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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS. "WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31, 1884.
M. M. MURDOCH. Editor.
WKDN'KSDAY 3I011XIXG. DEC. 51.
KANSAS DEMOCRATS IN MIS
SOURI. It ha been decided that Kansas City,
Missouri, ii- to be (lie Klitica! headquarters
for tJir democracy of tlio -tate of Kansas.
It i well. Bourloni-m will ucvor floiiri-li
on Kansas coil, nor iiiugtruinp-accd uuturo
within l.cr environments. The State Journal
at first protested apiint the idea, but suc
cumbed yesterday. The democratic editors
of Kansas will hold their fin-t mectirjjin
Kanfas City, Missouri, on the 8th of Janu
ary, at which lime, no doubt, somo of tLo
cousins of. Frank James from the Sui hills
are expected to bo present. Democracy hai
always flourished in that country of lop
eared hound, dog-leg tobacco and rot-gut
whisky, cf sorrel-lopped coon-hnnting men,
and sallow, pipe-sucking women, of mud
plastered pakee? and cottonwood log-cot-tasjes
and of rlipjwry-elm bark for loth man
and beast, either for provendt r or poultices,
iloij and hominy, corn pone nnd the homo
of tangled-haired busli-nincrs, thou ideal
political paradise, receive our Kunsa dele
gation of hungry democrat.
Ilcbel soldars are nut now entitled In
)eiisioii, nor is there any likelihood that
they will ever be: K. C Times.
The Times don't believe iu own word-.
Xo attempt will be made in the immediate
future to pen-Ton rebel soldiers, probably,
but it will come. What will come, though,
immediately after the inauguration of the
president in 1SS1, unless the Democratic
party should be whipped in 1SS8, will be
liilli providing lor the payment f, lirtl the
border suites for their slaves and the pay
ment of southern lUinv-, then the pension
ing of rebel soldiers. It won't be two j cars,
maybe not a ear, before the papers of the
border states which did not go out of the
union, and which furnished their quota cf
union soldiers, will be setting out the justice
of their claims for pay for their slaves eman
cipated. The re-in-tating of Ihe old l.our-
bon j.arty can't mean anything else than
that in the estimation of the majority of
the people of this country the Ilepublican
party is a wrong-headed parti anl l'-t the
Democratic party is a light-headed party,
and even the Knnfs City Times will not
deny that the represent! tive majority of the
Democratic party are in favor of making
every possible restitution to the people who
failed in the fecefsion scheme.
For hypocritical ma-queradiiig in high
places commend to us the mugwump ad
dress and Grover Cleveland's reply appear
ing vestcrdav morning's dispatch's. The
reply cf Cleveland is an insult to the intelli
gence of the American icop!c. For the min
w ho U t- bo at the head of this great nation
to stoop to double dealing in a light so trans
parent is humiliating. The subject of the
addrcs and reply is eh il ten ice reform. In
one breath Cleveland sas that 'there is a
class of goicrnmcnt positions which arc not
within the letter of the civil service statute,
but which are so disconnected with the
policy of an administration, that the removal
therefrom of the present incumbent;, in my
opinion, should not be made during the
term for which they were appointed s.olcly
on partisan ground-, nnd for the purpose of
putting in their places those who are in
political accord with the appointing power."
Hut in that cry next sentence- he makes an
exception under which etery office holder
in the United States, outride of a few clerk
ships, can be swept out and rtplao-d by
Democrats. His exception is that there are
many holding positions who were aithe
politician- in tlu interest of the Republican
party. As there is not a Republican officer
in the United States, hardly, who did not
lend his influence for the election of James
O. Illaine, of course Cleveland's exception
makes a clean sweep. AVhy not be openly
and manly instead of a sneak. How much
inoio commendable it would have "been to
tay: -"The people of the United States
elected mo as niDcmocrat to run a Demo
cratic administration, therefore 1 slnll put
Democrat iu office
THE OLD MAN
A ashinglon letter sas that tha an
nouncement that 31 r. Tilden. has engaged
hotel room-. litre for two weeks from ilarch
1 has caused much comment among Demo
i j wonder if he can be seeking tore
More relations with Cleveland so as to bo
able to dictate cabinet appointments nnd
other others. - Democratic congressman
from California, who knows Tilden inti
mately, seaking of the report, said: "3Ir.
Tilden lias Teixatedly announced his ntire
menl from nctheft'liti"-. aud for that TCa
son I !o not think ho vi!l come. Resides
he if qy'.te iullnn. and In no condition to
sustain the cxcit'-mcitl which such an oc
casion r.s the inauguration would naturally
produoe." An adverse word from Tilden fit
any time during the campaign vvouM hsvc
settled Cleveland' Inhh, and 'we fcan't see
why Ills Luckine-s should want to snub the
man w hose monev and brain came '0 i.ear
beating the Republican party in lSifi.
Ucccher, Intt SmJav in
rivmoutli chureb, attempted a ilelcnso of
lii& lato politiri fomcrMHilt. 1I jaiJ lie
stooi1 for GowJand, but tli.ii lie. rer-:ts
i:nvn ml vvonian's liosor jut ai mucli at
lie ever did. "j sucss lizabttli Tilton
would probably back the old gentleman in
that assertion. Oh, what n letting down
there has been for thU country what a
dark INbv lonisli picture risc up for the fu
ture. As for ltecclicr, he is ot the s itno cut
and pattern with the mail vv horn he tuppoi ted
for l'rcsidcnt, and his getting up now and
defvingthe membership of his church is not
at all surpruing. Poor Jlrs. Tilton and
poor 'Sirs. Ilalpin. They know nnd God
FIVE TOWNSHIPS THC MOST.
Tho Sumner County Press has been doim;
considerable bracking over Sumner county,
her wealth, population, etc That is all
right. Sumner is one of tho bt counties in
tho state better and greater than any county
in the state outside of Ho Arkan-as valley.
But when the Press comes to making com
parisons between Sedgwick and Sumner that
paper must not overlook the faci that Sum
ner, nevt to Butler, i the largest county in
this section; that Stunner lu ono hundred
nnd thirty-five thousand acre? of land more
than Sedgwick, which is a big difference.
Don't forget the Cherokeo strip.
Some fool, the biggest fool ve ev or read
after, and everybody vvill undrrtand letter
the full intent of such an a!rtion when we
tell them, that we arc in tho habit of read
ing the paper published across the well
no matter has been writing u letter from
"Wichita to the State Journal, touching the
attitude of the Democracy with reference to
the respective claims of Glick and Blair .
political bosses for Kansas under Cleveland
The editor of that paper cracks the jarty
whiji over the beads of .the t angry crew by
aving: To the would-lxs postmasters of
Leavenworth, Atclmon, "Wichita, tho road
to the positions is not in fightuig Glick.'"
"They talk about a woman's sphrre,
As though it had a limit;
There's not a place in earth or heaven.
There's not a tak to mankind giv en.
There not a blosingnor a woe,
Tlitre's not a whit per ves or no.
There's not a life, or death, or birth,
That has i feather's weight or worth.
"Without a woman ia it.
Grand ltapid Post.
RUSSIAN FRUITS FOR AMERI
A short review of Professor BuddV ".Bul
letin," appearing under the above title in
Xo SO of this paper, si eonstraid byfome
of our horticultural -correspondents as a
hearty endorsement by the writer of the re
v iew, of the view of Professor Cudd on this
question. To quote from n letter in hand :
There arc many agents now in our
state offering such fruit- at thu fabulous
prices of ?1 to SI.50 per tree," and they
"will use such articles as the one referred to
as an endorsement of their stock; and en
couragement for people to buy."
It was the intention of the writer of the
article in que-tion to offer only a bare state
ment of the contents of l'rofRudd's inter
esting little phamphlct, and mainly in the
Professor's own words. Unless such refer
ence to that work is itself an encourage
ment to the tree peddler, the only comfort
he would in iLe article in question would bo
found in the last paragraph, which, on sec
ond reading, has been found susceptible of
a misleading interpretation; although, if
read as was intended i. c., '-that the early
dissemination of trees of these varieties
among the. intelligent horticulturists of the
northwest will soon show to what extent
they are valuable, and how far the enthusi
asm of Mr. Jtudd is warranted," there
would be found but slender encouragement
to"the tree bin cr to nav the prices quo
ted. Moreover, the Kansas horticulturist, if he
lias read the rural pajicrs, and examined the
catalogues of the dozens of reliable nursery
men who Iiavc these trees to sell at usual
prices, will never be gulled by the misrep
resentations of the tree ticddler into paying
l to ?i.uu lor rare apple trees, Jiussian or
othervvi-e; forJie vvill know that they are as
rcadQy propag-ilcd and grown a- many
other v anctie-, and should nccordinjrlv be
sold at corresponding prices. Further, for
the tree buvcr who vvill not make use of
such onlinarv means of information there b
no school but exiKjriencc; and, if he does
not bnv Ru-siau trees at SI.50, he will pay
tiiat amount, many time- perhaps for some
other peddWs good- of equal reputation,
and his bank account will be no less light at
tiiceim i iiie year-, wunoiii encourage
Our friend, who i- one of the most promi
nent of. the horticulturists of tin state, a
well as candid and sincere gentleman, will
pardon n for publishing the following ex
tracts from hi letter, which routain facts
tint, while generally known among those
familiar with tho progress of horticulture.
mav be new to tome ot our readers.
"The introduction ot nearly 10,000 trees
of the Russian apples into this state some
ten vcars aso, and their absolute failure both
in tree and fruit, should be a lesson of cau
tion and n proof of their non-adaption to
our soil and climate. Some ten or twelve
cars ago the nursery firm of Ellwanger i
jJcrry, Rochester, N." Y., whose very name is
a suuicient guaranty tor honor, integrity and
intelligence with the horticulturitts of the
United States, thinking that there might be
something valuable to our people in tho
Rusciaa fruits sent an agent into that coun
try . who srent the entire summer among the
orchards for the purpose of selecting, during
tne iruiting season, sucn varieties as were
mot promising for introduction here.
Cions of such, numbering over 100 varieties,
were taken, and tried in their vast and most
thoroughly conducted experimental grounds
at Rochester; and these are the results ns
reached and published in their catologue for
1881, v iz: VVe have spared neither trouble
nor expeiis! to ascertain the true value of
the-e appli. After having fruited many
of them several times upon our grounds we
aroof tho opiiiion that few, if any, will be
valuable lor this or similar climates
where tbo choict-st apples can bo successfully
grown. Rat i i tho colder regions of thfs
coutlry, v.'beic- only the hardiest varieties i
succeed. tlr"v v.iil undoubtedly prove desir- '
able. Alt Hie sorts wlucn liavo borne Iruit
thus far are summer or early fall apples."
"Such is the verdict of a firm qualified in
every reflect for the experimentation as no
other firm in the United States i, and who
were even anxious to find a valuable acquisi
tion to our present lists even at great costs;
and I wouid further say that 1 am of the
opinion that the conclusion of that firm
upon this cla? of fruits has been the tauc
ot their exclusion from the catalogue of the
American Pomoiogical Society, as Mr. Rar
ry i- the chairman of its committee on thu
fruit list of the society.
"Tho conclusions of Messrs. KIlvv anger &
Barry have been reached by thorough tests
and after a period ofycirs which would en
able them to reliably" determine the charac
ter of the varieties under treatment, and
these conclusions, also, I presume were
greatly again't their cancelation-, and n
soro disappointment, ns many hundred of
dollars wcro invested iu the effort." Prof.
Popcnoc, in Manhattan Industrnli-t.
From Dcntou'a Spirit of tlia Turf.
Thirc nro but few of all the American
people who have the least conception of the
resources of Kansas Take the single pro
duct of corn, for cvample. "Who can tell us
how much of a train of cars il would take
to carry the corn crop of 1S8I to Xcvv York
city I I have not computed it, but one who
lia, informs me that if all the corn wa
loaded and put upon a railway train aud
transported ncros the country, when the
engine reached New York tho caboose
would be tho other side of the llockyjlouu
taiiu, bevond Denver. Kansas corn crops
a-? simply enormous; and this i one grand
reason vvhy Kansas is ruch a "pros
perous state. Kanvi ha? undoubtedly
won the fut place among tho corn
growing stated of America. Il is an
undoubted fact that Kansas ln this vcar
rai-ed C2,000,000 bushels more merchanta
ble corn than any other state. And, as corn
is kinr, Kansas is the king of the corn
growing -tali. If, then, corn
H king, wheat may be said to
be nuecn, and Kansas is moving her kinir
and queen upon tho great chess-board of
lliaM'iiinn unit it attf1lt ihiuil i.ihtinx a11
ij; uinvii uuu is aiiiuij v.niA.n lunwu tn
that moves against her. If Jacob were
alive to-day, he would undoubtedly scud his
children to Kansas to buv corn. Therefore,
thcrcis no doubt about the advantages of
Kunas ns a stock-grow ing state. Sloreover
tl.0 graes of Kansas nro not surpas-cd by
any of tlie western states, so it 19 not sur-
nn-inj; that he raises more horses than
Michigan, Kentucky. Illinois or Wisconsin.
K"tfii.a has alnavs been a stock
country. fcven before civilization
tlrovo the Indian and buffalo from its vast
plains, the buffalo and wild horse roamed
these great prairies in counties herds nnd
band, since which the cattle interest his be
come phenomenal. Hut, better tlian all, tho
Xew J-Jiglander nnd European have settled
upon the-e fertile acres and cut much of
this country into small farms of a few hun
dnJ. ncres, and industry, intelligence and
wealth grow apace. Xo longer a state with
men.lv possible greatness, it has already
achievjd distinction and an enviable posi
tion among the foremo-t farming and gras
ing state of the great west. And jet, in
view of the great harvest of 1681, and the
magnificent crops of tho past few years,
men can be found who emigrate to the lands
of starvation, having never heard an in
telligent and truthful report of Kanss.
"When the first governor was inaugurated
licrc, it was not known that apples could
grow in Kansas, l'iftccn j ears later Kansas'
fruit won the first place at the centennial.
Orchards and vinev ard nourish here. Kan
sas li between tho 37th and the 40th
parallels ol latitude, a di'tnet that is said to
control tno ucstimes 01 ttie slobetnc world
ovci- a parallel that lias been tho thread
ujion which jewels of wealth, plenty, luxury
and refinement have been hung from time
immemorial. The 37th parallel is the girdle
which the genii of civilization have spun
around tho sphere. Along it lio great cities.
Kansas is ngiit in tne very pain ot tnu pros.
pcritv. "With as fettile soil as lies out of
doors, and with a -.ilubnous cumate, it 1-
thercfore o nt abode for succes-ful men.
This wandering representative of Dunton's
Spirit of th( Turf cannot find words to fitly
portray one-half of tno advantages of this
ueliglitlut belt ot uous umv crs?, and must
therefore surrender tiie task to some unborn
tvpe of humanity.
The folluwin documrnt i
cd in MUEs$inpi:
"We. tLc underinel nicmlcr of tbe
colored race, and citizens of the tato of
3Iisitiprii, after mature deliberation upon
tlio dUcouraging and hoplei circurastancef
mrroundinR our race in thij tate and tlie
An J whervaf, the result of tbo late na
tional election, coupled with the manner in
which our stale elections are conducted
(most notahlr the last one) has caused u to
fully rellize tho insecurity of tho ri:hu and
privileges guaranteed by "the constitution of
the state and general jpjvornment, in conse
setjuence or which our people are threatened
with a general demoralization that may re
sult in agreat injury to them and the com
munity in general.
Therefore tro do hereby unite in a call for
a general iuaf convention, to convene in the
city of Jackon on the dav of January,
ISii It is earnestly dircJ lliat every
countv in the state hall be fully repre
sented. Tbe-punoscs of this cvhvention are:
First To accrtain tho true condition
and teelinjpj of our people in th several
Second To set forth our grievance in a
j.lain and straightforward manner.
Third To determine upon Use best course
of reJrcsi and finally devise some meani
forbettering our present deplorable con
Horse and Mule Market.
Special attention given to Horses and Moles on Consignment.
Liberal advancements on stock.
bring stock to and from cars.
head of stock most be as represented or money refunded. Title of
all stock sold guaranteed by the
Croswhite. Patton & Ruby, St. Louis; Maxwell Bro., St. Louis;
C. B. Frace, Pres't State Savings Bank. St. Joe, Mo.; S. S. Grant,
Kansas City; Joel Thomas, Kansas City; P. Podvant, wholesale
mule dealer, St. Joe, Mo.; Saxon National Bank, St. Joe, Mo.
Quotations Revised Weekly.
Homes The Iat week have improve tome. The demand has been tx-tter and everrthlnir lias
clianjreti that came in lint very little If any
Hcavv, Ultra Good ,.
Common arm HorsM .
re lias been considerable Innnirv
dealers. No rhan-'e in nre Old mules
i:.','tolllisiicl5!iisli,4toTtaroM.S 70a 751
II!, lur.'lo liich. 1 toTjearsolil !AHi:
13J; lianda high, J toTvtara old.... l.V)aloi
Growers and Packers of
Piatte Valley Sugar Corn tender, sweet and juicy. Ask your
BTOcer for it.
Conniiio Work", corner Fourth ami Patee Strcet3; Office, soul Invest cor
ner Thir.l aud Charles Streets, Si. Joxcph, Missouri. 116-3m
33 JfATX STREET,
Institution in the
Capital ani Reserves, May 7, '84
licit) 'j the Uir'jcst qualified indemnity o depositors of any bank in the
Does a Regular Banking Business in All Its Functions.
Loans Long-Time Foreign Money Largely Upon Satisfactory
Real Estate Security.
Wm.C. Woodman, Prcs. Wm. S. Woodman,
"The German Grocery"
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 11 Du
BUNNELL & ROYS.,
Agents A., T. &.S. F. R. R. Lands
Tlic 'jlilpft cstalllsliLHl real rstats Arm Id the
city. A large list or lotb city and country
pnilierty for sale at reanonaWc price.
Money to loaut 6 Per Cent
OUIt INSUIVXCE AGENCY.
Aetna, or Hartford ",1SK,CH
Gcrnu.n American, of New York 4.0fiS,9CS
Hartford, of Hartford 4,MI,3M
Home, of New York 7.4SS.615
Ins. Co. of Korth America, or flitla.. ,071,rai!
Ut. .1 I.on.1.. A Globe, or LlvenoI. 3.T71.9S3
rhcrnlx. of Hartford 4,1K.04
rrndcrwriters. of New York . 3.GB.T94
The Equitable Lire. orXew York.... SO.OOO.OM
EJ-Offieeln Itojt block, upetttn, over Bank
COK. ItOCOIS AX1 I.AVItKSC'K AVS
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer! In
And all xlnils of
Canon City, Trinidad and Osage
W. Va., McAlester, Fort
Scott, Cherokee, Rich
Hill and Pittsburg.
Linif, I'lasitr, Cenitot, Urifi. SiJewjlk asd
firrtrrC. Kip KtA ?cIe.n Ioncla av. !de
VIMIU. j n; Wattrt,bet lVuglasaixl Klnt.
IP YOU ARE OOIXQ TO BI.T A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
IMimoad rtn. Sieve Ccttont. ning. Watche.
ChalnorinfacteTerTthtrg.lt will pay
yon to go and tee
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, if ue hat anjthlneyon want, yon can save
money uv beting of htm- 0Todoor Treat
ofTtemont Iloae, net to Siederlander' land
olSee. 41 IViocU tvinne Ulctlta Karu.it.
" J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
WICHITA. - KANSAS.
Ttni ueoimy. ami
all Trrakneu of the
..r Ihilk t h I
5SyTkit. l-rice. one nackue.AfttrTklar.
1 ,.lic ror S. by mail, lire or pot. SItI
by all 'lrunrtti. 1'jur.j.Silet fre f everx appli
cant AiWrrj all coTumaticmtloa, to the pn
Srietor. the Murray Me.llclne Co.. SuiuuiT,
to xy kl In WIcblU. vholewl aad r
tall br AMrl'h A lUo-rn
GORDON & BUIS,
Men famished free of charse to
Auction sales every 'day. Every
chance la prices
Stretrs, extra SIISLISO
for mnlps thi tiaitt wp.L lint f.w ai,e M.t.t
dull and low.
U baadahich, 4 to 7 years old . K.'2 99
13 liandabiKb, 4 to 7 jeara old . IliillS
IGhandEhigh, tto 7;earaold .... lvntiio
the "Platte Valley Brand"
Cash. Wat. C. Woodman, Jr., t sst. Cash
HUSEY & KRCE3NE31'
C. B. NORTHROP,
ROYAL OIL COMPANY.
i'.irlKia, Ixlirialifli', Miisccd am!
TURPENTINE AND GASOLINE.
Coal, Oil and Gasoline (lrllrcre! to all parts or
i usi?! t- T c"r wk!,iu' Kan,M-
Machine Shop !
NEAR lltON BKIUOK.
R. McPARLAND, Propr.
E X T U N
Douglas AreHur, Hear. (pel.
Grain and Produce Commission
Chicago markt report received eterr nftf en
mlnutm from au a. si. to 3 JO r. v. OSiec
unJer Cltlxcns Ilauk. Wichita. Kansas. Ural
trs In grain and iio.!dcc invited to make mj
office their headqnarters. tl-J-tt
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Huntinc outfits rented on roubIc tennt .
H. F. FRIEND & CO.,
LAND AND LOAN AGENTS.
We Buy, Sell and Exchange
Real Estate of all kinds.
Choice Farm Property and
Large Tracts of Grazing
Land a Specialty.
We Loan Money on Real Estate,
Personal and Chattel
Short Time Loans Prefered.
Ofice liJ Doula Avenue.
WICHITA. - KANSAS.
W. L. McBEE,
Sedgwick County Abstracter.
At tract or title compiled on hort ooUc.
Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance.
CT Repreeeatic seven of the Uirwt com-
pwu ll io ironu. ju-u
GREEK'S S STAGE!
Greea now run adUlr tXafe from Kingman
i to nxaft, rraii lecier. aaa
M Water, CeiaiAe Ciutj!
Thi U ia fact the oalv direct route to
CotJ Water. A blc bourn Uitr, wild lenty or
.iMAat UjmI, the beat oa earth The Caatoo
ball nU too there tare Jar. d aider :ho aay
oiiwr war. The Caaoontall' leave Klaccua
after breaknutaaJlamU yon 11 mile tt la
on dav. aoJ chaafu barm every elfkt aUle.
Leaves Klsgmaa at J a. m . arrive at Mrs
tocaatrxm .at ITatlCectratli-p ra aJ
at Oohl WateratSp. m., ant doeo tkla every
amZZaTS LIVRT RA1U
' '- -'.-.'.' ' f ATI!
AND THE THE TO MI
At a-Great Losslo thtfDealer j
Is when the trade fat Seasonable Goods
"We SHALL SELL at the Most SweepingSReductions,
At such prices that the lightest purse can reach them
that six weeks ago were sold 37 1-2 per cent, higher. It is
to stand it. Come and see us for we can PLEASE YOU IN
and at figures that no one will compete.
We are the Cheapest Dry Goods
N. B. Take
MULNIX &. ALDEN,
Awlhtnem k Comaiisiion Ifrchasls,
208 Douglas Avenue, Wichita,
ell and buy bankrupt stocks, and fnrnlsh auc
tlfinrer for all klmls of sales. Slork of pxl
closol ont un short notice, llest references glv-
ta. Call on or address,
MULNTX & ALDEN,
Aoctloaeer, 2fe Donglas At., Wichita, Kan.
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OrFICE 100 DOUGLAS AVESUK
Ofer rtarnei Drof Store.
Largest Apcy in lie Yalley.
BOCK & -VnTETjjLS.
UNION IEAT IABKET!
X3- EverythlaK kept in a
7th and 8th Additions
Thl la the moat desirable reaUraot proparty
Pricoe Low. Terms Easy.
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 A 138 MAIN St.
Eejltlenc on Lawrese A vans, near Ceatrr 1
Avenne. rot-O0ke Dox - If
Pioneer Lumber Man
L Cosolflte Suck of Pice Lubmt.
C Ojfa rri MATvtrrref. Kerr
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors & Builders
RICK AN STflHCI"
Partie tlMlriM Uealk f WU.UI& t-
flzg ot all ih will d w2 to !! aa4frt
prion. Lv onlr t W. p, Stn or o I
tavnmn v aosth of DraalM . -t-J-U I
tg Buy a Sleigh
. ,And'On tHis Principle
Cloaks, Undei;vear, Blankets
ii'i -it ',--.
the plank walk one door north
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
THIS IS NO HUMBUG SALE
We mean just what we hay,and we positive
ly state that our entire stock will be sold at
prices that will interest all close cash buyers.
B. P. HOVBY & CO.
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is about over.
and get the same goods
a loss, but we are willing
PRICE AND QUALITY,
21 Main Street.
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Stock all good and
There is a fine opportunity in this grow
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For information call at office of
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trade well established.
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