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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1884.
M. M MURDOCKkdHOTHER, Proprietor!.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
The Douglas avenue house is receiving an
Fourth avenue, near Third street, is being
filled and improved.
A new sidewalk was yesterday laid on
Main street near Third.
The new warehouse nt the city mills is be
ing encased in sheet iron.
An oak sidcunlk was yesterday laid in
front of Bibliou Bros., restaurant.
The street car track was yesterday being
respiked in places along Main street.
An iron stairway and veranda is being put
upon the Water street side of the Union
Smvth had the porch of his new block on
Douglas avenue p.-iinted blue instead of red
Intelligence is received of the death of
Mr. E. C. Orr. The particulars will b given
The frame of a new house is looming up
on Douglas aveuue cast of, and near to, the
Prof. Arbucklc says he has two hundred
kazoos all readv for the storm to-night-Well,
let 'em blow.
The gas pipes were put into the Green &
Hays block, corner of Water street and the
The frame of the t Wichita elevator
was raided yesterday and all the machinery
was delivered on the ground.
The Sunflower received two splendid new
Grant engines from Patterson, N. J., yester
day. Two others will arrive next week.
The nmountof good currency of the realm
taken in xcstcrday at the county treasurer's
office for" taxes, was six hundred and fifty
The gas company has completed the gas
iping in the Union block, and are now en
gaged upon a iikc contract
Thirtv-onc car loads of lumber, stone and
other building material, stood on the side
tracks in the dunta Fc yard jestcrday all
Somebodv tied Mr. b. U. .Moose's cow
loorenichtWoro last and Mr. Moore sa;
ho would rav a little to find out who
smart Aleck'is who did it.
An art reception will be given this after
noon and evening at the studio of Mrs. W.
F. Stern, S3S south Market streot. All are
cordiallv invited to attend.
The pair of Dapple gray Clydesdales that
were upon the streets yesterday are mon
sters and beauties as well. They carried off
the blue ribbon at our recent fair.
A pocket memorandum lumber sales book
was lost last eiening urvm eat Douglas av
enue. The finder will kindly leavo itntthe
office of the Carey lumber company.
Business at the police court was as dull
yesterday, as at any other business house;
there w.is but one solitary plain drunk re
ported eterday. Election whiskey is be
ginning to get scarce.
A splendid new fl.igstone pavement is be
ing hud in front of the residence of Mr. G.
H. Blnckwvlder, on Emporia avenue, near
the Fourth ward school house. Hacker &
Jackson have the contract.
Mrs. W. 1. Stem will give an art exhibi
tion at her home at 1138 bouth Market street,
this afternoon to which lovers of paintings
and the friends of her scholars are cordially
Our reporter made a mistako day before
vcterdiiv with regird to the capacity of the
West Wichita elevator. It should hae
been t,000 bushels per hour instead of a
1,000 bushels per day.
A social dance was held at the rink last
evening, which was but fairly attended, but
those prcent seemed to enjoy themselves in
tripping the light fantastic "to the excellent
music of the Neffnnd Wait orchestra.
Mr. M. G. Hill, the manager of tho gas
works, let hi mare get away lat evening
with her harne-s on. She is a dark bay
about fifteen hands high. Any information
of her or for her return to the giu works will
be paid for.
Mrs. n.irdiug nnd Miss .lackson will give
an entertainment at tho Presbyterian church
on Tue-dny evening, November 25lh, of
the character of which more will be said
hereafter. Suffice it to say that it will proe
The young ladies of the W. C. T. U., will
v an oyster Flipper Jionuay evening,
sow lrtli, at tlieir room on Loug'as aven
ue between 1.. iwrence avenue ana Jlnrki-l
street. Ovsten, served fro.u G p. in., until 10
p. m. All are invited.
Every house in .tho city had its ddors
and window-', thrown wide open esterday,
a-, if it was a d iv in June. I'eople who
como here from the cat are in raptures of
delight over the weather here; they say this
roust bo an earthly paradise.
Tho Santa Fo are getting their yard in
this city in fine snape, lte-rolled rails hate
been pill in on the iinin track; several thou
sand teet of new side track hao been put
in, and tho entire road-bed is co crrd ilh
about a foot of the ery be-t kind of gravel.
Mrs. O. M. Sherman, who has been ill ev
er since her return from St. Louis, is slowly
regaining her health. Much or met of the
time for Ue weeks she has been confined to
her bed with a complication of diseases the
basis Jof all of which seems to have been
We aro in receipt of a communication on
the political Dituation, commencing "we are
lost, and which in reality is a purrallel
drawn between tho respective leaders of tho
party, which communication fails to ap
pear for the reason tho writer fails to furnish
us his name.
Look out for the children setting fire to
the leaves thnt lay in such quantities all
ovcrtho residence streets of the citv. The
drv heaps are a temptation to the little
fofks and only yesterday a fire was started
between two "business houses that might
have resulted disastrously but for its timely
Mr. John Broaddus, recently of this city,
formerly of Richmond, Kentucky, has ac
cepted he situation of clerk at tho Valley
House. Mr. 11. is a gentleman of pleasant
address and will doubtless fill the position
made vacant by the retirement of the popu
lar Mr. Coleman, quite acceptably to all
. parties concerned.
The register books at the hotels show
travel increasing. For the past two weeks
tho tailing off of travel wa quit" noticeable,
but now that the election is past the voters
can venture away from home a far as they
wish without incurring the risk of losing
their vote. This thought, no doubt, detain
ed manv at home, and now they are striking
out andftho landlord smilcth accordingly.
The ground floor of the new addition to
the Citv hotel was occupied as a dining room
yesterday, hut the addition will not be thor
oughly completed for a few davs. The
lowerroom will, when completely lilted up
bo the finest dining room in the citv. It is
30x50 feet, with high ceiling and pfate glass
front which will make it the brightest din
ing room in the city.
Yesterday morning Mr. W. W. Coleman
and wife joined Mr. CV father and mother,
and they started overland for Commanche
county." In this county, near Coldwater,
thev have claims and expect to make this
their future home. Mr. Coleman has filled
the position of clerk ut the Valley house for
some time patt, is a pleasant and honorable
gentleman, and tho Eagle wishes for the
pleasure nnd highest prosperity of himself
A number of mot er' teams passed through
the city yestcrdayi in fact almost ccry day
thev go along our streets. Some go east
and some west, though the very large ma
jority arc headed toward the "setting sun.
Day before yesterday some of the mon
strous, old time "schooners" sailed down
the avenue, though they arc now so infre
quent as to caue almost as much curiosity
as a circus. One of these huge affairs halt
sleeping accommodations, it is said, for six
birthday surprise party
lr. lra wane, at ni residence
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linir. where a lanrc number
of friends assembled and passed a most
delightful evening in social games, music,
dancing, and many enjoyable pastimes.
Among the guests were noticed Miss Lula
Lee, Miss Lula Xcff, Miss Kate Bouman,
Miss Adda Stenburg, Miss Bessie Bouman,
Miss Lulu smith, Messrs. Claud Kcff. W, S,
Bracken. . Dungan, t Alassie, . rul
ton, M. S. Donohue, D. P. Moran, A. An
derson, C Carer and G. McDowell.
A. Hughes is in town from Ashland.
Henry Mayor, it in town from Xewton.
H. H. Harris is in the city from Sarsto-
E. S. Howes is in the city from Concor
dia. J. A. Haskcn is in the city from Colorado.
A. G. Webster is in the city from Mul
vane. J. W. Coffey, was in over night from
J. D. riatt was in over night from
C. H. Xewton, of Beverly, Ohio, is in
A. It Hirons was up from Wellington
J. M. Ready, ot Wellington, is on a trip
to our city.
E: G. Boone and wife, of Kingman, aro
at the valley.
E. G. Fuller was in the city over night
O. J. Chapman, is in the city from
W. R. Hays, was yesterday in the city
L-.inc B. Hoffman, of Cheney, is sojourn
ing in thif city. .
Wm. Askins, of Lima, Ohio, is at the
J. M. Ross is in in the
visit from Salina.
city on a brief
A. J. Pylum came up
City last evening.
S. L. Raymond was in from Valley
Mrs. McQuade, of Sterling, is visiting
friends in the city.
Mrs. Billings, of Cherry vale, is visiting
friends m the city.
Wm. Morris arrived in town last even
ing from Caldwell.
D. D. Myers arrived from Arkansas City
F. C, Sands came over from Ottawa
J. IL Barrett came down from Atchison
Fred R. Bronkley arrived in town last
evening from Fredonia.
.T. Phillips, of Burlington, Iowa, is reg
istered at tho Occidental.
John G. Armur, from Elk Falls, was
upon our streets yesterday.
J. S. Fuller and wife, of Pueblo, Col.,
are stopping nt the Vailey.
J. S. Norm and F. Smith, camo over
from Grenada last evening,
T. J. Leonard, of Owcnsburg, Ind., is
prospecting in this count-.
Mrs. J. W. Bear has returned from a
pleasant visit to friends at Wellington.
J. D. Wlieclihan. ot Newton, is in tho
citv on business lor the Santa Fc road.
S. E. Campbell, of Saratogo, was shak
ing hands with friends here last evening.
F. L. Tillinghast, Esq., banker of Clear
water, made this office a pleasant call last
Dr. G. M. Bibbee. of Ironton, Ohio, is
on a trip to tho city, and is stopping at tho
W. S. Kent and H. IL Maris, of Ft.
Scott, were on a business trip to the city
C. N. Lee, traveling passenger agent for
the Chicago & Alton railroad was in the city
T. J. Ford of Vincent, Ind., is paying
a isit to this city nnd is registered at the
W. IL Harris, of North Manchester,
Ind., is on a prospecting trip through Sedg
J. C. Auld, of Ohio, is on a western
trip nnd is at present in the Forest city of
the Arkansas valley.
Mrs. Wm. Green, wife of tho probate
judge of Kingman county, accompaniedby
ncr mend, Jiiss .Mamie uaiawin, arc paying
the city a visit.
H. F. Hamlin, of tho Arkansas Uer
Lumber company, Goddard, came to tho city
on a business trip j cstcrday morning. Wo
are sorry he is unw'ell.
C. C Gardiner, banker of Eldorado,
came up from Anthony last evening, which
town ho explains is in the enjoyment of a
genuine boom. The town has two threo
story brick hotels.
A. M. Payne and.Wm. H. Bradshaw, of
Marshall, Ill.,"are prospecting in this county
and think that for beautiful and pleasant
fall weather that Kansas beats the world and
a largo portion of Illinois.
Thomas Donahue, of Belle Plainc, and
one of the leading grain men of southern
Kansas was in the city yesterday. Hesays
Belle Plain is growing right along in a
solid fashion but that the grain trade is
Mr. John Murphy, who was expected to
arrive in tho city from his home in Iowa;
was on time and was yesterpay being greet
ed by his many friends. He wilUpend Sun
din1 at the homo of his former partner, G.
W.Biley, of Caldwell.
.1. O. Hazelton, for whom tho town of
nazelton, Barber county, is named and who
is a leading man ot that section of the state,
is in company with P. O. Edwards and J. A.
McPhee, paying a visit to the Queen city
of t lie Arkansas -alley.
W. P. Popenoc, Sr., of Topeka, arrived
in the citv night before last in company
with his son Will. Mr. P. who is a man of
means and influence and who is widely
known in the state, contemplates making
Wichita his future home and is here to ar
range for a location. When this is satis
factorily adjusted it is understood that the
family will remove to our city and thus the
capital city looses one of her solid citizens.
What is her loss is our gain and though wo
do not exult over her discomfiture, wo mod
estly congratulate ourselves upon the change.
The genial visage of G. AV. Riley, of
Caldwell, was yesterday beaming upon his
friends in tho city. Ho camo especially to
meet his old partner in business, Mr. Mur
phy. It has been a long time, though many
of-tiur citizens remember, when the grocery
houso of Murphy & Riley existed in this
city. Mr. Riley was happy over tho good
feeling that prompted the "flambeau club to
tender their lamps for tho Democratic blow
out, and enthusiastic over Caldwell. This
headway is but especially so at present, as
he sayt another railroad to that place is well
THE KETTLE DRUM.
For some uncxplicable reason the "Ket
tle Drum" did not drum last night. The
reason has not been transpired to our knowl
edge. It is said that the managers agreed
to disagree among themselves and that the
entertainment was declared off.
NOTICE TO OLD SETTLERS.
The funeral of W. B. Williams will take
place from his late residence on south Mar
ket street, on Sunday, Nov. 16, at 2 o'clock,
p. in. All old settlers aro requested to meet
at Russell hall on Sunday at 1:"0 p. in., for
the purpose of marching'to the funeral in a
body. R. E. Lawkxnck, Secretary.
Yesterday was one of the dullest days in
the citie's history. There was but iittledo
ing in the markets and prices have 2iot
changed since the day before. Owing to a re
duction of 15 to 20 cents per hundred in the
price of live bog in our Kanas City tele
graph reports yesterday morning, prices in
this market were correspondingly lowered,
but in consequence of afternoon "advices re
porting tho Kansas City hog market firm
with an upward tendency, our dealers re
sumed the quotations of the previous day
as will be seen by reference to this morn
Mr. Howard is erecting a cottago resi
dence on the Fitzgerald addition in soi;th
Mr. Uendrcn is building a handsome two
story residence on the Orme Jc Phillips addi
tion south of the W. & W., ail road.
Mr. Shaw has enclosed a large two story
residence on Orme & Phillips addition to
Two'or three other houses are beinc
built upon the above plot of ground besides
stakes sot for the latest
candidate in this
On the Zimmerlv addition, on south Law
rence and Topeka avenues, there are five
buildings completed and in course of con-'
struction. while on Perrr's addition adjoin
ing four house are being erected and sever
al other contemplated in the near future.
A LAST TRIBUTE.
One of our oldest settlers is gone to return
no more. Deputy U. S. Marshal, "W. B.
Williams, as was briefly announced in tbece
colums yesterday morning, has met the fate
of all the hosts who have looked out upon
this world as children of earth. Life is even
short for those who live longest, but being
filled with so many griefs and disappoint
ments to have made life long would have
been to make it unindurvble. The kind-
hearted father and husband had well nigh
reached the autumn of his life when every
little breath of misfortune must have shaken
loose the leaves of joyj and left naked
branches onlv for the blasts of winter. He
had lived to see his children grow up to
manhood and womanhood and to honor
him. Few men in this county were more
widely known. His face and form
had become so familiar that it is
hard to realize that he is really gone
and that we shall meet and talk with him
no more. W. B. Williams was apparently
of rough exterior at times but the kindest
heart always throbbed beneath his manly
breast. His sympathy for the poor and un
fortunate were his marked characteristic.
He would go to any length to relievo any
ono in distress. Tho sudden and terrible
death of his brother George a few weeks ago,
whom ho had deputized to servo some pa
pers, preyed upon his mind. As an evi
dence of the estimation in which he was held
wo have not even to appeal to his old mends
but it can be found in the calls for meetings
elsewhere of the societies and orders of which
he was so long an honored member. The
editor of this paper has known him inti
mately for twelve or thirteen years and
we hac only known him in the character
which we describe.
W. B. Williams was born in Tennessee
fifty-seven years ago, but spent most of his
life in Illinois and Wisconsin. He was mar
ried in tho latter state, at Dodgcvillo in
1843, to Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan,
who is the mother of all his five children,
who are now grown and who with those
children arc lctt to mourn one whose love
till now was never so valued. With them
he came to Sedgwick county in 1871. In
the vears ho has resided here while he has
riven his attention to farming and stock
raising, lie lias Held several positions oi
honor and trust. In 1880 he took the U.
S. census and something like a-year ago he
was appointed Deputy U. b. .Marshal; which
place he filled with great credit to himself
until no was taken uown a iuw tom "
while in active duty.
His remains will be buried to-morrow at
2:30 o'clock from his late residence on Mar
ket street, and by the Masonic lodge and
Old Settlers association. To our old
friend, a long farewell, forourstlfand many
Farewell! The early dews that fall
Upon thy grass-grown bed
Are like the thougbjs thut now recall
Our image of the dead.
Many blessings hallow thy dark cell
We will not stay to weep Farewell.
THE TOWN OF HAZLETON.
Rev. J. O. Hazleton, founder of tho new
town of llazleton. and Mr. A. J. McPhee
also of that flourishing young city, arrived
here vesterday morning on business con
nected with tlieir town. In an interview
with an Eagle reporter, Mr.HazIeton, stated
that he had formerly lived in Bufl'alo, N. Y.,
that his health had been so poor for a num
ber of vears that he had dispaired of ever
being tit to attend to any business. In this
condition he came to Kansas ten months
ago. lie regained his health so rapidly in
our salubrious climate that he determined to
make his homo here. He pre-empted a sec
tion of land in Barber county, about
half way bctweenllarpcr and Medicine
lodge and there founded the embryo city
that bears his name. The town was organ
ized about tho beginning of Juno last and
now numbers about 200 inhabitants.
The voung city contains many very fine
buildings, clnet among which is an elegant
stone block built by Fisher Bros., of Brad
ford, l'a., at a cost of S12.000. These gen
tlemen have otablished a bank here with a
cash capital of 50,000. A fine frame school
building costing S8.0U0 has ju-t been finished
and is opened as a high graded school, or
college known as tho Hazleton Collegiate
Institute" presided over by one of the most
accomplished educators in the country,
l'rof. II. C. Boslev.lateol Bradford, l'a. The
proceeds from tfio sale of 40 acres of the
town site will be applied to endow the col
lege. Mr. llazleton says that the progress
of their city has been greatly retarded in
consequence of some parties having jumped
tho claim on which it is situated; thus ren
dering the title to all lots disputable. The
matter has just been amicably adjusted, a"nd
it was in that connection that the two gen
tlemen were here yesterday. Now that this
impediment to its progress has been remov
ed and tho engineer corps of the Southern
Kansas road are la ing off the grounds for
their depot there, thev eipect a big boom.
passenger trains oi mat roau
now run to Atica, fifteen miles distant Irom
tho new town. Mr. llazleton says tho town
occupies a beautiful site on a gentle emi
nence threo miles from 3Iedicine river.
Tbo following persons wero married in
this city day before yesterday by Rev. IL P.
Tandy." rustor of tho" Christian church:
Mr. . B. Jacoby to Mary M. Clark, at
the Citv hotel.
Albert J. Waddle to Miss Emma E. "Wil
AH Master .Masons in tins vicinity are rc
ouested to meet at the lodge room in this
city on to-morrow at 1 o'clock sharp, for
tho purpose of making the necessary ar
rangements for tho burnal of Brother W. B.
Williams which will bo from his late resi
dence at 2 o'clock.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
flio following are tho real estate transfers
recorded in the olfice of the register of deeds
David Walker to P. V. Healy, lot 107
Chisbolm street $
Garden Plain Town Company to G.
IL Blackwalder, lot 4, blk. 2, town
of Garden Plain
Chas. Freeman to David L. Field, nc.
qr. 32-28-1 e,
Eliza A. Crane Ji-Thcs. B. Spuriet,
lots 114 '..id 11C Market street. Grif
A. C. Payne to Mary M. Yike, lot 3,
Market street, Payne's add
Henry Stephenson to Martha A. El
lis, part of nw. qr. 3-25-1 w.
J. H. Stephens to Hattio E. Price,
lots 13 and 15, Central ave., Shep
Onoof the windows of tho store oflnnes
& Ross, is dressed exclusively in handker
chiefs and it presents a most beautiful ap
pearance. JLneyare therein siik anu linen
and of all colors and patterns and the ar
rangeinent being ery artistic, the display is
unique and eleganL
Nczt Saturday Night, The Cleveland
Hendrict Boys Will Turn Them
At the regular meeting of this club, it
was resolved to celebrate the election of our
candidates next Saturday evening; inviting
all citizens who wish to honor our president
elect whom we regard as the president of
our country regardless of party lines to as-
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interest and enjoymer.L
The following"was reported by the com
mittee of arrangements as the programme
for the evening", and the sub-coniniittecs as
below were appointed to carry out same.
Those wishing to participate in the parade
will meet at the intersection of Main street
and Douglas ave at 0:30 p. m. sharp.
The committee beg leavo to report as fol
lows: 1st That we, upon Saturday evening,
Nov. 15th, 1SS4, have a parade with trans
parencies, brooms, roosters, flags, kazoo,
horns bells, drums, fcc
2nd Seven bonfires.
5th Thirtv-oight guns fired at sun-down J
Committee on Parade C F. Derby, chief
marshal: C II. Smvth, Lee Ong.
Committee on "Bonfires B. K. Brown,
Frank Dale, Michael Zimmerlv, P. A".
Committee on Firework Frank Fisher,
Oscar Smith, Dr. CCFurlcy, Harry Stew
art. J. C Derby, Gene Schattner.
Committee on Salutes John Fisher, Geo.
Committee on Illuminations Frank
Smith, Wm. Chambers, Thos. Lvncb, A. A.
Glenn, Judge Harris, W. McP. Fuller.
Committee on Glee Club Professor Ar
buckle. Committee on Transparencies Wm. At
kinson, Joseph Henly, Dr. Jones D. M,
fVTnTnitti nn tA nmt Jnft-TTamnhiW-
0.v Orar. R. V. Aldrich. 1 P. DouHa
Committee on 3Iusic Dr. JicAdams
chairman; a F. Derby, D. M. Dale, G. W.
Arbuckle, committee of arrangements.
The above ordered to be published in dai-
W Beacon and dailr Eaglx of the 13th; 14th
and 15th, in order" to notify our friends of
all the surrounding towns and country that
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the are cordially invited to attend and have
a eood time with us.
By order of the president.
THE CHICAGO UXBAIM HOUSE.
Offer bargains in dress goods. We have
marked down all plaid dress flannels to 79
cents. The same is worth $1.00 to $L25 per
Yard. All wool fijttin lirhpr nr tatine. at
79 cent-, worth $1.25. We have a full line
of collars. Fancy plaids reduced from 51-00
to 99 cents. Our novelties are reduced from
$2.50 to 99 cents. Forty-four inch cashmere
only 49 cents, worth 75 cents- Splendid
value in Black cashmere and silks. Come
early and secure your bargains. Some num
ber of garments will be reduced in price
also. llcix Bros.
For planing mill work go to the Wichita
planing milL d!52-tf.
Wanted at the Globe
tons of old castings.
Life Size Crayon Portraits at Rogers. Call
and see samples.
CHEAP RATES TO ST. LOUIS.
For Cattle Men's Contention.
Commencing November 13, 1 will sell via
St. L., FL S. & W. K. R. tickets to St. Louis
and return at $13.65 each. Good going up
to and including Nov. 17; returning, up to
and including Nov. 25. This is probably
the last opportunity to secure low rates
to points east this season, consequently par
ties desiring to visit St. Louis had "better
embrace this opportunity. Tickets on sale
at depot, Second end Wichita streets.
Ad. N. Joxes,
Rogers makes a specialty of large work, at
his studio. dl54-tf
Telephone your orders to Baugbman &
Freeman for hack or livery. 70-tf
Our Fall Stock of Boots and Shoes was
never so largo and prices never so low as at
the Jlcd front Shoe More. diU3-tt.
What is the Christmas present for my wife
my husband, my girl, my fellow, one of
those fine large "Photo framed, that Rogers is
$50,000 to loan on mortgage for one and
two years by Kansas Loan & Investment
Co., Wichita National Bank building.
Go to the Rogers Coal Company for cheap
John Schott has just received a choice lot
See those elegant lots in Gossard's addi
tion on North LaWTence avenue before pur
chasing. For sale by
dl21-U Caldwell & Strong.
Blood will tell so will low prices on cood
goods which is tho cause of our busy and in
creasing iruue in joou uiu oiiuca ui. hjw
Red Front Shoe Store. A. AlXMf. d!03-tf
Rogers Tho Photographer,
tpher, lias lust re-
the finest line of Picture Frames and
Mats ever brought to the city for the Holli
For Sale One track of land suitable for
a largo residence, 200 feet front by 140 feet
back, corner oi rounn avenue ana iiowis
stract. Inquire at Wichita gardens.
dl23-tf W. H. Scott, Prop.
We call the public's attention to tho fact
that the Casperson electric lamp is still 10
the front, gives the very best satisfaction and
can be had at reduced ngurcs lroin last sea
Hcse & Charltox.
School children will call at the Postoflicc
Hook Store for ltaub's grammar, and if they
have any of Clark's old grammars, bring
them with you for exchange. This is the
onlv place where tho old grammars are on
You will never know tho lighting flowers
of the Casperson electric lamp until you
give it a fair trial.
HCSE fc ClIAIlLTOX.
Whitescarvcr & Co's. is headquarters for
fruit and oysters; cl53-tl.
$00,000 to loan on mortgage lor ono and
two ears, by Kansas Loan & lncstment
Co., "Wichita National Bank building. dl43tf
Baldwin Ostergren are now ready to
photograph all who call at tlieir newly lur
nisheil rootim, No. 98 Dou:'l.i ave 3'2-tl
1'utz' Pomade is the finest cleaner of silver
ware or any bright metals yet discovered.
Be sure in" purchasing that C. A. E. F.
Crown Sehutz' Make is stamped on tho
cover. The genuine can be had at Huso &
Pittsburg lumD coal for sale by the Rogers
Coal Company, at $5 per ton, delivered.
No. 88 Dougia avenue U wtiere you
can reit comfortably while waiting for
your pictures. 32-tf
The Rogers Coal Company sell coal
cheaper than any other firm in tho city.
Price our Boots and Shoes and be con
vinced that we take the cake in sellinc them
cheaper than any one. A. Allex. dl03-tf
PuU' Pomade is a German preparation.
Beware of spurious articles. The genuine
is for sale at Husc & Charlton's. 154d3t
If you want to buy rlioap lot- In Ziimncr
ly's addition, call on Fred Schatuer, at city
clerk' office- tl'.ritr
ltrin )our li.ilni-n. jour rluiilren and all
the hie folks to ILiMuin & O-terirren'rfand
be photographed with lightning speed. 32-tf
Oo to the flrt stairs eat of the New
York etorc Tor photographs. 32-tf
Now is the time to buy your coal. Buy it
of the Kogers Coal Company.
Remember that wo are leaders in low
prices. Other imitators will all follow if
they can, but remember we warrant all of
our goods and after getting our comjietitors
lowest Azures wo can sac iou twentv-five
per cent. Hoffmaster & Son wholesale and
retail boot and shoe house, Main street.
A book on all chronic and Icx-til llseaeol
mule aod females free Swentzell A I).)ii!m
Our stock of Kip Teal calf and Calf Boots
is extra large and prices lower than ever. Red
t ront Shoe More. iim-u
"We can saie monev to anv one in need of
Boots and Shoes by calling at tne Red Front
Shoe store and ming in your tan stocjc
Hoffmaster fe Son sells rubber goods
all kinds lower than the lowest.
$50,000 to loan on mortcace for one and
two vears. by Kansas Loan & Investment
Co., Wichit National Bank building.
rami For SsJf .
Six well Improved farm.. Ittntrd in
Milton and Murdock townblp. Butler
county, Kinas. Addres A. Harrison,
Clarion. Sedcwlck county. Kansas.
See Hoffmaster & Son's special offer to the
ladies for this week only. dHMf
Bulk Ovstsrs at Whltssoorrers & Co.
Still Grtater Reduction in Coal.
The Rogers Coal Co. have reduced the
prices of their celebrated Pittsburg coal
fifty cents more per ton, making prices from
this date as follows; Pittsburg lump, $5.00
delivered: Pittsburc nut, $4.50 delivered.
They are also now prepared to fill orders for
me oesl lennsvivania aninraciw cuai h
$11.50 delivered." Charcoal at 20 cents per
bushel delivered. They positively guar
antee tbtir weight in every case. Give them
ftcmlk " " dOS-tf
CHEAP MIES TO ST LOUIS.
For tho cattlemen's convention, com
mencingNovcmber 13tb, and continuing up
to and including November 17th. I will
sell either via the Santa Fe route or the
Frisco line, tickets to St. Lotis and return at
$13.65 each eood returning until November
25th. This u probably the last opportuni
ty to secure low rates to points east the pre
sent season, consequently parties dtwiring to
visit st. Louis bad better embrace inu
portucitv. Secure tickets at the Union
pot or city office.
dl52-t" H. B. Kseijce. Agt
0LO SETTLUS HEEIItlG.
I Old Settle's Attention! The annual inert-
ine of the Uld Settlers A'oea;on oi ceug-
wick conntv, Kansas, for the election of
i officers for the ensuing year will be held in
court room, in the city of Wichita, on
Saturdar. 5ov. 15th. at 2 o'clock, p. m.
B.E. Lvmnarct, A. E. Dodge, ,
Secretary. President, i
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Take all vour old stoves to the Globe lroa
TOO LARGE !
OurStock is Entirely too Large
Wfi have orders
mence and reduce stock.
commence at once. Will
be our motto.
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
FINE UNDERWEAR AND
It is well known hhat several causes Working together, have
made a great depression in the wholesale dry goods market. With
the ready cash to buy goods from this depressed and overstocked
market, we have been able to make large purchases at unparalel
led reductions. No other house in the city can sell goods as
cheap as we can, because no other house is in a position to buy
largely at this time. Large blocks of these goods will be marked
and placed on sale Saturday morning. We refer with satisfaction
and a natural business pride, to our extraordinary sale of Fine
Wraps, and worked with an untiring energy to make this sale of
Fine Blankets and Flannels, Fine Underwear and Hosiery, equally
successful. We have doubled our working force to expedite busi
nPQR and more satisfactorily wait upon our customers. Below we
quote only a few indicators, as all prudent
Indicator No. 1. Three lota Fine
Indicator No. 2 -One lot Fine All
j Indicator No. 3.-One lot Fine White aaenno jaaiee vwiss ana rsai. . .-. -
' Indicator No. 4.- One lot Fine Scadlet Ladies Vesta and Panta at $1.36. Have nold for I2.00.
I Indicator No. 6.-Thre lota Wool
from New York to com
We will not wait but
make prices to all will
Blankets, 4.3W,.wo ana o.o.
a . a -. . M Mm aa
Wool Baeket or Matelaaae Flannel
and Merino Plain and Bibbed Ladie. Hoae at 2Cc; worth 50 peri
INNES & ROSS.
EOCK & WELLS.
MOH MEAT MARKET!
Xy Kver thing
kept in a
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
GLOBE IRON WORKS.
The new Inn of the Globe Iron Works
will commence manufacturing after Janu
ary 1st, Heavy Casting ol all klnd,,such
as Caps, Sills, Columns, Ac, for store fronts,
and will have a capacity for casting any
arllcle weighing from 1 to 10.000 pounds,
and at such prices as will compare fat orably
with any competition from abroad.
buyers will visit our
Y. ..tj .a A aw jAt va
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at 20c per ya. Have sold for 50c
OF BOOTS AND SHOES !
Democratic and Republican,
WALK IN OR WALK OUT.
BOOTS AND 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 HOESE SHOE STORE
Freeh arrival of a large assortment of
WINTER WRAPS, NEWMARKETS, PLUSH AND CLOTH
v RUSSIAN CIRCULARS OF ALL KINDS.
The latest styles are the Plain and Braided Mantle.
An immense variety of
LADIES' HAND BAGS,
In Russian Leather. Alligator, Brocaded Japanese Leather, Plnah
and Plain Leather. The largest variety ever seen in the
state. It pays to trade at
Are very desirable for office wear and also to wear
under the coat in cold weather. To be had at
The lnrgcst Mock in Wichita, ronigncil, to bo sold at
G5TA rare opportunity to get
28 Main St.
STOVER AND LIPPITTS.
We propose to glo the people of Wlchll and surrounding country icrand bsBtft.
In sodolnj; wc hawplacrd lnourtnr a bargain rounler, which "III hr fltll with
goods with price attached, that will ell them. I'artlr wsntlnj U buy at a sweeping
reduction will con-ill thflr own interest by calling on us before itn'ulnf pnrcbasts.
Itoincitibcr thnt Headquarter for Hoot anI Sli' I nt
.!. II. Slcv old stand. 8TOVER A LIPPITT!.
Bank of Commerce.
(IIATIIKI.I) A HAItTr.KY.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Sewuritlea.
Eecoivee Deposits, Time and Dwnnd, t InUmt
Uuy and mcIU exclianyc; makes cttUcctfoni ; ntgollalc municipal londt,
and trantact banking in all Hi branches.
No. 17 Doupla Avenue, Wlcbitm, Kauu.
The numerous recent failures in New York, Boston and
other large cities has created a great scarcity in money.
Hence needy importers, manufacturers and wholesale men
are willining to make almost any sacrifice to obtain
Aware of this fact we riave taken advantage of it, nd
have purchased for spot cash an elegant line of handsome
Suits and Overcoats, at prices less than the actual cost of man
ufacture, and advise our friends and patrons to call early and
examine this particular line, as we are positive that we can
never again duplicate the same at such astonishingly Jow
A celebrated divine one id
m.n. hut aftw he ia made ho look
mark aeemii to bo plain enongh, bat it really invokaa a problaaa. for
what constitute beinif well dried i a matter that camaot b da
fined, tha reason being that opinions differ, bat one tkUnr ia eertaia,
a man cannot be considered well dreeaed wboae clothes tt kiss bad
ly. It baa therefor been a rule witn oar nrm never w auww a ew
tomfer. whatever his taste may
establishment unless the garments
n all other resroecta we do not lntrfere. aa oar tnarata t
the monsy in case any article shall prove to be cthsrwiaa tkaa
actly aa represented is always adhered to.
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO,
422 Douglas Avenue.
N. X T. P. O.
HATTERS & FORHISHSBS
a fine wrap for a littl BOmty.
LARIMER & STINSON.
- "Th tailor may sot asaka tke
hotter -well dreaaed." Tela re
be in other respects, to leava
he baa bought
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