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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 May 1907

The Tribune. tJr.o. I. IlrcKEiiv, NN1R 1J. HlTKKHY, IMltora ami rubllHlira. Subscription prlce.fl.00 poryenr. Entered at tho Klch Hill potl ofllce n ipcond class mint tor. a frco press nml tolerate both to tho rule of threo mid kindred For the lovo of a woman what wont a man do. . Tho Missouri Legislature has adjourned aft-er providing an abundance of work for tho Su preme Court. Ohio seems determined to hold tho center of tho stage. If she don't look a little out Indiana or Illinois may knock the per simmon. ; ! . . ,r . . :.: r, -1 . r B. F. Jeter and C. E. Van trees of Butler, who were arrested last week by a U. S. Marshal for being connected with some U. S. land transactions at the Rosebud agency in South Dakota, plead guilty in the U. S. court at Kan sas City last Saturday and were each fined $1000 and costs. Pret ty heavy fine, but Uncle Sam don't often indict and arrest men unless he has positive proof of their guilt. In such case a plea accordingly is the shortest, cheapest ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 May 1907

HORTICULTURE v . JAPANESE MODE OF GRAFTING. In This Method the Scion Is Extended to or Below Level of Roots. la Japanese grafting the scion U Incised In about the same method as the hturlc would bo In the ordinary fplice grafting, the sharpened head of the stock fitted Into the cut In the side of the scion, the lower end of which extends to or below the level of the stork, and the union well cov ered with waxed cloth and thread. The Japanese Craft. When thi rutting Kraft is planted the free lower end of the nclon in able to absorb moisture from the sill and often to emit roots of its own. at the same time being nourished by Its vital connection with the stock. The cut illustrates a Japanese craft In ado by Mr. Normand of un oibnt.il wal nut, but. savs Kural New Yoi kcr, tl lui'ihiMl may bo applied to other spe cie, and ta naturally most useful w Ith varieties that root as cuttings with iltfflriilty when planted lu the ordinary "ay. 'Mil cutting Kraft or Japan method I In particular ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 May 1907

4 THE TRIBUNE fr. AN N i iC II. hi I li fc.U V, 1 RICH IIII.U . . MiBSOlT.i Dan Cupid. A pleasant feature of the cmerm skmal parties tlit make Journey abioad la the fact that Pan Cupid seems always to bo a passenger. He went to tho Philippines, anil three matches resulted. Mr. Ixingworlh. ol Ohio; Mr. Cockran, of New York, and Mr. Sherley, of Kentucky, all surren dcied to Influences Insuring their hap Iiineaa for life. And now the steamer Biuochcir Is no sooner docked on her return with the Cannon party from the West Indies than the engagement f't two of the company Is announced. What Is It that makes love the pre vailing and compelling topic at such times? asks the Washington Star. Does a discussion of l"ncle Sam new responsibilities lead to Jt? Or does the delightful Imprisonment on shipboard explain It? Whatever the explanation, the fact exists, and It may result In making such trips exceedingly jiopu- lar. The curiosity of congress as to cur outlying possessions may come to over...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 May 1907

WHAT MADE HIM DOUBTFUL. of Cornmuttr'a Ht Caused qualntanee to Worry. Ac- A romnnilera on the IV. t... k W. re TttRtked (o a frit ml Hie cdher moriilng. ft they mine Into (he rlty: "Hawkins, of Stamford, I rotnc to move Into that new Ikhinc next door to hip. I know him very . ) 1 1: ti 1 1 y . and I tirderstand that you know him pret ty well" "Yes, I have known hltn for upward cf ?- yum" 'Well, what kind of a f now la he, r.yliow?" asked the ronirnutcr. "A first-rate fellow, and In every way desirable. Why?" "I Just aaritcd to know, because 1 could never quite make up my mind nho-.it Mm. he wears such a small hit." I'Llladelphla Ledger. How's This? Ve trr Or ll'itulreci Ifc.llara Rpware ff aef yf 'l ( MArrb iba cufioi ba cured Uf Htui tAi&rm Can. F. J. CHE SET CO., Toledo O We. ta mn1mtDJ. b-'e hnowa J. f"r -.her IMS If. re' aod U:iTe rrtr boo e. 'a -a a'l l'uenea trmn.ac Ilcjcsa a4 Afian'ta.j ftir w i-arri; vt ar,y -lMtail.m malr l-y hl firui. UIoiim'f irruire'M.. 1 O Jtairi rU...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 May 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Kvhvr el "TUT wl" flUSCt." ZflBA BAHEfOK." lie lMoribt hub lit il,bb-aeroa Co. CHAPTErc X. An Affair With the Caretaker. I read in the library until late", hear ing the howl of the wind outside with satisfaction in the warmth and com fort of the groat room. Hates brought in some sandvC iches and a bott'.o of ale at midnlsht.. "If there's nothing more, sir " "That is all. Fates." And he went off sedately to hla own quarters. I was restless and in no mood for bed. and mourned the lack of variety in ruy grandfather's library. I moved about from shelf to shelf, taking down one book after another, and while thus engaged came iion a aeries of large volumes extra Illustrated In water col ors of unusual beauty. They occupied a lower shelf, and 1 sprawled on the floor like a boy with a new picture book in my . absorption, piling the great volumes about me. They were on related subjects pertaining to the French chateaux. In the last volume...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 May 1907

I fYTTffYYTTTTTTTTTf vTTTTTT 3 What Make 3 of SHOES E E Do You Wear 3 3 If you have never tried ours you should do so at once Jvotice our display of low hoes and then come in and let us tell you all about them. We have new Spring and Summer goods in every department. New hats, new col!ars,new belts, new gloves, and in fact, new every thing that you might mention. w 4 4 -4 4 4 4 4 3 3 we can fit you out trom -4 head to toe in BRAND NEW apparel. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. PHONE NO. xi6. AAAAaiAAAAUAAAAAa,iAAa f LOCAL IttilEFS. Subscribe for TheTuibune. fWnd ua the nuwa b. wire. Our U'lepbuu ia No. M. Geo. E. Logan came up from Nevada and 6pent Sunday with his family. Geo. Carson, of Kansas City, came down and spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Geo. W, Lawson. Mr. Leonard and husband, of Kansas City, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller, over Sunday. Miss Yula ICiug, after a week's visit with Rich Hid relatives and friends, returned to her homo at Nevada Monday morning Maj. T. W. Te...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 May 1907

t o o o t n a ti o o ti s o i i o 4 1 it if i I I i I ) k. MTI 1 mi Nil! itl m n'l, u ir i (to t) tiiv-'iiiion tor '-.-.- - Opposita U. .. Hatent Office WASHINGTON D. C- Read The Tribune. v'Xii?L. . -v. w .'. ', a. A PROMPT. EFFECTIVB J EIJSSDY FOR ALL FORMS OF OEinUDATlSn AWiM Trblm, Cmlarrh, -Aathmtm mini LaOrlpstm GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied extoreUr It fTort almost to u.u. relief from palo. irhila rmaoeot Tult r being et."Ctd ty tsktni. U In Vrn.ily. parif?ii.. lue bioM, di.-v)rU'f IS polaoooua ii.ed remit .u( II Horn lue ifuuii TEST IT FREE If Ton sr. auflnrlne ). I.tar... Hsra. T-U-.bro. Sciatic. -eun.:l.-K !)nc-y ! Troubi or klniircd div-., writs to urn t.tr a t -1 I K.-.i i -. ... J. T , '. . Iv " . t..1 U joaraelL PURELY VEGETABLE "S-OROPS.- rs mirel frpe of crtom. cor!oo, morphine, aicohcl, uiiiu, nd oioer aitnihw .ngralients. rc m nt. la, "a- H !!"'' D ffHHl if-CC.a IWMIOV IHFOWlTtC CUM CCfPABT, . . "?Mrf i ir ?tr THE RIGHT REMEDY fOH STOMACH TROUBLES 13VSPEPSIA INDIGESTIO...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 May 1907

ll .mlm i l rfj JUES) U il JUfa 1 11 ii -LL Jul VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 33, 1007. 0. 23 rtS!0N DICISIONS My Hi Aawlatant Secretary of tho Orpitrtnifnt of tho lutrrlxr Makiuage Rhode Island. The deceased sailor at tho date of hi alleged marriage to claim-i charge of firearms. Soldier was ant in the State of Rhode Island, I wounded by the accidental dis had an undivorcd wife, who sur- charge of a nun, while hunting for vives him. Under the laws of his own pleasure, and was not in said state, his domicile to death, j the liue of duly, his marriage with claimant was! "absolutely void." Hume LhI ire, No. 451?, Decree Diklovalty. A el liin.uit 1jo of Ii.-!ekah, was organized, last in any manner voluntarily en--Friday night, with S3 charter gagd in or aidel or abetted the j members. Mrs. J. K. Martin, late war of the reliellion nsrainst ' District Deputy, was the tntitut the authority of the United inn officer. She was assisted by States is noi eotii.l to pension 'the d...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 May 1907

The Tribune. , i . . . , -,.,. M , i -.-- tir.fi. T. Hni v, Na.vmr R. Hi i at nv, Editors and l'iit.':.)iT, Kabacrljitlon irioc tl 00 j r jpnr. EnUred at the lU'li Hill pot fcSce Ban tla iJi.itU r. If yoa can't boost your town, dent be a kcockr r. The Ohio tUsatka is settling down as quietly as the celebrated ed June brg, and it voQ't be long until peace and harmony, with a biff II, ttUJ prevail through out tho State.' ' ' Geo. P. Huckeby has been ap pointed by the President as post iDeUr at Kiel. Hill cpoa the reooiDiaetiilation cl his friends and the endoiscjifciit of Senator Wia Warner; to one and all of whom be expresses hla sincere thanks. Ilia bond has been filled by five good and true men and forwarded to Washington. He will probably get bis coaizission in time to take the olSce about the 1st cf Jntie, Next Thursday will be May SO! and is a leal holiday and should be appropriately observed by everybody who was concerned in the civil war and, all their friends. The custom of s...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 May 1907

WORN TO A SKELETON. 'ft 7'omn's First Great Day of Decoration 1WS tarn V i 4,0 TIMOTHY SULLIVAN came down from ator lien, Minn., and eUl-d at Roomer, Okla., among the first comers, and the first thing be missed was the G. A. R. post. There were many other things that l'oomer lacked, but the cheerful one Biu.cJ veteran did not mind these. They wens merely bodily comforts and conveniences or the Improvements of ti ilization. but the absence of a O. A. Jt post struck him In his most salient rpot. It hurt his one romantic vanity it n.1 injured him In his one cherished prMr?. He loved the G. A. R.. and he loved the old flag, and his honest, cheerful, hard working soul lived from year to year in pood natured unim portance, to bask for one day In the icerved honor that was bis on Deco ration day. On that one day he had a'; ays been, at Water Glen, the profit's',, of the proud, a be marched at the head of the little procession to the resting place of the veterans of Kiowa county. His armles...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 May 1907

THE TRIBUNE iKoitnr p, hi i kkiiv, i ... ,,. hAlVNliell.llli kUli! (1 1 l" I E I (. ' 1 1 1III.U MISSOCRI Tim M-r"'i of happiness and aileron la ruiiuluiit v or k. TIkio In im 1 1 . 1 1 , 1 filing alortg with a w-omun if jim i' ber have, her own way. Japan Suva H In fur peace, mid to prov It liiuui lii-it Iho biggest warship tor. Ciimo In think of It. almost every body Itn a rut. a dog, a bird, or l baby namrd Teddy. lki your (auk kllli rlii.fi f nines and the master iinvlianie or propi It-tor will ee to ur promotion. It Is s.-il.l that loiko Krle produce morn fish to the square, mllo than any other body of water In the. world. There, la hn iild saying that In F.ng laud tho wife la the quern, In Franc tho companion. In Uerman tho house keeper. In Italy the slave. Already six Cm negie hero modal bave been fniintl In the pawn shop. Which merely cih to show that oven heroes at tltnra suffer froin.lhlist and hunger. There- are more fence to a farm In Ireland thun la any oilier country I...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 May 1907

QUEER KIND Of CURRENCY. - x' . I Tirsr no shouts as the s"M!r m To ttia mellow throb of tlio dlMant drum. Tly com A fracmi-nt fif1 what thry were; Tlie rank lire '-att.rinj yar by year, For one ty. ons with his olJ-n air Has nnswori"!! the itiniwuii of Ixath with "l r'." I we them waver and fuller on. Their Hut frown rhuinvy Bray with dust Orown shadowy sray. as In years aeon Their rubers fell Into Bhailnwy ruft. O, this the vision that rrnnes to me; I watrh them tni'lirlrg S'luwn the street. The ren'ly soldiers that usel to be. With vibrant drumnilnir to time their feet; I aee them awlnirliiK clona the way With t.raie OU Glory above thiin all; An4 all the lines are complete to-oay Made so by the mysilial trumpet call. Anil quirk and eaer. erect and bold, They march triumphantly throtiith fry dream The sohller men of the day of old With flags ahlow and with swords agleam. The cannons rumble their warrln note. The muskets blaxe on the battle's marfe. And ovit of the bus'e's braxen th...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 May 1907

ft "-r- r -r. THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Asthar el the mm chance," zzitk BAMtBOH." tH. luW rttrril i"J bj fcobba-Mormt 14. CHAPTER X. Continued. I gathered up the fragments of Mor gan's lantern and went back to the li brary. The lichla In half the candle stick had sputtered out. I eJttin Euished the remainder and started to my room. Then, In the preat dark hall, I heard a mufEed tread as of some one follow ing me not on the broad staircase, nor In any place I -ould Identify yet unmistakably on steps of some sort teneath or above me. My nerves were already keyed to a breaking pitch, and the ghost like tread In the wall anjrcred me. Morgan, or his ally, Hates, undoubtedly, O reflected, at some new trick. I ran Into my room, found a heavy walking stick and set off for Pates' room oa the third floor. It was always easy to attribute any sort of mischief to the fellow, and undoubtedly he was crawling through the house somewhere on an errand that boded no good 10...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 May 1907

rTfTTTTTTTTTTTTtrtTTTTrf I I What MnUn ?i b mm w Of SHOES E Do You Wear If you have never tried ours you should do so at once. Notice our display of low shoes and then come in and let us tell you all about them. We have new Spring and Summer goods in every department, ffew hats, new collars, new belts, new gloves, and in fact, new every thing that you might mention. We can fit you out from head to toe in BRAND NEW apparel. S. L. AMES, BAZiUR. PHONE NO. 116. l.()A!i HRIKFS. Dr. G. A. Delamater went to Kansas City Tuesday noon. Tom Johannes was a passenger to Kansas City Wednesday. Mrs. Simon Loeb is visiting relatives down at St. Louis this week. Mr. Jesse Steele, the stock buyer, shipped a car load of fat hogs to the city markets Monday. Remember the memorial ser vices at the t'pera house Sunday afternoon by Rev. Father Mur phy. T. 8. Burns and daughter, Lina, took a trip Monday to Pas saic to visit relatives nAr that turjf. Mr. Harry Henderson and wife are in the city visiting Mrs....

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 May 1907

r . v" v A P 5 i V." f ' 5 b . A P r B f. O I: tl tl 8 a it it II ft II It ir A: IB St d. hi hi ftv t lie el Pi re M T; -st or. at bT. wi w Eh Sl o UI nc w 1) r at er r ni dl M rii w. 1I he Bl e BU bi w. Jit of I Tl In ui li 1 to th T 1l r th w ; mi nil- ft 0 WA f-w... . "17 I? 0 Clothcraft Features Everyone and everything 13 distinguished by cer tain features which separate them from others of the same class. Men ere known by their habits and achievements, merchandise by Its qualities. Cloth craft Clothes arc distinguished by features of marked excellence. Examine a Clothcraft suit closely. Look at the close clinging collar; the broad, well tailored shoulders and the shapely back. Note how Intelligently the Clothcraft tailors have mastered these points and how well the garment fits and holds its shape. This is tailoring. Look as clcscly at the fabric You will find it all wool, thoroughly shrunk by the special Clothcraft process. This is quality. These features of excellence and oth...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 May 1907

U I v ! I Hi II FTRTT T) TTTTDTT TTTTTI i 1 Ml I ll l VOLUME 17 RICn EILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAT 30, 1907. JTQ. 33 il J A Word to Business en. Not a grocer in the town is ad vertising at tho present time, and but a few other dealers are, Riiys the Daily Heview. Tlte mail order houses never let up. - The Review was in receiptor a proposition from a Kansas City concern Iat week and another for a $120 "ad" per year fro in a St. Louis house this morning. We have repeatedly turned down Chicago concerns that carue in competition -with our home peo ple, nave declined business from neighboring towns n either side and have always stood for home. Hut a single institution or a single individual can not make a town. No institution can exist without supiMirt. If this support js not given by home patrons it must either get it from other sources or quit Ilich Hill and go elsewhere to engage in business. This town has a daily and two weekly newspapers t hat have al ways Mood for Rich Hill the Revi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 May 1907

The Tribune. Geo. P. Hitkkuy, Na.nmk K. HrckKUY, i:ditorn and PnbllMicrs. Huh-rrlption prke tl.00 jn-r jcnx. Entered at tho Klch Hill post office as imh-oikI class matter. Secretary Taft is in Missouri to-day. Attorney General Uadloy lias so far beat the Standard Oil Trust all along the line. Don't forget, gentle reader, that the Panama canal is still digging and will be ready for use in 1915. The Finnish Legislature, w hich will be composed hereafter of one house only, will convene on May 22nd. Of tho 199 members 19 are women. ; y The stock flurry in Wall Street in the legalized gambling hells don't seem to have much effect on the rest of the country,tbanks to Republican policv and pros perity. ; "Wm. J. Bryan flays the steel trust alive, but the trust still continues to do business at the same old stand, and will do so more prosperously than ever should Bryan ever bo elected president. The Chicago market gamblers put wheat up to $1.03, $1.04 and $1.05 Monday and no doubt fleeced a...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 May 1907

t MAN WHO BROKE UP THE MOLLY MAGUIRE GANG Eventful Career of James McParlan. Well Called Greatest of Detectives. Thirty Four Year After Hla Wonder ful Achlevcmtnt In Pennsylvania, He la the Canter of Intereat for Hia Work That Waa Reaponaible for the Present Sensational Triala at Bone, Idaho Lived for Years Among the "Mollies," Where Hia Life Literally "Hung by a Thread." Philadelphia While there la but allsht resemblance between the borrl tie ci imes committed In the mining re gion of Idaho ami Colorado and the bloodcurdling deed pe rpet rated In the uiinlns rt'Kiong of Pennsylvania a gen eration aso, there Is this extraordinary link botwen them, that the same maa n Instrumental In procuring the most Important evidence for Ihe gov ernment In both casts. James McParlan, easily the Rreatest of living detectives, did more than any other one man to break up that terri ble organization known as the Molly Magulres. Jamea McParlan. 34 years later, drew from Harry Orchard In the Idaho peni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 May 1907

THE TRIBUNE prnRfiPr '. H'; KMtY, I ... ,n, , NANNIE H. MI CkKIO, I Rcmance In Business. If a ouig man does not find ro mance In Ills business. It I not the fault of the business, but the fault of the yonng ruan, declares Andrew Car negie, In System. Consider the men der, the mysteries, connected with the recent developments In that most spiritual of all agents electricity, wlih its unknown, and, peihaps, even nngueased lowers. II must Indeed lw a dull and prosaic young man who, being connected with electricity in ny of its forms. Is not lifted from nnm-drum hiiRiness to the region o' the mysterious. Pusyiess la not all dollars. These are bnt the shell the kernel lies within, and Is to be en joyed later, as the higher faculties of the. business man. constantly called Into play, develop and mature. The root of business must always he serv ice to the community. The real busi ness man Is one who furnishes some commodity that the community needs. Dollar-making ig not necessarily busi ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 May 1907

A GANG OF NEGRO THIEVES. They Ar Broken Up by th Daring of a Boy Recruit. It was the flrt day of April. 1S62, that Company H, Ninth Kansas caval ry, commanded by Capt. A. C". Allen. wa stationed at Fort I-cavVnworth. Kan., and were ordered to Atchison. Kan., on provost duty. After the fiupany arrived at Atchison and went Into com fort nble qusirier for the sprinR. Ihe situation had Iwn care fully canvassed and the trouble fully Investigated. It was found that a large Dumber of negroes In that vicini ty mere missing and that a band of Ixishwur hers had a rendezvous about 15 miles east of Atchison, at one time it prctit slate plantation, who were suspected of Fathering them up for the puise of taking them into TexaB tnd there to m-!l thetu as slaves. On the 19th day cf March. Capt. A. C. Allen swore In two recruits who had come In from the far western part of the state of Kanssa. known as the Drawer brothers. On the Mh day of May. ay the Na tional Tribune. Capt. Allen sent for the you...

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