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SOL. HU1 ... Editor. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: liursdajy's : : Seemlier 1871. a Bit f ' History. The last Troy KrpsMiena or, ti adopt that pa Vrr'sfevnrite pirsonal stjle Bkauc & Saxwiik ameattnan, wit!i wlia theynrrhai. intends as reply to onr remarks week In-fore lout; bnt as it awswers nothing we raid, w might let it go for liat it is worth, were it nut that tlirjr re-hash ol.l a'nrs snd innneniloes that have licrn invariably e ist at ns, fur the past five or sis yearayby those wlm hud no other way to answrriicfs. To afford an excn for o dinjf, they take to themselves charges that we never made agBinst theuu ffr never aaid thev had wild ont,(or wrre Venal,) and we never aaid ihcy bolted the Bcpnblicou ticket. We did ay they lent tbcnis.-lvea to throw nmd at ns for acensing certain men of attempting to to tray the Republican imrty, wncn they knew we had stated farts, and when they knew, In-fore the election, that an attempt waa on foot tn swindle Republican voter with a frandnlrnt ticket, and had taken no means to pnt voter nn their gnsnl. We have no donbf they voted tbestreight nepnb lican ticket so did we, from tI to bottom and we have no donbt they are at heart sonnd Repnlr licaus hence, we did not doubt that tbey pitched into na to enrry favor with the guilty one whom we had stirred np with a hot i'ker. And to this the BeniiMi'i-nse na Beam: &8ANBOttsreply; "You're another Sol. MlL I.r.tt is venal reeord the C kief liaa Sol. MlLLEli lias bolted ticketa in tbepast, whenever they did not anit him and nil that sort of thing. Aa to our record and reputation, they give na no uneas iness, and we hope Hi" Republican will not worry aboat them. And wo Mispect that all the venal ity we have exhibited, since BlULE & SAxnonx li.ivc known ids has been nothing oat of their purse. The remaining charge, of our having bolted tickets in the past, is a favorite charge, nosed over by every new importation that comes into the County to flourish for a brief season, and do his masters' ill to he kicked out as soon as he musters np independence enough to imagine that he haa a will of his own. For the benefit of the editors of the Republican, their informers and prompters, we will give a bit of history, showing how we bolted the Republican ticket. To begin: We have never bolted a regularly nominated Ke pnblican ticket or candidate. Republican County Conventions were regularly held in this Connty, from 1857 down to the commencement of the war, and in the years 151, 1J2, aud 153. There nev er was a bolt from n ticket during all that time there was harmony, and a united support of the ticket, with almost invariable sneers. Hut in 1864, an clement camo into onr Comity politics, that haa kept up discord and bolting ever since. In the year 154, a Legislature was to be elec ted, that would have the choosing of n United States Senator. Almut tho time a Comity Con vention was being talked up, a sijuad of olliccrs from tho army made their appearand- in the Coun ty, as they did in nearly every Comity in the State, wboliad lieeu furlonghed by Gou.ToM Ew INO from his division and his body-guard, for the purpose of returning to Kansas running fertile Legislature, and electing Jiim tn the United States Senate. These men at oucr put their veto upon a Convention. They would ran, whether or no; and if they were not given a clear field, they would divide the Anti-LAXK vote, and insure the election of Lank men, horn it was desired to de feat. The issne was then Laxk and Aiiti-LxNK, and there was a large Anti-LAXK majority in tho Comity. Rather than see such a result, the Anti LAXK candidates withdrew, in favor of this de tachment from the army tho latter pledging ing themselves to vote against Lank under all circumstances, n hetlier they could elect the man of their choice or not. So the Convention was net aside, and an independent race made. Several of the body-guard were elected, one was defeated, and the Lank men managed to take in most of the County offices. When the legislature met, it was found that Ewixg was a dead duck, and every one of his men from this County, in i iolation of their pledges, voted for Lank for what consider ation, there has been a pretty unanimous belief among the people of tho County ever since. We may remark here, that not one of those men lias been elected to office in the Connty since, and tho candidates they have f.ivored, have almost inva riably been beaten in Convention. But these gentlemen found the Comity offices filled by good Republicans, win-so places they -wanted for their friends. They had come home to rnn the Comity, and they determined to regu late things. In order to do this, their independ ent ticket arrangement wonld not do, for the peo ple wrre not with them. Therefore, in 13, they were hot for a Convention they could manage that. But the old County Central Committee, that held over from 153, would not ib the men did not ault them. So they travelled over the Connty, preaching up the necessity tor a thorough re-organization of the party in tho Comity, but received very little encouragement, except from theirownhangcrs-on. However, they were txtnud to go it; so they met in mass convention at Troy, and appointed s Central Committee of their own. There was no person present from Iowa Township, bnt they ran across an old seed in the street, who lived near the month of Wolf, who never" had, and haa never since, voted the Republican ticket him they inveigled into the meeting, and made a Com mitteeman for Iowa Township. Then they called a Convention, ami held it, and nominated a ticket of their own. They wrre Umnd to clean out the nest of thieves and rascals who ocenpicil the Comi ty offices. Tho men who hail lieeu keeping up the party organizatinn, determined they wonld not submit to the dictation of this-clique of upstarts, who said Convention or no Convention, as pleased them, and who coolly went to work to set aside the rrgnlsr organization, and form one of their own. They therefore pot forth nn independent ticket of their own, some of the candidates on which were veterans from the army, who had lieen disabled in battle, and had made faithful officers. We were a candidate on that ticket, and support ed It; and the whole ticket was elected by a tri emphaat majority. That was the way we bolted a Bepnbliran ticket. The ring-leaders of that Bogt who were thus cleaned out, were the aelf aaaae men who attempted to run the late Convcn tion,in this Connty, and who attempted to defeat a portion of the ticket because they were out-grn-eraled. - That is the whole hiotory of our Wring a Re publican ticket. And now, aa to onr threat of lmlting again. We gave notiee,a few week since, uai u any .or the men who went into tho late Republican Couvrntion, thus tacitly binding themselves to support its ticket, hut who. for pita, attempted to defeat a portion of the ticket, were ever nominated for office by the Republicans of this Connty, the CkZf would, bolt the ticket. We propose to stick to that text! Ta. oakKrltcn. Thrt season of the year is at liand, when every man whom tiie jrtiutrr owrn is after his money, nil tt hen ho nerds all that others owe him. We find it necessary to make ouranuual rail upon our mlwcriliers. Last Summer, a the reader Is aware, we en larged and Improved onr paper. We w ere forced -to get aew tyn-, for our oM drees was worn out; and while we were doing so, we endeavored to get the very beat; ami we made intptirreutcuts be yond what onr patronage justiBed, and, in fact, beyond what we were justly able to do. We eal enlatnl tint the irren-assir$trtronage the improve ment wonld bring, wwiW make np for the outlay. Our latnmagu has- been handsomely increased, bnt still not as much ns it should be, considering the increase at expense. A gnat many of onr subscribers ere J'et In arrears for one or more years. In order to keep onr paper up to its present stan dard, we- nmst have prompt payment from all. We nnrst ask, therefore, that every one who has nut dbno so, make payment in full, without neces sary delay. We wish to bring our business as nearly to a rash basis ris possible. An extensive criilit business Is ruinous to a newspaper. Those wln do not find the. amonnt of their indebtedness marked npon their papers, can ascertain it by applying to this office. Thiainvitation i general. i i m IV (iKiimik K. Clayton, of Ilmwn County, is again in trouble, Gkoihif. is always in trouble, and always has a petition in circulation, repre senting that he is an injured martyr, and asking that something that has lieen done to his discom fort be undone. Once it was the penitentiary that grieved him now he has been tnrned ont of tho Claj toiiville 1'ost Office, aud a Republican appointed in his place; and he has got np a peti tion, signed by all the men, women and children in his latitude, including the Kickapno Reserve, showing that bu is a wronged man, and that the good of the nation requires bis re-iustatement in the Post Office. Then ha fills ever two columns of the Hiawatha DUpalck with bis grievances and petitions, 'lie therefore prays for the emission of Skkman! XV We like the way Judge WKnn, of one of the Southern Districts of this State, jerks the fil ling ont of ancient humbugs and modern imposi tions. Some time since, he pnt the veto npon jail-birds and professional rascals testifying in his Conrt; and now he has decided that grand swin dle, tho Texas cattle law, unconstitutional. Wo have believed, from the start, that that law was got npin the interest of cattle speculators in Kan sas, and that the pretended ground for the law was a fraud and a humbug. We say, no emliar- gocs upon tn.de in aud through, Kansas. There are still other subjects that Judge Wrjin should try his hand on. , 3" The Atchison Patriot wishes there were more jonmals throughout the country, not so much attached to party. The 'Patriot is a nice sheet to deprecate attachment to party. Why, if the Democratic lawgivers were to solemnly de clare, as a new departure, that it is the duty of every good Democrat to live on night-soil, the ed itor of the Patriot would at once provide himself with a snitable liowl and spoon, and taunt the Radicals with being arristocratic and over nice! Slate leW8. I"? An inmate of the State Insane Asylum, who is said to have been respectably connected, recently nte aliout one-third of the blanket that covered him in lied, which caned his death. It would have lieen had ennngh, had not his connec tions liren resiertablr; but the idea of a man witli respectable connections foundering himself on second-liand lied-hlanket horrible! jT Say, you lsiys who are engineering that Kansas Magazine: what is the subscription price, and what will 1m- the size of the Magazine! We have seen no statement of either, and are asked almost every day especially as to price. We have hail several applications from persons who wish to snbscrilie. IV Marshall County has jnst gone through tho second heat of her County Seat contest. Marys ville is victorious. She polled only almnt 1200 voti-s! The licst of the joke is, she wonld have lieen successful without any illegal votes. The Central Branch scheme failed, that time. JVMlLT. Rkyxolds, having at last got ap pointed to an office, publishes a long editorial, showing tho ad van! ago of appointing "Rcpresent atie Men," men of ability and influence, to im portant offices. Go slow; those fat places are mighty uncertain in Kansas. XV Tiie Democrats accidentally got a majority in the Indiana legislature, last year, and elected a State rriter. Hriias already stolen ovrrf20,000 from the Statr, which his friends term "overdraw ing." As soon as a Democrat gets into office, he goes to stealing. ' t iT HoRNKR, of the Chetopa Ad ranee, and SrK)N ER,of tho Humboldt C(o,'have recently been prosecuted for libel. The former had to pay 2 damages, and the latter $25. This should lie a warning to them to always tell the truth, aa we do. XV For the lienent of' the Atchison Patriot, which publishes an opinion of the Ckirf in italics, we will say that we consider a man who is right in some things and wrong in others, a much bet ter man than one who is wrong in all things. THE Messagk. Tho President's Message is of moderate length, and to the point on all questions Foreign Relations, Domestic Affairs, Fenians, Kn-KIux, and Postage. It is too late for us this week, bnt -will appear in onr next. tyTIicy evidently had a "pi" in the Law rence tribute office, the other day, (or night, as the case may have been.) Tnesday's paper camo to ns, with the page usually devoted to local mat ters a total blank. IV Wiscousin has had brr share of burning, this season. While the northern part of thc-Stato wassnffering from bunting woods, the Democra cy of the State were suffering from WASlllirnx. IV A schoolmaster in Wilson Comity recently had the bridge of his nose broke by the father of a boy whom he flogged. Schoolmasters should provide their nosses with the King iron bridge. XV What wfK satisfy the poor, fault-finding Pemocracy f They find fault with everything as it exists; and when the Republican attempt to make a chauge, they find fault with tliat. They grmnhloatlhe heavy debt of the country; and becoming alarmed at the rapidity w 1th which it is being paid off, thry now raise the cry that the debt is bring reduced to enrich the Tariff monop olists! ' .. C- That crazy blatherskite, Okoiiok Fraxcis Thaw, ha started a paper at Omaha, about the of a ttnmli-paper, devoted to blowing his own JlOTO. advocating hi claims fr the next Presidrn- 2'rt. !.V1,"d ,ne"7raf 7e," and Is fined V - ,h4-"miron mas of diabolical non fSiV," Similar to ,! speixbrs. A Tkxas Cattlk Drcisiox-Onr readers are all aw are that onr State has a statnte against dri ving Texas cattle through Kansas during certain period. We find the following in the Osage Mis sion Journal, bnt without a fnll statement -of the rase we are nnable to state what the farts were, exrept that Judge Webb has declared the Texas rattle law unconstitutional: From Messrs. Hutching &. O'Grady. who have jqst returned from, attendance on thr terms of court in Allen and Labette Counties, we get the following item : James C. Barrett v s. 31. Barnes at al. This rase was brought by plaintiff in Laliette County against 31. Barnes, sheriff, and John Ryane, Joseph Rov rmft and D. D. Bray, sureties on bis official lioud, to recovrr the sum of six t honsand dollars damage for Texas rattle taken from the possession of the shrntr, in l-aliette County, and killed by a mob. 3Iesrs. Hntchingt & O'Grady, attorneys for the sheriff, tiled a demurrer to the plaintiff's petition, raising among other points to constitutionality of theTexasrattlelaw. JuilgeWebb,nfthieleventh district, sustained the demurrer and held the law uneonstitntional. The X.Y. 7Vi"4r, which is not tronbled with an excess of orthodiixv. fuivn- l' , .' that the IT. 8. Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, at its session in Chicago, refused to allow the sulwrdi nate lodges to meet on Snnday.' Xot that we tbink.au v specific harm would come merely from this particular use of the dav; but we are opposed to anything which teuds to increase the already too great tenfenry to break down the obser vance, of the Sabbath. Irrespective of any re ligions nnestiou, wblrh we do not now and here discuss, the diftirnlty is that its srcnlari xation will tend to dimish Its prestige as a season or rest from physical labor; andjbis wonld he a consummation to be deprecated, for the rea aon that in this over active, and, as we sometimes ,mk 5,",V bny country, a very little opportu nity will set a considerable portion of pnidnrers at work on Sunday, thus complicating .the labor question, which. Heaven knows, is complicated enough alreadv." The Abilene Chronicle has lieen informal by Mr. Patrick Hand, who has jnst returned from a trip np the Solomon Valley to the Colorado and Ne braska line, that the new settlers have severely wiffered from the rold and storm. Mr. Hand says that the fall immigration info the Solomon Valley is unprecedented. Jlany fainiKcs arrived just before the late storm, aud the suffrring among them is terrible. -Haying."no nnnscs, they are compelled to lire in their "moving wagona," and the suffering among- the women and rhildreif, par iirnutny, is very severe. To add to tne nanlslnp of the situation, the ieople are almost entirely destitute of food; many uf them having scarcely tasted a mouthful ofbread since reaching the valley. They are tn ine to subsist mainlr niwn sneb mine, as they may lie able to sernre. Tins situation of affairs exists from Mitchell couuty northward and northwestward, up both branches of the river. The people of Mitchell connty have Hersey's mill at Iteloit, and there is barely grain enoughin that county for home consumption ; but in counties be- ond, the pmsieet is gloomy enough until a new crop can lie raised. 3Ir. Hand says that a great many animals have perished in the valley in consequence of the storm, ami that several mm were frozen to death. People were totally nnpreparrd for cold weather, not an ticipating that it wonld set in until some time in December. It is hoped that the old settlers in the Solomon valley will take prompt measures for the relief of the new comers. In some ofthecntsonthe Wathenai. Doniphan Railroad, near Petersburg, large quantities of pjriteaof iron aud thin veins of chalk have been found. The latter might prove profitable mining, if a vein of sufficient thickness ran be discovered. So the Wathcua Reporter thinks. The Clay Centre Independent says" that nn Wednesday last, Mrs. Payne, living nine miles north of that plare, had her house burned. It was one of the coldest mornings of the season. Noth ing was saved cxcrjtt their night clothes; and in that condition they were obliged to remain until her son went one and a half miles to procure help. Jlrs. Payne's husband is au old gentleman, seven ty years of ace. and haa been deranced for the last five years. It required tho ntmost endeavors of Jlrs. P. to keep her husband from flinging hint- sen into i lie names. Ills leet nave been oaiuy frozen. The fire sw opt ever thing they possessed in the way of clothing and household furniture. Their neighbors, as w ell as the citizens of Clay Centre, have ruqKiudnl liderally in relieving their wants. A school teacher in Fredonia, named Martin, lately whipjied a boy named McMhIijii se erely. In return young 3IcMahan's father assaulted the teacher, and broke the bridge of the teacher's nose with a stone. The teacher was fined f 10 for assaulting the boy, and McMahan was fined fcJO for assaulting the teacher. The Leavenworth Time is informed that last Sunday evening a shooting affray occurred on Kickaimo Island, above the fort, when one John T. Wilson endeavored to murder his eon, Wm. Wilson. He shot him in one of the anus, tho ball glancing aud striking him in the breast. The boy was removed to Leavenworth, taken to the hos- Cital, and a warreut issued for the arrest of Wilson y Justice Gould of Leavenworth. Tho boy will probably recover. The Saliua Journal says many rattle and horses have been frozen to death ill Sailnu county during the cold snap. Sixteen head of rattle wrre frozen in the stock yards at Sauna. William II. llrazel, of Greenwood county, and John Hutchinson, of Montgomery county, charged with counterfeiting, were taken tn the Topeka jail ittauicNia. Two Wichita stable men, named resiieetivcly Wilcox and Miller, got into an altercation with butcher knives, nn Wednesday last. Wilcox suc ceeded iu cutting Miller slightly in a couple of places, w hen the city marshal put in an appear ance and arrested both parties. Frank Hiiber killed a man at Oswego many months ago. He was tried at Chetopa last sum mer, convicted and senfenced to be hung. Gov ernor Harvey respited him, and tho supreme court granted a new trial. A change of venue was obtained to Crawford county. Oil Thursday night last Hnlter sletit ct t he Clorer House, Oswego, iu the same bed with his lawyer. J. Crirhton, Esq., of Chetopa. The sheriff locked them np and had tho key to the room, which was in the seceiul sto ry of the hotel. During the night a hole was cut in the roof, o er the lied room, and Hnlier escaped. At last accounts he had not lieen found. It is said he did the killing in self-defence. Fihst Daily Papkil We see it stated in a notice of Charles W. Helm that he edited the tint daily paer in Kansas, the Leavenworth Herald. In one sense this is tine, and in another it is not. As a K-miancnt paper it was. The Kanmt Free man was the first daily paper except the Daily Kama Tribune, published a week in April, le35, ever printed iu Kansas, and was started by E. C. K. Garvey, in Novemlier, 1855, and published during the session of the well known Toprka Con stitutional Convention. JMKrenee Tribune, Dr. Geo. W. McMillen, the new ly elected connty clerk of Neosho county, was the physician called into 31 r. Lincoln's Imix nt the tune he was shot. So savs the Mission Journal. T. F. Hersey lately sold nine lots in Belnit, Mitchell county, for $100ea(li. A little oera year ago there was but one house in Ileloit. A fine vein of c-oal has lieen discovered in Rus sell connty, Kansas, within three miles and a half of Bunker Hill. Coal can lie furnished a t the bank at V2i cents a bushel. William Jones, one of the oldest and most res pected citizens of tho Neosho Valley, (Tied at his residence, three miles northwest of Iola, on the morning of tho 19th lust. The Colnmbns Independent says: We are in formed that 3I:rjor I'pham's cavalry company, now stationed at Limestone, has lieen 'ordered to tho Arkansas river ronntry, to remove settlers from the Indian Territory. The company will start in the course of ten days. We hope, how ever, the weather will moderate Iieforc any action is taken in the matter, for the greater iortioii of them wonld rrrtainly suffer if they were removed now. We imagine that settlers will learn, after Iieing driven off a few more times, to keep ont of the Territory. The Wathcua Reporter says that sometime ago a young man named Fitzgerald was bitten by a dog belonging to .Martin .Mack", wlio lives lielow town. One day last week young Fitzgerald, ac companied by hi father, proceeded to the resi dence of 3Ir. Slack, and after breaking down the door, entered the house and shot the dog. 3lr. Slack had the parties arrested and taken before Esquire Dixon, last Thursday, who mulcted them in .the sum of (40 and costs, the whole amounting to $50. Got. Carney, the great grocer, sold his large warehouse on thernrnrr of Choctaw and the levee, Leavenworth, to.Cliarles Knnz,theemetient brew er. The consideration was$U2,00U. Kitnz is going to convert the building into a malt house. The hnilding originally cost $50,000. We have reason to believe, at the next session of Congress, arrangements will will lie made by which every settler on the Osage Lands will be enabled tn secure a title to his laud for $125 per acre. There is, in onr opinion, nn cause for fear. Jnstice will be done to the settlers. The whole matter has lieen laid before Senator Pomcrny, who is now in Washington, and with his earnest sup port, we have every reason to lieliere that-in no rase will the settlers lie driven off their Iambi. Walnut ralleg Time. As Rnfus Smith and family, recently from 31a ronpin connty, Illinois, were passing through the connty west of Oswego, on Saturday last, and whilst attemptingto crossonenfthemanystreams that intersect that section of the ronntry, the wagon liecame nnconpled, precipitating thr wo man ami xne cuiiureti into tne stream, over fen feet deep at the time, A little girl, six year old, and a lalie. eighteen month, were drowned, the mother and other children narrowly escaping a similar fate. They were dragged ont of the water byaropejthe mother, with the death-grip of a arent, still holding tn her bosom, as she snpimsed, the body of her ha!c,btit which proved to be her shawl! The postnftire. at Jewell City, was broken into last week and roblird of several packages of money. The Smoky Hill and Republican river are dosed over with ire. and the Imys are having a merry time on skate. Ire men are putting np ice six inches thick. A fire broke ont at Fort Leavenworth. Friday morning, which threatnied tnliecome serious. but it was finally extinguished without great loss. It was ransed by a defective fine in Dr. Perrine's quarters. The doctor's Ions was aboat $300. We are informed by the Neodsha Cithen that a young man named William G. Anderson came to NeodeahafrninXewton,onthc25th ofOrtolwr, in a wagon, with another man. He was suffering from a severe cold, contracted before his arrival here. ana wmieeampea near town, rapmiy grew worse; an miieh so that his companion brought him to tkeNeodcsha Honse. At this time he waa suffer ing from pennmonia, and was fast' sinking. lie waa an entire stranger in the place, bnt the pen pie about the hotel and a number of others in town tonic an intrest in his welfare, and treated him with great kindness and attention. Three days after coming to the hotel the stranger died. and on the day following was buried in the ceme tery, north of town. Before becoming nncon scions, the young man gave Dr. Blakeslee his name as iiluun b. Anderson, and his home as brinjr at Kosciusko, Mississippi. He also gave the doctor the address of friends at Kosciusko, to FEArartx Ettect or the Rrccrr Stob. Mr. Panghoru, correspondent of the Kansas City Jisms, writes to his iaper the partiealars of an incident of the late severe storm west of here. He -writes from Wamegn, and saya that reports from the plains concerning the storm are of the most har rowing nature. On Thursday. and Friday, hear ing a reKirt that thirteen men had been found frozen tn death near Hays City, he started for that jsiint tn find out aboat themotter. He says: Oil the train I found Orderly 8ergeant Harvey, of the Sixth cavalry, who left Fort Hays on the ttltlijn charge of a detachment for Leavenworth. He states that joat at dusk on thatday he discov ered six men, all of whom bad been badly frozen. Thry wrre in a ranch on the banks of Smoky riv er, about seven miles from Hays City, aud were suffrriug terrible agony.. Three of them were considered to be in a dangerous condition, while the others had fared but little better. The ser geant saw that tbey were well cared for and then proceeded on bis Journey. When near Five Mile' hollow on the old Santa Fe road, the sergeant's party came npon the corpse of a white man, ami a little farther ou that of a negro, both having per ished in tiie snow storm. These two had belonged to the same party as the six pre ionsly men tioned, having with them abandoned a train. Up to the time of bis leaving Hays City the sergeant reports the bringing in of seven bodies, and fears are entertained that as many as thirty-five or forty men have perished. It is known that full that number were embraced in the different hun ting parties then out, and as yet the company of cavalry searching the plains have not reported the discovery of a solitary man. Relics. Mr. W. F. Steele, while digging post holes on the grounds of John Marcus, of this of fice, unearthed the follow ingjnventory of aborigi nal relics: An old rattle-box, portions of a pair of moccasins, a chain with a medal bearing some indecipherable inscription and snrmnnnted with a crncifix, a pair of ear jiendan ts, a penknife, a glass stopper, with pieces of bone supposed to belong tn the human anatomy. There is quite an open ing in the earth where these relics were found, and it is not unlikely that it was tho grave of an Indian child, as the rattler and the moccasin, which is a small onr, wonld seem to indicate. Who knows bnt therarth In and around Cnnnril Grove is destined Iq time to come tn yield rich stores of Indian relics, and when the uohle Ka w shall have been removed to greener pastures or revel in the "happy hunting grounds" in store for all good Indians, and their existence here among ns become only a matter of tradition to the "oldest inhabitant," nn doubt relic hunters and humanitarians will flock hither from all quarters and delve in these destined classic grounds for evidences of the existence of a no ble race, by that time we hope utterly ex tic tf Council Grore Democrat. Some of our Kansas exchanges are discussing the qnestinn of "money iu politics," one or two going so far a to say that "money" influenced the choice of U. 8. senator from this State last winter. Wonldn't it lm as well for some of the papers referred tn tn qnit their humbug twaddle and tell ns "how ninch" they received f It would aid in the "purification" of our politics, even if some of the papers that know so much alxmt "how it was done" were rampant "purifiers." Abilene Chronicle. A 3Ian' Hkad SruT Open With an Axe. In the timlier bark of Elwood, a nnmlier of choppers are engaged in rutting timlwr for the St. Joe bridge. Tuesday afternoon a man named 3IrNa mara came near losing his life in a singnlar man ner. He had rlimtied up into the top of a fallen tree, was standing on one limb several feet above the ground, leaning with his hack against anoth er and cutting a third in front of him. The limb against which he was leaning suddenly broke, and he was percipitated to the ground. His axe was thrown np several leet, and fell, edge down ward, npon the top of SfcN'auiara's head, rntting a fearful gash, breaking throngh the skull. His left wrist was alsn broken by the fall. Fire at Hiawatha. We are informed that on Wednesday night, Novemlier 29th, a destructive conflagration nrcnrrrd at Hiawatha. Kansas, des troying a largo proportion of the buildings on the east sidenf theSqnare. Among the houses burned wrre the hardware store of 3Ir. Blakesl v. the fam ily grocery store of 3Ir. Dickson, the shoe shops of .Messrs. .imniernian ami llnttrrnrlil, ami the drug store of Messrs. 3Iitchcll & Zehntng. The total loss, it is said, will foot np $20,000. We have learned no particulars In reference to tho origin of the fire, and nothing as to the insu rance. Wo learn from the Ottawa Herald that a sad affair oceiirreil on Wednesday last, resnltingin the death of John Holowav, who lived on 3fosquitoe creek, aliout "twelvo miles southeast of that city. The particulars of theaffairarcas follows: Young Holoway, in company w itb three or four neigh bors, came to Ottawa on that day, and while there indulged rather freely in strong drink. On their way home thy stopped at Rock creek tn water their horses, when it was discovered that Holoway was insensible. One of the others drove his team as far a Mr. McNntt's, some six miles further, when Holoway was put into a cold room without fire or Iieddinsr. and left for the nichr. The next morning his father found him bruised and rovrrrd with blood, and nearly drad. He wastakriihome,hutdittla!mntfiveo'eiockthranie evening. The physician who was called pro nounced death caused by the bursting of a blood vessel, but at what time this occurred is impossi ble to tell. Had he received such care as even a dumb animal is entitled tn when in distress, his life might doubtless have lieen saved. Rule, who murdered 3fat. Cline iu Jackson county, some time ago, has been seen aud talked wun in Texas, REDEMPTION JUST. Cocktt Tousruc's Omca, ) Tbot, Kaxsas, Xt. S, 1871, J KOTICEU hereby tire., tawksaltaay concern, that tbfnnowinr JcKriMBealfatate wn. .oM.se the 4lhdyrxr.tMB.fer sVttxtsnt taxes of Ik jtar 188, sad tint Iben nun mJknrMhrUwtcrnaemfOmff jfjl"te4tli d.yrji.y.l8Tt. Now, any af Uxrs la the tian Halwd therefor, will bo cmrevrd to the parthjuerbr tax-deed. OBBCKA1G, - Cooaty Treasurer. Oners TCsiKlrbT v A Shanks FORMAT'S ADDITION. Lot Block Oners Itwa T Owners CGJDnlrr Unknown IVoIlaro Unknown Z MjUu. Unknown Unknown 11 Allm CXOeviso Mr. R K MrCreary Simmons Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Tnknown Unknown Unknown Unknown srtotner Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown St'Skbel ftp. Qwarter 8 u ntnw 13 sswlne I s.swjnw nnwnw tse wtidesise pine ptnwjnw ne inlaw. w innelne noe nlnlnejnw elnwine ptne 31 ptslsn 33 ptne ptaw ptnw ptn w r J w 1 n e-' ptne lot. 3,4. 4 ptswfne Tax 7 144 10 31 K3 10 31 007 439 304 400 8C4 19 12156 40 300 300 835 300 108 483 83S 3480 C79 S08 311 300 739 U3t 4763 90 wise ejie WolTIMrer Township. Owners Quarter S T Unknown pt uu.uuwa i nnown John Fulton B e John McTagsart a n e aejnw a ptne lit sjss 90 ae a lw 30 same Unknown KMeKry WuElwell Unknown Unknown Owners Fllrownlns Tltll.T. Unknown Amoa ferry John Lewia G W Lewi SI F Itanprlve Jaa Miller UeoKainrr J Nixon WLewl. Fl-aiil John Kline E TfanniNMai Centre Towasbip. Quarter S winejew 14 njnw X pt e a e 27 a wae el aw waw ne wjaw wise wine pt e i a e rjnv R Tax 9 701 90 18 70 90 404 90 17 44 19 7790 U 4317 II 103 97 19 0(34 If 4833 19 139 08 19 9190 S Tax 91 1133 1733 349 91 9379 91 8930 31 77 It 91 9J40 91 C81I 91 13738 91 143 91 8003 91 7 78 91 4931 91 47 78 rni 1 J aame sinu aame Owners W G VanCnrrn Mrs M (,' Ego 1! Murphy Uuknuwn W WUiitlirie Luther Martin Guy Adama A ErasutUMiu John Lamlia Unknown Henry Kwisher II M SwUbrr E A Snenrrr Iaaae 3larttn aamo G W Tato II V Iln.ld.ll Unknown E A Spencer anC'iin-n Wayne Tawashia. Quarter 8 T IS aw 1C a o ptne 99 nw 9 ptri.w 99 pin w e 1 aw a wjaw einelar pt e h u e pt e n e taw rlaefnw ptae a) ae 99 a pt n e 34 BWJIB 31 ne 3 ptnw 3 ptaw 3 nwlaw n w II aw ptaw 97 Tax 30 978 64 90 547 90 199 71 90 884 1719 4130 HIM 400 8 99 93! 20 97 479 (7 79 31 11373 91 8938 91 3019 91 141 13 91 3983 91 10 49 91 (87 30 4930 same aamo asm aame aamo 7 Mill COLUMBUS. Lot I to 8 I to 8 lt8 lto8 lto8 I to8 lo8 lto8 lto8 1934378 lto8 134378 Ito8 Itos 9tn8 I to8 lto8 ltt8 lto8 lint ltoC 1U8 2to8 tin 8 13378 lto8 ,.,.Ito8 """ tt8 1934678 1334678 lto8 lto8 1U8 I to8 lloS I to 8 lto8 lto8 lto8 1 to8 lto8 lts8 lto8 1U8 3to8 lto8 llo8 lto8 lto8 lto8 11.8 Ito8 1343678 lto8 Ito8 1 to 8 lto8 I US 1U8 "lto8 IU8 1U8 lit 1U8 IU8 lto8 I to 8 lto8 1U8 1U8 9U8 1 18 lt 8 I to 7 It.. 8 I toH 1335678 I to 8 lto8 1945678 lto8 Block I 9 3 4 5 9 8 99 30 31 39 33 34 33 36 37 38 39 40 37 58 59 60 61 69 6J 64 65 66 67 m 70 71 71 73 89 90 91 99 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 101 103 104 191 191 191 III 193 1J6 197 198 I9J 130 131 33 133 131 135 136 153 154 155 I5S 157 15 159 1C0 Tax 134 -5491 Tax 37eacl ' - 31 " 3d " ml- 3J 37 - 37 " 37 " 37 " 37 " 37 37 " 37 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 " 37 " 37 37 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 - 37 - 37 - 37 " 37 " 37 - 37 " 37 " 37 " 37 - 37 - 37 " 37 " 37 - 37 37 - 37 " 37 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 - 37 " 37 " 37 " 37 " 37 " 37 - 37 - 37 37 " 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 " 37 37 " 37 " 37 " 37 - Owners Mrs Pillow CCCaraon Mark Yogaa Ownera Unknown Unknown Unknown Haul Morrow Unknown Vacharl Clary Unknown Wm Christian Jos Yonnj: John VanAmlale K M Shanka Tetrr Anderson Janira Tilidrll John Stewart Ban- Oak Tawasaia. Quarter 8 ae m w ae awfrae ne a wnrif n e rie n w J aw n wfrac IoUl&9ae ewjue lot5nw aefrae v i a w frac Tax 8439 59 96 587 899 48 48 1953 14 47 5996 14 70 4550 10 88 15 01 797 7537 Owners Ean.htira same same it Foley , J Martin Unknown Fee heirs E S Maxwell C Polrier Unknown Erana helra J LTraey Unknown J M Tracy IUtten Washington Township. Quarter ne n w ee rn w awine nejn w v) a ptaw ptaw n w awfrae a wrorae pt w pt n w awfrae w n n w K Tax 31 967 61 91 176 Vt 91 4543 91 10196 99 49 40 91 16 41 91 14 07 91 9004 99 309 90 99 17180 99 156 79 91 6751 it 4939 99 109 77 93 1794 HSCresl Henry Wilson Wm Ilatton name II S Creal Saml McUiuupbry 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 " 37 " 37 - 37 - 37 " 37 - 37 " WATIIKXA. Lot Block Tax 4 I 805 6 13 91 18 8 16 98 03 9 16 4659 9' 17 4 96 4 17 4 96 nori5fi 90 9890 5 99 833 - 6 a 8 79 56 93 9 73 each 7 93 300 Ownera Unknown ownera Mrs Branlalry Unknown aamo Paine Ownera Unknown same CREAL'S ADDITION'. Lot lilork 1 to 19 33 6 to 13 36 SOUTH WATIIKXA. Lot mrk 6 16 18 18 93 Owners JWMcCleUand Unknown ii Geranly J II Madmlet Jr G Grrardy Jno Chapman hetra Peter Cadue, Est marioa Township. Quarter 8 nwjaw 36 neiaw 31 pt a i a e 13 efifthnelnw 19 a end viw 19 a w 1 a r frac 30 n e cor n w frac 30 T IS 3 91 3 99 4.91 4 99 4 S3 4 91 4 91 Tax 975 1164 19 M 306 869 10 79 566 TOWN LOTS. The announcement that the Amerirns Club, a Tammany organization, lias erased tn exist, will bring mourning, according to thr New York He rald, tn many an individual w ho has reveled iu the, lsiiintiesof the defunct Ring in that city. The "Tiger's'' welcome growl will nn longer lie heard. "Big six" will no longer invite "the Isiys" to the groaning festive lioanl, to thrgorgeons'liall room, tn the grand fete ehamperir at Indian Ifarlsir, where a guest could keep Jolly while the season lasted, or as long as lie liehavcd himself. Well may the memlM-rs of the Amerirns Club and their many friends exclaim: "Farewell! a long fare well to all onr joys! farewell to champagne, to ran-vas-liaeks, to salmon, tn speckled trout! there's nothing left bnt eel simp and clam chowder for the boys!" Look Out. We would have our ritizrns look out for something authongbt of in insnranre busi ness. The .Life Association of America seems to be in a fix, from the fact that David U. Boogher, heretofore one of its prominent agents, has filed a bill in equity in tho circuit court of St. Louis, as king that a receiver be appointed for the Associa tion, "on the ground that the Board of Managers oi inai institnnon nave rommitteu nanus anil conspired to appropriate to their nse for individ ual benefit, the profits-aiid assets of the Associa tion." Mr. Boogher, we learn, haa lieen a Ions time connected with the Association, and is well posted in all iu workings and management. We wonld therefore caution our friends to "look be fore they leap." Hail) Call. Dkmocbtic Fl-XEHAL. The citizens of 'ew York are respcctfully'lnyited to attend the POLITICAL rUXF.tlAL of Wm. M, Tweed, on Wednesday, the 7th of Xo vember, at the Connty ronrt honse. The exer cises will be conducted by Archbishop O'Connor, with seventy able assistants. The services will commence by singing that grand old hymn of Dr. Watts, " Believing we rejoice to see the cnrse re- movril. ". At too conclusion of singing the hymn, an eloonent discourse will lie nronouncal by Key. Edward Pfrrpont, from that most' appropriate text, "Lord, by this time hestinkctb." This con gregation are invited to attend. The Milwaukee Sentinel administers a parting kick to a eonple of gentlemen wlm figured in the late canvass in Wisconsin, after this style: "The two Chicago lawyers, Doolittlr and Bragg, who came lip to Wisconsin to 'have a little fnn with tho boys,' have got aliout all they bargained for, and ran return to Illinois to pursue their reg ular pettifogging, rerhaps in two years from this time, when they are wnm ont with profess ional duties ami need a little recreation, and no Wisconsin Democrat want to lie beaten, they may again lie complimented with a place on the State ticket. Aa the whole thing will be done by brag next time, we suggest that Brags; lead the ticket." Tire Scerecder Party-. The Democratic mr. ty is casting about desperately for a policy. The "new drinrtnre." the "passive proposition. " the -'railroad lease" ideas are all being agitated and disenssrd. Onr suggestion to them is to take np the famous "surrender" platform, which was so popmar witn uemocraey in IBM. Aa a "surren der" party the modern Democratic organization has been a decided success. It haa successively abandoned iUown traditions and those of the country, the national Bag, the national honor, re pudiated the national credit, and parted even with honesty ami self-respect. Xow let it surren der its existence and name. PiiladeipUa Pro. It is the opinion of some pork packers that there will be ten per rent, more hogs this year than last; others insist that though the bog crop will show a large increase in Indiana and throughout the Northwest, there will 13 a decrease in Kentucky.- There is an immense corn crop, and which can be made more profitable to a farmer by being pnt into pork than by being sent to market in any other way. This, it is cUinjedVwill cause the farmers of Indiana to fattrn every hog they ran Owners Unknown W K CUT Co W C City Co KS WakrBeld J II Ctt J Crali J II Utt C ScralTiird Lorlanl A. Parks n 1-artriilce J II Utt Unknown WC City Co Unknown same aamo aamo some same WHITE CLOUD. Lot mock aame same name aamo same 3 19 9 678910 91 7 11 4 IS 19- 19 81 4 ' 4 1 10 8 1 38 113 13 to 90 45(781 an an 7 1 3 10 an 1U11 an sll all all (loU (Iota Sluts Owners FMKaull Unknown 1) W Flinn Unknown DVTFlin same Unknown IOWA FOIST. Lot 111313 7 11 to 14 14 34 10 t 193 13 16 31 38 44 44 44 48 46 47 41 51 31 11 64 70 71 74 89 97 lrt 193 907 958 983 984 987 989 989 989 307 989 177 978 991 308 980 959 lUuek ( f 10 II 13 14 18 90 93 94 Owner Unknown Owners Unknown JBsakta Henrr UeCreary Adam Lewis J P Johnson JCHiields Unknown Owners Woollay. JBEuec Unknown Henry Ballrr Unknown Mary Wilson Owners L Smith Unknown J A Wood Unknown K SOsris G Backer Unknown TP Smith Unknown Owners Unknown asasa WmPopresEat David rank ST0CT8 ADDITION. Lot Sock lull 3 Tax 449 416 157 839 190 398 998 331 3588 4319 33 14 46 136 383 394 156 54 39 98 each 98 each 98 each 8 09 418 418 36 331 339 981 591 79 each 381 381 389 390 3(7 908 958 Tax 1147 134 9 41 each 199 1331 3859 110 47 each 83 47 Tax 63 each aamo same same same aame aame aamo aame same same aame sslue same WEST WATIIKXA. Lot Mork 1 to6 1 lto6 9 lto6 3 lto6 4 1 U6 6 1334 9 ltoC 10 7 to 19 10 toll II ltoll t 3 to 10 15 1 to 6 SI 133 93 4 93 5 93 6 93 I to 6 91 SMALLWOOD'S ADDITIOX. Owners Lot Block John T Brady 7 to 19 ( BELLEMO.NT. Lot Ownera Unknown aame Original Proprietors Breerro Town Company Reserve ( 1314 IUork 130 131 Owners Unknown HIUHLAXD. Lot 7 I 1 11314 ' 4 shares via li TBOY. -Lot parts . - 10 4 8 10 EAST TBOY Lot eptl9 78 tw 34 lusa . T 3( I 1314 II to 96 Block 1 I 41 19 IU in Tax 167 (4 31 413 13 49 13 II 10 00 331 305 same aame DOXIPHAX. IX 6T 43 1113 1 rant fw11 rf canal all At...- ...tlirinfirsUaUl the flttm. whom the sad news of young Anderson's death ber driven' to the slanchtrr pens. The same is waa.rammntitiMttMf I l.ir.i v . n" was communicated. Ownera XrsMatneny John Wetter G V Henderson PDmmmond DrW U Hodman J D Price Hichl Greene MrsirUHsnaoa JosMeCmas 3ewtoa White MoaesIIodnan AbnXrCram John Walsh DOXirHAX EXTEX8I0X. Lot is 93 1516 afl part of part of 1113 -9 7UM 13456 11 34 Hock Tax 9 3181 3 1111 3 1171 13 -318 96 431 96 34(8 - ISoek Tax 3 178 3 3 each 5 3 14 each 8 13 178 each 33 199 each M 3 34 116 each 35 3 85 each 36 199 each 50 18 corn Hock Tax Beach 96 3198 1083 61 39 IOX. Back Tax 7 irss 1833 1 It OS 13 1139 6 93(1 07 483 8 9471 316 949 47 43 910 . S5M 97 (38 n ur ELWOOD. Lot 13913 938 II 19 4 90 8 99 1345789 10 111913 14 169199 93 3195 96 9798 94 .16 17 135(910 13141990 31 33 34 15 19 31 9191 1819 93 13 34 90 313 19 1 33561311 . 15 17 19 91 93 II 8 18 8 90 1718 . 4 1617 10 4(999194 5611 U 13 161718 36 II 13 1516 XI 99 93 31 345 SI3J394 31 17 90 3 17 3(789101113 1314 1718394 19 9 Mil 13 "" 90 33 94 19347 8910 II 13 18 9193 1 17 9394 19193 34 56 IS 93 34 . 1934 34 13 II 31X9 3 41316 34 7815 5( 137(11 17 19 SI S3 94 1S3S4 3436 SI 33 19 94 111 93 SI 1716 19 9 56 13 II 1718 934 34 HI 78 7 7111 13 t 13149199 193(910 13 14 11 90 i flS 34 r 7, 1111781 10 91 99 JS4 SI mi if- I t 191 , SM II BWk 30 35 37 40 49 43 44 50 59 50 50 50 51 59 53 53 54 54 54 51 71 73 73 75 76 77 79 81 89 89 84 84 84 84 83 86 88 91 91 r 93 95 95 M 97 98 98 99 99 101 103 103 101 105 -105 106 107 101 109 109 110 HI 111 114 113 115 115 117 117 117 118 11 190 JM lit 194 194 .' 136 197 198 191 19 130 131 136 137 114 145 115 146 146 148 in ia ta 15 151 159 153 151 let 163 167 167 M7 168 168 1(8 17 17 17 17 17 17 178 178 17. 189 189 186 It Tax 131 each 9 96 each Tax 6145 937 7 51 95 98 Tax 61 each 61 each 1 Jtieach 1 18 each 50 each 11 f I 104 each 159 each 47 each I 04 each 104 each 101 each 95 04 159 104 104 I 01 each Tax ISeach Tax 36 36 each 404 937 Tax 74 each 71 each 71 each 30 74 74 74 45 each 45 each 45 each 45 each 45 each 199 5 138 138 each each 30 74 45 71 71 each 74 each 74 71 74 74 each 30 59 71 each 74 each 74 74 7 74 74 each 74 each 74 30 each 78 78 each 51 sack Stench 51 each 30 each 51 each 30 each 74 each 71 59 74 74 78 74 each 43 each 71 each 74 each 59 each 30 45 each 30 each 30 each 30 each 59 30 59 each 74 each 74 each 74 each 74 each 74 each 30 each 74 each 74 each 74 each 74 each 74 each 30 each 74 each 74 each 7 J each 30 each 74 each 74 3 each 74 each 30 each 74 Owners tot Blnrk Tax " some I tn 8 1H7 ?! aamo .11 to 14 ls7 74 each aame 16 17 - 1"7 74 each aame . 30U34 IiT 38eaei same 1 U 8 188 7t each aame 1113 188 74 each asms ' 11 15 17 19 41 18H 71 each ' aamo tig. ;t jaame A vi, 5 3191' 74 rsame A 4J, . 6 131 W $r,vi, avaasamnswaaan - IF.VLEKMO. -. Owners lot- Back Tax Unknown. . 4- 61 87 aanes .' (1 36 same J 10' 61 X ansa . V . U 61 4 58 -same Its 69 SSncb ssn It 61 as aamo 13 64 61 aame 19U93 68 87 each same S5U97 68 87rach aame 7U19 70 81 each aamo 13UI6 70 81 each aame 3 73 si aame 4 7 GO aame 3 79 54 aame 6 79 1993 same . 9 10 79 81 each aamo 10 86 87 aamo U 86 13 45 same H N 87 anno in tC 75 .aa,, .. . . . -.- jjj M 353 cm: CO. ADDITIOX. Owner Lot Back Tax Amnio LtnnJa (Iota 1CS 13 83 SPJCCIAI. XOTICES. Be CaMcal by What TM Km. There ia an old proverb which saja, "Experlenc Is the ifrst enlde." To this ratde tho sick- aad ailing naturally tarn, when casting shoot for the means of relief. They In qnire what a medicine haa done, for others, before they adopt it thrmsrlTea. Of all tho remedies and prevtntirrs In n-, llmtrttrr's Stomach Bitters merU the test most trinmpL antly, and hence Its immense popularity and vast sales. The snaVrrr from Indigestion Is snre to and soma one among bis friends who has been enrol of that aOment by the famons vrrrtablr stomachic. The victim of fever and agne, livrr complaint, constipation, nerrona prostration, or general de. hUity, has only U mske inquiry in tho neichborrood where he reaidea. In order to diseorer what thla standard reatora tire haa '.-Certed In cases similsr U hta own. In the pub lished testimony to ita merita he will find a volume of proofs of IU sanitary properties, which It ia Impossible for his com. ma amse to resist. He tries It, and the effect It produces on his system adds snotber to the host of witnesses in Its favor. Thus, Ita rrpuUtlon, fistnded on facta, not asarr. tions, eontinnsUy grows and apresda. CharUUna and im postors, some of them mere local tricksters, snd others who Uke a somewhat wider range, attempt tn thrust Into the hands and down the throaU of uivnilda, their bap-haxard eonrnrtlous, aa euhstitatre for the tonic which for so many yrara haa been a medicinal aUple thronehont tho United SUtca, Spanish America. Canada, aad theTWeat Indies, but only snereed U a very limited extent. In this reasonine age. the people, baring ascertained what Is really deserving of tbrir confidence; decline -running after arrange gods. CETTHG .TflJkRBIKB. Ekmtsfoh Yotxo Mxx, on great SOCIAL FVILSand ABUSES, whlrh interfere with MARRIAGE-wIth sure means of relief fur tho Erring and Unfortunate, deseasrd and deWlitatrd. Sent free, in sealed rnrelopea. Addn-s noWAKI) ASSOCIATION. o. 9. S. inth 8L, Philadrl phia. Pa. - meliZl.t I. One Hundred Thousand Bnielfef Corn, DELIVERED at the Elevator, for which tho highest market price will bo paid. We hava amngrmrnta, when the Elevator Is rnnnlns. to nnload wagona by a belt. amlssTrtbettuMandUbsrtSTaliorsUiagtlieeornont. The new Shelter we hare pnt in operation. wUl shell two hnn drrd and fifty bushels per boor: therefiwo, wo can nnload and shell one hundred wa-ou looda per day. The hishrt market price paid for all other kinds of G rain. KOTSS MOOKE. White CI.MHLXor. 30. 187L Final Settlement. THE rrrdinira and others Interested in tho Estate of Thomas Derail, deceased, will take notice, that, at tho term of the ProhatH Court of Doniphan Countr, Ksnnas. to he held on the flrt Monday In Jannarv. 1879. tho undersign ed will make a final settlement of sskf Estate. THOMAS lL 1IOOUK, Administrator. XovemWr 30. Irtl-tt. Pr'a fee, 43. raatestleaakly the feral oawtalaral work of the kiml 1st the Worls-." Harper' Magazine. A'ohVrs s tse Prem. There are few Intelligent American families In whlrh IlAM-mt s Mauazdi K would nt be an appreciated and high ly welcome guest. 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