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ft T. D. FItspatriek. J.W. Goh g mrxFATBicac & occ e. Bavl Satnt. Iu Ed Iaumr. Aca a Aectrse far. They will be pleased to see you to-day and every ether day, at tlielr office Ib iW Office Block, Kalina, Kansas. A regular line of hack and J carriage ran from their center to Jdl parts of the city, free of charge, to all who wlidi to examine their argatB9 In city and suburban itrop rty. They will aeli you lota In South Park fifty by two hundred fact In site, at from three hundred" and seventy-flYe dollars up to five hundred dollars each, and give you ' liberal terms. They have one or the finest block in this fluent addition. They have an acre fronting ou Banta F Avenue and Highland Avenue. A beautiful tract for a very reasonable prioe. Call and aee about. It. Three lota on Banta Fe Avenue In the Kan sas Weaeyan ground, all together oa corner for ouly ttftoeu hundred dollar. How uonld you like two Una Iota on Iron Aveouo for only lghteeu hundred dollars? They are a bargain. In fact paoe U too valuable to enumerate many of the bargalni. Theae may be sold before you e them. Do you n lsh to bor row money to aNt In building jou a house? They have money to loan on city property for one, two or three year, principal aad Interest, payable aUthelr office. Thuyhavea ooBipIetu act of abatraet book for Saline county, kept up every day. Do not buy anything without an abstract, they will furnish you com plete abstract at a wry reasonable price. They are the agents for the Connecticut Mutual IJfe Insurance Company for loaning money on farms. You can get money on good property at 6 per cent and a reaou able commission. If you want a straight loan they will do oetterthan most of the loan i-oinimules. One 3od feature of these loans Is that they can be paid In sums of one hun dred dollars, whenever n coupon Is due, and the Interest reiluced that much; all the loan can be paid at any time. They have house and lots for sale, farms for sale, and acre tracts for sale, In fact almost any thing you may need. This space be longs to them and from time to time special bargains will apear. Do not forget the place nor the firm, -fUspatriek 4 Uolng I'oat Office Slock, Ballna, Kansas. F OH SALE DY soiey & Stolpr; . Wefoa Sktk. Up Stair. tt3Gf). II taken at once, size of lot 60 xlGO. on Fourth street, second block south of Iron ave good bouse, one story, almost new. f &BOU. Will bay a 3 room house on Fourth street, eaat front. 1U0 ft vomer lot, within 2 minutes walk of postuffleo ; easy terms. fCGOO. A 6 room house oa south Sev enth street, eaat front. 75 feet, watar works, good stable, etc. It'a a bargain. (3,600. Spot cash will buy a 5 room hoase with j acre of ground, facing both east and west on south Fifth at; there Is mon ey Ib this to any one, and Is a good speculation. 41,600 Cash down Is the price of a 3 room house on south Kiev ata street, lot txl3), east front; house aIniot new; all la good shape. fS,S00 WIU buy a S-story frame Uaaaa ea south Santa F; the hoBM la new. frosting east, K.W. College addition; must be bought at once to secure; msj terma; call. FARM BAR&AINS. 12,800 Will buy a 160 acre farm with 80 acres under cultivation, 60 acres la wheat: the whole farm surrounded by a hedge fence; a good 2-story frame house od place, good stable, granary, hog pens, well, etc. Cloae to Sallna. $3,400 Will buy a 240 acre farm u It b 40 acres In wheat ; good house, granary, etc. down, bal ance to suit purchaser; close to Sallna market. $7,00) WIU buy a eemHned SSI acre stock ranch aad farm; 0 wells on place; 160 acres uader cul tlratloa; 40 acres la wheat ; 2 food houses oa farm; also a No. I quarry oa place; six miles from Kalina; easy terms ftW WIU buy a 169 acre farm with aS-etory frame house. 181 aad a 14x18 kltchsa; 2 horse saras, room lor S bones ; cow table 14x2H. corn prth wtiK awiSOO bu. capae., granary with aeobu.cftpac; all bafldlsgs have good shingle roofs; also a 68 acre timothy meadow la good rendition ; 6 acres In fine orchard; sold very Bear $0 worth of trait last year; also let of small fruit: whole Cam enclosed la hedge fence wlUi raltable cross feaees; a teautlful grove of walnut, box ). ate., aerlfe of bara. Tam J,fiQ0 down; balance toHUimrehBrat 8f ijit. THE JOURNAL. THURSDAY. JUNES. 1G87. A. M.Campbell expects to be home the middle of June. About now he is in San Francisco. The grand Jury has declared against the county Jail, pronouncing it Insufficient In size, unhealthy, etc. Dick Hensley has retired from the livery barn on Seventh street, and J. W. Frost assumes entire charg ot the business. Col. V. A. Phllllpi was uutdt a inetuber of the Joliu A. Logan l--tt yesterday, In the presence of julte an HKsemblage of member of the tl. A. It. J. E. Woodward has disponed of his grocery sljck t Thomas Crenter, h ho now take charge. An Invoice of the goods was rur.de yesterday. The (3psum City people have raised $300 with which to spread the eagle's wings on the Fourth of July, and have engaged John A Ander son as orator of the day. Wlldmun, Harsh &. Anderson sold two lots In Houtb Park addition yes terday to J. It. Meade, of Wichita, for $2,701, and one lot In Pacific ad dition to J. W. (llveni for i"iO. It. K. Allen, the contractor for the National Hotel, is lr the city roady to commence, work. Ho has been busy gettlugoutmaterial for tho building, at his Ht. Jiwepb shops. Subscription lists are being circu lated Tor in improvement ami enH largcment of both the MethodUtand Episcopal church bullddlngs. The Methodists exprct to raUe their fund to $10,000. Mr. J.lj. Hay ward, who Is vIMtlng his son J. T states that although he came from the garden spot of Illi nois, he has never seen such a grand country before as he now looks out upon every day. The Hhlrar property, embodying Zttl feet front on South Santa Fe ave nue, wits sold Tuesday by WUdman, Harsh ie. Anderson for $7,500 to H. S. Dawson, Addison & Seaman, D Whitehead and S. tf . AVllflon. The Sallna club come to the front once more, beating Solomon by a score of 10 to U, and had one Inning to play. After the game John Kber hardttudC. If. Pattlson run a foot race and, of course, Sallna won. Dr. R. K. NMtkles, or Saliita, Kan sas, was chosen president ot the Kansas State Dental Association, nt their recent meetlngheld at Topeka, that State. Thus It Is another Ohio boy steps to the front, as Is always the case If you only give him half a chance. Norwalk O.) Reflector. A house and lot in the Kansas Wesleyan University grounds was sold to F. II. Bennett, or Clifton, Kansas, for $1,B30; also one block lu Hughes' addition to W. C. Olldden. of llelolt. tor :!.H0O. These sales were made liy A. M. Claflln. O. A. Carmony expects lit a few days to go to the springs of Wyoni Ing Territory, fifty or sixty miles northi-ast of Bait tale City, tor Im provement of his health. If he re ceives the benefit hoped for, he will remain until fall; if not, he will soon return. The grade sticks for the "out oil" have been laid in and through Bridge port. The road as projected will run through Messrs. Dunbar's. Iiop klus', and some other houses, uot for getting to pay marked attention to the Mills lumber yard. The stakes show that the road will cross the river at the Lamklns ford. Miss Annie Woods, slster-lu-law of Rev. Mr. Wajrer, we regret to learn, lies quite HI at their home In Ilrownvllle, Texas. Since tho family left this city about a year ago, when Mr. Wager was rector of the Episco pal church, Miss Woods has been prostrated with an alTectlnu of the stomach, which has been of a seri ous character. T. W. Jackson, late agent of ihe Daily Joubxal, and Mr. Uonar, went to Bills yesterday, to engage in tho real estate buslntwi. Mr. Jack son has made a most proticlunt ally In the establishment of the dally, and we have a warm feeling for hliu. May be aud his partner, Mr. Ronar, achieve mitoh success in their new looatlon. W. D. Radcllfr has returned from a short visit at his old home in Illi nois. He made while absent a trip In Nebraska and along the Central Branch road la Kansas. He says, with the exception of Beatrice, Neb., he saw no town while absent (bat could hold a candle to Salfaa. He will go to Denver the last of this week. If In addition to the Union Pad fl and Mbuuri Pacific railways, the A., T. & S. F. and the Rock Island roads approach Sallna north of the Smoky Hill -fiver, there will In truth be a country grldlroned with railroads. In places, if the new tracks run0 south of the l. P. road, they w.U be within a few hundred feet of each other. When they are corralled within the city limits the whole north part of town will be tilled with tracks and switches and rail road buildings Many people who wear eye glasses are sorely annoyed at the difficulty of keeping them In their proper po sition on the nose. To all such It will be very interesting to know a very interesting expedient by which that end can be accomplished. It consists In driving a tack into the bridge of the nose Just at the partic ular point where the frame must rest to make the glares of service. This Is a simple remedv and can be easily tested. The ladies of the Methodist church have arranged for an attractive en tertainment next Friday evening at the opera house. The first part of the evening will be taken up with a choice literary and musical program. Mr. Gertrude Andrews a lady who has recently come to Ralina from the east, aad has an extensive reputa tion in eastern states as a dramatic reader, will assist. After the enter tainment Ice cream and strawberries will b served. The sermon of Rev. Wra. Barnes at the Baptist church, Sunday even ing, called oat a large number of persons and the house was filled to repletion. His subject "A tribute of respect to the defenders of our liber ties," was one fitting Memorial 8uu day, and several Q. A. R. members attended. He spoke eloquently and bit tartsoa Is extolled by thostwho listened to him. H. V-HBd&tf -ito-bsHdxaaAi dence in Kenwood park. Also n. t. BtHes. ., ... ,K M. D. Sampson baa sold his south Banta Fe realeenccto M. R. Moser for12,000. The proprietor of the Grand Cen tral haa purchased a hew omnibus, and will commence using It immedi ately It Is a "sure enough daisy. Wm. Menle haa purchased the Ts R. Wilson farm (formerly known as the Henry Miller place in Walnut township, consisting of 3J9 aere, paying therefor $14,000. The sale was made through Carlln A Supple. It Is one of the best tracts of valley land, ha splendid buildings upon It ami Is well worth the money. K. H.Treuary. the pwa operator at this place, having resigned his position, gives way to his successor, I. B. Gibson, of Kansas City, to-day. Mr. Treiiary goes from here to St. Louis. The Jouhnal. force I under especial obligations to him tor hW universal courtesy, promptness and excellent "copy." We can cheer fully commend hliu to the craft. Complaint Is made against the last driving on South Santa Fe, which occurs on Sundays as wellaa other days. The country aa far south as the college Is now all within the city limits, and there Is trict law against fast driving. Resident In the southern portion of the city do not propose to have their own persons, as well aa those of their children, endangered by this prac I tlce, ami will enter complaint before the proiier authorities If It i not stopped. Horsemen had belter bear this In mlud. Tuesday morning the horses used on Ed Lota's Ice wagon con cluded to take a run across lots from Fifth to Santa Fe and then up a driveway. They were brought to a sudden halt b a wagon load of Htonf , upon which young Breeze was busy unloading. The teamjumied upon the wagon and, In doing so, Injured the joung man at work, but not herlously. The team became entangled In the harness, and before they could be extricated it was nec essary to cut the harnexs In pieces. Very lucky that no more serious damage was done. Bridge Post, CI. A. It., held their annual decoration service lu Anson Miller's grove, and It was large ly attended. Rev. Casely, of Sol omon City, delivered the prin ciple address. A cenotaph was erected on the grounds and a detach ment of the vomtiany from Ballna under charge of Sergeant Jones made up the firing party. The Gyp sum brass band and the post martial band were In attendance. It was the common consent of all present that a profitable day was spent and enjoyed by a'l. Delegations from Gypsum, Carlton. Mentor, Solomon City and Sallna were present. The Brookvllle and Bavaria Posts unltrd In observing Decoration Day. At 10 o'clock In the morning a very large crowd gathered at the Bavaria school house, where a proeesrion headed by the drum corps, firing party and the two posts, under the direction of Officer of the Day Arm strong, was formed, which marched thence to the cemeterj'i about 100 rods south of the school house. The graves ol comrades Hawley and Moon were then decorated. The services over here, carriages were then taken to Brookvllle, where the procession was reformed and a march to the cemetery made. Five graves were decorated. The audi ence then rejmlred to the city hall where dinner was served and ad dresses made by Comrade Fee and other. I'MIIN PACIFIC ItAILWAV KperUl Truln to r,lndbnrjr. The Union Pacific Railway Co. take pleasure In announcing to the citizens of Sallna that a mpkcial THAIS will le run to LiMiHBt'lto TiirnsDAY, JrxK 2ni. In order that all who wish may have an op portunity to attend the Oiand Con cert to be given under the auspices of the Bethany College. Only grand aud classical music will be rendered. Eminent musicians from Boston will take part lu the entertainment. Do not fall to go, you will never re gret It. Fare for the rouud trip only ninety cents. Tickets on sale all day at city ticket office. Train leaves Sallna Thursday, June 2d, at 7 p. m., returning leaves Llndab:.rg after close of concert. This train win stop within a few yards of the col lege. 3t-53 O. W. Craio, Agent. once Munr.. tk. shrinrra Aratn Coptme Noilre and Vltllor rrwent. The Ancient Arabic Order of the Mystic Shrine again met in solemn conclave last evening, In the presence of quite a number of visitors and members. Five novices Investigated the mysterious paths through which a man must tread ere he Is admitted to their banquet hall. Tb members labored long and hard to Impress upon the minds of the new recruits the solemnity of the vows they were tkfnir' Following Is a list of the novice-. A. Valentine, editor Clay Center 77m;C. K. Clifford, Clay Center: Frank Dyer, Ellsworth ; A D. Gllklson, Hays City: Leon Depp, McPherson. The following Nobles were present from abroad to sympathize with the with the new recruits who are to fol low In their footsteps: H.W.Morgan, Clay Center; M. K. Brundage, J. L. Bell, W. C. Sheriff, C. W. Welling ton, Ellsworth; Fred Herron, Leav enworth, Win. Turton, C. E. Pierce, R. It. Ingrabam, Brookvllle; A. t. Itohli.W. J. Keythe. A. A. Irwin. U- E- Pyle. J. N. Fellows, C. F. Podge, McPlicreon; A. E. Agrellus', Lludsborg; C. K. McOouIgal, Wyan andotte. After the secret ceremonies were over, all repaired to the banquet hall of the temple where Thacher bad an elegant repast spread. After supper toasts were made and re sponded to In the usual happy man ner. One thousand pieces of new aud choice sheet music at Vernor A Bond's music Emporium, Gritr block. eodlw-wl A hundred vehicles to sell. The largest and finest stock of carriages, phaetons, buggies, buck boards and road carta st Pearson's carriage re pository. S. Pearson. d&w-1f Call at Vernor & Bond's music emporium aad examine something new in me mcsicai instrument line. It Is a comnlete and effective nlano or tone muffler, by hlcb the annoy ance connected with the practice of difficult pieces is entirely prevented eodlw-wl . IRfflJfflWTP AT-A-t" a Day RcnWU U Krarr rtllMV rnllr PIT Thcaiaad Frf J Ttell tka Ony Bad Fay their BprU I Dcceand Soldier. This Decoration Day, May 30, IffiT. was commenced bright and clear andeontinued Just cool enough for the day's excerclser. To fay that Sallna did herself proud ou this one day of the year set apart for paying our respects tthe dead soldiers but expresses the Uuth. ASSEJIBUXa AT THE HALL. At 9:50 a. m.. the time named for I assembling at the O. A. R. hall, the members began assembling at their places of rendexruuM, aad already at this hour the streets had become en livened with the teama and throng from city and country drawn hither to partlflpate in or wltnesa the ex ercises. TUB 6TAKT. It was fully m o'clock when the procession, under the command of Capt.AV. W, Bartlett, moved from ihe hall on Santa Fe avenue, pro ceeding south and thence east along Iron avenue across the bridge. At this point the column, was baited, when those who were on foot en tered carriages and wagons which haa been provided at that place. The order rf the procession was as follows. 1. Co. B 4th Regiment K. N. G. 2. Martial band. S. Firs department. 4. Independent order of Odd Fel lows. 5. Noble Order of Red Men." a. Order of Knights of Labor. 7. Decorated wagon with flower girls and flag'joya: S. Members of John A. . Logan Poat, N. HT, G. A. R, and membars of visiting posts. y. City officers and others la car riages. 10. Fourth Reglmeut band. 11. Then carriage and wagons, which brought up the rear. Arriving at Oak Dale avenue It was passed over to Gypsum avenue, and dong the latter thoroughfare the procession passed for a mile to OVPSl'X HILL ckmkteby. At the cemetery, near Its west brow, a gathering was formed about the grave of four soldiers, decorated with flowers, in this order: Girls with flowers, and boys with flags, and ladles of the Woman's Relief Coris. About this circle were the members of the O. A. R., and out side of them were distributed at In tervals, the militia compar.y, the cornet and martial bands and the be nevolent societies, and gathered about were the hosts who had assem bled on this occasion. Having finished preparations about the graves, post commander U. F. Pealer, pioceeded with the ceremony by reading from the ritual, which stated the object of the assemblage to le the honoring of t lit dead. Then followed ringing by the con gregation, "My Country, 'lis of Thee," which whs given forth with a full cadence. The prayer for this occasion was repeated by M. S. Price, the chap lain of the post. Next followed the tiring of three volleys over the graves by the mili tia company, after each volley there being a roll of the drum. Sergeant Major C. T. Hilton strewed the graves with flowers as emblematic of purity and love and the remembrance we bear the de ceased. The exercises at this place closed with a beautiful dirge played by the band. The 'Hues wore re-established and marched to tho center of the ceme tery, where they rested. Past Post Commanders L. M. Tut tle, J. G. Mohler, A. Kemper and It. F. Pealer formed respectively squads from the line of dower girls and flag boys and visited other parts of the cemetery, strewing the remaining soldiers' graves with flowers. THE NCMURR PREflKST. It Is estimated that there were five huudred carriages and wagons In the procession, conveying from five to six thousand persons to the cemetery. It was Indeed a decoration day of much greater Interest than any other decoration day which had ' preceded It at SrJIna. UF.PARTCRE FOR OAK-DALE PARK. The duties ot the occasion having oeen completed at almost 12 o'clock, the vehicles were reoccupled, the majority going to Oak Dale park, where further exercises were to be proceeded with. Here very many partook of their dinners under the trees, and others repaired to their homes about the city. PARK F.XF.BCJSF.S. It was not untlf 2 "o'clock p. m. when the exercises were begun. Past Post Commander Kemper called the assemblage to order, and at his request the martial band played one of its excellent tunes. Past Post Commander Mohler an nounced this as the recurring festi val of the soldier, and said the old soldiers had come here to signify anew their devotion to the cause which took them to the battlefield. Rev. Mr. Wilkeson waa announced and he followed with an earnest ap peal to the Divine power to remem ber with kindness and compassion the widows and the orphans whose husbands and fathers had given their services and their lives to a great and undying cause. It was a prayer which exhibited the strength of soul and mind In a great degree. Capt. Mohler stated he was getting somewhat rusty In history, but he remembered to have read that Wei. lington at Waterloo leaiird against a trrr and pntyvd that Blticher or ulsht might coiiiramf llluclirrcarae. He had prayed for the Fourth regi ment baud to i-uiue but it can not. And he requested the uiartlal Land to favor the audience with some of its excellent music, which It pro ceeded to do. Col. Wm. A. Phillip, who bad been chosen as the principal speaker of the day, waa then Introduced and proceeded with bis address, At the conclusion o the address Capt. Mohler, to fill up a vacuum created by three speakers felling to materialize, called the old colored man, Martin Jedy, who waa sitting close to the stars and stripes oa the platforra.'.before the aadleaee, and directed hira to make a bow, which duty he performed with grace and profound dignity. Capt. it. spoke ot him as a man who had been a slave bnt waa bow free, aad wboae place la by the old Sag, aad who can say, "this ia the warrant of ray- lib erty." ' The Fourth Regiment here played one of Its flae sslectloa. Brwwr."Maa7rM from the National Tribune the story re lated to Josh Curser, who had both of his legs takes off at Chancellors ville, and was left for dead on the field, bnt who twenty-three years years afterwards pot in aa appear ance with two- good -and sousd legs. It seems he was taken by the "John ales" after lying out in the broiling aaa for three whole days. They wanted to put him under ground, anyhow, aa "of no account," but the doctor finally prevailed on them to let hliu have the carcass for bis dissecting loom. From a pile of lega he put two legs oa Josh sealing them on with shoemaker's wax, but Joah had experienced great trouble since, as one was an Irishman's leg and the other a Dutchman's leg, and were liable to play pranki with first oneor the other peculiar to the dif ferent nationalities. Capt. Kemper in Introducing Mr, Martin said old soldiers were In the habit of swap ping I worria, aud this was one ot their best yarns. The story caused considerable amusement among the old soldiers and others. Upon the request of the presiding officer the audience arose and sang a stanza of "America" with much unction, and benediction was pro nounced bp Rev, Wm. Bishop. Thus closed the exercises, which .wen of great Interest to all In atten dance. MEMORIAL HEimCKrf. The members of the Job 1 A. Lo tran post and the ladles of the Relief Corps marched from the post hall to the opera house Sunday at 2:30 o'clock p. m., where a large audience awaited them. The hall was appro priately draped, as also thirty va cant chairs npon the rostrum were In memory of the thirty soldiers who sleep In yonder cemetery. Af ter the opening exercises, provided by the ritual, a chofr ronsUUug of Messrs. P. Q. Bond, J. E. Reaver, A. F. Shute, J. W. Ajdrlch and Mr. Beaver, rendered "A Thousand Years." Rev. D. D. Campbell read the scriptural selection, and Rev. W.B. Priest followed with an elo quent prayer. The address then fol lowed, delivered by Rev. Dr. Wm. Bishop, which we publish below. At the close ot the address Rev. W. H. Garnett delivered a prayer, and In turn came the effective rendition of "Tenting on the Old Camp Ground," rendered by the choir spoken of above. Other ritualistic services followed, and after singing the doxology the audience waa dis missed by a benediction from Presi dent Swahlen, of the Kansas Wes leyan University. flaHna Point! hjrwajr or Atrhlson. A yesterday's special to the Kansas City Journal, from Atchison con tained the following: W. A. Rutlldge & Bros., of this city, go to Sallna next week, to start a large planing mill and sash ana uiiuti factory. Harvey Bros., ot this city, have received contracts Toi the bridge work on the Abilene branch of the Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska rail road between Herington and Sallna. Enxllah Lutheran Charrh Strangers lu the city will be wel come to worhip in this church. Pews are free. Service both morn ing and evening, at the usual hours, 11 a. ru. and 8 p. m. It being Whl? sunday, the pastor will take as lily morning theme, "Pentecostal Preachlug, or Wouudlng by Words' Acts, 2-37. Evening theme, "Our Enthroned Intercessor" Acts 2-31 and 35. Sunday school at u:!0 a. in. Prettoo Lodge. No. 3t. I. O. O. F. Officers and members will meet at the lodge room, Monday morning, May 30th, at 6 o'clock, to join lu the G. A. R. procession. Wagons will be provided to carry the members to aud from the cemetery. B order of C. O. Wilmaktii, N. G. W. B. Flaniikrs, Rec. Sec. We would advise those contem plating heating their dwellings with furnaces, to call on K. J. Emery, 117 South Seventh street, before pur chasing and examine tils Improved Palace King hot air furnace which burns either hard or soft coal with good effect. 50-2t-wl Mr. E. J. Emery, manager of the. Ballna cornice factory, is special agent for the Palace King hot air furnace, which burns hard or soft coal and guarantees satisfaction. He also handles all connections of such beating apparatus, and will guar antee satisfaction In all work of that character. 50-2t-wl Miss. T. A. Poster, Dally block, wishing to quit business will cloe out her entire stock of millinery during the next thirty days at cost. 43-lmd-w Anyone needing the services o an experienced book-keeper, address J. A. KlsUer, P. O. box 432. Straightening and closing up books a specialty. City references. J. R. Frdritk. Buniham, Trevett & Mattis, LOAN BROKERS. Loans made on Farm Property at the Lowest Cnrrent Hates. We use our own money in the Business and are ready to close up loans on short notice. OFFIOR BBAB OF AJfEBICA.X NTATK UA iti X4WA IT. ATK AO Attn RTKKirr. SI-I j r 100 PACIFIC to the crrr of salina AM Iff IN THE HABKET. The remainder will not be for sale until the completion of the Episcopal Military Academy. Lots large; Streets 80 and 100 feet -wide; Good, wide Alleys ; Fine Maple Trees set out on erery Lot in the Addition. Best of Drinking Water can be had at a depth of 86 feet. This Addition is located on fine, high ground, nearer all City Conveniences, such as hotels, depots, street cars, court house, etc., than any other. Prices Reasonable, Terms Easy. Call at once on any HEAL ESTATE AOSNT AND HAVE HCM 333 W Tou over the Addition that lies between the Military Academy and the City, SaUms te tfca Tromt. The Chicago galvanized sheet Iron cornice works recently established in this city by Avery L. Emery, of Topeka, la under the management of F. J. Emery, who established the first manufactory of the kind in Chicago some yean since, and who guarantees that all work in that line will be executed In a thorough aud workmanlike manner. Many of the best blocks In Chicago are sur mounted by architectural sheet iron work Manufactured by F. J. Emery and brother. He elso guarantees to furnish of the best materials and in the most workmanlike manner, tlu, copper, light and heavy heet iron work, eave trough aud conductor pipe, Emery's patent eave trough, and slate roofing. Hot air plie and furnac work given special attention. Also agents of Russell Wheeler A Son.ot L'tlea, New York, for the Palace Klnir and Palace Uueeti Itol air furnaces, a comnlete line with the latest improvemeqts, for hard or son coai, guarauteeti to in? effective, durable aud economical. !-3t-d&w LtSDH rtllKll. KANSAS. HHhany Collrfe anil Normal ImlltuU. flrnrral Description CommrDrr- meat Kaerrl ToIaj. TnU grand flourishing institution of learning t located in the Siuoky HIII valley, and in the heart of the richest agricultural district u the west. The climate N healthy, ami the social and religious atmosphere Is of the best. It Is agisted and Miipported by one or the strongest denomina tions In the United Stale, via.: the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran church. Its growth and succchi has lieetl phenomenal. It Is now almut Ave years old, and ranks neoond to none, lu the Union. II It not like some, an Institution tor the rich and aristo cratic, but a school for the -wm and daughter t'X the people. , The building now U U) feet wide, 154 feet long aud fcA feet high, with a chapel extension In the rear of l(h feet In width. Ihe whole containi a batemeiit and live -dories. In the baemeiil 1 found the museum, the natural science depart meat, a numlT of recitation rooms, dining hall, kitchen, bakery, etc. The llrst story contains, Ik-sMpm a number of recitation rooms, the commercial exchange (GOxCTi), where business students buy drafts, ship merchandise, etc. They also have a bank with a capital of $o0,000, where each student does business with other banks, and arc in constant communication with students of business colhges In Chicago, Bon ton, New York and other places. The library, containing over 3,000 volumes, and a numler of dally and periodical paper, is also found on this floor. The chapel extends through two stories, and will seat nearly 900 people, in open chairs. It contains u pie organ that cost $3,000. In the upper stories are the students' bed rooms, bath rooms and hospital rooms In all l(VJ. Through out the building is a steam heating apparatus, which cost over ",0(l. In the museum we find a collec tion over x,0UJ specimens iiwed for the biological laltoratory, aud in the zoological cabinet are represent ative of nearly the whole animal kingdom. Nearly all niitdcrii and ancient languages are taught, and a good kindergarten school Is main tained. Vocal and Instrumental music Is also an important factor. The attendance this year ha been about 3-Y) pupils, from m-Hrh all tin states in the union. Too miii-li credit cau not le given In Itev. C. A. Sweuou and bU asMaut- In ttie founding and maintainaiiceof thl great Institution. Tuesday ami Wednesday the i-onimeucHinenl ex ercises tooke pace, with a grind concert to-day The ladles of ttie Flrat MetbmlM church are very busy preparing for their eutertalnment at the opera bouse next Friday evenlug. Jin. Gertrude Andrews, who is a r.'ader of note In the east, has consented to assist ou this occasion. The full Sallna orchestra will furnish Ihe music, while strawberries and ice cream will teriuluale a dellgliful summer evening recreation. Ad mission only flrteen cents. Vernon A Bond have Imported a Ane Uelir piano, which make took the And medal at the New Orleans pi po-il t Ion. t has connected with It a tone iiiutller, which mkea val uable acquisition. Robert Kennedy recently received a Ane dog from Harper's Ferry, Va., We promUed to report that Will Morrison had a proprietory "Intercut In It, but we won't. The man that polBon that dog beware. J. C. Drown, ot Kparta. III., ha purchased T, A. Prulttv grocery business, and will remove to Kalina to open up In about ten days. Mr. Prultt sells on account ot the sick ness of his wife. K. I. ! LOTS -IX- ADDITION Wall The Largest and L. A. WILL'S Also Hammocks, Croquet Sets and Baby Car riages. All the new and latest styles in Fine Stationary. L. A. WILL'S BOOK STORE, SALINA, KANSAS. W. C. ABBOTT & BROTHER. OUli BULLETIN: Try our new Rabbit Foot "Mascot" "Dandy" "Lakeside" A NEW INVOICE OF TEAS. Try our 50c Japan, a new one : also our "He-No" Tsa Have you tried "Chocolate Cream," or "Levoi'luys.' or "Dilworth's," or our Java and Rio mixed Collber W. C. ABBOTT & BRO., Grocers, Opposite1 Masonic IVmpIo. JOHN A. Has for sale a carefully selected Stock of Dry Goods tor Spring and Summer, particular pains having- been taken with White Goods, Embroideries, Lace &c. We have a nice line of Lawns, Seer suckers, Ginghams, Cambrics &c. A splendid line of Ladies Shoes. Straw Hats in endless variety and all at low prices. Besides all these we carry a stock of clean Groceries. Gome and see lis and we will strive to please you. JOHN A. NELSON. ir HI If l ' I '"'IJaMWMsaW IW HMm Mi " I I'll illl I i I mvmWmmKfmm Having made at a.. 'i-t-i 1-- Alill-KreezlngMoi-k Water fni"--. ' luer business, to enable nit- to gir in.. and nale ofTulie. the fallowing pr.ip. - 0. Ballard Farm of 180 Am. 12 jililis Hnst of ailing Ih (Ijrimum vallejr, bottom, well Itiiprnrml, ter rf tariirntj--. i.fm r: second, a part of 32 arrw In Sallna, wile w-tI I'. 1. det; tuinf : lots in Bond's addition on Santa Ke .iI lMcolati'i avenue. TWn K'i' ri will all lie sold nn eay ternw. Add rem WESLKY KOUXS, SuliiiiijKausas lAHti. BOX B60. d3f-2t.wl-i-tf IIAKirl" I wJ. hl IVll JlMr" Y and t turn to n. and ITIWIlla I (HiwoJjmimiwIMK tnt.BtmetMngot fnl tIu- awl Hupur lance to you. thai will Urt r In lwliw wbkb wtll t-ritKTnnln raw tnnrr rl war than anrtblflf rUe ih IIh wfW. Ai nnr rmntUt Ihr work and "' whh tatbrrtrx: all arm H-hm :Mt urw. Ina JaUcoln mnaty for all imutXrrr, Wr wii tart you; rapltal not nt dr Thl- of tbcrrtaulo Important roan of a lib lira. TnoaeiitKiarraiaMllatM and rmr prUto will not delay. Uraad oat lit In AUrTSCXCO.,AUfaM, 3UIM. Paper most Complete City, at line n thci BOOK STORE. Soap, 26 bars for $1.00. " 5 " 25. 5 " 25. " 4 " 25 NELSON, JWCoff) oXfo'c SoWa nana . a . -t:. rn : I-lint iit- WOKKINKCLASSKS, .-atlMM ' Hfr M.M, prv(rr-l tt mfuMi sH rlaM . i:u itm" Ufc-d. at hHMM. Ih !! !!-. m -brtrrfrur nwinnl. Bj:.h turn 'ucui 41 Hlawtdr. irti:i'Jlit.i: . jrw fm:H lo.!,!. lo . f--t " ' IMupartbMl mm lf .".. "i ' latfUilT iM.tu . Bjr 'I "' uvrtj a- tan-!. ' ut -n. rn. . wU" I 4. lu-, J -nJ thr Mf-. aad fcrw Miatu.-. . Mkr .!! wa-r. r..a a ut wH Mllttd r.- will n.l dBh.r i. auirorinr lrout wrttitttf. uU t Unilan aud outfit trer. Add re Euuk Sruo3 xiv.. rortlaad Maine. fci. r .