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Comrew.clnc MONDAY. OCTOBER th.
rrcsgctnmtof HicCliainili:? Little C mn'culcnnc,
x alist and Queen oi Protean fjtai,
MISS KATIE PUTNAM.-
Written for the I'aclc.
"THE ijklati:;) BXHD.
Say, dearest Eagle, just one word
Concerning your belated Bird.
Almost ea ,h day since Iwas born
I've lead your bird at early morn;
This being our custom lor long yeans,
hy, whjii it doosii't coaii, the tear.
Will sarins up in our eyes,
And, gazing through the:n to the skies.
We w.itek each Hitting object pass
And watch aud pray until, alas!
Tiio noon hour comes; then night
Approaches: still no Bird in sight.
.Then to our lonely couch retire
And wonder it the newsy flyer
Has lost its way; or if a pinion
Jiroke again. Tis our opinion
v"oui berter hatch witii incabaior,
As each day brings the Eagle later,
iiiio-. out chat luulea notion new:
fhiow in an incubat-or two.
Throw in live hundred thou -and egg--5
At uishr, and stand it on its lo-r.s
Before the lire; then keep it stirred
Liu j. re, ana l.ot Hie wooden Uird.)
Then, in the morning ere the sun
Peeps up above the homo.),
llai-o up the lid and take a peep
And listen: If the Eaglets cheep
Wiry, they're hatched. Then haste and feed
Thobi:ds and forth with lightning bced
Jiend them, and let hungry thousands read.
IMt ELIil I XAKY h i:a king.
BENEVOLENT IfOSlH AND HOSPITAL.
Supported Lj i ei Ercc!
...I ENA, THE MADCAP.
Tit.- Ju evening,.
Aln.issii.n - - - 10 anil T'cts.
Ji st- I icuii without eylm charge on juli at the
L.ildiillLbcK nkt Rm.itJfl imiiiilutr.
L. IX. CKAWrORD. llANACl.r.
One Night Only,
SVTCRDAY. OOTOKKll S7H.
Ho;.- Jlnea Lla In Langliter. J.
1 WO .TORNK.
Iuu From IVrfituiInK to End. A Ripple, Hnrefclrsar !n"
to Laughter nud Uiirj.l!ii5 Into a
Stream of TMlarliy.
THE TWO JOH.V-s Oili.uY COMPANY!
ii 1-nrgest aud Kunr.let in K.-.lster.co-Ir.tro-
d clns Kany Special 1 IcalnR Postures,
:-g!os, Medlfs Unncc', lioiellles.
A. Q S-AlIliOX.
Itcwn eJ 'ol on fai
1'. ?-I. Kteper, iho is charged with forg
ing a check oa 'the Wichita National
bank, was given a picliminaiy hearing yes
lo;cay before Justice Thomas, and bound
over fcr tlie district gQp"-
3fr. J. G. Tacey, manager, makco the fol
lowing report for the .; cok ending October
Total clearings SSOo.yj.K-lS
Total la.st v. eel: :;:(l,0 15
About 'S-.'-lO j'estcrday aflernouii the fire
bell gave an alaim. The hose carts were'soon
on the streets in search of the flames. The
alarm had been sent in from a house of ill
reputo foradvcrti-Ing pnii)03CC5. It is the
fourth time that infamous establishment has
lcsoi'ted to advertising itself in that way in
t ho last six months. They alw aj-s choose a
day when tho city is crowded w ith people.
the livly days in
All the leading streets and avoimt.
L-Aantly crowded with people wore
along, l.ot out on a sti oil for their
Yesterday was one of
health, but looking after business matter?.
The many business houses vere ciowded
Arilli people teeking Li.i gains. Easiness in
almost every lino in iionot;uccd better last
week than it v. as the vc-ek before.
To the Editor of the Essie. (
I have watched with great interest the
management of this institution, which has
been on trial the past year. That it has
been conducted wisely, economically, and
meats a need of this rapidly growing city, is
acknowledged by all thinking citizens. It
has proved a temporary home to the afflicted
ana a place of refuge to many children until
permanet homes or thair friends were found,
while the hospital department has never been
without many inmates; some brought by
physicians from crowded hoarding houses,
otliers'from houses in our midt where the
willing but orertaed heads of families not
able to give the care requisite, have provided
for the domesti hclpars at this place, and
very many accidently injured have been im
mediately transferred to its shaltjring care,
as we learn through f he daily papers. I also
notice by tho quar-sriy reports that quite a
share of the current espense i-i met by in
mates who are aid 3 to pay part if not all for
their car'. The managers have certainly
found an cZl ieufc co-Hborer in tua matron,
Mrs. Piatt, wliOjC Irwl and heart must oft
times be overtaxed .
5ily o; n heart rejoiced at the grand results
accomplished by our generous brothers in
the few hours of relaxation from daily toil,
m the late base ball contest, by which the
weight of financial care has been lifted from
the practical christian workers, just entering
on their second year of labor.
Now if each careful house keeper, as cho
renovates preparing for the fail and winter,
would send old quilts, worn comforters, bun
dles of their sheets and towels to leplaee
those so rapidly used up in tho care of the
sick and wounded, another great want would
be met. There might also be many articles
(as new homes are being lvfitted and fui
nishecl) that are useful in such an institution,
and which tho managers would hardly be
able to secure a very large supply of in one
year, such as old-fashioned rocking-chairs,
chairj, lounges, singl-i beds, dishes, glasses
which, if sent to a second-hand store, would
bring to the seller but a small per c.nt as
compared with the good done in another di
rection. "The pcor anil the affected ye have
with ye always."
It would doubtless be a pleasure to tho pub
lic to know on whom devolve I his grand work
for the coining vcar. Close Observer.
WAIT1IS.G I Oil THP. COIsTMCT.
ON THE EDGES.
..t the Union ticket. IV'tca
To tt.e Voters of 5mx1htv1c1: County.
I am a candidate lor the office of county
stipe: intcrdent, subject to the decision of the
jjtopk' at tho polls. ZIen havo been given
lucia'ive oflieesin this county l;cvuue they
weie di-abLnl in the -cn ico of the country.
It this 1j the credential lor ofllce, I left
fall." r and i i others out ha Held oi battle who
fell i-i defence of the Union, and lCe;ur-e of
their irreparable lo.-?, my whole life tispirn-lioii-s
tvtrl j.mbition; v. ere foiever disabled,
even an education v.asobtaiucd by a terrible
struggle against feariul odds. The field of
occupation for women is limited, thoiioii the
harvesters, ai e many. I icspcctfuliy a.sk your
support on the ground of merit alone.
LIrs. ?.I. E. Lease.
To the Editor of the Eagle:
ricaso tmnoiinec G. W. Stecnrod aa can
didate for Keptesentativeof the Mi tl District,
subject to the decision of the people at the
Work was bgun jcrciay upon the froi.t
of tlu rechheimer liuildiuc
The gamer of base ball between the lawyers
and doctors tomorrow afternoon is looked
forward to with eon-iderable iuteiest, and it
will be one of the decidedly side splitting af
fairs of the season. Captain John B. Carey
has accepted the imitation to v.mpno the
game, and tho preacher had better bo a little
careful in their efforts to play an unfair
J. W. Weller, tsf Weller & Miller, ctb ft r
St. Louis on business last evening.
Tas. C. STonlgomery, i c-pt esenting" tho Al
ton. (111. printing company, is in the city.
It -' A. Richard, ngont for tlie Wichita &
Western at Kingman, was in the city yesier
I. C. Wooton is building a largo two-story
b -ick building oppito the univc: sily build
ing in the oth ward.
Rev. 'llios. Muueil, of Kentucky, arrival
in the eity hist evening, and will preach at
the Chtisiian ch.un h this evening.
The game yestei day between tho Empoi ias
and Wichita Reds was witnessed by a good
sedciowd. At the cud of the ninth inning
t lie ccorc stood 5 to ."i, but tho Ernj.oria mak
ing one ma in the tenth gave them tho
The score comnlele is:
1 2 ' 4 r (5 7
Eninori'is . . .0 0 0 :l 1 0 X!
Jisiriia'ro license wtis n cstordny issued to
E Iward II. Shelley of Kingman, aged :
and Virginia Lutes of Vrichitti age 1(5.
Tho newDeinociatic po.-tmiister will take
pl-'emre in delivei iug you j'our letters and
papers from tho G. A. 11. building tomorrow
lce-rrcsidtut Richaids, of tho Fort Scott
a-id AViclnta, has been called to Now York,
for whit h point ho will leave tomorrow or
next titiy. ,
The walls of tho m:yn building on the
Lw is a"adomy tiro Itcini; rusJied ti) i-apidly.
S)ir.i if the cut stonework is the iluest v.e
have s-. -n m tiie state, coi tamly as line
'I he hi -t.es ot tho Oak street Presbyterian
ehinh will give a festival on jlonday evea
in;0t. -till. A good time is anticipated,
and all aie cordially invited to attend. The
street cars pass the church.
lion. P. W. Welty of Portland, Oregon, a
very able lawyer liar. 311 -t arrived in the city
and is stopping nt tho Occidental. I!:s
goods of which a purl is a cry fine library
liv. o an i. ed and lie is going to innkc Wich
ita his home.
31 r. A B. Alexander, wlso took tii? pre
m mn on com last year at the state fair, is
oil foi a isit to hU old homo in southern In
diana, lie came up anil loaded himself down
wi h duly and weekly Eaglk's to distribute
among his ol 1 aqaaintau30 in tlirec or feni"
con itiew. ;
Mr. John G. 1'acey, es.part iiookkeeper of
tho Ivanstu Natloual bank an I manager of
lhr WI 'I ita eliriag house, is off for Canada
today. 0s to lmloii to audit a set of
complicated a"o3mts. Jcha, my l-oy, it
looks a lit Jo fapicieus for a baaker to '
rutmiu r off to ftw quivu's doiarnioa.
The n -'mb -s 'f the W. C. T. V. wlA. to
thank Hon. 11 B Alien for ta beajutullr
exeeir i W. C T. V. eharte
Wichita?.... 0 0 :5 0 - 0 0
There will bo no game at the West Wich
ita fair ground ; today, but an exhibition
game will Ias played between those clubs at
tho ccrsjorof Thirteenth and Lawrence this
CARD OI THANKS.
To tho many friends whj have boon ii-i.l:'-iu
in their efforts to as;i;fc or relieve us in
our present great ben a, ement the sudden
and unexpected low of our dear brother, wo
extend the gratitude of our hearts. While
nothing can ever fill the void tlmt death has
made in our circle, your kindness will ever
b? remembered with cnr.io&t thanksgiving.
W. II. 0 E1UIAN,
Sarah E. Overman.
J. A. ItlcLeod, clerk at Lutreil BrotJiere'
clothing house, was returning home from tho
lodge Friday evening, and when on Third
street between Main and River, he was hold
up by two men who demanded his money.
Mr. McLcod bluffed the men oft! successfully
and started oaa run for his home which he
raaeked without further molestation. He
Lad been iil ditrin tin clay, and was made
sd nervoxu bv the tsanlt that ha was con
fined all yesterday to his bed. It is not
kuona who were tlu as-adants. In the eve
ning, however, just before olosiiig. the store,
two suspicious chaiactor.s were noticed loaf
iag around whan sTal large sales were
mad", nntbit is supposed they were Ihmkiug
the money would bo carried homo by ilac
waylaid him for the purpasoof securing it.
a nsrScriVK i'o::is5ig:it.
D . II. C. Hollingsworth, of Carthage,
ifissou i, is spending a few days in tho city,
lie says'he was here tiro years ago and was
tempted to invest in real estate, lie v, as so
much incline i ia thit direction tint he look-
o 1 at several pieces of projeity and picked
ootuear .SiX) worth oa Mniii street and
Douglas avenue. By some means he elid not
invest, however, and was yesterday with a
number of gentlemen talking aboiit what
that investment if he had made it would
amount to to lay. He remembers the pieces
of prowrty yet, which gives a good chance
for reliable roitilts from the calculation. Ths
rasult of the investigation shows that the
same property would bring liiai now near
?2.'3,030. lie says his mistake makes him
sick wh-susver he thinks about it.
How th.3 city grow's and expands-. To get
an idea of this gi o wth and miguitude, take
a drive throng the suburbs, note tho new
houses that are building up on all sides, not
little insignificant huts or hovels, but fine
brick ami frame houses; see the streets mak
ing their way over fields, the street car
trades following fast upon them.
Down Fourth from Douglas, past that
magnificent Hacker block on tho left, and
tho piles of building material that soon w ill
rise into tho Carey hotel. Farther do".a are
the three fine houses of"W. R. Clark, now
completed and soon to be occupied. On Em
poria, side by side, are two C110 houses built
by Zvlessrs. Blue and Gieen. Then comes
John Kennedy with a pleasant home which
he has been improving in many waj-.s.
Near the Lincoln school tho fine modern
stylo house of Sir. Bethel, and near by an
other similar built hou-o whivli Mr. Fellison
On Lincoln avenno lay tho ties and rails for
the street car track tmd down Fourth is al
leady the completed track.
Towards the south are seen tho walls of
miuy house.; rising, others already finished.
Then cast on Lincoln street, at thj corner of
Washington aVenuo, is a fine residence. In
the distance through the tree tops rise the
roof and chimneys of Mr. Rchwnter's and
Recce's large hou'-es. Here Kclsh has a
neat and rtrikiug brick cottage. Further
on John ;liltiier has hfo house completed.
Ve drive over lite Rosebud addition to
m -ike a short cut and observe that here is
a b2.iutifnl br. tiding spot; aoros the Chris
hilm creel: and we jio upon Kel'ujg street.
Taa hedge fence of the Block farm stands
like a green wail before us and we turn north- -wird
on Hydraulic, past first, the plain but
fino house of Major Burr, and nevfc the gran
dour of Mr. Blo-kupon which the carpenters
are putthi'j tim finishing touches. Eastward
and upon Douglas again : two elegant houses,
rich and of thj latest style-; 01 ai-chiteeture.
Then College Hiil with its man; two-story
brick and frame kou?cs. Northward across
the San Francisco railroad Ira"':, Frisco
heights near from which a stately mansion
like a castlo looks down upon tho valley
beiow. At Thirteenth we turn westward
drive for a short distance past groves of sun
flowers, but we were again to the cottages.
Across tin Santa Fe track over Emporia
glance down Liwreuee at the mansions that
stand itpo-i each side anil up at what appears
but a continuation of wfat has Iteuii already
done. Thon comes the elegant brick man
sion of Judge Lock almo;t completed, near
Beginning oa Tuesday at 2 p. in., there
will convene in oar city tks stato convention
of the Christian ehurch,
Prof. Manuel', of Kentucky, anived last
evening. President Everest, of; Butler Uni
versity. F. D. Power, of Washington, B. C;
Timothy Coop, of Manchester, England, and
other distingui-hed persons will be in atten
dance and deliver addresses on living issues.
The following is a program of the conven
tion: Tuesday oth, 2 p. m. Devotional exercises',
SO minutes, led by A J. Thorn pson. 2.
Words of welcome by W. B. Hcndryx. 3.
7:.'JJ p. m. 1. Sonc: service. 2. Presi
dent's address. .." Appointment of commit
tees. Wednesday, Gth S a. m. 1. Conference of
church officers. 2. Devotional exercises, 9 to
9:130. .". Reports, of beard, of evangelist, of
treasurer. -1. The details of church organi
zation. What to do and how to do it. Lec
ture first at 10:30 o'clock, organization. co
operative not denominative. Thomas Mun
nell. 2 p. m. 1. Song and prayer. 2. Organiza
tion continued, lecture second, Old and New
Testament leaders and how-they were ordain
ed. Thomas Munnell. ". Speech of advo
eat", W. B. Hendiyx. 4. Pi eachers meeting
at-i p. m. led by J." II. Duncan.
7:3-J p. m. 1. Sons Servi-e. 2. Organiza
tion, lecture third, care of all tho churches.
Thursday 7th tl a. m. 1. Conference of
church ollicers. 2. Devotional exercises '.)
to 9:30. y. Report of committees and elec
tion of cm-tees. 4. At j0-0 organization
lecture fourth, the three great wants of
even church. Thomas Munnell. 5. Speech
of advocate. C. W. Pool.
2 p. in 1. Song and prayer. 2. Organi
zation lecture fifth. The evangelllst and his
work in tho churches. '.. At 4 p. m. Preach
er's conference led by J. H. Duncan.
7:30 p. m 1. Song service. 2. Address.
.Friday Sth S a. m. 1. Conference of
church ofli -rrs. 2. 9 to 0:30 Devotional ex
erc ie- .". Unfinished business. 4. At i0:"Ji)
Organization 1c tare sixth, how to prevent
delinquency i:i church dues. Thomas Mun
nell. 5. Question box.
Up. in. Garfield University reports, ad
dresses, exercises, etc.
7:;J0 1. Song service. 2. Address.
St. John3 church Suuday s-diool at 9:C0
p. in. Morning prayer and sermon by the
rector on "The threefold nianifestaiions of
charity," at 11 a. ia. Mid-day celebration.
Evening prayer and sermon by the rector, on
"Muscular Christianity,"- at 7:S0 p. m.
Choice offertory music both morning and
Evangel Lutheran Services at Opera
house 10.-S0 a. ra. Sanda school at Op-jra
house 2:30 p. in. Services at Greenwich
2:3.3 o. m.
Plymouth Congregational Comer Second
street and Lawrence avenue, J. H. Parker
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. ru. and 7:iG p.
m. Subject for evening sermon, 'The Eth
ics of Base Balk- Sunday school at 9:30 a.
Rev. T. S. Hodgson at tho First M. E.
church today, tit 10:J0 a. m, and 7:S0p. m.
Subject for morning: "Tho Crime of Covet
ousness." Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Young
people's meeting at C:C9 p. m., Harry Dunbar
leader. All are cordiallv invited.
Innes & Ross.
UNDER THE HORSESHOE.
N. X, T. P, 0,
Miss Bessie Ovei man of this city received
word last Thursday that her brother had
died suddenly on his claim near Scott City,
but no particulars were received until late
last evening, when Mr. Bushuell, who had
gone to bring back the body, returned, bear
ing tlie sad intelligence that upon his arrival
the remains w ere not in condition to be re
moved so far, and tho interment took place
at Scott City. Also that Mr. Overman was
taken violently ill on Tuesday afternoon and
died Wednesday moining at half-past one
o'clock, of cerebi o hemori hage of the bi ain.
He received medical attention at once, and
all possible efforts were made to save hi; life
by his brother Etdon and other friends, but
sw if tly the death angel did its work and the
noblo young life of Edgar C. Overman had
left its clayey tenement to become the inhab
itant of a spiritual bod, a house not mailo
with hands'. Although not yet epiite twenty
two years of age, he was a young man who
had hosts of friends, and his geniality of dis
position, honesty of purpose, and high inoi al
worth, would have given him a loading posi
tion of influence in his adopted county had
he been spared.
Besidts the hi other who was with him
there i; another brother in this county,
William II. Overman, and a sister iu this
city, Miss Sarah E. To till of w horn, as well
as the friends in the old homo in Illinois, the
sympathies of many hearts tire extended.
A pleasant trip.
Douglas Avenue Presbyterian. Sabbath
school at 0 p. in. r preaching at 7:30 by tho
pastor, Rev. I. J". Brown; subject of the ser
mon: "The Balance Sheet; Accounts to be
Settled.'' Prayer meeting on Wednesday
evening. All arc invited to these services.
German M. E. Sunday school at 9:30 a.
in.: preaching by the pastor, J. L. Stern
berg, at 10-A'j a. in. and at 7:30 p. in. ; young
people's meeting on Tuesdav evening at, 7:C0;
prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30;
All aro cordially invited to attend these meet
ings. Friends meeting in the W. C. T. U. rooms.
Sabbath school at 9:43. Meeting for wor
ship at 11. We extend a cordial welcome to
the public. Jesse Pearson, a minister from
Spiceland, Ind., is with us.
First Baptist church Pastor Rev. W. F.
Harper. Services today at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. 111. Sunday school at 2:30. All cordially
Usual services at Presbyterian church.
Comiriimion at 11 :30.
Christian Corner Second and Market
streets. Preaching at 11 a. in., by Eider W.
Hendryx, and at 7 p. in. by Prof. Thomas
Munnell, of Keutubky. Sunday school at
9:30 a. ru. The state convention of the
Christian church will convene on Tuesday
and continue until Friday. Tho public is
invited to attend all its sessions.
Christian Corner Lincoln and Lawrence.
Preaching tit 7:30 by Eler Payne. Sunday
school at 3 p. m. Street cars will leave
tlie eaurcu at the close ot tho evening
Usual services at the Catholic church.
Last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rec
tor, Mrs. F. P. Slarliu and R. A. Haste Esq.,
left for Ft. Scott. On arriving at th it cit3
they were joined by Mr. -Russell Harding and
mother, and Miss Waymaa of St. Louis, who
is a sister of Mrs. Rector. Tlie party accom
panied by ?.Ir, and Mrs. Popki, visited Bar
num'sshow on Friday.
Tiio- left that city Friday night on r. sp2-ci-il
train and arrived here yesterday morn
ing. Tho round trip was made iu Mr. Hard
ing's special car. His colored cook, Sylves
ter, "was on hand and prepare 1 elegaut meals
for wLijh he L; iiotod. Those who had the
pliaoire of accompanying Mr. Rector are
united iu their praises for him, and all the
officials of the road who assisto 1 in making
tho trip so pleasant by affording every ae
commodiition.that was in tlnir power. That
road has long since gainatl au enviable repu
tation by its kin'i treatment of all passen
gers an 1 3p'ial parties, an 1 tho trio to Ft.
Scott si.ntjly emphasise-- that belief.
To the Editor of tho Eagle.
Yesterday morning's Eagle chronicled
me as one of tho clerical base ball nine. I
desire to say that I havo not the honor of be
ing ono of the number. T. S. Hodgson.
Grading of Third street to Sherman avenue
was commenced at .Main street yesterday.
"Rats" was on deck yesterday, and it is
estimated that "mice"' will take its place to
Material was being distributed yesterday
for the College Hill extension of tho street
Dr. P. D. St. John has moved from his
residence at 340 North Main "street to l." j
North Emporia avenue.
-. French Shawls.
The Latest Novelties in
sian ".-.' Novelties
Just Received at the
of hies & Iks.
These are the Latest Novelties now in vogue
in all the larger cities of the East. Ttiey
are not Drummers Samples. We own
them. Come early and procure the choice
ot the best selection of Fall and
Wraps ever shown in this
The sheriff and his rosso made a bold march
upon the joint delegation yesterday. Fifteen
of the disreputable places were visited and
fourteen of the bcr sling irs captured. The
one who -uoee?ded iu making his cseaie got
an inkling that tho officer was cooriuerand
made a bound through a screen and took a
start for the back woods on tho dead 1 ua. It
by John Fischer's now house, and on the op- j is not yet certain thai he got there, bat one
posite stda of the street Dr., Ortt's. Down
Waco, a drive over to the mansion of
Willnm Gricffenstein and we -see tlie six
other houseshe has built. Thon near by is
Mr. Sternburg's elegantly planned and fin
is ttd hon.se.
This was tho diivu which Cant. Rich y
3 sure, that ha scooped the officer,
gang was brought before Justice
Walker and most of tliem pleaded guilty on
th? first round, but the few who kicked over
the ropas fell into line on tho second trial.
They all gave the euphonious name of John
Docaulwpre given tho usual do of iUsO
A rough and tumble scuflle which wa? in
tended for a fight, was participated in at the
wash room of tho Occidental yesterday.
Mrs. Drcschau-- will organise her Gorman
evening class on Wednesday overling, Octo
ber Gth, at tho Southwestern Business Col-
Tho board of education fwili hold a meet
ing tomorrow night. An unusual amount of
important business is said to bo on tap and
it is intimated that something of a sturtiiug
naturo will be introduced.
During the past week the following stu
dents have entered the Southwestern Busi
ness College: Frank Weston, Cheney: John
Mauniou. Augusta, and Ira Latham, Wich
Parents wishing their children to outer tho
kindergarten and primary grade for after
noon sessions will not forget to apply on
Honda, October 4th, as only a limited cum
ber will be taken.
We are Showing a Fine Line of
Misses Oloks and Jackets.
INNES & ROSS.
U UX1 JLji c
Tho W. C. T. U. library hasreeently been
increased by tho addition of a number of
good ljcoks. It is the intention of the man
agement of this association to add a musical
department to the library, consisting of U
oxraphies of tho great musicians of the
Loibgsdorf & Iawrence have opened up a
10 cent tore at 111 West Douglas aveuao.
They deal in fancy dry goods and notions,
silver ware, picture framea, dolla (and sill
kinds of fancy notions. They open up with
a gooll stock of ' Christmas and birthday
Mr. C. M. Trefauil, f Hayesville, was;
niuchsurpriwd the other day tj Kara 4bat
one 01 u iauis in ta? city neM a aotcl
against hiia far 7 Lut July I13 enteral
prolate 1 Jo i into au agreeaittai v. ith a iaJ to sell a wash-
ictlon. Thoe w isiiiucr to see as fiae
a .j0v ren oi o. kuiausliip as h:u prolwiLly
come fto-n tlier v ieryof statt-'s office can
do so by calling at the reading rooms.
Mr. V -o. E. Sal. 3 of thp L mlmrd Mort
gage o aj any. is off f-r Europe. He ex
pects ti be absect n'out thv. or foar
months. Tlie Eac.es wishes bfa.i a leasant
jourae. avostbe Atlau'i-, a hapnr visit
anion r 1- i people ia :ne ry o! 1 England and
a satufuii to his him. wife nad -.hdeirtu.
S. II. Mall try lelt lor tiie tst lat night.
He is .- n ; fitiso miles of steel per day now,
oris icady to use that much, layiuu down
one an I a half miles on the Chetopah exten
sion, an I on and a lialf miles on tlie exten
sion to I arned. He mast lay down aLout
that uiu h to m. e; his agreements, anil tho
Bteel mills at St Louis find it almost 'mpos
siblo 'o do the vorl.
K. Townc. represaiiting tlie Evarta
publishinz company of Philadelphia w-hich
gave a reporter, au 1 a mnt enjoyable 0110 i and triaimhigs with tlitrly days fre ltoard . company fs getting out a vary superior atlas
wap- at tee county jail. am- rj, 0f Salgnick county, whltrh work
Tako wi?a a ride yourself and wish some Ono of the lad- captured hatl jat lauaehsd i wflt eoataiu larire ilatH of rnanv of our fia-
ono who know-the city live or ten vearsaco. out upon the stony v sea vestarday inoTEiafrf .-hmMm- and of sami of our count v I
and only a few hours after was capiure-I. f homes eallfcd ywtenlay.
When on Frisco height; stop a moment to
look around at the fine residence? near and
the busy city below, with its house tops.
church and school house spires and towers
trees: note how many
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
i a "niriTi"no!
Lordiauy invited to
And examine their immense stock of
x ou save from 15 to 25 per cant on yom purchaaos.
The ladies of St. Soan's Guild will give aa
ovster Bupoer next Thursday night at the
Councilman Hsaly made some remarks
tk2 green foliage of tlaj ! at ---" la3t le3tin? of -;-9 council concernin'r G. A. R. iialL As the Iaiiies ard noted for
nv.T? -n-,i i! Vi the duty ol the city to secure a market and a! their line eatcrtainiasats ami iiberaifcy ic
tae soands of life, energy and enterprise : acd cit? lrk- s":n to -T01 -nJ-en He iD 1 f rna' rof rc-meats ao rncmas every one
.i,.wrns.n..1;nncni-c. -t -. ' a tosi.i wiit tritisai liic caroiefisilass or tiie leei a, nonie, wcuuuv u ? m
l.nr irlmn rhra were fe?v tree .n. onlr- -, sr.i. ' citv in not securing more suitable ground for J fino music ana recital aad ava a good Wme
i., ',.., .,. vs ) -.. ,.1 i ' tiTiW!e narritw. whilt ih& laral wa-s ditsnn. I eeuerally.
jtuc .uctL, J- uyju. Ji iL-yy siliCtCiV ! - r7iw - .
dus a'jowinjr ?ri m&ELAr io so wisoonc at:on-1 rnntt n rjtrr has jkhtb ins ism-ratiid
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tsoa until xJa present iirne. Ha tircn nnnh of this city, mt cmly by ert-kg tlw
qtfcsttoe of i .-roui k&a at the eostwr of Datt&ta aawt
aad earueatly. '-How she lia grown !''
. to tiuak that it was iwrbly
Pflilhps & K-jnyoa are bagiaaui ; o g jt ia ! time wkca tbeso groands woukl ha to be Faorti aven. but also hj wariberof tee
some tolling work oa their vinanr mr.au- ?ecnre 1, an 1 that at a cot which would not j residences. A reporter noticed itSm rasl
faetcry, which wiH bo looaied on Rock Island be njoj e 1 by it vr, ras taq-aer. I jjoe of two storlss at mi' SoertJi xknptxi,.
avenue. Ths cosatre$ vns lit yestcr lay for
erectiajr the btsiltiinf, Avii.-h will has e
front of trv-ca-yrfiv ffc" and 1- el rbtr fet
deep oatl lro stories high. The wall wiil
hs twraity iac-bes thick wfcich L u'-sar ia
, order to stan 1 taa imsiaaso vretght tha fJl
i V D ti
1 IIV I i I A I! c "sX I
Hi -frifa,.... s
iug inacliiae. H- -rtla contrA,-t svttiag
fortii th8CJd-:i o is h Lo sj;j,j. -. sterns
lliat l tho paper n winch Uie coatarsu-t was
written vasd."- idod at ths projvr jdace on.-' - V&ttA in tlie -oud al fair.! s.to-ijs.
tide would jws- tiw litera'a-o of a .:- I: i!S -wvtI tait tho Luild.aq: will -?
.- ,x.--i. -.t- k. .. i ...-... ... ':-' vi by th nn Mle of urxt month. In
.,. .,..- .i-.-3 stonwaauoiticttjsMO ill order au i.-r
wune to what he sap. osM v,a, t ejur-u-:. j uia-Araery and get things ready for l-jBFiacsi
The wa-inT madiine man ,Lss.'t-d .- pai -r : aj xi as poaslbl&
; m a way as to bn:T Jt .hi:-,- wi- . pr-
duce a note.
The time for paviu-ni h is a.Ti, , 1 a--. 2 "'e nsy bi withont p---rv, ma i ai i
.ayshecxp.ctho-wdl ta,et.A- -p wfthjffilSfiS lTLTti
the inoaey. He is stivocty-one years oil and friends: -sre aaav live w iUioat books: bet c? v-
.?- I li.?ti rn r--?Nrv l!v wtKfti rf-hir- "
'fbst tli city will in th ionr of iizts ! bkii upon inqnu-y he ivsaA faft'i foriaj
aiv io provit!-' r.ti witn a pari- -.- to builder this b pnblie piiitwl C-apiein J. ?
be . ;' Ul by r. ' jo. v.h'.e the rewssity for a. Cary. " '
ta'iiafu-hasfc?p ise.ery y-jar. it is ad-! , ", "" .. . Ai
- i i t .ia. T H Braid -recral aaasat !dpetR , . , . a.
jui.-el xn-rwrpr. jjj,, Pn, b feLi! Ollf $2 ITiCn S SllOC CqiUlls ailV $2.$Q SHOC JIT
a -vi- riKV. njjsa."-saaiJfi-- urr a apprawc-8 m t
tj ru:. im-sh-b wtji j?cx-
-. I- 1 r . 11 aHM fca Haw
r .' : . ., i - r fT-.2uLli is. iJ,,-f.i- mw mh. - .
1 K.I .t' I U . 1 C '. i-A l. ' .ill I fc.-i- silliTS
Vj SCTUT.V nVEli TO THE F2-Sr.
like an rone els dosi ni t ajov Ut truk. I mfta mea cannot live writhoat coik.-
Some time ago a washing ins han agent f -iirs Isiam P. EwJn-r, dean of doawu
made tho rounds raftr Derbv and Ittfs ths -.1-1 economy, of the Iowa AcrlcwlJ'iral eoii-
ciuitv witli a nnnibar of orders. Tlia tin for ! & now estMJSJd will toTiver hir Icsieras i KoojWsncL
tlie machine to be deliverAl has nasie 1 nn.1 joaeooicUig in our city ai some tsna m
engastKt ia ia- a.-ia Lr. D. W. Kama.
"3, .v frnrn X--l'itfxL nrs 1 tm-.i-.&i! ' ni tKn KfiS tS
TatlT---v d -tal co!l -r-. --.mVh 1,t thm volt Bosnn Oi7t
; on- !.-- lii -&t ai i ro-piuo-1 a beis
o .- f tbeV ,i".uvti-03. f tbitkhid ia tsu
L f.'trd t'ta'.e . He La.- .iiiayji saurn fctai
s.; iiidustriAi. and ai-A:iat.an,i stlitve
Ui btxsine&v. An a reaalt of tbes ictimabfe
q-itlittet Dr J-ijrit!i has taken him ra a rt-n-r
a:t th Orm ao-ae sow seds &ili &
.-ea R-tsi tj'Jfei-
f ; r : - la
orcbtetica, Brj- Imai, x
J'si-iS cbotr fca3 Tyr.'
ia f-aijue fcartij eea'
'rn jva Ear3. s iji
Vn. V"ifaie Iva. , h.- r-AimBd SW otrr i5"
withhU fa-tidy to rwjwin, t&t Srm inrrf
js-posed of tbr..- ,tnfetf $-&-& Haw-aeMi
!'-, w-J-e-1 5fr. IU- hi bea tor mmsml
Jir- or Z-lir rears. TVy ftadia tl rspfei
the market. We have them in Lace,
Button and Congress.
3. LEWIS & GO.,
110 Main Street.
the parties concerned exp3ct to h-i ve a not?of
some dimensions bob up a -idast them at a :y
r. VT. H. Meefcerhis fcaenajjpoiated dsfefj iaenansa of l5i3-s brre deotasdj- ibte M4n-,
tin the auditors oJSas of ths FitzraM ' rion of boA th m-n:li?-3 df tfeat tribjili-f
Mrs. Ewing has jastclosc-d her Jessoa: at & Mailory Constrnciion company, opcratiag I oeat. Mr. Kft many friesmis weSposre-Ji
tU1 Cincinnati exposition.
thD M s: A railway.
their retain to oor fity .
ONE PHICE CASH ON DELIVERY BOOT and SKOfc HOUSE.