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Thursday, :: : : October 17. 18K
Union Republican Ticket.
ULYSSES S. GBANT,
CHARLES H. LAXGSTON,
JAMES S. MERRITT,
WILLIAM W.' SMTTH.
For Bepretcntaiirei in Congress,
DAVID P. LOWE,
WILLIAM A. PHILLIPS,
STEPHEN A. COBB.
Bepublican State Ticket.
THOMAS A. OSBORN.
ELIAS S. STOVER.
To Secretary of Stale,
WILLIAM, H. SMALLWOOD.
Tor Slate Auditor,
DANIEL W. WILDER.
" For Stale Treasurer,
JOSIAH E. HAYES.
Tor Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, '
SAMUEL A. KINGMAN.
For Attorney Gruerol,
A- L. WILLIAMS.
Tor State Superintendent of Pubtie Instruction,
h d. Mccarty.
Tor District Judge, Stand Judicial District,
P. L. HUBBARD.
Republican County Ticket.
Tor State Senator,
F. H. DRENNING.
Tor Clerk of the District Court,
For Probate Judge,
JOHN C. GORDON.
For Count) Attorney,
for Count) Superintendent of Public Instruction,
D. D. ROSE.
For Bepresentalice, First District,
J. H. LONG.
For Bepresentatire, Second District,
The CovenUou, and tbe Split.
The Republican County Convention, called fir
Wednesday, met, split, and placed in tbe field
two tickets. Tbe causes, ire shall proceed to re
late. At tbe" prynary elections, there ero two par
, ties, tbe division having existed for se eral years.
At this election, one party received a mojoriijr of
tbe Delegates, elected expressly to support cer
. "tain candidate. The opposite party ut to
urorlc to bay up Delegates, and succeeded in bny
" tag one or more, but still remaining in a minority.
The evening before the Convention, it was whis
pered that their only hope was in securing the
temporary organization of the Convention; and,
for this purpose, a contest would be trumped up
in Wolf River Township, to keep a portion of bee
delegation out ou tbe temporary organization.
They also resorted to the trick of bnbiu or
otherwise seenring the absence of Delegates op
posed to them in short, to force a result contra
ry to what the people, at the primary elections,
decided in fav or of.
When the Convention was called to order, they
had their two choice bnllies on tbe floor, who
made it their chief business to interrupt, bully
rag, and brow-beat every Delegate who dared of
fer a suggestion contrary to their plaus; and by
aid of the votes of men who had no more right in
the Convention than the man in the moon, they
succeeded. in disfranchising one-half of tbe Wolf
River Delegation, aud in securing the temporary
organization. The Committee on Crcdedtials, of
course, was fixed np, and brought in a report
throwing out two of the Wolf River Delegates,
upon a trumped up charge, anil pntting in tbeir
place two men of tbeir own, w bo were not elected
by the people. At this juncture, Jndge Nathan
Price, a candidate for the Senate, upon whom
the main fight had been made, came in as an Al
ternate, for tho pnrpose of bullying the opposition.
It was npou his assertion, and at bis instance,
that the outrage was perpetrated nPn Wolf Riv
er. By disfranchising two Delegates from that
Township, they had a majority of one, and used
that majority to place two men of their own'in
the vacancies. When this was done, the opposi
tion Delegates took their leave fiom the Conven
tion to the number of twenty men, inclniliug the
two disfranchised, or a majority of the legally
elected Delegates to tbe Com entiou. Most of the
spectators also left with them.
After this the minority went to work, with an
afr of forSa resignation, to make their-nosninn-
tlons. .It wis decidedly a tame and spiritless pro-
ceeding; But as they had the thing cnt and dried
before hand, it did not take them long.
Jndge Price, of conrse, was nominated for Sen
ator. He would have sworn out half the Dele
Kates that remainedrather than fail. He had
been scooped for Congress and if he lost now, he
would have the trouble of making a fight for Rep
resentative, or Constable, or anything, Lord, so
that it was an office,
Frank Brown was nominated for District Clerk.
They had reconsidered their threat to beat him,
tot prudential reasons.
Est. B. F. Bowman was nominated for Probata
- Jndge, in order to catch the Methodist vote.
s . They playied off o Maynard, Odor, Len. Smith,
- .and the balance of them, jnst as they intended to,
-after Retting their help at the primary election;.
For County Attorney, N. B. Wood was nomina
ted. Stoat JUsl Hawkins were placed before the
r' CooYeatioB, jist to make it look as if the slate
" were aot airtiTed tip; but Wood had been nomi
""' Bated, Bmtt S tn ,be l,ack B'de "r tne ro,t
For Connty Superintendent, Wm. T. Gage, of
Highland, was selected. This was the considera
tion for which theHigWsndjlelegatlonob.yed or
ders so promptly. vCs ' y P w" "
-a Rose by another mm will suit tfas people
better for the office.
The proceedings and nominations of tks othsr
Csnrention will be f"uA ,n snotber column.
Ws recognize the latter Com etitien as the rega-
, lar Bepublican Convention of the County, as It
vas composed of a majority of the Delegates e-
sntfjj elected; and this Is the ticket that we rap-
aSfe-sW1" "P"'" Bepoblicau ticket "of the
Tvff'pr three rimes tettirfute, km the same
ring atfemptetf to force a ticks opou tbe County,
by ooffBges pf a cairctr wjdi the one attempt
ed on Wednesday, and. as often have le. Repub
licans repudiated it at the bsllot-tioxj rWe believe
thejesolt will1 be the same jrr. -This thing of
seenring Conventions by bribing, unllyiltg, and
ontrage.'tiaS about soured on the stotnath X tbo
party. When candidates fur office begin t Cet
it tlirotigb,tbiir wool that llwj- arc hot compelled
to kneel to otic men to sechrc success, and begin
to rebel against- this thlur of premising them
nominations if they tvlU holp at Jtbsimary elec
tions, ami then selling" them ont, bg and bag.
page, In tho Convention, Centre oVnuhip will
elect delegates who will secure a" few of the offices
for the men who, with tbeir friends, do tbe work.
" isi '. i .
Collapse or Gkkeletihm. Tbe dictions, last
week, closed out the Greeley. Invoice. They
knocked away the last prop to their hopes, and
left the party demoralized. We bear of entire
clubs In New York snd other cities abandoning
Greeley and declaring for Grant. Tbe number of
individuals who are making the same change Is
immense. We find them here in Kansas, in con
siderable numbers, aud hear of them every where.
The Greeley defeat was so unexpected juid dis
heartening, that they cannot recover from it.
Tbe defeat In Pennsylvania is a deaoener on
John W. Forney, and for that reasou, ts addition
al caause fur rejoicing. It has proven to him of
bow little consequence be is, when opposed to tbe
Republican party. For personal reasons, be op
posed the candidate for Governor, knowing the
effect that defeat would have npon tbe party. In
all bis stnjip speeches, he took 'pains to assert
that Hartrauft wonld be beaten by a large major
ity, but that Grant would carry Pennsylvania by
a heavy vote. It was as mnch as to sa'ylj "Hart
ranft will be beaten, because I, Forney,' am op
posed to him; bnt asl, Forney; favor the elec
tion of Grant, he will carry the Stated I, For
ney, and the other bolting' RepntHiesns, have
had the conceit taken out of tliern,'sml know
just, wbst they amount a, as diaorgaalzprs.
Gubebsatohul AEGUMESTSDown at Tope-
ka, they are bat ing a good deal ml fun overThad.
Walker's style of arguuient. They say'bc is hon
estly of the opinion that Iioth Grsulcy and him
self will be elected, slid proves it in a way of his
own.. He first lints in about five) "ifs," then
kicks out the "ifs," and axsmncns a nxed fact
the fabric wuicu be Hail used tjii.ni to prop up.
Something like this:
Mf the October elections go in onr fav or, and if
tbe South is nnited fur Gnclc.yaiiil if -New
York votes as has been claimed she will, ami if
the Republicans dc elop no unexpected strength
hereafter, and if the emigration to Kansas since
the last Presidential election has-been mostly
Liberals, there is nothing in the world can pre
vent Kansas from going Liberal, arid Greeley re
ceiving over two hundred Electoral votes. So,
you see, there are over two hundred electoral
votes, including Kansas, for Greeley, without any
shadow of doubt; and with tbisfteavy conceded
odds against them, bow can the .Republicans en
tertain the slightest hope of Grant's re-election!"
And so tbe deluded old eoot goes on stuffing
himself with delusions, aud furnishing food for
merriment for the boys.
Ammunition Wasted. Tbe Republican Slate
Central Committee met atTopekaJlast week, and
among other preceding, passed tbefollowing rus-
"Besoired, That the coorae parsed by tha Learenwnrth
Time enncerainf tbe Reirablioui Stale tlrket ts wbollr un
tiistifiable and arserruic vf tbe severest censor at the
lands of all true Republicans! sad thsttbeeraeralpoIiUcal
cottrst 01 said paper id iae prrseni campaign nss been snen
tA rnlr 11 im lnnf tfrtlir (if thn mdMmim trr mnn.
port of the Republican party afKansas."
We wero present when this was nnder consid
eration, aud suggested that theyjud better leave
it out; that it would but serve to magnify tbe
importance of an otherwise dead duck, and give
him au opportunity to nssnme too role 01 a encap
martyr. It seems the Committee thought other
w ise, and proceeded to waste shot on an auimal
that can but send barkananseoiis smell in return.
I. O. O. F. Tbe Grand Lodge of Odd FeUpws
of Kansas held its annual session' stTopeka, laat
week. The Order is in a flonrisbjiig condition
throughout the State. The. foUunjug offictrs
were elected for the ensuing, year; George W.
Martin, of Junction City, Grand -Master; L. J.
Dallas, of Baldin City, Deputy-Grand' Master;
Sidneys. Smith, of Colnmbns, Granfl Warden;
Samuel F. Burdett, of Iavenwnrth, Grand Sec
retary; James S. Crow, of Leavenworth, Grand
Treasurer; Fred. Speck, of Wyandotte, Grand
Representative to the Grand Lodge of the United
States. . k
ty The New York Tribune, the morning before
the Pennsylvania election, exhorted the Liberals
to force a prompt connt of the vote. " Give them
time," it exclaimed, "to hear in Philadelphia
what is needed from them, to counterbalance the
majority with which Buckalew comes into the
city," and the necessary nnmber would be forth
coming. Well, they got tbe count with a prompt
ness that shonld satisfy them; but it was a joke
on the Republican scoundrels who were holding
themselves in readiness to commit the frauds,
when Buckalew came np to Philadelphia with a
majority fifteen thousand less than nothing!
ry Those pnre" Reformers" in Pennsylvania,
John W. Forney, Andrew G. Cnrtin, Eli Slifer,
Titian J. Coffey, el ah, who undertook to defeat
the Republican State ticket, knowing that the
effect npon the nation wonld be to dishearten the
Repnblicans and elate the Democrats to such an
extent as to insure tho election of Greeley, mnst
think, by this time, that this- is not a good year
for "reform." -
17 A statement recently went tbe ronnds of
the press, to the effect that, nnder a late law of
Congress, tbe ballots for members of Congress
must be deposited in a spparaKli'Troin that in
which the State and local tickets are placed.
This is sltogeihera mistake, for wbich there is
no foundation. Tor CongressnSiSrejtoted for
on the same ticket with all the other candidates.
CP" The Rpnhliea.ir State Central Committee
have sent nut a copy of a'corrected State Ticket,
with the names srwQedandytrranged as they
should be onnneTlrnW-ythA week insert tbe
ticket according to the authorized copy. All tbe
papers shonld do thessme, and see that the bal
lots are printed after the same, copy, in order to
avoid errors and confusion.
CF" Tbe Liberals cannot cease v rejoicing over
the resqjt oftbe Georgia eleetin,.the only victo
ry they have gained since the formation of their
party. It is quite appropriatelhst the State
containing the Andersonvilleprison-pen, should
give a "Liberal" majority equajfto the number
of Union soldiers who were starved and murdered
ry Gen. Hartrauft was sinirltd ont as the ob
ject of the Liberal, Democratic, and sore-head
Bepublican abnse, in the .BrrsftagmMia canvass,
and the people replied to "it "by givinR him tbe
'largest majority of' any"eandi4ston the ticket
Tom. Osborn baa Iwniaaadeasimllsrtsrgetin
this Stats snd tho people WlH Make a like res
ponse. -. i."i
7 D. R. Anthony has beod' nominated for tbe
Legislaturerin one of the Leavenworth Districts,
by some sort of chicanery. The best advice we
can give tbe Republicans of .thai. District, is to
vote against him. If there Is oprcspeet of elect
ing a Beanbliean over him, asaksa sore thing of
it by voting for the Liberal candidate,
sTWe do-not bear that Greeley svmtemplatee
peddling his Chasm la tbeWest any more, this
Fall. The speculation panned ont so poorly in
Pennsylvania Ohla.anriMiaaa, that he Is some,
what disgusted with tbe Cbssm business.
VT The Tepeka. hotels are serving their guests
,wi Kansas brook tron." They are rery good;
but-a'p yhU-way, we rail thsss nat-tsh. .. .
- - '
t& Posey Connty, IndiaauHglTas a.UrgeRe-publlcan-gain
Evert Hoojpele' Township can
not tfttDacb. "Uberalism.
rfehc Fl-ieta mt Use Opprcswetl.
Astraogerwonld have been led to think, from
tin way Jndge Price bellowed about it itthe
piece of a Convention, Wednesday, that he was
the champion of the weak and humble; that bis
whole soul was bent npon seeing equal and exact
justice done to all. Judge Price is a great friend
of free and uiitranrmeled franchise when be is
to be the gaiuer by it. Let ns review a little rem
Judge Price came out of the army in 1861, for
the pnrpose of running for the Senate, in the in
terest of Tom Cwing, snd against Gen. Lane.
There was sn'opeu field, without a Convention;
the Anti-Lane candidates fur the Senate were
Price and Frank DreunTng; the Lane candidates
were W. J. Orem, of Wolf River, and J. T. Lane,
of Iowa Point. There was really a decided Anti-
Lane majority in tbe Connty. In October, less
thana.month before the election, the Price Raid
occurred, and the people were called ont en masse.
While the Doniphan County militia were camped
At Atchison, in an open field, under a terrible
snow-storm, Price made his appesrsnee, for tho,
pnrpose of delivering a political barrangne. He
detained those soldiers there, in that storm, for
two mortal hours, declaring the Rsid a hnm
bng, and advising the men to disband and go
borne, as the whole thing wss au electioneering
trick of Jim Lane's. He had not ceased speaking
over fifteen minutes, before dispatches came or
dering the militia to move without delay, as the
rebel forces wcri near our border. The men did
move, heartily cursing the 1'r'cr in front aud the
Price in the rear Pap IViie, anil the Price who
Shortly after the return of the maliiia, thoehc
tion occurred; and it was ujt-Iiill work to indnie
those men to Vote for Prlo. He w.ut hiavily
seratcbed, aud the result w:i". Dnniiiiig bail a
considerable majority rr Orem, while Price
"barely received a .majority fit the Comity. The
Legislature had passed au act, the Wiutcr previ
ously, eutitliug. the Kansas soldiers to opou polls
in the army, and to vote for State officers, and
for County officers in tbe Counties from which
they bad volunteered. This soldier vote did not
affect Drenning, but it elected Lane over Price.
Then it was that Jndge Price's heart gushed
for the rights of the poor soldiers who win-out
in the field facing the nriuy. lie illustrated his
desire to protiit the rights of the humblest liti
zens. He went to Topekn, and applied to tlTc
Supreme Court for a writ of mandamus to couipc 1
the State Canvassers In reject the vote of the
soldiers, and give him a irrtiliiatc of election,
npon the groiindth.it the l.in alloniug soldiers
to vote was unconstitutional! He urged a tech
nical legal quibble, to disfranchise our soldiers,
because they w ere from home fighting the enemy,
instead of at home running for office, like himself.
And he bung around there during half the ses
sion of the Legislature, begging the Senate to
disregard the votes of the soldiers, and admit
him to a seat! This Is the benevolent iudiviual,
who shells tears over the refusal to let two or
three men, whose politics and residence were un
known, vote at a primary election, because they
arrived after the polls were closed, tho judges
refusing to be governed by Judge Price's time!
Fixing Things Up. The men who command
ed the delegates oftbe piece rf a Convention up
stairs in the Court House how to Vote and who
to nominate, are uot exactly happy. Even be
fore the Convention assembled, they offered to
sellout Boney Wood, if the friends of ouoofthe
candidates would remain in the Convention, and
submit to tbe contemplated outrages. The servile
obedience of Prof. Gage's friends in tho Conven
tion, is no protection to that candidate's inter
ests; for the same men havo been to a pn.iniucnt
Liberal with tbe proposition, that if ho will se
cure tlm nomination of the Liberal Convention
for himself for County Superintendent, mid havu
the Convention endorse Price for tho Senate, they
will cuter Intothe arrangment.and let Gage slide.
They are now scheming to frighten Rav. Bowman
off of the track, for Probate Judge, in order to
take np a man who is supposed to inflnencc more
votes, and those votes Liberal. As their big gun
said, "I told them it wonld not pay ns to try to
buy np that il d Methodist influence."
So it goes. After hav ing their Convention all
their own way, aud the Convention making cer
tain nominations, ono or two men propose to sell
them ont or shove them off of the ticket, for pur
poses of their own. Ev ery other candidate must
be sacrificed, if need be, to secure Price's election.
Wo wonder how many Republicans in this Coun
ty will endorse snch doings!
The Elections. The result of the elections,
last week, has not been materially changed by
latcr figures. Ohio stands abont as reported.
Indiana elects Hendricks Governor by about 800
majority, add also elects the Democratic candi
date for Superintendent of Pnblic Instruction by
a small majority. The balance oftbe State ticket,
the two Congressmen at large, and the Legislature,
are Republican. Pennsylvania gives a Republi
can majority of almost 36,000, and the Republi
cans gain very largely in Congressmen.
C7Rev.C.W.Denison,i superannuated dead-
beat, is one of the principal hands In furnishing
Greeley slander-mills with fabrications against
prominent Republicans This Denison is a crea
ture who always attaches himself to dead or dy
ing bodies and is in bis proper place in the Gree
ley party. He was a shining light in that smart
crowd who cast 1300 votes for Daniel Webster for
President, in Massachusetts, in 1853, several
weeks after he was dead.
7" It is a somewhat singnlar cirenmatance,
that all the election frauds throughout the coun
try, are always perpetrated by the party opposed
to Horace Greeley. For years the 7rise has
been bowling against the frauds of the Democrat
ic party; bnt this year, since Greeley has joined
the Democracy, the Repnblicans are committing
all tbe frauds Poor old man! It is too bad that
be should always he kept down through fraud!
f& Tbe Delegates of Centre and Wsyney
Townships met on Wednesday afternoon, and
placed A. Low, of Donlpban, In nomination for
Representstive of tbe'Second District. As there
was no dispute abont the delegstes of this Dis
trict, Mr. Lowe's nomination was fairly made,
and he is therefore tbe regular nominee'; altbongh
be gave bis vote to aid the perpetration of the
outrage in the Connty Convention.
FT The New York Jribunenod other Democrat
ic organs bad a favorite bobby that tbe Peniten
tiary was brought to the aid of the Republican
ticket in Pennsylvania. Since tbs election, there
are so msny penitent Liberals wbo are scrambling
bsck Into tbe party.tbat there will lie a great
increase of penitentiary aid in November.
ty We heard an old fossil Republican contend
ing, tbe other day, that Greeley had not changed,
bnt waa laboring in the same old cause he al
ways did. He has been trying, for msny years
to beat tbe Democrats snd is now trying to beat
them, by becoming tbeir candidate, with a flat
tering prospect of success .
iy James' F. Legate and C. R. Jennison have
been nominated for tbe State Senate, by the Re
pnblicans of Leavenworth County. It is report
ed that they hired Anthony to abuse them, in or
der to insure, tbeir nomination, and that they
have again hired him to keep it np, tncnake their
! Thaddeoa H. Walker is building him a fine
residence, on the corner opposite the Capitol
Square, in Topeka. Too see, be wants to be han
dy to his business when he is elected Governor.
Perhaps be can rant it to Osborn, and move on to
one of his tarns!
ry If the Hutchison Aeas thinks thst the Chief
is engaged in such a terribly nasty fight, perhaps
it had better keep its nose ont, until it Is called
upon, unless it has a hankering for poking its
nose into nasty places.
First KcpreseattMlve aViatrict.
Ten legally elected-Delegates of Iowa and Wolf
River Townships comprising two-thirds of the
entire delegation, met in this place, on Wednes
day, and placed in nomination J. H. Long, of
Wolf River, for Representative of tbe First Dis
trict. Mr. Long is ono of the oldest and bc-t cit
izens of Wolf RiverTpwnship, and oneof the truest
Repnblicans He should be elected, as we believe
be will be, by a decisive majority.
On tbe same day, Martin B. Bowers of Whits
Cloud, was nominated for tbe same position, by
tbe remaining five delegates (including Mr. Bow
ers bimselfOto whose numbers hsd been added
two defated candidates for Delegstes from Wolf
River Township. Mr. Bowers is a carpet-bagger,
who has resided in tbe County but little over tbe
time required to gain citizenship. His borne is in
Brown Connty, where be expects to return next
Spring. He moved to White Clond, for the pur
pose of getting the contract for building the new
school-house; and when that is "done, he will
pocket his profits return home, and leavethe peo
ple to pay the taxes aud foot the bill. Before be
had gained a residence in the County, he was
scheming for the nomination ss Representative.
There is no donbt as to his Republicanism; but
there are men in the District who are eqnally
good Republicans whose interest are in the Dis
trict, and who have been there long enough to be
acquainted with the wants oftbe people.
Bnt the greatest objection to Mr. Bowers is tho
fact that he received the nosilnation as the price
of his treachery to friends who confided In him.
There wero two parties in the recent primary
elections. One party carried the election by a vote
of three to one, and could bare done better by a
little effort. Mr. Bowers' nanss was on their tick
et, with his knowledge and, consent. He knew
the differences existing between tho twojmrties
and littered nut a wnnl, to 'ndicafe that he was
not eartily with them, "JHuiew, as well as
man could know, what' t lief majority indicated,
and what was the will of those who elccfeil him.
Yet tbe polls were scarcely closed before he began
to give signs that he had deceived his friends
when it was too late to retrieve the mistake.
Parties in Troy knew and boasted of it, the next
day, that White Clond was sold on ono of their
Delegates; and Mr. Bowers' action, throughout
the Conv eution,proved that they were wofully sold.
He may try to explain away 'bis unaccountable
conduct; but whatever may have been his mo
tives he can nev.r convince tho people that he
did not sell out for tho sake of a nomination; aud
he can never rt gain the confidence reposed In him
one week ago. In November, the people of White
Cloud will whisper something to him that will
give him a vivid idea of the estimation they place
upon his conduct.
ft Peterson's Hagaiiue for November is on
our table, ahead of all others. It is an unusually
good number, evsi for'this nrst-class lady's book.
The principal Bteel Platet"AGame Two Cau
Play At," is from an original pictnrr, and is a
capital illustration of one of tho liest sto
rios we have read for months. A promi
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Novelettes two of which appear in this number,
"Lindsay's Lnck," by Fanny Hodgson, and
"BonghtWith A Price," by Mrs Ann S. Steph
ens, both very far superior to the continued sto
ries to be fonnd in magazines, generally. But, at
a cotanporaru taut, the ttoriet,Jht fashions, the pat
terns, in short, eterulhing in Peterson it the best of
Hi tind. The price of this Magazine, too, is anoth
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13 The. Republican majority in Pennsjhania
is over 35,000. This h pretty inmli of a ilampi r
upon the Liberal howl of "Fraud!" They all
conceded a Republican majority of four or fire
thonsandnn Philadelphia, where they claim the
fraud was committed. But if tho whole vote of
Philadelphia were thrown ont, tho majority would
still be 15.000. Pittsburg and the whole of Alio
ghany County conld then be thrown out also,
leaving a majority of 5,000 in the "rural dis
tricts." It is a sad word, but tho only one that
will express the situation, and that word must
be used the Liberals in Pcnusylvaiiia are badly
t"9 "We havo no grand fizzles," was the asser
tion contained on a poster sent ont by the Liberal
State Central Committee. There was a de.il of
truth in it, Tbsir fizzles have generally been ex
ty P. I. B. Ping, a lawyer of Southern Kansas,
was severely injured, the other day His Initials
being too heavy for tbe balance of his name, tip
ped him up against the ceiling, and battered the
top of bis head.
VST "Cnrtin to the front!" Is what theGreo
leys exclaimed, when the great whiskey-destroyer
took tbe stump against Hartranft. The Penn
sylvania Repnblicans have dropped the Cnrtin.
Es" Boss' Paper complains that tbe Postmasters
in Kansas "pigeon-hole" it, In order to keep Its
brilliant arguments' from the'people. It is entirely-
mistaken in the kind of hole.1
CF In Osage Connty, William Whistler Is run
ning for office; in Jefferson County, John noller
ie a candidatai.wJiLkiD Jhiphan County, Asa
Hellow is on the track.
jf We have long knosiiUhat the women were
for Grant; therefore, wearenot surprised to see
the announcement in the papers, almost daily,
" Bets for Grant," rr r- y
7 A Mr. Dnnnoek has been delivering a lec
ture in Indians "Sermons in stoues" is bnt an
other way of ssying "a lecfdreby Dnnnoek."
tdTF. R.Oggis a candidate on the Republi
can ticket in Johnson County, He is no croaker.
try "Fanny Fern," tbe wife of James Parton,
died in New York, on tbe 9th jnst.
D. R. A-fTHOXT. Tbe Leavenworth Jisms
pulls down the name of Tom Osborn, and hoists
that of Toad. Walker, tbe mongrel. Anthony
has at last struck his gait, and is now bound to
rites Western Spirit. -
It. was generally believed by prominent men in
the State that if D. R. Anthony was defeated for
Congress be wonld bolt the Republican nomina
tions. So far as we are concerned we are glad
be is gone. Tho Republican party can well af
ford to lose him. Many prominent men in tbe
State have already signified tbeir willingness to
let bim go where be belongs Anthony is smart,
bnt he lacks a balance wheeL Something is
wrong In his upper story. Under more fsror.
able circumstances he conld have been one of the
leading men of oar state and nation. As it is, he
most sink to political obscurity. Farewoll, D,
B-, you have buried yourself so deep that nothing
bnt Gabriel's trunip will resurrect you. Hslast
When Cass was going borne io Detroit, before
bis defeat in 1818, John-Van Bureuaaid. "they
riR """J bolB0 hy the way of Cleve
land." They took Greeley borne by tbe ssme
mute the other day. '.
The 'Lafayette (Ind.) Dispatch (Democratic)
confesses tbo defeat of Its party at tbe November
election and hauls down the hae?tf Greeley
Death op Hovev F. Lowmax. Mr. Hover
E. Low man died in Waverly, N. Y., on the 27th
nit. sir. lxicuian was at ono time conneciea
With the press of this city, being one of the edi
tors and iroprietors of tbe State Jbsrsal at
tbe time of the Quantrtll raid. Shortly after
that occurrence he, removed East, engaging In bus
iness in Saginaw. He returned to Kansas abont
eighteen months Wince, and wss for a short time
connected with the- Leavenworth Xisies and af
terward with tbe Lawrence Tribune. He was
not fortuuate in hia associations snd soon left
tbe State again.
Mr. Lowmau left a wife and several children.
The oldest person iu Kansas was buried at Junc
tion City last Suuday. It was a colored woman
named Mrs. Dumber. She was between 103 and
101 years of age. Her son wbo lives in Junction
City, and w ho is himself 75 years old, says thst
she was upward of 103, though he cannot tell tbe
exact month in which occurred her birthday.
She was a good, pious idd ladv, having been a
member of tho Baptist church for half a century.
S. F. Burdett, of Leavenworth, has been elected
Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fel
lows for the elev enth time. The "one-term prin
ciple" dou't work worth a ceut in his case.
A colored man iu Allen Connty has raised two
thousand pounds of tobacco on two acres of land.
The tobacco is of good quality and will clear him
$250 an acre.
The Fort Scott feso lias taken down the Greeley
ticket, and now supports tho national and local
A colony of twenty-fix r families are on the way
from Pennsylvania to Osage City. They will
settle near I. udou.
The Elseworth Reporter says: About one
o'clock Sunday morning a fire was discovered in
Saudersnn &. White's livery stable. It spread
rapidly, and si n wrapped the building in flames
A few saddles wers throw n out, and some harness,
but not all. Five horses were burned to death,
and another one was so severely burned before it
was pt ont of the fire that it had to be killed.
Two f the horses mil v belonged tn Saudersnn &
White, the others to different parties.
We learn from tho Walnut Valley Tietopfthe
4th insf., that on tho Wednesday attenioon pre
v ions a man bv the name of John Itradshaw, re
siding on Whitewarrr, near Towanda, without
jnst eanso or provocation, drew his revolver and
shot Thomas Griffith fonr times once through
tbe shoulder and three times through the loner
pirts of the body snd thighs. Thos Griffith came
to this State from Victor, Iowa, (where he has a
wife mid four children,) last May, and had but
a slight acquaintance with Bradshnw. The shoot
ing occurrid at Tonanda. Bradshaw escaped,
and is not vet captured. Griffith was alive on
the night of the 3rd inst., with fair prospects of
Mr. W. W. Strong mured to Thayer last week,
rented a house, and nil Thursday was preparing
it for occupancy. While moving a cupboard oMt
of thn comer, an old shnt-gmi l.ving on top was
jostled oil aud discharged, I ho contents entering
Mr Brown's face on thn right side, severing Ins
jngl.ir vein and killing him instantly.
The Burlington Patriot gives the particulars of
a lie.irl-reniling arciileiit mat occurred last Mar
nnlay to a partv of immigrants between the Ver
digris riv eraud Willow creek, Grten wood County.
There were some three or four trams and wagons
in company, en route to southwestern Kansas
with two men on horseback. The wagon iu the
lead was drawn by a pair of mules aud contained
a man and his fiuiilv, consisting of his wifn and
one small ihild. The wagon was pretty wilt
filled with furniture, and the two men on liorso
back were just ill advance of the wagon. One
of them saw a chicken near by, and suddenly fired
at it just as the woman in the wagmi had arisen
and was standing with her. back tn the team,
adjusting a teat for lur child. Tbo shot frighten
el the mule team, and they gavo the wagon a
sudden lurch, pitching the woman forward to the
whifiletrees, and tho team moved off. She. fell tn
the ground, and then tho wagon passed diagouallv
aiross her head, near the ear, crushing the skull
to fragments and producing instant death.
A man by the name of Nini. Wright, who lited
near Winlield, committed suicide at that plate
I.iit Sunday night, by taking laudanum.
A colour of about TOO families is preparing to
.settle in the vicinitv of Coon creek, which is on
the A., T. A. S. F. R. R , about fifty miles west of
Many rattle in Miami Connty are dj ing of " mad
iti h." i us d by frilling hogs and cattle together
iu the same lot with green com.
One of the belles of Leavenworth said ton
gentleman caller the other night: "The innimii
tnesarf terrible: 1 wish yon conld see my back."
"I wish I could," was the quiet reply.
The A.. T. &. K. K. railroad is being pushed rap
idly up the Arknnasrivrr, the western end now
being some lifl.v miles l&vond Dodge. The road
will naill the wrst lino of the State within a few
wr-ks, w licit mnch of thcNcw Mexico freight w ill
Tho Wiiliita Kajle savs the shipment of rattle
from that place is ou tliu increase rather than
fallmgotr. Proni ono thousand to tifteru hundred
bead are daily slopped. Many of the cattle am
shipped to the central aud northern portion of
the Slate for wintering. I
Tho Burlinirtnii Chronicle reports that Osace
,City isin sackiloth and ashes over the mysterious
disappearance ofC. W. Ryns, a prominent nier
chantof that plate. He, withaXIr. IJartlet, oftbe
same palcce, about two weeks since took boiiio
$10,000 worth of tattle to Chicago, and Ryns was
last heard of about tbe time a sale of the same
was effected. The distressed people of Osage City
have enpeiuted a committee of one and placed a
star on'his breast, aud with this bumble yet sig
nificant insignuof anthorit), sent him to ascer
tain, if possible, tha whereabouts of tbe absent
Owing to somo domestic dificnlty, Mr. Arm
strong's wife of Wyandotte, left him and went to
hoard with John Pflager. This caused a serious
disputo between the two. which ended ill Arm
strong threstcniug to take the life of Pflager at
thn first opportunity. Last Tuesday night about
10 o'clock Pflager was aroused from bis slumbers
by some iudiscrimiuateshooting through his bouse.
Several ride balls passed through, fortunately in
juring no person ; an attack was then commenced
on the building with rocks, and after waiting sev
eral minutes for Pflager to como out Armstrong
finally went home.
Osborn Some Facts Aboct His Removal
Fiiom the Marsiialship. The Mongrel journals
of tho state are circulatinga "cock and bull" sto
ry about Mr. Osborn hav ing lieeu in the "Indian
ring" which attempted to prevent the impeach
ment of Andrew Johnson. This charge is suf
ficiently answered by the fact that Johnson re
moved Mr. Osborn from the position of U. S.
marshal. But there is a littlerirrnmstance con
nected with his removal that should, if possible,
place him still higher iu the estimation of the
people. It will be recollected by nianv that both
Pomeroy and Ross aud especially the latter
wero somewhat embittered against O-born, be
cause of bis opposition to them in thn senatorial
contest of that winter. Mr. Ross recommended
his brother-in-law, Charley Whiting, and suc
ceeded in seenring his appointment; for, J on
know, nepotism was not a crime in those days.
Aniftit.nr tweibeforeJlr-Osbont'srrraoval, lieu
was waited npon by a friend of Mr. Johnson, and
told that if he could assure Mr. Johnson of his
(Osborn's) friendship in the impeachment contest
he wonld be -sustained. He was requested to
consider the proposition and give his answer next
morning. It was a strong temptation. Mr. Os
born bad lost all he possessed by. the failnre of
Gru tier's bank, and the marshalship waa the best
psying position in the state. If such men as
Smith, of thiscity, wonld become embittered by a
failure to seenre an appointment to a land office
position, bow mnch more difficult wonld it have
been for him to let go his hold on a better posi
tion, already in his possession. Bnt Mr. Osborn
was a man of integrity, and his adherence to tbe
Republican party was based npon a belief in tbe
soundness of its principles and not npou the sel
fish motivesof pecuniary benefits. His, answer
wss snch ss we hail reason to expect of bim. He
emphatically decided not to accept the proposi
tion, and his official bead fell from the block.
These are facts withimmr knowledge snd they
eflectnslly dispose of tbe silly charges made
against our next governor. Humboldt Union.
Ktssixo Hot Fo His MoTHEJt A correspond
ent of the Chicago 2risssc, who is traveling with
tho Greeley cirens writing from Jefferaonville,
tells the following pathetic story:
"In tin. crowd were a group of bnxom Hornier
lasses They approached to grasp Mr. Greeley
by the hand, when one said: "Oh, bow I'd like
to kiss yon,' and suddenly threw her arms around
his neck, and before be had time to realize tbe
sitnation she performed the oicnlstory exercise.
Her companions followed suit, the crowd ap
plauded, and Mr. Greeley stood it like a man."
We don't believe a word of it. No Hoosier
lass snd especially a bnxom Hoosier lass would
have been gnilty of making so outrageous an as
sault npon a chaste and modest old man like Mr.
Greeley, snd if tbe assault bad been made, as
alleged, Mr. Greeley would have resented it in a
becoming manner. He wonld have given those
impndent and designing women tn Understand
that he was not one of that kind. -If any bnxom
Hoosier girl shonld approach hint with' so im
proper a proposition as "Oh, how I'd like to kiss
yon," Mr. Greeley wonld have repsodded with
awful emphasis "D n Jon, go-west." Louit
i. 0 .
CsTAITT AJtss TltMll.
Am" rests Jfc- .
We come oeha" the fsnwVGrsat.
The naUon's brave defrjOer.
The vtcVf sbaadn.1 nUds.
Who never will surresdefc
Oar Chitr of State Is food and jrrst.
And tree am la commuaion
nave chosen Wflaoa as Ws juate.
To help hia save tbe Union.
. Then Jota the throng and march alunj.
Far Grant and Wflsna rally;
With rooster, aooj their pnue prolan;
Iron every hill and Tiller.
Let bard and minstrel prondly sing
Ilia grand rrhntfphal marches
And make hu drlc tunwr ring
Throagh all the Union arches.
Till every freeman in the land
Snail catch the Inspiration.
And Grant shall atand mid freedom s band.
The chief, by acclamation.
And TVUsos ton. Is tried and true.
Tho friend of ll who bihsr;
Do renders to each one hu das
And lores him ss his neighbor:
And 'Us his plan to give each man
Fair Play to rise in etstion.
And if he eas place in the van
Tho workers of tho nation.
The people pant to rote for Srant
And Wilson as tbeir h-adera.
And pot to rest - vulture pest.
Then down with . bulk great and small.
The fictions foBsed foe plunder;
And let them falCvond recall
With Ciociunalls blonder. '
Then wake the song In stirring rhymes
And swell the greet ovation
To erect the hero of the-itmre. -
Who nobly Mis hissUUnn :
All hil to Grant, the cnuairr'a pride!
Whose name inscribed in story.
Shall, through all coming time, abide
In rare, unfading glaryl
Then Join tbe throne and march abn
Foruraat and WHaon rally;
With roaatngsong their praise prolong
From every bill and valley.
4 ACAMJ!Aiq-OJC. " ,
Ala iiflai SfAen'Juj."
My friends and I have, talked It n'rr.
And are agreed to stijre no more.
Well go for (tranfaad Wilson bio.
And leave Grata nem. and Crvelry Unit
Cuoais Xiw Huzza' Uands and feet.
Grant and Wusml run t be heat !
Opossum liojs ta full retreat.
That's what Ikftow about tbe left.'
i -u ,
Oh. Greeley wants to rent the farm '
Of - Unele'Sam " a single term,
The irple say il ain't to let.
To help to pay the Behel debt, -
Xow huzza !-d:c
Well giro snotber lease to Grant,
lleesuse he pays, and Greetey can t.
And Wilaoo s goial if Urant should die.
But Urown is bod security.
.2"ow huzza t Ac,
When Jonathan was in distress.
Grant led him through the Wilderness,
And wben he gr t olitJetf in tow.
Twss Greeley let the traitor go!
Xow huzza ! Ac.
rirsses at the race ibis fan.
Will trot with Harry nrtnuFthrm sll
Tbe Greeley lKmbugead in smoke
OS won't it be the, richeot joke I
Xow huzza! Ae.
Then Brown will hare another spree.
For rum snd he do well a;rre.
And llrrsee write a bi ok to treat
On "what I know about my Uatf
Xow huzza ' Handa and feet.
Grant and Wilson ran t be beat !
Opwssum bojs in full trrst,
lm all I know about tbe best.
"TRII'JITH I.w TDK AIR,"
r- The sonml of tbe late triumph in the Maine air is
foil, ringing and rlrar, like the rlaug of a sterl belt on the
midnight air, that Mr. J. J. Utaburn has hanbuniety ren
dered it iutoatine campaign song, which we lind m the
Gaztttt. ss folio a:
Ob. don't you bear the music
Of the Union bo) a,lu I
There s triampb in the air" Utrn !
'Way dov n in Maine.
Crocis Wait for Xovcmber,
Wait for Xovembtr. "
Wait for November;
And we 11 fnuutoA once again.
There Barlelgh. Frve snd Ilerser,
With lisle snd Spratrr lualnr.
Are the lntrtrra in ibe "triumph"
'Way down tn Mslmc '
Wait .VrXovrSsber, Ac
XoGiretaenlk Kimball. ... ,
, vwisrmumpb ii Sl onis
Shonld ran galnt Gov. rerhaui
'Way down in Maine..
Wsit forCoTcmbcr, Ac.
Hurrah for Grant and jWilon.
For OrrrleiV ou Ibe wane,"
And the "IbUl ware" is rolling up
'Way dowo la Maine.
Walt for Xoretiibrr; &c
Yes, wait for next XoMiubtr 5th,
Our heroes well aut-n.
And well tnuruiih as tbe Culon boys
Way down iu Maine.
Wail for Xoreliiber, Ae.
TK.-V E.ITTI.R Bor.TRRSI.
Ten btllo bolters getting into line.
One of tien bolted, and then ibi-re were nine.
Xino little bolters orginJzcd .by hate.
Fought among tbemselres ana then there were fright,
Fight little bolters claimed to be eleven,
Oue couldn t see it, and then there were seren.
Seren little boilers playing sOly tricks
One got disgusted, and then there were six.
Six httle.boltrrs getting,in a hire.
One got stung, and theu there wero fire.
Fire little bolters played a game or "draw,'
One got busted, and then there wero four.
Four little bolters getting np a tree.
One tumbled orer, smfthsn there were throe.
Three little bolters alttlng in the dew.
One got the cholic, and tben there were two.
Two bttle bolters talking very frreler.
One got mad, and the other wont for Greeley.
One little bolter sitting all alone.
Swallowed np bis own self, and then there were none.
gra-vt, rii.a.f, A.1D SJCCCCSJS.
The long roll aonnds from'rueky Maine
To California'a skips."
It echoes orer lake-nod plais ,
A nd bears Jy nation's hope i '
The watehwo atarts from countless hearts
That ready Uid to Mesa.
And one glad ery gcestip the aky
Grant, WUlos and success,
Tbe nation's pulse hetts firm and true.
The country s err Sings clr-
Tbo baunerof the Boys in Blue
Is listed for and near.
The ballot take tbe ewliet'a place;
Again tbe land tneyssre;
Once more the laurels of the race
Above a hero ware, c r
A soldier true, ssrstesman tried
Rln out eaah elMrlomlunne i
Grant stands sritk-.WUosa ejr Us side.
inr. sisnna whs-.w uoow oy man siae,
Litd both onr homage claim.
long roll sounds rrom Rocky Mains
It nSMin loasronut fSsese .
And bears thesatioa hB. -
STATE OPKAXSAS. t
DoxirHAS CevsTT. j
The JSUtt e Kmswut, liuO-ln Trass -lias Presents sksM
KNOW YE. That I. Samuel MsquUken, Sheriff of Don
iphan County. Kmnmim by virtue of authority la mo
vested, do. by this FrocltmsUoa. glow public notice that, on
tho Tuesday sBceeedisg the Oast itoowaj In Xorember, A.
L. 1872. there wilt U bold a General Election, sad the am
eers at thst Urns Ufhe Anoaen are as follows to-wit:
Thraa BersesenlkrrreousCewxTeoS'sGoTeraor. Lleu-Unant-Gerrrnor.
aVmlary of state, an Auditor of Stale,
a Treasurer of Stale, an Attorney -General, n Justice of tbo
Supreme Court, a State Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion. B Senator Irons District Xo. 1. a Probate Judge, a
Clerk of tho District ConrVs County Soporbitendeat of
Public Isatruetioa, a Const? Attorney, s Judge of tho Dis
trie Court for the 8eaoad Judicial District, fire Ejector of
President sad Vice-President of tho United Stales, a Mem
ber of tbo House of BepreeeiuUrea of tbo Legislators from
DlotrietsSo.I.Xe.'CandJIo.j. , ." .
And rosea of electee fee oaideOcer will berecelvedst
UopoBa of each Electisa District is said County.'
There wfll also bo submitted to the electors tho proposi
tions to prohibit stock rnexransisg at largo within tbo
of DoaJnhan CoouWsnd t,. an tk PnM Vm a
tho County, and port has another with tbo proceeds.
In sdUess whereof. I hare herrsnU set mr hand, at my
Oasst Troy, Is'ssld County, this Ilth day of October. A.
"""J " tUMUKI. MAQUIUEE-i,
octt-wi Serlffof Doniphan County, Ksnasa.
Wert gUs-Jiu tqumre.
THIS Rosas has hot been thoroughly refitted aadre
furaiahsd. aad is now es of the best and ssost pleas
ant posee to stop at U the West.
ssose weu ouppueu ww aw swim market aauraa; ta
I aiev ood iMrit.liB mJ S-hS. !
CosrtnientoaailornsniiM-ahow lag goods. Lirrryaad
feedaUbUennrcaiest. ' ".-
Tho ansa is ta) share of Mr. C Alios who arareH taown
Southwest corner of the Public Square, Troy, Kansas.
T OAX MOXET. BtTY XOTKA SELL EXCH IXOE
MJ on principal Cities, bur and sell County Warrant. Gold
Sdrer.it, and Kecelre Deposits. ""uis.crtHa.
lljuljTijl. BODER BROTHERS.
IVortla Side or-Publlc Squtfro,
CHABI.K H1C3BV, Proprietor.
THIS House is Urge and new. and Ls the principal Uote
In tho City. Located In the bonnes, part of lown. and
near tbo Court House- Tho table slwsrs contsin the best
tho market affords. Beds good, snd rooms well furnished.
Attention giren to the wants of all guest.
A good Livery Stable and Wagon Yard adjoining.
J. B. WHEELER, M.D.,
PRACTICAL AXD OPERATIVE SURGEON. Tror,
Kansas. Sperisl attention will be giren to tho treat
ment of Chronic Diseases Disrssrs or the Eye. Ac. Office'
st my residence. IIJuItTIjI.
.ttsoxrxioy- At Io.tjt,
wTILL practice In the Second Jndicial District snd tho
w v Supreme Court of Kansss. Absk. In tbe Countiea of
Platte. Ruchanas Holt and Andrew, in Missouri.
Attorney at Isa,-r-cr,
Office, Souni-EArr Corner Public Square.
PRICE & WEBB,
L.-ttoYxxe-ymt at XLmevxxr,
Otflcr, SotiUtrast'Vorner Publ ( Sovutr.
louKisyt. ? .- - -V t ?-"
I. HI. JOHNSTON,
V.t tornoy at, TLstxw
Ornca West bide Public Squire, in Jeffs rtuXIln' Up
N. B. WOOD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Office, West of Court House.
O'DEISCOLL & GRAY, .
Attorneys and Counsellors at IiaWw
OOlre, srorthrasl Corner Pwblle Hojaiaire.
WILL practise In all the Onrts of the Second Judicial
IHstrict, snd tbe Superior Courts of Kansss.
r. II. nsK-VMSK. JOIL UOLT.
DRENNING & HOLT,
And Real Estate Agents.
offices ix corirr house, troy, and at
TILL practice In all the Courts of the Second Judicial
lusrnrl. (sept. SB, TO.
P. S. SOPER,
Justice of tie Peace and General ConTejancer.
Cllt LECTION'S made, and Taxes pud for non-residents.
Office. West Mile Pcblie Suture, orer Case s Store.
J. F. HAMPS0N,
Tustice of the Peace
TROY, DOXiniAN COUNTY, KANSAS.
COLLECTION'S promptly attrnded to. (Offico at the
Court House.) lljuljTCrl
H. I. SEAVER,
Justice of the Peace, ml Myrtle.
ON'VETAS'CIN'O. aad all kinds of Le-sl writing done-
in tne Drat style, en abort nmticA. June 13. st It.
Justice of tho Peace, Notary rul)licT
WHITE CLOUD, ICAJN-ssa.N.
AXES paid for ion-rriiIrnt-. bn.U .Wattil. and aalm of
rral eaUta made at rraiwitiable rat. Jan. 25. "72.
R. M. WILLIAMS,
"Xotnry Ftililio, Conveyancer,
BE.L ESTATE AGENT.
"WHITE CLOUD, ICAVSAS.
TAXES paid for non residents. lands torstcd. snd sales ot
real estate made st fvssonsble rates. (men. 9, 71.
L. D. STOCKING,
.T E AV E X. L E JZ .
Boom in Boder's Bank, on Main Street,
Clocks, "Wiitcbes anil Jewelry rrnaireiL,
Near Walmai Depot and Steamboat Zssadins;,
"White Cloud, - Kansas.
J. C. TIERCE, Proprietor.
Llrery Stable, Staee and Express Office connected with
the House. sep. 1 73.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Paints, Oils, &c, Ac,
WATHENA, i s ICAIVSAS.
THE attention nf phTnlclana, dalrra,aiil the public gen
mllr. la inritd to the Indamnenta offend U raab
bnvrra. Drnjca. Hc-ikiniM. Oiln. Paint, rutty. Bnubr.
Wlsdov GUaa, Djr Stafla. Pure Wlni and UntMra, at tha
rtry hrwtnt ratsa. 8chnol IVvoIeji. Kiatlonerr, wall Paper,
PSctnr Moaldinea; &4, at a rely moderate adranee on the
manfactnrcT' pricra, lljnljnyl.
MRS. DELAWARE MRS. DATIS.
Will hSrTl nil ill.l samsmce to the Ladles of White
Clood sad Ticinity. that they win. durinr tbe present
esrrv am uuilMtliiM.irA!tmnVisr.R VI:
EKT aad DRESS MAKISO. far all their departairnts
Goods la the Millinery lino will bo kept constantly on hand.
and all work dose promptly, and in tbe latest sad best style.
The urrors of the ladies are respectfully solicited.
Store room, corner of Mala sad Second street. Whits
Clond. Kansss. reh. 8.1872.
J. Y. HOLLEBAIGM,
' FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
(OVER C. If. XOYES STORE,)
WUto Cloud - - - Kansas.
C. G. BRIDGES,
- cite Shoes,
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HASD MADE Boot aad Kboes a specialty, sad pda
sold CHEAP FOR CASH.
Tho dtlsena of the County an invited to call and eiambj
Stock aad Frier. lsjolyTTjl.
Grain and Live Stock,
f. ILL continue, a berrtofore. to pay the top of tho
W market, ta Cash, for all kinds of Grain aad Lire
Stock saltan fcr shipment, la horn quantities or sawn.
ad is always ready for trade. Iljulyrjm.
DOLAN & aUIGG,
-WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
AJTD XTEOLKSALS DEALERS IX
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