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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. FRIDAY MINING, OCTOBER 17, 1884.
Ut M MURDOCK & BROTHER, P'CFrtot.
PKRSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
Thf following llotiublicati iiHt'tliiS li"-
boon nrr.niKil. nnil will take place on dates
noti-d, and will le ndclr.-ed ly prominent
Spring Crtok mJwoI lioii'O, Oct. 18th.
Centennial, Union tow nsliij.. October 1?.
Coddtird, October 0.
Lincoln towii'liiji. October "0.
lVtcrxm scbool liou-e, Detail township,
"I. O. LV fctbool bouse, October il.
Garden Plain; October '22.
firec inliicli, October 22.
Wood school hou-e. October '2i.
Hade Scliool House, Wednesday, the
Snl.-iii towmhip. October 23.
ltiver .Side, October 24
Derbv, October 24.
Mulvane. October 2-j.
T. 1!. Wall, Clminimn.
A. 11. "Wr.ioiiT, Secretary.
l)raier'3 Double company to-night,
Tncle Tom ut th- op.ra bou-o tlii een-
restaurant is closed for r-
Harriet IWchcr ftowuV masterpiece to
night The pi- main U being repaired at the Oc
n. n.Mt. moral and entertaining Tncle
The popular' old standby thi evening
at the opera hou'e.
Mr. March" is building a M"ble en his
Mam stn-ct propurty-
Kos. Harris U putting an addition to the
north fid; of hi-, re-idence.
A hand-om wooden awning is being
erected at the Ilenluy block.
I)r. SnoW has gotten his black colt well
broken and it now drives nicely.
, new rign was put in position yesterday
at liobison" Itrosdry goods t-tore.
A large "watch, to enc as a '".
hung out yesterday at Kduiird all A: Co.
A new building, deign.-d for a J-loreroom,
being erected a thort ili-taiicu north or the
The windows of l'ollock and l'ieree arc
vervpratilv d-corated with cards, pictures
and a nice di-play of good-.
The littloboV Jordcn, who was run oer
hv a wagon tome -lays ago, is doing nicely
and is now pronounced out of dancer.
.John Kenned v wear- a Hlaine hat w.d
badge and he spe'nt several dollar, in decor
ating hi- pr.-mi-es for the grand rally.
ii. w a" n.ii.. li.tniif Chicago, wa- ad"
mittel to practice in
.lir. ,,. i. . ---- - .
. a gradilate
of the fsL
Theparlie, who had tho tquabblc at the
i:...i.:i.,c.. In.1l tlipcnvo continued in .Iua-
tiw ThoiuaN court until Monday at 1. p. 111.
"The l..nsil oil i-oinpatiy v.i '. m - 1 t '
11. win. nut their team thai ... l week run
x..t ....r (..nni hut snniclod else s
n.f.,,i M,.n. i.f 1 1n-cracker factory is
nack.-d full of c:i.lies of candj and boxes ot
e-hewinj: gum. Look ..ut forja nud from
the i-chool girb.
c.r.. u.rV tramm loaded with oats was
wrecked on Doiigla
...... . ?,-- , r,M...
s :i enue oieruay. i'
ale broke and tin-gram
into another wag"i.
had to he loaded
(leorgo Thompson, the
been piile ill for a week
iiii.rnvitH' :lld OM'OCth to
pian tuner, has
last. He i- now
.e able to attend
to biisiner within a few days.
It was currently rumored upon the strots
ve-stenbiv that Dr. ltlack had been oll.Ted
and hsd Vefu-.il $."..000 rental per annum for
the hotel department of his new block.
Parties are putting up incorrect house
numbers bv gni- work. The only author
i7e,l .lat lire f'.i ad noil to the postothec,
and .Mr. inii assigns in.
elothing house, No. 4-J
Douglas avenue, h-id a gnmd opening eo-
ncsdHV night. A large crowd was present,
and tiie establishment wa- brtlhantlv illu
minated. Mr. "Miller, of the JsO'lgeT Co.il Co., W.
V. Dill and Win. Kitchey. in f.ict all thoe
onthc.tt't end of Douglas avenue deserve
praise for their splendid decoration the day
of the grand rally.
The Clillbrtl Dramatic companv jiassed
through the citv vestcrdav from Kingman,
where thev had" jii't lini-ht d a three .lav s
Mieccukful 'eiipigeinent. They wens n
loute to Wellington wh.-n- thev play the
remainder of the week.
The distinguished speaker- of the big
meeting put up at the Occidental, and the
register presented an array of illustrious
names in Senator John .1. Ingalb, Col. John
A. Martin. Judge I'erkins, of the legislature
and Hon. John Kelh.
A win named Pike, who lives two miles
west or O odd ard, was in the city jesterday
accompanied bv an officer from Oarden
Plain in search "of a bov who stole a watch
from Mr. Tike. Tho b"v had been working
for him and stole tho watch and lit out.
Yesterday must have been hay day, as
there was' an unusual amount of dried
grass circulating upon the streets, and the
festive mule smiled a Miiole and winked
at his companion-in-harness as he contem
plated tho full rack in the long winter cven-mgc-
V. r. Nieilerlander reports the sale of
fi,Mv lnli in l'errv's addition, to W. D. Mc-
rv.rn.iM. .if I'liiladelnhia. The salo of
ground in this addition has. been unpre--.hIphIimI.
though not surprising, when the
rapid improvement in that locality is con
Mdere'd. Mr. H. K. Pierce arrived in this citv jes
terday from Chicago, his prc-ent headquar
ters. living all jokes a-ide, Mr. 1'. says
Wichita is tliolivest city between here and
Chicago, lie got in night before last and
he couldn't get a bed at a hotel, not even a
cot for love nor money.
P. C llradv, of Coddanl, met with a seri
ous accident "on the night of tho grand pa
rade, lie was driving on Dougln- avenue
when his horse teok fright and attomptcd to
runawav. Mr. Brady jumped out ol the
buggv to take the animal bv the head when
he tell and broke h'n collar bone.
The extra edition-of tho Kviitx run oil
vestcrdav and day before .vestcrdav morning
'failed to supply the demand. Tho news
dealers and newsboys at noon estimated that
a thousimd more each day, in addition to
the extras which were printed, could have
been readily disposed ot. It was no lack cf
enterprise upon the part cf the proprietors
but a wrong estimate of the probable de
mand. A monster gourd h on exhibition at the
real estate office of Bartholomew Jc -Me-Clenalhun.
It looks something like an over
grow n baseball bat or a stutled club, being
three feet three inches in length, pcrfeotly
straight and Inpcring from thren to fifteen
inches in circumference. It is an abnormal
freak in the vegetable kingdom and worth
a visit to see. Hi-gourd-hip was raised by
Dr. Oldham, one or Charleston, lnd.,
most successful phvsicians, who in com
pany with his wife, hs been visiting our
citv" for the pat month, has divided to locate
in our midst having secured the lato resi
dence of Dr. Croskey.' He will bo installed
in his new .marte'rs in a fnvr days. Tho
iv-.i.tr.r rami's highlv recommended as a
clever practitioner, and I. a gentleman of
.ntcnsive information and will prove a val
uable addition to our medical profession.
Mrs Oldham is a most pleasant and highlv
aceomplishod lady and will be gl.idlv wcl
coined to our social circlcs-
Xotwithstanding the repeated warninp
given and the nianv narrow- e-cnpei or the
burglars who infe-t our citj, they continue
to plv their chosen avocation with apparent
imminitv. The residence of A illiani Ber
nard on Kmporia and First street, w.
visited last night bv a gentleman of the
craft, about midnight Mr. Bernard was
awakened bv some one trj ing to effect an
enteranco, hastily securing a revolver he
went to investigate the semrcc and ouud
the midnight visitor had raised the wmdow
and was about to step inside. Mr. Bernard
feel" certain bad his weapon not failed to
discharge, we would have had the pleasure
of writing the burglar's obituary notice, as it
was, he beat n hasty retreat.
Therewillbea.ocialHt the I. O. O. F.
Voll WMov ovctiinir 11 Wa fellows aic i ue inaiuuiiiuu ..uu ,,. .,rw -- ---hall
rndaj etuing. "'".., l.,,.,1. Lw.t ..mvimitv to the r homes. From the
SfffllM I vOedkb or Committkk.
well filled. inj": " ,
THE GOLDEN PEACH. i
Mr. Joseph Oorw in brought u in ;fV"' '
day a half dozen pcHcnc- im -"
nnL Thev'are the prettie-t peach we
Golden," ami uic .u,' ...y
ever saw, ofa bright golden color and ver
late Thev are a freestone, measuring
from eijrllt to ten inches, and ripen from
the Ht to the loth of October. They can
not bo grown north of this latitude consc-,i..ntK-
n verv rare ucach. 31r. Corwin has
1". . .-, M
quite a nuinoer t uii
ilbout four degrees too
but August was . g
cold for them, J
many dropping off.
The columns of the Eaolc wero to
crowded vestcrdav morning with political
matters and election returns, that no room
could be found for the large number or lo--.i.
.i ..-T,nl. mt 1.id heen nrenared.
LUIS "liu in;invuH.fl ... . - -- . .
together with some complimentary notes ot
the ladies who assisted in decorating the
halls and the business men who made the
place attractive with bunting, etc. In tne
Veiling, after the close of the demonstra
tions and speeches, Senator IiigalU, Col.
John A. Martin, Dr. Krohn, Judge Perkins
and a number of leading citizens or Cow ley
Sumner and Kingman honored us with a
rail in a bodv, proper notice of which was
also crowded out Ave trust this will prove
a Hifficient apology.
NOT SENTIMENT BUT SENSE.
From the report of the Wichita Woman's
Christian Temperance Union and the amount
realized at the fair bv tho society, published
elsw here, the lad v who did tho "moonlight
talking" after allli old business, as the i-cems
to havo gotten the big end of tho profit', of
all the labor and contributions of our own
ladies, in net cash. Wo are not complain
ing, as it i no doubt a labor of loc involv
ing very precious principles, but the. "moon
light speaker" who imoted and risked noth
ing, and whoso work whs entirely 10 ner
ta'tes and congenial, ought to be willing to
go hah s with thoc unsclfi-h one- whom
tlioir mn"iiniiimitv are not only making
great sacrifices but who did tho cooking oer
heated hloes anu me memai iii;iii(;"'
bringing it all about This idea no doubt
comes of our beinir prejudiced but the pre
judice is in favor of our own generous ones
who did all the work and got a very small
per cent of the results of that work".
KK10IITH OK LA1MJK.
An entertainment was given inthe court
room last evening under the auspices of tho
Knights ot Labor. Prof. Arbuckle en
tertained those present with some of his well
known specialties. Speeches were made by
Mr. Striker and Bickell. A cornet solo was
rendered by Miss Lulu Xefl with organ ac
companiment by Mrs. Lulu Smith.
AT THE KINK.
A large crowd assembled at the rink hist
evening to witnos the nice between Sim
Crablcon skates and Mr. Herriman. The
race was exciting and was won by Herri
man in thirty and one-half minutes. A
sparring match between Doc Worrall and
(Suerro was highly amusing and closely con
tested. Doc proving himself an adopt in the
A large number of our
vouiil' ladies and
gentle-men uucnueu l roi. en s opeuui;; ie
ci'ption at the opera house Iat evening and
tripped the light fantastic to the enchant
ing music of the Wichita orchestra.
, , ,. r t' l, :
LIFE ON THE FRONTIER.
essrs. t oleman.
H.iker and Deal, who
left this city some two weeks sinee to locate
upon their claiijis in Coinmancho county,
have been hearl from. They found some
per-ons on their claims who "were engaged
m erecting buildings and who made a show
at holding the prosily, but at length gave
way to the rightful owners. They leport
nine men for cvqry claim in that part ot the
county neur .ijiynevilie, and say that set
ters are swarming in and over f'oiiunanchc.
Their horses wtre larieted out one night
when a herd of 'aniclope came down upon
tliem and so frightened them that they broke
their tethers and nude their escape from the
camp and it was only after a vigilent three
day's search that thev were recovered. When
thev came into the "village, which i cnlled
Wichita settlement, an ovation was given
the rescuer-and great rejoicing w as indulged
in. To keep the ball rolling, a valuable,
blooded and hightoned dog was bitten bv a
rattlesnake. The canine acknowledged that
ho had been to the entertainment, by swell
ing and suffering, hut his day hadn't yet ar
rive! and he has entered upon another lease
or happiness, as as also his owner, W. W.
Coleman, on account tr this tenacity or life
in a much valued friend. Tho weather is
pleasant, land go,od and settlers well pleased
with the country and elated over their pros
J. C. Iv.'iinedy, of Cherryvillo. is in
O. .Smith came up Inst night from Wel
lington. W. 11. Kirkwood, orWinlield, i at th
Tremont .John H. Ott and lady are in town from
(icorge T. Bailey, or Harper; is in town
.! D. Beck and wire, or Wellington, are
at the Valley.
X. T. Brown came down last evening
T. A. liobison, or Mulvane, is a guest or
J. A. Stcadman.
T. It. LuskandA. rrazier.eame in from
II. 1 Strohm is iu tin. citv, a guest or
W, AV. Johnston, Jr.
A. W. Burke and wire came down from
Xewton last evening.
A. W. Patterson came down jesterdav
morning from Atchison.
AV. II. (Jasscndy and wife, of Kl Paso.
Texas, are visiting in the city.
J. II. Stephenson, of Lincoln, Xeb., is
spending a few dav-s in the citv-.
-Wm. F Waters, of San Francisco, is stop
ping for a few daj-e in tne city.
K. Campbell and wire arrived iu the
citv- last evening from Atchison.
.John 1'. lisle and wire, or Wellington,
arc on a visit to friends in town.
Cass Burris, the popular real estate man
of Caldwell, is in the metropolis on busi
ness. Wm. Harris, of the Sac and Fox agencv ,
Indian territory, is stopping at the Dough"--
J. C. Dudlev- and wire and L. Anderson
and wire, of Clearwater, are at the Capitol
for a few days.
' Otto Tuschel arrived iu the city yester
day from Xewton. to engago in his busi
ness of merchant tailoring.
-1. H.-Coleman. of Kockford township,
is serving upon the jurj- in the district
court now in session in tlii. citv.
t. T. Boyd has just rcturnisj from a
two week', bu-iness trip to Chicago, and re
ports the outlook for a great v ietory in the
Sucker state a. verv- flattering.
Mrs. Mary Phelps, who has lieeu visit
ing her brother, Charles Mossbacher for
several weeks, leaves on this afternoon's
train for her home" in Ja-sdville. Col.
The man who attempted to burglarize
Dock Worrell's empty pocket and the one
sided pickpocket that" Officer Henry Brasier
caught pi v-ing his nefarious avocation su-ar
the Santa'Fe depot were in the court room
j esterdav . Their trials w ill be heard to-dnv-.
Two or three perches of the trusses which
are to siistain the immense rexiforthe new
M. K. church were rai-od at the northern
gable v esterdav-. The work on the building
lias been progressing quite rapidly for two
or three weeks and if the pnent weather
should held, the building may be finished on
Woman's relief corps, Xo. A, G. A. It.
will hold their .tated meeting on Fridav,
Oct 17th. at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Odd Fel
lows' Hall, in Temple block. A full attend
ance is desired, for the payment or quarter! y
dues. Mary C. Tont,
Sarah K. Mitcheu, Prest.
II. G, U-e.the real estaU1 man, has gotten
out a verv pretty and userul circular. This,
besides advertising his properties, gives tho
electoral vote by states of the x ear, ISrO and
a space is left blank for the present election.
The popular vote and the electoral vote i
also gtven for each presidential election for
the winning and losing candidates, for that
office, down to and including that of 1SS4.
It makes a very pretty little' table of refer
ence besides giving a flint as to where cheap
lands and property can bo found and good
Citizens have complained that this city,
its officers nor police would afford any pro-
tection toUiem or their tamU.es against par-
report of the proceedings . ot the district
n0urt vestcrdav afternoon it is very evident
tual we are not to be left any longer to a
policv controlled by such slwneles greed
but tbat there is a power that will protect,
d that ellectually.
SrJiUJAJ. JiUJJ ujis
Time Table St. L.. Ft. S. & W.
K V-T JlOl'M).
Express, mail, leaveo. - ifcK a. m.
V..- fiviirM. leaves 11KK) P. in.
jk . through freight, leaves 11:00 a. in.
Express and mail, arrives 9.50 p. m.
Wav freight, arrhes 8:40 p. in.
Aecom'd'n and freight, arrives.... 11:00 a. in.
1'alacine is the puret-t and best illumin
ating oil made from crude petroleum.
Itoyal Oil Co., S21 Dougla,ae.
A sleeve button with an emblem of a dog
and deer upon it. Thu linder will be re
warded by leaving it at this oitice.
PLUMES? PLUMES!! PLUMES!!!
)ved and curled at the ilveing and clean
ing work, 217 Main street' ddlGO-Ct
TO OUR CITIZENS.
I have tried four men in tho Ia,t three
months from our h-adinir photo' establish
ments in the United States, and the last one
suits me and I am sure he will suit my cus
MRS. A. KRAMER. THE MILLINER.
1 feel safe in stating that 1 carry a larger
stock of millincry'goods, than any tw o houses
in the city combined. I keep a larger and
h.-tter assortment of tine goods than any
Iioumj in Kansas. Mv immense stock of
medium and cheap grade of millinery js not
to be compared to any other stock in the
citv for variety, elegance of stvle and low
prfce-. Ladle- will not find it difficult to bo
suited in this line. Our st v les am be I clied
upon as being the very Iate-t. My long ex
perience in busmes and facilities' for Imymg
goods aro second to none. I am anxious to
have every one call and see the verv latest
and most a'rti-tic designs in winter wear.
Mrs. A. Kkamki:,
dlS0-3t Xext door to l'o-tollicc.
Combination Sale ol Ninety Head of Cattle.
At tho farm of K. K. Lawrence, one-half
mile west of Wichita, Kansa-, on Monday,
Oct. 20, 1681. Consisting of 15 milch covv.
and :.' head of one, two and three -cir old
heifers, all bred to thoroughbred Short-horn
or Aberdeen Angus bulls; o two jca old
steers; j vearling steers; 17 high-grade Short-,
horn calve; 10 Aberdeen Angus grade
calves. Terms Ten months time with ap
proved notes bearing 8 per cent intere-t
tight per cent discount for cash. Sale to
commence at 11 o'clock. Lunth at 12.
Sale under shelter if storming.
H. K. Lawkkm'!..
U. S. Kicmioi.T, Auctioneer.
ill2r.-r,t. 00-1 1
1'alacine is atways uniform in oualitv,
and the safe-t illuminating oil made.
Koval Oil Co., :S21 Douglas ave.
Cheapest Property In Town.
115x110, east front on livrrenee
house li storie;, rooms, - porche-, closets,
cellar, stable and granarv, and many other
conveniences. Corner ots; f.-nced. Must
be sold at once. Price Sl,c00,
dliMt Smvkly A: WimiTh.
For ;sale One track of bind suitable lor
a large residence. '200 feel front bv 1 III r. rt
back, corner or Fourth av.-nue and Lewis
tract. Inquire at Wichita gardens.
ill-!0-tf W. II. Sorr, Prop
Pure all wool ho I lil.inket-. iroml -ir-. j...
neriiair. Chicago B-ireaiii ii.it.-.
HE FIIISC0 L'.
The St Loui- .J.'s.in F.-ii.eisiM niil.v iv
the only line running -ols.l tram- throi.Ii
Wichita to St Loins daih without el.aiige.
Palace I'ulliiiun -li-e ping car- on all in.nu..
Secure tiekds at ii"ion dejiol or c-dj office
for all mints e it at Imve.t rates. Lriv- or
ders for carnage r 'bus and bagg igO at eity
officc. II. Ik Iv"l-KIH!,
Who ha- made tl.i- Photograph business
what it is iu Wichita? ak joiirbu-iue-. men
and thev- will an-wer ltoger. the Photo
grapher. Indies' uevvinarktts trimmiil with ostii
ean, only S1-; winter Jer-evs, S7."0.
Chicago Iiargain llou-e.
The Santa Fc Roale.
The Atchison, TopekaiV Santa Fe rail
road is now the only line running trains
from Wichita to Kansas Citv-, making direct
connections with all line- to all eastern
points. Two daily trains, rhgani chair
cars on morning trains and I'alace Pullman
sleeping cars on evening trains to Kansas
Citv without change. Secure tiikets at
Union dppot or at ity ollice at lowe-t rate,
for all points east, and get jour baggage
checked through. Leave onb-rsfor eariLge
or 'bus and baggage at citv office.
dl27-10t " H. B. Kkelkii, Agent.
Tinsel on ponJ,
Chicago Bargain Hou-e.
AVlio took the first premium at our late
fair on best Photographs? Kogers.
All wool satinec or satin berber in black
and colore P.'.c. Chicago Bargain House.
240 acres beautiful laving land, 120 acres
in cultivation, 1-3 of 40 acres of -om in
crib, 1-3 of 10 acres r oat., 1-3 of 10 acres
wheat in giound, 1,000 bearing fruit trees,
house 2 room0, granary, stable, firm partlv
hedged, scliool J lmlo, 41 miles from rail
road station, onlv a short drive to Wichita.
Prico 33,000. " S.vivKLT & AVh.vhti-
' extra fine merino vest- for.'Oc.
Chicago Bargain House.
Tinsel bonnets for 90e.
Chicago Bargain House.
Full line of Jacksonville all xvool blankets
v ery low at K. P. Hovrr .v Co.
Wlix- is it that the business men and clieir
families, of neighboring towns, go to ltodg
er. for their Photographs? Because they are
sure of satisfaction.
Hacker-t Jackson will sell Pennsylvania
and Colorado anthracite coal as clicap as
anj- other companj- in tho city dare sell it
No. $S Douglas avenue i- where jolt
can lest comfortably while waiting for
your pictures. 32-tf
HncleT it .JacKou will soil IVntfevIrania
ami Colorado antlirncito coal n clieart sis
nny other company in the city elare soil it.
CreameTV and .'ouutrv butter at Shnhcr's.
h doo our Theatrical empany call on
Koccr for their l'hotov Itooau lie innlce
hotter work than any other Photographer
on their route.
Go to the drat "Hlr eat
York tore for phctocrspb.
of the New
A iKx.k on a'.t chronic and lfvat .lueA--H of
ma!i and females free -wentiell A longls,
Wlclilla, KauG. 112-tf
A tock of general l)rj Good, tions
and Oothins: for city or farm property.
Stock will K well assorted to 'uit pureha.
er. in prices from J3.000 to S10.0CO.
S.MVET.Y A; AVlUHTJU
With m liieroa-ed faeilitie-, I am pre-
larcd to qet work out promptly ri;h f atu-
etion guaranteed tn every en-e. tooT.
It will jiy yu to injvect the immene
stock of velvet ribbons, at K.V. Hoy A:
Co.'.. Thev are jellinj; them at half price
Head the testimonial from a number ot
our IcvSinc; physicians, touching Irofer
For fruit of all kind-,
to J no. Schott-
freU and rrood, to
Call tip and set? the I'hoto that tooV the
Jirst premium, 7 1, Doujrla ae'nue. dl30-2t
Iridic all pronounev our garment stock
the best in the' city, and price-s the lowot
Chicaijo Barpiin House.
Particular attention i called to the style
and fit of our garment - lWing Uilor made
thev aro superior m hoth re-pecu. D not
fail'to see them before purchasing.
d!22-Ct Chicno lVircain Uciue.
125 head of feeding steerf, 3 and 4 yer old.
Apply to S. TMajor, at "Wichita Grocery.
New Uilllnerj Ettabtiihntnt.
Mrs. J. D. Morgan will open the largest
and best selected stock of millinery ever een
in this city in the spacious room ovcrL.
Kicht & Son's dry goods store, 147 Main
trcct. Mrs. Morgan has been one of the
fashionable milliners of St Louis for the
hut ten ears and in that timo has paid
strict attention to the costumes imported to
this country by the leading Modestes of
Europe. The grand opening will take place
October 20th. Mj. M. is now in the eastern
market purchasing her .tock. d!28-Ct
COO pieces colored silk velvet ribbon 50
per cent le-s tlint market value at
Near sighted, far sighted.
weak, no differ-
enco what, Professor Samuels
Telephone your orders to
l'reemau for hack or livery.
Do'nt miss the great ribbon sale, com
mencing Tuesday, at E. P. novEV & Co.
1 f 011 don't know what your eyes need go
and consult Professor Samuels; he will tell
vou. Con-ulUon free.
Our Fall Stock of Hoots and Shoes was
never so largo and price never so low as at
the lied Front Shoe Store. dl03-tf.
John Schott has jut received a choice lot
K. P. Hovcv sV: Co. will continue their rib
bon sale until Saturday. Price 60 per cent
below all competition.
The best blankets and flannel, and the
lowest prices are to bo found at
F P. HorEV
We can save money to any one in need of
Boots and Shoes by calling at the Kcd Front
Shoe Store and laying in your fall stock.
Wood will tell so will low prices on good
goods which is the cause of our busy and in
creasing trade iu UooU and Shoes at tho
Ked Front Shoo Store. A. Allkx. dl03-tf
Price our Boot, and Shoes and be con
vinced that wo take the cake in selling them
cheapwr than anv one- A. Aixkx. dl03-tf
It jou want to huy cheap lots inZimmer
Iv's addition, call on Fred scliather, at city
clerk's ollice- dttttr
llnng your l.al.u . jour children and all
the l.ig folks to Hultluin & 0tergren'a, and
lie photograplie.l with lightning speed. 32-tf
Dress tlanuels in all shade-, 'Joc
Cliicago Bargain House.
Fares For Sale.
Six well iuipioved farms, situated In
Milton and .Murdoch tnwiililp. Butler
eoumy. Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, btdgvviek tounty. Kansas.
To lliosegoiu,; to si. touN fair and ex
position, or to Louisville, tickets will lie
sold either i i tlie Santa Ke or 'Krisco line
at low est r:.te. IiorIet tiuie.elegant chair
cars and Pullman sleepers.
II. It. Keki.ek.
Our slock of Kip Veal calf and Calf Boots
U extra large and price, lower than ever. Red
Front Shoo Store- 103-tf
Party kids for the lea) j-ear party at
liobison Bros-' 21 ifain street dl24"tf.
Kids, all shades, sizes and lengths, for the
"Leap Year" at liobison Bros.' '21 Main
Gentlemen'' kid and party ties at liobi
son l!ro-.' 21 .Main street. " dl21-tf.
Don't Torget to visit the grand opening or
the famous clothing companj- AV ednesdav
evening, October loth; Xo. 422 Douglas av
enue. It will pay jou. d!2t-tf.
The cheapest and best coal jou can buy
is i he Pitt-burg, for sale by the ltogcrs Coal
Co. " dI21-tr
Creamery and country butter at Shober's.
Parties are going around taking people',
money and putting up numbers hap hazard
and bv gii'-ss work. Mam-serious mistakes
1-ave thus hyon made. People should be on
tla-ir guard and be mro that the number is
taken from the authorized l'lat prepared by
Mr.Xorth. ' .1124-tf.
lluv v our anthracite or the liogers Coal
Co. "Tliej 'ell it Tor ?11..r.O er ton dehv
ercl. Cieauierv and -oftntrv butt'.r at Shobtr's.
Homes mado bright and cheerful bj- burn
ing Pittsburg coal Tjought of liogers Coal
in Gossard's addi-
Hon on -orth Ls
awrence avenue before pur-
chasing. For sale bv
C VMlW El.!, & STKOSC.
Make jour wife haiijij- bv buying a ton
of Pittsliurg e-e-d oftlie'liogers Coal Co.
Volt aro all familiar with the fact that tho
St. l.uis, Fort Scott it Wichita liailroad
give's von tho verv" best accommodations,
andehargis jou nothing extra for them.
AVe are not apionee-r line have only been
here a short time but wo havo made that
short time count. We Ieuve it to j'ou. AVho
has been j our friend ? The lines that done
nothing for jou until forced to it, or the one
that has worked lor xour interests ever
sinceitcame? Tickets sold to all points.
and baggage checked through. For full in
formation regarding rates and routes, please
call at depot, tticond and icluta stroets.
Your, trul v,
dl22-tf Ai. X. Jo.vks, Agent
Cre'amcrv nnl countrv
butter at Shobcr'j.
K. 1. Hoter fc Co. have a full line of
Jamestown dre? goods at greatly reduced
School children will call at tho Postofflco
lloeik Store for liauh's grammar, and if they
havo nnv of Clark's old grammars, bring
them with you for excliange. This is the
onlv place where the old grammars aro on
Still Greater Reduction in Coal.
The lloger- Coal Co. have reduced the
price? of their cclebrate-d Pittsburg coal
fifty cents more per ton. making prices from
thi". date a follows: Pittsburg lump, $3.00
delivered; Pittsburg nut, $4.50 delivered.
They are nl now prepared to fill orders for
thehe.-t Pentijlvaiua anthracito coal at
S11."0 de-liverel." Charceial at -0 cents per
bushel elelivere-d. They positively guar
antee tlieir weiirht in everv case. Give them
a call. " d98-tf
llaldwlii V O-tcrrcii aro now ready to
photojrsph all who call at their newly fur
nished rooms, No. 9S Douglas ae. 32-tf
In the district court of r-nlgwlck count.
- w mlth.
. w weaver )
Th?aWoe n'ir.ed A W Shaver Is hereby no
tified that be ha been -ned by the aUre nam
ed plxlnliST In the district court or -edgwlck
co int , Mate of Kan-a, and thst unlets he an
er"the l-etlllonof said ulalnllc nalnt him
Illrd In -aM action. In the olbce of the cleik of
isld court, by the lit uav or wecemDer, ns,
Mil'i letlilnnlll be tnken as trn. and Judg
ment wt! I.e tendered in said action In tutor of
&ai'l pUiutiff and a:alnst ul defendant for the
um of nine hundred and erentj dollar, with
intrrett th'ieon frtm the lt ly ot March,
1-1. at the rate of 7 per cent per ionum, and
forthe-ale of the following leal estate, lying
amUiluilelo the county or ;edick and state
of kaux3, to wit Northea-t quarter of sec
tion No nineteen !19), ton-hlp No twenty
eljtht ), racire No three .J) west, nader at
tachment to ttlfy ald sum of money, later
it .cd cost of aid action, in accordance with
the prayer of Jid jIltijn.
rvis.r A Wau.,
dlt-ltrtt-il I'UintIff"s Attorneis.
In the district court of Sedw lek coonly.
William larkey, 1
A W weaver ?
The above named A. W Jester Is hereby no
tied that he h- beeo sued by the abote named
plaintiff in the district court or eJjnrtck conn
tT, state of Kais-, and that unle he answers
tfiepeUtlanof aM plaintiff acalnt him flt4
In aid tcUnn In the odce o( the
eletk of said court by the 1st day f December.
I I. sM petition will be Uln tme and
fmiffment ilt be rendered In id action la fa
Tor of said .laintlfT and ayalo-l said defendant
for the sura of Ore hundred d!lr, with Inter-e-tthereon
from the ltday of rebroary. I as I,
at the rat of 7 per cent, per annum, and for the
sale ttl the folluwlnE real estate, ljtngr and sit
uate In the rwcnlr of tedfwiek and Ute of
Kn.lo-w!t The ooraeat quarter of sec
tion Xo nlPeieen .'13. towustlu o twecty
eljht (iij, ro)re N three fj west, under at
tachment to ailfv said sojn of money. Interest
and rostt of aii action In accordance with the
prayer of said pe'.itio J ,vtvx. -,
, t J T - ua
Ladies' and Misses' Hosiery
Saturday Morning-'s Paper!
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
lit "i ,
L'KNERS' OPERA HOUSE.
J. A. ASK, i,ocai Manager.
Friday and Saturday, October Kth and lsth.
Special Matinee for Ladies and Children on
satnruay at ::w p. m.
The largest and strongest company that ever
The. Original and Only S. draper's Double
lUNU.K TOM'S CABIN CO.: '
The World-Famous Topsya, Kate Partington
and Laura Palmer Two eccentric Msrksra.
W. II. Davidson and Harry Martin Siberian
Bloodhounds The Famous Beethoven Quar
tette. Popular prices Reserved seats, 75c:
general admission, SOe; children, 25c. Special
matinee prices Adnlts. !Pe; children, 15c.
Reserved seats on salo at postofflce bookstore.
Notice Is hereby given that the registration
book of the cltr of Wichita will be rlo-ied on
Saturday, October 25th, at 0 o'clock p. m of
said day, and remain rloxed nntll after the No
Wichita, Kansas, October 14th, lHsi.
127-5 FRKI SCHATTNKK, City Clerk.
Wichita Meat Market,
All KinflsofFreshanfl Salt Meats
Of the eery best quality.
Thursday and Friday.
Lake fith Wedncsda)
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors & Builders
BRICK AND STONE!--
I'artles desiring sidewalk of Winfleld llaK
glnit of all eliw will do well to eall and get
prices. Leave orders at W. P. Stem's office on
Ijtwrence are . sonlh of Docglaa are. d-S-tl
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 130 & 138 MAIN St.
Residence on Lawrence Atenue, near Cent rrl
Atenne. Toet-Offic Box MS. tf
Druggists and Grocers.
rtRST BLOCK WEST Of TKEMONT HOUSE.
20 32 Dou?Ia Ave., Wichita Ka
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
HttBUnf utftn ric4 o ruio&AU tcrmt
WicaiU. - - Zaun
IrtKk Tar-is at
Garden Plain &. Harper.
Of Wilsca& Pllrghait,
Do tpstnl temklM basts
tsatloa litN to coUscUota
MOTHERS, wives, and daughters,
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
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
That the people of this city and vicinity
Appreciated Our Grand Display
We Now Call
Grand Line of Good
All "Wool CASSIMER PANTS
worth 15.00 In most western clothing houses. We invits all to
Eiaiiie On Steel Befare Bijiu Mere.
We mark all our goods
figures at bottom rock prices, and have but
ONE PRICE FOR ALL.
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
M-AtrrTi TOTJ.B BEEP SO dXTST
BED EOCK BOTTOM PEIOES
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
can be seen at Junes A Ross at a less price than the production of
wool. "We are the only house in the west that sells the
WE OFFER ANOTHER BARGAIN ON
Fifty-Cent Hose for Twenty-five Cents.
Full Regular-Made Ladies Merino
INNES & ROSS.
rock: & WELLS.
MM MEAT MARKET
fj- Ktry thing
ktpt Id a
Machine Shop !
NEAK 1HOX ItBIOQK.
B. MoPARLAND, Propr.
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
Grn now ru;u .Ully iUe from Kinsman
to Sr 'xtgn, Pratt Center, unit
Cold Water, ComaDclie County !
TbU U Iu fct the oulr illrect r)nte to
CoM Wter. A big boom there, wlib plenty of
veeant land, the be.t on earth Ihelannon
ball eeU you there three day quicker than any
other way. The Cannonhall leares nm)iiian
I after breakratt and land you lit inlle-i we.t Iu
one day, and change hone erery eight mllee.
Leaiea Kingman at 6:30 a. m , arrlre ati-ara-'
toita at 12 m . at Pratt Center at li-3) p. m. and
at Cold Water at 9 p. in , and doe Ible every
day. K- Offlee In Klngnian at
W-t OREEN'S LIVERY 8TABLE.
Attention to Our
with RED INK in plain selling
the Horseshoe Store.
THST ABB THB BBST FLA.XNKL8 MANTTPACTVBBD.
Dress Goods at 4 l-2c. Per Yard.
Goods the Horseshoe is the Place to Trade.
N. X. T. P. O.
We Have Just Received,
Direct From the Tailor's Hands, a Lino of
Equal to the best, at prices to suit tho cloBOBt buyers. Why
$35,000 and $40,000 for a suit when half that amount
will ffet you stylish and well mado clothing?
A SPLENDID LINE OF
Custom Made Pants
In neat dremsy utripos
WE KNOW WE
And kindly ask you to inspect our
$3.50 ALL WOOL PANTS,
A daisy for the price. Also
And all the now styles
OHK-FRICE CLOTHIERS, HATTERS & FDRNISHERS
On account of tb
To roduc stock. It
Larimer & Stinson, -
Pioneer Lumber Man
Or Safrvvscs Cocbtt, '
ESTABLISHED I 170.
a Ccapitu Stock cf ?ir, ivztc.1-
YOTJ UE 1ST TT.
a sheep's back. Th curiosity
an Alabama plantation soia as
Vests for 25c.
and all tho now pattoms.
CAN DO YOU GOOD,
Ask ty ho our
Just in stock, a splendid lino of
of Soft and Felt Qa.
IN RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, NEW
MARKETS, PALETOTS, BLANKETS,
SHAWLS, UNDERWEAR, FLANNELS
crowded condition of our store, wo are
will pay you to call oarly.
28 Main Street
w c HjtesrK
I. c jacxq
HACKER & JACKSON,
WirtiMti s4 EiU J.i.s la
j Colorado and
Ulsza, Lis, C-sstri, i
ft. Scott naffa-faff.
Orsy s Bias Btoss.
OC t Jc UM ftt4.