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SAHXA, KANSAS: .
11URSDAY, MARCH 2, 1871.
Senatorial District, composed
.unties or ' SalincMcPhciwn,
S KlUs, T.ieoln d Wallace,
Htcd. Good-bye "Juncf
ir BWgbtly passages nt arms"
tM, iScalc and the rest of them;
?Sun,o ? conventions ; no
n lut ir.m flWtSg.
Friday night witnessed the closing
aceaftpfthis session of the Legislature.
Large tTowda, of spectators hail asseta
bled to participatc.in the closing exercis
es mu larger nambpref members than
had-ever come together under a -call of
of the House, even, were in their scats
at an early hour, Thetistcnsible reason
of their coming together was to finish up
unsettled basiacss; the real reason of
their assemblage was to have sport and
fun. Thejocal of the Commonwealth de
scribes the parting scent- in a very affect
ing manner. He says that a general
scramble was mudc, at one time, to get
the speaker's eye and thus get the floor,
on your account t?) and no
j?Mity conclaves" to beat thcjand a general uproar and confusion pro
&Hmc' mdn. Hurrah for the railed. He further savs
.! Saline will have "the
vf.jMwfid the throne " and yc men ol
t. aat respect our rights. The
is. WUIulHrc was emincntlv wound
Ihtirtetfwi'and the denizens west of
gjpal Meridian will sing
taieerufred a dibpatch from Mr.
WChiMMin. daira attentat Wash-
WTf-y'tL-.r i .'l-y- .i .,
If WfiaSukeao't,this billpro-
ijr.lfcv extension of the time lor
vailed. He further says
t uiKtn settled iiivoriiinent
Ltarc:ir from nest Jnlv. If tlii
Jro "ua cxU'l,acu' fu' ixvu ) carsj
.ofjOne, it would hut e benefitted
of settlers. As it is, it is
I'WlHilher tnaiiv of our poor set-
rtH.hc able to meet with the rc-
Iftf the bill within one vcar.
i ?' ii "
i"" 1iwuwHi,r.ao iivc
job tiy htytfar. are generally in
sittMk, and k is a qucs-
" death with them. M'hai
b'JiaXWU in their f-ir catcrn homes,
tMit uceoiiie possesscu ol a lew
ffture fertile land in the west.
awrc cittlured privation-, depreda-
'froJB skvago foes and almost .slar-
pp inrivani tlie course ot im-
Fymcut and tivilization iiimjii our
Hews prairies. Thev have spent all
hsubstatu-c in improving their farms,
rlicn the are gone, their all is gone.
fasons have been backward of late
hve not been able to reap from
raore than a scanty living.
finite almost impossible for
ipopr men to pay 'up, even within
Hotted time, Bm let us be thankful
all favors and hope that Congress
extend the time still longer. The
fur the passage of the bill is al-
oairelydaclo the unwearied efforts
mMrQM.tiiil lion. Sulncv Clarke.
pocw iatttlers will long remember
raWt thev have done.
-r mean tmus.
.ry Bjithe ticket for a general
thai the canui-
able to make himself heard was the gen
tlcmanfrom "Sail-in, who rose to a
"pint" of order, and vehemently urged
the chair to sustain him. The chair did
not exactly see it in that way, but in
over-ruling him, stated thai he thought
the gentleman from " Sail in " wa jcr
fcctlr able to sustain a pint without ap
pealing lor ncip 10 inc vuair or --any
If we had been there we would have
voted to sustain the chair every time.
His logic was eminently sound. We
think the "Sail in" racnttjer is '"oqnal
to all such occasion " wjtb. room for
more. Truth will prevail.
Aara. Aliwuf mm?.
Taesdayiast, a lovely day, in company
with Mf.D. F. Uoncgan and MrvCarlin,
as, intelligent gentleman from Canada,
we journeyed to Brook villc and beyond.
As we passed along we notiecd'the.fine
fannsjof Col. anil Maj. Norton; They
are under good cultivation, whh good
dwelling houses and fine barns. We
passed by the magnificent farm of Evau
der Light, .129,.- This faraL, comprises
several. timnsand atvs if.Jaudinler
fence. Four hundred acres are sowed
in rye Van has nut up a fine depot near
ins larm, on me rwirewj, ai nisown ox
pense and for his own convenience. He
has also, recently put up a fine building
as an addition to his residence. One of
the finest springs in the conntry is found
(UMisiu axb man m xttnrr.
One of the best laws pasted -by our.
Vixlajid Bmrrs, Mar. 1.
juaMis. X.UITOK8: jn my
State Legislature tfck .winter, has just ,rom n county, a few
received the GeveSa siiruaturo .d'w:w. 5tafcrreably-sarpridf
. . ..,,, i "'K muuiai iiniijra 01 vour
I like vour beginnih.
explains itself as follows
Section 215. jft person shall bo ren
dered incompetent to testifv in rrimin.il
causes by reason of bis beiii-jlhe person U-ommunitv -w ill appreciate its
injured or defrauded, or intended to be! We want a paper to take a bold Aval
you will make it a success.
man outsioe of dutv aud an ii
" The only gentleman that was at all I jn,, the picturesque bluffs back of his
'come from tho vicinity
?Thcrc should be a fairer and
rdkfe&utiou of the county offices
gVt people. They should not be
SyTrarticular set of men, no
rwho they arc. Tlie county owes
i.aspport,al though we have heard
i men stating that ttwv proposed
ikia living off from the county;
raaeeession, or tics of blood, or
loaship ean demand of a freeman
ittnaad suffrage. .Public officers
m faithful account of their
Tlie Prussians arc ready to enter Paris,
and they will have a triumphal march
through the streets. A grand review
will take place in the Chanips'de Mars of
ihc , Prussian army by King illiam.
An occupation of the city by thoj'russi
:tn trtMips is asked by tho Thiers Gov
rnment to prevent the outbreak of
mobs and riots anions: tho Parisians.
The German King is happily felicitated
iv the (Tzar of ltussia on the glorious
lerinination of the war, and upon the
fait that the relations between ltnssia
and Pruvsia are friendly, while the hap
piness of each nation is fully insured.
What form of government will prevail
in France, is aijue-tion for the future to
answer. The JicniiMicuu form of gov
ernment N fetill a chimera to the French.
They arc not prepared to govern them
selves. An empire, as history teaches
them, is out of question. Aliinited mon
archy might endure for a period of years,
but whether it is an apt form for the
French, is not answered by apolitical
writors. It is necessary that good order
and quiet be soon restored to France, or
her political significance will be entirely
destroyed. Her commerce is wasted
and treasury empty and something must
be done, and that quickly too, to save
the French name.
SIAK TKKKS FtK ME CITT.
While we are laying the foundation
for a largo and prosperous city wc should
SuTlorcr1n-cMtyf adding beauty
house.- Mr. Light intends laving pipes
about the farm to conduct the crvstal wa
ters from this perennial spring to his
buildings and crops. There are few
farms in our State that equal this in size I
and high stale of .improvement. As we
rode rapidly by, we noticed the fine new
school house building, nearly completed,
to its environs, its streets and its yards.
Cities that are devoid of trees lack a
great essential. Trees are as necessary
for the front yard as music is for the fire
side. A person has no poetry in him
that will let the blazon sun pour its rays
1 athwart his homo for many years. The
greatest objection to this country is tho
lack of " trees." The soil will bear them,
but the terrific tires of the prairies have
burned roots, branches and seed out of
the ground. All that is necessary to
have an abundance of tijjcs about is to
plant them. We do not pronpseTiow to
our city and homes. We think it would
be right for our citizens tcTfcusea, certain
amount of money for buyWg trees, and
distribute them freely to thosovho will
at Bavaria. It is two stories high, 'sur
mounted by a cupola, and erected at a
cost probably, of about t3,oO. Job--I.
P. 'Clarke, Salien's most cloquent"and
iersistcni Democrat, was one of the
prime movers in this school building en
terprise. We noticed the line store of
Mr. Hamilton, and ta elegant residence
of I). K. Fuller, Esq.,' as we passed j-aLso'
a splendid new bridge, lately built by the
railroad company, across Spring Creek.
It would be almost impossible for an ac
cident to happon-'on that bridge such is
the contraction thereof. Between Bava
ria 'and Brookyillc at least fitly new.
houses have been built during the last
eighteen mouths. What a wonderful
We saw the cozy little place of commis
sioner S locum on tho hill side. About
one o'clock P. M. we arrived at Brook
villc. We drove up to McDou-tld's res
taurant and had a luxurious dinner. Mr
McDonald is.well "and favorably known
in the country. ' We shall remember
with pleasure tho pleasant evening our
partv spent with Mr. McDonald and his
a-'recable sister. 1 lore we met good na-
turcd Haniev Nolan, the champion prize
fighter, of the west, Hon. K. X. Steams,
formerly speaker of the House of Jicp
rcscntatives of Colorado, ' our -old
friend Combs and many other acquaint
ances who were glad' to sco us.
Brookville has quite a fine appearance
as vou comedown from tho hill-top that
Mirround.s her. She has a fine location
and will make a good town. The rail
road company has spent a great amount
of money in the buildings there. The
round house is a grand structure, though
only a fourth of it is yet b't. Brook
ville has already a town organization
and is now asking tor a nowspapcr.
They are making iM efforts Jor the
cattlo trade this summer ami probably
will get their' 6haro of it. From this
place wo passed down tho lovely valley
of Snrins Creek south to the Smoky
Hill river and from thence by way of
Drv Creek to Salina. e were mora
J - ... t A t
than delighted with our picasani ami
rapid trip and are willing to takoanoth-
or of tho same kino.
u Kansas v
not only for Saline county but for the!
wnole west. I ,
On returning, I find manv improve- nTMiw
Mcnts'gttiiig on in Salina.' Sofhf streeiVj Vpttit v;
injured or derraiMled, or that would be
entitled to satisfaction for the iuiurv. or
isliable.topay ticrotsjof the prosecu
tion, or by reasoii of His bein d person
ontrial or 'examination : or bv5 rftwn?
.j- ... . . ' .- .
son on trial or examination, nor witcorlpli-hcd much to drive the trade to other TMf noVFf.
niiaccs. J rue, only a lew etiused this, J
husband of such per.siu be rennired to
testify except as a witnessou Itchalf ofj but western people look upon the place
the peruu on trisl or examination : and , as they would upon an individual and
procldt'l further, That tho neglect or refu-1 they are not disposed to acquiesce in rigid SsfCJ-,
sat ot the ersoiLon trial to testify, or of ana obnoxious measures and laud when
;i u-il. tit t.itif -.. .. luiLAtr.r UA.l...t......l mir-sjttiHt If it lliiijk lintel !nrw rfM... fOaemkst
.. .. .. iwoiii ill i:.ii.ii n. : IIHSU.KIIU. w.......-. & -. ii.ib i. iikil. iiii- . .
l-.n ... - .!.i f .'iwx..-:... -.-. :.. r.i .i?.i . -., .. . rtmt "r nw. W ""
'" "" 9V ill irV3Ullllllll Ul UUIU, I" "!-"" " unil iiuviiiicaiiviiiiinaT ".r,
1 if ri lwtim
nor shall that jrcuinstance be referred f the conntry and should srrow un hnr.'!i:.!:
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i uy any uiiomcy prosecuung in me i"''"y iugi.-iiii.-r. e men can iiave I
case, nor shall die same be considered I a prosperous and tr rowing eonntiH- 1 1
M lem Vsion or i
case, nor shall die same be considered
by the court or jury belbre w horn 'the
inai uikcs place.
jiec. 2. 11 the accused shall not avail
himself of hu richt to testify in any case,
it shall not boconstmed to affect his in
nocence ir irmtu t -i
This is wliat we call progress. Wc
have never been able to give any good
reason, or answer why the aeensed
should not be allowed to testify' The
old practice of the law has been so sim
plified that these parties to civil suits,
though parties in interested are allowed
to testify an entire credibility has been
attached to that testimony. Why should
not the criminal practice be so arranged
that the poor criminal shall have his
"say?" Is it right, it is just. This law
gives him that privilege.
'Oftentimes, in tlw conductor a crimi
nal case, a chain on circumstancial evi
dence is so adroitly woven as would con
vict an innocent man. While a criminal's
mouth is closed, his actio'is may lus con
strued as ctidcnccs of enormous i rimes.
Let him scak,and by a plain Irank and,
Und ; T0 eS, c hf e
a lirostion.ns mm. ,m..; ... t "" prW
I I '-- 4,-"."ji K'uiuri. l ' n Ulain cntt. i: bIIm
see also quite a number of new bnild-l ?"""? e'' hmh'
o' &"& "j" iwitguiw omen ior
the coming season.
Soon after my return, I met my friend
Capt. J. C. Tcrrv. of our ronniv. !.!
l'.i l ,';,.,-' .. . "V
uromiT ,aii irianii tiu. tan Iusf ,utJ
ii um vuiuirjiiuiiiu n uu aru 1111 int-ir-win-
' to Texas! TTie Captain insisted I sjuf nlll
oc incirgnesi ior supper at inenew notei
m'ar the i-ourt houle. It seem he is well
posted, for iiideed'it was a treat. JKverv
thing was new and in style anil thc,siip-
pvr uji-iop. jiiicr i..i c cnjoyeu oiir-
sclvcs finely in hearing some nice music
I was niuci surprised at tho appear
ance 01 wiiiiirs at mis new nouse. 11 is
jnst what is needed in that part of town.
Uur otu hotels are good enough but not
spacious enough to accommodate the
public the coming season. Mark my
word the business will grow up toward
the depot and court house, which in ten
years will be the main business part of
Yours truly, O. P. nAMir.TO.v.
At a regular nut-tin;; nrFrtmlierSn ist Tem
ple No. 2. Iit-M Frila fM-iiiiip.FcbniarvSllli.
I.S71. the fullowiii preamble anil ixmiIiiiIoils
were iiiuiiiinnil.lv .iiloiitiil
Wiikiii-ah. Ill tin Itllil.t Itf lior liapftlTmtca
and honest statement ol laf, HO will) our -ittTC. A. Siotv ln r.illen In-fore the
i-.. .ti. ..i ..:.... i..i.. t-rri-iitnaiifr, lt-at!i. llu-n-fon-.
shift the almost overwhelming bunleii " ,.10J.H;. TJut ,,,. WL. IOMrn a x.MMt
of irinmstantial evidence and cniivime 1 11 ui- hi our Temple a faithful Mstc-r ullcu at
. , , - i- i . .i . i lii-rpogt i-n-joiivlolh-lii-etliitlii-stilllii
an impartial aud nnprcjiidiced jur that , tt Temple not mmle with liaml-, eh rn-il
he is not guilty. The jury, in making 'In Hie ln-ai-iis.
,."... ," . ( R sol I. 1 hat mi-appreciate the nuntv of
up their vcnlicl, is not to be governed b ,i.r,rl..lsM-tirTi-iiiplir.an.lli.li-Mi-ilic'ri.h
liis testimony entirely and gie it the Iht mnuiorr. tin n-ini-iiibr.niee shall intliicuce
weight they would in uncivil ise, hut. RKotMTh.itMeiuii.Tiuirliirt-H-ltvni-
atliy to the ben-axed IrkuiU and iviatites of
Mir depart ist ft-ti-r.
ItKsoi.vni That ,t a token of our n-r.'.nl. the
Frontier t tuple Xi.-.1; ilr.i'xii in mixinitii
fiirlhirtyilajs. , ,
Ui -sii.vrii Tliattlie-H- n-viIiilioiM In1 i-nti-nil
oiitlieiniiinti'-.ai-opylK- pn-s-iiiis to bmthir
SIikiii. ami. rtl-. ripii to the iNiliua lli-nilil.
thkSunk dnTT Jorvi.aml lViiiplarMagn
zinc, ii-r publi-il n hi.
Hi tz i M c , Conuiiilti e.
they arc to give whatever credit to it the
circumstances of the case will admit of.
We can sco no harm that can arise fi om
the enactment of this law, but on the.oth
cr hand positive benefit will accrue. Wo
arc glad that Kansas leads-the van in this
reform, as she does in all good innova
Saline Yauav, March 2d, 1871.
Knrmits S.vuxr. County Jouu.VAt.: We
l.if-k-.Avnods oeonlo do not srel to town
often, althongh4ceasionalIy we ride over
to see how the Uo-s are ami get mo new
.millr. wtu4 it is too .Wet tO IlloW.
Tliero were some of our neighbors at the
wood measuring, horie hitching and dog
killing metropolis, a few days ago, who
learned from some of the city gentlemen
that there was a petition being circulated
that would be presented to the county
commissioners, that afternoon, asking for
n new tnwnihin. Countryman inquired
of tho toM-n gentleman in whith part of
the county the now township was to be.
made. Said the town gentleman, "1
can't tell you unless youwilluign the pe
tition ; then vou will knoW all about it."
Countryman "Have yonot the pe-
f.t f ' ' . K
iChoicc Brands of Family FiW7
UBAIN, JIBAL, FEED. KTC
Caitrmvrk prup'I, done. TrU(fcnl tatrkct plV
ps-d lr grain,
tition with yon
hip unto those that elect- discuss tho necessity oFWW!s as a matter
If the officer lacks tho auali- Uf ntilitr but as a maltw or ornament to
kkoaest and upright man, or is
jtto fufill the duties of the sta-
fiavo been assigned him, the
i will interpose their united votes
.pproval of his stewardship, aud. set them out, or for the city government
we LViYKW0KTH BK1BUK.
We Bee by our exchanges that wortc , .,cntCman " Yes."
on the bridco across tho Missouri river (jonntfyman" Please let mc see it
it Leavenworth is in fine way and that Town gcntUman " ot unless you
"- . . . " I . n
ait . a t.A Cl In A 4hA nnvt
All WAS QUIL'L (Ml MIV ounrn "v st
dav, when the news came that the torn-
ist bow to their will
JuTccnt portions of tho county should
. . ....? : .in..:.l nt.
1-elhcirroprescniHiion m uuni y-v
lige. If this is done, harmony of
ptltig-intercsts in dinereni sections
to buy a sufficient quantity to meet the
demands ot the city and give them away
in tho same mauuer. It is more sensible to
do that than waste money in getting out
" fence posts," building side-walks across
ic county is insured. If Salina in-.tho"un8cttlcdcountry,"orpaying enor-
Mi unon and selfishly grasps all tho m0us 'salaries to laxy officers, hf this
Lm. J . . ..iaA I. . flTaitti A.1 ifXfial1 11 WJrt !
s, we may cxpcci to seo uuuigu.can not, do rareim, , iu -ov "
? snrinp ud between her and tho rc- citizens to set out trees themselves. It
k tlistricts of the county that cannot costs but little, and the returns in beauty
f " " a - . . I
rill not be reconciled. We are sat- and comfort, are tourtoia. in ten years
r from what we have learned lately, time our ,yards would bo elysian fields
now county movement, was and wo would tnamc our goou sense in
takinir hold of this matter. Beautiful,
for by many by reason of Sa-
fnoring" entirely tho rights of tho
portion of the county. Thepeo-
Ing in that section of the county
kt'tlicir claims to cartam county
novcr allowed adA that their
pvtr been represented.
. 1 .(.nntilVk.
hst. The peoi.iw ow-.-;vr
- . . -
1 .!... nflU-MUl
kr otay "" "- :
kted fairly and equally Ml
.,.i,rns of tho county, m
, rv. --- - -- i
many enemies by her
ltd if she docs noi d"'
e, combinations will be
trural districts " that will
by favors whatever.
its completion is vouchsafed at no distant
period. ltssuDsiamiaiuj i3...v j
the last pier being sunk eighty feet. .
Kvery Kansan who has the native pride
of homc'at heart will feel encouraged
over tho success of this enterprise, it
is a work that will add largely not oniy
to the materially advantages of Leaven
worth but to the reputation of the State.
For cverv dollar put in any of our cities
the State is proportionately benefitted.
With a due amount of energy ana capiuu
expended by her citien?.in other enter
prises, this bridge will Wwn Leaven
xvorth the commercial metropolis or the
Missouri river. "Heretofore it has been
a do.''s tight between 5L Joseph, 4ansas
Citvuid herself as io which should take
tho ascendency. The completion ot Wis
bridgo will plac Leavenworth, Kansas
and tho west- in direct communication
with tho East. With the railroads be-
or i.i txr uksckiit.o.v.
Com Planters, Com Stall- Gutters,
ALL KINDS OF PLOWS,
TO SCIT KVERYBODV,
At Jacob Hewitt's.
M !? Klf tiarj ! e
"wii mna vshI bart
Um tat oat. HnrJ kk kcl
nm ; he tcr r& rm
Ml In font ol sru4 H.
nj. nr brn Si, c.
. lt-100 Kmbavn.!,
Iron Sohnaak rST. MBN.IU.
brT. QnmmS hrokt If M
V. ukI n of w nr. mUVmS. v.
wrCrM. " .
tJ-'0 rrt K-ii.'biar fi
a lrr arr, viii caa, wum
ll vrraJliartmiM p!rlr. U aOn
,r,tT.IIlirIw; ,1,, ,agt .
idrt bU lf Uhl Mimbnt'
tlW; tS ft xrrr, t0 rJl. tl W
KOartrtlwttMS. 1 mlln tirt
ti. I It . r w. (w4 rlM koaw HtU,
1,W0 eMh or oat hii' csili, bUaer at
mt bottom, n.ir Sraol, mil Rm,
Salina, a of n cv arotlo 1, li.rlw
1iH.-lih H'chtp (. rinkr4 IBmKrr
pwr S tl ai ril. ana U la. I
iinot an4 rati, to ra-lMe O. nlaea, alcaly ,
l.MilcMk. or MD caah. blaaKat BaaMka.
Std acrta bnttom',7 rnlln tart f SaSna, o taa.
Moffat ofnwjr,tttimT. t ll.r 1 ; ! t
arcilaa 1, 1 II. '! ; aol n t s' oftloa It. 1 1
htvn lot kooor 14i.1 lartt 1 1 an. (Odd collar, r
aniftf tor tr at k'lf hrn door, Vp raatr, atort
30 frtt, alnat AW frttit irwa, mm alx Jtara aU
oorrrinlfl j forrtit Irtto, a mile of port aod n
a milt ot hein, thrrt tim iA. Tha Scaoky I
fimt tht n and a w n lrj aa4 Uatd ltk Ua
aerti or old l.od 9M ti.
enatrtahoiton aad erahi. 1 mivataat ofSa
ronnlyroad. Iht wjof mn'iij Jot. . itr arc
I U, r 3 . ritvn I-; henrr. 14,16 lo( auU 111
rTn-r, Tilt. MiMt UilT. htwn boait. gv
5ifrmttrtllTTrarolil, traall frolw. ortKari
kI, l acrra rrkt bmdta. alao IB acrta .oclo
narturr, tl roJi brtitt ISr rt ytara old. Tht Smo,
ci... ran, !hr.rt Iht load, wlih Iht hraadi al
SOacrtitlinbtr. Vrh,"r holfeaah, balanrt
jtar al 10 prr crot. Will atll Mack, lmplcm aU. '
ICIatrta jralrl and booom rm Klai trttk, t
wofalloa, M mll.a a or ,.rl. and llmlltf
Sroottlll.. btinr tht a w . of a 1. t l a. r 4
kaaat ! aa aad aaa-aalf rtorr kla wltk r
eMI-d. laaav kUthta !!. rtaklt I4ik. cft
loTT. all or pint. aiiorriMn.., .rrp ,ri. .
and raw jarj all avparaltl; tntkid k, an
w.11 of rl valtr n-ar Iht howw. ajmtktrf
45 tr n liay, lioraca. watMu,1iaaltaifiitap C.,
VAICaBir. STOCK JUICUIC-iHr-ROTIS,
IWacrlaabod,. II mil., aoalh oat o' t'l.
toalh tot of Soloawa Cll y. Nlh an th. Kan
railway. Tl Iracl of land twjhtacM an tal,
arcralnn h.lf a milt ldt, Ihrooirt wHt"i rant a s
In amn r walrr. thrrt and TO hall nllta U
kranchra r from ont half "lt l at and out ha
loot. Tb aialn erttk U UntJ with llmltr. Ill
Itnith, prlntipalty wllh eotitn wood, with tlm. and a
a-wne rn-ra ofwalnat; V port, hart kn miJ
taon from Iht doan woo.1. and ! raort may ht
whtoottaiiloxallttlrat Ttm It a Urrt haakof 0)
urn on Iht land aad (nod baUdlae alone In al-uodoC
atoat halflhlatract to Sitont laml. ha'ant ctnlly rilHr
aad (teplnr pralrlt , aad comiuandlag, af It data, a rnf.
toanlrr f"t aillaa ataand. la anaairpaaard for an tittaatf
- ,a.-ih.- "in-- r-r '-- '
alon of a yottrant naarar ttciloo adjokilag tl iract,
aaoa which la a amtll hawa; flt atrra krokc, S0O appla
it.. Sri atach ; al w ttak apnlat, aai.ll froln. Me., hi. ;
wlih rtotr, nirailla, ilow.chaiaa,ot.a. Ae. Prii-a ll.Onr
taoh to atrt warranty dttd;r 91,90? majrcaa!aoalocia
Ifant at l-rr rmt balanrt c,h.
AVILD LANDS SALINE COUNTY,
1G0 arrt amortth pralrlt. mllto a w of fanna. btloff tKt
rtrawaii aJxxJl . aa p.t
qroTalS, I ISt. r 4 w; ftnna
acrt; $""'carh, llm:t onlwft
roivinnors lmil made " us countmien a
' - t..aV 'Val dlrlw G I wai
w7dW;cfircr.o;,uch .abo.it VlOn span IIorses,8 yrsoLl,-,Zto
ortfrom Salina as wc oisiikc to wc tiiruu
or four would-be poIititians,whoareliv-
One span Marcs, G yrs old, $300.
Two saddle Ponies, , $05 and $75.
Two yokes Oxen, $125 per yoke.
in.r off tlie town and county, get up a pe
tition, tinder falso, colors, onh- two hours
before it was acted upon, and obtain the
signatures of f Ay town gentlemen, many
or wnom signal it. iro " ..."...-.-.
They were looking forward, no doubt, to
th. tmnroachint? township elections and
i'i v . .. - . -. Ti.ri
county primary elections, as incy kiiow 'cU,p,
we t-ountrvmen are ui-au ti -
town cliQucs. Wc would moc-t respect
fully say to these gentlemen who were
so Kind'as to avc iw a new voting prc
..i tkt c tfiin't accent it as any in-cat
favor, vet. wt arc perfectly Tiling to, H'""?;'"'' --"-. --5-
:-!.. r.,r tn tie citv to vote and help do- Addr... r.j.ABiov
Tl.rrt iWh aiiUh Cowl or a ralacw Utrd of far aaJt
MIW. AXX WILfeON".
14 S-r ; waf a Salt, aa tkt JTWotna.
Call is at tiie PosTorni.c OmsKa axd
Ask Addison about Trees.
elm environed and shaded New Haven
.. .. ..! i r.vl wiiu i " "'
speaks granaiy-oiine.uwu- . ubttiU onc ynay won start
tiful," exhibited by her pioneers. Tho fmtooand pas by Leavenworth,
city would do well to offer prcmmuislor br9aortenedronte,on to Chicago without
the growth of shade tree. icavinir his scat on account of any water
..o tC cr.it Tcrct is that the
Tho Council Grove Democrat comes to
.t . -... nr Slii-r Jfc Dour.
us bearing wv ni" 1
as proprietors. Ike bharp, wno ran
"fcll for Governor on the Democratic
tho editor, wo havo asIigUt
with Mr. Downer and be-
h very mHch ot a gontle-
nnld fellow, inc
. . l
- rtMMMHawC1 4kWlWinff ITUCHCU
bob" r:3jS-2X',dr".2. --
Vigor IUM rM4 in, 3W;tJ"w - .
otyped sayingV5jii pcf uc-
t.os of tfio third Cesanrerythkagal-.1WP
- .!..!- ..a.nU Af ISaBB, rM4f i 'mix
, Malr thfirUB UWVIV " - TWmWW'
ed so a- """"""a:. " KA- -;nw4iLi-2,
i.M citvoclude mtucruwir ,. "Z--.-
...s .o-iATko tivoaad amtod support.
Wnai. - i :... wHirh istn
i-.jl intlteidelUSIvo ..
eiiiv ... t-v.: ku ta.i
. .. v u. n.illl. iitBartin " t
lben, w " --at merits the swsJstaasie
s .rrtXlu-"--. .
." -I J.LAW TttttDK.
k pni.ived t" i
riw ' r
feat such .scabwags for any office they
may have theaudacity to run tor.
course. Th'e irreat Tcgrct is
bridge wa not made years ago. n wo jiu
have added many thousand to tho wealth
.nd nonulation of tho city. But the
a ... . i :-
time is never past Tor wcu aoing a.m .
this great success wc arc heartily pleased.
"Wo should all seek to build up our
towns and Ziutitutions in preference to
throwing our aid to otacrs. i aeroy we
are ' furthering oar own interest. A
bure citv in Kauaas will add to our Mate
C . ABB TaWM
rather than oao in iuissoan a
What cares Kansas City fores more wan
to ajx-are our trade? Leavenworth is al
to as by material interests winch
slBwVVkak us wish her wen.
LA8T:--G."TBeatas. Esq Uuited
i Asaeiittr ofthit iKtriat. yzjrnasA.
Vi J-- .u.. Kjl UMTt.
L14WlJl 'O Jl Jay i"C jaaa.vi.
We are in fcccipt of the Thayer Crife
roa, a neat aal spicy twenty-four column
Dancr taut aai inrt commanccd an exist-
.. it. . nfitiMtan. in Neosho
CIllHJ ai LJIV ...i ..-", , nMtCt in n. w. . --.-.. . - - . -
v ' .t -. aa- .- I 21T;.w ,-Jilo In ..UCMftoawt lr aalart
COUntV,oaIa,lj.&G.".J'- nemmro,"- ,! and My. -n- ,HIA
J !. by
Service by Publication.
THtsrvrnnr saisa. i
i m if ilnr 1
TnOJIACJtRXKT.inWa0 rcXWHf and MICHAEt
0LCCHa.(rrtatraM CaratftalS Oa.)l"laU-
r Kin MlaWrVrlWnwi, jtB5i
wt.iiUthhtW -: ttt - .fUtaiS mw
.,-. I aw..-.-nn. rnrt fnrmorU- . aad lafrrrt, ". rT,"..'!?2.f "" '" . "?
tnO tiaillU J""3 ..-, J !( hrHdWIOId WI a' lr-i.,. rrim m
of Gamett, Ctaricy 3L Onloy, assotiated fgrj--"J - -J7 ZZTZ STJi
with that ofS.Ii. Perry, Utely onoot,wujM.-.
., :..L. I ll i:.n nr fkni. T.nUV Iran. Kart I hr Wta, a
WC PTOirKiS i """ "'"" "' " IHT, ...kraMuurnMi.-iMyttmaraa
Gan.ctt rimdeda; as editors and pro- ttmUZLZ ZZSW'XX
prietors. Criferioa, speaking of the rfjiy. 11, "Id"" I'
growth of We town, sa-s Thayer has 'fm'llli!2,
one hundrrAwd aeveaty-f vo pabstantial I r, Harr.. i-?i. '
business ho- and dwellings, aii buiit j Publication Notice.
in tlie Uvsf nWety days. Thayer is look-5 A-cabttssows. rus. t
in.t forwardio county scat honors. iiajctsBaxnww. i,ra4t
'"n - ,.:l.j To fcrwaaa aw. Ta aa-ktrrr aaUStd ikaa jr
would be onto place for us not 10 wish i u. ,,o& ., r rtwa.7. . t. in.
ten atrt omrilh pralrlt. In rnod DWrhlrnfio4, 1 o,ttta
. w if Salina, a ml!.ooth of Rir.rla wi Ih. rallvay ; la
mn.i r,om nrnktlitt. t MH.tfroa falu. P. O,: Iht n nr
a ill . 1 1 a, r 4 w J, I doilari rr acre, t 20 cart, Lalane
on long urn.
t",I SI lnf) arm hollon nr.lrlt. wlrr and a frw trtt an
hranch of ap,r rrttl. S mllra alh "f DrookTlllt. tha n
wo.ra 3, t!Sf.r3w ; iptracr 4-.u nu.uiun oo
Z7G L2 inn atrta. r.Ir rmilar prairtt. i atutr a t or r-
llna. a mlit fromlloiVrr on Orpaon crtt,ln a rood n-tf !r.
Wrtvvd :ln or ortilon 1, 1 1 J a, r 1 w ; It ptr acrt;
?14 ca.ht talanca aa Ion, time
CM aad M Inn acrtt. ralllnc PtalrW. t r)f ks-
lina, aot-liair milt from llmhtr. ttt-k mi worth and .oath '
aldta : arttlen 1. 1 1 i, r J w; IS prr acrt, l.a fj caah-
halanca ea loaj Hint. -t
Son.,. ltln and UoikM Btalrlc. Wltk '
rcatitrlac llaikar aa hraatb al anrla crtak. I nVlta f
rrt,Rlt Iht tod of atcond dlrlrfrii of Kaowa P
Ba.l.at. k.biclkt tart half of anba a. I IS a. r J
woatd make a int Mock raacka t at acra-wl,l-x
lialanct on la Urat.
tsi M.rnn .r... .ii hoim. on hranck f Kim crt-k.
mllta aowh of II railroad. from r-rVU. r-rv
wattr and araurrlac Umhf. Ilia f 14,
w. a good rtark r'acc, S daDart p acre, SBcaaa.
lanct oa loo,: ilaw.
1M acrta rf-n'tr la Iht akat-. ta lli1'i.l !
rSw; d.nan ptr acta, IH caah, kalaaca oa it-
III aad WW vnt. anoolk pralrlt. wak r fr
4nla It m ail al4.ll xllta of "",-.. "'" V
1 13 a. r I w;iwt acrt ; arrw ct.- ,
la atfa m4h plr., 14 Witt r"ll2!?B."1' ' !
from IW (aoky WBI Bi.w, Win Utt i.ll '
waur aa tit t r. f-rr acrt; I1C aM.kalaaca aa loaf
W acri hando-t pralrW aad hortoai. 11 wi!1t. a
Salina. tiott-a aoarar'a, mllra from BraTUW awn
railrood.r-iar a . t IV r 4 w.
doflari tt acrt, ll.tr; raak. twlwVt
oi m -.ui. .j t ino TSwaln a af P
a.. ii-..ah aamarlllt. a dwraim
walr. waM M. a rad rtort far", krlat ft. 1 1 , 4 w
ijT acrt; 1l,tllcaan.kalaac aa wt".
r, acrt. Vdto-a. Iktl.r. il. J t ;
mm trttk c-o-ta Ik, fwcaroar. fair tloVrr. I.arfac-t.
(a rwk. aalaat. Vnta iwa.
... t u. n . .. Iha
wirrrv -Ta r-ow. -r... hoara
lift ptr ac. .
Ho 14 prairie. rallta a ;rpiina."
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rt.w ,..! lt,r 4W fty-Tarra.l
tSi acrta koiii
caak, Ulaara a tee Uaa),
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of Sanaa, tho ,Tha rf . . -r '? .T.? li'1 1Z
walawc aa t ytor. a It ptr r -
the new nancf inbounded prospcrty and J Z12L Met
hero our good wishes to you, darAfSiSZPS
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anu jqht puraiv,.
au la iht DwirV-t Caart raaad
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