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Thursday, : ; September 14, 1882.
JOHN P. ST. JOHX.
D. W. FDiJtEV.
Foe Secretary of State,
For Auditor of State,
E. P. McCABE.
For State Treaaurer,
SAMUEL T. HOWE.
W. A. JOHNSTON.
For Aeaociate Justice of Supreme Court.
DAVID J. BEEWEK.
For State Superintendent of Public Instruction,
H. C. SPEEE.
Fo Coxcaxauus at Laboi,
S R. PETEES, LEWIS HANBACK,
B. W. PEKKIKS, E. N. MOEKILL.
TDK COaCSXSft, F1SCT XiUTKICT,
JOHN A. ANDERSON.
.Look to the Legislature.
According to present appearane?s,tbe blenders
on the Governorship will go on to tha end with
out remedy; bat there is still time to avoid like
blunders io electing members of the Legislature.
The opponents of prohibition should see to it
that the right kind of men are sent to the Legis
lature, By uniting, they can carry a majority
of the Representative Districts. See that this U
done, and that no prohibitionist steps in on the
strength of a party nomination. St. John is
powerless, without a large majority in both
branches of the Legislature, The present law,
arbitrary and odious as it Is,"is so ranch ho that it
defeats its own object. There are always a cer
tain nnmber of reasonable men among the pro
hibitionists, and St John must have a ery large
majority in the Legislature, to get enough wild
eyed cranks to overrule the men of sense and
judgment. Whatever yon do, don't let him get
this power. U.s next move will be a State Con
stabulary; a law for search and seizure; a sys
tem of jnry-packing, and removal of trials to
points where the sentiment is one-sided; and
the admission of circumstantial evidence to con
vict, without actual evidence, each as a screen
door, or a Government license, or a shelf with
bottles, being received as evidence that the ac
cused has violated the law. By throwing aude
all foolishness, and electing only sound men to
the Legilature. this can be avoided, not other
wise. An nine is now being industriously worked
throughout the State, which, if allowed to go on,
will leave the opponents of prohibition in a hope
less couth lion. That issue is the re-election of
bonator Plumb. What interest hate the people,
ontside a certain locality, in the succem or defeat
of Senator rinmbt But be and St. John have
joined hands. Wherever Plumb makes speeches,
be takes the tnmt advanced prohibition ground
He even wants to make it a national issue. Tht
St. John men are nominating members of tbr
Legislatnre, and instructing the in in faor ol
Plumb. These men are all ultra prohibitionists,
and, after toting for Plamb, will be tools in the
bauds of St. John. It is a scheme to make it
appear that Phi tub's re-election is the main issue,
and cause the people to lose Mght of the fact that
the same members will faor any arbitrary
and tyrannical law that St. John may dictate.
We repeat, let no man be elected to the Legisla
ture, if yon can prevent it, who is not opposed
to this imposition, regardless of PJnmVs interest.
Whether he stand or fall, concerns nobody but
himself and his retainers. Support nnti-prohi-bltlonists
for the Legislature, in every District,
no matter how useless it may teem, or who they
are in favor of for Senator. The prohibitionists
do not scruple at any trick to make a point ; Vhy
should their opponents do so, when their rights
and pergonal liberty are at stake T
Sony for You, Korg.
It pays a man, in the outcome, to stick to his
honest sentiments. He may ride comfortably,
for a time, by going with the popular current;
but wbt:u the round up comet, he may be left.
Now, there is our old friend, John -M. Cameron,
of Brown County, whom we bae known from
the first Hay wo entered Kaunas, and who is us
ually cool anfl le.cl head. He was honestly -omm1
t prohibition had no faith in it. He
tnldtissu. He also honotly brlietrs that St.
John is a fraud. But he was elected to the Leg
ifllatun, two ears ago, when the prohibition
traze was nt fever beat. He went to Topeka,
and supported the moot arbitrary law that the
proluhitiouiM could devise. Hating had a taste
of Legislature, he wanted more, and made tt
known that he would aik a re-election. He wa
a delegate to the recent State Couveution, and
wa the St. Johu lead horse m Brown County.
He suppressed his real sentiments, and did hts
work well. Lat week, the nomination for Rep
resentative camo off. Where wan bis St. John
strikers then, whom be helped to carry the Coun
ty for the Pretender? The Ring had another
man for the plee Morrill's "lieutenant, and
one of the bosses. Cameron didn't get a smell.
The primaries went overwhelmingly, aud the
contention unanimously, for John Schilling, a
larr-beer Dutchman, who dearly loves his beer
and bib uip, and who has turned renegade to his
race, in order to "stand in' with prohibition
hypocrites. Cameron's prohibition friends let
him idide gently out. Had he stood up for his
honest Aeutime nta from the start, he might still
have fulled to get the office, but he would have
presetted lili self respect. All we can offer him
is eur sympathy, with tb hopo that his experi
ence . worth the investment
CP Tlir Atcutam Patriot with the aMictanre of
the Trov Chief, are tijrnnngiQ neb a wit that St
John will nred a.xmt MOO tote to elect him These
Miine t taper bad him lieat fr the nomination, too,
wr Wrlirre. and he will get Wat thin fall about the
am way be wa then irj.il Cfaud Unit
Ars yon mire 3011 are not off the mackerel kit,
neighbor f Examine the filrs, and you will find
that thu Chef never predicted that St. John
would be defeated for re-nomination; on the
contrary, it always thought that hr would le
successful. Neither has the Chief pndicted his
defeat. It thought that he might Iks run hard,
if not dtfeated, with all the oppoMng eltments
united; but since that failed, wr hate not had
lhemuoteit bla that be wonld ho beaten. As
it now stand a, the combined tote of Gllck and
Robinson will not come anywhere near showing
the real opposition to St. John. Since there is
no hope of beating him, hundreds who would
hate voted for a combination candidate will Ioe
all interest, aud will not vote for Governor at
all ; w bile other hundreds of the timid sort, w ho
would hate voted against St. John when there
was a hope of defeating him, will now fall to the
big side, and vote for him. So that Gllck and
Robinson together will not recel , e as many t otea,
bt thonsauds, as one oppoNitiou candidate would
hate rerclted, under a satisfactory combination.
OP A correspondent writes a long commnni
catiou to th Atchison Patriot, to provo that
Gov. Robinson Is hi fat or of the prohibition law,
because the Convention that nominated him
monkeyed on the question. What is the use of
such bosh! Gov. Robijon has not hesitated,
on any occasion, to use voice and jeii in opponi
tion to the prohibitory amendment and law.
His portion on that question is clear as daylight,
and no oue ran pofuihly c deceived. He is
sound, regardless of all the platforms ever
CF Mr. Glick has several times been elected
to the Legivlature from the strongest Republican
District in Atchison, hud wasoncoortwicemade
Chatrmau of the Judiciary Committee, by Repub
lican Shaker of the Honv. T. l Frnlon was
elected Sp aker of the House by the Republicans,
at an extra iteskion of the legislature. If a good
many Republicans f-boald xote for Glick, this
year, we dou't know just who would have a
right to complain of it,
CP A Democratic paper says that Glick will
stick. This jingle reminds ns of an improvised
song that was snug in the State, on the night of
the election in 1-6??, one line of which was
"Mr tihek U writ. h. nral for ilrfilnnU.
V9 From the published list 111 the Seneca Tri
luet we that the Buckeye Review was at
tended by prons who came from Galaton, Tns
caros, Pribil, Cayhuga, and Gurnsey Counties.
E7 We have received a pnntel slip, headed,
"ADeclaration of Principles, by Col. S.N.Wood.
A more Interesting stgbt would bo some bonajide
principles of Cl. S. N- Wnd.
ryrbe Buckeye Reunion at Seneca seems to
Lave been a prettv large affair, although the at
tendance was pnncipall from Nemaha County.
But the list look at if t lie County 1 full of Ohio
What Well Tell Them.
hen we are Hast, the people will ask us all
manner of questions about Kansas about crops,
fruit, and prohibition. We will endeavor to tell
the exact truth, in all cases.
We shall them there is no better State than
Kansas, and that the grain and fruit crops, this
season, have been enormous, and a fair sample
of most years.
We will tell them that the plagues of grass
boppere and drouth occasionally visit the State,
and also cyclones in spots; bat that the wont
plague that ever struck it is the epidemic called
We shall tell them that the gennine temper
ance people are the opponents of prohibition ;
that most of the decided opponents vt that move
ment are strictly temperance men, while a very
large number of the loudest-mouthed howlers
for prohibition are confirmed drunkards, drink
ing generally on the sly, but always keeping
their hides full, and that the drunker they are,
the more clamorous they are for prohibition.
We shall tell them that the assertion that pro
hibition prohibits In a single town In Kansas, is
an unmitigated lie. That while many towns
have no open saloons, every town has places
where men can get all the whiskey they want,
and that fully as much Is drank as there was in
the days of license ; and that in the towns where
soloons are now kept open, there is less real
drunkenness, and of a less dangerous character,
than in towns where, the law prohibits i. e.,
whsre the drinking is done in secret.
We shall tell them that prohibition bas not
stopped immigration, either to or from the State;
that some people are still coming into the State,
and some going out, but that the number coming
In is about one now to where it was ten some
years ago before it prohibited.
We shall tell them that the epidemic is bound
to run its course; that it caught the people at a
disadvantage, and they almost succumbed to it;
but that they now understood the malady, and
are beginning to apply disinfectants, and that
the prohibition craze will as surely pass away as
the small-pox or cholera does.
The Next President.
An exchauge remarks that in the last electoral
college, the North hadA231 votes, and the South
133; in the college of 164 the North will have
243 and the South 153. At the last Presidential
election it reonired lri votes to elect; in 184 it
will require 201. The Republicans can, there
fore lose 47 Northern electoral votea and still
succeed. They could lose Indiana, New Jersey,
Connecticut, California, Oregon and Nevada,
having a total of 44 electoral votes, and still
elect the President without a vote from the
South. They can lose New York, 35 vote, Cali
fornia, 8 votes, and still elect. If they carry
Virginia, 12 votes, they can aford to lose New
York, Indiana and New Jersey. If they carry
both Virginia and Tennessee, they can afford to
lose Now York, New Jersey, Indiana, California
The Atlanta Coaitituhon, (Dem.) says it is pru
dent to assume that the Democracy will not be
able to make the South solid in 1884. It thinks
that Virginia is certainly lost, and that North
Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana and South Caro
lina are debatable States. Mississippi and Flor
ida might be added to this list. A fiir ballot
tnd an hnict count would certainly give the
Republicans all of these States, having a total
of 65 electoral totes. With these, which right
fully belong in the Rh publican column, the Re
publicans could afford to lose New York, New
Jersey, Connecticut, Indiana and the whole Pa
cific slope, and Pennsylvania and Ohio.
m i 1
rP The Topeka papers are giving reminiscen
ces of occurrences in the war for the Union, as
something seasonable and interesting, just at
this time, in view of the soldiers reunion, during
the State Fair. The Commonwealth gnes this
bit of information about the battle of Wilson's
Creek: "Kansas soldiers fonght their first bat
tle at Wilson's Creek, under command of Gener
al Nathaniel Lyon. The First Missouri, First
and Second Kansas, and First Iowa Regiments,
with Steele's battery of regulars, won immortal
honors by the persistent and heroic gallantry
with which they for hours maintained their
ground against immense odds. The fight opened
at 5 a, m., and closed at 11.30, August 10th, 1861.
General Lyon was killed, and Col. Mitchell fell
severely wounded. Of the 5,000 Union soldiers
engaged in this hard-fought battle, 223 were
killed, 721 wounded, and 292 missing.
13 M. A. Reed, Esq , of St. Joseph, has been
nominated by the Republicans as a candidate
for Congress from the Fourth District. There
arc now three candidates in that District: Sis
son, Greenbacker; Barnes, Democrat; and
Reed, Republican. We fear the Republicans
have made a mistake in their nomination. Mr.
Reed is, doubtless, a good man; but we do not
belie te that he ii the strongest that his party
conld hate nominated. The sorrel horse of the
Steam Print. Company we beliete is the best
trotter 111 the District, just at present.
Maine. The Republicanshate secured a com
plete tictory, 111 Maine, at the State election
just held. Our readers will remember the trou
ble experienced in that State, two tears ago,
when Plaisted was elected Governor, by a fusion
of the Greenbackers and Democrats, by a plural
ity of a few hundred, although the Republicans
elected the Legislature by a good majority. This
year, the Republicans elect their State ticket by
8,000 or 10,000 majority, all their Congressmen,
and an increased majority in the Legislature.
ty TheNew York Sn rf, speaking of our senior
Senator, sajs: "If Mr. Ingalls bas a fault in
tontrntcry, it is the ivant of self restraint in
punishing a prostrate ad.ep-ary. IIu pursues
the object sf his ire even when resistance cannot
be vigonrouhly made. Could he temper re
sentment or forego opportunity for bltlug sar
casm, Mr. Ingalls would rank with the ver fore
most in debate; for, to natural gifts of a high
ordir, he adds scholarship and a large store of
ZjT Captain Pajne, the Oklahoma lender, ad
dresses a letter to the Kanuas City 77wef, in
which he says that he is not and neter has been
imprisoned; that 110 ball was demanded; and
that he is prepared to ghe bail to anj amount.
He kur he is read fnr.tn.il, and demands it
and an opportunity of placing his claims before
a Court. He iIosch with a defiance of the Gov
ernment as to the rights m Iuk case, and accus
es officials of purposely delaying its considera
tion. ty They hate had a regular bull aud bear
contest in the 51st Representatite District, in
Brown Conuty. The Convmtfon was held at
Hnmlm, Saturday, and seveuty-fonr ballots w ere
taken, Without reaching a nomination, when the
Contention adjourned sine die. A new net of
delegates is to be tlcctcd, aud tho thing tried
7" The Indtaman aud the J!rpbhcant of War
saw, Indiana, have Ieen consolidated, under
thu name of IadUnla Ptpubhean, and it is once
more the old firm of Williams t nos!er. We
suggested, when the new paper was started,
some six years ago, that the firm did not look
well split in two.
C7" The exhibit of Kansas products grains,
grasses, fruits, etc, prepared by the Kansas
Pacific Railroad Company, and displayed at the
Minnesota State Fair, at Minneapolis, has just
been awarded the blue ribbon, for its superiori
ty oter the exhibits made by Minnesota and
CP An attempt to rob a train was made on
tlw 11th, near Vinita, in the Indian Territory.
The plan was well laid, but miscarried. One of
the robliers was killed, and the other captured.
The conductor of the train was badly wonnded.
ty George W.Martin publishes a declaration
of his religions faith, in which forcordtuation Is
a proraiuent plank. How does the Idea strike
him, that it may have Wen foreordained that
St. John shall lie elected for a third term t
t?Ret. Got. Green savs that he presided
over a Democratic Conveutlou by way of joke.
This Is a ear of Jokes. Lots of Republicans are
going to vote other I icjtet, at the coming elec
tion, merely by way of joke.
EP Miss Sarah A. Brown, of Lawrence, who
once was the Democratic candidate for State
Superintendent of Public Instruction, is now a
candidate fur County Superintendent on the
ty A woman in New Jersey has lieen arrested,
charged with secretly administering croton-oil
to her husband.. May be, she wanted to hurry
him to work.
C3" vermont has gone Republican. This is
almost as cheering Republicans as the news
is to Demoerata that Kentncky baa gone Demo-,
CyAre there not enough Independent and
anti-crank voters In the Hiawatha District to
Wat the sour-cront ont of John Schilling?
And Still They Come.
That the Democratic party ia a party of old
ideas, and entirely behind the times, that it
fails to keep up with the progress of thought
and of the country, la painfully apparent to the
live ones of that party, and is cause for gratifi
cation among Republicans. In thia County,
come of the oldest and best Democrats have left
the party, and are now acting with the Repub
licans, and now it is announced that B. P. Wag
goner, of Atchison, has formally renounced his
allegiance to Democracy, and wilt hereafter
take his chances with the Republicans.
In speaking of this hegira from the Democrat
ic party, the Atchison Cftaaisfoa is moved to re
mark that foresight, sagacity and an honest and
sensible surrender to the inevitable, are always
llgns of a well-balanced mind, in politics aa In
religion, business and everything else in human
life. And we are really glad to find. In
Atchison, so many men who are giving eridence
of thia rare endowment of level-headednesa in
the present political campaign.
This state of mind is noticeable among Demo
crats to a greater extent than people are gener
ally aware. Men who have shouted the old
Democratic war-cry, who have been foremost in
tha councils of their party, and who by their
past zeal in the promotion of the principles of
that party, have certainly earned a standing
among their political brethren, anch men and
the number of them ia constantly increasing
are stepping ont of the old beaten and roosa
grown path of Bourbon ism, and beginning to
take step with the only party that, for the last
t wentj -five years, has kept abreast of the tru
est, the broadest, tho most humane and pro
gressive ideas of this enlightened age and conn
try. Prominent among these men is lion. B. P.
Vaggener, of Atchison, an old fashioned Demo
crat, a man who never thought or knew any
thing but Democracy from his childhood, until
the meeting of the Empena Convention; a man
who, by his devotion to the principles of his
party, has made himself heard and felt through
out the State of Kansas ; and who so long as he
thought the Democratic party worthy and de
serving of hla adherence, gat e it the beat efforts
of his life.
But unable to inspire his co-workers with pro
gressive ideas, nnable to win them over to a
wise and judicions policy, and honestly and con
scientiously differing with them on the great is
sues of the hour In this State, he wisely and he
roically, in a speech at Corinthian Hall on Mon
day evening, bade farewell to Bourbouism, and
formally announced that hereafter he gave his
heart and hand to the Republican patty, and
linked his political destiny with those men who
propose to be loyal and true to the Constitntion
of the Stat, and who, on all great moral and
political questions, are always fonnd on the
We are glad to welcome Mr. Waggener to the
Republican, ranks, and shall just as cheerfully
welcome all other Democrats who, honestly con
vinced that the Republican party ia, as wo be
lieve it to leF the great party of intelligence,
prognss, aud liberty regulated by law, are anx
ious to perpetuate its wise and humane rule.
iV" John Brown, Jr., son of old Ossawatomie
Brown, the old Kansas abolitionist, fonnd the
skeleton of his brother, Watson, in the rooms of
the Kuighta of Pythias, in Martiut ille, Indiana,
Identifying by a bullet-hole in the back-bone,
and will inter it in the family grave-vard at
North Elba, N. Y.
Two freight trains collided, at about halfpast
even o'clock, on the 12th, about a mile sndahalf
on the other side of Savannah, on the Kansas City,
bt. Joseph A, Council Bluffs railroad. The circum
stances which led to the casualty could not be ds
covered. It seems, however, that it was csused by
a misapprehension of orders. One of the trains was
eoming from the north, the other bavin; left St.
Joseph but a short time before The train from the
north was an express, and both were drawn by C,
B. & O. engines. hen the engineers saw lbs in
eriUble rrsult of the mistake, they reversed the
actions of their locomotives and jumped. Both en
gines were literally demolished, and jammed togeth
er in such a manner that thej could not be separa
ted, and were brought to this city together, last
evening, for repairs. The timely leap of the engi
neers doubtless saved their lives, and no one con
nected with the trains was injured. The conductors
were Beaver and Karrell, and th numbers of the
eDgines213andl65. A transfer of passengers was
made necessary from both points, and travel was
delayed several hours At 6 o'clock last evening
the track was clear, and trains all on time. St. Jo
XjT Ex Secretary Blaine will arrive in this city to
morrow. After his splendid victory in the old pine
tree State, he will no doubt enter into the festivi
ties here with enthusiasm. ith Blame, Speaker
Keifrr, and Congressman Lonng the people of Kan
sas will be greatly, honored, and it is hardly necessa
ry to say that no citizens on earth can express that
appreciation with greater freedom and zest than the
average Kansas veteran. This week marks an era
in our State history, and to say that we are all proud
of the splendid success of the entire programme is
putting it mild indeed Topeka CommontetaWi.
ScsnciO'exoT Aixatep ScTeral of the Kanaa
papers are loudly protesting that St. John declares
inai ue in not a ranmuaie lor tne enatp. Mill
Plumb and the Timet are not satisfied Thia third
party evidence does not allar suspicion. What do
we earr what private Secretary V'anl says I It Is for
St. John to speak as openlr for Plumb as Plumb has
spoken for St. John It is broadly asserted, and un
contradicted, that the Senator has meht sweats and
cries out In bis sleep. Kansas City Times.
C7" A woman was bitten by a dog. in Pans. She
went at once and hail the wound cauterized at the
Hotel Dieu. She continued perfectly well, until
one day, when she was passing the hospital, she was
recognized br one of the students, who called ont
to her: "Halloa I you are not dead yet, then t The
do which bit vou was downright mad, as they af
tsrwsrda found ont. The woman was seized imme
diately with a violent spasm, and m a few hours
died with symptoms of hydrophob'a.
CP Henry Ward Beechers hay fever bas been of
mnch eerTiec to the White Mountain hotel keepers
He bas tailed up the mountains as a remedy for the
disease with bis hts usnsl volubility, and set the ex
ample by going there himself. But this year he an
nounce that he has been cured by a remedy discov
ered elsewhere, and now, it is to be presumed, some
body is to make a fortune out of the remedy that bas
Cp Milt. Reynolds, the new Republican editor of
the Leavenworth TVs, bas for a long time been a
Democratic correspondent of our evening contempo
rary He Is an indifferent writer. Very few print
ers are capable of deciphe nnj his truck. Bet he is
n brilliant editor. He is no brilliant that he shines
in the dark like a chunk of phosphorous. Ha will
undoubtedly make the Press a glowing success.
!" M. E. Milford went into a Topeka drug store
to get some quinine, aod as the clerk was not in be
concluded to help himself. Hetookadoso of mor
phine Instead of quinine, bat soon dlscorered his
mistake when an antidote was administered and no
harm resulted, hnt his friends bad hard work keep
ing him awake until the effects of the drug had
p At Greeley. Col , the other day, a man who
bad caught a small cat fish, was swinging tt to the
shore, when a huge pelican swooped, down, gobbled
the fish, book and all, and started to fly awaw. The
sea grass line proved too strong for the bird, which,
after a hard st niggle, was polled to terra firms, and
dispatched with a club. The bird wttgbed nine
pounds aud a half.
tr M. Verestchaglne, the painter of battle pic
tures, has reeentlv had two singular compliments
Eaid bim by continental gnrernments. So vividly
as he depicted the horrors of the battle-field, that
in Russia the public exhibition of his paintings bas
been altogether interdicted, while at Berlin the
military authorities forbade soldiers to pay them a
CP Mrs. Fletcher Webster, now the owner of
the Webster farm, at Marsh field, has offered to give
the Webster Historical Society enough of the furni
ture of the great statesman, still In bar possession,
to furnish a enitable room lor the Society, when
ever they decide upon the selection of one for fu
t? A Chicage policeman asked a gentleman
whom he met on the street for a Wight," and then
walked away with the proffered cigar. A warrant
for the fellow's arrest Jor lareeny was promptly
sworn ont, and he is also to he tried before the po
lice authorities, for smoking while on doty.
17 The $23,000 bequeathed, in 1356, to Hartford.
Conn , by John M. Alles, to be hsld until It had
doubled, now amounts to $40,335, and the income
will be used, henceforth, in accordance with the
tsrms of the bequest, to famish poor families with
p Once Senator Ingalls bothered Senator Logan
by repeatedly moving amendments to one of the tat
ter's tills. Logan, becoming exasperated, said : " I
believe Ihe Senator would amend the Lord's Prayer.
'Certainly," retorted Ingalls, I nioye to amend af
ter the word 'bread. a whole bill of fare. SlUvortX
Aia Too Tare Referring to the fact that the
Junction Citv Vnum lias hoisted the name of Glick
for Governor, the Burlington Patriot says "it will be
a good deal colder weather than bas been experieno
nf m this count rvjltefotf we bear of a Democratic
editor running upthe name of a Bepubbcan at the
head of his column.
rjp" The Orcenbaekers of Kansas are outspoken
against monojKiltes of all kinds and railroads la par
ticular, vet they nominated for lien tenant-governor,
J sines O. Bayne, of Harper County, who Is President
of a railroad company. W ill the Greenback iaper
rather remarkable fact that there are five hundred
that horses of that color were essily kept, generally
A.i nansllr fntle. and the most intelligent of
the equine race.
tlT PeWitt C Kusb, City Treasurer of South
lie SO. iDUianS Ir PLc rm w vunKw "
long since and failed to return. On September 3d,
uis wiir t- -.,- - . . - t :
was a defaulter and that she would never see him
fp Lieutenant Patrick Me&Uhon, Alarahal Ve-
Jianon rum u. r.-uij, . -, ,-t m.
convent wmaowwuupui-Ki. "; -.-
reverend mother his watch and rbaln and a value-
ble ring, 10 oe som ior i- wutui ws t-w.
the in-pensioners at Chelsea Hospital. He is 97.
The PnneeM of Wales lately visited him.
XT A Virginia physician says that he has never
known an habitual user of tobaeeo to hare the ty
Den I Sign Papers.
bare gcod natursd men's fortunes been diminished
by obligations incurred carelessly, or without thought
of consequences I During the rebellion, the stsamer
Jessie was seized, because it was supposed she was
a blockade runner. The case was delayed ia the
courts for eighteen years fact which is very dis
creditable to our lawyer rulers. In the meantime,
all the parties defending the ownership of the ves
sel had. disappeared. The only responsible person
that could be found was a young girl of seventeen,
whose father was on one of the bonds. An obliga
tion of (70,000 bas been rolled up, which this young
lady win be forced to par, unless the law somehow
interposes to save her. ohe will be rained, finan
cially, as that sum is greater than her inheritance.
Here ia a case in which a person is punished who is
entirely innocent of any offense. But the moral of
this Instance is: Don't put your name on bonds or
notes, for it may injure, not only yourself, but your
O. Bortle, Manchester, X, T., was troubled with
asthma for eleven years. Had been obliged to sit up
sometimes ten or twelve nights in succession. Found
immediate relief from Thorns Eclectric Oil, and is
now entirely cured. For sale by D. C Sinclair &.
The Wat it Work. A gentleman from Beloit.
Kansas, informs us that prohibition has struck, that
town in this wsy: For some time it was thought
that liquor was sold In the place, and various expe
dients were resorted to to find out the guilty party,
but without avail. Notwithstanding St. Joha's lib
eral rewards, no man was found mean enough to
turn informer. They then sent off and got two pro
feasional sneaks one from Topeka the other from
Kansas City. One of these chaps went to a drug
gist in the town, feigned illness and got a prescrip
tion from Lim which, it is alleged, contained alco
hol. Then the druggist was arrested on charge of
violating the prohibition law.
The case has been in progress a couple of dsyv,
and the hitherto quiet town of Beloit is in a perfect
uproar. People are all 'by the ears, and men who
hare lived along as neighbors and friends, are now
quarreling like cats ana dogs. Three-fourths of the
population side with the druggist, who ranks among
the best citizens of the town, and the battle wsges
Thu bat illustrates the working of fanaticism. It
always prod aces contention among neighbors, and
strife and heart-burnings in peaceable communities.
Lore Tsar 'VelgtiBHtr,.
When your friend or neighbor Is laboring under
bodily affliction, indigestion, biliousness, constipa
tion, caused by imparity ef blood, or disorder of the
kidneys or brer, don't fail to recommend Burdock
Blood Bitters, a sure and safe remedy. Pnce $1 00.
For sale by D. C. Sinclair 4: Uro., Troy.
Ktuciors Isteixicc5CK. At St. Jnhnsbnrv, Vt.,
the Presbyterian church bought a lot of Horace
Wakefield upon which to erect a house of worship.
A controversy arose beteen the parties to the trans
action as to the boundary line, but the society final
ly carried the point. Wakefield at once put up a
fence thirty feet high along the line, and coated the
Presbyterian aide with barbed wires. These wires,
the church standing close to the line, made labor on
that side of the building exceedingly high priced,
and the society finally decided on erecting another
fence, which would corer the barbed wires and pro
tect the carpenter's trousers But Wakefield has
served an injunction on the soclsty, restraining them
from so doing. Wakefield claims that the church ia
being built so near his residence as to endanger tho
bitter by snow slides from the roof of the church
Ashland, Pa , Jane 3, 1SS0 A case of spavin that
came under my observation was entirely cured by
one bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure, and the horso
sold afterwardsfor twohnndred dollars 1 ours, truly,
C. H. Barxacd
rp The Frankfort Bre announces that it does not
put up the State Republican ticket, because it is op
posed to M. John, and will neither support nor vote
for him. ive papers in the State, the Junction City
Union, the Trov Ckwef, the Wichita lima, the Cald
well Commereial, and the Frankfort Bee comprise
the list of Republican journals that oppose the Gov
ernor's re-election The Union is for (Jeo. W. Glick,
and the CAief is for ex Governor Robinson. The
other papers hare not announced their prefenuce.
CP llou. A It. Clark has drawn up a pretest
against the candidacy of Gov. St. John, with a dec
laration of refusal to vote for him. It is expected
that this paper will recrire the signatures of most
of the old line staunch Republicans of this vicinity.
Sterling tor. Topeka Com.
CP" Madame Ctaland, a Russian lady, who has
been spending the summer at Xarragansctt Pier.
handles a gun better than most men. Out of J7
birds at which she took aim, recently, she brought
tyTlie English government Is now indebted
3u)(000for transit of tranoports and nien-of war.
The canal company seems te be the only ones who
are making any money out of the Fgypttan squab
ble. tP About 120 persons were drowned by the Cou
cho flood, Texas, and 15,000 sheep, cattle and horses
were lost. The losses on other propertv range from
165,000 to 1100,000. The river rose fifty feet. Bodies
are now coming to the surface daily.
CP" At Howard, the other evening, a mocking
bird in a parlor was observed to evince unusual dis
turbance, and soon a large copperhead snake came
crawling over an organ which a lady was playing.
CP Flipper, the colored Lieutenant who was dis
missed from the United States army in Texas, has
been commissioned as Captain in the Mexican army.
VsT A Russian refugee arrived In Atchison, the
other day, without a prnnv, but before evening he
had,madc $7 by going about town mending chairs.
CP The Osborne Parmer says that some eighty
persons in that Township have signed an agreement
not to vote for St. John.
(P It is now unlawful to kill prairie chickens or
quails, and it is almost impossible to find them.
CP It is proposed to bold an exhibition of fans
at Paris, during the eoming winter.
CP" Sumter County, Georgia, is excited over its
first colored jury.
Fee, for Legutatxee or County OJiee, fS. in edeancs, or
7VtrnAij or City Oflcc, i
Ism acaudidate for re-election to the office of
County Superintendent of Public Instruction, sub
ject to a nomination by the Republican County Con
vention. H. F. Siuneb.
I am a candidate for re-election to the 'office of
County Attorney of Doniphan County, at the ensu
ing election, subject to a nomination by the Repub
licans of said County. Tiios. W. Hcatixv.
Fi:OM GEOIWE 1 liOWBLJs .C CO
The Agealea of UilUsis C'ellc, the Indescribable
pangs of Chruoic Iudimtioa, the debility and mental stu
por retailing from a costive habit, may be certainly stoIJ
ed by regulating the yi-tctn with thst agrre able and re
freshing Standard Preparation, Tsbratts Scltzeb Ars
PROCURABLE AT ALL IUICG GISTS
In legitimate Jndicion npculatnm In Grain, rroTUIons
and SlM-ks on our nerfectetl rIstt. vieMs sure mnntblr nrof
iU to Urge anil mnall investors. Address, fur fall particu-
im, &. n nrnaau a. ,. i-owniisiuon Jiercnuis,
177 and ITS La Salle M Chicago, III. HvpMw.
lirnTTUI QiPTnVPU'PC! lor aanouneemenU and foil
of the American iledwal Lullegr, St. Louis. Geo. C Pit
ter. M. I)., 1110 Chambers SL, St. Loois. Mo. lOsepttw.
5epar AdrertUlsa Bsreai, 10 hprace Street, 5. T.
Farm for Sale.
THE propert j known as the lhtb Farm, 1 1 miles sath
west of Brenner, will be sold sn easy terms, ami at a
aacrifice. Said farm has good boae. barn, wood, tiring
water, about 200 fruit trees, small fruit, shade trves. &c,
Xil. and ia In an excellent netrbborhftd. tor farther nsr.
tiealsn. spjieV to A. B. ASHLEY, Kewanee, Illinois, or
. uiau&lci, grenner, ninsas.
Sept. It, la tt
Severance City Ordinances.
To Bepeal Ordinance 2C o. 34.
IU U onbtnerf bg tXs 3tayr mud Council of Ox City of
SlCTHn 1. That aa Ordinance entitled. An Ordinance
Creating the Office of City We!hmateT, denning bis da
ties, and locating the site for a City scale, numbered 34,
appivred December S. l&U and PubUabed in The Weekly
Aoasos Ckief, December 6, 1&?1, be and the same is hereby
Sec S. This ordinance shall take effect and be hi force
from and after Its publication tn Tkt Weekly Kmntat Ckief.
Approved beptember 1st, lftL
Y. H. IL CCETfci, Xaror.
Attest. F. J. AKUt, City Clerk.
rPabUsbrd iu TU Weekly Kansas Ckief, September 14th,
1802. Sou MlLLH, Publisher. Troy, Kansas.
unm & kim,
P. 0. Building, Highland, Kansas,
Eukts, Stoves, ta,
AA D ALL KIXDS OF
Tie CeleMei MitcM Wapns, -$67.50.
Cortland Spring Wagons and Baggies.
Hooslerand Union Grain Drills.
LA ECE STOCK
Guns, Pistoli, Cutlery and Sportaa's Goois.
WE MAKE A SFECXALTT OF
Builders' Hardware ud Mechanics' Tools,
Which will be soM at the lowest poulble prices fur Cah.
PEUSO.fALI TO JICXOXLV!
Tne Voltaic Belt Co , Marshall, Mich,, will send
D- Die's CtunkATCD Electro-Voltaic Belts
ak Electric ArnxixcES on tnal fur thirtr dajs to
men (young or old) ho arc afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality and 3tanhood. and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
tion of health and raanly rigor. Address as abort.
X. B No rok is incurred, aa tfairtr days trial is al
ty It U probable, that the members of uo other
class or profession bare more frequent temptation
to unprivileged osculation than the tUrgr. Toronto
Goldsmith speaks of
"That dire disease, -whose ruthless power
Withers the beautVa transient flower.
No truer description could be circa of the disease of
the kidneys, which, uneared for, npens into Bright
disease, and cuts down our strongest men in a Terr
abort time. And if Goldsmith had known of Hunt a
Hemedy, he would undoubtedly hare continued his
poem, and spoken of
Hunt's Kemedy, whose matchless worth
Makes it a boon to all the earth."
It is surely a boon to thousands of sufferers who hare
been able to find reliet nowhere else.
17" The Post Dispatch says of its venrable con
temporary: "We can't recommend the SepuMean
for anything except aa a corer for cucumber Tines
In the early spring.
Gestlejiex. Your Hop Bitters hare been of great
value to me. I was laid up with typhoid ferer for
over two months, andcould get no relief until I tried
your Hop Bitters. To those suffering with debility,
or any one in feeble health, I cordially recommend
J. C. STOETZEL, C83 Fulton St., Chicago, 111. .
17 The report on the Chili-Perurian investigation
will wound nobodrbut Shipherd and wee Terry Bel
mont. The Bald Eagle of the Kennebeck still proud
ly soars aloft. Philadelphia Press.
LlTe Bund Let Lire
Life Is not always under our own control, but ran
lie prolonged by care and prudence. Burdock Blood
Bitters aa a lazitire, alterative, and diuretic medi
cine, tends material r to restore health and lengthen
our dava. Price U 00. For sale by I). C. Sinclair &
Bro , Troy.
i to send for
I Frtc to tnj address npon
required for Personal or Family ose,
with over 2,200 illustrations. We sell
all goods at wholesale prices, in
quantities to suit the purchaser. Tne
only institution in America who male
this their special business. Address
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.,
SIT aad Waft Avcaae, Cklrac. 1U
Xotice of Application for Pardon.
WTOT1CE is hereby given, thst on Sa'nrday. September
ll 30, levi, at 10 o clock in the furraoon, application will
be made to John 1 St. John, Governorof thebtatoof Kan
sas, at his office, in the State lloue at Topeks, for thepsr
don of the undersigned. David Miller, who was convicted
at the September lens, Iwl, of tboDistlict Court of Don
ipban County, Kant, of lbs offence of assaolt with intsnt
to kiU Gcotge Lang D V ID MILLER.
Troy, Ks., Sept. 7, l?i-3w
WTOTICK is hereby given, that at the next regular ses
Xw sion of ttm Cuanl of County CommbMioners of Duni-
C d County, Ksoas, a petition will be presented to ad
nl, prsving for tbe vsiation of all the Blocks. Lots,
Streets and AllsTS of tbe town-Ite of Mavnard which Ue
north of therifbtof wsy of tbe M. Joseph and Western
Kadruad Company ami t-at of the rifiht ol way ff the At
ebbum and 'NebnwVa lUtlnnd Company excepting lilotk
thirteen, 13) the portions t Hlocfcs twenty nine (.3) and
fort r-one HI) Kins east of tbe right of sy of tbe but nam
ed Company, bite street, from tbe sooth-east corner of
Block thirteen (13) to Third Street, all or Third Street, and
excepting the public highway aa now located on White
Street and through Blocks nine (9) and ten. (10)
August 31, lprf-5w.
Hardware mi Tinware,
FARMING TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE,
I.AEGE ASsOKTMEXT OF
Tinware, Nails, Rope, Woodentrare, Baskets,
Clothes Wringer, Ponder and Shot.
A MCE LIXE OK
Pockety Table Cutlery, Revolvers,
And soch other articles kept In a Hardware Store.
I Buy all my Ms for Cash,
And will convince all who call on me that
My Prices are the Yery Lowest !
No. 704 Messanls SL, bet 7th and 8th, in Perry's
Block, opposite Hay Scales,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Enlarged to Ten Pages, Only
$1 IEJTC YEAR.
DAII.V. per Ifar . . . .813 OO
8EJII-WEKKI.V, prr jror 9 00
TIII-M IJItKI.V, prr jrar 3 00
lsur I.atmatrr will rrrrlre j.ur atibvrrip
lion, or atldrras
GLOBE PKLXTIXG CO.,
Send for Simple Copy J.
PT. LOCI, JIO,
MASON & HAHLIN OEGAH CO.,
tfl EAST 14th ST.. (raion qaarr.)
Have introduced rarROYEMtCTft or ouatkh r&irncat.
value dorin the but year than In any aimUar period atnee
the introduction of the American Orgaa by theta, twenty
years ago, and are now rereivt ag from their facturiea organ
tcfcrMfMXfi ts CArtcrrr avd cxcellesce Axrrnaa muni
HAS BEFOCE BXEX rtO.HCEP, ail J crrUlxdy worthy to lie
ranked with the yebt nvEftT xoical lxstblmevts tx the
WORLD, net eath prves, (213, fXU, , 390, i4-$, .70,
1750, 40, and WO.
POrULAK STYLES, including the mmt valuable of tbe
recent improvement, and adapted to all nm, ia plain r
eleeant canea, are at 22, HO, 7, $6fi, J72, &, tQ. 33 ,
1102, 1105, lo fJ00 and np.
MASON" X II VMUV ORGAN'S are avardM tbe only
HloilKBT medal fr instrument of thin cIim, Earopn or
American, at the CUE VT ITALIAN' IN DCSTMAL EX
HIBITION recently cloned at MiLAXt and have taken the
HIGHEST HONORS AT EVERY ONE of the great
would a DtntrsTsiAL Kxroamof for fol etkjcx tearh, Umg
tkt only American Orjtnt vauJk have taken titch at an
Sold al-o for KISY PAYMENTS, or aa rzn will be
rented until the rent payi fur IL ILLUSTRATED CAT
ALOGUES, describing more thax ovx iicmired sttlaa,
with net price acd foil particular. FREE. (Ztmcbes.
OFFEES IOC SALE
20,000 APPLE TREES,
At 93 I. 913 prr IIu.4rr4.
A Gooi Stock of Heflp Plants,
Of thia sraaon'a ETowtfa, at fl 75 per 1,000.
Orders will be receired by mail or otherwiae nntfl April
lit. lest The atork will then be drhremL The Hedge ia
Crown in Nemaha County, U eood.
To be care of yetting Tree or Hedge,
Send Orders Early.
S. J. EDGEHLY, Prop'r.
HUhUnd. Ki, Dm. 1, 1KL
BUY THE GEXUIXE!
Tbe osdnsixnrd I Arnt for tb Utmt
ImproTOi Smer, Heir Qnesn, anfl EUiilze,
Which Machines rank first La tbe market. Time ctvea on
Machine, if required.
Ofice at residence, one mile south of Trov.
J. n. .TIAWVAUD.
dectloL, General Agest.
HLIGOB Y HOUSE
Xurtb SMe PuMic Square,
TIIOT, "BZ A-TJfil fH.
THE House has been tboroohlv everbacled and repair
ed. and is fint-ciaM in everv respect. It is convexurat
to the i. Joseph A- Western KaUrned, Depot and hacks
connect with all tram on the Atchison icNebnska KaiJ-
road. at Troy Junction- Cfcare reaaasi4t.
S. F. KATJTS,
Waps, BnzsiBs, and Agricultural Iipteionlj
AD work: wffl be well and promptly done, and all chargro
made rtasucablo. fioovn.
HOCSE AXD ORXAHESTAI. PAXSTIXO. PAPEB
Hsngtag. Calabn!min& c. (tan. praapUr. Shop la
Vooraeer canufi unuoinx. nyt mirT iiupssi.
-- i rri.Li -. . 1
27 Stop;, 10 Cois Heeds- CO
97 &tps, 20 AW J JUls.
PRICE ONLY C. -
OrderBow.BinitriTBaBklVarp-tt di-eil --
Order, or Eegi e-ed Ls x. L . I a rb.?-4
without aMoment a Dl iy. F tor j r laat..; ia
tollrUmt.1 mtaloerHfJ-'mt. A U-esr"v
SLSILL r. EEaX-.T, VssMijtas, 1 :
Messrs. Wu. Lrvr & Soxa, Druggists. New Brunswick,
X. J. Since boyhood, 1 have been troubled with Catarrh
and Hay Fever, and have been nnable to obtain permanent
relief until I used Kly- Crrasa Balsa, which has
cured me. E. I Cuckexes, Aew Brunswick, X. J.
Price 50 cents. Will mail it.
ELY'S CItEAM BALM CO.. Owego, X. Y.
C PORODS PLASTER.
The manofactnrrn hsve
WON THE HIGHEST MEDALS
and Praise Everywhere.
No Remedy more Widely or Favorably
Kaovva. It it rapid in relieving, .alek in coring
For Lome Back, ftMCttsnatissa, Kidney A flee
tisms, and aches and palaa generally, it is the
Over 5,006 Druggists and Physicians hare signed a psper
stating that Benson a Cs peine Porous Plasters are anperior
to all others. Price 2S reals. Slang'.
Ginger, Bnchi, Tlandrake, and many of the best
medicines Inown. are here combined Into a medicine of
anch varied powem is te make It the greatest Blood Pari
flex and the
Best Health and Strength Restorer Used.
Cores Complaints of Women and diseases of the Stomach,
Bowels, Langs, Liver and Kidneys, and. Is entirely different
from Bitters, Ginger Essences sod other Tonics, as It never
intoxicates. 20c and 1 sizes. Large saving baying $1 siie.
31aag4w. IIISCOX it CO New Tori.
ALWAYS TAKE THK
B. & M. R. R. R.
Examine map and time tables carefully. It will bo seen
inai lain une connecis wiio uie u.i.h d. n.j
In fact, they are under one management,
and taken together, form what
ia called tbe
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LIKE TO
Chicago, St. Louis, Peoria,
DcsXoines, Rock Island,
AND EKPECIALLV TO A 1. 1. POIKTM
IOWA, WISCONSIN, INDIANA,
ILLINOIS. MICHIGAN, OHIO.
IIRIXCHML AtlVAXTACE SEE:
Through Coaches from Nebraska to destination on C B.
&.LJ K.iw Aoiransiers, cnanges rrotn ti.a.
&. Q R.R. to f-ounectlng lines all
made In Union Depots.
-CAS BE ITAD-
Upon application at anv station on tbe read. Agents ars
abw prepared to check baggage tbroagbt give all informa
tion as to rates, rcalex, time, connectioni, ete and to se
cure sleeping car accemmooauone.
This Company is engaged on an Zxtenslon which wQl
NEW LINE TO DENVER
and all points hi Colorado. This extension wEI be comple
ted and ready for basiness in a few months, and the public
ran then enjov all the advantages of a through Une between
.Denver ana ( mesgo, sn unuer one management.
I. H. KTJKXIS,
Gral Ticket Agent,
Feb. 1. l"i OlfAHA, 2fEB.
DONIPHAN CO., KAN8AS.
THESE Sl'KIXG?, which hare now become famous as
a health and pleasure resort, axe situated two miles
nortb-east of HlghUnd Station, on tbe Atchison and Ne
braska Railroad, in Doniphan County", Kansas. A bnHding
is now complete! for use as a hotel, for the accommodation
of all who visit the springs, either for a brief time or for a
thorough trial of the water. The accommodations are
good, and tbe charges reasonable,
I'eTMms arriving bv railroad, win find a public convej
anre from Highland Station to the Springs.
Angunt 10, lf-'a-tf
SOLE AGENT FOB THE
Crown, and Mason & Hamlin Organ,
Crowa, Victoria, Howe, White, and H. Y. Sl-ger
And will ad them at almost factory pries.
Mr. Hag does not spend four or fire hundred dollars
yeartv, travelling around, bat stars at home, aad sells his
machine and organs at low prices, therefore givtag per
chasers the foil benefit instead of paving tt oat trmvsfllag
Every machine has a guarantee for five rears, aad aa Mr.
Hagg is located la Severance, asd expects to stay there,
paichasers need, not fear of losing anything whea dealing
with him. JoBsl-IOak.
HARRIS REMOT 0O.,TiKJar
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tnofMMm rioTiu mmm
mm se smSs f mm mm mM m MOaMtaa,
A. FROST & CO.
"Wocld respectfaSy rail to tbe attention of the pnblia gaa
erallj, that we hare lately added a large amount to ear el
read j huge stock of
Pine and Native Lumber,
And are prepared to famish all kinds f
Saab, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Sec
At price, vhxk win icf omprfitkn.
(7 SHINGLES A SPECIALTY.
ConiUMlMw,t aroaf,oa .
MAIN STREET, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
sad wo wQl do yon good.
2fer.l7-tf. A. 7C0ST A (Xt
BBBl aa inm aea mm wm
M I, , Swa lmw wm nnM DrtU
aBaasssn4gaasnnB uy, Trmmuo Kiomssms aaS
ff-H Mtt war OM7 waniaiw,
aaasaaaaaaaaasnalapp mmtmfw esS nbaSf wS.
TMiiMrsMMtoiNN. i nmii nt as
SOO Follac StxccU St. JoHopli, Mo.,
" ifannfacrureT, Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in
Jewelry aaad Silver-ware,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
' Te ka oar tor rrflttcd and farniakri. nultas tt nor. ttnrtiTe. iIm rjrlnf better facfliUc for bImwIsx
fiP 'u Stock, which i u- Miprrior to Lut leMnn. temprtoiaz til tb hv DorriUc. in Sdrrrwix, lad Jewrr,
ITmh and Amcrkms Cixki. SprctaclM, Opera ud FleM OUwi. tt Jte. The Urgent Rock ud lowMt prion ia the
city. AB Eoodt aold by na. enrrared tn. of chare. WaUbea asd Jewelry repeired by competest workmen, and war
ranted. We extend an brritatiaa to aQ to vUit our MtabUahcient and look for themaerrea. W. ar alwaya happy to
Bomeiubcr tlte Place, SOI) Foils Street,
Oppoait. LooU Du'i Fnmitore CUbludnnent, between Fifth ami Siith Streeta.
,o,, SAXTON & HENDRICK.
For Fall Trade :
Hoosier Grain Drills, Positive Force Feed ;
Union Grain Drills,
Blunt's-Press Feed Drills,
Keystone Cider Mills,
Squiers' Sorghum Mills and Evaporators..
EXTRA LARGE STOCK OP
Buggies, Carriages, Bain, Mitchell and
Cortlandt Farm and Spring Wagons.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
Atchiaon, Kanua, Sept. 7, 1H.
Dry Goods, Notions,
nATS AIVD CAPS, BOOTS AIVD SHOEI,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c.
All Goods Sold at the Lowest Figures.
THE HIGHEST MARKET TRICE PAID FOR BUTrER AXD EGGS.
ItEJlEJirtEK, WE WILL. JOT BE CXDERSOLD. ilrth la, VJ.
D..C. SINCLAIR & BRO,
Agents for Ayers', Jaynes',
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED, DAY OR NIGHT.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipts
CAUEFl'I.l.V PREPARED AT A I, I. TIMES.
All the Standard Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, "
AND EVERYTHING TO TO BE FOUND
J. S. BYBRS,
Crrrn Trent, Jfam Strttl, SouA o Publ:c Sqtum,
TBOV, t t : I s KANSAS.
And a General Aaortment of
SlBlf rt Bite' Hardware.
ALL HUB OF GUTTEBM AUD BETAKING DONE.
Abo, always fcerp on band a rompltte atoek of
Cures Scrotal. Erysipelas.
'Pimples and Face Grubs.
Blotches. Soils. Tumors, Tet
ter. Humors, salt Rheum.
Scald Bead. Sores, ltercurlal
Diseases. Female weakness
and Irregularities. Dizziness,
l.oss ox Appetite, juanaice,
Affections ot the Liver. Indi
cestlon. Biliousness, Dyspep
sia and General Debility.
COTMrfBwfeckBteod' KttaM n ntbfr dM
Ktnmi ! n ia
F0STEK, MUBUU k CO, rW. Brfi'a, K.Y,
FOB HALE BT
3D. O. SINOTi A TFLf
tdecn. TROY. KANSAS.
GRAYfl SPECIFIC SIKDICIE.
TaUOI MAatK. TnI GaiaT Kxcuni TRASI HAM
"Z"TtXKBr. An nnfaOtoit .ffBk
rare Xur Denunai w eaa
potaoer, and all lhaeaaea
that fouaw aa a erearoc.
af Self Abnae. aalonaf
JfrBaorr. Untreraal Laa
aitode, J-ala In the Bark.
Dimaeeaef Tlalon, Pre-'
EflMTADILnuny ether Diaeaaea that ATTEI TJCQH.
leadte Inaaalty or Cenaomption aad a Prematore Grara.
CTVall saruralara In our namnhlet. whiah we deaire te
aend free by mall to erery one.
la aold br an drafriata. at fl ner eataj
:aaj, or aix pacKagr.
for CX or win be Bent free by mail on the receipt of the
money, ay aoareMoar
THK CRAY .TIEDICJ.1E CO-
On account of cannterfdta, we hare adopted the TeQow
Wrapperj the only genuine. Gnarantreeef cure leaned.
C7BoM In Trey byD. C Sinclair. ldecly
evcraoaoe, TCn.-n rnra-fw,
VK7ILL hare General CommleaVm Stock Saleeonthe
TT aeeond Satnrday ef each month, at SeTerance, bejein.
alnratlOoclock,A.lL S'ert Sale will be
SATUBDAT, OCTOBEZ It, 11
CemnnaBtana raaaonable. aad custom enllflted. Pi
rnwaadlataneewiahineatuckaeld. eaa obtain naatnre near
th city out ranaiwiabla term. Will attend aalea throughout
the tnuntiT. when derired.
J Bar ales aem 1900 acrea ef land In Doniphan. Brown
and flTamnba Countlaa. to aeHon eommlaalon. part improred
xnrms. and part Tacant land. Por farther buormatien, cat
J. TT. PRY,
Awetloutn-wr aad Stoelc BroVer,
Aaj i. 187a. . a Box M. Sererance. Kanaaa
4RR eek la your own town. Terma and tS outdt
apOOfrea. Addreae H. nAttrrt A Co, Portland, Maine. I
E. U. hendeick:
and all other Patent Medicines.
- a - I S T,
IN A FIRST-CLASS DRUB STORE.
SOUTH WEST coniar of ti. Pnlio Sqoara. Trey, Kaa
aaa. Inui monay. boynatea, aaQ excaancaan ftrlaat
pal citlea. bay asd aeD County Warraala, OaU, Ht ic
and recalre l)epoaIta.
J. C. MTERS.
RESrDET BEXTLST. Troy. Kanaaa. Tmp at
tDUm cirao to all braschm af tha prafMaVn, UC4
at rraldenra. two doora eaat of Ulf Vt Uooaa.
AVU1 rlait Sreraoce on tba third Monday af eaA Rwntt.
and Vhh Cloud on tho fonrth If onday ef each month.
C. E. WALTOIT,
UTSICIAN AXD SITECEOS Trar.
at rtatdecce. oppoaita tba bchool llooae.
W. B. CAMPBELL,
PHVMCIAN AXD SCSniOX. Tray Kanaaa OAoa
In Eorkhaltrr a baOJIng. wnl aids af rablla Sq,aare,
np ataira. lVk.
JOHN W. WADE, M. D
inrslCIAJf AXD 8CBGI02f, Trey.Kanaaa.
Ufflco. orlh Hide I Raaidanro on too ShWdaa
1-nbUc Square. plaea. lanayl
wm. Bzxcca, M. D. a. a. MXaauis, m. jil
REEDER ok DIHSMORE.
PIirSIClAXS AXD SCRGKOSS barUt Jr-l
en-partnffrahlv in tba practka of liodlcuM and thl
fery, would respectfully effdr their profeaakaml awnfatat
he citiirna ef Troy aatl anrronadlac eooatry. Otfle a
door eonth of Bjrra" llard ware Store. l!apr?4.
WILLIAM H. COE. M. D.
illTSICIAX XXV SUBGZOX. Doniphan.
J. J. BAKER,
ATTORXET AT LAW, Trey. Sanaa. Oflre with
Judge IMee. tlnjehljt.
a. U lias. o. T. WOOD.
RYAN tt WOOD,
ATTOILN'EVS AT LAW, Trey. Kanaaa. OSVe Or.l
dorn north of Uank, ap ataira. IzJaaifJ.
w. p. winn. noar. wiuneoa
WEBB & wiLKiirsoir.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Troy. Kanea. OOeo or
an Ba.klrk Dreckenrtdry a Blare,
ilr. ebb will be In Troy rnday and hatarday of eau
week, nntil he romoTea here permanently. lOmchiU.
S. L. RTAIT.
ATTOBXET AT LAW. AND BXAL ESTATE AXD
W. B. WOOD.
A TTOEXET AXD COI7XSZLOR XI LAW. Trey
THOS. W. HBATLEY.
ATTOBXET AT LAW AXD XOTABT FUBUC
Office In the Court Heuae. Trey. Kanaaa.
ATTOBXET AT LAW. Trey, Doniphan) County
ATTOBXET AT LAW, Trey, Kanaaa. Ofloa lath
aide of iabuo Square. SJanT9.
ATTOBXET AT LAW. Troy, Kanaaa. WHreewV
In the aeraral CourU ef the Bute. Kakla.
PtERCX tc. HEATH.
TT0EXKT8 AT LAW. WO praetlea ha AteUn.
. Jefleraon. DonlnLan.and adJalnlne Caaayaa- nsi
4th and Commercial Street, erar Waber'a. luu.
T. H. BREHRTJfO,
A TTOEXET AT LAW Waiha v.
J. buaineaa will be cvefnlly attended to.
3. A. CAMPBELL.
"TOTAKr PUBLIC. Seeeranea. Sanaa. CelUaalac
Al dene, and remittance promptly nude. Pa. ill. Jf ert-
g., auf .eh I. .1, ill .i . .
wn m irmiHintgi pnaapuy mao. liaam, jaerv
e. "1.'?2r. "Mtrmaenla ef writing nrepacly drawn.
B. AC WILLIAMS.
at rcaaoneblo ratea.
H. I RICHARDSOW,
rETEElXAET SrBQEOX. Tree. Kanaaa. Oflea a
Toaraeea place, on Janctlon road. awpts.
A TgnOXEIR, Trey, Kanaaa. WEI attend
West Side FiMtc Square,
TROT, - tt-A3Si
KEEPS concteadyoaheoda read imnHinaail offraah
ml ,.11 niMia unnalrrlaraf TTaaf afiniiw imj
Veal, alae, Bnma, Shonldera, Ereakfaat Bnesm, Pickle
PorkasdCerned BeeC which, he win aeS aa lew aatS
Win fawe both
and Stock CatUa. Also pny oak ur
Hides and TeDew.
PJt) A WEEK, fltadjyat Vane caailymade.i. Coatlr
hPai Ontatfrea. AddreeTr.CciustMiini