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Jpte WLitkitx Jpailij ftaxjte: testing fEomimk gtambac .23, 1S90.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U, S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
-L. 31. C'HAwroHD. JIanaser
prstrrct Cars at the door after each performance
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23.
First appearance In Wichita of the
BIJOU : COMEDY : CO.,
Comprising tho folloivinjr vellknorc-n peoole:
MISS LIBBIE AJtXOLD,
Mr. and Mrs. Eran-. Mr. C lare Evans Miss lone D'
St. Cyr Eati9, Mr. Harry Mnclalr. La I'otltc Hljou,
Mr. Harry De Witt, who will appear in tho follow
ing veil selected program:
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The following: transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds:
Rufus Cone shf to RT Bean west 50
feet 21 23 25 27 29 Wichita street
"West "Wichita shf d $
0 H Bentley to "William A Smith 1
and 2 Twenty-first street Beutley's
fcecoud addition wd
J K Gardner to Elmer A Robiuson
11 12 blk 21 Cheney wd
R T Bean to Cornelius Skinner 62
Fourth avenue English's add wd..
R T Beau to J T Skinner 21 23 25 27
20 Wichita street West Wichita
D L Hersey to J P Conley 37 and S3
.LniDoria avenue Lmon add w a
A ONE ACT COMEDY.
Vie Whole to Conclude with
DEAF AS A POST.
Prices Zjc, 35c and 50c
CRAWFOItn GRAND o
o L, M. Crawford, Manager
"Street care at tho door after each performance.
DECEMBER 25 ATD 20.
Grand Christmas Matinee.
Equine : and : Canine : Paradox.
RA Wonderfully E
y U Podies and i
Greater and Grander tlian Ever.
Prlces-lj. IS. 35 and .Vic.
faecure your beats atonco os the honse is sure to be
R F Humphrey to Elizzie Humphrey
tract m sw cor Jo 27 least vr a
Hattie A Stoner to Mrs A Leveran 51
Court street city wd
Otto Kopliu to Edia Kbplin half int
20 22 24 and 26 Market street, city
Do you want the latest and bestshotgun
at your own price? If so, look in Page's
west window. 518 East Douglas. d31 H,
We have the fiuest line of imported cut
glass bottles ever shown in the city. Come
and see them. Hettinger Bros.
-o M. Ij. Crawfoud. Manager
J3JStreet cars at the door after each performance.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27TH.
Engagement of tho Emlncns Comedian,
SOL SMITH RUSSELL
In Edw. E. Kidder's Aery successful
A POOR RELATION
Supported liy the same cntlr company thnt ap
peared with Mr. RuRtell during his two months' tuc-cef-fcful
run at DMy's Theatre in New York City.
Scats oil sale at box office.
FRED G. BERGER. Manager.
Stick candy 10c per pound, mixed candy
Lhree pounds for 25c at Fletcher's 246 North
Main street. d27-Ct
Don't Forget It.
Tho great auction sale of city lots takes
place at Aransas Harbor Texa?, January
7 and 8. 28-14t
Holly-green, plants cut flowers and Xmas
trees." Leave orders at 404 N. Water or
203 N. Main st. C. A. ROSE.
d 27 5t
There will be a matinee at the roller
rink Christmas afternoon, with music es
pecially arranged for the young folks,
girls and boys. A game of polo will also
be played. Don't fail to see it. d31 It.
To the JLadlcs.
Hettinger Bros., 216 East Douglas, have
a full lino of Surgeons scissors suitable
for work baskets. d31 It.
Look before you leap.
Flyer to St. Louis.
Take the Frisco
I never sold so many pianos and organs
for Christmas presents. Thos. Shaw. 29-4t
Bids will be received at the officej5f the
county clerk of Sedgwick county, ivansas,
until 12 o'clock, noon, January 14. 1891,
for medical attendance for paupers for the
year 1891. Tho county commissioners re
serve the right to reject any or all bids.
By order of board of county commis
sioners. S. DUNKIX,
31 2t County Clerk.
Bids will bo received at the office of tho
county clerk of Sedgwick county, Kanis,
until 12 o'clock, noon, January 14, 1891,
for furnishing coffins for burial of paupers
for tho year 189L By order of county com
missioners. S. DUNKIN,
31 2t County Clerk.
Pin This In Your Hat.
And you will then know that the largest
auction sale of city lots ever held in the
southwest, and the great opportunity for
investments, takes place at Aransas Har
bor, Tex., Jan. 7 and S. 2S-14t
We have for sale a business block on
Douglas avenue which is paying 17 per
cent on the money required to purchase
same. Black-welder & Holbrook.
Fine violin, box, bow and book for $0.
Fine guitars, $5 to S20. Fine banjos, $3 to
$10. Music rolls, music folios, music cab
inets, no end to the variety at Shaw's
Music store. Don't fail to look before you
If you want a piano or organ cheap now
is your time. Thos. Shaw. 29-4t
Among costly drugs wo might mention
the following and the different sized
bottles and phials in which, they aro sold:
Agaricin, 4 ounces, costs $43.73; colo
cynthin, 5 ounces, $114.73; coniino
hydrochlorate, A ounces, $98.45; cycla
niin, 3 ounces, $54.05; digitoxin, 1
ounces, $S7.40;gentisin, lotraces. $91.13;
helitropin, 6 ounces, $61.25; dydrastine
hydrochlorate, (fy ounces, $194.80; papay
otin, used as a solvent for the diphther
itic membrane, 13 ounce bottles, per bot
tle, $189.50. Besides the above there
are various preparations made from the
Calabar bean the cost of which is amaz
ing. They are chieny used in diseases
of the eye.
One is called physostigmine alkaloid.
and costs $137.50 per ounce phial. Phy
eostigmine crystals are still more expen
sive, being sold in 2$ ounce bottles at a
cost of $503.15. Still another prepara
tion of the Calabar is physostigmine
salicylate crystals, an aristocratic drug
that surely furnishes a fitting cap sheaf
for this pyramid of costly stuffs, which
is furnished to the customer who is able
to buy at the reasonable charge of $1,810,
020 for a 2 ounce phial. St. Louis Re
public. He Was Not Anxious to learn.
Professor Albert Boehm, of this city, is
an enthusiastic naturalist. He has a large
collection of birds and animals, and
makes a practice of exhibiting them at
fairs. The professor was at the Winona
fair, and had his museum in a tent on
the grounds. One day a gentleman
stepped in by the tent and looked at a
couple of coons which were tied to a stake
near the entrance. He did not know
what the animals were and asked the
professor, who told him they were coons,
and said: "If you will give me ten cents
and come inside the tent, when you come
out you will know more about natural
history than any of your normal profes
sors." The offer was a good one. but the
gentleman refused and turned away.
Professor Boehm asked a bystander who
it was, and was told, "Professor . of
the Winona normal chool.
Don't fail to visit the auction sale of city
lots at Aransas Harbor, January 7 and 8.
During Christmas week, every child
making a purchase of 10 cents or upward
will receive free a stick of candy as an
evidence of our appreciation of their cus
tom. C. J. Fletcher,
d27-6t 246 North Main.
Big Sale of City Lots.
The largest auction sale of city lots ever
held in the south will take place at Artn
sas Harbor Jan. 7 and 8. 28-14t
Fletcher has new hickory nuts, almonds,
filberts. Brazils, pecans, walnuts, cocoa
nuts, chestnuts, peanuts- at low prices for
We do not offer-sugar and coffee at cost,
as a bait. Good goods, fair dealings, full
weight and average low prices at Stover &
South's 700 East Oak street.
2S-6 S. STOVER, Manager.
A lot of New Davis, Household, Stand
ard and New Home sewing machines, $25
to $35 to close them out. They are the late
improved. Thos. Shaw. 29-4C
Will Make a Great City.
All the different forces and interests
essential to the building of the largest city
on the Gulf coast, after months of negotia
tions, have combined to make Aransas
Harbor, Texas, the largest city in the
whole southwest. Great auction sale of
lots January 7 and 8. 2S-14C
A good driving
team for sale
Children Cry for Pitchers Castori
New Michigan maple sugar only 15c
pound at C. J. Fletcher's. See it before
buying elsewhere. 27-6t
Indian Territory Maps.
A perfect sectional map of the "Cherokee
Outlet," containing; 6,023,244 acres, soon to
be opened for settlement, showing every
quarter section of land, every stream, cat
tle trail, railroad and station in that noted
country, and the whole Indian territory.
Size 28x36 inches, beautifully colored.
Price J1.25; fully mounted, cloth
back, on rollers, $2.00.
Also a perfect sectional map of the
"Iowas," "Sac and Fox," "Kickapoo" and
"Potowatomie" reservations, containing
2.40S.422 acres, lately treated for, and to be
opened to settlement, also showing the
eastern tier of counties of Oklahoma terri
tory, railroad stations, etc, etc. Size 24x30
inches. Price $1.00; fully mounted, cloth
back, on rollers, $1.75. Both maps to one
address for $2.00; fully mounted for $3.50.
Address F. J. ARNOLD,
d30-12t. P. O. box 803, Wichita, Kan.
Silk plush albums worth $1.73 forOScts.,
at Palmer's, 25S North Main. 30 4t
Go to Weber's for Christmas candies.
Cheapest in the city, 307 E. Douglas.
Useful presents on the 5 and 10 cent
counters at Palmer's, 258 North Main.
You can get the bigcest bargains this
week at Palmer's in air kinds of holiday
goods. Doll carriages and velocipedes, try-
cicles, express wagons, toys, etc., at cost.
A beautiful line of Xmas cards and novel
ties, very cheap this week, at W. C. Palm-
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holders, of the Fourth National bank will
beheld on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1891, at 4
o'clock p. m., in the office of the president
in the bank building, to elect directors and
officers for the ensuing year, and to trans
act such other business as may come be
fore the meeting. E. R, Powell,
A small black Indian pony mare from
residence of J. S. Garrison, West Side, last
night. Return to J. S. Garrison, HON.
Osage, West Side, and receive reward.
er's, 25S North Main street.
$1.50 bisque dolls for 85 cents, Monday
and Tuesday, at Palmer's, 258 North Main.
A big stock of music boxes, cheap. Thos.
The Santa Fe is the short line Pneblo, to
Colorado Springs and Denver. Note the
time: Leave Wichita 4:10 p. ni., arrive
Pueblo 6:35 a. m., arrive Colorado Springs
7:40 a. m., arrive Dener 10:30 a. in. Through
Pullman chair car and dining car service.
This office is prepaied to furnish all th
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
nse Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed tbit have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
The Santa Fe's new vestibuled train,
leaves Wichita 10 a. in., arrives at Chicago
next morning at 8:50. This is the fastest
time made to Chicago. About fifty miles
the shortest line, and 663 miles the best
line to Chicago. dl2-tf
Note Change of Time.
Commencing Sunday, Oct. 5th, the Mis
souri Pacific Fast Mail and Express will
leave Wichita at 2 o'clock p. m., arriving
at at. .Louis next morning at 7 o'clock.
Chicago Express will leave at 8:45 a. m.,
arriving at Chicago (via Kansas City) at 8
o'clock next morning. This makes the
fastest trains for both Sc, Louis and Chi
cago. Pullman sleepers and chair cars
through to St. Louis without change.
No New City
Will be started during the next quarter
of a century offering such grand opportu
nities for investments as Aransas Harbor,
New Dining Car Service.
Hereafter passengers leaving Wichita
on the Missouri Pacilic fast through train
at 120 p. m., forSfc. Louis or points east of
Fort Scott, will enjoy the benefit of hav
ing supper served in a dining car at Fort
Scott at 7:25 p.m. Likewise passengers
leaving St. Louis at 8:20 p. m. will be
served breakfast at 7:26 a. m. in the same
way. Thus is the "Pleasant Hill route"
becoming more popular daily with the
travelling public. E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Freight agent,
Missouri Pacilic Railway.
120 North Main, d(3 tf
Thousands of presents in
to7s, dolls, albums, games,
books, plush toilet sharing
setts, dress goods, silk
plushes, satine ribbons, fans
bags, hosiery, shirts, neck
wear, cloaks, millinery.'
GLOBE, 418 E Doudas Av
Tourist Excursions South.
Tourist excursion tickets are atrain on
sale to points in Georgia, Florida and other
"winter resorts." The conditions and lim
its on these tickets are reasonable. For
lull information call at 120 N. Main st.
E. E. Bleckley.
149tf P. and T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry.
.Advice to .Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow'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 the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-fivecents a
bottle. Used by millions of mothers.
d64 tf w46 tf
It is Fainted Red.
The Kansas City and Wichita special
train via the Santa Fe runs without
change of any class, and has in its equip
ment a new reclining palace chair car
which is free. 13 tf
OUR DISPLAY OF
IS THE BESTED THE CITY.
Guessing at the beans in the jars will
be stopped December 31st, at 7 p. m.; all
guesses must be filed in our office bv
The Boston Store
What line runs three through passenger
trains to St. Louis without change?
What line runs Pullman sleepers and
reclining chair cars morning and night to
The Frisco is the only line.
What line has the fast train to St. Louis?
The Frisco, whose flyer leaves Wichita
at 2:25 p. m. daily, arriving in St. Louis at
7:30 the following morning.
Does this fast train connect with other
trains from St. Louis?
Why, certainly, with all cast bound
trains in St. Louis union depot. d50-tf
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cen
per hundred. 23tf
9:30 P M
9:30 V M
Gold Speetaeles and Eye Glasses.
Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacific "Pleasant. Hill route."
Through sleeping and chair cars without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 5bd tf
Will be given away from now until Xmas with every Suit or Over
coat bought of Tine Famous.
will carry no winter stock over for moths to eat next summer I have made
another extra cut hi my immense stock of
Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Etc.
And will give the benefit to nry friends and patrons at any price, your price is mine.
Everything in the house must go, nothing reserved. I have no Baits,
no Trash, no Truck, Traffic, to offer butmy entire stock
thrown on the mercy of the people.
Suits worth $4.00 and $5.00, -Suits
worth $7.00 and $8.00, -Suits
worth $10 and $12, - -Overcoats
worth $2.50 and 3.50
Overcoats worth $5.00 and 7.50,
Overcoats worth $S.50 and 10,
Famous slaughter price $2.13
Famous slaughter price 2.95
Famous slaughter price 5.65
Famous slaughter price 1.12
Famous slaughter jrice 3.10
Famous slaughter price 5.25
Children fuit. to 12
mm. ideated front and
lutk. worth J a l-amoui
ptl-o ffic A hand-ome.
1 rex-nt Kien with euch
Our stock is yet large, sizes unbroken of Meltons, Kerseys, Chin
chillas and Cheviots: now, come and take them, your price is mine.
Ladies, we. beg to call special attention to tbis great slaughter sale of chil
drens and boys clothing, and prices knocked silly, come before stock is broken.
Finq bonder handkerchiefs two for oc; mens lieavy, seamless, cotton hose oc;
heavy alljsypol socks three pair gor 25c; mens suspenders Sc; mens heavy under
shirts 17c; nliVool 33c; mens working pants 72c: better ones 07c: four ply linen
collars six for 3oc; fine dress shirts, line underwear, mufflers, etc.: oOc on the
dollar is the word, and that's the money that carries them off. 50 dozen men
and boys caps at ISc, regular price 50c Seeing is Believing
S. GOLDSTEIN, JR.
422 E Douglas Avenue.
No Reasonable Offer refused on any Article in the house.
Cheap Lots at .Aransas liar bor.
City lots can be bought in Aransas Har
bor, Tex., today cheaper than the average
price paid in villages located in the inte
rior containing one thousand population,
and yet no city was ever started in the
United States with greater resources of all
the essential requisites to make a great
city than Aransas Harbor. t-14t
Xew morning express, Kansas City to
Chicago. The canta Fe route. 43-tf
Ft. Louis express leaves Wichita at 120
o'clock p. m. Through sleeping and
chair car Wichita to St. Louis, via Mis
souri Pacific railway. 107 t
Christmas and New Year Holiday Ititus.
The Great Kock Island route greets all
its friends with the compliments of the
season and begs to announce that tickets
will be sold from Wichita to all stations
within a distance of -00 miles at one and
one-third lowest first class fare for the
round trip. Dates of sales December 21, 2."i
and 31, 1S90, and January 1, J891. good for
return passage; to January 5. 1S91.
City ticket; office lOOlsast- Douglas ave
nue, corner Main: street. Passenger station,
corner Douglas and Mea J avenues.
Annnar?rcctjnjr cKania Stato Teachers, To
jicka. Kan.. Dccemx;r 29-31.
For the above the Great Rock Islana
route will sell tickets to Topeka and re
turn at one and one-third fare on certifi
cate plan. Trams leave Wichita at 8:55 a.
m. and 9:.x p. m. Remember the Rock
Island route is the only line landing pas
sengers on Kansas avenue in Topeka, con
ienent to all hotels. Free reclining chair
cars on all trains and Pullman sleeper on
City ticket office 100 East Douglas ave
nue, corner Main street. Passencerstation,
corner Douglas and Mead aenues.
Tlie popular Frisco line sends greeting
and begs to announce that holiday ex
cursion tickets will be placed on sale at
Wichita and all other points at very low
rates to stations 200 miles di'taut. D.ites
of ale Dec. 24, 25 and 31, lf0, and Jan 1,
1S91, with a final limit to Jan. 5, 1691, re
turning. Union ticket office, 122 North
Main street- Union Passenger stAtion,
corner Douglas and Fifth avenues. 22-20t
A holiday excursion ticket make an ap
propriate Christmas jiresent. It fits any
size stocking and suits any size nurse
The favorite Santa Fe Route has made
very low rates from this place to points pn I
the A. T. & S. F. R. K. unm a distance
of 200 miles for holiday busings
Tickets on sale December 24th, 25th and
31st and January 1st, good until January
5th returning. "
Call on local agent A- T. & S. F. R R,
for particulars. d-i2 XK
Take tae at Wharton for Stillwater.
Billy nyur. proprietor. d45 tf
"WhfW Koll th Oriron."
California. Washing and Ort-goa are
having a "Loom' oa sold basis :bl ytar
The coantrv Is fast lilUcgfcp with fanner
Buvjnfo is'Uvelv in all branches. If joe
happen to ! one of the many wbo are
thmkimc f taking a trp 'o the Paellk
coMSt. for pVa-nrc or basinet write to G
T Xirh!oc G P. ami T A . A T
F P R. Topeka. Kn . uf PaH6c w
HtenUMre: or applj to local ajreut ?-tta K
rout. 122 North Mam or L5.?
iocer station, corner I )p ruth.
Mad lonro all particular. lmt por!tMy
The Fine Line of Ladies and Gents
line slippers; Velvet, Plush. Embroid
ered, Goat, Calf, and Genuine Alli
gator Slippers, and warm lined, good
and all felt shoes and slippers of all
Anything in the line of leather foot
wear yon may desire or wish for the
Iloilidays you "will find at Jno.
Braitsch's, 120 East Douglas Avenue,
Largest Stock and oldest established
house in Kansas. Quality and prices
compared are the lowest in the city.
Opera Glasses $2.25 and Upwards.
Parisian Novelties, Elegant Designs. S nperior Goods. We will exchange
spectacles and test the eyes alter Christinas without charge.
SPECTACLE B1ZAE, US. North Main Street.
DRS. TERRILL & PURDY.
158 N Main, Corner First St.
I Yard. Ml WmI Dotmla,
Branch office 137 North Main. Telephone 132. 6133U
01-' 12" s&r- '-vF5' y
DISKASES OK WOME-Dr. Terrill Jia rod
d i -oases of women a fpcclaltr for the Dart twenty
jmrsand wffhos tOBlate thnt he h.is all the lute in
ttrumenn. bHtterle. electrode, etc., for their iuc-
cetsful treatment, including fibroid tumors. dl
pUcements. cnlarjreoi'-au. prolapsus, ulceration.,
leucorrhnea. dlMrasesof tneorarlrs, rnlnful, irretij.
lar or profuse nieiiAtration, etc. l)r Trrlli lun re
cently fcpent fevenil months In the liu-jre hoopltafo
of tho east In the upcclal nidy f electricity nnd u
tho only phyclcian In the otithA-et thoroughly
familiar iMth Us fcientlflc appllcjtlnu.
isfcltVOLS llShAShN-lr. Terrill wirM to
call the attention of thoe infferinjr from iierTou
dls-eaeo, paraly wa, nt-rvoua prostration, etc., to tho
Tiuniiprful curatlTe effects to Le derived from elec
tricity -when c:ent!flCKliy applied and deMrr to
Mate that ha maVes Uie application, of rlettrlclty lu
special feature or hi pinrnrt.
The doctor has the tinest fifty cll diamond carbon
Wc are not Going Out of Business
But will Close Out Cloaks, Bonnets,
Astracan and Dress Lining:
at Half Price.
Trimmed and nntrimmed hats will he eo!d at Ics
than thirty cents on the dollar. Fine yarn, such
an Flenr ne Lees, Utopia, Germantown, Shetland
Wool and Flos, lierlln Zephyrs. bct imported;
Senora and standard irdiomy, Ice Wool. Fairy
Zephyrs and Flo. and all kinds of fancy iroods
.matt rials on hand at reatonablo prices, at IU North
MBS. M. E. KLENTZ,
battery everveen iu the is est. and all Lheappllancai
especially adopted to the treatment of lost manhood
or wminiU Keakne. which he quitkly and perman
ently cures by tne aid of electricity.
t ATAKKIl Etery cans of catarrh 1 curable if
properly treated. Vr. aerrtll uses II alley a new
SKIN MSEASES of all U&dcurtd when others
11 LhS, KISTUIiA and all rectal disease cured,
No knife no pain. A cure cnaranteed.
CKKTJJ1CAI.. KTICIOILKK quickly and per
manently cured by clectrolysift- No cuttfne. no pula.
no money until cured.
tllltOMC llEASKS-Bronch!tI. asthma, bay
fever, all throat and luntc troubles, dypepsta, dis
eases of the bowLn, haari and liver, rheumatism,
dropsy, briirbts disease, bladder, k'dcey and uren
ary dieaM-s, blood poison and pri vato dlseatei.
M I'll IMS Ihflt dread dltas of mankind
quickly and permanently cured by the newtriU
ment without the poisonous drugs of days ttone by.
Medlcin tent to all parts of the country.
oatmiree. etna J or queKiionuanic.
MHOKON OtIUST AD AIUIM-OIts
special attention to d wuei of the eye. including
the icleuunc adjustment of clae Uiibrrtnl Ira
fc i a (fit a Li' removed and als-ut restored to many
I KOnhK HS atrajft-htenea. In many res with
(KAM I.ATFD LIDS and all forms of sore ty
juu-kly curxi. Artificial eyea Inserted.
JhAl- Nh-- AlUurnbincase promptly cured.
I I. A ss h!v-Only I oo-e who ha ve had axi tralB.
inir should att. iii4 to Ot tctasuw, et they doibf
taUent tnnr )i,un ib-irs ai. ilnoy caaei of
nervousiie3, IrrtUMIttr. noii.Dla. headarhe. ver
tlo and tremliic stupldMv in children are due to
d'-feUire vlin and ale removed at onte by the ap.
dllctitlun of pr prr k I If oou have pain la the
ry bulla, orb'f.. ten.pb.1 or fnrebead. If the eyee
Wjtjr-r .1 the .eltfli, nm tOft.-U.er nlirn readlntr. If
everything swirrs or brofnue dim when attempting
tou-theeye fr very ahort Uirn, there I. xiiue
fault in the or tan of klclit whirl, can be rrlleTrU by
the application of pr iv eiaaaos. A few have a
uiipleavunt feennss but. 'TU.uet ee ma well aa taetr
Irlends huhprona ;d a.wajr. wear a frown.
iEk'ipr-i!in. whkh la Ofiptcuou and diadtfur.
Intr. eaprUlly In ytKinc larttea. Otberr complain of
pain Jntolerai'fe of llcht with Irrttatloa of erM,
especially by artificial Tlcbt All aucb can be rellev.
ed by the- scienttTk adj.iment tn gtaee
As a t.hM.KAI. .-.riHrLON jr I'nrdyhasni
superlrirlo the southwest, harlcc la-ely r'ilraM
the chaJr of Mirgei v In the WtrHlla Ur.i i ull'ce
in order to deote bis i n'tre Um to hu specialties,
which ln-hide deomiltiea. nlao loot. eorv.
ture of the ipIdk. Uiu yrtavt Uwt. white
sweiOnr dlTL" of bunr. caucer. lemora.
old rore utcers. hare up, vartcccll,
bydroclle. enlarged kUjmU. alone In bladder, tllet.
SMC. dieae of the tua, kidneys an4 uitkary
IKK.MA OK IlKKncH cured by aa eatlrelr
Consultation and examinatkjo fr
K. I'VHOr. it. D.
A BONA FIDE AUCTION SALE
2 TO $3 PER DAY.
Hie Entire Stock of Jewelry aw
OF THE LATE FEKtf OP R ALLEN nALL
Consisting of Diamonds, Gold and Silver Watches, Plated ware,
Clocks and a general assortment of fine jewelry. Commencing
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18TH,
At 2 o'clock: p. m. and 7 o'clock p. in., and ;continuCg from day
to day at the same hours until closed out, at Rot lObiNortheast
corner of Donlas Avenue and Main Stff t
Ladies are Specially Invited to Attend.
D. A. MITCHELL.
400 HAST DOCGLA5 AVE.
C O. PAGE &'CO
Bnbber and Leather Belting, Hyd
rant Hose, Packing, Etc
AsntM forPaTorJte Store al IUaf
Co. IJcst In tlie World.
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Pncci the most reaveosvble.
HOTEL HETROPOLE. j
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4. Ji JLober, Cierlt.
J. R. HOLLIDAY
VICJOTA . GROCERY.