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THURSDAY. DEt'ESBERl, 1887
Court convene the 8th day of De
cember. It was something of a nliasard
Fred Ericken h been in the
city a day or twe. He Is learning
how to boom IlHesell.
V. H. Shiffert van engaged last
week In the removal of a chnreh
near KalHH to that place.
Tne "light" war rages. Sallua
like TarlK, In to have ho night no
cheap will artlHrial light become.
The pohih half, of southeast quar
ter, of M-ellens 14. 12, 7. ban leen
eoid to E. W. Ober, et al, for -,(,
l.y P. Q. Bond.
CoI. Mowr han by no mean drop
ped the ! ra houe scheme, bnt Imb
lila plans already on IihhiI, ami if
doing Mnif Mrong HgHiing in that
W. t". McCorwiek, well-known
here a an old resident of Bharjw
reek ami latterly as a hardware
man of ManHete, in now trnprie(r
of the MetoltBt" Hotel of the latter
Tlie yetertUy momlHK's h.h-
Krr train oh the Hanta Ke, ran into
an ojien switch at Abilene. The
whole train left thetraek, but neith
er the coaches or the engine were
A prominent real eta(e man -ayt
lit hat mon Im-lnec. on haml right
now. and more emtMirles for real
t-tale from eatem parties, thaH If
has liad for the m-l x . moHtlis.
He pmlh'tw a good winter for the
tval etate ldHe?".
Tltr Sylvan trve S'mttufl mhiihIs
a note f warninK that one N. (J.
old '-an alleges! mnd- teaeber"
bo ha a habit ttf living beyond
bit im-ome I liable to make bin ap
carance In Halina an he was head
ed tlii- way wlreH he left Sylvan
Messrs'. Thoroman, Swisher, XIc
C'arty aud Mlw (ilenn returned to
day from (J teat Bend having Imm-n
hi attemlanee oh the annual meet
ing of the Central K aunts Teacher'
A-ociatioH. The next meeling will
l held either at Saltita. or Lindn
Imrg. JudireJ.M. l"nderwoMl, of Mar
inette, arrive! borne ThHixlay eve
ning with 3 Hne Colorado fleer.
The MarHette Mtmilu,; notblg bin
arrival a "feedei;" remarks that
"there is lots of money in the oat tie
iHiiineM for tlHWf who are ItiiaiH
tally able to feel this t inter, for a
Rood price awaits them next Jwue."
Mr. Taylor Miller has received
the following letter from Mr. Ira
Wilson, the probable proprietor if
the new National Hotel:
St. JokiII, Mo., Nov. 35, 'S7.
DkakSik: Vimnt tt the 2M re
eived. Was glad to hear from you.
I will visit HafiHa the fore pnrt of
next month. Mr. K. K. Allen thinks
Sal inn the nicfst city aud the bes-t
pintplc of anj town lu the state.
Dr. J. V. lbyle, a former resi
dent of Sal ina whose Wahoo aud
11sissewa Hitlers gave him local
distinction, is delivering lectures on
chemistry in Itusli county. The
doctor la a very eccentric imlivldnal.
His talent properly directtsl might
liavr made himself something more
than an impecttHitiHS dun-nut
hermit, who would go willnoit bread
to siend a dollar on sem chemical
l.-ilmratory contrivance. He is oik
r the immortal many who lack a
Mr. W F. I.e-die and family are
now residence tf Mcl'lierson their
Kd haxing been shipied tiiere yt--tenlay.
The change ol residence is
made necessary by rea-on of the pre
sent time or rtiHHitig his train. He
is ismtiellcdto remain in McPberoii
over Might and hence wislies to Ih
w ith his family. Weare very relHc
tant to see himself ami his excellent
family taketlteirdepartlire, although
it is ItHt a temMrary arrangment.
There is Hot a more popular railroad
conductor in the West than W. V.
t aH. Wm. I.HHgescr,of Manistee,
Mull., is in the city a gHest or hb
Itmther-iH-Iaw Mr. Fred F.berhardt.
The l'ataiH is a furniture dealer of
Manistee. He has been nna visit to
Texas. He is looking about to see
whether or not be ean better his
location. Mr. S. f. Crlss was on tiltl
army comrade of his, whom he had
not met Tor years (erhaps not since
the war .and was very much jdeaed
to rH across him here.
The friends trf the Kansas Wesley
an Cniversity will In- pleased to hear
of the jrosperos comlition nf the
endowment fHml, as presenteil by
He v.J. II. ItckwtoHl in another col
umn. It is certainly a gratifying
showing. It is the basis of much
work yet to be done which, If prose
cHtctl with the vigor that has lireii
disdayetl by the agents of the I'nl
vendly in Mm ost few months, will
soon place the Kansas Wesleyan
in the front rank of Western I'ni
versitles. The programme for the annua
convention of the State Teachers
Association to be held in Toieka,
commencing with December 27, has
Itch otldbhed. In it we Ami the
following topic assigned to KalSmi
Arithemlie better methods of
teachings A. H. Owen.
A Normal school training not the
only essential quail tieatlens for a
teacher Agnes J. Carralhera,
The encowrgcwcHt aud ret t rain t to
lie gtven to Athletics in Colleges
KducatioH an InsidratioB, net a
drill W.H. Sweet.
The Missouri Pacific has shlpjed
all the material to the front, neeea
sary for the construction of the road
to Pueblo, and the agents along the
route are feeling verymuah relieved.
A fine boy made his appearance at
the home or K. It. Tuttle, in St.
Louis, on Thanksgiving day. As
Ed. has become a good Itepubllcan,
It Is safe to presume that the boy
will be one also.
We regret to learn, from the Liuds
borg A'ctet, that James M. Wllwn,
well-known iu Sallua and one of the
oldest eltlxeus of Sharps Creek, Mc
pherson county, is lying at the resi
dence of Mr. CoughcHour, McPher
son, In a very eritical condition,
with an altection of the stomach,
the attending physician having al
most given up any hopes f liis re
covery. The Hoard or Education meet .Sat
urday night. The building Commit
tee was instru eted to have two more
rooms in South Park School house
finished at once, ami to provide a
room In the north iwrt of the city
to accommodate the primary deiart
of the Second Ward Sehool boiihe.
The M-coml HMtin iu the Logan School
house is to be ojtened to-day. The
jHestiiin of IxHindary lines was ills
eiissed Itut.uo derinite efoielitsious
There has been ijitile a ctnifllet
over the furnishing of the National
Hotel with electric wires between
the'new incandescent llg''t eompauy
ami E. W. Pike. The coniauy
commenceil wiring the building
upon the tipimr Moors, and Mr. Pike
commenced at the bottom wiriug
upward. At the Director's meeting
this morning it was decided that the
company should have the prefer
ence, anil Mr. Pike was requested to
Missionary meetings have been
held this week at the Aarin .Luth
eran church, under the nil- pices or
the Augiistana Synod. The Tolldw
Ing ministers were in attcudeuce
from the daces named: E. Suleeu,
Fremont; P. M. Satidipiist, McPher
hoii; A. W. Dahlsten, Salemsblirgh;
C. A. Sweiissou, LiudslHirg; A. N.
EricMin, Mariuu Hill, Kansas; A.
Vahleen, New (iottland; A. Floren,
Sallua; N. Norgreli, Audover, Kan
sas; C.J. E. Harlereus, Kansas City;
A. P. Ulsou, Marquette. Amuriu
The following is Hie record of
events in the Lindsborg .Wwnur tlie
Mr. S. D. Shields Is com reeding
two carloads or cattle, aud says that
he does not remember of u year
when cattle fattened as rapidly as
Iu spite of the cold north wind
Wednesday lu-t, our obliging furni
ture dealer, C. N. Itoshcrg, was Hy
ing alHiul the cily promiscuously in
his suiiiiiier suit treating hisrrleiids
to the cigars; cause, the arrival of a
Imiuuc lug girl at bis home on that
The Mo. Pacilie In the construc
tion or the "cut-oil" saves u distance
of twenty nine and thirty-two hun
drcths miles. By the route from
Gypsum City viaSaiiuatu .Marquette
11 Is rorty-one ami forty-one hun
dredths miles ami by the route via
Lindsborg, it is but twenty-six and
Contractor Nichols, of the M. P.
"cut oil" was iu the city Wednes
day aud stated that the llrsl train
would prniwldy run over our new
road to-day; and that as soon as the
M. P. line was completed to Pueblo,
that the regular passenger trains
would run over the cut-oil' via
Liudsltorg to Pueblo, and that a lo
cal train would be put ou the Sallua
The following Items are taken
trom the Ilrookville 7WiHcWf :
Jos Skcltou has given up the
notion of going to Arkansas this
winter and has purchased the Dun
W. A. Milton and Ed. -Carrier are
expecting to start to California next
week. We wish them a prosperous
It is re(orted that the order mak
ing two passenger divisions of the
K. P. instead ol three, Uut been is
sued to take cllect at once.
Iu looking over the tax list or Sa
line county ue notice that there is
not one single delinquent tax (myer
in tilendalc township. This is a
showing that I m very Tew lowu
ships in the I'ntted States cau
J. C. li'aull has been hired to teach
the high schind in the Ilrookville
schools. The number of scholars
have grown steadily and it was
round necessary to hire another
teacher. The basement or the school
building is to Ik- seated and a recita
tion room made of it. It will not be
long until Ilrookville will have
either to build an addition to its
present school liiue or a new one.
Judge Preseott returned from
Omaha Saturday evening, havlug
Isth In attendance Hpon court in
that city In the case of himself vs.
(eo. II. Hammond & Co., of Omaha
one of the most prominent live
tock firms in the country. The
Judge wed this firm for the value nf
the cattle Moten from him some time
age by the Peterson beys one of
whom was eonvieted and sent to the
lnitentiary for the crime. It was
foand that the eaUJe had been sold
to the firm of Hammond & Co. by
the thieve." Judge Preseott man
ged topecure Handing in the
bank to the credit of the Peterson
boys, and sued Hammond A Co. for
the baVauce of the value of the cat
tle 8UunUy Right the iHry return
ed a verdict for the Jmlge for 1,S2.
44. A motion for a new trial baa
es made by Hanusemi 4 Ce.
Hon enu lit, 1'tircct llint Feast.
Al the residence of Mr. It. Heusly,
Thanksgiving day, Itev. W. II. Gar
tiett aud family, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Will. Travis
and sou, Miss Price, Mr. and Mrs.
S. DePriesI, and Mr. M. Murray, all
enjoyed a grand feast of varieties
long to be remembered. Turkeys
were roasted lu the highest order of
cooking, pies of different qualities,
well flavored and just delicIous,eake
or the best material, their decora
tion charming to .he eye.crauberrles
were not rorgotleu but filled their
place lu iiietroMiIitati style, other
fruits and eatables not mentioned.
Everything was or the best sort, and
Vould call to remembrance who had
lived among the New England hills,
a thaksglviiig feast of Yaukecdom,
with thanksgiving to tlie great Ben
factor or Hie universe. All hearts
made glad and appetites satisfied.
Mayjhc Lord smile tiioii that home
aud Iiestow many more benefits on
tlie inmates, causing them to live
many years together enjoying Uie
pleasures of life and making many
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Saline Ceuuty Agri
cultural, Horticultural and Mechan
ical Association will be held at the
Court House iu the city ol Sallua ou
the second Tuesday in December,
IHS7, December Nth, commencing at
I o'clock p. m., lor the punoso or
electing nine directors aud for the
transacting of such other business as
may properly come before 1L The
election will be by ballot, either in
person or by proxy; must be signed
by the icrsou giving it and state to
whom it is given and for what pur-
loe. All persons holding proxies
are requested to present theru to the
secretary of the society, H. B. Wal
lace, at the L. S. land office, during
the forenoon of election day that
they may be examined aud register
ed thus saving the time of the eon
vention. Every stockholder is requested to
be present and see aud aet for hlm
selL G. A. V. Bo.nb,
Pes dent of the Board.
By H. B. IVaMs&cb, Secretary.
A BIltLLIAXT BALL.
The P.M. O." Club 01e the Crowning
Brent or the Social Beaton.
Soon after nightfall lastThnrs
ing pedestrians on the streets no
ticed grotesque and peculiar appear
day figures centering toward the op
era lioufe. Swlltly driven hacks
drove up and unloaded closely en
velojied forms securely screened
rrom the gaping assers by at the
entrance. These were the particl
lonts ot the masquerade ball that
the "P. M. O." society organized and
gave last evening at the ojera house.
The evening air was cool and crisp,
ami the hair-hidden moon seexsed to
understand Hie situation -and re
mained partially concealed, allow
lug the maskers to pass along unrec
ognized. A look trom the gallery upon the
Inlde revealed a picture born or the
iieautirul, the sublime aud the start
lingall aggregating In a complete
bewilderment or the senses. Ghosts,
goblins, devils, clowns, school girls,
milk maids, prince?, fairies, jockejs
rollles, police aud characters from
every quarter of the earth, mingling
together iu joyous pastime. Imper
sonations of characters represented
was entered into with buoyaut spir
its and hanpv hearts.
Promptly al 9 o'clock the famed
Salina Orchestra mounted the stpge,
ami when Prof. Geo. Yungtieisch
drew his bow across the violin, It
was a signal that the ball lmd fairly
comiiieueed. It. K. Jellrles aud
Miss Jack, or Ellsworth, assisted by
It. Y. Kennedy and Miss Alexander
presided at the head or the grand
march aud the serieutlue windings
and the dilllciilt evolutions were
danced with military precision ly
the seventy-live couples.
Eight or the twenty-live numbers
on the program were danced "en
mask," ami at the close or the lan
ciers the order was given to unmask.
The burning desire aud longing de
sire to know "who somebody was"
round relief at 11 o'clock, when the
masks removed. Confusion reigued
for a few moments when each dis
covered boxy badly they had missed
Again the delightful strains of
music filled the large hall, aud the
dance was resumed with renewed
vigor. Other couples who came
without disguise joined the gay
throng and the merriment con tinned
unceasingly, the volume of the plea
sure Increasing as the hours became
smaller. It was a rechrrche. ball,
and one that will ever linger iu the
memory ol those present as the
grainiest event lu Sallna's social
The supper furnished by the ladh-s
or the "P. M. O." aud served by
Llmegrover &. Head was a part ot the
evening that made Hie allairsuchn
glorious success. The dichw com
prised everplhing Hint could ls
wished Tor, and was served Irom
hair past II till hair past 1.
The following list comprises many
costumes worn as near could be as
certained: OKXTI.KMAXS LISTS
Mux Mfefrl, "Turk."
W. f. I'uihit, "Count."
II Ut-Wmnll. "Italian."
Sieve Newman, "Scwchle."
KfMHk PalmiiH, "ltae Bait."
Cli. Hill, "Haw? ISall Player."
l-nrt Wltiiimnn, "Bai HsIIM."
Ii. I'. ljs'kwil, "Kienlne Iiress "
Km in IIxriK "IrWiiiian," :u giant.
J. H.TmiiRH, Kllwirlli,"Klremnn."
TImw.S. IIhIii, KIUuort!i,-Iam film."
Frank It. IIikIkvii, Kllw.mh,"Jixk.
Frank I). Foler, K!lsn1li,"l-1reHian."
S. M. Wllsnii, "Siwiiianl," lil a annl
J. K. Winn. Khhui Illy, rbflraetrrlxrri
K. It. Junes, "fjiwnleiinls," wasapiHnjiri
Mark 1'bIhhih Ih fiiney co-tame Iiiixtxhi
atiil a "Jisrkey."
Dr. ILK. Niekles and A. V. Wh-khai.1,
.S. HarriMsuWhntl It,"lMt miana
Tlie Ttawn" m well aetnl by Frank J
Haki-r, cu KIIorth.
Ilert ober, "Insle," hml a gissl tnakeun
aiHlaeltsl lt- narl veil.
J. M. JelTrle. "ltaniHHi'i lMwn" was
t4HoetnI ui In Kteat Minis.
Jlajor M. rrlll.KiHie.Maniils oft'orm ill -fnmi
Ohlnu-i of NeriHainly.
W. Ii. Juthl fcmknl nvfut rnle In Mark
'. N. Hanks In a "Toboggan ult"as a cimi
pieu flgure lit the Ray crowil.
M C. StexeiMon In a make-tip of red, wlil'e
uiul blue th a model "ITncle&am."
Kd M'ltlman, Jr. wore an rleitniil en-iume
nf ritl velvet reprenenllng n-Sutlan."
K. 11 Jnueswafi well ilbiculefl ami luul a
IPJ nwitutiieas a "Meaminlp UMeer."
W III Ln-wn's make up or a "Fly ron"w:i
o tterelltellial In- did nut know lllnlii.'.
Clino. IHilly, "Friar Ijtwn-iM-e," wasentel
fM?l iual'si-e town ami aclol hl-rlmraeli-r
Jim farrullieni a a "Sullan" wore a rirh
noiuiiie, and prubaldy tliemost cuotl in tlie
CIihk Tanner with red tlshu.capennd rant
ol red aud black satin nud fUrt,cliHnHl r
C. II. llaruw, Abilene, acted tlie "lnie
FtoIienuaU" to perleetlon and waxmadet.
In an ainmiprlate manner.
Harry Mcktet a an "Irlh Mick" Just
fniHi tftcKmernldlkle waxKntleu upreRard
lex mid made fan for e eryisiily.
Iare Bean In full "Sailor" rootume was a
favorite nimnic Hie ladles and rrprr-ented
lil-ihururter lna pni-r mnniier.
Hob Jenrles n"IHifrnlo Hill" was one in
the bit cliarnrters In (lie halt, ami rerelvtil
lUHliy laMimwe rommcuia inuii uie ladles.
Henry Pnlnam as "Olrendam JiHicaorilie
IJme Kiln club;" as a "home Jockey" an h
a "clown" Mieceeded In tmmrif eVerylsnly
Will V!e was completely dU-nisd ,i ..
Fahlonableir,lrlof I he Uny," Ina crrtomi.
dreea trimmed In redundcreen, bhHHle lunr
ami poke bonnet,
t'lms. I)a In ns a venlant cmlcrnnt frmli
fnmi Hie "Faddrr Ind" wasune that amu
el the eclatin- ami caused more UuglibT
than a "Cl Hay fo."
Will Olft, "Fanner," had a comleal mitAI.
Frank Summers as a "Ksllortllrl" had all
(be boya "Mnirk." The dhgutce waa eo)
pteteand well taken
Jack t'un-y represented a "Prince." Hi
wore a cto-s? flillnr nulte of black, with
lllthla and cae. all covered with brilliant
siHinelea (hat gusteited and sparkled In tm
Hob Kennedy ai a "Captain" with fin
told mHW and nwnnl at skle marched
around the mom wllh nuuetlcjtepaudmll
llary mleu. Hewaa tlie admiration of all
A. C. Marcowmer. W. F. Seward, nnd Tm
ArnutnmK.all ofAblleiie, were the "Tlire,
Little 1V fnmi Scliool." Willi claw bam
merenaUand Ktrlupe.1 isinti all alike. Tlie)
aiiraciru inucii aueuuou.
Phil loekwood wl t h pollcem.ini's nnlronn.
vennllllon Imlr and underchln whiskers of
tsimecolor.and MulTedcIub iuiperconnled an
"Irluli Cop ' to perlerUon. It was one of (lie
best make-niM on the door, and created
oceans of lacgbter.
The "What can It be" wasthe raot
Jennie Gradwobl, aa Topy, with dull,
waa "gotten up" jo s-rfeWoa
Mrs Ed WUUnsnn a "Doily Varan"ar
priHd even Itr BMist Imtmatr Mend.
The iMIaa Dallr J mjiiiai, was well reara
enKat by Clara, liuuitliiaoa In au aiaprnfwl
Mm E C (lay drevv-l la a green and Mack
cwtnnw. HfMBaleat. --ii iraeteriaa "Art In, - a
Gypsy from "Booeuuan UlrL"
Mrs K K JcaTrtos In an attaactlreroatiiiMe ot
nnanl rsdon tauk the purtnfa "Uypay K.
MaJllr qraxlvnhl a "anls" won the ad
mlrallunorall, arH her lireutlly rrniaiuerl a
aernrl until the maaks were reniitTed.
Mm J E tnxT in a pink anal Mark Taary
Un-sa.' waaoueta Hh- fluent cart aim iu the
Emma Urarlwnhr make-up a- a -andwleb
IslanuVr" almply rft-,o- and cu. d--eptl.Hi
was perteet .
Ur J M Jertrfc-a, aa a "Kanaas sini".ier"
waaoneikf tlie nna.t nr. ; Ntid ultni ti -tames
Minnie Sargent and Mt'inl. M.lho.!. I.
fnnarkey erastnmea'sraauiM-laktrt m.l - ik
IsVMt-e. I, aiktst exeesllnxt Idisrniitie.
Belle Hatch, tt uillknial.l atlmanl Hck.t
In liand, vrtHi raan cttpilirH-uia uu,i p, r
rsastfled IheehanM-ter top. rfeeiliHi.
Clara KowtooHc and K.I la Kiaguian In r-,i
ainl blue dreaMa triiuuutl with an.,:i tall..
mante esjMll alike rvpreaeiilett lfillu-a.
Wlterever llie i nt In . w. n- the ,-. nff-r of
Mr K V Kenasslr. "KuatrHnm." eiia
(umeof green and -a-arlct, pi llieipal .,iillt.-.l.
IrlmHMsl Wth atlrrap. aud a ju.n r-..p.
nutklmc the wean-r Ihe Mitnartiii .t th
afaetauirs and Ine admiral mumu lb daiu i i.
Carrie Urwer. "Jockey Ulrt." salt u n.l
arsl while, -lilped, and cap lnanirrr-awid
rtiefSI-IUIMe WSka Ul- lf Hie Wial lUUIliU'
worn, aud ltilt-l many eiitaplinteiiia
Mlw i'atiuim, a a "ss-raad ailrl." was one
of Ine allraelite ii-tait--, and 111.- -u.: rsi-ter
nss-lvrd full Ja-tt-e
Mm AlexaiMler. fhrlannlh'niV' nMlutnr
of shit. larlloUMi.d profuaely titrariiii with
irlanllteHiUBi-.waser neautlinl eml won
the admlrulHui f all
N'eltle (iraatwidll ami Ida Ijllt. IIM'Hillaan-
I.H. miii. ..f idack. ..tiu.iiMi.tefj i with irve. islva,;a(,rw. u,ik 0f retituring iato
Mra. K. B. Nlekb-a, TIm' Kanaas Pn a."
Tllta afntu Waa tier luoat leVel and -at
trai-fle .hi Ibe rkair, and tndlcMrd n.iM-ti
.nrUliutllt) In the ..r-r. Ilw is!Mr. n!
lleW-rsia-nn.f the at.te Kip- IlltltiU n.mplt-
ii.enlfS jtt Ii.,, nig ui b a I.Jr i r - otalli.-.
Mra A. W W ieKbam, "leMl bint." ..-r-akin
and wlura.ri aearb-t. with lara-. Marl,
vHel apola; laalb-e of dark lrl. It llili..tl
Willi pteallng .at gray tulle, eantrht at inier-val-
w lib li.iltMtH.i. bull Isnla.
Dating Iltutara VTho Da Nat Da IJtraeg
and Tferer Ue.
"It msy seem straBfe." said a dealer
In furs and sVins, "bat tne meekest and
mildest men I ever came in contact
rrith are Uie hunters and trappers et
thfl. Maine wood. I uteet scores of
them every season, and have for years,
for I pay from 320.000 to $35,000 for
fan ami sfcins in Maine annually, an!
two-thirds of tbem I obtain direct from
the hands of the trappers. I can't un
deretMnd how it is that they are so meek
lad mild, for yon wonkl hardly expect
to find jbcIi characteristics amont; men
who pd tliree-qusrters of their lives
In the deepest wilderness, living vir
tually like savages. They live on fat
pork, game and fish. Every thing
they ooob. from the daintiest trout
er bird to the finest kind of wild
meat. Feeuu to be ued simply as
something to give different flavor to the
pork, for that always goes into the dir
in much larger pru)rtion than does
the morsel which the novice would
naturally think would be the choice
portion of the meal. The diet of these
ragged woodsmen certsinlr does not
tend to make them gentle, and so I can
account for their peculiarity only by
the fact which Mruck me a the strang
est and most incredible thing yet they
don't drink. It is well known that no
hunter or traptwr in the cntnparativelr
I tame regions of ew lork and Fenti-
Among the many who took part
after the unmunkiiig or were specta
in irallery were Kd. Wittiimn, Sr.
T. I.. Iloml, Hurper Ctiniitti-linni,
I.. A. Will. J. It. Whitehead, Mr.
and Mrs. ISurfi-rd, Mrs. iHdan,
Maud Miller,, Carrituie Mills, Mi.
and .Mrs l.aird atitl Mis- l'airlield.
Mr. ami Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Wal
lace, Mr. ami Sirs. Itocimck, Mre
Sam (Jratluohl, t'arrle t'lurkxoii,
Xana Morrow, Olaydes I.ti-tuliler
IJirdie Carroll, Kittle Keefe, Ida
Pierce, Miss Clark. Mcre KrHiik
Horton, Kli I'ieiler, Harry Curry,
K.C. Ciay.J. A. .Smith, Will lhtr
neck, Hurler Karl Itrown, Kretl
Paul, Uhrlg. W. Harden. Ilr. K. II.
Ilrown, Oil Curry and others.
It was gorgeous.
"Oh! I knewymi."
The programs were neat.
"Your voice gave you away."
The "lone lIsheniiHii" was good.
SuptHT was served for VSt uuests.
Masking is lots or run, hut "oh!
The Kllsworth people added much
to the succeMi otthe eveillllK.
Abilene responded with a seltft
parly or her best society tieoplo.
Tiie ball was u hucccss soeinil , li
nauclally ami in every .articular.
The hands on the illal indicated
2 o'clock berore the music hail ceased.
riome gro&t surprises uere mail.'
maulfest when the masks were re
moved. Captain Chas. T. Hilton sto.ni at
the door and Miv tint no objecliou
able characters 'omul entrance.
The man with the "map or Ire
land" on his race preserved order ih
tne early jmrt ot the evening ami
the stiilled cluh got iu its work.
A great many railed to u rite the
numc ot their costume on tt.e th
ticket, necessitating tt good deal of
trouble in getting tlie name.
It. K. Jetlries and It. V. Kennedy
looked after the arrangement of t It
tlooraml it goes without sayitur, that
all hail an opportunity to daucc.
When something suoeesaful is
waited call on the "1 M. O," as
managers of the most successful bail
that was ever given in Sallua, tlicy
are entitled to the honors.
OF GENERAL INTEREST.
all eyes followed wherever it BioveJ. It n
a donkey nf the kmjceaml variet. Imarr
tsmaled by Jack CuOmann. Tlie dbttKe
was perfect, and the itutmmolh head and
lowering cant, combined with a woman's
tuna, prodacett a pectacteteldnm wltnensed.
Besate Puwcr,"Spaorli Olrl."
Jennie Berger. Fancy dress."
Mr Oeo Lamb, fancy costume
Ida Iktjri, Elli worth. Peasant Olrl."
Mr..S.M. Wilsrm, "Polly Madi-on."
Mils Paiton, Abilene, Etenlns Dress.
Mm. J. H. Wbtlebead, Fancy Coituine.
Mar' lv!t, Eltaworth, Fancy costume.
Ruth Jack, Km worth, "Fancy coatume."
A jbm Latroc, Bltawortb, Fancy CoIUDie.
Alice B. Cemo. AbHeoc, "Soaattb Lady."
Mrs J M CbatnpteB. KlUwertb. repreaeated
Q. laCrote, Abilene, "FaM Evening dm
Mra. W. C. Cadet, "Peasant," wore a fine
Veroa Peeler, sjcnool girl," were an at
SlttE, W. Pike and Mrs. linger, wete
tl rested la evening costume.
Rllla Merrill, Ih a bright red dre4, tru a
cole little "acbool girt."
Mrs E II Joaetaa a "Xormandy Peasant
Olrl'" nt well co turned-
Alice MeCollom, Abilene, "Fairy," wore a
very prelty rauuiu.
Mlhlred Powers in a Ught pink salt made a
pretty -Wild Rose."
faiaatlaai TkIalH Bl SB U Faa I m W ia"l"W iTTk tsanat aal
Olrl," looked Terjr enarjujwj.
Xelon Kccti, of SlanhoM, X. J.,
has raised several pumpkins, aggregat
ing four hundred and fifty pound iu
weight. The largest me weighs eighty
Sundown i the name of a quaint
little jdace near Big Indian, in the
Catskilhi, where tlie iieopfe witness tlin
setting of the uti at three p. m. and
the rising at nine a. m. Four mount
ains nearly stirmnml the settlement,
l'lie people are generally healihy, ami
tiio-p v!h lmp livetl therefor a long
time have an owl-like faculty of seeing
n the gloom.
Eighteen years ago a carpenter
lost his plane while working on a
house at Oawego, N. Y. He limited
high and low, but found no trace of it.
The other night he dreamed that the
piano was behind the laths at a certain
point in the houe. lie went there.
took up a clapboard, and round his
tool. Like Hip Van Winkle's gun. the
plane fell to pieces when he took It tip.
Among other relics of tlie moiinil
buildcrs discovered near Devil's Lake,
D. T., by Prof. Montgomery, of llio
North Dakota Unhersity. is what he
calls a sacriScial mound, in which,
seventeen inches from the surface, are
wells easily found because of a lining
of lime about the sides and layers of
bark on tlie bottom. These are deep
enough to hold bodies in a sitting pos
ture. Of a strange freak of nature tho
Steuben JlefmUtcan says tbat"ilenry
Zimmerman, of Scott township, has a
freak of nature in the form of a pig
with only two legs, both in front.
Strange to say, it runs about with per
fect ease with its body clear from the
ground. Tiiere is not a sign of a hip
or a leg liehlnd. The pig is four weeks
old antl is as fat and healthy as any in
The Columbia Strtiintl, of Georgia,
publishes this death notice: "On Fri
day last, Just after the sun bad kissed
this world good night, and passed into
its bed of crimson and gold, the spirit
of A. G. Stnrgis vacated its habitation
nf clav, and wended its way to the
Fstbet who gave it. and to-day is
wrikiog the glory-lit hills of immortal
ity in the New Jerusalem, where there
is no night."
The latest "fad" Is the Interest at
tached to the finding of an old button
shoe. We are told with great sincer
ity that a young girt on finding one
would count the buttons remaining on
it she would be aUe to tell exaetly the
number of years which would elapse
before her marriage, each batton repre
senting one year. It is looked Hpon as
a great piece of misfortune (by the
credulous) to fiad a shoe minus buttons.
The want of acenracy in shooting,
owing to the imperfect construction of
the cannon in early times, is well Illus
trated by the fact that in 1813. at the
battle of Salamanca, 3,500,000 car
tridges and 3,000 cannon balls were
fired, with the re salt of only 8.000 men
being put hors de combat And as late
u 1857, daring the Kaffir war, 80,000
cartridges were fired In a single engage
ment in whieh only twenty-fire ot the
flesay were killed, c
the woods a distance of tire mile trom
Home without capaeiou Uk of sommi
kind of Kriuor to protect him from the
cold. Hot no stimulant stronger than
toffee ami much of that made nut of
bnrnt beans -is carri.-d by Maine
hunter anil trapp-r. although thej
plunge into a wilderness th.tt is a
wirdcrnese, fifty miles or more from
home, to be gone weeks at a time, in
Heather the ri-'or of which are un
known to our haekwotlirH,,i.
"In all my communication with these
men, in their forest camps aid at their
bonie fireside, I hsv met oiy few
who accepted my invitation to taken
drink from my Mask, and they were all
tlil-timer.'i. On my first trip to the
M.iine woods I Med my bottle around
Iu a cabin where half a dozen young
trappers were congregated. Only one
of them accepted my invitation to have
oinething, and he evidently did it out
f courtesy, ami. I have no doulit, ii
mediately regictted his politeness. He
took but one, swallow, and at owe be
xan to gasp and strangle, although thfl
liquor was the best old rve whisky that
ever a man put his liM to. The water
ran out of the unsophisticated young
woodman's eyes in a stream, ami when
he recovered his breath so that lie could
pak. he banded the flask Iwrk and
thanked mc, ami said lie didn't care fnr
any more. It was his lirst, ami I dare
y his last, tn'tcof'iiitov.ieutiuglhpitir.
"I notice still another and very sur
prising peculiarity of the Maine trap
pers ami hunters, one for which our
home Ximrods .ue by no menus noted.
This win their iudisposiiioii, as a class,
to dilate upon individual power in the
ebasp, or to tax the creduliU, if nut tlie
mtience. of the listener with tales ot
hair-breadth escapes from wild beasts
after terrible hand to hand combats.
Uut they hare their many adventures,
as every one must know who is aware
of the life they lead. I see nranv a"
ugly scar ou hunters I meet in the
Maine wood, and know of many a sug
gesting trophy in their poesaion wh'ch
in themselves are eloquent cf so-ne
periU escaped aud fierce beats nicr
eoiue. It is only by tact, skillful in
quiry and suggestion that now and then
some narrative is obtained.
"The trMppinggroumls of Maine, like
the lumbering regions, are rapidly nar
rowing dun n to finidl dimensions, and
every car the trappers are compelled
to go further and further away. They
start for the woods early in the
fall, loaded ilotvu with their traps
and guns, and lore no time from
that on till the deep snows and
heavy ice drive thoir game into
winter quarters or make trapping next
to itiipo-niblc. The headwaters of the
Androscoggin, the Penobscot, the Ken
nebec, the I'as-aduinkeug ami the St.
John, aud the wild regions drained by
their numerous tributarief. are now the
chief sources of supply in M.iine. Dead
river. Magollowity and Grand lake are
notable centers from which the tr.ipers
start out The furs ar purchased prin
cipally in LewNtnu. Brewer. Auburn
antl other large place', and burers are
constantly traveling through the back
woods region gathering up pelts. The
trappers, as a general thing, though,
prefer to have a regular customer in
some one Urge company, stationed in
one of the large tonns. to whom they
can forward the result of -their season's
work iu bulk, and receive the market
price without lieing s.ibj: eted to tlie
dickering ami sharp dealing of the
traveling buyers. Limited as the fur
boHiing territory of M.iine has boeome.
lier tntppcr' reap an annual harvest
from t heir work of about !WO0U." .V.
J'. Mail and Krprtu.
An advertisement nf "went)l, a
man for irtWre work." Inn Nes. York
paper brought 406 answers iu twenty-
four I tours.
The human race now looks foe the
man who can furn'sh the ite-aus by
which a brass land ean practice in
silence. (iarttnt fV Sentinel.
A man fishing or. the Kinchefonnn
Creek, ill Georgia, gt a bite and saw
his cork go dow n like a shot. He be
gan pulling in, but hail to call f.H- help,
anil landed a turtle weigbiug SO0
While repnring an ohl log borne
near DuuW Camp. Kayett County,
Pa.. John Mi!-ck found a weH-pre-Msrved
oak h wlii.-h. when opened,
was found to contain $1,380 in g.dd
The man who blows the earner In
a rural bra band down in .Maine is
Lx feet and ten incites tall and the
band is looking for a dram major that
won't look.like a midget prancing in
front of him.
A hive of betos wis found under a
cornice that was being repaired last
week on a bouse in Satan, Mass.. and
after the inserts had been tHnothered a
store of honey amounting to a tub and
a halt was secured.
Mamma "Now. Ilertle, I want
you to tell me the truth and not go
around Robin Ilo.nl" hint." Itrrtle
"I ain't been around M-. Hood's b trn.
It was Mr. James'. Hon- did you
Three girls of ArorWonk. Me.,
walked from AaMaad to Portage lake,
rowed across the lake, ate their dinner
antl returned to Ahfatwd In- the after
noon, having traveled eighteen miles.
The me glris ean travel on snow
shoes, ride borw, milk, teach school
and play the piano.
A St Louis voodoo doctor got a
sum of money from a colored woman,
promising to cure her sick child. He
went for medicine bat did net return.
The woman hunted him up and held a
hickory club over his head until she
could send fur a policeman and secure
BILLS ALLOWED BY COUNTY COMMISSIONS.
TO WHOM ALLOWED.
Cesnen & Beard.
J K Ilarrisen
l'A Brown ,
II II KwcetatBd
tree D Barnard & .... 4.
k 11 mjjDop.,,.
A MnnjSOQa ,
J II lirbben
Fred Kapert .-
A II Owen
Syh ester Barns
W It Sanger
t.rpsHm 1IM Cemetery..
W II Msbap
fA tSaLamat I --a - - V
1 WaUIVt 1 1 Vm9ieMwarsJ a aa
W W RnrtlcU
K II Mshen. .
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J W Arm-frtHMC
A I. I.atar
sMina HaanrlwaHmt (V...
SaHwel laalsvmrn & Co .
iTaklnc AHrilla Hatch to tho Insane uylamf
Meal For rsHipers , . ..
U ury tee In the case of A Hatch, Irmbc .
ros what ruBrosr.
In do MM
Ranatrtna- leeks at arMtrt hetxe
Clwtrt-raabiry aa r rebate adi.
Urawttar. auamemai jtiry
tie . ...
(Quarter's aatarrast park fontmlaalonar.
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1 laaiiiii. m an eiMaKj par
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J .dm I) Hear
T J ttrdtnawi
Kbernaott Mattress Co.
HI l II Hera
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F. W (M?r
Chapman & Son ,
ft III Jul!
Vt IS. Wester lints & tirren...
AV II IHstatp
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I. M I'ullle.
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C J Freileriekism
C F HIUn
Ebernanlt A Kudandorf..
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Hannah FrankHH . .
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natera aadarr a reonty eierk .
Ktaanlasr I ehet .
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fTeMapurary M to Haitpav
Medaral arrvb-M urn K WntH, pauper -
Tenpasrar)' aid t panper
luaarlriV snlnry as caataty pbysMnn
TMHmrr aal HI WtaMT. . ....
Wllne-a fees l enae of a Ilat,
lllllll If Uaa-
Wark aa Bat aria b'rfchw
Pees ht CMse of Ala-Ma Hatch, htsanc..
Ulapsaf Kansas and SaHtwCMnny ....
Ht racer nf pater .
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laa-anwaiHlc-avliajt lTsMe oawi ....
tM-idi-K and gsw-l-K Pit
n arraaj rauurs ai ruan iwh- .
Pees In rase- Aartnn Hatch, hewne
rnHsat-nr aM avpaMaH-
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haarters sabw as sept . ef law
JWpfr afwhat. a .
lia-aadaawslariaasf turn .
Hleck of ewsslati.... .........
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luMK-e of I Vac- tees. Mae of Kansas KJ Larii
lan-tatne no dn
Heat fw pwar aste
t:rrwon aa eumtint
1'iofi sainnal services m Bawvme tasHt
ijatnrter'a salar) andnln rent
J P fees State nf Kans-a vs Thamas Davhliiai
Trantamtrr aid to Itain r
ntrVaTaHft CVC . a . . , . a a a . - -.,...
ffw Jmitbiti m i at iiale'i -rk '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
uanrter's salary as JanWnr
tjiti r salary as Caswrty TreiHrer .
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sanea UpairaaihmloCaaa-ly tafr.
M. L. THBBBL-E. PresMtnt
L. S. SCOTT, VUe-rrnMn- ,
W. K. 6R13f, CtthJar
Transacts a "rralBanklnp Easiness.
Leans M$My an approved security
Exckanire at Current Rates.
Garver & Bond's Boiidix
Santa Fc Avenue.
J. W. JENNEY,
Oflea u PoaVMOee Meek. Iron Artan. aMaa
Caaau epeeial uati (ivee la -Imaasl
(antra and r biMra a.
Real Estate &
If you -wish to sell
your farm or city prop
erty, place it in our hands
if it can Ibe sold -we can
sell it for you. We also
do a general Insurance
business. Only the best
Office, Room 5, over First
II. H. CrSSllMtHAV,
w. A. tlKrs.
Parker & Cunningham,.
Folaiiu- Clia Swine
All It-t reaMrrrd r rHcHde la rrrlttry In Its
Ubkt l-siud-CkHis Kecsrd. aad art to.
frssa taeclaaaraat tlnlaa f PsItad-CMaa Wa.
IVHaraea faratabed. Prttea rtuontU. ft
herd b kapt at the fcwin of W. A. Parker, fa. r
adres eax -f Aaaub, K-Bmu.
CM aad we a.
PARKER & CUNNINQHAL'
'mi' Bros. & Mm,
OrBne) everj Poatorflea,
RepreaaM the flaeat Ittmnn CSmpaala. a
KaMaa. adlaat (ad -r Mr m ks-e.. M.ra
had aaareep-taaXeHlaaa-wsMrtrefe.T lath
Male. Hstetaeaualtk) laTr PHttPLHTr
aad PA HM.S lac Male a any Kal Eftab- IcaMT
lKa(ta We faaatriaaat aatalBt
STaA OP KANSAS. Coc.vrror SAUr.s:
'WWar'P.i Vy MM Itoaa-Flt
JtMCTH SAnoR.srr.Cai. crk.
prepared rofarnbib all eta-sen wllh trH.pb.r
ment at home, the wbnle of Ihe thnc, or tut
tbetrtpare moment-. Bnalnesa new, lt-bt
and prodlable. Perseui of either tex eaclly
earn frota 98 tncenta to eVW per erenlnr, and
a proportional turn by demtlM- -II their
time to tne Irtulaena. Bnya and jirls earn
nearly a ranch as roes. That all who aee
thbt may aentl :tidr aatdreaa, and teat the
buatucn. we make tbfa offer. To eneh aa are
not weft aa lined we will aend one dollar to
pay for the troahle of wrHier- "nll par
bealara Addtca OEOKriaan!! dCo.
Iaittly (to fnmi raauims) "O, the
little boj will improve as ke grows
oWer." Fond Mtunma "Ills paps
gebt out of patience with, him! lie Ia
temls to eilueate him. as be will be
good for notlting else." Judge
The Bed river fme over at Win
nipeg this jear earlier than at aajr
titae nrithifl iarentea Ttuua.
mo Urt tt he-M, aad mike mot
woty al work far e. Urn at ay
tbUi t la ta this vorM. Caphal net
ecedal; joa art tt-rttd free. Bath Hin. -H
aret, Aayoa can da tbt wsrx. Larxe earMsp
an frssa tm tun. Costlr ettit tad term
Ace. Batter net deity. Cottt joo eetalae to
tend mt yoar tddreai asd lod oat; If yea tie
wiMiyoa vttldattieea. H. HtTirrr A Ce
W. M. Hishoc
H 1tVII r to 1
IVIla-rlNI-lT -wl return to tm. and
,,'w,,,", wHI tend yea aometble.
free aeraethlBZ of great -atee and Irapor
tasce toyoa, that wfll Urt yoa In hoatnaaa
whleti will brine yoa more money rlf-l
away than anytnlnz elte la the world. Any
one ran do the work and lire at hone
Ktlheraex: all ares. Koaethlnc new. that
Jntt colas money for all worker. We will
tart you; eaplt-J not needed. ThU It one
of thajenaluelmport-otehaBce of a Hf
ttrse. Toot who are arablttoaa and eater-pr-dBs
will not delay, arand ootllt free,
-iitdeaa Tans 4 Co., Aa-rasta, Maine.
Attorneys -At- Law
office, in Masonic Temple.
The Lara-eat. the lteat. theAbt. !
Mtms ad Liknr; WftUr is At VM.
. "I""." he abbsal weekllea fa exl-t tir-. t
I!iLMa4' '"--. Insfon, Bnchtnal.
"T"" ""t lnnu.nth.1 nUvfona -aH la
" !"- ."--4T.I!nds,.-w-aad.
, an-tn ine ntreiivma-n Wa-KT
Pnimlnenl lettlnreaofTliK I.xttr.r 3t ..BJT1
dnrinc Ihe nwiln year will be ptannnt.-,,
KellKlou aud Tbeoloctcal Artless
. laWhup llnntlnrton, WbonCTr
"r jU cnyler.Dr. Howard 0-r.a-i. ih-. r-
Wm. R. IIbmi.i.
Clarke, Or. Geo. f
ia and others;
boelat aad rolltltal Art let
Prof. Wm O. Kausner, Pmf. 1 et
jmj. ires, jtann BNueoai. I'm vr
,. its -tann n
Hadhiy and other;
Monthly Literary Artletrt.
Tbonwt WonlworUi Hanrlnanu. aB-'ftther
'"!! ' ' -Hl1ee
rw Lane, Kdrtiaod ti..
lWawJelSf! fn aHRa
I'Miitieaiii. 3fa a .
Iaaiae lmn-eu Untney, II
lodly Want.tr, Jmmea
EajmatM ti.ar. K H.
.nybjr VaanV -tfaer.
II. K fe--n, aod
Poema and Storlea.
E. C. Wedrtnw, RttcabHh Mrn
aaaiw--a Mtttll llMJe.
Teffirics & Fostlewalt, Props.
OppttiU the Coort Haett, E-lltt.Zt-.
Free Bns to and from Trains.
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A Short Kerial filt.ry.
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Hi Months 1 50 1 PI re j . art
B2 Dividends During ihe Year?
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a -irUI trip" of a metttb. "
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