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THURSDAY, XOVEMBEB 8, 18SS.
flfaM Paper of fluty and City.
A GLEAN SwSTl
'- Dickinson County Gives Every Be-
' publicad Candidate a Hand
I Ciiif OR BEN PECK!
Defeated by 18 Plurality.
on" end J, W.
I Crow for Burton & Gibson.
Ford, Anderson, Bitting and
The result of the county vote is most
encouraging to the Republicans who
have made a square fiht for the
straight ticket. Unoflicinl returns have
been received from every precinct ex
cept Herington. It is only known that
that place gave Seeds 78 majority. As
Ben Peck has 97 majority in the re
mainder of the county it elects him bj
18 votes. There is a possibility that
the official canvass tomorrow may
change the result, but it is not likely.
John A. Anderson hss about 1000,
over Tobey and every other man on the
Bepuhlican Suite and county ticket has
from 400 to 800 majority.
The Puu Ibor vote is disappoint
ing to even the most bitter opponents
of the movement. It will barely reach
It is the cleanest sweep in years and
the victors may be pardoned for feeling
CITY A2JD COUNTY.
Anarchist candidates "don't go" this
Watch for our big Cleveland rooster
nex' week. rXews.
Well, we're watching.
The county's affairs are safe in the
hands of John W. Baker. His over
whelming majority proves his accepta
bility in the past.
The Dems, the Prohibs and the Un
ion Laborites the world, the flesh and
the devil all went down in Dickinson
county before the forces of Eepublican
The News feels like risking its polit
ical sagacity on the result. Cleveland
and Tburman will be elected. rN"ews.
Call in your "political sagacity,"
Strother. It is cross-eyed.
Hon. J. W. Gibson achieved a mem
orable victory in making Republican a
district which for two terms has elected
a Democratic iiepreseniauve. .dug
then this is a Republican year.
The Reflectok had more accurate
a d a far greater quantity of election
news from Dickinson county jesterday
than either of the central committees
or any other paper. The Reflectoh
gives the news.
W. S. Anderson can Gil the office of
clerk of lite district court in a thor
oughly capable manner. His handsome
majority was no more than was ex
pected and was a deserved honor to his
ability and standing.
TJ. M. Anderson, vho thought the
rac in the G9th distiict was between
in iinpl'-ment dealer (Sheahan) and a
fanner (himai-lf) was right, only the
race was toward Salt river instead of
toward the Legislature.
lion. J. R. Burton received a flatter
ing testimonial of the high esteem in
which he is held by the people of the
68i h district in his Ji.indsome majoiitj
(wr the combined forces of Democrat?.
Union Laborites and Proliibstion.su-.
The triumphant election of J. S.
F.ird aj county superintendent of Dick
nifon county, insuies another two years
of educational advancement, lie was
eminently the man for the position and
his election will please the people, irre
spective of paity.
The Union Laborites hardly held the
old Greenback vote. If there ever
were 400 men who made them so num
erous and performed such prodigious
feats (with their mouths) as the parcel
f malcontents called the Union Lalvn
p,tity of Dickinson county, we confess
hat we never heard of it.
We wonder if the Democrats of Kan
is do not feel a little ashamed of the
Galloway mortgage circular, not only a
forgery but a blot upon the fair name
of our State. Its infamous, lying
recoid will damage Kansas in the eyes
of the people of the East more than the
newspapers of the State can help it in
There will be a grand Republican
jollification meeting held by the Abi
lene Harrison and Morton club next
Monday evening, Nov. 12th. lion. J.
R. Burton, W. S. Stanibaugh and
others will speak. Everybody in
Dickinson counij invited to come and
cheer for Republicanism.
The largest st"ck of carpets in the
county to be closed out at Upshaw's in
the next 15 days.
Co to Shaler's
Abilene, Kas., Nov. S.
Hogs, per 100 lbs 4 504 75
Cows.pcrlOO lbs .. 1 501 75
Steers, per 100 lbs 2 003 00
(Corrected weekly by Jobntz & Rico Mill Co.)
Wheat, No. 2, soft $ 85o:
Wheat, No. 3, soft - 033.9.
Wheat, No.2, hard 83!ft
Wheat. No. 3 S5oo
Wheat, No. i 8-i
Corn, white.... SO
Corn, mixed - 2530
Oats. ........... .... is
(Corrected weekly by B. F. Nelson.)
Butter, pood ... ? l."20
Chickens, per doz. alive.., 1 72 25
Turkeys, per lb, alivo 7
Onions, per bu , 75
Cabbaso, per lb ....,.,., ,, ,
potatoes. : coaioo
Flour, por 100 lbs 2 003 50
We have a very large stock of Carpeis
all new and fresh, that we have de
cided to close out at once, and to do
this have marked them down so low
that if you ever expect, jg gUy a carpet
it wii Pay yM lc buy it uqw,
Moquettes. . . .'. .' $1 50
Velvets '. 1 (hi
Body Brussles 95
All wool Ingrains 60
One half wool Ingrains. . , , , , , , , 45
Cotton ...,,,,,,,,,.,,,.... 3o
And everything else in proportion
and remember this is only for 15 daj.s
Upshaw Furniture & Cpt. Co".
Good-bye, addendum, good-bye.
Where are those 1200 "Union Labor
yoes that were to bp ca,st in Dickinson
And the poor old Banner moved up
here and jnade a fool of itself all for
nothing. -Too bad.
The Reflectok is too happy to give
a respectable cheer: Let nave tim8
to cool off and realize what a glorious
victory it was.
. "We wonder if George Livingston was
sjck on election day. 'Where is hat
wonderrul U. L yota that Buckeye
was go'1? tft cast, George?
.1 County Attorney C. C. Bitting walked
rwayfrom Mr. Smith with the greatest
of ease. The schemes of Democracy
could not prevail against merit and Re
publicanism. The "Oriental, Order of Humility'1
; ought to flourish in Dickiqsqp coimty
.bow, There. t are several sible-bodied
aaaHiidateB for admission. There's Ma-
lott, Sheahan, Cranston, Seeds, Warren,
Btrother, Blaich. B. M, vnderson, Gore,
Buchanan, Smith oh, the woods are
Tie Big l M Sab of
Is still going on at a lively rate. Never in the history of Dickinson
county have Dry Goods been gold quite as cheap as we are selling them
now. We commenced on very low prices early in the fall; since then we
have made still further sweeping reductions. 10c Cotton Flannels now
8c; 12ic Cotton Flannels are now 10c. There is absolutely no Cotton
Flannel" anywhere near equal to ours in prices. Heavy Cheviot Shirtings,
former price 12c, are now 8jc; all our Dress Ginghams that are sold
everywhere for 12ic, are now 10c; a heavy yard-wide family Sheeting for
7c, former price was 10c. Indigo Blue Prints, 5c; good Crash for 6jc.
"We have made a general reduction on every description of Dress
Goods. A full line of half wool Twilled Cashmere for 10c, former price
was 15c; a limited quantity of very stylish high art Combination Suit
ings, goods that sold in the ear y part of the season for 1.00 and $1.25
per yard, now 65c and 75c. Those fine, wide all-wool Flannels at 424c;
fine all-wool lace Cashmeres, double width, are now 33c, formt r price 40c.
Large stock of 54-inch Broadcloth Suitings, the most desirable and stylish
Dress F.ibric in use, at prices way below any competition for miles around.
Just opened a third lot of those fine Henrietta Cloths in eight shades,
as also blacks, which we propose to soil at the same reduction in prices.
We havt' many new things in Dress Goods that we cannot describe, that
are particularly desirable and CHEAP. Every yard of Dress Goods, of
whatever description, we will positively sell at a decided REDUCTION
on former prices, or any that are offered in this market.
Buy your glass aftd oils
Closing out carpets at cast at Up
Diamond Black har
ness oil at Shaler's.
All wool, extra .sn ingrains foi
60 cent3 at t-uaw,3 for the next 15
We have got too many Cloaks,
and for this reason we will positive
ly sell our entire stock of Cloaks at
100 Ladies' Newmarkets, in all
the new cloths and shapes.
25 long fine Plush Sacques.
25 Mndjeska Short Wraps, Astra
chan, Brocade Satin. Every Gar
ment will be sold at cost.
All Children's and Misses' Cloaks
Cost with us means exactly the
price the manufacturer charges,
J. G. HAMAKEH & CO.,
All kinds of drugs at
I wilt eell atPabllc Auction at my farm In Lo
ran township, three mllPB dne nortn of Belle
SpriDga Creamery, on ipwnriilp line between
Logan and Newbero townships, on
commencing at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp tne follow-
lnsr personal property:
LIVE STOCK Seven head of Yoong Horse,
comlntr 3 an 4 J era old; two or them are mares.
Four Milch Cows, three Heifers and twoTearllng
FARMING IMPLEMENTS. ETC One McCor
macfe Self Binder, two CalUvatois (one riding
and one walfcirg, one CcnWned Lister, one 16
In'ch Flow, one. Aery Stalk Cntter, one Com
Stylish Business Suits,
Elegant Dress Suits and
p an! Heaw-Weifht
ZLETT & CO.'S,
Gentlemen will find our stock of Fall and Winter Suits,
Overcoats and Trousers the Largest and Best Selected and Lowest
Priced in the entire city.
We call particular attention to our line of Men's Business
Suits at 10, 812, 15 and 18. We show you at these figures
aiost sur ris:ng values, not to be had outside of our house t the
price above stated. Our establishment is a continuous exposition
) modem and stylish tTothing. The Superior Quality fclylo,
i?it and Finish o our Garments is so well established that com
ment is unnecessary. We shall maintain the High Stabakd
which has made our reputation and continue in the future to ex
tend our business by courteous treatment and good values.
eayers and rYorsTeds,
Is tiie Largest Stock Ever Shown by Any House in the City.
Our celebrated 10 and 12 Overcoat can not be duplicated
any place for less than 12 to 18. You must see them in order to
appreciate the great bargains we are offering. Every garment
sold by us is one to recommend other customers to our establish
Boys' and Children's Department
Is stocked with all the Novelties produced by the leading manu
facturers in the country. We can show you more Styles than you
ever saw in any one house. No matter how fastidious you may
be in your taste, we are satisfied we can please you in style and
price. You are envited to make a visit of inspection.
We also wish to call your attention to our Immense Line of
Hats and Gaps. They are all new. In Fur Gaps we have a full line.
All grades and styles from the Cheapest to the very Best.
IV fExflipE3flif B3s'k
In this line we have a large stock. We sell nothing but the best
grades, and guarantee all our Boots and Shoes. You must call and
see us when you need a pair. The system of selling goods of a thor
oughly reliable quality at a small profit is a ruling principle of this
We invite one and all to call at our store and look. We will
take pleasure in showing our various lines of Suits and Overcoats.
We try to have them right and believe they are; and we know
that the prices are lower than any of our competitors. W do
not sail trash, and advise Deoole not to buy it of any house. What
we want is to have our goods fairly examined as to linings and
general make-up, and are satisfied that after a fair comparison you
will be convinced that our store is the place to trade.
For every one dollar's worth of goods bought at our store yOUgn
iler. one l-noradrilLone sadlle:alsoone ir od
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UeatlHg -iove, one iisicnson xauie, one oeu
gtead. and many outer things too numerous to
TERMS OF SALE All saaif under $10, casn.
OasBm nf Sio ana over, a credit of 12 m. stofi
Kill be Ives on note wltU approved wsrttr
wuboat nter k If paid when aue. If not paid
when due. 3 per cent Interest Kill be cnarg d
from dat f note.
JBest and Cheapest
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers
will get a ticket on our Fine Top Buggy. We ask you to call and ex
amine our goods ana get prices.
2Q3 Cedaz Stxoot.
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