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Txc WLicXxitzt Sailij gagls : grMmj learning, Stoiimttfrer 19, V886.
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-3--5M'3-ar""
r.v. Mii'fius hi l 111-? col .linn mil lie churned for
i. i (" of J n. Ceills per line per vvek. No nil
mo ei.ts m'-tii for less than '2T ceuts. and will
if .m u.-.l r.nul ia'il for.
WANTED.
-rrrANTED ood eaipet salesman.
at 1M . Muiu si, upstairs.
ChII at once
- .t
" t AM ED li' good sills tor Kfiieral lioui-ework
Cilia O-cc. 151 .N Jlaln st. up stu re. HA
AV
iA.NTKb We wan the m.-icli.iiits of v. k-lil'A
jiirt surrounilinir citlus ttlanw that ve win
Kiinnli liinn .villi il-hi'-aof lieli) at .ill timet. J.a
N Alain rt up stairs. '-'-r't
"TT ANTED We vv-.iut contractors and lioiwovlveo
. lOKimwthatuu will Mip,,l tlicm with the
J-.-stor lit lp at all times. 151 N ..lain. Up sl-lrs. --ot
TTANTED-A Rood girl to ilo general housework
. V Apply at cor isccond and V. .ice " it
"TXTTED A girl to do encrl housework. Ap
TT ply at AW e Central ave. t,t
-itt ANTED Girl to do j;neral housework for
VV small family. 131 n Topek.i. -
-wwt sTvii7tv i.niirlniiir.n and wife b aril . nil
t ANTED Bv iienl eni:. ana v....- ..
Lw io i.Ha-suiit family near theei.urc.es
fcreu-k Address i IL ii-l- o.liee. '-"l
References.
-iirTf'D Interest and posltl n as lionkk em-r
TV ?hen, "e'lfwi.-niui ... '
oftnvnt ve,r.,.- Hence, as !m. it . . m
cleik, ..ol, i-er and i.ian.i-er i lar. t -f-.ul'
munts. Havel.umev .e- to invest. Address ap
ltal. Ik x 4-ii.
ward
15S-.'
TV
TATr.V-n.V. I.. Hoj, Finniwi
S liool. onO set.ionus .ii s ..ii-j-.-.i-v
T vvrFD-a-.rnronainonto hhlp t I't. Smith,
' ' - . ,. i .fnrl- Ili mill rf
"W
ri.sa free pass lo the work, c .me and r-K
'.UmV vou u...t I..PI. l;.r ii;" ! our Jus v
l.ir. J. i..K-imoithy,anI)'iui;lns.i.-. iy,tn.
AV
itaNTED '-)ood w' rkinen toseiiti to .i-iaii-.
in lo hok on milrOBU ru . m si.i. -ui
..-.I t ...lir.iill '. Wa.-'PS 'HU. '. ". aranmiaj. "
Diujl ae i t''l'
A VNT.D Isioni- .utters and mw SI
.. . .1. B. Kouworthy. 9 DotuU-. avo
S'n.ii -.Ii
.V- 0
--- - . f. nc .-iriw-iiSvs io work in Wichita
lall
!.tra'v'ute at or.ee. J. li. Ke. worthy
i)oni!
5V dl
-rANTr.D-.
T K'-s K"
do will I eoii
iminters fo common i.ru-h ""
it ltlnt-i from i"'i tow i.s will
J. It Ke iwort.iy, 5J8 Duulas up
15Mt
.TF.D-a.-han.beriinldsso' Krlsfor prl
... sr.. ..f ... ... L I...T at. flf..l ..111
"W
ii I.imill-s. iim i. c.nj m.r.. . ... --
Pl.ll.l'll
n juldrvslMK witli sump or e.i
thy 5 -h DouKw ave.
Jt. KlllW
sttit- M, lh a yiuu la.lj hteuo:rphet ami ex
Jkm t U ik wrl:.T. a slm t.o.i i.s aninnu-imis iii a
lltl L.- s ..ilee. Ad.h. bleaorapher. jo-C ".
AV
v r i oni o .t '" 4,n" l' inw '" '"er ,m'"
d.a "ly .ero Shullz. lltnwr. Kan 1 -t
LCD To liliid "Ut rwo lii.js.oii(sK and I he
her t-n j imi
WMI-uUl. l'JiriMSM wisiiii.K i" "''l"
iseneeii 8U fittii ward. 1..' t
llu- lit 1 at
r TED-Bmnl niih private family ny jw
t... , '-r in .'.uhlle n.-)iols i-iefer soine plut;
i rt'i nin.l ..lid west i
hiniKiri.i.
Addiess
n. c. h-u;ie m
r. .t
rt!-ri.inoist to trail with dramatic coin
ynow on the road lai ixcfemd ..
VTAT:
.,:.' !LV .' V"v."l .r.n.ana.-r uJ. l'utna.n Kl..wa.
iiti
Km.
ANTI D r0 to W) vacant iois; .soon- iuisn
.r I ii.tK In all naits oi me vi-. '-!"'-:-
IKS.
d.spo ..ftlio... helore the ursi in -' J
Knuf "i.n's office ..1.1 Douglas ave.
-AANTl.y-Almtf.'C011.Ih.illdM.r I.KW .KOiiali
doiil.lehari..-s-iiiial.li- tor small ikhiU. t all
at No. ll.l.awii-iiieaiiiueiioilh.
-fTrANTEirI'osltlon .ud interest In i-taliliheI
,.... .i.tlli'liiiMiics. in Vi-iiit.tli a man i ca
Addrn,
teude.1 exi eriei.ee w mi oei oi ii-in. r..
I. J I .. l'osUiriiiv lioJ.
tj.Oti
" J AN ri.D-Th- par.y tlmt s oh- the album froni
1 -JlHSoU'.Ii l-.iiip.tla win. ....."
by returning the pictuu-s. N" luesttons
asl.e.1.
155 f.tt
,t ..inn well iuiste.1 with the
"W
rANTKD A J
alMte.iiicl Insurance Im-iiuss to work on
t. Addres-, In full II. 1!-. this olhce. l..t t.t
I nteri
-TTTANTFD-
-"iMieli'l Inducement, for a few" ia
T on
ml.tw..JU acres .Iesl.aiiiecoii.-Ke "... i"".'
erlv. ti lh-H.ld at a s .erlri.-.- It is to.M.ur him r.
Call lit IviUlfmau-.s. 1 5 East DQMBI..8 a-l.ue. la 't
-TYTANTED-A situation as se.iliistrj-ss to Kj
V -i. ... o ..rivr.t.. f.iniil vi lii-re 1 will
.. .....ri i.l.l. ..,sH. K.. clti.auj time this
II... UU v..wci-. .
wiek.
dlSIOi
one who isi-ni
1VJ Nonli Main
.11 1-l.f
JTTIVII 1
ladj lo-tu mite.
V iiimnl di:rl..ir the d.ij. No
l..u-1!
street, up Man
room 14
r ANTED-
The Wi.hita.arde!isare ijooininK.aiiu
V weaoi
principal n
Ealebioc';
w-don't want von to Ki-t e.i ; - "
rial estate ie.uer ... ..i ........v. ;-
-t-aVTi.D Dres
sinnLltiR -Any oi
wNhl.iK line
lid tiliiime.1
V 're
w. ..irul.' or skirts man
. - ... .. .. .. .-. i
i.lilM. loom 5 up
....... l .... w ..ii io eau ... uit i
Ktairin tin-A. Sinttti in.tcfc.
No lis N. Main, t iiiiiiik
and littlin; a hpeiiaiiy
Mrs. 1.. Pnllllp-. uiesSHMKer
-t VNTKD A warm furnUhe.1 room f.r the Intel
inp.ivat.- famtlj. l a hiiule man A idr.-.s
D. SI fc . 1 'ck bo i yj:.-U. !1
...!.. I nrnnotltlons lrom property
-ArANTEI)-
V o
owners for Milll-icnt land, not lit lh m H" ;
-..! l.h ... build a inrniliii-ni ih'iici. ..
nii.l ii..si..tal. I'riposltlons u. l.e sent to the om ;.
tliel5e:ieoleut Home. 5.15 N. Main
lbJ-tf
.t . rn '.. i...vm tiM.t .oil salesmen t1i
vtpiuWV have twent K"od salesmen
x
Iti.ms Ai.pl Wichita Wcst.-ni hiii
nenu & Collection Agency 151 N' rlh
,ialr-. "
ii'KI
nlom. nt till
Main st up Mair
WWITD-Ono slioe saWnuin. Rood lnt man
oneel.Vtl.lnRsal.-sniHn ten k-m1 Kirls for sen
cral ho." ework. tw-ochaniber maids, tHe cash bojs
Applvat 1.1 North Main st. upnairs. '- '
"XT-TA VTED-W v. ant i ou to know that j our own
V V,..,r...iresou to inv,.t III the Wichita
OardetiH before the price goes up. Asht
1ikI" block-
el.-h.
153 tf
- --. 1 1 .,.? in imw. on limir
lime
ou farm
oT.n.sVlJh.Cks oron shor, ".hue ..r chat,.-.
or real estate securltv. r.iti-s inw ...... ,....,..,.. .......
tinn .-h'.el Welch. I' .ill. ck. iiL'I
nrANTKD-lnvi-stor. and speculators to know all
about the Wichiia Gardens, lmiulre of Aslibel
Welch, 1-ihle block. ls-''1
iiT wtED-A stoi-k of roods-itrecerles pn feireil
1 tf. "e some b,h. -. in.j.rov.sl inside pn.pu O
in W ic.iit.l to u.idi- for a st.H-k of KN. ' " "
reiiul-til Motile: . Jaciiut. room ... No. --
Douglas ave.
ATANTFi-ScraiK-r holders and team-ter-. thirt.v
T mil -s south 01 Ca.npS.ippb, lwllnt. Terrlu-rj.
on Kiowa ,M. i.tlon . the South, rn Ivans ndlroad.
V anl A Court nev . nOlion.! contrsctors ill ..in
- X r s ri.D-" rallnmd laborers on the Kiowa e-
..lisionoftl.. Southern Kan-ti rallnNid Appl.v
to J. 'I. Ilui.ipsoii.i-Milroad louirait.-r. 1 " Jj1'
r NT1.D To lu -tin k e.ittli 01 an khius
.1. A.
duo-tr
Helmer. at Horse 111111 .nine .....
-tiT vSTED- lt..rmweirormoiiev, w e place nioiie.
at the low 1-1 rales n all kinds of elmttelM
ceriiv loans. and also ou mcoiuI n.ortnwe, on farm-.
Wield'.. lUi.kliiK Co. No lis W.-t Ilmil-Ih ve ..-.f
AN I l.l'-lo UMliSStM'
m 01. l.iLslne
wutiin lh.'
blH-kt and
nct thlrtv
n siilen.v 1 roiK-nj
tr
dais.
Kiis.ts Umii. an.l liiM-stiueu. iiiuiwi.
ir.wil.li- To 1. Kiu at
must rat-s, :
1 ...... ,.r.n...iiv Moiiev readi nnv
lnv
pron-ri
c. W. Cnier. " ii M.iinst,
.mm:
- -iANTKn o.kke'iH'r and buslm-ss men to
know that the National Aci-outitauts- Dureau
ofT.-rs uiiMiriss-isl facilities for the pr.K-uren.ent of
nrYvl "s iilen and women for lJ'- .
keepers and HCisnmtants. lhisliiesN men w li o want
eloclenl Help. a!i.l.eiH.-rt lK.kkii-!K-rs win. ",'1,I,V
flrst vlastn-K-r.-iKH't. and want situation,. vv-.niM do
.. ... ...iV..i.. .,V oni.t for the state of Kansas
at thesouthw.-st. rn UUMltess ColltVt'
s;u;.
Wichita. Kan
d 2s tf
ANl ED- l4i.. and gentlemen to know tiial
"W
students at Hie M.uinwes.i-iu ...-v-- -i-:;
istr u-tM .rlvt t their d-ks. thus awldinu
l,VL,rrss.ne. t. 1 r-ons can attend the da or
are In
all emSkiri-Hsinei
Ions with eo.nnl ailvanlaces.
evening
--l7-ANTKD-Ai;'4?lr r,,r falliilj of tlirve; 1 N
EiniKirhi nve. C. I ITatt -
FOR I51HCT.
-ort HFVT nice 4 room house with cellar, for
j'mouth AF.ter Sutaertaml. n-al eMate
and 1 atis, -oddanl, Kan.
17CP RENT-Nlcely furnlshoil nviinswltli "J;
V ,j wtst Second slreit.
-lfl lfCsT4Vnr tworiiriirstUH. n.m""" --
X wiOumt ho.inl.4U. south Hmporla
iv e. 3 Work-
south Tn imiul hotel.
l-t
"I ,-sOIt EI NT
lur.. elieerfl.l furllshel WlMB. l-t
r fr.
out w itli closit. throe uiik;s i- 'm """""-,:,
T-r.iiilr.. t.1 s s.l.lTtl DurKiril.C. T-.
I. OR IlENT -New- house of six rooms, ready In a
1 few- davs. Apply to F. Sierns, 225 East Di.U-las
n v.-. nc. ' 155 61
I70R RENT Furnished rooms
. SAlS. Law-reiue
ISHitt
J nvei
emu.
"17OR RENT-Cue lame i M-eli furnished riHim
JL1 together with lKwnltulialile for emlumin and
wife, or two irentlenieu. -outheast corner Eawrence
avenue anrt Lewis .t. 15S-6it
T-OR RENT v niclj furnUshssl front room with
Mr., suitable for one or two cenl, reasonable
price; only two blocks from Douia-.
-CfesouthMarfeet tt
Call
l?v
-sfvt ih.-vt.Vw hoii-. of rooms. Imtta and cnK i
X -t.s In fill n-nif:. vvat.-riti li-.ils; lu-vyrlirea -u
pie
To!
ImI. it.-. n.trt of UieClti.St- lrr IlKUUb. H
F
OR IIKN" r-Frnilll room nt 116 Soutk Topeka.
UlT
170R RHNT Ouc larsc new furnUhoi room for
rent. cer. t. and ilosl-. aw. D. T. DunlKir.
17011 RENT net, cos -. 5 rooia.s 1 re-
J? KWY.rl, eH rurnlcd. Apply to "nUxar
rogrWt-r f deeds ofl-e. Witt-
r. ,.,-s-t. is..ri.hoii or unfurutshec. one larw 1 ; luiust,Hell
fortwoentleintn a.s f- depot. Term- I F for tlc call
rlrn-HbieVodle'riit parti-. Addre lode l ; Ss.v, M.lus,
FOR RENT.
IOi: IlENT KroutoRIcr- in the ilfltst block In the
' eitx.No. ill.
.1. l.'S. .Mircn Jl.in.
IOll I'.ENT A nice, well furnished room, within
1 J bloc, of Doul is avenue, ou Liwren e. Kiilta
bleloroneor tw . j;e aleinen. Term-, reasonable
Cv.ll at il 1 east L wi euce. z ttt
JOli UEN1
JL forn-ntlt
ItENT Pie want furnMied rooms with Are.
men at l lu S 31 trie -t sr.
70K HEN A nicely
A per month. Apply 1
furniihe 1 front room, js'j
at aS -S ope-ca ave. - t'
t, ''-.! l..l-IWf
nnc fiirniilied
12 Waier and Third.
; .-OK KENT T o llist c-acs store rooms.
L Hanly ix onion, H7 UotiKlanave.
Apply to
dHJ-tf
IOii l:r.NI Fu nlsheil riKitii' b tile day or week.
1 Ii .11 in at fiir. l-st D..uI.is avenue, room , 1 up
,il.i"-t 1.8 Wist Doiirflos. room 1. oer Petr le.'
eloti.in store. Mrs. J. M. slater. dl-.-lm
FOR .5 ALE.
-t.n ri... iiFI-lr.t i l.L-t laid near .sorwieu 10
l trade for dr oods, clothing, boots and shoes or
uroceriei; uome muuey.
Kan.
T. W. Coerdale. Kintrnuui
2 IS-l
L-0 -Al.r. '-.Ixliti ft. cor. Pine aid Emporit,
price !, ) I i.evv room two stor hollies.
1 lobe!, cellars. w.Uks. lences, .ts, o. I mporia be-tvie-11
Pine ami OjSms price l.7rt I cacli: b"H l't
mi Law rence ai. past front, well improved, will
siil.'j. J'.J.ioorbTJu feet. prlceS' Di-r lrontfoot. 7
100m House ou lopika nve.No. (ji..t-tvMeii Elm and
l'lne Ms, i;o .1 ellar. iloaets. wier and j,as, new
liuiise, leu. e and walks, pii.-e fcJ.u 0. A (-ix room
iioutcon ..la ave. betvvteu Elm and Pine, No.
tijc, veil ir, ball-r..om, closets water and ga-: ..11
iii-wprlit S'.'"'- A live room houhi-, 11 liar 1 los U,
bain room, n.i er. kls, fences and walks. No. fi-D
toix-K.. ave between Hm a id Pi e st.s, price o).Mji.
V, lo souEufiiiiave UiM-rside add. i-sit fronts be
twi 11 Kratik iti and Andrews aves price SWi per lot.
4 room house I eh w.1-. Mtiall barn, N . T2I last Oak,
st price 81 l". jroomli use on . 4tli.-.ve. 3 closets,
eilnr, ilsteru, Vo i'1 . iiiee Sl.iyiO ".roum house. 4
r -et-. cellar, on N Water sr. No. 7s. price Sijfti
K r terms.-!?..' ltifoiinatiouiall on A. hmith. comer
M Ii mi 'h id ti. 't
J70K .SAI.l 'H'ttLt.onii-r lotn in W.st Wicn ta,
i In twi-eti Lawrem e"ft brick store and the 111 w-
s-v.ool hoiie cJieai
Main strict.
Prlce 41,71. J. it. sniveiy ia
1 Ct
ITTjIi sAI.r. '.0 lots in Attica for silver trade for
V ich'ta nriK.-r y su e.-es 0.1 Lst Doul.w on
Hi. in rKetfor.ife vda.s. d .cresowast 'en ral
atnbaKai.. Jii acres on Frisco ave at a bargain.
UcnJli!w-hO st. .r Hillside. 1 acre 1 block east
t illHsi.Ie J Hi. .11P irk PI ice. A tine lines resi
ileueeou north I. iwivnce. Call or. Allen, Oraliam &
Join, -ll Mt Doi:l c. 15i Ut
Jwit sAia: -Atnln-jCii'i, a .iv'i l.t with a live
Jt riMitn hoa-e. sood 1; -ll.tr coal uo-Of.-, Wilier, etc.
WichiUt n viailery, li". Jlam st. 15f-tf
170Ii i.I.i:-i larc Canon I.eatms stov
X b.ie Mirncr. nailj i.iw. Fimii'n of K.
ter, i ' DoiuJ.isavc
and 1
l"ii 1m
J 71 ill SAI.K "l'h'Tb.-," a bay nun- llfle-n and one
hiir hands hii'li, routed in Is ' Rlred bvAbdamed
Ilen. sou of WiiKlwar I ' tli-i.i Alien, (lull bro 1 ir
nt n.i .lei Lainoer: ) Pliasbe is ' . liu Isome, be
i...r '.!.!.. f.. khnn .1 l.itt Ho an I will nmken will!
If iv on rlv htiitll'-d She Is 1 ualf sisirr
- Mr.
Mold's fas't in i.e. laid Oj -He.
olia A. Vail
1W f.
jsiill
.sun SALE 114M.V1S I mnoimivc, e.it.tront, tor
.HJ hat iium A i.eorg'-. 1 1'J '"ain n
1701l S-AI.E Two iotrton Stn ave
OllS-AI.E In
tWO IlloekR "OUtll
'..). f..ji enili.
JU of Limoliib ixet silio.d. piio.
1. mi. .. In nivii.i mfi 1..-11RMIM hrtserat i in.r . ent.
inteiest Ad'uess. Jenkins. LagleoiU'e. IV.Mi
I7iilisl.i; Iw.istoiv busliieiv. bloekon Main sr.
I between Douglas and 1st st , bargain rariiuni A
Uiorse, llOM -in -t. (,t
IOIl SALE-The Kennedy hotel, furniture and
V fixture. Tor $ni) in ash. A lure dinning room
sits il ai once, 1 ir.e kitchen and ..nice room, n lin,e
eiNikn.K riui-'e and four lieatihK sto.es, sliepliiK ue
l rtnient for "Jlinen, 14 room. 1 liautnge nx m and
Hue 1 ell r plentv var.l room and oatii u-es. water
at the door, Kasi' u .til Mav I, lie vt Kno 11 for tin
nasi live veai-s as one of t ic lcst locations in tiiecity.
Appl ..i"m. ill boiitli 4tll r.vc. 1551. i
T-nt! sM.r An oltkeon lower iloor. de-inible lo
'' cation, nifiiiiic at haui'mmi a real estate olllo
il.S East Douglas avenue.
154 f.t
X70U SALE Seven room house. jmo.l bam, f" foot
1 of veranda, ') foot lot. one block 1: ti'i .f
Doiulns avenue. rented for S" pir mon li lerins:
5i. U-, St.tVodown bilaiue in one and t 'je.trs.
Call at 314 North Main street. '1151 bit
FOIl SVLC t a; bargain, if sold this week, two
lots on Allen ave, east routs. V f. et north of
Oak strec, one blocks from street ar line fiirS-;
nett .s,'.'.'. t asli required. lialnce time Call ut I.lllio
A Uru'Keniau, My N01 til Main. dlrl l.l
I -'Oil SALE A double set of heav-j hand -nude liar
' ut st at it barg 111. Call at 115 No: th l.iw rence
L70K.SAEE ll 14(1. east froiitot.S Emporia, cor
1 er. onlv six bl cks fiom Douglas av, all fen ed.
Price, S iw) rarmiin A (.i-oe, lilt -Main st. 15 fit
l-OKsAl.EiItTItADE A will Improve I faun of
V H) acres, m MtiKvIek couiilv. Kan ; would
trade for.iKoo.1 tarm In central Illinois Addres.
I lonard Ittuer, ll eenw ich, K..11 I1"4 4w
170HSE-. Full IlKNTOIl rP.ADl'.-City and farm
V proper! v. farm sriK-k and merchandise at lib
ei.tl term, prompt attention
lowest priies t .IiiMiie iinc
bust o i:I is avenue
iii.iS " jvi.i ..-.. ......
sales. K-iufni.m's Ib.i
1 -I f.t
1,-votl SI.E Oil THAI) -V full bF.oded imported
I4 l' 11 heron Norman stal'ion, ..years old, weighs
174) pound . ill trade for town lots or house and
hits Kieiuireol S. 1 Tin lor. MS Wist Doiu-las av
enue, w iehlt.1, Ivtin .crlll Main str. ef dl i f.t
irnii n.v. Tin. nr.teii snot of the world, otier-
l .. it.. l. ,,....-. 1 nv. mi. Wiejiibiiinrduiis. For intor-
ination appl toihe principal rial csUte dealeis, or
15.1 tf
to Asllbel Welch, l.ai;ie nioes.
7011 S VI.E-2tA or 111 ai
.-s lots in the V.
Ichita Gar
I dens on' as(ilin;tiiii avenue, uonii of tbe Utv by
asinmnou
re.il estati
irincipal
e 1.1 -ck.
dealers or As'll.cl Welch,
tr
IrOIl SAl.E.'l lots, east fiont. on South l-tw rence
near I.lncoli. school, onlv $1.W I'arnum .v
i.e. re. 111) Wain st- l"'1
i-VJllAl.h Call at once wtiile the prices are low.
1 no better bargains cm be li id tluiii in Ihe wichlRi
.aniens Aslibel Welcii. Eale block. I.otr
7OH SALE An elegant new top .lellv erj wngon.
I1 inw er been run. Inquire of Ileiidersou, loom 11,
.'.dJIaitist, 15Vfif
170I1 SM.E I lots on North Topeka between 9th
I and 'Oth utreett for SUVJM ea-j terms inusi ue
uiU in"s week, l'anmni i (Jeorjce, 110 Main st.
L711K Al.E -25 ..cies on Noith I awrea. e ave. ad
' Joitiint; the citj , at a bargain. Fai num fc llei.rse,
1 10 .'lain st. I v-'bt
7OR. SVI.E. Inonc
f the booiiiuiti cities of south-
i1,.p..Knin.i9. Afll ..-.tublislied bo.k. latlonerj
Im-lness ad
and mi
dress H'
li.iistc iiili i-ss. ini-e ineaiuii
ab. iv icluta. ans
w ll .'tilUi Ut
-.. ... i l" i..witis tor on Chic.ico av
W.tt
V Uiihil.iat a blj; bargain forafowd.js. K.-.rnum
A fieore. 110 Mslust ' l'1-
1 Viit siAl.l. Clie.ipest tarm in Se.l,wiek couatv
I 1.1U...111111 -u.wtal Iroiiri.vemeuts. cootl l.llildiu
two wells on tarm. a'l sm.'Otli tillable land, about
Suae ft un.l.r cultlv.ition. Urge luariiiK orchai.l.
sit iiateil lieiwii-u ireen with a'"1 teuton. Price,
s:.u. PhmI teuns. M. slcv A Jticjue-, 311 ist
ixnulasave. ' l"
17OH "SA4 E-On noithJIaln. 2 lots botvieen Tenth
V and . lueuth: l,"l. part time, u snap. lav lor .
Ia.Kr. ioiii 1. 4 Main t. 41 tf
-tmMr ah line fnnns In the vk-Initv of (lod-
i d.-.nl. "ct;wickcmiii:j. Kan. I'rhes raiir.iu from
51.-. to S:'si i-i ncie lonveynuce frei-. Foster .J
Kutheilaud. real
estate and loan agents
i.oI.hi.-d.
Kau
K'-tf
''OK -ALEA wrUll.iprmpd farm near tl.ecitv;
I one hui.dr-d andsKiv acres, a special lrgait'
tor a few dajs Callatilardv Solomon's real -tate
nflue. 7 Dong'..-, ave -' tf
17OH -ALE nil" tow 11 :ot in Giinlei. Clt ; s-eial
largail.ats.iiislisl land ad. tilling thecitv. Call
.moraddr-sisE. J. Pjle. real estate a-int. llnnlen
Citv. Kan L'1
I -KH s I.E line farm near Jit. Ho;-, improved. -
V acres ixsl plow laad. 40 acre cood lwv .md. 40
acres emit iwsture. W 111 ii e Ions time ou fart and
w li! !.. In trade hor-e or cattle. Inquire at prolwte
judKe's. onici.. 'i i1"
- .nit s.vI.K v
stKvial lMirfialu-21 acres u mile j
V rronirnrev-sParlv in one or 5 ac e lots to suit
purchaser. 1
Encle block.
Ttrm lilnTal. J. E.
Humohrev .t :
21 tf
1"OK ALl-Oiie hHiHlnsI feet front with two 4
' riKm Ikhim-, or. Waco a.enut between 1st and
2d streets. For terms call on J. r; liuinimrey s oa
l?!e block.
tf
1"OR S.EK OKI l-liir. at this ofllce at 23 cents a
' htinlr.sl
T-inn s. ' K Team of lieavv draft hor-s. harness
and wk-oii. Enquire.-BrsWliie, cke. 10., ai
ter block up -taira. is-oi;
nil.sl.nllnart.-s kavliur imoperiy
I oa Tbe Crawford Real EsSaH- Co.. i
tSft--t
170K S VEK-
Parties Imviur iron rty for -ale will
consult ;l.r iiste est bv cat II .neon Th-Ctttwf.ird
Rel !wt 1 o. i - Norta Uln s. 1SS Ct
X7HUSVLK W.
have a ws.to-.er for wmc pnxi
X Iwislnt-ss vperli.
Tutj -rawfard Heal ''slat
1 .vl-liiiiiil !&-
1 7(R S vl.K UH THADE
Fr land, a sood sto k of
1 ir. shIs in Caliwell Kati
Tb- Crawford Paul
Krttate Co .
Norta Main l13-t
V3
'iiu sale-Mi' own all or t nrorenv aci wui
sell aav of It n lnll pa.i sent dow n: tMUance In
1 . . ... .. . .. . .1 .. I lc ... r... r usH fa. ...-l
bodv 's future .rwil addition t room h- ue ad two 1
lots Wichita st. roout hist au.1 one lot. Water st. '
north S room house and one lot. Water :, north;
5 room house and one lot. ater :. uortb. rooai j
houx- and one !ik. Harkit street, nortfc; s.ugk. lets i
north Market Mreot. f tr.mt i-i-b ; litNc ii,9l.
111 . 1A 12S. 1 ' b. North Water st. each a) tt
front lots N ... 3 -, 4t. 4.. -V. i 42. . , 29. . S9. )..
Wirfiitast.l. tsNo. 72. )2s. Wacoav iois No. 1.3 and
S. f t front. Wa-hlnon aTe. am' add on coriu1-; ,
?! V" ;,"- i-: Th. Wnth st. H.wrf d; iolfc v.,"
r Miami 12. F.vurth ave. ircie . rhilllps add kt
o ST UniH.ria ave. s.r.e.- i- . . . .
if.irnttl.iuajPl
r I;v- L'.vcii or Ksirrj -Sevvart.
ilttsMf
TfC
nTf.5iAi.E .anc lriHc:u: jscs:. ror we sum oi
"l.q luq-ire or ite to Pink Font.. 3btf
T7V5K S AL1 Good nldnpe ana business propertj
1 in tmva of C!erwaten-10 a ccx.h1 farm ntssr
1 co'untv ieat of Cotn.inclw countv; vein trad'-'ffr VW.
I ita city property. 1nuuin I N Jarteetcv":
lMf
;f
nn v l-Tvi.se. to. k and sUlim . of w ell es
!;. pIi-K .?SS5 esTI-iX. :
Call
ment
up Main?.
LOST.
T- OST A i;oid wire bnd bracelet. 1
be suitably rewarded hy leaving It
The Under vi III
at nits office
1-61
or 4l Wichiut st.
1- OST A red larher pocket boat wlsb two S10
Jldllsamliwiiacent pfsta,e stamps 1b it. Finder
will be llberallv rewarded for 'eavimj it at Js. A.
bieer Uilorsnop. til K DomUs av 166-6t
J" OST S.ffl this week by Adam Paul Jnnkons In
hiot bringing a is property to sell b I. Kaufman,
31. tast DosIjiavu. pfecially Coce HH1 prop
ers U ailva-ciiii; every daj. Miifrt
FOR TRADE.
17OH THADE Good new two-seated carriage ror
. good single hon-e or pair ot ponies. D.T. Dunbar.
T7OII TRADE Hotel, furnished, in Vallej Center
1? for w ichita renidence property, or sell for SJ.21W.
Part time. In) lor - Tav lor. i Main. 14 Mm
I70KTR.ADE-
iai acred. Kinsman county: 4 ace
X1 in cultlv
tlon. well and livlnz water, buildings
worth Sl.ouo. A rood body of land. Mortgage of
$lou can be assumed. Will trade for Wichita prop
erty. Inquire of Geo. C. Stroiiy. ril4-4mo
170KT11ADE At a bargain Well Improved farm
X for a resldeuce proiierty.
Eckarat A Scott, at
104 U
Santa Fe bakery.
I70K TRADE Livery stable and the entire outfit;
1 tv,.. .. n..-i...c lli,.r btnlile. sltiiMfeI In the
..flip;..!.; ... tuna. v.h .... .j..., -
..... .. .-.I... ... ...a in.!... will ii... I, fnr mrwl Ir. vvsit
ern Kansas. For particulars address lock box 1.-.
1T--Inl.l.. L-o. 141-tf
STRAYED.
STRAYED OR STOLEN On the 12t h of tills month
a bav horse and sorrel mare w itli white face
had harm's on both, siraved from Jleade avanue.
T .e Under Willi ielve a liberal rewaru oy ieai.iB
the same at F-rii'n barn, ou Maiu street. dk4 6U
Rarirains in Real Estate.
A flnpnirricultural and stock farm, three and one-
half miles from city, about 1J5 acres broke, one quar
ter section fenced for pature, plenty of water and a
small house. ...
ANo in. lots In c.rv nn.lv located ami in rooo.
neighborhood. Special terms to those wishing to
uiaixe lioliiH-i.
Also suburban property, liriuriuer pari.cmu.s
- I'hrls. I. l-'ean-e, agent tor v 111. uii-;
tf
city ofnee
DR. WILLIAM HALL,
of Hall A Bennett,
Gives special attentien to Diseases of women, Dlood
and Skin Diseases and ail trouble? of the Urinary
Orjrnns speedily cured in both sexes. Office over
Woodm m's Hank. North -Main street. Consultation
da or night Fi.i:. (Read Drs. Hall A BenrcttS card
in this pdptr.)
121tf
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MARKETS 15Y TELEGRAPH.
New VorU Money.
New Youk, November li.
Money on call quiet at 4 (j'J per cent., closing at C
asked.
Prime msrc.iiitile paper 4fi?5.
Sterling .-Mhaiis;.-dull and unchanged; actual rates
4SI for l.) day bills an 1 t-J for demand.
Government bonds dull and sttady.
Stat bumi iiuiet ud linn.
Stocks wits seriously affected by the Interruption
of telegraphic communication, cspeciallv with Chi
cago, he grangers showing a mark-id fa'llng off.
The oeiiii-.g w as active but gen-rally at a dec.ine of
yjVA- Th. re was some further light ksseslu the
early dealing but soon rallied ad becamo strong
tS-jier cents
4 per cents
IJ pir-cents .,
fi pel cents of '93
MlsOliril.
Chicago & Alton
Chicago, lluilhigtori&Quincy
ljiicawana
Lake Shore
Missouri P.-iciilc
Northwestern
New York Central
Reading
Rock Island
I nion Pacific
Wabash
W.-stei 11 Union
Total sales of stocks today. :r7S,571 shares.
- .VVX
...i-;j4
.. llllj,
.. li"...
.. Ui
...l.XH
...141!,4
... SCJ,
.- oth;
...in.
...urn
...11 5K
... 'J4
...1-.J
... 6236
... ?.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Nove-nber 1.
Tr.i ling was slow in w heat today and no aew tt a
turcs were Developed. The market opened staady,
lniprpvedtfis, lluclusitil within small range and
closed Vu lilglier th in jestcrday.
Corn opened steady, advanc-d USJs lut receded
and closed at 5 esterdaj's figures.
Cash qaotatlons were as follows
No -J spring wheat '.S.
No.' red .I'fi474J4.
N. 2 corn .Cs v.loi-No-oath
''j'4.
No i JJ e .!.
No-Jl!arley52Ji
Prime timothy lu7
Mess pork 9 U Ijb'J 31
Ijird 5 U3.
She ledin future s ranged as follovrr:
Opwned
'W
rs
Tih
S5
Rnngcil
TJKITJ
74,.t4U
S!fJ'SI
AH.-'"'1
in Kt.x
413s41M
25Kaa
.'4(.t.l.
hOtitlSJoM
5-.l''-
9l7fl'iO
101UM'J'J7J4
Closed.
TVK
74'
Tl!
&i
.r.
41J.
25
S&
!)-
lOiTJ
Wlie.it
Nov
Dec
.7jn
May
Colli
Nov
Dec
Jan
May
OaU
.Nov
Dec
Jan
May
Me.3 Pork
Nov
Dec
Jan
Receipts.
Flour 2.W.
...KG
..-lUs
...T.V
...'Mi
.- J0U
'13'JvC
iu.i-;
Shipmeii-1.
rsmni
Vll
tj;
a,ii
o
7.M
Wliea
C01 n
Wi)
VH t)
lu.'l
:nn
7UOJ .. .
oats
Re
Uarley
"ew York Grain and Provisions.
Nkw Yoiik, Novemljcr IS.
Wheat-Firmer; ungraded red, SIi-1. No. -J red,
s4V.. elevator, sr. .bo ; atloat, .N... -reJ, November,
61 Dii-einl'i-r. P4;V5.. ....
1 orn-Uugrailed, Al.H'$i; No. 'J, l,i; elorator. 4M;
atliit.No. J, December. 4'n.4fi
Oata Sllrtd western, 3J fci.11; whito do. SJC10.
liuttoi Firm at 1:.
;tRestWetru Kat. lieiJ'-i.
Eggs W:ru, 24cJ3.
New York Elve Stock.
Nkw York, November IS.
Reeves Receipts, 3ftW; very didl and weak.
ii... hi. steers !tScdieeed-
Sin en l-wluts. I.lisi; shade higher, sheep, $? Oj
g (i, Isinbt.. ii 8S'.
Hog Recelpto. lit. corn fed hops. ?4 2-S,$4 b3,
17anha. Citv l.lve Stock.
Kamj-sCiti. NoTftrnbcr 13.
Cattle Recekits. 1.27s, shipnit ntc. Ill- active
?nod to choke, $t isvfcsl Pheoiuiiioe tomedium g '
.$! iv. Mclors. $J S! 75. feclliif; steers. $; 80-t
St wk cows. $1 "AH-S2 6i; ns rane Keers, l2 25st
S- -.
tT.iirs Rpceints. 713 jdiliunenss. Ink steadr.
pM.d to eliolce$S a SI . common to medium . -.5
s?5 s..
siieep Itvevipts, 05.. Milpinent. none. :eadv
ir k1 to choice. 3 0.. .4 '.". common to medium
ft 30 4U.
Kansas, City Grain and Prov Islons.
II i.N-sjis ClT'i. Novcmtr is.
Flour. ("sir lots. xx. 75 xx. s y3. faaillj- $t osa
SI 13, choice. SI ',! 4", fancy. SI Stfl i5, extra
I faucv. Si wS' U. Itent, i xa, j i
Wi'ieitt - kei-elpts t.t -. siiipii.ents. KOfn), In store
tfir.mi. dull N. ireil c.sh, G. bid. Deceinb-r. 6ls
I l.ld Janaarv, r& bi.i. May 7'- bid.
lVini.-Ki-c.-ii.t-. l.ii: uhlpmeutt. 2,vn; In try.
j 13S,0 str'i.ter. No 2(ah,j bh!,ecler3.'V, bid.
i Junuarj . .t. ilav . Ctg
I Oa.s. No -chIi.4k asked.
I R.ve No 2 . ash -4 bid.
j Eiv.s. but. er and bav unchanged.
I Pn-v ishitis. -Ronu- lot sur cured hamc IG.bcon.
l't; pried lHH-f, in-dry s.iltcUr rib id. a . fc lon
clear, S shiHilden. S4 75. abort cl-r. $5 ,
.mo.iii clean
tear rlt sWt-s, .5 .. I-k clear, f. ; aim.l
ders. s . s
rt clear. S 75.
Mess I.rk -S :'
-. ChoU-e I ierce. S- f
J! ill Stuff -Vnh-t.
Corn "Meal 0een. 73. drld, SO.
Cnop. eUow. (; bulk. 7w.
hlp staff. sacked IJkH.
Ilav . teadv ; r-niall baK-d. S 50; larje, is ttt.
Flax SoeU. i-s.
Ikitter -teadv,rei-T fanc..2;soo, 25 tine
1 p". '5'.,1 ,. ,. -.. ,ra.
' i-,.-ruv.T...w.:"n,
JJ n-'
Tallow.-N.. 1 59. Ve 2. 2. -HHl.-s
Drr film Nc. L IS No Z.VK ball ad
s drv sai. s'o. 1. hi; No. k. creeti slt No. 1. J. N
?
a.3
6 btlaitd 'for, 1"; -rrea crv. S.-2M; cali. I
l-J.
n. e; r-elts dry, in.
Btmoiu Cirn ftMt. l4i: oren harl. 5: if --ar
lag. 4'i., loag CO-fX. -s,. ctxxioc. lHS-f--
St rn!s Grain and Irov lslons.
i-T. Loci-. November IS.
Klinr Qait; steady H'ul na-h-nfM.
Wh-it Aliv-f .ndh.g,er. - rrd, ci-h 77.;
Deteni er. TT1' .. ii. ct.Slnz 76 : Jaou-r,
75? 75,.ci t:?7-';ly,-Ui--tS.c'-;ie.
2 r..ii csh. lT,
C.rr Hall nnd ra. y; No.
Oewmber UH b: i ; January 5
Alsy S
Oate Pnll aa i e-sy- th. J
3?i ; D e-
, uiui, -), -.j , j--,er j- .
Uye Steaiv'st l bl.l.
liarlcy L ..cbai gwl,
L ad Dntl bi! nomlnallv -wesitcr it J4 W
a-kd for aM jcrade-.
jvutte'- Kirra; carnary, S- 27; dairy, lia.
Fcm r "trra at lo-Sli
Whl-tey -teady at si 13
Prriviluui AcilTeand etro-r.
Pork Hl-ber: ".'
Lard Finn at S5 -S CO
63.1CO; Pt. 35 CM. rye 4
ke'ipt Finn-. 4.t0. het. 5,0.V): corn,
tou: oari-T. 4s),wi.
t .0; vrheat. 3 00). era,
; 5,000; oaut, 10,tW); rye, 6,XI; barley. -...
An Express Train Caught Under
a Falling Mass of Stones
and Dirt.
The Passengers in Three Sleepers
Crushed, Bruised and
Killed.
Chicaffo Knights of Laber Openly
Atow Sympathy With the Con
demned Anarchists,
Condemn the Action of the Court that
Tried Them and Denounce the
Jury's Verdict.
The Tiational Cattlemen's Association
Memoralize Conjrress, Elect
Officers and Adjourn.
A FRIGHTFUL CATASTROPHE. ,
A Passenger Train Crushed hy a Fall-,
injr Mass of Stone.
Pittshcrg, NoV. 18. The limited ex
press coming ea-t on the Pittsburg, Cincin
nati and St. Louis raihoad, which was due
in this city at G:o0 this morning, wtis
wrecked by a hind slide at .Tones' Ferry at
the outskirts of the city and a number of
persons injured, two of them, it is thought,
iatally. The train was running slowly and
tlst as 11 rcacneu .lones erry a mass 01
rocks and caitti came iiriuiing aown irom
a precipice forty feet above. The first part
of the tram escaped, mil me nuge mass
crahed into the three sleepers, which were
in the rear.
The interior of the rear car was almost
completely demolished It wa a Cmcin
nati sleeper and lortunateiy nan a small
number of pas-eager- in it. The two other
sleepers were also badly wrecked. J he
cene follow msr the accident was inddbcri li
able; women shrieked, children .creamed,
while above all was heard l he groans of the
in jutcd, who were wedged in between the
berths antl rocks, unaole to move, l lie
moment the crash was heard the en-zineer
stopped the train, but as soon as the con
ductor saw the frightful results he cried:
Iltirrv on to the Union depot station. We
don't want to wait a mmiite, as we must
care for the injured." In a feiv minutes
the station was reached. A lull corps ot
surgeons and company attendants were on
h-iiod to carry out the injured. It was
found that eight passengers were seriously
hurt, while probibly as many more re
ceived painful cuts and bruises. Among
the injured were two men who may die.
The list of injured thus far learned is as
follows:
David Arnheim. Pittsburg, badly cut
about the head, body and breast crushed,
in a precarious condition.
L. A. Bennett, Xew York, wedged in
under .111 upper berth of one section, has
two long, ugly gashes on the head, one
shoulder blade and two rib? broken; dan
gerously hurt.
('apt. 0. A. Doud, Pittsburg, ugly cut
on head, slightly bruised.
Mrs. Lieutenant Glass of Fort Bayard,
N. L, one limb bruised, several cuts on
body.
E. A. Curtis, Xew York, severely though
not dangerously injured.
J. C. Lipmau, Indianapolis, badly cut
about the head and body. , kf
A young lady from Terre Ilaute, Ind.,
whoA; name was not learned, struck by
Hying pieces of rock and hurt about the
head and body.
lr. Fowler, of Washington, D. C.
slightly hurt about the body.
In addition to the above names a number
of other passengers were slightly injured.
S. A. Bennett, of Xew York," is getting
along fairly this evening and will probably
ice-over. It is thought that David Arn
heim, of this city, will also get well. Xo
blame for the" accident is attached to
the cotnpary, as the rocks which caused
the damage "fell from private proiierty on
the hill. "The damage to the sleepers" was
about Slo.OOO.
APPEAL FOK .MERCY.
Chicago Knights of Labor Moving in
Uehalf of the Condemned
Anarchists.
Chicago, Nov. 18. The following is a
copy of the resolutions adopted last night
by District Assembly No. 21, Knights of
Labor, with reference to the condemed an
archists. This assembly has jurisdiction
over nearly all the assemblies in Chicago:
Whereas, The time for the execution of
the condemned so-called anarchists is rap
idly approaching, and
Whereas, It is a well known fact that
the judicial machinery ot the criminal
court of Cook county is so manipulated
that a fair and impartial trial is impossible,
therefore, be it
Resolved, that District Assembly No.
24, Knights of Labor, denounces the ver
dict in the anarchist trial as the result of
capitalistic antl judicial conspiracy unpar- j
aieiieu in iue msioiy oi .uuiium piuu-L-u-ings.
Resolved, that District Assembly No. 24
will use every honorable means to prevent
the execution of this sentence, thereby sav
ing civilization from a blot so foul and dia
bolical. Resolved, that a committee of three be
appointed by this district assembly to visit
Gov. Ogle-by, if need be, on behalf of ju
tice. Resolved, that District Assembly No. 24
call upon all its local assemblies to do all
in their power in this direction, to ilie end
tlmt justice mav be done.
The resolutions completely overturn the
action of July 2nd, of the "district in ex
pelling all anarchists, and show, it is
claimed, a complete change of sentiment
among the great Jxxiy of the Knights of
Labor since that date upon the qi:ilion of
the condemned -even. The district is com
pred of some 125 local assemblies with an
aggregate membership of 2,000. Of the
seven condemned men Parsons is the only
one who is a Knight.
Jn addition tn the aiiove a resolution was
adopted instructing each of their members
to mail a postal card io Governor Ogtesby
the day before Thanksgiving, sking
mercv for the condemned men.
Cattl-ineu- Conucil.
Chicago. Xov. IS. The covJio of
J caUk growers devoted the gr-ter purl of
Ibis iiiormn!: s iessioa to las redi; and
di-TUssion of paper, br A. IJ. Strnges oo
"The We-iera iiRochnian and bis Miss
ion," and bj Ir. .. Trets, of Iowr. oo
IJrelin." A leuer from lion. Wrar
iHllcr, from tbe t.'nte coininiuec on asri
' cuture . ;rorniitJg support U) the cattte
I bill o" U fore -oasress, vrss read. A
mouon Jaai ;ue execulive comtmuee ftsisess
all 0-ttHn reprc-pnted in the coaven-
! ; pro nua oo their nfratsrhip for the (
S nuroose of defraviri'r the extx-e- of a
J t , -s , - -- Sfc.Q -V - J ". -s. - WW
comniiuee to ot sent io sMg.o in ine
interus t of 1 eolation for the cattle iod-
trie- vas carried aficr a lerjinbvdi-cus-ion.
IveolutioQ were submitted citing tbe
advance in live stock and dressed bc-f
ratt- from Chicairo, and denouncing the
actions of railroads as in direct opposition
to tbe interests of all cattle grower, and
feeders of the west, and an extortion which
should no loncer lie endured. The resolu
tions called on all the dilTervnt live -tock
fxchanices of the countrv to join in a pr
test to congress to prevent unjust discrim
inations. 1 he resolutions were unani
mously adopted. A resolution ta. I
also "unanimouslv adopted authoriz-
in- the president to embody in
his message to congress a clause urging ac
tion by congress to insure the stamping out
of contagious diseasis.
A series of recolutions offered by Gran
ville Stewart, of Montana, were adopted
calling upon congress to remove the Indian
trie-Hving along the Canadian boundary
line antl thus prevent international compli
cations, allowing the land to be entered for
settlement. The resolutions also demand
that lauds be given to the Indians in sever
alty in accordance with their needs and to
change the present system of airing for them
In the afternoon a consolidation with the
National Cattle and Horse Growers' asso
ciation, under the name Consolidated Cat
tle Growers Association of the United
States, was effected. The following otli
cers wen- elected without a dissenting
voice: 1). W. Smith, of Illinois:, presi
dent; A. V Powers, of .Missouri, first
vifp.nrfts?flfiit- "Rimer "Wnslilinrn. of Illi
nois, second vice-president; Henry E. AI-.
vord. Jr., of .Massachusetts, third vice J
president; A. II. Sanders, of Illinois, sec
retary; John Clay, Jr., of Wyoming terri-'
tory, treasurer.
An executive committee was chosen co -sistiugof
fifteen members. The conven
tion adjourned subject to the call of the
executive committee.
Haddock's .Murderers.
Sioux City, Nov. IS The grand jury
retun.ed their report in the Haddock mur
der cae at 'J o'clock this afternoon. The
jury returned indictments against the fol
lowing per-ons: John Arensilorlf, mur
der and con-pir.iry; Albert Bismarck, con
spiracy, Henry Sherman, conspiracy; Paul
Leader, conspiracy; 1 Iu11chr.it t, Jr.
Sylvester Grauda" Geo. Tnetler, Hen y
Peters, L. Piatt, II. L. I.avitt. all forciu--piraey.
These are the ten persons present
when "ill' crime was committced. two of
whom, L -a-, it? and Bisinan k, claim that
John Arnesdor!- tired the fatal shot.
Besides the charge of conspiracy each of
the parties are charged with murder. Il is
the supposition a present that Are l-dorff
will be held without bail and the oilnr.s 111
heavy bonds. With perhaps one or two
exceptions they will be unable to give bond.
The case will not be reached this term of
court. Ott'11-.e m lice 1, L.i-1 er, filler,.
Plath and Giauda have not been arrested
and their v. hereabouts are unknown.
California Election.
San Francisco, Nov. IS. Oflicial re
turns from all the counties in the state
with semi-ollicial in Sari Francisco gives
Bartlett. dem. a plurality for governor of
6o2 over Sw ift, rep. The Kepubliraiis have
elected lieutenant-governor, attorney gen
eral, superintendent of public instruction,
surveyor general and two justices of the
supreme court. The Republicans have
elected four congressmen and the Democrats
two. The Demo, rtts have a majority of
ten on joint ballot in the legislature.
Strike Condition Nominal.
Chicago, Nov. IS. The condition of
affairs at the Union stock yards is practi
cally unchanged. Additional men were
engaged by the packers today and the
houses .-ire gradually beginning to operate
at nearly their full capacity, thoug'i s- v. ral
of the houses have not "yet opened their
doors and remain idle, The Second regi
ment of infantry and one troop of cavalry
remain on duty, but it is expected that
thev will be withdrawn tomorrow.
.Reviving Industries.
St. Louis, Nov. IS. The St. Louis
ViieIills company, a now enterprise,
will put Into operation here December 1st,
a large mill for the drawing of wire, and
the manufacture, oh an extensive scale, of
round steel nails. They will employ 1000
men.
The Belcher Sugar refinery, which shut
tlown a short time ago, will start up again
in .January, Louisiana raw sugar.
All About Women.
Philadelphia. Nov. IS. The question
of endorsing woman's' suffrage came up in
the national grange, Patrons of Husbandly,
today, and caused heated discussion which
threatened to disrupt that body for a time.
Tiie matter was finally left unsettled.
Sent up for Six Years.
Chicu.O, Nov. 18 The trial of Asba J.
Burrus, for the attempted murder of two
female employes of Dun's mercantile
agency, was concluded tins atternoon,
Burrus was found guilty and sentenced
to six years in the penitentiary.
Will Blow in Jupiter.
St. Lot'is. Mo., Nov. 18 The Age of
Steel announces that the Jupiter Furnace
at South St. Louis which has been idle for
two years past will be blown in as soon as
some important improvements now under
contract are completed
Thankful Canadians.
Toronto, Nov. 18 Today was' ob
served as thanksgiving day throughout
Canada. A snow storm prevailed during
the (lav.
,-t. Louis Eivc.toec.
st Loris, No-rnuor Is.
at.itHeceipt9.1-S.;fcripii.ent'. 4f),stronp
witn ?tron demand for. lesirxb e l-ed.-r arn
etockis; choice nailve .tecri 3t .Wa l 7S:
common t "rfi Ship ln S.'. .VVr 4 0; btl ch
urn -te rs rlr to chol . .llrfMSl 10; ulers
fair to good, i- - S 1" lexai.b and Int'iaus
comnioii lo pr.m-.SI !$. Tt.
H0g Hec-ipt. 7.0 fhtpropnt", SOW
iv Hnd -i.mle ea-ier on all tiwU, clioice
h vv an.l bntrherr eI-C'5o SS .- ,1 16
pnetrn TBtr to best. S.1 ICWrS4 10.
mdl.un to choir-. .IsO-liO. pt
vork'rs
com-
nioa to -oo I , S2 .Vi SI 70
-iii.p s-ceipts P "Ir meats, 00; firm;
common lo cbo5ce, ?l S3 w.
Chicane Live Stock.
.iiiCJkU-. NAVfrnberlS
Caiile-lS-reljjt. OO. shipment. 5 0 0.
ii.artciOse.i etff-lT; .btpp htfT-. -S 00
T 10; rtv:kers and f le--s, S' k3 .W. c.-,
nnlls an.l ailtci, SI &-?; 'Ut- Si f"i
Si -: through I e.xa . w; hti,iS 10.$! ."
wetern r."err nlow ; bhUvui aatl lf
r,r.ts, ; 7-iS3 71, iiatrmtreU Tx-, Si -3
feS- W
1 1 o Receipts. -8.0M; shipments, U fOtf;
mark-t -tro.ir .or --. roach ni it-'l,
S.I .v-si '; n-tlnir nd rbln.ini: - J
S - ; Itht, -5 5siS4 10; ii. t 0fe$3 0
1 -tl-ep Kec lt, -.t, l IpinenU. l'9
) rnarke: pl'.vr but Meid. . b tv.. -2 V&H 00.
i wrs en . '. t &, Teac, 12 WM l.t
Jamb-. 3 t &U 'Ji
The Revolution Clotiiini-Co.
STOCK OF
CLOTHING !
HATS AHD CAPS, ETC.,
IM.--rr-V-d U-. yrUi MS-tr-t -fr ;
t es- wBI t- t-l wo !.
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f -J -"- -i- U VT - . J. J
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For the ne- 60 days, as stoc
unist be soldL
j r-peibrr t 03tr, 3 Xaia trf-t pd
otl Gaadolfo. , 15
Do Not Buy
, . ..
Tomorrow or any day during thi
of renngs no vV
EAGLE
GOLDEN
iS5,5nJrti "-rl ryi WvJ- "
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wHPu i ii ' rjD iS-1 tz? - sir "&b
J - Ii-s55c5 I J i1?? -TNs sStJjB
iill3Ptfla ll I-vft.',-V civ
I E-:rW jt nj.r. -T-Tn g-vtl il s -;?v J.-j' P
f 0i$ 1 PJ WrSM
I proffer i pi-
We arc now daily receiving by express and
freieht
new invoices
i
srarm
nts made this
i
cently for spot cash from manufacturers anx
ious to realize. An inspection of these beau
tiful goods will amply repay those whoever
contemplate buying a fine garment at an un
usually low figure.
Special Drives in Boys' and Children's Overcoats.
GOLDEN
MS,
228 Douglas ave. Cor. Lawrence.
I. GROSS, PROPRIETOR.
C3-ONE PRICE TO ALL.
GRAND OPENING OF
S.H. Nelson's Bargain House
NO. 222 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Saturday, Oct. 30, '86
See Some of the Bargains Offered.
Glassware.
Largy Gob et, , 5 Centa Apiec,
Colored TurablerB, 5 '
Lfirg- lckl- Dishes, 5 " "
" Sucn DibB. 5 " "
" Bu t-r UiabHH, 5 "
Covered Dih8, 5 "
Oroara Mcchers 5 " "
Sua-nr Bowl -. 5 "
" Spoon-holdera, 5
Tinware.
Iippbra.
2 Qurt Pane. 5 "
3 Qan't Pnns, 5 ' "
B -ad Pna 5
2 Q. Covered BucketH 1 0 "
6 Qt Co '"red buckets 10 "
Dinner Bucke'e, 25
I also carry a full line of largar !
goods at 10 cents apiece.
Miscellaneous.
'I owel Racks,
Hat fiacfee,
Large Screw Drivers,
Rol.in J-in-,
ooden B-vria,
K .ife Boz-c,
lrnps,
IH0,
Jaap. T-arger f ize,
Io.Qp3. Extra Finiehed,
Sohp, 3 Cak- in a Box,
Sor-p, 3 Cak .. tn Box,
Tbree C hi.d'ts Handkerchiefs
Ladled' i-'audkercht-f- 5 en 6 apiece.
indies Haakerc i-fe lOcente -piece.
G.nte Randkercbief -i 10 ente apiece.
!XtraAll.Lin-nTov. 1 10 C-nu apiece.
Large B-thTo tv -Is 25 centa Hpic.
Fine Arkortri-nt of B ke- 1 0 to 60 centa.
Fin- -sortaen- -fV-eei 15 c-nt-. to SI 50.
Ladiea Gos. inters Fxtra Fine $1.00
Fine A. sonrnent of Album - 25 cents to S.00.
Ful As-ortoi-ntcf Scrap Aibaa 10 e4.ntat.S2.
Dec rated St-, 44 pic--,-'-6 p-reot.
A L-vrve Wc-bbovl and Pitcher far SI.
Coal Oi: Stoves SI Sch.
Chiliren'a Tr zMlh from 80 Cents to Si. 25
Dollp,AliSiz-sf'0a6cento to S2.
Large Asortme.t ot Decor.td t b end 3.ucera S5ctol .50
Laree At-ortcat-nt of D-cor--ted Chtxa Mutt 6c to 40c
Large Asaortc-ent of L&cif a' comb nnd Brush Cri.
Large A-gortaent of L."ie-' V.'ork Boxen.
Geme Fur top bl -es. 50 ( enta a Pair.
Ge3p' S-om'a s fialf Hoae 1 0 C ont a Pair.
Fine A-fcortment f f Por ket Slntvea.
Hair, Cloth and t.bo Brut hn.
Fine Aesortnien-of Atrat Ware
Fine Aesor:mnt of "White Granite Ware. -,
Other GtKJ-ia ot Brery Dar pti s ha Proportion.
I Invite all to Call and be Convinced
an Overeoat
... ,,. 4.
week until you have seen the
made at the
CLOTHING IB.
of the latest and best
season, all bought re
Jin; us
5 Centa Apitiae.
5 " . .
0 'J entu Aptac-i
15 -
10 "
10 "
15 '
15 " '
25
35 "
50
.00 "
h "A, Box;
10 "
5 "
for
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