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Thursday, : : : : May 31, 1SS3.
Thi Y.lr.eIjiV) i Hit .lay art apart fl-rilcc-oratti.g
... rmi of llifc nlm died loMivelhe
lTii.mi. In iltri.miul-..if .iiir, town, Iianilets,
and .i.nntry grim-janl1, in III North a nl part
of tlii Sintli( tt will 1m filMrvil an a holiday,
and thf people will anvnihle to trrw flowers on
tbegraf Ilio" nlm foaght iintler the starry
flag1. Thesr rarnar nmiiWrri. l.y the ten of
thon-aiids; and they inrreae jwr after year,
an the worn .lentim -ln-p ir. Tlir population
of IIm- yiave liner dt-rn-awH it glow tiaMlily
and Mirely, ei.r l.y .ar. Tli patriotism of
thof ilm reiiiaim! at l.m itiiut nut le iiiu.fr-valui-d;
fur tJ.ey taixil the rup, f..ruiIieM the
moiir, prmidi-d the auppHi-tt, and IooLhI after
tli uitrreM in th- rear, without wlmli, the
armi in the fi-U uiuhl tia.eler?:i ntrept away.
Hilt the aa lit.-,-, llir pri.atiou, the tlaiigrr, the
luirdnhijit itn.l MiSViiitt were for those bo
went to the war. IVrhapn fen men, ulieu they
goto'nar, ralrnlate that Ihey will 1 ninnii
thokilleil: jrt rver laan .I.iriiliti, takes hi
life in hi1 hand, and Liimti. not what day or
hour he may In anion; the ulaiu. There in no
reanonahle certainty fur the future to the man
who (,'im'm to war. It i lineman f.ir Mm to ralrn
late a da aheadf fur hi life i a rmihtaut nfler.
itiff. and may le iTemaiidetl at aiy motneiit. II!
action, hit jn-puhi, hi existence are not hi
own ; he mutt move promptly a directed, with
out even the riht of -If-j,rt--r.atioii, or to
avoid danger ami death. Thoo are the men
who nil the grate, and are daily ruaVing new
ones, to !e deeorated with tlonem on eacli .Oib
Unt thrn is Momethin Iiettrr and of more
conHeqiienee than decorating graves. Thi cm.
lint little, and reipiire hut a few honr tihie,
and need not U outittetl in order to do that let
ter thing. There are thointaud of soldier Mill
among uh mhiic maimed and wounded, nomc
AiinVring from the etiectK of exposure and ilis
ea.v, all gmwingohl, and the iotiriaitieaof age,
added to Hiom of hanlshipt, creeping npon them.
TJiere are the widow and orphan of those who
died for the country. Many of theae. are provid
ed against want; hut none of them receive, too
lunch, while ery many, from ratine, liejom.
their control, are jet without the pittance of a
pension. I it not better to make all these men
romfortahle nmv, and j-erhap prolong their
live, than to let them die in poverty and want,
and then honor their memory hy scattering tlow-ero-ier
their guven? Ixt full jnitit-e 1ms dime
the liting. n well an honon lrft"wcd upon the
dead. It is hut a mockery to the soldier who in
living in pcnur, to know that when ho is dead,
hi grave will In deturjttd, according to fomial
regulation, on the :&th ofcach Ma.
Let e.rry In t tig siddier hai; a (m-iimou in pro
portion to his needs and dctcrtx, rather than de
prive uu desT".ing lutily one of his right, be
cause it ha got Iteymid his Niwer to produce
certain witnesses and evidence required hy -tahhslird
rule and regulation. The dead do
not need any attention., and would not miss
them. It is all done for effect upon the living,
at best. The soldiers who jet lie are the ones
who need and can appreciate attention. Do
not wait until they are dead, and then waste
the money and yii.pat!j they need, on their
Till. Ci.ors Kant. During the last week, we
had an opportunity to mm, the country through
tcntral Illiiio.4 ami Indiana, anil wentern Ohio.
In all these sections, although 4he Reaou is
backward at in Kansas, there hae 1h?ii ahimd
uut rain, and i rojis pioiniM well. Central Il
linois looks finely, and crop fmorahle, although
it is said that wheat will lie a failnre in the
Miuthern part of the State. Central Illinois is a
beautiful country, except that it is too level.
Central Indiana is more rolling, and is a timlier
country. It look fresh and flourishing, and we
heard persons say that in tl.OKotith-eastcrn part
of the Mate, thre never win a !etter prospect
J tut for a huely cuntry, commend us to West
ern Ohio ami Intern Indiana, embracing tho
Miami and Whitewater Valley. The green,
wooded clojtes, covered with lduegra, specked
with white clour ami dandelions, -with iinmer
ons ''creeks and ' branches," tho clear water
tippling mer iehhly ImnIs, make anight refresh
ing to the ei. The si'asoti was about the name
as here. Soiuecom is up, oino not yet nprouti'd,
while some i yet to plant. Wheat is farther
ndvauclicd than here, and pruiies a gmxl crop.
Itarley is jointing, and in sttme places heading.
They had a heavy snow-storm on Monday of last
week, which, had it not melted a it fell, would
have made fully six inches of snow on the
ground, lint it was not followed by cold Mifti
cieut to frce?e anything, and there had lu-en no
hilling frosts. The barley was beaten down by
the weight of the imw, aud it is thought to In
somewhat damaged in that way, hut thre has
leen no other had result.
Ink AT IIomk. The paiwp throughout the j
North are very ecre in their deunuciatious of
thejnty that ae(uitted (oiigreMtiianTliotiip!Mn, !
of Kentucky, of the charge of murder. lu fact, J
11 f.iorile topic has lerii the insecurity of life at '
the Smth, and the diflirulty in necuriug the j
contictioiiiif murdciers,csMviaIly in Kentucky.
Now, from what we hale wen rud hcanl of, we ,
would a S4M.H iik the South a llteNorth. The '
litter has no right to put on airs. If Thomp- j
koii'h defens wa eoin-t t. and the jury Ncruieil '
to think it wa. tli was justifiable in killing J
hi nun. At erx nearly the kiiiio time as the
Thompson ttial, Jeie. Ihutn, a Chicago lough.
wa- tried lor the miM-M.nhUiI murder of Elliott, i
Ditmi wjts 3(uitted. and his asiiatc roughs
haxe Mine u-tii tiasiing him. anil entry ing mi ;
til a sth- Ili.it is disgijtcfiil to :iuy community.
Iook at llie ii lent atiiutl;il of Dukes, in IVnn-M-Iatna,
v ho deliU rately murdered the man
whose daughter he had mined. ImiU right at
home heie in Douiph.ui County, where it is only
n few year since a cobblibNidl murderer wan
mtimlled, who Martcd ut to lommit murder,
aud accomplished hi- object. Itn-thrcu. let ns
not Ijiiii'1.1 too boidty oi-r llo- state of MH-ielv
ill the s,oith.
Tin; INim: am Ii:h.i. The Poji.- has riea
ted a t-oiiiuiotion among the Irish. It Nt-entsthat
Mr. TariM-ll, in his efforts in behalf of Ireland,
has lieiome bankrupt, and the Irish were raising
contributions for his relief. The priests were
nrtm in this work. The Pope has issued a cir
cular foibidding the prtes- taking any part in
1hiswork,or ienuittiiig it to ln done in the
churches. This has almost caused a revolt iu
the church. Many leading Irishmen advocate a
refiial to contribute "Petir's nee," a contrt
butiotyraised in all the churches, which const j.
tntes a personal fund of llo Poje. They charge
that the Pope has Wen iulliienced Iiy Knglih
enemies of Ireland, and has done this in order
to gain fjor with the Kuglish aristorracy.
However, there are two sides to the story. Those
who side w itli the l'ope, say that he is leterm
ined to enforce the principle of non-iutrrference
in State a flairs by the church, and that this Par
nell liusitios in a political matter entirely, and
the clergy annot W permitted to meddle in it.
G? It Wcomci more and more evident that
the DenuH-racy are going to hac tnuible with
the tarirt'estioa, and are preparing to take a
position on it to dereie somebody. They are
afraid of the Irish. Tree Trade ts the faxorite
policy of Kuglaud, and is one of the means hv
which Ireland has Wen iuioverished; there
fore, the Irish are showing signs that they will
stand no more free trade f.mlij-hurv. It i pro
K)8e.l that the IViuocracy make their platform
favor a tariff for rectmc, leaingout the word
"only," mi that they can offer it in a hhape to
Miit all tastes. Wonder if they think people
will be fooled mi easily, next yearf Tlie Ke
puhlican platfotm, on thiijnetion, wilt mean
one thing, and ntllexpresa it m plainly that no
explanations will le necessary.
t& Welts ter defines chew to be to rnminite;
to nieilitate. From the way Hully Itrookes, of
the Enttrpri, dnells and harp upon diaper it
in evident that he has found palatable morsel
to chew Well, we hate no right to dictate as
to his taste; but we wish b would turn his
head the other way, when he want to spit.
V$ Sid. Clarke proclaims it as his deliWrate
opiuiou that the net President will W a Demo- j
crat. If thereeerwaa dead dock, Sid. Clarke
is one. He couldn't W elected riogpelter in a
State that once honored hint a her Kepreseiita
the in Congress. IIU opinions are worth aUmt
as much as his iullnence.
r?" The reent Democratic victory in Atchi
kou will not he a fruitless one, thin time. The
other day, one of the uev iMiUreuien killnl a
Swor.VToOEEYTHELiivg. The prohibition
pajter, concerning l.ov. fiHeLacoiiunulation of
the Muteuce of a naloou keeper in Wahannse
Conuty, have a great deal to nay about the Gov
ernor nullifying the Iawi lie took an oath to j
support. Judge John Martin, apparently with
an eye to currying favors with the prohibition
Istr, is very xealuQ la whooping up Honor cases,
aud iu imposing excessive peualtie upon those
convicted. That i all rght ; he is a faithful
and upright officer, enforcing the laws he i
worn to administer. Bnt Gov. Click, in the
exercise of hi lawful powes, abate the sentence,
to bring it within tlte 1onnd of reason; this i
violating the law he ha -wont to execute.
There is a at deal of foul wind expended on
this business of violating oaths to execntc the
laws. In the eyes of the prohibitionists, there
is but one law that it is a riu to violate, and all
others pmst W snlwrtlinated to tbj. The law
gites a Jmle the right to pas-s sentence on a
man contacted of an offence; and thelawgite
theGoernni thejKiwrrto coiomnte a sentence,
or to pardon the man Muteuced. If Judge Mar
tin has a right, under the law, to sentence a
man to pay a tine of $.tuf ami to go to jail for
lCiO days, Gov. Click has a much light, under
the law, to commute the sentence to 10 and ZW
days. There is nw doubt that he has such j tow
er, under the law. Where, then, has he violated
the law, in eouiuiuling the sentence, more than
Judge Martin did, in parsing it t Whateer the
Governor doc, that the law empowers him to
do, he can do without violating hi oath to exe
cute the law. He is as tuncb entitled to hi in
dividual view a to the justice of a sentence, a
is the man who passes the sentence. The Gov
ernor can panlon a inurderrr, or a highwayman,
or any other criminal, aud fcet hi in free, if he
see good ground for it. The law git c htm th!
right, aud in exereistuglt, he doe not violate
hi oath to cxecnto the lawn. This is one of the
law-, and he ha a right to hi choice, when
laws conflict. The trouble ts, he violate the
high-toned notions of the prohibitionist, and
they Imagine that this is a violation of hi oath.
Wk II we Hkaui j-'itou Texas. Vcs, Kcv.
Scalawag llrnokes, wehac heard from Texas,
and from a good Republican of Decatnr, at that.
This letter hays that yon published a red-hot
Democratic paper there, and were contiunally
in trouble; that you left, owiug two notes,
which were a lieu on your pre, but yon got
away with the press to Gainesville, and from
there to Kansas. A gentleman of Decatur was
a Republican candidate for District Judge, aud
ltrookes did all he could to defeat him, aud as
the severest argument he could use, called him
a nigger-loving Kadical. (Ain't you the good
Republican that called us a Democrat support
er!) The writer further nav you hale had
trouble wherever you have Wen, a far as the
'chain of title can Ite traced.
A letter from Oswego nays yon resided there
almnt twelve month, and were in a constant
wrangle with Miineltody; were arrested once for
liWd ; had one or two tights; were shot at by a
man named, Stiiuper; jirearhal wiveral times,
etc. How ttid it happen that yon always got into
these nect of scoundrels, who were forever per
M'cuting the poor fellow !
Now, take another chew at the diaer, and
spit at us.
tlr The Wichita Eaglr is a little bit off, in its
comments upon our article relative to Judge
Thacher and the Governorship. We do not op
pose him Wcauso he is a prohibitiouist. On the
contrary, wc said that, although he was known
to W a prohibitionist, he would have received
the otes of most of the Republican who voted
against St. John, had he Wen the nominee last
fall. What we objected to, was his move to
altolisb jujy trial, in order to facilitate convic
tion in liqnor cases a thing St. John never
proposed, with all his fanaticism. The object
ofa jury in to acquit, a well as to convict; and
this attempt to force convictions was the most
arbitrary and dangerous undertaking ever at
tempted in K: usas.
tV "A Fanner, in the Lawrence rrdM, at
tempts to answer Congressman Haskell tariff
arguments. He i almnt a much a farmer as
we arc; hut in the garb ofa farmer, he think
he can fool Mmebody. There is one noticeable
featnre iu hi effort that may W seen Iu eery
attempt to Iiolster tip free trade. It argument
are wholly quotation from llritish free trade
writers. It Is impossible for a man to preach
free trade in America, without nsing the con
demned ammunition that the Rritish manufac
turers, who are Wnt upon making America trib
utary to them, have nent over for their allien to
use. "A Farmer! Shoo!
fo At all the railroad depot throughout the
Kast, the notice is posted, "On aud after Jnne
1, IKT., no trunk weighing over 2T0 pound will
1m checked a baggage. It must go a freight
or express matter. This is a direct war upon
the drummers. It i just, hut only a beginning
of what should W. Some rule should Ik adopt
ed to prevent the same hard-cheeked gentry
from monopolizing all the conveniences of ho
tels and railroad cars. Resides a a rnle, they
get their fares at a great discount, while those
who pay full fare have to come in second Wst
on the accommodation.
V2 The prohibitionists are again on the ram
page, and ay now they are on the war-path,
and mean to close out every naloou in the State
Wfore they stop. We have heard soinethiug
like this Wfore. They will close them in n hog's
eye. Hut when the thing winds up, they will
find that blatherskite Reiinctt aud CampWU
have closed their pockets on a big sum of money,
hamloo7led out of the t em ranee people.
"TiT We are sorry to nee that a bitter warfare
is raging Wtween the Leavenworth Time and
the Tope k.t Canitnt. The Timr publishes three
or four columns of oiut iu the life of the editor
of the Cayitat, which are not worth the space
occupied, ami the Capital retaliate by lopping
the Timr from its cxthange list! Why don't
they imitate the example of the Chtrf, and dwell
iu harmony with their eoteitijtoraricf
IJ The coal miners at llelletilh, Illinois, arc
on a strike. Iu a conflict with the militia, who
weie called out to iiell the riot, one of the
strikers was killed, and several wouuded. If it
had Wen one of the ring-leaders who was killed,
it would have Iteeii all right. The mischief
makers iu these rasen generally escape, while
their iuuoeeiit or unwilling followers suffer.
tV The Hiawatha World, jti a long editorial
Ubselling, calls attention to the fact that the
last syllable of Sir Walter Scott Wawrley is
spelled try. Perhaps the editor of the World is
not aware that his Ulnstriou predecessor, in the
IHipatch, seerul time called public atteution
to our ignorance of orthography, Wcaiise we
sicl!ed Waerley just that way.
VW Rev. Krohn has Wen delivering a sermon
in Atchison, which, from account, must hae
lceii unlit for decent people to hear. It was as
bad as the language that called for an Allison
Poultice to the tune of $15 to W slapped on Rev.
Tramp ltrookes, at Scvcuauce.
t?"The great Fast River bridge, Wtween
New York and Itroohlyn, i completed, and open
to travel. Almost the entiro population of the
two cities, and thousands Wsides, hae crossed
bark aud forth, in the past few days.
17 Vcnnorsay this is to W the last of the
stormy, uncertaiu years, aad that hereafter the
seasons will settle down in their regular, old
time routine. We hope that, for once. Vennor
j a true prophet.
ft? Ieier ltrookes confess that he had
some trouble in getting hi insurance, at Mexico,
Mo. How singular it is that eope susject
scoundrel ism in cery act that some men arw
W The widow Ouray, of Colorado, has mar
ried again. Her new hnsband is a bieech-clont-eil
gentleman Waring the name of Too Much
Gut. That man ha lots of relatives all over
r?" An exciting Ball-fight i now in progress.
John Hull and the Irish Ball have Wen engaged
in a desperate straggle ; and now the Pope send
iu his Ball to turn the tide against the Irish.
CF"TheLeaveuworth iVrstha Wen bought
hy a company, and consolidated with the Stand,
Tapping (or Dropcr
A well known medics! authority iiavs: "When
drepfiical effusion La reached a chronic stage. Un
plug is resorted to a temporary relief, but is nev
er relied upon a cure." The canoe of Dropsy
must W removed, or it i a mere question of time
the jttticiit tntiftt die. To remove the cause perma
nently, ue Hunt's Kruicdy, the great kidney and
liver medicine. ThU rreat medicine for the kidnevs,
bladder, liver, and nriaary organ, has no rival,
llant s Remedy cares when all other medicines fail.
.n?Tje iVnutjIvanta Lexitlatnre paMcd a bill
giving pen-aunt to the ittmmng veteran or the
Mexican war, and to the widows of soldiers and
sailors ofthat war. hot Gov. Pittison step in with
a vrto. The Mexican veterans are Laving a bard
time to secure a recognition.
ty The frpabhVan of iVnuvl-rapU Lae made
a good start on the road to harmony and victory.
r Little Joker" is tbe Wt smoking tobacco.
et viola x. sxmx.
On, Len on life's track! wean
Stormy winds bare sank to ret,
.And tlo billows, tirwl of motion.
Sleep upon tbe water's brrait.
O'er tbo nulrmn drrp come tIine
Stsuuls ami mnrmnrs soft and low,
iM sweet uem'ry-bells are pealln;
From the shores of luog s;ou
Faint and far, and ulst-snrruandHl,
TTe WboU that loTtlr nulo
ltIn wtiose cucot aUall ne'rr be reudcd
)tv war little 1st V aaln.
We can ratt-h tbe sleam of fountains
FLuhin In tLe son's bright rays.
And tbe tops of parple manntaios
Ihupjs-ar in Mf n bsze.
4-lura from a thousand flowcru
Fling arooDtl ns rit b iN-rfnme;
UVI1 we Lnw lb wtMidland bowers
Wlicreesrli one iu brant y Mtmnis.
ITtlj funus, Ljt luikU njJiniiis,
Ibs-Lon ns acruss the sta;
Ami wc hmrwect vuccm drititi;
Tbronb the till air tcodmlj.
i Mi, tbou omctry of bid tmuTe!
Oh, thou Ianlff bl-ssinj;but!
With wlat mwI anl dniiniy iltastue
lfciwc v-w tbi fir tff fast'
Visrt-H. throusb the csbn air ln for.
Aid je foantain-i, brightly plaiiu "
KLuli yuurliht adown tbeyrant.
Ami wlwn liff'mUy Isdrrlining,
And Its ftnn is siuklnx low,
lly tin n:ury-WH U chimin:.
llWs-d Luidof i; ijd!
Wt-flbury 4mnty, Iuws, May, l-cX
ItrierDIgesla of I. ale DerlWsna.
CVtmpilot sprcWly fir llw M. Ikiw Cmiinf rrlal-fiazrttc
A contract tor the payment of uiouey to procure
the location of a station aud dejtot at a certain
place on a railroad, is contrary to public policy, and
void aud iacajiable of Wing enforced. Money paid
to an agent uu a contract which is oid, as being
against public policy, may W recovered by the prin
cipal from the agent. Tbe right to avoid such a con
tract Is Wtween the parties to it, and the agent is
not allowed to interiKAe a defense which the other
party d echoed to avail himself of.
Where a director in a raifway company took a sub
scription payable to htuiself, fur tbe puriose of se
curing the location cf a station at a certain point on
the road, and after arils took the subscribers notes,
which he sold and appropriated the proceeds there
of, and he had induced the contractors of the msd
to locate the depot at the place desired, it was kttd
that such party was not liable for the proceeds of
the notes given him in an action of the contractor,
tbe proof tailing to show that he took the notes or
uiouey as asent for the coutractors. Suell, Taylor
A: Co. vs. Pells, Supreme Court of Illinois.
Where a corporation enters into a contract, and
it has been fully executed on one side, and nothing
remains but the payment of the money by the cor
IKraUon, a recovery can W had against the corpor
atiou, notwithstanding the contract may have been
ultra rwr, r outside of the corporate iowers.
Wright is. Antwerp Pijie Co- Supreme Court of
UWINr.NT IMJMUN AMI HIM ICES.
The inconvenience of carrying on a farm divided
into two purts by a railroad is a legitimate element
of damages to W considered by the jury is asessiug
damage for right of way, although such 4 images
may W largely conjectural and uot susceptible of
anything like definite ascertaiumeut. Hut damages
from danger of crossing the road with teams, and
for danger to children aud members of the family of
the owner, are so unreliable aud uncertain as not to
fuini a proper basis iu the assessment of damages.
The us'?uient should W confined to only such dam
ages as are reaKouably probable. Mclteyuold et al
vs. Iturbngton A: Ohio Kiver ltKilroad Company, Su
preme Court f Illinois.
A huobaud uur prefer hi wife in a deed of trust
for the Wuefit of creditor, or he may convey prop
erty to her absolutely, in consideration and discharge
ofa debt, in the satue way he conld in refierrnce to
a debt due by him to auy other party.
It is a common thing iu this eountrv for a party
wiHhing to coavey bis property, to seek the advice
of an attorney, and for the attoruev not only to give
advice, but to act as conveyancer iu the preparation
of the deed. Communications made by a client to
his attorney thus employed, relating to the subject'
matterabout which and for which advice was thus
sought, are jti-t as confidential and just aiuuirh pri
vileged as it they were made in reft truce to a liti
gation cxbtthig and iu progress at the time. Cntur
ft al vs. Ilarkdoll, Maryland Court of Apjicals.
Under tbe present Uwa of Illinois all the restric
tions on the potter of huband and wife t contract
with f ach other, except aj a comiN-nsation for ser
vices fur each other, are removed, and they are ena
bled to sue each other on all contracts except for
The indebtedness of a huslraud to hUwifu by note,
or for money or property, is a sullicient eousidera
tiou to upiort a judgment against him by confes
Mn in favor of his wife as agaiust his other crcdi
tors, when not imiHacbed for frand. Tlnunas vs.
Tilueller, Supremo Cunrt'of Illinois.
An erroneous estimate of buMutss profit is not a
ground for a rescission of a contract of a partner
ship. The neglect of a partner to protect the prop
erty of tbe partnership is not a ground for rescission,
although it would W lor dissolution, and the loss, if
any, occurring by such neglect may W charged to
the iiecli'ent lwrtner. Whelan vs. Marrion et al.
h Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
riTENT NOV E1.TT IF KCV ICE.
Where a patent was claimed for an invention for
an improvement in street cars, the device Wing one
for I'tietiiug and closing the rear dor, and it was
bowu as a defense to an action for infringement
that some years prior to the time when it was said
to hare been invented, another pcrsou made a lar
ger sized machine intended for the purpose of open
ing and cloning a car door, similar in all its essential
fratnrrs t that njton which the patcut was claimed,
and ued it during two weeks to open and close a
door, and afterwards, not Wfore the date of the pa
tectce's invention, lUii ierson also made three oth
er similar machines, though of smaller size, and nu
merous jeron saw all these machines in operation,
though the dev ice in some cases was not applied to
the iltwr of a ear, the defence of want of novelty
mut W AfW to have leen made out. aud the patent
is void. Mcpbensou vs. llrooLIyn Cross-Town Kail
road Company, I'uitcd States Circuit Court for the
Kafctern lMtnct of Xew York.
Swearing to a false statement is not ierjury unless
the matter sworn to is material to the iue, fpietion
or purjMiKc about or for which the statement is
icale, or unless it is intended and calculated to give
probability to a material stetement or credibility to
theatliaul. 'uitcd States vs. Stiinu, I'lntcd States
Circuit Court for the dbtrirt of Oregon.
1. Kvideuec that one maker of n nte told the oth
er (jii accommodation ronker) that he wanted the
latter to sign the note, to prevent the iuiyees from
making him trouble for embezzlement iu the use of
funds, is fiittieieiit to justify a tiadiug that the pay
res received tho note uiion a corrupt ami criminal
agreement not to prosecute for such cmWzzlement.
-i, One who signs an intrument for the payment
of money only, (whether negotiable or not,) leaving
the amount blank, and entnuts it to another with
imtliority toniltheblauk with auagmsl sum, will,
um to third iersons hav in no huowlcdzn of the Ituii-
i tatiotisof wueh uuthority. W Wund Iiy the act of the
! iHrsouto whom the instrument was intruteJ, al
1 though he fills the Mank with a larger sum than
I that agreed iion.
It was Acft whrrj A., auecomim-latioa in ike r
, with lb, signed a note upan the upjier left baud cor-
ncr of which were the figures Si.", bnt the amount
of which w as left blank w ith the understanding that
U.SUOU1U nu me uiank so as to-mate it a note lor
$Io, and. Wfore delivering the note to the iiayee,
aud without their knowledge, Ik tilled the blank
with the words, -four hundred aud fiftv dollars,
and autirxcd a cipher to the figures (1-7). 'lhc figures
in the comer of such note were no part thereof, and
an unauthorized change did not vitiate the note
Johnston Harvester . McLean. Supreme Court of
A Provision in an accident iolicv that the insured
hall not voluntarily expo-e himself to danger isvio-
lateu wnen ne leaves a raurnatf tram winieit is stan
ding on a bridge at night. Such an act is al con
trary to a clans forbidding him to W on a railroad
trnckor bridge, although it W shown that he wa
only momentarily there, having fallen through a
hole into the riirr immediately upon stepping out
of the car. Hark hard vs. Travelers Insurance Com
pany. PhiladrlphU Court of Common Plea.
.vurv cannot W implied without proof that the
priiiciuI knew that the alleged agent was acting
for her, or unless she ratified his acts. freight on
vs. Keith et al. Philadelphia Court of Common
u.icr to nrv w heat.
An agent to buy wheat or idher grain must, in or
der to bind bis principal, who furondien in advance
the funds to make the purchases, buy frr cash; un
less he 1ms express anthority, or proof of the cus
tom of the trade, to buy oa credit, such agent can
not bind his principal by a purchase npon credit of
a person who is ignorant of his real authority a be
tween himself and his principal. Kamarowski vs.
Kmmdirk, Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
t-sir.Mu.vr nrt cceiitoks.
An assignment for the Wuelit of creditors which
prefers the claims of certain creditors is not Toid un
der the laws of Missouri, because of such preference,
bnt inures for the Wnefit of all tbe creditors. It
will W trtated as an assignment for the Wnefit of
creditors generally. Martin vs. Ilausman. United
States Circuit Coiirt, Western District of Missoari.
Depositors in n building association both those
who are merely depositors. audthoe who are de
positors and stockholders are creditors of the in
solvent ascociation, and are tbe first entitled to a
dividend on the fund for distribution. Cres well
appeal. Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
The indorsee of a negotiable promissory note, se
cured by a chattel mortgage, which wa transferred
at the same time the note was indorsed, bat not as
signed in writing, can not retain replevin in his own
name for the mortgaged property against the mort
gagor. Kamsdell vs. Tewksbory, Supreme Court of
co side ratios.
An agreement to support the grantor where it
terms a suWtantial part of the consideration In the
conveyance of land, is in the nature of a secret trust
for tbe Wnefit of tbe grantor, and if the transaction
leaves tbe grantor indebted Wyond Lis mean of
navment. this secret trust will avoid the conrev-
t auce as to creditors not fully provide! for. So. a
mid remaining uu duimuj; iu uii taiurc lamuj i-
ter becoming of age, cannot recover for such ser
vices without a prvv fous contract therefor. Where
a siecial contract is claimed to have been made
years Wfore, and such a secret and stale claim is
alleged as the liability of grantees to grantors, a
courtof cqnitv must bold grantees with unrelated
strictness to show that the agreement to support the
grantor and his wife was not a substantial part of
the consideration. Funk vs. Lawson et al.. Appel
late Court, Illinois.
Ihe holder of a promissory note, indorsed in
blank, may, daring the pendency of a snit thereon,
transfer it by delivery, and still maintain tbe action
in hisown name. The court said: "When tbe hold
er chooses to part with a promissory note during
the pendency ofa snit. It may W agreed upon be
tween him and the assignee that, although the de
li verv take place, the legal title shall W considered
as still remaining in tho original holder for the pur
pose of prosecuting the snit- Keyser vs. Shepherd,
supreme Cornt, District ofColnrabia.
H0SATC2E Axn aiTtnciTiox.
Action was brought upon notes purport tog to W .
endorsed by the firm of Mnllsney c Hays. It ap-
pearea tnac me notes werr uoi in iaci muoreeu uy
either member of the firm, or with their knowledge,
but their fim-namo was so nsed by one Denis ilal
Uney, at the request of one I'yan, the maker. It
was shown in evidence that all the parties had Wen
intimate business associates, and for a time part
ners, and were all related, and that the firm were
under perronal obligation to I'yan, the maker.
Dennis Mnllaney had been a partner in the firm of
JIallaney, Hays Si. Co., which had preceded tbe pre
sent firm, and was employed about the new firm,
having some sort of claim for nnaujasted partner
ship interest. lie had. it seemed, previously signed
the firm-name in receipts for express matter, bad
collected money for them and had charged it to him
self. In the absence of the firm he signed tbe firm
name to the notes in question. The i&emWr of tbe
firm were then informed about the signing npon
their return, bnt did not disaffirm the signing until
about tbe time tbe note matured. Tbe Court de
cided that, even if the evidence stt forth above did
not establish an agency on the part of Denis Mid
laney in tbe Wginning, it clearly tended to prove a
subsequent ratification. It was also held that the
nse made of the firm-name did not amount to forge
ry. Mollaney et aL vs. Firt National Itank, Sn
prerae Cotirt of Indiana.
As Wtween the assignor and assignee, the equita
ble title to stock owned by a party in an incorpora
ted company may W transferred without observing
the requirements of the charter or by-laws of the
compauy. Where an assignor delivers certificates
of stock toau assignee, with no limitation in the
terms of the utignment as to the use to W made of
the stuck, it is reasonable to presume that the as
signee was authorized to make auy legitimate use of
the stock that n rightful owner might. If, iu fact,
the assignee does not make an Improper use of the
certificates, :n it her the assignor nor hi represents
tire can rreovrr as against an iuuoeeiit purchaser
for value. Otis vs. Gardner et al., upreme Court
I 0STKI CTIOX OK CII llfTEC.
The words "claim or demand in u city charter
which provide that no action shall W maintained
against the city upon any claim or demand unless
the same shall shall have first Wen presented to the
common council for allowance, apply to claims or
demands arioing upon contract only, anil not to
those arhdug ont of a tort. If rad ley v s. Eati Claire.
Supreme Court of Vermont.
SALE OF HOUESTEAlJ.
Iu an action for ejectment where tbe defendant
denies title and relies upon nn execution sale as his
title, the plaintiff may snow the sale is void by rea
son of Wing the homestead. When land sold under
an execution consisted of 10 acres on which there
was a homestead, and it waisoM as one tract, the
sale is void as to the whole. Kipp vs. Italia rd. Su
preme Court of Miinesota.
0 XIIIKTV IAiS'ritIAf..
The Voltaic Hclt Co.. 3Iarshall,Mich.. will send
Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Kelts aud
Kleetro Appliances on trial for thirty days to men
(young and old) who are afflicted with nervous de
bility, lost vitality, and kindred troubles, guaran
teeing speedy and complete restoration of health
and manly v igor. Address as above. N. It. X risk
s incurred, as thirty days is allowed.
The IlQtilefleld Located.
Dehim., Xew Mexico. May 56b The reported bat
tle Wtween Crook and the Cbiricaliaus occurred
about eighty-three milts west of Casas t'randes,
and on tLe Sonora side of the Sierra Msd res. ucar
(iuaycauo(e, a miniug town of three hundred inhab
itants. Don Juan Kil.ns ranch, at which the
courier is said to have arrived with the news
from Oposiira, lies Wtween Magdalena und Itioua,
on the liio Dolores, i Ivosura is on e day's ride w est
of (iuaycanoict and the former place is au iuipor
taut town, ouce the capital of the State. The Indian
scouts always go Kingly, aud iu advance of the troops.
The large number with Crook would certain! r cov
er three to four miles of the country, and on the first
shut their custom is to fall back and gather closer
together. This acconuts for the report that Crook's
advance guard was driven in. An Indian fight in
the mounts ins is always a surprise to one sideor the
other. Casas tiraude is Ki miles south-west of
Demiug. X'u traders have come from there since
May C, and A. II. Tho:npon, a drover, with several
herders, who ought to have come in ten ilavs ago.
Is. it is feared, masacrud.
There is the Wst reason for thiuking that Crook
has underestimated the hostile force, and parties
who trade from this point with the ierra ranches,
place the uumberut four hundred.
Hope for Drunkard.
My bunband had drunken habit he could not over
come until Parker's Ginger Tonic took away his
thirst for stimulants, restored his energy of mind,
aud gave him strength t attend to Uninc.Ciii
A Iegal Knnsni Fence.
Section 1. That in addition to the fence now de
clared by law to W a legal fence: A harWd wire
fence, of not less than three wires, with third wire
not less than forty-four inches, nor more than forty
eight inches from the grouud, and Wttoiu win not
more than twenty-four Inches, nor lit than eight
een inches from grouud, with centre wire cqui-dW
tant, or nearly , Wtween umM-rand lower wires;
said wires to be well stretched and barbed, barW to
average nut more than nine inches apart : said barb
win to le cotiiHi4ed of two wires not smaller than
Xo. 13, or one wire not smalhr than So. I', to W se
curely fastened to H.tfl, which shall not W more
than two rods apart, an-l not less than twenty incit
es iu the ground, and set in a workmanlike manner;
or the tHist may be not more than forty-eight feet
apart, with slats placed erpcndicalarly, not more
than twelve fett apart, Wtween the posts, and fast
ened to the wire by staples, or with holes in the
slats; Vrvrldctt: That in township where hogs arc
iiluwrd to run ut large, there shall W three addi
tioiisl barletl wires, the lowir one of which shall
not W more than four inches from the ground, the
other two to W placed at equal distance ajtarr, or
nearly so, Wtween this and the lower wire, as re
quired by law. Ltltr tt jAttt LrfjiMlttlttrc.
A formal Complaint froui Citlreiis. or i:i
TnrtHs, May . The citizens of L'lwood have
made a formal complaint to tbe fiovernor ag:Jnt
the St. Joe and We-tern Kailroad. They claim thai
this company is violating its charter iu rrnieving the
repair shops, etc., from Klwood to St. Joe ; that the
revenues now derived from tliese shops am sullicient
to keep two schools nine months in each year, and
if they are removed either one orWthof the schools
will have to W nbaudoned. The complaint was re
ferred to the Attorney-ttcneral, who in turn rsfcrred
it to the Ifailroad Com in is toners, usking that an in
vestigation W made.
"He who is ready to bnv np his cneu.iet, will
never want a snpplv of tbi-iii. It is theater to buy
a true friend, iu Kiduey-Wcrt, who will 4irive away
those miserable enemies, a torpid liver, conitipa
tion. diaWtes, piles, diseased kidneys and bowels.
This remedy is now prepared in liquid a well a in
The Klmlckt Ioea. Kentucky's idea of letting
Pennsylvania go tothetleiil" meets with less and
less approval from the Democratic iiartv. The fear
seems to le that, with n free trade platform, not
only that State but a god many others will go in
Ihe same direction, which In this case means again ft
the Democracy. Kven Mr. Cnrlile's zeal for free
trade appear to grow cold iu proportion as his
chances of securing the seakerdiii diminish He
is not entirely satisfied, lie says, with the Kentucky
platform adopted by the Democratie State conven
tion last week. lie doubtless sees, a a majority of
bin party does, that the policy which lets "Pcnnsvl
vama go to the devil," will result in bringing the
I iH-mocrais to mat locality iirt. Arr 1 ork Jnbvur.
The Uei:lt or Kutiilican Maxagemest. The
question of taxing imports has lieeit xuananaged. a
ull other practical questions have Wen managed by
the lEepublieau party, in a practical way. The mass
of Democratic voters may W slow toT perceive it.
but they will perceive it at lat. That the value of
the manufactures inercaced fr.rni I.SiK),GrO,o0O in
18ft)to3,4W,OOo,uoo in J 'CO, mid to 5.3no,oOU,000 in
190, aud that during the sume time our evports and
immirtsand the value of our agricultural nrodiiels
have also increased enormously, is an argument
none but the rash can fail to understand. .Vrew.
A ltll DfTLCMiK ion TnE ILf.tE IIvTERs. Ab
ready there arc plcntvof indications that tlm raliid
hati rs of James ti. Itlaine will have abundant o;h
IMtrtuuity within the next twelve months to go into
iv steri-s.ov er bis popularity and Militical power. It
may W news to some willfully blind partisans, but a
multitude of good citizens in all part of the country
still cherish the hojie if weeing the man from Maine,
master of the White House.
fiT Democrat who get mad everv ti-ne they read
the words "tariff for revenue on) v should read up the
history of this county Wtween Hltl and ISfil, and
see what a cot k of the walk and lusty jnuth was the
United States, uuderthe banner of "tariff for reven
ue only during that ierid IHiuriUe CoiiriVr-
Selfslefense. aeeordin: to the litest rnb'u'fs of a
Chicago jury, means to march into an eating-house
where the man you are afraid of is sitting quietly at
table, ami kill him. It is always 1est for a Chicago
man to W prepared for death. Ae IWi Cow mer
The re is a Wlief here that Senator Coukling's last
seccb was wade with the direct purpose of defeat
ing the plans whirb have lieen formed for Itcpnhli
cau h inn uny. and which promiscdl well! up to the
time of that speech. M'atkityfim Ihpalrh t Citfin
f7 Kv Oorernor Sevmour fear that the Democ
racy arc drifting upon' the rock or free trade thai
will wreck the party's hopes of success in the Presi
dential election next year.
John It. Gough says the lee t ere business Is de
clining, because the people are inclining to music
and theatricals IVrbajHi ihe people are getting
tired of Mr. Cough.
The average nutnWr of people crossing the 11 rook -lyn
bridge is ll.lNl) per day, and 5,00(1 vehicles.
Jefferson Davis, who has liecnill, is now convales
cent. Attachment lYoficc.
TnE STATE OF KANSAS.
Itefure Kcuben Konpn, a Justice of the Peace fur Wash
ington Township, Doniphan County. Kuu.
U TT. Hsx. rUlntitr, 1
vs. Compbuut in Attach meet.
C. M. lUske. Defendant
PUintllTs demand, thirty-seven dollars.
"V-OTjrE 1 berebv pven. that on the lTth day of May,
1.W A. D. 1-Kt, lLKnopn,a Jnstieeortheresceof Wah
tncton Township, Doniphan County. Kansas, iasaeil an
order of attachment In the above-named case, for tbe inn
of thirlT-seTrn dollars (37), and that saUl csoac will be
hrd on tbe ftrth Uv of Jnne, A. D. 10. at 9 clock. A.
it. L. W. IIAX ruhitia-.
Msy St, lnO-4w. rrs fee, i
County Board orEqunlization.
TTIE STATE OF KANSAS. U
DOVIPH CWVTT, j
Omnt or Corrnr Cixkk, J
V'OTICE is berelr civen. that the Board of Connty Om
1" mhwiooers of DniphsaCoanty. Kansas, will meet ss
a Bnsrd if EqoaJizstMiD. at tbe office of tb Coastv Clerk
of said Coastv, en ilotnUy. tbe 4th day of Jane, la, for
the parpunr of ettulixia the valocol personal prujierty,
and any and all pmutu freling thruurlre sggneTfJ. can
appear and have all errors in their rstor&s correcteO, as
jsstice aad eqnttv msy deound.
1. W. MORSE, County Oerk.
St Joseph & Western Railroad Co.
Notice to Stockholders.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the St. Jmeph . West
era UsilnMut Conpuy will W held st tbe oOce of this
Company, st El-rood. Ksaass, on TaorMlay, tbe lltb iav
of Jane. lAO.st 10 o'clock. A. M, for tbeeWtioa of Direc
tors, and foe tbe tnasactfoa of say other btuiness that
nsv properly ropje befcc the naectlog.
The transfer books of tbe Companv will W cluoed um the
Hth of Msv, and re-opened on the l4h of Jnne.
JAMES M. HAM.
May 10, ldsO-U. Amu tut -Secreurr.
If) J LU H6J AtUreuSnsMX.tfrortUd, Mala.
EPIlEPSr. SP1SIS, '9K
CQKTULSIQRS, FALUHB SECDCESS,
ST. YITUS D1MGE, ALCHOSOUSV,
OPIUM EATIKS, STPH1UJS.
50HOFOU, KINGS EVIL,
USLT BLOOD DISEASES, DTSPEPSU,
HEBYOUSMESS, SICK K1D1CHE,
RBEUHAT1SH, NERVOUS WEJLUESS,
BRAIM WORST, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IBREGUUBITIES.
jsr-$1.50 per bottle."!
Tie Dr. S. A. Eiclaoil Mel Co,Pmjriete
Ct. 7cssp2v. s. (11)
CoRtFpo&de&cc Crttlj tnswerfd br rbnldau.
SM by all Dnnbu.
THE NEW PATENT
SM Wilis Ojen Face Case,
)IAM"KAITritt:il HV TI1K
American Watch Co.,
Tbis ease i fonuol in one Miliil piece, without
joint or seam, optniii- iu front onty, thus atoitlins
tbe usual Cap, ami seenriu greater strength and
ThcM! watchcN nre all ocu face. The hciel, into
which au eitru slroucrysUl is fitted with an espe
cially prepared water jirtHif cement, is attached to
the case ly M-ruwin it thereon, and thus forms an
air-tight junction with tho lody uf tho case, which
Is proof against dut ami timioture.
To railroad mcu, traveler, miners, lunihernita
and cithers, who are almost coataut!y exposed, and
who have t make frcijueitt refere iieo to the watch,
these nualitieK are f the utmost Iuiiortaiicc.
'l'lii rollovtln; I.rflrr lell llielr ovi n
"Wilikisti, Innti.li, July 20. IS.!.
I Mild m:eof uur Tatcut I.lt I'roof Cases alniut
ten mu tit lis oit, and the other day it earae hack to
rue with the request to make it wind easier. On ex
amination, I found that the stem was rusty, and I
impiirrd into the cuum: of it. The gentleman stated
to me. that he was starting snuo sawdort that had
lodged iu the leud of the rier, when his chain
caught in n lmh end threw hi watch into about
twelve fett of water, and he was nltout two hours
finding it. Wheu ho got it out. it was running, and
he thought all right. Iu about three months, ho
found that the stt in ujs haid to turn, and went It to
I can Kiy th.it the untrh i all that the comj.any
claims for it. and recommend it to all railroad and
mill men. II. V. IlKXTi.KY.""
Ci.itox. Iuwa. April tn, ll.
"I wiJi ou Mioild fM-nd lue a -ptins for the Wm.
KUery Watch ' Iiy the way. this KHery U a
watch I sold in yo.tr Srcw Iteztl (ae to a farmer,
last Tall. Tlie lirt of .fauna ry. he Iot the watch in
the wood, anil foniM! it tlii Trc-k in about one foot
of water. It h?it Uia time month and erninow
and water, with but slight injury to the watrh only
a hairspring V. S. KAVMOXI).-
Thcalwve w riMerv M.eretcit-i,niid demonstrate
Iteyotid a doubt, that for any reasoiiabln length of
time during which a watch might U tinder water, it
would receive no inj.iry wlintcter.
We make these i-aes iu Itoth gold and silver, acd
asalrrrtly ltitl'roorStein iVInt!
SnsriVfitIi f'aNci'Imllrnco llie4VorIcI
to I rod lire Ik 8!in:il.
For Salo by all First-CIoss Jewelers.
Xi: if Alt rVllTlSKMKXTS.
In lcnr Mcutcnre. au Aatbortty All Ills
Oivn to the l'palar Jodgstrnl.
131 Wet Tenth Mreet (
Xrv Vobk, Aug. II, Itrtl. J
JlKeKS. SCJlM'BV i- JUH5K.;
I amxluv to pin mv (Uilii t sovnew eurstivr agent.
KENM)XS CA1-CIX15 fOUOl'S PLASTEU has wuu my
good vpiniun. I find it an ccritiinally Irauly platr to
um, and rapit in its tietU,. Maay tetn uf Us qualities in
my own dimly, and Busing rjy isttent, have convinced
nie Hut there fo no ottrr slngla aithb mo valosbte for
itopolsr nse, none mi Ix-lpful iu cJiie f Lame lu-k. Lot si
lUienmstiMu, Xearstjia, Cou section f the Itnmcblal
Tatiesand Lua2 and Lomha-o.
Von mav ferl iree to ne my name.
Very tnilv Your.
II. II. KAXE. M. I.
I'hvjiliian in-CLtrf of the Iojuioey Home.
Irice of the CAPCINE. 2i cent,
heshury A- JubnMiu, CbemMs, 'ew Totk. lOmylw.
Ely's Cream Balm,
FOR CATARRH AND HAY FEVER.
Uneijnaled for Cold !a (he Head, Boafnfss.
Agreeable to Use.
A THOROUGH TREATMENT WILL CURE!
Cream Ikdni lias f sined an enviable rrpntsthA wherever
known, din'tlai-ia- all other iirrp atiou. Semi furcirru
Ur containing full Information ami tillaUr tefttimouial.
Iiy mail, vrepakl, 50 renU a package stamps rceeirol.
Sold bvall wiidi-mde and rrtail dnii:ziht.
lttaiylir. ELY'S CKEAAI J1ALM CO , Oweg", X. Y.
PARKER'S GINGER TONIC!
ONCE TESTED, ALWAYS PREFERRED.
Th! great renn-dv haswnn it way t th higmt pUee
In the ctra of tin inont lntrli-ut -'ple. There are
daily recruits to iu mt of friemK Its iwrfonnsnce Is
' BETTER THAN ITS PROMISE.
It give tone and powtT. FrcomiUuiUif Ihe KUaevs.
Iltiwt !-, Stontaeh, IJver awt Ijui-x. fir all ths snMle Inm
blmof wotneo.an(l fi tbosliiiIrluurders trntwed by
auxk-ty, tore and mental strain, fu eUWts wilt nuiprit
andrharrajou. It i not an cMencc f icincir. IMfctons
to the pJbti. an autibto t.i the liquor LaluL ami exceed.
inzlv brlnOd totbeagettsad feeble. 3tte. ami tLOOBUteo.
ltftixvlw. IHSCdX X CO., New York.
FOR THE PERMAKEHT CURE OFU
2?a othfT diacasa !j sa crcva!xAt la ttis ooio-CI
try ss Cssitlpsuan, &sa c-? xzacay ui tct
cqasSsd tae oclbntMl C4Bsy-Wcrt as s
Aire. TClstsvertlLoeaaze, however ebatlaais
itbo ease, tals reaaarwmcfTgfocaian.
rllibOi aaiat li vsnr act tabs
trTurtheaa ths wreskened carU sad aoleUY
saa w"T"'' bstw oeiarm iiiiia.
PRICK SI. I USE I Orusxists Sll
THE STATE OP KANSAS, .
Iomtiiai Com tr,
(ntt or Crrt.-XTT Cukk. i
Tcor, May 7. InO. J
"WOTICE U InrrltT pTrn. tliat aptiilna va pmrntM
X to tbe liani ol CnmuiKduofn of lpban Cooatr.
KaasaA. at tb-ir mcttin en tb tb ilaj of May. IW3,
akintbat arita! b euUnhnI at tb folWvta poiaU,
IVcinoin at tbt MMtb-wrt rwratr of tb ictb-at
quarter of rctHn foarttrn, (14) in tuvtubl tVmr. (4) of
ranee twroty, ft thnrr rat vtMbalf (1 railf. to tbe
MMilb-at rwrnrr of ruM oath-rat qaartrr of tectum four-tt-ra.
(It) in towfwhjp fnr, (4) of ran; twraty, (SO).
Wbrmtpun. the aW Kant of County ConmiiinTi ap
pointMl tbe fuUowinz EaiattJ perwoiM, tIi: 1, S. UiscUry.
JobaOttm, aoilCbatIrLa4wis. a vitirew, with taatrrM
tkaw to tattt at tbe place ct bcsfanlpg. on Sitarday,
tbe 2J day of Jnae, 13, ami protml to iiw aaU rood.
Eire all parties a bmrin. and male dne report to aatd
Itard, at tbeir imwinn to be beM on tbe 4th day of Jane.
Ut ortlrr of tbe Titrd oCttDtT OiaunLioerii
Xtutx i. vr. mouse.
May 10. lc-Av. Coonty CWfc.
TnE STATE OF KANSAS.
iMiximas Conrrr, J
Cotrm Ctxax'a Orncx. J
'V'OTICE U bereby cirrn. tbat a prtitioa wu prorated
11 to tbe Hoard of taninminorr of Uonfpban Cooatr,
Kannait, at tbnr taectiax on tbe tb day of ily. l-no,
aU; tbat a cbaase and Tacation of m toad be eftUbtiabed
at tbe ttiUwinz pmat. to wit:
Brcinnin at MiDer Orid:e. en Gabriel Branca, io tbe
uutb-eaat qoarter of aection twenty-aerem (til In townabJp
two, (3) of ra&e twraty-oae, fit) nutaiax aontb from aaid
(ridfe on John LewU eaat line, at tbe fout of tbe bins, to
bin fmth lute, tbence aoatb tbroab tbe nortb-aat oaarUr
of i-fction tblrty foar, (Ut in townsbfp two, (i) of rasre
twentr-ooe, (Sll aboat twt-nty-five (23 to thirty (30) red
taut of tbe prmest road, on aa old abandoned road formerly
naed aa tbe Cbazleaton road, until it atribea the aoatb line
of tbe last named quarter aectios, tbeare wet on aald line,
eonfvrmtss to tbe old road. Tbe part to be racated ran
wont from lb Miller Bndfe to tbe centre of tbe ootb-eaat
qarter of aection twrnt r-cTrn,' (37) In towaabJp two, fSk of
rancetweatf-oae. f3 tbenre aoatb brtwren tbe ladaof
Gibmn and Joba Lewi, to tbe nertb Use of tbe nortb-eaat
qoarterof aertbnt tbirtr-foor. (34) In townahlp two, ffiof
ranee twratr-ofe, til) tbrace in a Mratb-iaterty direction
to tbe aoatb litv of oaid lat named quarter arcltoa.
Wberrapon. tbe aaid Euard of Cuonty Coiaaiaaiuner ap
puuitd tbo tuCowia named per-nna. Til: Tbnojpoa TTy
Lett. Me Townend. and J. C WfflUjoa, aa Tlewera. with
Inatrnctiimi to te-t at tb pUre of becioains. on rridar,
tbe 14 daj of Jane, l-3. acd proceed to view aaid ruad.
JiTe all partira a beartoz. and make doe report to aald
Loaxd, at tbeir oraakm to be held m tbe 41b day of Jane.
Uy order of Hoard of Coonty CtanndMionera.
AUeati I). W..M0BSZ,
Mjt 10. t-KJ-tw. Cotiaty Clerk.
Tbe price of the following organ hss tcen a.ltajcrl to
81 J3 since inertLnr this electivtvM
27 Stops, (0 Sets Reeds, S30
The Famous JIthTCn vrtm e ct2!i
37 ilopt, 10 bef lUtdt.
PRICE ONLY S9D-
Order noir.IJ,inU by EsnkDaf TVatcrAceKetirr
Order, cr Centered Ie tcr. 1- t a d h pped
wlthontaMomrnt's IM j. Tai-t r7 rii:il3r'ar
tollatop. C'af ;( irAdlr3s or e&lupuL
pijnELT. EE1TIY, Tashfcgto, fco Jure
fhom GKonuE j i:oivi:li & co.
Decided upinhnsexpreued hi kingiUfe that can L nn
derstoud; tbcprotui'tenl. fullrt and mt acenrate iutelli
eence uf whatever ia the wide world i worth attention.
That Uwhat evrrbodv is nan ta nnd in anyeditioa of
THE &CX. SubwrriHKii: UaU-T. it psge), by aiail,
33c. a month, or 6.AO s ear; MMut, lS pagen,
Sl.'JOpt-rvear: WstKLV.t? pss. M pervesr.
lAY. KNOLAM, Inbllher. Xew York City.
DIY0KCKS- Xa publicity; rraldents of sot State.
IVscrtion. N'onSoppitrt. Advice sad apphcstkms
foTasUmp. . II. LEE, Attorney J39 Broadway. N. Y.
FARMERS, SAVE MONEY!
Eeering Twine Binder !
Tito IMsIitrM Draft.
The Simplest, nud llir
.tXat 1 lira Mo 31nculne .Untie.
Darin;-the pst jrar. the DKKUINi IIAllVESTElLS
AX1 lilNlKlLS in lknhhan Cmntv rut mare tlints
:i,OUO ficrri f crain. without any seti.m break
down, and the co-t wm only C75 for etraA. There never
bssleenai:iulerthat has won sarh unlvenalfitoratho
Ueering. In superior reatumare recogciAtl a- sh as
ween, ami the. tuont euttiuXitic cndonM-rmnt arr civen it
by frruicr who nave umi! thr Ih-eiing in tbe Held. Ttut
It bis i?en Host Complete Satisfaction,
l-t eviureil fruni the fact that ttjt nn word f complaint has
breumsileacsint it. Siuii1 it Je hint-, Twntr ami Kx
trasat KevernnceniiU Wolticnu,
M. FOLEY & SONS, Agents.
April I'J. IrtO ni
r17o ilie Ialie.-s.
MES. M. K DAVIS'
Dress CM ana StdMnstroctor.
DRESS-MAKLNG MADE EASY, i
CONSISTS of mx timers JJUck, Ir'runt Mretf, Sliit. j
Snrmz Kill. Niiwns Uul. a tain tut-aMin. ami a li-uL I
uf Iir ti'm-. CntnaU Llulaf KarnMnt) for bUfrtnl
rhiMrfn, fnnii ttelarzrut t thnutiallrnt wzc. It 1- tin
mot i-rfrt tiltinf ur Mtrmif cntliusetrriDTealI,
t.ol Uiutt Mi(iitnilH-jtitl bat tLat aDvuratT(-at by IL
l"TiDttl on Itrarr. ts h rbt-rL. it ill Ut a Untx tiiur.
Krrry Uly ubiml.l bate n. .Vut to bdt aiblrn on ir
re Ipt at lnw. J J.
Mmt ial IinlurrttiiiNir-nI tuAci ut. Wiitr f.r term.
.IH4. yi. i:. UAVIS
March 2, IcKJ-Cm. Wfailr C'lond, Knam.
ffHE DHIOEi: & CONARD GO'S
latt Ilk IL F. Elt-lit UU4LNU
The Anty eataMlvhrimt rnnklnK n SPEC At.
bus Injurs of roses. ooXaiicc housed
for ROSES alone, trvcu- Vm llanw iiutaUo Ii r
offlr SPi-teuOi'lranrtlei. vour choice, all UUleil
fl l2f'rW2: pfrShi2QforS4i 3SfcrSS.
JSforSIOt IOOirS)3t woClVEn Hnn!onr.o
resent of ehocy au-t yatuabl ROSES froa
with everr order . Oar NEWCUIOE. cw.7-
THE DINCEE & CONARD CO.
IUm Growers, Wti t Otort, Cheater Co, Pa-
Flour, Corn Meal, and Meat.
OFFICE KANSAS STATE I'ENITENTIAUV. (
L-iXMXn, Ka(a, May 1-P3.
SEALED I'KOrOSALS will be rercTel at thla oftre.
nctillOoVIiM-lc. Juneith,lKL for alMint :M),000 poontU
of m XXXX Fluur, to 1h nunle frotu tbe brut fall wheat,
and a potla now u-,l at the prim m. and to lie di-liTeml
in nark) or ltarn-N in the priiwn yanl. Sample of same
roant beaabmitted with earli bid. Flour ran ItedtliTerett
in ear lol lob, aa rniulml for n.
AImo, Malnt pruiouila fur about f-IWl nanda of Corn
Meat, of aa gwil qnahtyaa now uwl In tbe riiMin,and
drtiTen,l in Mel or bam-U in tin prison yanL Sampler
of aaoie mart b submittal with earb biL Corn mral ran
be dvliren'd at the rate of 3.5U0 jtound jt nniutb.
ll IIICHIU" liuir, mini iinMaman "in ucinnira iot
farnUhing anfficb-nt FrenU iWf In frwl all thecnnTictaml
emplfij-eeM, DnniWrini atumt KM), (atNiut HW pimnds per
iUy. Iu be tlelirered daily, aa directed by tbe Warden.
Contract toromuenre July Ii l-KL ami t rontinae until
July 14, l?r4. In aldition to Frettb lef, tbe rootraebir
will be mpilrrd to furnth abirat 200 pound of Turk. Mnt
ton. Vral or Lamb antticirnt to anpply tbe eraptoyeea'
table three days eah week, ilariazroiitindanreof cttrart.
All meat to be one price, ami of tbe lie! tjaality, ami aul
jret t the arrptanre of tbe Wanlt-n at tbe time of delive
ry, lteerea to ronabtt of tbe frar naartrra nf ihe aame ani
mal, awl t w-l;b nnt le than 4j0 ponnda when drtvl
aixl trimmed, aa fiJIowa: Koreiiiurtrra to hemt off nix
lacbra a'mrn tbe knee-joint, aad tbe beck at tbe fotirth
Tertebral joint fn.m tbewbnldir. hind-qtartrra tlrnt
on far Incbe above the bork joint, ami tuomtain all tbe
raymenton the abovrcontrarta ( W made on thr 1'tU
of each month aurrredin theoce fnahirb auppliaare
A check, draft, or errtinVate of deport for t0 mn-t ae
rompanyearh ppijMMuil, aa eennty tbat rntraet will be
entered into if award U nude.
A bond, with twoaereptablea'trctiea, will W rt-quirrd.
In tbeauninf fAln. fr Ihe faithful perftirtnax:- f tbe
Tberisbt i rot-rvel to reject anv r all bitla, and bkl
dera are miuextcal to be prnwnt at tbf opening ! Mda, at
10olrk, A. M, Jane 7th, l-KL
Kuxthrr i4TtirttUra fnrniibI, on appliralixu t tbla
Itvnnlerof tbn l!irdif IMrw-tor.
May 17, IffWw. W. V. JUNES Warden.
THE STATE OF KANSAS, 1
40UNTV OF IMINU'IIAN. j
In 11m IHtrirt Court of Itoaiplun C'Mittty, Male of Kaivoa.
AVQIiam Gillcn, lllalntitT.
H. FLMiCaW. 5lfemUnt.
-T0TICK U Iitrrby ctven, that I C1 oCt-r fr sale at
A. w imblie anrt ttm. far rah, at tbe Lour t-f 5 o'eka L. 1. M.,
tn Me Ztk Jty Junf, A . . lfJ,
at tbe mnib door of tbe Hmrt Htu-, In tbeCitjrof Tror, in
llivniphan Countr, State of Kan-aa, tbef41uindmcrilnl
real estate, to wit :
Tbe aoatb half of tbe wiuth weat noarter of tbe nortb.
eat quarter of section twenty-tno. (Hi in townabip funr.
(4) of ranje nlnetem. (19) la Dilphan Coonty, Sute of
Taken aa Ike proper T of IL E. MrCabe. ami VreI fi-r
aale to tbe hijhe-t bidder for raali. to aaUafjr a certain
Imlfiornt ami coata, now ef reconl in the Ihatrwt (nrt for
hMiipban Cutinty, iu tbe State of Kaoaaa, In which WUiant
I lillen waa plaiutifl. aad II. E. MrCabe waa defemlaBt.
4iivenMndrrinThanl, tbbtUtdayof May, A. II. 13.
N. ti BAILET.
Sbt rinf luaf ihaa CoantT.
May 3, IMlaVr - IT fe, 110.
THE STATE OF KANUfL
COCNTT OF IH)NIPjrN, J1
la tbe DMrict Court far IVmlidian Contity; Slate of Kanaaa.
and Ilaaiel Aberie.
Partncra doia; btuineiui In Ike
Una name of
F. WeatbelmeT JL Cotanaiy, Iliintift.
Cenltmla Traer and
Ann Tracy, ) IVfrndaat.
NOTICE U nertbr dven, that I will oQVr for Male, at
poUbaactiun,forcaab.at tbe bonrof So'cluck, V.iL,
On 0u WK dsg of J-ac, J. V. 1-0,
at the north door of tbo Court Ilouae, in tbe Gty of Tror, hi
JJonlpban Coonty, State of Kannaa, tbe foOowuiy described
All of Lota number five (5) al tlu 6 in Hock number
tb, lavf wm un uauuiari uiar, jj in ! uaoiurr ruk,
( all In tbe town of Iowa otnt, ha tbe Coonty of lMni
pban. aad State of Kanaaa.
Taken as the property of Renjamia Tracy ami Jlaa Tra
cy, ana onrren wr aaje loxaeiuxitest tiiodfr ior tan. to
aatlafy a certain tdnwt and rotvta ataJnat rnlamin Tra
cy, now of tecord in tbe lMrkt Court fnr Doniphan Conn
ty, tn tbe State of Kanaaa. in whirh F. Weatheimer Jt Co.
were pUintilla, aad Henjamin Tracy and Ana Tracy were
Given under my bud, this tb day of May. A. IX tvo.
K. a BAILEY.
Sbrriff of Ikontpban County.
T. T. Uuiur, Attorney for Platatita.
May It, 1-3-Sw. IVs fee, HTJM.
The Thoroughbred Horse,
TTO1 be kept the prevent n.pil awaneuelnr ont week In
JLpriL aa followa: Moadara. Tneedara ana Wedneday
of each week, at llicMand Station; Tbursdaya. rrldaya
and Svrurdav. at kaniaiv
TEBMS-SinKle iverviee, U; to isaure. fflft, payabla
when the fact la aorertained. or tbe aura dlarxaed cC I
ahaA not be n.poaibio fur aay aecidcat to nurea, bnt
akall take aQ pawdbte rare to prevent any.
rEUIGUEr; AXl LlKSCKIFTlUi'. UUn Hood U
year old tbe lTth ofMay. dark bay rtOoc. 1? band bJxh,
wetsbt 1CM pound t aired by Vouaf Kobtn Sond. a beau
tiful dapple bay, I. banda bf&h. and wri-hlasl7M pounda.
Ilia culta tabent la a ttrfkfax decrre hi uiajUernt and
kind di-po-Jtwo- Tbey are Invariably black or bay is
color, lie wa bred in Canada, from Prrrberon mare,
weff kins 1T90 pootvda, imported from franco in l-O. She
waa aired bv Old Xapolcoo. wboe Wrlfbt waa WM pound.
Voudj: IkWbin Huod wa aired by tbo celebrated atalUoa,
OldaUobin Hood, who wa out ofa black nm, tbo proper.
ty f Mr. Y. Jordan. Low CUjtborpe, near Boriiam,
Yorkablre. She took tb firat priae veveral time at the
Tvrkahtreaad UocIavbirn J.rimltaral Mortinr, ofro
to all Eaflaad, tj b las tbe best browl mare In Eariad
fur breed uir bone far arTieultarat Mrrutc. bao waa
nt t.v mrk aeflee. Iko nnnertr ttT Ur. T. Bavdhotue.
Jr, IledMi. Okl TaUbln liooS wa rot by Old fiUatklcj,
dam by Little Jidin, frrasd daxi bv Oid Heart of Oak.
f.X. laiVaVaUI..Yt JtITiraFT.
HEENIY & LYONS,
SEVEISAACI3 AIVD EVEREST, TCAIVSAS,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
And FARM MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Bain Wagons, Spring Wagons Buggies
WEIR, NEW DEPARTURE, JOHN DEERE, and BROWN CULTIVATORS.
McCormick New Binder and Iron Mower.
Pure Manilla Hi inline Twine, and Washburn and lloen
Binding n'ircIIext tirade.
.&. H&ETW :FVE AT 1 I H IT! t
A. Well Selected Stock of Fiifiiituie !
AT lO Pi: It i:.T. ABOVE IMII.T1E COMT.
IIOUSEIEOLI SEM'IIVO HIACIICVE
Thr ImIvsI ImmHiil, I.itjUtcst Iiiiiiniiin Sririixj Miichtur In the Market. Com
bination of the ISest Jltint of' alt .llarliinr.i.
CP" I'oiih- niiil M'i- ns in our new quarti-vs.
Hay 31. IptO.
J. S. BYERS,
Crrrn Fm.1. JAim Slrtrl, Smllt ttf Pullie Sjutrn,
Ti:V, : s : i : KANSAS.
WICAIISIt 1JC l.'IRST CLASS
Anil a fieneral AHrti!H-iit if
ALL KINDS OF OOTiTHBO AND EEPAIBING DONE.
Al- alwav Vt-rjH on Kami arciiIrt ut t
DF XJS.3XTZ T TJ3FLES.
W.mli; teMpcctfulIv roll to tti- attrition of tb mbli prn
erallv tbat h a U act rll Ut tr.l Mink .f
Pine and Native Lumber,
Aim! arr ;rri.arwi t- fiiroi!i nil lin.1 -f
Sash. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, &c.
At I4h-ribirh mU tlrfy itttitf-rtiti'ia
rirsnmcLES a specialty.
('tnne zu m u. at our ftlr-. vu
FJAIN STREET, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
4ltI M ill ttt U pml.
IV1-. 'il l-X V. II. rOK.M'HOOK A- CO.
I W.B.WADHAMS, Agent,
One Door IVwrltt of Niuclnlr' Iras ltrr,
TO THE LADIES
OF TSOY AND VICINITY.
llatincrerrntlrcoir to Troy luaUmbt tlie Mllliuer
JStttt Afreef. .Ve.rf . fo Xiurtnlr'n Hnnj Sttrr,
wber ali Intemli to f.mr on nrt-bi MILLINEUT
and PKKSSMAKINO, aa far a a di-tirril bv hr natron.
She will iU have i haml LACKS. COl.L.I. IIO()IS.
TUX SWITCHES. ZEI'IITI'S. lUMtV KIETS. and
other thing unally krpt in a Miibnrrv Store
All onlera promptly atlrndnl to fuliea. p!eane farur
ua with a call Nor 16. I-i
Wc ar- ai-lUn; tlie iiluwiitj llrtili Ilartrttiu,; Ma
cbjutn Piano Harvester and Twine Binder,
New Warrior Mowei.
The Mower and Knd-r mU lat year were upt-ric to
all otbera In n.tc in Ikuniphan Conuty. includins rbe Mc
Conuick, IVt-nnj. and Huckere and a number uf farmera
in tbe Tkinitr f Severance, after ain onr machine
work, revoked tln-ir ordrra for other barvctin tnicblne.
We alo m II othrr Axtiltfiral Implement fnh aa
Planters, CnlliTatofs, M:l Howers, Listers.
.Ir.. all.f th. nMt lmpnrrl patt-! .vl L-l oil'
Implement Howe at Severance, Kansas.
Saiim! of M'lUrr a.nl IVul- Ritl W lt-t .1 Urnrr
Ivanl.' ,?D h.r H Troy
Ttonn & LOVELACE.
Afril 14 liJ-3ni
Flodin & Moyor,
Xow bate Ihe Lvrfct au,l lit .lock in tti.lr tineerrr krpt
la 1LU part of the Connty 1 h.y bar.
Hardware, Cutlery, Nails, Stoves,
Chief anton wtkb are tbe Oarlaml IU-wi Rumcr. and
XDclndin;naBufactirrlBZamItTpairinofan kind nf Tin
ware tis koofi.m: ami sronixr. a si'EC ialtt.
Alsa kwp tha Mitthell Wagos. ui Cocrtliad Spring
Wagoni and Eoggio.
Call anil nr u. a. v. will uot be undrrwobl In thi. roua
try. Pl.UUIX A JIOVKIl.
Lrwoa, KaiUL. Xor srt, li
MASOH & EAHLffl ORGAN CO.,
IC ELST Ilia ST., (Calea Saaarr,)
liars latrojored laTaOTEaum or auuTEa rzactiraL
taltx ilorin; tba lat year than in any ahnilar periml nce
tberntrodnctionoTth. Amerkan Oran by thrm, twratj
ycara ago, aad are now rtcrlf inx from thru fac-toriea orsoa
ftcsrino tx Ckracrrr isu aictrtttrtcc ajfTTtma wtoich
ilu Birosx EtEX raotilTO, ami certain! worthy to be
ranked with Tax TKXT TVOjrr XI MC1L ttaTBtliKSTa a Tlta
W0UH act to frittl, HU. 133), t3M, ton. U-", CT0,
rOPCLAC STYLES, Incladiu-; tbe moi4 raloable of tbe
rrceat Lapmrameata, sml adapted to all aw la rdaia or
eb-2itcaMa.arat tit, Hr, tn, , m, !. HO. ra, f.
flu 1103, to t!B ami up.
MASOX Jt U.VilLIi' 0UG1X-; are awarded the only
ttnflx.7 btedxi, for laatrnmcat. of tbla claaa, Caroprwa er
Aawrlraa. at the GUEAT ITALIAN' IXDCSTEIAL EX.
11IEITI0X rtunUy cloenl at Mrni j aad hate taken tbe
HIGHEST HOX0E3 AT EVEEV OXE of the ciut
wobld'i rxDcimuL nrrmmoss for rocarcu TEaaa, Uij
fA.MiVAmcricaa Oryant wait, aaer taken ftica at any.
Sold ala. tie E.VT iMYMEXTS. or aa or-n wffl be
rented until the rrat paya for IL ILLUSTRATED CAT
ALOGUEs dearrlbi.; Moax Tlial oie Hrxvarx rrrui1,
with urtprk. and fall pt-tI--iJrrEJ;E. SmcLW.
A LEOTUEE TO YOUNG MEN
On tlicLo of
A .LeeiBrr tfct "tatret Trentment, ami
radical rare of JVmlnal Weakae-vt, or Speiiabafrlvira, tn.
duced by 2lf.Abae, larotuatary Ktniuou, Inpotcaey,
Xcrroua Urbibty. and Jiaped.nent to Jlarrias jeBcraJljj
ttruatptioov piVpT-, and Fit: Mental atd I'tvaical
Ipaefiy7x.e---Cj jamEET J. CCLVKT.LL, U. I
aotbor of tho Grern Poak, Ae.
Tbo wc-rU resowneil author, b. tbl a.lmIrH Ictare,
eleariy prove, front hi own experience, thai tbe awfoleoo
aeiuenceo of Self-AboM may be rCertaally rrntoved with
out das3TOu narical o;rratioo. bwort, inlruaint,
ring, or crdul(; poiatlnic out a ummI of cure at once cer
tain and eflectaal, by which everr utTerer. no nutter what
hi eoMitlfaii may be. Buy rare bluwelf cheaply, privaUly,
C?" Tki LrtUtrt WU ocere a loa U 0xmam4i mmd fioe.
SVnt. under eaL In a idaln knvrloML to anr addreu. oa
receipt 4" ls cent, or two puvta- Uaip. Addreaa
THE CULVJUWili MEDICAL CO,
CI Ann HI.
, new York, . l.i
l'o-t Office Iii, 4 SO.
&!i.'! ITaW iOllH
iCftj e'ifAllc P
HEENEY & LYONS.
tlUtablliheit Ih 1S70.(
SOUTHWEST corner .rth. rnklic ScOM Trev. Km
M Lou uonr.T. bn j KXn, 9 tirbatic. on" fri.tl
pfil nti. aM rrrvire IVihmiiv BOUEK CKOS.
BANKING HOUSE OF A. POULET,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
Crnrral Il.aLl.x ba.Ia.a. Iraa.arl.
" w. r. ulwih
BUSSINO & LEWIS.
JI1VSICIASS AND Sl'KOEOXS. Hl-kUnJ. Kaw
". " un"ui5 lunut-nj wrnpivu OJ w. J. Jt Jk.
J. C. MYERS.
ESIDENT DENTIST. Troy. Kaiuajt. Prompt at.
trutloa riven to sll hranrh nt th. nK..Lu, iww .
I x-mrmr, laiiuivnTUI ( JlIfnT lIOUtMI.
ill Twit Sf vrmiirc on tb thinl Moadajr o frab tooatb.
ami hitc CIwuI on tbt foanb MoihIat u nub month
P 'O'T'V- Hftblei.
1 W. B. CAMPBELL.
, WJIIVSICIA.V AMI SiriUiEON. Troy. Kaniw. fllc
i M. in Itaikhalit-r'ftbuiMiiif vrtatil4f 1'nblic Soaar.
j "P "tut. ISjanrtl.
K. S. DINSMORE,
IJIIVSICIAX AXI SUKOEOV. rmpectfully offt-r bU
. hrtrrfwunal m rvirci tu the ritUrtM of Troy and anr.
tualinzrounlrT. 0:lir .q U.ior Mmth of Itjm' Hani
wr S(.v. 3prfl
WILLIAM II. COE. M. D '
IIIVSKIAN' ANI SL'KGEO.V, Umlplian, Kna.
DR. L. M. BENNETT.
UEMIIEXT DEXTIST. SVrrnuwr, Kiou Offif.
evrr Ciirti. JL Franklin. Irnz Stur.. I will wait on
prrwn. within l..ntTmil.& Witrk nnloQr lobemn
luWappnutnl. Th. It of Trfrrrnc. All work war
rantrtl 1 O. lot IOiL Suct.17.
J. J. BAKER.
VTTllRXKV AT LAW. Troj. Kanu OlBc. with
B. A. SEAVErT
VTTUI-XKV AT LAW. id rilUNTV ATTORSEV.
I)ih. in I'ouit Itiiut. Tr.-. Kaniu. IIJanl,
! t. RTAV o, x. WOOD.
RYAN & WOOD.
VTTORXEVS AT LAW. Troy, Kauaa. Oflif. Hrt
iN.ir north of UanL, up .tain. lan!L
w. i. nvtn. arnrr. wtmi-iMit
WEBB & WILKINSON.
VTTOKXEYS AT LAV, Tror. Kanu Offic. o.
Van Uiukirk i. ItrrckmrUlce a ator..
Mr. M will bo in Troj Kriilay anil Satutilar of oae
wr.lt, nnlU ho rrtnorir, brre prrmanratlr. lumchsl.
S. L. RYAN.
TTDlt.VEV AT LAW, AXII KEAL ESTATE ANtl
1- CULLECTItXAIiEXT.rVrrranr.,Kan.aa. 1-robatr
N. B. WOOD,
t. TTOIUJEV AND L'OUXSELUII AT LAW. Troj
J. Kajliua. 3Jon.ro.
THOS. W. HEATLEY.
4 TTOKXEV AT L.VW AND MITAItT PUBLIC.
. Othre In th. Ciirt lloiur, Troy, KanmM.
VTTIICXKr AT LAW. Troy, Kaiuaa. Offir. .nth
UM. of lublic Sjuarr. rjan9,
A TTORXEV AT L.VW, Tror. Kamua. Will prartlrt
.m- la the Mrrrral Court, of the Stale. 3fcbo.
PIERCE & HEATH.
VrrORXEVS AT LIW. Win practice la AirhL-on.
JroVrMin, Doniphan, ami aujoUun Conntira. Offi.
conT Ith ami Comntrrrial btrnta, ovrr Webtr'a, Atrhl
aon, KaniM. "June!.
F. H. DRENNINO.
VTTOlaTEV AT LAW. Watbrna. Kanaaa. ADkfai
bnnines. will he rarrfully attrwloil to. QOjanTs.
J. A. CAMPBELL,
-VTOTAI'Y ITBLIC, Kerrranre. Kanua. CouWUnic
ll ilone, ami rrauttanrr. promptly nuute. Ionla, Mort.
Ezr. and otbrr ln.tnim.nt. of writing properlr drawn.
R. M. WILLIAMS.
"4TOTARV rfllLIC. COXVErAXCEC. AND KEAL
11 Enute Aernt White Cloud. KajouM. Taxr. paid for
non-rmitlrntti, landa oiratrd, and u!a of rni ntate mad.
at rraiMinable rate ymch71.
4 CirriOXEER, Troy, Kuw. Wm att. HieM
m. all part, of tlie County. Charcea reaaooablo
IT LEADS THE WORLD!
TH M 3UXaX3Fg. f-!TC3-EI
I tbe only all ftteel. double feed, high arm, aelf tlireadlng,
ISiocrr balance.1 bott, lisbt runnlns ilachlao In tho
I abn.aentbc (1KXUIXK SINOEKand IKJUESTia
t KBee at renimleoce, one mile anatb of Tror.
March I, le-O-ly J IL UAVXAED. Aent
lt dam. Fannie Eiar.
by UI &Mton i M daa,
8ae Hartley, by Gazan j
3d dam. browner, by
Mer Uodda. by Wr
Attbey. Will find n
Uruca' Mod Coak, 3d
roIuBe, Ilia colt ar
of flno aiza. and rood
bred bono will mako
tba taeaMoa of letd it T.
J. MtCrrary'a, Hixb
Und. at IU to inauro
marea with faaL. Good
. w.m v-a .v .
ki aaarco iron a tuwaaca.
will be aaaamed for ac-
. z. " efcie or eacapo.
-.nj v arii tmaaa MW, -"-, VI w Irrn DUI, ut JaaVITR(
with or remored from tba Mate.
UncliSino. T. J. McCHEAB7,
PALMER & ORTON,
Manufacturers of and Dealer In
Have a Ute atock of XATIVE LUMBER afl thi
aeaonn a aawlnx. aaxl well waoaed. which tber eflcr to tbo
public at prkeM Iowa tbelowcet. Kemem tbo place,
Saw Hill oh the L,etee,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
"ot. !, lirt.
J. W. PRY,
WILL bare General Ctmtmhitm Ptock 8oJoatko
aeroful Katunlay of each anonth. at Screrance. bexfn
BlnsatlOo'ckck.A.M. Ncit Sle will be --
SATUCDAr, J CNR 9, 1X
Gunmlotbrn ieaKMiabIe, and custom wJIcited. Penona
from adiattanco wbhinjc alock wild, can obtain fOMtora near
tb city en icawnaUe term. Will attend aaie tbroufbout
tb country., when detdndv
I have alto ma 1C00 acre of land In Doniphan. Brown
and Nemaha CouaUea, to nell on fmnaLaian, purl tmprored
farm, ud part rarant bind. For farther IntiinDatiwa, rat
on or addrraa
J. W. PRV.
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