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SOL. MIXXER Editof. TROT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : XoTefaiher C, 1873. The Election. The election in tliis Comity, Tuelay, drew out lint little ..vo 2,000 votes-alim.it 1,000 sli.-rt of a full vnte. Bnt little regard was paid to party ttles. Farmers opposed " Fanner.' ticket; Re publican, voted fr life-Ions Democrat; and old line Democrats st.Ksl up stonily for Republicans, i opposition to raii.l.dato. of tbeir oral party. And is not this the better ay, in voting for cili ces that bnv. no coinifction u ith politicst Is it not the surest a to elixt good mento office Weoieiiotpnpari-.lt.. Rie the figures this week, bnt ill simply Mate the general result. It is as follows: For SLtri."", Thomas J. Vnudcrdice, Farmers' nominee, is elected l.y a wnall majority. The Nhree candidates made a pretty close, fun. j-'or Treasurer, Robert Tracy had uo opposition. ' ' For Omnty Clerk, Charles Kappelye, Inde peudei't Republican, beats Hensball, Farmers' nominee. ' For Register or Dced, Albert Hazen, Farmen.', Selected. For Connly Surveyor, Henry Wilson, Republi can, beats Waters, Fanners'. For Coroner, G. J. Archer, Republican, beats Welsh, Farmers'. ' For' Commissioners 1st District, Josse W. .Tones, Farmers'. 2d District, Joseph Ilayton, Mechanics' and Laboring Men's. 3d District, Charles Kearney, Drmocratlcnd Laborinc; McnV. For Representatives 1st District, Nathan Springer, Farmers'. 2d District, X. K. Stout, farmers'. 3.1 District, i II. Dreuuiug, Inde pendent Republican. On old political lines, regardless of Farmers' or Laboring Men's movements, the Democrats have the Sheriff, and the Republicans tho balance of the County officer, aside from Commissioners, one of whom lis Republican, one a Damocrat, and. one; not a strict party man. The Represent ative are all Republicans. We think that Doniphan County may congrat ulate herself npon having secured an excellent set of officers. lai A Credit Mark. Perhaps it is well known, that in the last two years, Bajl. Campbell, of Highland, has not wasted any compliments or favors upon us, and that the mutual admiration between us has not been excessive. We may be permitted, then, to place a mark to his credit. He was inveigled into the Farmers' Convention, and then sacrificed and slaughtered, iu order to kill off Maquilkcn. Then Jim. Robertson was put forward, and orders were sent to Campbell to snpport him. Then Frice &. Co., gut up a withdrawal card for Robertson to sign, calling tipon the faithful to rally around Shepherd's standard, and Campbell received official orders to pitch in for Shepherd ono of the lat men, in all the world, under whom ho was under any ob ligations to support. Campbell declined to he come a lick-spit or a fcol, and falling back upon his pledge to abide by the decision of tliu Farm ers' Convention, pulled off his coat and sailed in for the Fanners ticket. As a result, at High land, where it was expected everything would go end-ways for Shepherd, he g"t only 35 votes, while Maqnilken received 20 the other 137 go ing for Vanderslice and, what is more signifi cant, this vote secured his election. We count it to a man's credit that ho will not be a tool, even if the result is against the candidate of our choice. Wiiite Cloud. We remarked, not long ago, that the issue of beating the " Sid. Miller Clique" had bad its day in White Cloud. That game is played, apd the eunvat io s.4 in the other direc tion. They started out heavily against Maquil qen, on Tuesday-morning, on the old Sol. Miller issne. Shepherd was the man not because they had any love for Shepherd, but because they knew wo were iu favor of MaquilLeu but short ly after noou, their last worker was laid np fur repairs. Tho votes that Vanderslice got, were given without regard to the old fight. Here is the way they panned out in beating the Sol. Mil ler Cliqne: Maquilkcn, 143; Shepherd, 60; Van derslice, 39. Now, would it not 1 as well to close out that issne, and turn their attention to something profitable! Several candidate startod out n this campaign, impressed with the idea that the wiuning card was to pitch into Sol. Miller on every occasion. Wonder how they like it, as far as they have got t Now, let us rub it all out, ami open up a new act of books! EASTtnx Elf.ctioxs. New York has about 10,000 Democratic on State ticket. gone Tho Legislature is Republican. Massachusetts goes Republican by a reduced majority. Kew Jersey elects a Republican Legislature. Marland and Virginia are Democratic. Mississippi is Republican. 'Michigan elects a Democratic Congressman, to fill a vacancy. Minnesota goes Republican. Wisconsin is carried by the "Reformers" which means a combination of Farmers, Demo crats, and Liberals. jy It is known that we were not very enthu siastic for Mr. Rippey for Representative of the First District, but we must compliment him up on making a pretty lively race nudcr disadvan ltgeons circumstances. He came ont late, with the odds heavily against him, bnt kept moving lively. He receives somewhere near 150 votes in the District. Fur a good part of this vote, he is indebted to the efforts of Ids right hand friend, Eer. George W. Wood. EP" On the eve of the election, a story was set afloat that Vanderslice was a drunkard; and an other relative to his-swiudling.tiQ. ConntT nt pfover $300,'ln the matter of the delinquent tax es on his land, -which had been bought In by the .County, and re-sold under a recent law. No doubt tha persona who were busiest In circulat ing these charges, will be foremost iu giving the new Sheriff advice, and asking favors. Er" TJwj bavebeenlndulging in a local war lnTrfeyae County, Indiana. The Connty Seat having been removed from Centrerille to Rich roqndthe people of Centrcvllle assembled under arms, and attempted to prevent the removal of the County records and the demolition of the old Jail. . For a time, things looked serious. After all this exhibition of foolishness, the people of Centrerille will have to submit at last. SWe hear that the' are going to throw Highland precinct out, on account of some inform ality -or lrrefnlarityLau3 not ttlOfhe vdte.to bo 'counted,- 8h? ooghrto be throsro juvcoa fontulier' she didn't vote according to orders. Bnt we are afraid that straw Is not big enough to save a drowned man. GT Rev. J. B. McAfee is defeated for the Leg islature in Tnpeka. That is another misfortune. Aa private secretary to that sage, Gov. Craw ford, he acqnired a thorough knowledge of the history of the Whitehalr family, that would have made him invaluable as a legislator. rj Bob. White is defeated for the Legislature in Atchison County. If elected, be was going to labor for the enactment by the Legislature of the Jirst law v' nature self-preservation in ol bur wards,, a law for tho protection of quail. iy Wo Jiear it rumored that Judge Trice, of ftis city, is A probable candidate for United Aates Senator, Let him have a care lest be get Yorked." A Gallant Fight. Sheriff Maquilkcn,. although beaten, has made a fight that has challenged the admiration evcu of his enemies. And he has made it with very littlc help except from a few friends. For months, the opposition to him had been worked up and drilled, anil every r.nplcasaut duty that he was compelled to perfurm was turned against him. The Farmers' Convention was packed with delegates to defeat him, who, having ac complished this eml, tnruedHbeir efforts to de feat the Farmers' ticket. A few men calling ing themselves the Republican Central Commit ter, met and nominated a candidate, in tbe name of the Republican party. The Liberals and Dem ocrats met, and, although not making a nomina tion, left the office, open for tbe purpose of allow ing the Democrats to support the Farmers' nom inee. A miscellaneous cmwd, mostly from about town, calling themselves mechanics and tailor ing men, met in mass convention, and nomina ted another candidate. Then, on the eve of ihe eIcUiouT.a xin,ular,.writteii by Judge Priie, and. signed by James G. Robertson, was put iti circu lation, in which the laUcr, who had been recom mended by the Central Committee, withdrew in favor of the nominee of tbe Mechanics and La boring Men, and asked Republicans io snpport h'tn, as the only way toprevcut the election of a Democrat. In the face of nil iheso nominations and endorsements, Maqnilken went into tin: fight on his own merits. Every party and personal appliance was brought to bear against him; bummers were ont working iu every direction; the saloons were in full blast against him; all maimer of false s'ories were put iu circnlatieii ; men pretending friendship travelled around In his company fur the purpose of injuring him; and yet he held his omMiupytai ich a tight race that they have nothing to Jxwst of iu their vic tory. Dozens rf men, who said they preferred hint, and tbooght he was entitled to the office, claimed that it was uo use to vote for him, as he would not be elected. There were enough of this kind to hate turned tbe ihctiui iu his fa vor. Men who should have considered them seltes nnder the deepest obligation to support him, and vi hones influence would hao been of i tnl service to him, failed him in the time of need. Even with these drawbacks, ho could bate come safely through, had there been work ers fur him at all the precincts, as there v. ere at Troy, White Cloud, Wathena, nnd Palermo. Hut at some important precincts there was no one representing his interest. Wo refer to these things, not to lament over spilled milk, bnt to show the plucky fi.;ht Ma quilkcn made, almost alone, in thu face of fear ful opposition, and with thoso conn back on him who had availed themselves of his aid, aud of whom be bad a right to expect help in rrtnni. To come within a hundred votes of an election under such circumstance, is something to boast of even in defeat. Wo are sure that tho friends who stood by him have not half tbe cause to feel badly over their defeat, as those vtlo deserted him and failed. A Small Olive IlnASCtt. Wo believe there was a better feeling amoug all parties, on elec tion day, than there has been for the past two years. Is it desirable to make practical use of the large Republican majority in tbe Couiuy, in future elections f If it is, we take the occasion t say, here and now, that the time to take the preliminary steps is at once, when tho political fight is closed, aud bad feeling is not ruuuing high. Experience has demonstrated that the two factions of the Republican party cannot di vide on any office and succeed. In nearly every such case both are defeated, while candidates upon whom there is no fight are triumphantly elected. The ouly road to peace and harmony, is to quit fighting and schemiug against eacb other, aud trying to work out revenges for the past. It vili not do to wait until the midst of next ear's campaign, aud after plauiug, scheming, wlrc puUing.aud getting wolfish in tbeefforts of eacb joirfsr circumvent file other, talk about unit ing and stickiug to the prty, when the parly Is split as wide open as it can be. We offer this suggestiou iu time. Now, let us see who wants peace. Danbuby Nkws. We have recently, for the first than, seen .a copy of the famous Danhury .Yrtr, and must eoufess that we are badly disap pointed in it. It is a quarto withagiugcr-bread head, and got up with very little taste. While it is called the Xeiri, it contains scarcely an item of news. E en that which purports to be corres pondence from different cities, is foolishness nnd trash m fact, all the matter, originaly aud se lected, is of a sameness. It has but a few local items, and they of uo importance; the balance of the editorial pages are made np of the peculiar stuff which we see going tbe rounds credited to tbe Daubury Ants, and which its editor appears to have a particular talent for writing, aided by long practice. But the same stuff, column upon column, week after week, most eventually be come irksome even to a Connecticut Yankee. Af ter bearing what a tremendous circulation and popularity the Daubury Xmi was acquiring, we expected to see something to justify it. "Rock Me to Sleep. On our fourth page, we reprint this beautiful poem, at the request of a lady subscriber at Highland, who also w ishes to know the name of the author. It was written by Mrs. Elizabeth Akers, who writes (or formerly did)underthe nom deplume of "Florence Percy." This poem was written at Florence, Italy, about tbe year 1SC0, and first pnblished in the Saturday Erening Pott, of Philadelphia. A few years ago, one Bull, of Now Jersey, set up a claim to the authorship, aud hronght forward a long array of evidence to substantiate bis claim. Tbe con test waxed hot, and most of the leading papers of the country took a hand in it. It resulted in Ball's total discomfiture, and Mrs. Akers still wears her laurels. Ball has probably beeu "rocked to sleep, as he has not been heard from since. tP If tbe Commissioners can only be "spiked" before-hand, the election willxoae outjall right rat. Deep legal lriMiwMgg -ettgvxpended upon tbe subject, ami "tbing8-ror1ciuV' There was some change of judges at tbejlfgbland polls, or a judge was not sworn, and they closed the polls to go to dinner. That precinct must go out. Then, at Troy, while tbe count was going on, one of the judges pegged out, and a substitute was called in to finish it. Ont goes Troy 1 That elects Maqnilken Sheriff, and Barney O'Driscoll Representative, Barney may aa well be engag ing roomsatTopeka,and negotiating' witifP&Tdy" Brown on the Senatorial question! CP" One E. T. Kreightley; tooiewhere East, writes that the only way for Kansas to redeem herself, and become respectably is by electing Thadi'ens H. Walker to the United States Sen ate, wttbont a dissenting voice. No doubt Kan sas will be billing to tender llti Kreightley a vote of thanks iorhistrvod intentions in this matter; bnt does fat know that he Is trying to rob onr 8tate Geological Cabinet of one of it f rarest fossils T C? Julin C. lleenan, tho lirnit.r, iliJ "n the Unittu 1'acitie Kailroad, on gatnrda.v, Ot.toirr't tx. This event bring, to-mind the old soufc- of the negro roustabout; on tlielliuissippi Biver liram boats: "The DerTl died laat Satardsr !l. O.roIj.bolvP -""vasj. ur The election throughout the Sute seems to have resulted in the success of Tery many Farmers' candidates, and many Independents. At this writing.'it is immossible to form an esti mate of the composition of the Legislature. Cy In twenty cases ont of nineteen, it will not pay a man to go back on his friends and curry favor with bis enemies, la order to get elected to office. If beaten, better be beaten with a clear conscience. Col. Cobb's Address. Tho CejnibUcan publishes what purports to be Col. Cobb's Address at our late County Fair. It has certainly beeu imposed npon. O'Driscoll baa palmed off one of his old addresses for that of Cobb. Our short-band reporter, who was on the gronnd at the lime, took down tbo address, aud has fortunately presrrt ed his notes; and we now take pies sn re in giving the geunine address to the public: ADDRESS. Farhies or DoinHCot.-TrT: Elvis; W the honor at bets; invited to address th bans and tanscle of thi. Is best County laths fairest land ea God's ottoman, I shall derot my remark to the discussion of three propositions tbo importascs and grandeur of the profcMlon of farm in:; the homo production of nreessary nicies which we now import from abroad; sad the conundrum of transpor tation. tbx mrOETtxcx asu caiXDZca or riamxn. Firming ii an Important and grand art. Ticre is no thing in the world so important and grind as firming. It m the first occnpitiaa of man. and without it. the world mould starve, or become an raphibiom. or mral-eiung na tion. Onr bread, and pies, and potatoes would disappear, and Initeid, we would becim u cannibal, citinj exclu sively the flesh or hogs, ihren, chickens, wild anlnula, yra, and even awlne. And sa'exrlmdvely animil, vegitible or mineral dirt, according to the ableit medical JurbprndcnU known to tbe pharmsonpxja. would entail and Inherit npon mankind a long caravan of chronic contagions, such as icrofula, goitre, neaps, milk leg. and akittersricktt. I houlduy. Farming I a grand and noble art! MVEcsrrr or raonucTs. Ttliat the Weatirn farmera need. la diversity of products. We ninat cease devntuig our whole attention to few ata pie articles, and devote some effort to the production of on. ntaple artirlca which are in demand, and for which our soil Is admirably adopted, but which we purchase of foreign nation. If the Chinese should eagerly purchase our dog fenneL we would langh at them; yet they langh at us for our paiuion for their tea. My friendm. It is getting down pretty low, when a Chinaman laughs af you! Why should we get onr cresra of tartar from TarUry, onr oyitera from Austria, or out cabeba from Cuba, when they are all null genioua to oar soil I And there is the iron-weed ao shoa. dent in all parts of our country. We have only to obtain the juice and boil it down, to produce tho belt quality of Kuala iron. An ordinary aorglinra mill will answer every purpose. Then, there ia the article of cat tor oil, which we import largely. 2fow, aince the day that Caitor Tollux in vented ewtor oil, baa there been a soil which haa produced the cator bean ao apontineomly aa Kanaaa! Were I aa pithy as Pjthagoras. I could not aufnciently ridicule oar fooliihness and near-slghtcdnen in this rrescct. I am glad that our people are beginning tn awaken to the importance of cheese. We can produce it of every variety and nuality. Old Mr. Stilton and Swrltzer, were they to viilt Kansas, would pronounce it a paradiae for cbceee-ma-krra. If every farmer la not able to maintain s factory of his own. let the farmers onitr, and eatabllah Townahip fac tories. In aome-ceatresble location. Each former could then, say once a week, haul hi cheese pulp to this factory, and hare it atoned into inch varieties of cheese a he pre fcra. Aa for runnet, every farmer's wife ahould have a patch of it in her garden, aa aaide from flavoring cheese, it ia one of the twit medicinal hcrba known. Kaniaa la already celebrated aa s sheep ennntry; yet what do we ace! We are accnittomed to ridicule the ahift lensnena ot the Southern people, yet among the beat of onr aheep, we eonnt the Southdown. Cannot Kaniaa, with her aplendid reputation for improved stock, introduce to tbe world a Xorthdown aheep! There 1 another animal that Kansas Lnowa not, Aa a hone aulted to domeatic purposes, the Knglbih cob ha no uperior. But here i ihi mgnlficent com coiuury, in which the cub I nnknown. Our natural advantage, which might lie made a onrce of revenue, are equally neglected. Our valuable aprings attract no atrangera. We bare mineral apringa eqnal to Ballaton Kpa, to which we ahould give our awine free ac ecu, and thu sutMtitute a natural and hnmane proeeaa for an ancient barbarism. Dot instead of availing ouraclvr of these spa, every farmer doe Me own spaying in the old way. Other State, no more favored than Kaniaa. boait of their attractive geyners, while we do not posies a single gooeer. I wish I could convince the farmers of Kaniu that it i a easy fur them tn bo glad a a gladioloa a it ia to be rue ful ss rhubarb. Let n no longer permit other nation to look upon n with the scornful rye of a siren ora basilUk, but let na Improve our advantage. If we depend upon foreign nation, we Imbibe their uperstilion and diieascn with their product we become tinctured with tbe Xan rooiim of the African, nr tainted with leprosy fmm Ale Yoa remember the Bible atnry of the Chinese Wall. The people of China were dying otf with cnrry, caused by tar tar on tha teeth. Thia tartar, it was dUcovrred, wu either contagious or parasitical, and was peculiar tn the people of an adjoining nation, with whom tbry held free interroune. After trying every ether precaution in vln, the wise Em peror of China, TnJDgJtootteyjerdrred' tbe buUdiagof tbe great waTTTto keep ont the tartar. And to this day, no people hare sounder teeth than tbe Chinese. Let ns build a Chinese Wall, bnt let it consist of the superiority and divenity of our own product, thereby freeing ua from dependence upon those of other countries. In order to sccompluh these reforms, we need a more scientific cdneation of farmers. What we want to promote the fanning interest, is s State College of Fharmacy ; and I here pledge myself to tbe farmen of Kansas, that my first act in Congres shall be to procure a grant of land for the endowment of auch ao institution. TnijsroimTiox. The only known or conceivable mode of cheap transpor tation la by water. If yon transport by steam, there Is a constant heavy outlay for fnel; if "by wagon, jou are sub jected to a large expense for animals and their feed; but nature anpplies water, and after the first outlay for chan nel and vessel, the expense ceases. We all know that the earth slopea gradually from north to aouth. Hold your map up before yoa, and you will see that at a glance. Mr. Tludson's Bay, which i due north of us, ia connected with the Atlantic Ocean. A canal could be cut from tbcre to to the head watera of the Missouri Biver, which wonld af ford sn inexhaustible aapply of water for vessels of all cal ibres. Sea water never freesia la these latitadea; and it would nerer give out, for it would run into the Atlantic by way of the Golf of Mexico, and thence be carried ty the Gulf Stream back to the starting point, to run through the canal again. Smaller atreams ran through every man farm, flowing into larger onea, and they into the Missouri Biver. These could be cnt out for vessel of smaller cali bre. Do you know that the waste water on every farm wonld, in a year, if concentrated, float the entire produce of the farm 1 Such fa the fact. Then, let each farmer con atruct an immense reservoir on his land, and scrupulously husband all hi water. When his crop are all ready for market, let him load them on to barges placed on these re sen oira, then hoist his lock or gate, and otf the water and vessels would go, into the small creeka, and tbeoce into the main channel, tbe Missouri Biver, and the thing la accom plished. I have a propoftitlon embracing this plan, which I ahall lay htfore Congress at an early day. We ahonld need the consent of England, through an extradition treaty, te con. atract thU canal through her dominion, bnt I pledge my self there shall be no difficulty on that point. It can be brought sboot through the Emperor of Russia. I am well acquainted with hia son Alexia, whose aister I about to marry a son of Mr. Gnelph, Queen of all the Britain. I will write Alexi. asking him to speak to the old genteman, and request him to Ul hi daughter Alexandrobitch to lssne a ukaae to her bnsband. asking him to tell Victoria to grant the right of way for this ditch through her land. And now, farmers of Doniphan County, If I have been sble to entertain and enlighten yon, to allow yoa how yoa may make your toll more remunerative, aad to solve the great problem of cheap transportation, I shall deem myself smplyTTpald for too thus" lint rMSarrBfikVlThave de voted to thia address. c '' CF" The Democratic papers are crovrins over a Republican defeat in Kansas, and Hearing out a majority in tbe Lrgislatnre against the Krpnbli catis. Tbey connt every Karniers' candidate, and every independent candidate elected In opposi tion to tbe regular Krpnblicau ticket, as being opposed to the Repablicau party. Herein they are mistaken. Iu this Countv. two farmers and one independent Republican are elected. While they will Tote far all tbe just reforms demanded by the farmers, they will take care that their snpport for United States Sens tor shall be given to a man who, among bis other merits, is a reli able Republican. '.Ye think that there are a great many of tbo satno kind of men. elected. The Senate, elected last jea, is almost unani mously Republican, and we think a Republican majority, on all party questions, will be fonsdin. the House. CP Tbe laat Stokes trial has ended, and the jury returned a verdict of manslangbter in the third degree. He has been sentenced to the pen- itentiarj. for fonr yea witneMea against him were kept in prison half that length of time. They should now put op elegant apart mcr'ts in the neighborhood of the prison, where his bigti-toned friends can reside, and be ready at all time, to minister to bis comfort and pleas ure, as In the Walworth case. E3 We see a repot 1 1 bat Pete Donan, tbe slang whanging editor of the Lexingto'i Coscoriaa, is dead. If he Is, be will be enrorisod to find that bis idiom ia tbe court language of hell. C A. R- Banks ia defated for the Legislature, in Lawrence. We nominate him for Chief Clerk of the House. ' St. Nicholas rots Novembek. The first nnm ber of St. A'tcsoas has Just been issued. Pictori ally, it is one of the most beautiful magazines in the country, being enriched by designs from tbe pencils of Miss Ballock, S3. Ey tinge, Miss Led janl, Sheppard, Stephens, BolKs, Itenrd, and others. ' v Tim reading majltrr-lsvarieil and bright. There are thirty-three' articles, some for tbe very- little ones, some for the oldest of young people, and some for every age between. Wcfiudiu itabroad, well-printed pagea, poems by William Cnllen Brjaut, Celia Tliaxter, Lucy Larconi, and others. There is a capital bnman-fairy sketch by Rebec ca Harding Davis. Donald G. Mitchell contrih ntes a characteristic article, entitled "Who Wroto tbe Arabian Nights'" aud the first chapters of a. serial story by Frank R. Stockton are given. A salntarory by the conductor, Sirs. Mary Mapes Dodge, is sure to reach the heart of every child reader and the heart of their fathersaud moth tbrrs as well. Aimmgthe stories we find a charmingly-told acconut of a fair 's visit to a bee hive, by Annie Moore; nn exceedingly fuuuy little story by Margaret E tinge, and lively tales by Paul Fort aud J, 8. Stacy. Lncretla P. Ha'e tells the adventures of a doll, Nojh Brooks has a capital article- for boys, called ''By the Sen," aud Ollvo Thome tells nbortt u certain "Old-Fuslilon-ed Hat." There arc also iutenstiug descriptions of ze bras, passenger-pigeons, the curious inhabitant', of tbe Faralloue Island, and the Pinte Indians, Iwsidcs bright little "Jingles, " and a whole p.ige iu large tjpe for little children with big era. We must tint forget to mention ns an admirable featnre a short story iu Gennan for the beuefit of youngsters who are learning that language. A similar French etoryi'annouueed fur tho next number. Thou "Jaclf-ln-the-Palpit," a curious fellow who is full of littlbil!rif wit and wisdom, holds forth most entertainingly-aud theie are capital notices of juvenile books, intended for those who will read tha books, aud a puzzle de partment that will certainly sharpen tbe wits of the youngsters. This charming Magazine is published by Scnb tier & Co., New York, nt $3 a year. ft? There is no doubt of tha election of Frank Tracy for Railroad AssesMtr. He received all the votes in this County,' a majority iu Nemaha, and a nnmbcr in Atchison. In the other Counties, the votes he did not riccivc w ere scattered among a number of candidates. ty The Fanners' ticket has beaten the Repub lican ticktt iu Bronn Connty, on an average, about two votns to one. We regret the defeat of our friend Macy fur County Treasurer; bathe went in the general wrrek. C?" Onr friend, Jacob N. Zimmerman, fill a little elinrt of being elected Commissioner, but some of the name are more lucky. AZimmir inan is elected Commissioner in the Lawreuee District, Dougl.n County. CP The Republicau tliket is elected iu Nema ha Comity, with the exception of one Commis sioner, and the Representative in the Seneca District. J. K.Taj lor, Democrat, beats George Graham. C The defeat of John G. Otis for the Leg's l.itnro in Shawnee Conntv, is a heavy blow to Kansas. It is as if a lady should Ios one of her back hair pins during the heaviest throos of an earthquake. r3" The three candidates for the Legislature in Shaw neo County, said to have beeu running in the interest of Gov. Osborn for Senator, have all been defeated. IV J. F. Cuiunuugs is eh ctnl tn the L.cgh.!a turo in Barton Couutj, as a "Reform" candidate. We have great hopes of the coming Legislature. IV We like the nay Pakrino lolls up hir vote. If other preciucta' showed as clean a list as Palermo, there would be no occasion for lfs. Cff" Dan. Adams has received a check which he cannot cash. Ho is defeated for tho Legisla ture, in Shan lice County. Peraliariliew of one f fhr 31t Successful Jvurnal In the lVrld. The New York Shu touches np Sir. Child-.' pe culiar manner of avoiding burning his fingers vi ltd tlitt red Lot topics of ths day in this happy vi in: When some ontrago especially flagrant, invulv ing a mblx-iy of tbe treasnryirtlieri rop'nmli.g of a big felony, engages the public attention, tliu Public Ledger, instead of seeking to aggravate the general discontent, comes to the front with a soothing article on "fireasiug with Itjcmi in Scarlet Kever." The tax-pajcr who is a parent, and th multitude of tax-i.iiTs are such, tiniN a pleasant ool.ice in thinking that, even if he is likely to go nakeil some day, Ins little Iioy can at any rate be cheaply cnrwl of mir of tbe most ilangrrons malatlies' ot infancy. When Maun has swept a fresh election by the help nf liis hordes of repeaters, he finds tiimsrlf relinked in tliii sterling journal next morning w ith withering article on "Tbe Ravages of the Tobacco-worm." McMulliii aud liiiim are annihilated by bnniing isays on "Tho Use of Ammonia in Chronic Heaves," and on "Tho Supposed Invention nf the Vclociiedeby tho Chinese;" Keinble, after bis tjreatest feat of Addition, Uivis'ou and Silence, I startled and alarmed by the adinouitioiis mi "The Virtue of Early rising:" nnd bitterly does Allison me the hour iu which ho stripped a Qua ker gentleman of his hat and tendered the com pliment of thu court to an armed rufii.m for car- rmg pistol, when, with trembling fingers, he holds the next ila 's Ledger befSre bun aud reads that inagnificoiit invective npon "Tho Cruelty of Plugging Lobsters' Claws. Ihero is no crisis to which this andacious jtmr nal is nut eijual. When Jay Cooke &. Co., failed, and ruin presented itself on every side, when other pens were paialyn-d aud other minds be wildered, tbe faithful Cbilds was on band with a timely article on "Tbe Valne of Health." How strongly did he enforce on tbe beggared depositors who Lad believed ill tho Christian banker the importance nf the flesh brush, and a walk before bre.ikfastl How tenderly did be soothe tbe washerwoman on whom her savings bank had "suspended" with counsel to be sparing in diet, and tint to enter an open carriage when over heated! With what timely signibcance did his advice against too much wine at dinner and at tendance at the opera mofe than twice a week reach the heart nf tbe widow iu the garret, with a Jlvck of small childnuui;:eJear dropped on that nne Northern Pacific bond for which she had given her all! Faithful ever hi tbe past, this sentinel and monitor may safely bo trusted iu tbe future. Audiu Tliat da j of wrath, that drea.llul day When hea ren and earth shall paa away when even the Ledger building begins to totter to its fall, and the atatne of Franklin nn its cor ner tn crack and betid on those ponderous legs which the artist modeled from a grand piano nith Gabriel's trnmpet rising ou thn blast, aud with Christian statesman and Christiau bankers forsakjng senate house and abaving-sbop, and mnning like "hiad before an jnpleasant-lookiug person with a tail aud a three-pronged fork let Philadelphia anre herself her Cbilds will not fail her. He will soar with the occasion, and thn world will get snch an article on "Tbe Valne or Carbolic Acid for Corns" as will remove even from tbe mind ol Kcmble all sense of present anxiety. A Paxicthuck Humorist." Speaking on this subject, I understand that Petroleum V. Nasby, who baa recently become acitixen of Manhattan, has had tbe misfortune to Iota $16,000 of bis in dividnal means by the failureof Kranlzfe Smith, private bankers in Toledo. ! takes in philosoph- ct strains 01 tue manner in w hich the hard earn ings of many jcars have beeu ruthlessly awept away. He has no doubt be says, that tbe firm is entirely honest, bnt that It has bad an uubaji- l'l ucsnuj. ingwaiiy inr capital was jU,uuu, and some shrewd specnlator in this city manag ed to get $230,000 out of them, (thia was their de positors money), and compelled tbe bonse to carry him, financially, for a number of years, with the hope ol indemnification for what be bad borrowed. Tbe hope proved fntilr. Nasby thinks be may receive for his money a few doren soiled postage stamps, a broken chair or two, half a dozen bills receivable made by men too poor to pay even the debt of nature, and, possibly, a bird cage without a canary, and the remains of a snperaunuatril bull dog. Conse quently he is cheerful over bis lot, and antici pates setting up a daily newspaper and building another opera house in iVw v..rt- viih th nr. I . . iue arm a liquiuai4oui.-., 1 . J Cr. Chicago Xrrtaar. aul.Arik...Hl 1-J J ... .... .. Br THE OeTBBJQB OV KARSAS. JL Praxlataatiod. Another year in tbe brief hut eventful history of Kansas, fraught with results for which we have special canse for gratnlatinu nnd thankful ness to Divine Provideuce, is drawlng'tn a close. A fruitful soil nnder the tonch of intelligent in dustry has filled to repletion the granaries of the husbandman, while onr people in the various vocations of life have been blessed with a season of nnninal prosperity and success. A merciful exemption fmm a pestilence that has wrought dcnth and suffering to less favored portions of our laud, has been vouchsafed to ns; and iu the midst of health) security and peace, we have enjoyed a measure nf unexampled material pros perity and advancement. For these and other blessings, in which we as a people cannot fail to recognize in the inter position, mercy aud goodness of the Supreme Being, I, concurring iu the recommendation (.f the President of the United Slates, do hereby designate Thursday, the -Tth of November, as n day of Thanksgiving and Praise to Aliuighly God; and I recommended that we, on that dav, abstain fmm all peculiar pursuits, and assemble in our customary places of worship, to offer up onr devotion to Deity, and supplicate Hiui for a ccntiuuance of his protection, care aud guardian ship. It testimony whereof, I. Thomas A. O-Wn Governor of the State of Kansas, have hereunto subscribed my name and caiiM-d to be alhxid the great seal of the State. Dune at the city of Topeka. this Slh day of October, A. D. 1373, and of the independence of the United States the ninety-eighth, aud of the thirteenth vear of the State. Signed THOMAS A. OSIJOU.V. By the Governor: W. H. Smalwi.oiw. .Si ii el. i.) t state. THE WlIKIlKABOtrrSOF A &rNKKX stkamboat DtsCOVEnrn. In the ear lri59 llm nteamer F. X. Anbrry sunk a .-liort iliit.iui e from Wyandotte with snnirlhiiig likn three Iiiiiifli.il barrels of whiskey on In.inl iiitrtulvd fir Guenimeiit stores, and, nltliHUuli every etfirt l secure the pnert.v. was tn.li It proved f liliire, and Was finally abandoned. Nothing more was thought of it till alrotit four j ears ag., whe.t another trial was made, but with no n'lur". Yesterday, while some parties were row ing over near the islanfa opposite Wjaudiitte they discovered the remains of the atrnWr, and will at once) pmeeed to bore and make an at tempt to st cure the cargo. Of course the exact place is aud remains a secret, but the idea of fiintteeii-jear-idd whiskey coming to light is making wunr of onr iiim-teinperaiicr lueu's inoutlii water. Kantat City Time. Death or Ex-Gov. llF.tm. of Ohio. Rock jord, Iu, Oct. SI. The Hon. William Kebb, who was born of Welsh parents, in Holler coun ty, Ohio, iu Dcceinlicr, letW, and was Governer nf Ohio in the time of tho Mexican war. and for many j cars a resident of this county, died here yesterday afternoon, fie had been an invalid for five years, his disease commencing with pnne mouia, contracted by exposure in public speak ing. Ho was better known in Ohio and Wash ington than in this State, where be had taken little direct part in politico. He wain man of rare enrrgr, decision, and integrity of iharacter. Of his surviving family, one sou is the noted bot anist of that name, and one daughter is the wife of tbe Hj:i. John P. Reynolds, of Chicago. How Praiiiik FlRhS StaKT. Some careless wretches, while driving along close to the ciU, on tbe east side, set tire to tbe grass, hist Tues day afternoon, nnd the consequence was that the tire swept several miles north, to the Drag".!', nnd burned several ha) stacks, a bnnso and some fencing. The law should be enforced a few times and men wouhl learn better. There is no nerd of ever having a prairie tire, for tho railroad mnipany havu made a good fire-guard along the route, and uo fire could start now unlius wilfully and carelessly started by Home ignorant man who has no regard for bis neighbors. Men who set fire in tho above manner are worthy of the State prison. Otage Shaft. SPECIAL XOTICES. The Household Panacea. in.l Family Liniment, la tfaft boat remedy In the world f.r tbe follonrin-j cotm plaJots, tIz.: Cramp-) In the Limbs and Stomach. Tain In the Stomach, Bowel, or Side, Rheumatism Id all Ita formn, Billotm Chollc, Kenral-ja, Cholen, D arntery, Coldn, Treuli Wonnds, Barn, Sore Throat, Spinal Complaints, Sprain i and Brnlses, Chilla and Ferer. Fur Internal and External ne. Ita operntID fa not onl v to reliere the patient, bnt entire ly removes tbe caaae of the complaint. Jt penctratea and prrradea the whole ayBtemkrestnrtn; healthy action to all tti part, and quickening the blootl. Tbe nachl(l Panacea ! parclj Vrpf uUft ami All Ilealinj. l-rci-atc-l by CURTIS i BROWX, Xo. 215 Fulton Street. ew Tork. Fr laic by all drnssiata. JuIjlOj !, OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE. Happy Relief for Tonus: Men from the effect of Errors and Abuies in emrlj life. Manhood ret'torr'l. Im pedirarnM to uuiTiage rrmoTci Xcw tnrthrMt of treat mnt. Xtw and mnarkabla retnt-d.r. Ilsiolaand Circn lr arnt fre. In itelrd envelnpes. AddtreM. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Xo. 2 Sooth Ninth St.. ThiUiIrlphU. Pa. nn Institution bavin; a high rrpntatmn for honorable con duct and profeMloaal aUlL octTO. T3-lj- Tliirfy Vcars Experience of an Oltl Nurse. .Tim. WlnliT' Aihln3 yrnp ia the prr ncriplion of oaeof tbe bet Female PI13 alcUni and Xur .v in the United States, and has been used fnr thirty rears with nerer failin; aafety and ancceM, bj millions uf moth era and children, from the feeble Infant of one week old to the adnJt, It corrects acidity of the atomach. relieves wind colic, regulates thn bowels, and gives ret, health and c in fort to mother and child, We believe it to be the ILmI and Surest Remedy in the World, in all casea of I) YSESTEU V and DIAKRIKXA IX CniLDREX. whether it arises frm Teething or from any other cause. Foil directions f trnnine will accompany each bottle. Xrne Genuine nnlrns the f ac aimtle of CURTIS & FERKIXS ia on the mitstdr wrapi rr Sold by all Medicine Dealers. jiMyl. Children Often Look Pale and Sirk from no other caasc than harios wnrms In tbe stomach. BROVN"S VEHMIFCGE COMFITS will drstrny Worm without Injnry tn thi- child, beln- jif r fectlj WIHT, and free from all coloring or other inj iri on Ingredient nsnalljr nied In worm preparation!. CURTIS a. BR0W2J. IVoprirtora, If o St J Fnltnn Street. Xew Tori. Sold by DrvggiiU and ChrmisU, and Deatert in Ittdwinra, at TwrxTT-Fm Ccrrs a Boi. JnljrIOyl. For Sale. TIIE Imprnred Xortb-eaat Quarter of Section 21. Town ahip 1. Bancs 17: all enclosed with anew plank f. nee; eood frame dwelling. hooe; a nerer failins atream of pnre water, and some tlmbert and fifty acre is cnlliration. Sitnated a abort distance from tbe cities of White Clond liiawatha, and Rolo. This quarter will be sold for 13 300 one-fifth (SG60) cash, tha balance la eqnsl payment in one, two, three, and fonr rear, with interest. ALSO FOR SALE, The Soath-eait qnirter of Section 1(, Township 1. Rane 18. Thii animprored qurter la two aad one-half mile from Urn city of WWU Cload. and ha a nerer failin stream of water rnnninr throoth it, and adjoina tbe farm of Mr. Maey. Price, 12.000-WOO esah, the balance In one. two, three, and foor rears, with Interest. iioin qiirten lie la jinrwn Connty, sad close to two Railroad. For information, on. apply to J. H. BURXS, CL Whetllag. Wet VirginU DOTS Box REMEMBER The 3d of December. Tbos who propose Inrestine (sod who does not D in ticV. cts for tbe Fourth Grand Gift Concert TOR THE BEXEFTT OF TUB PUBLIC LMABY OF KENTUCKY, Which comes off In Loolmlle, ea the 3d of December neat, bare no time to lose. s .Only 60,000 Tickets ' BAYS BXEX ISSUED. ASD 12,000 CASH GIFTS, AMOUXTTXR TO (yevrs WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS: I.IST OF GIFTS. OXE GRAKD CASH GIFT OXE GKAXD CASH GIFT OXE GRAXD CASH GIFT OXE GKAXD CASH GIFT 10 CASH GIFTS II0.0OO each 30 CASH GIFTS iOOO each SO CASH GIFTS 1.000 each SO CASn GIFTS SOO each lt CASH GIFTS 400 each ISO CASH GIFTS 300 each SO CASH GIFTS SOO each MS CASH GIFTS 100 each 11,000 CASH GIFTS SO each ltsn.000 loaooo so. ooo .itjoo 100000 1S0.000 so.ooo taooo 40 000 43.000 saooo 32.SO0 000 Wiols Tickets, $50. Coupons, (TenthO Z5 ELKTKX TICKET! FOB 300. Jcr ticket or InfonnatiMi, addre TOOBJ. K. BRaJILETTB, Aceat Pa blie Library Kentncky.LooUrii, Kr FROM OEOliUE J. ItOWELL CO. CASTASSTjTO BOOKS EXST FBEE JOB Prof. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK On Hantsod, Wtaaahcva. aad their Xstsal IatoT relatioaj; Love, Io Lsvn, IWst, ate, Agint are selling from IS to 35 copies a day. ami w end a canraaftu book free to any bonk agent, Addreoa, Utinz experiesn etc, ATI0XAL rUULISUIKB LXl Chicago. I1L, or ML Louis. Mo. octawL -tOOHlT BTJriat, HEts.TOSKEB, m.n.n.T. tbe On-it Illustrated AcnicKLTesai. ami FsxtlV WttKtT. U the IStandard An. Ikartflr nnon lraetfea! SablfCt. SDtl a High Toned Literary JnnuL Only H30ycr lesto CJUb. (ire,! ITfD'inrt3ii i,iiii---'i'- '' tT ThtTtem .Vum&r (Urt. t JjH-J hi Trltl. ft OnjT fnJ Cent: I-trmiam LUU, 4.C, -n-at fn t& Trial Bnlv Knbers. Addrtrt! 1. D- T. jIOORE, UTe-fr VorU City NEW B00K11.oTriI.fM,Tr I.D, anther of "Xlgbt hcen.s In the fuble." and "Onr Hlb-r a Hnnse. of wnicll nesrlv 1UU.IW copico rr were sold. Send for Circnlir. 203 X. 6th St, SL Loul. iln. Z1EULKK & ain.unui. ecrOwL TJLINIXa.l?inP 1. (Commenced in 1337 ) Situated ten mile onth of Law. ivnce, Kansas, on tbe L-. L. and G. K. R. Choice stock of Knot and Ornaramtal Trees. Crape Vines. Smill Fruits, Hedge Plants. Evergreens. Flowering Shrubs. Ac- low for cash. Send for Catalogue and I'm- List. YT. K. lUiau Viulan,!. IfcuigUs Co K.ius.1. nenswi. 'mm mi trees For -tkxo Iiralx,ios. Surir Mailck American Bch, anI Whit Alu Flu Trcr fr ruly ZOc, per 100, r "J iht I 000. Tnlip. Anicri cin Uni.en. ami Swrrt Clittnnt. nlr (1 )cr It 0, nr 413 pvr 1 000; 25ctra prr 100 when mnt lir matL Sfrtrl attnip fitrgrnrralCsktsiIiiicaufl Vricr Litt fur all rarlt-tim Am riraii r'orctit Trrm aud other Nursrry Suck. A IIAT TLZS, G Irani. Vju r23w4. LeMS7c; TqS; Susozxts TATantod. tlSb FOB CiTUOClT. DOMESTIC STWIKQ MACHINE CO, HEW YOIIE. ottijwt Patent Husking Gloves, Prrcrrr Ibr II an 4 Mad Jlakc C'orbnaki3 Kaif. llaiitif thf vtry bnt inatrrUL Smp.pirt"utl GIoTra. tO50. nairCIyvrst, 33L SHt. prtjuiU l ny Mttlicrai1lrrisjt,tTi ri-rt'tpt tf pritr. Ak jronr mrrclnnt fdrthrni.oraiMmct lUixtt UlsKixu GloE Co, 1.3. South Clintuti bt. Chlca-', IIL ort SJwI. "PrnV-TnT1 hixck coxe BCRNKK FOR SI7X ATU'OOD, protlncra thelirpet light. Can bcntelon any oa1 ml Ln.p. Fur Hale by all lamp dralern. Wafl !!" sPIV MEV- G,rU ntl VS w-ntwl. t VFlTaX!il ell Mir Frmcb and Amcncin Jewelry. RiM.ki, Oamm, rH In thetr own loialitit. X camtal nmlrd Catalogue. Ternu. Ar pKXT fkkk. P t. V1CKERV i CO, Au-tnata. Maine. octtw4. $5 to $20 ! their iprr tm per div Agents wantnl1 All ex. youn; r 1 L nuke more nnuier at work for n In ar-are miintrntn. nr all the time, than at anrthinr rliw. Particnlani frc. Addmw G. STINSOX A CO l..rt.and Maine. ornSwI. GRANDEST SCHEME EVES KNOWN, Fourth Grand Gift Concert ron tue uexufit or the PUBLIC LERARY0F KENTUCKY. 12,000 CASH GIFTS, $1, 300,000 $250,000 for $50. The Fftnrth (.rami Gift Concert inthrin-l by srvrlu, act of the LeJatrtre. for the Iwnn'It f t!it tub.ie Li'rry of Kentnrkv. will take place in lnbllc Libnir UalL at Lj. Iville, KfiitucLy, ivi;d.xfdav, dkcrtirkr .x mrx Only sixtv thoiKind tickets will In sold. Ttie tickets an divided in l ten riima nr parts. AtthisCouctrt which ill b thenndet mntlcal dis play ever witnessed tu thU cuautry. the unpn-cedi nted uni rf $1,500,000, riIH.Ir.1 into tiCCO ea.ti jin. wffl be .li.tillntrl l.y l.f aniun tae uckrt 1h4(Iits. I.I.ST OF CJIFTMt ONE GUXI1 CASH CIrT ... . I1XK fiK VXI CASH OlFr OVK ORVM CASH filFT OXE RRAXII CASH GIFT . . . OXE liKANII CASH CtFT 10 CASH IMFTS ftnita net, SI CASH GIFTS iOTO each SD C VSH GIFTS I.OD0 rjrli 811 CASH fi I FTS 3fl0 each 1(M1 Csil GIFTS ) rirh 130 C SH GIFTS 3l each av CAMI I i I FTS -Jsl each 3i'. CASH GIFTS 1J0 ratli It OliO CASH GIFTS ai r- rU $310,000 11)0,000 .10,000 J.1.000 17.300 . foti.ooo 1.10.000 .10,000 -10,000 to.000 -J .1,000 20,000 3.t..100 .530,000 TOTAL liWXl GIFTS, .U. CS!I aniomitiu to 4 f, .100.000 The dtstrilititinn will be f'- 1" vlMtrwrall lh. tirkrt arr sol 1 or mt and the lOUO lfts all tsiit iu nniisirtiou ti llielicUtsMld I'ltlCF OT TICKETMi rhnl"T'rCts.l'iO: Ilahes. fr. Tenths, or -irS Commn, 5. Eleven Wlirl Tirlrts f..r a). Sij Tu krl f.r 1 U. IU Whole Titki-ts for eOOO !SS Wh..rTi.kelH.rlrJ0 Xn discount on less thin fj worth of Ticket at tmiw. Tickets now readjr f-T lulc. aad all order. .i4-c.eii;siteiMi hr the money nrom;ttIv illicit Liltcra! trt,isaienvtbi'i.e who bur to sell arsin. TIIOS. I.-. BBtni.IiTTS, Aleut Publ l.ilr Kv anl IIjiuii r G'ft irirt. octUwt rabhc Ubnir I!.lldmi L.jisr,!! JJy $hcrifr.i Sale. STATE OF KANSAS, J ,. ItoMriiix Coi rr. J B:v In the Di'trict Conrt for Iloniplun County, State of Kansas. Malone A. Cfl-erx n, ) I'laintliT'L rs. J. E. L. Mcrse and C J Jones, ) )t ferdants. "TOTICE is hereby irfTen that I will, on the eth dar of X Notember, A. I. IST1. st the hmr of 2 nVlock. I", it, of said da, at the nirtli donrof the Coon Honse. in the ril) of Tro, In Doniphan Connty. htsle of Kansas, otter for sale, at puMic auction, forcush. tho following ilescribed real estate, to wit. The west hair of Lot nine. (!) and the west half of Lot ten. 110) all in ISItsrk one, (I) in C. J. Jones' A ddition to tho City of Tror, In Doniphan Coon tj .State of Kansas. Taken ss the property of K. L. Morse, and offered for sale to the hihe.t bidder for cash, to satis. i" "rtsin jadOTient and ets, now of record in the Dis trict Court for Doniphan Count) Mate or Kansas, in which J. It Malone and C. P. Epperson, partners as Malone Is. Epperson, are plslntifls, aad E. L. Morse and C J. Jouea are defendants. Qlren under ray hand, this t th day of October. A. D. 1ST1. SAMUEL MAQUILKEX. . frhctiffof Doniphan Count r. O. tober 9. 1 7J-0w. Pr- fee. J. Sheri.rs Snlc. STATE OF K XSAS, I . , Dotni-i Cm. jrrr, J aiv Inthe Di-triet Conrt for Doniphan Comity, State of Xansa. John Brerkinridee, J nalntiff. JoeifrollrtaLJ jDefen.Iants ' "VfOTICE I hrrr1.r-frcn.lkat I will, on the 81 h day of JJ Xorember, A. D. Irtlut the hoar of 1 ocbk. P. M, of said day. at the north door of the Conrt House, in tbe City of Tror. In Doniphan Connty, Sute of Kansas, offer for sale, at public suction, for cash, the followlo- described real estate, to wit: Lot ten, (10) tlerrn. til) and twelrr, (11 In Block twenty seren. (7) in the City of Troy. Doni phan County. Kansas. Taken a the property of Joel Holt et 1.. aad offered for sale to tbe hlchest bidder for cash, to aatUfr a certain Jndsment nd cost. nw of record In the District Court for Iemiphan County, la tbe State of Kan. a. ia which John UrecUnrid-e la plitotiff, and Joel Holt et aL are defenibnts. Given under mr hand, this (th dar of Ootoher. A. D. 1673. fWMUEL MAQUILKEX. Sheriff of Dunlphan Conntr. OrtoVr 3. 1K3-3W. IV fee. t9- ELIJAH FLEMIiNG, DEALER IX Grain and Live Stock, TROY, KANSAS, "VTtTTLL continue, sa heretofore, to par th. top of the IT market, in Cash, fur all kinds of Grata and lire Stock soluble for shipment, la large quantities or small, and i alwsys ready for trade, ItJuIyTtmS. Sheriff' Sale. STATE OF KAXSAS, ,.,. Do:irH Cocmr. J03 In the District Conrt for Doniphan County, Sute of Kin sis. a S. Ball. 1 Plaintiff. T. I Sarah Jane St. Georpe, J. sn-I I Defendant. OilrerSt-Gecrse, j 'TOTICE I hereby rirrn. that I win. en the tad day ol Xl Xorember. A- D- IrtXatthe hoar of s o'clock. P. JU of said dar, st the north disrr or the Court Honse. In the city of Troy, In Dompban Ocmty, SUte of Kansas, offer for sale, at public auction, for cash, the following described real eute to wit: Lot Xl one (I) and two. ft In Itlock Xo. ten. GO) In Iowa Point, Doniphan Coantr. State of Kansa. Taken aa the property or S-irah Jane'SL George tt U and offered tm sale to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy a certain Jqdrment and cost, now of record In the District Curt for Doniphan ConntT. in the Sute of Kansas, in which 0. 8. 1UII is plaintiff, aad Sarah Jane St. George et at are defendant. Gtren nnder my hand, thi 21it day of October, A. D. SAMUEL MAQUILKEX. Sheriff of Doniphan ConntT. October a, lcTS-iw. Pr. fee, 110. For CARDS. TICKETS. BLANKS, CIRCULARS, At, come to ths Cliff office. BUSUfESS CAlttiS. BODER BROS., Sonth west corner of the PabBe Square, Troy, Kansas. T OAN MOXET, BUT S0TIC9L SELl" EXCHAKOK JLi on principal cities, boy and arj County Wamati,oM Silver. Ao, and BeceiT Deposit. lijoijTTrl. BODES BROTHXItx. DR. W. REEDER, IliyNiciati and Surgeon. Office fa C. ?. Pick ford f Co.'m Drug Start, TROY, KANSAS. SipiTX J. B. WHEELER, M. D.f PK ACTICAT. AX1 OrEKATlTK StTRflEtW, Tror, Jbjunon. Special attrntlnn wllll cir-a t tb trwt rorat of Cbrontc Dunnes, DUawt ofth Ej A. Oflfe at my rn.idei.ca. llJnlrTTf I. TOM. HI. PIERCE, gJTECIAL attention given to boau.es io Doniphan Cotm- 17 ty. dthirre. ATCHISON. B7ASSAS. Ssngn. ALBERT PERRY, - TKOr, KANSAS. Omcc, South-east Conxzn rcnuc Sqcabic SangT. B. HI. JOH'STOiV, Attoraey svt Law, TROV. IfA'SAM. Oticx Went Sid, PaUic Sqoara. ia J.ffsUlniWtor. Vp Stair. IfjulyTxTl. N.-B: WOOD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, aitiai, s-is.'.. OKee, TTeat ef Conrt ITmis.. IIjiiHTSjl O'DHISCOLL & GEAY; Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Ti:OV. bA.t.X. Offlrr. tarlbeast Comer Pnfclie Sanan. X7H.I. pnrtkeinsntheCnHs.rtIieAMnvtJnlicial , y UMincl. amllliesnrnirdiiirtari IIJlll. T1. P. S. SOPER, Jnstice of tie Peace and General ftsnwr TKOY, KANSAS. lOLT.ECTIOKS nuile. ami Taxes palil f-r nno-realdrnta. v irmrr. ' West Siile Tubtic S-inare. over Case's Store. ljlI.Kyl. J. F. HAMPSON, .rn?tico or the Peace AND CONVEYANCER, TKOY, UOXU'HA.V COUNTY, K.NSAS. COl.I.FTTIOXS nrumntlr altrnJi-J to. Cmrt Hnnse.) (Office at tlis ltjalv75jl H. IV. SEAYER, Koinry Ulic, ai GHbclnii IfEit IH0HLAXD, KA.V6AS. COXVE V AXCIXG. and all UnIa of Led writins. dons in the beat st) le. on short notirw. (Jwii. IX 'R-ly. R. M. WILLIAMS, IVotnvy Iulllc, Convcyimccr, AXIX- EEAL ESTATE AGENT, AVIIITIi: CZ.OJJI, KANSAS. TW AXES paid for non resHents. lanls Ineatetl. and saleant JL real esLite made at rensonabln ratea. (mch.. Tl. J. Y. IIOLIaEBAITGH, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, (OVEB C V. X1AE3' STOCK.) AVIiitc Oloutl - - - jfCanKaj. Oct. 1. 1S8. L. D. STOCKING, Rao-n Wcxl SZte-of TuUic Sqttrr, heo doort Xorlk of City Hotel, "TROY. KAIXAS. Clocks, Wutclics and Jewelry lrpnired. ItJoljTIjI A8T6. 3IH.L.ER,. DEALER IX DRUGS AND-MEDieiKS Paints Oils, dc, &c, M'ATIIENiV, r t ICV2VSAH. ra-IHEsttmtioi.oCpsysieaiKs dmlers.and IhepnWlc -en-JBL enlh Is nrrited tn the rmrnLeeienSs offerrd to aa5 loners. ru,i. Mclirine l)dx raints, I"ntty. Brasher, .Viivtow Grss DjeSttiO. I'nre Wines and Lninor. at the en tiwest ntns. School Uks. Slstioncrr. Wall Taper, I'.elur. MonUiae. ac, at a rery moderaU adraaeo oa thw mannf-ernrers" price. SanX73yt. IIIOISY II93jii-;, IVortU Wide- ot JtnlHo &znamyr TROT. KAttSAS. niAItr.HK I1K3BY, PswpriWor. THIS Honse is 'ante end new.an.1 1 the principal Hotel fntheCftr. Icate.1 In tho hnsines. port of town.an.1 near lb Qnsrrk ITjitn.. Thelat.lerwaTcowhim IhehesC th ri irket atOnU. Beds-sent. nd rotoras well furniabe.1. Attention cien to the wimta-.,f all gnent. .; -ood Zitsrttable and Wages fanl adiolains. lan2y. J. r. wit-sot. w. c wiimt. WlXSOir & K0B.ErTT-.ATX GEXEft.iIl.3rJ3Xin EZ Dry Goods,, loSiing, NOTIONS, QOESSWSfflE, And all MscVof Fancy and Staple Grownex, Sijn of Gran Fronf, Son Hi vrc.t Corner Pnhllc s8Kv TROY, ICAJVSAS. BtiriXO onr Goods tnm first hands. Ia Eastern mT ket. we can aad will Mil a cheap aa any sons, ta th "'T- - UlwlynyL HENRY KAUTS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ASD North or Pablle Sqaare, TROY, JCJLSHA.S. Renalrinz and palntln: deo with nestnes aad tUspoiea. aad all work warranted. l IJalyltylT A. BENNETT & SONS ARE BUTIXQ ALL THB iTTieat, Barley, Oafs aad Cent nriHAT r offered, for which they ars payta; tie algasst A. morkel price. Yoa that hare grain Uoa. gtrsn. call, at EAST N0EWAY, Otlhs Si. JovpkomdDmper City Railroad. SSJnlyW. Desirable Town Property for Sale.. A GOOD property tea desirable loesUoa ia the City of White Clond. consulting of three large lot aad two pra uweumc-annate t oneren ror Mje, eiiaer ror caab. or w ricuuge ier sxocc or Esroua? ' land. For mrtLsaIin apply to CHARUU BURKHALTEX. Troy, Kansas. ol SherilTs Sale STATE OF KAXSAS, !, Doxtmu Coltttt. j0 In the District Court for Doniphan County. State of Kaasaa. Isaac Cord, 1 PlalnUJt 3IatHoUC.Ece and A, G. Eje, I Defendant. WOTICE U htreby giTen. that I will, on the 2M day of XI XoTember, A. II. 1S73. st the hnurof 1 o'clock, p. nl f aiil dar. at the north door of the Conrt House, in tbe Cite or Troy. In Doniphan Connty, Sute of Kansas, offer for sale, at public anctlon. for cash, the following described real esUte, tn wit: The north-weit nnarter of section twenty four. CM I in township three. (3) of range twenty (SO) in-Doniphan County. Sute of Kansas. Takes aa ths property of Matilda CE-e and A, G. Ege, and offered for ale to the hlzhent bidder fur cash, tn satisfy a certain judg ment and emu now of record In the District Conrt for Don iphan Coonty. in the Sute of Kansas, in which Isaac Card U plaintiff, aad Matilda C. Eg and A. O. Ege are defead int. GiTea nnder ray hand, tUa Slat day of October, A. D. 16TX 8AinJrU MAQUILKEX, October 3, len-Sw. encrw oi voAipaaa Connty. Tra fee, tie;"