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.MCS. rngra 1 f I K We Mean Business. 500 Kip and Calf Boots that we wll sell at exact cost. Tfeej nrtntga tad there for we wH4 stake these prtoea crotH every past to M.. Everybody ma bay Bta at these figures. We star a eemrdete stock et La4ln', Mtacs tew aad Rubber Boots. If 3IA.S 8z TOBE"?, Ul S. SANTA FE AVE. HI- ;uuhnal TMrittfAY, FEItttf RV 1. 1 t I- l. aasaav tnaa a- 4bt , aper la sa-la. v iaa-jr - tlsTV A.M ll.Vr'. BM yraa p vatetrttaw? 11 act h-tm r tlM sitstrieteauit Vrtan Mats a M. TVrrfMwn talk at starting a CTvawnTs-1 fUvaria. Tier rattaia rue hers mauthly pay Hat Saata US H,4. . Mr. vmv aw will lnves. IT.tW in Ibe liwtMisa,af W esscrtage factarj. It r raiimtid that ateatker bank in t be jfele tu SaMua usakiLg five tea. Jse HaJIracy, of Fallaa, has ber-a isrnajusa a peaeeoa by tke gev- A.J Abb art an reeetves f!09 per a far urasialMug . ear ef the s"arlf,8l aaaT lMaC- Mm BMgtawi, faraaerly ef tld pwace tea ben appotalwl pasttubster ef Laua.Wg A aw HMN ronMenre la t be trsMtariy taiM ; The plan mre aiceaas- tii-bag rreare4. Sniny w tlte eiiiiH-ue-tneBt ot rynne; woataiof." May th- Vr.a4 Mm Frak Wilkeii re tajrai a Ifaear hatwc m BiwrtiaiMrHoH, lurag lulaiiJ. ta atuaat a wek. The garte uangait t bae a "Martha Wtnwgaanw Mirty fr KV XL Th.r Vat ffaB-aASi fnaBSaaT asaa uf fABaBaaaai ftBBSSaat T-r-asy ssjsfi Wv "J F"TfJC aa VarNVt Mrii H 5MllHll I mi turn ana pcaMam ft AwgMi- Mwueaal a I liip. laM n tbt fliiajaiaHwr a4m Fe tr- tWH-!- Ml U V V4M.LI- ttiiMl taw l'MeMty. llie !!- rttsiaet k ittal the Ah B t C - M I- l ! r R iM.su-i -a Oiasi f .4 tta t K - -4 lt.M ,!.., ( - r B . . i i . i . . f.. .tr i i I i- . t.r ., - a. w i-. ' e !, I . N ll Jl W i l. . V U IV.'-. f . atf. f-Ti MW bl .1 It- R . 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Use Mi ike a.itid wkaek pi- ITe wtpec aa Ve kaaat wast east le-t Tab an aac 4aa)at yer kea aar ike ett gam gaaaaa. Tke eaatraet prw feaMaase k tkaa fM. u is a h aim id Va be a far tke ea- af Xeakak wkakta tk ke I'ran'ftttv f aataey at S 4 IVaC. A. H aaat at tke cKj atew.4 aeatfc- r rn k LtaAwetWIit saa ataal tin , pro a aa' an it. ( tt. Loai- Bf4r4 t Ui- A"- ill i 4 Uaear aaciaan. a' n-e- aartaiajMaaaa valiever la,aKiltat " aaamt snaaialai. U eatn latai c vtaa Jtateaj elk. ah Dai.at Ifvat nko aa C r ttaefc. yMaeraVy sea lata. a Jax , Wrtttaajtaa. aat kr afce ia at IN awn af tke tamer. TTk a'tfe baallac . i - i . i 1t I'aenaaa Iraaa raaaa t KMHf ar laaa aat afia K A. W.. t at Sfc Ma. 1Sm4V yet TinaOag laerai amwina ay Jay bawMV Owaaaj a ttw aaaa faea. lega . aat patAeapaT Taraajars waat BMt ma rafiaaeewaae aajau jp"pt aasi Mia. aBaawxaEaMB Iawfc. at aaXMtajaai asay liaaaag ties- haaMaattala aaualac TBam.kaa)aM faanra il tawaaaaaa) aasey vaar aae aatp w Xaaajatr t aiaaHs MtaJaWalBaat. Wi '! a -Marat Mr W.4 fwinn. M, a aw ka aweaj TaaiaiMt t.a ty awaaaajaaaat aa Ob our prices nous dare nt ua, and we hare the beat goods made. Shoddy goods trill not sell. Lidlei, try P. Cos'a me- aium priced aboes. we hare them In Kid and Goat, opera and common sense lasts. We neyer advdrtlsa but Just what we mean, and therefore will sell yon the cheapest. I'aui Jttrtltn, tlit- eiier etic, uc cifii! K. I . W. addition agent, If round a-roin, after a sickness of far Ht-tks ulih neuralgia. It ha Ik en a L-ieat trial for t-tie of htx 1 netlviij nut) rbtllug qualities to he . cm pil ni ih the iioitr-e. J lkf itli jury fur the March term h iih u -met otuit ! coiiiKeu ai- folloMf.: JtlHIHy JllllHHUI), Slllill- litwp', O. Williami. V. O. Nelson. iJwIih CHne, John O'.SIie.n. 8. A Bo lne, R Utiulliitf, Otto Heosher, J-8. .Myeri, F. R. Shaw and W. H. Matui. R P Fellows waB arretted Batur d iy afternoon, aud in default of ball was eoiuiiitlted to jail by Juh- tloe Bihop lie is oh trged with having frauduleutly obtained the -urn tiff 100 from M. E. Qulncy on several liwid of hor-ies, mules, cows and other property he did not own. In the supreme court the judgment of the diiriet court of Saliue county Ih the ease o Wright Norton vs. Ootthart Kehlpple was overruled. The court here yave Wright $1 ex emplary damages. The action of the National golar Salt Worka vs. It. J. emy9 error from Saline UHty, was aftlrmed. J. M. Ericson. of thin place, is put ting jp a building 24x90 at Sharon Spring. lie will engage in the sale of iKigsjtfH, wagons and farming iiuple-Blent'-, ami will use the building for that rmrpoae, J. H. Edberg, lately iH the furniture busines In Saiina, has removed to Sharon Springs and it in the lumber bunines. We uuderMHBd that the Union I'acifie railn-ad will build a branch road iroui Oakley, Logan county, rHHHiug Mtuthweot through Kansas. Cetbniiio and lino New Mexico, ami hat the road will be ut througli hi- n-aMiH Hiirar-e U on an air iiwe f the to-x-trd route, and it ill be well lor our t-ilizeii to keep a eje hh this project. Jlorac Hh- ill af J.imi--! M Wllson.lti- ! -r t. a xo rtrM-l nml pnilwtt-U I JimIs?-- .llal- utMee to ilny R. I. V il-'. -f -lB-.ai apMmt- .i u. ! Mt-I'hermH N ftubtiran. li u .il p-" tiatt- il."0lll'e -a- W.-l. an L"i t.r t. $0 ... . 1. CMilll'll .i llllf Cil . mikI r II L Ui; a nrnie- t-tm in .1 t . i hi re itiiiic up the a I In balant-e 'f ll'e e-tai- s e- Im iIh Itruliirr- f Ike tlwrn-wl. J. I Kariian tiie himh Myri k, ItctaftlH-d inj ill indtllerelit rriin- t I rlaia-n. rf bru:lit lHrire J immt H4ui iliirt ntiriiiig. aud ktk ra-! caallned. The trial of rarnsr n-as et for th- 21st aud of 4yr-k for tke Stth. Furrowii was at euee rearrettnl on the onitipluint I P. A BritwH, being similar to the ;.arae "f M. K Quiiii-y againat the ! .Miner. KniHii allei(ei thnt Fur- r. w trauduteiitly and ullhuut ov- i ri.,ii in name mortgaged to him .uu g ldi.ie, two rows and a Mitch- I a jim for lite eum of (60 Fur . .w i- nV-eliiiig as a prodigious . ik owner in hi' mind. H .-lT-ntsMiMHi-1' I'lt-HMire to cor-r.-ct a ruel er-r uliich ue made a f. w days au iiiHeeruiug the mental omlttHHi of Hob. Sol. Stephens, cf Marttette. We puhlihetl the item iimt w hat we i-uppoed the 1:6ft of authority, and now lenru thnt tlin e .aiMotthe 1 -ast foundation for it. Ir. Stephens ha not In theleat MiJftred from meutal aberatlon, and . mind is a clear as it has ever eea. Iu cmrtrmatlon ot what we io- state we have the testimony of tteesrs. Cenaell and C. B. Davla, of Marquette Mr- Stephens' frienda tad neighbors1 who have known him far the last fifteen years, andwho are a the lty to-day. We are rejoiced to e able to make this correction con cerning our old friend, tban whom here is Hot a warmer hearted man h this country, or a more excellent geatlesaaa. Yesterday was Aah Wednesday. From this tluieou to the close of the iBtea season, all good Catholics tad devout Episcopalians are sup ,ed to mix less In the gayetlea of ife than durlug the remaining por tea. of the year. The opera is es kewed and the gay whirl ot society .akes en a more sombre air than HMial, while church services are etd there frequently and are of a tare deeply solemn nature. Lent ealltd'lhe upriugtide fast of-forty ays before Eatr," and also "the a-tof ferly days." It is claimed Uat tke fitst Is or apostolic origin, .Uaaagh Many Protestants cousRler t ! be of tceieatdatieal institution. rke commas opinion, however, is kat ! was eetabilthed as a ptepara uoa far the great anulverariea of 'brM't erueiAxlou aud resurrection iad Ih remrmbraaee of Ills fait of .rty aays ia the wilderness. Ac--ratbg te hMarical accounts or wirnt ibere waa some uneertaiuty as m tke extent of the ekllgatlons rela i ta faatiag, the fasts of Holy AVek beiug eaasidered obligatory a of the ether weeks aa voluntary, ate eewBeil of Laodicea decided vttere skauld be an entire abiilneuce raat foad an Holy Thursday and an exttve use of "dry food" during Ui ike fast days ot Lent. The coun- -it af Orleans, HI commanded that these who did not keepLentshouId iteaonaldered as transgressing the 'aw of the ehureb,"while the Toledo "aneil, 646, pnhlblted the use ot Aenfe meat. After the eleventh cen tury the use of all kinds ot food, trev'.eudy prohibited, exctpt flesh, keeame general. In the United iHates the use of flesh meat la allow. ed several times a week, but flesh aj.d San are sot bofh allowed at the uai meu amag lx&. THE BOABD O? KDCCATIOX. The Members lilscats YbjIoos Matters bat alar Especially lbs System of Aulrnmc Vnplls The Su perintendent Indorsed By Besolntlons. The members ot the board of edu cation were alow In coming to-geth-er Monday nlgtb, but finally secured a quorum. The members present were Lovitt, Flanders, Harkland. Wllmartb, Gibson, Cunningham, liefore the arrival of the gentleman last named to complete the quo rum there was a discussion upon various tuples, chief among them being the mission Sunday school, ti:t-Ciilur linr in schools, etc. Mrs. ICnHtK-ki-m-iii tin d in behalf of her ' y. a iiii-mi..i-i In the telephone oflce. a-kttig the board the prlvl-'g- fm l-i- LUiuitf to school a half It- ur lati in the morning, by reason f hi- beliiK romiM-lled to keep late iMiura at night. 1 he superintendent belntr prei-ent. aud interrogated eon--crniiig ihi matter, explained that he hal tra-.leil the boy a lo-mluute p MiJege, wlileli being aousea uy hl.n vasretoked. No action was nken about the matter. T'-e allowance of bills was the first order of business. Several bills were paused upon. Superintendent Owen being called took as hid text "The assignment of pupils, and the annoying complaints made on account ot It." He was listened to with close attention. He made a clear, concise statement of his case. He stated that he had worked faithfully and unceasingly to admit and properly assign all pu pils entitled to school privileges, and hat with the Insufficient accommo dation" tils eifurts were of necessity hercoiean. He bad been tormented unmercifully by the complaints of 'part nts, and yet seemed to have no credit for wtiat be bail done. He had alone borne the beat and burden of the day just as long as he could stand It, and now wanted the cordial, earnest support of the board. He-did not propose to go on hereaf ter without the necessary backiug. In the course of the discussion which followed these remarks, Mr. Cunningham said that he was suffi ciently Informed to be able to state that there was an organized move outside to burden the superintendent with such innumeraule duties, la bors and perplexities in connection with the admittance of pupils aud the assignment of the same as to compel the board to remove Mr. Owen, and for one he proposed to back him up with all means iu his power, and for this reason he sub mitted the fol'owing resolutions, which were passed without a dis senting voice: Wiierkas certain complaints have been made againt Mr. Owen, suer Intendent of the public schools of Hallua on account of the assignment of certain pupils to certain rooms, and the refusal or admission to the achnol of other pupils; Whereas fun her, many persons i-eem to have erroneous Impressions regarding the matter; and VViiekeas ue. the board of educa tion have thoroughly examined and iuvptttigiiietl the matters complained of, ami tind thnt the action taken nan the only t-uurxe that could have liren had, under the circumstance, fur the liesi interest of the schooln, ind ilie mily ai'tliui thai could have lieeii had under the rules and regulation- ai'iipteil hy the biard for the -.'ii nice oi the superintended; lie" f"re he It Bnto'vtd, That thin hoard does en-liir-eiiie aetioii of the superintend etit ami suggt-!t that alt complaints concerning these matter bp brought hert-ifter directly to the board of education. All members present seemed de termined to Htttnl by the efficient and able superintendent, and make his trials and tribulations their trials aud tribulations. The nuperlntendent submitted a reort of the school accommoda tions, tiie assignment of pupils, &., which wa attentively examin ed by the members. He explained that there was not sufficient funds to complete any mote rooms, and that they would have to do the best they t-nuld with the accommoda tions at hand. Mr. Cunulngbam suggested as a remedy to finish the remaining rooms in the Oak Dale building, and by building a foot bridge on Mulberry street, numerous other pupils could te accommodated. The prevailing opinion, however, wa.H that jutt at present no new rooms could be finished. The report of the superintendent referred to was as follows: CENTRAL. J'upiU. Seals. High school 41 41 Seventn Grade ... 69 76 Sixth grade 45 47 Fifth grade 5S el Fourth grade ... 43 45 Third grade . 45 56 Second grade 52 50 First grade (X) 52 SOUTH PARK. First grade 49 4S Second grade 38 37 Third grade S3 44 LOOAN. First grade . . 49 42 OAK PALE. First grade 49 48 Second grade 44 44 SECOND WARD. First Grade .... 55 60 First Grede 45 49 Second grade . . 60 54 Third grade 61 56 Fourth grade . . 55 54 Fifth grade ... 57 54 Sixth grade . . 49 48 The superintendent showed that the accommodations in the various buildings were aa follows, in the way of seats: Central 418 Second"Ward 328 South Park .129 Oak Dale &2 Logan 43 Santa Fe . ..49 1,169 Enrollment 1,034 Business being over the Board re solved themrelves Into a story-telling body. Marktand and Flanders proed to be authority on cats, Gib son on wood-peeking, while the me lodlnua volcea ot Lovltt, Wllmartb, Wellington and like silver bells." others "rang out Asaarlarpw: Messrs. Vinson & Conkle, the bankers, are closing out their busi ness at this place, and will locate at Cimarron, Gray county. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Mc Phall, Feb. 7, a ten-ponnd girl. Father doing as well as could be expected. D. A. Eagles, of Gypsum City, haa sold bU harness shop to a fialina man. On Wednesday evening a surprise party was held at the Freeman House In honor of Messrs. Vinson & Conkle, who are about to leave the city. A large number of frienda were present, Including some from Mentor and Bridgeport, etc The music waa good, and the entertain ment throughout waa hifffalv entov- j ed. AB exmlest capper was wired. The City Council. The city dtda met in special or called session Tuesday night, Mayor Banks In the chalrand all the mem bers present but Walton, who was sick. The clerk being absent at the beginning of the session Mr. FiU patrick was elected clerk pro tetn. The committee appointed to ap praise the damages in the matter of the opening up t Oakdaie nveune, from Johnston avenue to Ash street, made their report as follows: Mrs. HoJtand Mn. I'nllttps A.J. bawln Mum -in in 1 IK It having been previously under stood that the Riverside Laud Cum min v waa to Dav the exin-n-es of the opening of raid street, Mr. M. J Wellslarer. who represented 111 company, appeared before the coun cil aud claimed that the award was too great and that they could not pay it. He thought they could set tle eheaer 1th the parties, theni selvfr, and preferred doing so rather than not having the street opened. On motion the report of the appra!iers waa received and placed on file. Mr. Underwood stated that the bond of the sewer contractor, Fitz gibbon had not been sunt iu yet, but was expected every day. Mayor Banks suggested that one of the bondsmen should live here, as otherwise it would be necessary to go away from home In case of suit upon the bonds. The suggestion was placed In the frm of a motion and carried. Mr. Daum called the atten tion of the council to the mud dy crossings, caused by their being dug In, and built below grade. He thought they should be built high enough so they could be kept clean. On motion the street committee was instructed accordingly. It was also moved and carried that sidewalks be Included, and that the be built on the ground and not dug Into It. Mr. Daum said, not criticising the action of the city engineer, lie thought there should be a commit tee to act with him in the new grad ing of streets, which should not be left to one man alone. Mr. Fitzpatrick moved that tin clerk be instructed to collect all up paid licences from hacKmeu ami draymen. This licence amounts to f 25 a year, and lias been paid only by four backmen. Mr. Uudcrwooii and Mr. Page thought it wubunjn-; to tax a backman, more than any body else, and thought if :iu occum tion tax was placed on one, it should be placed on all occupation) in 'In city. Mr. Daum thought if the ih- or wagonsor vehicles should be tae at all, the revenue should goto t by street Improvement fund. All seemed to think, however. that while the ordinance was In force it should be obeyed aud en forced until repealed. Mr. Daum suggested that the con tract for thirty crossings, herelofon made, was not sufficient, but tin matter was laid over until the next meeting. Mr. FItzpatrick moved that tin vote by which the appropriation or dinance was heretofore defeated, be reconsidered, which va carried, and the clerk calling the roll the same was parsed. Major ItaulvH -ueMcd that the ordinauce fixing the cniiipeustilioii of city offieeri) should be. iwsiil h. sonn as possible, and on motion i.f Mr. Daum, the committee on ex penditures was ltiEttucted to pre pare and report such an ordinance. Mayor Hank recommended tint' the dog tax ordinance be repealed, and that all dogs In the cty be re quired to be regiterrd, ami thoight the cost of registering yhonld be fL.60 for male and $5.00 fur female dog, aud a violation result in tin- at rest aud fine of the owner No action was taken In the matter. At this juncture the reporter was driven out of the council chamber, the solons going into secret sessi-iu for the consideration of the rc ort of the committee on the investiga tion of the charges against the ki lice department. A luug-wiuded dh-cuasion ensued, which lasted un til midnight, and jt is umlerditod the committee thought thnt though the officers might be guilty ot Ille gally extracting money from tlio scarlet women of the city, yet their removal would not be advisable. The mayor read the law- on the sub ject, aud it was stated that thej.0 received from Madame Clark and Madame Sttft was simply as security for their apiearance lu the jvolice court. This and the Herald man's refusal to testify to what he knew about the matter, made possible the conclusion reached. The council then adjourned. Jlohrer' Sunday Chrontrle is cer tainly a Sunday paper "as is a Sun day paper." It is "long-drawn out" In reading matter and full of sweet ness. It Is a paper to doze over on a Sunday not that it has auvsopho rific ingredients, but is of that sort of matter which brings a calm to spirits perturbed by the every day battle of life, and which delight in the rest and quiet of Sunday. One takes up the Chronicle as he does a satisfac tory dinner, and chews and dlgestB as he goes along. Rohrcr, rather late In life, baa "taken hie pen In band" to record the eventa of the day. He Is, however, much more successful than half the newspaper writers. What be lacks in uewspa per training he fully makes up In persistency, push, dash, courage. To the world the Gazelle enterprise was a prodigious, marvelous success. Aa a matter of fact, however. It stood upon a sandy foundation, as all other morning newspaper ven tures must in a city of the size of Abilene. But tbe world pronounced it a success. Rohrer bad the hap py faeulty of making the world be lieve It, and that was all that waa necessary. The proprietor gained as much honor and glory from it as if It had been as paying as a gold mine. The case of Volney Ball vs. David Hardeity, error from Lincoln coun ty, which the supreme court re; verses, Is of some importance In Sa iina; where the parties and facta are well known. In fact,- a Saiina lawyer, Mr. Garver, has appeared for the defendant in error. Both men own mills on the Saline river, In the southeast part ot tbe county Mr. Ball's mill being lower down on tbe stream and where Beverly is now ltnatVd. The suit was begun about Ave years ago by Mr Hardesty suing Mr. Ball for damages sustained from back water. After lingering In the courts from disagreement ot juries, etc., the wind-up chows about $2,000. to hare accumulated in costs. BOARD OF TRADE. Tba Canal- Factory Matter Presented St th llecllc; La.tM-ht.-Th- Bu- . sell itcai fatata Convention. Gentlemen to the number of fifty representing largely the business In terests of the cfty.were present Tues day night at the board or trade hall.to bear and consider the proposition of Mr. William Ballinger, ot Keokuk, Iowa, coucernlng the matter ot es tablishing a canning factory at Sa iina. The meeting waa called to order by A. L. Dodge, the vice-president, w ho Introduced Mr. Ballinger to the audience. Aa atated by Mr. Dodge, Mr. Ballinger ia president of the Keokuk Canning company and president or the Western Peaching association. The speaker stated that he had come to Saiina uKu the luvltatiuu of its board of trad'. During tne day he had visited portions of ihe city uud outlying territory iu com ,uiuy with several of Its citizens. He was very much Impressed with the advantages of Saiina for the es tablishment of a cannlnc factory. It possesses the soil and population essential to the successfully carry ing out or that enterprise. Mr. Bal linger made Baltimore, Md., aa the comparative basis for his computa tions, as Baltimore In a great manu facturing center of canned goods In this country. While at Washington City recently he had called upon Col. Greely, of the signal service, aud guined from him the informa tion that the rainfall of Kansas was lour-tirths or that ot Maryland, and upon further questioning he was as sured by the signal servlee officer that the quality of tho soil in Kan-sa- more than compensated for the difference of rainfall. , Mr. Ballinger had heard state ments which ludueed him to be lieve that Kansas was not a flrst clas section for the growth of corn, but upon a full Investigation he had become cuuviuced that it Is espec ially adopted to corn, tomatoes, peas Aiul beans, which articles enter Into the niauulactures of a canning fac tory. The ICeokuk factory lias been In operation now about thirty years the lait four years under Ida super vision as Its president aud manager. It was iaying splendid dividends The territory auxiliary to the fac tory was curtailed lu half by the MiMiisflppi river, and the soil fail ed to compare with fie soil about rsaliua. He estimated that on ac count of the poor land there, the quantity of really good land at Keo kuk, (deducting one-half for the ter ritory eliminated by the Mississippi river would rate only one-Mxlh of the good land at Saliua for the purpose of a i-anninir factory. About $ 25 000 had lieou invested fur buildings ami ma iiiuery lor the Keokuk works. One hundred laborers were employ- d regularly; double that uumber luring the bu-y seanoti. They wete largely women and made a dollar 'o a dollar ai.d a quarter a day for hir i-erviees. Tomatoes cost 20 enls a bntfcel, cotu $5 a ton at the factory, end mj on. These figures vrnuld give i lie farmer iu tins coun try $40 an acre for the production of these articles. Fortunately at Faliua. Mr. llallln--r said, the laboring population dwelt in tin- northeast net inn of tbe 'Hinfcj Hill river. An outlet was leercsiry in carrying off the refuse from a canning factory, aud the -iinoky Ilnl would serve that i ur piice admirably. Mr. lialliuger vaB asked uuiner out questions regarding tiie workings if a canning ractory, cot of mater ial, etc. Some conversation or quite .in indefinite character was euganed in by citizens. No proposition was formally made to Saiina by Mr. Ballinger. The following committee was :liocii to act iu conjunction with Mr. lt.iliinger to formulate a plan for the establishment ot a canning factory at Saiina: A. L. Dodge, A. Wellington, Dr. J. W. Daily, M. J WelNlager aud Alex Berg. 'I lie secretary, Mr. Boud, read a communication from the real estate men of Russell, calling the special attention of Saiina Real es tate nml buine!-s men to the real ts a-e convention which convenes In Russell on Thursday, Feb. IB, and requesting that a large delegation shall go from Saiina. The commu nication recited that other parts of tho State were holding their real es tatr meetings, for the purpose of In fluencing immigration which was to come into Kansas this spring, and it behooved the towns which were tributary to the Union Pacific from Saiina west, for whicb the conven tion was called, to be acting. Mr. Bond stated he had been selected by tbe real estate men to at tend the Russell convention, but he thought Saiina wliloh was the larg est town in the scope of territory named should send a delegation of twenty-five gentlemen to Rus ell on Thursday. Tbe chairman appointed Oscar Seltz aa a delegate to represent the board ot trade at Russell, and requested that as many real estate and business men as could, to attend. Shooilnc at a Oca. For some time, till last niaht, a woman known as "tbe actreas Clark" has been conducting a home in tbe Dally &, Rash addition, weat of Dry creek. The place which knew her and her kind before, know them not at this writing for on last even ing they deemed it judicious to re move to quarters distant from Saii na, by reason of adiaturbanoe which occurred at Madam'ee place the night previous. A number of young "bloods" from the-city were mak ing merry at tbe place Saturday night, and two men coming from thecouurt; being denied admittance sought to retaliate by opening Sro on the bouse with pistols. This part of tbe play waa nqt on tbe program or relished by the Inmates, and some of them made It their dnty to seek open ground and tent a number of leaden messengers In tbe dlreo tlon of the assailants, who were pro tected in the distance by tbe dark ness of the night. The battle ot the tpotts happily ended without blood shed. This part of tbe city Is said not to be In the corporate limits. 1 will be In Satlna early In til spring with the nicest and best lot ot evergreen trees ever brought to Kansas. I will sell them obeap, or will set them ont and warrant their erowtb for a reasonable price. Per sons wishing any particular kind can get what they vast by addressing me jtt Colorado Springs. dl-wl EoBEjr Bbowtt. "DEADf That Is West one Member Rraatked or tho Hoard of Trade Mrrtloc LatMtbt-Botwe UnraaNnt. Monday night wasj-egular month ly board ot trade meeting. There were present all told, P. Q. Bond, W. H. Shaffer, C U. Martin, N. Wilson, W. R. Grimm aad yaur very obedient reporter. After a time one solitary individual looked In at ihe door and returned whence be came. Mr. Shaffer soon took bis departure, and then Mr. Dow came In and occupied a front seat at Ihe table, in perusal of the papers. This was all, aud nothing more. The president and viee-president being absent, the meeting was net formally called to order. The Oklahoma question was dis cussed In IU several phases, and there were nearly a mauy styles of arguments as there were persons present. One or two contenied that that country was of no earthly use for a white man to live In, while some asserted that the natural ad vantages are even better than tbe southern part ot Id im. By some It was urged that the npeulngof that Territory would oauje a very de pressing result upon this State, In asmuch as many thousands woald depart for that land of promise; others, that the effect upon Kansas, If at all of a retarding nature, could be only temporary. Neither of the theorists was convince! of tbe un tenableness of his position, and the discussion seemed to have ended by tacit agreement like a dead lull of the simoon or the desert. The subject which was brought up next wat t. e tariff. Nat. Wilson, that Trojan of free trade doetriue, set the ball to rolling. C. II. Mar tin, Esq., was not one to tamely sub mit to such a taunt. The discussion waxed hot between the two disput ants Indeed so earnest and so ob livious were they to aught else that no other person could have got lu a word edgewise had he been able to give an intelligent Idea of this ab struse subject, or felt like mixing In tbe heated dlscusslou.Charley seem ed to have gained a few point on his adversary from the discussion. When we left they had got down to the tragic aet of whispering into each other's ears. Sobs or Veteran. A full and complate otgnnization was made Monday night of Sous of Veterans, which has beeu designa ted Camp Burnside. The organiza tion waa effected at O. A. R. hall, which will be it J future place ot meeting on each Monday eveuing.- The muster in was made dy If. N. Hendricks, of Abilene, mustering officer, and he was assisted hy five member or Camp Abilene, No. . Several members of John A. Logan post G. A. R., Salimt, were present to witness the ceremonies. The previous election ot officers was declared unauthorized, and a new election was proceeded with, as follows: U. G. Boyer, Captain. W. R. Robbing, Ht Lieut. O. E. Collins, 2nd Lieut. Camp council Edgar Anderson, J. E. Ebling and Harry Smith. The following officers were dtily appointed: W. G. Ebling, Chaplain. A. C. Audersen, Orderly Sergeant. Henry Fuelis, Quartermaster Ser gtatit. Harry Smith, Sergeant of Guard. A. E. Hedeuberg, l'rleiial Mu sician. Win. Price, Camp Guard. C. Clark, Pieket Guard. Heury Suead. Color Sergeant. J. E. Heunhig, Corimral of Guard. Tweuly-flve members were mus tered in, as follows: U. G. Rover, Henry FucIib, O. E. Collins, C T. Braithwait, B. A. Reser, W. It. Rob blnB, G. G- Ebllug, William Clark, A. C. Anderson, J. E. Ebling, Henry Snead, Harry Smith, G. W. Adam-", D. A. Brown, M. Weis, A. Holmes, E. A. Hedenherg, J. E. Henuiug, C. Clark, H. V. Hilton, J". S. hearl, E. B. Bally, H. Mousley,John Weis, Edger Anderson. The Kansas City Journal of Satur day contained the following in its Topeka correspondence: KO U ATTORN KY UENEBAU For some time there has been nothing said about tl e candates for attorney general. Now tbe friends of Harper S. Cunningham. of ballna, have determined to present Inn name to the nest state convention and ask that be be nominated to the offlee of attorney general. Mr. Cun ningham is a prominent lawyer of Central Kansas, and has won many friends. He has marked legal abili ties, Is widely known and a-111 make a good race. He will be remeuiber ea In Kansas City aa the speaker at tbe Mystic Shrine banquet u ho wou tbe first place nmong the speakers, and who gave Ihe new title to that city oi tuc'intra-unntineuUl City. ' His friends are now actively at work. Mr. Cunningham ia rapidly rising In bla profession and ranks nel at the bar or his Judicial dlstriet. He would make a competent offleer. Gypsnm City Eoho: Alex Chlsbolm writes that he is Ib National City, California. Oypsnm City will havea flist-class opera house In a few weeks. . D. Hall was appointed marshal by the council Monday nlgnt. E. C. Smith, tbe secretary or our Building and Loan Association, sent In last Monday night, bla resigna tion. The membera of this associa tion, and our people, owe him a debt ofjrralitnde for the work he did In eflfotlng and carrying on this organ ization. We should plant trees because they shield ua from tbe ana and break tbe force of the winds. They beautify and ornsment a town or a city. They add to the beauty and value of property. We refer to Satl na as an example. Trees wlllde equally as well in Oypsnm City as 8ailna. The soil Is fust as well adapted to tbe growth. The present year will bt a favorable one to their growth. The sidewalk whieh falls abruptly for a foot Just as it reaches the Jour nal building la a source of rnueb complaint, and illl be made the source of a mammoth damage suit against the city er the owners of the buildings one of these dark nights. Complaint haa frequently been made to tbe council, bat no no tice taken of It. Bewnret bewarel! PUBLICATI05 S0TICE. BTATEOFKAS8AMI COtrS-TTOr SAI.I3E1 In tbe Dlitrlct coert. " Sextas B, Bees, pUatur. Emma Boss, defeodsat. To Em a Boas, dsfasdsat la abare Btaea Too wlH take notice thai tbe pJBUff. Hex taa B. Boas, has soed Too. la tbe District Court of Hallos Cooaty, Kansas, by flBac Bl4 peUUoa In said eoart, wlta Ibe clerk tbereof. oatbeSOtb day of January, A- D, MS3. that yoo most answer said peUUoa oa er before the HU day of March. A. n, IS, T ths pe tition wtu bs taken aa true asd Jadgomtat drroreinr tbe said pJsnUff froao yea wBH be rendered aa prayed for In said pUt tan. Saxrea B. Res, SJ-t Plaatltr. Notice la hereby given to all sub scribers for lota in the Episcopal Military Addition to Saiina that they are requested to make their payments promptly to H. S. Taggart, seeretary, at the American State Bank. When one Ins made eight payments he can draw his lots. -2t J. H. Pkesoott, Pres. c. rosT. Auctioneer. Chieo. Kama. Will attend to sales la any part of the eouutry, at priees to correspond with tho times. Will attend to get ting oat bills when desired, and can I assist In distributing when desired. Satisfatlouc gaaranteed. 2-3m Dr. Flact'a Fiuallr Olnlwsnt. i Never fails to soothe aad hear i cuts', burns, bruises, 8eh wounds, lnfiamatlon, sprains, pimples, chil blains, salt rheum, chapped lips er hand.", frost bites, cold sores, sore nipples, and all diseases ami erup tion of the akin. Young ladles Dr. Piagg'a family ointment will remove all pimples, blackheads, treekles and other blemishes from your face, leaving the skla soft, smooth aad beautiful. No family will be with out It after testing its marvelous soothing and healing properties. Sold by druggists for 25 eents or mailed on receipt ot prtee, by the Williams' M'po. Co. Cleveland, O. rite.t riiest rile. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint ment is the only sure cure for bltnd bleeding or Itching, idles ever dis covered. It never falls to etire old chronic cased qf long standing. Judge Coous, Maysvllle, Ky., says : "Dr. WilliaroB' Indian Pile Oint ment eured me after years or suffer ing." Judge Cofllubury, Cleveland, O., says: "1 have found by expe rience that Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment gives immediate and permanent relief." We have hun dreds of such testimonials. Do not suffer an Instant longer. Sold by druggists at SO cents and $1 per box or mailed on receipt price, by the Williams' Mr'o Co., Cleveland. O. Administrator's Notice. STATE OK KASSAS.1 CocarriirMALixr. In tbe probate ecurt la aad for nU county. In tiie matter of tbe estate of K.1. Cbata plln,tleeeMel. Notice ts hereby give that tellers of ad ministration bare been (ranted to Ihe ufrW slenea oa tbe eetale or ft- S. t'hampHa, tale of Mid eoanlr, deceased, bj Um bwaoraMe. tbe probate court of tbe couBty and slate aroreM. uateu tae imru da or February, A. I. !. Now, all persons bavin; alalia asalnstsaldeMale are br-by aotltetl Ibat tber miHt present Ihe Miae lu Ihe under -Pencil lor allowance, within one year frata ihedateof ald letter, or Iber may be pre eluded from any beaeflt of sarh date; and thai tfiHK-H clslmi be not exhibited within lhre' years alter the dale of aud letters, Iber shall be forever barred. Mehct n. fHAieti.x February J, Itoa. AdmlaHtmlrtx. S-tt Publkatiea Notice. In the District Court of bullae enaatr.Kaa sh: Rjlen Pcttarwa, 1 nKtaUff,) vs. Peter J. ratteraoa. Defendant. I Tbe da'bndaat Peter J. Petterson will pleas take notice that he ban been sard by peeintltr In said curt, and In tbe ahoreentltlaa eaase and that defendant taatt amwrrthe paiHIoa aied herein, on or bettor the End day ul Mareb. A. D.t ,or the same will be taken a- true aad Joditn-o- rendered weordinaiT. tbe nalnrc of wbirh oaall on a decree dlvore lae ptalatlBTframdefendsat- tnr Ibe enstody nurture, eajcatHtn and earn of minor call-dr-n and that certain rani and perso ial an. ertr deeerttad tat aala petttton b- awarded plaint'? la her own aamear.-l rtcfat. , " Prrranaex. By Moore & Qataby. her attorr ey. 7 -a Notice. ald proposals to dlsrnarsr th- dot lee of Hapertntcndent of the Cii avium ac anra1ac;toieelacs41oa aowon ale will b mewed at the oaks the Cooaty i-takef aanaeemnry, until it o'clock u. Monday. PearanrTjatu.l'eM. By order of the Boaid ofCoanty tonunlsolooers. Jna "AB!ir, r.mntyChuk. M0A1) NOTirE. Btatb or Kansas.) roaatyof Haltnr. I r-ic o. i l iTl CUtMK.I SALIX t. Jau-J II. ISM. 1 TiTOTICB Is hereby tlrea. that nn the llth XI daror Jaauarv, Ugs. a petition alened by B. SAeaa aad Mothers, wa prwnteTtn the Board of roan ty ( 'oaualsslooers .if the C'oon ty and State aforesaid, praying fr Ibe re- mtmni eeruun roao. dearrtbrd lows. VtX J on lewnshtn line betw.,n rangeJ.ai.il I IS ranee t Weat i-.HnneaetoK 75 rod sooth of X W corner of --eilon at, TowiMblp U. ftanjn 3 Wm, and 11m- 3f E eur ner of t-ert tonal. Town 13. Hane I West, aad tbeaee Hontb ahoot V, mile i.r ranmui -.oth KaMirwm the ebo- e named i-ul. ..nd tnenre SWbnca totbetiwnVplt,M-.illni. .tt., ,i i'?,.?"?'.n.Ja,! """on Une Iwlwren the N X and 8 V ', of Mid wrtion . lent Ins, a roW Ibe bead of a certain rre.lt bra neb wntcn renenieniy eroM said township line. eMabllsli a road wht-re aw bwaled. Whereupon M Hoard of I -ininty I'miab Vwtr appointed Ibe Ibliowlnc named ir S0.'.? r' "-hsnanai John i rate and W. II. Meant a ewcr. ujtii lu.lrmf too to meet. In conjunction wltb th- County hnr XeJro.r,J" '' """ "f h Brail In Elm f-reek Towiwhlp, on Krldi, Ibe -Hh da of March, Is, and ror--d tu lew aald rnud. and live all partly a hearing. By order of the Hoard of t onntr Comml. stoners. JOSEni HAKilBNT, n I oonly Clerk. " " TCTjuimriiii. ii n4 ltani . aji , The Original WIn3. f . A. Simmeat Uecr M ediciac. KM'd h Ul'. u- & CMrt nsrsATS J. I cr Utcslaler. Efd br inln. iM. M. A. S. L. M. has tor 47 years :sred txDiotJTioM BuwisaEss, DTsnrstAKx Ukabacjis J-ot . ArraTiTS, Sotm bioHAcnrETc. i-i"... ? a. Pr M. E. 'l?"IelAd,R'Tr,,i es:"I JUuak 1 boJ : have been dead Kat lor your Lcaatee M. A. 9ms- ewm t.ivtr Medicwe. I have I SFW? . to "Mn "Zedla't Itofl" fer vesr VI M ' dne, bat it doa't uiwtr th parpotc" ut. j k. Crsvct, Sdtter TU I received a r V:Sl of year Liver Mcdi.ine, aai bne sec J hall of it. ItwerVtlJl'' a rharei f w.M - better Llvvr Lc- l-inr 4 J m. 1 tilnly bs sort of ZoLb i Eixtare. VERNON & BOND, Music Emporium. Established may 1, 1887. EVery pachase or gooda amounting te 96 entlUes you te aTohoree for drawing a prize. Call and select your nuaber. ' ,,'LyillangTspaes4a m .731111,1 mp ,f y jrtv t - s M.A- GIVEN AWAY. A flue Piano, Organ, Sewing Machino, Guitar antl Yiolin given away to our patrons. All who hare or may purchase goods oj us lnierestea orp&rncuiars call on us ai io South Santa Fe Grier Block, Saiina, Kansas. Ehret Music, Masle IVks, Small IastrumenU, Orgaa aad Plaaa Stools and Covers at lowest prices. Pianos, organs aad Hewtg Machines sold oa the rental or tasUllaaeat plan, at from pa M per moo I h Bp. Second hand PtatKusOrgaua and Sewing Maohlnea repaired aad Mid. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and tee the finest s'eek and lowest priees la antral Kaaaaa at 128 Soath Saata Fe, Orter H'ok, Saiina, Kansas. . ... Leave orders for taoiHg and mo ving Planea. Planes moved wltli fr fect safety by oar new patetit truck. . ...,-. QcXi9aKd4aBoUelteji, CatilogaeaiBAUkdlraflgP .imMitflfffai - Established 1875. AH work Tranaaiad. 77s win, i nail i rata vat is set ap and eettr iiWtsiatlsu Clren. Wa bare sneeaM rretafct rates from tbe east aa4 eaa set ap snoa wark cheaper wark sin. C than say hoaM la esatral Kan in. Oa aaa see as fceasre at Sbp oa Till street )att south ef Opera How. M. ii. Kar asm. 8. M. Paukss, rrearieter I-4e QUINCY & CO. HVAE MONEY TO LOAN On Faria asd City Property at the Best Jutes. Real Bstate sohl oa Commission. and Exchanged 2mt QUINCY & CO. Insurance In the b c eeBipanie. Agents for Etaa, rf Hartford, Uerreaa-Ataeri-oan, oi New York, Son Fire Offlee, ef London, Ceneordla, ete. SgtXf Notlee. Ia Um matter ot the asetcaateat of J. L. CarroU. AU petMos auMiae etalBM aaataH J. L. CrrU, ftwBMrly of New CmbMl Raasas. are nwue.lt to areeent the sataaia bm aa Mar I. It. 4 . lea, at waarvr Hotel la Sew CsmWt. Rasw, far alhxnuMw. Alter Mar It. M, as stalai wttl be aUowea. Dated Jaaaary j, 1(WK. i-nt w.j. Doxxtb, Assignee. D. FlUpatriek. J.W. Going. F1TZPAX1SICK.A: G'OI.G. Real Kstale. Loan, aad lasttr- aace Agents and Abstrao ton. They will be pleased te see you to-day and every other day, at their offlee iu Post Offlee Utaek, Saiina, Kansas. A regular line of haeks ami carriages run from their eoraer to all parts of the elty, free ot charge, to all who wish to examine their bargains In eity and suburban prop erty. They will sell vo lots In South Park fifty hy two hnadred feet In siae, at from three hudred and sevoHty-five dollars tp to five hundred dellar. eaeh, and give you liberal terms. They have r the finest bloeks iu thin NtteM addition. Tliey have an aere f raatiHg om SanU FeAveaweaiHl IHghUad Aresme. A beautiful tract for a very reasonable Irlee. Call ami see about It. Threa iote on SanU Fe Avemta In Um Kan sas WeseyaM gnHtiethi, all together oh corner for only MfteeM Manured dollars. How woakl yaw like two Una loU an Iron Anmae for oaly eighteen hHntlrail doilara? They are a bargain. In faet spaea hi too rateable to emimerate many of the bargains. Theea way be sold before you see them. Io yoa wMi to borrow- money t a lat in bttildlng y a house? They have monay tt loan oh eity property for one, two or three years, prlMetpal and Interest, payable at their otHee. They have a eowpleto set or ab4ret books for SaliHe county, kept up evary day. r not htty aythiag without art abstract, they will fnrHbh you eom ideta abstraet at a very reasonable IH-Iee. They are the asteMtn ftr the CoHHeetrettt MnInmI IJf Inuraitee CompMHy for laaHitHr mtmey on far mi. Vast can "get money aw gawd property at per rent aad a rwaaon able couiiHi-H. If ysw want a straight loan they will da wetter than moitof the laaH ewMrwares. One jooil feature of thoee hmies Li that they tan be paid In shims af owe hun dred dollars, w-beuever a coupon is due, and the interest redueatl that much; all the loan eau he pa hi at any time. They have houses aad lots for aala, farms for sale, aBd aere tracts for sale, in fact alwoet any thing you may neatl. This space be loHgs to them and trout time to time speelal bargain will appear. Do not forget the place nor the flr, Fltjspatrlck fc Going Pot Offlee Block, Saiina. Kansaa. SPOONER PAT. COLLAR " onee a nans. Warts few - -rHertst Ksck. Hst t rn af Swkbngv VrabsMHssactoaiacs. MA mr " lr Mrk " AlKTOUK MASHtJV SaKia POe. THCM. aPnaVn jarim van. rr. vf ""8 IXC ajkis d'ieSsaal fEfali K rf J s.