painter jake lot
C I JAM BF K3 & l.D LEAD III .1 1 V KENNEDY. Daily rr month : : Pally por 'k : k 1 : - : klr por yr sn aJvanoe 60 cnta. lfl tents. : fl.50. .TELJ:riIDlTI! 4S. Enftrrd at the Postoffice Springfield, Mo., aa Second Class Matter FRIDAY, JULY aa. 1887. The RueWtre dcmucrata have placed their candidates lor state officers in the field. ' I It is reported that Heskt M. Stak - lkt, the great African explorer wai shot deed by natives rlth whom hie expedition was fighting in order to ob tain supplies. . 1 i Report are coming in from various parts of Kansas that the corn crop has been totally destroyed by drouth Iu Loavcnsworth, Atchison, Nemaha, Jef Doni 1 - iHTeH Li.Airfl h'tr: hince your 1 paper sc aula to be fre to eoutiibutorn I upon the subject of locating the jail, I will contribute uiy mite. . The question of locating the jail seems to be an easy one, provided that all private interests aro discardod and the interests of the whole city and coun ty strictly looked after. The Jail ought to be as near the court house as possi ble, considering drainage and damage to adjoining property. It ought to be upon a main street, because its loca tion would injure neighboring property and attract too much attention. But it ought to be in some retired situation near the court houso, easy of access. where ventilaUon and drainage will be good, and where there can be no objection objection to its location from those owning adjoining lots. The Smith lot on Patton alley, ad joining Jake Painter's lot on the aorta, has been bought by the citizens in old town.at a cost of four thousand dollars. and has been offered to the county as a donation, for jail purposes. which has been universally endorsed. bv all who have examined it, as unob jectionable.