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SATOBDAY, JANUARY 2, 1875.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY.
'A Avhen ou find an "X" on jour pai.tr
Vremetnbcr that it is simply a reminder that
jou one the printer, and it is a polite Imitation
iu rai anu pay up.
Persons wanting a New York Daily
or weekly paper cheap, should read the
advertisement of the New York Sun
in another column.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Foroorownyrotectionvtehereby agree to fur
nish no proofs of publication fur any leini adrer-
itsemeui 01 any uescnpuon, puuiisoea uy us, irom
and after the-date hereof, until tbe costs of such
advertising is paid. W. T. UcEutor,
Publuher Humboldt Union.
Pulluktrt The liia. Regitler.
Dated Fcb'y. 10th, le73.
our trout at
Jia uopper an
ckwheat flour and
ante & Cowan's.
tton Paper Hags.
in exchange for
x & uasmire.
Married by Rev. J W. Pinterton,
December 25th at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. Charles H. Barclay
and MUs Sarah C. Smith, all of this
Our Probate Judge has issued more
marriage license the last few months
than ever before iu the same time. A
good many people hare faith that hard
limes will not last always, or else they
think "two can live cheaper than one."
The grandest assemblage of chivalry
and beauty that has been seen in our
city fur a long time gathered at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Necdbam
last evening in response to their "At
Ilonie, New Years night."
G. G. HOLMES
Can always be found-at his Eureka
Store, ready JfiPw Cash and the
highest price forvGamc, aad has a good
assortment iu hrKne which he offers
to sell at as low figures as any one in
the place : Coffee; Sugar, Tea, Cunfec
tioaeries, Tobacco, Cigars, Fruits of all
kinds foreign and Domestic,
constantly on ham
,A. good si
supply of feed
Moffatt & Stevenson travc fitted up a
firit chit Drug Store With sleeping ap
partment attache!, wliere one of them
will be found, frorXtlns date forth, at all
hours of the nipbtready to serve all
who cMy need anf thing in their line.
COLMAN'S RURAL, WORLD.
With the close of the year comes the
last number of the Rural World for 187-1.
On the first of January it will enter its
twenty-seventh year. As it grows in age
it increases in value. Every farmer who
wants a live practical Farm Journal
should subscribe for it. Published
weekly in large quarto form, at $200 per
year, or 4 copies at $1.60 each, postage
Colmait's Rural World,
St Louis, Mo.
FEED ! ! !
-We have heard several of our farm-
I ers inquire about the process oC mowing
nax. uan some one who has hau expe
rience in raising Hat seed cue us the
beat method of preparing the soil and the
time and maimer or sowing?
Mr. M. C. White, from Minneapolis,
Minn., was in our city duriu; the past
week buying soldiers' additional home
stead claims. He bought some thirty
claims, and left considerable money in
During the week we were informed
by some of the Masons that they would
furnish for publication a report of the
Masonic Festival and Ball, returning
.lia-iks, etc., but up to the time of going
to press we have seen nothing of the
Mr. Mjers, formerly of this city, has
just finished a large and commodious
residence, at bis farm on Deer Creek.
CbristMl evening a number of his
friends from here went up to enjoy a
"liouse warming. iney were given a
splendid supper after which they "trip
ped the light fantastic till the wee hours
hours of morn."
Skating is iu order.
Left the country Santa Clause.
CommissionersjCourt next Monday.
Spelling schools re quite popular
Sleepy work watching the old year
The Masonic Ball and Festival were
a success financially.
d The Masonic Festival was held in
Mrs. Reed's building.
Read the prospectus of the Scientific
American iu to day's paper.
"Hard times" are made harder by
persons holding money and keeping it
from circulation. Because we ha e hard
times too many persons arc disposed to
hold on to all the money they get as long
as they can. Money is plenty when it
changes hands often, and one of the best
remedies wc know of for lrard times is
for e cry one to pay up all their little
debts as fast as they get the money. Try
The following programme has been
arranged for a series of union .meetings
in this city during the week of prayer:
Sabbath evening,, Jab. 3. Union serr
viced at Presbyterian church, sermon by
Rev. II. K. Muth ; Subject : Christ, the
one Prophet, Priest, and King.
Monday, Jan. -1. Services at Presby
terian church, at 10, a. m., subject:
Thanksgiving; at 7 p. ru., Prayer for for
giveness of personal and national sins,
and grace to overcome temptations.
Tuesday, Jan. 5. Services at Presby
terian church, at 10 a. in., subject:
Prayer for Kings and for all that are in
authorty, and for soldiers and sailors ; at
7 p. in. prayer Jbr the bereaved and af
flicted. Wednesday, Jan. C. Services at the
Baptist church ; at 10 a. m., prayer for
families and Sabbath schools. At 7 p.
m., prayer for churches, the christian
ministry and universities.
Thursday, Jan. 7. Services at the
Baptist church, at 10 a. m., prayer for
theextension of religious liberty through'
out the world ami the increase of har
mony and sympathy among christians of
all lands. At 7 p. in., prayer for preva
lencc of peace among all nations, and
that all enterprises may be christianized
to the spread of Christ's kingdom.
Friday, Jan. 8. Services at M. E.
church, at 10 a. m., prayer for Foreign
Missions. At 7 p, in., prayer for Do
Saturday. Jan. 9. Services at M. E.
church, at 10 a. m., prayer for a deeper
work of grace and clearer witness of the
spirit. At 7 p. m., prayer for the spread
of revival throughout the world.
Sunday, Jan. 10. Services at 11 n. m.
in all of the churches; subject: The
essential unity of Christ's church. At 7
p. in., union services at Baptist church.
Sermon by Rev. J. W. Pinkerton ; sub
ject: The manifestation of the uuity of
Richards & Cowan
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
We keep a full assortment of BreadstulTs con
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
In all quantities', from a Barrel to a Car load.
WE PAY "'SrVffi1 pe'
For all kinds of Country Produce.
South Side Public Square, lola, Kansas.
TheXew York WEZKLY WITUKSS rir.
HFS,' rt. MorEf KemrTlSdTive
cdWils at SL20 a yeir nostasTnaid: k?rii!
"WO.OOO circulation in three Tears. Send for
free sample copy. j. iu ir
5 ?. 1 1 "uLm4gnUUnt Chroma free. The
most liberal oler ever made. Send Scent stamp
for areolar and sample. Zeigler 4 McCnrd v
CM Olive St., St. Loais; Mo.
New Heat Market.
EDWARD . HALS, ,
free.. Address with C cent
iwoa, it uiiamsourg, X. Y,
PalUIOMAMJV, or SOUL CHAIUIISG."
How either cec may fascinate and rain the
uhS11 ?'loas r "5-Person they ehVse in
stant! . This simple mental acquirement all can
pose-s, free, by mail, Tor 25c, together Willi a
.-., .nnmu.mjm sums, c. a
ErJk . '". T. William 4 (Jo.Tl'ub
Manufacturer of and Dcakr in
Members of the 31. E. Church and
congregation, to the number of fifty-four
assembled at the residence of their pastor
II. IC. Muth, Thursday evening, and
We are in receipt of the 14th annt- ' made substantial greetings for a "Happy
al report of the Secretary ot State.
In gi iiig to the poor remember that
the belt kind of gvriqg is to give work.
There were a few callers oat yester
day, wishing their friends a'Happy
Some of the "boys" at Carlyle
aumuscd themselves on Chirtinas at a
game of baseball. "
There will be a congregational weet
ing at the "Presbyterian 'church next
Monday at 2 p. w . t
Miss Lou Case and MncHunt of
Frcdonia, spent the holidays with their
relations in this city.
Public installment of the officers of
die lola Grange at the Majontc Hall one
week from this evening. '
Business is not so lively at the coun
ty treasurer's office since the 10 perceuc
penalty uasfeen added.
The county officers elected last, fall
will take possession of their respective
offices next Monday week.
The Young Men's Social Club cele
brated the first night of the Xew Year
with a dance at Odd Fellows Hall.
Patrick Ravens and Minnie McCabe,
rf Humboldt, were joined in matrimony
by Esq. Low, of this city, last Tuesday.
There was a musical re-union at the
Lcland Hotel last monday evening where
a number of our "singists" spent a few
In spite of the hard times many of
our people, old and young, were made
happy by being the recipients of hand
some Christmas presents.
Some of the members of the 31. E.
Charchand congregation at Humboldt
made a donation to Rev. Mr. Muth of I
this city Christmas evening.
One of our exchanges says a klep
tomaniac is a person who can't tell hb
own irom nis ssigunors wooa pue.
Think there are a few such persons in
If you know any one who is not
happy at the beginning of the sew year,
and they don't take The Regis-tee, sug
gest to them that that is one great cause
of their trouble.
The papers all over the country
the past week have been filled with arti
desabout Christmas, and the writers all
agree on one point that "Christmas comes
but once a year."
Our County superintendent held pub-
Kt Amtminitinn fnv toaf-lioptf laat ntiir.
," """ -.
uay, and out of eighUen applicants we
re informed that none of them could
pell the wool "hemorrhage correctly."
We acknowledge the receipt of the
"Hand Book of the Kansas State Agri
cultural College," Manhattan Kansas.
The "Hand Book' contains information
on all subjects concerning the college.
Mr. Ike Denney, of Colorado Springs,
Col., who has been spending a few weeks
visiting friends and relatives in this
coun starts for his home. next week.
Mr. Denney is enthusiastic on the subject
Xew Year" by donating, a quantity of
clothing; provisions aad groceries, and
twenty-six dollars in greenbacks. Mr.
3Iuthr.was absent holding meeting in
Cottage Groe, but his .wife entertained
thegiiestsind returned proj-cr thimks for
their kind expressions of confidence iu,
and love for, their pastor.
There is, or rather was, a d welling
house in this place about which there
has been considerable law ing and dispute
as to whom it belongs, andt it was
pretty well covered with claims, mort
gages attachments, and other legal orna
ments. Mr. Lap! a n, of.Char.ute, claim
ing to have the beat riglitand title to 'his
property had it taken dawn last Wednes
day morning and loaded on wagons and
started off for his home with it. If this
permanently settles the questiorfof
ownershiprit is proVably a tittle hard on
the house, but i3 more satisfactory than
waitins the alow process of law. We are
real glad at all times to be furnished
with local items, but when it costs our
town a house wo don't like such a "big
thing on wheels."
There will be a public installation of
the oSlccrs of lola Grange at Masonic
Hall on the second Saturday of January,
at 3 o'.ctock P. si. All arc invitcdjlo at
tend. Robert Cook, 3Iastcr.
Salue Lackexs, Sec'y.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining at the Pcstoffice at lola,
Kans., Jan. 2d, 1875.
Decker George It
Hall Mary T
llankim David II
VK T C.
Seabouru John M 2 .
Seabouru 3Iary 4 John
Scalyer James E
Taylor J E
J. COWAIf, P. 3L
Report of the lola schools for the
month ending Dec 4th, 1874:
Departments. 5 3 J?
t 5 --
.Vumber Males Belonging
NumlKT remslerf Ilelongin
Whole Number Itclnnging
Ai erase Xuii'jtr Belonging
rM-i. Iw'lr AltindAUce. .Vale-
do flo do icmalca
Percei t. ofATerage Daily Attend'
ance on Ai . number belonging
it.i 05 r.
By comparing this with the report for
the fir3t month there will be found a
marked improvement in the regularity
of attendance on the part of the scholars.
Duringthe first month, the per cent, of
attendance was only 81 per cent. this
month 93 per cent.
It is hoped that the patrons of the
school will continue to exercise the same
or even greater diligence to secure an
increased per cent, of attendance.
Another evil in need of remedy is tar
diness. Our efforts to remove this ob
stacle have not met with the same degree
of success as in the case of absence. Let
it be remembeicd that if you wish your
children to improve in their studies they
must devote their whole time to them,
as you do to your business, whatever it
may be. One of the chief requisitg to
s'iccess is regular prompt attendance.
II. L. Henderson, Prin
The late meeting of the State Horti
cultural Society, held at Emporia last
week, was one of the best if not the best
that has ever been held by that Society.
There were four tnhlcs 4x14 feet covered
with most bcautif.ii specimens of apples
and pears. Even egctables such as
new sorts of sweet jiitutoes and common
potatoes were show i that certainly did
credit to the exhibi o.s. The hall was a
large, and a very ph .tsant one, and was
tastefully ornamcn'tL-d with much care
by the people of 3nporia with ever
greens, lic plants and pictures.
Nothing was left undone that could
add to our comfort while we were being
entertained by the citizens. Long sh-ill
the meeting ai Emporia be held in joy
ous remembrance. I do wish that all
the fruit growers in Allen Co. could ha c
been there to enjoy the benefits of the
meeting. I shall not even try to tel!
all the topics that were discussed. The
proceedings will be found in the next
annual report of the Society which c.in
be obtained of the Secretary when pub
lished. . i- r
The venerated president for the lat
four years Dr. Wm. Honsley of Leav
enworth by his special request was jicr-
mitted to retire from the chair owing to
Tie officer elect are President, E.
Gaij of Manhattan; Vicea President
Brackcttof Liwrenee; TreariPF. Wcll
houe of Leavenworth ; Trustees. H. E.
Van Dcman of Geneva, jRStayman of
Leavenworth and E. Sunder, of High
land. The next ecmi-annual meeting will be
held.at Fort Scott net June and the
next annnatTmeeting at Manhattan in
Dec. '75. Due notice will be given of
You may be sure that Kansas will
not be behind at the centennial exhibi
tion in '76. The Horticultural Society
has taken steps to show our fruits and
let every one be ready to contribute
specimens if needed. We should keeji
a few trees from overbearing and cultr
vate well from this time in order to have
the most choice specimens. This part of
the state will doubtless be represented
in that great fruit sfiuw.
The following is a list of apples or
home uso in Southern Kansas ;
For winter Winesap, Johnathan,
Rowan Stow, W. W. Pearmain, Yellow
Bllflower, Rome Beauty, Ben Davi.
Fall Maiden's Blush, Fail Pippir,
Ramsdell's Red ; Cayuga Red Streak,
Rambo. Summer Eirly Harvest, Red.
Astrachan, Carolina Red June, Summer
Rose, Summer Queen.
Our market orchards in Southern Kan
sas: Winter Winesap, Ben Davis, 3Iissouri
Pippin, Willow, Eng. Golden Russet,
Rome Beauty, McAfTee's Nonsuch.
Fall 3Iaideu3 Blush, Cayuga Redstreak
Ramsdell's Red, Lowell. Fall Pippen.
Summer E. Harvest, Cal. Red June,
Red Astrachan, Summer Itoie.
We were greatly benefitted and highly
entertained by the presence and instruc
tions of Prof. C.V.Riley the renonned
entomologist or '"buR man." He cives
as a sure remedv or rather preventive of
the attacks ot the flat teaded borer to
apply strong soap suds to the trunks and
large limbs ot the tree once a month for
four months beginning with Mav.
Scrape the old bark oil and apply
promptly and your apple trees will not
be hurt. Reports from all over the
State and from other states show that
this insect is very destructive this year.
Some persons have applied coal or gas
tar to good effect and without injury'to
the trees. It keepsofi rabbitsand borers.
I may write yon a little more of the
proceedines of the society that may be of
benefit, if I can find time.
H. E. VanDemax.
Keeps a Pull Supply
Of c erj thing found in a
FIRST-CLASS HAEHESS SHOP.
All WorJ Warrented:
A general assortment of
Soulkhide Madixm Avenue, lola, Si.
COUGHS, GOLDS, HOARSENESS
AAU ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
PUr UP ONLY IH ULDC BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
For sale by l)nntj;ti jrenerall v. anil
FOLLh.lt A FULLfilC, Chicago, 111.
rLH.1 J ai Worths,.
Jlu riireUlroftheljnmer. ami pet mmlit.Mi
hendforiirnT fiiiniTnnrrp rnn innr
our nun uniajjuauii run 10a,
GEO. S. 1IAMKKLL CO ,
4vv Seed Farmora. Kockfonl, Illinois.
GORRELL & ROBINSON
(OjMife Ike PottqJice,l'aihington acenut, ,
-!nt jirepared to io BLackaxiTiiixa of an
Lindn. Special attention given to
SI'UIXG WAGOX3 XSB BUGGIES
Made to order and warranted better than tboee
Grub Plows Jf ad toIOrdor
Anil ciurnnteeil tron2 awl durable. Kenainnir
of ciery decriit.nii dune uu short notice, anil I
'.aos, Caiuuage, Sk.s and
done with neatneai and Uispalch.
HAVE YOU TRIED
Weak, Nerroas, or Debilitated!
Are yon so languid that any exertion re
iiuiremireofaii eJTort than you feel capable of
TArai-yJUUUnEBA, the wonderful tonic antl
mvijorator, nhuh acta no Umdcully on the
secrelncorgjiu as to inijurt igor to the viul
it is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimulates
fir a short time, onl to let the MiOerer fall to
j Iotr depth of miHry. but it is a vegetable
tonicactnvdiivctlj on thelicrand spleen.
I! rcjuUtei the Bo welt, quiets the nenes, and
gives Mich a healthy toi e to the w hole stem
as lo soon make the invalid feel liLeaneu person.
Ut ooeration a not violeMt. hut it ibjrtir.
ize.1 by Treat gentleness; the patient exptrieiiies
no u Men change, no inarLed results, but grad
ually ins inuiuies
"Fold thur tcuts, like the Arabs,
And sileutlv Meal nunr."
TiiKis noncn ami unlneitiliM-overr, but has
been loii u-e-l with wonderful remeilial results,
andisprououiculb the hicliot medical authori
ty, "the most womkrlUl lunic mil alternative
Ask vourdniggi-t for it.
Fors.iIebyHll.Lfclt A FULLER, Chicago, III.
navuujjnst opened 3
On Mad iron A veil
Scott Brothetf old Stand
I propose to keep
ALL KINDS OF MEAT
Amd Sail as Low as tie Lo
GlTe Hie 9 rsll rtlin tnn v.nt npt..nrt l ...
- - - j .. nH. M..J mini, iu lut
une aad I will guarantee aatisfactiou.
Hie. Fintjnnnr Wf nf
oonstsntly on hand
OLD AND NEW
THE PEOPLE'S UAGAZlHUi
A new aeries of this monthly begins In January
1875, with the eleventh Tolume.
The department of riXE AKT which has es
pecially attracted Amateur Artists, will be great
ly enlarged, so that it Will furnish s Journal of
nearly three hundred psg' of Independent Art
Criticism, under the special oversight of some of
the most distinguished artists. The Foreign Cor
respondence secured by this department, and our
arrangements in different parts of America, will
make it of interest and importance to artists and
The department caned the Record of Progrm,
inch u a chronicle of the latest imDroTenients
in social order, is under the editorial eharze of
F. It. Sanborn the secretary of the Social science
The Excmlner Is an impartial review of the
THE FASTEST TIME ON BEC0KD.
rasengers going east are reminded of the fact
that the lrabaih Line U the only line running
Lightning Erpreu Trams (fullv complied with
patent air brakes. Miller platforms, Se.) from
St. Louis, JIauuilul and Qmncv, stopping onlv
at the principal stations and reaching 5ew Tort
l.onn and intermediate points from b to 7 hours
th yf ""t ooiuinting lines from ail points in
ri,J?i??,,'rI,Je "'"""iff '"rough can from
hantat CttgUi Indianapout and Cincinntti via
gniBcy, avoiding all ferrj and omnibus transfers.
Through i'ullinan slecpmg Cars, run via the
ITaSaiA tiaennh , troni st.Xouis and Qmncy to
tt. Wayne, Toledo and Cleveland, cuunectini
with Sleeping and Drawing Boom Cars forBufla
Io. lEochesters New York, Ac, without change.
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to Spnngueld. III., avoiding a change at Qmncy.
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At Alexandria, Va.
- MARCH 29, 1874.
LIST OF GIFTS.
1 liriuiICi h tiift SICO.OOa
1 t.ra'id Ca.-h tift , ... .II.WX)
1 (iramlCish dtft 25,(0
In t-li Jills, SI0,UJU each luo.liOu
1 Ca-Ii Girts, S.UMev.1! Ti,W0
5i C ili Gifts, l,ikMeach... . M,(MX1
100 lilsll t.iil, .Kleu.li . .. .V),0JU
1,W0 Cimi (iilli, llMeacli 101,000
1,000 Ca-h l.iRs, Atleieh 50,030
30,000 Cash Gilts, SJeach 400,1X10
Has oiwncd a flrst-class
South Side Madison Avenue,
and is prepared to give
to all his customers.
22,178 Cosh (lifts, amou-iting to. .tl, 000,000
NUMBER OF" TICKETS Mf ,900.
tRIf!K n 'I'll'jK IfTM
Whole TickeU iir. .Aj0.oak
iiancs...,. , 10.11
Lishths or each Counon .V.
SJ, Tickets for i 100.00
ine Jioitiielicr remale Humane Association,
cliarten.il bj the Legislature of Virginia and the
C rcuit Court of Orange Co f prjposes br a
Crand Ciift Concert to establish and endow a
IIiniefnrthe lllil. liillrm. nml lhxtittili. Tj..
fltes of VlrginLi," at MiiiitM.lier, the former
rcside.ice of t'resident .limes M-ulim.
uovEuxoR'a UmcE, Uicmmomi, Julv 3, 1871
It aironh roe Pleasure to sav that 1 am ill
acqaainlel with a large maiuritv of the nlhreni
oi ine atonrpeiier remaie Jiiinuue .ssocution,
who reside in the v lcinltv of niv home, i ml 1
attest their intelligence and the.r north and hi:h
reputatation as gentleaieu, as well as puM c
conllilence, influence and substantial luuns l.b
erallv renreentcd anions Ihciu
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AlCxvndi-iv. Va.. 4ul.K.- I
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and fully entitled to the contldcnre of the public.
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lion. JA.VII-.S tilltlJOUIt,
I'res't M. F.H. A., Alex-mdria, a.
Ilcluble agents wanted ererv n hf.v.
DOTS AND SHOES.
Ready Made tlotliif,
HATS, CAPS, GLOYES,
Has a carefully selected stocliUJBIYALED JJV
Q TJALITY. direct from, Eastern, Markets.
The BoQa?&ND ShoikStock
Is in first bands from
Sage cf3 MOoraei
1WBfV.MMkwsm BojibAatfAw W "VX
or ODiliilBrir, IS UNS
And is qtitjr--o Material, Style
sALL 07 WHICH 13 OFFERED
AT PRICES TO'SUIT THE TIMES.
J. P. Colborn
Baltimore & Ohio
Cash Paid for Hides.
SHORTEST AaD Q111KLST HOITL
The i:at and SoatbEast.
At corner JUhm and Washington Atcauc,
'loLA, : T: : Kansas,
Is positively selliSg BETTER GOODS and more of them for LESS MONEY
than at any other Dry Uoods establ'shment in South ouKansasv'
My Stock consists of a foil line of
Which have been selected with great care. JK liandsome stock of QUEESb-
WAUE of the xX brands. UliASSWAUE in aiOaricties, nUicli
I sell at unquestionabIjr.LOW I'lUCk
COVDE.SSED TIU2 T.1HLK TllROfCII THiltS.
Daily and Weekly fcr 1875.
r ALrmiOLIc SmuxiTn are taken brto the
blood the he irt works faster, and this unnatural
speed wears nut the Tital michmery- All intox
Icatincr nostrums advertised as fonics.' "ren-
nra-." f:-. produce this duasrmuseCect. and
should lie rejected. Dr. Welter' t Vegetable Vine
qtr Bitter an invignrant with the curse of alco
holis everywhere supiuanting these poison.
The approach of the Presidential election gives
unuilul iinjiortance to the events and develop
ments nf l;7.i. We shall endeavor to describe
thi m fullv , faithfullv and fearlessly.
1 11K WKKKI.1 Sirv has uoh attained a circu
lation of over seventv thousandcoiues. Ivt read
ers arc found in ever) Mute and Termor), and
its quality is well known to the public. eshall
not only mdearor to keep it fullv up to the old
standard, but to improve and add to its varietv
anil power. -
1IIK WKKKLT SUN will continue to be a
thorough newsiiaiier. All the news of the dav
wUl Ik found in it, condensed vv hen unimiiortant
at full length when of moment, and always, vte
tnist, treated in a clear, interesting and instruct
Itisnuraimtomake the WEEKLY SUN the
best familvnewsnaiieriu the world. It will be
full of entertaining and appropriate reading of
ev ery sort, uuc win pnnc notniug 10 oiiena tne
most rcrupulous taste. It vv ill alvrays contain
the most in'erestimr stories and romances of the
ilar, carefullv selected and legiblr priuted
The Agricultural Dejiartmeut is 11 prominent
feature iu the WKEbXV SL'.V. and its articles
will al waj s be fuund lresh and Useful to the farmer
The number of men independent in politics is
increasing, and the WEEKLY bUN is tlieir iaiier
especially, it belongs to 110 party, and obejs no
dictation, contending for principle and the elec
tion of the best men It exposes the corruptiou
that disgraces the country and threatens theovcr
thro of rci uhlican imtitutinns. It has 110 fearof
knaves and seeks no favors from their supporters.
The markets of every kind aud the fashions are
regularly reported in its columns
The price of the WEEKLY SUX is one dollar
a year for a sheet of eight pages, andliRv-six
columns. As this barelr lists the expenses of
ia)icranu priming, we are not aoie 10 iua&e any
discount or allow any premium to friends who
mar make suecial eaorts to extend its circulation
Under tlie new law which reuuircs luyment of
unaioire inanvance. oceuoiiaravear. wiiniwenxv
ceuts the cost of preiiaul postage ailded, is the rate
of subscription It is not nceewary to get up a
club in order to have the WEEKLY SUN at this
rate. Anv one who sends oce dollar awl twenty
cents will get the paper, postinid, for a year.
Mr j II, I-.JI.
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' Marietta. .
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Deer Park. . ..,
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Harper's rcrr 502 " 45;S s'
Washington 710 " IM"
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Itdtimore 8 M20pm
Wilmington 1217 " I.tlam
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Boston O.'opm 45ipm
Anil LADIES SERGE GAITERS to suit the most fastidious
If ATS AND CAB FOB MEN AND BOYS,
In st lefa to Mut tne i-roiessionai jian, me Dtisiness .uan, tne farmer,
thtKMechanic and the Plow Boy. 1
SSy IITiiJoie Hollands, Paper '.Shades and Potion Curiam Fixtures constantly
on hand. Wall Paper in great witfy."a
J: & P. Coats' and Clark's O. N. T. Spool Thread in -all numbers, and the
story is not halftold. We will prove the facts at the counter.
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MASON & HAMLIN
and IiOBTNG SB SLAKE
A mil assortment of Small Ix-rrnc-
jiot. .Vll lersons uesinnj 10 puiraaBe
will nuu XI to lueir ait auigc w ui uu
C. B. KEITH,
Asent fir the KAXSAS MU3ICA
l tif.kifiiTvr VW mil not Le undu
.1.1 l.v nttv Itnii nret of the Missis
sippi. ' l'ilnos and Urgaus wananted
Irom three to nve years. (
buxsr JIisic a sfiecialty.
C. I. KEITH, lola, Kansas.
we have no travel uuraifents.
Tins Weekxt scm Eight pages.
HI tv-nlx col
umns. Onlv SO, a 3 ear, poilage prepaid. Ho
iUennU front this rate.
Tjik Dult sex A large four-page newspaper
of twenty-eight columns Daily circulation ov er
IS). 000. '.Vll the news fori cents Subscription,
postageprepaid, 60 cents a month, or Ml0 a
jear. To clubs of 10 or over, adisconnt or So
. 6t "THE SUS'," .Vne Fori City.
DTTTTWnM PAL WE Dnvwixc- UOOM
I ULLJUrln and LEEl'INti CAIt-
From St. Iais, Cincinnati an 1 Cdunilnu to
Washington & Baltimore,
Through Tickets and further Information can
be obtained a I all principal Ticket unlcesthrough
out the West, Southwest and Norlhu est.
THOS. P. BARItY,
Western Pass. Aeut,
inrinnii. q jtu
L. M. Cole,
Ilaster of Transportation ,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, DrAigs, Medicioes, Hardware, NaiLs,
Cutlery, Queens waie, and
AGESTTPOR MOBTDSfg G0T.D PEN'S
-1 pay cash down fur my goods, and offer great inducement to eaali buyers.
Will Not be Undersold by any one.