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The Smelter from Pittsburg, Kansas • 5

The Smelter from Pittsburg, Kansas • 5

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The Smelteri
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Pittsburg, Kansas
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5
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Fri6 I ST I ALA Offers Pure and Reliable Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Chemicals, Oils, Vaniisjnes, wincs.ow-t3rj.ass, jErxxiy, Fine Soa-DS Perfumery Brushes, "Choice Havana cigars' Fine Stationery Inks. AS piendid Assortment ofFINE TOILET ARTICLES AND FANCY GOODS, embracing DRESSING-CASES, in Celluloid and Rubber Manufactures, Odor Cesas Toilet and Colo-ne Sets, Albums, Purses, and Hand Bags, in Plush and Leather. Ladies Work, Papeteries, Complexion Powders, and a thusand other articles, too numerous to 1 J3 4- mention AT RARE BARGAINS STBTIEIS No. 289, Broadway, Pittsburg, Kansas -Best corned beef at Smelker Co's. NEW FURNITURE STORE.

tie Joker. Lard at Smelker at 15 cents per pound. For dwelling houses cheap. Inquire of W. C.

Brooks. Miss L. Gray will give musicjessons on the orsran. Inonire at residence of Jerry Brown, on 4th, street, Pittsburg. If you go to Van Winkle he will If you want Pure Drugs at reasonable prices buy at headquarters! Lind-buxg's Drug Emporium is the place.

Presbyterian. Rev. F- M. Symmes will preach in Waskey's Hall evary Sabbath at 11 A. and 7:30 P.

M. Sabbath school at 9:45 A. M. All are cordially invited to Attend Supposed to be Mad. The little son of Simeon Kern, who lives east of Pittsburg, -was bitten by the dog on Thursday.

The dog was playing with him when the boy shipped him and told him to go away. Nothing was thought of the matter until the same dog went into the field and followed Mr. Kern's hired hand around and playing. The man cuffed him. whereupon the dog bit him too.

The dog then went away from home and did not return for hours. The family are alarmed, of course, as the same dog bit one of their hogs, and has shown signs of being mad. PARK BOOKER, At present situated on North Main Street, two doors north of Lovell Parlor Meat Market, Pittsburg, Kansas. Our stock being complete, consists of a full line of Dressers, Chairs, Beds, Lounp's, Tables, Stands all kinds. Everything in the Household Furniture Line.

Repairing and Job work a specialty. Also a hill line of UNDERTAKING GOODS, and a Share of the Patron-ronage of Pittsburg and Vicinity is Respectfully Solicited. PARK BOOKER. show vou he has a line of lumber to suit CO. -Smoke the Havana Ailed 44 Grip," Hughe's Barber shop.

44tS Remember the Fourth of July meeting next Tuesday night at Justice Ham lin's ofliee. J. C. Livingston, of Opolis, lias bought the house of Ilort Washburn oj the same place. yow that our festivals are all over we may chronicle that twenty-four persons were poisoned by drinking liquids at a cburcb festival, at Chattanooga last week.

Mr. John Comstock accidentally fell and broke his arm. Dr. Miller attended the who is getting along very well. The Roman Catholic Festival and Ball was a success.

The expense was considerable, but the ladies made it go. Total receipts amounted to $S5. The Dancing manager sold fifty niunbers. Xew Firm, Wm. E.

Booker and B. BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS, the taste of alL Yard near Amphitheatre. Parties who are in neeed of anything in the Paint, Wall Paper, Book or Stationery Line jean buy the same cheaper for the next 30 days than ever before. The reason is that I am get-ing ready to move my store building for the purpose of erecting a brick where I will have more room to accommodate my largo trade I don't want to move any more goods than J. can help I would rather move the Greenbacks.

Call and see me, John R. Lindburg. Having added a new line of Fancy and Staple groceries to my stock, I am prepared to meet the wants of my customers moie fully, I buy and sell all classes of country produce. J. E.

Sauee. If you don't wan't to spend your money don't go to Smelker where you can get all kinds of meats, beef, pork, mutton, corned beef, pickled pork, lard, head-cheese, pickled tripe, pickled pigs feet, bologna meats G. Park, carpenters, have rented Sharp's building north of Lovell meat market, and will open up a first-class furniture store. Their ad" is to be seen elsewhere, as Park Booker. Success to them.

COST, AT ELI Religions Items. The Rev. W. Ramsey was greeted with a crowded house last Sunday at tho Methodist Church. In the evening many were turned away being unable to JVisIiing to Close my Business, I now offer My Entire Stock at gain admittance.

lie seems to have awakened a new interest in church affairs under his charge, and 17 new members COST. have been brought into the church. Farm for Sale. 80 acres, with a box house, 16x24, good cellar, granery, and stable, 65 acres in cultivation, 15 in pasture, clover and prairie. 4 mile south and one mile east of Weir City, Cherokee county.

I will give a good bargain. George Seisskr. Weir City, Kas. SPANISH LACES, GUIPURE, RIBBONS, LINEN EDGINGS, LACE EDGINGS, HAMBURG EDGINGS, LACE COLLARS, SILKS AND SATINS, WHITS DRESS GOODS, WHITS FLANNELS, COLORED FLANNELS, CRETONNE, TWO SHOW CASES, STORE FIXTURES, TABLE LINENS, BED SPREADS, LADIES' HOSE, CHILDREN'S HOSE, BUTTONS, YARNS, TOWELING, JEANS, COTTONADES, SHIRTING, WORSTED DRESS GOODS, From 8 to 40c per yard, BLACK CASHMERES, ALL PRICES, Special Meeting of the Council. A special meeting of the council was held on May 21st, 1883, with a full board in attendance.

The first thing considered was the appointment of a marshal in the place of W. A. Chapman, resigned. L. K.

Sam-sell was appointed, with a. full vote for his confirmation. The mayor appointed Sidney Gillard, temporarily, as night policeman. On motion the matter of city surveying tobe done by an engineer, and the city grade, was left in the hands of the mayor. C.

S. Clanton was allowed permission to move his store into Broadway while building a new brick, provided he take necessary precaution as set forth in his permissson. The mayor appointed and the council confirmed, John E. Witte, as street Personal. Miss Lillie Gray, of Cherokee, is now a resident of Pittsburg and will give Wessons in music.

She stops at the home of J. B. Brown on 4th street. J. M.

Giberson, of Elsah, 111., who has property in this place will soon move to Pittsburg to reside. He has concluded to cast his lot in Kansas. A. M. Bogle, a teacher of Cherokee county, called last Saturday.

S. H. Wicks, from near Girard, dropped into the Smelter office on Thursday David Thompson, a young man from near Beulah, accompanied Mr. Dyer's family, who started Thursday morning for Portland, Oregon. He has gone for the benefit of his health.

E. P. Dyer and family left on Thursday morning for their new home in We hope they will find health and happiness beyond the Rockies. A. A.

Fletcher has returned from his trip and visit east. His health is better. Mrs. J. II.

Harvey has been very ill for some three wreeks. Mrs, Kobt. Lanyon expeets to take a visit to Europe soon, for her health. A. S.

Curtlett, represenative of the "Little Joker," tobacco firm, visited us this week in the interest of his Company. He talks only ot its quality and popularity. Keuben Lanyon was up from Joplin, and returned on Thursday. Xarkin Jones and family, of Walnut, visited their many friend and relatives in Pittsburg, this week. Horace Bull and family took a visiting trip to Pittsburg, last Satnr-day.

They went to visit H. P. Replo-gle and wife. Liberal. Dayton McLucas left for Pittsburg, last Saturday.

May success attend him. Liberal. L. Bishop, liveryman at called on Wednesday to pay his respects to the Smelter. He informed us that the drill-rod in the Opolis coal shaft was yet stuck fast.

H. Seeley, Lyman C. Campbell, Dr. Hillis, and Chas. Brooks have all taken a trip to Okolohoma, I.

on a pleasure excursion. 1 C. D. Sayrs, Girard, was in Pittsburg, Tuesday. D.

Corning, of Lincoln township Was in the city with Bro. Sanderson on Tuesday, remarking on the growth of our city. Oscar McDowel, of the Columbus Lodge of K. visited the Pittsburg lodge on last Tuesday night. The boys are drilling for our Fourth of July celebration.

B. B. Mann, Special Agent of the Kansas Mutual Life Association was working his cause in our city on Wednesday last. L. R.

Jewell, is now the agent for Crawford W. F. Rider's mother from Opolis, is visiting her son-in-law? Mr. a this city. B.

F. Hobart, and I. J. Rochussen ot North Springfield, were doing business in this city on Tuesday. The Major wished us to come over and see some of the new and mosp desirable corner lotsf Willis Webb, of the Baptist Church preached at the School house, and is keeping his members together.

The first service was held last Saturday in the new Roman Catholic Church on Elm streetjConducted by Father Bon-oncini. lie had a good sized congregation, and is gathering his people so that they work more together. A Festival was held on last Tuesday night for the benefit of the church. The building erected by this congregation is an honor to the town and makes a good appearance on the corner of -8th and Elm. Trees have been planted in the yard, cistern dug, and some grading will be done around the building.

The Rev. F. 31. Symmes, delivered a solid sermon on Sunday evening to a fair congregation as to numbers, and appears to be a very earnest, energetic man. The permanent organization of the society was completed last Sunday by the election and appointment of J.

D. Officer, II. C. Brunner and Louis Kumm as Elders: andF. W.

Henry, Geo.F. Keener, C. W. Long, II. C.

Brunner, Louis. Kumm and Henry Shattuck as trustees of the church, A Sunday school was organized with a fair attendance. The society will take steps toward building at once. The Sunday school of the Episcopal Church meets at 9 o'clock every Sunday morning. The ladies of this Church held a social at Mrs.

Rorer's house last Thursday collected some mon- ey to help paint the inside of the church which is now being done. The society is out of the exception of a few dollars oh the organ. The Christian or Campbellites have not held any serviees for a few own a lot near the mill and expect to pr ganize some time in the future. The Roman Catholics have a Sunday school which meets every Sunday at 2, P. M.

at the Church, and is under the care of Father Bononcini Bishop Fink, of Leavenworth, will visit this last named Church on the 17th, of June and remain a week or more, and the priest who takes charge will be in-r stalled. Elder Boaz, of the 31. E. Church will hold services and quarterly meeting at the 3Iethodist Church to-night and -to morrow morning. All are invited to a tend.

You can Save Money by buying goods of me, GEO, FORD, With the Big Boot-Shoo Store- May 19, 1883. The best smoking Tobacco is the Lit tle Joker. 49yl Police Court. Since the reporter sent in the last court proceedings many things of interest have happened, (and much more than will ever be told in full.) In the last two weeks the following fines have been turned over to the city. A.

Alderman, drunk, fo.OO Fred. Luther, 4 00 LouWeymeyer, 1.00 Chas. Gayer, 3.00 Getter, 1.00 John Jones, 4.00 W. Freed, 4.00 I. Shelby, for driring steam engine through the streets, 1,00 Mclntire same, 1.00 Geo.

Hansen, keeping baudy house, 25.00 Will Prater, and Ed Leach were arrested for disorderly conduct, each 1.00 -Considerable frost on the lowlands pn Monday night last. Beans and sweet potato plants suffered the most. Road Supervisors in this township are doing a better work for the benefit pf the public highways than heretofore, so we are told by one who knows. A brother of Arch.Fulton and another miner is prospecting for coal pn the pld Campbell farm. They have gone through the first vein, with good indications for a second.

-rThe Knights of Pythias will parade at Pittsburg's Celebration on the Every smoker should try Little Joker. Van Winkle's Eagle screams this week, and tells of the thousapds of feet of lumber he has for sale. An old well on Eighth street between the sidewalk and the street is left in a dangerous condition, and the attention of the street committee is called to it. If any one should fall into the same the city would be liable therefor. Arrested.

C.Hast has been buying new and second-band furniture at Kansas City and selling at Pittsburg, and Lamar at very low prices. Guns and amunitipn for sale. Pays cash for eggs, old iron, rags, and bones. Will attend to all calls to go and see furniture, and deliver same to any part pf the pity free, C.Hast, Justice's Court. On.

May 16th, 18S3, Anna Shriep made complaint that Wm, Shriep did unlawfully assault and beat the plaintiff. The defendant plead guilty and was fined $5 and costs. On the 16th, Henry Jenkins made complaint that one, S. G. Carter did unlawfully and maliciously shoot at one, Henry Jenkins and wound another person who was near.

Carter was brought into court and plead not guilty. On evidence he was found guilty and sent to jail to await trial. LISPBURG'S NOTICE. Iam mating preparations to build a new business house, and as it tcill cost me conr siderable money, I hope my customers tcho know themselves in debt to me uill call and settle their accounts whether small or large. Jf cash is not convenient I tcill settle by froviiiory note.

ohn R. i..

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1880-1891