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ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled 'to Demand 25 Eaeii.
IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT.
CRAWFORD GUAXD o
o il. L. CiiAVf fohd, Manaer
FRIDAZ EVENING, JUNE 20.
Mind : Science : and : Spiritualism.
An cntcrtalnmant Interesting and rellrfons, hu
morous. Instructive and mystefylm;. After the loo
ture Madam Blanch will give some very lnterestintr
psycoiofflcal readme showing the powor of mind
over matter, Jadam ISi.mc'i will Introduce a nuru
Y"r of .Spirlj pliotoj-aplj,'-. This Is a tfrand opportu
nity for the people of this citv to listen to the (Creat
ed mind reader and spirit ualM, now living. Admis
sion 15, 25, X and 50c Don't fail to hear her.
1RAWFORD GRAND. o
-o h. 2,1. CitAWFORD, Manage
Rev. T. Dewitt Talmadge, D. D..
i Will Lecture on
Friday Evening, June 27,
This will be a rare chanco to hear America's most
celebrated jmlpit orator.
To tho Editor of the Eagle,
Please announce me as a cnndldate for re-election
to the office of Clerk of the District court of Sedg
wick counlywubjectto the n tlon of the Republican
county cou entiun, Respectfully,
,, , , ' C. H. LrjJ.ING.
Wichita, Kan.. Juno it, 3 SO0. dl'J tf w tf
(Furnished by the Beam Abstract Co.")
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in tho office of the
register of deeds yesterday:
Ella Cunningham to P G Jones 1C2,
161. blk 10, Orme & Phillips' add
w d $ 3000
Hester E Daniels to Addie G MunselL
s e H, 22. 27, 4 w, w d 3000
William T Ford to August Fast 22.
24, blk 2$, Al idlurnl add, w d 1
George E Spaltou to Sohn Wrigley
11, 29, 31, Washington ave, Viola
add, wd 117
Burns Cone.sheriir, to Frisco Heights
Improvement company, 4, blk 3,
Frisco Heights add, shf d 500
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the secretary of the board of edu
cation until 10 a. m. "June 30, 1S90. for the
erection of an addition to the Wichita
High school building, according to plans
and specifications on file in tho office of C.
W. Terrv. architect, room 10. liittincr block.
Wichita, Kan. A certified check for 200
must accompany each bid. The board re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
Ch. Com. Buildings and Grounds.
WICHITA, Kan., June ID, 1690. 2S Ct
Ust Vonr Propp rtv
For rent with Wright & Miller,
Tho grub that makes tho butter fly
Waflles from Imperial llour. ' 156 tf
Change in time by the 'Frisco line, Sun
day, June S, 1S90. saving many hours of
tra el to St. Louis and points east and to
points in Colorado, New Mexico, Califor
nia and the far west. Apply to the under
feigned for further particulars.
27-tf W. D. AlURDOCK, Agent.
If you wish to combine pleasure with
profit and get a taste of outdoor life, buy
a round trip ticket via Santa Fe route to
Wmficld at one fare, Juno 23 to July 4,
mid attend the Chautauq.ua assembly at
Island Park, near that city. Tho lecture
corp includes Gen. Alger, Kev. T. DeWitt
Talmage, A. II Griswold. of "Texas
biftings" fame, Rev. Robt. Mclutyre and
other celebrities. 27-17t
Denver and Return Cheap.
On June 22 and 23 the Missouri Pacific
railwaj' will sell round trip tickets to Den
ver and return at one fare for the round
trip good for thirty days. Bear in mind
that the train via the shortest and quick
est route to Denver leaves tho depot at tho
corner of Second and Wichita streets at
5.20 p. m. daily, arriving at Denver at 12:30
p. m. next dav. Elegant chair curs through
to Denver. Berths in Pullman sleeper
can be reserved by willing at city office,
ICo. 137 X. ATain street.
E E. Bleckley,
27-tf Passenger and Ticket -gt.
GRAND COST SALE!
Still the crowds come, values
tliey arc after besides our
great hat. sale at 5. 9, 10
and 12c, worth G to
12 times the
TVe place a grand assortment of
lace caps, the novelties of
the season way be
Another sale of remnants on
third counter to the right;
still another, embrotd-
ery remnants to the
left. See them.
GLOBE, 418 Dondas Ave
uv J1 $y MAW
"TOLD OF TEE MARINES.
AN IMPORTANT THOUGH MUCH
ABUSED FACTOR !N A NAVY.
The Tar's Prejudice Against the Nary'ii
Folloemaa The Admirals and Captains,
However, Praise thej Marines Call to
There is, perhaps, no body of men in
the service of the United States govern
ment who have come in for a greater
share of contumely and received Jess
praise for actual service rendered than
have the marines of tho United States
navy. From time immemorial it has
been Jack's saying in response to all
doubtful stories, "Tell that to the ma
rines," for the tars as a set are the most
incredulous fellows, and the liearty con
tempt in which they hold the marines
is sufficient to incite tho firing of a volley
of epithets at the latter on tho slightest
It is amusing, too, to see with what
avidity the young apprentices seize hold
of the prejudices of the able seamen, and
a person only need go aboard one of the
cruising training ships to hear the young
sters bawl out with all the zest of an old
shell back, "Oh! you Hottentot marine!"
The duty of a marine aboard ship is
essentially that of a policeman, and by
reason of this very duty no fraternizing
can be safely permitted between "the
guard" and the men forward. As to the
tar, any one acquainted with his devil-me-care
spirit and wild, fun loving nat
ure must know how he looks upon any
one put over him as a check. The tar
looks up to and respects his officers, for
he fears them; but the marine ho hates,
for it is tho marine who gets him in
trouble. But if marines were not a feat
ure of a man-of-war it is doubtful wheth
er the discipline required of a crew of
500 men would be of that efficient nature
now in force. Our navy is peculiarly
distinctive in its method of mobilization
when compared with similar institutions
abroad. In the first place, our service
offers better pay, better duty and greater
emoluments than does any other service
in tho world.
All United States war vessels carry a
marine guard, ranging in size, however,
from a captain's command of fifty to
sixty men on a flagship to a corporal's
squad on a monitor. When a ship is
about to go in commission her marine
guard, which has been previously de
tailed, is marched aboard and stands in
readiness to salute tho ensign as it floats
out from the peak. From this moment
until the expiration of tho three years'
cruise the guard watches that "element
forward" with a constancy that allows
of no relaxation. When the -three years'
cruise is at an end, when the seamen who
have been shipmates through every trial
and hardship are about to march ashore
and sever their associations, that Btern
and implacable marine guard may bo
seen in lino on deck and under arms
tho last to leave tho vessel and as the
flag is hauled down they give the last
salute to tho colors they have defended.
SnOOTEN'G FROM THE PJGGINQ.
Tho marines havo warm admirers in
those persons who are acquainted with
their sterling worth and necessity. Says
Admiral Wilkes: "The marines consti
tute tho great I had almost said the
only difference between a man-of-war
and a privateer." "They are," adds an
other writer, "the bulwark between the
cabin and the forecastle," while Rear
Admiral Stewart remarked, "the sup
port afforded by a steady column of
bayonets has rendered mutinies scarce."
The marine is peculiarly a soldier. He
is dressed, equipped and handled as a
6oldier, and his whole life is tho very op
posite to that of a sailor.
In timo of action aboard ship tho ma
rines are either stationed at one of tho
heavy pivot guns, or else disposed about
decks and in the tops to act as sharp
shooters. It was a marine -who from the
top of tho Frencliman alongside the Vic
tory at Trafalgar, shot down tho brave
Kelson as ho stood on the deck of tho
latter ship. The guard messes, eats and
sleeps in a body, always apart and dis
tinct from tho crow.
Let the reader imagine himself at mid
night on the gun deck of a large vessel
of war lying quietly at anchor. A dim
light is burning forward, throwing a
heavy glare among tho crowded ham
mocks where GOO men are sleeping. Not
a sound is to be heard save the steady
tread of tho marine sentry overhead,
while tho swish of tho black water
against tho sides breaks the ominous
silence. As the bell strikes "eight," tho
hour of midnight, a solitary figure in
full uniform, with sword and pistols,
steps noiselessly from tho cabin door.
Ho stops and listens for a moment, as tho
turning of somo restless sleeper in his
hammock attracts his attention. Ho is
tho commanding officer. Walking for
ward, ho bends over the hammock of a
drummer boy and wliispers a word in
his ear; the only reply is a bound to tho
deck, and the next instant the long roll
is sounding through the ship.
As if by magic 500 men leap from their
hammocks, hastily pass three lashings,
and throwing them against tho sides of
tho ship, rush half naked to tho guns.
In three minutes after tho first sounding
of that call to "general quarters," the
guns are cast loose and the glare of tho
battle lanterns along the deck reveals
the crouching forms of the tars as clus
tered about their pieces they wait the
word to open fire. And again all is
silent along that deck, the same as when
a few minutes previous every man was
wrapt in slumber. Not a word of -warning
had been given, and the sudden
alarm aptly proved the excellence of the
ship's discipline. New York Times.
A Long Felt Want.
The Count Ah, mademoiselle! I have
".onged to rnarry an Ajierican from mv
Miss Scvcs Figures Poor fellovrj You
nave been bankrop J ill your life, have you?
Immigrants Soon "Catcb On."
Whatever may be said of the evils of im
migration, it is a fact that many Immi
grants who come from foreign shores to
this country to live pick up tho ideas, lan
guage and methods of doing business in
the United States with great rapidity. An
example of this is furnished by tho itiner
ant venders of Sowers, bananas, dates,
suspenders and other articles, who are
especially numerous around the City-Hall
park and the entrance to the bridge. They
are forbidden by law to occupy one place
for any length of time, and the approach
of a policeman always means a general
moving among the venders, most of whom
are Italians and Greeks, who have not been
in this country long.
When one of the crowd sees a blue coated
officer hurrying toward him with mischief
in his eye, instead of warning his comrades
in his native tongue to decamp, he caU3
out "cheese 'um." This is as near as ho
can get to the expression "cheese it," which
ho has picked up from the street arabs.
New York Tribune.
The basin of an extinct crater in Nevada
ha3 been turned into a storage resevoir.
It is one and a half miles long by one mile
wide, and is fed by a canal that taps the
Boy (to his friend who has fallen down a
hole) I say, Tommy, if you shouldn't ever
come out of there alive can I have your
bull pup? Birmingham Post.
We are offering for sale a store building
on IMain street at a big bargain. Don't
fail to get it. Blackwelder & Holbrook,
205 Sedgwick block. 27-3
National Educational Association, St. Paul.
Minn., July 4tli tolltli.
For the above named occasion the Mis
souri Pacific railway offers a rate of one
lowest first class tariff fare for the round
trip, plus S2 membership fee. These tick
ets will be on sale on July 1st to 7th, in
clusive, with final return limit of Septem
ber 30th. Persons wishing to visit the
northern lakes during the heated term can
avail themselves of this rare opportunity
of obtaining cheap rates to St. Paul where
arrangements have been made for reduced
rates to other points. Forfurther informa
tion apply at ticket office, No. 137 North
Main, or depot, corner Second and Wichita
stseet. E. E. Blecklky,
27 tf Pass, and Ticket Agt., 137 N. Main.
Special Train Service.
For excursionists to Chautauqua
assembly. Ottawa, Kan., from June 16 to
27, inclusive, a special coach will be at
tached to train leaving Emporia at 6 p. m.
By this arrangement passengers can leave
Wichita at 12:40 p. m. and arrive at Ottawa
at 8 p. m. One fare for round trin($4.Co.)
W. D. Murdock,
27 9t Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Cobs for sale at tho Zephyr mills, $1.25
per load delivered. Telephone 1G9. 60 tf
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
ot one fare for round trip. Tickets on sale
June 1(5 to 27. good to return June 2S.
Grand Army Day, June 27. is the great day
of the Assembly. Ex-President Hayes,
ben. Alger, Hon. Wra. Warner, uov. Hum
phrey, Hon. Ira F. Collins and Hon. Geo.
T. Anthony, have promised to deliver ad
dresses. Lectures will be given on other
days by Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus, D. D. and
Rev. Geo. C. Lorimer, of Chicago, Col.
Geo. W. Bain, of Kentucky, Prof. W. D.
McClintock and Dr. Price.
Inquire of local agent Santa Fe Route
for further particulars regarding train ser
vice, etc. Yours trulv,
14-24C Geo. T. Nicholson,
G. P. & T. A.
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION.
Meeting at St. Paul, Jlinn., July 4 toll, 1890.
The Rock Island, having been designa
ted as one of the official routes for teachers
contemplating a trip to St. Paul to attend
the annual meeting of theNational Educa
tional association, to be held at St. Paul,
Minn., July 4th to 11th, inclusive, 1S90,
will run special vestibuled trains of ele
gant Chair Cars, Pullman sleepers and
Dining Cars from St. Joseph and Kansas
Citv through without change. This, in
addition to the two regular scheduled
trains that run daily to St. Paul from Kan
sas and Missouri river points of first-class
Coaches. Chair Cars, Pullman Sleepers and
Tickets from Kansas will be sold from
July 1 to 7.
The rate will be one lowest lirst-class
fare the round trip (half fare each way)
plus 2 for membership fee, the rctui n
limit extending to September 30, 1SP0, tick
ets being good for return at any time to
that date after July 11. Stop over privil
eges will be allowed returning at any time
or place on the Rock Island and Albert
Further arrangements havo also been
effected for low excursion rates from St.
Paul to all points of interest to tourists
and pleasure seekers, and especially to
Fort Snelling, Minnehaha Falls, Falls of
St. Anthony, Lake Minnetonka, White
Bear Lake, Lake Osakis, Geneva Beach
and Alexander, through the "Park Region
of Minnesota." (About 25 lakes are lo
cated within niuetj miles of St. Paul and
Minneapolis, all pleasant resorts, with
good facilities for boating and fishing).
Also to Duluth and Ashlaud, or for those
who desire it, a complete tour ot Yellow
stone Park, or the Canadian National Park
Returning via the lake The Rock Island
has also arranged that the passengers can
return via the lakes from Duluth to Chi
cago on payment of ?1S (which includes
meals and berths), affording them the op
portunity of seei'nc the great copper re
gion, the ports of Houghton and Hancock;
the city ot Marquette "with its iron ore
docks, tho Pictured Rocks, the straits of
Mackinaw, where the largest ship locks in
the world are now in course of construc
tion; the historical and picturesque Mack
inac islands, the Snow Islands, and thence
via Lake Michigan to Chicago, from which
point tickets will be good via the Rock
Island, passing through the cities of Otta
wa, La Salle, "Moline and Rock Island,
where the government arsenal is located,
thence through Davenport to Missouri
river or ulterior western destination.
Any further information in regard to
rates, time of trains, reservation in sleep
ing cai-s etc., will be cheerfully given no
on application to any of the agents of the
Rock Island or at city ticket office, 100 E.
Douglas avenue, corner Main street, Wich
ita, s. F. Boyd.
A. G. T. & P. A., Topeka, Kan.
26-lSt G. T. & P. A., Chicago, HL
Emigration to the West.
If you have friends in the east who con
template coming west, or if you are going
east, remember you can save time and
money, likewise vour friends, by buying
tickets over the Missouri Pacific" railway,
the hortet line between Sc Louis aria
Wichita by 4S miles and over. Two hours
the quickest time, Thi is the only line
giving you choice of two routes either via
Kansas City or Fort Scott. Elegant free
reclining cliair cars between Wichita and
M. Louis, also between Kansas City and
Wichita, without change of cats. Pull
man sleepers on all trains. Be sure that
your tickets read via the Missouri Pacific
railway and thus save annoyance of
changing cars and unnecessary delays.
Remember also that no charges arc made
by porters for riding in chair cars. The?e
porters are paid by the company and are
not allowed to charge any one, be thev
local or through passenger. They are
hired to attend to tne wants of the travel
Lity ticket onice, 137 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. E. E. BLECKLZY,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
H. C. TOWNSEND,
Gene-rel Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. KKtf
Adrlec to Mothers.
Mrs. Winiow's Soothinc Syrup shousd
always be used for childrrn nothing. It
soothes the child, softens the gums. aUsys
ali pain, cures wind colic and is the best
remedy for diarrheci. Twentv-fl recants a
The Famous is
offering for one
week an elegant
line of WHITE
open front or
open back, for S9
cents. They are
422 E Douglas.
A Dining Room Girl.
To Sell a Residence
ToRur Real EstaU
To Rent a noose.
To Borrow Jloaejr.
A Situation and
I Many other Things.
Ead and Advertise in Our "Want Column.
CASEBEEU t DEAN, Prop's.
WICHITA, - - - - KANSAS,
Elevator, Steam Heat. Bath Room. Electric Bells,
Good Sample Rooms Lishti-d by Electricity. Ele
gant rooms with bath $2."0 per day. Terms $2 and
$2.D0 per day. First-class in all respects.
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.
WnOLESAIL AXD RETAIL
Corner First Street and Lavrrence Avenue.
Chicago Yards. 3ith and Iron streets, Chicago. W
A. Smith. Salesman. Geo. L. Pratt and Geo. D.
Cross. Resident Partners. 119
I have moved my offlce Into the Smith-Skinner
building. No. 133 N Market Street, giound floor. In
writing Insurance It 1- my aim to rite It correctly
and by so doin? ao!d any misunderstanding be
tween tho companies and the ai-ured.
It is too late to correct mistakes in tho vtTitincrof
an insurance policy after tho lire has occurred and
it is of tho utmost importance to everyone holding
an insurance policy to know that it incorrectly
written. The companies that I represent have paid
to the people of WichitA many thousands ot dollars
and their policy had al waj been fairness in adjust
ment of losses.
W. Z. W. IdlLLER,
135 if Market St.
All Aboard for St. Paul.
National Educational association meets
this year at St. Paul, Minn., July 4 to 11,
the cool belt; just the place for a summer
You can buy a round trip ticket via
Santa Fe route to St. Paul, July 1, to 7, at
one lowest first-class fare, plus 2 member
ship fee, with final limit September 30.
Rate is low, limit long, occasion interest
ing. The Santa Fe gives choice of routes east
of Kansas City, and will arrange to run
through sleepers or chair cars via "official"
(Burlington) route, selected by Kansas
committee of transportation, or by any
other regular line between Kansas City
and St. Paul designated by parties order
ing such cars.
lor information about special parties of
teachers, and details of rates, train service,
etc., call on W. D. Murdoch, agent Santa
Fe route, or address G. T. Nicholson, gen
eral passenger and tickel agent, Topeka,
Kan. 23 tf
On an.d after June 9th the Santa Fe
route will resume tariff rates in effect
March 1st, 1S90. G. F. Nicholson,
G P & T
Wichita, MaygQ, 1S90. "dltf
Once upon a time the Qneen of all the
"Flours, whose name was Imperial, gave
a luncheon to her subjects. When all
Avere seated at the banquet table some of
the "low grades" became envious of the
queen's charms and popularity and cried
out "We are as good as Imperial." The
royal court messenger, Prince Tally-Ho,
arrived at that moment in his coach and
proclaimed the verdict of the people: "Im
perial is supreme. Long live Imperial."
Then the low bread rebels made rye faces
and said "Our cake is dough; we knead no
more. Long live Imperial." 15 tf
Denver Col., and Return S17.50.
On June 14, 15, 22 and 23 the Great Rock
Island route will sell tickets to Denver,
Col., at one lowest first class fare for the
round trip. Tickets will be good for re
turn for thirty days from date of sale
Train leaves Wichita at 9 a. m. equipped
with free vestibule reclining chair cars,
Pullman sleepers and dining cars. For
further information call at city ticket
office, 100 East Douglas avenue, corner
Main street. C. A. Rutherford,
19-i4d Ticket Agent.
'Tlie Jone star" limited.
Are you going to Kansas City or east
thereof? If so, why not take the 12:40 p. m.
train via the Santa Fe route, arriving in
Kansas City the same evening and Chica
go the next morning, making east-bound
Excursion to Denver via Santa Fc Route.
Account of the National Association of
Plumbers, Denver, Col. The dates of sale
are June 14 and 15, at one lowest limited
fare in effect for round trip, thirty days'
Also June 22 and 23 same rate, limited
thirty days. For tickets and other infor
mation apply 122 North Main street and
new passenger station, Douglas avenue,
and Oak street depot. lfctf
Are vou going west Are you going
east? If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
If you want a refrigerator seethe Alaska,
best in the market; bottom prices. Bis
santz & Matthews. 123 East Douglas. 21 6t
Win field Chautauqua Assembly.
The fourth annual session will open at
Inland park, June 24, and continue eleven
days. The class work and platform will
be "under the supervision of Rev. B. T.
Vincent, D. D., of Buffalo, N. Y. The
music will be directed by Prof. George F.
Brierly, Ene. Pa. Classes in elocution
and oratory under Prof. VT. W. Carnes, of
Chicago, HI. School of Kindergarten in
charge of Miss Kuhlman, 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 lecturers are Rev.
George W. Miller. D. D., of Kansas City;
A. M;ner Griswold. Texas Siftmgs; Gen
eral Russell A. Alcer, commander-in-chief
G. A. R.; Rev. Robert Mclntyre, of Chi
cago: Rev. Dr. Talmage. Brooklvn; Rev.
David Winters, D. D.. Wichita: Rev. R,
T. Savin. D. D., Wichita: Rev. P. S. Hen
son. D. D., Chicago, Prof. T. H. Dinsmore,
Ph. D., Emporia: Hon. A. W. Smith, Mc
Pherson: Hon. Ralph Bexnmont and Hon.
L. L. Polk, president Nauonal Farmers'
Alliance, Washington. D C.
All railroads will sell tickets at one fare
for round trip, good to return July 5.
Special trains can be secured for excarsion
parties. Elegant camping, good water,
luxurious shade, splendid ooating, teats,
lodging, board, provisions all on the
erotmos. Street cars from all depots to
For program, giving particulars, address
A. H. LBtEEKK, Secrotarv,
155 tf WiniieitL Kansas,
l.lt Year Barcln'
For sale with Wright & MHier.
Wat to rent
S Wrfeht &
Imperial floor baa xs&cy imitators bo;
no rivali. 156 tl
First Prize, $75. Second Price, $50.
Attend onr June Sacrifice Sale and get a chance
Every Two Dollar Purchase entities you to a
Coupon to guess upon.
NEW LITHOGRAPHED MAP
Showing the County lines. The same publication
ETlves a complete map of the Indian Territory, and
other Information. Size 2us22. Post free, W cents.
Address The .Nokmax "advance."
I Yard. 541 West DouIml
Branch office 137 North Slain. Telephone 133. dl33tt
THE CKYSTAL ICE COMPANY
Now ready to supply all wishing their Pure Distill
ed Water ice. at usual prices. Office and Factory
Cor. Osace and Pearl streets. West Side. Order
Books at W. W. Pearco 405 East Douglas Ave, and
Occidental Hotel Cor. Second asd JIaln.
Felephoue No. 2ii J. a. SOHN
dlU tf Secretary.
Smithson & - Co.
132 N. Market St.
Loans, Eeal Estate & Insurance.
Day board a per week
Koom and board 5 to $7 per weelc
dl02 FKANK WILLIAMS Proprietor.
$2 TO $3 PER DAY.
STANLEY'S GREAT BOOK!
Mrs. L S. Carter
General Acent For
Eeliable Agent3 Wanted in every Township
C- 0. PAGE &. CO.,
Carry the lrsettod ot
Robber and Oak Tanned leather Belting
Carrrypoadeac toBcfted- Hi EaJi DoQsfej&Te
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
ArUsfs 3JriiK Pictures Moaidkun ra4 Frause.
WbokssUe sad Tvt3.iL CUMr&iti.
HAIL ORDEES PBOMPTXX ATTCTJED.
F. P. MARTDT, 114 Market St.
- TKLBPaoyE as.
Old paj-ws iar sale al litis offico 25 cents
per honored. 23K
Terra uotts the qnlokcat to &. Lords
iliiiouri Pacific ralhvsy. 12 XI
THOUSANDS 0E GUESSES ROLLING IN!
FRANCIS WHITTAKER & SONS,
PORK : AND : BEEF
FRANCIS' WHITTAKER & SONS.
Wichita Trunk Faetory
H. HOSSPELD, Proprietor.
AVICHITA WHOLESALE GKOCEKT CO,
OFPICE ASD WAREHOUSE 213 TO 223 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Keep everything in the jrrocerv line, show cases. Scales and grocers fixtures.
Sole ajrents for the state for "Grand Republic" cigars, also solo proprietors of
the "Royalty" and "La luuocencia" brands. d3
THE TVICniTA OVERALL ASD SIIIRT MAOTFACTUB1XG CO.
MANtTACTCKERS AND JOBBERS OF
Overalls, Jeans, Casslmere and Cottonade Pants; Duck Lined Coats and Yesta;
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Overshirls; Canton Flannel
Undershirts, Drawers, Etc.
Factory and Salesroom 139 X. Topeka, Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
As it is usually custoraarr to h.we cleatinz sales after the Sth of July -when
the public is throush buying and hjiv no usj for jtoods at any
price, we have ooncluded while onr tok ia com
plete yet to Slaughter them at
ONE-HALF THEIR REAL VALUE.
SOI OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE RARE BARGAINS
Suits for men and youths out of onr great April purchase in Mjrhi wsis:ht
cassimere, cheriota, worsted. flannel and erjf, Just right far
the hot trave, in all the nobby styles of nark and cutaways
and frocks at about on half the pric they were made
uptoseJl for $27, $30 and $85 smits fell tailor
made, olenatly trimmed. C5 tyle, $1.5.
obby suitH SIS. $2 and $25 tfaita
in Sue cheviots, sac it a&d est-
aways, at only M.0.
$2, 2.50 and &l pants at $1.50: $5. e.OO aad 7 pni at .J3.50; $i, $4.50
and $5 panto at S2.90; $7, $S and $10 pants at $5.
Furnishing Gtoods and Straw Hats at One-Half their Real Value-
SEE DISPLAY IN
One-Price Clothiers, Douglas &
ThM Prize, $25.
at one of the above
WICHITA AND ST. LOUIS.
OUR SPECIALTY 18
Star "W" Sugar Cared Heats.
Pure Unadulterated Lard.
If your grocer does not supply
you with onr goods send us
your address and we will send
you the name of one that will.
IS'ow that tho traveling Benson la
here those in need of a Rood trunk op
valise should not fall to o to tho fac
tory. "We aro headquarters. JJny
from first hands and pot factory
prices. Wo havo marked them down
lower than they can be shipped in
for, and arc making many now Htylos
In ladies' and KentH dress trunks. Wo
also carry a lino lino of gntchcta.
pocket and bill hooks, snmplo ami
medical cases, also lunch baskets and
soon. Our stock is comploto. If your
trunk or valico is out of order havo
it repaired at the Arichila 1'runlc
Factory, 'o. 125 West Douglas Ato.
Uwrerafc I. GROSS & CO.