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PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
Whut liae become of the bastbjli club
Quite a number of lun citcrs v ere hold
to Sedgwick-count farmers jestcrdj.
The next regular meeting of tue county
commissioners wilt oecur on Monday, July
Chat.. SclinWcr is IiaIng a new uniting
put up in front of big Douglas a enue meat
The wheat barvest u ill begin this week
anil in ten davs a thousand self-binders will
Sedgnick count script is now, and for
the past eight 3 cars has been worth its lace
in curreucT. .
The "Wichita wbolcsale grocery house is
putting up a Iramc awning the full length
of the front of their store.
Several prairie schooners loaded with
railroaders, men and their families, paf-ed
through Wichita jestcrday.
The pay car of the A., T. & S. V. road
disbursed moue to about one hundred em
ployes in tbi city cstcrtlay.
Murray Mev crs sj) bis crn i" Attica
township is in tassel, audit will not be long
until ho will hae roasting ears.
man, and will undoubtedly find bin Invest
ment in the lumber trade in Ibis city a pav
Yesterday a fanner living about thirty
miles from the city sold his farm aud was
P-iid the cash lor it, at the register of
deeds' ollicc he receiving $2,450 in green
backs, lie proceeded to roll them up in a
paper, unking a bunch half as large as his
head, and went carelessly walking about
town with them in his hand. Had it been
in any other city than Wichita he would
probibly have been robbed before he
got three blocks aw-aj.
Mr. I. X. Miller, formerly or this city,
now ofliutlcr county, returned some time
since from a prospecting tour in the south
western counties of this stste. He is en
tire! satisfied with his observations, aud
Is now on his w ay back with the intention
ol pre-empting land in Edwards county.
Mr. Miller sa s that those counties will in
time pro; c valuable feeders for 'Wichita,
and that e en now the prairies arc dotted
for miles with the tents of settlers.
Capt..T. II. Cary lias the foundation laid
for a line brick lcsidcnce, on l.awicncc
avenue, opposite Hess" residence.
An immense lot of goods are bilng
shipped to the adjoining towns by the
Wichita wholesale grocer house.
1'atMikc, Win. I)ellu and Tho". Fitz
gerald, were e.ich assessed $ 5 in thr police
court yesterday for retting drunk.
New aw nings aro being put tip in lront of
.1. M. Allen .t Co V.; J. J". Allen's and .John
lihcr,s stores on Douglas avenue.
After contributing? 10 to the cit funds
in the police court eslerda, .Jomc l.lttlo
was allowed to go her way aud sin some
.Supciintcudcut Hammond was out at
(. bene and doddard Mond.i, taking the
initiatory steps toward orgatiiiuga school
district at each place.
The case of Thos. McCampbcll et. :d.. vs.
y. McCltes, is now occupig the attention
of the district court, a jury haing been
impaneled about noon.
The foundation will be commenced to
day or to-morrow for Mr. l.lack's new brick
block, to be erected on the cornel of Doug
las aud Topcka avenues.
The W. C. T U. heieby tender the ir
thanks to C. V. JNkrid'e for his fa or in
sending the- Kmporia Daily Kepublicau to
their reading room in this cit .
Mr. A. .1. Henley, the artistic painter
with Viuey, will commence to-da painting
n very hand-oine gliss sign on the windows
of Jocelyn X Thomas' real estate olhce.
J'.irmcis tell us that thorc never has been
a time in tho history of Kansas when the
fruit'treest weic so heavily loaded as at
the present time ; this I especially tiue of
The following tigures will show the le
ceipts and disbursements at the count
treasurer's ollicc up to the hour of closing
business cstcrda : Receipts, fl.ttSS.GT.
A very line photograph ot the ruins of thc
St. Nicholas hotel which burned in St.
Louis tho 4 tli day of last Januar, can be
een In the window of Vincy's paint shop.
It is a very fine picture, showing thc al
most superhuman efforts of thc tire depart
ment to save life and property, at a time
when thc thermometer was twentv-scven
degrees below zero. Scv eral or the firemen
arc represented as frozen fast to tlie lad
ders, where they remained until cut loose.
In the matter ot a plucky farmer our rep
reentati e probably heard but one side of
the story. The hundred men were not
afraid of being slaughtered, but thc over
seer had positive instructions to trespass
on no place when ordered or requested not
to do so. Mr. Freeman said that no man
must go to work on his place until he had
pay ror the laud, but thc truth is all legal
arrangements Ii.nl been made to pay the
condemnation price as soon as the sum
should bo legally determined.
Ilsrbcr County Indcc : We arc not in
clined generally to recommend a Republi
can newspaper as good Tor anvtliing, but
will break the rule now and say that thc
Wichita Daily K lot.i: is thc only daily that
taker the Associated Press dispatches that
reaches here the same day it is published.
It publi-hcs all the important news or the
day, and Is distributed here twenty-four
hours before any other daily paper. .Sub
scription price, one mouth, 7.') cents: three
months, 5.J : six month-, $4; one car, $3.
AddrcsM. M. Murdock fc liro , Wichita,
hency Journal. W. S. Uogcrs, photo
giaphcr from Wichita, came out one day
la't week, bringing his instruments with
him. He took forty ucgitives of stores,
G:nerzl Hatch Cone Dottn to thc Territory With
Orders to Remote the Boomers.
The associate dispatches of last week
announced that General Hatch had made a
report cov ering the entire situation in the
Territory. Monday night this paper was
informed that (iencral Hatch had received
his orders touching the settlers. The gen
eral went through this city yesterday
morning. From U. S. Deputy Mar
shal Williams who accompanied the
general down to Caldwell, and
who, in company with United States
Commissioner Shearman, returned last
c cuing we learn the following facts: Mr.
Williams sas that Gen. Hatch said that
his orders were positive and mandatory.
He will proceed with such force as he may
deem necessary to remove every man now
within the territory who is without a per
mit to remain, after which no one will be
permitted to cross thc line except such as
are armed with a proper passport. Camps
are to bo established at Caldwell, Hunue
wcll, Arkansas City and Coffeyvllle and a
full company of soldiers stationed at each.
Tho general further said In case there was
any armed or other rorciblc reslstcnco it
would not be well for those concerned, as
such an attitude would be attcuded with
mo gravest results, even though not
a single shot was fired upon cither
side. Po far as Marshal Williams could
learn it is tho Intention or thc department
to absolutely prohibit any further attempt
to settle the territory until congress shall
liavo taken some definite action, cither
sanctioning tlie settlement or prohibiting it
altogether. General Hatch was ask
ed what would be done with reference
to tko Texas border, he replied that there
was no danger from that quarter, thc set
tlers down there lacked tho enterprise or
were wanting in that spirit of adventure
which characterized the boomers.
If there is an mistake in the facts as set
rorlh above, then Mr. Williams railed to
under-tand thc import or the general's
conversation, for it is just as given to us.
Boys k Youths!
ine & Logan Nominated!
By An Overwhelming Majority!
A Sale For Your Benefit!
100 Linen Coats!
residences and general vicw. On his return
this week 1.0 so'd over a hundred dollars
worth of picture. Mr. Kogcrs is an enter-
prislnfi buincs man. Hi apparatus is new
and omprics all of the latest Inventions
and appliances ucd in photography.
Whenever an thing new comes out lie is
sure to get it, and in this way he will con
tinue to lead as for thc la-t two c.irs he
has led, the photographing business of this
part of Kana.
II. M. Overstrect, ofKmporia, is in tlie
C. Wood Davis sas he is red-Lot for
Wm. Willie was among thn Cheney ar
iiv.ilsctcnlay. O.K. Oidway, or Topcka, arrived in
A. H. Cook came up to Wichita vester
dav from Wmficld.
I'm. T. W. Woodward will preach at
Kus-ell hall, In this city, next Puuday
ev ening at & o'clock. Subject : "Liberty
andl.ovc." A cordial Invitation is ex
tended to ever bod.
We were oh" a little in a recent is-uc in
saing that oats would bo harvested net
week. It will be two or three weeks ct
before they arc i ipc, but they hav e ticad"d
out remarkably licavv".
Monday night aver bcav.v r?lniell about
live miles cast of here, which raised thc
water In Ojpxiiin r"ek about four fcct,ind
made the ground so wet that farmers had
to cease cultivating their corn.
Withi'i five ears Sedgwick county will
lead all other counties in the -tatc in popu
lation, aud within ten ears sho will lead
the state in wedtli. This is not blow.
Mark thc dates mid note tlicpicdiction.
Thc oat crop of Sedgwick county is sim
ply immense and immeasurable. 2so ap
proximate estimate can be undo of the
probable v ield. The crop vv ill be ready to
Inrv est before the wheat is fairlv oi'lolthc
Mr. F. Mark and sou have gone to Clear
water, where the piopoo rstahli-hing a
carpenter -hop. These gentlemen are each
line mechanics, and wo trust tlie will
meet with liberal orders in their new loci
tion. Joe ltife, of Illinois township, In ought to
tliecit etcrdi sit-cight head, twelve
wagon load of viry fine hogs, which av ri
nged nbout J Si pounds Ilo disposed of
them to Geo. livers for $l.r7J per hundred
Two cub bears came up from Wellington
Monda by thc Wells Fargo .V Co. pic-s.
They were consigned to AVinficld paities.
While at the ofllce lien' the attracted con
siderable attention and kept up i constant
light, much to thc amusement or the small
Tlio cHircns of Douglas aio miking ex
tensive preparations for soaring the ingle
on thc Fourth. Among othci attractive
features of the da will bo a G. A. I. ciinp
fiic, battery or artillery, glass ball shoot
ing and boit race, and ctonsivc fireworks
Wc would SU?ge-t to thc cit fathers the
propriety of taking some steps townrd
mimhcilng the houses in Wichita at tho
next regular meeting of the council, which
will take place Monda night. Noarl ev
ery one, propert -owners and all, would
favor such a step.
The ballots cist at the railroid election
held iu Waco township Monda, wore
turned over to Hie county clerk cs(erda.
The proposition of voting bonds w a-defeated
by fourteen uallots. The count
e-ommissioncrs will meet in special -esjon
Friday for the purpo-c of making the olh
cial count of said veto.
The last half ol thc tav for thc vcar lssSS
is due and jmablc on thc 20th lust. If not
paid by tint dite, aCvo per cent, penaltv
will be attached. Farmers arc aw arc of
this fact.andas acoii-equcncoarecomingup
to tho treasurer's otlicc and settling a U
evidenced by tliedaih rceeiptsat that otlicc
published clcw hero.
At tlje dedication of thc Methodist
church at Cartwnght, lat Suudav, a sub
scriptloifeo! something over $1,000 was rais.
eu. Jiiccuurcii coi ?i,(!Hi, lue iujinviu
of which is now mostly provided for. Mr.
V. C. Cartw right w as in the cit yesterday
collecting subscriptions to the church, and
we are pleased to say, met vvith vct fine
The lumber oflice of J. T. Carpentei A;
Son, in Valley Ceutci, was burglirized at
about two o'clock Monday night, thc
thieves cllccling an entrance to the ollicc
by pring the front door from its hinges.
The combination lock to thc safe was bro
ken of), evidently b the aid of a 'ledge
hammer taken from a blacksmith shop uoar
b. Thc lock was forced hick by means of
a cold chisel, and powder put into tlie
crevice aud the steel front blow noil, making
the sliding or tho bais and opening or the
sate an easy matter. From a small drawer
was taken lift silver dollars, five doll irs in
small silver and three five dollar bill, be
sides notes amounting to about 1 90o, most
of whicli were drawn in favor or Cirpentcr
Sou. 'I he burglais went through a lot
of other papers, overlooking one note of
$1,000. Dwight l.cach and his brother, thc
latter cmploed lu thc ollicc, who live onh
a few rods fiom the place of thc
burglar, heard tho explosion and
hastened to the ollicc, but on
reaching theic they found the door icsist
cd their effort to enter, and as ail was
quiet, returned home again, thinking that
they might have been mistaken. Dr. J. F.
Uichardon, who occupies an ofiice near,
was up until a late hour seeing a patient,
and coming homo rather tired, w cut to bed,
and was not awakcuded by the noise. It is
thought that thc thieves were in the ollicc
when the lleachcs went there, and that
they held the door from thc inside. Noth
ing rurthor was thought or thc aflair until
ctcrd.i morning when oung Carpenter
went to the ollicc and found things as
above dcsciibed. There Is no clue to thc
WE WILL CELEBRATE.
At their meeting last evening Garfield
post G. A. K. fully determined to take im
mediate st(ps towards a Fourth of July
cclcbiatiou.aud now that they have tuktn
hold of it, we can confidently look forward
to a fine time on that diy, as the G. A. K.
bosdo not do things bv halve. Thev
were somewhat dl-appoiutcd in not occur,
ing Itiver-idc puk a tho place for holding
thc celil.iation, in aMiiuch as thc proprie
tor of thc park had s,-nllied his willing
ncos to let his grounds, free or
ehaige, lor that occasion. YeMcnli,
however, when he was called upon bv Col.
Stewart, lie seemed to hive forgotten his
former intentions, and wanted to chaigc
the G. A. K.'s 100 for about one-third of
the paik, and that portion wheic
tin re are no scats or stands, and a a ton
oiquence the old soldiers arc hot, and oij
that the cin find Mine place out of doors,
where the k-mi have a picnic on the Fourth
aud not be lcqiiircd to pa $100 foi the
privilege, and wc guess thev are about
A. C. L. OF M., COLORED.
The colored M i-otis of this city h ive per
fpcted arrangcniouto for a grind entertain
ment to be given on M. John" da, June
21, lb. Among the mmv interc-thi' fea
tures of thc occasion will be a brllli uit
street parade at C.'iJ o'clock in the evening.
Tlie procession will form on the corner of
DoUKias avenue and M dn street, marching
through the piinclp il sticets to thc opera
house, where thc mase will be treated to
addresses by J. M. Ilrowu, of Misiiippi,
and others. There will lie music, toasts,
etc , by local and other tileut. Ample lc
frcshiiiouts will be served, ind the div'sc
oicises will conclude with grand ball.
The committee ol at ran.; i ment is compos
ed ortho follow nig gentlemen. O. A. Clark,
John Hell, Albert llilbert, .loshui Kobin
oon and Joeph Kichic. George Turin r i
sccretai and fhouia Glover W. M.
Chas. Cadrcy, of Seneca, is stoppiu
the Douglas avenue.
Deputy IT. S. Marshal James Smith, ar
rived in tlie city csterdiy.
(5. M.Ordvvay, of Sterling, registered
at the Tremoiit cstcrday.
Geo. II. Ill ackw alder or Wellington,
was in the city esterday on business.
.John Goodgcon bought a new hat es
tcidiy morning and left for Kansas City.
Mr, i:. p. Hotlman, we are sorry to
say, is ling quite ill athcr honieon Market
II. W. Fond, a prominent ofliccr ot tho
G. A. It., arrived in Wichita last evening
fiom Ft. Scott.
Mr. Nugent and dtughtcr, oT Cheney,
came down to Wichita esterday on a
Miss Maud Dudle, or Kldorado,
spent last Sunday with Mis Kleta Law
rcucc, or this city.
A. F. Carpenter and Dr. J F. Ui.lninl
son, of Valley Center, made ihu Hviii.i: a
pleasant call last evening.
A. C. Acr, or Xevv YmU ity, airivid
in Wichita Csterda. on a visit to his
brothcr-in-1 iw, O. D. Kai t.i s.
.Miss Ama l'a-tou, oi "1 Sedwitk
Cit 's most charming young ladie, is in
tlie city, thc guest or Miss A'tic Smith.
II F. Osboinc, ol Mu'vane, was in tlie
cit cstcrdiy. ISu s,,j n,(.j arcgoing to
h tve a grand time thcie on the Fourth ol
W. T. Hdvv aids and famil, .r Wnll
lugton aie in tlie lit visiting at tho resi
dence or Mr. il. IEoy, father-in-law of Mr.
Mis-es Ilardcitlc and Corhin, two of
Ilmporia's fair daughter, passed through
the city ostcrday on their wa to Welling
ton, w here they go on a v i-it to friends.
- II. G. Uiisscll llsq., a prominent attor
ney ot llurlingamc, who i noted asa witty
speaker, and who is a son-in-law of Col.
John Uussell of this count, spent ester
day in thc city.
Mr. Geo. II. Fills, editor of the King
man Citizcn-ltcpublicau, accompanied by
his father, II. W. Filliy, a merchant of
ltiirlingamc, Osage county, came in from
Kingman cstciday evening aud made us a
pleasant call for old acquaintance sake.
have another rail-
INNEo & ROSS NOMINATED AND ELECTED!
And have held their office for the last eight years under the Horseshoe, as the
Old Eeliable Cheap-Selling Dry Goods Store!
-,,,.; Of the Booming Valley of Valleys!
- fri -t -;.A
Leading- Dry Goods House of the Great City of Wicifita
With Its 13,000 Inhabitants.
Who sold you goods when you were poor?lnnes & Ross. Who trusted you when you were broke ?-lnnes 4t Ross.
Who is entitled to your trade now when you are richF-Innes ft Rosa
MES & ROSS. N.X.T.P.0.
This Morning', June 17th!
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
Silk gloves, lac mitts, and pretty
shapes in ladies' neckwear at very reason
10 MUNSON'S 10
10 Main St.
Oae lot of Piuiej,
Oik lot of Pint.
Ok loUrlifiail rkntn, i9r,
Om lot Freri Ariifiral Rowm, 99r, nortk
from $100 MW0.
At a regular mcvtinj: of tiii'lunnrreiu
soctotj, Lold .a the opera liotie .Momt.n
comns, tlie folloninjr olliccr. were eleetcil
for the uisiiinj; sj mouths : ,. Wastier,
lire-iUent ; Otto Kopjiliu, uoe-nrcsldent;
A. Wtegami, secrttarj ; Hinrj l'.oltc ami
loc Gertcis, treasurers; .lolm Wciseir
pluh, Jaitor. Tir-t comtunuler. George
Kroeneit; -eennj ctimmanilir, Fritz
jsclinitzler ; manager ofojiera house. Ceo
Kronen; tru-teo (hut uno clcc(eti) .lack
Iliant7; comiuittfeon ickucs treasurer.
Henry Uoltc, .lohn llr.iil-ch and Krcd
Wellington will soon
1'raiiK Mie.7eII started yesterday for a
month's Nit in Colorado.
.1. I). Dcfker is building a residence on
NoitU W asliingtou acuue.
Our city 11 full of school ma'ams. Insti
tute is in session.
V.. l'riend cut ids wheat je-terdaj, aud
S until 1 llain aud scvcial others are cutting
.1. V. M.iddu, i. 1.0'ucll and .lames
Ki win 'ontrihute1 sit liic dolbrs to the
suppoit ot the fit) Saturda for kcejdiiK
Ihu Methodist Miuday -chool will go bj
special train to Winlield to-morrow, start
ing at eight o'clo k. The Willinglou Innil
and -er.il hundred people will picuic
tittle to-moirow If it is i ptciaut day.
ixt-Iioeiits procures at ound trip tick
et. Purtrjnri?. T. Wood was up estcrdaj
day from Fall City and stated that ocr the
hundred attcudul the colony meeting there
iiondaj. Hon. W. J I.ingcnfeltcr and a
pirtx oftwiutj were to meet Wood jistcr
daj at Fall Cit) and locate claims.
Mr". McDonald and Mrs. Walrulh, of
mill hi, came o cr j etcrday and will re
main guet at A. (ir.-ilfi until to-morrow,
w hen they expect to return oil the sabbath
Xolwith-tandlncthc tinnletsjiit mornimr
the banil and a good reprcscntilion of the
l'resbjteri in chool went out to Slate Val
le to the picnic jcstcrdiy.
HO, FOK MINNEAPOLIS.
gANTA PB BAKERY.
Santa Fe Bakery!
Bread, Cakes, Pies, Jumbles, Yeast, Etc.
& SCOTT, Proprietors.
Lara Lot of Faille'
Hon at 9c : worth rroin
LxIIm' Italbrlnnut and rncr Ilo. (.cinls)
tl9cj worth from 30 to S5e
IjiUIm' Black and Fancy I.Ulo Hom at ;
laulim' Silk Hose, black aud faocy eolort. at
1.49; worth il So.
(JtntUnwn'a niack ami Faaoy LUU Hair Hum
atWc; worth !..
Uailcrwtar at Itir i
llata Irani 3tuV; w..rh
MUm' Vtrtcj IIiimi at He ; worth Tc
No. 40 Main Street,
Ycstcrdaj morning considerable amuse
ment a8 afforded to a large crov.il, which
gathered on the corner of Main and Ioug-
las to witness the antics of a balkey joung .imq SLIDES.
team of horses belonging to .1. T. Holmes.
Jlr. H. handled the ribbon- and the more T1'c following arc the real estate transfer,
lietlroehis horses the more tliej didn't rccorJ1 iu lUe ?'" of deed.' ofiice
go. In fact they gnath resembled thei,'unc1'
Democratic partv. Thev weren't mucli on I -A'BlIik0" -Me.y to Thomas Horton, Hi
, t I i . . ' ., . . , acres in w hf of sw orscc'.T-'JT 1 w. 3.100
going ahead, but tlie were lightning ou Acx L Forvha t0 Walter l'ratt. N '
On the -1st of uet month a purt wilt
Icaxe Wichita to attend thc national en
campment of the O. A. 11. at ilnueapoli,
Minnesota. Tickets lor the round trip,
good forthirt das, will be sold.it aiot
or le-s than J20.CO. Cheap excursions
will be nin from there to the numer
ous lakes and place of public resort,
where the tishing ami boiling is tine?
the air pure and bracing and the accommo
datlons firt-c!as Kan-a-will be out in
force, and we hal! like Wichita to be fair
ly represented Department Commander
Fond estimates that tully 3,u00 Kaus.in
will take adumtageof the opportutilty.and
help swell the innumerable throusthat will
be there from all parts of thc I'nion. In
order that proper arnngement can be
made for the accommodation of thoe who
may determine to go from here, it would
bo adisabie to hand in your name to thc
undersigned bj Julyl. "M.sjtkwakt.
Chairman of Committee.
DETERGENT PERSPIRATION POWDER
For the hands and feet. A sure cure for
thi ofleushe and annoying affliction.
Warranted to rcliexc at once and cure with
a few applications. Sold only at Lawrence's
drug htore. 20-w-f-s
Halng this day disposed of the l!rinke7
i!offnstcm of treatment to Dr. E. Y. Mun-
sell, of this pl.no. I therefore ask of all my
former patients to correspond and trnnt
with him in tlie future, and all lulls will be
pajable to him. Die. f. K. I.aiton
Wichita, Kau...fuuc 14, lSi.
Dr. Munsell being an experienced oper
ator in the cure of piles and all rcital dis
eases, now that he has the llrinkerhoff
system we bepeak for him a large practice
in filch diseases a well as in those ot his
To tlie people of the city of Wichita :
Wait for two weeks ami I will guarantee
jou photographs neer before surpas-ed iu
thc city ami prices that will atoni-li you.
I in ike h trip to Chicago and If necessary
to Xew York for thc right man.i
W-l W. S.itor.Kiisi.
P0PKESS &. WAKEFIELD
Have tlie well Known MrAlcster coal,
which N equal if not Mijinrior lo
the (y'.inon City.
Ve advise all our readers to give h
a trial, as this linn will keep it on hand
TKHRV 4 DUMONT,
Architect and Superintendent. Office In
Itojg' block, Wichita, Kbnsa. 2-tf
Istit. Fale building, i)ongla avenue,
1IARKIS A IIARKIS A FIRKUAUMIt,
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wich
STAM.KV 4 WALL.
Attorneys at Iw, Wichita,
over Citizens' bank.
K. II BE.VTZ,
l'liyflclan and Surgeon. Onlreorer Fuller
W. F. WALKKU,
Attorney at Law Office over Kansas Na
J. 51. HALDKU3TOK,
Kansas Ofiice In Centennial lilock.
Parasols, Fans, Embroideries, Etc., Etc.
Many Other Bargains. Goods Arriving Con
stantly. Come and See Us.
128 Dtiglas Areiie, - WIfUta, ..
is T gV S
Go to the Cheap Cash Store, Doiijj
liis avenue, one door west of Citiens'
Hank. Inruiiohhv suit and low nrirn
1-f . T. V. CoVKKI.ALr
I have 2-10 acres of pasture, two anil
one-half miles from (ho city, all well
feneed. plenty or food water. Cattle
pastured at C5 cents per month.
If K. P. Foiti.
O. I.. Kloos has one of the mot pleasant
lee Cream parlors in the cltj. Ills Ice
Cream Is firt-c!is. First door north of
Kiunerly X Adams' uiarblp works. -3t
For nice, sweet, well-cured pickled pork J
go to .1. 51. Allen A: Co. jm
A good tock of groceries the bet
corner in thc city, for sale by the M'ichlta
Land ,t Loan Co. ntf
Ji hundred tons of Little Kitcr ice. In
Hire at Kansas State Hank 2Mf.
jour grocer lor
It i delicious.
Maon fruit jars by ll.c dozen or case at
l'ollock X 1'carceV 2.VC
Our books arc now open for hard coal
order. Look out what you buy. Wc hate
the celebrated Franklin coal from the
Wllkeb-irre, Pennylanla Collieries, and '
the Colorado anthracite coal, the bet hard
coals in the market. Wc baic jut receiv
ed a -ample car load from the Pennsylvania
mines. Come and look for yourselves be
fore you give your order. It will pay jou.
We mean what we say.
20tf. II VCKKP. X JjlCksO.V.
Jlr. A. C. llrokau, for a long time one ol
the proprietors of the Aikansa- Itiver
lumber yard in thi city, and v ho sold hi
interest to II. L. l'eck". of Oshkosh, Wis-
..... I, nltntll . ......itlt .... ..aa. t.i... a
to-day lor W.i-hington territorj where be
will make III future home. We are sorrj j
to lose 5lr. II. Irom our buslncs circles, but
hope he will meet with much succe iu tlie
far west. Mr. l'eck, his successor, has the
appearaucc or an energetic joiing business
acres Iu the w In s nr sec l-2tK1 w
C A Greene to Walters i'ratt, 4 acres
in sec 1-.0-3 w
K W Iean to W 3lcllenrj. parcel
of land ou sw corner of sw or of sec
1G-2J-3W . ......
(1. It. Ilojd to Hubert Orth, lots laud
t! aud the s hf ot thc ne qr ot 2 20-3
1 C Kcrsbner to (Jeo II lltack elder,
IfiO acre-, uw tjr of S2-2;M west.
1' V Kcjley to J I) Turnbull, lot 10S
on Tcas avenue In Wichita..
arah Waller to,T V3Iead.tO acres
In tlicshfol thc ne qr ol 2I-2.V1
fct . ... ... ......... ...
WATCEKASS2 & SSPAI2SE.
Slafb-an's'OM Shad. Vaia Sired.
All p5s Cr-t-claii
A good girl to do hou-e work in a family
or three persons. Good wages. Inquire
at the office or the rcgiler of u"eed, or at
the residence or II D. Ilelvserman, on the
corner of Third and Water street. iitf.
A good rirur hnsinc for sale. For
particular enquire of limes & Ho.
llaeker & Jackson havo made ar
raiiciiicnt4 with the Fort Scott Flag
Stone Co. to liaudle their flagging.
We arc now prepared togive prices on
all kind- of sidewalks and residence
walk- in the city. All work warrant
ed to give satisfaction, in the gray or
Due stone. Hackkii & Jackson,
Any per-on wi-hing to implov a
nurse can do o hy applving at 'the
residence ot Mr, ijohn on South ilain
treet. Mits. A. O. Lake.
15 to Ovv
Itohert Jack., proprietor or theStar
Clothiug House, is the pioneer cloth
ier of the Valley, i-tf
Men's and bo-' Clothing lower than
mc iowc-i at me star Clothing iiou-e.
H.v, Cap and gents' furnishing
good- at the Star Clothing Ilou'c,
sign of the big etsr. Mf
L. K. ailKUWOOIl,
IirntUt. Office in Farrall nnlldlagovpotlU
Hiitoflic. Main strrct. Wichita, kanaaa.
Trrth rxtractnl without pain by nltroaoxlil
J. J. CRIST,
Architect and Snirlntenilrnt. Office, Kmll
Werner' block, Doiutlait avrnur, btwtn To
xkavnne and Lawrrnrr St., Wichita, Kan.
1. 1. iioisTov, r. w Bixrur.
HOUSTON A nBNTI.EY,
Attornrra at Uw OlEc ovfr Kama. Na
tional bauV, WichlU, Kan.
Cou tractors and bulhl.n, on Flrt trrt, west
of County Imll'llnfr.
J. '. LAtCK.
Attorney at Ijiw, Wichita, Kansas.
K. C KL'CCiLKS,
,ttorny-at-law Ollic ovrr No. 21, Main
Strrtt, Wiriilta, Kansu.
O. I) Klltk',
Attmfrt Ijw Itoom No. 3,
ollic tiulMlDK, vMchlU, Kansu
J C IIEKKIMi,
Civil KnjrlnwraDd Ileal KsUt A
pic hlick nr l'ostufllrt, Wichita.
i; 3 Iu.l
UK J C I)KAN,
Iiotist. Iteomi in rirld bnlldlog,
strrrt, opsite lUrdln; A Kl.btr'.. 12
IR. W I. ItOYLE.
I)tvriT Omc. ovrr TlaniM X
store, Centroolal block, Wichita.
COLLIS1H, KOBT J riATT
COLLTNf.s i. I'lATT,
All'irn.s at Lav. Will practice In l.-lh tlate
ami IVlrral coarts Office In T.mple block.
Mala strt, second sUlrway nnrlii of VoM
oSce, Wichita, Kansas.
The It.ftoirraihr Hctom In all aliea and
style He also carrtet the fineot aeaortrsent
of picture frames In the city (lve hint a
friendly call and eiamir. tbmple il-J-tf
tr tisi are jrotr e to liuy a Watch,
ll! am o nil
It 1 1 o n ,
co ami see
ha anything yoo want you can save roonej bv
".". "i iwu utrin wj oi irrraoui
e poircjo liuy Walch. (
fj you to
er, for if he
No use i sigbicg for something good to
eat when by stepping in at Fuller Son'a
you can get a can of Loomis .t Allen
Go to A. It Core for pure ice cream
and Peruvian beer the best in thc
'BROWN & CHALLia
MAKERS Ot" TUE CELEBRATED
For Choice, Fresh
lalrTrratnient act Iloneet Goods, jroUi
CRAVEN & RHODES'
Ssioth-eait Corner cf IScajrlas Aveane aa
Market street. l-tf
nonse, next to Mederlander's .laa J ottice, it J uoor "'
iMioglu avenue. Wichita, Kansas. -tf workl.
Ourclty trade bating largely increased
we have added i second wagon, and are Dcire to Inform tbeclttiectof Wkilu that
now able to deliver frooJs promptly. j taeywill continue toJo thelrworkat the prtces
Vt pmIn.r s. W. , lra.lr e.tabIlshe-1. and Intend to remain In
-V rotXOCK 4 PlLiRCC. Ith.dtyirhere they a be Leld to a strict ac-
eoout for tie fulfillment of tielr CMbwu.
. Kloos has a new soda fountain. Go t "J" '""-crow
C L. Kioos has a new soda fountain. Go I , strcet-crowiBir on Douglas arecue, cad all
wtten you want a cool orink. Fltst to any otber of the itn5. Call on oa wfcll at
mo oi ivinneriy .v Adams marble I ,wor- "m pnet. omrm at lis uaoar-
T II BVAW
W. S. CIIALLll
. A. HOLLENBEROEB,
Teeti extracted witaovt bain Ta ftM UU
Inri a specialty ArUficlal teeus Irom ttttUt
lUtjm a set. Ieaia roonu Is Laria' lAocm.,
Docj-l&s aeesne, Wichita, Kaaaa. v-ls-tf
0 Z i
o 8 7
We have in stock it full auitrtment oj
Grand Army Uniforms!"
$h s r
And thr Pricr (i
"a V-" .
We ijltirnntrr themy
Fast Colors and Best Quality!
iMn'l Irl nnyottr rtuilr ynu Lelirre that you
tjtlttntj ni better Jitr nuire wttney.
GHt Hat Cords, -Gilt
Buttons, pcf tioz.,
I F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Hufttxag sti retei am rrasoxaUe senav.
COR-VER HltST t MALV, WICHITA. KANSAS.
One-Price Clothing House.
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