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We sell no goods on cred
it to anybody.
WeJSre the only mer
chants In thisvicinity who do
an exclusively cash business.
All houses selling goods
on credit are compelled to add
largely to the prices of their
goods to pay for losses occa
sioned by bad debts, long
waiting and general uncertain
ty. A merchant in this coun
ty doing a credit business
says, " is impossible to add
on profit enough when you are
doing acredit business."
Cash customers, in credit
houses, as a rule, pay the same
prices for their goods as those
who buy on six months time
for something near a oneness
of price is required in-all stores
to avoid offending customers
who might be charged more
than a neighbor.
A business conducted ex
clusively on the cash plan can
afford a much smaller margin
of profit than any other.
We sell goods cheaper than
any other, house in this com
munity. We save to any fam
ily buying all their goods of hs
about 15 per cent, of what they
would pay for the same goods
We cany almost every
thing that is wanted by our
citizens in Drv Goods, Notions
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries,
We strive to furnish our
patrons a good article in ev
ery department. Our goods
are carefully selected, deaa
aad desirable. They are
bought at the lowest attaina
ble prices, and offered to our
customers at a margin of profit
smaller than any house doing a
credit business can live on.
THUR8DAY, AUGUST S3. 1888.
ritut uaeaoc Uui I halt be atUUe tor
tbe meof KtoUrfDirtl fH.
LUKE F. PABSOKH.
oOetotRefisUref fWli ,tobt tcCtbc-dadtiOB
of lh StftM CMBtr KepoUtema Coate&tleo.
V MAS Oi btw
Mr. BU Tuttle waa lumte m a visit
"riueti a dcht of wltmt staeVs" a is
teen lu tbe land.
Prairie ehlekerts are Rahl to b
very numeious till year.
Mrs. hamuel Silver h visiting her
parents wit live at Augusta.
Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Wilson have re
turned frew their bridal trip.
The graders of the Tepeka,Sallna A
Western are continuing their work.
A German lwnicupathic tioetor by
the name of Franklin baa located here.
Mr- Fred Shank, of the Saline val
ley, Is ruueh elated over blslO pound
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Garver returned
from tbeir mountain trip but Satur
day. We bear that Peter Mugler designs
opening a saloon In the old "Herald
Mr. W. Dryer, of Abilene treasurer
of our water company, was in town
Mra. J. M. Wilson has returned
from the Hot Springs to ber borne on
The operation of the derrick at the
new Campbell & Tuthill building at
David Douglas will make his borne
for the future with Cbas. Sherman
The M. E. church will bold morn
ing and evening services at the opera
house next Sunday.
The Cathollo Society will give a
picnic entertainment at the Park, on
Thursday, the 30th Inst.
Hundreds of loads of wheat are seen
on the way to town every day. The
price has been fair of late.
Mr. Oscar 8eiU tells us of an apple
tree in his yard which having already
borne fruit tbls year, la now In blos
R. King, of Gypsum creek, reports
40 bushels to the acre, and a threshing
of 367 bushels in three hours by A.
The farmers have bad the most fa
vorable weather for plowing this sea
son, and as a consequence it is nearly
Miss Clara L. Teague, of St. Louis,
is visltlug ber brother's family. She
Is still engaged in the St. Louis Post
The Union Christian Temperance
meeting held at the Lutheran churoh
lastSunday evening was addressed by
Iters. SimklnB and Steward.
Mr. MoDowell, editor of the Colum
bus Courier, was in town yesterday.
He is a one-armed soldier, a genial
gentleman and a good editor.
The offlcera of School District No 14,
Smoky View township, have order
ed an election for voting ou the ques
tion of re-locating the school hotte.
Mr L. O. Wight started for Tinea
rora, N. Y., last Tuesday, to join lita
wife who has been visiting there The
family will return In about two weeks
Mr. K. M. Downer, a banker of
Granville, Ohio, Is visiting bis son,
Mr. A. A. Downer. He Is a brother
of Rev. J. R. Downer, now visiting
Mrs. S. H. Williams and Mrs. Belle
Robinson staated eastward yesterday
morning. They will visit at Manhat
tan, Alma and Topeka for several
Rev. Dr. J. R. Downer will address
his old friends and acquaintances at
the First Baptist church, next 8unday
morning, at 1 1 a. h. All are cordially
Secretary Martin of the fair associ
ation started oat on an advertising
trip for the fair last Tuesday. As
sistant Superintendent Jeffries is also
on the road.
County Superintendent Davis has
received the semi-annual dtvdend of
the State school fund. It amounts to
?2,019.36. That and the county fand
amounts to 44 cents per capita.
Attention is called to Dr. Daily's
article on the condition of the Topeka,
Salina A Western Railway. He
seems to talk truthfully, and prob
ably he does. We have never for one
moment belie ved that this road would
fail us, and ire still believe it will
reach Salina m due time.
A telegram has been received at
Topeka, announcing the sudden death
pt Mrs. Hattle E. Dodd, wife of Dr. 8.
T. Dodd, late pastor of the Christian
church here. The papers announce
that she died from prostration. While
a resident of Salina and later as a resi
dent of Topeka ber health was poor.
Mr. Sara Gradwahl returned from
Europe last Sunday. He speaks en
tertainingly of Frankfort, Stuttgart,
Baden-Baden, Hidelberg, Strasburg,
the falls of the Rhine, Zurich, Lu
zerne, a trip up the Rhlgl and numer
ous other places where a visit is most
enjoyable. He returns much benefited
by the trip and is ready for business
As Dennis Sullivan was driving
with his wife and another lady and
baby near the Iron avenue bridge, last
Saturday evening, the bolt of a single
tree came out, and as a consequence
the wagon was turned so as to Up over.
The inmates of the wagon were all
thrown out. The baby was supposed
to be Injured at first, but proved not
A person by the name of Gladding
from Fort Scott, will take charge of
the Telephone Exchange In a few
days. Mr. Masker will have charge
of the territorial lines. There is al
ready subscribed for the McPheraon
line over 1608, and it is probable that
the required sum will soon be raised,
and the line constructed before
There seems to be a misunderstand
ing on the port of our alUzena In re
gard to the pressure of water on the
mains at night. The pressure daring
thv night Is for domestic purposes.
Bat In case of fire, a sufficient press
ure can be pat on within one minute
after the alarm has been given. Sixty
poaads of steam, equal to JWposBde
of water prcsssre, is kept eeakaatty
en haad at Bight.whieb can be applied
j as qaiekly as stated.
Mr. Cbas. 8. Martin announces this
week that be Is a candidate fer the of
fice of Register of Deeds subject to
the action of the Republican county
convention. Mr, Martin is a thorough
going Republican and entirely In ac
cord with the party policy and prineK
pies. As a clerk in the last House of
Representatives he made a trilllant
clerical recordiand proves blnuclf to
be specially qualified for such ouoDIce
as he now seeks.
The boys of the fire department
have .commenced arranging for the
water works celebration. They have
appointed the following committees :
General arrangements Win. Hog
ben, Jessie Fnt, Pat Maber, C. V
Fleck, AlHIni,C.S CottraU, Harry
Wallace. Wht. Cnle. O '. Supple, Joe
WoUleflVr, Bd. Lofz. Invitations
Joo Wotei"fier. O. F. Supple. C. H
Conrad. Ball-Harry Walaee, Al
Htne. O C. Fleek. Board orGues
J. W. Pmnt, Wm. Cole, Jl. Lotz.
Yesterday afternoon a ld aeeltlent
happened at the farm of Mr. Peter
Hughes. Si miles south-east of town
Jtt as the Meosrs. Bagley started up
their threshing machine, a young
man named Frank Seaton was stand
ing with one foot on the feed board
aud the other on the wheat stack.
Losing bis balance one foot was caught
in the cylinder and horribly mangled.
Mr. Bagley brought htm promptly to
Mr. Seitz's drug store and sutuntoned
Dr. Crowley. The doctor will do all
in bis power to save the foot from am- ;
Borne parties seems to have taken
special delight in carrying off some of
the Salina, Fremont & Lincoln rail
road petitions. The parties no doubt
thought they were striking an ef
fective blow: at the enterprise. In
this they are badly mistaken, as the
friends of the road will proceed to
have the work done over again. The
petition at Mr. Seitz's drug store, con
taining about 100 names, bos disap
peared. Those who signed that peti
tion are asked to renew their signa
tures on a new list which lias been
The Topeka Commonwealth of yes
terday furnishes the following items
regarding the new road :
Judge Jacob SafTord returned yester
day from Boston, and reports that the
road from Ottawa to Topeka and
thence on to Council Grove will be
Judge Jacob SafTord returned from
Boston yesterday, where he has been
for some weeks in the Interest of the
Topeka, Salina & Western Road. The
Judge reports baring disposed of
about 400,000 of the bonds of this
road at 83 cents ; that as soon as a new
engine and construction train arrives
the work of track laying will be
Prof. E. R. Plank's course of lec
tures on botany delivered at the Pres
byterian church during the last week
were much enjoyed by those Interested
in this delightful branch of science.
Each and every lecture evinced much
reseated, study 'and thought. The
lecturer has succeeded in condensing
in comparatively small space all that
is knovfn of the subject aud presents
It in a most popular way. The Pro
fessor, though modest and unpretend
ing In bis manner, is a gentleman of
great culture and learning, and Im
presses all with the belief that he Is a
grand, noble man.
Messrs. Crlppen, Lawrence & C.,
A. M. Claflin, Wight & Carroll, F. M.
Hamilton & Co , ami C. E. Faulkner
have united in addressing u circular
to caeh farmer in Saline county, ask
ing a report of his wheat and oats
yield, nfter the completion of the
threshing. This will be very little
trouble for the farmer, nnd the reports
in the aggregate will make a magnifi
cent showing for our county. It is to
be used as an advertisement of our ag
ricultural resources, nud scattered far
and wide for the purpose pt securing
our share of Immigration, wbioh we
have thus far by no means received.
It Is the purpose of these gntlemen
to have Issued both from the Journal
and Herald offices extra editions of
about 3),000 papers, containing not
only these reports of farmers but much
information of a general nature per
taining to our county. It is asking
but very little, of the farmers to take
the interest-in this matter which Is
requested in tbo clrpular.and we hope
they will promptly respond. As for
the town people, they cannot do too
much to aid this move, which must
prove of a great benefit to all.
A visit to the poultry farm of Geo.
Krueger, about eight miles northwest
of Salina, reveals a little city peopled
with all the varieties of poultry which
are adapted to this climate. The neat
little houses surround a great square,
and look very much like barracks for
troops. No doubt.wben the military
band of numerous -chanticleers greet
the dawning day, and the feathered
soldiers get In 11ns ready for their
"dope," there is a fine array of colors
presented and a square as animated
with changing scenes as any city
street In the world. Mr. Krueger a
few years ago conceived the plan of
having a poultry farm near Salina, be
lieving that It could be made as profit
able as any branch of business. In
this he hi not mistaken. Investing
his means and devoting all bis time to
the business, hs has discovered that
an approach to an adequate Income Is
already making its appearance. He
has made many shipments of eggs
both east and west, and has found
ready sales for his poultry. He has
collected about him all the conven
iences for the business and can soon
"rest on his oars" With a handsome
yearly income. His buildings occupy
a little spoHfarrounded by bluffs. He
has a large feed house, near which
stands a wind mill which .furnishes
the place with wholesome water and
at the same time, while attached to
the machinery, prepares the food fori
bis army of boarders. Aeroas the road
are two large slsed buildings (hatch
eries) provided with various neat
apartments and furnished with wann
ing apparatus against the winter's
cold. In various directions from this
centre can be seen the neat little
homes of the various commBnltles of
the feathered tribe. The stately geese
march in flocks about the square, and
the chirping and clucking of hundreds
of chickens of all ages and sizes and
breeds floats to your ears at every
step. Mr. Krueger Is preparing to
still enlarge his buainessgand proposes
to have before many years the largest
poultry establishment in the State.
He is just completing a handsome
cottage residence of fanclfnl architec
ture, and will soon dwell in the midst
of alt this world of "clueklng beings"
ready to receive bis friends and ubow
thpnj what he knows about poultry
THE OITT COUNCIL.
Aaewreie afceetHeease A waterworks
celebration aad spproprisUsa there
for of $200 A perofeste of 40 fire
men's suits Water service for city
buIld)gM)peeina of Teata street
The regular moutbly meeting of
the city council took plaee lat Mon
day night. CouHcllmaa Goodnow
was elected President jro tern. Tbe
marshal was iustrueted to recognize
nu license except the same be signed
by tbe mayor, attested by the clerk
under the seal of the elty.and counter
signed by the treasurer. The clerk
was iustrueted to write to Topeka par
tie Hitting In asphalturu crossings,
asking cost of eoustructiou of thirty
dressings. It was voted to have a
water works celebration on the tint
day of the Fair, and that the tire de
for the eetebratioit. the city agreeing
to appropriate an amount not to ex
ceed $900 for this purpoee. The clerk
was Iffslrueted to invite the mayors
and councils of Abilene.tfolomon City,
Junction City, Clay Center, Minneap
olis, Brookvllle, Klkworth, Ltnd
borg,and McPhertfon, to attend a lire
man's tournauuut. It vnu voted to
to purehase40 suits, at fl.SSeueli, for
hose cemimiiea, the city to jay bal
auee required after companies have
paid the amount collected towards the
name. An ordinance pertaining to
sidewalks published in another place,
was passed. It was voted that the
water service be put luto the city
building at once. A petition for open
ing Tenth street from Walnut to
South, was accepted, and the clerk in
structed togive proper notice.
The Salina Waterworks.
For years the question of fire pro
tection for our city baa been discussed,
but it is only during tbe past few
weeks that our citizens have consid
ered tbey have ample security
against the flames. The Babcock Fire
engine proved to be no protection at
all. Tbe question then arose whether
or not Salina should Invest In a steam
lire engine. One was brought here
and a public test was made. While
the streams were powerful and rose to
a great altitude, the serious question
was, where shall tbe water for these
streams be obtained should a fire oc
cur in some of the outlying districts,
aud where shall the money come from
to keep up such a well-organized force
as such a machine demands. People
became discouraged at the outlook
and began to fear that they should
have no protection for property for
years to come. A few "bold spirits"
suggested the Holly system of water
works and although their suggestions
were laughed at as Impracticable in a
place of tbe size of Salina, they kept
them before the public until a thorough
Investigation as to its practicability
had taken place. Mr. Orton, repre
senting the Holly Water Co., was in
vited to visltSallna and impart all the
Information In his power concerning
the system, to our citizens. He came
and very clearly proved that Salina
could "aflurd" to invest in tbe way of
rental of wateriprivileges. Aftersome
delay and much discussion, the city
administration agreed to pay a rental
of $100 fur each hydrant put in by the
company for fire protection alouc, aud
n contract to this effect was signed and
sealed. The matter lagged again a
little, when some of our own citizens
became Interested as slock owners and
from that time Salina was sure of
having the water service. The new
company was organized with the fol
lowing officers: J. E. Boucbrake,
President ; M. M. Briggs, Vice-President
i W. R. Pryer, Treasurer ; E. H.
Gilibn, Secretary j Henry Baker, Sup
erintendent. Althes gentlemen are
men of capital and possessed of busi
ness qualifications. Their standing
as business men induced our
people to believe in an early and
satisfactory completion of tbe
works. And that the company has
done not only all It agreed to do, but
more, has proven that the confidence
thus exhibited was not misplaced
Ever since the company took hold of
tbe enterprise tbey have pushed it to
ward completion by alt means within
their power, and whatever delays
took place were not caused by any
lack of energy or zeal on tbelr part
Now that the work is completed It
may not be out of place to make men
tion of some of the machinery which
assists us to a most bountiful water
supply. Tbe pumps are the Gasklll
horizontal compound pumping en
glues. Capacity, 1,500,000 gallons
with domestic pressure. The two
boilers are 00 horse power each. There
are.now four miles of tnainc.and forty
three hydrants have been put In.
Tbe water is supplied from a well
twenty-seven feet in diameter. The
works were completed and tested
Aug. Olb, and accepted by the city
council the same day. We now have
two well-drilled hose companies.
With all these provisions the safety
of property against fire la assured.
Those who witnessed the public ex
hibition, when six streams at once
were thrown nearly 100 feet Into the
alrtwithout any special effort from the
pumps. People were greatly Impressed
with the power of tbe works and tbe
almost absolute safety to property
that must necessarily be ensured by
such splendid streams. We believe
we speak with truth when we aay
there is not a citizen who Is not per
fectly satisfied with our water works,
and who could be Induced to exchange
them forauy other system, or have
them discontinued. Tbe demand of
private parties for lawn and domestic
Eurposes keeps the plumbers all very
usy so far, though tbe lateness of the
season has Induced scores to wait un
til spring before availing themselves
of the privilege. Mr. Glbbs, the Sec
retary, Informs us that his records in
early spring will show 100 property
owners using the water for private
purposes. The water works are a
"geld mine" fer Salina, and the day
will never come when its people will
regret that tbey were constructed.
Besides protecting our property and
furnishing pun good water for do
mestic purposes, we shall be enabled
to beautify our yards In those trying
mentha when the sun eeetna to scorch
the very roots ofthearassand trees.
The water supply will increase Sall
na's beauty 108 per cent, and permit
her to still held the enviable position
of being tbe handsomest city in Kan
sas. Tbe following dispatch appeared in
the dally paper, of yesterday ;
03AokCity. Kau.,Aagust 21. At a
meeting of tbe directors of tbe Ottawa,
Osage City aad Council Grove rail
road', in Lyndon, yesterday, the con
tract for building it was let to C. C. P
Hoklea. of Chicago. This road Is de
signed to be an extension of tbe Mis
souri Pacific system connecting that
read at Ottawa with the Topeka, Sal 1
oa and Western at Council Grove.
Kansas. It will traverse seventy-five
miles or me very ricnest portion or tbe
state aud open up new markets East
and West for the Immense coal busi
ness of Osage county. Holden claims
to be able to balld the road as soon as
the bonds are voted along Its line
The people are anxious for a new con
nection to St Loals and eeeta cheer,
folly lacllBedo vote the bonds needed.
Mr. Howard Rash and wife leffthk
morning for Chicago to be absent
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hazier started
Monday for Carbondale, Ilia,, where
they will maken extended visit.
ansa vina waldron, an accom
plished yonng lady of Salina, was
married last evening to Mr. A.R. Ran-
bush, a farmer living north of Bava
ria, this county.
Having heard some complaint, I
desire to make an explanation of tbe
management of tbe speed ring aad
how tbe purse of$2,000waiT raised. In
tbe first place, the citizens of Salina
donate $300 to the Assouiatiou for that
purpre. and there is an entrance fee
of 10 jxTcent. charged on all entries
and there must be five entries before
there can be a ntce in othor words
those who compete for the purse must
pay the secretary 60 per cent, of the
whole amount before any race can
start. It figures thus:
Donated bv citizens of Salina $ 944
60 per cent, or f S.000 charged aa
entrance fee, I.imi
Offered by Association, 6M
It will be seen by these figures that
the Association offers but SSOU f-T
speeds. If there are more tlmu live
entries fur each race, the amount
added by the Association would cut
down accordingly. For vegetables
and stock the Association offers (600,
exclusive of sweepstakes. Theamount
offered for sweepstakes on vegetables
and stock Is $153, of which 10 per
cent. Is charged, which makes $15.30,
leaving $137.70; deduct 31530 from
$153 and the total will be $1037.70,
which the Association offers free of
all charges to competitors. The di
rectors have endeavored to ofier suoh
premiums aa will be attractive to all,
and hope that every citizen of Saline
county will take such an Interest as
to make this one coming Fair tbe best
ever held here.
Chas. 8. Martin,
Sec'y Saline Co. A. H. & M. Asa'n.
On Friday, Aug. 31st, 1883, at 10
o'clock A. x., 1 will sell at auction in
school District No. 6, one mile and a
half south-east of Mentor, the Sohool
home building and the furniture as
1 teacher's desk.
1 recitation seat.
1 12-incb globe.
3 wall lamps.
1 set of charts new.
1 pump and piping.
1 ton of coal.
20 oak posts.
1 coal house.
Terms Ninety days time will be
given If requested, on payment often
per cent. Geo. W. Wilson,
30 1 t Clerk School District No.6.
Ayer's Ague Cure has saved thous
ands ofllvcd In the malarial districts
of this and other cou ntries. It is war
ranted a certain and speedy remedy,
free from all harmful JnredlenU
Great Spirit Spring Water.
Pure maple sugar, full cream, choice
sugar cured bams and all kinds of salt
fish at Campbell & Tuthlll's.
Berwick, Aug. 21, 183S.
There will be a Sunday Sehool pie
nlc In C. It Underwood' grove.seven
miles south of Salina, near II. L.
Jones' ford, Thursday, Aug. 30. All
are cordially Invited to attend.
W. H. BUWARP.
Lost On last Saturday between
the City Hall ami Ober & Hainan's
gtoro, a morooco covered bill book
containing a $20 bill, a bank book, re
ceipts and some letters. A reasonable
reward will be paid the person return
ing the same to either the Jodr.val
Office or Ober Jb Hagemait'a Store
J. B. R8.SAKD
A Qood Opening.
An active, steady person can find
constant employment and good wages
taking orders for tbe Salina Marble
Works, by calling at once upon
S. M. Palmer, opposite opera house.
Hunters Take Notice.
Any oue trespassing on Sec. 35, T.
13, R. 4 W., or on Sec. 2, T. 14, R 4 W.
will be punished to tbe full extent of
the law. M. J. Wkli-slacier-
Water I Water!
We are now ready to tap the mains
and make contracts for furnishing
water to the public for domestic and
The Sauna Water Works Co.
All qver the land are going into ec
stacy over Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. Their unlooked for
discovery by tbe timely use of this
great life-saving remedy, cause them
to gu nearly wild in its praise. It is
guaranteed to positively cure Severe
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever,
Bronchitis, Hoirsene,Los3 of Voice,
or any affection of the Throat and
Longs. Trial Bottles free at Oscar
Seitz's drug store. Large size $1.00.
A Blessing to an Minkiad.
In these times when our newspa
pers are flooded with medicine adver
tisements It is gratifying to know
what to procure that will certainly
cure you. If you are Bilious, Blood
out of order.Llver Inactive, or gener
ally debilitated, there Is nothing In
the world that will cure you aa quick
ly aa Electric Bitten. Tbey are a
blessing to all mankind, and can be
bad for only fifty cents a bottle of
Great 8plrit Spring Water from
Cawker City, for sale at Watson's.
, The highest market-price paid for
batter, eggs and chickens at Hagan &
Now Is the time to make money.
Goods of all kinds cheaper than ever
at Ober & Hageman's.
Parasols at actual cost at Ofeet &
Dr. Mitshle, Specialist.
EYE, EAR AND THROAT SHROBOX.
CATARRH, AND CATARRHAL DEAF
NESS. Dr. itchle'a artificial eyes sdj)t
ed to move like the natural eye. 'Spec
tacles adjusted to the jiaamolles of
refraction. Office. Metropolitan Ho
tel. Salina. Kansas. 4-tf
Large Smooth Toma
toes for Salo by Bishop
Bros., Gardeners. -
Lost A new trace on Monday,
Aug. 15, between Ash and Walnut on
Seven tb, street Tbe finder will be re
. warded by returning same to this of
For Sale. A piano and household
furniture. Enquire of Mrs. Frank,
South Santa Fe. .' 30-Sw.
Water I Wctert
We are now ready to tap the mains
and make contracts for furnishing
water to the public for domestic and
The Sauna Water Works Co.
$x hundred Hti. Call on or ad
dress, j J. D. WBLi.i.OTtiN,.StUIna,er
I a. u. .jtii.LARii, uavana.
Twenty-five mlletieews and twenty
three graded polled ealves. Enquire
at Barrett &. Jenkins's Maiket.
Great Spirit Spring Water.
Buy your Ice of B. Letz and be wire
U have It fer the whole season.
Huts and en pa for the million.
Cheap U the word at Ober & Hage
E, Lets is the only lee dealer who
eau HUfiply you with lee fer the whole
Clothing, olothing, clothing the
best fitting, best and elteapest stock
in town at Ober &. Hageman's.
Great Spirit Spring Water.
We have 150 good, large horses and
mares for sale at low prices and rea
sonable terms, at Llgbt'a ranch four
miles west of Salina.
Prescott & Hamilton.
We have received and are dally re
ceiving new boots and shoes. We are
marketing them at the lowest possible
price. Come and examine at Ober &.
Money to loan on chattel or personal
security. Apply to
C. E. Faulkner.
Piques, percales, white goods and
summer dress goods at cost at Ober &
Wanted. A boy 15 to 18 years old
to drive delivery wagon and work
about store. R. T. Watson.
Great Spirit Spring "Water.
Go East and visit your Klnfolks.
Through tickets and checks to all
points, East, North West and South,
atlowest rates. Maps, time tables and
Information for all upon application
at the U. P. depot. 25-3mos.
Closing out summer goods at A. T.
& M. H. Grier's.
Seven hundred sheep. Call on or
address, Wm. Stahl,
27-it Pliny, Kansas.
For anything or everything you
want to buy, call on Ober & Hage
man. Our Mr. Ober goes east In a (ew
days to make our fall purchases. Now
If you want to make money, come and
see ui, as we shall oiler special induce
ments for the next 30 days.
Walter A. Wood's mowers at
Schwartz's hardware store.
Great Spirit Spring Water.
Bucitlen's Arnica Salve.
The greatest medleal wonderpf the.
world. Warranted to speedily care
Burn, BrulscH, Cuts, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores", Cancers, Pike,
Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped
hand, nnd all skin eruptions, guar
anteed to cure in every intattee, or
money refunded. 25 cents ier box
Notlee Is hcrebv eiven to all teach
ers desiring' certificates, tliaU. there"
win iKva-puunc examination ai me
Second Ward Sehool building, Sejit.
1. The examination will begin
promptly at 7:30 a. lit. Should we ob
tain teachers enough to fill all the
position, this will be the lust examlu
atlou this year. ' L. A. Davis,
29-3t. Vo. Fupt
Great Spirit Spring Water.
Is closed and even the book store is
gone, but several of the choicest books.
Including a few copies of "Redeeming
I-ove," are left with me, and I now of
fer them for sale together with otber
books that I constantly keep on band
I will also, when It is at ail practica
ble, order books that I do not keep and
furnish them here at retail prices. A
specialty is made of Religious and
Temperance books and no pains will
be spared to accommodate customers.
Patronage la solicited.
Ctnthia A. See,
29 St. No. 63. Seventh street. ,
All summer goods at cost at Ober &
Hageman's for the next 30daya.
Wyoming the best steam coal in
America; TrnlL E, Lotz, Agent
Anderson iSdntlbldtrt's' new tailor'
shop Is tbe popular resort of those who
are In search of stylish suits. Their
suits are all "glove-fitting" and as
fashionable as can be obtained in tbe
eastern, cities. 23-tfcj
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
I have tbe following choice pieces of
land for sale at low prices and easy
Abect M tat Id 8 Kr W H ( T II R 1.
E U.re EU Stc 1 Til R S 89 em.
udS WK.TN Wl Sec z T 11 B S. la u HS
taJSElof HEVJtod.NBlQfSEl SwUTl
HRInall 1 ot
SK or 8 WH Sec IS T 10 R f tsd KH of N WH Se
Et or EH tte IS T 11 R a and WH ofN WH See
tSi 8 EVi of 8 EJ 8e 1STW RT tat It B f
N WKofN WjeJeSlTmRSiadEHof 8 E
BeeraTiz now acre
aodNle'9 E See 27
TUBS.lBtH ISO am.
C. E. Faulkner.
A Vegetable Product,
Only used la Ateb's Aotns Coax. Sas
proven UseU a never fattag and rapid
care for erery farm of Material lit
order. Fever aad Ague, or CbUfe and
Ferer. Ho lajary fefflews K ae. aad
tw tSects are psraaaest It rewes
the systes to a condWea of vigerotM
health, cleanses tbe blood of malarial
polsoa, aad Impart a fceUag of cosa
fert aad scearitv Most desiraWe Ja
Agae districts. It U an exeeBew teefe
aal prereatatlTe. as wcU as care, of
ag coapteiats peeaHer to maUriow.
isinby aad miasmatic regions. The
.. gnat saperiortty of 4tbr's Aeus Cons
'over any other oompoead Is that K
contains BO (Jfclalae, Arsenic, or aata
eral; coascqaeBtty K produces bo
rnthttSBi or lajarioa cSeets whatever
spoa the coasUtatlon. Those cared
by it an ten as haakay as if lacy had
Bever had the disease.
The direct action ef Anas' Asw
Ccthc upon the Liver aBd DtgesMve
Orgaaa aackes K a nperter reMedy
for Liver Computet-, prodadag aaaay
remarkable ceres, wbere other aaedt
daes have ftBed
For taleby aadrafejfat. .
Tremendous sacrifice in JdooIs
andShqes for thirty days,al?T o$
'!-.. " .. Geo.F. SatUEe's.
All Hesavy Boofs and Shoes
marked down to actual cost, at
Geo. F. -Saiiers 35oot and j Shoe
Store. ' ." ;
Go and' get prices fon Baotsahd
Shoes, at Geo. FSaiier Btftft and
Shoe Store. .
Men's Good Heavy Boots1, for
11.75, at Geo. F. Sauer's.
F, & V. EBESHARCTi
TtJsL JL JLJL
Bedding, Picture Frames, Window urbains,
Looking Glasses, Oarpets, Oil Cloths, Etc.
All kinds or Furniture made to Order, Repaired aad YaraLshea.
101 Santa Fe Avenue.
LOOK FOB STAMP
ON EVERY CASE.'
flffALMc am wood mm, m mskbts
msr the aiT2-.
SUBStUEXlV-r HJBBBBBfcaaWLilaByiS .. -
AlTifion tund an lmmtBM
fBirst Class Fiirniture Store
West of Kansas. City.
WE ABE HEADQTIAETEES ON WALL PAPER
EAGLE DRUG- STORE,
No. 107, Santa Fe Avenue,
OSCA31 B'l-'I.'X'Z. JTxapiletcr.
Pure Drags' &" Medicines.
A Bttter IJn.W
Paints, Oils, Fancy Soaps,'
Varnishes, Putty, Toilet Articles,
Leads, Lamps, Perfumery,
Window Glass,- Lamp Fixtures, Etc.. Htc,
Taiteaa bro4taf tI,r Boom la Ula Varlof Kaaxu.
The Best Brands of Cigars in the Cfty.
HARDWARE. STOVES AND TINWARE
Oar what attcnikn keaftr wt ttrtlti t
,tOVES, TINWARE AND TIN-WOK
AtA wt thall ttsvtUtt aMtkM at t Jorr atkeatbao erac
100 WARRANTED COOK STOVliS
Of or TtB-kaan asd vttMatrd
W, X). BADCT ,TTPSy
, i faata re arntf.'8Usa.Ea)
jL 3sT l3L JL 3 taa
00EF0BD n ATOHES
In jirrftrence to all other Wateht.
We are Solo Agents for them
in Saline County.
Watehet, Chei and Jewdry Ckantil
itockot FitiBltarepBr8 kept la a
fUUtsn U W txrHctt aS