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siMy Oaaphto Ratabliabe. Sept. 1877 I BttMr Katabllaacal Jau"lS7. f Cooaolldated 18B7. KINSLEY, -EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19; 1890. tOL H Ntf, 47; i i 7 BUSINESS CARDS . C. BINGHAM Notary Public, Kinsley, Kansas. ..ettoa Ttnaa. Land, lnauranee Art. At IMuliloUiul oontwi Penatoo aitUr.i. aad .payment of Un lor non-reaidcnta, aad " hemaatead, .c-einpil.m and timber ultureentrl. ui final proof.. Uffl oa Sin a (treat aoll door to Alamo ttnua. p A. P2"Al;soNr . mm and Sargcon, KINSLEY, : : KANSAS. Offlee two door, eaat of Meren rjr buUdla W U. FttENUll, ATTOr.UEY AT-LAW VninraeUcvhtaUthaeoaTTaln Edward, and adjoinln ooiratte. AUo do I.and. Pen aloa and Collection buiinoM. uffloe orer Ta turn Co drat tore. Kanoas ii. noun, AtVy at Law, KINSLEY. KANSAS yjj a ssoa. Second Hand c.tcrs. A II klnda of aecnnd hand wida liouirlit r aula. Sewlnjr machine, tepulrtu. UOSHER & MC-EER, PHYSICIANS feSURnONS ( in itcid & Mother' ace over Kinatay alxohan-w M.SEACAT, - PHYSIJIAIT SURGE 0 IT, KINSLEY, KANSAS. Onirc on door eaat ol Pimt nfflca. Baddcnra cm Ruat Klyat tttrrrt. JJEN EDICT IIOL'Sn. N.rth of I rclfht Dep. it, Mrs. L. J. UENEDICT, Prcprletrcss, X)D ACCWHODATIOM, ONE DOLLAU PEll DAY. c. U.yKILLISdTON, FashionaUe Merchant Tailoring. - PBICES L(W. SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED. KtNSLKT, KANSAS. Don yoo mm THAT GEO. RUMMELL Mannfartura and a tela Saddtaa. Bridle. II altera. lliMcr hip. and all klnda of KirtiMa t nrlcea rnn ran't rral.t. fall at 4 rat ilMr wt of Fr National Uank and glv. alia a trial onlor. ROBERT JOHNSON North Side of Uallroad Track. KINSLEY. KANSAS. Caaataraa4 Ttad.-M.rka obtainaa. and aD rt tmt fc.il. m oaaaactod aw ataa.a.T. Pcca. v. Orncc t Omairi W.e. TitOrpcl mt wa eaa unai. paiaat u Ma. Uma khaa loo. nainla fram Waahlagtoa. aaad noa4. aawlni r oOl, tth dcxHp Mom. W. advtaa, if aatmiabl. or aot. RM at caarfa, Qmt ax m an. tia aataat la aatuwd. - A rmM.tT, "How la Obtala Pitanw," wila aaai of tnul tfou la yew Btaia, oouatr, or c.A.criowco. eav PaTCjrr Om.c. WaaHiaaroa. D. c. ZiPriXCOTTS MAGAZINE, wik it t 4 nmj tMalUni ttnttwUs, u a Utrry im iottf. A? ail a tkkt It frimt m anV n&vcl im aaca aaatWr. - AW a ikrt mnvlrtu, tut a long ttorytwck ai ymm mrt mt4 a ft im fWa trm mnd fay frvm tmt aV&ir to m dtilar md a half for. AW ly thai, kmt mitm mtk uumttr ywm gH mm aaaaWwaw tftktr mtrUutiu. wkitk iwi ytm gm4 mugmmina kttUti Uu mmvl. Tkt rimgimg Umt wkmk aatwJws strmck aa lkCatnmf if fpmla fmmr, aacw rmmmdtd tkrtmgkam tkt mmtir Itmd, mmd tm-tUf Ltffim fit Mtgmmimm Mtntds tm lm fnmt ram ff aMaaty fmUitatitmt, mmd U tk mi triJefy-rmd-maJ tmlktd-affmitiemtim f itt kimd im tkt awra. Ft fmkf 4nrifhn tmmiart. mddrtu jLrrxco rrs ua gazxs. ekumjtifkim I3 00 ftr fmur. m$ tts. simglt mmmter. Tk pmUiikmr mflkit fafmr mill nam nr tmtttriftitm. 103 4 Vt Vt. Mimti 5f MS CITY. AJ aa U I arara' 4J ymtrm la (.Atma. wi outst ta izz, ttz tctcEST utrna. Altert4 hr um Ptat la t ro- 2 I kivnlc. Norvouaand i-M -la." Hmlnal Wnkm i.iA f.ooa.UlrvnanUMmrllfi.aaot.r-rrv alud. Vrluar i.J la hu-'i aa rauuia or an ... ta ttfar fraMT fvnsHdofl. (Iiarf . low. TIioummOi o( ra-rfJ. Kprrlrnc tniuunanl. All atrtt rrumm ar. auaraj.l. lo b furv and rlficmcliMa. Imimc la ar arti-iir a.rotnird WlMtfalwr), aiid arv furalaitod rlr lor im. No roof.la. l draa Fiona lo'ka.o mctffl.li rnwr.tHHMti blil. f.'o afmrT or Injurious maiiaoa ttrd. No dratloa rrnm bomncam. )tlla at adiataiM-. trrolcd bjr ftrilor.oa oa rrraa. m&ci aoot wywi.r. frao from ru. or bcMkaa. r-iato rour rmar and aond fur kmn c-oa--illatiau fro. aad ooiiaaouiuU. rff.oaollr or r.r IWfrr. a m omo Tirvntr r lUHMrunl arolnl la ulmtm Utr Or. la ouuntHL Kvrry ma!r. froia I v auoRia read ia ... THK 6RZAT TURKISH RrlCUMATIC CURE. A rr-ri vp rrnF ror it h kv- l l t i'.ara- l acawaKat v' i am t -o. .laorlff lor trcuiar. & ail. or aaarou tWOliNO CaSQM JOt W.9 at. Jlnmm CUaJMa. 23 2T. TiiTTJli cSs CO. -DEALERS IN- RDRE DROGS AND MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. PERFUMERy, TOILET & FANCY ARTICLES ETC Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. TVoi-tli llo or Otb a-tt-eet. ICtnilv. Knnana. FAiU The Undersigned has always been prepared to negotiate GOOD LOANS! Aad facilities rt'...i better than wt TWoting mv who!) atten - Uon to thehnsineiw, and Eastern i-onnectlou unexi.i-1'ed. enables me to furnish monev at short notice to borrowers in . IVRGE AND SMALL AMOUNTS. We do our own inspecting in Kdwnrtla and adjoining counties, and par the money when papers are JlletL Money constantly on hand and advanced for Final Proofs. L. W. IIIfiOINS, Office nrar Edwards County Banlc. Kinsley Kansas Single Strap Track HARNESS. Price. S.7. 8 ATE MOSEY BT BUTUfQ DIRECT. XV a caa tell yea Harness at from 86.00 up. .Road Carts from S0.5O up. ENO FOR CATALOOUC ACME UABTJPAOTTJSnra 00. INOIAKAPOU8, INO. Look out i For your own interests and buy your lum berof. S "FELLERS." For it is an undisputed fact that we have a very I?rge assortment and do not . ean . To be undersold by anybody Our facili ties for doing USINESS Are-such that no firm in the West can offer you better inducements than your humble servants, Edwards & erwin, wholesale arid Ietail dealers ih All kinds of hard and soft pine LUMBER, Sash. Doors, Blinds, Lath, Hair, Cement, Fence Posts AND COAL. Yard and office sonth of Railway, Corner 7th Street and Marsh Ave. KINSLCYa KANSAS. Efl GOME AMD SEE 11 S, mmtmJmV Tie Dli Rill Bricl BkS" L8AB TSTE The xitisley graphi - TERMS .1.30 prr year In advance . UWBca Xamb At., aoutb Bdarda Co. Bank. ( - Entered at the pot office at Kinsley as ecoad-claaa mail matter. KKKY B. OUIOOS. ru. W. CHCT1STOX. GBIOOS A CBZVZBXOir, . Kditora anal Prop. PKIDAY, SEPTEXBEa 1. UKltUCUAriC STATE TICKKr. For Govefnor, CIIAHLES KOBIXSON. For Lieutenant Governor, 1. A. BANTA. . For Treasurer, v THOMAS KIUBY. For Auditor, JOSEPH DILLON. F.r Supt. PuLlis Inst. M. II. WOOD. , Foi Chief Justice, M. B. NICHOLSON. For Attorney General, JOHN IVES. A Present To Oar SiAscribers! t.i t we aO'iounce 'i' 'iltt V.5 lulVf !'. ni l iv pit: n-ide rr.t i- j . 1 1 i w..'i m:.t Me ' a. il;.'. illu-.iHi te.l i',iriu maaziue. the Ameriuau Karuur. i.i;ilia':iL' I -il tnt V iv!i-, lli.tt tu 1. HU.I re-id by tieitilt J0,(V fiiraiuM by wai.iii lint irn-at pnliii-:ition will L-s ia.titK.1 lir!tt, FKEK. tothe illri;ii ot any of our ' suhstfr.lf- ra wh-i a ill in and p:i up ill! :im-r ou su'.jsi;.-ipt,l 'l one year i:i advance from date, and to any new subscriber who will pay one year in uUv.iu-? This is a grand op portunity to obtain a first-class farm journal free. The American Farmer isal ire l'S-p-i?; jo.iranl. of national circul.ition, which ranks am ma: the -'tiding agricultural papers. It tieats th: questions of economy in jipricul ture and the rghts ami priyilezes of that vt bilv of citizens American Fiiniit-rs whose iJd:stry i.sh; basis of all mat itriat .in J 'i I'ion.il prosperity. Its blithest purpose i- the elevation and enni)l!iri of Agriculture through the higher and broader education of mn and women enirjtjre.1 la its ptir- siiits. Tlie reriilar sulserlption pn.-e ol the Ai:i:ri.Mu Fanner I $iX) p"r year. IJ COS IS YOU NOTHING. From any one numler ideas can Im ol talned that will be worth thrl:e the Huliscnption prlwi to you or members of vour hnushi'l I, yet you get it Fit ee. Call and see sample opy. frOVKavoR RoBfKsoN the next Co vcnicr of Kansas. The Cowley county alliance will open their convention vhich takes pla"e Sat urday by holding a two days' barbecue. TnK American farmer is weai ir gone susnicr, whi!e the American manu facturers wear two, and sometimes a belly-band. TriE upper house of the Oklahoma legislat ure biassed a till Tuesday lo cating the! permanent rnpitol of the territory at Oklahoma. City. Pemockatic gains wherever elec tions have been held indicate that the final dissolution of the Republican part y is rapidly approaching. Let 'or cane. It wo'dd be a creat convenience for the Republican ringsters of this county if t hey could be saved from their friends. who try to smoth over the late "un pleasantness." The more they explain the lnuder the stench. Sr.XATOR Gibsow savs the sugar schedule of the new tariff bill will rob 1 lie sugar planters of Louisiana of more than a million dollnts a ver, which nill tm Into the pockets of the mem !ersf the suirar tnift. Tn.mt.M in,..ii,i...-.-.-. lrs of con'ra who w nVent from ! he5r iwats in the hone belong to the Repub'iftB sltle, nnr do the extraord inary efforta which are m-zkin? to se cure a party quorum anpear effectna'. The Democracv is making th campaifjn to hot for the memb'T of the nv j r ity and they dare n t leave their fall ing fences: TttE ollifiation in which the Rennb licans ar indulging over having re elected Spraker Reed from a district where there was no organized Demo ertitic opposition, one wonld srppose that they had elected a majority of the nest IIotie and secured a mortgage on the Presidena! chair f r four years from March 4. 1R93. Let them rem ember that '-b3 who laug! !:ist laugh best." . 'No. -no, no free trade" was the campaiirn son? of the Republicans in 1888, but in 1890 we have free trade talk on nil hands. 'Tree trade with Sot'th America." savs Mr. Blaine. -fs essent!I -to tl-.e preservation of the Republican jiarty;" "and with Mexico" pleads Mr.-Edmonds; while Mr. Sherm an, taking up Mr. Butterwcrth'a trump et, declares we must have "free trade with Canada or we die." Tho world do move. Courier Journal. TnK Topr-ka CUrpVnl ami minor org ans of tlie Kansas rli' ical ring are so seriously alarmed at the waning pros pects oT the Republican ticket in that state that thr abuse of the alliance and its; .candidates is begining to ex ceed the usual hounds of partisan vit uperation. Especially do the organs seem concerned for the "scalp of Attor ney General Kellogg, and their utter- my General Kellogg, and their utter-1 anees regarding hia otnvment Ives arJ a'readT tlnaed with adrnfasnnis of coin aTready tinged with admiaiKms of com .in defeat. Aansos Ctfj Times. , "If tbe conference committee to which the tariff bill has now gone al-' ! Intra (Vttr 1 remain Ih. .l-la, fQt tuJ nw bu, to f ato m.fectt 1 til. twnlr A V... Vyv.lr tl mill J i owing u me unna iui aemana on me, purtor tinporters for money, to get their imported goods out of the ' bond- ed ware houses before that dale, the responsibility will be with the Kepub- licitu party. They have been warned, ana troaoie endue me people or me country win Know wnere 10 piace tae blame for it. . "'" , I '"- j Tue Democratic SenaUirs like most meinbeni of the party believe in the nrhein! f rf.rJnnw.it. ur..i i elad to se it extended to. every coiin- liy which buts our products or sells us- ...-! ' . . mens, oui iuey wwi none or ine no, called reciprocity which is contained in th Aid rich amendment to the tariff H dui, wincn puts it in tne power oi . Ri President to close our port against friendly nations whenever .it may be bis pleasure so to do. and that makes it possible for combinations of un scrupulous speculators to manipulate our tariff f-r their own benefit at the expense of the consumers. One of the prime objects of the Far mers' Alliunce is to obtain for tbe lab oring people in general and the farm ing people in particular the most economic condition possible. Under the ureat issues of reform they are al most a unit. They are fast realizing that toaccjmpiisa wnat uiey aim to ; accomplish will require strict harmony ui acuuii aim iininn m sirniu'ui. i i-e inupiitoiM tariti laws must rolorm-. esl i-.nd siUci- coin given us ongival val:ie. lne gjur.tl arncu tural us- prest.i.m that exists has a cause and lu will riHi'iiro a rem-idy to bang a relief. To this mid, tlie f ir;iars :ir striving in organised Capacity and as citizens. If in llii 4 they coullii't with tlie party principle.! there can be no help for it. for tliev prop ise to c-nti.iu the con diet it matters not how long the end i oil. As a distinct party organization with its multitude of party machinery it will not do to battle. Its mission is higher and holier, but as represent ing a class oppressed it will strive to purify party politics and put an end lo party conllicts. Ex. The modern magazine may betalifn as embtidying the best literature oi the world, as the magazine editor pays the highest price to novelists, scientists, statesmen, soldiers, and even kings and princes, for tlie best they can furnuh in the literary line. The well-edited magazine becomes an educating influ ence in the family circle, wln&e import ance cannot be over-estimated. The children, as they grow up. are attracted Ly its illustration'), and so come in time to have a taste for leading. There is always something that is new, some thing that is strange, something that is iuteieaiing; and we consider that we are doing our readers a positive benefit if we are instrumental in placing such a publication within their reach. The special arrangement which we have made with the CosmoptiUan presents very unusual inducement. That magazine is already lecpgnized as one of the most interesting publications of todi.y. It is seeking subscribers every where and obtaining them. The pro prietors lielicve that the Cosmopolitan has only to be examined t.i sec ire a permanent subscriber. That is why we are enabled to m ike, if the oIIt is accepted before January next, such a very low rate, by which -our readers can obtain the C'ojniiopohtaii for little more than the cwt of this journal ah-u". Juit think of what the combination means! You obtain y.iur own lu.-tne journal at about the regular price, and have thrown in a magazine which gives you, in a year, 1,530 pages vt reading matter by the ablest writers of tlie world, including over 1,300 pages of illustrations that are unsurpassed in point of interest and execution. Will it not. pay you to sendasubsvripti.iuti. this oiSce for the Kiimlt-y GuAi'iitCaud tueCHopoiftantmmcdiat'y? Remem ber, only $2.76 for the two. TALKlKQ OT JSKBT S. M. Scott, 'f McPhers-n enmity, district lecturer of 'tlie aliiar.ee, the other day returi ed from a trip through the western part of the state with Jerry Simpson, the farmers' candidate fur congress, said to a newspaper re porter: "Jerry Simpu will bo elected by the biggest majority Uuit was ever rolled in tha Seventh congressional district. Why, I tell you, the people I i.viujr in mo i.uii-r iwn iis aave no the f.dlowing Simpson h u luroucuouL liii: coiiiury. iw iitnimrn are virtually a unit for him. last week he spoae at McCracken, in Rush county; and tho largest procession I ever witnessed in my life 1 saw that day. The procvs&ion was ten miies long and was made up of farmers from Rush and adjoining counties. And talk about enthusiasm, why it re minded me of the outbreak of the war, when people were worked up to that pitch of enthusiasm that nothing could turn them. - The farmers came into this meeting with fligs ujing, banners waving and bands playing. Ou the banners were such inscriptions Jerry Simpson, the people s choke," "Honest Jerry," '-Gives us a peasant, we want no prince in ours." and a bund el more such iufcrip- tlOi.1. - .simps:n spoke alm'st one hour. and had that great multitude waving hats and hurrahing all the time, and 1 want to tell you that every man, w uian and child went home fioui that grand meeting swearing to stand by Jerry Simpson. And it is the same way all over the district from the ex treme western end. "Ilallowell, the prince, will be sno---ed completely out of sight, and the money he received from the national Republican committee will do him bnt little good. . It is understood in. the western part vt this district that an effort will be m ule to rob in Republi can votes from the-neutral strip and No Man's Land, bnt the alliance men are watching lor this move aud rial bead it off iu a proper manner. La'fi wed Ea&trOpLic A Salt Achra? Toa-r. The fat'.KmIess void into which C r - iwihiw oi iuwj wuicnvir - P Taa-swA. projected by presid - ential p ilklon to aching how tog 1 BadiKZ'aiaiPfjwwa iiVxoMi' ALLIAKCK or KUWAUM. v ' -. " """ Krul'aitMr IS. a.4 ta Uuajaljr TcXvt. D.Wi(i.t - i'M -- 1 uiwi. 5alIor PTOP convention 10 meet lu Kinsley on Sep- tember 18, 180, to nominate a countr ticket," the peoptq Wsembled at the court house at .10 o'clock and J. I. Bretsford, president of the Sunflower alliance, was chosen temporary chair- man, is. si. "Stitpleton secretary and J. J. luein asisUnt - secreUry. On motion the various report era, wer ret quested to take seats, in the cjniven- Von- ..The cdeattI of ileletes rrom lVe V .ou' ''a,unf w' rw-eived and the secretaries Instruct Q ; make their report of the -delegafes. 1118 cnairman appointed the following .committees: ; . . - PJtHMAKEJiT oboanizatiov. T, , Toreo, A. N. Piei ce, P. Ii. Book- f erA- J. ltapp and John Mott. 1 . OBDEU OF BCBINESS. Floyd WeHmaft, D. M. Morse. 8. An drew 3, J. V. Donne!, D. A. Lester. OS CREDENTIALS, r J. B. Manning, J. W. Mathews, S. T. Cross, Ii. Jonustoii, J. H. Weese. ON RKaOLUTION8. II. G. Young, D. L. Heath. Ira Tarn, A. M. Somewait, Frank Wellman. A recess was then taken till two I o'clock p. m. Promptly on time the convention was again called to order. The com mit teo on permanent organization re- coineuded J. K. Miller as permanent chairman. Ira Tain secreUry and J. J. iv!io:i stssitaiit MMTeUtry, and was suost initiated by vote. Ccmmitlt-e n credentials made their re:ort and a motion was made mid carried that tlio reniicctiva cliairmen be allowed to Ull up their delegation. Conimiitea on pro- ceeUui'u reported ami substantiated. 1 he committee on resolutions present ed the fallowing resolutions which were heartily concurred in and adopt by the convention: The horny handed, double-jointed yeomanry of Edwards county, Kansas, in delegate convention assembled, be lieving that the doctrine of sett'-govera-ment is absolutely and eternally right. and further believing and knowing tnat the fmidamiital principles ot nelf-governinent embodied in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States have been for the past twenty-five years sub verted and manipulated iu the interests of a favored class whose principles are founded on the selfishness of mxu's nature; principles, the influence of which, if not arrested in their head long cource, will eventually land us in tho graveyard of republics, hereby de clare to the world. I hat we demand at the hands of Con gress and SUte Legislatures the repeal of all vicious laws that have prostrated tho business interests of the country. and frivor a return of the policies of IV usliiugton and Lincoln, with due consideration for the changes which 1 1 mo and practical exiieriment may suggest as beuincial to the people us a whole, and to the perfection of a gov ernment "Of the people, by the jieople and for the people." We nre fully aroused to a realiza tion of the fact that the Hues of poli tical economy blazed out and followed by the Republican and Democratic parties are in the niniu delusive, that they are blocked by frightful finan cial disaster, business stagnation. poverty and crime and end in fright ful inalestroin, the roarings ol which are w, truing us that beneath its surg ing waters are the wre-kn of republics brought about by tho same execrable policies which have domiuated the public concerns of this country since the war of the relellion, and which policies it is the desire and malicious ntentiou r-f said old parties to rci - petrate till the complete destruction .f the greatest of republics shall be an accomplished fact and the sunshine i f liberty be forever obscured. Oar dC'-Iaration of principles herald ed to the world over 10O years hro de clared that the maxim; '-That all men re. created equal" is a self-evident tiuth. "We have gradually receeded from that position until the polices of modern administrations instruct us that for one class of humanity to shack le auothei and exact tribute is a priv ilege of nelf government tnat is to be favored and promoted as a divine right. We declare that doctrijie ot iv xioos and repulsive to all logical reasoners. Kksolve!: That vrc. the People partr r,r Edwurila county, adept ho piriform of t!i Industrial ( nion t t. IxMiif., I)o?:nfr (lih. ISSiJ, leo tbe .rate pint fnrin of tho Pennlue' party as adopted ut Tonka, Autfuat. liib, 18'JO. fUciOT.VED: Tbut e xnlern John J. In. ral!! u iiKWrtl!?- fit to r.'preiix.iit ih. peofe of Kanwsiu the rnited states St-imtc, aud an m nic:iivn ycnii cltMTtn in tan Senate ha. tv..r ch.tmplotmt tbe cauaa of and demand of the beopla. ..iMp im4 .nu loiallv lar.ioraHl tbe na-hta HKHii.ro; i.ihi kv tn-ttn:jr raaona tax n minHiion or a. a. Mmpwni, ice people. enHMatefi.r iiiTe4 troiu tbe Srventh dis trict. - . RKSOI.VKD: Tht we dmnanit of tha fsemrk tnm lerivkiture that they paw a .trfnrent arary law. nununa; it a lorreiture or princi pal and inter -at. hivI a mileineanor for tajt inir more thaa tbe lawful rtte. BwoLnD; That In a. much aa nur repie atntiulve in Wnrreaa bars faiUid to Dntict our iPteresU, wedeinand new uieu Vt protect itisoirKn; Tbut e C. 8. Senate be olecf- " .,,-. "lie .I IWiifP.. r. Kwdi.icd; Tbat the apuwlr control tA the- exiri-Hirn ami executive acntrtmctit or our aivernmenl. both nation l and atate by tbe in-iuatniu 1-1-1.4 uniiln tbu.r .trenath at thr- nalti.t bo la an laip ativo neneMity an t to seeuru thi much ncoled ruoult we mo varuetly Inil'e al! the rotera of Clward county to o-ora with na in briplnft- to hm; the demand herein aet forth. '(miiritk)ii were then in order and the liSfce of co-int v -attornev was tlie fo- r 1 1... : ur ti iioinin-.it od on tho first ballot?; receivin: the entire vote of the convention, 75. County sufM-rintendent came next and on the tiit ball-d C- C. Crma:k re ceived 4i. and Mrs Rostick 27; cec ,.nd bit Hot. C-.rmiek 75. For orobate pudge; first ballot,' J. R Turner 41, P.. j. u:am-nari 54; second nauot. turner 16, Blanchard 69. For clerk of cnrt, first baljpt, J. M. Cramtdet 25. 4. J. Klein 13, Al J.' Bapp 35. 8'. C Jessie 1 ; second ballot!, Cramblet 19, Rapp M. For representative!, first1 ballot, II. E. Donavan (3, E. M. Staple ton. A B, J. W. Young 5; second ballot, Ponoran Stnnleton 19. This conTpretinsr the work7 c4 the rbnveniihn'ai'adjoiintmeut was' then made? OuKcusiomers all speaa highly l ; rfke of St. l'atrick's P.lls. They are ; :. . the best.-BEaaT iwV arml. S. - .ViHk. - Forsalfe-bj U. F. Tatnhl & ict" . ri irrM. IC. H.CCTS. . "t Mr. John Cox suffered j .84 loss last week. His barn was set . on fire by child an, burning it aijd . contents, including one male, several head of hoes and a tu-t of harness. Mrs. C.C. Griffin, ot,.Ul3c. ,BH- nois, recently of this county writes: "I am disgusted with Illinois; tali; about Kansas dirt, it is nothing comi pared to Illinola. Don't leave sunny j Kansas. Mr. Gosliu is still low; his recovery is doubtful. . '., Fred Hildenbrand and family, of Pond, Illinois, are here visiting Mrs. B. F. Pierce. and other relatives, lie thinks of locating. - -Sowing wheat is the order . of the tjayj There wjl be a larjjer acrege sown than ever befurf. , , Mt.' King- is threshing ' this vicinity. Wheat is averaging between la and 20 bushels pec aersv Tlity fartoera are - well satisfied with tlie alliance ticket and inos of tnem tbink success is sure. I am informed that Edgar Craft has concluded to follow .the example of Pierce, Smith and Myersv Please send me a piece of cake and oblige. KOKTII rtROWN BRtErs. ' tBvCTPST.l Heed the "Gypsy" warning! Both the cane mills liave all the work they can do. Ira Pierce has moved from the Griffin farm to his now home near Lewis. Fr;uk Stnrdivant is hauling watermelons to the Lamed, Spearvillc and Jetmore markets. Miss Eva Forec, of Kinsley, will teach school iu the Trotter district this winter. Early rye is being destroyed by some Insect supposed to be the. fly. Somo fields will have to be seeded again. '-Kid" says he has been feeding on pin-cushions for the past .week ex pecting to ineei ute iai mail spoKen of in the Mircury, but he will now change his diet and pay no more heed to the Devil (primer's.) Toe Klein met wit h a very painful accident Tuesday while cutting corn. The horse became frightened and ran away throwing him off and catching one of his feet over the blade, cutting a deep gash just above the heel. We learn the coromisMoners will be petitioned to place a larger bounty on coyote scalps. This is a move in the right direction, lor in orth iirown they travel about in droves catching fowls in our very door-yards. IY lROBCLAD.1 Threshing is fashionable. The-eounty alliance chaplain. Rev. Al. drown, preached at Wild Cat school house last Sunday morning and evening I lielicve everybody feels toler ably well satisfied with the nominees, except a few politicians who were laboring under the delusion, or impres sion, that the country would go to ruin unless the were nominnteoY Sayl "Jake" what's the matter with Kreiieh.our next county attorney? Now I have no quarrel with Billy Deezlev. the g. o. p. aspirant for coun ty attorney, only this, its an olt year for the g. o. p. L uis Grissor has a new wind m!il; s ha Hank lay lor. County Superintendant of Public Instruction E. D. Taylor and T. B. Manning were down in Pratt county last week alter teaf hes. Ue P i.ling will leave soui for Ar kansas. Robert Paris and family, Sam Gibson and family aud Mort Eding- field and family have moved west to grow up with tbe country. The mort-g-gu companies now own their farm? .' The Lincoln peoples' ticket is as follows: Trustee, T. S. Poling; Jus tice of the Pe.i,re, L. B. Thomas and I no Turner: Clerk, Jas. Benuingfield; Treasurer, "Toni. Long; Constables, iVni. 15 vans anl Oap. llerkey. iow-Jri''d excursions to California were first established by ths Santa Fe Route. These excursions have been successfully run over this line for years, but have been managed by well known outMdw excursion agencies. Since January, lS89.the Santa 1 e Com pany have 'x-en running special Cali fornia excursions parties, conducted by its own employes, engaged especially for this work. They will continue thi arrangement the excursions leav ing Kansas City every Friday evening. The ticket rates are the regular second class rates. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, with all the accessories, are furn isheif nt.the rat of $3.00 fJrf double1 tiertb. Kansas City to California points. These excursion are personally con ducted, and every comfort and conven ience of travel are guaranteed to metn Imts ot the.e parties. Those who con template a trip to il.e Pacific Coast, and wish to save expense, should in-f.-.rn. theuivlveK regarding these excur sion. Kr fol.ler containing full paitic .itars. dates. niU-n.'-t a'Vrj." Jk6. T. XltiiOtsoK. tif.fi. &. T A . A. T. S. F. H. Tojieka, Kansas. Oonaiia lieaarMlty. First Beggar "Why didn't yontek-' le that lady? Sh might have given i -'0,I som!t!'j" l-ecnd Beerar I let her go ecanss I understJind my business letT tl a-ij you d . I never aK a woman mr any thinji when f.:e is alone; but when two W'-men re 'ogf-ther yon can gei money from Iwth. because each one is -afraid titeofhtr will think her stingy -if, she refuses. Tliis profession has to. be studied like anf other if you exoect to make it a' success. I-onaoa i uiriiai. A PlaaolMa rplaaU... Wife This is a stupid blunder, the printer makes in the aecoant of our ailvcr weddin... . , "-.." nnsbautfjWrinfr is it. mv. dear? It reads here that we had spent to- eether twenfv-flve .years' of '.'marred" j j happljiess. Just'-nd of 'marned" ,.hap-j gttIt,j,i error? j Tlie'rinlv wir I rah explain jt is." by ; i '" w:.v ! J taking it fr granted thjt the pnater , who t It up lis a married' man bm - Kjwsr-sr Xr.c. T. tJ. Meating'-ili bi bout m Rar.lir afrnr-, ftoon of each wwk at iho rrWcn"-.f .Vra. SIV,.. r prriUM.ll Ht C .'iOClt. C ..Bible Readla. .rtualRM. Moetinif- Second TudHr..;;i'..; f-; Vitth Tu..tuT." . ...Mother' Meeting; ..ReaponalT Itverhne ..bilrrary . .Notice hie change of lay siid. place, of mseting All ere cordially invited to meet with us, . a" .Tlie Visiting delegates requested the. delegates of tbe Kinsley Union to ex press to our people their sincere thanks, for kindly greetings ., and cordial botf pitality dnriHK the cmvcirti;i.L . .. y Mrs. John EWillkt." Mbs. L. Babbkb." Mr. John Keown, the arortlly post master at kebwrr A,llegheuy county." Penn., eiiys: ChianlMTlains. CcngR -Remedy sells IwUer than any other I ho reason of this is because it can al-a ways, it aepenaea upou. ietanf pip ticubled with a severe cold give it a' triftt ni.H 'huv limt tl.nt Ih. flnr.' dose w: relieve, tliw luns iVd makey breathing easier, and that Its contiuu- -ed use will freae system of all syiu-.' toms of the cold. The lomptnesa and,'. certainity of this remedy in the relief and cure of colds, lias won for it insny sincere friends and made it verv poj ular. For sale by Ut F. T'ltuuY &T Co. OETT1NO atASKETS i'HAT PAT. From the Tribune we learn tl.aC. Chicago provision warehouses are groaning with 60,000.000. pcjiiiiifs f side meatjr which won lit speadiiy dia apear to make room ror the results of the winter's packing if the markets of Germany and France were open to us as they were up to nine years ago. - If Mr. Blaine's desire to get a bill which will open markets for a great many bushel, of f'h'eat and' biurets, cfl pork, why does he not propose rcci-, proeiry with France, and Germany (lis amendment to the Sen.-de bill ul lpws.tue president, io order reciprocity, to the Jimiied extent ff sii;ar and, hides, export pioiiiicis of countries which will buy very little of our pork' or any thine else. As the Tribune says, the . next rear of plenty, will pony upon us an as -" lanche of good things from the store-; house of nature for which we have.io outlet. The ecor.oniic ccnclu.ioii is- thai We mUst pfotftit-e If-M' er self more. .... Buugling intelleet like thatr of. Uncle Jerry Busk advise us to produce less. The farmer receives such advice doubtfully. How ch ii he afford to prt ilr.ee less Which st.ite shall begin. Ih iilloix.ua .if vnlimt-in stuirt mV Which f the farmers rhalt slop plow. flier and sowiiiK? Uncle Jerrv doea not yet- go far enough to recotanien.l' government agents to pick put" lYM. fanus that arc to bo idle. .. ,. Men of common sense advise us to sell more. Most of our manufactures' produce more than the home market' can CoiiKunoe. They must soon sell, more. This country is very rich in'reX" sourses and highly industrious. It.' produces enormously. With, markets' abroad it would beat the world, ..witlt out theni it must begin to decay riij production, for decay sets in very soon after1 industry ceases to be profitable The i nburw. t alternative is matbe-. matically sound. We,.miit produce' es or sell more. A." C. jtiriie'.' The firm of Edwards & Nodle is the. oldest established house iu the county. ai:d they know from experience the, wantsof the people. Tby aJways sen a represeiititive to the eastern markets to select their goods and get the best quality and the ail vantage of cash buy , era. Give them a call, inspect their lines, and get prices. Ertgii.-di Spavin Lintihent removes. hard. soft, or calloused lumps , ftruL all blemishes from horses. blofijU.spavlo, ciiris, uplmts. sweeney. ring-bone stifles sprains, all swollen throats.; coughs i. Save sail iv use or ou tartue. Warranted. .Sold byB. F.Ta tnm & Co. Druggists. Cyrus W. Field raises an - acre, o cultivated sunflowers on bis estate. Ardsley,' near Tarry townV on the Hud son, for chicken feed'. There may be persons in this com-' muuity who are at t'.roes troubled with. colic, or subject to attacks of bowel complaint. If so, they should try", Chanil eriainV tholic. . cholera and diairhoea remedy. It will afford al-' Linr immediate relief, and when re-' duced with water is jleas'nl ff takes ir taicen as soon me urst jnaic .ion . of the disease is felt t will ward (iff . :l . i tne aiiaca. aiany people use it in tots way. i.nd fino th it it never fails them, A 23 or 50 cant bottle m;ty be obtained' from B. F. Tatum jt Co. The mounted iiolicemen. of Ceiitral' Pairk.JTew York, have come out in' fheir new outfit of light riding breeches, ana top-loo is. ivn.rjuiu saaaies ana, Prussian artny bits fi-r the horses' bridles. . . mT - An exebanke refers to the rwoTV missioitists as cdrkscrew' liep'ublicans.' NoUMfnaibillty. "So'yoii'are" inarrled, Jack?' " am J i4a.'" . , .. "I litipe rbti ep'rfSiUeTed,' tlie matter, well;' JV.iaaijiia'uuitte'r aMuniifajfT the r'espoiiiibititley iiivblved Ul lua. riage." . ... , . . -"You re , . liave no resjionMbjlity at all i6w.-" My' wife's ' the bossT"- CoitfarJ' JIIVU, vir icj.u:u r ainiatai, wjini . SJ mrmttes b 37oo!rots'S'ilary. Lotlor:. .'x'iin never fall" Sold' .by' Vatutn &"Ci: - "The pofi t ical prolrilriit- nits ofan- sas have named their official organ tle, . ,bb"v because they will need' ''JtSi 1f; ;J 44 w.