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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 1886.
M. M. MURDOCK, Editor.
SUXDA.T MORNING. MAY 2.
TO THE REPUBLICANS OF SEDC
After consulting with leading BepnMicans
from Jill parts of the county, it U thought
that it is unnecessary to hold primaries and
a, county convention to elect delegates to at
tend the congressional convention, held at
Great Band on the 12th insi., there beicjjEO
candidate before the convention except the
Hon. Samuel K. Peters.
Tho I!publican central committee will
meet at the offija of the probate judje on
tho 8th day of ily, at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of appointing delegates to attend
Members of the committee are expected to
bo present, and all llepublicans&re cordially
invited to attend and take part in selecting
delegates. E. B. Jewett, Chairman.
M. S. ItociiEUE, Secretary.
Secretary Walton last ereninj; issued the
following call for tho Republican stato con
vention: A delegate convection of the Republicans
of Kansas is hereby called to meet in tho
house of representative) at Top ka, Kansas,
on Wednesday, July 7, 188C, at 4 o'clock p.
m., for the purpose of nominating candidates
for the following state office, viz:
Associate Justice Supreme Court.
Secretary of State.
Treasurer of State.
Auditor of State.
Superintendent Public Instruction.
Also to select a Republican stato central
The basis of representation for counties
in said convention shall be one delegate and
one altaraate for each 400 votes cast (and
one delegate and one alternate for each frac
tion of 200 and over) for the Republican
candidate for secretary of state at the elec
tion held in November, 1884, and one dele
gate and one alternate for each unorganized
county, or county organized since said
election of 1881, according to tho following
County. Votes. Del,
3IcI'neron . . . .
Nets ..... ....
Itaulins 198 1
Reno 2145 5
Republic 2322 G
Rico 1645 4
Riley 1721 4
Rook 1013 3
Russell 781 2
Saline 1958 5
S3dgiick , 3450 9
Shawnee 6044 15
Sheridan 97 1
Smith 1731 2
StaUord 743 9
Sumner. 3501 4
Trego 409 1
Wabaunsee 1539 4
Washington 2735 7
Wilson 2036 5
Woodson 1180 3
f Wyandotte 3159 8
$ Total 155078
l". UNOEOANIZED, OR ORGANIZED bINCE 1884.
-i Cheyenne 1
. Clark 1
. Comanche 1
Hamilton '. 1
St. John 1
Tho time and place of holding primaries
and county conventions to choose delegates
to said contention is left to the discretion of
county central committees, though it is ad
Vfeed that no convention be held later than
The chairmnn and secretary of each conn
ty convention are urged to forward by mail
a lUt of delegates and alternates as soon a
chofen, to the chairman of the stato com
mittee at ToptLn.
Uy order of the Republican state centr.il
P. L Roneiirake, Chairman.
Wirt W. Walton-. Secretarv.
Topeka, Kan., April 2S, 1SS6.
JAY GOULD AND TAFFY.
The Wichita KaOLK of yesterday con
tained a mn.tcrly and well written article in
defence of Jay Gould. The views ol the
editor of the" Eagle on the subject are
sound, jet when we know that Wichita cx
pt ct th great monopolist to to wonders
for tb-ir city, the great leader can be con
sidered as oao ot ilurdock. great taa"v adds
fcr bis hobby Wichita. He could take the
other side ot tho question and produce as
pood or Utter article. All will admit that
Gould ha done much good for the couti
try, but hi; icSucncn lor injury isjuttus
strong, and the injury side ot hiiii seems to
predominate just now. Harper Sentinel.
We aic all t-eltUh, of coun-e, and a
town ami communities arc but segre
gations of selfUh iuiHviiluaK town
anil communities are thcrviorc for
themselves first. Wichita is a frk-n.l
to Mr. Gould because Mr. Gould fin-t
took a friendly and, maybe, seltih,
interest in Wichita. But we desire
to 6ay to the Sentinel that what we
said about Mr. Gould in that article
was not tally, hut our cool, unbiased
judgment. He is an American
from his boot soles to the top
of his wonderful head and
believes in America and. su the
American way of doing thing, Slav
ing no ue for cfeto Europe or lior
way of doing things, therefore, is
opposed to tho imported methods of
her communistic and nihilistic rene
gades who como to this couutrv to '
?";. ,., r.
.jay wuiu --, iiu uu icn j cam ago j
WU a roor boy, a very poor boy, un-1
tier the institutions of his native land,
a land where rail-splitters and
canal-boat drivers become statesmen
and presidents and a blessing to their
fellow men, struck out for himself.
Being poor and without education he
worked from twelve to sixteen hours
a day and then put in a portion of
every night in acquiring knowledge
from books, mastering smonjr other
things civil engineering unaided. This
acquitment put him into the line of
railroad building. He made his first
money by taking an old broken down
railroad and building it up until it be
came of great value to the country
through which it ran and to the
owners. Then he did the like thing
for another road whose stock was sell
ing for ten cents on the dollar. He
never touched Wall street nor its
stocks until Wall street attempted to
bear the stocks of the road he was try
ing to make valuable to himself and
the communities thev ecrved. If he
beat Wall street and its combinations
and horde of speculators the results
of thoie triumphs were put into new
railroads, put directly into the hands
of the laborers and producers of this
country. Hc.ucver hid away a dol
lar or tied it up in a bond except for
brief times when great combinations
of men were trying to destroy him.
His money has goue into the iron
mines, into the rolliug milU, into the
car-shops, soue to tho tie-cutters and
graders, and to the thousands of men
who, us officials, clerks, conductors
and trainmcu directly operating the
Hues which he stands at the head.
No, Mr. Sentinel, I hero was no
taffy. If Mr. Gould should"rctire be
fore the threats of the labor organiza
tions, and he and all the thousands of
men interested in his lilies, withdraw
their money and tie it up in United
States or in European bonds, aud
these be followed by the proprietors
of nil the other important material in
dustrics, and the great shops of the
country should be closed and the tac-
torics deserted, what would labor
gain? There is not one factory in a
Hundred in America touu5 largo or
binall, which can afford ten hours' pay
foreight hours' work without charg
ing rnoro for the product of such
factories. If more is charged who
pays it but the consumer? And who
is the laborer but a rousumcr oUo?
Capital is notoriously timid, and
while Mr. Gould, with his
pheaomiual backbone, may stand
up to the racket and stand by his in
dustries, though mobs burned and de
stroyed indiscriminately, hundreds
and thousands of others will dimply
hide their capital, clo-e their fehop"-,
and if matters gut too threatening lly
America in her progross, in her
wealth p.ud prosperity, in her stato
lnan-liiji, in her arts, and e-pecUlly in
sciences ai.d inventions is the won
der of the world and the phenomena
of history, and what America is toils
with all these cuumcratcd things, st.o
owes to her ppor bow, under just
such in:entives and iulljcuces as de
veloped the Uowcr, the Lincoln, the
Goulds and GarlicM the inveutort
the statesmen and the industrial pi o
niolers. Mere an; no crown, no en
tailed estates and ni aristocratic
bloods, or law to eel down on Mich
boys, and oniy because they were
of the common peopl?; and, when
America either becomes what Europa
is now an ariitocr.itic heridity; or
what the etriken; are ak ng a mere
machine, of which llenh hihI blood
shall be parts, then we will not only
not hive rail-eplitters lor presidents
aud poor boys grow up a strong men
at the head of great interests, but
Aiiicrjca will not be America.
SENATOR PLUMB'S SPEECH.
Seuator Plutnb'i speech, a s-yiiopsis
of which appeared in our dispatches
two or three days since, upon thu bill
appropriating !WOO,000 forttio trans
portation of the United States mails
on the ocean under American Hags
aud on American built ships, was not
only one of the soundest as to doc
trine but comprehended a solution for
much of tho troublo now nlllictiug
the country. American commerce of
the seas ha3 well nigh gone to the
dogs aud our ship yards are descried,
while England and her colonics are
putting forth uuusual cflorts to make
themselves stroujjcr ill this direction.
His idea that some of tho millions up
on millions of dollars now annually
being thrown away upon So-called
river improvements could be mo.c
profitably employed and expended in
taking caro of the commerce of the
seas meets our hearty approbation.
Our senator held thu senate with his
stirring and eloquent speech which
was largely m the interest of labor.
To theelltorortho Kaglt:
The prospects for n droughty rea
son is very favorable. Since the snow
melted away no rain has fallen here
except a few sprinkling-;, barely tiilli
cietit to lay the dust. That enemy of
all growing crops, the chiutz bug, has
also made its appearance. A good,
soaking rain aud cool weather would
dispo?e thoM! evils.
Mr. W. B. Lute?, sold his interest iu
the coal business to hit. partner, Mr.
Dr. Shannon is building ati addi
tion to his store, occupied by E. V.
J. D. Wolf and Tim Wiugert went
to Ktchtield, Morton coutm,lat Tue-
daj to look at the couutrv.
Mr ti. Koch chipped tno car-loads
oj uuj;s isus uiuru.ng, oi WUlcIl one
car wa the best ever shipped from
here, and for which Mr. Koch uaid
5-3.00 per 100 pounds.
Mrs. Orth has now left thU town
for good. She let t the two bovs for
Mr. Orth to raUe, while the will take
care of th girl. Peace will now rcin
in that part of ton it wticre they re-
The Cheney dramatic club will p!a
"Among the Breaker' Saturdav.Msv
1st at the riuk. Investigator.
"Kansas Kcligiou," of which the
Champion makes a specialty, is grow
ing. In 1S79 the state ot lvsnsas con
stituted but one Methodist conference'
the state is now divided into four!
Yesterday it was decided that Kuiu
should be divided into three Catholic
dioceses, tho sec being Leaenworth
Concordia and Wichita. This will
call for new bishops. The vernacular
of BirhopFink is German; we presume
tne native tongue oi tne bishop o
Concordia will be French, while thi
tno natiTO tongue of the bishop of
koncoLa 5.1.11 . He trench, while the
bishop or uichita, ruling over an in
teusclv "native 7 region, el
region, should be an
American born. Champion
For the Eigle.
They walk betike us amy by day,
sometimes in guise of bearded men,
They lift the care and beartach from our way
With love and strength beyond our ken.
Oftimes as woman silver-haired with years
Tbey soothe our griefs, and minister our
Upon her breast are dried tho mourner's
And burdened souls oft feel her kindly
Aagels unawares! Ab, few the homes where
they are not!
We sun us in their loveliness and truth.
Familiar faces in childhood's well-remembered
That shine like star-gleams from the land
But oftencst with baby hands they come in
With pure eyes innocent of guilt or sit.,
To an erring wrld God's best gift from the
They steal oar hearts and homes within.
We watch them in their wondering delight,
e seek to guide them on the heaven
Wo do not see their wings till plumed for
They leave us stricken; turn to night our
God ope our eyes! Clear worldly mists aw Ay,
mat we may see the angels tender, Tond,
That walk beside us on life's dustv wav
Kre vet thev plume their wings for tho
M. E. Lease.
To the Editor or the Lagle:
Your correspondent feels justified iu
asserting that the time is not far
distant, when this place with its heal
ing waters and more than attractive
location will become the most desirable
summer resort in Kausas. Already
the fame of its waters is not unknown
to the outside worid, while the cures
and relief it has given to hundreds
who have visited the place speak in
the highest praise of its virtues. There
are seven dlfierent springs all within a
circle of twenty-five feet, and each
having their peculiar healing proper
ties, aud the visitor can quad from the
combination of all if ho wishes or any
siuglc one as best suits their case. The
baths arc under the careful manage
ment of Mr. A. II. Ruckwaltcr,a geu
tlemau who understands the business
thoroughly, and ate supplied from the
combination, or the sevru different
springs, aud if takcu with the advice
of a competent person or a physician
they will prove a most delightful and
luxurious method of combattinif obsti
nate complaints. Nature has given
the springs ana their surroundings a
peculiar charm of beauty and pictur
csqucuess that combined with the
handiwork of ait, will even make the
place prcteiiiiticutly a summer resort
lorhealthaud pl,aurc, the possibili
ties of which cinuot now be fully es
timated. The town itsell N a pretty
village of about two hundred neat and
taty hou-fs, built on an elevation
more or le-n rolling, which impress s
thu visitor quite fiivorably with the i
opportiuiitv it gives lor .-cuing tho
Eurroiiudiiigco'.iutrr, whiiti from miv
point on the in-iiu birect a sweeping
vie can bo bad of the Aikaus.s
river, with its thick! timoeicd hauL
lor miles in cither irtction.
ll.iilroad fttcilic'c- are now a-.Mir.'t
for the tov. u,&ud the grade of the
Kansas City and Sciiitiiwc-leru 5- com
pleted t- iht point an 1 in .line tr.ii'n
will he riinii'tig , iiie i-piiiu-. ().i
ing to thi l.ict prtpsratiu!i ;t:
beini; m.ido for cx'uu&ivt! im
provement? mi :.!t.ot every di
rection, aud incrensed accommodation
for viMIoh will be m-.ik- at onca. Tbe
Grand Ccitr! hotel, the le.iding nno
of the pi c".Im. been refitted through
out this spring a.id is now pi'u lor
the season. Mr. It. U. Love, formerly
of Xewton, aud n hotel m.in of large
experience is tho proprielor.
Wichita is already represent 1 with
a circle of six at the hotel, but o ring
to the fact that some wWli to reiuiiu
incog, wo will not mention any names.
A brief outline of the business iuter
crls at the springs i as follows:
Dry goods and groceries, J. D. Cald
well, J. II. Jones, J. J. Asher, Slack &
Young. Drill", Honey & Caldwell.
Hardware,, U.S. Goss. Harness mak
er, D. W. Wcaster. I'estauraut, Jas.
Stincr; meat market, Scroggs & Wil
lard; livery and sale btahles, James
Biggs, D. A. Mclnlyre; pool and bil
liard ball, Geo. Ferris; boots and shoes
Bailey & Wilday; Furniture, E. K.
Wade; real estate, O. M. Bixler; Pho
tographer, S. A. Shcpard. E. L.
The St. Louis and Emporia Acquired
by the Missouri Pacific.
Tomorrow, May 1, tho Missouri Pa
cific will acquire possession, under
lease, of the tit. Louis aud Emporia
railroad, extending lrom Butler, Mo.,
to Kincaid, Kan.; passing through
Plcasautou and Mouud City anil mak
ing connection with the Kiusas City,
Fort Scott aud Gulf. The line has
been operated independent!); is 51.1
miles iu length and is an important
acquisition. The general officer of the
company aro located at bmpona,
Kan., with the following officials:
C, Hood, gencrai manager; J. C. Car
penter, superintendent, aud A. W.
btillwell, general freight and passen
ger agent. Tomorrow the officials of
the Missouri Pacific will assume con
trol of the operations of the line,
everything being in rcadiucss for the
transfer. The principal importaurt
attached to the acqui-ilion of this
proper y by the Missouri Pacific is its
strategic value, mid the fact that com
petitive lines are thin shut off 1-oni
-('curing it. It is directly in the line
of territory upon which all eyes arc
now turned, and i another evidence
of the tact and far seeing abilitv of the
Missouri Pacitic management. Globe
Democrat. senator Plumb hs douc a bold, a
brave thing. Within the year, since
the first of January, he has returned
perhaps five hundred passes of railroad-
aud other fi eight and
other transportation iiues. and
which were tendered in a compliment-
arv wav. lo the companies be paid
hi- compliment-, -aying that he con
ceived the iuteityt- bf the people for
bade his acceptance of the lavors pre
sented. Tin? not of the junior United
Slates seuator from Kan-as has
reached us privately aud with a pur
pose entirely remote from publicity,
but wc conceive that it docs hlin
proud. Senator Plumb has made his
way up from the walks of poverty,
and the prond position he oc
cupi today before the
American people he has at
tained through individual exertions.
And in the accumulation of large
wealth which has been attained
through legitimate and honest effort,
he retains hi native good cn-o aud
continues to espouse the iuterests of
the masses a? acain't encroaching
powers. We think it wa- a fortunate
day when Kansas elected Preston B.
Plumb United States senator. lie
brings no dicredit upon the state in
this, her cvcnttul renown, but he end
John J. Ingalts reflect luster upon us
as a commonwealth second to none
other of the great sisterhood. In a
way, to employ a trite expression, the
senators from Kansas are "wav np" in
the estimate of the country, "and it
pleases us greatly to b able to record
this last act of Jir. Plumb as an inde
pendent, fearless man and otncial.
The Grand Opening of
New Store Enterprise
Which will take place
We will display the choicest line of
Fancy Goods, Etc.,
Ever exhibited in Kansas, at
107 Douglas ave, Eagle Block.
Bear this in Mind.
Date of Opening will be announced in the Daily Papers.
To the Citizens of Wichita and Vicinity:
By order of the FIRE INSURANCE AND SALVAGE CO.,
of St. Louis, Mo., there will be sold regardless of value, at
retail, in Citizens Bank Building, 102 West Douglas ave., next
door to Citizens Bank, commencing Tuesday, April 27th,
until closed out, an immense stock of
Ladies & Gents Underwear,
Hosiery Notions, Etc.,
Mostly saved in good ordersome slightly damaged by
Smoke,-:-Fire -:-and -:-Water
At Any Price.
This is the Greatest Fire Sale ever known
in Wichita. Call and be convinced, at
102 WEST DOUGLAS AVE., Next Door to CITIZENS BANK,
FIRE INSURANCE AMD SALVAGE CO.
LARIMER ! STIN80N,
132 JVIain Street,
Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Parasols, Fans,
EAKXERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
All the Latest- Styles.
We do not offer baits; our prices are always
OUR STOCK OF
Boys and Children's Clothing
0NE-PKIC3 CLOTHIEHS. EATTEB3 AND FUENISHEES.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Spectacles, Etc.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired by Skillful Workmen.
Engraving of All Kinds.
145 JJXHT ST.
These Lots are close to the city limits, and aro lying between
Central Ave. and 2nd Street, east
CHEAP AND ON
No College, Union Depots or Machine Shopa are to be built on
them. For Terms, apply at
BUTLER & FISHERS HARDWARE STORE
NO 110 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
$350 Given Away,
To Painters and others who buy
A 1 ab as t in
The best finish for "Walls
White and your choice of twelve Tints. Clteaper and better
paint, kalsomme or paper Disinfects and prevents diseases.
A permanent walL finish. Call or write for sample card
and copy of "ALABASTIXE AGE."
a t ,-m?Tmr
Contractor and Builder.;" THE v-owest rates
Ifltc tM Skip 349 Hala street
tlrrt-etoM work at Lowart rr.ota. Tafitao '
faratatod atect Mfias WICHITA .Kl.
VAIL & CO.,
Retail Dealer In
of town. These lota are for sale
and Ceilincs in the world.
Farms & City Property,
GL07Z2 k ALLZS,
a? DonTlaaa Ar- - Hoeeu asd S.
Crowds, Crowds of People Rush. the Popular
To secure more of their unheard-of bargains. Our bu)'er having just returned from the
market where he secured many lines of goods at FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR,
enables us to place the following articles on sale:
500 doz col'd bor'd Napkins, 2o
never sold for less than 8c.
Don't dely; while wo have &
large quantity .nevertheless
they will not last long.
Fancy Pongee Silk kerchiefs 17c
5000 yds imported sattesns
never sold for lees than 20c
will ba sold at the
this week for
Jnst secured another lot of
6517 yds of Lawns to be
sold - at 2 l-2c a-yard
5 cases more of that of those
Tireless and Restless WalleilSteill & Collll.
JUST RECEIVED, AN IMMENSE LINE OF FANCY TIDY TOWELS,
MAP SHOWING LOCATION OF
Englewood, Ks, and Eagle City
IN THE PUBLIC LAND STRIP.
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lyyfr o r a d o " I iT, r
Afl J jA .mas o A M ?LA ! s v sXc
t-iv vro brl i c 4R$f'-& . S3s
I rw-y N p s L4 7
1 " y$sJ I TB1in COMI! terJuVory"
ME X IO ILV1!.1XKY 7;f;5CX
ity' ot! -S-- - r iiiJ.r, "
The Stir of Hie Western Kmpire I ric
Hirijfiut'ly situated near the wooJeil bank
of the Cimmaron Hirer, In the center of a
lar anil beautiful allcy the grandest
wheat, corn anJ grass grculns country in
the world; destined to lie the great rail
road, commercial and inaimfjctiirin centre
ot Miniiy sontlicrn Kama, because of nat
ural surrounding, licautiful location, and
the many railroad now projected and build-
Ing towanl it, bcins as it Is the Mipplyln;;
and ojtfitting point for the vcv Oklahoma
olthe wet. "The public land rtrlp,"wliicb
extend-100 miles to the couth and Meet and
which compri-cs tho moit wonderful crain
and -ra't producing soil on the clobe, N
the great cattle field In the wc-t. o other , ci5 Utn a population of about WO. Wo
town in western Kansas I so favor- have over 100 good buildins.,some of which
ably situated to become a large city, and H are the ho,t thn caD ht foun(l on or oa- the
cannot be disputed that hnglewood holdi railroad In we.crn Kansas. Wc have now
the key to the commercial trade or a T,astIlniIer construction several good brick
area of untold and ever increasing wealth; buildings; one echoothouso to cost fT.OOJ;
It propecti are unequalled, and its rise tnk building, SOxW) feet; one business
and progress bldi fair to be unparalleled In hou.e. WxlCO, two stories; one church
the hinory of this western country. building, good sire; .ViO.000 brlek
Engle wood will not wait years for a slow will soon be burned to flni.li tke build
increase of population to bring it Into no- , ng named. Wc hale now completed one
tice, as hundreds of other cities have done, otel, with 42 rooms, costing tS.WO, and
New Tailoring Parlors.
For Men's Wear.
Everything' New and Stylish..
Gi v me a Cail.
R L. BOSTICK,
Eoble Block, East Dougles Avenae.
Two More Days !
Thursda and Friday, ending Saturday, May 1
of the Great Hat sale in Werner Block.
This is Positively
YOTTK LAST CHAJSTCE
To get a Hat at less than Half Price.
We are determined to close ont the balance of our stock
NIC0LAI & MICHAELIS.
The Largest Retail Hatters in the West
"H)Q-ra7"KP T")0ra7"NH H)Q-WKP
GO TI1E riUCES AT THE
1 -- -r
i JUfUlAi. IJOSTOiX "I- QTOKE.
F ln nvnnl 9 a jvm w a&n
very loEff at our preSent low prices, but hero they go still lower:
,$1 59 black Gros Grain Silk for 98o
, Our complete line of Silk Surahs for 93c cood valueat 31 25
i In transit. 3450 yds Dress eiiks which will be placed in stock on
i arrival at iioc a-yara.
! Another lot of $1 25 Lace Curtains for89ca-pair
AU shades of Silk Dotted Veiling at 8c a-yard. 10c Crinolino at 6C
20c Selicia fcr lie a-yard. GoffB Braid 8c.
Skirt Steel 7c a set, sold everywhere at 15c.
' Balding- Spool Silk, 100 yds, all shades 8c.
2500 yards white oorded Pique, at 5c a-yard
6 eksins Silk Plcss for 5c A 25c wire Hair Brush for 14c.
15c Hand Mirror for 6c 25c Hand Mirror for 9c
' She ha natural adiantaze. railroad re
coining, her dctiny 1. tniped with prog
rcs" and oucce-i, and !)r lnlndi that the
people ba!I know It. We want no broken
down bankrupt IndUlduaU, but we wel
come Iiie men and women with tnerr
and pu-h from rery land, and wc will
make It their Intercut to cat their lot with
u. You may do well where you are, but
you can do bettcrherc. Wc unlir-ilatlnsly
htate that Knglewood I bound lo be the
next sreat cat'le khlppin point in the
et. The cattle klnjf of thl kcctlon of
country represent projierty worth milltunn.
Wo want wholeiale and retail botie of
e cry kind to locale at Knclcwood. From
j thin point you can cll good loi a largo t r-
rltory south and mil. t ome at oner uo
not wait till the railroads, now buildlnc.
arrive. You can make money now. both on
goou anu me rapiu nicrca.e oi an me resi
estate you may buy at present.
AVc liac an incorporated city of the 3d
w w a a & 4 44 a h.1 aaII .m. S
one opera-houte eo.t fA,f; to-tUyi
we are only one year obi W arn proud
ofoiir.urcr., and can falthruBy jy that
wo liao ho rlal. If you drlr to Ri j
vrol. rome to Knslewoi"! whe r tlnre ar j
excrllent opportunities lr btulnr .. of alt
kind; where you en .eciir y u bom or '
town lot or farm at a fraction of i ril i
alue Y ay rome to Knglewood while J
the opportunity nwalt toii. and .retire one !
o' the greatest of all Miin& a K!
1 like Ihe KnRlewooI tare t lwlte
CHr and rnti will land in llnrtanood.
Klliy-dre mlle Jn ten hour. Stage runs
dally. 1. O. lteynobl Is proprlatsr of the
Kor Information reardlnij tb wantrr
.n.lil. ,,ldr,. It II ltn.li .Mlirt nf
Knjsiewood Town oopany, Clark county,
Public Luml Strip.
A goernmfnt town site loeatl for tn
Oovcrnment IjimI Ofile of a new district
to be located shortly by Congress. It Is a
sufficient guaranty of ucrt to nienlien a
200 Pozen! 200 Dozen!
Slimmer Caps, oc! 5c!
Boys' Straw Hats, 15c!
Manhattan Olothnig Co.,
Herman & Hkss, Proprietors,
LEADERS OF STYLES
We carry a full line of spring work consisting cf
Carnages, Phaetons, Jump Seats,
Surrys. Park Wagons, Buggies and Road Carts. We Inve 2
threat variety of styles, aid will make prices to suit the times.
Kelly, Alexander Rahrn,
123 Market Street
Will Delivcd Ice to any part of the City.
Order by mail or give order to
Drivers of our wagons.
S Beine established agenU for the
Uarsest Glassware and linwaro
manufacturers in the world wo
are enttDiea to
Both departments will be in read
iness in a few days. Whfce visit -
POPULAR BOSTON S FORE,
Don't fail to examine our NOTION
COUNTERS where you wjtl find
Small Wrcs ranging from lc up,
sold by our Imitators for 3 times
Han hit on one price to everybody
whether rich or poor; voa will ce treated
rEerjthIng mxrkol In pUtn figure
Workcrs for Trade.
few cmr of prtU latrtnI Hon I!-'.'
ilolph Htttlehi, president, wtto ' rtpr
tentative In U Kana IcfisUlurt It t
W.lknr. vlf -itf-l!tnt. c-fsl-t' r I cttnl
8lal. I Jtxl offlte. U'tdrtU, kat II (i
Toler, trurrr ins nrrury, W ha,
Kn.; ex-(loriMir (HUk, r Top k Kau
Hon. K. T. UIHfll, of Kidman K -n , anil
trl Mliefs, all mruifc of tun ,m
'ion ran rr lo In J'kI r '
trUns tatltillnsr tberwin. 'or r-'rrn-i
toloaatloil and rHrol pfplt w il
lfrr )ou to tb te twp. .-!
Ot). Take lb TusmI stage at U
City, wbleb "HI Urui W1 at I .e
near r id tun erstk stays slatiu. S la rs
(Hitliwpst of Heaver wk t-rc -'j th
North Canadian rlter. OI. !'ur(is u Is
praprletor of th stage Hn.
Kor Inrtruatlon rejirdlor l,a.1' .It
alt on i'"ZZ, assistant seersUty uf fowb
sS, or addrssc
H. G. TOLFR.