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THE HG BLUE UMON,
E. C. MANNING,
Saturday, At;sstl3ili IS64.
"Flag of tue. fre hearts hope and home,
By angel hands to valor given;
Thy stars have lit the -welkin dome,
And all thy hues Tveie born of hciven.
Forever float that Standard Smeet!
Where breathes the foe but falls befora us
"WithFreedom'ssoil beneath our feet,
And Freedom'- banner streaming o'er us.
For Yice President,
We go io press to-day s best we can.
The Indian troubles west of us compel us
In accordance with the call of the Re
publican State Central Committee for a
State Bonvention to be held at Topeka on
the 8th day of September, 186-1, for the
purpose of placing in nomination candi
dates for the following officers, viz : A
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary
of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Superinten
dent of Public Instruction, Attorny Gen
eral, Judge of the Supreme Court, Repre
sentative in Congress and three Presiden
tial Electors for the State the undrsigned
call upon the Republican Union Voters
of Narshall County to meet at their res
pective places of holding Towi.8hip elec
tions, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 27th.
1864, at 2 o'clock P. M., to appoint dele
gates'loa County Convention to be held
atMaryeille, on Saturday, September, 3d
1864, at 2 o'clock P. M. to appoint a dele
gate from Marshall County to the Con
vention as above.
It will also be the business of the Coun
ty Convention to plaqe in nomination can
didates for the offices of Probate Judge,
District Clerk, State Representitive. Su
perintendant of Public Instruction and
County Attorney for Marshall County.
In the State Conuention each Repossen
tative District is entitled to one Delegate.
In the County Convention each Town
ship is 'entitled to the following number of
Delegates, viz : Marysville 6 ; Vermillion
6, Blue Rapids 5 ; Guittaad 4.
1 By order of the Committee.
' ' Committee.
Aug. 11, 1S64. 2t
" Correspondence of the Uxiox.
South Platte, July 24th, :6L
Mr. Editor : Thinking that it might
be interesting as well as beueficial to some
of the leaders of the Union, to learn the
true state of affairs as they now exist along
this great inland line of travel, I avail my
self of this opportunity to throw together
a few facts as they are now transpiring
around us here. There has been' rumors
afloat for a year or more past, that the In
dians of the Plains were going lo make war
upon the whites, though very few persons
paid any attention to the rumors, until
what was then not improbable has ripened
into an horrible reality. Those brutal
massacres in Minnesota are likely to be
reenacted here upon the Plains.
- " On July the 18th, about four o'cleck in
the evening, we had just hitched up and
rolled out from Living Springs, forty-two
miles east from Denver, when the not very
agreabie news came in that there was three
hundred Indiens over the hill, which might
bo two or four miles off. Now we were in
a pretty dilemma; surrounded by blood
thirsty varmints, determied upon plunder
and blood. However as we did not put
much confidence ia the reliability of the
report we rolled on over the aforesaid hill
life - but saw no formidable army drawn up to
k,i- overwhelm our little outfit. We camped
some six miles from the Springs, on the
i-t. ; Tgk prairie, and I can assure you that but
fitting little sleep visited us that night. There
was seven of us in company, 'and all the
arms that we had lo defend ourselves with
against any force of Indians that might
discover us was two revolvers and one rifle.
Morning, that to us seemed a harbinger of
safety, at last dawned, and we were rolling
over the broad prairie, with no living ob-
ject in view as far as the vision could ex
tend. In the couse of the day we met a
train that had been attacked the day before
on the Bijo. There was two men killed
and several wounded. The remainder
saved themselves. Jby getting to a ranch
which fortunately was but a short distagce
off The Indians run o( alL the horses,
and all the cattle, killing many of the latter.
Towards evening we reached the Bijo;
and all theanimate beings which the day
previous were scattered around this water
ing place, not one was left to tell the tale
of havoc and bloodshed. The ground was
strewn with corn, flour, &c, caps, coats,
punts and boots, some of them saturated
with blood, were laying around, also two
scalps, which they undoubtedly threw down
and forgotten while plundering the wigods.
As there were Indians seen prowling round
in the neighborhood wc concluded to get
to other prrls us soon as possible, and the
following day we reached the Platte, where
we found hundreds of wagons corralled for
better protection. Ehere was five' men
killed tier this placfi and several wounded.
These are the plain facts as they have oc
curied so far in this vicinity. To what ex
tent tb,ey will carry their depredations, is
as yet a matter of conjecture. If the Sioux,
Cbevinnes and other tribes combin, we
may expect very troublesome times along
this road soon. Every one who intends
crossing the Plains should be well armed ;
fcr in being well prepared therd is much,
especially with Indians. They will hesi
tate pre they run on danger. By beting
cautious and well prepared, many will get
through safe who otherwise would not.
The Korflsern Conspiracy A Bold
Plot Sotue of tli"ai-ties Start
Provost Marshal Sanderson, at St. Louis
has succeeded in detecting and ferriting
out the details of a very extensive conspir
icy to revolt against the Government and
establish a Northwestern Confederacy.
The head of the conspirary exists at
Richmond, and its ramifications extend
throughout the whole South and North, in
the shape of secret, oath bound societies,
pledged to the overthrow of the Govern
ment of the United States, and the'bstab-'
lish'nent of upon the condition of the re
owaition of ths rebel States.
Sterling Price is said to be the Supreme
Commander? and C. L. Vallandigham
Commander of the Northern Section.
Vallandigham is said to have been initia
led into the Order while at Richmond,
and during his residence in Canada to
have initiated a large number of Peace
Democrats who visited him there, anc af
terwards went home 'to organize the Order
in their several States,
Among the more prominent personages
connected with it, are William B. Reed of
Pennsylvania ; George H Pendleton, and
George E. Pugh, of Ohio ; Christian Knb
boti, of St. Louis ; Wilber N. Storey, of
the Chicago Times, Mr. Merrick; oij Chi
cago, and Lafayette Devlin," of 'Indiana
An outbreak was planned fbxtfie 10th of
March last, but for some reason not stated,
k did not take place.
It was agreed that a general uprising
should take place on the 4th of July, at the
meeting of the Chicago Convention, when
Valandighaa would openlp avow the
purpose of the Order, and the thousands
of armed men assembled there should in
stantly go to work. Federal officers, Gov
ernors, and influential Unionists were to
to be killed or seized wherever found ; arms
depots of supp les, vessels and railroads
seized and by one bold, resolute offcrt made
throughoui the whole country aided by an
advance of tie rebel armies, the Federal
Govrnrnent utterly overturned. The post
bonement of the Chigo Convention defea
ted the execu'ionof ths marvellous scheme
The Order is stated to have "between 20,000
and 39.000 members in Missouri, nearly
150, 000 in Illinois, 100,000 in Indiana,
nearly 100 000 in Ohio, 60,000 in Ken
tucky and 200.00Q in New York the pro
portion of them organized and well armed.
Atchison 'Free Press.
The State Teachers' Association that
mer here last week was a perfect surcess.
About forty teachers and several friends
of education from different parts of the
State, were in attendance. We heard one
county superintendent, who came sixty
miles, say that the exercises of one evening
paid him for coming. The feeling waa
universal that it was well for them to be
here. The next meeting will be held in
Atchison. By the way, it is said there is
an educational journal published at Leav
enworth. We have never seen a copy of
it. TopeJca Record.
Aaethe patriotic women of the country,
and meu exempted from the braft, fully
aware tnat they can now be personally rep
resented upon the battle field and in the
uavy by sending a "representative recruit f"
There are mswy such who have said
ibey wished tney coulc fight for'their coun
try. There are many very many, who
have really wished for the opportunity.
The oonortunitv is how open to them all. .
Sol Miller On Tae Draft. '
Hundred Days' Me. Thera is con
siderable feeling throughout the county,
in reference to the draft to Ail the qiiota
for hundred days men. A liberal share
of the blame is laid to Col. Tracy. This
we think is. unjust. A draft was ordered
by somebody, and jiow appears that it was
not legal ; but Col. Tracy acted under tne
orders of his superiors, and not to blame.
We believe that Col. Tracy endeavors to
do just wnat is right, and what is for the
best interest of the public ; but he holds a
military office, and is compelled to obey
the orders of his superiors. If these orders
are wrong, or distastefui to the public, the
Bolonel is not to blame fork. But he has
certainly more reason than any one" else to
complain of the matter, for he expenden'in
the business over one hundred' dollars of
his own means, which he has but a slim
prhspect of getting back. The Captains
of Companies in this County are also cen
sured in toe matter, when in fact they were
acting under orders, and have been forced
to beat their share of the loss and ridicule
In fact, we believe tlie wholp business of
the draft originated from some mistak or
blunder; and as nobody has been "serious
ly killed, we think the best course is to let
it pass and forget it. White Cloud, Chief.
Yes, most any Carnpyite is willing to
forget that part of Carney's administrative
The Dubuque (Iowa) Ilerald contains
a description of a cave in Jackson county,
which must rank among the greatest curi
osities of the West. It is located in the
forks of the Maquoketa, about eight miles
west of the village of that name. It ex
tends about a quarter of a mile under
ground, and terminates in a large circular
room, capable of accomodating a thousand
person. The cave audits entrance and
surroundings are of a singular picturesque
wildness and beauty. Ex.
We have visited the cave many a time
and oft. It has thre mouths or places "of
entrance, from one of wnich flows a large
stream which rises in the"' cavern ; and a
few feet from where the water gushes from
the cave a large stone flouring mill is erec
ted which is run by the stream. (Ed.)
Murder. The Baldwin City Observer
says. A murder was committed at Gar
netl, Kansas, upon a woman by a negro,
under circumstances too shocking fcr ears
poTite. The victim was a widow". Last
Monday night "whilejier daughter was at
the tneatre, a negao entered the house of
her mother, and after insulting her, struck
her with an ax. She fell down senselesi j
but soon she sprang to her feet and ran
out into the oack yard, the negro following
her. He split open her head, chopping.
Her daughter, on her return home,
mis&ed her mother, and ran out at the
back" door, when lo and benold ! there lay
the horribly mangled body of her mother,
weltering in the blood.
The murderer was arrested and hung,
and his head was cut off. It is now in the
hands of Dr, Derby, phrenologis.
Purely Financial. "Muggins," our
financial man, says thrt the late draft was
But a financial mesure of Gov. Carney's to
put niogey into circulation. Hayinfc. sent
large numbers of the Leryejj worth Times
to' the farmers and peopla'in the country,
anrl. receiving no money therefor, he con
cluded to make them "shell out" by order
ing a draft, knpwsng that in paying for sub
stitutes and bounties for volunteers most
every man would gladly 'plank down" his
$5, S10, or $20, thereby relieving- his
'hoarded treasures' and at the same time
putting his .money into belter circulation1!
Who knows but what this is one of his
wise financial movements ? It must he re
membered that he is a financivl man.
Scott Mayberry, a soldier of the 2d Kan
sas, was captured by a party of guerrillas
in the vicinitybf Fort Smith, on the 27th
of June, stripped of his clothing, taken
into the brush and 'cruelly murdered. He
had been engaged ap a scout bv Col. Cloud,
and was a very reliable and efficient one.
Dr. Graham of Troy, has occepted an
appointment as Surgeon for the 13th Kansas.
BOOT & SHOE-MAKER.
Ift Know all men by these presents,
yg that I make Boots and Shoes of all
L sizes and of every description imagina
Wfeble, for those who may be so kind as to
give me a chll," at No. 63 Broadway, where I
shall always be on hand. My material is the
bestthat cn be purchased for gold or Treasury
Notes. Come aldng and bring your feet, 1 can
fit them; doa't carte if they are as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to make their owner Mnsh.
Charges as moderate as the times will admit.
K. B. I will also repair harness as neatly
s possible and at very low figures. My motto
a to work cheap for 'cash.
LEGAL NOTICE. "
George G. Pierce, David E. Ballard, Thomas
Mv Bowen and Josephine A. P. Bowei, whose
residences are unknown, will take notice that
Htfbry Barieklow on the 28th day of July, A.
Dt 18;4, filed his petition in the Listrist Court
of the Second Judical District of the State of
Kansas- hr and "for Marshall County, -nrith
Washington, Shirley and Republic Counties at
tached "for Judicial puiposes, agafnst George
G. Pierce; David . Ballard, Thomas M. Bowen
and Josephine A. P. Bowen, on a note dated
Washington; Washington County Kansas
August 21stk1860, for the snra of 200,00, pay
able in twelve mouths from date with interest
after due, at 20 percent per annum, and the
obiectof this suit i? to obtain judgment against
the above named defendants on the note men
tioned, and a decree of ftfreelosare and sale of
the East half of the North-East quarter of Sec
tion Number Eleven (11) and the South-East
quarter of the South East $ of Section Nnmber
Two (2) and the South-West of he .-outh-Webt
of fcectioniN umber One (1) inTomnship Num
ber Ihree (3 ) South of Range Number
Three (3) East in Washington County Stateof
ivansas, containing IbO aors, conveyed by the
said deorge G. Pierce, David E. Ballard, Thom
as M. Bowen and Josephine A. P. lia en to se
cure the payment of the said note to the Plain
tiff and also the :sts of this suit, and that un
less the said defendants, plead, answer or demur
to the PlainthTs petition on or before the lOih
day of October, A. D. 1SG4, the siyne will be
ta&eu as confessed and judgment rendered ac
cordiugly. B. b KILLEV,
Attest, c Plaintiffs Ait'y.
Alaxxder CAnrnELi,, Clerk.
Dated August, 6th, 1SG4. 1S-7
Rachel Gilmore, whose residence is unknown
will take notice that Henry Barieklow on the
26th day of July, A. D. 18M, filed his petition
in the District Court of the Second Judicial Dis
trict of the State of Kansas, in and for Marshall
County with others attached fov judicial pur
poses, against Rachal Gilmore on a note dated
Nottingham, Marshall County, August 3d, 1SC0
for the sum of $240,0'.; payable in twelve months
from date, with interest after due, at 20 per eent
per annum, and the object of this suit is to ob
tain judgment against the above named defend
ant on the note mentioned, and a decree of
foreclosure and sale c-f (he South West quarter
of Section Twenty-fcur (24) in Townchip Num
ber One (1) Soiuh of Rane Number Four (4)
East in Washington County Kansas, containing
1G0 acres, conveyed by the said RachcL Gilmore
to secure the payment of the said note to the
plaini iff, mid also the costs of this suit; and
that unless the defendent plead, answer or de
mur to the plaintiff's petition on or before the
10th day of October, A. D. lfcGi, the same will
be taken as confessed and judgment tendered
accordingly. B P. KILLEY,
Ateest, Plaintiff ;s. A tt'y.
Alaxander Campbell, Clerk. 19-7
Dated AuguskOth, 18G4.
Benton Arnold whose residence is unknown
will take notice that Henry Baricklow'oa the
28th day of July, A. D. 1804, filed his petition
in the District Court of the Second Judicial
District of the State of Kansas, in and for Mar
shall county with others attached for Judicial
purposes, against Benton Arnold, on a note
dated Nottingham, Marshal county, Ausust
30th 18G0J for the sum ot 2-f),00 payable in
twelve months from date, uh interest affcr
due, at 20 per cent per'annum, and the object of
this suit is to obtain juugmentagimst the above
named defendent on the note mentioned, aud a
decree of foreclosure and sale of the South half
of the North East quarter and North -h ilf of
the South East quarter of Section Nineteen (19)
in Township Five (5) South of Range eight (8)
East, in Marshall county Kansas, containing
1G0 acres, conveyed by the said Benton Ar
nold to secure the piymeni of the said note to
the plaintiff, and also to obtain a judgment on
the mortgage for the sum of $50,00 liqutdated
dimages and the costs af this suit, and that un
less the said defendent plead, answer or demur
to the plaintiff's petition on or before the 10th
day of October, A, D. 1864, the same will be
taken as confessed and judgment rendered ac
cordingly. B. F. KILLEY.
Attest, Plaintiff's Att'y.
Alexander Campbell Clerk. 19-7
Dated August. Gth 1964.
John Perkins, Rebecca A. Perkins, Thomas
M. Bowen and Josephine A. P. Bowen whose
residences are unknown, will take notice that
William S. Field on the 5th day of August, A.
D, 1864, filed bis petition against them in the
District-Court of the Second Judicial District of
the State of Kansas in and for Marshall county
with Washington, Shirley and Republic coun
ties in said State attached for Judicial purposes.
The object and prayer of said petition is to ob
tain judgment against the said John Pet kins on
a certain promissory note dated October 6th
18G0, given by said John Perkins to William S.
Field, forthe sura of $190, with interest there
on from date, to-wi : August 6th 18G0, at the
rate of 20 per cent per annum until paid; and
to obtain a decree of foreclosure and order of
sale of the West half of the South East quarter,
and East half of the South Wess quarter of Sec
tion manner Twenty-Nine, in Township num
ber Two South of Range number Four East, in
Washington county State of Kansas, conveyed
by said John Perkins and Rebecca x. Perkins,
by mortgage to the said William S. Field to se
sure the payment of said promissory note, to
the said William S. Field, and to obtain judg
ment on said mortgage for the sum of Fifty dol
lars liquidated damages for foreclosure thereof
and costs of this suit, and that the said John
Perkins. Bebecca A. Perkins, Thomas M. Bowen
and Josephine A. P. Bowen be barred and for
er foreclosed of all right, claim, lien, interest,
dower interest and equity of redemption in and
to said mortgaged premises. The said John
Perkins, Rebecca A. Perkins, Thomas M. Bowen
and Josephine A. P.. Bowen are notified that un
less they appear and plead, answer or demur
on or before the Seventh day of October A. D.
1864, the said petition will be taken as true and
Judgment rendered ace jrdiugly.
BRUMBAUGH & BOLLLNGER,
August 5th 1'864. Attorneys
19-7t ForWm. S Field.
Mrs. -Sarali Foster,
Is prepared to do U kinds cf amiinery Work. Repair
aad drwaea hp bonnets, fctfs, 4c JToi k dono in the latest
style and on tbo shortest ord:r.
JunelSe. 3-13-ly . .
JOHlSr HALL, M. D.5
Physician and Surgeon.
Having permanently located in Marysville,
Kansas, respectfully solicits a share of the pa
tronage of Uiecounty. Will always be found
at his office when not professionally caeaS
Particular attention paid to all diseases peculiar
10 women and children. vn '
lccrnl -v -a
Joel B. Abbott ana Mirfa Ahh .
the Territory of NebmsV ",, . : r"
Francis Kirkwood, on the 1st iiiVV
D. 1864 filed his petition iQ 7?
ciai uistnct uourt of the State r
and for Marshall Counrv Tvua
in said S'ate attached for Juj -
against tlie said Joel B. Abbot- a
batt ; tlie object and prayer cf s
to obtain judgment against the a j
bott for th&bum ofoue hundred n u
with interest thereon from tnot.v1.
A. D. I860, at the rate of tWentv J
annum until naul. on a certain nJ-
dated July 24th 18G0, given bv T
Abbott to a certain John Potter -T
the said 4hn Potter juI,;- u9
said Francis Kirkwood; anif "''
sum of twenty-five dolLa attorney '""
the sum of twenty-four dollars anj , T
amountpaid to redeem the lipid, r . T
lands from sale tor taxes, asd f r
luicwujuic suu uruer oi sale o: & i
the North West quarter an.l ., i
quarter of the North West qui-ve-Four,
Township Four South of R
of the Sixth Principal Merilnn" -shall
County Kansas, comes l
JoclE. Ahb"ft and Mara Vv, v
to the said John loiter Jim. to r ,
ment of said promisory r.cfe, w
was afterwards conveyed ly si 1 l
Juu. to said Francis. Kirkf-t ai
sons be forever foreclosed from t , .
or equity of redemption in ami to
gaged premises. Ami the nd I oj
and Maria Abbott are further r
are required to appear ard inxr -s
on or before the 9th diy o r oj
186t or jn3gment will be t.iki .
against them. Dated J r
By Brumbaugh $. Bclliacc- -no
15 7t "
Order of Publication
STATR OF KANSAS, J
M&rtull County, j "
In thirocoud Judicial P'-tmtOrr if thi r
s.ti."mr w ithin and for "Mar!ia'i c un
ton, fchirlcy and Hepiiblicittm 1 it! for iu !
IaacW. Brj.in. 1'hiutitl, n J .nTr.w. j,
and Atinun Hananr. I rfiTt. I' r,
mine-ot Krfert.md I'otr.ncn'n.vu, Ut
iiinlor the nam j and stjle of Han-i r .
You, th above n".n.ed deRndiaJs m- r
St.te ot Kpn-ii, will tik. n:Ke tint Isu . j
Ncbrn-tkaCitv. Nebra-ka Ternton, .1 I i,a .
May. A. D 11, file h-s ti' a'm :i
District Court of tlie fctiKii Kann, Mtt .
lor M irsh rl county, w lth Wihw,.i m,
lie nttach-d for jmlmal jinrpo-e-' ir , t
named dpJonJants, John Tniett. J T
IIitMuer, Krfertauri I'ttriut;, thpt'ir I. ,
under the njnie, firm and stlo of II un i '
the object of th-uit and th r r i' -tli.it
T-.i.ic W Urjan, plamtitf, istln imitr
ing kooIs and cb ittels. to wit- sventv,
work cattle, bonded I. C. on the h I
freis'it wigon- lp nvrajon h" - ii
for:v-two lojrjchuas one hundred an i
hundred and fiftv et of wind w -a h, 'h
said pi until h cct'tled totlv mmi'ilntc j"
eood and ilnt'a'.and thitjen, tN.""i4iV
Itwfullv, wrongful!-, and uii'u.-' (Vtno iu
ion the &aii! jjooil and chattel- fnm 'h
said ji'aintitf thitth return of the il r
delivery L-5netl m tlu- action. -bot tbit lv v
order Ii tool: in bi ioM!on,trnm j -u -Hii'i
:lh following property to wit v'
work cattle, bramled 1 C. on h left h
joke: twenty eight rhifn eleven vi n
M.vena k, and eight wi'ons-and fr n
Court tiu.t tkiid defendant tit! vir s ud c
thepla ntitt: and that sruI plimttff r t
igiiut wd defendant- for tliiism of 1 1 ti i
Lis damage 'r-taini'd b r a jiu of miIiih i i
by dtii luianntrf. And jon, th i d d. f mU
nonfl th.it on, and eaih of jm.aro r-
and answer ud petition on or lfnre tlif - i
ber, A D. loM. mil thituiiliv? ! 'l in w r
or lo-furo tl" d i la-tn imcd, sud ft. i a i i
fistrue ai l judgment rendiredactornm.il
Dated thia 'Islh day of June, A D. 1 i
bv Uninibaiigli L Bol.m.'er, I .
Order o" Pu!i!acalion
George O Hamilton and 3!arj K li ti
dents of !i St iteof Kansas, will i Kr im i
Kirk wo. d, did. on the 2Sth dav of .'in '
his petition aj,-unst them in the. ?ecrii Jai
Court tof the M ito of Kansas, Wi'Iiiu an 1 '
contvvnth V.'aslnnton iid otbr c ant
ittach'd fr jndicitl pii'non-s: 'ih- ' f " '
s.ud petition i to obtain Judgment asun-ttai-
; II imiltjn for the ewm of Two IUa '' i '
forty lo:i Its with interest at the n'e
prr annum rroni the l":!i ii ty ot Jiv. I K
tain pro:i.:sor note givtn bv said He-r, K
one John I'otHr.jr., di'd the 13th d 'J''
forthe-umof Two IliindruID)lhr , i ti i
annum intere-t from dte until paid wh i
thei7tlilij of JuIyA.D. lSivktrniifer'.d
-aid John Potter, jr., to the eanl Fmaris K
for the further sum of twmtj x 7-100 do ir
redemption monev paid on 1 he herein-ft rl
Iei, and twtntj-fivi' dollars attorncj pv '
sad costs ot this uit and for auVreecf f -mle
of the east half ot the north-weU iur.r
wt h tlf of tio north-east ,iiartcr 1 1 -thirtj
fjur. in township number one,, ouh r
seven last. ms.-id .Mar-hall count .itateof t
veyed'bymort agt, by the said Otorge t. I
Mary K. Hamilton to the said John I'otur,
th invnent or end iirnmNorj note an'' -
w.is bv the haul John 1'ottcr, jr , on the 2T:b
. D.'l'-fw, tnmsfcrreil and a-dgued to tlie
kirkwoo-I. The ml George V. Uimilt a a
iinn.iifr.n.nrK further notified that they are r
pear and plead to said petith a on or 1-.' '
-entcmoer, A.o.iowt; or j"i'" j:.,,.,.-,,.
jou bydefault. I-itACIS nil ''
June 2S, 1SG4 . t-,7w
Order 8 Pnbllcaiioli.
THE STATE OF KANSAS, 1 s3
JIarohall County. , ,.
In the Dutrict Court of the Second Judicial -
state of Kansas, ittlnliiilcmntr cM."
hincton, Shirley and itepublic attacW f
Kirkwi-jd pi antltf. filed his petition mtht
, the -Jitnuay oi .miiu,
,.tirah IlaIeh,John .Mes.n,nj-
ed court on
i..-...T.., ,rt..r..;.i eniil -nut is niwi'--'
jectof which, andthcprayerof.i.dKttion i
judgment upon a pron.L-.rv " t ,
abl- in twelve months alter the a e U. re i,
Tr Hnmlreil Dollars. Willi iu'w'-
ICth .1 y of July, U'Aat the rateof :P"
ttccuted and delivered by Qnmcy A. Da""',,, j
jr , and by the said John Fotttr jr. on h -AD
1-i. a.ipil and tn.n,f rred t y t- ,
K'irkwoix!, plain-iff; and to secure the Pf (
.nmof monev m-ntiontd in said note tn
Balchand Sarah .lUlch excctite.1 anue"'"Ih, r
... . r ii.vk tn Tlin Potter. J' , " .
rlavol JUIV. .."i - - - . .-.-
conveying the following lau.J, to .' ,
ter of action tblrtyfive. c t
aeven (7)ea, Iving and being ia iw.
Ternary, now State of k.n, wJ,,Dd -tLe27jh
day of July, A. -,;, Kirkwoi
bycddJolin Totter, jr., to - p M on .a .
that there now remains " the snm '
mgage referred to n said rt
drtd and fl'nffli 27th daj of U
Mid la.t ment one-J.nm fron jn
ltTnt tho rateof 20 per ceu ,,, k.a rr.
to; said note referred to in e f one bcI
"SSin5y ; drTaVTvwth interest as afonJ
fifty-five SHOO driistj. lollaM attorneys
.-.ti ,i,'rthereoiof "" 0"." .,,;meJ,
closure of !! ""'JJ u I to rr the -"
D. 1S, or that VOOD. I',
&"lfc bvBrumugh finger, hi-
June 27, 1SC1- 14-7 1 r Zx
of the Nervous JYr .flections r w
Weakness. Impo,tencc,an Prematura Decay,
Organs, Physical Debility nd I m1 Howarl A
reluble treatment, in I eport o m
8 ntbymaiUin ff 'f," r Gf irON, oW!ira
dress Dr.J.SK.LL B "OCGIItro t ,