2S. 3D. SAFSQIET.
AT SAUNA, KAN8A8.
ifrKt-ua Iim Are,lhreo doors eat of
HATES OF BUBSCHTPTIOS
pea en wilt.
I 100 PITS iBtBOa
I -J I Qoartor catena-. 4tS
M I Haif eatat
res two wxm-
One lac I 1 M I Flrolacbea $
Thraa laahaa S S9 gaH eotajaa M
Feorlarbra 4 I WhoJo eolaaaa W 0
roa nin wxtata.
n. luk I tot I Iln
Two Uekra. 3 Qasjur eotav
rv.ik i u I Half talaxa
FWr Inrbra T I What mUM.
mi per wnxs.
lint lath -t !M I fin lah tft
Twetotbra . W aKMr,0,"B-H2
Tbrr loehra I M & otaJM ISM
Iw lacar- 7 W I Waota rataaaa 30 00
ran rtro aowra.
uw iii i w I ntt iMt tn
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rhraa lathe. HO I Mi
ill rataaaa .
run mn aean.
. 1Mb .. -
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Qaartrr eafcuaa It 00
Ualf mtana 3CO0
yihtlt wluaw- . SW
lav Ikbn .
I hire lactic.
mi ittln li" I Mtli "l
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nitwt ra. .
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I kivr '
lwttM rrJ, KCMBTtar
ur twIiuftMt-r. "He Jrar.lt
lj-l.cl !ktrM t ll Mr.
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tira cy4 a Mt
ar a4l AJitfltwl' r aHaaaJ Ibr ril
rf ul wv ital lMftla
ott'lOIAt. UOUWTY DIBfiOTOBT.
tV K vlwM, PMiX lMrk4. I caaatr
II Hwifr.Tblil IHttitrl, J
Jpli HtaLi Oouatyatik
jm Xuwr .roontj Attontj
tttat (Wur - ttarW
I.B IIiIm - Triaaortr
t V Rh4' Rffutrror DJ
I Wriirr- Count J- 8arrJor
1. A. Iafa-.... .SapariBttndrMftf PnMic Rcfeoah
r. J. B. Urotr . Coroaar
A. I' TeHlBa.
K K. Snnn,.
J II HrTKfltt,
-Jadf of Probata Coart
...CV rk of DUtrkt Coart
-Jadra Dlatiirt Coart
UFFIOIAIj city dibeotoby.
I W (Mwr- Slajar
Flnt Ward-Taylor MWf r. . A. W. Eod,
Brra4 ward Jm. WslalaSrr, Wat. Hofbea.
TblrJ Ward-U O. Wljbt, A. B. Dfektaaoo.
Isartli Ward-W. F. OHbrt, WHHa Brlatot.
I. M TulUt, Marahal
V D. Radrita. .Traaanrtr
f A IlWar. Cltj-AtWraaj
A. BooJl -. . PoHeaJudra
t E Baaro. Clark
' H SbiUft KoaJOtirtaar
Al Ht i'hlr( Pin Deaartatnt
Mtii or aoimn er inwcinaM.
Ftnt IHird-iJ.n.aibteBaDjii. P.Sapkle.
HenoJ Hanf JeoatbaaWcaTtr aad C. Ebt-
Tkkt rJ-W. B. Flaadara aad R A. Lotltt
fUrt Wtri-C. S. Conrad and K. U.Utbba.
AaotM TWrtttry K. WHaoa aad J. SI Andtr-
.Vo.l5 do .lBa.it.
No.IlI da VSOA.a.
N0.IU do 4.15 a, K.
So.M do 6.00 p. x.
No 117 do lt.WP. M.
N.MS arrltaa 11 M A. .
NoJM do t.UP.M.
No.ll do 8.40 P.M.
H0.IU do 4.15 r.M.
0.11 da S-tOjuK.
NollS do 24SP. a
KjlWdearta 7.10a. v. Ka.lM arrlna t-SoP.at
J. G. HOHLER,
ATTORNEY - AT - ZAW,
SAUIf A, KAHI4.
OSra ob Aah St., Utwrra fcth aad Mb atrtata.
r w aixaa.
Xi -A. "W YBES
'ULimtlti la all coarta la tha Stat
II Kaaaaa. Spelal aUtaUaa clTaa ts
tha Stata of
ittuoai, nniiMi I. lam n.annTniTii
J. W. JENNEY,
Ihtca m Ptoffita Block, Iroa Atasaa, Bailna,
Kaaaaa. Special attaatloa (trtn W dlaiam el
voBira aad chiMrta.
E. ,R SWITZER, M. D.,
(Hradnat of Hcaill Calroraltrt Hon
OFI-1CE la Commtrtlal Btock ortr HaaarS
boat aad abo iton. RraMr art wtat aad of
J OHN J. GETS,
Notary Publics and Conveyancer
USra ortr WbHrbaad A Eaaaua Bookftsro,
DR. R. E. NICKLES,
DEXTIST. FlMOoWHBfiatfUltr. AHr
OHal trtth.oa CaHuJatd. Rakbar aad SCataBlc
Ultra. MttrooaOxlda Clai adsrfakUnd for tha
oaica la Kothr Btork. (Npataira) Coratr SuM.
T aad Ireo Arraara.
F. H. SCHNEE,
DKNTIST. Farttralar aUaaUao (traa U th
praarrratiea of aalaral trrtb.
All Work Warraatal aaadCttara: Brav
OSca la A. P. Phatta bo&Uar, aatt door to
Baah A Sob a atort, SaaU Tf aranoa.
" WILMARTH & GILBERT,
Architects & Builders
ra prtparrd U
to uadrrtaka baUllac af aaf da
10a iroa ATBBae. am aoar raw o
0. T. HILTON'S
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable,
Nanta F Arrnnc, Ratlaa.
Harxt baardal br tha day or
D.M. Gillespie, M.D.
OFFICE AND BBSIDtlMCE
Sualharat rarstr of Ninth aad Seatb atrrala.
For Sale or to Bent.
WO Arrraaf Laad la SaMaaeoaatf, Kaaaaa awt,
aarHaa SI. ManMs It, aoeth ranr 3 ral.
JOHN P. MACK. Jr.,
MaraarMt. L 8., If lea.
S. C. SERVILLE.
HOWE, Sli-a, Freaeo aad Carrtaaa Paiatar.
MarUtetrrilttlBf aad paprr aaaitesdaaa
Kb. W Filth atraet, fiaHoa Xaaaaa.
feBt.es & Postlewalt, Preps.
Uppaatta tba Coart Houaa. SaHaa,KAo,
Free 'Bus to and fromTraln8.
TBEParlae Hoaao la a atw baBdiaxasd
UicatbarourtBl.Bca.o: a aratctaaa b
A rpaetetts oaatpM rooai baa baaa epaaad aad aj.
oppoaUtthB naatr beHdtan,wbrB twot boaji
cu.bo cbtatead at all tteaa wttaor TttacaS
rooa fittrnirtlca tasraaaa.
. . -. -i . " T-- "ram ooww - . -
Wa-as'' V PiKSJiil n ... V ' .'.J
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VOL XIV. SAIiNA, KANSAS, mmMrffirmk:-:. ! -.- , OTMBWl
f fim. Mwanffii
Battel Pirn f
Brsoght to UI aartlaa
BabaerlpUoaa racalrad for tba laadlat Italr;
Waaty aad MratU rtpora aad
G. A. SOLBERGf
Anerican, French ant Eilisl Mm.
Ordtr fram tba
LATEST STYLES &. FASHIONS
Ghood. 7ox3e ra.'y 3otto.
Shorn oa Saata Pa Araana,
Obar A IIiftniaBV
two danri aoath at
iid If UH AftlrJ,
Jitney to Loan an Approved Seat E
tatr Security at the Lowett Hate.
Ianraoe wrttlaa la tba foHawiat: toUd Com
IoaaraacaO). Korth Atr!caeta, t SJOTlf
NaraalBakBVdtUareaaUtt.,.. do lOJUSS
KlaaaiaM. do 1.780,419
IladevtSan AriT do SOifiil
PTejertT i Stl5 w Es5j Terms
Front Strut-tst Sn. S.lt.U.U.S. SO, 43,46,
47, 44, 45, 80. !,,..
Sacaad Strt4-LM Atad. L U E7 M 81 77 71
TBlrd btmt-Jiaai'iuHS 11 41 M la
Foarth StrHtrsSM.Ua SS IS St St S3 3t
ST SB 41 HSf Hm es CB 73 7S 77 n
177 1 1I7. " .
Fifth Btraat-Isiatairil M K 30 3 47 59 41
si 84 S3 aSlattlu.
SaaU Fa Atrcoa J.eti-Tlaa. 17 09 7 all ft 70 16
Saraath S treat tota Hoa.1 SC7 t 10 11 1(9171
XlththStraatlaU Not. t 40 41 OS C 121
Ptna6trtaV.UdKo.tl. Coonty FukIalBo4
Bartaalltiw 0) tot S Bad tot S.
All aaaohTGfe tTh8StjSaJ AddllUaralaa
toa la Joaeo aad CaJtaaaatltliri.
Xi JL3ST ID S
NE 8W1 ....
..aartlaa J7 tawaablp U taf 3
Jjnnd in Lincoln, Ottaua and
NmtWrlMC. Starr tana
do 100 do
da 4JO0 do
do S9S do
do 1,300 do
do 1J30 do
do 10 do
do SB0 do
do LOCO do
do 1,690 do
do BOB do
do 3,409 do
do -, do
do 10 do
do lBS do
do Sjm do
do 700 do
do Ijooo do
do lBO do
do 4,70 do
do 17 do
da 0 do
do a da
do t da
do S do
do i da
da 4 do
do 5 da
da X dn
do 13 da
do 111;, ISO
do lisa, loo
do 1133. 10
do list, 100
do nrr, too
do 1130, M0
do la, 100
do 1134, ISO
do ItSS, 100
da 1157, 00
do nss, TS
do IMS, SO
do 1174, CM
a HSt, SB
da USE, ITS
do 1183, SO
do 117, 154
do UK, 90S
do 11S0, 1SS
da UBS, SB
do UBS, HO
da UBS. 100.
do 18, M
do its, m
CRIPPEN, LAWRENCE & CO.,
SaliiiB, Kansas. '
g3pnmiltaaoPla3ioaajJQjntil oa shert
3tt. CBtfci,attU6lis. -t!
: ; - : ....,, ,i, ,,, i ...di mm tv-c?
. ' ' ' ' ' I I"' ... - II '... I -.
.... . ,:l-s-. C..A.
mm A WOOD EY2RMTS
I ron and Liead .Pipe,
Of crvry Aeactlpttaa..
made in all work per
taining to Water Pit
ting, from connecting
main to hydrant, to fit
ting np homes with wa
ter4 in the best of mod
ern style. Alsotake con-;
tradte for Drive Wells.
tt'a kap oa head a toll Ilea of
iroaj aad Wood Pneaps
Uftgrstri Gsrdea Seeds
aitata, aad wa sro ftaaa for
Walter A. Woods'
Twine Binders, iJZSEtt'XSZXZ
MOWERS, REAPERS. &G.
JOUti A. BRAKIIT,
B. P. CRAYEHS
ISASiFF & QRAVENS,
Attorneys at haw
1NSDRMCB& LOAN JlBNTS
Jfone but the moit ReVible Insurance
Feed rSalB Stable:
rumor fiaata re Ave. and Elm Blreat
Ji T. CLISTON, Proprietor.
Stark rami far atireaaDaablralra,aadaatlfar
t Hoa fttt n
STOCK SOLD ON COMMISSION,
Aad aaa!l par ctat-easrgad whata JU. Wa
. a m.. as a. ai,a la aaa 1 ataaTa
pft tTpecXU saaaeroniWM V9 aasa. ?""
And Machlfie fihep.
Cattlngt rnadrto order on short notice
Engine Thalred at ftthr prices.
ALL "WORK WARRANTED. .
t Ufttat rat aricaar tU eaaftea.
J. 0. KXJ2?N, Prop.
Kataa & Batstot
Jsnta A. uorot.
House and Bedding Hants.
Flaral JBaSaTtta at aaetoisr.
OrdenT tttriTaaA er aaall br WrddlBf . Parttrt,
W.ecrTllmftithAQalBCT Sta. (Oao blork froaa
MfiW l ivss aved
AmMwev rPills .
tJOO Kiwi it east fcr a BoUrr Bobkst
Dr. D. DYSl'S PIJJLS
LA. L. MMR-AISab, SJaiaa,iwereh Judge can be elected on the.
f IawtoUss! ssjfat far ttsttsto of fffwi
It taay not be, but it u Ukely to be
! i 1 ..:.. .,. j
yrtK Chicago Conveetlon coraeo to
tbe (Vont BcrtToadiy.
Lanqtry Eukw her Bppesjxnce to
a Toptta audlenco to-nlgbt
' TrtE AdaJBB Hoosa at Mnnhattan,
J valued at aboat $26,000, itas destroyed
' hv flra ThnradaT ntcbt.
On; the 21st, Major Morrill and Tom
Rran were renominated for Con cress
fih thflrrespeeUve districts.
Rev. Br. Wostbinqtok, of De
troit,iMieb., has been elected Bishop
of Nebraska In place of Clarks6n, de
ceaseti. ... .j
Vm E. KNOURit uas been sworn
in aatbi member from tbe Serenth
Intliana drMrlrt by a vote of yea ISO,
-iJaBlaipe new-book, Btnalor io
(filNlpnrtrs.lt (a very good one too)
appVilmln one5 of lhegroupiofdlHn.
W'n.i. Home one t-ome lo uur rescue
and t nsver tbe question a tbdnsand
tutff a wrek a.iktsi u : "Who is In
be" lh next President?"
Tjif. Ollck men have nothing but
good Words for Thacher. We nerer
before realised that Thacher was soeh
an an'el of purity and goodnees.
Jrtjihe Methodist General Confer
ence ! at Philadelphia, Wednesday,
William Taylor, of the Bouth India
Conference was elected to the African
Miss Brack, the elocutionist of
Leavenworth, who bsa friends here
and vhci gave an entertainment in
Sal Ink a few years ago which wa mj
very atlsfautory, is now a .member of
tbe faculty of Vaasar.
It t actually charged that Old Hill
Engl ah, the penny-pinching tales
man pf Indiana, was gullly of open
ing I Is barrel in behalf of bin sou,
who was recently voted hi seat In
Couvreaa. An Investigation has been
Thk unmerciful Leavenwottb
Tim& cruelly remarks :
The Methodist Conference at Phila
delphia denounced Sunday newspa
pers A Montlav aper, the result of
Sunday work, is all rlRht, we sup
pose, provided It contains good re
port! or the sermons.
Tke Democratic County Conven
tions of tbe State all heartily endorse
Gcv. Glick's administration. Of
course they do. It has been a regular
old time Democratic Institution. The
Deraocaats would be extremely un
grateful if they did not endorse their
Dr: John M. Waldex, oneof the
ttewiy elected bishops of tbe M. R.
church, was once a cltlten of Kansas.
In 18-57 he established In Kansas a
newspaper advocating free State prin
ciples. He was a member oftheTo
pska Legislature and was also elected
State Superintendent of schools.
Belolt, "Col. F. Charles Worth."
The Colonel by the time be gets to
Funcbal will not know by tbe dis
patches whether be was the follow ap
pointed, or whether It is atome for
eigb gentleman accredited Improperly
to tbe United States.
WniLR we admit that John A. An
derson is the greatest man in lbs
country we are not prepared to ad
mit that he is the greatest man the
worl has ever produced. Tho latter
proposition however is Implied in tbe
"iafiy" resolutloni passed at the
Junction City convention The land
office and post ofllce delegates surely
overdid tbe matter.
Thk Congressional Convention at
Junction City selected tbe following
DIMrict Committee: Ueo. W. Hlgln
bothnm, ltlley Co., Ch'n; J.B. Be
sach, Washington Co., Secy; J. F.
Billings, Clay; W. A. Hlllhouse,
Cloud; Q. W. Martin, Davis; J.W.
Hart, Diokinson ; A. G. Edwards,
Marshall; D. M. Dunn, Ottawa; R. B.
Hogan, Republic: H. S. Cunning
Tn e Washington Star reports that
telegiams have been received by
Blaine men in the House stating that
Conkllng and Grant have declared
themselves for Blaine; that they hare
concluded that tbe fight will be be
tween Arthur and Blaine, and of the
two they greatly prefer Blaine. Tbe
Star also reports that Don Cameron
has come to tbe same conclusion. If
these reports be true, it Is quite likely
Blaine will be nominated at Chicago.
Tub Commissioner of Pensions sent
to the Senate a list of the widows of
army and navy bmcers who are
drawing pensions of more than $50
a msntu. airs, uarneta nas a (ten
sion of 14,000 a year, tbe name that
was given to Mrs. Lincoln, and the
widow ef Admiral Farrsgut receives
$2,000. In the army list tbe widows
or sisters of the following generals re
ceive 0 per month r Hackleman,
Richardson, Wallace, Plummer, Ste
vens, Baker, Whipple, Sumner, Bid
well, Morris. Berry, Lovell, Shields,
HelnUelman, Farley .Mitchell, Carey,
Rousseau. Custer, Fieneh, Ramsey,
Warren, and Neaebem. The daugh
ter of President Z&ehary Taylor also
receives $50 per month.
WHKKm'SR there Is a free and fair
expression oa tbe enforcement of the
prohibition law, the people never fall
to speak oat emphatically. The
trouble has been, this question has
often been mixed up with other Issues
aad the voters becoming bewildered,
have been Imposed upon. Judges
John Martin and Nicholson were
elected in districts where an antl-pro-hlbitioa
sentiment was supposed to
prevail, but they were elected upon
the sole issae : "Shall the law be en
forced t" It would be political death
to A jadgeto do otherwise than use
his wholir power In enforcing the lair.
atL. -laT faa, OH J or vt ta4 ) Ipi ldTa M Sa d
I 1UWD ? urni-v - -
J,' IV Al A.
Tba GBbUe&lis itfafee RtftaHOsau
rres5A Bseatlet of tTlTiiinf igbkh
met aayJafBae yiwttardat Jesettea!
Theitoek tyalesd of jiifni te teg
form! tie. people- that tkty.JV JttA
free tteades- It was prohaUy tseo?
eaary In that District, far there has.
occHi rare sooftsn worn isa.eu-
iecttbA& In aaypthef part T. the,
State. U Jbt evl47t&lkT fet
wnoe ve$ arew. in reso mipBa Jreeta si
tha werlda ntsiforn aiklair ttatir teat
and toffee be "relegated to tate'ffee
r .aaaaaaaaaaaaai 1 i i T' llli .
Varatlpa Dayf. ''
Deroratlon Bay to-morroW
Tbe month of roses U aleaeat HW1
i . . t - . . 1 1 ,
Mrk R H AHIrrtiVsbtrt,eaa fait
. The tliikliiig (i"e setlool
beard tu more. ; .M. ,t t
Mr, A. It. Head made the noai
lhatljtg apeecb nt tua Jdinrtlmt City
CoiiK'csaionat conveHtlsn. '
On.Krlday last the Kancas Benevo
lent Boolety sent ;fat 'bj mall the
monev for leh death )os&ts. t'
Tiie late IVihiWrtlft Coanty p0n-;
ventinn expreasetl A strong preference
for tile nomination of Tildes.
Mr. C. H. Jacobs, of Wauwatoaa,
Vls.t arrived Thursday, for1 a several
weeks' vlslf w ltSi brr aoH. M. M.
Brlgs. ' '
Mls Ats UprdilUrtbteciPf;Hav
Wm. H Boud,' or Leartawortb, Is
visiting in the family of her uncle,
Hon T. L. Bond; '
Owing to tbe sickness of Rev. A'. B
Campbell, the "law aud 6rder" cob
ventlnq which was to:bAyetsembtd
In tiie Opera House Satnid?, was
pbstionetfor two weeks.
Mii. J. J.Crippen, accompanied by
her mother, 'and children, sfilrf ed tof
New' England' lasi'aeay.i,T,
-will ipend a large portion of the sum
mer at o, resort op thesea ooasL
Tbfcy. Ay rbUr Jph"n tfulrpfli thft
Lawrence, brewer, ts cnrotUdto or
traniss tbeAnll-orohlblilonUts forthe
fall 4npalgn - H"tf Li "the " orsti-j
Ing akent" for Kanssj of the JaUpjuU
A Sallna man with blood, ta' his' eye"
Is looking for the Clay 0ter editor1
wholesaled him Jn "BlAekwood."
Take it bade, ordlTj0ttXAii.
St wasn't tit. bat tiie ettftradranT ts,
woald IJAnhowhiahaaVVrithent be
ing &lled. CttrirW'Jfmhi.
The work of the commissioners la
ordering tbe various Unices n,ed
anu frescoed is very wisp unexpnri.
hou.4 Bs-beea TooiQa? verydtegy
and Unkempt for sometime. A goad;
vlgoroas painting camnalga. Jn the
court room would, not come Amiss.
Wm. S. Sweeney", of ga)lna, con.
vlcted on twenty-one counts of violat
ing the liquor law, now hopes that
Judge Prescott will lrhDose th lowest
penalty, and let him oWoa tatf pay-1
meht of $2,100. Mr. Sweeney- brob-J
ably relied on lawyers, and oa the
Supreme coutt, and- the Baal eal
comei of the Foster case, aad If a'
friend told him that bewasa'ta big
enough man to buck against the saw.
Air. Sweeney probably got mad and
called tbe friend a fiurxtlr. He Ebojrr
inore now. Atchison Chwnpkte. '
Q. I I i -
Some of the newspapers ate eon
tending vigorously forlbenasasjeefaa
ordinance In their respectlre towns,
allowing property bwners on resi
dence streets to enclose a strin el laad
from eight o (enjett Wldelaflttof
tllelr respective lots.ln whlchtpipftnt
trees, shrubbery orlawa rtsas. .Oar
streets are stiftlclently wide ferutoa
purpose, and we hope to see thlrplia
encouraged In Bailna. Shall we have
Major E. L. Norton', as superiafin
dent of Gypsum Hill Cemetery,, has.
done grand work, and we believe' tt
is fully appreciated by the people.
In addition to his work as saperln
tendent, he has. abo raised, eaepgh.
money by subscription to parehase
the proposed reservation for old eel.
dlers, and ts well along with a tab
scription list for raising f Dads' with
which to erect a soIdlsKa tsoaument
to cost In the neighborhood of ifSOO.
Thefestlre city of Dodge is (o wlt
hess A gsnoJne. ball fight oh the
Fourth of July( An ex-mayep ts to
be the; bloody .inatAdore. We ltagKesf
that some of Ballna'a ex-mayors shall
entertain our eltitess ia 3he otal
manner. x-Aisoroa.t UadaHVaad,'
BIshob. Bene. RadelliTaad Addison. 1
men In aTanaah who Will DEi fellh 10
.r. .1111 trllh tva atulcaiV ta-ail nIhlsteAmtO
them-i-cted. iaihacadtijT: coataase'oi
tbe v4lutat mAbtiiorw arp-hfr dbt
capable to grapple I With the ieritsi
Inrldentsibrthe live Of ta-'grtai
U said of Jok,A.JBJicW la.
vantor cf tbRJDavttBewtec pfahW,
thai more thabi 'Wfefety- yr ago,
when hi seed to travel from piac to!
place, Hpressntlng, kxpIah3lBi ,su4ttB
selllnchls machlae. hecoaMlake an
ordinary pocket kaite( a fec f
wood, arid asoSp1)? lroh, aad lnV
short time pfoHfa svataeila IhaU
would actuaUv QMrTajaonlialfigasIt
mav imh, Thrfi'frTTitirVifiTn canlfl
teriitld In this rBan'sjl W-I
the cause for tmajvM wpae
lty of the maehise beariajrhJ hAh,
which, with Its nsahV ether IsetVaat
tsgeagivesiU i ataeeAfflheAVot reg
of modern InTeatipnSf WJhatsv tTo-
lation in the hktonr of theli'iring
machine has take plae? tteffrt
these years 1 thT IhaahiteS M4
drilked portifiB. c.thitlobe iww Re
sounds with, the raaste el this ''ftfeaaf
or vomanklsai" "garop. he lea
acknowledged te.Spforttx oTKKi
VtaVRi.aaiil A nasalta anJ Vrwr Haaa.
land AMBysTihaafeltiABjeaswefc ieiUy
Is the priac!feJ.Jrtd iMluiMiff
t ream re or ona mscfiiReT.aparHra,g a
III . .i a. A-! a ' r a
from, BjApIflotaj ttabofreattsy peps-
kf inscklkefi c'fMfcr 'Bttakea. T6 V
apprrjdsledand aaderitbod, s-W
reed method thoaia be ceea in opera-
Uefa. JTIie",sUtcH itade by the ms-
ne'STJefhsaTtr arid beautiful. Tbe
psfay' represented- In this elty
feyjfldlberg' d'RIagq vlst."
l ' ' l:....lZ-
. Wrs.' TluelndA Hagler Was born
U& 101 1842, In the Stale of Ohio.
f HerlmaWeh hame traa WcNtlr. In
jnnt sftritaa-waa brooghtbr her pa
ienU to Mtcaads, Jackson county,
ilUriolk. This is one of the most
I.Bletareaqde section, of the State. Here
amopg.ltsiyiia aaa yaiieyB she grew
to wbaaakoad. The aarroundiaes of
J 1$ childhood trere well calculated to
educate (be auad and heart and she
sTMbaaiojaate targe use of tbeat.
She loved the beautiful, hence her
yard was -well sunplled with besu
tlfol ftowers and shady trees. It was
tdeUgbt of her heart to make others
hPP,y bydlTidlDg' her (lowers and
plshfr -iw&bfisji her tielghbors ' ind
frieasij,flro.4eoul4 appreciate them.
Iallie.BaiijBiaso, she vaaisaarrledtoi
MrtFinttiTtfPDavrlBi'at worthT man.
whb t SA cli'of hk country for vol-
troteebhjeoa oe.. o the most
w Ietredjabejttiosa ilea .world has ever
Itaown wiet &td- tna Army, and
served 'rkiaJaj' hhUf he ras killed
by & rebel bullet at Gun Town, Miss
issippi. .One son was, born to them
about three-months before his father's
aeatharfa recelvtHI his father's name.
InlieiprOws,.sbe was. never with
out (Heads to assist and aid according
toherbeetM. 8he was again united
in manlageto Mr- Isaaff'HAgler, a
soldier ofthe8Ut tltlqols, April 30,
16&4- The early years of their xnsr
ried 'life were spent In Illinois. On
the 5lh 6f November 1674, they moved
hirever.slrice been Ihelr home. Sir
chl4reh havr been born to them, four
boys arid tw0 girls.' The girls, one At
thesga eIghtmoflbs,apd thepther
eleVenyeirs, prtoeded tbelr mother to
ihs spirit world, and ho d6nbt met
Bineteen years, of age, he ge Iter
hear toCRHst, aad Joined the Chris
tian bUrch- At Union. Hill. Jackson
county, HlincSU, fJben,iin,Uer the pas
torsi' ajof Rey, wf; R. Phelps.
Hhb brought a ehurcli letter with htr
whed stie1 came ' f o Kansas.' ind after
coniidexihg the master cAieJ'ully and
.pray erl'uliy,. she wJlU. hf r husband,
"nutted with the M.. church at Ha
llna.ahd Was tri acceptable member
oftheaahfat1 th Uni or her death,
whtchcwrreii ftbfay evening, May
'patient as the" Bat are of her disease
Tfottld permit.' .When the hour ofher
death mti caimiy .and peacefully,
with a &zm treat ia Jesus as her
8aviqr,: she passed away to be forever
with the Lord. A.C.H.
Th ifortk Anurriran Review for
June opens with an article on "Har
brtng Conspiracy," by Prof. Henry
Wade Reers,-WHar examines, ia the
light oflfiternatlonai law, the tllplo
matle history of the United Slate
and the national constitution, the
question as to h6w far our govern
ment may and must go in suppress-,
ing plots against governments with
which we are at peace. Henry D.
doyu. In the samel -.number of tbe
Reflew, shows how every branch of
prodactioa is coming under the con
trol of the "Lords of Industry," cur
porailona And monopolies. Elizabeth
Shurt Phelps has an article marked
by rare philosophic force upon the
"Struggle for Immortality." Other
articles of not less Importance are
"BocfologicsJ Fallacies," by Prof. W.
GiBdraper; "Jhe Rise and Falt,pf
lthpritr." by President J. C. Well-
llBgi') HWalt Wbltman-'i by Walker
pert, irestlmoBy,'' by Roster Johitt
son, Ir. W W. GoddlBg,.'j O'fanor
Uloane and Dr. Charles L. Dana.
Pofc,f ta Items.
May 22ad. I8H4,
Two heavy rains In one week.
Enough 1 6 satisfy the most'chrontd
grumbler in exUfemv, altrmt "drotitliy
Corn Is'flDbQt all In. ami sotite com
ing up nicety, the 'little green rows
showing clear across the Held.
Cultivators started this week.
A brand new boy at II A. John
son's, May 16. Mother dulng well,
aad Pa happy as a clam In high
Mrs. Bellman ts Improving slowly.
The social at A. O. Walt's last
Thursday was a success In every te
ttect Mr. Walt has one or the pret
tiest; places in Saline county , beauti
ful BbAde trees, etc. OH the night of
the social a certain tatly from Gyp
atmY Creek, tied hi team to one of
the 'shade trees In hi,TYobt yard, bot
It wasidlscovered la (late and removed
before any damage was done. If tbe
ownet of the testis should see this,
tbS. titn fab. If. MB .' nr.wnlnt. tn
feacareful In tbe fatare iwbat be ties
ffghjartoa LHKrtsSt. lotda sKtctator
I . sQerx. BoberrK. Xe left three or
(opesens. ine etaer.. jjeorgt? yasn
Isetdsf Parke Custhr Lee, Is president
ftf Wssshlaaton and L university . at
UXIhgton. Va., ibfr'irisbtutftin pre-
wuea OTcry'BU nuersu tne time et
hT4"deatb,t Mt WflHShBWlor pmersi
ifi the confsdesate army, Xhermlvsr
kBTef which he presided had some
lift and lmaetsu given It try the
aStfattarV oatat iBTSVAUed la
thlssaedJateJ-v after liar close
of the war, batJaUsrtyit has aot
Pii. ta. BAaUa m m
4 ffpeat JefforsoBv whose itwsie-
everkoksjt fronxa distant hJH.
It UeBUrbkVa aaitaiUm of the jrsa-
tfDMf-aMeCSlMf Mat SslkaT
,BBe OBBB'B38B9 tBaBTHlgWlKPf HV
YIHIIWJ8 Jert gsaey, Lee,
rsaa of the mat confederate
lader, lead the life of a ooiet
VIrjdJlA tamer, earlagttere for fit
lifj o;pubaVarre$o wbleh the
vh&e Ltefeaily by aa, laeserahle
fcto'Jjdttlleaamlssfen. Bob Lee as
heis'fitmlllarly ealted, is the youngest
roaoT Qew.S.S Letvatad k-vho a
alMj farmer, xue tiome is oa tae
est,- aear jaeameau. jbs aiiff
war he was some what reeklese,
1 have acea a sreallefaan here
rhbs the Bast week ef wheat. lit
lroWed.aqartec la a tjadttblingex''
;Th voters of LlTerasere heroagh,
WeslBadilaSsV Pfc; hnmorooalf ff
powd to lUtiqm JteskiW
(Jbe Peace, aad t&smu&l totdte
fKTssf thai, haviag Aae-rtqaJ'lte aam
U f3iVvta, iae49iVfj:iBsit the
form all the deties of the oasee.
A VISIT TO THE ASKCUCTWlAL COL-
Editor Joustvai: A fets: days ago
I had the pleasure of making a brief
visit to tbe State Agricultural College
at Manhattan, and with yonr permis
sion I will jot down some Impressions
1 formed concerning that Institution.
I had frequently attended Its annual
commencements ; but a better Idea of
a college can be obtained by an Inspec
tion of Its dally, Internal operations.
Its location Is beautiful forsltuation,
overlooking a charmla? elty and. a
tdcturesque landscape Manhattan
is blessed with aa Intelligent, enter
prising and cultured people, many or
its citizens being uutingutsnea ia
Firofrssional, business and political
ife. It has fine schools and churches
and wide-awake newspapers, while on
every aide are model farms and or
chards ; It Is therefore the right place
for bur educational center. It Is tbe
home of Congressman Anderson, for
merly President of the College, and
whose stalwart Influence la still felt
for good in the Institution. His uncle.
Col. John B. Anderson, also a resident
here-, la widely known aa one of "Na
As mv obleetive point was the col
lege, I saw but few of tha citizens. I
was glad, However, to meet, among
others, an old college friend. R. -M.
Tunnell, tbe able pastor of the Can
gra,at!onal church, Geo. A. Atwood
the renisl and level-headed Journalist.
ProfT J. H: Lee, tbe accomplished:
county superintendent, and Governor
Green, well and favorably known
throuehout the State.
Soon after breakfast X found myself
at the front door or the college omitt
ing, where stood Prea. Fmrchild, ready
to give me a hearty welcome, and to
facilitate the object of my visit. He
Is the "right man In the right place,"
having executive capacity aa well as
scholarship. First I looked Into the
system of book-keeping, by which are
preserved and exhibited the floanclal
transactions of tho Institution also
the various records that form lue basis
of its history. Tbexe books are iiiar
yela of accuracy and atlearaess. It re
qplresnoexpcrt onlya little common
sense to understand them. Suecess
fulsteallng, so far as the funds of (he
Agricultural tllegn are concerned,
would wm to bt an aloluf e Impossi
bility. From the i'mdilrtit'a africe I started
fortherecHBtlnn rooms, to the actual
work of tnatrurllBti, as carried on by
the Professors. 1 ami myself, ftrat.
in Prof. Walter' room, where he U
busy with a large and Intelligent look
ing class in liiduKlrtal drawing. He
Is very practical In lite mode-of te6b
lotr, and clear in his lllustrauona of
bis fundamental prlndiples.
Next I found Prof Lantr with, a
room full of gconutricians. I remain
ed but a ttvf miiintes, having seen
some or hi work before. I knew that
he was genial, pleasant and succsjful
aa an Instructor From thence I
passed into Prof Klbart's Class. He
Is accurate and enthusiastic la his de
partment, vis : Mechanics and engi
neering Hels'pwvlng' blrneirtobe
a valuable acquisition to tbe college.
I tbeu looked in oa Prof. Fatlyer
whp has charge or chemistry and
physics. Here were a large number
of young men and women engaged
(not neeawarllv w each other, though
that might be), each one, in actual
chemical experiments testing prin
ciples by practical applications all
Inspired, apparently with tile earnest
spirit of lite teaeiier. .
Passing- Into Horticultural Hall, I
found Prof Kellpnnsn In the midst of
a recitation on botany. He waa ex
plaining, as I entered, the basis of
classification ot plants. He certainly
held f bealtentloa of the class an in
dication or teaching ability. He Is
evidently welt-potted in his depart
ment ami able to lastruet and Inspire
I also made a brief Inspection of the
greeit bouse. This Is aa attraction
that has been recently added. The
worfc shops and printing nfilee were
also visited, superintended respective
ly by Messrs. Hawkea and Thompson.
Thus I passed the foreneon very pleas
antly and profitably.
Tbe time at niy command, did not
permit me to visit the rooms of tbe
other Professors, Their standing and
reputation are well known. Each
member or tbe faculty Is a specialist
In Ids own department, and the work
performed Is of the very hlghestorder.
Prof Popeiioe. for a young man, Is
high authority In horticulture and en
lumnlogy. And it coes without say
lag that 1'mr Bhelton Is master of tbe
situation hi bis line. What he don't
"know about farming" Is hardly worth
knowing. His eierimntt, Istely
published, are Instructive and
suggestive and should be In the hands
nf every Kansas farmer. In short,
this is a noble institution, doing a
great work for tbe state and growing
constantly In popular favor. About
four hundred students are in attend
ance, ali apparently earnest and faith
ful in process or preparation and
rquippment for Ibe work of life.
I noticed, since my last visit, great
Improvement and ornamentation in
the grounds and external appoint
ments or tbe college. The wing which
completes tbe main building, Is now in
process of construction.
The legislature has been1 very liberal
in mailing appropriations tor enlarge
ment, aad no Investment can be more
profitable for the State than the estab
Itsbment of an Institution adequate to
meet tbe demand for a practical ami
industrial education. W B.
8alina, Kansas, May 17, IBM.
St. JVreAola for June is a bright,
oul-of-door number, nearly every
article taking the reader out into the
woods ami fields, yet without sacrifice
of the variety ofsabjeel aad Interest
which is so dlttlBgBlshlng a feature of
J.;T. Trowbridge' ssrial, "The
Scarlet Taasger," shows how much
easier the berofdandlt toget Into a
Bcrape Una get out of It; "Marvin
and his Boy Hooters,' Maurice
Thompson's serial story, tells of hunt
ing small tjameea tax,Indlaa prairies.
"The Banner of Basarmaaoir, '' the
sixth of ,K!i ATeotfs "Splahuig
wh eel Stories' la a vlvhJ hoy Aad girl
story pf devosioa Aad Adventure la
the Middle Ages: Frederick of
Hobenttaufta, the Boy Emperor, " fa
smother of R 8. Brook's Historic
Boys, " the; account of whose' early
life reads-mora like a fairy tale thaa
the relation of a blstarisar; ''tjueer
Game " Is the queer title of a paper oa
bee-bootleg, by Mrs. 8. B. Herrfek,
which tells of tbe curious bahrta ef
bees, the approved methods of catch
ing them, and opeas assure of mach
pleasure aad profit to many boys sad
A live story for boys It written by
WwW. Fink aad called "Two Boys
Of Miggiesvtlle"; it shows what
energy, sash, and peTsasrmac win
accomplish under the most unfavora
ble droasutsnees, A hlatfal paper
for girts as' Margaret's Favor-Book
by Btuaa Anna Brows, (hough It
lessons! are quite a ataeh seeded by
tfie&oys of ouf generation.
Amoturtbe poems aad verses are:
" The BrowBles Voyage,1' aaotbsr
adventure pf those venturesome
heroes; aad coatrlbatioas from Lacy
Lorcota, Helen Gray Cfeae, Alice
WeUlBgtoa Bolllaa, Mrs B. F Butta,
' Tbe lllastratlena aaa numerous sad
twaatlful. tpsfallylair far "Queer
sjajna ABd ' Hbterie JEeys.'' The
dewHtaieBts are fall aad eatonAtaiag,
"Jaek-la-tBe-PHlplt" eootsialBtT &
aafflber of eommuflteaueas Issteae
tfifjetses ef iraaarkaWe 1easrrity of
regulator error placed within the
readvof saSerisls; heaityj traly Is
Elktrio Blttm. --raatllvKy ef the
Xlver, BJltornmssT, Jaaadke, Csaeti
paiton, ever requires aa. appetiser,
tonleoMalld-stlaaulsflt, will always
find Electric Bitters the best aad
only certain cure known. They et
surely and qulcklytAvery-boUle gnar
auieeiitoglTe eatire- satkfeeUoa or
money wfuedtd, Esldaiflftyceataa
bottle by OscacBeUz.
" WAWr, of Tuatuan-
. ecavJtiWsa, sufUeted for six years
' with Aathaaa aa .Bronchitis, during
f which Mae the.!, physIolaBs.owiW
give no relief. Her life was despaired
of, Until but October she-procured a
Settle of DrkKraVat New Dbwrery.
when immedlatsr teller was Wf. and
by tntlhulnrbt use for a short time
shewas completely cared, saining in
flesh 40 lbs, in-a few months.
Free Trial Bottles or this certain
curi of ell Throat and Lung Diseases
at Oscar SeltA'P Xrug Store. Large
oa!d Use Kemp's Balsaiii for the
Tfarpat ahd'Lu'a.PtC it is curing more
cat of Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Croup. Jntrlll Throat aad
Lunjr Troubles, tbaa any ofher med
Iclap, 17he proprietor has, authorised
J. Jj PiircsJl to refund,you"r money If
aftettAklastree-Sourlhs ofa bottle,
relief l not oljUUjed. Price so ceaU
A fkeat SarsrUe.
La store, for all who use Kemp's
; forth .throat and lungs, tbe
guaranteed remedy. Woald you
heMave that it is sold on Its merits aad
thatjeacb druggist Is aatborized to re
fund your money by the Proprietor of
tbts'wonderful remedy If It fails to
curaiyoti. J. J. Purcell has secured
the agency for It. Price fin and SI.
Oscar Sejtx, the druggist, is alwaya
looking after the, interest of bis cus
tomers; he has now secured la the
tsalelof Dr. Bosanko'a- Cough and
Lune Syrup, a remedy that never fail
to rbre Coughs, Colds, Pains In the
Chest and. Lung Affectioas. For
prooVtryA free sample bottle Reg
ular 'size 60 cents aad SI .00.
The Prettiest last ia Seuas.
He; marked to a friend the .ether day
ihat'shet knew .that Kemp's Balaam
for the Throat aad Lubjbi sVAsasape
rior remedy, as it stopped her cough
lnsttjntly trhta Others bad ao effect
whatever. So toprovs thk J. J. Pur -cell
rVlUguarantee Itto all. Price ts9e
l&d $1 . Trial tktefree.
"What causes the great rash at
Oscar Seltx'n drugstore f Tbe fro
dlstributlna. of sample.bbttiea or Dr.
BrtMtako's CoaghBnd.LUBgSyrup, the
most sopalar Remedy for Coughs.
Colds, Consumption aad Bronehltls
on tee market. Regular aire SO eeats
and f 1-00.
-.aaaMi i i i
Want of conCdeacsc account for
' half of the buslaess. failures of to-day .
Oscaf Keltc, the dragtlftf, Is not liable
to fail rnrtheAcE bf oonfldence In
-tbthb glvesraway-a bottle free to alt
who jsre sunerlnswlth Coughs, Colds,
AMlaua,, ConJfu'mpUdBand a(l aflVc
thrna of the Throat and Lungs.
Tbt Homelltst Mta la Sthns
As well o the handsomest, and
others are Invited tn call on J. J. Pur
cell and get fret a trial bottle of
Kemp's Balaam for the Throat aad
Lungs, a remedy that Is selling en
tirely upon Its merits, and Is guana -teedldcure
anil relieve all Chronic
and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Bronehl
tls, and Consumption.' Price We. and
A Bare Care For PKes.
The first symptom of Piles is an in
tense Itching at night after getting
warns. This unpleasent sensation U
Immediately relieved by an appHos
Uoa. br Dr. Bnsaakos Pile Benietly .
Pllestn all IU forms. Itch. Salt Rhrtmt
ami (ling worm cart be permanent ly
curej by the use of tht great remedy
Price. 5rt cents. Man u fart u red by tht
Dr Bosaako Medicine Co., Plqtis, O ,
old !ir Oscar Belts.
A Dreadful Olsssse.
Read, ponder ind profit (hereby.
Kemp's Balsaru, Hie the Threat aad
Lungs Is cetseeded by. all who lisva
used It to- excel any preparation In
tha market: as A complete Throat m,J
Lung Healer. All persoas atHieted
with that dreadful dtsease CoasUHip
tkm will find speedy relief and In a
rOAJotlty ofraaeiTa, permanent, eurr.
The proprietor has authorized J. J.
.Purcell to refund . the money to any
party who bat tatcea three-fourths of
a bottle without relief. Price 50c. aad
None Bat First lass ,QaoU.
Ia. Watches, Jewelry aad Siiver
wsro one should have the best er
asfiei Messrs.' 'Charley k Co, Chi
cago, are making a specialty or Sae
goods, and iryou'aeed anything ia
Watches' In dost and water proof
exsaa, lfj Silver- or Triple Plated
Ware, Bo Hd Gobi or Rolled Gold
Jewelry, send to Shurlej & Co., they
. will send a single article at the doaea
price. Thsy are vouched for aad es
darsed by tbe United States Express
Co., American ExpressCo., Southera
Bsrsa Uoy F, W. Valmer, Post
fBAftter ofCHoagoGeu'l A. C. Smith,
Bx!-Saue Treatarvr, aad many others.
Goods' seatofl' approval, with privi
lege ofexaaiiaatloa, eaabMag you to
do yoar- purshaslBK at .boms. Re
member, bihariey A Co.,77 State Street,
Chfeairo, III. Send for their new and
It U said that 60, people die aa
naaily In the1 United States aleee
from this Hiwte. Is some sectieas
of ibe. eeantry ea death la every
thre) ts frowTTonituroptkiH. "shlscan
be sad! thoattcf he avoided ; our people
are too earereas Aboat aa ordinary
cough or cold, aad other symptoms ef
throat aad lass aflectlotu that lead to
this disease. Tou ahesH arrest it
while It is la the germ. Two or three
doses of Df treeasaVs. Gaagk aad
La gytt w retfeftj aa, aAry
caaW'ewlet Itdeevadg apa
ossgh Ilka -ay wpAHkSsa- smiiw
jaatKer sJOrtrllje tlsMgilM
it, taalateaaesetlyoa the tseojtaad
hum! , &&?&
nna6tff tot 4daStaSreasBBi HfrBgS. if
ASsye Ot Wtafrrt Afid readen the
Tetetf eJes atfd dbttiaet. Said by
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