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). THErWEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1871.
Fresh cranberries at WaU-on.
. V-til-fiT s..W-u. flort'-of t& ifcek was
Tlie t1.oii.it of tin? late deft-ated," an-,
A substantial, two-story, frame residence
ffoiny up on Fourth -treet.'""at
Just above the dam soon to be built, there
will lie a good placfr tho skaters Uiiswiutejavuce witli Durham,
Buck wheat flour from North Topcla mills,
John M. Dauiclson. or Saline county. U elect
eil Railroad Assessor of the 8th Judicial II
trict. - sa
Viiat is better .iau a fragrant HavanaJ"'
I, ci" r -MVC for :l U'wrtir.
Hon. Ira A. Ruzick. of Lincoln county, eiiy
lightened us at tlieauctuin, yesterday.
- a a a --
Xctv sugar-cured ham and pickled pork, at
Judge C.iulicld's majority in the 'district is
709. Verity, the district hath done it ell!
i a '
The highest price paid for hides at Golden &
Ilagcraan'g meat market. t
a a u aa "
The sidewalk in our neighborhood is in a
worse condition than the celebrated " Jordan
Uoodnotv'a residence, begins to asMiuie aliape
and beautiful fontinudcr tlie masterly iiic
cliauical skill of Ieoiuinl & IlodiK
We notice, by the Xorwalk (O.) Refeetvr. the
arrival at tb.it place of Frank Ilates mid Dr.
Seger, both of Saline County.
Tin; plasterers are at work in the second
story of Hamlin &. Wooley's store. It will soon
be finished and ready for the Ma-onie order.
Many nutv-coircr an: to lie m-cii on our
streets. H'c are n.-ceit ing a fair proportion of
the immigration into Kin.i-.
Why don't yoitg.i to Murphy's loryourlwjt
and shoes, where you can get the best and the
cheapest? Call and see tlio-e premium boots.
Judge Hamilton has iioeu Utting up a forloni
looking .structure on Seventh street, aud now
presents for rent a very rojiuy aud comforta
ble residence. "
Woodville Tripp, whom everybody knows
iu this country, was elected sheriff of Ottawa
county, over Mr. Easely, a former resident of
GeK bank is nearly linl-hetl audjrtTl lie ready
for occupation in a week or so.The internal
arrangement of the banking room is very
Underwear for men and bovs, suits of all
grade, Iove, collar?, overcoats, hats, caps,
and everything found iu a flrt-class clotliiug
etore, are lining sold rapidly evcrv ilav at the
Saliua Clothing .Store.
. ) ' -
Wu arc requested to state that there will lie a
di.iitiou pariy for the h'tie'lt f Uev. T. S.
Lo.ve, at the residence of Opt. (!. ii. Lowe,
on Tiicsdavevif fliur next. Nov. 2lt. 1M7I. All
are int it.,l' to atteml.
AVc ar.: luuplcascTl" know that Solomon,
SU.vens,Treis,,irer,a.l.I. 11. Fisher. C ..1:.
CterS. of JljWier-j.1 .riuty.luivebeen reelect-
c-d to their respective otUiv hi that county.
IJoth geiitlemeu are arc miplishe-l and ellieieut
Mr. X. S. Curtis, a-n: of the Kansas l'acif
i : at this place, informs u tlut he will receive
at the depot iu a few diy several c-ar loids ut
coal, which lie will deliver and sell in any part
of the city at fortv cuts iier bushel. Imve
your orders with him.
m m m 1
3. Heller, the champion clothier of Western
Kauris, continues tc com ince the people tlut
tlie Saliua Clothing House is the best plaw to
buy clotliiug, underwear ami gents lurni-liiiig
Of all the wonls of tongue aud jien,
Thesiddetarcllicsc: -It might hat eliecu."
Such ttas the expression of a mortal when he
went home lamenting that he had not bought
:i box of tho-c di'liejous oysters kept by Kd
Why diies uot the agrieiiltural society make
some effort .to -ettle its delt ? What has bis
come of the money that ttas'iiilleeted during
the late fair? These are ipiestioiis te would
like to have answered. There is something out
of gear ao.uowiien.'.
The City M irsh il is looking up the owners
of property on S iut.i Fe avenue not cniiijilying
with the -idevvalk ordinance, and telling tlum
to a tend to this duty, "which is the same."
VTIiich is sensible, indeed.
Our liotelsare doing a thriving business. We
Live the hotels, beside, numbers of hoarding
houses. The register of the City Hotel aud
PacUtt Utilise ea:h sh.nv a ilaily average of
uveuty-tive to lirty new arritis.
Iist Monday, M. Heller, at the Salina Cloth
ing Store, rm-itcd the largest stork of goods
that he has eter jet rccchcd at this placv.eon
isting of men and bot clothing, rassiinere
good., hats and caps, undershirts and drawers.
Call ami examine.
If jou desire lianicss u1Mll whieh lUs tcu
bestowed superior tt ort,uianhip. saddles that
arc easy, tthljis tliat are tery siapK-ry.,go
to J. W. Kusseirs. FasH-tt aud Ih-rry will hi
itiate you into all the wonders or the trade, and
make you an adept at ilistiuguislmir what is
nice iu the liarucss line.
Mr. A. Sicgol. proprietor of the Xetv York
More, lias purcli:tsd nle i0t at the comer of
of hanta re ami Ash, aud design buildin
ti.rMn2ilAr.'..st.i.-..ri.ri..i ....:. 3tT'"
Vr"...,M-Vt!, ., ..- "-;"-ra ""u,rrinylm-)iytlutIeati)nMrientim.lvadiieuiy
s- j....,-- --r .... vuuu eiuri nr a
town hall. Here i more cutenuisc and nluck
- T T
There lias been a great flood iu Cliiiia. It
is estimated tliat ten thousand Mpiare miles as
Tein-Tsin an- tinder water. A greater dood is
hapiH'uiug at It. T. Watsou's. lor jut pile of
the best and clicayest gnxvrn, iueeiis-are.
Ac, are floating iu at the front door of hi. bti.
11 ess house. (o and see him.
It wiin that tiv ttere mlsinfonnisl when tve
nnnouueed last week that IL 1). Mo'jjcy had
lieen elected representative of Ottawa omnty.
Mr. Ilolliugsworth. of Lindsay, was elected to
tliat orUr. Dick savs the reason A; was no
elected was because he couldu't get vote
Mr. Harry Copper, late of Colunibu, Ohio,
and Indianapolis, Ind., where he has been en
gaged in the same business, uas just become
interest4 with Mr. W. A. Thaeaer, in his re
taurantOSCr. Copper is an adept in resUurant
keeping, ana will greatly ait in retaining
the excclleut reputation Mr. Thadier ha ac
quired for his house. Tbee geaUetaen will
improve their room, adding bay windows to
the front. Jtc.
" Evcrythipg" can be found at Flanders
Tlie ponderous form of Capt. James Marsh
presented Itnelf in the city to-dat Wc 'bad
almost forgotten that there was such a. being
in existence as the "captain, not liariug een
him for no long a time. He lias lately gone to
Cuming on Gypwia creek, thU county. '
One urairie fire in Southern Kansas was
reckoned twelve miles in width, and ran a dis
tance of tucutr.fire miles, ilestroying every
thing In its way ; and thU reminds us that noth
ing in tlie MiaiHj of property Is .ife"lu the pres
ence, Kanas' terrible fire-fiends. Insure at
Ocorg! W. Martin, of the Junction City fi-
ion, ha been astonishing Western Kansas with
wonderful feats of pugilLsiuSj a side. We
are glad that we have a brother among u who
can successfully resist the effrontery of pug
nacious individuals with the fist as well as with
tlie pen. That sorrel-top '' was not Made iu
,-vaig.; was it, George?
'D. F. Donegal! offers for sale, for the low
sum of $ll,.Y0,a stock rauche with.i Ik-oiI ofl
cattle, S Millies and farming implements. Tlie
land is mostly good bottom, situated iu Mc
Pherson comity, about twenty miles south
west of Sniina. In the bargain is also included
ICO acres of tine laud adjoining Brookville.
Here is a rare bargain.
Most everybody's father or uncle is said to
have owned at an early time several acres in
the heart of what h now the city of Chicago,
and the descendant laments tliat the "old
gent" was so wonderfully fetupid as to liave
sold his interest too soou. Jx-am a lesson
from this, and buy cheap lots aud land from
Durham, which are situated in about the future
Chicago of Western Kansas, Salina.
Mr. A. Sheldon lias been put in cliarge of on:
public school for the period of three month'
iu consequence of the protracted illness of Prof.
Hamilton, who lias been unable to conduct the
school for a couple of mouths. It is to lie
ho'tcd that the professor will sonu regain his
health and be able to re-ume his po-itiou. as
Saliua can illy afford to Ioe the Mrtices of a-
good an educator as he is.
Salina fur tlie first time in her history has a
first-class photographer. His skill is "more
than superior." His name is L. II. .Maltlt. Wc
have seen some of his work, aud if is ahead of
auvthiugtve hat e seen lieforeiuKausas. Call and
get your picture taken ; scud it to the Eastern
home, that the old folks may know how good
looking you have grow 11 tt bile " pioneering iu
An excursion is projected by which lioua
title .settlers, who came to Kairsis. early, hate
opportunity to ti-it their former homes.
committee, of which Col. Phillips of this place
is one, has Ihvii 4-lected.to wlioni applicatioua
for tickets mty lw m.il,-. t'lie fare from the
State line to Uostou aud n-tuni will be SKS.O0.
Further particulars will soon lie git en.
We made an error, last week, iu the state
ment that the. baud deigned git iug a hop the
latter liart of next month. It was the latt
thU, likely ou Th.inks;;iiing evening, the 30th
iiist. Tlie new Masonic Hall, iu the sceond
storj- of Hamlin & Wool ley's stone building,
has been secured for the occaiou. Tlie pre
parations for the hop are ample and warrant a
fX ,"1nl ,,w ' urSlH' U'orta.,
cot.n y tluu :u.y ht.ig.else, a large lobb.
s,""1'1 '""" "''.7 'IU t.
our member of the Legislature iu effecting the
pas.ige of a constitution it ami cff.-ctitv law.
Let us all unite iu this good effort, for the fu
ture prosperity of the country depends upon
this matter. Iluiulrsd of people will le ciU
pellcd to leave the country if the law is uot
-Mr. S. A. Wildmau. city attorney of Saliua,
ha lieen ottered a partner-hip with a leadiug
attiirueyat Xorwalk, Ohio, aud ttill leave for
that place the first of next week. Mr. ttild
uiau, altliough ipiitc young, ha, receited hi
share of tlie law bu.iucv iu this country, aud
lias worked himself into tlie confidence and re
spect of our people. Possessed of a good legal
mind and Hue culture, his loss from the balma
bar ttill not be ea-ily lilled. Kind Protidcnce
attend you, Samuel, iu your uetv location.
N'othin is m r. enjoyable to the bil-iuesS
menofa tow.i thri t- slm Us firmer friend
makiug coutiuti il visits to the h.isiuess streets.
Frjm every inlet to the city, of.en, ttv sec a
long iine of fanners wagons, ami at noon a
lit ely confusion along Santa Fe ami other busi
ness streets of the place. Every corner, with
its clustering teams, and every store tvitli clus
tering customers, show that busy traffic which
speaks so pleasantly for our mereliautile enter
prise. City and country are mutually depend
ent, and it Is a good sijrn to see the two amica
bly combined iu tiling traffic.
The Herald iimii has been givinjf The .Tocr
xal suiiiu -jriitiiltions adrertisino; in tliu
lost two issues of it4 iiancr. but we arc not
exactly thankful for the kindlier (?). U'hilc
lie lias poue into the business, tve hoie lie will
go still farther anil credit properly tho-e lociN
lie purloins from The Journal. Tlie Herald
will till week, undoubtedly, jjjve account of
the railro.id accident, the theft tro'm Heller's
awl a score of other itoun we pitbliIicd last
week. WlicnTilE Joi-RVtt. Is tardy the local
department of tUoJIerald i a dry affair.
U'e are plea-cc to see that Salina i biosed
with a set of ftr.t-c.M inecliauics. and while
tlie " Lazy Blacksmith and John O'Brien en
joy enviable reputation in hore--ho-in-' aud
other brauehc of their lm-ine". Allen McEI-
roy take the lead iu tlie manufacture of bug.
zi-s, tilkits, btick-boanl'i. Ac It lia recently
been my jroo,) fortune to be the recipient ot one '
of McKlroy's now buyies which wa built ac I
t-onUinr to tlie late-t iuiprotctl iikkU-N of the'
Kat and iu a u1staiitbl. neat ami ta.ty inan-'
l... i..... . ., .. . , -...
" "S'. i am o niguiy pieax-u -,..,
rricn.ls to otroiiize the .same institution, in-rti-ail
of int-inTlii; the extra expense of freight
by MHidino; Kat to j-t al ivr article,
tviiose fault- and ik-forniltire are bidden by
paint and putty. !r yon patronize McElroy.
you can enjoy the satisfaction of knowim? vou
ba ve a gooil. Atmrtt job. J. VT. I.
trlfnt. .Tmv. r... -.
V Awue -- -r--n the eretion ofa floar-
ujt ami ou the Smoky Hill Rivrr near Salina.
,cionl!ncou,rtl!,1' wiU - ost about
510,000. It win b- built in the most substan
tial manner; the ,Wcr; t)anihaan ,, ,,
. to co of .hme mi ,-. t 0-fher
iwrtiou to be of piw. Ui, to be W )x
feet aquare; about 47 fcet Wjtfc, .--sbtln- ln
all oftour-torieand wiU be ttXri with four
ran of buhr, and provi-ion maile to furnish
power fur other work or busin-, -f , ),.
acter. Theriter wfll bedima-a, and taken
poe.sloQ of. aad raakieot power aecared to
ran a dozen railb aa4 factories. The tire
concern will be ready far baaiitrM early is Feb
ruary next, and will be gUdly accepted by ear
people as a aired trtaoad tour at low rate.
is a great cow id eraiim. at a ajcc tonitli
Atatn Ventral A4rae&f
CeoipWBU cone front away towns that the
sre very doll aadttet there is no sale for
induce, groin, etc. Sach b not the case in.
Kansas, and especially la SaHna. The Itanest
has been wonderfully large, the people are j
prospetoiu and In goods-Aits, trade is good,
and everything betokens Hut our citizens are J
tbrie happy that fortnne beckoaed them on to:
this ridi locality. Oar farmers can at all times
sell their wheat, corn, cattle, and hogs, to city
dealers at good prices. Mubstantial improve-'
menu meet the eye on every hand. Tlie ham-,
roer and the saw make lively music in town,
while tlie wlieels of immigrants wagons chime
in with their hum in the joyful song of prog
ress. The State Tehfekaxck Coxvextios was
called to order at the Presbyterian Church.
Tuesday morning, A. C. Sloan. Secretary, iu
the chair, and was organized by electing Jacob
Dewitt chairman. Tlie attendance was large.
delegates, being present from many of tlief
towns In the State. Among tlie proceedings
was the passage of a resolution for tlieestal
lishment ofa monthly paper of theQrdcr. and
Messrs. A. C. Sloan, of Saliua, JJr. Teft, of
Topeka, and A. X. Elliot, of MairiiatUn. were
appointed a committee ,to work up the enter
prise. Tlie paper Is a certainty and ttill be
published monthly for the present, and trans
formed into a semi-monthly and weekly as.thc
funds will admit.
A resolution was also passed requesting the
Legislature this winter to make the license law
for flrt and second-class cities the same as for
f he following officers acre ciectisl for the '
year: G. S. Kvans. President ; Vux Prc-idcnt, '
W. A. Phillips, of Salina , Dr. Wright, of Em
poria; S. D. Underwood, of Junction City ; T.
D.Thacher, of Lawrence; D. J. Brewer, of
Leavenworth; J. B. Camlicll, of Ft. Scott; A.
J. Evans, of Atchison. Secretary, Mor-
I row, of ropeka.' Cor. Sec'y, A. C. Sloan, of
Bev. J. Boynton, of Salina. lectured before
he Convention, Tuesday etening, on the pro
priety of forming a distinct KHtical organiza
tion, discountenancing anything or the kind,
and giving as Ids reaon. that the temperance
cause can be better subserved by the election
of temiwrancc men by both of the present po
The Convention adjourned Wednesday eve
ning, to reassemble at Tojicka. 011 the third
Tuesday of next January, at 2 P. M.
Sweet cider, ot mr oitn nmnnf.iclnre. -m 1k
liuil liy tlieqiciit.illon or :iiiyiian;i'.y(-ill-l
fur. Hating a cider pn--. any laic onlcr
can be tilled in six lionr-" noiiiv.
At the It.il.i-ry, Xo. Stf Santa Fo arcimc.
The nicest syrnp in town at lVatoni-.
Clotliiug at Heller'-.
If you iloiro the biest bi-ralrc, call at Witt-
County scrip wanted at W. I. Tliachcr'-.
( lyslcn! litctt el. oyster friitl. ojtcn any way
23. M. Heller m-1N Clutliin 23 per cent,
lower than any otlier establishment in the citv.
Ixwt. A valuable point lace handkerchief
at the late .Masonic festival. Leave the .ine
at The Jouk.vai. olliee. Kite ilolhirs ttill lie
paid for tlie recovery of the handkerchief. It
is valued a- a LeepsaLe of the f.unily.
Zikbki.ii. Oi.ii Stash. Golden Jt ll.it-nun
liavc just pun-li.iscd the old stand of Mr. A. i
ZicliellV ou Santa Fe avenue, aud ttill keep
cvcrttliiii" in the market line; a-o. ttill buy
couutry prodiuv uc!i a lmtter, t'zx. chicken.
Ac., and pay the highest injrket price, al-o
buy anil ell Iiide4. They keep everything in
the mutt line, and trade liberally.
Tbeascmis'- llrrirr Kli.swohtii Co., Kan., (
Xnvjmlr lllli. 1STI (
Vulirr is hrri liv cirru Ihit I trill n-ccirr tAXe at ln
ofllrriu Ellsrrt"h, Ellin urlh .iuntr. Kjii-3., n:i iv.
rn w k lar or Ihr month until fhr loth ilar ,r Am-
uarr, A. I. IT!, rxc ptins thr roiiomn? ra;a.
whro I ill lr iim-rnt a-nl riTriur bin at Hie r.illitw
in ilarro, to u it :
Al I. Kama' on t'lrji crrl., Km;Irr town-liip, on j
At IlolH-rt llml-oii'n ,'rJiiiiirr township, on Satunlay,
Iten-rabrr l, l.-;i. 1'KKItY HoIm;)KS. .
XOTICE TO TAXPA YEJtS Gl'
State or Kan-a. I "
Kl.i iii.ni Corxt-r. S
ou arr hrn j notiil il that a tax has lirrn lrTirt on
j our iruMfty, aa followa;
uiii lax, i prr rrnl. ob racn ! ou.
Town-hip tax. 1 prr crnt.
Judicial lax, I or 1 -r rrnt.
Intrrrst on bontl, l.ig of l .r crnt.
School IlLstnct tax, So. I, IJ iirrri-Bt.
School District tax, No. 4, 1 1-10 per cent.
School IlUtrirt tax, Xo. s. l-rcrnt.
Srh il IlKtrict U. Mo. C, 3 mills.
School District tax. No. T, It i-rr rent,
School lliatrict tax, Xo. x. i i-r crnt.
Itamaon iya thr IIh.iie.st C-u rairi: roa IIipe i
tApply at J. K. Itarriaon'i. Rutchrr -hop, alina.
All person io-lcliUil to mr will call anl arttlr at oner ,
JOIIX II. t;KCMiK, M. II.
Salina. Align? 1 10th, lifTI.
ffc w 111 pay the highest cah price for Corn ilrliTrml
In any .luantitt at our warrhoui-r.
U. tf. 1-OtVKlW 4 CO.
Examination of Teacher.
Xotlcr l hrrrb;
liy girm that an ramlnation of teach- f
I at Linn-bur:, .Mcl-bcr-m coontv.
era will br hcl'
On th 18th day of November, 1871,
Conunrnrint- at tm o'clock. A. Jl
soprrintcoiUot of I"uWlc Inatiuction.
Millinery and Dress Making.
MRS. J. MURPHY,
Itrairr to annonnrr to tar la,lir i.falina that hr hat !
now on hanl an. I intrn-l. to keep a tall aI mmiaVtr I
OntrraforPrrn Making. Trinuninjr Ilata, nonnrta.
Ac, -roailr attrn-tnl to.
X. f. 8AXTA ATCtrt. aALIXA. KAXA.
WISCONSIN AND MICHIGAN
SAVSai, MH, BLIXatS, e)V.B:,
Lata, atamstfa. rtcfcaai aaat rear ,
49, 51 axd 53 sjaXTj. re AVaDrcz.
wrv reat ikllnb cam
ateae - oK - dMa -
or IU Bins.
hi anran ftm a
Brg 5ms. fSrorcrics, &r.
"You Know How Tis Yourself!
j 4-. j ,
' ' i (
wim a ppwa waou to it t,P. tw p whrrs
Jly.?.1 hr-' '"", c "for4 " M "M rvc
'Which k Wh)".
So many air ltposl to ciU on
FLANDERS & MAP.LIN.
Which is the Same I Rise to Explain'
In thr flttt placr, Ihey Imf am J t!l tar nit, lwav I
Irtiy u low u Ibr lutmt, .nil l.y M-llin for eb rau
aounl In 1I.1 liUoinrM ou a nrarii anullrr luarzin than if I
tbrr nl'l on timr. I
hi My Reason is Plain,"
For thi-r to nol liarr to rlurxr thrlrpusl-ipa) in riis-!
...... .......... ,.. .t ... Wi iv nmr up iui inn ii
un xir-alrittS tMlrs.
And the same I am free to Maintain1
ConMinmtly 1 think
Flanders & Marlins
IS T11K M.ACK TO Ilf V
I if whicli Ibrt Lrri a lalp- ami n i U-.ir1,-.l rlix k on
jiMi wilt Umlln tlu- Wnt, ihI
For u lwavgt Itw lirst fnxn U-Mml llnlr run
GENTS' FUjUHSPli GOODS,
Yoii trill (ln'l thr flnrsi linr In Ihr rmintry, an-l hal
nnw ami Ihr il 1- iu hirlt thry an- gottrn up.
Call and Se? for Yourselves.
In BOOTS AND SHOES
Thv havr a iilrtulhl asirtinnit of Mrn'
f anl rlulln-n' ht-ai y ami fjirpNNK
I Ail tbrrask isa thoroiislirxaniinationnfthriri-torl.. I
an-l thry will risk, thr sale. I
Remember the Ilace !
FLANDERS & MARLIN'S,,
, ,.... .... . .r. ttx.s.- . -i-t.c, I
COR. SANTA FK AND I HON A hS.,
HAMLIN fc WOOLLEY,
"Wholesale and Retail
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS! CAPS
Groceries and Provisions!
n. X IXOXABS-.
LEONARD ft, DODDS,
Air Hra-r i t do all wark la t liar a s t-1
aaaalit aaasaaar aat attk r anlaan. unarra trum
Oar i -nun i aaUrKaal.. - s J
, Q-WiUWfaa-atat Oaxaaaua'af aail ir Tawl,aUH
! f ffiU-H HDEBHEB,
'Restawaitaid Lnd. sa
J&arttoarr, ttbrs, T
F.VERY DESCRIPTION OP
House Building Goods,
And Agricultural Implements.
AMONG WHICH ARE
TEE CAYUGA CHIEF
REAPER and MOWER,
I SKLISY COKS PJiAXTER,
, Macomb and Galesbury Cultivators,
GRAND DE TOUR PLOWS,
And PEOKIA 5LOVS,
TIIK 1JKST KIXDS OF
o. rp- 1 ni T
oiuves. ii iiivaro a p.ii rnn
1 -- , v-vra..v.. i
WORK OX HAND AND MADE TOORDKR.
THAT GOES TO MAKE fr A
COMPLETE HARDWARE STORE,
TIN WARE! TIN WARE!1
Specialities of Trade.
' Parcha-vn look to roar Utcrrtl u4 tumlix Ibr fj!lo- I
t'H.l HiIKU ,
ISSltiX MACK ,
ft., tre., r.
All thr fll-rrvnt varUtlra of f.i-11 clait
ar rrriracntcJ lBlSral.t l't. TT arc all inrttc
aH aoU aa lr thai nolwlr nrW t -uam o ,.
We manafacto:c all klmlief
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware
and ken a contfant ?ylf on ho J for ial- at
Wolesalc or ltefall.
We paj larctal attcailoa to all aln J ot
a&'l1 tti4 prc-aptlr to If rrwc.
Jvmyt en ba4.
Thi-akfal Ut put faa-ori wtlotfBl La --irrte C-o-,
tba.ixc f t-c 4U-.V.
t salta rc A VXXCE.
0aaBm for XXictOa.
! NEAR KAILIJOAI) DEPOT.
Me connection with the house above
me that has copied my sign.
' Good Boarding and Lodging ;
At rraaUr ra'r- faclam of aval tlrU a tr
ilnclixi Jr.itn mralar rar ,
A FREE STAItLE
To tVr aln rih t 8I UVlr uwm fr" -A
' Bakery fc Kntinsr Hoin '
WbrTT nrra.1, IV, U, rTa, Cum-l Yru.lt.
Mnlna .. tcra, Ac , ca few tt al a Uca-a .Viva
Ta-Mcroa, Ca. rica-a. H- , ila f xt-aa.
car-. -T ra-a. r ha raraasfr Ue Uvc.T, 1jc, l-aft
.tu. TaWrn Lets la-j'luti art! c-irtM r a-r
,i, uu,w-. mo pr.jyZ.
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' taaa arclwa tlf lar ha eaUUaan-a tumwit ax tt- Mart-
Wd ail, brrcrra Aak atn-l A afaaa at. Wr
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fHisrfllan's Sllbrtisririrni5.ttiicrlUin,f flWHrttsmirms.
EAGLE DRUG STORE. -
Wholesale and Retail
D"R TT p p j G rii.881 Fe. Avenue, Salina, Xm.
m s.11 Xhr 1iHnn rtHr f Ihr rmtVfvl l
1 ' t" Ismjm and .M .tvtuiisof m-rrhrNi rcn
jWanufaciuriiig Pllamacelllist?::T,,I ..
No. 101 Sanla Fe Avenue.
Drugs, Medieincs,;BEEFANDPORK PACKEK,
., . . KJXSAS 'JTl MO..
raints, uiis, varmsnes,
IT.T3 STIFFS. J-TC.
Fanc3 and Toilet Articles.
LIUQK AMICOSIrLLTC XSiOtLTUtIT 0
BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS.
i Choice Wines and Liquors
CACEllJ.LV COtirOLNDeil AT Al L IIOfRJ.
' i-K"il .'m'-TK $S&:j? l
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
ron-l.Ilnr. Iniort. of II. f.l!uIn- an.clrs.
Slm Uam" A5"' "r.n,
JioL.Vjj.E8 A.MI SVKi;i-s,
Caxmui Fi-.ii in varielv,
, il.ts iiiedimn and clioice,
Si-ices all kind,
liLTiElt choice rsetv i ork,
J Sl'tiAite all raile,
i i-watou inn and weet
Oils ami Canih.ks
Cheese tine Am.,
Ciiki.si: I.inlieiiiicr, ,
Can.neii Fhi!it i VcirrAiii.r.ir j
Oirir.i: inediuiu and line, i
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In th- s.farf Mkh!?in, I am nou jin rr.l la nu!
Apples m Speciality
tnl am rnal'lttl ! nil all nnk r. for iih .llhrr at '
nlKlrsalr or rrUil, t tin- I iwrt Mlllr tariff- ,t
Ur, mk nou-oti lun'l, rr rithrr laUr or rullnart
Opl-M follrltril i.l .inmJlr Cllnl.
! 'joijItjci Mxnrxin.
! i5oot5 anD Sljors.
IfJ 'Ol ITA3.T
TO THE PEOPLE!;
How Money Can be Saved!!
cvTiTt jsst im:
ROOT AND SHOE STORE,
a.MiTiiE5cnCBiMK wat.. crrtu(iroL'
!B00TS ANDSH0E3 CHEAPER;
(10 MITCH CHtArLE')
Than You Hare lieen tinging Thrin
i- rrill, CITV
TIUT TOC WILL AT OSCK
COME TO TUE COXGLUSIOXi
.Is the Place to Purchase Goods
IS THAT LINK.
X1W to ottrt IS THS
latest and MoM Approcei Styles
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OOSK XKtTLT m0 AT UAMSAKtC BATCa.
Sign ofthe" Big Boota"
JOHN 6EIS fc CO.,
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ol f'-trlfn r-MU suk!
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To Cattle Men!
Thomas J. Bigger,
KansaS City dircct to England,
tn.t ktv.winf Mrl 11 rriu!rvni-ntt f :hAl in.rl.l
r-B trt --rf. hnftilr,Mrflni:u n.s. IttntsHuh
' ,lli-rt iu iiw M lKUMMaart lr 1 iiwfr Itmi
nan frlrnrs Ktf half laic mtntls-l..r. 'Tllti
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If.r..l.r Kininkm. IM SjImu! Ilu.. Ko.
.a. . rir jut
fnintnif WritUr l'i-r. tnV 1'
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Magazines and Pictorial, v
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rl rath r-l-.
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Daily and Weekly Newspapers,
l"m ihr j..rTn rll! i, f Ihr Utr.1 il.lrj . lvwl!,lr.
rrrri,n,j r.rrjr Irrnlii
! SHELDON BR0THEB8,
, Choice Rratuls of Family.FlAir,.
I .kaih .tiiCAL, rr.i:t, ktc.
ricr uit rr crln
J Salina, Kanaaa.
J. W. ItUHMlll St Co
BOOTS AND SHOES,
li.to., Kto., ICtc, Kte.
jpuniiiuir, ittirrois, &c.
riir aid i)tz.
LOTZ V IKLIaAM).
Manufacturers and Utalers in
VFI IvI,-lH OF
IJHRROUS, WALL TAPER,
WINDOW SHADE.S, ETC.
COFFINS aod Burial Casw
co-trr.TT-tr m mkm.
Hearse and torri9
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