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Lawrence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1884, Lawrence, Kansas Morning Vol JANUARY CITY The lollowins in thflf lili I C W Maachu tl THE FAMOUS 151 DYING AND B 13J A ss Indiana Cash Grocery to the i Everybody should smoke the N Von 17 4 Wholesale and 128 we A public examination for the teachers We desire to return our thanks to our j of Douglas will be held at Law many friends for their very liberal re nee in Central School Satur ronage during the and to say day February j that are again ready to supply their j wauts in Our shelves are again refilled with new stationery de partment fully Artist ma linll Toud Hive lltin Fisher is now representing tht DAILV lie is a solicitor of long good judgment and well known to the older portion of the business having lived in Lawreiue from an early day until twelve or fourteen years Coming recently from where he was connected with the he has now in terested himself in the NEWS and brings nud We got some Here goes for No extra te make good losses on Dead Cash must or throw up the The The apparatus in nil and tlie lllANlWT ISVKNTIoX of the Ililic luenh Siwtis new Massachusetts nonh of Naiioiial HUSTON PKAJKS MEAT MARKET 181 XI Ucxt tiile iu All kliuliof uiiti yiTs Two or three Inquire of corner Winthrop and Tennesee 11 pounds Granulated Sugar 11pounds CoffeeA 11 ll pounds Exira 0 sugar pounds Brown Sugar 12 pounds Yellow sugar LO pounds Best Steel Out at Meal 12 pounds Host Carolina Rice 20 pounds Patnu Rice 11 jiounds best Dried Pouches V pounds best English i best Uncolored Japan Tea Dust n pounds best Baskettired Japan Tea DUH 8 pounds goud Young Ilysn i pounds good iun 1owder S pounds good Japanese 2 lb Sjm 1 Its Fancy Uiuoloroil Jap 10 boxes Maulies 2K in each t pounds new Valencia J 5 pounds new London Layers Raisins 100 pounds A 1 Flour loit pounds StnH of Lite Flour Cans Corn 2 ach y Cans Independence Tomatoes 8 Cms either Vancump or Folks best Tomatoes A laive lot oiLumps ranging from 25cts to Tea Tea minds good Japanese lea js extra quality tiun Powder good enough for t minds extra qualiU Jupu Tea good enough lor any KS Fancv Uiuolorod Japan Tea in iaiuy boxes worth 100 nough for anybody body terial stock Picture frame stock and wall paper and shades for spring Come A few days ago the Herald took to not only but the vigor CHEW easmn to refer to the it and Characteristic of the t t had but three columns and a It was our good fortune to pay a visit yesterday to the restaurant and confec tionary store of who have one of the finest restaurants in The tables are reat and of original This it called a bull that would not take much to The Journal copied th licious little tinder the hi1 About the size of Now any one His old friends will be sure to give him cordial welcome anrt the new ones he is sure 10 make will find him an agreeable will look after adver try to see that sub get their icli to TO maKe win nn I He will j tjsinor and j Bribers get their uv oysters goods of the very best ami the fresh rolls and cakes makes a man they are so They make a specialty of the cele brated Texas Siftings We ad vise you to call and see The new union freight depot at the tains daily from four to five columns of advertising doubled as we call That it is put in on the outside and on the inside Papers that do this are supposed to place no value on theirt advertising and adver tisers are justified in expecting to get space for next to nothing Something east end of Henry street is fast ap1S IUedeil to aml the toad is ull proaching completion under the man agement of Foreman and his able body of The old 75 I ing the that he ought to get double space far the same money or pay half price fojwhat he is now depot buildings of the cS and railroads were brought to1 gethcrandare irmly and secure Fitriii for Eightv acre of Massachusetts 2w Stoves ami ami Tin Repairing at hot join prices at 28 Make your wife happy with a New American For sade by Buy your wife a New Cook Stove for a Christmas present at 28 Massachusetts Granniss Baltimore Oys Best in the at Library tickets for the ear will be sold during December for Any one buyingone dozen tickets will be entitled to a A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS A PALACE OK UEALTV AND GIBBS MILLINKUY CAKISTMAS Gibbs has established a reputa tion for taste and skill in ihe purchase and adaptation of millinery goods not excelled She been in Lawrence less than one but in that time her parlors have bieome headquar ters for tin mosjt Her styles are always the and her prices slip does not believe in carrying old she is determined to out ai much of her stock as Bjssible before the holidays arc er will lie found to be Call without fail and secure bargains Go to Hodges chop baled 174 for Persons having Christmas pivsonts can leave them at Hopes and obtain loans on says he does not advertise u the papers as every one knows ho the best of good at lowest He advertises his goods at by selling the best and wants you to trv 132 Grannies Best in the Baltimore Oys at EXPSLKY IHOTOKKAPIIS Ketlurc Kutis for the I wish to announce that the price of Photos at the Iron Clad Gallery near the bridge be as follows Four or Eight Bon Tons for 50 One dozen Cabinet Photos for Other sizes in All work to suit or no 4w Ladies approve smoking the Little Joker Public Lawrence of the An cient Oreer United will give a public installation of officers at their Monday All Master Workmen in good with members of theio arc in yited be An entertaining pro gramme has been arranged By order of the FOR large furnished three doors north of west side of THE Subscribe for the NKWS and sect all the Little Joker is the best smoking Fifty more hats to be sold below cost at Gardner Robert Rankm has returned to begin studies in the Rand is still sick at his home on Massachusetts Attend church today and get food for reflection during the Woods and of Cin register at the Eldridge The cheapest place in town to buy hosiery is at Gardner W ngs and feathers in endless variety below cost at We are under obligations to Lewis and Doane for If you want best cigar for 5 or 10 go to Smiths News Stout returned jesterday from a trip to Chicago and other eastern Copies of the NEWS can be had at the news or at the Price 5 Cuigh ami ly underpinned and refitted throughout with offices and other conveniences hav ing extensive platforms When it will afford unequaled ac commodations for the storage and discharge of This is what Laxvrence butter accommoda tions given by the roads it Our merchants are expensive receivers and shippers of and the railroads are wise in providing the necessary con Let the good work go On Thursday Miss Rachel Connor of this She has been a sufferer from heart disease for a num ber of She was born in Hunt ingdon The funeral will take place at 2 oclock to day from the parents residence on South Kentucky Chamber of Commerce The Lawrence Chamber of Commerce will meet their rooms tomorrow at which a full attendance is ask rs Caldwell was moved to tears in tbe recitation of the Soldiers Reprieve at the Installation last Three silk handkrehiefs helped him Edward of who has been in the employ of the Kansas Pacific railroad for a number of is in the city attending the funeral of his late We cant get an advertisement from Bretts bakery ho says his goods do their own and our aarice is to try them and see for 121 Mass achusetts We have another hundred of Footcs Health for those subscri bers paying CO cents for the NEWS one The book alone is worth the though costing but 25 Important to bu3rers of dry goods and We are now making unheard of low on all classes of goods during our peremptory It will pay you to invest Innes from and after this Gibbs but they may do su will oiler her velvets and felt ruling of the hats and bonnets at Also a lot of i and wings at j Conic and sec Theyve got to Two of the most conspicuous charac ters at the Lawrence Skating on Kollcr This pleasant and healthful exercise is participated in by so many of the youth of this tint one can always find many at one of the numerous rinks in visit them when he The interest shown plainly visible at the new and large rink in the MeCullough block ou Friday upon the occa sion of the opening of the enlarged Over 300 spectators crowded the space devoted to while from 150to 200 were ou skates in the course of the The occasion was marked by the large number in as the NEWS had an nounced it as a Masked Of the many present we noticed among the ladies Miss Minnie Miss Cate Miss Miss Carrie Miss Gertie Miss Maggie Miss Miss An die Blanch Webber and Frank The sterner sex was repre sented in part by Mc Frank ed in order to take under advise ment the late action of the railroad commissioners in establishing freight These rates are generally increased through all the eastern part of the and unless will be detrimental to the business interests of our leading Of the rail Fred Ben and Joe sher add John The masks were removed at I There were quaint and cu rious and so we can not enumerate The capacity of the Hall was tested to its and MeCullough has JJI4L Itilxill lil VVJ 1 1 roads are not compelled to increase llfldcdto a hanging gallery erect A t under the i ed at of arc guests at Friday were Doane and FOR Piano at my Second band store on Walnut GEORGE the Eldridge Cosley is putting up a mammoth skat ingrink on Kentucky Roller skating is all the rage The Eldridge House register bears the names of and Mayor Bulleue and daughter of Kansas arc in town iting the family of We found the names of Harris and of register with other at the A few copies of Harpers Weekly con taining a good likeness of the late left at Smiths News Miss Gertrude bids fair to be come an Many compliments are paid to her ex cellence in this pleasing A good many are star gazing and looking through the telescope for sun Why dont they go to the Chica go Gallery showcase and see The Columbia yarns are unsurpassed in eveness and elasticity of brilli ancy and durability of colors and varie ty of Sold by Gardner The county commisioners done noth ing yesterday of much public as the business was more of an individ ual They meet again on Mon day A few more tired women can happy and their families well satified if they will only buy their bread and other good things at Bretts 121 Mass achusetts Every one is in great expectancy over the coming party to be given by Edwin Brown at her in honor of Miss Mabel of Orer sixty invitations are now in the hands of the expected and every preparation possible made to insure it the finest of the representing the untutored The character was well sus tained Economical bargain and all who appreciate the value of are earnestly requested to call and see the extraordinary bargains we are offering at our peremptory Inncs Services be held as usual in all the churches this It is well to i attend church and hear what ministers i although we may not agree to all I We may get light upon some sub I jectworthy of j The Imperial Club had an exceeding j ly line time on Friday evening at the Social Club rooms about thirtylive couples participating in the enjoyments j i of the evenin County Central Committee The above committee met yesterday j at 1 oclock at the office of Tosh in this They decided to issue a call for a convention to be held at the court house on January at 10 oclock for the purpose of selecting delegate to the congressional district to be held at Pur Saturday the 20th The basis of representation was made the same as at the convention last The call will Among our HusineKK J Good is one of our but re liable business One can always depend upon him for firstclass grocer ies if thiy arc to be whether he advertise or Pease is making a specialty of I dressed poultry and He not only has staple of the choicest selec but lie brings in from Kasnas City j uepot packinghouses lota of and other portions that are in demand He o satisfy the public Dally inch or so of fresh snow this and the sleighing is pro Sleighs at an are a drug on the Wid llainey is home ou a dealers report big hol iday but others think it mostly Thomas is in on a Several Lawrence people have received cards for the wedding ou New York street on the Harts horso slipped and fell on Massachusetts and came near injuring the boy seri ladies of the Round Table have resumed their after a vacation of two They are reading the history of Germany this Last year they rend the History of packages for delivery in the Express Many teams and sleighs in from the and bust ness Tha telegraph and express offices am stil doing a holiday Men are shoveling snow from off some of the Hat roof business The union meetings in the Methodist Church arc well attended and much interest is The morning meeting at ll oclock in the rooms of the are increasing in interest and attend It is intended to keep them up as long as interest is Miss Alice Molton left for to Miss Devore and her have returned to their home in Blue skies and bright sun citizen had to shovel himself Court still in The heavy mists compel some of the dry goods merchants to show off their goods by Turkeys every Young there can be found no better place than the city library for you to spend your leisure at the You are as welcome at one as the the thermometer falls many degrees below Sleigh ing Real estate is still ad especially 5m pro veil farms have increased per in Farms renting at 10 per of their are a little Who ever heard a Kansas man complain of i heavy taxes appear in the NEWS on Tuesday morn ing It is hoped that great care shall be taken to have an honest and in telligent delegation 1 taste at the dinner The j Union Prayer meeting at each Regular services at the j Church corner New York and Quincy streets at 11 and 7 Sunday School at m rXITAKIAX j yesterday received his j new engine direct from the Branton Petroleum Engine of BOHi It is a little two horse i and cost him about It is a restaurant said to run at expense of thirty cents iness house i a will be a great addition lo his i Paul Ulrickson has a warm side for i and can furnish heating j cold We arc told by those who stoves at Any one having a sur have made horticulture a study and a i i i specialty lor Ihat when the tlier j plus ot wind can also find with him a twenty degrees below I windmill that will do more work NORTH Mnndenhall took possession of theJiotel opposite the Lnion Pacific and John will leave next Tuesday for Sangamon coun where they will spend some two or three weeks visiting the play round of their whore in lifes early years they spent many happy hours that will return no more recently vacated the hotel near tin will soon open n Bridge in the bus formerly by Lear The indications arc that the small fruit crop consisting of blackberries and raspberries luvve been killed by the late crating mu after Miller is having copies of j ai questions for examinations in algebra j OsmonU will necesfary for admission into the Young people are especially ematical department of the University j Bring your Gospel Hymns t than Services today at 11 j a He can also do better work in j it will make any j and his tin wan might be used by a lady in making a or j would be the dolight of boys on a chara The superb and exhil The True Basis of Church pumping than half a Hisie was rendered by Busclfs Annual meeting of the society 00k stoves tha mailed to the Principals of the High Schools of the The Professor is j i ever i the passenger transfer man of Wabaunsee is a guest at the Place House He reports Alma as improving rapidly and the price of real estate Union services will be hold every eve i The Chemical Manufacturing Company have been awarded the conj 1 tract fjr supplying the charitable insti i unions of the State with Baking Powj j der Concentrated Fluid Extracts for quarter o77outhj State Bount of Charities after a careful east fractional quarter of section examination of the goods made by this Keal Christian Schneider to zero ixcilliiit is soinenhat en Almost goud citizen of North Lawrence exceedingly that they did not iirt settle and make improve ments on Walnut they could now have an opportunity to self out to tinrailroad company tfbout twice its From almost every quarter the report comes to us of the by the late cold One man informs us of Jin los of fifty of aiTotlier of a hundred bushels of and still another the loss of H young calf missioiiTrs last their attention was called to a business min who was ite itmvn range fess one i which arc pronounced by somewhat obstinate in Pjirting with his r i property at anything like fair f seat T Nathan Henshaw to Joseph Snvder eminent chemists be perfectly jy these like fast It is the county seat Henshaw to Joseph Snyder eminent o we and good railroad with and tract of land in section a qualification absolutely required by true men found the first oood prospects for others in the near fu town range the The manufacturing of their duty was to inspect the Snyder to tracts of j company is one o the leading industries in order to set Walter long a resident of Douglas county and familiarly known by old residents as Walt is a visitor to His family are guests of and Charles Smith will remain with her son during the Smith will return to Colorado in a day or two where his of ficial duties as Marshall require bis a true value land in section town range I TT T upon this In an obscure cor j of the It has become so by hard of the y found a tabie on Corkhill 10 work and careful study of the wants of wnich was a small barrel and near southwest quarter of northeast quarter the public in the production of goods which was one or two The ta perfectly adapted to popular Jacob Gutknecht to August Ko oww north half of southeast quarter of sec tion town range Henry Tav to Christian east half of northeast quartet of section town range fre must keep harping away until we get not scores of these manufacturing compaj As these men were temperate nies in this m their habits and principles and were Af r Ponrllptnn mir wpll known irrn VerY Poor judges Of good they our wenknown were compelled to suspend their judg will return from ment Up0n a matter of such grave im on Tuesday
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