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B f BE WEEKLY JOURNAL w. m. jonmom m. d. sampson, - kditobs. Salina, Kansas: THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1872. KGAXIZ1TMS6F THE IEGISLATEKE. The Legislature of the State of Kau nas was organized at Topeka last Tues day, lu the House Hon. S. A. Cobb, of Wyandotte, was unanimously elected Sneaker, and A. U. Banks. Clerk. Mr. Cobb is one of the most talented and promising young men in the State, and a large legislative experience fits him in an eminent degree to handle the gavel. It is strange, however, that so much of the so-callod "purifying" clement should have finally united in elevating a man who, one year ago, was proscribed for daring to bo a friend of Sidney Clarke. How things have changed! Air. Banks was elected Clerk without opposition, as every one anticipated. AX OFFICE THAI SUOl'tB BE CHEATED. While we aro opposed to the creation of unnecessary office?, or the manufactur ing 01 oflicial positions for the benefit of this or that friend, and arc opposed to the nepotism that is exhibited among th-je high in the land in this day and generation who nave oflici.il patronage at their disposal, we are in favor of the creation of one oflioe, which we consider to be of more vital importance to the in terefcts'of this State, and especially to this section of the State, than any olliie that rau now bo made, viz; a Comuiis idoner of Immigration. The person who fills tit;.- p sition should not be chosen on uuuunt of his being a favorite with the :tppointini! power, nor on account of d::?:iugu:slicd political services in the State, unless he has eminent fitness for the position by reason of his experience and acquaint ance with the subject ol immigration. Our idea is that an agent of 'this kind should be appointed, with headquarters Ht the port of New York, who is perfect ly acquainted with the resources of and advantages of settling in our State ; who is an active, first-class business man, per- lectly acquainted with the routine of Castle Garden, having learned of the " ways that arc dark and tricks that are vain "in thatnoiy, bustling plate either by an extended life in that locality, or by extended observation there. An ex tended acquintuncc in the city of Xew Xew York would add to his qualifica tions. Now, that Kansas may have her share, of the immigration that is daily landing on the Atlantic coast, would it not be wo mr our legislature to appropriate 10,000 or 815,000 for the purpose indi cated, when, thereby, thousands of seek ers for homes are directed, hitherward ? A much better speculation, in our opin ion, than many-of the wild expenditures that aro proposed for this winter's consideration. CAW CM. JAMM IMK, JB. -Col. James Fisk, Jr., one of New York's most prominent men and million aires, died at 11 o'clock, last Sunday morning, 7tb inst., from a wound re ceived from a pistol shot by Edward Stokes at the Grand Continental Hotel. The news of Fisk's death spread rapid ly through the city, and everywhere A BAXCEEMK FBMWU. It is suggested, to accommodate the in vention of a type-setting machine, that in printed matter the words be ended or divided just t here a letter happens to fill aline; as, for instance, a word is as apt to be ty-pe, or s-o, as, properly, without a division. As i not known by the pco- nlo at laree the words arc separated by i type called spates. These type are short- produced a profound sensation and rc er than the letters, and so leave a blank gret. In the afternoon the public were between the word-). Many efforts have j admitted to view Fisk's remains, and the been made and much" time and money 'crowd that poured in was immense. The spent to construct a machine that will J aspersions that hii enemies had heaped put the type together and lessen the price upon his noble qualities and head were of type-setting, but so far none has been at once forgotten. At 1 o'clock Monday invented that will meet all the require- morning, the funeral took pi ice, and he ments'and at the same time expedite the was hurried at JJattleboro, Vermont, work. It seems that the trouble is with j The Ninth Regiment escorted the re the time employed in spacing out the mains to the New Haven depot, at two lines. The lines must of the same length, o'clock on Monday morning. Over fifty and to remedy a deficiency in length thousand person viewed the body before thicker spaces are used between the its removal from the city, words in some lines than i.. others. It The physicians in attendance at the is reputed that at least one make of ma chine will put the type together much more quickly than can be done by hand, but that time is lost rather than gained in spacing out the lines, which has to bo done by hand in the use of the ma chine. It took us decidedly by surprise to see that the Lawrem e Journal, which paper we recollect to have urged it, should countenance anv t examination state that the brain of Fisk weighed fifty-eight ounces. The cause of his death originated out of an unsatisfactory settlement of the Mansfield suit. Col. Fisk was a man of humble ori gin, and his education was very limited. His life was commenced as a peddlar. He was a man bi azen, fraudulent and unscrupulous. In his younger daj-s he i?r of the soi t. Mr. became connected with mercantile house Thacher, the editor, is a ripe scholarandhn Boston, where he showed such a dis- s;:dian idea would serin to bo foreign position at robbery that ln partner gave to his teachings, and should be to one him a good sum of money to leave him, who has had the experience in literary and from there he went to New York, labors that he has hud. But it is assnr- where he has resided since that time, i lg that no oilier paper i- found to ccIiot In connection with his most intimate -uch a thought. It would be bad indeed j friend, Jay Gould, he has been conimit were thissuggcstion go into vogue. The ting great frauds in the management ol English language is too full of irregu-j the Erie road. Frcm that time he pur larities now, ami all r.-forms should je to -ned a course of rascal it v in the face "f cull out these irregularities, instead of in !t!:e world, appropriating the property creasing them, it would be a desirable of others and defying their right to it. thing to increase the power of type com position, but to accomplish it by muti- lT tin .Mguagc bv crr-j- Thk Oldest Pbess in Kansas. The Cotcley County (Winfield) Censor lately made the statement that it had the oldest press in Kansas (then in disuse) in its of fice. We notice the White Cloud Chief and one or two other papers arc inclined to dispute the point, thinking they each own the oldest press. The assertions of the latter papers prove that there are BOino old presses in Kansas for the age of Kansas, but wo are convinced that the Censor is correct in its claim. That particular pi-ess has a somewhat varied history. If we recollect aright its story, told to us, it was brought to Kansas about forty years ago and was ucsd by "Toy" Jones, a Baptist missionary, in the publication of religious tracts, &c, at tho Indian agency near wheic Ottawa now stands. S. S. i'roulv used it in the publication of the Freeman's Champion, at Prairie City, Douglas county, in 1S57. In 185S he removed it toBurlington, Coffey county, where ho established the Neosho Valley Register, employing it on tho paper till 18C3, when he went into me army, n was continued on tuc lieg ixterlii .Burlington, and afterwards at Hampden, just across tho Neosho liver frWBvBurlington, by a Mr. Olney until tnenose of the rebellion. After the ces sation of " dread war's alarms," Prouty returned to Burlington and with new ma terial started tho Patriot. By some means tho old offieo reverted to Proutv, and in 18C6 ho sold it fothc Ar Era of fice at Lecompton. In its peregrina tions it was finally, two or three years ago, brought up at Winfield and used in the publication of the Censor. The press is only largo enough for a six-column paper and on the recent enlargement jof the Censor was necessarily laid .aside. It is on old style pre but we .hare for gotten whose make it is. We will war rant it is serviceable for many years to come. Prouty can tell us farther of it. Why not make it the subject, of an article forthc Kansas Magazine? It is appro priate. Wc say, let's liavo it. There is, perhaps, no man who knows so much about the press as Prouty. Dispatches, of the 9th, from New Or Icans state' that all militia organizations have been ordered out the city, that the United States troops liave.bcen reinforc ed by a detachment from Baton Rouge, that tBe.troopvof.4Jfn. Emory will only be nsed to prejpfftrJer and that Gen. TnKstrMyfift4Kecf"out the armory the LonisiipJMrV0 f tne State militia, and ordered ..the command to proceed to the State floase to co-operate with the police. 2 - - luting or injur nious division ol words it .something that should not for a moment be accepted. In every-day life one meets with those who lay great claims to refinement and education who are guilty of numerous mispronunciations, and passing to the ignorant class the dialect, in many local ities, has simply become horrible. These defects are confined more generally to districts, and often are attributable to a provincialism, but their existence proves that there is danger in experimentiii" with the language. There aro compara tively few who may be baid to be edu cated. The majority cen of those who leave college life with graduating honors have obtained only a superficial knowl edge and it is by after-study and after experience that any may be said to bo educated. Foreigners coming to this country find the English language se verely hard to loam, on account of its irregular formation. It has not those smooth, easy idioms and forms of the French, Latin and other languages. The English language is a formation from' other languages and was thrown to gether in a somewhat incongruous man-1 nor. Linguists have succeeded in mak ng it very regular and there arc proba bilities that in time it will assume a vcrv eomcly shape. In having one form of division of words, of orthography, Ac., and making them the rule, the language 11133- be made as beautiful as it is power ful, but to permit such innovations to be brought into it as the one here proposed is to recommend a serious injury. Bet-1 ter it were that no progress should be made in printing than that it should be at the expense of the language. No Credit. With tho advent of tho new year, our business men generally adopted the "No Credit" system, and they were wise. It may be inconven ient to many who might pessibly pay ac cording to promise, bnt the business men will be largely the gainers in the end. That there is necessity for credit to pur chasers is a mistake, and a credit sys tem carried on to any extent is injuri ous to not only tc the vendor, but to the vendee, and the country at large. It teaches the eopb a loose style of doing business which is detrimental (o all in terests. People io- not know whatthcy can do until theyexcrt themselves. A man who says, " ton owe me, I want my money," is sure, pretty generally, to get his pay, but he who is timid, or lacks nerve to demand what is rightful ly his own, to use an expression more forcible than elegmt, is apt to " come out the little end t the horn." There is no cause lor anf- general practice of the credit system. If men are made to realize that they mnst do so and so, they will shape nutters to suit the circumstances. Drugs, JHttotrims, &c. GrO TO PROBERT'S DRUG STORE FOR Pure Drugs, Medicines PAINTS AND OILS, Dye Ms, Trusses and Bandages iHisrrllan's HUbcrttsements. LIVERY, SALE and I atttta a&bfrtisrmmts. A. G. Proprietor. STOVES! STOVES! TWWARE! TINWARE 1 Specialities of Trade. The following changes iu the regula tions governing tie redemption of de faced and niutilatclcurency of the Uni ted States, went irto effect on the 1st of January: ' After that date jlefaced and mutilated United States notes and fractional cur rency, instead of bfing redeemed as here tofore by the Treisurer of the United States, subject to a discount for mutila tion, will be redeemable at their full val ue in new notes, or currencv, bv the Treasurer, and .he several assistant' Treasurers, and tesignatcd depositories! of the United Stites, and all national bank depositories; and will be received ' at their full faced value by all ollieers of j the Treasury Depirtmeut, in payment of ' rcurency due to tie United States; Pro vided, that tlireelifths of the original 1 prqportior. of sudi notes arc presented j in one piece. Fngments less than five-' eighths will be m'cemable by the Treas- urcr of the UnitedStates. It more than I one-half, or Io-.- thin live-eighths pre- scnted, half the fuc value will be paid. X Less than half a lute will bo redeemed! onlv on atlidavit that the missing por-' VARNISH, WINDOW GLASS. Glass Ware, COAL OIL LAMPS, SALINA, KANSAS. The trmierirocd InTitet.hU friend and the public in general to call mm aee nun ai nis aiaoic. iocc the wt fc or Santa Fe armor, near Probnt'a dnif fton-, rumiin thrm The Best Turft-Outs IN TIIK CITY. Horses Boarded by the Day or Month, j ASD 1X5CKFP Good Care and Careful Grooming. xxrr.rsiox. ixlj.kd MMnar K-iOlAXT. xu.v. iKAOtie. SKJtATOM. tBARTxm eur. JCBILKK, xkw ruAimiB. ifsiDM rmcd. AAASM, MAGIC COOK, All tac dlaVtat T.rLtlr. .f , ,ltn COOK STOVES arr rrpnaiated la U bei Lk tv acd kU olaw that aokwtr a4 b W auaafadat e aB lata ! Tin, Sheetlron and Copper Ware and trraa c..Htl aapply oa kaa4 fcr tat at Wolesale or Retail. Wr paj ctUI atmilloa trail kino f JOB WORK, mnA tlal nr !! fLoSavatmiaw IH.M1M2 .! h -. Stviij?ei'w PurntahMl ConTaTanrra (? Fart f the CoualrT. with Otollglric 3rlircr. A. G. Couse. David Dudley Field, one of the finest atlorneys'of that city, he has employed for years, helping him iu his scheming and rascality. In fact, his life has been such ::s to merit the contempt of all of the civilized world. He was a licctious, vulgar and cowardly man, his ambition jtion has been totaiy destroyed being nothing more than to have the run of a house of ill-fame, parade the .streets with disreputable women and have the control and run of jramblins hells. The world has profited by the death of this man, a cormptor of pub lic morals. TOILET ARTICLES. PERFUMERIES, A.NCY GOODS. 1 i I DES1KK TO STATK FOP. INFORMA TION OF ALL COXCIIRN KI) THAT I HAVE IN STORE, AND FOR SALE, .100 SACKS FALL AVHKAT FLO UK, ;-00 SPRING " " 100 ' CORN MF.AL, 2,000 MJSHKLS CORN. 1,000 " UATS. )00 isakii-:i. ::oo ' ryk. ::oo " POTATO KS. 1 '.-, .llJ- I I'LL M C0VN.KTE AT0KTM..Tr riiiiuiiiM llndor tlic iux rules, anv iiei-snn. rn J Ol U T firm, bank, corporation or public olhccr j -fcl"u-JV'u "" muwiuu iu.,wt will be permitted ,'o forward 35 and tip-l want in tractionalpiirrency, j) and uj- ward in legal tcud,r notes, for ledemp- , T,.T1,T , ,TTV TT1T t. n-n-nrtn tion, to theT.eas.rer, by express, attl.e.PTJRE WINES AND LIQUORS, GARDEN AND JrlELD SEEDS, expense of the Department, under the Government contract witsi the Adam Ntt I aUajt o aaW. !' ." m m.. p mvvmtmj ia flajtTtCa. liaaaacc f ibt aaaw. RADCLIFF BROS., nsALTA riATMxrt, taltoa, Kimm, HAMLIN &W00LLEY, Wholesale and Retail DKAI.KR.S IN" DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, It001, SHOES, HATS, Clt, -A.M- . express company. Heretofore nothing Ics- than S.")0 was entitled to transpor-' tation at the Government expense. A I circular embodying tliese changes is now preparing at the Treasurer's office. The oflieers of the Tivasurv are determined to remove all raise for comil:iint con cerning the condition of the United States currency, and to that end have concluded to extend to all the most lib eral facilities for its redemption. It is expected at the Department that the new rules will result in a speedy and marked improvement of condition of the cur rency, At Fort Wayne, Ind., on the 8th, a fire destroyed two brick blocks. Loss, 8140,000: insurance, 118,000. And at Titusvillc, Pa., a tire iu the center of the j city, on the same day, destroyed S100,-j 000 worth of property; insurance 850,-' 000. " 1 v.r.EAVrri ir.i-Mi ami r.f.Lm:. NEWS ITEMS. Alexis and suite arc in Washington On the 9th instant the Legislature of New Jersey convened. The seat of Senator Clayton, of Ar kansas, in the U. S. Senate, is being con tested upon the grounds of his official character iu that State. General Ilalleck, on Tuesday last, died at his residence in Louisville, Kentucky, from congestion of the brain, caused bv discase ot the liver. Four millions of the new U. S. loan I has been introduced at London at 87 1-2. The loan was nearly all taken before the opening of the books. Ex-Controllor Connolly has left 2scv York, and his friends refuse to natuo the place of his concealment, but say that he will return in a few hours, if wanted. The coal miners of Wilkesbarro and Sugar North, Pennsylvania, are on a strike. Trouble is appehended, as the president declares that he will hire not unionists. A Spanish fleet is now cruising in the Chinese waters for the suppression of ..:, At i.. , . iuuiv.-a. .nan v iiiii.s were iicsiovcci. re- Every question has its facetious side'1'!'"' alul " were thrown in- I and Jake Stotler, not to be outdone bv ' lu c"ma" icl ":uc s Pa,acc- other pipers of the State, presents his f Representative Lowe, on the 8th, in- nt tauow oiatikiD.utaihei;.wtca.h priw 11 '" iii-t 1 Krin. mlr we flo this bu,inrt rclnlrrl r. Com;anl candidate for Governor, in the hist iium-' troifiiccU into the Houso a bill to pro- Pf" "'' bcr of his Kmporia Sacs, in the follo.- Vltlc t0" ""C sale of certain Indian lands SherifFs Sale. lllg "take Oil. As he savs. speaking '" ivaiisas, .USO lor llic relief Of tcttfcrsl rur-nanttothrmramartof an ontrrof (air, IimimI candidly, we are arc inclined to think , on tnc Osage lands in Kansas. with him, that " no man has been men- Another span of the Leavenworth tioncd wno would maice a uettcr or more bridge has been completed popular governor than t.uthrie. 'trot spans remain to be finished, and it is the Jjt,",t,,f.k A M-of "aU'1"' tho candidate along: ; inlction of the com nan v to bavn in!n. t ¬uri. navy. t.!rco, V 1.., 1...M...I I... tl. -..., ..!....- I . . 1 box "I ml rover lulacnn. yiwu. .......... ..,vl .-.t.Lo-. crossing bv the first of March. or eighty papers in this .State, we this week" nominate our candidate for Gov-! If opportunity offers, it is reported cmor in the person of Hon. John Guth-i that Senator Pomerov and Matt H. Car rie, of Topeka, and formerly, for omc,1,enlcri omoso .,' ..;,.;, .e.:MMi,. Druggists' Sundries NOTIONS. .folaii Sl.errin, Patent and Family Medicines, ETC., ETC., a.TO. ! Grocer and Provision Dealer, iGKOCERIES! PROVISIONS! Xos. 98 and HI) Santa Fe A ic, S:ilin:i? Iv:iiiw:irs. ri.. ;iii. i;i. i:siah3aslied isi 1S.1. STATIONERY : A COMPLEX K STOCK OF Oldest Business House iu Salioa Iihl4r .V I);ivis, wnoLrsLr amki:tii. nrti.rns is imdiih' i rAOniT-nL. ii CITY LOTS Legalcap, Foolscap, 'Harness, Saddhjs, Collars, &cJ Sold on Monthly Payments. Apply to jrjtr. berk, Land Agont, Salina, Kansas. Barnes Sc 13io-vii, LIQUOR STORE, XO. 70 SANTA FK AVENUE, Salina, Kansas. ootor the Thinl JuiIifU! putrid court, f r th county ,f Saline. Srslr nf KansL. lit mr il.rrctwl an J ilellT- erwl, I will m-II, tr th- kipht-j-I nml ht-t bi'Mrr, r.ir cash in ha.Tl, at Xn. S "auta Fr arrnnr. In tli liwn of Salina. r-aline county. Only two On Monday, January 22d, A. D. 1872, rn roiiowinj proi Letter and Xote 1'ajter. ENVELOPES, INKS, PENS,! Office Fmnitme9 Ace. Al-o Bridles, Whips, &c. ! .Santa Fi: Arvir, SALINA. KANSAS. MEAT MARKET. x . SANTA FEAVEKUE I j SALINA, KANSAS. JEWELRY EMPORIUM. C'Iiiih. O. Fleck, A PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AXt JEWELER, oa w. 11 j Tin- NmiM out IN meat tuaikt nr .1 UI c-intiDii? the XjjIii- t 3IOJ-JilOAA c irnin(.-fr" Salina, Kanais. Ki-rx lnj mi ImmI a rl.aMiftrd ' of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 2 box of bneht narr UAcco. 4 boxes of crown jewel toliieco, 1 box of excelsior tobaccu. V,W) eigm. In a Word, at X'JIJJ OLD STAXIK NO. 102 SANTA FF. AVKNUK, i Uh-rhr will t I1 ttmr Lrrtt ttlr-t .f wm il.o 1 i- i.i, i I in ui lint. l!r tij-by fall fJraUnraiHl rt atfrntin l lb" Ijuftmntlj un hMiit. , want tt ht" rutomfr U im-nl a liberal lMrr t 1U mtil of rnuDiLai d jjiluu oiunii Uf.fAIUlltti ,I..UhiMiHi N.I. J.B-rlr inwl'luunlr AUrT ukUimtr)rwwlrjm01mt , A lrr tvrk of Sil ver-Fla(d .Ware II alaWa )! ill mtmt 3IitMieul Intst CHARLES GOETHALS, c-.u,inx .,r- VIOI.INS, ntn triCTrita ot 113 ctitra mal 0 uauera of Jcrraffe. laree, 11 Xi poaniu, C3 pir" ftaRianl uniVia? t-ibscco 1S iwnnd.. ! Iti. t .s,i . t liur, 1 sack of hettnuti Mponnli. 1 J boxes of TtrfrfnetT Kikin? tobcco li Kmivl., , to paper 0f prraent tt-e "motlng tobacco, larjr. '! CA rwtera prefect u$ moktnfc tobacco, rmill W ponmu. Sh1 property to ba wiH a tLe property of II Jacob 'rwlncb, alia II. J. KichanK at the anit of George iianiey, piainun ; will be Found every Articiein gbot Guns, Rifles and Revolvers me urug Line- rnnrj n faiHunf nl Iinitiit I, J. n - htocic'man, ami will tr.iit thcTarniors. JIc ! '" th. Senatc- Hn"7 a Senator of the occupied tho roposwiliie position of a- dominant party favors the proposed re sistant marshal at our late State fair, and form. an no d.a i 11a & I iu all . . ... . I 3 llUllLJiatil t mi-tUl 4 C'I1 ii2 IFrilil- i .1 Q.l . -t f- . .. H'MniJ.J'i"'"" mental. He invited ns to a cai in the . "'" ol" """"" ulwn OI lne 'n.r nana raisn oar oacuary..,. music: htntiil, where there wore lot ofEric roa,i passed lvsolutions of regret' Srtriir of saiipe foamy. Knaa,. good-looking women. AVe can not for- up011 ino assabsination of Jim Fisk, Jr., . get John fortius. Wc do not know how 'and voted to accompany the funeral . , Sheriff's bate. lio j.niU mi tlio 'IVvmr-ittl.i iviin. Ho . .... . . Purraant to the tommra! of an order or a!e lmrd lie stant.s on tin. lc-.is catthi lsatie. lie procession to-thc bnrial grounds in Ver- of the uutriet court of ,-me roonty. uteor IS a practlcr-ll railroad iitllhlcr and Will . Kaca, to me tirrcsel aa.1 Cliteml, I will proceed ...:i ii :i i :... ... ir : muni BUIt lilt; I.llllW.1'4 llltll l.iS. Utl. i CJ popular in Po?ey comity, Indiana, aifd Or ALL KIXb. BcrAin.xo or all Ki.tus or Macitixter. r-- Ul atteatlaa flvea la aieTrins 3hCjaolaJLz.o. NO. o nTArrxr';r..nviSA.KAXUU. WUITARS, xvHicnoxxs. AVCOUhktQSS. Tlv hm Itabu rtlay alwaya aj laiol. Professional Prescriptions COAL! COAL! coal ! COAL! PREPARED AT ALL HOURS. H. W. PLAYF0RD OX IIA.VI) Fraak WLSC0NSIIAIDMI0HIGA5 to ell to the histmt an.1 lt WAIer Tir rh at the door ' of the mnrt tiotue or the coantr f aline. tnXe of Dispatches from St. Louis state that Kaiuaj.ineetownorsnaa.Muij-aa.iau:,iia WIU. KEEI' COXSTAXTI.Y THE in the Solomon vallev. Since the trairic, tl.o .vn.. ,,.n., v;i-t..- ...! tt;. ",?n.d"yh?.8hdr ' "P,'.'?' dcatli ot senator Lane we do not know that Indiana ha had anv notice in this State, and wo think it tune justice was done. JIo t-ncnt three vears in our Leg islature. John ha the merit of not be ing the least among the large number of newspaper nominees. Seriously, no man has been mentioned who would make a better or more popular Governor, lfave you got any good " fine cut," John 1 Ice Cold Soda Water Jt:sT quality of coaj PINE LUMBER. at S o'cIocV. I". SI. nfcIiUr. the follow in ,!eCTiu- ted State troops have both been used &?Zg'tSi2i$.&g' to serve the political purposes of certain . glffJf gJSTJ tiV?SE5i U.S. office holders against the Exccu- of.,fiV.',S!!5tLvW x ...i.:.. J "" Kcati, shenX. , I Win funS-b 1 br the tin or eariuai. tU(r thaa ' ran be ircha.r,l rl bet la .JU LU.kaa,l 49, 51 AXD 53 IASZA RATHIX VtM, DUMN6 THE SUMMER WEATHER ,,.,,, .,r: i irv CUMAW CAS tive authority of Louisiana. Edwanl Stokes, the assassin of Jim Sheriff's knle. Our article of week before last pro posing the formation of a western dis trict tn the event of Kansas hiring enti tled to three lteprcsentatives by the Con- grcsional apportionment, is receiving the commendation of the press of West ern Kansas., With prompt, thorough and harmonious action by tho 'western members of the legislature, success may crown the move. The Postoffice Department has decid ed to receive mutilated arrrnty for postage stamps. Visl Jr ivna Mi-rcvct.w! .. 1. rA.!.i- Thirnat tn the Mmnttnl of aa order of aal iaeail it.. . m ii .num.; oct of the iMrtrtct Conrt f salioecooatT. and Kaleof and placed in the Toombs. When ask- Kana. to me directed aa 1 dtlttennl, I win ell Or , , , cahinhaad, at the door coart hooae la al eooary of Cl it he had anv feaM as tO the result Of1 saline, and Mid atate of KuM, t the titft. and ., . . , , ," . , . ,. , . . best blAler, oa the trial, he took his wallet from his, Honda, tti Btti ate of February. W72. . XHEASUltEirs A'OTJCE. TauraxK' Otrsir. Kuavovrtf C . K., ) . FROM TUFTS AECTIC FOUXTAIX, suuT.T.tic?a7ZZ!lr'i;li' joiix ja, . MtM, aa . r. again elected to the United States Sen ate from Ohio. The vote stood, in the Senate': Geo. W. Morgan 18, John Sher man 17, Robert C. Schcnck 1 ; in the Honse: Sherman 57, Morgan 40, Jacob D. Cox 1. It was a strict party rote is both branches of the Legislatsre a Re publican in each voting one for Schcnck and one for Cox. witseaamyl -- J. W. Erwau, Sheriff. rablic bockcU hereby fitea Ifcatoa ceafesa rhe Ua of Jalr. Jt. D. Uat.kOcat E3anrorth Otr. la lUow, I Vu taaal Warraat aaaaher SSJK. torN acres of land, met T MS, aaaxd e T "V?! MS. to W1HbO., !. J-ae S,.JIaeaH.aBj IUnwai MiMtaa, Black Hawk War. IWa la( Mtay tfte sahbeaat I vtfayfir (a aw UaBaaiaaaaar mt rMMoaafcrm icaaaaaSdlaat feaad wansajt. AlAWXTG.TiMaX.OnrT. rwtrir. m. OrvrrIJtt.t.-l. pocket, and said that no jury would,-VSVSSSSt . WinQOW GlaSS I .Bahd-ataUa .Blffwa Hoary alwaya he aaa T hajhafaTaM. aacraaUryof . 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