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I t. . li&jatriet" k Nu, SAUNA. KANSAS. & fesrarmt. Hwrir FBato&ee Hack. SlHna. Kuiu mftr yea to taj beak la Sallna. We Ho Ml 140 km of tritndM Belaid, e mHrt Berth of SaHsa, K lan la cnHtraUoe.bM ikuoI bcdg ee. rrwnoma urti. wwhuiui MafcUSBxaL Oiuiit. eealaeed.BtBlioBM Bail has bobo. Laae U watered l7 refer talHBc SCtisp, eooTtnrtBi u eeaooi doom, ibu ua MeSrJace far faradac or stealer noeea, Prite ugncun. iiuhimkui rat re. ICOQBlT. Iet berjatea iHl K0I7 110 aerte ef Sbo bottom tied fear mUei from rsfltoaA StaUoa aboat ten arfWe mth ef 81HU. JH sera le esHlvaUoBteacrte etere keif ateas taree aides of rteeet tale rrf rant bobio ft xSteUole Uxn craurr ImplrBwBl teee tad oet it Km mcnara wr bet puiara. 1 Urtar nltt ob pUce. SO acree la riowint a Afrit 10. Altar that date Ms per eera Ben ta eaMtTaUea SO acree la riowlBt vbeet freK ImlMbr bad. Price nest If eM before Wa&aadBBrtarS itmls orchard, rrtee MMl N X) etee of epteodld eecoad beMOM I nUn Berth veetefBeUBe, Errr? footer land cm be eW etitei exeritoat tar latd bo liBproTeaeata. ?xteaaM8. StGBDcaaabalaara oaths. , JfoSt 1W aeree of geol upland I, mUea from R Rata tlM U aUa eea th of Bailee trunt boeee 3 rooon S cellar rd vU fraH tad abode treea tee ceree ta eeJUraUoB M tern la wbeei trame BUM eatektk boot aad outbulldiBfa, Price mao. tBeQcaeb. balance oa time. HoN "MB eerea of bmb4 betteai land la SaHse eouo- raaeBriroatt k aeae reBce areaee 111m XKorr mavBoen ibixiuh aaa gnaur Has ltxaj wtar nut oa pact. . ho Be WBCT tad. that NlB M acres of botlea land 3 nHee aeataeast of SaHaaabeetSOaercsla eoHltaUon Saaetrriter tea tarearh place 8a atone quarry on btak f nrae coo m Bumn m earn Teuea 01 ue larooSBBBnijoi tmotr arooa moos otaee. no oo MS asm of ojEtaHcat aplaad S rattt aerUiweet .'Mia. Price roe. HcaebbalaBce oa Use. 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SMaeaaltBdMaortbvett of &oa latatr iixaa craaarr KzS work abop atos 1UM4 1M aem la fOtlmHnn Ea oreharO. abut bnn ISCxt S fraa rrteo Sow. to eatf H1H 9Ca9orB)cBdMUad MtaHea aootbeart of JaMataaH ao to Aacutaarxd ratiraad BtMHa m Sat lababtuata t aeres ta eaMrra ctaa. yirteo HSJS, out Unas. SotH to aeroa of aaanaiil bottoai taad I a8 vaat ef SaHaa, AU oadar eaWrattoa cattrcir Melatbjr boot haa 8a orebata oa pbvc. Ml aorta of estHai boetoai abeat 8 BtKs t at SaBaa 11 aal tea to K R atatioa aa a aaod aatafeaill autta to ada aaaahts vater M acre xm 1 hiiii num. eo aeroa w paMor seacea awe Sn& awe traao be atabi aaa Haaary. fxtn tmm, ta parnmt, Kelt MaaaraefUtteai Iaa4 nearly aB taroMtta- hi su euojii as oaanac mm tr jaw;iiOBiMa6eaaalH mtavettef t fa M aa txeat faraa la t b eeaatf Be 1M M accat of la ateaaa fcotlosu 6 eMi aart of nMoaaaMiea ires nev vaawrta, a ceoa Taav rrte saUbrvaadataSBokyilTtr aadaaeeaaW K acMo to btl.aaBa ase aurr fta bcaas aeo attbrw aad crucarlt vtedatea Bad Uak faaa anH faa aerra ta eaMlTatiea M aen hi paetan feaeearaaad ptetc Prieoteeeo eacr SalS le acna ef eptesd aerea aabVa aeitbeati e( aattaaaboaa S aatio frsea Re SaatMaaeatd a bba Ualaa Ptelse nmead. rrtt aaaaeraief beMsat tead, 8e aerlbwrot of toed heeea tuW cnaarj con a, tonal aBaaeeaaaao4 Maerta la ssabmre, raatac .'!? PtH' taadaaaa u Hnn jrtms aaooB a. aaai aai ife are prepared to Loaa Money i krge or sail ameuBts oa tfee rbUowiag secttn: Sawn Mortgage Real Estate, fc TeHBi PropedyRBsiSmce or Btt9tH968. ; FSnlKertgage Real Estate. We Loaa oa any of the above . eke of security except chattel for x Bosths, one year, tkree years, active years or six years. We be Irevethatwecan give you better terns than any other loan com pany or firm in Saline County. Wc owa a complete set of Ab stract Books of Saline County property, and can show you just whit your title is. Do not buy a piece of property without a com plete abstract of title. We will furnish abstracts on short notice at reasonable rates: We have unsurpassed facilities for insuring property against FIRE Lightning, Tornadoes aniJ Windstorms. r f yoa cannot pay for your pol icy aow, we can give you ample time without interest. We insure plate glass against accidental breakage. We will insure you against accidents of every descrip tion. If you arc going to travel or if yoa engage in any hazardous occupation do not delay taking a policy with us in the old "Fidelity aad Casualty." REAL ESTATE. If 70s want a farm, a steak rancb, er ft 70a want to Invest la Sallna uo boi an 10 can on us. aberBallnals tbe lanrest city between Topeka aad Denver, Ibat she kssafoar railroads and aboat 8.000 In habitants. Freight baa sheep from Bt Leats to Sallna as it is from Kan aka City to other points In central or western Kansas. Examine the par tUl Ikt or property below. We will ehargoyou aothiag for showing land. CITY PROPERTY. A teei hosM aad lot for fW. A feed boaae of alx rooaa, te-o lot. 1 1 69, Acted lot oa lies areas ft. It. A Bo I roes bonM.cood lot, water pipe, li ters, desirable location, for a ft daya oaly. rrtrotMes. Bar Usbarpio! A atw urea reoaa beet atalra atylt, hot aed cold vater batb room, Me wiit, blecka rrom r. O, a item of archHeetere. MBCe, ealy tueo down, riaaa la eeroOeaaad aeate oaarly ftatahed. Sadetae ea sortb Serenth ttreet, three lot on earaer, beooe of art room aad etoatu. Aood OBTa,atau inm,a pHaaan noma, raceteww b on Walnut atret,Wim feet. Price Aa exeet)&t reaUaaea lot oa aeeth Filth ttreet. TMSO. PrieoStaa A coed email boa, 4 roans; amM fraH, aeeth SrwL let bSxtao feet. Me M eaab. Abeeae ltxtt, water workt, rrttar, alee tree, K.eie. uiaoxiio. irwejiotv ictihid of area room, cellar aad etearta. eaal LBUbb). TeH.Sn tree, eact freet. lot IMx ISO feet. Frle,tia. BeaaoeaU term. tat la CalTeraHy addlllon. rrke 1 1 K, Alaelet froaUac Waalejaa Ualrecaltr eaai. Tvetaolst ea aoatb HrWh (treat, eereer. MBiSe9ttl. Price, 11990. Ko Saata F arcaa 3 story frame boBae mem etable bosty ad seal hens aad other buHdiof Ctmaaadaaadatretaandaipltndld weiL Hon Stat tret,S ftory frame hoea Hh 10 rooatt, reaufersstperraeaUi. LoteeilSe. PriecfSaw KwoaeirBbalaaeeoa ttee. Xo 3S Saata F aaeaa letSSxlSOl atery fram hovae S roosa Sao ahado tree aad feaeed. Thta I a barfata. Price tKBO. feo caah balaae oa Mate. KoS SSfhthatnat. A Ea S atory brlek beaoe, alo a 1 aaaty fraaia boa on back part el let faatof ea 2Uahttrtt. Lot UtSSO fenced Sna lot of naie aad fjoJttroeaR pod ctaUra. Prletese,ueeo cash baUac oa Urn ta aatt bo jer. IT o araat 100S aen of Uad or ea acre, tf yea arast vlU bud er erty property (It 0 a eatL W Bay tax for aoo-rraidenU, wa lareat money fee eaatora parUea. W bare the beat aet of I books ta Sana coaair. ne anew yea chart yea Bathing rertt whether yea X. Do aet fall to call oa Fltaeatriek A TftE JDUB3HAL. THUB8DAY, KOV. 11, 18S8. Mr. M. M. Brigge msde abasiaess trip to Wiseeasla last week. The Frtt Prm$ having aeeoatpltsa ed its missies, baa saspeaded. Bright aataam weather-: Jast aaeb a fall aa is Kansas' pride aad boast. The fall term of the Kaaaas Wes leyan eteeea jast before the holidays. People are seitllag down to buslaeae again. Tbe poltleal ebtas are quiet- A Mrs. MeM anas died at the home of Mr. Blsbardsoa last evening at 9 e'eieek. Mr. O. Beitz is build log a brick ad dition to his store to be used for office purposes. Mr. aad Mrs. G. W. C. Bebrer, of AWIchc, attended the faaeral of the late A. B. Head. A nice Infant bey is one of the lat est attractions of the Carver mansion, South Santa Fe. J. O. Wilson, Esq. is completing a very handsome new residence in tbe Wilson addition. Mr. Cornelias Russell, of Chicago, was visiting his cossln, Mrs. H. D. linker, last week. Remember tbe social to-morrow night at Mrs. J. B. Hamilton's, on S. Santa Fe avenue. Dr. Aug. Eagslrom has located In MoPhersoa. He has removed bis family to that rtity. . MIehael Wels was arrested yester day morning as being accessory to tbo murder of A, R. Head. Social to-morrow night at Mrs. J. B. Hamilton's. Refreshments will be served. Everybody invited. Mr. W. P. Thacher's little 4-year-old b-iy, Steve, lies at the point of death with an attack of croup. Two cars for the street car line have been received. They are little beauties made In. the latest style. We republish in another column tbe oflluial canvass by tbe commis sioners of the vote cast at the late elec tion. Mr. H. S. BbufJer has sold fifty feet front of his property adjoining the Metropolitan hotel to S. Peareon for $8,200. Mr. B. T. Watson went to Kan sas City Tuesday, where he will meet Mrs. Watson, and return with her tomorrow. On account of tbe additional adver tising, local matter will be found this week on the second as well as the fifth pages. Rev. M. A. Head, a leading Metho dist minister of Peoria, Ills., was pres ent at tbe funeral of his brother, tbe late Adam R. Head. The city council met Tuesday night to consider tbe troubles between the street car and water companies, but nothing definite was decided upon. Mr. H. J. Taylor, of Solomon town ship, deslgus making his. home In Sallna, and will build a residence upon tbo Kansas Wesleyan grounds. Atherton, tbo photographer, has been off on a trip looking up locations for branch photograph galleries, of which be designs establishing several. Mr. and Mrs. E. Walton, Mrs. L. O. Wight,' and D. Whitehead went to Topeka Tuesday,to witness the chrys anthemum show of the Bristol Sisters. Mr. W. C. TuthlU made a hunting excursion to the Cheyenne flats, in Barton and Rice counties, last week. He killed SO ducks and 0 geese. Judge Hlnes sustained the Injunc tion of the Water Company against the street car company's proceeding with their track in tbe center of the street Geo. Humbarger shot an eagle last Sunday, 6 miles north of town. It measured 8 feet from '-tip to tip." He presented It to Mr. H. M. Curry, of the Eagle drug store. . Mr. C. C. Culp has sold his South Santa Fe lot next south of Mr. P. L. Gebbart's residence property, to Mr. J. M. Erlcson, who will build a home on the same. Consideration $2,000. The surveyors In the employ of the B B company are now making a sur vey of the depot grounds, traeks and reserve for the purpose of making a plat or map of the company's property here. The ladies or the M. E. Church will give a social at the residence of Mrs. J. B. Hamilton, south Santa Fo ave nue, to-morrow (Friday) evening. A good time may be expected. All are invited. The preliminary examinatloa of Waters Chlllson and Michael Weis.as principal and accessory, respectively, to the murder of A. B. Head, takes place before B. H. Bishop, J. P. November S8rd. Mr. Dave Ritchie, of La Crosse, took quite a prominent part as a speaker in the late election. The question of county seat waa involved, and LaCrosse was victorious. Dave made 90 speeches himself. Tbe precarious ditch whish has bounded Iron Avenue oa the north, from Santa Fe to tbe river, is disap pearing, and In lt place appeals the new guttering which la doing so much to Improve tbe appearance of the City. Dr. B. A. Babe, of Cleveland, Ohio, has been a guest of the family of Bev. A. B. Kir Hand for several days. He started for San Francisco, Tuesday afternoon, where he will joia a bro ther In a business trip to the Booth Sea Islands. A track-layer from the front of the Missouri Paelne extension, who was lodging at the New York House, was robbed Saturday night of everything he had, except his .shirt aad boots. Among the articles missed are a bntu ae w suit of clothes and $82 ia moaey. The Chleo Advertiser says 1 Mrs. bliHrsn, whose husband lives three miles northwest of here, died this afteraoen of heart-disease, Uhe was eazafred la her household duties when sue suddenly fell down uneon- peious. Br Hilts was celled bat was powerless to help, aathe lady died a few minutes after bis arrival. Mr. aad 'Mrs. Tibbits of Sallna, were among their Junction City friends feat Tuesday, and west south to Ceaneil Grove, Wednesday more- ia?. Mra.TlbWts will be remember ed by oar yoaag folks as Mas LIHUa Thetaae.of Miaaesota. Junction City DrKnme. Messrs. RothsehHd Bros, have par ehasedofF. Bberbardt tbe let aad balldlag at present occupied by II. 8. & J. Taggart, payiag therefore SS.W9. It is their purpose to erect oa that lot aadtheietadjotaiag (wbieh hi atea their property) a gas deehie store J baildlag la taesffbag. Tfeesaatetfrftfera CataMicfcapsfaaf fr8B0BatybsWafeiclatbatpM, coBUBesslBg sect Tuesday. Tbe dates are Nov. 16,17, sad IfcHb. The ladies preeshte tbe praaeaatestof as ttrt&lameaUaaJ invite friends froaa Baliaeand Bleklosea eeeaUatebe present. No doubt there will be quite a aaraber of visitors from Salraa. The railroad CoaBiissIeaers have finally rendered a dectsioa rccom sending that the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company grant Gypsum City switch facilities. The decision la full ht published in this paper. Saturday night the citizens of that place having received news of their victory, indulged in a Jollification. Among the new blocks to go ap ia the spring are reported tbo following.- one by Wight & Harms, 3 stories blgb,aujoining Crippen, Law rence & Co.'s office ; 3 story building, comer Santa Fe and Ash, by Sella & Groger; 2 story, double store, by Rothschild Bros.; 3-story block, with six stores, by O. Beitz, on Iron avenue. Sallna to without anthracite coal- not only Sallna but Kansas generally. The dealers have been tormented to death by demands upon them for fuel, snd they have been making trips east and otherwise stirring themselves to obtain tbe predoua fuel, but in vain. Tbe answer to all their inqueries is that cars for tbe transportation can not be obtained. Two fine deer will be served out to Stolper and Laubengayer'a customers Saturday. Those who want a fine venison roast should proceed to "file their orders" at once. The deer were brought from Colorado. These gentle men propose to supply tbe citizens of Sallna with the choicest game, when they can obtain it, and are to be ad mired for their enterprise. The street car company have de cided to build the remaining track to be laid two feet from the center of the street, and have commenced work again. A double track is to be built. This of course does not settle the suit which is pending, which will probably be prosecuted until the rights of tbe water and streetcar com panies are fully established. The Episcopal church of this city have called Bev. J. A. Antrim to be come rector of tbe church, and he hss accepted the call upon the condition that Bishop Vail agrees to his ex change from the Belolt church to the Balina church. Quite a comfortablo salary has already been pledged Mr. Antrim, provided he Is permitted to remove here. At the council meeting Nov. 3, the city attorney was Instructed to draw, an ordinance to repeal that part of the ordinance which grants tbe right of way to the Mo. Pacific Railway on Fourth street. At the same meeting an order was made that the commit tee on streets and sidewalks have tbe Water Company remove hydrants from sidewalks to the outside of tbe walk. The official canvass of the vote in Ballne county shows that John A. Anderson's plurality in the county was only S3 ; Martin's plurality was 202; Amos, S69; Frederickson, 968; Moore, 8S0; Bishop, 376; Carrutbera, 010; Dodge, 27; Burke, 139. The highest vote for the Third Party can didates was for Governor, which was 199. The majority against the con stitutional amendment is 817. The total vote was about 8,680. Whitehead & Seaman have sold their book, stationery and toy store to Mr. L. A. Will, of Nevada, Iowa. The retiring firm, with perhaps the excep tion of A. M. Campbell, O. 8elta and one or two other dealers, Is tbe oldest firm in the, city. It bos always retain the confidence , respect and esteem of our citizens, who will very much re gret that they are nolongeFln busi ness. Tbe trade of this establishment has been built up to large proportions, and Mr. Will is fortunate in being successor to so good a business. The latter gentleman has had a large ex perience in the business, comes well recommended and evidently is such a person as will achieve popularity and success in tbe business. He takes possession of tbe store immediately. Aldrich Couse. On Thursday evening, Nov. 4, 18S6, Mr. John W. Aldrich was united in marriage to Miss Emma Couse Bev. W. A. BImklns being the officiating minister. Tbe company present was composed chiefly of the Intimate friends of the bride and groom. 8ome very handsome presents were mads, among which was a 350 china set pre sented by the employes at Mr. Ober's store, where the bride waa for several years a popular saleslady. The groom is an old resident of Sallna, and en joys a large acquaintanceship. He is especially noted for bis gen laity. There is not a more warm-hearted gentleman in Sallna than Mr. Aldrich. Tbe bride is a young lady of many excellent qualities, and her union with so excellent a gentleman is approved of by her admiring friends. The couple left for a visit east Thursday evening. Avery strange attempt at 'robbery was made at the Pacific House last 8unday moral ng. At about 3 o'clock iu tbe morning Mr. MoGlll, who travels for T. M. James 4 Co., Kansas City, was awakened from sleep to find a man bending over his bed with a drawn revolver. The visitor having enjoined Mr. McGill to keep silent under penalty of losing the top of his head, etc, proceeded to search his coat and pants which were upon a chair nearby. Meanwhile Mr. Mc Gill proceeded to "pull down bis vest contain lug aboat (35 in mosey and a gold watch and chain, from under his pillow down into the bed. The robber having "done up" the coat and pants, aad having succeeded iu finding only 0 cents in money, de manded Mr.McGlIl'avestand made the latter gentleman remove the pillows and throw back the bed clothing for Inspection. No vest waa found aad at the point of the revolver Mr. robber again dem&aded the vest, to which demand Mr. McGill replied that the last he saw or It It waa with the coat and pasts ; and after a little mors fumbling Mr. robber.Ieft aad Mr. Me Gill settled dawn comfortably aad calmly to finish bis Bap. This atery might have needed a Utile corrobora tion were it net for the fast that ladies sieepiag la adloinlag rectus, who were alsaeat frightened to death (.too much frightened to scream) over heard a portiea of the eeavecMttoB. Whea Mr. robber makes bis appear- aaee "he ought to be arrested''--te earry eat the Bsggestiea of eae party at least. The doer to the reesa waa enteral by taming the key wKh a BaaUda w vXB9bHK99) !io4y Bfefet. Bar J kia' ssaagater howe, east ef tewa, wa destroyed by Ire. The botchers hadbeea heating water for dnestag begs, aadatSe'eioek left the buUd iwr sattxwiwr that the f re was entire- ly eatiBgais&ed aad everything la 1 order. A high wlad was prevaiim: that day, aad ia as Beeqseaee efit.lt is sappeeed that some ef the fire whlefe had aet bees put est created afiaaae. At 7 e'eieek tbe balidieg was la flmes,asd entirely consumed. Kola raaee. The funeral ef the lata Adam R Head oeearred last Sunday. The fa- aeral services- eeoBrred-at the family xessdeBoe ia Pleasant Valley tewa ship, which were ceadBCted by Bev. Frank C. York of this city. The funeral preossaiea proceeding to 8a- ilaa was Joined la tbe western part of the city by about 50 members of the G. A. B., (of which organization Hr. Head was a prominent member), by Capt. Hilton's military company and many carriages. There were at least lOOvehlales la the procession. The services at Gypsum Hill Cemetery were conducted tla accordance with the G. A. R. ritual. We would again call attention to the Educational Convention at tbe M.E. church this evening. Though held at the Methodist church'thls meeting is of no more interest to the members or this church than to those of any other denomination. The sub jects under consideration are of great Importance to every resident of Sall na who has children to educate, to every business man, and to all others who desire to see oar city Increase In size, wealth and culture. Good speakers, among them Drs. Swahlen, Blmpkins and Lockwood, will ad dress the meeting, and fine musiois expected, so that those persons pres ent will be not only greatly instruct ed but highly entertained. The Lincoln Center Beacon con tains tbe following : Bev. W. A. BImklns last Sunday evening preached a sermon of rare ability, and of special significance to young men. He should have had a crowded house. Mrs. Dr. Crowley, of Sallna, has been visiting with Mrs. Houghton and other friends in this place this week, and was a welcome caller at the Beacon office. The following items are taken from the Broosvllle Trtm$aipt : Mrs McManus is at F. Blchardson'a house in Sallna. She has been very sick, very little hope is entertained for her recovery. Mr. B. F. Babcock, who lives in Summit township south of town, re ceived last week, back pension amounting to 31,100. This is Indeed a good thing for Mr. Babcock as he is getting along in years and it will be a great help to him. The following is a complete list of township officers elected at the late election : Cambria To wkship Trustee, F.G. Barker ; Clerk, Cyrus Urmey ; treas urer, J. H. Bhort ; Justices, M. David son. Ed Swank; Constables, J. B. SUCler, J. Eaah ; road overseers, J. B. Stiffier, C. Houston, C O Halm. M Davidson. Dayton Trustee, Wm Bcrlganj clerk, . J 0 Barrett ; treasurer, T. T Sullivan ; Justices, C F Winters, J A Barrett ; constables, G R Allison, M P Sullivan ; road overseers, J C Wiley M J Sullivan, Jas Tobln, J A Dor fllnger. Elm Creek Trustee, L D Hill ; clerk, J A Banker ; treasurer, Jacob Carney ; Justices, Geo L Page ; con stable, Alexander Anderson ; road overseers, Otto Bernbeck, Alexander Anderson, A D Bturman. Eobeka Trustee, Geo B Jay; clerk, W A Kouns; treasurer, Geo Manon ; Justices, Samuel Batdorf, F LBigler; constables, WmD Jones, Jos P Casper; road overseer, J H Williams, Stephen Post, E Lehman, B H Kelle. Faloit Trustee. Andrew Mickel son : clerk. A W Peterson : treasurer. Jacob Malmgren, Jr. Justices, Wm Olson, Chas Spencer; constables, Frank Spencer Wm Llndblom ; road overseers, S Broman, C F Malmgren, Swan Lagerstrom, N Bartrom. GuutDALE Trustee, J F John; clerk, W O Legg; treasurer, W Bank er ; justices, O Wilson, BB Mc Gavron ; constables, T J Martin, Jess Sherman ; road overseers, A Wood bury, Jas W Smith, M Lebert, A T Armstrong. Greeley Trustee, Maurice Mc Anliff; clerk, Chas Peck ; treasurer, J M Anderson ; justices, D 8 Kohr A F Anderson ; constables, Wm Boat man, Wm Bieker ; road overseers, H Hoffman, J Manahan, John Wllvers, C B Manning, A F Andarson. Liberty Trustee, L Mapes ; clerk, OlofSw&nson ; treasurer, B F Robl n son; constables, W T Montgomery, C J MoVlttle; road overseers, John Peterson. Swan Isaacson, G, M Daniels, W L Livingston. GYPsrrH Trustee, W H Wbeelock ; clerk, A McCoIium ; treasurer, F M Hedrick ; Justices, J B Slkklng, J W Johnson ; constables, E D Hall, O B Long ; road overseers, R-Bpencer, T G McCance, A F Jackson, J Law. Ohio Trustee, 8 Hoffman; clerk, G M Freeman ; treasurer, John Gels ler; Justices, A N Case, M Bertles constables, Dan Jones, A Madden ; road overseers, John O'Shea.D Dowd, TBown, JO Bear, I Griffiths, O W Olson. Smoky Hul Trustee, T Schwartz: clerk, S Giesseman ; treasurer, 8 P Hughes, justices, Chas Bittersbacher, James Pulley; road overseers, J; Gottachall, A J ColeFred Hchu maker, Wm Lockwood, J Wisgauber, B C Wilson. Pleasant Vaixey Trustee, Jas Devlin ; clerk, HC Smith; treasurer, Phillip Weis; Justices, Geo Geisaler, F W Crowell; constables, Walter KnitUes; road overseers, David Smith; Felix McCabe, Thos Smith, WWNorrfs. Smoky View Trustee, E M Ander son ; clerk, N J Thsrstenberg ; treas urer. Boat. Crawford, Justices, Alrx McPhall, Geo MoPhail; constables, C W Hanna, J A Chabon ; road over seers, Thos Olson, J Trubon, E Fred rickson, Nek Neisea. Smolan Trustee, F OOstenberg; clerk, C WDopp; treasurer, FNor berg;Jastieee,PA Brown, JMDan letooa ; constables, O B Pierce, O W Dopp ;road overseer, 8 N Hedqvtet, K EKnutsoa. SPStKa Cheek Trustee, Peter Sol dan ; clerk, T Cable ; treasurer. It B Ingraham; Justices, J M Arnold, CE Granger; constable, Geo. T Day, B B Tltaa; road overseers, P D Matsoa. John Bennett, W H Gentry, D A Ward, Jaa Wilson, B B Tltae. Bolomoh Trustee, J W Barton; clerk, T Watstoa ; treaearer.O Barns; justices. 8 8 Kaapp,F W Rogers; ceastabtes, J Lumberg, W Leister: road overseers, Geo Leister, J H Levertea, I Tara, John Trespsr. Bumvtt Trustee, E C Thomas; clerk, B H Earl; treasurer, J A Moore; jattieee,BF Baheeek, A M Frits; constables, W A MeLala, Jno Bapert ; read overseers, W J Voaherg, W WSsalth. WAjHisoTBirTrastee, AW Lin dell ; clerk, Bwaa E Kris ; treasurer, John Baglaad, jastieeavEseeh Lewis, CACariaoa; eoaseabiea, W Bash.J T Hall ; road overseers, M Qkes, Nek Nekea, B A Lanes, Andrew Ben ton. WAtsroTV-Trastee, Heary Berg: jt& T D faiif.iii iTftiiin.r t ar Beaaard, Justices, W H Summers, R B Wikea ; eonstableo, Bea KeKewa, WmJebasakjread ererwers, Fred erick Ferabt, Joaaa Ships, J FJBaeaa. It fa ealy a few weeks bow to Christmas. IttofuHttme yea were having year Christmas goods kid away. GoteD. &J.B.WhHehed'a aad see their fine Hue ef watehw, eleeks, Jewelry aad aUrsr ware. CAMPBELL & TUTHILL POSTOFFICE CORNER, 3iUuJ17i FOB. SPOT CASH 1 Have Bought a f ullline of New and Seasonable Goods, and are offering them at Prices that cant be Beaten. 1 Oof steel o CLOTHING Rninousl h going at Low - Prices And close buyers will find it to their interest to call soon if they would secure a good Suit cheap. WE HAVE JUST BOUGHT A FULL LINE OF J! LVETS, HI MS AHD ASTRACANS, 5r Striped andbSlain, Neater, Nobbier and Prettier - tBan any in Salina. We carry tlie !et line of in the City. They are better made, better material, and will last longer than those of any other house. If you want Muslins, Flannels, Quilts, Blankets Table-Linen, Crash, Gassimeres, Jeans, Can ton Flannel, Carpet Warp and Cheviots, Our Store is the Place i 14 Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce. IKT GROCEIRIES We strive to carry only Fresh Stock, and keep everything wanted, and will meet all honorable competition at Wholesale or Retail. In fact, we would like to have you come in and see us, remembering that prices are always une lowest. our WE WILL ENDEAVOR TO TREAT YOU FAIR AMD MAKE YOU MONEY. (BMMWW 3aS &. W&WMh POS-OFFICE CORNER. SALINA, KAJJBAS.