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HE ALINE 0UNTT(AnWA3L
TntJJDAY,"MAT 4, 18715 15
The city Is litearlly fliU of itnager
Dc Witt U now idling the best wagons la the
The MinJs.liavelx.-eii very spunky of late
blowing " IikcMXty."
Col. Philip is expected home, iu a few days,
from Washington. -
Rev. J. II. Lee, Epicopalian, will preach at
the court Iioiim: next Sabbath, luonilug and af
ternoon. Rev. J. L. Jones, it hose sickness vc an
noimeed last week, died at Solomon City, yes
The newly appointed Uesbter of the C. S,
Land Office. Mr. Itoud. lias been in town. We
tWM to be a crj- iilcatttit gentleman.
Daniel Mitchell, Deputy U. S. Collector, UI
viit Salina on Ttttwlay- next for the purpose
of collecting the U. S. Income tax.
G. M. Simeotk. Kx... of Council Grove, is In
tmin. limLimr rrnml.n it 11 red and nursV aS Of
old. G.iV. is a host within himself.
John Foster, Esq., attorney, has removed his
ofliccJuto the second story of Dihle & Davis'
liarne-s and soddjc store, front room.
They do say that Wldtehead, at the post-ollli-e.
is the l-t jeweler In Western Kansas."
What cverbody say must lie tnie.
J. K. Longiiker has commenced the erection
ot tils innic room anl .ewing-niaclitnc depot,
on Ash Street. He ill have a good building.
We notice that LotzJfc Holland are doing a
good real tofcitc bu-ines. They haveachoice
lot o: kind and city loN for saleatgooil rates
Go to Goethal's for the best assortment of
fire-arms, amniiition anlgun aeeoutermenUln
the city. He will do your " mending " alo.
Kdnin i;. Bowen.ot Junction City, HI pe
a real estate offlee her.'. We are much pleased
with hisai'pearanee.and UiinklicwiUdoocll.
' Happy as a big sun-flower," is Chat ley
Tres-in sellin? t'w best kind of stoves, all kinds
of h trsl-warc and agricultural implements, as
sisted by the good-natured Robb, bis clerk.
Dai Is county is now organizing an agrictil
Mral Nfiety, and purpo-es having a fair tliis
fill. ItisaioV-tima, wethink, they were up
Doncgan & Dyer prnio.e to hold auctions at
their tah!c. for the sale of all kinds or flock.
cciy Saturday; the lira oneto take place on
tlie 13th of May.
We are requested to announce that the Meth
odic church bt.ilding, on Se tilth Street, Is for
sale, together with two good lots. A line
thaucc fcr a good bargain.
Cajit. MeCIure. of Junction City, will put up
aline two-tory building at the comer or Santa
Ke Avenue and Ash Street, north side, the com
ing Mimmcr. So we lvrar it raid.
ISl.-sst.-l be Th ichr for his oraugojreat, and
McIiig without number comfort him while
he wnis up in good tjle the savory iainl at
his popular restaurant.
TIitv is some talk of adding a wroml storj-
u tlie.biiilding occupied by Flanders & Martin.
and, alo, to the one now leiiig built by Mr.O.
Sci!7.;:ill of wliilii-to be UMtl as a city liall.
Werry ha.-i Ixvn following Milt to the other
entTpriing "fellow-cits," and lias setoutsev
eral -hade trees in rnmt of the Grand Prairie
Hou-e. on Santa Ke Aynue. Well done, broth
-.. m f
Mayor UuilenvootlN ho-c Is being nicely
paiutt d. It i all enclo-etl. ready for the inside
work. Good work done on tliat building. If we
are competent judges of that kind of work ; w e
are conceited enough to think we arc sucli.
.- . is
Two young gentlemen from Massachusetts,
on Monday, suirtcd In a little boat front Salina,
bound for Xcw Orleans. We admire the pluck
ofthcM! Vankcu boys, and wish them a pleas
ant voyage on their winding way to the sea.
Klander & Martin liave been adding a new
sign to the front of their building. Tlie linn
name was so-iwllinc ago very finely painted mi
the wall on Iron Avenue. The firm appreci
ate the force of ad ertl-iiig.
Mrs. U.S. Lincoln, -on Scentli Street, Is in
receipt ofa fiiui assortment of millinery goods.
irhVh she is di -in ' clusaplr to the la.iies of
Saliua and it-initj-. She will also keep for sale
pin, needles. ladies' hairnets and lace collars.
We liavec'iing-ii about that old and familiar
by mu Suit we. have often hcard.at camp-meet-
v41ugs. so t!utitreads."Mayisas pleasant as De-
iiiIkt. &i:, and Miig it with loud acclaim,
jut now. Oli ! its fearfully, unceasingly cold.
Bacheldor, the murderer, was found guilty
of murder iu tlie second degree, at the late term
tiftlie Di-trict Court of Ottawa county, and
sentenced by Judge Caulleld to twelve years
of lianl labor iu tlie State penctentiary.
E. II. Eames ha sold his butcher shop and
iiten-IN" to Messrs. Granger and Battesby.
He g:j notice in this Iue of the paper that
all per-on'liat arc owing him must call upon'
'liiiuaiid pay up.
Rev. J. T. Wil'on.pf Bavaria, who Is now
px-tor of the United Presbyterian church of
Topeka, calleil and chatteil with us pleasantly
foran hour or more, on Friday last. This ex
cellent gtutleman wilt always receive a most
hearty welcome w illi u.
Mr. C. T. Bow n. who has been a resident of
our comity for the last four month, is estab
lishing a dtiry two mile north of the Saline
river, and will commence running a milk wag
on in tlie city. He will sell tickets for twelve
quarts of milk, for one dollar.
Xext week a bran new adveQiscincnt of the
bran new stock of goods of Flanders & Martin
will apiHir in Thk Jouiwau In the meantime
do not let our Mincring people continue to suf
fer because it is not brought to sight.
Mr. Field", from Topeka, who intends or
ganizing classes of instruction In piano and or
an niii-ic i expected to arrive hvaorrow, and
will be found at the nidcnceof Dr. J. K.Long
ficient in the musical art, and must sneered.
As there is a good chance of tee crops the
coming season, in this country, we are of the
opinion that the grist mills that we now have
in this county will be unable to do all tac
rriniliiur that will have to be tlooe. at that
there is a good opening for another
Atiro-coiupaiiy U aotacthie Salina neiib
wry much, but unta ce ha one, tbe oaly -sitraiicca
persou can possibly hare of hi prop
erty boiiixrostorotl to Wat lu tlae, lacuc of
lire, UtotakeoutpoUciMia itwwe iBmnace
couiiMiiip- at lnrla8 oflce wt Saafi Te.
The European war dosed, theSan Domingo
question settled, and the'exdtesacnt upon all-
aDsorhing topics in different parts or me worm
hashed up, EngQshmen, IrUhmen, Genaen,
Frenchmen, Scandinavians and Americans, are
hastening to Durham's, to invest in the fertile
land and desirable dty lots he has for sale.'
We had a cordial shake of the hand from
John W. Williams, Esq., day before yesterday.
Mr. Williams Intends returning to our place
about tlie last of this month, to remain perma
nently, and will establish a law office here.
He will pay particular attention to land con
tcstsand any business In the U. S. Land Office.
Tlie bank or Mr. Geis will be open for busi
ness, soon. Tlie huge safe, which Is to hold
tlie surplus cash of this country was duly an
chored within its proper receptacle, the other
dav. Doc. Jenncy. the Hrtald man, " us," and
the other lazy men oflhe county, were not
around, as usual, to help this monster into his
Messrs. Combs and Wilcox, or Brookvillei
were in town, Tuesday, getting their official
Imnds approved. Both gentleman are among
our best fellow citizens, having the warmest
hopes for the future greatness or Saline county.
Combs is making money in the livery business
andis Justice of the Peace; " between the two
he will make a Hung."
Tlie U. S. Land Office is crowded with busi
ness. Tlie laud seekers begin to occupy the
ground about the office with their teams, and,
or a dark night, their tsunp is not unlike that
of the gypsies. AbouCone hundred and fifty
declaratory statements and homestead entries
were made the other day when we were there.
and it was not a good day for them either.
No better agent for any business than J. K.
Longakcr can be found. A. SumnerA Co.. for
whom he is the special business man of this
county, have given him the credit of being a
successful as any other of tlieir agents, and
making larger sales than mot of them. Tlie
number of pianos, organs and sew ing machines
he has disposed of In the past few month, has
Deen simply prodigious.
We had a very pleasing con,cration with
Capt. Prcscott, the other day, about his Wash
ington trip. He beard the Sin Domingo ques
tion discussed in the Senate, saw all the big per
sonages and all places of interest, lingered for
awhile by.the tomb of 'Washington, and then
made his homeward trip, more than satisfied
with his journey, and his experiences at the
Xew comers, who are looking for homes in
our country, are as plentiful as luicKlelierries
in June. Our real etate agents have to scratch
their heads (for this purpose simply) to think
ofsuitablc places for these many homeless indi
vidual. Let them come by the thousands.
We will provide room, iu omc wav, for them
all. It Is our opinion that Saline will jret her
quota of immigration this fall.
The linard of equalizaiioii will meet at the
county clerk's otllce on tlie fir,t Monday iu Ju
ly for the justification of all assessments. In
accordance with the law. after that time no
abatements of taxes can lie made. Persons
considering themselves erroneously atsc-cd,
should 1m- promptly in attendance at the meet
ing, and ir by their own neglect they fail to ob
proier redress, they should "ever afterwards
hold their peace."
Capt. D. W. Henderson left Friilay for Lin
coln Center, Lincoln county, w itb the lir-t load
oflumlier for the firt building in the town.
Tlie buildingwill lie twenty by twenty-eight
feet, and one story. He w ill uc it for a store.'
We are sorry to no longer uuinlier the Captain
among our most valuable eitizen, bopmg pros
perity may alwaysatteud him. and that he may
make as many warm friends In his new locution
as he lias made here.
We nviovo a cill fnmi Maj. E. S.Stovi-r.of
Council Grove. His Nit broii;Iit iidly to
miml p1c:isaiit rclaiiuns of lliepxst.ainlcn'atiil
in us a lon;iiigto lite out aaiu a part of tin
life gone by. Tliu Major Is one of the l't
iiipii of We.strrn KaiiN-is, a prrfect "t'litli'iiian,
always tnie to tlie principles of rilit, aii'l pos-
iseil of line aciiuirenieiits. He lias Inn! the
recipient of eiinsitlcrable ilKtinctiou of late
years, and is destine! to obtain still greater pre
ferment. We were gratified to learn from him
that the Ilepublieans of Council Grove are
about to M-cure the establishment f a paper
united to their faith. A Mr. II. J. Gregory, of
Galliopolis, Ohio, is the projector. They liave
their tomachs tilled Uh the Hastiness of
Slian,of tlie Democrat. Major Stover is a
real estate dealer, and his presence was ueeess
ary at the U. S. Land Ofllce iu our city.
The form originally owned by Major II. II.
Merrell, of Gypsum creek, has been sold by
him to Mr. Geonre II. Cole. Iatel v from Massa-
cbiLssftu, wc lielicyc. This farm, through the
untiring energy- oTdor Merrell, lias been
bniughttoa high state of improvement, and
lus the reputation of being about the best in
the comity. iMr. Cole's acquaintance we value
highly, as we consider lilm a tine gentleman in
every resjiect, and ju-t Mich tneu as he, we de
sire to see iienuancutly settled on tbe rich laud
of our county. As for the Major, we are glad
to know (hat he is still to be numbered among
our citizens, though he lias seen fit to dispose
of his beautiful place. Full of Im sines , life,
energy, noble hearted, liberal, joMy,au(Iagood
companion, he ingratiated himself into our fa
vor before we liad hanlly;becomeacqiiaintcd
with him. May his shadow never grow less I
Tlie appcarauce on our streets of the white
cauvas top wagon, the sure sign of immi
grants' presence, is becoming an cverr day
occurrence. We have noticed a dozen trams
of them iu tlie la-t few days, and they were
generally followed by good stocK. We notice
of Lite that the class of immigration arming
daily, in wagons, is much better in looks tliau
it was twi! or three years ago. 1 lieu came for
the most part, lank", lean and dilapHlated sliad
ows, behind horse and ox-nVA tliat liad all tlie
Ills their species are heir to, with old rickety.
tumble-down wagons which migt liave been
used in Joseph's forty years' funeral procession
for aught we know. Xow, arc seen freshly
painted, new wagons, filled with sturdy look
ing men, liealthy, clear eyed matron, and ny
cheeked yougsters. Then the immigrant was
shirtless ; now he i thrifty. Verily, things are
The county printing was submitted to bids.
according to notice, aud ou Tuesday last, tlie
commissioners awarded the printing to tbe Her
ald, that paper having agreed to do tbe work
ninety per cent below the legal rates. W e are
satisfied with the explanation gives by Capt.
Hanna, and coasratulate the county upon its
bring able, for only once since its organiza-
uou, t get iu printing done ftr aothing. But
we are sorry to see tbe Captain, for whom we
have greateht esteem, aacraftoal by some few
of Ms friends, who work fetifclr day and night
to kill off Tin Jockxal by their "Saracenic
attack upon our, Christian camps." Ta-
dolhu WOK, treaty oar paper has. siace iu
origin, persistently denounced Mich rascals as
they. WewUhtbemsucowa. TnaJocKAAia
existence isttota&cted by their haby attacks,
la trying to spite us they hare.hktea off their
own noses. Mtaeaad dht doot win. PUrfa
D. F. Donegaa was busy the hut of last week
and the first of this, delivering from the depot
the stone intended for the corners, window
sIHs, window caps, and the other ornamental
parts of Hamlin A Wooley'a new building, on
the corner of Iron and Santa Fe Avenues. The
stone is brought from Manhattan, and is a very
tee qnaHty of what b known as the white mag-
nesian lime-stone superior to the renowned
Junction City stone.
Four Immigrant teams were in the city, Sat
urday, bound for McPberson county, to settle
on the Smoky Hill river, twenty-five miles
south of Salina. A Sir. Myers, the head of the
party, was out last fall and pur.hased land
there. They are from Iowa and Wisconsin, and
we are Infonned that about twenty additional
families, from their respective localities, will
join them. The party that passed through
here on Sat unlay liad some very fine stocx, con
sisting of horses and cattle.
But a few years will elapse before the atten
tion of capitalists must be drawn hither, when
it is widely circulated and known that we Iiavc
beneath our soil deposits of salt, which, for rich
ness, as the most learned geologists say, are un
surpassed In any state in the Union. Capital
will be invested soon In the manufacture of this
article, and thus will another one of our vast
number of resources make the country famous.
The Continental salt company, of this county,
arc doing an extensive business, and arc well
satisfied with their investments.
V. S. fsrn-lors s. c. t'onKEor awl A. CiLDtrt ll.
lh-rrs-ntatiTi? in Courivs I. P. Lowe.
JuitiemurthrbuiiraiKUotiit S. A. KiMiiux, ClaW
JiMiw; 1. J. ISaBWExaixl.D. II. Vaulxtuee, AmocI-
klkmnav. TakksX. IttBTxr.
Ijrutraut liinrrnur r. r. txnes.
Jtifivtarr or State W. II. Sjuioatood.
Trrnsuivr 1. K. Haycs.
Auditor A. 1 IKIMAS.
Mipt-nutctiiltiit or Public In."trnctlun II. D. McCar
A. L. Wiluajls.4
Jwlcorthe District Omrt-W. II. Cucfield.
jsi-niituraith Ii-trit I. II. l"iux.wrr.
i:-iit-iittivi-Ith Iitrlrt-J. II. kai.
Oiuiitr CoinmUsiunrM-M. II. muus, J. C. Tkr
nv aiHl 1. II. iiascsiiAH.
t In oniH- IiUrict.'sHirt A. S. Xincnnr.
I'ilJratrJn.liir A. M. ilKKHK.
Iimnt (lirl Imviii IIlfiie.
OiuntV Tinauivr MirrKU) Axkim.
Mu riff t. W. Kl ssEia.
Iti-KLsti-riiriHiiki A. mih-Ikix.
Omiitv Atrami-y J. 12. Moiilik.
Mtin-rintrtnlrnt luktlc 1 nut rod ion A. P. Coi.uns.
Mimv-C. K. ITvikkwioi.
Umnrilm n V. II. Flamorh, imnlInox, Cie
Eiml'osT. It. II. DiiiLKaivIK. It. Ul-llor.
Police Juilr liui Kiistlu.
tVrk Kio n Wilumax.
Tn-osun r Thomas Clo d-lev.
Miihal V. M. Cuutksok.
City Attonwy -S. A. Wilum v
U. S. Revenue Tax.
CoLLKCTOItV 0 FK K DlSTUKT OK K 1XHA,
I.KAM1XWOKTII, April, 171 -
Thr asri-intnt Ut of Inmiu' tax fur tin year ending
-rtnilKr.tI. KO, aivlof Mnrrial Tax forllw arnl
inMay I, IrtTi, Iijw Imyd iLufl In my hai-U liy the
Anxvitoor nf Iut nial R vt-uur for tin litrict of Karif-M,
anil th wfJwU.lHrandpJtable for the cMiiit of saline
Io DeMty V. i. O.llertor Daniel Mitchtll, at JunctloD
citomir lHionMjy 10, tul.
To each aeiim-ut" reni-iininif unjiaiil on the 10th lay
Maj, IH71, therrWiHlte a.Me.1 a fer of Twenty rents,
for lhnianlXotirr." aiiti earh a.VM-iuiiKnt umatl on
theoth-lay of Mar, 1K7I, will be a-Mnl a teiult of
live ar rent., mciioun petuiiyiwuiiecuiu-cieM wtm
aiwl as iurt of the original aM-vmmt .
ttro. T. AvnioMr,
Collector Internal Ucvenui- District of Kansas.
For the ciHiTMiimrr of Tax . cth, I will In- at .sali
na, Tiu-Kiliijr Mar sitli, l.HTl.to n'-if Tara ilur as
almtc. IUmh. MlTdiil.L,
IHlitit) L. a. tiillrrtnr.
A. T. Crier's
BOOK I VARIETY STORE
IS T1IK PLACE TO BUY
Maps, Fancy Goods,
Diaries, "" Laces,
FapCrS, I ALL L.ITSST .tXD
lOffS, . J BIST STYLES.
Agent American Bible society
Grov.T & Baker sewing machine,
incur in cue No KewixiAm: ur Tiiueak.
Santa Ff. Ave., Salina, Kansas.
S3" Sign Runknml Varirty Store.
J. W. Kussell & Co.,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
To Lovers of Good Horses.
The Celebrated llorsc Lightfoot
Kirrnlly broaptit fnim Marncnb, Ills., will nuke the
mmhi of K71 in s4Juuit KaiuiM. at thr livi-rj vtalilr of
Ifcmrjnm tyrt' ami will br prniiilttit to arrrr nan
ai llMr UHHiwitvcirmu: vjviu wmirsnuir miniiMi;
$12 lir the M-amHi. mrahlr brn tbr iM-iricr. arc n-n.
tlrrvil. lVrisinA ilti-iln: of an animal aftrr the Mrr
trr art nwirnii in ik- nctiy rrnMMiiiiic lur inv ir.
ri.lllliUKi:. IJghtriml l of a .&rk rlir-tnut culiir,
inrra hiniU hi?h. rlil jean ui thi fiTinf, n.
Im-il IitJ. c WalilHirnr( nf Cnliio. Mo.; man iinl
livlllif ftnri. nf AlanMnb. I1U.. olit of a thonturlibml
mireofxr William; I-incc s,j. Mm! by uM lTlii)r
..nl i v.Il known . h hinnc takrn mur im-miuro. at
tlH- wale fun uf f Milo. VTr will rite a jiirtniumnf lii
furthelx-.t colt ori.t?ti:i'l. anuwsian mrBrwwH
anl U ilnlUrs for the thinl, to be exluUtnl at the Sa
hae county fair of Iffi.
I'or furtbt r irtiniUn !niOiiT of K. rt. Uiiir or C.
L. Ill -wrr, Uk urn.
CorsTrCuu'sOttira. lj(tiuto Kaxsa.,
l'uTTEiu.mi.H, Ainstb. XI
Notice U krrehy zirrn that araleil iimwxal w ill be
rerrlTnl at thU office until rwrtre o'rluek M. nf M'nl
needay. May 19th best, firliuUlinxarurt bottle at the
Cuunty aeat of aaal oiiuuty.
srEuncATioxn. The ImiMinz t to b- 3 by feet
on tbe XTuuml, with wall, trrrtslrru feet httfi. anl to W
of alone, aa follow-.: The wll for a f.xiiUtia to be
two feet high and two fret thick, one foot below ltd one
aborc tbe aurface of the EToonil : the wall fur the tnt
.ton to be elcht fcthlyh awIeUAteentnelleii thick; the
wall, for tbe eeeowl tory to be reTen feet hub awl i
Iren incheii thick; the first tnrr to hare a Unable iluor
u front, two wmlow on each aide, a pxal ami anb.
rtantial Conr, the walbi to be 4arfeml ami to be relleil
orerbead with lumber; the second atory to hate a floor.
two wiadowa on each .ale awl two win. low. in tbe froat
end, tbe wall to be plaitfrreil and to be niaotrred (or
eeilol with IitmVt) oterhead. anl to be itiTided by ir
titioaa Into three ofice momi. with rtair lmtiar up to
tbcm frora the aatle of tbe baiMing-, and the w hole to
be coTered (rood ahttt-le.1 roof; the rojub-r ned
in tbe buIMing aaiut be cond. aeaiiavnl pme lunWr:
the wall, of the lm'Minr, to be lakl In lune mortar, an-!
tbe baaac to be cwaq4eMd hi a rf . rartaara.'ae aaaa
aebysnetMiday of Aacast uttimo aad to be pal for
(when ao eoaudeUst) la rownly ram, at a we at to
n up nail will be aaaaf-1 aad radonrd a tb eaTr-,
loue.'rronoaala for BuiMnacCosrt Boaar," ao-1 for
warded by nan or otberwe. I
laintara. whereof . 1 bare beWwai. art aiy haaal al 1
nJrlal aral.ai rioniiiaana.iaaMacowaij. i
Mk dar a April. A. D. SCI.
Teaming t Hanllns.
Wetak the ii)1 iaVaWtrtolaJwmepeoro.-sJPia'
aat.ictayaBls. atrffc. ready, at aU liaar,U.4U
aaaliafaiTloa4wn qegT. nrn a-ayWIeft
tar Ofaa&rrame HoaaMof TbeaMd
3ULLMM -s wtttL
lot? & Jlollanb's Column.
KDWAW U01Z. JAMBS 80LLAKO.
LOTZ & HOLLAND,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Have for Sale Some of
The best Farms and Wild Lands
Of all Description Bought and sold.
GIVE XJ8.-A. CALL
BEFORE DEALING ELSfiWHEllE.
1st Door North Eagle Drug Store
SANTA FE AVENUE,
frto, wlih ttTMily ct, of oM frouml ; mat nit
ur ; tvalk mm nuns. Wot woi ii'lJ ui
LOTZ fc HOLLAND,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
ALL liJNDW OF
MIRBORS. WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
COFFIKSaxd BURIAL CASES
csTA:m.Y ma hax.
HEARSE AKD CARRIAGES
I Fust Dow Xocra aoui Dbm Stbu,
Santa F Avanu.
B. T. WATSON,
SUCCESSOR TO WATSON At LOTIIEN.
GREAT REDUCTION H PRICES I
CASH AND NO CREDIT IS MY MOTTO !
After ten yrt rtjrUrf In lh OROCERV TRADE,
on uwii voia oa crca mre uci tp io a utou, iai qw
Abandoned the Old
And wtU thve tbe b-nt Hh mil cL-prIne ctutntstrr that
wiaTf wpjTine ciui p ccLiav CtTr rj .i b-wic
siiatl ! keep Itte rttj
BEST GOODS THE MARKET AFFORDS,
An4 will tcdtaTor to mAlculs the rcrotitLn of Wc pin th
BEST imV XCT JSLdLXaXTOrZX OOTOITT
Largest Assortment of Sugars and Coffees at the smallest prices.
Canned 3T".xnxi,t n.d Vosctabjon , ttMitr.
A lo.l nwnwi .f Sritxl XjrUAtOi lrjl oa S4J.
Iof4CtcTiTjrl!udlcrttriK-TCHSsij!;0CtBT AM)fROUl.N srunt..
Cxoclcei-y antl Crlaxjovtii-e
DonM dlrrct ot tlie Hport'M, that tlt!n( to ttx com .inert Uw frvtli Mch thsor l-aiin; la mrttt qsutttlco ft J O
Ulcfr iarctAnt. Csh p&M tor
Or the m'aetjUett la'eicMnc fir Go4.
lliatiifdl t-r iat fTor. nJ ferUne fitSSol II at 1 tci
ftolit tie enun3tcf w i:e paircnaeoi iii ipwwiainn
Chan. C. Flcek,
OS FEfiTtf IPo Avenuo,
OS HAND A WELL ASSORTED
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
IlKPAIIUNfi dona at rcaionnble rate. JrvePrr
made to ant-r. A titfe .tack of AOATK JEM ELK V on
tiaijil. A Urge .:cc of
f fiver-Plated Ware
Ctaftaatljr on nl5. Am1tc flcJU MortuiiM iff
MUSIC UOXjKS ami
The Dft ITALIAN BTRIM13 alT.ji on hand.
A fall tine of WVtuo rrrv--. mt . Test. rcitn. Isk
Hxkrhi, ! Kitt, lUrcc. c . c.
All ttic tr.l Lliti
Magazines and Pictorials
c-tnrtnall on harij. and (itxcrlptiont rrlrrl for kny
PtIo4Ki puiviuLed la Aoerici. at the pcti.iuh-.ra lii-i
oufa ratft .
A general AMjrtmeDl of the Wtt
Daily and Weekly Newspapers,
from the Ftatrra cltle. of I! Ute,t data ai potslul,
recclrtd ! ecrj trato.
i-oat orsice bcjzoxo.
Toiliuts; ami XSillini'dH.
FUN FOR ALL OF THE BOYS.
More .Social Atuuamut fur (lie tfunrjr t'llt
la Ut br Kuutid xrtrnt ofilctf Vlk.
Sign Red Letters in Front.
WILLIS KKSLEIt Jt CO.
XX JT UOOn TO AUCP.ICAX noV&E.bAUXA
D. W. Whitehead,
Watclies, Clocks and Jewelry,
SPECTACLES, fcc. Ac.
CTB. SAXTA fSi IUOXA r-, SALIVA. KAXS
Tbr prlnKur-of th citsraa of Stiioi ao-1 Tkiattf U
WISCONSIN AND MICHIGAN
aAftii, door. RLtxxia, noi'Lumca.
Lam, T attiavtra. ruaaw aa rtmtm a-aaai,
49, 51 A5b .13 &AXTX tZ AVEfCt
i Bcr rR cabm wu rR caii.
t M 4J-V.
Chapman & Gibson,
HOUSE, SIGS d- CABBIAGE
jatrli ur. fcwa Atnaar avt ?nJ3t MmU iun
trVHUfc VntUcui. aS !raawa
mt4S ajwaaat Ittaa aay m M la U aaay..
At the Wind Mill.
I am r-nllrJ to rkcowUrVr lU il t!i rrfit mle
iuu ku -c miru imn w.r ca iraac. I nt nitlrrljr
Fogy Credit System,
IH txnr ra th a rait Tby Xtl fla4 tht ihj- J
it.o( wi wu uat, w ocrcr lr UJ Ua4 bckOi. 1
h.Ur pi-rM than ettr la glTe &trp Mtb rctlao. I
aijoiau cinur. K. T wta.,
!IS atft r Avrootf. iHuA. Kaiius.
WELT M. DURHAM,
Real Estate and Insurance
II A S F O K S A L K
Wild Lands, Improved Farms,
C0TTOU. 1-BtlSIC AND TlitUtlt LANP?.
la Ercry Part of lite Cujr, lajnoTrd aod Lulmpr9i4.
Best Fire, Life and Accident
Home, N. V., Assets oven 9 1,000,000.
Secl-kitv.N.Y., " " 'J,000,00(.
Andeii, C.vsh Capital, 1,000,000.
N. Y. I.irr, Asm: o.r.u 13,000,000.
I.. V. r.vs.sFtiEit, Cash Cu .100,000.
Establisi.ed in S&5.
Oldest Business House in Salina.
Jihle S :ivits,
WIIOLKJALC AXD Ul.TAIt. DtALrit.. IN AND ! IM'
Harness. Saddles, Collars, Ac.
Al-o Bridles, Whips, &c.
Oil s'.v:;ta Fe Avexl'e,
Another Direct Route East!
Hurrah for the Competing Line !
H nii1 IV .vriiitp llnt Ki.ijat
ul Ihculd alMUd f ii.!. Hiifl,
FNOP LINCOLN U now on hta1 rlth the fullrtt in t in. I
cn-ftrtr u-rk f-fTjr, I'JU. Xc . tVe .fcr Htittl
in Wertrrh Kidmi. II r )fv .Aa j) ritl ft-r wV
nan . ae 1mi Itfullj r.trtlr).i tw the f tallny te
turrt u an ft-rui. twiuaUcr 1W UlCkult. IferaraM.ttt
Thn all ye f-le ! erjr Ho J,
I taie rimember 6lr tn irlft,
TImI lrver t JT 7-4 ll'inl ta
A fitrt!turc ttu U latifb tj b.
Wj roni U ila:l, my rW cVp,
ly tetare rt acl vj Mock enntt ,
'lo nil fr ritylt all I tjrl.
At i rill jr fc italic Ik 1J.
COMEQXS, CO IX ALLASIp BX MY VOkA
or ii:v uucKirriot.
Corn Planters, Corn Stalk 0 utters,
ALL KINDS OF PLOWS,
to h:it tvrercoor.
At Jacob DvwiWt,
acrria kt reiaa t
Choice Urandsyf Family Flour,
UHAIM, IaL, rCKD. KTC
'Ciika aark jrKrU . tfcliV aik.l V
14 fo grata,
f AUX, (CA1JVJ.
Millinery and Dress Making.
v.m ui treat aal laLrall U lJ. a tall u fcvt
tirto t-r ln MAiaf. Trioue Ult, UwmmU,
Ac , i-mhIj UraVsi
.. n. nn re atiks. au. kasha.
orron'.r. rut tuuois, Ar not or utjrot.
teat tjoiitiu asd tAftiinu
11 i..V.rf Tf rataafaf lUtMatafaBa
antllvilMIXa-ffx'lf raira. Ff- Mali t
Bitr.Hr ai utftyu mn.
trw. t-s. Ca.. n Omt-OimrtJ. Caaa4 fnff
t-. MM aa r-y Cr .rV. Au.. -4. i
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.mmmw I1m.1Is.IIM feMM4 . mm J m9 . I
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EVERY ONE IS SUITED I! I
The JPucllIc Hoiiw;
la rmvVru. frtd tUUi U .aalrnir . a-.a (aralW4
ffs . rwMa. 99 99 mmmm ! I f " -
7 t-m taVan. vrr. a W aaa to rii.i at a4 Urn
atA 90 rmal tmtmti
lYces: llait Tree ! ,
u AiMawi 1 tftu'i iv.r 4 fm't
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;g wr-ArT aaliaaaaT amrjmmm 9999 a-w av a laaar ja.-
9TJ, 9 aiiai. 99 a.aa
Btugs, iUffJirinrs, 5:r.
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
Paints and Oils,
VARNISff, WINDOW GLASS,
COAL OIL LAMPS,
V ANCY (- O O 1 N
Trus3usaud Shoulder Braces,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
Patent and Family Medicines,
tTO ETC, ETC.
-A. Ooniploto aS tools, of
Letter and JVW? Papirs
OlII;e l-'iii-uitniM, Hci3.
3 ii : Word, ut
probekts mm SJORK
Will be Found ovory Article in
the Drug Lino-
PREPARED AT ALL HOURS.
Ice CoM &da Water
DUBMG THE SUMMEI WCATItl
Fjyjji Turr.-i Aiumc fountalv
Choice Cigars aod ToWoca
J. C Woodward,
IJLACK M ITU.
Tb aVrtrf iHoJf -- .
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m 9MmL La tL. tym m it 94 a9 A
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ir WUIV. . 9m-wm -
as? b. li--. 9lf 9A ttMi aaai Aa a-a-raa.
aviAk4 CiATa, lalam Mli
Grand Prairie Hi
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