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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1884. , -
M M WJRDOCK U BROTHER, Prcpr etorj.
PERSONAL AHD LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
The following Republican meetings hae
been arr.inpid, and will taVc place on dates;
noted, anil will be addressed by prominent
lit. Hope, Thursday, Oct. IGth.
Northrop school house, Sherman town
ship, Oct. 17th.
Spring Creek -cliool house, Oct. 16th.
C iitcnnial, Union tow nsliip, October 18.
Goddard, October 20.
Lincoln township, October 20.
Petcrton school house, Delan-i township,
"I. O. U." school hou-e, October 21.
Garden Plain; October 22.
Grceuwhich, October 22.
Blood school hous, October 23.
Salem township. Ootobtr 23.
lli er Side, October 24.
Derby, October 21.
"ulviine, October 2.".
T. 15. Wall, Chainnan.
A. R. "Wntcur, becrtlary.
It semis singular, but it nevertheless
true, that many an intelligent man talks pol
itics for month'; fills him-elf full of political
reading every day; ami et en make- specche-.,
and, after all, forgets or neglect- to register,
andlo'e his .ote.
Orations arid llambtaux and snare drums
and banners are excellent, but it i votes
that count, and it would be i. gratifying
sight to see the Republican flub- of thi- ciH
form in column and march to the registra
tion otlico. It would be the bet parade vet.
Air. .T. 11. ltlutk, of the wholes.de grocery
iirm, left night before lu-t for Hot Spring-,
Married, nt MulvatiuS on the 11th by the
Itev. Mcluoin,Mr. .1. C. McW'tightui and
Mi's . ttie Mile.
The burbir ofthecitv
cei.ts each for sliavin
fiiC0'vcre so long.
-nvoiie findinira bum.Ii of keVo with kev
ring and cheek, bearing the words "II. 0.
Deam, Wichita, ICunsn-," will pkaso dehvir
the MiniP at tho Kegnter if Deeds' office. A
liberal reward will be paid.
There will be a inc tins of the Wuln.in'
Guild at the residenci- of .Mrs. S. E. .Ion h n,
Thur'dav, October 1C, at 2.S0 p. in.
l!v OltliLIl OF T1IK Pitt Mill ST.
Tlie Knight'! of I.-ibor will give a public
literary and musical lite rtiiinment at the
court room, (Kii'-ell Hull,) this evuiing.
Prof, Arbueklo mid other musical talleut
will lie prceut.
The dog tint th- little boy AVhllaec, who
was ej fi'arfullv bitten and torn by iiiiAt
before lust, was shot, we were informed es
trdnyb some of t!iP neighbors. Theehild
wa but -e-v n enr old.
Tin ru will be n Butler and Wot mass
merting at the court room to-morrow eve
ning. A. J', (.'unurv of Indian i will addre-Ss
the people on the important issues of the
campaign from n Untie r standpoint.
Jame- J. Lombard, of Crestou, lowu, is
in the citv. He -ime elown to see a country
which the frn-t has not perceptibly touched
jot tin- l.tll, and a town which is full of life',
when the whole ountry is tinaiiciillv de-pre"-etl,
and all mdu-tries lagging in the
pre -encr of the threatened free trade rub of
eleriji ni( v.
Ckiim ilm in Ciminerlv, vim returneil
fniii. the Hot Springs y-tcrdav, siV3 while
1 "-nt he made atrip through the south, rc
turning In way of Louisville and St. Louis.
lie si, tfie e-o'tlon crop is proving un-atn-l'actory,
and that all kinds of business is
pro-traled in Mmtlirne.itie.
The following po'tnl cird from Dr. (,'ros
ktv e'phim- ilu If. 'It H a geiod In o sure
Limon Lvoi.t. I leave this morning for
Bipi h (.'reek. l'a. If I forgot to see anyone
to w li"iii I am tudi btd, if they will write
as above, I will semi the documents. Tho-e
I failed t" ay farewell to, mii-t accept this
as my fin d uheii. As-oon as 1 rest a little,
will attend the ho'jiitul. and th'-n pull for the
l'acilie slojie. Will keep you posted where
to si-nd the Diilv. Ci:o.kki.
aki I ii.ui, ("laj "o.. Kan., Oct. 1.5, 1S4
l.i the I .lltnli.r Hi.' l-iih 1 nslt
1 think tliatjour re.ideis will fevl mtii-t-ed
in knowing tint I have ju-t sold to Mr.
loseph Purhtnaii ef your coiintx, the Per
ib run stalli-m Tudor, No. 2-78 and tin- I'er
eheron Tillei. .gue. No. :ilii!', Vol. HI of
the lYreheron -tud b i k both are colts of
rare individual mint, with p.-digrees tracing
their hneige through the be-t and oldest
fii'inlie. tf I'ert herons in I'minv, and will,
under the maiiageun nt of Mr. rurhiiiaube
vilu.ihli aequi.ition to the stock mtere-t of
votireountv. Price fur the two, '.100.
LAST NIGHT'S DEMONSTRATION.
The Republican Boys Show Their
Colors In a Monster Street Par
ade Which Is an Unquali
Full two hours before- the time announc
ed for the procession to form, our streets
began to pre-ent the activity mid stirs of a
circus or fair day, and e r the hour had ar
rived, the principal streets were so densely
crowete-d a to be impassable, while the tops
of our bu-ine"s houses and balconys were
throngeel by eager ones anxious to .survey
tlie situation' from a good point of view:
Sharp upon the appointed time tho clubs
ns-embled upon orth AVater street formed
ranks in the following order:
Marshall in Chief.
Wichita Drum Corps.
N iT' Bni'- Band.
Wichita Colored Bra's Band.
Colored Plumed Knights.
The word of command was given and the
inarch wa taken up Xorth to Third street,
making a truly grand f)ectacl'. the bright
sea of llaming torches r aching from Doug
las avenue to third street, while the enchant
ing music discoursed by tho thre-e bands
and the wild "and enthuwtic
cheers of the thousands who
throng d tho avenues served to
make the demonstration of la-t evening one
of the !.irge-t and most eiitbusia-tic ever
held in our city.
The fireworks detachment, numbering
thirtv-ilve, were kent active, and theirs wa
by no means tho le-it pleading feature of tho
jnrade, the pvroteehnical di-play being by
all means tlie graiule-t aim nwn euensivc
ever witnessed upon a hku occasion. Tho
line of in irthing continued down Main
street to Dougla- avenue, tiunco east to the
railway, counterman lung to Main -treet,
iiorth "to Fir-t street, thence to the rink.
A number of artistic illuminated standards
were interspersed throughout the ranks
bearing tho inscription-. Turn the Kascals
Out,' "Protect home Tndiistrv," "Lincoln,
Garfield .md Blaine,- "'J. A. Decoy."
"Speaker, i-eintor, Secretary and Presi
dent,' "Mavor, henir, Governor and Citi
zen, and many others.
SiWELT POTATOES GROW
Mr. W. M. Calloway, whoe fann is situ
ated four mile-north of Derby on the ei-t
bank of the river, left at our oilice je-terdav
afternoon, a -ingle hill of sweet notatoe-, afl
lrrowinand atLielied to a singh- plant or
root, that w eiheil thirty pound-. One of
the bulb- weighet tlireu ioiind. Thes) are
not tho pink potatoes, butthe regular jellow
sweet potto.s. Thirtv pounds of sweet
potatoes from a single hill can't bo be it by
auv countrv uudi rthe sun.
COMPLIMENTED BV A PINE BAND.
12o bend of feeding steers, 3 and 4 years old. t
Apply to . i. jlwok, at w icls.tR Uroccry.
Havevou heard the new- from Ohio?
The Gol"den Star Manufacturing Company
have this day shipped us two car loads of
their Golden Star stoves from Clcaveland,
Ohio. You should tec them before buying.
1 hey .are the best and cheapest stoves iii the
marlet. The-e stoves will be here about
Satuadav. Pakkix.-ox & Gnur. d!23-lt
Nev Miilhery Establlsrncnt.
Mrs. J. D. Morgin will open the largest
and best selected stock of millinery ever seen
in thi- citv in the spacious room overL.
Bicht A: Son's dry goods store, 147 Main
street. Mrs. Morgan has been one of the
fashionable milliners of St. Louis for the
lat ten vcars and in that time has paid
strict attention to tho costumes imported to
tills country by tho leading Mouestes of
F.urope. 1 lie grand opening will take phce
October 20th. Mr. M. is now in the c-a-tcrn
market purchasing her stock. d!28-Ct.
oOO pieces colored silk velvet ribbon ')
per cent le that market value at
d!27-Ct F P. Hovei & Co.
Near sighted, far sighted, weak, no difl'er-
Telephone jour orders' to
Freem in for h iek or hvcry.
bin in A.
Vours A. iv,
A couple of what
most serious ae-eident
to the inciiilor of the
might hive proven
occurreil I ist owning
Fambi-iu club while
upon p-iradi Mr. Hatfield, brother of our
nominee for repnseiitHlivo, was detailed to
servo in thi- lnvworl s detachment and when
the sport bec-uiH exciting, some member
in the rear disch-irge.1 n largo rocket neg
hctins'o elevate it in time, the hill struek
Mr. Hatfield with 1-rnlie force upon the
helmet whuh fortunately wa of a hard,
smooth surface whuh h ul the e fleet of turn
ing the turreut of its force but demoh-hing
the shake to atom-. '1 he second accident
happened to Mr. Chut L-iurenee oftho
Beacon stall, who, while marching e'.it upon
Dougla-avenue, was struck in the f ice and
eve with a large clod of earth with terrific
force thrown by a. voung hoodlum. His in
juries will iieev-sitate his remaining at home
for a few d.iv-. -lMHh wanton vandalism
nsdisplaved tiv the perpetrator of the out
rage cannot bo to t'vrelv cen-ured, and if
caught, the guiltv parlv sliould be made tin
"Wo don't know who wa to blame, ortlmt
anvbodv wa, but both in the general scom
and also a to detjul-rthe arrangements for
the demonstration ve-terday vvero :i flat fail
ure, if we except. piibly, the meeting and
scorting of tho speakers into the- citv. o
Vdy would tell anv body anvthing. If tho
dtte and speakers hadn't been arranged lor
outside of tlie mningemcnt, it would be
h-ird to guess what the re-ult would lmvo
been. The programme at night and the re
suit were more satisfactory.
Another young mother n gone, leaving a
heune desedate, h-iivmg a husband despiinng.
leaving throe little children helpbis- and
sorrenving. Mrs. Crne Ceok vife of B. S.
Cook, died at her homo vesterdav morning.
She had pvs'ed her SOtli vrar. With her little
ones groupeil about her, looking to her for
all there is to live .f little or.e-,liow strange,
seems the fate that would call her awav.
Carrie Cook vra- as gentle and sweet asn
woman as he was loving a- a mother and
devoted as wife but how favorable nnd how
devoted will onlv be fully realized by the
iinguished husband and pleading orphan- of
that Lite hippy home. S-ha died of in ilan-il
fever, and will be buried from the home on
tho lull at 3 p. ii. to-dav. In the presence !
of such a seeming calamity, u chive no
lit words of expression. But the frie'nds
Bevond the-e chilly winds and gloomr skie.
Ilevond devith's solemn jiortul,
There is a land where beauty never dits
And love becomes immortal;
A land who-o light is nev er dimmel by shade
" hose fields arc ever ernal,
Where- nothing beautiful cm ever fade.
But blooms for nvc, eternal.
"Wo m-iv not know how sweet the balmy air.
Howbright and fair its tlowcrs;
"We iiiaj not hear the songs th-it echo there-,
Through tho-c e-nchanted bowers.
That citv's shining towers we may not .v
itli cur dun eartlilv vision.
For death, the sik-nt wjirdeii. kevps the key
That ope's thc-c gates elv sian.
Hut sometimes when mlovvn the western sky
The fierv un-et linger-, ' "
Its golden'satet. svviug inward iioi-elel v ,
Cnlockeelbv silent fingers.
The HI er Cornet Bind of Kingman City,
upon h arm d in AViehita vcstcr.lav niorn
inir marehM to the Kif.u. o'llicc in front of
wlueh it dis-our-e-d some very lim anddifli-
e ult s. le tions, ycrv miieh to the gratifica
tion of theLvM.s Tore and to the-enjov limit
fa large number of citicn- who gathered
nroiiud. The btnd e-on-i-t- of twelve pieces
and its members are of the solid young men
al Kingm in, which ltv should be jiroud of
a line inu-ical orgauuition. The gentlemen
omposingit will jilcise accept the thanks
and acknowledgements of tho entire K(.l t
force for the compliinent p-ud u-.
Gov. ("level ind is leporfed to be
tired." So are hi supporter-.
Henrv Ward Beeher h-ia got him-elf
int ill, and it is a mud hole at that.
i" i ..i nut hsposdto be honest;
own m iioliwe-, mu-t be forced to be hon-c-t.
A man who will lie or cheat in politics
will lie or cheat m hu -fries?. Look out for
the slipjierj fellow.
In the long proee-sion of defi- ited Demo
cratic candidates for president, there has
been no figure tt u-ch, and iiiioripimeiit.il
as tint of G rover ('level ir.d will be,'
ltisa natural for the average Diinu-
ratic ump ngner to tell a big lie as it is for
a oat t limeit-el! trout tile- light of tlie sun.
An appeal to the Prohibitiom-ts has be-on
issued bv the colored citieiis of Ohio, urg
ing tlie-m not to aid m Democratic sucee-s,
vrlucli would cert-unlv operate to the injurv
of the colored people in the south.
Th Mormons tire -aid to hive-been the
most IiIm ral eontributors to the Cleveland
campaign fund. The . Mormons are a -vm-p-ithetic
people. Tliev luvc lirob ibly read
the .Mrs. Halpm and similar ili-elosure-.
The dnuul the Demccrilslnvi- of the tariil
eiuesliou is slie.wn bv tin fiilure- of their
ni-w-iianer- to publish
. e . ,
tpeecli em the siil'jee t, m lele
Ohio, a slieirt tlineagei. Not a Democratic
newspaper has admitte--! it toils column-.
The declaration of Muring, ex-spciker eif
the Demoi ratie legisl iture of Xerth Caroh
n i, tb-it he woulel veite for Bliiue h 1- callse-d
the Demoerats much unea-ine-ss, and great
.'llbrts h iv o bifii undo to ge t him to recant,
It i- reporle.! now th it In- Ins elone ".
The Demoeratic nttetupt to arouse eiithu
si ism for M. John among the prohibition-l-ts
eil Iowa h-i- m ldi- a total failure'. The
latent ellort m this line wa- te e-all a state
convention, but it w i- attended bv only six
teen persons, iiml among them the-ie" was
not one prominent prohibitionist.
While the Democrat- have v erv gnat ad
vautag" in tin-number of their loer.il pipers
with which fee report and praise their e-ati-
dnl ite, the mdie-itiops aie roll ible that in the
gubernaton-il nie-e lie-id (llepiihhcin) is
g lining on I! no in Middle anil Wot
Ten lies ef.
It i- a semie-wh-it nofewortliv plunomenon
eif this uimp.iign that a verv large propor
tion eif the men v.ho-e niuie's are fediiui at
tached to "Independent Uepublic.m" proel i
mitions and circulars h ive iiivnnldv voted
the straight Demeeeratic tie-ke t heretei'forc.
The Iave-nwortli Times has tru-tvvorthv
elvie-e's from all sections of Ktuisjs th it
.imy of tlio-e Kjmbliem w!io h ive be-en
hiltmg belweon two opinion-," as between
the nuxeel and the Republican tickets, .ire
beginning t ee that their line of dutv con
tinues to run in th- direction of the "'graml
sriicJA i. yurjai:a.
Time Table St L.. ft. S. I, w.
Do'nt miss the great ribbon sale, com
mencing Tue-day, at K. P. Hovev e.: Co.
If v on don't know what v our eves need
and consult Professor Samuel-
jou. Consultation free.
Our Fall Stock of Boots- and Shoes was
never see large and price- never -o low as at
the Red Front Shoe More. ell03-tf.
John Schott his just rece ivvd i
K. P. Hovcv : Co. will continue their rib
bon sale untif Saturday. Prices M per cent
below all competition.
The bcj-t blankets and flannels mid the
lowe-st price s are to be feiund at
K. P. Hov.i a Co.
AVc can sav c monev to any oiio in need of
Boots and Shoe-s Ly calling at the Red Front
Mne More ami laving m vour fall stock.
Blood will tell so will low prices on good
goods which is the cause of our busv and in
creasing trade in Boots and Shcc- at the
Reel Fnmt Shoe Store. A. Alls'-. dl02-tf
Price our Boots and hoe and bo con
vinced that we take the e-ake in -elling them
choapur than unv one. A. Au.s.v. dlOJ-tf
If vou want to liuv e litap lot- in Zimim-r-IvS
.eilefltion. call on Tieil -e!iatlier, al city
eleik's office- eltttt
linn vour aim . vour i-liililreii anil all
tlie liu fell," to I! iMuiii .V Uli ri;reir.and
lie pilot fiuplic el w itli llghluiii.'spe-eil. 32
Dross tl.inmls m all -hide-, t'.jc.
Chicago liarg-iin llou-e.
Farss For Sal,.
Liidies al! pronounce our garment stock
the best in the city, and prices the lowest.
Chicago Bargain House.
Particular attention is called to the style
and fit of our garments. Being tailor made
they are superior in hoth respects. Do not
fail to see them before purchasing.
dl20-3t Chicago Bargain House.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
r.utchsrs ste-er ..
K teems and lirlfe-r. .
Ka". ship). inc ln.s, best .. .
Mock anil feeding he,p-
5hep . ,
,.$ 80(33 10
.. 3 00(4 U
.. 3 Wii 00
.. 5 3ia3 15
...4 en8 40
. J 60O3 iC
Potfetoe, r bu
ChicLen", pr fb
Chlckoim, per dozen..
S. C. limns . . . .
S. C. III. iSie-un
1). S Sliles . . .
flour, hljrli patent
Henir, pitint . .
Hour, AWA.Y .
Hour XX.V .. .
Lliop feetl . .
I"rn . .
slicrta . ..
. .. 17
. .. !
.. 1 0.J
Corn , pure white .
.MARKETS BY TELEGHAPII.
ht well improve"! larms. situitril in
Jlillmi mil MureloeK townslilps. Under
c-ouniv. Kausi- Aelelre-- A. II irri-011,
I'ierioit, -itlt ii k t-oiintv. Kaiisj-.
'In tliosp -roltiL' to St. Loin, f-ur .1r.1t e.
position, en to Louisville, tickets will lie
-old c-ill.e r vi i the suit a I'e or Kri-eei line
at lowe-t i-ete- almrle -ttline.eleant clnlr
cers ,'ii.i I'li'lm Hi sltM per
il. B Krr.ii:i:,
Our stock of Kip Teal calf and Calf Hoot-i-
eitra 1 irge and riet . lower thin e-v er. Re d
Front Shoe Store-. 101-tf
Party kids for the lei y,
Robi-on Bros-' 21 Mn'n stict.
, iii7e- n j li,
:th-, for the
' 21 Main
Hew York Money Market.
New York, Octolr 1J, Ixsl.
JI0M.7 Kaij (ttl'fSi V cent , closing offe-re.l
at lUl " cent
I'kiue Meucjlntii c I'ArF.ii .VsC -p cent.
SrEiiuso KitutNe.K Steaifv flankers' Milt
SJ.fl1,; eiemanil$ s4
GoVkiivvent I;oms Urm
IT. s3. .---i;r-(X'iit9
V S 4,-ior-ccnts. .
'J. t 4-iie-r-centa
Statk SrcLiunE- Quiet.
Kailw ay Slciuities Lower
Hannibal A M Josejeh boiief .
Central l'acilie 8toe Us
Ciiicao & Alton
Chicago, llurliiitou .t Qnincy....
Di-aver ."t Ilio (rauele
Ilannll.al .V. M .I03e-1.l1
llaauibal A. St .Ixsejili iirererrc-et (aake-el).
New York Central
1WI 0 .
l."0 eg. ...
. .. icy;
. . 130
. . . lsV
. . .. 01
. . m ;
Kansas City Grain and Produce.
' Kas Citv, e-ctobar 15, lsdl.
7if Ilatlj In Jtvator reiKrt& :
heat I'utcititie, li,Si bushels ; sbliiiicnts,
-D.lirf) ba-hels : In store, (,-t3,'Jlibanhfl9 .Murket
weak anei lower No - red. caali, Mc blel, .V.c
aeketl ; ()ctolur M',c bill, .V.c aekeil ; Novem
ber, &i(a.'A'iC ; I)e innlirr.fwj'i.c ; January,
.".c blei, Iai'.c Jiskeel; Jlay, t.7".c bill, 'lc
askeJ No '. reel, ea-li and" October, iicbid,
47c asked. No 4, 41c nskc-el ; rejected, Vc
asked ; No. 1 suit, ed'.frf.ellc
Corn 1'eeeipts. 10 if) bushel; slureiiie-nta,
10,e 41 busbi'14 ; ill store,. ',1,7 J. bushels. Market
Wink and .("lc loner. .o.5 mixed, cash,
cc bid, l'.-asked; Oi tobcr.flrst half, 40c, sne-c-ial
el'-rator, October. r.sif4.-;.c: N'overnoer,
ic; e-ar. i",c; .laniiarr, i5cbid, CS'caske-el ;
M-iv-, --c bid. si'.c asked: white mivt-d, chbIi,
4iii,c bid: October, 41c hid, lu asked; bitch
nuv-d, lul,r bid, 4Jc nskrel; rejected, jtc
O vts- Cash, i3e bid ; October, 23'ic ; Novem
ber, -i'jC bid
(!i-utb'in n'- kid and k
son I'rtn-.' 21 Maiu tstre'rt.
irtv ti - at I'ohi-112J-tf.
Don't forge l visit the fraud oru ning eif
the famous el'ithlng oiiiHt. e-duoi-div
evening, eictoiief lain; . All Poiiglns av
enue. It will jwtv tun
The ehenest and be-st -onl vou can buy
is the- l'ltULurg. forfllt- bv the I'nire ru Co.il
Creaini'rv .-.ml ccuntn butter at Shobcr'.
"artie-s are- going around taking jnoiIe
money and uttuig up numlM-rs Imp l..i7.-ird
and bv gin- v.ork. Maii.v ferious mistakes
h ive thus li-en in idc. People flioulil be on
the'irgii ud and he sure th it the- number i-
t.iki n from the authori7i el pi its prep ired by
.vi r. .Nortli.
ep ired 1
Lxjire-s-, mail, lrave- j.V,h .,. m.
Wnv freight, leave- U.00 p. in.
Stock and through freight, l.-aves 11.00 a. in.
VV1T 110 I'M i.
Kipro-- and mail, arrive 0.30 . m.
Way freight, arriv e 8:10 p.m.
Acexmi'd'n and freight, iirrho.. 11.00 it. m.
liuv V out anthracite of the lloger- Coal
Co. l1iev m11 it for $ 11.30 per ton deliv
Cre .unci i and or ulrv bultur at Shober.
Iloines in idee liright andeheerful by burn
in" I'lttsbiirir coal iKinght of Poire fs Co.il
Ni thofeeleS'iiit lots ill (tos.-ird's ndeli
tio.i on North Liutvnco avenue' beforejmr
rhaiing. Tor sale by
dl21-ll C vuiM ki l A- Stuom.
.Make vour wife htippv bv biiviug
of l'ittburg einil eif tlie'Koger- Coil Co,
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kassis City, October 15,
The Lire-Stfik Inttitcljr reports.
OvTnt Ute-iiids, 2,lUt; market weak and
slow, export. $ Crnfte; jo ; (rood to clu ice
sliipi'iliK. i '4t ' . eonini n to rr.cdiiuu,
ft ei'i'V 10. lenders, M (titi -"; cenvs, 8J iak?
t .V,; RTa-s I eas steers, i 3 &i vti
IIo. i:e-ri'l.ts, 9,177 . market weak, slon,
-enel llejiv loue-r . Nils averHHin l'e to Jtn lbs
n.eld at St ll'i'nl 7; bulk, at t .vjl Ki.
siin.i- l.'e ee i.t, 1JI2; market tcady fjr
fjir .o iroe.il innltons at si 7'i.l .- ; curumon to
medium, -s: eO M
You -ire all familiar with the fact thnt tho
St. Loin-, Port tcott A Vicluta Ilailroad
givi-s vou the verv best accommodations,
and charges v on nothing extra for them.
We-ux not a pioneer line h ive onlv been
here a short tune? but vie have made that
short tunc count. Wo leuvo it to vou. AVlio
ha- been vour friend T 'I he luic-3 that done
nothing for cm until forced to it. or the one
that ha- worked for vour intcrc-ts ever
since it c-ime ? Tickets sold to all point',
and baggage checked through. For full in
formation reg-irding rate anil routes, jilcaso
call at depot. Second and "Wichita ftrceU.
c!122-tf Aw. X..IO.VJ.S
I'or Sale One track of land suitable for
a large residence. 200 feet front , b.v 110 feet
bsck, ceirner of Fourth avonuo and Levvi
strvVet. Inquire at A icluta 'gardens.
dl29-tf W. II.' Scorr. Prop.
Pure all wool bed bl inket. izood size. S3
per piir. Chicago 1! irgain Houe.
THE FRISCO LINE.
The St. Louis A San Francisco r.ulw-iv is
the cvnly line running fohd trains tlirough
Wichita to St. Louis daily without change.
Palace Pullinun sleeping c:irs em .ill trams.
Jsecure tickets at ui'lon eumot or citv eillire
forall Doints eat at lowe.t rates. Uj'ua r.
ders for carriage or "bu and basgire at citv
office. H. H. Ki.r.LFn. '
Lndic-.' new market - trimmed with ostri
cin, onlv S12; w inter Jcr-ev. s, S7.30.
ec-;eij iiargaill House.
The Santa Fe Route
Crt allien niul e-eiuntrv
butter nt thobcaV.
luivo .i full line of
:it greatly reduced
K. T. Hovey A (V.
.lame-tovrn dress good-
school i-hildre-ii vrill call at tlie Postollicc
Hook More for Kaub'- grnmmir, and if thev
lmv-e any of Clark's old grammars, bring
them with Jim for exohnirge. This i- the
onlv place where tlie old grammars are on
Stifl brealer Deduction in Coal
The Kowrs Coil Co. have rcluced the
prices of their celebnitcHl Pittsburg coal
liltv cents more per ton, making price from
this date as follows: 1'ittsburg lump, S3.0O
delivered: ritlslmrc nut. SLeV) de.le.rwl.
Thev Hre tjs. now prepared to flil orekri. for
the bet Penn-vlvauia anthracite eonl at
SI 1.30 delivered." Charcoal at 20 cents per
buhel delivered. They jwi-itivelv guar
antee their vveight in even case. Give them
a call. " dlt-Utf
llalelvvln .V O-ler-ren are now reaelv to
pluuo-raph ..II hIkmmII .,t their nenlj iur-
oish.mi remiiis. .scr vs Di.lU'lns avc. ,-K.tl
Full hoe of Jacksonville all wool blanket'
verv- low .it K. p. Hovey Co.
The. Ate).i-on, Teepeka A- Santa Te nul
road is now the onlv line runnini- triin.
from Wiehiti to Kan-i- Citv. making direct
connectiun. with all line." to all eastern
point?. Two daily train', elegant chair
e-ars, on iiicnmig train- and Palace Pullman
sleeping car? on evening trains to Kansas
City without change. Secure ticket.- at
Union depot or at eity office at lovvc-i rates
forall points e.ist, and get -ur baggage
chcekcd through. Leiv e order- for iiirriage
or 'bu- and baggige at citv office.
dl2M0t 11. Ik Reelkk. AgetiL
Tin-el pon pon:
Chicago llargain HeUs'
And while they stand a moment half ajar,
Gleams from the inner glory
Stream brightly through the ayiu-o vault afar
And half reveal the store.
O land unkliovvn. O land of love divine I
Father all-vv i-e, eternal,
Guide, guido thoe wandering fcet of mine
Into those pasture vernal.
All vreol satim-e or -attn lrtrlcr in Uae-k
and okrs ttie. Chicago Ikirgam liou-e.
Hacker A- Jackson will sell Pennsylvania
and Colorado anthracite eonl as cheap fl
am other company hi the city dare felt ft.
No. -? )im;tas aionue t- where ou
on re-t c.iiiifortuhtf while waning for
vour picture. " ."K-tf
Hacker A- Jackson w ill sell l'cnnsv Ivaniii
and Colorado anthracite coal $ t-Jieaip a
anv other oouiptuiy la the city dare sell it.
Creiuwrv and country butted at Slmber's.
5t. Lnu.b Gra.r, and Produce.
sr. Lueis, October 1,, lv-4
1 uii ii -Mark, t unchanged
Wiirvi Market lower and unsettled, but ac
tive, en.-tn,: ".Hi e umlerv ester lav No Sre-d,
7777 ce ash , 7- V,7 c October ; 7-,(&79Vc,
e li.-iiv at 7e',c, Nov eiahi r ; so'tKiilJtC, ciosintt
all4e, Itce e niLe-r , M&M'tC, c losing at Hl.'.e,
Cous Msrket lowei and slow; 4s','349ic
cah ; 4'aC eJcteeher, 4l(.e,lll4c Novcml)er, .
. t c elosiii it ",-, jcar; .-le .lanuary ;
Ji,e M i)
iters Vl-irkct dull nnd lower; .i ',(3J7ccH6h ;
'.4 Oct ber , .7c Deeeinber, Sli'cjear , j-ij.c
lite hit I lour. 4, ex. barrels ; wheat, '0,0 0
biitnels. t'l.rn, jS.imi bushels, outs, 17. '""l
bil'hcls ; rve, l.ooj bushel ' ; burlej , I'l.cse)
SuirviKM Flour, l..'io barrels; wheat.
.-0 irei bushels: ee.rn, 7,(0 bushels-; oats,
4,kib'ishe.s, rve. none; barley, nunc
Wiiht Market loaer; 77J.C October: 7-c
Nov ember , su'.-lc Dcccuib' r ; sS'.c-.Iunuary ;
Cons M-irket 1 we-r, J-e,c October; 40'4'c
November, "!ic vear ; .!l',c .Isnuarv . Se'.c
Oati -Market nominal
St. Louin Live Stock.
ir LoLIs, October li, 1-M.
CATTLr ItLCe'liits, J.4WI; shipments, SeK) ;
supply liberal but epinlitv poor; p.ices casj ;
exports, (5 4W4o 71 ; trei .el le choice bIiii1uk;
-ii poevii. "i : (Minimi to inreliani, fel MIm. M,
crass levona, t-j SAl eel, mainl SS K(j3, ; ts. ;
lmliau batchers, --j jnfai s.-,
Hoe. lieeeipts, s-'oo, (.liljiinints, -."OO ;
maiket active; lorke s, SI 7 fat s,. packing,
sl 7 s..' oi. butchers, $5 IDrtS 4 i
Siilli Kecclptii. ;,ilj sliiment9, none;
market quiet , common to medium, s' j.Vn't ou ;
troo t to cnuire, -ii jgi , ; inmu-, s.'.seiigl no
levas Kheei, ti meg i iS.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
due ACio, October U, InsI
I"LOt'n vjtaikct stead.
Wiikm In fair demand: the weakness fn
coin ele-pre-Mscd tlie market, and tho aelrancc of
je-e-eieiav urciutziit out lull bim culalneoncnnf.'" :
prices ! Hlc rallied ,r but fell oa" anil rlo-cel
'ic below vestrrds) Miles rance.l ectober
..vkTii ,c, closing let 7V,c; November 70',
771.C, ciosiiu nt .i"",c , I)eceinbir7er47:'c cios
Inc at 7-',c. Jnnunrv 7s,7!i',c, closing at
7'i'1c, Mav !-VN',,c. closiuit atsj'.c; No i
sprinj:, 7V,a7.'.1c, No t, M'ibc . No J red,
7--,c. No. 3 re I, c ',c.
Corv Vlarket weak ami lower; the impress
ion pre vailed that the p-irtie who had beenjn
terestedin holdini; tlio market up or late, had
been sedlin? freely through brokera, anel this
causeel a general elesirc to realbe ; prices broke
off rapidly, October falling i',c ai el closing
ic miller jestcrdav ; November fell ic clos
ing l'c nmler yesterdav. jear closing Icand
May '.c lower Cash -.1 '15i,,c closing at
.Vtsft-.i'sc; October lIB.V.'.c. clo-lng ut -. ij-i
Vl!c, November v.Vca.-i'.c, closing at Mv
5r,c, year 4i'" I- c, closing nt4i,c; .Tsnu
rr t-iBi'.c elosing at"i-s,e. JIv 4tSI0c,
closing at lO'.fil 'Se
Oats Market elull and del reeel ; fell ',&
'ic: cash-3jJ ,e , October SeJ.0'c, closing
at 2. ,c. November .'.ess-'.c cieisingat ',c,
Ilccember r', J7',c. closing at Si-..t,'c :
May is'.g'.c, eiosing at -."jeju'.c
Hfckipt Flour. iO ri) barrels; wheat .'11.
000 bushels ; corn it, I, m-i bushels, o&t, 3i-,0
bushels; rye, li,(VO bushels: barlev, M,en.o
Sim-Mi its Flour, .lim barrels; wheat,
,( bnsbels ; com, S2l.i-i bushels oats,
lls,,,o bnfhcls ; rye, 1.VO bushels: barley.
Wheat Market weaker and '.cj'i'c lower
Market Irregulir: October rose Vc
AS YOTT TVTAB1 "STOTJ-ES- BED SO tTCTSO? YOTT t.ttp HiJ- CT.
THE BIG SALE!
That thsrs has been eo maeh telle about.
And will they do what they say they are
going to do ?
Sell Blankets for One-Half Value!
BED EOOK BOTTOM PEI0ES
Blankets & Beddin-
At the Horseshoe Store."
We Place on Sale Monday
White Blankets at $1.60; sold elsewhere at $2.00
Take a look at them. The wool in our blankets is grown upon a sheep's back. This curiosity
can be seen at Innes & Boss' at a less price than the production of an Alabama plantation sold as
wool. "We are the only house in the west that sells the
CELEBRATED "AMATTA" FLANNELS
TBST ASS THK BB8T PLAVNXLS MAinrrA0TUXXO.
Yes, Yes, and More Too !
You will be more than pleased with the bargaius you will re
ceive at this sale.
Saturday, October 4th,
To last until Saturday, October 1 1th. We are going to give every
farmer in Sedgwick county, and every person in adjoining
counties a chance to attend this sale
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
WE OFFER ANOTHER BARGAIN ON MONDAY
Fifty-Cent Hose for Twenty-five Cents.
Full Regular-Made Ladies Merino Vests for 25c.
Dress Goods at 41-2c. Per Tard.
For Cheap Goods the Horseshoe is the Place to Trade.
INNES & ROSS. N. X. T. P. 0.
Eocic & vvrsx.x.s.
UNION MEAT MARKET1
JCJ- L.rr thing kept
Machine Shop !
NE.VU IRON UUIDGE.
R. McFARLAND, Propr.
Contractor and Builder
rj- Shop and resilience econ1 house cait of
Globe Iron Worls, Douglai avenue. 104-lm"
GREEN'S Sflt STAGE!
Grevu now run ailtlly dtai?" from Klogman
to MimloRn, I'ratt t-ntrr, unel
Col J Water, Comanclie Comity!
Thin U In fact the only ellrerl route to
LoM W atrr. A bl(t boom there, wlih ilrntT of
.arant Isml, the best unearth The Cannon
ball sets you there three ilars eiulrker than any
other war. the Cannuufaatl Uareit Kingman
after hreakfant ami lanel juii 114 mlle t In
' one Oay, ami change hor.e eery eight miles.
I Leaves Kingman at t. 30 a. in , arrives at Sara
toga at l.'m .at I'ratt Center at I.'-JOp in. ami
I at Cole! WaterntBp m , ami eloei thla eiery
I "ay X3" Office in Kingman at
' !M! OBBKN'S LIVERY STABLE.
Blustering; Windy Weather!
Though loner delayed, will surely oome.
The vital qum-
ARE YOU PREPARED?
Wo aro, and hope you you will give us the opportunity
to Bupply you with
Combination Salt of Ninety Head of Cattle.
At the farm of IS. K. Lawrence, onehalf
mile pst of 'Wichita. Kanfii". on Mondav.
Oct. '20, 1S84. Consisting of 15 milch cowa, '
and 35 henel of one, two and three year old
heifers, all bred to thoroughbred Short-horn
or Aberdeen Angus bulls; 5 two yeas old
steers; 9 carlins; slcer; 17high-gradeShort-horn
calves; 10 Aberdeen Angus grade
call. i. Terms Ten months time with ap
procd notes bearing 8 per cent interest.
Eight per cent discount for cash. Sale to
commence at 11 o'clock. Lunch at 12.
Sale under shelter if storming.
J. F. ltEESK,
K. K. Lawrcvck.
Q. H. KicunoiTr, Auctioneer.
Cheapest Property In f...en.
110x110, ent front on Lawrence ' avenue,
hou-e 1 storiei, 5 rooms, 2 porches, closets,
cellar, stable and granary, nnd many other
convenience). Ceirner lots; fenced. Must
be sold at once, l'rice Sl,800,
dl2t)-6t Svivkly & "WiLniTK.
Wichita Meat Market,
AH KindsofFrestaDfl Salt Meats
Of he very bet quality.
Thurselay and Friday.
Lake fiih Wednesda)
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors & Builders
nail oTiii.lie.r Sc , il) fell He
Oai Jlariet dnll mid unchangeel
Chicijo Live Stocic.
CmcAiso, Octe-btr 1J, Is.
TAr Prerrr't Jtrurnj rciKirts
Hoe.- Iterclpt, ii e4. hipnicnt. 6,nflj
ninrie;t fairlr active bit teady; roagh pact
InK. ft iieai ic. . ctiac and hlpilnfr, $S (i
.., llcht bacon prade. 4 4(S ifi ; Tclp
nil mrr, Sj:A) so, marie! clocel with
U.ttlf KeM;t!. 0,l.i; hirmriits. 2.0TC;
bcot eraele Crm . connaon elnll ; tifxiTX', 5 y
?!.; pood to ribelro ithippiap, S6(ii.U,
ooraraon to medium, SI i.Vai Hi, r&npera
stf sdy bat slmer , Tex.., 53 Siwt W
Sueur- Itwipt C; hlpmnt. V1j
market estoadv . iofrrlor to lair, tl SSSJ.00 ;
aicJlaru o eo. U, J i 01 TS ; cioiee to extra
.-( l.'i 19, !atiib. $1 OojU (Xi
BRICK AND STONE!-
I'artle-s UesirinK sidewalk of Winfirl.l flait
plnp of all alzrs will elo we'll tn eall ami pe-r
prices. Leave orders it W. 1 Stem's olBc on
IJlwrenc ate . south of Dongla ave. el-Vtl
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
why persuade papa to buy you a
new dress or a handsome wrap at
Munson's? Because they sell
them cheaper than the other
stores, and have by far the pret
First Arkansas Valley Bank,
.Ve. 33 MMX STJiEHT,
The Oldest Banking Institution in the
Capital ani Reserves, Hay 1, 'U
Being the largest qualified indemnity lu depoiitort of nny bank in the
Iteelrfroc on I-awrence Avenoe, near Centnl
Aienno Poi.t-OC.ee Box tsa tr
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST BLOCK WEST OF TUEMO.VT HOUSE.
SO .V 32 DoiiL'la Avc. Wichita Kag
Does a Regular Banking Business in All Its Functions.
Warm and Seasonable
Our stock this season ia conceded to bu the
Lamest Stock in the State!
And comprises all the nw ahaden of colon and different
stylet of make.
Our Boys' & Children's Departm't
On our second floor is fall of Bargain and NovltIe.
And Everything Necenaary for tho Clothing of th Sterner S.
3?" liuying all our good direct from manvfttetttreri, and Icrge
qtantitic,ve tell you goods cheaper than other haunt can.
Loans Long-Time Foreign Money Largely Upon Satisfactory
Real Estate Security.
W. C. Woodman, Pres. Wm. S. Woodman, Cash. Wm. C. Woodman, Jr., st. Hath.
SOL. II. KOIIV. Prreldent
A. W.OI.IVKR, Vle-Irlilent.
M W LKVT. tbl
VICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
ejKGAMZEI) In 't-7t
Go to the first t.itr e-a.t of the 'ew
Yorl. -toro for pbotcrph. ,"K tf
A ImmV n All chraiito sml Will 'li.- ol
rntln aixl female free -rntJell A IMiiirUsl,
Wtelittv Kairf'i Ili-ti
210 iicn?. lautiful lainr land. 120 acre!
' 111 cuHiation. 1-3 of 111 !ien of eroni in
enn, 1(af 13aore nfoaU. 1-3 of -10 acre.'!
.Iu-ut jr. rouud, 1.000 bearing fruit tne,
houe 2 rooms grnnarj, ttiiblc. farm parth
lylloil, clHHl J imlo. 4i milo from ntif
roiel .tfition, onh aiiliondme to WHoliita.
l'ricv S5,00i " S.MVixr&"ViiAtiTE.
lieli' evtrs; tineiniri(o mU foroOc
Cliieago Itaipiin Him.
Chicasro ltarriin Hotiw.
A -tock of aKtcral Dtv Good.. Notions
ami Clottimc for air or" fann propertv.
Stock -xviU l we'll aborted to suit pureha".
tr, in prices fnm $8.CK to S10,(VX).
StVELT & Viuiite.
It will tear you to mtpAft tin imnHne
ftoci. of voJvet ribbons at E. 1. Hovev t
Co.'. They an? 'eUint: tfcem at halfiince:.
lle?sid the totimoniab from a number ot
our leailim; jibyians touchinc 2'rufoxesr
fcSamT s Swric ! T2i'"1--
t 'OS del.. 1IT. tnel
all weeln-j6 of the
?e-nrit ve orin
Se'jrs raUar. lr one rjict.Afl.rTilU.-
SI; tx for '. tr , re l polxer olel
?;."." U.,S::,S;,S5J. ! Winfield, Wellington,
i.rir-.or laoimrsriMiriiei,) ,KneoUt,
A W OI.IVKU, M. W. I.ETV. A T TTTILB
MICt)KEL..VI)l:. W, TCUEI1, JOH.V IAVIt)O.V
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Honrm j oalEtc rented on miotutl tcn .
LUMBER DEALERS. ' a enera Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Business.
WichitSL, - - Tr.g EatUrn and Foreign Exchange bovght and told.
! U. &. Bonds, of all denominnliont. bought and told.
Branch Xtrii ( 1-tf Covntv, Tovmtkfp and Municipal UontU UrgkL
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, UTTERS & FURNISHERS
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE, i
IN RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, NEW
MARKETS, PALETOTS, BLANKETS,
SHAWLS, UNDERWEAR, FLANNELS
erowded condition of oar tor, w ar
EXTKE5MELY LOW PRICES
To redac stock. It Trill pay you to oall oarly,
Larimer & Stinson, 28 Main Street.
On account of th
w a iiACXKx
U C JAOtMiX
r3" -oi lit "i-J:ltt, bolrie ml re
tail. !). AMrjeJi A Hrvu.
Garden Plain & Harper, j
SNIVELY & WILHITE
to Jno. Scliott.
frch and cood, co
Notice of Dissolution of a Limit
VOTKK IS Ut.r-r.in rltrn ttat lie rrt-
Han.tlt O llol.ltn. t iciim. Ka,.. Ia
wfalehnnoerhtp A 5 Keih.ii j the rraerit
nJ 11 O lldlelew the Unftr.l rrtn.i- irll! K.
ett4olii oa the iTth daj of "Vitejter, 'l4
A ". ilauMC wtlt eootfane the bullae al
Kill attained ill UablllUen of uU jArtcf rhl.
A ?. ItoMi.
w-'t E O IIolsct
The Restless, Sleepless A Reliable
Clearwater BankjREAL ESTATE, LOAN & INSURANCE FIRM.
Of Wilsca & SUisgbsi.
Do ireserml bcklc baic Prompt St.
teatloo (teres to collKlieae ak-tf
Go to Uj for L4rrln Tiy ltir tblr ew Uikm, kj, r-l turtimf.
ow Uelr j?rt?rrt7 tLertitllj-, ai ihrj idl It um.
Wrii Isrsnscs. Bo Ccztzjizzzz, Bet Emm, ICiie CsHtctisx, szi
Cf 0r ever iUrdlac X FUWi'i Unk-
Pioneer Lumber ManJ
i Bnwmvzat Covm.
ESTABLISIIKD IN 1570.
Celtt Stcck ef ?irs Lxerr.
HACKER & JACKSON,
A4 hit tibia f
Is Uvrt da Srtt-clu tvt CL3ttiObi ba!se
ntr, XaIs trwU, Wlchiu. IUntk
M0ftmltmmt mU tHr i
Ft. Beott Tlm0giMM,