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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Herman & Hess
Look before You Leap
Is another way of saying, look
before you buy.
We want you to look through
all the clothing stocks in Wichita
before you look through ours,
and then if we can't demouostrate
to your satisfaction that we are
selling better made and better fit
ting clothing than our competi
tors, we won't urge you to buy.
Our word for it, you'l be satis
fied to leave your surplus silver
with us, because we sell goods on
a positive guarantee that the
goods will give entire satisfaction
or we refund your mouey. It's a
plain business offer we make
and a fair one don't you think?
As an inducement to get your
trade, we will give you absolutely
Free a life size crayon portrait
of some loved one, or one of our
"$olid Comfort" lounging chairs.
Qne-Price Clothiers and sole
Agents for the 'Hess" men's tine
shoes, the best on earth.
406 East Douglas Ave.
Ilemordia is a positive cure for all kinds
of piles. Sent bv mail on receipt of $1.00.
The Aldridch & SwenUell Drug Company.
110 Douglas avenue Wichita, Kansas
'f dl5G lm
Saturday, May 21, we will put on sale 500
pairs men's pants worth $1.25 at Co cents.
The Missouri Pacific Railway company
will sell round trip tickets to Dallas, Tex.,
at the low rate of our lowest first class
fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale
May 21sr, 22nd and 2Jrd, good for return
passage 30 days from dHte of sale.
E.E. Bleckley, P. and T. ngt.
120 North Mam street. 157-tf
We Lave pasture for 75 head of stock,
$lf0 (for season) to Jsov. 1. Marshall
Bros., Atlanta, Cowley county, Kan
As the junior partner, Mr. Saul Goldstein will retire, our stocK must
To enable us to arrange
WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY,
E. Douglas Ave,
JtEAL KS I A I E I K ANSKEUS.
fFarnisbed by Anplegato & Mallory,
Tlie records in the register of deeds office
show the following buyers:
J Bower shf d lot 40 Waco st "Water
man's add 500
L Little shf d lots SOS 212 Topeka ave
Stafford and Wright's, add 300
H Steinbuc.hel tax d lot 9i blk 8 Orme
and Phillips add 3
Jos Knofllock w d lot blk 14 Goddard 2000
J W Kitchell w d lots 1 47 and 1824
blk 7 Mascot add 1
O I Lpwis U S D s 10 ft lot 15 n 13 fc
lot 13 Topeka ave Benrley's add... 4642
Ella -Marks w d lot 48 blk 4 S Seneca
St add 300
Wm Reed shf d lot 42 Mathewson's
Amount of mortgage releases $1,S45.
7 room house, 2 story, hard
pine finish, finely papered,
all in good condition, cut stone
foundation, barn and corral, fi il
ly i'eet of ground, fine shade
lives and shrubbery Price $7o0
Hartford Investment Go.
Room 402 Sedgwick Buildiug,
Saturday, May 21. the Golden Eigle will
put on sale 50 dozen white dress shirts
worth 75c, at 25c. d2 It
Sinta l"e Home Excursion 1.1st.
Dallas. Tex., and return. Tickets sold
May 21, 22 and 23, with final limit of thirty
il.ivs. One fare round tr.p.
Minneapolis, Minn., and rpturn Repub
lican national convention. One lowest fare
lor the lound trip. Tickets sold June 1 to
5 inclusive; final limit June 25 for return
Chicago and return Democratic nation
al convention. One lowest fare for round
trip. Tickets sold June 16 to 20 inclusive
with final limit of July 6 for leturu pass
age Kinsman, Kan., and return Republi
cs n coucressional convention Seventh dis
trict One and one-third fare. Sale June
14 to 1G; final limit June 17.
Topeka. Kan., and leturn State Repub
lican convention. One and one-third "rate
for round trip, Tickets sold Juno 23, 29
and 30; final limit July 3 for return pass
ace. Ottawa. Kan., and return, Ottawa Chau
tauqua assembly, one fare for round trip.
Tickets sold June 20 and 21, with final
limit July 3
Winfield, Kan., and return, Winfield
Chautauqua assembly, one fare for round
trip. Tickets sold Juno 20 to 30, inclusive,
final limit for return July 3.
Cedar Rapids, la., and leturn. Annual
meeting German Baptists; one tare for the
round trip. Tickets sold June 2 and 3, with
final limit for leturu June 30.
Helena. Mont., and return. Annual
meeting Supreme lodge, A. O. U. W.; one
lowest first class fare for the round trip.
Tickets sold June 7 to 14, inclusive, with
final limit thirty days from date of sale
for return pass.ige.
Denver, Colo., and return. Knight Tem
plar tn-ennial conclave Aug. 12 to 17; one
lava for round trip, with final limit for le
turn passage Oct. 10. 1892. Call on addre-s
W. D. Muisdock, D. P. A.,
15S X.Main St., or
O. A. Browjj, Act. Pats. Stat'n.
"I lie tiolden Eajjlo
Will nnfc on sale Sntiiril.iv. Afnv 9A ir.n
dozen fancy pnfE bosom shirts, collars at-
tacnea or ueiacneu.wortu fci.&u, at Uric.
J)alls. TCTa. and Koturn S12.2.".
For the seventh annual convention of
the Butcher's National Protection associ
ation held at Dallas. May 24tli to 2Cth, the
Santa Fo will sell round trip tickets ou
May 2lst to 23rd, inclusive, at 12.25, with
final limit of thiity days from date of sale.
For further information call at 153 North
Main ireet or Douclas avenue station.
152 lot W. P. MranocK. D. P. A.
We Place at the Mercv of the Public.
and mark down o-0ods. A chance once in
- five Salesmen. Apply
The Princess Louise and Mrs. Mackaj
are warm friends.
Miss Maude Gonnethe well known Irish
patriot, is possibly the most beautiful
woman iu that land of green hills and
Mrs. Edison, the wife of the man -wht
has applied the electric light to domestic
purposes, prefers candles to any other fora
of household illumination.
Zola's wife, who has been ailing for a
year, has derived from her illness a rare
beauty, composed of the soft sweetness ol
two deep black eyes, setting off the pale
ness of a face which seems illumined.
Mrs. Susan C. Yeomans, of Walworth
N. Y., has been appointed by Governoi
Flower a trustee of the State Asylum foi
Feeble Minded Women in Wayne county.
She is a sister of ex-President Cleveland.
Miss Louisa Macdonald, the recentlj
elected principal of the New University
College for Women at Sydney, N. S. W., is
only thirty-three years old. She has a
splendid record as a classical scholar and a
student of classical history, and has a rep
utation as an archaeologist.
John Francis, the big trapper and hunt
er of the Penobscot Indians, has a daugh
ter, Alice, aged eighteen, who is described
as a very pretty and graceful girl, whe
speaks English, French and the dialect ol
the Tarratini tribe, plays the piano and
does several kinds of fancy work.
Mrs. Montagu, whose horrible cruelty
led to the death of her three-year-old
daughter, ha3 a great reputation in the
north of Ireland for her skill in breaking
and managing high spirited and vicious
horses. As a horsewoman she is said to
have a wonderful seat and is a daring
cross country rider.
The public portraits of Mrs. Deacon, the
heroine of the Cannes tragedy, recall in a
striking way the pictures of Baroness Vec
sera, whose love for the Crown Prince
Rudolph caused her death. There is a
noteworthy resemblance in the shape of
the head, the arrangement of the hair, the
eyes and the curl of the eye lashes.
FIN, FEATHER AND FU
The moth has a fur jacket and the but
Animal life ceases to exist in the ocean
at a depth of $ miles.
A horsefly will live for hours after the
head has been pinched off.
In South America there is a beetle even
bigger than the Hercules beetle. It Ls over
a foot long, legs and all, though its body is
not so heavy.
A cat recently killed a 5-foot alligator in
Florida. It jumped on the reptile and bit
through the tender hide of the neck until
it reached the vital part.
In certain parts of the Mediterranean a
species of mussel is found of which the
shells are about seven inches long and three
inches broad, and each of them contains a
piece of the fiber, weighing half a dram,
from whicli spun and woven goods are
Among the queerest crustaceans are
"lady crabs," or "sand crabs," which are
abundant on sandy shores from Cape Cod
to Florida and in the Gulf of Mexico.
Their bodies are roughly six sided, white
in color and marked with specks of red and
purple on the back.
Ostrich farming is one of the important
industries in South Africa, which as yet
furnishes the bulk of the ostrich plumes
for the markets of the world. There are
probably 200,000 domesticated ostriches in
Cape Colony. Each bird is supposed to net
his owner forty dollars per annum.
A complete Irish village will be a feature
of the World's fair.
A H',000 monument of Barre granite will
bo one of the exhibits from Vermont.
A continuous clambake will be one of
the attractions which epicurean visitors
will find at the exposition.
Saginaw, Mich., noted as a salt produc
ing city, is co tructing in miniature a
complete salt plant for exhibition at the
Mme. Regina Maney, of Lisbon, a lineal
descendant of the wife of Columbus, is pre
paring a genealogical tree of the Colum
bus family for exhibition at the World's
The cottage in which George Fox, the
founder of the Society of Friends or Quak
ers, was born, in Leicestershire, England,
is being taken down to be re-erected in
1 Be Closed
MAY 21. AT 8
at FAMOUS this
PRICES CUT IN TWO.
,i" Boys' and Children's Suit Department.
For the next few days we will, owing to the Backward Spring season, inaugur
ate a Boys' and Children's Suit Sale and during this sale we will sell you any suit in
children and hoys' department at absolutely less than cost. Come and examine the
goods and don't buy elbewhere until you have seen our stock.
GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE,
226-228 East Dauglas Avenue, Cor. Lawrence.
It is useless to quote prices, unless you see the goods.
A California "big tree" has been select
ed in Tulare countv to be shown at the ex
position. A committee of the board of
trade, after an extended tour of inspec
tion, picked out a tree measuring 87 feet 9
inches in circumference at the base, 85 feet
above the ground and 65 feet at a height
of 16 feet.
Harper Bros., Scribner & Sons and The
Century company have agreed to exhibit
at the fair illustrations showing the his
tory of transportation in all countries.
Chief Smith expects to secure similar ex
hibits from foreign countries and from
other publishers in this country. The ex
hibit will include reproductions of litho
graphs, original drawings and photo
graphs. FLOWER AND TREE.
Floral slippers are the correct thing to
throw after a bridal pair.
Leaves will attract dew when boards,
sticks and stones will not.
A new color in carnations has appeared
in the variety known as "Kaiser Wilhelm,"
a recent importation from Germany. It is
a violet purple of the richest shade of per
fect form. The plants are literally covered
In New Zealand there are miles of kauris
whose average height is not less than 100
feet and whose girth is not less than 30
feet and 40 feet. The largest kauri yet
discovered was 70 feet in Jgirth and the
trunk was 200 feet high.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castork
Wichita, Kan., May 17, 1892.
Sealed proposing will be leceived at ihe
city cli-rk's office up to 7:30 o'clock p. m..
May 23. 1892, for furnishing the city hall
wiln Venitian blinds, to be of ouk slats
and hoods and best interwoven linen tapes
of sixty-four thread cords, with full nickle
All parts composing these blinds are to
be free from splits, checks or other defects,
and to be of fiist class material and work
manship throughout, and the same to in
clude the setting up in place.
Contracts must state price per -qunre
foot. The engineer's estimate shows 2,'jSO
square feet to be furnished, more or less.
The mayor and council reseive tne right
to reject any or all bid.
157 5t City Clerk.
Golden "Ka I o
Salurdav, May 21, wo will put on sale
250 dozen Madras, shirts of the best oods
worth 62 to $2.50, at HAd. d2 It
To Oklahoma Country jjid Cherokee S. rip via
The bjuta Jt'e Koute.
Half Rate to All Points In Oklahoma Including
1'urcsll, 1. T. Sunday May -Oih. 1SD2.
On the above date the Atchison Topeka
and Santa Fe will sell round trip tickets
from Jill points, Newton south including
Arkansas City to nil points in Oklahoma
at one fare for the round trip. Tickets
will be limited until June 1st, for leturn
passage, allowing stop overs south of Ar
This ives all an opportunity to see the
beautiful Cherokee strip (60 miles wide)
soon to be opened for settlement, also the
prosperous Oklahoma country and its
busey cities further south.
Call on or address the undersigued and
local agents for tho Oklahoma and Chero
kee folder which accuiately describes this
country and tells you how to obtain one of
Uncle Sam's $14.00 farms. Morning and
night trains on the 29th inst., will havo
ample accomodations for all.
W. D. MunDOCK,
DIst. Pass. Act., Wichita.
G. T. Nicholson, G. P. & T. A. Topeka.
be closed out at once
a lifetime to eet eoods
O'CLOCK A. ffl
b. mm. as
evening at 6
Trieiilnal Conclave liener Aucus: Oth ti 4th.
The Knight Templar's conclave to be
held in Denver in 1892 is an event which
pirticularly interests not only the Sir
Ki?hts and their friend-, but the r.tilrottd
companies which will undertake to handle
them. The Chicago, Rock Island and
Pacific Railway company fullv appreciate
the class of people who will lake ad
vantage of this tup, and we w sh to say
briefly that our facilities for bundling the
traffic can not be surpassed, and every
effort will be put forward on our part tb
give first class people what they deserve in
elegant accommodations not only in train
seivice, but every thing else which is nec
essary to please the most fnstidiou-.
Ample arrangements will be made to ac
commodate all who go with us from
Wichita. We propose to handle tne busi
ness in a way that is not only satisfactory
to ourselves, but, best of all, to accommo
date all who go with us, and we propose
to scive you an enj tyable trip over the
"Great Rock Islaud" aud to insure to all a
pleasant, safe and speedy journey. Our
dining car service net da no introduction to
the Sir Knights of this country, operated
by ourselves and for our patrons; no ex
peuse of service is witheld to make it what
the traveling public require. It is the
b st in the world. Our rates will be as low
ns the lowist. Our accommodations sur
passed by none. For further information
you are respectfully Jinvited to call at'tlie
Rock Island ticket olfice, 100, corner Main
aud Douglas. W. II. Wishakt,
d 1 tf Ticket Agent.
For Kansas City, St. Louis and all points
east take the Missouri Pacific railway
The shoitest line to St. Louis by 48 miles
No change of cars of uny kind between
Wichita and St. Louis. Onlv fifty hours
between Wichita and New Yoik City via
he Missouri Pacific laihvay. City ticket
lhce 10 Noith Main stieet. 101 tf
Lectures for l.ad es
By Dr. Florence B. Matthews, 717 Noith
Main street. 1 Tho contents of the
trunk. 2 Miserable woman, and how to
be well and happv, 3 A sermon; text iu
the 139th Psalm." 4 The little one, will
be gn en at tne League hall on the 18, 19,
20 aud 21st. between the hours of 4 and 5
p. in. Admission for the course 80 cents;
oinyle lecture 25 cents. dl54 6
Everybody to stop taking medicine and
buy an Electro Zone. 152tf
Through chair Car to Omaha via the banial'e
The Santa F route are now running a
through chair car to Omaha via Superior
Neb , in connection with the Fremont
Elkhorn aud Missouri Valley railroad,
leaving Wichita at 9 p. in. luid'urriviug in
Omaha the nexteveuing at 5:20 p. m. This
seivice will continue diily.
83-tf W. D. MUBDOCK, D. P. A.
To-Morrow THE BIG SHOW To-Ipw
WORLD'S GREATEST SHOWS.
The Largest, Grandest and Most Complete Exhibition on Earth!
The superb realization of years of persistent effort
MORE HIGH-SALARIED PERFORMERS. MORE FEATURES,
Mbr People, More Aimal, More tmd Bigger Elephants and more new and hitherto antbougbt of Novelties than iy two
i other shows. All exhibited uuder the Largest feats tver contracted
Europe's Premier Equestriennes ecurei
salary of $500 per w eek.
MIKADO'S TEOUPE OF EOYAL JAPANESE EQ CILIBE1STS,
Prince Chaldean, the Percheron Beauty, sired in Normandy, weighing 1S00 pourvK nod the proud posewr of n mae fall 9
feetiu lengtb; tue Largest Living Hippopotamus, two micbtj herds of Ponderous Performing id discing Elephants.
Tremendous Eeviral of the Circus JUaximus!
Terrific Gladatoriai Combats, Absorbing Trials nf Strenctb ami Eodnr&nce Grand Gla Day of Bpori od SpcUoles.
A PAGE OF CLASSIC HISTORY SET BEFORE THE MODERN WORLD!
Jockev Races with lady and gentlemen nder novel Elephant and Camel Race, child delighting Pony Rxcee with Miniy rMers
Laughable JJontey R&ces with Clown dnvtrs.
23Free Daily Pageant of Sarpasng Splendor:
Mamoth Hit hi? Locomotive Hercules Moots Far Famed Cathedral Bells!
A Marvelous Mechanical Invention, moving throosh Use
streets with tbe e.i of a Pnenger Eatnne and draw
ins; one of tbe sections of tfce ColoWt Parade.
Tbe Prooioo leave-the bow groands
dred nuks to see It t o-rtr a mile in lensta.
tbe streets: ten stods of moc make ih air
brine the life of tbe orient to tbe doors of the
hcadredi of gaily caparisoned borset debet;
Two Complete Performances Daily: Afternoon at 2; Night at 8. Doors open one hour earlier.
Ticket at the Usual Pnce Admits To AH the Combined Shows. Children Under 12 Years Half Price,
Special Excursion Hates On All
I sold so many liigli grade
pianoes last week, I have de
sided to continue my special
sale another Aveek, some people
came 100 miles to lake advant
age of this sale, if you want
poor goods, go some where else,
I don't keep them.
Every body is buying the
Victor or Columbia Bicycles.
They are the best on earth,
come and see the new models.
129 North Main Street
W llrillr Krrnrameml
The new route to "Utah and northern Cali
fornia, via A. T. aud S F. aud Colorado
Midland, because: It is picturesque; it is
quick; it ls always on time. You t-ee Col
orado by da light. The new fast schedule
allows two hours for sight-seeing at
Mauitou. Two daily passenger trains
each way. Palace sleepers to Ogden, con
necting with Southern Pacific for Sun
We also recommend the Snuta Fe route
through New Mexico and Arizona to Los
Angeles, ban Diego and San Fraucisco, as
a direct uud pleasHUt hue for winter
Excursion tickets may be bought going
nlineo uud returning the other. d32 tf
at the Enormous
prtnapUy at tea o'clock on tbe cmrniag of tbe exhibition. It I worth coming a Jns
Tea of the thirty de of prfomUag wild bt are exblbttui trt and PJ HW
merry 1tb " m-UAr. kmg ertro, of elepfeast d drvrt bro dfAn"dxri
ooodeot. af ua Urgt etoarrioU re3e tle rtnte r of tbe riaNrrj
the ey So paUpouvmsul ua accAaetof weatiw Tbe ;i wr rain r abtaa
WICHITA, SATURDAY, MAY
i3CTS. Elegant lines of
White Goods. See win
dow. 5CTS. Large and varied
assortment of Challon
Tissue. See window.
CTS. Egyptian Lisle
Tests. See window.
CTS. 32 inch hair wool
Chaliie, regular 40c
CTS. Ladies Derby Rib
bed Black Hese, extra
CTS. Hamburg Floun
cing, torty-hve inches
A grand special sacrifice
in our Linen department
this week. Pay you to see
Wire Nails at $2.60 rate
in full kegs for spot cash, or
6 lbs for 25c, less than 6
lbs at 5c per lb.
Fence Staples oc per pound
Rope 12 Ac per pound.
If you want to build a
house call and see us.
BISSAMZ & MATHEWS,
123 East Douglas.!
Go tM 1I11 the "New Miort Hue, Ml
our! PudlJc "Pleiifutiit Hill loute.
Tlnough tjleepiug and chair can without
tliuufo Y kbltu to bL Louis. kid tf
3-RIn;? Circus, El era ted Stupes, Mighty
Millionaire Menai:rir, Jtojrnl Auiurium,
Mammoth Museum of MarreLf, rnr-Kani
ed Hon Fair and Equine Cbugro, Em
bracing J.W of the Fitiflut Blooded Hoohm
in tho world, together with tho greatest
European Aerialists, Gymnasts
Acrobat-, Rider and Arenio Specialists
of everj description, ever exhibited in
this or any other country. Sumptuoui
and unparalleled production of the Ke
Ceesar's Triumphal Entry Into Rome,
Employing in ita repreenlation hun
dreds of uin, women and children, de
lineating with remarkable fidelity, tho
life and people of the Itom&n empire
vrhen tho rnUtre of tho world, Bel high
upon br hi Ten hllLi, was at the I'inuaolu
of her Glorr.
Absolute Kioss of the Air The highest Mlaried
Aeriaiisti )u the World.
A F-ffprodoetMw of the FtKom Chime ot the Kremlin To-war
Ue Moel of wbteJi cas U beard tn mlodltt
etdeoce r &mM mtk away
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