outfit fn. Addrrn-t, F. iL
Kefp, 133 U-Uth SL, Xew Vnrlv. JaljHwt
AGENT3 "WANTED f'r Hie lir.f
AnA th? I-jadins tnn of all parti-. Over 40 fflrrl
Pari rails. Jnt l.lrfl. wantrti by the rum- eTrry-wh-pre.
Ajrnt inert with wmvlerfnl wew. FmA fr
Clrrnlar amlst-niretrrritnrratnDri". Addrcwi ZEIGLEIt
S, McCURHr. S03 Xorth Sixth SL, bL Loula, Mo.
It U nt a ihv.c whkh may -ire trmpnrary relief tn tbe
affrrrr ftrr irmtfrst w -. Jbet which, frrna cratianed
n, Lrin? IllNi and klndrM dseat4 to aid In w-Mikmlnff
f be Invalid: nr w Itadnetmrd bnor, which, nndrr the
r-njrawr name 01 "iimT ia so rxinuiT-riy painwri rtr en
ilir public an MTrrrfxn mnnliM; bnt It la a ntal tw
erf a I Te-tie IfrratiTr. jtronmimd o by tbe
trading mnllcal antbcrlUriof Imdonasd 1'aria. and has
brrn bng njwl by tlrr rrrn lar phjaidacs of ettrr cenctrfes
wim wonrtertai rrnieaiai rrsuiia.
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
retainaall the medicinal rirtuea pernliar to the plant, and
mnst ls taken as a permanent euratire acent.
Ia there waat of actio In yotar I.Irer aad
Splerai t Cnless relicTed at once, the blood becomes im.
pore by deleterioos serretiona. prodnelnf scrofiibnis or skin
diseases, matches. Felon. J-nstulea, Canker rimplas. it
Tale Jarabrba to cleanse, purify and restore theTi
tiatnl blind to healthy action.
Hare yoa) a Bjspeptle Jlosatacbf rnlesadlxea
tien is promptly aMed. the system Is debilitated with lose
of rltal force, porerty of the IHood. Dropsical Tendency,
(eneral TVrakneaa or Lassilnde.
Take It to assist Pisestion mtWt reaction, it trill lm
narl voothful riffor to tbe wearr annVrer.
Hare I.a wrsliam sriselalrttlurst TVlarri
rn daaseroi i;nronie anarrnosa or ine oreaaioi janamna
tion ef the Dowels.
Take it to allay Irritation, and ward ctf tendency to In.
Hate rota weaksen of tbe tTicrlsie or I'rlaary
erctaata f x oa must procure instant rsuet, or yoa are li
able to snSerlc; worse tnsn oeatn.
Take It tostreusthen oiranle weakness, or life become
Finally, ltsbeuld be frciuatly taken, to keep the system
In perfect health, or yea are otherwise In treat danger ef
malarial, miaanulle or eontaejona diseases.
JOBS Q KEI.MWG.1s Watt Street. Xew Tori,
.We A;-tjt for the United States.
rricaOneldlarcrlIttla. Send tat Circular. JaIylSw4.
H irJ' AJU:iixCZI3 dollaim per
o-HSfriH rsriu:caKi' rzzwcxs,
THE CITIZtN AND ROUND TABLE
Aaurniueent PAIR OP CHBOafat. -TnEDaTjUrcai"
and ltxTttai.1 Tn. LtfmoaT. e Ml W-T??-..
Oil Pslatlara oT Tbos. Brooks. London.
ClwI.."1vjB,.wt, U th Iowra.lmatV TWI
TriXH.LAli An same MfcWtVeWateelVtoM (a
black ad r. an seljlnr rarddrr at TlitJTiZ5Z?LrTz2
andawaioaToirof those itchliaaCHim'iiria aaaanle
this crreizesAj-D tujtnmAsa.
JTo. 38 Boatman Street, (T. O. Bui CM) Xrw Tork.
I i V k
AEK UXDOCTTTEnLX tile
CHEAPEST TO BUY!
BEST TO USE! Z
EASIEST TO SELLI
. Never rail to frlve - .
ia anr aaU all Localities.
Sold in Past Three YarsJ
Every Store ofiVred a a procf that the
Iotn; iiioif- IVorlr,
Oolns It Ilrtlrr.
Iotrsc it QrtlcUrr,
lo!n;r Itjit Irsjs i:xp-nxs'
Than aar-bthrrCuoliu; Store mailew
Excelsior MaMactQiiiig Cipaiiy,
'Wholesale aValrra la all Uhila oT
Tinner Stoclv; -
LIVE STOVE DGAI.ERK,
II. AV. SIIAAV.
July 11-tw. AVHiTE CLOUD, KAXSAH.
Principal OBct, 101 V. Fink M., OarlaiaU, O.
Tit rail Eelunie Gill BislriteCci la las Country!
nv AvisU-visiax: gifts:
TO BE EISTHIBUTXD IH
Z.. D. SZITE'S
To be"Drawa Monday, A?5it Sth, 1872.
One CSrniul Cnpltnl Iriae OT
$5,000 IX GOLD!
Two Prizes $300 5
One Family Carriage and Matchsd Hsrse", with SilTtr-
Mounted Harceas, worth C1.500!
Oae Ilarae aai Usisbt. with Milrer-3Iaaate4
Homers, worth SCOOI
tcs lis-Isl rs-crsrf ros7 -i IMt
Fire Faaillr Sanln-; Xachlars, oartk tlOO ear It
730 Gold gnd itdirr Lexer Iluntmy TaUlet, wvrthfivm
31 tot300 each!
La-lies Roll Iontuie Chains. Gents OoM Vest Chains,
S.IM ami K.nIIe platnl Silrrr TaluV ami Teaspoona, Pho
tograph Albums, Jewrlrr. Sec-, &.e &c
Whole Bimbrr of Clna, 6,000. Tickets Limited ts gO,0M.
ACK.XTM W.IJIIED TO DEI.I. TICKETS,
To whoaa LIorrail Pmaiaau will he paid.
J-ilncl.- TicUft, 81 1 Kix Ticket . nt
Twelve TicUetis, 810; Tweuty-llve
Circulars containing a full INt of prizes, a description of
Iholnsnmrof drawing anil other InfonnatioD In rrferenca
to the. Ihstribntion, will besrutwany one ordering them;
All letlera must oeaiwresseil to
otr-cr, I.. D. )I.R, Box HO.
131 W. Sth St, JnmSTwi Cntnaati, 0.
JVoiiih -Missouri Nursery.
C0NST1NTLY Off HAHD A GCOD 1SS0ETHEHT OF
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL:-
Osage Oiwe Plants ly tie 1,000 or 100,000.
Adrfrr..... C. I. IIL'OIIEW. TTneaii. JI.
BOOK FOR THE HaXUd!H
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- unnrllifr" OW,X.ll.li&iM
su-wt. inweii-gtH--as rthtw-itrtoSC ta-ai-w M.
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Tba Crest goethlmg alcanedr.
jrntf I c-r-..s4rhKUO.PaUfai
riIIirlJ-lir,, U i"- lseUsftfc ftcl
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ItU th rrmt aft-r tvU CUU--S SmAIm feM
In Three Months.
Azent. can make the abore amount aellinr the Greateet
Book of the Aye, The
The Issue and Candidate of the present Political Cam
paicn. containing Biographical SVetcbca of all the Candi
datea for President and Vice.IresidrnL
HISTORY AXD PLATFORM
Of the Great Political Parties. Faets about PnUle "aim''
and Meaaurrs. latVIEVT OF GCANTSAUaUSISXItX.
THE QUEliR SEC0BB-
illnstrattons are drawn by Tfenry Stephea. ef XcTrTcrav
expressly for thia work, and are entirely oritinai. and pte
nonneed the finest drawing, both homorona and crare, ret
eircotedontbecreatCsnrpalia wesrejeistentenstv -Thav
aathor la a weU-kansra writer, formerly encarol aa the
Chicago Tnhfise, The most liberal commission d'en. If
ron want to make money, SEn 0TE DOLLAS, itx out-.
fit, and eecure territory at once. Address
VSIOS PCBLISHTSfi CX)
Jamea T.yssgbt and 1 j.
Jobs W. Barrett, I FlainxiBV.
TrIaalL Smith, i Defendant.
Comtdalat ia Attachment. PlalatUb demand XIt st-Mo -f
dnDarav - .
fJTOTlCB U hereby rfroa. that m tba SBth daref Jmas.
Towxabln. Ooalphaa Connty. Kansas, Isaued aa Order m
attaMsaisrls tswaawTaasaaMdaaaa: Amp stt. mm. ..IT
onBanaod tarty ceata: aad tiLstsaMeaiuawa bo beard'
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