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ixir, 2 GETTING THEM READY.
. Great Fast Black Hosiery Sale.
This Week Only.
"We will offer 100 Dozen 6f Ladies, Gent, Misses. Boys, and Children1?
Hose all at 2o Cents a pair. This lurge lot of Hose aie Ingrain Fast Black and
Stainless. The fact that they are really iugram colors and not dipped. a.s
most fast black hose are, will guarantee the best wearing qualities well as
the stainless black.
These goods were imported by ourselves and every pair is stamped
"Mnnson & AlcNnmara, Guaranteed Stainless Black" This is the finest line
of Hosiery ever offered to the ladies of Wichita at 25 Cnts a pair
While this 25 Cent Stocking is the best value you have ever seen, we will
Rive you equallya s pood bargains at 35 cents. 50 cents, 65 cents and 75 cents a
pair, all in Ingrain colors and stainless black.
Greatest Values Ever Offered in Hosiery.
Sale Now Going On. . .-
A Word to the Gentlemen.
Don't pay 85 cents, 40 cents and 50 cents for Half Hose you can bnv of ns
for 5 cents. One Dollar takes 4 pair of fine Seamles. Rgular Made Ribbed
Half Hose, that you have never owned before for less than 1D0 cents. Coui.
and see; we name the lowest prices on all goods offered by us for sale.
Attend Our Great Hosiery Sale.
Owing to the larpe amount of work in our dress making department we
will restore the price of making after the 30th of M3rch.
Great Hosiery Sale This Week.
WICHITA, KANSAS, FKIDAT MOENIFG, MARCH 29. 1889!
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OFFICERS DOMINATED FOR THE
GUTHRIE, I.T., LAND OFFICE.
A Strong Fight Made Against Con-
ihming Murat Uaistead as
His .itacs on Republican Senators Some
- Time Ago Causing Him Serious
Trouble A Motion to Oon firm De
feated and the Senate Ad
journs Pending Reconsid
Washington; March 2. The president
sen- the following nominations to the sen
Caisius M. Barnes, of Arkansas, to be
Teceiver of public moneys at Guthrie, I. T.
John Dill, of Indiana, to be register of
the land office at Guthrie, I. T.
Charles E. Montieth, of Idaho, to be
r.geat for the Indians of the Xez Pierces
agency in Idaho.
Postmaters Orlando R. Happv, at
MaySeld, Ky.; William Jaany, Mt. Clem
Washington, March 25. In the absence
of the chaplain the business of the senate
wis entered upon without the usual
Mr. Allison offered a resolution which
went over until tomorrow instructing the
committee on contingent expenses to take
such step m connection with the archi
tect of the capital as may be necessary to
help the ventilation of the senate chamber
and of the senate wmc
Mr. Sherman offered a resolution (which
also went over) for the appointment of a
cemmittee of two senators to wait npon
the president and inquire if he has any
other business to lay before the senate.
Mr. Cockrell from the select committee
to inquire into meThods of business in the
executive departments of the government
made a secoud and final statement in re
enrd to th work of the committee and to
the condition of the business in some
branches of the public service.
At the close of Mr- CockreH'5 remarks
the vice president said that the report
would bela'Ct upon the table and printed
Mr Kale said that he did not wish the
matter considered as a precedent tnat
should come un hereafter under like clr-
cumsunces to prove that in such a .e3sion ,
of the senate as was now Wing held now ,
such a ronartconld nrobablv be made. 1
Mr. Cockrell explained that zhs senate
had in its regular session given permissfo
Tor the report to be made at the cll&
Mr. Hale And It is only oa that grosnd
oai sue report is jauu.
Mr. Coc-ieJl Onir aa rfr o ucd. ' jJ,
Mr. Hale That covers every point, and
the matter is not established in uny way
as a precedent. I don't think that we
ought to do business here now.
The vice-president announced the ap
pointment of Senators Cullom and Gibson
as regents of the Smithsonian institute to
Mr Call offered a resolution, which was
laid on the table for the present, declaring,
first, that committees of the senate should
be organized with reference to theequahty
of states and the senators in the right,
privileges and powers of the senate; ec
ond, that senators shall not be assigned to
more tnan oue of the following commit
tees: Appropriations, military affairs,
naval affairs, judiciary, foreign relations,
finance, postotlkes, public lands, commerce
and interstate commerce, until after every
senator shall hax-e b( en assicced to one of
them; third, tbatsenionty of service shall
give preference in thenssignment of coni
niittees unless otherwise ordered by the
senate, and further, that each of the ten
committeea named shall be composed of
The senatejthen proceeded to the con
sideration of executive bu-ines..
The executive session of the senate lasted
between two and turee hours this after
noon and ws confined largely to a dis
cussion of the nomination of Murat
Halstead to be minuter to Germany. Be
fore that came up, theuommations of John
C. New to be consul general to London
and of Lewis Wolfiey to be governor of
Arizona, which were pending, were con
firmed. A final attempt of the opposition to de
feat Mr. XewS confirmation ws baed
upon the assertion tiiat his paper, the
Indianapolis Journal, nad published ar
ticles reflecting upon the private character
of President Cleveland. This charge was
warmly denied by- fc-nator Voorhees, of
Indiana, and the" nomination was con
firmed. The committee on foreign relations fav
orably reported all diplomatic nomina
tion of je-terday but in the case of Mr.
HaUtead, the report a not unanimous.
On a motion to confirm his nomination the
nays were in toe majority. Senators Tel
ler, Plumb, FarweU Ingails and Callom
voted with the Democrats. Mr. Sherman
moved to reconsider the vote and on that
motion a long aebute ensued. In the conre
of which the around of ooject.on to Mr.
Halstead was di-cloed Wnen the tenate
refused to enter npou an mvectia:ion of
the election of Senator Payne, of Umo, Mr.
Halstead, whose paper, the Cin
cinnati Commercial-Gazette, Ad strongly
ured the investigation, mude cncompti
uient&ry allusions to the Republicans who
Toted against the investisjtion The feel
ing against him on the part of the senators
who fell under his displeasure at that
time 1 very bitter and one of them Is re
ported to have said to President HarriMin.
this moraine that Mr Hnbtead cool- not
be confirmed that the senator whom he
baa criticized would not vote for hita.
'ihe motion to reconsider waspendlog
when the senate ad,oarne& Tne rote on
confirmation was t&k-n before there were
any speeches made.
RUINEO 3Y UNLUCKY INVESTOENTS
TOCKTvS, ivaa-, Marco is. Ira .
Gray iez&iaE business ian
' coantj, i made
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saeat to EL 3L Gale of the same plae. HU
liabilities are $30,003, bat his a.esra
not known. He was an entrjK:
citizen and had dose much toward tkt
develooment and adTaaceinentr t his
Urxn. His ssignment resulted iron .-
tttate iaveuts ia grata. ,.
Washington. .March 2S. The following
fourth class postmasters have been ap
pointed in Kansas:
Belfry, Edwards county, James M Xor-
ell, ve John Kennedy, resigned: Pomo
na. Franklin county, B. G. Glenn, vice
JoMah D. Flora, removed; Prescott. Linn
county, Wni. T. Fisher, vice John L
Brown, removed. Central City, Anderson
county. Everett Marsh vice John W Ear
ns, resigned. Glenloch, Anderson county,
Aarm It. Foster, vice George F. Watt, r--Mned,
Ludell, LawJms county, II. II
Chase, vice John H. Constable, removed.
Muscotah. Atchison county, George Pea
body, vice Hnry H. Moore, removed:
Selma, Anderson county, Francis M. Ir
win, vice Wm. W. Sharpies, resigned.
Topeka, Kan., March 23. Charters were
filed this morning as follows:
The Russell state bank, capital stock
$100,000, paid up ?SO.O0O, directors Charles
P. Cupeland. J. H. Hill, Theodore Acker
man. Albert Voxall, Otis L. Atherton, J.
M. Brumdage and E. B. Savage.
The Wallace Sugar Works company,
capital stock ilOO.WO, directors H. A.
Clark, George R. Allaman, Peter IUbi
ooux, Thomas Madigan, B. Goodmau, M.
S. Martin, M. T. Gngtjs. J. T. It. Perry
and K H Austin.
The Kellers Mountain SAgc Mcdlcjne
company of Hutchinson, canitnl tock
?lu0,l), directors J. A. Gnywn, George
M. Kellar. Leo H Allbnirht. C. it. Tho
burn and W.lliaro R. Bennett.
The Midland Investment company of
Mcpherson, copital stock ildO.OOO Altec'
tors Cbrles Wheeler, J. I). MJllifcen. F.
F Barker, C. A. Heg4ebuad and H. E.
STATE RAILROAO COMMISSIONERS.
Topesa, K?n.. Macrh ?. The state
board ol railroad commis-ionei- b&s npoa
application of the Union Pacific company,
granted a reheanng cf the matters at U
sue in the case of the Santa Fe aaiot tbo
Union PaciSc in witching cratAtii
Ieu. Wednesday. April 10, at 2 o'clock,
is the day et for the beating of arguments
TaetrJfic manager of the various roads
which handle the coal output of toe tate
will meet tomorrow at 2 oocfc in th" of
fice of the railroad catnmbFiO-eni for al
coasideratioa of the nw coal fari jut
formulated by the board.
Tofesa. Kan., March 2? Great tt
factSoa is cxpread here among RepabH
cans ortT tne appointmeatof Coag:eMan
Ryan afc mioif tcr to Mexico, and the wan fd
Le wearers of hi coagrtMiooal f,"uot will
probably hold private joUifk-ittoa ajeet
inss toalzht. The list of men who -oald
1 he to reprtaeatthe Foorth district bvery
large ana comprises ou r inch, of Jiar
1 ngj-mr., e-Cotr Attorney Cbrl
Cutti. ex Adjutant Genrral A. B. Dims-
5 bell. Ciptam J. B. Jobno and R-prc-
sentat.rc George W. Verle. of tb cttr.
"William Marti-dale, of Emporia, ad J.
M. Miller, of Council Grov-
ENGLAND PLEASED VITH L1NCOU.
LofoK M-seii 2e S Jamw G.
sette, commesti-g on th appcintmeat of
Uobert T. Liscola, wiy It is eertala tt
J r. L-icola 7fHiboa
WHOLE TO 1520
THE GREAT 2EWS FILLS THE PEO
PLE WITH JOY.
Tast lumbers of Enthusiastic Boom
ers Gladdened by the Oklahoma
A Review of the Situation Tifty Thous
and People Will be on the Lands
in a Short Time,
The Cherokee Commission Will Probably
be Appointed Soon Major Warner
Likely to be Dropped A Texan
Strongly Urged as the Demo
cratic Jfember Other
AH THERE, OKLAHOMAl
The plntnv of 0le v s!4 l prlnc.
io bid their whHa feat&retl c-0lr to slag
A jo-ous tra.
To v elcome the lnpourleg. ecHr throne
v hlch w 111 rtle Unas iroi- - ben J-r lone.
For ther bA-e lla
Supporting uaui:hi but dlnsy wanJr!n herds
Unie.inte- by beauty (mv ta bir),
Theifl mitnr years.
But now UKy aro llowl m aebwr iri
Tar t- ot brlnlnc joys to wr & art
Ot calmlni; curt
Well Vnoirn to hubam!men, who loc rU
And cannot count oa ny uit rvwnt.
Ah yen, Ibife fields v
Xro lone wilt bow vrttli waring t1& t A .
A creatine to the rnaslr of ttiosoit, a.
And promlM yield a& 4
Ot Kucn Abundance that wltb hnppy tmHw
He'll count as fcnt an ell Uta many mil-.' -
AnJ All their toils, - 5- gg;
He traveled wltn bl 1:ii MA faithful wtfcif
To "scftpe tbe harI9J of releatlos strlfn
W lib buna oll
JlArch 3. Ii9.
They Bring Joy to the Thowuk&i f Hearts
on the -torqkc
Speclal dlspuch WibeD-llr Kale.
Caldwell, March i TWJLiGLR'a
roosters, carrying the prwld tn prod
mation opening Oklahom, arrived tat our
midst and made the hearts of thcuau-tis
Island hk gose to the territory and CatdU r .i
well will sou have ork for huudreds ort f
The wheat crop looks perfectly grand.
THE NEWS AT ARKANSAS CITY.
ARKANSAS City, March 2S. -When tb
news was received in this city yestftrdajr
that the president had issued hfcs
proclamation opening the Oklahoma landn
the thousands of boomers cauiped on this
Walnut river valley went wild with enthu
siasm. The firini; of nnvils commenced
and continued for borne time, and thows
who had firearms discharged them until
their ammunition was oue. Standing on
the mam streetof the city the correpoud
ent could look down into the Walnut rHer
valley nod see the hundreds of camp fire
and henr the merry shouta and sonu" of
the prospective settlers. All ia confusion
and happiness here today. The ntrcets
are thronued with people who aro waiting
hero to ro to the new country. The citi
zens of the city receitcd tho nrw with
jreat satisfaction, and a biir ratification
meeting will bo held here before tho boom
Fifty Thousand People Will Bo in Okla
homa by November.
WAsniNGTOir, Mutch 28,Tlie president
explains that the delay in issuing tlir Ok
lahoma Droclnmntiuu was due to a rush of
other busmes'. fndcr its provisions 1,
SsT.S00 acre of land are opened to homo
stead settlement on the 23d of April. Thii
will afiord a claim of lfiO acre to each of
11,705 ettlcni. Making allowanco for
town si ten and waste land, it ia estimated
that ouly 10,000 homesteads can lw entered
in Oklahoma. Ah tht-re nru f,000 pros
pective pettier now .Id to be wnitlc x on
the border of the promised land, it n evi
dent that somebody must b disappointed.
Ample provision in made for town it-
undtrthe exiitii- law, so that ".pecu
lators will be aflorded an opportunity
to disport thi-mvlve The town widen
will be built will doubtlex j;ivo homes and
occupation to more than double tho num
ber of prrhon who can b accommodated
with homesteads An e.timate ii matta
that W),000 jeople will b in Oklahoma
withm six months from the date of open
lot; The exi'ting bomt.teid law appSlcn
to the land in the nw territory, except
that no entry cuu Ik coimut Tno
settler must remain on th" land fir
yearn before the final proof can be nub
rnitted. The law rrcovnlze no transfer
of ownerhip or right of entry tnifore
lie acceptance of final proof. But
t-ere In uothiut; to prevent one cntr
man from nbandonina bh homestead for a
consideration In order that a -w entry
I ma be made by another pTMn TliU
prlvili(je can not be trannferrwl to a par-
! tlculir person. botv?er. M that th tlrt
1 occupant of the tract after cancellation of
th original entry i- entitled to the nrior
nbt a a new entryman Tbi will ailord
employment for -peculator, notwitb-
; stRiidinB the f-ct that the law intended
I to discourage any bat bona fide permanent
j It is rery probable that many p-r
i Hoan now on tb border will j1cjo
j an efferr to et Hthin tb tcr
ritory before tb ttrne of opeo-
m;, bat the act autbortJng Mrttlemeat
j expresily tipulats that any ysritoa eatsr-
! mif or occupying tbelandi bviort the p-c-
sSetl Uat eball i Cepnvvi of au entry
ribt The l'ntd tAt troopw are now
i ffuardmic the trriior o as to pTnt dc-
capancy before tne autnoruxs cat of -t-Ueroent,
sd an trtler h b-m if oed to
take tne sam and dev;rJDtlon of ail
peroa entering ia vioitlon of ths. lw
! anc tee preiiacnt prvclemation oaca
pera are to be reportd to the Jourrior
dcpertU!-t, t,at tJ ma-' fcftr'a ,a
jteeratff th-ir obeqnent -ppllcatioa
i forhomtad eotry
THE CHEROKEE COVMlS5ON.
I WasUJgto, March 2i It uptctd
j that the Cbrok ecmrriMstoa will b a
i nooncd within a few day. It U ender
' lxl that ex-Co5r-tnaa Wo. Waraer.
j who w rty ltti or ftx, oa Urn
j coBQCJiMion, cm been dropped from ecn
1 idertoa. the Cberkee Idut barinif
I vjgoronl y protected aswtcai Ll ppoict
r?s- He t known u fc-e b-a select d
!' for the place bat t- Cberoke repr
3tjJTr now claim t.it L will
nat tn appoiatetl la hi pUcn t
name of J Oti nomphrey- of Spricjf
fild. lit-, i engtfttoJ. d it I cUim4.
j fii pxa:mot 1 re-osbly crtl. .-
Coagrr-taa Tbrocktaort8. of Tex. U
j fttUi in- -sct promicstc-cdidat-e tor tie
i Democrat. a:eioersp - tc cow
; tntita. although tL-e jriBd of tx-Got.
wilfesa, of Arna. r p-ris4es rw
for Piat6adoe of the othr tr3
ber of the Kj11 delegtJo 7 joi&
with the Tcxa fa or?fii Tiiroc-Joort
sppoi-tsient, nd It i beUerd lht Vf
will be taccrwfuL A -ffcackuMfK ww
will srt tb IklrA pUm. KX'Gor 1wk lv
i xaid, lv already l ia4tru4 ikm
&foittt, s-d, I& -Mt evact i kirn f
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