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How's politics f u getting to be the al
ntatiou. Back numbers of tbs Turn for sale at
Voa can ft more goods of M. Collar lnr
one dollar than any oilier place west of
Topeka. Try it.
The energies and talent of the Larned
licpnhlicin aie devoted to abusing tie
editor of the 11 ess.
ilov. T. I- Davis. Demociatic candi
tlalcfur Congress Irom thin district, is
billed to spi-k bore on the 20lh mst.
Gev. T. T. Tatuib, our next State Sen
"3tor, ri-n hrr 0.1 the 30th. Hon. John
(In bn will ibn sneak on the same occa
sion. IJof "o.! seakers.
TiikIi"! i !w.ir home of W. W.
Ha'bji' j' cnuon, wasdestroied hv
In i ii. i . Value of Mock destroyed.
$.0,(M mail!. i. Cf. fit, 004.
Asatfentlf 'a t candidates, the Ox-
fmd :ndci i 1-"i man sais: "All who
had theni have ' e-ji wearing ovcrcoita
during the pas' 'iwt Wo haven't worn
Hon. XL W. Kkyxouis. of the PaiwiB
Sun, and hrnitirrm o.ir fellow townsman .
Mr. Y- (1. iteii oli'o. has been nominated
hv the Ki-patiUMii- to repicrnt !
county in the li"ature. He is e nt
the shrewdest .il tn! i i l the State-
Tns "Inland fr tine" ii the name of
the MowGrfUiIif d paper, and it prm
cipa mission is to make pen picture of
itacit.teiiiporaiv, tho editor of ue Kerns
ter loeReguter man it'torts lu a sUle
vr ich mini d lileo iniared innocence.
Tuey are both good papers, but were
never made ti lue together happilv.
TneTopeVaUaiU H'ad H growing fat
anJ prosperous. It has lately cniareed.
and. so far as mechanical apiearance it
concerned, is ahead of any dally in Kan
sas. They may callswajzea Mack-mailer
and a scandal sender. '" n0 ,nQ8f a"
adast that the Made ii spicj. and is
ImiuiiiI to bucceed.
TllBdahetu- Vdvance savs tbst "the
Chika.oosaliid'-'-'-iir'e.it. Ifice County Ca
ret!-. W i-1- JJ'ade. Linn County
Clarion. Do si Times, and Water-
Tille Tclrg j. i Republican paper.
which fnrme-'y jp-nl Anthoiiv. hate
withdrawn their support from him." So
far as the Times is concerned, the above
U inrorn ct.
It would pav some one who has a little
moner lo invest, to put un a few buildings
in this town f r the purpose of renting.
Kents are htm. and there are not bonne
euoug'i to s ipp y iho demand. IKusseii
liars 1'itr, Dndgo Citv, and Unwell
must hiel-ittof wealtn in the wav of
ol.HHled'Mhk. Tne uotd hnrsa thieves
aeriu to divide their atientio! between
these thieit prosperous )oung cities.
(Great Itend Tribune.
lion. W. X. Morphy and Mijor Pick
Evans, of Dodge City, exhibited their
portly fumis dpon our thoroughfare hat
nnlav ami Sunday. To speak of their
good qualities pages might be wntten and
only the half be told. Kills Co. Star.
A correspondent signing himself "D.
W." attenuun the justification of the mur
derer of Dongls. and attempted murder
of Fatten, by a man named Myers, two
prisoners seenrel) shackbil. and whom
Miers was depiitised b) lavv nfncers to
take from Wichita to Great llend far
trial. (Junction City Uuiou.
That's the way it eoes. Whenever a
horse Ihief is not "fixed." on the spot,
yoa say the officers are his partners. Hut
when be crts his just deserts, your holy
hearts are struck with horror.
Hospital Steward l'anlr and Serjeant
Maor Uoland called this week, and from
them we lrjrn that Meward Hill, who
recently left Fort Dodse for Fort Rilev.
has U-on ordered lo Fort (SirUnd, Col
orado. This u bad luck for Steward Hill,
as he has beeu trying to set as far east a
possible, and this take him away bejond
Catholic services will be held al D.vlcn
City, in the old court houie, October
lta. at 10 o'clock, A. M.. by Key. Felix
1. Suemtxrgh. A lecture will be deliv
ered bv the same, in the evenins, on
The Inuriplrs of KeeaI- Kelicion."
UiJ yon read M. Collar's new advertise
ment f I tell you he is right. He can sell
cheaper than anybody . and be sa a he will
doit, too. Well, lets read what ill.
Capt. X. C 6terry, of Emporia, was in
the city last Manday, on professional
business. He is not onir well versed in
legal lore, but possesses a thorough
knowledge of a few of tbs "small games''
which the heathen Chinre "did not un
derstand." and in which some of our citi
sent are so accomplished. The Capt.
was accompanied by Mr. Weaver, of the
firm of Weaver it Bill, wholesale liquor
For oneeasware. go to the Ked Front.
Best and large stock in the city. .
Cloving rat at Cast.
For the nextoixty dava Mr. A. 15. Web
ster will ofler nis entire stock of Dry
Goods, Clothing, hats, cans, booU and
shorn at cost. Now is the time to bay.
A light, hut strongly built two seated
family carriage. Will be sold cheap, nt
the owner intends going awav and has do
usoforit. Enquire at Chas. Uatb fc Cos.
or ot Mrs. Col. Gordon. Fort Dodge.
A good chance for a barber to oi-cn a
barber shop. A nice llarber chair and
pole, which cost $90. 00 can bo bought for
JM.00. Enquire of
F. C ZUWEBafAXX.
Mr. Norman Reed. Mr. Jno. Bland and
another eeutleman, all from Kioe count t.
arrived this week, bringing several wagon
buds of o-ita, which tbev marketed here
to a good advantage.
4 Mr. J. W. Drtskill was in the city last
Thursday, and gae the Times a patron
lzingcall. He is now located on the Cim
aion, with about 3,000 cattle, and pro
nod to locate nermanentlv in the vicia-
itvof Dodge Citv, far th purpoee of
stock niking on a large scale. Such men
us Mr. Dnskill are the men who we owe
tor our success as a thriving metropolis.
(from the Ilajs brntinfl.l
Shipment of cattle from this point are
light lor this tuontu.
Mr. M. Goldsnll has closed out Ins busi
ness house in Kills, and returneo. to St.
A rival of 'Dutch Henry" and Chuni-
mv Jones," known by the cninamen of
"Urauhopper Joe," hopped out Sunday
night wito one of Ohtirn' s horses and a
good saddle and bridle. Kisy buitueu
in this vicinity.
One ot Jordan's and of Wade's homes
were miasingoneamrdavmorning. Wade.
Sweigart and Joidau followed the trail to
the suiokv river, where all trace was
lout. Sneigartand Jordan returned, bnt
Wade went on to Dodge. Horses were
found at Holttein's camp. No horse
thieves this tune.
Only one important excitable occur-
rente has greetra ye locars ear tuis weeg,
in the line of neighlwriy quarrels, the
cause of w Inch was a lew paltry chips.
It is a face, conceded by 4II law auidiog
citizens, as well as bv petty Ihieves, that
kindling wood is extremely scarce in this
Last Monday evening Mr. J. C. Oterlr
oretiared Home vert cuulcot combustible
articles to in date with on the followiug
morning, and deposited them in a sang
pile at the noithcast comtr of his resi
dence. It happened that on this same evening a
lllt.e daughter of Mrs. Kule ', who lies
across the way. was scut out on a kindling
exiediiion mother nords, to "pick uo
Chips wiie scarce. The Uiild hunteti
in vain, and nualli sat down to real ou
one ot thow lK-culiar cuius, not made of
wood Casting her eje toward the telling
sun she discovered tue chips heretofore
alluded to, and what did she do t What
would jou bin e dune, dear reader, under
ik1i tmug circu nsiantvs I We would
have taken a part of those chips. Exact
ly. boKhedid.and was huiriug home-
waid, wiiau air. uveny eunced out 01
the window lo bee that his chins wtre
safe. Mr. Overly eats he wouldu't have
cared so much, if kindlings had been plen
ty . As it w as. be considered that his
duir to himself, hisdutv to his tunilr and
his duty Ic his G.kL demanded the rescue
of those ciiim.
Acttnir nun tbis ininulse be cave chase.
and after a shun Seattle, 111 wuich his au
versarv stuck to her treasures, and did
her level best to "stand him "It." he
marched home in triumph, wnh tho chips
under his arm fv
1 ho banted chiD banter returned home
and laid the niatt? oeforn hrr mother,
adding that the old gentleman had pelted
her with turt, stones ana tin cans.
This was more than am- muscular moth
er could bear. She marched out and gn e
Mr. Overly a "cslL" lie responded with a
nush"ed cou utenance.
"High" words ensued.
He said his "china" that "lar oat" be
side the house were not to be "gien
She said aha would not allow his abuse
of her daughter to ' 'pass" unuotioed , and
therefore gate him her opinion as to his
relationship to the female tribe 01 tue ca
nine creation, which cast so much disre
spect upon his mother that it routed bis
anger lo suih an extent tuat he called hrr
a Dame, which, howetcr. luotteiistve
wneo applied to (be quadruped 11 denotes,
is highly reprehensible beu used 111 con
nection with 1 smales of an unimpeachable
Br this time Mr. IL "came in." and
the "case" being desperate. Mrs. Overly
ordered the intruding "pair" to with
draw,'1 under penalty nf having the
hand" ot tue law laid upon Ihrui.
"lhagacie was uo." and Mr. Overly
bald the "chips."
DAayprrfm flailing eaitlr br&dr,l 11 on
the hip al4 side, lf my rsuifr eo the
CUairen, south of Italia Ut; , w Jl be
rrwsrdrdby uoIlfjiegmeBt IKulrCuy.
J. n. uuisivll.1,.
Is tho place where you should buy your
goods for the coming season.
Some merchants say they are selling
cheap: some merchants sat they sell
cheaper, but I say that 1 can ana win sen
The reasons are that I have constantly
a Inner in Si. Louis who buys for mo at
I Keep no book-keepers or clerks, have
no rent 10 pay, and have nothingtodmde
with partners, and all tbis reverts to the
beneht of my customers. I will sell von
16 to 30 yards dark calico for $1.00
12 yards of good, unbleached musliu 1.00
9 vards gingham, fast colors tor ... LOO
Black alpacas. 31. .- and SO cents oer vara
Empress cloth, bright colors, -10 cts per yd
Knssia crash, 7 yards for 1.00
The best toweling, 8 yard) for 1 . 1.00
Cottch. 40. ao ana 73 rents cacli.
Dress goods, formerly 40 to 50 1 cuts, now
at 25 rents.
Tah'e oil elaths formerly one per yard,
now 35 cents per rant.
'tulles and children's cloth shoes, ladies'
and children7 cotton and woolen hose.
skirts shawls and flannels and other
winter goods at actual fct. Louis prices,
for cash only.
1 shall sell at the above prices for the next
If you want to buy, now is your time to
Tr.r it. and be convinced that M. Col
lars is the place wbcre ou should buv
your fill and winter goods this seasou.
Salt Luce, OctoW 10. At Beavtr,
Utah, to-dav, Jtutze Boretnjn passed sen
tence upon J. I). Lee for participation in
the Mountain Meadow lnasaacreo of nine
teen eare aga. In doing so he called at
tention to the atrocities of the crime, and
the inability beretotoreof the authorities
to secure evidence; that the conspiracy
murder was widespread; that Leo was
finally offered upas a sacrifice to popular
indignation, but that others equally guilty
might hereafter expect puiiHliment. The
prisoner having the right under the laws
of theterntort to choose death by hang
ing, shooting or beheading, and haiug
chosen to be shot, he was sentenced to be
shot to death January 28, 1877.
Dead tjlae Again.
Editor Times; I'lease correct a mistake
in tho Times of October 7th. I did not
mean that I wanted the dead lino as far
west as ranged. I said snpnoso wo pin
it as far w est as range S. and far eDoucb
south to protect the settlera on the south
side 01 the river. 1 410 not want in stop
th cattle trade from cominir to lXslce
city. I Want to keep it there. But if we
have to ieed the rattle in our count , let
Dodee City oeuent by it. and fetch the
cattle close to Dodee Citv. instead of
letting them range east I am nut op
posed tc air. wnght tor Keprrscutame.
if he will work for our interests in the
eait side of the cuntr, as well as fur
Dodge Citv. but we do want a uiau who
will throw all his influence to move the
dead line farther west. 1). K. 11aLUm.v.
We are mond that there is one man
within th- limits ot this count v whom
neither the consciousness of superior
qualifications, nor the persuasions of
hosts of friends can induce to acept anv
office in this county, and lest we should
be misunderstood the name of that
scholar and noblv independeat gentleman
is Stilsnn. Walnut Valley StandanL
Quarter Eliding October 2,
.'J. D. 187V.
Cash on liai 1 f r redemption of county
wsrrsnts J8 W
Canrj-lnt warrants.......... lul &'
School IUtnct So 1 1M
Interest oururrrut epinebondi.... . toT so
lntrrr.t on Court l!UtlA,nl...... ... 21 II
Ciiurt IItu- ftuid.. .. . l,7sa
Ilcflcwoey rnnil 9S
if KAN S.
lMw&nl K lUHirn. lnrlsg rir-t duty sworn,
dfHit. Mi'l sis Ihsl h u I r nly dimly
Tnasurrrut toi-d -tiunl), -tale ef Kansas, and
tbat the sboTe tstrmrnt i; to the IVst of bu
know Irdjci- m id brtiel rnit and enrrsct.
.Irt AW) K. coi.nosx.
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A spicy sketch descriptive of a trip over
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Kaiiroad, the beauties, scenery and
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gether with the San Juan Guide, map
and tune tablet of this new and pop
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in Colorado, New Mexico, Anzou
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tho Hocky Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets from
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Address, T. J. ANDERSON".
Gea. Passenger Agent,
Tinje of Holding a General
tatc, District and County
Keprescntutivc in Congress
TATE OK KANSAS, 1
Tlic Stale of Kansas, to all
to whom tlicse Presents
Shall Conic, Greeting :
KNOW YE, That I, tiss. E. r.asett.
hinrr of Ford cmlnty, Kansas, by virtue f
oulhority in me Trte'l, ilo by this iruclamatii
rhej.ubbcu'ire that HI the Erst Tursday Hi -I'wlins
the fnt Monday in Nuvemher, A U
lsTC, thrre will be hi M a csnrral vlrrtlon, apil
the Gf.Irei-3 st that ll'iie lo Is; chiarn are a follows:
Electors for prtlltnt and vireprrsiuin:;
Ydt LleuttDsnt tSovtmor;
For 'x'rrtary of Male;
r or A ttornr J trf-nsral ;
For puprinlt ndf nt of fuhlic intnicfi'.
For ln-ociate Jn-liri-nf tls&uiircni IVllrt.
For l)l,:nct Jat-r .,r the .Nintn Jd.litM 1i
For Mate SBB'or.
Ofie county attorury;
Oo clrrk of ihr uialiirt tr srt.
Ons mpernlesd. nt U U e loatrurtionj
Amliotesof rlrdvcs far UKl ufScrrs nil: l.
rrctiTtdatlhri.ultiotr.ichclirtiou dislr.rl Ii.
sal 1 roiinly.
1VMT.K. WIltltfcOF. I l.Te h.r.m.1,.
rt mj ham!, at iry ohlce nt I Wp- ( Hj , hi s-i,:
county, altU'i daj of ituvlwr, A l IfTS.
C1IA-, E KAvtTT,
The Emporia National Bank.
CASH CAl'ITALandSUKIXUS, $110,
General Banking Business
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