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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOBNING, APRIL 27, 1886.
M. M. MUKDCCK, Edite-.
TUESDAY MORNING. ATOIL 27.
HUTCHINSON'S MO. PACIFIC
The Wichita Eagle lat week wns
alldohiy ami painfull' i-iletit about the
exleii'ion of the 3Ii-eotin Pacific
railroad io iliis city. Tliis silence i
iudirativc of dorp fueling. It ii
evident (list while enerally suc-ces-ful,
Wichita is busted in this.
We :ucis you didn't read the Eagle
very clnseh , which spoke very plainlj
and meciutly of tlif iiropoitiou. Wv
are not aware of any deep feeling
touching the mifter. Wichita's prin
cipal dcjirc now is to hook on to all
the prominent cities and towns of the
southwest, and with the competing
lines, where it is possible. An exten
sion of the Mi-souri Pacific from
Wichita to Hutchinou would give us
two lines to Hutchiu-on, and force
the Santa Fe to operate a daily traiu
from Wichita to Hutchinson, provid
ing the business of the latter place
should warrant it.
As for the Interior's disposition to
crow; or its declaration that Wichita
is busted in that extension, wc will
remark, for its better information,
tion, that the Wichita and Colorado
its course and route is absolutely in
the hands of Wichita men, and wc
know what we arc talking about.
The company or its contractor couldn't
prevent the building of a plug up to
Hutchinson from Haven or Lincoln
townships, probably; but a? to
whether the main line shall run by
way of Hutchinson, or straight
through Ketio county west, the Wich
ita incu aforesaid have the sole say.
A MATTER OF TAbTE.
In fact, to use one of Harry Nor
ton's suggestive idea, it would be
more creditable for a respectable man
to be hung in Emporia than 10 die a
natur.il death in Wichita. Emporia
And that's what's the matter with
Emporia. She is so hide-bound that
hcravcragccitfccn would rather starve
to ildtlli than see their place flourish
as Wichita flourishes'.
The lecture of Mrs. M. E. Lease,
delivered in Wichita the other even
ing, inut have been remarkably fine
and convincing, for the Eagle, which
holds that woman's sphere i-i to keep
house, look pretty and keep out of
pontic-;, compliments it highly. w m-
The Eagle holds tint man's sphere
is not woman' sphere, and vice versa.
As for keeping house and looking
pretty, the-e have never necn de
manded of either wwnan or man by
the Eagle. As for the political field,
wedoii'i believe it is one tint can lie
occupied harmonioHsly mid profitably
by both M-es at fie same time, but
we don't nmember of having ever
sal 1 anything again-t the proposition
of giv'ugit upcutin-ly to tins women.
To the Tn'mrof th .:!:
The e'i.ef topic of conversation of
the pre-fiit time is railroad and every
body is expecting to sec lite IJock
Island stride Us and aro anxious!
lookinir forward to the day when tin
can hnvij the privilege of voting es"
or "no" on the bond business.
The click of the corn planter is
heard on all sides and the acreage iu
Silem township will be much greater
than t has been for several years oiv
iug to the fact tint our wheat was
nearly all winter-killed.
Our spring school opened Monday
last witli thirty names enrolled and
Mis Sadie Jocraml a teacher.
Miss Km mi lCriebcl has opened a
conservator- of mu-ic. .May success
attend her efforts.
C. Meyer, our merchant and post
master, is doiug a good business at
The Waco flouring mill is ruuning
night and day, and has been for tome
Mahlon Krcibcl and bride have gone
to Fiutipy county, where Mr. K. has
taken a claim.
We have got another church in this
place. Mr. Clint Church is the father.
All arc doing well.
Mr. .Tohu Copner is going to con
struct a fish pond on his farm, aud
stock it with carp.
There have been two horses stolen
iu this vicinity within the last week.
No clue has bcqii received of cither
the horses or thieves.
To the filter of the Kagle: v
Our city election passed off quietly
and James Ucard was elected mayor.
Oi.e night lat week the store of T.
I. Van Swearingen was broken into
aud a Miot gun and some pocket cut
The same night Hie same parties
entered the hotel and carried oil four
dollars in iiunc aud what provisions
they could lay hands on. A few more
such raid and our vigilance commit
tee will have something to do.
The members of the I. O. O. F. and
Kucampnicnl lodge wore in attendance
to-day at the 1. O. O, F. aniversary
celebration at Wichita.
Wc Ircqueutly see Wichita men ou
our st eets aud they congratulate u
on our pro-poiit aud our pro-peet
for fut'ire growth
Th maiding- already under vt a
will add material! to the improve
ments, of the citx.aud nearly every
day wc hear ot something new in the
Funds have already been subscribed
for the l!aptist an,i I'reb tcrian
churches. This will make us four
churches in all, so ouVcc our moral
prospectus is bright tor the future,
and with no 'joints," our city should
be, as It i, an attractive placcTor the
location of Christian families.
We now have eight daily passenger
express trains, aud with the additional
facilities that will be afforded by the
Chicago, St. Joe aud Fort Worth road.
our railroad advantages will be better
than those of many larger cities, and
as it is now, second in the county,
only to Wichita as a shipping point,
soon will it be iu all respects second
only to her sister city, Wichita.
PRATT CENTER ITEMS.
To the Editor of the Eatfe.
It is a fond hops of tho enthusiastic
Pratt citizen that our town sonic day
will be a second Wichita. I .mean a
second Wichita iu regard to' rapid
growth, business enterprise and town
lot booms. Probably this somewhat
extravagant theory is intensified from
Um fact that it is a nataral and com-
mon remark for every stranger to
make when he visits our live and beau
tiful little cit aud observes the
natural advantages which we enjoy
'size? up" the magnificent farming
country all around u aud becomes ac
quainted with our enterprising Ui
zcus: "Why you cannot help but be
another Wkhita before long." The-e
-imc parties always stamp their ex
pression of faith by investing largely
m city property. Aotwithslamniig
thc-e times when the east is all "broke
up" over strikes and labor troubles,
and the extreme west crowded with
pauper tourists, our own fair state,
especially southwestern Kauas, is en
j 'i'tug the most remarkable boom in
tier history. It is no wonder then,
that when a stranger comes here from
the sleep' old villages ot
the eat and counts over
one hundred farm wagons on Maiu
street at one tunc during an average
business day, meets two or three
dozen real estate agents in the course
of 6ix hours, to renounce allegiance to
the land of his fathers, invests largely
in city lots, pulls ofl his coat and be
comes rich as fast as the rest of us;
consequently, out of every five
strangers that roll in hero on the can
non ball from Kingman four make up
their minds to identify themselves
with the interests of our town, aud
either locate permanently or tie up
soirc city property.
District court adjourned Tuesday
evening. Judge A. K. Clark gave
complete satislaction to both lawyers
aud litigants, by the fair and impar
tial manner with which ho presided.
Our town was visited with a $4,000
fire on Wednesday evening of last
week. The principal loser wa3 M. A.
Carlisle, dry goods merchant, former
ly of your city. His loss is partly cov
ered by insurance. Mr. M. Eange's
barn was alo destroyed by fire a few
days afterward; he could ill aflord the
loss aud our citizens generously rcim
btirml him by a public subscription.
Our city now boasts the possession
of a large and latest improved street
sprinkler, the expenses of which aro
defrayed by the merchants on Main
A new bank with a capital of $30,000
will be in running order iu a few
weeks. The incorporators arc some
of our most substantial business men.
This will make the third bank aud
still there is room for tniir'.
The l:irj;o number of rc-ideiices be
ing built in all parts of our citv this
spring encouraged the organization ol
another building and loan association
and accordingly a new one with a
large membership was chartered this
There are net many towns, even in
Western Kants, that rati boast of two
Last M md.iy the uevva'id hand-onic
Ma-ouic hall was dedicated. The lady
tnends of the lodge took advantage
ot the opportunity and presented the
lodge v illi a handsome bible. The
prrrentanon nddre-s was made by
Miss Nifi V'tt r who won cotisiber-
ublo prai-c for the grarelul manner iu
with which he ieifariucl her work.
Thoeteni'jg w.is spent iu music and
mil iu the eujovment of a
most -i!!iiptuoiis banquet, all the deli
caries o. tliu season were eiueil witli
unstinted hands. Occasioxai.
PATRONS QF THE H1CHEK EDU
CATION. The recent noble gift of !2.r,000
nisde by C.'lonel II W. Lewi', of
Wichita, to the I'rcsbyicriau academ
of that city is worthy of special notice.
It probably has no paralleTup to tins
time in the state ol Kansas. (Jills
ranging from one to live thousand
dollars have been given to institutions
of learning iu this commonwealth, but
the splendid benefaction tendered to
Wichita academy stands thus far aloue
iu its conspicuous liberality.
Colonel Lewis is to be congratulated
for his enlightened views, his broad
sympathies and his generous prompt
ings Such a gift as he has made en
titles him to beheld in lasting remem
brance by all the good people of our
It is to be hoped that this splendid
example will stimulate some of the
wealthy men of Emporia to do a like
generous act for our own young and
ri-ing college. We have men iu our
midst with larger means than Col
Lewis. Why may we not hope for
large gifts from tonic of them?
One haudsome contribution, such as
that given to Wichita, would set our
college on the high road to permanent
prosperity, fiuch a gilt always in
spires confidence, and besides it stim
ulates others to imitate the good ex
ample. A few years ngo Dr. Cornell
gave a very largo sum to the univer
sity that bears hi- name. Soon Mr.
Sago followed with a princely gift;
then Mrs. Fiskc, then others, until the
the trea-ury of Cornell university va
full lo repletion.
Let sonic one ot our leading citizens
in the near futtiic endow a professor
ship in the College of Lmporia, then
at once gifts would begin to How in
upon u, aud in a few years wc miirht
hope to take rank with the be-t iusti
tutioiis of the west, it is not ct two
ueeks since Col. John U. Anderson,
ot Manli.ittnn. said iu our chapel, in
an sddre to the students: "I expect
to sco this college take rank with the
bet in the land." ho w ill In our
Col. Lewis? We wait to hail and
cronnoiir bciiPlartor. J. I. I!, in
LABOR ACAINsi LABOR.
It is proclaimed somewhat ostenta
tiously tint the preent content is be
tween 1 ibir and capital, but develop
iiHtitsshou that it is lirucly labor
against labor the members of se
cret labor organizitiotis against tho-e
laboiersuho prefer io be indepen
dent 1'ul to the actual count, the in
dependent outsiders among the bread
winners aro much greater thau tho-i
who are members of secret orgauiza
tiou. The great effort now is to force
all io mine into these organizations
'I lint is the great effort ol the ngita
tor now. For the time being all mi
nor differences are put aside and each
man devotes himself to the common
object. For that purpose capital is
bulldozed to prevent it from emplov
ing an body w ho has not the endorse
ment of the unions, and the independ
ent laborer is bulldozed to prevent
him from going to the aid of capita iu
jeopardy from strikers. Capital 1 uot
only timid but cowardly, aud the in
dependent laborer, unsupported by
organization, is fearful lest, after he
goes to the relief of capital, he will be
deserted by that cowardly clement.
Such has been the experience in the
past, and why mar it notin the future?
Thn it is thst a comparatively smalt
minority of the people, organized for
the purpose, is keeping the whole
country in a ferment, blockinj the
wheels of commerce, and hushing the
hum of industry Chicago Inter
Mr. J. W. Miller, who his tilled the
position of general manager of the St.
Louis, Fort Scott & Wichila railroad
with such- signal ability and success
for three years, has accepted the posi
tion of general manager of the New
York, Stonington &r Providenrc rail
road and line of steamers, with head
quarters at New York City. Mr. Mil
ler took charge of tho Wichita road
without experieuee as a railroad man-
ager, and may justly look back to bis
'ichicvemciits'iu Kansas with satisfac
tion. He not only proved himself
master of the difficult task assigued
him, ot mauagiug aud putting into
operation a new line of road among a
-trmigc people, but made trieuds up
ou every hand, by his agreeable man
ner to the public, and kind treatment
to thoce subordinite to him. The
Monitor wih s Mr. Miller the most
abundant prosperityand success in the
responsible position to which he has
uecu canco. r i ocun .uuuiiur.
We qnestion of tho silence vast,
Ot ioqIs that peop'e distant spheres;
What of their future an 1 their put!
Have they our sorrows, joys and fears?
Do the same flowers maia glad their sightl
The same Lints sing) On their great seas
Do ships like ours, with canvas white,
Move stately, answering the breeze'
Have they their Christ, their Ctrotma
Know ihey Mahomet? Buddha? One,
Or iH ornonef And do they pray?
And have they wrought as we have done?
We can not gue-.s 't is hard indeed,
Our or.n orb's tale cf its dim past
Through centuries untold to read,
And who its future shall forecast?
We know the hand that holds in checlc
The whirling world, ca-h in its course,
And sives th univcrs a from wreck
And peril this tremendous force
Holds HLewiso all our little lives;
The suns and fctars do all obey
His bi iding nover planet strives
To swerve from its appointed way.
The dancrouj boon alone to us
Is given to choose "twixt ill and we'd,
Rebellion or obedience thu3
To build our heaven or dig our helL
But on j great thought our strength up
holds; Nothing shall perish! Though His rod
Smites sore. His mercy still enfold
His own God's souls are safe with God.
Celia Thaztor in Cottage Hearth.
NORWEGIAN WHALE HUNT
EXCITEMENT OF A CHASE AFTER
THE MONSTERS OF THE SEA.
In the Middle or a flock of Giants ot
tlio Sea An Enormous Ulne Whale
"Full Speed Ahead!" A Shot at the
Game A Widowed Whale.
Wo are in the middle of a flock of giant
of the sex The enormous brown and bluo
bodies rise out of tho sea; the back is bent
upward, it looks like the bottom of a cap
sized ship; it disappears; but the saa be
comes almost calm where the whale went
down, and several minutes elapse before the
naves are able to conquer the calm. From
time to time Jeop-duU snorts aro hoard,
thundering and trembling, as il tin deepest
strings of a dou.n double-basses were being
plajed down below; anl at others, a sharp
su ishing sound, like an enormous fountain
suddenly set to play, aud a. column of
crystal spray ascends some thirty feet into
the air. The gigantic, glutening body ap
pears on the surface; the back Is bent up
wiinl a socond. and it again disappears. It
look as if tho whalo wn arm and com -
' lortable enough, t"e ea water, to m look
ing so cold, plays pkas-intly arouna it; not
steam issues from its dilated nostrils, and it
wins like a man enjoying a reiresning
morning dip. During the last quarter of
an hour wo have teoa some forty whales,
but xuaj have o:ne within range. The
gun hs no certainty much beyond thirty
yards, S3 tint tho wlmlo must bo nearly
under the ship's bow vthen firing.
A GREAT COLUMX 1V IJAMPXESSL
As wo stan 1 looking at this magnificent
spectacle, the wator cloj) around the ship
suddenly becoaies light green in color, and
Eoni3what calm. Then a deep, heavy thun
dvr; the ship trembles from stem to stern; a
great column ot dampness is shot into the
air, drenching us all; a dull snort, anl an
enoru.ous blue whalo rises out of the sua a
few j ard on our starboard side Xow the
captain -vt ill fire, we think, involuntarily
hold.ng on to tho w ire r.gging: but Foyii
stand i by his gun v. ithout inakin tho least
i nioieuunt, and tho neit 6ccond the whalo
ruugo ua3 prolably not a good one. A
low minutes after tho same thunder, tho
same sensation, the ramu column and tho
saniis'icrt another whalo appears on the
port side. The captain turns tLc gun. while
wo wat.'h with beating hearts tne move
menu of ths animal as well as his own.
Kery ssconJ teems an eternity. Ha raises
the gun, aimil Alas! a heavy soa strikes tho
tesM-I, heels her over; tho gun is lowered,
but tho w halo is gone. They seem all to
have disappeared now, nut a pa.T to be
We stand and talk about tho incident,
nnd somebody suggests to go aft and "have
asmoke;'' when suddenly two whales are
seen (omo distance oir, now going side by
side, now behind each other. The holm is
turneJ, and w e follow them in hot haste
through win I and waves. A complete
silenre reigns on board during tho pursuit,
only now an 1 then broken by the captain's
short words of command, who stamls calmly
watching tho animals. Now the vessel
heels o-er tho whales aro within range.
"Stop," sounds in tho ongino-room. But
the speed was too great and we shot p.st
them. "Full speed ahead,1" sounds again.
"Two men at the holmr The cal turns
swif tly, and wo separato the couple. Tho
whales disappear. Wo follow tho direction
they are taking, and look! a little before
as the sen becomes emerald groon. "Slow,"
again. Tho vessel moves slowly forward,
and tho whale reappears twenty yards off.
"Stop," shouts tho captain.
A KEPOrtT HENDS TUE AIR.
Tho gun is turnod, rabod, and again low
ered not a sound U beard on board tho
whale has puffed the back is bending; the
captain aims and a thundering report rends
the air, and makes tho vessel tremble In
e ery section. We ha o watched all this
with otery nervo strained, and hardly feel
tho icy foam of tho sea which bedews tho
cheek ami benumbs the hands.
"Did you hit himH wo shout to tho cap
tain. "Don't know," is the laconic answer. "Al
most absurd to attsinpt it in such a sea; on
rUks losing the gear and frightening tho
In tho mcantimo all the crew are busy
clearing tho lino of the harpoon, and we aro
still in doubt whether wo hao hit him. but
the supens does not last long, as immedi
ately a -look cut" is shouted by the captain,
and tile lino runs out with tamllc speed and
a great noiv. "Full sjwaI ahead," is shouted
talow; but the ship is running double her
highest sjeed, such is tho strength of tho
w halo which has her iu tow. Tho animal Is
t'.i in; at the top of its spool, and we follow
riut through the breaking seas. Ten min
utes pass ly they stem ten hours when
suddenly a blood-stroiked column of water
if seen on tho horizon. It is our whala!
Another moment, anl a clear ons Is s-on.
It is his conpan.on which follows hrr
wounded mate Both go down; the liae
dcsM not run so fast, tho wounded whale
nj pars on e or tn ice more, whea he sinks.
The w bale is dead. After a while the haul-Ing-m
Legim ery carefully, and finally
the great body risca to the f urfaco, the
ship Lceling over After a few hour's hard
work in asvuring the monster to the vmI
with chains and ropes, th course l shaped
"VLat do you think of it, captain!" I ast
"Not bad," he answered simply. "Steward,
give the crew a drink all around! And let
us ha e something to eat,"
The whale measured more than eighty
feet in length.
Once moro his widowed mate takes a
turn round the ship, when shs standi out to
sea while we, with our noble spoil in tow,
slowly make for tho whalo station la South
Vcraarer. Chambers' Journal
The Animate and Inanimate Id ft Tils.
Three nights ago Mr. Israel Swiuhelmer,
a South Clark street pawnbroker, was
awakened by tho sm:Il ot smoke. He and
his wife and three children s'eep In the rear
of his store. In an instant be was out oX
bad, dragging hb wife after him.
"Dcr bouse is burning cop, IUchel:" he
"Dcr schildren, der scbildreat Fling der
children oadt quick!" screamed Mrs. SwiU
heimer. "Der achildrcnr yeUed Switiheimer,
aghast. "Der scHMren con Talk. Get
quick der vaches oudt of der show-cases,
Itachet" Chicago Xews.
A Modoc for the Ministry.
Steamboat Frank, a Modoo Indian who
was captured at toe time of the Modoc war.
and who is still a prisoner of the United
States, is attending, by permit of the gov
ernment, the Oak Grove Mmlcary In Maina
He now calls himself Frank Modoc, and a
studying tor the ministry. He is ""H"t
good progress in his studies, and to appar
ently a devout Christian. He b proud of
his dsscent from a long line of Modoc caiavf
teino, and conducts himself with trot Ia
diaa dignity. Chicago Harold..
It is now ta tUnc to (daw
TJie Grand Opening of
The New Store Enterprise
Which will take place
We will display the choicest line of
Fancy Goors, Etc.,
Ever exhibited in Kansas, at
107 Douglas ave, Eagle Block.
Bear this in Mind.
Date of Opening will be announced in the Daily Papers.
To the Citizens of Wichita and Vicinity:
By order of the FIRE INSURANCE AND SALVAGE CO.,
of St. Louis, Mo., there will be sold regardless cf value, at
retail, in Citizens Bank Building, 102 West Douglas ave., next
door to Citizens Bank, commencing Tuesday, April 27th,
until closed out, an immense stock of
Ladies & Gents Underwear,
Hosiery Notions., Etc.,
Mostly saved in good ordersome slightly damaged by
Smoke. -:- Fire
At Any Price.
This is the Greatest Fire Sale ever known
in Wichita, Call and be convinced, at
102 WEST DOUGLAS AVE., Next Door to CITIZENS BAKK,
FIRE INSURANCE AND SALVAGE CO. I
LARIMER fc STINSON,
132 Main Street,
Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Parasols, Fans,
HAMERGHIEFS, EOSIEBT, ETC.
All tile Latest Styles.
We do not offer baits; our prices are always
ONE-PSICS CL0TSIS2S, HATTEES AND FUBHISHEES.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Spectacles, Etc.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired by Skillful Workmen.
Engraving of All Kinds.
145 2&JTlSr ST.
Gentlemen Desiring Superior Quality
Either "Ready Made' or made ''To Order'', at reasonable
prices should go to
J. E. DAVIS
50 doz. Children's Shirt-waists
Just Received, all Sizss, at 15c.
Nice worsted Man's Dress Suit
Only $8 00.
S. GOLDSTEIN & CO.,
422 DOTTG-ZjA-S AYS.
BUTLER & FISHERS
Theee Lots are close to the city limits, and are lying between
Central Ave. and 2nd Street, east of town. These lota are for sale
CHEAP AND ON EASY TERMS.
No College, Union Depots or Machine Shops are to be built on
them. For Terms, apply at
BUTLER & FISHERS HARDWARE STORE
MO. 110 DOUGLAS AVsTKUK
- : - and -:-Water
VAIL & CO.,
Retail Dealers la
Orowd, Crowds of People Eush. l the Popular
To seeure more of their unheard-of bargains. Our buyer having just returned from the
market where he secured many lines of goods at FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR,
enables us to place the following articles on sale:
500 doz col'd bor'd Napkins, 2c
never sold for less than 8c.
Don't dely; -while we have a
large qaaa titv.nevertheless
they will not last long.
Fancy Pongee Silk 'kerchiefs 17c
5000 yds imported eattesns
never Bold for lees than 20c
will be sold at the
this week for
Jnet secured another lot of
6517 yds of Lawns to be ,
sold - at 2 l-2c a-yard
5 cases more of that of those '
12 l-2c Dress Ginshams at 7jc,
Tireless and Restles8"WallleilSteill & OolIl-Workcrs
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The Star of the Western Kmpirc U pic
turesquely sitiuteil near the wooileil binks
of the Cimmaron Uler, In the center of a
large and beautiful alley the grandest
wheat, corn and rra sre wing country in
the world; destined to he the great rail
road, commercial and manufacturing centre
ol sunny southern Kana, because of nat
ural surroundings, beautiful location, and
the many railroads now projected and build
ing toward it, being at it is the tupplylng
and outfitting point for the new Oklahoma
otthe west. "The public land trip,"wbicli
extend 1G0 mile to the south and west and
which comprises the inoit wonderful grain
nnd gra-s producing toil on the gjobc. Is
the great cattle field In the wet. o other
town In western Kana i so faor
ably situated to become a large city, anil it
cannot be disputed that Knglcuood holds
the key to the commercial trade ofaal
area of untold and ever Increasing wealth;
lli propccti are unequalled, and iti rise
and progress bids fair to be unparalleled in
the history ofthls western country.
Englcwood will not wait years for a slow
increase of population to bring it into no
tice, as hundreds of other cities bate done.
New Tailoring Parlors.
For Men's Wear.
Everything New and Stylish.
Git. me a Call.
P.. L. BOSTICK,
Noble Block, East Dougles Avenue.
22X DOT7G-LAS .AJVjEj.
Just Arrived, another large invoice of those
New and Stylish. Hats,
Which we are stii! offering at One-Half New York Cost.
Take Advantage of this Great Slaughter.
NICOLAI & MCHAELIS.
The Largest Retail HatUrs in the West.
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GO THE rUICES AT TUE
Popular -:- Boston : STORE-
Our would-be competitors say we caanot afford to sell goods
very long at our present low prices, but here they go still lower:
$1 59 black Qros Grain Silk for 98c
Our complete line of Silk Surahs for 93c good value at S 1 25
In transit. 3450 yds Dress eiiks which "w ill be placed in stock on
arrival at 26c a-yard.
Another lot of $1 25 Lace Curtains for89ca-pair
All shades of Silk Dotted Veiling at 8c a-yard. 10c Crinoline at 6C
20c Selicia for 1 lc a-yard. GofTa Braid 8c.
Skirt Steel 7c a set, sold everywhere at 15c.
Beldicg Spool Silk, 100 yds, all shades 8c.
2500 yards white oorded Pique, at 5c a-yard
6 skeins Silk Floss for 5c A 26c wire Hair Brush for 14c.
16c Hand Mirror for 6c 25e Hand Mirror for 9c
JUST RECEIVED, AN IMMENSE LINE OF
IN THE PUBLIC
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She has natural advantagr, railroads are ,
coming, her det!ny Is stamped with prog- .
ress and success, and she Intends that the
people shall know It. We want no brokrn
down bankrupt individuals, but we wel
come lite men and women with energy
and push from every land, and we will
make it their Interest to cast their lot with
us. You raiy do well where jou are, but
tou can do bcttcrhere. We unhesitatingly i
state that Knglcwood is bound to be the
next great cattle shipping point In the
west. The cattle king of this section of
country represent property worth million..
We want wholesale and retail house, of
eery kind to locate at Knglrwood. From
'. this point you can sen goMi ior a lartn .n-
I ritory south and wet. Come at once Do
. not wait till the rallroid.. now building.
arrive. Yon can make moner now. both on
goods and the rapid Increase of all the real
, estate you may buy at present.
( We have an incorporated city of the 3d
class, with a population of about .V. Wc
i bavo over TOO good bulldlngs.somo of which
aro the best that can be found on or off the
i railroad In wea.ern Kansas. We have now
under construction several good bilck
building; one schoolhoii'o to cost ?7,000;
, bank building, MxK) feet; one business
. bouse, 50x100, two stories; one church
building, good size; .VO.Oort brkk
' will soon be burned to finish t'.e build-
ngi named. We bate now completed one
otel, with 42 rooms, costing $5,0Mj, and
FANCY TIDY TOWELS, VERY CHEAP.
and Eagle City
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we arecniy onevcar old Wr are proud , ,0(,, Hatfield, president, who la a rtpre-
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west, rome to Kiiglewofxl, where tlir are W alker, vlre-pr.sldent. x-r-,tsrr Unlt.l
excellent opportunities for biislnes. of all staif s I jtid ofllir. Wichita, Kanns; II. l.
kinds; where jou ran secure y u a riome or . Ter ,ra.urr anJ sMritarr, Wlehlta,
town lot or farm at a frartlon of Its real " .. -,
value We say come to i:ns!ewood while .--; ex-.oeriior llllek, ..f Topeka, Ka.,
the opportunity awaits you. and secure one i Hon. K. T, Olllelt. of Kloginan, Kan., and
of the greate'st of all blessings a good I ,eTeri others, all member of the roru
hnme. 'lake Ibe Kuglewond stasrr at Dixlfe I
nty. and you will land In Knglewond. ' V"T- ..,...
KiflJ-flve miles In ten hours. Mane ruh ' u can seeurr lot. In IfzU Utv T
dally 1. (I. Uev nobis I. proprietor of the reeling buildings thereon rur rrfriif"S
stacvllnr i as loloeatlon and railroad prosprtts, will
... ., ..I ,i ! refer you to lb alniv msp.wbleb was
Engl.woo.1 Town copany, dark county.
Public Land Strip.
A govercmect town site located for the
Oovtrninent I-and Office of a new district
to be located shortly by Omjrrtss. It Is a
ulSclent guaranty of sueees. to mention a
15 Pianos! 40 Organs!
All of the Best Makes; Now in Stock; Direct
from the Factories.
Slimmer Caps, 5c! 5c!
Boys5 Straw Hats, 15c!
Manhattan Clothing Co.,
Herman & Hksh, Proprietors,
LEADQtS OF STYLES AID LOW TBIXXM.
Being established agents for the
largest Glassware and Tinware
manufacturers in the world we
are enabled to
Both departments will be in read
iness in a few days. While visit
POPULAR BOSTON STORE,
Don't frtil to examine our NOTION
COUNTERS where you will find
Small Wares Tanning from lc up.
sold by our Imitators for 3 times
Has hit on one price to everybody
whether rich er poor; veil will be treated
,E-KverjthinrmrVeI la plin djrurvi.
fosM, itliimH $ M Av,XmmV-s
J yjl- J 'uTr'you .t i:.le OtJ
near Milnn eresK stage siauott, - nine,
southwest or (leaver ererk store, on lb
North (.anadlan fiver. Col. Kurntson Is
proprietor of the stije line.
V'or Infnrraatlnn regarding Kagle '4ty
tali on lngg, asslsunt secretary of Iowa
site, or address
H. G. TOLER.
t am abl to sll as ehsi as th.r tn In
St. loOU or Kansas City, Why botf I boy
as etisaj., and tiavc less prs.
I wiil UR-lf f sII ny Irsfellnx wsis to
conss Uf or rttr, jualtljf esldf rJ. t
sti it tt( blin stwut W hrrurr
be stlls in Urse.
I so ber and loUbJ to stay; yoa bsi
larjc stock t ssbwt ttu la or
toooty at kvux and jttt vsitt jsl jl tl.
i ea snlt ya. If you waot t boy cow
and urn iw.
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