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PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
Tbe first installment of thanksgiving tur
keys were yostcrdny placed upon the mar
Bloomer Bros, are about to discard lamps
for pa?, and yesterday the pipes were being
laid from the gas main to the building.
Dr. Schroedcr has changed lii place of
re'idencp, and novv.ncciipics a utt of room'
in connection with his office, in the Winch
Mr. Sanford Treat, the Kaolk'k accom
plished prcman, was called to Topeka last
cvenintr on account of the death of his sis
The iron front of the Douglas avenue
block was yesterday nicely painted. A new
wooden awning was being erected at the
.Mr. John .Morgan purchased a pony yes
terday to iiintcb his handsome little black.
He now possesses one of the llnost turnouts
in the city.
Threo plain drunks were disposed of in
the police court yesterday. Thev were fined
S3 and cost each. Two paid their fines
amounting to $10, the other was sent up in
default of the cash.
.Mrs. Andrew Jleisner.vho has been lying
ut her homo for the past five weeks with
malarial fever, has been gradually growing
won-o until at this writing her condition is
quite critical and her lifu U despaired of.
JlrsKmiline K. JU-neficl, who died at her
home lii't evening nt CMS o'clock, will be
buried from the family residence. 423 south
Emporia avenue, this (Sunday) afternoon at
2 o'clock. All the friend of the family are
invited to attend.
A tent was yesterday pitched next door
to the merchant Inilorinir establishment
II. T. Camien, on Main street, and all those
who pride theni'ches on their skill with the
air-gun or at throwing the base ball can
there have an opportunity to ring the bell
and lut the ras; doll lor a cigar, or miss
them both for a nickel.
' The not uncommon occurrence of a houe
on wheels was yesterday seen upon Sec
ond street- It made good progress ns com
pared to the tt le of moving in our grand
luther'i) days," but was a slow coach when
pitted against the monster wagon that picks
up a two-room house and trundles it along
nt a good ox team gait.
The figures given our reporter night be
fore last on the voting fur candidates ut the
Catholic fair were so indistinct that he mis
took two ciphers for 50, making the record
stand for state senator Dorsey i!0 and Kel
ler W). The facts are, as we "since learned,
tliat lion. John IMloy, our next state sena
tor, was not a candidate at the fair at all.
Dan Uoone, Col. lUisscll and Arthur Car
penter, from the upper end, called together
yesterday, and each man speaking for his
locality said that the lb-publicans were inn
line so solid that no power could break it.
?o the cheering news comes from all por
tions of the county. We, would like to
know what the inked mugwump ticket fel
lows arc banking on, ai.ywuy.
Daily niK-tion is now being held at Mul
ni.fc Aldon's auction lion,-, on the avenue.
The hoys say that if Cleveland U elected
thev will be compelled to hold three levees
dailv in order In make expenses', while if
lllafnc goes in ahead they won't haeto
work ni all anv more. Of course thev cast
two vote straight for the plumed kniglit.
Judge Campbell is at home home, we
oipect, for the duration of the neit adminis
tration ut leat. He has made speeches , in
which national question were principally
dwelt upon, in a large number of places.
He looks none the wor-e for wear, but rather
improved in his personal appearance. We
guess ho hasn't worried much over the
Two old grey haired men were engaged
in a heatecl political discussion yesterday
afternoon in 'rout of the pot olfice. One
was an old l.ebel soldier and the other a
Union soldier; the rebel 'aid ho lost S7o,000
by the war; ho said he had been whipped
biit not subdued, which evt ry body believed.
If the lnion soldier had been down south
and shot nil' his mouth as did the old rebel
here, he would be a uhjeet for the under
taker in -hort order.
There is on exhibition at the otlico of the
"Wichita Land and Loan company, a stpiash
that Jiui't surely take the cake. It is of the
Mammoth 1'ie variety, is in shape much like
n horse shoe, is m elect eight inches in length
and weighs ,")5 pound. This dwarf was
raised by Mr. (. A. Krister on his farm
two and one-half miles south of the city and
he sas that it ha been pulled for some time
and when it was just plucked from tho vine
it weighed ten pound-, more than at present.
What u handsome watch charm or scarf pin
it would make for a dude.
J.C. Hcrrint:, (Jreenluck candidate for
county Hiiperintendcnt, has had charge of
the Hae.ville school during the ln-t three
weeks "and will have until tho end of the
school ear unless he is called up higher
at the coming election. Ho must have
".nulled the battle from afar," as yesterday
his magnetism was frit upon our streets a
he circulated around among hi friends and
endeavored to feel the public puKe and
tried to form an idea as to how he will
loom up when the gray of next Wednes
day' dawn strikes him.
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.
A Weekly Review of Music, Arts and the
Drams. Prepared Xxpressly for the Eagle.
There is nothing to report in the dramatic
line at the opera house in the past week,
companies having been crowded out, or more
correctly speaking, frightened out by the po
litical attractions that are holding the boards.
They are hard competitors to fight and we
commend thegood judgment that steers clear
Atthk Fair Tho musical features of the
Catholic fair have already been satisfactorily
commented on and want of space forbids a
Oun Musical Growth Some time ago a
young man called at our office and in the
couree of conversation wished to knowjf
Wichita were a desirable place to locate in
tho interest of music. At that time I was
not prepared to answer him from any as
sured knowledge of my own, but having
made uj) my mind from general observa
tion, that Wichita was about the best place
in the country to locate in any line of Busi
ness, I soon made him feel that he had found
the proper place.
My journalistic conscience, curiosity (or
what you will) prompted me to investigate
tlie matter and ascertain if I had not given
the young man a jot too much encourage
ment. Mrs. Kussell was referred to ns being
a musical landmark, and I sought her out,
hoping to get some desired information,
Although I found her surrounded by an
abundance of work, she graciously spared
a portion of her valuable time and gaye me
a few surprising details, one of which was,
that when she came, hero ten years ago tho
number of pianos in the place did not ex
ceed one dozen. We 2nf now by the as
sessor's statistics that there has been a very
creditable increase, musical taste and cnlturc
having improved in the same ratio.
Ueing able to execute and appreciate, tho
"Mollie Darling" and "Birds in the Tree"
class of music, was the average height of
musical attainments at that time; and an
epocli was certainly marked when 3Ir.
ISrocket astonished the town by adding a
Checkering grand to its list of curiosities.
Sovr we are so accustomed to the constant
influx of all kinds of grands, squares and up
rights that we have grown quite blase upon
the subject, and consider them as necessary
us n kitchen table.
In an interview with one of the teachers
of our public schools, I learned that out of
fifteen hundred pupils in the city, not more
than forty or forty-five who are in the high
school, receive anything like technical in
struction in tho rudiments of musie. When
we consider the fact, that perhaps the ma
jority of these pupils will rarely be called
upon to exercise their knowledge of mathe
matics, geography and history; whereas,
scarcely a day passes in which a knowledge
of music does not come into play in family
worship, tho social gathering," at church,
Sabbath school and prayer meetings in fact,
in almost every department of life, it is ben
eficial if not necessary, we can but con
clude that the subject bf musical instruction
should receive more prominence in our pub
"Mr. StclTeo's energies in promoting this
feature of school education cannot be too
highly commended. He proposes through
the combined efforts of himself and pupils,
to add tho luxury of a piano to the school
in the near future. It is a project that will
not fail to command the interest of nil
parents, ns well as every enterprising citizen,
and elicit from them "the assistance it de
There aro many other improvements and
defects in this direction with which I hope
to acquaint mvselt. My researches so far
have not been 'Oery long "or very deep, but I
hope to he prepared to give the young man
when lie calls again (if no ever does) points
that will highly color everything I have al
Mt-'Cuixoroii AVurren Davenport ad
vances a theory in Frcund's Weekly with
regard to John McCullough's illness to the
ellect that it is an outgrowth of an abnormal
u-e of his voice, rasping and distorting it
until ucrious prostration ha set in.
Janal'sciiek Janauschck U another case
of pin skill break down. She is compelled
to cancel her dales on account oi inroat
McC.vfLL We understand McCaull will
produce "I)eircu" at I'hiladelphia this
month. Having hud the pleasure of hearing
some ot the choice selections from the origi
nal score, we aro prepared to recommend it
to all lovers of light opera. Mr. Arnold, of
Steinway Hall, will soon have it in stock.
Matkkva Frau Mnterna has been espe
cially engaged to appear in the coming sea
son of (icrman opera in New York. Nature
gifted her with a very wonderful voice, hut
an unprepossessing lace and ngure. Mie
weighs l&O pounds. She is the greatest liv
ing artist in tho Wagnerian das' of music.
Sai.vim. The great Italian tragedian, is
about to pay another professional visit to
Mortal. Clara Morris receives S25.0O0
for n season of somo thirteen weeks. We
remember the time w hen she received S."
per week in the ballet of the Cleveland
stock company. She has been a hard stu
dent and worked out her own success.
Kellooo. Clara Louise Kellogg is much
opposed to the idea of singing to American
or Kuglish audiences in language save the
Lnglish. We wish there were many more
who felt tho same way.
Palmer. Pretty Minnie Palmer's success
was thrust upon her. She went to England
one voir ai;o with very little stock outside
of her pretty face. She returns to us la
dened with diamonds and a hank account of
For The Eagle.
A DREAM OF HEAVEN.
There are sighs unheard; there are tears un
wept; There are lutes unstrung, there are harps
There arc griefs unknown, there are
There are hearts that boat warm when they
seem but cold;
There are loves unlost when they seem so
There aro wounds unseen that have often
For tho soul feels most when in silence
If lives unheard an the winds in their sleep.
There aro sorrows very dark that o'ercloud
in our life'.-, glad
And that shade the heart
I There arc joys unfelt, there aro hopes uufed,
i ncre are pledges mished, there are vows
There are flowers dead among the 'pring
There are treasures lost among the golden
There arc memories sweet, we love them
Hut the eve grows dim as their currents
There are prayers
Whilst we linger
Yet wo smile to think that our griefs will
And our hearts rejoice in an endless
Far away above the ethereal blue,
v here each soul is glad and each heart is
We will live in love and her radiant beam,
Will inspire the soul with a heavenly
B. B. G.
Baltimouk, Md., Oct., 1884.
we breathe for the ones
here from our hoines
Notice h hereby given that E. Dreves has
ceased to be manager of the Anglo-American
Live Stock and Dairy Co, farm, and
that said company will not recognize nor be
responsible for any debts or contracts made
by said E. Dreves.
Asolo-Am. Livestock & Daiet Co.
144-3t By Jclics) Simox, Sec'y. & Act
Last day of the 48c sale, Chicago Bargain
Sauer kraut and pig's feel at O. Bugbee 's
Hes' old stand. dli2-3t
Prof. T. M. Martin, of "Wellington, wilt
be iu Wichita in a few days, and will open
a writing school on Monday, the 10th. Prof.
Martin lias just closed two successful schools
in Wellington, where he had 170 scholars.
He comes highly recommended by promi
nent men in towns where he has tauehL
For sash, doors, blinds, brackets, frames,
stairwork, go to the Wichita plancing mills.
Everybody buys the New Domestic Eew
ing machine when they see it.
Telephone your orders to Baughman &
Freeman for back or ltvery. 70-tf
Our Fall Stock of Boots and Shoes was
never so largo and prices never so low as at
the Ked Front Shoe Store. dl03-tf.
Canton flannel by the pound, at Chicago
$50,000 to loan on mortgage for one and
two years by Kansas Loan & Investment
Co., Wichita National Hank building.
TOLL THE BELL.
7 tUtbiitor of tht Kaglr:
The W. C. T. U. decided at their last
weekly meeting to vppoint Monday,
November 3d, a day of fasting and prayer
to hold devotional exercises in all the
churches, and to toll the bell every six min
utes, ns statistics show us the soul of a
drunkard passes from the great army of ine
briates to its final account every six minutes
during the twenty-four hours.
Toll the bell, sadlv toll,
A drunkard's soul
Is passing from earth away.
Bloated with gin.
Stained dark with sin,
In the coffin we m-o him lay.
Once he was fair,
E're rum and despair
Ix-nscdthe brain, and withered tho heart.
A proud father blessed him,
A mother caressed him;
Oh, drink ! What a tyrant thou art.
Toll on drearily.
For the drunkards passing away ;
The prayers of a mother,
Of sister or brother.
No more shall avail them for aye.
While ringeth yet tho knell.
Out from the drunkard's hell,
Souls of the lost ones! could ve but return ;
How would your trembling lips,
Tell of the Stygian pits,
A warning to othersUie ruin-fiend to spurn,
Toll, church hells, toll,
A warning note roll,
From vmir brazen throats to-day;
"lint let us watch and pray.
And speed the day.
When then the demon of drink shall lie low
Mrs. M. E. Lkase.
Wichita, November 1, 1884.
THE BEAUTIFUL TREES.
At no season of the year do our stieeU
present so pleasing a prospect as in autumn,
when the trees are dressed in their beautiful
garb of green and gold. A drive about the
suburb, through tho park, or a stroll along
the liver's brink on one of these fair, cloud
less afternoons i productive of the most de
lightful sensations. Those who spend their
davs upon the busy thoroughfares can have
not ju-t conception f the real beautv of
Go to the Kogers Coal Companyforcheap
John Schott has just rcceiyed a choice lot
We can sav c money to any one in need of
Boots and Shoes by calling at the Bed Front
Shoe Store and laying in your fall stock.
Those men's vests arc going fastat 49c,
at Chicago Bargain House.
For fruit of all kinds, fresh and good, go
to Jno. Schott. dlOO-tt
50,000 to loan on mortgage for one and
two years, by Kansas Loan & Investment
Co., Wichita National Bank building.
Buckwheat and maple syrup at O. Bug
bee's. Hess' old stand.
Bargains in our cloak stock next week.
Notice ad. in Sunday paper, Chicago Bar
gain House. " dl4s-lt
Houses correctly numbered by Mr. North.
Farms For Sale.
Six well Improved farms, situated in
Milton and Murdock townships, Butler
county, Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, Sedgwick county, Kansas.
New second-hand furniture store on Doug
las avenue, half a block west Main street,
north side. Furniture, stoves, queeneware,
etc., at prices to suit the times. Give us a
call. Wiieelock & Co.
dl44-lw No. 114 West D. Ave.
DRUMMED TO DEATH!
One would think so '
they are to get
to read some of the advertisements, that
" A TTvT-n
Ererybody ha the larf eat rtock of Dry Good ia towa, yet w pay eaa-Olrd i
u.uuuur ".- ui isry uooua man lae otaeraMrcbaaU la tat city.
They answer back, prore It- If tbey don't pay tae tax yea cam't WBanttelr
advertisements. They are all humbug aad Wow. Taelr cheap primal awdMeat
of the tame ganry material. It is too thin. We have the aloe. Wetaywa hava the
largest in this city, ir you want cheap pricea we hate them. Oar latawaM trad prva It.
Our great ile of wrapa stilt continues. A great bargain la these good.
20 Cents Up to $2.00.
$10.00 Worth for $1.00.
They Go and Find itall Wind !
Most every resident of Wichita knows
Another lot of the celebrated Kimball,
Clough and Warren and Ithica organs at
the City Music store. No better goods
made. Wo undersell others because we buy
for cash: No consignment business.
4dlt Tiios. SnAW & Co.
See those elegant lots in Gossard's addi
tion on North Lawrence avenue before pur
chasing. For sale by
dl21-tt Caldwell & Strong.
Peaches at O. Bugbee's,
Hess' old stand,
a fine upright
THE BEACON'S FRAUD-
One of the fraud tickets printed bv the
Beacon has made its appearance , and a copy
has been 'ent to this other. It is headed by
Blaine and Loiiu andtheirelcctorsand then
followed by the state Democratic and coun
ty mugwump tickets-. It's a fraud and will
derive many unless care is used. The copy
sent us has m small black type at the top,
"Resubmission ticket.'" Look out for it.
Under the law any man who attempts to
pass that ticket of!' on an innocent voter sub
jects himself to fine and imprisonment, and
the peddlers ol sucn tickets will tc watched.
WHAT IS SAID ABOUT THE EAGLE.
Col. L. X. Woodcock returned from Atch
inon and SI. Joseph vcslerd.iy, where he had
been called .n business. While at St. Joe
ho attended two political meetings, one on
cirii side, and he describes the feeling as
perfectly intense, ttrav-liaired old Demo
crats, who are luisine-s men worth their
thousands, bring di'gu-ted with tho nomi
nation of the ex-rebel, Murmaduke, were
lighting him w itlt all vehemence. Col. W.
savs if the campaign could bo extended
thirty days, old Murmaduke would belaid
out. " "
A handsome galvanized iron ooruico now
decorates the large thrcp story brick block
on tho corner of Douglas avenue and Water
street. Upon the eastern part of the build
ing, near the top, there apcars in large
raised letters, "D. L. Green, 1SS1." On the
western portion, the legend, "L. Hays.lSS4,"
presents itself m bold relief. These two en
gravings tell the story as to the proprietor
ship of this splendid strucliire, that lieauti
Ccs and enhances in value that portion of
the city. 1 lie external work on tlie ImilU
ing is now being finished, x hen the internal
work will commence, nnd ere long this ele
gant structure will be ready for occupancy.
Henry Matthue is in town from Cald
A. Bovven and wife aro in the city from
H. S. Strohm
C. Hall was noted on the street vr-.-
camo in from Kingman
Ilea, of Marshall, Mo., is at the
Bullen was up last eveningfrom
came down last evening
Yesterday was one ot the liveliest days of
the season." An unusually largo number of
fanners and strangers were in the city, and
business was good. The political chaldron
was at fever heat; knots ol men wcro con
gregated on every corner along Douglas
Hvcniio and Main street, eagerly fiiscussing
tho political situation. Candidates were
numerous and appeared to have a
i;reat deal of private business with
Voters, as they could be seen every few mo
ments leading somo one into a saloon or
around some corner. Tho soap-man and
other tricks for raking in a dime from the
crowds, were well patronized. Business in
every line vva unusually good, but the chief
interest was centered on me approaclnng
A galvanized cornice, of handsome de
sign, is being raised upon tho "Union block"
on the northeast corner of Water street and
thenvenuo. This block is of brick, two
stories in height and is built in five distinct
departments, or blocks. The corner block
is owned by Jerry McCarty, tlie next two
by Mr. Dodge, anil the eastern two by A. C
Niederlander and II. O. Balch. The "outside
work is almost completed on this fine build
ing and tho inside will be pushed to an early
finish. This largo row of blocks and the
Green and Hays blocks, across the street
south havo added very greatly to the beauty
and importance ot wct lMiigias avenue and
have made a lead in that direction tha' will
doubtless be followed bv others, until this
section of tho city becomes a prominent
factor in the business circle- of the city.
J. C. Saxton is in the city from Deca
J. II. Hiddl.
Y. B. Gibcns was in town last evening
J. H. Wilhite, of Kmporia, was on our
S. B. Kohtile, of Lima, O., is prospect
ing in our county.
Mrs. Bailey, of Kmporia, is visiting
friends in this city.
K. S. Wisson came in from Kl Dorado
Krein tlie unuitr Count 1'resn
The Wichita Eagle of last Sunday came
out enlarged to ten columns. It was the
largest daily sheet ever issued in the state,
and we may say about the best. We are
glad to note the continued success of the
Daily Eaolk because it deserves it. That
paper has done more to call attention to the
Arkansas valley and to asist in the opening
and development of nil this vast and rich
country than all agencies combined, and the
people of the valley appreciate its efforts. It
lias oy lar the largest
per south of Topeka.
circulation of any pa-
M. Stewart just bought
piano of Thos. Shaw & Co.
144dlt City Mumc Stork.
For Sale One track of land suitable for
a large residence, 'J00 feet front by 140 feet
back, corner of Fourth avenue and Lewis
stroct. Inquire nt Wichita gardens.
j!12-tf W. II. Scott, Prop.
Mrs. Morgan, with her agreeable manner
andknowledge of just what the ladies want,
having been so successful in disposing of
her select stock of fashionablo millinery in
so short a time, has just received another
largo supply of the handsomest and latest
designs ttoo eastern markets afford. (Jo, if
onlv to look at her elegant stock,
Still Greater Reduction in Coal.
The Kogers Coal Co. have reduced the
prices of their celebrated I'ittshurg coal
lifty cents more per ton, making prices from
this date as follows: I'ittshurg lump, $5.00
delivered; Pittsburg nut, S4.00 delivered.
They are also now prepared to fill orders for
the best Pennsylvania anthracite coal at
$11.50 delivered. Charcoal at 20 cents per
bushel delivered. They positively guar
antee their weight in every case. Give them
a calk " d9S-tf
WHO RECEIVED THE GOODS THIS FALL!
When we bought our large stock for less prices than ever heard
of before in the United States, we did not expect that
Wheat would le soil for thirty-five cents per bushel is Wichita,
But we were mistaken, and now
Find Ourselves Over-stocked,
And are going to unload. We mean just what we say ! Let all
stand from under, for we are going to make prices, and mean business.
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
A Golden Opportunity in
Serges, Sateens, Ficuts.
Look At Our Hosiery stock!
It Pays to Trade at the SQUARE DEALING STORE of
INNES & ROSS. HO-"OB. N. X T. p. o.
IOC3C & "W EILS.
DHM MEAT MARKET'
kept in a
Maehine Shop !
NEAR IRON' UU1UGK.
R. McFARLAND, Propr.
J. p. allenT
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
WICHITA. - KANSAS
GROCERIES & FEED.
nertli of street car bnrn, North
Of Wilson & Tillinghast.
CLEARWATER, - - KANSAS
IK a general bunking busiueon. I'ronipt at
tention given to collections. tr.t tf
50,000 to loBti on mortgage for on and
two vcars, bv Kiiti'ii Jmn A: Investment
Co., Wiclntu National Jtank building. dl-lStf
ltalihvin fc (Merpii-n an- now ro.uly to
photograph all wlioiall ;lt tlieir newlv lur
nieheil rooms. No. i,S I)ou.ii. avc " 3-J-tl
Pittsburg hunt) coal for sale bv the Rog-r
Coal Company, at So per ton, delivered."
H. V. Kandolph, of
tered at the Trcmont.
A. .J. Simpson came down from Topeka
I- D. Garner, of Woodstock, Ky., is on
on a visit to this city.
I). . 1'laco arrived in the city la.t
evening from Ilcnton.
Hon. John Kcllcy was yesterday regis
tered at tho Occidental.
Fred Albright, of louHvilU Ky.. is
prospecting in tlie city.
.1. W. Ground came into the city last
evening on a living trip.
A. Jlcltride was in from Cleveland,
Kingman county, yesterday.
I). C. JIcKiimon came
water yesterday afternoon.
.1. 1'. Black, ot the sucker state, i pay
ing Sedgwick county a visit.
Al. Airon, one of Wellington's popu
lar young meu is in the city.
At half past two night before last, four
shot lutid and clear,"rang out in the vi-
cily ol the opera house, and somo one was
heard Jo wiv, "Git." Two persons were
heard immediately after running towards
tne niicv anu into tlio lumoer yard.
Mr. .f. K. Johnson who lives opposite the
opera houso was awakened by the shooting
and jumped out of bed nnd opened the door,
us he did so, he saw a man standing on the
street who immediately took to his lieels and
struck up the street at a lively gait. Xo
further particulars were obtained." vVhetber
the shooting was done by officers or by
tliug! has not been learned.
Rev. J. AV. Turner, of this city, who has
been attending the A. 51. E. conference nt
Wyandotte, Kanas, and also visiting friends
at blatlic, has returned. There will bo
preaching at the A. 5,1. K. church morning
and evening. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Usual services at tho rink to-dav. as tho
room can now be made comfortable. !'I)e
feat and Victory" will be the theme of dis
course at 10:4o Ii. m. Sunday school at i:50
p. in., nnd preaching at 7:15 p. ni.
The Rev. William It Kirkwood, D. D., of
Winfield, will preach in the Presbyterian
Xo -erv ices at Russell hall to-day, as the
pastor, I. G. Brown, has not sufficiently re
covered from his sicknei? to hold s'lch" ser
vice. The pastor. Rev. W. F. Harper, will occu
py the pulpit of the Baptist church to-dav.
at 11a. in. and 7 p. in. Sunday school at
iSO p. m. Strangers are always cordiallv
weicouieu. v -nt:mi inv liavion is etenaeu
to traveling men to bo preveut to-dy. Re
ception of new member ana the Lord's sup
per ut the close of the morning service.
Xo. 88 Douias avenue it. where von
can reit comfortably while waiting for
your pictures. 3-j.tf
Creamery and country butter at Shobers.
Tho Rogers Coal Company sell coal
cheaper than any other firm in the city.
School children will call at the Postofficc
Book Store for Raub's grammar, and if thev
have any of Clark's old grammars, bring
them with you for exchange. This is the
only place where tho old grammar nre on
Xow is tbe time to buv ionr v.il. iinr ;
of the Rogers Coal Company.
Blood will tell so will low prices on good
goods which is the cause of our busv and in
creasing trade in Boots and Shoes at the
Red Front Shoe Store. A. Allen-. d!03-tf
THE POPULAR AND ELECTORAL TOTES IN
WHO WILL GET THERE IN 1S84?
. . Wo hope the beet mon will get the offlcee and in the mean
time and thereafter, we shall be pleased to have everybody
Sme -u? tosPour mammoth stock or Clothing- for men. boys
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, HATTERS & POMSHERS
Wen'r Sratf Ele;
AW call attention of our readers to the
card of C. .1. Allen in our column of
"wants." Parties wihimr iwnnnnent nnr)
profitable business would do well to call nt
bis office, 250 Xnrth Kmporia avenue, Wich
ita, Saturday, November 1st and Monday.
Lais' Wraps too Costly to Keep Perma
nently In Stock!
Price our Boots Riid Shoes and be con
vinced that we take the cake in selling them
cheaper than any one. A. Allex. ""dl03-tf
The most fashionable and enjoyable social
event of the season took jilace at the resi
dence of 5. W. Levey, on Topeka avenue,
la't eveninc, when a party was given in hon
or of Mr. Melville S. Levey, of San Fran-
Mr. .1. M: Boll spends Sunday with
friends in Wyrndotte, Kansas.
W. X. Clark, of Fayette. Ohio, i on a
prospecting tour in Sedgwick county.
T. .1. Tilson and J. H. Parks, of Brant
ville, Kv., is paving our county a visit.
A. C. Thatcher, of West Liberty, is pay
ing a vitit to C. A. Thatcher, of this city.
L. T. Gibbons of Jackson, O., is looking
over the county with a view otlocating.
Mrs, Givens and daughter and Misses
Lutes and Allen, of the. count v, are at the
Julius. Simon, F. Turner, W. Mikes and
John AVetmore, of the Anglo-American
Dairy Co., were yesterday in the citv, the
guests of T. B. Wall.
cisco, who is upon a visit to the Forost City.
The guct, among w horn were noticed
31isscs Annie L. Jackson, Alice Hunt, Kate
'MitrHm'L- Hhitii Smith. I.uev Lauck. Grace
Hill, Clara and Agnes Lvncli, M. Baynum, ,
Mctdumes F: Oliver nnd "Hunt, Meters. Ionl
Arnold, F. Oliver, Will Robinson, J. Hous- j Geo-C. Malonev,of Arkansas Citv, a part
ton, Xct Hamilton, E. DeLong, Al. Clark ner 0f . h. Coleman in a large stock ranch
and J. HolTmastcr, began to arrive at an hi tho territory, was ia the city vesterdav.
early hour, when merriment nnd pleasan- The firm has added lanrelv to th'eir stock-
tries proceeded to reign supreme. Iu the during the last month, and now have a large
absence of Mrs. Levey Mi.-s Hattie Oberi"t I bunch of cattle,
useumed the position of Hotes, which was
vx tvniuuii, llJ IHU L'CVll RVKUt ICU
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of tho rogiter of d"ed
II. R. Butler et al. to Anna Johnson,
lots l and S in Butler & Fisher's ad
dition to Wichita. SI.200
G. II. Shirley ta L. Priest, lot 12 block
a Knglish's sub-division 100
John W. Baughman to A. C. Payne,
lots 7 and 9 0 and south hf of lot o.
Topeka avenue, X. A. Knglish'sSth
add . 1,100
Woodbury Howe to 3Iary II. West,
hf interest in lots 1, 7 and 8, Howe
& v est s sub-diviion of lots S3 and
So. Mead ave, eat Wichito 1
Joel T. Brown to S. E. Richardson, n
w ur 24-2(5-1 e 2.200
John H. Brown to S. E. Richard.on.n
w qr 26-2J-1 2,S00
Robert Slater to A Caldwell, lots 22,
21. 2f, 28. 80 and 32, Pattie ave
Hv de's add 2$o
If you want to buy cheap lot in Ximraer
It's addition, call on Fred Schatber, at citv
clerk's office' d92tf
Bring your bahics, your children and all
tbe btg folks to Baldwin & O'tergren's.and
be photographed with lightning speed. 32-tf
Go to the first stair east
York store for photographs.
of the New
j book on all chronic anil local ileaeo!
male, ami female free Swentzell A ItowrlaM,
Wlctilta. hanii ll.tr
Our stock of Kip Veal calf and Calf Boots
is extra large and prices lower than ever. Red
Front Shoe Store. 103-tf
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
NOVEMBER 5th, 6th and 7th,
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Party Vids for the leap vear party at
Kobion Bros- 21 Main street. dl24-tf.
Kids, all shades, sizes and lemrths. for the
"Leap Year al Bobion Bros. 21 Main
Gentlemen's kid and partv tie at Kobi
son Bros.' 21 Main street. d!2t-tf.
Creamery and country butter at Shober's.
Creanierv and country butter at ShobcrV
Occurs our great sale of elegant garments. Alaska Seals,
Brocade Velvets, Plushes, Sicillians, Plush on Plush and Velvet
on Velvet, combining the most beautiful materials in fashionable
Creamery and country
butter at Shober's,
TI7"AXTED A girl from Ii to IS var of age.
11 In a .mail family; so children Will
pay waxes or take her and provide for her at
one of oar family. Inquire at No. Sis north
Emporia arcane Itsdtf
S73 to $100 buvs a good organ at the
Citv Music Store. " 14dlt
The improved Domestic sewing machine
captivates everybody. 144dlU
' . Blleacvner vwuxii most cuarniing graco.
v A'most delightful evening was eujoyed by
. those pttent, Mii Jackson adding to tlieir
Sleasure by n well rendered recitation, Mrs.
unt and Miss Obcrest following with songs,
which were highly appreciated. ProC Ion
Arnold presided at the piano, giving a uum
ber of tutcellent recitals.
days on a western tour, returned night be
foiie last. He traveled over a considerable
portion of Colorado, and report business
rather dull out there, but sav a politics are
lively. He said that he found all tho towns
wcst'along the line of the Santa Fe in Kan
(as, solid lor Martin.
f T bullies chince for an;
nv man who cu
romua iootoo, orn equivalent la stock
We want a good basineas talemaa to tike
charge of thi cocntT, or as many roantiet a
he can manage with hit agents, to tell a new
line of standard goodi ced In every ramily
Profits SI73 to tsuper month Tnl ii no
CAjch-pennj-" baslnesSor exaggeration to de
ceive the peoiJe like many oltier ttdngt now
offend for tile in this ronntr We Iirite vera
to conie to room 4 on second Soor, So, ivi
nortn tav ona arease. ana call on -. J jvi-
Wo received Saturday morning one lot of
fine bound felt hats; also one lot velvet bats
;-. .1A .11 ;tis-. . i w. ci ts '? ni1 '"?nJae she goods and judge for tobt-
I.L. v j 3 . Vn 1 v VTV selves, we rarnlta jood to tee right partr
One lot beaded at 40 ct.., which voupay lexaal to the amoant of money invested as a
anywhere else S1.00 and S15 for. Beaded guarantee against loss orditappointmest to any
bonnets S1.T5. worth 52.50. AVc expect Sw"h, ,I Sti'fS1
about one hundred new tinl bonnets MT ' ".aslnfrorrrXl'strprldgfy
day. Cotne to our store and save your i heavy la tbe goodf Call from 9am Satcr
monev. Chicago Bakoain Horse ' day, Sovemberlst: until Ucaday veaing."o-
V 'b PWi TA tkn rloair adr on on. Bber3d. Tnls bsslness Is permanent. cd
.: Please reaa the cioaK aav. on op- JBm profiubIe we4. of iiiisisin4
potite page and notice pnees quoted. 'mer. WhT other Urritory Cor gwsiata
And the most costlv, if not sold in these three days, will be return
ed. Some of these wraps are the production and exact copies of
garments made by such artists as Worth, rehx and ringat. We
present an opportunity to intending purchasers only equaled by
the very largest houses in this country.
Kemeraber, 'For Three Days Only
FAT MENS CONVENTION
21 MAIN ST.
From November 1st.
At tfata Convention w shall ttke p!MMrar in showis th
FAT MEN the moat complete line of Underwear in ALL else.
at the lowest caah prices.
JUST AFTER ELECTION DAT.
The Jr?et stock in WiciilU, oaaijraed, to be mU at
C3A rare opportunity to ret a flae wrap for a little
28 Main St.
LARIMER & STINSON.
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