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THURSDAY, JU1.Y 2, 1SS5.
I HEREBY mih Hurt I a a ubOMMc for
Ikf ofie of herta", nbfret to lb dfebfca of
Ike HrpaMieaa Cmutj 0.tnH.u
W. W. BARTLKTT.
The dogs must go!
"Did you say base ball?"
A heavy fall of rain yesterday.
"Iu the course of human events"
Tbe Normal Institute commences
Tbe oommen cement exercises of
the college takes place to night.
Dr. Bishop expects to start for En -rope
about the ISth oflbU month.
Mrs. Piatt, or Philadelphia Is visit
ing her sUter Mrs.G. A. Carmony.
The corn is niakiiiir ranlil crowtli.
and bids fair to be n Kjilemliil crop.
The county couiinihsloiient meet iu
regular quarterly stolon next Mon
Itev. X. 1'eterwou, of Harony, Neb.,
writes that he will probably return to
Mrs. Helen M. Uougar wan the
I guest or Mrs. Robert Dowling while
Mrs. T. L. Born, accompanied by
Miss Ada Bond of Leavenworth, ar
rived last Monday.
The prograinmt- for the races at the
Park on July 10th and 11th is pub-
li-timl in another place.
Heveral are prenariug to put In the
new 1C foot pavementM iu front of
their Hanla Ke properly.
MIsh Birdie Carroll has returned
from Denver, where she has leen at
ih-Ih.iI for xeveral months.
Mr. W. M. Clarkxon has Mild his
livery stable property to Mewrs. Din
widdle and Clreen for $5,700.
The firecracker hns Iteen turned
loose. It is the hkirmi.ih line tiring
of the great battle of the Fourth.
Mr. C. O. Wiliuarth in engaged up
on the plans of a lnw cart lioil-f to
le located miuIIi of Iron Avenue.
Rev. P. Wager, accompanied by
his sou George, who has been attend
ing school in Chicago, returned to
Kalina laid Saturday.
The contract for building the wing
to the Second wanl school house was
on Monday night awarded to Wll
niarth & Gilbert for 1 2.S17.
Mr. Z. W. Morrow informs us that
young Billy Robinson, who lived In
Sallna formerly, was killed in Texas
by John Good some six years ago.
The "old dustlcs" defeated the
"Sweet Sixtevlis," Tuesday by n score
of 17 to 9, and the first named club
still had an Inning coming to them.
The farmeis have been busy in lo
callties harvesting what shriveled
wheat remained to them. It does
seem hanlly iirolltablo to cut Mich
Bruce Stanley has been apiiolnted
telegraph operator at Council Grove.
He went down Tuesday to enter ukiii
the duties of his otllce. Good for
Mrs. A C. Millard, accomanItil by
her daughter Miss Maud, returned
from Hot Springs, Ark..last Friday.
Miss Maud is greatly improved Iu
Miss I.atna A. Skinner, of West
Held, N. Y., tct-omiiauicd by Mrs. M.
liiilcomb, of Clny Center, was
The U P. railroad will run an extra
train on July 4th between -McPherson,
and Sallna. It will leave McPherson
at 11 a. m. and return at 10 r. jr.,
charging one fare for round trip
Mr. R. Pearson, tbe wagon manu
facturer, has lately constructed twnf
very noticeable vehicles, which reflect
credit on the maker. We refer to
John Young's back and Mr. D wig
gin's milk wagon. The latter espec
ially is very complete in oil Its parts,
and well salted to the varieties of
weather a milk seller has to encoun- ! J?"Btby
Judge and Mrs,
earnestsympatblesofthelr large circle
of acquaintances la the loss of their
bright and promising boy Lee. who
died yesterday morning at tbe age
of 10 years, 5 months and 13 days.
He died of Inflammation of the bowels,
having been alek bottjk.yeek. The
funeral services omiTsSjSifolliollc
church this monitng aU0:30 o'clocs:J
Mr. Frank C. York was he first
one of the Portland visitors to return
reaching Sallna last Saturday. He
says there was not "standing room"
In Portland, and Bartlett, Hilton and
others pushed out Into the couulry
soon after arrival, to get a good square
breath. Mr. York is severe on the
cranks who so grossly Insulted the G.
A. R. Iioys In their circular about tbe
importation of liquor.
The eagle will be appropriately
squeezed In some six or eight differ
ent placss next Saturday In Saline
couuly. People will thus be furnished
admirable opportunities to celebrate
amid so much patriotic glow in a
styleoornmensurate with tbe most faa-
tidirus wish. This latter la a sentence
modeled from the ordinary run of
words to be found In a regulation
Foiirth-of July oration.
The Topeka Commonwealth of this
morning eayt :
The location of tbe State Reforma
tory has not yet been accomplished,
and probably will not be made for s.
day. or two af least, though a decision
may sooner be reached. The Com
missioners were In session all day
yesterday, at the Copeland Hotel, ex
amining tbe propositions made by the
various towns. This examination,
aud-the necessary comparison entails
more labor aud consumes more time
than might be supposed at first glance,
Tbe propositions are not unlform.and
many or tnetn are accompanied by
I harmonized with tbe facta as known
by the Commissioner, and tha vlalt.
n 11 ,.... h. ng statesmen who live west of tbe
"i" ""c taiv . ilrlh ilnMn.l m -I.4I... .
- lUblfMI UJCilUIBU JCIfUirD p-
"tm ueanng ana counecaa attention.
Tne Board will takeali the necessary
time, and at tbe same time will get
through with their work as early as
Lout Monday a dog km sensing all
the symptoms of rabies was shot iu
North Kalina. Though muzzled tbe
dog was Hying here and there, snap
ping at other ilogs, weeds, Ac. The
muzzle wai a little large, and It is
Missible some other dugs were bit.
Several armed men were soon on the
dog's traek, but It was finally killed
by a gentleman named Phillips. The
Marshal Immediately commenced war
011 the dogs not muzzled, and Is still
keeping it up. if a dog Is worth any
thing to the owner, the excuse of a
muzzle, or the trouble of keeping It
tied up, can very readily le undergone.
Tbe champion game of base ball
was played at the park last Friday af
ternoon: between Urookrille and
'Balina. Both clubs were strengthened
by Imported players, and it was said
that Brookvllie bad the assistance of
two professional players from Kansas
City. But be that as It may, they did
not have much the best of Halloa, and
If It bad not been for a very unfor
tunate change in positions by the
Sallna nine In the fourth inning, they
would have made a much belter show
ing. As it was the score stood nine to
four in favor of Brookvllie, which Is
not bad at all. and com Dares favorably
with tbe scores reported In our dallies I
flf IirnfM.tnnnl mmaa Tha ..... !
was $150.00 a side, and two-thirds of
the gate-money, which must have
been considerable, for twenty-five
cents was tbe price of admission, and
five or six hundred people witnessed
the game. Bo the score for the season
thus far stands two games for Sallna
and one for Brookvllie.
scholarship does. The work of tbe
Reading Circle will be an excellent
preparation for this work. from Ed
ucational Sole, Dc Kalb, JUa.
Siesta, Soliloquy, fUmble sad Remit.
As he sat under the umbrageous
canopy of a "horseweed" he mused;
and the Park cornnilasloner.deiuands
"ten days' notice of a picnic or other
recreation contemplated on these
grounds." Hum !
The seven-footer sunflower nodded
In the murky breeze and smiled Its
satisfaction and gratitude upon the
commissioner in the distance for do
ing to muoA for nothing.
As awsj tfejvoch the Oik Dal Park he pJ;
Hj filinj u rootd and ear.
Tirocr ta&tiad rls an4 l.ajpar brd.
Where thrlrae U lead as4 U eerpeat U rrf.
And Jtam eoek ap a maa'a gar.
Tb otealeei. "ire-flf Uap" vast et
While laailax hla aaaMeii ee tni.
Thnxucfc a eopee af aetUee asd tkara bnuh etoat.
And thirilee and atlakveed lamaedlar a boot,
Wker eqaaw pompkloi uterlaclBf 1 gr v.
Tbra avar frota I ha pinker, i.nomoa. canp
Tb aoaU sad bar larer iwllt laar.
And vaa afen at Ua kosr af taJJalrht damn
Wllb a Halua Uajald and coal Ml lamp.
Amu wjtj pviasa u7 snaa?.
Than'a t ka palaona of th wuj, tplder and anak
b onufvut, uraaiaiaaaa ruDCBDUg;
Th tick and tb btcUaand lltU Sas rake;
Tba atriped backed blister bur to nodertak
With a limited aapplj of tilt drn(.
BaU-attU. bcctir lie asd Blfbuhada .
Eaodbar aad caetaa. briar and poka
And Ttoe.rrtUa, bat sot beipokc.
HUH carau ibv leTUf ffllH.
If yon want to appear In proper
form on the Fourth of July, call on
Solberg and leave your measure for
one of bis elegant suits. Go quickly
and get measured.
Plenty of money to loan at RadcliQ
& Martin's offlce In tbe rear of First
Katloual Bank, 20-3w
Only one more day until the Fourth
For Site or Trade.
One second-hand Header in good
repair, with 3 boxes, Enquire of
F. H. Pickbell,
20-3w City Exnress.
A limited quantity of Oregon Seed
Wheat free of rye and cheat. Apply
to J. R, Arnold,
10 miles Northwest of Balina.
Cause of r snare.
Want of confidence accounts for
half of the business failures of to-day.
Oscar SelU. tha druggist, is not liable
to fail for tbe want of confidence in
Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup
for be gives away a bottle free to all
who are suffering with Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Consumption and all afiec
ions of the Throat and Lungs.
WHEAT, this morning,
Yery Lowest Prices for First-claSS Goofls
Call and. ZEsaaaaine
The county treasurer a few days
ago paid otr ill full the court house
aud Jail bonds which have beeu run
ning many years. Theamouut was $25
(Hl II. This, we believe, almost wholly,
if not wholly, wipes out Saline eoun"
ty's bonded indebtedness. Our coun
ty's credit is first-class in every re
spect, A Saline county bond Is an
Investment which is eagerly sought
after by capitalists. It is seized Uon
immediately uiou Its issuance. The
uiimrs 01 our coumy nave been so
wisely, flllclent ly aud honestly con
ducted that even a Democrat cannot
find ground ujkiii which to base a
guest of Mrs. M. D. SaiilpHou last
Mr. C. N. llauks has just (lnlxhetl
the sophomore year of the Michigan
State I'liiversity, nnd rcltirneil last
week lo spend Hip summer vuention
The street sprinkler It a clmriuiiig
stirttrrts, and we hope it may have-mif-
flfiiiit uitronagc to nrnke it survive
through the summer iiionth-i Am a
duit-leveler, it Is it lnis.!
The pastor or the Hapd-a elmri'li
receiveil ttie other day from Mr. (' F.
SauiMon, of Mas!aeliiieltH. a check
ofKiiki, to apply an the i!iilrlitciliitx
of Hie new chiirrh luiildlng.
Mrs. Ada Paixins very huudiiiiiely
eulertaiiied a large iuip.iu.v of her
young lady aud young gentlemen
friends at her home in Urcrley town
ship, last Thursday evening.
Mrs. Fiiller.flfltullalo, UN., Is vis
iting her sister Mrs. C. H. Radi-liir.
Mrs. Fidler will be reiueuibereil as
Miss Anna Putnam, who ppont a
summer in Salina several years ago.
Mr. J. W. Rice has let the contract
for the contruction of his new rivd
deuce to Wllnmrtli and ()illort Tor
4,l). This does not include the
basement work, which Is nearly
On Thurmlay's iiaxsonger train wee t
an attempt was made by a man to
commit suicide. The full particulars
of the frightful affair are contained In
an article from the Abilene (JatcUr
Assarla and Bridgeport contend
next Saturday for the honor of fur
nishing the biggest celebration. Both
Tillages have made preparations on
the most generous scale, and the ri
valry will be Intense.
The Flambeau boys will make a
very brilliant display of fire-works the
night of the Fourth, having raised
the necessary funds. The club, by
the way, has been reorganized and It
is now. a permanent institution.
Mr. Frank H. Van Eaton a former
well-known resident of Salina was
married at Harnett, Kansas, on the
evening of June ISth to Miss May
Walker of that place. Mr. and Mrs.
Van Eaton are settled at Clearwater,
Dr. Q. W. Foster, of Clyde, Kansas,
came down yesterday and purchased
2 poland china sows and a boar of
Alex Berg. The Dr. says Alex's herd
contains the finest individuals in the
state. This makes 12 head Alex has
shipped to parties abroad in two
Messrs. R, A. Burt-h and J. A.
Maltby have finished their studies in
tbe law department of the Michigan
State University and returned I o Sa
llna. Both graduated with honors,
and stood splendidly with their fellow
students. They have not yet deter
mined where they will locate In the
practice of their profession.
Messrs. MAifeland Doyle,attorneys,
have concluded to invest In land In
Meade county, ami will locate there
temporarily. They lnteud, however,
to return eventually to Slinn. They
have made many friend while here,
who will be pleased to see them do
well In tbe great southwest, as well as
to return finally to become perma
nent residents of Balins,
The city council met iu adjourned
session last Monday night. The peti
tion (or it sidewalk 011 the east side of
Fifth street from Iron Avenue to
Walnut street was presented ; also a
petition fur un asphaltum crossing
near alley west of Ninth street, near
him street, lietween property of A.
M. flail In and R. K. Nkkles, An or
dinance relative to lueieaslng width
of pavements on south Santa Fe was
tiassed. The petition risking that the
dray license le repealed was laid oil
tlietitble. The bill or John A. Nel
son and W. Ji. ShnllVr 011 crossing
were acted upon. Mr. Nelson's bid
was 1!-J cents persquarp foot, and Mr.
ShaH'cr's il cents. The contract was
awarded to Mr. Nelson.
Mrs. K. ('.Height, who Is visiting
her daughter Mrs. Wm. Berg, met
with quite, n loss iu her journey from
Pennsylvania to Kftllim. When nhe
left home her trunk contained a
wardrolw valued at alout $150. When
her trunk was uustrnpieil nt Sallna,
it lYiutuitifd two or three rocks, some
Philadelphia paers, and a lot of old
clothes. Not n vestige of the goods
with which the trunk was originally
lacked, remained. The lock was
found to be broken. She placed the
trunk In the hands of a drayman In
Philadelphia; she saw It at the detvot
as it was checked for the west, and
did not see it again until it reached
Sallna. She will take steps to re
cover, if possible, the value of the lost
An earnest effort is being made to
raise the necessary funds with which
Salina shall make a bid for the Metho
dist college. Already there is a good
start and fine promise of ultimate suc
cess. The plan u to lay out an addi
tion of several hundred lots on land
adjoining the city on the south, and
sell these lots at $100 each the lots to
be assigned to tbe stock owners by
some kino of a drawing. Tbe laud Is
very level, well-located, and cannot
but be very desirable. Every lot will
be good propetry. Avenues of trees
on each side of riant a Felead directly
to the proposed addition, and thus
one of tbe most superb walks and
drives in existence will bring the ad
dition near enough to town. A sur
prising amount of encouragement has
been given the project, and it hi be
lieved It will succeed. It would be a
shame for Sallna to sit supinely by
and allow this educational institution
to be taken from -our midst. It is
destined to be tbe only one In wes
tern Kansas of any standing or merit,
and If we would have a university
worthy of our patronage, now is the
time to secure one. If Sallna loses
this college she may never expect to
get anything but a sickly atfalr, which
would be a laughing stock and a
fraud. We have had some bad ex
perience already, and don't want any
more of it. Every citizen, we think,
fully appreciates the advautage of
having a good college at our very
doors, ana tor this reason our com
munity will not let the opportunity
to obtain one pass by. Let us united
ly take hold of the new project and
make it a success. Salina was united
upon the Normal, and now let her be
just as united and enthusiastic for the
Sallna has the finest Park in tha
state, the best band, the handsomest
ladies and the most liberal citizens.
All combined are to take part In a glo
rious celebration of tbe Fourth.
Owing to want of room, after July
lst we will dlscontlnueourclrculatlng
library. AU parties having books
out will please return them at once.
After above date we will offer for Bale
at almost your own price, all of tbe
books contained in the library, con
sisting of 600 volumes of standard
literature by first-class authors.
D. A. Van Trine 4 Co.
GRAND RACING MATINEE.
Under the suiplces cf Sslins Horsernsn
Last week a young msn who gave
his name as f amer committed suicide
In the town of Kalilne, Neb. He had
been In possession of a fine black
mare, whirh he ollered for salo at
such n price as lo arnne the suspic
ions of the f-heriir. The sheriff pro
ceeded to arrest him, and Corner took
refuge in a hay loft. The sheriff
moved on tn capture him. Camer
shot twice nt the sheriff, set fire to
the hay, and then shot himself. The
sherllTand his posse rescued the dy
ing man and extinguished tbe fire.
Camer confessed that he had stolen
the horse in Saline county. Tbe sher
iff telegraphed the particulars tosher
HI" Forsee. Mr. T. O. Thompson,
who had lost a horse of the descrip
tion stolen by Camer, went to Nebras
ka, proved ownership, and returned
A strong fight for the location of
the State Reformatory was made be
fore commission at Topeka last week.
The various cities presenting claims
for the location were represented by
persistent and influential candidates.
There was as much lobbying and wire
working as if a U. S. Senator were
being elected. We are pleased to bear
that Salina's 'gang' was as Irrepresible
and perlsient as any of the delega
gallons, and seemed to have an much
influence. The delegation was com
posed of the following named gentle
men : C. E. Faulkner, E. C. Culp,
M. D. Teague, C8. Martin, E. W
Olw'r. M. M. Briggs, E. H. Gibbs,
Henry Baker, Oscar Sellx,T. D. Fltz
patrlek, J. Weaver and R. Markland.
The Reformatory Commissioners (It
was understood) postponed any ac
tion until yesterday. But tbe follow
ing Item taken from tbe Topeka Capi
tal of Tuesday, would Indicate that
they have taken still more time :
The stale refprputtory board left
yesterday morning for tbeir homes,
and will probably convene again
about the latter part of this week.
The board, it is claimed, has pot Inti
mated to anyone where the institu
tion will be located. It as confi
dently asserted by a gentleman on
the street yesterday that Minneapolis
would be the place, while others
claimed tliat the IpttltuUpn would be
located In tbe ATkmsws valley.
Osk Dale Park, Salina, Ksnsss, Fridsy
snd Saturday July 10th and 11th,
FRIDAY, JULY lWTII.
No I. TiuiTriNQ 3 minute class.
Best 2 in 3. Purse, $75,00.
No. 2 Itn.NNlNfi one-half dash,
ponies not over 14 hands. $25.00.
No. 3. Trottinh Oentleman's
roadsters, free for all to harness.
Saturday, July Uth.
No.4 . Trotting free for all, best
2 III R. $100 00.
No. 5. TnirrriNii gentlemen's con
test, best 2 In .'!, horses to be driven by
nwuers. $30 00.
No. C Runni.no free for all, one
half mile dash. $50.00.
No. 7. Runninu free for all, ono
quarter mile dash. $.V).00
No- 8. Consolation Purse for
defeated horses, elegaut driving whip,
No horse with record Tinder 3 min
utes will lie allowed to start in No. 1
and 6. Races will be called each day
promptly at two o'clock p.m.
In trotting races 1 to fill and two
to start. In running races 3 to fill and
'2 to start Entrance fee 10 per cent,
except in Cousolstaion Purse.
Purses will be divided as follows:
First horse, 70 percent., second
horse, 30 percent., except In pony race.
When winning pony takes full purse.
TicKew or Admission, la cents.
Babe Ball on july 10th. .
Tbe Association offer a purse of $75
to any club in the state, no member of
which shal) be over 17 years of age,
that will defeat the "Sweet Six teeus,"
of Sallna. They also offer a purse of
$50 for any club that can be picked up
In Saline county.
Tickets of admission to ball ground
The Normal Institute.
The Normal Institute will be or
ganized on Monday, July 0. We
shall be pleased to see a large attend
ance of the friends of education.
Opening address at 11:30 a.m. by tbe
We understand that our townsman
Mr. George Hough, having completed
his term's work at Fort Scott, will re
turn to Salina to spend bis holidays.
It is bis Intention to give instruction
in Penmanship during the Institute,
and Judging from specimens submit
ted to us, we conclude he will be able
to organize a very larga class. Mr.
Hough has been re-engaged as Profes
sor of Penmanship at Fort Scott for
the ensuing terra.
There were 155 candidates for cer
tificates at tbe spring examinations.
Of this number 77 received certlfr-
cates. Tne spring examinations, as a
whole, were npt aatisf&tory. Tbe
poorest work was done in tbe"Theory
and Art" of teaching, and in arithme
tic. The answers in tbe former show
an ignorance of methods that ought
not to be allowed among teachers. In
making onta program, many pro
vided for but one or two recitations a
day by tbe first grade. Others made
allowance for grammar in bnt one
grade; others again had four classes In
writing, coming at different ffmrtptnd
many other nbvioea errors. Of one
thlBglamconvined, as long as tbe
preeept lax system of examinations
itpop niethods-of instruction prevails,
jre shall get poor results from begin
nere. Superintendents are realizing
this and we are paying more atten
tion tn this Important subject. I be
lieve that In the near future tbe ex
amination ia Aet and trAaf to teach
will coaut just as much in the average
of teacher's qualification as ha
Dr. Collins makes a specialty of of
flee treatment for chronic diseases.
His office is In tbe Opera Houso Block
front rooms upstairs.
Come one come all, both great and
small, to Oak Dale Park on tbe
Fourth of July.
Everything under the sun and on the
earth, can be bought at Cheap John's.
People's own prices. Be sure to call
on him fdr auytbingyou need.
The Fourth Is to be a gala day In
Sallna. Good speakers, good music,
a fine marshal, grand parade, and
everything In Up top order.
Cheap John has received fine goods
of all descriptions. Go and see for
yourself that be will sell cheaper
than any house in SallHa.
Let all who possibly can, come to
Sallna the Fourth, and hear our splen
did programme, and see the grand
display of fire works at night, by the
Tbe Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union will give a grand enter
talment In Oak Dale Park, July 4.
Tbe public are Invited to attend.
Bring your baskets. There will be
however refreshments on tbe grounds.
20-tf By order Secretary.
A meeting of the Salina Woman's
Suffrage Association will be held on
Monday, July 61b, at 8 P. M.,at the
residence of Mrs. Alice E Bond, corner
of Iron Avenue and 9th Street. Ev
erybody cordially Invited.
We are closiug out our clothing.
We give per 20 cent, off of our regular
price. Call and get Bargains.
Litowich & Wolsieffer.
I have received a large lot of bank
rupt goods of all descriptions. Call
In and learn 1113' low prices ; it will
do you good. CHEAr- John.
Great bargains In clothing.
Litowich fc Wolsieffer.
ForSale On good terms: A house
with two or more lots in Morrison's
addition. Apply to
23St M. II. Poolf.
You can buy clothing from ua
cheaper than you ever heard of before.
Litowich A Wolsieffer
We have the best Hue oflaundried
and unlaundried shirts in white and
colore In tbe city.
New embroideries just received, at
very low prices.
Litowich & Wolsieffer.
Wry cheap arc the suits at Sol berg's.
Champagne Cider, Crab Apple Cider
and sweet Apple Cider at Hogben's.
Organs and Pianos for sale at C.
Festooning and Lanterns for lawn
parties at Hogben's.
Head Quarters for Fireworks, Flsgs,
Lanterns and Festooning for Fourth
of July decorations at Hogben's.
Dry wood wanted at the Mattress
Save your rags and take them to the
If you want a star-spangled-banner-Fourth-of-JuIy
suit of clothes call on
Solberg, the tailor.
Remember we have a very nice as
sortment of ladles' shoes in all grades,
and a special lot of Misses' In high
cut buttons, also children's In large
variety, with and without heels.
Campbell & Tutiull.
Money to loan on Real Estate at tbe
lowest rates. No waiting, money al
ways on hand, at Rad cliff & Martins.
Go to J. E. Gebbart's new coal yard,
first door north of Underwood &. Co.'s
grain offlce for the celebrated Rock
Spring, Wyoming Coal.
If you want a trunk come and see
how much money you can save by
buying of us.
Campbell & Tutiull.
You are sure to have, good bread If
yon use National Yeast, tbe "Nation
al" is the old reliable brand. Ask
your grocer for It,
Solberg, the tailor, is selling very
cheap lower than any other house.
If yon want the best and cheapest
sqlt In town call oq him.
J. E. Gebhart has removed his coal
and wood yard to the first door north
of C. R. Underwood's grain office,
where yon will always find tbe best
quality of Coal, Wood and Feed.
Radcllff Martin have $75,000 to
loan on chattels. Call and see them.
We aim tokeep our stock of dry goods
and notions well assorted and always
hold ourselves in readiness to take
bargains when offered. Hence you
will find onr bouse selling goods as
low as the lowest and In many things
much lower. We offer yon zephyr
ginghams at tbe price paid for them
by our competitors. Why be troubled
about poor butter when yon can buy
the best from tu at all times.
Cawell 4 Tothixl.
The City Carriage & Wagon works
of Sallna, has received a large lot of
stock for the different departments.
It has enlarged its shop in order to
be better able to accommodate Its pa
trons. Noue but first-class mechanics
are employed, and first-class material
is used. All kinds of carriages and
wagons are made to order. Ueneral
repairing will have prompt attention
on short notice. Also carriage, sign
and ornamental painting a specialty.
Good work and reasonable prices to
all who see fit to give us a call.
23 It S. Pearson.
Repairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry a
STRONG LUMBER Com'y
KrrpritaBllr un bil a lr-tirMr of
Lath, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Shingles, Etc, Etc.
Orna MOTTO-Llve asui Xret Iilrc.'
Yard on Iron avenue, .
SVXjTT, t- f t
Cole & Co., of Granite, Col., are
freighters, having 40 head of mules
to transport freight from granite to
Aspen. They solicit consignments.
They have a mercantile house at As
pen, established since July last. They
have transported over 1,000,000 pounds
or freight They handle all kinds of
produce, and have freighting facili
ties possessed by no other house in
that country. All goods must be ad
dressed lo Cole & Co., Granite, CoL,
Refer by permission to R. L. McCon
Bucklen's Arnica Salre.
The Bert Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price Sicts. per
box. For Sale by Oscar Seltz.
When you visit or leave New York
City, save Baggage Expressage and
Carriage Hire and stop at the Grand
union uotei, opposite urand central
Depot. Elegant rooms fitted up at a
cost of one million dollars, reduced to
$1.00 and upwards per day, European
plan. Elevator. Restaurant sup
piled with the best. Horse cars
stages and elevated railroad to all tie
pots. Families can live better for leas
money at the Grand Union Hotel
than at any other first-class hotel in
the city. 40-lyr.
At this season of the year tbe Blood
becomes sluggish and Is surcharged
with poison. It is in a dangerous
condition and leads to many diseases
which are serious and dangerous but
can easily be averted by tbe use of
Bkoq's Blood Purifier and Blood
Maker. It separates and discharges
all poison from the Blood; cures
Dyspepsia. Sick Headache and all
Blood disorders. Free sample bottles
at Oscar Sellz's drug store.
The Oldest Jewelry House
IN CENTEAL KANSAS.
The attention of the citiitens of Sallna and our many wlrns Iu the vU
dully Is respectfully Invited to our Complct e Stock of
leafed kmlm I
Our Goods are the Latest in Style and Superior
Remember the Old Stand of
S A.TJT1T.A., KITS-A:
Curs Tor Piles.
Piles are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins,
and lower part of the abdomen, caus
ing the patient to suppose he bos
some affection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symp
toms of iudlgestlon are present, as
flatulency, uneasiness of the stmuach,
etc. A muixture like perspiration
producing a very disagreeable itching
after getting warm, is a very com
mon attendant. Blind, Bleeding aud
Itching Piles yield at ouce to the
application of Dr. Bonankos Pile
Remedy, which acts directly upon
the parts afiVcted, absorbing tbe
Tumors, allaying the intense Itching,
and affecting a permanent cure.
Price SOcts. Address, The Dr. Bo
sanko Medicine Co., PIqua, Ohio.
old by Oscar ttettz.
Piles are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight In the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing
the patient to suppose be has some af
fecllon of the kidney or neighbor
organs. At times, symptom of Indl
gestions are present, as flatulency, un
easiness of the stomach, etc, A
moisture, like perspiration, producing
a very disagreeable Itching, partlcu
larly after getting warm in bed. Is a
very common attendant. Internal,
External and Itching Piles yield at
once to tbe application ofDr.Bonaiiko's
Pile Remedy, which acts directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumor, allaying the intense Itching,
and effecting a permanent cure where
all other remedies have failed. Do
not delay until the drain on the sys
tem produces dlsabllity.but try It and
be cured. Price 60 cents. Ask your
druggist for It, and when you cannot
obtain It of him, we will send it, pre-
paiu, on receipt or price. Address
TbeDr-Bosanko Medicine Co., Plqr.e
Ohio. Sold by Oscar SelU.
CITY CARRIAGE &W AGON WORKT,
We manufacture all kinds of Carriages and
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed.
S. PEARSON, Proprietor.
Cox-. Snutn 0Bo Arc.
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THOROUGH BRED POLAND CHINAS,
4 Miles South of Salina,
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ALEX. BERG, Salina, Kansas.
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0r. Jos.Haas' Hog & Poultry Remcdv.
WHAT THE REMEDY WILL DO.
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WHAT THE REMEDY HAS DONE.
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We are prepared to
close all Real Estate
Loans immediately and
are offering many in
ducements that others
FIRST If desired by
the borrower we accept
SECOND Annual or
THIRD Pay your
money the day the pa
pers are signed,
FOURTH We will
duplicate terms and
rates offered by the
iblo, our amounts liber
al, our terms the heit
YORK, RITCHIE & CO
knl ear benl ta IK. Ml miHcaaol raiMm. but to bf frw.pl
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The lew Drug
We have opened in the building north of Lit
owich & Wolsiefer's, a complete line of
(B&i&tiaiierjr and Toilet Articles..
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