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M M MUROOCK & BROTHER, Proprietors.
ERSOKAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
the ball at tbe opera bouse
To-day is our 103th anoi entry as an in
The south bound Santa Fe passenger wsb
oer two hours late yesterday.
The excursion to Clearwater today will
i.nlnronlv Tmrtlplnntpll In llV lllC lCOI)le Of
I.astnl?iitwasacn- lone and tedious
one for the small boy with a new bunch of
If one may judge from thenuhiberof
flags to be seen on tbc streets, w icuua is a
cry patriotic city.
At the close of ycslerdaj's session of the
district court tbc jury were discharged tin-
til Monday morning.
A cry enjoyable time Is anticipated at
the ball to be gh en by the Knights of Labor
at tbo skating rink, this earning.
Tickets arc now on sale at the postofflcc
book store for the Sunday school excursion
to to Kldorado on the ICth Inst.
The infant child of Dr. Ward died at an
early hour jcr-tcrday morning, and was
burled at four o'clock in the afternoon.
Zoo Jllller and Stella Parker paid $10 each
into the police court jc-tcrday for the
prhllcgc of remaining inmates of bawdy
Jlo-t of the stores of the city will close
their doore at noon to-day, in order to al
low all employes to uac a little recreation
and a good de.il of Kourtb.
Derby JL Co. reoi etl a ". cry nice package
from tbc cast yesterday by Welle, Fargo Sl
Co.'h exprc-t. It was a large header and
weighed, MO. 'I he express charges wcie
The water in the Ms r'ver rose Uite
perctplibly jesterda), and it was feared by
sonic that we were goiug to hae an over
flow. Fortunately such fears were not
.Mr. Carlisle, who lics about ten miles
west of the city, has sold his farm and wiil
brine his familv to Wichita to reside. He
expects to engage in some branch of busi
In place or the regular union temper
ance meiting, the several pastors will dis
cuss the temperance question in some of
its man) phases, next Sunday night, from
their own pulpits.
The superintendent of the JI. E. Sunda)
school desires a lull attendance of the
school Sunday, when more definite ar
rangements will be mado for the excursion
and picnic to be given July 1C. Let every
one bo present.
A heavy real elate transfer occurred in
In this cllj yesterday belw-ien Dr. Lcvvil
len and Amoiu Jlouck, the consideration
lion being rlU.OdO The land purchased by
Mr. Iliiuck lies in section 17-27-1 west.
John Dillon, who came in from Gypsum
township yesterday, reports a very heavy
rain htorm in that Mction Thursday night.
Water fill in such quantity as to cover the
surface of the ground, being one and two
inches deep in places.
The funeral of Louis GocrniJii took place
Tliursdav morning from bis late residence,
audwas largely attended by friends and
relatives He was buried tinder the auspi
ces of the I. 0. O. I, of which he was a
Wo are credibly informed that at the
next meiting of the city council that body
will lake some action in regard to number
ing the houses of Wichita, and It is quite
likely measures to that end will be adopted.
Suili a course would meet with general ap
proval. Mrs. Louis Coennan requests us to re
turn her thanks to friends, neighbors aud
mcmbTs or the I. O. 0. F., for sympathy
extended and kind acts extended during
the illness of her husband and at the fun
The "old man" of the Wichita Kaui.k
seuns to have recovered his "fighting
weight since he started a daily, and tbo
air in the neighborhood of his olllce is blue
Willi sulphuric vapot. lie has not only
dressed down the Kepublican or this city
in good shape In the la-l Tew day s, but he
has knocked the Oklahomo Chief "out of
time." Sail In, old man, we will hold your
coat and specs. Kuiporla News.
The Topcka Capital, of yesterday, says
that two pisscngers on the Santa Fe from
the west presented special land buyer's
tickets lor l'olo, III., whieh they had
bought from a scalper at Wichita. As the
names assigned did not "gibe" with their
names, the tickets were taken up and
they bought tickets to their destination
The tickets referred to are signed by the
original purchaser and consequt ntly un
transferable. One of tho handsomest and most artistic
.signs in tho city now adorns tho front win
dow of Jocclyu .V Thomas' real estate olllce
on Douglas avenue. The design is new
an J original, aud cuibiaLci the "Sunflower
Seal" of the linn, which was gotten up by
Mr. Jocelvn. Tho work i most artistic
tnroughout, and we doubt if there Is a
handsomer ghss sign lu the state. It reads,
"Jocclyu .t Thorn-is, the old reliable real
estate agency." It attracts a great deal o!
attention, and U admired by -ill who have
If ut little wue-tl has been threshed as yet
in this county, but what his is of excellent
quality ami heavy yield. Several fanners
arc making preparations to thresh their
crop very shortly, aud were in tbo city yes
terday ttying to contract It. Xouo of this
year's crop has jet been marketed, hut
probably w ill be In a few day s. It w III v ary
in price from70 to 00 cents per bushel. It
will pay farmers not to be too hasty ut dis
posing of their wheat, as the chances are
that it will bring a better piice in a few
weeks. Yesterday afternoon 31 r. X. F. Nieder
lauderwas waited upon at his Douglas
avenue office by a rather unexpected aud
not altogethei welcome female visitor, who
for the noiice neatrd general consternation
among vi-itor, bookkeepers and ilcrk.
'Squiro Martin win tbc only one who re
tained presence or mind enough to take in
the situation, and jump on top of the safe.
The v i-itor looked tierce and stormy, aud
as if she wanted to cat somebody or some
thing. It was an infuriated fuiule bovine
who had broken away from its driver, and
came tearing into tho otlice.
Yesterday afternoon a committee ol our
leadiug merchants called upon a new cloth
ing merchant in the city, who has been in
the habit of keeping open his place of busi
ness until a later hour at night than Is cus
tomary, aud requested him to conform to
the old and generally recognized custom of
closing at 7 p. in. They w ere courteously
received, but failed to elicit a definite an
swer either way. We trust the new mer
chant will carefully consider the matter,
and conform to the custom, otherwise all
stores in tho ci.y will be obliged to kiep
open their places or business until 9 or 9:30
o'clock at night.
Tbe attention ot the manager or proprie
tor of ltivcrside park is called to the fact
that a complaint has bjen lodged with this
office of two men entirely nude exposing
themselves in the presence of ladies who
were t lilting the park on Wednesday even
ing at about & p. m. It seems that these
men went into the lake with suits on, but
came out without them, making demonstra
tions to attract the attention of the ladies.
This complaint come from a perfectly reli
able business man, who tald he is person
ally conversant with the- facts. If such a
thing occurs again without the arrest of
tbc guilty parties, we will warn our readers.
THE FOURTH OF JULY PISTOL.
What it it that tbe playful boy
Delights in as bis dearest tor,
And flourishes in guileless Joy?
What shatters then bit little band
And tends him to tbe Happy Land
To join tbe bright angelic band?
What ia it that tbe youth to gay
l'oiuu at bit sister Jott in play.
And never with Intent to May?
What is it, to bit great surprise.
That shoots ber right between tbe eyes,
And sends her tailing to tbe tkies?
What is it, in a crowded street,
Policemen pull when rogues tbey meet.
To stop the rascal's flying feet?
What it it, reckless and untamed,
That misses him at whom 'tis aimed ?
While some one else Is killed or maimed?
What Is it that with deadly will
For months will lie to snug and stil,
That no one fancies it would kill?
What is that at last picked up,
Or carelessly allowed to drop,
Some precious breath will surely stop?
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Programme of ErcrcUea at the Laying of the
Corner Stone of the New Catholic Church.
The corner stone of tbc new Catholic
church or this city will be laad on Sunday'
July 0, at 4 p. m., by St. Kcv. L. L. 31.
Fink, O. S. B. I. G., bishop, of Leaven
worth, Kansas, who will be assisted by
a number or Catholic clergymen of tin
Tbe procession will form at Kussil Hall,
Main street, at 2:30 p. m. sharp.
The senior officers of each societies and
band will report to the chief marshal, Capt.
J. J. Moben, of the brotherhood of St.
Joseph, who will assign them their places
in the procession in the following order:
1. Chief marshal mounted.
2. Senior ofliccr or each society mount
ok. .". Altar Jloys.
4. Wichita Guards and brass band.
r. G. A. It. drum corps,
(iraud Anny of the Republic.
Knights of Labor.
Urolherhood ol St. Joseph.
Young Ladles' Sodality.
l tar Society.
Children in wagons.
Clergy iu carriages.
The press in carriages.
Citizens in wagons.
IS. Citizens In wagons.
19. Citizens in wagons.
The Altar boys will form on the west side
of Main street, north of Itussellhall.
The baud anil Wichita Guards will foim
ou Main strict, north or First.
The G. A. K. will form on the south side
of First street, right resting on Main,
Tho Turin erein society will form on the
south side ol First street, right resting on
Main, racing west.
The firemen will form on the north side of
First street, right rcstlug on 3I.iin, facing
Knights ol Labor will form on the w est
side ot First street, right resting on .Main,
lliothirhooil of St. Joseph will form on
JIaiu street, right resting on First, facing
Holy Angels Vouug ladies.
Sodality and Altar society will form at
ltussell ball and move immedlatily after the
brotherhood, the prc-s, citizens in iar
riages, wagons, etc. will fall In after tbe
Line of Manh From llussill hall to Oc
cldcntal hotel and counter march ; thcuco
south ou Main street to Douglas avenue;
theme east on Douglas avenue to L'mporia;
thence north to Central avenue ; thenee
cast to Fourth avenue; thench south to
Catholic church, where each society will
bo assigned Its place. All arc invited to
participate in the procession. By order ot
Hkv. G. 31. 1Cki.lv, Pastor C. C.
Cait. J. J. Moiien, Chief Marshal.
J as. Stju toiiD, Secretary.
P. Tiimblc, of Keokuk, Iowa, Is in the
S. W. Homer lame in from Parsons
F. Foster lame down from Sedgwick
J. F. Bacon, of Newton, was on tho
C. A. Ittalr, of Saratoga, Kansa, was
in the city yesterday.
Ksquire J. ",11. Brown, of Wichita,
township, called yesterday.
S. D. Storrs, a prominent business nun
or Topeka, is stopping at tho Treinont.
W. 11. Prout, of Indianapolis, Is in the
city prospecting for a business opening.
(J. VT. C. Jones will go to Sunny Dale
to-day, where he is engaged to deliver an
Mr. and Mr. Frank Smith, ot the Dea
con, have gone to Chicago, and will remain
there until alter the Democratic conven
tion. Mr. and Mrs. County Clerk Ford, who
have been visiting friend in Illinois ami
Iowa for some time, are expected home
X. F. N'lcderliiidcr, who returned yes
terday from a trip to Manner county, re
ports all crops looking very tine In that
county, and farmers ill the midst or har
vesting. Mrs. It. J. McKliu, wbo was called cast
sometime ago on account of the serious ill
ness of her uncle, returned home Irom St.
Louis Thursday. Her uncle died before
her arrival at his home.
W. II. Turner, of Kokomo, Indiana, is
In the city looking up a location to start a
factory tor the manufacture of tbe Laundry
Queen Ironing table, fine mouldings, shelv
ing!, brackets, etc. We(trustbe will find
a desirable place, and will soon have his
factory iu operation.
Mr. J. 31. Derr, of Garden Plain, who
was married Thursday evening, was in tbe
city yesterday, and left his compliments at
this office in the shape of a lot of fine
Hav anas. Mr. Derr Is one of the rising
young men of the county, and we wish him
and his happy bride all possible success and
Mr. and Sirs, ltudolpb Hatfield return
ed Thursday evening trom an extended
journey In the east. They visited friends
in New York and other large cities. 31 r.
Hatfield says that now here did he see crops
that could compare with those of Sedg
wick county. Kvcn in tbc famous and fer
tile Gcnesse valley crors arc poor compar
ed with those of Kansas.
Miss Olllc Botts, one of the salesladies
at3unson's dry goods house, left ou the
Fort Scott aud Wichita railroad yesterday
morning for a vacation. She will visit
friends at Fort Scott and elsewhere, and
have a rest and general good lime for sev
eral weeks, which she greatly needs, as sho
has applied herself closely to business for
3Ir. Iturson who was coming through
Jesse Stone's berry-patch yesterday morn
ing halted long enough to pick a pint or the
largest raspberries that probably ever
grew. Mr. Stone said they were tbe
"Gregg" berry. On first seeing them we
thought they were tbe old-fashioned dew
berry as tbey averaged each from 2 to 3
inches in circumference. It takes "mighty
few" ol such berries to make a pie or short i
An accompntneu penman arrneu 1 it mis
city yesterday Irom Indiana, and will be an
applicant for teacher ot penmanship in our
scuoois. a viraugr as 11 uji; ucui ue nas
neither band, and Is compelled to hold the
penholder with tbe stub or both wrist.
But there are few more graceful penmen in
the United States, aud none in the west.
John S. Keller, who returned from Hock
Falls in the Oklahoma country yesterday,
says that a new town is now being laid out
about twenty-six miles east of that place
and twenty miles south of Arkansas City.
It has been christened Burdock. Some ten
or twclv c houses hav c already been erected,
and several more are in course of construc
tion. People are coming into the territory
by half dozens and dozens and locating
claims and making preparations to remain.
There are now some 2,000 claims located
and sun eyed, and about 250 families have
settled on the creeks and valleys, built
houses and began making permanent Ira
prov ements. Mr. Keller says that it is gen
erally believed by the Oklahoma settlers
that Gen. Hatch will locate his post ou
Deer creek, but that he will not molest the
settlers in any way whatever, and that the
reports that he intends to force the people
out of the country at the point of the bayo
net are unfounded. Ho further reports
that nearly all of the cowboys
in that country are taking claims aud hav
lug them surveyed, and that no one there
believes that the government will try to
force them to leave. Strangers arc arriv
ing in the territory by the hundreds dally,
some to sec the country, and many with
their families who intend to remain and
buildup a home unless driven off. Mr.
Keller seems very sanguine that Gen.
Hatch will not interfere with the settlers,
but ralhcr.tid and abet them in opening up
the country, which he (Keller) regards the
finest in the world.
WENT BACK ON HIS PARD.
Yesterday afternoon there arrived in the
city two men seated in a wagon drawn by
two large mules, and it was at once appar
ent that they followed railroading for a
livelihood. Soon after reaching here thsy
secured a lot of whisky, and the way they
potircd it dow n their throats led one to in
fer that they hail been chartered by
the piohibitiouists to absorb all of
the ardent there was in the state. But
Wiihit.i whisky wai too much for thim,
and after drinking a quart or two they bi-
carac sleepy, got into the wagon, drove to
West Wichita and beneath the shade of a
large tree prepared to take another drink
and a nap. The ow ner or the team was tbe
first to succumbe to the iullucncc of Wich
ita 200 proof, and sank back sound asleep.
His pard took another pull at
tho bottle, scrati lied his head, aud ion
eluded that the old adage that "theicisa
time in the atlairs ol men, etc.'' was about
coirccl aud that his time had conic. He
emptied the llask, crawled into the wagon,
touched the frisky mules with the whip,
and has not been icn or heard of since.
The owner of the animals awoke laic in the
evening, rolled ovir, saw the empty bottle,
but nothing ilsc. As a consequemc the
otlicers are hunting the Ihief, and at the
present writing have not succeeded in
A KINDERGARTEN CLASS.
Steps are now being taken to conduct a
kindergarten class in connection with the
teachers' institute which begins in this city
on the 21st lust. Correspondence has been
had with Miss Kmma Kuhlman, of the state
normal, with a view of having her come
hereto conduit the class. It will be im
possible, however, to do thw unless the
citizens of the city furnish the money to
defray expenses, as there are no funds
that Superintendent Hammond can use for
other purposes than those of the institute
proper. We hope that all parents of small
children will consider this mailer, and pro
vide the requisite means to sciure a ilass
of this kind in connection with the insti
tutc. There is no branch of education so
beneficial to the children a- the kindergar
ten, and every effort should be made to se
cure 31iss Kuhlman to louduct the il.iss.
She is a lady thoroughly familiar with the
work; has had large cxpilic uce in France
and Germany and is now oiciipying the
kiudtrgartcn chair of the state normal
school. We arc personally acquainted with
Miss Kuhlman, aud do not hesitate in
recommending her to the people of this
city as an accomplished kindergarten in-
SALE OF SHORT K0RNS.
The following list of vciy fine thorough
bred short horn heitcrs were sold yesterday
by William Boss at private sale to K.
Bchm, of Sedgwick City, for the able
gate sum of $700: Lcho, calved Januaiy
25, ISM; Lida, calvid April SO, 1SS2; Third
Bride ol Kuralusia, calved ApnllSSI; Olive
Logan Third, calved 3Ia,v 20, 1S31; Kural
Usla Blo-som "Jd, calved October 10, 1SS1;
Jennie Dean, calved July 20, 1nJ, and Nin
nescah Pride, c lived July 7, lbSJ. 3lr.
Bchm will take his new purchasis to hi
largo ranch of SOO acres, located about nine
miles southwest of Sedgwick City, where
be has quite a number ol other blooded an
imals. The above named heifers arc very
line ones, and v. ill prove u valuable addition
to Mr. Kchm'sbcid.
The following ire the rcalcstate tiansferq
licoided in the n glster of deeds' otlice
United stair tu.luhu Wilson, the s w
qr of -ec 21-27-1 vv p itcnt
Ctearw aler loniuoto Geo P Still, lots
.iU ami :.! on I.eotivenuelu Clearwa
Clearwater town eo to KS Hathaway,
lots 20 and 28 on I.cc avenue in
31artiu llellar to Win L Woodntitt,
lots '11 aud 2t ou Lie avenue in
TIC 3IcLean to W J lirovvn, 100 acres
thcnwqrd sec 27-27.fl east- . ... '.
United States to Andrew- J Malone,
lotfi in sec JG-2U-1 west pilt nt
I. illlingliast to .Marcus ij Carlisle,
lots .s, co, 61, 01 and 0C in Tilling
hastTadd to Wichita
.N. K. Ostium to 31artln T. Britton.
lots S9-9I-97-9U. in block .", Orme X
Phillip's addition to Wichita
Andrew J. Slalom to J. II. Aley. lot
10 in see2.'i. aud lot 5 in sec 20, all
Dr. Lewellcu to Amos llouck. all of
the vv hf of lie qr of sec 17-27-leat,
except lind heretofore conveyed to
Win. (ireiiren-lein out of tho s
corner thereof, being 21 acres, more
or less, and lots POI-OOT-W), on
Waco street, In Lcwellen's addition
tp Wlchifa 1
Cleirvvater town co to "H Stanley
Hathaway, lots IS. 20, 2.1
aud 24, Prospect avenue, Clear
Clearwater town co to I'liibeth J.
Koss lots II and in, Bycrs avenue,
Tracy .V llycr-' add to Clearwater
The following, buincs was transacted in
the district court yistcrdiy. Judge "slm
Anhauser Brewing association vs. A. L.
llouck X Co. ; dimurcr ol defend int to
plaintiffs petition argued at length, and
demurer sustained; plaintiff given twenty
days to amend petition.
K. Chitwood plead guilty to the charge
of unlawfully selling liquors, aud was fined
$100 and co'ts and required to give $1,000
bond to keep the peice and for good be
havior for two year, and to tand enmruit
cd until fine aud iosts werepiid and bond
filed. Iu default or either Chitwood was
The G. A. It. hae completed all nccc--
sary arrangements ror their Lall at the
opera house to-night, ami those who attend
can count upon hain? a delightful time.
The proceeds of the ball will po the relief
(-.! a I " i 1 .1 rw f -iiiil ( 111 liA ildi nln.l .i
7 .. . . .
cnamaoie purpose. ncs.e.s na,e "n
placed at the low figure of 61 each, which!
is within the reach of all loers orthe ran-1 Ualdwin .t Ostergrcn are now ready to
tastic. and a the object is to replenish the I photograph all wbo call at their newly rur
rcllcffundol the pot, wc hope to cec a I nlshed rooms. 'o. !$ I)ougla ae. 2Mf
ery large crowd present.
It would keep one man busy to keep track
of tbe new- buildings that arc going up, but ;
t . .. ....
. wc try to keep up inc. recoru as to ou-ine-?
Charlie Morris has let the contract
for another two storj brick business house,
to lx erected on Main street nci.t to the
now being built. The'
vorru uuildln- will
be 2.x70, and will be
lfinUhed neatly and substantially
The follow Insr ti"ure wi'l show there-
clpt and disbursement' a: tbe county
treasurer's office up to the hour of closing
business yesterday: Keccipts, ?2,lt3.f5;
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
an old acquaintance of Col. Kout. He is
satisfied tlint Wichita lias plenty of room
orhis bhlnglc, wcbUould judge, from the
lact that he said heoliould stay with us.
Jli. K. Kouf.li, in West Wichita, has
ately opened a tir--cl.iss millinery and
dre-MiiiiUng establishment. It will he to
our interest to call at this establishment
before purchasing elsewhere.
To Delegttes and Other Deiiring to Attend
the National Democratic Convention at
Commencing July Ith I will mil those
who dc-irc to Msit the beautiful "City by
the Lakes," round trip tickets at $20.8.'.,
good for return pasage until duly 13th. I
canoflcrou special inducements in the
jj of more elegant coaches courteous at
tention, faster lirac and fewer changes ot
cars than any other line.
Come one, come all, and bring your
friends and purchase jour tickets where
you will be guaranteed satisfaction.
Yours -.ery truly,
II. II. Kkkif.i:,
Agent Sjaiita Tc Koutc and Kil-co Line,
Union Depot. 3T-9
En cry body should go to Krooman & I'eck
hiiifn for fresh groceries. ST-0
N"onse Is sighing tor something good to
eat when by stepping in ai rimer w w
j on can get a can or Loomis X
Krooman & l'eckbani run two delivery
wazons. Buv vour goods there and jou
are alwa urc jou
have them in
Qats ! Hats ! ! Hate ! ! !
silk, Soft, Stiff or Straw Hits, washed
blocked, ironed, shaped, stiffened, trim
nied, djed or bleached at the tlje works, 63
(J. A. rrori.h-s .1 lurr.HTEi',
No trouble for
I.adic and gentlemen's goods deiued or
dyed. Scouring andponging by the French
Process, at 03 Main street.
G. A. 1'Eori.Ks A IHugiitku,
37-1 m Proprietors.
Kterytliing you can wi-h for at Krooman
fc l'eckbam'ji. 't"-c
Look out for bargains at the Valley
Tliorp will tie 37 fl" " tloatins to the
breeze" at K!erside park July 1. (Jo and
re them Admission to the ground, free.
Center aenue ha been put in first-class
order not by the city of Wichita. 33-tr
llnnijyour babies, jour children and all
the big folks to llaldwin & O-tergren's.and
berhotosraphcd with lightning speed. .H-tf
No. SS Douglas atenue i where jou
can rct comfortably while waiting for
Go to the first sj.iirs east
of the Xcw
Xestj at Cheap Ratee.
We have made arrangements to loan
money in this part or Kansas for the Xorth-
I western Mutual Life Insurance Company,
l S Milwaukee, and can offer lower rates
than bae ever been made In this cetion or
the country. Ical agents wanted in a
' jaccnt counties.
35-tf IfO.VKLL Jt ItOYs.
tea at Me per lb
15 lbs nice yellow sugar ror ?l 00 at tbe
Valley Grocery. Sltr
Siv hundred tons of Little Itiver ice. In
quire at Kansas State Hank. STitL
P0PKESS & WAKEFIELD
Have the well known McAlcstcr coal,
which is equal if not suiiorior to
the Canon City.
"Wc advise all our readers to give it
a trial, as this firm will keep it on hand
A good stock of groceries, on the beet
corner in the city, for sale by the Wichita
Laud A Loin Co. '.'Otf
A good drti'' bu&iucsg for sale. For
particulars enquire of Innc & Rots
Rohcrt Jacks, proprietor of the Star
Clothing HottEu, 19 the pioneer cioth
icroftlio Valley. 1-tf
Men's and hoys' Clothinglowcr than
the low est nt the Star Clothing 1 uiic.
Headquarter" for the sate of Hatfield
town company lot at the Wichita Land
aud Loan company's office, Ituik of Com
merce room. 2i-tf
Ask your grocer lor Loonils Jt Allen's
corn. It is delicious. 25-tf
Twehc pounds or standard white sugar
for 91.00 at the Valley (irocery. 31-tf
Het three-pound can or tomatoes for 10c
at the Valley (irocery. 31-tr
Choice cream cheese at
the Vallcj (irocery.
per pound at
lhils, Cap and gents' furnishing
good :it the Star Clothing House,
sign of the big star. 1-tf
Go to A. It. Gore, for pure Ire rrcnni
and Peruvian beer the bo-t in the
For Sale or xcaasgo
Kor Wichita improed properly six
brick hou-f in Pueblo, Colorado ; well
rented; pa ins Rood interest, but the own
er compelled to lite east.
30-7 James W. Sw orn, Agent.
1C12 Wrst Ninth sL. Kansas City.
BROWN & CHALLIS
MAKEItS OJ'THE CKLKUU.VTKI)
Kefir to inform t!i citizens of Wichita that
thtT ! continue to Jo their work t the prifM
already establish!, ami inteml to remnia la
in cuy wnere mercan ue una so a strict ac
ennnt for tbe falallment of their contract.
The street-croslDjr on IMiiglM amine,
AMI ALL OK OIU WORK,
are mmples that art- eitiil. If not superior,
to any other or the kind IaII on ns while at
work act ner the pn-cees. Ofire at 113 Doac
ln avenue J !L BKOWN,
djo-tr v s.ciiAi.r.is
IF YOU ARE OOXNO TO BUT A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond fin, leete lUiltons, Hlo. Watrh
Uiin jrln fact acithlcfr. it will isj-
joa to p and r
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
Tot, If he b anjthlc? yon want, too eta un
money br bo J lap ol him X3 Two doors
west of Trmxint !loaie, next to lederiaad
er's Ian J office, il Dooxltl arenne, Wichita,
Notice t" hereby tiTtn thai the firm beret
(oreeiltttn;na!erthe linn sane t4tjle,r
Dwrsey. smeluer anJ Tucker U thU lj-di-eotirdbj-mntCAj
consent, Mr .-aetUer retir
ing from the arm. The bln will be tT,B.
locud hereafter by Dorsey and Toeier. who
aetnroe ail the liabilities of the Old arm acl
collect all accccmt
E. A. IMJEaET,
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Chicago Bargain House,
Ladies, we call your attention to our own (Hull) Corset, manu
factured for it, excellent and well boned,
'500 Bone French-Woven Corsets!
Sold Elsewhere for $2.00 and $2.25.
"Little Beauty" & "Pearl" Corsets
! Blue, Cardiul, Drak aid Wfcke,
Worth Fully 75c.
Health Preserving Corsets,
Sold Elsewhere for $1 25.
100 Dozen Ladies' Hose,
5c a Pair!
Worth lOo and 12 l-5c.
GOLDEN RULE STORE !
("Do vnto others as
We Have Marked Down
All Summer Fabrics!"
To Close Out.
Our Entire Line of
At Actual Cost, To Close.
Nassauer & Hipsh,
122 Douglas Avenue, Wichita.
irV ' t .'M
Special offerings continue during
the week. Store closes at 12 m.
on . the -ith of July. Do your
trading in the, morning, and allow
the salesmen and saleswomen a
10 Main St.
you would be done by.")
Muzzling Weather I
TOR WHICH WK WILL FKOVIDK THK LADIES WITH
Muslin Dry Goods!
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR !
ONLY 25 CENTS PER PAIR1
We hare now on exhibition a beautiful line of Mulia Uaderwcar cheaper
than vou can make them.
India Gossamer Gauze Vests!
For Lftiltt and Children, at
' l Gossameric Prices T '
Try one. They trill do you gootl.
GENTLEMEN. WHY PERSPIRE,
When you can buy
"Refrigerating Gauze Vests"
That trill but you three teutons. These good ars not bean itjUr. We carry
Only Good, Durable Goods.
It Pays to Buy of Innee & Ross.
Out Prices on Parasols
For One Week.
The Stock Must Be Reduced at Once.
A New Lot of
Famous Cheap-Selling Dry Goods House Under the Horse
shoe. Innes & Ross. N. X. T. P. O.
Suffering From the Heafe!:
One-Price Clothing House!
And Exchange i'uur
Drap de Kte,
Light-Weight Sl Seasonable .Clqtfiing.
One-Price Clothing House.
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Muzzling Weather I
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