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Thursday, : : : : Jlay 24, 18S3
Tl.f lfiy tinirltilitnrnf ilicVtfranrr Emler
yriwe Ita pr.t tlnnn from lit Iit-h resolve not to
notice I lie Cliff, ami in In. lat issue lir sqneals
most lustily. It wrw tlut n hare pierce! Lis
t Innocent I. Me; or. In vary tlie figure of speech,
tlie reil-hut rutN we lieape! iiwn hira, liave
Kne through Ii'ih ti'ituise-sliell. a tut be squirm
-lrea. fully. Tliov vim have leem wont to
charge that the f lief Mime lime urs vulgar
things, art rcctTi me tided to get a copy of lasl
week ;cryrrV, aii'l wade through several col
umn .f MltM-Mtrr. ir they want to find ont
what sciininc new.pijH-r . nigartty and ohwent
ty are I.ViiirmVr, while doing m, that they
were written I, tmewltn pretend tule a rtfes
r of tie sjt f There is yiur first-class, family
jonrnal. Ilruji the valgar Cliff, and take that
model newspaper into your families!
This man, Itrmikei., hecm t lie a mural leper.
His residence in any place i hruf, and when ho
leave, it is with the rhararter f a ntivrhief
inakrr, a slanderer, ami a Maik-i.iailer. A long
array of the leading hnstnexv imcii of Decatur.
Texan, published him ana ncaW anddeadleat of
the first water. He got a Minilar seiiJ-oflT from
Outre-go, Kaunas; ami now a MnItice follows
him from Mexico, 3I.nexmri. And what is his
defenee againnt tlmlnng array of credentials f
He putbon a hraren fare, and asserts that his
aeenem are all drunkard, calanag", thieves,
loafer, gambler, etcetera. He seems to hate
a talent for wttlingdonn in place where the
people are all MonmlreN and when he get
there, there n nut cnm.gb righteoiunei to tare
them from the fate of Sodom. Isn't it a little
singular, that wherever this mail goes, he earn
the ftame character, and that he is the only good
man there, while all the others arc bcoundrelsf
Ilewareof the adveiitunui tramp, who is always
jrMcn1d by everjbody, while he alone is al
ways in the right! Citizen of Severance, jou
hate a fmrtahteof what your characters will be
written, when this man play out among you,
and park lit tiii'it to pte on home cither com
here, Matted out, as one of hi mission, with a
system of abuxe of County oftirers and prominent
men of the County, docilities seeing visions of
abuudant ready black-mail in the horizon ; but
the first thing he knows, he is confronted with
In 4 own rotten record, by which he can he trail
ed wherecrliegocH, and i kept mi busy on the
defensive, warding oft" well-directed blown, and
attempting to interpose hit calloused cheek
againtt . rcumiilatitig and damuiog evidence,
that he has no time or apace to indulgo Ins forte
of abusing ether. His cheek is iruiueuse, and
his assurance astounding; but he might as well
attempt to buck against a cyclone or a bolt of
lightning. The evidtucu is there, aud will stick,
and his career of iifii.iiei j ended.
One of the sKcialties of the Chief in tocxiou
sw indies aud frauds, aud warn the public against
them, This v. e shall continue to do. Thi is
why Krooke instinct!. ely marked u down a a
natural enemy, from the Ireginuiug.
I'KNMnNrt. Our pension article of last week
heems to attract attention aud comment, as a
new departure. It i Komething weliare been
thinking of for Mime lime, aud the more we
thought, the more c neretouviiicedthat ttouie
thing of the kind would Im right, although we
had no definite plan to otler. The right thing
tonld doubt less Ie reached by dicniii. The
Atchison ( himp'nmt lefriring to the matter,
think the greatest obstacle would be the enor
mous amount of uifiuey it would require: but to
re:n h it estimated amount, it iippoei that
racli man would rerehe an a triage of S'Ht per
monlh. The i'limpUm places the figures much
too high Our theory did nt rotitetiiplate any
thing near that amount. If we understand it,
m.in men who lot an arm or a leg do not re
five mrr f"ir!" a month; and those with
lesser disabilities, a smaller amount. It should
be remetnWred that all soldier who suffered se
ere disabilities nrt already pensioned, or very
nearly so; therefore, tins heavy drain is already
vtablisbfd. N'ine.teuth iif those remaining,
are men who incurred no disabilities, or fio slight
that they have much trouble in establishing the
fact. Hy jieusioning all soldiers, it would, Ie
ides Wing a simple act of justice, stop the bus
ines of fixing up, with lheaMitaucc of pension
agents, testimony and fale statements to obtain
lensious for those who are not entitled to them
under the present laws. Jt would close out that
branch of industry, which In causing great ex-jH-iise
and trouble to the Government. Then
the pension would li regulated according to
disability. IVrhap many would receive a low
aI t"i er month, to Im increased a age and
dinbilities increased. It would not require
sin b an iinmctitc additional amount- of money
as might Ie Mipjosed, on first thought. IVu
sioiiriH would dropout faster than the rate of,
the new tcrruits uould iitcreaoe; atol in the
course of nature, thoe whosutrered the greatest
lis.ibilitiet, oiid ilrau the largest pension, will
pas awa Kooucst. W think this is a question
that baisufbrieutmeiit to be examined by those
who nr in a ptttmu to bring it into practical
Or Dot'itTFit Hknkkit. It i a question
whether the State Itojrd of Agriculture is not
more of a damage than a Wuefit to Kansas. On
more, than one occasion, within the past few
car, the highly colored reort sent out by the
Itoaid, in order to gio Kanw a grand nbowiug
abroad, hae eauel great las to the farmers at
home. For in-tance, lake a statement sent out
by the Kti.tid a few daxsago. It Mftit mit the
report that the surplus wheat held in Kansas
amounted In r. i:!I,:it.j btishl, aud of rimi, 37,
4.1i,4Tl bushrU. Thi was intended to Mtund
log abroad, and t get up an ianuigratiou looin;
but it wa misleading, aud cuusrd a material
fall in the price of grain. Tho who coutrol
the maiket said, Wh.t, if there l su mtirh ur
pin grain lit Kaunas alone, it must soon find its
wa tut" maiket, and the prite must come
down. ('oiMs:iifiitl. the farmer in Kaunas
who Iiav.- wheat and corn to vll, must sutler a
reduitimi of H'leral ccuIn on the bushel, to pay
fur the blowing of the St.ite I lo.u d if Agricul
ture This i e:iith wh.it has resulted from
I lie utf ut st at emeu l m-iiI out. Theie is no such
an amount fsmplus coin and wheat heie. On
ly so much can Im failed Kurplus that lemaius
over and ;bov- what the fanners nil) nrrd for
their own u'. Tin tVing the case, tne-tliird
the amount slated b the Itoanl would le neater
the -nn' t limine.
f-t" This i a terrible Spring forctiloncs. The
paper almost dailt bring accounts of storms iu
sarinus pails if the iuulrt. many of them tery
destructite. On Satuidaj, otie tisited a large
)Htrtitii of Wisconsin and Illinois, doini; fearful
damage In Wisconsin. nun lites were bnt.
These -tbiue4 are ahv.it s ftdloncd by chi!
weather, nnil they keep the atmosphere in a -on-ataut
state of chilliness. Heiv no are less than a
month from the time when the son will reach
its most northerly limit, and there ha not Ik-cii
a day that could proper I v 1e calletl a pring
day There bate l.ee:i a few Miftieieiitly warm,
but they were invariably rend ere 1 disagreeable
bp the pretalcnce of heavy gales. The cause of
the c clones, aud the increase in their frequency,
is something that all the learning of the neath-er-wi
cannot Iwgin to tonrh.
lCougi-essman Philip II. Thompson, of Ken
tucky, has bid hi trial, at Harrodhurg, for
in tinier, and has been acquitted. It ispronounc
e.l an ontrage upm justice ami perhaps it i.
We may not fnllt understand the case; but if,
adtantage of Thompson wtfeV unfortunate aj
ietitrt plied her with wlue, and then debanched
her, justice deserted to lie outraged. It would
le bard, in any State, to c-ontict a man of mur
der, for killing another for the coiiiniKsioii of
Ci" The patent-outside papers hate recently
announced that they would soon emnience the
publication ofa thrilling continued stort, writ
ten ejcpres.sj for each of them. It i to appear
ou the patent side, and Is iu all of them. If the
jiateut-ontside factory should 1oo the manu
al ript, thU original story would suddenly stop
in all theiiiers,
jyTliti lval Benevolent" firaveyard In-
sa ranee courcrn has packed np and got out of
Kansas. The climate got loo unwholesome for
Jt. The managers of the concern will certainly
swear that Col. Anthony, of the Leavenworth
TiucM, ba hook-Dosed old devil.n There are
ather concents in the State that need pnnching
r?J. Proctor Knott has been nominated for
fjovernor by the Oemoeratafif Kpnfprk-J-
Tnn Czar's CoEOXAnox. Tba Ion j-d clayed
coronation of the Cjr of Raia ook place at
Moscow, Tnevlay. Xot withstanding all we hear
IoJ the dissatisfaction of the iteoplc of Knssia
with their ruler, it i said that the enthusiasm
of the people on the occasion was nulmamlod.
The procession was grand and imposing, aud
the only accident to mar the festivities was the
breaking of the Chief Marshal sknll, by lieitig
thrown from his horse.
X&? The embryo Fourth of Jaly orator i be
ginning to read np in American hilorr, ami to
lay in, a supply of eagles, Constitution ami
American dags. Tis well to begin eafly; for if
be goes back to Kome and Greece for a begin
ning, he's got a sight of ground to enter, and
will have to spread himself.
tsT Ilev. Police Court Brookes accuses n of
beluga "renegade Republican bolter and Dem
ocrat snpjmrter. We suppose this U more than
snch true blue liepnblicans as IVn. Harpster
ami Kippey ran tolerate. However, we never
p n Miihed a Democratic xaper in Texas.
Vv A tiolcbt rain aud snow atonu m Michi
gan, Ohiti, ami Indiana, Monday. The snow
seems to hate been greatest in OMo,a much as
twche inches being reported in some places,
breaking down tree, aud everywhere erionly
damaging the fruit prospect.
11T To-day, (MaytMtb.) Jaeeii Victoria is Gf
years old. From accouuts, the hereditarv iusau
ity iu her family, the signs of which she showed
from time to time, i assuming a more decided
form. She is said to be a Spiritualist.
rA case is not very serious, when Mrs.
Winlows Soothing Syrup will meet the emer
gency. In a real bad cane, Allison's Double
Hack Action Poultice i the only stun that will
reach the root of the thing.
If l.ydia I'inkham is dead, at the earl y age
ofOt. Her modicine couldn't saie ber. Those
jtortraits printed in all the paper were more
thati the most robust constitution could stand.
'flie June Centnrr
Several of the pictorial features of the June Cen
tury arc of uncommon interest, like the frontispiece
iKirtrait of Tennyson, after Woolners "bust, and the
othei full page pictures in the profusely illustrated
paier by Kdmund V. Oosi-e, on IJTiog Knj-Hfih
Sculptors;" ali-o, Severn's sketch of Keats in his
Ust ill new, accompanied by a sonnet by Jlisa I'dith
M. Tliomasvand a iortrait of the artist-friend Set
ern. Of descriptive interest, beide, are the six
teen nits which reinforce If. I!." concluding paper
Inher history of the ruin of the Franciscan Missions
in California, and tlic illustrations with George
W. Cable's account of the commercial growth of
New Orleans since 181 1, tinder the title, "The Great
Most readers will probably turn with a lhely in
terest tu the three or four paper by authoritative
writers, on subjects which now lead in the current
of public discussion. What Prof. Ilryce has to say
about the relations of Holland and Ireland is of
first importanee, both from his ioint of view as a
Liberal commoner and as a student of iolitical his
tory. He sets Irish idiosyncraeies over against
EnglUh pride and stubbornness and weighs the
pat causes and the future outlook of the Anlo
!rih situation with admirable fairness and attract
ive fulness of knowledge. He makes the Irih ques
tion comprehensible, which is saying a great deal,
and is directly nijeut as to what the olJcy of Eng
land ought to be. Henry James, Jr.. in a critical
essay on 'The Corresiondenee of Cariyle and Em
erson. evolves out of their letters two well round
ed aud charmingly characterized philosophers. And
another article, which also shows that literary sub
jects will not Ie neglected in the t'eawry, though it
has gitrn up M.t rcie of books, is the first of two
papers by James Herbert Morse on "The Xative
Element iu American Fiction." At this time, when
the method of some of our modern novelists are
Wins callrd i4uestiou,tbisdiM-nssiwn of the faults
and merits of early American storv writers has a
Iecbl ralue. Albert StieknetV attack ujion the
furt rlem. in 1at 'Vjirmlti!- Vwmcu hm r-ta !
mitliroutrarrntioniilM'Trrul If llrm -roiiml with
aliriffrfjoimlrrl.T Jir. Stirkncy. in.I-r !W lillf.
''Itoth Sidesof the Jury Question.
Mr. Howell, in the MKth jar I f "A Woman'
Reason," assist the hero and hcnitue to make up
their jiiarrcl, and introduces a shipwreck, jrhaps
to fhow that "moving accidents by Hood aud field"
are not incompatible with hi views of novel writ
ing. A ract story, by Trof. I leers, of Yale, called
"Split Zephyr, contrasts the aims of a party of
stuileut on leaving college, with their tiews and
conditions fifteen j ears later. But most notable, for
novelty and flavor of the soil, is the eonelnding tart
of Joel Chandler Harris tory-kctrh. "At Teagne
Poems are contributed to the number by John
ance Cheney, rlith 31. Thomas. Frances Hodg
son Ilnrnett, II. C Uunner. and Caroline A. Ma
son. Among the "Bric-a-Urae' poem are some
terse entitled, "lok at Browning, In allusion to
the freshness of hi last volume Joeoeriaf and
Joseph Kirkland's humorous solution of the riddle
in Mr. Stoekton's story, The Lady of the Tiger,
which was printed in the November Centnrg.
"Topic of the Time" discusses "The Present As
pect of the Irish Question," "The Outlook for States
men in America. "Over-organized Srnnl Systems,
and "Two Kith Men. meaning William E. Dodge
and Peter Cooper. The second bundle of "Open
Letter" the new cditorial.uepjrtnifnt offer pithy
remarks ou "The Dynamite Policy" by P.T. Quinn,
an Irish-American who discountenance murder and
conspiracy; on "Nathaniel Hawthorne Again, by
James Herbert Morse; "Mr. Cable's Headings," by
Charle Dudley Warner; "Barney a Mark An
tony," by Miss Emma Lazarus; "Indian lMuratimi
and Self Support," by Miss A. C. Fletcher, who has
made a special study of the snbject; "The Gallop
ing Horse in Alt," by Ocorge Snell. a Boston artit,
who upholds the conventional attitudes given to
the horse by artists, against the conclusion of the
author of "The Horse in Motion," and who ha the
humorous Mipport ofa silhouette in "Brie-a Brae,"
reprtsentiug n horse race (after Mny bridge) at a
St. ictiolav, for Xuue.
St, Xitkotti. for June, i crowdel with pictures,
and appropriately ushers in the summer withau
interesting article, by I. X. Ford, on the TiUhhc
"Fresh-air Fund," through which so many thou
saudsof iKKr tity ebildren have been enabled to
taste the pleasure of a two wet ks vacation iu the
country. Humor ami pathos are delightfully blend
ed in the account f thi nolde work, nndthc ex
periences of it beneficiaries liridly illnstratcil by
W. H. Drake, M. Woolf, and Jesie McDenuott.
The latttr also coutrihtites thtee drawings for a
oem ou the same Mibjert, by Margant Johnson,
calletl "A Beautiful Charity."
The froutispieee i a charming picture by Mis I..
B. Humphrey, illostrating Mis Mary J. Jacques's
verses, "tlreat grandmother Oanlen;" and there
is a Decoration Day oeni by Celia Thaxter. Harry
M. Keiffer's opidar " Drummer-Bo sketches ore
irtited in this number with an entertaining paper
entitled. "First Days in Camp." Frank 1. Stockton
writes an cicitinc 1kv story, "Ou the IIefagesands,"
with a hipwreik and a rescue: while the girl will
he interested in "The Baptist bister." by Sarah J.
Frit hard, whirh tell ofa bine lniat, a tornado, and
how sunie money wa fiMtu.l In a well.
J. T. Trowhridge 1 taxes "The Tiukhaui Broth
ers, in hi capital serial, intoltcd in a concretion
of disaster, from whieb all the pluck and rnercv
of the "llde-tmlb-r, and all IIC. ingenuity of the
author will W tcpiired to extricate them ; aud the
cuud installment of "Swept s way." by Edward
fr. Lib, is full of ihiroterii'tie inrident. descri'
lion, and pictures
Young natural historians will read with interest
and profit Ernest- IngetsollV-A OomLMeslel." and
the sill. -tnltiirit will turn eagerly U learn alout
the working f the "Buys' Stlk-Cnltnre Association
of America." iu the -Work and Pla.v" department.
Among the rest of the content are contribution
and drawings bjManiIreThoaiMm, Malcolm Doug
las, J. ii. Francis. It. II. Bin h, and many others.
ZT'ThcJuucBuuiiiercf the Xmrtl American He
tiff opens with au article by Joseph Ximmo,Jr.,
Chief of the Treasury Bnrean cf Statistics, on
"Amcriean Manufacturing !nterct," in which is
given a singularly full and instructive historical
sketch of the rie and progress of manufacture in
the t'nited States, together with a very effective
presentation of their present condition, and of the
agency of tariff legislation ia promoting diversified
industries and encouraging the inventive genius of
the people. Should this author's adtocaey of pro
tective legislation prove uistastcfid. the reader finds
the needed corrective in an article by the Hon. Wia.
M. Springer, on "Incidental Taxation," which i an
argument for free trade, D. C I'ilman, President
of Johns Hwpkins University, write or the "Present
Aspect of College Training." as affected by the in
crease of wealth and luxnry, the development of
natural science, and the influence of a larger relig
ious liberty. Edward Self i .resents some wei-htV
consideratioas on the "Abuse of Citizenship," as ex
hibited in the machinations of the dynamitists
against a friendly power, in disregard of the obliga
tions or American neutrality. Irof. Isaac L. Iliee
criticises some of "Herbert Spencer's Facts and In
ferences, in social and political ocicncc, and Chris
tine Nilsson contributes "A Few Words a1ont lab
ile bulging. rinally, there is a symposium on
"The Moral Influence of the Drama," the partici
pant' Wing, on the one aide, the Rev. Dr. J. M.
Buckl'y, well known as an opponent of the stage,
and on the other, John Gilbert, the actor; A. M,
Palmer, theatrical manager; and WUIiam Winter,
dramatic critic. 00 cents a number; $5 a vear.
Published at Lafajette llace, Xew York.
Sisuri-AK Accident. Ocorge Johnson, son of
Bradish Johnson, of New York, died at the Arling
ton House, Hot Springs, Ark-, Mondav. He awoke
during the night before, and got np to get a drink
from a pitcher, the mouth of which was broken.
The pitcher fell and severest the femoral arterr. He
was found pulseless and speechless, in his blood,
and although surgical aid was promptlr rendered,
he die! during thedav.
To the Editoe Kashas Cmtr: Dmr Sir: la
the order of thought, the question of muse comes
last, ei crytking else concerning U being previously
considered- In the same way, we are now begin
ning, seriously beginning, at all events, to ask:
Whit is the Church for! What is it function t
It Is commonly thought to be for the purpose of
rctinmg men and women f u the spirit of their minds,
leading them from the lower platform of earth to
that higher one, commonly designated heaven, lor
want of a better term with which to describe It,
drying np, by means of abstaining from them, all
those qualities which work, alwars have worked,
ctiI for the human race, all the various inclinations
to meanness, and injury, atd the training np seed
ing them, of coarse, when not originally ia the soil
all those iptalitie which ennoble and bless the
Whether thi supposition be formed correct, does
not admit of much or any doubt, when appeal Is
made to the Church life, the only snre criterion
of the qualities or part of the same, a very short
extract from which we now prod nee, to localize the
The I'resbTterbn Church ha after hating failed
by pen and honorable means, by a system of law,
by cowardly aud vicious jtersecntion, been bitterly
persuing, for the past six or seven years, one of her
own clergymen, the I.'ev. Alex. Thompson, now and
for nearly three years past residing in our town.
The eanse is that he has taught certain principles
distasteful to herself, but which, nevertheless, are
widely held and amply snpported by the best of
evidence. Iying, back-biting, hypocrisy nr hare
faced double-dealing, wire-pulling that would make
an old-timer iwlitician faint with a feeliog of
etrangenessand general debility, mudlingiug. tonse
the language of that school, hatred, and most all,
in short, the ret of this brood of harpies whieb
nerer fail to minimize the manliness of man and the
godliness of saints, bare been the tarioua missiles
used in this trw. n rA Jstnl, a abundant etidence,
documentary and other, sufficiently shows.
In the god idd time of her purity, she had men
who were the light of the world, in genuine godli
neM, literature, science, art, te. -men who flared
to be right, come t hat might, and often did come;
but iu these latter days, agreeably the euafofa
too cheap prophesy, how have the great fallen !
As drill-sheds. Churches are now mainly used to
practice the gymnastics of nligion, as if in com
memoration of a thing, or state of thing, that nee
used to Ie.
lint the tide of prog reus constantly rises, carry
ing ont to the sea of forget fulness the effete and
altominable, aud bringing up from the losom of
Got! new, true and useful thing, the indications of
the glories of His nature.
Already the sign of death o pi tear, for the djing
institution gradually relates her hold ujon the eo
ple, while her growing corruption and its effluvia
show that the final collapse is near.
When the foolishness of second childhood, with
its vagaries of thought and wishing for the fabulou
of the long past, manifests its presence, then joy
and sorrow, both quite distinct and unmixed, Wgin
to be freely indulged In. T.
Wide Awake for June, Hc.
The June H7de Atralr, oKiiing the Seventeenth
Volume of the Magazine, shows a dainty frontis
piece by E. If. Garrett, illustrating a poem a ilain-ty,-A
Itelated little Maid, by Mary K. Wilkins;
this same graceful writer, further ou, accompanies
a beautiful Dccorathe Plaque by G. F. Itarnes, with
beautiful verse. There are two excellent stones:
MUibettc, by Mary E. Edmunds, a daughter of
Senator Edmund, and "Kittj Birthday, by Sarah
OrncJewctt: the picturesque realism of MisaJew
ett'a style is as effective in a child's story as In her
Atlantic Munthly work. Itoth stories are well illus
trated by W. I Ta.vlorand Mis McDennott. Two
notable oem ali-o appear, "Midsummer Words,
by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, and "Two Hunters," by
Mrs. S. M. 11. Piatt, each admirably illustrated, the
ont; by Hassam, the other by WalterShirlaw. There
are other gocsl piece of terse, da in tly humorous, in
the number: "Corinne's Musicale, by Margaret
Sidney, "A Xiw Utter in the Alphabet," by G.
Kettlewell, each with it picture, "GrneicV Pin," bv
PcsMe Chandler, and An Old Protctb," by M. E. II.
Hie erial are delightful "Cacique John. the Yu-
J eatan stort by End A. Ober, the well Ltmwn Cen
tral American trateller, and "On lnuiaua Itoad.
j Mis. (.atherwfNwI while eteryiMMly wdl enjoy
i "'" v'""tl' ..f Jlr. T:.llH.f. Wliilr Mountain
c",,"-,.r- "More Than Tlii-y IlirgBinnl For." h. Mr
nothing of the graphic picture serial, Through
Spain on Donkey-Back." Thie are hut half the
riches of the number, kowivir; thire i a tin rrv
John Spieer lecture ou "Biding, by Sirs. A. M.
D?az, aud there i the tirst of Bright Eyes (Mrs.
Tibbies) "Omaha Legends and Tent Stories. and
there is a French Dialogue for little g!rls with dain
ty action and music, by Sophie Chester Johns, and
there is Marion Harlan d "Cookery for Beginners,"
and there is "Tangles," aud Music, and Mi Har
ris' "Littl Biography" of Ocorge McDonald, and
31rs. Treat's Microscope Paper, and Professor Sar
gent's Paper on "Boating aud Bowing." and The
Next Xc'ghW Housekeeping Talk with Anna
Maria about ChamWr-worh. and well, there are
other things still.
Only fiodayear. I). LoriiRoe & Co., Boston:
Tin: citAit(.i:4A(.AnNT diki:. t
The Rill of Pairilrnlara om Match Ilia Uia. '
barttient i Aakeai.
I'momoitx. Mar II. I
In Conrt, to-day, ('!. Julin CuIIma itruie with a I
liy lmfl.oul.l I riirllrl Iruui tlii I..nr of Far- !
tte County. Anion" the fdher tNcunientf with I
IhT venerable ( olnnt-1 wa forttfiwl wa a j
rtipyiif tbo rhil.idldiia TiW eontnioin a remit
tlerisioii of tbc Sniirriun Court, attimiinz the deri-
moii ofa lower Cimrt iu di-barring u lawjer who
bad taken part in tarring and frathcriD; a rriiu
inal. The Colonel rn ready to hnw that if a
man could le dixbarrtil for ftiieli au oHViim? rnt that,
there ought to Ic nu iK-tlion it 'tout ilitbarrinff oti
wli. i Riiiltj of the rrinifa coDimittcl by X. U
DuVea. Tlie aperitietl rliarce ngaint InLea were
then read, ami ilr. lhyle keil thit he Iw allowed
time ti cxamiufi ihcm. Tliia wan granted, and
tho rase wan continiitNl to the June Court, when it
in exported that it will Ie deeitlel. exception Ii4
in hn.t been fil.-U ami tbo teMimony taken in tb
regular w ay.
Tlie charRri. n fjK'cifie!, coutdiu mi eoiinln. the
mvoiiiI of Whieb iiielndes nine particular. They
triiurxc iu- nrniiiiu iuf leiiern in auk; lliai 1IIC
Itren.are UWlion Iisn Xutt and ilffwr. IIajju.
Kenueily, Frey and I'ogjrda, two of them fellow
iiirmWrH of the Imit; that thew letters how that
DuLch adritMil the father to proenre almrtion upon
liiadugbttr; lh.it hoia tlf-couft'fled eareiMlrnii-jH-Taiid
py, nml that be U cuiltj of tradiiringchar
atterand betrayiu friendship; thatlluLesiagruAx
lyiaimor.il and deprave!, unfaithful, uutnithful.
iiucrupnlnti, ile. rruel, hearties ami haniet4 ;
that lie lias forfeit el the recpert and eftteem of the
eoiuninniiy nai 01 me oar, ami nrougni ilixgraeo
tipou hiaielf aud the profeaMou. and, tJoaU.r, that
I) tikes ha proved hiuiMlf ro lnekiug iu luoru'l rhar
acter a to Uif-iUiilify hiui, under the rales of thi
Court, and the laws of thi Commonwealth, for the
praetiec f the law st this bar.
IlritUli f.old in lhi Country
If the wenteru jiurnaliht will olncne how miuc
of the iiHt blatant of the tree trade adrocnte are
Kuinuiug at the preiteut tiuie.be may tHexpeetetl
tolaotiee that "the called fade winre. The hut
C4tiieaiid provocation of thi I thecharire uiue-
iiuitiuuiir uiai urtiiPLi uiii iihi more io uo wuu
frt'e-trnde agitation than is generally uppned.
Vestenlav brief mention was made in these columns
of the fatt that iir. David A. We IN. of all meu ia
the w orld. bad w ritten a patwr oh "The 3Iot Iteeent
I'haeM of theTarilT (ueitioii( ia which be tok up
the ehame tliut Mrms to tc prettv efitctually faRt
entil to bnu. that ItritMi gohl .ays a cunHpicuous
part in thin agitation. Thee barges assumel that
31 r. Wells was an exrt ou this question, and in bin
pajHThe Maud I y admits that be is. He announces
that lie in En the secrets of the CoMeuelub; that be
Lnows the ttate of its treasury: i familiar with the
means it mplov, and knows the character of the
men who furnish the free-trade literature that the
clnb circulates in this country. The Cobdenclub,
he says, i too poor to send lobbyist here, and has
no gold to corrupt writers like Mr. Wells. This
ttMt-iueut alone would ehow that this Gentleman has
inadcinite.a ntndyof the matter- He states that
the pamphlets and other printing with whieb this
country is Hooded, a for example ia ISi), are paid
hx thinker, jumt, statesmen and idtilanthropints.
They arc the same 'tatetanten and philanthropists,
it Is presumed, who furnish the Immense sums of
money that lias plunged Unghsb politics into cor
ruption that has no jiarallrl iu modern historr.
mese. puiianiuropisin nm siatesmeu, of course,
have no interest in the vast man a factories of Great
l.ntaiu. Hating luaiie i-.nglisiiMIitiesthesynonTm
of all that is di'graetful, tif course they d'raw tie
lice m wumin nui lire iraue uocumenis. penuinf
immense nm for printing tbi stuff, they would not
go a step further and employ lobbyists "and Ameri
can inert euarie to write uptbeir side of the casa.
Knglihmen Lave always lecn too delicate and
serupulons to do anything of that kind. csieriallr
their "philanthropist and statesmen. The fact
that t-ueii a hardened perMinaze as Mr. IavidA.
Well has Wen forced to notice this particular
ibac of rtie tariff controversy Is most instructive,
t shows that these nn-Anieriean atlroeates feel the
force of the growing public opinion of them, and
that therWgiii to appreciate the fact that they
inurt. if they ran, explain the very questionable in
tluenecs that are all around them. The fact that
they are working to reduce the manufacturing in
terots of this country to the level of Ireland's, and
that they are band in gluve with an element that is
owcrful and has never Ieen oTCr-scrnpulor.s in the
tueof money, in so suspicious that if we did not
know by the clearest prool that english free-traders
were spi nding money in the Initcd States, advo
cate of the Well stripe would be regarded aa ques
tionable characters. As it i, explanations regard
ing the expenditure of British gohi in this country
come from them with partieularlr ill graee. .Vew
Helter than 10,000 !
I siteutocr;10,0i)0in2l years," said Major H.
W. 1 lines, nl lloston. Mass., in leing tloetored for
epilepsy. I cmployetl the Ut physicians in Xew
Orleans. St. Inis, X- York, Thila.. Iloston, Ijondon.
and Taris, but all to no purptutc. Savrita Xerr
ime ban cum me entirely. jlJfl.
rt The. SptiugtielJ Jtryttbiican conclude that
lZoseoe Conk ling and Jefferson Paris can always le
depended njKin to lament their " lost causes, when
eier ther gf t a chaner, io anger and to scold.
fv If yon don't want to freere when ita cold,
sutler front excesshe ierpiration when it's warm
Cm l!rown Iron Hitter.
V The itVth annhersary of the birth of Martin
Lather fccnra on the 10th of November next, and
will be re It brat nl in many places in this country
rj" Feathers, tibons, velvet, can all be colored
to match that new hat, bv nsing the Diamond Dyes,
10 cents for anv color.
FBKC TIUDH Ai D I.OU trAfiKH.
How the rnglfsk Weavers Ile and Miarre
The general aspect of Coventry is cleauer than
that of Yorkshire and Lancashire, but is not less
cheerless, when yon enter the cottages cf the opera
tive Most f them were very destitute of furni
ture, and a couple of looms occupied nearly all the
Sace in the two rooms. The men were pale and
in, and want made the check-bones of the women
stand ont and their eyes were set in red rings of Is
flamatkm. Meat was something they hardly ever
tasted, and yet, as one poor fellow remarked, "You
want a bit o meat to keep up yonr strength for
weaving; it's hard work, though it mayn't look it.
Tea and bread and bntter are what 'they lite on.
Said one woman, looting affectionately at her pale,
emaciated husband: "Poor fellow, be never even
gets alf a pint beer.
Here is a fair description of the average weai er'a
rooms: Both back and front are lighted bv weavers
easements running almost the whole width of the
house. Inside the front window stand a few plants
in pots, cut down for the winter. The boarded
floors are bare. The front roomwhkh is the living
room, is furnished with the wife's loom, a bedstead,
a chair or two, some old prints and crockery hang
ing on the walls and a little round table by the tire.
The husband's loom and a few miscellaneous articles
furnish the back room. He is a nare man, poorlr
clad, and, as his face shows, poorly fed, very intel
ligent, with a good forehead, genial eyes and a
pleasant smile. Here Is his story:
"Havebeenall myllfeaweaver; am now sixty six
years old. I began when I was fourteen ; served seven
year's apprenticeship. It's next door to starvation.
Our trade is dying out, and a good job, too. I told
my master once that there'd soon bean end to us,
and a good thing, too. ' Why, so V says he. Why,
sir, says I, 'who'd apprentice his son to learn starv
ation! Would you like to have your boy taught
such a fine trade as that f Of coun-e he couldn't say
he would, but he sajs: Yoa may thank your fine
free trade for it alL What's the good of cheap bread
to von ifyou'tegot no money to buy it with I"
These nieu can make at most about 10 (--40) a
week, and rent i from 2a Cd (CO rents tu 3 (72
cents) a week. I called at the bouse of one of the
best weavers in Coventry, on King William street,
in what is called "III fields. He has several looms
at the top of his house and used steam power. In
the palmy flays of the ribbon and silk trade he jurd
to make 15 a week, where now he could not make
over Vi (?1). and did cot make more than IT (.").
He told me that half the weatersfii otentrv wire
There i my Kon," said he, pointing to the like
ness of a handsome looking young fellow, "look at
hiui, sir. a line a boy a eter lived, sober, industri
ous; ami what do jwu think he earns at Weaving!
Why, ten r twelve shillings a week (less than 3)
and he has a wife and child to maintain. A real in
telligent lad,ir; f wish you could sec him."
"There is much distress in Coreatry," said L
"Why. I tell you half the weavers "are starving,
reidied the weaver: "some of thi other trader fa nr
hcWd them a bit bv sulMtcrjiitiou. ItobeA'pJ
II..I.. ... It.. V !-... T-
M'firi ininr.itr tin ri"UHr.
OMIIIIITV DlYH' TUIAIm.
Tiil Voltaic Pelt Co- Marshall, MicIl, will send
Dr. Ote's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic belts aivl
Electro Appliances ou trul for thirty dajstoineu
(joung and old) who are afflicted with nervous de
bility, lost titality, and kindred troubles, guaran
teeing speedy and complete restoration of health
and manly ttgor. Address as alove. X. It Xorislc
s incurred, a thirty days is allowed.
Xn CttsE for Wonnr. Sveral times seteral
pcrtmu have said that the Kcpulriiciu p-trtv was
played out, aud that the Democracy had the future
tied up in an old silk bandanna handkerchief with a
little snuff on it, but several times the prophets of
the passage of political power from those who be
lieved in the Nation of the United Mates Lave been
protcn false. Cm. Coin. (?a;ft'e.
Are the Kldue). I'linl Organs F"
Decidedly, c. Without them, Hf is impossible;
and they apjtear to be preuliarlv susceptible to se
vere an fatal 'derangemeuts. They are moreover,
exceedingly difficult to trot, aud the ailments nf
fei ting them are liable to end at uy time iu Ilright's
Disease. Iu our opinion, funned uiion the conclu
sion of many skilltd physician. Hunt's Kerned v.
the great kidney aud liw r Medicine, is the lct etir
administered for kidney, bladder, liter and urinary
diseases. It cures like n magic spell.
& A cant ass of the Presidential preference of
the Ifcpubliean members of the Pennsylvania House,
showed this result: Blaine, -13: Edmunds. 21; Lin
coln. 3; Orant, 2; Sherman, I; W. D. Keller. 1;
Blaine or Edmunds. 1 ; Blaine or Lincoln, 1 : "Har
rison or Edmunds, I : undecided, 10; absent, 4.
' '"Keep to your place, and your plate will keep
you. Butyoucanuot eiect to keep your place
without health, the foundation of all success. For
instance, a railroad engineer iu the employ of the C.
M. A St. Paul IE. IE. bad been grievously affected
with duWte for six years. He took four boxes of
Kidney-Wort, nnd now writes that he is entirely
cured, ami workiug regularly.
ft?" If Judge John Maitin, of Tupcka, is correct,
city authorities hate no legal right to kill dogs.
They may impose a tax u dog, and impound them
if the tax i not paid, ami prevent dogs from running
at large, ion mcy cannot kill tiicm. llcucc tt a m-
nee iT:eer simmit n nog, lie may gel into I ntiiMe.
ZSoe tor Drunkards,
lit httb.ilid baddniiikeiihabitsltectoildmttoter
cinue until Parker's Cingir Tonic tHik away hi
thirst for stimulants, restored his energy of mind,
and gate him strength to attend t- biisiuess. 7a
lf " IJttle Joker" is the les smoking tobacco.
THE NEW PATENT
MAXl'KACTrilKK IIV TIIK
American Watch Co.,
Till FStW tit flirilXttl ll l.Ila BllTait l.lAA nillmnt
""' n"' ''"'' "'"' riS SMI" Hrrnlh and
TTiese wutebex are all oyir. fttee. Hie lczel, into
whirl, an extra strong rry slat n titled with nn epe
rially preparetl water prouf reinent, it attaclml to
the cane hy Mcrewing it thereon, and tbun forms an
air-tight junction with the tnnly of the case, whii li
is prtMif against dtict and moist ttre.
To railroad men, tnitelers, miner, IiiiiiIntiih u
and others, who are n I moot rinstantly cxoseI. and
who ba.e to make fmjuent reft-renee to the watch.
these ipitlities are of the ntmont imjKirtahce.
'I'lir rillu!tifir B.rlli'ro tell Uieiioin
"VLiKTAt(;ttn.n, Jnli 2-J. IftSi.
I Mld one of your Patent Dust Proof CarsaMut
ten niuiiths ago, and the nthi r day it cime back to
mr with the request to make it whid easier. On ex
amination, I found that the Me in wa ruty, and I
inquired into the t-aue of it. The geutlem m it.ited
tome that !. was starting vome s.nv-lugs that had
lodged iu the Ikmi.1 of the rier, wheu bis chain
caught in a hr.sli and threw' bis watch into about
twehe fett of water. and be was about two hours
lludiug it. Wheu he got it out, it wan running, and
ho thought all right. In nbout thieo mouths, he
found that the stem whs ban! to turn, mid sent it to
I can say that the wMrh in all that the company
claim f.ir it. ami recioiii( n-1 it to all railroad and
mill men. It. W. BKXTI.EY."
Cl.lH'., low., Aprils, liWl.
I ih i on onld inl me a spring for the Wm.
Kllery Watch - Ity the way, this Kllery i a
watch I sold in your Srew Uriel Cane to n fanner,
last tall. Tlie 1'rt.t of January, he ly-t the watch in
the wood, and found it this week in altont one foot
of watt r. It hail lain three months and oer in snow
and water, with but slight injury to the watrh only
a hairspring. C. t. KAYMOXO."
The a1ovc were ery ee, ere tests, aud demonstrate
lieyoud a donht. that for auy reasonable length of
time during which a watch might Ie under water, it
would reeeire no injury whatever.
We make Ibesc cases in both gold aud silver, nid
asalVrH-rtly Iutlroorsirni M'lncl
Intr Varli Ciim-, 4Iiallinc Ilio World
li Eroliirr It Itial.
For Salo by all First-CIass Jowclcrs.
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tha SUREST CURE for
DoeaaUma back or disordered irrtaa tadl-
3od tie disease and restore healUiTacTioa.
4adwntaw a, TOdgT-Wcrt U umrrtumei.
h u wiu act praaT mzxx aai.
brlct dost cr ropT dmosa. aid dan drazfa
palas.anspeedUrTttUdtolta euestlet tjowtt.
43- BOXaD S JU-i iUiOGaiaTB. Prise tl.
PALMER & ORTON,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
Have a Urge stork f XATIVE LrMBEC an this
seSM'a sawing, and well rancA. whirh tbv offer ts the
Saw ITU I on the JLevce
WHITE CLOUD, KAXSAS.
Xot. Ia, lse-2.
THE STATE OF KANSAS, -
Dosttdax Conrrr, J "
IVtWe Eeaben Knopp. a Jatiee of the Trace fur Wash
ington Township, Itoniphaa Count r, Kaaa.
L. W. Uacka, rklaUC )
-.,?-.- , t 0npbih.tia Attachment.
a M. Blake, IWendaaL )
rUiatUTs denaad, thitly-serrn tbvUsrn,
VOTICE Is berebv given, that on the ITth day of Mac
i.1 A. D. t R.Knopp,aJaUrf thPeaceofWalb
laeton Township. Hwniphan County. Kansas, 1mow an
order of attacttmeBt in the above-nanMd case, fe the sum
cf tulrty-aeren dollars (371. and that said cause will be
beard en the ?'thdavf Jcne, A, IK 10. st o'clock A
iLMT L. W HACKS. IlshHC
L fciaclt tor Sswiri
i Ti snni,"
ja skeptic "now
Cic one medicine be
i rpedac for VpU
t lepsr Djierta,
A 1 do holism .
ftslma TPtt- irjicattntuia. Snrruitiir.
rhar, or Hemlaal AVrakness. and fifty other
cwnplajBtsr' Wecltim ft a rpcljt sim
ply, becaue tLe rims of all diseases arises from
the blood. Its yerrlre, Heol rent, AUerailce tod
Laxatlre propertlesmeetallthecondlt'oas hereia
referred to. lrsknownwrcfvfcnras
Itqaktsand cunicoscs tap pit- t tj lae
ininsiaciioao:opiiirjaiKiiirxi;cc i-iati.cs, oax
fcj the restoritioaof actiriirtotie nvhint
Eerroas sjftera. wherebT;k tarsia - r lured
of norbld fancies, which ere treat d oj Vie
caaca reieneu ia.
To ClTgrmen, Xawjcr. IJterary men. Mrr-
Laues ana tu tns-e wnos ecu
entarjr cnifiloTinctit caacs nenous pro-rr-tUm.
lrrruunucs oi idc moon, tunnica. ii is or
ftUnnlant, Haxshitx Ttcnviw Is tarsloable.
Taonsands proclaim it the nut womlcrfol inrlg
orant that eter Jtlce4 tlm sinking sjstcm.
J1J0. hold by nil lire; cists. (llj
The Or. S. L Rictor.i titi. Ctk, Propr$-
la Clenr Meateuees, nu Aulhorllr Atld IIi
Own lo the Popntair Jatdxment.
t Jt West Tenth Street, t
Xtw Voac, Aug. It, IsKI. J
MCScts. MLlbl ux A. Joitxsox.
I am slow to pin my faith tu an newenraUre scent.
ItKNSUN'SCAI-CINK I'dllOt-S. IL ASTPlf hunnnT
Kms1 ophilon. I find it an exeeptionallj rlraalr plsmter to
use, and rpi.t ia u actio, ilsny tests of Us qualities In
luyown foiily, and smons my patients, have eonTinced
mo that there Is no otbrr siuple artUle no Talaable for
Epnur nsf, ntm mi iielpml la eaes vl Lame Jlark, Loeal
irntnation, Xtnralzis, Congest Ui of the llnmrblal
Tabes and bun's, and Lutubazo.
You mar feel free t use my name.
V ry truly Vmrs,
II. II. KAXH M. 1),
l'liTskianln-Chirfof the iVUniaey Hume.
l'riee of the UAl-CINE, 25 cents.
tValmry i Johnson, CbemlstJi, New York. llfanytw.
Ely's Cream Balm,
FOR CATARRH AND HAY FEVER.
Unrinalrd Tor Cold In the Head, Henfnrw.
Agrooable to Uso.
A THOROUGH TREATMENT WILL CURE!
Cnatu Balm lias caim-d an entisble reputation wherever
Lnuwu, )lbilaeini;sUoth4rpreparatioiM. .sml foreiren
lar rtmtainiu full inftinnatiuu anl reliaU testimonials.
ISv mail, prepaid, ."SI frnt a parksje tamps reeeivM.
NII bv all w holenlo ami retail !rntts.
lOmj tsr. ELY'S CKKAM HALM CO, Owe-o, X. Y
PARKER'S GINGER TONIC!
ONCE TESTED, ALWAYS PREFERRED.
lIihi crejt n umsI v lias on its way to the hlplirnt place
in the tsts'iu of tins munt lutetlismt people. There are
daily reernits t4 Its hwt of friemls. Its.prrffrmanre ts
BETTER THAN ITS PROMISE.
It cif t.me awl jHiw-r. ForcouipUlntsof the KUueys,
IViweK Momaeli, IM er an.1 Litnrs. fur all the subtle rrwu
hlesof omu,aiH for tlwsn UnIiH tllMtnlers Imlaeed by
anxiety, ran anl mentil strslo, its e0Vets will surprise
and clurm yu. It Is not au esseore of cinsrr. IH-Uciuus
to the palate, an aotitli to to the liquor habit, ami exeeetl
iDSlv helpful to the u.tl anil feeble. mV. ami f 1.00 sizes.
10uilw. IIImCOX a CO., New York.
FIMM UEOlttSE J HOWELL .t CO.
. AGEITt WAITED (not
A sslesmen, but reLsilers.1
in rrerr viusca ana
aty In the U&to sell oar
u CHECK CIOAE.
J fg - MamJouM Stteccu t
A Iff. OUlUkB IUT lC.
B tnstter frM Om TiruBt
saved m tne retailer.
For K5e. we will tend
6CU.SULL kllAO, ladunipoUs, InL
THE S U N 0NAE S,0N
Ifc-r.li-df'uii.u4t-x,irr4'w-d in Unzna-e that ran be on
dtMvtHait, thf ).T.n)pt-t, fulii ht awl moot ircurate intrllJ
jreufrt f vhati-rrr in tbe wido world Nwmth attention.
That i-.wl.3t Tcrb.r it unrf tu finl in anyttition of
TIIK M'X. .SobM-T.pthin; IJalLT, (I jar), Iy mail,
J3r. n mouth. tiJLO a jrar; M'xmv, (S tag,,
9I(I -r vrar WrfcKLT. (H na-e), J? I nrrtrar.
I. W. KXlil.ANK. 1'i.l.liOM-r XrvVuiLCitt.
D1VOKCK-. X.. iublirity, ri.lriil of mr State.
Ih-)wrt'n. Xon Sniimrl. Ailrirn and apnlirathma
fora Manii. V. II. LKE, Attorney. J: Itnoilmay, X. V.
Tin: state or kaxsas. ((.
Uoxirii i.'ot vrr.
Omrc op Corxrr Clcck, J
Tcot, May , lJKJ.
''s'taTOTICE ts lien by cicu, that aH-titiin was presented
i.1 tu the Kant of l'ttuiuiiKiners of Doniphan County,
Kansas, at their mretuig on the 7th day of May, lt
aiklngthit inol beectattlMosI at the following jMNiits,
ITeglnuing at the sHithe-t corner of the south-rant
inartirof sertioii fmitiTU, (tit in township four, (I) of
ranje twenty, (Ai) thence ant ine-half mile, to the
sonth-eat corner of said snath-east ijnartrrof Mettion four
teen. (It) in toii1iipfMir, (I) of raue twenty, (.3).
Wlii-rcnjion. the said lioaid of Count r Ccmimi'Miitueni ap-
SoinNtt ike folios tug nanteil pirNitns, bt: . S. Hinckley,
ohu (Mtcn, aiel Cbaihs LaIwig, an viewer, with instrue
tinnn to inert at the pUee l Iteginning. on Satnnlav,
the il day if Jnue, lrrO. aod pnceed to view saM road,
cie all prti'-s a beating, and make dne repnrt to said
Jrfiant, t tbtir sesnieii to Irebeld on the -lib day of .tune.
Ity onlrr tT the Iuid of (Vuuty CoTtmii-wiotiers.
Attest: I. . MOUSE.
May to, lN-l-tw. tnnty Clerk.
TIIK STATE tt KAXSAS. (v..
Ciiiatt CLreK'M Ornrx.
TaT. Mary 7, IcKL )
"."' I VT I f I 1 lu.H,l. nl I . n tht n (allium m-ia nraaii.1
i.TJ to the lauont of (nuaiisi'infrwof Ihtniphau County,
Kansas, at their ineuinz on the th day of May. 1-K1,
asking lliat a change and vacation of a mad 1e establtNhed
at the following Toint. to wit:
Iteginning at Miller's finds, ou Gabriel I.ranch, in the
mmth-eant uaiterof settion tenty-seTen, (JD in township
two. I-I of rac?e twentr-one. f2U rnnnla south from said
bridge nu John Lewin ea-tt line, at the foot of the LlatT, to
MSKoutn line, thence soutu tbrvuu tne nottifcaMt noarter
of section thitty-f.iur. (31) in tnwnnhip two. (2) of rinse
tsmtr-one. f'lialmiil twentv-flre ( to thirtv (301 rods
t ast i-( the present r.l, ou an old aUand(net road formrtly
usetl an the Chat teuton ,-oad nntil ft strikes the south line
of the last named aiaiter sett ion, ticm west on said line,
ronforroiugto theM rtKfL The part to be, seated tans
west front the Miller JVilz t.i thenentre of the Mnth-eat
iaiirof Motion twtnty-M-vin, t7) In township two, fit of
ranse trct.v-oiie. 2t theuro soatb leteeu the lauds of
GibfHiaaiKl John Iewtn, totte north line of the north-east
(juarterof section tMrtr-four. (34) lu township two, f-i) of
ranzetainty-one, (il) llu-nce in a sonlh-vasterly direction
to the southllae of said lat named onarter aecthin.
n-n-n;Hn. iaerti jkKini oi (.ouniy TwomrnDwioners an-
TMtlntnl the fullowinc nanieil tiersons. viz: Thnmiwnn Wr-
kcrt, Mexen Townnd. and J.C- Williams, as viewirs, with
instruction to meet tt the pL.ee uf beginnluc on KrUUr,
the let day sf June, ty-EI, and proeeed to view said road.
Cive all lailii'i a ln-ariar, anI make dne report to said
Ibsinl, at thf'tr session to W Inidon the 4th day of Jane,
Hr ordt r of rnl of County Cofumissioneria.
Attest. I). W. MORSE,
Mar to. I"1-lw. CountyCIerk.
Flour, Corn Meal, and Meat.
OFFICE KANSAS STATE PENITEXTIAKV
Lwxxg, KassjLS, Hay 13, 1-ra.
CJKALEIi I'J.fjmSALS will W receireI at this offire,
r3 until lOn'rbiek. June 7th, ij. fwra'emt'rjil.oO'lpminiln
ofciNl XXXX Fk-ar, to 1 nude from the be4 fall wheat.
anl a gml an now used at the prison: and to be delivered
In sarks or barrels in tin prison jard. Sample of same
want be sabmitted with earn bid. lourran tedebTered
In car load lots, as required for use.
Al., seall pn.'poan fc about 1S.KM imnads of Corn
"ileal of an gi-l ijnalitya now tnwil In the prison, and
Mnered In ekst tianels in thepriNon yanL Sample
of same runut le sahnnttM with eah UH, Corn meal can
be drhtrred at the rate of a,;) jmmiihIs per mth.
At the same time, nealeil propuftals will liereeelreil foe
fneninhing sufficient Firshlteef to feed all the eon virtsantt
employee, nomltering almut nsi. (about WO pound per
day,! to le deliverel daily, as dirertel by the Warden.
Contract to commence Jnly ti 13. ami to eootinoe until
July ti, 1-et. In a-UUlon to Fresh Beef, the contractor
wiube required to fnrnih almt W ponntts of Fork. Mut
ton. Veal ir Lamb snfncirnt to supply the employee
table three days each week, durinrenotinaaaee of contract.
All meat to be one nric. antl of the best onalitv. aud snh-
Jeet to the acceptance of the Warden at the time of delive
ry, lieeres ia ronsiai i tne iar jaaner or tne same aal- ;
and trimmed, as f4Jww: Focr-naarter to be eat off six
inches above the knee-jlut, ami the neek at the fourth
vertebral fctlnt from the khoaldert hJad-naarter tnheent
off four f nehes aliove tl-e & k joint, ami to contain all the
I'avment on the aboie contracts to be made on the IrHh
f each month sueecediag the one In which supplies anp
A cheek, draft, r eertifleate of deposit (or Jfl0 ran! se
company eawh propiul, as security that contract will be
entered into If award in nude.
A bond, with t wo acceptable aareUes, will toe renalred.
In the sum of U1, for the faithful performance f the
TherlzM tnreMrTved to reject aav or all bids, ami bid
ders are reiuett to be present at the opening t bhls. at
lOo'ih-ck. A. IU Jane 7th. 1--0.
Vortbrr partiralart farnUbett. on application t thin
Bv order of the Board of D.rerf r.
i(ayl7, 1-eT-lw. W C JOXES, Warden.
St Joseph & Western Railroad Co.
Notice to Stockholders.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tfaeSL Joseph A West
era Bailmad Company will be held at the office of this
Company, at Etwood. h in vis, on Tbnrsday. the llth day
of Jane. 1--3, st IOo'ctock. A. M, for the elect loo of Direc
tvn, and fer the traanactian of aay other business that
mav property come oeiore me meeruig.
The transfer books of the Company wHl be cSosed on the
Hth of May, and re-opened on the ltb of Jane.
JAMES M. HAM.
May 1, 1-3-tJ. AaUUat berretary.
Eate sf John IL Whitaker, Deceased.
ON the eth day of May. 133, the nadertigned- was
sppuiated. by the Probate Court of Doniphan County.
Kansas. Administratrix of the Etateof John IL Whitaker.
deceased. All ptnons Indebted to said Estate. wtQ make
fanmediate payment to the undersigned; and those harm
claims against the Estate, will present the same, as reuuirea
Troy, Kansas. Mav , lwCL
MAkf J. WIIITAKEB, Adminiatratris.
May 10. l(SWw. Pr's fee," !
r fn ?9n K day t borne. Samples worth 13 freo
' Ad.lr;iTTOKnrronIaiiJ.Mjh.. I
JTaeprieeof the toQowlag orgsa has .Wen a-ltaseed to
9V3 since lasertbis this clcrn4rr
27Gtopf, 10 Cots Rced, S90
The JanM Hrrthoczu Umjk tnr
27 Mops, J O t J;ccts.
PRICE ONLY S90M-
Order, rr Itegis'ered Le'tcr. tixisl and rfc-ppe
wtthoataltonifitt alVtiy. r-Ujry rucnlnjtday
' and night. Organs bnllt a cU plan. $a). f a,sa.a
to It stops. C'afa'ajrt'e ree. adJrrsor ct cox.
P1SIEL F. EAriT, TTaiUsetoa, Vtv Itrse
Morris Listing Harrow !
A New Implement for t'uIUvating List
ed Com, when very Smnil.
It pulverizes the sail, rieslrM the small
weeds In the raw, nad ibraw line dirl the
Krerr far usee wbs list earn, shauld hare
ae. A bay rnn faaadle ane with eae
11)11 SALE IIV
V. II. sn.wv a rn n'hit,. rwi.1 . rilKPl-ftric .1 I
HILL, lliaaatba: COLLINS i. iIO)l:!IE.lll. Sabrlba.
E.P. L.VUUAN. Fall, Citl: ami MOKKIS i. I1LCM,
AM ,f. .f. MORRIS,
aiaprtw. IICIIIUILHT. NEIi.
rMilmttidj OMVt mUliriT .
term Twine Rradnr I
JJUUXxllCk J. 11 XIX U JJlXlliUX
The I. 'slit rM .riifl.
The N!mplrf nml the
.11 ot llumlile Miiehf lie .TImle.
Diirin-llm j.a-1 jar. ttio HKEHIXf! IIAKVESTEI'S
AX1 ItlXIIKlLS in Unniptian Countr rut uiorr Ibnn
:i.OOO nerr f crnln. withmit any fwritKu brvaV.
down, ami therot Winonly fi.T5fr eitra. There nrvr
haa tm-n a llintlrr that ha won ttncli unlrrnul favor ant he
Dvrrin;. ItauiMTior ffatorenara rrconizFil m mmtn a
arc-ii, and the mot rDthniaatie rndotwroent arr srt-n it
by tirmm who bare umi th IWrin- In thf firld. That
I! has pjyea Most Complete Satisfaction,
UrriiKisl fiom ttir fact that njt isr wrd f rcmitaint Lu
bt-fn tuadrasaannt it Sitnnl MarbiQnt, Twiim" anl Kx
traiat Mrvrrnnrr and lValbrno.
H. FOLEY & SONS. Agents.
April 1! 1
rIo !ie I.'cllej"..
MRS. M. R DAVIS'
DRESS-MAKING MADE EASY,
CONSISTS of mi pieees lUck, Front, MeeYC. lirt.
Spnng Kule. Sjoare Kule, a tajw measure, an.1 a liunk
of IhrectHins. Cuts all kinds of garments for ladies and
ehDdrrn. fnm the largest to the smallest sizes. It in the
most perfect fitting of any system of rut tins ever invented,
and njt so couiplicaU-! but that an onecaucnt bv it.
Printed on bearr, touzh eherk. it will Lut a hmg time.
Erery tatly shiitild hae one. nt to anr address, ia re-
ceiDtoi nnee, 7f,
perlal tadun-ments oft-red to Ad
rent j. Write for trim.
.tIKM. 31- i:. IAIN,
While CUad, Hata.
March , lr;5W.ni.
Xoticc by Publication.
In the District Court of the Second JndirLtl Imdri t of tho
State of Kansas, In and fr Iioniphaii Cwtinty
Jane Dawson, i
lube 11a Cadiuore.
(By her next friend,
J j ne Jones,
Bv ber next frit-nil.
Lett Jone.) i I'laifitilT-
Kit fun Morrow,
I'harles Morrow, Jr .
rt sties Jones,
' Elizabeth Smith, and
THE above named defendants will take notice, thai they
have been sued by the above named plaintiff in the
Uiatrict Court or the Keeond Jn.licUl Dmtrirt, within and
fur Doniphan County. Mate f Kansan, and that thev must
answer or demur to the petition Hied szanrnt them in said
District Court by the said plaintiff, on or befiire tho fir.t
day of August, A. D. 133. or said petition will be taken an
true, sad Judgment rrndrred. decreetux that the f.!lwin
desentett real eslate.to wit: the north half 1 0 of the north
east qaarter (1) of section twenty-three, (23 in township
four, (t) of ranjio twenty-one, ril) antl the nrth-west quar
ter (J) of section fifteen. (13) In township fonr, (J) or ranze
twentr-one. i2l) ami the west half ( of the north-rant
quarter (It of section tblttr six, f3) In township fonr. (t) j
ian.Fuiur4rru,iaim ip(jriri fiii ui iue ihitiu
naiiiiioi lot iuur. ij ot iim Matiia-t quarter (t of sec-
tion nineteen. (19) in townithip fiinr, (1) of range twrntt-
i-j.2ic.m!finin? in.u ihrr. hBjri.i itjr n.r i
1321,1 're, all in Ihininhin Ijtitnle Sfafi. nl kinui ! .
partitioneil among the plaintiffs and defendants, sn their
iDicresin in ine rsiaie oi .anry nawiey, 4irceasci, may
appear: and if said land cann.t le iiartitionnl without
manifest injury, that it le soM. and the proceed arising
therefrom be paid to the plaintiffs ami defendants, as their
Interests in the estate of the afreaid Nancy llawlev may
appear. DOXIFIIAX A BEED.
Attorney foe I'laiatinV
April TJ6, l-Wir. IV fee, f&.
THE STATE f)F KANSAS, Ic
COUNTY OF DOXII'UAX. J?x
In the District Court of Doniphan County, State tf Kan-,
Wflliam (lillen, rUinUff.
K. lIMrCsl-. jDcfemlaaL
NOTICE I hereby gUen, that I wtll offer for sale at
pnUicauclHn,iorca)h,atthelMurof3o'rlork; I. M..
O tkf iHA dag of Jimc, A. D. leJ,
at the north floor of the Conrt House, In the City of Trov. in
Doniphan Countv, State of Kansas, the f41owing described
realeatate. to wit:
The south half of the south west quarter of the north
east quarter of section twenty-two. fin in township four.
(I) of range nineteen, (19) In Doniphan (onnty. State of
Taken a the propertv or II. E. MrCalie, and offrird fur
sale to the hlsbeht bidder f.r cab, to atisfy a certain
lodgment and costs, now of reeonl In the I festnet Conrt for
lionfphan Countv, In tbeStateof Kansas, in which WUliatn
ttillen was plaintiff, and II. E. McCabe wasiUfendant.
(ilren under my hand, thin 1st day of May, A. IK t-O.
'. (i BAILEV.
Slieriff of Dimiphan CvuntT.
May 3, Ih3-2w.
IT ire, fia.
THE STATE OP KANSAS. lCl.
COCXTY OK IXJXIWIAX. J
Iu the DUtrirt Conrt fDuoii4ian County. Mule f Kansas.
t erdinand Westheimer
ami Jianlel Aberle,
Partners doing business in the
firm name of
V. Westheimer A Company,
Benjamin Tracy and
Ann a racy.
jrkTOTirE is bereby given, that I will offer for ssle, at
.w imiMir auction, iorcsMi,ai ine noaroixoci
On tic let dag Je, J. . KX,
at the north d-oc of the Court Hajose, In the City of Tror, in
lAMupoaa Looniy, rnaie si fianivi, ine naiownrg aenrnbeat
real estate, to wit:
AU of Lots number Are (S) and sit. (" la Block number
ten, (10) and Lot number nine, (9) in Blurk number nine,
(9) all la the town of Iowa I'oiat, In the County of Ioni
pban. and State of Kamts.
Taken aa the properly of Beniamla Tracy antl Ann Tea.
ey. and offered for safe to the highest bidder for cah. to
satisfy a certain (adgment anil rot asaiat Benlamin Tra
cy, now ot lecord In tbo District Court fr Dompban Coun
ty, la the State of Kansas, in which F, Westheimer & Co.
were plaintiffs, ami Benjamin Tracy and Ana Tracy were
Glren under my hand, thlnttb day of May. A. D. 1CL
X. C. BAILET,
Sbenff of Doniphan County.
T. W. llruTLXT. Attorney fr Plaiatiffs.
Msy 17. lfKl-iw. IV for. flTO.
Etste sf rXaanah McCarty, Deceased.
ON tbo 53d day sf April. 1H3, the nadersigned wa
appointed, by the Probate Court of Doniphan County,
Kansas, AdminWrator sf the Eate of Itaanab MeCarty.
dMeased, Ute of said Countv. AH persons indebted to ssM
Eatate. will make hwmediate rovment to the Bndersb?ned
and Uwns harms rjafms against the Estate, wID presect tho
ssmo, as required by law.
Troy, Kana, Apt. I L t-KL
JAMES MrCARTr, Administrator.
April to, 1. Pr's fee. X
County Board orEqualization.
THE STATE OP KANSAS f w
Ottxt or Cocstt Currx,
Trtov, May - l-vci.
NOTICE Is hereby giTcn. that the Board of County Cn
missimers of Doniphan County. Kansas, will meet as
a Board of Equalisation, at the office, ef tbo Countv Clerk I
of sail County, on Monday, the 1tb day of Jane, li3, lac I
the ntTTots of eoualuin thevalaeof neraonal nronertr.
and any and all penwns feeling tbemselres sggrieved. can
annear and have all errors la their rstarna eorreeted. a
jnstica and equity may demand.
ClRR a week is fecr ,ws Ufwn. Terma aad IS ontt
IPOO fir,. .aanaaH.!LuiXTTatCOL.Portlait.Ua!ae.
" '--.--T. T1
SMf jslKbsjvj Hardware
I'C('II I. ATTESTIOJI I CILLCD TO Tilt: .EV
"ESTERLEY" TWINE BINDER!
The Simplest, Lightest Draft, and I.atet Improveil Twine Hinder made. Da not le fuoletl by ttie
old tylM ami heavy draft, lint coins and examine the latest improvement- in Binder.
BUGGIES .A.:VS SJPR-jrVC WAGOIVS
of evi:i:y btvi.k amj piiici:.
CP- SPECIAL. "Wasliburn & Moen best Binder "Wire, at 10c. per lb.,
cash. Manilla Binder Twine, very best grade made. 19.1c. per lb., cash.
Hemp Binder Twine, 16c. per lb., cash.
Atchis., Kau, Jlay 10, l;i3.
J. S. B Y BBS,
Gmn Emt, 3ii.M Strtet, &m& rnbllf Spm.
TItOV, s : : : : K.1SS4S. ,
UEvVKlSIl IX KIIIJ-iT CLASS
And a General Aoortment cf
I ALL KINDS OF GDTTERKS AND EEPAfflNG EONE.
Alao, alwaja ki on Last! a rr.niU-te .UkI of
TT1 I I i-i TVTTT'TT'R TT!
-"f , TTT-- JV ---' JC-JJ-
WtoM r.lfu'.l.t call to tb anmu.n of lb pul.lir jwn-
mllt tbaf wo bai j Urv- aci! aril i-I-f",I .til. of
AlA r jwrjuiml to ,timib all LinU .
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, &c
At i'tur which wtll df; rotuiM-titiint.
nSHlKCLES A SPECIALTY-
1 ! and Mf on it uiit itliir iii
MAIN STREET, VHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
and w wiU dn ymi -nod
iu. i-. 1-.1. tv. si. roit.xuiooi. A o.
One Door XorlM of siinrlnir Drnj Mre,
JUrrli S lr.-3.
TO THE LADIES
OF TROY AND VICINITY.
HavjiirerntIvcome t Tn. fca bught the Milliner
Main Street, Xnrt limr in Slnchitr" Ilrutj . -re,
where she Intends to carrv on flrst-cla.n MILLIXECV
and DBE.MAKIN(. an far an deiured 1 Iter patron.
She will al hare on hand LACES, CIM.LAI'H, lilMU'S,
TIES, SWITCHES, ZEFIIV1-H. HtJOI" SKIUTS, and
other thmzs uaalic keor la a Millmr Stor
All order prompt h attemleil in. t.-vlien pleatte faror
i( will ia u.
Xv lrt lf-i
HOW LOST, HOW" EESIOEED!
Jnt puhlmbed a new edition .f IJr. Cnlvcrvtcll
clebrnteil Kmnf on tlie rndmt ever of SntUHiTOK
KlKXJL or Seminal Weakness. nrtJautary St-minal Jses,
InroTESiT. Mental ami Pleural Inrapaitr. Impediment
to Marriage, etc . alto. tI nrrinv, l"nixrT and Frr,
indncel by self Iodal;enrr r exral extrarcrance, Lc.
Theflebratnt anthtir in thu admirable Essay, cleatlv
demonxtrateM, trom a thirtv Team' sucervful practice, that
the alarming unie(nences ef Melfabuso mav be rwlirally
cured : imtinont a n-aodeof cure at ome iniple, certain,
ami eflcrtnjk lV mean -f wbn h everv unfferer. tr matter
wliat hinoMidituo may It laav cure h'mielf rfaesplT pri
vstelv. ami radienttif.
"5" TbU Ltrture slioukl be ia the hand of cicr. oulh
atet every man in the land.
Sent nndrr-vaL in apbin eniehipe, toanvaddtrs pt
pfl-f. onTeeeiptof xixrrntniar tvra postage Xa.iaK
THE CULViiiVlXL MEDICAL CO
XI Ann Ml . Xetr Voalt. V. V.t
Imrht-Iy F.iM O'ln e Bui J.T0.
Wean 1 IllU? tlie IillbtU IQj
i Liucr ,
ni If it n I
riano Harvester zm I wine Binder,
New "Warrior Mower.
The Mover al Bmd'r sobl tal r ere Hii-ritr to
all other in u-e ta IiiiUan 4 n.mt. iurliulln? the M
Cormirk Drennx. ami lHiiVir. antl a number of farmer j
In tho virimlT or Severance, after seeing ear machine, i
We aUi sen other Agncnltural I tn piemen t."ueh an '
Planters, Colttyators, Ciisck Rowers, Listers, i
.... ' '
ele . allot the mont improve-t patterns ami crf mak- t
Implement House at Severance, Kansas.
Sample of Mower and Binder will be kept at Henry
ia.ui4 ii h"u m"4s m aiv
ROBS &. LOVELACE.
Now hare tk largest and best stw k in their Car rrrr kept
In IhU pait of the Count t Thej hate
Hardware, Cutlery, Nails, Stoves,
Chlr. STaKiag which are the Gat land Bje Banter ami
Inrlndmg manufacturing and repairing of all kbwlsaf Tin
ware TIN KOjFI.V! AXD SrOlTIXC A SPECI.ILTT.
Also Tcee? th KitcTicIl T7agoa, tad Coortlaxd Spring
Call sad so c, a wo will not bs nmlerw!d In thi coon
trr. trIOII Or .TIOVKK.
Leona, Kamu, Nov. tn, 1"2.
Mfc ill ORGAN CO,
l VAST llth ST., (ralsa v,ire,?
Hare Introduced ivrkovcsurrs or Anurra rsacncaL
TAIl E during tha Lv year than In any eioialar perinj since
thsiatrwluttioasf the Amercan Organ by them, twenty
years ago, and are now recriria from their factories organs
ectraeisn nca.rirrrTAXDExruxucKajrriits.s which
Bjls sxroEX airs raObtxxT ami certainly worthy to bo
ranked with tux vtai ruitsi kcticjil issTtrjirtrrs a ivx
WOSLUi net ctuh. price, $213, fXtO. tKO, fJW, t-, ST0,
130, , and r0.
POPULAU STTLKS, I BcJeding the Bvt valaable of tho
recent isproremesta, and aiiptrd t4 all nes, la plain or
tin tltA to r3M and up.
MASON A HAMLIN ORGANS are awanled tte only
mceUT xoal fur laramcct f thi class. Earonean sr
Amcriean, at tho GKCAT ITALIAN IXDCSTEIAL EX-
HICIT10N recently closed at MfUY; and hare ukea the
mcnE-ST IIONOCS AT EVEUr ONE oT the caxar
WOELD'S UDCSTEUL XXKXTTtOX tM Ftt CTUCt TE1ES, tciisy
tAc akbf A mcricam Orjamc mkieA l9e take ck ml amy.
Sold al-o fjr EAST PAYMENT?V or an organ will bo
rented nnta the rent pays for It. JLLCSTEATED CAT
AL0GUE3, descrihiag atosr -max ooc hutdczd arTixs,
with net prices and fall particulars, FREE. (23mr.h?2.
Estate of Nathan Price, Deceased.
Uth a. .f Anrtl 1-T flu RMtnj
ON the Hth imy of April -. the nndcrsi-ned was
arraoictcd. bv tho Pnlbate Conrt of Daninhan Countr.
sppoictcd. by the Prvbate Conrt of Doniphan County,
..... :.. .(. . .. v..i ui
Kansas. Admubtfrator of the Ftate ef Nathan Price.
UteafaaiJOinitr. All otnuna fnlaated taaaU
Cute, vol talk. lmiBMliax najM-Bt t. the eaderalzned:
and ttu4 haTlscLabca acalut the E-tab. ill pirrst
tb. aim. far allawaaee. aa tw;Bliwi br law.
Trar, Kanj. Mar I. lO.
THOMAS tST. IIEATLET Xlaiuiatnlar.
tfirrn A WEEK. tlSadavMhemeeasilrniadsv Costlr
4 A Outfit free. Address Tarx.A Ox, AagustaTalalae.
,rt U- 11
Ao a-, "xumiixn.
BO DEE, BROS.,
SOHTIMVEST cornr of tb VttWic Squrr, Tror. Ku
ftM. Lata Bwnry. ba notn. wll cxrhaoe on princi-
( II rilirfl. sntl rvTMTe IVpuMitd.
BANKING HOUSE OF A. P0TJ1ET,
I WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
Crnrral BnnklaK baainra lrilMarlr4.
BUSSING & LEWIS.
1JIIYMCIAXS AXD SUCIJEOSS, IllihUnJ, K.nv...
W1 in tiaiMio fonmrlr nrmpiM by Ir. J. S. A
I "4- I0miKI.
J. C. MYERS.
TSI0EXT DENTIST, Troy. Kuuuu. rrompt ...
-&& tralitm jdTrn ta all branrha of tb profrulun, . (KBte
A tfi tnAntta
Cloud en Ibe foartb Uondaj o rarh ntontb.
I W. B. CAMPBELL,
PIITS1CIAX AND SUniiEOX. Ttoj. Kaaaa. Offl.
In Lnaba!ln'a onUJioc, wrat aMa af rabllo Square.
I n. alalia. mU.
R. S. DINSMORE,
PnTSICIAX AND SCKfiEOX. rri-trunToffrr. tut
in)fnMinnl urtrtt to tht citlirtut of Troy and tar
roanJms rooatrr. OlGoe vnc Joor aonth t I.jrrV Han!
WILLIAM ir. COE, M. D
PIIVSICIAX AND SL'KC.EON", PuoipLan, Kaoua.
DK. I. M. BENNETT.
RCSIDKNT HEXTIST. S-vtw., Kan. Office
ore r Cnrtis JL Franklin Ira Storv. I will wit pu
IKrMs4 within twratr mil. Work ow-d nlv to le wn
1 iowppnMii. iud?mo tfiemce. au work war
1 rautnl I. 1. ttu it. iirt-lj.
A TTOnXEV AT 1VX, Troy, Kana. Oflir with
B. A. SEAVER.
A TTDIINEV AT LW. axu CODSTT ATTOBXEV
-4. OCirein L'onrl IIm.. Tntr. Kanua. IUanI.
. L fct.l. c. t. wood.
IIYAN & WOOD,
A TTonxnTS AT LAW. Troy. Kani. Otn Brat
a. ibwr iHTth vl llook, np Htaira. lJan'i.
nr. P. WEIUt. XORT. niLB.lxH
WEBB & WILKINSON,
4 TTDHNEVS AT LAW, Tror. Kaiua. OIW .,
1 A- Wn liu.tltk A. KrrrkrarUlp'a alntv.
iJr. bl will br in Troy Kthlay ami Satunlar t aae
wrt-L, until a, rrmuvra brro penuanrotlj. loascbM.
S. L. RTAN.
VTTORXKV AT L.VW. ANU ILEAL ESTATE AS1)
1 llarti a apcrialtjr. IImM).
N. B. WOOD,
A JJOIOSSX AXI rOUXSEUIB AT LAW, Tt.r
-.U. Kaunas 3jiui.
THOS. W. HEATLEY.
VTTOIIXKV AT LAW AXU XtlTAttr mOLII
Oairt la lLrl'Miit HtMi. Truv. Kanaaa.
A TTJ'l'KV AT LAW. Tn.y. Kasaaa. Offlo. .nib
xa. ailet.f I'ubhc Suatc SjanTJ.
FKANKLTN DAB COCK.
TTIIUNEV AT LAW. TtT. Kanuit WiU prartlr.
-: V in thr iwTrral Cuarla of th. ut4. 3frbTC
PIERCE & HEATH.
4 TTOUXETS AT LAV. Will practice In Atchison.
I -t- Jrflernon. Doniphan, ami adjeunnz Counties. (HB
eormrtta ami Commercial Streets, over Wsber'a, Atchi
I aon, Kansas. tJaneTH.
T. II. DUENNING,
, A TTtinXEY AT LAW. Wathena. Kansas. All legs
( -. botaes.n will be carefully attended to. 9an76.
J. A. CAMPBEZX "
! "VTAHV I'UBLIC, Sevrrance. Kansas. CoUectia
I Al done. anI remittances promptly made. Deeds, Mori-
raze, and other Inslrunientn of writing properly drawn.
Business soliriteil. lbfrb
R. M. WILLIABIS,
CI.LI(? CUSVr.VAVriT ivn t-rit.
Eittate AcrnL White Cloud, Kansan. Taxes paid fr
renidcntn. unds tiratraL anil lMkr rsl autaiA n,.!-
at reawonabh rates. 9mch7l.
4 CCTIOXEER, Troy, Kan-as. Will atleml i
'U11' of ih tounly. Cbargra reasonable
IT LEADS THE WORLD!
T1 fr-4 iT; "fm .'f"t TnT-'fri
I aUuseil the (SCNVIXE SIXOEBand IK)MESTIC
IW. at t.Mthrrr, on. mit. anntb of Trtir.
llartb I n-j J il MATS AHD. Aunt.
Ui dam, Fannlo King,
by Bi g Boston 1 9d dam.
Sue Hartley, by CJ azau j
It dam, tirownsy. by
Imp.BJchard: 4th dam,
Meg Du.M, by Sir
Archcy. Will find re.
malndernf pedlgreo In
laroce' btud Book, 3d
rolsme. His eolU ars
cf fine alae. aud good
bred hscw will make
the esson sf ItffJ st T,
J. McCiesry'a, Ubrb.
land, at Hi to Insure
mares with fosL Oood
emre will La hl-M
lZJt mares from- dite
t& -rt&Zrcm-tm bn,t. . reopoosibUlty
,. .! eeg ill Uassnaied for ac-
,, , iTT. ekient st escape.
Money dae February !t, !, or when mars U narted
with or remnrtwl 'mm (Iu, st
The Thoroughbred Horse,
Will be kept th prtent seawn. runmencin: Brst week la
Ataril, as follows: Mondars. Tuesdars and WedneMavs
of each week, at nijchland SUtion; 'Thursdays. Fridavs
and Sstnnlaya, at Fannin.
TEBMSSinsIe service l; to insure, fit. payablo
when the fart 1 ascertained, or tbo mare disposed ef. 1
shall not be responib! for any accidents to mares, bat
imu MB ait inmnw ran v prTIFm aOV.
PEDUiBEEAXD DESCIXIPTIONBobln Hood U 8
year old tb llth of May, dark bay color. 17 hands hick.
wet2bt 1600 poaod ; sired by Yosag Bobla Hood, a be.
tifal dapple bay. U bands hfgb, and weiebiag I TOO ponada.
Ill coll inherit la a striking decree his macninerat and
kind dUpoaiUon. They are Invariably black sr bay tn
color, lie was bred In Canada, from a I'ercheron mare,
wei-hlns 1790 pounds. Imported from France in 18G0. She
was aired bv Obi Napoleon, w hose weight wss 1930 pound.
Yowng Kobln Hood was sired by the celebrated staUJosv
Old Itwbln Hond, who wasout siablscknui the proper,
trof Mr. W. Jordan. Low lbTtaorpe. nesr Boriiagftoa
Yorkshire. She took tho first prixe several times at the
Yorkshire and Llacolnsblro Agrtcnltarsl Meetlaxa, open
to all England, fur bIng tho bet brood mar In Eaglaad
for breeding horse for sgricultaral parposes. fans was
cot br Black AcUre. the tnrrrtT of Mr. T. Poed.u
Jr Hehon. OV1 Eobia Ifoott was rot by Old BUcklecs
dam by Little Jcba. grand dam bv Old Heart of Oak.
vmcrum. ....niiADLCi, 'rroprVftfir,
J. W. PRY,
Will, hara Gaoeta Cewmlaakia Sieek Sale, eo laa.
J SatonlaT at nth malk, at ScTrraarr, brria
issatlS.VIuk. JulL Xeit 8ala win U
SJi'rcEDAr, scxe a. i.
Oanmliatima reaaooaalf aiwl enabaa aolirttnL Paraaata
frw a dfeunee wlafatBZ abvk al. ran alitaia paatu, Bca
UweitjMieaaauMelrnaa. Win atid aalea tlirejo.t
t&. fusBtri, when lUahrd.
J hare im nm lan Um ut bwl fn TVmlnaaa. Bnaa
wu im.xmL u mil r. i iiiii h.iii
in. part fmproTMl
Carma, and part neaat laiaL roe ranter
J. W. PBT,
Anctionosr and Stock Brofc.r.
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