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g hc ac&icltita gailtj iglc: Jfridaij pCoruiiXQ, gXoxTcmbjer 5, 1886.
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E. E. Carter of Lynchburg-, Va., is in the
J. C. Smith, of Foifc Worth, is in tho city
C. 13. Davit, of Elkhart. Intl.. anivedin
the city yc&tcrday.
Tiio btcam legisters for tho Bitting Bros,
building have arrived.
F. J. Bet ry came down from Moiton to
look at tiis inetiojjoliA.
J. V. Crenshaw and -nifo came up from
Mr. II J. Hcaiy has "been sick for .'omo
dayi v. ith malarial fever.
Johnson & Blackw elder yesterday sold the
Globe iron works for $34X00.
C. J. Liurhnus has accepted a position as
shipping clerk at tho Spice Mills.
Sin?. Ilcnry Giilcu is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Woollard, of 2iorth Fourth avenue.
Mr. A. W. Westfnll, of Cricoid, came into
the city yesteiday en route to Butler county.
Foster Brook "Kith L. C. Strong has re
turned from a very pleasant trip to Chicago.
Marriage licensor as issued yesterday to
Orai M. Baker and TIattie Smith,of Greeley,
J. E. Caldtt oil, of Emporia, ran down to
tho city yesterday to look at some of his pro
II. M. King, wholesale dealer in fruit and
vegetables, Springfield, Mo., was in tho city
yesterday on business.
Eraiuard Allison of .it. Louis, chief of the
advertising department of tho Missouri Pa
cific system is hi the city.
A fine horse belonging to tho Hydraulic
-Mill company, was found dead yesterday
morning in the stablo.
Soma ouo stole 11 pair of boots that were
hung out for display beforo Lock & Findoiss'
storo "Wednesday evening.
Tho walls for tho batement and first story
of tho Carey hotel have been completed and
tho work is progressing lapidly.
Mr. Hovilott, of Xow York, ha? been look
lag over the metropolis for tho past few days
and is much. pleased with its growth.
MLs Laura Woodcock left lat u cuing for
Kingman to visit her brother, Henry Wood
code, conductor on tho "Wichita & Western.
The "Woman's Relief Corps will hold thoir
lirsticgular meeting of this month ou Fri
day, X.Vcmber " nfc -:yo V- m" cfc -)ti c"
F. A. Iorth left last c en'uig for Torring
ton, Conn., having just received a telegram
announcing the tad intelligence of tho dan
gerous illness of his. sister.
Major Ilaag, of Norwich, was in the city
ycterday and called at the Eagli: office,
leaving an order for a complete set of books,
blanks, etc., fur the city.
Owar McCune, lato with P. V. Hcaly,
"Wichita, died at his home four miles north of
Scott, a 1 o'clock last Sunday. His friends
in this city learn of this aid event with deep
imrst mid biu"rv were standing in front
of Law reuee's drug stot e last evening. The
horso became frightened and started up
Douglas avenue IIo was finally eaptuted
at the corner of Market street.
Col. 11. C. Cole commenced work yester-
1.-i v on his 1 reidencc at Carev P.irk. It will
1h a two-story frame, costing near $2,300.
He proposes to ntsh the iork sis fast as pos
sible and hae it ready for occupancy in a
The follow iuz railroad las?cnjrer agents
were in the city yesteulay: B. L. McLean,
of tho Chicago & Alton: "W. F. Snyder, of
tho "Bee Line;" Cutis. C. Conklin, of th
Vaudalia: and James Gnrvev, of the Lako
Erij & "Western.
Burslars last evening tried to effect an eu-
trauce into tho rcaideneo of Mrs. Garrett aud
R. E. Green, on West Cential avenue, but
being unsuccessful made a third attempt at
th house of Mr. Strong. He raised the
win low aud frightened them away.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Leaven, ?v3 Iorth
Markot stivet have sold then- property to
Dr. K. Mathews. The old people have been
here nine years, and w ill soon return to ike
homo of their childhood in Reading. Pa., to
spend the remainder of thoir days.
G. W. Larimer left via the Friseo for
Kcw York to supply the llrni of Larimer &
Stcusoa with an entire new stock of dry
goods-, etc, for their old stand, which they
have hal thoroughly renoiated, so bo ou the
lookout for no cities in the near future.
Mr. A. Wagner brought to this office yes
terday some clustors-of half-grown pears, the
j2coul croptliis year, off a tree on his prem
ises oa South Main street. If the fruit could
Lav1 a month to sin weeks of o:en, pleasant
woather it would mature and ripan into per
fection. Julgo Glenn yesterday secured for Geo.
W. Builey, .300 hack pay as First Lieuten
ant. Tho amount was received in accord
ance with a recent provision of Congress al
lowing pay to T;ommissionl officers from
the dnte of thtir commission instead of from
the data of muster.
Jaip "Kenworthv. of West Ulkton. Pratt
v , .
couutv, Ohio, father of J. R. Keuwcrthy, of
our citv, is in the city on bmuicss and pleas-
ure combined. Ho has malo soin purchases
of real estate. Mr. Iv. was in our oty clev-
LTCar? ago ana marus me great ueveiop -
After Yean, of Monkeyln;:, Kctlleman and
ftlfason "vlili Test 'J heir hpced To-day at the
Pair Grounds. Intense Interest Manifested.
The great foot laco between Kettlercanu
and Gibson will come oil to-day at the "West
Wichita fair grounds, between two and five
o'clocl:. To say that there is great interest
iu the affair is putting it mildly. It is safe
to say that more money-will change hands at
the close of the race than ever did in this
city in one day befote. For-some davs
sporting men have been arriving
from Chicago. St. Louis and Cincinnati.
NovYork and Philadelphia is also represented
while San Francisco comes in with not less
than a round 'dozen. The Anfcaony delega
tion arrived last evening with $30,000 for
It would be dincult to tell who has the
sti ongest backers or who is tho favorite.
Money is being up dollar for dollar and al
most in any crowd interested in the race, a
man is taken up when he offers to bet on
either of tho contestants. One can scarcely
form an estimate how much money is already
wagered much less to predict the amount
that v. ill be. One can fo.-mno idea of the
interest manifest without having passed some
time in the betting crowds. At a lato hour
last night it was estimated that already there
was at least $100,000 awaiting the result of
tho race. This seems a largo sum but thoe
most acquainted with the affair aro confident
that such is true. It is believed that tho
amount will be doubled b;. the time the 1 ace
There seems to be no city favorites. Men
from Chicago aio supporting both of them.
The-same is truo of the St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Sau Francisco and Kansas City n:oii.
Everything seems- to bo mixed up the
brother lifted against the brother. This
seems to be translated bj- all a favorable for
a fair race. Another thing that assists in
making the belief that ih?y will work for
blood i the appearance 01 all wuo
have a money inteiot in the
result. Neither iide shows composuie
when by themacl-.es and labor at times con
siderably to show confidence when m the
presence of each other.
At a lato hour last night w hen a lcpoi ter
was investigating the matter he met a jren
tleinau who had mado a largo aim on Ket
tleman at a 1 aco in Kansas City. He aid he
was inclined to think that ho ought to sup
port tho samo man again '-by rights," but he
believed Gibson would bo winner and hence
ho had several thousand up on him. In talk
ing to another gentleman he said ho had but
on Gibson at a former ia?o and had gained
his money, but ho was now suppoi ting Ket
tlcinan. The race seemed to Ikj tho solo topic of
conversation last mgur, noui ou xue
streets and in tho hotels; Iho arrival
o tho sporting men led the citizens into tLd
discusison and to say that there was au ex
citement is putting it mildly. Thia bciug
case it is safe to predict that au immense
crowd will w itness tho race.
Mr. P. Sullivan aud family of De Haines,
Texas, arrived in the city Tuesday. Mr.
Sullivan was in tho city a number of years-
ago aud says' tliat it was tho leading town of
tho southwest at that time. In speaking to
a gentleman yesterday ho said ho remember
ed that it was tho opinion of some that Wich
ita w ould never grow to such a siza as to bo
of an' commercial importance but he always
thought It would aud don't want to bo a "I
told you so."' either. He maintains that tho
conclusion admitting a future greatness to
tho city was but a natural lcsult of the sur
rounding cii cumstancc.
While he claim; to have
continually argued for the town
ho admits that ho did not think that this
year would find so wonderful a growth.
Heai ing favoiablc reports of the city for six
years had Jet! him to believe that there was
oomotown beio. irowasslior.ua part of
tho business pai t of the city yesterday and
expresses himself as much surprised to sec
the business aspect. He is not slow to admit
that the step of an aieiage Wichita business
man is quite an improvement over tho aver
age Lone Star gentleman. lie seems to be
wvll pleased with the city and will leraaiu
Yesterday morning as a prominent busi
ness gentleman of this city was going to his
place of business ou East Douglas avenue, he
found two opened letter? lying on tho side
walk. He gavo them a place in his pocket,
and on rcachintr his establishment had the
audacity to read them. Tho were addressed
to h lady w ho has boon visiting in this city
for soui" time, but who lives in a town not a
thousand miles from Wichita. She occupied
a high position iu society circles.
One of the letters had evidently boon w rit
ten by her husband, who for convenience will
be called Frank. Ho complained of her pio
longing her visit. The second letter was
written bj- a traveling man, and it doas not
indicate that she will leave on her return
trip until Monday or Tuesday.
The trial of Dr. 1. S. It. Kirklaud was
resumed in Judge Walker's court yestorday
morniug. Near thirty witnesses gave testi
mony and that part of the proceedings was
not finished until near 4 o'clock. The case
was given to the jury without any attorney
oratorv. aud shortlv after 0 o clock rendered
a verdict of "not guilty of the charge pre
ferred." The verdict seemed to be quite a surprise to
a number who had tortured themselves to
hear the shameful evidence. A juryman,
speaking of the matter aftr the verdict was
reudored, said that it was evident to him
that tho defendant was a bad man, but that
the ovidcaco prod uced was not sufficient to
prove the charge.
ANOTKEK DUl'U sTOKE.
?.-o,. tl,u 1nMtc -- 1TV V- A Tl 1
i..i. . "" -a." "" "--v. - iij.ei -
keld, of Louisville, Kentucky, came to this
city for tho purpose of examining the favor
able poiut in this city for starting a first
class drug store. He was favorably im
pressed after he had gained a know ledge of
the town. At the same time Mr. T. E. Muu
son, of Mutism & Co.. of Kansas City, was
in the citv aud Uw two -gentlemen decided to
join in the drag business in tho city. The
conclusion arrived at busines-a -a ti next
thing in order. A room va. one of the brick
buildings on North Main street between Sec -
ond and Third streets -was secured and a
stock purchased. The new cotapuay will
have everything reedy in a few days.
Wednesday niht about 9 o'clock there w-ns
a hack smash-np at the cornerof Thinl street
and Waco avenue
William xarr vvns driv -
ing a hack ami was racing with a gentleman
in a carriage. Hebysom mans left the
J street and ran int a d: h br-akingup
. uiings generally, meua . oe.uawi nooi
THn FIKEMEN'S BAI.I.
Tho Firemen's ball lost evening at tne
G. A. R. hall was ono of the greatest cveuts
of tho season. Over :Yrt tickets had been
sold, and tho hall was crowded to its utmost.
When the grand march at 9 o'clock took
placo fully sixty couples participated. The
dancing then continued until about 10:.10,'
when tho dancers wei o asked to take seats,
as there would bo a slight variation in the
After order had been restored, Mr. Silas
Robinson, editor of the Resident, stepped to
the front of the rostrum, carryingin his hand
an elegant silver speaking trumpet, and said
"Mr. Walden please step here a few miuutes.
There is in store for you n surprise, and I
5:now an agreeable one. It is, too. an honor,
such as we as American citizens can receive
and bestow. When a:i individual conducts
himrelf as to gain tho respect of the county
at large, and thoco with whom he is associ
ated ti ehief of the tiro company, his ser
vices will be recognized. I therefore have
the Tileau:e of presenting to you this tram
pet. It i-, a present by Hook and Ladder
company No. 1 and Hoso company
No. I, as a tokn of their regard and
esteem not only as a gentleman but as chief
of tho C10 department. May it prove as a
talisman to guide 'you and a means in case
of lire to call to your aid the valiant fire
boys. Uso it through life and when Gabriel
blows his trumped at tho end answer ouo
back for the fire laddies of Wichita.1'
Mr. Walden replied: ''Mr. Chairman and
members of the fire department. This is the
second time that I have been the recipient of
kindne&3 from you and I feel proud of this
not from its value but as a token of your
friendship. I shall try to use it well ami
when I am using it I think of you. Again
gentlemen I .thank 3-011."' Tho members of
the fiie companies who wero, during the
speeches, drawn up inline in front of tho
rostrum gave a hearty cheer which was tak
en up by the" audience and the hall fairly
rung. It was a complete surprise to
Mr. Walden. Ho was detained from tho
hall by business during tho eaily pai t of the
evening, and might not have gone to tho
hall at all had not somo ono insisted upon
his accompanying them thcre.
The trumpet is a very fine one, made fioin
silver and richly caivcd, the interior plated
with gold, and bears tho inscription: "Pie
seutcd to A. G. Walden, Chief of Wichita
Firo Department, Nov. -J, ISM)."'
After tho speeches tho daucing was- re
sumed and kept up until a late hour, w ith
only a short intermission for supper at 1
The affair went off without anything to
mar its pleasure, aud tho members of the fire
department may woll congratulate them
selves upon the success that attended their
Tho names of tho committee are as follows:
Commiteo on invitation Scott Gornsoy,
Al. .Biownewell, Geo. Thompkins, W. W.
To-, J. Hardacro, P. Wr. Foster.
Committee ou arrangements W. W. Fur
row, Al. Brownewell, Geo. E. Thimpkins.
Floor n-d reception committee P. W.
Foster, P.. Hnhn, L. Clark, D. F. Riley,
Scott Gurnsey, Al. Brownowcll, F. B. Redor,
Willis Wadlay, II. L. Davis, J. Hardacro,
W. McKay, G. E. Tompkins.
A PLEASANT AFKAIK.
Last evening Miss Birdine Davidson enter
tained a number of her friends at the pleas
ant home of her father, S. L. Davidson, cor
ner of Topekr. and Second.
The evening was most delightfully spent
with cards, music, conversation and refresh
ments. Among thosa present were Misses Bessie
Carver, Sarah Biikman. Carrie and Emma
McGee. Emma Frye, AUio Ellis. Belle Kohn,
Mamie Mead, Gail Caldwell, Stella Russell,
Messrs. Garnet,'OakDavidson, Sam Woolard.
Harry L. Smithsou, Tom Fitch, Mill Merrell.
Jerome Smith, G. W. Clement, jr.. J. Bwu-baeh'-r,
Bunuie Mead. Ocar DeLong.
Yesterday a couple of gentlemen at one
of the boarding houses in the city decided to
have a side dish of politics served down.
They commenced to manipulate the animal
and soon both wero iu contortions. One of
them kicked nroun't so lively that he set oil! a
keg of dynamite under tho table. As a result
tho table and its contents wrro going in the
air with tho exception of a few vinegar
castors that had a spite at the other gentle
man. They lodged around him with a cer
tanty, for a time until the force of the ex
plosion w.-us over. Finally order was re
stored, but of course tho ladies were not ex
IV THE PKOILVTE COURT.
An inquest of lunacy was held yesterday
upon the person of William Sloan. The
following gentlemen comprised the jury:
W. A. Jo.-dou, S. Ii. Barrett, W. Y. Good
rich. William Tuders, W. Peters, W. S. Mc-Bl-e.
After a consideration of the case ho
was adjudged insane and will be removed to
Mr. Sloan was one of tho early settlers of
this part of Kansas, but moved a few years
ago to Texas, and afterwards came back to
Sedgwick county. Loss of property and
sickness are sunnosed to be the cause of his
O. C. McCUNE.
The funeral services of Oscar McCune took
place yesterday forenoon at 10 o'clock from
the First Baptist church, and was conducted
by Rev. Harper.
Resides the large number of the deceased's
friends in the city there were present his
mother and brothers from Ohio.
The remains were taken to the city cemc
tery and there iutored.
The building for the addition to the
Hydraulic Miils has been completed. It is
fortv feet long and thirtv feet wide and
' three stories high. Twelve mill wrights are
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1 ne atiottioaaj mnctnatiry t-uusistu ut iv.
cleaners, purifyors liomeay machines, which
cost near $15.W.
Evervthing will 1 reedy for use by 'he
first of December.
The city ixjuncil will canvass the city vote
tonight. It is not probable thafe any other
business wi'd be attoaded to. but It is poerfbi
! that the Wichita & "WinSeW railroad ques
tion will be taken up under a call meeting:.
. If it is there are some other questaoas titat
will put ia an appearance, as they were given
1 to committees who were instructed to report
j at the call meeting if oueshould occitr.
1 John Doe and Richard Ilcw. inotlier words.
two well knoi n jouns men of this city. "were
! np lofore hi? honor yesterday morntas
charged with carrving unconcealed weapons
Tay w re fined $5 ta-h, which they paid
and were dismissed.
nenry atnjia ior i toiaxmg tne uquu; i-
Judge Jewett Wednesday evening married
Dr. W. L. Doyle and Mrs. Mary Falkenstein
at tho residence of the brido, 003 North ?dar
The carpenter work on tho Fifth ward
school building will b3 finished today. Tho
painting and other w ork will bo completed
at on early date. Tho buildiag is said to be
ona of toe best w. the city and one of which
the Fifth ward is proud.
Tlio protracted meeting at tho Christian
church is being well attended. Elder Mc
Brido favors his audiences" with able sermons
each evening. There will be immersion at
this evening's services.
Mr. E. T. Brown will commence a "$i,500
residence at the corner of Eighteenth street
and Arkansas avenue next week. It will bo
a two story frame, and when completed will
bo one of the oozy residences of the city.
Mrs. Forbes who camo hero soma weeks
ago from Manitoba, is having a residenco
built on Arkansas avenuo. It will bo com
pleted in a few days.
Mrs. A. L. Pitts, of Nevada, Mo., who has
been visiting fi iends hero for somo weeks,
left yesterday morning ou her return trip.
Dr. Jones says Mrs. J. M. Boyd, 417 North
Main street, who has been so lon seriously
ill. is now getting better. .
Mr. Goldbery, bill clerk at the Ft. Scott,
leaves in tho morning for Hannibal, Mo., to
bo absent a few days.
Mr. S. II. Reynold, of GTU!n township,
was in tho city yesterday attending to busi
Mr. I. Henderson, of Rockford
township, weic in the city yesterday taking
in tho election news.
Godfrey & Belcher vs. J. D. Caldwell, oc.
cupi'd the attention of District Court yester
day. Gandolfoieceived last night another huge
turtlo from the ctdf cf Mexico.
Mr. W. C. Craig lias commenced to build a
$5,000 residence in Carey park.
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Everything Kept in a First-Ciass
Drs. M. and H. BRANDOM.
v and Ear Infirmary
"JIKp 'Surgical institute.
sSrUfSS?- formerly of Decatur IB.
"o. S13 East Douglas acnr.e, Wichita. Kansas.
Dr. H. liramloin. one of the Twin Brothers, pays
special attention to tho treatment of Cancer, barwx
treatce a larce number of eases with universal suc
cess. I fel it my duty to sny to those sunVriw; i Ith
the dread dUeasr Cancer, that I feel euro that I can
cure you. If not too far gone. Call beforo the ystem
becomes impregnated witn tho canter virus. Jo
moncv required until cancer is removed.
I will refer ou to a few cases treated an I cured
Herni.ui Funk'e. Wichita. Kan.; Arthur J., AMcrjou.
Rome, Kan.; Easton Whltten. Rome. kanaAoani
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ptf'Estiiuates and designs f urnhW-d on short notice
EAG-UE COENICB WOEKS.
Just north of the Occidental.
Forfeit if ths " COHS'S CIR1." is not a
Genuine Havana Filler Cigar. B. COHN.
The "COHN'S GIRL" cigar is now
made wnth the
Crop Havana, and is finer in quality than
it has ever been.
With next or ler f r 1000 (Jilis will furnish
a ccstlv new' .hcim y -'n, ;rdy for hanging.
This ?i"jjn n c -cttk d in steel, wutranttd
for three vts, a- d is t'li m st a-.i:3c sirn
cct farrished to the trade.
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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
Christmas Ribbons for fancy work.
500 pieces only. They won't last long.
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We are crowded for room. New Goods
Crowding us every day. Come and
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And'ma&e your selection from tha foUovring vrato known mafcdrs
Genuine Hand-Mail SIxmc: .
Tbe O. 3. KSWIS & CO'S Shoe.
The BUST & MS AK. Price $7.00
The H 30TBEK & GO'S. Price .37.00.
The LXPPKA27 & LESSEB, Price S7-00.
-Hie JOS. -L. JOYC3 & CO. Price 96.00.
Trie STACY. AB.aJiS & CO., Price SC.GS
In ail Styles and Widths, A to B.
Oor Line of 15 Shoes are Dnequalcc .
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