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;f I ) '3gmiSl) AY; APRIL 27, 1871.
Therass lias improved wonderfully since
the rain. ""
i SelJzS oJa fountain is in ftill blast.
' ' "inia a call.
Strangers without number tliron
"Watsoii'lia the best roda crackers wc have
eaten in Kansas.
A stage line is to beestablUlied between Oils
.irui4ier"sritauniiitwill Iwiii niiitiiu? or
Hon. A. C. fierce, land agent at Junction
.'--City, called nn iu Tncsdar.
j j ; If is reported that Kx-Reeeirer S. D. lloustoii
win open a real estate otlicc here.
Parties having dwelling, or tf ore-rooms to
' rent, shuuld call at oiwat Durham -
, .T. G. Spivcy, Esq., one of our best lawyers,
. will build a residence; onn, on Ninth street.
" - : ' Mi .
""Mesr&"SclienVeauil Mitchell, of Junction
aty, called at our highly embellished fanctumJ
ye6tcnlaT. t .
M.-.vnrI7mLir:iioirS.iierrcidenqe is HQW
being roof cj. The building ltfglris to show off;
Several jcrsons arc s-iik with the mea-Ies m
it -n.-- . r...r:7' "nAr.tn.riil Mhoutex-
. me. tuvani-UH: onmnj.""
:v..c poslng'rli(- little 01.". ;" '
.. J..1I. EllbOMMieci-wb J.A.Tounasopcra
"?orat thc i'.epbt,-tliclJttT'lfi'Ung taken charge
,T." of thefieea't'Brook villc. . .
" '.- -".The s'gn put up at the 'out'li eiid ofhis real
T" " "" tte offlc-j by 5Taj. Ifc-rk-.', louk-s cnm-ly and
.--v Ziu gil tute. - '
1 - -" Itev. Mr. Bint.T-ofe-sorrKii.tx College, II--
,., Jiiis, wiU preach in tlie.iywiy,lcriiii Church
' v. "on next Kunifciy morning and evening.
" " ' - j-j
?. , - J,,.E.irairMiilia fitted up his meat s-hop in
MimxKuoiisi tfyle. with a gooil omt or paint and
"otfier appropriate Imicr adoniings.
". " ItukniTeJIroV are doing well at their liard-
j " jvare ijore. and w c are ptaiil to n-late it ; for
Uiearc among our mo-t de-en ing Htizcii.
r.'flie excellent tortvspumleni.T' from An Ob
server ".was received too late for publication,
s thiii week. We trill prvduceit'thcliiuextniiiu-
. ' Ixt.
Maple sugar is not In-ing mauufaetun'd ill
very large quantities in this region, thi- y-.ir.
uilgt; CinilleM was in the city. Momlay. and
' y started with several attorneys ofSalina furMln-
r Tjeapo'.is, Ottawu Count v, to attend court at that
Domuwi'tli tlctt'M-cti:u of land adjoining
lhcitv. ura hit in anv tnrt of the eily'r If
Ilieyare in tlie matket, lMirham will get them
for von, even if Jhev a re not on lu-i li-t.
: " - i
E-Beivierlfinitii infonnu that he will
remain at S.-iliua 'till hi" wwur is duly qual
iti si. and will attend promptly to all uucttlcd
laud -ae an I bu-iiic-s he may have on hand.
"WilUaJiTHnelan-r'K new litiilding pn-M-nts a
3. jrj'Hlapliearaiiif, and m rve to not only hide a
-. gloomy lonking alley but gie that -ide of the
street a" solid fwnf' apiKnrauce. ami make-
H in e cit v-fiel."
Many Texan are daily miii upon mrtnvti.
xvliojeport largi! livnl of rattle on the ru-id
fnmrTexa making. Salini lliii'oli'&'live point.
A large ami lively rattle trade may Ik- expected
lifri'lhiSummer.1f m half of the n-portsare
Bev. J. I... Jones-, funnerlj" iwstor of tin;
i'l-c.-byterian church of this )ilatv, now pastor
of a ehun hat Solomon City, lies very sick at
the latter place. Hi many friend in Salina
long anxiously and pray fervently fur hi spee
It i rumored that IVter Nillon. clerk at
Klanders & Martin's store, has purchaeil the
cigar and toliacco store of Mr. Schwartzhurg.
U'e are luipy to learn, also, that the latter
t gentleman will continue inannfacliiriug cigars
, -al this place.
Begi-'terIartiu. who ! now in town, will
k w. open hi oflice at tliM)ld -taud of I.ull Itroth-
."..ers., WV hear that tlh' Beei-her'sotl'we will Ik-
' e-tabli-heil. teniM)hirily,at a hou ownetl by
JT " Ir.-CSnpniaii.jutSontliof A. M. Campbell
Friend ItHinp suggest. that while the Juiie-
tionites are here, during thi muddy M-a-on.
i hey will carry offa sufllcleney of our rich, vir
j;hi .soil on their iHtl.il cxtemi'ie. to Davis
county, as will make lsoiintifnl Jiarvets in that
county xTtain, tlie coming s-eaou.
It some profiled christian, we wot of. were
toexercioa licttter chri-tian spirit in their
doling with tlK-ir fellows, "their piou atti-
tiuU-s while within the holy precinct of the
rlmn-'Ctiiiflcc., would lie more re -pected by the
Let the fanners brush up in their stxle
farming this Summer, so a to enter the arena
of competition tor the prize In excellence of
farm, tobo awanledhyourcouii1ycntcrpri-H
ing agricultural miriciy. Till inducement of
fered ought to bring out your " hct licks."
We are glad to meet Capt. Boalt, orXorwalk.
Ohio, who seems not to lack any one of the
good traits tluit distinguish tlicNorwalk lniys
wc have among us. He propose to engage to
some cxient in tlie stock business liere. and .
earm-stlyhopetlut hislm-stmcnts will j,rillj.aIouttlieoffl-e.
hlm rich retuni.
Tlie temperance folks liave bi-en elrculaling
remonstrances to two puition for liiviisc thl
week. The pix.pie , to ,H. qlltc p..,,,
with their signature, as tH,th document aver
aged pretty well with names, when we lat saw
tbem.tlK'ruU-Ing, hower. several "toliear
C. It. Underwood .v. Co. areinaKlus extriis -
ive preparation for putUngon aUrg addition i calling lit antiqiuted bachelorhood, and prop
to their flouring mill. Tlie lumber la, lw, jcriy. the man tliat has wandercl and stumbled
ordereiland is cxicctel every day. Thl mm ab.mt in this vale oftmrs as long as Dave has,
is doing a very large Im-ine. ami it Hour u singly ami alone, feels as old and (ten thousand
becoming justly celebrated. We are glad topanloiisfortheexpresion!)has the smell pe
iiotethat such improvements arc uudc nvecssa. culiar to rhesse. He has at last hit it. Dave.
rs by the Increasing trade of ourdty. i we remember wreU the sardonic grin that over-
i. . ... J J V. . prea.l thy countenance oae snltrf dar whoa
It is rKisiUvdr asserted that on a clear sunny thveheardof tl spoiled meat thmedl hrib
,lay, you can sf,. ev frow tbe ,opof Iron way-sfcKdownluMbsourLta JSSiSL
Mond.adist!ofWer fifty Bes. This InteU1"1
a goiHlpuffonoiirch-ar atmosphere. A the hundreds. JtozaJLib.
landoflkc has been removed from Junction qucatbed by dame Fortune asihee had ardenOr
. City, you wH look in vain for that town as did j hoped for, vanUbed. and now Da whvwlil
Napoleon for tlie coining of Gloucliey at Water-' ye persist?" Xoinore speculations DaveS
loo. A fog hangs owr that tatej town, which j 'tend strictly and nnrwwrvedlv to the teretmV
may seeu at a gwatdUtaiice. lroplietand tr of your name, by stndvin-'tbe word "W
vrss;LvthaiItlK.tokciis destruction. June- terity" long and well." You lave followed
tl'tirisfitlicii! fallen :rill;u: phantoms Jong enough.
The neat and cosy cottages of Messw. Curtis
and Sheldon, side by sidemake the houseless
envious, and they Ion and sigh for home
equally beautiful. We hope" to see many more
nfthoramoViml nut ud this season, jar. our-.
tis lias enclosed his residence with an iron fence,
the first and only one in this country.
The Iind Office is on its way from Junction
Citr to this place, bag and baggage. George,1
your soliloquy over "the dcserted olHce " U
not unline tlie grand farewell speech " of the
Cardinal "to all ofhM greatness ;" full of sor
row, natlio- and tenderness. If youhad served
your Lowe Ith one-iialf the zeal you've served
your Sid, things would not be" as they are at
Mr. Ge'K our newly arrlvetl banker, propos
es to ocenpy'the hbue immediately North of
Capt. Sherrln's store, until lie can put a up buil
ding ofhis own. It is his. purpoa to erect a
fine tno-stosy stone building, t'o be completed
as earlv a day as time and facilities will permit.
Mr. Geis posscsjses tlie true material, and we
have the assurance that he will make: a valua
ble citizen. - " . j i
A friend suggests to uij that an effort should
be made among bur enterprising citizens to
fonn ajoint-tock company, for buying the cor
ner occupied by.thc Aiuericaii IIoue, and put-
tingiip thereon a line large hotel bmlding, con-taining.tlea-t.,!eveut3--five
rooms. He also
MiggextMr.Lay. the present popular proprie
tor of .tit? Aiiteffcau Jlouse,. as a. mostpiiier
(icrsontokeep the same. We endorc all'lus
suggestions. It would liea prime move. "
The rain showers that have visited-this coun
try during the week have been about as fre
quent as they were during tlie forty days and
fortv niffhts" siege, in old Xoah's time: There
are good judications now, however, of their
cessation, for we" have seen -an bid rooter in
thcbacK vanl crowing awav with a bunch of
green, which i indicative of dryland bcin;
somewhere, and that the waters are slowly sub-
The night prayer of one of Saliua's beloved
has been chaiigud to commence thus: ' Greit
father at Washington, I am" hungry. I pray
thee to liateu on the lieaiitiful p.irehmeut that
will add coffers to myjiockct. I havelonging
Iv and anxiously waited, lo ! tlicse two vears
or more, MT;iinbiilating the highways with sore
heart and dnvn--at coiiutenaee. in quest of
this boon. 1 lave I not celebrated thy graciou
nc-s by wearing afresh the pure white badge
almut my tisctrt Ihini it, hurry up,'" Ac.
Ac our county "advances in the supply of fine.
blooded horn's. Biisscl & WoiHlwapl endiavor
to hate them Ihiely lunieed and richly enm-parl-oneil.
In the room in the fear they may
alwavs lie fnitnd doing things according to or
der.' Hard by the stove thit skirts the way,
sit Eglraud and Pete pegging, pounding and
ow ing on tip-top boots and shoes that will tit
exactly the cluuisient foot, and so change the
appearance of it that the owner will have to
inue a long time c're he i convinced of hi
J. K. I.ongaiTc is about to erect a building on
Ah street fora sewing-machine; and mu.-iral
depot. The sales room is to be sixteen by thir
ty feet In size. He he will ltave at this place a
lady from Topeka of the finest miMeal talent,
who will give lesons on piano and organ.
An iii-titutlon of this kin 1 imiu-h needed here
and will ay well. Mr. faingacre alo proMs-
c to build a stable and carriage-house oil hi-
premi-e. He i a wry enterprising, go-a-head
piT-on ige and in ty he snccwedanil make mon
ey in all of hi enterpriM-.
Karnes istill floiiri-hingsati-factoaily at hi
ii'-at ami ta-ty market. He eaters to the varied
tate- of the comiiiuiiity. 'Etery morning. 1 c-
fon siin-rie. hi wagon nills up the Avenue,
laden with viands that would grace The table
of the Olympian fea-t. and the old" thuiiderer
and all the gods and goddeso would springto
their feet, rush to the tables with nierrry shouts
uninfluenced bv "old wine" at the sight
of such juicy steaks, roasts anil tender meats of
all description, while a grand oratorio would
be sung in Eame praise by all the iuiiicaii
abont Olympus" lofty summit.
On one side of the house is found Dr. Grier
with hi literature, consisting of the leading
daily and weekly news-papers of the day. illu-
t rated taper, the mint popular magazine,
the most popular books of all description and
the finet assortment of stationery, pen, inks
aii'l toys, in thecity; on the other side of the
houe, Mrs. Grier displaysawildemessofhats,
lioiiiiet, ribbon, sun-down, parasols and oth
good. such :t are always found iu a lirst-clas
inilinery store, orare worn by the fashionable
set of the leading cities. Let our citizen,
male ami female, investigate and report accord
The notorious Capt. Brunswick, of Junction
City, who, a year or so ago, was frequently up
In this country a the willing tool and dirty
work man of the Kailroad company, and who
wa known as the "''lying Dutchman" in
thec jarts, ha left for parts unknown with
about S.TO.O0O Iielonging to "his creditor."
Verily, hath the "Duke "gone where no one
lUteth ! He lias liot entered his appearance in
tlii- country, that we know of, since the histor
ic night that he was Ku-KIuxed In the neigh
borhood of the hotel at the railroad. Let the
departed Fred be defeated in his nefarious deeds
f"wre nenocmtiiK any more communities.
AlMiut oueo'cltK-K.r.M.,ou Monday Ut, a
terrific shock of light iiiugcaiisj our citizen to
look about in wonderment, inquiring-if any
damage or serious Injury had Iwu done. Be
port soon came that the lightning ltad struck at
I he depot, shattering two telegraph poles, and
passing into the telegraph office, completely de
stroyed two telegraph instruments and badly in
jured a third. It also split a walnut table, set a
quantity of paper on fire ami strewed bits of wire
E.W.Oberwa standing ottt-
side of the counter, when a piece of metal passed
by t ery closely to hi liead, and struck a board
iiftarhy.iii which was made a wry large dent.
J. M. Ellison received a slight cut aero tlie
noo. but how it occurred he cannot tell. Won
der if this i the lightning George Martin expec
ted to be struck br.
Tlie latest news from the front is that David
Beebe. E-o.. our efficient Countv Clerk, is talk-
'insrofcolnr - iiito the cheese business. This
Although the weather was not in a smiling
mood, the, exercises of the Odd Fellows' fifty
second Anniversary .were very well attended,
and very Interesting. The mud prevented
much of a procession, yet the "society formed in
front of their hall and marched from thence,
under the guidance of Marshal Hanna, preced
ed by the Salina brass band, to the Presbyteri
an church,and there listened to a very able and
entertaining oration from Rev. J. A Boynton.
In tlie evening tlie ball came off, which was well
attended in spite of the weather, and is said to
have been a recherche affair. A. II. Thomp
son! gave the supper at the Planter's House
which was pronounced verv excellent. He al
ways does get up good suppers.
On Saturday, .with D. F. Donegal. C. L JIus-
sey, J. Dyer and Mr. Carlin, we sped into tlie
country to attend an auction, previously an
nounced to take place on that -day 'at. Mr. San
born's, four miles east" of Salina. At "the
stamping ground,". .we found Sheriff Kussell
with twbnnd a half in cash, ready to bur anv
commodity that didn't over-size his pile, w Idle
his deputy, Mike, was along to keep thedogs
away,!', winking the while at " Squire Sanborn's
daughter." Soon,'came the genial Capt. Sher
rin ami Pat with a smile ;; childlike anil bland,"
and then the stentorian voice of Price, Saline's
best auctioneer,' went booming ou the air, aud
traps and contrivances went off faster than hot
cakes. Daii'bought a hoe for tlilrty-flve cents,
expecting to pay for th"e:saine wlien the Con
federate bonds are above pan Carlin bought
a rope, not a Suicidal om burwhether he paid
for it or not, we don't exactly remember. Dy
er bought or stole, and we don't know. which, a
peck of corn. Hu.ey,' "Zicbell ami "ii"
smoked, and smoked, and smoked ! We'diu
ncred " on " ginger,'' cheese, bread.-a glas of
waterand a bunit match. Everything sold at
tlie highest prices ; and wc would ad viseall per
sons that contemplate selling their effects, to
sell them at auction, and employ Price to do-j
the " gassy," for he can do it to perfection aud
witli the greatest amount of nonclialence. '
Pursuant to notice ofSupcrintcndcnt of Pub
lic Instruction A. I. 'Collin, the voters of
School Di-trict Xo. 'Hi met at the residence of
Col. II. Logan, on the 20th of April, at two
o'clock P. M., to organize kiIiI district.
On motion. J.-une Cliae wa elected chair
nian and Dr. E. K.Snitzer ssyr'tarv.
On motion altillot was held for "the officers
of the district Sir the ensiling ve:ir. with the
following result : Director. Col. II. Logan :
Clerk, Dr. E. K. Switzer ;Treaiirrr. J. II. Day.
The otllcers elei-t now took" their respective
oaths of office aud were duly oualitictl.
Ou motion a ballot was held for the location
of school house Mte, when, on counting the
ballots, it wa' unanimously decided to locate
the same on tin; southwest "comer of the south
east quarter of section 8, township 1-1. range 3.
On motion the district hoard wen- author
ized to gie the sum of S2t for one acre of land
on said southwest corner smi designated.
On motion the district board were author
ized to hold a three mouths term of school a
soon a practicable.
On motion the proceeding of the meeting
were ordered to be published ill the Salina Her
ald and TiikS.ii.ini: Cor.Ti'.)iit.Ai
Adjourned until the 29th iust., at two o'clock
P. M.,at the residence of C. C.Dai i.
Jamks Chase, Chairman,
E. H.SwrrzKn, Secretary.
District Corirr. The following Is a list of
nscs on the calendar at the recent term of the
District Court of Saline county, furnished by
C. E. Xorton. Deputy Clerk :
ltlMls;(L lOI KKT.
SUtsrs. fha. II. ItrimliHxrnntiiarrny.ctiiui,.
Mama. I.. X. II. Itollt-nlKT; 4 in-litiiiiil;.rllinj:
li'limr u ilhii-Jt lien.-; n-cKgiilzincv fvrfritnl; crs
SI Jt.- th. I'atrir J. Clay ; hid rtr 1 for an uuaiiU with in-t-nt
lo till; nmfm!zjnr-Kiwii ami cajta-cuntiDittsl.
kUtris. II. II. WVIN; aanlt ant battfry; rwopil
rinw f.irf. it.il etui ca nmtinunl.
Mate s. . I.iyht ; aiuault Willi irtt nl to kill ; s ttlnl ;
Vi'Mr- Iira9.-itlt tutt-nsl bv iinK-r of Ihi rnrt
State rj. Allx-ii .:Jinr!;(; aes.iult witli latent tu kill;
null." iimftMiui t n!i-ri -
SUtt-va. ?kih llinliiy;raDil lartctir;-MJv fontiuu-
Stati- vs. Kzra HnManl: nToiliance to Vwji tin--acp;
diMnvsnl at mt tif iimnlins witnrss.
Stati-1. I liirlrxJuhnsiiii; a-aolt with In'rnl to kill;
niillf .nstiui rnti-rtil.
MalKjj s..TI jmmfrr Mcfluit awl Il.mal.1 Mi-Phail:
a'ajiulrkifliiiitrnt In kill: i fi i..ljnlt amiipml ant
14D n iiill ; rxst-rontintii-tl; n-oinizanrw in IIm
thr Mini 4.rsVkNi i-arh to aieiir at th- m-t tt-nn
Statr vs. I.tia-t. Ilulm UM: eart- tKitnl; C4jnlinut-t.
MatL-s. ,nnj ICupimlorf; as-uiit; rt-cnnlzanrr to
apln-ar at Ih- nt-l l:rm in thr Mini f Hon; c-mliuut.1.
Male-. Iliarli-Jt-niic-r-inias-iaiilt: cae ilismisM-il
im naj m-nt of nist.
Malt-s. .iiirrw litimx; rvcogiuzanee to keep tnr
K-ac; t!ifrn!aot UisrlAriil.
tnp-rstilt i. In?rrsfil1;raN.-roii!iniifsl.
K. II. Jont-Ava. C V. IltviM; rontinti-d.
M-jrv Jant- Moonr v v. Th- Kansaa Parillr It. It. "o:
on ni'ilion of lahitin" action itifmUstil without in-ju
.ntnu I'irnbu-h s. John Kvi rlt: tllts: plalnlifl'to
a the rola,
A tr . t-i. . f .. i .i t
Fnil llilbnsrk vn. Wm. Manton:a4-tll.-il at cost of
oa i-Krv. Linton IUrivr; cmlnnnl.
4am (irrvin v. V. II. Jrnn-ron; eontinuctl.
Ka Ulirvn. Milton HrT; rontinunl.
I. S. l'attrrson v.. lUnicy IUihnn; co,itiniiil.
KiltxtlzT. nniTn. ltnmi-rill A Co; continutfl.
C. W. Trcs-.ins. John I'. Ilnliganivttli-riatcogtof
A. W. Callen vs. John J. lratrr; sctlll at cost of
Sarah II. Orn va. JI. Tliilinn: M-tllMl at cost of
wavin jiunlockic. wm. Ili-nglr: M-ttlnl al con 01
MoiH-a Wili-v V)- II. AV. Piitcn. ft. al.: motion to
ltMnioTrrriilrt; jury trial ;Jur tH-in? unable to aTr-
... .. ..in iwni lit uiertMiii; r.ioiinufi.
Sth Krtrj . II. II. SIrmll anil II. F. Woolcy; on
tinutil. John Krpill t. K. V. K. V. Co; actlleil at cost or
II. 1I. Powers ts. Tlrown, Williams, Cole and BUh
Noble lUrkrrv.. II. F. Woolcy and II. Krcfrr;
Kansisl'acillci: W. Co; v. Jamc W. Rnllt
Sh-ritT; continuisl, -
Kana I'aciiic K. W. Co. , vs J nm.-s W. Ruiscll and
S. Amrinc; continued.
WalcnttJt Faiontivi.. laill .-i Bro; judomrnt for
'Li!nliU f..r .'". ifj and rmla oftuit.
John.lcrin vm.V.C Mnui. et. at.; continnnl.
(oolhanltsh!pitt v. It. Blati ami I.. Illau; fore
cliurcufniortfrage;jubjnKnt forilaintifffor I1S-I.-10.
K. R. Fih A Cn. . B Bltu anl I.. Btau; fom-.o.-urr
of mrtirazr; Judin-rt for lainti2 for tjlS.iK.
Marparrt Hrown v. Kichanl Brown ; di.miiwrd.
liVorxeTajlorv.. F. Amrine; continueil.
Camty, KrnU-n A Co. v. . Amrine; continned.
Anna lioprrndorf vs. Fmt Kocscn.lorf; trial br
court: divoic zrantisl on crosA-bill of dcfen-lMit: tJnu
ajimony fcrphinlilTto lie h1 a. follow: flflo in two!
iii-miiii.( iiui in pia iii.niiii iiiereaiirr, nii iiif ivMurr
iii one vear: d-frndmt to iy cots of auit, except
4iri pollev I., rJixalieth roller; diiorre irrantcd
HarhlTtaonr., Mary.1 ISacon; continned.
f .el. t W I'.itv. Vwmfi II I'Mv.illrnr.. n. n!
ed: ikiaintitrioiar cta. t
Kansa. I-Fcuir It W ln,i J W Kuxell an-1 .
Amrine; d::uls-s at platntlf eo.t.
iveMcr rnrt r, miey- lunev: Itirrocre or
mortmse; ju lniil for plaintiff for iila.il, awl ct9
Voonar Bm. A Co. xt. C W. Na.h A Co., and laill
A laill: continirnt. ,
J. II. lYrncolt v. Kussell A Norton; injunction ili- I
mise.lat Ihe l.Ulniia"ct.
J4in Haley va. Kxra Hnblard; di-misvol at plain-
Frist tborradorf t. John Ktert; continueil.
J.: Maawrtl t. l'wn.1 Franke: continued
W. 11. II. ;rahara v. Krrttal.ranam:dimiseil
K. K. Falbrtr. l: II. Miniw; roolinaed.
I s. .Vnat.irs . C 1'omaoT aal A. Caldwell.
Kriin-trntatiTT la Ciidjcwm II. I L.aK.
Jo.liff of Ibf wnm ia Cnaift A ICm..i rLr
jiu.t;i.. DU.USM II. a. 1 U.UT1U. iMri.
iTrroor lunll, Hiktet.
Mrctrtiaat tJorrraor I". r. Ijti.
XTTvtaiyof talr W. II. hau.ooo.
Trrmmnr I. K, IUtu.
Atalitor A. THoaav.
-SaarrishraJrotorraMlclBalnctlraa II. D. )kCi-
AUncarjr Crarral A. L. Wiluah..
J1t of thr IHatriet Coert W. H. Caan-XD.
Nrnatordalh Uutrict-J. H. rsvivrT.
atr)-rntatitr TMa IHtrirtJ. H. Pan.
CouatT Ummiauoam M. II. Moctv, J. C. Tarn
T and T. D. Wicuvsia.
link of dar District ttant X. B. "oam.
rrotatf Jstlfts-A. X. Bsmas.
Cnsmtr Orra Datid Buast.
CosasyTwiin tsssxsms aisuk.
Shrtfltj. W. Krsasu.
BrilTivf tlilill A. NKLAO.
CoastT Atmrarr-J. O. Mosilkk.
tAprriataKkal rataic Uatianaas X.F. Colasn.
Mtc-C K. !!
Cuawan W. B. rLASDca. Dati Raoarx. Oo
von, K. H. Dmcaal K. B. Bfoor.
Vvlter Jadjts-Joaix rxTxm.
"Wr Taaw Wilmak.
.Marstul W n, auim
Uiy .XKntjf, A yfnvuw
lot? & Hollann's Column.
LOTZ A HOLLAND,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Have for Sale Some of
The best Farms and Wild Land'
Of all Description Bought ami sold.
GIU JV CVIL,
BEFOUE DEALING ELSEWHERE.
1st Door North Eagle Drug Store
SANTA FE AVENUE,
A farm, with atvenly acr of oM g-rnaml ; wood and
waur; twonulea taa fallaa. For term api-l taLoii
LOTZ fc HOLLAND,
Manufacturers ami Dealers in
MIRRORS, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
COFFINS axd BURIAL CASES
C.TAMm.V mx MAX.
HEARSE AND CARRIAGES
wm wvnumAtM rvmm
Fiwr ihtcm. Km Eagu Dh Stole,
Santa Fo Avenut.
mm a ww
SUCCESSOR TO AVATSOIV Jb LOVHIEN.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
CASH AND NO CREDIT IS MY MOTTO !
Aflrr Ira yw Mpnkut la the GKOCZ E V T tDC. I am rospcllrj la ackM(T lUt all ta nu &r
on Gowlt kM m ctriA ur ucd p to bJ dM. Tala alun that aU c aaU la duo osr caaa trJ. I&airnltrtlj
Abandoned the Old Fogy Credit System,
An4 will ihvr the benHtti with all c&h pajlne trrt that ilt Uvor n H2. a cll. Tty UI fi4 thi they 4 :
not hTr to paj the cstra per cct.tAfrc cha-ftii tr l lVxue felling (wmI i Uoe, to crzt lom by Jcl SiU 1
BEST GOODS THE MARKET AFFORDS,
laj wlU tDdtaier to oaliaala ttw it-Ij1d o! anptaf th
Largest Assortment of Sugars
In tact r Itnlf kept at a ri-T CLASS OKOCaUV ANU
Cioclitoi and CaTlas4.vnive
Euoal t J!iet of tat Inii-irlfT. Aca siting lo lot cmmwii l! prvAu Uch taoar bcjln( la nil iualllU 4J IS
wlilvflale mcrcLant. Cm5 patl lor
Ort!ieMmetsatlBichnf fcrOoo-l". ... .
Ihanlfa! Iir asl ftor, aaJ llmr aaU-ftrd laa t.r prn"fl laaa rtr lo fir mtlre ilMcU.ic. I
a-Sicltt!wcootlDMnct of tt paltoiiaf r t lae yrofie lan aa A a Ijolaluf cui-tWa. U. T WA.!K)N.
Feb. i. lsTI. 9S &ala Fr Attru.-, laJlaa. Kiaua.
CliaM. C- Fleck,
OS Bwnfii 3Bo Aironuo.
Krrr alwav oif band a wsll ajs obtfh
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
REPAIRING done at rtaoDUe rate.. Jea-rVy
made to aider. A Utft .lock of AOATE JKWELKV oa
hand. A Ur.e t tuck vt
CsUlactlj on kaad. Alao !. a adrndM utaiDt of
MUSIC BOXKS and
T c BrM ITllIAN" STRINGS alTi cn l.nj.
A full tin. of Wamia Pina., las, Pal, Faxciu, Im
Craaaa, Pis ft.es. I'ipsb, .c , sc.
All the rir.1 Clin
Magazines and Pictorials
ton rt ant! j oa hoJ. and tatttctlptlont tacilvrj Ur ny
pffiodlcftl jMUtic4 la Atncrlc. at tb pitlttlnri lo?i
A f ocrtl It fsfrtnent of the test
Daily and Weekly Newspapers,
from the Eailrr cttli, of ta I.ttrt .lit .1 M!t.!,
rf Iti4 lj ticif ualu.
P0.iT VtLlCS bVlLblSO.
Tocliew and 13illinilM.
FUN F0RALL0F THE BOYS.
rr Social Aaaaartaral far Ike Jlonrj laan
la ta rwaast ws4fSier Vark.
Sign Red Letters in Front.
WILLIS KKSLKK k CO.
SEXT DOOS TO AXXCICJX WC,.I'.!.
ME AT MARKET M
TTi. salacrKxr ta.tef bxiM xt 1.1. lat nHnf, .111
taashaw tk alar Mrst M.raat At tt -II . j.t
a.t ' U Will's lUNvsat aVarr, aArtt L at I ary a
Haa4 all slaJt
Fresh Heats, lieef, Mutton, Port,
F.iC, TC. Ut WlU. AUO
Fay Gash for Hides and Fun.
Xiwm f tt-fttWrol atraffc fttfr- rrlr.
WISCONSIN ANt) MICHIGAN
49, 51 AK 53 iajtta n avoce.
awrr wm cash a miix ra ci.
. a. a.rmax.
j. a. staxn,
Chapman k Gibwn,
HOUSE, SIGN A CARRIAGE
, , . . .. .
1''1T.t-ft' " '' . a44aw
aafsm. Vm. nm Jltraas aaa amatk Mimi. auaa.
Mkm aM ,.. aaaw . alaaaa.
.... nr. . .....
At the Wind Mill.
and Coffees at the smallest prices.
l'Ko Istua aTuK.
WELT M. DURHAM,
Real Estate and Insurance
JVC 12 1ST,
HAS FOR SALE
Wild Lands, Improved Farms,
UOTTOK. rKAlllK AXD TIMBKK LAM..
In Ktrrjf Pari ef It City, Imrvri 4 rl-trftti.
Best Fire. Life and Accident
Home, X. Y., Assets over $.,000,000.
Kecl'kitv.X.Y., " " ,000,000.
Axur.s, Cash Cai-itai, 1,000,000.
X. Y. I.irr, Avset!onf.ii 1X.000.000.
f 1. V. 1'Assi.MiEK. Cash Ci- .".00,000.
Established in 1805.
Oldest Business House in Salina.
Dilile & I ti in,
WHOLESALE AND RLTAtL KEMKH? IN AXtl MANC
Harness. Saddles, Collars, Ac.
Also Bridles, Whips, Sue.
9tf Santa Fi: Avr-itr,
Another Direct Route Eastl
Hurrah for.tho Corapetiug Line !
AT THE FRONHER GALLERY
ro. Tl antA ft AvrH, ffattna, Kiimt
. at Ibr oll ataftMl r . - slu U
1W0PUNC0LH -W im lunj lth thr Wl nA ml
COtxttrt? alurk fT). l'lfttr. Ac . &C.,tver jUIdJ
to Wrttcra Kftitfaat. Iir iIm htt ntft r
man , ooc mttn Ufallj conftAftl t tUt tafe ofUkJtf k
turci In ,ey fvrtn, Tmtettirr t ctlRrlt. Iff grftU
ILra mil )? pta ftf 4rtJ llotf,
llr rrwiltr lobr io twUtf.
Tbtl vhtrvVr tm f jm wMfH -.
A SinrpUturc U3 U Ukt W
Sly roA U U&t. rtj g ttef Wp.
Mj pi1tw fJs,I acl ty fmf Ui ;
! uk IWcb I'fritf l tl I ner4.
A rttTjr (if i lake tk If 4
COXZOyZ. CtZSALLAXiZKXr Wvtt.
or MtkT o(5Cairr.osj.
Corn Planters, Corn Stalk Gutters,
ALL KINDS OF PLOWS,
TO ft IT lirtriHUiT.
At Jacob tonvAtVH.
ai.sir.CTtasM i xtitu. is
Choice Brands of Family Flour,
UHal, JtBJaU VIH. KTC.
fl4 Aa. I'M.,
L. M. f f rr.UL II. . VOoaMt.
8TEELE J. WOODEN.
Real Estate k Insurance Agent
Taa OSritTV. UAMAm.
fUltUmlimlfmtmliit aW.S. aaat aWII.
orncc. o mxmi bait or co err nocm.
orrOflTK TltC CA1LA. IAT RK Of MVoT
MUMIIi laYMISS j
Al raaa.lra. Trin mml avato fslw.l
an a Wi M Ut taaa rtiXi rasn. Im mil. t
IMtntnauanaiiM MS in. itmMM
ta BW Im. un Is
Bar BaTlliai !.
.. CaV. rwa. fulmin, Cia.l fnaas.
lSrfi,lc,MkMUillam. Ala. Qa. aa.
Tiaatmi. irtia a4 f' t-i. i"". till.
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n 1 1 as as. AatOl UftltaMMinA-l. .a
a aily. AAm tt dm tass-M ttrm M aana.
aawtMsaaaat. Caaaataa. W.t.iUtUaH
aaaw. Kaa., rak. f . SI.
EVERT 0HE 18 8UITED II !
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Parjaaat -.. 4. a.Wai
Drugs, ftiroiciurs, 5cc.
- GO TO
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
Paints arid OK,
VARNISH, WINDOW GLASS,
COAL OIL LA UPS,
K -V XCY C- O O I H J
Trusses and Shoulder Braces,
PURE WINES AND LIQUOI
Patent and Family Medicines,!
TO., &TO., XTO,
A. Oosx&rleto aitoolaV oaT
Letter and Note PapersA
OlII. lurtilttirc. attc
la a Word, at
PROBERTS DRUG STORH
Will be Found every Articie ir
tho Drug Line
PREPARED AT ALL HOUASJ
. Ice CoW Soda Water
mm tk mm weatki
ntOM TUFTH MUftW r0U.VT.15J
Ckoks Ctgan tfld Tkwev
J. C Woodwortf.
rtrtf aar la tit I
lakaaaaaiasssa,aa. CaB aaal
Qftal Pnirlt Haat.'
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