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WICHITA, KANSAS. SUKDAY MOKprGr. OCTOBEK 28. JS88.
WHOLE NO 1380
123 to 127 Main Street.
More room More help More
goods More work and activity
r-Thafs the way Ave forge
ahead, always givingyou better
things, that's the way we keep
your trade and get more of your
We made a big hole in the
Jacket stock last week, but we
got enough for this week; same
low prices continued this week.
Newmarkets and Plushes
' e are very
busy in this de
We want you
Vb see the big values we can give
jfere. Seldom a niornins: that
jj we cLon't put new -wraps on sale.
The Butterick Publishing Co.
j have just issued a book entitled
It has 384 pages full of common
sense information on matters of
J social etiquette as practiced in
jl the best circles, today. In some
localities this book is being
ij ordered for the schools. Young
-ladies' seminaries and convents.
' iOn sale at the pattern counters.
ft "Manners are the lesser morals
j of life."
"We want you to see the White
Aprons from 25c to 1.50 each.
A Still the Broadcloths come in
rand go out quick and fast moi-p
(just received Blacks and ex
t good. Look at them.
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Southwest Corner Douglas Avenue and Market Scs.
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Our special consignments is a lot of Cloaks and Wraps of styles
exactly as shown in the above cuts, "bought for Spot Cash at our
k Our Special Sale will run throuerh this week, or until they are all
gone at Special Prices,
what they are worth.
-COMJS LAELY IP YOU WANT
R. E. I.Ji.witt-Ncr.I'n 0 O Maktinsov. V.P
Wist Si National Bant
jRITAL, Paid Up, $100,000!
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K. I'atf eld. C. F Coleman. C. 15. Campbell. P.. E
123 to 12V
Special Sale: Tea Rose of Japan Pot Pourri at less than half
price. Small can 15 cents, large can 25 cents.
Materials for Fancy Work.
On the Front Center Counter are the New Art Malerials.
Kismet, Rope Silfc, "Wash Silks, E-ope Linen, Colored Flax In fast
colors, Chenille Arrasene, Filoselle, Crewel, Bangles, Plush Balls,
Plush Cord, Tinsel Cord; Frosted Tinsel, Ribhosine, Appliques,
Plushes, China Silk plain and figured, Silk Tassells and Fringes,
Stamped linens, all kin-is of Patterns for stamping, Scrims, Canvas
and Bolting Cloth, Angora Wools, Gilt Thread, etc., etc., a thousand
articles in the stock we can't mention, but you ladies know all about
them. Come and see.
Cardinal, pink and blue, Eos 5, 7, 9, 12, all at the uniform price
of 5 cents a yard.
W. 0. C. Corsets, Style 450.
We've had many a good thing in Corsets but never anything
equal to this. A corset made like the P. D. and even better shape
than that almost perfection, here we have perfection. If not satis
factory after two weeks wear can be returned and money ref unded.
We refer you by permission to Madame Chambers or Madame Lig
gett. We will retail this corset at $1.00, worth $2.00.
12 novelty dress patterns that have sold for $12.00 to $20 00
each, elegant goods. We will make these up in Madame Liggett's
department and furnish everything for the dress complete, made m
the very latest style, just the same asir you paid $30.00 for the
dress; at from $15.00 to $20.00 for the dress complete. Lookmto
this proposition there's something in it for you.
. DRESS GOODS.
A few of those Highland Lake Checks, 38 inches, all wool, at
29 1-2 cents. Worth 50 cents.
20 dozen assorted colors, cord and balls for dress trimming, all
at 75 cents, worth $1.00. Novelties in hair ornaments, 25c to $1.00.
Hoods and Bonnets for the Little Folks.
These are for infants and small children, and they're beauties,
prices, 75 cents to $3.00 each.
ajb SALS and
-FOR THIS WEEK ONLT.-
TaJe Ti'CHll iij-
which will be not over
HT. itEAS- Pres
, vr. w vnEit Jr. Cash o
H.M. OlTCK.Ast Cos
VjEO. USIEU.Mi, .
Fourth National Bank
paid up capital, - $200,000
SURPLUS, - -
R.T. Kern. Geo. H. BJaci-welderGeo. C. Stroas
Vr. VL Du'aaev, E. T. Ilrown.A.U Hoack. E. K-
50 cents on the dollar
Leading Hotel of the City.
RATES, $2 50 and '$3.00,
According to location of rooms.
id73 C. L ST0U6H & GO,, Props.
E & H13DLT0U M. D.
SpeclaJtJK. DL-.f. of th
Eye. tar. "oe and Threat.
Catarrh aid Suiir irlaiEVM
1 OSce soctiwert corsr of
lus:x za Mirlet street
&9 tuOxK tciiia. Ka.
3Iy Competitors are Trying to Alarm 3Iy
Creditors, but I am Succeeding in
Alarming 2Iy Competitors.
And will make it my custom
To keep going if I bust 'em.
I seJl good goods for cash, i
And never sell trash,
I am never at ease
Unless my trade I can please.
I do all I possibly can
For child, woman and man;
I never stop hustling,
But am always found rustling,
And puzzling my mind
Some bargain to find,
And you'll soon hear a great squeal,
For I have made another deal.
I got some goods cheap,
And got such a heap,
That I must let them go
At prices so wonderfully low,
That competitors will againsay
My bills I cannot pay.
But while they are blowing:,
My goods will keep going;
And those to whom I sell,
"Will find they have dona well.
I buy bankrupt stocks
Of Watches, Jewelry and Clocks;
And have just made a big buy
That will cause SOME to cry,
"While others will jusirjlaugh and
"When they see what I give for a
My trade will keep growing,
The bargains keep going;
Otheis' business may be dead,
Bnt I will keep going ahead,
Notwithstanding they say
I can never make it pay;
And if I keep doing business sc
To the dogs I will go.
But it is very easy to see
"Why they are so bitter toward me.
It's my prices they cannot meet,
And in quality compete.
Theie are some, it is quite plain,
Who think they will make gain
By telling people I will cheat;
But themselves they will beat.
And nothing avail,
By keeping up such a wail;
But will surely fall
If they keep up that bawl.
In conclusion I will say,
I will make it pay
For you to come to my store, -And
for your money will give-more
Than any other man dare, ,
And always deal with you square.
Altho' competitors may kick,
And try to make you sick.
If you will stay with me
I will faithfully guarantee
That my goods shall be as represented,
Or back your money will bffresented.
Now if you thmk-thisidfrT '' "
And want some fine silverware,
Or jewelry, a. watch or a clock,
Please call, see my prices and stock,
At No. 403 East Douglas avenue,
Wis & Doolittle,
253 North Main street, across
Having opened out a very com
plete stock of
Gents Fine Furnishing Goods
We are prepared in all sizes and
qualities in line Shirts, Collars
and Cuffs, Neckwear of all kinds,
Silk Mufflers, plain Linen Hand
kerchiefs, fancy horder Handker
chiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Hosi
ery, Gloves and Mitts very complete-Satin
fJows, Ties, Umbrel'as
etc., etc., everything a gentleman
Is complete in every line. You
will be well suited in quality and
price. These goods were ad pur
chased from the largest house in
Philadelphia at lowest price cash
would get them for.
Our Shirt Factory.
"We want exDerienced operators.
"We have already taken several
orders, and have the assurance of
a good tracte. Remember
Shirts Made to Order
In our own factory, a specialty
Curtis I Doolittle.
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Wicnlta, Mayfield, Wellington
Harper, Attica, Garden Plain
Anthony, ftrfrp.nflaa City, An
dale and Haven.
KILLED BY THE CARS.
McsCATTXE, la., Oct 27. Two ladie
from Pennsylvania and visiting their
brother, A. N, McFIinley. near West Lib
erty, were killed last night bv a Burlinc
tou & Cedar Rapids passenger tram. Their
death was the result of toe stubborness of
a boy who persisted in driving them across
the track when the engine was almost
upon tnem. The lad paid the penalty for
his folly with his life. The bodies were
shockingly mangled. One of the horses
was also killed.
Helen-a. Mont., Oct. 27. George G.
Martin, formerly managing editor of the
Chicago Times, arrived from the east yes
terday to take the editorship of the Inde
pendent, lately vacated by J. S. Dickerson.
MRS- BLAINE, JR., SETTER.
New Yohk, Oct. 27. Mrs. James G
Biaine, Jr., was reported Ibis morning to
be considerably better than she wa& yes-terd&v.
THE EMPEROR SURPRISES A
In Receiying Them He Allndes to
the Scandals Circulated Against
the Royal Family.
! Expresses the Hope That, aslle Works
for German Interests, the People Will
The Empress Ahont to Visit England, the
Strained Relations Between the Two
Courts Having Been Amiably
Settled Elinor Gossip.
CopjT!srhte(l,lSX.l)jthe New York Associated Pre.
BERLIN", Oct. 27. A municipal deputa
tion, in waiting upon the Emperor Wil
liam today, presented an address of wel
come ou the occasion b his return home,
and were startled by some emphatic re
marks in the course of the emperor's reply,
on the scandal and the gossip of the press
affecting the imperial family.
The deputation akca permission to
erect on the Schlosspat, iu memory of the
emperor's visit to Vienna and Rome, a
fountain designed by Prof. Begas, the ar
tist. The emperor expressed his gratifica
tion and interest in the undertaking. The
people of Berlin, he said, bad followed his
joutneyings.and ho knew that the friendly
reception which he met with everywhere
was not intended only for himself,
but for the German empire. For
the pleasant surprise which the
municipal representatives prepared for
him. he thanked them all much more for
the reason that it happened to come on
the day in which the church in his father
had always shown the greatest interest
was consecrated. The emperor expressed
the hope that he would soon see more of
such line churches erecttd in Berlin. He
trusted th.it his journeying would hae
the best results for the empire. He had
learned with regret that during his ab
sence while using his best efforts for the
interests of the empire, disputes have
arisen in the Berlin preas regarding affairs
of members of his own family. Attacks
were made such as would not be tolerated
by nor pprmitted against private indi
viduals. Ho requested the dep
utation to do their utmost to
put a stop to the unseemly
discussion, as it concerned them all. He
desired to lio among the people of Berlin
as a Berliner. He relied upon the repre
sentatives of tho capital to respond to
None of the members ventured to make
any remarks upon the emperor's unex
pected reproaches. Even if etiquette had
allowed they were too much amazed to ro
spond. The emperor spoke iu a quiet
tone, which was utterly devoid of anger,
but bis words and manner left the im
pression that, he felt acutely the attacks
that had been made.
Prior to receiving tho depmtation tho
emperor and empress uero pres
ent at the consecration of
the church of the Holy Ghost,
Which was founded by Frederick" Tho
church is near the Belle Alliance platz
and when finished will be one of the hnest
ediflces iu Germany. The prince and orin
cess of Saxe-Meiningen, the Prince Fred
crick Charles, Princo Leopold, the minis
ters of state and the civic authorities ap
peared at the ceremony. Architect Ouen
read an address to the emperor, who in
reply expressed the pleasure he derived
from being present on a spot bearing evi
dence of his iacher's activity in good
orks. The ex empress visited the church
on Wednesday accompanied by herduugh
ter Victoria. Pastor Stage took tbem o er
the building. Ou coming to the altar held
by Frederick and herself beside which
a black marble tablet recorded the fact
that the Crown Prince Frederick laid the
foundation stono in 1&65, both tho em-pres-es
burst into tears.
Tomorrow Emperor William will go to
Fredenchsduhe, where he will spend the
night and proceed to Hamburg on Mon
day. Count Herbert Bismarck and Minis
ters Von Pfptticher, Von Gotsler, Von
fccho'z, Ilerr Futb and Von Schellendorf,
and Admiral Von Moutz will accompany
him. General Von Moltke, who celebrated
his eighty-eighth birthday yesterday, is
also expected to make one of the party.
A report linds credence thrt the emperor
will confer with Prince Bismarck o era
project for his coronation ou the 18th of
January, the anniversary of the date
upon which King "William was crowned
emperor at Versailles. Emperor Francis
Josenh, of Austria and King Humbert and
all the chiefs of the German suites, it is
said, will be prent at the ceremony,
which will be made a great function in
confirming the triple alliance and glorify
The- empress has definitely arranged to
go to Windsor on the 11th proximo and
tiien direct to Italy, returning to Germany
in May, when the Villa Keis, her new
residence on the Tauuus mountains, will
be ready for occupancy. The grounds of
the villa have been immensely enlarged by
the purchase" of extensive lands of tho
Villa Huttenlehener. The pnuces wili
accompany the empress to England,
the family dJfFeleuce having Ix-en
finally arranged under the man
agement of Queen Victoria
of England, who has been in communica
tion with Emperor William and has used
her influence to effect conciliation all
The progress of the landtag electoral
campaign promises still better for the
National Liberals. The divergence of the
Nationals from the Conservatives is be
coming greater. The Progressists have
decMled to support the candidates of the
National Liberals m over thirty ditnes
in the first district of Berlin the National
jiueraii iiiiu litre uuxnnii.a nunc w
eiect Count Douglass who accepts the can -
didature with a fair chance of success.
j Sunday being the tenth aaniversa-
ry of the richstag's law of re
pression agn.nst socialists the
I order seized the occasion announced the
1 isueof the Deutschrift, a lApr prepared
1 y the .eaders of the party, expressly ?how
tne futility of the government s diets.
But the police prevented 115 publication
i i he socialists rrorted to placards which
I were uosted everywhere in Benin and
other centers declaring that the anniver
sary was not a day lor mourning bat
rather a celebration of the victorious
Vilaxly of socialism. The DentMjhnft,
however, privately circulates despite the
efforts of the police to suppress it.
The North German Gazette declares the
Moslem lave trade is cxtwding lis re
sources to euch a degree that no single
nation will sutlke to suppress it and that
only by co operation can tbs civilized na
tion's succeed In stopping a traffic which is
a disgrace to the country- The North
German Gazette is confident the German
and English peopi-j wiH prove equal to the
task imposed upon them by .Mcred princi
ples of religion and humanity.
RIOT AT A BOULANG1ST MEETING
PAKIS, Oct. 27. Twenty persons were
severely injured daring the ro-sr at the
BoulAngist meeting in the Sialic Wagratn
la.t night. The Bonlangist paper charge
the police with bringing about the dis-
turba&ce and allege that they are desIrJoos
of mterrupting in a similar way a oancuet
tpnng in a
to be held today a
at waica General Bou-
insrr will xyreaua.
CAPTURE OF A SWEDISH FORGER
Chicago, Oct. 27. The fact has just
transpired that Gustave Falk, a native of
Sweden, was arrested here on Thursday
charged with being a confederate in a
gigantic mortgage swindle whereby the
Guaranty association of Stockholm,
Sweden, is the loser to an enormous
amount. A little less than a week ago the
Swedish vice consul at Chicago received
word from Washington that the authori
ties at Stockholm had sent broadcast a
circular describing Falk who was wanted
for forgery. He communicated the fact to
the police authorities with the results
above given. Falk turned over to the
authorities the keys to an apartment in
the National safety deposit vaults where
they found $2,114 in " bank notes. He also
surrendered a gold watch and chain which
he had purchased with the
proceeds of his forgery and made
a written statement. In his sworn state
ment be reveals a gjgantic conspiracy to
commit fraud, in which he himself is but
an iusignificent factor. He says that in
Stockholm there exists a gang of mort
gage forgers and confidence operators who
have swindled the banks for years; that
they are extremely secretie and ouly
communicate with each other by mail.
He gave the names of his companions and
on this information the consul immediate
ly called the authorities at Stockholm to
cause their arresL Falk is about 45 years
of age, and has a wife and lamily living in
Sweden, and although he has a German
name is a r ative of Scandinavia. He says
that his share of tho forgeries amounted
to $4,500 and he cannot tell what the
others received because each made the sale
of the forged mortgages and kept the pro
ceeds. The exact manner in which the
fraud was perpetrated is not known. Falk
will be held for extradition.
Fort Wojvrn, Tex., Oct. 27. At a late
hour last night a fatal quarrel occurred in
the yards of the Atchison road, resulting
in the death of one man and the fatal in
jury of another. Engiueer Patrick Cor
coran asked Brakeman James Brady to
assist in shaking out the grate bars of a
locomotive, which had become clogged.
Brady, who was not on the friendly terms
with Corcoran, refused and a war of words
followed. Brady went away angry, and
procuring a hatchet from the switch shan
ty, returned and assaulted Corcorau, cut
ting his skull open. He then passed to the
other side of the engine where Gregg, tho
fireman, was oilingthe machinery and at
tacked him in the same manner. Corcor
an died in a short time. Gregg w ill not
NTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION-St.
Louis, Oct. 27. The International
Traffic association met here yesterday for
the first time since its organization out of
the Texas Traffic association. The session
promises to last several days. A committee
consisting of thrte general managers was
appointed to arrange tho much noted
question of the Cincinnati and Louisville
differential which has been a disturbing
factor in southeastern rates us well as m
Texas business. Cincinnati insists on the
same rate that Louisville gets to the south
east and to Texas, a proposition resisted
by the latter city, and uoth places want to
wipe out their differential over St. Louis
aud Texas business. The trouble at El
Paso over international rates was also
CniCAGO, Oct. 27. Charles C. Nardin.
who left the city about two weeks ago,
taking with him a considerable amount of
mouey belonging to the dtfitens Building
and Loan association, has not yet been
heard from. It is known that he has since
sent a message to his wife but she pretends
utter ignorance as to his present wherea
bouts. The experts who have been exam
ining the books of the association claim
that instead of $3,000 as at fint supposed,
Naniin's shortage will amount to between
512,000 and 15,000.
A NEGRO PRINCE IN AMERICA.
COLUMBPs, Ind , Oct. 27. Carl Streckle
man, a prominent young German of thia
city, has returntd from a four years' stay
in Central Africa, where he is engaged in
trading with the natives and exploring the
interior of the country away from the
Congo. He brought home with him a 9-
ear-old negro prince whose father is king
of the Lonagon country and a member of
tho Bavele tnle. The boy is entirely un
civilized and can't speak English. Ho will
return to his own people after learning
tho language and customs of this country.
CISCIXKATI, Oct. 27. A janitor at the
exposition building this morning found
Ivng on the btcps near the secretary's
offW the dead body of a man wl o had de
liberately committed suicide witu a razor,
being the third case of the kind this week.
His shirt collar was marked "P. Hart
man," and in hip pocket was an envelope
marked "Washington Park hotel " There
it whs ascertained that he had registered
there Octobr 11, from Hopkinsville, Ky
He was about 0 years of age, wore a light
mustache and thin whisker. He wa suf
fering from an ulcer, which may have
been "the impelling cause of his suicide.
SnFi:ancisco, Oct. 27 Th whaling
bark J A. Howland, arrived her from
Fox Lsland, in the Arctic ocean, today,
fche reports the following thirteen whalers
in the ice with little prosrKcts of their
b-ing able to get out- The Andrew HicRs,
"William Daylis.", Janer, Seabreeze. Ohio,
ItOisano, R-imieT. Eliza, Mass, Hunter,
J P. West, Hidalgo and Oc-an. Nearly
all of the- vessels are from New nlford,
Mas. The whalers Thrasher and .1 A
Freeman have gone to their assistance,
but it wa.s not thought at the time the
Howland left Fox Island that they would
reach them before they were broken up.
A MISPLACED SWITCH
CHARLESTON, W. Vs., Okai 2lAn early
morning train on th Chesapeake Sz Ohio
railroad, going west, was thrown from the
track just atxrve this city this morning,
caused by a misplaced switch. The engine,
tender, baggage car, two coaches and a
l"epcr were ttirown over an fmhanKment
and destroyed by Are. which broke out in
tbebazgage car. Fireman John Clicln,
of Hinton, and Conductor YV. A. Nethtr
land, of tb Chesapeake & Ohio. wer
burned to death. The misplaced switch is
GOV. WEST, OF UTAH, REPORTS.
Washington. Oct. 27. Caleb W Wt
governor of Utah, in hi annual report to
the secretary of the interior estimate' the
population of the territory at 210.DC0, an
increase of about 66,000 unce lo The
a-esd taxable vaJ nation is stated to be
,379,973, an incresvvs of about f7!,0CO
during the year. Owing to the onuiuall
light rein fall during the grow fag ton
dry farming htws not been a aco-'ss, but
Irrigated land has produced abundantly.
AMERICAN VESSEL SEIZED
WASnifJTON, Oct. 27 Thi American
steamer Paytiea Ilepabhc wblk atUrtnpt
ing to force the blockade of the let urgent
at the port of St- Marie, Hayti, with rebel
troop, arms and ammunition on board,
has bes capta'cL The e&ptaia and crew
are prisoner of war at Port an Prince.
THE LAST OF THE VASSARS-
PoCGHXEEifn:, . y Oct. 27. John
Guy Vasxar died at 2t o'clock tbi isortt-
Ing. H w the last of th Vawar broth-
A GOOD SHOWING BY THE CONWAY
Sorgiium Yielding a Better Article
and Larger Quantity as the
The Advantage of Growinsr Sorchnm.
Shown fcj Results Obtained in the Vi
cinity of the Snjar riant
An Analysis of Kinsman Salt Discloses Its
Superiority Over Any Other Salt Pro
duced in the State Items
Special Dispatch to the Dailr End.
Coxwat Springs, Oct. 27. This placo
was visited by a slight frost Tuesday
morning, doing no damage whatever to
sugar-cane; that can only be injured by a
freeze. From present indications factory
work will continue until November 10.
Contrary to all precedent of sugar work
from surghum. cane grown in this locality
shows a constantly per cent of sugar, al
though fully ripe four weeks, ago. This is
an extremely valuable feature, proving not
only the adaptability of this section foe
growfng cane with plenty of sugar, but
also of retaining the same for an indefinite
period, or until a freeze and a subsequent
Cane juice now shows 14.5 per cent of
sugar with 2 of molasses. At Fort Scott,
last season, the juice averaged 9 of sugar
and 3 ot molasses. A farmer adjoining
this city is now cutting the second crop of
fodder from a piece of sorghum, the lirst
having been cut about. July 1. The sec
ond crop will make four tous per acre.
Work has began on the college building,
the material being taken to tho grounds
as fast as teams can get it there. The
work of excavating for foundation wall
of a creamery was begun this inorniug
Tho farmer aro taking quite an active
interest in this enterprise that furnishes
one more opportunity for a diversification
of their work. This with growlDgsorghum
for sugar making purpose, and the large
quantity of fodder that can Ixs obtained
from the .sugar factory when in operation,
they consider an advantage not usiiully
enjoyed by all Kansas farmers.
While no attempt is made to boom prop,
erty at this place," but few sales occurring,
it is au uudeuiable fact that the place does
move anil its people reasonably look foi
ward with pride upon its future.
ANDALE'S BUILDING BOOM.
Special Dispatch to the Dntlr fairlo.
Andale, Oct. 27. Andale is doing more
building than any town of equal nlito in
the county A line two story pressed brick
school building has just been completed
and will be turned over to tho teachers and
pupils a week from next Monday. Thq
building is built of very line pressed brick
and covered with a first class sheet iron,
foundation is of cut stone aud makes the
building 8how up nicely. D. C. Harper
was the contractor aud he loft nothing utt
done that would add to the beauty of tin
building, and furthermore tho board ol
trustees havo taken great p9ide in tho
erection of their new school building. The
board, which is composed of U. C. Sovvle,
G W, and W W Anderson, say they havn
tho finest school building In southwwstern
Kansas and all completed will cost them
about ?4.0UQ. Dr Cornwall is also erecting
a verv line six room pressed brick residence.
It is to le a hip roof covered with corru
gated tin shingles, inside llntah of hard
pine all the way through.
MRS- UPHAM'S CONDITION.
COFKhYWLLE, Oct. 'XX. The condition ot
Mrs. Upharu, who was blown up by the
infernal machiue last wt-ek, Is apparently
a little worse thi morning and the doc
tors now fwtr blood poisoning. The child
is not vet out of danger. The teople hru
Ao not'belleve in the theory of attempted
train wreck and robbery.
Thc Analvsis Shovrs It Pnrcr than Any
Other iu Kna.-as.
Hixs-iivl DLiteh fi th Dally &wl.
Kingman. Oct, 27. Although not rnuoh
of awnsatlon has bcn created heretoforo
over the wonderful oak find at tbU place
the vast bed of salt have attracted atten
tion throughout the couutry and moneyed
men are quietly investigating the quality
for the purpose of dVfl'ng It If an anal
ysis should justify the necary expendi
ture of money to dowi. To fully test the
purity of th product Jobn It. GrUHth,
cashier of the Farmers and Drover bank,
of this city, forwarded a large
quantity as wniple to Prof.
J ItedlckIL Moor", of Topoka for analy1
and received the following reply, wtiwn
show the Kingman wtlt fcuporior to tne
A.. T. A: & Y. Co. LAJWKATOar, i
ToritKA, Kan , Oet. Ml, JteS. i
John K. Orlrti. Bwj. Kfsm. fia
Dear sir Herewith anaryj-fci of alt re-
bived from you.
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Oxm of iron
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IlttBiCK H. Mw:j-,
Cbfc A., T. &: & P. li. JL
The Nlnnesah Mining nd JnTetraea!
company. tb stroasest sU. ospuy at
this place, ha taken It stock oft the tuar
ktt. AN ABSCONDER'S SCHEME.
Kn-LPfMLK, Mich., Oct. 27. Ctaarie W
"Waldrtwj. the bioker -nho recently fVJ.
leaving X. L. Koj.ii. si partner, ba41y in
the lurch, bad by wan of the flrta'x notst,
etc., which he floated, placed lr. Kon In
itbap to lovs shout iVjft.VO. Mr. Kra
ha alrtady paid about IM.OCfl oat of J1?
prirato fn4n. Now V. aldr&a in lrUr
osier to pay tb" ttUJWM now 'ttUtauGinx
If a AatisactorT arrangement casj l rovic,
one which will not make Waldrwa a law
breaker In onirr to make xU arrange
xnrat Cot Jobs Attinton and Henrr C
Thurber, of Drtroit, will leave tor ET&pt
tod-y Atkiwn J Waldron' attortw
and rourtrfsr go- in tb lawt of Keaa
TfEtESA, Mont.. Oct. 27, Uwlore Mejcr
and Gmllasie Lm1b.. of Jleleaa, buUta
toall beat la this city for a boating trip
on the MIobH rirer as4 laat TtMnKiaf
arted with their baat on a tcajfos. Tfcy
C ail ttvm Tohb terry, baat twejr?
from Helena, and hare sot btra 2rd
tram nlocfc It I ftaLred tif
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