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SOL. MILLKB, FaUIahcr.
TwoDoUJMATavs.DiAIvaiKX. lryoientenoold b
nude atrlctly In rinses : otherwise, thente rfUlw year
win b ckucel. at Um diaetttioB of to FabUaher.
1 mo. 1 3 mo. 1 mo. 1 1 year.
Two Square ...........
Tbrr Squarea. .......
Quarter of a Column..
Half a Column
Tor any othor length of time. In accordance, with the
above rate, which apply only, to regular advertlalaf.
Businews cards otS lines or ka,tSa year.
For Legal and transient sdvirtisementa, Uw aqnare
tar tha first insertion, and SO centa per aqnare for each aab
aequent insertion. .
, JlpeclalXotiee. win be charred 50 percent extra: and
editorial adTertlaemesU and personal onrnmmi (rations,
doable price. . . n
Eight lino of eolld Koopareil make one aqnare. All
fractions of half a square and orer.are counted aa a fall
Advertisements requirlne to be certMed to. wffl be
jbnrsed the coat of certify&s. ' addition to tberesular
Tranalent advertisements moat be paid for Invariably la
advance. . . .,
fyjOB WORK ofaU sleds em abort notice."
lowlis the time wUl admit, .all Job 'Work moat be paid
for when taken nun the office.
S. TL. rETTESCIM. ft CO, 37 Park Eow.
3E0RGEP. BQaTaOJLaLCO.. 40 Park Bow. are oor only
authona-d ASvertianiE Arenta In i'ew Tort
ffaimaxnsuSionK. St torn.
OooCOoaXTCx Co, Chtcaja.
aMMCTPMAX CwsTNTT BIBKCT.BV.
JadeeM Judicial Diatrict P. L. Hcmuui.
Osontv Conrmhedonera-Joiui a. Hull, Iltxir Srxxix,
Sheriff earnou. Vtumasx.
Treaanrer 3Ubt Tksct.
Coonty OlerhCiiaaica lUrrxusx.
3)atxicta3efk axaxK Brow.
(County Attornc. JoaX nocr.
Probst. Jodro Jorx C Go now.
lUaialarnfTTmrli Desna HcIiml
aScnool Koprriatrndait D. V. Baowv. '
Coroner L.T. IIouami.
Surveyor His r Wiuox.
T- O. 0. P.
WniTE CLOUD IflDGK. Xo. C. I. O. of
O. V meets at Odd Fellows' HalL aectmd
atoryefYaa Bnskirk's lluildlny. Vain Street, every Sat
sardsy evening, at o'clock. Una hers in good standing are
cordially Invited to tUI the Lodge.
S. 3f. PEBEr. X. c.
Gtoaca W. Pike, R. 8.
HIGHLAND LODGE. Xo. 67. I. O. a F.. meets every
Saturday ntchL In the mom mrr Mvere A Close.'. Dnrg
Store, Illghlsnd Kanaaa. F. M. CXKEFEI X. G.
.. . ifiKrrre. 1L 8.
A. F. & A. M.
nrnrra cijud lodge. Xo.t, a. f. is. a.
M- meeU at their HaR third atory of Weelu'
JJoiMise, va the Leree. on Wednesday night, on or before
ae ruu juoon. in eacn monin. ana erery two weeas inere
K. M. WILLI AilS. W. SL
C W. SniiiTr, Src'y.
G. A. R.
I'liil. Kearney Post, So. 7X. Grand Army of the
Eenablic mieta on the first Tuesday ermine f
each month, at the City HaU. White Clond.
B. M. WILLIAMS. Post Commander.
Alchlaawj ma4 It eatraiafca Railway.
J!ou Tabid As. 10. Utio tfttt aVplrnarr lit 1872.
DAILT, EXCEPT SCJfDAYS.
HMEi. FrrtoU. TaOtGtf At.
Atchison. 1 JO p. ra. 8. p. m. 10 JS a. m.
TrojJuncti.m, liM "
llljhUu.l SU. 12.21 "
Iowa Point, 1203 P- m.
White Cloud, ll.ti "
Gibraltar. 11J3 -
BaloY, Neb. 11S0 -
FalUCIty, 10J1 "
Halem. 10 32
lJawson'a, 10-11 -
Humboldt. 9J3 "
Table Buck. 9.S8 -
0 3.03 "
12.-03 p. m.
X& Creek. 9 03
Teenmaeh, 1 45
Slerlinc. m 7.30
- - . alB.10 -
. Firth. 7.-S8 " 8J0
Hickman, 6.43 - .20
HJUUo, (.-26 " 7J3 -
Lincoln, 6.00 a. m. 7.20 a. m.
. j. tl . .UOtXO XOBTB. v ,
FoBm (My Ac rrtvjM. 3IaU Ex.
Atchwon, 4.30 p.m. Uoa.ni. Ii25p.ni.
Vuuiphan, 5.-00 " SM " 12.43
Brenner. &23 " 9M - i "
7roy Junction. 5:45 - 9J0 " 1.17
J " 0-605 ' dlfrlO
.Fanning. 6J3 - 10J9 " IJ6 "
Highland SUUon. 6 43 " 1(J0 " 1 44 -
. Iowa Point. 7.15 - 11.15 " 2.CJ -
" White Clood, 7.40 ollJS " 2.17
d8.-00 dlilO "
GibralUr. 8.18 " 12J0p.m. 2J1 "
Kulo Y, Nebraska, 8-40 " liiS - 2.44 -
Bole. 9-00 "
Fafcily. .M.- g; J"I
iawS- " ; yz
Humboldt. 3. J-a
Table Bock, "3 " 4,43
KESL- tS :
rUerlinc . x
Ml " 7.13 -
9a!0 " 7J5 "
9:3 - 7.36 "
ltt05 8 20p.m
LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC C6IHTV COJ(.
A Liberal and Democratic Conrty Conrention, wUl be
hold at Troy, Doniphan County. Kanaaa, on Saturday. Or.
tober 19th, at 11 o'clock, a. m, for the pnrpoae of placing In
nomination candlda'ea for the following County offices !
One State Senator.
One Probate Judge.
One Clerk of the Court.
One County Attorney.
One Superintendent of ruhlle Inst ruction.
TheSeTeral Townships will be entitled to delegates, aa
follows: Iowa Hi Wolf BWer s Centre, 7; Wayne, Si
I BnrrOak.3; Washington. 6; 3larion,3.
Primary elections will be bold In the serenl Townahlpa,
n Thursday, October 17th, at 2 o'clock p. m.
By order of the County Central Committees.
L. A. POTTER, I Chairmen.
W.ILXKSBIT, J Chairmen.
H. S. Bus, 8ec'y.
DuTiCCTm raaiaia Fibil On Saturday, an exceeding
ly destruetiro fire occurred at the Junction of the Denrer
and Atchison and Nebraska Ballroada, caused, doubtless,
by sparks from the locotootlrsa. The dry grass first
caught, and the fire extended to the farm of lira. Berry.
burning np several large atacka of hay. and a largo amount
of com In the field. We also noticed a field of young wheat
scorched down, by the fire getting among the dry grass
scattered among it- The loss win be considerable.
Gux-Tlf Tims at ATCHWcwOn Wednesday. October 23d.
there win bo a grand Republican Mass steeling and Bask.
et Pic-nks at 'Atchison, with a torchlight procession at
night. A cordial Invitation la extended to all Bepablleana
tobepresent, Speeches will be made by T.DwIgbtTheen
er. Ex-LIeutenaatGoTernor Green, L S. Kalloch, CoL J. C.
Carpenter, Senator Pomeroy, John J. Ingalla. C. G. Foster.
John II. Price, Judge A. H. Horton, and others.
AB persoaa wbo haro promised C G. Bridges wood, or
who wish to bay their Boots and Shoes for wood, are re
quested to bring It Immediately. Nothing but good, hard
wood la wanted, for which, ts.00 per cord wfll he paid.
Buy your PalnU already mixed. Shepherd keeps
the Enamel Paint, readj for Immediate use, thus earing
... . S 1 ! iln.n.l m will
time and laoor in mixing, wwuw .fc 4, .. - -.
eorer more aarface with aame body and leas labor than any
other Paint toown
-LiaTiswOOT Stati Xomat Saooi---Tbe first
tennwia commence on Wedneaday, September 4th. ItU
desired that every teacher to theStaU send for eaU
togue. Addre-. JonWwugu.
f St. U.ve.-ortfc, Kan.
a J -. M-JI tan.).!, nf Cam WUlted. JOT
which tb. high. mark P- - P- ta-."?S!
for gooda. at the lowert rate by S. Silverman. KewTor
Store, Troy. Kanaaa. . eUwX
CoL John C. Carpenter. f Xeoak, C-ntjivwai
.peak at Troy. Thursday. October 4th and at White
Clond. Friday. October Sitb-ln the evening, we presume.
CoL Cpenterlaaco k.dalmldaT. .Urg
iRtVaUATtcnL-Tk. Preabytery of Highland irffl meat
in the rrosbyterian Chnrch, at Troy, ea Thursday. ta
wvar hald csiurch. Sermon by Jtar. Edward Cooper, or
jtu.n!lmiil tota yea earn law a cigar
of'skeplierd aacood aa any eagir aold for iaa oeaovany
wBTealaeln town tact.
. Larc"atk of Initial Not. Paper, jut recatt4at
SnepbenTa. (l .
" , yiawJaesmTtaataapkajslV-lrylti
fc"HATr5o&iira Faaaa-Laat wae, famlag
postera wira struck np aver town, aanoundal tkal a Gree
ley and Brown meeting would be held in Troy, on Friday,
the 11th, at S o'clock, p. m, to which everybody wan lavlt,
edtocomcand bring htejHeads. TbefoIIowmg genOe
aaea wooM poalUvrly bo her to apeak i Hon. f . B. Walk
er.Hoa. G.W.GCck, Boa.B.P. Waggener. Hon.lL J.
Parrott. Hon. Tboa. P. Fenloa. Hon. Nelson Abbott, Oen.
B. BMltcbeU, Boa. William Larimer. Capt-.J. S. ilc
Clnro, Hon. Samuel A. Blgga. Hon. A. Tboman, Dim. Par
dee Butler, and sticri.
Two o'clock came, bat not the speakers. The expectant
Liberals aald they did not care about holding day meetings,
but that the speakers would come and the rally be held at
night. But night canM, and bo apeakrrs the Court House
waa not even lighted np. Xelthrr did the people come and
bring their friends. It U a mistaken Idea that the speak
ers were limbered by the election nswa from the East.
They were kept away by a concatenation or a conjunction
ofnnprnpIUoaacIrenmatancea. We speak authoritatively,
whoa wo aay that the several TJcmorsbles, Generals, Cap
talna, Ac, were kept away by the following causes :
Thad. Walker waa oat paying np the back taxes on bis
wild Ian da.
Glkk waa expecting a new variety of blooded hogs, and
Waggener waa astraddle of lbs fence, considering wheth.
er or not to follow out his original Intention of supporting
Parrott had tha "bronchitis."
Faolon waaaahamed of the outfit, ami didn't want to
Nelson Abbott waa dodging a landlord, to avoid a little
Hltchell didn't come, because rVooldn't apeak.
Larimer had J sat received a lever from Horace Greeley,
and was busy trying to decipher vl
at cClure stsld away, because lie waa ashamed to ahow
the lame foot got la the service of his country, in such a
It waa Blgga daynffsstiag and prayer over the nepo
tism and corruption of Graat'a Administration.
Tboman aaw an 'opportunity to perpetrate a ateal on the
State, and he embraced it.
Pardee Butler waa treed by an old gander.
The efaerr were nz Iromm aaraus
And so tbry didn't bare their grand Utile.
Srutr Bcsotm YorjTev "Have year biota ahlned I"
asked a ragged urchin aa .a. gentleman, the other day.
"How duch do yea charge P asked the geqUrman. "poly
five to ten centa," replied the boy. Up went the foot, the
boy rubbed away.k and when bo had brought out a bright
glone, the gsntleman handed., him ten cents, remarking
that it waa worth that sum. That'e not enough." inter
posed the boy, "the bargain waa for fifteen centa." "Why,
you little rascal," exclaimed the gentleman, "you said you
would charge only fire or ten crntaJ "No, I didn't," re
plied the lad : "I said only five to ten cents and when yon
put n re to ten cents, it mates fifteen!" ne got his money.
The last stroke of economy has Just come to one no
tice. The National Republican Committee send out heaps
of documents, with the frank of J. H. Piatt, M. C, on the
envelopes, but without any address, leaving It for the State
Comniitteea to put on the direction. Some lorlog awala la
this County has been In the habH of carefully removing
the clocnmenta from the envelf pes inserting love-letters to
hla lady-Uiva, re-aeallng them, anaeuding them off under
the frank of J. H. Piatt, M.C.1 It las earing of stamps,
but we are not prepared to aay that a public document en
vilope ia the handsomest thing la the world In which to
enclose a love-letter.
X. Stxttzx A Skmiav, 321 Commercial street, the
leading Dry Goods and Clothing House in Atchison, offer!
their tremendous stock of goods at greatly reduced pticea.
Extremely large stock of Woolen goods, Flannrla, Blank
ets. Cajtalmrres, Jeana, Ac nandsome new atylee Dreaa
Goods, 25 to 30 cen'a per yard. Good Imported woven Cor
sets, 75 rents. Largest and best assorted stock of Men and
Boys' Clothlog. To make room for other goods, they are
closing out their entire stock of Shoes at and below cosL
The Enamel Paint ia the cheapest and best Faint In
use. Fur sale at Shepherd 'a.
Ax AbVAVraCE. A great advantage possessed by the
Evening Star Store Is that, owing to Its capacity and draft,
you can burn almost any kind of wood, and, on account of
its substance and retention of beat, you can run it with
green wood after it Is heated, by having a sins!! amount of
kindling material. Those having to prepare fuel for ordi
nary small stores ill appreciate this adrantage.
Tills fine Autumn weather la apleudid for all kinds
of business, especially out-door work. The lumber bual
ness continues In full blast, and Taylor A Orton, of White
Cloud, exjiect to run for some weeks to come. Besldea
supplying their heavy orders, they are preparing a aupply
for tho Winter srssou, so that they will be able at all timea
to furnish their celebrated lumber to all who wish 1L
Couxrr Bosnr). The Board, at Its meeting, last week,
transacted general bnshlett. A Urge amount of bills were
aHowed. but nothing wasdone of specisl interest. A license
wss granted to John Comer, ts establish a ferry across the
Missouri Elver at Ttnuiphan.
There are three' standards of time in this Cnunty
sun time. ranrrairrroeanaWolf-BIver-tnne, Sun time
beats the ban est hands. Tailroad time beats aun time, and
Wolf lUvr time beats the devtL
Shepherd has Jiist received a large stock of School
The man who, arrnrdlng to the SL Joseph Herald,
committed suicide at White Cloud, by shooting himself,
was killed nearTable Bock, Xebraska, by the accidental
discharge of his gun.
The Maasasott Honae, in Atchison, is a good place
to atop good fare, good beds, and good attention to guests.
Joe. Harnater, of WhiteCloud. haa bought out Joe. Xlx
on'a Saloon, In tills place, and baa token possession.
Ladles residing within the corporate limits of Troy are
requested not to viit my Photograph Gallery, aa they can
not get work done there. E. W. PETERSON.
Shepherd Is getting on his Fall Stock, and proposes
to aell gooda cheaper than ever.
Fine Cigars at Shepherds.
A ajarr Way ta Slake Sleaey.
In the buj lag of goods, most people wbo wish to prosper,
stndy economy In their purchases t end it la a truth, that
the item or Boots and Shoea la "no small one. In the families
of both rich and poor. iTorrdoco tho expense of that Item.
it becomes necessary to buy where the best and greatest
quantity of gooda can be found, for the least money; and
that place Is at an errliwirr'y Boot and Shoe store.
C. G. Bridges, of Troy, keepa tho only Boot and Shoe
store In the city, and haa an excellent variety of all gooda
In that line. He haa them fine, and also common, but al
waya recommends oooel goods. He proposes keeping the
Urgent stock in Northern Kansas, and aelling them toe w
twyrra so bir that they can auataln him In trade, and buy
cheaper than at SL Joseph er Atchison. It will psy farm
ers of the whole County to lnnnlr'of their families. In re
lation to the number of pslra of -jooU and shoes, the aires
and nnmVre, and giro Mr. B. ealL Liberal discount
will be made on large bills; and, cash buyers. Becollect
thia article, and when yoo, icooie to Troy. Inquire for the
Boot and Shoe atore of C. G.'Bridges. which you wfll find
near aouth-weat earn er of Public Square, one door north of
Shepherd's Drug Store. Sign of the Big Bed Boot
The greatest want of the present age la men and wo
men and vigorous in mind and body. The continued bead.
aches, weaknesses, nervou jnrsa and varying ailmenta which
Oaict women are goneraUy the result of Imperfect action of
su VrsMAt Brrrs; oeJer posed entirely of vegeta
ble substances Indigenous to California, may be taken with
perfect aalety by t sits eeVa, asvs as. srs esse y.
correcting all wrong nctlon and giving new vigor to the
whole system. ,- - .sctltwl
TfaeTsaW arBswlaraliaar Tarawa!
Seekers for new nomra are pouring Into Southwest Xk
sonrL attracted bv 'the cheap Lands of the Allaaliedk
Pariac Railroad Caaaay.
Thia Company offera t,9, Acreaof the finest
Unda in the world, at from IS totlJ per acra, on seven
years' time, and with freer transportation to all rmrchaeera.
Thia Bond. Hever RUckaaVA ey Maaw. U destined
to become the aatiei'lukway between New Taek and
hJi-iIu IndnatrWma farmera of ol
smbb riaatiws i -
der States we earnestly recom aad thia land of cheap
homes, sure that nowhere can poor man find a more
grateful climate, n better eoU. oAeater nrsdactlreaea.
For fan inforaaaUon, wit Mar-tod Pamphlets, address:
AMOS TCCK, Lan-l Commlaaloner, 23 South Feurth
Street, 81 Loula. octSmC.
laterratlaa la Farewere,
The cUixena of the County, wbo propose planting orch
ards, wffl find it to their ad rsntage to give their patronage
to E. Snyder, of the Prairie Nurseries, at Highland, whs
keepa. perhaps, the largest stock to the State, and can fur
nish them at aa low rate aa the same class of trees can be
porchaaed at from any of the leading Nurseries of the conn
try. Mr. & has had a long experience In the business, in
thU(aaty.aW haa a thorough knowledge of aU thevari.
etlea adapted to this climate. Parties who deal with him,
assy be assured Out sD orders wffl as fined with the variety
wanted, ne keepa everything to be found In a Irstdaaa
Narsery,adsolldUth.psti agsof the public Apply
to too proprietor,
E. SXTDER, nisulaud Kansas.
OrtoC-G.BaIocia.Tr -, Jnlyll-tf.
Price Bald Soldiers, can on me and get year Script
cashed. I wffl collect all Unda of Government Clalma,
Pensions, Bountloa,aiC. Agent ferPbornto Fire Insuiama
Compaays Justice of tha Peace; Notary Public: Real Es
tate and Claim AgenL WUl be to Troy every Monday.
MAttueiGrn--JateretiaTwsrk. aamueaeea a.
viaga.t4 paces. Price 30 ceata. AddreaaDr. Batta'Dia.
penaary .Xortn laghth Strmo, St. lawk. Me. Sea ad-
BRMfRtlCA! Cnr T -CXTKliTI?r.
A majority of the Dslegatea regularly cbosrn la the
County Csaventlon, aaiembled at tha Court Haaae. Oeto
nerUlh,le7X Joaeph Randolph, of Marion Township, waa chosen tem
porary Chairman, and J. E. Moore, of Iowa Point, tempo
On motion, a Committee of three on Credentials waa ap
pointed, conaiating of Dr. Tboa. C Sureve. of Iowa ; J. W.
Cook, of Washington; and J. ITT Loo- ofWlf River.
On motion. Committee of throe on Permanent OrgaaL
ration wss appointed, consisting of Wm. Fslrsll, of Iowa:
Robert Shulsky, of Wolf River: and H. Hewins, or Marion.
The Committee on Credentials reported the following
Delegates entitled to vote In the Convention :
Iowa Townsur Thoa. C. Shreve. Wm. Fairan, John S.
Book, H. H. nines, J. E.Moora, P. S. Noble.
Wotr Rivxe I. B. Long. Robert P. Shulsky, D. W.
Morse, S. BonesteeL
Bens-Oat Joseph Dffl.
Wasbtjegtox J. W.Cook, Parish Forbes, a Xabrang.
A. J. Setover. Wm. Stone, George W. Bsrr.
Mioox Joseph Randolph, Wm. a Searcy, Harvey
Tha Committee on Permanent Organization reported,
for President, Joaeph Randolph; for Secretary. J. E. Moore.
On motion, the Convention then proceeded to tha nomi
nation or a County ticket, with the following result :
Far StaU oVaater F. IL Drennlng, by acclamation.
Tot County Attttnty Joel Holt, by acclamation.
ForlhjfHct Cirri Frank Brown, by nnanlmooa vote
For Fniatt Judge J. C Gordon, by acclamation.
Jer Connrjr Suftrimtndnt of VuUic astrarnsa D. D.
Rose, by acclamation.
On motion, a Committee of three on Resolutions wss ap.
pointed, consisting of Wm. FsiraU, of lows ; G. W. Barr,
of Washington ; and R. P. Shulsky. or Wolf River.
After a recess of hair an hour, the Committee reported
the following Beeoiutiona, which were nnanirnonslyadopted:
Jtaaslssd, That white heartily eastaliing the National
and State Republican nominations, and declaring our faith
In Republican principles, we believe thai the time haa
come when the honest and lndependsnt voters of the par.
tyahould enter their protest against, and put the seal of
condemnation upon, the aystem by which the political af.
fairs of the Coonty have been run : the election of dele
gatesby briberv. threats, and ruffianism; the folating of
mere servile toola npoo delegationa, whereDy one man cob.
trola the vote of an enure Tuwnahip, bartering and awap
plng those votes to serve his own personal enda ; lbs abuse
and ostracism or tried Republicans, whoreruseto bow in
obedience to the dictation of the rewwbo have arrogated
to tbemselrea the control and leadership of the party in
the County; tho outrages committed against the RepubU
cans of port iona of the County, in throwing out Delegates
legally elrcted to represent them, and rorcing in othera
wbo were not elected, by means of parliamentary trickery,
and power or numbers secured by bribery ; the repeated
bolting of tickets, and efforts to defeat good Republicans,
the regular nominees of the party, because they refused to
become meek and lowly followers of the self-constituted
leaders; and finally, the long train of Impositions and abu
ses to which the Republicans have patiently anbmitted for
many yeara pssL
Jluelttd, That in this movement to emancipate the party
from the Influence and control or those unprincipled and
corrupt men, and to secure the personal independence of
the individual Republicans or the County, we earnestly so
licit the aid and cooperation or all honest Republicans,
wbo are masters or tbeir own sentiments and actions, and
or honest men oraU psrtlea.
llttolttd. That we win work untiringly for too snreess
of the ticket here nominated, Jn connection with the SUte
and National tickets of the RepabUcan party
On motion, a County Central Committee was appointed,
consisting of three from esch Township, aa foUows:
eieo Philip Kelly. H. N. Seaver. J. E. Moore.
WUfXittrS. II. Long. U. P. Shulsky, D. Morse.
CtmtnV. M. Tracy. John F. Wilson, H. P. Saxton.
TTswnc Warren Day, Joseph Schletxbaum, M. Uager
ITaaAvnjttfii F. H. Drennlng, George Barr. A. Larzclerc
Bmrr Out Wm. HOI, Albert Haien. G. C. Cowger.
Jfarion Joseph Bandolph. IL G. Hewina, Wm. Searcy.
lThe Committee organised by Ihe election of G. W. Ilarr
as Chairman; and F M. Tracy. Secretary.
On motion, the Convention adjourned tint die.
JOSEPH RANDOLPH, PresldenL
J. E. MOOM, Secretary.
FIral Rrpresealallre District Ceaveallsa.
The Delegates from Iowa and Wolf River Townahlpa
met in Convention, at Troy, October 16th, 1873. for the
purpose of nominating a candidate to representthe District
In the Leglalaturc
Dr. Tboa. C. Shreve was elected President, sud J. E.
J.I. Long, of Wolf River, was nominated fur Rrprcaen.
tative, by aclamation.
A District Committee waa appointed, emulating or one
from each voting precinct, aa followa;
WhiteCloud, H.IL Hines; Highland, C. E. Fox; Iowa
PoinLJ.E. Moore; Fanning, Wm. Uedrick; WolfRiver,
J. H. Long and R. P. Shulsky.
On motion, the Convention sojourned tint die.
TI10S. C SUREVE, PresldenL
J. B. Mooaa, fo.Telaer.
"nOW TO CO FAHT."
Ry tke Kaasas Clly. "t. Jasepk aad Rarliag,
Thongli last not leasL" Is an adage aa true as it is old,
and ita troth Is again exemplified by the compietioa or the
New Line to the EaaL ria Creaton and BurUngton, wblch,
though the losf, may be callrd the iett rouu In the WesL
The Line consists oT the Kansaa City, Saint Joseph and
Council Bluffs B. IL, with two dally traina from Kansaa
City, through Leavenworth, Atchison and SL Joseph, to the
Missouri State Line, there connecting with the Burlington
Route, which leada direct to Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianap
olia. Logansport and Columbus through can are being run
to all these points.
This Line Is well builL thoroughly equipped with every
modern ImprovemenL Including Pullman's Sleeping and
Dining Care, and nowhere else can the passenger so com.
pletely depend on a speedy, aaTe and comfortable journey.
The Bnrlington Route haa admirably answered the query,
"How to go East," by the pnbbcatlon of an interesting and
truthful doenruent, containing a valuable and correct Map,
which can be obtained free of charge, by addressing Geno
eral rasscnger Agent R.AM.R.ILR,Burlington, Iowa.
Farsns far Male.
Duncan Mcintosh, aa Agent, haa two of the finest im
prot ed Farms In Doniphan County ror aale. eeplxtf.
Cimox. Every genuine box of Dr. McLANE"S LITER
PILLS bears the signature or FLEMING BROS, Krts
burgh, Ta, and their private TJ. S. Sump, y "Take no
other." The market la full of imitations. It ia the popular
verdict that peoide who have been accustomed to the nse ot
Bitters or Cordtale are obliged, eventually, to resort to Mc
LANE'S LIVER PILLS for permanent relict ap4m6.
Max. WHrrcoara a Sraur. The great soothing remedy.
Price only 23 cents. Girea reat to the mother and health
to the child. Sold by Druggists. See AdvertisrmenL
T. LOCIs MARKET.
St. Lorn. October 16.
Floor Dull and weak. Extra. 5 1536 00; XX M jo
7 00: XXX H 03S8 00; falralj.j2538 73.
Wheat Spring duU and lower. No. 2,(1 13S1 II; soft,
tl 1721 18. No. 2 and 3 red fall, acaree and firm at II 703
171 for No. 3. and 11 85 for No. 2.
Corn Inactive and unchanged. Xo. 2 mixed. 39c; white
Osts Unchanged. No. 2 mixed, V- a 2Gc
Barley DuU and unchanged.
Bye Slow. Xo. 2.57c
Fork-Sready. Mess, ISte. ..
Bscos Dull sod very Uttle selling. Shoulders, e; clear
h. 12c-, clear aides. I2.
Lard QnleL with very little demand. Refined, 9a 91c.
Cattle Ns shotce arrivtsc- Choice and extra, nominal
at S 0096 00: auperior to prime, tl 30 4 50.
Hogs 83 8094 75.
Chicago. October 16.
Flour Qsitt, with amaU sales of extra spring at 86 23
Wheat Qntct weak and lower. No. 1 spring 11 161:
No. Xl ltsl 12. cash. October or Xovember; No. 3.11 03
Corn In fair demand at lower rates. Xo. 2 mixed, 32 &
32ke, cash or October: 33JC; Xovember.
Oats Dull and a ahade lower. No. 2. 2112Ic
Rve In fair demand at lower rates. No.2. 3ll52c
Barley Active and advanced. Xc 2 fall. 631 a 64c
Provisions 4nlet, srlth rather aa unsettled feeUng on
aeosunt of the continued large receipta of bogs. Mess pork
for future use, with free sellers, at ISic fur December and
Lard (Heady. Summer. 8c; winter, He.
Hama In pickle, 131c Bs average, sold at 12c
Cattle Receipts. 3,710. Extremely duU. with no ship
pers ha market and prices nominally 20t3e lower. Good
to choice, 85 33 00; a few stockera sold at 84 00a 4 30.
Hoes Receipts. 19.542. Doll sod lower, with ssles dor
lax the mommgat 84 3094 83: fair to extra ewaine at 15
cents below these prices, with pens veU filled. Dnaold
Haxwrr Bawsaf Car Toanaa; stata freaa she ewecta of
Errors sad Abaaea In early STe. Maabosd restored. Xer
vows dehnity cored. Impediments to msrrisgs reeasved.
New method treatment. Xewandreaurkablenanedies.
Books and Cireamra seat free, to sealed eavehpe.
Addreaa. B0WASD ASSOCIATION, No. 3 South NlaU
St, Philadelphia, Pa. may 30. 7-ly.
rPM waawalgnti. hartne beea aaeswated Kxeentoe af
af Dsalphan Coonty. deceased, which appoistaseat waa
ay vae rrosBe vours ox saw voaniy. vai wbs
aaefaBrbaviarclaismsesisat tha uta ta. are ra-
aufcwd to axkMt tham. for aBawaaee, wiUm caw year fraal
tawaata af aald eannrmstisa; aad tf tlMaaas koaotpro
aeatM Wnwm tareayearaaftoraald dste. they wffl bafor.
wvarsarrsa. JOHN A. CHAPSOX. steatartar.
Every lady Should H&to It.
Froepectas for 1873!
THE CHEArESTAXI) BEST.
PETERSON MACiZtXE has the best Original Sto
ries of any of the lady a books, the best Colore! Fsshioa
Plates, the best Receipts, the best Steel Engravinge. Ac,
c Every fsmlly ought to take It. It gm mart er tit
asenry uaa way in tie irerU. It wffl contain, next year, to
its twelre numbers
Owe Tfcwwmuaseel Pnera!
Famrlrv-ta Mead its "Hrel Plnlra!
Twelre, IDa.IarrsI HcrllB Pattrrsaa!
Twelve Masmsmalll Calareel Fnahlaaa!
Tllmr Ifaadrewl Wood C'ala!
TwratTsFoar Pnajew or.Tfawlct
It wffl slso rive Frr Oiicixal Corrair.irr Xovxtxra. bv
Mrr. Ana S. Stephens, Frank Lee llenediet. and olbera of
the best anthers of America. Alsa nearly a aaadndaaorr.
rrafertec ALL ouccial. Ita superb
MAMMOTH COLORED FASHIOX PLATES
areaheadofanofhera. These pktca are enaved on steel
Twicx THE laCAL ana.
TOMS, (AlwuTt ta Advajee,) C100 A TEAS.
GREAT REDUCTIONS TO CLUBS.
.cl-l.ri'il t Wlthaenpyoftheanperbmetxollnt
2Copbsror83J0 Iq,,,,, -ChrUtWeeplnsoverJemsa-
" I leaa," to the person getting np Club.
4 Copies ror 8630 f With an extra copy or the Mazarine
C " . 9 00 for the year I87J. aa a premium, to Ihe
10 " " 14.00 ( person getting up the Club.
s el r aie on C "It" ,,nth sn extra copy ef the Mr
8 Copies for 112.00 s jrinu. the premium mettotinL to
" (the person grtting np the Club.
5 CHARLES J. PETERSON.
309 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
X3 Specimena sent gratia if written ror.
FHOX GEOltOE J'. ItO WELL C- CO.
HALL'S PAT-PT HUSKING GLOVES
The Tery bmfthln'rrr iiiTaQted for htuldns Cni. Tbej
ffire lrr--mil Mtmifactiwat A buui can hiuk fwm
ikoc-tbird to ooobJtir ftrvitb thrm. Thry bM4atcIx
prrrrat wnt r oiR 'haiKU. The HAIJ43L0VXS riTir
the prt of the lutkHl whlrh ta-titUl bcnqie mar. JPrlr,
lJwt. ThrVUT.UlVtt-Tm m$ cf kltmwr4
cmlf anil tmrkhin. Prlctf," S9.4. &th ttfleii hare
claws attached. -and are mad In threv alzra, lars. mwliam
and amalL, for both ribt aud left bandt-d pel.--. Sent,
prTi-ald, n rrertt of orirA For asile It dealrs frnmlty.
Addrraa BALL UCSdtlMJ CLOVE CO, 113 Sop th Clinton
St, Chtcago, nL "" octlOwC
By Stall, 33 Crate.
CEO. P. HOWELL CO.,
41 Park Raw, Itew Vark.
The subscribers sre Msnnrsctnrer's Agents for R. W.
Read's celebrated ASTHMA RELIEF, the brat remedy for
Asthma yet discovered. InsUnt relief guaranteed or pur.
chase money refnnded. The medicine la put np In three
sires, whirb retail for 23c, 30c end tl. Persons remitting
price Will have the medicine sent free br mail or express.
Also samples aent free to any who desire LTHKILMiK,
TDLLER A CO, Rome, X. T. oct lOwL
ACKWTS Waalca1. -Agents mahe more money at
work for us than at anyt hin g else. Bnainrsalisht and
permaaenL Particulars free. G. Stixmmi A Co. Fint Art
pKOlttAen, Portland, Maine. cctlOwL
dwanaa JlOEMS W1TTED. Samples arnt free by
W" mail, with term, to clear from (3 to 110 per
dav. Two entlrelr new articles, sslaebleaa dour. Address
X. II. WHITE, Xewsrk. N. J. cetlOwL
V a HPnWta cpaTCQ f 1 CC SOCTB ftos"!
lAJImrSit OAlr -Tui 0RUB1ISTS '
WANTED. We wm Sr-wSST mn
Business that will Pay
from 4 to 3 per day, can be panned In yoar own neigh
borhood, and la etrictljr honorable. Particular- frrr, or
sample that will enaMe yuu ta go ta work at once, will be
aent on receipt of two three cent at-nip.
Addrraa J. LATHAM -L CO
aep6w6. 393 Wa.blnstou SL. Botnn, Mim.
TRACT & PABKEB, Proprietors,
Fancy M Him Grades of Flour,
And Bolted Corn Meal.
Bran and Cfronnd Peed Constantly on Hani
Casta Paid for Wheat aad Cora.
I TAKE pleasure in announcing to the public, that I am
now better thaa-eTer prepared to ma nit fact an to order
every atjle and bVacriptlon of Ih-nta and Shora coarae or
fine, pesied or aewed 4n the neateat and mo-t anbMtaatlal
A Tariety of Eastern work on hand, for the acccmraoda
tlon of thone who prefer it.
Ifa-tins and repairing done to order; and the beat article
of ready made work on hand at all timea. Shopon Main
Street, alfn of the Bi2 i-oot, nearly opDonlte C. w. NTea
Store. "' VllILIP KELLV.
White Clond. Kanaaa, Ansttat fl. IStt.
Itoonu Over "VVntxon'n ITarncas Shop.
I ax rBtcraaxo to takk "
nmm of Km mu
Trie SMALLEST CARD'
All Wark WarraaHA la Clva allafaclla
For tbe Uveal aad asost aeeable and Instructive book
of Ue year,
By aTea. W. E. Webb, of Topeka. Kanaaa. Tha wealth
and wndneaa. aryateriea aad aaarvrla. ef tbe benadlisa
West, fully aad tmbfully described. Overwowiar with
wit aad kwaaor. AceaipletonridrrSpartaraaaadEs.
Icraata. Preluaely aad Spleadiuiy LDustratea. Iamrnee
ly popular, aad aeilraf beyond preeedeaL Sea for nioa.
trrtsd etrralar. terras, etc st once, to Uw pablishera, E.
H AXS AIDED A CO.' in Went Foartb Street. Cbsdnwatt
CH AMBEKLI5TS GREAT POLITICAL WORK,
Struggle of 72,
A Graad Cluaw f-r Areata, yahg jtw Cs-tf4 Uka
It before. fiir!"-r vTthTThiaiatait A JaM JMpbHemt
mmd sPajinfar Xattwtaterc. OmtMrnM a Qiapfclii Btalory of
tBcDltcas aad Dfnrratit PuxiimineySkrUho
the --vcalled UVral Ipabllcaa Party i aa imttds rir of
tae LiDCiamau janTtiioii. naely tuat,i in a. tsmwumg
STQ rttT paces. Ia fact, the Book wantad by every
AaMfiraa c&aea. Price hi CMaVJ -aWii Leather. I3JM.
PnUiaaed by taa, X7SI0X TVJU&WEtG COMFAXV,
TjSnmZatorct lUa paper wffl ha pfeaaedtatlra
W farwiaWd. tf -.. ud. at rapaar IHMia-W ptWa. A
Jaaki.aa-4 .raafcil, W plsmaa4iataajaawtQ aVatrae
laajr. 0taavwjMt.2um.fe arpmC
mox DAVcirr jc co;
tSSfA; awSwTaasV T3
aa Wal W 1 aasNaaaai . llB anal taast. aa! aal wMtJ
MlaLLIOXS Bear TratlBtaar ta their WaaderfkU
CaratWe E-Tecta. Tbry are not a tUo FaacT OrlaJu
mad of Pa-ar Kaaa, Wa laker. Prwaf 8alr!u and Rc-
faaalaUaandCnrtonnUkaa aweetewd to pleaa. tha
Urt4s.c-01rfMToiic""Ar-pnIiC' "Rertorer-, ttclaUt
lead tha tippler on to draiikennc. and min.bataraatrea
Kedldne. nude from tha XaUre Root arid llerb-oT Cnhfornt,
free fraaa all A 1 cabal I c Stlaaalmataw They are tha
fJKEAT DLOOD PLU1F1ER aad A LIFE C!IT
ING PUINCIPIaE, a perfect n-ooTator ami iDTU-or-loro!
tha fej-tem, carrying off aU poi-moot mnttcr and restvrine tbo
biVxxltoahiillhrcorliti-n- No ,". cmn Uka theat Cittan
accordiiic to directkm and rrmaln km nn veU, proTidad their
Dine are not deattsn'ftl by ni
tha Tltal orpuu wa-ted btond the point of repair.
They are a Geatla Parr-Ul re aa well as a Taalc.
.otucain;. wd-u, tha pectilUr merit of actlnf aa a powerful
reent In retleTiiig Confectioner Inflammation of the Llrer,
ad of aU th Tltrenil Orran,
FOtt FEMALE COMPLAINTS, mheUUyoaavar
bid, married r nsl. at the dawn of womauihood or at tha
torn bf UTe. the-e Tonic DlUrrs have no eqasd.
Far IaHaa.iaaiary aadCkraale Racaaiatlaai aad
Cant. Djavcpala ar Isdlffeataa. Sltlaaa, ate---.li-leat
aad Iateraallteat FcTerm, Dlaeane af iho
Bleed, Llvrr. Kldaeyaaad Bladder. th-e Bitters
hare i-n-wi moat mevtftfot. ntaclt Olaeaaow ar caotvdby
TltlaicdnieotlaHhich U pwcrallj rrudar-J by tltr-ancv-mciit.
DVSPEPSI.X OR IMIICEHTIOX. lle-wdache. Pala
In tha KhooUer ; Cunch. Tvhtnctta of the Cht, Viulrtotm.
tSoor lnctJUwn)r the btioiKh.PaMl ta.taDitheUoatn,BfI
loat Attack-. IovlpititIti of the Heart, Inflammation of tha
Langa, Pain in the rrtrions of tha KJdneya. and a hundred
cHhcr painfol tmnptoiri, are tlte otT-pnnci of Iype(-ia.
They loTkmnite tha Htomarh and rtimoUte the torpid lifer
ana bowel. hkb render them of uneqn-lU-il rltlemrj tn rlean
Ing the blfXHt of all imparitlca, and imparttn; new life i.inl v Ir-f
to the w hW fijattnn.
FOR HKIX DItiEASEi, EmptUm-, Tcttar. SUt
IUienm. Elutcbe. Spot. PUnpte-, liitale-, BoO. Cartwtnclea,
JUn Worm. SaMU-Heevd. bore Eyea. Epafpelaa. Itch. Scnrfa.
lHMlorUttat ot tbe SVin, Uatnon and filaraaea of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dux np and carried oat
of theiy-tcmina-hwrttlrue bythenaeof the-e Bitter-. One
bottle in mch ca-c will eonTince the mot IncreJaloas of their
C eanw the Vltl-ited Blood wheiierer yoo find It- itnpnritiea
banting thronch the tkin in Pimplea, Eruptions or tSorea;
cleanse it when you find It ilr-tructed or a!nxanih In the .eina;
deante it when itiifonLandyoarfeellnct will toll you when.
Kerp the t-lnol puTo and the health of tha Trtem will fuUnw.
PIS. TA PE, nl ctbrr WOR31S. loriiuc in the fytteai
of t-9 man th-m-an.!. are elT'Ctnaliy delnred and nntored.
For full dlrt-rtionn. rad eairfully the circular anmnrt each
bottlt. print: U in four la cuayow Ensliih, Ueraun. French aad
Old prejndlcra arc dylns aat. New facta art UQlna;
them. TheMa ihavtlnralida. weakened brdiAea.e. canbere
Ittrvnl by proiratinc tbrni with deatruetiredrua'a. iano loncer
entartaljird "-aceot by mnMinianUes. Ever ftince tlW iatrodac
lion of 17a Watacaa Vtscc.a Sittik. It baa beea ebrloaa
that their nfuUiinc and invlimratlnc propertiea are aU-nta-elent
fr the con of chronic Indljeition. rbeunutlon, conatlpa
Uon.dtarrbcraL, nrwun aAs-ctlons and matartoaai trVcra, and they
are now th- ftUndanl remoily for these camplalata In crciy aee
4ou of the Colon.
SOLD BY .ALL CnUGGlSTS AND DEALERS.
J.VafKrR.rru.Tie,'r. IT. If. McDoicald aCOw. Dniaii-tJ
and Cen. Act.. San FrandacoL Cal.,and Htjmmerta-aVaN.T.
Be dccelrcd. but fr concha, col.li aore throat, bottrae
nesa and bronchial difficulties, use only
WELL'S CABBOLIC TABLETS.
Wert blew faullaliena are on the market, but the
onlyarientifleprep-iration of Carbolic Acid for Lnnsdia
raaea In when chemically combined with otherwrll known
remedfea. aa In theae TanucTa, and all partieaaro cantion
ed aaint nng anv other.
In) all cases f Irritation of the mncona mrrohrane
tbeae TAbUCTs t-liould be freely used, their cleansing and
beat to je properties are astnni-hinjr.
Be warned. nrcr nrglett a evid. it la easily cured in Its
Incitiirnt state, when It hecome chmnlc thecureUeiceed
insly tliHaCii.t: m-e Well' Carl--lie Tablet.. u a apeelHc,
JOHX Q. KELLOGG. 18 PUtt SL. w Tork.
Suit Agent for United States.
Price. S3 centa a box. Send for Circular.
"HAND STAMPS" all rarietlea. Circular, free. Ata
Waateal. W. IL IL Daria St. Co. Ufn 79 Xaisau. S. T.
tfjl ft rosd- from 50c. Call and examine, or 13 Samples
OlU-v-i.t fitr frrr, for i(V,tltst rrtall quick f.-rllO.
U. L. WOLCOTT. 121 Chatham Square. X. T. oct lOwt.
TrnTipIAprospectuatothe People'a SUtnlard Bible.
X -lb DP ISM illuatnitiona, will he sent free too all hook
m (azenta. Send name and addreaa to ZIEGLEB
AfrPNT & McCD1EOr503 Sixth Strctt, St. Louis,
Hw either aex may fascinate and rain the Iota and
affections or anr person they chooae. instantly. This aim
pie mental acquirement all can pnaseaa. free, 'by mall, for
23 rents, together with a marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle,
.warns, junta m uuirn. vr, a queer, exciting dook.
100 000 aoM. Addrras T. WILLIAM t CO PnblUhera,
AH ELEGAUTLY BOUXB CAltVASSntQ BOOK
for the best and cheapest Family Bible ererpubtUbed. will
le sent free of charge tn any book agent. It contains near
ly aSOO fine Scripture lllastrationa. and agents are meeting
with nnprecedented aucceaa. Addrraa. stating experience,
etc., & we will ahow ron what our agents are doing. SA
TION'AI. PCRLISIflSG CO. Chicago, I1L; Cincinnati,
Oalo, or St. Loola, Mo. octlOwt.
WTX'S7lZtErjTif7ited Book Joanfa and Caneattrrt.
IT in all parts or tho IT. S. tn sell THE MEMOIR OF
PaOGEK BROOKE TANEY, Chier4nstice of tbe Siiprrtne,
Conrtof ther.S. V&Sn book hen-tororo published In
this coon try. throws so much light upon oar Constitutional
and Political History. It ta a work of extraordinary Inter
eat and of permanent ralue to the lTlstorlan, the Lawyer,
tbe Statesman, the politician, and evrry claaa of intelligent
readem. "Sold by Sabscriptinn only Exclnslre Tcrri-
For Terms, for Life of TAXEY Life of GrT. LEE, Ac,
addrraa at once, MUBPIIT &. CO, Publishers, Baltimore.
DUTY OFF TEAS!
EITRA INDUCEMEHTS FOR CLUBS!
SEND FOR NEW CLUB C1CT71AB!
Which contains foil explanations of Premiums, fcc
THE WAYTO OBTAIN OUR GOODS!
Persons It ring at s distance from Sew Tork, can club to
gether, and get them at the same price sa we sell them st
our WarehoQaneo in Sew Tork. In order to get np a dob, let
each person wishing t Join aay how much Tea be wants, and
select the kind and price from our Price Llt, aapublUhed la
VoreircriLirs. Write the names, kinds and s mounts plainly oa
allstandwhcfltheclubbcsTitnpIetenendltUinaby mail, and
we will put each party's gooda in separate package, andmark
the name nnon them, withthecoat.i-ntherencedbenocoofti'
aion In distribution each partr getting exactly what be or
ders, and no more- The funds -oJmt forgooda ordered can
be aent by drafts -n Sew Tork. Foal-Office money orders,
or by express. Or, we will. If dealred, send tbe goods by
Exprraa, to M eoOett on oWirery.
The Great American Tea Co.
tl a SS TESET KTBXIT,
P.O. IVrtJCH ectlOwL Xnr Ytrk City.
FAB aSTaaPaaaak BBaRfj
SafaU IbU aPiBaVVtw
It Is at a phyte which may xire temporary relief to tbe
aranTirrfnrtWflrst few1 doses, bat which, from eaotianed
wse, brines Pflea and kindred tilseaiea ta aid in weakening
the iHTalldt aer Is It a doctored liqiVT, which, nailer the
popular name of "BiUcra." Is so ex tens, rely palmed en ea
the public aa sorereiga remedies: bat It Is a aaaag jataw
erfal Tsnalc asd Altera tire, frttntrntumA ae by the
lead in g medical anthortUrs of Leadoaaad Paris, aad has
beea brng need by the iwUsrphyticiaasc other ec-atT
with wonderfal laaiiirllilreaalu.
DH WELLS' E1TEACT OF -JD6DBEB1
rrtainsall taaswtaidaal rlrtaa avrnllar Is Ua plant, ana
nuist b takra aa a uiriaamt tnratlva arsat
la ibrrr waai aT acllaa 1st raalr Llvsw susa
Satlecmr Pska. rellrrwl at aatv. tha Hond Utrmmtm
pnn by oVlaterlnna awtii-saa. arsaarlnf arravnssaaaraUB
olsra-sa. RIstrbM. raaaaa. P-atnlaa. Caakrr. Fiasnlaa. A4V
Tak. Jsiakiaa tsrlsanar. porlfj-and itwti.a tbeti.
Hsre yaw as swysawatta IMaaaaiaif Cnlf-aolMa.
tkm is prwniptlr aidrd. in. svstrsj Is a-ilttatM with Isaa
at vlui f-r.. pnvrrty f tbe Bind. Dropsical Tr-drary,
Onrral TTrataHws wrXaswlr-il. .
Take It ta assist IMgast-ss witbeni mrt-n. II win hav
Have ran wvaaawwariacla(ra4jawwr Tsnara
radanznof Cbmele Dlarrbaja or tb dps dfnl Insawnauv
Tskelt to allay Irritation, aa4 war atrtradrarjr to IsV
naninuitlnws. . . .
Hare yar weaAaawa af the Cirri ate mr rriaary
raaataf Too mnst pronrre Instaat reUcf. evy eaara li
able to auffrrinj wws tbaa dVaih.
Take it ta strrajtbra argaaie wrakaea; ar life I in mis
FlaaDr. it sbaaM be frinently taken, ia kern) tbaayesran
hrertbeallh.isryeaaTeotaeraiae la fraX abater at
JOIIS Q. KELLOGG. 18 PWtt StrteL ew Tark.
O. SVKV w miw v mtwm. tits w.
Price Ob. pneaT per alea. saausuwar.
Tor POSRH and STIXS, call at tke CWtfcaaoa.
- ...-,A-ye r .s . -
afofgl'aaai of tha Throat and Lanss,
auoH. a Oouiha, Colds. Whoopiut-
tJbalaV BroaetHUs, Astluna,
AmnrK fir frrst
iltovirs f tnoJ
era scirnre. frw art
of inorc real valca
M mcnLiul ilian
llif rflrlual rem.
fir for all ltraes
Vf'llie Tlinsit and
Lnugr .A vast tri
al of its rlrtne
tlironiout this ainl
other conntir,- lias
ahmrn that It JaiM
snfelr and effectnallr; control thrm. Tim its
timoarof oor best citizens, of all rlaur. rv
tabliajies thefact. that.ClitnRT l'lcroiLxl.
will ana (Vies relieve and cure the afflictirx
disorders aftbe Throat and Lung ber-ond anr
ntberjaediciiie. -The. mnst danruas alTrc
tlona of. tbe rulmonarv Orana.rieM to its
Kir r';" aM cases of I'dnaa-apUen, cnreJ
this preparstkm. are pnblielv known, so
remarkasle; aa hardly to be believed, wm
thay pot proren beyond dlipute. 'As a mn
' edr itfeadeqnate.oo which tlie public may
1 rWyioefiUlBrotectioo. By curing Congaa,
.the (iaTraners of more serious diwiur, it
sart'liullnmbered rives, and an unoimt ef
ptin.nag.-ox 10 oe compuieu. 11 citaiicn;
trial,, and convinces the most, sceptic!
, Kverr family should keep It on baud as
titntswJion against tbe early and unperceivi
whnnwaor lo be computed. It cltallettcs
nrnt-sIionwfialNSt tbe earlrand nnnerreived
aitseka-of. ruUnorarr Affection.', which are
caiilj met at first, but which become Incur.
blefand tad often fatal, if nrctectrd. Tewler
. laajptalotd this defence; ami it Is unwle to
be Mtuoul.il. As a uieiard to cluldrrn,
amnt the distressing ditcaes which bet the
TJirtit and "!et of chiUhaud, Ciiehkt
l"icnu.w.-,ss 4nruuDiCi tor, br IU timely
U4f, multitmles.arc mcurd from premature
yraVeCand saved to thb love and atTection
. cetiTPii oallsrm. It acts apeeihly and snrelr
, spli Lonliniy cplda, securing sound anil
ncilth-re.lnrl'ijj slweji. Xo due will sulTer
tmsufeOTne'Iaflasnna aud'nuiuful Dron.
ssbs wlaag they know bow easily they con -
1 1-1" Mnfdi,
- l",,ir'-:irlilv,tlie,,pr.luet of long, laborious.
Ml iirceZrul ctieraicnl Investigation, na coat
t tI U apanpt In miking every bottle In the
IfiiM )lMe perfacfion. Il may be eonS
afiri'Jr relied anno n poasessing fill the vir
tji it hat, ever exhibited, and capable of
prrvltlring Vure as memarable as the greatest,
t; In errr euVeted. .
Dr. i: C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mau.,'
TrariUal and Analytical Aenttata.
snui r.y i'l.L DnccoisTS KvaaTwitux.
T.C.SIIKKVE. irrnt White Clond.
WM. M. SHEPIIERDrTrov.
J. A. UAMfBKLL A CO, "Sevtranee.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which m at
.ing the hair.
fit soon re
or gray hair
to its original
color, itith the gloxs and freshness of
youth. Thin hair is thickened, fall
ing hair checked, and baldness often,
though not always, cured by its
use. Nothing can restore the hair
where "the follicles are destroyed, or
the glands atrophied and decayed;
bnt such as remain can be saved by
' this application, and stimulated into
activity, so that a new growth of
hair is produced. Instead of foulin g
' the Tiair with a pasty sediment, it
wilT keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional nse will present the hair
fromi.tuming gray or falling oflj
- and ebnidjuehtry prevent' baldness.
The"resforation of vitality it gives
to tH8 scalp''' arrests and prevents
the'formation of dandruff, which is
oftenf'sV uncleanly and oflensire.
' Free ''from those deleterious sub
stance which make some prepara-
' tions dangerous, and injurious to the
hair, the Vigor can only benefit, bift
not harm it, If wanted merely for
a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else
can be found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
soil white cambric, and yst lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich,
glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared" by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical aad Analytical Chemists,
OLD BT iU DBCCOUTS EVIBTWllEkC
T. C. SHREVE. A rent. White Clond
WM. M. 8HW1IEBD, Troy.
J. A. CAMPBELL A TXL, Severance.
JOHN FRANK KOTSCH,
IvetAcTvaxa or axd miui a
Boots & Shoes,
Mimm aftkm B4 boat, Wtmt af PubtU Avtuarw,
' TROY, KANSAS,.
IS prrpared to make Boots and Shtm tn order, in the beat
style. His loot experience In tbe bnalnrsa. together
with tha fact Hat he ta aa excellent Judge of leather aad
other aboeaaaker'a stork, enable htm to do flrat-class work,
and aae none but the beat materiaL IPJuIvTJtI.
PETERSON & GLAJMAN.
If AXCFACTUREES OF
BOQTS AND SHOES,
"' 'ttairit Corner pulUc Square,
WTfTOniCdnwela the'b-st atjle. aad warraated. Wa
TT make tka telebrate -reteraoa A Glaaua Boot"
Benalriar done with prvaiptneaa aad tleenatcn.
i. r. wiuoxV
w. c wtinsaD
WILSON & MQEEHEAD,
GE5EKAL DEALERS IS
f A AadaUktadsof
Fancy; aM Staple Groceries. ;
fiiaai Crera iVwif,
Ikwesl CsWairr PalMte MajataiaVf
a9trriXG oar Gowda fraaa Ira haadau la I
cwy. f. JlJnljrtJjL
... . AXD
II wrta, FaAUe Sai-uarc.
LrrTKK-BEADrV B1TX-BXAD8. KXTrLOPaBa.
IOSTlU.YTATiasZST BLANKS, aad aB anea wark.
B BW i
isjS- j aj. 4
GET O.VtT OF Tim
a saaaaaaaa . ;
THE . -
OF THE ACCT ,
EVERY STOVE IS. GUARANTEED
TO l"SK LESS WIMIII. A11E 1IORE CABErTH'a'
ITJf I). AIU: JIOKE EAMLV AND CUAF
LVllllUXTED. AI1E UN'IIEK SinREPKR.
FELT CONTKOI. HAVE A STU.VUER
Qire better tatitfaction, and sold for a
Less 'Frict'thau any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the mar Let. SuM r
EicsMbr Muflufactiiii Coiany,
And all Live Stove.Doalors,
II. AV. HIIVAV,
ocLSw. WlltTE CLOUD. KAXSAA.
ro -ii rcn r:. i ntszorn
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r .,a?c.it.-f!.j--;-r-. t i
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sffttt vl nl rlStv.i-Bv-rtw..p-i.11-
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kKli LrraMJI."-. . . ICWITS
III. II. crnl Iuatf CWUrra . iUc, .cswr.
la .a tliSr. t "a T iM w " . u...
rnisorn. on K-iiaiir.. ti. uu.s
A. BENNETT & SONS
ARE riUYIXG ALL T1TK
lVhent, linrloy, Oats anil Corn
TIT AT are offered, for which thr-y are paylnc the hlzhrat
market nrice. Too thst have grain tn sell, give ns a
On Me St. JottpW and Denver City Railroad.
wr. j, .
CITY MEAT MAEICET,
JTett Side Vuhlie Square, near City JJoltl,
TROY, l I KANSAS.
KKEPS a constant anpplrnf Mrataof tbichn.reMC'i.
Jtir-. and r si! kin. Is, wMch be will sell aa low atba
timea admit. Tbe shop la open at all evrssmabt honrv, and
cti-t-tfnera can aJvraTs liari lost wht (brj call fr.
Wanted t' bur. f-t lrcf cattle, for which tbe 'til:: hut
market price will be paid. Sept 19, 1372.
STATE OF KANSAS,
Ia th. Dlalricf tUnxti tot Doniphan County. Sis la of Kansas.
Illram Tatnian, 1 rialntilf.
aad I Drfendattfsi
lamenne istlnan, I
OTICE U berrhv slvtn. thst I will, on the 2Sth dsr ef
Uctoher. A. I). l:Ci brlwern the hours of IB a'rl..
jl. sL. ami I o clock. 1'. m or ssiii tiy, st the door of the
Court noant. In the city vf Troy. In Ihmiphsn County, gtsta
of Kansas. onVr for sale, st mju1c anctlsn. for caan. tbe fol
lowlnir dmcrilinl rrsl ratsle. to witt The undivided one.
hslf of twenty two ft!) feet f Lots thirteen. (13) fonrtern.
Ill) and liflrrn. (IS) In Rlork thirtr three, (331 in the Cllv of
While Clond. Doniphan County. 'Kansas, the same brinr
bounded and ilosrtlbed ss fiillows: Commencing at 9 point
la aald lilnck on the line l.f Main Street. fortv-four(44) frst
irftfu the corner of Main and Leveet thence at a Hcht ancle
to Main .Street aerou aald Lots nftern. (15) f.wn-n, (14)
snd thlrtren. (13)i thence In a south-westerlr ilirtttlon.
psrsll.l 1.. Jlji-Strrrt twenty-two rZ!) feet: .'thence at a
rixht snle to 11 n HlrrrL across ssld Lois thirtrtn. (13)
r.iuH-n, (Hi and iReen. 113) to the line of Main Streeti
them'ealiinzik. Ua.cf Main Street twehly two rS2 fret,
tothe place of b.gin.iinc TaVrn as the property of Baa
tlllis Tatnian anil cathrrine Tatman. ami ofiVrrd for aale te
tho htchrst bidder for rash, lo aatlsfv a certain litdjanent
ami oi-u. now of record In tbe District Court InrDnalpban
County, In the Stale of Kadaas. in whlrh Itlram Tatman la
nlslritiu. arid Daulllia Xatmanaml Catherine Tatnian are
(Ivrn under my hand, this S3d dav of September. A. D.
1973. SAMrr.L MAQUILKEX,
Sheriff of Doniphan County.
September W. IHMv. IV. fee. tlUO.
With a Picln're or Prtsldeat Craat.
We've Tested blm In Dsya rone by. SoncaCba. Tsaasv.'Bo.
The Man who Saved the Xallnn. Snnf a Cba Cowsrr; 33e.
We've n Man fto our Leader. Song a Cberoa, TJa wtmt t. S3e.
Otani. Cam)uiali Msrrli. tack. 33c
Grauf. Gain), lo Ihe White Hrnue. DrrtmltT. 33c.
President Grant's Grand March. Tonn. 40c.
Any of the aboviTmsn-d. poal-pnid. on receipt of marked
price. Adilrrsa. J.urxTxi.3'!riiiudwsrXewTork.
Send 30 aim for the latest nnmbrr of PrTr.ta" Mvaioat.
Mnxmi r. and yoa will xrt rizht. or. nine chslo plaeea of
Sew Music mtlwS.
THE AD VOTTUKE3 OF A sTOBT AD-
Expedition to Equatorial Aisca,
Is Ihe title of a larseertsro volume Just lsed tf.wopply
the denuml forloftwition In rerl to Africa, wlfh Intl.
dents and the w.n.lfiful 1'srnr.f ll SCaaterand Llr
incalonclB their rrnnrk-kU. .sp!lQuua (j thia most la
tsvestiBsnartof thcGloI'e. . , ...
WA S TED la every wntntleCnltedSUtesand Caa
ada. ITn4 Ctasa men aad women arAeents to canvas, for
KnnfsJr wants it. Alrrboor can aell Is.
Addre. rm tor tb. nvt literal lrra-ever offered. Tn
Cjiov PunuaMUo Conra-vr. C3 Tweaty-Second 8L, Cba.
It vsm dep. jt hmm fteintorr at oaoo. scnd'sl nam BBS
ample onpy aad Caavaasia; &. er ILOOfoeC
ATlha aaeetlne of tha tVard f Ce-atr Ouaaaaahiajsa
ofDoolposn C-niy. Kayaa, heM Amjasl , ta. isaa.
It waa resolved to nbailt the Mlwwlaa aieMMoaaio tka
leesl elertor. of aald O-mtat tha ireneral alsaaiam ea tka
nPTH DAT OT KCTKMBWLA. D. trt , .
1st. Shall tbo alyCwrmla-Veraofmwl C-ontyba
requewted to direct, bran Mrr. lbatorses. males, awes,
aaeepandealtM .hall nt ba allowed to ma at larrawitb..
M. Shan the Coawty 4nmrl-lorera of aahl Oiirary b.
reowested to direct, by an order, lbs awln. .tan not ha al
low, to ran al largo srtlMa the hound ofaaU funty
wd-UaaaD-eprrp.'das followa. to-wit: Thoa In fta.
TsrafthaOrst MotnUtloa ahovr santUoaed: -rreattla, '
bones, amln. aasea and sherp ruhnlna af larce." T-aaa-oppoeed
to tha arst proposltioa shore meatiwd.- "Aswan,
rattle. swsT-aa. mvtU.tv sml aheep ronnlaaa; unga."
Taos la frswr of seenad pt,-ilkni alarr maMiinit.
-svrswtae rona.j.Une.r Tn-y .yr ari u aba sea.
aad la-uoatlasi above mroUoacd, "Aglhwl aahla Uliln
Also. Shall tbe Bosrd .f Conslv C-aa--A-ars sel last
poor farm of -aid Cmatr. and wl A -War-reeds ftn-ttaa
sasse, parcha-a another farar ,-aa rsre-d. 4maraa at
bn-Landwith a ajr ontrsl -aatUoa. Tkos romvarof
St1 maZ'Z?JZiZ!ZJ?m hAHMwl-b taaworda,
Twraaaaat' FoorTsvss.- r .j 'ribfailaaai
-amdaase.wwt - - -- --- :?1-! -- .
Attest. , CKABE-naaCTStTS; CVark.