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Thursday, : : December 29, 1SS1.
Mr. R I sine, is now ot of office, ami the "Stal
wart mud "liolier than tlnm" prrs are lira,'...;;
abuse npou Jiim. He Is inoro licartUj battel Iv
a certain ?' nii.1 tb?ir camjvfol lower
than insy AdvertUtroi.-nf anil as Inn;;
ment or tlie cvmuiry
I ont. the abains
try IiIim linn beyond
yv..I Mnally fall,
'ami sla-ltes away,
of rorrnptiouCSrll Sain,t h'tm -Lut
they can't make anySSriu stick. As he atraiis
Itxl the Mulligan biuinc, he throttles all their
achemea to noddy hirn. Now thry are charging
hi in with uung the influence of hi o&tx tn favor
of a big guano speculation in Tern, because cv
cral of the Minister to South America, his jlit
Ical friends, were conniving at the business; but
his official instructions knock the wind out of
that charge. However, this does not prevent
tho howling dervishes from relating and re
echoing the charges.
The truth is, Blaine was the first Secretary of
8tate,.for many years, that had the grit ami en
energy to place the interests of the United States
first and foremost ; and had not Cuitean changed
tho Administration, he would, at the end of four
years, have made this country respected by for
eign powers. Tho brief time be was in office, ho
rattled np the dry bones of the Eurojiean Govern
ments, and gave them to understand that the
United States wonld submit to no fooIULucu.
There would have been au end to the habit of
every oDe-borso foreign power brow-heating and
bluffing this nation on every occasion. The Uni
ted States would hao been rejectcd by tho
honorable, and feared by the cowardly. Had he
been Secretary of State dnring the Uebelliou,
there would have been a different story to tell of
surrendering Mason and SHdell, of rescuing the
pirate crew of the Alabama, of fitting out rebel
rams in.llritish ports, of French invasions of Mex
ico, and of insults by Spain and every other de
cayed monarchy in Kg rope, A man who conld
enforce respect from foreign nations, would in
crease the self-respect of the American cople,
and do more in that way than auy other to unite
the whole coQtttry in patriotic sentiment. Itlaine
now stands first and foremost as a Presidential
candidate for l&J, on an issue of American rights
and National honor.
A Lame ApoUxsy. Web. Wilder, in the St.
Joseph Herald, says that no man need apologize
for the Now England Puritans; then ht proceeds
to apologize for them. In one sentence, he says
that they were far in advance of their age; and
In another, that in hanging witches aud Quaker,
and persecuting Baptists, Episcopalians aud
Catholics, they bat acted in tho spirit of tho age.
That Is, they tied from England, because of their
persecution for religion's sake, but brought the
spirit of persecution with them, and dealt ont its
tender mercies upon thorn who held religions
opinions different from them. They visited their
wrath upon old women and girls, upon Quakers,
whose first principle is non-resistance, and npon
IlapUbts, who were never known to persecute on
account of religion. Anil that they called estab
lishing religious aud political freedom! When
it comes to the question of religions lilerty, we
call friend Wilder'a attention to the fact, that
jast about the time when the run tans of Massa
chusetts were driving out Roger Williams and
Ann Hutchinson, nnd many years before they
drove out and hanged Quaker, the Koman Cath
olic colony of Maryland, among which were sev
eral Jesnits, enacted a law that, while it made
the Catholic religion the creed of the State, gave
permission to all bodies of Christians to worship
God according to their conscience. This law
Laving contained a prohibition against any per
son rating meat on Friday, the law was amended,
a few years later, (still being Wore religious
persecution was ended in New England,) declar
ing that "no peion or persons whatsoever, pro
fessing to ln?lieo in Jcmis Chribt, shall from
henceforth be any way troubled, molested, or
discountenanced for and iu rcfpect of his or her
religion, nor in the free exercise thereof, nor in
any way compelled to the belief or exercise of
any ether religion against his or her consent."
Religious freedom, fomoothl Why, the Catholics
of Maryland established freedom of religion be
fore the Puritans of Now Englaud got it through
their hard heads that other jieoplo had a right to
hold religions Mews different from themselves,
no matter how many persons were burned by tho
A Swixdlinq Concern Goes Up. A circular
letter from E. N. Freshman A- Itros.. Advertising
Agents, of Cincinnati, conveys the intelligence
that they have failed, and made au assignment.
It is no surprise to us. We discovered, several
years ago, that they were beats of the first water,
and fortunately, at bnt small cost to us. Since
then, we have never replied to or paid any atten
tion to their advertising iropo$aR Their latest
offering was a large, double-column advertise
ment of another humbug called "Ozone," which
they asked newspapers to publish for a munifi
cently low price, holding out the further bait of
a prize to tho compositor who set it up in the
most artistic form. We notice that nearly all
tho papers bit at it we diclut. The time must
bo about out, nnd now comes the announcement ,
of their suspension. Whether they received their
money on the "Ozone" contract, and basted just
before it was payable to the publishers, or wheth
er they aud the "Ozone" Company went halvers
Sn the business, we don't know; but the trap
has gone nndcr, and will be likely to stay under.
ATkaciieuopthe People. A business man
banded ns, recently, a card received from the
pastor of a city chnrch of one of the largest de
nominations in Kansas, containing the following
sample of spelling: "I wold like to no the hole
detales," He also spells American "Amaricand."
This clergyman no doubt goes the "hole hog
in sun port of St, Job's proclamation, in all its
"detales." This reminds us that, two or three
years ago, a law was passed making it compul
sory to send children to school so many mouths
in the year. We presume jnst as many childreu
are cheated ont of their schooling since the pas
sage of the law as before, yet St. John has offered
no rewards to enforce it. Or, does ho believe in
the good, old-fashioned church doctrine, that ed
ucation fosters infidelity, and that ignorance
promotes virtue, piety, and deotionf
C7 Between two extremes, the boys in Kansas
are Laving a hard time of it. In a number of
towns, public meetings have been held, to de ise
means to suppress the disorderly and outrageous
conduct of tho boys ; while in other towns, school
boards havo forbidden boys and girls to walk
home arm iu arm. As long as they behave them
selves while thus walking home, they are not
engaged in rascality. Perhaps if some induce
ment were held out to boys to acquire politeness
and self-respect, they would not gravitate to
T X gentleman at Seneca has written us a
letter, In which he unblushingly acknowledges
that he is acquaiuted with one of the members
of that Iowa Free Trade League, Sucb impu
dence is not entitled to any reward; however,
in accordance with our offer, wo have sent him
by mail a $M,000 MIL If not received in due
time, he will pleaso notify us. Wo just expect
some rascally route agent will steal it.
tyThe New York Ifinext publishes a letter
from St, John, asserting that the prohibitory law
la a success. What with writing letters claim
ing that the law is a success, and issuing pro
clamations declaring that the law is openly and
ahamlessly violated, we would think the Got era
or had not much time to spare for blowing his
horn in other States.
(TA Kansas man was swindled in St. Joseph,
last week, by the bogus check game. He was no
doubt a man who bad read repeated warnings in
the papers against such swindles, but imagined
that he was too sharp to be caught. Xow, read
this Item, then go and bite at some swindling
game, and lose your money.
C? There is nothing like keeping good things
In the family. Mr. Frelinghuysen is Secretary
of State; bis son-in-law, Bancroft Davis, is As
sistant Secretary ; and now it is said that Presi
dent Arthur will soon marry a daughter of Sec
ST" It is now nearly or quite forty years, since
both the Virginia United Statea Senators were
elected in opposition to the Democratic party.
About the year 1843, the Senators were William
- C.Jli vea and William S. Archer, both 'Whigs.
tS" Blaine's first act, aa Secretary of State,
wax to defend the American hog. Now that he
la ont of office, the political hog sad the hogs
cf th nresa are crunlinr at him in chorus. But
efeo4j expect gratitude from a beg. .
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When Gciteau idiot Garfield, he exclaimed, "I
am a Stalwart! Arthur is now President I" "o
bo.lv believes that Arthur was privy to the mnr
der; but it i nevertheless true that tho manler
of Garfield made him President, ami he i" carry
ing out the programme that Gnitean laid down
for bitu, as unswervingly as if he had contracted
for the job. In other words, Im ii ignoring three
fourths of the Kepnblicans of the nation, and se
lecting for Cabinet officers only sncli persons as
were iu favor of Grant fur a third term. Ont of
the seven Cabinet potions, Garfield appointed
three Grant men, giving them an almost equal
representation with tho largo majority nppoted
to tuirditermiuu. Arthur, not to be outdone in
magnanimity, gives all the positions t that wing.
But there is en saint, thing tube thaukful for,
in Ida way of doing it. Thus far, he has appoint
ed no brawling "fatal wart" They are men of
respectability, who were decent in their prefer
ence for and advocacy of Grant. Mr. irWiiig
hnyseu, tho new Swrrtary of Stale, has never
yet given evidence that he posaensed any other
distinguished qualification for tho position than
his respectability. Ho in chiefly known as being
a son or nephew ofTIteodoreFreliDghiiy sen, who
was a candidate for Vice-President on the ticket
with Clay, in 14 L Mr. IJrenster, the Attorn
General, Is said to 1e a superior lawj er. Almost
anylrfwly would be an improvement upon Mc
Vcagh. Timothy O. Hone, the Puht-Mahter-Gen-eral,
is thought to be rather antiquated. Hut
the country certainly has reason to be thankful
that he was choseu instead of the blatant duma-
gig!ie, niley, who wa- generally bupponed to be
booked fur the place. Howe also has considera
ble claim upon the gratitude of the Kepublicau
party, for baring Inin one of the first to denounce
the bet raja I of the pirty by that hjpocrite aud
imbecile, liases. Ho denounced him and his
policy, in a speech iu tho Senate, for wliich he
was roundly abused by the Menile piw. Time
has vindicated him, and he deserves a good place
for his pluck.
Uc.lt xu IJiiigiit. It iiid of the new Attumey
General, U. II. llrewbter, by the Cliiciu Timet:
He is oneof the h(riiielirt men wh hd eer 1m-h
pitvn public phirc. W lu he a arhiM. Lefbll nit
tljc fire, aud u injured lux face tltat he bus mu.iiut-4
to tins day temMydi-un-d. It is mi drawn mit of
Uawai to itely fclimk Muitiejelr. hu
Mr. ltrrwfiter pprafcK, lioeer, all is forgotten. Hi
oice i iniifliral, and hi manner are iut en-sintf.
It is related of him that cure, tqmn hia tnntl, lo
wan nested at tie of the ilinmg tahh f n leading
New York hntel. He was engied in the court a of
that eitr, and a hi tay wa protra ted, lie ma Riv
en a regular taitle. At tum talil tuera wu a geulle
man aud hi wile, aud one or tw ladv relative. Titer
were m marh difttnrled nt tlie fight of Mr. !rewttr
tuat tliey reqiirHted tlie lamllortl to rnuute btui, a
they nam the night of Li countrujiuv destroyed their
appetite. Tlie landlord weut to Mr. Itreter and
frankly told him of tin request f hi fellow iiet.
Mr. Hrcwfttcr said: ! am uvd to nih incidents;
bat if you can crMiade. the gentleman and ladten
who nbjert t me tit etmstnt to an introduction, and
allow tne to talk, with them fur five minutes, I um
certain t hey ill not ak to ha e me go away." A ftcr
Rome argument, tho landlord Micceeded in peruinliug
lii M.'Uitive guet in roDM-ut to H'uk introduetiun.
Tlie M-qml is ery brief. Ilefore the t undated the
minutes hail paed, the entire party had become no
completely fuuiuated with Mr. JtrenMrr that they
tendered him the inot pnduRo njHlogies fur their
preTious ljection, and afterward beeame bin firm
friendnaud iuit dc toted adiuinnt. He i married
to one of tli moot tteautiCtil uoinru, the leading fig
ure for many years in Philadelphia ocicty.
We copy the abote for the purjMiw of entering
our solemn protest against a paper like tho Chi
cago 7imrhtarting such a thin story. A firtt
clas.s hotel in Xew York is not so pior in facili
ties, that it conld not, iu a case of wjueamWiuess
like that mentioned, hate made other arrange
ments, by placing Mr. Urewhter at another table,
or giving the Ustidioun family party another po
sition. This could hat o been done quietly, with
out attracting notice or comment, and thus havo
atoided exposing the ill-breeding of that oter
niee family group, or of wouudiug tho sensitive
feelings of lire wster for deformed people are al
ways Hcnsithc. The story U mighty jKwrly got
up, aud is an i insult to tho good sense nnd man
agement of tho landlord.
Tiif.Too Uttkuly Too-Tixi. It is a grand
thing to Im) a leading newspaper. Xotv, there is
tho Cincinnati Gasetrf, tho leader of tho severe
ly moral newspapers of the land; it not only has
an exclusive telegraph wire to Washington, but
also has a practical slanderer aud wold at the
National Capitol, who has written down about
cterj man iu tho country who amounts to any
thing. - Ho has annihilated nil tho leading Gen
eral of the arof the Rebellion, showing that
they were Id undents and liars, aud has con
structed an entirely new history of all tho great
events of the war. Statesmen, as well as sol
diers, are his meat, and he is wringing their
necks by the wore. What a pity the people of
the country do not appreciate his talents, and
call hhn to the head of the Government. Jnst
now, ho is disposing of Itlaine, for all time to
come. AVe obserte, ns a en nous fact, that the
Washington sjiecialsof the high-toned. Repub
lican Ciucinnati Gazette also appear, on the
same day, word for word, in tho Kebel Kansas
City Timet; and, still more singular, there is
nothing in thtir letter or spirit that the most ul
tra Democratic paper may not consistently pub
Holiday Book. We havo received from I).
Lothrop C Co., the Boston publishers, scleral
books issued by them. This house has two
specialities books of a religious or strictly
moral tone, aud books and periodicals fir tho
young. The following are tho Itooks recened:
A handsome copy of the revised edition of the
New Testament, with marginal notes and other
A work of fiction of a moral character, enti
tled "From Different Standpoints." We have
not jet had time to read it, but from a brief ex
amination of its pages, it seems to possess a con
siderable degretf of intorrst.
Tho third is a holiday book for little folks en
titled "Classics of Bab land. It consists of a
number of old and familiar nnrstry stories ren
dered iuto attractive rhyme, and profusely illus
trated, representing eery progress of the story.
Tlie following stories are represented : "Alad
din," "Blue-Beard," "Tho Sleeping Princes,"
"Jack and Jill," "Bo-Peep," "HopVMy
Thumb," and "Babes in the Wood."
T3T From the pamphlet copy of the proceedings
of the late Grand Iodgo of Good Templars of
Kansas, wo find that Grand Worthy Chief Tem
plar Detwiler says: "The jear to come, we must
crush out the unlawful traflic, or acknowledge
prohibition a fill are, for the present." (J rand
Secretary J. A. Trontmnn, iu the same proceed
ings, reports that dnring the past ear, seventy
ono Lodges in Kansas hae forfeited aud surrrn
dered their charters,leaving only fifty-two Lodges
square on the books, and entitled to representa
tion. Tho total loss of membership was abnnt
3,000. Putting that aud that together, the pros
pect j for an abundant crop of "crush are not
flattering. This enforced prohibition bnsiucs is
not only a heavy blow at genuine temperance,
but is actually demoralizing aud destroying the
organizations of cam st temperance iienple. The
cause has leen placed iu the hands of tramping
dead beats, leaving genuine homo workers out
of the charmed circle.
C- A story is going the rounds of tho paper,
that John B. Finch, the Nebraska temperance
mouth, and tried to find the editor, to give him
a dose. The trnth of the story now comes out.
He went into the nenspaper office, and com
menced an assault upon the editor, by striking
him. The editor was ahont to get away with
him, when by-standcrs held the former, while
Finch escaped down stairs. He did not even see
13" In the Gniteau trial, on Friday, while a
witness was testifying, Guiteau excitedly re
market! to him: "You're a bad as a man lom
with the diarrhoea!' This is the sort of u it that
convulses the Court. It will 1o remembered
that this witty man is bciug tried for the mur
der of Garfield.
HT In a recent speech in the Senate, accord
ing to report. Senator Plumb commenced with
the statement that he was President of a Nation
al Bank. Is there not a statute of the United
States disqualifying such a person from a seat
in Congress f
CP" Blaine U too shrewd a man to enter into
that Peruvian guano ecnlation, when he could
amas a larger and more speedy fortune by dis
posing of bnt a small portion of the guano that
the Stalwart papers are ilingiug at him.
P" A plan has been proposed to vote by elec
tricity in the British Parliament. That is old.
Xew York has had lightning voting, for many
CF" Gen. Pope says that Dave Payne and his
crowd are not in Oklahoma, but arc simply blus
tering to keep themselves lefore the pnblic.
tfcVThc Gklahoma country is called the Ceded
Land. Probably because of the number cf Seeds
who are trying to get in there.
KIdncr Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, lloeheMer, X. Yj, writes: 4I have ln
for over a year subject to seriooj disorder of the kiJ
nej e, and often unable to attend to buioeM; I pro
cured your lire dock Ulood Hitter, and was re
lived before half a bottle was used. I intend to con
tinne, as I feel confident, that they will entirelr cure
me." lTiee $1.00. trial size 10 cents. For sale by
D. (X. Sinclair, Troy.
( WntU or Om CkisJ
The rmlo-dmp ria-n th gUavy ware,
TL babbit baud sad lmrt;
The uingij fcbore the ripple tare.
The hly bUVm ber tbinrt i
And grave asd gram.
Am frutm the tomb,
The SAc-ient bull fro- cries, More room!"
The minnow how bU kUuing
The ruSed aortace (
The wind-duck fiirts her agile Ufl,
And plunge down once more;
"Utile grare and grum,
Aa from the bunk,
The ancient bull frog rrims Mure rouu!
The Hm1 sagmrnUth to lake,
The Idj'a drovn'd hrWw;
The wwnl-dack U the bank doth take.
And ffhakea beralf tog;
Eat grare and grunt,
A from the tomb.
The ancient bull trogerie: "kfureratn!
Tho anrleot bull frog erle, MMoreruum!"
lie KMlerlaia CZorernor Ht. JTliw Remll fa
1'r irate Coafab I'rohlbltiosi.
Atctiisox, Dec SO, 1831.
The Governor St. John was in the city, hut
week, and I detenuiued to interview Lim. I have
interview ed a Rrcat many notorious men, in my day,
and hae the happy faculty of knowing jnst when
nd where to staike. To interview great men like
St. John, one mut know their weak spots nmt be
aeqnaiated with their Miosyncraidr, so as to draw
them ont at full length. It is a very difficult task to
interview a perfect straoger, while it is compara
tively easy to intcrv iew a friend whose hobby we
Tlie Governor bad just said his prayers, and was
pulling off hi stockings, preparatory to retiring for
the night, when I hired a negro boy to take my card
to room 1C8.
After waiting n few moments, the boy returned,
with a note, which read: "Come np."
So I cot into the elevator, and was taken to the
Tlie Governor was awful glad to see his frienda, he
said, and wanted to know what urgent bniness
called me there, at that time of night.
"Governor," said I, "I represent the Atchison
Jlugle a paper demoted to the causa of suffering hu
manity, temperance, etc., and I want to learn from
your own lips what you intend to do witn these in
ternet whiidtcy men."
Urn urn the BhqU, eh! Xever heard of it.
Xew paper, eh P
"Well, no; not as new as that. Xever heard of it f
Why, the JtugU has 350,000 subscribers regular sub
scribers aud new ones coming in all time. Our
amenta are sending In clubs at tho rate of a dozen a
day, aud wc have just ordered three new power
presses, to work off the immense edition. But, you
have been away from the State so long. Governor,
that it is no wonder yon have not heard of the Bugle,
Great chauges hare taken place in Kaunas, in the
hist year, I awmre you."
"And you say the Itugte U a prohibition paper;
supports me, and ray views P
"Exactly! Itsjatred aot against the infernal
liquor traffic, aud the base sycophants who peddle
90 ceut rot gut at 10 cents a drink. Then, listen to
this extract, printed in yesterdrys Bugle:
Frliearanee has eeaed to bo a virtu. While the rl
Unt M. John ! trtvellm fntn Stat to State, la tho inter
etuf inhihitKjn,apeuluiginoDejrliLe water to help the
eaue. of trtmwnur in fmtutua. Ohio, UlinoiM, etc., the
fiMil whelp of Mn the (lantanllv, law breaking Itate b are
srllinz ear hat after ear IinkI of beer, lu open violation of a
famuuneDtal law of tb Mate. Can nothing ironw the
tetniraue fanatics,' as we ar raenme railed I lo
tbej Intewl to allow the serf of Europe to come to this
eonutrv and eell lie r at five cehts a nchooner. with a
pretzel thrown in, and net rebel f Areunr laws tobedis
repanlwl ami trampled on hj tle low browed sneerer who
swill lunboreer and niat irate lager lu open denanevofour
ienircin w err i i.we; wn, rute: ireeroen I iueeare
timeaof jcreat tnIaUtin. The rneinr sits astride of bis
beer lej, braislithen hit eebooner. and Inrites you on t
ronSht. Areetjwt hireluir recreant Kannans t white,
lirered nwardt trurVling bus-eaters, and bald headed
niCMfiipHi, that ye allow thU thine ' All Kurope 1 cm,
in; at vwtt. Tlie ualives of Africa, Ireland. Greenland and
Texaa Ktantl on tijt-bie, expecting to learn the result of the
whUkey warlu Kannaa. We hare bnckled on ourbraco
of stx-MHMter. and with a iir of Derrineni tn our imek
et, proclaim ahmd that tbin open defiance of law haa cot to
stop; and we crv. down with beer. If we have to put It
downourM-lf. Shall the (iocranr be supported f Let the
temperaneo peojde speak ont. and not stick their tails be
tween tlteir lrn bke sheep-killing doga. Up, guarda, and
at Vm r
"How's that. Governor t Oh, the BhqW$ a howler,
miVe no mistake!
'That's perfectly splendid V said the Governor,
dancing about the room, and waving his stockings in
the air, "perfectly splendid ! And to thiuk I never
heard of tha Bugle before! Strange cry strange.
Vet you have l.een lighting these whiskey hell
"Months, Governor, I said, as he made a pause.
"Why, would you believe it I I hat e to write all my
editorials in a cave fifty feet underground, aud my
life would not be worth a nickel, if I should 1 seen
upon the streets In daylight. These fiends who are
growing large paunches on our fathers, oar sons, oar
daughters, and our wires, with their Infernal beer,
have threatened to destroy the Bugle office, and it
has only escaped by constant change from place to
plare, just like the Nihilists move around the ma
chinery In the Russian Capital, with which they
print iucendiary documents to rouse their fellows to
up, nnd strike against despotism and tyranny. See
here, I am prepared for them, (showing six navy
revolvers in my belt, and a bowie-kuife in each boot,)
"and woe be to the liquor-seller who dares lay his
polluted finger on me."
"Aud I'm fixed, too," exclaimed the Governor, tak
ing a Derringer from each pocket, aud showing a
lelt containing three naies. "Vou see, I'm liable
to be assassinated here, at any time, and the reason
I took this room up hero In the seventh story, was
for safety. But you can jnst bet your last greenback
that Fm going to put down the trame, if It takes a
thousand years. I'm enlisted for the war, (assum
ing a dramatic attitude,) and snail Merer, xevkk,
XEVEK! by G .letup, until whiskey Is driven to
the walk This State can never stand half water and
half whiskey; one or the other must go."
"Ity the way. Governor, said I, drawing a flask
from my jmcket, "here is a little communion wine.
Have a drink.
"Are you sure, eetiain, that it is unfermented P he
asked, taking the bottle, and hoMing it up to the
"Oh, yon need have no qualms of conscience on
that account, Gocmor. George llrenner made it,
and assured me, upon his honor, that It was com
''Well, said the Governor, "here she goes, and
down she goes ; but if thi wine U fermented, the sin
be uMn yonr head. Here's success to our enter
prise. And he emptied the bottle.
"Now, Governor, will you give me the programme
you propose to adopt in this campaign t Not for
publication, of course, but privately between us two
as friends, fighting fur a great principle I State it
briefly, please, for I muct get back to the cave before
"The fact Is" said the Governor, "it's a hard thing
to get temperance men to agree nou any definite
plan of action. I hare suggested a thousand things.
but the whole iufernal crew are so white-livered that
they are afraid to put any of ray plans In operation.
ere I a citizen of Atchison, sir, I would close every
saloon here, in 1cm than a week, llah ! I'm disgust
ed with the weak kneed members of the Atchison
"Ilut how about TopekA, brother St. John! Are
the saloons all closed there P
"Certainly! Eery one of them. Poyoa thiuk
they would dare sell whiskey and beer ri(ht nnder
mynoe, at the State Capital I Xo, sir! Tho sa
loons may open briefly, when I'm away; but when
I'm at home, sir, prohibition proMlHa."
"Ah, my dear Governor, what a set of lyin ras
cals those liquor men are, to le sure. A man nuhed
down into my cave, the other day, and dashing his
hat wildly on the ground, said: It Is retorted, for
a fact, that the saloons are running, in Tooeka!
what do you think of thatf Saloons actually run-
mug in full blast at the State Capital! What do
you think of tfaf, hey I' I told the man he was
cranky, but he asarcd me that he told the truth.'
"A weak invention of the enemy," replied the Gov
ernor. "Of course, you denied it, in the BugU "
"Yes. Here is what I wrote on the subject :
-If bell were rated with a flne-toutb cotnb, a bljer set
of liar would Hot be dragged owt than the lour dogs
wlw pimp and boon la taa liquor Interest. These defeata
ble acalawaga have coined a new lie to bolster np their
damnable and monleroos traffic JL tittle lsing sheet pab
lifthed here, bra fellow wbowaaoooe a pauper, and wfa
baa been Indicted frr uagewrr. robbinr, bribery, and umb,
tn other htatea, and who la paid a regalar salary by the -Tkuo
keepers to make war on the Oexerbor, baa the is-
btushiaf cheek to say that whUkey Is onealy suld la Te
peka, and that prohibition don't prvhibit anywhere. A
nesner lie was never cut out of whole r'eth. WTsea a
caniks cets so hard up as to empUy a miserable, cheeky
abortion ofa newspaper, like the one referred ts. ta sas
tsia It, Its cause U Indeed d-wpermt. There art no fer
mented Ihmoes aold la Toneka. at all. and the erotirtieal
jsrkamksi clown. wbosfit'cU crest prnfaadity and mewe-
paper saarpnes, naa neiier qan ms lyinz, or mm one
wiQ Trt rave ta his -wiush. As a dwuTbiobrcasted. dia-nMod-cheeked
liar, he tAe the pole. Tscrr mr ns bqnsrt
U m TTt.
'Gret God r exclaimed the Governor. M dare yoa
write that way 1 Is It MssIbIe that prohibition Las
such a vigorous champion I Oh. why. why have I
not met yon before, my dear friend P
And he fell on my neck, and wept hitter, scalding
"Hart! the cock crows I must away before the
liquor minions are out after their early leomlns hit
ters. I will see yoa again, dear Governor. Adieu,
adieu 1 God preserve you !
And rsafled down in the elevator, and rushed to
the cave, where I hurriedly indite this epistle.
I will see the Governor again, in a few days, as I
Intend t know just what hi programme la.
.a. , - "..
X Baptist 7rinifttcT Experience.
I am a Baptist 3IInifter. and before I even thought
of being m clergyman, I graduated iu medicine, but
left a lucrative practice for my present profession,
43 years ago. I was for many years a sufferer from
quinsy; -Thomas Eclectxic Oil cured me." I
was abut troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas Ee
lcctric Od always rchoved me. My wife and child
had diphtheria, and "Thomas Ecleetric Oil cored
them." and if taken In time, it will cure seven times
oat often. lam confident it U a cure for the most
obstinate cold or cough, and If any one will takes
small teaspoon and half fill it with the Oil, and then
place the end of the spoon In one nostril and draw
the Od out of the spoon into the head by sniffing aa
hard as they can, untU the Od falls over Into the
throat, and practice that twice a week. I don't care
how offensive their bead may be. It will clean it out
and cure their catarrh. For deafness and earache,
it has done wonders, to my certain knowledge. It is
the only medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever frit like recommending, and 1 am verv
anxious to see it In every place, for I tell you that 1
would not be withnat It in my house for any consid
eration. I am now suffering with a pain like rheum
atism In bt right limb, and nothing relieves me like
Thomas Ecleetric OiL For sale by I, C Sinclair,
Dr. E. P. CKAXE,
Christmas, wo believe, passed off quietly. Id this
part. Shooting matches and big dinners hare been
all the go,
J. J. Baker and family left, Friday, for St. Joe, to
spend ChrUtmaa with kiafolks there.
Two of John McXrmec'a sons In-law gave a big
dinner, and three wagon loads of the MeXemee fam
ily vent down to help devour it, and yet the premi
ses were not deserted.
Was not at the match for turkeys, Saturday, but
we learn that Job Mc Daniel got four turkeys, Wel
ton three, and out of the whole lot, twenty in num
ber, the Brennerites got most all some say alL
We have no particular desire to listen to such a
trial as we learn the Myers trial was ; but Myers be
ing a neighbor, and knowing him since he first came
to Kansas, we cannot help but hold the old man up
as an honest man, and think It a slame that he has
been associated in any thing like crime; and if the
CAwill allow me to speak my mind, I will say he
has been taken advantage of, on account of his help
less condition. The very idea of binding a man over
to keep the peace who cannot walk, but has to crawl
like a baby to think of such a oue doing violence to
any one's person ! If he should choke any one, they
would have to hold mighty still, to have him do it.
If I were a lawyer, and had to bleed such people to
get a ease, I would go out aud kick myself.
Cook & Hinckley took in $100 five days each, last
week, and Saturday their receipts were $200. This,
we claim, is good fur a one-horse station, and a
droughty year, at that.
We espect to hear some of the correspondents say
this la the finest weather we ever had, and I want to
forestall them by saying I have lived in the radius
of CD miles around here for the last forty-one years,
and I have seen more than a baker's dozen just like
it, and do not think the world Is coming to an end
We attended, last Thursday night, at the school
house, one of those enjoyable affairs, the competi
tion of the scholars for prizes offered by their teach
er, J. J. Baker, each class having Its prize. The vic
tors were, Johnnie Josephs, Willie Scott, Emma Of
ten, Hallie Hargis, and Ida Scott. And we must say
further, that the little girls all did no well that it
was almost impossible for the awarding committee
to make distinction enough to give the awards, and
we hope they will hare a chance to try It over again.
Literary every Saturday night. Everybody invit
ed to attend, and take part, if they feel like doing so;
if not, glre ns your quist attention.
Mrs. Alice Coats and her two little boys, from Ef
fingham, Kansas, are visiting with us.
Jesse Cook has returned from Quiney, m., where
he has been for a week or two. He had to come back
to Kansas, to enjoy Christmas. Hebetic.
Writes : "With a firm, steady hand , (not a trembling
one,) though my age I nearly eighty, I give my tes
timony to the value of Bitbdock liutou BrrrKit; for
twenty year I suffered tortures Indescribable through
dyspcpHia, Indigestion and constitution. I tried hun
dreds of remedies, but all was money thrown away,
until I tried yonr bitters. I give Burdmk Blood
ltitUrs the credit for making me strong and heart v."
Price 1.00. trial size 10 rents. For sale by I). C.
Shuyert Magazine for January Is a strong; number,
beautifully illustrated. Tlie frontispiece Is an Illus
tration drawn by Alfred Fred ricks, entitled "The
Challenge, representing a familiar legend of tho
Court of King Francis. The leoiliitg illustrated pa
per treats for the first time a charucteristio Western
subject the transportation of coal from Pittsburg
down the Ohio snd Mississippi lEtiers. The pa(er is
eontributedby (1. F. Mailer, and is ailmirably illus
trated by J, W. Alexander.
James Jackson Jarves, who has recently presented
three hundred pieces of Venetian glass to the Metro
politan Museum of Xew York, contributes a paper
en this collection illustrated with pictures of thirty
"With the Van-guard in Mexico is the first of V.
II. llishop's series of Mexican apcrs, an exceedingly
entertaining paper, finely illustrated. This series is
to he followed by another from the same author,
on Southern California.
Jeseph Hat ton concludes his "Journalistic Lon
don with notices of Lloyd's celebrated penny news
paper, the London Illustrated Yrr, and the Graphic.
Among the illustrations is n group of portraits of the
leading artists of the London Graphic.
The character and scope of the work done hy the
Young Men's Christian Association form the subject of
an interesting paper by Dr. George R. Crooks, illus
trated hy portraits of leading men In this work.
Senator Ed mauds contributes a timely and imior
taut paper, rntitlcd ''Political Aspects of Mornion
in.w Robert P. Keep, In a paper entitled The Bounda
ry of Greece, treats of the present extent of King
George's dominion, and of the administrative pro
blems growing out of tho new accession of territory.
"Who were the Pilgrims I Is a question answered
in an Interesting historical paper by William T. pa
vis. V. It. Stockton contributes a elcver story, "In the
Southeast Bastion; and IE. 31. Johnston a humorous
Georgian sketch, Jouce Trait mcll's Compromise,
illustrated hy FrosL
Tlie strongest poem In the number is hy Annie
Fields, entitled "Pastor Dankvardt, the interest of
which Is enhanced by two illustrations drawn hy Ah-
Miss Constance Fenimoro oolsou's novel, "Anne,"
appears to he approaching a crisis of unusual Inter
est. Hardy's "Loadicean" is concluded, and will he
followed In the February number by "Prudence,
a story of JKsthctic London, hy Mrs. John Llllie.
The Editor's Easy Chair, besides Its other Interes
ting gossip, ghea n pleasing sketch of Materua, who
is to he a prominent attraction in the coming Musi
cal Festival. The other departments are fall of en
tertaining and Instructive matter.
Cause and Effect.
The main eanse of nervousness Is indisrition, and
that is caused by weakness of the stomach. No one
can hse sound nerves and good health without ns
in Hop Hitters to streniben the stomach, pnrify
the blood, and keep the liver snd kidneys active, to
carry off all the poisonous and watte matter of the
system. See other column.
CPW. II. Small wpotl, ex-Seereiarv of State of
this btate. Is now editin-the Klickitat 'Sentinel, pub
lished In Ooldcndale. Klickitat County. Washington
Clear head and voice, esv breathing, sweet hrtatb,
perfect smell, taste and hearing, no cough, no dis
tress. These are conditions brought about in Catarrh
ly the use of Sanford's Kadical Cure. One bottle
Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal Solvent, and one
Improved Inhaler, In oue package, for 21.
Death to rats and vermin. Persons Exterminator.
r?" The old Washington Hotel, tho headquarters
of Nr Henry Clinton, when the Ilntish occupied Xew
York, Is to he torn down.
Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters.
Fraxicr's Root Bitters are not a dram-shop whiskey
bevanige. hut are strictl v medicinal In every senm-.
Ther act strongly upon the liter and kidney a, keep
the bowels o-eu and regular, make the weak strong,
heal the lungs, build np the nerves, aud rleanso the
blnod ami system of every Impurity.
For Dullness, Kua of'lllod to the Head, tending
toAiNtpIexy, Dyspepsia. Fever and Ague, Drojisy,
Pimples and I Hutches. Scrofulous Humors and Sores,
Tetter, King Worm, Whit Swelling, Erysipelas, Sore
Eyes, and for young men suffering from U'eakneM
or Debility caused from impiudence. and to females
lu delicate health. Frailer a Root Hitters are espe
Dr. Fraxier: I have used two bottle of your Root
Hitter fur Drsnensia. Dixxiness. Weakness aud Kid.
bey Disease, ami they did me more good than the
doctors and all the medicine I ever used. From the
first dose I took I began to mend, aud I am now In
peneei neaitu, ana leel as wen as i ever tint, i con
sider your medicine one of the greatest blesMugs.
MRS. M. UAUTI.V, Cleveland, O.
Sold by all druggist everywhere at tl per bottle.
IIEXRT CO., Sole Proprti,
Ci Vesey Street, Xew York City.
D. C. MXCrUIB.
llsct It. Wholesale and Retail Agent, Troy, Kan.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
A Kaire Care Foaatd nt I Jul! MoOaie
X tun Core fur Blind. niMdinr, Itchhi am! CI
rvratcd IMe. baa W.a diaroT.reu bjr Dr. William
(an Indian reiutdr.) eallnl Dr. AUliania Indian
Ointmrat. A in;tc box baa rand tbe worst rbronio
rMof2Sor30jearaaUndia. X.oneiMwl anftVr
Awe minntea after applying- tbia vondrrful aootbinr
laftlirine. Lutiooa. inatrnrnmu and rlctoama do
more harm than rood. Wfflum'a Oinrmrnt abaorba
tb. tomora, alla.ra the latraae iuhia. (partirnlarlr
at Bight after t'ttras varm In Wd,l aru aa a pool,
tire, lim inatant and painfeaa rfllff. and U nrrnarrd
onlr for IMca. iubiag of tbs private nana, and for
Uad whttb Hon. J. 1L CofEnbrrrr, of Clerc
land, aaja about Dr. William Indian K(e Ointment'
I bare nard arorra of rsbj Cnrra, and It aSiirda ma
pleaanre to aar that I hare neier found annbtar
whirb rare aorh Immediate and permanent relief aa
Dr. Wuliam'a Indian Ointment.
'R1'LJ-U'niKita, or mailed on receipt of
ice, 11.00. r
HE5KT t CO.. ProDr'
Veaey Stmt, Nev Tork Clty.1
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An latemtlos; Case Lawyer and tne
At the present term of the District Courtln Doni
phan County, Jndge Martin presiding, was tried the
action of Wheeler, Administrator, against the St. Jo
seph and Western Cauroad Co. The facts are as
follows: The son of the Administrator was permit
ted to ride bytheeondnctor of atraia running be
tween Wathena aud Troy. This train collided with
one from St. Joseph, and young Wheeler was killed.
Hii father, the plaintiff, was appointed Administra
tor of the estate of Us sou, .and brought this action
for the negligent killing of Lis son. ThU action was
based upon a section of the Mat ate authorizing the
Administrator of the deceased to sue for the benefit
of the next of kin, for the Injuries that the deceased
might have sued for, had they not resulted in death.
On the trial of this ease, it appeared from the ev-
Mence, mat tne deceased left no estate. This being
the undisputed fact, counsel far the Company akcd
the Court to instruct the jury to return a verdict for
the deftndant, the Kailro,J Company, Judge Mar
tin thereupon Instructed the jury to return a verdict
for the defendant, and held that, aa Frank Wheeler,
deceased, left no estate, the lrobate Court had no
jurisdiction to appoint an Administrator, consequent
ly the appointment of Administrator of Frank
Wheeler was a nullity, and plaintiff mutt fail in the
It follows, from the decision, that if one Is killed
by the negligence of a Kailroad Company, ami leaves
an estate, his next of kin may become Admiulstra
torfand recovcrfor the negligent killing. If be died
without estate, and his family or next kiu be left
In poverty, no action can be maintained against the
negligent Railroad Co., and consequently no recov
ery can be had.
Will some one competent to speak. Inform us
whether the fault be in the law or the Judge I
We can't give the desired information. But those
persons who hate been asserting that it would be
nseless to contend Iu Court against a Railroad Com
pany, during the term or the present Judge, will be
strengthened In their belief. If there is no law
against killing a poor person, they are of less account
than cattle and hogs. Ed.)
On Thirty Dara Trial
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro- Vol ra
ts licit and other Efectne Appliances on trial for
thirty days to young men and older pemon-, who
are afflicted with Xrrvons Debility, Io-t Vitality,
etc., guaranteeing speedy relief, anil complete resto
ration of vigor aud maubood. Al for KhctiniatUm,
.rnraigia, faraiyais. Liver and Kidney difficulties,
Ruptures, and many other diaeasea. Illustrated
pampmei sent tree, Addres, Voltaic Belt Company,
r7The Cincinnati Gazette, nmlutldr the nntt
ah a need temperance paper atnoug the creat doilies
01 luecouniry, summarizes uov. M. Johns prohiul
tionpruclauation, and adds the fbltowin-comments:
"There seems tu lie an imisIon tootfera rewanl
for the conviction of the Governor uf neglect of his
duty in seeing that the prohibitory laws are rnforrctl.
Rewards should be proclaimed to informers against
hini; toniake, the thinjr; complete. It was said that
In Kansas prohibition prohibited.
CiT It 1 a Fool U Tflstnke to confound a
remedy of merit with quack medicines now so com
mon. Wc have used Parker's Ginger Tonic with
the happiest results for Kheumatism and Dyai-rpnia,
and when worn out by overwork, and knuw it to he
a sterling health restorative. Timet. S.-e adv.
ty That republics can he grateful was shown by
tho issuance on Monday, over .Secretary Klrkwootl'a
signature, of twenty-seven pieces of bounty land
scrip to the heirs of John Paul Jones, a captain in
the American navy ,in appreciative acknowledgment
of brave and meritorious services In connection with
the capture of certain Ilntish vessels of war.
Blood Poisonings, Scrofulous Ulcers
and Itching Humors, Abscesses
and Glandular Swellings.
Mr. Albert KIncbury. Krene. X. n troubM with lu.1
analptcr.) AttimealtWMiUl break oat, crack w-n, and
the skla separate from the flenh In Urge ptewa, aiiOVnoe
great coutiDDsI itchinp and stinging. 1'im hamI vour v"
iIisi nxed L'mrrii ltKOL rxt .DternsJlv, and Cunti ax
aiul Clthxra axr externally, aiul in 1mm than three
months effuctetl a complete cure, and ha not been troubled
since. Corroborated hy llulL.nl & FimUt. JJrn ut.
Keene, X. H. ""
GREATEST ON EARTH.
J. W. AdaniM. Xewark. Ohio, ssjs : "Cma iu RcMtcniEa
aretfaecreatestnMiIU-inesva eaith. KaI th won raw
salt rbeuni In thin county. Mviuotber hail It twentrveam.
sn.linfxt.IlfrumiL I believe L'LTlct ks would havf
sated her life. My arms. breat sim! hel, w-re nvered
f..r three years, which Dothinc rtliernt or cure.1 until I iwmI
the LlTKfKA 1iolvkt inlerually, and CiTtciiu and
ClTKi Ki SoiP eiternally.
IL K. Carpenter. K. iren.brun, X. X enred f IW
UI or Lepniny, f t enty years ntaudiuc, h the CL1K L
ka JIesolvett Internally, atsl Citilika aud CnmiiA
bOArrstmiaUr. Tbem-MtvomlerfalraMunrtronL Care
certified U bctVire a Justice nf tlie jieaceattd prominent nt
izen. All afflicted with itehiueaiMt wIydwMUea Uwuld
scud to as fur thht tcstimuulsl in full.
Thnae who hsve experienced the torment of Salt Ttheum
can spprerUls the aimr I emlnml fir vesr- until cureI
bvtheCtrnctaAltEULtRT latenially and CmcVBA and
txncvRA SoAr extemallv.
Mits. YU. PELLIXGTOX, Shann, Wis.
and CCTlLlUA Soar externally ant Ctocvsa Rcsolvltt
Internally will i-,lt irrly cure every species of Uutnur, fiwa
a trtnruun I'imIu to Nrrofnls.
Iric f CunctSA. small boxs, 50c.; larje boxes. II.
rt-nci ka ljrfLVKrr, ft iier N.tU. Cimci ka JAr. Se.
CCTKCBA bHAVUU SrtAf. 15c SJ.I hv all dniCZlMta.
IM-'t. WEEKS Jfc ItyrtKU, liuUu, Mass.
Sanford's Radical Cure,
SivFOitDsRiMCALCrRC. Catareiial Solvett and
IurRoEuIviiALriE,withaieciac directions, may now
I bail of all druzits. neatly wrapped in one package,
fur f-uedwlLir. Ak for imfird.i Radical Cure.
This economical and never filling treatment InUntIy
clean the mual paMsgm of putrid mncoua, aubilnea
lnflsniniation when extending tu the eye, ear and throat,
rmtorc the sennea of smell, taote and bearing when af
fected, leaves the bead deodorised, clear and open, the
breath aweet, the breathine easy, and every ene in a
gratera! snd euuhed condition. Iuternslly adniinlster.
ed. It cleanse the entire mucous syntm tbroazh the
bhMiiL, which It parities of the srid riun slwaja pres
ent in Catarrh. Kecmomentlad by all ilmccM.
Uenersl Agents, WEEKS Jk. 1UTTU, Boston.
Xuachea, Water Vazs and iCed
and ItLick AntneatraTenAnfJc
luu ami uie. oresrotbad
smeUa. IUrn. crsoariet and
rsKisehuIds oftea cleared in a
Jnele itiffht. Real ami rbnn.
est eensia kiOer In the world. Sio failure In 30 years. Kv
ery bev warranted- twM by all crorers and drusgUts. Ask
iwr a Aftoij a. iaijea lor zjc, oy
Weeks A: Pslterv Boatout, Ttass.
johnIrm d jl:,
XVsctlcal Veterinary Sargfoo,
will treat all dirse mxti wsunds
of horses, of whatever nstore. In
the nmst sppravett sml kUlfttl
manner, lie has three Diplomas
from the Maryland Veterinary
Colle-e, ami the largest and best
library m Farriery in the Mate.
Us has had thirty lire years ex.
Crienee, snd dnnnit the llebel
n. waa Veterinary barrens ol
the Uth Vnnslrsi.t Regiment. IVnons bsrin- dleaed
aslmala. are Invited to call and see him, and be convinced
orwnat be ran ao. i.ec.iy.
IVotice by Publication,
In IheDuttHrt Coart of tbe Second Judicial DUtrict of the
State of Knna sittlas within and for DuoJphan County.
FranUin Csbcock, ) rUlallS.
DstU Flcmln ) DefendsnL
TO Dacid Fleming, tbe above named, non resident De
fendant: Yoa are hereby notianl thst you have been
sued by tbe aliove named rUintilT, Franklin Ushrork. w be
mmmenced bis action azauwt yen by flliof hia petitisa in
the etfice of tbe Clerk of tbe Dwtrict Conn, within and for
Doniphan Countv. State of Kanaaa. on tbs SCUi day of Xo
vf-niber. A. D . lifel. and canned a summons, order of at
tachment snd garnishee prnreea to be isned. Von are
farther notified to answer or demur to said petition of llsint
10", on or before the 3d day of February. A. D. 15, or
jndement will be rendered aaiat yoa secordinlr. the na
ture of which iodrent will he that the said llaintiff hae
ami recwrer ot ami from yoa tbe sun of fifteen hamlrcd ami
forty live dollar, and intercut from the dats of thttg said
petition, bexjdea the cot of this action: aln. thst it be
peiitun. ueaidr. toe eota or tola action t alan, tuat i
urdcrrd aad atljadnd that an preperty attar bM In thi
tajabeauld. aad thVptorca applied to aatiafy aaid J
rarat. ami that tbe debta awing t. yoa by the fwllo
namsd carnUbees U this action : Moem 1L Miller. Martin
is. lanmerman, J smea Kyan. Oh Ilronwm. Milton r. Nm-t-
er, sau sji otner irsrniabees, be paid in t tbe Clerk of this
Court, and the proceed applied ia atifscUss of asid Jnd.
ment and costs, and sneb other farther or different order.
Jndrmcat or lrllet aa shall be jatt sml proper.
By A. Pun and Xathsv Vxxx.
IWcemWr a, lIiw.
xiaiaaa s Aiurneys.
IT-a fee, U 00.
ALL WUOil IT ViV COXCKSV: VJ1 u
beeabr circa. IhaL in tanaiafarfu wJmuum! mi
af tbe Probata Ciwrt of Duaiphaa Cannt J, Kaaaaa. aathor
lxis aad erapaweriaf tbe andrralfard to erf tbe foUswiae
deacribol real eataU-, beluaciat U the Eatate af Jan. Ilad
ull.dereaad,riartb.payaiit.fdebuda. froai mVI aV
tata. I will, at 10 .'ckwk, A. It,., tbaztstdayof January,
A. 11. Iw4 at tbe berth iort uf iImi Cam i!m In tk.
City of Trjy. ta laaiipbaa Cenaty. Kaaaaa, effi-r at public
aale tba Ubiai real eatate. to lit: tbe endrtided ace
balf of Work Xo. twa haadml and nee IXi). knew, aa tbe
VaaAradal. Eeoeerai alio, LuU Xa.aeTr.leen (IT) and
eirhtee. (19). tn Koek JTa. tw. hundred and thirty Bee
CIO. all af which Lola and Blucka are atlualed In tbe Ex
tenafawi to the towa af Poaipbaa. beiag a part af the aattn
wcat quarter ef aectio. flre Ot, tn towmahip are (51, af rauce
twratj-oe (21)i alaa. a part f tbe aoatb-eaat half af to
tio. fl P). ia townahip fire (5). af ranre twenty m (31)
alllnOonlpaaaCacuity. Stale af Kaaaaa. SakTaaletobe
audetotbenliueat balder, tar caab in band.
Adaairdatratar e tbe Eatate af Jane O. if adaall. deceaaed.
n . acca w. i-r a lee, 10 no.
Zatate a Jac4i X. Ztmnwmla, Deceaaed.
OX the 71b day of December. WL tbe anderalraed u
appointed, by tbe Probate Court af Duaiphaa County.
Kaaaaa. AdaunietTatrix.f th.Eia.r J. t 7iBnM
uaa. deceaaed. lale e aaid Cunty. AO penona InaVbtrd
to aaid Eatato, are notl Sed to auka payaarat a eoek indebt
edneaat aad all thai a baring cburaa againat tbe Eatate. are
required to pr-eerrt taeaa. properly TetUed and praeen.
Titbla three yeara front tb. dato af eraatine aacb lctteta.
er they win b. barred by tb. atatata.
Aray, aawaaa. uereaaDaru, un.
lYll-rrMKra a. rtvumaiT aj-a,i.-tri-
-A.hi. -, .tr.- -:v
- - - :-'---..,'v.'v...'-. inwjn;.
A BCACTim. OROAX,lk"JIOZAKT.
X. ew S'lk . liODO, 87 Mop. 10 fill! arts (Mien
Tubcm iwds. MLUi WALXUT: UUUy-ri'lithed Caee.
wanJslBalIijproTttenUjMtaaJriC ratool. U-ok,
!l 'v"iI,J vmt brnrd ears bere, price Oalj
StxtrSsUsrs. wt Cssa. NiU-fwU-w guaranteed la everr
one aU aelUanother. It U a Staair ivcftiwKSBt. Orcar
stOaes. BstwssTWsyCsTTssjeaiaaea, XjwsrtarT
Jast cofoplerl, rsptrity 1000 uutrwaieaU .very IS days,
Tery ute Isbor-uviag woM wurkiag atachiarv. Vast
Casual rtuW ae to asanafartar Vrrtet -c!"fcT leas
BMnry than ever. AiUreM. tealluim
PtMEL r. BEATTT, rTashlaff, yw Jtrsey.
K fk Xrw jftfes t CI i
JVf Iarf tarJs, tC
Cri wit VM m 4X V
Can, toe .Vuasw Cant ttu. Assam, .V. 1".
FIIX J J""1 TrUk CnU-1 1 F Cards,
A Y " ! Traa-parrnt Cards, 1 MarrtrkKis Onllhar.
monism, 10U A I bam Vrr-m all la neat rate, for a-vm 3c
stamps. Address HUB CAUL) COt, Boston, Mas.
D lex. 1- ferlSVJ, with ImprnTed Ia
iarv r rce cawidar. etc.
- , . to any addie m r-ceipt
if tmTaree.CrwtniaMp. AdJre r
CHAKLKS Z. H1KF.S X. LVLiware Ave-, raOa.
OLD MEDAL A WAR CED
tae A tbor A cad imi UL
baapeat, tadiMatbU I mr?
svsaataJMt um Scwak et Lite
rmU ISwmiiti ; boutd at
nm rrvnea msaua sannw a.
stel BfTftTtan, IS) pr np.
faona, pet sl HSiMt by
ad aewjlddrwe iVwdr M
K KB. . 4 Balfia at. SoeUA.
Allantlr .ad fs.lr r.a.t r.aal aad
Okrrck.kr. I.am '..
50.000 Shares, $10 Each!
At I'AU with a BOWS -f 40 Acres fgr each 10 Shares fron.
Choice Lauds uf the IhsUa Purcluue.
OFFICKHi C Third CbeetNal p-i-u. Phila.
DetiJed Prospectcs with Descriptnt Uips maJed FUEL
C ) err. neh, laadrake, and many of the best
medicine known, are here combined int a meilielne of
sueh vsried poweis as te make it the CTvatest Illuod Pur.
tier and the
Best Health and Strength Restorer Used.
Cure CtqniJalnti wf Wnmen anddiMraetf the Stomach.
from Hitters, l . In-er Esnces sn.1 other Tunics, a It never
lnUteates. SnC, and 1 Hisea. Lnre savin 'bnTluzflidxe.
adec.4w. IIIHCOX oV CO., t krul.li, .. Y.
OtXe t7y of 7hy, Matte Decanter, 11.
lUlsnce rank on hand, fnn September mwrt.
" IUlhard bcrnw.
Tahl out on warrants, as follows:
Oct. AVUlUm Tonne, for hsulinr
" J. A. ilsrenm, m rvire ss iTsrhl from Sept.
S,V -6 dJ rT,c Mrrst C'Hiuuls r,
l illlmnm Ip ,l.l.i ..(.
William Tracr. night watch.
.. jii-uiuKiuui, nij.ni i
Witch aiul wurlc n
m reel a,
" II. A. Wright. Wftrk on street.
John Chae, wwk on streets In AprC,
J. 1. listen, work with team.
- ! Nvea, Citv Clerk 6 months.
I- E. Allen, winrk m afreets wtlh teank
Mr. HoIIt, -
Ueo. tr. m
" Soh Miner, puhlUhln- ordinance, ami Cnan
2fr J-. Thornton, hsolin off dead doe,
ni. Vetinjs. fir bsulinj.
H 'IowS''r' workwo"trtud walks.
v- euSu, wora on sireria. 73
Geo. hMea, work on treU. and haului, 3 tW
J. A. Marcnm, servics aa Mrhal, fruu OcL
-"T.CaudaeUassaiMrfetConiBBMir, 13 50
C, Lelsml, Jr, lauiher. nsUs, oil and nutrhes. 95 X
Isc 19. U IK es. nervier as City Clerk, Trum
Oct. B to lec. t9. 3 o
A. Appleby, ork on Kmtx, j w
" Geo, N. Harris, ftr plow, 3 oO
tV. It. Klleilr. aerviee an City Marshal, fioiu
trt. e to 1h. 19, work and cans. 34 50
" . McLau'hlin, work on streets, 3 23
i. it v ToU1' rron
1 sid on sboTe warrants, fill e5
Warrant ontntaiidIn, .53 32 T0 17
I'Uuce cajth on hand, j-e
I drt hereby rertifr th slmve U l a correct statement of
the flnsncisl cwndiua of ll- City of Tn-y, a sltown by the
JAMES I'. WILMIN. CU Clerk.
Now elautN e.nf.-MMVIy at tltt bad fcf l'luladelphla JtHir
nalmm in all tint mate a tlMtriMjblrciMuph te. ctteral aitd
fjuuilr newipaMr It U imve ntui4e iu it newa. In lt
special rorreMitdrnce, In it vanel cirtilnlHitiitns on all
Nttof tfpoUr interest, and in all lite .iilitic of a
newKjt3p-r f.r the ftitMil cin le and f. tb buntum man,
tliau snj or it citilem..n.rU-, u it fscihtieM aiid
reMMirrea are raiiial la rirrr wiiif j.r . ii.-.)!.. i....i
Tho Weekly Times
lis nearly doubtcilits frtner Urre timibttion during the
ear. lUcontiibutorefroui week t rck an smmi tbs
forenMwt tuartbeuali'ia,SDl im deurtmnt of news or
iterator i nil 'httI iu inr uniuU-r aa a- ..rt.t it t.
adatel s ell to Hutueu a U men. btnee, allhwuh its
MIitical Intelligence i full ami accunittt, aud lu .itirl
ediUiruI free awl ft-arhM, IiImtmI pnTlhm Li made fr ht
srmry, draimitu.- Hud nuiical hutter. travel aikd drentore,
fiction, i-ietn, fj-hisnand the chnmu I of current wM-isI
events. In all the departments the pen of tlie U-t wri
ter are encs-ed, whil stlecthm from other Journals are
made with care, taste ami fullness that are uiMorpaiuteiL
The "Annals of the War,"
Embracing chapters of unwritten history cm tribute! by
Jiuiunrua w ! iU .u war wi toe mKiinni, are a vaioaiilo
eature of the papa r, and hare htvum a rccocnlied. depiMl
Uwt of snchmatlem.heUier fYim Xnrllwi-n n s.Mttl.t-n
eourees. This department, a well a all others, wttljo
avi- luuj u (v mo .nfta rjiDuaTu ii imiiicr years.
THE DA1I.V TIMFXTUlIr,! (n K- fit. c ti,ji.
delpbia and samrandin; Towns for Twelre Cents a week.
Mail Mhsciitkhis, -ucw free. Six IfcdUr s jear. or
THE WKEKLY TIMES-Flftr-tdx columns of the
bU-et,t rewhu:. fpei UUy prejsretl to met t tha want of
weekly newapafier readrr. Dim copv, -00, tlxm conies,
cX 00 Ten copied, 115.00; Twenty coptea, ?Z.00. An extra
copy aent free U auy person Renin;; np Clnh of ten or
THfc bO'DAY KIUTIOX P.mble .het ei-ht pases.
The bt known and nioht accomplbiheil writers eontribnt
Uiitsrolnmns evrryweek. Two Dollars a jear, puOxe
free. Nnleroplen, Four Cents.
TIIK TIUFJ, ALMAN'AC A Mannsl or lVhtkal ami
otLer InftrtTOatioo, published on the cut of January, every
Jear Fifteen (Vtits a mpr.
TIIK AXXAI-S UK THE VT.KU-A roval -t vol
nmeofrW ia;r. beantifiilly llliitrated. Written bv rrin
ctpal l'arUtipuxit in the War, North and Smth. Itiee, 43.
Address all Letters ami other Commanicsthw tn
Ckl..l mil Illaklb Hlrtnm, Pkllarlpki..
tJT SEXD FOR A srtCIilEX COPT.
ZsUte of James W. Jenkins. Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby civen. thst on the 3tth dav nf Ko
vsmber. lel, the nndernijned wss sppointetC hy the
ITulkSte Conrt of Doniphan County. Kansas. Executrix of
the lstwiU snd testament of James Jenkin. Uteof
said Countv, deceased. Creditors must present their claims
asaiatt ssl Eaute within three years, or thsy will he for
I7AC13EL E. JEN'KIXS, Execntrix.
IVcember29. !8fJl-3w. I'r. fre, tX.
Stoves and Hardware
P. A. FLODIiV,
Loona, - Ennwi,
Celebrated Mitchell Wagon,
Westminster Hard Coal Ease-Burner,
TIIB ACOtt.T CtHiU. VX'OTC
Thabntlnuui aad all alnda ml IIEATIXO STOrXS.
tcrtbrr with a larc atock f
HARDWARE AND, TINWARE.
AH jor-1 will be Bold st bottom figures, to rsdsss my
stock. Call and see for yourself.
P. A. FI.ODI.t.
New Store! New Goods!
Has opened, en the Corner of Fourteenth ami Sscranionto
Street, near the lsteetown llnrwery,
A COMTtTTX STOCs; OF
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardnrare, (Jneen.Srrare, Glassware,
Highest Prices Paid ToraW kindj of Country Produce.
nillrraid Kegs Want leaf.
.Call ami see me. ami jst my nricea, before going clae
where. I wOl always he 4tAdM t see my old Douinhan County
friend and rwitoinrr.
Corner Fonrtoeath and Sjraniento Street.
Aaevt.l!l. IsMrpk. J1.
tatef Illim Dntton, Ieeae4.
ON tbe Tth day of December, tfl, the Mwlerai-Bed were
aprtated. by tbe Probsts Coart of Ih-ninhsa Caanty.
Ksnw. Aibninlut rators of the Etato of vTUllaa. UattJs,
dexesd.UteofsitCuit.ty. JtOpfnMU tmleblMl taashl
Ute,wOI make latinedUte iMvavnt tothenmlersioed;
and th haviax chum seamt the KUie. wCl prmeut Uo
some, a rennlred by law.
Troy, KsaMss. IWenber. im.
ANIIURTT DUTTON. J AdBlsIstratra.
December U. ItI-Jw. IV fee, IX
Eatate f Candiae U. otrr, Deceaaed.
OX tbe 7tb day -t IWraU. 11. tbe anderci waa
appuiatnL by tbe Pndaie Ourt Itouipbaa Onaly,
Kaaaaa. Admianttatris af tbe Kdale af Caroline M. Fester,
dereaaraL All pfrwaaa iadeUed toaabl Eatate. Wi3 mak.
tmmediate ramtit to tbeaidmdzned: aad tboae baentf
cUiaM acaiaat the Eatate. will preamt tbe earae, aa required
Troy, Kanau, Deccmler 9, len.
M A ttr M. OSTEB. jUmlnbtratrii.
December A ll-Xw. ITa fee, P.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Eatate of Jeremiah XT. Dooley. Deceaaed,
-KTOTIC2 I bereby tires, tbat I win, ou tb. Ml day of
A, Jaaaary. A. V. let, between tbe bean r an. and
two .cloca, 1. JL. at IM Doru uoor 1 tne tourt lleuae.
la tbe city tf Trey. Dunipbaa CouatyjCanaaa, aell at pub.
be aad nay tar caab. lot tbrea, (3 ia Block ninev ff 1 in tba
town af Serrraaee, ia eald County and ScaU, beloarioX
tbe Xetatoaf Jeremiah TT. Deolar. drcciaid. Uteof aaid
" Aaarialatratar EataU Jeramiak W. Duotor. aaceaead.
- i.Tthn,m, -mwi.., 1.,,
HOLIDAYS NEAR AT HAND! J
PJ" wmj ta UMam to th. poMic tlut .t.r.it,Tl.tlv frmt. u.1 n imuUrrlr aunt th.t -,
Suitable for Wedding, Anniversary or Holiday Presents.
Prlrr. I. la. airbrl. Our .tk U wWud with aTl to niflr lit faiiol.rfwUij!I4mIli,r,.TJ.
Diamonds, Gold and Silver Watches, Rich Jewelry, p
mm SOUD GOLD JLXD ItEAVr EOLL rLATE; "
Sol Goli ast Silrer Med Canes, French ani American Clocts, HarMe ail Bronze.
STEEUXQ SILTDK FOMS B rOOXS, FLtE IABIK CCTLIST,
I?l'!ITv'"Lr t!"'r4 yrmrr' " "nW tripU rUbi-bnt la Um martrt raniprUu.- TA SfU 1Tatr Srf.
f rtj. CU --P-rtirl... OpjGla. aJ iVU !Ua ii, taS.1 V,VriSj tarr.lTra
!?T..k.iVTnlli,,Tc,"?1-rB?r,'",,W- 0"MaliiTaT.llh.Vf caatia. 11a.
ialuU? i'mHSZTihi HZXr -. " -ananui CxU t .. apTral. u t ntlrall If ilt
CREMATION IT MERCHANTS
15 1 IY J&Z2. TTTT"Vr XIX SEEDS tn paper left over at
H Uf1 M TTOios.Jj U JLvll close orSeasou. nd for condition
its KSSewvSfcii iuj
DAVID LANDRETH & SONS, Seed Growers, 21 & 23 S. SIXTH ST. PHILADELPHIA
1U103I GEORGE 1 JlOlf'ELL X CO.
4 BEATTr PUSO K0UTES MA0XD1CEXT
Vn holttlsy presents; square crawl piano fortes, fuur
very bantlMtsne rooml corner, ruMrwaud ra.es, thrre nnl
son, lleattv's maUhleM ttvn frsues. stout, bonk, enrer.
boseil, 5 J J J.7.1 to S-.J9 J.JO catal.sne prv, jiHOO
t l,VUOl Mthfatsu ffuanntenl ur nuntey n-fdtMletl
after vne j ear's uw. nptiht ltana fortes, 91 J5 t V'J53
esU!oue prices, 9SOO U 9sOO i UnUrtl pisnu forte
uf tbtnnlertte, Sj ttHMuumU teaifjr. write ft nuuainoth
lmt of tet)a)alals: Beattv'a cabinet vrsos. csthedral,
chore h, rhapel, parlor, JO upward, vuiturs welcome;
free cami mrels tralni, lUamtratM etUjne (bJnly
eJitfcui) free. Adlreu or call uiun DAJtlZL T. BEATTT.
Vssaiactsa. Ifsw Jtrstr. lMeclw.
ANOTHER BOOM FOR ACCNT8
111 n 1 ii 1 11 nin utheeesti
"THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER."
MUn H Stt wnliw wl. u4 Ifcn hb tW Iwm
ffMr M M Mtt mm rwMlT. UH Mt.U iU MS ptMBpUT
b4 nwmr Sw tatritury. Hi ftdTtt I ! !.
UftlSl m lif. Smt4 mm Sir inln Mt4 tml M
DOVUUUM BBCMs. TTAT3IK.
FubUaasrs, ClnotanaU. Ohlxx
Snx! fur Trie Lht. aad lr.p pi.txl. Shlprocnl aolkit
rt tunis uiatl. on da J of rrctipu Hij;hMt owh ptkea
Drolrr and Exporter In Van and Skins,
V23 J1EHCKR T. SIHV YORK.
ay pay mf a TPar and rzprnivii to aecnta. Ontflt frr.
9l I AJdma P. a VICKEUV. Ancuta, Mauw.
OFFEILS FOR SALE
20,000 APPLE TREES,
At 93 t. 819 prr IIo.drd.
A Gooi StocE: of Meb Hits,
Of this seaons RTuvth, at $1.73 per 1,000.
Order will be received by mail or otherwise nntil April
lst,lt. The Uork will then be delivered. Thelinleis
crown in Nemaha County, 1 coiL
To he ure of cettin Trees or Hvde,
ScikI Orders arly
S. J. EDGERLT, TropV.
IlishUml. Ks Dee. i, 11.
nuv xiii: csniii'i.'vi::
The undersigned Is A pent for the latent
ImpTei Singer. Kef Qneen, anil 1M&,
AVbirh Msrhinea rank first In the market. Tint given ou
Macbimcs, If required.
Ofhce at nwslenco, one mile stwith of Troy.
J. II. .TIAV.tAltO,
Furniture Store ii Ttoy!
The nmlendsncil ha a full stock of Fnraltnrs ts his tors
at Troy. ltcouMtstf
TaWcs, Stands, Chairs, Lonnges,
and other deecriptlons of Furniture, of the Iatct styles
ana bent manniaciure, aiMi will sell it st the. very iowet
flfnrev For f'atk Only. Tboe who wsnt barau,, &bonId
jpvo him a call before pure having eUi where.
mtni rarTiM no. Iadr niaite Ciot. or mada to anlar. of
all tyb aud pricey vj;lher with all kind, of triaunia'i
aad balial guuda.
A. IA1. 'J.'JL ACV.
Sootb-wet of Public Sraare,
A. FROST & CO.
"Woold respectfully rail to the attention of the public prn-
rally, that tLej lave recently purcb.wed the UL of
of Slotuie A Msnck, ami have added a Iar;e stuck of
We are rrrreil to furulah all kinds of
t prices which will defy comttetltloti. Come ami s-e ne
st our olhce, on
MAIN STREET, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
and we win do yoa Rood.
Xor. 17-tf. A. n.OST & CO.
HAGG & REESE,
or M3;vi;uAjtci ka.ysan.
Are Aicents for the
CROWN, DOMESTIC, AND N. Y. SINGER
Sewi ii j-T Mach Iiick,
And wdl m II them at almost Factory prices ftr cast.
All Warrttsiiro! far Five Vears.
TwoJJrtwerssnd Drvp-LesfSinjerfuclJO, six Drawers.
The Bt Xschla OU la Xarkrt; alss, XesdUs.
In Momorlam Thehf ami public services of the Na-
"M aVAFTU. .11 JlanJUr iMUM'a jVT
I ftett te dais. Written at Menbsr by
mi iiaiHJiaa nailer ue wirrcuon o. Air.
CaroehL Conuins 1 teel nortraU of
Gsrlleld. fslthfal portraiu of mother, wif and child reaj
also numerous nne enzrannea a conOUcalisl letura, Cot
etinesudeXpdsininr his wmdecsreerf ten original teatlam
Bial letters from William CoHfe clsmimstes j extrscts frm
imnortairt speecTi aad writ.nri ertdonrment br CU.
UJchntt snd tbe lreident in rrerjr hL. Agent pttwt
nnimy 10 daUy, It is tbe nvMt attractive, anthenlie and
best. lriee, ei.23. Ayntt wnntsd ereryttken. rvSend
ft for term snd ootat. Inclndlnc copy of tiuok. Address
TIIE STATE OP KAXS.1.
jtL ur uu.iiru.u,
la tbe VMrirl Caart for Dunlpbaa County, State of
Tbe Kcate Sarinsa Dank of
bt. Joarpb. llu.iri, I ruiatiir.
II. W. Ilea; I Drfradanla.
Tbe SUte Sarin. lUak of 1
J. W. rry. and I
II. V,: JUcae. J Def.ndanta.
NOTICE la beeeby (iTrn. tbat by Tlrtaa EiecatiMm
and VeuditMiiExlioaaA.LMOed in tbeabu.MeXitbl
cauam. I will, a. tbe 13th day af Derrtabrr. A. U. 11. be-
iwu e nuoraai ten.ciMra. A. M. aad tw. . caurK. i".
31 In tbe town of rVvetaa. ia ad f!m.tv m-n ml ..Tilii
aoetio. tbe fidlowiBS cUwrlbed peraDBal property, to wit:
One (11 red and while milk caw and calf, ao. (II Tr year.
true beUar, m (1) tw.yrer.old red ram betfer. aad "a. (1)
ormmanvaoout nine (71 yeara au: take, aa tbe property
mt J. VT. lrT. to aatiafe aaal auratiaaa.
Alaa, I wU. a. tbe 31 day of Ikwaarr. X.V.lin. at
two e'clock. 1 AL. at tbe north dour af tbe Court Ileue, In
tbe city of Troy. In aaid Ctmaty. aril at pebuc aale tbe fol
lewiaj deacriaed read eaute. to wit: AD tbat part ft lb.
aaatbaat quarter af section debteca. (1 la townaai.
tbrea (3) eouth. ftfraara aiactea. flf eaat, b; aaid Caaaty.
lylar anth af tbe rlzbt of way ( tbe St Jrph aad Weaa
ern UaDraad (impaay. Taken aa tbe property of H. F.
XUbet. and aSered far ail. to eatiefy JudsmeaU acainat
tba defeadanu la tba abere ertlMrawbereia aaid State rta
Tiara Baak of hi. Jewh. ItiaaourL la platnlitr, aud S. F.
SUiat. J. W. Pry and h. W. Uoraa are defesdaatA.
Circa amler my hand, tbia 30th day -t Sarambtr, A. D.
SbcrUraf Ibaiipban County.
December 1, 1W1-5. iva fee, JlaJoi
71LL hare General Caramlaaloa Stock tSelc en tb.
T eeoood Saturday of each moath. at Sereranca, beicln
8A.TCEDAT. ATIUI. , lBcl
Conauaaiona reaaraiabla, aad custom aoUdted. Peraen.
from a dietane wiabiae atock anld, can obtaia paatare near
tb. city cm reaaonabla terma, THO attend aalea tbrwubeut
tbaeountrr. when iliwlul
Jhaoala.aam.laooaereaat' land In Dealpban. Bra-r
aad 2iemaaa Caamriea. to aeQ oat cremiaalna. part iaprarod
farma, and part eacant land. Tor further tnformatlew. call
a. wr. FIT,
m . . fc- -k. w.a aA aaiviiaiikaTVU.
ver otTerea to bota 3iercna,nt and Consumer.
JVSBRETITS GiVRDKX SEEDS
tromi on their onu Farms. OVER lOO
t ACHES dcvotctl to this DurtMe. are tho
bTAXDAKD TOU QUAX2TT. S3 "WHOLE-
t? TRADE PRICK TJ9TM f.t Kv In hnlk nr
mailed to mcnhanU an MneJIestlAn.
3B A TJ1: "FIRS,
SOCTII.WST ranwr rf ta. rakllo Sira. TrT. Kaa
Imb BMta.v, buj mrtM. .U .trhaar m ttriarl
pal ritiM, bur and ..U Coootr Wartauta, ( lold. Mtm- a o.
and rntiT. l)rpua,ta, tOUEK 11IIOS.
J. t;. irxxns.
REsmEXT PESTIST. Troj-, Kantaa. ritH.pt at
UatkiD civrn ta att bnob. vf IIm pnu1uta, Offic.
at TihlrDc., t..diwrara.tvf liittr IIimmv
Y1?1"" "" n tba third I.hj .frarlt month.
and White CLmdon th. fuorth alondarvr aarh moaUi.
JOHN W. WADE. M. D
PDTStCUN AXI SCKOEOX. Trey. K.omv
Offire, irth Mda t l.idrnr. on tb. hMa
luhlie Njuar plara. ISaiajS
PrnTSICIAX AXD SCnr.EO.V, t.m.r h!a prt
aaaial Mrrtrra t. th. riUtroa f Trwj and nrinitv
OtSaon th. rurnrr.ratorLelandi tton, tuo.7a.
DR. R. t. WOOD,
UX?1U1.1A AAV SUKUKUX
ljf"U S. Esaminina Snrccun.
wk. kiiDta, m. n. a. a. M.uuLa, u. p.
REEDER & DINSMORE,
PriTSICIANS AXIl SCROEOXS. hala bmal
co-partnership in th. prartir. ol Ucdlrin. aatl Mae
S7, uuld mpectf ull off their vnifMatuaal frrt.ire.1
lha citixena of Trvr and arruaadue cooatf j Ot!l . .a
door auuth of Oj.n' Hardware Mora.
w. n. wbbil. aoar wileiii
WEBB & WILKINSON,
ATTOKXKrS AT LAW. Tror, Kanaia. 03c o
Taa lia.Virk & BncienrMre'a atura.
Mr. W.hb will b. In Troj Frklar and Saturdr .f mi
week, until ha remoTt. br. penitanentl j. lotuch!.
S. L. RYAN.
A TTOnXET AT LAW. AXI1 ItKAL ESTATB AXD
ITaetire a iprcialtf. llaaieo.
If. B. WOOD,
ATTORXST AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW. Troy
THOS. MT. HEATLEY,
A TTORXEV AT LAW AXD XOTARV rCBLIC.
Im. Office fu the Court ll.ue, Troj, Kaoua.
ATTORXEr AT LAW. Trey. IVialpUa Com.
a uuKt Aflaw", Troj, Ki
n. r.kie us I'ubuo Niuara.
FRANKLIN BAB COCK.
TTOBSEV AT LAW. Troy. Kanaka. WU1 prar.ca
J V la th. aererat Conrta of the Sbda. 3.'.L7a.
PIERCE & HEATH.
VTTI1KXEVS AT LAW. Will practx. la AUll-in.
Jrfr.r.ia, Ucniphan. aad a.U.uiiae t'oantM. IriBe.
corvee lib. and Comruercial Sateata, .vrr W.Ura,AU-hJ.
T. H. DRENNINC.
" AT L.W. Watltana hT.n
A TTOKXKV AT LAW. Watlwiia. Eaonaa. Allleeal
B 1 .. WI a- .. i. ..
. Luuaa wiH b. eafullj alUudtd to.
K. M. WILLIAMS.
XOTARV ririlLlC CUXVEVANCEIC, AXIMIKAL
J-a EaUt. IsMI. WhiU l.lo.J. Kaaaaa. Tall. paLI Ur
son raudaule. LuJa bwaud, auilMlMaf rl Mlria made
at najwoaU. ratf 9mch7U
ArimOVEEi:, Trer. Kaaaaa. Wdl attMd aalea la
allparUofthoCouatj. Charcaa naaoaakU.
Brains al WM Station !
GALLAGHER & CORCORAN,
At Ilibland MaUon. rail att.nti.rn to Ibair arlect ateek af
Boots and Slioes, M mi Caps. Ratter Ms,
Dtrlmsat asd Cloaks fur Ladles, Clair asd 5tlsf,
Which ther am seRlnz Iw down, fr raah or Its oqnlvslent
only. lrlnce taken st tbe hlsbeat msrkrt price. In ex
CaiSDzef.-rciud- Tbv aUo buvtilLil.V AN1 I10,.-i. for
wb.h they pay tbe hlheat market pnee. lu Caah.
A Urte Mock of
Christmas and Holiday Goods
Juat receiretl. and for aula Tcry low
KuoOrn C.tf.I.ACIICR A.-C'OllCOItA.t.
Cores Scrotals. Erysipelas.
Ptmules and Face Qrubs.
Blotches. Bolls, Tumois, Tet
ter. Humors. Salt Itheom.
Scald Bead. Sores, Mercurial
Diseases, iemaja wesucness
and Irregularities. Dizziness.
Loss o Avoetlte. Jaandlce.
AJlectlons or the Liver. Indi
gestion, Biliousness. Dyspep
sia and General Debility.
Acoi.f BWUckrOat Betara wilt aatlaiy Ito
OH vw .niria. ihot a.aif !.
II Bibialaraataaoac. raKa,L.a.
FOSTUt, mtBUIN k CO. FW. Bafihv N.Y.
FOB .AI.E BT
z. o. snsroLAiH,
Iderti. TROT, KANSAS.
GRAm MPCCIFIC 51KOIC1.-VE.
TWAOI MAK T"1 CVT E,?"" TRABl MARK
car for rVmiaal Weak.
prtsncT. aad all iieaee
that futlow aa a eo.oenco
f Self Abnsei aslouof
Ueainry, Ualveral L-v-sitade,rsia
tn the Hack. .
IhJBness of VisMsa, .re-4"
ml.tajem fltel A mm aaa.l
jaaleiaiii. Ala UBlaVUall
ttTMTJUllLmjtHWiie-.,b.. Alia TUUL
lead to IsManltr r C-MMinrption and a Premstar Ors-e.
r?"'uU psxtJcnlsrs la oor pasaphlet, which we deeire to
send freebv nuiil to every one. Tbs9pecirteMsdicisMi
ie aold by so dniKslU. at tl per package, or six packsf
f.rSA,orlIl beMut free by mail on tb receipt cf the
money, by sddrinx
TIIK CRAVTIEDIl'l.-C CO.
licmua, S. T.
For sale by D. C. Stiiclalr. Idecly
It TOU With tO
Ii Too bh tohe-I
cots a Ctmaisrcial
.a r0w wiaa wi war. .
den for Amutcmcct f
,"SnlIy?rca;," FOR PLEASUR)
aii vr rnxn hzxseiuot.
Pike 1J0 each, postpaid by toil
Our Combined Catalogue of
For BBS. acut fre. on application.
10 FopnUr Songu. verua and munic. 30 eta. 10(b
Coaak Kosx. werda and made, 30 eta. J OO Sentimental
Maun weekend music. 3S eta. lOOOUraTOritoSunea
wordaajdm.alc.30.rta. loo Opera HonaVwordaaad
"k!l22r?-r100 JUm awerd. aid rnuak. 3tV
Sonfa, werda and music, 3a eta.
r-. "" - ' -ic,airta. .BO Scotch
lots tor On. Dollar. AJ1 of ta. alr.
AST fuar af tb. abara
it. for Tw. DoBara, Th
nt Cn if SUM it. Seat aunV
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