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. 8k. n 2 .A." 4" i! IM r '. i ,mtui HOL.IIILI.ER,. ....... .... Editor. THOT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : May 4, 1882. Col. Martin's Plan. CoLJithit A. Martin Mrmls us a coj.jr of the plan be submittal to the National RepnblfrH Commit tcef fr rhnfjaing delegate to the Xatioa nl Convent...... ami " it in the wme aa r xsoii by him long ago, and has neer len changed. Wr do not now remember that we ever before mw a ataUmeiit of the plan. It j,' In ubtancr, that nrli State Contention ball choose four delegate at large, and each Con gressional District one delegate; and then, In addition, each State shall be entitled to one del egate for crery 12.000 tritiMtcau ote cast at the previous geucral election, r for a fraction of one-half that nnniWr. Tbei delegated, as a matter of conn, will he chosen by the same State Contentful! that wlccteil the fourat Urge. This e.icou..tn preciMrly the name objection we stated last week. It allows a State Conten tion to practically neutralize the choice of the Districts and defeat thn object they had in view in directing the Committer to df vise a plan of npre-eiitatioti. As we understand it, the Chicago Couvrutiou, in leaO, after rrpodiating the unit rule, directed the National Committee todetiaeaplan to secure to the people of the Congressional Districts the right to select their own delegates. This plan does not do it ; for it allows the State Contention to override them, by appointing u set of delegates to offset their votes. Col. Martin says that it is impossible to secure the adoption ot a plan for pnrely District representation. Why is it impossible! Because the Ilosses object to it T If the Bosses do not mean to permit the Republican party to choose its own delegates without their dictation, and if the expreMsed design of the National Convention cannot be carried ont, because the Bows, by assassinating the President elected by the party, and bribing members of the Committee- with of fices, have secured control of the Committee, is it not about time for the rarty to dissolve! If Mich Is the caxr, the party has fulfilled its mis sion, and outlived its usefulness. As CoL Mar tin's plan was devised long ago, and as he has not leeu appointed to an office, the imputation of being bought up will not fit his case But the National Committee was understood to hat e been made up largely of men who were opposed to the unit rule, and to every manner of Bos-usm. What has changed their views ! The chief hope was placed in William E. Chandler. This gen tleman, after having been defeated by the Stal warts for confirmation to a subordinate office under Garfield, has been appointed to a Cabinet jwsition by the Stalwart Iresident who climbed to the position over Garfield's dead body, and ibo appointment rcceited no opposition from those name Stalwarts. It will be hard to male the conntry ltclisve that Chandler was not placed there for the purpose of controlling him in the interest of the Stalwart Bosses, and to defeat the desiga of the National Convention. The main principle of CoL Martiu's plan is good, to base delegates ou Kepnblicau votes. Hut why let a State Contention coutrol it! Why not do it on a principle similar to that of the Kansas Republican Committee, which gives each County a representation for its own votes t There would be nothing out of the way in a plan by which each State Convention should elect four delegates at large; then let each Congres sional District elect one delegate, regardless of population or tote; and finally, allow each Dis trict an additional delegate fur a given number of Republican votes, and a fraction of over half the number. That number conld bo placed at 5,000, 10,000, or 12,000, or any other suitable number. All Districts having less than a given number, to have but oue delegate. Iu this way, Republican votes would coutrol Republican nominations; bnt to place the whole numler at the mercy of wire-pulling Bosses, would be no representation of Republican votes at all. For example, aay that an extra delegate were allowed for e cry 10,000 Republican vptes, or major frac tion of that number. In New York, the people of the Districts would choose 33 delegates, while the men who controlled a State Convention by the methods of ConUingism, would choose four for the State at large, and M ou Republican tote, maliug CO in all, or almost double the number chosen by the Districts. Pennsylvania would choose 27 by Districts, while a State Convention controlled by the methods of Cameron ism, would choose -I at large, and 44 on vute, mating A. This would be reform with a vengeance. Far better stick to the Bossism and unit rule that is sought to be altolithed. eaaj. m Central Committee. The State Central Com mittee met at Topcka, last Thursday, to consider the Contention question. They fixed upon June 25th as the date of the Convention to nominate the four Congressmen at'Iarge, and left the mat ter of a Convention to nominate State officers for future action. Wo sec it stated that all the members of the Committee bnt throe are opposed to Gov. St. John for a third term. We do not know, as we did not exchange t iews with a single Committee man as to his preferences ; and nothing was said on that subject during the meeting. The de termination seemed to be pretty unanimous to eparate the nominations of Congressmen and State officers, so that each should run upon their own merits, and not go in by trading and combi nations. One Convention will bo over and done with lefore the preliminaries of the other are arranged. CF Last week, the Committee investigating the 1'erutian business, had Blaine before them. It was better than a Centennial Exposition. He took occasion to shake the mad that his enemies have been piling upon Jtiai. off on to some of them. Conk ling got a good share of it. He also exposed the cringing policy of the Administra tion, and shewed where it had permitted Kng 1 and to circumvent it, and secure advantages which the United States should have had. Young Belmont, of New York, attempted to liadger him, by misquoting his language, and propounding insulting questions, nhich had been furnished either from Tildens office in New York, or by the Stalwart leaders; bnt Blaine sent him yelping nut of the case, rubbing his wonnded honor. Blaine has been censured for losing his temper; but he knew who dictated Belmont's questions, and the object of them, and resented the insnlt on the spot. CP" Gov. Crittenden, of Missouri, is a man that will do his State good. The Democracy of that State did a better thing than they supposed, when they elected a Union General for Governor. He bail the backbone and the nerve to deal with the outlaws that infested the State, in the only way that conld be effectual. He set the lesser ones to killing the bigger ones. There may be robberies and other depredations in the Staie hereafter, bnt he has broken np organized out lawry. As it w ill be several years yet before the Republicans hate a majority in Missouri, and the Democrats will be able to elect the next Governor, they should show that they are not the friends of robbers and murderers, by re-electing Gov. Crittenden. tyDuring Anthony WayneV campaign against the Indians, he desired to send a messenger to them, to offer them his final conditions, and se lected a man who had been for many years a captive among thn Indians, as tit proper person for the sen ice. The man protested that the In dians, in view of his having joined their enemies, would kill him on sight; wherenpon Wayne made him a promise that, if they did kill him, he would see that a monument should bo erected In houor of his memory. This reconciled the man to the undertaking. He had not j et learned tho American style of building mounments to dead heroes. If he had, he would have gone with the greatest alacrity. EP" A correspondent of the Kansas City Timet correctly calls those Kansas editors and politi cians poltroons, who, being ntterly opposed to the prohibitory movement in principle, yet hur rahed and worked for it, becanse they thought it was going to win, and they wanted to be on the big side. Poltroons is just what they are, Kansas is full of them, and the newspapers are rivaling the politicians in at it. They are al ways ready to jump aud yell for the thing they believe will win, no matter how big a fraud they may consider it, and sometimes they change front half a dozen times in a season. Such cattle as these frequently turn the scale in a contest. EP" Two liquor cases were tried in the District Court at Topeka, last week. In one, the jury failed to agree, and In the other, the verdict was for acquittal. They have another case np, and as tho testimony is said to be all strongly against the accused, they have some hopo that he may be convicted; and thus prohibition will prohibit. GT Young Belmont, poking his head up out of the weeds: Did the lightning strike any ldy besides me J " The Valce or Cheek. An editor may have a hard time, but hU long service at the business may be a substantial benefit to him, in a way that he does not suspect. The hardness of cheek latheacqnirosmaybe a blessing in disguise. XoW,"ior instance, about half-past ten o'clock on Wednesday night of last week, we were in a car of the Santa Fe Road, bound for Topeka. About aftafle beyond Atchison, some where near the Fair drounds, suddenly a Window in the oppo site aide of the car crashed, and the missile, pas sing through the glass and across the car, took os ker-chug on the jaw, first grazing the nose of ilVor Morrill, who occupied the end of the seat next the aisle. The thing felt like a brick-bat, when it took us on the jaw, and it glanced off and struck the window beside us, but not break ing ii, fell somewhere among the seats. It passed over the head of a baby sitting in a woman's lap by the window where it entered, and filled the faces and hair of persons in the ticinity with powdered glass. The hole in the glass was not such as a rock makes, but was round, and not large, tuch as a bullet would make. The glass around the hole was not cracked and shattered. Persous sitting ou that side, aay they heard a report and saw a Hash. If it was a shot,it mubt have been fired by accident or carelessness, or from pure derilishnes, fur there was no attempt made to molest the train, and at the speed the car was goiug, with not a bright light inside, no face could be recognized through the window, therefore, there is no probability that robbing was designed, or an assault upon any person on the train. If a bullet, its force must have been spent in breaking through the heavy giant. But we want to put It on record right here, while the witnesses are living, that our cheek was too much for it, and it didu't even break the skin. Bnt it hurt like Sam Hill, and still hurts. But we bad to laugh to thiuk what would have been the consequence if It had bnt hit Morrill on the nose! "Farewell, Bbotiiek CKArToaD!" The last Central State announces that the report that it was about to suspend publication, is false; that tho publication will goon, but that it will not continue to be published at its present location. The editor says he is negotiating for a location where business is better, which will be announc ed in due time. This is a good deal like the pleasant humbug got off, from time immemorial, when a person dies "he is not dead, bnt sleep eth." Bnt his eyes are sot, for keeps, all the same. Well, brother, If we shouldn't see yon again, hello! ty The New York Snn slandered Garfieled, on the day he was shot; and after his death, it broke into the universal mourning by repeating slanders that .hail been proven such long be fore. The Sun is now the most ardent news paper organ that Arthur has. It is needless to aay that this is because Arthur possesses none of the traits and virtues for which the Sun hated Garfield. And yet Republican papers are rensured for not having any faith in or respect for Arthur. VST The Topeka Capital says that the oppo nents of St. John on the State Centra Commit tee were sltly inveigled into calling the Conven tions just as he wanted them. Said John Pho?nix, describing a fight in which he had !een engaged ; " My a skillful mot cment, I threw myself under iny antagonist, and held him down by dexteronsly inserting my nose le tween his teeth." fPA mass meeting has been held in Clay County, Missouri, endorsing Gov. Crittenden, in his mode of warfare upon the outlaws of the State. This, at the home of the James gang, is of more significance than all the squealing of outsiders. The good people of that part of the country are weary of the honor conferred upon the community by the bandits. CSThe Oswego Independent comes oat strongly for the re-election of St. John. The editor of the Independent was appointed by the Governor, a few days ago, a member of the Board of State Institutions. If the Governor only had enough of those little places to go around, his boom might take a fresh tart among the free aud in corruptible press. GT It Is predicted that prohibition will carry in Iowa, because tbrre are 10,000 school honses In the State, and only 3,000 saloons. If there are only 3,000 saloons in a great State like Iowa, they must be rather scattering, and the beat plan would be to let the prohibition question alone, and not condemn the public to the necessity of more saloons. r?" About the only thing we have seen in print abont Arthur's able Cabinet, that seems noteworthy, is that Secretary Teller's son Sam, an impudent cub of eight years, is very familiar with the President, and goes riding with htm. Both Arthur and the boy have evidently found companionship of their own calibre. C?" May 24th is Queen Victoria's birth-day ; bnt the celebration in its honor has been post poned, becanse a big horse-race comes off on that day. If she should die, perhaps they would post pone the funeral to attend a circus. It is such traits as these that command the awe and respect cf old Presbyterian Frelinghuysen. ty In most of the Counties in this Congres sional District, the Republican Central Com mittees are appointing delegates to the Con gressional Convention. There being but one candidate in the field, it is not thought necessary to go to the trouble of holding primaries. CF" Gen. Chalmers, of Mississippi, who held a wat in Congress as Representative of the "shoe String District, has been ousted, and Lynch, colored, Republican, giventhe neat. Too much bulldoze. Lynch is nearer the color of a shoe string than Chalmers is. rP" The Topeka papers are disenssing J. B. Johnson's military record. The Capital makes out that his term of service was Just one year and three months. Many a man fought bravely and was killed in battle in a roach shorter time that that. FF" One of the desks in the office of the Secre tary of State, at Topeka, is always occupied by a young widow. When one gets married, anoth er is appointed to the place. That desk should be called the "Marriage Burean." CF Little Perry Belmont, when Blaine sat down on him, remarked, that what further he had to say, he should say "in private." He was discovered in his room, late that night, whisper ing it in his chamber mug. CF Kausas lias a town named Cain City, and Cain City has a paper called the Anr. The Cain City Arm tdionld have an AW1 editor, if it is worth A-dani. tV It is said that Blaine will not go to Europe until after tho September election in Maine. He will stump that State for the Republican ticket. CF" "I thiuk I can begin to see the point to the joke abont the boy sticking a pin into the hind leg of a mule." Frrrg Belmont, CF" Ralph Waldo Emerson, the poet and phi losopher, died at Concord, Massachusetts, on the eveuing of April 27th, aged 79 years. tV The editors of the Arkansas Valley were at Topeka, last week, in full force. CF Anybody can raise silk, now. Or linen. Emporia .Yrr. Wide Awake for 71 ay. 1IiJ Atralx for May is a treanury of entertaining and educational reading. One may begin at the back with the Chautauqua Toting Folks' Readings for the month, or at the beginning with the poems and stories; for it is Saun Coolidge who opens the Chan tauqna department, and Itoe Terry Cooke, who has a poem on the first page. Following Mrs. Cooke's poem, "What a Shawe!" is a capital story ot a young zuidekipnian's ad rent are, entitled "Lost in Pompeii," aud written by Chaplain Clark, of the U. S. Training ship PorUmoutk. The boys hare several other good things in this number, among them, "The Canb Captain's Story," by the Mexican traveler, Kred. A. OUr, and "The Kmkipawa, by Eliot Glo ver. They also, at well as the girls, will enjoy the two serials, "Their Clab and Oars,' and "From The Hudson to the 'eva. OtW good stories are "A Tcxed Qaeation by Mrs. Eckrrsou, 4Tnya Nest E;C." by Mary Dentil, and "Candle Ends, a story of Old iloeton, by Mrs. Louise T. Craigin. Mr. Ar thur Oilman has another "Short Story from the Dic tionary," this time telling how dictionaries are made; and Edward Everett Hale's Clab of Contempora neous History give a costume party. A goodly space, as befits a May magazine. Is given up to nature and flowers. UiM Harris has her "Wild Flower Papers, Xo. II.," with nine exquisite illostiatians by Miss Humphrey, and there is a Woe-bird poem, and a dan delion poem, and an apple-blossom poem; and in the way of untie. Prof. Payne, of Harvard College, has set, delicioualy, Charles Klsgaley's perfect little poem, popularly known as "Be Good, Sweet Maid, and Let who will be Clever. The sixteen pages of Chautauqua Readings are of a high excellence, and are very finely niostrated. tMO a year. D. Lothrop k. Co Boston. I'aclew fright. To worry about any Liver. Kidney or Urinary Trouble, especially Unghf a Disease or Diabetes, as Hon Bitters never fails of a cure where a cure is pos sible. We know this. Donlpbnn Item. CUT WEEK'S. Mr. Klrhy thinks "there is no place like home, and has moved hi press and other Inventory of the iiZamtiar to bis residence, la Spring Grove, where the JtcnipXan JTeeklf AVm will also be pub lished. Mr. Kfrhy first published his paper in Atch imn, then In Doniphan, and now at home. He re ports its circulation increasing, f Neit be will pub lish it in a hog's eye, V.) John MclntMh went to Atchison, last Saturday, where he has accepted a petition as expressman for the l'aciflo Expreas Company. His friends of both sexes are sorry to lose John. Jupiter Flutiua mutt hare been in a rage, to judge by the immense amount of rain that fell, last week. Hailstone fell, up to the size of hen's eggs. It is, of course, followed by eold weather, and tor the comfort of believer la medurval weather-rales, it alto follows the appearance of an aurora bortali On account of this weather, farm work is much delayed, and grans pastures are minus grazing ac commodations. It Is believed that the peaeh crop or that of cher ries Is not impaired by the succeation of cold snar. Fentonally, I can vouchsafe for the roundness of the Siberian crat apples. A large delegation went to Atchison, hut Wednes day, to attend a meeting of the Baard of County CvuimisMioners. That body resolved to build a new Iron bridge at the same place where the remnants cf the broken one are; appointing, at the same time, viewers to locate a road along Deer Creek. The Board then instructed the County Survejor, Alf. Meier, to repair to Independence Creek, and make a report as to the cost of abridge, for which reports they adjourned till 5 o'clock, p. m., the same day. This Indicates that said body meant business. Don iphan's delegation was, of course, elated, and bet ter feeling prevails. The bridge wfll be built forth with. On account of the heavy rains, our roads are in an unenviable condition, presenting, here and there. ruts and wahouts that make disagreeable travel- ting. There seems to be an increased demand for preach ing, at least for Doniphan preachers, as Mr. Laak has been requested to preach, every other Sunday, at Whittahcr'a school house. This gives hhn three parishes to attend to. Our former miller, Mr. Franklin, now at Sever ance, has sold his residence property at thU place, to Mr. G. Itreck, for ?SX Every vacant town lot la plowed uji, this year. Even Mr. llshn has his Iota "in the centre of the eity," cultivated, and they will raise any kind of weeds. That's what Ed. Ege says. The Umv of commencing Sunday School has been changed from 3, p. m., to 10, a. m. An infant child of John Williams (colored) died, last Tusday. It seem that the It. A. M. R. R. runs postal affairs In this viainity independent of the Government at Washington. A carrier was advertised for, and employed, to bring mails twice per day to and from the Junction. Sometimes the train will find It con venient to stop, but aometimea It wDI whistle, and allow the carrier to go home unmolested. If a poor &0 clerk wonld neglect his business that way, he would have been collared long ago, by John M. CrowelL Mr. A. Brenner has put up his Kentucky cedar posts, and in a few days ten acres of the best vines will be In excellent vineyard shape. The vineyards have been employing, this spring. from thirty to forty persons. I wonder whether such work, and the pay therefor, conld not be con strued unconstitutional I Early potatoes are up, but don't look very much comforted by the hail and cold rain. Mrs. Wes. Low has moved into the house formerly occupied by John Earhart, who is now In Atchison. thisulek. The Township Road Overseer, Mr. J. S. Miller, has been busy repairing the road west of town, and it Is now In a passable condition. Bnt people are anxiously awaiting the time when the bridge across the Independence is built, and the new road opened, so as to give this town a direct connection with Atchison again. The Townnhip Board was In session, last Saturday, aud somewhat near $300 were allowed. Xow that there is but one rood overseer, the huaines Is less complicated than it used to be. Mi&s X. Cooper was married to Mr. J. Cobb, last Wednesday. They will settle near Doniphan. Mr. R.S. Hinckley, of llrenner, was in town, last Saturday, attending to his duties on the Township Board. He report having completed a good deal of his work as assessor, but finds it, sometimes, during this disagreeable weather, a decidedly unpleaaut task to sit writing on a tree stump. Interrogating a farmer about the number of his litters, and his wife's surplus jewelry. He is a pleasant old gentleman. Finh are plenty, and large, this spring. 3Ir. Smith caught, the other day, a buffalo, weighing twenty-two Kunds. The Doniphan Dramatic Club will, on the 15th of May, give a dance and supper. Dance and sapper, 11.00 per couple. Theo. Kentzler, of Geary, accompanied by Dr. Otto, was down, last Saturday. He reports business better, since the mill ha been put Into operation again. The following letters remain unclaimed at the post-office at Doniphan, Kan., May 1st, 1S32: Perry Alexander, William Hill, Mrs. Sarah Harness, Mrs. Salina Lloyd, John Oswanldt, Mr. Laura S. Pearce. Cnas. R. Krms P. M. ileport from altaectionsof this part of the conntry agree that there are plenty of chinch-hugs in the wheat, but reports also agree that they do or, rath er, np to now, have not done no damage. I am no bugologUt, otherwise I might determine whether the chinch-bug now causing sueh uneasiness Is not perhaps of that kind which ProL Riley describes as perfectly harmless. In one of his numerous reports to the Agricultural Department at Washington, he distinguishes two classes; the destructive and the harmless. Any one who has these reports may de termine for himself. A good deal of corn was planted, last week. The spring work in the vineyards, L e., cutting, binding, etc.. Is done. The sanitary 'condition of our population is grati fying; only few persons are confined to their homes. Chills Is the prevailing malady. A considerable number of cattle have been sent west by Langan A- Baughman, to he put on the prairies, to fatten. The pasture here on the borders of the Missouri Is too expensive. The Colorado fever has subsided. A month ago, everybody was ready to start for that millennial par adise ; but for a week or so, everybody has changed his opinion. Some went, and the most returned to the flesh-pots ef Doniphan; not, indeed, as prodi gals, but minus the anticipated gold luggage. Amongst those who returned, are Chas. Floyd, John Kirby, and Wes. Low; and of E. Bilimek it hi re ported that he Importuned one of his friends in Atchison to procure work for him. For a man with sueh a large family, It is snrely anything but an en viable position. Mr. Frick came down from Severance, last Tues day, and sold hi property to Mi Sarah Smith, for $400. He spoke about the last rise as a very heavy and very sudden one. The water ran so high in the Severance Mill that the large wheel could not be put In motion. Mrs. Bennett returned from St. Louis, last Wednes day. She went there to attend to her sick aunt. A. Albertson smiled npon his friend, last Saturday. James Floyd sold his property in the Doniphan Extension to Louis Schilling, for $100. A number of seasonable photo-lithographical pro ductions have leen shipped here, for exhibition bock beer card. John Me In toh didn't like his position in Atchison, so he went. In company with John Turner, to Lin coln, where the two will wurk in the brickyard of Stock well, the gentleman who oersted a brick yard in this place, last year. Richard Kucha, who has been travelling agent for Adam Rrcnner, for the last fire years or so, has giv en up his plaee, to go to Mary ville. Mo-, where he will enter Into parenership with Mr. Gross. They will deal in liquors, bottled beer, soda water, etc. Mr. Knchs Is a fine gentleman, of superior business qualifications, aud success will be forced to remain with him, wherever he goes. His place as travelling agent is now occupied by W. D. Me wart. The select schools of Mi Leak and Miss Earhart are well attended. DiMrirrixs. C rand m other Csc-d to sar: "Boys, if your blood i out of order, try Burdock tea;" 'and then they had to dig the. Burdock and boil it down in kettles, making a nasty amelling decoction; now vou get all the curative 1roiierties put p In a pafstable fort In Bnnlock Umul Bitters. ln-e el.00. For sale bv D. C. Sin clair, Troy. Xlie IjOMstew at Lcona. Mr. Enrroa: I send you a statement of the losses by the fire at this place, on Sunday night last : J. W. Schock, shop, tools, and stock. Loss total. Value, 1700; insured for 50. P. A. Flodin, hardware and implement. Los to tal. Valne, $3,500 ; Insurance, 1200. A. Angstad, bnilding. Lots total Value, 11,500; Insurance, $900. Walter &. Bebee, drugs. Los. $1,200; insurance, 11,000. L. Hickenbach, dry goods, &e. Damage, 11,000; fully insured. OuierBroa tool. Valne, $150. Loss total; no insurance. J. Allison, household good, (100. Xe insurance. D. Kercber, tool and implements, 430. So insur ance. A. Xlgas, damage to building, (30. Insured. John Hoverson & Co dry goods, &c Damage to building and stock, &0. Insured. Dillon A- Springer Bros. Damage, $100. Fully injured. V. Adam, household goods. Damage, 120. So insurance. Geo. W. Strahaa, household gocda. Damage, $15. Insured. W. Truax, harness and saddles. $25. Insured. The above is aa near aa can be ascertained, at present. S. E. lUanr. AG 4axe)Boavl la too often foBewedbyadiaordered stomach, symp tom of dyspepsia or indigestion. Every miserable dyspeptic in the land abould know that he eaa be cured by a tlmley ue of Burdock Blood Bitters. Price $1.00. For sale by D. a Sinclair, Troy. aTernnce Ifrmsv Our tewn U finite Iiiely, bd all oar merchants seem to be having a good trade. The Farmers Elevator &. Mill Company are run ning tin fall time. They are now filling orders for kiln-dried corn meal, tu be shipped to Texas. Mr. Ed. Heeney has the lmulr on the ground for his new dwelling, which promises to be oue of the Inert iu the city. Mr. W. D. Itippey and family hac just returned from a tour through Te fas, and report everything flourishing. Mr. C E. Miller has bea setting np cigar, for some time, to the boys. He aay ft is a girl, and weigh nine pounds, and i just the picture of its mother. The Severance park needs some repairing. There I considerable moving going on In our city. Mr. A. C Manwaring has sold oat hi interest In the firm nf Angstad Ac Manwaring, to a party from Indiana. Mr. Manwaring Intends moving to In diana, his old Lome, soon. We are sorry tu lose him, but wish him success, wherever he may east hi lot. Ths social hop at the Severance House was a grand event, thirty-four number being out, ami all enjoyed dancing till a late hour. Music was fur nished by Messrs. Poyntcr JL Weyer. Mr. J. h. Hall is erecting a Urge blacksmith and wagon shop, just south of the post-office. itr. Holcutub ha just eoinpletsd hia new dwelling. Mr. Al. Xewton has also just completed his new house. All located in the eastern part of the city. Messrs. Franklin &. Frick are building a large warehouse near their mill. Mr. Jesse Price has returned to hi home, in Ateh IiMrtj. Mr. Charles Urenntr was up, Sunday, visiting friends. They are preparing the foundation for the new Catholic Church, at this place. Mr. Chas. Kojeitx will soon depart front our midst, and drift to Everest, where he will engag in the mercantile business. Success to Mr. Kopeitx. Mr. W. J. UuaselL our jovial piano and organ man, has accepted a position with an Atchison house, as travelling salesman. We are sorry to lose Mr. Ituiaell, aa he was a member of the Severance 8. C B. Sucre to him. Mr. Jame Baird, of Highland, Is running a hack between our city and Highland. Mr. Thomas Vigu has moved hi harness shop to the building formerly occupied by Mr. J. Trigga. F. II. Dixon has purchased the Frank Case shop, and Is repairing it, for a saloon. T. J. Armstrong is City Marshal, and we will now have good order. Elmore Plank was down visiting hi parents and friends, some time ago. Mr. W. S. Franklin and J. B. Jeffer went out to Hiawatha, last Sunday, to iew the sights of the prairie eity. There is to be a social hop at the Shulsky school house, Friday, May 5th. HtcxLEHitRxr. A Uapllst 311 ulster's Experience I am a BaptUt Minister, and before I even thought of being a clergyman, I graduated la medicine, but left a lucrative practice for my present profession, 40 years ago I was for many years a sofferer from quinsy; Thomas Erlrctric Oil cored me. I was also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas Eclectnc oil always relieved me. ily wire and child had diph theria, and "Thomas Erlectrie Oil cured them; and if Ut en in time, it will cure sevea times out of ten. I am confident it Is a cure for the most obstinate cold or cough; andifanr one will take a teaspoon and half fill it with the Oil. and then place the end of the spoon in one nostril, ami draw the Oil ont of the jKxm into the head by smtfing as hard a they can, until the Oil fall over Into the throat, and bract irv that twice a week, I don't care how offensive their head may be, it wilt slean it out, and cure their ea- tarrn. r or deafness and earacbe, it ha, done wonders, to my certain knowledge. It is the only medicine dubbed patent medicine that 1 have ever felt like recommending; and I am ery anxious to see it in every place, for I tell you that I wonld not be with out it in my honse for any consideration. I am now suffering with a pain like rheumatism in my right limb, and nothing relieves me like Thomas' Eclectnc OiL Dr. E. F. CRANK, Corrv, Pa. For sale by D. C. Sinclair, Troy. llrenner inb. All la quiet aud prosperous at this village and vicinity. Corn planting is fully under headway, and yet It has not quit freezing and frosting. Early potatoes are bit down by frost. Mr. O. Blood moves inte his new residence, to-day. May 1st, and Josh. Hsrgis moves in where he motes out. Another new house goes up, thi month. Cook A, Hinckley seem to be doing a good busi ness, and give general satisfaction. John Albera brought to llrenner, last week, $3,000 worth ef farm prod nee, which the merchants here liought. One car load of fat cattle, seventeen head, that graded the highest that ever went from here, grading No. 1 in Kansas City; also, one carload of wheat, that graded No. 1, which our graiu mer chants say hi the first car of wheat that ever graded so high by Atchison inspectors. It seems only a few years ago since Mr. Alben commenced ou the prai ries of Kansas, with only an old yoke of stags for a team, and no money, but lot of energy, hope and perseverance, the fruit of which any one can now ee, by going four miles wet of here, to hi beauti ful farm. Hogs are CI cent here, and still rislug; and well they may, for they are still so much higher in the Eastern markets. Tame grass has been good pasture, for two months, and the prairie grass is not good yet. Sow tame grass, if you want good grass, early and late. No sickness here ; no need of doctors. No disputes and quarrels; no need of lawyers. A few people have no nse for preachers; yet they are like bad money, always on hand, and hard to get rid of. Hebetic Consumption To pre rent niebt sweats, to ease the couch, and arrest emaciation and decline, no other form of malt or medicine can possibly equal MALT BITTEHX. This original Nutrient and Tonic U rich in nourish ment and strength. It titles the patient over the !""' mn hi iuij;c ui i no uiM-tr, t)rin Mini kmhmu- ilate food, enriches and purifies the bloed. It builds up the system, by stimulating Into new life the entire process of digestion. Kldce Pralrlr Item. The wheat i booming. A very flattering prospect for a heavy crop. Some party haa reported only 27, 000 acres as the acreage of thi county in wheat. 1 think It much too low. Wliat do others say t Cera planting is going on at a lively rate. The acreage will be large. The Missionary Society met at Sirs. Jacob Harp ster'a, last week. A good attendance. There were frosts both Saturday and Sunday morn ings, but did no damage to fruit. Mr. Smith Postle has jott received a very fine Clydesdale stallion from Canada, CMting&GOO. He purchased him from Mr. Reeser, near Toronto. Mr. K. spent a few days in this neighborhood. He says the western part of the County is the finest Country he ever saw away ahead cf cold Manitoba, where he was but a short time before he came here. A fine shorn er, this 3Ieday morning. Occam ii a u CP Women are Crerrwhere tTIn; andre commendeng Parker's Ginger Tonic, because they have learned from experience that it apeedily over come despondency, indigrstion. pain orweskaes in the back and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to the sex. ante Journal, Ne ad. Ilnrper' Ilarptrt Jajpiriw for May i signalized by the be ginning of a new serial story by William Black, and the conclusion of "Anne, by Constance Fenimore Woolson, the most brilliant and popular American novel that has etsr been given to the public. Kobert Herrick'a poem, To Dianame,ilieauti fully ill ant rated by Abbey. In the opening article of the number, ''Spanish Vista: 1 1.," Mr. George P. Lathrop describes with great vividness the ancient city of Toledo. Besides the numerous illuttratioa printed iu the teat, from drawings by Bclnhart, there Ua frontixpiece called "A Spanish Peasant, exnuiItIy engraved by Jang ling from a drawing by Chase. W. H. Beard contribute a touching story called "A Child's First Impressions of Death, accompa nied with an illustration from hia owu pencil. Mnaic and Musicians la Austria is an exceeding ly Interesting paper, by Mary Alice Seymour, illus trated with portrait of distinguished musicians. An appreciative sketch of the life and work ot an early American scientist i given In the papar on Datid Kittcnbouse, by Samuel . Pennypacier. It is accompanied with two illustrations. In "A Squirrel Highway," Mr. W. II. Whson eontrilmtas a charming paper, beautifully U lost rat ed. The exquisite delicacy and refinement of 3Ir. Gibson drawing w ere never more evident than in this series. Mr. Stedman contribute a thoughtful and Inter esting paper on "Some London Poet, which in eludes an account of a visit to Swiubnrac, a ad other personal reminiscences. Several finely engraved portraits are given with the article. Another illustrated paper is Mr. Johnson's descrip tion of the Cpper Peninsula of Michigan, la which the writer give an interesting account of that fa mous mining region. A characteristic and excellent story, called On the Xinc-Mde," i contributed by Sherwood Bonner. Edwin Arnold contributes a long Eastern poem of great beauty and depth, caUed Love and Death. Poems are also contributed by Ada M. E. Xichola, Louise Chandler Moultoa, and A. T. L. The Editorial Department are filled with timely and interesting matter. Cotklcw Gkttho Olo. Bosco Conxlinc la ret- usz ihu . m w huh a ine street tao oia- j- .1.1 c r .- i.t .i . T. . ic-old dar. and i ne p looked five rear alder than he did a Tear ago. There haa also been a ehaae la hi man ner. It is mnch more severe than formerly, and a toaeh of bhteraeaa and disappointment haa beew ad ded to the erniciaa that haa always been one of hi cbaracteristica. He evidently attempt to conceal tho diaappoiatnwst he feci in being; so fncoaaider atelr thrust ont into the cold, bat it manifeaU itself in spite of hi efforts. Aa everybody know, a la notentlrelr out of politic TX lie haa hia chosen few who adhere to him la the hope that the rreataesa which the j claim for him, will by and by rise and aa sert itself. If he. could not control and direct these forces ia a aniat war. he wonld mw aM mnA f-. ter than be U. There are soma here who think that hlsomewhatofalawvr, aadone who ia conver sant with hia affairs aay that the freedom of hia pro fessional life ia not dUaereeable to him. Bat any one who kaewa htm know that ha liked hie eld posi tion ef head loan in the political arena better. .Tew j or, jjnirr tm n Mtaoiim. oiar. VESOU'sT. PREDICTION. General Forecast T the Measew of I8S3. Out of the thirteen long range and general predic tion which I have given forth and caused to be pub lished In the leading new papers of the da v. and in my yearlv almanacs between the Tear 137itndJSS. only two have been aeriotuly "out" or astray with re spect to the summer sea-ton. Thi statement I nnt aa empty assertion, hut on the contrary oue that is capable of proof. For the veri&cattou of these pre dictions does not not lie in my own translation of them, but in each ease has been gathered fn.ru the telegraph report ot the day. and just 8athee have appeared la th dally journals in which tb prcdie trana were first published. Having said thi much on by-gone forecasts, I desire now bnedv to give a brief but centprehf naive outline of whatin in v hum ble opinion, are likly to be the most remarkable fea tures of the summer and autnmn of the year 1&2. First A season that will well nient the designa tion of cool to cold and wet, generally. .No that there will not be terms of summer warmth, and e en of intense heat for periods, but rather that these last will appear iu the retrospect aa of bnt compara tive Insignificance, or as the exception to the cm end rnle. r Second The season will be marked by not only great precfiHtatiun, bnt by a mugginea of atmo phcrc, generally, caused by the reeking condition of the earth, and the loog continuance uf clouded sky. This will result iu periods f extreme sultriness and heavy weather, during which thunder and hail storms will occur. In other words, the aoainier will be the reverse of clear and dry. Third Thf re is a likelihood of June and August frosts in Northern. Western and Southern mcIiuos, and a general cold wave mar occur toward midsum mer. Fourth The autumn months will continue tuoUt. September will probably give rain and floods in Western Canada and in western aud southern sec tions of the I'uited States. Oetohvr will be much the same, with early cold and snow falls. November will begin the winter of l3&-83 winter likely to be memorable on account of its except ionahly hcavv snow-falls and very eold weather cr the whole Northern Heniixphere. That a cold and wrt sura mer U invariably followed by a cold and stormy w in ter, is a proof now so well proven and borne out by the testimony of tMst records, that we cannot U htly put It aside; and if we have good aud sutticieut grounds fr predicting the former as we mnt as suredly nave at this time it U but right that we should warn the people ef the hitter In good aaason. Fifth and but The approaching season will proba bly be the first of a couple of wet summers, and, as 18 82 i, so is ISO likely to he. llut here we must stop fur the present. VtMorg Wealktr BulUti for May. On Thirty DmyV Trial We will send Dr. Diea Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belt and other Electric Appliance on trial for thirty day to young men and older persons, who are afflicted with Nervoua Debihtv, tost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing speedy relief, and complete resto ration of vigor and inanhood. Also for Itheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Lf ver and Kidney difficulties. Raptures, and many other diseases. Illustrated tiamphlet sent free. Addrcs, Voltaic licit Company, Marshall, Mich. A Timelt Qctsnov. When General Garfield sug gested to benator Coukling that it would be proper to do something for the gentlemen with whom he waa not in sympathy, the Senator replied in sub stance: "Vea, certainly; send them abroad." The rcionse was significant in several ways, but chiefly because It showed that he was Iu favor of placing these gentlemen, not "where they could do the most good, hut where they conld do toe least harm. Is this the reason Messrs. Taft, Fish, Francis and oth ers are sent abroad I Albany Journal. Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters. Frazier's Boot Bitters are not a dram-shop whiskey heterage, but are strictly medicinal in every sense. They act strongly upon the liter and kidneys, keep the ImiwcIs open and regular, make the weak strong. heal the lungs, build up the nerve, and cleanse the blood and system of every impurity. For Dixxiuesa, Bush of Blood to the Head, tending to Apoplexy, Dyspepsia. Fever and Ague, Dropsy, Pimples and Blotches, Scrofulous Humors and Sore, Tetter, King Worm, White Swelling, Erj sijelas. Sore Eyes, ahd for young men suffering from Weakness or Debility eanwd from imprudence, and tit females In delicate health, Frazier Boot Bitters are espe cially reeommenueii. Dr. Frazier; 1 hae used two littles of your Boot Bitters for Dyspcjwiia, Dizzine, Weakness and Kid ney Disease, and they did ine more good than the doctors and all the medicine I e er used. From the firt dose I took I began to mend, and I am now in perfect health, and feel as well aa I ever did. I con aider vour medicine one of the greatest blessing. MICS. M. ii AUXIN, Cleveland, . Sold by all druggist everywhere at per bottle. IIEXRT & CO., Sole Proprt, C2 Vesey Street, New York City. D. C NINCI.A1K, 13oct It. Wholesale and Betail Agent, Troy, Kan. FILES! PILES! FILES! A Mure Cure Found txt WmuiZ IVo One IVeed riufTer: A sure Cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and 11 ccratcd Pile haa been discovered by Dr. William, (an Indian remedy.) called Dr. ilium's Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chronic eases of 25 or 30 years standing. So one need suffer five minntes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, instrument and electuaries do more harm than good. William's Ointment absorb the tumors, allays the intense itching, (particularly at night after getting wann In bed, J acts as a poul tice, gives instant and painless relief, aud is preimred only fur Pile. Killing of the private parts, and for nothing else. Bead what the Hon. J. M. Coffinberry, of Cleve land, aajs about Dr. William Indian Pile Ointment : I hare used scores of Pile Cures, and it affords roe pleasure to aay that I have never found nurthing which gae such Immediate and ernianent relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment. For sale by all druggists, or mailed on receipt of price, 1 1.00. IIEXRT k CO., Propr G2 Vesey Street, Xew York City. D. C. M.-ClAIIt, ISoctly Wholesale and Bctail Agent", Troy, Kan County Hoard ofEqunlizntion. THE STATE OF KANSAS, 1 c Dosiriux COVTTT, i OFnrx or Corvrr Clekk, Taor, May 2, 1n. NOTICE U hrebT KiTca. that the Bnl of County Cm mtssiooers of Ihmfpban Countv, Ksnsas, will meet as a llint nf KinallzatKm. st the office of the Countr Clrrk of ssU County, on Monday, the Sth day of Jane, Urt. fur the purjxiHf of equalizing the raltie of personal pruprrty, and an and all nrrwn fcelins tht-mselres asiirTeu. can appear and ostc all errors in their rstorns correctrd, as Justice and equity may demaiwL D. IV. MOKSE, County Clerk. May 4, 13P3-U. Notice to Bridge Builder. THE STATE OP KANSAS, J JJ0MTUA3 COtMT, ) Orrica or Cot3TT Clrjuc, I Taor, May . l"t2. J SEALED PROPOSALS win bo recrived at the office of the County Clerk of Doniphan County, Kansss, In Troy, Jane Mb. lw-2, at 12 o'clock. II- fur fnr- matrriil and boIMine a low wooden uridre. sixty fcrt hOK. ten fet-t aliore low wstcr mark, on piliug, actual Wolt ITt-r. on the public road on the section hue acruhs SVolf lUver, on the public road on the section hue Let wren arellons 4 sud 5. in township 3. of ranee SO. in Wolf Kirrr Township. Buldem mav submit their own ilna ttr ran w TtLin mi ft In this office. The Ifciard rrerv- the rlht U reject any or all bids. llrorder of the Hoard of t'onntT CooimlwdAners. IX W. ilOKSE, County Clerk. Msy 4, IPrtWw. Road IVoticc. THE STATE OF KANSAS, S3. lxmniax cocjrrr. Omct or Coittt Cuuc, I Taor, May X, lt3. NOTICE Is hereby riven, that a petition was presented to the lluard of Cnmnuasioners of Doniphan County. Kanasa. at their necting on the 1st day of kfav. Itf-A, asking for a chance ef so niurb of the Columbus and BeQe nMBt and the Hamilton llulaad VTalhraa ruadaasraas thrash the north-west qnarter and the north half ef tho sooth wot quarter and the north half of the soath-eaxt inarter of section sixteen. (16) la township three, (3J of of raars twenty two, (32) becinninr at the north-vast cor ner of the north west quarter bf said section, thence sooth between the north-west and north-east quarter, and the north half of the anoth west and tbs north half eftbs south east qnarter f said section, tho full rusd to be given npon the west sids of tb use, sxceptinr. the tint eighty (SO) rod from the begianinz, where ten (10) teet of said road will be girrn east of said line. And the owners of the land taken hartne giren their cott aent. in wnting. the road prayed lor wilt be entablisbed at the meeting of the CeoinusiUoner on J one 5th, lat, unless aerivo objections are prencated. Ily order of the Btiard of County CormsliMloaer. Attest i D. W. MORSE. May X Ift-3w. Comity Clerk. Road IVotice. THE STATE OK KANSAS, ! Doxinuv Covstt, Cofwrr Ctaaa; 'a Omcit, TiWT, llayl, lSdi j NOTICE is hereby riTen. that a petition was presented to the Hoard i Commissioners of Doniphan County, Kan, at their meeting on the 1st dav of tv. ltSRt, asking for a change ia lUmA Xo.3U.as It now runs near tbeest tine of the sotitb-eat qnarter of section teaty eifjC () ta township f-nr. (I) of range taenty. C3) ron ntraclng at the north-cant corner of the sooth naif of the outb-et quarter of Mild section, and Wate said road all ou tbe wet atd of said bo, thence south to Intersect ssid road at the mouth of the Une on said section line. Whereojwo, tho Mil &rd of County Cmuniwioner ap- Clafed the fuQowiag named perauna, tuc: Charleo Camp U. Joseph C Rea, a4 Ilenjaaln Uroww. ss viewers, with taptrnctions to meet at the place ef beginning, rm Hue day, tb 21 day of May. loft, and proceed to view said road, rJr aQ parties a bearing, and make due report to ssid Hoard, at their session to be beta on tne Mix tuy or J nne, l&X U v order ef Board of Coonty Coram is toner. Attest: V. W. HORSE. May 4, lSftl-3. County Clerk. Road IVotice. TIIE STATE OF KANSAS, i dosriux uon, Coittt Cutaa's Ornrv, 1 Taor, Atay Z, 1-- ren. that a petition was preecnted TWOTICE I fo th Hoard of CommiwooDcn of Duniitbau Couatv. Einoi at their mortis oat the 1st djT of Mar. licEt aeking that a read be eUbuhed at the following pUats, to wlti Beginning at the berth west earner of the north-east qnarter of section twenty-eight. (3) la township foar, (O of range twenty, (30) maniagesat on section lice to the useeum roaa raasmg nona ana w. Whereupon, too oU m. tho said Buaid of County Comadoskaers Sf fuQowbig Bamed persona, tis: Chas. Campbell, pointed thof JOOF Mtth C Res. and lU-nL Urwwa. a viewer, with lnstrac- tion to meet at the place ot beginning, on Monday, the 32d dav ef May. li and prorenl to tVw said road. gl all parties a hearing, and make da report to said Board, at thrir seeiuon to bo held on too 3th day of Jose, lSt By order of the Board of Comity Cumwlwioncr. Attest: D. W. MOUSE, May 4, 13-3w. Cowaty Clerk. IVotice by PablicatioH. Ia the District Court ef the Second Jodicial Dtstrirtef the but ef Kansas, m and far Doniphan Couaty. tniuam Ward aad 1 tVilliam GiUea, I rUiatina. rtrickEr4y, J Defeadaat. rTtnX above named defeadaat will take aetire, that he JL hae been seed u the District Cowrtc the Seeond Ja dlcial District, sluing is aad far Doniphan Cowaty, but of Kansas, by the above named plaintiffs, and that he mast aasweceraesaar to the petition aled byaald plaintiff, an er before the 90th day of June, 1&3. er th petition will be taken a tree, and judgment rendered against him for the am of foar nadred dollar. 0400) aad the cost ef thi action. Said def eodaat w farther aettned. that an order of attachment has bo twed octet said Coert m said acttoa, aad lertedeatW balance ef tbe moaey la the hand ef 2f. C Bailer. Sheriff of Doaiphaa Coosty.Kaaaaa. which came late his hands from the eale by aim. aa each SeernT, ef the west half ef the Berth-east quarter ef aectioa alaeteea, 09) la township tour. (4) ef range aiaeteea. fW la rjoaipkaa bit, ansa. DTTu-Mtaaonirei aaM laeaea eei er Court, ea a judgment rendered agataet said dsfcadaat. f aal loaned oat ef aad la Csver ef Mary Brady, ea er about the t3th day of September. 11 r and the balance ef aaid money ia the haadaef seidX. C Better, aaaeeatiag to abort the earn ef eerea baadred dollar aad eerewty-nre cent. ffTOO.73) at. tasked la this action, win be applied to the neymeat ef said Jadgmeat. ' XYAjri WOOD. Attorney far PUtatifta. Hy4,lV4w. Fra fee, flf. .VBir ADrisnTisi;jiEST& Organs 27Stops,IO Sets Reeds, 690 BeetrjrwBrJTOOTCVtVneewCBim fan sett CM.. sOafctaJTootrtatea.Yrcla peUow. Btori BonarSiLaapauada, l'orfceC(orkBu& usdJes sod toilers (or movtn. Een- Patent Atop, acoon. -lOKHOi:. KCCIM. fci. m nc . moeti: kJMTiviCUTTtfuiOTlM. Ers&zi&sszczx S90 v - pi ipanaiauuiaM tma jjfaieeWeWoniyjM som, aotttnaT caa to fslrrr Birds? er CanatoriMrSt. ttnta.!!) . iiTJ.' tfr,eacnnBooj onir Sjasv IroWatbnrtoa alloc CaaxacrtTtBgmir T.otlmoetivm.maisrtijtfnr -noaaranearMmfioemareular.'tsnowod cooa ItHbHKHIM MMMU.I 1 im . I ft. l.sb imiuo tf rva bur i comoanywmj, too are rrnriiiirttfciillTiitifliifi itry nojitwiil ttokcoie?ta adanos or oa apoa TJAHQi F. SEiITT, Vu>ffi, Hrv Jinej HinrO IMPKOVLD HOOT llrKEK. Hl I K r" U3e. ikovkan make 2 EaUttut of a g deliciooa, b4rip, sparkling temper awe DCTerace. ask 0nTuru4xuu orarui ot mail fur :13c. CE.mKES,4jN'.DvUarcAvel'hiUla. tb A aibar-A so aad stmI UX teal Work. warTsstod t b best aad itwsp T. wdnwaiibli to oeerj saafi titled "too flora of Uim oroli Preonrataia ; bound m MHI VlWfkCU BtUUH mDOMML faUc2tJD0p sauiu stool aTrtBa, ns viaoerip Uona. pnea on! ilTSseat by mail: 111 atriMitaupl,(ceB(s. mow iBTmj.fiasaaasaEAsa WORTH SENDING FOR. Dr. J. II. HCIIB.'VCK. of Phlladrlphla, ha Jiut pub luhedaVskonDHfEAHBfOFTlIC M'.tfi". AND HOW TIIUVC'AX RC CITUKD,' which tsonVred Free, pt-pail. to all applicruta. It contain Taluall ifrtath for all who snppoac tbeuj-lre aflirt ed with, or liable to, any diram of the throat or long. Address DK. J. U. SCHENCK A. SON", (0 Arch Mm-t, Philadelphia, Ta. P.O.Box 233- lliprtw 7lOarn Per week can be marie inane lucalitv. Stime- tjO" thing entirely new fur aceuta. 5 out at free. G.W.IAGBAIUneVCO. Bealest JIaa. Highland Nursery OFFER3 FOK SALE 20,000 APPLE TREES, Al 3 14 9V1 prr lla.Jml. .ALSO. A Goofl Stocfc of Help Plants, Uf Ibis wuV growth, at l.73 per 1,000. Orders will he received by mail or otherwise nntil April lkt,lt The stock will then be delivered. The Hedge is xruwn In Xemah County, ii coml. To be sure of settiuj Tree or lfnl-e Solid Orders Karly. S. J. EIMEKLY, ProjrY. nUaland, Ks Dee. f, IM Service by Publication. In the IHittrkt Court of the Second Judtcul'lfetrkt, la and fur Doniphan Comity, iit-te of Raima. WTOiam L. Gilbert and ) Henry tiav. Tanner as t ilbert A Cay I'UIuti&. Patrick ttradj. aud N. a lUiley, ( Sheriff if Dvniphsu County f Ir fmdeiit. TO 1'ATKICK IULIV one .r tt aWe named lie feiuUnt: lake outice. that jtm hate been nued in theDUmct Couitof lfcm!pUnO'4L!v '"late of Kansas, in tbe above futitltt action, and thur yott mtivt enwer the pttitlon filed be tbeslnive lumetl Luuti5" on or before theltlhtlay of "J roe. 1-s.J, ttrii ; titi will beukrnas true, ami judgment rrndtred autut Com (. th turn of fire hundred iMLtr, (rJ.j an! iot.nt lhereu from Oc toler lt Ir'el, at M-vt-u C) r cnt per ennnni. aud the costs of thi4nit, aolsabi Judztuent iletUreU tube a lien onon the babnreof tlmntier iu the Iutmuif S.U. llsller, Shrntf of Dwnipbau(iiutT 4-a an tmro-iIefeii-dant tn thUartl'n, t'ut arte-frcui the ale U Lmi. asmich hheritf,frf the west half of tbe nirlb-et natternf sertUm nineteen. 19) la townohlj four, (1) of raure mat teen. 19 ia liupban Coitnty, Kansan. n a jndueet reuitered axaiiit you. iu favor uf Mary ltraJ, fiTaUHtt seecteen handrrd ami t went v t'aodollaraaude'shty ttiits ((lTSieO ) In the DtAtriit Court of IkwEpliaii dmitty, KattKS on or about too 13th day of September, lel. aol d louoer la thehajtaNofX C IUiley, berit aaaforrMiu.aMiHiotIa to abont the aom of seven hundred ami elfbtv ume tlulUn and seventy five cents, (flrtli,! will, by KUtI judnu-bt, be apprunriatnt to the pavnicnt tleref. WEKIS A WILKIN'MIK. AttitrneT Ut liaintina. April 27, l&i-lw. IT fee. til SO. Sheriffs $a!c. T7K STATE OF KANSAS, !,. COCXTV OF DONirUAX i X la tit District Court fur Doniphan County, Slate of Kansas. David liars rd. ) rUIctiff. vs. V. 1L Jones, ) Di femiint. "mOTlCE 1 hen-br plwn. that I will oTer f.r sale, at Xe pnMicanrtiiiQ, fircali,at tho hour 'fSrt-k, l'.l-. On Ute 39fa day Jfoy, A. D. 1-V3; at tbe north dmr of the Court Iloaw, In the City of Troy, In DuniDhan Countr. State of Kanse. tbe Mk lu dfoenbed real entate. U wit: The soutb-eat quarter of section twenty -oue, (21) In town shin four. 141 of rauce tacntv. f30 Iu Doniphan Cuontv. State of Kansas. Taken as tbe pnprrty of D. JL Jive. aat uftVird fir sale to the lubel bwbler for rab. to satisfy a certain iud ment and ct-4, nw of record in the Ibtrh t Court U Doniphan Count v. In tbe State of Kan-oM. iu wbkh lavhl llarard la plaintllT. awt D. 1L Jones is ilefemlaat. Ulwn under my hand, thi 2Ut day f April. A. D. IdHS. N. C. I1A1I.ET. Sheriif of Doniphan Couotv. April 37. 18-3w. IVa fee. . Administratrix IVoticc. Estate of JoJaun S. &rd. Dercawd. o .X the 13th day of April. 1-i the nnderfsM waa anftointeiL br tle lrdMle Couit ef Duuinhau lantr. ivaaNss, .umuiiiirainx ot in, ruic 01 dtiusitn r. Bird, deceawril. late of said Couatv. All perwtn iulebted Ut said Etaf, will make Inimedlate pavntent to tbe nmleralfnetl; ami tboor bavim; rlaims sjinst tbe Fadate, w ill jeewent tbe same, as required by law. Iruy, Kan, April IT, IPi alARV R. niKD, AdniinUtratrlz. April 20, l?m-3w. IVa fee, tX .. ..,.: .... . . s .. .- Final Settlement Kittete of Martha Jlillcrman, Deceased '-TOTICC la hereby jriren to ereilitora ami all other late lv resteil. tliat the Hmlenlghed, Adminlirrator cf the laitat if Martha Millerman. deeewl. will make a full aud final settlement of said tate. with tho Probate Court of Doniphan Count r, Kannaa, on Monday, the eth day of May. life!, at 10 o'clock. A. M. Troy, Kansas, April 11. 13. JACOB STINT., AdfdnUtrator. April 13. rt-tw. Pr. fee, fZ. U. Ia. RICHARDSON, 7ETE11KfAJlT SCKGEON", Troy, Kansa. OSce at v oorucc place, on Junction road. CaprrS. most oEonuE j: howell a co. 0S BVettTwnmrrorirf RoUai Totuma ttmttm. mt Ti Rolooa Tooroa Reeds. 7 TtP Caoo. SOnaeeB.MaKl Fiwa iiim Owo.Ortaec.MtU rqI1sie.CBricatIleuowa.stor( FpruicSj tarn patuda, roefce tor m fcofier torjaiTiK. Lcattr rateot I Aetkm. o ai 14 tOMMUt OUt.. ralntal , cccruw. aSVr mcTSSSi tflfl"'l'"''riiTMmi.lrfWiii. ot.ui nwimft ,1 .. .ut uiui.t. caa in irirn zzt uxizus? btfm.R.DgCnllSliamdlnaTmmK 7" vi . uj7. jam mn ntanLTnit mm " wUflltmimilimM U traW oS trJtUUHl XUMStWmtt CMUtfMtfrf. TUmmlddttm crtaa nam . BIHEL F. EE1TTT, VuHngta, Htw Jcmj. TJIK WORKS oyniE Collier Comp'ny OF ST. LOUIS, MO., VTblt. wtrr UUSf Dntfrf Vj Tin a Hmj- Stk ul SfptmWrtlrt, ltl, ARE REBUILT! Strictly Pire Whlti Lead ud Red Uad, Cold- Prtaed and Pire Dark Caitgr 00, Raw aad Doable Belled Uaeed OIL "Spring Plug" TOBACCO. TU ektut artkU ct CHIWIKO TBACC la mw .a tb. nirlut. Jtak rmr 4clcr fw it. C. A. JAClUejf C., rtttnhmrt, T m. Uifrlv. .dBwMHfTFfr.o' 00$ FOE THE C0BIING HAEvTBST I am better prrp-rcd tNtn ever with Jlacoiuerr; ronitin nf the McCORMICK Automatic Twine Binder, EMPIRE Table Rake and Dropper, McCORMICK and EMPIRE Iron Mowers, C0ATES ICE YST0NE Sulkey Hay Rakes, Nichols & Shepard Yibrator Threshers, Mchols & Shepard Traction Engines, And A COMPLETE STOCK of BUGGIES SPRING WAGONS. PRICES THT CAXX0T BE UNDERSOLD. A. J. HARWI, Atchison. Sh.elf and Heavy SardTT'aro. ! Frfisli A -iim:i: sK.i:rno or Dry Goods and Xolions, Clothing, Groceries, Havdivarc, Qiiecnsware, Glassware, Roots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Carpets, Etc., Etc. And crrrrtliin; Lcpt in a veil rrgnUtftl GENERAL STORE. .ILL llorGIIT DIItECT FKOU MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER, AT TUK VEKT Lowest Prices! Come and price my good. Will l hirijr to tbov yon, vbvther yoa hnj or not. Terms, Canb or Iu Eqnlralrnt. A. POULET, WHITE CLOUD, KAN'S. TIIXI cmtml mwmu Si. Joseph, ITIo., HaTe now ua Iitoit aa Imuir ui itt of EOSES, GERANIUMS, VERBENAS, A il FULL lmr of nthtr rUne I'Utt f.r Sj.iic lUullTie. lri rra vmablr 4Mlirn filial iruuitlly. ami Mit rtlbrr bj mail tr rxi'tvM. iVOAV IS THE TI.1IE. Sctwl fur our new ilwwriDtiT rataloUR. aul nulr out yttitr onltw at on e. AdWtrM ' STUPPY ic IlEICILVllI), ! On Ira 1 Grtrnbcnif, STapLSm. MT. JOmEPII. 31 0. A. FROST & CO. WouMintpttftiIlTraIl tatbfatNntlonof tlw nultlir ern rrslly. that hare Utrly addl a Urge amount tu our al rraur urge iuca 01 Pine and Native Lumber, As4 are yrrpaml to fnr&Uh all kind f BUILDING MATERIAL, iQclailing Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, &c. At prirra wlikh will tUtj rompttitiua. tlTSHINCLES A SPECIALTY. Come anil . at onr office, on MAIN STREET, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, am! w. will ilo jon jmmI. Xr. ll-tf. A KKOST CO. MASON fclS ORGAN CO., 4 HIST llth ST., (Ualea Satire,) xvw voitu, Hare iDtreJaced luraovEmcfTH or ckeates rsjirnciL TALI'S dnring tbe lst jear than In an j JtiiufUr prrI ulnre tbe lBtrotlactlon tf the Amerirau Organ by them, twenty years ago. al are now receiving from their fwtoriea orgina cmieCTo is CArAcrrr aid rirctlxxcz nnnita which has Bxrouc nut rBDtrii, anl rerulnly worthy to be ranted with thk tckt ntrjr m ical ixTrxtm n the WOaUt; ft auk prurt. tli $Xtt, .JW, t&Q, ItsO. ITO, (720; f W, anJ two. I'OrULAU MTLE.S, Incladln tbe mutt valiublo of tho recent hnnrvTcmenta, and adted to all , In plain or elegant cae. are at til. fM. &Z. !. fTJ. fl, D0, W. t. 110-i, 1103, to fttX) and np. MAOX & UAMU.V O IRAN'S are awarded tho only mcHLsTMCDAL tot InstrnBienU of tbUrlaa, Koropeanor JLmerlcaD, at tU GREAT ITALIAN' lXDUSTUIAL EX niBITIO.V recently rlMel at MilX ami bare taken tbe HIGHEST 1IOXOUS AT EVKitV ONE of the cuit world' rtDi'MTEUL Kxrrnoi fr roirnu teaus beimy tki !$ A mfnean Organs e"cA hart taken turn at eay. rM il fur KASV PAYMENTS, or an or-so U1 W reoteil nntU the rent pay f. it. ILXU8TRATEO CAT ALOGUES, deM-ribia MOST. THAX ijxe III'SDRED STTUM, with net prkea aa4 fall partfralara, KICEE. fhnchifS. Haryesting licliies! I AM ww hawll.ej: thMe twn IlarTesttue Maebine ntabuft-tnrrI In Antertr lie ImpFOYoi Marsh Twine Mil AXII Tie Warrior Mower, .Manufncturcd at Piano, llllaola. The HarTeler I by fir tbe tiMent f any In America, and within the Lukt jt-ar. creat pain bare been Ukm t im prore iff. It Brw tan(bt aa one, of tbe IifM-rt. elmpleBt, awl bMMt dunblii blndrr In tle market, awl U more eaGy -terateil than aay other, awl whererer nl It ht c""rn Cmm1 MtUfartiuu. I Lara art wtjJetenMfhf&aat UiUpUce, jwt np, and U can be exantaed at any time, GEOKGK II. irOr.IV. .SeUinxArmt, April t 4w. SeTerance. Kua. Sewing Machines! m:v xiii: n.in::: The nwlrrIeAei la A;ent tut tbe Utct InpniTEd Siuzer, M Qaeen, ani IMiii, rtiirh Uv fihm nnk Snrt In lb market. Thn. girtn .n 31 hiar lf ivllrtt. Udk. at rraidckn; ac teH. wmtb tt Trnr- J. n.JIAV.tlKD. EL 2 KATJTS, WAGON SHOP TROY, - - 1CAXSAS. I toss, Busies, and Asricultiiral Implements aiAXI2 V?fT REPAIRKU. AH ntk vfn b. well anil pruBpUr &av. aad aS cbarcf. aaaaa rW.. En's. CITY MEAT 3IAKKET, Wat little ritbllc Square, THOT, - T3T A TV A. BaT OHAS. BUKKHALTER. KEEF3'eoaaaU7o.Banila cwj aMortncBt of ftrah aaduanU,nuUtia-.rirC llottom, nk ami Val; alM. lUmt, SbmUm, Snarlaat Hkxo, PklM Pack and Ctapnl &t vakh k. vU aril aa Io aa lie tiam admit. Khun im ax al immm)J lustra Wm bar iMk Iwrfaad Stock Caltla. Ala. par oak tar JudaaaadTaUaw-. UatptTX. DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE. S1TUATID la Centra Tw.hJp, Ikpsfpaaa Caaaty. Kanaaa. U milea atvlkvtal o Trar. u.) li h.Im Mat f racalseMtdilaiaeacn acres lanaLoacrwa inmltS TaUoo, the balaare ta good jovac timber; aere la paa tam, wHa nerer faffiag spring water la abaadance. lwel liar hanm ot hmr reutata, aal avt-balltUnca; eo4 atabto and criUf vaQ. cUUra, aad atock wdlf beariar arcaant f apples, caerrk, ami plaaMi cxapea. blacaberriaw, net. hfrriaa. aad aCrawberrlea, ef U meat apprveed varktlaa. Wmaaaataaaixaia.aBdjtieloctialddiad. Af plr to Boar. Wnxraoy, t Troy, ar aa tbn ii awms, U 2'cb. , UaV3av 18. CA8TLK, Jm. Tie TlorciMM Horse, ROBIN I Jliim Will stand tbe prear&t seaaika, ruranu acin g ApnlStb. IreaaM lwta UiMMUva.Tara tUv and Weilnradars vf eaeh werV,at llijl,. Uml Matluu, Tbnrw tUra.i'ri.taTiiaaalSat nriliyat Kaonin. TERMS. Stasia ercU-e, 4 1 1 innre, flOt. xtyabliwhrn the f-t it afwertalnrd. wr tbe mare JUpwrti at i &au not we reanoa Ible for anr aeeilenU tu marea. bnt ahall tale all iMMaible card tu pre tent anr. PedJffrte and Drcriptlon 1W.1q II 1 la 7 yearn obi the Kt h or Mar. dark bar rol or. 17 haada hich j welsht 1600 rnand t aired by oanz lUbin llutad. a beaotirul dapple bar, 13j hamla bltb. and wrl thine 100 poamU HU rotta Inherit In a arnainc de fjr bU mafTiillcrDt and Uad dbpiMtlkio. They are Inta liaMr black or baj la rulor. Be waa bred In Canada, from a IVrcbenm mare. wefbiu 1TTO pmmda. Imported from France In l-4-Oi She was wretl br Old Napoleon, whom welfbt waa VKH pmnd Tonne Robin Hood waa aired bj tbe celebrated MtalUon. Old Robin ll-l, who waa out of a bUrk mare, tbe property of ilr. V Jordan. Low Clay tborjke. near Btminston, Yorkublre. Sbe tok tbe firat prize weTeral time at the Yorkshire and Uneulnahlre Ac rknltoral niertioc. open to all En-land, for bein tbe brat bnnl mare In Knl.ukl for breedmc noraea fir aericnltnral purpiMe. rbewa cot by uiack AcUre, toe jropertj or 3ir. . ikOyunooe, ajr aieuaan. i'ui juiotn cieou wu br Old l.lacklej. dam by Little Juan, grand dam by i cot Old unii Ol tIa, aj-r ft-li, J. J. BRADLEV lroprirtor. TUTT'S PILLS SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. ZiOfa of Appetit, Bowels cosliTe. Tain In the Head, with a dull sensation In the back part. Pain under the Shoulder blade, fullness alter e&Une.with a disin clination to exertion of body or mind. Irritability of temper. Low spirits, with e, feeling of barinc neglected some duty. Weariness. Uizziueu, i'lutterinfc at the Heart, Dots before tr eyes. Yellow Skin, Headache Generally over the riant eye. Ilesiletfness, with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine, and CONSTIPATION. TCTTS riLXS are eipeclally ndapted to rach cass,one doe effrei taeh a change of fueling as to notonlih the saffrror. Tny Irre th AppUt.nd crnuse Ibo body to Take en lrh. Uo tb lyium la ttertafal. and by tbir TmI Arttea oo tbe dacrt. 1tic - ctau. k Jlnrrmr - X. Y. Obat IIi 01 Whiwiis rbsnitfd to a Gdimt Iilack by a single application of inta lire. Ittm prt a Datoral color, acts Itwtaiktaeuily. Void by Druffilu.or sent by xpr!is oa rmipt ef si. orncc.33 yitnoAY t set? tobu (9. Trrrs misrit r ?! iha ui twfkl BMalsh UIh BMlb BOX nltmllmj Cares Scrofula. Erysipelas. Pimples ana tace uraos. Blotches. Bolls, Tamois. Tot ter. Humors. Salt Raeum, Scald Head. Sores, Mercurial, diseases. emaie weajenoss and Irregularities. Dizziness. Loss ot Avoetlte. Juandice. Alfcctions ot tho Liver. Indi gestion. Biliousness. DysocD- sla and General Debility. AcmrMrBui4ock ICKd Bitten wilt utjrfr lb. Mttfcrpfcltw""tbjMtfiMJ hnlMw rr.. sow bj wi hiiipi iiihii !) mi. FOSTER, KILBU3N & CO, Prep's. Bofi'o, N.Y. FOK MALE II V lJmtl. TROY, KANSAS. (iiurx MPi:ciric .nKinci.tiL TKAOS lAITni C.mT Kr.tvii TRAD I NARK it-jiKvi. xn udi-iuoz rare far rVminal Weak ithpcrnM tort bra, Iiu attoier, and all llwra-ra that f4lew aa a arnoenr of Self Ahnm-i a-Uu.wf MenMry. L aiTer-al Laa ait ode, Pain In tho lUek. UimncM of Uton, rre" KnitTAllll.nuuTMhnIW.mtb.t ATTIJ TaIIII. lead Ut laManit j or Onuwmptton and a Premature Grare. rt'full partlrnlara in our panhlec. which wedeniro to aend free by mail U etrry one. fcTbebperificMrdtcino In aul'l by all dmxiiU. at II per iKckajret r -It packaxea for fi, or will be M-bt free by mail oa tb receipt of tb mosey, by aldreMinf TUK fill AY JIEDICINK CO., BtrrALO.N. Y On acronnt of enonterMta, we bare adopted the Yellow TVrapperj tbe only eennlne. Gttarantrea uf core Uaaed. ty" SW 1 Troy by D. C Sinclair. Uec.ly !? i rirlaMr T HHHFBeHM mzt namSaW !ls k He HAGG & REESE. A of ni;ti;ra.im; ki.mam. Are AjenU fr th CROWN, DOMESTIC, AMD N. Y. SINGER Aad wi3 aril them at alnwwt Factory prices for f aah. All rrra)iet for Fire enm. Two Crawen simI Drop-Leaf Kinder A 130, alstlrawrTS. tut f-S- The Ceftt Sar alaa Oil la Sarlrl f alea, Xtedlea. ftleC DUMKE & GLEITZE DEALEKS IX CIXCIXXATI, mWAUKEE, A.D ST. JOSEPH MJSIEKELRI HmTArrrtxca ar Apple Cider, Soda IValcr, GJnjjcr AIp. LOOjTheRE! ESPECIALLY FOR.PRIVATE FAMILIES. Onrrrhbralrd CisHaaatt Errr, ililvaBk.. aoilStJ. ayh Brer, CUT Vuj.zar, iyU Uatr. Oiajfr Air. awltwr AS-1'!fJ'r''"r'"y.""I,Sn l".atkrt W. viUaHllwfTtliaaaajbodr. Il4.lr.aa Me trial and jra m b. aitinL DUMKE & GLEITZE, Corner Main and I'liraon btreet 8t. Jum-fb.ilo Sjaoetl. ' B00TS&SH0ES I TAKE plraaar. la aanoa&rlax to tLa patUe tlut I atO. matuiQ. ta Baaoufartart to ordrr, nnr atrl. aad a arripOoa .f ISiwta and Mima (rw. IbM. ptzrd or atwad in tbe vt,trt aad ttont antadaatU aiaaacr. ATarurtfnf Earimantkon baud, Ut tin ammiBoilai tloattHtaawbapn-rrrlt. lk Halter aad rrpairhis dm. ta enter) aid tba Vat utld. afraadraaJ.warkonbaadat alltia. Stop on Uata atrKLxaaf thettfC, ararlr n""it l- it. Eiaer 05.?M2t . ViMXt QUII. Wkita Cfaod. Xacjaa. Aijnat t, 1J73. THE DINOEE afc COJTAHD cos BZIXTTITZU KTZLVBLOOV ISO Th. enty evib&irsml maklns it t)PECIAL BUSINESS of ROSES. eoLCE HOUSES orROSESaioM wC!V AV.taPrwenr urns man CJiTTB hvataeztta ema. Eft Uiaaaa4 teUb tia tmtsntn tMirered a? air. B rieadl.l TmnetlM. voue o llhim I in nn-i.Ti 1 1 13T 21 1 0 f or &l 2 foe u D.-e e a-.KrJJ '"c" W&iX&SS;,.. .w. ' --' yM. STOCK SALES. J. TV. PfiY, Beverimoe VVniXbnGaml Commlaaiaa RtMk Sain .ntk nlI at 1 a'tlack, A. M. KntHalawiIlb "4"- SATUKDAI; MAT U, 13W. SUS-KSi Z7SXE1!5ZS J. W. PKT. .., -SfttSJlSu. h M XI -r i as co. J?4. fi tmn aun iMimmtrsmMtrlmmmi . ,Jvaifcj vW-i.J-aafcri- takefr-A&i&iJt.-. -- V.'i-,S?