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FitziatrM & Going,
We arc prepared to Loan Moaey
in large or small amounts oh
the following security:
Chattel and Personal,
Second Mortgage Real Estate,
Town Property Residence or
First Mortgage Real Estate.
We Loan on any of the above
class of security except chattel for
six months, one year, three years,
five years or six years. We be
lieve that we can give you better
terms than any other loan com
pany or firm in Saline County.
We own a complete set of Ab
stract Books of Saline Count'
property, and can show you just
what 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
Wc have unsurpassed facilities
for insuring property against FIRE
Lightning. Tornadoes and
If you cannot pay for your pol
icy now, 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 you engage in any hazardous
occupation do not delay taking a
policy with us in the old "Fidelity
If you want farm, a a took raneb,
or If you want to Invest in 8allna
iiroperty. (In not fail to call on us.
HememlxT Hallna la the largest eltr
between Tnpeka and Denver, tbat she
ha four railroad and about 6.000 in
habitants. Freight la aa cheap from
Ht. I xm l to Halina as it in from Kaa
ita City to other point" In central or
western Kansas. Examine the par
tlal list of property below. We will
charge you nothing for showing land.
A Rood bnte and lot for f WOO.
A fuodbnnteolila room, two lots. 11690.
A ceod lot on Iron irenna weit, (MS.
A Hue S room hente.gwxl lot, water jdpet, elt.
tera. deelreMe tocalten, tor a few daft only.
Here U a bargain ' A new seven room hoase,
modern at ylr, hot and eaU water bath room, tMe
walk. 6 Mocki from 1" u, a rro of architecture.
t9, only fisne dewa. Plans la osr office and
bonee nearly nelebed.
KeaUenceen Berth Seventh street, tbree lets on
cornet, beate of Brf rooBH and rloteu. flood
htrn.smaN fittH.a rjeataat borne Price fstioo
A rood let en eottta fvnta Fa arcane, price,
A'cood lot on Walsat atreet, WilH feet. Price
An excellent rrtMonee let on soalh Filth ttreet.
70 r.l) Prlee HM
A (tool math Bnta Fa lot far $198,
A lae let fronting YYaateysa University earn,
Twa6aeleta on aenth I9'hth atrtet, corner.
lit reet. Price, tle.
Santa Fe avenue 2 etory f raraa beast 8 roorat
table buny ebed eoal hoiue and ether buBdlep
frail and ahade tree and a apleBala well.
Elm ttreet, J story frame beuaa with ID rooms,
rente fer K per month. Lot Wilis. Price nt0
fiwsdowa balance on time.
Santa Fa anemic lot tJBxlSO f story frame boaae
S roomt fine ahade tree and feaeed. Thlt la a
bartaln Price lion (6A0 eaah balance on time.
Rgblb atreet. A Use 3 ttery brick house, alto
a t atarr frame botue on back part ol let feeing on
Math afreet Lot l380 feaeed tine lot of tfcede
and fiait tree h good etilern. Price Hew, I1JM)
raah balance on time to aa It barer.
If yoa want leeo seres of land or est acre, Ifyou
want wild land or city property glre nt a call.
We pa j taxea fer non-rraHenU, we lareat money
fer eutera nlra. We hare the beat act or
abetraet booaa In aMne eonntr. We ahow eon
land and charge too nothing for It whether tou
r or net. lu not fall to call oa Flttpatriek. A
Unlag. IhMtatnee Mock, BaHaa, Kaaaaa.
tu.u.k a.u trAK-.. w
rcier jea is anj duk in Banna.
IAS 3-16 arret ef tptendld upland, 6 Billet north
of bnt, J aeret In colli rallen, WO rodt of hedge
lenee FraH and ahade treea. Stone haaea Is x
SI. MaMeWiJrt. (Iraaary.coalahed.benhenae
and hog pro. Land It watered br neter falMng
tprlnge, eoBTeotent to arbool botue. Thlt la a
rood place fnr farming or grailng perpoaea. Price
tlXSe per acre Thlt It on ef the beat bargtiaa
la Hallne coualj.
ISO acre, ei Sue bottem land fear rdlea from
raHroad etaUoa aboat ten ml let tosth cf SaHaa.
IIP acret la euHlraUon M acres patture hedge
aleag three aUet of place 11 ttorr frame honee 2t
Z2I etatUe ilia graaary ImplemeBt thed and oat
bilMlnn. I acret encleeed far hog paatare.
WeH andtprtng 3 acre In orchard. Price fteou.
MS acret ef tptcndM screed bottom I ml let north
went of .SaHaa. Krerr foot or lend ran bo estti
eated eiceHeat bar land no ImpruTemenU.
Price Sotad. Ifsao rath balance on Urns.
180 acm of good npltnd l mlka from R Rata
tlea H mHes eeath of 8aHna frame hoate 3 rooma
and reHar rood well fraK and thade trees 100
arm In ruHltatioa SO acret In wheat frame
table chicken heme aad eatbttlldlngs. Price
tSYU. IKmo rath balance an Ume.
IAS arret of accond bottom land la Saline conn-
tr not fir from R K hedge fence amend tatlre
place 3 ttorr frame hoate l(x22 liable aad rnatrr
adlolnlBg lttio HTlag water an place. KM aeret
In ealtlratton sa acres In giowlng wheat fralt
treea one htr land. Price iwss If aold before
April 10. Alter thai date 118 per acre.
18B aeret of bottom land 3 mfles aeetheaet of
8aHaa aboat 86 aerra In cutU ration Bmokjr rirer
ran throagh place lae ttone qntrrr en bank U
rtrer doet em IsterFcre with eeHfraUeo ef the
land a rood tepplr ef Umber a good stock place.
H acres of rxrerlrnl nplasd S taHea Borthwett
fruHna. Prtrettssa. Heath haUaea oa time.
3M aeret ef bottom land Irinf is SiHne rtrer
bttm In Ltneatn eeantT near raHroad 30 aeraa
la timber, land entlrHr tarroaaded by fence
which Is hog Huh! IV aeret la eoHlratlon beat
of SroomtandeeMarbarnlextt corn enb tiH
new foor ten KaUbaaks aaalea nteatr of stock
water 1 weHt H taHe to good rail toad ttailoa.
Price tleaee. One-half eaah. balance oa Ume.
IS seres ef Cne andaktlag land e mHes eestb
at of SaHaa 1U ttery frame hoaee IUM and
cddWea 1 ttl graaarr IUU SS aeret In enHlra
lion son bearing apple treea a great tanetr
frat treea aso marJe treea t weds and a eutera
good meadow land. Price tsaM. nWbcaih, t.
lm seres ef smooth UMabls Bptaad 3 nrtlct
smrthweet of SaMna SO aerrs In earllratlea 1
atarr ttone and frame hoste Irame part Mtl
atone ndderion Wist atone ban ItetS. Price
SafM, ea eajr permeate.
Ste aeret IS mAea aerthweti af SaHna 1 sun
atone boaae Wat wtth frame addeUaa 1UH.
gtaaarr txS0 work shea atone stable lis acres la
ramraHea fas srehard. Prkw USB, la eatj
arret t tptradU Uad (SatHes asaHtetat Sf
SaHat aad 3 ntMes la Amaria a good rallrasd
atattea at ot.r an tahaMtants M seres la caHlta
Kaa. Price ttSIS, easy terms.
SS sens of aararpaaaed bottom bad 1 mUr
vett ef SaHaa. AH aader eaWratten catlrslf
eaeieeedjbt hedge fence Bne orchard oa tdar.
Price X Kwo.
tea aeret ef rcrettret boUeet aboat 8 mfiet
went af etetaa ) aallea to R H staUsa sad a food
market I) awlet la tahB rasa leg water se acres
la raMlratiea. sa aeret of paatare fenced 390u
trah trees fraate hones auhte and graaart.
Price sves, la parneata.
W arret ef battam land neub a i..uir.
rwa aeaaeaaes bearing mat trees hedge
t eaeiaaei aiaee 3 milea aoathweai bllo.
" "" at ocanag anta; trees
Thtaboaethe taeet fanatlatheeoaatj Price
las aeret ef tea second betleat, 61 mHes east ol
KahaaSmHet rrota New Cambria, a good rait
read UwaHiaBetemoiT titer aadaeaemHl
H aatte to teaoat-aoeae eae sterr frame botue
rood subtes aad granaries wtadaMi aad Uni
sa8 freU treea 7 aeret bt MMtttMa s sertala
Insure rears aroand plte. Price aeoea a ean
Its aerea ef aeUed aerea mHes Bail heart ef
SaHaa aboat 3 aaHea from New Gambia a rood
market ea the lIMea Paette rrtreed. Aw
St eerea of boitme tod a nU. .ik .
2fJ" w4 . traaso wara er. eomu
dWaata eeHlrated TS seres la paMaara. raatee
ererToaarUrsaleadM bar land aad a
asHccth ? J
t. a. rrrrraTuex.
THUBBOAYvSKPT 30, 1SS8.
am a eaadUela tor tee eSet eCfrebtt Jo Jee
aanjest to the aeatlearer lie KpabMeSi
aaty Cosraltoa. W. JI. BWiiOP.?
veatton of HaHne county, Jor tneeaeeorPre
btWndee. JACOB DKWITT.
TP Hereby aasotiBcs myself a eaadUtU for
JL PrebsUJaase, ntyeeilolbedrelaDa of the
nmwan uoaatr txmeniloB.
C X. L1MKIK.
R hereby inroaict tkat I an a candidate for tit
See of Prsbatc jBdfe.sabjecs 10 tfce action of
the RetmMkaa Cenalr Cniniin
F. A SMITH
Ikettbe aanovace teat lams caalaiaK for Pro
bite Judge, enbjcct to the deck ia of the Re
publican Ceaaty TaveatisnV.TCTXTLOK.
1 hereby aaasusee myself a eaaittdaar fer Pro
bate Jedre. libltd to Ike decafe of the K
pnbticaaCo. Coaptation. O. W FERRILL.
Cole's circus next Monday.
The Jewbh New Year to-day.
A fine boy born to X. H. Looruis,
Mr. E. B. Vyilsonranulaay. jireat
Eureka Bpringai . ' ,; "
Everybody going to the Emporia
reunion next week.
Mrs 8. Q. Parker Is in Topeka for a
several week's visit. ' '
Mr. H. 8. 8bafer is seeking relief for
his Ills at Eureka Springs.
A gentle fail of rain last Friday at
least allayed the dust terrors.
Frank Hamilton has taken a posi
tion in the Pint National Bank.
Numerous strangers are in the city,
looking up residence lots, nail Invest
W.K. Peck, special ligent Yor W.
W. Cole's circus, was In town yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hitler went to
LaCrosse, Tuesday, for a few days
.a, . - S I
Senator Plumb was In town 'Mon
day, on his way to the Clay Center
A number of new roofs are seen In
the Harsh Ac'ditlon new within a
week or so.
Mr. Win. Deltz Is making arrange
ments to build a cottage in the WIN
The trenches for the gas mains on
Hauta be have been cumpleted to
Kev. Maxwell Phillips will conduct
the services of the Y. M. C. A. next
Mrs. F. P. Read, or Leadvllle, Col.,
Is visiting her slater Mrs. Brown and
nelce Mrs. Dr. Btowe.
Mr. Jos. Crowther 'Is completing
quite a commodious residence on his
property north of town.
Mrs. Dr.Jeuuey is vivitlng at the
Doctor's old home in Ohio. Hhe will
be absent several months.
V. & M. D. Berg have tilled up
their new building with furniture.and
still could occupy more room.
Mr. F. F. Jo-lin la canyasdng for
Wilder's Annals a book that should
be lu the hands of every Kansan.
Mr. John H. Smith, after an ab
sence of 10 mouths in Ohio, Illinois
and Iowa, has returned to Sallna.
The Democrats held their primary
elections yesterday. Their county
convention is to be held Saturday.
Mr. Randolph, an attorney of
Peoria, Illinois, is visiting his broth
er Herbert and CoL Palmer's family.
Mr. Robert Graf has purchased the
well-known Robert Anderson farm on
the high land east of town, for $4,000.
Mrs. Clarkson has let the contract
for the construction ol her new resi
dence to Mr. C. Q. Wilmarth, for
Mr. 8. Pearson has built a 2-story
brick bulldlng.fronting on Ah street,
to be used as a warehouse for his car
Regular Thursday night prayer
meetings at the Y. M. C. A., rooms
will be held hereafter, commencing
Miss Ida Pierce started for Huron,
Dakota, last Monday. She has a
year's engagement in the law office of
L. H. Hole, Esq.
W. A. Matson. lr.. left lest Satur
day for Sallna, where he will take In
one year as a student in the Univer
sity. ScolUviUe Independent.
Elmer G. Waldron left the first or
the week for Lawrence, to enter upon
a course of study in the law depart
in;nt of the 8tate University.
Mr. J. A. Wrong takes the Kansas
City agency for the Missouri Pacific,
and la succeeded by Mr. Geo. H.
Bower late of Junction City.
Mr. E Rothschild has returned from
a prolonged visit east Mrs. Rothschild
who accompanied him on lib trip
will not retnrn for several weeks yet.
The .Fr-ee Preu, a Democratic cam
paign paper published by J Wl. A
J. T. Wells made its first appearance
this morning. It is a very nice look
Mies Dilier, sister of Mrs. T. F
Garver.and Mrs. Mlley Miss Diller'd
friend both of Chambersburg, Pa.,
are expected to arrive to morrow for a
Messrs. Farley ACremer have trans
ferring their goods to the new location
In the Walton buIIdlngtaafThey have
opened up with a fine display of goods
and In elegant quarters!
We hear it rumored bv railroad
men that the extension of the M
sourl for thirty miles west of Ballna .
will bexpen for business In a tew;
days, -me trains will men run iraru
Council G rove clear th rough. t
Our readers will remember thestock
sale of Mr. Robert Came to take place
at his farm northwest of Sallna, Octo
ber 13th. Those who want to make'
money easy should at(en31iTs sale."
Last Mondav a Utile, fremn addition
to.the Gardiner bakery Wsght )&,
an'd was the occasion of' censideralvle
alarm. The prompt application of a
bucket of water quenched the fire at
Mrs. Taylor Miller arrived from
Swedea last Tuesday) after an ab
sence of several mouths. She was
present at a family reunion three
hkters being present at their old home
Messrs. Rotbsealld Bros, have pur
chased of Mr. B, F. Jenkins the pro
perty now used for Bartlett A Jenkins1
butcher shop, paying therefore (4,300.
The new owners design patting up a
store balldiHg oa that lot In the near
The Knights of Pythias expect next
year to build a flue temple on their
comer. lr the State temple is located
here, it will be a balWlag which will
coat ia the neighborhood of $40,000.
If it la simply the temple of the local
order, it will be Tally as fine If not
finer than aHV bulldlne-' In In am.
The Be jUmBjefa to oiw fcaynur.
- .? iifr ffdT
Mrs. F. H. Boslt, Mrs. Anne Pro -
bert and Miss Allla Wboster give &
reetpuoB rtna progressive eocnre
party this evening. AbrtetxiJbf O ) He-
jlecier, Sept. 21.
Tota Moonlight, Democratic candi
date for Governor, and J. G. Lowe,
Democratic candidate for Congress
man lu (hta District, speak at the
Opera House to-night.
Mrs. Laurs M. Johns, Mrs. Dors B.
Evans and Mr. M. E. Griffith at
tended the W. C. T. D. convention
of the Fifth Congressional district
held in Concordia last week.
The following items aire taken from
the Hope Herald :
Albert Tonkin left a few days since
to atUnd school at Balina Albert Is
a very studious and luilustriouiyouug
man anil pno! tusking miuieiuitig
TheJohu A. Anderson meeting at
New Cambria last week was a slim
attair. Fourteeu people were present
three of them being ladies and ten
of them Democrats. 'As to how the
one Republican stood, afliant saitb
Secretary 81ms, of the state board
of agriculture, has received a collec
tion ofcoro from BaJlne county which
is Indeed very fine in appearance. It
Is composed ofeeversi ears of the two
Dent varieties and some of the Bloody
Butcher variety. Topeka Common-
The dty council met Tuesday night
and received the report of the ap
praisers of property for guttering and
curbing purposes. The council order
ed a special meeting for Tuesday .Oct
fllb, at which time alt complaints
will be heard.
We wish to correct the statement
In our last Issue that Mr. R. Graf after
selling his residence Intended to go to
Llndaborg tn live. Mr. Graf says
that he Intends to live and die In Ba
llna, and to scrape old and new ac
The grand standard belonging to
the Masonic Grand Commandery of
Kansas was received by the Ma
sons here yesterday. It is to be
used at the session of the Grand Com
mandery to bejield In May next It
la an elegant piece of furniture.
Last Sunday closed the first year's
work of W. S. Priest for the Christian
church.. In that time thirty-eight
new members have been added to the
congregation; $1350 raised for local
work, and $250 for missions. The
church begins the new year free from
A surprise was given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gradwohl, Mon
day night, in honor of their guest
Mm. Wise, of Harrisonburg, Ya. An
elegant supper was served to a large
company of people, who spent the
evening very pleasautlyi The Hallna
orchestra was present.
Bishop E. B. Kephart D. D., of
Toledo, Iowa, will lecture lu the
United Brethren church at Nasby,
Saline oouuty, October 12, at 7:30 p.
at., under the auspices of the church
Reliet society, an organization con
trolled by the ladies of the congrega
tion. Messrs. John Young and F. H.
Picbttll drove their delivery wagons
to Junction City, aud plied a lively
trade in hauling passengers to and
from camp Sheridan during the mi
litia encampment Mr. Young pro
poses to go to the Emporia eucanip
ment.next week, and engage in the
Messrs F. R. Shaw and W. R. Gels
attended Dr. Hearlcs' sale of Jerseys
at Solomon City, on last Thursday,
where they purchased ten head of
grade Jersey cows and heifers fine
milkers aud very gentle, which they
offer for sole reasonable. If you
-want a good cow, call on either of
Mr. W. D. RadclitT returned from
bis trip to England last Monday.
He was on English soil about one
reek. He recommends English
grass, trees, cattle and horses, but
nothing else. He enjoyed his ocean
voyage very much. Among his fel
low travelers at sea were Henry Ir
ving and Ellen Terry.
A "commanding view" Is permitted
the man venturesome enough to
mount to the top of .the Odd Fellows'
Building. It Is a sort of Mont Blanc
climb, however, li. O. Wight and G.
F. Supple made a pafe journey the
other day, and Supple says they had
a "fine view ofMcPhersou, Abilene
and other small villages.
The track of the Kansas & Colorado
road Is now finished to within seven
or eight tulles of the west line of Rice
county. A passenger car has been
taking travelers through to the end ot
the track, but there Is now some talk
of discontinuing its run farther Uiau
Marquette, owing to its Interference
with the work of construction.
The county comtnumioueni were in
session Tuesday, and canvassed the
vote for the railroad election to take
place In Falun township, October
30lh. They found enough signers to
justify an order fur the election, and
made the order accordingly. The
proclamation for the salne appears In
this issue; also the sheriffs proclama
tion for the general election.
Judge N. F. Carroll tciU not be a
candidate for probate judge L,on tthe
Democratic ticket, as has been "al
leged." Hnsays, however, that he
will bean applicant for the post
office, to succeed our worthy post
master rampbell, whose term expires
in January. The Judge says he is an
ominariaily brave man, but he luun't
the courage to try to oust Campbell.
filr. James L. Wilson, representing
Craver, Steele &. Austin, manufactur
ers of Harvesting Machinery, Ac, at
Grinnull, Iowa, designs lemoylng his
family to Ballna, and making his
home here. Mr. Wilson Is a stalwart
Republican, and was quite prominent
In public matters some years ago In
Cumberland County, N. Y-, having
filled, the offices of County Clerk and
Sheriff In that County.
James McMIcken, who is confined
in our jail upon the charge of mur
dering Ellsha Rob bins, la anything
but the peaceable citlren he was rep
resented to be In some of the dis
patches. He Is reported guilty of
being the murderer of two other
parties, guilty of horse stealing In
facta desperado of the worst kind.
He wears "Iron" jewelry" in our Jail,
and we guess it la safest that be
A "campaign band" composed of
7, pieces (no dramaj-rba been ergan
lsedt'Theaarbrs:4.&re as fellaws!
deorge Yun'g'fleleh, leader; Welter
Goodwin, 1st B. flat; Lee Bawln E.
fiat clarinet ; Joe Phillips, alto ; Hen
ry Putnam, tenor; Joe Pendleton,
trombone;. C. B, Klrtland, tuba.
They will furnish muaio for 'all politi
cal parties who py them. Their first
pabllo appearance will be at the
Moonlight BaeeUsg to-aigbt
J Hr.StaflteBtxirg's dsugbten, Mrs
Ward and Mrs. Andersen, who have
been visiting their parents here for
Hometlme, left for their horse in New
York ibis rarrulrg Another sister,
Mrs. K.T. Watson, of rialias, Kaus.,
accompanied them. Kenealk (O.)fit-
feeter, SepL tl.
Doctor Cattle wi-t with quite a se
vere aoeide&t last (Saturday afternoon.
He aceidently thrust a needle into bis
knee Joint, and la trying to remove It
the point was broken off. Dr. Ber
nuist, with the assistance of Eben
Carlson, tried to find the piece but
were unable to du so Dr. Curtis
then went to Hallna, bat the surgeons
nt that place were equally unsuccese
Mr. Wra. Yeaton, of Concord, K.
H.. and Mr. Joslah Carpenter, of
Manchester. N. H.. were guests of
Judge Presontt (their old schoolmate)
last week. Mr. Carpenter is cashier
of one bank and Vice-President of
another. Mr. Yeaton purchased the
bonds voted to the Missouri Pacific
all along their new route In this sec
tion. Geo. H. Bower, for a number of
years agent of the Missouri Pacific at
this point, has been assigned to duty
at Hallna, and left for there Wednes
day. George is a straight Republican
and we here say a good word and reo-
ommena mm to ilro. earn peon, of me
Journal, who will find him to be
square in all particulars. Mrs. Bower
will remain In Junction City for a
couple ef mouths. Junction City Re
publican. The Fourth Regimental Band (the
Cadets of Ballna) received theBecond
prize at the baud contest during the
encampment of the Kansas militia at
T? T? I loir rPliaTnnotra frmltnl . I
The Sallna band nlaved well 'd
did themselves undoubted credit, but
the Kreater experience of the Law
rence men gave them the lead, and
the first prize of $100 was awarded to
Lawrence, while the Ballna band was
allowed to carry off the second, $75.
Mrs. Mary Huuter, of Wamego.
who bad been traveling In a wagon
out west with her husband for her
health which was In a most delicate
condition, died at the home of J. E.
Woodward, 8r, last Saturday. Being
overtaken on the road by the rain,
they asked for shelter at Mr. Wood
ward's, which was given them, and
the lady died within a few hours.
She was burled lu Gypsum Hill ceme
tery on Sunday.
The soldier boys have returned
from their Ft. Riley encampment
no doubt surfeited witlt "tenting on
the old camp ground." We do not
know how many of the tioys were in
the guard house for "running the
guard" and stealing chickens, but
take it tor granted there were none,
as they are all back and perambulat
ing our streets with true soldierly
Conrad Fuchs, the machinist, died
last Sunday of lung complaint, at the
age of 55 years. He was a soldier in
an Illinois regiment His funeral oc
cured Monday, some of the soldiers,
and some of the W. R. C. being pres
ent. Remarks at the grave were
made by John Foster, Esq., in com
pliance with the request of the de
ceased. Mr. P. N. Solberg, a leading fanner
of 8raolan township, Inst heavily by
fire last Thursday morning. His
barn was destroyed, and with it 18
tons of broom corn, 8 head of fine
horses, all his wheat, oats, etc. His
loss amounts to at Ieasr (4,000, his
property being only partially insured.
A young man sleeping in the barn
was quite badly burued. He was
brought to Sallna for medical help.
C. C. Pratt, of Lincoln Center, the
patentee of a new bridge, is seeking a
location for a manufacture of bis
bridges. He expects to receive prop
ositions from Topeka, Lincoln Cen
ter and Sallna. He expects to manu
facture bridges of ail kinds, Includ
ing railroad, truss, suspension and
low water. He expects to be in Sall
na shortly, to .talk with our business
people. He bt having some bridges
manufactured at Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. Harrington Informs ua that the
iron for the street car line Is on the
way and must arrive in a few days.
The mills have for the past few
months been taxed to their utmost
to supply the demand for iron of this
kind, and hence the delay In the con
struction of the track here. The ties
are on hand and as soon as the Iron
gets here the track will be laid at
once, as all the arrangements have
Miss Louise Raymond, an artist of
some celebrity, has opened a studio
at the residence of her relative. Miss
E. D. Collins. The following item
appeared In the Toledo (O.) Blade or
Miss Louise Raymond, who la well
and favorably known as an artist in
Toledo, where her pictures have been
greatly admired, has lately epened a
studio in Sallna, Kans., where she in
tends to continue her artistic work.
Miss Raymond's friends unite In wish
ing her deserved success.
The enrollment of pupils at the
Kansas Wesleyan University has
reached 75, and additions are being
made dally. The trustees have se
lected Samuel Shier, late of Belolt, as
the janitor of the building. They
have also decided to raise by subscrip
tion sufficient funds to complete the
basement story entire, the rooms of
which are to be used for a laboratory,
museum, etc At the same Ume funds
r?lll be raised for the purchase of a
bell, the necessary school furniture,
etc. They estimate the amount
necessary to be raised at $2,500.
October 17th has been fixed upon as
the day fer tbededlcalory exercises of
The Sallna Literary Society enters
upon another rail and winter cam
palgn, and proposes to give the peo
ple of Sallna its usual weekly literary
feast The literary society as a rule
Is a tender plant, which the first frost
invariably kills. Not so ours. It Is a
living, flourishing Institution, gather
ing strength and Influence each re
curring season, and doing its noble
work in leading the people to think
and read of noble things. Below will
be (band the programme for Friday
evening, Oct. 1 :
Response to Boll Call GreeUags.
Opening Address Mrs. A. J. Car
Recitation Mrs. Dr. Brown.
Greek Philosophers C. B. Qumcy.
Hameroas Beading Mrs. Dr.
Essay Mrs. M. D. Teague.
OpUeaal J. A. Dty.
The music wilt be furnished by the
It Is desired tact the 'Friseo peti
tions be seat la to T. D. PltxpalrleeT
brMefidy,Oet.4. Let ail be teat Jjb.
The Board of Railroad Ceaamlsstea
era was In session Tuesday, to ess
aider the case of Gypsum city against
the Mo. Pacific Railway. The fol
lowing is taken from the Topeka
fbifiBumtoeaf'fA of yesterday :
The first matter to come up was
wnai is Known as me uypsum city
depot case. The people of Gypsum
City are asking the board to compel
the Missouri Pacific railroad com
pany to accord to that point practicable
The board has investigated the mat
ter and yesterday the following feeu
tlemen, representing Gyttuui City,
appeared before them to give further
information: J W. Anius, J. W.
Adams, Jonathan Tinkler. W. H.
Wheeled? and John H. Kingman.
The isJIroad company was nut repre
sented yesterday. In order to take
up another case, no decision was
reached in this matter yesterday, but
it was postponed until to-day.
Abilene people are working like
Trojans to encourage manufacturing
capital to settle down there. Sallna
must do the same, or her opportunity
to become that manufacturing center
which her location warrants, will
have passed by. Do not turn a deaf
ear to the manufacturer who comes
asking aid. He Is not compelled to
locate here. He can get bis aid
from other cities as easy. Location
dues not always weigh heavier than
gifts of money or land with the man
ufacturer : hence we must not rely,
like the dude, on the city a "shape."
Something else must go with it to
catch the capitalist, the soulless cor
poration," and seekers for places In
which to Invest. Let us then be up
and doing and secure our share of
that which; always brings money and
prosperity to a people
The following Items are taken from
the McPberson Republican :
The Smoky Is likely to tie Blocked
with carp. A gentleman from Rus
sell county, living on a tributary of
the Smoky says that hla jxiud broke
the dam and carried out into the
creek many thousand carp of all sizes,
some of them old enough to breed.
He thinks that they will do well in
Mr. J. W. Bean lives In a beautiful
home near the Smoky. HU house Is
nurrouuded with trees and shrubbery,
aud looks like an old homestead in
the eastern States. Fine plants adorn
liis lawn, among others a magnificent
Caladlum gmwlug in a natural stone
not having a capacity of about a half a
barrel, Itself aa much a curiosity as
the plant it contains. His bouse Is
tastefully built and looks home-like.
Mr Bean Is probably the only man
iu this county who raised any peaches
this year. A few trees sheltered by a
hedge were covered with snow aud
bore fruit The whole farm is an ex
ample of what industry, energy and
good Judgment will do in Kansas.
Married. At the rooms of the
bride's parents, on Wednesday, at 2
o'clock P. M., by Rev. W. S. Priest,
Mr. A. F. Harsh to Miss Lalla A.
Clark, all of Sallna.
The wedding was almost exclusively
private, only relatives being present
Miss Nettie Lanbam presided at the
piano, and while the stirring notes of
the wedding march filled the rooms
the bride aud groom entered, followed
by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Clark par
ents of the bride, and the party assum
ed their positions beneath a very
unique floral design, suspended from
the celling, of the form of a four-leaf
clover. The ceremony was of the ab
breviated Episcopal form aud very
Impressive, This concluded, and
while Miss Lanbam again furnished a
lively air at the piano, the warm con
gratulations and good wishes of the
guests were extended. The decora
tions of the rooms some of them for
the occasion and many of them per
manent were most luxurious and
attractive. The groupings of flowers
about a large mirror were especially
handsome and tasteful. Paintings
works from the skillful brush of the
bride herself were numerous In the
rooms, as also floral designs. The
groom was arrayed iu theconveuUoual
black suit The dress of the bride was
white Canton silk, en train, the gift
of her uncle, Lieutenant Commander
Book, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Tho bridal
veil was very elegant She was array
ed In orange blossoms aud wore dia
mond ear rings and pin the gift of
the groom. Mrs. Clark, mother of the
bride, was attired in black silk, with
train, ornamented with flowers. The
wedding party were driven to the
Pacific House, where an elaborate din
ner was served by Mrs. PosUewalt
Mr. and Mrs. Harsh left for Denver
and other Colorado points, on the
afternoon train expecting to be ab
sent several weeks.
The groom la one of Sallna's enter
prising and successful young business
men, who Is fully Identified with all
enterprises looking to the upbuilding
of Ballna and promoting lis Interests.
The bride Is a lady ot many accom
plishments, whose acquaintanceship
Is valued highly by a large circle of
friends in this community.
"Bat thou and thine thai! know no blight.
Whatever fate oa thee mar fall;
Forhtarea ia sunshine will reqnUc
The kind and thee the moat of all."
The presents were many and valua
ble. We append a partial list, as fol
Pair of bracelets, one art with diamonds, aad the
other with rubies, sapphires aad diamonds, br Mrs.
W. M. Clark.
Solitaire diamond ear rlagt aad pia, bjr the
Bridal drctt, by Lieut. Com. Book, of Breokli-a,
Drieieg hone, Ur W. U. dark.
Set haadome haad-painud China tea act. direct
from China, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Book, of New
Srt large aad small tDrer spoons, Mrs. T. .
Potter, Burllagtoa, la.
Silver castor, freu dish, water pitcher and batter
dish. Dr. Book, New York.
Diamond bracelets. Chat. Book aad wise. Brad
Klerant China tea set. Dr. VIonii.
SUrer frait.duh. J. R. Williaau and wife.
Pair of Urge pillows, Mrs. J. C Clark.
Faacy batter kalfc and tpooa, D. D Book.
Brooklyn N. Y.
Card receiver, B O. and Nettie Laahtm.
Haad-paiated plaque, Mrs. DaBr.
Pkkle castor, Ura. J. W. Combs.
Napkia riag aad beqnet bolder, WB1 aad Bert
ParbaatarUe stand. Mr. aad Mrs. J. S. Book.
Pia Cushion, Florence SkSlmaa.
Cost! f present to groom, Sam ol Harsh.
Pair of haad-eudc ladies crochet Tests, Mrs.
Steel plats eicmre. Gee. T HoB.
Steel slam picture, Altairaaad Minnie Hints.
Pounded brut picture. Lain Hirers.
Haadsoate tewcl, Mrs. Combs.
Marriage licemt, Jodge Weaver.
Bed spread, tidy aad towel, Mrs. Laaham.
Oa pautiag. Naaaie Harsh. Golden. Col
Handsome preseat to bride, Mr. Beeaoa.
Last Monday a special train of six
cars arrived from the west la Sallna,
containing very dleUngubbed party
of Union Pacific officials, who were
on a tour of obaervaUon and havlBg
in view at least one important matter
to Sallna, and that Is the considera
tion of the location of aa end af a rail
road division. The following gentle
men were among the visiters:
Charles Francis Adams, President of
the U. P. Railway ; Mr. Callaway,
First Vice President; S. T. Smith,
General Superintendent; Mr. Brink
eraotr, Division Superintendent ; J.
8. TibbetU, Assistant Geaeral Super
intendent; Mr. Kimball, Geaeral
Manager; Mr. Dickinson, Assistant
Sepcriatendeat ; Mr. Mearee, Geaer
al Freight Ageat; A. L. WU11bb,
attorney. Upon the arrival ef the
txHa the Mayer, Measr?. Ober, Efeef-
Ait mii -raVir". it'll ifft liMimflt?"
mii wTniafiMf T rl'i Ti
bardfrH. Baker, Karkkad, Gibbs
and other prominent citizens received
them, and Invited them to ride about
the city. Mr. Adams and some others
of the party accepted the Invitation
and they were driven to various
points of interests being seemingly
well pleased with their taunt T.e
matter of location of the end of tne
division was broached, and without
committing themselves speeially.tbey
asked that a diagram of the survey of
the grounds for shop purposes be for
warded to them, also the amount that
Ballna would be willing to vole tbeiu
iu consideration of the location. The
following items concerning this mat
ter will be read with Interest:
The Union Pacific round hou 1 1
Watuego is to be removed to Manhat
tan. t ommomeeaUt
Charles Francis Adams and other
Union Pacific offictals will meet at
Manhattan tlielast of the mouth, at
which Ume thequestlon of establish
ing at that city eugine houses, repair
shops, etc., will be settled. CbmiMeji
tecalth. Manhattan is fifteen miles west of
Watneen.atid this change in the loca
tion of the end of that division Is
fraught witii considerable possibilities
for Lincoln, aslu round numbers the
distance Is 100 miles from Manhattan
to this place, and the old rumor is
rife again about the end of this divis
ion being moved fiom Brookvllle
here. At this place the Union Paci
fic is now putting in one of the larg
est turn-tables on their linu of road
made of wrought steel. The railroad
buildings here are built as subslau
tially as any on their liue.of the sm
material, and there is every probabil
ity that witlt the extension of this
branch to Russell the division bhops
will be moved from Brookvllle to
Lincoln. Lincoln Center Beacon.
Gflffln On Anderson.
Anderson's men seem determined
to make up by misrepresentation
what they otherwise lack. The last
Saturday evening meeting at which
Albert Griffin spoke was no ex
ception. It was a smart speech, got
ten up to catch prohibition votes, anil
to beguile the unwary, for anyone
who will take the paius to Inform
liimseirhimwirwlll find that many of
his statements were collossal false
hoods. Griffin Is one of those incon
sistent fellows who berate the ex
trerue temperance element for not
working within the Republican party,
and who pretends to be so much con
cerned for his psity, af against pro
hibitionists who are for the third
party, yet he testis a bolt that has not
an lota of the merit or excuse that the
prohibition party movement com
mands. Grltliu was not at Concordia
nor wllhlu a thouiind miles of there
when the convention was held at that
place, which may account for some of
his misstatements. At his meeting be
made the positive assertion that
Cloud county expressly, and Wash
ington couuty by tacit understanding,
Instructed their delegates to vote for
Anderson for second choice. Both
these statements are unqualifiedly
uutrue, and the Cloud county claim
has been exploded long ago. That
Washington county delegates should
go to Anderson an second, choice, is a
recent Invention, aud probably
emauated front the fertile brain of the
speaker. It is true that there were
some men on that delegation who
went to the convention favorable to
Anderson, and who probably would
have voted for him had tbey, like
many others, not been disgusted
with the Anderson boodle gang who
spared no efforts to capture delegatts
even by the use of money. But It is a
Veil-known fact, that the leading
ones on the Washington delegation
were pronounced anti Audereou men,
and were known so to be when
elected. Griffin forgot to tell bis
hearers tunt no one, even of Ander
son's friends Iu the convention, dis
covered any fraud or chicanery until
the chief of Kickers, George W. Mar
tin, the boodle gang and the bread
and butter brigade had time to con
sult together and with John A. An
derson. It Is not claimed that any.
thing was done iu the convention to
defeat Anderson that was not open
and above board. No one will deny
that the Anderson men, knowing all
that they have since since claimed to
be the facts, themselves made the mo
tion to make Wilson's nominaUon
unanimous, and supported the motion
by thelr.votes with every appearance
of good faith. To say that the nom
ination did not come to Judge Wilson
fairly and honorable is to stultify
every Anderson man In the conven
tion. That theee fellows do uot like
Wilson's staudlug with true Repub
licans Is evident from the manner in
which they treat his proposition to
withdraw, if Anderson will do the
same. Griffin says that Wilson has
no right to impose upon the Repub
licans of the district the condition
that Anderson shall not be a candi
datethat the party should be al
lowed to nominate any one, even
Anderson. He was not honest or
sincere enough to say that Wilson's
proposition is the only feasible one to
unite the party. He knows well
enough that the breach between the
Wilson and Anderson factions is
greater than between either of them
and the Democracy. If be is honest
in advocating such principles, what
has he to say about the Clay Center
convention being Republican? If It
Is not proper to exclude one man,
how Is it that the Anderson crowd
can get up a pretended Republican
Convention in which all are excluded
but one man ? The Clay Center Con
vention was held with" the expressed
understanding that no Republican
need apply except John A. Anderson.
The most that ean be said for Ander
son was that he was a man with a
hobby and that be rides it for all It Is
worth. Stripped of Its misstatements
of facts and Its sophistry, Mr. Griffin
made a weak plea for a losing cause,
and Republicans continue to fall into
line as they discover the inelneerlly
of these men.
The members of the Episcopal
church are now making arrangements
tobaveoneor two concerts during
the month of October, and will be
glad to receive the names of a few
ladlrssnd geatleann who will volun
teer to glvs their services to slag or
recite at such concerts. Please direct
all communications to W. G. Biraeck,
P.O. Box 189, Sallna, or to Mr. W.
Plover cfc Barke painters, de
sign engaging net only la house sad
sign painting, but In paper hanging.
Inside painting, etc They have em
ployed an experienced gralaer, of
Kansas City, aad propose to give the
people of Ballna only the highest
grade of work. Give them atrial.
The Holy Cemrfiaaloa will be cel
ebrated la the EBglUb Latberaa
Church next Sabbath moralng at 11
o'clock. Perparatery service will be
oa Saturday at &38 p. m. There will
be bo e veclrg servieea la lbs Ckurab.
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BRTGGS & GEBHART,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Stoves and Agricultural Implements.
In fact we arc Headquarters for everything in the Stove line.
Also Abbott Buggies and Eoad Carts, Bain and
D. A. VAN TRINE,
Cigars and Tobacco.
I have just added and will always keep on hand
a complete assortment of
Including the best brands of Teas and Coffees,
For which will pay
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KINSLEY & POHL
Have opened out with a large stock of Boots and Shoes, &c,
and as all kinds of Boots and Shoes are 25 per cent, cheaper
now than they were a few years ago, we can sell you new Boots
and Shoes just so much cheaper than others can sell you their
old stock. For good bargains call at the New Boot and Shoe
KINSLEY & POHL,
127 South Santa Fe Ave.
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School will soon
open, and we have
made special eff
orts to get the best
Shoe for the young
sters that money
Our stock of Hats
for the fall trade is
very large this sea
sou, and comprises
all the latest and
nobbiest styles and
NEW YORK STORE.
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I Looasret to tbe Wovkt
Tbey lave all tbe defer
m KecUalag PotHlcm.
st asy eagle, s (cetera
band only In thekgooJa.
, Tfeer are daraW a ctav
: fie. vKh a Taiirl.of de
tttss saJ prices to esH.
U yon wattt s coxrorr
acls and tutuurr clece
at rraanraz. are nana
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SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED pATALOGUE AND PRlGg&b
: . mMS!M.iiS.--l
irnts far tat Gtsthaiei
Art Garland and
and Round Oak
Sheet Iron Stoves.
KINDS HTnurnrl I
the highest price.
IN THE CITY.
We have just
opened 500 pairs of
solid, stout Shoes,
ranging in prices
from 1.25 to $2.00
per pair. Every pr
Our buyer is now
in the market, and
in a few days we
will have the larg
est stock of general
shown in Salina.
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