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WAR ON HIGH PRICES!
1,000 pairs of Ladies' and Misses' Cloth
Gaiters, in Button, Polish and Side
Lace, at 50 to 75 cents on the dollar, to
close them out,
500 paira of Ladies' Foxed Button Boots,
reduced from $3.50 to $2.50 and $2.00
per pair; Cheap as dirt.
5,000 pairs of Ladies' Kid and Goat, 'New
port lies, and Slippers, irom 85 cents
All Winter Goods at STKICTLY COST,
PEOPLE OF D0N1PHIN GQUNHl
I want your trade, and
will have it, if good
Goods and Low Prices
will induce von. Come
and examine my Goods
and Prices, and I obli
gate myself to save yon
from 20 to 25 per cent.
and promptly filleil.
Remember the Place!
31 7 Ielix: Street",
ST. JOSEPH. oVIO.
BETTEH TI1AX LEADVILIE COLD,
Is cool health, -which may be preserved by the
timely tue of Compound Extract Karaaparll
la, Dandelion and Iodide of Potassium.
ThU is not a patent medicine; it formula is publish
ed with each bottle. The leading physicians indorse
it. Ask your druggist about, its merits. It cures
Scrofula, Chronic Rheumatism, and all skin diseases,
by purifying the blood and invigorating the liver.
'or Sale Everywhere.
Drown'. Vegetable IArer Pills are prepared
for raring Sick Headache, Constipation, Indigestion
and Torpid Liver. Now is the time to use them and
prevent spring and summer sickness. They are su
perior to Eastern pills; n trial eitaMithei them in ex
try western family.
The great healer of the age is Drown'. Arnica
Salve. It is without a rival for curing Old Sores,
Ulcers, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Piles, and Sore Eyes.
All of Brown', Western Itemedlea for sale,
by C. B. Biekford Ic Co., and D.C.Sinclair, Troy;
Aug. Miller, Wathena.
An old physician, retired from practice, having
bad placed in his hands by an East India missionary
the formula of a simple egetable remedy, for the
speedy and permanent cure for consumption, bron
chitis, catarrh, asthma, and all" throat and lung af
fections, also a positive and radical cure for nervous
debility and all nervous complaints, after having
.lotted its wonderful enrative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his
suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering. I will send, free of
charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, with full di
rections fur preparing and using, in German, French,
or English. Sent by mail by addressing with sjamp,
naming this paper. W. W. Sberar, 149 Powers'
Muck, Kochester, New York. m 4w.
ryiiau with all bisendownient,isinnianytkings
most foolish, he will give all that be hath for his life,
but is reckless and indifferent to his health. He will
grapple a tblef who steals his purse, yet will dally
with a cough and cold and finally go into consump
tion, when such a sure remedy as Eilert's Extract of
Tar and Wild Cherry can be easily obtained. It ier
forms rapid cures, gains friends at every trial, and is
invaluable in bronchial and long diseases. It is a
safeguard for all, from the babe to venerable age. and
health will be restored by its timely use. Xo family
that has used it will be without it. Sold by C. B.
Ilickford & Co. and D. a Sinclair, Troy ; Ang. Miller.
SEW TIME PRICES.
lbs. CoflVe Tor One Dollar, at
JOnifSOX, TOWASESD Ac CO.ft.
Money to Loan,
- On Beal Estate, in sums to suit borrowers, on five
years time, or less. Interest, eight per cent, per annum.
U. Ac W. H. BARTLETT.
Office over Buchanan Bank, St. Joseph, Mo.
Xo the People of Troy.
If you wish to have peace in the family, call at J.
B. Craney's, and purchase tbc O. K. brand of flour.
It is warranted to please.
EP riows and Cultivators at Ireland's,
at St. Joe and Atchison prices.
jy "A stitch in time saves nine" is not more true in
mending clothes, than in getting farm stock through
the winter. An economical and sure help is Cncle
Sam's Condition Powder, it restores the sick, strength
ens the weak, improves the appetite,and will keep th.
stock in a thrivingcondition, for it supplies the valued
qualities in grass. Sold by C. B. Biekford A; Co. and
D. C. Sinclair, Troy; Aug. Miller, Wathena.
Concord Grape Tine.
For sale very cheap by
lOaprlw. C B. Kocsnr, Geary City, Kansas.
ry We Trill aot be nadervold. aad
sSaa'C yoat forces If.
JOHUBOy, TQWXSEMD CO.
CkrtrJACTsox'sBrjTaweet Xarr Tobacco.
BEATS SF JUT ECCETTKIC JaTAJf. -
Isrtereotla Iaclaeat, Tklck show Bow
Eaar U MlTt Hare Bern for a Crazy Jw
Coatasltaai Irreparable Crlate Casus aa
Innocent Man. .
John Thomas died at his home' in Iowa Township,
on Saturday last, and was buried at Highland, Sun-
uay aiiernoon. ill age was about G3 years.
Mr. Thomas was the man whom the Atchison Patriot,
last week, reported as having been beaten and rob
bed by his hired man. The incidents of this affair
are instructive, as showing how often the mob spirit
Is aroused to the commission of atrocities, by
excited imaginations, vague rumors, or by making
strong circumstantial evidence out of trivial msttrrs.
In this case, had not the facta been revealed in time,
an innocent young man might have suffered wrong.
u not aeatn.
Mr. Thomas was bachelor, living on his farm,
between Iowa Point and Highland. The only per
son living with him was a Tonne hired man. named
Price. Some days ago, Thomas was paid a debt of
root oy inane jacason, placing the money in his
pocket-book, and carrying it with him. That day or
the next, he had occasion to go with his wagon to
the saw-mill near the mouth of Wolf Eiver, for some
lumber. While there, he saw a large cat-fish which
some fishermen had for sale, ne purchased a piece
of this fish, and was about taking out his pocket
book to pay for It, when he remembered the large
amount of money he had in it, which he did not
wish to expose to the view of strangers and strag
gler about the mill. He therefore remarked to the
proprietor of the mill that he had do change with
him, asking him if he would not pay for the fish,
and charge it to his account, which, the. other did.
Thomas then returned home with the lumber, and
having eaten dinner, partly eomposed of the cat
fish, he bad his hired man shave him, as was his cus
tom. After performing this operation, the yonng
man went to Highland, on business. Upon his re
turn, he found Mr. Thomas lying on his face upon
the floor, his head and face bloody and mnch bruised,
and he apparently lifeless. He ran for some of the
neighbors, who quickly came to the scene.' As they
lifted Thomas from the floor and placed him on the
bed, they noticed Price standing outside. looking in
at thb window, -with a terrified look. This was a
circumstance that was construed into a feeling of
guilt. Mr. Thomas's pockets were examined, and L
some 50 or fGO were lonnd in his pocket-book, which
convinced them that he had not been assaulted for the
purpose of robbery. Thomas was at length brought
to consciousness, but had no recollection of what
had happened him. He was shown the money which
had been found upon him, to convince him that he
had not been robbed. He at once demanded to know
where the other $C64 was, that he had in his pocket.
Bight here occurs a remarkable mixture of keen
recollection and forgetfulness of things occurring
near together, and of imagination of things that had
never occurred. When he was told that no other
money was found, he exclaimed that he had been
robbed. He stated the exact amount of money that
he had received from Mr. Jackson, describing mi
nutely the bills, huge and small, that he had receiv
ed, even to the two $2 hills that went to complete the
sum of $G6J. ne also recollected that he had writ
ten a receipt for Mr. Jackson, which he hail forgot
ten to sign before delivering Jo him which turned
ont to be the fact. Thb large sum of mouey, bo de
clared, he had in his pocket when he returned borne.
Then it flashed upon his recollection, that while his
hired man was shaving him, he had taken a club
and struck him on the head. He remembered that,
but all afterwards was dark. The hired man saw,
from the signs and movements, that he was looked
upon with suspicion and disfavor. He remarked
that there was $X due him Irom Mr. Thomas for
wages, and that if they would pay him off, he would
go away. Here was another sign of guilt. He want
ed an excuse to get away with his booty. One of
those extra wise individuals who can be found in any
community, was armed with a revolver, and set as
A detecth e to wat li young "Price, to fasten the guilt
upon him, and discover where he had hid the money.
It was even contemplated to bang him up by the
neck until he was almost dead, to force him to a con
fession. But before this was fully determined upon,
some one recollected some expression that Thomas
had made relatheto business with an individual
living some distance away. A messenger was sent
to that place, to inquire if he knew anything of the
$0GJ. He replied that he knew nothing of it ; adding,
that Price was the man whs knew where it was, and
they had better string him np at once. About this
time, Mr. Daniel Boatman, a farmer in the neighbor
hood, baring got wind of what was transpiring, ap
peared upon the scene. Hebrought the $66J, In bills
precisely as described by Mr. Thomas. He said that
Thomas bad passed his house, on his way home from
the saw-mill, and entering the house, had handed
the package of money to Mrs. Boatman, telling her
to keep it for him, till he called for it. She did not
Ln.w what to make of it, and disliked to ha e so
large a sum of money in the house. Thomas had
formerly boarded with them, and doubtless feeling
unsafe carrying the money alouo over those solitary
roads, it bad probably occurred to him that he could
safely trust it with Mrs. Boatman. But this trans
action had entirely escaped his memory, while he
recollected distinctly that his hired man, while
shaving biin, had felled him with a club. But this
relieved Price from the surveillance of the amateur
detective, and from the hands of a mob that was al
ready tlurstlng fur bis blood.
An examination of Thomas' wounds, and his con
dition, left no doubt that he had fallen in an epilep
tic fit, having bruised his head and face in the fall,
and no doubt in his subsequent struggles. It was
afterwards ascertained that Mr. Thomas had been
seen out of doors, cairylng in a load of wood, after
he was shaved, and after the hired man had depart
ed for Highland.
Mr. Thomas was from Nicholas County, Kentucky,
and went to IowaPoint in the Spring of 18J7. For a
time be clerked in the store of X. K. Stout. He was
a singular man in appearance, and eccentric in char
acter. He was a bachelor, living sometimes alone,
and sometimes with a hired man. His hunse was
hardly fit for a stable. He was considered miserly,
but waaakind-kearted man nevertheless. He loaned
considerable moneyrbut would never receive more
than 10 per cent, interest. He would seldom vote,
and for some years managed to avoid assessment for
taxes, saying that he did not want to be made pay
for public extravagance. But of late years, he had
cencluded to pay his share of taxes, and honestly
gave in bis nroperty. He was worth, in money and
land, about $20,000 or (25,000. He has several broth
ers in Missouri, who are also wealthy".
In addition to the epileptic fit, Mr. Thomas had
something like neuralgia of the bowels, which doubt
less hastened his death. A few days before his
death, he remarked that he had often thought of be
ing baptised, and determined to have the rite per
formed then, by a Caropbellite minister, even if it
hastened his death, ne was taken to the small
creek near his house, and immersed. UisH brother
then observed to him, that all his brothers and sis
ters had as much money as they needed; that he
had been living In that neighborhood for more than
twenty years, and onght to giro' something to aid
the Campbellito church of that vicinity. He replied
that he would leave it $2,000 in his will; but before
he could carry his intention into effect, be became
incapable of willing, and died. But no doubt his
brother will see that the idea of his own suggestion
is carried out. f g-
7" Mrs. Ann Eliza Young had but a limited au
dience, on Friday night. But her lecture was pro
nounced excellent, and should have been listened to
by a fnll house. But the trnth is, that Troy has
been surfeited with entertainments, the past few
months. In the present state of the times, they can
not afford to patronize them extensively, even the
best of them. We think that those who are consult
ed hereafter with regard to entertainments, would
do well to discourage their coming, at least until
next Fall or Winter. Our people want a rest.
tyA number of persons about Troy have recently
been fixing np and ornamenting their lot la the Cem
etery with flower and evergreens. Among those
engaged in the work, were CoL Leland, Mrs. Perry,
Mrs. Soper, Mrs. Kecfcr, Mrs. Atchison, Mr. Bunk,
and a number of others. It was a good idea, for the
Cemetery needed attention. Mr. James Mack fur
nished the head-work for the business.
ty Some of the Troy boys, who recently went to
Lead vQle, write that the first man they (truck whom
they knew, was "Cheap John" selling quack nos
trums on the street. John remarked that he could
do a good business, if it were not for the Troy boy
"gi ving him away."
17 A glorious rain occurred last Thursday, be
ginning in the night, and lasting until noon. It
came straight down, and lots of It, without any blow
or dash, and it all went Into the sround, where it
Maixrco ox toe Death Ben. We last week men
tioned that a young man la this Township, Jacob
Miller, had died a few days after being married, but
there were several mistake in the statement. Miller
and Miss Mary Kiley, daughter oi John Kilry, went
to St. Joseph, on Saturday, April 12th, to bo married
by a Catholic priest, the lady being a Catholic. But
they vers informed, upon arriving there, that ac
cording to the rules of the church, the marriage most
be published from the pulpit a certain length of
time before the marriage. They then started home,
and on the way, Miller, who had been ailing, became
quite sick. A license was procured in the Probate's
office, in this County, bnt Miller not improving, the
marriage was delayed. Finally, on Saturday, the
19th, one week from the time they came from St.
Joseph, all hope of Miller's recovery were abandon
ed, and he desired the marriage to take place.
Squire Soper was sent for, who performed the cere
mony that evening, and on Sunday Miller died. His
disease was pneumonia. He possessed several thou
sand dollars' worth of property, which, by the mar
riage, fills to his wife, who has been appoiutcd Ad
ministratrix of the estate.
Aiucikskd IxsASE. Xick Wood used to own a
farm some few miles sooth of Troy, on the Doniphan
road. But it passed out of his possession, and for
several years past, he hail been absent from the
County. Bnt recently he returned, in an impaired
state of mind. He lingered around the old place,
now occupied by J. H. Bobertson, and cut many sin
gular pranks, such as getting up in the night, and
with lighted candle exploring the hired girl's room,
etc. On last Thursday, after the rain, Mrs. Bobert
son discovered Xick in her best bed, with his muddy
boots and clothing on. A messenger was sent to
town for the officers to come and take charge of him.
Constable H. C. Bailey, with a posse, went down,
but had quite a straggle before they secured him,
Constable Bailey being bitten on the hand. Wood
was lodged in jail, and on Saturday a jury adjudged
him insane. lie got off a number of sharp jokes on
those who were trying him, and almost convinced
them that they were the craxy ones. He is still In
jail, for safe keeping. It is said that he lost Us bal
ance on account of a girl.
A Model. "What is the price of your paper a
yearP asked a stranger, entering the office, last
Here Is your money. Direct to Brenner. 'Will
you giro me a copy of your last issue t Thank you.
This actually oecnrred, last week, in as few words
as we have given above. We mention it, because we
admire the model business manner of the subscriber.
After being informed the price of the paper, the man
didn't ask us if we couldn't take less, considering
the hard times. He did not spend half a day argu
ing that he could get a St. Louis or a St. Joe paper
for a dollar a year, and that when wheat and corn
were so low, we onght to come down on the price of
tho paper. He didn't consume a dollar's worth of
his own and our time, in trying to convince us that
we ought to take half a dollar less for the paper
than we could afford to. He asked a business ques
tion, we gave him a truthful answer, and the thing
Br. Kinf. California Golden Compound,
Is a strictly vegetable preparation, and will posi
tively cure Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Acidity of
Stomach, coming up of Food, Pain In pit of Stomach,
Low Spirits, Biliousness, Constipation, Jaundice, Liv
er Complaint, or any affection of Stomach or Liver,
iu the shortest time possible. You are not asked to
buy until you know what yon are getting. There
fore, as you value your existence, do not fail to go to
your Druggist, D. C. Sinclair, and get a trial bottle
rr of charge, which will show what a regolar one
dollar bottle will do. Ask for Dr. King's California
Golden Compound and take no other. Sold by D. C.
Sinclair, Troy, Kansas. (4)
C5 Dnring the year 1879, The "Kansas Monthly
will give a detailed description of every County in
the State, with a map of each licautlfully printed in
colors, and accompanied with Illustrations cf Budd
ings, Scenery, Etc. These descriptions will com
mence with the April number, and will form, when
completed, an Illustrated Geography of Kansas.
Subscribe at once, and get this geography complete.
The March number of the Kantat Monthly con
tains fnll instructions for obtaining title to go em
inent land under the Homestead, Timber Culture,
and Preemption Laws.
ry Mr. Bridges' family left, last week, for Iowa,
where they will make their future home. George
Strahan, who has just been to Chicago, assisting cat
tle shippers, sajs that, while pasting through Bur
lington, as the train was crossing a street, and he
was standing on the top of a car, he heard some one
call to him, and looking down, saw Bridges, dressed
in that snit friend Miller made for him, in which to
attend the Democratic State Convention. It is un
derstood that he is now in the patent right business.
fy H. C. Boot and Mr. Lopcr. of the Atchison
Champion, are working up the interest of the Daily
Champion in Northern Kansas. They have complet
ed arrangements by which the daily will reach Troy
Junction regularly on the 8.30 train in the morning,
and go wist by the mail train on the Denver road.
This w ill bring the Champion to Troy two hours ahead
of any other daily paper, and take it to points west
as early as any other. This should insure the Daily
Champion a large list in Northern Kansas.
Bncklen'a Arnica Salre.
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts, Bruises,
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bhcum, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin Eruptions.
This Salre is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
in every case, or money refunded. Price 25 Cents
per Box. For sale by D. C. Sinclair, Troy, Kansas.
Mrs. B. Locke wishes to inform the ladies Cf Troy
and vicinity, that she has one of the finest stocks of
Millinery goods that ever came to Troy, and will be
sold at St- Joe. prices. Hats trimmed from 25 ceut
up to $7.00. Excellent Xo. one Bonnets, of the latest
style ; also, Ruches, Veiling, and everything in Mil
linery line. Please call and see my goods, before
April 21. Mas. B. Locke.
CP Some of the colored friends of Mr. Thornton
Walker tell tho story, that not long ago, he announc
ed to his friends that he would serve up a coon for
dinner on a certain day, and Invited them to come
and partake with him. They went at the appointed
time, but when they entered the house, they found
that Thornton had taken time by the forelock. The
last bite of coon had disappeared, and he was sitting
on the floor, sopping out the skillet I
Scexe. Suburbs of Troy. He was giving her taffy,
and dictionary talk, and had Intimated that she was
a being of a better world.
"Yes," she retorted, "I am expecting every day to
tnrn to an angel, and be taken up alive."
"Ob," said he, "when that happens, I wont to be
there, to see your apotheosis."
"Xo, you shant ; Til hold down my dress ."
From the subscriber, living in Burr-Oak Township,
fire mile north-west of Wathena, on the night of
April 23d, a roan mare colt, two years old. The
finder will be suitably rewarded, by returning the
colt, or giving information leading to Its recovery,
W. E. Foster sells the Champion machine the
most durable, the lightest draught, easiest managed
and simplest machine in the market. It will out
wear your mother-in-law. apriUlw2.
ry Hazen ti. Pugh are moving the livery stable
from near the Higby House to their other stable, far
ther west, and will join the two together.
iy We learn that the wife of James Gallagher,
one of the oldest residents in the vicinity of Fanning,
died on Tuesdsy, of pneumonia.
HP Frank Case, of Severance, has bought out
Wm. Mann's and Loyd Bailey's harness shops, in this
place, and controls the business here.
ty Julius Brown has his soda fountain running.
He turns out good drink. We have tried it.
ty For a glass of number one Soda Water, go to
Julius Brown's Bestaurant.
THE CCLTIVATiex OF HOSES.
"Base are her cheeks,
And a rose her lips."
The best way far ladies to cultivate this rare spe
cie of roses is by studying and practicing the rales
of hygiene, a taught in the Peoples Common Sense
Medical Adviser, onlytl JO. Address the author, B.
yJPere? M..D- Orand Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo,
X.Y. Usuffering from those palnfol weaknesses In
cident to the female organism, tue Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Proscription a never-tailing remedy for these
Corn planting is going rapidly forward. The drill-
ing process is also in great favor among oar farmers.
Manck 4. Bm. are shelling the corn which O. Bailey
has had stored in his crib, sooth of the mill, this
Our blacksmiths are all overstocked with work,
consisting mostly of repairing and sharpening plows,
and the only complaint is, that the work cannot all
D. Mcintosh was np from Troy, last week, attend
ing to his insurance business in this part of the
Bememhcr the mask and nulk party at E. X. Em
bree's, next Friday night. Go, eat, drink, get fat,
and be merry.
Tom Burns has sold his sixty acre farm, west of
town, to a brother of George Garlock. Price paid,
Debating is a new feature recently introduced into
the Bed Bibbon Club. The Club has now all the at
tractions of a literary society, and is constantly grow
Straw hats are beginning to make their appearance
out of doors. Xow bring on your linen dusters.
Miss Leila Miller, of Troy, and Miss Zoo Case, of
Highland, spent a couple of days In our city, last
week. The latter, we learn, has started a music class,
with every prospect of success.
The Government steamer "Clytie," about one-fifth
the size of the ferry boat, and little larger than a
skiff, passed upward, last Saturday evening, bound
for Nebraska City.
David Stanley is converting the hog lot on Main
Street, which he recently purchased of Dr. Pngsley,
into a bl ue-grass lawn. FoUow snit.
Below Is the report of B. B. Agent Embree, of the
number of loaded cars shipped from this point for
the month ending April 30th. Well, you said it was
below. How far below shall we look for it I Atten
tion, all Itemixers! Always finish your paragraphs.
Mrs. Mary Murphy, wife of John Murphy, died last
Thursday morning, at their residence, in the western
part of town, aged 47 years, 1, month, and 7 days.
Mrs. Murphy had long been ailing with dropsy and
heart disease, of which she died. Her remain were
interred in Oliv e Branch Cemetery, on Friday.
The appointments made by our City Council are as
follows: Marshal, Mr. Bicker; City Clerk, Wm.IL
Forncrook ; Street Commissioner, Patrick Dunleavy.
Dan. Bo'uerts resigned his position as clerk in A.
Poulet's store, last Monday, and left for Atchison,
where he has accepted a situation iu the Chicago,
Bock Island at Pacific B. B. Office, along with Ed.
Palmer. Dan. has always been one of our most gay
and sociable boys, and he will be sadly missed by his
old comrades, and the patrons of Mr. Poulet's store.
Many preparations were made, during the whole of
last week, on the part of our citizens, to attend the
1. 0. 0. F. celebration at Highland, on Saturday last.
On the appointed day, there was not an unengaged
vehicle In the place. From what we hear, a very
pleasant time was had, although our denizens were
very much surprised aud chagrined at finding
most or all of the enthusiasm concentrated in them
selves, and other parts of the County but slightly
represented. After their return home from the cel
ebration, the band treated the folks to a grand and
very fine toot.
Clark Fowler last Tuesday vacated the premise
recently sold by him to David Stanley, and started
for Atchison, where ho intends starting a hotel.
Another steamer passed np the river, about dusk
Sunday evening, bound for the head waters of the
Winter wheat looks finely, even if it did get a late
start. .In fact, grain of all kinds looks well. Early
planting of corn is up.
Thousands of bushels of grain have been shipped
from here, the post week, notwithstanding the farmers
have been busy with farm work.
It is now the talk that the engineers will commence
the survey for the railroad from Atchison here, next
Joe Keliey and fl. 11. Hall bare each built them a
nice dwelling house ; and still houses are scarce, and
hard to rent.
A. Glass has the foundation done for a house. Frank
Case is preparing to build. Some six or eight new
houses will be put np before the middle of the Sum
mer. Johnny Morley leaves, this week, for the moun
tains. He has been clerking for Mr. Kirwan about
eight years. He has many warm friends here, who
wdl ever wish him success.
George Mock has beeiunaking quite an addition to
his already fine lot of stock, by purchasing a fine
blooded bull. He was bought in Andrew County,
Missouri. In a few years, Doniphan County will be
hard to beat in fine stock, even by Counties in older
Chas. Kopeitx was setting up the cigars, Friday
last. It's a girl weight, 10 pounds.
W. E. Foster is the "Champion" man of tho County.
Call and see him.
S. S. Dyers has sold his restaurant, and will ( this
Summer, for his health. What will he do t Pr.
Tho grist mill is getting a fresh coat of paint, which
helps its looks very much.
ty Just receii ed at our yards,' a ear-load of fresh
lime, for spring trade. All parties wanting any thing
in this line, will find it to their interest to first call
and learn our bed rock prices.
3w Cook & Miller.
tJT it Yon Want to Bay Charter Oak or Mad
ison Cook Stores, Bock Island, Garden City, or Can
ton Cultivators, Sulky and Walking Plows, Listing
Plows, Hardware of all kinds. Corn Snellen, Garden
Tools, Shovels, Spades, Builders' Hardware, Tinware,
Woodenware, Barb Wire, Sewing Machino Xeedles
and Oils, and Field Seeds of all kinds, at the Lowest
Market Prices, call on or address
L. C. XELSOX,
Feb. IX Severance, Kansas.
As it has been some time since this place ha been
heard from, we attempt a few items. We will not
promise to give tbc East Xorway and Severance
The farmers are as happy as big sunflowers, when
they glance over the rich fields surrounding this no
ted place, Syracuse. A number of the farmers are
so sure of crops as to purchase reapers.
Our school is splendid, under the proficient care of
Bev. Skinner is prospering; congregation increas
ing. J. P. Bitner has charge of a very interesting Bible
class, every Sunday, at the school ho, and will
preach there, next Sabbath ovenlng.
We understand that J. JL Stephenson will return
from Chicago, some time next month, and will speak
on "The Eastern Question."
At Bellemont, Kansas, April 21, 1879, Ma. Ciuilzs
Qcrcc, in the 38th year of his age.
Those who knew Mr. Quinu best, loved him most.
Kind, generous, and gentlemanly at all times, he
left behind many friends to mourn hi early departure.
For him to die, was gain. He is not dead, for God
took him. He died in the triumph of Faith, and long
before the last enemy laid bis cold band npon him,
expressed a strong desire to depart, and be -with
Christ, which is far better. We eanpot but believe
that he ho laic down the Cross to take up the Crown.
Far from this world of toil end strife,
11. s preaeat with the Lord ;
Th. labors of his mortal life
End In a great reward.
See What Russell Has!
Lallarpe Biding and Walking Cultivators.
Iowa Com Planter, weight 270 lbs.
Lunilier and Platform Spring Wagons.
MrBride Sulky Plow Attachment.
Full line of Cook Stores.
Wagon and Heavy Hardware.
Feed MBls and Ground Feed.
Lime, Hair, and Cement.
ty R. W. Fte-aiac 4c Btrav. Ho. 47
Veils Sraesfa(.oseik, hare Jtaat re
ceives! tVoat the East their Ssst-Iasr
Stock mats, Caps. Mtntw Ca,
watch they are oelllaar at Uwlgans.
iy Why be distressed with headache, low spirit
aid nervousness, when Eilert's Daylight Liver Pill
win sorely cure you. Sold by OB. Biekford 4k Co
and D. C. Sinclair, Troy; Aug: Miller, Wathena.
17 Call at Lelaad's, vhtii you vast
riows or Crutirators.
Yon Can Buy at
A. A. McININCH,
!, !-, 14 Fi-ttferick Atchbc, St. Jmcphh.
For one dollar, 11 pounds of standard A sugar.
For one dollar, 12 pounds of standard C sugar.
For one dollar, 10" pounds of granulated sugar.
For one dollar, 16 pounds ofXcw Orleans sugar.
For one dollar, Cj pounds of choice coffee.
For one dollar, 8 pound of fair coffee.
For one dollar, 3 pounds Old Government Java coffee.
For one dollar, 5 pounds of Japanese tea.
For one dollar, ! pounds of Imperial tea.
For one dollar, 4 pounds of Gunpowder tea.
For one dollar, S pound of choice Gunpowder tea.
For one dollar, I J pounds of the very best tea.
For one dollar, SI pounds of choice dried apple.
For one dollar, 55 pound of nonuny.
For one dollar, 13 pounds of rice.
For one dollar, 21 pounds of sal soda.
For one dollar, 22 pounds of laundry starch.
I wish to make the general announcement that I have just returned from the MAXUFACTUKIXG
CEXTBES OF THE EAST with the largest General stock that I have ever carried. I have a very large
stack of AGBICULTUBAL IMPLEMENTS, that I shall make special price on for the next thirty days.
rLEA.SE COMPARE PRICES.
My new Spring stock of Dry Goods and Xotion is now in. purchased before the late advance. I have now
in stock a magnifici nt line of Men's, Boys and Youths' Clothing and Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Tin and
My new Spring Stock of Boots and Shoes are arriving dsil v. I also eaU attention to our large stock of
Harness and Ssddlrry.
With my facilities for buying, with no rent to pay, and with very light expenses, carrying, as I do, all
departments under one roof, enable me to offer extremely low price in every department.
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Call and look through the largest General Store in the
Free Stabling and Yard and abundance ofgood water.
STe4ftLAvBWKiy Ti "hwAitavurrfa
vvhitcSewino Machine Co. Cleveland', ohio. B
In and About Doniphan.
On the 29th of May, a protracted meeting will be
commenced in this place, at the M. E. church. Sev
eral able divines will be present.
A couple f black horses were seen tied to some
tree in the bottom above town, last Thursday night,
about ten o'clock. It Is supposed they were stolen,
aad the thieves were waiting for a late hour to pas
through town. Xext morning they were gone. Jer
ry James is our informant.
Some grown-up children, and others not grown,
hove been plucking shrubbery and flowers from
graves in the Masonic Cemetery. We would say to
parents and children, be careful, for fear that some
mysterious Proridence might cause the hand to par
alyze that steals from the dead.
Female tramps are liecomlng numerous along the
Xick Wood ha passed through town several
times, in the last week, and the last time he was
barefoot, and bis pant torn and muddy. It is
thought that poor Xick hat lost Bis mind. His
friends should look to him.
Born, to Joseph Hagaman, a son, April 25th.
Joe, in anticipation of the arrival or this noted per
sonage, has for some time had his wagon loaded for
Southern Kansas, lis started Thursday, to locate
a home In the South-West, his family remaining here
till bis return.
John Curtis is about , repairing clocks, and is do
ing a good business. Ho has succeeded in"securing
for himself high-toned store-pipo, which adds
greatly to his appearance aa clock-repairer.
line rains. Wheat looks beautiful, and prospects
are good for a large yield.
Vineyard men are busy preparing their vine and
clearing the ground for a large yield of grapes.
Adam Brenner is repairing his Hall, and painting
the outside. A little more enterprise in the way of
repairs and white-washing, would add greatly to
the appearance of our town.
Oar school commenced, last Monday, for a term of
Langan and Baughman brought in another large
lot of cattle for shipment. They, are lit o stock men,
reliable, straight-forward, cash men, and will do
just what they say.
A new shoe and harness shop started in town.
Joseph McCrum, one of Atchison's live merchants,
was up, last week.
Mrs. McXichols, mother of Mrs. McCrum, was np,
this week, v isitiug friends.
Died, an infant son of Henry and Eliza Bamsey,
Born, to Wm. Gideons, a 12-pound son, April 21th.
It was a nice party at Wejer's, last Thursday
night. Just enough young folks to hare a good time.
Joseph Filby, who has been clerking for C. C.
Philbrick, goes to Atchison, next Monday. We nev
er saw two young men take it so hard, and look so
forlorn and gloomy over the departed. It has be
come a serious matter, and it is feared that in their
love frenzy, Susan-side will be the finale.
We saw Mike Brannan brother of James, who is
lying very low at Leadville, on Monday. He had
just received a dispatch that James was not any
better. Frank Mcliugh had arrived there, who is
nursing him. It is to be hoped that James may re
cover, and get back safely home.
Business in town, the last week, ha been good.
Merchants have a good trade. Goods in Doniphan
are sold at low figures. People should look to their
interests, and trade where they can buy the most
goods for the least money.
Wm. Quinn has moved into bis new hun?c, on his
Corn planting Is going ahead lively.
The health of this community is generally good.
Fine rain, last Thursday night. CLOO-HorrEB.
The Latest Invention la Vaefnl Household
Within the last few years there ha been expended
a great deal of Inventive thought and genius upon
what may properly be classed as household articles,
the most noted results of which are the production
of the sewing machine, the wringer, the washing ma
chine, the carpet sweeper, ace. Almost every weak;
we chronicle the advent of some new Invention'by
which the cares and labor of housekeeping are les
sened, and women's work made easier.
The newest thing to challenge our attention and
gladden the heart of the housekeeper. Is, what is
called the Xovelty Brush Holder. Carpet Stretcher
snd Sweeper, a very simple contrivance designed to
firmly hold in position any kind of a brush or duster;
having an extension handle that enables one to wash
or dust windows, walls or ceiling without the aid of
a step ladder. That is one of it conveniences, ami
it is also one of the "best carpet sweepers in the mar
ket, holding the brash firmly at an angle. It clean
the carpet thoroughly, raises no dust, and doe not
wear the carpet like the ordinary broom or brash,
and will outwear a half dozen broom. A a handle
for the scrubbing brush It is the best device ever
mad; so more kneeling on the floor, no more back
ache or sore fingers.
A a carpet stretcher alone it is worth it east, a a
carpet of any ixe ran be laid evenly without any of
the labor and vexation usually attending such work.
It is strong, simple, thoroughly made, cannot get oat
of order, has no screws, levers or binges, is compact, J
cheap and durable.
It i manufactured by Brown tc. Co., Cincinnati,
the well known manufacturer of useful household
articles, ami is sold only by their agent to house
keepers. The real utility of this article wOlatosce
be seen by those most Interested, and we predict for
it a large sale. Every housekeeper in the land "will
Any reliable lady or gentleman wlshlag remnoera
tire employment, would do well to secure the agency
for this County, which can be done by enclosing a
stamp 'for descriptive circular and term, to
BBOWX It CO.,
Grand Hotel BuHdiag, Cincinnati, O.
iy The largest assortment of Groceries and Pre-J
visions. Dry good and Actions, Boot and oboes,
Hats, ie, will be found at the store of Caas-Kaebs,
Doniphan. Hi seJJiojf, for cash enable him to adl
at the lowest figures, 2tafr3v,
t ' mmm'mmm ' ' " " 0
y pon't fcrgrt to rail at J. B. Craney's, for aasao
of that O.K. flour.
For one dollar, C pounds of baking powder.
For one dollar, 6 gallons of coal oil.
For one dollar, SO bars of Kirk's soap.
For one dollar, 30 bar ofgood laundry soap.
For one dollar, 12 2-pound cans of blackberries.
For one dollar, 10 5-pound cans of strawberries.
For one dollar, 12 2-pound cans of gooseberries.
For one dollar, 9 2-poond can of standard oysters.
For one dollar, 6 1-poond can of salmon.
For one dollar, 21 pounds of native peaches.
For one dollar, 30 pound of beans, choice.
For one dollar, 21 pound of best soda.
For two dollar and forty cents. barrel family white
For one dollar and fifty cents, barrel.' family white
j For sixty cent, I barrel family white fish.
Everything is peaceable at this place, and every
body is busy attending to their own business, whicb,
by the way, is quite an item of importance.
Corn-planting is under full headway now, and the
condition of the soil U excellent, and a fair prospect
for all kinds of crops.
There is a good field open for some sporting man
with a good pack of hounds. Two large wolves can
be seerfhalfa mile north of Brenner, any day. They
are not very wild, and one could get a good start
with them. They just play with all the farm dogs
In this vicinity. Come, gentlemen ; I will show
them to you-
We have a telegraph office here now. Mr. Hon. J.
B. is the operator. Trains can pass here now, with
out being laid out two or three hours, and passen
gers can have the trains stop, so they can get on
without being crushed. Mr. Blood, the late agent,
will get a better place, where the work la not so
hard, and take up so much of his time. A little rest
is good for one's bones.
There is great revolting about the herd law around
here. Some are going to turn out any how. Even
those who were always in favor of it, are tho ones
that seem to be crippled the worst.
The apple crop will be good ; peaches, not many;
wild plums, plenty.
We are in receipt or letters from the Leadville
gold mines, also from the Cowley County mines.
Haven brother in both places. Leadville is a suc
cess, while Cowley is supposed to bo a blow-out of
the first water.
Will the editor or some of his correspondents in
form us, through tho Chief, where one can send
specimens of ore to have it assayed; or if there is
not some good geologist close by, that one could get
to make an examination of some ore, and its locality
and surrounding I
Tramps line the road again, but never look for
work nor fail to ask for supplies. Still the Green
back leaders say there are 4,000,000 tramps out of
employment. They have all the employment they
want, and their trade requires. jf jr,
3IcCrum & Cowen have opened up In Atchison, at
515 Commercial St, between 5th and Cth St., north
side, a general stock of merchandise suited to the
want of the country trade. We want everybody to
come and see us in our new store Thankinz the
public for past patronage, we solicit a continuance of
the same. Very respectfully,
20mch. McCBUM & COWEX.
ry For a pamphlet on Electric Treatment of
chrome diseases with Electricity, which will be sent
free, address the Mcintosh Electric Belt and Battery
ct, is anu i4 Jackson St., Chicago. III. Sold by C.
u. motion! ac Co. and V. C. Sinclair, Trov; An-.
ty "VVc have received and placed on
our counter, this week, one of tho largest
and best nssortmentK of nickel goods ever
bronght west, aud wo respectfully ask
you to call and examine, and make jour
Jonxsox, Towxsexd & Co.
Come and examine our new samples of Wall Paper
and Borders. Large stock. St. Joseph or Atchison
prices dnplicated. a B. BtcxroRD &. Co.
Don't fail to go to C. B. Biekford Sc Co. foryonr I.
Every pound warranted, and can be returned If not
satisfactory. We defy the "Heathen Chinee" in
MEW TIME PRICES.
I0- Jterr Orlenna Sasar for Oae
JOHSSO. TOW7lED 4c CO.'H.
ryFor every ache, pain and bruise on man or
beast, Uncle Sam's Xerve and Bone Liniment la the
Troy ; Ang. Miller, Wathena.
iy For Boots and Shoes, For Xotions and staple
dry goods, For Queenaware aad Groceries, go to the
cash store of McCrum k Cowen. Atchison.
EL It is astonishing to see so many
beautiful and useful articles, on the nickel
aTOHXSOX, TQWX8EXD & Co.
ry For cheap, and for goal clothing, go to
McCrum ic Cowen, Atchison.
Ear If yon hare aay real estate to sell, apply to X.
B. tc, G. T. Wood, Troy, Kansas.
AU kinds of Machine Oils, aa low as at St. Joe. or
Atchissn, at C.B.Bicktop At Co.
EP Sulky Plows, at Leland's.
Wuat Xext rBandolph Tucker, of Virginia, pro
pose to pejmit ex-rebel soldiers to boldrommis-
Jo,!B,,he,.Vn,,ed 8utn umJ- The motion
Drobahlv wDl be to restore to thete . .i. ..-
olBcers of the regular army who resigned their eora
mjssiaasto go Into the rebelliaa. Or suppose we
pre them the rank they would have attained if they
EadrenuinedloyaL lmSsuB-oace pdGiargli
sUvekoIderaover 88 fr eaHdren that would
have been born if their slave mothers had not been
kUIed by the blowing nn of SemlnoU fort in Flori-dns-ColHmbw
, TT atABaUtTS.
Tiecs-Best Fsll wheat, retail, ttUaxaa, secMut
grade, mxaXSt, lew grade, tut.
Bra -r -
Baxltt v - -
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De.MPUAX ceraTV didectokv.
Jodre 3d Judicial District Auxin O. Ottx.
Coaatv Commissioners U. I. SillUKT, CIBCS LltAVO,
Jr. Wx. 11. Dxckaep.
Sheriff Ciiakuu l!i rxiialteh.
Clerk of District Court F.J Clofe.
Treasurer ltoatsrr ruexoexo.
Coaaty Clerk D. Yf . Mossc.
County Attorney Tuo. W. llEATUr.
Probate Jndie Eobxkt WlULKSOX.
Reiisterof Deeds Josini F. IUursox.
.Superintendent ot Public Instruction Kowuc nxtXET.
Surveyor Ciuaus Coasrsics.
Coroner Da. W. W. Caktes.
I. O. O. F.
Troy Cllv LoJre , Xo. a?, meets every Satunlsy night,
at Old Fellows' flail, over llnders' Sank. AU members
.r 1 lie f Iritir ar eordlillc invited to attend.
s. x. jonxsox. x.
C. G. Bailxt. U. Sec
King Lmle. Xo. HI. 1. 0.0 1. meets every Tuesday
nlcht. st Its Hall, in Severance, Kansas. Visiting broth
ers cordially lnvtteu.
A. J. ilOWKV, X. O.
A. P. A: A. 31.
Tm V-rulfr Vd. 51 A F. and A. 11.. meeU In the!.
nail, first Monday la each month before full moon, an-s
second Saturday tbersafter.
J JA u WILUAMSOX, W. M.
D. C. Sixcuik, Sec.
Wathena Lodge. Xo. M. A. F. A. St, meets at their
Ball every Saturday on or before the Full Moon, and ev.
err two weeks thereafter. VUltln brethren are cordial
ly Invited to attend. AUG. 11 ILL tit, W. M.
K. OF If.
Trov Ledce. Xo. 1317. Knights of Ilomr. meets tho
second and fiaf th Friday evenings in each month. In O M
Fellows' Hall, over Coders Bank. .......
D. C. oIXCLAin, Dictator.
Boatarr Woatxsov, Eeporter.
C11UCCIL Sen-lcr r Tcry Sabbath. t .0 A
ami 7 I M. rrajrr mcvtlnj; f ry Tburnlay
rif t in p exr ry i nana
J. A. AMDS, rfttor.
ST. JOSEPH & DENVER CITY R.R.
TIME TABLE NO. IO.
To tale Effect on Friday, Feb. 1st, 1878, at 3 A. II.
Company reserving tho right to vary at pleasnro.
Stations. Xo.7. Jso.5. Xo. 3. Jo.I.
Thr'o F't Thr'o F't Way F-! Mall and
snd Ace, snd Ace snd Ace Express.
St- Jowyh. lilUr. M. 7J0A.SL 6.00 A. X. 9-40 AJI.
West St-Jos. 12: to 800 6,30 9-33
Wstbena. lot) e-30 SJrl 10-09
Troy, 1 43 !H3 7 43 10-30
A. AX. June. IJ3 9-1 J fit I0-4S
Xorway. !S 9JJ J0 tcti7
Severance. f l07 SMC II 13
Leons. 3 43 " 10-J3 MO 11.37
Kohinson. 3 A3 ll-Vt IfrOO II Ji
m...lt 4J3sr. ItASsr. I0-47ST. .
niawatha. mle. I2.I7I.PJ1 11.15 le. ' "
ct-.i. 6J0ar. ZJ3ar. lilTsr.X. lJOsr.
babetlia, 70Oc, 53 le. l.tSIe. ljale.
Seneca, e-15 4 13 15 43
MarvsviUe, 1100 fiolej i30 4M-
Hanovcr. 12.10 eSO 6 to !
Falrhnry, I 6-
Stations. 2to.2. I Xo. 4. Xo. 6. Xo..
Mall and War F't Thr'o KL Way l"t
Express, tand Ace, ami Ace, and Ace.
Uastlnco, 4 00 a. II.
Failhury. 7 43
Hanover. ImM' IJOa.x. 7.30 a.m. 1O00a.it.
Marysvflle, V.50 3.40 e-45 11,15
benxa, UJX .40 II JO 43r.U.
c.i.ii.. IfcSIarji. IO03ar. ItSrfarJt 4 13
rlina, rsnle. 10:40 le. 1.30 le. 4J3
in .it,. l -n lJarJ! 53ar. , .
Hiawatha, 1J3 ,71,. 3.,jIe. 6 '
Koblnson. X.-34 1J3 3.53 tL53
Leons. Z.43 37 421 7 '.0
Severance; 3 01 3 01 4 43 7 15
Xonrar. 3 30 3 JO 3:31 H 10
A. AX. Jane 3J3 4 13 600 8J1
Trov. 3.40 4 23 6:10 9-00
Wathena, 4 04 iOH 6J4 0-43
West St. Jos. 4 23 3:43 7 23 lot:
St. Joseph, 4 40 6 00 7.43 110:30
Hatter f Trawvortalum. General Hananer.
4. W. ATWILL,
b'ra'l FreQht and TUlrl Agent.
The Atchison & Nebraska Railroad.
Xo. 1, mail and express, blares Atchison at 150 p. m.,
Troy Janction at 2:00 p. m.i arrive at Uneola at S 40 p. nt.
Xo. 3, throach freight and accommodation, leaves At
chison at 7 00 a. m., and Troy Junction at 6.40 a. a.
Xo. 2, mall snd express, leaves LIncola st 4 00 a. m.:
Troy Janction at l'H p. m.; strives at AtchUoa at S JO
Xo. 4. through freight and accommodation, leaves Lin
coln at 3-00 a. m. t Troy Junction at 4 JO p. m. ; arrives at
Atchison at 6 SO p. nu
Train X. t leavea Atchison after arrival of all Eastern
traisa i connects with St. Jo. & D. C. K. K. from St. Jo
seph, st Troy Janction. Train Xo. 3 eonneeta at Troy
Junction with tho St. Jo. a D.C for the West. Train
Xo. 2 connects at Troy Junction with St. Jo. a D. C. 11. It.
for bt- Joseph ; nukes close connections st Atchison,
srlth the Missouri Pacific for Leiten worth. Kansas City.
St. LouU, and all Eastera aad Southern pouts. With the
H. a St. Jo, for HannlbaL Qaisey, and tha East. With
the C K. X. A P. K. K. far Bock Island, Chicago, and tha
East. With the K.C St. Jo. a UlUfor Cnicazo and
the East. With the C. B. U. P., for Concordia and tho
Solomon Valley. With tho A, T. A S. F. K, far Denver.
Fachlo, aad the Great Southwest.
Connections are mads st Lincoln with the B. A 11 . in Xe
araaka, and Xebraska Bailwsjs.
ty AU Tralaa Dally except Sunday. .
X. "WTTOWXE. JOUX E. urr.
Gen. Sap' t. Geo. Ticket Agent.
To all who arc suffering from the errors ami Indis
cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay,
loss of manhood, c I wDl send a recipe that wDl
cure you, FKEE OS" CtiAKGK. ThU great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Kgr. JoiEnt
T. Ixxax, Station D, -Veir York City.
fy Mother, when your dear baby suffer in teeth
ing, use Dr. WTncbell' Tettbiag Syrup, it regulate
the bowels, soothe tbc pain and brings natural sleep.
Sold by C. B. Biekford i Co. and D. & Sinclair,
Troy; Aug. XlUer. Wathena, at 21 cent a bottle
Hstaer la L.aa,
On laag tbne. at low Interest, on weU Improved Farms la
Doniphan County, Kansas. Apply to
J"1- X: K. gTOmr, Troy. Xaasaa.
Win negotiaU loans for partis wiahiag to borrow
wmT- 5 . 3fab7.
tyrwTlsb enUdren have worm. Dr. Jaque' Ger
man Worm Cake will destroy the worm and make
the children sappy. Sold by C. B. Biekford Is. Co.
" . C. Sinclair, Troy ; Ang. Miller. Wathena.
tyjTew Caltes,?rew Percale, ew
Srcasj , aa4 iTewXatloaa, fa (real
Tarlefy, aatt at If err Prices. Doa't
all (a see aasl atrlee theaa, at
JeaaTMHKT, TCWJrerK"B tc .&. -
A' C B. BICKFOSO k. CCS.
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