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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1884.
in? wTTnurrA TiATTVT?AnT.Tr. WTriRTTA KANSAS. ST TND AY MORNING. NOVEMBER 9. 1884. V
M M MURDOCK.Se BROTHER Piopntwt.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
XotniiinyJ.einiblicatis about here feel like
jjiving up their leU jet.
W take iiotliin? (jftui Morey llarnum
without conclusive prfs
Quite a liunibcr of bus were mad on the
result in New York yesterday.
Apples," ha7a"nd bog, apj.ci.reJ to be
the chief lock in trmW.,ftbu farmer-yesterday.
Newton 11. Kudoli.il, the freight receiving
clerk of the fjnnto Fc office, went down to
Dcrliv hist night to w his girl.
The police curt docket wa ns bare ai a
Lean pole oterday. Not a single name ap
peared on Judge Glcnn' books.
Several w.igon loads of fine apples wcro
yesterday brought to the city and found
ready talc at retail on the t trect.
C A. Dieter lo-t n bunch of keys ye-ter-dav.
and the return of the keys to this office
will be deemed a f.tvor by the owner.
The mavor decided to take off all the
extra polic"- veUTl.iv, and th decision uas
put into effect hi night too much protci-
Did vou ever think that there i not a
patriotic hong written in the last twenty-live
veai that n" Deinacratic crowd can sing,
i'oor old Democracy:
No paper in the state made n more able
and judicious light for Kepiiblicani-in dur
ing the campaign than tho "A ichita Laole.
Sumner county Press.
There were a large number of pcoplo in
town vcrtcrduv, and the Mores were well
flllmt witl. customer-, who wre buying
themselves rich and happy.
It i- f aid that the proprietor of the l'.ilaco
billiard salon has shaken tho dust of the city
offofhisaligator hide-!, much to the di'gu-t
of a large line of creditor.
"VVliv don't somebody declare that if Ken.
Butler" Belva Loekwood or St. Jack is duly
elected he will shoulder a inufkct to land
them safely in the White Hou-c.
The dinger sewing machine company has
removed its quarter'-, from the old stand, on
the nvonue, in-ar the Eagle Klock, to o. -J
North Mam street, opposite tho po-toflicc.
'Don't 4t beat New York bow bell has
gone!" taid a d.ized Kipubliain. It sound
ed :i little mixed at first, but on reflection
c rather think that is about tho way it is.
-vt, v s Mnllinmr. a former partner of
the Hodman L'-n.s. in the tobacco business,
U about to leave tho city for Conway
Spring whercjic will engage in the painting
There of our bifsinet' men, Mcsrs Mcllin
er, Hofl'man and Stockwcll returned yes
Terdav from a three daia hunt, liaving bagg
ed u big lot of ducks' quail and prairie
Thev ratified, according to storey Itiir
numVordew and song. "In the Sweet 11 v-and-IJv."
Perhaps alter net Tuesday the
tuno will change to "I'lunged in a Gulf of
It is reported that a min living near Leon
attempted to commit suicide night before
hi. under the impression that he had lot a
large amount on the roi-ult of the election,
lie had better hold on awhile.
j THE STATE VS. J. J. WILLIAMS. I
! .1. .T. Williams, the nrinter who assaulted
John H. Avers, foreman of theEACLE office,
last Mondav night, had an exaramuuuu ,
before Justice Hobbs yesterday. Frank (
Dale conducted tho case lor the state and l. (
U. Wall took charge of the defense Tho ;
.i. . oicnuH with intent to Kill. -MX. .
Wall insisted on having rhc testimony ot the
two principal witnesses for tho stute-Olr.
Avers and Mr. Miller reduced to writing.
Alter some discussion a6 to who would pay
for such work, G. W. Jones was detailed to
take down tlio testimony verbatim. Mr.
Avers testimony ran about as follows:
About H:SO on the night in question ll
liams and Ford, employees of the Eagle
office came in under the influence of liquor;
omo dispute aroeeaboutan overcoatand he,
Avers, ordered them out as they were hin
dering the work of the men in tho office and
he was satisfied that thev intended mischief;
they said that ho had better put them out
and he said he would if neces-nry- He 1ben
followed them to tho door and they went
out, hut returned in about half an hour: he
ordered them out again and Ford tetircd,
but Williams remained, making nosiiic
demonstratsons and threatening to cut and
shooL Acrs took hold of him and shoved
him out the door and just at the outside
Williams cut him in several places. hen
he found out he was cut he came in and met
Miller, assistant foreman, just inside the
door having a side stick in his hand. Miller
handed him the side slick and turned round
A ctmnl- Willinm on the head with it.
Hi- testimony was iully coroborated by
Miller and Coombs. At the conclusion of
Coombs' testimony Mr. Dale rested his case
and Williams and Ford were sworn for the
defense. Williams took the stand and his
testimony was recorded by Mr. Jones. He
contradicted the evidence for tho state in
many instances. He said he first came up
for an overcoat and was put out; lie next
W. II. Kyan is in town from August.
T. C. Kogers, of El Dorado, is in the
Louis Colin was over lrom
Morse came down from Topeka
Any article usually found iu a first-claw
citr jowelry store, can be found at E. Vail
ffl Co.'s, ifo Main street.
Buy voor n-oods at vour own nrices at the
Auction rooms, 203 Douglas avenue. Sale
very afternoon and evening. 2t
Go to the Auction rooms of Muliniz &
Andrews, 203 Douglas avenue. 2t
came np for a drink and said Aycrs stopped
him at a case opposite where Miller
was working on telegrams, and that both
Acrs and Miller had sido sticks in their
hands him followed nad shoving him to the
door, and that Aver struck him twice be
fore he cut him and twice after; he also said
that Miller struck him. The cumulation
was contided till to-morrow.
THE POLICE ORDER.
Touching a criticism of one of our report
ers of tho attempt of the police to clear tho
side walk in front of the Lagle office y ester
day morning, we de-ire to say, and that in
iusttce to mayor Unllenstein, ana wiiai is
saiu at tne request oi jir. jvuut oi mu . """
delphia store, that the police were ordered
to keep the sidewalk open upon tho applica
tion of Mr. Katz, whose cu-tomers were un
able to nach his doors on account of the
crowd. Mavor Griffenstcm says he was not
in the le-t actuated bv any partisan motivo
and we believe him. "Tho trouble with our
police at limes seems an inability to distin
guish between solid substantial citizens and
a crowd of loafers or bummer... When the
citizens of this town desiro to as:iuble on
such occasions a those ot any ol tne days oi
tho past week, it is simply presumntious for
our paid servants to attempt the roll of
boss. If the official count shows that Clot c
land has been elected wo have no objections
iu fact would rather enjoy teeing the city
administration turning out, reinforced by ev
ery Democrat in the county, for a red hot
demonstration, but then tho other hand
it jus-t may a well be understood now,
as anv time, that in ease Jim Maine, of
Maine, and Johuy Logan, of Illinois are the
men, the Kcpubf Scans will paint this town
red if thev want to, and men of little brief
authority in that event had better not make
HfcRE AND THERE.
Mr. James Kodgers one of El Dorado's
prominent busine- men, and uho-c hard
ware homo rivals the largest house- of that
character in the state, accomp lined by his
wife, i' spending a day or two with friends
in this city.
Someone of the boys was wondering at
the proitnture demonstration made by the
D 'mocniU night before la-t, when another
rem irked "OH thundiT, the l)-mrrat6 will
d m-m-trato over anything whre they can
gel tru-ted for the powder."
Policrtivm H. C. Urasicr was stripped of
his iiiMgna of office yesterday. An inter
icw with him might reveal something start
ling about the inner circle of tho police force.
Aell we don't care to ki.oiv any more than
we have already caught on to.
Mr. E. Hill has had a new wing built to
her alroadv commodious residence on tho
cnrncrof Lawn-nee avenue and Third street,
which she has mrni-hed elegantly through
out and ha opened a new and well appoint
ed boarding liou-e. Wo understand that
it is tho intentions of Mr". Hill to take but b
limited numberof boarders and aim to con
duct the new enterprise upon a thorough
Oneof the Kvolk's staff made an old
hidv almo't faint with joy e.-terday, at Howe
it Naur's drug store on Douglas avenue.
The reporter frequently takes the liberty to
wring in a j'ikeoii Mr. S-uir and as frequent
ly gets left himself. On the occasion in
q'ue-tion ho went into the drug store and
said: "Ulaine is 'lirely elected." An old
ladv stood near the counter and upon hear
ing the iiiiiioniiccment, she jumped about
three feet high and littered all exclamation
of mingled surprise and joy.
Findlav Kos yesterday received a car
load of sofas and lounges "all cf which were
of ha:idonie design and finish. Thi enter
prising firm doe-i bu-ine-s on a large scale,
and what they haven't in stock is scarcely
worth liaving. Their large store rooms are
now so crowded that they could not find
.pice or this la-t large" invoice and it
wa neee-arv to toro it in tho room of Ak
,t Child, where this beiutiful and complete
line of goods can be seen.
A young man who has kept a fruit and
confectionery stand on Douglas avenue, near
Market street, during the pat summer, has
suddenly disappeared, it is said, not having
Un s.euti f.inri! election dav. It may be that
lio has gone on a still hunt'in the interest of
at. John, or lie may nave cnoscii lon.neiue
citv without summoning a brass band and
mav be will return in thosame quiet manner.
His accounts, as far as heard from, are all
right, and tho mysterious disappearance may
sion be explained and made satisfactory to u
There were many farmers teams in town
yesterday and nearly all of them, when they
started o"n their homeward trip, had a load of
fruit trees aboard. The two places on Doug
las avenue where the large nursery stock is
being held for delivery, were surrounded
during most of the day "by the teams of per
son who had ordered" goods from the agents
who had taken the orders some time ago and
are now making the deliveries The trees
are lgorous and nice ones and tho-e persons
who had ordered them, not only called
promptly for them, but wore a pleasant look
as thev drove away with the futnro bearers
of Arkansa valley prize fruits.
Smyth & Sons were tho happy recipients
of a very line specimen of a night owl a few
daws ago. His owlship was tied with a piece
of" rope in the implement warehouse, and
yesterday he determined to regain his liber
ty. He" succeeded in eating off his bonds
a'nd then made a dash for the window,
actually going through n pane of cry
heavy gU mid alighted in a wagon out on
tho sidewalk. He va so badly stunned by
the operation that he wa unable to fly. Ho
in can.ured again, and was seen in a box
looking as sick as the Beacon birds will bo
Al Klaubcr, the auctioneer at the horse
and mule market, who got sojoyfut ovr
the report that Cleveland w. elected, that
lie took hi w hip in hand and marched up
town to run things but was knocked out by
Mr. Freeman, came to his senses yesterday
and wished he had been a diciple of St.
John. Al is a good fellow and would not
have done ! fo"r anythiug had he been in
lus sober senses. He enquired yesterday if
Freeman was in jail and said it ho was. to
let him out a lie would not appear against
him. He is suffering now with a painful jaw
and a remorse of conscience.
Mr. C. "W. Hill, who has been absent from
the citv for seeral weeks in Ncbra-ka, , re
turned lat evening. He says that he like
that state, though he prefers Kansas, a the
weather in rsetir.Tka is mucll comer man
here. They have had a heavy frost thero
every night for three or for week and there
i not a vista-re of anything green to he
seen. His trip home wa- made direct, the
run taking '2i hours, and the farther into
Kansas he came the warmer the weather
was felt to be and the more verdure was ob
Mr. Hill came a few month ago from tho
Keystone slate to decide upon a place to lo
cate and he now has fully determined to
make Kansas his future "home. He will
leave here nct week for one of the western
or southern counties of this state and will
take a claim and start a little colony of hi
own, as several persons will accompany
him to this new country and will each take
a quarter of Fncle "Sam's domain. The
Eaole wishes Mr. Hill and his entcrpri-e
every siicee-s and hopes they may start a
new Wichita in the land of "the emigrant
and may receive the full benefit of the en
,To. II. Kullcn was up from "Winfleld
-T. T. Tolly was in from Valley Center
Win. Johnson came up from Oxford
AVm. Dangel came in from Garden Plain
Uenj. Morgan .and wife, of Topcka, are
visiting this city.
A. r. Jackson was last evening down
W. E. Chapman, of Newton, spen
yesterday in town.
C. P. Kecor was in the city yesterday,
from Fort Scott.
D. T. Coffey, of Cheney, pnt yester
day in the metropolis.
A. M. Commons was down fromNcwton
during a part of yesterday.
F.Y. Cragie arrived in town from To
peka yesterday morning.
K. G. Spencer, of Burton, was obser
ved upon the street yesterday.
Sarah nambey and ohild, of Missouri,
are visiting friends" in the city.
T. "W. McClure and wife, of Oaktown,
Mo., are on a trip to thi county.
Etta Ilichey went to Garden Plaine
vei-tcrday, to vfit school mate.
Win. H. Tullis is on a business trip to
the city from Blairstown, Iowa.
Eliza Moore is on a visit to friends in
the city. Her homo is at Emporia.
T nmt M. Brown, of Dodge Citv, stopped
over night in town on their way to the east.
J. L. Smith of Verona, Mo., is casting
a scrutinizing eye at the Arkansas valley.
Alvin lies and Lewis Booze, of Fjwnee
Kock, this state, are registered at the alley.
F. D. Schcrmerhorn and J. M. Bloom,
of Harper, were upon our streets yesterday.
J. II. Spencc came over from Emporia
vesterdav to get po'tcd on the political sit
W. F. Molntvre, of Gunnison, Col. is
stopping in the the city a few days, and is
Ht tlie Occidental.
T. II. Lemon made a flying trip faom
El Dorado, yotcrdar, etoppingin this city
for a short tune.
1!. L. Davis, of Pari, Kas., was yester
day in the city trying to decide which side
it wa safest cheer for.
G. A. Panjar, of Albion, Kas., came to
the hub jesterdav morning, to learn which
way the "cat had jumped.
T. C. "Wood and O. II. Bentley spent
Saturday in Eldorado on business for Turner,
Frazer St Co., of St. Joeph.
J. E. Bennett, of Hillgrove, O., is on a
prospecting tour through Kansas, and i at
present stopping at tho'Trcmont.
V It. Clifton. ofDecatur. I1K. is pay
ing a I-it to this citv and is tnnch pleased
wit h the appearance of the place.
M.J. Dunlap.of Belle Plain.wa in town
vc-tcrdav and trying to determine whether
lie had won or lo"-t his election bets.
-U. ('. Howard, of the Arkansas City
Kcpublican, stopped ovvr in the city last
night, en route to Fredonia to be married
J. Henry and J. Wagner, of Harper
came up to the fountain head of the south
west ye-terday to grt tho latest from the
W. F. and J. A. McMiohael, from Mis
souri, are looking over Sedgw iek county with
a view of locating, and are registered ct tie
Col. Hartzcll was called to Newton by
telegram this morning, which came too l:tt
f..r last evening's train. He is expected
home to night, but may be gone srwral
day-. It seems like old times to eo the Col
onel all bu-ine-s.
Mrs. J. W. Hartzell return, d last even
ing from visiting her mother, Mrs. K an. of
if Topcka. bin reports the lady convales
ing, and i.y spring sue i-ejn.-i-ii-u iu unjuiu
recovered. As soon ab
Pollock & Pearce keep the Avenue gro
cery, and don't you forget it- d!45-tit
Buckwheat cake and maple syrup at the
THERE IS NOW
The finest selection of diamonds and fine
jewelry at Wm. Kasscl's ever before brought
to this city. 'Come and see them.
DRUMMED TO DEATH!
GREAT SALE OF BOOTS AM) SHOES !
DEMOOEIAT OR REPTJBLICAN,
WALK IN OR WALK OUT.
For sash, doors, blinds, brackets, frames,
stairwork, go to the Wichita plancing mills.
Telephone your orders to
Freeman for back or In err.
Our Fall Stock of Boots and Shoes was
never so largo and prices nover so low as at
the Bed Front Shoe Store. dl03-t
Pickles, sweet pickles, sour pickles, mixed
and sauer kraut at the Avenue grocery.
Everybody.buys the Domestic sewing ma
chine when they see it.
Go to the Auction room, 203 Douglass av
enue, for your blankets and quilts. 2t
One would think bo to- read some of the advertisements, that
they are to get
Sort Throat, Colds and Coughs.
"Whether recent or chronic quickly and
safely relieved by tho new method of treat
ment pursued by Dr. Andrews. Office in
Ferrell Block, opposite tho post office.
Special to the ladies: Hoffmaster & Son
win inr mis. wppk oihv. ir.vu iu r.ci. ,u
buvinir a nair of fine shoes, one bottle
Bixby's fino dressing.
Itetails at twenty-five
"Wichita Cracker Co's, crackers
crisp at the Avenue grocery.
$10.00 Worth for $1.00.
Thev Go and Find itall Wind.
BOOTS AJSTD SHOES!
We must close out our stock of Boots and Shoes to make'
more room for our
Dress Goods !
"We are offering extraordinary bargains. Do not miss this opportunity,
AT THE HORSE SHOE STORE
Fresh arrival of a large assortment of 4 .
WINTER WRAPS, NEWMARKETS, PLUSH AND CLOTH
RUSSIAN CIRCULARS OF ALL KINDS.
The latest styles is the Plain and Braided Mantle.
An immense variety of
$50,000 toloan on mortgage for ono and
two years by Kansas Loan & Investment
Co.,Wichita National Bank buildinsr.
Go to tho Kog'-rs Coal Company for cheap
John Schott lias just received a choice lot
Most every resident of Wichita knows
Sp those eletrant lots in Coward's addi
tion on North Iiwrence avenue before pur
chasing. For sale by
dl21-tf Caldwell & Strong.
Blood will tell so will low prices on pood
goods which is the causo of our busy and in
creasing trade in Boots and Shoes at tho
Red Front Shoe Store. .A.Alle.v. dl03-tf
Creamery and country butter a
For Sale One track of land suitable for
a large residence, 200 feet front by 140 feet
back, corner of Fourth avenue and Lewis
itratt. Inquire at "Wichita gardens.
d!29-tf "A". H. Scott, Prop.
KEAL tSTATE TRANSFERS.
The following are the real estato transfers
recorded in thn office of the register of deeds
" F. Neiedlander to .1. G. Haubcr-
landoj. so br2;;-2S-2o ? 2000
E. M. Packer to .lames M. 1-reiuh,
lots 1 and 2 Mosley me., Abbotts
II. A. Hcruig to Chas. AV. .McCoy, sc
cor. sec. !)-27-le
Alden S pea re to .lo-eph Gerson, lot 1
blk IS. tow n of Cheney
C. . .Miller to Henry L Gutdney, jr,
fe qr 15-27-1
Alden Speare to Joseph Gerson, lot V
blk 18. town of Chenev
I). "W. Halbrook to .1. S. Whitak.r,
lots -11 nnd 1.', Central ave, J. It.
Mead's addition 800
T. It. Stone to Moothaii C. Lddon,
lots 18 to 21 inclusive, Topcka ave,
A. A. Ilvde to Ida F- Hyde, s hi" lots
f0, 52 "and 51 Ida ave,"Hyde's addi
tion John W. Courtney to James y. Pol
lock, lots 13 and 11, -Moscly nve,
Still Greater Reduction in Coal.
Tho Honors Coal Co. have reduced
m-; nf thoir celebrated Pittsbum
nftv cents moro per ton, making prices from
this date as follows: Pittsburg lump, $5.00
delivered; Pittsburg nut, 54.oo delivered.
Thev 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 call. ttS-tf
50,000 to loan on mortago for one and
w,i vmirs. hv Kansas Loan & Investment
f. "Wichita National Bank building. dllStf
Gold and silver headed walking canes, a
lant selection at Win. Kissel's. Come and
WHO RECEIVED THE GOODS THIS FALLS
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 lie soli for thirty-five cents per losM in f icMta,
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, forwe are going to make prices, and mean busi-
LADIES' HAND BAGS,
In Russian Leather, Alligator. Brocaded Japanese Leather. Plush
and Plain Leather. The largest variety ever seen in the
state. It pays to trade at
innes & ross.
UNION MEAT MARKET!
Qr Kvrj thing
Vrpt In a
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Ciass
Haldwiu A-O-lercnn are now ri-ad.it.
photograph :ill who rail al tlicir i-ely !r
nlclied roouiH. No 113 Dou-Mj- w. SMI
Pittsburg lurno coal for sale by tho Kogers
Coal Company, at S3 per ton, deliicred.
lteccnt developments leads to the conclu
sion that there could be no dilHrulty about
making out a case against the man who was
recently arreted in women'- clothe. Infor
mation has been recehed from a reliable
soureo that tho individual in question was a
man masquerading as a woman, and that he
was in ju-t tho same condition in which ho
was found in Kansas City, for which he had
to pay a heavy fine.
ho samo authority stated that an officer
brought a suit of men's clothes to the fraud,
and that tho thing was hushed up, as many
other things of an unlawful character hn's
been smothered up and tho guilty party
allowed to go free to follow hi nefarious
occupation, without a single word of warn
ing to put people on their guard against
such scoundrels. "Why are such matters
THE BOSS APPLES
he is able to travel
ho will come to -unny "Wichita for a change
of air and scenes.
Steven AV. Jones and wife; uncle and
aunt of .Mrs. E. ('. I'uggles arrived in the
citv night bifore hist from Danfield, Ohio.
Mr. .lone has been a gteat traveler, having
iniid" set eral trips across the briny deep,
visiting the Holy land, He is now EG years
old and thinks nothing of making a trip of a
thousand miles or so to visit hii friends.
Mrs. J. M. Ilrownson has returned from
a four weeks' vMt to her old home near
Hannibal. Mo. fehc had been absent tor a
period of twelve years and of course the
met ting between h"er relatives and self was
one of surprises and much pleasure to all
concerned. She returns refreshed from rest
and rt-joiced at having met nearly all of her
old friend-, and especially her father, who is
quite an old man.
New Orleans, "ov. 8. A Picayune spec
special from Thibadcaux says: "At eleven
o clock last night a tire broke out in the l)u
patv hotel which resulted in the destruction
of the entire biisincs" part of the village of
Xiipoleon ille. Capt. .1. 15. I". AVhitington,
a prominent lawyer, pirished in the flames.
Total loss, $200,000; insurance, S"-0,00'J.
Philadelphia, Pa., N'ov. 8. A fire broko
out at 2 o'clock this morning in the packing
bo manufactory of Itoberts A: Officer, "os.
80, 81 and 82 Swanson street. The flame
spread to the factory of Thomas Tunis, in
the rear of the buildingsaboio named, and
it was consumed, involving a loss estimated
at $15,000 for Otlicer and 12,000 for Tunis.
Three houses and a stable in tho rear, owned
bv Thomas Xew, were also destroyed. The
total lo is estimated at J40.000; insuranco
Chicago, ov. 8. AVoltr Bros., dealers in
hats and caps, confessed judgment. Liabili
ties estimated at $165,000; assets, $115,000.
No. fed Dolltfti avenue
can rest coiulcriibly vlii
The Rogers Coal Company sell coal
cheaper than any other firm in the city.
School children will call at tho Po'toffice
Book Store for IJaub'- urainmar, and if they
havo any of Clark's old grammars, bring
them with you for exchange. This is the
only place where tho old grammars are on
Price our Hoots and Shoes and be con
vinced that wo lane ine cbko in st-uing uinn
cheaper than any one,
A. Allek. U103-tf
U jou want to tiu cheap lnl In Ziiiiuier
Iv's addition, call on 1'red Sciiatlier, at eitj
clerk's ollire- diBtf
bring our tiutiic. tour hilitren and all
the big folk to Ualdnin A. (I'teru'ren'-.and
be photographed will' llglitni'iir peed. M-M
Go to the flm stairs east of the New
York rtore for photograph. 33-tf
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
GLOBE IRON WORKS.
The new film of the Globe Iron Works
will commence m-uiufKeUiring after Janu
ary Ut. Ilea,y Catin- ol'all kind-. Mich
asCap. Sill. Columns, Actor store froiitu,
and will lmveaeapjcitx for casting any
article weighing fiom t to 10.000 pounds,
and at such price as will compare favorably
with any competition from abroad.
ONE-PRICK CLOTHIERS. HATTERS & IORHISHERS
FAT MEN S CONVENTION
21 MAIN ST.
From November 1st.
IT. T. Camien, tho
tailor of 5lam street,
grocery, nss jusi rcccneu n irvsn mtum
huud-ome piece goods. These are upon ex
hibition uHn his counter and are being
made up into handsome and stvlish suits for
his large line of customers, ilr. Camien is
a cutter of many years experience in the
citv of St. Loui", employs good workmen,
and has established a nft-cWs reputation
since coming to this city, as a pleasant and
honorable -gentleman with whom to do
business, lie guarantees all tho clothing
that he turns out to g'ne perfect and entire
The boss apples of this year reached this
office yesterday morning, "from the farm of
AV. F." Stevens, of Union township, whose
farm lies on the banks of tho great Arkansas
on section 1, township 26, range 2 west. Mr.
Stc ens' orchard was set out in 1871, and is
probably tho oldest orchard in the county,
lie placed in our hands yesterday morning
two apples of the Northern Spy variety
which ho had pulled in tho morning which
weighed thirty-six ounce, down weight, or
eighteen ounces each. Thee apples meas
ured 13 inches in circumference, and all the
farmers of tho great fruit county of Sedg
wick are challenged to produce larger Nor
OPERATIONS ON THE SUNFLOWER.
Seven car loads of Pittsburg Steele rails
and two car loads of bridce material came
in from the can night before last. The
bridge timber was unloaded here and the
carpenter force began to frame it ready for
u'e and it will be shipped to the front as
needed. The rails were taken to the front
vesterdav. The track-laxins i progressing
rapidly, "the weather being all that could be
ucsirvu. u" mijiii- .v ".
will reach Argonia about December 1st.
A large cang Will be put on in a few dys to
surface the newly laid track so that it will
be in order for th"e running of regular trains
almost as soon as laid.
Mr. George Pructt, for the many kind
oflices and the sympathy shown him during
hi late affliction, desire's to make public ac
knowledgement of his heartfelt thank. The
little hal wa taken, immediately after the
sad mishap to his wife, and tenderly nursed
and cared for bv Mr. Kos Harris until it
gave up the battle of its briif life and closed
its eves in rest.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
There will be an examination of appli
cants for certificates to teach school ot the
high school building in Wichita, Saturday
November the 22d, 1884.
dlo0-lt-w2t H. I. Hammoxp.
Now is the time to buy your coal,
of the Rogers Coal Company.
Remember that we aie leaders in low
prices. Other imitator? will all follow if
they can, but remember wo warrant all of
our goods and after getting our competitors
lowest figures wo can save you twenty-five
per cent". HotTinaster & Son wholesale and
retail boot and shoe house, Main streeL
A bonk on all chronic aul local ilI'faoM ol
mlfanl female fr e swtntzell AUou-ilim,
Wichita, Kansas. 1I:!""L
Our stock of Kip Veal calf and Calf Boots
is extra large and price- lower than ever. Bed
Front Shoo Store. 103-tf
Creamery and countiv butter at Shobcr's.
Creamery and coiuitrv butter at ShoberV.
Crmery and country
butter at Shobcr's.
"Wo can save money to any ono in need of
Boots and Shoes by calling at the Bed Front
Shoe Store and laving in your lail iock.
Hoffmaster & Son ell rubber good of
all kind, lower than the lowest.
At this Convention we ahall take
FAT MEN the moet complete line of
at the lowoBt cash prices.
pleanuro in showing the
underwear in ALL siiM,
The InrgfU flock in Wichita, cou-igni'l. to be mM nt
For fruit of all
to Jno. Schott.
fresh and cood, go
Take all vour old stoves to the Globe Iron
Mr. North i good authority on number
ing tho citv. ISO-It
Eduard Vail & Co., jewelers, 145 Main
street, next to Woodman's bank, pay prrtic
ular attcntian to the repairing of watches,
clocks, jewelry, etc., guaranteeing entire sat
isfaction and warranting all work done.
Buy the Emerson piano.
Full lines of all grades of American
watches, in gold and silver cases, at E. Vail
& Co.'s-, 1 5 Main streeL 150-lt
Wanted at the Globe Iron Works fifty
tons of old castings 150-6t
The city music store for sheet music,
The largest line of silverware in southern
Kanas, ut E. Nail fc Co.'s Being jobbers
of this line of goods, we are able to make
much lower prices than any other dealer ia
the citv. All goods engraved free of charge.
Great auction sales ot 203 Douglas
uc, every nftcrooon and evening.
S50.000 to loan on mortgago for one and
two vears, by Kanjis Loan .t Investment
Co., "Wichita Nation..! Bank building.
Buckwheat and maple syrup at O.Bug
bee's. Hess' old stand.
F&rns For SU.
8lx well Improved fKrm. situated in
Milton and .Munloek town-hips Butler
county, Kjn-a. A'ldre-- .. HarrUon,
Clarion, Sedjrwick county, Kansas.
Sen Hoffmaster sfc Son's special offer to the
ladies for this week only. dl45-tf
Go to Wm. Kassel for your fine jewelry.
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST BLOCK WEST OF TKEMOKT HOUSE.
80 .t 82 Douglas Ave., Wichita Kas
The Troy Star Laundry having changed j
i.n.u ; nno.- nvidv to do work cheaper '
and better. than any "laundry in Wch.u! , Tl.lU n
.10 . Jiain sirvtu ..-.--
Grssa now reus a daily U?? from Kingman i
to Saratoga, l'ralt Ctr, mt j
Cold Water, Conanclie County!!
fct the oulv ttrrt root to j
A M: tronni there, wt'h plenty of i
,Mut lnl. the be.t on na iMunuoo-
second hand organs other wV
ball eel tuc there three ilsvs aoicter tho any j
The Cannotinsii ,ei niocnuiD
! at Cold Water at 9 p. m , acd !oe tfcU ererj
- . - n. i cri. ...
1 r EJ UUC1B lXii.At
i-tl OKEEK'S X.IVEUT STABLE.
A man named Louis Nadau, a fitter in
Appleby's paning mill, met with a very se
rious accident yc'stcrdav. He was running
a buzz saw and while carelessly looking
about him, his hand slipped unde'r the saw
and was instantly cut across about tho mid
dlo of the palm, almost cutting it clear off.
" lis believed that complete amputation will
T 1 .Va ..b3
... ,i . "" 1 .:,. -. .;t f!l! at after titeakfit ml IiI Vua JU mile Ti-t to
will sell on terms and pnee to i mt. u ",V'',;'" ,a,lchnfre,hor-'e rr elsh-. mile.. I
once at Jrcd fcotnicer s jewelry store. i LeaeKtomo at 4 Ji. i , arrives at-jara-j
JtiT.tfi . A.JAQL
Dr. Phillips will preach at the Kink, as j wWUM
. It ,. ." -,, i. .:. , t?.a11 ! w--! sjVi mtvars trt isnmA and buy
universausi v,iiurcu vii.a . ... , nBunijwis';. ---- - r- - i
Hall this evening at usual Hour, suojeci:) their goia ana Hirer mic "- -u .
- Behold the Man." Her. T. W. Woodrow. I chain, from Wm. Kaiseh A Snrc xtito-r,
pastor. All welcome.
The particulars of this sale will be fully stated in tl
noircnnnorc nn Wednesday mornins:. No house in th
city cau sell goods as cheap as we can, because no house
in the city has had the trade to dispose of their first
purchases and buy again on an
overstocked market but
GiTA rare opportunity to get a flno -wrap for a. little momoy.
28 Main St. LARIMER 8c STINSON.
The Famous !
WE HAVE THEM!
If you want a fine Drees or Prince Albert
custom mado, at half the cost.
Suit, equal to the beat
We have them.
the beat cua-
If yon want a fine, warm. Winter Overcoat, equal to
torn made, at nair me com,
We have them.
If you want Suits or Overcoata for youraelf or children, reliable
and fine goods at
EXTRA LOW PRICES,
Superior to anything elae in ifale town or vicinity,
We have them.
If yon want a good, atrong, reliable
Suit or auit for every-day wear.
BumneeM Buit, Knock-about
We have them.
423 Douglaa Avenue.
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
Bank of Commerce.
Personal, and Chattel S-Kuritiet.
tzi Stcssd, at Xrtemt.
Loans Money on Real Estate,
SstiT Snodts, Est
Duy and tdlt exchange; mmket colUctlons; pfyolialui awW UmdsA
and (raruaetJ banking in all it (ranct.
So. 17 Deo' Avenue, WUhitm, Kaa.
The Rcy. .1. X. McClurg,
will preach in
and or- ', For the T-rmamt care jiriib'mt iswrcory in
of Wcllincton. i The reason we fell better pianos
rian church to- gan for the sains money i we buy lor caa . ondaVcr uniary tirr-.. -sci-ofoU. Pir
! irom the factory and don. t sell on conmtf- j,,,,.! bloicSN on ib fsn r rr-ja. -ancr,
' ji-ji.1, ' tcr. ruaain-:.or". . art . ari-Ir
THREE THOUSAND EAGLES. i UloO-lt. . rrorob-jsl!4dO,cure.ibT lir.Turn.r'lo41aa
The Sle.;cditi?n tfai. ,n5 three in(, u undcrwcftr K0C$ for a ' gjj-j 'Va."
thousand copies, nmetein hundred of whicn t Auction house, 08 DourIm av- oppo.H. rotoac.. wufclu. K.a-au. Prl,
are for subscribe! and to fill orders outside ( S ak 1504v f a;jrdollarifrtctiee- rraud. Jlltf ,
of this city " '
Santa Fe Bakery
1872- ESTABLISHED. -1884
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