[MORE PERSONALS: TRAVELER, NOVEMBER 3, 1880.]
Trappers are now laying in winter supplies, and are rusticating in the Territory. There is said to be plenty of beaver on Thompson creek, only twenty-five miles from this city.
Joe Hoyt is back from Leadville and the mining districts of Colorado, and shines resplendant in long hair and a suit of oil-tanned buckskin, which shows indications of considerable service. Joe reports a fair amount of success in the mines, and will shortly return.
David Hollenbeck and Joe Hoyt, "Buckskin Joe," as he is familiarly called, were at the Tremont yesterday to dinner. They were on their way to Arkansas City from Leadville, to which place they will return soon. They are partners of Frank P. Crews, of this city. Wichita Republican.