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THE BARBER COUNTY INDEX.
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I). W. Fliitvr
Jmi' Pin It h
iniii-l T. llow
.V. A. J"hntnn
K. r. M.OI.
Ijhoor County OXcrri.
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In inrtlially llt-l.
Am. Ai.Lr.n.S. I.
AA IT TXf rulrllty Il
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tUrfbt J. W. fi !", M. W.
JU W. Mhnk, Kinrtr.
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i ili It th Ul .HutorUy (firm h "ninth
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Ki.i Mxitii, rKt (.iimiimii'liT.
M. R. ln.nr.iiT, A ljutuni.
Tyrriloni.S T F.I'IStDPAl.. Srvta-wrcy
4Yx auixlrtv at iU a. in. nl ;M p. 1M.
Jf at hiail ivrrjr fnnUy at a:K p. in. Travrr
lmtlii rvery Thur1y fi-i-nln t . :3i
rtrnirM Invln-!. W. II. Oiixam, Varnr.
T3RKHBVTEKI AX. Sitirr cm irni nl
JL fimrth Sim-lrtf of iwll rootiMi. Miin-lny
Lbiml at 3 1. M. . A. AXI4 , I'attnr.
CHHISTIAM. I'rrhlnif f-rr ll mii.M
Humtur II'vh k. HuimIhv w Ivml at 10
k rvfry.uuiluy. I I I'. I. A.W I
UxrTto imrrniiir.s-JWt i i nwrhri
tun hun Ii on Ihn -th Muinlny Mi ll inontli
I t Kbv. ( oi.r.
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tlr. ..sinliiv him-li'ir n rrlnl nf tnnll.
nTW "nit T ulll.r. W.I. V AtSLTKf, I'.M.
V A a I", ..H1T NT.
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lit: -i :ti- k; Irnrrolnll) at Ma .
l"nMn uiiilr. Ik fltr.HuMWT t'riflr, Ifi.l
I'rtk. 1 1 nvt imp it. Klniiiimn, I Kt-iwu.
Ili, nrri "4 'miliv. Vlwlny nn-l I'rl
)rntir m. l'riNrtTiN'lNy,ThiirilnyaMiii
amrlny nl . m.
Fri'in Ink. I'lui MlIU nnl Haruioyn rrlpiii
fiMlM hihI 'ilt- al hhI i Htrt4
TTiim ! IV ail-1 .".llunlio nl MA M.
r.n:r;i: . u..
Physician and Surgeon,
Moili'-iiii I.'i'L'o, Ksin.itrt.
t7TOnir -ir nilili' lrs tort. Ai
tW.ilif ri4,lim i'
KT".U iilUlmt J.niii(j.l . rliiirv
Wrdklnp l.nli?f, Katii.tt;
(ffM hU rr.f.irin wri-r In III niMl'.
Official I. II finllU' ini it-
1,.ni . f. Mtil'. I
. W. KLI.M.
II. W. KIJ.M.
a5 A U5.
ATTORNEYS AT LAV.
M1tcloo l.rwlf, Kanx.
Will rm tlrr ) lh MkI nml Fixlrrxl Cmirl,
L. W ITORT
yiiiu an1 Iin tl tbr aaian rrnomi 1.rflrt'ii
arvl mal flrnl i Um in mi) jaitfc uLir, aiH H
trrTanHi to u'ommiMiiitF guT4 innpati"
Ahrr raano r.
I frrrrnxTA ih.f. iNrnNNr.cTinv.t
0. M. MARTIN,"
A1T0REV & f (OSELOR AT LAW
Miiltclrx' fxtirn, KaiiMla.
Will prailh i In nil lb coiirf:
Will mk final rnnf for rlaimant an1 rx
amlnt Utlra In all lanl i-a. IZ
W. A. MrtniNAI.ll.
A. t. I'AUKKU.
Mcdonald & parker.
Attorneys at Law.
( Wrliiinrtan. Kaiui.
rill ra U In all Itio Court'.
MiIOHiN II. SntriER.i(.-
If .KKS a p,vivUUyf atn-n.tiigr Vi kll kln-U
I'l of l.mH llu-liii-4, cuvit a
Fr'niriif FitiM. ,
M.hinv Fm,. T.v', '
,., . , Takhi ArknoiHlini't '
Ami IrMUOM-timtaliinrral Notary liilnM.'
II all th Uto Lnml HiVo rullnrf.
Alti n'ln In all iu..U of faaurMav-w. Si
J,. W. BKLDEN,
tmhii- Sip M Ornansnlal
- All fhr frV-tn' th i-ownlry promptly aitPiV-
Ha1 to. OWi-rrit lo lal'a SHipp. t
X G. ZCXSftf
A r-1tH iml rr-fturnlpbod bu t arlr
1 it-irrnjmi ro run 1 b o t"-i oii
riabint-ni of h ton. Mb ak hmfiH fnm'ta
n.l i"i.t..m-r In t him a rail wfcn In 0
rr kalr t-uTtlnp-, h.irnjr, pb.mnooinr, itv. 39
TERMS : DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF THE CITY; AND THE LIVE STOOE INTERESTS OF THE SOHTHWeST.
DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
list of tuacts ani lots to
he somj i:v tiii: county
TH K ASr It Kit K( )H Til K XON
V. TMKNT OF TAXK8.
MTATU t'r' KANSAS, I
PAHaKR COI MTT. '
NOTICE l hrvty irtven that on, ti-wlt: TTi
Ilrt Tn-lay of ..pt.mfr. A. i aiM
thu n-t iUTfllnjr Ihj-. I will at-ll at puHIc
Mi lion nt my rfflir, In tb illy of JJ'-'lli lno
yxtg-'. f Ihii- anl i harifi-a tbcrrott. for th
yrnr lx. ami prrvlou yi-ar. Pn much of -ai h
of thf l.l-iwlti foarrfii tract i f laml r
town lot rliuau-il In ttif tiMjnty of Rarlr. 1
Siati-of KanmtM, a uiuy In- n--iry lortnal
Medidnt Lode Township.
Cii, W Avt iiw A m nw. 3KC-II fii TI
llownrl llrook ! in ik n ul A nw)
I A n' w. :KXI"! n..V
( harli-a t'oliln I n i 29-II-10
A r. IHf ID U TZ
John W i.rn-liil-t43& I, tOUlAUU
m l nwl IHo-ll 9 .
W M Ki ti-I.v t 4-.TM? A n rw- OrM h.:m
Haml II ll-ntoii w n-I.V w 'l-c:-10 r, . i
M:Miwi- w.V.tJ.) A t ii-:c-io I
John Kam y tn-t w .f nwj r!-:E-l r, 4H
NimiK'l Kay r A - n- Wl-ll 1 fS
t M fv-tr nw I Kf-l Ti
Kihi-r !tmoir nr A i ai-irvnft-l IT W
F ETnwi-r nl tiH A rt wf 7Kkl II W
aauin Mi nr --li A pw nwl,
4thwJK1M1 10 04
aam w '! A H rw I O0-12 ;..',
Allin J Tavlor nw a-ja-ll
W EW II : lam ( n 7W
f : llr1Mn lota .1 A A r w AK1I-I2 9.49
Oliver ItiiaMn w m i lio-U-l.', A lot 1, not
nw A nw nrl 8.40
W II fpark f r tlon of wi I 13-13-1; .fl
lTimlillnin nl nw a4Ml 4.19
naino m i am) & w not mid 2.:C
am aci Aat-iavkt . Mtuv 5..VJ
aamo aw I aw) namo 1.11
Lake City Tomufcip.
n'ti) F.nclUh w n-i A rw rn A m- nw
5w-U t TI
3 W Fari n trai tion of nw ll-.TI-ll 4 39
llrnry tiix-n w t w JI-.HVll
m t n -l I " 5.W
Win J rvU-J- r n I f pw SV.VH
lot !i..V.'!l-i I i ' H.W
XV If Mnrlnrtty k-I 0CM4 T.oi
.Xmnu-I lu l. Infill w n I A nl pw TT-nrV 5 jo
AiikmS Wll.n w m-i A iwi IT-JlU-Tl,
H nun t 6.18
Noah Wamataff nwt w A ! bw ft lot I
2-31 14 A . iil :KI1-U 6.14
San City Towsthip.
Hat llrn-Vr m ni A w) pw A ! wi
ChH A llauliti-riW nw A w twi mnvi.'i .1.07
hmuii- H lift A w 4-:h.i 4.W
Mmtii Mlauk nh1p w kti A t-4 l
imut.-. 9 1
Kdwanl tilln'T r w3-."l-i:i 5 )H
anr a-i ik A n-- "4 4-1M-'i X.W
Win II K.k-tra aw i;U A ci nwl k
n-4 w -ju-.kl4 7 rc
IfuMmn! lima w no A w m ) IT-tVU T.K
L W Kim h rt w-4 A wt I4-.Ti-1. 5 T
Joc Wortblnirtuu p w 3K1I-I4 S.7
ami nt nw 14
It A WarO w w lOtHl A fl not 1 4-10-13 7.74
Jolin Itorno w nw A w wt l.-rOl ll 7.C.
Ihuh V Mi MnhaiiPi l II A iti
A I m-4 X'-M-ll 9T
F. It ll.irli-y l not A nt i Kfl". 1 1 . nr.
Ili-nrv II. -vii ton w n-i Ami n- A iH-i M-t
Klmi-r F. Ihtker 4 m-I 1I-CH", il-w
:t.v Is nw net A-:u-li , , 5l
Annlo ll'.llamli t i' Ji-CI-U 4.41
E W l'uni- nwt pi-t IJ4-I.'i m
aniNo lot 3 A -w-t nw t T ilVl. 1 TiM
ib i no oi :i A 4 A t T-IM'.
J M Itaalln lot I A v n A H-w .1.01
HMinn t liiwl A t-4 liKtVli 3 11
Pii iit tnwt iv:;vn .m
Mirr lot a. ! nwl A w i-."vi; a SI
lam- itiiMiA- Ki iJ-itvi.' air;
aam lot .1 A m l nw I l-AVl'i 14-1
nr FThriH kinorton n-t . i i-ili, l ."l
f-Miiiin I Wavtu r n i.'.1"
f oiaancb TowniMp.
Ft a ik Kiihi-lmt I T. It . .IS
l:u-i- Jolilinitl wt I 'J9 I4 : ! ."
'Iholua llnv. m i H SI. 25
'I liomn JoIiiiumi nw ! i Irt 3
Win. IliiU-it net h ! ut II A awi A
nwt rawt II T I'i 3 25
r.ml-!.!). r nl nl ?l C.t H A nl pwt A
w t t I I 1 3 S.T.
John li 1'nmoii' m A nt t 11 ?! I i 1 "
lol-rt J Johi.-M-ii nwj A wim-i Zi T.i in
A -nt M II it K 3 r,
I'hlllp ll. ki r I nwl A rl w f, r II SI i'i
ltrn II .tolli-. m i M-t " -1" l A pw at
I i .ri M A t nwl li Irt ;i r
Flwlti A ShIii, J ni l A m l -! t ?i I'I
A l nwt , nt i"l IT -". It .1 25
Fril K Frkrrt t ii t A n t pwt 31 ?.i i
A i in-1 A m i m i : . pi .1 Z
fam'l II ,l..n. w w 17 l A M-t mi
I I'I A nl nwt 211 2 i :i -a
I rank r.llioll I pk t A h t n t A pw ii t
n Irt 3
IUIkmii W U ntri rn n iw LM 31 14 A nt
n t SI "."! H 3 25
Koli'ii . Klrl.y nt nl 22 1 A "l p
I"i 251 H 3 25
Win A ItamiUti r p) n A nl t 22 n K 8 25
Mmon I. lum.l m i m t II J pi A t m l Z'r-
-". in A l nwt 24 2" IH 3 25
W W-hnik nl wt 2 II W
Ak-t M lllnlon awt m-121251 In A wt IM t A
nwt " I 2S 3 2',
F.lwpr-I ufniiiln ik I wl A i t nwt A nwt
nwt 25 25i U 3 25
n-Powfll t M l 2n?M'l A Pt Pt
21 2" l A m t m I 2li 251 H 1 25
Wlon Fiinlr t nwl A n t 1 25 25) Irt
A n i t A p t n t 2i 5."J 1H 3.23
llrnry KHti-rnwt n t :-j Irt Awt mi A
pwt m l 2i S?. Irt 3 m
Wm A llarr t nwl A wt n t 27 2 M 3 2iV
Han- II iS.rti-r p cwj 22 25 Irt A nt nw
TT :.! H 3.25
Frank Us liofl. .i nrt A m I m-i 2 2T In
nwt m i rT Irt 3 r
Marlon W jiimn nw m l 21 rt A w i a-t
A p. I 12 2i Irt 3 25
Walter J Nl.h..U ! pwt 2251 Pi A n I
ii SCI r PI m
J4m II IhiMnr-l rt nul a imj ru I i
nH SSI 20 Irt 3 25
Wm t oniU awt m l A h 1 i i k nwt ri a
hrtpw "4 i 14 3 25
Thoma I r..k lot.i 2 A pw nr k nw
r I : PI 3.20
Win II IWI.jf Iota I A 8 nwl nwl a nl .-wt
3 l l a wl nwt M . ' . JS
tlwar-l llrnMii rx if t Ti f 11 lot s 3 ft 7
wt nw t A in I wl ri 4 3 jv
Inn. I Id Ii Mr p m i SSI -."J pi a li.'a 1 2 .'.Al
4 S It J fi
!, M l"fii Pi ivt A nt w t 4 S in 3 20
'lm I Fntihiirtoii .t I, :il 2! pi a loin 3,
I. 7 a . -t nwn M- - - - - 3 r.
John 4' 1 arriit l c i ti mi Tir A . nl tvi k
. wi o-t I : w 3 25
Aoillaon VrMn i ! a r t ") irt 4 3.25
Jwa HAiitptoiiM't no4 ut 4 nrt
-W4 .HI .I
John T SWincr t ih 7 . IS a w wj
IJi-nW rrynrw - Ski Irt Ant nrt Ami
nw) !i ; Irt
JiMarai MTuttkit pw 4 :tl W A o m4
Sl Irt nw nwt V :) l 3.25
ZnrbarlMh Firming p nw a nt w 3 30 Irt 3.25
Ironr Kol rtp awt t ' K-t J W A nrt
iw-t P 3tl IS 3.r
lmr M Mam wt ni i A rt nw t 10 W Irt 3.2J
OroWMum wt "w m pwt I 30 14 a
nw nw 10 l 14 3 -3
Thoiiiart lnnnr m-i m t A nl pot A iw m-
hi 311 11 3 r.
1.1-TfMf Wilson ft sw 3D IS a rl nw
II :n M j 23
WIUIm llrlilin-Dinn w nw a nt awt II 30 Irt 3.25
Jotio took til nvt 14 JO Hi a Pwl m a m-i
w II 3U 14 3.25
tieorip'dant nw i 14 - 3.r
lenntlt ltmif w pr a ri twf II 3f 14 ,.3J3
Jorph V. Man.ni M m pH 1:1 .11 IT a nrt
awt A M a ant 4. 1 !i Irt - 3 2A
Wm Varxi-r ni-t A m l prf tl DO Irt l.ou
t hl) llowanl p nrt 23 ;i Irt a w nw
; 24 : IS . S 1 1 3.25
JiMH-pb. Moti-air nt awt a pwi t)v 27 30 14
' A n t wt-t 2 3D 14 3.25
Harriot A PyW- at awt A wt m l pt 2.4
Thona Tavlof iwi 4 Sli I't l.ii.
Frank ralim-r m- m-i Til : PI a pw pw
SCI it 1 pt a tola 3 ami 4. S 5i H 3 25
Ihini Allrn wwf Vwt W ! Pi a act mi
H t 31 14 3.-.
M At hew .H lliioii.4t.4i rt m. 1 7 31 14 a pw
pwt a nwt nw IT Sl 14 3.25
Jobn Ijipwt aw. 7 Bl PI a nt nw Anal
awt 24 .11 Hi r , 3 r
Orin N lli-Mth wt nw a w p 21 "I 14 3.25
JUini4 a lMiirpr-t 111 t A l t. 29 31 14 A
ty t n-t V HI 14
JircJiirrai a. ;w3i i'i awt
ac pw a 31 14
IiKtt J fjiiie awt nrt a ! nw 30 31 14
A nwt w-t A iM't wt SA Sl 14
Canilliwrriipowt net A art aw a kKat A
3 J) ni ia
Albm f. Coir wt nwt a ni t m 31 14
Jon U Maih.-w. m i ) 4 Sis! 14 A awt nwt
AOt tA awt 3 A 14
R W VtTlit art awt 33 31 14 A lot 3 art
w awi D f 4 "C 14 , .
Fat Uallicbrr wt at A art w 3 Sfi 1J a
nwt n-t rn-l nwj A 32 14
John F I'biUip at nwt a nt a a awt
pwr 14 as 14
Davvi T .Mrlntrm rf awt 32 IS a ni nwt
17 33 IS A im t m l 1 32 Irt
tiro K I'roa nt art a m fact 17 32 IS A net1
D t 30 32 IS
- Y ITalWji f I nrr A nl ar S3 32 l .
Jno A llallirrt wt nrt' 23 !CUt wt art
II Xi 14 A artwt It Stt 14
Wm F M ilia act nwt a rt awt A owt art "S
IIrrt f M IvwU wl nwt a wt pw ii 22 14 f 25
Thnina If CaJTuw-n Wt awt 24 33 I0.A art
t, rr ' k in n-f nni atKW , , .. 3 23
tljas F Pm karri art awt 24 33 14 A rt Dwf
a nrt tt a su 14 , la
I haaA Martin l-rt t PwfiK-t a wtart 13311 $.25
.Wm J tiil o, 1, 2 A 3, 7 tl ii'i Ami urt
12 V. Irt . - . 3 25
Elil.iiwwna a w .w.ir 3 14a nwt
. aw nr 17 .SI Irt 3 r
Jim 1 h f. IhiMt rt . ,r 13 35 14 a nl neir
iSt l 14 '3 25
lbaKnkin n-nr 31 71 14 At nw
3 14 3 25
E WJ ,iapiwir nwtir 1WQ"' swcir
E W I'aynr w nr ni qr A naiM ?5 1C
M Uto5Aeotafj8i 14
, k3A 41twqr nw qr 4 35 IS
Jamr M Rawhna lot.S A ao qr nc qr A rt
" qr 4 35 14
Tbnmn HiKlxprth M qr nw q 4 S5 IS
E V, Payne lot 4Ja at nw qr 35 IS
e4 ow qr a whm s 35 18
' wf-neA wt-ae7 35 14
Jamoa M RAwlina r4-rw A rw t 35 14
fc. VS Pariwirt-nwll 35 IS ant-nw 153S IS
Janii-a M lUwIlna nr-a A lot 1. IS SCi 14
t rank E Wrlirht wt-aw A aw-ae 10 25 17 A
iHif 15 2 17
w Wa rone r rt-aell29 17Art-nMl'917
Jf.L,tu,,lon,-w nw-aw A aw-ao
. I S 17
W m MrRar aw-nw k nw-aw II 29 IT A rf-
no 15 29 17
?.!rll? F Harnrr wt-nwA aw-w H 29 17
ll-n Tatum wt-n- A Lt-nw 21 T.i 17
'""rlJ Tatum nw k ne-sw A nl-o
i5JWrnce "nw iw-ne k nt-rw
mw II Farrar fi-ao 11 29 17 k n-ne
20 2B 17
John M Hay at-n A ni-ao 23 29 17
lU.-r Moffat'r-P- 1. 2j if A ne-no' 22 2T
17 A nt-nw 23 29 17
Jobn W C'aav ar-ao 23 29 17 A no-no t6 IT
A nw-nw 25 2 IT
Jaj Vaufrhn w-nw Ant-w Aar-aw2f,29 17
John Aroall aw-a 21 2!) 17 A nw-nq A tw
nw 2 29 IT
Panl-I Notcatlna lou 3 k 4, 80 29 17 lots
1 2, 31 29 17
Will nth aw A iw-aa) 31 29 17 A lots 1,
3A 1 1 :) 17
SamuH A Watto ww k aw-nwS 30 17 k
a-M S 30 17
Tbomn Nal nt-ae A et-aw 7 30 17
Adam Trlfrr at-no A nw-c 8 30 IT A aw-
Chan E Wiiutu ao-M 7 30 17 k wt-aw k ne-
w 8 30 IT
FlwarJ A ny4 e-nr 14 30 17 k at-nw k
n-"w j Jo It
Kdwm TJltiawrll P-nw A aw-ne A ne-w
14 ni 17
Cha P Su-m ac-no A nl-a 13 30 17 A nw
w It SW 17
TVnn Hathaway wt-no A Pi-nwl5 3017
I-anUi r J lloneilk-i nt- A i-t-aw 17 SW 17
MilforU V,. Low wt-uw 20 UU II A ac-no A
wyp Hi k 17 - ,
AlfrrJ Hobbat-H, 13 30 17 A w-n 2 30
li . ..
Rollln O Abliott no-nw A lot 1 19 30 IS k
t-ue 24 30 17
T P OrraiAii no-nw 25 30 IT A wl-ar A 00
aw 24 SJO 17
Wlnalow I. Ilohlia ae-nw A -t-aw 25 30 17
Florrnoo Lrlbton H-no 10 31 17
Chaa A llopprr pw-hw A et-nw A ae-aw
It 31 16
rrrry MK'lanahnn nt-ao A aw-nr 19 31 17
A nw-aw 20 sj 17
Frank Hopprr lot 2 A 3, 30 31 IS A Pt-n5
2ft 31 la
I'wKijor t-nw A nw-aw 25 31 17 A nc-ao
ltrntx-n Itullcnraw-ne A ar-nw 36 SI 17
Ham IlUmeraw-rfo Ari-aw A nw-aw27.11 17
mtST jP16"1 w-nw A wt-nw A no
Krwln F.rhtinrk w-n A nt-nw 29 31 17
Jackaon Stfjwart at-w M 32 17 A nt-nw
2 St! 17
Frank Klnw-A ar-PW 29 32 171 nt
Rllry Ki llry rt-nw Ai t-w ia XI 17
E W Piiym; Pt- A at-aw 1 85 17
a-if 2 SI5 17
M 7-W. 4 :i"i 17
lot 1. 7 SI5 17
nl-nv 11 35 17
John F SmallwiMxl w t-nw - A nw-aw 23 35
IT & ni-li-222!lH
Shiii I ilii.tnoti lot 1 13 r 17
WnC iloliunn nt-aw A ae-aw A ow-ac 25
Aloaxn It TWry W t-nn A ao-ne A nr-so
' 2rt 25 l i
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MEDICINE LODGE, BARBER CO., KANSAS, AUG., 22, 1SS4
BAfifeER G&UNTT INDEX
Official Paperof Barber County.
"bacripUoaPriee S3. 00 A Taar.
OSes : Utxb ths Medicink Value t Oakk.
E. P. CARUTHERS, EDITOR L PROPRIETOR.
Robert, a bashful yourg student of
cupid recently summoned up courage
to escort a young Isidy home. At the
breakfast table next morning his father
said: "Well, my sou, did you go home
with any of the girls last night?"
"Yes," said Bob. "Who was she?"
llobert hesitated, but finally blurted
out: "I thought it was Anna Warren,
but when we got to the turn of the
road she went into Ella Ham's house."
The Droves'r Journal of Chicago re
marks that this is an age of baby beef,
and we are now getting cattle at 2
years of age that are ripe and better
beef for the use of the butcher than the
4-year-olds and past that we admired so
much a few years ago. It is no uncom
mon thing now to have on tho Chicago
market in one day 20 to SO car loads of
cattle better than the average of the
show cattle six or eight years ago. In
other words, a very prime lot of heavy
matured cattle arriving once a week or
so, is no longer a notable event. - ' ,
Mr.Geo. W. Killy, general freight
agent of the 2Iissourl Pacific has issu
ed to all agents and connections the fol
lowing notice: "In compliance with an
ordinauce of the city of (Jamett, Kas.,
passed July 8th, 18S1, this company will
not receive any intoxicating liquors (in
cluding alcohol,ete., wine, beer, spirit
uous, vinous and malt liquora) for trans
portation to Garnett, Anderson county,
Kansas, unless tho shipper or shippers
present a permit from the probate judge
of Anderson county, that the consignee
is lawfully entitled to sell the same.
Boston Herald: Does any body sup
pose that lien. Butler has not been
sharp enough to drive a trade with Mr.
Blaine though that exporinenced polit
ical broker. Bill Chandler? Xo man
knows better the Aalue of his wares
than the "political cork-screw" whose
natural method of progress is turning
round. lie tried to bargain the demo
crats Into nominating h!m, and when
he failed he knew well enough whereto
go lor a trade.Butler and Chandler have
been very thick late and ir Chandler
needed to make amends to Blaine,
which we doubt, what more welcomed
gift could betake than Butler "bolted,"
with his following of the democratic
party. Ben and Bill are sharp boys and
James knows it.
Snlalia Democrat: The nomination
of General Johu S. Marmaduke for
governor was an excellent selection,
probably the very best that could have
been made. The name of Marmaduke
is emblazoned on the pages of Missouri
history .and is the synonym for purity
and honesty. Once lefore a Marma-
maduke was chosen as a ruler of grand
old Missouri, and not a stain did he
leave on his record. His son, the pres
ent democratic nominee, will only add
to the luster of the fame achieved by
his father. His election, of course, is a
a certainty, and his majority will not be
one vote less than the ticket is entitled
to. It is General Marmaduke now.
After the election is will be Governor
The Kiowa Town Company organi
zation w e mentioned last week now has
its charter and is in full working order.
The charter was filed August 6. The
company means business, undoubtedly,
as Messrs. Miller and Campbell will at
once erect a stone and brick block two
stories high, 100 feet front, by 100 feet
deep. Ewell, Itumsey & Shelly, anoth
er of the same material, 100x100 feet,
two stories high. A brick hotel 40x80
feet, two stories high. This building
has been located and the work on it
will commence at once. Lane & Van
tier build a livery, feed and sale stable
this month. Mr. C. 1. Orwin has pur
chased six lots to locate his lumber
yard on. He will put in a first-class
stock and sell it as cheap as any one
can, with freight added. The compa
ny are only selling lots to those agree
ing to build on them at once .and pro
pose to build up a substantial city, and
one that the inhabitanta'can be justly
proud of. Caldwell Journal.
. Tho Croat Zxpoaltioa.
The Exposition at New Orleans is at
tracting the attention of the'press In all
parts of the country and abroad. Almost
every newspaper has something to say
about the preparations that are being
ffiade to further the work of state or lo
cal associations. The special representa
tives of the Exposition commissioned
by President Arthur, for the purpose of
procuring exhibits have found the news
papers readj to report speeches and
print the latest news relating the Worlds
Fair. This circumstance .no doubt
springs from the fact that the people
throughout the land read with much'
interest alt that is printed concerning
this great enterprise. By wide-spread
influence of the press the Exposition is
known and talked about in India, Aus
tralia, on the backs of the. Congo, In
the South American republics, and in
the frozen regions' of the north. Seem-
1 . .VkSll!. '" i J
tog impossiuiiiuea uave ueen overcome
and1 the scheme limited to a cotton ex
hibition at first, has been enlarged by
degrees til it now embraces a grand ex
position or. art, manuiacxures, mines.
agnewture, and Fn fact about every
thing in which the people of to-day are
interested. This Exposition to be open
ed in December next,' coyers more
fjrouud; has more exhibits' entered, than
cante recorded ot any other World's
Taif ever attempted-
Aside from' the pecuniary means fur
nished, the untiring industry of its di
rectors, this marvel of the ninetecenth
century owes much of its renown to the
power of the newspapers.
Tlis CattU Dlaaaat). . .
Gov. Glick called ameeetingof pfrin
Iniht cattlemen at his ofiice last wee2,
and a wiib-committee was appointed to
draw up appropriate resolutions.' The
following were ftjb'tnited:
Whereas, 'he disease hnown as
Texas fever lias been spread io a . limi
ted extent among' domestic cattle fc'y
contact with title water or through cat
tle w hich have been driven and shipped
from tH'd Gulf states and the state
of Arkansas; and
Whereas, It is not desirable to e3
lablish protective measures which will
entirely prevent the introduction of
disease among uninfected cattle, it is
Resolved, First That the meeting re
quest this excellency, Governor Ghck.to
establish a system of quarantine, of in
spectors, who shall be authorized and
required to inspect all cattle whenever
the same may be offered for shipment
within the state ot Kansas and especi
ally at the stations of Coffey ville, Ar
kansas City, Hunnwell, Caldwell, Ellis,
Dodge City, Coolidge and Wallace, to
determine by their inspection whether
the same are desirable or capable of
communicating disease, and it 'shall be
the duty of these Inspectors to furnish
to all shippers of cattle which have
passed inspection a certificate of their
healthy condition. The agent of the
railway company shipping such cattle
to be furnished with a copy of such cer
tificate. Resolved, second It shall also be the
duty of the inspectors, when cattle are
offered for Shipment to ascertain the
route over which they have been driven,
and in the event that the same have
been driven across a through cattle
trail, or brought into contact with
through cattle, to quarantine against
and prohibit the shipment of such cat
tle until perfectly satisfied that there is
no disease extant among them.
Third That a request be made to the
governor of Illinois, and to the commis
sioners appointed under the act estab
lishing a bureau of animal industry, for
the United States, to give us an inves
tigation and satisfy themselves that no
contagious disease exists among the na
tive or wintered cattle within the lim
it of the state of Kansas, the Indian
Territory, Colorado or the Panhandle
Fourth That it is an established fact
that the communication of the conta
gion, Kansas-Texas fever, imported by
"through" or "tide water" herds to do
mestic cattle, has not extended from
such infected domestic cattle to others;
that such secondary communication is
absolutely unknown and is established
by the fullest and best practical and
veterinary experience to be imiHssible.
Fifth That the live stock associa
tions, railway companies and stock
j-ard com.nls.siouer.-t, represented at this
meeting heartilr co-operate with Gov
ernor Glick and use their best endeav
ors to secure the enforcement of such
newlful regulations as his excellency
Clay in his judgment deem necessary to
carry out the spirit of the above resolu
tion. Governor Glick sent the following
telegram to Governor Hamilton of Illi
nois: Topek A,.Vug n.-The sanitary commis
sion held a large meeting of stockmen
at my ofiice to-day and assure me that
there is no danger of Texas fever
spreading from Kansas aud that no
through Texas cattle will be shipped
into or through Kansas by our railroads,
and I invite you to fully iuvestirnue
matters before you quarantine against I
this state. I am assured that there is
no danger but from throu-rh southern ;
cattle none of w hich will be shipped,
and cattle taking the disease from them
do not communicate H toothers. Com
petent inspecic'fs will be on duty at all
points where southern cattle might be
shipped. G. W.Guck,
Governor of Kansas.
It was read before the meeting and
The following proclamation was also
read and endorsed, and the meet ad
journed. governor's proclamation.
Statm of Kansas, )
v Executive Department,
Topejca, August 13, 1884. J
Whereas, Great fears exist ambnz
the people of this state who are engag
ed in the cattle raised and cattle 8hir
piug industry, that the Texas or splenic
lever may be lntrodnced into this state
by cattle from Texas. Arkansas. Mis
sissippi, Alabama, Georgia and Flori
da, and thus jeopardise the great stock
interests of thu state, and
. Wheujcas, X am" requested and ad
vised by the live stock sanitary 6dm
miasion, a large number of persons en
gaged in the cattle raising industry
and railroad managers, that the only
safe and practicable method to secure
absolute protection and immunity from
the introduction of the dangerous dis
ease is to quarantine the state against
cattle from the localities named, at any
time before the first day of November,
a. ry. Irs.
Now, therefore, in order to protect
the great stock interests of the people
of the state of Kansas against the in
troduction or dlsmttf&tion of the Tex
as or splenic fever. I. G7 V. Glick. 46v-
ernor of the state of Kansas, under and
by authority of "an act for the" protec
tion of domestic animals " rfo hemhv
Order established and dprlarn a
tire'ttitilthelstday of November, A".
sj. M.cm, ttfctn.ua i. aui suca came irom
the localities named from coming into
the state of Kansas (except those from
the Indian Terfitnrr anil ttiei Tanh-n.
die of Texas witfif a certificate of health'
shipped by railroad and I call upon all
citizens,' railroad mancrers. and thA.M fn
cfca?-e6f stock yards to' aid the live
llUl? tinftirr nn.mlii.t i t. '"
owttimuiMUj vuuuiiNivu m cuts , en
forcement o'f paid tarantine.'gnc re
quest all ELeruTs and county attorneys
to render all official assistafrce necesary
to enforce the law node which qu'aran-
ttriia r oaVil.tlial.n.l
, In testimony whereof' i baye hitWrto'
auuscn ueu my name, ana caueu to be
afSxedthe crrat rpjiI rf th cttj
at the city of Topeka the day. and year
cm above written. G. W. Glick.
By the governor .'-James Smith.
Secretary of State.
BlAiao Get Kid ani flaaj tho Indianapolii
Seattaol for S3 0,000.
Indiiiiiapoiis, Ind., Aug. l4. On the
2th, inst.; the Sentinel, of this city, con
tained an editorial, charging that
Blaine had sedu'cedliis present wife in
Kentucky and then fled to Maine, where
the young woman and her failie? fol
lowed him'; and he married her- at the
point of a shotgun. This having reach:
ed Mr. Blaine, he telegraphed Colonel
Hollow-ay, of the Times, that the state
ment was maliciously and infamously
falie in every particular. Political
ilanders, he says, he pays no attention
to', b'-ft this attacking the honor of his
wife cannot be submitted to. HolJowa?
was asked to bring suit against the re
sponsible editor of the, Sentinel in the
United States court. Colonel Holloway
placed the matter in the hands of Sena
tor Harrison':? law firmA and papers are
now in course of preparation In ac
cordance with Blaine's direction.
The article published by the Serfliiiel
is as follows:
"Can Blaine afford it? The cam
paign war against Cleveland is, to say
the least, an independent one. Finding
no vulnerable point in his public record
his enemies haye assailed supposed ir
regularities in his private conduct.
They have dressed and redressed the
affair until the naked facts are but a
small part of the furbelow, frilled and
ruffled figure waltzing in the Blaine re
publican print. This besmirching pri
vate character is the stock in trade of
the Blaine folks. It is all they have to
offer against the democratic candidate.
But can James G. Blaine afford this
plan of baute, if his own flanks are un
protected as they are currently under
stood to be? Is he not provoking a
scathing fire by permitting these as
saults on Governor Cleveland. The
democrats will hardly remain quiet on
Blaine's inner-life when his supporters
are resorting to scandalmougernia
against its' i candidate. The charges of
seduction made noon Mr. Cleveland,
and which are false upon their, very
face. Can, it appear to be turned upon
Blaine and made to stick. There is
hardly an intelligent man in the coun
try who has nor heard that James G.
Blaine betrayed the girl whom he mar
ried, and then only married her at the
muzzle of a shot gun. The democratic
press has had the magnanimity not to
put forth these reports which must
cause pain to the members of Blaine's
family. The republican papers have
long known of them, and have allowed
them to go undenied. If Mr. Blaine
w as scoundrel enough to betray an in
nocent girl, if after despoiling her he
was craven to refuse her legal redress
giving legitimacy to her child until a
loaded shot g'm stimulated his con
science, then there is a blot on his pri
vate character, more foul, if possible,
than any of the countless stains on his
political record. His conduct discloses
moral obliquity, rendering him unde
serving of social confidenco and an un
fit man to be president, and a candidate
with such a record cannot afford to as
sail his opponents. Between Cleveland
and Blaine, what fair minded voter can
hesitate to pronounce the former as a
better and purer man?"
Proceedings will be begun at once
against Shoemaker, the author of the
article under Grubb s libel law, in the
state courts. This will compell Mr.
Blaine's presence as a witness. Attor
neys say the suit and criminal proceed
ings w ill be pushed with all possible
Changing Oaiti in Saddle Eoraea.
Jn reply to a querry as to how well
broken saddle horses are made to
change gaits by their riders, a Phila
delphia correspondent of the Country
'English horsemen recognize the
walk, trot, canter and gallop as the on
ly gaits for a saddle horse, but in Amer
ica the walk, rack, pace and canter are
the favorite gaits. In Kentucky and
throughout the south where saddle
horses are bred for the fa3d!6 Vf
tinguished and renowned saddle stal
lions, the same as a runner or trotter is
bred, the gaits are: walk, 'flat-footed',
running walk, fox trot, single foot,
rack, canter, gallop, and I might have
added dog trot.
'These gaits beinn trail for, are nat
ural to the colt am as you break him
under the sa'ddle, of course you develop
the gaits and the Kentucky racking
. .. . a- a. r
dims a necessary aajunct ana teacner.
As to the rider making the horse change
from one gait to another, I would say
that the colt in being broken to the
fdtf!e' fs taught, with the aid of the bit
and spurs, to change from one gait to
another by the touch of the hand, say
just over the neck In front of the pqr
mel of the saddle for a runntng walk;
high upon the necE njear the bridle for
a fox trot, arid by a leaning forward of
tire. ttJdy, at the same time throwing
out the hand on one side, with extend
ed arm, for a canter or gallop. Tbje
single foot is developed f roma fox trot,
and by spurring up arid tightening the
reins forcing as it w'ere, yet under re
''I ani not a professional horseman or
teacher, but having been raised! in the
south! and Tfoowing something of the
gaited horse, I concluded to give you
these few hiritsi .In this city the Eng
lish gaits and the English style of
riding are taught and practiced. They
call an all-gaited saddle horse here an
: v'i' , . . ,l'.L
eaucaiea norse, ana win jia nave any
thing" to do with him."
. "the following resolution' explain
themselves, and..; should be carefully
cuntnuereu py paruea see&uig ranges
To the Ensaa Lire-Stock Indicator:
Freamble and resolutions introduced'
and adopted at , a regular meeting of
the Liincoin uounty mock Association,
held at Seven Rivers, New Mexico,
"Owing to the great.nuriter oi cattle
anu uurst-s nuw eu T'jtB to mia county,
which is now grjcatly overstocked from
the Texas line to its source, particular
ly the present eason, owing to the
great drouth, the evidence of which
j consists in the hundreds of dead cattle
j strewed along through the trails and
$2 A YEAR.
langes from one end of the thtil to th?
other. . . . . .
t "Resolved, That we, individually
and as an association, request all per
sons desiring ranges to come and prove
lor theniselves the above statements to
be facts. f
''Resolved further; . Tha't; should any
person or persons, uo'twithstanding the
above, turn stock loose on, any o'f tho
ranges embraced within the jurisdic
tion of this association,' thereby entail
ing great loss to the parties whei have
acquired the yroperty, we bind our
selves to proteci eacli tfther by all means
within our power. . ..
'Resolved further. That all the
Slock journals and other newspapers,
throughout the country, be requested
to give the above resolutions all the
publicity possible, thereby . saving ma
ny parties," unacqu'aitited witH the tacts
suffering great loss;
. "The passage of these resolutions
was seconded, and they were unani
M. CRORiir, t. 'w. E. Anderson,
Treabla at Hmaneirt' n
City Marshal Rayner of Hunnewell,
and his assistant Ed Scotten, were shot
Tuesday night by Oscar Halsell and
Clem Barfoot. The particulars, as near
as our reporter could gather them are
On Tuesday several of the boys came
into Hunnewell and proceeded to get
on a hurrah. After doing the town for
a short time, they started out, discharg
ing their six-sooters within the city
limits, and were followed by the mar
shals, who shot after them several
times. Three of the principals came
back to town in the evenh g, and about
12 o'clock began making some noisy
demonstrations in Pat Hanly's saloon,
whereupon the marshals went in and
cautioned., them to, keep qfuiet. The
boys said they hadcorri'e to have a lime,
and asked the marshals if they wanted
to fight. They replied that they didn't
unless it was necessary T.he.bpys.the1
invited them to drink' which they ac
cepted, and started to go out. Just as
they got outside the saloon the two
boys fired at iheni. The first ball struck
Scotten in the neck on the left sidet just
missing the jugular vein, and passing
through, struck the spiral column at
the junction, ,of the cervical with the
dotJST vertebra, thereby inflicting a
dangerous wound and injuring the spi
nal cord so that he is entirely paralyzed
below the wound. Mr. Itayner receiv
ed a flesh wound, the . ball entering
about the knee an& passing out about
six inches lower down. ,Aftef he re
ceived the wound he shot at pdrfoot,
and it is supposed the ball took effect.
Mr. Rayner then aroused the commu
nity; but too late; the boys had escaped.
A messenger was sent to this city ft r
Dr. Gabbert and Marshal Ilollister,
Who went over early yesterday morning.
As we go to press only one arrest has
been made. The party arrested, al
though he did not do the shooting, is
parteceps criminis by being with the
others. Caldwell Journal.
Lieutenant Greelj'a Beport.
Washington, August 14. The fol
lowing is Lieutenant Greely's official
report of the execution of Private
Portsmouth, N. H. August li).
To the Adjutant Geu el 6f the "United
States Jfavy.'through.the Chief Signal
Officer of the United States Xavy:
Sir: I have the honor to report that
on June 6, 1884, at Camp Clay, near
Cpe Sabin, Grinnell land, it became
necessary for me to order the rrilitarv
execution of Private Charles U llytiry,"
of the fifth cavalry for continued thiev
ing. The order was given in writing on
my individual responsibility, being
deemed absolutely essential for the
safty of the surviving members of the
expedition. Ten had already died of
starvation and two more laying at the
point of death.
ihe i acts inducing my action were
as follows: Provisions had been stolen
in November. 1883. and Henrv's com
plcity therein was more than suspected.
March 21, 1884, the party nearly perish
ed from asphyxia. WThile several men
were unconscious and efforts were be
ing made for their restoration. Private
Henry stole about two pounds of bacon
from the mess stores. Not only was he
seen by the Esquimau, Jans Edwards,
but his stomach being overloaded he
threw up the indigested bacon. An
open investigation was held and every
member of ,the party declared birii
guilty of this and other thefts. A clamor
for his life was raised but was repressed
6$ tre, I put him under survilance until
our strength reriere his physical sejrv;
ices indispensibte. Later one day he was
found intoxicated,' havfng stolen the
liquor on hand for general issue. A sec
uiue ins uie was aemanaeu out.
again spared hirrt.
On June s; the thfof provisions on
bii part havirig'.been reported to me, I
had, a conversation with him, ia which
I appealed to his practical sense, point
ing out what was necessary to our pres
ervation, lie promised entire rerorma-
tiori. but distrusting him, I issued a
written order that he be shot if detected
On Jure 6,' he not only stole part of
the shrimps for our breakfast, but tyis-
ited, unauthorized,' our winter camp
stole a certain seal skin reserved lor
food. I then ordered him shot. In his
bag was found a large quantity, of seal
skin and a pair of seal skin bYots stolen
a lew days beiore rom tne umier. sus
pecting cotripfTci'ty on the part of sever
al I order&I his execnliou by the three
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most reuaioie men. ier. ins ueatu
an order was read Jo the entire partf
arid.concurrtfd iu bv . every member as
being not only justj .but essentlai t' our
safety. To avoid public scandil I or
dered that no man should sjfeak of this
matter UieomciarrerNbr was made of
the facts.'. 1 have the honor to request
that i court of inquiry be ordered or a
court martial convened, should the hon
erable recretary of war deem either ad
visable in this case. I . have thought it
best hot to ask written statements of
THE BARBER COUNTY INDEX,
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nxltad At the -oumy at, and la tho otftclaj paf
tpe Liva 8took uviuauyitt -.ho, Houthwnat.
number a moo its ratrtr.a .nirrry raftuaman
of Importanca in this amotion oi thn trnttlna s
cUatriut: It roachra nrorly vry cowrtutop iu
thl arrtioc MT WajAtAtn nnd thr Iodran Trrrl
tory auutb of hcrc ana baa a eplrndid rtn.ula .
tton anions tho alockiann tf the Eaat-irnautra
AJPVertiinA-mrtdlum M. baa no auparlora ,
ad fc: HuaU wm Wrrtern -x-rlodii-nla. i
Politically, tho Iidex lo Dotnovmttc.and will
ror bo found advocaUojr tho principle Uil
down by Jrffewon. . . ,. f( , , , ,'
lUmJumua lllat;ll ilmns contr.ih. rhnica
ondactloct fnnlly rrnV.ia? mntter. and notainir
to offund tho moat f mttidltfuoi
Ihe surviving members of the par!y fcr
appendices of this report, lest I might
3eem tb be tanioerin- with them, f
h.ae not asked since our rescue, Juno
iHiMhiif t'iolf- aT? n S in a AA4ttAin I .J
i :n- :ui .i nl . .
my action. lift 7, -haowedor not; leaviu
or not; leaviujj
action, if deem
uch questions to ycur act
I naturally regret that circumstances
imposed such !ai terrible responsibiliti
uptj'tf pe but I am ponsclous I shouht
have failed in my.dutj; td . IWs rest of;
the party had I riot acted p'tomtly
ISIgned. A. WJ CtREELY.
First Lieut. Fifth cavalry,
. A. S. O. and ass't com'd'r of
L. F. B. expedition.
How Balr rfttrdo I. xa 2:09 S-4.
Spirit of tho Time.
language, as he kindly gave
thoughts. - .
''did you exTect to beat the record?".
"ltitrGy: .Of course,.! tttd not know,
her exact conditfbi, arid it , was sort of
experimental effort.' ff( she showed me
she was at herself,, I( bjiten'ded, aend,
send her as I did;' if not, I would give
her a good stiff mile, hoping for a bet
ter track Monday, when we would le
herdoherbest.7 , , .
"Theiij-oU rJthi not consider ilie track
in its best condition to-dayl'! . .
"How could it be- after the heavy,
rains during the wtek?, it was fairly
good; but as you leave the judges stand
it cupped out, and bej-orid. the lower
turn I lorind,i,tthj'3$
"Now, as to our movements after I
got on the sulky. You saw I jogged
her the reverse way of the track, and
opened her up from the quarter jjole,'
as sue moved past tne grand stand 1
saw she was a great maije,' and I said to
myself," -"you are yourself to-day. TheitJ
jogged .her, tq tti fc'jid.of the stretch,
and turned her slowly round, as her
custom is when about to do a great
mile. She stood t rhoment or twt?f" jtricf
walked.' sav fiffv vafcis.' aril then she
started up of. fi'er. own .accord, and
seemed to say "now let me go, I see.
all the people, I will show them so'ething"
they never saw before.' It does ap-.
ar as if a public day and big crowd
stirred her up to do or .die,, fcr fle just
did break loose herself, t did not mean
to give her 3uch a long score, but w-lie:i,
she vras so willing I hated to bother
her, so away we went on the first score.'.
As we passed tho wire she was going;
just about right: I coaxed her. back a.
little, and npjted at tie quarter we were
going at, the rate $(, ?sU; fast enough.'
I chirped to her once just after we left
the quart r,"S I tie iredtogctto the half
in i got mere in lsoit., Along tho
backstrctch I met Hays with Catchflyt'
and halted him with a 'How do you
ie that movtxmnt?' for we were sai(-
ng. He seemed astonished; and after
ward told" th boys I wes toeing easy, t
aimed to leacli . tho three-quarter
pole in 1:30, and then we would havo
S3 1 yeconds to come home in. She en
tered the homestretch very resolute.'
and at the band stand spurred,,' .but did
not carry it quite to the wire; then t
tippi'd her lightly with the whip, ami
asked her for one more effort. Sh
finished without lifting, shaking, or
swerving, and I stopped my watch un
der the wire in 2,001. Here it is; I'v
not started it since. That's ah."
"But let us discuss it a little," I saidi
'Did she appear distressed after tho
"Not a bit. Bill Weeks walked down
with me after Grant led her to the stall,'
and in a few minutes she had blown
out. Weeks lifted the blanket and sa'ul
he neyer safir anything like it. Hfl
offered me $100 to let him rj'dj' fy,?r Just
one mile, and said he. would bet ijhq
could do it in 2:0 "i. She is capital un
der saddle. I rode her all one winter.
In fact, She is good anywhere. This
horse does not live that can outpole her.'
She is just as good there as singly."
Sterling Butetri, (IverV, ): .'j'he.'dieep'H
head that professes to edit.tho TojteKa
Capital is doing rriore harm,; to. the re
publican party oy ins wiiu raying uia"
a dozen Glick's. This long haired cuss
recently . bleated that no republican
sr?iter put in the field by the state cen
tral committee . should talk alut tie
re-submissiori of the prohibition amend
ment,' arid that if any repqbncah de
s'.red to talk on that question at public
meetings, the only place for him to do
s was under the auspices of the demo
cratic party. . Hudsorii8 a inember of
tWa atofo roU"f ' rVr'tnT'ia vck !TifVA
and this fact leads some peopl to 10,0k
upon his words as by authority;, pf the
committee. We know he has no such
backing and that his. wild-eyed" ideas
&ik rfjs own and".not countenanced bf
any authority in the party. ;
Atchison Globe: All of the republi
can papers which.epposed' St, fi)Vn.for
governor two years ago are,. opposing
Martin now, and from inquirje..mado
wjitha-viewof learning the. fac(s, we
aire led to believe that thtj feeling with
reference to the repubftciui tofryriie in
1S84 is fully ;as unfayofable aU was iu
1882, .when the republican nominee was
defeated for, governor by about 9,000
majority,',, .Tiese inqu'bfjes were not
made of democrats anti-prohibitionists,
but (pf gentlemen of every shade'
of political opinion, and they all tell,
the same story of dissatisfaction over
the prohibitory (plank in the republican
platform. Of course this will fce re
garded as "ruck and rot" in the Cham
pion office, but is nevertheless the re
suit pf careful, honest arid patient in
quiry, and in our opinion John A.'Mar
U'ri will be defeated for governor unless)
there is a marked change in his favor
before the election.".--
On the 23d of August Henry Durst
will receive sealed bids pr the erection
of twp store ityriis, frame buVdirigs
at Lake City'.'4 PTats arid specificatonV
can b'e seeri at his place.' The rlgtia
reserved to reject any and all bids. 1 1
S.adi?e, Phovcl.v rakea, poat-holr dlrp-r('
bOA", ftnloif tooU) of every kind in 'frat yorir
ty atrirpprrt A tont-'a. ' FW
,x AfX 4:30 o'clock sf-e' was ready for th'tj
word; and the sttay ot, tije, matclUess
performance is' best ,tqd in Bair's own