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M M MURDOCK A BROTHER, r-jpneton.
PERSONAL ANDfflOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS.
of the council to-morrow
Grand ratification meeting at the rink to
A lot af Texas horses were brought to
the city jester Jay.
I.ct the ladle turn out to the ratification
meeting at the rink.
Several of the township aanc-xers received
their salaries yesterday.
Good speakers will address the rati flea
Ion meeting at the" rink to-morrow night.
- A. change in the time of trains departing
Tor Kingman will take place on the railroad
Several men were eugaged jesterday in
repairing the street lailway, ballasting the
Passengers wliocamo in on the train from
the north report a lieay liail-etorm'at New
ton laM. night.
Scats for the "Leap Year" entertainment
at the opera house Tuesday evening are be
ing taken fast.
No arrangement have vet been made by
the railroad company lor handling freight
Don't forgnt the complimentary benctit
to bo given to Mm. 0. Kussell at the opera
house Tuesday cv cning.
A Cue load of fresh new peas were sold
to ourgroccrjmen jteterday, by the pro
prietor of the gardens.
Good wool is worth only from lifleen to
sixteen cents per pound, jet a good deal Is
being brought to the city.
The skating nuk and 1'resbvterian
church have been very nicely decorated
with flower for the (hildreu's meetings to.
Duriug the pat two days one gambler
and two women of ci. virtue have con
tributed to the tit) trea-ury, iuplie sum ot
The Itinera! of the infant child ol -Mr. aud
.Mrs. F. M. llarnes took place from the fam
ily residence ve'terday morning at 10
Several new walk are being put down
across Main street. The one in front of
Itobinson llros'. store is laid at their pri
A large lot of wheatand corn was brought
tn tin- rltv vestcrdav bv the farmers, all of
whom renort the outlook for a bountiful
harvest extremely encouraging.
The Wichita Turn Vcrein society held a
verv pleasant social at the opera house
Thursday evening, which was largely cn
joved by all or the large crowd present.
The appearance of mauy of the private
jards about the city has been greatly iim
pi ov ed by the planting of shrubberj ; notice
able among thtse are the handsome bushes
of Ir. Smith.
G. Wilbcr, liviug mc miles west of Wich
ita, jesterday drove to this city twenty
seven head ot veiv line Jlcrkshirc hogs,
which averaged about 275 pounds, lie sold
them at ft .0 per hundred.
The incmbcii of Mr. Chattteld's . Sunday
s.-liool f.la.s wish us to kindly thunk, for
them, Hiram linbodcn,
book and accounts, he has been very pop
ular with our people socially and we have
beard bo tingle complaint of bim frofa any
business man. We don't know where be
will go from here, or that he 111 leave
at all, but whatever be should decide we
wish him future success.
Acting Mayor, Mr. Zlamerljr desires
us to cat! attention to me net mat
in many of the large dltohes on the
sides Jof the streets this spring tbe people
have been in tbe habit of throwing lopped
branches, tree trimmings, and other rub
bish, in violation of tbe ordinance. This
is the rainy season, and ll such obstruc
tions not only causes the water to stand
and stagnate, but hiuders tbe street force
ill thcir.cflbrts to keep the drain open.
There is nothing stuck up or proud about
the people of Dodge City, though they arc
rather aesthetic. They arc now preparing
for a grand Fourth or July celebration, and
instead of tbe tiresome reading ol the Dec
laration of Independence, the tame oration
and two-for-a-nickel glass or lemonade,
they propose to have a genuine old-fashion-
ed Spanish bull fight, the same as tbe An-
daluslan monarchs and Castalian kings de
lighted in the good old dajs or chivalry
Mr. Norris L. Gage, one or Topcka's
heaviest capitalists, and the gentleman who
took so much interest in the transportation
qncstiou, at least the Kansas phazc of it,
compiling a v aluablc pamphlet last winter
covering tho whole question or railroad
operation in this and other states, spent
the day in Wichita and the. county yester
day. For a long time he had desired to see
this land, and after riding out nfteeu or
twenty miles in the country he said to us
that the hair had not been told him ot its
The national encampment of the Grand
Army or the Kepublic will take place at
Minneapolis next month, and it is expected
that a large delegation will be present from
Kansas. We learn that several members of
Garfield post are talking of going. Arrange
ments have been made with the railroad
companies lor excursion tickets at $15 and
return from Topeka. This is the same as
the rate to Denver last jear, the distance
being about the same. Minneapolis is a
beautiful place in summer, and the trip will
undoubtedly be enjoyed byall who make it.
Mrs. Stover and
for valuable asistence rcn-
dcicd them at their festival.
The I'uitcd Slates vs. Win. Johnson and
(.'. C. Ciimbcst a case brought here from
Ivitigniau county, in which the defendants
are barged with false swearing, was tried
in the P. P. Court vestcrdav.
C'ha. Iaguu, the voung man who was
slabbed at the Doujrlas avenue house last
Tlnusdav night, was worse jesterday. The
attending phvsiciin does not seiin to be
very eontideiit of his lecovcry.
Wood Kittenhouse, a Cairo, Illinois, cap-it-ilislwhocanielo
the city a lew days ago,
has purchased property on South Market
stieel and will soon i-ommeiiLU the erection
.f six small houses which he proposes to
The Davis divorce case still continues to
oecupy the attention of the disliict court.
The evidence lor the defence was about hair
in jrstciday atlenioou at 4 o'clock, when
court adjourned until 1 o'clock Mouday
The county commissioners adjourned jes
terday afternoon until Monday atlOo'clock
at vvhlili time they will hear complaints
fiom tho li-paers of the city of Wichita,
ir complaints there be in reference to over
assessment. Tho city carrier of the Daily I'ac.lk, W.
i:. Dondlc. jesterday devoted several hours
to putting up paper boxes for subscribers
in the north part of the city. 1'arties who
were thus waited upon will confer a favor
by keeping the boxes nailed up.
Miilth Walkir vs. day Schoonover, is the
title of a pre-emption contest brought here
nom Kingman county, and which was jes
li rday trii d in the P. S. Land office. Har
ris A' Harris and Fircbaugh appeared Tor
tho defense, and Judge McClain for the
J. McArce and Thos. Glover report that
the colored people are very well satisfied
with the nominations at Chicago, aud the
prospects Tor the republican party getting
away with the baggago at tho November
elections seems to bo brightening in every
The condition ol Mr. ;Wm. 31. Thomas,
who was so seriously injured by being
thrown from his buggy somo days ago, is
yet rather precarious. The attending phy
sicians seem to think that he may partially
recover, but that he can never be a sound
Itvvasiumoredon the streets last even
ingtliat a boy had been drowned in the
llig Klvcr, west or the city, late in the af
ternoou. Wc could learn no particulars
except that a lot of boj s were In sw immlng
at that point, and one of their number
came up mis-ing.
The ice cream festival aud social given at
the skatiug rink last Friday night, by 3lr.
1). J. ChatlUId's Sunday school class, or
the Methodist church, w e are pleased to
ay was a decided financial success as It
was a social one. The gross receipts were
117.00, and the uct fcCG.CO.
Tho biggest berries jet were received last
cv cntng at this office. If vv e keep on w ith
these berry stories some non-resident may
think we are lomancing.
S. A. Field brought us last evening a
dish of strawberries, some of which meas
ured five and a hair iuches. Who can
Many orthe grainbuycrs called at the ex
change jesterday morning to learn the
opening prices tor grain in Chicago. The
impression denied to prevail that tho grain
men had figured conspicuously In nominat
ing a candidate ror president, and they
were anxious to see the effect it had upon
Tho proposition of voting 30,(X bonds
to the Wichita, Denver & Mcl'hcisou road
w ill be submitted to tho voters ot this city
on tho 10th. Tho register's books show
that only half or the voters of the city will
be allowed to exercise their franchise at
'this election, as they failed to register.
Out of the 1,200 or 1,800 voters iu this city,
only'.XW are properly registered.
Mr. .1. C. I.vrtb. who has been tbe bead
agent at this place for the jcar last past,
will be succeeded In a few days. Probably
the duties or tho station agcut at Wichita,
being for two trunk lines, arc more ardu
ous than those or any other point In the
stale, ir the transrer station at Argentine
he excepted. Mr, Lyclh is a very young
.man for so responsible a position, whero
thousands of dollars arc bandied daily, and
while wc know nothing, of course, of his
About 8 o'clock jesterday morning, as
the south bound passenger train was pull
ing away iroin the freight depot, a colored
man, whose name we were unable to learn,
jumped upon the front platform of the bag
gage car. He had scarcely secured a foot
ing when one of the brakemen jelled at
him and told him to get off and get on tbe
passenger coach. This he essayed to do,
but in making the change he missed bis
footing and fell, luckily holding with bis
hands to the step guards. He was thus
draggad unite a distance, until the train
could be stopped. When picked up he was
pretty badly bruised, and his clothes torn
from contact with the gravel; but fortu
nately his injuries were slight. Had he
lost his hold upon the guard, he would havo
fallen under the cars and been crushed to
Another narrow escape occurred while
the engineer or the Cheney train was hur
riedly side-tracking his train iu advance
or the arrival ol the north-bound Sautt Fe
passenger. The engineer pulled up hur
riedly swiching on the main track, when
three boys, apparently from fourteen to
sixteen j ears or age, attojipted to mount
the engine, iu motion. Two or them safe
ly mounted the platform, but the third
misled his footing, the lower part of his
body swiuglng around against tbe wheels of
the tender, and but for the tenacity with
which lie held to the guard, he would sure
ly have been crushed by the wheels.
AN AFFLICTED CHILD.
Maggie Maddux, a little three-year-old
girl, whose mother lives iu the first house
west or the Occidental hotel, is now ijing
iu a most pitiable and deplorable condition.
Some time last Suudaj-she began to com
plain or her ejes hurting her, aud later iu
the day her mother noticed a foreign sub
stance iu them, ltut little attention was
given to this circumstance until the next
day, when the little girl's ejes were found
to be very badly swollen and iufiamed, and
instead of getting better were rapidly grow
ing worse. Dr. Owens was called and ren
dered such medical aid as his judgment di
rected. Yesterday, however, a rumor came
to the cars of Sheriff Fisher that all might
uot be right, and that the little girl had
been foully dealt with. He at once hunted
up Dr. 31uusell. orthe Far and Kye insti
tute, and in company with him repaired to
the house where they round the
little sufferer and where at a later
hour a representative of the
Kvui.Esaw her ljing bolstered up in a
chair, ltoth of her ejes are terribly swol
len, she being unable to open either ot
them, and besides are horribly inlUmcd, as
is also her face around the eyes. From be
low the red lashes is constantly issuing a
sort of bad pus. At times she will jump up
and stream, as if in terrible distress, but
most or the ttmo she remains in a semi
conscious state. Mr. 31unsell gives it as
his opinion and wc understand Dr. Owens
entertains the same idea that in some way
or by some means a certain amount of
gonorrhoea virus has gathered into her
eyes, aud is now actually eating them out.
HOW IT LOOKS.
8. L. Sheets and wife, or Mulvane, were
in tbe city yesterday.
J. A. Tlnnedge, of Indianapolis. Ind., it
stopping over Sunday in this city.
Wells, Fargo & Co's. express made a very
heavy shipment to tbe east yesterday over
the Fort Scott road.
J. Dunkin, wire, sister and boy were up
from Ilaysviilc Saturday. This was tbe
boy's first visit to tbe city.
H. C. Meeker and Jim Walker, two rising
young merchants of Cheney, were la tbe
city yesterday on business.
Sam Miexscl, one of tbe prominent young
business men of Wellington, came up on
last night's train to spend Sunday.
Rev. A. S. Merrifield, who will occupy
tbe pulpit ol tbe Baptist church to-day,
came down from Newton yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kay Oliver came up last
evening from Wiufield, and will spend Sun
day with their numerous friends in this
It. 31. Spivey, a prominent democratic
politician or Newton, and cashier or the
Harvey County bank, was in tbe city yesterday.
J. E. Sombart, a rising young doctor or
Boonvlllc, 31o., arrived in Wichita yester
day He is looking ror a desirable opening
to practice bis profession.
Frank Kenckc, a cousin of Mrs. Wm.
Kassel, arrived In the city yesterday from
St. Louis. Ho will spcud some weeks vis
iting with 31r. Kassel's family.
L. T. Douslass. of the drug firm ot
Swentell & Douglass, departed on the
train last evening for' St. Louis, where he
proposes laying in a choice line of drugs,
E. F. Widnea, former proprietor or the
Hazlelon (Barber county) Express, was in
tbe city yesterday, enroute to Kansas City,
where, wc understand, he will purchase an
J. II. 1'atterson, or Oswego, Kansas, rep
resenting heavy eastern lumber interests
was in tbe city jesterday. He contemplates
establishing lumber yards at Cheney, Clear
water and Kingman.
3Iurray 3Iyers, who has been out to bis
ranch ror several days, returned yesterday.
When he beard of Blaine's nomination be
threw up his hat, gave three cheers aud
started oil to build a bonfire.
Mr. S. S. Casard, who has been nitting on
the jury tho past week, went out to his
borne in Grand Itiver township last night.
He says that crops in his section are looking
very fine indeed, though corn Is a little late.
Itev. Canfleld. or Hutchinson, a minister
of tbe Episcopal church, was in tbe city
yesterday. He is now working In tbe in
terests or tbe ucw church by distributing
tracts to enlighten the minds or the public
as regards the gospel as taught by Sweden
burg. Mr. C. blandly remarks that be is a
"New churchman in the old church.
Mr. It. D. Taylor, who has been connect
ed in different capacities with the daily pa
pers or Emporia, Kansas, ror a number of
year, arrived in Wichita Friday to accept
the responsible position or foreman of tbe
Daily aud Weekly Eagle, bav lug entered
upon his duties last night. 31 r. Taylor
brings with him the reputation of being a
most excellent printer, thoroughly under
standing every detail of a daily office, and
we hope that his stay iu Wichita may prove
both pleasant and profitable.
The following call for a grand ratification
meeting will be issued in the shape of large
haudbllls to-morrow :
"Blaine and Logau ratification meeting
at the skating rink this (Monday) evening.
Good music,ablc speakers, scats for six
"Wc are coming Father Abraham, three
hundred thousand strong."
Ev cry arrangement will be porf ectca by the
committee to make the meeting one of the
best ever held iu Wichita. Tbe best speak
ers available will address the audience. Ev
crjbody is coidially invited, and the ladies
are specially requested to be present.
P0PKESS ft. WAKEFIELD
Have the well known McAlester coal,
which is cqokl if not siiparior to
Ihc Caaon City. .
We advise all our readers to give it
a trial, as this firm will keep it on hand
Any person wishing to iinploy a
nurse can do so by applying at the
residence of Mrs. Sohn on South Main
street. Mrs. A. O. Lake.
16 to 2vr
Itobert Jacks, proprietor of the Star
Clothing House, is the pioneer cloth
ier of the Valley. 1-tf
Go to the Cheap Cash Store, Doug
las avenue, one door west of Citizens'
Bank, lor tiuobbv suit and low price.
1-tf T. W. Covkkdalk.
J. P. AT.T;m
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
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. Foiid.
farmer wants the Esterly
For sale bv Parkinson is
Parkinson & Glunt arc having a line
trade on the Esterly Binder, which is
admitted by all to be the boss. Call
aud examine. Kt-lw
A good frame house, one story high
and sixty feet long, on Main street,
south of Mr. Dorsey's stone building.
Apply to L. Wright at the place be
tween 11 aud 12 o'clock auv morning.
Go tho Sauta Fe bakerv for one of
those loaves of cream ttcaiu baked
bread, fresh every day. 14-5t
Chris. Pearce has filed the plat of
Grciuensteiu's 8th ndditiou, and is
now ready to sell the same. Parties
coulcmplating building should sec him
and secure some of this propcrtv.
B. K. 'B'RO'W'N".
Douglas Avenue, - Wichita, K:mas.
First Ark. Val. Bank!
The oldest money Institution In the Arknixts
W. C. WOODMAN.
Wm. S. WOODMAN.
WILL. C. WOODMAN", Jk
ON EARTH ' '
With the Biggest Stock of
COfUUCSFOKDKXI S :
American Exchange N'afl Kstik, Nw York
First National Hank, of Chicago, Illinois
Hank of Kansas City, Kan-as Clt , Missouri
. Are no-v occupjing our
New CeMHedieus Bank IttiMitig
No. 33 Main Street.
Do a General Mini Business
Iu all Its inwleni functions.
Money in Any Amount
Hals, Caps and gents' furnishing
goods at the Star Clothing House,
sign of the big ntar. 1-tf
I offer for sale lor a lew tlavs a tract of
land within tlio city limit, containing
nearly live acre of laud. The finest tract
of land for garden purposes In the valley.
For particulars inquire of Wm. Matliew
A good drug business for sale,
particulars enquire of lime- &
Men's aud hovh' Clothing lower than
the lowest at the Star Clothing Houc.
Go to A. It. Gore for pure ice cream
and Peruvian beer the best in the
On all satlafactory nillaHral real, iit-miiI
or ehattfl ami aavHiinuxlaU the Uirrower
with time from one day to the i'r.
O- SH tickets ly the fasteit and ifi-t Hum
or suaiiitra in the world. t r rn.iu all priiK-l-ikiI
Kuroiwau ports, via North i.erman I.Injd
or C'unnrd line.
In the oncanizatlon of the Klrl Arkansas
Vallev Dank, of Wichita, hanvit. invoke
uelther directors. utocahoMer r liraiul",
nordo we deal In puts, infcrciiu r mitslile
Issues. Our labors are slrictlj to the im-Hure
of its legitimate sin ce-s . .. , ,
ror lis iifuiUDl inanageuuui mr
aliv reionsihIe. .
for the protection or every lepoilor 1
pledged the last dollar or our roriune.
Greeting with man thanks our numerous W
friends, whoe patronage, with our tuliamnl
facilities, wo Miall be happy to liicr.He. ami
kindly such of the general public as uuiydeMre
to avail themselves thereof, and our judgment
and convenience may see prudent to accept, wc
are respectfully jours., wooMvV ASOK
"Stores irtay come, and stores may go";
But we go on forever L"
We ilon' t have sjwhhs of
Ever Offered by any House in the West.
, ,. if Sst?
5V v ,
It is Our Usual Practice to Sell Cheap!
HV are -f 77iWc(i with spurts of
We Have Low Wees All the Year Round!
HV ilon'l luir& to run niwctu! salts
to jirore to our ciitOMerg
An ice tll I'lteiip,
We Have Great Bargains Every Day
THE BIGGEST BERRIES YET.
Hacker is Jackson have made ar
rangements with the Fort Scott Flajr
Stone Co. to haudlc their tla-ginr.
Wc arc now prepared to give prices 011
all kinds of sidewalks and residence
walks iu the city. All work warrant
ed to jjivfi satisfaction, iu the gray or
blue stone. IIackkic & Jackson,
And Human Hair Goods,
Announces that Mie will not be mider-
!old by any citablUhmcnt in the
- city for the next two mouth,
either at whoIeale
Next Door South of Woodman's Bank.
Ficht & Drescher,
Carpenters & Builders.
J'Kr'i'artl. ' ' v V1 "".'
Worth From 20c. to $1.00 Per Yard
oji 1 to 100 iftu-ds will he sold to all persons irinitiiuj
r.iidiroidery for lluir oicn use.
Sale Tuesday Morning,
Once or twice during tuc past seasons wc
have had occasion to allude to tlie enor
mous strawberries raised in this city by K.
K. (Sutlirie jr. Yesterday morning lie
brought us up the handsomest box of
strawberries, we ever saw. They were not
only cleau, highly eolored and bright, but
looked like they ought to be old like eggs
by the dozen, home of lueui measure five
indies around, aud many of them four and
four and a half. The (ruitruluess or thit
vallev is ever astonishing 4,tuc oldest !-
Last Thumday night tho euglueer of tho
'Frisco train which reaches here at a late
hour, saw ou the track about a mile or so
cast or the city a man walking on towards
the train, but as the engine approached the
man jumped on the track and hid in the
weeds, seemingly anxious to Veep out of
Uio light or tbe engine. At a later nour tuc
same night a horse was stolen from the
farm.of Thos.McCampbcll,who lives a little
further on east. It Is now be
lieved that the man the engineer
saw aud the one that stole
Mr. MeCampbell's horse are one
and the same, aud in fact no other than
Frank Feck, who stabbed Chas. Kagan at
the Douglas avenue house, at 9 o'clock In
the evening. The last positively known of
1'ecK is that on being chased from the hotel
he ran toward the depot, aud later was at
a houso of bad repute In the cast part or
the city. Here the marshal sought him,but
evidently he got wind of the officer's ap
proach and made his escape, going through
the fields towanl the cast. These circum
stances taken together leave but little
doubt that Feck stole the horse mentioned
and thus got out of the country.
The following circular, ent to theG..
It. l'ost or this city, explains Itself:
The Itov. Joseph ChiUou.of White City,
Kansas, was last seen in Faola, Kansas,
May 17th, on his way home. Bis age It 45 ;
height, : feet 9 inches ; complexion, dark ;
weight, 1ST. pounds; diested in black, gray
duster. Bought G. A. U. suit the Kith.
Hair black, tinged with grey; full brown
beard, lie i a Mason, and a member of
the A. O. V. V. and G. A. It.
Anv brother or comrade knowing or learn
ing anythlngof his whereabouts, will please
notify W. K. Ilingbam, Mason and com
rade, or L. I.. Dlils. recorder of A. O. U
W. lodge, White City, Kansas.
200,000 Feet of Southern
FOR SALE AT CAR-LOAD RATES.
Coutracton. farmer, and all olluri Iu waut
ur liinilirr, can now buy It at iot
Also. One C rLoad of Oak.
This lumber Is well seasoned, ami cannot
iMmatched in grade lv ail) an! In Hie city
Yards at Diamond Mills
ljp It.K KODGEKS.
Jj- OjUMtolte llic tiennnn tlrm ery, in tri'.ji
ner of Slarket street. "-"
Wichita Meat Market,
AllKMsofFreshana Salt Meats
Of tlc vrry liet uuali J
Thursday aiul 1 rnlay.
Iitc fish W'etlncby,
so hum mm,
t).ir trade I largo Hut ne ,!..'t aeeiiuiuU M to.-k M iim r al .p-ell sal,. I
UMurMia,lMK.l.irlmMt ' '"' ' "l' "V '' demand. of ..r-lrMt..
tthlrn iiripeti ')! t!ieK.xl, liemu-r they areelieai.
It Pays to Trace Under the Horseshoe!
We Havfc the Best Selection of Dry Goods in
Call on the Old Reliable.
N. X. T. P. O.
IRISHES Sc BOSS.
New York: Store,
M. KOHN & CO.
ORGANS TO RENT
"w. b. :m: -E .a. d
Extons Corn Mills.
Fine Gronnii an! Boltei C oro Meal .
Ground Corn and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
TKl:lt . II -MOM,
Anliiti.tx :ind Superintendent"!. OflUe In
'i8' liloek, Niililta, Klnni. t""L
i. w Mitir,
HkNnT. Livle liiillilln, nonglaa aienue,
Onlen tilled romllly
Telephone lo hlon t'lul
Or Ail.lrenj I nek II'H &,
ANTA FE BAKERY.
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Proprietors.
No. 40 Main Street,
THE NEW BELL HOUSE.
Fran! C. Sands representing tue l'ecr
lcfcs bell and machine works, of Ohio, has
just opened up a tine stock of fie hundred
farm, church and school bells, welshing
from Sj to 150 pounds each, at 11 Douglas
avenue. There bells are manufactured at
Newcomcrstown, Ohio , from the Lonsdale
crjstalfzed bell metal, and arc replaced by
new o ncs If they do not reach the merits
claimed (or them. To them are also at
tached a tire or accident patent alarm,
which improvement has ben made since
their introduction into Kansas. The alarm,
cry loud and distinct, is effected through
the agency of two side clappers, which are
worked bv nulling a certain trios to
which both arc attached.
Mr. Sands will soon start wagons through
the country working up a business, which
we predict will be easily done, as his. price
are quite low, an elgbty.the pound bell,
with an alarm, cottng only li. If a
larger fixed belt than Mr. Sands has iu
stock should bo desired.be would take
pleasure in sending to the manufacturing
house Tor it, as It is his wish to further the
interests of those who patronize him as
well as his own.
TRAIN TO KINGMAN.
The Cheney train will commence on Mon
day to run through to Klagmin, leaving
Wichita at 9 o'clock Instead or It a. m.
The return train will arrive at 4:46 p. ui.,ln
time to make connection with the train for
the east. Xo arrangements have been made
for handlins freight as yet west or Cheney.
Materials for White Dresses-the inexpena -ivo
and the costly kinds are shown cheer
fully to you.
10 Main Street.
C. AUGUST O lKrKU,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
BRICK AND STONE!--
Tartlet de-lrln; M.IewalL ! WlulIeM Ui
ililiK of ull le Mill d well UJ eall ttlid set
price. I-ee onlent at W. I' Mem'a iiIIk e i.n
Lawreuie jh , ninth i.r Ihiuxla.) ue. d-"-tr
J. A. HOLLENBERGER,
Pine gold fill
Iiil'4 Ik tflieflliltl
tvi ol a el. Dental moms lu K.vl
lii2lAaeniie, Wichita, Ka..,
'1..-H1 Kltrxited ullhout I'll I II
ArtiliciM teem lroni jtiniio
BOOT & SHOE MAKER
J3" Two 2oor F.amt af Trmnut
Attorney at I.w. Oimmeriln! til'1., WiPh
sI'A.M.KV .- NAM..
Atlnriieat La. Wielilta, Kjiiwh. Olliie
uer ( Itlzen' bank
i:. IS ItKNI..
I'lil-lcIaiiaiidSarBeoii. Olbrener Puller A.
W. V. WALK Kit,
Attxrnej it I-i" Oihre oxer limw" Na
L. P. "JltKltWOUD,
HeiilM Oillceln Perrall ltiilldln5iiiwlt
IH.itofliee. Jtnin i-treet, vHrlilti, Kaiaj.
reeth evtricieu wiinoni win j mm.-.. ..-
J. .1 CltlsT,
Architect and SnpTintendeul Ofl.ce, K111II
.i. . t iif.nla. iv.nti. 1itceetl 'lu-
H-kaaeini and I-HHrenre St , Wichita, han.
j. . 1101 TOV, '"'
HOl'irOS .V ISKNTI.K1,
it..niei. it Ijiiv OHlce oer lna N-
tiuDtllmik. Wlihiti, Kan
i'..irrtnr4xnilliuililer.on Hrit street, wet
il (ouniy iiuiKiiu.
J. P LM'CK,
Attornej at Iji, Wichita, Kiiiin-
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Attnie-at-li Oflice ner No. J-', -Mln
treet, Wichita, Kau.M. s-'-
Promptly Attended to en
HrpairlBfJ eatl- A Cbraplv Hone.
Pioneer Lumber Man!
Or Sedowick C'oontt.
KSTABL1SIIEI) IN 1870.
A Complete Stock of Fine Lumber,
I wj on a and
CJ- Ojlce x4 Vtrd Markrt SIrirt, brim
Iknql ,4reae snA rirU Strttt I'U
O H KIKK,
Attorney at Ijnr Hoom No. -. IJ iJinil
olUceUiliriln?, Wlclilia, Kanj-a.
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Civil Knjflneerand Iteat hitat Afnt l'"i
I.le blmk near Postofuce, W Ichlta. kana-
II AIT ON. i:il.LI-a PAIU-ON,
ATTOaSETi-AT-L. Wichita, Kaiin. -
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AttoknkTjit LAW,Wkhlt.5e'Uwlck ojuuty
Kan-ai OBice in CentenBlal Illoca .
lilt J c IlKAN,
IlKMisr. Itomu in Pleld bnlMin?, ilaln j
treet, .lt IlanlinsAH-hr. ":-Sl-
DK. L I0LK. '
!JKSTlr Offle over P.ame A m' lrn
ft.re, teotennlal block. W lej.lta. I-
. w. COLLI t, '"" " " I
COI.I.INt." A PIATT. !
Attomejs at Ijw. Will fraellee in l.th .Ute
ami Pcleral cnru OKr In Tm.U Wwk.
Main tret, ecr,nd tlrJ- north of I'mt- ,
oaJO". AVicblta. Kantn. j
-rock: & "WELLS. .
UNION MEAT MARKET !
Kreb lake ab conUntlr ro tasel Pamltjr
onlem a upecialtj- I-tf
Druggists and Grocers.
riRSTIU-OCI WEST OP TREMONT HOCSF,
SO & T2 I.tijla'i Are., "tVVhita, Ka.
The niotocrai'lier I1ctaTr in all !- and
trie lie aln carries the Snest .-Uwal
orirfctare frame in lb- city We Urn
friendly cali and eiamine utroj-lw
For Choice, Fresh
Falrlreatmenta! Il.meUI, ci".
CRAVEN & RHODES
fcoutb-tat frner of Iorl Ateone aJ
Martet -lrt. "
Wichita, - - Zassas
graatss Tardi af
Garden Plain At Harper.
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J. - y.
IJ'j hare in alock ti till iniurlmrut
Grand Army Uniforms!
.And (ho I'lior h
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H1 I . I V - &'
'St ugs - w s m ' 1
H V ntutrttiifrttflirTfr .
FasL Colors and Best Quality fK
Dini'l Id 11 n JO iik jiin uim lirltrre. tlmt yon
jttttwj mm lrtlcrjnr mori vi'tnry. .
GHt Hat Card, - 5c
Gilt Buttoiie, fxu io-, 4 oe.
One-Price Clothing House.
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