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CTlfljpIURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 186l.
Junction. City 3?ost Office:
I AHHIVAI3 PAETLBES OF THE MAIL.
Leaven worth, Atchison, and Eastern Arrives
Tuesday, Thursday, dnd Saturday, 8 P. M.
Departs Monday, Wednesday, Friday, G A.M.
Jlurx'sville and Northern Arrives Thursday,
8 P. SI. Departs Monday, G A. M.
Council Grove and Southern Arrives Monday
8 P. M . Departs Monday, G A. M.
"Wabaunsee and Topeka Arrives Tuesday,
8 P.M! Departs Monday, G A. M.
Solomon City and Western Arrives Tuesday,
G P. M. Departs Wednesday, G A. M.
Office open from G A. M. to 9 P. 31. Sunday,
8 to 1) A. M., and 5 to G P. M.
S. M. STRICKLER, P. AT.
CITY FACTS AND FANCIES.
To our Friends'.
Once more -wo greet the people" of Junction
City. Many months ago we left them for the
eastern counties of the State, with the intention
eoon to return ; but our stay has been prolonged
by circumstances over which we couid exert no
influence. Where we have been, tficy used us
well, so well that we shall have cause for fre
quent visits there hereafter.
But we're once more in our old home, at our
old avocation "only a little more so,'' Unci pleased
beyond our power of expression. We must re
turn thanks for the magnificent reception we
were greeted with upon our entrance into town.
As the hour was late and the night quite dark,
we presume many had retired a commendable
habit, (if it is a habit) which we hope will prove
'enduring. Had we space we would publish the
full proceedings of that eventful evening. To
those " honest watchdogs" who gave us a " deep
mouthed welcome "just opposite the old brewery,
Tjr.- will Viif La fjrrTiMfnl lmf. r.Tvn- tlipm tritli n
H sounui nosh To the driver of the stage who
fs kindly stopped the vehicle at the hotel door that
t w TiiifMii r..t niir tr-A fjifutr mir frtnnriiilfv I it
,fT the worthy host, Who wasn't up, but soon nryS"
'n and unloosed the fastenings of the door that w-
& might find shelter from the keen night air, we
, hall ever remain under obligations ; and to the
bedbngft, who didn't trouble us while resting
from the fatigues of ouf long ride, we consider
ourselves bound by ties of lasting friendship, but
wc must take the liberty of calling thclu iicm
mrns for failing in their part of the performance
The appearance of our city has somewhat
changed since we left it. It lias improved some,
but " Hard Times" is etamped upon its general
appearance. Some of the familiar faces are miss
ing from the " old family circle" gone to other
climes ; some to "that bourne from whence no
traveler returns." Unt most of them remain,
drudging away at their old trades and profes
sions, striving to increase their world h store,
waiting with anxious heart? for that "good time
coming" when they can "lay upon their oars,"
and tee 'he good results of a well spent life.
Xoff, gents, let's all tdiake h'.rids ; and ladies,
just a welcome smile; and then to hard, hard
XG?The Letter Finn the Junction Boys"
on our first page, though old; is-wiK"-vonli
"D" Owing to a raie in the Republic-tin river.
tc ieceicd no mail on Thtiisdny night, and
the mail which should have left here Friday
morning will be iklacl until Mosidn. In
consideration of our raising the Republican"
to the head of om paper, wc consider it yen
proper tfeat that river should " lav low."
O" "Jenkins," being rather verdant, is con
siderably elated at what he thin!: "good pros
pect. ' The other evening, some h'dies called
upon hint. He behaved himself much bettor dur
ing their stay than ws expected ; but owing to a
little circumstance whivh happened iie !ia3 been
partially deranged ever since. One of them left
(accidentally, of course,) a beautifully embroid
ered, sweet little apron, which he is disposed
to tiew as a favor from the god of fate, as did
the fellow who picked up a lady's garter on the
treet. We do hope the owner will come for
ward, " prove property, pa charges, and take
it away." If not, we shall have to deal harshly
with both it .tiid "Jenkins."
1 m t
fcgX Our old " chum"' in the printing office,
years ago, G. W. Kixcmjitht, has issued a
prospectus for publishing a paper at Junction
City, Kamas. George, these are desperate
times in the new-paper trade, tut if there is
any such a thing as "sucking blood from a
atone," we'll bet on yotl. Kansas City Ad
vertiser. Mac, are you the same "feller" we once
knew In Rloomiugton, Illinois? Wo always
apposed you were too much of a man to be
caught publishing a newspaper.
utT The other evening, while busily engaged
in arranging the first side of our paper, solving
problems connected therewith, indulging in all
manner of speculations in regrd to the future of
our hopeful barque, and- flt the same time enter
taining soma six or eight loafers, "suddenly
there came a tapping", as of some one gently
rapping, at our office door." Not having wit
nessed in our career such good-breeding on the
part of loafers, we concluded that we had got
hold of a " green 'un,"and immediately resolved
to put him through a "course of sprouts." We
opened the door, when lo, and behold ! to our
titter amazement and no little discomfort, (our
native modsty getting the upper-hand of us,)
our optical orba were greeted by two of the
sweetest spec:,mens of humanity, done up in
calico, that it has ever been our good fortune to
look upon. As we said before, our native mod
esty stood right out, aq it aWaya coes, conse
quently we were considerably "obfisticated."
tut nevertheless, what little gkllanty we did
muster we displayed to advantage. We done
the agreeable so well that they went away greatly
impressed with our hospitality. Call again,
ladies, but for our sake don't bring with yon
Bore than six gallants apiece ; come clone, we're
perfectly harmless, and if you want an eseott
fceme, why, we are as good-looking ns any yod
jus find in Junction far better looking than
amy of those who cams with you. Hereafter,
when ladies call upon tu, it is not only expected
tkatpur loafers will rise and give them the seats,
'tat that they will retire.
The " Democracy." A ratification meeting
was held at Taylor's Hall on Wednesday eve
ning by the "Democracy." After some pre
liminaries, Judge Hawkins was called out,
who indulged in a tirade against all that was
decent, and gave very strong grounds for ques
tioning his loyalty. He evinced a wonderful
interest in the pockets of the "dear people,"
judging from the terrible ado he made over
the war tax leTied by these Black Republi
cans." There was riot one single patriotic
sentiment in his speech, but a mass of uu
truths, villifying the Administration and every
officer of the army, which was received by the
patriotic Unconditional' Union-Ccmpromise
Peace-Coercion-Acti-Coercion " Democracy"
with rapturous applause. His appeal to the
Democracy to maintain intact their organiza
tion was too much; considering the source, for
quite a number of Democrats present who were
patriotic enough to hold their c'duntry as par
amount to Democracy.
The ILfTEaaiFiED ix Council. Last Wed ties
day, the constant button-holing, and " will you
take Something?" assured us that there Was
something going on not on tho bills. The
elongated visages and constant twitching about
of certain well-known expectants for ccunty
honors " made assurance doubly sure," and let
us partly into the secret. We resolved to be up
to the times, and accordingly engaged a reporter.
In the evening our reporter, seeing Afceroyd's
Saloon brilliantly illuminated, repaired thither
with all possible haste. Ho found a motley
group, gathered principally around the bar,
exhibiting unmistakable evidences of deep
mourning lor the spirits that were wont to
hover around the aforesaid bar. The meeting
was called to order, and Mr. Butterfield chosen
to preside. Our reporter immediately pulled out
his reportoral tools, which attracted considera
ble attention, and went to work taking notes.
Some fellow " motioned" that the Chair explain
the object of the meeting, which he did with
about fourteen interruptions, and winding up
with the announcement that all-but "Democrats"
were expected to retire. This was a question of
considerable interest to our reporter, for he had
been previously informed that his face was'nt
good for his "Democracy." After some dis
cussion the decision of the chair was so modified
as to exclude all but delegates. This attempt
to gag us had the desired elfect, for onr reporter
was so unaccustomed to the usages of his " Demo
cratic" brethren ou the frontier as to leave in his
other coat pocket" his credentials. With no
little chagrin, he left, not stoppirfg to enumerate
the wire-pullers that were allowed to remain.
During the erenihg, however, he returned, re
solved upon demanding admittance as a "mem
ber of the press." He entered, and found a
slight sprinkling of material in the background
several shades whiter than that v. hic"h occupied
the fore part of the hall. The audience were
beini' delighted With a beautiful dissertation
on "courtesy;" after which they proceeded to
ballot, which continued sometime without any
result. During the balloting, the monotony of
the scene was broken by frequent alluVions to the
whisky, iibne of which hints, we are sorry to
say, the Candidates took. Tim balloting be
coming irksome, "courtesy" was again taken up,
and after considerable discussion, "Courtesy"
was ruled out. They then got along swim
mingly with their business, after which they
aujourncd -vithout " nary fight." The result of
their deliberations will be found in another
A Union Demoxsthatio.v. On last Thurs
day the Unconditional Union men met at Tay
lor's Hall to avail themselves of the ability and
eloquence attracted by tile Court. The meet
ing was called to order and Win. H. McKinlcy
chosen as Prcbideut, and Woodbridg9 Odlin as
Secretary. Wc arc truly sorry that our want
of space forbid us publishing a full report of
the able and patriotic speeches made on this
occasion. Mr. Gilchrist, of Topcka, a staunch
Democrat, made the opening speech, which
was replete with patriotism, and unusually
interesting He showed up to his Democratic
brethren in its true light the base and cowardly
idea of a compromise, other than that the
villains should lay down their arms and eat
every word of their dangerous and infectious
doctrines. Mr. EssicK, of Manhattan, was
next called upon. He made an abie but very
indiscreet speech, attacking Mr. Hawkins in a
manner not suited to the occasion. Mr. Haw
kins, who happened to be present, interrupted
him, which occasioned an awful tumult, dur
ing which Hawkin's friends as ted not only in
discreet, but outragously. " Courtesy" de
manded that Mr. Hawkins should be heard,
but the meeting considered the regular pro
gramme of more importance than " courtesy,"
consequently Mr. Hawkins had to bide his
time. Judge Greer arose and made a telling
opeeeh, but the Judge's character for ability
is a sufficient guarantee for the speech, without
any words of comment from Us. Col. Sand
ford next arose, and gave an interesting ac
count of the origin and progress of the rebel
lion, and with great ability defended the
government in its effort at self-preservation.
But the crowning speech of the evening was
made by Hawkins. He displayed a wonderful
genius for haranguing crowds, and gave un
mistakable evidences of a total absence of that
essential article, backbone. He made a gocd
Union speech, but was net applauded by his
friends to the extent that he was the night
before, when he made a speech almost as con
trary as could be. He did'nt plead on this
occasion for the ' dear people," but went into
the war millions yea, hundreds of millions
blood carnage desolation everything and
anything, to re-establish the supremacy of the
government. He wound tip his "speech of
the evening" with a definition of the word
unconditional" that would have done honor
to Webster. Suffice it to say be was " lustily
cheered by his admiring (?) auditors'
The ladies God bless them graced the
meeting with their presence, thereby demon
stratlng that they were sound on the Union
It is raid the "censtis embraces sev
enteen million of women." TVho wouldn't
be the census ?
The Fools No All Dead Yet. We are in
all candor bound to admit that 'were the Fool
Killer to make a descent upon this " neck 'o tim
ber," Junction would stand a " mighty smart"
chance of being depopulated. We can in nd
way account for the total and almost irreparable
demoralization Which exists in our midst our
exceeding modesty not permitting us to allude
to our long absence: The abundant evidences
around us ehow a depth of depravity perfectly
astonishing-sickening to the fioul -discouraging
to the most sanguine Of moralists. Ouf
mission upon earth being to aid in the advance
ment of all that is good; we have no desire to
picture these things after the style of a New
York "Jenkins," but the love we bear for Junc
tion, and its time-houtfed associations, impel us
t present the naked truth. We do it, therefore;
with a heart bleeding at every pore, and a
prayer upon our lips that our citizens may soon
awake to a realizing sense of their condition,
go to" work, subscribe and pay for the U.viox,
and thereby break the fetters of ignorance, pro
claiming your lntiiraumentat an end.
But being ourselves wide-awake, we propose
taking the initiative step in this good work:
We were led to the above refleetidnS by the
false and slanderous idea which almost univer
sally prevails among our people an idea at
variance with common 6ense repugnant to every
thing that is honorable mor'e fit for one of the
bulls of the Dark Ages than a prevailing senti
ment among nn enlightened people in the mid
dle of the 19th Century an idea, we say, for
these reasonB, so utterly abhorent to the dictates
of reason and common decency, that only our
sense of justice prompts us to publicly refute it.
Kind reader, we are loth to repeat it ; our cour
age fails Us when we attempt to arrange the
type that shall so badly reflect upon our " first
circles" we shall call to our aid the "devil,"
who from the nature of his occupation is hard
ened enough for anything j he comes he makes
an attempt the shock is too great he reels, and
despite our efforts to save him, "comes to gras3."
He makes a second attempt, with a like result ;
a third, equaiiy fruitless. He come3 up to the
fourth round considerably freshened, having
taken on board an adequate supply of "sod
corn." His stomach finally settles, his eves
brighten, and he goes to work vigorously;
he's got it! it sets forth that printers get
peI'xk. Heavens ! what a commentary upon our
advancement. We don't doubt but that "the
march of civilization iz onward," but wc do
doubt very much whether it carao the Sinoky
Hill Route. To such an extent does this bar
barous notion prevail, that they only allow a
strange printer three days to " get acquainted"
that is, he is expected to get drunk the third
day he is in town, and three times each day
thereafter. The idea that priuters more com-
monlj' known ns nature's noblemen would
indulge in Junction " tanglefoot" is too ridicu
lously absurd to be Credited by any sane man.
Preposterous 1 But we cannot dwell upon this
popular delusion any longer it grates too
harshly upon our nervous system, and is at
best only calculated to make us hostile. We
have done our duty fearlessly, yel affectionately,
and it remains to be seen what measures will
betaken by ohr Citizens in regard to this matter.
If, however, no action be taken in the premises,
we shall call iipon His Honor, the Mayor, to
enforce, without reservation or evasion, tlie
"Vagrancy Act" on all those who persist in
entertaining such superstitious notions.
Bv Jhe urgent solicitation of many friends,
I announce my3elf as a Cauditiate for'tiie noml
ination of SlIElllFF before the approaching
Union Convention. .MATTHEW BACKERS.
Milton E. Clarke,
AT TDK POST OFFICE, keei-s tiie Leav
enworth, St. Louis, and New York daily
and weekly papers. ALSO, Paper, Pens, Ink,
Envelopes, and Notions generally.
S. B. WHITE,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR
fJtJXCTllKT CI1V, KANSAS.
VIJILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
T f business' entrusted to his care in Western
F. M; FLETCHjgR,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
j unction KJity, iiansas;
T7ILL ATTEND TO TIIE ERECTION OF
YV nil kinds cf Buildings with neatness and
dispatch, JBT FLANS and SPECIFICAl'IONS
TERJIS-To stilt the " HARD TIMES."
EDWARD W. SEYMOUR; M.D.j
OFFICE, AT TIIE CITV DRUG STORE,
Junction City, Kansas.
LAJB AGEjYT, SURVEYOR,
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
T AND WARRANTS FOR SALE FOR
-U Cash, and on time. Land Warrants loca
ted. Collections made and Taxes paid for
JOHN II. KARNAN,
ic mr JW JE R
WASHINGTON STREET, J tJNCTIOS CITYj
and all kinds of
Tin Ware, Sheet Irdn, Sec.
A supply of everything in his line sufficient
for the wants of Western Kansas."
Repairing done on the shortest notice, nl
FRED. P. DREW,
OFFICE, AT THE EAGLE HOTEL,
Junction. City, Kansas;
HARPER, LESLIE, and otheb Illcetri
td Weeklies, for sale by HALL.
X. UJiJLMj, Fronrietoi
Washington street, junction city.
respecttully calls the atten
tion of the public to his large add well
selected stock of
Dings and Cheihicaia,
PAlNTS, DYE STUFFS, OILS, PERFUM
ERY, &c &c.
Haying largely increased his stock of late, be
feels confident of satisfying every one who has
anything in his line, ns his assortment is not
surpassed west of the Missouri River. He is
also Agent for, and has a large stock of popu
lar Patent Medicines of the day. A very fine
stock of pure WINES and LIQUORS for med
icinal purposes duly.
fiy PreScripliSns cafe'fully prepared, and all
orders promptly attended to.
. For Sale by
For Sale by
l-'-i. For Sale bv
For Sale by
,V OFFATT'S MEDICINES,
UJL For Sale by HALL.
SUALLENBEUtiEK'S FEVER and AGUE
Ahtidotb for sale by HALL.
S PAULDING'S Cephalic Pills at
QPAULDING'S CELEBRATED GLUE
O at the CITY DRUG STORE.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF COAL OIL
Lamps at the CUT DRUG STORE.
LARKE'S FEMALE PILLS
URNETT'S COCOA1NE for the HAIR
For Sale by
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED TRAD
ING DEPOT IN
THE SUTLER'S STORE,
Fort liilerj, Kansas,
IS NOW RECEIVING ITS FALL AND
Winter supplies, direct from St. Louis, con
listing of every imaginable thing in tho line of
Groceries and Provisions,
BIBS SO HDDS 9
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
THE GOLD MINES !
The proprieidr flatters himself thsit he' can
furnish any and everything needed by Pike's
Peakers, at ns cheap rates as they can be had
in Leavenworth, Kansas Citj, or St. Joseph.
Make a note of it, that
Can be brfecured at Fort Riley as low ns at the
Missouri River towns, and the purchaser saves
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY
MILES FREIGR TA GE !
Sutler's Store, Ft. Riley, Kansas.
liOBERT WILSON, Proprietor.
C. A: WOOD,
ii LACKS' niilTE SJflMTii
d"izntilidn City; iviinsae:
HAVING CARRIED OX THE BUSINESS
for several years in BOSTON, and having
had many yoars experience in Carriage man
ufactures and shoeing shops and also a large
experience on breaking plows, would announce
to the surrouuding country that he is now
fully prepared to do all kinds of work, such as
IIORSE-SIIOElNG, IRONING! WAGONS,
BUGGIES AND SIIA1S, FORGING
OF MACHINERY, EITHER
BY DRAUGHT OR PAT
TERN, FOR CORN,
FLOURING, OR SAWMILLS,
on tho shortest possible flotlcc'.
All work warranted, and done on the most
icAsonahle terms. Produce taken as payment.
In view of the uncertainty of horse-flesh,
and also of the fact that Injuns and Seces
sionists abound in our midst, it would be
useless for ice to urge upon the sCttler'3 the
importance bf having their old shot-guns and
muBkets, &c;; made " bran new." I therefore
announce that particular attention will be paid
to the repairing of all manner of FIRE-ARMS
LOCKS of all kinds repaired1, and KEYS
SHCP OS WASHINGTON STREET.
CALL and SETTLE!
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME BY
note or book account, will please call and
settle without delav. and save costs. I will
take in payment FAT CATTLE at the market
Persons having cattle that they will sell for
notes against good men, or goods out of my
store, can find a market for them with the
undersigned. ROBERT WlLSON,
nltf Post Sutler, Fort Riley.-
ATTORNEY 8r COUNSELLOR
A 5P TL.A W7
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS,
PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS OF"
the State. Taxes paid for non-residents ;
uues examined, and locations of desirable
tracts of land in' Central or Western fednftas
promptly attended to at reasonable fates.-
WSf Collections made in any part of the
OtJH FRIENDS !d Cb3tok8 miu.
please take notice that we will make
NO Mora Credit Sales !
this !s positive- aad final. All those indebted
by book account are earnestly requested to
cau aau bciub. ...
A few geod saddle horses or ponies will be
taken in settlement, if delivered withja two
weeks. STREETER & STBICSLER;
C. K. G1LCHKIST. A. L. WILLIAMS:
GILCHRIST & WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW;
OFFICE, two doors south or Miller's Hale.
LORESZ0 DOW. JOHN O TIS.
D 0 W $ 0 TIS,
Counsellors at Law.
Topeka, Kansas. nlhio
J. STEWART. Prnnrienr.
, - J. - - . . .
KAXSAS AVEXUB, JfEARLT OPPOSITE P. O.j
GtJdD STABLE ACCOMMODATIONS
wholesale a ketail dealers is
Foreign and domestic Liquors,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Kansas av errosiTR the tost office,
J. C. MILLER,
Groceries and Provisions,
KASSAS AVENUE, NEaH SIXTH ST.,
EAOCIf CHASE, Proprietor.
'HUE ABOVE HOUSE having undergone
1 a thorough renovation, and being pleas
antly and centrally located in this thiiving
city, travellers will find it a pleasant stopping
PAINTS, OILS, VYE '-STUFFS,
&c, &c, &c.
Also1 agents for alL
CITY DRUG STORE,
if. V. CASE. A. U. OASE.
CASE & tJAgE,
LA TVYERS & LAjVD AGENTS,
ST. LOUIS REFERENCES Misstis.
Bryant & Hardcactle, Messrs. Green &
Brothers, Messrs. J. Stecver & Co., Messrs.
Willson, Levering & Waters, Messrs. Dunn,
Seymour & Co., General Elihu Case, Troy,
Bradford county, Pennsylvania. nloiu
TAXES TAXES !
. W. SAPP,
CotSlTr Cl.EKK OF StiAWNEE COUNTY. NoTAUT 1
PUJ1I.1C, LeQAI. CoNVETANCEIt, AND
General Business Agent,
iriLL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS
TT entrusted to him. Collections made
and promptly returned. Trfxes paid for non
residents; all letters addressed to him will
meet prompt attention.
OFFICE, dVER THE TOST OFFICE.
GEO. O. WILMARTH, Ag't,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
WALL PAPER, BORDERING,
Post Office Building, Ktinsas Avenue,
Eastern Publications received vegularly and
furnished to order.
NEW ERA IN BUSINESS !
F. W. GILLS;
1T7-ILL D0 ALL THINGS IN TIIE LINE
GENERAL LAND AGENT, COL
LECTING AGENT, OR
guaranteeing HONESTY and FAIR-DEALING
with his Patrons NINE TIMES OUT OF TEN !
Whit will you have! nltf
S. H. FLETCHER,
rS3tfCP3 and (2i,aXPS3
BOOTS AND SHOES,
POST OFFICE BUILDING,
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS,
Gia, Siah arid fioors.
W. S. MICELT;
ANDERSON & MCELY,
DEALERS m ,
Boots and Snoes,
fiats and Caps,
Coin. KANSAS AV. A FIFTH ST.,
HIGHEST MARKET FRIClf
M. K. SMITH,
Of All Desertion-,
From Infants' Two-bit Rcaaos all the way up 13
PATENT LEATHER SEWED BOOTS I
also: all eixds or
SWEETEST S U G A a
SUGAR AT TEN CENTS, TEA At;
Leather and Findings
.dJL If JMY8 tfvV 7.f wl B I
CASH PAID FOR HIDES
W. E. SUTLIFF,
s Lawrence, Kansas.
A. T. WINCUELL,
UOLESALK DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Wiriesj
CIGAKS, AND FANCY GllOCEltlS;
Opposite Eldridge House, Lawrence, Kansas.
K7" Orders from the country filled at St. Louis'
prices, freight added.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
3 6 0KS, STATIONERY)
Eldridge House, Lawrence, Kansas.
ALSO, BLANK ROOKS of every descrip
tion, School books. All the latest music
constantly on hand New maps of the scat of
war in Virginia and Missouri. All orders by
mail pfdmplly attended td.
Liquor, Cigar, and Tobaccd
R. W. LUDDINGTON;
Importer and Dealer in
Foreign and domestic1
l i a U O R s,
Of Every Kind.
Havana, Domestic and Germail
CIGARS, TOBACCO, LTdi
Particular attention given to tountry orders';
and bills filled at St. Louis' Wholesale Price's
(freight added ) Terms" Cash.
STORE, on Massachusetts Street, nearly
opposite Bullene & Read's, Lawrence, Kansas:
mm s mmm
SAMUEL ORR. P. E. WESTON-
THIS HOUSE IS CONVENIENT TO THE
business centre of the city. No pains will
be spared to make everything satisfactory and
comTa-table to our guests. Public patronage
jer A GOOD LIVERr AND FEED STA4
8LE in connection.
EPrfRAIM H. SANFORD,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR;
WitL practice in this JvbiciAii
, District. He respectfully refers to Hon.
JuSge Salford, Topeka; Hob. Jadge WorcesW
ter, Nerwalk, .Ohio ; Got.- S: Medary, WfflKttt
Maxell, Ohio; W. Shannon, Kansas; It. C.
Rowers, JTew Lisbon, Ohio ; S. M. Strieker
Junetiro Git Kansas.
Q. W. AXDERSOX.