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JR8DXX, APRIL 11, 1872.
W """H '
k ' Bmmluv tone people nave nusap-
oar political auatuag.
IhisBM been broaght aboat
Ion of oariricads, or
ot clear to ns. We
LWwe-tfiink. clearly stated our
1 aaJMittwrniifh week in This Jocbmal and
rtfiadtabc consistent, we aro
I ZT , WWCWWiWWW
r '..lJifaWiiaiii Wo oxpect to support
iaeo of tho Philadelphia con-
not the nominee of the
Qariaasti convention. We believe
iMnjat tbero is good m the Republican
-&actv vet, and we nave not d'8eovercd
2$$-mf tpoeition party except tho Domo-
party, which wcjavo always
&-4faaaoaly opposed, we nave never
- mwr ft
tiiasalasad that Uranus mo itvpuuiiau.
WjKwitfx .or that the Republican parly is
&4caat;.andwe believe good Kcptibh-
.bare antral loniner as u "mum
Spt: Grant.ls the man for tho presidency or
,o.Still wir. di prefer, bim for that
fKy position of all the ci
Sleriw vlld over thi
rowd w lio are now
the Cincinnati raove-
IfGrant is nominated at the
JfhUadelphia convention, jvhat work we
X" - di in our humble wav, shall be de
rr' - -- -. - ...
A-:tad""io electing oar party i choice.
Cs"-ialBBas our political iews.
JaVary thing in Kansas partakes of the
SPwaadcrful. llcr soil, her railroads, bcr
TaiHaate, her p-soplm,', ner very awnos
Jhare, vegetate, grow, thrivoandis ad
ralee. Oreat is Kansas and nono i
' 53Jiaadd to become her prophet.
?'''"llifl :...l...l J.. ..T.... n.wl n.i louxrr!ll.
?" ifying, to note the dirtVreiuc of Kansas
" rO? to-day and Kansas of ten year ago.
5T Hr prospen iv commcncca aimosi as u
wero from bcr inception but her greatest
"'- progress ha been maJe from that time
V when wostot her male citizens returned
' iict. Recalling a little personal experi
rft, eace, wo rcmombcr, after being a citizen
?i V' of, Kansas for eight years, w ith what
8,ari(le, in 1865, we passed in the cars from
T Kansas Cilv toIiwrencc,lhinthe west-
era end of the Kansas Pacific. A raii-
road East signified little or nothing to us,
tV.a :Im( a k:li.Aia tMiLinn 4tin
avail (WllVitu Ul iuiio-uiu iiiuvovH suv
ml of .Ijuum was our highest idea ol
jr. -craauieasi xnerc was uieu uo r.unuau
.' .i fnL .i :i I
v aoa$fcif Lawrence and the. Galveston,
wiar Tier and M K. & T. roads then
, ware almost lor the first being worked up.
TaeK. P. hascono on and on to Denver
-- awl auaor railroads have been projected
-i aa4-aiaee completed in tho cast, north,
-vraoatb aad west parts of -the State, until
a " i Ifsnsai w well gridironed from length
WrJ'-" WBnwiui mu iruiu biud iu oiuc.
.Five and six years ago tho four south-
j; Iaataracountica of the'Statc, Crawford,
'.u, 4 Cherokee, Neosho and Labette, were or
' " gaaixed. "Monlgomery, Sedgwick and
" - be other southwestern counties have
- r aiaoatben been organized. All of these
counties all sport good towns, some of
them aambering three thousand inhabi
teats aad upward each. Independence,
, t Moatgomery county, loss than four years
, 'wli, baa twenty -five hundred people and
f V fcji eoantyclaims more than twenty thou-
-aaadpopalation. Parsons, Oswego and
H. Caatopa, in Labette county, individually
'H' have a population of from one to three
t"-f "taoaaand, and Baxters Springs, in Chcr--Ai
j.-. . , ,.... . i
.county, nas aooui iwcniy-nve nun-
I vt , wivad people. Wichita, in Sedgwick coun-
r . V) la auuiucr uiriwnjj lunii, isuuiiunc
Xsf4 years old and her people number about
?? "twentv-five hundred. These towns arc
tf ?Li birvmis' nurl li .rrnwlli. In iastorn
T "-'and nortbeni'Kaiisas tho towns and cities
t- LmwA l.A.f ndiwt vttfi fltii. itntlnlvr in
; ' r lVMV .w ...... ...v .uu.a.a . .
KK rowtb. Fort Scott is one of the Kan -
5-towBsthat has swelled her popula -
L. of lhc Kall.
V. ttna fmn Ixv.t
t, uva ...... ...-
' 1M6 to six thousand at present
r? au. !.!. amumawiIa tlf vtmnwu rT T.ni
K ( enwortli, liawrencc, Atchison, Topeka7
- Vwxwi .a.l Pniiln in tlin In Imlf i!n.
rr" j- MnaMwmmi ...... . ..w... ... ..-- - .. HVH
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,-' mi rears with a snlcndid effect
if Hirint in Wotirn Kansas. Salina and Be-
t "TairBfl? prodigies. Salina's growth has
gS. aliuost wholly been accomplished in the
iiw- paatlve years, and wo claim for our city
4-j Wa'population of near two thousand. Kan
r!'iaBij.towBS have a surprising vitality.
YhA Pfew' of them have died out, none re-
"-5 Lm..t.,i nlaHil -4alI nf IhA M91 .f I
SS-T-watch-word of both towns and country
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jg" aaa Been coniinucu jirvgrvss anu irvs-
? , PnJ-
J. H-dwards of Hays City, writes'
fcAtotae Ellsworth Heporter, proposing
j "esBTCBlion of the Republicans of west-
W&sa-- -" . .. a.
fiPi-'Z-'-Vf a man to tc prcscnica oy mis pan ,
I JAA.i4k Gid. 4 4I.A KnA Antirnnlinn fl
tk?jC.-A: j... f. ... t ...
ww ... ..B. v. - y.
tae convention come off at Salina.
if Si! T- -atr en the sere! conflietin
IrhlitaiastB of the sections embraced in the
-ilGfcre' mentioned district bo hamonixed,
FJrakcept by a convention of thc delegates'
palaeted by the people of the counties I
I mine proposcu uisinci 10 nicei
'.v"i4"aB.-theB determined upon some man
r-. .-r--'r. ikiv will nresent nnani.
W-- ?'aaaybefiro the sUto convention.
1- '- "-'--'- the, motion.
A ti-J.. n. ., .
: r siS m
e' XfesV WWte Uieaa nttj, m juwoan p
. ktwi bashwaadcers ait over
aa4 4be kordere of JUaaaa are
baada oatof taearaeaaa
;! wit. fire vears. If a man serv
ed three veara in the army it will take
only two years living upon the home-
'stead for binitogct nu title.
it is at
k, provided that where soldiers wero
discharged by reason of wounds received
in the service, or on account oi aiwumj,
tho term for which they were enlisted,
without reference to the length of time
they may have served, shall be deducted
from the five years.
The passago of this law will be bailed
I - . . . . . t -Ur ...!
WItn delight by me loyai soiuicrj,
may iook ior a ncavy luiiuigitiuu
to odr fertile prairies from the "boys in
folne." Although wc should Jiave prc-
terred to nave seen a iw i .
n.nninH no settlement on the part of
the soldier, wc are
thankful even for
UIKRiL BErTBUCAlf MXTMTItH.
Owing to tho length of tho proceed
ings of the convention which convened
at tho State House in Topcka on the
10th inst.,and our shortness of space, wc
are unable to give the proceedings in full
I this week, but will state for the infor
mation ol our readers that the conven
tion was called to order at 2 o'clock p,
in- by the lion. Marcus J. Parrot, who
in an eloquent and forecible rpecch
stated the object for which tho conven
tion had assembled, and proceeded to or
ganize by electing Gov. S.J Crawford
President and Byron Sherry, II. B.IIorn,
A. Thoma-., C." Williams, II. D. Shcp
herd, W. II. Morris, T. S. Floyd, E. L.
Buschc, F. R. Russell, J. E. Martin, and
I. F. Clark, Vice Presidents. On mo
tion, M. Bevas, W. S. Smith, J. G. Wat
ers wero appointed secretaries.
We understand the convention was
largs and harmonious, and that Saline
county is to bo represented in the Cin
cinnati convention by Kvandcr Light
G. Clark Prescott and I. F. Clark. Sa
lino county was further favored by the
convention in giving to our worthy and
esteemed friend R. II. Bishop a place on
the Suite Central Committee. Gov. B.
Gratz Brown, of Missouri, addressed tho
One of tho most needed reforms in
our government is that of the office hold
ing system. Measures have "often been
taken to modify tho present laws so that
the government patronage should be
bestowed more upon merit and qualifica
tion ; but as yet this desired change has
not been effected. JIany years will not,
however, havo passed away, before this
6hall have been done, and ono of the
greatest agents of coruption shall have
been entirely crradicated. Tho people
are thinking and will soon act.
Offices arc now given away in consid
eration of fealty and devotion to indi
ual interests. A has worked night and
day to elevate B to Congress or the Uni
ted States Senate; and C, though eminent
ly qualified and fitted forthc office of L.
S. Marshal, Register of U.S. Land office,
Receiver of U. S. land office, or post
master, is removed without cause to
make place for A, though ho may be pos
sessed of no qualifications for his office
and may be tho veriest scoundrel that
lives. To retain the office, which A has
most undeservedly obtained, he is obli
gated to still workday and night in tho
interest ol his patron, and is found dab
bling not only in' all the elections of the
State, but in the petty elections ot mcio
, eality in w Inch he lives. He works solc-
. "? n " u "' "c "
U.v and wholly to proposes his patron
0"sess his patron
r in his favor, by
brin.'inir the fact that his (A's) political
is...;.i filiAnr nnil ix nlfdrt?d to the CT -
altation of tho patron's pox er.
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-" tBC people am gu.ueu ..u .-
- ... . f . :j.j ..-i j:
;ii..i i. f . mAii ii iniT iiiiiv luisu
'"v-' ui " v" " j
men to control their votes and dictate to
b fall the aoMiafaboawataai tear wbk
raceatly paaaed boUThoaMa at Waaa
iagtoa. It will Wiiatkadtkatapadal
privilege are extended to aoldierawho
erred aiaety day, or Biore, daring tha
tebellioa whh regard to acoairiag koine
ateads. These privileges are that a sol
dier may bare the time which be aerrad
in the army deducted from the tirno now
required to gain a complete homestead
thorn political tents by which they arc to endorsing the Cincinnati convention arc
be governed, they become servants not lion. Jesse K. Dubois "
, ' '. . . . ... Hatch, Hon. O. H. Miner, Hou. illiam
only to these hard-masters, but nonun- j "' Qe,,, John M. yConncll, and
ally indorse the actions of those who Cook.cf this city; also Horace White,
aided in the appointing these officials. 0f the Chicago" Tribune ex-Governor
In Kansas, every man that supports Koenor, of Bellvillc; Hon Wm. Moul
and is controlled by these aP1Kintees of ' ton, of Shelby villc; Hon. Jhn JW'
. ,. , , - , i- of Galesburs; Judge Danncr, or Jack-
Pomeroy and Caldwell, is also working ;MnTiCfMS.nyotlier imminent and
in the interest oi these two men, who influeBtial republicans in all parts of the
havo been undeniably proven to be most J state. The first three names mentioned
damnably corrupt. If voters wish the
coruon that has prevailed in this
ajstato, to Mill prevail, let them support)
nd vote with those appointed by thOj
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One important law passed last winter"
was the leaving of the county printing
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This is not a wise
V1T lnc-v roa ""
measure. The paper that has advocated
through "thick and thin," thc elec
tion of a board of commissioners wnica
succeed, is deserving of the county print
ing! This submitting printing to bids
has its objections, but apoa the whole the
old law is p:eferable to the new.
John Lynch, Speaker ef the Mieuee
ippi Hbase of Represeatativer, ia only
tweaty-tiree years old. WaeaNatcbes
?V. jal j4''
- . -:. . i-
f Jew York havariaadiatid tha
iaadaaaf Jadce Davia Ibr.Fiaaidaat
Tea mike taaKaaaaaCeatral
raw gaagek completed.
A dispatch from Yeddo, dated March
26,aBBOBBces that an attempt has bees
made by a party of twelve persons to'as
sassiaate the Mikado of Japan, but the
efforts proved unsuccessful.
It is understood that the National
Democratic Committee will meet in
Washington about the 25th inst, in or
der to adopt measures to secure the im
mediate 'and thorough organization of
the Democratic party for the Presiden
Erastus Corning, died at Albany, New
York, on the night of the 8th inst., after
a long illness.
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher surprised
bis congregation, on the 7th inst, by call
ing on them to contribute to a Univer
salis! preacher from Kansas, who would
solicit from them during tho week
Victoria WcodhuII's husband died on
the 7th., from the effects of bad whisky.
The report of tho investigating com
mittee of the Kansas Legislature has"
been received in the Senate at Washing
ton and referred to tho committee on
There aro a score or so ot newspapers
in Kansas from which it is impossible
for weeks at a time to clip any thing.
There arc alio scorccs of newspapers
in Kansas from which some other papers
do find occasion to clip many things
that amount to nothing. We will swap
exchange Hits with tho Union that
is, wc will change our list of the latter
for the Union's list ot the former. In
both cases, the newspapers referred to
will do for kite manufacturing or kind
ling fires. What do vou sav ?
Sam Wood claims that he is not an of
fice seeker as he always leaves a party
juit as it becomes dominant. Docs be
leave the party, or does the party leave
him? Wc do not know what constitutes an
office seoker, if Sam Wood isn't one. Ho
flops up about every two years a candi
date for some position. He is now after
"strange Gods," and at Cincinnati be
sees an opening for his "irrcpressiblity."
Samival" is a queer chap.
We have socn it stated some where
that the U. S. Senate lacks the dignity
and integrity of former years, while the
House has improved in its decorum and
brains. If the representation in Con
gress from Kansas should bo taken as
an example, we would say, tho state
ment is correct. All tbat.s good and
worthy ot respect in our representation
at Washington is found in our Con
Eartaaaake ' (alUerala.
A dispatch dated St. Louis, March,
29th, gives the following account of the
great earthquake in California :
The recent cartbnuako in California
complctly ruined Camp Independence,
and not a single brick or "adobo" build
ing is standing between Bishop creek
and Independence. It is feared that
other mining points further south shared
the same late. Several parties were se
verely injured. Stage passengers report
several fissures, miles in lenghth, fifty
to two hundred feet wide and twenty
deep, opened along the eastern base of
the Sierra .acvacia, near .Dig nne iarap.
In other places in the M'cinity, the
ground heaved up in great ridges, large
springs stopped running and others
bfoko out ; heavy -mow slides occurcd
in the Sierras, and largo rocks rolled
down the mountain sides blocking up
the stage roads. Shocks lasted, at inter
vals, from 2:20 to 6:30 a. m.. No such
earthquake has been felt betore witbin
the memory of the Indians. Many peo-
f ile in Independence were hurt, but no
ives wero lost. The shocks were prob
ably tho heaviest in tho south-east, to-
1 ro Arizona, in ucscrei couni
, there is hardly any population
wan! Arizona, in AFcswrci 1-uui.i.j , iuu
A dispatch from Springfield, ill., April
llOth MIVS :
There i a good deal of activity in politi-
I 1 -:-!.. a tli atlw.A anil ntnnHtt Frnm
irai firvic ama, a.io uisvvi v.Ij"vv .v.
- ,..; :f.d;Mtc ,hat lhc 15beral
... . : i..i.k:.m.ak
irepuDiican movemeni isueTciuuiugvuii-
siderablo stren:th. Among tho names
names above were repuoicmn '-
eers drnng .Mr. liineoins pres.oenua.
rhe Chicago Times "throws up tho
lr":?.. :.;.:. a -;-;. h.
nniif.it plfx-'tinn. Aftor rerieWiniT the
groanj and reaching the conclusion
that a democratic victory in ovemoer
next is impossible, it says:
There is only one possible dedaction
fW.m ikin ftc TKn Art Artir which
he doctrinc of thc democratic party en-
join is that of patrotisra overall other
consiacraiions, ina ini iuc "ri di
merge itself into some ether organiza
tion that will effect the rreat end of se
curing to the country the restoration of j
a paro ana conscuauonai govcrnmrnu
AATiOKAi. Fabb. Alreaery are a
raagemeata beiBg made for an excar
sioatothe YeUew staaeTaOey, which
br Pomeroy's bill baa been retired for
a national aark. A swift etaamer with
V CnWnVO 4MCW"
the tn from Xeaveawarib. The
waaar rntho aamarmlsa-
i- j aJHtt.BVkOllBWm
; -ir v. - - m - fta'-
"-. j-.- 't-la nutim
' -? Jwn,wimt -.,.
I take the liberty at dropiaa;
Some three weeka ataee, Capt. Haa-
aa, of the Htrali, year eeaUmporary,
published an extract from a New York
paper ia which some twelve or four
teen of President Grant' relatives dis
own any relationship to bin whatever.
I am not ia tho least surprised at this,
but I am greatly surprised that any of
his relatives should own him at all,
when it is known that he is at the head
of the biggest gift enterprise known to
the American people.
1st cousin disowns him for wanting
Congress to change the constitution so
tbat A. T. Stewart could oe treasurer
for heading a subcription to him of 60,
000. 2nd cousin disowns him for appoint
ing Ashley of Ohio, Governor of Wash
ing Territory. Ashley paid a Mrs. Con
over 250.00 out of the impeachment
fund to set her husband to swear lalso
airainst President Johnson.
3rd cousin disowns him. for having 97
acres of land in Cook county UK, near
Chicago, deeded to him for 81.00 by Jo
seph II. Jones and wife May 22, 1869,
and on the said dar, the said Joseph R.
Jones was appointed minister resident
oi iuc u. .-5. ai me coun oi .urusseis.
4 tli cousin disowns him lor saying
that if he (Grant) did not hold tbo posi
tion lie did, ho would resort to the code
of honor, or como the Human on Sena
tor Sumner, for advising him as said
shrewd Senator thought was best.
5th cousin disowns him for allowing
the arms, &c, A.C., ot the U. S. being
sold privately to tho French while at
war with Prussia; ignoring the neutral
ity laws ot nations.
6th cousiu disowns him for treating
Prussia as he did while she was in war.
after she had furnished 200 000 Germans
in the union army of the U. S.; and Ger
many had been our market tor our bonds.
Hut now he asks ot r.n;!and undemni-
ty for not observing neutrality laws
7th cousin disowns him for removing
Senator Sumner as chairman on foreign
relations and putting Cameron of Penn
sylvania in his place; because 3lr. Sum
ner opposed Grant's San Domingo job.
8th cousin disowns him (or not remov
ing custom house officers in New York,
when Grcely, Stewart and others gave
him notice ot their rotten conduct
9th cousin disowns him for pardon
ing ex-Congressman Bowcn attcr he
had been convicted of bigany.
"10th cousin disowns him for not giv
ing tho 6hoemaker in Washington an
appointment after hegave, and the Pres
ident of tho United States of Americaae
cented. those boots.
And I might trace back to the 32d cou
sin. But what s the use:
I am Messrs 'Editor, taking too much
of vour valuable space; for you get up
, fCn 1 rvinxi. Von trnnor I nm n Dcm-
ocrat. but as much ns I love dear old
Democracy, I am likS the minister who
bad stood as much abuse and cursing as
long as his patience would allow ; tho
nreachcr nulled off his coat throw it
down and raid "lay there religion, until
I thrash thisd n skunk."
Now sir, I lay tho name of Democracy
away in my memory and say, "lay there
until Gram's tyranny is sunk into obliv
ion." When 1 sec this republic crnm-
blins under a tyrant s heel, 1 will drop
Democracy and come to tho assistance of
Liberal Republicans; 1 am tor " passive
Dolicv:" 2ivc mo Trumbull of Ills, or
Davis of said state, Brown of Mo., Grce
ly of New York, ex U. S. Senator JS.U.
Ross of Kansas, though last is not least.
Either of these statesmen will savo the
T. J. WlCKBRSHAX
The Iowa Senate has passed a liquor
law which is still more stringent than
the Ohio law.
Kftp !? bud a wU-uaertc4 Mock T
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
BPAIR1MCS 1odI tnnmblc ratr. Jrw.Inr
road loonier. UnrrtufcerapaeJwlrriMM.
A Urzv.Mock of
Omuubi- on hud. Be 1m kai plfwUd mitt
MUSIC BOXES i
8PRIN0 STYLES 1872!
LADIES. VOU WILL 1SD
Bnnrts, JtmUf Fleeri, Orna
ments, , ve.f
OffltnaMa? SyaBw Sal
ESf'fa - l&Ala
il- a7matfaBcvmamHBKk tl2
it a h ! n.g.Lw..
-W. R. feuiuata.
IIIWIClMWl Ii.. L. WlUXUH-
Jfayor C. n. L'sDEHVooo.
Loaarilnra W. B. Vlaidcbs. Dirmlun. Oc
noltMT. R. H. Duu.
Ott Fwu Wujimax.
Jmlpc of Ihr nitnel Cort J. II. Fixs.xn.
County Cumnufekiw-n II. K. Woullkt. Ckalnaan
S. X. Ijilmeb asvl P Kiicirw:
Clrrk of the Outrtcl Court A. S. XoKTOS.
ItotntcJiKlKt A. M. IIcebs.
Uiontv Clrrk I u u Dan.
Covat) Tmtfunr ukrutt Ajuiuib.
ShfrlC-T. J. Coiig.
UrgitltT oflmb A. J. Uakd.
C.Hiut Attorn. v J. ;. Moolkb.
Suptnntm'lf ot uf lliblie laMructloo Wx. Bunor.
Sold on Monthly Paymnts.
Apply to JTAtT. BERKS,
Land Agent, Salina, Kansas.
Just Opened at Na. 70 Santa Fa Ave.
Trie umlrrkijciiol tuu Jit oprnol a !. nftlir muviTr
UeAcriiition in thr Imitilin? Utrlr acrupitil with nrur
& Brown' IIiUor trw. lie will trrk ti MtUI- all who
patronize hlni. Mral and boarUiRgat rrajoiiaU rale.
JOHN II. ADAM'.
Salina. Kansas March 4th. MTi.
Millinery and Dress Making.
MRS. J. MURPHY,
Dntimi to annnnnrr In thr Ivlirs of Salina that the has ,
now on lianI aad iittii'l" to krrp a lull ami complete '
TVrm Inoiry Ctooctm.
Orders for Drew MAlng. TrinuninjC llati. Pons:.
ftc.v pom!l; atttodid ti
No. M.SAXTA FC W CSVK, AL!!f A. KANSAS. j
JUWXEN 'X'XON" 2
EVERY ONE IS SUITED!!!
The Icialo House
lsroni'lli', lirMcrntirrlt Brwandrllfurni.lirlwuli
ootl rooms. It U kf-iti-d ncarlr vukmiIp 11k- couulr ,
w itli or ithout run .silfrtion guarantm! j
RFraihH riiNTEWAIT. rraprirtor. j
t ami-rlms "f lh It-ianlof Kirrctor, of thr Saline j
f.iiintt Kririillnnil and Mrrluum al SW held in
altiu. Kan-. Jjniuir) i!ti l-ll, th followins r 9!u.
lion. H.id i trd.
..fui..! tli ir i t vr inl .f lvrvnlflvr ili.lli.n. kKll
br pa.'l t .r int. ruul ion u liir.i .'uill K.n.l to fin nn ic- i
lion or Jin rrsin or irr-om poily oftrarinz down or .
otht rw I Vdmlni me thr lluil.lin.-. orllnildinpt lncli I
areorira lie rrt-cirti n(.ii mr cmr ..ii'uiitM. o ...i-
mncauarau !!, IbkinI.ornthrrinrt of thr
swht."" . ....
aboiv rvwunl. iiHin tlicuiiTkttonut an rtf!-m vr
V, urtttfruflliv Jt-untnr u.p-ctor. !
: . I
an rlnj-. nuilr fromthr lirtl uLrat ami warraiitrJ.
tir lnltf:tlt rhrnttrt
.A.t the XVixacl JaXUI
Thaa at any ottrr alare In Hi. county.
J. K. DKlTt
CITY MEAT MARKET.
Morrow & Russell
Won!d to Hi- citizn or 'alma andTicimtr that
Ihrr Ion rojf not a new tnt marVrt for thr attic ol all t
Mods of mrat and trttablro, on the
Cor. 7th street and Iron avenue. ,
Th.nVmRthi citirn Pir IIirirfiHiiiiratrii5,-.-. wr
u..ol.l .v ititt lit fair dralln Pll 1 rlo.r attrntiMl to
l.u-inc. tliat wrrliulltntr togitc MUtfoctioii t ail
who mat t-tll on u.
Luh tuid forhM an I Inn..
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J. W. RUSSELL & CO.,
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Leather,
FinclieTH, Etc., Etc.,
XO. Si SANTA FE AVENUE,
A Urj?' " "ra"nablr torV of faA always on hand. I
Hrlmj fnpinruliilrlerln thr Ct aint rr rua
Mrd to warrant our pKW. M'r make a .prcialttj uf the
iI in th: j linr t . d not lT.-i-or to lie i xcrllr-l
Repairing Done to Order
KANSAS LAND AGENCY.
Wild Lands, Improved Farms,
Bought and Sold on Commission.
WIGHT & CARROLL,
GENERAL REAL ESTATE'
Over John Gel A Co.m Bank,
SAXTA FE AVENUE,
Wild Laa.lt, at fruia UWItlOfrr acr,
FIVE YEARS' TIME,
laBtrd Farw. al fras la U prr acn
City rropmr mn itj t. - rf
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Pure Drugs, Medicines,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Dye Stuffs, Trusses and Bandages,
VABNISH, WINDOW GLASS.
f Glass Ware,
COAL OIL LAMPS,
n - , -V- aTat O O D S .
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Trusses and Shoulder Braces,
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j jitj VY 111 OO AW Ii illl U UXm3
Patent and Family Medicines,,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
iaesmitmp. Fooiscmp.jNo Time tolCaki out I Wf-
S o Letter and Xote I'ajperM,
I ENVELOPES, INKS, PENS,
Ofllce Furniture, !lcc.
In a Ward, at
IPR0BERTS DRUG STORE;
Will be Found every Articie in
the Drug Line-
! PREPARED AT ALL HOURS, j
Ice Cold Soda Water
During the Summer Weather.
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J. M. & B. L WILSON
The Exclusively Cask
'And Have Marked Goods Dowi
They are kept so Tery buy ,
Selling Goods -
.cheap for oash.
'I'lmt rrhov Have
ALL PARTIES DESIRING TO
BUY GOODS EXTRA LBW
(WILL FIND IT TO TIIEIK INTEB
ESTS TO CALL OX
J. ML Sl B. U. WILSON,
Witjtcmle ana Retail better in
iGROCERIES, DRY GOODS,
MOOT AND HHOBS
'HATS, CAPS, AID lOTIOW,
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WILL BK KOU5D
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