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.uBiB" LTlhe raU- of per year s-:s.'',''fu:ei'ubl"b"' .Jin- - rilns bwj Atiiro: - " 1 year. 1 10.00 17.00 23.00 40.00 75.00 15000 tLSO 400 700 10 00 J5 00 rr.oo 10 00 17 00 25.00 40 00 75.00 7t 10 00 1500 25 00 40 00 15.00 25.00' OwWcmn In accordance with the 5-r-nS2ib?icSSK Ac frit insertion. """ ' .our. ,nns to be rertined to. will be in addition to the regular 'T.tfcerUiyio '.-- abepsidforinvlyln SrrwTukt. b tLffi AGE-fTS. , . , in Puk Rn, ire oor only rrnPREF EOWTLL k CO, " ' " York. i!sa&5S"M,,,,,T js:ttkcB,ctaw -r.7.,70KTV DIRFCTOBT. gSSSSrfiwbf. cYnsiructlon-D. D. M frllr. I Archie. Somsr-Beii Wiuo. Deputy. Euwarp x. mss. SOCIETY JJlliECTOJtY. I. O. O. F. rnlTE CLOUD LOHGB. X C I. 0.i.f n F mls at wa itiinwi , ""' vr. M Hstbis. K. s. TEOTcnrLow.c jjo.38, 10a r ""J TKUl t.4l,fcir IlalLov.rC Lrlanda sti.n. T rr.y. Tnr-'iTS"ii.U..ir "". iIcA1)AjIS X. c. haUKS. C V StliSal r- b- Swn KiiUind Ksr-as. F- j- 0"E. 3.. G. E B. GsTCHtx, K. S. A. F. & A. m. Am "wiim- riori) uidge. Nn.7a a fa a M mUl. l ""J' "H. tl'ir.1 t.ry f WerVa n.l.l,- .... Il.f Lcr "" ksbv m". .' - Ibe FuU M.n. hi each month. "JJof jL C vr Siiari-S S11ITHIOX UIIHJF. X 1. A. F. 4. A M m-.h at ,br 1I.H in ll.SMsd. on Fri.Uv nisht on or Uef,.j, ; the loll M.n. and i-vrry lo wrt-k. thereafter. iiUn. Mmmfta WII1TTIXGTOX. TV. M. Cn E. Fox, Sec yASOXIC-TwTLrfgeXo 55. A- F. and A. llssjm mrtt ! thrfr Hsll M..ndiy rrenini.. on or Wf..re the fu II In tfch month, and the Md bstnnlsv ni ahl lhiv. jtr C. G. BLIIlOt, - -ii- JmcsM Tvr ecrftary TATI1ENA LOD;E. Xo. ft. A. F i A M lnet at Unr 1IU. in Walhrna, eTcrj fint and ',,.ri,t",:'r.'.ve- n!ng b. 11A1C1I, .il AIG IIIUEE. bM. Patrons of Husbandry. SrilSIlT GRAXGE. T OF II. mert la the Klippel Sfb.l Uonne.on the first and third Tburjday nlshta ol MchniMith. j. i. aiuih " J Eujiui, Secretary CEXTKAI. GUAXGE. X". 4W mots ererr Rtnrddy sflrtnwn, at I o,clnrk, in the Odd Fellows' Mall. Troy. Visiting brethren will be welcome. ,. Jnx M TKACV, Master. Tuouas Iirsnau, Srcreur) Atchison nnd. Vefcrnkn Uoilrnr. Ttvu TaU .. &. taking tftct Xortmbcr 16, IcTX DAILT, EXCEPrSTJXDATS. UOIX8 NOKTll. Jrulo At Freight. Malt u? El Atchlseu. 130pm. 7 Warn L05p.m. IH.dii.1ud, 4-04 " HI " 1-J30 " Breanrr. 3i " c50 " 1J0 " Trej Jurction, a5 00 " a 10 - 2.0J " d505 - d9-20 Finning. 3 30 " 9-J5 - 2.20 " IllsbLnd Matlon, 5 48 " lOS " -S. Iowal'omt, 6.20 10 42 - B4a KbltfCloud, aC4S sll.10 " 300 - d705 M dllJ3 " " " Kulo, 8.15 " 12.25 p.m. 335 " rsllaClty. 1-M " 4 1-5 - Salrm. 10 44 " IlnmboWL 3J4 - 5 05 " TsUeKock, 4 23 " 5JQ " Tecumseh, 5 .50 - 63s - Stsrhag, 725 - 7 15 " Liacoln, II 00 p. m 8-55 p. m. cores SOUTH. Vaild Ez. freight Butt Ac Lincoln, 6-10 a. m. 3-30 a. m. Stelhng, 8 08 " 6 45 " Trcumsrh. 8 4J " 7.52 " TsbleRoek, 923 - 925 " Humboldt, 9 45 " 10-20 " Salem. 10.24 " 11.52 " rsllsC.ty, 10 41 " 1 10 p.m. Enlo. 11 10 " 2 00 " 5 45 a. ro. White Cloud. a 11-35 - a50 - d 12.00 in. 305 " d38 " IowsTolnt 12:15.m. 3J0 " 7-00 Highland &Uticn, I2J3 " 4 05 " 7J0 " Fanninr. 13 40 - 4 16 - 7 42 " Trey Junction, a 4.50 af.15 " 12J8 " d500 " d8J0 M Brenner. 1 03 ' 5 20 " 9TO " lKmiohsn, tJO " 5J6 M 9 42 " Atchison, lJOp ra. 6.30 p. m. 10-20a.ro. JSf-ja'-iC-iJ-i e-- fix-- U 5i'5l5s-Js?ss.- 3 i3 2-5." ; 2.E.3E.2 s-3 a ? JS.15iri'i,2.S-a5 5 54;B!. g 3 ?ai -R;7 -5i o-r : B t ' S ' " g 3??Si?jS5f45:453r43 g S?jSSS2.SS 5;S3i; n 1 iliriaaSsaaliTJJ.s T t ki 3i-5 v 3 -r r I m fi m 's Sis I ?; J& p-5ill E 5 F 1 IJ.B .3? . i r. 3 I 2. Bi ?-g 52 . 5- i . 1 I -.s- . ? g- s a - : r is -.1 s" b & s-s : t5-: : ll I 5 g s : . I . Ff . -J P r . : Si . . : : : - S - S 3a'S .sS-wT? w 3 s --1-. -?.?5rr s 'MX'.?:rK? 3H-S -S,a-.tJ-t.t-',uB5 ' -- ?? s-.-o.-.-as- - T5Zs:iC- 7K-?S.S Z?- 55.L 2 5 5 23r ?' iSeiT" 3 1 5 BfclS r- - c:s i. -. - 2.72. S3 & ex? c-P E 3 H 3,000 Balls of 'tTall Paper, wt received from the Xew Tork mannfscturer, and will bs sold st from 121 ts 30 cenU per roll Call and examine ft yourselves. BiCETOED A. Sttclue. Steit XoncE Strayed from the rear of the M. E. Church, iu Troy, a small building. 4 by S feet Any Infor mstion in regard to IU whereabouU will be liberally re srded by THE Mehbxes. Seed Them. I haveaqoanUtyof clean Spring Wheat, which I will H it (I Si per bushel. It U of superior quality for seed. J. B. KKXXEDT, tw. Residence 4 tulle south of Troy. Ct"The GrsngeraUield a Picnic in the Odd Fellows; Hi", but Saturday. The attendance was large; the ta bles were set the eatire length of the room, wUh an abun uce to cover them, and all U said to have passed off Pleasantly. SOKxTBTxa Xew. "Grangers' CoUsrs," at Wm. alasa'a. Uw Plow Gears, or any other kind of Gears, at Maaa'a. Ssis prepared to it yrm oat on lis shortest notice. Call ud see him. ty White, Ceal Oil at Bjcuoed k. SnvaAtEy. Lctnt Item. We ire having March weather to perfection freezing at sight, and thawing In the day. Eoads are somewbst recoveilng from their precarious condition, through the influences of a warm sua, and the gentle breeze wafted from aouthem dimes. Grain business aomewbat doll, on account of tho rarity ofgoodroada. The blacksmith shop at thia place (a in fall operation, under the management of Mr. Flodin. whoae elill as a me chanic Is unsurpassed in Doniphan County. He solicits the patronage ofallthoae who wUh good wolk done, at reasonable price. Mrs- PhiL Owens, Mlsa Dirty Owens, and Mr. Ed. Townseod, all of St. Joseph, hare been spending a few days In thia city, visiting the Tarioua placea of interest, end having a good time in general. They left by special train last Sabbath, accompanied by oar fellow townsman, 1L V. Gregg. Dr. Blakely, formerly of Troy, Eanssa, haa concluded to cast hla fortnnea with that of Leona. We nnderstand that be etand high in his profession, and hope his ability in the medical profession will receive dae appreciation. The prospects for a fine yield of wheat next harreat, woto never belter. So aay the tillers of the soil. Mr. Balrd, of Severance, formerly of the firm of Balrd 4 Closcb, spent a day among us. A party from Ohio, contemplate pnttlng cp a grist mill at this place, neit Spring. The matter will be decided in a few days. Hope the indacementa will be sufficient to seenre the erection of the mill. There could not bo a bet ter Investment In Doniphan County. OVT or LlXt Laat week, while we were publishing a long article exonerating the FosUimce at this place from blame for mall troubles, the Postmaster waa publishing a card in the BepuLXctm, pronouncing aome of oar atate menta relatlrs the maila false, for the accommodation of aereral route agents. We hare nnt often undertaken to defend onr Postmaster, and if this ia the auccess we meet with, we shall let out the Job altogether. The Atchison mail geta here an boar and a half before the mail from the west on the Denver Road, and nineteen days out of twen. ty, we get our Atchison mail from the oce nry soon after It ia distributed, and lung before the western mail arrives. We again say, mnat emphatically, that for many weeka past, a great deal of eastern mail haa come in from the west, sometimes aa frequently aa every alternate day St Louis and other Eaatern papers, and occasionally a St Joseph paper; and more than once, lettera from the East and from Topeka. We know it, for we hare got this mail from the office after the arrival of that western mail, after having previously emptied oar box upon the arrival of an other maila. If this was not done on the Denver Knad, then the negligence wss in the Trey Post office. But not withstanding the Postmaster baa Joined in the issue against us, we still say that the fault was not In the Troy Post-office, but on the Denver Knad. It la a aignillcent fact, that since the publication of the Item which has ex cited the Ire of tho Route Agenta, this trouble has not cc enrred. We repeat, that we told the exact truth in the matter, notwithstanding the combined fudignation of the Routo Agenta. Charley Brown, who has charge of the Post-office, can bear testimnny tint we hare several times spoken i4i him on the subject. Finally, we hare never complained of the condition In which the mail was ri-ceiv. ed. there waa no use iu their mentioning the matter. Since writing the above, it haa been explained to us thst sometimes, in the haste in nuking up the mail lu the Sts Ji eph office, mail fur the othces at this end of the road is put iuaacVs marked for the western division. Thia being tbe caiM. why could nit the Route Agents hae mad the expUntion, without jretlln: out a card to prute that we lied I So the fact reuialus that mall matter Aas been car ncd through, and been brought back from the wist? Skteke Acciiext. Saturday nl;ht, a party of men. in two wagons, left town fur their homes In the country, pretty well intoxicated, driving tolerably fast, and maktug considerable noise. Wben turning the comer beyond the school house, tbe party in the first wagon, consisting of three persons, occupying one seat, got to pusbiug and crowding, and trying to push each other off the aeat- Two of them fell out, and tbe horses being firlghted. became unmanageable. When the persons iu the rear wagon be came aware of the situation, aud a halt waa effected, search was made for the persons who had fallen out, and tbey were found in the road, piled one on the top of the other. The upper one waa not hurt much, but tbe other, named Murphy, was badly Injured, lie was brought to town, and after having the mud washed oil of bim, aud his con dition examined, it waa found that hla collar bone and one of bis ribs were broken, his fce badly cut. and bis bips injured. It is supposed that beside the injury received from his fall, either the horses kicked him, or the rear team ran over him. The wounded man was patched up by Drs Wheeler and Cash, and bis Injuries are not thought to be dacgerous. Xovel Tea Stock. An ingenions friend at East Xorway has presented us with a pen stock made of the cob of an ear of pop-corn. Aa it is no Isrgcr than an ordinary pen stock, it will be seen that It required nice whittling to get It down t proper proportions without encroaching upou the pith in aome placea. The following note accompanied the gift Mr. E Jitor. It haa been said that the "pen Is mightier than tbe sword." Believing this to be true. I present ynn an implement of war, whub I hope you will wield with power and skill, as long as there la any thing like dishones ty or corruption to be found in the practices of our public men. This pen is readv rigged for use a pen that, if pro perly taken care of. will last until tho Grangers (t) correct all existing evils. The point Is of the best steel, tempered to suit the times eoated with gutta perchs, to prevent be coming foul or rusted. The stick, grown iu the "garden of the West," Hilly provea that wc are not dependent on foreign manufacturers for onr pen-stocks, lira will at oneo see the present Is of no trifling vslne; because when usea up as a pen, me siock may serve you in uio. i paeny. XoRvrar. Vietcx TaifjirHAST. Monday nibt. a large bonfire was built in the street, and "Billy the Wind" started around with a bell. Upon inqnlring aa to the occasion, we learned that it wss the annual election for officers of the Burr Oak Central Rrailroad. Soon a large crowd gath ered In tbe old building slonchways across from the public well, formerly occupied by Charley Miehallla for tho sale of dry and wet goods. Link Morse was unanimously elect ed President of the Bnrr-Osk Central j whereupon Link, being called out, returned thanks in an eloquent and well timed speech, which was greeted with thunders of ap plause. We hesr it rnmored that Link will be brought out for TownsUp Trustee, and "Billy the Wind" for City Mar ahaL Gin CosXEET. Ia thia paper will be found the adver tisement of a Giit Concert to be held at Leavenworth, April 30th, for thepnroose of erecting a Juvenile Reform School. The capital prlie is a magnlflcsnt residence and grounds in Leavenworth, valued at (100.000. with other valuable property gifts, and cash prizes ranging from (20. C00 down to (2.50. Tho price of tickets is (2.50. Simon Abeles. the proprietor. Is one of the most respectable citl xens of 'Leavenworth, and a large number of tbe most prominent mea in the city, together with the City Council and State officers, have united In a testimonial of his honor and reliabilisy, and the expression of their belief thst the drawing will be conducted fairly, and the prizes paid hon orably and promptly. Cp Sam. All'n, out the Junction, has Invented a new letter and bill copying press. Xot exactly invented the press, either, but the application and utilization of so much hitherto wssted lower, lie plscrs the writing to be cop ied In the book, sbnts it, places it on a chair, and aita en it with a weight that makes that piece of furniture fairly creak. Tbe work ia dene in three seconds, aa efiectnally as by the best copying press. Wc can certify to this, for we have seen it done. Whether every man'a press has the aame force aa Sam's, or whether the virtoo lies In a pecu liar twist, we sre unable to say. Patent aprlied for not on the presa, for that ia an old implsment, but on the ap plication of it. The noEO"c Match. In the pigeon match at St. Joseph, the Troy boys were badly beaten, the score atandlng 41 for the St Joseph Clnb. and 27 for Troy. lth sldeo made about Ibe worst sbootins ever known, end the worst was done by tbe men who were acconnted the best shnta. The largest score made by any man waa 7, and from thst down to 0. But it is e lairoeil that the shooting was doue nn 'er a combination of very disadvantageous circumstances. The Tmy ley8 at onee challenged the St. Ji-e. Club to shoot them a mstch at Troy, on S tturday, the 21st. We OU Crura. We copy from tbe St. Joseph GautU tbe account of a wedding in that city. It serms but re cently that we "atood np with the parents of the bride, when they were married; now the father is desd. the mother a widow, and tbe daughter a married woman. It is sneb little incidents aa thia that make ns feel that wa are growing old ! Cp We return our thsnks to Mrs. R. H. Montgomery, tor the present of a splendid fruit-cake, Usteful'y decora- tad with a variety of goodiea. Mrs. Montgomery, having. prepared, for tbe Grange ncnic, determined that If the printer could not participate aa a Granger, he ahould have a shsre of the rrnser. We bsre a special regard fsr those ladles who always remember the printer. 5 Tltula Catherine"Bah, wifo of W H. Bush, of "V ' ",. ,r.l," vTCt, :j- '"," ... I." mguianu,uicui -w-. "-. "w sue v.... tu-,, ,ffl mmi inr inamur u-rrui vim niamiL been afflicted for a number or years with Consnmp. tion. Sh. was buried at Wath -SundT The erased was a sister of IT. T. Stewart, editor of the Wathe na Efporitr. Cp D. D. Boas, County Superintendent of Pnblio In. strocUon. waa married on Thursday evening lbs 5th lust. to Miss C. H. Hnlae, of TTayne Townahip. Rev. A- H. LiHT officiated. 'Prhere theEoaeand the Lilly flturod so prominently, it ought to be a proplUoua omen that the pathway of the couple win be atrewn with Bower. tMr. Julius Brown hsa taken the Bakery and Con fectionery recently occupied by Mr. Schklstoter. and keep a full supply of ssoda to Ida line. tadnnlaZ frreh bread of the pert cnat-. Hr Stephen Plckard, Geary City, Kansas, and James IE Mckson, tVhita Cleud, Einaaa, hare letters to their address held for peeUje at St Joseph. EEAL ESTATE TBAJttJFBBSj. Filed far Becard Darius tbe Manth of Fcbra . wry, 1874. WAEKASTtE. William D. Rippey and wife to Aaron Long, south half of north-weat quarter section 35, township 3, range 19, (1,250. Barbara Delzeit to Xlcholaa Hess, south-west fractional quarter section 7, township 4, range 1 (1.500. Xicholaa Hen to Xlcholaa Delzeit, 52 acres in south west corner of north west quarter section 7, towahip 4, range 19; (750. James Mitchell to Julia A. Fox, Lot I. Block 86, High, land. (200. Augustus Pennel and wife to ITewton PenseL 47 acres in south-east corner of north west quarter section 11, townships, range. 20: $625. A. Jeffs and wife to R. W. Hunt, Lot 8, Block 9. Troy ; (SO. G. P. Lirennore and wife to Albion Lirermore, Lots 9 and 10, Block 9, Wathena; (300. Henry Churchill and wife to Edward S Alien, south half of southeast quarter sectioa 23, township 2, range 19; (2.509. James B. Maycard to II. L. Zimmerman. Lot 4, Block I; Lot I. Block 5; Lota 1 and 2. Block 9; Lots 14 and 15, Block 11; Lou 16 and 17. Block 12: Lots 7 and 8. Block 13: Lou 13 and 14. Block 39; Lets 5 and 6, Block 43, Lot 13. Block SO; Lota 3 and 4, Block 52. Lot U. Block 53. Lots 13 and 14. Block 55, Maysard, (225. Margaret Long to Eliza A. W3kiascn, part of Lot 6, Block 2, Troy. (340. Allen Jones and wife to Jackson Dsrault, Lot 1. and a tract of 3 acres, both In the aoath east quarter section 23, township 2. range 19; (355. Abram Jeffs to Wm. M. Shepherd, part of Lots 3 and 4, Block IS, Troy; (2,000. Jenny Power to E. A. Danlap. Lota 4. 5. 6, 7, 8. 9, 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. 17. 18. 19. SO. 21, Block 81. Palermo; (350. Mark Vogan to Frank Tberit, Lot 9, Block 16, Wathena; (85. Thomas Hills and wifs to Sarah E. Dempaey, Lot 4. Block 27. Troy; (CO. . Heirs of Evana to Craig k Xabruug. (by Administrator.) south-west qusrter section 33, township X range S3. (1,700. Thomaa H. Franklin and Haxael Frick and wivea to William H. H. Curtis, Lot 4, Block 4, Severance; (50. William H. H. Curtis to Franklin & Frick, Lot 3. Block 4, Seversnce; (50. C. C. Clonch and wife to D. J. Miwherter, Lot 2, Block 6, Severance: (75. Mary A. Lewis snd William Lewis to David M. McCar ty, south hslf of south-east qusrterof north east quarter section 29, township 2, range 21; (200. Michael Eirwin to John J. 0"XeiL north-east fractional quarter section 4. township 3, rsngc 21; (3.000. John W. Fornian and wife to Jacob F. Zimmerman, Lots 7 and 8. Block 2d. Maynard. (300. James M. nawley and wife to Freedom G. Robertson, aouth west quarter sertiou 55, township 4, range 19, (2.275. Sarah II Maupin to Xaucy A. Murray, fractional north east quatter section Id. township 5. range 21, (1.000. Benjamin Scoit and wife to Isaac X. Small wood, south east quarter of north west quatter section 6, tiunsbip4, range 21. (1,230. Jacob X. Zimmerman to James B. Maynard. 32 acres of southeast quarter of north-east quaner section 30, town ship 3. range 21, (G12. Martin L. Zimmerman and wife to Mary A. Maynard, Lota 2 3. 4, 5. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. 13. 14. 15, 16, Block S3, LoU 1, 2, 13, 14. Block 55. Maynard, (200. Alftnl Saxey snd Elizabeth Saxey to Cora L. Saxey, Lot 22, Block 10, Majnard, (200. Daiid McCoy and wife to Fi.Ul Grsnirr, south half of iioilli t-it quarter of uoilh-east quarter sevtivu 29, town shii2, range SI. (.00. Samuel Plotner and wife to Jonathan Leigh, Lot 9, Block 70, Highland. (100. J. W. Heath. S. F. Baldwin, aud John K. Randall, and wives, to Lucicn E. Carter, Lots 3, 4, S, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Block 35, EistTroy. t"20O. Adaui Brenner and wife to Carl Ilaberstruh, Lots 23 anil 24. B ock 272, Duuiphan Extension; (200. Frankliu Thomas snd wife to John Swiggitt, Lou II and 12, Block 1, Iowa Point, (275. Caroline Bllimek and Charles Bilimek to Edmund l.il imek, LoU 7 and 8, Block 43. Doniphan. (100. Ignasz Zeiser and wife to Moses Mitchell, Lot 6. Block 18, Xorth Wathena; (254. Edward Thornton, Ellen Thornton, Daniel Thornton, and Mary Ann Thornton, to William Vanschoiack, north hslf of north east quarter section 25, township 2, range 20, (ISO. Edward and Daniel Thornton and wives to William Vanschoiack, south hslf of northeast quarter of sooth west quarter section 25, township 2, range 20; (200. Qurr-cuiiu. Thomas A. Hays and wifo to J. A. Matney. Lots 1 and 2, in section 31, tow nskip 3. range 22. II.2S0. WblU Cloud City Company to Charles Burkhalter, Lot 24, Block 32. White Cloud, (1. Elizabeth Flabavhen to John A. Cbapson, south half or north-west quarter section 17. township 2 range 19, excep ting 5 asres on north side of ssid tract, (I. ooi xi:.-ient riTEXTS. Tbe United SUtes of America, by James Buchanan, President, to Thomas Wildbabn, Lots Xo. land 2, of sec tion 34, township 3, rango 22, on Land WarranU. TAX PEED9. Doniphan County to Frank M. Tracy, Lots 3 and 4, Block 1, Lots 3, 4, 5, 6. Block 3; la ts 9 and 10, Blik 41, Lot 16, Block 8. Lots 4, S. 6, 7, 8. 11, 12, 13 19, 29, Block 9 LoU 5, 6. 10, Block 13, Lots 12. 17, IS. Block 14, Lot 15, Block 15, LoU 1, 2, 8, 9, 10 Block 22. Lots 3 and 4, Block 33. Lots 18. 19 20, Block 35; L"U 1 snd 2, Block 37, LoU 9, 10, 19. 20. Block 33. LoU 7, 8. 16. Block 39, LoU 12, 13. 15, Block 41: LoU 1.2.5,6, Block 44, LoU 7 and 8. Block 47, LoU 1, 2. 19 20, Block 49. LcU 7 and 8. Block 51 East Troy; to. Doniphan County to Frank M. Tracy. Lot 15. Block 8. LoU 13 and It. Block 9. LoU II. 12. 13. 14, IS. 16, 17. 18. Block 10: LoU 17 and 18. Block 13, LoU 1, 2, 9. 10, II. 12, Block 21, Lots 7. 8, 13. 14, 17, 18. Block 32. LoU 1, 2. 19. 20. Blook 33, LoU 13 and 14, Block 33, Lots 7, 8. 17, 18. Block 36; Lot 12. Block 37; Lot 11. Block 40; Lots 1 and 2, Block 53, East Troy; (3J0. 'Doniphan County to Rozal A Brown, 6 acres in north. eaat corner of noitbwrst fractional quarter section 3, township 4, range 22, (7.10. Good Books John Cain, of Wille Cloud, hat received the agency, for Doniphan County, for several of ibe best and most popular anbscriptlon books out, and win at once commence canvassing for subscribera. Tbe Teople's SUndsrd Edition of tho Holy Bible a large and elegant edition, superior to anything heretofore published. Tho following are a few ed" the content, and will give an Idea of tbe work : A complete Concordance, tbe Psslms lu meter, nearly one hundred thousand mar ginal readings and references, and a Historical and Chro nological Index to tho entire word, to which are added a comprehensive Trestise upon tne literature, lliswry. ami inspiration of the Bible, exhaustive Tsbular aids, and a concise History of all the Denominations and SecU lu every age of the world; also, illustrative maps, full page engravings, and a gallery of overnve nunureu illustra tions and descriptions, embracing Scriptural scenes antt Events from the Creation of the World to tbe close of the Canon, and Representing Biblical Architecture. Cnst. ma. Art. Sciences. Rites, Coins. Writings, Bnuny. and Xato. ral History. The prices range, according to style, froa 3 to (15. The Centennial Gazelteerof tbe United State. Is a book of 1,000 psges, showing the resnlu of the first hundred jesrs of tbe Republic, and being a complete encyclopedia ofalltbeSUtes. Territories, Coxntie. Townships, cities, villages. postorEecs, mountains, rivrrs. lakes, Ac, of the Union, with all tbe public Improvement, sgricnltnral snd mineral resource, extent snd popuLstton. etc. It wm be one of the most useful works ever issaed. The price, in leather binding, is (3.75. Thenistory'ofthe Grange movement is another timely work, which will be In demand by Jhe numerous Grange members in the County, as aflording-them valuable inf.T mstlou on the subject lu which they are so deeply inter esterL Mr. Cain is now canvassing In Tmy and vicinity, giving sn opportunity to all to nMain these valuable books. M0:C. We are reqnrste-l to give m tlce tblt there will be a meeting of the members of the Evstera SUr Chap ter, st Msm-ie nail In Troy, on Tuesdiy evening, the i.ih w .7oVIeek. T. M. All mrabers of the Chapter, and all Master Mssons. their wive, mothers, sister, or daugh ters, who are deslro.ts of taking the Degrees, are Invited. It Is expected thst an election of officers srill be bad. and the organlxatlon kept up. Ttm membership fee U (3 for men. (1 for ladic. - ry The announcement of Henry Steele as a candidate for Township Trustee, Is published this week. Judge Steele Is weJ known to our people. He served twa yesrs as County Commissioner, in which position be showed vi ie- r.ithrvil and efficient otacrr. with a xeslona re- gard for tha publio interest We have no doubt that bo oold be the same aa Township Trustee. tp- A great revival I now In progress In the Missouri Bottom, between White Cloua ana r ores ..j- - - auspice, erwkat denomination, we n.vf v. ---. 1 . , 1- branch of the Baptist. uo.j, I . 1 "" . :..v.tIidlatieMissoorlRiTr. do - ""oZLlZ e- Vp to tbat tta. tta- bad been fifty-one accessian to the church. ty There is a man ta town, viha oea tra trora the slooaretalarlj at meal hours, although heacareelj rrtr os a -au-ba tha bouse, and tha nttsaoor aeep - njfrozuwmrriaj. Such U the feroe of taMt iy The tow of CornelSu Curp. IWaj about four mfla southeast ot Troj, rsu awsy oa TVeasesdax, throwbt Mr.Culp ndhUsvU.crftJiwaeoa.teeato UteK and hla wife's arm. E?" B. -W. Huat haa bourht t Cks Hasan baek Kn.aadUaowosrryin- the matt, srp-TS, and psaeea gers between town and the Jnnetlon. HT AlooJO T. atoinister dlea ttWathsna, en Tsasis Bernins, ef Ceruursptlon. IIIOHLAIID fTSBSEBT. HlCHiaSD XczBTiT, Jaaoarr 23, 1874. The aubscriber again offers to the tree-planters f Don!, phan and adjoining Counties an extra choice lot of two and three-year-old Apple Trees. Having Uken nnuaual pains In selecting my aclelis from bearing trees for the past three Tears, I can confidently recommend them. Tbe experience of the farmers of this County haa proved that soma varie ties of trees are worthless for this soil and climate, and that others can hardly be overrated. The knowledge gain ed by the repeated trials and repeated losses of thonaanda of farmers In this part of Kansas, I endeavor to i-bUln by personal acquaintance, and then make use of In grafting. I cannot raise aa cheap trees nor so many of them as in the oldway.bnt I eon raise Jdttr " Again: I form the heada of these trees absot l t 3 feet from the grouad carefully trimming off all side sheoU the first and second year, avoiding forka, and givleg un'furm heads of three to four branches each. I claim that one such tree, thus train. e-i, and of a good variety, is worth a hundred two and three-story trees, that hive been neglected in their earner growth. I have 100.000 two and three-year-old trees ready for the market, and propose to sell the best st the very low price of 10 per hundred. I "ill. aa heretofore, exchange then for yenng cattle, corn and small grain. I have also a choice lot of So. i home-growa Hedge PUnU for th Spring trade. Thanking old eoitoraeri for their cottinaod patronage, and hoping for a fair shsre of the new ores, I promise my best endeavors to please s3. febSmJ. S. J. EDGERLT. Proprietcr. Business not Affected. The recent depression In business has net affected the passenger trsflc cf tbe St. Lonls. Kansas City & Xorthern Short Line, aa they continue to ran sit fast express trains. hn more tlaa any slaer !-" between the Misaoar! ad Mississippi Rivers. This road enjoys great Immunity from accidents, by reason of immense expenditures In the last two years, of over two million dollars, besides earnings, in wonderful Improvements. In relaying their line with new steel and Iron rails, on broad new tlea. In new rolling stock supplied with all modern appllcancea for comfort and safety, and aa another safeguard, employ night and day watchmen to Inspect the road before and after tbe psassge of each train, to see thst everything is In order. Conspl. cious smung new improvements is the substitution for or Ainsry cars, of new reclining chair coaches, elegantly car. peted and fitted with dressing rooms for ladies, gentlemen and families, tntaout any extra charge The St. Louis. Ksnssa City &. Xorthern andtheKansss City, St. Joseph i Council Bluffs Railroad form the only line running through Pullman Palace Sleepers between Omaha and St. Louis. Tbe shortest line between tbe West and the East Is over the Ft. Louis, Kansas City & Xorthern Short Line, either through St. Louis, the great metropolis cf over 4M 000 InhablUnts, or tbrnngn Chicago, ria the Chicago 4. Alton Short Line, over the Louisiana Bridge now open for paaaage of through trains. Tick :t A-entj of connecting roads selliBg through tlckcU to the East, Xorth or Sonth. will furnish tickets by this excellent tine. For map, circu lars, time cards and Information relative to rates. 4.C-, ap ply t or a.ldress Lyusn MtCsrty, Kansas City, Mn, or P. B. Groat, St. Louis. Mo. JinSyl. Rs East by Way of Ml. I.oul.. In these days of railrosd competition tho wise traviler selects his route before leaving borne. In a!met every in stance he desires to reach his destination as sperdilr as possible, snd for the accomplishment of that purpose the iluxuri I'aeife Through Lint from the West to the East, ria Kamat City and St. Louis, offers inducements nnsur piasedbvsnv other Hue In theconntry. Everything con nected with tbr Jiwauri Paeijie I! ff, srl dav, snd the abiptitn if the Miller Plitfonn and W"Stiu;house Air Brake, togitbcr with Pullmsn Sleepers, ant Reclining Chair Ciachea. render a trip over the line perfectly safe and pleasant. Passengers from all parts of the West, by Uking IU Express Trains at Kansns City, lavenwi.rth, Atchison, and ther prominent titirs, are landed in St. Louis at seasonable hours morning and evening, and lu ample time to make direct connection with all railroads for every point IntbeX'orth, Ejst snd South, l'aiticular Infinuation. with maps, time tsbles, Ac, may be had at tbe variona "Through Ticket" efficrs In the West, or upon personal or written spplicatlon to O H. Baxter. Wes tern Agent, Ksns.il City. Mo, or E. A. Ford. General Passenger Agent. St. Louis. Mo. JanlS I. Px A Ia snit was tried before Esquire Sper. on Tues dsy, between sn Irishman and a Dutchman from Wathena. John O Hare brought suit against Gottlieb Frentz, on the ground that Frentz's dog hsd killed a cow belonging to O nare. and torn the UI1 nflVf another cow , and he brought the tail into couit as evi Irnce. Tbe jury came to the con clusion, upon the Judgment of Dr. Roue, one of their num ber, that the tail bad rotted off. and accordingly gave a verdict for the defendant. f3 Our friend G L. Jacqnis and lady started, several weiks nzo, on a visit to their old borne In Msrylsnd. We wish them ranch pleasure among the familiar scenes on the old sod, aud a safe return. tjT An cxttmdre union revives la now la procress in Wathena. TheraeetloesareheldinthoMethodist Church. Rev Mr- Tuarp is the leader, t It A Ball wss held st the Hlgby n.inae. Mondsy night. The attendance was good, and the euterUlnment pieasaut, ty Mr. Leonard Cowger was married to Miss Mary IllgiJus. on Sunday. Msrh Eth-both of Burr Oak Town skip. C9' Su advertisement cf Mrs. Fox. who bas a store room t. tent, with np-stalrs saiubly arranged forresldtnce. IV" Thernn Brown, of this vlcnily, was married last week, to Miss Audrewe. Lumber. I am now prepared to furaUh both Pine and Xative Lumber to the public, In large or small quantities, very chea- for Ct. I have a large stock on hand, and a com plete' assortment of Building Mstertal. Thanking my old friends and customers for their bberal patnnage in the Hist, I solisit a continuance of tho asmo. W. II. H. CURTIS, Severance, Feb. 20, 1674-tf. TJr. (laker's Palis Panaca, for Rheumatism, Xenrslgis. Cramps. Colic. DUrrhtta. Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantnm, Sprains, Burns, Seal.!. Bruises, Chii blslns. Frost bites. Swellings, Soreness of the Joints, snd all pslnfnl affections of the body, external and internal. For Colds. Sorethroat Quinsy, and disease of the throat and mucous membrane, it Is aa Invaluable remedy. Jobs F. Hexbt. Cireii 4. Co, Proprietors, 8 and 9 College Place, Xew Tork. Jloneyl ITIaney!! Money to build houses, money to use In business, money for any purpose, en long time and easy terms, for use in Missouri or Kansas, can be obulned every Saturday of tbe St Joseph Bonding Company or the St Joseph and Kansas Loan and Eailding Company, tor lurxner par ticulars, apply in person or by letter to J. M. Street President.; or F. L. McLean. Secretary, on Francis street Opera House bunding; or to Henry Boacr- Jr- w- Troy, Kanaas (anlyl. Caal. Rlrhmond Coal always on hand st the St Joseph and Denver City Railroad Depot. Apply to. C. L. HOLLAXU, Agent "Ti- Popular mustraled book (20) rages) en Mubood! WoomsnooD! MiRUacg! Impe-limenu to Marriage: the cauao and cure. Sent securely ult. post pai L for 50 cents, by Da. C. Wll.TTtxa. 617 St Chsrles Street St. Louis. Mo. the great specialist. Bead his wotka. nolX . nsnssi! In order to make room for a large Spring atock. IwUl sell my Winter goods at t. tr the next thirty days. n,n .0.1 ilsfr voursrlf. X. SavEOtaa. Heme FtiTTs.-M. C Ty notifies the pnbllc, that be will furnish nedge VUza st flM per thousand, on all or dera handed In bef. the 15th of March. Orders can tJ left at theXursery. or at J. a Eyer.' Hanlware Strre, Trov. (V Turr Cider VUiegsr.at BlCKrOED . Sixn-IE,- 1- ' il ! T. l.OflJS IIARKKT. Sr Lnri--. Msrch II. nemp-DnlU fair' rtBlTHuiJ nndreseed, TSaPO: ch-iee and etrirtlr ch-ice. (loOitti. ,..-. tv .1 .....in-Ill ilrflif" V 51 STTC: Ja.A. He: XXr. SioOJc: faclly 7i7c; choice aa.1 fancy. T,Wbet-Q-.irt- X". 2 spring, tl S2J9I S3. Xo. 4 red fall. (147314, Xn-S. (15-131 CO Corn Inactive; 0.1 imw. ;. ,.. Oats Firm, but not active: So. 4 mixed. r soc. Barlrv Inactive; cboire X". 3 spring, (1C3S1 67, M' (1 7021 SO. eh-ice. (1 SSS1 SO. Rye Dun X". 2. 3e. Pork Dnllat I5315JC. , Dry Salt Meats-Dull "d lower: round We low of lobVuxlder. to arrive, .'laSJc: clear rib, 71c clear. Ec b"BaSl'DuIl; ahonlders. JlcaSJc; desr rib. Sic: dear. Lsrd Weak; prime stesm. nominal st e. TT " rt,-. t ii.. .. as onaz 9 CsiOe Steady ami firm. Good to choice, native steers, WaaSTST cows and heifers, (t 7SS375; Tns. (I 733 lis. CHICAGO 3IABKET. raicaua Usrth 1L nooT-Stesdy: pwd to ehdee ahinplnK pnag tra raesDun. uutOed aad brwerjTo. 1 ipthj. t ik ETil tmsottled and lower: Jfo. a mixed. l,e J,l"vV-. s ar-xl.a far ttrittlv freak. g&yt&t tndusctansed. Za. J. tl Mai X. i'o. X "jSrtJopsnrf at , 5!. - '- "Ldeady? tjVrted af o to ArA Uit.tvv...StdT. Ehmlders. otratsslst Sc short BaSrm'JsussJyf llUlssrs. sjes long rlh. 3J4810; short ribs eIr.Slj rllle iftrra and stssdy. Talr to goad steers. Wj? Atasssyaii?"1- ahtsnwttsttJtJeaeS! 13300 as; esk. aexss. iw. Patrsns r sTosVaadrT. Havms-receivcd a commission as County Deputy for Doniphan County, I am ready to attend to all the duties of theoK.ce. eoch as organizing new Granges, ie, lnd will take pleasure in answering ail questions relative to the Order and its work, and in giving necessary instructions. My post-office address Is Eden, Atchison County. Kansas J01IX L. BLAIR. Ct?" Price Raid SoUlem, call on me and gtt your Scrip cashed. I will collect all kinds of Government Claim. Pensions. Bounties. Ac Agent for Phcrnix lire Insursnc Company: Justice of the Peace; X'uUry Public : Real Es tate and Claim Agent. Will be in Troy every ldnnriav. E. W. STRATTOX. Doniphan, Kas. AITS'O UXCEUEXTS. We are authorized to announce tbe name of H. C. 171. KERT as a candidate f. r re-election to the office of Trustee of Centre Township We are authorized t announce that HEXBX STEELE will be a candidate Ur Trustee cf Centre Township, at the enaulng tucction. Centaur Liniment. There is co pals which the CeuUur Lin iment wjil n. t relieve, no swelling it will net subdue, and no lamcaess which It wHl not cure. This Is strong language, bat It is true. It his produced more cure ot 'rheumatism, neuralgia, lockjaw, palsy. rprtS": pralns. swellings, caked-breasta, scalds, bams, salt rheum. earsche, it. upon tbe human frame, and of strains, spav in, galls, Slc npon animals, in one year, than have all other pretended remedies since the wcrld began. It is a ceunter irritant, an all healing pila relies er. Cripples throw away their crutches, the lame walk, poisonous biles sre rendered harmless, and the wounded are healed without a scar. It la no humbug. Tbe recipe U published around each bottle. It U selling aa no itticle ever before soil md it sells be cause it dors Just whit it pretends ti do. Those who now suffer from rbeumstisra. pain or swelling, deserve to suffer if they will net use CenUur Liniment. More thsn 1 000 certificates of remarkablu cures. Including frozen limbs. chrenic.rheumatiiim. gout running tumors, .&. have been received. We will send a circular conuinlug certificates, the recipe, .c. gratis, to sny one requesting It, One bot tie of yellow wrapper CeuUur Liniment is worth one bun drcd dollsrs for spavined or sweenied horses snd mules, or fur ecrcw-w rui in sbecp. Strck-ownrrs this liniment Is wotth your attention. Xo family should be without Ceu Uur Liniment. Sold byallDiugists. JO cenU per bottle. large Utiles. (1 00. J. B Rose A Co., 5J Broadway, Xew Vork. Ontoria Is more than a substitute for Castor OX It Is the on!;, sieailicle in exUtencc which is certain to as siniilste the food, regulate tbe bowels, cure wind-colic, and produce n jtnral sleep. It coot tins neither nilnenls, rorr phiue tralcihel and is pleasant to Uke. Children need not cry, and niotbers may rest ocPyi LOW BESEE70IT y Qv E3 ,"&. v-v ; h Soiled to ail Climate, AXD TAMOTJS FOS BdXO BEST TO TJ3SI CHEAPSCT TO BUTII EASSSSTOErLLUl qsZMpfc BLTTTER COOKING, "fiAyfc Qn'c'itr rndCIieHier ft'1 : ce7Ei ssfllCMl ni i u:cts ron crrtM Mj CatlsiirJailvcrjwhBre, TO .HB Mil 0? BYffiT EQBSEE0L9. SOLD E& EXCELSIOR ri S. LOUIS, lllO., AND 33. BYEBS, TROY, KANSAS. J. Jnly31ai6. W. IV.. MANN, JIAKWESS Arifi acic3J.e) Slaop, maw snm, joiTH-wwT or rcr.uc jmiuc. TROY, : : : : : KANSAS All kinds of work done upon short notice, and f"'''" gcarantre-L true sunniAOE guide. MANHOOD !p!S2s. WOMANHOOD! .ilafABBIAGE SiSm nittai-Cs. Ce.s s Osrs. wt? .i lHJuH? srcaawnlj Istrsuan iSmuj DOCTOR WHITTIER, 61T t. Caarlr trt. It. 1. Ma. -...r.lrr '' -.s.- s.assstsa Zd hfrleZlM andjHiQVfar r"''A SXH. lSTVltwsllsslrTtissssissg. PETERSON & GLAMAN, MAXCFACTUBBK3 Or BOOTS AND SHOES, Sotlaxft Conur FtiUe Scasrt. TBOtf, KA5SAB- BtjaJrag dc tt promptBsss sna oesj- lElT3yl- -7ABTICKBlACIU:CLABS.r. eeietotistTaiV"- Lin ill MaiiiGtiiJii Comimuy gM Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters are a purely Vegetable preparr.Uon, made chiefly from the cat:.Teherbfl found on tho loircr ranges of the Sierra Nevada nountairtsof Califomi u tho medicinal prcpjrtics of which are extracted therefrom without the arc of Al cohol. The question is almost daily asked, "What is the canseof the unparalleled success of Vrsro t T5rnxns2" Our anstrcr is, that they remove the cause of disease, end the patient re covers his health. They are the great blood pa-f rifier and a life-pi viuc; principle, ft perfect Ben- orator and Inrigorator of lh9 system. NeTer before in the history of the world has amedicine been compotnded xsossinjr the remarkable qualities of VRtoAnBiTTEES in healing thesick of every disease man is heir to. Thoy urea gen tle Pur atiTC as well as a Tonic, relieving Con gestion or Inflammation of the Liver and Vis ceral Org ns, in Bilioiu Diseases. They are easy of administration, prompt in their re units, safe and reliable in all foims of diseases. If men will enjoy i;ood health, let them usa Vineoak BnTEBS as a medicine, and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants in every form. No rersnn can take these Bitters ao cording to directions, and remain lonff unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by rain era! poison or other means, and vital organs wasted beyond repair. Grateful Thousands proclaim Vkmas Bi'iiua the most wonderful Invigorant tbat ever sustained tho sinking bystem. Bilious, Remittent, and Intermittent FeTerS, which are so pre'valentinthevaUeysaf our great rivers throughout tho United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, M j sonri. Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Itio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. S.tvannah, Roanoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entire country duringthe Sum mer and Antumn,and remarkably so during sea sons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensive derangementsof the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, n purgative, exerting a pow erful influenco upon these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dn. J. Walkeu's Vinkoab Brmxs, as they will opecdily r move the dark colored vivid matter t ith which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimtdating the secre tions of tl e liver, and generally restoring tho healthy functions of tho digestive organs. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache, Painin the Shouldcrs,ConRhs,Tightncss of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Emctutions of tho Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks.Palpitationof tho Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs Pain in the region of the Kid neysn and n. hundred other painful symptoms, are the oHiprings of Dyspepsia. One bottlo will prove a better guarantee of its merits than I lengibvadvcrtisemcnt. Scrofula, or King's Kill, YThiteSwcl lings,Ulcen, EryMpelivs, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflamma tions, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Erup tions of the Skin, Soro Ee, etc., etc. In these, ns in all other constitutional Disease?, Walkeu's Vinecae Brrrnts havo shown their great carativo potiers in tho most obstinate ind intractable coses. Tor Iullamniatoryand Chronic I'hcu- Illutislll. Goat, Bilious, Remittent andlntor-v "mittent Fevers Ireaso ot the' Blood, Xdver, ICidnoys, and Bladder; theso Bitten have no equal." Such Diseases aro causctl by Vitiated Blood. Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged in Paints and Mincrals.suchasPlumbcrs.'rypc setters. Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they ad vance in life, are tnbjcet to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard ar.aiust this, take a dose of Walker's Visegah Bmi ns occasionally. For Skin Diseases, EruptionsTetter.Salt Rheum, Blotchc, Spots, Pimples Pustules, Boils. Carbuncles, Ringworms, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolora tions of tho SSin, Humors and Diseases of tho Skin cf whatever name or nature, aro literally dug up an! carried out of tho system ia n short time bv tho usa of the-w Bitten. 1' in, Tape, and other Worms, linking in thosystcm of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed and removed. No system of medi cine, no vermifuges, no aathelininitics, will free tho system from worms like theso Bitters. For i'cma'o Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of wom anhood or tho tarn of life, theso Tonic Bit ters display so decided an influenco that im provement is toon perceptiblo. Jaundice. In all cases of jaundice, rest assured that your liver is not doing its work. The only sensible treatment is to promoto tho secretion of the bile and favor its removaL Vor this purpose use Vcxoab Brrrrcs. The Aperient and mild Laxative proper ties of Db. Walvkr s vixcgab urnras are mo best safeguard in cases of eruptions aud malig nant fevers. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect the hamorsof the fauces, 'lhcir Sedative properties allay pain in tho nervous bystem, stomach, and bow cl3, from inflammaliou, wiud, colic, cramps, etc Cleanse Hie Vitiated Blood whenever you find it impurities bursting through the skin in Psmnles, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse fuTlnrM st.l tf.II V.11I '"""o" rr. .',.. -7i .. in mi. pure, ana u.8 ucaiuiui ujuajowiu nus.wi.u-. n. II. JTJcDOKAMJ co DnigjlsU sod General Agents. aa rissdsco. Csll&rs!. and cor. Vf sshlngtoa sad Ctarltoa Sts.. Saw Tork. Bold br nil DitCfzit u-tiX Dcisleri. DR.WHBTTIER, 617 St. Charles itreet. St Louis. Mo. J tars Ut ff is vss-rlM trfjm.ss sf sa VnereaUexuai anl CMronloOlseasea Srphllls, Conorrhcoa, Cieet, striotura. Orchitis. Hemia. sr Rupture, a-i urinary Dlseaaea'4rp'illil','''reurlalB',e1: t't pvr- sTo (MceeZa, o Ut 1 4wtiU4 piw S prm atorrncBa rfina. SAXUai D3DII1TT onu impwioiivo .MH .& tsnts. zltiatatick Iils.-ltrr.-riKsms. Disease peculiar trjwomeiuass yiMr.Zi"wrle..Taga.aatfiills..r fuZeSwi'sstsasv aiswavUasssi. aet essaVUIsnUerllsstasl s rajiwliatresi s. tsrrta tsu frivuT ttammnS ssrsnsu mj est lirltss. Ulilao rIuv1rflU.eltTtri-SStTsUussssss.rrw.ulrrTrtj-.s. !!!uMrritrl,.t.fs.is lll.fn.ur ?Jl?CiV?iuii.sTr.x. SMS-'i.tiaus. iKsv JMiMsUlsstilw.ajsa.s li7isoi7i. iisis5airtsiosn.aiiL rSTSi'ilSmiUnmt batfl wrcsUrss irTiS4 . T.ssr !: s.susUW7 ZmuUSic Is tsselsSsSsr. srrsjis ZZi m. '.. - ars AGESTS WASTED fiJfiSr" r OCEAN'S STOUT, wV 'B.iodrirh.I,n of "Prtr Parlor." jiems'-"" "'".- --',-iziy.t. tlVPJ??: J3ZZZX? ?h7r:Sc. sf -OW Oca.".' Fiaal Settlement-, NOTICE la hereby etren to n CTedtrj in! 'bersa terMd la the ettata ef T. Imuad J, 'sel'i.l'Ls. JtryJi..r-x .LL.ii.l.,,ttl,..kl.f. (COXSOLIDATEDJ "WASHVILLE SHORTEST LINE" AXD DIRECT ROUTS TO BgtjLEVItiS, NASnVil.I.r CATT.,.J03A ATLANTA. MACOK. CHARLr&r 'X, SAVASSAU. . KKOXVILLS. BRISTOL, LYNUHBL'US, RICHMOND, NORFOLK, us.ll.VS, SHAWNEBTOwV EVANSVII.LB. ' MEUPHI3. V1CKSBUR0. MOXTGOJIERV, MOBILE. XEW ORLEAJJ3, GALVESTON, axs au. roan South and Southeast. M reason iliy THIS IS Tne PREFERRED KOUTB. Tf in vV.n ftsilrr Tins 1 rnnctni Pnllmaa Pah9s!v.u 11 tt U!0 UU1J blUQ , in7Room Siscpla- cr Ihmujh from St Lais to NashrUIo witbao? oiiaas It is iHe only Line m"ussx&.am. If 15 thP imV liUP fbJ" jMab Piiersnil .v 11 M Uiu uuij uuiu 1 iromco laOuilrs Hint. snd frtm sit to twraty.tonr binrs time. It is iM JC nh?5713P Stm? St- L""1 trt yhTlU 11 u yiutj vwjuyji c laazt tiio ciroolVioa ruota ria Lrmlsrina. Otm MOTTO: QoiciTiinB! M Care! and Close CoBMoitf Xssr ai rtsirsBt iIst maebM ronipp. with ti Wwt Inbonse AlrBrsVsaaatbe MlUcr CimrJsr n4 plattora an. ran In all trslns. Throosh Ticlrtson ; an rUjyai--cbsckeJ at aS tba principal T;crt O-Icm ia th- West and .forth. Aak f.rTicrta t be "Soutbaastrrn Esllsrar." I,4rT?N'r"T. E-r- WI'3f OT. usa. Tickvt Ax t.t. Lonls. Osn. Msn, 81. Lsnta. AGENTS WAITED FOR THE POPWMEYBIBLE U.bcdimeruLCm!'t',e "a eh,'"X B,U " AGENTS ,,n,,r,,Elbls Uoneofanjothw. 4:? r cl Wfibrr Cramisstsns on onr Blbt. tiaa r'- any olhtr hooae Is tba 0. S. Sr nnrnrw PUB. "HOW TO SELL UlriLKS." A eons. plrts succrsa. Will ul. nl,.,,,,- i ..i,.". J2L SblM102 lur,',!'" . Ja oua.w pun? tSlr agents " trsiun , bam & ble. A .1 ,uy ?"" 'ban th. As.oeT f..r our Bt. clrarvJ Iw11?.0 "",d da,,D Ma' ',u, A yonni lady owdrcaUr,'',?? "" So mm? s.ifd for "and teitus, andsm. furj-onMilv, Uta a'd lJSSLdrd of sniravlni". bsatlf.il stsel Lmlph."ra"ls'tC,lT"U" S"'"Se CUlt Don't fall to writs v. JuHirm.C0STIS2t!t nIBI-E ASD Ptm. CO, "Uh Strrel. SL laioli Mi AGENTS, MISSTfiiat "L1TEKATURE, ART AND SOXG." This macnlficf nt IIIostratl Riot contains sno FullP.i, Enpraviiips tbo Plats alone enstln over f!5 000 ra tk and sUs vrbrn and whrro no othsr book can bs sM. "With rsth IsmksejiTrss a prmsnt t rrrv siibsfrlV sr a maiilllrrnt Strvl Enjnvlni. "TIIK UAPIT RK TPItN slzo Slvas, vsliitsl at (COO more than the Brio of the I!o.,V wilh tho KiiBravlns free. rv AOEN'TS. TOD CANNOT AFFORD TO 1II33 THIS CHANCE. Exclusive Territory Kiven. Addrrss at oner, SUA FEU CO, rublisfctr. St. Loul. Mo. JrlvlTmft. Fruit Trees. THE ftutarritor ha bw rn hanrt. t h! Xnrrr. n th- !uiphiiu Knait, f.nr mll outh of Trt r. ur CHOICE APPLE TDKilS. XoiITall unci SSprlnjr T5iIIvoiy. Thru trrtmreof two and thrwycar' jjntwtb wlnioof thHlra.Unsnlmo4it influUr raii'tii-a frr tM cvianUy. Tbu tick is all Warranted to be of the Very ICcst, at it wa ;rr.wn .t one who baamaA it a l.t hnalnMi It iraiKl in KantvaaVtHts't U thrrrf tnlrtt'raUltea f tliln A an.1 ctltnattn. 'Il will tlvllrcr irsp 1 tnAO wh oinl-rj nr bt Inviu-s fnnrra t-nvall at tb X'lnerr aad I Irk rr tht niwlrra. He aVmivtt nl Apple Tivtauf tli in"t tpnrt J ar.ftlf, bnt will fururib Fruit TreorJ kiutta. Any Qii tullfjr Ml tree mil pi in t a will be oM at rratMttaU prl,e, nad will take emh nrlnnbtk in pajmtnt-An-ntt 1TJ-Cni. iL C VKRT. JOHN FRANK K0TSCH, MA-NurACrriti a or am MaLia a Boots & Shoes, Sign of tli Utg Hot', Wnt of i -utile Square, TROY, KANSAS, IS rr'pa'sd to make Hd and Bho to order. In tbe bst tl. His Inns siprrienco In tb bnsln.jw, trKstbsr wUh tho fart that ho l sn ovrllcnt Jodso of leather snd nthrr sho.maksr's stock, enable him to do flratdasswork. snd use none but the brat mstrnal. 18inyrll. A. BENNETT & SONS ARE IiCYINO ALL THE Wheat, Barley, Oats and Corn TIIAT ar otTerrd, for which thej aro pa rlnf the Mb"sl market price. Yon that havo graia lo sJl. x- " call, at EAST "OKiVAV, Oa Me SU Joteph and Dtnxtr Cits RaUrvxd. SjaljTS. Agricultural Warehouse, Ilifjlilund, KnnHas. S. F. AMSIWRY TAKES pleasure In notifvlne the farming emaaaaltr that ho has obrnol a complete Atrricnltoral Store, and is prepared to sU tho latest lieprored stvlea of Iieaiei's, IMCcrvvers, Thre3here, Separators, Com Shellcra, Plows, Drills, Cultivator?, STAlaK CDTTERS, Scythes, Rakes, Pitchforks, Hoes, Sloveb. I Aada fraeral sssortment of Fsrminr l?,f1'li!Z. the best onalitr which ho wOT sell st sstUfsctorr prlias. the best nality mea 2u. ia. w. c xosxiuaa j r. wiuio. WILSON & WOXJUUntui, OEJfBRAL DBALERS 1 Dry Goods, Clothing, NOTIONS, QilEENSWARE, Andallktadsof Fancy and Staple Groceries, .Sijw of CTttn Froot, .SnrttlnTi-t f'ornrr I'nlillc Hionre, TROV. ICJVSi-. rJTITC our Ceods fro first hands, la Eastsra icae. 15 kru. we eaa kj wu. - r a tiiaSnri. Manhool: HowLost,HowBestorea. Just published, a new edtrSowf Dr. Cstl. (ajil rsdirai ears (wltooatmdicfal "": sasr OSSJI'IA.TSn1lnUWoaks- I Loswa. 1.WBCT. Mental ?$ Seminal Losses. Hi Its Iranedlraeiits t ,, r . . . . - IruxrsT asa a rra, nwsq wj ' extrsvacanee. .. . .set. f3rrMcataasldetrvbWilslt,7- eiaartr s ' - - .n.hAr la tsis"1" . v...,,-. .. dessouatrste from a thirty JJ'JJlSbase ns- be, rsliraay- tha alarming '?0!Iras usof tetersstcodielsa tr cured wlOJfatttoopnbBtosoM aisd. ta,pplUtl-i 'ISraiSea'ectnral.-irrmssas of wot atone imr4.iS1irwlisthleJWnmsyb.avy s,wS!iJanprtily.sadWdfcI'. rrwtfobtathsaaadX eTsjcjyoga afebsW er3i- f. srr rtia. 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