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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER. 20. 1884.
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M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
SAIlTtDAY MORNING. DKC.
THE THIRD PARTY.
The prohibilioni-U at tbeir meeting at
Topeka, resolved upon a third partv, for
wliich a platfojra was aJoptisL Tlio Kepult
liiMns. therefore, may a well understand
what thev have to mett, Cit as last- The
whole aim of the men ho oted lor St.
John in November was the defeat of the
Republican party and its ultimate destnic
tion. Only in the overthrow of the Repub
lican party is there iuiv liope for the prohi
bition party, for within the Republican
party lines are found siiucteen-tweiitieths of
the wen who believe it to bo within the
scope of possibilities to prevent drunkenness
by law. The prohibition leadrrs do not es
necy to ain any strength from the old I5our
bon party, uincteen-twentieths of whoiC
membert are oj05ed to sumptuary legisla
tion cf any character, and n large cr cent
of nuom consider the privilege of drinking
and getting drunk one of the inalienable
rights. If the third forty movement se
cures enough strength to become the bal
ance of power then tha Republican party
must go over in a body to the third party
or the Democrat will remain in power in
definitely. The Republican party will
never do this. The truth U a large
per cent, ot tho Republican party, say from
twenty-five to fort- per cent., would identify
themselves with the Democratic party rather
than vote with the prohibitionisU. The log
ical inferenoe to be drawn from all this is
the new third jKirty moiemenl must fi.il or
Otherwise the Democracy liatc a sure thing
of it until such time as their masses are edu
cated up t a higher standard, or until they
commit Mich outrages that the people for
getting party lies rie up in their might and
put them down, a they did in 'Cl-V', by
force. The prohibition, or third party
movemi-nt, is against the best interests of the
country, then, unless such interests are bet t
conserved by Democratic rule. The Repub
lican party in Kansas fearing these very
things attempted to head oil" a third party
movement tw o or three years ago by out
Heroding Herod. The result in that instance
was but whit we indicate above for tlio fu
tura, the putting of the state under Demo
In all thi, while there may be a grand
chance to fight for principle in the abstract,
there will be Iittlo chance to fight for party
and for triumph, and, in all this, also, the
IJcpublican party encounters the most knot
ty problems and the greatest chances for de
feat, and ultimata extinction. This is no
tnifr now than it was when the Eagle said
in sub-tance the f nine thing before the par
ty attempted to make prohibition one ofiU
cardinal principles. And uhile out of it all
prohibition may triumph in the end, and
drunkenness, be wiped out to be remembered
only as the relic of an immature civilization,
yet, al! thos who hoped to see this country
make the simc strides for the next twenty
years that it has made under the fostering
carccifllni Republican party in the last
twenty years, may be doomed to disap
pointment. AVc Wicp and we mourn, yet what nvail
cth our tcirs, and gnuns so long as Jlordecai
sits obstructing the king's gateway with his
ambitious carcass, or words to that vliecL.
THE NORMAL ENDOWMENT.
The Iicacon tavs the 1're-s is much fairer
than the Eagle touching the Normal school
land business. The Reaeon, when we first
suggested crookedness, flew all to pieces. As
the transaction had been closed and in legal
form, and there remained no chance to grt
the lands batk, we simply said our say, but
when that paper -ay we assume only that
the lands were worth more than $3.o0, we
ar.owcr that we n time inthing. AW have
gone over the prices and locations of these
lands too often not U know what we are talk
ing about. 'Ir. Shaqe explains nothing, but
virtually :ieut. at leat. so far as the price
received is concerned, snd that board, nijv
paucy or no flippancy, can rest assured that
the matter will be enquired into.not because
3Ir Shar "uggesls -uch a proceeding, but
because the Eagle started a ball whose roll
canmt be ignored.
W C T. U.
The -tate organization of Iowa of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union, in a
set of resolutions repudiates the action of
National organization in endorsing the Na
tional l'rohibition candidates. loiter, a
meeting was held in ISoston, attended by
leading prohibition lights wliich met to con
sider measures for tlio formation of a society
to work through the whole country for a
promotion of prohibitory measures in legis
lation and otherwise, wholly independent of
partisan and sectarian organizations. Among
'ther things, they resolved:
"We lielievo partisan political action to be
a very expe'isive, always dingerous, and of-j
ten disastrous mode of moral agitation and
Wo therefore invite all persons of all
classes, creeds, and parties, to unite with us
on this platform of principles."
The Wellington Press: At last we have a
word from one of the Normal regents in ref
erence to the sale of the Normal endowment
lands at w hat was considered a price far be
low their value S3.W) per acre' The de
fense i from Isaac Sharp, of Council Grove,
ai.d it ;s printed in his paper, the Guard.
AVc giro it for what it is worth:
"Now for the facts The regents were
compelled to sell tiie lands in question to
keen the i-chool running up to the capacity
of the attendance, and upon examination of
the lands it was iuund that there was so
much poor land that the good must be made
sell the bad. hence all were sold in a body.
The regents were otlVrcd two prices, one at
S t per acre in contracts of a single legal sub
division, or SJ.50 per acre and sell it all in a
body, and upon consultation with the Gov
ernor and Attorney-General AV. A. John
son, now associate ju-tice of the supreme
court, it was deemed best totaket!:eS3.o0for
them from -Mr. Cro, who also otlered the
SI bid, for the reason that if sold in a body
and default in pavment of interest jor prin
cipal wa made all would bo forfeited back
to Itie s lalo unucr me law , wncrcas u sum m
separate contracts of legal subdivisions the
purcha-er might sell the good land at a large
profit and let "the jHnr land forfeit back to
the state, a thing that tlio agents would have
done themselves, and the school would have
been crippled nnd the state left witli five or
six thousand acres of land worth not fifty
cents for retailing.
And again, the regents believe this would
boa very good subject for a Republican leg
islature "to investigate. We hereby demand
the same and see what the KaglkV good
This explanation seems to us exceedingly
tint. AVc hope Mr. Sharp will be accom
motfoted with an investigation, as it will not
consume much time or be very expen-ive.
I- ' facts come out.
El Dcrsdo Kcpublican: The question
naturally suggest it-clf what does the editor
of the A ichita Eagle want with a red lounge
in his o'Jicc anyhow?
The surprising thing to us is that the
answer does not as naturally suggest itself to
the editor of the Republican.
The Atchison and Santa Ke company,
with its well known enterprise andlib;rality,
has established fifteen reading rooms for its
employes at different divisicn points on its
line of railroad. These rooms are to be
well heated, comfortably furnished and sup
plied with the best literature of tbo day.
Ex-Governor-George T. Anthony is re
ported as saying that Ex-Govcmor John V.
St- John would turn a prayer meeting into a
political machine to help advance his (St.
John's) political prospects. If we remem
ber correctly 3Ir. Anthony made Mr. St.
John Governor of Itisas. El Dorado Republican.
ABOUT THOSE HORSES.
To the Editor oftht Daily Eaalt.
I saw in your daily an article in regard to
a party starving his horses. Now, let me
tell you a short story . The owner of those
horses, together with his wife and three chil
dren, came here about two months ago from
llinois and camped out by the stock yard,
near a family by the rame of Tuters. The
daughters' was in the wagon of the stranger
and picked up a small valise, and two $20
gold pieces fell out. In an instant the
strange woman icked them up, and said:
" Here ; that is the money I sold my caws
for ! " Now for strategy : The parties tried
to get the woman in the house, (and one of
them did), while the other went out and
took the satchel which contained the two
S20 and a $10 bill. It was their all, and
they among strangers. "Work is scarce, and
the man gets little or no work, while the
woman takes in washing and cleans pigs
feet and works hard to try and live; and, as
she told mo herself, it was hard for one
woman to make a living i it so many, and
thrca horses besides. The woman, in fact,
is not in condition to work hard. They are
in my house and I know their situation.
Since the time of losing their money, the
woman ha p'eked up articles that she
would swear came out of her satchel, right
at Tuters' door. I spoke to one of the city
officials about it, but no poor, honest people
can co:nc umong us and be robbed. Is it
possible the man must loe his team and be
accused so wrongfully besides! Take his
team and you Like the only means of his
ever getting a home. Some one look to it.
M. T. Itp.ITTOX.
The New Republic of this week contains
the announcement that a 31 iss DeMott is to be
connected with that paper in an editorial ca
pacity hereafter. From the number of newr
paper-, and new editors springing into exist
ence and notice of late, we should say that
no one takes any chances in attempting the I
role of editor.
A Long Island heiress wanted a husband
and advertised in the papers. She received
over -100 proposals, all of which were turned
over to a gentleman friend who made inves
tigations and selected four of the aspirants
as suitable for husbands. These four were
given a personal interview with the lady and
the choico fell upon "Willoughby II. Harris,
of 3Iound City, Kansas, who is a dealer in
cattle and worth about ? 10,000. The part
nership was entered into and papers signed
but they have taken ten days for courting
before the marriage.
The Hon. John Strohm, who was the olu
est liiing ex-member of congress died at
Lancaster, l'a., last Thursday at the age of
02 years. During his life he was a prominent
politician, and in 1831 was first elected to the
Pennsylvania legislature by the anti-Masons.
The Whigs elected him to congress in 1811
and 1SIC, and he was a delegate to the AVhig
convention in HaHimore which nominated
Taylor in 1818 and Scott in 1852. He joined
the Republican party at its organization, re
maining a member and active worker to hi
Washington Republican, 12th inst: It
was noticed yesterday that Senators Sher
man, IngalM and Krve were attentive listen
ers to the able .pcccli of Senator Harrison
on the Dakota bill. From this it is xunni-rd
that these gentlemen are prepared to join iu
the debate on this bill, which would lurnish
the assurance of the discussion taking a cry
wide range. "Ingalls is primed for a speech"
said a Kansas member yesterday, "and it
will be one that will mate the south very
mad. He will show up the southern method
of suppressing Republican votes as it was
never shown up before."
A GOOD RIDDENCE.
3Ir. St. John's third party convention has
been held, and he was a big man. He has
had another chance to denounce the party
which only two years ago lie said puMicly
ho would stick to through thick and thin a
an official or private citizen, it mattered not
which. He was happy, and the world will
again move around as nature meant it
should, and as it starts otr to slow imiic a
purified Renublican liartv will with f lndnos
draw a curtain reinforced with sheet iron of
doubio thickness between them and the
cranks who have followed the mugwumps.
We have looked over the list of delegates
to the convention, and are much mistaken if
one-nun of them have acted with the repub
lican party at any time within the past five
rars. n mey nave uono so, it lias lieen
lor the purpose of injuring it and not in
good fnitli. Wo can name delegates who
have bevn anti-prohibitionists, and said more
harsh tilings of St. John in the past three
years than anv Republican ever did.
They are in the movement now because
they tfiink it will hurt the Republican party,
and for no other purpose. They are not
working for St. John, not working for pro
hibition, and but little for temperance, but
they hope to set Even with the Republican
party for imagined grievances. They, like
St. John, are aching for vengeance and
There arc quite a number of other men in
the state who have pretended to be Republi
cans in the Jast who we would like to sec
go over to fct. John's party or the Democ
racy, wc don't care which. AVc mean those
men who as a rule refuse to bo bound bv
by party com entions run independent, bolt
tickets, and put on liolv air. The sooner
these men leae the nartv the better for it.
Thev can be spared, and when they get
rea Jv to go w o will sav to them as to those
who go otf with St-John this week, go in
peace, w e are glad to get nd of you. Com
monwealth. ANOTHER VIEW.
A subscriber writes us:
"A number of persons hero aro anxious to
know something of the Oklahoma country.
AVhat jmrt of the Indian Territory does "it
comprise! How large a scope of "country!
Has it been declared to be government land!
Is it ocn to settlement!"
Oklahoma has hitherto been a rather
shadowy r-gion a to location; something
like the fabled El Dorado. On the latest
official map of the United States there is no
land platted as Oklahoma; nor is there any
such country mentioned in the encyclope
dias. We are in a fair way, however, to know
what will be Oklahoma. The bill intro
duced by Senator l'lumb, and which is lia
ble to be considered at any time, defines the
boundaries of the proposed Territory as fol
Iow: Commencing at a point where tbo north
line of the Cherokee lands intersects the
west lino of the l'awnee lands; thence west
along said south line of said Cheerokee
lands to the boundary line between Texas
aud lbs Indian territory; thence sout h on
said line to where the same crosses the main
channel of the Canadian riyer; thence down
said channel of said river to where the same
irosscs the Indian meridian; thence north of
said meridian and along the western bounda
ries of tht Pottawatomics", Kickapoos' and
Iowas's land to the main channel of the
Cimmaron river; thence down said main
clian nel of said river to where the same in
tersects tbo w est line of the Pawnee lands.
thence north upon said line to the place of
If our correspondent will take any mod
ern map of the Indian Territory he can lo
cate this country and estimate its area for
himself. He will "find it is an irregular shaped
region, between the- Cimmaron and the Can
adian, and with a wide strip of Indian
country intervening between it and Kansas.
This'land i not open to settlement. Every
man who has gone on there has been put otf.
All who followed Pavne there lost their time
and money, and all who follow anybody
clse there will bo treated as intruders until
an act of congress has been passed opening
up the country, just as every other territory
has been opened. Those who expect to open
Oklahoma before the government gets ready
are off their base.
Those who have watched . the course of
events, believe that Senator Plumb" bill. Or
one substantially like it, will be passed
within the year, and then Oklahoma will be
opened to 'settlement just as other public
lands nave Deen, ana not mi men.
Our correspondent does not ask for advice
as to going to Oklahoma, but as we have
tlii- day," December 1G, received a letter
from a reliable gentleman, at this moment
in the very heart of the proposed Territory,
wo will give his brief and emphatic opinion:
"It i a fraud to claim thit this country
looked like Kansas did thirty years go,
Kansas is and.'as a queen, seated on the
thrcne of her glorious destiny. This coun
try is the natural home of the coyote and
herdsman, hardly good enough for the In
dians. The Oklahoma country is as false as
tlic mirage ot anara, ana it is prooaoie
that God.in His infinite mercy, called the
Christian Payne home to glory, to prevrnt
him from luring the poordeluded Kansas to
his doom. Champion.
25 PER CENT
MONDAY, DEC. 22d.,
Wc will ffive twenty-five per cent dis
count on the following goods :
Wc have had a splendid trade in
Winter Wrap. Our prices have been
right. Wc have on hand a very good
selection, including some of the best
Two Brocade Silk Russian Circulars
richly trimmed. lined with quilted sat
in, fnllv worth $45.00: our price U
2.ri per ceut, making thetn
One Ottoman Silk Circular, with
same trimininjr, fully worth $40.00.
Our price, $30.00, leas 25 per cent,
making it cost you $22.50.
One Silk IMu-li(good qiialil)) Satin
Lined Seal Ornament-, worth $15 00.
Our price, $35.00. less 25 per rent. mak
ing it cot oulv $20 23. A "lanr-iin
Alo Newmarket". 'Newport, Pale
tot. Dolmans anil Russian Circulars,
in cloth. All at a reduction of
2tS PER CENT.
We have in stock verv line Sea I t
All Wool Blankets, lOx't in -ii'. -ilk
bound at $5.00 per pair. They ate
chenp, but wc discount this price onc
fourlli. making them cot ouly $4.00.
Same rize in White, warranted all
wool, at $4.50; Ie 25 percent.tnakiug
them cost only $:. .W.
A!o Extra Large White Bed Blank
et at $3.00, le 25 per cent, and !'
aamc -7o in Gray Blankets at $2.00
per pair, le one-fourth.
Comforts at same reduction.
Hotel and boarding honc kccper-i
will bear this in mind.
Underwear for Gents, Ladios.Mis'.cs
Wc have a splendid stock of Winter
Underwear, and our prices now arc
cheap enough, but we will give the
Ladies' and Geuts' All Wool Scar
let, $1X0, less 25 per cent.
Particular attention is called to our
itock of Geut' Fancy Underwear.
Silk and Wool Shawls $5.00, $10.00
and $20.00: Camel's Hair and Fine
Beaver, $12.00: Fine Double Shawl-,
same quality as the Waterloo, at $7.50;
Beaver Shawls at $4.25: All Wool Sin
gle ShawU at $2.50. All less 25 per
Our neat Mock of Ladies', Mie'
and Children's Shoes, at 25 per cent
Monday, Dec. 22a.
This will give you an opportunity
to purchase good chcp for the Holi
day. HULL BROS.
Third door west of Lawrence avenue.
ICE FOR SALE !
LITTLE ARKANSAS RIVER.
Finest Ice Field in the St-te.
Dealers and large consumers In tij city and
adjoining towns can inpply themselves at nom
inal price. Parties with capital wiihlnp to in
vest Id this bullae will vlese confer with the
nndenlgnrd, who la dulrcnt of forming pcr
maaent romptjijto conduct a large ice bailor
L. C. F. GAT,
.dlreiP. O. Box 1M, Wichita, Kanta
Dramas AreBHf, sear fpet.
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In ;
And all dnds of
Canon City, Trinidad and Osage
W. Va., McAleeter, Fort
Scott, Cherokee, Rich
Hill and Pittsburg.
Lime, Piaster, Cement. Crick. SMenalk and
firriprO. ) Illg lied Scale. CC0 Douzlm ar.S side
vrrilbo. j j,- y4terBtijjet Douglas and Kiret.
Extoris Cora Mills.
Ground Corn and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
Orders 11111 promptly. Telephone to Kx
O'l'a cal office.
IF YOU ABE DOING TO B.Y A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond Pin, Slere lluttons, ltlng. Watches,
Chain or in fact everything, it Trill )a
you to go and ere
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
Kur. It nr lm nnythinejou want, you can &ve
ni'.nry In hiiUtucuf Mm- S3"1 wmluorB wi-t
of ri?:ii'i t IImi-M net to Nfetlerlnmler'8 lnrnl
ollice, II Ior;:lta tvmae Wichita Kaii.
H. F. FRIEND & GO',
LAND AND LOAN AGENTS.
We Buy, Sell and Exchange
Heal Estate of all kinds.
Choice Farm Property and
Large Tracts of Grazing
Land a Specialty.
We Lovan Money on Real Estate,
Personal and Chattel
Short Time Loans Prefered.
Office 122 Doii"la Atenue.
Killeen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam & Ga
Cas Futures. Steam Heaiiug k VenlBaling a
Specially. Estimates Faraulied.
Job work promptly attended to. Office In
Vt'rratr'i LnlKllns. liongla arenue.
VV L. M crfEE"
Sedgwick County Abstracter.
Ahntracia of title complied on short notice.
Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance.
X3- Kepreientln scten of the largest com
panies In the Trorld. 93-tf
C. B. RTHROPT
ROYAL OIL COMPANY,
Carbon, Lulricalin, Linseed and Lard Oils.
TURPENTINE AND OASOLINE.
Coal Oil and Gaioline delivered to all parts of
331 Donglaa are. - Wichita, Kaniai.
Wichita, - -, Kansas
Branch Yards at
Garden Plain & Harper.
Of Wilscn & Tillinshast.
CLEARWATER. - KANSAS
IK a general banting Ln'lneM. Prompt at
tention Kiren In enllectioui. sv-lf
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Hucun outfit! rroted en rutooable terms .
7th and Sth Additions
Thla it the mwt deilrable residence property
Prices Low. Terms Easy.
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
Retlticc en L wroc Arena. 3 it Ontrr 1
ATtnae WaI-QZc Cox cm. tf
A Sr Thing.
For the permaaent cere (wlihoct roercnryla
any form) of fTpnllll , In either the primary,
secondary or tertiary tje. .-crofula, copper
cnlored blotcset on the face or t-ison. caacers.
old sores, catarrh, rheumatism, scaJd head.
ulcers, rsnntnr sores, ana au diseases anisjr
from bGodpelon, cured by Dr Turaer's ladian
RIooti Cure A pamphlet on ypnillla free
For sale br Ssrentzell Doozla. drorrlsts.
opposite poetoSce. Wichita Kansas. rrlce, i
Are rto'lars per pacta-. W arrastej. llitf J
Indian Specific. '
Sorcnrfor poDOrrha, choniee, let, ln-j
C.mmatloa of the MaiM.r, eMq.js, pastol
claaj ; vhlt, lufiamxcallon of Ifce urethra, f
Tarina whites, aaJ all tlleeae of either male ,
or female of lhnrioo-?etltal organs, for tale:
be SsrsaUelt .t Docjlas. 3rc(SlsU, opposite!
postdflM Wichita Kassaa. ill-U 1
Hard Times, Wheat Low, Cleveland Elected, and
Overloaded With Goods.
These are the Four Reasons why I propose to Slaughter
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES,
TRUNKS AND BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Thirty days.
I don't think times will be much better for some time. I
propose to unload, and I am going to do it sure.
Twenty Thousand Dollar Stock.
All good New Fresh Clean Goods, marked right out in plain
figures, very low. We sell strictly at One Price. I will offer
One Hundred Dollars Reward
To any man, woman or child that will "jew" either mv clerks or myself Jye cents on any
article in the house. Ten per cent will be returned to you in gold, silver or currency on all
purchases in clothing amounting from 50 cents upwards. Twenty per cent will be returned
to you in gold,silveror currency on anything in the boot and shoeline. Rememberthe placce,
CHEAP CASH STORE.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, First door West of Citizens' Bank.
CALL AND SEE IF I MEAN BUSINESS.
T. W. COVERDALE.
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors & Builders
BRICK AND STONE!---
l'artlei ilealrinjt iljewalk of Winfield lllp
glnff of all lliei will do well to eall anil grt
prlcea. Lejve ordera at W. I, btem'a nflice on
Lawrence are., itoutbof Doujrlaa ave. I-5-tl
MULNIX & ALDEN,
Auctioneers k Couiiaissiou Merchants,
208 Douglas Avenue, Wichita,
ell ami buy bankrupt atoclt, and furnish auc
tioneers for all kinds of ealei, MOCKdOf glKHl
closed out on nort notice. Heat reference giv
MULNIX & ALDEN,
Auctioneer-), 03 Dougla Are., Wichita, Kan.
GLOBE IRON WORKS.
The new firm of the CInbc Iron Works I
will commence manufacturing after Janu
ary 1st, Heavy Cudingi ol all kind", Mich .
a Cap, Sills, Columns, Ac.for store Ironts,
anil will have a capacity for catting any
article weighing from 1 to 10,00 pounds
and at such prices at. will compare favorably
with any competition Irom abroad.
MM HEAT MARKET I
EJ- Everything kept In a first-class meat
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
Drug Store. 1
B. JSZ. BIROWIST.
Do j; a Aveuue, - Wichita 'Kaans
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST BLrXTeTWEST OF TKEMONT HOUSE
30 .v aJ Doula3 Ave, Wirliita Ka
BUNNELL & ROYS.
Agents A.,T. &.SJ7. R. R. Lands
The ol.leit established real estate Una In the
city. A large list or both city an J country
property for sale at reasonable prices.
Money to loaut 6 Per Cent
OUR ISSURAXCE AGENCV.
Aetna, of Hartford ti,VZ,(M
German American, or "ew Tork 4.0IS.X3
Hartford, of Hartford 4,M1,0
Home, of Kew York. ..... .... 7,i35,C45
Ins. Co. or North America, of Fhlla.. 9,on,
LIT. Load., A Globe, of Lirerpool, 3,Tn,S&
Fhcenlx. of Hartford .US,049
Cndennitera. of New Tort S.o,TM
The Equitable life. orNesr Tork... Sl.CW.Ort
EJ-OSee la Eoys' block, cpstairs, orrx Baak
COR. DOUGLAS ANT I.AWKKNCE AVS
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident i
OmCE 100 DOUGLAS avejiuk i
OTer Banses' Drag Store.
Lamest Apcy in tie Valley.
the Great Esa-tish
lj cures airhtloases
rocs debliltj. iM
all sreaxsess of the
BsirsTiiiasV fr.n. one rckX(e.AftarTakiar.
tl ; six fur I. bT mall, free of rcMtaxr. Sold
by all drcsxlsts. Pa3fhletfre to ererr appli
cant Address all oummoxtaatloc u the pro
prietors, the atsrrar Medtclec Co.. Kaxsaa QtJ,
Mo ty- Vd In ivtthlta. srbolassU aid n.
u!I by AiJrith A Euws
of altcducllon ol
From Itetrlar 1'nces.
Consisting ol New Markets. Russian Circulars, Dolmans
In all Colors and Material Just received at
Eagle Building (New
SNIVELY & SAILHITE
The Restless, Sleepless & EeU&ble
REAL ESTATE, LOAN
i rO VJ IBTCU IQT fcarKWim. IS' Uilr wit wva , ws (iJiMiMfn, wu
' show ialr i.njrt j ciwrfall j, aa4 tirys.il It tea.
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I la short do a rt-eU 'sa curbs Uraej but! arts f" Ob. orer HanUasT Flebefa bonk
j sUre. llfla streets. Wlcfelta. Ksa.
"The German Grocery"
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 116 Dn
ELS and BLANKETS
New Line ol
No.), Ill Douglas Ave.
& INSURANCE FIRJl
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Eert Eczzm, Xa&a CcHacticst, asd
HUfiXY sfc KRtZNZBT
I offer for a few days a choice stock of
oronorol mornVianrlica Qffilr oil tmnA onrl
trade well established.
There is a fine opportunity in this grow
ing town for a grain dealer, an agricultural
implement house or a good hotel. For in
formation call at office of
N. F. NIEDERLANDER.
IT'S DONE !
CLOSING OUT SALE.
Oitroptic.il t ratio require our eniiro nttentloo.theroforc we will close out
entire ktoclr of
JEWELRY.- WATCHES, CLOCKS AND SILVERWARE,
AT COST ! '
Our tfootls are lirct-clris, cleuu nml neat. Parties wlxliln
anything iu the abovo line for thcinselvea or present to trlem!.,
will ilo well to mil nnd examine our stock of rood. Vu shall
mark them nt prices to induce prudent buyers to title 'Ovantae
- Of llllh sile.
TOST & BENSON.
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Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, k
E. P. HOYET & CO.,
Have decided on a change in their business,
and will on Monday, Dec. 1st, offer their
entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
At a great sacrifice, to close at once. This
will prove a golden opportunity to purchase
good goods at less than eastern jobbing
prices. Please remember that
We mean just what we bay.and wc positive
ly state that our entire stock will be sold at
prices that will interest all close cash buyers.
E. P. HOVEY & CO.
CHRIST Ad AS!
Yoo irf find a Cue fine ot these; beautiful ?era t rery loir
pr5ot it Win. Kr; ! on rre aailrhfAcp gosU iu Jew.
Jry, t wjffc lluhr. IVrJ aatl KracraWs, slyl- tLl intui suit
all Ibit t!elie to iurtbi. Qritrna. oo!(.
We hte eomiil'ta !iae of Oesl' b1 I.aJiV Uo!4
VTUJ3t t prfcr that wi2Ji41 tlia rrry U.i.
WATCHES'! WATCHES !
Jtte-.-j3-a.v.. -uttr , .j. Av iL..V-jsttcs r,j--i
v.i.vv,. n gwu ciaa
IT'S DONE !
22 MAIN ST.