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M. MURDOCK & BROTHER, Proprietor
PERSONAL A'.D L.OCAL. ITEMS OF NEWS.
the social dance at God-
Scvcral parties have already engaged rigs
for Memorial Day.
The office ol the Douglas Avenue house
is being repainted.
Now i a good time
yards and premises.
to clean up your
If you want to have a good laugh go to
the skating rink to-night.
J. A. Wallace's new implement ware
house is ucaring completion.
A new walk is being laid across Douglas
avenue just west of the Golden Kulc store.
'.'The Yankee in Cuba" will be presented
at the rink to-night by the Wichita dramat
A very nice cash office i9 now being made
for Magill & UHss at the carpenter shop of
W. 1. Stem.
The iron ware for the front ot Pollock &
Tierce's new brick on Douglas avenue, was
put in place yesterday.
Messrs. Leshcy & Goss have purchased
the Santa Fe house, near the depot, and
will conduct it in the future.
Lovers of works or art should not forget
the public reception to be given at Miss
Jackson's studio nest Thursday.
A largo number of our citizens took ad
vantage of the pleasant weather Sunday,
and went for a drive to tuo country.
Our lady readers should remember that
lury will be called upou for flowers to decorate-
the soldiers' graves on Friday.
Those who do not clean their premises
from all foul matter in a very short time,
will receive a visit from the city marshal.
The city treasury was increased yesterday
jothc amount of 09, fines imposed on two
plain drunks, one drunk and disorderly, anu
The Kogcrs coal company have shipped
from this city 7.".3 car loads of sand in the
last year to stations along tln line of the
'Frisco and Santa Fc roads.
From t-evcral parties who drove into the
country Suuday, we learn that crops are
looking very fine. Wheat is heading out,
and farmers are busy plowing their corn.
The debris occasioned by the recent burn
ing of the Methodist church has been
cleared away, adding much to the appear
ance of that locality as well as to the safety
Yesterday itcobt a traveling representa
tive or an eastern grocery house 400 to
learn that he did not thoroughly understand
the game or draw poker. It was a Wichita
man that gave him the lesson.
A very significant placard may now be
seen tacked on the rear door or one or our
clothing houses, the room formerly having
been occupied as a saloon-"KIost up vor
good. Dond bang on dc door."
Several workmen were engaged yester
day in laying a gas pipe, connecting with
the main on Douglas avenue to the curb
stone in trout or Pollock and Pierce's
grocery, where a new lamp post will be
John M. Martin has received a pension
for injuries received at the battle of Chau
tclla, on Ihcoth d:.y or August, 1SC2. He
'was a member or Andrews sharpshooters,
Mass. Vol. A. T. Owen of this city was
Mrs. Naomi Anderson, a colored lady in
this city, is a professional hairdresser, and
will hold herself in rcadinc-s to ai range thc
coiffures of a number or l.idies on ball and
other society occasion. Mrs. A. is a very
blight and intelligent woman.
Xext Sunday afternoon at lour o'clock a
beat raco will take place on the Little
Arkansas, near Bivcrside Paik, between
Joseph Henley and Joe Myer. Later in thc
c-iilng a tub race will take place, which
promises to be quite interesting.
Wo arc informed by a party just in from
N'iuncscah township that what was
known as the McLaughlin school house, in
district No. 103, was burned Saturday or
Sunday night. Our informant was unable
to give the particulars.
Yesterday morning Sheriff Fisher, who
has some large photograph views or thc
Medicine Lodge murderers ami the gentle
men who captured them, gave them to Mr
Kogcrs, who will take a number of dupli
cate photos. Thc men who captured those
outlaws arc as line a lot of looking men
as one wishes to see.
Dr. 1. E.;.Clayton received a letter the
other day from his brother, who licin
Southern Illinois, stating that thc weather
there was extremely wet and cold, and
that corn was totting in thc ground to such
an extent that it would all have to be re
planted, and that thc outlook is anything
but promising. When it comes to climate
and crops Kansas, -coins to hold thc edge.
Tho Douglas Avenue hotel is gaining
much popularity under the present man
agement. Thc proprietor, Mr. D. J. Laug
ncy, is one of the most obliging ol hosts,
and his pleasant cairiagc drawn by a hand
some team of blooded steppers, is placed at
thc disposal of his guests who often take
advantage ofhis kindness for a drive about
The recent death at I'exarkana, Texas,
of Col. It. W. Kogers, ex-mayor or the
city, and a brother or Mr. 11. K. Kogcrs or
this placc,has induced thc latter to offerfbr
sale his property lu this city, lie desiring
to go to Texarkana :ind;settlc up thc estate
or his late brother, who left several small
children and a very large aud flourishing
business. Mr. 15. K. w ill leave Wichita as
soon as his business will permit.
Uncle Johnny Carpenter was down yes
terday. He is off for thc Chicago conven
tion this week. He says he never saw
such crop prospects. Wheat is heading
out and oat arc close on to the wheat!
aud is growing night and day. Valley
Center is improving. He sold, last month,
upwards of ono hundred dollars worth of
lots. He will build a banking house j
23x70 fr. as soon as his brick can bo burned.
Capt. John S..Folks, ol Wellington, made J
us a cill on Monday. He had been cast, !
and canio iu over thc Ft. Scott fc Wichita, j
He stopped off here to buy a couple of
spans of mules. Within ten days he will j
leave for thc Pacific coast overland, taking '
his wife and babies wilh him, and will not
return home before next spring, expecting j
to winter at Los Angeles. He will strike i
directly west to Pike's Peak, then to the '
Gunnison country, then to Salt Lake, then
to 'Frisco, theu along down between the
coast range aud thc ocean 500 miles to
Los Angeles. He expects the trip will i
take six months, and will be about three
thousand miles long. ' He goes for his I
Tho new Baptist church at Udal was turci '
dedicated on Sunday, and sufficient money I Lost A navy blue coat. Thc finder will
raised to erect a parsonage. Tho church, i b0 liberally rewarded by lcaing thc mem
though not large, is a coy and comfortable , orandum book and papers at Allen &
Louso of worship, aud we are glad to learn ! .tones' grocery j-lore. and no questions
that the good people of that village now I akcd. C. C. .Tackso.v.
Lave so inviting a place of worship. T-T.t
A GOLDEN WEDDING.
Judge W. C. Utile, or Ihis city, accom
panied by his wire and children went down
to Illinois the other day to attend the golden
wedding or his aged parents We are in
receipt or the Kcwanee Independent of May
13th, containing six closely set columns of
the happy occasion. C. J. T. Little and
wife were New England people, mariicd in
1834. They had eight children, all liing
now except one daughter, and all, we be
lieve, present at the fiftieth anniversary,
together with the wives, husbands, chil
dren and grandchildren, for there were
great, grandchildren present. One of the
brothers is an honorable, two doctors, one
our W. C, a lawyer. There were speeches
made and poetry read. The presents con
sisted of a bag of gold, a gold ring for the
mother, a gold-headed cauc for the father
and a splendid upholstered easy chair for
We cannot give even u synopsis or the
things said and done, hut append tuo re
marks or W. C. Little, under the head of
HOME AND THK DEAll OSES.
Tims with its tireless wings hears us on.
In the midst ot the passing years, having
reached this golden period, we call a halt,
as it were, and laying aside the pressing
cares and duties of ccry day lite, with
one accord we turn our tootsteps toward
the old home and the dear ones. What
pleasant memories crowd thick and Tast
upon us ! What a cordial welcome awaits
us as we come! The kindly greeting or
rather and mother, or sister and brother,
or kinsman, neighbor and friend; not only
this, as we draw near, almost bclorc the
hand has pressed the latch, the gate swings
open of its own accord and bids us enter
in. We pass down the shaded walk, trod
den by us in other da), and the grand old
trees bow their heads in successho recog
nition ; the pansy, brushed by the careless
root, lifts its bright little lace, breathes
lorth its fragrance and smiles; and so each
farmiliar bush i;nd shrub is vocal, speaking
however in a language only understood by
the members of the old home. We meet to
recall the pleasant associations of other
days. We meet upon the cxhalted plane
of famil'l and racial equality, with naught of
caste or privileger, with naught of rancor
or bitterness to alloy the pleasure of
this glad hour. Time will not permit Us
here to detail the history of the days we
passed at home; but in memory to-day we
may sec how wc lived and learned and
loed; how as the jcars panned by one after
another we stepped beyond the paternal
thrcshhold, and went out to tread the un
known ways; how wewent, lacking naught
orenergy or courage, aN'ewKngland herit
age I may add, but strong in Hope, not
doubtful of the issue. We meet to-day to
kindle anew upon the Mtarofour hearts
that love Tor home and the tlear ones which
has been so strong in the past that time has
scarcely been able to dim it, so strong that
absence has not been able to conquer nor
intervening leagues to sunder. Wc meet,
wc rejoice, we go hence, some with faces
towards the east, otheis turning our foot-
steps towards the setting sun ; as wc go
forth let us ever keep alive tho memory of
home and the dear ones; let thc fires or loc '
burn brightly that we may carry much of I
warmth and cheer to other hearts and other
t.-.. - ..h.I .. hi ....a.,.1 ! .. ai.h clnll lin.P '
IIUlllUS , ilUU 111 SIICLITUIU juaia nuit IJ.m
us on. let thc hallowed memory or this glad
day keep alive tho llame here re-kindled,
and let it burn higher and higher until it
o'trleaps the bound- or the family circle,
and let it spread until it shall pass beyond
thc routines of kinship, reaching out to
ward thc great brotheihood of man.
Mrs. Dr. Stephens lias returned from her
visit to Illinois, wheie -lie had a very pleas
ant time, and is now again ready to auswer
calls from her patrons.
W. A. Skinner, or Kansas City, was in
thc city on bu-incss yesterday.
Mr. UomigDeif Gimor, or Derby, was iu
the city Sunday.
Mr.John Windor came iu Saturday night
from a three weeks' stay among thc cow
bos iu thc Indian Territory.
Miss Grace Mulbcry, an accomplished
young lady fiieud of Miss Anna Jackson.of
this city, arrived here ye-tcrday from
Staffords Spring-, Conn., and will spend
sometime visiting the latter.
II. A. Halyiii.ui, Clearwater; W. K. Cot
ton, Spiingtleld, Ohio; Noble Caldwell.
Winlield. and J. I). Whedihan, Newton,
stopped at the Trciiiont cterd.iy .
W. A. Jaqucs returned yestcid.iy lioin a
pleasant visit to Hiawatha.
Among the arrival- at the Occidental yes
terday wcic S. A. Steveu-, Troy; C. W.
-William-, Hartford, Kan. ; II. M. Spinner,
Uoikrbrd, III., and A. W. Koiifhes, Wyan
Jon H. Folks, Wellington, Kan.; I.Fran
cis aud wife, Louisville, Kan., aud John
Travis and wtfe, of Indiana, wcic guests
of the Douglas Avenue yesterday
Mr. Thomas llc-t, an old and expeiicnced
miller, anil a fiieud of Capt. F. G. Smjth,
arrived in thc city Sunday from Ireland.
He is prospecting with a view of building
a mill in thi- vicinity.
James Burl-em ha- gone to Kausa- City
to compete in thc examination lor the posi
tion of boiler in-pector With James' ex
tensive knowledge and experience he
stands an excellent -how of "getting
there,' which wc hope he will.
GOING TO THE BLOW-OUT.
This evening's train will carry Topcka-1
wards Messr-. Judge Glenn, Dr. McAdam, i
John Fisher, Pat Healy, Ben. Aldrich,
Geo. Dadisman, Howard Soule, and Chas. ,
Derby, who expect to be in attendance at
thc Democratic Stitc convention which
will convene at the capital to-morrow, for
the purpose ot selecting four delegate- to
thc Democratic National convention which
vill take place at Chicago on July Sth. It
seems too bad for our democratic friends
to go to alll thi- trouble to nominate a man
for president, when the luu-t know that
he'll get badly snowed under. But, then,
there's nothing like getting u-ed to it, aud
our friends are not lacking iu experience.
"A YANKEE IN CUBA."
Thc Wichita dramatic company, a-sited
by two or three profo lonal people who
arc stopping in thi- city, will produce
"Miralda, or the Yankee in Cuba,'' this
evening at the rink. Thi-I-a most pica
in;: comedy, and will be worth hearing, c
pccially by all thoe who like a hearty
laugh. The play will not begin until S:30
o'clock, skating being the order of the
evening up to that lime. Admi-sion "3
We arc requested by the proper authori
ties to say to the people of the city that it
will at oiieo be necessary
for them to re-
move all tilth, of whatever character, from
their premises, if they wouhl aoiil uniicce?
wry cxpene. Now that warm weather is
here, tho health of thc city demands that
all matter that has a tendency to cause a
had odor or impuie atmo-phcro be remov
ed beyond the eitv limit-, aud we hope
none of our readers' will neglect ihN mat
ter until tlicy are reminded of it by the
city mar-dial. Wanant-h:nc already been
iucd, and will at once be ered on all
owner of hog lot-, etc., unlets they are
cleaned and put in piopcr shape immediate
ly. About four o'clock jcttcrday altcrnoon
Mr. .1. KiaiitA horse ran away ajjain. It
was attached to the delivery wagon, on
which was .-eated 1. Hisantz and another
young man. Thc hor-e took fright at a
pile of dirt on thc avenue, and started to
iuii, '.insetting the wagon and throwing the
occupants out. Fortunately they escaped
Injury. The horse broke loose from the
wagon and barue. and went Hying down
south on thc alley, hut was afterward cap-
SABBATH CHIMES. '
Notes ol Interest Gathered at the Variou Churches
T TnP WtUBX WlPTfRT CHftKCn.
Thebeautirul and impressive services in.
connection with the children's meeting at
the First Baptist church, at 11 o'clock Sun
day morning, attracted to that handsome
temple or worship a very large'congrega
tion ofchildrcn, their parents and friends
and a number ol strangers. About the
pulpit and altar had been tastefully ar
ranged a large number of beautiful boquets
and potted flowers, while suspended from
the chandelierwerc several cages of cana
ries, lending to the room a most cheerful
and pleasant appearance, which added no
little to the imprcssiveness of the occasion
and the enjoyment of tho little children
whose pure, innocent voices as they rose In
morning praise were sweetly blended with
the silvery notes of the little feathered
songsters. The pastor was so Impressed
with the beautiful surroundings and the
bright smiling faces before him that ere he
offered prayer he remarked that he believed
it was the nicest congregation he had ever
seen in the church. The opening prayer
was followed by a song, entitled, "Oh,
Children's Day," after which Kev. Harper
read the second chapter of Luke, then ex
plained that 'children's day" was not
materially different from any other service.
It was merely to elicit the attention of
children and show their parents that the
little folks could become interested in re
ligious service, and deport themselves as
well in church as their elders ir they were
but so taught.
The preacher took as his text Luke
1-C0: "What raanucr of child Bhall
this be?", llcfore beginning his remarks
ho renucsted the audience to pay strict at
tention, that they might remember more of
the sermon than their parents usually uiu.
Said he, "if wc could but lift the veil from
the future, then it would be an easy matter
to answer the text. But this could not be.
The birth ol John the Baptist raised the
lucstion, what kind or a man will he be?
and his parents and friends were anxious
to solve the question. But time alone did
this." The speaker compared the building
of character and the determining "what
manner of a child shall this be;" to the
building of a house. If tho mechanic use
good material, good brick and mortar, in
the building or a house, he may reasonably
exiiccta flue structure. So, if we, in
.,.!, i;.,,r ti,p iipart and character of the
, t d inaterial. wc may
cullu lut ", f .k.m,im,i
hope to sec the child grow to be a good and
noble mail or, woman. There arc two
,. . gail thc s.,eaker,whlch, if followed,
," ' , . . .mn Vir-Bt be
wake good men and women. "
guided by thc conscience, becouu.ouc
.,. rord Jesus Christ. But often we know
.. i ..
not how to obey thc Lord, even though we
striv c. Bv reading the Bible carefully and
attentively such will find light, for iu it
God has revealed himself and pointed out
right fiom wrong.
The cervices throughout were or a most
intercstiii!! and enjoyable nature, and none
seemed to be more interested than the little
AT THE 1T.ESBYKKIAN CIIURCU.
The scrv ices at the Presbyterian church
Sunday morning were largely attended,
their peculiar nature having attracted
many people to that house or worship. For
years it has been a general custom through
out thc United States for all members or
the Grand Army or thc Kcpublie to as
semble at their headquarters on thc Sab
bath preceding memorial day, and in a
body attend some place or divine worship.
This beautiful custom was faithfully com
plied with Sunday. At an early hour Sun
day morning thc members of Garfield post
begin to collect at their headquarters un
tilthcru were about lie hundred present,
the majority being in full uniforn, when
they formed iu line, headed by the post
band,; and marched in a body to the Pres
b terf in church. Here thoy were received
by the ofiicers or thc churtu aud ushered to
front -cat-, having left their flags at thc
entrance. Thi-act being observed by the
iniiii-lcr he had thc Hags brought iu and
placed on either side of the altar. The
service- then began by the choir singing
in excellent voice. "Come unto inc." This
was followed by the pastor repeating in a
veiy impresic voice tho Lords prayer,
after which several psalms were sung and
the morning les-ou recited. Itev. Hewitt
then lead his text the Tth verse of the
l.ith chapter or Paid's epistles to the IIo
maiis "Honor to whom Honor." The
speaker showed much familiarity with hi
subject and careful consideration of its ap
plication. The sermon was one or Bcv.
Hcvvett's be-t extempore efforts, end elic
ited thc clo-c-t attention from beginning
to c'o-e. ''We arc waiting" was excel
lently sang by thc choir, alter which the
benediction wa pronounced.
AT THE RINK.
The M. I', services at tho riuk last
Sunday evening were quitclargcly attend
ed, and the pastor. Kev. Phillips, delivered
au aiiie anu luteicsiiug sermon, ciiosing as
thc foundation of his remarks, Kcvelations,
'J2d chapter and 12th verse "And behold I
1 come quickly, and give every man his re
ward as hi- work shall be." The subject
was handled in a v try carclul and logical
maimer by ihc speaker. One week from
next Sabbath will be Children's Day at the
church, and the services will be or a very
i interesting character, especially to the lit
tle ones and their friends. They also hopp,
.on this day, to be prepared Tor a general
di-tribution or programmes and circulars
lor thi, their centennial year.
1 A -pecial meeting or the Women's Pastor-Aid
Society will be had at the resi
t dence of Mr-, llock Wedne-day afternoon.
1 Mi-s Ida Strublc presided at the organ of
1 the First Uaptist church Sunday morning
in a very acceptable manner.
The excellent -inging or the choir or the
M. I', church is one or thc most attractive
i lcature5 ot their services.
Mi-si Lawrence Id the little ones in sing
ing at tho Firt Baptist church Sunday
Persons who wish to join the 31 E. church
by letter, arc requested to hand In their
' letters next Sund iv evening.
The congiegation of thc l'resbj terian
church were notified by the pastor, on Sun
day, that any ouc desiring to unit- with the t
church could do o on next Thursday even -
iii, or Sunday, or at any time by handing
him their letter.
The rite of bapti-rn will be administered
at the I'rcshj terian church next Sabbath
Nearly all the churches were well attend
A rather no'.cl and unusual cxpre
here yesterday by
Well-, tanro .v Co s. express. It was
express. It was a j
cry tine jearliug breeder, of thc Herford !
breed, neighing over WO pounds. It was
consigned to K. 31. Gardner, of Clearwater, '
and had been on thc road eight weeks. It
was shipped from England, and arrived
here in excellent condition. ;
Photos of the Medicine Lodge bank
rohhers, and the men that captured
them can be seen at Kogcrs.' gallery.
Duplicate photos of thc business
houses, residences, and general views
of AVichita can Iks had at Kogcrs' gal-;
I desire to notify the public that I
am prepared td dig or clean privy
vaults and cess pools on short notice.
Mail orders to A '.B. Burnbam 4-8 '
A good drug business for sale. For
particulars enquire of Iunes & Ross.
Dye works. Hats and clothing a special
ty. Dresses cleaned or dyed without rip
ping. G3 Main street. tf
Robert Jacks, proprietor of the Star
Clothing House, is the pioneer cloth
ier of the Valley. 1-tf
Men's and boys' Clothing lower than
tho lowest at the Star Clothing House.
New potatoes, first of the season, at
Pollock & Pearce's.
Go to the Candy factory for fre-li
candy, and pure lec Cream.
Hacker & Jackson have made ar
rangements with the Fort Scott Flag
Stone Co. to handle their flagging.
We arc now prepared to give prices on
all kinds of sidewalks and residence
walks in the city. All work warrant
ed to give satisfaction, in the gray or
blue stotie. Haokek & Jacksox,
I have 240 acres of pasture, two and
one-half miles from the city, all well
fenced, plenty of good water. Cattle
pastured at 65 cents per month.
tf E. P. Foun.
Go to A. R. Gore for pure ice cream
and Peruvian beer the best in the
Wanted A first-class baker, with
L'ood references. Xoue others need
apply, at thc Santa Fc Bakery. 5-1 w
Grcitreustcin'd seventh addition is
ooomiug. Chris. Pcarce is the agent
for this property, and will show the
property at any time ; he has also
some desirable acre lots in Grcifleii
Btcin's southeast and northeast sub
division, which is selling at low prices
and casv terms.
Go to the Cheap Cash Store, Doug
las avenue, one door we-t of Citizen-'
Bank, lor anobbv suit and low price.
1-tf "T. W. Covehdam:.
Hats, Caps and gents' furnishing
goods at the Star Clothing lloti-e,
sign of the big star. 1-tf
C. AUGUST DIE TEH,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
BRICK AND STONE!--
Parties desiring sidewalk f Winlield Han
ging or all sizes will do welt to ealt and get
prices. Leave onlers st W. 1 Stem's office mi
jivvrenceave , -otith of Douglas ave. d-5-tf
J. A. HOLLBNBERGBR,
extracted without liain Fine sold Mi
Ings a specialty
ArlillcifU teeth lrom S". HO to
450.00 set. Denial rooms In Kails' liloek,
Inl rooms iti Kails' Mock,
Doiifflns avenue. W lchitn, Kun-:n. w-u-ll
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
Residence on Law rence Av enue, ne.nr Central
Avenue. l'ost-Ulice llo WU tf
J. E. RICHMOND,
Wagon and Carriage Maker.
DOKSAKL KIND? OF ItKfAIUIXU.
Light Work a Specialty
With Klaus & Cole. Market Hreet. soutii r
Douglas m enue, Wichita, Kansas. U'
.-.. nnann 1 vn I AIWHV1
J. N. Kiln's Restaurant,
On Water street, one iloor north or Douglas
Avenue, in the Werner buildinj;- tf
BOOT & SHOE MAKER.
53- Tieo Doors Eat of Tremnnt
If on Me.
Promptty Attsndcd to en
Repairing Neatly A: Cheaply Done.
The Photographer. Pictures In all slrn nml
styles. He also carries the lluest assortment
of picture frames in the city. Ute him a
friendly call and examine sbmples. il-2-tf
IT you arc going to lniy a Watch, tlun, l'Utol,
Musical in- S-S " "Irimient,
Diamond W V t'ln, SIceic
Ituttous, I Jilting, watch
Chain, nr.H X Bln Iart m,r
thing.itv.'ill l'-iy J mi to
i go anil ree ru.-i.uie
I'nwnbrok- W er, f.irifhe
has anything vou want you can save money b
buying of him. Two door we-t of Tiemont
House, next to Xleilerlandcr's Ian t ofiice, II
Duoglas avenue, Wichita, Kansas. 1-tf
. For Choice, Fresh
Fair Treatment ami lloiie-.t(.oodi., so to
CRAVEN & RHODES'
! T T T7" 17 "PROS
j W -Li L -LiJV JJ II V O
Branch Yards n(
J Winfield, Wellington,
Garden Plain & Harper. !
EOCK & "V7"j3XiX.S.
nUTIIN MUAT AHKIT I
Kiwi lake fi-h constantly on hand
orders a ejvMbU'r
Druggists and Grocers.
j first block west or tremont house.
m .fc 32 Douglas Ave., Wichita, lva.
New York Store!
With our enlarged facilities for showing
goods, wc arc better prepared than ever
to wait upon the multitude who patronize
M. KOHN & OO.
19 Main St. MUNSONS. 19 Main St.
Large lines of goods have arrived this week, which will necil to he dis
posed of in the next few weeks or it will he too late (o pell them this season.
In order to dispose of them in that time wo must put prices on them that
will make them go rapidly.
Wc have decided to do it.
The surplus goods in every department will he included.
This is an opportunity which should ho taken advantage of quickly.
"We cordially invite all to come and make a tour of careful inspection.
It will be full of interest to prudent buyers.
Wc cater to no particular class, but welcome all and provide for all, and
OUSTS FELICE TOJ-..
19 Main St. MUNSONS. 19 Main St.!
cheap cash store!
An immense large tock of j
Boots, Shoes and Clothing
KIlT OlUUiS. UJ? i
MEN'S. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS
3iai:kei o:t in vlms kici-kks way now.v
At Hard-Pan Prices.
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A GOOD ALL WOOL SUIT
Boots and Slioes
Will be sold at a-ionl-bin- low figure.
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MADE SPLENDID FOR S7.50.
V,eae )S and trt my Hock ami pri-. -
VEKY K&sI'ECt FULLY,
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New and Beautifol Embroideries!
Lovely Designs in Swiss Flounces!
" Matched Embroideries ! ' :
Swiss, Xaimook fc Hamburg.
Lace .Epaulettes for Ladies, Misses & Children!
Oriental, Egyptian fc PoHywnoKr.
Jleautiful Designs in
All Over Lace Nets. ' All Over Swiss. All Over. Hamburgs.
Ladies', Jlisscs' A: Children's .
1 1 Neckwear ! Neckwear ! I '
'I In JSewildcring Variety.
1,000- Paralsols! Parasols! -1,000
5c. to $15.
In Silk. Satin, Radzimir, etc., Plain, Embroidered & Laco-coverod
It will pay you to buy your silks of
Cambrics, Lawns, Zephyrs & Organdies !'
Pays to Trakr ITnder the Horseshoe.
INNES & ROSS.
1ST. Z. T. Z. O.
CITY CAS;BIGE SHOP.
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing, Shoeing and Plow
South .Main .Street, nixt to Cookt' rtalli
.10I1N V. MOITETT,
(ansas Furniture House,
Dealers i.ntall kinds of Furniture
(grComp and examine our good and price- before ptirclitwlii;; else
where, and be convinced that wo mean bu-ln".
This is Simply to Kciiiind you that at
Lawrence's Drug Store
YQU CAN ALWAYS PROCURE
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CLASS, AUTISTS MATEItlAli A NO TOII.BT AKTIUIJS.
Purr. Winoe iu1 Tiimini'g ivhiftli will he sold
in strict accordance with law.
83 Douglas Avenue, - - - Wichita, Kansas.
MAJOR BROS. & HOLUDAY,
$ai)( and Fancy Groceries.
133 DOCOLAS AVEKGE.
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aud Dungla.-. avenue
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
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us. ' will -rive you :i lmriiii.
Work Promptly Attended To.
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