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Ixc ESftcTtifct gaily gttglc: lwidaij 'BXovxmxQ, iJjoucmfoi: 7, 1886.
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Business ilanager.
31. 31. MURDOCH & BRO
Publishers and Proprietors.
AH letters pertaliila? to Uie business of the prfptles
hons or bindery, or for information of advertising.
houM bo addressed to the business manager; all
other communications to too editor.
The only Daily Pajcr In Southwest Kansas or the
ArkHnsas Valley receiving both the day and night
AAoiated Pre3 repcrta la full.
One copy, one j ear ,. 3 8 00
Ono copy, six mont . w
Onoeojiy, three irv .i :iJi - J?
One copy, one mo.:h '
By carrier, per jcar 'JJ '"
By carrier, three months -- -
Twenty cents por week delivered by carriers In ti!.--cily.
One copy, one jer. In the State,.
Oaecopy, six montlis
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Our n.tes for tilvcrtlslng shall be ns low as those of
any oilier pa;cr of equal aHicas an atlvertlslus me
dium. , , , , ,
All transient advertisements must be paid for iu
ad vance.
Entered in thcnostoSicnt Wichita as hrconit-cliva
natter, and eciwed for transmission tlirough uie
mails as sucl"
J. D. Bradley, of Baltimore, ?.fcL, is in tho
John Miller i-as up from Ilarper yester
day. tY. F. Pclzer and ivifu came in f rpm Pratt,
J. S. r.iinter came in from Garden City
Mr. E. Carter and mother, of St. Louis,
arc in tha city.
R. M. Johnson of Kingman, was in tho
city yesterday.
Mre. jlina Ilardaure, of tho west side, is
daugeiousiy ill.
Mr. Joo Brown returned from Kingman
yesterday morning.
Mr. J. B. Blacker, of Augusta, was in the
city Friday evening.
Tho Catholic Fair will be tho greatest at
traction of the season.
John Frey, of Bellefontaine, 0., is regis
tered at the Manhattan.
"V. M. Chalton and wife, of Great Bend,
were in the city yestenhvy.
A posso of railway men were repairing tho
crossing west of tho depot.
Co. A, K. N. G., wul meet next Friday
evening to securo their pay.
J. B. Sheudeu, traveling for Schwartz &
Co., Cincinnati, is in tho city.
G. F. "Wilson and wife, of St. Paul, arrived
in tho city yesterday morning.
P. M. Ilaney nnd D. Evans, of McPher
sDn, arrived in the cit- yesterday.
James McCleod, yesterdaj, moved into his
now houe at No. 724. South Market.
Tho switch of tho A., T. ic S. F. has been
completed across East Douglas avenue.
Mrs. C. S. Smith had a stroke of paralysis
Tuesday, and is recovering but slowly.
Tho Catholic fair at. the opera house will
afford attt actions for both young and ol-L
F. A. Bavis of McConuolsville, Ohio, is
locking over the city with a view to locating.
Tho stone cornice ou tlw Van Nes building
attra ted a great deal of attention yester
day. Tho Catholic fair will give away goods of
all ..hades and colors and pay you for taking
A. Goldstein, of the Famous, is out to Mar
io i Center looking at the branch store he ha3
J. Wolf, representing Morris, 'New burger
and Son of Philadelphia was in the city yes
terday. Quails, Geose, Rabbits, etc., were plenti
ful in market yesterday, but few prairie
"V. II. McGiuuis, the genial representative
of tha Finzer tobacco compairy, Covington,
is in tho city.
J. C. Noel, who has been with Thomas
Shaw heretofore, ha accepted a placo with
J. T. Holmes.
John Moore, Jr., of tho West side, leaves
to-day for the Territory on a four week's
hunting trip.
"William J. Eunis of New Orleans, is iu the
city looking for a room in which to com
merrc business,
Tho Catholic fair commences tomorrow at
tho opera heuo and v. ill continue till Satur
day, tho tilth inst.
Miss Edith, daughter of Hon. 12. B. Allen,
Secretory of State, came to the city yester
day to spend a fe v days.
Tho funeral services of the late Mr. Fileo
will ta'co place this afternoon at-o'clock
from tho Presbyterian church.
A posse of men have been for the last few
days repairing the street railway track north
between Topeka and Fifth streets.
A. h. Crawford, formerly of Fort Leaven
worth, has remove 1 to Wichita, where-ho
will engage iu tho real estate business.
The postoillee boys say they had an unus
ual buy day yesterday. There was a con
tinual string at the deliver -windows all day
The annual reunion of AYichitn Knights
Templar -w ill occur January 19, instead of
tho 9th. as stated in yootordny morning's
J. T. Waddill, the well known andjwpular
proprietor of tho Hancock House. Eureka
Springs, was up yesterday to take a look at
the metropolis.
Miss Clara Hendricks, one of Wichita's
most accompli led young ladies left for
Dodge City. Thurs lay, where she will spend
the wiuter months with her brother.
Miss Minnie Sheluon, of Berlin, Wisconsin,
arrived In tho city last Friday evening with
tho intention of spending the winter. Miss
Sheldon is a aeice of Mrs. A. B. Whitmorc.
Fourth avenue.
Ed. Massee, railway mail messenger of the
Newton & Caldwell, was in the city yester
day. He has been "subbing1 for Mr. Tyer
pou, messenger ou the Wichita &r Kingmsn,
for the last week.
E. W. Weston, formerly night clerk at the
Manhattan, has taken charge of the Spring
Avenue house, Couway Springs, and was in
the city yesterday making purchases for fit
ting up the hons iu first class stylo.
L. IL Stiles rt itnwi from n viit to Illin
ois yc tor lay. HLs.ster, Miss Emma, an
artist, from Chicago, accompanied hmi nd
intends opening astudioatMr. Howei. stein s,
Tho funeral services of Mr. E. B. Philleo
will be held in the First Presbyterian church
this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Gar
rison will conduct the services.
All friends of tho deceased and of the
family aro invited to be present.
Mr. Philleo came to this city from Minne
sota about two years ago. He engaged im
mediately in church work, and no man has
been more active than he in all Christian
and benevolent enterprises. He drew around
him a host of warm friends, is ho vied with
each other in ministering to his wants during
his lingering and painful sickness.
About eight months aga a cancer was ex
cised from his right hip, and for the past
si:: month3 he has suffered intense bodily
pain. But through all his anguish he ex
hibited remarkable Christian patience and
submission. His faith in his Savior was un
bounded. He passed " away very quietly
early Friday morning.
Ho leaves a wife and three children and an
aged mother, who were with him during his
sickness. J
Tho Wichita Wholesale Furniture and Car
pet company has received its charter. The
following gentlemen are directors and trus
tees: M. W. Levy, J. V. Mofnt, E. B. Allen,
T. H. Glaskin, C. C. Allen, of Wichita, and
W. M. Dignon, R. I. Eouebrake, of Topeka.
Tho company starts out with a capital stock
of 100,000. In the local columns of this issue
will be seen a description of the building
which will bo erected by tho company on
Rock Island avenue.
W. II. Dignon has been elected president,
and Glaskin secretary.
The Commonwealth states in regard to
this company that Mr. W. M. Dignon, tho
president, is one of tho oldest, :r.O:t reliable
and successful furniture dealers in the state,
and with such a thorough business man as
Mi-. Dignon at tho head of the company the
success was assured. Wo congratulate
Wichita en hairing the name of W. M.
Dignon annexed to its list of business men.
Mr. Dignon is closing out his entire stock
of iurnitme nnd carpets preparatory to
going to Wichita.
CATED. Tho U. P. Church of North America have
justlacated their college at Sterling, Rice
count', Kansas. Tho college grounds com
prise a tract of ten acres. The Building is to
cost not less than $25,000, and is to bo en
dowed with 100,000. t
Thero will be a public sale of lots in the
college addition adjoining Sterling ami sur
rounding said college grounds, on Thursday,
Nov. 11, 1SS0.
Sterling is one of tho most nourishing
cities in central Kansas. It is at tho junc
tion of tho main line of tho Santa Fe and
Missouri Pacific railroads. Bonds have been
voted to the Fort Smith and tho Rock Island
roads to Sterling, and these roads will have
trains running there early next spring; this
will give Sterling four trunk lines. Sterling
is also the center o tho sorghum sugar
manufactory, there being two extensive
factories at that point. At tho above salo of
lots, November 11, there will bo special ex
cursion rates to Sterling from all points in
Kansas. It is expected thero will bo a large
attendance at this sale.
Mr. J. B. 2Iu'Iens and S. Deianey, of Cov
ington, Ky., arrived m tho city yesterday.
They arc both wide awake bussne-s men and
capitalists. They say they have been hear
ing of Wichita for years and with tho in
creasing favorable reports have developed a
desire long since to make a visit here. They
were driven around the city and shown some
of its features. They were very much sur
prised to see so many people on tho streets
and going at so rapid a gait. They w ere
veiy much impressed with the business look
everyone wore, and thought it (mite a con
trast with the dull east.
"Look here,"' said a gentleman taking an
old greasy slouch hat off his head and ex
hibiting it to tho reporter, "you remember
that Dunlap hat I got just shortly before tho
Fireman's ball; well, somo galoot took that
hat and ljf t me this one instead.''
Ho was too full for further utterance and
went around behind a building to express
himself more forcibly.
Another gentleman said much the same
thing, adding that fourteen hats were ex
changed that night.
eon.vni: stone.
Haven, Kansas, Nov. "J, 1SS.
Reno Lodge 140 A. F. & A. M. of Hutch
inson laid the corner stone qf tho Masonic
Hall building here today with the usual cere
monies. A grand dinner was furnished to
everybody. The Hutchinson band was in
attendance and wo had-a grand good time.
Haven has the honor of erecting the first
Masonic hall in the county owned by the
Masons and great credit is duo the members
of Friendship Lodge No 20$, who are fumish
tho means to build.
Architects Dumont & Hayward are draw
iug plaus and .specifications for the buildiug
going to be erected by the Kansas Wholesale
Furniture company. Tho br.ildug will have a
front of seventy feet and be ono hundred and
forty feet deep. It will be five stories high
and built of brick. The front will le made
of St. Louis pressed brick.
The buildiug w ill bo furnished with all
tho modern appliances. It will bo located on
Rock Island avenue, ami will co?t somethiug
over $50,000.
At this season of tho yenr when many
Indies are housecleaning or refurnishing their
own comfortable hoaws, they ma- have
articles of furniture w hich they wish to dis
card, and which they would gladly give to
the benevolent home and hospital if they
were awaro how much their gif ts would 1k
appreciated. At present the home is in need
of n wash stand, a lounge and some chairs
for the dining room: also so:ue rocking
chairs or other comfortable chairs for per
sons recovering from sickness.
Gar.dolfo has purchasoe the internet of his
former partner Mr. Bickle in the cafe at
Now ton.
Ho Is fitting it up in good shape and in
tends to run it in tho same style as his fa
mous establishment in this city. It will be
put in charge of his trusted and popular
clerk, Tim Foley.
Thero will be an oyster supper and social
at the First Bapti t church, Friday evening,
November 10th ; proceeds, for the benefit of
tho new Baptist chun h. Supper from C-X
everyone come and have a good
Evangel Lutheian. Preaching at Opera
house 10:C0 a. in., Sunday school 2:20.
West Side Baptist. Sunday School at 4
p. m. 812 West Douglas avenue. All in
vited. Plymouth Congregational Corner Second
and Lawrence. Preaching at 11 a. in. and
7:30 p. m. Reception of members in the
St.HAloysius, Corner Fourth avenue and
Second street. Rev. Father M. J. Casey.
First mass, S:30: .second mass-, ltf&0. Sun
day school ." p. a. Vespers and benedictions
7:C0 p. m.
Christian, Lincoln and Lawrenca streets.
Tiiero will bo no service at 11 a. m. on ac
count of the meeting at tho Central church.
Preaching at 7:30 b W. S. Payne. Sunday
school at 3 p. m.
St. John's Church Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Morning prajcr and sermon by the
rector on "What is the church with regard
to salvation." at 11 a m. Offertory solo by
Axon B. Hull, bass.
Central Christian Second and Market
streets. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. m.
by Dr. McBride, late of London, formerly of
Now York. The meetings will continue
every night during tho week.
Emporia Avenue M. E. Comer Morris
street and Emporia avenue. Sunday school
at 10 a. in., preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. by the pastor, Rev. N. E. Harmon. Class
meeting following the morning serman.
First M. E. Church Rev. T. S. Hodson to
day at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subject of
morning discourse, "Manhood." Class meet
ing after morning service; Sunday school at
2:30 p. :u. Young people's meeting at 6:30
p. m.
Dodgo Avenue Presbyterian Sabbath
school at 3 p. in. Hreachiug by tho pastor,
Rev. E. J. Brown, at 7 p. m. Subject of tho
sermon: "God's Searching Question.'' Gen.
3:9. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.
iu. A welcome to all.
German M. E. Sunday school at 7:30 a.
m., Mr. Wm. Kinkle, superintendent.
Preaching by the pastor, J. L. Sternberg, at
10:4." a. m. and at 7:30 p. in. Young people's
meeting on Tuesday evening at 9:30. Prayer
meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:30.
First Baptist. Tho pastor, Rev. W. F.
Harper, w ill preach today at both services.
Morning subject: "Substitution," followed
by the administration of tho Lord's supper.
Boptism at tho close of tho evening service
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m., to bo addressed
by Timothy Coop, of England.
First Presbyterian church. Corner Law
rence avenue and First; Rev. J. D. Howett,
pastor. Morning services: Session meetsfor
recoption of members at 10:4." a. in. ; preach
ing at 11a. m, Evening services: Young
people's meeting at (5:39 p. m. ; preaching at
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Reformed. Rev. J. W. Love, pastor of
the Reformed Mission, this city, will preach
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. in IT. room, 1st floor
of 1st ward scLool house, on S. Lawrenco
avenue, Sunday school at S:io. Subject
morning, Obedienco tho test of lovo to
Christ, John 14:lo; oveuing, The Christian's
victory and reward, Rev. 3:5.
Prof. Fritch intends erecting upon his lots
cu Patie avenue a fine two story building
which will be used as a dormitory and
boarding house for students of the South
western Business- College. It w ill be 31x."JJ
with a kitchen 11x14; and besides a largo
dining room will be divided into good sizod
sleeping apartments that may bo occupied
by two.
The object is to furnish to students good
board at such a price as will barely pay the
cost of the victuals and oxponse of cooking.
Board that elsowhero would cost S3 or $4 is
thus reduced to $2.50. Tho rooms will Le
rented at fifty cents a week, making the act
ual expense but 3 a week.
By this plan tho professor hopes to still
further increase the attendance at the bus
iness college, which is now tho largest of any
in the state, and give to more young persons
an opportunity to obtain a busiuess educa
tion. The work upon tho building will bo com
menced this fall or earl' in tho spring and
then bo rapidly pushed to completion.
A tiro broke out in Bitting Bros.' new
block yesterday forenoon, caused, it is sup
posed, by some of tho workmen throwing a
lighted cigar among tho 6havings. Tho firo
alarm was sounded, but tho department was
not required, as tho blaze was soon extin
guished by tha use of a small hand hoso.
No further damage was done than the break
ing of a large plate glass, which a colored
mau broke iu rushing to put out the flames.
The manager of the work then passed an
edict that the services of all who smoked
would henceforth be dispensed with, and
several of the workmen took up the'r tools
and left.
Green & Thomas, the popular young con
tractor s, yesterday bought lots in Burleigh's
addition, on North Emiwia avenue, aud will
commence the erection of two very fine resi
dence houses. They w ill both be brick, with
Redford brown stono fronts and Anderson
pressed brick trimmings', be two stories high,
one will have ten rooms, the other nine.
They will bo completely fitted out with all
the' modern improvements and conveuiea-
The following sho.va the considerations of
the devds filed in the office of the register of
deeds last week:
Monday S 41.373
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Trotter, a mule
dealer, who holds forth on West Douglas
avenue, wras pointing his part of the ci'.y
red, and Policeman Brasier advised him to
suspend operatious. He refused, and otTered
resistance to tho officer. A hard fight was
participated in before Trotter could be com
pelled to "trot" up to the cooler. He fiiuilly
got there however in good shape.
Officer Gene Clark arre-ted John Do and
Thomas Simmons and brought them before
his honor charged with being drunk aud dis
ordarly. They were Loth fined $5 and octets.
Sonsrf YVvraaa wul meet a ( V R
hall on Monday ev ening al" i ! k sLarr
Elections will las held a stated at last rax.-
Yesterday was another busy day in the
city. Tho business streets were crowded
with people from the morning hours until
late last night. A lame man whp could not
keep up with tho crown or was unable to be
an expert in getting out of the way, found
littlo entertainment in trying to stem the
tide. It was interesting to hear a couple of
gentlemen who had lately arrived in the
city taBc while standing ou the comer of
Douglas and Main. One of them was from
Ohio and the other from Iowa. "What
crowds of people,"' one would say. "I
wonder where they all come from'''" the
other would remark. -'Whoa will the pro
cession endf and many similar expressions
were made. Roth seemed to think that
they had never expected to seo anything of
the kind in any town in Kansas.
In conversation with the proprietor of one
of tho leading hotels hi the city ho said that
during the last week the arrivals iu tho city
had been much greater than for some weeks.
All tho eastern states are largely represented
bothbymeen seeking business aud specu
Yesterday Bud Wariuouth, a jointist, on
East Douglas avenue, was arrested aud
waltzed before Justice Walker, charged with
having "put a head' on W. Lumbert, a con
stable from Goddard. Bud told his story of
the affair with tho expressed hope that he
would get off easy. He said that Warmouth
came into his establishment with a crowd of
toughs and called for "some goods."' While
he was getting tha "goods" ready tho crowd
pulled matches to see who would have to pay
for tho "goods." They fi daily stuck the
"goods"' under "their arm' and started to
walk out. Ho interfered, and was received
rather harshly, and not being disposed to al
low them Lo ran over him he opened up a
box of a peculiar spscies of persuasive argu
ment. Ho was tared ono dollar and trim
mings. A NEW STUDIO.
Mr. W. S. Rogers, tho photographer,
opened up a branch house last week in AVcl
lington. It is in chargo of Mr. Russell, who
worked with him in this city the past year,
and who is favorably known as a crayon
artist. Mr. Rogers expresses himself as well
pleased with tho opening trade at his now
Mr. Rogers has taken tho premium on
work in his lino at the fair in this city for
six consecutive years. Tho Kansas Photog
raphers association, recognizing his ability
in tho profession, made him its president at
the meeting held last September at Topeka.
He says ho means to turn out as good work
for tho Wellington people as for "Wichita.
This is suggestivo of congratulations for tho
former city.
Tho Evangelistic services conducted by
Revs. Mai tin and Brookmilier still continue
to increase in interest, numbers and power.
Between thirty and forty have made profes
sions and experienced tho blessing of holi-
Services commences at 10:00 a. m., with
experience ineetiDg; preaching 10:30 a. in.,
lollowed with communion services. Bible
reading 3:00 p. m.: preaching service' .7:30
p. m.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Younger, a tin
ner, while engaged in putting spouting
aloug tho eaves of Mr. Valeuiiuu's building,
fell to tho ground, alighting irpiarely u?on
hisftet. Ho was lmmediarsly taken loo
physician aud an examination showed that
tho tibia of In left kg had been broken and
tho fibia mslocated. The wounds were
dressed and tho patient v.-ar, i esting com
fortably last evening.
Last evening ono of the -'big guns" of the
railroad was ou East Doudlas avenue- pretty
full aud flourishing in unpleasant proximity
to tho faces or tho passers by a large gun
aud making himself- otherwise unfavorably
prominent. Policeman Lilly interfered and
i.narcked him off to the cooler. He gave bail
for his appearance Monday afternoon to an
sv. er to tho charge of disturbing the peace.
lec rum;.
Prof. J. C. Hazjlty, a uative African, will
lecturo at the African ZL E. church tomor
row evening. He hai quite an enviable rep
utation as an orator, a id will doabtless gu'u
the crowd satisfaction. His lecturo is based
upon the customs aud habits of u-itive Afri
cans. Next Moudav evening the regular monthly
reception lo members nnd their friends will
be criven at the Y. M. C. A. rooms. Tai en
tertainment committee provides a shoi t mu
sical and literary programme, aud in addi
tion the delegates to the state convention will
arrive en the evening trfiin aud como direct
to tho rooms and give their uxpt esaions of the
convention . All members of the association,
all members of the Ladies' Auxiliary .and all
friends of the w-oika.-e very cordially invited
to be present.
The following new students during the
past week have entered the" Southwestern
Business college: H. F. Hill, Mark Buuker,
Charles A. Blakely, all of Widuta: J. F.
March. Senoy. Iowa; Willard Boone, Bed
ford, lad.: B. O. Clark, Garden Plain: A. F.
Lindewall, Alton. HI ; Will Garver, Streator,
I1L; J. II. Morehoii-e. Coui-dl Grove; Elmo
Sweet, Cheney: J. J. Manniou, Augusta.
I. P. Couoh. shan't of ilaye. county,
called yesterday aiid stated that th : man
Mosier was killed in ths Indian Territory,
aboutVoe-half mde -outh of tho line. Th-?
abow statement 3 corroboniS! by the coro
ner and some dozen or more fanners raad.
in" in the immediate vicinity of arSrsrv ti
tragedy occurred.
Rev. Chas. J- Adams, th popular rector
of St. John's Epfecotwil church, wiH start
for Denver. Cakua-lo. to-morrow morning.
He goes on a v to his fomi9r some, cwi aso
to attend to swae business? Tnaiiers. 1 ez
IHJCts to i beck and in tiw chaacsl of S.
Johu's next Sutiday.
A deep intenssr has be-in awaken! in S&e
meeting? at the Central Christian efearch
and good resulte are being realizad. Th
ministry of th city and all others iatcrestl
are invited to Jowl Uiair help to the work al
rwdy b5un.
YfSterday a borse attached to a carriaise
became f rishte-iwl on First streei near the
couaty building, ami in attempting to zet
up a Orst-class ruuaway, broke th carriage
aod scarred the driver ost of two year
' growth.
The Sunday school institute a; iha Ein
jKria Avenue church will Iwgin tomorrow
evening and close Wcniiay evening.
I Prozafcwnt work- wfl! L- p"ns. All are
cordially invited to attend these sarrkws
M- C Sona.: V of Fremont. 0.1. . is it.
Lj cjIv Mr S ia prominen; rocjit at
h K?,a.Td t.Vw Lucs aro that !:; wul
locate in Wlch.tr.
Mr. G. C. Strong has returned from a busi
ness trip to Scott county.
Captain L. K. Never was up from Wel
lington Friday on business.
Mr. T. L Huinblo is expected to return
from Kansas Cify this morning.
Mr. B. F. Riggs, a capitalist from Madis
onville, Ky., has arrived in the city.
Dr. J. C. Wilson and wife have returned
from a visit to their old homo in Indiana.
An express wagon loaded too heavily broke
down for repairs yesterday on East Douglas
Mrs. Campbell, sister of W. H. Hogc, ar
rived in the city last evenins from Belle-
2dr. B Sheridan, of McConnelsville, Ohio,
is visiting his friend, Mr. C. W. Davis, of tho
Royal spice mills.
Dr. Ordway and daughter spend Sunday in
Wiufield with his brother. The doctor will
return 3Ionday morning.
Mrs. Al. Clarke, after a very severe spell
of sickness, was on the streets for tha firs;
time yesterday morning.
W. H. Becker, of San Antonio, Texas, in
iu the city and it is said has purchased Block
& Co.'s railroad ticket office.
Aldrich & Brown were moving their stock
of goods from the old into the new building,
one door north, yesterday morning.
C. A. Ford, a young gentleman from Win
nipeg, arrived yestei day with tho intention
of making Wichita his iuturo home.
Mr. S. Goldstein, of Wichita, has been in
town this week, looking alter his "Famous
Clothing Houso"1 mtei eats. Marion Record.
Mr. John Mnhan arrived yesterday with
his fair brido from Fulton. N. Y. He was
setting up the smokes to the boys yesterday.
Mr. Lafe Willis, formerly of the postoillee,
whohasbeeumakiuga tour of the western
counties, returned to the city Fnday mern-
Commodore Woodman, Dr. and Showman
Longsdorf and Mr. Mason returned from a
hunt in tho vicinity of Great Band Friday
Gay & Co., of Boston, Mass., will occupy
the room vesterday vacated by Aldrich ic
Brown,. with a complete stock of notions for
the wholesale trade.
Mr. W. R. Smith has been admitted to
practice in the district court. He is a grad
uate of tho law depaitment of Columbia
university, Washington City.
The firm of Terry & Dumont has changed
to Dumont & -Hayward. Hayward is a
young man from Cincinnati, and a graduate
of the Boston school of Technology.
The exercises of Crescent society were
given at tho High school Friday afternoon.
Quite a number of visitors were present and
the program was carried out oxcellontly.
The Catholic fair begins Monday and con
tinues through tho week, aud week after next
the Clark Comedy company plays tho entire
week, so that thero will bo no lack of amuse
Eighteen books were received yesterday
by the young ladies' committee as contribu
tions to the library of the Y. M. C. A.,
among which were somo very valuable
works of literature.
A gentleman's watch charm, a half of a
five dollar bill, and a lady's hand bag wore
found in the G. A. R. hall after tho German
fair. The same can bo procured by calling
at Agnes Summer'o jewelry store and giving
description of tho articles.
The manager Reports the total clearings
for the week ending Nov. G $i-iS,aiS.12I cash
balances $I()2,So9.40.
Style, Fit aud Weas,
this well-known
ake of men's shoes
r or
Men's Fifie Boots and Shoes
Is now Complete from the,
best ranu?act;urei, and
they will suit yon in
Price, Style and Durability.
! Do not forget to give nz a
! call, as we will guarantee
satisfaction. Tours Resp.
jolm 'Braitsctt.,
120 23. Douglas Ave.
gj-p-AH Good Warranted. 135-tf
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Conservatory of Mosic
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Map fwA
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1 00 D OZBN 100
Fine Silk Handkerehiefs
On account of the great demand there will
be for tliese goods, we will Ibe compelled to
limit the amount of purchase to two only to
each customer. These handkerchiefs are
sold everywhere for one dollar. At this sale
the price will be 48 cents.
e m Receiving New Dress Goods '.-
-: In Silk Velvets aud
CI A A i(K
.U $
We are offering the
Oil Cloths, Ruq-s and
It Pays to Trade
We Will Positively Save You
Clothing, Hats and Furnishings.
We are crowded for room. New Goods
Crowding us every day. Come and.
get bargains while you may.
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
Gentlemen !
When In need of t-ne finaa&ancl best Shcoe mad3, calltaft
C. E. LEWIS & GO.,
ii o IVIaim
And-make your selection from
Tbe C. 3. LEWIS & CO'S Shoe
The BTJHT& MB AN, Price S7.0O
The I, BOTDEN-& GO'S. Price JXX
The JOS 31 JOYCE & CO., Price 36.00.
The STACY. ADAMS & CO.. Price 56,00.
- In all Styles and Widths, A to B.
Our line of J5 Shoes are Cnequaled.
Rive us a can and ?e 7,111 give you honest values and
weusiiui lowest prices.
C. B. LEWIS & CO.,
110 Main Street.
yqnartm for Good
largest line of Carpets,
Matting in the State.
at the White 11
Jene aen
(M al Low Prices.
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