Newspaper Page Text
EMPORIA. NET? 8
FRIDAY. NOVEMBERS, 1877.
Pope Pint ! not dead yet.
Ingereoll declines the Mission to
Berlin. - - -
The Cincinnati Enquirer say Sen
ator Jonea has aold bis silrer mining;
The people of Indiana ' propose to
raise (200,000 to erect a monument to
On the 16th the gas bolder of the
new gas works at Indlanopolla explo
ded, throwing masses of Iron 200 feet
high. Loss $15,000.
The Jermyn coal mine at Scran ton,
Pa bad a fire damp explosion on the
15th, which killed a number of men
and beys and Injured other. .
Field, Leiter & Co., of Chieajro,
hare rented the immetise exhibition
building for their store.
It loots aa thonsrh the Rjeslan
bear would bare a good' tbanksgiy
log dinner off Turkey after all.
The richest gold and silver mines
on record are said to bare just been
discorered near Ariqulpa, not far
from Valparaiso, South America.
President Hayes baa notified the
army that he Is determined to stop
its general drunkenness, and
no one will be pardoned for
Of the 150 members of the Missis
sippi legislature, 154 are Democrats
and two Republicans.' The latter
should Insist upon being conciliated
with the control of ball the appoint
The annual message of President
Hayes and the report of Secretary
Sherman, are to take strong ground
in favor of the resumption law, and
oppose any financial legislation ia
behalf of legal tender paper money
President McMahon of France
bat finally bad. to give way to
the demands. oC .the. Republicans,
aid his cabinet baa resigned In or
der that he may form a new one
more in consonance with popular
On the 15 th an earthquake was
felt through Illinois, Indiana, Ne
braska, the northern part of Kansas
down to Topeka, Dacotab,and some
other states and territories. No
damage was done, but the shocks
were very perceptible.
F. P. Baker, of the Topeka Com
monweallb, has sued the Kansas
City Times, for $20,000 damages for
libel In the statements Inrolylng
him in the murder of J. C Swayze
at Topeka, last spring. The Times
proposes to "deny the allegation and
defy the alligator."
Congressman Smalls, of South
Carolina, has been convicted by the
courts of that State of bribery, and
sent to the penitentiary for a term
of years. Ills guilt is anquestion
able, but Washington telegrams
say the llouse does not propose lo
expel him, and that he proposes to
draw bis Congressional salary while
In the penitentiary. Any member
of the liens who would not rote
to expel Mr. Smalls deserves to be
seat to the penitentiary to keep
A Washington, telegram of the
12th, which has not been contradic
ted, says :
The war department Issued an
order to-day, taking off the next
number of the Army register all
mention of battles of the rebellion.
At present the name of each regi
ment in the roster is preceded by
names of the battles in which it has
taken part, beginning in some eaaee
with early lndlan!wars, with others
In the war of 1812 and running on
through the war of the rebellion.
The present order erases all the lat
ter and Is in the same spirit aa the
famous resolution introduced by
Sumner, erasing names of battles of
the rebellion from battle-flags of
If anybody wants reconciliation
carried any further than this, will
they please state what would be
satisfactory to our southern breth
Judge llorton received a majority ol
nearly 700 in Atchison county, his
home. This shows what the people
think ot biaa where be has resided for
the past twenty years.
The Philadelphia board of trade
petitions : Congress to ' fnnd the
greenbacks in 4 per cent. 40 year
gold bonds, until the amount out
standing is . reduced to a figure
which the treasury-can redeem in
gold. This is the only practical way
to "resume," and it is time that re-
sumptionists everywhere saw- and
The Hartford Couranc claims that
the correct figures "of the Connecticut
Legislature are these : ' Senate, 13 Re-1
publicans, 8 Democrats , House, .137
Republicans, 109 Democrats; Repub
lican majority on jo'nt ballot, 33.
Telegrams of the 17th assert that
the Sultan bad presided over a grand
council ot war at Constantinople,
which bad agreed to make peace if
honorable terms would be granted by
Russia, and that the good ofices of I
England were to be asked to bring
about an armistice.
Large delegations of bankers from
New York, Boston and other eastern
cities are at Washington laboring with
Congress and the President against the
bills to remonetize eilv er and repeal
the resumption law, and their presence
Is having a marked effect on pending
financial legislation. . . ;.
Kansas leads every State In the Un
ion in the yield of corn per acre, being
43.5 bushels. Little New Hampshire,
strange to say, comes next, with a yield
of 42. Vermont lollows with 39; Ohio,
38. 7 ; Wisconsin 34 ; Indiana, Iowa,
and Nebraska, 30; Michigan, 29 ; Mis
souri, 27.8 Minnesota, 25.4; Texas
and Illinels, 25 each.
Mr. Joyce, of-Vermont, has intro
duced Into the House a bill to appoint
five members to thoroughly investi
gate the , liquor trafflo and its results
on the welfare of the people, and to
collect all the statistics possible on the
subject. This is a good work, and U it
is performed will show a most terrible
array of evidence against king alcohol.
The candidates on the Democratic
SUte ticket in Pennsylvania are elect
ed by the following pluralities, respect
ively: 620; 9,901; 8,968. -The to
tal vote for treasurer was 674,011, di
vided as. follows: Rep. 241,810; Dem.
251,071; Greenback, 62,854; Prohibi
tion, 2271. The total vote last fall
was 728,786, divided as follows: Hayes,
384422 ; Tilden, 333,158 ; Cooper, 7,187 ;
The Turkish treasury is so empty
that it recently coflld not raise 1 20,000
to somplete the purchase of some rl
flea. Chevket Pasha baa been remov
ed and is succeeded by Chaskle Pasha.
The Russians have made an assault on
Kara, but were repulsed. On the 15th
they summoned Oaman Pasha to snr
sendrr at Plevena, but be refused.
The Russian force nearErzeroum is
not over 25,000, which is inadequate to
besiege that city. The Russians would
have assaulted Kara on the 13tb, but a
violent storm prevented. . The Rus
sian minister of war bas ordered the
mobollzation of the entire remainder
of the army.
Kara was captured by assault on
Sunday, the 18th. 15,000 Russians
cllmbeM the steep and rocky ram
parts and after a desperate fight,
overpowered the Turkish garrison
and captnred the city with all it
contained, including 309 - cannon
and a large quantity of war mater
ial, and provisiona and 5,000 pria-
nera. No one waa killed after the
Turks surrendered, and no massacre
of the inhabitants took place. . Gen
Melekoff and Grand Duke MIchae
directed the assault. This is the
greatest victory the Russians have
gained. Kara ia the strongest Turk
leh position In Asiatic Turkey, and
the loss of its war material was of
itself a very damaging blow to the
Turks. .The Russians will now be
free to move against Mnkhtar Pasha,
Ia European Turkey the Cossacks
report that they have captured
Rosalie pass in the Balkans. The
Russians predict the speedy capture
of Osman Pasha's army in Plevena.
The Russians armies on the Dan
ube number 280,000 and the Turkish
240,000 men. The Russians lost
2,600 men at the capture of Kara.
They haye now summoned Ezreoum
to surrender, and are rapidly sur
rounding that city.
Tote of Kaaio.
The figures from the counties report
ed, all official, foot op as follows :
Chikv Justice Horton, Rep., C2,-
5S9; Wagstaff, Dem., 25,303 ; Kigs,
Greenback, 9.C33 ; Horton'a plurality
over WagsUfT, 37,291 ; majority oyer
both, 27,553 ".
Likot. Governoh Humphrey. Rep.
61,302; Wattereon, Dem., 25,143: II ad-
ley, Greenback, 9,361; Humphrey's
plurality over Watterson, 36,159 ; ma
jority over both. 27,798. .
Smith and Marion, two counties not
yet heard from, polled a total
votes In 1876. of which number
State Item aad Note.
Prentirwill write a book.-
Atcbiaon is to have a linseed oil
m an n factory.
Everybody in' Mitchell coanty is
Accidents from earclVss handling
ot fire-arms are rrnortrd from all
over the slale.- - K
Aa Atchison firm band 'etL.13 .000
boshela of 15 ix seed last car.
.Osasre county ex peels to receive
of 2,358 1 $40,000 for its coal ere this month
er 1,591 j At 'the lalo etectlon the lead info-
Washington, Nov. 16, 1877.
The Senate has passed both tbe
army and navy appropriation billf,
the latter without amendments. As
theamendments to the armv bill
do not radically change it, we ex
pect tbe House to concur directly or
through a conference committee in
a few days. There is great need of
improvement in our mode of enact
ing laws. We should not only have
a vote of "ayes" and
were Republican, 45 Democratic, and
122 Greenback. . - -
Tbe total vote of the State, last year
was 124,000, as follow : Hayes, 78,322;
Tilden, 37,902; Cooper, 7,776. The
total vote this year will be about 100,-
000. The Republican majority, this
year is, in proportion to tbe total vote
cast, fully as large aa last year. . . -
Topeka, Kan.. Nov. 17. The re
port of the Kansas State Agricultu
ral society for tbe moDtnt ot'Ao
gust, . September and October, is
jost ant. It shows an acerage in
winter wheat sown this fall or
1,243,516, being an Increase of. 45
per cent, over last year, and the
condition is 25 per cent, above a
fair average, and more than that
above the average of last year. The
total number of bushels of winter
wheat harvested this year is ,714,
171, and of spring wheat, 3,518,836.
The acreage in Indian 'corn this
year was 2,563,112, and the bushels
harvested 103,565,646, the - average
yield being 40 bushels, against ' 43
per acre last year.
The acreage ia oats thia year is
ing town of Enrpire Oily polled
310 votes and Cfifp&l
A school teacher at- Qswgo haa
been fined $31 for maltreating and
unmercifully whipping popils.
Mrs. Poteka, living near Kirwin,
Phillips county, was . burned to
death by a prairie 'fire last- Satur
day. ' .:.'if
, 1. i t,, ),.
Seventeen thousand acres have
been sown to wheat fu. one town
ship in Shawnee county this fall.
Wakefield has aVclreuIaliug libra
Clay county has a -Gerrhau immi
gration association. v '"
The Oswegd breVery bas been
seized by the United States tnarehal
for eyadlng revenue, payment.
W. J. Polly has just been re-elec
ted clerk of,. Dickinson ; county for
the fourth time. , y -
The Solomon-. 4-aUfQad company
are now surveying their line from
oi -in i . i i... i . .v I o-il . '-ii. ..lTOT, " S
oi,uia icos luau last yesvr, vut tus ouivuiuu vsiij iu. atoiuh.
t . i i i . a 1 i - i , . -
Work on the Kansas . City, Bur-
nuuiber of bushels harvested was
334,976 more. . .- - s , , -
Notwithstanding - the . reported
loss of live Biock aad. hoars from
disease during tbe fall, reports from .
every county in tbe State ahow that
tbe loss bas been comparatively
small and tbe diseaee has almost en
tirely abated. .
Tbe Atchison Champion comes to us
in new type. It is one of the hand
somest papers in the West, and is, as It
always has been, one of the best and
most reliable dallies 'in the' Missouri
valley. It devotes much space to the
interests of Kansas, gives full tele
graphic reports, and haa a better Wash
ington correspondent than any of our
Kansas or Missouri dallies. It ought
to have a good circulation in Southern
Tbe suicide of W. F. Coolbaugh,
President of the Union National bank
ef Chicago, seems to have been an un
accountable event. He was fifty-six
years old, wealthy, surrounded by ev
ery luxury, enjoyed tbe confidence
and esteem of ail who knew him, In
cluding tbe financial circles from New
York to San Francisco. His affairs
and those of tbe bank were In the best
shape. He shot himself at tbe foot of
the monument of Stephen A. Douglas,
whose friend he waa when the states
man lived. -No satisfactory reason haa
yet been given for the act by which
he blotted bis useful life out of exis
tence. There Is a hint of domestic
trouble. This. may yet be the key to
the tragedy. We see the rich, appa
rently in the enjoyment of all that the
heart could desire, but we do not know
of the skeletons within their bouses.
His loss hss cast a deep gloom over
Chicago, He was the 'founder of tbe
great bank ot which he was President.
He bad made a fortune by bis own ex
ertions and was a self made man.
COIN AHD IsUaJLlOX.
The Treaaatry Citateaaeaa Die
eected. Washington, Nov. 16.
In response to the resolution of the
House; tbe Secretary of the' Treasury
to-day transmitted to that body a state
ment of the amount of coin and bullion
in the Treasury at the close of business
on !the 31st of October. 1877. The
amounts are giyen as follow :
OaM rain In Treaanrv. Sab Treas
uries, and mints $101,486,961
Gold bars in Treasury, 8ub-Troas-
oriee and mints 8,588,692
Gold bullion (estimated) In mints 8,100,000
Hilvet bullion B.ftWOT
Kiir naim in TrauiuT. Hub-Treas
uries and mints S.479,137
Total coin and bullion $111,451,180
There are also in band, counted as coin, the
Vrariinml enmneT. redeemed in
ilver I. .625
Coin certificates in Treasury offices 17,436,4;
Coin interest coupons and checks S7U,SUtt
Notes of national g-old banks reduc-
lnr circulation, ete 8,423
Silver coin, etc . m transit 449,233
Grand total , $13565.577
The family of the late Commo
dore Vanderbilt have begun a ault
before the Surrogate's Court In
New York to break the will which
made Wm.U. Vanderbilt the main
heir to his father's' vast wealth.
They reveal aa infamous family
history, and propose to prove that
the late head of the family was
man who kept lewd women in his
own house, sent his first wife to an
insane asylum while abe was in full
possession of her senses, so that he
would not be annoyed in his indul
gences, that hia second wife waa a
creature of bis son William's, and
under the latter'a influence entirely,
and that William achemed for 25
years to pander to bis father's vices
so as to become the heir, and refus
ed to protect ths mother because he
could not afford to jeopardise his
interests. Altogether, aa tbe Trib
une remarks, the public may pre
pare to be thoroughly disgusted
with a family washing of the big
gest basket of very dirty family
crimes ever carried on before the
Fort Edward Institute, New York,
burned last Monday evening. 200
students were in attendance and
most of them lost their clothing
books and valuables. Loss $125,000;
insured at $90,000.
Border City cotton mill No. 1, in
Fall River, Mass., was destroyed
by fire on the 17th. "Loss ea mills
and cloth $150,000, aad 150 people
thrown out of employment. Ori
gin of fire unknown.
The extensive rubber factory of
Candee Ss Co., Falls River, Masaa
chusetts, was burned Monday, Nov.
19. Loss, 1500,000; Insured $325,000.
300 men and 500 women are thrown
out of employment. The girls had
fortunately quit at 3 p. tn. for lack
of work. It is feared that some of
the men were burned to death' as a
number were serloasly injured ia
escaping the rapid progress of the
The immense dry goods establish
ment of Field, Leiter & Co- of
Chicago, was destroyed by fire last
Friday. The "low on stock- -was
about $1A0,(XA insured for $960,
000, and the loss on building $250.
000, Insured for $200,000. .Two fire
men were killed by the falling of a
water una: from - tna roof throurb
the floors. The building was own
' ed by the Blnger tie wing machine
Company, and will be rebuilt. 600
cr 700 people weie thrown out of
employment. - :
We have received a copy ol tbe Con
gressional Record of Nov. 7, contain
ing Hon. W. A Phillips' speech In fa
vor ot the bill to repeal the third sec
tion of the resumption law. While Mr.
Phillips' time -was too short to admit of
an exhaustive analysis ef the impor
tant questions Involved in the bill, his
speech is a very clear and succinct ex
position of prominent facts relative to
the resumption law and its effects on
the country, and tbe tone of bla re
mirks is firm and positive in favor of
the greenback side of . the question.
Any of our readers who may wish to
read Mr. Phillips' speech can undoubt
edly have it mailed to them by sending
bim a postal card request for it . He
speaks the views of the majority of the
people of Kansas on thia subject, in a
manner which is creditable to both
them and himself.
jLylasr A beat
Kansas is new of age and able to de
fend herself. Correct Information
about her is widely diffused, and the
occasional ridiculous lies about her in
the East need no denial for Intelligent
people. It is rarely now-a-days we pay
any attention to such reports. But we
give roam to the following from the
Manhattan Industrialist, In answer to
misrepresentations of our State by
wardering mendicants in tbe East.
We presume the Industrialist refers to
the silly falsehoods published by a cor
repondentln an obscure Philadelphia
paper, called the Record, if we remem
ber correctly, .
There are always scores of Items
floating through oof papers of which
we think but little, but which, if fath
ered together,: would be a iortresso
iefense azainst that Chan's wilea. For
example be opens out tbe Great Amer
ican desert, one aide of which be pins
to tbe dome of the State Capital, and
books toe otner on .Tike's r"eak, aver
ring that nothing will grow in that
territory except sand fiiea. And yet
away out in Russet eonnty, Mr. J.W.
van Bceyoce wneat field avenured
twenty -seven bushels to the acre ; and
uh county reports lajosv acres In
fall wheat. .
Another of hta yarns Is that Kansas
wont raise fruit; and yet Mr. Barns,
of Douglas county, baa just aold 6,000
bushels of apples at forty-flvo cents
per bushel, and Senator Wella, of Pet
tawatomto -county will realize 36,000
from- bU- orchard. Another is that
Kansas is a bad Stats for hog raising;
and the Drover's Joaraal says that ow
ing to the great excellency f tbe hogs
received from Kansas and Nebraaka,
bayers are anx.lona to secure them, as
they are ahacst always healthy, active
and well bred. . Another la that Kan
sas cant raise enough to feed Its own
peculation ; and yet tbe - National
Board of Agriculture Mftmata our
last crop at $70,000,000 and of the live
stock at $30,000,000 more. Another Is
that business Is depressed ; and yet
every railroad haa a srreatsr passenger
and freight traffic than ever before,
while every kind of business is more
active than for years.
The coin balance of the Treasurer's gen
eral account, aa per October debt state-
ment. was C131.022.843. The difference
between this balance and the grand total
above stated, is accounted for by sundry
items, such as outstanding; gold checks,
amounts in banls ot disbursing officers.
and coin items received at certain offices,
but not charged out or the accaunt oi om
cers making remittance. The amount of
aold and silver coin and bullion nominal
ly en hand as above, $117,251,181, is re-
Unced i.y the balance in transit $449,233,
and ny ine ainerence netween me Dai
ance of remittance 41,433,051, showing
that the actual amount oi coin and bul-1
ion on hand is $1166763. This amount
is subject to dratt for the following
amounts: Debts contracted prior to lttsi,
matured and Interest thereon unpaid,
S01.839: called bonds matured ltmand
subsequently, and unpaid interest there
on, $27,194,011; interest due and unpaid.
$8,674,900; coin certificates outstanding,
less amounts held in coin items, zio,iui
180; disbursing officers accounts, checks
outstanding;, etc- $3,109,685, which, be-
inr deducted from coin and bullion actu
ally on hand, leaves a balance of $t5,913,
baa. Of above amount, there is in silver
coin and estimated silver bullion, $8,477,.
&14. The net amount available aold coin.
bars and estimated gold bullion, is there-
An accompanying letter from U. 8.
Treasurer Gllflllsn, explains that in the
first portion of thia statement, silver coin
and bullion are included because the com
balance of the Treasury is made up of ail
ver coin and bullion In the bullion fund,
which Is a part of the balance, and cannot
be given in detail with accuracy, except
in ine annual mint statement, wnicn
takes place in July, as bullion containiqg
stiver is not separated in the second por
lion of statement. Accrued interest is
not charged against gold coin in the
Treasury, for the reason that not being
due, it Is not a. demand obligation, but
will be met as it becomes proper, from
time to time, by coin receipts of the gov
This exhibit shows, therefore, that
the government now owns gold coin to
the amount of $57,436,071, less interest
due op to Oct. 31. The amount of this
interest due' Is not given, but if It ag
gregates $30,000,000, which la very
probably a moderate figure, tbe total
amount of gold coin and bullion op
band Available for resumption pur
poses, is, say $27,000,000. The highest
hard money7: authority is David A
Wells, and in his letter to the Cincin
nati Commercial, opposing the remon-
etization of silver, be said that resump
tion in gold could not be effected with
less than $300,000,000 gold coin on
band. - now Secretary Sherman can
accumulate $273,000,000 in gold In the
next 14 months, Is something that he
does not undertake to explain. Our
only purpose however, In giving the
above figures, Is to show that the
monthly statements of the treasury are
pt to mislead people Into supposing
there is a great deal more coin on hand
than there really Is, for the figures in
the last statement given, show $135,-
65,577 coin on hand, whereas there Is
really not more, and probably a good
deal less than $27,000,000 available for
It may be added that the report
or the comptroller or the cur
rency in regard to the condition
of the 2,080 National banks in the
country oa Oct. 1st, 1877, show that
they had coin on hand aa follows i
Gold coin, 4.8C9.S56; silver coin,
3,700,703. Tney had also National
bank notes outstanding to , the
amount of $291,874,236. The Na
tional treasury haa now about one
gold dollar to tan dollars in green
backs out, and the National banks
have one gold dollar to about sixty
dollars in bank notes out. Or in
aggregate) numbers the Government
and banks have $22,000,000 gold on
hand to redeem $75)00,000 of paper
with. Hedemption will be per
fectly easy If people will just re
frain from asking for gold in ex
change for paper. - -.
ProceediKK of Ceagress.
" Wednesday) nov. 14.
The Vice President appointed Mr.
Voorhees of Indianna to the commit
tee on pensions and transportation
The House ordered the judiciary
committee to Investigate the case of
Eober t Smalls, of South Carolina, Im
prisoned for bribery, and report wheth
er a member of tbe House can be im
prisoned by State courts. The bill, to
repeal tbe resumptlou law was deba
ted and House adjourned.
Thubsdat, Nov. 15.
In tbe Senate Mr. Dawes presented
a petition from 43 national banks of
Boston against the bill to remonetize
silver, on the ground that they held
many millions of government bonds,
the value of which would be deprecia
ted by such a bill. Mr. Eaton intro
duced a plan to count disputed electo
ral votes, by providing for tribunals in
each State to be appointed one year in
advance of presidential elections.
In the House the committee on mile?
age reported back adversely the bill to
allow members mileage for the extra
session. The committee oa foreign
affairs recommended tbe appropria
tion of $160,00 for the Paris exposition,
including the establishment there of a
kitchen to show Europeans how to
cook corn meal. Resumption law bill
debated the rest of the day.
Friday, Nov. 16.
In the Senate Mr. Davis of West
Virginia called up his hobby of Invest
igating discrepancies in the books of
the treasury department, and made a
speech thereon. Mr. Id galls introduc
ed a bill to repeal the law authorizing
the coinage of silver pieces. Adjourn
ed to Monday:
Various bills were introduced into
the House, which devoted most of the
day and an evening session, to deba
ting the bill to repeal the resumption
law. Garfield, Ewing, Backner, Hen
derson, Townsend, Muldron, Wright,
Crittenden, Herbert, Cannon, Hewitt,
Keller, Dunnell, Sampson and Lorlng
unloaded their minds on tbe subject,
and House adjourned. -
SatubpaYj Nov. 17,
The House agreed, 134 to 130, to tiie
senate amendment to recruit the army
np to 23,000 men. Mr. Stephens, of
Georgia, introduced a new finance bill,
being a modified form of the 3 :65 inter-
covertible bond and currency plan.
The bill to appropriate $160,000 for rep
resentation at the Paris exposition was
discussed. Adjourned. : .
MONDAY, NOV. 19. "'
Tbe Senate agreed to the army
bill in the shape it came but from
tbe House and it went to the Presi
dent for bis approval. Tbe Finance
committee reported no progress on
tbe silver bill except that it had
struck: out tbe free coinage olause.
Chauncy L. Filly was confirmed as
postmaster of 8t. Louis. Adjourn
ed. , .
The House discussed the ; Paris
Exposition bill. A motion to strike
out the enacting clause was defeat
ed. 86, all democrats, voting Aye
a nd 133 nay. No other business.
TUESDAY, NOV. 20. ' ; '
Tbe Senate Finance committee
resolved 4 to 3, sgalnst amendments
to the silver bill to limit the legal
tender amount of silver. It adopt
ed an amendment to limit the coin
age to $4,000,0C0 per month, indefi
nitely, and then postponed further
consideration of the bill nntll Dec.
la The Senate appointed Davis of
West Va., Beck, Allison, Jngalls
and Cameron of N. to examine
the book of the Treasury 'depart
ments. Adjourned:' ' '
The llouse passed the bill to ap
propriate $160,000 for American
Commissioners to the Paris Exposi
tion, by a vote of 129 to 124. Ad
jonrned. 4 -
Lawbince. Kas.. Not. 15. Oa-
burn Shannon, Esq , attorney ' for
Hon. J. C Horton, has filed on be
half of his client, a statement of
his intention to contest the election
of James E. Watson to the office of
county treasurer. The contest is
made on the strength of the alleged
ineligibility of Mr. Watson, he hav
ing held the office two terms, the
time allowed by law, followed by a
term of only a few weeks, during
which time his deputy held the of
fice. . The. case is the first of the
kind ever tried in the State.
Telegrams of the 17th : - The Peo
ple's Savings bank, Newark, New
Jersey, has ' suspended ; liabilities,
$50,000. . The report of .heavy runs
being made on the banks ot Bead
ing, Pa Is contradicted.' The bank
ing house of Kinney & Co., Ports
month, Ohio, has suspended. The
Union Market National bank, of
Waterto wn, Mass, is oa the point
of collapsing, and the. stockholders
have agreed to assess $20 .per share
to replenish Its funds.' . .
lingtoo and Santa. Fo railroad, be
tween Williamsburg and. Burling
ton, is progressinj rapidly.. 7 ,
Thomas DougIas,A colored: man,
was elected justice of the peace in
Alma. He was tbe nominee of the
Al. Trazell, of Clay Center, while
Intoxicated, fell from a wagon near
Clyde, on - Tuesday last, and . was
From one hundred to one hund
red and fifty wagon loads ef erai
grants for Kansas have been cross
ing, the 'Missouri river at Si. Jo
seph daily for a month past..
Tbe Kansas rolling miU'company,
at Itosedale, are bow making be
tween ninety and one hundred tens
of rails every twenty-four hours,
and between ten and fifteen tons of
fish-plate." !' v
W. B. Strong, the new general
manager of the .Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Fe road, will enter npon
his duties about the 1st of "Decern
ber. He is to be paid $12,000 a year
for three years' work, and a bonus
of $10,000 beside. The public can
foot the bill, of course.
. The American' Agriculturist says
that 'just now the most profitable
wheat growing is in central Kan
sas, where msny persons are' large
ly cultivating , this crop with con
siderable profit. There fall wheat
is considered a anre crop."
Among tbe bonds recently pur
chased by the .state treasurer for the
state normal school fund, is a bond
issued to John J. Ingalls on a terri
torial warrant ''issued to bim for
services as a member of the Wyan
dotte constitutional convention in
The mill of Mr. Wiley, on the
Marias des Cygne river, ten miles
east of Pleasantoa, was torn , to
pieces last Saturday by tbe explo
sion of the boiler. A son of Mr.
Wiley and a man named Dayton
were killed and several others in
jured. : :
An irate woman at Independence
drew a revolver on the editor of tbe
Tribone one day last week, and de
manded a retraction of hia charge
that she was a boot to establish a saw
loon and dance-house In that place,
He denies having made any retrac
tion, and says he "still lives."
A man ia Riley county, one day
last week, bagged nine rabbits, kill
ed twenty-OBezekuQ.ka, and .treed
and caught a wild cat.'
The Record 3ay s that a great ma
ny of the citizens -of Beloit will be
compelled to use corn fr fuel this
winter, owing to the ; scarcity of
wood. V ;
A snake sixteen feet long, with a
body 'larger than -a stove pipe, is
frightening people In the neighbor
hood ol St. Bridget,Marshalpounty.
Mary Forsythe, who was abduc
ted two years ago from her parents
af Clay Center and taken to Ohio,
was returned to them one day last
week. ' She is a bright ttn-year old
Kiti..;; -v.;: .i: ,.v..- .
A lad aged about fourteen years,
son of 1m B. Rand, near Wabaunsee,
had an arm ' shot off Satarday of
last week, by the con'tentaof a, shot
gun,"frotn his own carelessness.
. James Miller, a young: man aged
twenty -one, years, waa killed near
Louisville, Pottawatomie county.
one day last week by the " accidental
discharge of a. gun',' which he was
drawing toward him with the muz
zle pointed at his breast.
Qn Wednesday night of last
week as George Egart, while very
urunK, .was driving a team, It raibf
away about fonr miles from Louis
ville and threw Egart and a com
paniou who was also drunk, out of
the , wagon. . ' Egart v?as killed but
his companion was anburt.
"During the month of October the
shlpnfents In car load lots of gra!n
and stock' from Clay Center were
aa follows : wheat, '60; rye, SO ;
barley, 30; chops, 26; broom corn,
C; corn, 18 ; oats, 1 ; . castor beans, 1 ;
lumber,! ; .floor, 2 ; hogs, (416 head),
8; caltle.(-i? bead), 3. Total, 232
The Louisville Reporter says that
a resident of .the Vermillion valley,
on his -retarq fjcom a visit to his
friends ia Iowa, ; procured a bottle
of 'whiskyj-or which ha imbibed
pftftty freely, 'became boisterous,
offered to cut his wifc's throat with
is jack-knife, aha only saving her
life' by jumping from the 'wagon
and escaping to a , farm house near
by. He snapped his gua . at ber as
she ran, aad -declared ha would
shoot her.,'i,s, -
every .measure which invols ap
propriation -of money, but abunld
confine 1 appropriation acts exclu
sively to that t purpose. In this
array bill Senator Thnrman very
properly condemned the addition
thereto, by amendment, of matters
purely legislative aud which should
be first matured in the committee
to which such in titers belong. For
instance, tbe bill makes apprupu
Mon fur support of certain regl-
menls of cavalry, aud then dirtcts
the disposal of the troops in a man
oer, which, Mr. Thurman claimed,
wae in gross usurpation of tbe
rights of the military committee
whose duty was to mature and re
port all such measures.
The demonetisation of silver was
first rendered possible by this load-
iug an appropriation bill with a leg
islatlve burden belong alone to the
committee on finance to determine,
and the -sooner we abandon this
mbstpernicious practice, the better
for the interests of the country,
Appropriation bills are discussed
and amended often when not nearly
a quorum of members is present.
No one is Interested enough to de
msnd a call of the House by which
the lack cf a quorum would be
shown, hence the facility with which
dangerous provisions creep into our
lawa may be appreciated, when the
people reflect that a baker's dozen
of men can determine, and often do,
the nature of these laws. But were
appropriation bills restricted closely
to providing means for the Execu
tlee officers to disburse and tbe di
rector neede thereof left to the prop
am AArn in 1 1 loaa aa w I nrAPO 4 Vi a UoOn"
and "nays" oompulsory requisite to
passage of tbe bill, we fear the trade
of public filchers by means of vie
ions laws would be narrowed down
to a small point ; so small that the
lobby would nearly lose its power
. Whether Congress will adjourn
as soon as tbe army and navy ap
propriation bills are finally diepesed
of is still undetermined. The pres
sure -for immediate adjournment
comes mostly from those whose
homes are within a day's ride of tbe
Capitol, while those more removed
who would have little time to spend
at home prior to December 3, the
beginning of the regular cession,
are more inclined to worx than to
remain here doing nothing, hence
we look for a recess of a few days
Mr. Bland's silver bill will be
badly punished in the Senate, for
there is a strong feeling among
many of the Senators to give it a
black-eye. New York and Phila
delphia sent large delegations of
bankers and capitalists to protest
against its passage and it seems set
tled that a material modification
will be secared. Jts free coinage
clause is doomed as the Senate will
not rescind the tbe Finance commit
tee's action wbioh struck it out and
It is very probjble that the full re
monetigation feature will be essen
tially changed, hence we opine that
Mr. Bland will hardly recognize hia
measure when it is returned him by
the Senate, as that body seems dis
posed to limit silver as a legal ten
der as well as to bar free coinage.
The fate of the anti-resumption bill
will be similar to that of Mr, Bland's,
for there is not the same desire in
the senate to change the policy of
the Government in regard to finan
ces that tbe House has evinced re
cently. Amendments will be made,
and of such nature as to most ma
terially alter the present intent of
the act. ' Hence we cannot now in
dicate for your readers that Con
gress has succeeded in fixing upon
some definite financial policy. But
the chances are that by the next let
ter we can see precisely how great is
the divergence of views between
the two Houses. There is undoubt
edly a radical difference at present
and we do not preceive how it can
be reconciled unless the llouse of
Representatives recedes materially
from its position. Felix.
Coal Lyon county and Fort Scots $5.00:
Osage shaft fS.00; McAllister. $6.50.,,
Cattle oa root Butchers par 3 to for CsS
cows; Shi to. 2 for fat steers; cxlres, S to
S.vc; sheep. Sjtf cents. s" -
Hog on foot-sx to S cents . - ; -
aKTAiL rales. !
Flour So.len'8 Kagle, $3.85 per 100 lbs: x
S3J5; sx. ?:J 00; Little Beatty, tt. lira-
Armor's Flour A A S3 5t; 4x fall $5.30 1 ix
spring fV20; Sx A3 00; ix B 3 80; graham
-00. v ,
Corn meal per lOOlbs. Bolted, $1.00; un
bolted, T5 cents. Bran, 55 cents, shorts TO e;
mixed teed 15 cts.
Fresh in-.-als ?teak. 10 to 12.y eta. per lb;
mints, 6 to li cts; boiling piece. 3 to Sets
Veal and Mutton. 6 to l-24 cent.
Batter SS cents per lb.
rgs 20 cents per doa 1 "m
Fresh Vegetables per Uudhel Peach blow
ADVERTISEMENTS. fyE CENTS A LHJF
C IY71IT a irntTrm I .
" aviwuiu XttUUU-y l-caUandsettleU-loreUieawu ofUieprent
- Mtc-iKut3u uaviofr openea the above. I omc cwta. nepecw uuy.
rainxuuiu boik-is tne patron aire of I . j. sauu CO,
the eltizena of
country. I also have eWire of the scales on I A I)AM MOHLEE, boot and shoe manu-
reiguiug will be attend-
aia avenue, wnere weiiriruiir
ed to promptly and accurately.
U- facturer,Ut Avenue, opposite poatoilicv
km porta, Kansas. g.tf
E. SMITH & WIFE
A N- HANNA is 1
, oent. interest.
potatoes, 80 cts; onions, 60 to TSc; beets, 40c;
turnips, S3 cts; sweet potatoes, $1.00; cab-
lags, 5 to 10 cts. each ; squash and pumpkins
to 10 cents eiich.
Kie.ii Fruit per Imshel Apples, 15 cents
I . $1 25.
Cranberries 11 reuis per quart.
ran -os a-id lemons, 5ti cents per tloi.
l.iv-1 l .i kviiH, $l.7.i to $2 GO per doz.
Markets by Telegraph.
NEW XORK MONEY MARKET.
Gold Opened at 10Vi and clo&ed at 102 1.8.
Loans Carrying rates 11K percent.
Loans also made flat. .
S I L v k Bars, 121 X greenbacks; 118 gold
Silver coin ii discount.
Bonds Governments Arm. Railroad bonds
active and firm. State bonds dull,
KANSAS CITY L1VK STOCK MARKET
Kansas City. November si.
The market has been rather unsatisfactory
throughout the week, both to sellers and buy.
ers, the latter seeking in vain for choice
grades and the former being farced to accept
lower figures for their common stock.
Tbe following are the
Extra Nat. steers. 1400 to 1500.
Prime av. 1310 to lfluo
Fair to good, a v. 1,150 to 1,300
iisfe mmip i$t
K money at 18 per
NXONKY TO LOAN From $500 to S5.000.
jiTXl eron fixed with preier securities h.Kl
tee me before making any arranice-
11. J5, NORTON.
With Da. J. W. TacawoarBT, First Floor,
xvi commercial as., sssnportst, aiaa ,
where we may be fonnd at all hours, day"br
nigut. tt e tauur tn piease our patrons ana
rive entire satisfaction or money refunded.
near- i-tease srive us a cau ana we will arive
you the benefit of all the latest appliances and I
improvements oi moaern aentristy. i-ti
PAGE Will take apples, wood and coal In
payment for all kinds of pictures. tM-tl
PARTIES wishing graining dune had bet-w-rcoesult
CJOLniKRS ASDP'l !.O.vS-I want to buy
kT3 additional homestaaa r-itrh. win ...i
one dollar per acre. For particulars see thu
October number of Real fctate Register.
-" a, tr. DAMKOt'T
7K miles south
a bUck yearling
O TRAY ED from my
k J ol kmnorlL in M.tf l.i
DUIH OUt-BA Wh tA nn it 1 I
""K its recovery will be sritably rewarded"
December 15, 1877, S
I lor her recovery,
UT W. . & M. t. UUUnnAN.
STRAYED From my residence on. Phenia
Creek, one llirht iiun twn.v. v,i
colt branded "O. c on left shoulder. Also
one black yearling eolt. no hranda lnr-
matioa leading to their neoven will lw. lit.
erally rewarded. R. 11. CHITTENDEN. "
'-tl Emnoria. K&no-ui.
kTOTlCE Strayed from the undersigned.
.131 six miles southeast ot Emporia, a num
ber of cattle, marked with a crop and half
crop the half crop in the UDDer Dart or th
right ear. No other brands about them .
Any miormation leading to their recoTerr
will be thankfully receive
TRAYED From Emporia.
mare colt, one year old, biased face, white
44-tf JO UN WOO
Native feederf. av. I,0U to l.MW..
Native stookers, av.SQO to 1.0U0..
native oows, extra
Native cows, fair to xood
Native caws, scaUr-v:,;?
winterea lexas stooi-s, good
Wintered Texas stoerk , luc-diuiu.
Wintered Texas Cows . .-.
Through Texas Cows
rurougn Texas steers
Native oxer, fair to good
allien cows, eacu
Colorado Native steers
Colorado Texas steers
Colorado hall-breed steers
This branch ot tbe live rtock market has
ruled dull all the week, and prices have ad'
vanced a triflo from, tuc Queuing, although
there ware very few sold on tbe yards. Pack.
ers have been unable to obtain half enough
to support their wants and were compelled
to send out buyers themselves, so that of the
3,000 head received, about three fourths went
direct to packing houses. The prospect all
along for the past few months have seemed
favorable for low prices this fall, but recently
corn bas show a strong upward tendency.
and if iarmers are able to hold on long enough
it is possibe that prices will aain advance.
xue loiiowing were $ne
Medium to choice packers. $4 050415
Light bacon . M 0u4 OB
Blockers 876 00
Receipts have been very heavy, but the de
nuil here is quite light, only a lew small lots
selling to butchers, and most of the arrivals
have been shipped.
Choice muttons $1 50(33 00
tommoa i &owxou
BOB8K AND HULK M1EIIT.
Tuerehas been a fair demand for mules du
ring the past week, and several loads have
been shipped westward, but prices rule low,
Horses are d.(Ul and beooming cheaper every
day. Following, etc.:
Auction horses and ponies $ 20a 60
Auction hordes and ponies, extra 40a 75
Plug hqrses, very common SOa 80
Plug horses, fair .- 35a 60
Plug horses, extra 60a 50
Plain heavy workers 75a 85
Good heavy workers 85al00
Fair to extra heavy workers I00all&
Mules 1SX to 14 hands high
Mules 14 to 14 bands high
Mules 14 to 14 hands hihU
Mules 14X to 16 1 hands high .
Mules 14 to 16 hands high, extra .
Mules 15 to 15 hands high
Mules 15 to 15. hands high, extra .
Mules 15 to IS hands hig?
$4 2534 60 1 W. H. Cochran, having attended the prin
cipal camo taies ot iiimois iuis season, pur-
4 0U&4 2S
. . 8 40u3 IS
.. S00S no
... 8 76C8U)
..2 BlXmi 75
. . S SCAS 60
. . S 00.34 "3
... 1 60;a,aC3
.. 5 00OL10 00
... 300(s3 50
.: Z 509-1 Z5
... 2 60a.3 25
gs l SHORT HORta BULLS! s
p moumi wt years oiu,
SHORT HORN HEIFERS !
STRAYED From the head or Moon creek
two steers, two vaara nl.1. lrniarf
figure 6 on right hip, and heavy crop oil lb
right ear. A liberal reward will be tt-
veat-linirs and S-vear olila.
three of them in calf to noted bulls, which
will be sold at auction at the Lyon county
iair grvuims, sauporiA) Aausas, oa
SATURDAY, DEC. 15TH, 1877
They will also add to the sale several bulls
ana Betters trout our own bent at Emporia.
THE SPECIAL ATTENTION
Or CATTLK 2RKXDERS
in Kansas, Colorado ana Texas, is called to
this sale as being the finest opportunity which
will be offered this year in Kansas to obtain
choice aninalms. They were all purchased
irom tne loiiowing parues :
JAS . COOK, Orion. Illinois.
i. S. LATIMER. Abingdon, Illinois
TRAY ED From my farm on Badger
1 creek, six miles east at Emixiti.
steers, one year old last spring, branded i M
on the right hip, all in one brand. Any infeu-.
mation leaamg to tueir recovery will be Mii .
ably rewarded. 45-tf I. A. HUNTkR.
FEOM my resldeuce, Sunday night. Nov.
11th, a brown mare, five years old. brand
&i"U. 8." on lett shoulder. Had on iuut.r
and bridle. Information of her whereabout
will be liberally ic warded.
at. W . 1URRENDALL.
46-tt Emporia, Kas.
ilace on Radcei-
iron.irMv iAklt -
0 months old. Any person triviur iulormu-
tion that will lead to h Id lCt34aVa4F V will 1 m
suitably rewarded. 45-4t tiEO. PLUMB.
OTBAYEI) From mv
O creek, Nov. 4th, a dark
Wj time in
FEATHER, Sunbeam, do
JOHN B. McGINNIg, Honmaitb, H.
ou&u. snua, Aoiugaon, am.
These well known breeders manatm thui
animalai toi he of the best thorough-bred Short
norm atoca, as snown oy tneir peais-ree. a
catalogue of which will be issued, and sent
on application to any aanress. ana as indi
vidual animals tney show for themselves.
Send for Catalogue,
Some of the best pediirreed animals In this
country are In this sale. .
Torant of Uatm bix months time at ten
pej cent, interest; five per cent, of lor cash.
Good bankable paper will be required in all
Sale PositiTC and to CepatlF.H.
Remember the Date
Saturday, Dec. I5f. 1877.
W. H. & M. E. COCHRAN,
the undersiff-nptf. MnnM
Mav lass, one 4-vear ohl l.lti. k
mare; branded on the lett shoulder with L J;
some wmie on ien ninu ioou two 3-year olt
black or brown stud colts, branded the same.
Also one red yearling steer, branded the samo
on both hips. One -year old rod and white
steer, branded the same on left bips. A suit
able reward will be paid for information lead-
ing to the recovery ol one or all of the above,
described animais. Address L. If. Johnsou.
Emporia, Kansas. 45-tf
JC goo d sfced.
SALE A span of horses. Iron erav?.
matched, will sell rhn
ihev ca n be seen at Stoop's Stables.
4 4t At. AJAttNELL.
FRESH COW for sale by
Fruitland. Americus P.
lOK 8 ALE Three three year old steers.
five two Year old t.n miiM
south east of Etujxri-i.
, 4aa do
! 60a 85 I
. 75a 90
H. VT. PEARSALL. Auctioneer.
JA8. H. DAVIS. Propreltor
FOURTH Aya, NKAB I Tmrwin'l, f M.
fJOURT xlOCSK, 1 1
Xha official .cauvaw abrrtra thai tbe
eur Bf Otloradooa tbavomao aoffraje
qneaUoa mi For, 612; aealaat, 14,-
053j tcaiorlty.agaiast, 7,441,
ST. LOtHS MABKETS.
St. Louis, November 21.
Grain Wheat firmer for medium grades;
No. 8 red, $131 cash; $1,2031.26 .December;
$1 .17 January . No. 4 do., $.10al .11 cash. Corn
stronger, 43Xa4ac cash; 4lMa4lc Decem
ber. Oats easier; 25Jic cash ; ?Gc bid Decem
ber. Rye firmer, Uja59c cash. Barley dull
Produce Butter, all grades below best dif
ficult to sell; Choice to selected dairy, 25aS8c;
do. country packed, 17a29c- Eggs quiet;'
I9a20c. - .
For atandwioh POWER Sbellara,
FOR ONE- HOLE ECLIPSE HAND SBELLEB3,
SAUSAGE MEAT CUTTERS,
MINK, RAT AND COON TRAPS,
For A gricnltnraljrmplements & Farm
For Wagons, Hardware, 2fail8,
8. J. SMITH. CO, Empori.
CHOICE BERKSHIRES FOR SALE 40
head ot thorough bred Berkshire sows
and Doars lor sale at .Berkshire Park, Empo
ria, Kas. 85-2t a. M. tlEMsoN.
FOR SALE A high grade Durham bull
calf, sired -by W . if. Cochran's bull, iiui;
red color, mother an extra milkor and i
i very superior animal. Also, a high grad
45-it John M. Hxkson, Enporia.
I HAVE a fine lot or comb and extracteil
honey for sale. Also, a lew swarms ol bees,
that 1 will sell cheap, or exchange for pica,
calves, orafateow. 44-8t P. EDWARDS.
THE Howe Sewing Machine for sale at
cost at A.N. Hanna's office, over J. M.
Butler A Co's. grocery store. 8-tf
'TTHISK Brooms, balr, cloth, n.u. tooth,
T V shoo and paint brushes, at Perley St
fl ENUINE factory needles Wheeler A
Wilson, Florence, Graver a Raker,
VV red. SiUKer. New Family, a
1-U O. OBI A n S O. '
Sewiixs Machine !
ELIAS HOWE MCHOIE!
ALL NEW, KEAT AND PERFECT.
Any who want a Sewing Machine, just
from tbe factory, wlU call on or address
A.. IV II IV TV ,
HOLaEBMAK BLOCK; fjft
Mr. Bland, of tbe Honse, appear
ed before tbe Senate lla'aoce com
mittee to offset tbe argument of tbe
bankera' delegation from New York,
in regard to tbe bill to remonetize
silrer, and one of tbe bankers re
ports Mr. Bland aa follows :
"Mr. Bland gare as to understand
(bat bis constituents knew perfectly
well wnat tney were about, and
tbat they preferred -to pay tbeir
debts In silrer ratber than gold;
moreorer. he advised the committee
as a friend to accept tbe proposed
measure, warning them that, If tbey
did not, bye and bye, men would
be sent. to Congress wbo would
wipe out the whole debt aa with
To Mothers Should the Baby be suffering
with any of the disorders of babyhood nse
Ur. Hull's uaby Oyrop at once for the troub
le. cents per botue. .
Our Market Report
DOMESTIC AKD FOREIGN MARKETS.
' - SUTOaiA, KSL. Kovember SS, 1877.
The permanent pool" freight rate will
largely account for the very low prieee of
grain and live stock In Kansas, and when the
almost equally exorbitant elevator and stock
yard charge are taken into account, the pro
ducers will tee why tbey cannot obtain living
prices. Tne freight rates from Emporia east
are as follows:
Live hogs to Kansas City 4S eta per 100 lbs
- Chicago S1.40 .-
These prices tell tbeir own story, and come
aostty oat oA the pockets of Kawsas farmers.
Corn to Kansas City,
S. Loais -
OaU to Kansas City
. H St-Lonia
Spring whoas SO to GS eeata.
Cora Shippers pay IS eeats for new, to cts
Q utiicpm pay tets.
Rye le to SO cts.
Barley 15 to S cts.
Caster Beans 80 to SO eta.
Bay-sgotoa.fl0pertoa. ' -
Wood S&0 to 4-00 for sort and green wood ;
S4.0Q and 4JS0 for dry hard wood. Corn cobs
S cents per load. ' . -
A IIEW STOCK OF
Jf Jen's and Women's
Inst received at
J. D. GIBSON'S, Amerlcue
3 as a" Pal
i?3 ran m a i
C 5 ,HI
I GD iru I Jfiwavar
GIBSON IS ,
Carry s large and well selected stock o
ttapie ana lancy
GROCERIES, DRUGS, MEDICINES,!
All competing prices duplicated.
- 12 M lO J 3 1
J2f sa V- W T A sVsnl
is -t.. (3 m 6p i
ill 2 a t s
si gssS H .-frS 3 o i
j 3d W- k O t m o .
S f I US . &3 I M 3 4
S SffiSfi B U S to s M
gl e- rt ig -5 3 m J I K
Bjb'M aQ fl
w B rr W9 ' - f : 'Zs 5 :
2 B 3 B -ag.3:
w H '.. g gJ g gj :a 5 g
5 h rri & i : eA 'i i
WOT FAIT. V
Oiit for iwr He
. Vautiutiwe. It coo
tains valuable iDOir
msttoa tor vrjf
plating the fnit
chase of tur mruclts
tur nersofml faintljt
vrAjan 4t co..
Orjgtaal Orange Sapnly Hnosa,
tS 4t M VataAS AML, CIUCA430. IAL
St 2?e !
XTTTTHOUT indulging In brag, I can sale
TV 1 assure my customers, tiie (rood peo
ple of Lyon and surrounding counties, that A
am opening the
X A Bill 'E&AJJE
with a larger and more complete atock than
ever of all goods heretofore kept by me, be
sides many noveitiea.
I shall from time to t!me add
New"' 3Lii n e
to keep abreast of the public Judgment and
waaia. rn.ua lusuiy ine eontlnuaiion or tbe
err Sattennar Arad r bin luHiini'nni
GGOO CROPS. GOOD HEALTH. AND
. GOOD TIKES
fairly tn view, the demand for Coos Room.
tiooo pioroaas and Good Goods generally,
will Increase, and I can satisfy even the mott
incredulous that in quality, quamtitt abs
tasuti os gooos, togetner vita
1Lotv IPj? ices
- : ...
I am eqnal to the demands ot tbe times.
Kverv few davs. for tha nnt thm months
especially, I shall open
SOIICTHJLNa HEW t
If VIM WMt Waw TVwtVa. "Htrm UiIIimi.m
Kew Pictures. Hew Wall Paper, New Frames'
New fancy Goods, dan't forget ,
TUs PioneerTits City Eooi store.
- s "