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Ceaalx Woman KoBrajre Acarl
MttO. ABILITY HAS NO SEX.
ed Ut lets Hiu. lMm
Wc3ti Sffr8 Herded.
A epj ef tbe Interstate Preu of
DaveBpett, edited fay Her. A. Janes,
from wkteb we e)lj tbe WIowlDg :
"Tbe elty emittetl at IadiaaopoIU,
lad., lately iirntMtsed to 'regulate' tbe
bqsJaI evil, by IteeutliiK bouses of
prostitution, pHttiBft a eoasplcuotia
badge upea every iBmaie, and sub
jectlHR ber to aiedieal as well aa offi
cial surveillance. Tbe women learned
of tbe plot on Saturday, aod on Moo -day.tbey
held an Indignation meeting
A petition was prepared and numer
ously rigned by tbe good mothers and
twteta, protesting against any sacb
legislation as a sin agaiiMt religion,
decency and morality. It was pre
seated to tbe eeaaeil oa Monday
evenlBg, and tbey were given five
minutes la which to make their pro
teat. No doubt, tbette women wished
for tbe right nT representation as
never before. la this attempt at reg
ulation, tbe raea only attempted to
regulate one sex. Why la this? In
commenting nu Ibis fact. Mrs. G. M.
Atkinson caustically says :
" 'Respectable women will not ob
ject to radical measure against tbe
"aoeial evil" if applied Impartially.
If effective methods are desired, let
tbe visitor of nucli bouses, as well as
tbe Inmates, be "registered," and
compelled "under work hrwe penal
ties" to wear a badge, that be may
not ini08e upon respectable people.
Let tbe rcrponslbility for tbe trans
mission of poison bo placed where it
justly belnnga Who la it that carr.Iea
It into tbe home and thus curses tbe
Inuocent? Hubject tbe visitor to an
incorruptible medical examiner, aud
require blm to show bis certificate of
exemption, upon demand. Mnien
"regulations" of this character are
adopted, there will be some hope of
tbe evil being starved out. not merely
driven off tbe sidewalk.' "
The recent exposure of the malfea
sance of a prominent lawyer of Boston
in the management of the property of
a maiden lady forcibly reminds us of
tbe careless and iguorant manner in
which many women place Implicit
faith la those who have the custody of
their pecuniary affairs.
Every woman ahould be taught In
her childhood sufficient of business
methods to eiifure ber from being de
ceived, aa tbe iady in question appears
to have been, or she should secure the
services of some friend or expert of
business experience and establish in
tegrity, with whom she may conmlt
periodically. Independently of ber ac
credited agent. In respect to her af
fairs. Hue should require her agent,
at least twice a year, to render her a
full account of his trust, producing
vouchers for all expenditures, aud ex
hibiting all evidences of property or
certificates of stock. The title deeds
of all real estate should be Inspected
at the registry, la order to ascertain
whether the property stands without
encumbrance. Kvery certificate of
stock should lie verified by compari
son with the bonks of tbe corporation
to whlcd It belongs. The bank books
of tush deposits and receipts should be
also Inspected. Such a system would
be not only acceptable, but most sat
isfactory to every honest agent, and
tbe time and trouble necessary for tbe
observation of this system would be
greatly offset by tbe sense of security
which would accrue from It to all con
cerned. While the majority of women can
Instantly detect real from Imitation
lace, aud can understand tbe Intrica
cies of a complicated piece of crochet
work, yet not one in a hundred knows
tbe correct wording, or even tbe ap
pearance, of a promissory note, a
mortgage deed, a certificate of stock,
a bill of lading, an account current,
or any other business document.
This Is not tbe fault of women, but is
the effect of their Imperfect education,
wbieb should be remedied as soon as
possible. Chas. . Enmcott
The Present Is net the PeiL
If tbe above statement aeeded any
confirmation, we should find It In the
two following facts :
I read, in a late paper, that Miss
Carrie Q. Bmall, who has just been
appointed Principal of the Plymouth
High School, was chosen, notwith
standing tbe fact that fifty men tried
for the place. It Instantly brought to
my mind what I read some time since
in the Woman' Journal of 1831, of
the reminiscences of a Plymouth gen
tleman. He remembered when the
question came up In town-meeting,
whether the girls should receive any
public school instruction. There was
decided oposltion to the measure, but
it was firally voted to give the girls
one hour's Instruction dally the boys
to be taught from 8 to 11 the girls
from 11 to IS, the latter waiting out
side until the boys came out. It looks
a little like retribution that now the
fifty "boys" have to wait outside in
that same town, and the "girl goes In
aa teacher of its high school. Of course
it could not be as retribution, because
those voters In tbe past did not know
any better, any more than many of
the present voters who object to "wo
man suffrage." We must be patient
with them ; but is it impossible that
by-and-by the men may have to wait
eomewhere while tbe womea go in to
vote, or perhaps to preside lu legisla
tive halls? Who knows?
Mas. Obbd Nickhrson,
South Harwich, July 96, 16S6.
A Woman's Protest
Aa a woman standing all alone,
I humbly hope to shine ;
I'm tired of the twaddle
Of the oak and Ivy-vine.
I've seen too maay Instances
Where, Nature's law declining,
The rinedld the "sapportiag,"
While the oak did all the twining.
Before I'd marry a man aad b
For bis bread and my own,
Before I'd marry a man who'd place
Himself upon the throne.
And claim from me, his "better
Allegiance blind aHd mate,
I'd marry the nearest ape aud wait
For him to everWe .'
Beaten Woman' Journal.
HOW FIRE CRACKERS ARE MADE.
Tbe maaufaeure of fire-crackers is a
very simple matter, but because it re
quires tbe handling of that daageroua
element gunpowder -It is only car
ried oa ia tbe regularly lieeased es
tablishments for tbe manufacture of
fire-wnrkn. There are two or thren
thlabllshHitttita for the manufacture
In thU oxiiiir- aud others in JEug
lr .' i '' he asserted
' i . . .' pi-.'"in if any, of
ilit-1. - um -h , u-ti a scatter
ft xImhii bj the -man boy ea our
Na iouu ti ii iy are now brought
from ibe (MesUal KlBgdem, where
tbey were first made aad used. Fire
crackers, are made of strips of soft
paste beard, impregnated with some
combustible or explosive material.
Theee strips are doubled over several
times, and thea rolled closely around
a small piece ot comBositioa : that Is.
powder mixed with sulphur and other
things ia a paste that will burn readi
ly with a hissing sound. Usually a
little pare bursting powder is put ia
before tbe composition, so that the
burning or tbe eraeser is HBrsbed by
aa erpfoslon. A priming string h
attached to ose end. This Is a cord
that has beea aoaked la a eortstloa of
or saltpeter er similar substance, so
that it wiU burn readily.
Hcnry Ward Beeeber will Ball
heme Oct 28.
President Dlu, of Meiiw, waa 67
jesrs eld Vedaeedsy.
Henry VUlard is te espy hta new
offlee In New York Oet. 1.
GaabeUa'a body la to be removed
freas frtria Nke te tbe F&aataeen in
ITsis Bnperef of RttesU haa seBt M.
PfceteartheMaaei'W.W.eee ftp kk
Ay mMh A, if njfai , fhitWrrtt
til In later 8. 8. Cox baa been oa a
tearful pilgrimage te the grave or
Hannibal, of Carthage.
Iiouis Leakey, formerly known aaa
public reader both ia French and Ea
glbro. baa beea appelated Professor of
English ia Cornell University.
General W. 8 Harney, who was
"ohl Harney" before the war, fa going
to settle down in Orange County,
Florida, there to bam tbe rest of bis
Bea Perl ;y Peore says in bis rem In
bwBces that Daniel Webster usually
tinned tin whenever he tried to ring
detra a LaUa phrase la bU speeches
It cost a fashionable lady who was
sojourning at Saratoga this summer
$000 fur doctors' bills for attendance
oa a pet dog, which was taken sick.
Charles Judd. the King's Chamber
lain, baa been deposed by the Haw
aiian Legislature. Major Curtis Jun
ker, Collector of Customs at Honolu
lu, succeeds blm.
An eloping couple la a New Hamp
shire town left the following terse
note behind: "We're eloped. For
give us if you can, but If you cau't,
what will yoa do about lt?r
M. Cbeverel attended a theatrical
performance at the Opera, Paris, in
honor or hU 100th birthday. It was
the first time In twenty years that be
bad gone to see a play.
Colonel George W. Williams, the
author of the "History or tbe Negro
Race In America," is arranging for
tbe publication or his "Military His
tory orthe Negro Troops in the War
of tbe Rebellion."
The banking bouses or N. M. Roth
schild fc Bona and Messrs. Banlng
Brothers, of London, have each con
tributed fJ,500 to tbe Charleston re
Roscoe Conkjing is a member of an
automatic delivery company just In
corporated lit New York with a capi
tal or $500,000.
Tbe sons of seventeen Senators and
sixty-seven Representative are borne
on the government rolls, bealde tbe
relatives of members or the Cabinet
and other Washington officials.
Mrs. Grant inylted Mrs. Cleveland
and tbe President to stop at her bouse
at Elberou on tbelr return from tbe
Adriondacks, but tbe visit to Buffalo
will prevent an acceptance of tbe in
vitation on tbe part or the President.
JtniM Recalton, a school teacher or
Maplewood, N.J., has just returned
from a trip through Russia on a tricy
cle. He left New York June 12 and
arrived at Archangel early lu .July,
and St. Petersburg Aug. 11. His trip
cost blm ouly 1300.
Me-ao-wat, the son of old Chief
Keokuk, baa been paying a visit to
Keokuk, Iowa, which was named
after his father. He is now known aa
Chif Moses, and baa charge or the
reservation orthe Baca in tbe Iudian
Territory. He ia quite wealthy.
The Hon. Fred T. Dubois, who was
removed from the Marshalship or
Idaho by President Cleveland at the
instance or the Mormons, has been
nominated for Congress by the Re-
fiubllcant or Idaho. His election will
a bitter pill to tbe Mormons.
The Tavlor brothers who arc run
ning for Governor In Tennessee, have
formed an agreement uy wmen iiou,
the Democrat, is to drop the Prel
dent's civil-service reform policy aa a
campaign iue ir Alf, tbe Republi
can, will leave out bis fiddle. It is
thought the Democrats got tbe best
or tbe bargain for tbe fiddle was the
biggest issue in tbe campaign.
In 1770 the Committee of Barely or
New York caused a chain 1,800 feet in
length, with boom attacbed, to be
stretched across tbe Hudson between
Anthony's Nose, on the Eastern side,
and Fori Montgomery on the wes
tern shore. Twice the river current
swept away these obstructions but a
third one, constructed in the sprlng
or 1777, endured until the capture or
Forts Clinton and Montgomery in
the autumn or that year by the Brit
ish. It was then destroyed to clear
the passage or tbe river for the fleet
then attacked and destroyed Kings
ston. A similar chain was afterward
placed across the rlrer at West Poiut.
Judge Holt, or Beloit, remarked in
Atchison tbe other day, speaking or
Judge Wilson, "He is one or the most
conscientious and honest men I ever
knew. I have known personally a
number of district Judges lu Kansas,
and have practiced in their courts,
but Judge Wilson Is tbe fairest, squar
est and best district judge I ever
f practiced before. He is absolutely
mpartlal and Just. He is intellect
ually honest honest In his convic
tions. He is morally honest, and bis
Integrity la without spot or wrinkle,
and all this rot about Judge Wilson's
being a "drunken duffer" Is a shame
and an outrage, that ought to be dis
countenanced by decent and reputa
Juit Stop and Think.
Don't you know that one or tbe
beat ways to save your hard-earned
money, la to buy where you can get
tbe best for the money invested ? Of
course you kuow it. And we want
to remind you that this rule applies
nowhere better than in the purchase
of a sewing machine. Take our word
for It (until yoa have a better proof)
that, ir there la one maebine that ex
cels another, the New High-Arm Da
vis, with Its vertical feed, excels them
Nerer Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and
depressed spirits, loss of appetlte.gen
eral debility, disordered blood, weak
constitution, headache, or any dis
ease or a bilious nature, by all means
procure a. bottle of Electric Bitters.
You will be surprised to eee tbe rapid
Improvement that will follow; you
will be inspired with new life;
strength and activity will return ;
pain aad misery will eease.and hence
forth you will rejoice la the praise of
Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty centa
a bottle by Oscar Belts.
This name baa become so fumlliar
with the most of people throughout
the United States that It Is hardly
necessary to state that he la the origi
nator of the great Dr. Bosako Cough
and Luug 8yrupthe people's favorite
remedy, wherever known.for Coughs,
Colds, Consumption aad all affections
of the Throat aad Lungs. Price 50
cents and f 1.00. Bold by
"What causes tbe great rush at Os
car Bella's Drug Btore?" The free
distribution of "sample bottles of Dr.
Bosanko's Cough and Lung Byrup,
tae meat popular remedy for Coughs,
Colds, Consumption aad Bronchitis,
now on the market. Regular price
60 cents and $1.00.'
A detailed description or whet
goes on in theetoraaon of a child wbo
hs worms, would net bo pleusint
rewJlnf;. Saffleeit to ray. that tbe
child ta in tenaeat, and QTery princi
ple of ha malty calls open us wbo are
parents, to help tbe little ones God
has committed te ns, by expelling tbe
eaemy. ThePeerleas Worm 8pecl Be
la a simple, safe and palatable reme
dy. WeeeHiL No ear, no pa.
News Attain Teen.
It is the earreat report about town
that Kcmp'a Balaam for tbe Throat
and liUBga la maklag some remuka
ble esres with people who are
troabted with Cosgbs, Afifema, Broa
ehltlfl and Censsmptioau J- J. Pnr
eell will give any pet-eon a trial bottle
free afeotL It Is BBaraatesd lo re
lieve aad cure. Priec W oests aad fl I
- f" ftt,riri'i T '1
ttaeMss'a Amies Salve.
Tbe Best Salve ia lie world fer
Cats, Bnifaea, Bores, Ulcers, Bal
Rkeum, Fever Bcrea, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, aad all
Skin Eroptiona, and positively carea
Piles, or bo pay required. It ia guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25cts- per
box. Fob Balb by Oscar Belts.
Doa't neglect a cold. It la a dan
gerous companion. A Cough, Cold
or Sore Throat requires immediate at
tention. Hill'a Peerless Cough Byrup
will cure them, or I will refund your
W. W. Ueed, DroggUta. of Win
chester, Ind., writes.- "One or my
customera,Mrs. LouUa Pike. Barton
la, Randolph county county, Ind.,
was a long sufferer with Consump
tion, and was given up to die by ber
physldana. Bhe beard or Dr. King's
New Discovery" tot Consumption, and
began buying it or me. In six montfai
tlme she walked to this city, a dis
tance of six mllea,and ia now so much
Improved she baa tiult using It. 8be
feels she owes her life to It."
Free Trial Bottles at Oacar Beltz's
W. H. Hill & Co., Falrport. N. Y.
Gentlemen For years my wife baa
been a sufferer from Coufctlpatlan and
Headache, suffering beyond endur
ance. She baa tried many remedies,
and consulted many eminent physi
cians, but found no help. About
three months ago she bfgan to lake
Cobb'B Little Podophyllln Pills and
she haa bad but one return of the
headache, and that waa caused by
overwork. Yours Truly,
C. H. Stevess, Lima, N. Y.
Oscar Beits, Druggist.
When your tongue ia coated and
your eyes are dull, when your blood
runs sluggish, when von have a fever
when you feel languid and have no
appetite, and all you eat lies on your
stomach like a brick, also when your
head aches, your blood is out of order
and your liver does not work proper ly
you need a good, reliable remedy that
will put new life and blood in your
veins. Begg'a Blood Purifier aud
Blood maker is prepared expressly
for this purpose and acU on the whole
aystem simultaneously; If you try it
oncelnyour family, you will never
be without It Sold by Oscar Belts.
Now at this season of tbe year when
any of us are liable to betaken with
cramps, colic, dlarrhuiaor dysentery,
how iifential it Is that all families
should keep a good colle and diarrhoea
remedy at hand. We guarantee
Begg'a Dlarrboe Balaam to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
Out qf 1,000,000 bottles sold last cum
mer not one was returned. Sold by
Curo for Pc$.
Piles are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight lu the baok, loins,
and lower part of tbe abdomen, caus
ing the patient to suppose he has
some affection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, syttip
toms or indigestion are present, as
flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach,
etc A moisture like perspiration
producing a very disagreeable Itchiug
after getting warm, is a very com
mon attendant. Blind, Bleeding and
Itching Piles yield at once to the
application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acta directly upon
tbe parts affected, absorbing tbe
dollora, allaying the intense itching,
and affecting a permanent cure
Price 50cta. Address, The Dr. Bo
sank o Medicine Co., Piqua, Ohio
and by Oscar Beits.
Xollee Of Election.
STATE OP KANSAS, Hi LI I Cooktt, m.
Worms, On the flRrnlh day of Septnobrr. A
P.lMG.the board of eonn'y rommlalooeri olSslioe
county. State ut Kansas, bring conrened In special
estlon. In tbe ofleeot the coanty clerk oi said
county, at the city olSallna, the eoanty seat of
saM county, purtatnt to the statalo In soch case
made and prorided,dld make aad enter oa record
the f elloelne order, hwl t .-
Whereas, A petition, signed by Win. E. Tinkler
and Vt others, bflaetnore than two fifths of the lax
payers resident In Eureka township, Saline eoan
ty, stste of Ksnsss, was on the 1Mb dsy of Erp
tnabrr, A. D. ISIS, ptecenled to the bowl of
county eommlsilonm of said county, there bettic
pretest Awon Miller, chairman or said board, and
E. II. Glbfaa and Daniel Ilamharger, members
thereoi, and Joseph Sarcent, county clerk of said
county, and ei-offlclo clerk ot said board, which
said petition, with tbe signatures thereto omitted.
It In the words and agiurs following, to-wlti
lb At ITmoroU Board Oaary CaauaArtntert ,f
Whereas, Uh. Chlraga, St. Joseph and Fort
Worth Eallvay Company, a corporation duly or
ganised and rxlstlag under and by virtue of the
lews of tba ststo of Ksnsas, being aboat to cvt
tract its railroad from St. Joseph, Mlssoorl. lo
Fort Worth, Texas, prupuera lo construct, main
tain and operate Its said rsllraad In and through
Eureka township. Saline eoanty. In tbe ststo of
Kansas, as antborlsed and empowered to do by Its
charter and by the statutes of said stats ; and the
undersigned, retllrnt tax-payers of the aald town
ship, being dealrooa of aiding In tbe constroclaa
of tu proposed railroad of aald railway rate pa nr
In tbe manner proTMed for in an act of the Irglala
tnre ot the slate of Kansas, ar-proTed February
SSth, A. D 1ST, aad raUlIrd An Aet to enable
Counties, Townships and Cities to aid In tbe cos
traction ot railroad s. and lo repeal Section Eight
of Chapter Thirty-nine of the laws of IJJC sad
acta amendatory thereof.
Row, therefore, we. tha andrrslgned resident
tai-payers ot said Eureka township, toast respect
fatly petition your honorable body, that you (as
aalborlard and empowered tpdo by the sJomald
act and the acta amendatory thereat do orders
special election to be held in said to vnthlp, aad at
such spec Isl election submit to. or caase to be sub-
tea to. loequaj
, tbe qualified voters e( aaM townahlp. In
er and form trreeerlfaed br the aftumnn.
tbe manner and form rreserlbed by the atoremra-
tlonrd acts, a proposition tosnhscrlbe. In Ihe nam.
of said township, to (and for) the capital stock of
said Chicago, 8t Joseph and Fort Worth Rsilway
Company, lo the amount ot twenty thonsand dol
lars, upon the terms and eeodlllcna hereloafter aet
forth, to-wlt 1
That la paymtat for Ihe rsplul slock of the
Chicago, St. Joseph A Fort Worth Bailwsy Coo
pany, so tubscrtbed In tbe asms of stld township,
the bonds of aaid townahlo ahall be issued la enma
of one thoutand dollars each: that the principal
ol aald bonds shall be peyaUetblrtT years from
the date thereof, and aaid bonds shsll bear Interest
at the rate of six per centum per asanas, said In-
leresa oetag payatne aeml-snnuuir.ana that both
the principal and Interest of aad bonda shall be
Table at the fiscal agency of the state ot stanaas.
ate ol I
the dry et New York; and
That when such special election as
ble body shall order, for the
rpeee herela speet-
fied, shall have beea duly held, aad the votes east
at tm.li election ahall hare been dale can
and toe result thereof declared, la ease a majority
of the rotes cast at sneb election ahall have been
toned aad declared te be la favorer the prorod
Uon to subscribe. In the name ef said townahlp lo
(and fcr) the capital stock ef said Chicago, 81. Jo
seph ond Fort Worth Htilway Company to the
amount al twenty thousand dollars, then the
beard of eoanty cemmlarlooers of aald county ahall
order and canto tbe coanty clerk at said coanty to
forthwith stake tabeeripttoa, la tbe name of aald
townahlp, to land fer) the eapttel stock ef said
rsilway company to the amount of twenty Ihoso
and dollars, upon the terms sd renditions foBow-
Whenever tbe said Chicago, . Joseph tad Fort
Worth Hallway Company shall hare eottttrueted
and have la epsratka lu railroad from the north
ern or eastern bouadsry of aaid township te the
southern or western boundary thereof, and a Ma
Una with suitable station baOdinw and rid tnrt
shall hare beea tatabUabod thereon, within tbe
plaited Ilmita of er Immediately adjetainz tha
town (er etly) of Oyputm a ty, and a stattee erUa
siding aad suitable sUtioo balMlet shall hare
been estabilthed within eoe mile cat tbe northern
beaadaryefoid township, and at Meat sir raHee
et aaid railroad, tadedlng aldlnrs, shall have been
reaatracted la said township, thea the board cf
eoaatr rommlasteneri el aald eoanty ahall iseae
aaddeiirer, orcatrsetobeiatoed asd deJlreredto
said railway company Ihe bonda et said Eureka
township, ta tbe amonnt of twenty tbonsaad del.
tare, la payment fer a tike amount, dollar fer dol-
. ml ,t -J..t ... ,W mM I, ll
whleh capital stock said railway company akaii
deliver te the treasurer ef eahf teoaafatp betore
aid beads ahall be delivered te aaid railway com
pear. Provided. That 90 tart et tbe atimall Vnaut,
shall be issoed aad deilrcrrd taaald railway com
pany aalesa Ha aJeresald nitread shaR have beet)
eeetstrweted and pat ta epertiloa through aaM
township, snd the afortaail tiationa eetahHrhed
thereee. wlthta twelre tneetas frem tae day apea
whSeh the sioeeraid apeclai elect km ahall be held
la aaid lowtnhla.
That theee vcklag la favor of the foeigulng prop
ejetUos shall hsTe smttea er minted aaa their bal.
lett tbe werds, "la tares- cf the aebserlstiett lo
(snd far) Ue espUai rtcekel the CWeata,. Jo
seph aad Pert Worth Railway tirmptny," aad ail
such ballets, sad hcjy such, can at saeat sredal
ekctieai, ahall be eonnted In iaTorar soch prcpe-
That those votlaf sgtlcst the feregetag prepeet
tiosi trail have written or printed ea tketr eastern
Ihe wsTds. ' Against the auttcrlvtfoa tafaad fer)
tbe cnttal stock cf Ihe Chkswe, BJ. Joseph aad
lets, sod Mir taet. teat et each special decilei,
ahsH be eetreted etex each croco.li.ea.
And fksta, suit baud et count cesuataloa
era have exsmJoei' nH petition, and It bavins
been shows, to the eajlsiictioa of aald bond. Out
eeld peWseaaas lean airned by races than twe
ajthsof the tax revere reskSentln tsSi terafclp,
ndltaiaiaraiwtg1tiedbrUw.Bj to U ell
nfpMUnctUtuilbl,tsdiliJnitil to ftod
Vv ttacfent, psisust U th prrrtr et stld
mWUon. end UeiUuiU ia nticaoudiMl
HorMcd. It is hereby ordcre by tb bond cT
eoaalj maialiilomnal nM csantr, thtXttfviil
lectin ba bcM. at tha vaal toting par la aid
tevnsJp, oa Taodar. tba lSih daj of October, A.
D.ISSS, at wkJebaald election the protxalUoa art
forth In lhherelnbee netted petiuts which
neUUea. whs ua wmuaa uemo omul, te
bertbr eudea part of this ecder ehall be sab-
hip for tbrir dedtlsa bj toilet.
qsallfied raters of saldtDvn-
And It U farther ordered, brntd baard eteaa-
tr enaatbaieatn, that th sberUT ot aald roaa Ir
taaxe ase procusuoo u to ?mrn sua rwd-
sheriff el forth tbe a bore and foregoing order aar
rs-K said petition loeran
Ia witness whereof, we. tbe nnderslgimd. chair
man and raemhersol the board of county enmtais
steaersof tbe county of Saline, stall of Kansas,
bare hereunto set oar hands, aa chairman and
members albteeald.et thecoanlyaeatof said county
this 1Mb day et September. A U. ISM.
ANSON MIIXEB, Chairman.
E. II. UIDB8.
As attest, my signature and teat of Saline eunfy
hereto aflxed this grteenth dsy of September, A.
j jajg. a
Iscat.1 JOSEPH SABOEXT. .
County derk of SsKoe county, state of stanaas.
STATE OP KANSAS. oUuac Courrr, t
I. Joseph Sargent, county clerk of tbe county ot
Saline, state of Kansas. do hereby renlfy that the
abate and foregoing Is a full, correct and complete
copy of the order made by the board of county
cwnailt-looers of said coaaty of Saline, at a srecisl
fimliin nf riMlmirl f-'r held at mr oXre in lite
dty of SaHaa. tbe county seat of said county, on
tbe lath day of September, A. D. ISM, which said
duly entered on the ieurnaleilbe record
of the proeeedingi of said bojtd of coanty com-
la wHnem whereof I bare bereqnto aet my hand
and a B led the teal el aald eoualy of tSallne, this
1Mb day olSeptember, A P. lle.
tssL.! JOSEPH BAKnEXT.
County derk at Saline eoanty, suteof Ksnsss.
Now therefore. I, W W. BARTLETT. shericT
of SaKae county, state of Kansas, pursuant to the
above and foregoing order, aod by virtue of the
authority rested ia ate aa sheriff of said county, do
hereby prodatra and make known that on 1 ues
day, the isth day of October A D. it!, there will
be held a special election, at the nana! voting place
ia Eureka township, Saliac couaty. state of Kan
sas, to vote udoji the nropoaitioa set forth in the
I above aad foregoing order, tali of which order and
tbe pernios therein rrcueo: is nercDy nuueapart
ef hi proclamation i in Ihe manner and form pre
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my
bandits shechTof said county of Saline in the state
of Kansas, atmyoftcera the city of Salina.the
coaaty seat of said couaty, on this 15th dsy of
September, A D. 1IS0.
if W. W BARTLETT.
Sheriff ef Saline couaty, state of Kansas.
Hot eeef Election.
Whereas, on the 4th day or September. A. D.,
13, the board of coanty commuWoBrrs aSaline
county, state of Ktoat. being convened la apecul
session, iq tbe office of the county clerk el aaU
county at the elty olSallna, Ihe county seat of
aid county, pursuant to tbe statute! la such case
made and profiled, did make and en Uron record
the lotlowlng order.to.wlt .-
Whereas, a petition signed byj W. Rardon
and It olbtrs. being more than Iwo-Srthanfthe
tax.psyert resident in Solemon townahln.Sallna
county, aUte ofKtnaas, was on this (tbdayof
September.i D..18JC. presented to the board ot
county eaaimUslooers of said eoanty.lhere bring
present Anton Miller, chairman of sakl board,
and K II. tiibbe and Daniel Ilambarger.members
thereof, and Joseph Sargent, coMntyeiJrk of said
county, and ei-mSteln elerkof said board, wnlci
said petition, with algoatures therelo omitted, Is
In Ihe wards and figures following, to-wit:
7b lis JboaraMe Bsanf efbaary Omsttattaers
Slliitf Qmulf, SaU eAaui
irbereas. The Chicago, SL Joseph and Fort
Worth Railway Company, a corporation duly or
centred and existing under and by virtue of the
laws or tbe AUteof Kansas, being about to con
struct its railroad from Saint Joseph, Missouri, to
Fort Worth, Texas, proposes, to constraet. main
tain and operate Its aald railroad Into and through
Soloraon town.hlp. Saline county. In the state of
Kansas, ss antborlsed and eranowerrd to da br
its charter and by the aututea af said H'ate ; and.
Whereas. We. th andaraigsed, being more
than two-fitlbaefthe resident isg-patrofasU
township, are desirous of aiding tn tb canal ruc
tion of the proposed raiiruaa 01 saia rsuwsy com
lo the manner urotUed for In an Act ot the
ilatnre of the Mate of Kansas, annroved
February jHb A D, 1S70, andenllUed -An Aet
to enable Counties. Townships and Cities ta aid
In tbe constrBetien of railroads, and to repeal
Section Eight of Chapter Thirty-nine ol the lawa
el 1874" and acta amendatory theteof, byaub
tcrlbtpg In the ntme of said Soiotlon townahlp,
aa provided for In said act and the acts amenda
tory thereof, to (and for) the capital Slock of aald
Chicago, Saint Joseph and Port Worth Railway
Company to the amount of twenty thousand dol
lars, and to make payment lor said capital stock
by Issuing and delivering to said railway eompa
ny the bonds ef said townahlp for a like aum,dol
lar for dollar.
Now Therefore, We, the undersigned, rexUrn,t
lax-patera of said Kolorson township, tnott re
tpectfuily petition yeur honorable body, tut yea
(ae authorlied aod empowered to do by the afore
aald aet and tbe acta amendatory thereof) do
order a special election to be held la old (own-,
ship, and at each special election submit to, or
cansetobe submitted to, the qualified voters of
aald township. In tbe manner and form pre
scribed try the aforementioned acta, a propositioa
to subscribe. In tbe name of said Solomon town
ahlp to (an 1 for) Ihe capital slock of a iid Chicago,
Sslnt Joseph and Port Worth Railway Company
to the amount of twenty thousand dollars, upon
the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth,
That la payment for the capital stock of Ike
Chicago, Saint Joseph and Port Worth Railway
ship, the bonds of said Solomon township shall be
lasued In sums or one Ibootand dollars each ; that
the principal of said bonds sbsll be payable thlttv
years from th data thereof, and said bonds shall
bear Interest at the rate of six per centum per
annum, said Interest being parable seml-snnusl-ly.
and for this purpose, said bonds thai hare
teml-annual Interen coupons attached , and that
both the principal and Interest of aald bonds shtll
be payable at the Fiscal Agency er tbe State of
Kansas. In tbe City of New York.
That when such special election as your honora
ble body shall order, for the purpose herein
specified, shall have been duly held, aad tha
votes cast at such election shsll bate teen duly
canrassed, and tbe result thereof declared, la
case a majority of the votes cast at so h election
shsll hsve beea foand and declared to he In fsvor
of the proposition to sjbaeribe. In the name or
aald Solomon township, to (and ("t the eaulttl
slock ofsatd Chicago, Saint Joseph god Vott
Worth lUUwsy Company to. tbastaoiiatef twenty
Minmwiuutiin, mrii mo uotTM Ol oouqiy PQnl'
mutienertoraard jitntr th.mord.er a, nd
the county clerxof saldeonaty Iq huke
trull or4ert,nd cause
tq U4ia suo
criptlon.ln the asm of aald tawnablp, to (and
for) the capital stop gi MM railway compan
mis amount 01 ivanty anoutana aoiiars.ano
cause me uoLoa 01
said Solomon township, with
iaa attaehtJ. te l b-
auedla the name
towashlp to a like
twnly thoutand dollars upon
toe terms ana conditions following
Whenever the aaid Chicago, Saint Joseph and
Fort Worth Hallway Company shall hare con
structed aad have la operation Its rallml from
tbe northern or Eastern biundsry er aald town
shin lo the Baalhern houmlir tlurpAI. and !-
Hon (with sUIng) established thereon, wllhln'tasv
tlon shall also hsre beea established wijsjn ong
mile of the sou them boandtryor said townahlp.
then the Board of coanty commlssloders 0 sal
eoanty shall issue and dtllver, or cause ta Vb
sued and delivered, to saht ralWay cowpgny Ihe
bonda of said Solomon township, 0 the amount of
twenty tboatsnd dollars, in pajment for a lite
amount. dollar Ux qol'ar.o (be capital atoch of
said rsllwsy company, which capita! sleek aald
railway company ahall deliver to tbe treasurer of
said townsh,ln before aald bonis shall be deliv
ered to stH Halwsy Company
Prorlded.That tbe hoods or aald township sols
aoed god delivered to said railway company shall
not exceed fifteen thooaand dollars, and five per
cent, additional of the assessed valne ot the pro
perty of (In) said towBthlp aa shown by the
assessment last made prior to tbe leawaace aad
delivery er said brand a.
I-rovMed, Further, That nopsrtofthesloreaiU
bonds shall be owned sod delivered lo aiid rail
way company unless the aforesaid railroad or said
railway company shall hate beea eoaslructrd and
put In operation through aatdtownshlo and ex
tendi eg Mrlhwardly or eaatwarlly therefrom
mm, maim, ana souiBwaraiy therefrom thlrtr
miles, and the aforesaid autlon eaUhllshed
loenonwuniaanecaBvoeths from Ihe day apoa
whleh tie sforesaldtpecial election shall beheld
InsaidtowBthlp. aad that both ttatloas shall be
looted within the limits efsald towssbip and
that lame shall be at least six miles of railway la
aaM towathlp Inclusive of aldlnrs.
Provided, tost the aforesaid nlrirtlon . In
the same or aald townahlp, U (and for) the capi
tal slock of aald laHwar company ahall be made
upoa the exnrrneMirJIUnn that the said Chicago,
Saint Joseph and Fort Worth Rsllwsy Company
Iehare lie railroad ia actual process of eon
si rwtloa and ahall before Ibe SSib. day el Uarch,
AD 188T. ataoae point within one hundred
miles of aaM towathlp, bare at ieatt ttlny milea
oflu aald railroad la operation, otherwise aaM
aubserlFtlon ta be Ball and void.
That those voting la favor of the foregoing
proposHea shall have written er printed en their
baliotathe words, "la favorer the an bscrlptloo
to (and for) the eapltal stock of Ihe Chlcagi,
Saiei Joseph and Port Worth Hall tray Compaay i3
and alt sack ballots, cast at such special eieeUea,
shall bo counted lu favor et each preposition.
Those voting against the toresorug propoaltioa
ahall have wrtttea or printed ea ttelr trtliKa the
words. "Against Ue sabecripUcn In tbe came ef
Saint Joseph aod Pert Worth Balltray Company-'
ai,.,,n W U" Pe electioa,
skaH becoonted against such peorjoeiUcn.
Aad Whereaa. Soil board of coaaty eestabBioa
en have examined aald petition, aad It having
been ahewn. Lathe aalhfbj-i Inn rr.M tv. .4 ,v-T
taidpetHlon has beea stgned by more thaa two
fifths of the Ux-psyert Testdeet tnaaidnolemoa
towKthla, SaHae coanty. state ef Eanaas.aad ia
lathe torMiMTacrtbed by U. and Is la aU r
srreTslar and legal, aod aaM Board to finds
MowThtreJere, Pareaaat to the prayer ef raid
rarttttoo. and the ataiaUa la such case made and
provide!, It U hereby ordered by the beard er
coaaty ceaaialssiooers ef StHne eoanty. tuts ef
Kansas, that a special el ecttaa be beU at the mm al
II?! &? "! " township, oa Taes
day the 19th gay of October, A. D. I&tJ, U whleh
l14 ? "?? mforuTlVth.
hertlabefore recited peUtloa-which petit km,
with tee tSgnelHres thsreto oaltied. la hereby
.,ld! r5rtef & rte-haH be eubmltted to
!i!J,.,',?,'8rf T,r Ms' towashlplbr'
Uetr deefaiea by baDot.
And H is farther ordered, by said board ef
wj i leeiiNMis, aaaa tae saertnT otiaaliae
eoanty, state ef Kassu, make doa crnctaaaaUoa.
,.?,I?en,- towaaaip, efthe heMlsgof
M?to"j Ul -be I6 afortaaM: pt
pabHatrfeg the aame.fer thirty days or mora next
necrdteg ihe dsy of holding the said elo-Uow la
the SaKaecsaaty Joraaatta aawaropcr cob
Usbediacaideesaty. aad hanaw a tnwral circus
llttenin aald tewashla. mA that laiiUinm.
BirBarweetese pentsen ueraia.
Ik Wkeesa Whereof. VTe. the aadersigecw.
ehairataa aad taembcri of the beard of coaaty
csesaaisssMers efthe cnesdy of SaXae, state of
Kansas, have here ante Set oar tueds. at caalrmaa
aad members as aearesawt, a the couaty aeatef
aaM couaty. this ilk day af Septetaber, A. D
trJJr.SESSS bV nhua7tsVI. b! f I- nowTo..w- w BanIeu.theraTof Sa- f aaoeroai aad laH other persona iaterested fat
SL ttorer?JESzSSif?J,t?J,Sr ,'0T.Stateofraasat.rwsuaeitotheaboe the aforesaid estate, are hereby aoUacd that
JIir,2wl5eiJuh?: "rfirf of the entity , attheregalar term of the Probate Coort in aad tor
UgeaeeUetuinseme ivswtpspMpaMlsheJIa Tested ra aa as sheriff of said coaaty. do hereby said coaaty. to bebegwa aad held at the coart
aaJdmaty. and hating a general elmtlatloa In proclaim sad make known that ea Tuesday, the room la SaKea, coaaty V Saliee, state dSZeSSi.
Id taamssla. and that In aald proclamation aald , mI, .l.rrv.k a n . Tt -SV-VTij ,i..tu7.i .urZl.r?LrT .
A attest nrtfrauara sd UtUsf ssldSa.
?f ?MStJ'i" to afixed this th day of Sestea
orr A. St., tseo.
STATS OF KANSAS, I
t Jostpfc Sanest, coaaty derlc of the eoaatr of
Sain, state of Kaasst, do hereby orbfr that the
abora aad fortfoia is a aH, correct tad coareieta
copy of the order aude by th board of coaaty
coacuuKnenoftaidcocnty if SaBs at a special
sesuoa of said board, daly held at sty eOca u the
cayeTSaima, the cooaty seat of said coaaty, oo
the 4th day of September, A. D. tSaft, which said
order vasdely catered ea the journal of the record
of the twocecdiaxs C said board ot eoaatr coet
Ia vkaess whereof, I hare hertsato et ay
hud aad aSzed the seal of said eoaatr of SaKae
this sth day of Septetaber. A. O. tSSe.
I""-! . JUSSl-BSAKUEST,
wctb di aunt ii
aetr. State of Kaatas.
valelecrjoa. at the traual voting place ia Solo-
township, Saliae coanty. state of KAosas,to
upon the propositioa set forth ia the sbove aad
fbreeoiBr order, lall af whvti Ani A ak- n.
tios therein nested is hereby aaade a part of this
proeUsaatioa) ia the meaner and (ana prescribed
In WUaess Whereof, I have hereunto set my
hsnd, as sheriff ol said couaty ofSaKae la tbe state
of Kansas, at my ofiicc ia the cky ef Saliaa. tbe
coaaty teat of said couaty. on ihk ath day of Sep
tember. A D.. tSBA. W. W. BARTLETT,
Sheriff ofSaliae Coanty. State of Kansas.
Hot Ire or E!eeUss.
STATE OT KANSA8.7TT
Coorrr or Sauai. "
Whereas. on the 1th day of September, A. D.,
Iftei the board or eoanty eammlss oners ef Saline
county, state of Kansas, being convened la special
session. In tbe eSce of the eoanty clerk of said
county, at the elty of Silloa,the couaty teat of
aald eoanty. pursuant to the statutes la taeh ease
made and nrovided.dld make and eater oa record
tbe following order te-wlt .
Whereas, a petition signed by J. B. Btkklag
and 4T others, he log mora than two-a'the ef tbe
tax-payers resident In Gypnm township. Saline
county, state of Kansas, was on thtt 4th day of
September. A D 1830, presented to tbe bard of
coanty coamlulnnrrs of said eoanty, there being
present Anton Miller, ehslrmsn or said beard,
and E II. tiibba and Daniel llBmbarger. mem.
bere thereof, and Joe. Fargent, eoanty clerk of
said eoanly. and ei-efllclo clerk .f aald board,
which aald peUtloo, with Ihe tirnslures thereto
omitted, ts ta the words and figures follswlnf,
7b (Ae IbimmlU BaaH tf Chantry Cbmsiftrteaert tf
SaliM Cbaary, Site tf Kntau
Whereas, Tbe Chicago. 8t, Joseph and Fort
Worth Rallnsy Company, a corporation duly
organized aad existing nnder and by virtue of lbs
laws of the State of Kansas, batae aant ta mn.
atruet lu railroad from Saint Joseph, Missouri, to
run norm 1 rxaa, propnsee to eenatmet. mala
tain and operate its said railroad Into and hranrh
Uyptum township. Ratine county, la the state ef
naosas, as aninonaea and empowered to ao Dy Its
charter an I br the alatntes of said state, and
Whereas, We the nnderslgaed, being more
thsatvo-finhaof the resident tax-payers of the
said township, are desirous or aiding In the ion
atroetlaa ef the proposed railroad of said railway
company. In the manner provided for la an act of
tbs Legislature ol the stste of Kansas, a pprorrd
Vbruary9!th.AD. fCC and entitled aIAaAei
to enable Counties, Townships and Cities to aid
In tha eoostraetloa of lallroads. and la repeal Sec
tion Bight or Chapter Thtrty-oloe of the lawa of
lRt.n and acts amendatory tbereo'. by sab lerlb.
lag In the name oftakl CJjpsum Uwoahips provi
ded fbrlntaM act and the acta amendatory thrrrof,
to (and rorl the capital s oek ot aald rhicsro.Halnt
Joseph and Port Worth Hall war Comoenr to the
amonnt or twenty thoovnddoltara.aad to make
payment for aald capital stock by Inning and de
live ring U said railway company the bonds ot
said township 'era like mm. dollar 'or dollar
Now therefore, we, ths undersigned resident
Ux.psjers of said Oypram town blp,moalrrtxe
foli petition your honorable body, that yoa (as
authorised and empowered to do by the aforesaid
act and the seta amendatory thereof) do order a
special election ta be held la. aald township, and
arvhsweisl eleetlouairimJl to, or cartta to be
bmltted to. ths oaalllled voters of stld town.
submitted to. the hullMed voters of stld town'
ship, la the manner and form nrescrlbed br IU
ship, la the rsanner and form prescribed by the
aroremtitlloard acta, a proposition to subaertbe
laths name et aaM Gypsum township. to (aad
loriine capital atnciois w toicago, sstnt jotepn
and Port Worth Railway Compaay to the amount
of twenty thousand dollars, upon the terms and
conditions hereinafter set lorth, to-wlt:
That ta payment for the eapltal stock of the
Chicago, Saint Joseph and Port Worth Hallway
Company, so aubacribed la the aaae of aaM town
ahlp, the bonda or said Uypsum townahlp shall be
Issued la sums of one thousand dollars each : that
the principal of said bonds shsll be payable thlrtr
yearn from tbe date thereof, and aald bonda shall
bearlatereatat Ihe rate of six percent, peraaaam.
said Interest being payable aeml-annuilly, snd
for this purpose, said bonds ahall hare aeml
annual Interest couponi attached , aad that both
tbe principal and interest ef aald bonda shall be
payable at the fiscal agency of the state of Kansas
in the elty of New York
Thtt when sneb special election, aa yoar honor
able bndy ahall order, far the purpose herein
r pectled, thall have beea duly held, and tke voice
cast at such eleelUa shall have been aaly
canrtased, aad the result thereor declared,
lo case a mslorlly ot the votes east at soch
election shall bare been found aad declar
ed to be la favor of the preposition to
subscribe In tbe nsmeof aald (lyraum township
to (and for) Ihe capital alock of said Chicago, Saint
Joseph and Fort Worth Ral way Company to the
amount of twenty thousand dollars, then the board
of coaaty rommiatleaera of said county shall order
and raate the coanty clerk ot stld coaaty ta make
aubscrlptlaa, ta tbe name of aaM township to (and
for) Ike capital stock of aald railway company to
the amount ot twenty thousand dollars, and ahall
cause tbe bonda of said (.lypsuro township, with
scml-tnnusl Interest coupons attached, to be
lasued la the name of said tonthlo to a like
amount to-wlt twenty thonsand dollars, apoa
Ihe terms and conditions following
Whenever the said Chicago, Salst Joseph and
Fort Worth Hallway Company ahall have con
structed and have ia operation lis railroad from
the northerner eastern boundary of saM tenn
ahip to Ihe southern boundary thereof, and a sta
tion (with aiding) established thereon, within one
mile of the center of ssM township, then Ihe I
lvsrd of county eommlssloneri ef sail canaly
shall Issue and deliver, or cause to be leaned and
delivered, to aabl railway company, the bonda of
eau uypanm towntnip ia tne amount 01 twenty
thoossod dollars, la payment for a like amonnt,
dollar for dollar, of the eapjtai stock ef saM rsll
wsy company, which eapltal stock rsld railway
company shall deliver lo tbe treasurer of saM
townahlp before acid bends thill be delivered to
aaM railway company
Provided, That the bonds of aald township so
Issued, aad delivered to said railway compaay
ahall not exceed trteea thoutand dellare, and five
per cent, additional of tke assessed rate ef the
property of tin) said townahlp aa shown b the
assessment nut made prior fothe icuacesnd
del terry of saM bonda.
Provided further, that no part of the aloreaaM
hoods shall be Issued and O'.iterM to aaM rail
way compan y anlest tha arorcssM rsHroM or aaM
railway company shall have beea constructed and
put In operation through said township and
extending northwardly or esstwardly therefrom
forlr miles, and Ihe aforeeald station establliaid
thereon within fifteen meotha from the day aeon
which the aforesaid special election shall bo held
In said townahlp, and that there thai be al lraat
alx miles ef railroad-track lnclDveof aiding In
Provided, That Ibe aefeealdi MtbserlpUon, la.
the nsme of saM towoaWp, to (and tor) the eafrl-.
ul slock of saH tajlway eumpaax ahall he aaade
upon the etsp as condition, thai, the anhtChlaogo,
Kaint Joaesiaad, Fort. Worth tyaUaaj Cmpany
sbal before Uesast day tfWesaber. A. U lrWS.
have lis railroad ta actual profss of eonatruetlon
and shsll before the. feuh day of March A- O.
Vi,ati.ome jolal within one hundred miles of
tVld townahlo. have al least thlrtr miles of IU aaM
I rtAcosdJo. operation, otherwise ssM subscription
vo fte eau ana vow.
That those voting In favor of tbe foregolagpraaw
outioa snsii nave written or prmteu oa iner tu.
iota the words, 'Ia fsvor nl tha seheteietloa te
(snd for) tbe eapltal stock or the Cateaa-e. rjalnt
Jeeeph and Fort Worth Railway Coajfoy; and
all soch balluta, east at each trsxtal election, thall
be eoanted la favor of each ssopottUoa.
Those voting tgsina the loregolne proposition
shall have written or printed ea their ballots tbe
wertia,Agalntt the subscription la the name or
aaM lesrnshlp la tbe capital atock nf the Chicago,
Saint Joaenh and Fort Worth BaUwarCecaneuvi'
and all such ballots, cut at such special electloo,
shall be conaled against such propositioa.
And whereas, ssld board of toontv eommlealoa.
era have examlaed aaM petition, and It barter
teen tbowa, to the tallaaciien of aaM board, that
aaM petition haa ba signed by mare than tans-
nuns or tae tax-payers resident ta aata uypsum
townahlp. Saline eoanty. elate ef Kansas, aad is
la the form prescribed by law.and Is ia all respects
regular and legal, aad said beard so finds aad
Mow therefore, parsoant to the prayer ef tUd
petition, and tbe statutes (a such ease made and
provided. It It hereby orde'rd by the board of
county commissioners ef Saliae eoanty. Slate ef
Kaatas, that a tpenlsl electioa be aaM at the nasal
voting place, la aaM Gypsum townahlp, on Tnee
dsy, the lth day of October. A- D. lana, at which
aald electloo the proyoslUoa set forth la tbe here
inbefore recited petition which petition, with
tbe signatures thereto omitted, la hereby made a
part er this order shsll be submitted to the
Hraflr qaallled Vetera of said township for their
And it la farther ordered by aald board of coaaty
oanalsdooera that the sherloTof Babhse eoaatr.
stste ef Kansas, make dee proclamation te the
voters ef aaM townahlp, el IhehoMlngef aaM elec
tion, at the time aad place aforesaid, by publish
ing it e aaae for thirty days or men aext preeed
Ingti toy of hoMls laid ejection, la the HAiiM
Cocatrr JQtrxgut, a newspaper pebHshed la aaM
conn tr, and hating a general etrcoleUoa la aaid
township, aad that la esM crocUmstlon aaid
shirt set forth the above asd toregoicg order anal
rrelu said peUUoo therein.
Ia witseaa wbareof. we. tha nadersleaad. ehaie-
mia aaa msmoers et we coera et eoexti
mtnwaers of ut coaaty or BaHae. state af
have hereuato set ear hands aa chelrnia aad
nteraners aa uoreaaad. at tha eeantr eeal er eaia
twenty, this 4th day ef SepteEnber, A . B. 18eB.
E. H. GIBBS.
Aa attest ay atgnatere aad tha seat of aald
Saliae coaaty, hereto aalxed tats dtk day ef Sep
tali. JOSSPH 8ABGKNT,
Coaaty derk ef BaHae Coaaty, State of Kansas.
STATE OP KAKSAS.)
SatciK CotTsrrr. J
I, Joseeh Sarreat, coaaty eJerk of the eaaaty ef
saliae. state jit neat, do ecrewy certely mat tae
cefur ef the erser saade by the beard of eoealy
commlaslooert of aaid coaaty ta" fisHne, at a spe
rial srasioa efaaU beard, daly held at By caste la
Ibe elty of Saliaa, Ihe coanty eet ef said coaaty,
ea tbe sih day ef September; A. B. 1S8BL which
aaM order waa duly catered ea the jeerasj ot the
record ef the proceedlags of odd board ef coaaty
Ia witness whereof. I have bcrswnte eat my
hand aad antxed tha eeal efeaM eettaty tuTniWae.
thU lh day ef Bepteasber, A. D. las.
IseaI.1 JOSEPH tA20KMT.
Coaaty derk of BatUe eoealy, state ef Kansas.
Raw ihcrwfert. I. W W. Bartteti. akent" of
twJiae couaty, state er Tittas parseawt to tae
above and forscoiax; coder, aad er TtrtseeT the
aathertty Tested la tee aa eserhTef aead roeetf . da)
bercDyprccutta and ansae hsewa teat ea Teee-
dar.the lXh day erOeteber.A. B. lSB6,terewlfl
be held a special dectloe, at t he aeoal saecag place
ta Orpeam ttmahia, Ssitae eeasty. stale ? Kaa-
day, the lata day efOeteoer.A. D. lSB6,terewril
aaa. ta vets necHi the orwoatl 1 ta tat fens
to vote opoa Ok prepott 1 ia ret ferth !a the
re and farreofs order. Caiief vkaeh crder aad
above aad farrgofag erser. tatlaf wkaea Otter al
tepetlilenijMraln recited la herebv made a nan
af this praelasatloa) la the meaner mat. mm
eraecribed by law,
la witness whereof, I have beretnto set say
band, as aseria af stld eeenty ef Seelee la aha
ie wa aiiwil. ibv fact an mo ? srMnv.
the coanty ta cussed ceusity. oa taia sh dsy et
r .!, i a - ra. aaec.
amine; of the Mayor aad CoaaakmeT
the City of S
Of daeaa. Kaatas. held oa the sal dav af
ea the tyl day of
AatasU tSSo, the foHowias rod erica was adoeeedt
. kxsntto, taax a ts aa twrewTeaKat aecestarr
Bcselred, that it is aa iaqawreaKat aecestai
be dose to curb aad fatter tha aooth aide of Ash
Street, treat Sereath to Fifth Street,
Witecse ary haad aad eSdal seal this nth day
of Aetast, USe.
Issal. 5. E. BOVTKN.
Jt-Jt City detk.
Notice of Final Settle
ment. STATE OF KAKS ASTT
la the Probate Coart ia aad br said Conaty.
Ia the cutter of the Estate of Albert Hosted de.
D 1B0. I shall snply to said Court, for a faB and
fiaal settletaeat ef aaid csrate.
1 C E. Lattata, AdasiaBtratar with v31 aanesed of
ALasar HmnraD. deceased.
September Sth, A. D 1SS0.
HENRY JACKSON, G. .
Architect and Civil Scgm&r,
111 Santa Ta Ave. 8AL1NA, EANSAS.
On the moat favorable terms.
Also all kinds of good Commer
cial Paper bought. Parties
wishing to borrow will consult
their interests by calling on me.
M. J. Wellslager.
Office over Pint National Bank.
J. J. GElS.
T. A. WILLIAMS
GEIS & WILLIAMS.
Office 2nd door east ef PosHrSee, txsl fiaor
BEAL ESTATE AND LOAN.
All persons having property to sell will de well
to calf on oa aad ahaee tame on ear booka. Oar
fscUitlttaretoodlorstUodlngtothat traneh of
sw-jvacoiasiry to xio-ajar
oa approved persenal and collateral security, alto
make abort time loaasoa Bea! Estate. Good papers
ai aoore aeacnpuon Duugna so ueiay SEqmaaiaT
osoe. saonay auwayaoaaana.
O-CONVEYANCISa or all kinds earaJalty
& C. EBL1NG,
Work guaxsvsteed to glrs aasstbeUea. Leave
orders at iwaHtnfe CnBegw a.ldl.loo near
Walnut street. Ah) ordera left nromyUyat
Uodedto. 000109 8. BaaU Pa avenue.
One) or tha Boat Stock Farmt la the)
All Fine Lttttd aad All TJader reaee.
310 Acres la Cntllyatlen.
Has a good two story reaUeaoev two teeemen'
houaea, large atone bars 1 tali res ttalit far fifty
hones, space 11x50 ft. fog loose stock, I grain bias,
each lira It, harness seoa, taow trill hoa
tons of bay, haa BSArag folk and cartiez. Toer
good wells ettUe abundance at beak waietvaMaiad
mills, mUlboaae with grlndtT,she8e. a. Party
scree tecaad la hoc tots, tlegtei satlea from
Ballna- The location la aa tan aa 1 to be foand.
WW sell at a bargain aad ea easy terms.
Call oa or address,
M. J. WELLBLAGEB SaliEa, Zm.
AN OP! LETTEB.
Oakley Kas., Ang. 24th, '86
last night and went "out calling"
in that new outfit you sold me.
Have been trading: in Salina for
ye?rs and you cart count oa me
as your regular customer'for the
reason that yoa cany the most
complete line, of clothing and
furnishing goods in Salina, and
your goods are all marked in
plain figures. You make no
misrepresentations and you are
grilling to make everything sat
isfactory Am going to organ
ize an excursion to comer down
to see you. Shall inform yott of
the date later. Received yosr
letter informing me that you have
opened a big stock of men'sr boots
With my best regards, '
JOHN T. KEKNA.
We paid this man taresty-fivc
dollars to write the abenr
The SLEEPLESS. RESTLESS;
JOSEPH L T0PHAH,
aiwxaux. Asxarr TOW cawaas jjio SOW J,
His Us mm Co.!
Of the United States.
Asawra,..........., icxxltextojt Deixaas
aLaxsucsrtnjgrrs Syanaas or Prva LcsDixe
Coatrawraa, Was Omciu Kxroxr :
Beta ha fill to erery tTSO ef itahlrMy.
Eqiltable m W0
Korthwenem il " 100 "
Kesr Tort lu 109 "
sautnai,B.i- ien - iqo
m - we
Books anil Stationary
The Old Relu-ble House of
Whitehead & Seaman
All the. Books used in
the Public Schools
Also a Complete line of Station
ery, Tablet Pads, Lead Pencils
Erasing Rubber, Ink,
Pens, Slates, Slate
.t Xjo war grices fhivn can
"be fbmTirt TFM nrwja,ero.
WALL PAPER-the Beat in
CTYCARRI 'AGE &
-wr ' ummmSkmmmm
I afTfffT ,fsff IB ti ' yy J T I asss"
saAaaaatltaltt!lBSBW awf - .QS'ye- ih 1Tt V J?
Are the largest and most complete Carriage, liuggy and Spring
Wagon Works in Central Kansas. I have the largest stock of Car
riage and Wagon materials, to meet all the wants of the trade, con
stantly on hand, a large number of new and second-hand Huggies
and Spring Wagons at all prices. Repairing departments consist oC
Woodworking, Blacksmithing, Painting and Trimming. None but
experienced workmen are employed, and only the very best of stock
used. Tops and Cushions, Dashes, Storm-aprons, and other trim "
mings kept in stock. All kinds of Carriages and Wagons made to
order. Buggies and Spring Wagons painted for from $S to $20
All work warranted.
S. PEARSON, Proprietor.
No Change in
115 K Santa
No. 107, Santa
i jif i
. t i.j... La ..
0Wf, . I ", , '
Varaiahes,,..., - Putty,... Toilet Articles,
we Lead,, - Lamps, Perf.-nery,
WrBtiaw Glass, Lamp Fixtures, Etc., Etc.
TbA oa be Saul la zaj eahey
r>OSXD JOSKSnVEST TO TBS
toannTnoK er the stats
Boctae Joint Beeolsaleas Vo. 4.
BBmSocnBaetXttosXo. i, Jer ta eas.
maaaionf aBrvpoUtleatoasBeo4 tae eewe-i.
tatiaa ef ttte Staa ef Kaasaa.
tVHreaofwctoyrV UfWatmnaf hVs Saaae a
asuaa,fsroAa"rdsetsVe inewtoen e'ecsesi ea
tack Iumm tKmaf nmcvmng (sema.
t&mos l. Th fnUnvina- BmaweMaB to
IameodthveoBsUtotioaof tiua Mate ia hereby
ettbmttte.1 to tbe oaalteial eeeters ef the ststo
I for their approval or reje vsoen Baatelr. Tha
t ccsa-stataua of Ai Seats of Xaaaae ia heeeey
emend d I.J striking at tne srhoie of teevtoa
Inst aactioa thlrtn. artarie three of tr. cooaU
tatian, and tsviti e iu hV of said eeetana iww.
and as aawtHbtly l,. aaid tretiea ttuitaea, the
follfwiac vbi -b "liult eicu.'ttala seeiKi twn, nf
arties throe, ,4 the wioatiWtvaa- &V tines 1 Tho
mitrfusecuait sess-t inataai' af Sen Josure, who
isdlbnrhnn-obysh-eirbjraaif Ihest te. thrra
of whoea atiall caMmtaaateaq-su an naki a caaa
eanMacf thrwut I b twry.lm h ry .to.
eisiit,tbriiL iYovirt. bo aa te by
law for Um lee ish ut tbo n-.mtr of wticna uf
b aneraw euoit t a-resi. when' wr tw-tbinls
id Um meeahera tif eecB buai tf tew 1 smlttore
hall eoocair, x1 ftr JttKn-ew hail eieietiiato
a qoorem, anl a eurarrr if foor ehaJI bo
n imparl t evevy d-eaeina the enart, Tbo
iesJcehtddietsuibeajmaaisioB by virtue.
T an eiwtiian. aiudl be rlterf jeaOiea, awt
in CM" two ur rtHwr- jmtieps kuM ea nt.
siociaof the saaMibU, ohVr temateia cnmeira
eitma of amy other uftt jtrarimt, thew etl .
termiae by i who ehadt h eMef taesW. AH
rnsdinleaeUraottt-t4-, thirtf-fiv jxvbmC
ageaaJopwanl, who have taeeet ashateM daeat
jt j uftho sotwrra" caMrt. attd an .its.es.
shallheelUibleto el-etkm e atpolutmi'nt w
thoutSceed' Jastiew ti awan ert. The
tern of ooSeeuf laatiow ot th- sapeeca" e,irt
aball l-tei rears, ueaeU to Ijh efc-, u,t 4i
xoeral H-cti(o every two year, vrh- Wn of
iifilre shall oienmeacv o the eeooful M'xxny of
nmuy next af tc his eteetinn. Tb wk
ee-cted at or prkir In UH- tiase ttf the wkttuo ut
title aasemlmrBt shall bul't their nrh-rs iloriae;
thtrrm forwtitrn, they were eterte.1 On th
nloptloa ot this amplrnect, hM ttro ahttbl
Jostteee fiiatMuvbln.t for by this auaeelnwnt
duaHta Bx4nteU by the severeor. aad shell
rluheirtiasoniaBtilttaerwst Mieml eer-tin,
in eiehteeet hnmlreil and rfaMy-eevea, wbeo tivir
atict.eiee shall b elected, one tt iwi uutil Ux
'ecvamt Muadayof Janaarr. etirbtm, kauvirnt
andnlcu-lv-hve. and ths oMwr to serve natal the
eMed MiiBdey of January, eebHi-n han.:r-.l
atvlBiarti-evvea. Wtsmesvr prorul.. hilll
mrnlo t-y lew fr bhe larreea- f thw num., . ,f
ra4irratt tiweeprrtoi- o.i t" -. w-niii
provided, ooeiitwo a-hU putt -e-hi.1 i
anndetnl by Ihn H..teeB.e, and daall Imt I tu ir
cdtirrw ontil the sawed Mu.liy "f Js tar) w
OMnHagttio guseral elWtiim sy-nth-f1 i. at
whWimbersoItliebtiH'..f e eiiiatiT -(
tlie lecislatare atalt l ei-r'nl. at wrin-b Ktil
eeorrsiel'Ctiao their ea.i-.iea icwll h -i - t l
-one fur the term oteight j arvattl lle-.xhT
for the term of teayvetni, fr,Huthew tl Hun.
ilayof Janaary next after t-i,ir eiVi-nxu. atxt
their eeaoereanrs ahall b- eHCl.il ever vm yieite
tafpafter. The mlary if ri in-t ulidl t
not leea tftan five thooRiml d dkara fn n tr.
Bxa S. TbUrinritwb J iu' ,itlto
tbe electors of this Ma t-at the aa-ne t . I-U.w
for the deetlon f r"ertiive t.
the IrarWatare la tl A. I. etd
trra hoaeired and eistr-ix. for their at-i
ral off reJecUoo. Tbaew. v in. in fav. .4 thw
promsitLaatitaateod Ui cawc.tnita shall h ve
written or prlnteat on their 1-ilK-k fZ.'
voting acalnstthbt iroriliia b A aoet tl
e metilutinn shU have written or printed.! th ir
balliita. "AaralnattbeiaiKcial aswtateot tu tim
oooatltatloo." rJahl bailoU rtmdi be rr.
crirnt, and told vote ehan be takHti,
enoxded, canvassed ant, returned, ami ro.
tarns thereof made, in Uh na mBJi'r art ia
a 1 reepecta aa ia provided by kisr ta eeswe f ihe
to force from aad after Ha poblieaUoa, in the
I bereiycertify that the tonnouut ta a trrteascl
correct copy of the orisinid enrolled liatre-o-tation
now rat fUe ta my oehen. aad wet the awtne
emarjubllsWlnUiocleesioo Uwsof htnant of
also repairs for Reapers, Mowers, Threahera aad
Headers; also makers of Price's Oecillatlag last.
Iron Field Roller; Smith'ajt aw Wind JtilLUei
and cheapest In the market. We make a specially
of re-bulllloe Steam Englees. Swot, -tsekt and
sheet Iron uerk. Ageme hr i riev . -'ur-
vannrator and Cane will. I'm ikleiont
OrUt Mills, Engines. BrfKrs. Ac.
Oor. tSa,a.tte, aso .aSLTyo. a. xa! -tVsala. tw
them This Tear
1 - . a-
' YaUstry Soaps,
'&& In ihe (My
i iii i -fcir
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