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M M MURDOCH tc BROTHER, P.opnetot..
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
Regular meeting ol the citycouucil Mun
Mr.. M. 1. Icuc favors our revlcr this
morn inj w"b another poem.
Hut! Very hot! Fearful hot! were Hie re
mark beard on ovcry baud yei-tcrdaj.
John Head now tills the position ofjard
master on the "Sun Flower,'' in this city.
Uobert Jacks, tbc clothier, bad a dandy
advertising wagon on the btr.cls jefeter
day. Main street and DougUrf avenue were
lined with country teams yesterday. Yet
our merchants said business was uict.
There was considerable corn and new
w beat in the market ctcrda-. lted corn
hold at SO cents, aud white at .'!j tent1-; new
wheat 50 to CO rents.
Tbc infant child, a little ten-moutlis old
girl, of IM ward Friend, who lives 011 South
Market street, died Friday ev cuing and w as
buried jesterday morning at 10 o'clock.
1". Ilcaly has began breaking ground Tor
bis new brick, which will take the place ol
the old frame formerly occupied bj 1'ollocL
A. 1'earrc, on Douglas aw line.
The stone lounJation for Uobt. Hlaek's
new brick Mock is now nearly completed,
and work was began eterda) on the main
Tbc Statu ofKanasvs. Jim Lane, in
which tho latter is charged with disturbing
the peace of Mr. Tangnej, will be tried in
Justice Thomas' court to-morrow.
Owing to tbc absence cf Couuty Treas
urer Woodcock and the illness of bio
deputy, Mr. Wright, the count) treasurj
was clo-cd to-business vctordav.
Robert C. Peam has received bis olllcUl
seal as notary public. It is one of the
handsomest little seals we have seen for
many a day.
W. T. Jones .t Co. hac just cnnmiiiicoil
opptarallous in their new wholesale mat
tress ami upholstering factory on Douglas
acnue. They will be running in full lila't
in about ten days.
The infant soli of Mr. and Mrs. James
Jarrett, ol Coddard, died Saturday morn
ing after sceral weeks' sk'Kiie-s. The fu.
neral will take plire to-day at ten o'clock
from the residence in (ioddaid.
Kverj rctiuranl In the city was jam lull
:or dinner -estcrday. I lie rush was so
great that Mime bad to go away bungrj.
Thlrtj-two farmers took dinner jesterday
at the Kennedy bouse.
We met quite a number of the boj along
Douglas acuuc last nigbt.whose language,
gait aud general appearance would seem to
indicate that tl ey will not ole for the
apotle M. John.
Mr. II. Cunuiugbam aiheitics Useuhcic
for a gov ernes of aniue j ear old girl, on a
trip to the northern 1 ikes. Age,-c -perientc
and references required, and good wage"
and cxpcnccs paid.
The borsc dealers say the war i oer, or
tint botlities arc suspended during tbc
heated term. llorse and mules will lie
told all the same, and some of them admit
that in justice to the cily the) ought to prj
The inembcM of the Teachei's Institute
will tind in Ttie-daj morning's issue, of
this week, uu article in Kdueationai He-
form containing kjiik radical views. The
author is a oung man in 1111 way connect
ed with educational mattcif. Look out
'Ihe joung men's lllaliie aud l.ogan club
now ha some IS00 members. We are in
formed that it is their puipose to organize
a llambeau dub. and regale lhuusclc
with handsome suits. II) the way, the
Maine and l.ogan suits as repieseuted b)
cuts in our possession, ale the bandomct
uniforms for political purposes we ever
Killed! V Stockingcr have been aw aided
tho contract for doing the plumbing aud
putting in gas at O. C. Daisj's new brick
on Douglas av ftiue. They w ill also put into
the same liuilding, for the use of the crack
er factory, a tweuty horse power engine
nnd boiler. Work is progressing vciy rap
idly on the building, and now It will not he.
longbcfoie the cracker futory is a vcri
Contributors or corn spoiulents should
lircet their letters in the u une ol tbr edi
tor, or simply "F.ditor Kvi.i 1:.'' If addicss
ed In any other way the nritlor is liable to
proe old biloie it teaches tho propi r
bands, 'ihrrc communications tlic p-ist
week, which were directed to individuals
connected witii the oilier instead of being
directed to "Keillor Kvctl.K" were dcl.i)c d,
one ol them rendere'd worthless.
A new postofflcc lisi been petitioned lor
at Ha) tie.
I lie bu)s ate now catching sonic very
Hue strings of hsh out of tbc Little river.
A few of the Mlnneapolists excursionists
are expected to return borne to-diy.
Large quantities of fruit are now being
handled by the express companies.
The past week bas been a rather quiet
one at the Registered deeds' office.
Xo business ol Importance was transact
ed in the district court yesterday.
The -large front for Fritz SnlUler's new
block 011 Market street is now up, aud it's a
The celebrated or somewhat noted di
vorce cise of Mary F. Maddux vs. J. D.
Maddux, will come up for hearing in tbc
district court Monday
Judge Muss does ab ut as much 'court
ing" now-a-da)s as be did in vears of yore.
He will be on the bench again Monday,
ready to bear pleadings from either sex.
"Due of our real estate firms on Friday
sold six quarter sections of Sedgwick coun
ty lauds besides several pieces of city
property. Who imagines the real estate
limine- isn't on a boom
1 lie case of the State of Kansas vs. the
Pctcison boys, who were arrested one day
last week lor throwing stones at the pass
enger train near Dcruy, will be beard in
Justice Thomas' court to-morrow morning.
The State of Kausas vs. Emil Werner, in
which the latter Is charged with assaulting
Mrs. Siuinis, and also the case of the State
vs. J. L. alinm, the husband of Mrs. S.,
who is charged with assaulting Werner,
are two interesting cases set for hearing
before Justice llobbs.
' Ob, Kaiser bav c ) oil lost u dog ' a bob
tail, orniary looking ycllovvih cussi" If
)ou have, he is probably at Wells, Fargo A.
Co's cxpiess oflicc. Leastwise a "vallcr''
dog is there that ui found on the Frisco
train Sunday last, and who f supposed to
belong to a family who came over that road
from the cast Sunda).
A regular matinee was being held at
Italdwin fc Ostcrgren's gallery jcstciday
morning; artistic matinee, of course, in
which prelt) babies aud good looking
women seemed to predominate, l'rof.
Merriett, the portrait urti.t, was present,
as one of the pictures goes on to his easel.
C. M. Flora writes back, from Just where
we know not, to bis attorney, T. 11. Wall,
that just a soon as he can muster up a lit
tle over a hundred dollars be proposes to
come back, p 1)" bis line and remain, here.
'1 be people of Wichita are quite well pleas
ed the wav the matter now stands.
Jlr. I.. K. llilley, who lectures for the
W0111 wr Temperance Fniou this evening
at the l'resb) terian church, comes will en
dorsed bv Ihe press as a speaker, several
extracts having been shown us to that ef
fect, and we have no doubt that those who
favcu women in the pulpit will be delighted
with her speech to-night.
The case of llcnly aud Ann Miller, who
were arrested on suspicion of being the
p-ii ttc who broke open a car on tbc Mnta
l'e hack a few nights ago and stole a case
of boots belonging to A. Allen, was hoard
In Justice Thomas' court Friday, resulting
in the defendants being discharged as there
was not stillicient cv idenee to hold them for
the alleged crime.
In mentioning the real estate transfer
vesterd i) of Joseph Corvin to "The btth
scribci" the Ivpes were a little off It
should hive read Joseph Corvin transferred
to ! (t. Moshcrlots 11 and HI in 1'ierec .V
Van Tillburg's addition. Mr. Moslier will
have Ids new purcliasc rcurve)ed at once
and ofler it for sale in eilv lots.
'Ihe mailer of numbering the houes of
Ibis rilv will come up again Monda) night.
'I he ecu-e for non-action at the 1 1st meet
mg was th it theeit) engineer bad forgot
tou to biiug along his plats, He couldn't
possinlv go Ii.k k alter them, no matter how
mueb the business men wanted the job
done, and of course in tbc absence of all)
revenue from whisky license, the council
could not afford to bile some one to go for
them. For fear that the engineer should
forget again, or seme other cxcuc should
be olfc red, both a plan and an ordinane
have been prepared Jrcady to ofler.
Mr. Mctiill, of Cincinnati, whom we
mentioned jesterday morning, bought
twelve cily lots during the day as an invest
ment. He happened through here seven
jears ago at which time he bought a few
lots and so astonished was he over their
piescnt value that be concluded to go in a
little deeper. Mr. JlcG. is satisfied that
Wichita ofler the best inducement? of any
point iu tho west for a packing house and
he aimed himself with our statistical tables
ami a few cojue of the Kvc;i.k with tho
avowed purpose of making some of Ciuein
natl's packets see it aNo.
SIX DAYS OP NAST1NESS.
Uco. iwarlA of Topcka, was in the
T. J. Temple and W. L. Moore, came
down from Hutchinson jesterday.
J. W. I'eake, a business man of St.
Louis, is stopping at the Trcmont.
Mrs. David L.Miller, living a.short dis
tance east of the cemetery, is ery sick.
Miss Nettle 1. Tailor, ol St. Louis, Is
visiting w ith Mrs. G. C. Strong on Fourth
Dr. Greenlee, of Clearwater, wag In on
busiucss )esterda). He says Clearwater Is
still on the boom.
Miss Lutic Hall, who bas been visiting
in the city for the past few weeks, returned
on Friday to her home In Great Bend.
Dr. J. II. Lawrence, of Clearwater,
came in with his wild Friday night and
started her north jestcrdaj mornings to
visit friends in Ion a.
We are sorry to state that A. 15. Wright,
deputy county treasurer, is quite sick with
typhoid malaria, and was unable to attend
to business jesterday.
Mrs. J. M. Manuel and Mrs. S G.
Winch went on the " isunllower" for an
extensiv e trip. They will step at Toronto,
Fort Scott and other poinis in thcc.itirn
part of tho state,
Henry lltch-irds, oflbe Wichita Whole
sale Grocery establi shment, went down to
Medicine Lodge yesterday morning. Mr.
15. still owns considerable property in that
Mr-. Uobert Jacks will give a party on
Mondaj ulyht to a large number of )oung
gentlemen and ladle in honor of Miss
riiu be Goldberg, of (Julnc)-, 111., a niece
of Mr. Jacks now visiting here.
Mr. Jt. Hatfield returned from Cheney
jesterday morning, where be spent the day
before. He reports Cheney growing and
the country and crops looking fine.
C. II. Kctchum, who went to the Hot
Springs of Arkansas some turco months
ago very low with Inflammatory rheuma
tism, is now. we are gratified to state, near
ly cured, and will be at home tbc first of the
John W. Flood, of Uoddard, was in
the city yesterday. He reports so much
corn coming into that market that buyers
arc unable to handle it.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Alexander and
daughter, of Louisville, Kentucky, are
guests at (he Occidental. Mr. A. repre
sents nearly uiue millions of capital aud the
company of which he is a member have
large land Interests In Southern Kansas.
ICcv.S. I. McKce and bis wife from
Pennsylvania, arrived in the city yesterday
evening, on their way to California, and
arc going to stop a few dajswith bis
brother, A. II. McKee, one of our real
estate men, mid an old citizen. They have
not met for twelve jcars.
A. Tignierc, jr-, Is now at Wrukesba,
Wis., acting as secretary of Cctbesda Min
eral Springs. He sends the editor of tha
lUclLi: an illumnled scroll and bird, done
a pen in ink, with bis, the editor's
A good drug business for sale. For
particulars enquire of fnnes & Ross
Go to tbe first stair east or the Sew
York store for photographs. 32-tf
Smoke La Confesiore Cuban Cigar. For
sale at Swintzell Douglass' drug store.
Loomis i Allen's
Ask your grocer lor
corn. It is delicious.
Baldwin & Oitergren are u ow read t
photograph all who call at their newly fur
nished rooms. No. 9S Douglas avc. Sio
Smoke La Confesiore Cuban Cigar. For
tale atbwintzcll & Douglass' drug store.
Final For Sale.
Six well improved farms, situjted in
Milton and Murdock townships, Butler
county, Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, Sedgwick county, Kansas.
Itcynold's Hro's. celebrated fine shoes tor
women at a reduction of seventy-live cents
per pair. Ladle?, now is tbc time to get a
pair of the best shoes for less than they are
worth. A. ALLKX.
Fast Time and Close Connection !a the St. Louis,
Ft. Scott A Wichita ft. R.
Fa'sengcrs for the east will please bear
in mind that by taking our C a. m. train
thej will arrive In Jiangs City at4;4." p. ra.
and make close connections with all trains
for the east and west. Al. M. Jones,
A Spanish 5 cent cigar at Central Drug
Store is the cigar for the money.
name, combined In the work, which is
Mr. John C. Dcrst, cashier at the Citi
zens bank, and wife, have returned from a
four weeks' '.isitto lYnns)lyania. Their
trip was robbed of much o' Its pleasure
by tbe death of their baby soon alter their
arrival at Mcadvillc, their former home.
Mr. Dcrst says the weather there wrs cool
end dry and the crops suffering for rain.
He sajs In no cily lie visited did he sec such
a busit.css dash as is lUble in Wichita.
Money to Iotq it Sj; Per Cjat.
We have money to loan at C per cent in
terest on good productive real estate, cither
in tbc city or country. Priv lieges granted
to pay loan before due, and interest parable
annually or semi-annually, as desired.
0G-dA.w-tf Bu.n.nku. & Hois
We arc making s rdi;cttcp or all of
Stac) , Adams A. Co's. hand sewed shoes for
men. come and get a pair while they are
selling so cheap. A. Am.k.v.
boner at Cbeap Gate'.
We have made arrangements to 'oin
money iu this part of Kansas lor the North
o Milwaukee, and can offer lower rates
than have ever been made in Ibis section of
the country. Local agents wanted iu ad
.'J."-tf . Hu.nnkli. ItOVe.
RAILKOAD jiiiE TABLES?
Tbe following table give the arrival and de
parture of trains at Wichita.
ATCHISON, TOPEKA ft SAVTAFK.
Express B.33A. M.
Ac. Freight. S.M P. M.
Wichita gx.3 00P. M.
Expnaa... 3:leA. M.
Ac-Freight 3:13 P. X.
..... 5:30 P.M.
Kansas City Express
Express-.... 5:iJF. M
Ac.Fleight II :43 A.M.
All others dally except Sunday.
ST LOUIS A SAX FKANCISCO.
Mall train from St. Louis arrives at 6 00 p. m. ;
leaves for the north at 6 05 p. m.; Mall train
learn for the east at 9 V a. ni.
WICHITA 4 WESTERN.
Accommodation leaves the Union depot fox
Cheney at 10.15 a. m.; Freisbt depot at at 11.00
a.m. Returning, leaves Cheney at 3:10 p. m.,
arriving at Union depot at S.00 making connec
tion for Kansas City vrith the regular puteager
from the south.
ST? LOUIS, FT. SCOTT Jt WICHITA.
Ac. Frtjrht. 9 OS p. m.
ex. .v aiaii- j.uv.
Freielit .. ..10 00 a. m
The Clearwater train leaves at 10:30 a. m
arrives at 1.30 p. m.
Ex. & Mail 6 00 a. m.
Freight. ..10 00 a.m.
Ac Freight U.Oi a.m.
DIB. RICHMOND 4 SEXTON
Will attend together all severe cases, and will
treat magnetically at their houses all who de
sire. Why suffer or make a drugstore pf your
stomach, when jou can behrajeifiniigneucallyj
Consultation fre. Cuargoa reasonable. l)r
Richmond's office at Jo 64 South Water street.
Mrs Sexton's office 00 Market street, three
doors north of Jail. dv;-wlS-lm
-They Don't Relieve It.
But It Is a Fact.
They Can't See Htw We Do It
But We Do All the Sane.
We Sell a. Lace Wool Bunting; for 121-2 Cents.
"vOIRTEl" 40 "cts
No Other Store But
Horseshoe Can Do It.
We Can Because We Buy Cheap,
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap.
Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose for 49 Cents!
Worth $1.00 in any Other Store in the City or State.
The Secret Is, We Bougt Them Cheap.
Consequently, We Can Sell Them Cheap.
"WE .A-IRE SELLTiTG-
Ladies Regular-made Hose, Solid Colors, for 19c,
That Our Comp titors are Offering as Slaughtered Bargains for 40 Cents.
Wo Bought Them Cheap.
VU. MIW. ItlCIIMO.ND Dtt. MRS. SEXTON
Have bad long and verr successful experience
In obstetrical cases, and under their magnetic
treatment parturition is mostly without pain,
o. vv. CGip-ipS, HOpT, f 1'IATf
-ttoniejs at l.au. Will piaotlce in both state
and Federal courts. Office in Temple block,
Main street, second stairway north or fot
office, Wichita, Keuas.
The I'liotographer. Pictures in all tlics and
styles. He also carries the finest assortment
ofploturo frsnys in tho city. Q 'i!8 s
fritmdly call unci examines samples u-2-tf
Architect and superintendent. Office oppo
site Occidental Hotel, Main Btrcet, N Ichltu,
lenders her professional services to the citUutis
tf CCIMnt. Vlulm.iHiir Imtlis h filwri<v.
Ife Insurance Company, Office on Main street, second door froinsouth-
west corner or rirai street, up-siuiri .i- un-
I)n. W. S. McIlUIlNIK,
former! phvslcii.il and snrgeon to tilt m$
IIHh City aud Slnrinp hospital, fcwllatp health
glljccr c.rSmlngnU'1, Illinois, pas located at
No. I't Main street, opposite the postolpcu
Sturlnl nttnttrkti until tn irvitrrolnev And elei..
The onfy kvht worth lie At the .SpaliMi at tro-vapor, electro-sponge and galvanic hathQ
Central Drug Store, oppon !tc poUofllce. , Ws 8 l" ,0 " a",, s to 4 '' "$?x
, TKUItV A DCMONT,
' Architects and Superintcndentn. Office In
I Hots Mook. VVirhlta, Kansas 2-tf
EuiiiccsCptorltiDity in Wellintton
Sloek of Ir Cuodi for s-ale. Choice lo
cation; I irjje room. Aililrev,
KliWvitl'1', Tiioviso.v .t Co,
55-71 Wellington, Ian:a-.
Cuton ere to telephone urdvr-c to lliusn
m.iu A l'i cent .it for city hack. II5 if
OKUANS TO KENT
Capt. W. Y. Drew, the fpccial agent of
the Interior Dcpirtinetit. for the. examina
tion of fraudulent entries of public latnU,
whoso lieadquiilcre lias been In this city
for some months past, ha, received ordcts
to investigate the fraud in the I.irncd dis
trict and lo make the city of Lamed his
headquarter for the present. Capt. Drew
is a very earnest, effective and conscien
tious olliccr, and he U commended to the
people of l.arned as bcin a perfect gentle
man in all respects.
"bix Days of Natiiies-" is the plaj to be
put cut the lioardn in the district court next
Maddux Vi-. Maddux; Huicnbick s
Itttsetiback ; 'lliilmati v. Tliiliimii ; lluh
vs. litisli will make up the bill of tare.
Of cotte we could report all these can's
in full, dwelling on the suggestive portions
of the spicy testimony, veiling with a glass
the much that will be indecent, and, of
course, there would be a great rush for the
Kcr.t.i: cer morning, but vvc won't. Kv
erjbodv would read with an unusual zest,
but It would be at the expense of dcccncv.
We are pleaded to saj to tho-e wanting
lumber that we are just tdarlin:; a new
vard, on the north side of Douglas avenue,
eist of depot. Wewillkeepa good stock,
and guarantee lo save jou money on all
MIN that we may till. We are nobody's
ifCeitt, and belong to 1,0 luti)bcr ring, but
net on our own rr-poindbilitv in offering
lumber of all kimU cheaper than it ha
ever before been sold in this city. It will
cost jou nothing to come aud get our prices
and thcreb learn tint we mean what we
sny. Kcpcetlully, J. II. Mt'itlt vy.V Co.
ISJI E J. 3D
Or Address I ock lso ,,
Dawn Goes the Prices.
Sea foam.. .
At .1. C. McMillcn's, one door west of It. K.
Itrown's auction house. C0-tf
60,000 "lloss'' branil now on Santa Ke
track, for sale iu lots to suit, from cars at
S3.S0 or 1.60 Irom yard. Free delivery.
0-2t Joii.s 1)a is, Agent.
A man from the east, who had been bete and in many cases, at the expense ol iuno
adavor two and had evidcntlvecn some- cencv. Nobody would be bettered, while
body drinking, stood near the Trcmont lio
tel waiting for the strcst car. lree ntly a
load ol hay came along cud he made a rush
after it, mistaking it for a strec t ear, He
mrde a jump for the rear end of the load
and caught on to the hay, which gave wav
and he fell back into the street. He gath
ered himself up and exclaimed, "Whit ort
ol street cars have they got here, any
manv would be harmed. This refusal may
be attributed to a lack of enterprise upon
our part, but llio'e vv ho enjoy such things
must go and heur for themselves.
The manufacturing establishment started
in Douglas avenue some months ago. oppo
site Israel ltros. clothing house, lor the
purpose of making the spiral bed spring is
daily growing in extent and business, and
is new turning out a clan of good" lint
meet with a ready sale. It i being opera
ted by two practical men, Messrs. Shnt and
Kerry, and Is destined to become a promi
nent lactot in the cllvV business. '1 lie pa
tent spiral bed spring is now considered one
of the very best make and rapidly grows in
favor vvheie ever introduced
A fresh arrival from the Kmpirc 'talc
took u, the Wichita Times at the postollue
bookstore jestcrdaj, when his eve caught
Ihe following item: ' This Is an Indepen
dent Uepubliean paper; make no mistake
about this." Then turning the little rig
over his eje fell on "drover Cleveland for
president, Thomas A. llendrick for vice
president.'' lie turned it over again and
again to sec if he had read aright: then ho ,
exclaimed: "My God, don't thej- know
out here that them fellows are not Uepub
cana J" The man from Xcvv York then ran
out as if intent on hunting up the Times
man aud tell him lo pull dow n his sign.
11. .1. Harding, the head of the tirni of
Harding A Fisher, leaves to-morrow morn
ing for the cast. He will go up to hi old
home in ItrookflclJ, Massachusetts, for a
few clays, then clow n to the ea shore until
the opening of importers book aud station
ery trade when he will put in four or live
weeks btijiirg. Theirs Is the largest book
aud stationer and wall paper house in the i
state of Kansas; and Mr. Harding V"J,?,hr l;Rr
says be will make such purchases
and arrangements as will
their home to supply cverv- retailer
In the Arkantas valley at tigures
which retailers cannot duplicate eat or
west. In wall and other papers manufacturer-
vvjth whom he is acquainted and
with whom he has dealt for j ears, have
The billowing are the real estate traiisf rs
recorded In the office of the register of
dec ds sine e our last report :
'.lolmll. Tike to Andrew McCullev,
the ii vv ir of sec It, 2?, 3 west.. . f 1
.lohn II 1'ike to Andrew McCullv,
ldO ai res ol the ne r of sec 17, 2Js,
" west 1
Andrew MeCulley to John II Tike,
tbenwiprscc I4,2, .1 west 1
K G I.eland to 11. -N. l.eland, lots 15.
17 and 1!, situated in west Wichita :!00
.lohn (5 Taj lor to Win F Farrow lot
(si ou thecorncrof Douglas avenue
and M'ater street in Wichita 4.750
Andrew McCullev to Sarah F Finchcr
1H0 acres the "ne r of sec 17-2S-.1
David S. Miller same throuch the s hi
of sec 27-2S-.1 vv est . . . ... !W0
Franklin Fav, same through tho hf
of sec :.2s-l w est . . 500
Mary II Kellogg, same through tliene
vrol scct-2!-l west .. . . 500
William Coop r, same through the ne
irof sec 10-20 2 west . 200
X.arah McClurv. same through the se
cjrof sec 13-2J-2 west . . . .100
August (irantz, same through the s
cprsec 7-2H2 west . .150
W. II. .Miller to Frederick O.Jordan.
20 acre, tho west hf of the sw or of
the se qr of sec 8-2" 1 w est . 250
Geo. W. .Ionian to hrederlek t Jor-
dan, SO acres, the west hf of the iiw
qrofscc U.2y-1 vvct ... . 1.0m)
W. II. Miller to lludolph Jordan, 20
aercH the e hfof the svvcprol the e
qr of sec .1-2-J-l west ..... . 250
!s. It. Ulchards, right of way for St.
l.ouis. Fort Scott A Wichita rail
i road through the n c cjr of see 2. 2$
1 west 400
Irv ing Richmond, same through Hip s
I c qr of sec 25, 27. 1 vvet. . WO
John Stewart, same through the n eqr
of the seqrof sec 27, 20. 2 west.... 100
It, K Lawrence, same through then
wqr. of secltO, 2S, 1 east 300
I. l'lereebarger. same through the
vvqrof see 5, 2:'. I wc-t . , W
TO AI.I. WlIOVI IT VI IV CONChKN.4L.This
i to testify that the bearer, Mr. Adolph
Itojs, hag becu in my employ for the last
two months and a half, and in every re
spect In. given entire satisfaction, thus
recommending him to the fraternity most
His parting with me is not caused by any
ill-feeling towards him, but seems more
the outgrowth of some misunderstanding
which I most heaitilj deplore.
Mr. ltos can be found at Mr. Itogers gal-lerv-,
with samples ol his work which he
executed both In this country and in Ku
ropc; also work which he has doue since
his anival in our cilj. Our parlors are
cool and pie is tut, and all are welcome to
them to rest and examine, the work. 50-1
Graff's European Hotel, Restaartm mi Con
fectionery. Being compelled to go cast at an earlv
date I will sell mj entire business to acanh
purchaser, or will sell the restaurant aud
confectioner. Have a lease on the build
ing lor three veai. For particulars ad
dress, u 1. Git ft,
51-tf Wichita, Kan.
The Spnnisli 5 cent cigir is the boss at
Central Drug More, opposite the postolhcc.
Sw KM7KLI. A Doi'llLAs.
1 run a baggage wngou in connection
with the street car lino and attend all
trains. I.cive ordeis at street car st ibles
or with driver of strict cars.
55-74, C. F. I.KW I-.
DR. H. H. TOST,
I'Kvc IK '.I. VM -i IKMIHC
Fiiator XorthD o of Fostofflce.
Please do not uixIerstHnd Hint I alii not
thnnkrid fur the libel. I patronue of the peuple
of Wichita, foi it his lar snriii-sel my exjieeta
tions. With n thmisnnil"Ihitiik vouV' lor tbe
intelligence v oil hncehlreadj i.hticnin eoiniii
forward uid'ohlhiiilii what uillsnve jou Ihnt
wlilrli nmnej c innot Luy Isiox, l still
want Jou to coiitiuue to lume, altli'iu.'li the
neatlsr Isdreadlul hot.
Like nil Hie rest of mankind. I mil ulllhifr to
work for money V lib me it I the few paltry
doll irs thatlsinit. With jou ItUimntternf
far gleater iinportanee one that cannot be
computed In dollars and cent s.OCOIne nion
and I n 111 stanil the hot w c ather as Iongr as I can
Uo gooil. anil at the same tune make "nine
money, which is every m lira iliitj".
Hut jou that Ihe In tow n come earlj ciue In
thecool of the ilaj : come before the crowds be
gin tCKoiiie fnnii the coiintrv, a mlstal.ee are
liable to occur under such circuitistanrcs. or
coureiuUtakesaie corrected should there be
any. lint w don't ant to make iinv. and sel
dom will II ample time i allowed lint allou
me to Imprest, on jour minds the fact that the
proper selection of spectacles to correct the
vision, and asslct nature In letalnlng the nor
mal condition of the eve. Is a matter that can
not lie too carefully atteudtd to, and should not
be done iu haste.
If you are rich I don't want all jour wealth
fora iialrof in) lenses. iVhilel am no chean
optician, dealing Iu cheap goods, 1 will not
ask of yon more thin you are willing to pay
alter seeing what I enn do for jou. If you are
poordou't let Jiocerty keep jou &aj. 'Ihe
Lord knoi that If anjbodv needs rimmI sight
It Is the poor. ,V) coinean'l -e me, anil I prom
ise jou the same attention nnd same Ien-is that
the rich hive, and at a price that you are able
to pnj .
UK II 11 IOsT,
i. w sMirn,
Kagle huihlinjc, lou-liii avenue.
II. Mil- h VltltW Ulthll.VL'Oli,
Attornejsat laiw, commercial block, VV leh
.1. -VI. HM.DKItsrOX.
ATTOitMtV VT law, Wichita, Sedgwick county
Kansas Olhce In Centennial Itlock
SI Xt,hV WAM,,
Attoruejsut I.HU", VVieliita, hansus. Onice
over Citizens' hank.
K. 1.8 KK.STZ,
rhsLlnii ami xiirgeon Othcvover 1-oiler .t
W. F. WAI.KLIE,
Altornev at Law. Oflire over Kansas Na
DintUt Ollice In Kent II lliilblhiy '.Ki-ite
llotlice. Main street, Wlchltn, UaiisKS.
leeth extracleil witliont pain lJ nltios oviile
I. .1 CUIsif,
Aiclilteit and upetliitniriit Olliec , Hiull
erner's liloek, hoopla nveiuie. In tween. lo
peka aceiiue aud Laisrenee t , VVbhlta, Kan
1. II. IIOC-TOV. V W LkNTILV
HOI TON 4 HUM I KV,
ttoiiitv-ni Ian Otlu over Kaunas Va
tiimal bauk, Widiiti, hau
cnitrartnrs sinilbiillilers.oii llrst street, t
of County building
J. F I.UJOK, -
Attoruej-al Iacw, Wichita, Kansas.
k c i:L't;iLi,
Attornev-at-I cw Ollnu over .X'o ii. Main
sin rt, Wichita, Kinsnt J.'-
O, I KII1K,
Vttornev at Law Ituoni Xo .1. V h lauid
mine btilldlnir, Mlchlin, Ksn is
J. L llhrtltlVC,
(Jul Knlnei rami Ileal FstatuAent 'I em.
ile hlook near Postotlue, Wichita, Kansti
I lit. .1. C IICAV, ,
DixrisT. Kixrnic in riM building. Main
street, oiosIte llanllug A fisher's. l.'-JI-
ii:. vv l jiiiui:,
lk.NTsf Cllhce ocer Parties t. Son' drug
to re. Centennial bbick. VV IcliIU, 41-
That Is How Wo Do It
We Have the Goods We Advertise. Come and See for Yourselves
At the Horseshoe Store.
INNBS & ROSS.
N. X. T. P. O.
,. .'4 &.
- TC, -
I have oourlmlcil In clnsf. out my eMitirc scm k cif Utillt-V Ml-set
.' and (liililn.n's
Itojrnrdlr-- of Cost lo niiikc room for :tn ulr:i higc' Hloet of
Clolliing; and Men's
and Boys Boots Shoes!
Ttiisi Line vv ill ln
Sl.inlit(ri'd until everv
lon't jou I'ori't it.
ptir is gone, nnd
Filly Cents ; worth $1.00.
CITY PROPERTY l$l
One Week Only
.New York Store
M.' KOHN o-'COf
COME QUICK! '
DonElas Ave., one Door West of "Citizens Bank.
C H B A P C A S H S TO R K.
1 .me noH- If i.io watt oniof the finest rlty
proiertj- at I rl-c that will -lftiiIih you
IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
t)Iamonl Pin, "sleeve Itntton-', Klnp, VVntrh
I haln, or in Tact anvthlnfr, it will aj
Von to go ami ee
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, If he ha anjlhlnc yon want, you can sve
money hv hoylnjr ot hltn fj- Two doors
west f Iremont llou.e, ncit to Melerlunl
erV laml oPnv, II DoiikI avenue, Wichita,
"EC. GK LJ-E,
Corner Mitu street
nnl I"ngls venl)e,
No ufre l sllilti lor 'omethliij; uooil to
cat when bv tepIlin!; In at Kiillcr.t Jou's
vou can Kct 3 can of I.ooniii- X- Allen'
When I vlrvv from my oftlce window the
enable I liricroS,ncous conglouicralc Uiaftes ol cor
ruption luai aciorn um uaca. srem anu ai
lev?, ami then to go out upou the main
ttrct'U and tec the tilth that abounds there
on ovcry i.ide. I don't wonder at tbe hearse
being ccn on the streets every day. H
ha pot to such a riMicutoui pa that if you
I .. t. - .... . r-k.. .n i .....
..I ..:. i. i.i .,.i i. ..... llllKOOUiaiuigoium mill uu.ti.c ujai
aiin-u &u iiuuisii iiiiii iciifi k ixl. mirii 1 3 r-m i
will nablc liitn to conijieto a a whole
saler, with any lione vvextof Xcvv York
del lUton. The mercliantfi or other town
fcouldaiakc a note of Lliis.
the mat: In tbc moon bold bis nn-e when
be jiasscs over Wichita,
Your without a struggle,
II. II. Yom.
town company lot
and Loan compinv "s
the ale of lUtlleld
at the Wichita LancV
o!Uce, Uiuk ofCom-St-tf
Smoke La Confeiore Cuban Clj;ar. For
sale at Swintcll A Douglass drug store.
Go Eut Tia the St, Locii, Ft. Scott & Wieh
Ity taking our C 00 a tn. truin passnger
arc landed in Kancas City early in the af
ternoon and make close connection with
all train;. It is true that we leave early,
but passengers will go by the above popu
lar route no matter what time tbe train
Kor further iufortation pleate call on the
undersigned, who will sNdh furnish par
ticulars. ourt truly.
llntig our bahir, vour children aud all
the big folks to HaMvvIn X Ostergren's, and i
be pnotograpned with lightning speed. TO. u
So. 6S Pougla avenue Is where yon
can ret comfortably while nailing for
your pictures. Ci-tf
THE " TVEXSSQTT.R,! STRA.M -WAf-'HEa!
The lie-t wa.hlrc-ma.hlne In Ihe HorM -a time. Iah.r n. clothe SUnp'c, lnrMe
anil ea-Ilv owrate.l. ami diet it. work better than any other maculnn iu.le iiuocanos n'Dc
anv ml.bluK on the boinl wl.alevcri therefore absolutely no wear or tear on m cioine.
t 2, i
?rc Have L'liiciiil in Sl(i6lc
TliirLy-two Cases of
New Styles in Fall Hats
vein wali anvuiiLK rroma lacecouar loa immi uiankei, ami Brp.ia.iif .- , - ", " ,
-Uctlon l.very liarchaserlsenlhusWsticinlUiiralse Kor proof we rl"-.;ttnlly rrfrycnw
he follow Inc arsons, who are n.ins the machine JIe.!aiue Mary .!, VV ltiiolds, U v.
teenrwl.J. VV. Whlteaml IS l:ntlede, of t.hlrblss. ami Tjirlmer, Jolin l.atllir. Jaiuca
tirhie. -lUnlson. K. Ila.l-an.l Doc Ie, of Wichita, or any other purcha'ers JV !
II a Kirrt-tla-s VV rinser-the Krie uirlor to any other In the market VII on.r ajiilrl
no me at Wichita or Kliirlttse will recelte prompt attention '' " , I'1'!';,
jg tf .;nt for s-edifwlck Conol)
SIXTY DAYS CLEARANCE SALE
BOOTS .A-ILsriD SHOES
RED I FRONT SHOE STORE!
At tliat lime' we will oiler yon ativlhiujr in the Coot ami Shoe Hue at or j
llat, and this
than o ever
Bargains in IhcGloves Slock!
'j Dozen Silk 7ijfeta Utorfngoo'l value at .W txiift
rer jmir trill be doted out tit S3 rertls.
25 Cents; Reduced to 12 1-2 Cents.
5 1-2 Dozen J.itle Frame OlorejgtiO'l thIm at 2ft
rrntMper jtiru-ill l dotal out at 121-2 vmlt fr
Soft :lik1 Stiir Shapes.
Call Soon and Get Your Size.
Our toc!c u large and from the be. manurBntrrs ol tne
ale will lic,au exlra chance lo get IJools and Shoe cbeajier j
ot th"fii before, a- tbey niu-t -ell to rnalce room for a Mrgc
Four Door? South of the IVvitollicc.
--$ - :
19 Main St.
A goo tock of groceric. oa the best
corner in the cit), Tor sale by Uu Wichita
Land 1-oan Co. iMtf
PIRST-CLASS WORK AT COMPETITION PRICES.
riBs. "perif icali KUi
am rarmiakctf rt 3ltlc,
ty Sh.jpeftolh hle touf!a. reot sear SjriJj
04 toISc lrtt er, Wichita Kaiuaj
Rei.i.Bc 7lrl aI WkklU itmu,
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