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' , M.H.MUR0OCX& BROTHER, Proprietor.
Personal and local items op news
; The funeral service ol .Mr. JIary Goscli,
at the' German M. E. church on Topeka
avenue last Monday evening, was very well
The announcement that the German lte
formed church held tbelr Qtartcrly meeting
last Sabbath vni's a mistake. It was the M.
E. church, no we are informed.
. The winds for the part two or three days
have not been amirlnp. In all such zephyrs
we can smell drouth a thousand mllei. A
change in the steady blow in steadily pray
J. C. Itutan and W. W. Klrkwood were
expected liomejaat nlgh They hava been
on ah extended trip through Washington
terrlto'ry and British Columbia searching
lor a better country.
Jake Cooper, whote horse was to horrl
bly mangled by a barbed wire fence last
ROday night, has done a humane thing.
He built the poor animal a little stable off
to hlmselr aud then covered the door and
opening!) with wire gauze ao that while his
wounds arc healing a fly cannot torment or
Tie liaptlst Sabbath school pic-nic will
take place at the Tark Friday. Ktcrj ar
rangement has'been made to give the chil
dren a splendid' day oflun, past times and
recreation, and if nothing happens it will
prove a great succces. All who desire con.
veyancc will be accomodotcd by being at
the church between nine .ami ten o'clock in
Commodore Woodman, from his delight
ful home jdacc, Lakeside, sends us a large
basket of apricots with hi compliments.
Embowered byj the,; nodding plumes of
the sweeping elms, anil the umbrageous
foliage of lruit trees and vines, Lakeside is
a retreat whose beauty and comfort arc
equaled by few homes in the west.
We have it that the Anthony extension.
owing to an impossibility to get iron, has
been stopped. In the rae autimo the bonds
voted lnHarper, they say, have expired by
limitation. It looks like as if the bonds
would have to be ro-oted. Our infonuaM
says the Iron will be obtainable in a short
time, be understands.
ills. Ettic Stout, aged sixteen"! daughter
of Mr. John Stout, who lives just on the
east side of ChUholm north of the upper
bridge, died yesterday evening. The sad
news was telephoned Undertaker Kendall
from the cemetery late last evening, but
the cause f her death could not be learned.
Thc'funoral will take place to-day frotu the
home of the parents at 4 o'clock this after
noon, the services to bo conducted bv ltev.
J. D. Hewitt.
The Chimes of Xormandy. given by the
Hess opera troupe last night was, simply
the lincst. most artNtlc entertainment of
the kind ever gicn in this city. The
troupe had been to the cities of Old Mexico
and arc returning to the Atlantic seaboard,
taking in the prominent places. The ther
mometer stands high of course, and large
houses arc out or the question, but that en
tertalumeut last night will not be forgotten
soon by those who were permitted to be
Hentoii .t Wciricfc threshed on Monday
and half a day Tuesday 1,534 bushels of
wheat cut from fifty acres of ground be
longing to Robert E. Lawrence, who says
it was the quickest and cleanest Job of
threshing he ever had done for him. The
Held averaged within a fraction or thirty,
one bushels to the acre which yield did not
appear to surprise Mr. Lawrence who,
year alter year lias raised not only some or
the largest but some or the highest grade
wheat iu the county.
The Ilig.Uiver keeps up an unprecedent
ed length of time and at a stage which eve
ry few days threatens to break oerthe
banks. lVom the waters of the l!lg Itivcr
the Little Itlver is backed up for a distance
of two or three miles. Heavy rains on the
headwaters of the latter would be sure to
result in a vigorous demand for boats along
mauy streets In ibN city. The heaviest
snows for many years fell the past winter
iu the Mountains of Colorado, and our
latest advices from there says the surplus
suows will not llappcar before the last of
The new house of Fred Israel, on north
Lawrence street, now nearly completed, is
uue of the prettiest in that portion of the
city where so many line homes arc located.
It is not only very attractive iu architected
design but the plan is ji wondotfully con
venient ouc. Tbu stylo conforms to the
prevailing one of two stories, angling roof,
low gables, hooded balcony and narrow
stoop with railed steps. The painting is of
unique colors and combinations. On the
whole Mr. Israel has a very pretty and a
very line home.
The shade trees of Wichita add wonder
fully to the beauty and comfort ol the city,
but would It not be an improvement irthoy
were all trimmed up ten or fifteen feet from
the ground. Then jou would not only
have the shade but a free circulation or air
under the trees, drying out the ground in
wet weather, and making it more healthy,
a well as more ornamental. F.
You are undoubtedly correct, Mr. F.
Your suggestion ir carried out would not
only result In all that you nay, but render
theclty and her homes murli more attract
ive. The shade is so dense aud the trees
so numerous that in rldingaloug the streets
one gets but the most unsatisfactory
glimpses ol the residences, and the many
pretty homes and their surroundings.
The Eagle last year called attention
to this matter but few heeded it. The reg
ulation sldewalk-trec should be trimmed
up fifteen feet from the bottom, be cut back
at the top so that the loots or homes could
not only be seen but catch the sunshine.
Our Elms, Alders, Catalpas, lluttonwoods
aud Hackberrles need no cuttlnzback as a
rule, but the Lombards, Cottonwoods and
There has been some talk among the Ke
publlcans to the effect that our party would
have Judge Amos Harris to meet again this
fall on the stump, that he would be the
Democratic nominee for couutv attorney.
While under the prescut law there is as
much or more pay in the comity attorney
ship than In the judgeship. Judge
Harris has not proved the kind or a man
who worships shekels. Rut there Is a bet
ter reason why wc need not expect to have
him to fight this fall. Judge Harris bc-
ugs 10 uie out school of politicians,
and has great respect for the proprieties
and amenetles. Having lately occupied
the bench ot this district, be would prob
ably under no circumstances consent to ac
cept the position of attorney ir tendered.
While the judge is an able lawver. and
while he received a la.ge number of Ite
publUjjunotcs in this county in his late
canvass, he will no doubt encourage some
of the younger lawyers of his partv to make
Yesterday was a hard day on the judge,
Jurytnd officers of the district court, The'
heat or the room in which the court is held
being well nigh Intolerable. Four cae.
were disposed oras follo.vs:
Simon Heed, ct al., t s. W. Miller, trial bv
court; judgment for plaintiff to amount o"f
l? 721.35 and costs.
2S..JV, Doran s. C Cipplsh.judginenfl.y
stipulation, in favor br plaintiff for fioaVd
lJileyMcHay . Wln. r. Conner, tried
by jury, verdict tor plaintiff rofT5 and
THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
Institute met as usual at 7:45, and after
the opening services readlajj of the critic's
report and the sews Items were tad, the
business of the day conranced iiVearnsst.
The first room we enterest was" that of
Mr. Jay, In wfaick the class la constitution
vf as reciting. The eld article of confeder
ation were dlscusaed and. tbelr defects
shown, also the diferaU 'Haste of govern
ment and their parts given In detail. The
only hesitancy I notleed was whenJlr. Jay
asked the name of the present governor of
Kansas, those that answered the rest of the
questions correctly were stuck on that.
Either the governor or the pupils must stir
around a little more.
The next class was in physiology, usually
conducted by Mr. Hammond; butyesterday
It was conducted by Mr. C. J. Reed, a gen
tleman well qualified to fill the position.
The subject of anatomy, or the bones, al
though a dry subject generally, can by
proper handling and a familiarity oc the
part or the teacher, be made an interesting
subject. An outline was placed on the
beard showiug tbe divisions of the skele
ton, the number in each division, shape
and uses, with quite an amount of informa-
lion'givcn on this subject, ao .that I made
up my mind that man was fearfully made.
Mr. ilalleck's room was next visited, his
class in Natural l'blloiopby was up for re
citation and the subject of motion, the dif
ferent kinds, uniforms, accelerated, retard
ed and resultant, were touched upon and
the resultant motion was illustrated on the
blackboard to the satisfaction or the class.
There was some talk on the subject of mat
ter, its general and specific (proprieties,
showing that the subject had been studied
up by tbe most of those present.
We next visited Mr. Uammoud's class in
Arithmetic, they were at work ou the four
fundamental rules. Some would suppose
that the four simple rules should be so
well unperstood by teachers that no time
should be taken for such things as those,
but we must remember that the ques
tion U not as to what is tbe
sum of Kiand 41, but they are to teach oth
ers bow to find that out, and without a
perfect knowledge or the subject it is Im
possible to teach others. There is ot course
a great deal or quibbling on small matters,
such as carry and borrow and the particu
lar words to be used, but still it Is a good
sign to see pupils ready and willing to ask
questions on tbe different subjects, showing
that there la a large number or teachers
that have arrived at tbe point where all
must arrive to be a successful teacher;
that is. they are willing to admit that tbey
do not know It all. Other classes were vis
ited and spelling, reading and other sub
jects listened to with profit to ail.
Didactics is as good subject as a stranger
could listen to. It Is a discussion, of the
different methods as tbey are presented by
the different members or the class. Yes
terday we had quite a discussion on the
old old story or whispering, and after an
exchange or ideas, the question was settled
as it always is, that we have the evil and
must make the best or it. About 09 out or
every 1W admit that in is Impossible to
stop It In school. Yesterday we received
eight more making our number 81, showing
a good number Tor tbe third day.
Wc had a lew visitors who made it look
pleasant. Hoping to have more hereafter.
I give you the names of our members for
Wednesday and close.
Annie Slayden City
Annie Hudson .
Louis Jones ....
Mrs. Olive Reed...
LOTS OF TROUBLE.
D.iv,t I.. Owin vs. ltjvle.. JJerr-er
trim! bJ!'C.-..W -.!'.;,' n..r plaintiff. :o and
i'ratt Center is in Pratt county, a county
and city with which Wichita will ere long
be united by rail, or at least we hope so
and so do they. There is a town in Pratt
county, also, by the name of aaratoga,whlcn
Is on a line more or less direct from Wichi
ta to Pratt Center. That these facts are
known to a majority of our readers who
take It ibr granted, it la said that the feel
ing existing b' tween these towns Is some
what tinctured with what might be de
nominated a spirit or rivalry not altogether
tree of sharpness. That Is none of your
business orour. That Piatt Is bound to
be a treat couutv. and that she will boast
one or two good towns in tbe noar luturc,
i nevertheless as certain as the majority or
western probabilities, and nothing is more
absolutely certain to come to pass than a
wotcrn probability, if we except tbe pro
phesies of the Bible and the de
feat of the Democratic party. Now the
Daily Mousing Eagle, the only full-
fledged, sonic, time since dispatched one of
Its emissaries out into the territory encom
passed by the lines of Pratt with instruc
tions to take every subscriber offering, and
not to rail to tell tbe readers or the great
Happy Valley Dally all about the towns,
settlements and improvements by him
uoted, to the cud that the minds of our
readers hereabouts might be disabused of
the Idea that t be jumplng-off place or this
mundane sphere was the west line
or Kingman county. ow comes
in the run the kind or fun
that ripples up iu a Republican convention
when a prohibition resolution is introduc
ed, tbe kind of fun which has tbe effect of
drawing out tbe features or our ordinarily
good humored face to a length that would
dwarf the elongated countenance ofllar
uum's'sacred elephant, so realarticly depict
ed iu the Illustrated advertisement of
the only pure ivory soap.
Our long winded and long legged
traveling correspondent got there. There
Is no doubt on that head as a generous list
of subscribers fully attests, got there in
part, but not altogether or all over, as it
were. Saratoga be saw, be writ up, but he
didu't conquer. The conquering business
was on the other side, at least we should
judgo so from a column and a half
In the Pratt Center Press of last
week, containing an introductory expla
nation two rather, personal letters and an
editorial devoted to him who in sorrow
pens these few line. The Eagle traveler
flew high, but high enough to take in only
Saratoga, when he came down to tell tbe
world or his adventures. To this kind of
partiality Hon. T. K. Simpson, secrtary of
the Pratt County Town Company, most
vigorously protests as does the editor of
the Press. We don't know where that
correspondent Is now, but we kindly
warn him to keep awap from Pratt Center
if he has auy desire to live long enough to
vote for Maine.
In conclusion we can only say that regu
lar correpondent, traveling correspond
ents and occasional correspondents arc de
lightful nuisances when it comes to getting
the responsible editor into trouble and
other people by tbe ears. This paper nor
any one connected with It has the least feel
ing against man, woman, child or town
company in Pratt count. Our sole idea
so tar as its readers and patrons are con
cerned is to build up, in the shortest time
possible, a paper which shall lie a true and
creditable representative daily for the sec
tion of the state or which Uichlta is the
natural center. We hate no intrreit nor
will wc take any Interest In any rivalries,
nor tbe side of any one ot these as against
any other. While it I tluioe impossible
for the average local correspondent to say
something for his own town without dis
paraging some others, we nevertheless will
guard these matters as closely as
possible. So far as Pratt Center is
concerned we can only say that tu soon ass
possible, we shall have our traveling agent
visit that place and write up it advantages
In a fair and truthful manner, without re-1
flection on the Interests of ay other locil
- - PERSONAL MENTION.
Miss Kate Paul is visiting tbe Misse
Miss Mamie Manuel will visit friends In
ToronU ilow lf(l, 'U
Mn?Davf ooiaer, ol Kansas City
Is vMtiug 'George IHellar- audSlIitwrger
Bros.' -'f w- "
Mr. S. Jacks, ot St. Louis, is making his
annual visit to Robert and Monte or tbe
Star clothing house.
Rev. J. A.Reltz, A. M., left Monday
evening for Halslead, where he will bold a
Mr. Lew Ap'y; an old employe' of the
Adams and Wells, Fargo A Co., express
companies, Is thinking of quitlng the business.
'Mrs. btimsou aud her son, master
Harry, returned from a Visit yssterday,
which they had been making their old
home In Missouri.
T. P. Richardson, or Wellington, stof
pedover nigh land .willj go on north this
morning and then west to Dodge City by
tlie Cannon Hall.
Mr. M. Stone, of the local staff or the
Eaglk, was taken suddenly 111 night be
fore last at his lodgings and was unable to
be $n duty yesterday.
W. R. Johnson, western stock agent
for the Eilsco, came up. Irom Itedfork In
dian territory Tuesday morning, and re
porta big work for his company.
Mrs. Hartzellt wife or Col. Uartzell,
president or the street railway, 'accompan
ied by her little daughter Grace, went to
Topeka by last evening's train.
Col. John W.Forney, or Belle Plaine,
one or Sumner county's old, most substan
tial and popular citizens, spent tbe night
In this city, lie take? the.Frlsco for Eure
ka Springs, 'AV!canas,'th! mornlrig.
Our old friend, U. D. Hathaway, who
has many Mends "in this city, dropped us a
note yesterday that it is a boy, and as a boy
was greatly desired of courirrtbere arc two
happy parents at least In the city of New
ton. Capt. Russell, who has been tbe geuera
western frelghtagent of the Frisco ever
since the road reached- Wichita, at one
time keeping his office here, cauieju from
the east last evening by the (i "o'clock express.
r-Miss A. Mathews, the cliiiriuiug. young,
,juy woo cnaperoneu jiiss Helen Potter.
and who has been stopping in tbli city this
summer, left for Kingman'-'county yester
day where she thinks of securing a piece
Superintendent Miller, the popular
managing officer of the railroad that don't
propose to be left by any corporation tbat
ever entered the domain or the Nile of
America, came over yesterday and will go
down over his new extension.
Pror. Ilalieck Is back from Chicago
looking more rugged and stronger physi-
ctauy than we. ev.jr saw him. lie saya dux-.
Ing his entire stay In Chicago, covering a
period of three or four months last past, a
fire every morning was a comfort ir not a
necessity, and tliat the searclng warmth
and sunBhlne or the prairies makes him
Miss Eva Boyce, one of the brightetiS
ceu tuuuK lauies ounis city, lately nohsV
Ing n positiou In Stinson Aiarlsfltri,
was married at DougltTJO-Uliiri.
It is said there was just; eiougb'or4opei
ment in the affair to gve It a little of the
spice of romance. We'tope there was
nothing hasty or- inconsiderate and that
all will turn onf happily.
-Mr. Frank II. Smith ami wife returned
Monday night. They had been absent sev
eral weeks, havlug Ml home the week pre
vious to the meeting or the Chicago con
vention whlchthey attended. After the
convention they took a Like boat for Michi
gan city where they spent a couple of de
lightful weeks with friend.. Frank is, of
coure, enthusiastic, for Stephen O. Cleve
land because he saw it done.
Mr. Nugent came up Irom the territory
yesterday looking well brow tied up by the
sun. He says mitters arc in stat'i quo so
far as his observation giitfx.and that It Is hi
understanding that a number of people yet
remain Oklahoma. He came up through
one or General Hatch's commands and saw
nothing to indicate offeuslve operations.
Mr. Nugent may be right, but we have in-,
formation that the boomers aie being clear-;
ed out'or some or the localities.
Miss llullock, the popular and accom
plished saleswoman, so Jong connected
with the great dry goods firm or Innes
Ross, having charge ohhe silk department,
severs her connection with that house iu a
Tew days preparatory to opening an estab
lishment of her own In a neighboring city.
She will leave for New York in a rew days,
where she will lay in her stock, but before
returning wcsfwlll visit her people who rc
sldo In thr state or New York. Miss Bul
lock has a host or friends who regret her
leaving, as does, undoubtedly,the flrni with
whom she has remained so long.
A rood drug; business for sale. For
particulars enquire of limes k, Bom
The Spanish 5 cent cigar is the bote at
Central Drue; Store.t'ojppoilto'Uie postoMee.
Reynold's Bro'c, etJebraUd ftn shoes lor
women at a reduction of seventy-five cents
per pair. Ladles, now Is tbe time to get a
pair or tbe best shoes for less than tbey are
worth. A. Allxn.
Go to tbe first stairs east or tbe New
York store Tor photographs. 3f-tf
Smoke La Confesiore Cuban Cigar. For
sale at Swlntzell A Douglass' drug store.
Ask your grocer lor
corn- It is delicious.
Baldwin' & Ostergren are now read 1 1
photograph all who call at tbelr newly far-
nlsbed rooms. No. 96 Douglas are. 3So
Smoke La Confesiore Cuban Cigar. For
sale at Swlntzell & Douglass' drug store.
I wish to say to all my creditors to please
be patient until tbe second week in Au
gust, when I will pay all debts in full.
56-2 Jis. L. Gorman.
Monsy to Leu it Six For Ont.
Wc have money to loan atC per cent In
terest on good productive real estate, either
in tbe city or country. Privileges granted
to pay loan before due, and interest payable
annually or semi-annually, as desired,
sc-d&w-tf Bumxxll & Roys.
Farms For 8sJi.
Six well improved farms, situated in
Milton and Murdock townships, Butler
county, Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, Sedgwick cointy, Kansas.
6. A. B. AtUitioa.
Please bear in mind that the Atchison,
Topeka & SanU Fe and SL Louis A San
Francisco railroads stand ready to meet
any rates offered by any other line and
offer superior accommodations in connec
tion therewith. Any statements to tbe
II. B. Kkjclkr, Agent, Union Depot.
Blonsy at Caeaa Rates.
We have made arrangements to loan
money iu this part of Kansas for tbe North
western Mutual Life Insurance Company,
o Milwaukee, and can offer lower rates
than have ever been made in tbis section of
tbe.couutry. Local agents wanted In ad
V)t( BUMNKLL ROVS.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
TfcefenowlzfftaBte arm the arrival and d-
paxtart of txauu at WleUta.
ATCHISON, TOFBKA SANTA IX.
Kxpnas 85 A.M.
Ae. Freight. S3(P. M.
WichltaEx..-00 p. M.
Acrretght 3:43 P.M.
Kansas Ctty ExpreS I 14. M.
Express-.... 5:36 P. M. 5:38 P. M.
Ae.flsltjtt ll:tJA.M. UP.M.
All others dally except Sunday.
ST. LOUIS SAX FRANCISCO.
Mall train from St. LonU arrives at M n. m. ;
leave for the north at G :0s p.m.; Mali train
leave for the east at 9:55 a. m.
Accommodation leave the TJnloa depot fer
Chemey at 10:45 a. a. ; Freight depot at at 11:00
a. as. BetnrmUg, leave Cbeaey at 3:10 p. a.,
arrivlax at Union droot at 6:00 maHnr coaaec-
tton for Ksauaa City with the regalar paMagr
ST. LOUIS, FT. SCOTT A WICHITA.
Ac. Freight. .7 JO a.
Ex. Mail 7:00 a. as.
Freight 10:00 a. at.
Ac. Freight 0:00 p. a.
Good Titles, ..
REAL ESTATE AGKHCY!
E G. LEE,
Corner of Main street and Douglas Aeuue.
Smoke La'Confesiore Cuban Cigar. For
sale at Swlntzell A Douglass' drug store.
The 6nly cigar worth 5c is tbe Spanish'at
Central Drug Store, opposite postoffice.
Fast Tims antf Close Conaictlon la the St. Levis,
Ft. Scott A Wichita ft. ft.
Paosenger for the east will please bear
In mind tbat by taking our 6 a. in. train
they will arrive in Kansas City at 4:45 p. m.
sad make close connections with all trains
tar the east and west. Al). M. JoNas,
- . A: &ft AgenL
' A Spanish 5'cent cigar at Central Drug
Store is the cigar for the money.
Bring your babies,) our children and all
the big folk? to Baldwin & Ostergren's.and
be photographed with lightning speed. 32-tf
yon want to buy a farm.
yon want to sell a farm.
you want to rent your farm.
you want reliable insurance.
(he Atore Agency.
City Propertv of all descriptions for sale at
reasonable prices. Agent for Clearwater
No. 83 Douglas avenue is where you
can rest romrortably while waiting for
your pictures. 33-tf
A good stock of groceries, on the best
coiner iu the city, for sale by tbe Wichita
Laud & Loan Co. 20tf
Bniint ii Opportuity in Wslliagton
Stock or Dry Goods for sale. Choice lo
cation; large room. Address,
Knw.uuis, Thomson & Co,
.i.i-it Wellington, Kansas.
'r ire making a reduction on all of
tnc, Adams & Co'a. hand sewed shoes for
men. come and get a pair while they are
selling -ii cheap. A. Ali.k.v.
OFF FOR THE WEST.
'Hon. J. It. Mead' left on last evening's
train fortbe west. He does not go out after
any mining interests, but simply as one of
Sedgwick county's most successful farmers
and stock raisers to take a few weeks' re
creation and rest. And by the way this
kind of thing will become very
common with the owners or the soil
in this county before long. Mr. M.
will meet au old friend somewhere
In New .Mexico and the two will proceed to
do the entire mountain and mining region
of that territory His friend lives In New
York and is named Fitch. Mead promised
us falthrully that he would write us some
letters for publication ir he saw anything
worthy oT print, and, as he Is a good writer
and as he is sure to see much, we confi
dently cpunt on some interesting letters.
T Thote Ooisg to 8t. Louis sad Beyond
lty taking the St. Louis and San Francis
co Line at 9:50 a. m., or tbe Atchison, To
peka & Santa Fe railroad at 7:20 a. m.,you
will arrhc in St. L'6'tiis about tbe same time
or day that ou would by taking wbatis
advcrtl-ed as the shortest route at tbe un-
reasonable hour of 0 a. m. I leave It ror
tbe public to judge as to which is the more
II. It. Kkklxk,
4S- Agent Uuion DepoL
IF YOU ABE OOINO TO BUT A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond Pin, Sleeve Buttons, Ring, Watch
Chain, or In fact anything, it will pay
vou to go and see
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, If he has anything you want, you can save
money br buylnir of htm. C" Two doors
west of Treniont House, next to Mederland
er's land office, 4 Oougl avenue, Wichita,
ft -. - .
Fifty Cents ; worth $1.00.
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
A. R, GORE'S
ID TIIK I'LACB TO oo roR
Peruvian Beer & Pure Ice-Cream.
j. The Beat in the World.
Main Street, second door south of first .Street
P0PKESS L WAKEFIELD
llavis Hie well known McAllister coal,
which i- equal if not Mtiiarior to
(he Cmuoii City.
We advise all our readers to give it
a trial, n this linn will keep it un hand
No use la slghlug lor something good to
eat wheu by stepping In at Fuller & Son's
you can get a can of Loomis k. Allen's
FROM THE TERRITORr.
Jlr. David Hayes returned rrom the
Cheyenne and Arappaboe agene y at Dar
lington yesterday where be had been lor
some time looking alter his interests. He
was two days and a night reaching Cald
well, being delayed on account of the high
waters, all streams in the northern part of
the territory being bank full. Several
couimaudx of United States troop that
had been sent over to look after Oklahoma,
returned to Fort Sill the day
before he started north with
the report that o fcttler was found upon
the laud. He -:its the aetut.lnior Over.
is a grand ucce.
especially the wild bands, respect him ery
grea ly and there ha- been less trouble, less
complaint and fewer iolatloiis of law in
the latt few mouths thau at any time iu the
Headquarters for the sale or Hatfield
town company lots at the Wichita Land
and Loan company's office, Bauk of Com
merce room. 29-lf
Killfien & Stockinger,
Practic.il Plumbers, Steam & Gas
Gas Futures. Slew Heating k Ventilating a
Specialty. Estimates Furnished.
Grain and Produce Commission
I'liloiijro market rejorts received every fifteen
mtniitt from 9 JO a. w. to 2 JO . m'. OIBi
under Citizens Bank. Wichita, Kansas. Deal
ers In pratn and produce Invited to make my
oRire their headquarters. il-J-tf
DR. E H. YOST,
l'ltACTICAL A Vl SCIENTIFIC.
Firator NorthD o of Poatofflce.
5Br j?JC" s
The Bloom is on th Peath
INNES & ROSS'
The Blooms are Bargains.
tor 12 1.1, worth &0.
LiWM vully low.
Sommer Drett Goods S-Uktini
A Panic in Parasols.
Thto is tYo Tlmo to Bay Oh thmmut WOk 9or m
Jot AII-Oysv Lot.Jaat KcxxWy.
All-Ore- Mot-tko Now TUav Out ia Dotto ! Not.
BeantiM Designs in
WHITE GOOD S
White fc.woioro4 Kohoa.
Wak Eophyr Bateoidwrott :
Blao Zophyr smbroidorod ltohoa.
Tksse Goods are Reduced Twenty-five per Cleat
They axe Great Bargains.
Gome and See for Yourself
Don't Forget This.
I'lease ilo nut iiiiilerataml ttiat I am not
thankful for the llberrJ patronage "r the ol
of Wichita, tor it has tar aiiriiaiel my expecta
tionn. W lth a thonnaod 'Thank join" for the
intelligence you have already fchown In coralug
forwent anil obtaining what will rave you that
which money cannot tray VIRION', 1 still
want you to continue to come, although the
weather Is dreadful hot.
Like all the rent of mankind. I am willing: to
work for money. With me It U the few paltry
dollars that It
With Jim It H a matter of
far rreater Importance one that cannot he
and! will it
do aood. an
money, which la every man's doty.
computed in dollars and cents. ,V come alone;
do (rood, and at the rame time make
wilt stand tbe hot weather ae lonii
But von that live In town come early com in
the cool of the day: come before the crowd be
gin to come from the country, a mitake are
liable to occur under such clrcnmtanci Of
course mlttake are corrected .honld there b
any Hut we don't want to make any. and sel
dom will if ample time U allowed lint allow
me to Impress on your mind the fact that the
proper selection of spectacle to correct tbe
vlilon, anil ml.t nature In retaining tbe nor
mal condition or tbe eye, I a matter tbat can
not ( too carefully attended to, and ehould not
be don In haate.
If ymi are rich I don't want all your wealth
fora palrof mylenes. VhlleI am no cheap
optician, dealing In cheap good), f will not
aik or you more than vou are willing to pay
alter seeing what I can do for you. IT j on are
poor don't let -o?erty keep you away. Th
Lord knows that if anybody need goo-1 light
It Ij the poor, feoeoneandsseme, and I prom
ise too the same attention ami same Iran, that
the rich hare, aud at a price that you are able
Ml. II 11 YOST,
I I I'l m - j'--- - -
TUB 3VEISSOXT.5LI STEAM WASHER!
1h- best wanMnr-ruachln In th- world. Save time, labor and clothe. Simple, durable
and easily operated, asd doe. It. work bett.r than aar other machine made. Itdoosnot rtqolrr
Th ti-il,.-. ,ir,,l.,r- i,in, I nr rubbing- tin the board whatever j therefor abMlattly no wear or tear on iu ciome. it
.iic iriuiiunucr "". wm wa-h anything from a lacecollar to a bl blanket, and we gnarante It to giv perfect at-
niaciion r.tery purcnater 1 eninmiastiein in praise. rorinwiicr itiptcuaiij i"";'
he follow Ing person, who are ntlnit tbe machine: Medame Mary Glass, W Kaynoldt, tt W.
teesrod, J. W. White and it. Itatledge, or Kldridge. and Larimer, John ItatllfT, James
Ichle, Hodeon, K. Haattg and loc Lee, r Wichita, or any other purchaser. W ato
tell a FiiM-CIau Wringer the Erie jnperlor to any otbsr in th market. -All order ddred
,o me at Wichita or Kldridge will receive prompt attention UK.1 S. K BKI.L,
S0-U - gent for Sedgwick Conaly
I have concluded to clone out my entire stock of Ladles, '.alls!'
KegardlpH nf Cost to make room for an extra large (took of
Clothing, and Men's
and Boys Boots & Shoes!
This Line will be Slaughtered until erery pair is gone, aad
Don't you Forget It.
Dmlai lie , lie Dm fat if Qdnu' But.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
IT FITS TO TBJDI AT TB1B81SI0I.
INNES & BOSS.
.' t'l C.-'t ji,
- ; . - .
- ffe- '
OKM LOT Of (IKNUINK
Seersucker Coats & Yestsf
THIS WILL UK
To Those Going to Kwu City aad Beyond.
lly laVIng th Atchison, Topeka A Santa
Fe railroa J, you, will hao plenty or time to
get your breakfast at home, aad get an ele
gant chair car'thronch to Kama City with
out change, Instead ot being obliged to get
up and take a train at an unseasonable hour
aud be much longer on the road by what is
advertised as tbe "shortest line.''
The traveling public can Judge for theru
eelvesasto which It the "thortest" and
"qulcket"' route. 11. 11. Keeler,
4S- Agent Union Depot.
! Go Eut via tbe St, L:aii, Ft. Scott A Wiei-
SIXTY DAYS CLEARANCE SALE
IN HOC SICN0 VIMCES.
By taltnir ourfcWa, in. train isiocer
I arc landed to Kansas City early in the af-.
1 ternoon and male close connection with J
'all train'. It Is true that we leave early,'
but pacnger n III go by the above popu- j
: Iar route no matter what time the train citd aeji.fT aa
BOOTS JL3STX) SHOES !
RED FRONT SHOE STORE !
At that time we will offer you anything is the Boot and Shoe line at or
nearly cot. Our stock ia large and from the best manufacturer of the
East, and thi sale will be an extra chance to eel Roots and Shoe cheaper
than you ever got them before, M they mut sell to make room for a Large
-s. A I it ihifN.
Four Door South of ihe Postoffice.
Bargains in the Gloves Stock!
9 Dozen Silk Taffttm Glove good voite at 60 rmti
per pairveill It ctottd out at S3 rtntt.
The Last Lot for Thin Season t
HO, IF YOU WANT TO
Call To-Day and Utt a Cotit utul Vut.
25 Cents; Reduced to 12 1-2 Cents.
In tlil. county one canaot get out of
hearing ot a threshing machine this season
of the rear, nor out of the sirht of a arhnnl
tintlt. at . (...nil nf ilia ..., . 1.11a ln IK-' t"
v WW a -.M ..c ira ... . j,.., nunc ,u .' I
boards of "look out tor the car.." and l0T fUrll,rr "rtiu '' " n tbe t
i unuertigneu, wno win giauiy inrciinn par-
tfcular. Tour truly, j
57-tr A1..X.J0XV1.. ;
church tpires arc almost equally numrrnu;
vet. thrv have tbu tireauinntlou to fell u
that Sedgwick county U (liable t .rtiilorse
whUty, niiek an. J IUmocrVej thi fill.
WORK AT COMPETITION PBI0S8.
oo:ctt:r..a.cto:e& &? btjiXjXjsi
. Xfr- SswpsMth td Dcsiclaa imw, s- brides. ItTttiWara Third aaj WithlU stnaM.
hu wttr WiiC, WIHiUa. Ksiea. ' ttf-tf
6 1-2 Doxtn. I.ide Frame Glo09d tmlmt at It,
txmUprr pair wriUlt rioted out af 111-2 emf per
"fl r -ob.
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