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Eight lines of solid Snnpanil make one aqnarc All Iractlooeofhalra square and over, are counted aa a full "Ad'rUaemJ&ta requiring to he tlrf . T",1" charged the j or caWyfng. in addiUon to the regular "xransinul adTerUacmenta mut I paid fr Invariably In lyJOB WORK of all kind, done short notice, aa lowas the times win a.lmit- AU Job Work muatbepaid for when taken from the office. - ABKirra. 8. II. rETTEJfGILL 4. CO, 07 Park Cow, ami , GEOBGEF. HOWELL CO, 40 Park How. art our only authorized Advertising Amenta In ew York. RHUTOCUi a Brora, St. Loais. (Took, Comas a Co, Chicago, v BONipnAif corirrr bibectobt. Judge 2d Judicial District I'. I. Humuui. Coostr CoraraL-loDcrs-JoHN L. limn. Wan Stexue, Jomtia iushou-h. Sheriff rUaiuu. MaurnjHX. Treasurer KoutKT Tbact. County Clerk Cbabuui BarrzLTC District Clerk Fun Know. County Attorney Joel Holt. mbate Judge Jons C GnmiO'c. Register of Deed Drarat Mclvroan. School Superintendent D. W. Daowx. Coroner L. T. HOLUSIi. Surveyor Hicket Wiuric. SOCIETY DIRECTOItl'. I. O. 0. T. Tt-ttixv I'mrm uiimF. Xn c I. o.of n V niMl, at 11,1,1 Vellnwa HaU. accord atory of Tan lluskirk's Building. Main Street. every Sat urdar evenine. at 8 o'rli k. Iimthrra in end standing are corttally Invited lo visit the L. slge.& rErjKV. X. O. (iKOKRK W. Pig. R. 8. HIGHLAND LODGE, No. 67. L O. a P, meet, every Saturday night. In the room over Myers i I lose. Irnrg Store. Highland Kansas. F. M. t'NKEFEtt, Jf. G. A. P. Umkfick. K. 8. a A. F. & A. M. VV WHITE CLOnD LODGE. Jfo.78. A. F. A. r 1L, meeu at their Hall, thlnl atory or Weels' Ituildue. on the Lrvee. on Wednesday night, on or before the FulTalouo, in each month, and every two weeks there irter. K. M. WILLIAMS, W. M. C vf.SHvi,Sec,y. . SUITIITON LODOE, No. 1. A. F. ai A. M, mecta at their Hall, In Highland, on Fridav nicht on or before the Full Min, and every two weeka thereafter. Vlnitins Urethral are cordially lnvitnl. T. J. VAXDEKSL1CE, AV. M. "Y. TsarnT, Sec. Atchiaaa aael Xebrawka Railway. Tine TabU Xo. 12, tmtiitj efftt DrcevUr 6, ld72. DALLV, EXCEPT SUNDAYS. t uoixa Noimi. FalUCilxAt. FrtigU. HtUJKz. AUhlann, 3.33p.m. iJ0a.m 3.43p.m. ltoniphan, 4- " 9.04 - 3 06 " JlrenSerT " " J I Troy Junction, a5:13 " alttOO - 3.40 " di.-23 - dlOlM " Fannin;. iiO - 10JI - 4.03 " Hlghbuid Station. G.-00 - 1H " " " Iowa Point. fc!l3 - 11:40 - 43) " L White Cloud, aC-JO - allja - 4.4j d7.10 " dl2JL i. m. ' Jtulo, 7:40 - 2.00 " 3.10 ' . FallaCitv. 0:10 " 136 iW " Humboldt. 4JU " OJ " . Table Kock. iM .. JgJ . Tecumwh, 7.W - r.M " Lincoln, HJ0n.m 10.-ip.m. Goin aoLTn. llail t Ex. rrcioM. FaJU Cttji Jc. Lincoln, 7:00 a. m. 4.00 a. m. Tecumeh. IfclO - S.23 , Table K.ck, J0 " 9JJ " ' Humboldt. io.13 - 1045 " . FalUCity. 11:13 - 1330p.m. GO0a.ni. Hula 11.40 - SM " 7.HU - -White Cloud, BlU3n.u. a;, ",r- .. Iowa Point. lisa - 3J3 " " ynmn&dSUUUn- 'SS -" t " & - Troy Junction, UI - jl - .JJ .; Jtrenner. 1J3 " 3J2 - 10J6 - Uoninhan, 1.32 - 0.03 - ll:W Atchiaon, 3:10 p.m. 6.40 p. BL 11:40 a.m. vwVfu'iJiirN.'fiiwt mornln!?. aald one of our abop-keepera to a enntomer who came in early on New Year'amornlns- " Well, thla U a new yrar, and we won't hare to write 1873 any more." - I'm darned glad of It," replied the enatomrr. -Why ao 1 aaked the nhop-keeprr. MBecauaef'" aaid the other, MI nc er could make a decen figure 31" Said a loafer In a srocery, blowinfi a rloud of amnke Imm hU mouth ! "Thla Winter rrnilnda me of the one when the war commenced." "In what reapect I" aked the tnMy-mlxrr. "Why, I waa aittlng by a atove, that Wlrter, amnking a cigar!" Gnat BralaelUa la Price, al the New Yark Star, Tray, Kaaeaa. In order to make room fVmy Spring atock, I will aril my Winter Gooda, roualntlng of all klnda of Canlim-m, ITanurla, Ratlnatta, nimila. Nuliiaa, Scarfa, none. Heady Ma.le Clothing, nata, Car, and aeorea of other artlclra numeroua to mention, at greatly reduced pricea nntil 3Iarch lat, IST3. I will alao Uke Corn In eichange for gooda. Thla la no humbug, come and aatUfyonraelf. janOwS " SILVERMAN, Fnrietor. Diatrict Court adjourned on Satnrday. Jndge nnb- bard haa prorea hiaMelf a moat attentive and laboriona of. Deer. He Iaalwaya promptly on- hand, and worka early and late, aa long aa there la work to do. During the four weeka of the term Juat claard, he haa cleared npa Urge nmount of boaineu. HU declalon. we jireaume. aTe al waya aatifactory to one party, and dUtaatrful to the oth er : but we haveaheerreJ that the Supreme Court haa Rrn raly aaataiBed him. - Another change haa been made la the running time of the Atchiaon and Nebraaka Ranraad. The freight trains and lh mall train going north rna about the aame aa heretofore, or within a few mlnnteaof the timet bnt the mau train git9g aouin paaaea nown in me evening, reaching the Junction aVomt 8 o'clock. The PaTla City A c commodatlon train ia atlTl abandoned. TJntiltt la reams ed, people north of here cannot visit AtcUaoa m Troy aad re turn the aame day. The Wolf hunt came oft according to arrangementa. Mdlaated for three daj-e, The reeolt waa four wolvea. There would have beta more VMed but the weather waa stormy and the tracks tilled np almost aa soon aa they were made. The big gray wolf waa started np on the nrst day. rmt night coming on, he made Ua eerape. Thefcwntera re port a good many wolvea In thenelghborhond. rsXTABTxa ro Tn HavlKT. The farmera are In good apirita over the prospect of a large wheat crop, neit Sum mer. Tracy i Parker, ef the Banner MWa. hi anticipation f the name thing, are building an addition to their milk and putting in two more mn of atones. They alwaya want to be np with tba times. A Mist Jnn M. Ege writes ns that be Is not .tea.. Well take hla word for it. and apologia to everybody con. remed. We apnlogrte to him. and to CoL Ege. and to the undertaker, and to the newspapers who copied our item. " and to the fellow who fooled na. Several persona living np in the vicinity of the Iowa UervstVm.bsve recently been to Leavenworth, under . c -.m.. .MiVr to Indiana. Friend TJchtfont haa been 'laying" for them a good while, and is determined to break np that business. The naiul trouble about scarcity of lee. dnrlngthe nottrat of the dog-days, ahould lie avoided nrxtSmnmer. There la lee for anybody who win put ' P- "fl ' There never waa better Ice In this connrry-two feet thick, pore blue, and hard aa Hint, T)eer have been numeroua In our County, since the enow. One was shot In tht. vicinity, the other day: and another waa shot near Highland, several days ar". A number have been killed in the Missouri Bottom timber, opposite Whlto Cloud. The new County officers entered upon their dntles. this week. Judge Gordon, after eight years in the Prolate office, yields it up to Robert Wilkinson ; and Dick Johnson invades the County Attorney'a office. The new Democratic County Attorney waa around town, on Tuesday" hunting some Republican to go on his bond, ne said there were no Demorrata In the County who were responsible, jfeal reterson and WincbestefBrll are keeping the "wax warm" at the Boot and Shoe Store of a G. Bridges. They are having pi enty of work, and are aa busy aa "bees." CoL Tom Moonlight was In town, on Tuesday. Won- aarhowheia auccecdin; in organizing an Anti-romcroy phalanx I ateal Xetase Traaafm, fat Beeeaaaar. WaaXaXTSX. ILN.SeaveraBdwlfeto Adam Heater and others, north half cf Lot S, In north-east quarter of section of 33 and north-west quarter of section 98, township 2. range 1, 173. Albert Perry and wife to Erastna Perry, north half of north-west quarter section 3L, township . range 19, tCOO. Adam Brenner and wife to Nancy Hanson. Lots II and 13, Block 333, Doniphan Extension, (I. Ozias Bailey to E-R. Wood, Lot 10. Block 103. Highland, 30. John P. Johnson and wife to Adam Heater, Lot II. Block 70, Highland. 130. Charita W.Johnson and wife to Anna Carter, part of sections 31 and 32, township X range S3, (3.400, William Wallie and wife to John D. Uier, Lot 1, Block 10, Wathena, 30O. IU-ubm SmaU and wife to James F. Beanchamp. S7 aerea of north-west quarter section 30, township 3, range 30,8X0. Reuben SmaU and wife to Addison Beauchamp, 37 acres of north-east qnarter section 30, township 3, range 30, eTCO. David M. Smith and wife and Asenath I'ane to William 11. Goldslwrongu-tthe nndividrd half of south-east qnartiT section 34. b wnship 4, range 21. f 1,330. Cyrus Lrland. Sr. and wife to Andrew J. Gisldin. part of west half of Bl'srk 39. Troy, (100. neiraofj. and C. Foteet to John V. Johnson, the nndi Tided half of aouth-wrst qnarter section , township 3, range 30, 130. V. a Nutting and wife to Highland University. Lots 1 and 3, Block M, Highland. H.UX). AugustnsSchidz and wife to Joanna Hauke, north-east quarter of aoutli-west quarter section 3j, township 4, range 30.373. Sarah Smith and hnsband to William C. Searcy, south east quarter of north-oast quarter section 26, township 3, range 31, (1332. J.S. Ltmg and wife to Lcandrr Hills, Lot 11, Block 70, Highland. (100. Usui Nelson to Gusta Simon, 106 acres of east prt of aoutb-east qnarter section 13, township 3. range 'JO, (1. Allen D. Smith and wife to Luring A. Mrssriigrr, Lot 13, Block 59, Doniphan, (110. W. H. Leonard and wife to Alistes Lcfttard. Liits 13 and 16, Block 33, East Tn.y. tX. Nancy Parker to Joseph Anderson, Lsts 1, s, 3, 4, Block 110, Highland, 1100. " A. C. Mills and wife to Benjamin B. Brackrnbury, Lot 4, Block 71, White Cloud. (230. White Cloud CltyComiiany to John H. Utt. BhickslS and 19, In White Cloud, and 36 acres uf south-west quarter section 9, township 1, range 13, adjoining White Cloud, (363.73. White Chind City Company to John 1L Utt. Lota 11 and 13, Block 33. and all or lilok 373, in White Cloud, (IK. White Cloud City OlnpalM, to John II. Utt, Lot 7, Block 47. White Cloud. (10. White Cloud City Company to John II. Utt, Lots 1 and 3, Blek 34, White Cluud. (30. Adam Brenner and wire to Lewi M. Kcrtor, east half of Lota 7, r-,9, 10, II, 13. Blk 373. Doniphan Extension, (33. Lydia Smith and Srabray N. Smitli. by Guardians, to William H. Geldsborough, the undivMeil hslfof north west qnarter section 34, tiwusbip 4, range 31, (100. JameaS. Easley and wife to Bolivar Berler, one-third In terest In emth west qturtor section 1, townihip 1, range 10,(300. Andrew J. Haddix and wife to James King, aonth-west quarter of north-east quarter section 7, township 3, range 22,(400. David Hiqn-na and wife to MolUe M. Shaw, west half of aonth-west quarter section 16, township 4, range 30, 3,000. F. C. Shaw and wife to Mary nopens, east half of south west quarter section 16, township 4, range 20, (3.300. Samuel Enswortb to William P. Thomas, south-west quarter of north west quarter section 3, township 3, range 30.83)0. Edmund Hrrring to nenry Herring, north-east qnarter uf north-went quartersrctlon 33. township 3, range 20, (300. Maggie E. awl Robert Wilson to E. W. Stratton, north west quarter of north-west quarter section 33, township 4, range 21, (320. Adam Brenner and wife to Sarah M. Philhrick. Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 1 1, 13, lilock 310, Doniphan Extension, (100. J. a Pirrce and wife to Alanson B. Campbell, Lot 3, Block 70, White CToniL f33. Bartidila and Louis Lamlsiy to Mshala Cline, Lota 8, 9, 10, II, 13, 13, 14, IS, Block 83, Pslermo, (330. Wale White and ife to Allen B. Smith, Lot, 13, Block 59, Doniphan. (130. Doniphan County to P. S. Soper, Lot 8, 9, 10, Block 39, and Lot one. Block 3, Troy. (43. White Cloud City Coiujany toFonnUin Kelly. Block 333, White Cloud. (30, Moses Brunrr and wife to James MitchrU, Lot 1. Block 96, Highland, (300. girr-TLslM. . Ozias Bailey to John II. Utt, part of northeast quarter section 16, township 1, range 19, adjoining White Cloud, (200. y. William Fsirall and wife to John IL Utt. Lot 6, Block 33, White Cloud. (1. , White Cloud City Company to Jerenitah Reams, Lot 1, Block 92, White Cloud, (IS. Heirs of II. W. Rice to D. D. Green, Lots 3 and 6, Block 41, Doniphan. tK. Samuel Helmes to P. S. Soprr and, D. S. Sergeant, east half of west half of south-east quarter section 31, township 2, range 31. (33. Hrirs of Francis K. Armstrong to Francis K. Armstrong, north half of north-east quarter section 3, township 3, range 19, (10. Sarah K. llsrtin and James E. Martin to F. K. Arm strong, ssme as above, (100. Mary A. Armstrong to F. K. Armstrong, name as above, (L A. Disqne and wife to Jamea W. Montgomery, Lota 16, 17, IS, Bloik 53. Elmml. (73. William Ellis and wife to Charles R. Jours, Lots 23 and 34, Block 1G6, Elaissl. (100. W. D. Rlpix-y to Sarah Abliott and A. Hamilton, south half of north-east quarter avrtion 27, township 3, range 31; (1. Tlmmas Bradley and wife to Adilla Nelson, Lot I, Block 336. White Clond. fGO. WUIiam II. High and wife to Patrick Glcason, Lota 1 and 3, Blis-k 133, Elwiol, (30, Jamea F. Foreman and wife to Loring A. Messenger, Lot 14, Block 59, Doniphan, (10. Richanl Herr and w ife to John Young, undivided half of cast half of north-east quarter section 17, townships, range 19, (100. John Young and wife to Richard Herr. undivided lialf of west half of north-east quartsr section 17, townihip 2, jauge 19, (109. OFFICIAL MEIW. William Usher ami Jiarphine A.ltsber, by Sheriff, to narvey G. Hewius, north-east quarter section 7, township 4, range 22, (1.010. Prolate Judge to Nathan Price, part of Geary City. Daniel Wilson and others, by Sheriff, to E. W. Peterson, east half of south-east quarter section 21, township 2, range 21, (43.33. Fredrick a Werner, by Sheriff, to E. W. Stratton, south west quarter section 21, township 4. range 32. (134. Ta Ike Laalew af While dead. Those wishing Millinery Goods, will do well to rail on Mrs. Delaware and Mrs. Davis, aa they are offering their large stock of goods at cost from now until the first of February. Hata for fifty centa apiece. JanS. Wolvea are more numeroua In thla country, the present Winter, than ever before known. Wherever there la a dump of timber, there are wolvea about Fanners complain that their young pigs are being destroyed by tbem. Some fanners claim that they have lost aa high aa fifty pigs by the wolvea. s We nsderatand that old Uncle Johnny" didn't ex hibit and flourish last week's Ckief about White Clond, aa be did a certain copy of the LeavrnaWth Xfmra. last Fall. We feel slighted. We want our paper treated aa wen aa othera, when It eontaine something rich and racy. "A heavy snow has covered the ground, for a week past It Is the beat elelgbinc Kanaaa haa seen for twelve years, and yrt there la scarcely any of It Thehorsesan have the epizootic Bridges has sold out hla stoek ot Wood, and now wants all he can get on accounta. or for Boota ami Shoes. If yon owe him anything, caul and pay np. It yon expect anv further credit "4. On Friday, the 10 per cent penalty on unpaid taxea takes effect In consequence, the Treasurer's office is Jammed and crowded with tax payers, day and night Wehavereceiied from the Atchiaon Champion of- fire, a copyof their liandsomrlvgottm New Year's Address. It is a fine speremen of printing. Bridges is selling Roots and Shoes lower than ever. lower than anybody can sell for money. If yon don't believe it call In with yonr money. The County Board waa In session three days thla week. The principal business consisted of road mattere and allowing account. Sheriff Miinill.i-n, Dr. Lelnc and Jim Krvil'e uprnt Tn-w.ljT hunting and lietween them, treed and kill ed a 'ptMimm. 5 A Striktas eriilenreof the hijrh wteem In vhtrh the Charter Oak Store are held, b the immrnne namber of them that are annnally aaM 2.110 In 171 ! Bny yonr TaintH already mixed. Shepherd kecpn the Enamel Taint, ready fir immediate use, thn wriae time and labor In mixing, leiide beln; cheaper, and will cover more nrfaee with name body and leas labor than any other Paint known. Fara.-. for Kale. Ihinean Mclntotvh, an Agent, haa two of the fineat hn prored rarma in Doniphan Connty for aale. i-rplSti. For the small nru of fire cvuta, you can buy a cigar of Shepherd aagnnd m kny ct-ar aold for ten centa any. where else In town kct. - l:otic Wiailcw She le, at SVl"-'- Mixxd Crv The Lawrence Jtmntml ban the foBewtng. We think the article eonecrns resident of thla County, aa all the eircmnstAncea fit the case exactly. In every materi al point: There Is a family In this city which la believed to be the worst mixed np organization now In existence. And this Is bow it happened: The father sepsrstrd from his wife several years ago in an Eastern State, and came to Kansas. The wife followed her ex hnaband here and settled down near htm. The son of this couple parted from his wife, end the latter Irft with the child born of this marriage. She aubseqnently married again, and the second husband died, leaving her a widow. Not long since the old man married this lady this son'a former wife) and brought her home, with her child hereinbefore mentioned. Aa the matter now atands. the old gentleman la now ate p-father to hla grandson; the son'a former wife is bis step-lirother, and the old man'awlfels his dsnghter-in law, and and but the thing is getting so tangled that we ahan hare to give it up tiU we get time to figure on it- Large etock of Dime Novels and Sung Books just receired at Shepherd'e newa depot. "HOW TO GO EAT." By Ike Kaaaae City, nt. Jaak aasT Barliaaj. aa Raatr. e "Though last not least," is an adage as true aa it Isold. slid its truth is again exemplified by tlie comfilrtinn of the New Line to the Eat. via Creston and Burlington, which, though the last, may lw called the best rimU In the West. The Line cousists of the Kansas City. Saint Joseph and Council Bluffs R. IL, with tiro daily trains from Kanaaa City, through Leavenworth, Atchison and St. Joseph, to the MIssonri State Line, there connecting with the Burlington Route, whirh leads direct to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianap olis. Logansport and Columbus through cars are bidng ran to all these points. This Line Is well built, thoroughly eqnlpped with every modern improvement, including1 Punmsn's Sleeping and Dining Cars, and nowhere else can the passenger so com. ph-tely depend on a speedy, safe and oanfortable Journey. The Burlington Route has admirably answered the query. "How to go Esst." by the publication of an Interesting and truthful document, containing a valuable and correct Map, which can be obtained free of charge, by addressing Gene eral Passenger Agent U. 4. M. K. It, R, Burlington. Iowa. Large stick of Initial Note Paprr, Just received at Shepherd'e. laternliac la Pa rawer. The citizens of the County, who propose planting orch ards, wriU find it to their advantage to give their patronage to E. Snyder, of the Prairie Nurseries, at Highland, who keeps, perhaps, the largest stork In the State, ami ran fur nish them at aa low rates as the same class of trees ran be purchased at from any of th leading Nurseries of the conn try. Mr. S. has hsd a bsig experience In the business. In this Connty. and has a thorough knowledge of all the vari rtirsadaptrd to this climate. Parties who desl with him, may be assiiml that sll orders will be mini with the variety wanted. He keejts everything o lie found In a first-elass Nursery, and solicits the patrouage of the public Apply to the proprietor, E. SNYDER, Highland Kansas. Or to C. G. Bciiit.ik, Troy, ulyll-tf. Shepherd has Jnst received a large stock of School Books. N. Stxttek & Suiu, 331 Commrrcial street, the leading Dry Goods and Clothing House in Atchison, offer their tremendous stork of goods at greatly reduced prices. Extremely large stock of Woolen goods. Flannels, Blank ets, Casslmeres, Jeana, Ac Handsome new styles Dress Gooda, 25 to SCccn'a per yard. Goisl imported woven Cor sets, 73 cents. Largest and best assorted stock of Men and Boys Clothing. To make room for other gomla, they are closing ont their entire atock of Shoes at and brluw cost. octl7tt Price Raid Soldiers, call on me and git your Scrip cashed. I wiU collect all kinds of Government Claims, 1'rnshos, Biamtira, Ac Agent for Phirnix lire Insurance Company; Justice of the Peace; Notary Public i Real Es tate and Claim Agent. Will be In Troy every Mondav. E. W. STKATTON. Doniphan, Kaa. Go to Shrphrrd'a and settle your account, and get a gutsl cigar. Chapped Hands, face, rough skin, pimples, ring worm, salt rhenm, and other cutaneona afiVetiona cured, and the akin made soft and smooth, by using the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell, naxard i Co, New York. Be certain to get the Juniper Tar Sap, as there are many worthless imitation made with common tar. decSwlS. The purest and Sweetest Coil Liver Oil is Hazard A. CaswrU'a. msde on the ntA shore, from fresh, selected liv era, by Caswell. Hazard A: Ca, New York. It is alnolute ly pure and sweet. Patients who have once taken It pre fer it to all others. Physicians hate derided It sujieriflrto any of the other oils In msrkrt. dec3wI2. Fine Japan Tea at Shepherd's try it. Maucrark Gliiix. Interesting work, nnmerons engra vings, 334 page. Price 50 cents. Address Dr. BntU' Dis pensary, 12 North Eighth Street, St, Louis, Mo. See ad. vcrtisrinrnt. iOfebly. Ms. WiirrroMh'a Starr. The groat soothing remedy. Price only S3 cents. Gives rest to the mother and health to the child. Sold by Druggists. Sue Advertisement 29fUly. Fine Cigars at Shepherd 'a. isasi as T. LOUIS MARKET. St. Louis, Jsnuary 7. Flonr Finn lint qnirt Wheat Quiet, unchanged and demand light No. 4 rod fall. (I 50 1 53, No. 3. (1 70. Corn Firm. No. 3 mlied, 33c: No2twhlte 36c Oats In demand and firm. No. 3 mixed, 37337ic Bsrlev Verv quit t but sellers firm. Rre-.IVslcrs apart aa to price and nothing done. Drv Salt Meat Qniet bnt holders firm. City shoulders, 4c: clear rib. 6c; dear sides, 6Jc; clerrih, bujrr February and March. 6c Baron Nominal, Packed shoulders, 6331c; clear rib, 7JS7Jc: clear aides.ee Ijird Firm bnt quiet l"rime steam. 7e. Cattle DulL Fair to primer (3 00o3 O0-, choice, (3 503 G00. Hogs Active and higher, quality generally poor. Range (3 C0S3 90, mostly at (3 73a3 80. Recripts, 6,300. CHICACO MARKET. Cnicaco, January 7, Wheat Fair demand, lower and nnsettled. No. 1 spring. (124; No. 2, (121 spot (1231 February: No.3, 11 03)31 071. Corn Dnll and aahade lower. No.3 mixed, OOjaXJc spot, 31tr31ic February. (bits-Steady. No.fi. 2J32IC Barley In Fair demand and higher. No. 3 fall, GGJ3G71. Pork Steady at (II GO spot (12 00 March. Lard-Stead j at (7 10 37 IS j spot Green Hams Good demand. Bulk Meats Firm, shoulders. 3ej loose, 4c; packed clear aides. 61c: abort rib, 31c, louse. Cattle Keceipta. 1,300. Fairlv active. Good to choice altera, (S30SS7S; stackers. (3553365. Hogs Receipts estimated st 33.100. Moderately active during the forenoon atadreline of 10313c: range (3 733 400,liutundarextraordinarllv heavy receipts the markrt became dnll. with a further decline of 10c Closed weak at (3 6333 90. SPECIAL XOTICES. 0 MARRIAGE. Happy KelleT for 'ToilXur asTen from the effects of Errors and Abuses In early life. Manhood restored. Ner vous debility cured. Impedimenta to marriage removed. New method of treatment New and remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars sent free.Jn sealed envelopes. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth St, Philadelphia, Pa. may 30, 73-ly. 1 T 8 AND 1TAKE ftlrftrar In annntiiitfac to the public, that I m now brttfTthma ex-tr pprp-irra to .mnnfecturc to order rvtry ntvlc and dtrrf ptlon of Boot and Sboro mre or fine, pegged or aewed in the neatest and moat obUnUaI manner. , A variety of Kateni work on hand, for the atxnmmoda tlon of tboMe who prefer it. MaMnj: and repairinff ibw lo order: and th bent article of ready made work unhand at all time. Shop on Main Stiret, ideu of the Wg Bunt, nearly onpn-ite C. W- NVm' Store. TUIUP KLLV. White Ootxt KanMW, Annxt P. IS??. We Give Away $10.00 WORTH to every subscriber to OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND. Tke lasllaa; Faanily Weekly ef America. Large size Eight pages. Original. nEACTIFCLLT ILLC-STKAT-ED. 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Employ We want only Good. Active Agents. either local or canvassing. s we almost give away a valuable outfit and furnish 1 I the best paying agenev in America, otve flIfiilLi I exclusive temlory and the liest tools to aaawaav s vork with, (kir A erntshsvinff immense auceesa. and making from 43 to 915 per day, one Agent took 40 snbscriptiona in one day, others report from 10 to 33 -r day. S.ierimea copies uf paier, full particulars, terms, etc, sent free to sny address. Write at once to Olu I'laEaiPK 1'tltsn. C-Icajo, UL jaa2-w3 FROM OEOKUE P. BO WELL A CO. e3ih?:loy3xe:lvt! "OP THE HEIGHTS OF FAME FORTUNE, and the Koate Takrai by ta Cllana-rr r W caaag Jtrm mf 29f aran" A anlid U-ok of -arp-iD !u- tereat ; 730 Urge pac heantifiilly bound and illustrated, at a lowpricn. A crand book to aell. ApenU wanted. Kor descnpthkO and nM-vt liVrral terma, apply to VAtLKT PmLiHia Co, St. laouia, il. J-nit. 1823. JUBILEE! 187.1. 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It ia pre pareil eipreslv to cure the Piles, and nothing else. Sold by all Druggiata. Price, I1.0O. Jan3w4- iff, mium TO ADVERTISE. SEETHE ADVERTISERS' GAZETTE. By .-Hall, 33 Ceate. CEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 41 Park Raw, ."Jew Tark. janSwt. CITY MEAT MAEKET, Went Side l'Mic Square, near City IIM, TROY, t t I t KAyiHXK. CHARLES BUR KH ALTER REEPS a enUnt auiiply uf afcaM of the choicent unmh i tii-it, and of all kinds hh.h he will -ell aa low aa the timea alinit The ahnn ii upen at all aeaaonahle bonra, and ciitiraerii can alwara hae Jiwi what they call fur. Wanted t bnr, 'fat beef cattle, fur which the highest market price will be paid. Sept. 19. 172. HEST PAfER! 1IEST PREMIUM! NOW IS THE TIME TOSECCRE A 85 PICTURE FREE X BY PATIXO OXLT i30 FOR MOORE'S RURAL NEW-YORKER, THE CHEAT ILLUSTRATED RURAL, LITERARY & FAMILY WEEKLY. 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MechanitnL and Scientific Ikrortwiof the A'irld: DeMeriptioiia. with Dean tlful Engraving of New luTeutiona. Xew Implement, New Pn-reNMeit, and Improreil Industrie of all klndn; Fneful Xitten. Fact, ReclpVri, Rjce-itlona and Advice, by Iractlcal AYritera, for Yotknien and Employer. In all the rarioun Art. DeNcriptiona of Improvrmenta. Dim-ovcrfe and Import, ant worka. pertaining to Civil and Militarr Engineering. Milling. Minins, and Metallnrcy: record of the Lit-t progreiutin AlicntiinNif State, Meam Engineering, ltalb way, ShipdiniMhiz. Xarisatlon. Tel-graphy, Telegraph Engineering. Electricity. MarnctUm. Light and Heat. The Latent Iicnveriea in Photography. ChemMry. Xew and LWful Application of ChemUtry in the Art and In Dnnieatic or IInirho.d Economy. The Isatext Information pertaining to Technology. Micro. wny, Mathematins Atrnn-mr. Geography, Meternlog-, Geology. Zoislogy, Rotany, lltirtlrulture. Agricultnre. Architecture. Rural Economy, Honaehnld Economy, Fluid, Lighting. 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A ppleton'a Joorcai, Frank Leslie s Ladies' Jour nal, Frank leiies Illustrstel Xewiais-r. Itlaekwimd'a Magazine, Westniioster Iriew, or any of the English Quarterlies republished here) will be sent for $5, ye full price being 17- , The Home Journal and lar Toon- Folks for UJ0 1 full rates $fi M- The Home Journal and Littell'a Licin; Age for H SO, fan price. tIL , , SnUeriliers (both obi and new) forming dubs for. The Uouie Journal alone, willrrceire it at tbe rite ft three roities, one year, oroue coiit, three years, for 6 00: aix copies, one year. 110 00. Sinale suliseribtiolis. 3 a year. SuWriptiona will take date immediately, -or at any time the subscribers pnfer. Address the proprietors. iioia:is,piiiLLn,sco. Xo. J Park Place, New Tork. arAaaaaa, A I IOO We hare just bauedStrauss' O I KAUOO WalUrn in T"o Vobssies, price. H each. In boards; 5 each in cloth. The two toI nmes couUla orer Forty Beautiful Waltzes, worth at least Si-JS t FAVORITE SS iS be particular to ask for Peters' Edition of Srraosa' Waltzea aa it la the only correct and complete edition. -AUreas, J.UrETEBS,afiisicPub.aj m a aaaaaan liahcr.SBSBroaaway.Xi-.WW Maaa I aiaaBiafa U MORE afllWSJS? ''jilnv - Have leen old. They have CSiren GREATER SATISFACTION, They have Done MORE & BETTER WORK, Arc More Easily Sold, Paying a Belter Profit to tie Dealer, AND CHEAPER TO USE, THAN ANV COOKING STOVE NOW IN THE MARKET. SOLD I1Y Excelsior laasfatfg Company, SAINT LOUIS. And all Live Stove Dealers, I.IKE xr. "w:. in:ivw, dee. IM. . WHITE CLOUD. KAJfSAK. Tie oily ReMe GUi DistnUatiaa in m Conatrr! TO BE DUTBIBUTED !N L. D. SINE'S l.VJIh ltEOVLAIt JIOXTHLT GIFT ENTERPRISE To ba Drawn Monday, Feb. lTth, 1873. TWO tiat-.VNT CAPITALS OF $5,000 each In Greenbacks! siSHslfireeDliaclffi! 1 Horse & Ba?gr, with SilTsr-mosated Haiaess, worth 8600. One Fine-toned Soscwood Fiasot, worth SSO 0 ! Ten Family Sewing Machines worth 310 0 each ! rfec Cold ll'atriea awl CIuiIhs, leortA $3K eari. fter Hold J mrr lemn UttnUim ttalcltn, trorti $1SS eneli. TrH Ltvllrm' Of Id limiting HnrcJ.es, trorfA t 3 rnrh. tW) !Ud and Ailrcr Leirr Hunting ITateaes (i'n alt) leorta from $3 to 1300 eacA. , Gold Chains, Silver-Ware, Jewelay, Ac, Ac. Vaole aomWr of (lifts, 6.S00. Tickets United ta 60,000. AGB3ITN WAJITUD TO "EI.I. TICKRTM, Ta wham Liberal Preaaiaasa will be paid. Kinul.' 'ricltrt. ll Six Ti'cketa. tJGl Twelve Ticlti'ta, 1I Twenly-Uve TickrtH, i!0. Circulars contslnlns a full list of prizes, a deserintlon o the manner tf drawiuif. and. other information in refereupa to the Distribution, win be sent to any one ordering them. All letters must bo addressed to . , U VPS OFFICE, ! D Mils, E If ax BO, 1J1 W. oih St.. JanZwS. Cincinnau, 0. W. M. MANN, HARNESS And. Saddle Slaop, MAIN' STl:KKT, SOl.TH-WK.ST OF I'l'IILIC NifAKK, TROY, : : : : : KAXSAS. SADDLK AJfl) HAKXESS JTAKEll. msnnlsctnroa sad keens for sale. Harness. Saddles. Ilridlcs. Collsrs. . All kinds of work done nism short notice, and satisfastion guaranteed. oct. 31. W a noon, ron tsus isoxioin TLf",Mi nrrlrstsOisssilsrsHat slarita.UICUI ewrlMla eeBSsdsesaaafstsaUsa' sffisrtal, asw as Lrrsulac9Biskxsui.i.. - TUsUsalsisroHloKSSfaer r. araff, aaa isisij .rmr.wluls.anm.ctaTs1Ucjs4esissls. sualsuasrlos fortssM sr aTls4.srosteaplsw Birrlsts. un.Iltasbesaisslssaepiarfsr bca sss tor, ssa isu caismsir ss ijsysss- smiusBrefrrr-Mee)lbennrCraut ams nr. liu XttousarXi Vs-ia H aapaa tul.nli, ss HotiMtjlasAffietrfi-aUn&rtmta, teftei srolrbt to ls aeleTlsM iissits W sjewussla r.bUs raicra. sr S.UC ssr ssi ttasaU. sersssDr. isunKVaiurVsujeireUasals, srasv asfsw siasissrissllniis, . . . :BitutsatoetatsIssLreasnrera)sn,naa tm aelllsnlU sis tX oa.lis.il a.assslk tost.ainsMsrtlssCsias.t,ljto.aTs. Look to your Children! Tat Greal SmUIsw. aUaaawy. MJU, l Csi ss saeerlalas; la tat SYKIIT. Iaa" antaV I assaissasBsssstisaaslesss. TJSITXaTl;- sU Minai lalliil sv VsttT. Uaaasalsaasaaarav- MRa. CsrssiMsrrsas. Tljiali i IliXUaUtsMksaaste CaaaMbala salt CaSfTa ilasb. nitir. vsiyiani. wWHCraesSra-WStf 2S-ea-aiis?i--r-rii yeSsaasssraaOTlaKsawlaasiajsaas, Feb.2),lBW.-ly. CITY HOTEL, Wtof Side r-mblle Square, TROY, - - - - KANSAS. CE.BSACS, Proprietor. THIS House haa Jus been" tborooihly rsltted and re famisbed. and U syiw; one of the best asd most pleas ant places to stop at In tha West. Table well anpplieil with the beet the market affords ; tha rooms airy and owrToi table, and beds clean. Conn nleiitsSBiple rooms for showtoxl-aods. Livery ana feed stable convenient. Tbe office is In eharjre of Mr. C Allen, who ia well known to the travelling public Wsii. Banner Mills, TRACY & PARKEBf Proprietors, TROV, KANSAS, uxrracrcut Fancy aM Ifi-isn Ms of Rur, And Bolted Corn Meal, Bran aad Ground Feci Constantly aa. Hard, Cash Paid far Wlieat 911& Com.. lljulj-EtyL. j&$jk Ayer's Sarsai)arilla I ailclr tnrt-Tl nn.cot tlim:. t Xtvitcil rt'n: - I:i I'ici iHs-or-L i-rt'ii tiir i Ir ti L- c,'-ra!sEntaaVsriil iiuriliuitliu rJpfi-1.!il. "It lit ikinsi im- icri ii iMr., wiJi a niii- H.intlr srorctii' psmtation. Iwwl on its intrititr virtm-s an 1 itaiul ' its mnarkalMO run . Si nillil as to 1 sill- anl Ix-miuLiI t iliiMn-n. an I tvt m H.-anluii' a lo -:lVctii.l!Iy pitrc rmt Uiu gn-nt ti.Ttii tion of llie bWI, such as tvi i-rof-tt'iiiti an.l "vrilii'i'u: cont.miiiMtion. liiimritiiiorili-c.i-'tIiit li.ii" lurvoi imthu svsti-m f.r ipjr mua jieKI to tlii irctiul ami lute, ami li-.iH.'ar. Il.-nee its non'lcrtiil rnrv, maiiv of vrlitrh arv tmlilicly linr-vn. ul ScrttAtl an I all M-mfiiloiK ili-ea.-f. CIcrrs. Kniptioti. aiil eniptiic iIiortliTof tiit kin. Tlllimw. Uloti'lu-. Itoi's I'iiuiilc-S Husltilt-ss Sores, St. Anthiiny'H Fire, IIomj or l.v 1plin. Trtlcr. Salt ISIk'iiiii, h'l-nlil Ht-.til. KiilTWiinn, ami in-ti-rml L'li-cnitioitsoftlie Uterus Stonncli.nn'l l.tvr. It alo i-itrra o'Iut ro'iniHinl". to whi -li it ivo"M not Fit-tii ojni-it'Iyail.iii'il.-i:rliaIl'!-sr. liiHsiii. Fif.s. Xi'ir!ltri: Heart lilMfi--c. I'Vunlf Wtk iipvs 1'cbility, an I !.fiu'orr!i:n. when tlu'y aru uia:iiu.-!a.ioiis of the rrifii'uii rmfirt'J Iti ;u. rxrrChnt-rj"torrr nf "hi Mi ami strvnit! in jlic Sjirtn;. Ilv rrww in j the apprli'i an I xinr nf llio ili.'i-tivi-orrin. it Hiiji"t.-i tin- .lcprv"i"n an 1 lil!s lanTKr of llie i-iiiii. Kvi-n kIhtv no ili-.tn!iT -tx-ir'. jimiV fi-rlla:trr,an-l ii,r till . tiirc!oaii'it-t ttn IiNioI. T1m; j ''! ".rr cm -til rtni.AC'l iyi; a:..l :i now ivom: 'f ..fe. r.t:r.t?r.n nr D J. C. AYE! & CO.., Lovtell, Ms., J'rielietit nitd AM"l;frtrm! IiixtUts. 5nin nr tii. rinrnc.iT -v;uwi::i:: T.C.SIIIiKVE. Ac-ntVliite Cloud. Vnt. II. SHKrllEitt). Troy. J. A. CAaU'llLLO. A. CO, Severance. Keb..l3rL-ly. HALL'S mtiHit ticjiui HAIR BENEWER. Every year increases tlie pofm- fcirity of tins valuable Hair 1 rep aration, which is due to merit alone. We can assure oar old patrons that it i kept fully up to its lush standard ; and it U the on ly re'iablc and perfected repara ttuu tor rcUoriuc Okay or Faded IIaii: to its youuiful color, making it soil, hutrjiu, and hilLen. The t,calj, liy its me, becomes while and clean. It remove all eruptions ami tlandrtili, and, by its tonic proper ties, prevents the hair from Killing ;it, aj it stimulates and nourishes1 the h:iir-j;!.md-. By its use, the h.iir crows thicker and stronger. In baldness, it restores the cajil!ary glands to their normal vigor, and will create :i new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most economical JIaiu-Duus.sixo ever used, as it rcipiircs fewer .ijiplic.i tious and sihet tLe.Iuiir ilendid, p!,i apt'euwiee. A. A. Hayes, 3I.!)t State Aaycr of Iasachu-ec'.t-, say, Tlic" constituents arc P"re, and osref illy fclecteil fir ex cellent quality; and I consider it the Ilc-iT Pkkpa ration for its intc'itlei! purpocs., 5vw ej at! liryit'nn I flAinira i JcaTiciaCff. rriro Oco Dollar. Euciinsliam's Ejd. ron THK WUISKEBS. A our Ifencver in many cases raTiires loo long a time, and too m v care, to restore gray or Ctdejl Vliiakc-s we have prepared this (I.e. in out iri-itratiim, which will ipickly ami effectually accompll-h tt.is result. It is easily applied, sad produces a color which will iiither rub nor wah off. Sold by all Drrcgists. Price Fifty Cents. hUr.'jkiurrd by R. P. HALL & CO., KVSlTtTA. NJI. T. a SIUtKVK. A rent. White Cliaid WM. M. .SHKl'HKUll. Trov. J. A. CAMl'llKLL A CO, Severance. Feb..lS19--ly. JOHN FRANK KOTSCH, sui'Fimm or axd vuui ra Boots & Shoes, Sign mftke nig Jlsac, He' sjVMte Squarr, TROY. KANSAS, BTH tirewsTwi to make Hoots snd Shoes to order. In the best 3. style. His loo experience in tbe business, together wiio we laei inai ne ia an erceiienx juop. m mom hu other abormaker'a stock, enalde him to da nrst-class work, and ae none bnt tha best material. lejulyTrrl. O. GLAMAN, MAXCrACTDREK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, Soatkmt Center iwWie Square TROY, KAN8A8. WORE done" in the heat style, and waraitaad. We make the celebrate "ifteraoa k. (sasan BaoKT Bepajrinc done with protnptneaa aad despatch. IIJulyTryl. J. r. witaox. w. c. bDcihiud WILSON & M0REHEAD, GESBEAL DEaLXBS IX Dry Groods, Clothing. NOTIONS, QUEENSW ARE, JtadaUkladaaf Fancy and Staple Groceries, iy 0 Grrca Front, aoafhwrat Comer PaMIc Kqamrr. l TBOY, IZJSJSSASi. BV Yl.VG oar Gends fmra first riaads. la Eastern saar keta, we caa aod win sell as cheap aa aay hnnaa-ki lb, dtj. Iljnlxayl. HENRY KAUTS, aaxcracrcuB or BUGGIES, CARRIAGES AKD Ifrtb of Fabswc;8tBiare "TROY, ICAJX&JLti.. Sessiriaz sad raiatinj done with aeataesa aad dispatch. apdaUworkwsrraBted. lljolrttjl. ' terTEE-UEADS- WLHIEAIW, EXVZLOPBS. MUKTULT STATE1IEXT BUIKKS. and all aaea work; $ili ta Tt-a be-.-r.W t U- Cktf akVav. Al "5!T" ' Jfl . 1 V, H r k nm .i-vsJicawycsy TfHHsraest 3SSL9mKk.m SaaBEaOti New York Tribune. 1873. f Now, . berrt'.forr, Tiik Tkikok rtrirfi to IV first of w3X Fmnre a UrnnMic Lo-Uml and Gtrnmnr pT!any iM-rmt-at.-! wlih ..rMiem M.av Spain m.in!: in the fcrrrrlc zr f rnlrr lt c- tr Kin snd too wmk f.r Ueul4ir.tn. b U una 1.1-1 goTt-rv tli crrat ilaiil that Wilv tlie MitraisC t wir Gulf if Mriic-i, nl v-nallj anabW fa sK U u thv Ut-nitaiiwpeakii..; ljwiwr-i jutrdby iww l.ffrt.iQtini. irtlnp fmm th Ht-o .f Rmiie iu thr -lo-iun r l-tpai InClliliiIitr and aeMnmfnf W n-conlw tlit) MUi CatbnliB-tIie lioi CoutinniC Mrraitrl by the iDUlhrt'ial tVrw.nt that coBiea 'f tlttt rKnfiwt betmrta M Mrjs. ph.r. phal, thenlociral; ma trrlaLaUirt tbe aiiTaucra of IlaOteiil Scice Baaii ana t.mt BriUlnrunaiisrr-eftf4W inalin that fthAll tlrlcrmlne aaialc nprvat-x'T UhIn -YHiliifC w'T alkaailfai hrr ariTanves ami rwlw-Mf hrr luUr-oneiint catee Jat-aa abolish in j fradalUm and inritinc Wctern dTflix tit.a to imuliatr, Aveate rn ctoniurrct ti ranch hrr ton? hi'ldrn rmplrw och an phaj-m of the newa lYotn a&rftaa which tbramila over all Contiuenlit and the win utdrr all S if daily Warins t- sa. With able and tmatrd 0riad-nt)i hi the IraUmj: eapttala, and whereTrr great rhancraareinpnTvwtvTiiBTLXBLT.ic aim, at vhaterrr om, tUy brtiirr ititivailrnthe matt prompt, eompleti, atidiMapnlarprrMrnttHcnlfrf thrte diYerst aa-1 citniUctin ni"Triuut thrtMish all ft which, a il AeodTy tiUKta, thr tUin; niaMtra arerTri7whrivarni)CaupWwailar(er rvcjuiiitn aud a htthtrr futnrr. St Ihiui the atrttIe fr Krrtnlom nmni nrer. The lat Uvetuuloneleenaritlxrnt theUtoppjnailiM to enwn- cipatioa, rnfrmarhlsrniraUt'initl rivil rthu. has bren fr mallr al-andeneiL Xo party. Corlbtr Smtltw-lttniirr di putra tho rrault if the Vjr ft the Uokm ; all detlarr theaa reaulta BittMt nrrrr bennt1nt ant. with a wholt people) thuanultnton theeranl pUtfnrw ef All Kichtfr All. wbrrmnU-our bb-ndy tntfsir, aud the prnpn.?ed civil eunttU that flbiweit, hare tel na. thr iLVpahlic rloaee tb rrotnlavf the bitter, hatrfitl laat, and turn prje-fally, hopefully, to the Inut aUnnins lrcaoe 1mm xiM pmhlrni nf the hSiture. To wbaWrrr may rlnrldate tbe cmer.il dloMion or action 00 tbeae, Thk Tubvsk jciTra ampteaf aiace and m-t Impartial record. AVhateTcr uartiea our propone, wliatrrer pibtlcaf, leader mar aay, wnatrrrr irt crra mar do. La fairly art down la it coJomna, whether thla newa hW- or hinder it oTi lew. It reatlrra hare tb right to an boneal .tatcment uf the fact 1 and thla thry al waya pt. lint aa to Ita own political principle; THR TUBCX-t la f ctrorar, hrreatter a hrretnfnrr, tbe champion ef Equal KichU, trreepectlTe of Kace, Natirity, or Color. It standi Indelibly by the Amendmrat fur tbe permanent arctiritr f thwae Kishta, which hare brrn aolemnlr Inrorporatoa br the people, in the Contitnlr..u 'ur the United SUtra. In lepemlriit or all plit'cul partie. it endeavor to treat th in art with Judicial dlrura. It labor to purify the ad SB nistration ef GoTrrmutiit, Kati'xtal. State, and Munlci- 1, and whrnerr tbor in a-itlWtty, whether la Xatlooal, 4te.rMiiaIripalallaiira,Xt-e the lead lu thlw.ckvlt Yd! than-in errr4hiu Ma nrdlat attpparU But it cam neT er be the aerrit'ir of any ii41ticalparu 'n.ir will it r r mlrr r e, rn walre it ribt W rriticiar ami nindemo wliat la wi-pug ami cmuirnd whjt ia rlht In the action of anr partira nr of anr public nten. , Sow. a alwaya, TiikTmHCxElabara with all Ita heart for the pnmu tbn of the eat material intrrrsta of the emu try. Thn projre of Invrutioit aui of LaIir-SaTin, the development of oar rw-ttrveM. tlie preeerratiun of our Land fr tbe lindleaa, and Iu rjpid iibjotii-n to humaa want, the utilisation of our vaat nndrrlviuxOiva. thoe,x trn-iiui uf the UcUitir fr bt taxing IVwlucrr ajot Conanm er nejrrr totfethrr, -whateTer trn-ta to awetl the- raaka, la t Twine the knowledr and better tbe CUIitinn nf thoae de voted to rrmlnetirn industry finda locutint. and enooaraj; nient in our rolnmna. Khk Wuklt Tiuut-xs,, now more than tldrtr yeara eld, rndraroretltoke-pupwithtbepnpreiia f the age in impnirrnient and enterpriae, ltdrruteaa Urjrr ahare of it mliirana to Acriralrttral aa the in.wt eMutUl and itra cral f human jmrauita. It emplora the ableat and m-t aucceaafnl cultiralura to art lorth In brief, clear eaeava their practical vlewanf the Faarmer'a wtk. It reimrU public ditiMdona which elucidate tliat work t gsthera fmra crrry nnrre acncultnral new, the reprrta of tbe litratrxperinirota.tbeatoricaof the latent mrceasejtand f lUurea, and whatever may tend at once to better Aartcul tare, and to commend It a the flrat and moat Impurtant of prnsTraaire Arta. baaed on natural acience. There are hondreda of thouaanda ensaed In dlrrrae pur auiU who own or rent a "place, ami gie aitme portinn of thetr time to It culture and improvement. The Wkkxi.t Tbibuxk ahowa them bow to make the moat or their mla and tbefr bonra, both by direction and example. Xo lafur matinQ equal in quality or Quantity can b claewheae ob tained for the pre of thla jnnrnaL The U'uklt Tkiuvxe appeal alao to Teacher. Stit dent, and peraona of inqultiut: mimta, by the character nf it Literary content, which Include reriewa of all the worka pn-eeedlns Iron, the maatcrmlnda of the Old or of the Xew World, with libera extract from thoae nf eape. cial Intcreat. IrnaiwUTe UteraturealeVocUImaattenU-in but In a jrabordinate decree. "Home InterraU" am dU rnaaed weekly by a lady apecially qualified tu tnatrnct and latereat her own aex, and the younger portion of the other. Xo column I more eagerly aoa -lit orperuaed with crrater average profit than her. The Xewa of the Xy. elucidat ed by brief enmmenta, la ao amIenaeH that no naabr raw deem It diffuae, while given anffiriently tu detail to aatf.fy the want of tbe averace reader. Safeetions are rrcntariy made fnim the astra-Jre Corrrapondcnce of Tin DatLT TunntK from ercry ctmntry, and Ita editorial of more tiermanent value are here reproduceL In ahnrt. Till WXEXLT Tiublnx commeu.U iUelf u Million by minister ing to their Intrllrctaal want more fiilly than Uier are met lir any other Journal, while ita rrpular report of tbe Cat tie, Lountr Irodnce. and other Martlet, will of themaelr Mire tbe farmer wbv regularly note theur far more Uian hla Jtiurnal'a price. Vorthefamilr circle nf the educatnl farmer or artlann, Tiik WrtKLT TKiiiL-tE haa m. anperfiir, at ta proretl hr the bundrnla of tbouaanda who, ha Tim; read It from childhood. tilIrhrUh ami enjoy It In thr prinrnaajdon the down hill r life. We reapectfully urjre thoae who knew- Ita worth titromtuendTilK.WErKLTTaancxx; tr tnefr frlemT anI rol-lil-r-, and we proffer It to club at price which barely pay the runt of paper and prraa-wurk. TKUiM OF THE WEEKLY TKIIUTXE. To Mail Stilaacribera. One Copr. one rear, 32 laane 2. Ki re Copiea, one year, 32 laanea (7 J30 TlME AtifrKEH. TO XAMEE OrmIWCRTMEm all at one IN W Wire. all at one roat-Orl.ee. 10 Copiea fl 25 rvcli. I 10 Copiea $1 3. eaclu 20 Cople riOeaclulaO Copies J 30 each, 30 CoTilen 1 00 arh I 50 (Tnt.ia. t in .!, sAml One Extra Copy to each I And 6vm Extra Copy to each -" 1 Vain. fy For Clulw of Fifty The SEM-Wluar Teibuxe win be aent aa an extra copy. NEW-YORK .SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE t pnbllahed erery Tonailay and Fridar. and, beins print ed twice a week, it contain nearlr aUtheimportantXewa, Correapondenoe. Keriewa, and Editoriala of The l)allr. fnclndinerrrvthlnjcnnthe anbject of Ajtriculture, and much intereatin and valuable matter, fur which tbernU not aunlcient room In The Weekly Tribune. The Semi Weekly Tribune alwi rrra, iu the r.Ktrvetif a year, three or (bar of the beat and late-t popnVtr Xorrla. br llrtns ao thorn. Theeort of tbeae alnate. If bnueM In bonk ftirnr. would be from aix to richt dollar. lU price haa been lately reduced, ao that Club run now arenre It at llttlo more than the ctMt, toainsleenlmcrtber. tifTbe Weekly. Nowhere elxe can ao mneh current Intellfnoo neat perm nrnt literary matter be had at no cheap a rate urn The Semi- Weekly Tribune. TERMS OF TIIE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. One cs-epr. one year. 104 nnrnben, - $3 00 Flie rofiea,ororer. fur each rpr. 230 Ten eopte (and one extra copy) fur - 3 (ft TEKMH OF THE TIAILY TRIBUNE. Tu Mail Hubacribera, $10 a year. Tbe Tribune Almanac fr lm wiU be ready about Xew Yrar'a. Irice 80 cenU ; ? fur ft. In makln; remittance alwara pmenre a draft mi Nr-wv York, era 11-OJU3inejt Ordtr. lfia.lK Wnereaitn-. er of tbe-ecan be prororeit, aend the money, butalwap m o EEr.iaTEttEn Utter. The reLtratIon fee ha been reduced tnJteen cent, and tbe prearnt rr-Ut ration ayatem haa been fiaindbr thepnatal antboritlea to be nearlr an anaolnte prntertton axalnat Umm br mail. Aa lNwlraantera are obliged to rejcWer lettera w5an renueated to do ao. Terma, caah In alrancv AddreaaTHETRnC7K.New York. THE ST. LOUIS GLOBE PUBLISHED DAMi SEM-WBBEY.AHD WEEKLF nr MoKEE Sc HOU8KR. PEICE OF SOllSCEI ITON. Isllr(sevea papers per week) per rear, 12 n rVml-VCeeklr, per year. 4 00 Ketnl-Weely (in cloda of Jive) js oo Weekly, per year. i oo Tbe proprietors of the Cfcwe. kavrMthe eiperieocaef quarter AfaceBtary lo BewspapaijMiMisliiaa; la tke cits' of Ht. Lmia, feel that they know what a newspaper ahonld ba la order tnavhtJie varied tasiea-ef Um peepl, ofth. If Isslssippi Valley They will labor night said day tu pro. doee a first-daaa jrornal, oosUinaac the newaot' eaohalar rasa every part .sttaakaatuai wrM, aaat aaaaotraat !!. fbnaaaoa (rem CTarr- aeartee.a asm, eaf aaiaad. s. will interest tbe whole popalatnai ottba'Wasanes Rtatfa. They win eadeavor ta aaake tha Guraaa welcome vtsllor ia ttr, baaktac beoae, tba-eouallDe-ioeavsli. mervbanta' store, tha work laop-aail Vis asanatactory. aad a Sre-aida eom paak tM- ate. asnaer, macbaaie, lalxirer, stock ralkeri irntt.ei.wer. ainer; la fact (nr everybody that can read. Tbe Globs win eaatJane In advocate the doctrines of tha ; Croat Bepabliean Party, which has jnst achieved so treat, aarioniph over the eonglnoierate odda-and.enda party ia the Nation. Ia commercial, nnanelal. agrlcnltoral. miner-. al. and all other tatereata, theOLosa witl om-tinUy be. fownd Ukln,a.lejKUI position, on. each qnativq as H oameaan ,tke: WEEKLY GTOLBE, FOK , OTNTB DOLLAR A YEAR. We will aend tha WnaTr Ctoai to aay address for on year on receipt of 03TE DOIAaK. ThU srin wake tha OtOBl tha larrest an ekesnest aa weQ aa the brat paper in the West for tbe prica. Wewillbare. ly net la. anst of Uie white psier at thU rate, bnt we hop to ran np a large drcnlatioa by puttinj; tbe price a. low. Kendaluna; your soUrprfpli-us. siaglyor in clubs of any namber. Une dollar for each namn. COMMISSIONS. An persona artinz ss aeenls or geMfbr m elhrJa thr to, Oea.iltb.sllowe.1 ten per " -:"- JtUil.tat?rm.u Weeklies they may get. and twenty per " " 1' h Weeklir. they obtain- Kedact lb. commlssiona Iron tha amon.t before mailins. e. nOCSEB CO, Glob. Office, St. Loo la. Send for Sample Copies- 703 naT'aai'arC vorrMANTS of nkaWltl I EveryTTWJita.-a Every Day Waata. Xoolc JpaVUiaBBal I av BV OS swtvy, siyi "" -m AS fWI a. !, L L L...k. nl!ln mtliu.& AOareaa, Umlk. Dental FaUIshing Co, St. lisaavXe deciw Good Investment. VTTjOIS OinOX. ef White Clon.l. Kansas, offtr ',i.-.l, ta w Mill foe ssle. The miU is In th. best ef er. A ii der. with a esnacity t 1.I0 feet daily. Trier, Seven Thonsan year nxsanu v"u'"WI " i"j. " a"- .. ,r year's rna. Terms:- half down. iA r gmd real cik . asnn.1 or slock. Liberal terms on th. retnslnler. tate, asna.1 or rarparlicalaiB, rauBira ot r ajlur a. Ul wbiu uiuoai.