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MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. JULY 7. Hl. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. A. D. Fax m fuvit ton Kloi a pleaaant call latt tWtmUy. J.T WtM.U returned irwm Lia east ern trip lt Friday. Ed Fatu whone collar bono wa broken oaie time ago, U slowly recorrrinjf. J. T. Tajlor it now able to iw his wrut which wu broken torn two weeks afro. M. L. Palmer baa jait finished papering bis house, and no baa ooe of the nettest hotels in the city. Unxf Daret ia boay putting in abtl? ea and counters ia hia new store room soon to be occupied by Mr. Hpm. Mesara. Cum. II. Kid red, and Darid Rtith, of the firm of El J red A Co., caae op from their camp, Monday. B n. B sunders yetrily closed oat 5"X) yearling to Frank fVeiUinjr, of Medicine Lge. Caldwell Commercial. J. Harrelaon killed the ftted calf," and made it pleasant g"nrally for the stick men at tin conclujionof the roand lips. C. W, Kiiw co'.tonwooa srrote ia a thing of be a at. Let other plant oat these tree. They will be fully repaid for their paina ia a few yeara. Mr. A. U. Wall returned from Wichita last Friday, in company with Dr. Dorr ingitm, of Colambua, Wisconsin. The Dr. is looking for a location. A tout a dczjn of our young men hare purchased a pair of boxing glo? ea, and or ganiz a boxing-ring. Look out for peeled noeea and bunded eys. Finger and K;kert are collecting a me nagerie, with which they will travel in opposition to Il.u-num. Their present tock consists of one small coon. J. W. M Neal, of the Cresset, and M. L. Bherpy, of the Index, Medicine Lodge, ptMAd through the city on Tues lay, both being off for a short vacaton. Uarper Times. The roundups werj finished lust Thur cUy, afUr being in progress about six weeks. Many of the cattle men tell us they are weaned out by continual ndiog, for so long a time. We are requet'd to announce that El' der J. IV. Randall, of 0age mission, will bold a co-operation meeting at the Chris tian Chap!, beginning to-day, and con tinuing till Sunday, services morning and evening each day. . Judge Davis roounte I a fi-ry steed one day this week, and started ifl ( i rapid pv, taking a ride up Kim Orek. Hp . soon returned giving a glowing account of the beautiful hills, vsllrjs, streams and grating herds be had en . Five cases of brer pnsed through King man, Monday for Medicine Lodge with even caaee more on the way. Tne Cres aet will have to give them another edito rial on the surce of the prohibition law in Mdicine Lodge. -Cit.Z'n. Mr. S'-erpy, of the Medicine Lodge !w fctx, advertises bis paper fr sale, giving as a reason that he wants to engage in other business. Bherpy baa been making a live, newny paper of the Index, and bould stick to it. I Wellingtonian. Last Week when the mercury in the thermomefor atood at 102 d.-greca F., the heat was ot so oppressive here, as we have felt it in other parta of the country, at 03 degrees the perpetual breeie that blow here, being the redeeming quality On last Thursday Dr. Kessler was call ed to the southern part of the county to set an arm that was broken. A boy by the same of 0car Mason, was riding a bro wh?n the horse atambled, throwing him to the ground, breaking bis arm in two different places. The Df, report him getting along finely. Therounty ctTlrs t be elected next fall are County Clerk, County Treasurer, Register of D hhIs, Suerffaod Ojroner. These effloes re at present filled by the following gentlemen U. A. Ward, Cj. Olerkj J. K. Chapin, Treasurer; E. Sam ple, Register cf Deds; J. T. Taylor. Sheriff j Wm. Fitch. Coroner. Again the Iatt Cmntv Trss bss changed hands, Mr. H. V. Coeper having pnrcnaed thD aYm4 from Lne St Thomr. on. We are very sorry to hear of the two gentlemen disposing of the P.eas, and we hope to hear of thern again in the newspaper business. We xtend our ban ! to Mr. Cooper, and wish him unlimited uccess. Richards & Rojrer, of Wichita, are TnOTiog th?ir goods and fliturei from their tort at that place, to Medicine Lodge, to ie pat m the stock of the firm ol S andi furj, Youmans & Co., ol which Messrs. II. itR. are partner. Mr. RMnrria't. alrua-ly living here, and, we un lerstand, &ir. uoger will move hi family to this place, soon. Onr city resders will remember "old raaa price the butcher boy." We clip the fo'.lowirjj from the Wct'.ero Spirit, published at Taola, Miami county, this Bute: R. V. Trice, formcly wrll known here as "old man Trice, the butcher.' hasstruikit rich in the mines tf Nw Mexico, end we an informed is worth tGO,000. If the old man shonld come back now r.e could easily be . leet-d May or, an ?dj he frqoer,tl,- poht affr whtle acitnen'of Tanln. . dar, HjughtooandCa,. Furlong re timed, Monday, fi0m their trip to the Ter r,Ury. They report evrry thing looking oll, and cattle getting fat. Their jour r 7i however, waa not the mot propit i tn, for on their way down, one of their 5 mos waa stuck ia the quick sand of the r-aU Fork, which with some trouble they preceded in getting out; While at the 1 ramp, Cbaa. Furlong waa trjlog to ride a stubborn pony, which inatead of go ing torward, aVoi up on it hfod feet and fill backwards, and bad it not been i ih grouad.the rider might Live re 'T.da tevcre injury. We are- glad f '..: was bat slightly hurt and ia now jf t Kin. r. n. Chtplo sold 2CD cowi tod calves thi week. Ez.IUff opened the billiard ball free to all on the 4th. II. D. Thompson, Des Moines, Iowa, was here this week on business. E. IIul'l has sold hia claim on Antelope Flat to W, Haxpx for a consideration of tm Mr. S. S. Funk, of Late City Township, has a sheep oae yecx old that weigh 200 1b. Trof. Cap pa made a a pleasant call this week. R inch -life seem to agree with him. Frank Water purchased COO head of yearling cattle at Caldwell, last week, for f 10 per bead. Our young friend, Fred Leach, was in the city last Saturday, looking somewhat exausted from the round ape. floward Rathbone, a drummer for Singer & Bend let. clothier of Milwau kee, was In the city thla week. James Doth well, ihe painter, returned Tuesday, from Kanaaa City, where he ha been working for the past few month. Mr. Birch, from Klngnian county, was in town yesterday, Mr. B, la a candi date for Sheriff and stand a good ihow for the office. Hon. Geo. D. Orner returned yesterday from Leavenworth, where he bad been at tending the U.S. Circuit Cvurt, for the past month. Capt. Tardee had a horse struck by lightning a few day ago. The hone did not die but the Capt. aay it could not "navigate" for awhile. H. M. Hickman arrived from Welling ton Saturday evering, and remained over the 4.h, giving Charley a chance to take in the light at Lake City. That agreeable gentleman, Mr. Stone- hocker, father-in-law to Frank Water. ia now clerking for D. E. Sheldon, which would indicate an increase of busineaa. The Medicine Lodge Index i offered for sale by the editor. M L. 3herpy, who wishes to engage in other business, Sher py alway has a strong local aide, and we will be sorry to loose him from the circle . Anthony Republican. Croquet Tarty. At the achool house Saturday afternoon and evening, July O.h. Ice cream and cake will be furnished by the Tresbyterian Mite So ciety. Everybody invited. Emma Tatlou, Mrs. John Ilitf Secretary, President. Dy reading the letter from the Land 0" fice, pudlished in the Index this week, it will be seen that on proving up on Oiage Indian Lnd hert after, six month pre vious residence on the claim, and notice by publication will be required. One- fourth of the purchase price must be paid within six months after the date of filing We have recently heard of cattle being killed by dog around thi town. The oth er night D. VanS'yke heard omething disturbing his calf, and on going out fmnd it was attacked by ome ravenous doir. which he drove off. Sach dogs should be found out and killed, for they are totally worthies, aad a peit to the community. The quarterly meeting of the Barbour County Srock Grower Association has been postponed until Saturday, July 16th. All members are requested to make out a list of strata belonging to the association and hand them in at that time. AH per son baring bil'e againat the association, should hand them to the finance com mittee m or before the above date. R.D. Cart. F.B. IIcst, Secy. President. The Celebration at Lake City paased off quietly. A large crowd was in attend ance. All seemed to enjoy themselves. Abut 10 o'clock divine aemce being had the Declaration of Independance waa read by J. B. Jenkin. The first speaker on 'the program was Capt. By ron P. Ayrri. who delivered an excellent oration. Following him, A. C. Bander said he came there rather to sell a book in reply to Ingersoll, than to make a speech, and concluded his remark. Dr. Ballard then made a short and well-timed address. N-xt followed T. A. McNeal, Junior editor of the Cresset, in one of those bumorou speeches for which he i peculiarly noUl ellcting from the audience frequent laughter. A. W. Little next occupied the speakers stand, and did full justice to the subject and occasion, delivering on of those polished and lofty addresses, which one love to listen to. Concluding apeech es, a bountiful dinner waa served, and no one needed to go away hungry. 8oon after ter dinner dancing began, when all who wished had an opportunity to participate in that for-many-faacinatisg amusement. Want of time forbida our saying more. The following letter from the Land Of fice, received by S. J. Shepler, Probate Judge, will show the latest ruling of the General Land OfTce, ia regard to pre empting Oiade Indian Lands: U. S. Lakd Omcx . Lamed, Kansas, June 23 d, 1881. By instructions this day received from the flon. Commissioner of the Genera! Lnd Office the rules heretofore in force governing the disposition oi Ojage Indian Lands have, with the approval of the Hon. Secretary of the Interior, been modified so as to require that the entries hereafter made upon Osage Indian Lands under seceion two of the act of Cob grew pprored May 28th, ISS0, the general principala of the pre-emption lawa, in re spect to filing, proof of settlement and no tice of making proof will be required to be followed, and that filings must be male within three month from date of (c-ttlement and proof and payment, of of not lee than one-fourth the purchase price within eix month from date of filing, with notice by publication, as re quired ia other pre-emption en trie, and that residence of not lea than six months will be required to be shown as eridenoe that the settlement waa made in good faith. Settler upon Oaage Indian Lands will be hereafter ri quired to comply with these rule in all cue. A. C. Mokris, Register. Hksht Bootii, Receiver. Warren Houghton returned from hi Texaa trip, Tuesday. Four deaths from prostration by heat occurred in Sf. L-raia on the 23th ult . M. L. Sherpy, editor of the Barbour Co Isdex, was in town thi week. Barrton Monitor. Owing to all our force being away on the fourth, there ia a scarcity of matter thi week. The Wichtta Republican appeared on the 2nd under a new name, the Wichita Time. Sherlock & Mill will give a round up on Sand creer next Tuesday, dna we advise everybody to attend, Henry Blickhahn, the industrious sad dler, aaya he haa had a rush of buainesa lately. He ia expecting another hand to be here in a ftw day to increase hia work ing force. Germany 1 becoming fearfully alarmed at the emigration of their peo ple to this country, and the authorities are taking measures to binder the large emigration from the fatherland. A bill with this object Is to be Introduced into the next session of Reichstags Shell (Iowa) News. On Monday, while A. G. Smith's horse was hitched to hia buggy, one of the tugs came loose, which frightened the animal, causing it to dash around the yard a time or two, running againit the fence, but fortunately, not much damage waa done . Thi ia the second runaway Mr. Smith ha bad lately. Sheriff Roberta found a large stone on his farm last week, which, judging from its appearance ana weight, contains a larg per centage of lead. It ia now on exhibition at the court houae, where it ran be seen at present. We understand that Cap. intend to send it to Trot. Shel don, of the State Agricultural college. and hare it assayed Citir sn. We beard of a farmer the other day looking for a money loaner to pay off a $700 dollar mortgage which bad two yeara yet to run. As this was a little unusual, we made Inquiry and learned that two years ago wit h the above bor rowed money he had purchased calres. The other day he sold the ouCt, now two year olds, patd off bis Indebtedness and had six or eight hundred dallars to again buy calves with. Doesn't this strike the are rage granger as a better scheme than wheat raising year after year. vnnneld Courier. The astronomers haven't vet found out what a comet is. They hare been stndying and theorizing orea the matter for hundreds of years, and are no wiser new than they were centuries ago. Kep ler said they were bcdie of transient dur ation, evaporating rapidly, and. Newton was inclined to the same opinion. Uers chell attributed their tail to some sort of electrical agency. Newton said the com et of 1812 waa two thouand time hotter than red-bot iron, and believed that come' were drawn to the un, and furnished it fuel. But the astronomer all confess that comet are still an impenetrable mys tery . Champion. Utt of strays on Capt. Hunt's range. 2 head of 1776, 1 head of I X L, 1 n "I heart. 3 " " 60, 1 H " 5 L, 2 " " W X, 1 " "k-,.dogiron,3 "I-(, 1 " "JO. 1 w " I bar, 2 " J-D, 2 6 H 9 con nected. LIST of letter remaining in Medicine Lodge P. 0., for the month ending June, 30tb. Congdon, Jonh L. Carter, John F. Cook, J. W. Davis, Miss Minnie Oregs, Mis Emma Green, J as. W. Gard, J. S. Hookstra, Jacob P. Hudspeth, J. C. Hartley, J. S. Lappin. Jno. W. Lewis, Mr. G. M. Potter, Kcs. Lizzie Kice, Jaa. L. William. Clark. W. D. VakSltxb, P. M. BUSINESS TALK I Here men of business speak. And something new tell every week brag Siofivfor B'ae: In order to close out my bus- 1 n PS a in AforliMna I era T nnm offer my entire stock of drug, paiem medicines, periumenes, notions, nhnw rnpa nnrl rtttiai things too numerous to mention. A A 1 ' . I 1 . . xuy one uuung me wnoie lot can have a big bargain. Known as trie ucctdental Drug Store E. M Stockdale. DiHOLmox Honrs. The nartnArthtn haMiiAvM. ii. - r mvivwiuio LAlBbiU between the undersigned la this day dissolved by mutual consent. The bus iness will be carried on h A. W. Rum. sey who will collect all accounts due me srm ana pay all its liabilities. A. J . Crewdson, A. W.Ezmsxt. A rrrand onaninc on .Tnlv 1 1 th Everbody invited. Hess' treat. 3 The Champion . Mower at GeppertV ' 3 tf Geo. GeDDert ha rerAivArl on. other car load of of the celebrated iour Darned Scutt Tat. Steele fence wire. 3 tf - Dr. Yant, Dentist, Medicine Lodge, Kansas. 51 Large sized r!nct. nnn for in. cents, Sheldon's. 3 3 ' Ilay Rakes at Geppert's. 31 A splendid cigar three for a dime at Sheldon's. 3 3 Immense variety of Fans at ounuuui. New Furniture I New Furni turel! New Furniture III At Young's. Farasols of all kinds at Shel- aon s. Clocks, from $1,25 np, at Khflliinn'B 9 9 A rood Suit of read marl clothing at Bheldon'g for only a r rn something new and "ovel uapaoese iani at Eiieiaon i. Screen Doors at Geo. Gep perl's 1 1 shoe brashes at Sheldon's for 25 eta- 3 9 "Scrub TJTJ" and hnv vAn brushes at Sheldon's A new Stock of fomitnr inei received at Young's. 3-1 Judd's carret Rwsenora at Sheleon's. 3 3 Cook stoves of all d PSfirinf inna at Geppert's. i-i Read? made eheinril sklrto ot Sheldon's for only 50cts: 1-1 Cheao camera of nil kinda at Young's. 3.1 Chew Old UnckTnha rrn on1 smoke Iron DukpR fnr cnio t n VanSIyke's. 52 1st Class 2 foot r.nrrto r for rn!o tor 25 cts, at Sheldnn's. 3-2 A Calf boot for nt fill el- don's. 2-1 Go lo Sheldon's for vonr hnn'- gy whips. For " first-class Fiimifnro cheap go to Young's. 21 Tinware, cheaper than ever known before, at Sheldon's. 2 Heavy shirting at lOcts per yara aionciaon's. 2-1 Furniture don's. polish at Shel- n3 v3 . --Bird Cages of all kind: at uepperts. jj-l Brass pins at Sheldon's. FOR SALE. A splendid farm of one hund red and sixty acres, situated on lurey Creek, with about Thirtv Ave acres of timber. Te Part cash, and the balance on four years' time, uaii on or address b. Jr. Coan, Medicine Lodge, Kan sas, or E. Lamb. Sun City, Kan sas, 2-2 slates, slates, at 6heldon's for live cents. Baby Carriages at Geo. Gep pert's. 48 Jewelry and Ornaments in great variety at Sheldon's. A- complete assortment of 4ueen8ware, at Standiford You mans & Co. nol2tl Perforated board of all colors at Sheldon's. Look Out, Hess is bringing a new stocK 01 goods of every aiscnpuon . 6tt Genuine Otter Hats at Stan diford, Ybuman & Co., Price Wood and Iron Pumps at Geo Geppert's. 46 S. Lebrecht is constantly adding to his already large stock of Groceries. Call and see. 41 NEVER BEFORE In the Ilistorv of Medicine Lodge have Drv Goods. Notions. etc., etc., been offered so cheap as at Sheldon's 50 Standiford & Youman sell wood Tag tobacco at 50 cents per pound. 7 A full line of Clothincr. the lar gest aud best ever received in this city, now offered by Standi ford Youmans & Co. nol2t Genuine Mexican Sombrero hats at Standiford, Youman & Co., Price, 15,00. 3S-tt SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS. W. D. Vanslyke, at the nost office, keeps continually on hand all kinds of sewing machine Re pairs, such as needles, oils, etc., etc. 49 l A Full Line of Pacific Prints and Fancy shirtings at S & Y's 4 Diamond Fastened Overalls warranted not to riD. at Standi ford, Youman & Co., 3S-tf Standiford, Youman & Co. have just received another in voice of those Field classes' They are a great saver of horse flesb. 4S-tt New Prints at 8 cents per yard, at D. Vanslyke's. 7 Go and see the large stock of Candies at the Central Gro cery. 28 tf 1 OO Different styles of Prints at S. Y & Co's. 9 Go see the immense stock of Boots . and shoes, at D. Van Slyke,8. nol2tf A full nd complete Stock of iioots a. 1 shoes at standiford Yomaus yfie Co. no!2tf The place to get Gents' Fur nishing Goods is at Lebrecht's Best and Cheapest Four steel Barbed ence wire at Geo. Gep pert's. . - 46 Two hundren bushels of early potatoes at Standiford, Youman & uo., 42 tf A full line of Boots and Shoes just received, at D. Van hlyke's. nol2t Ladies, call and see the new stock of prints at btandiford & You man's. 3 a new and fine stock of Boots and Shoes at Lebrecht's. 41 Standiford, Youman & Co. now nave on hand an im mense stock of ReadV vade Clothing, of the latest styles. Go ana see. ssti Lots of new goods arriving at JLieoreciii's. it CHROMOS! CHROMOS1 All kinds, of Chromos. Oil Paintings, etc., etc., can btf found at bheldon's store. 51 Standiford & Youman have just received an jjnraxgx stock 61 new goods of all kinds. Call and ex amine our stock before you boy elsewhere. 3 Brd Cages all sizfs. varie ties and prices at GeL Gep--pertV 47 LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN. From the undrsijrned, 12 miles south of Me'licint Lodge, a slraw berrV roan mare, about seven years old, branded. F L on let shoulder. Had a roan yearling colt at her fide. I will civo 5 for any informition leading to her recovery. Clark Jonks, Kiowa, Kan. A nic slock of Hats just re ceived at Lebreclr's. 41 Buy your starch at -heldons. Go to Sheldon's foriBencal Bluing. Corn-meal at heldous, $1 40 per hundred. Wagons at Geo. Geppert's. 4G FUN FOK THE BOYS AT lLIFF'SIIALL. Money will make the balls roll till the fools are all dead. Bil liards and pin pool, Jenny Lind or pigeon-bole, fifteen ball or poket pool, witb none of the objectional features of a saloon. Jbora quiet social hour, go to llilfs hall. iJU tf rJ. W. Iliff. IMMENSE! IMMENSE IMMENSE I I3 no name lor the stock of goods that Standiford, Youman & Co. now have on their shelves. We have anything and everything a man, woman or child may need. Now is the time to buy goods CHEAP. D. E. Sheldon is selling at COST. SURE. 50 AT COST 1 AT COST!! D. E. Sheldon having pur chased the stock of goods of U. C. Todd, is selling every article in the lot at exactly WHAT It COST, and no more. 49 The Denver saddles at Stan diford, Youman & Co.. 40 if The Celestial View from Roch ester is enough to satisfy any one that Warnsrs Kidney & Liver cure is the best patent medicine for general use in the market. For sale at the Occidental Drug Store. 43 tf The Denver Leggings at Standiford, Youman & Co. 40 tf A full Line of Canned Goods at S. &Y's. 2 A Full'Lini of Dry coods and Notions at S. Y. & Co's. 9 Warners Safe Kidney & Liver cure is the best patent medicine in the market. For sale at the Oc cidendal Drug Store 2 per hot tie. Try it. 43 tf Nobby stock of Boots and shoes at Standiford, Youman & Co. 40 tf Medicine Lodge & Harper DAILY STAGE AND MAIL LINE. Leaves Medicine Lodjjc dally at fi a. m Arrives 44 G p. in Leaves tlarpcr at 12 m Arrives 12 a. in Vale, Miner & Co., - Prop,r J- w. OUNG. Dealer in- AND UNDERTAKING A full line of C7erything always on hand. RePairing of ail Kinds Done in a workmanlike manner. Satisfaction Giaiaiteei jt"Or monev Refunled. 3S The Through Roots ! The Kansas City, Lawrence S Southern R 11. now t omnleted ti Harper. U 30 miles t te shortest 2 nours me q ncKest, anu tbo only linerunuing ifirougu trains from southern Ivanas lu Kansas City It is the bret to all point east close connections re made witi all trains at Union itenot at'Kas C trains on (his line aie always on time, thus, m iking connections sure. Through- tickets to. all points are on sale at the com pany's office at Harper at lowest rates. People of Barbour Co. going east, kbould go via. the through, short route. If anv of our folks are coming west, write tbem to purchase tickets via Ihe through route the K. C. L. & S. J. E.' Lock weal, GeVl Ticket Agr, L-W-Towne. UeirtSupt M. D. Ilttory, Knaf Cfty Aect at Harpnv i . It 1 1 l liiif fa M )C- PRESCRIPTION -DEALER PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, BL.1XK B00KSAXDSTAT10XEriV C1T3T DRUG STORE," ZLi. IXjIIFIE1 &C CO., tlUERY, FEED AID SALE STABLE ! HOUSES A SPECIALTY, ! ' ' o MEDICINE LODGE, - - Medicine Lodge, the : 1 , Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours ! ZW ALL DOGS WARRANTED PURE AND FRESH!. W. M. STOCKDALE, MAN. PI'KIOIBIAITIE J!U!D!G!E ! BARBOUR COUNTY, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CONVERGING AND MAKING FINAL PROOF AM PRE-EMPTION PAPERS ON OSAGE LANDS ! The fee for making out JFinal Proof and Pre-Emption Papers and and Certifying to the same, will be 3 in each case. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 43 SINGER'S BOOT Ai SHOE IIUFAGIURY ! srFIRST POOR SOUTH OF BANK, Boots and Shoes manufactured ana at reasoname rates, iiiso repairing aone on short notice. Give him a call. 32 Merchants' & Drovers' onooonooooooAOoonooooooornoooonooo o AII!ECI2UAlul;il1 OOOUUOOOOOOCUOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOUOOOOO o AMPLE CAPITAL And fully protected by TIME LOCK ! Offer to Merchants and Slock Men Hanking Facilities equal to any in the West. 22 H. M. Hickman, Cashier. Medicine Lodge, Kas. GLEE1! HOUSE ! IIAKTER, KANSAS. J. B. GLENN, Propn clo r. This is the best House in Har per, and headquarters for citi zens of Barbour covnty when in Harper City. G. KCKEIOy Barler aiiHair Dresser ! Medicine Lodge, Kansas. For a tnonifr sftTre. Slfatrtr-'or th Cut. give fan a call and 1 u ill xuarxnrte 8:tilrhMi. Tiie lineal Seu Foam- hi America: ; Tbe I!it-H re cordUliy invi ted t all hare tliejr lair clom! in fine aVkV Swu7.hA .t0ttlrvrFsC yilice,' . DRUGGIST ! IN- MEDICINE LODGE, KAN - - - . KANSAS Kansas, KAS. S. J. SI1EL LKK. to order, in the very latest 6tvle. CENTRAL in T A n n Tk Tr ' I l I I IJ I" V -AND- RESTAURANT ! M Keeps constantly on hand a large r ; stock of Family & Fancy Groceries, CONFECTIONERY, ALL KltS OF CANNED GOODS Ciiars ani Toliacco. FLOUR,- pEED, CORX & VEGETABLES. IS" L. M. Mc CANLESS. OUN DLLOAK,'v MAXUFACL-IiEII Of BOOTS & SHOES! HepiiEjr of all Kinds, Neatly and Promptly done. 3rSht2 first door south of the Central Grocery.' 43' LODGES. No. 179,1. O.O. I? J Medicln Ivdiro, Kai V KPsrtilar m eeti n jr rt i, Tuesdaj evenitijrofeacli f" week. Viitlns brothero. in jnxl stand ing, are cordially Inviterl to attend. JOHN 1IIG01NS, N.U. K, M. B YKRtG v. Secy . -. . ""pilK rejrular commudicati"n3 ol l)lta." X Ixdsr oA- V. & A. 1- are lioU at their lull In Medicln& 4 dsf on tlx ; first and third Saturdays or. each nifmllu ' S. J. Shepler, W; it. C.G. rnrney,S. W, : . I. W. St out, J. W, J. ECliapln.Sccy.. ATTOMEYSTlAVzI i . x Vf M practice In State and United States Courts. ... J3 . d. s. curtiss, Physician&SurgEon Sun City; Kansa jyn. S. M. KESSLER, Physician and Sarptfn ! . . U. S. EX'AMlNtNG'SUKGEOjf. weittc!nc LodjfR. Kas. rf All calls day or niglit promptly attended to. ; . Diy ofllce Cat. Orncr's drujr store Nixht olhce at residence. ......... J OUN NELSON, Carpenter,- Coatrator ani .BUILDER. All work entrusted to me will be did in a workmanlike manner, and satisfac tion guaranteed, medicine Lod;c, . Kansas. E. SAMPLE," ATTORNEY t LAW Medicino Lodge, Kansas.' Will practice in the Courts of this and adjoining counties. . . f . C. WILLlAMd,' WAGON AND CARRIAGE! MAKER. Repairing done on short nottcol and at reasonable rale?.' Shop in the rear of Story's black-, smith shop. NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY! In Medicine Lodge.' I wish to announce to the citi zens of Medicine Lodge and Har bour county that I am now pre. pared to take Photographs, Fere types, Chromo Picture?, otc. 20 Mus. S. P. Coax. THE PALM Ell HOUSE. M. L. Palmer. Proprietor- This House is a now, largo and! commodious building, , with New Furniture Through out, and is kept in a i.ov viaaa lllrlllliuj. . , The Cattle men are specially invited to givemca can. Medicine Lodge, Kansas. . ... H MEDICINE LODCrD HOTEL: The traveling public will find firiO class accommodations at this house Tho cattle men always make it d point to stop with mo. MOKT. STIiONG, VRovuimoii. THE. WESTERN HOUSE Kiowa, Kansas. E.' J. Kkrciixku, Proprietor: . The traveling public will fin this house first claes in' a)? re spects. , ThU hous'6 13 a favorite stop ping place for the cattle men P Feed Stable in connection wl(U the.hoflse. J.' ,M SHERPY CONTRACTOR -AND BUILDER! THE ARCADE cfT is1 n o The traveling puMic n'ill' find Irt-r iii aw oi n lVvi Hi ai, thit n aj. Newly Fitted M Mmld TfOigiioit riftt. sacc'vnin:laf i-rj for C3mo cia travelers. T't-uk lyiouaUt.' .