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r 1 IU 1 l i goral Igalters. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOU MILLER, Publisher. Terms: r- ivuid A Va.a. 1 ABTiSCH. P.jwmljbouM I SZJMiSr. .bin U UdrJred. Advertising Rates; I no. 3 da no. 1 Jew. . 1 JJO 5.00 700 MM . 1 00 7 00 10.00 17 00 7 00 10.00 17 00 JS.0B . 10 00 15.00 15.00 00.00 " 15.00 55.00 100 75.00 . &00 .O0 75.00 150J0 Uo.rtrr of o Cohimn II.H u" . .. T wttfa tfia oMatlaorruon. 4ltorUl odrrruo"""" prreonal comjoonfcatioBa, ..tarri L!LrsrKS.r -- AtitewVr Vjh swrti one .roar. An ftS2i.ifT.l?i ".are aoTorrr. .re r-ratrJ a f all "JuTiniTMiu ttnws tw rwuaj to, .mberhatg Tnuwrot a4TertiJWrrla nia.t be paid f lnTan.br la I..!. tketim.fflodB.it. -Ml Job Work nroat be paid f.r wbea taken rrum Ike nmre. "DOKTrilATtOCnTV OIBECTORV. JdceIJodld.ll)Wrirt-l)innMAiTa. ..,.. Ja. Lrnr. raTTr-a. Sheriff F C. Baoit Clerk of Uutrlrt Lort r J Clm. Treu.rer .SahlilN Joanov. t-rmtj Clerk 1 W.lloawt. Co.lTAtlmwT TliW- ntliut. rrb.i.J"ir-Joii'r iriwoj Better or I-le-:v"'r.JfU;X0T ,. SaptiBtfainX of ! Inetrnrtfcn-II. F. Snuil ScrrrTor-Cniaxr. Lonnrniin. Onmn-lx. KoMrrS. Prrmoan. AGENTM. JAMEfl H nATKS. 41 rrk Boo; Vw Tort S. M rETTFNfiir L A- CO, 37 r.rk Koir, hrw Tork. P.OH'IIX A OlIKS JIA, W- Loow, Mo. frfXTC T A "DXT? ".y bo frond ioi tie at Oeorre 1. IHln irHJrXiO. jui,n . Co. . ewrper Adrer lac Barron. (10 Fwoce M,) wliero odrmWnias to-Vrum.rl-eu.lrfiritl.t rKtV VOTK. I. O. O. V. frorCilrLnilse No.SH iwel. ererj tortUr olskt. Jt Ad 1'eH.oe ll.U. orer li.rfrt. I Jk. AIllemkerof tbo der.c.l-nJri.rl,ed...MelKK R R Q 7k. Ewwric, K. See. A. F. A. A. 31. TroT l-lce. . S. A. T mod A M. meet, lo Uierr n an, .rot M.h1.y 'n rorh m-e.lh Ur.o toll Homo, nd eoiid AU-rd.r """'" ALBEKT WBUV. VT. M I). C fiwnaiB, Sec Trey Ck.pUr, No IB. 1L A M b.l their meello on the Riet MtMeUr afler full mHi JAJIESH WILLIAMSt II I". II C Sucuta, S.T r.fi. riH v r.i A r Mi A M- mee4. at their UaH, erery "wtordaj oo or lf.o the fnU moua. and "err oweek.therr.ner Ultiajbrrthreo are rordullr ln ltedl...lle.L .1ITCII,W M C I'fUKlta. st K. Of II. Trw I.l'e No. 1317 KalthtorlI. meet, tho .re ad .let rth f rid.jerioK Id earh motith. In Old Jel 1L N II1NMIOI.E, IhrUUri KotiFur 1 iwlsMit, Irfportrr a ici lit i: u -Sr-mrm H-rt j Sabbath atl0A.M rrajir iuretiu; Trry Tborwlaj ertnv J BIUdOlNON Itor. il' M 1d MOKY lO I.OAo, On tlrul Otnlrt In tmra foaiull lor owrrt,on fire jnrn llmr, or Ir- In lerf, 7 per cent, per annnm. Com mfIon rrnonnbIr. ljanly - W. II. It AUTI.-RTT. orth-wMt Cor. 4th k TOacni Street, EL Jo.eph, Mo. MOtEY TO I)AX J.F. Ilnmpnon ! prep tired to lonn tnsnej- to the Furram or Donlphnn Count j. on Ionpllme,nt7 percent. In- terefnnd n rcnvoBiible commlwilon iWonejr tnny'be pnlil before ne9nnd afop lnlrrI, IT the borrowfr chooties. Io ilrln j In .furnishing the money. Io mrorn iipprnlieinent or application reqnlretl. Cull on Iilm t the office of RejInter orieedeS nt the Conrt IIone. Viaprly. J. F. II AMWJOX. The Fello wing lJind fsrSnle: V .f J ftretiim 19. tAvmntiip 4. range 21. N. w fn-1 Motion 6, townnlilp 3. rsnge 31. S. k. w. i fwrtinn 31, townliip 2, n.nx 31. tt. 1 n. -. J motion 33. townnWp S, range 31. IV I n. w J ftrcl.nn 12, township 3, ranje 31. Thru? UdiIm will be noM on rramraablo temfr oue thinl tlnwo. bahiuoe in one and two yrara. Tor far thf r Information, inquire of JOUKTII V. HaMI-MY, 37Jjin Office In Court Houc TEN REASONS WHY BRYAN, BROWN SHOE CO. BOOTS AND SHOES ARE THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. 1st. We ofTer a reward of one thousand dollars for the detection of any Leather- board or Shoddy, In any part or any snoe made by us with our own nameonseme 2d. We use only the best stock to be had in the market. 3d. We close our seams with Balding Bros. Prize Medal Pure Dye Silkthe best tnatismado. 4th. We make all shoes with the Cordl an Back Seam, that cannot rip. Sth. We see that every shoe Is put to gether In the most substantial manner. Oth. They are made by skilled work men, who are responsible for the parts performed. 7th. They are made on Full Lasts, and will not cramp the feet. Sth. They are the neatest fitting. Oth. They are the best finished. 10th. They are the latest styles. Van Busklrk X Breckenrldce, Agents. ioic mii; TN COOP rAUMs 1-OK sALF.a.I nn.lrr en! ft.rt.tiin, rihI niif ing In prirc frotu twrnty tnfrnly dftllur prrarrr, all iratrtl in thr tmuth part of pntt.jihan Omntj, an1 none vf tltrni virr twrlrn lull from Trnjr AtrliiMin, all wrll Iratn1, ami nrar rmlnci'l ttiffi' Willi w.l 1 un muwntil 1p trrnm ir fnrtlirr parlirulurp r JOM Ill cCKUM. Krli 33, ISS2. TrtT, KaiiMn. MiCnim & Cotton h.i e rccchetl tbir Spring sloclv of Drj GihhIs jiiiH Xo tioiiH, II(Kt8 mid SIiovs, nud (Mothiu. Wcimite tlie trade tot. ill nml examine our nctr ods and pnees. We duvet Cb Iccial attention to our Clothing, which is nice, new, nml nobhy. iy New Goods at LELAXIVS. New stales Dnvss Goods, and cheaper than eer. fr" e hare a Job lot of Clothing. It la a line of buck cotton worsted suits. Unsually sell from sev en to eight dollars a suit, they will fit small men and large boys, and we guarantee the wear on them, and yon can bare n ruit of them at your own price. McCitm Jc Cowcc. Land for ale. The outh-cat quarter of section 24, township 3, range 21, in Washington Township, lying immedi ately south of IUair Station farm, is for sale. The title has been perfected, and there is no incum brance on tbe laad. It contains some timber, and is especially adapted for pasturage and fruit. Any person wishing to purchase, will please call at the Ck office. tV Oo to McCrcm & Cowen'e for Severance Snowflake Hour Boots and Shoes. Large Mock of Boots and Shoes, jnst retched, at Leland's. Come to See X a. AVa wdl grind feed for tbe farmers, on Friday and Saturday of each week Try our kinl-dned corn meal ACMERS ElTVATOU AXD MtLL Co., msyttf. Severance, Kansas. Fire Insurance and Honey .Loan Ing. D. UcINTOSH, I ire Insurance and Loan Agent, efTroy, gives yon your choice of a half adoxenof tbe best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States In which to insure your property, at the cheapest rates. He will also loan money on real estate seixr.ty, at tbe lowest rates of Interest. Of fire adjoining Hodem Hank. 9cp80. money to Loan, At low rates, on long time- X. Pwcx, JlJnneSO Troy, Kansas. Money to Ixian, On long time, at 7 per cent, interest, on well im proved Fanusm Doniphan County, Kansas. Apply to Jnne2l X K Stoct. Troy, Kansas. , EP The Severance Mills now have an abundance of water, and are running day and night, with a good sn; ply of flour always on band rUWKM-l UARCOCK V ill negotiate loans for parties wishing o borrow wey 3feb7C ty Plows audCultiators at Leland'b, nt St. Joe prites. .rt!1 ",tmK Cl nonr, should get tlie Sever-aaeoMUls-SnewFUie- f i"" A ladM-i.' Tt-..-i Cow -, thc ' tTerJ M' McClma Klnlc Mchfrol Fund. Tie Jot divMm.l f the Mate Scbotot mad kw been rrreirnl at ttio Connlj Tnwnrr) and U too trl j for ilieiturwmnit, apon tUc ordrr. Id Ui. CttMnt jr Vainntewlenl. It Ln lirrnnl-rnrtinheHslDolli: tlie KTCTnl Srh.l Dietrlrt. trtfa Cutllilr, an tullo..:. J5wC Iw-ro.L Zhef ipml I tlU 08 33 .... 40 .... 41 .... 43 . 43 .. 41 .... 45 .... 47.... 4 43 .... 50 .... 51 .... 53.... 53 54 .... 35.... 5 .... 37 y .... co .... n 03.... a . m ... (5 ... (7 . $tsa . 3020 . ssic . 375 . SlITt . 3040 5300 . II M . 457 . SOU 7 33 see . 3190 14 54 39 53 . 3I7f . 33 M . 9109 C5 53 45 7 . 100 30 39 09 35 03 33 I 31 33 37 04 1C13 38 49 1 . 3 . S H 09 31 Tt MM LJW 3D 44 34 M n5 21 It :M 7 04 109 x XI M U7t a us et 13 31 7 9 to SSO0 185(1 31 30 on 1141 13 W 17 10 37 M I7M 30 l 3173 18 7- 31 M 43(4 DM c ... 7 .... 8 .... .... 10 .... 11 .... IS .... 13.... 11 .... 15.... IC 17 IK . 19 .... XV. , 13 4" 17 CS KM 39 13 71 73 .. 73 71 .. Trne Co Iter Trout. Too tnneh ranniitleMhl of thrrr fiithfnl wife and mothrr, ronnUotlj watrhU "nd tarioj for her draronra, neTertirjIcrtinsaMnRleditty In their .r half. ttbrn thry are anailfd by dinratr, and tbe pytni nhoo.d bare a tbonragb elranIn;, tbe utoni arb and bovrln rrnlated, blond panfieI, and mala rial Kiwn exfnuioatrd, ahe moH know that IZIe trie Ilittrra are tbe onlj iuc remedy. They arc tbe liet and jmirKt medieinea in tbe world, and only rot fifty eenta. Sld by I C. Sinclair A. Bro, Troy IHmvterbted KixriVr. VsArrnTxtxTzv.U I related of one of thow wouien in Kanaaa who are no artire in attending to other pecple'a bosinrM, and who worry tbrDntelrea OTrthioa that do not con eern tbeui, that ahe recently dlsrorered that a jonng man, a perfect atran-rr to ber, ww pajing attention to a girl who wai connderably talked abont, and that be waa evidently bent on tbe marry. This wo man, by some book or crook, found out where tho yonn; man' mother Hrel and atraigbtvay Aat her elf down to write to her, warning ber of tbe dan ger in which ber aon atood. hhe told her that what errr was done, moat lc dune at once, at there win no time toloe; and to give force to her ailrier, ahe mentioned that ahe wsa the wifo of tho mlmtter. X!y dno eonrae of mail, a reply eame from the young man's mother. Sim adTicd ber unknown friend. If , ahe had any bntineasof her own, to attend to it, as ber aon was of age, and eonld run biaaftaira. If abe was a minister a wife, na abe md, perhaps abe could find enoogh to do In keeping brr huftband'a flock rftgulateil. Hut if -be would keep on ber own aide of the frnc, ber sou would not molest ber. And tbe sou married tbe gitl People never git auy tliMiks for iHMin iu such a flairs. Ilncklen'-i Arnica Hnlir. The Hot Sahe In the ttorld for C'utR, Uruntea, Cletra, Salt Iibcniu, levtr Sma, Tetter, Cbaj ped Hands, Clnlblaina, Corns, and all Sklu Lruptiona, and i-nitiTely cures 1'ilrs. It Is gnarnnteeil to give IKrfect satisfaction, or money refunded Price 2 cents per 1mz I-or sale by D. C. Sinclair At lint f Troy. Teachers Kxainlaatlan. A public ci animation of candidates for teachers' certificates will Iks held in tbe public school hntld ing, at Troy, tnlayanl HataMay, Septeiuler 1st and 3d, 184 lcginiJing at 7.30. a, m II. V. Siumk,Co Snpt. f7 Al. 1 1 nine was down from Hiawatha, Sstar day. He has just rome tnnmpbantly through bis second liquor triaL Some dsya ago, the spy who in formed on him before, untered bis store, under pre tence of buying something, when Al. invited hiai nt quick. Tbe fellow went oat, and then called Al a beastly name, whereupon Al. went out and applied his foot to the man's gable-end. He bad Al. arrest ed, and the latter pleaded guilty, and was fined and costs. Then Al bad htm arrested for using ob scene language ou the public street, and be was lin ed 15 and costs. Then tbe County Attorney jerked Al. for whiskey selling, charging that he was the man himself who bad bought it on divers occasions. When it came to trial, tbe County Attorney, avail Ing himself of a Mwyer's privilege, refused to ga up on the witness stand, but wanted to withdraw the suit. Al. demandsd a verdict, and one of acquittal was rendered. AL keeps a scrap-book, in which the acconnts of his trials and acquittals are preserved. He has it almost fulL ErII to be Avoided. Over-eating is In one sense as productive of evil as Intemperance In drinking Avoid loth, and keep the blood purified with llnnlock: Blood Hitters, and you will 1 rewarded with robust health and an in vigorated system Price I 00 For sale by D. C Sinclair At lira,, Troy. 17 A tramp printer came along, this week, that w fair epeeimen of bis breed He wanted to find a Union office to work In, and would work only at scale prices. Then he legged a few exchanges of us, to swap off to some farmer for his dinner, and bummed a few dimes out of the printers, to help a fellow along on his way. We afterwards saw him asleep in the Court House yard, grttingndof the scale of prices that be found at the bar of a Union office This is a sample of the lousy dogs who spend their time in talking Union, and raise a row In print ing offices ltecanse tbe proprietors will not iy them bigger wages, t make up for their loafing time. It rain nnd Itervc 'Wells Health Kcrewer." Greatest remedy on . earth for iwntcnce, leanness, sexual debility. Air, $1, at dniggista. Kansas Depot, .MclMKE A- 0 A trillion, Kan-as. r?" We understand that Moore, late of tbe High land CcntralSUjtr, was thrahcd, tbe other day, by an old Drniitcrat, lceause be bad collected money for subscription, aud did not fill out tbe tune, nor pay the money baek Tins i a tnrk that has liecn played on Dcmornita in this County so often, that tbey engbt t be used to it, by tbutiuir. If they do be a dollar or two in trying to supjtort a larty pi per, tbey ought to gnn and War it. -V CAHD. To all who are suffering from the crrora and indis cretion of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loMt if manhood, etc., I will send a recite that will cure you, FKI- E OK CHAKRE. Tins great remedy was dwmcrrd by a, uu-ioniiry in South America. Stud a self addrrswd envelope to the I.KV. Jo-HII T I-M1-, Station Dt .rie lorl dig ITangly ITtr A drummer for a paier bouse was here, the other day, trying to sell ns some wedding goods There is not ma eh call fur such stock, in this conn try There is lots of marrying; but ourcxenenee is, that when a young couple bate nothing but a secondhand deck of cards to lcgin housekeeping with, they don't aquanler much money on costly wedding invitation. tjr Advocates of prohibition need have no fears of "Prickly Ash Hitters " as it Is a medicine, and by reason of its cathartic properties cannot be nsed as a leverage. It is manufactured from the purest ma terials, and acts directly on the liver, kidneys, stem aeh and bowels As a blond purifier, it has no equal. Is pleasant to tbe taste, and effective In its action. FT X. C Hailey brought in hia horse-thieves from Leavenworth, last week They were the ones who stole Hinksfon's horse, near Doniphan The Dutlon thieves were not caught. One of these cul prits is a young man najned Noah Young, and the other Is J. C Langston, the sore-eyed chap, well known aliout here, several years ago, aa the alleged husband of Mrs. Langston, of unsavory reputation. In Hot Ytater, Orpba M. Hodge, Battle Creek, Mich., writes: "I upset a tea kettle of iKM.ing hot water on my hand. I at once applied Thomas' Eelectnc Oil. and tha ef feet was to immediately allay tbe pain. It was cured in three days. For sale by D. C. Sinclair &. Bro-, Trov. 7 A gentleman who came from Seneca, Monday, aaya he aw two or three dozen beer kegs on the platform, to lie returned to St. Joe, to be replenish ed; ml he learned that this was a weekly occur rence. Seneca U one of the town where ao much blow ha been nmde about the prohibitory law be ing enforced. Mo he or. Mini , Sept. 25, IST3. Six. I have been taking Hop Bitters for inflam mationof kidney and bladder. It ha done for me what four doctor failed, to do. The effect of Hop Bitten aermed like magic to me W. I CAItTER. (7 Thi (Thnmlay) evening promise to be a gay time in Troy. The Institute Ball, from present ap pearance, will be one ef the pleaaantest ever given in Troy, and will be attended by the yocng people from all the anrreondmg country. We understand that the Highland Band will be down, at night, to eerenade the town. Catarrh of the 11 1 adder. Stinging, smarting irritation of the nrtnary pa agea, dweaecd discharge, eared by "Bachopaiba." la at druggist. Kansas Depot, McITKK A. FOX, Atchison, Kansas, CiT It i related of one of the Normal Institute students, who is attikteil wilb the spectacle agony, and who can t possil ly get along without his gits, that while Prof. Niliart was giving lesson in pen manship, this stndent was required to defiue seme delicate mark or curve, and wa obliged to take off hi spec, in order to see the mark iy The resnlt of tbe flection ha proved a grand micccm, but nt more so than Kendall a Spavin Cure is proved to It- every da v. Bead adit rp ey t'ry and dusty. A good ram would be api reciatcd, alout this time But Vennor predict severe storms, the eud of the moLth and tha first cf September. ty Liver tliecaatft, headache, aud constipation, eaneedbrbatldizc-tion. auicklv cured br 1rowna I Iron Bitten. Iautltale KetesM Greater lnteret I taken, I tils week, ttan ever, at tt hUitute. I'rof. Know lea and Nib art are growing wore and more worthy of the names tbey bear, every day; while too nincb praiae ran notba bestowed on onr worthy Vairintendent, for hia ef forta to make tbe Institute a success, Nearly all the schools in tbe County are taken. Several so-callrd teachers hare been trying to take advantage of teachers who are always found at tending (Mir lavtitatea. by runt dug around tbe Coun ty, trying to secure school, wl th rightly belong to thoe who prepare themselves eqsrtlj,.y for tbe pro feKu ofieatMng; tat iu almost evrrv instance, they have got bwaatifutty U-fU F. K. I'aigeand J. J.liaker deeluw the honor of being classed as two of the veterans, aa was inter polated by ope of the Trtrrans m oar notes, last week. A few I cache it who absented thcniftelrts two rears from tbe Institute, beraue they beW "A grade certifies tea, find they bae fallen so far behind the times that tbey w itl do Well, this year, to get a grade two certificate. Tbe Superintendent say no one shall teach, tins coming year, nalces be holds a t er tificatr, and that no ttno will 1-e granted a certificate nnlcsa be stands an eiaiainatlon. ssthe rest of the teachers do ; so tbor fellows who claim to be teatb- era of maoT years standing, but who have alwaya bummed their certificate, or taught without, would better Inok'a little out. The Institute will hold a sociable at the Methodist Church, on Thursday evening, August 31st. All the teachers and the friends of teachers are requested to be present. Hclow is tbe prograuima, as arranged for tbe occasion : 1. Jlnsio Quartette, 2. Salutatory; I'rof Know lea. 3. Recitation, ''Sockery Setting a Hen," Ida Tracy. A Song (guitar); J. J. Baker. 5. Toast to the ladies; Prof, Xibart. 6. Iteionet Elixa Johnston. 7. Duet; Dr. Wade and lira. N'oyrs. 8. Toast to tbe gentlemen; Ella McKrrnan. 9 Kesione; K. II. Uartin 10 Mnrnc Solo; Dr. Dinsraore. 11. KecitAtion, MIeath Doomed: George, Hell. 12. History of the Doniphan County Normal Insti tote; 31. L. Edwards. IX Music. 14 Keeitation;T. 11 Marshall 15. Valedictory; Nora Panics ry. 16. Ma sic Quartette. Hclow we append the names of those carolled : -tora Psnleavr EUaMcKenma Msrj Kswlings Clem. Elippel E.O Henidun Mary X.rts.l Utue Fllnlge Jlaczie Kliimel Leena KnlliTan TV w. Krsktae A 2 I'ernr Ida FUedge Mabel Itarkbaltcr J J. -taker (,eo. Mets Sam Smitli A Hawkins J M.Wibon Jane Col-msn Msgcie Usml4agh Moliie Grsy Lena Lindner Nellie rmrest Aana Kerry Hattie Otten Iranee Terrj Mary Kelts lleraClarT Josie Mi.Mlan JeMi McClelUn ttlll Cnrtis I W Terry CTarrie Uaolinss KlizaJ JnhnMen K 7irtitnerman C 'tt Juibertnoo E. IL W eat fail Joe Andrews T IL M arshall A J Mar K a Martin Nsnf2eabft XateonicnMik Katie IiVlancy "nuers Katner FlU Meele I mnta Toner Ktba A ilkinsun Kmm Terry Mina MeMragr Harriet "v-rb-j Mah Tracy Nannie Majnanl nin- Mananl Chartea IlVedrr Msry Traiit Jiwie .iKUn-t-r A J BtdliMa liennts Ijiutlix r, UAstklna Kli Tnt-riting Charles MrArter lit-. IL IL TlioinMi-a (.ettic Ilsnann VUr Tnch 3f abrl IVrrv f faarlea IVfcard IlnghMtt rum Mavnard Carter t L-renee lnce Toot Traer Amelia Klipr .liMvI Ellen lloxarth I JkzIm TbontpMnn WiIL TA Inwr M;n Kirbv I l..lwanl erjrr IVrre J r. erU d nnHie Ilanlv Mpjie Veildre Uxa Towo-eml Aoffnuta rantona J MUboorne Kd. Tnwn-etul Lbu. Scott C It. Rnundj Ida Saihrn IiMta kerfer Alice M Shedd Annie Djk Mary Mfwnjyr JIrr Clonrh Annie Saxton Mat lie Drntpn II 31 Conkfia Cbsrlra Hatcher MaTawtumid Mabel Tux Battle Allen Hattie Scott F F.IHlge Cbaa. rVtjd Mollln Merehead Ida May Walton MUs Ciem Clsra V. Williams Jonie Katner rtrhel Metz Hop ntttera are the Pnreat and Beallltlera Kver .tt-ule. Tber are comjKianileU from Hop, Malt. Huchtu JlatKlrnke ami Dandelion the oldeKt- beet, ami moet valuable mctliclDea in the world, and contain all the leit and moMt rnratlve jirajtertieaof all other reme died. Win; the greatest Blood I'mi-Eer, LIrrr Itegu la tor, and X..fe and Health Kpntoring Agent on earth. K dieae or HI health ean ponniblj long tiUt vhere thew lhtteniarenfteiI(eovanelandrerfeetare their oje rations They pve new life and vfcor to the aged and infirm To all wIiopc employment ramie irrrcularUj of the lowels ur nrtnary organs, or who require an iipctiz er, Tome and mild Stminlant, Ho Uittera are inral uahle, lning highly curative, tunic and t miniating, without intoxicating. so matter what yonr feeling or ayiuptonis are, what the diwaAe or ailment lit, nue'llop Bitter. Don t wait until you are tick, hut if yon only feel bad or minerahle, uoe Hop Bittern at once. It may eae your life Hundred hare been raved by no doing $o00 will be paid fur a caw tbey will net cure or help. lo not -uffir or let vonr fnenda enffcr, bnt om and urge them to umj Hop Btttera. iCenierober, Hop Bitter m no vile, drugged, drunk en uootrnm, but the l'lirrnt and Bent Medieloe ever made, the "Invalid a Friend and Hope, and no itermin or family should le without them. Try the Bittern to-day. Sociable. The Presbyterian Sociable will be held at tbe rmi deuce of lira. Loui Zimmerman, unTuenday een ing, Aug , 1882. Conveyance will be at tha Pre bytenan church, at half iaftt Ix o'clock, to accom modate those whbmg to attend. AH are conllally inrited Hclhlrd, the Fl.etegrapl.er, Ii having lot of work, and in kept on the move. He im turning out good pictntra, and giving the bett of atifaction Call on him soon Fruit Jnra. Large et stock of Fruit Jars ever In Severance, and at lowest prices, at J. A. Campbell Slang. r? We learn that an Insnne man made an assault nKn flcorge U.Clem, of Union Township, a few dav ago, with a bar ot iron, and if persons near at hand had not come to the rest ue, he might line killed him, or seriously injured him. The crank i under arrrst. and will lie sut" njKn for io sanity. Yef Some thieve broke into tbe depot, rriday night, by cutting out a pane of glasa. They failed to break open the safe witli a pick axe and a spike. and could find nothing to steal, except a grip sack Wlongiug to Payton Enies, which tly gobblfd. It is supposed to have leen tho work of home talent A f-enrral Mampcdc. Nivcr wa such aruch maile forany Drug store ns is now at D C Sinclair A. Bro s, for a Trial Bottle uf Dr. Kmg'a Xew Discovery for Consumption, Cough and Colds. All person affected with Asth ma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any affection of the Throat and Lung, ran get a Tnal Bottle of tin great remedy free, by calling at the above Drug htore, tST In the last few days, small white buttcrflie by the million were flattering about the top of the weed and garden vegetable. They did this for several days, aad then disappeared as nuddenly as they came. They were supposed to be laying the egg for next year'a crop of cabbage-worms. ty A a Iarty living south of Troy were pausing through town, Friday evening, on their way from Eagle SpnDg. a horse at'tached to E. X. Watkin buggy became fractions, and commenced kicking. A lady guest of Mr. Watklns was kicked an both an kles. Inflicting painful braises. A Friend In Need. Time over and again. Thomas Eelectnc Oil has proved a salutary fnend to the distressed. As a re liable curative for cronp In children, sore throat and bronchial affections, and as a positive external rem edy for pain, it Is a never-failing antidote. For sale by D. C Sinclair A. Bro., Troy. t3T C. VY. Ilargi has brought In the big apples ol the season, grown on his place, in town. If yon ran imagine an apple big enough to make a mess of dumplings for a healthy, hungry man, who I fond of dumplings, yon can guess at the site of those ap ples. Don't Die In tbe IT ease. Ask druggist for ''Rough on Bat. It clears out rats, mice, bed bugs, roaches, vermin, flies, ants, in sects. 15c. per box. t7 The plank sidewalks about town are faronte resorts fur bumble-bees, under which to build their nests. They are more numerous than asnal, this summer, and scarcely a day pass- but they pop ort and salivate some of the little boys. S y TV teachers for the Troy public schools, for the coming fall and winter, have all been engage.. Tbey are: Principal, A. II. Miller; Assistants, Miss es Emma Tooer, Frances E. Kstner, Hattie Allen, and Elixa J. Johnston. CTtltSOO per year can be easily made at home working for E. O. Bideont -k. Co,, 10 Itarclay Street, Xew York. rVml for their catalogue and full par ticulars. XJT Ir. 5encca Gurney was in, this week, from hts home in Washington County. If all the old Doniphan County citisens scattered through Kan sas would come back home, the County would hare abent -15,000 populst-n. ? Thousands have nsel KcndaTTs Spavin Cure fur rheumatism, after all other remedies had failed, and have experienced intant relief Read advt. tp"E." IL Lmtwiler and Charles Knst. of Atchison, were in Troy, last rnday night. They came to brighten np the Lodge of Knights of Honor, and they put tbe bora thrcngh the tfnlL C7 7"ot a dnnk, not soM in tar-rooms, but a reli able non-alcoholic tome medicine, nsefsl at all times, and In all seasons. Is Itrown's Iron Hitters, r?" Ph. M. OnndlaeVs patent Gram Drill, sold by Joe FcbleUb&am, Toniihan, Kansas. iy Onr old correspondent, 'Mordecal, favored ns with a call, Monday afternoon. THE J. W. BAILEY In! 1'iiiiiiij Dealers lu Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS -AND- NOTIONS. Dress Silks, Fine Dress Goods, AM Dress Trimmings V SPECIALTY! Keeji tlio larcest assortment of I.eail .uiada Snits, Cloaks, Ulsters, fchawls, Umlerwear. Iu sierjt filores, etc. Everything Sold Cheap ! Indirs' ami Miiaci Dreve ami Wraps mntle loonier at slmrt notice. In the highest alle nf the nrt. Prices reasonable. YiftiroKfi ro iiii: ST. JOSEPH EXPOSITION (Commencing ptcmbrr -1, and continuing aix ilavO in enMh sate i uoii'li 1 more thin nir thtir expense, if tlie will make out a list of giMMU titer nrr sure to necil during the iihiiiii; 1 all and inter, and tin it BUY OF US while in fat. Jompli, as we shall make Special Pnpoiratioiis and offer UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS in all Department, daring Expoxitiim wk. AH are conlially inritrd to call anil aro n, wbrtbrr lMinnj to iMirtbav or not. Wo mil take iilraa nro in alio m Ti.itori t-ronj;li onr 3Iammoth Kfttabliument. THE J. W. BAILEY MERCANTILE CO., F S04, :4Xi Ji WW Fi Iix bt , Cor, Sth, Bt Toaopli. - -VXlaifsoxxx-l. WlioleHalo Department ou the second and third lloon and ban men t. The Troy Hcliool. The School Hoard of Distnct No. 21, embracing the city of Troy, has, upon due consideration of the merit of all applicant for position a teacher in the school of said District, elected the following, for the ensuing rrhool year: Pnaripal, Prof. A 11. Miller; Assi-tauts, Mis Frances E. Katner, Miss Hattie E. Allen, Miss Km ma A. Tousr, and Mis Eliza J. Job niton. I'rof. Miller has had orer twen ty fire years experience a a teacher, eight of which years have been spent in the schools oHVhitc Cloud, and he holds a five years State certificate. Mia Katnrr ha taught for five year, and has a 'o. 1 County certificate. Mis Allen ha taught for an equal length of time, and hold a certificate of the same grade. Mia Toner has taught continuously for six years In our schools, and ha a No. 1 County certificate: while Miss Johnston ha had three years expenenre In the school room, and hold a No 2 County certificate Tbe Board believes it has se cured a corps of teachers adapted to the need of the several departments, and that each teacher is desirous of co-oK:rating with the Hoard in itscf frt to improve and euro fur our school, and that now, all that is needed to make the schools a suc cess in the fullest sinse of the word. Is tbo hearty co-operation of imrtnt- and guardian To tin end. the Hoard intend to luuke an earnest effort to en force the attendance of all school chi!drn uptn the schools of the District, and in thu n spect, in partic ular, ask for the aid of all iarrnt and guardian of the children in the District. In new of tbe fart that the school meeting limited the temi to eight months, it ha Wen determined by the Hoanl that thescliotilirar shall begin October 2, which, with one week of vacation at Christmas, will run the school until May -XHb. 1883 Mr J. P. U iUn was engaged as janitor, for the ensuing year. Titos. W. HrATxrr, Clerk. Lmtor Cinrr- Prof Nihart, who will he a can didate in Atrhison County, on tbo Democratic Anti Prohibition ticket, has jut made the remark, and xnide it very forcibly, that if he was Superintendent he would not sign any teachers certificate, if tho teacher even weut Into saloon occasionally, although he might answer erery and all questions correctly that might be put to him. Is this nut a little fanati -l! Teach k a. rT The lest and safest Drill is that one manu factured by Ph. M. Gundlach, at Belleville, 111., and can be had through his agent, J. Schletxhanm, Don iphan. CT We had a call, Saturday evening, from Mr. I. It. Detwiler, of Toledo, Ohio, who owns considera ble lsnd in this County, and is firm In ths belirf that Doniphan is the best County In the Union ty Thinks to Honey Wood, for a basket of his finest peaches. He has a good crop of them, this year, and i making them pay him. He ha a de mand for all he can ship, at good prices. 17 We are undsr obligations to the Directors of the Marshall County Fair, for a complimentary tick et to the 1 air to be held at Marysrillr. from the 23th of August to the 1st of -September. ? Dan. Sinclair has continued to keep his foot ing, since our last issue, without any slips back want. The improvement is very slow, but still It Is Im provement. CF Mrs. Kesfer has tha thanks of the CAicfor a very handsome lmuquet, anil some magnificent peaches, of a calibre of abont three to a goed sited cobbler. tyTbe handsomest hedge in Doniphan County I aronnd the block of II. A. Wright, In the western part of town. Mr. Wright loves to do such work. r7The grat en the Fair Grounds was bought by Dr. Reeder, for N2. Thi is the highest price ever obtained for the grass on these grounds. ry Gundlsch" ferce feed Grain Drill gives tho Wst satisfaction. wWrever used. For particulars, apply to J. Schletxhanm, Doniphan, Kaa. CF Archibald H. IL Calvin and Hiss Martha Walker, ef this County, were msrned.at St. Joseph, on Thursday morning of last week. OT The H. A. M. R. IL, known as the Burlington Route," offer special advantages to travellers. See their Jul vert jscment in this paper. tT F. P. Ilaksr, of the Topcka CVMnireaJM, was in town, Fndar evening He is eschewing pol itics, and attending strictly to forestry. Cr"C- H. I hck ford was np from CaldwslL with his little son, tbe lstter iart of last week, to see his old partner, Dsn Sinclair. 7 Mrs. C Leland and children and Mrs. Stout started, Monday, for a month s visit aftioog fnends in East Tennessee HT A lady's black collar, fonnd two miles and a half north-east of Troy, can be had by calling at the CXxtf office. Foea!e. Aa opera house drop curtain, perfectly new, 16 feet long, 12 feet wide, painted with a Wautiful scene. Call en Henry Moore, Trey, Kansas. tjp Farmers ran now depend upon getting their grinding done promptly, at the Severance Mills. CHAMBERS, 1 'ST. JOSEPH, MO. "Hew Gooda" now being placed on sale in every department The "latest Hove-ties" as fest as they are introduced East AN IMMENSE NEW STOCK will be on sale by opening of Exposition. The LARGEST LADIES' AND CHTLDREN'S SUIT BOOM in the City, accessible by the only handsome Passenger Elevator in the City. 7e "Lead" (not follow) in low prices, guaranteeing the lowest prices in thi market for same quality of goods. "Headquarters" for BDTTERICK'S PATTERNS AND PUBLICATIONS. Catalogues mailed free. Samples sent on ap plication, and all orders carefully and promptly filled. Strangers and others favoring us with a call, will be politely shown through our at tractive stock, whether purchases are made or not CHAMBERS, --l2TE"5r & CO- Hort Side Tear Street, between Sth and 6th. PRomann FRoap-rm F.r m H.crr..r.l I.lrrftlale Kzp..ltl.. Im. pr.romr.ta Belaa- 3Z.a t. Ikr ?ra.4a aa4 Tr.c-. The arrangement for the Inter-Stntc Lxposilion, rhwh opens in this city on the .th of SeptemWr, are progressing rapidly, and the manager are spar lug no pains to make it the most successful exhibi tion ever held in the valley. The abundant crop this year, ami the prospt runs condition of the coun try in general, insure the largest displav ever made In any of the departments, and the manager are making unusual preparation to meet the demand that are likely to be made for space. Tlie grounds are conceded to be the finest In the west, and with the improvement that wdl be made this year, they will hare no equal for their site. Atont GO acre are enclosed, and the track embraces a grove of forest trees that afford an abundance of shade A small creek niu In a xig zag course aero the grounds, ami a snpply of pure watrr Is furnished by the city waterworks Hydrants are stationed at convenient points, and fountain have been erected within and without tho building The mam build ing In 300 feet long, and I a well lighted, well renti lated and substantial structure. There are two fount. us in the centre, aud a commodious stand ar ranged for floral and other displays. The sides of tbo building are divided into space for exhibitors. and the arrangement in this respect could not be more satisfactory. Above the xbihitors space is promenade platform extending around tho wall, and affording a fine view of tbe dfopliy Wneath. On the ncrth side of the building tbe spare Is di tided inti lmxc' for the use of spectators, from whirl. fine lew r the mrr c nrse may lo had The scat Ing nrrortmottatH n an god mid sitting for alout 8,000 lersons hac 1-rn provided The seats, al though nurovercd, an well shaded by forest trees, and those who desire m iv en lire the private boxen in the main hull, undtrcntr All other seat are fne. About 100 Ikix stjtllit for horses have Wen prm id ed, and are located mi the west side of the grounds. Tbey are all in good shape, with a hmI tntttoui and ventilation, and bo-eiucn pronounce them Cfjiial to any found in the West. Across the rn-ek on tbe Uct side of the grounds, are tbe tattle sheds, niton t 12.1 in number These are ! well arranged and meet eery requirement Pen for swine are provul ed near the cattle sheds, and a commodious poultry house has Wen erected for the benefit of breeder of fancy fowcl. The sink hole back of the refreshment booths, originally intended foramlnature artificial lake, is Wing filled np, and a foot bridge will be erected across the brook on the east aide of the grounds. Workmen are emplojed at variona points on the grounds making iuiprorenirnts, and tbe first week in SeptemWr will find them in Wtter condition than ever Wfore. Tlie race track has lecn extended to n full half mile, and tbe course ha been decidedly improved this season. The track wa in excellent condition yesterday, and horsemen declare that it ean stand more rain than any other ronrse in the West. It will W rolled and kept in good shape every day. The prospects for the rare dnnng tbe Exposition are most flattering A large number of horses hare been assured, among them some noted trotters and pacers. There will W three race each afternoon, and the 2:18 class will W trotted on tbe owning day, which fact itself will Insnre a large attendance Tbe track now Wlongs to the national association, and all races will W trotted under the rales of the asso ciation. Charles M. Smith one of the Wst known horse me a in the country, has been engaged as start er, and Messrs. Smith, Moore and Woodward will constitute the Judges. Pools will W sold on all race Wth on the ground and In the "city. Msjor Hart wig and Capt. Frnst are devoting their time to the details of the work, and the indication for a successful exhibition have never been a prom ising as they are this year Tlie ground of tberu selves are an attraction to outside exhibitors, and the means of access to them, and the facilities afford ed the exhibitors to ship by rail hate alwaya Wen strong inducements for the people of adjoining State to come here. The Kansas Citv, St. Joseph and Conncil Hlufs,and tbe Missouri Pacific railways run close to the grounds on one side, landing passengers direct at the entrance, and tbe Wabash and Hanni bal roads strike the ground on tbe other side. During the exposition week trams are run on sach of the four roads at regular Interval. There are also two street railway lines running direct to the grounds, tbe Union line on one side and the Citix.nti line on the ether. It will thus c seen that the loca tion of the St. Joseph gronnd I a ccnliarly for tunate one, and Wtter mean of access conld not W desired. The ancces of last year's Exiosition, considered In connection with tbe many cirenmstances that combine to make the prospect more flattering thi season, enconrage tbe Wltef that the shswofl8$ will W the Wst eier given in the Missouri Valley. The liWral premiums o (TV red are bound to luduce the exhibition of large collections from tbe marvel ou crop of cereal and other products of the soil, while the general j rospenty of the country willcxll forth specimen of inaiiuf-irtnre, ware aud mer cbandise in al undancr. There are reason to expect, also, a fine show of live tm k, Wcaiise tbe fanner and breeder are en conraged bv the abundant crops to pay special at tent ion to the improvement of their stock As a guaranty that the race will W a feature of rare Interest, it is necessary only to mention thit horsemen who bars attended the summer meetings, state that all the owners of ft horse at Chicago, Milwaukee, Kacnic. Detroit, and other favorite rue eonrscs of the West, hare expressed a determination to W here St. Joseph and the Not th west are proud of the Inter-State Exposition, and look forward with pleas ure to tbe coming evept feeling confident that it will be a credit not only to thi city bnt to all the surrounding country. Wnlhena Item. Mstt Haines, of Lamar, Mo., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ang Miller. Otto Jones left, last Sunday, for Woe Springs, Neb-, where he intends to spend a week, hunting prairie chickens. The workmen are getting along very fast with Snlvely A- Hedge niilL O C. Jone got through with the tin roof, last Saturday. M r. Sam K a richer, the contractor, was hers a eonple of days last week. bnt has gone East now, to see that the machinery is shipped all right. At the annual school meeting, last week, M. Haner, Jr., was re-elected Clerk, and a tax often mills was voted for teachers wages, and two and one-half mills for Incidental expenses. SIIss Emma Rhmsel has returned from Clay Centre. Tha fruit shippers liavo commenced shipping grapes. B. N. ForWf s starts for Chicago, next week, on a bnuncs trip J, W. White, an old citizen of Doniphan County, bnt now of San Antonio, Texas, spent Friday and Saturday of last week here, with his old friends. Mrs. G. W. Barr and Mrs. Sterline left, last Thurs day, for Sidney, Ohio. Joxatiux. THE REV. GEO. IL THAI Elt, of Bourbon, ImL, says: "Both myself and wife owe onr lives to Shi lob's Consumption Cure, ARK l OU MADE Miserable by Indigestson, Con stipation, dizziness, loss of appetite, yellow skin! Shtloh'a Vitaluer Is a positive cure. WHY WILL kOUcengh, when Shiloh'a Care, will g.ve yon immediate relief. Pnee 10 et.. SO et., and (1. SIIILOIPS CATARRH BLMLDY a positive cere for Catarrh, Diphtheria, and Canker Mouth. H KCKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant per fume. Fne 25 and 50 cents. SIIILOIPS CUKE will immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and Bronchitis. 1-OU DYSPEPSIA and Liver Complaint, yon have a printed guarantee en erery bottle of Shiloh's Vltalizer. It never fails to core. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Pnce 0 cents. The above preparations are for sale by V. C Sin clair 6l Bnx, Troy; J. A. CampWll. Severance; A. S. CampWH, HighUnd .Tfedlcal nailer Dr. W. G. Hammond, of Highland, has resumed the practice yt medicine, and will be pleased to hare his friends and the public generally call and give him a fair share of their patronage. Office at his residence, opposite his oM mercantile stand. High land, Kansas. Aug. 10 w tsT I am prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds of grain, to load at Troy Junction, Fan ning, and Brenner Stations. F. L. Welto. 1? ang. MARNEY & GO J 3!C TVhlfc? Cloud Chovr-CboTr. W kite Cloml congratulate heirelf un one thing not a show hss stopped here, this season. Jlis Minnie Keith is attending the Hiawatha In stitute. A atermelons are gradunllr Wcom ng more plenti ful :n the msrket, and early grape are making their first appearance. AH that I now needed I another supply of dor tor, and a hogshead or so of medicine. Ed. Palmer eame np from Atchison, one dav last week, jnst to show his parent their latest grand child. His wife accompanied him. We see an item going the rounds of the p-ii-ers concerning a calf Wrn with only one ear, owned by Bolivar Bceler, of Ness Connty. AVedont want to discourage onr old townsman in thi matter, but still we don't believe the thing will work ehi tlnn Martin once tned to start a I recti of double headed rattle here, bnt gne It np soon after Wgin ning. Mr. Enoch Spaulding returned home, last t rtday. from Colorado The workmen engaged with the canstmction train at Salem, take their meals at White Cloud, rather than pay the exorbitant prices charged for board above. A nnmWr of friends took didner with Mrs Job IVrce, last Saturday, the anniversary of her birth day. Y e learn that KeuWn Partridge Is quite sick, at St Joe. -Nothing causes so murh annoyance to our citizens who wish to travel, a tbe tnanuer in which the train run on the A V N. Both the freight nud tbe passrngi r trim come np in thf morning and gudown in the evening, thus affording tople no ay of vis itfug Atthison and returning the same dnv Rev. Perry, Wlicring in the S-rtpturd maxim, by their work jc shall know them. hi gicn a fresh coat of paint to th shutter f thr (onn ga tmnal church, and cleaned tbe wee1 from the j nl The Library Assotiation ha received another to- oiee of bunks, consisting wholly of novels I ict ion scciiif to form tIieiiiot pi pnlar style cf literature among the patn n of the library Otirqnondam fnend, Ben rnohl, will this irar teach in hi home Dittnet Tbe Hill Ton schoi 1 wa offered him, nt increased wage, but tbe former engagement prevented him from accepting. A largo quantity of wheat i Wing brought Into imrkct The price of this commodity, compared with that of corn, m by no means grat fylng to our farmers Rer. KIoss, of Highland, assisted in the rvirre at tbe Congregational church, lat handay evening Not anithiereut photographer has set np on our street, dnnng the present eeawm. lVrbsp the treatment of tbe last one has forever scared them away. If so, we are fortunate John Lynd and Milt. Emerson took their annual western hunting tnp, last week. The started from Table Rot k. Neb, going seventy miles westward, but found game very scarce. The city cemetery has Wen given a most resiecta- Idc a pcaranee, by tbe work pnt upon it during tbe 1 resent month. Tlie rule In the past has Wen to get it in goed sbaj e, nnd thn neglect it nntil the grass and brash reached their full size, when tbe cleaning np process is repeated. Peter Palmer is enjoying a visit from hi daughter, Mrs. Piatt, of Illinois, accompanied by her two small sons, Loyd ami AlWrt. Mrs Piatt will spend several weeks in thi lace. Ten barrel of api Ics and a considerable quantity of J caches were shipped north from this point, by express, lat Thursday morning. Tlie water has Wconie quite low In the well about town Asa final resort, wc have tho mineral spnngs. An unusual amount of sickness is prevalent in thi vicinity, at the present time. Kate Forucrook ar rtvrd home, very ill, from Troy, last Satunlay, but Inow slowly recovenng Mrs. Jennie Beelrrhas Wen in a senous con Iition, for scleral weeks. Mrs Philip Gnbling has Wen remove! to town, so as to receive the more immediate attention of tbe doe tor Miss Mary Nobis, who ha Wen prostrated for a bug time, is somewhat Wtter. We furtl.cnnom learn that Lon. l-ro-.t, Charley Cain, and Phil Gnb ling, rich has a sick child. Several Inches of dust now cover Msm Mrcct, miking it anything bnt plcasaut for the pedestnan Somebody ought to repair and start tbe old street sprinkler J. F. Mitchel has superseded Mr Nafo as railroad agent at this place. The latter has gone home, to Toronto, Canada, where he intends taking a short rest. Our citizen are now making up their miuds a to where they will scatter their silver, dunng the com ing fair season. How would it do to patronize the home fair nt Troy, juit for a chaugnt A little loy alty in this direction would prove of no harm to White Clirad. Joe Taylor, John McCall, Matt. IIol, and Mr. Smith, arc running their thrtshing machines iu thi icimty. Ntlse Pierre, afler three years of faithful erie Whind the counter, in W bite Clou I, ha gone home Society loftCK one of it jollicst mrmWrs, by hit de parture JIrs Diusilli N ilson, the Stato Pnsi lent of the W. CT U, lectured here, last Thursday evening rarmcrs are now (lowing for full wheat The low price of wheat, tin fall, will effect n decrease in the acreage of this cereal CiitMi. I'nlou Ton nwlilp I (cm. W rather IieiutifuL W. B Garten Is bsck from Huron again, with bis threshing machine. Mr Garten Is running a Ni choll A. Shepard Steam Thresher. He says he ean thresh three bushels of wheat per minute We are glad to state that Leonard Rice health is Improving. Jlr. Ninian Hyrrs expects to start to Illinois, Thursday, to attend school, near Chicago, Mr. Eddy Henney is going to attend Baker Cni versity, located at Baldwin City, Kan .School Wgins Sept. 1.1b. Mr. Alee. Shulsky ha accepted a situation a clerk In the hardware store of Ileeaey At Lyons, Ev erest. Mrs James Chancy Is sick; has tnlargrraent of the heart, and spinal complaint. 31 r. F. Schneider s twin babies are both sick. Mrs, Schneider has a century plant fsurycars old. It Is not probable that any one living at present will lire to see it bloom. Miss Mattie Denton, is attrndmg tbe Inititnte, from here Mr. Nicholas Hess expects to teach the Norman ville school. Rer. B F. Bowman will preach at tho Ridge Pra ne Church, next Sunday, the STtb. Iter. Bowman is a former paMor of the above named church. Give him a full house. Miss Henney, of Hiawatha, is visiting her nnc.o, Mr. J. Henney, of this place. Mrs. D. W. Edwards father and sister, from Co lumbus, Ohio, are here, visiting Distnct No. 57 is agitating the question ol dividing the District, and building two new school honses. One to be south and the other north of the old school house. Fkiexi Ship. Martin Mcliool Ifeaite Hems, Having looked, bnt in vain, for items from this distnct, we concluded we wonld not let people get tbe opinion that we were all dead. The farmers are Tery busy plowing, and saving their hay. Miss Annie Vexie, of Allen Concty, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. E.T.Puwell. It Is Miss Vezte's intention to teach in our Connty If she can secure a schooL We hope she will succeed, for she u one of Allen County's Wst tcschers,anl most accomplished young ladies. E. II. Martin will teach 4 be Martin school, this year. W e think onr Board fvrtanste in securing so competent a teacher. The yonng folks of thi vicinity had a social litUe party, last Saturday afternoon, in Ike Gilmore's grove, one utile north west of the school house. Plenty uf ice-cream, swinging, croquet playing. &e. There were present. Misses Annie Vcxw, Alice fcwin ney, Tina Tobm. EIteJSdmefrf EllaOrrrtandrr, and Dora Terry, and Mesr. K. II. Martin, James Raw lins, IL W. Tobm, Q A. Gilmore, Charles. Over lander, Lee Sharp, W. Morgan, John Swinney, and Al Martin. They all report a nice tune. We hope that yonng gentleman who get so badly "mashed, last Saturday, will survive; such acci dents dont occur often, in onr quiet neighborhood. We suppose he completed the -mash, the next day. Such brilliant lads" are 'few ami scattering.' Even axd Asoy. For Sale I have one of the Wst quarters of land In Nema ha Connty, f no-half vf it broke. I am going to Col orado for health, and will aell on very accommodat ing terms. Good orchard full of fruif, and water abundant. Farm fenced. Or. will rent for cash. J, C. FLLsworro. I7a3g1w, Centralis, Kaniai. 13 S. A. M, SATTOV. SAXTON & ."OI Felix Street, St. .Towepli, Mo., Jl.aar.ttorrr., irbnlrnalr ami ErUU IViIrn ra Jewelry and Silverware, OF ETVEITV DHCIMlTIOIV. W hsve mA onr "toe ttCttnl snt raruUbed. awlhtg It awe attractive, ilm giving l-rttir fscifitie toe showing mri-ew rn Stors. wtitrb H far pnprtw to last erw, o-mnrMag all the new attreltfa-fl in Mlrerwsre ss4 Jewelrv. Frwb and Amrinu CVfis. Ppeefsrl-. Opera M VU IUae. r. Tbs largest stock aad lowest sriec In the city AIIcnwIssoMby srtCTTMrreeefrhstT. Watches sad Jewelry rrpmrrd bv competent work new. aad wac rssted. WsextcBdan .BVitalbtn to all to vbitttir estsblishaient and lowk for threwlves. Wo sre slwsv happr to ebw Her goods. Romemlsor the 2?lne 50f .Folkc Stroct, Opposite Leul 1U Farm tare KUMWtmeet. Wtween Titlh and Sxth streets. -:, SAXTON & HENDRICK. ITontphnn Item. Adam Lrrnner ha written a lengthv communica tion to the Board of Trade of Atchison, reinstiBg that body to urge tbe County Commissioners to hnng almtit a speedy eompletit n ef the Indepen dence bridge Thi bodv will, of ronrse, comply with tbe request, pa a few resolutions relative thereto, ths Couiiuistiuuers will order the Clerk to pnt them on file, snd then the ctiitrartors will ss stimeall the t'lmty of that class of tbe hnman race, and do a tbey plcac Last Sitnrday, the yonng folk at sim Anderson s celebrated the tl brthdsvof one of their com rades They had a fine time dancing and the Wst of amusements Grapcsarenpemngfast. and though some have Wen lost br the frost, and some .y damp weather, tbe yield will W abundant A great many ot them are sent to western and north western points. Cabltage heads as bi.; a cabbage head are al lowed to W, are sold at one and two cents, in tch isonj but iffhe'bnttcrtlir that aro nw ti uttering throngh the air by the thousand, will continue to deposit egg on late cablsge as they hare done the last week, th lovers of saner knut will hsve to par more Ilnobner sits there are 22,000 different kinds of battsrdirs, snd it i a very good thing that not each of these Irj idoptf-ra pnnrida s profusely for I tvsperous progeny a thi little white one. Friends of green and roatsl corn have plenty of opportunities to appease their appetite George Waller has, this year, plenty of all kinds orfnut -nsj Wrres, IdackWrnrs, apples, pearhes, &c. There 1 more wine shipped thin season by the. Ilrenncrs, than in any previous one. Threshing machines on all sides, and all doing satisfactory business. Some farmers mould post pone threshing ft r a few week, at least, because of gram beiugjusttn full sweat, but they are afraid that tbey then can't get auy machine. Chas. Low and Guff hare thrclird in and around Doniphan, and are now at It. Langnn's Tbe aver age yield of that gentle ma nV wheat I aWut twenty iiiao budicl per acre A good yield, indeed l-rank Hingstou, who had a hore stolen, about two iii(nth ago, rrcrerrd the mine at Ln en worth, after he had sjent much time, and aWut f. hi cash Two hard rlmncttrn vrro arrested ns sus picious Ncsrly crerv day, souh o ic gin to r CMine from Evcreot W II Nesbit make tbe tnp aWnt tw.ee a week, ainl our riiricntt rs, like John Ifarhirt, 1 Quiun, and others, try to reach home once every two weeks. 1 wo i-oliernien from Atchison got oX their U at, iu pursuing a suj iciou vagaWud TLey came up to Oom.ib in, aud wbu some one hinted that their culprit might have taken refuge in a wine cellar, they instituted a diligsnt svarch They dulnt find their man, tut they felt unusually pearcahle when thev tarted t return Doniphan will have her mill delivered twice a dir henceforth Srch Is the order from hradipiar- tcra, and all contract made decreeing otherwise are null and void. ft hen tbe railroad moved, the et press rom panics shortly after followed suit, but the Wells, kargo & Co Ft press thinks otherwise, and has appointed J R. Welfh agent, who is ready to do business in Whalf of said company, at aay time As there U plenty to ship, just now, and Dick"" inclined to take hold In earnest, he ought to make the agency pay The weather Is hot rnonrji, and a good rain wonld W thankfully received. eranklm A- rrick hare sold their farm on Jordvn Creek to J V r razee, for 400. In thi isne of the Chief J 'nhlctihinm adver ti? tbe Gundlach Patent Drill. Fanners who know thi machine, prefer It to any other, and eUetzbinm acquaintance are aware of the fact that he Is a practical machinist, who doc not and would not advise the pnrehaae of anything whatso ever. unVsa it W practical indeed, and of hrst-elasa work in in ship J. Koehler hi a cow which sometimes csres but little for ths herd law, or any other Last Sttur dav, P Ntcolier caught her on Brenner's premise, and shut her np Koehler got somewhat aggrava ted, aid when he met Pete, romc hsrd words were passed (romhsrd wont it came to hard blows, bnt thsy were separated, snd went home. Tlie Marshal, however, arraigned them, Monday morn ing, Wfore tbe Justice of tbe Ponce, charging them with disturbance of the peace The Judge fined Koehler 5, and P. Nicohcr's case was bound over till Saturday, when a like fate awaits hiai. George Breuusr will build a house over his cellar The incrraso of hi business demand a store-room. Disarm., DoMHUT.Ang 20th, ItSS. In reply to an article in one. of tho last issues of the DoMjJtan II ret y Are, aimed at me. I desire to express my surprise that Hon J. R. Welsh, Jr, with amount of unlimited knowledge, refined tsste. an 1 high standing, would stoop so low a to mix np In politic, trying thereby to get nd of any scratch ing, which seems to lacrease his itching to a wonder ful degree I don t deny fact a to hi allusion, nor can he forget the sweet three dollar he wa foolish enough to spend that niht, for tbe same purpose, not to sny anvtbing about a sleepless night. C. D HcExiKn. lllalilanelMiivr. The joungpeoplo who will attend echool at col lege abroad, will ahortly take their leave of High land, for the coming school year Miss Annie ForWs, who ha 1m en spending some wet k with her rela tives and fnends in JIiMitouri, Illinois and Indiana, has gone to Glcudale rimale College, near Cincin nati, Miumcs Jcnnio RobiUMin and Mamio Hough will attend at OWrlin, Ohio , I- b Leigh aud Charley Bowers go to Chicago, to carve rori-eii m Ruh Medical College, Mi Daisy Wigh return to the it. Juscih Content, Byron Crow I r will try tbe Vsl paralso Normal School, in ludiuna. Mie Lillie DcVoeand Maggie Hubbard return to Chicago, t complete their course in music Chicago will have a pretty good delegation of Highland yonng folk. Not long ago, Dr Long had hi family carnage repainted, and bought for the sime a pair of spank ing black $300 roadxters. and set of silver mounted harness. In Atchison At the same time, he also bought anew buggy and phaeton, the latter of which he presented to hi danghter, Slaude W hen it cornea to putting on style, the Dr. can surely gct tWrc. While Jeff. Stepney wa shaving a citizen, last week, he (tho citizen) was attacked by the real "jim jam, or delirium tremens. Jeff's bran new barWr chair was considerably damaged, as a result thereof. How Is thi! We thought thai the verdict returned by that jury In the liquor ease was equiva lent to a proclamation that nothing intoxicating could W had In town. We were first to suggest a pulie well, last snmmer, and inasmnch a it was not only dug, but completed, In a few weeks after we named It, we would now like to try our hand at a city ball. Nothing is need ed more than thi. Whenever onr citizens hare a concert, festival, lecture, political meeting, or enter tainment ofinj kind, some church has to W opened, and consequently thfngsrequently occur that are very repugnant to the memWrs, though not particu larly out of place. Every year many good lecturers and theatrical troupes pas n by, knowing that we hare no public hall, and that the churches cannot be hired for their purposes. Now I the time for those who have surplus cap'tal to distinguish themselves by building a good hall, and a bountiful harvest surely awaits the ierson that do this. Bill Finley and Ld. Moore, the editor of the de funct Mate, hail a rough and tumble fight in Pylc 8c W inters jewelry store, on Saturday evening. Finley got the Wst of Moore, and they waltzed back into Doc. Ben net a office, the back room of the building, and here Moore was unmercifully pitched out of the window. Claret flowed freely from wounds on Moore's head and face. The difficulty arose from Finley's accusing Moure of having borrowed money under false pretence. The band concert and festival, on Tuesday even ing, was a gay affair, and financial success. Dr. Bob Dinsmore was up from Troy, on Sunday. The young folks will pve a concert, under the di rection of Miss Matie Morton, next Friday evening. ome thing cnnsnally good I expected. Misses Alice Frame, Nellie Poo let, ami Lillie HohlitzcIL accompanied by Lemon Peeler, eame down from White Cloud, on a flying vhdt, Saturday last. Breaking for fall wheat a'nd rye l nearly all done, in this section, but seeding will not W commenced until the weather clerk favors ns with a little rain. The prospect fr heavy corn yield were never more Hattenng than at present. The cars are well filled out, ami will make good, solid corn, whether or not we hare wore rain. Mrs. Wilson, of Lawrrner, delivered temperance lecture Wfore tbe Temperance L'men, in the M. E. church, on Wednesday evening. A good crowd turned out to hear her, and all that we have heard express an opinion, speak in complimentary terms of her effort. Henry Masters, ajimt "John A. Logan," has the contra't of carrying tbe mail on the new.postal route. He makes a tnp every day lo Nocznanville, tho half way otce Wtween here aud Atchison. Ltscra. Apple nod reach l'arera. The best and cheapest ever invented.. Call on F. M. Paxkxe, w, Eaaner Mills, Troy. n. u. nExnRicK HENDBIOK, II rentier Gnb. The grain tnwe i very lively here, ami grain Is in Wtter condition now than a few week tack. Cook A, Hinckley hare bmlt lur-tv room in their storehouse and their trade is steadily increasing. The pic-aie here, Saturday, wa a pleasant affair, tbwngh not very largely attended. "Nme rhoice luiieie. croquet, ice-cream, swinging, pitching horse shoes, were among tbe enjoyment of the day Da vid ynkoop, Jsr.and Job MeDamel are the cham pion with the horse-shoes. A dance at night, end ed the Nimbiy School picnic. A,man who will lay around tbe saloon drunk, and neglect his wife and children, and cnea ami bawls like a calf nntil ho could W heard all over tho neigh Wrhood. because his friends talk to him about it, must have a conjunction of the eyes and bladder. We must not forget to mention tbe singing and plaving by the old Itdynnd her daughter. We did not learn their names, tut wo Wlieve they were Mr. Chas. CatnpWIl mother and slser Somo good musicians, who Imtened to the old lady sing ing, mj she has a remarkable voice, for a lady of hrr age as smooth an nnrufltrd as a girl of sixteen John Srott I on the sick list He seem to W af fcctetl with general debility. John was a soldier in the 13th Kansa. and wr WI eve he ought to have a pension A certain doctor (we will not say where from) called out in the country, to see a sick lady, but when Iiearnvrd at tbe residence of his patient, he found her sitting at the table, eating very heartily. ot desiring to mike the call without giving some professional service, he uiidc an examination of tho wuld W paticnt'a case, and gave some medicines, av ing to a lady visitor who happened to be present, that he was different from other doctors, he never made large billn never hsd to call to sec patient but once. W hat says the lady visitor, "do they die so soon a that P V K. MeDamel ha had to quit threshing. Wing aflhrted mi tadly with sore eyes, but U going to start up hi machine aud corn-sheller, thi week John Often i mnning hia steam thrtuher daily, and l doing good ork. ami doing it fast Nice to hlui Dr Hamilton ha aWut entirely rrcorcml from the ague Hciour of thi hind who has too much energy to have the ague long He has no time for siieh fiM.lixhncx. Thomas NirhoUin hiiuinerin away in hi stono quarry, and sirs LeU driven to keep up hi- trade. Lso miieb building going mi Gsiu.1T lrtcrnmiiic of Doniphan C on it I- siimlny School Cuitvctitlon, To U Ac 1 nt jjA.im, Aa i , h3 .M.inJiJA In. TIirMMiAT I 10, a in Devotional Meeting, led by Rev S. M Irvin 2. lUl'n.yer, Rev Klosa. Singing 3. 10-40 W'chome Address r Rev Jone Singing I II 15 Organization of Convcntiou and Appoint ment of Committee. 5 12 Dinner. Prayer, by Rev J S. .Slaten. 6 lJrt, ti. ni Unestion. How may aCountvSun- dsy School Association W made m success f O Ben son ami RoWrt Clark 7 2:00 How may the .School now In progress be rontinttrd with Interest dunng Winterl II. Cruik shsnkatidW. R Mewart. & J.4S Is a Union School the Wst, In a nrijtiVor bood where the people Wlong to more than one Denomination t Rev Msyon and Prof. McCarty 9. 130 The Relation of tbe Sabbath School to tho Church ; Rev. Farmer and Rev Brown. 10. 4.00 How should the Church support Minday Schools f Rev Otto and Rer Irvin. 11. 00 How should ls rents support Sunday Schools I Dr Neshit and Rev. KIos. EVEMXll KXEKt ISE A GtSr.E IL XFETIVI. ringing 7.30 Reading of .Scriptnre and Prayer, by Rev. Muiear, of White Cloud. Singing 70 AddrrftMC by Rev Prof. Brown and Kov. Prof Klon. Singing Benediction, Rer Jones rsimr .. 1 9-0O. a. m Derotiousl Meeting, led by Rev. Terry, White Cloud. 2. 5-30 Prayer; Rev. Griggsby Singing 3. 9-45--Reports from the Committees. 4 10-00 Lecture on Evergreen Snndsv Vhools, Prof. McCarty 5. 1030 What I the Wst method of Bible StnJy in the Sunday School! F. S. Moser and Rev. Jones ' C. 11-00 How msy the Sundsy School W msde In teresting and self supporting, and accomplish their right aim! Rev. Perry and Rev. Minear 7 11.30 How cm the Proper Observance ot tha Sabhsth W Procured! IL W. Winn and W. E. Pickett. -8. I00-Diuncr. aneMox. 9 I 15, p. m Praver, by Rev Joseph Mayou. Singing 10 I JO Address to Sunday School Workers, by Rev Mayou. It 2:00 Report from the School. li. Election of (((Beers for tho County Association Singing IX Prayer; Rev Prof. Brown H Benediction; Rer Irvin All the Sunday .Vfaool in the County are request ed to send two or three Drlegatcstothe Convention, and all hhath School worker, who are interested in Sabbath School work, are conlially invited to at tend Fntcrtalnment will be provided by the Committee, for thoc who come from a distance. Signed, JosEril Matiil, Pastor of Presbytenan Church DAYIELHU'Sfl, Pastor of Congregational Church Rev Joifs, Pastor of 3tethodit Church. Olacs Haiscy, Sunday School Misaionsrj. The above should have appeared In last week's pajicr, but owing to a misapprehension, was neg lectcd El. Apples and Peaelac U anted The highest market price will W paid for eating and cooking apples and peaches, by Juiix Jag Ei. West side Public Square, Troy, Kansas. tsT Samuel Lttinger' A. O. Sanborn, R. P ZuWr and R S. J. Wise, railway postal clerks, running Wtween SL Joseph and Grand Island, Nebraska, bare Wen promoted from the grade of second-cla clerkship to the grade of third-class, ami their sala ries increased from ?J00 to 1 1,000. BCP A whole shoal of Western Congressmen are likely to W left at home. In consequence of their sup port of tbe nver and harbor stent AT. T. Star. TBOY .TlAKKKTft. FUHTB Best Fall wheat, retail, 1X40. Wheat Fan, 73oe. Six tSc, Baelet C3c COI3-T0C Oats rce. Potatoes Me. Hat rrsirie, K003T 00 BcTTxa 15 a 30c rocs-ufc Lxkd 15c ILucslSc. xUcos-Sidea, 13c, Boos 4700370. IT. LOt'l JIABKET. , . , , Sr.Loti. Aairasta. Wheat Lvweraad very sbrw X.3mt, f7a9e aecr dbigtolcatka,casb,.3re4. 9013lje; Xv 4 led He asked. Corn lull aad lower TCjaTCfc rash. Csttie RecclpU, 1,900; tbfpmmU 1J00. ftapplr klr. marKct sfcw sad weak, soew aalea lower svathweatern teerssf 900 to l9NSBZi4s.M0OS3Xi-tt batcher steer. t3 00 a 3 5. native ernra, t3 733 50- gnssTexaas, S3 Wrf 00fkircma3oatoraifgotidUcIi4ceHMS4 73;Bw rwl sbtpptag steers otfere4. tlb-g-Demand fair, bat amIy very U. bttle done, pfgaadUztkorkein40730.good porkers. 9604-40- IwUhersU beat heavy t233Se3(j7aMers, I730S9 00. BccefptA 300; sblpmenU, 100. 'CHICAGO HARKBT. Cescao. Aixast, 17. Wbest QaM and steady: recular, ltajl u AanUi lJeSeIitember9ea9eeOrt4W.fMwne yoress ben r7rc the vrar: &xCkWmro sprtng. f 105 cash 3ft3 d 01c. -1 ml winter active, Srm aad algher, ft 031 9 1 OH cash; ft 03 Aa!, ft 01ft SepCember. Cra Active but a shads lower- Cxcsb snd Aarwrft Hit September; 73Je October: TOJc XeveiBbenMie tbo Jtn rejected 74l47fe. .tsas Active hat liftij ltecsh and aEnt;36la3fiIo Jerted, 3S.3Sic ' " " ny ioii ai r. Barloj Don al De rVptrmbrr. Um Lnripla. ROOOi UpmniU 3.N0. Drmaod hit, MnratolT artire al J a 10c bijnrr: oona to rJ mliM 17 30 ti-. fcoarr. W Oil 90-. Utht, I Tsat 30; .klpa. I w 73 .anplT ril tUmtrd. Cattlo lirerrpta, JJCOj abrpmmt isoe. Doll aad oh. oo mono. I tobir. otbora ttmtf. nporta, n 10.7T3i food to tttttn Hmtof. M 50S7 (, roauoon to fair, rrrr wn. at i Mas 75; satire bauhera, rtroscrr- row. and nltM, UMM3 73s romiooo to awtiaai. (toO.IW half brenlo and ABKflcaiu, H vatSM-alorkrra, tttiai n. DIED. Aopi.t 13th, 188 Cuu Kxm. ol.Ir.t daa-litrr cf Jlr. ul lira. Jaclaon Walter, of Lrona, ajrd IS jean, 3 month., ami 8 &aju AagMt Itl!:, !. rcr Sabetla, W. X. Ltn, af rl 37 yrnn, 6 Qontli., and C daja. Angtut 20tb, near Highland, Cbixu Wiuua, slant aon of Mr. and Ure. TbeoJore Tnotnae, aged. Jtar, 7 DontL., and 34 dara. i-i, mort.