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SATURDAY AUGUST 21, 1876.
OPf ICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY
W. O. ALLISON,
REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
There will be a meeting of the Bepabllean Cen
tral Committee of Allen County at IoU, Satnrday
jiugmi ziai, taia, at o'cioca r. h. A fall at
tenlaneeofaU the members! deaired. "
W. O. Alluox, Chairman.
The Eockford & St. Louis railroad wis
sold at auction on the 16th hut. It
The American Association for the ad
vancement of science met at Detroit,
Michigan, on the 16th fast.
The decline in the price of wheat the
first of the week" at Chicago caused the
failure of a number of small dealers.
AN oration on the life and times of
Andrew Johnson will be -delivered next
October by ex-Senator Joseph 8. Fowler.
The New England operators recent
ly held a meeting at Providence B. I.
and passed resolutions declaring in favor
of returning t the ten hour-system.
The people of Atchison will bare a
grand celebration over the completion
of the irora bridge over the Missouri riv
er at diet place on Wednesday the 2nd
The people of Knoxville, Tenn., treat
ed a correspondent of the Chicago Times
toacoatof tariand feathers for libeling
the late ex-President Johnson.
The latest sews from Europe con
firms the unfavorable report in regard
to the crops. The weather continues
unsettled and very unfavorable for
harvesting. In England, France, Austria
and Hungary both the quality and
quantity is aMch Jess ifean last year.
In Eossia and throughout northern
Europe similar unfavorable reports are
An invitation has been tendered Jeff.
Davis to speak at the county jair in
Bartholomew county, Indiana. He has
accepted and will address the citizens of
that county next month. It is to be
hoped he will receive gentlemanly treat
ment and that this invitation will not
get up a foolish and bitter discussion as
did a similar invitation from a county
agricultural society in Illinois.
It has been reported that the Presi
dent and Secretary of the Treasury are
not in full accord in their efforts to bring
to justice violators of the internal
revenue Jaw. The President iu . .com
munication to the Secretary, refering
thereto, says: "Let no guilty man escape
if it can be avoided.' Be specially vigi
lant, or instruct those engaged jn the
prosecution of fraudto be, against .all
who insinuate that they have high w
fluence to protect them. No personal
consideration should stand in the way of
performing a public duty."
Indians in Utah, supported by the
Mormons and under control of the Mor
mon -church, have failed to return to
their reservations as ordered by govern
ment officers. There are at least fifteen
hundred of them, and great fears are en
tertained by the people at Corinne that
they will be attacked. Arms JbeloogUf
to the government were issued to the
citizens and at late reports pickets were
kept stationed out near the city.
English representatives of the Missis
sippi valley Trading Co. were in St.
Louis this week urging the co-operation
of the business men of that city in their
enterprise. They represented their com
pany as consisting of half a million of
members, and express grea jatb ;p the
opening of the mouth of the Mjtsjssippi
so they can brine their shins to New
Orleans and meet the trade of this West
ern country at that point.
With the exception of the Illinois
Central every railroad running north
and south in Iowa and Illinois is or has
been in the hands of a receiver. The'
great tide of commerce and travel is east
Official returns of the late State
election in Kentucky give McCreary,
Democrat, a majority of $6,139 over Har
lan, Republican Candidate for Governor.
The Democratic majority is about one
thousand less than in 1871.
In addition to Tiltun's lawyers notify
ing needier s lawyers to be ready for a
new trial in September, Tilton has for
the September term of court a hundred
thousand dollar libel suit against the
Brooklyn Eagle and Thomas Kinsella.
Thk Agricultural Department makes
an estimate that the total wheat crop
of the United States this year will be
about 212,000,000 bushels; last year it
was 285,5)00,000. That the late advances
in the price of wheat were merely spec
ulative is evident from the fact that it
has already commenced to decline. If
however the reported damage to crops
abroad prove to be true the price will
certainly advance again, as the foreign
demand will be large.
That the question of finance -viM be
one of the leading issue in the next
Presidential campaign, with the Repub
licans in favor of "hard money" and the
Democrats in favor of "rag money," we
iin't think at all probable. The Ablest
Democratic journals of the country,
however erroneous may be their views
on other questions, are sound financially.
In reference to "more .greenbacks" the
Louisville Courier-Journal sensibly re
marks: "That we may get 'more green
backs' vp must have something a bag
of wheat or a keg of whiskey, a bale of
of cotton or a bunch of bananas to get
them with: and when we get them we
want them to be good for tlve'r ico and
on their face not like our confederate
currency, which came to be so valueless
that the farmers preferred to keep their
trvck to selling it. 'More greenbacks'
to day means 'more greenbacks' to-morrow,
to the old end repudiation."
It is claimed by the New York Ob
terror that Catholics regard marriage by
State authority as only concubinage
where it is not solemnized according to
the forms of their Church. The Observor
refer to authorities to sustain the
Lcla takes the place of Goldsmith
Maid as Queen of the Trotting Turf. At
tke late free to all race in Rochester, N.
Y., she won the second, third and
fourth beats over the Maid, Nettie and
American girl, and made the best consec
utive time on record.
The body of Grimwood, the unfort
unate reporter for the Chicago Journal
who accompanied Donaldson on his fatal
balloon ascension from that city, drifted
ashore and was buried in Michigan, be
having beSn drowned in the lake. Ar
rangements have been made for having
the body disinterred and taken to Chica
go. Since the body of Grimnodn has
been identified diligent search is being
made along the eastern shore of the lake
for Donaldson's body.
The question that remains unanswer
ed by those' who are clamoring for an
unlimited issue of greenbacks is. how
people who have nohonds to exchange
for thein'nor anything to sell that will
bring them, are to get any of these green
backs if they should be issned.
A new CMscription of one hundred
thousand men has been made for the
Spanish army, and that Governmentpro
poses to send ten thousand more troops
to aid in conquering the Cubans. It is
to be hoped that the cruel and inhuman
war in Cuba may be brought to a close.
Ren Butler, at the O'Connell cele
bration at Boston, said that he looked
forward "to the time when Ireland should
govern New England and New England
govern the United States." A big
stroke for Irish votes, the General is am
bitious, and undoubtedly wants something.
Since the opening of the seaside hotels
"reliable persons" have seen the "Sea
Serpent" at different points along the
eastern coast. The sea serpent has been
so persistently used as aa advertisement
by interested parties that serious people
are discussing the possibility of its existence.
Among the news from Washington, in
addition to the charges ot fraud and pe
culation, is the agreeable statement that
the expenses of the Government for the
fiscal year ending Juno 39tb, were less
than for any previous year since 1861.
Evidence of economy on the prrt of Con
gress; for whieh we should feel truly
The Secretary of the Winnebago Coun
ty Agricultural Society, Illinois, recent
ly took'upnn himself the responsibility
of inyiting Jefferson Davis to speak at
their fair this fall. This invitation was
accepted by Mr. Davis, and now the
people' of that' county are requesting the
Secretary to recall the invitation, an
unpleasant task' which" be is likely to
Mb. .Welsh, who recently wrote an
open letter to the President implicating
Hecretary Delano In. the Indian frauds,
isatitgain.Heku written another
letter to Prof. Harsh in which he asserts
''hat supplies hr the Bed Gfavd and
Spotted Tail tribes were furnished on the
statement that from 15.000 to 20,00
lodges or uxrat lua.uw Indiana, were
present i the Whetstone Agency, but
that this U mora than ten timet the asm-.
feqr that mu ever present, and fully
dovWt fie number of the whole Sioux na
tion! A response fat Mr. Delano and
his friends, the contractors, is in order."
Last Wednesday the ceremonies of
laying the corner stone of ihe new Union
Agency building took place at Prospect'
Hill, near Muscogee, in the Indian Ter
ritory, under the'auspices of the Grand
Lodge of Masons of the Territory. The
building is for the Cherokee, Choctaw,
Creek Chicasaw and Seminole tribes.
Speeches were made by Ross and Boudi
not in English and by Cheote in his
native tongue, and expressed good will
on the part of the Indians, and a desire
to cultivate closer relations with the
whites. The ceremonials of the Masonic
Order were witnessed for the first time
by hundreds of "the Indians and produc
ed a profund impression.
It was one huudred days last Wednes
day since Col. Anthony, editor ot the
Leavenworth Timet, was wounded, and
on that day for the first time he was able
to dress himself and walk out on the
piazza in front of his residence. In
speaking of the Colonel's condition at
that time the Leavenworth Times says:
"The compression of the subclavian
artery has now been continued nearly
seven weeks with only three intervals of
two days each. It will be tept up dur
ing the present week, when it is hoped
that work can be partially dispensed
with. The compression, during the day,
is maintained by the Colonel himself,
assisted by members of his family. At
night a relay of two persons is required,
who alternate hourly in the work. Dur
rinjr the past week Dr. Sinks has per-
scribpil a more liberal diet, the result of
which is that the Colonel has gained
strength very rapidly. He can walk
without assistance, aqd hopes to be out
within a week, but will not be able to do
hard work for some time to come. The
decrease in the size of the tumor has
been tedionsly slow, but neverthele-y it
seems to nave been correspondingly
The Paola Spirit says :
pot u Doiitng, roaming 1 U n
seeking the man, you Know 1"
A change of the 'text books of the pub
He schools ofTopeka, has been ordered
by the school board of that place:
A portion of Butler county was visited
by a hail storm last Friday, which se
verely damage several fields of corn.
The Parsons JSun nominates Lieuten
ant Governor Salter as the Republican
candidate for the next Governor of Kan
sas. V -
The Crawford county temperance par
ty meet in convention at Girard, on the
11th of next jmonth, to nominate a coun
The Burlingatue Chronicle of the 13th
inst., says: "The first kiln of fire-brick
ever burned in Kansas is now cooling at
The Alma Newt says thai Wabaunsee,
county will haver the largest corn crop
NOTES AM) EXTtUCTS,
Jackson county, Mo., is infested with
a gang of desperadoes who for a long
time have defied the Iaw,andthecitizena
last week organized a vigilance commit
tee and propose to give no quarters to
outlaws. Some arrests have been made
and much excitement is said to prevail.
For the citizens to unite together for the
purpose of enforcing the laws would be
all right, but for vigilance committees
to take the administering of justice into
their own hands is all wrong. Vigilance
committees usually act from a spirit of
revenge and increase rather than remedy
the wrongs complained of, and like those
wrongs should be promptly suppressed
by the proper authorities.
The following is given as illustrating
the rights men have in North Carolina.
A young lady, after she was engaged to
be married, made a deed conveying her
property to her step-mother. The hus
band learned this fact during the honey
moon, and he at once brought suit and
recovered the property tbnsdeeded away.
In commenting on this the Cincinnati
Qazette says they do things very differ
ently in Ohio. It says that in that State
a widow can deed all her property to her
children, make her husband support
them and her herself, and can get a di
vorce and take away all be has made
since marriage. Commend us to North
A new field has been opened up for
emigration, and persons who have tried
all parts of our country and are still dis
satisfied are commended to this new EI
Dorado. President Grant has obtained
a looting lor American citizens on a
group of islanda in the Southern Pacific
known as the Samoan group or Navigator
Islands. The conquest was purely dip
lomatic, and the adoption of the consti
tution and government proposed by Mr.
Steinberger was voluntary accepted by
the Samoans. The area of these islands
is about 2,650 square miles, and the pop
ulation is estimated at twenty to thirty
millions. Heie is a productive and
fruitful soil, with a mild and generous
climate warmed by a tropical sun and
tempered by winds always fresh from the
ocean, inviting venterous and ambitious
young men. The restless youth who
have been lodging for the opening of the
Black Hills country should at once mi
grate to these beautiful islands that
know no season but summer.
That the Republican party is substan
tially an absolute utiit on the solid cur
rency question is pretty evident from
Senator Morton's utterance on the sub
ject in his very elaborate and carefully
prepared speccn, the urst which he has
made in the Ohio campaign. Elizabeth
Although a hue and cry is raised
against republicans for the onerous bur
dens they impose upon the members of
their party by laying contributions upon
them for political purposes, f Democrats
do the very same thing, and no party
can keep its machinery in good working
order only by this means. Pittsburgh
Mr. Delano himself may be as straight
and as pure as an archangel, but the In
terior lepariment nas lost tneconnaence
of the country, and that is not the con
dition for a jrre.it department of the Gov
ernment of the United States to be in.
After the'conclusion of Mr. Ke! ley's
paper-money speech a prominent business
man or this city, who heard bim through,
and who was favored with an introduc
tion, taid, "Mr. Kelley, your theory is
very beautiful, but how are you going to
put greenbacks into the hands of thoe
who have nothing to exchange for them! '
The hasty reply was, "I have no time to
discuss that question I must hurry up
and get on a dry undershirt." The chan
ces are that the question will never be
answered. Indianapolis Journal.
If Ohio shall vote for inflation, in the
coming election, it will be a clear case of
sinningagamst light. Mew York Tribune.
A foolish young man out West, in a
newspaper office, desires to know why
the police are not turned out in New
York, and the thieves nut in. Thatfs
exactly what has been done. Cincinnati
The Rockford. Rock Island & St.
Louis Railroad was sold yesterday, under
foreclosure, tor 91,320,000, although its
indebtedness to European and other
bondholders is nearly $11,000,000. Down
with the bloated bondholders, who only
lose seven-eighths of the money they
lend to an American railroad. Capital
must loosen its clutches on the throat of
labor. Chicago Post and Mail.
Seven divorce cases in the District
court for Cloud county.
The horse thieves have commenced op
erations on the Mennonites.
A new-fashioned beetle is eating the
cottonwoods in Chase county.
Four hundred and twenty-eight more
men than women in Riley county.
Arkansas City wants to buy a tug
boat, to propel boats on the Arkansas
The Sedgwick county grangers are
to build a warehouse at the Wichita
It is estimated that only one Kansas
tax payer in five holds a policy of insu
rance. " "" -
The Parsons Sun says that by pluck
and Position Kansas City belongs to
Atchison is talking np a railroad en
terprise via council Urove to the Wal
nut valley. ...
Judge Lowe has resigned his position
as Chief Justice of Utah and come home
to practice law.
The Chetopa Advance thinks it is time
our farmers were getting their ladders
reaay to gainer corn.
It will take three hundred thousand
dollars to repair the damages of the M.
K. & r. by high water.
The Greenwood county fair is to be
ItAlfl TllffeulaV WlltlJMu)IW4lllll TlltHU.!.!.
September 28, 29 and "0.
this year that was ever produced within
The St. Mary's Timet thinks it is hard
for a man to keep a pair of white pants
clean who was brought up to snuff a can
dle with his fingers.
Somebody withmore geuius than com
mon sense, and just enough money to
make a foolish venture, is going to start
a second paper in .Newton.
The new depot hotel at Abilene is to
be of brier, two stones high, the main
building 152x42, with two wings, store
house, etc, and will cost $12,VW.
The Lawrence Journal wants to know
if the law compelling county commis
sioners to give bond for the faithful dis
charge of their duties is being carried
We paid the Roilroad company six
and a-balf cents per pound on a keg of
inK irom ot iouis. aiiis fa uui stealing
at all, but just robbing. Hutchinson
The Junction City Union sensibly says:
"The Leavenworth Timet advises farmers
to sell their wheat now. They ought to
pay their debts, and thus relieve" other
The Wichita Beacon says that domestic
troubles led a citizen of that city to at
tempt suicide last Sunday. With the
exception of a powder burp, no damage
There is a woman in Fort Scott who
"never told her love," but she weighs
two hundred and fifteen pounds, and is
yet to see the man who dare knock a chip
bfl her shoulder. Monitor.
The Railroad Gazette says that 518
miles of new railroad have been complet
ed in the United States in 1875, against
737 miles reported for the same period
in 1874, and 1,996 in 1873.
Somebody stole the pocket bible of the
Winfield Couriei't local editor. It was
an illuminated edition with 52 leaves,
illustrated with portraits of eminent in
dividuals such as Knights, Kings and
Independence Courier: A Coffey ville
boy threw a piece of watermelon at an
old sow with one ear, the other day, and
missing his aim, soiled the shirt fronts
of eleven prospective Candidates for
The Hutchinson Newt says that Mr
DifTeubaugh's two acres of wheat, that
was measured for the purpose of compet
ing for the premium at the fair, was
threshed by Messrs. Shanan & Bell last
week, and weighs forty-eight bushels and
three pecks to the acre.
Senator Iugalls. of this State, has been
invited by the Executive Republican
Committee of Ohio to address the people
of that State, during the present cam
paign in the month of September. If
his other engagements will permit he
will accept the invitation.
The Ottawa Republican of the 12th
inst. says : Mr.J3ylvester Paul, of Pom
onia, brought in" a load of new corn yes
terday, as ripe and yellow as gold. We
dnn't'believe that this can be beat in the
state full ripe corn in the fore part of
August. The ears were all large and
George T. Anthony is in receipt of a
letter from A. T. Goshorn, Director Gen
eral at Philadelphia, stating that the
ground for the Kansas exposition build
ing at fairmount park has been staked
off. and that a map will be forwarded in
a few days, showing the exact location
of the building.
The Burlington Patriot says: "The
officers of the State Normal School at
Emporia send to Kansas City, Mo., to
have their pamphlets, circulars, etc.,
printed, and then request the editors of
Kansas papers to give tree local notices
of the school." inis is entirely wrong.
and should be condemned by the press of
Prof. Sbelton, of the Agricultural
College, has been taking a tour lately.
and contributes to the Industrialist, a
glowing description ot Dickinson county,
in which he says: "Let us place the
credit where credit belongs, it is the
beneficent action of the herd law that
has wrought this agricultural miracle.
We wish it distinctly understood that
with the faots we now have we are first.
last and all the while in favor of the
Michigan boasts of a horse 51 years old.
Mrs. Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" has
sold largely at the South since the war.
A temporary town has sprung up at
the mouth of the Mississippi called Port
Five hundred barrels of flour is the
daily average .consumption of Chicago
The Louisville Courier-Journal cata
logues forty-six aspirants for Andy John
son's seat in the Senate.
An aditional recovery of specie to the
amount of $100,000 has been made by
the divers ironi tne wreck or the steamer
Miss Agnes Livingstone, eldest daugh
ter of the distinguished African explorer
was married on the 28th of July,. at
The jury in the Mountain Meadow
massacre trial, were unable to agree, and
were discharged. It was understood
they stood 9 to 39 for the acquittal of
The latest and by all odds the most
formidable candidate for Governor of
Georgia is the Hon. Alexander H. Ste
phens. The State journals are talking
np his name with much enthusiasm.
A yonng man at Lancaster sent a dol
lar to a firm in New York who adver
tised a receipt to prevent bad dreams.
He received a slip of paper on which was
printed, "Don't go to sleep."
"The Reform Deaths in St, Louis last week. 189:
It is the office children under five yean of age, 125.
New Orleans is getting nervous over
the report -oj yellow fever at Pascagonla.
The Republican journals in Pennsyl
vania are sanguine of a "good majority
Moncure D. Conway declares that
Spiritualism, so called, s fcaving a rapid
decadence in London.
Long .Branch comes forward as a
claimant for one or both of the Presiden
tial Conventions next year.
The income of the New York HcmH
last year was $1,700,000. James Gor
don's net profits $600,000.
In the recent storm on the Jersey
coast they say ;t actually blew so hard as
to blow tne aneiis on the clams.
Gen. F. E. Spinner is now named as
the Republican zndidate for the State
treasurer in .New York this rail.
A company of cadets have been organ
ized at the Michigan Agricultural Col-
Xege, and the Governor has promised
Rear Admiral Reynolds, going to com
mand the Asiatic squadron, telegraphs
that his flagship has passed through the
It is expected that the topographical
survey of Ureat Britain will take a hun
dred years to complete, and will cost
You might as well try to stuff butter
down a wild cat's throat with hot awl,
as to force inflation on the people. Cin
Gladstone's eldest son is to marry the
youngest daughter ot ixra nun tyre.
The young lady is known as the Honor
able Gertrude Stuart,
While a St. Louis man was at breakfast
with his family, the other morning, two
former wives dropped in on him quite in
formally with a policeman.
The large amount of $63,000,000 worth
of property belonging to churches and
benevolent institutions is exempt from
taxation in New York City.
The Democratic majority on members
of Congress in North Carolina in 1874
was 20,975, and in 1875 the State goes
Republican. How is that for tidal wave.
Adjacent to the building to be erected
for the display of the United States Gov
ernment exhibits, there will be a model
of the "Po3t .Hospital" used in the late
St. Louis has a society called "The In
stitutional Mission of St. Louis" whose
object is to visit and religiously instruct
the inmates of the various city and coun
Of the twenty-five commodores now in
the United States navy not one of them
has served less than thirty years, while
the longest term of service extends over
It is said the Democrats of New York
have raised $200,000 to secure the re
election of Gov. Gaston, of Massachusetts
with a view to make bim their presiden
tial candidate in 1876.
The Republicans have not yet opened
their campaign in Miami county. But
there is a tremendous caterwaul in the
camp of the party in which the "office
always seeks the man."
Jefferson Davis, we learn from a tele
gram sent by him to the Winnebago
County (HI.) Fair Association, will be
prevented by unforseen circumstances
from delivering the address.
The total amount of paper currency in
the United States greenbacks, fraction
al currency. National bank notes, and
all in 1870. was $691,836,969. On the
1st day of July, 1875, it was $773,106,058.
Ann Eliza is out in a published state
ment of what sho knows about the Moun
tain Meadow massacre. She says her
husband, Brigham Young, gave the or
der for the slaughter of the immigrants.
The highest bridge in the world will
be built at the crossing of the Kentucky
river, on the Cincinnati Southern Rail
way, near the Shaker Ferry. The grade
line is 275 feet and six inches above low
A fair idea of the quality and intelli
gence of Kentucky voters is gained from
a statement in the Louisville Courier-
Journal that "votes went freely for fifty
cents apiece, or by wholesale for $5 a
The official schedule of Duncan, Sher
man & Cos. Receiver has been filed.
Debts and liabilities, $4,910,138. The
assets nominally amounted to $1,119,
368. The assets actually amounted to
Gen. Sheridan is the proprietor of a
new law snit as well as of a new wife.
James S. Wheeler, .of Louisiana, wants
$358,778 for property confiscated by the
General in 1867 while in command of
Robert Dale Owen's son and daughter
and attending Physician, have written
letters denying that his insanity was
caused by. or in any way connected with
his belief in spiritualism or his study of
The Cincinnati Commercial stakes its
reputation as a prophet on the question
that the Republicans will carry Ohio
this fall ; and the Enquirer, which has no
reputation to stake, wagers money that
the Democrats will have 25,000 majority.
Cortina reached the city of Mexico a
prisoner and is now at the prison of Sat
iago Tbaltellalco. As soon as sufficient
evidence is obtained, his military trial
for disobeying orders will begin. Corti
na declares his innocence. He says he is
the victim of United States authorities.
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Real Estate Broker
And Agent fos the Sals or
L. L, &. G. Bailroad Lands
IOLA, Allem CMtj,) KAHBAB.
J IF. COLBORU;
At corner Maditon and Washinjtm Aoemme,
Is positively telling BETTER GOODS and more' of them for LESS MONET
than at any other Dry Good estahllnhmnit to Southern gaaa.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
Which have been selected with great care. A handsome stock of QUEENb-
WARE of the best brands. GLASSWARE in all varietks, which
I sell at unquestionably LOW PRICES.
And LADIES SERGE GAITERS to rait the most ftstidioas
HATS AND CAPS FOB MEW AXD BOYS,
In styles to suit the Professional Man, the Business Man, the Farmer,
the Mechanic and the Plow Boy.
J Window Hollands, Paper 'Shadet and Patttm' Curtain Fiituret eontlanthf
on hand. Wall Paper in great variety. H
J. & P. Coats' and Clark's O. N. T. Spool Thread in all numbers, and
story is not half told. We will prove the tacts at the counter.
MY ENTIRE STOCK
Boots and Shoes.
t c H" " " AVJ "f
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Are now offered
At Greatly Reduced Prices
With tlie intention of closing out.
Now is the Time, and the Sign of
the Big Boot the place
To get the
Very BEST BARGAINS ever offered in this Market.
From and after the 15th of July w will be pre-
DELIVERED AT OUR PRESS IN IOLi
We expert to continue bnyins thronghont the
eeason, and will par the beat price that can be
afforded in cash for all the hay made within hanl
injr dUUnce of Iola; bat It moat be cut early,
well cured, fresh and bright. Bleached and In
ferior hay will not pay for transportation at any
S. T. ELLIS & CO.
JNO. FRANCIS & CO.
WhelNale sad Xstail Dealers ia
Groceries & Drugs
M STOtK IS ENTIRELY NEf .". ,
The attention of Merchants and Dealers generally is called to oni stock of coed
consisting of every thing in the Grocery and Dragline, which we are
now selling as low as any bouse in Southern Kansas can sell
the same quality of goods.
It is not always the article that costs the least money that is the cheapest.
We are buying and have on hand the r
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET.
We are handling the QUINCY EAGLE and SIOUX CITY FLOUR, whick
we can warrant to be of first rate quality.
Our Stock of Drugs and Chemicals
Is narfvaUd la Soatasra aaasas.
They are of the Purest Quality and all Fresh, -
Tory bavinK been irieeted nnder the ntnniul nnnlilm r ... w. m tu
wbo ha had yare of experience in the pnrehaie ana dfmeiuine- of Dn.n. ti.. jZi TS-
pirate the public in general both a to price and in quality of good. Uiva u a call.
The highest market price paid for Produce of all kinds.
W&'Goodt delivered FREE in any part of the City.&l
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded at all boars, day or night.
f C fd 49(1 pwdsj-. Agents wanted AUclame
of working people of both eexe.
j mate more money ai wore lor us
intbetrown localities, daring their spare mo
menta, or an the time, than at anything eke.
We offer employment that will pay handsomely
for every hour' work. Full partiralari. terms,
4c, sent free. Send na yonV address at once.
Don't delar. XntrU thorinu. ninHnnV t..r
Work Or btUineaa lhi imttl mn hrj. iMm.
ed what we offer. ti. TrvoYUa.
IJT l'urtland, .Maine.
DYB GOODS, GROCERIES,
Hats and Cap, Boota and Saoea, Drag, Medicines, Hardware Nail. '
Cattery, Qneenswaie, and ' " '
AGENT FOR MORTON'S GOLD PENS.
I pay cash down for my goods, and offer great inducements to cash buyers. '
Will Not be Undersold by any one.