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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS, WEDNESDAY HORNING. DECEMBER 17, 1884.
M M MURDOCK.it BROTHER, Propnttoit.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
Sunny southern Kansas is vvnat they call
ed it vestcrdav.
There was'nt thegliott of a case in the po
lice court vestcrdav.
Home handsome dresses were received e
terday for the "l'carl of ftnoy."
Tlie leisurely man did not circulate to any
great eitent on the street ye-tcrday.
A. C. Jlroknvv left for the cast last night,
lteturninff ho will come via Xcw Orleans
Conventions were held in several places
yesterday for the purposa of puttir.
whisky they put it down.
The manager of the Famous clothing
store laughs at the talk of hard times this
house is doing an immense trade. They sell
The big day of the season at the county
treasurer's office was Monday last, when
taxes were collected to the amount of $1.
804.19. Mrs. Lovall and son, of Tort Wavnc.lnd.,
were expected to arrive in the city la't night.
They come to visit C. F. Coleman, who is a
son-in-law of Mrs. I-
The first ward Kcpublicati club, and l.ot
the third, as announced in jetterday's paper
will meet this (Wednesday) evening at the
office of the "Wichita Land and J.oan com
Mr F DeLong leaves for Van Wert, Ohio.
to be absent mot of the winter. Of coune
he tiad the Kolk follow him as is now the
fashion of nearly everybody v. ho goe off
for more than a week.
John J. Shield? was in from Clearwater.
-r. .., ,. .v.. ..... r. i , So quietly were the coils of this
--. r v.un.s . ... u w v , hc . of
J. L. Horton came down from Emporia
Tlios. Ferry came down from Newton
S. S. Fowell was yei-terday in the city
,1.31. Seller--, of Cheney, was in the tity
over last night.
X, J. Fervott, of Fierce City, Mo., is on
a trip to the city.
31i-s .laque-s, of Winfield, is visitinj
friends in the city.
K. S. Helmick is in the city on a trip
from Urbana, Ohio.
Samuel Banc, of Arkansas City, is in
town for a few dayr.
Frank Iljmitage, of Flmira, '. V., is
regi-tcrcd at the Occidental.
I. II. Jatnef, of Kokomo, Ind., is pros
pecting in tlin happy , alley.
W. Iu "Waters, of Dodge Cilr, is regis
tered at the Douglas Avenue.
J.T.Moflatt and wife, of Kllinuood,
Ks., are stopping at the Trcmont.
George IL French, of Davenport, Iowa,
is pa ing our city a business 'x isit.
Mrs. L.Love, of Fort Scott, was regis
tered at the Douglas Avenue this morning.
K. F. Shinn, .1. C. McClelland and S. 15.
LhiDgstone, were in the city jestonl.iy
Jos. 3roon, of Mcridan, Conn., if pay
ing n i-iit to Kansas and is now at the Occi
dental, this city,
II. T. Koherts, a lumber man of Chica
go, is enquiring for walnut timber and is
registered at the Valley hou-e.
DEATH OF GEORGK B. WEST. All ex-prisoners of war of Sedgwick coun-
., ,.. . .' . , , ... , ty are requested to meet at Russell Halloa
Mr. George B. A ct is dead and buried. , J
life losed ' ' If'
UEO. Y. DTEOJIOU,
3Ioro play more "l'carl" more
iirrtB. Kxtra naner coinc ui for the
. " w -
ofSavov." The management insists upon
our being thoroughly well informed of their
The ladies of the Chri-tian church arc
urgently requested to meet at the residence
of 3Irs. Waite, o. 203, touth Topel.a axe.,
Wednesday at 2 p. in.
Mk. II. G. Tolfk, l'rest.
The following-named ladie will reprcvnt
thi Belief Corps this evening at the charity
ball ni a committee of reception : Mrs.
Baldwin Mrs. Henderson, Mr-. Dr. -Matthew
s ami 3Irs. AVoodcock.
infinitude. But even in earth's shackle the
spirit of him of whom wo write oft reached
out with pathos that was touching. He was
a man of more than crdinarj' grasp and
power, of which few seemed to know or en
quire. He was forty years of age, ana a
brother of 3Irs. "Vinfow II. Abbctt. Hc
was borne and raised at Carlisle, Kentuckj-,
and married there soon after tho close of the
war. He leaves a wife, and a fond wife,
ho will mourn him as no one else will, and
she desires us to thank the many kind
friends for their sympathy and friendship
during the long weary days of his sickness
and the dark hours which followed.
George Brush "West was, as we intimated
above, the possessor of no common spirit.
Some two or three cars ago, one night, at
beautiful lunar rainbow spanned the bea
ten'. "West wrote a short poem on the
wierd scene which we published at the time,
and which we here reproduce. It was cap
tioned "That Midnight Fromi-e: "
Tlie nlOTin-rloud ianngrlly nee.lns
'llieIiiiloivy jilalns or tlie sky.
Am! deep ilarkneas Is ftealtlilly creeling
O'er the ocean of waters m hijil.
Xu moon liatl.es the su.et summer l!uwer
With (lMHLor lier silver light,
No star klnilly gleams through the lxw n
'I hat (leek the ooft b'jwim ol nljrl.t.
lint now, .is the cltiwl tU: ly marches
Away o'lr the w hie iieMa -A im'-,
llieinoou'n teniler light tirnngel aretes,
A rainbow uimn Us dirk lce
Like a .'ream l a ul fall "fsorrow.
It lirl?lU-.is the niKtit's balile .liruiitl.
Ami iiioiuIms t)lesl'iKJ tu-niorrow
.' ......l 1..... 1.. l.nlmi.l
I.IIS UeaUHIUi I'Urt 111 niriiimn
it KilJs tli lon'l hoiKHiI the future,
With colors resembling lwowu;
Ami imliits to the endless herearter,
here flowers liim.orial aie known.
Tim' the blackness or nlKll liefurc lis.
And the urn or our ltfe has one dew u;
This ecen-lold arch bending o'er .,
t-hed the halo or plorj arounil
nr t.n.vml.rHme it U the lon-1 token.
And He who bits mi Ihe white limine.
Will ne'er let Hli iir mise be broken,
?or Wie in in oaiknos Moue
J. 0. "WlLKIXSOK,
J. G. OuvrR.
WHAT WE IIKAU EVE11YWHEUE,
M'KAKL OK SAVOY "
THEY GIVE THEMSELVES AWAY !
MERCHANTS AB ALWAYS
XLOAOMD WMO DONT
OYisTKUSta evervitjle at 2X Mala street,
kei.tbyL. L Kloos. dlsO-lt
I.OJIE, SEE ANIi:vjOY! ! tO-MORUOW
XIGI1T.ATTHE Ol'hltA HOUsE. "PEABL
$00,000 to loan on mortgage for one and
two years, by Kanas Loan & Iavestmsnt
Co., 'Wichita Nations! Bank building.
See those elegant lots in Gossard's addi
tion on North LawTence avenue before pur
chasing. For sale bv
d!21-tt Caldwell & Stboko.
G.o to the first 'tairi ea-t of the New
York frtore for photographs. 32-tf
"If you would like pure, unadulterated
swoet cider, go to the wholesale produce
store, sold in quantities to suit the customer.
110 3Iarket street. dl69-tf
"Wh-are tho people rushing to Baldwin
& Ostergren's iiliotograph gallerj. Because
their photographs are the best and are just
what every bod' wants for the holidays.
SKtrUE EA'I-i EAKLY IVII THE
"J'EAUL OK SAVOY," DEC IS AND JJ
We will offer
It 7 -
WE ARE NOT OVERLOADED
BHOAUSB WE SELL CHEAP.
Telephone jour orders to
Freeman for hack or livery.
If you want to buy cheap lot- inZimraer
h's addition, call on Fred Scbatuer. at city
c'lerkV oflice- dMtf
100 MOTHER HUBBARDS
$50,000 to loan on mortgage for one and
two ears bj !Cansa3 Ixan & Investment
Co.,"S'ichita National Bank building.
Fred Zartninn, who dclicis cipre-s mit
ter for the "Well; Fargo opress company, in
jumping otl'tho wagon at the ollice jester
day morning, slipped tuid fell hurting him
fclf coiiMdcrably. His injuries nro not
Tha greatest of all masters in art, cunning
rapid, frigid, man elous old Jack Fro.t w a"
touching the windows yclerday with hi
magic brush, to the delight, study ami won
der of thoo who admire the beautiful in
Billv McBridc. who is a irood cntrilo-
niroft, had a man almost wild Saturday night
rushing around tho buildings in the en't
part of town looking for the ni'in who railed
out "Murder! Folice," .tc. "When the ni.m
found out what it was he s t up the fluid.
The principal center of attraction now
seems to bo tho new billiard parlor of Fres
ton & Copoland in the Black block, Doug
las aenue. It is fitted up iu the mof-t ap
proved modern fuOiion and their -how i'e
contains some of the fine-t cigar iu the city.
The rafllo for the m ignifiecnt meerchaum
pipe, at HoOnan't wholesale tobacco house
onthoAionue. will take place neit Satur
day jvetiing. Tho tickets are now going
rapidly and tho'e who ii'!i a clnnco in a
S.')0 article for fifty cents will have to catch
on quickly or love the opiTtunity.
John Kennedj maden miinlwrof eplcmlid
improvements in his hotel yesterday, which
add greatly to it appearance. The ollice
bnn linen onhinrpd ..lid a neut counter Imilt
in it. His iiuiik rous guest ca:i now enjoy
all the comforts to be found at the be-t 'ec
onil cla'i hotel at the rate of SI per day.
The programme, as arranged for the char
ity ball and musical uitcrtninmuit, prom
ises a rich feast. We predict only M.mding
room until the ball open-. There can In
no more worthy object than that for which
this ball i given, and wo beliee, and hope
it will be, the grandest success of the
Mr. S. Hecht, jeweler, 222 Douglas aven
ue, who always keeps a very complete stock
has added greatly to it during the present
month and has now in store one of the fin
est and largest stocks of everything kept in
a firat-clas jewelry ctore, to be found in the
west. His stock of clocks and watches is
cspe sally largo and of superior quality and
make, embracing many unique mid beauti
In jewelry, such a? rings, pins brooches,
lockets chains etc., there is an unusually
largo and finn assortment, in which are a
great variety of clirMinas goods that arc
tempting to look at. It is n pleasing and in
teresting task to inspect thi- magnificent
stock of jewelry.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.
A gentleman of this city told an F.u.l.K
reporter a -tory jctcrday which, if true,
ought to reecho attention. As th story
goes a "ian Hi ing in the south part of town,
who came here from Illinois about two
months ago, is starving his hor-es to death.
He is poor, but refuses to sell tho horses
tmle-s he gets what he think-they are worth
for them, although it is said that ifho doc
not tell them soon ho will loe them alto
gether. Ho had four horse when ho first
came, but one of them died a short time ago,
now ho ha- three, and ir money to buy feed
for them. It looks like a singular ca-' and
something should be done- iibout it. It i
not riirht to Mane a dumb beast ci en though
it U jour own. They aro tiling u
THE PEARL OK SAVOY.
Oh, kneel now, (n pure Invocation,
lolIiinwhoMib.iiielh Ihe iroud
Whotaid in the world's desolation:
"Idot-etinj bow In therloud !"
vi:vi;u Misn the weather, eveky-
1H1NG WILL BK LOMFORTABLB AT THE
"l'EAISL OK SAVOY," HEU. IS AMI IU
No. S3 Dougia9 avenue is where you
can rest comfortably while waiting for
your pictures. "'2-tf
II. I Bear, tho popular druggi-t of Clear
water, was on a flying trip to the city es
torday, returning on tho night train. "15cn
nv" is alwaj-s so full of business that he em
only saj "how do, good b':" to each ef his
large number xif friends, though this little,
along with his hearty manner and friendly
grasp is iir much a some can cpro- in n
Mr. .1. A. Ilolliiiger, the Santa Fe's agent
at Caldwell, a gent.cmin well-known in this
citv, came up yestcrdaj with h'uwifo and
baby, and after -.pending a fewdis with
"the folks" they w ill go eat for the holidaj ,
lisiting friends in New "ionk and Fhiladel
jhia, returning bj the w ay of Lnn-ing. Mich.,
to visit other relatives nnd friend-. The
Kaolk wishes them a good time.
It was quite amusing to see how peoplo
looked and acted on the streets jesterday
morning. F.icrj body who had to beout was
rouflled up almost beyond recognition and
navigated with a hop and a jump. Occa
sionally some one could bo seen standing in
a doorway undetermined whether to face it
or not. Then wrapping up his head nnd
taco he would dush forth with a reckle-sness
and abandon suggi'-tiioofn suicide.
The gas was all oft night before last. We
are not posted so as to tell what the matter
was, but the good peoplo gathered at the
Baptist church, and it was ery full, suffered
great inconvenience. Dr. Smith .aj s the
windows had to be kept open, and he fears
that many took Eovcro coldi. "Whcneier
there is any thing wrong the matter ought
to be reported to the superintendent of the
works who, no doubt, would apply the
Feriodicalry ciiry community is infested
by a gang of itinerant shysters, peddlers and
tramps, who. sadly lacking in capacity nnd
honesty to build up a legitimate trade at
home, contrive to cariet-bag it through the
country, and even succeed in obtaining lots
of nionej in every town they i-it, by most
gloriously humbugging the good people.
They sell pewter for silver, pinchback for
gold, paper for leather, gla-s for pebbles,
and sham for real in general. Don't patron
ire thco traveling gonillas butstick'toour
local dealers, who are re-ponsible for what
they sell you,
A monster stick of candy fashioned t-fter
a barber's pole was seen in the window of
the "Wichita Cracker and Confectionery
manufactory yesterday. It is over four feet
long; about six inches thick and weighs -io
pound-. It was made for or.c of their cus
tomers at Oxford. It w a no easy matter to
make so large a stick, as it is quite a job to
warm so large a mass of candy through and
through in order to draw it out and twist it
so as to j-et the stripes clear around iL This
.,.nv tmivd ft lanre consignment of
goods to tho Indian Territory J esterdaj-.
Tho ladies who took it upon themselves
to dispose of the tickets for the charity ball
wcro met with the kindest spirit everywhere.
To demonstrate how earnestly they would
un-c their case wo attempted to put in a
word but before we could explain they were
ler all, although there will Ik- a dance for
those who delight in such a pastime after
tho entertainment of the evening is over.
Cap. Murry Myers says it will bo a success
financially, "which is gratifying, for not a day
pes in "which some application for relief
is not made to the G. A. It, or the ladies
No one who has ever witnessed Jlagsie
Mitchell in tho l'carl of Savoy can forget
that absotbing and beautiful dramatic crea
tion. It i- a pieco seldom attempted by
amntuers, in fact no nmitucr can depict the
pis-ion- and conflicting unotions of the
leading p-irt. Maria is an ideal child of
nature, and her love i- consuming and over
whelming, and it is very fortunate that Mrs.
Julia A. Hunt cou-ented to fill this highly
nrti-tie role. The ladies of the guild are
delighted with the present pro-poet- of a
good run, and it is their disiro to give one
representation of the play for the benefit of
the G. A. It. reli" f corps. It was undertaken
only becau-e of a debt of St. John's F.pi-co-pd
church, and when that is met, their time,
talents and services will bo tendered with a
hearty good will in behalf of the needy.
l-t their house- be crowded.
THAT MASQUERADE BALL.
contained an ac-
Lastvvcek tho K.U.LK
count of a grand society masquerade ball to
bo held in the opera house on "the night of
the 2'Jth. Now it transpires that the Turn
Varin society had been preparing to .hold a
mask ball in the opera on New j-ears eve.
They claim that il the society ball was held
two nighU before theirs, it would spoil their
ball. Having the opera in their hands,
thej now refuse tho use of it for the first
named ball for the rcn-ons above stated.
Tho managers of tho societj- ball aro in
consequence, highly indignant, and declare
that they will hold the ball anyhow and will
announce the place In a diyor two. The
Turn Varin people say that when Mr. Kroe
nert let tho opera to tho other folk- ho was
not informed that it was for the purpose of
holding such a ball, and that if he did know
hc would not havo let it. It is unfortunate
that there has been n misunderstanding in
this matter and that two such- promising
events should come into collision.
THE STATE VS. C. J. CLAWSON.
The all-absorbing topic of the day is the
coming theatrical treat "Tho Penal ot Sa
voy," ") our reporter was happy to accept a
kind invitation to attend a full dress rehear
sal with regular stage appointment in our
opera hou-o last evening. We can safely
predict that tho audience who gre t them
next Thursday evening will receive a
most agrecablo surprise for it seems
scarcely possible that a party
ofamatures could get down to such excell
ent stage business as wa-diplajcd by the
entire cast, not u single incident occurred to
imp ilm linrinnnv of tho entire fivo acts of
this beautiful drama, everything passing oil
in a manner that would have rcllec ted credit
upon a regular organized comp-my.
Our opera house will doubtless be
crowded to it- utmost capacity upon both
productions of this coming success and our
citizens will do well to reserve their seat-
without delaj. The box sheet- for Thurs
dav evening open at nin" o. lock this morn
ing. THE COMING MASQUERADE.
The masquerade ball tint is to be giv en by
the "Foro-t City Social Club," on the even
ing of Deo mber -0th nt tho opera house, is
the all ab-orbing subject of ennvcrsation
imiiiio those; who have received invitation-
to this swell aifur.
Many have fnllj determined upon attend
ing and have oidered suits or are now pre
paring the awkward, comie', handsome or
elegant costumes which aro to di-gui-e the
wearer, puzzle and deceive the participant-,
and give opportunity for an evening of un
restricted enjojment, mirth and plea-un-.
On the other hand, some of the bojs think
l.u.inn.. lo.i ilull and times too hard tol
give up their good, kind, Soto Slo for,
a single evening's cn.oj ments let themibo as
super! itively plea-ant as pos-ible. The"re ady
relief is not laing around loose at pre-'-nf,
and old Fro-ly Jack and tho custom? of the
holidays are developing and presenting a
trrcat nrinv excellent openings for the plac
ing of varied and large installments of
filthy lucre. .
But wat's the hods as long as you're 'appy
fellows? It all goes in a life time, any how,
you know, and can be .laved in somo other
direction, so all might as well compromise
tho matter by curbing their ambitions to be
the grandest mogul, greatest masher, or tho
most esthetic and exquisitely soulful dudo
in tho part. Come down from the lofty
height of nmbition and pride; dres. in a
calico suit or a coffin; sack; go have a
large time; mako the affair a huge succe-s
and discover that it has been tho event of
12 bales ol bed coinfrts 11 b.le-i nf blankets',
the best and best value ever brought to Wichi
ta, (loutl, clean white wadding, according to
eii.alltv- A lnr.-e line or lSojs' (.lothlnf and
(tout and Shoes, which I am oOerlni lower
than ever before ill same -rood and substantial
HiulitJ Mv line of Rents' clothing is second
to none in'tha cltv good, clean and fresh.
Come and lo,k nt them I will stirjiri-e jot. In
flnecluthlnjt. and as to price I can and will
kn'ick the socks off any house iu low n
TllOS II, I.Y.VC1I,
rJ Ilouzln-tiiienne, 'MllinoU More."
I lin.n bo de-Ire nhotos- or other pictures- bv
that Ilnlshedartl-t I'stergren, tmi-t mail them
selves of the earliest opportunity to call at the
Cillery of IMdwIn A Dsterren as ho expects
to leave w Ichlta t the cud of thi- month It
is nnnere-s-ry to allude in hi work or to prise
it m it U known lar and wide, stnulieK beside
the best work of the kind in any or the tlr-t-classgallerii-s
In Europe or America. dlTO-iin
"""the ifE-riAMAihntc.wr i:ei'(.iven
IN WlUIHA IN M'EAKL Of -AVOV."
DEC. J 1.MM9
Look out for the frand clearance sale of boots
nnd sdoe- at .1 e lied ront, commeiicing right
alter the holiday nt Aliens.
AX OltCHI-3l ItA OF -IX1K1..N I'lhCKs IN
THr. "I'EARL OK MAVOY."
I. KI.IK)-. wishes n inform hi- many old
cii-tonter- that be lins oiieneil a llrt-elss
e-onteetlonery and oy-ter pari' r at Sa. Jlain
rtreet, opi olte the it liole-alee.roe-ery
UY jourojster-. Iruits, truly and mils for
iioiioavs o. e .. ivioi'. 'i unii,
NEW STYLES IN HOLIDAY NOVELTIES.
Olorci-e-, Ije'lies veork boxes, l'liff boes
and Jewell i a-e- gents shavinic let-, jsieket
toilet ct-es, collar and cull sett, e-oinb. bru-li
and mirror, dreingr.t-i- In rubber, 7v!oiiile
in.l eelluloid.eiit .'Hs-Molognelioitle-i. inlaiit.
-cts, etc , etc at puces lower thin ever be
loreat IJiwreiiee's Iinig Store, Douglas nveu
Kniin the live eenl hotel map to the tlnest
pirtuuieil varielieial irreitlv reduced jiriees by
Ihelxiviirdozei: loiiet water-, cii-liinmi bo
Hi.it, vlolel, lavindnr. ro-nlalls and hlidrope
I'lTluine-bolh Imp rted and Ainerictii Coniis-plat-
mirrors bill, cloth, nail aul Infant
iirni-hei ot all kinds mid pi Ices at Lawrence's
llrug'-tore, lioiilas avenue '1177-11
Iir virtue of an older of the District Court of
-Vdgwii k i oiinlj , Kan-ss. nit le on Uerember
Sih.lssl.I I lie" u iilei-Uiicl. E A Dor-ey,
rei elver, will on Hieeniber 2)tl., I'M, at .J
nVloik, p in , ol said day, procresl tn tell the
proj.ertv known a' "Ihe v ichila 'limes Of
lire " "The stie to be forca-h Iu baud ami tld
pro.ertv .fjd the epmirlaiiee-s, liUure-, appli-nnrt-.
oreTetv kind VThat-eever, in ai.v wise
iplertnining or belonging to -tine will be fold
December Ji'th, ! t 1.. Doi.skv,
di;i lOt Kioiver
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
Mrs. Il S. Curran had .Mr C. J. Claw.-on
up before Justice Hobbs ye-terday charged
w it'n di-turbing her peaco and quiet, as the
formidable state document read-. l'rank
Dale appeared for the state and Mr. Claw
son conducted lil own case.
A- near as can be gathered the case is this:
The building in wliich Mrs. Curran lives be-leu'g-to
Mr. Guthrie. Mr. Claw son occu
pies tho lower part and Mrs. Curran lives
up stair nnd wt believe proposes to run a
dress making shop. It appears that infor
mation was given to Mr. Guthrie that Mrs.
Curran and her girl conducted a disorderly
and disreputable place and he determined to
fire her out. He inv ited Mr. Clavvson to go
with him :cs"a witne-s that he offered to return
the woman her rent. While in the hou-c
the woman claims that Mr. Claw son ex
pressed himself in a manner that in
sinuateel that they kept a hou-e' of ill
shane: henco the o.se. After
hearing the cstunony and the argument,
Ju-tice Hobbs thought that tho defendant
had not intended anj thing wrong, but ow ing
to the preponderance of evidence against
him, he would linie to give verdict against
him. He would merely decide that hc pay
tbo co-t of the case. Mr. Claw-son at the
sugge-tion of a friend gave notice of an ap
peal. Thi- aroused Krank Dale, wbo sprang
to bis feet, put both band- iuto his overcoat
pockets and drew it around his slender
boely. Ho straightened himself up and
made his low to the court, then came forth
one of the most pointed arguments Mr.
Dalo could manufacture. He said that all
through the case he felt that the defendant
had done nothing to de-erv o much fine or
punishment, but now he had changed his
mind, e?cing the disposition he manifested
now. That a. the court had not elctlmtel
nameel the fine, ho wonld demaud that he be
fined $100 in order to justify hira in carrving
the case into the higher court.
As soon as Mr. Dale liad delivered him
self of this, somewhat w arm speech, he took
bit hntund left the. court room. The court
About 11 ev'clock jesterday tbf old fire
bell sounded an alarm of fire for the third
ward nnd several ran to the scene. Tho tire
was fouud to be in Ihe residence of Mr. V.
S. Corbet t and was soon citingui-bed. Tho
fire originated in the flue of the kitchen and
burned a small hole in the roof. The first
arrivals on the scene tore oil' some of tho
shingles nnd succeeded in subduing the
flames before .Mr. Corbet t arrived from the
storo with a lot of hand grenades, and hc
fore the firo company arrived. The damage
v One seaieeiltural and s'oek firm three and
ont-Iialr miles' from city, b ut 12". acre broke,
onc-ipn lei lectioo rei ced Mr pa-lure, p eni
of water. and .a siimll hou-e
Alto! HI lots In eltvllmly lo--ated and In
goo i iieighliorhood -pedal terms to tho-1
ul-liingt" mske homes
Also -tibnrban pro erty Tor furtherpartle
ularstceUnIs I Ilea--, agent for M'ui i.rrll-ter.-teln
at ciiy fn iHTC-tf
e.old i hain- and pendants, an eeellent varl
rtvat etreii(l low prices at W in Ka el'
i.si.ilv fora llttl" moiiev Tor tbonett
av,tc 1. ICIoo-' Ihiiiany l.'aee 111
lie pit the Clue Ribbon nu jur -Jl ) nien
dr ss shoe In all -tele- It Is Ihe chetpevt .h le
In then ae" Link" at them in otirwludow.
the- are a bargain I. AI.LT d-170.
A urloadofeJioice apple aad pure rider,
v hole. ale and retail at.ln. dhotis
(.'old Bill rolled gold vest cluilns for Clin-t-nifls
presents at W in Kfts-el's.
John -bolt- Is the
fnilu of tIM.Inds,
lull line of rubber
llofliua-ter A --on
goodi and over-hoes at
: t Jan 1
The Chautauqua literary and scientific
circle held their regular meeting Mond iv
evening in the high school building. An
opening ode was sung by the glee club,
l'rof. f-teffco gave some highly interesting
chemical experiments. An excellent paper
upon Grecian architecture wa- read by J. 11.
fctonc. Miss B. Andrew's paper of original
fiction was of a high order. Miss Anna L.
Jackon recited "The Hild-headed Man" in
her usual excellant stvle.
Some nice work is -hovvn and a striking
effect created on the mammoth siirn- ju-t
finished in the interest of the famous "Dur
ham" tobacco companv on the southeast
comer of Market and Douglas street- and
the northeast building of Fourth and Doug
las avenues. These sign- cencr the entire
sides of the store upon w Inch they are
painted. It was a treat to sec how rapidly
they were cxe-cuted and finisheel by the two
artists who arc responsible for their creation.
K-pecially as .t wa- done during tho raw.
cold weather when tlie brush is liable to lose
much of its cunning.
The hired girl at the residence of K. G.
Smjth em "Waco street lud a regular picnic
div before jc-terd.iv. She was making
starch into which -he pl.t considerable coal
oil for some purpo-o ; then putting it on tho
stoetoboil. 1'retty soon it took fire and
the flames flashed clear up to the ceilinc,
threatening to fire tho hou.e. Fortunately
she had the pre-encc of mind to run for one
of the G-enadcs, which she fired at the stove.
and in an instant the fiamc- were Citin-
guisbed. The cTenadcs are recommending
themselves pretty fa-t.
Ed. Hutching-, who i- in the employ of
Killeen and SlocViuger, plumbers and gas
fitters of the Avenue, while engaged at his
occupation at the City Mills yesterday, re-
Our gold and slhercar.es, engraving eleg en t
IveteeHted bv the bestarlists, are way down
Iu pnee-al vv'in Knssel's
IJeineniberlliilfiUM'terA-nin keep all the lateit
M.vlcs iu ladle-s and chtldrers shoe llnnd
euelnd bHinl-turuiil gomU in Krencli and
ler Kid mi allia-ts Ihe seme asyou will llntl
In til ea-tern ilty at bird time jinecs ve
guarsntee all our goejd- HoHilA-IKil ,toi,
ill70-tr Main t.
Presents lor the ladles, pres-nts for Ihe gen
tlemen, pre-enl-for all to be foniid tt H m
Kas'el's, the Jeweler
Parties e!elrlng -omsthlrg vsry line In the
line of New Yetrsc.tlliujrtnlsc.au -elert from
a litieof-ample te.be -en In tho Eaolk Job
Allgsoil- engrtvel free at Kt.el's Please
remember this dl7S-M.
No one ned look any further for Christina"
good- after once going lata Mueller' store
Intendlrg ti make New I ear calls are invited
to examine our samples and leave their orders
In time dl7J-tf.
Anvlhlng from a baby
C4n be pit at Mueller's
toy to a $) present
The large-i and uiccit stfwk of f andy In
Don't rail to ro it Mueller's for yonr holiday
go.sU tint-'., wit
Ihe Wichita -tft:k . anl romptny hjve rejnltr
CMleil.tj-on smril of each week, beginning
at one clock p in Examine theirstoek
In Hatfield's Vddltion, within half a mile or
tuta le lower deJt IT
N"eart to brtlne ceatr of city
low anet easy terms
Hoffinaster -olor a -taiter vtIH sell yoa
ladies kid button shoe, w -rked button bole,
solid counters end inner -! for SI 75. old
brail competitors at Si W atii building,
A book on . chriin'c and local lleatf of
males and fe-nales free swenUell A lkmclsM.
Wichita, Kan6s H--W
SOME MONEY AND PAPER
KorloHin HatfieldN Ad lltlon, well and con-v-enleKtly
CALL ON HATFIELD
For nice residence lot on --y terras near
bnlDs, atnc oppo-lte r--toa.ee dlTJ.tf
e.o to the Kron-wlel: bllllaril hall. th cheap-e-t
place in the cltr lor -.rau-ement- BUtlatls.
Q )-oints. IS eests Jc ciip oa pool dl711C
.r - l'l'hsr sell! Ir.inre Tonr
-te in th .nlr rrlla.ble i : X
comtanv. of "prlngaelt!. Mas. , farm d-ptrt-
ceived a fall and consequent injuries) that
willeloubtlcs laj-bim'.up for rerirs for j - offnii,s,r .., cM
some little time. He s standing upon a bntun tbce,, ,Id at i 7J -old V'e
ladder some -ix or eight feet from the floor, j i!?!H""li!fI
when it slipped out of plumb and fell. In) When jon w.ntj-ooel rating aprjl;. g to
the descent the to of one sboe caught and M-;ra-"
wa neld fast bv socie obstacle and thus, as ' ritnE Bnest stock- of ctady In tie city tK (
the bead was thrown dowTiward, and the ' 1 Mala street. s"'",,.
person was suspended in mid air, the limb ' yotiing is nicer for bolidsy pretects tbn
. , ... rT.. -i . k k..MA...., vn nru r tttl iarti '. in ... tMC.-
was twisteel ana me wcigni ci me imjuv -c .m- ""- -."-.j,.-. t,,;j
- a An a-vi rinCE- rnikT"c. uiuc-u
.. v fn,1,.r.. nftl-A nVle. nrodtiMnsr a g-1 - " "----s
o'. tnisim nf those member and the an- cuihYie.U-ns mr!a far onmid
nil Iiaianu leinnevcvur. .vuiu. .....-..-,.. .--r , s----',-s - -- Yi.iJ,,
then said he would withhold judgment un- klcthus causing a very painful amicrc, It-ovby on fcrcmt
,il lomt understanding wa. reached. ' though not dangerous, Injury. Csx,Yleh.ta National Ban omlcuc.. uiw
FOR CHILDREN !
.. Our trad dmcanda larv stock, and w hT it. Nw goods
in every day- Honeet Qooda needa no bait to sell than. '
Our Cheap Prices Does It !
We are not compelled to use lottery schemes or patent medicine adver
tising to draw custom. Square dealing and the largest stock of Dry Oooda
in the state are the causes of our great success.
It Pays to Trade at the Horse Shoe.
I 'Made of Shetland Wool. All sizes at
We are POSITIVE this is the Bargain of the ag.
- will please the little ones.
IT IS THE PEOPLES' SAVINGS BANK
INNES & ROSS.
N X T. P. O.
New York Store.
EOCK &: WZE
kept In a
X3 Every thin;
MEAT MARKET .."k Quest f Useful Presents
Remember that we are Headquarters for
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
WICHITA. - KANSAS.
GLOBE IRON WORKS.
Silk Dress Hats,
Gents' Jewelry, and everything in the Clothing, Hat and Furnish
Fine Wool Shirts.
m: kohn & co.
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS. HATTERS I FDBK8HBS
Tbe new firm or the Globe Iron Works J
will roramenre m.anufecttirini: utter Jnu- (
ary lt. Heavy CnkllngH ol a'.l kirn), uch
Cape, Sills, Columns, Ac.,fmtoru Irontt,
and will bac capacity for ca-tlni; any
article --.cisUIuK from 1 to 10.000 pounil
and at such prices a will compare ravorably
with any competition Irom ahroail.
son's Dry Goods House
Fine Goods for the Holidays !
(IHEAT INDUCEMENTS !
At prices lower than ever.
These goods were bought expressly for
the Holiday trade and are sure to please.
A full stock of Germantown Yarns, ZepI
and Knitting Silk in all shades.
I vtrnatM tnf iMf, t
tfi'rm nir,M "! (w
rU f mt i Ion I lum w 7 Jer VonH
ll,m.tt.t,')r rtr paid will
i-hitn'm l lAvtlrlui w
77Zh CarwC rTK. flM "" !''. A juul
""SOTHSCMU-Ot JOStFH A CO..
Without polii? oufltle or the lofrilimatc ffcld of Dry Hood-, we have Katl.cre Wlirr a
election ol fine ! poods M.itablc for useful i.resout", to which t call thi: attention of tl ought t. il ..ir
rliMcra We always make it a point to adhere strictly to the truth in our alerticinent, a all othrr
a vc tUiu iUraen porarv advantage, whicl, reacts pennanently to the d.-advantaKC of ;elvcr.
tier WiTh i h thought in mind, we ask you to visit our hou.e on a tour ot m-pectiot. to tt.e different
Handkerchief Displaj cd on our renter counter arc pyramids upon pj ramltl of handk:rrhlef
the latc-t production" of the lootn, from 6 cent? to $5.00 each.
Hand Bags On tlie opposite side of this counter U a very
Uaj,'-, from 05 cents to $5.00 each.
lar-c and elcjrant dispUy of Hand
Blankets-At the first rouutr on the right arc kept Ihe Blanket'. In t!ic-c w -how all -jual-itics
up to the celebrated Golden Gate braud, ami Crib Blankets of the same quality.
Lace, and Make Up of Keck Wear-Arc at the fir,l counter on the left and the aortmit U
very large, new ami iu rood taste, and ibow- .omci fine aud coolly -rood'.
Hosierv and Underwear-Farther down on the left are hown a varied Mock of Flue floury
and in UnderweaV we keep all qnalitie. including the "Norfolk" and "New Bru-wick."
r,- r'nrxU n.1 mits If we do not how the larffc-t
. . . i" ....i ,i ; t. i,rir Tvnti-fi to prnbrac-e an
n'05l5"u Sx! " " :,?" "i , rh7:jr,in,Cnl .he Wrhct novelti
esaciiu"; - imjB'uui ,.......- ,
Hock in thi drpartrocnt, we hotr the
.. a i..aB.u. tii mnriT
an aorimcui io ymmc iv ...-..
a stock a
Fine Wraps Our Cloak department t superior Jo any in tne aty.
early in the season, but still ?how liner good- and more of them than
We hare aot now w large
can be found elwherc.
We have aid nothing about vaJtiM in thU drcrti--ement.
Our busy store U proof that it !
L Richt & Son
147 MAIN ST.
SACKIFICE SALE !
We have a magnificent line of
MENS, YOUNG- MENS
Boys and. Children's
Also a large line of Suitings left. In
order not to carry them over we are offer
ing them positively at a
FAMOUS CLOTHING ttU
422 Douglas Avenue.
Nf B? A Fine line of Silk Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Tm,
Gloves and Seal Skin Caps, for the Holidays just rfceivd.1
Tr-ir j- f -v" t -S- vy v "