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The Biggest Slaughter ever made
in Salina on Boots and Shoes is now
going on at the
Tie Fret G. Haas Boot ui Shoe Parlor.
r.ah nnlv huvs the eoods at cut prices.
si 50 Ladies' fine dress
2 00 " ' "
2.50 " "
o Rn "
n.n.a-mar's rIiorr at
Every thing cut to pieces. More fun for the shoe
"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 Competlor
Be positive you get our prices "before you "buy,
Yours for fun in business for some time to
THE FRED &. HAAS BOOT & SHOE PABLOR
116 South Santa Fe Avenue.
Farm ani City Loans.
.... mom fr all rlioirr farm
fin I ! I'l'in at riaaonabli ratr.
I'r.ifijmt amlinl'rot iayabti at tny
flitt 1 'to cm toll a anyom on
rtinrtttinc rlnttlrl ami l' runnal loan,
t ., riny tli' litnr ami " rurily. I
l,n ' t'n flrl-i-la iii'iiriiiif' 'imip'i
nit - nml mvm Hi' firil In my lo by
il,i lull triiiil xlnrin.
I " furnith yon an almtract In
nml )iifi of jirojirrty In .S'nliiir
i omili; mul iiiitrmilir it vnrnclnr.
Arc You Paying Rent '?
If in.' TtiLr intrc in a lliii'iliny
Akhih mliiin anil pay about llir namr
muiii monthly or tec My nml you trill
npin 'inn your own linnir. Call for
ntrh uliir nl myoflin ovrr I'urviW
ilnnj -Inn, I'. . i-'irnrr, Snllna,
m iMiii.i.ir-. m. p..
frw-fia l.imili il In Ky "nil Eur
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Tiiriisuw. March :t. 1S!
Vrv ."M rorsi'V.
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1 ti in r hre.t. Hi.- mir lii-tiit.
1 m..n ! I nl. He- llMir.- hi rnifl.
t.t.ni o.hI' Can Mf-li iiml ! mil"-
(.'ifjt.MMt .1 fMtir.
Steer-", hog", and freh milk town
at l'eck't ale.
Mr. and Mrt. Harlan have return
ed from IlliuiiU.
Don't forget the neck-tie social at
It 11 Dihle'n this evening.
The -inauguration" la-l Saturday
M-at uell attended in Salina.
If you want a good milk cow go to
lie lVck sale ne.t Thursday.
SU-member that the Itrodbnll Com
rly Company i here all week.
Jei. Ueutield will erect a residence
on..Vet Ash street this spring.
K. W. Ober, wife and Itert. left
for Chicago last Monday evening.
(!eo. Kent, of Colorado, visited Ills
parents at the National over Sunday.
Mr James It. Hocking made this
ofllft a very pleasant call last Fri
day. Walter Peck isenloylnga month's
vacation, and i spending it In Miss
Kr.tertainiiig tln-lr friends at break
fat i the latest society novelty at
Pop bottles by the car load have
Ikvii receded in Salina for the
Mit Ivlllli it left Saturday for
Katitat City, where she will reside
.for some time.
The ooiinty commi'-sliiuers re-ap-.,-oluted
Mr. Keith at superintendent
of i ie l,or f'"1 Monday.
Tlie "'shts IVmplar will enter
tain their '""" friends at Masouic
Temple toni.0" e enlng.
A donblTiiiale 'juartette is a new
feature or the Sun.-y evening servl
ces at the Lutheran I'hurch.
Mrs, Dr. NichoU wasoti the streets
the fore part of the week for the tlrst
tltae since her severe attack ot la-Bfh'pe-
At the school board meetlilR Mon
day evening, Prof I'tterback ws ap
oiated at sH.'clal teasher of pen
luauship. The second week lu March aud
only one announcement for the
spring election, and that Is T. G
Lewis for constable.
The Union Pacific track layers are
pushing forward the work of laying
steel rails between Solomon aud 6a
(Una. Solomon Sentinel.
llr. Ludes, who has for some time
'been employed with the Katler Mer
cantile Co., has resigned his position
here lo accept an oiler iu Chicago.
Hon. A. J. Collins returned from
Topeka last, tfrenlug. He says the
grain hill formulated at the Salina
convention has passed both houses.
ilr. W. W. Irish, of ludlanaonclls,
has located in Ballna, and in com
pany with Wui. Jlogben will open
up In the grocery business about the
middle of March. They will occupy
Ihe room vacated by 6am. Pric?.
$ . 5
same tirices as the Ladies.
A nis'i temperance meeting will
be held at the Lutheran church to
morrow evening imiler the an pices
of the Good Templar's Society.
Mr.. J C. Lamar, of Itridgeporl
ilieil Monday, ami wan buried Tues
day. Mrs. John Howling, si"ter-in-law
to the deceased, attended the
M. Hamilton and C J. Ilo-coui, of
Kill", were looking over Kalina the
latter part of last week. They claim
Ellis is all right, and having a nice
Mr". Henry Putnam left for Den
ver lat .Sunday where -he and Mr.
riituam will make their home fur
some time in the future. Mr t'rip
pen accompanied her.
Uear Seitz received wonl from
Kiuil Arner that he -ailed Monday
for Lapland, from the New York
harbor. He expects to have his dis
play in Chicago by May 1st.
Mr. J- I Kuydam left for Chicago
Tuesday evening in repone to n
telegram annoiiiieiiig the death or
her brother, James McArthur, a
prominent contractor of that city.
Mr. Henry Foucli, who bus h
wpleudid farm just fix mile west of
.Salina, wan a pleasant caller last
Saturday. He nays his wheat It in
good condition yet, and he look for
a good crop this year.
Mr. J. H. Wright has brought his
family to Salina anil they have lo
cated on -1th and Walnut .Street. Mrs.
Wright is a Methodist and will be a
valuable aeceion to the church and
community. H' rkly Tidinij.
At a special meeting of the city
council Monday evening, J. Damn.
II. H. Sudeudorf ami A. L. Dodge
wreappoiiiteil at cnmmiHionerH to
eoudemu the ground needed to open
O-ikdale avenue from Jihulovu to
Mrc. (ilddeiiH viited her daughter
Ida at tlie Weleyan in Sillna Tue
day on Iter birthday ami suprifeil
her 'villi a prcent of x watch. Will
Thoma" of i'hico fupried hit nier
Lura. who it nlwo a Htudeutat . le
i Weleyan, with a like present on the
-amedcy for the Mime reason. O'fjt
I mini Ailriirnlc.
Tlu Tiniri welcomes Agent Fuller
and family to Herrington. hoping
they may feel a much at home here
a they "have done in Salina.
Conductor Slaj maker could be heard
to call out "alf aboard" on Joe IteeilV
train while Joe was attending the
Shrine at S-iliua, last week. llir
riny tmi Tiim.
Tuesday afternoon and evening an
elegant rain made the hearts of
every one happy in this county.
Cisterns were empty, and the wheat
needed rain, when lo, and behold it
came. This is not such a bad world
after all, even if vol' do hear some
1 always cnmplainiui;.
On Monday evening the Itepubli
cau club met and selected T. D
rritzpatrick, J. L. Uristow, and Fred
II. tjuincy to represent them at the
league meeting in Topeka tomorrow.
The prospects are that it will be the
largest meeting the league has ever
The Y. P. ri. C. K. of the Knglish
Lutheran Church have prepared a
necktie social, which will lie given
tonight at the residence of It. H.
! Dilile. An admission of fifteen
cents will be charged at the door
which will entitle you to a necktie
aud supper. Come one and all and
On March lltli, M. S. Price will
sell SO head of cattle for Mr. O. T.
Hamilton, at the I'liion Pacific stock
yards In Salina. A credit of eight
months time will be given, notes
drawings per cent interest. This is
a line opportunity to secure stock as
mist of the cattle are young. Among
the number are 1-yearling steers, IT
two year old steers, aud 'S three
Mr. Johnson has been reading
proof on the advertising curtain at
tlie opera house, and prints the fol
lowing In his last week's Sun : The
advertising curtain 'of business
houses) at the opera house has four
glaring errors. "Prescription" is
spelled without tlie in the last syl
lable, "Grocers" without the r in the
first syllable, etc. The artist ought
to be made to do the job over again.
From the Urookville Earth:
Tamp Chapmau att'y at law, came
up from Snllna Tuesdty to plead for
Mr. Poitlewalte iu his trial with
Mrs. T. C. Parker, came up rrom
1 Salina Saturday to spend Sunday
with her daughter Mrt. C. H. Hall.
I Lee Maxey, general Agent Kausat
1 Mutual Life association, in compa
I ny with Henry Gentry, gave the of
t flee a pleasant call yesterday.
The BinillDg countenance of Joe
Moore, lit up our streets on Tuesday.
He was here in the Interest of James
Elgin in hi suit against F. M. Post
elwaite. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller aud
daughter, ot Sheffield, Mo. returned
home Monday morning, after a visit
of a Tew days with Mr. aud Mr.In
graham. Mr. Miller, was at one time
foreman of the round house at this
place aud subsequently at Junction
City. Hs is now engineer runDing
out of K.C.
Report of the Smolau school Dia.
No. 24, Saline Co. Kan., for the
fourth month, ending Mch.3,1693.
Enrollment males 20, females 14,
totI 34. Number not tardy, 2G. Sel
ma MalUpn, John Mattson, and
Bertha Holmquistlinye been neither
absent nor tardy. Visitors t.
ffAssA. M. Ekstband, Teacher
shoes cut to
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The Brodboll company played to
aa Immense audience Monday eve
ning, there bring 1000 persona In the
opera house. Notwithstanding the
rain, the house was full Tueday
night to fee'HurrOak." Lsft night
they played "His Lordship" to a
tplendid i.inlleiice. They will be
here all week, and Salurday afler
noou wilt give a 10" Matinee, pre
senting each person present with a
ssck of candy. This company al
ways does well in Salina.
The funeral services of Mrs. Gertie
Hamler were held at the M. E.
Church lat Sunday afternoon at L'30
o'clock. Mrs. Hamler died on Fri
day at 11 o'clock, a. m., after a short
nines-. Her husband was sick at
their home iu Ottawa, Kansas, at
the time of her death, and could not
be pre-ent during her sickness. It
wa-i a very sail death, made more so
by the fact that the young couple
had been married but about two
The A. O. U. W. grand lodge, of
Kaii'-a", met at Hutchinson, latt
week. New grand officers were elect
ed us follows: Matter .Workman, E.
E Murphy, of Leavenworth; Fore
man, W. M. Wallace, of Kingman;
Overseer, li F. 15 alley, of Parsons;
Recorder, E. M Forde, of Emimria:
Receiver, E. A. Heck, of Topeka;
Guide, M. Delano, of Frankfort;
Watchman, Hugh Stewart, of Coun
cil Grove; Steward, I) D. Cassill, of
liellville; Graud Med. Director, Dr.
A. W. McKiuuey, of Hutchinson.
An Intertlnc Cue.
Sometime ago Dr. Jenny, as a
member of the state board of health,
had Dr. Phillips arrested for neg
lecting to report the deaths that oc
curred In his practice, aud the caBe
came up for trial iu Justice Bishop's
court last Saturday. Bishopifc Burch
appeared for Dr. Phillips, aud Coun
ty Attorney Loviit for Dr. Jen
ney, the prosecuting witness. Dr.
O'Brien, secretary of the slate board
of health was the principal witness
on behalf of Ihe stale. The question
involved wat to determined the
powers ve-ted iu tlie slate board of
health, but owing to Imcoaiplete re
cur It on the part of the board, the
case was dismitscil.
All Iiupurtant tale.
Bills are out announcing a public
sale at the old Wiggins farm just
wett of Jonas Heulleld's place, of a
llin- lot of horset, cattle, hogs, implement-',
etc: the property of C. J. and
G. E Peck. 'Ihe sale will be Lcld
one week from to-day, March lUth,
and C. Post aud W. It. Gels will act
as auctioneers. A credit of 8 months
time will be given at (J per cent, in
terest, on sums over $10 00. There
will be "old 15 head of horses and
millet; .V) head of cattle, among
which are some fine milch cows, 10
three year old steer", 13 two year old
steers, and 10 yearliugsteers, 33 head
of hogs are to be sold, betides a fine
lot of farming implements. This Is
one of the be-'t sales this spring, aud
some fine stock will be oflered.
Front 11 r. ttltlilniiti.
Many citizens here will remember
Mf. Frederick Ciishmaii, who n few
years ago made Salina his home for
time little time. He made his head
quarters while here at the Pacific
Hmi-e, and wa.t, aud Is now, a firm
believer In Saliua's future prosper
ity. At will be seen by his card he
it now a resident of Austin, Texas.
Austin, Ti:., Mar. 2 1893.
Dear Sir: Please inform me when
my subscription to your paper ex
pires. I wish to avail myself
to avail myself of
your oiler for
the "Jol'U.vai. and
I wat a subscriber to the"7craW
under Haniic and the "JocitNAi."
under Sampson nml under your
charge the Joi'HN.vi. fully equals
Your "Annual" was fine. As a
"Union Soldier" I approve of your
political course and most especially
at concerns the Populists. Having
landed interests in Saline County, I
am interested in Its prosperity.
Yours, Fkkiikkick E. Cusiijiax.
Worlil' FhIt Ciimtiilft'lonrift.
The appointment of the Kansas
World's fair commissioners was an
nounced by the governor Monday
morning. The gentlemen who will
serve on this important board are as
First District George W. Glick,
Second District H. II. Kern, Bon
ner Springs, democrat.
Third District L. P. King, Wiu
Fourth District T. J. Auderson,
Fifth District A. P. Collins, Sa
Sixth District Mrs. M. A. Clark,
Seventh District M. W. Cobun,
Great Bend, populist.
As to the appointment of Mr. Col
lins, of Salina, for the Fifth district,
no better man could have been
selected. He is capable, energetic,
and a representative man in every
way, aud will make an excellent
commissioner. The governor puts
him down as a prohibitionist, which
is not correct. He is a iwiptilist.
The JorKXAt. is glad to see Mr. Col
We clip the follow. ng items from
the Lindsborg Xcwi:
Cards are out announcing tlie wed
ding of Miss Anna E Nelson to Mr.
Erlaud E. Hogluud, March 9th.
Our genial frieud Joe Pendletou is
in the city this week, visiting rela
tives aud friends. He is an excellent
musician and his services are always
iu demand. He will travel with the
Wallace show during the summer,
for which he commands a good
The Salina paper mill will double
its capacity, by adding another paper
machine aud also puttlug in rotaries
for conking the straw iustead of the
open tubs uow used. The mill is do
ing a splendid business, and hence
the ueceuslty foriucreasingcapacity.
Kben Carl-son brought a wagon
load of of farm products to town the
other day which netted him $302 50
and it wasn't a very large load
either. Who can beatit? And that
is not tlie only remarkable thing
about this product. Eben had 12
acres of alfalfa from whic he har
vested 3 crops of hay, aud threshed
79 bushels of seed which sold for
about $474.00. It was a load or this
seed the foregoing refers to. The
seed alone will just about pay the
value of the land. Surely Eben
makes a better agriculturalist than
Tlie next session of the association
will be held at 1 o'clock p. m. Red
Mens Building Salina March 25.
Same program as last month. All
the teachers of the county should be
present. Teachers that can attend
the association and do not, should
suffer for It. A. C. HiLLMAN.
160 acre Farm, 12 miles from Sa
lina, only $600, If Mold soon J. Dcx-
TkSa!laa iapr Mill to Be Enlarged,
anil IU Capacity Doubled.
Mr. Peterson, the genial secretary
or the Salina Paper Manufacturing
compauy Is authority for the Infor
mation that his company will great
ly enlarge their already complete
paper nilll this spring, so as to in
crease the capacity of the mill. It is
about the same thing to Salina aa a
new paper Mill, as a three story
building will be erected, another
paper machine put In, flue globe
bleachers 14x14 feet, holding about
seven tons of straw, will take the
place of the oen vats they uow use,
and three more beaters will be ad
ded, iu all the improvements will
amount to about $30,000 The change
li made so that two grades of paper
can be made without stopping to
change the entire machinery, aa Is
the case while only one machine is
iu use. The capacity will be greater,
and much time saved that has here
tofore been consumed iu changing
the machine to manufacture the dif
ferent grades of paper demanded by
their trade. This la one of the largest
mills lu the west, aud when the con
templated improvements are made
Saliua's paper mills will be her
31. Salomon Dead.
Death came very suddenly Mon
day evening to M.Solomon. He had
beeu attending to business all day as
usual, and about 5 o'clock, left his
office aud went up towu. Me got
shaved about 4 o'clock, and was In
his usual health apparently. After
supper while sitting in his office be
complained of feeling uuwell.aud
was advised by a friend to consult a
doctor, which he promised to do.
'He tilled his pipe for an evening
smoke, sat dowu iu his chair, aud
without a murmur fell backward
aud died. About two weeks ago he
had a sinking spell, but rallied, and
complained but little of feeling un
well since. He has beeu iu Salina
for about eight years, aud was known
as the Texas grain man. Ills broth
er In Texas was notified, and arrived
yesterday. His fuueral will occur
to-day, and he will be burled in Sa
lina. He owned the reed mill iu
the rear or bis grain office, and an SO
acre tract of land northwest of the
Almutt a AVreclc.
One day last week while the wind
wat blowing at a hurrlcaue gate
from the north, a crew going east on
a U. P. freight were badly frightened
between Salina and New Cambria.
It was noticed by them that the top
of one of the freight cars was loosen
ed, and every gust of wind would
cause it to raise from the car a little
higher. They could not slgual the
engiueer to stop, as the top of the
car obstructed their view, aud to
add to their distress the train was
Hearing the Cambria bridge that
spaus the Saline, when the top of the
car would certainly come in contact
with the bridge, and in all probabil
ity wreck the train. While waiting
lu uncertainty, and observing If pos
sible a good opportunity to jump
from the train before reaching the
bridge, a tremendous gust of wind
came along and tore the entire top ot
the car loose depositing it some
distance rrom the track on the
grouud, aud a few moments later
tlie train passed over the bridge in
safety, much to the relief of those In
charge of the tralu.
Butter, Kcc and I'oaltrjr.
It Is surprising to notice the amount
of money that goes out every month
to the farmers of Saline Couutyfor
butter, eggs aud poultry. Last
month the firm or Fiudley & Co.,
paid out over $11 000 for these pro
ducts of the farm, over one-half of
which went directly to the farmers
of this county alone. It is shipped
to New York and eastern markets,
and the fact that such firms areul
ways here with plenty of money to
pay for all the produce that can be
brought here for sale, Is stimulating
to the producers to pay more atten
tion to these profitable lines. Salina
is becoming ,a great market point,
and Is as good to-day as Kansas City
or any Missouri river point. Fiud
ley fc Co's., business at Salina Is
under the direct management of Mr.
A. T. Hawkins, who isan experience
produce man, aud is pushing the
business as fast as possible. The
firm is contemplating in the near
future erecting a cold storage plant
here and making this their head
quarters for all central aud western
Mr. Lije Vandenberg has moved
to towu. Also Mr. John Kephart.
Mr. R. M. Barber has moved into
the building property which be
bought some time ago.
Miss Florence Lash has been quite
nick with sore throat but is recover
ing. The Robbing Merchandise Co., is
moving into the Nelson corner
which will be very convenient for
their style of business.
The Welsh Bros, hardware furni
ture etc., is moving into the Osborne
Saturday was a good business day.
Plenty of teams iu towu aud plenty
of people with the teams.
John Skurm, of Culver, was a cal
ler on Tuesday.
On March 1. Mr. A. D Blanchard's
wife presented blm with a fine girl.
Mrs. Winn, or Belnit, is visiting
her sister Mrs Blanchard.
March 2 Mr. U. S. Garten died and
was burjed In the Bennington
Cemetery with Pythian honors.
Grant having been our D. D. This
was a lire marred by no meanness or
character, he was respected by all
who knew him. Peace be to his
ashes. The family have the sym
pathy of the entire community in
Lew Corlis Is the most impudent
roan in town now its a boy. Boy
and Lew both doing as well as could
Our Veterinary Surgeon Dr. J.
Benner is kept quite busy travelling
over the entire county, the Dr. re
putation as a skillful surgeon is se
cond to none in this part of the
AdTertlted Letter LUt.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for In the Post Office Salina. Ks., for
the week ending Mar. 7, 1893.
Peck Mrs Ljdla.
Frank J M
Uonlen J E
Almy V D
Tfants H A
M liter J no W
Olon Gait U
Roolson A J
Third Class Matter
Publisher of Womsnj Mission Star
W. H. John box, P. M.
Several choice residence proper
ties, now at bargains at J. Duncan's.
Children Cry for
THB HOKSE IHDDSTttY.
Saline Conatr t the Front Willi Trotter
aa Well as Draft Bone.
Among the most prominent breed
era of horses In the west Is our towns
man Mr. A. E. Ransom proprietor or
the "Smoky Hill" stock farm locat
ed nine miles north or this city. Ten
years ago he realized the importance
of improving the horse stock or
Western Kansas and while on a trip
back to Ohio, he purchased and
brought to Salina the standard bred
stallion "Brunswick Chief" 1G401
whose first colt, Blonde, bred by
Mr. L. F. Parsons or this county se
cured a record or 2.21 In 1S92. In 1SS7
feeliug that an outcross for the fillies
by Brunswick Chief was needed, he
went to Kentucky and purchased
"Johannes" 6153 and "Broadwell"
GCS1, both sons or the great "Prin
ceps" 53G, sire of thirty seven trotters
with records from 2.14 to 2.40, and
both out of daughters or the equally
great "Volunteer" 53, sire or thirty
three with records from 2.1 14 to 2 30.
Realizing the demand that the pub
lic is making for developed speed
combined with fashionable breeding,
aud perfect Individuality, he dispos
ed of all his stallions except ene (A
Wilkes) and last rail went East
again, purchased and brought back
"Mambrino Medium" 55U5, race
record 2 2SU. This horse is eight
years old this spring, and besides
being a first class individual he is
bred in the purple, being sired by
Happy Medium 400, sire or the peer
less "Nancy -Hanks" 2.04, and eighty
two others with records rrom 2.10'j
to 2.30. His dam Is a producing
daughter or .Matubrino Champion
5130, sire or Molly Long 2.204, etc.,
and he by Mambrino Chief 11, sire
or Lady Thorne 2.1814. His second
dam is by Alexanders Norman 25,
sire or Lula 2 15, and others. A tab
ulated pedigree or Mambrino Med
ium can be had upon application,
and every cross iu his veins will
show they are speed producing. He
will go iuto active training July 1st
and Mr. Ransom expects to give
him a record right at 220.
While East Mr. Ransom purchas
ed or Cecil Bros., Danville, Ky., the
black two year old colt "George
Parsons" 17.937, sired by George
Willis, 17,777 record 2.2H4. This
is a first class individual iu every
respect aud probably the best bred
two yearold stallion in Kausas. His
sire Is by Belmont C4, sire of Nut
wood 2 IS1.;, and forty others with
records from 2.15'4 to 20, and his
dam is by George Wilkes 2 22, sire of
Harry Wilkes 2.13J, Guy Wilkes
2 154, aud eighty otheis with rec
ords from 2 1C'4 to 3J50. George Par
sous' dam Is Jewella by Mambrino
Startle, sire or nine with records or
2 15 to 2.30, aud he Is a full brother
to Majolica 2.15, aud Miss Majolica
--.. Parsons' second dam was
"Jewell'- the dam of Gambetta Wil
kes 2.22,'.., Count Wilkes 2 252. The
King 2.2!l'.i, aud Jewmoiit 230.
Space forbids a further extension of
bis breeding, but suffice it to say
that every cross in his pedigree has
sired aud produced trotters in tlie
2.30 list. Eight producing dams are
fouud in his pedigree aud five or
them are iu tlie great brood mare
list. He Is a born trotter as his
breeding would indicate. Both he
and Mambrino Medium will be
brought in rrom Mr. Ransom's farm
In a few days and all lovers or the
horse are cordially Invited to call at
his barn on IHh street and Inspect
The county assessors held their
annual meeting at the court house
Monday afteruoou. Theodore Swartz
was chosen chairman and W. H.
The following was agreed 011 as a
scheludefor the ensuing assessments:
Horses, one-third value, except
Mules, one-third value.
Cattle, one-third value.
Sheep, one-third value.
Hogs, one-third value.
Stallions, Jacks and bulls, 20 for
every $1 charged for insurance.
The entire grain sohelude was
changed rrom a certain or cents per
bushel to the following rates:
All wheat at one thiid its value
less its transportation. Corn, oats,
rye, barley, millet seed aud hay
were all put at the same ratio as
All moneys, mortgages, notes etc.,
were put at the ratio of oue third
Implements and all other personal
property not mentioned in the above
lists to be left to the judgment of as
sessors and to be assessed at the
same rates as those articles upon
which a fixed valuation has been
Real estate is the tame as last as
sessment, except any changes that
may occur in improvements.
It was suggested that the county
commissioners have notices printed
and posted up In public places and
have same charged lo the county.
Eight carloads of wheat were ship
ped from this place last week.
Nets Beck, Esq., residing Vt
miles west of this place will have a
Bale today (Thursday.)
Jake Bscbafer, of New Cambria,
was out visiting In the vicluity cf
Smolau Sunday and Monday.
The entertalument at Luudberg's
scboolbouse baa been postponed un
til the 9th Inst; a good time is ex
pected. A young men's society meets at
Saiemsburg the first Mouday of each
month. The new Church will have
gas light and other improvements.
A mason has been employed at 8
It is rumored that a Lutheran
church will be at Smolau next fall
by members who have left the
church at Saiemsburg.
Rev. C. Wallen will be surprised
next Friday evening, he is very pop
ular In the community.
Swan Brodlne has been suffering
from a lame back, but has recovered.
Ida Linholia and Fiua Shogren
are in Salina learning dress-making.
Chas. Johnson has been making
such regular trips to Salina lately,
that it begins to look suspicious.
Spring work has already begun.
A. G. Eklund has moved to Salina.
Count Pocod' Aiujento.
To the Pobllc
Prof. H. Hlrschberg. the well
known Eye expert of 629 Olive street,
SU Louis, Mo. and 30 E. 14th street,
New York, wishes to inform bU
many friends and patrons of Salina
and vicinity that he will be at the
store of bia agent. F. K. Baler Mcb.
6 11th. adjust bis celebrated Non
changeable Spectaclesand Eye-glasses
to all In need or them. Consulta
tion free. Mcb. 4.
Best rates of Interest now to be
bad on loans,-having the agency or
several companies can suit you best.
No delay. J. Duncan.
ClaMM are spending the few weeks
prior to examinations, in a very
Lang and Diesoth, of Wilson, and
Ed. Irvln, ol Dorrance, expect to
leave ror their home Saturday, the
addition thereby losing three or the
greatest "fellows" on earth.
Notice tlie parody by McKcaver,
in this week's Journal, which was
delivered before the Philharmonic
at their program on February 22.
This society is developing taleut al
most worthy the "noggin" of any
Senior or Junior, and the members
thereof being preps, will also be
seniors, by and by.
Lawhorn, as the result or a tumble
iu the chapel, Monday eveuing,
found it necessary to carry with hliu
Carhart, in playing the part of a
good 8amarltan, was greatly sur
prised to behold the "corpse" get up
The Commercial room Is now a
model of neatness and excellency,
and ot which our Professor Roach is
R. W. Duff, who has been suflering
with a swelling or tlie glands ot the
neck, is to undergo an operation, to
The ladles entertalument and sup
per was well patronized, aud is
spoken of as the graudest social
event of the season. The manipula
tion or their Indian Clubs was done
as by a body or veterans; their
movements and marchings were
made as with oue accord. They
were beautifully costumed iu black
and white, aud did not scare at the
firing or a pistol, while many or the
geutleman did, and Carhart called
ror help, or course the gentlemanly
trainer. Prof. Hacgerty, deserves
praise, for ability aud will iu so
training the young ladles iu so short
a'.tlme. And then, as the Professor
has said, swinging Indian clubs is
not the only thing in which they can
excell. Tlie other Is cooKlug, and
Carhart, Wilkes aud Poccau testify
to that, Carhart eat so long that he
had to be driven away. Of course
every oue had a good time, and went
A letter was received this week by
a friend, rrom H. C. Smith, in which
e says lie will iu all pinbability re
turn next term. As a voice of the
others, we tlucerely hope he will do
Town rolks were in attendance at
the Ladies Entertalument.
Some time since two young ladles
developed the bad habit of coughiug
and sneezing iu the reading room,
and a sympathetic male frieud sent
them a box of Loote Bros, cough
drops, although ueglectiug to sign
The lads aud lasses have changed
aroutid considerably during the past
few weeks. Possibly all for the best.
And now to his supremacy, tlie
editor-in-chief or the Advance. It
does seem that your having all the
advautageover the preps, should be
some what more sympathetic We
have been told, that in by-gone dtys,
when you was a prep., there were
many outlandish praukt laid at the
door or your crowd, such as prept. ol
today would not be guilty or doing.
Pray remember that you'are setting
us a bad example, and that when we
are serious, we will ever keep In
rememberauce our days or fredom,
and instead of shoving underfoot,
attempt to lift up the prept. or the
The Doctor was delighted with the
Ladles Entertainment, Monday eve
ning. The rain Tuesday has set the
Bachelor's thinking of puttiing out
Prof. Roach burned the by-wavs of
the addition Monday.
The club house vas serenaded one
night of last week.
We are glad to say that little Dick
Lockwood hat fully recovered, ami
will soon be out, which fact is hailed
with delight by his playmates.
Robt. See removed his family to
his city residence this week. Mitt
Nora, wc understand is staying with
Mist Minnies, her chum, for the
balance of the year.
Mist Atta Baldwin lias be?n sick
during tlie past two weeks, but is
The next program of the Philhar
monic will be giveii upon the 20th.
A base ball game was played at
Magnolia, Saturday, our battery as
sisting the Magnolia tam.
To Hester Ann, we will say, that
011 that uneventful evening, we
were suddenly atltlcted with an at
tack or heart failure, and ventured
not out. But, my dear friend, iu
female disguise, if you will call at
our room Friday evening at a more
reasonable hour, $:;), we will give
you a hearing, and sign terms of
surrender. We have hoped for days
for a bloodless settlement, so come
unharmed. S. S. Q. P.
Whro JULy m sick, w earn her Cartorio.
Wlirn she wax a CliiM, kh criiil for CatnrU.
Wlxrn hf t-un" Mts rhr rlirnc to Cntria.
Vhen she had ChlMnrn, she gave tbm C&xturio.
A Victory for Salina.
Properly, adjusted spectacles and
eye pastes are "omUiIng Unit the
people of Salimi liai lone been in
need of. Prof. H. llirecliuertf the
well known Eye expert of Ci) Olive
street, 8t- Loui. Mo , ami .".0 K 14th
street. New York, lias appointed K.
K. llaler agent for his celebrated
Non-Changeable Spectacle aud Eye
Glasses, where a complete asort
ment can always be found. Prof. H.
H. Hirscliberg will remain In Salina
Mch. 0 to lltli and all those in need
of properly adjustild spectacles and
eye-glases should avail themselves
of this opportunity. Consultation
free. Mch. -J.
CoukIiIiii; Lead o Consumption.
Kemp's Italsam stops the cough at
Mr. 00. IT. Turner
Worst Case of Scrofula the
Doctors Ever taw
Gtplrtelv Curtd. fry ROOD'S
"Tfhen I wi 4 or 5 jrwri old I had a serot
!oqs tor oa the nitidis finttr ot ay left tucd,
which rt so bad that ths doctors cut ths
enrr ofl.snd later took o3 mors than hilt mj
Then ths sore broke out on my ana,
came oat od ay neck and tats on both sides.
Dearly destroying ths sleht ot one eye. also
oa ay ilfht arm. Doctors said tt was ths
Worst Case of Scrofula
ecyarsrsaw. Itwasalassly awfal! Firs
year fobxaa to take Hood's SanapirUht.
GradaaHy I found that the sores were begln
elat to heaL I kept on tin I had taken tea
botfles. tea Jattarst Just think ot what a
return I cot for that tnTestaentt A tba
taav4 ywr ceaitf Yes, many thousand, if or
tbo pasta ytarsItaTS hadcosona. I
Work all the Time.
Before. I eaI4 Am w wark. I know not
what to say stronf eaoajh to express ay fjat
trade to Hood's (tarsapartna for my perfect
enrs." Giorob W. Tckszx. farmer, Oa
way. Saratoga comity, W. Y.
HoOQ-S) PlLLS aat wtskra. bus tit
lleaalaWllisiU'Ti Tiyuesa. ssa.
x. uflt-TBv 1 i
What shall stay
say Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian
cod liver oil
and soda has cured us of consumption in its first
stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading
to consumption? Make no delay but take
Scott's Emulsion cures Coughs,
Colds, Consumption, Scrofula,
and all Anaemic and Wasting
Diseases. Prcverts wasting In
Childron. Almost at palatable as
rallk. Get only ihe crnntne. Pre
pared by Pcott A Eowae, Chemists, New
York. Sold by all Druggists.
jjj S P E CgA. O I.BSjy
11 pair of lilt
r it .-r. 1 3
VkgSffi&S Prof. Hirschberg, ?
i$ 'S?!&' expert, who will twin Salina, Kana. March filht.i llthat
JJ?" ut the store of K. K. H.UKIt. nml Imxethi-iil tit!,! with a
will in a short time receive a large invoice
of new spring: stylos ING-RAIN, BRUS
SELS, HEMP and RAG- CARPETS, MAT
TINGS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c, all of
which will be sold lower than they can be
bought elsewhere, and don't you forget it.
We Mean What We Say.
We have a nice line of Heating and Cooking
Stoves, which we are closing out very-cheap.
RUSTLER F1NISHE COMPANY,
Hosodale Park, Salina, Kansas.
I'rtoliltliint or Ieirrt
The following resolution were
passed Tue-day, Feb is, ISM by Cpu
don Lodge No. ,", Iv. of P.:
Whkukas, The Supreme CIibii
eelnr of the iinier.-e h 11 taken from
our mitM our beloved brother and
Sir Knight tieo. F. Supple on Sun-
ilay, l-eb. Iti, lVMut :; o'clock a. in.
Wiiki:i:as, That while this lodge
has lo-il through the ileuth of Itro.
Supple itt) pre-ent I). I). It C. nml
also its able ami ellicetit M. of F.
m lia alio his lainUy Io.st 11 loving
husband nml a kind father and sup
porter, n well :ii the community an
honored mul highly respected citizen
therefore be it
Ilrnolvrtl, That this lodge tender to
the family of our lute brother Geo.K
Supple our he-irtfelt and knightly
sympathy in this their hour of be
reavmeut nml sorrow, ami be it
Hi Solent, Th.it hi memory a, nil
able ami a worthy officer and member
of tills lodge, we will ever cherish
the memory of his active duties ami
steady iiiilliuchiiig labors on behalf
of this lodge ami order in general,
aud be it futher
Iltmilrnl, That the charter of this
lodge be draped iu the usual manner
of mourning for thirty days, a copy
of the-- resolutions be sent to the be
reaved family of our late brother
ami one page of our record set aside,
and these renditions be engrossed
upon it, ami also that these resolu
tion be published iu the Spri'i of
Myrlli, Daily Ilijiiililican ami w'eek
1 journals of this city.
ft". t KI.KCK.
S. (). MAMiKltllACH.
f J. A. liOTTHIIAI.I..
Pupils (irftdiiatiou Examination
will be held at New Cambria, Gyp
sum, Asaria nml iiavaria April .,
commencing at S A. M.
A. C. Hi i.i.man. Co. Supt.
Wntititig to renew
your Loan call
WE PAY SPOT CASH
For Hutler, Eggs ami Poultry all
the time ami want Poultry now at
higher prices than heretofore. Far
mers should raise more this year
than ever before as we are a market
for the-ie goods Call ami see 11 be
fore you sell. Yours Itespectfully.
KIXIU.KY & Co.
Hash Hullding, 1st door north of
I100111 1, drier Illock,
Salina, - Kansas.
Tlie followtn l a partial 111 of the many
pn:rtlr we hate mi our buok fur nate anj
exchange. II riu ilon't what yon want
te ure urn I rail on mnntl we will nml It fur
Should yon hare an.i thin: fur n!eor trmle
or money to loan, or hoti-is lor rent, nr wnnt
n to n. or rent n Imsim. or want Are and life
niMiraiire.riiiion n. iioKiiornietclianl.e
lo trade, tae whl for iwn-reMut, ac
fcowleiltfintnti l UeeiN anil other document
"NTn KQ I'i'"' lirlrkdwelllnsandframe
llUi JO atldltl'm. li room, well. cllrro,
tahle, tmJe trt.-.; lot IiVtII'1, clo- to bul
nis. welt tt!il m lhljorhootl. I'rlre jiij;
halt CHti, Irtlanr on time to ult buyer.
tJn RR 2torv frunedwelllnxiifilroomi,
lUi UvJ rloet. anlry.c-llar.wrll,cltern
etc. lot VixS'l on South lantaFe ae.; hade.
tr-e. Ii!u xn.. fine neighborhood. Trice.
Mill, eay teniK.
?.T CD Vt torr frame dtttlllne of 5
lUi JV room., will. )ounz f rult trte, 2
loin, Jmu irtt earn. Hal, if. cnicKen Iioumt,
etc I'rlre l-iii, Imlfra-li. Imlanecon time.
fJrt fil ' '"ry frame dwelllngof 7room,
llU UJ. rlif-i. ikintry. well, cltrn. Mai
houe. tulle. !! and inilt tree: lot i:Ju!7J
feel.eloe torhjrrli and M'linoN. fine neigh
borhood. Prlee f jfi cah, or fllul, part cah
and part time -a map.
T RCi i l"t Vl' A-et enrhto nll'y.t );
XMUi UU alMjJlot'xlV,ft ea-h to alley
mi;liinmi rramUnel!lus. cellar, well,
stable, lot .'ml IV. I'"); L-ood bargains.
XT TJA Sroumdwelllnr.ZroornspapeTed,
11 Ui It lotlurj. rl.eto Mtln.M, a;
S"J'Jcah, balance on time at T percent.
"Wr. 7K I Iot for .; ;ioU for fiV); 3 lots
il 0 IV for IVO in well M-ttled neighbor
hood. W lit sell all toother or n-parately, !
ra.ti, balance on tiro-, or will exchanee for
clljr orfarrn property and pay cah difference.
U Ol R ! acres siifcly loam and rolling
JLlUt ClWl land. nncrescultlrated.Ci)acre
ralurr. 3 wlrv, 1-, otiiry Irame house, ham.
Itp apple trees, farm watered by xpriim. 3
mile lo railroad town. I'rlre M'U; il cash,
balance on time at T ami s icr cenflntret.
TJn 017 I'Wacrrslinttomaiiil rolllngland
11 Ui LiLt iiacretrulllYated, small frame
hot; Mr, well, etc, P, milts to good railroad
town. Price, i3U; part caili. balance on
fJn QAC !6,1 rrcs, nearly all working
11 Ui tiAJ land, wtor houte, lower Morr
tone, upper frame. lower rooms ntilhed;
tone hed, 41XJH. Iioartl roof; irt acres broken,
W ecrts In wheal, lot of fruit am shade tree,
water for IUo cattle the year around. Price
f l"),ctearof enbumbrance. terms easy.
"KTn OAR Itt! teres, part bottom, balance
ilU. cttV rolling. ", acres broken, V
acres In wheat. J$ goes to buyer, frame boate,
2 rooms, plenty of fruit, npplu. pearhes,
plums and cherries, well and spring. Price
Ji.j0, only 7 ralles from Salina,
That dreaded and dreadful disease!
its ravages? Tlwusands
and hypophosphites of lime
DELAY IS DANGEROUS.
value your cyelsht? If call uiitl rtnutt
F. K. BAIER, Sole Agt. for Salina.
No Charge for Consultation.
Twenty-two Kentucky jacks just
arrived and 011 sale at Harris &
I. Isle's stable, Hutler, Mo. This is
our eighth shipment of Ky. jacks to
itates county. We have luoro extra
large mammoth jacks than ever be
fore. Knowing that the demand
here is for extra bone, weight, style
and action and supeilor breeders, we
have taken especial pains to supply
that demand. The majority of these
jacks are over 15 hands, high, black
with white points. Thoso desiring
jacks will do well to see this stock
We also have two good stallions for
sale. All this stock will be sold low
for cash. Address, 3-t.
D. A. & II. H. fot.YKlt. Hutler, Mo.
uooir.se i' It k.
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparllla
cures, Its proprietors make no Idle or
extravagant claim. Statements from
thousands of reliable people of what
Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for them
conclusively prove the fact Hood's
Hood's Pills act esiecially upon
the liver, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural duties, euro constipa
tion ami assist digestion. 1 IU.
Found the reason for tlie great
popularity of Hood's Sarsaparllla
simply this: Hood's cures. He sure
to get Hood's, W).
Send 25 cents to dav for year's sub
scription to flur YontU. Address,
Clemens Pub. Co., Sail Francisco,
English Spavin liiinmtnt removes
all hard, soft or calloused Lumps
nml Hlemlshes from horses lllooil
Spavin, Curbs, Splints, King Hone.
Sweeney, Stllles, Sprains, Sore and
Swollen Throat, Cough, etc. Save
$50 by use of one bottle. Warranted
the most wonderful Illemish cure
ever known. Warranted by
SI 110 ICnward.
I beg to adviso my patrons and
neighbors that there are several ped
dlers traversing the country claim
ing to tie Mr. Hirschberg, or connect
ed with him iu business, and trying
to imiKise upon the public at large,
bv ollering an Inferior class of spec
tacles and Eye-Olases for Hirscli
berg's Diamond aud Non-Changeable
Spectacles and Eye-(ila"ses, Do not
be deluded by such impostors, their
representations are false. My goods
are not handled by "Peddlers." as we
have local agents. A reward of $100
will be giveii to anyone securing the
name aud whereabouts of such par
PitOF. H. HlKM'HCKKO,
V,-i Olive Street. St. Louis. Mo.
and No. 30, E. U St. New York.
Protect Your Kjrea.
Consult Prof. Hirschberg tlie well
known St. Louis aud New York op
tician who will be in Salina Kansas,
Marcn 0 to lltli at the store of F. K.
Baler sole ageut for his Non-changeable
Spectacles and Eye-glasses for
Salina Kans. No crarge for consul
LUTT GROCERY CO.
123 North SantaFe.
"We will sell to you for
cash or produce.
1 pail best Syrup $ .55
Prices on other syr
up in proportion.
18 lb gran sugar 1.00
24 lb New Orleans
Dried Peaches 12 lb 100
Dried Apples 12 lb 1.00
Best California Rai
sins 12 lb
Dried Grapes 16 lb
Prunes 10 lb
Gal. can Pineauple
"We have a large varietur
of canned goods which we
sell at lOcts. each. Re
member we guarantee our
We will sell you
at $1.50 per bushel
LUTT GROCERY CO.,