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"ghe. WLMxiix gaily; ngU: ffrMag g$Lmiixxgf gutue 6, 1890.
This powder uerer varies. A innrrel of purity,
Etrength antl vl.olpsoitfness. Jlore economical
than the ordlDnry Idnds and cannot bo eold In com
petition with the multitude of low test nort weight
Ainm or tinostihaw powders, boid onlv in ouib.
Jtoyal B.aklnc Powder C o . 106 Wall St V Y.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
140 X. MA IX S T . iriCUIT..
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled Demand 25 Eaeh.
IT'S J?COMBiNATlO!ll'V OUT.
Once upon .a time the Queen of all the
"Flour5;,' whose name was Imperial, gave
a luncheon to her subjects. When all
wore seated at the banquet table some of
the "low grades' became envious of the
queen's charms and popularity aad cried
out "We are as good as Imperial.' The
royal court mc-scnger, Prince Tally-Ho,
arrived at that moment in his coach and
proclaimed the verdict of the people: "Ini
lierial is supreme. Long live Imperial."
Than the low bread rebels made rve faces
and fcaid "Our cake is dough; we knead no
more. .Long live Imperial." 13 tf
Fave 25 "Magnet soap wrappers and get
5c cash for them 13 tf
Wichita, Kan., June 3, 1S90.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
oilice of the secretary of the Loard of Edu
cation until ." o'clock p. m., June 14, 1890,
for the erection of a four-room brickschool
building on College Hill, according to
plans and specifications on file in the office
of Proudfoot & Bird, architects, Wichita,
Kansas. Each bidder will be required to
submit separate bids
1st. For the erection of buildingaccord
ing to plans of Proudfoot ic Bird, with
plans and estimates furnished by SmeadtSc
Co. for heating apparatus;
2d. For erection of building according
to plans of Proudfoot & Bird, with plans
and estimates furnished by Fuller & War
ren Co. for heating apparatus.
A certified check for ?20J must accom
pany each bid.
The board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. aI. Stewaut,
15-ot Chairman building and grounds.
Save Jmgnet soap wrappers for cash.
Wichita, Kan., June 4, 1890.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of secretary of board of education
until 5 o'clock p. m., June 14, 1890, for the
1. Grading and filling around the Harry
street school buildinsr.
2. Grading and filling around the Kel
logg school building; excavation of one
foot in basement.
:?. Grading and filling around the new
Third ward school building.
4. Grading and filling around the "Hc
Cormick aienuo school building, Avcst
Bids will bo received separate for each
school. No bids by the yard or load re
ceived. Sand may be Used" for base within
one foot of surface. All bids to include
material. Board reserves the riht to re
ject anj; or all bids. M. Stewaut,
Chairman building and grounds,
Two Xcvr Passenger Trains on tho Frisco Jjinc.
Commencing Monday, Juno 2, tho Frisco
will run two additional passenger trains.
Going east, leave Wichita at 12:20 p. m.;
going west, leave Wichita at 2.27 p. m.
This does not conilict with the present
time card. W. D. aIukdock,
14 tf Passenger Agent,
Important change Frisco line com
moncing today, June 2, tho Frisco lino
have in service two additional passenger
trains, in addition to the regular service,
thus giving three trains eacli way, leaving
as follows: Eat bound limited "leave for
Sk Louis 12:20 p. m.; west bound limited
levo for California 2:27 p. m. Equipped
with elegaut day coaches, through Pull
man bleeping cars. Other trains un
cliHnged. Wichita, June 2, 1S00. dl3 lOt
The Water in the swimming pool is al
ways fresh. Everybody should pat roni7e
the Natatorium, where good tub shower
liaths with hot and cold water are always
it"'. ma (it
Three hour the quickest to St.
Missouri Pacific railway.
On and after June 9, 1S90, the Frisco line
will resume tariff rates in efieet March 9
IS" 0. D. WlSIIAKT,
Wichita, Afay 29. G P V
See first counter of toys:
5c, 9c, 12c, 25c. Many things
to please the little ones.
Paracliiites S cents,
of fun for the boys.
Black chip flats S9c; used
to he and are now at other
stores 1.50 and 1.70.
Gents furnishing depart
ment crowded every day.
Everything there you see
will be a snap. Follow the
M. B. COHN,
GLOBE, 418 Dowlas Ire
Bfl" !e i! 8 M TIT II D
GASTRONOMY IN NEW YORK.
The Various Gucsta of an East SI do lies
tanrant and Hotr They Are Treated.
Sliders (waiter afctho Morning Glory res
taurant, at 11:55 a. m., poshing his head
jthrougb the. iStebea slot till bis shoulders
ache) Fired up fer m, "Nate?
The Cook Yeop.
Sliders Ketch, dcrferds right off derbat
t'day. Der jays is goin' t' fly good.
The Cook tossing a "one out") Paste
'm in, Nibsy.
Sliders (entering the fray) What's yonr's,
Clothing Salesman (who lunches uptown
on Sundays) You. may bring me a chicken
pate and a glass of milk.
Sliders Ain't got a singer left, Boss.
Salesman Make it fried bacon, then.
Sliders (fog horning) Hollercost rooter,
an' drive dcr cowl What you goin' ter
crawl over, Jersey?
Mr. Pecbrey (down from Westchester to
pay the interest on his watch ticket) I
want a dish of tripe an' onions.
Slider (calliopmg Yard 5f towellin',
wid frangipannys! Got it, "Tsate?
The Cook Yeep.
Sliders (to newsboy) Keep out'r d' gang
way, an' yer won't git knocked down.
Dero, don't crack yer tear jar. I didn't
hurt yer. G'lang over in der corner, an'
lick dat 'lasses off der tableclot'. Oh, you
don't git no 'tention, Mr. Yandybilt?
Lodger (from Nepenthe hotel, next door,)
Corn beef hash, an' cup 5r coffee quick,
Sliders Shut up! (Again exploding.)
Cattle train smash up, an' kill a Narabl
Party's goin' ter die, so nox' week '11 do
Colored Customer (who has drifted over
from the Yest Side) Liver 'n' aigs, fr'en'
Sliders Set der guinea on a fried pin
Messenger Boy What '11 five cents buy?
Sliders Lot down ter Corona 'f yer hit
der right party.
Messenger Boy No gillin', now. Gimme
free cakes an' a glass of water.
Sliders Drop der buckshot! Here's yer
bath. Hurry up dem quaits, Daisy (this
to tho dish washer at tho rear). Good
morning, sir. (Turning a little pale.) Hope
I didn't give no 'fence after dat dance his'
night. (Takes the helmet and club and
hangs them up.)
The Officer on the Beat No; only don't
holler when I dust th' club with yer, th'
next time. It's liable to keap folks awake.
I want roast beef with Spanish onions,
mashed potatoes, green corn, celery, Vi
enna rolls and a cup of cofiee.
Sliders Knock der steer! Slide der
(correcting himself with a gulp and a start)
chef, servo out roast beef with Spanish In
juns, mashed pertaties, green goo corn,
salary, Vieno rolls an' coffee. Officer Slat
tcry's came. (Going to tho rear and push
ing his head and shoulders through the
slot.) Nate, I ain't a Whyo if I did 'n como
nigh insulting his breast plates! J. S. G.
Test of Grit.
President Insurance Company Want to
be appointed a life insurance agent, eh?
What experience have you had?
Applicant None. I will be frank with
you, sir. I wish to marry old Moneybags'
daughter, and I want to bo able to say that
I am in business for myself. See?
President I see. Now I'll be frank with
you. Go to old Moneybags, tell him you
haven't a cent, and don't expect any, yet
you want to marry his daughter. Of course
he'll refuse and kick you out. But if you
keep at him and stick to it until ho finally
consents I'll appoiut you superintendent.
New York Weekly.
rinished His Story Himself.
"Depew is right," said Senator Watson
C. Squires, of Washington. "North Caro
lina has a corner on atmosphere. Up
around Ashevillo the air is loaded with
balsamic elements, almost a specific for
lung-troubles. I went there twenty years
ago far gone with consumption. I had
been given up by the doctors as a hopeless
case. In less than three months I"
"You were a well man?"
"No. I died and was buried on the spot. n
going to write ;
"I am going to write a poem," said
"You don't know how."
"Y-a-a-s; I've just found the secret."
"First, you'vo got to make folks think
that you don't know what yon are talking
about, and then that maybe you do and
they don't." Washington Post.
VU11dk to Wait.
"You seem to think that because I am
rich there is no need of your working,"
said a congressman to liis son. "You should
profit by the motto, 'learn to labor and to
"I have tried it, father; and I've conclud
ed that I'd rather do less laboring and more
waiting, if it's just tho same to you."
A Hani Nanio Anyvray
Tr. Blobson Didn't I hear you calling
one of your little playmates hard namcj
just now, Johnny?
Johnny Diunpscy(who is twico as erudite
as his father) Perhaps you did, pa. I don't
soo how I could very well help it. His namo
is Peter Stone. Burlington Free Press.
"The weather seems to bo in tho agri
cultural implement and ordnance casting
"Why do you think so?"
"Because it had no sooner ceased raining
pitchforks than it began to blow great
guns." Boston Courier.
An Extensive Acquaintance.
A Ixinj; ITarowoIl.
Pauline Don't go, Reginald.
Reginald I mut, love; it is after 10.
Pauliut: Indeed it isn't; it's only half
And Reginald, upon consulting his
watch, observed that it said just 10:SQ.
A Good riace for TT.cia.
"Hrvo the judges o: the supremo court
any lockers, or do they wer their robed
through the treats?"
"Oh, no. They keep them folded up in
tho buroan - - "" Ntc- York San.
A Burmw) Bnrial.
The Rangoon Gazetto reports the bnrial
of the Meebya Queen, one of the wives of
King Alindone Jln, whoso body had been
lying some time in state at the residence of
her daughter, near Rangoon. At 9 o'clock
the proccs3icn, which wss nearly a mile
long, started. White umbrellas, the special
symbol of Burmese royalty, w$re numer
ous, and the priests mustered in strong
force. The shrines and other ornamental
structures were sbUac with gold leaf, the
bands of mnsio wscro marnerons and tho
cartloads of presents for the priests would
have sufficed to.stock a bazaar with alrncst
evtaTConccjxabhijBticie-jQf food :dcarr
S- fHl Sir 'I Vrt j r?f.
HP IX I?
ONE HUNDBED AND
To the Person
Making the closest estimate of tlie population
of tlie city of Wichita by the census of 1890
we will ffive a First Grand Prize of $75.00.
Estimates must "be made on
goods and lor every $2 purchase a coupon
entitle yon to a guess. All coupons
tomorrow in connection with. our Juno
mg apparel, ucsfde3 crockery, kerosene oil,
fans and furniture. The princess, as chief
mourner, walked in front of the coffin,
preceded by her retinue of fifty white robed
women walking in pairs. Before them
girls strewed the Bath with roses.
The princess, ike her attendants, was
dressed in pura white and wore no jewels
whatever. She and her maids of honor
bore in their hands the white rope attached
to the coffin. The latter was slung from a
pole and carried by bearers. Over it was
thrown a splendidly decorated pall, piled
high with bright fiowerri. The scene of the
cremation was on the slope of the Shoay
Dagon Pagoda, near Bahan, where an in
clcsure had been erected round the funeral
pile, upon which the gilt coffin was laid to
tho sound of weird music. Bv desire of the
princess the coffin was opened to enable
her to take a last look at her mother. The
pile was set fire to, and after the body had
been entirely consumed the ashes were
taken away to be cast on the broad bosom
ol the Irrawaddy.
Massachusetts Feminine Culture.
An instance of the culture of New Eng
land girls occurred at Worcester, when tho
new Worcester theatre, which has been
decorated by the well known colorist,
Prentice Tread well, was tin-own open to
the public Mr. Treadwell has practically
revolutionized the interior decoration of
theatres in this country, and his work in
tho Worcester theatre attractod the atten
tion of a number of society women during
tho two or three privato views given of the
interior before the official opening night.
The boxes were occupied by state digni
taries and a number of New England so
ciety women. The latter had studied tho
contrast of colors and had special gowns
made for the occasion. Tho background
of the boxes is in yellow. In one of the
boxes were two young women wearing
blue gowns; in another tlie shade was a
peculiar gray, which was brought out by
t.ho yellow backound, and in a third the
gowns of tho ladies were pure white. A
careful attention to contrast of color was
visible in the attire of the women in all six
of the boxes. Such a thing could not very
well occur anywhere except in tho vicinity
of Boston. NeV York Sun.
To Klrach Oltie.
The addition to ordinary gluo of oxalic
acid and white oxide, gives a whiter and
clearer product than any of tho measures
now in ufc. The glue should first be re
duced with water and heat to a thick pulp,
and the chemicals added while tho mass is
hot. Now York Commercial Advertiser.
Worthy of Imitation.
Wifey I do wish, John, that you would
follow the oxamplo set by tho city you
PJubby In what respect, dear?
Wifey Stop smoking. Pittsburg Eul-
Wintlcid Chantanqua Assembly.
The fourth aunual session will open at
Maud park, June 21, and continue eleven
dajs. The class work and platform will
lie under the supervision of Rev. B. T.
Vincent. D. D.. of Buifalo, X. Y. Tlie
music will be directed by Prof. George F.
Brierly. Erie, Pa. Clashes in elocution
and oratory under Prof. "tV. W. Carnes, of
Chicago, 111. School of Kindergarten in
charge of ISIiss Kuhlnian, state normal
school. And stenography under Prof.
Van Wye, Southwest Kansas college. Sun
day school normal, instruction by Dr. Vin
cent and Prof. Gridley.
Among the prominent lecturer? are Rev.
George W. Miller. D. D., of Kausas City.
A. Miner Griswold. Texas Sifting-,; Gen
eral Russell A. Alger, commander-in-chief
G. A. R.; Rev. Robert Mclntyre, of Chi
cago: Rev. Dr. Tahnage. Brooklvn: Rev.
David Winters, D. D . Wichita: "Rev. R.
T. Sa in, D. D.. Wichita; Rev. P. S. Hen-
i "son, l). V., Chicago: lJrof. T. II. JJinsmore,
I'll. V., Emporia; ilon. A. V. Smith, Mc
Pherson; Hon. Ralph Beaumont and Hon.
L. L. Polk, president National Farmers'
Alliance. Washington, D. C.
All railroads -ill sell tickets at one fare
for round trip, good to return July 5.
Special trains can be secured for excursion
parties. Elegant camping, good water,
luxurious shade, spleuuid "boating, tents,
lodging, board, provisions all on the
grounds. Street cars from all depots to
i: or program, giving particulars, address
A. 11. LDiERlcK. Secretary,
loo tf Winlield, Kansas.
Advice to Mother.
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, alleys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is tho best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twentv-fivecents a
bottle. dtk tf w46 tf
The grub that makes the
WaUies from Imperial llour.
Taking effect Hay 19, 1SK), via Santa Fe
route, $4.00 to Pueb'lo, Canon City, Colo
rado Springs, Denver and intermediate
points, lirst class, limited. 157tf
Xexr Pullman Car on the Santa Ff Tloate Be
letMi Wichita 2nd St. Joseph.
The Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe rail
roaa are now running in their night train
leaving Wichita at SuiO p. in. a new combi
nation Pullman sleeping and chair car
Wichita to St, Josehp, through Topek
and Atchison. This car arrives af Topeka
at 4:35 a. m. Atchison at 6. 40 a. m. ana St.
Joseph 7 o'clock a. m. The Santa Fe is
the only line having thi arrangement
from Wichita. W. D. MrRDOCK,
33 tf, Passenger and Ticket A gent
Look t ThK.
The Missouri Pacific will sell tiekets to
Pueblo, Colorado S-pnngs and Denver$4.00.
Kansas City, St. Joseph and Omaha 4.J.
St. Loui- only S5.W. AH other points cor
respondingly low. Call and get lowest
rates. 137 north Main street Miis&ouri Pa
citic ticket office. Shortest line to St.
Louis bv 4S miJs. Two boars the quick
est al tf '
HREE GKRAJNTD CASH PRIZE
Offers tlie above in
coupon "by us.
No other estimates except on coupons furnished by lis will be
ion will be given, in other words if $4
Ubfc be sent to our store where they
ale. The chance of a lifetime to buy
1 GREAT OPPORNITY!
SOW OFFERED THE PEOPLE OF
We have made arrangements
wnicB. necessitate our removal
from this city.
ITierefore, our entire stock,
$40,000 worth of the choicest
Dry Goods will be closed out at
No delay can be tolerated.
They are being sold at cost and
less to close out immediately.
Fixtures for sale cheap.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Immigration Committee is bard
nt work and enquiries for Kansas
Lands aro coming in from all sides.
Send full description of your farm
with price to
200 E. DouglasAve.. Wichita, San.
Showing the County lines. Thf same publication
Rives a complete map of tho Indian Territory, and
other information, ize 'Stx'St l'ot free. &J cents.
Address TiieXuhuax "advance,"
Stanley's Great Book,
Apply at once for Territory.
L. S. CARTER, 407 East Douglas Ave.
Room 17. dJ4-tf
Cheaper Than "Walking.
Commencing todav, Mav 16, rates to St.
Louis will be $7.10, Chicago ifUO first class
via the Missouri Pacific Railway, the
Shortest line to St. Louis by forty-eight
miles, the quickest by over "two hours.
Also very low rates to Pueblo and Denver
and other western points. Call at 137
North Alain street, Missouri Pacific ticket
oilice, where you can get the cheapest
iicKets in town ana it win taite you via the
shortest and most direct route. " Day train
for St. Louis leaves at 12:20 p. m.. jirrives
at St. Louis next morning at 6:40. Mis
souri Pacific railway solid trains between
Wichita and Kansas City. 155-tf
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills. ?1.5
per load delivered. Telephone 169. CO tf
Wright A 31iller
Rent bouses, collect rents, care for prop
erty and give faithful and prompt atten
tieu to all business committed to them.
The twelfth annual session of Ottawa
Chautauqua Assembly will be held at For
est Park, Ottawa, Kansas, June 17 to 27,
inclusive. The Santa Fe Route makes an
open rate from this town on that occasion
of one fare for round trip. Tickets on sale
June 16 to 27. good to return June 2S.
Grand Army Day, June 27, is the great day
of the Assembly. Ex-President Hayes,
Gen. Alger, Hon Wra. Warner, Gov. Hum
phrey. Hon. Ira F. Collins and Hon. Gw.
T. Anthony, have promised to deliver ad-dre-e&.
Lectures will be given on other
days by Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus. D. D. and
Rev. Geo. C. Lorimer, ot Chicago. Col.
Geo. W. Bain, of Kentucky, ProL W. D.
McCkntock and Dr. Price
Inquire of local agent Santa Fe Route
for further particnlars regarding train ser
vice, etc Yours trulr,
!4-34t Geo. T. 5.rcHOLyy,
G. P. & T. A.
This office is prepared to furnish all the
b'aaks which are ned in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
ite Coop s blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have h-en approved by
the land cosuaigtoner at Washington.
Imperial floer has maay imitator but
no rivals. , 156 tf
'SrSs w 2fsS'
Smlfhson & Co.
Grand Prizes to Customers. Prizes and Rules as Follows:
I"11"" ""' "' "Ml H I I I 1
To the Person
Making the next closest estimate of the popu
lation of the city of Wichita by the census of
1890 we will give a Second Grand Prize of $50
l.JA.-UJWfWVHZytJUi!ilMUII W.-H ., 11 J,.
Prizes will be Paid in Cash !
is purchased tAvo coupons will be given, if $6 is purchVecl tfcie con
will be filed as soon as received. Closing date of-uessS-ifl bo Ko..V.ii
dry goods cheap and get one of the above prizes. uesbm v m b0 ann"uced
C. 0. PAGE & CO,
Hardware, Stoves, Windoiv Glass
Leather and Rubber Belting.
51S E. Douglas Ave., "Wichita, Kan.
CASEBEER JtDEAN, Prop's.
(TICniTA, .... KANSAS.
JL'.GO per day. First-class In all respects.
I have moved my office into the Sralth-Sklnner
building. No. 135 X Market Mreet, ground floor. In
writing Insurance it i ray aim to 'write it correctly
and by eo doing n oid any misunderstanding be
tween the companies and the assured.
It is too late to correct mistakes in the writing of
an insurance policy after the fire has occurred and
it Is of the utmost importance to everyone holding
an insurance policy to know that it is correctly
written. The companies that I represent have paid
to the people of A lchit.v manj thousands of dollars
and their policy has always been fairness in adjust
ment of losses.
IF. i. W. MILLER,
135 If Market St.
On and after June 9th the Santa Fe
route will resume tariff rates in effect
March 1st, 1S90. G. F. Nicholson.
G. P. &. T. A.
Wichita, May 29, 1890. dl2 tf
t5r .13? irusayw.33!
S?t 31!. .4JJU3.a- .r'ia5sal
Transient ratc3 fl 50 per day
Day board JJpcrwepic
Koom and board JO to $7 per weete
dl02 FltAXK WILLIAMS Proprietor.
TO $3 PER DAY.
TILE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY
Xowready to 'apply all vrMiinc tlilr Pure Dlnlll
en W ater ice. at usual prices. Oflir! ami Fartory
Cor. naj:e and I'earl streL. Wk Mde. OrcW
Boots at W. W. I'earce 405 Kan Doac'-as Ave. aod
Occidental Hotel ( or ecoad and Main.
STIOLESAII. AXD nETAlI,
Corner Fim Street aod Lawreac Arentie.
Chi'-aco Yard. ,"5th and Iron streets. Chicago. W
A. S-niith. Salesman. Geo. L. Pratt aad Gny d
Croe. Keldent Partner. 119
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
rlais. Picture, MeaMlscs aad rranses.
Wholesale Aad wtal
XL Catalorne Tree.
MAIL ORDERS PHOMPTL,T ATTE)ED.
F. P. MAETIN, 114 Market St.
i Varii. Ml Wt Iwajlaa.
Branch o2m 13T &rti Mala. Tlepose W2. CVSii
I A g
I A Ckab4rau.i.
J A Ststa; itooM Otrl
To&b lUai XMhle.
To RcaL m. Hkm.
IS Dnrrtv Vmr-.-.
j A SituOsm aad
s,rf d Aairj 0-, wa, ooi
m0MI$$ EM rPj!
filed. ronnnn? win . r,.., .-,!..,
TILE WICIIITA OVERALL AISD SLHRT MAOTEACTUEING CO.
MAXUrWCTUKERS ANT) JOHBERS OK
Overalls, Jeans, Cassimere and Cottonade Pants; Inclc Lined Coats and Tests;
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Ovorshirts; Cauton Flannel
Undershirts, Drawers, Etc;
Factory and Salesroom 139 X. Topeka, Wicliita.Cofre?pondeuce Solicited
WICniTA AVIIOLESALT3 GROCERY CO.,
OFFICE AND WAREHOTSE 213 TO 22.1 SOUTH MARKET STRKKT.
Keep everything in the grocery line, show rases. Scales and grocers fixture?.
Hole agents for the stale for "Grand Republic" cigars, also sole proprietors of
ilie "Royalty" and '"La J uuocencia" brands. us
ERAXCTS "WHLTTAKEE & SOXS,
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS.
PRICES THAT WILL
-SELL THE GOODS.
A Gennineand wonderful redaction Hale that we Saanmraie MalaT aal
dnrinp the week that id worth the attention of verr buy ur at eUHkta sc, Gnt3
FurniBhinjr Good and Hats.
READ - OTJR -
IP YOU TTAJS'T TO
Do not fail to oe the jrreiti bargain
window's thte wtk.
Bvf rythinr sold as advertised,
civen free with every hoys? suit.
150 G. A. It. nlta, indigo bine sacke
and Frocks with extra mt of bntwas
warrant! fat colors and worth $10,
our price thia week f T.OO.
230 Men's SultM in all colors. Frocks
frock and sacka worth from $X'2.&q
to Sr, oar price thi week $Q.SO.
120 Meu'H Juit in all colon, worth
S7.5o, .s. $t aad $10; our price 5.oo. ,
Oar JJoys and Children's 7Jpart-i
meat l tn tet and the larret in the
city at price that will knock, all com
OnetPrice Clothiers, Douglas
COSTE HUNDRED AND
ill T r?
JL . 1 JL
I To the Person j
I Making the next or third closest estimate of J
I the population of the city of Wichita by the. 1
I census of 1S90 we will Vive a Third Grand I
I of $35.00. " j
- , ..
$J wortn or
V vi n ncl1 conn Vl1
later. Enumerating the census begin
ow that the traveling season la
licro those in need of a good truuk or
inltbo should not fail to go to tho fac
tory. We are headquarters. Buy
Irom first hands and get faotory
liricea. We have marked them down
lower than they can be shipped in
for, siud aro making m:uiv new styles
in ladies' and gents' dreas trunks. M o
albo carry a lino line of Hatchels.
pocket ami bill books, tsample antl
meuical cases, also liiueh baskets and
boon. Our .stock is complete. If your
trunk or calico is out of order hao
it repaired at the W icliita Trunk
Pactory, No. 125 West Douglas Aa e.
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS,
OUTi SPECIALTY 18
First-Class Goods !
Siar "W" Sugar Cured Meats.
Pare CndullcraW Lari
RfiferaW Drsad Beet
If yonr grocer does not supply
you witli our goods send ?fi
your address and vo will soul
vou the name of one that wilL
we are offcrtaz In ar throe t&ttnr
fun (or tn bni. A nave Wit eatat
100 tlo7,a saspeadsrs. cheap at 27c,
for i cent.
200 do3m white drons fthtrte, Innn
driod, worth 7&c; ear prte Ad eM4tt.
ISO doKR Cndttrwwar, worth SSc,
two for 25 emu.
100 down elecant Derby hata, bean
tir&l lik lined, worth d f4, oar
PANTS DKITiTMJENTWe har
th"m for roan; or old. rich r poor, at
pmcem from 75 cent up to $7f.
Lawrence. I. GROSS & CO.
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