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PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
Bizint H putting up some magnificent
'Lho nest fcessiou ol the Stale Sanitay
OommlBslon vv 111 be held in this city.
Meeting ol the Young Men'fc Kepubllcan
luh thin evening. Let c cry one attend.
The main upright walls are now bcir.g
laid for SmythS new brick one door east of
Israel Bros, on Douglas avenue.
V. M. Pattcc, of this city, and MUft Sadie
Kuovvle, of Kl Dorado, were married cs
tcrday by 1'robate Judge Jcvvctt.
Several "rrlrlc schooners" loaded i th
mover, passed through the city jestcrday
for the Miiitti and west, In quest of liomcs.
Vine-collected in the police court jes
tcrday amounted to S"2 the monthly
stipend paid by violators of the prohibitory
Kev.T. W- "vVooJrovv will preach at Kut
Ml hall next Sunday ev cnlng at 8 oVlorfc.
A cordial invitation is extended to the pub
lic to attend.
The rase of 31r7. Sims vs. Kmil Werner,
which was t-ct for hearing jc-tcrcJay.In
.!utlce Hobb's court, has been j.oMponed
until next Monday.
Will ltobtn'oti has returned from the
c-a'.t, and from the amount of goods they
arc rccciviug It looks as ir No. 21 Main
4icct would want to rent another room.
The lolloping llgurrt. will show the re
ceipts and dUbuMcmcnH at the county
treasurer's oflicc up to the hour of clo-liig
business J esicrday: Keccipts. $303.33. Dis-bnr-ciiieil,
The Young Men's ltepubllcan
hae a meeting this evening in the court
loom. A full attendance of all the mem
bers is requested, and the publlr arc i onli
ally Invited to be present.
Seven persons were brought to this city
jestcrday from Kingman count-, charged
with various "crookedness" In relation to
land matters. They will have a hearing
before IT. S. Commissioner Shearman.
D. A. Wicks was exhibiting upon the
streets vestcrday a vcrv fine sample of
what Is" known as Scabbard Hush Cactus,
which is now being utilized for fencing
purposes, taking the place of the Osage
The rase ol Mary i:. Dlttmnn vs. sheriff
Fisher, in which the latter wes sued for
nailing up the doors of the former's prop
erty, it hiving been dcil.ired a nuisance,
was decided in lav or of Ki-hcr by Justice
WcIN, Kargo establl-hcd express Mrvieo
on the Wbhitaand Western road to King
man jestcrdav-, and now the agents on that
load have all they can do to handle the im
mense amount of express imttr-r that is
going to that place.
Woik will be comnwMiccd on the new
M. i:. church building as soon as the foot
stone arrive.and w III be vigorou-ly pushed
foi ward to completion. Large piles of ma
terial for the structure Is now on the
ground, and they hive began ceavating
for the foundation.
.Several famlllc-of Harvey count Men
unites, some of whom have sore ees, came
to the city :i tew ij.ivs ago to have them
treated by Dr. Mun-ill, and have rented a
dwelling In the north put of the city and
will remain here and keep Iioimp while un
The small child or Mr. and Mr. Daniel
Hibbert, living on the coiner or Waco and
Oak sheet, died at about 1 o'clock Monday
night. The remains vv ci e shipped on the
anti l'e train at r o'clock esterday after
noon to Itlaekbiirn. Mo., where two other
children ol the siine family are buried.
Our Sunday morning Usuc announced
that Col. Hartell expected to be out by
Monday, butho has hid Miothcr back sit,
and csli rday he was suffering very great
ly, lie. has been working ton li.iiil and con
tlniiousl of late, and when he does gel up
will have to take matters more coolly.
C. II. ISard-har, the trustee of (Jreclcy
township, was in town je-tcrday. Mr 15.
siys the corn in that portion ol the county
Issupcliorto the crop in tills section this
year, as they had up there several line rains
ill July, vvlih li did not reach this section.
Ilesajs everybody up tint vvav is Inppj
P. S. Deputy Marshall Williams returned
lust evening from Anthony, having in
charge Martin TravK charged with forging
Mini entries, and 11. T. Cuiuinings and It.
C. Walcott, charged with violating the
revenue law, or selling liquor without gov
ernment license. They will have a hearing
before Coiiiinis-loner Micinnin.
Mr. and Mrs. 11.(5. I.ee arrived this week
from Wichita, Kansas, where Mr. I., is
tttrgely engaged In leal estate transitions.
The descriptions given by our friend of
the above city and its immediate surinuud
lugs are glowing, and we almost feel as if
wc would like to take a trip wet and
"grow up with tho country." N'yaek (N.
l'Yatik rishcr.rrank Dale and A. II. Mc
Kce, departed Iat evening for the state
capital to attend the Democratic blow-out.
Mayor fireiffsteiu.C.ipt. White ami others
expect to leave for tho convention this
morning X. A. Kngli'-h and Geo. Stceu
rod got their enthusiasm vvoiked up to
such a point tint they went to Topeka on
the early train je-terdiy morning.
The itlaiue and I.ogait club (colored)
metal the court room Mondiv evening and
held a very Interesting meeting. Jjcvcral
new members were added to the lub, and
the proper parties were instructed to vend
to St. I.oulxand get samples and price of
uniform-, It being the intention of the club
to purchase uniforms and make a handsome
appearance when on parade.
The National I.ibor party of Sedgwick
coliuty, Kaiisaj, will hold a oonvc ntion In
Wichlti, Aug 23, at o'clock p. in., at
ltue!l hall, to appoint delegates to the
stale and district conventions, and for any
other business tint ma come before the
meeting, tireenluekcrs. anti-monopolist1
and labor reformers are expected to attend.
J. W 1 URN'S, Chairman pro tern f
1 I' furlong brought to the office ves
terday lour early Craw ford pcaehe hang
ing on a forked twig less than one loot In
length, the Hrgcstone measured nine and
oue-lialf indie in circumference anil the
Miiillcstone eight and one-half inches. The
four weighed one pound and eight ounces
and a half. They grew on hi place on To
peka avenue, for beauty ai.d rlchncs in
flavor thev weie unsurpassed.
Mr. X. M. Southwick, potuiatcrat ,ar
den riain, brought to the Kju;i i: office
yesterday, a tine sample of poaches grow n
in !il father's orchard near that place. On
a limb less than fifteen Inches long were
thirty-one peaches, about two-thirds ma
tured. Mr. S informs u that his father. 11.
Southwlck-, will hive nearlv fiyo hundred
bushels of pcaclic this fall, UN other
fruit Is doing nicely In fact fruits of all
kind in thisvallej never looked better than
at the preent time.
A very Interesting trial took place in the
police court jestcrdav. T. M. Lane was
arrested charged with disturbing tbe peace
or Mr. Tangncy, manager of the Douglas
Avenue hotel, who alleged that Lane cjuuc
to tho bedroom occupied by himself and
wife late one night, and after tr.vlngtogct
In, broke the door down, badly frightening
Mr. and lrs. Tangncy. Scv era! w itnoses
were examined, but the testimony wa
such that Judge Glenn discharged the de
fendant. Lane conducted his own case.
Basley & Lev ridge hav e sold their old and
popular city livery stable stand, together
with horse?, carriages, good will and all to
Worlcy Si Galloway, ofllloomington, Indl-
di ana. Tbe new firm hare been In tbc liv
ery busjness all their lives and come highly
recommended as first-class business men as
they are evidently gentlemen whom tbe old
customer of B. &. L. will find In ev ery way
worthy of their confidence. Mr. Levridgc
will now gain a much needed rest. Both
Basley and Lcvridge have bean so long with
Wichita and in -he livery business that the
notice of their sale astonished everyone.
About 11 o'clock Monday night a stranger
in this city was " held up" by two thieves
in the neighborhood of the union depot,
who seized and chocked him into submis
sion, then went through his pockets, secur
ing a bank check for $25 and f3 in stiver, as
well as a valise containing nearly all of his
doming. It has got to such a pass In this
city that it is no longer safe to venture on
back streets after dark unless you have a
Gen. V. C. Bust, of New York City, who
is one or the company owning the uew
combination Etrcet pavement now being put
down In New York City, and in Paris, and
four hundred miles of which has been con
tracted for tbe streets of London, spent the
day in Wichita yesterday. General It. says
it won't bo long beforo we will be ready to
pave Douglas avenue and Main street, at
the rate we are growing, and when the
time docs come he will be on hand to show
the superiority of his pavement overall
Mr. I.. A. Garner, general route agent
for Wells, Fargo & Co's. express, with
headquarter at Kansas City, arrived in
Wichita jestcrday. He made arrangements
for a thorough overhauling and remoddle
ingof their office in this city, and will fit It
up in regular metropolitan stjle, placing a
fine counter across the front end of the
room, aud, other wUe add to the conven
ience of the office. The Sauta Fe railroad
company will also establish a city t.cket
office in the front northwest corner of the
room. When the repairs are completed
and things all arranged, the surroundings
will have a very handsome appearaucc.
Sunday evening thieves
burglarize the residence of Louis Itankc,
on Fourth avenue between Lewis and Wil
liams streets, but were frightened away be
fore they had effected an entrance. Mr.
ltauke heard strauge noises around the
house at about ll o'clock and got Uj aud
went to the window to see what was the
matter. He saw several men prowling
around, and in order to scare th cm away,
discharged one or two shofs from a small
revolver. This had the desiied eflect, ami
the thieves took to their heels and ran off.
Mr. It. thinks there were four of them, and
believes he recognized one as a man that he
used to know in Wellington.
l'ror. II. W. Wells, a brother-iu-law or
F. W. Swab, arrived In Wichita a few dav s
ago from Topeka, has bought proper!) and
will make this city his future home. Mr.
Wells is a dancing master by profession,
and proposes opening a dancing school in
this city as soon as the weather becomea a
little cooler. lie not alone teaches this ac
complishment, but also deportment aud
etiquette. Forthepist two years he ha
metwith much success in Topeka, where
he has been giv Ing lessons in the terpsicho
reau art, and those of our readers who de
sire t extend their knowledge In this di
rection, would do well to call upon him ul
Mr. Swab's merchant tailoring looms.
John Carey and W. T. Jevvett, while
coining acioss the Big river bridge Moud ly
ina buggy, came near meeting with a bad
accident. When about half way across the
noticed a runaway team coming from tbe
other end. They immediately jumped out
of the buggy and attempted to turn around
and get out of reach of the runaway. In
the hurry Jew ctt fell down and was run
over by the buggy, which fortunately was a
light one. The runaway team was stopped
beforo reaching them, and thereby a li id
accident was averted. Jcwctt's injuries
were not verj bad, although his right leg
was pretty lame the balance of the day.
Last week Stewart & Bojle shipped on
order .1 male pig to B. F. Smith, of Gaideu
1'laiii. Mr. Smith was so well pleased with
him that he came to Wichita jestcrday fur
tbc express purpose and purchased another
one ol the opposite scv. A few dajs ago
Mr. Fulleiiwidcr, or Kl Dorado, came over
and purchased three head. His ncighnur,
Mr. Thomas, after seeing them took Hie
train for Wichita and likewise purchased
two head. Depaitmeut Commander fond,
who has a farm near ft. Scott, gave ttic
Colonel an order for a tiue mule pig on
Monday. The present high price ol lat
hogs is exerting an influence on the demand
for thoroughbreds, and those of our farmers
who hive good ones to sell are in luck.
J. C. Worley and W. B. Galloway, I Uely
of Bloomington, Ind., who have spent
three or four weeks in traveling over the
state on the hunt for a good plicc to estab
lish thcinselv es in ths liv cry business, hav u
returned to Wichita, thoroughly satis
fied that this is tho best city in the state
and has the brightest prospects Thej havo
purchased the City Stables ol Holey .V
Lcvcrldge aud will take possession at once.
Mcsr. Worlcy & Gallowaj, are wide
awake, enterprising j oung men, fully post
ed iu all the details of this branch of busi
ness, and being courteous and obliging gen.
tlcmcn vvill be sure to meet with success In
their ne.v field. Mr. Worlcy, who is a mar
ried mm, will send for his family at once.
The Kmii.i: takes plcnsiuo iu welcoming
the new firm to Wichita, and bespeaks for
them a generous patronage.
PUULIC SALE OF TOWN LOIS.
K. 1. Ford A- Sons' sale of city lot in
ford's addition to the city, jestcrday alter
iioon, was well attended by buyers, consid
ering rbe unfavorable condition ol the
weather up to l'i o'clock. Bidding was
vcrv- liv e!j those picsent having attended
the sale with the evident intention of buj
ing. Most of fie lots sold were excellent
building sites, and ranged in price from ?1S
to 50, reserve "D" bringing 8110, and v.as
bid oil to G. 11. Dome. Capt Murray
Mjcrs and K. A. Dorse purchased some of
the most desirable sites. The whole amount
of the alternoou sale was ?t,7l.f0.
Many ol the parties tuning j immediate
ly elect dwellings upou their lots. Ford's
addition is a mile and a half north of Doug
las av i line, 17th street being the north line.
Mr. George W. White, proprietor of the
Star restaurant, conducted the sale, and did
it very silcccssfullj-. This, the writer be
lieves, is the first sale of ton n lots at auc
tion ever had In Wichita, aud it being suc
cessful, will likely be lollowjed by other.
The ract that Sedgwick county has such
an abundance or fruit, eijual to any hi the
world, suggested tne tlesire; to bo repre
sented as a couutj in our -tate fair. We
feci asMircd that it will icipiirc but little
effort ou the part of the fruit growers of
thl c-ountv to make a displsv- that vv III be a
credit to the countj. The Horilcultur.il
department of the state fair i taken charge
of by The State Horticulture Soclctj', of
which J. (i. Sampson Is vice president for
thl-, couutj-. He will see that all Irults left
at Smyth. V Son-.' Implement store on Doug
las avenue, who have set .spirt ten feet
squire and who have kindlj- eon-ented to
receive aud care for all fiuits leU until the
time to transfer them to the st te fair. It
should be remembered tin t the jelety re
quire al least live specimens of etch vari
ety when brought iu competiton for a pre
mium. Trcscrve the sterna on all fruit and
wrap each specimen In tissue or other pi
per with the name of tbc fruit. Fruit can
be left until Saturday the Gtli t -September,
when it will be taken to Topeka and pro
PILING IT ON.
Dr. 1.. Turner, of St. Louis, whose
"u.au"ru'","0'u",-y.new,P-,Pf1in th.. C-iiiieM rninn-iin. lias hecii
of tbe west, arrived In this city yesterdav,
He bad been through Cowlcr, Sumner,
Harper, Kingman and Sedgwick counties
and he said In this oSce: "f don't Intend
It for taffy, or anything ofthe Mod, but I
tell you that this country constitutes the
paradise ofGod'a Mslble creation, and the
Kac.lk i the moat unliervalty popular
uany paper in me lowna an.iciuea ot the
district named that 1 ever in all my expert-
ence had anything to do with."
Joe nuslon has returned from his visit to
Geo. II. Budy came down from King
J. U. McQuown, ofMulvane, was In
the city yc'terday.
J. II. Lane and George It. Burton came
down from Topeka jctcrdaj-.
Kldcr O. L. Summer, of Stella, Beno
county, was In the city Mondaj-.
Sheriff Baker, of Kingman countj-, aud
wife, were in tne city j cstcrdaj-.
S. S. King will leave this morning for
points In the eastern part of the state.
Chas. L. Woody and O. C. Mucker, of
Bloomington, Indiana, are at the Tremont.
Mr. Davi-, of the accidentia!, leaves
for the mountalusto-day where he will join
T. II. Wall departed on last evening's
train for st. Louis, where he goes on legal
Dr. Jamc- Cochran and W. L". Cochran,
of Indianapolis, Ind., are In the city on the
lookout for a location.
T. II. Mar-hdl, J. W. Mercdltli and C .
W.3J', of Daj ton, Ohio, arrived in Wichita
yestcrdaj- on a prospecting tour.
Mr.Ki7cr, of West Wichita, and a parly
of friends left for the Territory yesterday,
for a hunt and a little recreation.
Harry Slough, of Leavenworth, a disci
ple of Gutenberg, arrived in the city yestcrdaj-,
and will probably locate here.
Bev. Tandy returned Monday from at
tending a co-operative meeting of the
Christian church at 1'urity, Beno county.
B.K. Guthrie, Sr , and wife left last
evening for Bloomington, III., where they
will spend several weeks visiting relatives
frank Thomas went to Derby jester
day for the purpose of arresting two or
three parties who arc charged with violat
ing the liquor law.
Al. Illrons, one of Wellington's most
popular joung men, familiarly known as
"FattjV'isin the city in the interest of
Blair Bros.' Lee Summit (Mo.) nurseries.
Capt. J. II. Carey left jestcrday morn
ing for a couple of week's trip in the east.
He will visit Hie principal lumber markets
aud will enjoy a few dajs recrcatlou on the
Mcr-. Oliver, Xlcdcrlander, Levy
Woodcock and Dorscj-, will leave on the
train this morning for the cast, where thej
go on business relating to the construction
of the Wichita and Florence railroad.
Dr. F. S. McCabe, of Topeka, arrived
in the city jestcrday and is stopping at
the pleasant home ot his sister, Mrs. James
Todd on Fourth avenue. The Doctor his
many Iricuds aud admiicrs in this city.
Col. Stewart will go to Valley Center
this cv ening for the purpose of instituting
a post of the G. A. IS. at that place. He
vvillb'c accompanied by several members
of Garlleld post. The colonel returned
list evening from a brief trip to Ft. Scott.
Mr. W. A. l'hillips, now in the employ
or the Osborno Machine Co., and Mr. C. A.
Tincher, now in the employ of the Buford
t Georse Implement Co., will embark In
the implement business at Clearwater some
time in October.
Geo. Walters, county treasurer elect,
came iu from Cheney yesterday. He rc
poils all kind of crops looking fine in his
part of the county. In speaking ofthe
treaurcrsh!p, he said that he expected to
be Installed in oflicc on the second Mondaj
in October. He will retain Abe Wright as
Samuel Glover and fauulj,of Dclawaic,
()., arrived in thn city last night for perma
nent residence. Mr. G. purchased, some
weeks ago, a portion of J. U. Mead's
ground and w ill proceed at once to erect a
hand-ome residence. J. U. Simpson aud
wile. J. V . Doty and II. Roger, all of Del
aware, O , accompanied Mr. Glover to the
Arkansas valley. Tliey are now prospect
ing and will locate somewhere in this
J. i:. Denning, W. D. Clapp, Ed Jay
and Win. Colt-j'.'who hive been down in
the nation Hunting for tbe past two weeks,
reached Wichita last evening on their way
to Luiporia, their home. They are making
the trip overland, and seem to be having a
fine time. They will leave for Newton this
morning and from that place go direct
home. With his woolen shirt, tanned
face, etc., Al. looks like a full-blooded cow
boy, and wc duubt if his best girl in Km
poria will rccoguio him.
Tlie attention of Oilman lilood, of Waco
tovvnsnlp, who has annually, almost, made
contributions of fruit for the Kaglk to
blow about, is called to the fact that Terry
Wilkinsleft in thcKAOt.c olllce, yesterday
evening, a pill full of seedling pcacho?,
consisting of three varieties. Our friend
Terry has not been in the habit of bragging
about his fruit, but he eays he vvill take no
dare from nnj-AVaco township fruit growgr.
The pail or poiehcs vvill bo hard to beat.
In fact wo never saw liner seedlings, and
Wilkins s ij s they are seedlings undoubted
ly, as he knows they came from seed
brought from Missouri. All three varieties
arc lare, but one of the largest of one
kind measured ten inches and one of an
other kind nieisiircd nine and one-half
Inche-. The choicest variety or the lot
though, a deep melting, piukish-jcllow,
measured onlj eight and a half inchc, be
ing all of very uniform size. Terry sajs
that none or the fruit growers of this val
ley can scare, him out when it comes to
fruit, and wc believe htm.
The following arc the real estate transfers
recorded Iu the ollice of tho register ol
deeds since our last report :
Aldcn Speare to Wichita Western
It. K., lot ::, 4, ."., C, in blk 1C, in God
Aldcn Spoare to Wichita Western
railroad, lots .'1, I, ', (, iu blk , in
Alden Spcrje to .loseph Knapplock,
Sr., loll, iu blk .s. in (loddard 1
Mario M. Havis to Charles O. Davis,
lot 4 and lite s rjr of the uw qrof
sec 2, 29. 3 w llrt
A. Nonh to II. W. Welter, lota 2AS
and2r, on Maikct t, in Ilyde.V.
Terrell's add to Wichita :M
S S. Ireland to I.afiiTctte Simpson,
lots 27, it!, 31. on "Central a v. hi
Mead's add to V ichiti ( 4,WJ
sjamucl T Kiis-ell to Anifrcvv .1. ltu
sell, the undivided onc-h ilf Interest
in the ti w qr ot sec 23.22 I west 1
11 W Canltt to It S Canltt, the u hi of
the n vv r or see 21-2."i 1 east 2,.Vl
Mavnird Jllller u tieo I. Munii, loti
.'iO, !i. .t. .7;, fM)ii 'iorin avenue, iu
Clearvv iter . ... 30J
Calvin Duhl to 'ihonias Cleaver, lots
1, 3. .", 7, !'. 11 on l.ulie avenue, and
lotKH In Hjde's add to Wichita 1,U
ltev John Murphy to 11 V Friend, lots
15!), Idl on N ater street In Wichita, -ti)
Daniel Hierivood to John W. Yongcr.
piece of land on the n e corner of
the s w'ir ofsee S-27-l Cast S",!5W
IHvid.-sOrr to Claudia T. Mwej
tho n e jr or see to-27-2 eal H
acres . ... 3,oW
United State-, to Tho A Holey, lota 1
and 2 and s hi orthe n vv ir or cr
("-2D-4 west nil 1-2 acre- patent
I.ucicu II Sly t o Henrv Jcwitt, the
n endorsee 6-20-4 west 1.X)
Killy-tvvo American "JrNvvitli stick-,
ami knapsacks aro tr.impinjr over
Germany, -te5!i it-i i?hlt- ami liorri
fying the staid Genn.ui matron. They
enter :i town Mngiug -'The Star
Siianj-lecl Banner" and -Yankee
Doodle." and seem abundantly able to
take rate ot theinelve, and from
time to time they report "Iiavm-ia
jjjlorious time.'" Whv -Iioiild they not
i have a, irood time?
The ,,.. fyp.,1 JIorcy lccr?
vvliich dill service for tho Democracy
... -. - , "-- T
traced directlv o UiP Democratic Jna-
tioual committee. Thev Jiaid tSie
iror, and circulated the lottcr with full
i-1.ou.i.inr,. of Ik.w thc document had
KUOu lc,1?e ' ium tn "";"Icnl ""
heon inanuf.icliirct. Ami jet -iic!i
!, ns n,rnnnt inil
mn as "arm,m aml
he honorable men !
Hcvvitt cl.nini to '
So Many Wonderfu
"We Should Say SoP
We aro not going to advertise anything wonderful. We wtll
tell you in plain English that we have a large stock and will make
Prices to Meet
For the next two
You will find our goods
any other house in Wichita.
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
28 Main St.,
A SXO USCEMESTS.
G VV C. Jonca is a candidate Tor the J'oaltion
of count attorney, subject to the decision ot
the Iti-publican cruunty conTention , to be held
ii VV irlnta, September iOth. ltfcH.
To the Fablie.
We ltire to Inform the juildie that we
have- purchased the livery liuiinens of Has.
ley .t I.everidge, at the City stable-, and
hone, hv Icie attention to bmine and the
want of our patron', to merit our ibaru of
lltlbtlirsg. WOULEV ti G ALLOW AY.
ll.iv ins disposed or our liv ery business to
tbe above named linn, we desire to return
thanks to our friends mid patrons for their
kind and generous patronage tou, and ask
a continuance of the name for our succ-exs-or-,
feclitij; iure that their longvears of
experience in tho business and excellent
iceoiiimenilationsvvilljuitify us In so doing.
ForSaleorExehMgiforotair Props rty, cr
Sell on Tim.
One pair driving torse-, one good single
horse, two ponies', one pnacton, a top bug
gv, tlmt-c-lais; one plattorm cpring wagon
and one new farm wagon.
Water street between Douglas avenue and
I'irsl street lO-li"
Hacker A .Ijckeon will sell Colorado and
leuns)lvanl.i anthracite eoal a cheap as
any other c-oal dealer date cell it. Call on
them and Icve our order. We will g ar
antec prices. Wchavc the beft coal in
the market. lUckKR & JaCKs-OX.
Hoopsklrts and buttles at Muukon'.
ltrnv ) our babies, your children and all
the big folks to Baldwin & 0tergren's,aml
be photographed with llghtulng speed. 22-tf
Headquarter? for the sale of Hatfield
town company lots at the Wichita Land
aud Ioau company's office, Bauk of Com
merce room. Stf
No. SS Douglas avenue l where you
can rest comfortablr while watting for
Fast Tims and Clot ComectiM li Ik St. Leal.
Ft. Scott Wichita R. R.
Tasengers Tor the east will please bear
in mind that by taking our 6 a. in. train
they will arrive In Kansas City at 4: p. m.
and make close connections with all trains
for the cat and vv et. An. it. 4oNE.",
New prices on prints and cottons to test
all the so-called sale prices, at Sanson's.
Jer-cys Jerseys, Jerseys, ft Munson's.
N. J. Mueller has returned to his old
stand aud has a fresh stock of goods and I
J readr to wait on his many customer,
and ee him. urxn
GRAND REOUCTIOK IM COAL.
The Bogers Coal Company haTe reduced
the prices of their celebrated Pittsburg
J coal fifty cents per ton, making price from
this date sis follows: Pittsburg loeap, fZJM.
delivered: Pittsburg nut, Ji.OO JellTered.
T1,ey are l noW PP"" to ""
for the sl Pennsylvania Antradte
aja. dellerei. They poaitlTely
prepared to ail orders
,P. ttl(.ir weirht in cTerv case. Give the
, a call.
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weeks we will offer
for Isbs money than those of
LARIMER & STINSON.
Ont Hundred Heal For Sala Good Feeders.
The iimlernlgneil lias f.tr sale on the Bos-c-obel
Hoc k farm, two and a half mile south
east iif Wichita, one hundred lie id ol
stock hog which .re- good fecderx.
ilTu-tt Du. IIl'oii Smith.
Oo to the first stairs east of the New-
York tore for pholographi.
We are makiui: a reduction ou all of
Stacy, Adams & Co', hand 'evved shoes for
men. conic and get a pair while they are
selling to cheap. A. Ali.k.v.
Ke) Hold's Bro's. celebrated tine shoes lor
women at a reduction of seventy-live cents
per pair. Ladles now l the lime to get a
pair or the bet shoes for less than they are
worth. A. AM.KN.
Telephone your onlers to Baughman Jfc
Freeman for hack or livery. 70-tf
Ftrmi For 8aif.
Six vvell improved farms, sitiuted iu
Jlillnii and Jlurdock townships, Butler
county, Kan-as. Addresi A. Harrison,
Clarion, Sedgwick county, Kansas.
Oo East via lb St, Louie, Ft. Scott 4 Wich
ita Real read.
B taking our COO a. in. train ia-i.iigrr
arc landed in Kansas City early in the ar
tcrnooii and make close connections with
all trains. It is true that we leave early,
but passeogers will goby the above popu
lar route no matter what tlia the train
For further infortatMii please call cm the
undersigned, who will gladly furnish par
ticulars. Yours truly, 1
;.tr Ai. N. Jones.
n ie f PwfrtM.
I'se tlieMrlugisealing Waxanct ft-aljoiir
fruit can and jar without trouble. It Is
alway ready. Ask jour dealer for it.
Ladies approve of your smoking Little
Joker Tobacco. C0
Mtsty U Lmb t Six Ptz Cost.
We have money to loan at C per cent In
terest on good productive real estate, either
in the city or country. Privileges granted
to pay loan before due, and Interest payable
annually or semi-annually, as desired.
SC-d&w-tr BCJfJiKU-i Rors
Little Joker Smoking Tobacco Is for sale
by alt flrt-clas dealers. &-
A food many good are being sold rather
cheap at Munson's.
Look here, we have 3 loU that we pro
poe to sell at price that will surprise you.
The lot are about one-half as far from bus
iness a other new additions. Kasy lenas
or payment. Call and aee ua before the
prleea are ralaed which will b soon.
BartjioijOmew . McCUCSiTKlX.
ew atylea print and -jinjhaaaa at Jaun-
Baldwin t OstcrjrtB art bow ready to
photofTiphaH wbtjcali at Uwlr newly rur
nished room., Xo. 86 Dowgtas av-. SJ-tf
We have received a w aapfiljLIUle
Jker StMkiaff Ta4eeo-
tricnra ffwuuu utaocn c.
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FEN JN Y
Next to the Postoffice.
Ours is the only real, true, bona fide reduction sale that is made here. Everything in our immense store is sold at ' rstaatfoa.
7- For Seven Days .Only. . -7
$50,000 worth of dry goods, boots and shoes at a sweeping reduction. Don't miss the grand chance to save your peaaiM. Ym
can buy winter underwear at a reduction, or anything you want in the dry goods line. Our boots and shoes must go. We want mat
must have it for our immense fall stock now on the way.
INNBS & ROSS.
SIXTY DAYS CLEARANCE SALE
BOOTS -A-HSTID SHOES I
I RED FRONT SHOE STORE
At Ihat time vvn will oiler vou unythiii.' in Ihe Hoot aud Shoe line at or
nearly cost. Our stock is large and from the best manufacturer! of the
East, and thin ealo vvill bo an extra chance to get Uoots and Shoes cheaper
than you ever yot them before, aJ I hey inusl ell to make room lor a Larue
Fall Stock. ,T
Four Doors South of the 1'ostollice.
TO BE SLAUGHTERED!
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes
Will be shiutjlttertdjht' Ihe neri .10 days at the
CHKAP CASH STORE!
Ihnnjhii .he., one tluor next of Citizens Hank:
Fine Shoes, worth $2.25 and $2.50,
2.75 and 3.00,
" " 3.25 and 3.50,
3.75 and 4.00,
" " French Kid, worth 5.00,
worth $2.75 and 3.00,
Children's Shoes will bo sold
GOLDEN RULE STORE!
It will pay you to examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Clothing! Clothing! Clothing!
We have a large stock of clothing, bought at nearly one-half ita
value, and will give you a benefit.
Garnets ! Carpets! Carpets!
This department apeftlcs for jtaolf. Wo have no old utylfcH or
auction goods, but fresh and handsome pattern-.
We carry one of the best selected stocks in tho city. Wo soil
no goods but what we warrant.
Call, See, and
Nassauer & Hipsix
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SA V KD lb' A tEJN JN
a penny is saved by those who have pttronized the
Sale of Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes!
TO TRADE AT THE HORSESHOE STORE.
reduced to $1.50.
" to 4.00,
regardless of cost.
T. W. COVERDALE.
122 Douglas Avenue.
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CHICAGO BARGAIN HOUSE.
Tour attention is again called to our Corset Stock.
the following: very low prices :
500 Bone French-woven Corsets, $1.50; worth $2.25.
Our Health Corsets, with or without shoulder strips, 95c.
sold usually at $1.25.
Chicago Bargain House Corset for $1.00 ; good value;
call for it.
French Woven Corsets for 95c.
See Our "Pearl" and "Duchess" Corsets for 50c.
Misses! Corsets at 50c.
We havo lately added a complete line of
Ladies Muslin Underwear!
Pronounced by all who have examined as very reasonable.
Hull Brothers, Promoters of Low Prices.
Will please remember
DUCK HUNTING COATS!
Our Stock of Trunk 1m very extenMivo and conttlmttt of all grade,
VALI8E8 IN ALL STYLES
LADIES' SACHELS AND
THE NEW STYLES.
SHAWL- AND SHOULDER -
(Give us a call, and we'll try to do you good.
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N. X. T. P. O.
that we have a full line of
to the Best!
GENTS.' CLUB BAGS IK ALL
STRAPS, ETC., ETC.
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