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A delegate convention of the Republicans of
Sedgwick county. Kan., is hereby called to
meet in the city of "Wichita on alunlay.March
!, 1TO2, at 10 o'clock a. m., lor tli purpose of
electing twenty delegates and ti enty alter
nates to the conk'iebMoual convention to be held
at tho city of Klnsley,KanonMa 3,18!rat 10
o'clock a, m., for the purpose of t lectins two
riclcpitesaiid tuo alternates to the national
Republican convention to be Jield in the city
of Minneapolis, Minn,, on June 7, 1W-; nHo,
to elect twenty deleutes and twenty alter
nates to tho congressional convention of the
Seventh congressional district of Kansas, to
ho held in the city of Kingman, Kan., on
Wednesday. June 15, 1892, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
"or the purpose of nominating; a candidate for
congress in the Seventh congressional dis
trict of Kansas, and also to nominate one pres
idential elector; also to elect font leen delegates
and fourteen alternates to the Mate Uepubli
can convention to be held in the city of Hutch
inson, Kan., on Thur-nlaj, the ."ith day of May,
lKtt, at 11 o'clock a. nu, for the purpose of
nominating one conctessinaii at large tor the
htatcol Kansas, thue prudential electors,
and six delegatesat large a'ld i alternates to
the National Republican miMiif ion to be held
tit Minneapolis, .Minn., on .lime 7, IbD"-'; also, to
elect fourteen delegates ami lotirteenulternates
to the state Republican convention to bo held
Dt Topcka, Kan., on Thur-day, the JWth day of
Juue, lMfc.', at 10 o'clock a.m., for tho purpose
of nominating a full Republican state ticket.
Tho basis of representation for the county
convention shall be. one delegate at large for
each ward in the cit j of ichita, one dtlogato
ot large for each ton uhip. except mg town
ships naving two voling precincts, which shall
lie entitled toono delegate at latge fiom each
voting precinct, and one delegate for each
twenty-live otes or major fraction thcieof
east for J. R. Hallow ell for member of congress
iu 1W0; under which rule the.seeral townships
and wards are entitled to delegates as follows: '
;j Rocklord, Mulvane.
Krant, 4 I'moii
Garden Plain N
Garden Plain S...
:$ Valley Center X....
2 Valley Center S....
2 Wichita City
3 ctfoud waid
4 Third ward
3 Fourth ward
r. Fifth ward
- Sixth ward
Said delegates and alternates to tho said
t ounty convention shall be selected on March
S4. 1M"-, in the townships between tho hours of
t o'clock p. in. and 0 o'clock p. m. and in tho
city of Wichita between the houJs of 4 o'clock
p. m. and 7 o'clock p. in. of said day.
By order of the Republican centinl commit
tee of edgwick coiinn, Kansa-,.
W. S. Moitttis, Chairman.
W, j. Hazfn, Pecietary.
W. W. Egnow of Kansas City Is in the
Marshall Grimes of Kingfisher is at the
A. L. Faiichild of Kansas City is at tho
W. W, Beasley of Kinsley is at the
J. M. Crossfield of Pratt is at the Man
hattan. J. E Dewitt of St. Joe, was in town yes
C. A. Sheldon of Winfleld is iu town on
U. C. Wood of Hutchinson is a guest at
J W. Hamilton of Xashvilla is stopping
st the Carey.
M. A. Pattou of Fort Scott is registered
at the Occidental.
L U Bo3"er of Scott City was registered
it the Motropole.
S. S. Boyerrtf Leoti, Kau., was at the
Captain H. B. Wo&dson of El Reno is
registered at the Carey.
W. IT. Barrett and wife of Fort Scott
lie at the Mauhattati.
J. R, Grecuwood of Chattanooga is iu
Ibo city on business.
W. C Tetenck of Kingman was at the
I). Felgar and wife were guests at the
Edward C. Jones of Ellsworth did business-
in town yesterday.
Mr. J. W. Larhnar has gone to Cali
fornia on a months-visit.
Mrs. J. D. Hewitt of Arkansas is visit
ing Mrs. Strong of Fan-mount.
Mr?. Dwight and daughter Lottie of
Mount Hope are at the Metropole.
Miss Olive Decatur of North Lawrence
ivenuo i visiting friend iu Arkansas.
W. H. Lench of th- Brunsivick hotel of ' the purchase price being paid in full, aud ;
Hutchinson was at the Metropole yester- ( a deed with the usual covenants of war
iU". ' ranty was executed by Sanders and his
The name of John W. Mnrdiqra ap- j wife. The claim, as set forth in the pet i
poared on the Motropolo register yester- jjou, that the property conveyed was other
du3- . than that held by her husband m trust
Colonel Sumner of Guthrie, O. T.. is in I for their children, and that i& wn
iwn on inisiuftps.
Fifteen childivu of the orphan's home
attend the College Hill school.
General T. T. TViylor of Hutchinson '
spent a few hours in the city yesterday
The College HiU achool will hold Arbor
Day exercises and will plant a Jerry Simp
bou aud a Senator PefTer tree.
Attorney J. R. Sites has bought lots on
tho "West Siae and is now moving a hand
some residence onto the place.
Grand Chancellor Will T. Walker of the J
Knights of Pythias win xrnva m tue city
today aud atteud the meeliug-of the lodge
in town tonight.
Domestic Troubles l'romp s Jack Dunbir to
Knd III? Life.
Shortly after noon yesterday Jack Dun
bar made an attempt to end his life in
Williams' gun store a few doors from the
Eagle office, and came within a ace of
succeeding. He entered the store as mod
estly as any other customer .and asked Mr.
Williams for a revolver Vg enough to kill
a man. He said this in a light merry way
which satisfied Mr. Williams that he was
joking. He was handed a o3-calibre and
he purposely doubted its size ho that he
might set a cnttridge to fit it that he
might kill himsilf His plan succeeded
and Mr. Williams gave him the cartiidge.
He very deliberately put the cartridge in
to the cylinder, turned it around to its
proper place and with a tragic wave of the
hand he placed the muzzle of the revolver
to his breast and fired the fatal shot, that
is, the shot that was fatal
to the transom window of Mr. Williams'
store, for the bullet went through there
and shattered it. The moment the pistol
exploded Dunbar fell with a heavy thud
on the floor, evidently thinking he had
killed himself, but he had not for the bul
let only touched his waist-coat and made
an additional button hole in his coat.
When he ascertained that he was not dead
and flying through the pearly gates, he be
came awful hot under the collar and fran
tically jumped around the store looking
for some other more reliable weapon
to kill himself with. Tho noise of the re
volver brought several passersby to the
scene and two or three stout men grabbed
the would be suicide and, with difficulty,
held him till Officer Harmon came who
took him to the new city jail. After being
locked up, he acted like an enraged tiger
in a cage until he was almost exhausted
The cause of Mr. Dunbar's trouble
is domestic unhappiuess. Last year some
trouble arose between himself and his
wife, and like so muuy other men, he left
the country rather than yield to his wife
and patch up the difference as he would
have doue if he were a philosopher. His
wife had as much mettle as he had and
she, too, failed to act the part of a philoso
pher. The result was that their poor lit
tle children were sent to the Children's
home to be taken care of. Tuesday Jack
returned, and finding his children in the
"home" tried to get them, but was ie
fused. Ho went there yesterday in the
forenoon again and wus refused the chil
dren for a second time. The second refus
al made him desperate, and it was in this
condition he was when ho made an at
tempt to end his life.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carter request
your presence at the marriage of their
daughter Ophelia to Robert E. Hallowell,
Wednesday evening, March 23, at S o'clock,
at 521 Waco avenue, Wichita, Kan.
Thi- was the wording of the invitation
which drew together a very large
circle of Relatives and friends
to witness the marriage ceremony of Miss
Ophelia Carter and Mr. R. E. Hallowell.
Miss Carter is known and beloved by a
large circle of friends for her goodness, her
grace and her intelligence.
Mr. Hallowell stands high in business
for his sterling qualities of head and
On this occasion the pleasure of the in
vited guests were amply provided for, and
the warmth and glow of genuine hospi
tality met them at the door. The spacious
parlors wore a very inviting look, profusely
decorated with tropical plants aud cut
A huge number of the guests had al
ready assembled, when the strains of the
- ' weddiutr iharch came floating through the
H ! house, as if from heavou itself, at the con
i ' clusiou of which a beautiful song was
i . Tendered by Mrs. Heidel, of St. Louis,
4 ' during which the bridal party eutered aud
j stood beneath a beautiful lovers'
knot of white carnations. The bride made
4 i a most pleading picture in her marriage
y gow n of cream white faile, which accorded
20 charmingly with her bruue style,
1 J Tho costume itself was full of dis-
j tmctive elegance. The tulle veil wasfas-
teneu to tue neau simpiy anu nrtisiiciy
with lilies of the valley. Diamonds being
the only ornaments. There were two at
tendants, Miss Belle Madden of St. Louis,
and Mr. Walter Fouts. The bridesmaid's
dress of white China silk profusely
trimmed with chiffon and white carna
tions. The bride aud bridesmaid carried
bunches of loose white roses tied grace
fully with long white ribbons.
The gtoom aud groomsman were dressed
in tho usual conventional suit of black,
The ceremony was solomnized by the Rev.
Dr. Winters. Refteshmeuts were served
during the entire evening. The table was
handsomely decorated. A huge cornu
copia of untural flowers suspended from
the chandelier with loops of smilax and
white carnations brought to the four cor
nets of the table.
Mr. and Mrs. Catter were ably assisted
to dispense the hospitalities of their home
by their two daughters Mrs. David A.
Meekiug, Mrs. R. Mullencott, of St. Louis,
and Mrs. Gus Heidel. of St. Louis, Mrs.
Willinm Becktoll and Miss Herbert, sister
aud niece were unable to be present owing '
to sickness. Strains of soft, sweet music
furnished by Shaw's orchestra, could be ,
heani during tue entire evening with the
congratulations and good wishes of numer-
ous frieuds of the newly married collie.
The presents which were numerous and
elegaut were arrayed with great taste in
the lamilv sitting room at the hea 1 of the
sinus Numerous oougrrttulator tele
grams weie teceived from distant frieuds
Tilt: COLi.LGi. HIM. (ASE.
For the K3l.
Your excellent report of the suit of An
toinette Sanders vs. Thomas Devereux et
nl involving the title of forty acres of land
Ivmg south of Douglas avenue, on College
hill was anything but pleasaut red ng for
the present owners of thopropeity Tho
claim of the plaintiff, to one-halt of the
entire tt act indicates her purpose to take
posessiou of several of the choice residen
ces of the hill, or rather the grouud on I
which they aits located. This cae like all ,
others, will be tried on its merits, but it 1
will be a hardship to most of the defen I- i
ants to employ council to defend their
rights The facts are that this propeity j
was sold in "S3 for its full market value.
'not her intention ts convey thi- "
property is certainly no compliment to
her husband who induced her to aigo
This is the same old story of tind.ng a '
fatal defect m the title to property which J
has grown to be valuable. It is not the i
first instance of the kind in Vichita. It
is to be hoped that no interest ed party i
xvUY encourage this species of robbing peo- J
pie of their honest earnings by paying '
any tiling for a quit claim.
The plaintiff is a resident of Illinois, and ,
as stated heretofore, has long since receiv- s
ed and UJtd the full cash value nf this J
M- and Mrs. Alexander are occupying
their new hous4- c- Collece Hid th.s week. '
THE ADA3LS CASE.
The giving of testimony in the cae of
the United States ts. J. C. Adams was
commenced yesterday. It was a hard
matter to get a jury as most of the panel
had some scruple or other concerning the
infliction of capital punishment. The
jury was finally secured and consists of
the following gentlemen: James Brown,
William ilathlmu, John S. Henney, TV. P.
Redman, John Leibey, W. B. Bishop, A.
E. Sweet. A. S. Kohle. D. P. Dodge. L. B.
I Judson, Frank BerKer and O. P. T. Ewell.
The case is by far tho most interesting
that has been or will be tried here during
the term, owiug to the prominence of Cap
tain Couch aud all that has been said
about Adams when it was thought he
was going to be hung last summer. The
crowd in attendance is large aud consists
of ladies, merchants, attorneys, amateur
stenographers, Oklahoma boomers and
cowboy-. The two most interesting par
ties in the court are Mrs. Couch, widow of
the deceased, and Mrs. Adams, wife of the
defendant in the case. Mrs. Couch sits back
of Colonel Johnson the attorney assisting
Mr. Ady, and she watches the progress of
the trial with studious interest and fre
quently suggests something to the attor
neys for the prosecution. Mrs. Adams is
equally interested iu the case. She sits
back of her husband and listens to every
word that drops from the lips of the
witnesses. She has a pencil and a tablet
and she very often makes notes of what is
said. It is interesting to watch both
women, one of them seeking to avenge the
death of a husband through the ordinary
process of the law, while the other is
watching with breathless interest every
move made, which like the turn of a tide
may scud her husband to the gallows or
result in testoring him to her after two
yeais of anxiety. Some fourteen or fifteen
witnesses have been examined but it is
impossible to make a good guess yet what
the result of the trial will be. The prose
cution claims that a conviction is sure
while the defense are equally confident of
au acquittal. In point of ability there is
no difference between the attorneys on
both sides and as the jury is an intelligent
body of men the verdict, whatever it may
be, will lie rendered according to the
merits of the testimony.
A ltOUI.NG MEETING.
Persuant to a call issued through the
columns of the, Eagle, a meetiug of Re
publicans of the Fourth ward was held at
the Oak street hotel for the purpose of
selecting delegates to the county conven
tion last niaht.
The meeting was organized by election
of. WF. Green, chairman and J. C. South,
Upon motion of Judge Wall a commit
tee of seven was appointed by the chair for
the purpose of presenting a list of said
The committee was as follows:
Fust precinct J. F. Ludlum.
Second precinct II. F. Goode.
Third precinct Prof. J. T. Carson.
Fourth precint Captain Swope.
( C. V. Ferguson,
At Large -j T. B. Wall,
( N. E. Harmon.
The committee reported the following
persons who were duly elected:
L. D. Skinner, Oscar Smith, Dr. St.
John, J. T. Ludlum, Tom Glover, H. F.
Goodp, J. R. Hallowell, Murray Meyers,
W. F. Greene. Jack Richardson, Joe
Keeler, C. A. VanXess, D. M. Brown, W.
A. Johnson, Ed Goldberg, Josiah Oviatt,
Captain Geo. S. Swope, Mark Oliver, Dr.
W. A. Minick, J. T. Brook, Paul Mtllin
ger, T. W. Sargent, A. P. Ollinger.
Upon repeated calls from the house
Judge Sluss took tho floor. Ha ppoke at
some length of the old-time union and
harmony of Wichita in all material inter
ests, predicted a revival and return of that
spirit, showed the immediate and piessing
need of present union in the election of
our fellow citizen and friend M. M. Mur
dock to the gubernatorial chair. He eulo
gized the sterling qualities of Mr. Mur
dock as a man nn urged union aud hearty
worker in proof of our devotion to him.
He showed how our interests as opposed
to Missouri river interests, Kansas against
Missouii, freedom against crushing tyran
ny were all wrnpped up in our decisions of
the near future, and urged M. M. Murdock
as tho fittest expotent of ourpriuciplesand
O. H. Bently followed in a motion, Re
solved that it is the sense of this meeting
that Colonel Murdock be allowed to name
his own delegates to the state convention.
Carried by hearty hnrrah.
The meetiug adjourned amid enthusi
asm for Colonel M. M. Murdock.
W. F. Gr.EEK, chairman.
At a meeting of Sedgwick Camp "Wood
man of the World held Tuesday evening
March 23, the following were read and
Whereas, It hath pleased Almighty God
to take from our worthy brotherE D.
Carlton on the 16th day of March, 1SU2,
his beloved wife: aud
Wheieas. The bond of union between
Woodmen of the World is so close aud
strong that the sorrow of one is thesor
row of all: now, therefore, be it
Resolved, B Sedgwick Camp, No. 12,
Wooduieu of tho ond, that we as h
camp do hereby extend to our bereaved
brother and his family our earnest and
heartfelt sympathy in this dark hour of
their affliction, earnestly reminding them
that tho loved one i- not dead only gone
from her earthly house of th's taberiiacle
to her building of God? her '"house not
mode with hondf, eterual in the heavens;"
and that iu a few short years at most they
will meet again in the brighter, better
laud where parting is no more.
Resolved, Further that these resolutions
be spread upon the records of this camp;
that a copy of the same be sent to our be
reaved brother and his family, aud a copy
also be sent to the dally paper
T. J. In wiv,
E. J. A. Feast,
E. L Spkccek,
WILL NOT HE HliRK.
Colonel Bain, the noted torr.pcrauce
lecturer who was billed for a date in this
city under the auspices of the Woman's
Christian Tempeurance union, has written
letter to Mrs. J. K. Sawyer, saying it
will be impossible for biiu to-fee hen?. The
following is the letter, which is self
explanatory: Lexington, Ky., March IS. 1SG1
Mr. J K. Sivryer:
DrtR JhOAJl lam sorry to write you
tun. I m cmpe:Ui to csucd alt en;ge
men- fr one month at least I bve jt
my voice, and on only wk in a whisper
Had It grtpj wwi out fore stron
eneusu: was caught iu bbyjwrd m the
ourthwe-tHod th iolt u i m h;st.
broken in voice and the condition ol rur
thrunt U sucto to compell m a. qn; ail
work fr a mooife or nuor. I regret tfafc
very mwea ami lope next year I can have
the prirHige of t ti to Wichita. Yours
in a miction. UEOR1.E W. Ba1.
riissT ir.un ci.uu muttg. j
The parlor- of the Metropole were j
thrown opeu Just night forlht meeting of .
the Ftrt Ward Republican rittb. Cotod j
Stewart presided. Chess Fecbeimer ;
elected vice president awl V . uliterj
treasurer. An executive eomaitlcc was S
chosen as follows First prtciocl. J R. j
Kiug, iecoinl precinct. Fred Acscrnin '
Cha-. Itiehintryer; third precinct, .! 1C ,
Tawjer, Fred Rnektay. The membership j
of the club was htrsely lijcrruved. awl tfic !
utmost good feeling and enthusiasm pre j
The Wheel Men of Wichita .Actively at Work
Preparing foi- tho .League Mee-lnff.
Last eveniug a large number of Wichita
wheei men met at the store of Mr. Thomas
Shaw, in response to a call made at a prior
meeting, for the purpose of fully organiz
ing a League club in this city.
This meeting was of a thorough business
nature, all present manifesting greatlu
terest and earnestness, and as a result the
League clnb for Wichita was fully organ
ized. To say that Mr. Thomas Shaw was
elected as president is sufficient with
in itself to guarautee a succes3
It was arrauged that each member be
earnest and active in stcuriug new mem
bers, that preparations be made in the
way of securing wheeling grounds for the
coming state league meet and for placing
the nature of this club before the people,
and also at this meeting a call was made
for the state meet to take place iu this
city July 4, 5 and G, which will result in
bringing into the city a large number of
wheelmen from all over the state, which
consist of many of the first business men
of Kanas. The club has taken the re
sponsibility of securing funds in the way
of handsome prizes, to be given
at the state meet, and it
is urged upon ho business
people of the city to come forward and
lend a helping hand to aid the club in
raising funds and prizes for this purpose.
Such bringing together of the peopie from
all over the state is of great value to all the
citizens of Wichita, and especially to the
merchants, aud the club will expect a
ready and williug help from all who will
be the gaiueis of the occasion, and to this
end, has appointed a committee to wait
upon the business people to solicit aid. It
is certainly to be expected that the state
league meet will be a grand and popular
affair, and Wichita is to be congratulated
in being able to secure it for this season.
This week has been a busy one at the
Garfield University. Fires are kept up to
insure the thorough drying of the walls,
the buildings are undergoing general re
pairs aud renovation, aud all will be found
in perfectly comfortable aud sanitary
condition ready for the opening of the
spriug term uext Monday the 2S.
While it is ptoposed to open only the
preparatory and normal departments for
this term, it should be born in mind that
tho work will be in charge of some of the
most able aud popular teachers of the
former faculty, aud that it will be of the
same grade and thoroughness, supple
mented by the same facilities for personal
work in library, laboratories eta, and in
every respect be characterized by tho same
cateusiutbe full regular session of the
Professor Griffin is now in the city, and
may be found every afternoon this week
at 351 S. Market, where he will be glad to
meet friends aud former students, and to
advise with intending students in regard
POPULATION L,Ai:GliL' I.SCSEASED.
The assessors and enumerators are get
ting in their work right along and are
doing finely. They are earning their
money aud tho probability is that they
will get through with their work at an
early date. Au Eagle reporter ran across
Hauk Heiserman yesterday aud he was
getting around us lively as if that .south
ern cannon ball had'nt struck his leg at
all. Hank does not claim to bo a prophet
or the son of a prophet but he is willing to
bet any man a ?7 stove pipe hat that tho
population of Wichita will be nearer
JiO.OOO than 25,000 when, the reports are all
in. lie says that every house iu town
with but a very few exceptions are filled
with families which was not the case by a
long shot when the government census
PKAMv. IS IN IT.
Frauk Ogston, the popular ex-manager
of the Crawford Grand opera house in this
city seems to be strictly "in it" at his new
home iu Nebraska's state capital. The
Evening News of that place in its Sunday
Morning gossip has the following to say
As people get better acquainted with F.
F. Ogston, the new manauer of Funke's
opera house, the wisdom of the selection
made by Mr. Crawford becomes more and
more apparent. Mr 0ston is a gentle
man of genial, companionable qualities,
which combined with his wide knowledge
of things theatrical, make him exceedingly
popular with both the public and the pro
fession. His managerial ability and gen
eral activity do much to render the Funke
popular The Lansing, under the manage
ment of the veteran Pal Church, and tne
Funke, look pd after by Mr. Ogston, are
both in excellent hand-s.
Bert Burns and John McGrew were
arraigned in Justice Tucker's court yes
terday on a charge of bnrgiary and in de
fault of ?200 bail they were sent to the
county jail to await trial at the next term
of the district court. The crimes which
these boys have committed are many, but
the specific crime for which they were ex
amined yesterday was the burglary of Mr.
Fulton's store some eight or ten days ago.
The boys are only about 11 years of age,
each, but for all that they have uiven the
police as much trouble as if they were
full grown men. They are always doing
somlhiug wrong and if they are not sent
to the reform school a more serious fats
A LIGHT VOTE I'UHIHTBD.
The registration books will c!oe tomor
row uight and those who fail to register
before that time will have no TOice in the
tilling of tbe vacancies in the council and
school board nt the approaching election
which i.-4 not far distant. Yesterday sev
eral citizens registered and mauy of the
candidates for office had carriages runnins
all day taking both men and women to
the clerk's oflice. The ladies are not reg
istenng to any great f-zient, notwith
standing the revival meetings bekl h:re so
recently by the diiUm:uu.heJ wotnan'&
siiilrasists led by Mrs. Laura M. Jobn.
Tbe indications no.v are thai a rery iight
Tote will be cast at tbe fcprnic election.
E.NOCGH JIU1STCKE TO Jl.lKE THK IKOI. j
W. C Teterick, Esq. a bright yoaag j
ItepuWisan lawyer of Kingman oaanty
wa-. here yetenlny on legal bu3lne.". He j
reports that mnter are moving in our
.s-r ccoiijy. and states tht eTen t
farms sold in bis coofltj Ut week, five !
ui Uit-tu for spt c?h. He ?ays ibu .b
formers feci tiuii there L- m-'tstcreenou,; ,
in ;he grocml bjw to aluiuM. rmi.t .. j
crop Strangers re eomtog to ad time- ;
re 50 per ceat- beUer uOw ibna at Uus !
.itne ia-t year. Mr. Tetencfc i a strong j
K'pubican. and wioewuAJ ncUr to t.',
county, being Hit -ecretary of ihe cuu:j s
Republican coaintaUre. He returned to j
tois home last evening. j
MR. JOtS JWfcSTIN. i
Mr. Joaes ioe Michigan gentle man wa
haw been freely iorwsrfwr M ey here
during te jmst few weeks. rnircfcastJ y-
lenity through Smith v Freeman Use '
HoitmnB property in ttte ra-t part of tbe ,
iwa Tni'i make? three rekhleneea nurd t
itu farm jwrrhwt twuiiy by Hr j
Jones aw! be i not rffiuc yet by naj www. I
He lin'v grettt fotek hi :4e itttor-e of Wtefe-
:ta and is Uoymg all the property for
speculative purpose. i
Such a great success, and why is it im
possible for other Sarsaparillas and
blood purifiers to compete with this
great medicine? ,BeC3USC
gives as much medicine for the money
as Hood's Sarsapariila.
ks rfj.s Sarsapariila has
llo Other thc mVct-
sonal supervision of the proprietor in all
the details of its preparation, as has
VI Su.t Sarsapariila has
IMO Otlier themerit to se
cure the confidence of entire communi
ties and hold it, year in and year out, as
has Hood's Sarsapariila.
mB a. . a Sarsapariila can
NO Other produce from
actual cures such wonderful statements
of relief given to human suffering as
a i ,i Sarsapariila pos-
NO Other sesses the Com
bination. Proportion and Process Pecul
iar to Hood's Sarsapariila, and which
makes Hood's Sarsapariila in curative
effect Peculiar to Itself.
n b aL Sarsapariila com
IwO Tlier bines economy
and strength as does Hood's Sarsapa
riila. It is the only preparation of
which can truly be said, 100 Doses r.
fA, Sarsapariila has
NO Wilier effected such re
markable cures as Hood's Sarsapariila,
of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, blood poison
ing and all other blood diseases.
n&i A.i Sarsapariila has
NO Other equalled Hood's
Sarsapariila in the relief it gives in the
severest cases of Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Sick Headache. Biliousness, Heart
burn, and other stomach disorders.
nlO Wt II er comes That Tired
Feeling, Restores the Appetite, and
Makes the Weak Strong," like
N. B. If vou decide to take Hood's
do not be induced to take any other.
Hood's Pills curoBiliousnoss
CA HI) OF THANKS.
To the Editor o the Eagle.
1 wish through your columns to thank
my many frieuds for their kindness in my
iate afflictions. Mia. 2s". A. RUSSELL.
Orson Clifford and his company played
Avenged to a fair audience nt tho Craw
ford Grand last night. The play is of the
wild western typo and has many realistic
features about it which are interesting.
The part of the villan was taken only yes
terday by the gentleman who played it
and was not a much of a success us it
might have been but for nll.that the gentle
man demonstrated that he hud good ability
if he had his lines down fine. Orson Clifford
who playnd tho bcout was good aud the
specialty wort was immense. The com
pany will play t Wiuiield to night and
will then take iu Arkansas City, Caldwell
Conried's Opera company will sing the
great Xew York success, "Poor Jonathan"
at the Crawford Grand opera houso on
.Monday, March 25. "Poor Jonuthan" is
the opera which ran nearly all last season
at the Xew York Casiuo, where it was
produced under the stage direction of Mr.
Ueinrick Conried, of Conried's Opera
company. Mr. Conried is one of the fore
most stage directors of this country and
for many years h huperintended the big
operatic performances at the court thea
ters of Austria and Germany.
Mr. Conried's company in "The Gypsy
Baron" opened tbe Crawford Grand iu this
city in February 1SSS.
The ca.-.t of "Poor Jonathan" includes
Myra Mirella, prima donna; Fanny U.
Hall, soubJette; Louise Ililliard, contralto;
J. ..-tld rich Li obey, tenor, and Comedians
A. W. F. MacCoJliu and Georjo M. Hu
bert' Keats on sale at Richt's drugstore
and tho box oflice.
Jame3 H. Wallick, the famoui sensa
tional actor, will appear at Crawford'
Saturday evening in his great equestrian
drama, "The Cattle King," introducing
Mr. Wallick'd marvelous acting horses
Raider, Charger, Texas and Lit
"The Cattle King." of which this Mon
treal Herald says: "Tbe Cattle Kme" H
a very meritorious border drama full of
fuu and pathos, abounding in exciting in
cideuts and realistic situations, and may
very well be recommended not only to
those who love this peculiar style of
drama, but to the general play-going pub
lic, for in its construction is embodied the
elements necessary to attract and amuse
any audience. It was greeted last night,
and at tbe inatine yesterday, with good
houses at the Theater Royal. Mr James
H. Wallick is not by any means unknown
in Montreal, and in hi very clever por
traval of tbe dual character of the Ameri
can Cattle King and the champion poker
player of the Pacific ilope. is very success
ful. He is supported by a carefully select
ed company, Mud the pirt apportioned to
each member thereof are well performed.
Mis Lena Outrank both looks and acts
the purtof Kthenne P(xton. an helre?,
in a highly commendable manner, she has
a verv pretty face and graceful hf-nring.
Mi-w'NeUie Leland. as Tlierfta Davene,
vou-tiii of Katherine. i clever. Tbe iwn
wi horse.- ndden oil the stage by Ms On
ttMBk awl Mr SSihct are handsome
specimen. The clever tricks perforaind
by Mr Wa litem's tel are of a nature to
Jccite wonder r,d aainvKtitat.
.eata no vie at Ktcht's drag store aod
Field" ntiastroLt at the Crawford Grsnd
Toey, March St
Mrs. C. J. Fletefcer and her friead and
gue Mlfri Louie Boss of Wellington
viewed the city yesterday fiom Mm top of
tbe cowrt hense tower aod the view was a
ptebdid oae, the day b-ing fine, tbe at
mospfeere clear nod tbe perspective de
ujhifui. After Ukinc a bird's eye view ci
ih citv thsr Tiite4 Use jaiL It was the
8rt tiiae they bad been in such an last;
lauua, JJd whKe they ioaad is i&terest
. Jt iheJ ,cft - oot TtrJ a&Xtoo to
ee a sissiJar sigkt agate. It is peculiar
Uot arsriheit!s a fact, that man oaa roam
ATOtutd flic inierior of a jail nit day. hut a
woman I alway aazioa to kaTe ai :t is
very 5W eft of tbe fairer r erer
ail ike object cf ;fe is rocfc sp iuxt
uttwa. Ifcey mrm wwt yasMAbr aud
,c4l kexttod ttoa tbe sner tx wi cat '
aot fcejtrto rour tie psjirat fattus ;
imsery A -li (lr4 b.? lie. so auutcr
iicrtr neH derrei it i-
Tfc foBenii srnriccw of the ie riur!'- ;
M. Darift snti take t kit tetter j
residence. 1 Sottth Fifth Toe. 2 p J
au nif, March 25. AU friteda iarjttd. i
NEW y2EK ST2RE
4000 yards of 36
j 15c would be a low price for them. Friday,
; March 25th, sale to commence at 8 olock
a. m., until all are sold
This is one of
store for you.
130 and 132 North Main St
With ability to psoperly employ it.
With hydraulic pressure behind it.
We shall forever stand head and shoulders aboye all
COLE &d JOINTES.
208, 2io, 2 1 2,. Douglas Ave.
Nothing Stops it. Each day bigger than the last.
Weather or no Weather, tho people will attend our big
Dissolution Sale. The reason is plain. They are sure
to find what tbev want and the prices so low they can'fc
help buying. The choice goods arc going fast, they
cant last much longer. Be on hand.
.Remember everything in the house goes.
Tho entertainment to be given by Mrs.
T-mrrnnrn on Fridav eveninc. March 2.1, at
3'eerle-s hall, corner of Main and First '
street, for tbb benefit of the Woman
Kelief Corps, No. 40, conMtiug of elocu- '
tionary exercises, music, etc
Mr. N. L Hallowell of Coramanche
county called yesterday in company with
Mr. F. M. Jack.on. from Coldwatcr, who
i a juryman in the United State? court.
Mr. Hallowell reports Coramanche county
all right politically and in ererv other
way. Mr. JIallovrell ! a brother of If, E.
Hallowell of the Burton car works, who
was married last evening to Miss Ophelx
Carter. Mrs. Hallowell came up with her
husband to witnes tbe ceremony.
Mr. Gnllidge, formerly with the Mi
soun Pacific railroad but for the last few
months a resident of Salt Lake City. V. T.,
occupying a position on the Klo Orandu
Western, accompanied by bis bf-autifnl
and accomplished bnde is visiting for a
few days with their many friends Jn the
Peerless Princess. They go from bore to
Eldorado to vuit friends, and from there
wtil return to the Mormon country to
spend the summer.
Tbe Eaolk reporter enjoyed an especial
ly pleasant treat Ut evening iu lifting
present at and listening to tho recital
given by the pupils of Mrv Duan asiUUsd
by other, at her studio. '"Ibere's tnujlc
everywhere," bnt not often Is it no well
chosen or bo pleasingly rendered as that
listened to by thoe wbowj fortunate Hat
had guided them to lira. Dunn's room
J J Thmpon, droggUt at tbe corner
of Doogla and Fourth avenues, returned
yesterday from a for week'c trip t Call
fomla and Colorado. He reports San
Francisco one of the hoAlet rttlw b vr
uw. On bi return trip b mtt 1 the two
greatest mini&z camps in the we, vowtt
Cred aod Cripple Creok, Colo. Wfeiie ia
DeaTtr he wet a somber of Wichita, poo
pie aod says they an all doteg w!i
ilr Le S4hw of Dodge CUy. wb ha
be :ti the cilj fr Mitral treei rrMti'
upm thel'idfed St a to jurj. yjn exco4
ytrlaT by Judge ti vi atd kft for ki
home iM ssgl.
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vr.lila -l f pect purity.
Lemon -1 or tfrt trsng?h.
Rose tcj Fvor ccaiJy
and dtlicjously th frh &nU
inch Armenian Sen-e;
the many Bargains in
PoundiDg away is what tells. People
realize now that wo do that which is
just and honest toward all classes of
people. Wo holdly assert that no
other Clothing Houo on this continent
can show suck unlimited inducements.
With an adequate capital to work with.
123 to 127 X. Main St.
Our grcctt salo
of v inch
at 6 cents yard,
worth mom than double.
See it in north "window.
Don't miss seeing
- our 32 inch fins
at 15 centa,
our other great
in wash fabrics
Wc will offer afc
20 cte. childrens
25 cent m
See ibein in
Mm. Kolr h3 lewrnsd from
I be Kast with tiretj fatre $Uk
j( Miltinerr, d a trimottT,
Mhs QnaiM Um rft:MX h
"tiuitiW Uttr cufcoit0fs kn&M
what ii.- irfiir tnmmiug K
(oh- -ft,, i J rifling, ijfcturtkv.