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The Biggest Slaughter ever made
in Salina on Boots and Shoes is now
going on at the
Tie Frefl B. Haas Boot and Shoe Parlor.
Cash only buys the goods at cut prices.
;1.50 Ladies! fine dress shoes cut to
S2 00 " ' " " " "
C250 u .,
3.00 ' " " " " "
G-entieman's shoes' at
jiivery tning cut to pieues. iuuic mu w w uuwu
buyers than you ever dreamt of.
All Boots and Shoes at one-half Price.
Our Loss your Gain.
It's our own business.
We'll "Down" every Competior
Be positive you get our prices before you buy,
Yours for fun in business for some time to
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THE FRED &. HAAS BOOT & SHOE PARLOR
116 South Santa Fe Avenue.
Farm ai City Loans.
Af i iifiif g for all ' Uo'fr farm
ami ril loan at raonahlr rates.
J'rim ti'il ami ititrr'! payable at my
ojfiir I ilit a writ a anyone
short time rhatlrl ami personal loans,
ronsidrrimj the time ami srcurily. J
han trn firt rlans insurance rompa-
ntrs and trun tf first tn pay losses liy
tin lair ti iml xtitrm.
I trill fnrniih you an abstract In
any jum nf property in Sallnr
rnunty ami guarantee it correctness.
Arc You Paying Rent,
I irr in. Take shares in a Jluihling
Association and pay about the name
turn monthly or weekly and you trill
sism ntrti your own home. Call for
particulars at my ujlirr orrr I'ltrrrlVs
druy s'orr, I'. O. corner, Salina,
T. D. FITZPATEICK.
Mill 1.1 1. M. f.
I'rai'i-i l.imitttl to Kyi ami 1'ar
Riitl i,r. , .1 ItiMUM. i-'tRr! ncrunitp-
lj rtlvl ll..tir. !' !!.! in. 2lo 'ii in. It.!
SmiiiiIi 1'nili trt-.-t. "allint. Kalians rxcrpt
Tuexln nii'i 1 hurln.
Tin kii.y, March i ISil.t.
to .Jul i: i. ki:aiki:..
It will lie tun years the 1 Sill of
June, since the JtU'llNAl. became the
priiertj nf the present manage
ment, ami iu addition to that we pur
chased of Mr. Master his subscrip
tion account', which date back to
January I-t, Wl. Thus far we
have made no ell'ort to collect sub
scriptioii accounts, but feel now that
it is time to ask our readers for what
iailueui. Many have oluutarily
called and settled their accounts,
aud at till- writing a large numlerof
names on our bonks are paid in ad
vance, a the JnritNAi Mibseriptlon
Imok Is made up of the very best
class nf cilir.-ti- iu the -ity and rnitn
ty, yet there are some wlio are owing
for the paper, and to those we i
say it will be a great accommodation
to us to have an early settlement.
t. It. Kikti.anii.
firv a.i coirrvrv.
Oh. for tti'-'winil tnniuo to lick
111. vt. u i . million ttiit!
Tri1 - ' luk. I uiaKr It llok.
It c-- n. kiatiiNlhr crnmp. .Sol Mlltrr.
Have you registered?
The Itrmlhol! Comedy Co., will be
here all next week.
Mr and Mrs Ike Zerby rejoice iu
the birth nf a son.
If you want to take part in the
spring election, you must register.
Mr tiillum, or Chico, left Tues
day for a visit with friends in Illi
nois. A very pleasant dancing party was
given at the National lat Friday
The ladle- auxilliary of the IT. V.
1.- wtu give an entertainment one
week from tonight.
Mr. M. S. Sullivan, of Solomon,
wa in the city baturuay, ami gave
this office a pleasaut call.
Hick's proph?-ied a blizzard for
the west about the 1st of March, but
we felt it a few days earlier.
M.S. Price conducted a sale for!
Daniel Drew yesterday, on the Pott's '
farm 4 miles north of Bavaria.
Prof. Guile presided at the organ
at the Lutheran church last Sunday
in the ab-ence of Mrs. Harlan.
Brady's Lawrence World was one
year old last Tuesday, aud its mis
sion is not half accomplished.
The Saline County Alliance will
celebrate Cleveland's inauguration
by a business meeting in Salina next
X. A. Ituhl, mother of Mrs.
D. W.X'nwden, returned to her home i
in Gallon, Ohio, Monday, altera pro-!
longed visit here.
Mrs. C. 1). Wright, of Junction
City, is visiting her mother Mrs.'
Williamson, aud Mrs. W. F. Musser
her sister, this week.
Mr. Post will make a public sale
for X. Beck at his farm west of Smo
lan, on next Thursday, March 9th.
Beven head of horses, eleven head of
sattle, and farming implements will
be offered also 100 hedge fence
posts and a lot of prairie bay.
$ . 5
same prices as the Ladies.
tft.. it ma cnno ?
Luther Tutliill, of Marshalltown,
la , arrived iu the city Monday eve
nlug, in response to a telegram of the
serious illness of his mother, Mrs. L.
A note from Mr. Watt Chlllson in
forms us that he is still living at
Alma, Kansas, and is prospering.
He wishes to he remembered to all
his Saliua friends.
The last quarterly meeting of this
conference year was held at the M.
E. church last Sunday, Dr. Sweet
preaching both morning and evening
to crowdeil houses.
Judge Thompson was chosen
Grand Master fur the ensuing year,
at the Hutchinson meeting of the
(J rand Lodge of Ancient, Free and
Accepted Masons recently.
Mr. Smith, ortheSaliua Paper Co.,
left Monday evening for his home iu
Missouri, to arrange his aiiuirs there
preparatory to moving to Salina and
again making this his headquarters.
K V. Blair visited the towusite
of Minneapolis last week, but found
very few of the residents of that city
at home. lpoii inquiry lie learned
that the grand jury was iu session.
Miss Clara Itocbuck entertained
the ladles at afternoon whist Friday
afternoon. Mirs Emma (iradwohl
received the ladies royal prize, aud
Mrs. Fuller won the "booby" prize.
Howard Likely aud family of Sa
lina, have moved to the city and will
occupy the Tinkler residen-e which
liss tieeu recently liuisueii. mt.
Likely will be numbered amoiigthe
teamsters of the Acme Cement
works. Gypsum Adroratc.
The Wells-rargo express company
recently seiitltalph aud Walter Peck
each a world's fair Souvenir half
dollar, as mementoes of faithful ser
vices performed for the company by
On March Mil, M. S. Price will sill
J2 head of cattle, some good farm
mares, four head of hogs, aud farm
ing implements for C. E. Cherrey,
on the Niles farm southeast or
Mr. Collins (towdy, aged S7 years,
died iu Lawrence, last Sunday. He
was the father of Mrs. Jennie II. Si
mons, who resided iu Salina for sev
eral years, during J. L. Brady's resi
Mrs. J. W. Hughes, or Saliua, is
the guest of Col. and Mrs. A. It.
Davenport. Mr. Hughes spent yes
terday here aud enjoyed one of the
Pacific hotel's splendid Sunday din
ners. A liilcnr Hrjtrvlor.
ltev. Itoutzahu's throat is again
causing him trouble, and is the
source of much concern to him aud
his friends. If it does not improve
lie will be compelled to clve up his
chosen calllug entirely.
Rev. Bright anil wife, of Topeka,
atteuded Katie Dewees' funeral iast
Thursday. His remarks nt the house
were very touching, especially his
reference to his friendship of the de
ceased and her family.
It is rumored that Mr. CI. W. Hart,
day operator at the U. P. depot, Is
to be married soon. The evidence is
stroug against him, as he left for
Belleville Tuesday armed with a
return trip ticket fnra Mrs Hart.
Business on the 17 P., both on the
main line and on the Fort Kearney,
Solomon, Saliua aud McPbersou
braticlies, has been good. Wheat aud
corn, aud more especially cattle aud
hogs are moving. Merchants alt
along the line are tiuyiug new goods.
Junction City I'nion.
Mr. Young, of the Missouri Valley
Bridge Co., of Leavenworth, was iu
the city last week, and in company
with Com. Daum was looking over
the city. His company will begin
work soon on the two new bridges
across the Smoky.
Mr. W. C. Gibson, father of Char
ley, who at one time held a position
with this paper, died at Vlncennes,
Ind., last week. The family resided
here for a number of years, aud were
highly respected, and many will re
gret to hear of their sad atlliction.
Mr. Frank Braun, brother of Mrs.
F. K. Ilaier, In company with Henry
Baler, returned to Chicago last Mon
day. Henry will make Chicago his
home for the next year at least, as
he has a position awaiting him in
James B. Cruse and Ida M. Xew
come, were united iu marriage by
ltev. Foulkes at the Presbyterian
parsouage last Thursday afternoon.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. Xewcouibe. well known in
Kev. A. B. Kirtland preached at
New Cambria to a large audience
last Sunday morning. He will act
as a supply for the Lutheran church
I at that place, preaching every two
j weeks until the congregation secures
Adam Koll, the well-known milk
man, was taken seriously ill Sunday
with diphtheria. He is under the
care of Dr. Dewees. He was in the
city Saturday and went his usual
rounds, but was taken down early
Mr. McNaniey has formed a part
nership with Mr. Krause, and in ad
dition to the business Mr. Krause
has been conducting, tbey will in
the future do plumbing, steam fitting
and make sewer connections. Mr.
McNaniey was at one time a partner
of Mr. "Whltson.
Sheriff Anderson Inteferred with
the prize fight that was to have oc
curcil last Friday, and it has been
Tlio Brodboll Comedy Co., who
have many friends in Baliua, are to
Im'hereall next week. They will
open her Monday night
A smoke consumer is iu active ue
at the Electric Railway power bouse.
It I the invention of John Jeffries,
the engiueer, and is quite a succei-s
.Mr. Paul Vtzel, of McPbersou,
who is the recognized head of the
Duuknrd church in tills stale, vllt
ed V. P. Pierce and family this
John Coil Br., came hnme Monday
from Salina where he is ufer treat
ment for cancer. He will return to
Saliua in a few days as soon as he
looks after sotue business matters.
He lias a high opinion of the Sani
tarium. Lincoln Jieacon.
Sam'l Price has established him
self In business at Arkansas city, aud
is now in Saliua for the purpose of
moving Ids family there. He likes
bis new location, aud expects to do
well there. Mr. Farley and family
expect to move there also.
I) II. Mosber, of Salina has bought
nut C- Hislop's Siuger sewing ma
chine business aud will conduct it iu
the rooms occupied so long by Mr.
Hislop, on the north side or Main
a'reet Mr. Hislop will continue In
tiie musical supply business and has
no intention of leaving Lincoln.
The republican league will meet
in Topeka on the 10th of this month,
at IU o'clock a. in. One and one
third fare has been secured from the
railroads for the occasion, and it is
expected an enthusiastic meeting
will be hehl. Salina aud Saline
county of course will be represented
by a stroug delegation.
Leauder Mapea, of Wouderly, was
In ttie city last week, aud gave this
ollice a pleasaut call. He claims
his town does more business accord
ing to population than any other In
tiie State, which is probably correct
as there are no inhabitants In Won
derly except Mr. Mapes and ills
family, and they live ou a farm.
J. H. Williams will leave next
Monday for Alexander, La., for the
purpose of buying two car load of
Shetland poule9. Jim comes very
near being an enterprising horse
man, aud his ranch In the Gypsum
Valley allways contains specimens
of horse llesh that does one good to
''Bleak House," by Miss Jane
Combs, Monday tveuiug, was well
attended aud highly appreciated by
all present. Miss Combs has great
ability iu the characters she repre
sents, anil is t-upported by a strong
company. Entertainments of this
character are a benefit to the public,
aud are most generally accorded
The A. O. U. W. grand lodge met
at Hutchinson Tuesday. W. H.
Hogben, John Daum aud Fremont
Simons are In attendance from lodge
No 1115, and II W. Blair. W. C. Ad
dison aud Dr. Phillips from No. 2iK
of this city. Dr. Phillips has quite
a following who will work for him
for grand medical director. Salina
will also ask the grand lodge to meet
here next year.
Hon. M. D. Sampson returns to his
potior duty iu St Johns, N. B., to
day. His term ot ollice expires the
first or August, and it is hardly
probable that Mr. Cleveland will re
move him until that time. He ex
pects to return to Saliua when re
lieved from his duties, but has not as
yet determined what he will engage
in. Mrs. Sampson aud family will
remain iu Saliua during his absence.
John T. Miliikeu, who recently
married Miss Emma Hincs of this
couuty, and removed to Oakdale,
Pa., has been daugerously ill for
some time witli heart trouble. His
mother of this city has postponed
her trip to California, aud Tuesday
E. E. Mlllikiu left for Oakdale. The
many friends of the young couple
here earnestly hope for his speedy
The l'n'in is supporting the capi
tal removal scheme with vigor.
That's right Uro. Cobb, keep up the
fight, and when Bros. Dolan, Pattee,
Hillmanand yourself arrive at the
outskirts of the city with the Capi
tal building on your shoulders, we
will see that the band is ordered out
aud a procession formed to escort
you into the city with proper digni
ty. It will cetaiuly be a great day
for the local populists when the
capital is removed to Salica.
Trof. Thoromau'a little boy Carl
met with a very serious accident
Monday. His little brother Newton
attempted to pull a nail out of a
board with a claw bammar, when it
slipped olT the nail and struck Carl
In the eye. The ball of the eye was
cut open and for a time It was
thought the little fellow would lose
his eye entirely. Dra. Winterbotbam
aud Harvey dressed the wound as
best they could, and he is getting
along as well as could be expected,
but the permanent injury to bis eye
cannot as yet be foretold.
Mr. A. C. Whiteman relinquishes
his position on the La Crosse Clarion
this week and delivers his chair and
pencil to Mr. W. S. Baxter, former
ly of the Journal ot this city. The
Clarion is a six-column, eight-page
weekly, a neatly pullsbed paper and
has been a success under the man
agement of Mrr Whiteman. The
Republican wishes Mr. Baxter the
greatest success iu his new field. He
has editorial ability, is industrious,
and we believe be will make La
Crosse one of the best papers it ever
bad, and the uewspaper fraternity"
of Salina will watch with interest
Mr. Baxter's efforts and extend to
him most sincere wishes for his suc
Now that souuds better. .
Emma Bask, a German girl who
arrived from Germany about two
months ago, and lias been stopping
at the St. Elmo hotel, made com
plaint to Judge Bishop's court Mon
day that she had been robbed of 200
German marks, and a certificate of
deposit from the Salina National
bank for 2,500. The girl is about 23
years of age, and seemed terrible
agitated over the matter, and at one
time contemplated suicide over her
loss, or course the 12,500 In the
bank was safe, as payment was
stopped, and upon a search of the
hotel the 200 marks were found stor
ed away under an old bat in one of
the rooms. The girl has taken up
her residence at Mr. Frank York's,
and is feeling greatly relieved over
the result of her scare.
Boy can make money. Our youth,
only 25 cents a year. Agent wanted
Address, Clemens Pub. Co., Box
2329, Ban Francisco, CaL
Ferccait for March.
Hick's says that in the eastern
parts March will come in like a lamb
but with a howling blizzard iu the
northwest. By the 2d or 3d geceral
ccld across the whole conllment, un
til tbeStb, when it will turn warmer
until the 7tb, when storms will again
occur until the 0th He names the
10th, 11th, 12th and 13th as composing
a very dangerous storm period,
which will end in general cold
weather until the ISth, when we will
again have warmer weather, follow
ed by a storm period. He particul
arly warns us of the22d, 23rd and
2tth as dangerous dates, and urges
preparation for severe disturbances.
A Miarpcold wave will follow, and
will continue until the29thand30tb,
when e are to expect another dan
gerous storm period. Altogether
March is to be a very uncertaiu
month, with plenty of storms, cold
Herbert mud White.
Ewing Herbert, editor or the Hia
watha H'orrf, aud Will H. White,
now of the Kansas City Star, want
to appear before a Saliua audience
some time in the near future, if sat
isfactory arrangements can be made.
Tbey usually trust their interests to
some local lodge, church or society,
who arrange the meeting, advertise
it, etc , on the percentage plan. As
to their abilities to entertain and in
struct the public, there can be no
doubt, as they are two of Kansas'
brightest young men. Mr. Herbert
endeavors In his part of the "per
formance" to remind his hearers of
thelryouthful days, while Mr. Whif-
entertains them "between acts
with recitations and readings, most
ly or his own composition. Sort of
a Nye and Butbank program,
which we believe would be equally
entertaining. Should any organiza
tion of Salina wiah to arrange with
them for a date, the editor of
the Jouknal will takegreat pleasure
George Supple llemd.
Sunday morning at 2 o'clock,
death ended the sulIVrings of George
F. Supple. He has suffered for
weeks with a severe case of black
diptheria, and it was hoped by his
many friends that he might recover,
but a change for the worse took
piece Baturday night, w'lich ended
in death. The deceased was 4 years
2 mouths and 23 days old, aud was
born iu Augustine, 111. He leaves a
wife, aud two boys aged about 12 and
15 years, and a brother, who have
the sympathy of many friends of the
deceased in their sad bereavement.
Mr. Supple was au active member of
the Odd Fellows aud Knights of
Pythias lodges of the city, aud his
fuueral Tuesday afternoon wasuuder
the auspices or theK. of P. fraternity,
aud also atteuded by the Odd Fel
lows in a body.
Mr. Supple has been a resident of
Saliua for nearly 20 years, coming
here from Lawrence as the agent or
the McCormlck Machiue company.
He leaves many warm personal
friends, who mourn his untimely
The city council met iu adjourned
session Moudaj evening, aud ex
tended the time to May 30th for the
completion of the electric street rail
way. There was no franchise asked
for, or under consideration, as the
Baling Hallway Co. are operating
under the old franchise, which is a
part of the contract between the rail
way company aud the city, aud can
not be altered at this time.
One ol the day pollcemau was in
structed by the Mayor to give five
hair days or each week In looking
over the residence portion of the
city, aud seeing that the sanitary
regulations are observed. An ordin
ance is being prepared, and will be
reported next Monday night, bearing
ou the sanitary question, its main
purpose being the disposal of the
refuse matter that is constantly
accumulating throughout the city.
The opening of Oakdale avenue
from Johnstown avenue to Ash
street also came up, and an estimate
of the cost was asked for.
The dispatch published last week
dated from Macon, Mo., which stated
that a child had been lett at Rev.
Barne'a residence at that place by
an unknown woman, who when
alterwards arrested claimed she had
been hired to do the deed by a man
by the name or E. C. Smith, or Sa
liua, Kansas, does au injustice to
several persons by the name of
Smith, who now and in former days
called Salina their home. Mr. E. C.
Smith, who at one time held a posi
tion here In the Farmer's National
Bank, has felt the Injustice more
keenly than anyone else, and has
been investigating the affair. In a
letter to a friend of his in Salina he
states that the name the wo
man gave Rev. Barnes was "C. C.
Smith," instead of "E. C," and that
Rev. Barnes has informed him that
the womau's entire story was a fab
rication, made up to shield parties
who do not as yet appear in the case.
Mr. Smith is giving the nutter a
thorough investigation, for the
purpose of freeing himself from any
suspicion that the wording of the
dispatch might leave in the minds or
any or his former friends and ac
quaintances, and further develop
ments may be expected soon.
The Decree of Honor Social.
A very pleasant and instructive
time was had by the A. O. U. W.
members and families last Thursday
evening, at the Degrees of Honor so
clal held in A. O. U. W. ball. An
interesting program was given which
was followed by supper, and a good
social visit by those present. Rev.
Foulkes opened the ceremonies with
prayer. Miss Nellie Armstrong then
favored the company with an Instru
mental selection on the piano, and
was followed by a recitation entitled
"The 19th Century Teacher," by Al
fred Brunger. The Misses Hunt,
Quincy and Master Armstrong gave
a six band piece on the piano which
was well leceived. Music by the A.
O. U. W. male quartette, and recita
tions from Bert Morgan and Miss
McCnllam, closed the program, all
of which was very interesting. The
ladies then served delicious coffee
and lunch, which according to Cicero
Post's version, was the main feature
ot the evening. The gentleman
present insisted on paying something
for their entertainment, and In a'
very few minutes the ladies found
themselves $10 or $12 better ofl" finan
cially, which of course was appre
ciated. It is hoped many more simi
lar occasions will be given by the
Degree of Honor ladles, who cer
tainly understand the art of entertaining.
the best remedy is
bronchitis, la grippe,
and croup, it is
Prompt to Act
sure to cure.
An Important Gathering of the Ancient
Arable Order or the Koble or the
The first ceremouial session of Isis
Temple under the administration
of III. Potentate Stephen J. Osboru,
was held last Thursday evening. To
say that It was a howling success
would be using language which
might be misunderstood by the ex
oteric, but the unanimous opinion
of the illustrious nobles who were
present, is that the order was con
ferred by the new officers in a highly
satisfactory manner, and the subse
quent proceedings were marked by a
degree of conviviality moderated by
decorum which augurs well for the
future of the order.
The novices, twenty-one in num
ber, representing divers trades and
professions, were tenderly cared for
by the nobles, aud tbelr loud declara
tions of satisfaction demonstrated
that they were In no wise slighted
by the brethren. In fact one of the
newly initiated was heard to congrat
ulate himself upon being here yet,
auu to remaric mat it ne bad over
looked a pleasure in the joining he
would cheerfully leave it for those
coming after. The banquet after the
ceremonies was loudly praised aud
the responses to the toast sparkled
with wit and merry thought. Noble
Latta, of Wilson, seems to have car
ried olf the honors of the evening,
proving himself a most successful
after dinner speaker, poet, songster
aud stoiy-teller. Noble Baudy, of
Abdallah Temple, responded to the
toast of "Our Sister Temple," iu a
creditable manner, while Noble Has
kell will be long remembered by the
biblical students for the information
furnished concerning beverages.
This order seems to have more en
thusiastic devotees thau any similar
institution in existence. It is not
unusual to have members come from
n distances of two hundred miles to
attend a ceremonial session, aud
every meeting of Isis is cheered by
visitors from abroad. Noble Mathers,
ofHella Temple at Dallas, Texas,
seems to have been a particularly
welcome .visitor last week.
Following Is a list ot the novices
who crossed the sands aud refreshed
themselves after tbelr journey:
TboB. G. Berry, Herlngton; Joseph
C. Miller, Wiufleld: John B. Miller,
Sheffield, Mo.; Chester Muuson,
Wichita; Johu C. Davis, Welling
ton; Harry Adams, Hortou; Ed. H.
Suptun, Hoxle; Win. F. Schulthers,
Hoxle: John M. Voder, Heriugtou;
Joseph Z. Reed, Heriugtou; James
Mack, Herlngton; James Robert
Haskett, Zyba; F. C. Sheldon, Be
loit;RobF. Kilpatrick, Heriugtou;
M. M. Rowley, Beloll; Thos. M.
Hall, Chickasaw, I. T.; Frank It.
Spier, Salina; F. W. E.dred.BeloIt;
F. Zeman, Wilson; L. B. Wilcox,
Glen Elder; John Nelson; Heriug
tou; Frank Thomas Boydstou,
Heath or Kelt Hilton.
At 0:30 yesterday morning, Retta
G., the youngest daughter of Mr.
aud Mrs. C. T. Hiltou, peacefully
sank to rest. She was aged 10 years,
3 months and 21 days, and had been
sick for about four weeks. The Im
mediate cause of her death was in
flammatory rheumatism. Bhe first
complained with a severe pain in
her sldo, from which she suffered
through ber entire sickness, until re
lieved by death. The parents, three
brothers and one sister mourn the
untimely taking ofT of little Retta,
aud only the sympathy of the com
munity, and the grace of him who
"doetb all things well," cau sustain
them in this sad aflllctinn. The
funeral services will be held at the
M. E. church, by Rev. Baker, to
morrow (Friday) afternoon at 2
Report of school district No 53,
Saline Co. Kan', for the Gth month,
ending Feb. 24, 1693. Enrollment
males 10, females 0, total 16. At
tendance in days males 159, females
110, total 269. Average dally atten
dance males 7.95, females 5.5, total
13.45. Cases of tardiness males 28,
females, 8, total 36. Visitors 2. Char
ley Henderson, Ethel Carby, Louisa
and RoBy Burger were present every
day during the month; George Jury,
Dora Carby, Mattie and Herbert
Havener were absent one day eacb.
J. A. Ward, Teacher.
W. 8. Baxter, the bright young
journalist who did such eiiicient
work on the Salina Journal during
the past two years, has severed bis
connection with that paper to accept
the management of the La Cross
Clarion. Jfolton Signal.
W. B. Baxter who has been con
nected with the salina Journal for
the past two years, will now allow
his chair In that office to grow cold,
to accent the editorial management
of the La Cross Clarion. Baxter is a
bright, versatile writer and deserves
success. Minneapolis Mcttenger.
W.'S. Baxter for more than two
years editor of the Saline County
Journal has gone from amongst us.
He has a greener pasture further
west and will henceforth feed in La
crosse on the Clarion. May he nev
er eat parched or withered grass.
W. 8. Baxter who has aided very
materaly iu making the Salina Jour
nal such an excellent newspaper for
two years past, leaves this week to
assume control of the La Crosse
(Kas.) Clarion. He is capable and
energetic, and will undoubtedly flou
rish In bis new field of labor. The
people ot Lm-Crosse should extend
bim heartv encouragement. Otwe
To the rnbllc
Prof. H. Hlrschberg. the wll
known Eye expert of 629 Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. aud 30 E. Nth street,
New York, wishes to inform his
many friends and patrons of Saliua
and vicinity that he will be at the
store of hi agent. V. K. Baler Mch.
6 11th. adjust bis celebrated Non
changeable Spectacles and Eye-glasses
to all In need of them. Consulta
tion free. Mch. 4.
160 acre Farm, 12 miles from Ba
lina, only $800, If sold soon J. Duncan.
The K. F. Meeting.
As has been announced, the Grand
Lodge of the Knights or Pythias of
this State meet in Salina in May,
and it Is no w certain that the brigade
meeting of the uniform rank will be
held here at the same time. The so
liciting committee has met with
fairly good succes, and feel safe that
they can secure enough fueds yet be
fore the time for the meeting, to of
fer all necessary prizts, etc. All
that cau do so, should aid them, as
this will be by far the largest gather
ing Salina has entertained rorsome
time. The competitive drills will be
highly Interesting. The Sprig of
Myrtle, the official K. P. organ of the
state, has this to say about the
The regular meeting of the officers
of the Kansas Brigade, Uniform
Rank, will be held soon. The four
years term of officers will expire In
May of the present year, and it will
be necessary to elect new officers
At the last meetiug of the brigade it
.. Inr. aa.1.1. .I.A li.iff.Hld. miliar.
I atu tue regimental colonels to de
cide where and when the meetiug
would be held. It will be held at
Balina wheu the Grand Lodge meets.
Members of the Uniform Rank in
Balina will extend an invitation on
behalf of the order, and of the citi
zens generally, to meet at that place
They will also ask that the general
call out the division, and that ar
rangements be made for a complete
drill. Tbey are now raising money
for the purpose of providing enter
tainment, and prizes. n e nave oeen
assured that not less than five hun
dred dollars will be offered iu prizes.
Salina Is a nice place to so to.
There aro ample hotel accommoda
tions, the people are good natured
and hospitaole, and we think a visit
would be found pleasant.
D.M.Addison leaves to-night for
Washington, D. C. where he will re
main until after the inauguration,
after which he will go to Portsmouth,
Maine, where his ship is stationed
at present. Iu a short time the ship,
which is the new steel cruiser,
Machias, will proceed to Hampton
Roads Jwhlch Is the rendezvous of
the vessels which are to take part
iu the great naval display In New
York Harbor in April. As soon as
the display is over the Mechias de
parts for its three years cruise
around the world. Tuesday's lie.
Yesterday a car load of stallions
left Saliua for Lob Angelos, Cal.
They were from Mr. William's stock
ruuche on the Gypsum, aud were
elegant specimens of the Perch-eron-Nnrmau
breed. Joel Kelly
goes through with them, but will
return as soon as he delivers the
property to the purchasers, hallne
county's export trade In this line 1b
quite large, aud could be rapidly In
creased it farmer's would always
breed to the best stock. Tncre is al
ways a market for good horses.
AdTerllteit Letter Llat.
List or letters remaining uncalled
for in the Post Ollice Saliua. Kb., for
the week eudiug Feb. 23, 1893.
lt- Mr Kllrit
WylleMn W A
t'nil.itium Dr A M
Illnlinp K A
folium J A "
Moore l!co D
Putnam K It
Roccr. II K
llarrl Frank (
lltihlianl C K
Wilwn Lerov V
n llMin i,
W.II. Johnson, P,
All wanting to take the trip to
Galveston, Texas, the Deep Wat r
Harbor, make it known to J. Dun
can, Salina Kansas, either by letter
or in person. Date set to leave Ba
lina, Wednesday, March 8th, at 8:20
p. m. Round trip ticket $25, with
the privilege to stop over wherever
desired within the limit or CO days.
Next Sunday morning at II o'clock
in Plymouth Congregational Church
the Pastor will preach on "Vital
Topics Affecting American Civiliza
tion," applying the prlncip4es of the
Gospel or Jesus Christ thereto. The
first sermon will be Introductory, to
be followed with messages on Im
migration, Capital and Labor, So
cialism, Use and Abuse of Wealth,
The Masses and the Church etc. ect.
All are cordially invited to attend,
but especially wage-earners and
tanners will be welcomed. All seats
A Victory for Salina.
Properly, adjusted spectacles and
eye glasees are somthing that the
people ot Salinu has long been in
need oL ProL H. Hlrschberg the
well known Eye expert or C29 Olive
street, St. Louis, Mo., and 30 E 14th
street. New York, has appointed F.
K. Baler agent for his celebrated
Non-Changeable Spectacles aud Eye
GlaBses, where a complete assort
ment can always be found. Prof. H.
H. Hlrschberg will remain iu Balina
Mch. G to 11th and all those in need
ot properly adjustdd spectacles and
eye-glasses should avail themselves
ot this opportunity. Consultation
Tree. Mch. 4.
Coughing Leads o Consumption.
Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at
I of Mr. and Mrs. M. X. I
Both Had Eczema
In Its Worst Form
After Pfcyttcfan Tatled, BooA'a
Smrtaparill Perfectly Cttrtd.
Great mental agony is endured by
parents who see their children suffering
from diseases caused by Impure blood, and
for which there seems no core. This U
turned to joy when Hood's Sarsaparilla is
resorted to. for it expels the foul humors
from the blood, and restores the dis
eased sxm to fresh, healthy brightness.
Read the following from grateful parents:
" To a L Hood ft Co, Lowell. Mj.:
"We thick Boat's Saruparuls is the most
Tihable medicine on the market for blood and
sua diseases. Oar two children severed terri
bly with Us
Worst Form of Eczema
tar two years. We had Ores phrsklacs hi
that Use. bat aeither ot thea succeeded la
esnsg Urns or eren In rlrtnr them a little
relleL At last wo tried Hood's Sarsaparilla
and la a month both children were y
fecdy ewrod. Wo neoaaend
a a standard fastlr medicine, and would not
be without It." M. and Mrs. M.M. Bo lira,
1413 Sad ATCtrae. Altoona, Pa.
HOOD'S PlLLS care llrtr a. ouUjtlo0,
i.tsniStfO. rV lioirtiens. LxtltesUm.
Children Cry for
flliiMi of Mr. and Mrs. X. X. BoQer
One reason why
wegian Cod Liver Oil
and Soda has lad such a large sale is because it is
' Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is
that its curative properties arc unequalled. It cures
the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces
flesh and builds up the entire system.
Scott's EmuUion euros Coughs,
Colds, Consumption, Scrofula,
and all Anaemic and Wasting
Diseases. Prevents wasting In
children. Almost o palatable a
taUk. Get onlr the genuine. Pre
pared by Scott Bowne. Chemists, Not
Tork. Sold by all DrussWs.
Sew Cambria L'hatterlDfs.
Mrs. Ed. Wells is fullering with a
catarrhe on her hand.
Misses Effie I.aughllu aud Ada
Delany spent Sunday In Abilene
The Golden Eagle Social last Tues
day evening was largely attended
and the most successful of any they
nave yet nau
Mr. aud Mrs. George Slonaker are
rejoicing over th advent or a little
son into their home.
There was a select party at the
hnme of Mrs. E Donmyer lastTues-
uay evening in which about thirty
John U. Kring left Wednesday for
Guthrie, Oklahoma. He expects to
locate in that country somewhere
J. H. Short itot home Saturday
from his trip tq Pittsburg, Kan?.
John G. Shipley arrived last Fri
day evening Irotn Llneville, Iowa,
where he has been visiting most ot
the winter. Jkwell.
Mr. Wm. Law or Chicago is here
visiting old friends and looking after
Miss Pauline Itehber is visiting in
Miss Hattie Klblor is visiting
friend in iseuningtou tins week.
E G. Stover who is in ill health
spent several days in Beuuingtoii
before going to excelsior springs.
Mr. Jas. Malony has ordered a
patent leg which will render ills lo
comotion much easier.
Mr. George Bet was visiting the
family of J. A Mitchel last week,
E. H. Sankee has been surveying
the Parker Estate this week and
round Mr. Wm. Howard way out In
The Jolly Tourist Co gave an en
tertainment for the benefit of I. O.
O. K. No. 24! at this place.
Mr. Juo. Haley ir. has rented aud
moved to ths Yv. II. Howe farm.
Mr. Howe having moved to town.
Kev. Sweet, Presiding Elder of
this district preached an able ser
mon Monday eveuing.
The Epworth League gave a social
at the residence or Mrs. O. H. Shep
ard, Friday evening. It was a suc
cess. Lewis Corlislias bought the Dick
ey property and will carry out some
Mrs. Howard fell Monday morn
ing and severely injured iter knee.
A rreat for Salina.
The Hlrschberg Optical Co , or VJO
Olive street St. Louis, Mo. ahd 30 E
Nth. St , New York, have completed
arrangements to have Prof. Hlrsch
berg stay with their agent, F. K.
Baler and examine eyes oral! who
are in need or glasses. This will be
a rare opportunity for all who are
suffering from defective vision to
have their eyes scientifically ex
amined aud corrected. The Profess
or comes here wholly in the interests
or the H. Hlrschberg Optical Co.,
aud will stop with his agent F. K.
Baler, Mch. 0 to 11 where maybe
round a full line of H. Hirschberg's
Non changeable Spectacles aud Eye
Glasses. All occulists and physi
cians everywhere pronounce Hi their
favor, aud all who use them are only
too glad to testify to their clearness,
durability, comfort and case they
give to the eyes, even at the most
difficult work. Consultation free.
WE PAY SPOT CASH
For Butter, Eggs and Poultry all
the time aud want Poultry now at
higher prices than heretofore. Far
mers should .raise more this year
than ever before as we are a market
for thfse goods Call and see us be
fore you sell. Yours Respectfully.
Fixiu.ky & Co.
Rash Building, 1st door north of
Insurance & Exchange
Room 1, Grier Block,
Salina, - Kansas.
The following l a partial lll of the many
propertlcn we have on our bunks fur sale and
exebanxe. If you don't nr what you want
be sure and call on us and we will And It for
Hbould yoa hare anything for sale or trade
or money to loan, or hou vn for rent, or want
aloi-n, or rent a house, or want Are and lire
Insurance, call on us. Htocksof merchandise
to trade, taxes nald lor non-rellenb. c-
kowledgments of deeds and other documents
fjn CO ljfslory brick dwelllnscand frame
IlUt OO addition, 8 room, well, cistern.
siaoie, snaueirre;ioi iisuuu. clone lo nun-
nets, well settled neighborhood. I'rlce il)
hall cash, balance on time to suit buyer.
W. DC 2story frame dwellltigori rooms,
i.1Ui UJ eloseU.pantry,cl!ur,w'llcltern
etc; lotmanion Houth fantaKe aTe.;hade
trees, blue crass, fine neighborhood. I'rlce,
Kii'J, easy lerms.
4 story frame dwelling of
rooms, well, youuz fruit trees,2
lots, lOxItf feet each, stable, chicken house,
etc. I'nce i, nan can, uaiance on nine.
fjn CI I story frame dwelling of 7 rooms,
XlUt Ul clouts, pantry, well, cistern. coal
house, stable, shude ami irult trees: lot IXxlTJ
feet, close to church and schools, floe neigh
borhood. Price I J cash, or TIM), part cash
ana pan lime a snap.
"VT CO 2 lots .VxlW feet each to alleys :
nui uu also : iois 3uir-ei eacn mane'
pl; alv 2 room frame dwelling, cellar, w ell
stable, lot SOxllV, ta; good bargains.
fXn rjA 3 roomdwelllng.2rooms papered,
llUi ft lotSUXlJX closto baslnrss, ;
TJ cash, balance on lime at 7 percent.
TTn TJC 2 lots for KM): 2 lots for $l; 3 lots
XI Us I J for ) in wen semeu neigniior
hood. Will sell all together or separately.!,
cash, balance on tlmr.or will exchange for
city orrarru property anu pay casu uinert nee.
KTV Olf) W) acres sandy loam and rolling
llUi 410 land.TaacrncultlTated.Oiacrrs
pasture.3 wires, 14 story frame bouse. Inrn.
iou apple trees, farm watered by springs, 3
mues lo raiiroau iowu. race j.i; cn,
balance on time at 7 and S per cent Interest.
T OT7 IS)acre?lottomandrolllngland
11 Ui ai.1 to acres cultivated, small frame
bouse, well, etc 1J tnllea to gool railroad
town. Price, 113); part cash, balance on
Wn OAf 16 "ere, nearly all working
xi Ui au una,
stone, upper fram
2 story house, lower slorr
stone, upper frame, lower rooms finished;
stone shed, 43x20, board roof; SO acres broken,
V) acres In wheat, lot of fruit and shade trees,
water for IOU) cattle the year around. Price
II60U, clear of enbumbrance. terms easy,
"Wi OAR 182 acres, part bottom, balance
llU A'iV rolling, f acres broken, 35
acre In wheat. ij goes to buyer, frame hose,
2 rooms, plenty of fruit, apples, peaches,
plums and cherries, well and springs. Price
fsoo, only 7 miles from Balina.
Scott's Emulsion of Pure Nor
and Hypophosphites of Lime
DELAY IS DANGEROUS.
value your cjclght? If o rait iiml conult
M. l-mu mm
New York r J r
will be In Salinu, KnixasMnrcliMli to llthnt
aimesioivoir.lv. iiAir.ii, ami n.iveitn'tn iiiicii wim a
npalroflil Non-Changeable Spectacle.
P. K. BAIER, Sole Agt. for Salina.
No Charge for Consultation.
Lindsborgj'eirie: One of the prin
cipal charges made by Col. W. A.
Phillips in his arraignment of the
"young crowd" Is that Ed. Little lias
no whiskers. AVhy bles your soul
Col. neither has Gov. Anthony or
English Spavin ljiniuunt removes
all hard, suit or calloused Lumps
aud Blemishes from iuirses Blood
Spavin, Curbt, Splints, Iting Hone,
Sweeney, Sillies, Sprains, Sore and
Swollen Throat, Cough, etc. Save
50 by use of one bottle Warranted
the most wonderful Blemish cure
ever known. Warranted by
People troubled with slek and ner
vous headaches will tlntl a most ef
ficacious remedy In Ayer's Cathar
tic Pills. They strengthen the stom
ach, stimulate the liver, retore
healthy actioti to the digestive or
gans, aud thus allord speedy itud per
Twenty-two Kentucky jacks Just
arrived and on sale at llnrris &
Llsle's stable, Butler, Mo. This Is
oureighth shipment of Ky. jacKs to
iiates county. We have more extra
large mammoth jacks thau ever be
fore. Knowing tiiat the demand
here Is for extra bone, weight, style
aud action and superior breeders, we
nave taken especial patus to supply
tbit demand. The mujority or these.
jacks are over 15 haniN, high, black
witli wliile points. Tlio-o desiring
jacks will do well to see tills stock
Ve also have two good stallions for
sale. All this stock will be sold low
for cash. Address, .'t-t.
I). A. & H. H. Coi.ykk. Butler, Mo.
HOllK'Stt it PS.
I u saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures, Its proprietors make no idle or
extravagant claim. Statements front
thousands of reliable people or what
Hood's Sarsaparilla hasdiiue lor them
conclusively prove the fact Hoou'h
Hood's Pills act especially upon
the liver, rousing it from torpidity
tn its natural duties, cure constipa
tion and assist digestion. 1 10.
Found the reason for the great
nipularlty of Hood's Sarsaparilla
simply this: Hood's cures. Be sure
to get Hood's, S.
I beg to advise my patrons and
neighbors that there are several ped
dlers traversing the country claim
ing tn be Mr. Hirschberg.orcouueut-
ed witli him iu business, and trying
to impose upon the public at large.
by ollering an Inferior elas nf spec
tacles and Eye-Glance fur Hitsch
here's Diamond and Nou-Chatigcuble
Spectacle and Eye-Glases, Do not
be deluded by Mich impostors, their
representations are fnlsi-. .W y iruoim
are not handled by "Peddlers." a we
have local agents. A rewnril of IOU
will be I'iveii to anyone securing tue
name and whereabouts ot such par
I'ltOP. II. HlllM'IK'Kltll,
CIS) Olive Street, St. Louis Mo.
and No. 30, E. 1 1 St. New York.
Protect Your Kjrs.
Consult Prot. Hirschberg the well
known St. Lnui ami New York op
tician who will be in Stillnr. Kansas,
Murcn ri to litis at the store or F. K.
Baler sole ageut for his Non-eiiunge-
able Spectacles anil Eye-gluse for
Salina Kans. No crarge for consul
tation. Mch 4.
LOTT GROCERY CO.
24 lbs New Orleans Sugar 1 00
20 lbs Southern Granulated
Best golden Rio Coffee
fgrccn pr lb.. 25
Best golden Rio Coffee
roasted pr lb... 25
Best grade Java Blend Cof
Best grade Java and Mocha 35
Our assortment of Teas is
complete and prices rea
sonable, 12 lbs Dried Peaches I 00
12 lbs Dried Apples I 00
20 lbs Best Carolina Rice.. I 00
6 Bars Tar Soap 25
10 Bars Laundry Soap 25
l BblBest Salt 1 20
The following canned goods are
IO cents per can. Tomatoes,
Corn, Peas, String Beans, Baked
Beans, Salmon, Mackeral, Mus
tard Sardines. Pumpkins.
4 cans Best American Sar
Ifyou want to buy dried fruits,
soap by the box, or especially
Floor, sec us before purchasing,
we will save you money.
LUTT GROCERY CO.,
123 North SantaFe.
First published In Halln County Journal
(icorce Hair 1
JJ. Mlller,O.F.earl.Itur-ra So. 1H.
ton Austin. A.J Markleyi
and U JI. Lilts. j
I!y virtue of an execution lnr! out of the
District Court it the Mb Judical District,
within and for the County of Dlcklnxm,
and Hlate of Ksnwi. In the atre entitled
case, and to me directed and delivered. I
Saturday, the 4th day of March,
A. D. 11, at 2 o'clock p. in. of said day; at
Ibe east door of the court house In theclty of
allna, SallDe County. Kirn-ni, olfcr for sale
at public auction and sell to the highest bid
der for cash In hand, the following described
real estate, to wit:
The southe.it quarter fseHl " section two
12, township thirteen 13, south, range ono
II, west of the 6th p-'". In Haltue county,
Kansas, with tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto. Dclonicln;. Bald
real estate Is taken as the properly of ths
above-named defendant, and will be sold
with appraisement lo satisfy sold execution
or a part thereof.
Given nnder my band this 31st day of
January. A. D. 1KU. E. II. Akdkbsov,
Sheriff o Saline County, Kansas,
n a it