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. w.MURDQCK, Edltorand Proprietor
VlrillTA, Kill DAY, JITI.Y 10, 18T2.
For liif l'ir,ulrnl:
Republican State Conventions.
A rtiililican atntc convention, to nominate
cmuli.lntcs for sovernir ami st.ite ollicers, ami a
tatr antral committee, will lie ln;M at lli- -i!
I Tc'M'La, on
TelaesJ7, 2JJ.-r i, 1872,
I lit Vllick, llOOIl.
A republican Mate coirtmlion, to nonilnatc
iceinl t or ci.njfrvr.-i uml re.-iiintiul electors,
will be hebl at the city ofI.awrenre, on
Wiltuliy, St-'.ixtcr ttl, 1112, .
at lio'chxk, noon. !
The republican tot. r of Kantu will, in .adi
n-i.nMitatheili-.trl. toft t...... .. -ii.,,,... ...
Aum-(t i-i, in Hiit-h inanii.ru-. iiuj be .n-rril).il
ly the .lisirici t-omiiiitt.-.-, ,i,ct twoKleSat.B
aL1t'o',.Ktn,,,,A,; "";;,",i"" !" 11"'-k!-
au.l iwo.li-lculesan.l to alleinatcs toiln-roii-
Ilj onl.rof tlie ri-iiililir:iii Mate ccntrjl com-
k. .uniuM , aiairm.il.
wcreiarj pro Itm.
"W1CHITA SAVINGS BANK.
The bank as above named was or
ganized for active work vesterdav af-
4...,.... mi ,
tcruoon. 1 lie following othcers were.
elected : A. II. Clark, of Leaveuwortl
president; Sol. II. Kohn, vice presi
dent ; A. A. Hyde, cashier. The bank
is now ready lor any legitimate busi
ness in their line.
COL. W. A. PHILLIPS.
Much anxiety is being expressed as
to the whereabouts of William A.
Phillips, an old and prominent Kansas
man, who left Washington City on the
'-tjl h of last mouth for his home at
Salina, in this state, jj,. ,.,s n ,ee
heard from since he left Washington.
"We know nothing of the circiiin-
stances, but are asmred bv the liaiiers ,
. . , , ' '
that they arc such as to create some '
alarm. Col. Phillips is a Very peculiar
limn, but a man who has always been
accounted pure, useful and possessing
The Cincinnati ConniicrciuK a lead
ing liberal paper, says this of the re
publican candidate for the vice presi
dency: "Henry Wilson is as honest a
11.111 lis n,-;s .1 I l.ll CH'I IT, llitl.l inn K-
ing fellow, full of good will to man
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and eiianty to alL I liough many years
in public life, lie is poor, barely man- '
aging to get along by adding to his sal
ary a few hundred dollars per annum '
for contributions to the press. There '
is no reason to doubt that he learned
his trade, that of a shoe-maker, thor
oughly. We would trust him to make
a good pair of boots now.'
JUDGE P. C. SCHUYLER.
As we go to press we learn through
private sources of the death of Judge
P. C. Schuyler, of Hurliiigame. Judge
Schuyler was an old honored citizen
of the state and territory, and the
founder of lltirlingame; was elected
secretary of state on the first free stale
ticket, since which time he has been
well and favorably known throughout
the state. Judge Schuyler was a man
of great natural dignity, and entertain
ed a Jiigh sense of honor, was looked
to by nearly all of his neighbors, and
his death, no doubt, cast a sad gloom
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over the citv of lStirlingame.
A JUDICIAL FARCE.
Another judicial farce has been en
acted in the courts of New York Citv.
Thejiirvnieiicuipaniieled to trvStokes
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itiii itm iafiii-ikt t it Jiim irifcL iinii
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uiareLMl. rhejuuo had nououbl ol
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his guilt, neither had the attorne s or
the the jury, the evidence was strong.
the fact was proved, in fact Stokes ac
knowedged the killing, but then the
world expected him to be cleared, so
the judge charged accordingly, and
seven of the jury said hang, but live
said nay. In such cases law becomes a
mockery and justice a sham. Away
with such damnable farces. Stokes
will be admitted to bail.
THE COUNTY CONVENTION.
Is it not time that the republican
central committee of Sedgwick county
was making its call, lly reference to
the state call it will be seen that little
time enough intervenes between this
and the last Thursday in August for
a general notification. AVe want evcrv
kklf lf 111 tint imlllll t l-4ktkijkk.k.i4 ltd 111
imi viiiVi iii ih. toiiin . i pii-i iiilii -
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ii.ililiti. iiiilil'olitlikli Lk tlioiilul tltitt irmiil I
J.UI1II- tisutuii iuii iu uitLiiu uiiii zi ri t :
mid true men may be sent to represent
us in the state conventions that meet
on the 4th of September. Of the names
ol the gentlemen composing the repub
lican central committee of Sedgwick
wc are not ath ised, otherwise we
would give them in this connection,
but we expect they are warm in the
1 lie voice ol boutliwe-tei-ii Kansas
should be heard in both conventions
prominciitlv that of Sedgwick countv.
AA'e see by the AVinlield Messenger
that a call has been issued to the bar of
the Thirteenth judicial district for a
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meeting ut At liilicld in which to rec-
otumcud to the people a candidate for
judge. This call is signed by .piile :,
respectable number of the lawyers of
Puller and Cowley counties. This ac
tion may Ik- well advised, but we siig- I
gest that there are other counties in
the Thirteenth district, among which
is Sedgwick, with a bar full thirty
strong, composed of men than whom
in legal lore and judicial acumen no
gi eater m be found in the district,
Pes'ules. we opine, that Sumner and
Sedgwick will demand a large per cent,
of the time of the judge during the
next term. AVe have not consulted
the bar of AVichita lor their judgment
touching this moteiueiit, but if that is
to be the programme let there be a
concert of action by the entire bar of
the district. j
As a ruh the lawyers of any given '
district are the best qualified to select
the one of their number possessing
thecharactcraiid acquirements for the
honorable station under consideration,
inid as a rule, too, the people are satis-
lied to abide their judgment in such
choosing, provided there be any de-
gree of unanimity; but when sectional
aniniosities and ambitions divide and
distract the bar the chances are that,
ii unworthy and inefficient judge will
! In connection with the above impor-
I taut position, as a candidate from the
.SoiltllWCSt, we notice tllllt SCVCml pa
pers of the Mate have in their list of
ctndidiitcs included tin; name of the
editor of the Wichita K.uii.i:. Al
though within tlic pa-t three months
we hate been conlidenliallv waned
through letters mid in private, intcr-
j view of the danger of Ihmiijt "struck
I iy lightning," of tin- possibility of so
great an "honor being thi'iM upon u,"
"location," "avaihibily," "past scrvi-
cc-.' and tlie "great Southwest'' be
ing detailed, wc -hould never liavc
men to a publif e.planatioii hud our
iiamc nut appeared in the new-papers
Xiiw, we will, however, -ay: We
are not a candidate for emigre now.
nor do we ever expect to be.
Of office-, legislative, clerical, and ex-
, - " " eiiougii. ri uic
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I':l"'1 ''glt years We have colli illliotl-ly
been tilling from two to four public
' atioiw. in which we tried to .lo our
'"ty. tlirongli which we have in a man-
Her sUecesfly waded, but after w hicli
Wc have no further de.-ire. Wi
i e came
to Wichita to lend what little ability
we might posses in biiildingupacity,
in helping to develop the fairest por
tion of our growing state, and to es-
lalllish kI1i1i i 1i vo lmtiMifil iii1 Kw.ol
- - -- -.. ,. ...w . ma nam
,M1,l(.ra3 in!Ilt in tilIle colmn:iII(, tll0
re-pert, confidence and willing support
of our people in whose hands the des
tiny of both this town and surround
ing county rests; not to run for office,
not to run politics and not to bolster
up the vaulting and unwarranted ain-
bit ion of sndi men, who, failing of a photographic representations of dilfer
livlihood in everything else, turn their 't types, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots
attention to the service of the "dear
Newspapers need no thanks, for if
they didn't print something nothing
would lie printed; but to our friends
in Shawnee, 0age, Colley and Lyon
l.lt!!l! l.s 1.11 ll-IVli fl --. 1-llllv lll-rroil
,1C. . . ,i ,- e tv ' .1 T
UR on to the seeking of tin olhce that is
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j u irv;.uiiu .nil ijiiiii; Mjui 111. Jliliu . Ul
npired to. we return most grateful
thanks. We should feel highly honor
ed alone in giving their names, had we
theauthority; yet of the honesty of
their motives the slightest doubt is
not entertained upon our part.
We recognize the importance of
having a congressman from the South
west, and fully appreciate the strengh
of the position of Wichita as regards
To that cud we stand ready
We have men in the counties
of Sedgwick, Sumner, 1'eno, Cowley
and Ilutler. who, although havingnev
er identified themselves in Kansas pol
itics, are nevertheless men of sterling
worth, of fine ability, of pure princi
ples, ami ni'-n who would honor Kan
sas in the halls of the national legisla
ture. The time may not have arrived
yet, but the time will come when the
republican parly of Kansas in conven
tion assembled will not only concede
what is asserted above but grant the
claims of Southwestern Kansas with
That is a part of what we know
about a congressman from the South-
west; but a little more in a general
A few weeks since we said we had
grown tired of workingand talking for
the upbuilding of a -et of recogui.ed
mutton-heads and blatherskites who to
I a great degree have heretofore control!-
...I tlio i-i.iviililw-iii li-ifti' if K-i.i.iu i
. . ', i. " i .",,,'. ' . ,,
ihrough downright impudence, m- Swiss 13,000.
triguing, and wire-pulling in coiiven-'
tions, and threatening or subsidising
I newstiaiiers. tbe.se charlatanic shvsters
have managed to control to a great ex-
tftitt tlm ilikiin ittmt tniif h.ft litiiir fliit
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tlttki hurn lnrittilik k.trkiili m 1 Iwi iwi.
Ill lllll , -HIU 1. -V-1 l"Vy !.--
trils -f hoiirst men, robbed our tato nf
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. r.i.i. f..iiii irii'imr Inn in Itn-n flu.
113 Kill Jilini .ivaaif. "v
stigma of "the rotten commonwealth.'
As this state of things can no longer
be endured it must be cured. The lib
eral party, so called, are taking rapid
advantage of all thee matters. They
propose to put upon their state ticket
this fall such inenasThadeiis II. AValk
er and C. K. Holiday, of Topeka, P. I!.
Plumb, of Emporia. Geo. A. Crawford,
of Ft. Scott, and Charle- Robin-on. of
In view of these facts, and siieh poss
ibilities, can republicans afford to be on
the fence, afford to allow our county
and stale conventions to be controlled
by the political dead beats w'ho are so
vehemently struggling for nomination
at the hands of the state conventions?
We call upon the republicans of the
southwestern counties to turn out to
. . . i
vour prnnarv meetings and conven
tions to the end that good men re
publicans of recogni.ed ability maybe
nominated, not only for congress, but
for governor and all the state ollices.
"A.. T. & S. F. It. P. This road is
Within forty miles ot liihehl, and it
wouiu ne 011 iiauirai ui Mimu-M- nun
goods could be shipped to this place
.... .,..., ,.!,. n ,-,,.,t , lea', eheaoer than
ii" has cost herctotore, when the rail-
road was seventy-live to eighty mile-
distant. We have been told bv some
of our business men here that it costs
les to get goods to Wintield bv way of
Independence, than it does to Wichita,
over the Atchison, Topeka it Santa Fe
J";"1' With the present iiianagenieiit
Independence is earning oil the lauraN
t H-it Wicliitaas a sliiiipiii"- point ought
to wear. It would be well tor the men
who have the interests of Wichita at
neai 1 10 11 IK 11110 uns iiiiiuui. aim
, . 1.1 .1 . ..-ii 1 v .
bring about a change that will he beu-
elicial to their welfare a-well as ours.''
We are happy to inform the Jca.-ch-
gcr and the people of Wintield that we
understand that satisfactory arrange-
incuts hate been made with the man-
ageinent of the road in (piestion where- '
by it will be to the interests of the
merchants of Wintield to -hip to and
from this point.
On Sunday last, as Mr. Waldron was
taking his wife and another lady boat-
riding, about eight miles north of In
dependence, he received three sinitil-
taueous hots from unknown partie-.
One took elfect in his wrist and one in
his leg. and the other in his abdomen.
On Monday he was reported dead. Mr.
Waldron was a contestant of Mr. A'ick-'
er, and one of the parties in the ditli-
eulty which resulted in the killing of
Mr. Kodkin and one other person, of
that vicinity. The contest was very ;
bitter, and this murder was no doubt
a part of the same drama. ,
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A REPUBLICAN CLUB j
will be organized at the Southwestern
laud oih'ce,in Wichita.to-morrow night. .
THE FIFTH PARALLEL.
Of our promised eastern Railroad
connection the Ft. Scott, Iliunboldt
& "Western railway the Jltiiuholdt
Tlie iij,'ht of way having been se
cured for a mile or two, the work of
grading on the above road we-t from
Humboldt was commenced last week.
This is being done in compliance with
the requirements of the (irccnwood
county vole, that the work -liall com
mence before .Inly 1st. II only now
depends on Woodson county whether
it shall he purlieu through witiiout in
t lay. The county bond-, are iiinloubt-
eilly defeated ; but if the other town
ships will follow in the lead of Center,
there will be but little delay in its ex
tension through Woodson county.
Parties are waiting witli the money
to invest in the contract. If thetown--hip-
through which it is propo-cd to
run the road will subscribe to the ex
tent of their abilitv, the road bed will
be ready this fall"; but if that is not
done we cannot say how soon it will
be extended beyond the we-tern line
of this county, nor what direction it
will go when it is extended.
NEW POSTAL REGULATION.
The postmaster general has sent the
following instructions under the new
postal law.-, in reply to a telegram from
the postmaster at New York :
Referring to our telegram of the
to... ;, i wOIIll s.,v that0 the follow
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ni .ii t inr i iiu;? u ui; inn i,i,u on inn u-
das printing matter: On all pam-
phlets, occasional publications, tran-
seient newspapers, magazines, hand
bills, posters, unsealed circulars, pro
pcctue-, book manuscripts, proof
sheets, corrected proofs, flexible pat
terns, sample cards, phonographic pa
per, letter envelopes and wrappers,
cards, plain and ornamental p.tpcr,
tnd senilis at one cent lor each two
ounces or fraction thereof on packages
to one address, to be prepaid by stamp.
On all books, other than tho-e printed
by order of congress, postage at two
cents for each two ounces or fraction
thereof, limited to four pounds in
weiirht. On samples of merchandise,
ores, metals and lnineralogical speci
mens two cents for each two ounces or
fraction thereof, limited to twelve
ounces in weight.
The K.wit.i:. of Wichita, a-serts that
no! more than 2,000 beeves have been
sold this s.-ason in Ellsworth. This is
rather a bold statement for a stranger
lo make of a town that is generallv
icknowlcd";cd to be the leading cat-
tie mart in Kansas. It is hard to con
ceive how that paper and that town
should be so terribly down on KIN
worth, if this is sucha miserably poor,
worthless, barren country. We prefer
to think that friend Murdoek has been
misinformed by some malcontent, of
the nature and character of this coun
try and the importance of the cattle
trade at Kllsworth. J'epurter.
That Avas some time since, but was
derived as published from two cattle
men. Notwithstanding Wichita lias
made three-fourths of the shipments
for the season. certain parties, wc know
not whom, through the Comnioinrcaltlt,
misrepresented our town to such an
extent that in self-defense w-e were
compelled to retort, but we did not in
tend to iul-rppveecnt.
The aggiegate popular vote for pres
ident in 1SGS was O.78M00. At the
picscnl lime the population of alien
nationalities, including the colored
voters is as follows: Colored. 803.000,
of whom .Vi.000 are in the northern,
and .r)C,000 in the border state-. The
Irish have .'iOii, 14(5, being stronger in
New York and PennsyhnnSa. The
Germans h-ive about S0,000 ; the Wel-h
71 OCin tlm s?r.niiliti!ivi!iiie SI !-1(i- tl-o
J. 15. Pod, the ma vor of ISaxtor
Springs, who killed Taylor, a U. S. mar
shal, has been admitted to bail by Judge
AVebb. This act of AVchb's is" doubt
ful tenor to -ay the least. It was a
clear case of cruel and unprovoked
murder, if the accounts are true, and
Webb ha disgraced the bench. The
price set by the judge on the poor fel
low's head that was killed was -;10.000,
that being the amount of bail requir
ed. ( orre-K)inleiii-e nf tlie K .I.E.
SEDGWICK COUNTY SCHOOLS.
Kditok L.Mii.i:: A few lines in re
lation to the condition of the -i-hools in
Sedgwick county may be of interest to
, our leaders. Although our county is
new and but little has been done com-
i pared with what yet remains to be
done, there isa'.ceady a lively interest
awakened in regard to schools ; and I
i will report from time to time through
your papcrthc progress of thedifierent
districts in the county.
distkict xo. 1.
i Tlii- district formerly comprised the
city of Wichita and a portion of the
adjoining country two miles wide and
four miles long. AVhcn Wichita be
came a city of the -econd class the di
I trict w:i- narrowed down, and it-pre
cut boundaries are co-exten-ive with
the city limits. The -chool house i
situated on J. 15. Mead's addition, is
eentrally located, and is a line two,
Bton. Lunding Mirinouuted bv a bcifrv
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The hou-e was built by the city,
which voted bonds to the amount of
lite thousand dollars for it- erection.
It contain three rooms two below
.md one above. Thc-e are high, well
liglltlti. :u,d. with the exception of the
e . , ' .,
npjier room, which is but temporarily
furnished, are provided with the best
f furnituie. and are comfortable and
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pleasant. 1 he teachers are provided
, , .,
with de-ks. chairs. lbles and daily
registers. Mr. II. G. Snot er has been
in charge of the -ehool during the pat
ear. and received seventy dollars per
month. He was asistcdbt Mr. AVet.
who received forty-five dollar- per
iimuth. and by Mi-s Emma Sharon.
The w hole number of scholars enroll-
ed i- one hundred and forty. These
are ditided into three grade-. The
teacher-are workers and looked well
to the interests of their pupil-, who ap-
pea red to be diligent and making good
advancement in their re-pective
branches of study.
Good order prevailed throughout all
the departments. The following text
books were used, imp we expect a
change for the better will be made and
some -erics of text books adopted bc-
fore the commencement of the fall
term: The American reader-. Martin-
dale's spellers. Hav'sarithmetic.Mitch-
ell's Geography," Harvey's grammar
and Goodrich's htstorw Although
much ha- been done to advance the ed-
ueational iutcrc-ts of our citv. tet we
must continue to work, for much re-
mains to he done. An addition should
be mne to the blackboards, a belt of
which phould encircle cadi room, the
grounds should hs iuelo-cd with
a substantial fence and ornamented
This and more wc soon expect lo
schools, business men and tax-
n r......i.i i... i.,.:
n;iii'i. ...i in nil ii 1111:11 iiii-si.iif-i.
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""- ' .-.o- ...- .v.,......
members of the respective schools
which they by their purses maintain,
WI G Littm:. Countv Sup't.
Three miles and four hundred feel of
track were laid on the Atchison, Tope
ka ii Santa Fe road la-t Saturday. This
beats anything in the previous hi-tory
of track-la ing in the west.
A careful canvass of Butler county,
has resulted in the discovery of two
Grcelev republicans. In Pottawato-
...ie countv not one has vet lifted up
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The republicans of Seneca are mak-
inr thing- livelv for Ch.ippanuackerv.
lIiejIi.ne.if,i.mtiltiliol almost 00
menibcrs; they have a tine glee club;
the;. areorgani.ingaXo. 1 hras band :
and" thev have sent for a cannon to wake
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lhe Iroy Cnrj has "ciphered up
thesituation in that latitude, and as
Doniphan countv can be depended up-
4- i nnn '. r r- i
on lor 1,000 majority lor Grant.
" . ; "". , " "'" live dollars, per mouth, have been in-1 .""":' " CB 7 i i i Vi ' u.K,mrSm
"""" '" uoucauoii "... wHMuiBiis , creased twentvper cent., totakeetivct 1 1 '. , V --".".' - '" s. i...-i wbuu wholmaciiixkry.
to their duty in the premises. Our from the 1th 'of June last. This i- tlTanTittlS iH-tn'iii a li II of'n K J ''"."V- --ls- s-ti. ora $inrrw.
schools .hould be more fre.iuenilv vi- w.im will be pa d at the September m V,-1 , ' .-,,-. , i V te "n a" in,N r. ntn" .un'1 nva,rw"r r-r flour
sinooi-.-noiiid in. mon iiLqucmi m5- i like ashington." A ho wouldn't. niKctt..nnM woolen miiLs ,.rimu.?h.m-e-,
Hed. Tareiits . should vi-it our-c hooN, ; "' ."i," 'u .... i -... l Vi " . i ...., c
' per-ou entitled lo it nnit -end their ' -ij t,- ii.-l ArfPTs
friends of education should visit our . ...i. -5. ... .-...- ;rt,...t. f.. i. ..,...,.;,. ..., An edltorand wife were walkiiiL'ont u r.n, , jiu n nis..
lhe colored men ot Lawrence held he be placed in charge of "Old Prolia
nt! enthusiastic Grant meeting Mon- bilities. of the weather bureau," for
dav niL'ht. Speeches were made bv ob-er vation n-d daih ie oit.
Itev. D. d. Lett, ilr. Walmsley and
Jeff. Davis, our Topt-ka tupiariiis.
Wandotte has had a fatal case of
sun troke in the piy-on of a colored
man by the name of Smith.
On Saturday evening la-t. as Mr.
Ilarnes. a bother-in-Iaw of Mr. Gate
wood was riding from this city to the
residence of the latter gentleman, he
met with a serious accident. He was
riding a blooded colt of Mr. Gatcwood's
and carrying in his amis a package of
nails, eoiiie putty and paint. He left
this place about noon, and about five
o'clock, some boys came in with the
news that he was lying at Puck creek,
badly hurt. Dr. Wi.lianis with assist
ance started immedirtely and found
him as the boj s had stated.
He received immediate attention,
and at first had only intervals of con
sciousness, but is improving and at
pre-ent is much better. He says that
he rode until he began to feel sick, so
much so that he had to get down, and
thinks as he was getting down the
horse kicked him. The -iippo-itioii i
that he had become very much effected
with the heat of the -un, and in at
tempting to dismount dropped the
nails, w'liieh -o startled the hor-e that
it kickcu or dragged nun. lie is at , , .,ii.l Ilickorv Creek. are making ar
present with his lannly at the house of rangenients to" l.iv out a new town
M. h. Hunt. His liijuries appear to be , ui..- tl... i....r-ti..n .'.rtli.!il.(.vf.,ti--!ii.is
in the head. L'ltnsc Co. Lcudrr.
A youth at AVabun-ce by the name
of Clarence Li vermore came near mak
ing our national anniversary the anni
versarv of his funeral, bv loading his
Itliof July pistol with a hall. The fol-
lowing is the JUporter's account of it
On the evening of the lib a large
crowd of boys gathered in the streets
to let off their unrcstvainable patriot
ism. Pistols and powder combined to
run up the excitement to a high pitch.
As is Usually the case with boys as
well as men, excitement makes them
careless, and carelessness is seldom un
attended with harmful consequences,
c;"clally in me nanmiiig cr pov. u.-r.
Clarence Livermore was loading a pi
tol in a hum, and loading it with a
ball which lio one should ever do on
an occasion of this kind, as blank cart- '"J1"'' " alcoiiotic drinks, ur. Alrulge.
ridges sere the purpo-e of making a ol -WthStallordshirc, one of the pot
report, and are not sodangcioiis. The X"'V m-peetois acting under the home
pistol was a breach-loader, and Used m,,' writes that there is a lamentable
bras cartridges. The cartridge being sitiinjint of i kne-s among the women
too tight, Clarence placed the muz.le ' the working cla- in the jiottcry
of the pistol against hi-hand and the
breech against a house and proceeded
in this ni.uiner to force the cartridge
to it- place. An explosion followed,
the ball pa -ing through the fle-h
part of his right hand, striking him a
little above the right groin, and pa-sing
through his body, lodged in the
miisclcof the hip. The wound is a se
vere one. but not fatal. Dr. Sturgi
was summoned, who cut out the ball,
and -aid that ninety-nine time- in a
hundred a shot of the -auie natuie
would speedily end in death. The di
rection of the ball wa down, striking
neither bone nor nrteri . and the wound
bled but very little. Clarence i- get
ting belter, and with proper attention
w ill -.ion be well again.
Proceedings of the Board of County
I.UMI (Lr.HK'sOullE, '
WldllTt, Kau-aa, Jul la, A 1) is.- $
Pre-cut -oI. II. Kohn. II. C. Pern
low and IJ. A. Neeley.
The boanl proceeded to eqtiali.e the
asesments, ore itpt ing the w hole fore
noon, subsequently adjourned until
1 o'clock p. m.
Hoard met pursuant to:idjouriimnut.
Several changes were made in the as
sessors returns and names of panics
were given to the count clerk for their
appearance belbie the board at their
The count clerk was instructed to
correspond with Mr. T. .1. I'ctcr in
refeience to lhe number of miles or
fractional pai ts traversing the counties
of I larvev and Sedgwick bv the rail
read, in order to obtain the accurate
estimate each Louutt is liable on the I
bonds i-suul. '
The meeting then adjourned until
Mondav. the JUth dav ot .lulw lSr'.
The Kansas Delegation.
AVe felicitate the people of ouradop
tcl state upon having :ii hist .ne. ee.lcil
in elcting :i member of conjru-s who
is looKcit upon I iy ins tciiotv memiicr
asan honest r pic-ntativc ol thehon-e-t
people, (of Kansas,) heretofore
ninth defamed, nii-repre-cnted anil
robbcil. We refer lo the lion. Dati.l
F. Low e, and w e do tt ith oii-ciou-
piide. lie is unco.iiiroin:siiigl lion
i -!. r.t in
?t I. light rt. ,ud conr-e,
and correct and maid .leportmei.t. he
ha- won the confidence and rc-pett of
all parties in congre-s. Abie, l.utlilul.
cter-watchful otcr the interc-t-of hi-
state, he ha secured the good opinion
ot all honest men. He is lhe peer of
any inemuer ot 1110 nou-c in an mai
constitutes a true rcpre?cntatite of
thejicople: and his election may bo
considered a the tirst fruits of the tir-t.
ell'ort.- at political purilicatioii in the
.1. Hawker state, llic ellort wa aoi
mane m vain, aim we uiiiik our jeiiou
.1. Hawker should take cotinure and
try again. Washington (D. 0.) Home-
steaa L tampion.
H wich ami Htvliat." of the "van-
dotte Gazette will probably be the'-uc-
cesHll cauuiuaie ior gotcruor.
Wouldn't it be well to ci!d Sol. Miller
to ihe I. S. senate instead of -iam.
Fomerot. ITndoubtedlv eh. Wilder
will be our ucst auditor, and we think
r1... .el.xr i- o i-ift. our. if tliP mntilt
ii -ate one if the people
n .i , '
pull together. If wc -e-
and federal officer-from
would onlt pul
if-i-T nor siaio nii.i i.ir-ii .iiiicirrs iruiu
among our oldest aud be-t journalists.
corruption and general inerficiency
.. ,... .
wotild seon cea-e to defile the oolitic-
of ICm-as. aVtiMiiier Co- tg Herold.
Notiso tc Pensioners.
Tci'kka. Kax., Jnlv 16. Ib72.
I!yr.:i act of congress, parsed at its
i last session, all invalid pensioners of
I ,. tirst, second and third grade special
ill. .1 I.I III IHC llllllllt1lll ITllnni. .... ...n..A
(iis.ii'iiiiii:?, nai mj; iiiiucn. or in cniv-
pension ceruiicate to tlie pension com
inissipiicr to be reconstructed or re-is-
sued in oiif'irmitv" to tlio npir Imu-
- "- - .... .......
Those who choose can. send tlieiii to me
to ,e forwarded and tiH-wi I not i1P
.ubjcct to any expense.' Tensions on
other rolls can be transferred to this
cy aplication to the iindersign-
ed free ot expense.
Other papers in the state will confer
afaver on pensioners by copying the t
abotc. PirAiti.is" II. Links. i
United States Pension Agent.
Mr. Sumner on the Fence.
St. Louis, July 10. The Democrat's
Washington special say-: Jo meet
the difficulties evnres-ed bt-Mr. Sum -
ner in thewayof hi-pronouncing him-
-elf for tJieeloy. namely, hi.-. distn t
'f ' J ;'I"(r,T1r "J.."1, t0JZ
treatment ol the negroes, a letter
sio-iicd 1 1- near a hundred tieotile ha
c . i -j--
been prepared, a-king his advice.
1 hose who sio-,10d it are understood
ia.1I0t.ll(MVeVl.rf determined upon the
,,afne of his reply, nor ha-he decided
on the course to pursue. He informed
Senator Wil-on to-day that noone had
received authorty to speak lor him,
even to indicate his position. Hi beg-
itancv is ailecting Greelev men more
and more seriously every day. and in
vkT ,)f ,hc listing uncertainty of his
i 110-lt 1011. SOIHC' ol tlu'lll have bCgUIl to
uvlKU(i him so far a, to -ugat that
Trial of Tsreed.
Ai.t.axy.N. Y.. July Hi. The trial
of Tweed commenced to-day in the -u-
preme court, general term. J lie de
fendant's counsel were David Dudlev
Field, Stoughtoii. Fullerton, Iturrilh
l'eynohls, llartlett. John Graham and
Root : for the prosecution. O'Conner.
Tilden and Peckham. A motion was
matte by tlie uctcn-e that the court en
ter judgment for a nominal sum, under
which the ca-e might be taken to a
court of appeals, 0'C'onneroppoed the
motion, believing it his duty lo press
the case without listening to any prop
ositions from the defense. The defense
claimed the right to be heaid. where
upon the court decided to hear the ar
gument in the Tweed and Connolly
cases together, and Stoughtoii made
the opening speech for the defense.
After further argument by O'Connor
the court adjourned until to-morrow,
with the understanding that di-cus-ion
would then be concluded.
The New Town.
Quite a number of the mouied mm
of this town, in connection with a
number of the citiens of Little Wal-
r roni what we can loarn we conclude
that these gentlemen aie in earnest,
and that it is propo-ed to make the
new embryo city asiiccfe'. Judging
from the countr lying adjacent there
to, and Irom the da-s ot citiens w ho
inhabit that part of the county, we
conclude that a very substantial town
can be built 141 there. If the people
of the vicinity take hold of the matter
we can see no reason to apprehend a
failure. As soon as the site is -elected
and the organization of the company
is completed we will make a full le
port . JCMorudo Times.
Some of the English medical men
i.jroi I,, lli(ve tl.-.t tliot-o ...-. l-vol-
ages consumed bv' the laboring poor
"early as injurious to their health as
those which come under the general
n-tricts. eoiisequent upon the abu-e
"t tea. I he-e women make it a j.riii-
cipal article ol diet, and drink it. u-u-
allv without milk or sugar, three time
a dm. At most meals bread and butter
is the only -olid accompaniment. To
a general deterioration of health among !
,ir i- 1 11 1 r I
the working clas-e-. and a lowered vi-
iius i'mtm it'i uruiKiii !- ;i-(riiH'ii
tality 111 the rising generation.
WO or three papers have mentioned
( ol. r. U. numb of this city a- a can
didate for congress on the liberal tick
et. We have not -een the colonel for
i. 1.1 i ...i..,.i
i .. . ...... .i i-i i I
ne propose it, uaiu who uie noerai
party or not. Put one thing we think
we inav be ceitain of. and that i that
Will not he a candidate oil the lib- ,
ersil or any other ticket lor congress
man or any other ctii.e. He and his
partner, .lodge Ituggle-, have another
mission, wiiich it i "law suit-." Gite
them law -nits and the probably will
continue to be tolerably happy. Em
The state board of agriculture met
at the capitol ye-terda and appointed
the awarding committees. Tlie names
of the gentlemen and ladies composing
them will not be published, as it is de
sired that they onlt be known to the
board in order to secureculire f.iirue-s
and prevent the ncces-ity of hap-haz-ar.l
-election- on the fairground at the
solicitation of interested parties. The
committee- are composed of the be-t
citiens (if ihe state, and each member
will be informed of the fact bv becre-
tarvGrst. n ho tt ill al-o send :i pre
u"s Fliabeth Cady Stanton tell
the lollov. ing inriiiintf -tory
There v. a- no head in mv mother's
family. I remember my little -i-ter
-wallowing a leaden bullet. M fath
er being a timid man. hid hi- face, that
he might not witne-- the -tillering of
thechild. My mother took her daugh
ter bv tlie heel-, and shook the iniile
from her throat. If -he had waited
for the he.iil of the familv to act he j
would have lo-t ner chilli. it wa- a
hundred wonder- (and a thou-mul jiit- ,
ie-) that -htMiKln t wait. lliere-rueU
daughter'- name was Lizzie.
Two adtenturou- totilli- pn ed(J.x
ford la-t week. . alinly tloating in their I
littt.i roil cillli.c (low 11 llu lti":ill!f Ar-
k.,., ..,-." il(liuitl for Vew Orleans and ,
theirulf. Tliet e.vchaiige.l Mfrmil-with ,
the pilot of tlie Citt of Oxford, who i
ascertainr-d that thct had lilted out at
Wj.-hitn : that titer 'hail named their j
,.n,jt "Horace Grcelet." and that thC-v j
had no definite object in tiew exrept
to 'float awav into oti-cuntyaun ttcat
re.t." Oxford J'rea.
Wichita has -hipped two hundred
c.nr-- of cattle up to date, over the A..
t. & . F. mil road, and over twelve
imnfln-.I car loan- more arc aintany
soj,j to ship from that iKiint, tno-tly j
during .-eptembcr and October. It i- ;
reganled a- about certain that a bu-i- j
.. .. i ,,! I
iie-s ot over two thou-and car load- J
will be done thi-, the lirt -ea-on. i
Over one hundred thou-and head of ,
cattle are now grazing on the big ,
bend" of the Arkan-a- river, awaiting
?ale and -hipment. Our rattle f.tler- .
mii tind no nhve to buv fce-lilit cattle
can unit no pia"e to ouv ice-nnt cauw
.L.,-.,.ll..., " -it U'irltita ,
-o plent and cheap as at v icima. '
Atchison Champion. ,
-i.ci.vji t"yfl. i
For the latest and mo-t complete
-ouUitveiernncw-uu t icmia !-....
Icatl- the t an. Ewpri .' r.
'VII ,1 I11IV.IIIV IW 1IM IFLII-Mll t.t111
The reason why he didn't want to '
run for congress was aptlv told by one I
oi "the boys," who has s'ettled down
comfortably to be postmaster of Ids j
native villain "In tlio tirst t1;ii-i. " '
said lie. "if I should be beaten the oth-
in the liriirht moonlight one evening,
T :i. it i-. , i i? "
Like all editors' Avives. she was of an
, i.uW I" """ .a, Pi".'1 to
'"-"- : police uiai moon : now
.erinaic: "Notice uiat moon : now
bright, and callll. Jllld lH-ailtltlll!
"wouldn't tlllllk Ol noticing It. re-
turned the editor, "for anything less
than the usual rates a dollar and tiftv
ceilt.S for twelve lies."
A bevy of young ladies, while cross
ing Alill creek, at salem, California. !
i by moonlight, thought they observed a
1 goose swimming in the creek, and be- '
, gan pelting it with stones, when thev
i were greatly astonished by hearing
i the atore-aul goose exclaim : "Why
' can't vou let a feller alone? I ain't
Uoston. the other daw
the coliseum in
and in clo-inir
a few brief remark- said : .
'And if the world shall sav of mc in '
the end, "He was a good printer, a re-
! tor." all mv ambition will be sati-
Practice does ,,ot always make per-
feet. Curreii. when told bv his phy-
ieian that he seemed to cough with
i more ditlictiltv. replied : "That is odd
enough, for 1 have beenpracticing
"Lank" Moore came tin from Wich- j
ita this week to spend a few days
among his friends here. He is always j
welcomed in Marion Centre. Jfan'on
Through a correspondence based on '
a matrimonial advertisement, a young J
man in Louisville. Kw. recently pro- !
posed to his sister anil was accepted.
AVhat is the difference between
christian and cannibal? The one en
joys himself, and the other enjoys other
AVhy is an old pocket handkerchief
like an old ship ? Ilccau-c it ha- ex
perienced many a hard blow.
Chronic cerebro pinal mendacity i
the latest plira-e to designate theiual
itv of a constitutional liar.
The latest move for securing prose
lytes is to obtain an attractive young
A Fall ISiver rejiorter says that veg
etation screams with delight since the
People who are always wishing for
souietliing new should try e-ralgia
Lawyers are like iv. becau-e the
greater the ruin the closer thc cling. ,
Sweetening one's coffee is generally
the first stirring event of the day.
I take this moans to inform mj oM patron ami
fri ml? of intra), -outlit-ru amt -9oiitliu'i!rrii
Kan- i-t Id it we ale -till on the "ur p itli" :nnl
.11.- ri-.irei to luniT-li ,in ami tverj tiling i:i
our line a- uuao a- me ciit.iHsi. uur rtoi-K n
Ami M.irrant..l a jrnoil .19 is in tlie luatkit. I
li.ue itctnlly Lou jrht out
In the vicinity nf Topeka,
iiiiiu. una-, omen to my facilities 111 iuikinii
an tki. Our
.re jcknoHli.lK.-il to In- tlie liet in tin- t lie.
I) II Xewton, .1 s. Alibott, .Iuiiiih s.inii. rs
ami .1 I. (I irk, central c.inii--lii(,' ap nt- for
simthw . -I. rn K m- 1-
Ithl-'hltll 1 lln liiinilruli uholisrc boutit
ol 11- ill -liquid ami iiljoinin 1 (11111I10
D. It. KILBOCKX, I'roj..
OP fiillriiiT ifinlil r I-:1-1 Aiit J r t .-
I - I.imi orrif r, I
W'iciiitv, ICaii'ii.-, .lull 10, 1-7J I, I prtiivrriJII I ,vr " f r f'f c
I om.l.iuit lianir ln-ui uittrt.l at IhU ollice li f 1 U JliN 1 SJ I l;-'Vi 'i1 vUL'O
.lolin W .11. rrow araiii-t K t Harper, .Warra
nt McAtlani-., 1.11. 11 .Mn-h.-r ami II ( '
J(..civ4ii kit ti(fr?H utHirt niiiiirt. .no.
-"?. -V ',"1 xl- .I1 T' Vf iV'V' yiMJh li. '
ami )-. Ir.j, ii.n 1I1. m-t hill of the lmrlliea-t
,m irter .m.i i.rt iuiif r the nouttirn-fi .m .n. r f
-u-tion II), tonu-li:ii -.7 south, mnse I iveit. In
se.liiMitk count , K.in-in, with a ir to tlie
iimi.11ii.lf.it .if .i.iiil llli.if. tl... w ..I i.ipin u u...
lurch nimmone.l to aiim-ar at Oil- ..nice on the I
jijin ua 01 .ueu-i. i-.l, at Jii o'clock a in , to '
n-sMiii.l ami liirnl-tt testimony conr.-niiii'r saiil
ANI)Ili:W AKIN, Ite-fli-ter.
W' A iiivcov Ktceiver JI:i-lt !
I will j.ay liberally f-.r information of the
l It 1 Miiiittf 4 ikfailit .F.trit siiaiTi crtiri lut t mi.
rmce, Kaii--i-, m Nomilier, Kit, In llieeiii.li.y
oi ii iii ii riui, ii.-f leaiiiiii r, ami wit-. ia-i near.i
ofWiiliita, at uhich I'lnrehe Irft WnalitV un-
l.lf,t ttr Sim up.. i. fikr.iirti iti ,... . t.ttil... nf
l.mri nee, ami I n.i.l him a awilnc' in a er '
iuiMrt.iut c.i-e iMres inform .lion to I
hill: W II..-.ON. ,
10-3; Junction City, Kim-a-
J K luick anil I. N" l'hilli-, at!ornry-at-I.ih,
her. tiif.ire iloin Im-ine- iin.lrr Ihe firm
n-imc nf I..iuck .V riiilli., hat c tin-.It .11- !r.i
the t-uiil iartnrr-liii l uiutii.il con-.-iit.
J K I.tflK,
I N 1'lill.I.ll'S
WicliiU, Ka , June Ath, ls7J IVK
J V I.ALXK,
A'nonXKV-.VT-I.AW, tlr-tiIoorweU..f IJ s
Ijinl (Iflice, ponlnaaienne. W irlntn, K".
-jM-ctal attt ntion frir.ii to all kltxhi ol l.u.lne--conn.
cltd ivith Hi L s U-iml Ollice lG-:f
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT?
If yon are, .loa't fail to try !
AAri:iHLLS CHKMICAL PAINT! j
tllU ,.,(, 1 irciM.v.1 fir, 1-s.m-mUm. l1le.
tion, reiiirliir tm oil, tlifHn.r .,r "Irirr, Kl t-tfcl
in iHirkazr of 1. i. 3.3 ami zalloo. TW Hiat -
l ii uii-nrja-stsl for i
DUIJAKILITV AND in.A.-TIC.'TV.
Drie la lx fw
:, wit a llail, rf, gtmftmt i IalljW ftirWtw ami mllenM4!"Htrjnie!
is frni tmmm mm fcT u; w9t , UiaMtK.
. or i-ol oar; cTeT-mere are t
face l5 Bt rus
Hlththe. -ante l-l: rheaiier. iiwir linltaw 1
awlti-ttrr metery re-jwet, than ajr&rr jaL !
fj-(7ir tt m trial mm4 Hff fttn'Jrm.'XJt
S 11. JiHAI),
AseaU for Swlcwlk Vmmmfr,
.9 Main Street, Htcbtlu.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Day IV-anl. Vt -t eV IMa0g mk j
Ielriar, W iir;.
coKUEiiro k co rm"-
A Farm for Sale.
Il hnrutrwl aiul iti it -! I serr S I lCMt i
-ajr, tbr mflw i.r!irt-f "'JS-': ,
tin, 7SacTr lrle act In s'n vfantAma, I ,
. , c,.r ,,, 3 te Uo.4s,i. .fraUire- !
. is acre ferd tiaber. x
u tZr ?t S
reHSill. Wti st-xt T faMe4rr.:
m-m4i twa -t-.i Hew r.r ""5; -
XT!E? Bc3ul2S Otttatths, BaiMiag, Ritdag
.vit rt. .law ia rtw bet tn-Br aa-t mttkfoe-
.ui wv .i is af imt ms-r ..iM-
tW rajnvel I-a rd- at tlw wj- ajf
La ".j, Ui.rj c J KiMiTo.v.
.... ... ..
WfiO Wants a hORie
JamK mc-i win4ltb.ireilarrer.
-" wtm m im - -i-
PKOSSEH & GRAVES,
' -,,3ciiin-rj n-painvl iiromiitlv anil on the most
. STOKE FKOXTS.
: wlniw ci- .i sin. .. w,iht. irm.
""" ruras. larwcuiarAtu-niiongu.nlo
hanmc. rnltej-. ttc. M.o.i near ji K. T.
..ej-... r..i puna, ft-.nsa
tS""TUr lustiest i.rirv liai.l fur otil !nm. I.ri.
ami co.n:r. Jeil-in
n. V. SHOUT.
I "0K "P" to ttpMlc, and jitM up ' tit
luttft ihJ ihut iiapratid ttgte.
Saniile of tlie .liHt-rent .malities of
Inportod ana Domestic Liquors
Mar beoH-iin. .tat all timr-. at imrkct. .notation-
ih.i;k lick wai'ki: on i)i:.vuait r.
GEXr.n vi. nr.roT foi:
Jlrmulon A- Kirmeier'. celebrated
ALLS AND l'OUTKIl.
SCHATTXKK f: SHOUT.
SODA WATER FACTORY!
-w i c ih: i a? .a. .
HARRIS & CO.
j Are In full blast, nuVin pootliiii li cmefor
tlie thirsty public, ami are prrparnt to i-Ui)ity tlie
count r for tiny miles nruumi.
Wajroii-t Mill run rejrulur once a i.k to Kl.to
r.utii, Auu-tu iiu.l WiniUl.l; nlv to llille I'l.iin,
WtltiiiKton ami ufnr.l.
Oril. r I'tmcln ilh ultimlttlto. Loci. I.7l.
IDCOSPT ZEIA.ID OTBLTS.
'III.; I-irt ami l:.ft.S.k or
HATS, OAFS. AND
I3ST 0?I3:E VESTi
FINE WHITE SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
Broadway Fashions Duplicated.
Mna.tircB tiiken nnU rlnrniltvHt by lijstire
XKw A'oi:ir amMjcvi.us,
,B u"lt, W hf S tOrrs!t.tr hJr
-' . .
IIOUQUTON .IlLrjS ir (JO.,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
J. . C-. EIOS,
rOUHIGX AD DOJIHSTia
a H U Vt si,
-J-q go 2AJH2T &T232,Jc22FZ .
w-oo --. - . - ' '
r - iniiiai limn iia llfc' tataW "'' '. W fW"il " ' ' ' r r -, 'r'ffjggff
r.UILDLXG AND OKXAMEXTAL
s or o isr e i
Cut or nmjth chcnjH-r than uatiTc stone li
Seilrfn ick County.
Fart Scyft. Qnv.t Citg J.y7, Curf-uMtilt tfJ"
FI.AOOIXG, DOOIt A'i Yt'lSVOW CXVS,
AND CUKHING A Sl'KClALTV.
We are rriiarril to ftirnNh Ahlcr fcin. w
ter table-, niii-li- sills, win.lor r, lral(ht,
seirment or circle, rornrr Muck., iloor nlIN, rur-nic-i,
i-trinjjisjitr.-e-, column-, kIiIoh alk flotin(t,
all p, wall co.nir, fccj lime, hearth ln.-,
inisiinc stone-., pilaster bracket ami iaTlu
IiIik-Ls on the ihortirt notice aii't on the mMt
(Illice with .shcllabarKcr A Lrl.llgh, near the
Kxcl.ihe Rrlil at Wichita,
76. IBJLZLAJR, ! 76.
Tin: EMPOIMUM OF 'FASHIOX.
LADIES! LADIES! LADIES INVITED f
Latest cf ITc7 York Styles Duplicated f
Coma and su,! xk and prim! J
hmie the, rest.
I luteju-t r. c. luil a larpe, roiniili-leaiitl nalt
i-tiictr.l et... W of l.iiilirot.urie-, Jarkonrtu an.l
Iiim rlimis, t i.lintl.ime-, ( Inn) an.t Tlir.--l
Luces, MarKeilles Iriiiiiniiign an.t ll.inbiirx K.l(
Jhelatrrt t5le of Luce I ollar ami full --..irlmenl
of all articles x.rtulillnj to loallex' toilet
i ami lull ilre.
M. M. F.MANUF.I...
In seiofwlrk .unity lllrict I inirt, 11th Ju.llrlal
IM-Irl. I, Male ot Kaii-n-.Mary
Wllltam -lil'inl, ilrfetnlant
'lhe ilefrii.liiiii, U lllinni sniHril, l hereby imll
II. .1 that on lh- ITlli il.) of .till) , -r.t. Mary .-lii-
Hrl llle.l h,r M-tlll.ll ill Iheolhre of lhe I'lrrk of
tlie Dlntrlct oi.rl ilfbln an. l..r the nanny nf
s. .Iitwlck, ami lnl ol Khiiim-, rlmridnif lillo
with haTliij; nihility ahan.lone.l her lor unite
Ihana Jrr ).it iut, ami lira) inn that l.e may Im-t
.litorrril frnlu lhe ral.l t lllinni tiiiinl, ami that
miles he nmwer to rnl.l wtillou .i or iM-lorr tl
-list ila) ot Atltfti-t, IrTlt. at.t -tillii will lw l.
ken a Irne ami a iUr.ee rrmlerr.l In areoriUnce
Hilll the ira;rol Hti.t IHIi.il
il till -
1 1. till), I'lalullir,
lly Tiickfr A Kl-h. r, her lli.ri.ej
ii ICI1114, -i.ny i , in. i-,: i.f-.
IV fre l fl
t Laid Oi mr, I
W'l. MIT 4, Kan", July IV l-Ti. J
( ntu.liilut having been rnl.ri-l at llils utile by
Abrnhain ICrbku'linr ojjalii.t It W. llulnu foV
abamfoHln hl h.iiiie-iea.l etitrr -No N, lte-l
June SI 171, ii-,n the p.i.iilfi.o.1 ii.i.r nf
. CUill II, loHli.tiiji Jf( Milltll, ranjfe 4 !, Ill
duller county, luiixaa, nilh a llew Lithe ran
reilutt.iiiofaM ntry, lliml-1 .artie ate hrrthy
uiiiiiioiie. loa.M-ar at IhU ortireonlhe Xt .lay of
Antint, 17-', at '. o'rlmk a in , to re-i-vol ami
flirntah elliiioiijf Cilir-rnln? af.l ullre.1 aban
.I'.lllllelil AMII.'I.W AKIN, Ueitintrr.
W A Sihssic, ICerelter li-lt
Win l.rellfen.teiii, .laiiitilf,
Il I Market! .lefrn.lallt
Ifore II I. tan I rem, .1 I' , of the city "f
Wl.hita, Sftlulck count), Kana
'lhe alM.vr naioe.l lefenU.it will take rtotlre
that aid .'itlrr lnl, on the JMh (lay of June, , .
I 172, l.le an onlrr of altaehii.eiit In Ihe U.re
enfltietl arlion f.,r the lam of li.1 KV, ami thai
iro-crt) of the il-friwUiif ha ben taken thereon,
ami that rani rM- let for trial of. the lt ilay of
Aojru-t, V I KJ J il. 1'I.Urt II,
Attorney or I'l.li.thT
t' - Li& Orrt r, I
W. HIT, Kana, July I, 172 (
Olllij.lalnt hln(f iM-en entered al thl IT)r by
Wrn J lvtmiw i..I Win Ih.jle ami l'hllf
i.arroll for abamlotiluir their tunieieal entry .So.
176 ami Wit, flate.1 July r, WI, i the rut
halfof Uie Mitheat iUatler ami e half of lhe
lhe ollthea! Uacler of Mrtlm i, l.wiwbit'
J3 wulh, rane . l, In lirnn rrtinly, Kan--ai.
with a tlrw It, Hie cancellation of l'l entry,
the b .artle are berebv ..m.i.onel o-ac
MiUUollimm tl- 211 Uy .pfjil , 17. at a
o'cferl a ih , lo ."j-ifi-i aiel fi.rnl.h lllitwin
tneernlnf raKl alljte. bmlonne..it
AMH1I.H AKIN, IkI-It
W II s,4nj.M-, UrfrWrr i7'-
t " t.xav lrrli k, I
Wii-HITa, Kali'a. July 9. I7 j
OtrnfMnt haiir.x len n!r-l at Ilil oSrr by
O II MIS: axn.t lav. Holler W I(1M,.
nt hi hotol-nl entr Mi 13lt latet May
fl trfrT-f lll.o l -..!.-. j.MMa. a-f a.a.aM
lie.. , lii..(p it fh, ranire i t. In
HarreiF tirtntf, Kn-, nlJ a e lo lle c--
eetMfea of Mbl entry, lrMll .r(U are hereby
I aaiOnililil lo ajif'-sr al lhi nfhrr ix lb tub flay
' ml AMt. !?, al II o'rbek a m , Wrertvl atvi
' fMtttifc lttneiy frntvg awt allejrxl abas
, .bn.u- AMiUbtt AKIH. Itesrf.ter
W.A Sna"a. i:rrr ifil-M
t i l.ttu 0 ettr.,
i WKMITA. Kti, July J9. I $
i t'nmtttU kH. te-rti ,lff J at IbU .3iee. by
1 1 llale atjt Th.. I ! Prr mlu-
4aaaH-M'lrfMoe lejetrtry lxJ, .Uir- Xy U.
j liJI, taj." 'tf half the Bortfcel oaarter r.f
leeeMM3. knwM.S otJ. tUf ", in
! Ilanrt saat. Kab. -lib a Uw w lae- ra.
1 rtktam nl U miry. Ibe all itrtie . Ur-ty
' imanwiwwl aft' ar at IM nStr.f on Ibe ITIIl lr
, mf Auckm4 Kl. W 3 u rUk a H ,Ut iay
Mt tatrmo telieJT femljr a!4 allee
.t.a.11 w an l&:KKr tKIS. l?U'r
Nitco, llTr JyJr-U
t Lj fnrirt.
ffwifflf. Kaj Jxur-X. tGj j
CiPljihatal iutn bra rlr-l at tita otteo by
JaM A Ano'J.t a?)! t T till t-r
1 .bt-VrJi e-elMffla). Hr X ii. date-t
. Vi.tSfr, Vfiu lfc WfjUi-a ert 'tauter I trtum
. ttr-i iliaii p.mutOt. r la. ra w.lrVk
I SeattrtJr. K'J. H T'" " tb" rMr-ilmtUru
t4 aM SUmZ. til ae4 ftl are Ur.br Mn-
1 1U tm )fer at IU. W&e 'tt tbe 7b lUr f
i Jutf, tX, at I "t'rfl r n tt rrn aavl far
, KM. taBif efcawrUHR moJ alVrrent lwV-
rnzprr) ttmt amho:w akix, tuguur
-U"-V-'J1 WA SUW. lerer eS.
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bfJry .awa"t t it 'W ot thm
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t-eel mjtrt TmrotmH tniray roarer! 1 al.
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