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Fireman's Lall November I.
ALo Goltlstnudt is on llio sici: list.
ii"ot one citso in tho polico court yesterday.
Sam H. Sisson v.as up from Hnrpor yester
L. G. Almond, of Kingman, visited the
J. M. Stark, of Stafford, looked over the
ilrs. Dr. Paul Hubbard, of Columbia, Mo.,
is at tho Tremont.
J. S. Bailey, of Jiloo:uiugto:i, 111., arrived
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. L. 11. Briscoe left for Pierce City,
I.Io., 3'cstcrduy morning.
Sir. H. G. Lee i.; expected to return from
Kew York this morning.
Ilobert Brown, of TnyeUoville, came to
tho Metropolis yesterday.
T. J. Hudson, a business man of Fredonia,
was among yesterday - arrivals.
.T. "NT. Wilson, of Clearwater,-spent 'a fow
hours in the metropolis yesterday.
ilr. Latham, of Udall. was in tho city yes
terday and made the Eagle a call.
Ml-- Jennie Jackson, of Central avenue,
lea-. e3 in a few days for 2Cana-; City.
Arrangements nro being made by Prof.
Mablor for a full dress hop Friday evening.
F. P. Boll, of Springfield, Mo., was among
tho lato arrivals tit the Manhattan yesterday.
W. B. Ivetcham, owner of the coal mines
nuu-Mcndota, Mo., .:u-in the city yester
day. Sidney Dixon, the popular young salesman
nt tho Kansas Furniture company, is on the
sick list. -
Mr. T. Couraou, formerly of Bichiicld,
Hansa, has accepted a position with Gold
standtBros. Mt-ssrs E. U. Jones and It. B. Ryan, of
Clearwater, were calling on friends in the
Harvey Foster, or Independence, arrived
in the city yesterday, and will probably re
main some days.
Frank B. "Winebenner, of Decatur, 111., ar
rived in tho city yesterday to witness the
Mr. Francis Mors. will leave for Scott
City this evening where ho will attend to
business for a fow days.
"tt. C. Anderson, W. 11. Olcoth and wife
atulW. D.Fawcett and wife, all of Kingman,
nro iti tho city j'csterdaj'.
A dog supposed to have boon mad was
killetl by an ofiicer yesterday noon at the
corner of Main and Douglas.
Scott Beal says his cow fell iuto a well JJO
feet deep the other day, was elevated by
means of n derrick and walked off unin
Mr. IV. 11. Johnson and G. II. Blackwelder
have entered into a partnership in the real
estate business. The style of the firm will bo
Johnson & Blackwelder.
The "Wichita & "Western Employment and
Collection Agency under the management
of Messrs. "W. S. Drukker and Leo "Walker
opened on North Main street jTSterday.
Deputy Sheriff Douglas V. Donnelly ro
ceivad in yesterday inoming's mail a very
fiuo silver badgn. Ho has no idea who the
doner is, bat fc happy over the present all
"West Douglas avenue in front of tho tcmi
nary war. yo.-teraj' being graded, and the
aero lots in the Smitliou addition on the op
posite side of the street sub-divided into
U enty-fivo foot lot-s.
Yesterday several sporting men arrived
from Kansas Cit- and St. Louis who arc in
terested in the running race between Keltle
luau and Gib'on nest Friday. Interest is
showed in the race in all ouartei.
Hon. Vr. E. Stanley weighed seven winter
psars which grow in his garden this summer.
They weighed saven and one-half pounds..
One of them measured fourteen round both
ways in circumfence and weighed one pound
and six ounces.
Tho Santa Fe an.l Frisco tickot offices
liave been removed from Swentzel & Doug
las" drug stoi-o t more commotlious viuarters
in the old post oSIce buililing. Their former
mart crs will ho occupied by Block S: Co.,
Kepreseutatives of throj of the largest
boat and shoo manufactories in America,
wo? in Uie city yeotenlay: "W. E. Van
Gar ler, of Ljvis & Bosholm, Rochester, N.
Y.: W. A. Cranford, of The Turner Shoo Co.
and M. S. Smith, of Barley & Usher, Boston.
The taxes to bo collected this year in this
county will amount to two hundred and
twenty-five thousand dolknv. It might be
well for tax pave: s to remember that the
county Uea.irer cannot collect that amount
in tho last three days and write receipts for
ITN-EK.YIj OV O. C. McCO'S.
The funeral of the lato O. C. McCune, who
diai ro suddenly a few days ago in ScoSt
county, and whoso remains are now at his
former home oa South Topeka, will take
placo at the Baptist church at 10 o'clock
Thursday forenoon. "&f ter the services the
remains "will be'taken to the city cometery
The brother of tho deceased, W.C.McCuua,
ha3 received a telegram, stating that his
mother and sister have started from their
home in Ohio, and will be here at the funeral
Tclcrns 'ot all In-Tlie ZIcet!o-i Hoard3 Vony
Willi the Count Until .-.Xate Hoar.
TJie election pasted off quietly yesterdny
ia the city. It was tho leading attraction
of J Lo day. Business look a back seat. The
candidates seemed to display more interest
hi the result than auypiio else, and despite
their strong efforts to draw oat their friends
the vole is not a large as was expected.
At night every one was on tho lookout for
retanus. Any point that was supposed to be
able to f urnibh returns had a largenumber of
callers. A large crowd held forth at tho
register of deeds' office until 4 oYloek.
The following h the vote of the Fifth
SToon J igh t ?.
Secretary of state.
Superintendent of Public
1 Hamilton S7
Gl for judicial amendment and 19 against.
Probate Judge. " ,
Clerk of District Court. -
Representative 82nd District.
Against Bonds j 7
Tho following is tho yoto of tho Second
Secretary o State.
Superintendent Public Instruction.
For amendment "i
Wall ." 413
Clerk District Court. -
"Wright : 27:1
At V:i" this morning the other wards had
not leen counted.
The following is the report of townships
received last night:
Wichita Township Jewett 107, Thomas
VM. Wright 1GS, Guyer 70. Jones 13!). Conly
111. Pence 217, Mrs. Leaso 17. Carey 1W,
Grant township Jewett 10S, Thomas, S3.
Jones 115. Conly 2T. Carpenter 100. Carey
Turk township, north precinct Jewett 41,
Thomas 4.'). Wright 63, Guyor 22. Jones 03,
Conly 20. Pence 73, Mrs. Leasa 15. Carpen
ter 30, Carey 20.
South preemct Jewett 31. Thomas 23.
Wright GJ, Guyer 29. Jones 32, Conly 20.
Pence 50, Mrs. Lease 9.
Gypauni township Jowett .17, Thoiuas 72.
Wright CI, Guyer 70. Jones 00. Conly 70.
Carpentrr (SO, Carey OS.
A DlZSrEKATK MAX.
A man named Edwards returned from
Topeka the other evening and hearing some
thing concerning his domestic relations that
did not suit his fancy, got ver3 drunk, and
going to his home ou Blaine avenue lucked
in the doer, went to a trunk and took out a
shot gun. In the meantime his wife and two
male boarders disappeared through the ivar
door. Ho then proceeded to caot all tho fur
niture out of the door and with tho loaded
gun sat down on top of the heap vowing
vengeance upon his wife, the men who fled
and all who nhouM interfere. The fuga
tives in the meantime going in search of the
police found Ofiicer Lilly at the depot, and
asked him to go to the scone of the trouble
nnd arrest the man.
The officer after taking a view of the prom
ises came to ihc opinion that- Eu wards inuat
be taken by stratagem; so posting him
self at the corner of the house and
awaiting a favorable opportunity jumped
out, and after a hard struggle succeeded in
disarming the desperate man.
He was taken to the cooler, and at police
court paid a fine for drunkenness. A new
charge will bo made out by tho prosecuting
Edwards says that he was justified in his
acts, nnd is sttll determined to carry out tho
threats lso made when intoxicated. "
AT THE OPEKA IIOrSK.
The second appearance of Miss Forsvtk's
company at the opera house was greeted by
a much larger audience than the first.
Miss Forsyth, in the title role of MareeUe.
was received with th-; same appkuus as on
tho preceding evening, and has certainly
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Captain Harley aud Basil Danville by !
Messrs. Loree and Holland, were two o tho J
best sustained characters ever pat upon the
stage of tho opora house.
The other actors all acquitted themselves
with great credit aud made a decidedly
favorable impression upon the audience
GUXDAT SCIIOOr. COXVEXTJOX
Delano Township Sunday School conven
tion at Harmony Presbyterian church, seven
miles -west of Wichita, Sunday, November
. 10 a. m. Devotional cxereU..
10:lo Address: "The object of Sunday
school w-ork." Rev. IL E. Guthrie.
10-55J Address: "The inllueuco of tho
Sunday school on society." If. E. Law
11:30 Essays and reading. Mrs. Marquis
and Miss Keith.
Recess from 12 m. to 1:30 p. in.
1:30 Sunday school lessons of the day,
taught by Rev. E. J. Brown.
1:50 Address: 'Sunday school organisa
tion." J. W. Armstrong.
2:30 Address: "The reward in Christian
work.1" Itev. II. Hutchins.
3 p. m. Ten minute? talks to children.
Rev. Thos. Barton, Elijah Alurk-h.
The opening addresses will Iw fifteen min
utes hi length. Discussions will follow by
members of the convention, the speeches io
bo limited to five minutes. All Sabbath
schools in Delano township arc specially in
vited to attend. AH attendants are request
ed to bring their lunch basket?, take lunch at
tho noon recess and remain to the afternoon
meeting. This convention is under the au
spices of the Sedgwick County S. S. associa
tion, auxiliary to the American S. S. union.
Tho Young Peoples Literary society will
meet tonight at the Congregational church.
An interesting program will bo rendered and
Prof. Wolf will perform some selections up
on tho violin in which he wifi be accompanied
upon the piano by Prof. Thompson. Tho
Meeting of the Rebekah Degn-o this even
ing at I. O. O. F. hall, a full attendance is
The Ladie3 Aid society of the Sons of Vet
erans iv ill hold a meeting on Wednesday
evening at the residence of Sister ltizor.
Doha Hubipiiuev, Sec.
Special services at the S. D. A. tabernacle
West Wichita on Wednesday evening 7:30.
Subject, "The Christian Sabbath.5' A re
view of Elder Brown on tiiis subject. All
are invited. May truth prevail.
Tho usual semi-monthly meeting of tho
Ladies Benevolent Homo Avill be held today
at 3 p. m. Mrs. A. Baslsy,
A physician of tho city was hastily sum
mond to a house in the southern part of the
city Sunday evening. When he entered he
found a man bending over a woman ho said
was his wife and doing everything to restore
An examination lead tho doctor to believe
tho woman was suffering from poison, and
applying an antidote he succeeded, after half
a night's work, ia getting her out of danger.
Yesterday she was entirely recovered.
The physician then learned from her own
confession that she had taken morphine with
the intention of ending her life. Shehadmade
preparations to elopo with the husband of
a neighboring wife and wus detected by her
own husbaud just as she was leaving for tho
trystiug place and lead back home.
She became so chagrined at this failure
and also at the disgrace attendant thereupon
that sho took tho poison hoping in that way
she might die. The skill of the doctor thus
disappointing her intentions, she promised
lo lead a better life and furthermore lo make
no more attempts upon her own life.
Lust night near midnight a number of the
patriotic' had assembled in a West Doug
las avenue joint to discuss politics. The local
ticket was finally mentioned, and as is gener
ally tho case both side's of tho question was
represented. A heated discussion finally de
veloped into a protracted fight. Loaded
beer bottles and all such ornaments, common
in such localities, came in use. In fact every
thing loo o was in great demand and
used a: duouely. When it commenced ono
of tho proprietors of the establishment
locked the Aoor and cowards, a3 well as oth
ers, wero compelled to stay with it aud fight
if that proved most entertaining. In most
cases the latter idea seems to havo predomi
nated. Tho action of tho proprietor was
thought due to tho fact that he was not de
sirous of seeing an officer make an appear
ance. Several were seriously hurt, but none fa
tally. Several calls for physicians were sent
Articles of agreement wero filed with the
secretary of state yesterday for the incorpor
ation of tho Southwestern Furniture Co..
with the followiug well known business men
of our city comprising the membership: J.
O. Davidson, Anions Kouck. II. B. Keeler,
A. W. Davis, H. F. Harwell, Finlay Ross.
They will do an exclusivo wholesale business.
Grounds havo already been purchased for
the immediate erection of their building, and
arrangements already jwrfected with a num
ber of the largest manufactures east for
stock. Business will begin as soon as tho
building can be erected.
Hesperian society met at Mr. C. S. Cald
well's, 335 North Topeka, and elected Dr.
Andrews, -president; Mrs. Chas. Lawrence,
vice president: Miss Jennie Jackson, secre
tary: Miss Myrth Hammond, treasurer. The
president appointed performers for tho next
meeting to bo held at Mr. Noele3's, corner
Third aud Wabash, two wecl:s from last
night. Au essay on English history was
ready by Mrs. Ciias. Lawrence, and on En
glish literature bv Miss Bell Neelev.
OUK CHIEF II.E.
Col. Murdoch was attacked by violent oon
gesliou of the stomach about noon Monday,
since which time he has been confined to his
bsd and suffering greatly. His condition is
not regarded as critical, though at a late
hour last evening his sufferings were but
slightly alleviated. Of course his absence
from the tripod is noted by the readers of
the Exgu:, for which thr foregoing is ex
planatory: THE REGULARS MEET.
Wicliita Medical association regular) met
j last ni-ht at the oGkc of Dr. McAdaaas, Dr.
Uiael in tho chair. LTeinbers present, Drs.
ussei, labriquc, JJeoee, roote, oorcon.
j Purdy. Hamilton, MeA
; St. John. There were c
.dams, Oldham and
discussions on -casas
' of interest by th different members.
Last night between 8 and 9 o'clock a small
boy in attempting to ran across Main stest
near tha telegraph oSco, fell in fronS of a
heavy wagon and was badly injured by be
ing struck on tho head by the horstsj hoof.
He was quickly rescued from bis periloai po
sition and medical aid promptly sjanunoad.
EXTEXCIXG TJIE UXES.
The street railway company has finished
tho south extcnaionjind are now at work on
Fourf :i avenue. The material is all here for
extending tho liuoon that avenus, and a few
weels will find the people in that section ac
commodated with tho service.
Tho material has been ordered for extend
ing tho line on Washington avenue, and
work in that locality will connnenco in a few
Mi;i.ES OX THE Ii0X.
Yeslerda y about 1 o'clock two mules at
tacked to the express wagon of Mr. C. F.
Lewis succeeded in escaping the driver on
Elm strait, near Washington avenue. Thsy
started west, and on reaching Topska, one of
them thought it easier to lay down than run
and acted accordingly. No damage of im
Houston, Tex., ""Nov. 2. Last night a
well-known Galveston drug store man,
named Charles E. Watson, arrived in the
city and registered at the Capital hotel.
At'll o'clock lie wont to his room in appa
rent good spirits, after making an arraDgc
meutTto fake dinuer at 1 o'clock with J. B.
Ilertz. At the liou named Mr. Hcrz went
to Mr. Watson's room and knocked. Ec
ceiving no response lie entered and found
Mr. Watson in a dying condition, lie
summoned Dr. 51. Pcuri, who said Watson
had taken atropi poison aud wis beyond
human KkiU. A pocket handkerchief
was found on tho bed odorous "iviih
chloroform. Behind the wardrobe were
found two small vial?, one being
empty and the oilier containing
pills hi morphine, seven and a half graiasT
and atropi, one-quarter grains. In a bureau
drawer was found a two-ounce bottle con
taining chloroform. The druggist's labels
had been removed from the vials, but v.-crc
found in a spittoon. , Investigation showed
that the vials vorc prepared in Galveston,
and the writing on tho labels teemed to be
in the hand of the deceased. No papers
denoted the cause of his suicide. A note
was found in his possession written by a
lady. It v,:is couched in neat language,
was perfect in orthography and punctua
tion, tind cheery in louo. On his arrival in
the city last night lie went lo a horticultur
ist nnd purchased a basket of llowers nnd
?ent Ihem to Galveston. Mr. "Watson was
a man of most gentle disposition. His
hand was disfigured from a battle wound,
and Itis left side seeiaed to be suffering
from an old stroke of partial paralysK
The strange death of tills estimable gentle
man has created a decided sensation.
IIexdeusox, Ky., lTov. 2. About 2
o'clock this morning Qilicer Kooney shot
and instantly killed a negro named James
Green in self-defense. The circumstances
leading lo the killing rfre as follows: Last
night the negro residents of the city gave a
ball at Woodruff's hall. As midnight ap
proached they became noisy and turbulent
until about 2 o'clock this morning, when
James Green, a rough, became involved in
a quarrel with a stranger and attempted to
carve him, but was prevented by Itooney,
who placed Green under arrest. The fel
low made a savage attack on the ofiicer
and cut him several lime?:'" Kooney at lost
drew his gun and at point blank range fired
four times, each shot taking effect in a vi
tal spot. This broke the dance up instaut
y. iiooney delivered himself up, but was
not held, the shooting being plainly in self
defense. Til Ashes.
Trir&vihLE, Fa., Kov. 2. The Titus
villo Chemical "Works was damaged by lire
tonight to the extent of 20,000 or 30,000,
the cupola and sulphur house being' de
stroyed. The main building, ofiice, sheds,
etc., were saved. The lire" originated in
the cupola from an overheated cylinder.
The works will be rebuilt.
Atlanta, Ga.. Kov. 2. During the
past three weeks there have been ninety
three gin-house fires in South Carolina,
Georgia and Alabama, two-thirds of which
were of incendiary origin, several were
caused by careless smokers, and one was
caused by a bo: of matches in the pocket
of a workman. The money loss in price
of cotton aud r'n plant is not less than
.$2.10,000. Much of the hicendiaiy burn
ing comes from disappointed tenants or
shopworkcrs, who exhausted their share in
supplies before the harvest time came
around and lake this method of getting
Si'itiNCFir.Li), Mo., jSTov. 2. A negro
named Dolph Jones shot in tho.breast and
almost instantly killed Frank Turner, an
other colored man, about 4 o'clock this
afternoon. The affair occurred in a dis
reputable portion of the city known as
"God's Children's Lane," where a lot of
tie laborers had collected to spend the day
in drinking and other amusements. The
shooting was done "vrith a -10-wilibt r pistol,
and from all accounts was accidental, tu at
most resulted from criminal carelessness in
handling the pistol. Jones, after sending
for Turners mother, immediately came to
town and delivered him-elf up to the
sheriff, and was lodged in jail. He recent
ly came from Memphis, and was commonly
called "Memphis" as a nickname.
Slain Wliile Sleeping'.
Des Moines, la., Nov. 2. A myster
ious shooting affray occurred on a farm
near Crcston last night. An .unknown
man called at the house of James Brown, a
young farmer, and was admitted by Mrs.
J3row"n. He walked past her and into the
bed room where her husband was asleep,
dr,cw a revolver aud shot him in the head.
Brown was married a few weeks ago
against considerable opposition from inter
ested friends, and it is thought this fact
may lie connected with the shooting.
Vai.dosta. Ga., Nov. 2. K. J. Fowler
a prominent citizen of Stockton, died last
night with forty buckslm holes in his
body. He had a quarrel with C. G. Mur
rav. the depot apent there. Mui-rar drew
his gun three tir.e on Fowler, hut dkl not
shoot. Fowler turned to leave, when
Murrav followed him al)oat forty yards
and diicharsrtl the contents of Tjoth ltfr- j
rels into bun. Fowler died m nee min
utes. Murrav has escaped.
Surveyor Beatfic Improvinjr.
Nkw Yoiie. Nor. 2. Surverv Hsnz S.
J Bcattie. who was -hot by a itlsehsret-d cas
1 torn inspeckr at the custom home yesier-
Idav, is much improved thb tnormug. Jlis
phvsidaa reports his coaditkiti as most en
courspeg. The twill which kxlgl ia the
muscles uf the left lde has nJt yet been
i piobci for or cvci Jocaied, bat as the
! patient ha? ial no internr.! hemorrhage, it
I is lidientl that :he JjsH did not touch in &
i vh.nl spot.
Druggist and Grocers
Firsi Block west of TreisKint House
The PeoDle's Line.
lis Crsi. Freii Um Better; (Mr tor Scale.
St. Louis, It. Scott 6 f icMia,
In cono't'n with Mo. Pao. Ry.
Is now running ranralnj and evening trains daily,
lacladlng SaaiLTjs, TO -
Pakin Pa!ac9 Steeping Pars on Eveniag Traai
The Shortest Route to St. Louis.
The Only Short, Direct Route to
TEXAS AND SOUTHERN POINTS
Y.7 which the pascenprcr avoids eitra travel,
dejiot transfer ami voratious doljj ..
Ail Texas Points Local to this System
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE IN THE CITY
Pure Drugs, Medicines
Allen's Drug Store,
Where can aUo lie found a largo stock of
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Mixed
Paint, varnishes, window
Glass, Putty, Etc.
We also :eep on hand a lnre stock of
Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Shoul
der Braces, Chest Protectors,
Sponges, Soaps, Trusses.
We also rccelc the snost popular aad rtllalblo
You will therefore wl no counterfeits or hn'.tcUon
l:i clwdlus with us.
To our mam- friends who have favored us with
thnlr nctronniro for thu last thlrt?n Years, wo tenner
our .niuoaro thanks, nnd to thoio with whom it lilts
not kn our good rortuno to deal, wo wouin sar ui
by iriTlns us a trial we will guarantee good goods and
Corner of Empoiln Awnne an WHllara Street,
iouth of Zrauslas Avenue.
Director: CATHERINE RUSSELL
Eyes, Kcse, Threat, Catarrh, cars
Surgery ancl Deformities. .
-3. "ST. Ivf TTSSTSSlIL, :-. X).,
Proprietor and Surgeon in Cliarpe,
ITorth. Slain Sb-cci
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IS THE CHEAPEST
IN THE END.
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MAKE OF MEK'S SHOES
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Men's Fine Boots audioes
HAsr. manufacturers, and
theyriU suit you in tliev aie cqudi lu ciny -w o.tw in mu
. "m 1 1 n 'vi imarket. We carry them in C, D, Eand F.
ice. Style ail MiiMjJ
Do not forget to give us a
call, as t?q vrlU guarantee
catisf action. Yours Besp.
120 S. Douglas Ave.
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Numbers 5, 6? 7,
Numbers 9, 12, 16,
These ribbons are sold all over the country
for 15 to 25 cents per yard.
This is a grand opportunity to procure your
hristmas Ribbons for fancy work.
500 pieces only. They won't last long.
it Pays to Trade
We Will Positively Save You
Clothing, Hats m Furnishings,
We are crowded for room. New Goods
Crowding us every day. Come and
get bargains while you may.
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
a w a .
Which we are
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Headquarters for Good
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for 5 cents a yard.
tor 10 cents a yard.
at the lite House.
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selling for $3.60.
to examine them as
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Goods at Low Prices.
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