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M, M. MURDOCH & BROTHER, Proprietors.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS
TUKSEILS' OPERA HOUSE.
J. A. ASK, Manager.
iy and Saturday, August 2Mb,
h, andantb, J84.
GRAND OPENING OF SEASON OK Itft4-!J.
Tlie Local Faorites,
COMEDY I VVO.
Military Hand and Grand Orchestra.-
Supporting the Supreme Faoritc,
AOUA I fO KILsON
W0IIA J iMElLSONJ
And the versatile comedian and charac
MR. J. VT. CARNER.
Thnraday evening. August 2, leM, the Ameri
can comedy (one of the finest),
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:'UNCLK KEUKEN LOWDKR!".
Friday evening, August , 1SSJ. tbo latest Lon
don success the sensation of New Y ork
Saturday evening, Augusta), 184t: lat appear
ance, and presenting tlic greatest drama
M hlrli lias ever been written by
Hartley Campbell, entitled
Malluec Saturday at 2 p. hi. Wldnwltcdott.
Street parade and open-air concert each day
$3- Reserved scats on sale Jtonday, August
singer returned with them to Wicblu for n
visit, and her many little I riend; will wish
them a pleasant visit and a safe return.
Wo are informed that a young typo by
the name of XV. II. Stacy, alias Harry E.
Felton, who worked at bis trade in this
city recently, went to Xewton in company
with Jlhs Anna Bradfield, and tbat on ar
riving there they were married, since
which time the lady lias been visiting with
Harvey county friends, and be bat gone to
Mr. J. 1. Myers, of Salem township, wag
selling apples yesterday of the Summer
Queen variety, tbat in our opinion fur size
and quality cannot be beaten ic any coun
try. Mr. Jleyers says tbat the corn in bis
township is the best this year tbat it baa
becu since be bas lived there, and be is
among the first settlers of tbat township.
The city officers are now very nicely and
conveniently arranged in their new quar
ters In Krllz Snitzler's block on Market
street. The city surveyor and city clerk
each have a small room to themselves, and
the police court bas the main room, a
handsome railing separating tbe judge's
table and immediate surroundings from tbe
front part of the room.
A oung man who was putting in a large
pane of glae's yesterday, Into the front
window of Fultou'n baibcr shop on Main
street, met with a painful accident. As be
was about to place the large glass into posi
tion it slipped irom Ills hands and fell upon
bis right loot nearly severing tbe next to the
little toe and badly bruiMng tbo others. He
was taken into a doctor's oflice near by and
the wounds dressed.
ToTkMiQiigU 8tlmiiut Ujni.
Please take notice tbat tbe Saint Louis A
San Francisco railway have resumed run
ning an elegant line of sleeping cars be
tween V icbita and Saint Louis without
Trins leave tbe uniou depot at 8:50 every
day in tbe year. Tbrougb;tIckeU issued at
lowest rater to all points and baggage
checked to destination by this popular
route. II. B. Kkklkr,
d-82-tf Agent Union Depot.
Everybody intited to go to Onr Clothing
House to buy goods. All goods guaranteed
as represented. F. C. Wkib & Co.
To Then Gcirgto Eumi Citj ui Btjni.
Please bear In mind tbat the Atchison,
Topeka fc Santa Ke railroad runs an ele
gant chair car from Wichita to Kansas City
without change, and tbat it is not neces
sary to go without your breakfast to take
tbe popular route.
Through tickets issued to all points at
lowest rates, and baggage checked to desti
nation in connection therewith.
II. B. Keklek,
dS2t( Agent, Union Depot.
To-day you can find a 45 or 00 cent un
laundricd shirt iu every dry goods store in
tbe city. We affirm and we do not make
statements we cannot verify tbat not one
of them is as good value into 25 per cent
as ours. We know tbe difference andean
satisfy jou inamomct t's time.
IS THE PLACE FOR FUN!
Boating, BathinK, and all
sortn or Aqunuc foports
on tho River and Lake
OX THE TRACK
(Beat In the Stato.)
tS. . K
Merry-Go-Rimiil, swings, Croiiit, Gymns
sla. Quoits, mid other i-miU In tlie (,'tinf
Terplcborean experts pri'iicmiice llm dancing
platform the bei-t tliev ner shook n Toot on
Flrst-clR-8 refteoliiiient stuid. Comu cwi
body and lime m good time. C7-U
A general dearth of police news jeter
day. Only two deeds were tiled with the regis
A new ctoi walk was put in on Cculral
County Clerk Ford has our thanks Tor a
copy of the session laws of 18S1.
Woodman's brick next to the bank, on
Main street, was repainted jcstciday.
A new walk Is being laid in front of Fritz
Snitzler's new block on Market street.
Most or the delegates to the Democratic
stale coticntion returned home jcstcr-l.iy.
The delinquent tax sale will take place at
the treasurer's ofllco iu tins city on Monday,
Innumerable load of very line, large ami
luscious water melons nre now heiiu;
brought to thcuty.
C. A. Van 'ess has his ollice fitted up in
elegant shape, in the room adjoining tho
court room on tho east.
Mr. M. M. Fechhelmcr, tbe clothier, bas
contracted with F. II. Sabin to lay sis bun
red and seventeen feet of sidewalk on
Lawrence acime south from Kellogg
street. 31 r. Sabin is now haulin? the lum
ber to that vicinity for the purpose of put
ting down the walk, and has provided him
self with a fine new horse, harness and
wagon for doing this, as well as other job
birgwork. We are pleased to notice this
etidencc of prosperity on tbe part'ol Mr.
The patent medicine man held forth to a
large and admiring crowd last evening at
tho intersection of Main street and Douglas
ivcmc. Ho is a good talker, and creates
as much fun s a box of monkevs. In
speaking of the prohibitory law of Kansas
he said that people here ought to pattern
after tho-e of Missouri and then they would
have no trouble in adjusting the liquor
traffic. Jn Missouri, said be, half of the
people drink whisky and the other half sell
ft, hence everything passes oft" smoothly.
Kev. W. F. Harper writes Dr. Smith un
der date of August 18th, that he had ex
pected to get home this week, but finds
that to have done so be would have misled
the commencement ami Niagara, which
would be like going to church and leaving
before the scimon commenced. Hut be
writes tint he will be in Ills pulpit to-morrow
morning one week, greatly improved
in heallh and sticngtli. Itcv. Harper was
clio-cn to assist Dr. Hall in the services
conducted by him in the great tabernacle
at Chataiiqiia lust Sunday evening.
II. N. Alexander, living about ten miles
southwest of the city, jesterdai, sold three
Ihoioughbrcd pedigreed Merino sheep to
Mr. J. II. Wing, of Council Grove. These
were as fine and pure blood Merinos as we
Inve seen in Kansas, and it would be well
if our farmers raised woru of them. The
wool was examined by several competent
judges, w Idle the sheep were aw ailing shiji-
ment at the express oflice, and was pro
nounced very flue in every respect. Mr.
Alexander does not make a business of
breeding sbeep for the maiktt, but he has
some of the finest bucks and ewes in south
Just received, at New York Store, 25 doz
en gents' white unlaundried shirts, which
will be sold for 45 cents each, worth fl.
lie-t line of shirts in the city, and cheap
est, at Our Clothing House, F. C. WelrA
Xew prices on prints and cottons to beat
all the so-called sale prices, at Munson's.
NOW 18 YODB CHANCE.
Only $31.00 to Loulsvillp, Ky., and return
via tbe St. Louis, Ft. Scott & Wichita It. It.
I bavo now on sale at tbe depot corner of
Second and Wichita streets, round trip
tickets to Louisville, Ky., at tbe above low
rate, tickets good to return 15 days after
date of sale. All who desire to attend the
Louisville exposition and at the same time
take a cheap trip, now Is your chance tako
advantage ofthls opportunity. For further
particulars please call on the undersigned,
who will gladly furnish further particulars.
dSMf Ai. X. Jones, Agent.
The celebrated Karl & Wilson collars ami
cuffs at Our Clothing House, F. C. Weir &
Tho examination of teachers for the city
schools began jestciday. and is being con
ducted in the Fourth ward building.
Owing to the low pi Ice of wheat and bad
condition of the roads, but few farmers arc
coming to the city at the present lime.
A heavy rain fell again Thur-da night,
and as a consequence the loads lending to
tho city are in a very muddy condition.
The walls odlic liist Horj of Hack's
new block are now completed, anil the
structure is alieudy ai-siipilug colossal pio
portlous. Win. Atkinson is piluting a large and
handsome new .sign TorN. F.Niederlamlrr's
land oflice, in the icarof the Wichiti Na
County Treasurer WoodcoiK ve'teniay
turned overto II T. Kramer, treasurer of
Wiihita school !Utl let. 84,000, tobeili-cd
for school purposes.
John W. Kent was lined three dollars and
costs In the police lourt vcstcrd.ij for be
ing drunk, and iu lt fault of p-muciilol
fine, was committed.
Senator Ingalls said in a late speech tint
when men are wickedest the Democracy
is strongent." We wonder if that aint
what's the matter with Wichita.
A man W ith a small patent com slit Her,
attracted considerable attention on Doug
las avenue jestcrdaj. Tho shelter is nbout
tbe size of v our hat and attached to a b irrel.
Full many n roe is born to blush unseen,
and waste it fragrance on the desert air;
ful'miiuy a nip is taken behind the screen,
and cloves and coffee, too, aio eaten there.
The follow ing figures will show the re
ceipts and disbursements at the comity
treasurer's ofllco up to thu hour of closing
business yesterday: Kccclpts. f."03.fil.
The docket Tor tho I". S. district court,
which w ill convene iu this city on the first
of September, now embraces nbout thirty
cases, beside some forty e.ips tint will be
presented to tbo grand jury.
The other day the prisoners in the i utili
ty jail thought to arauc themselves, so be
gan breaking up the furniture iu their cells.
They bad "lots of fun, but when Sherifl
Fisher put them down to two meats a day
iu consequence, they laughed out nl the
At a fashionable party in Emporia recent
ly a young lady wore silk stockings wbiih
her grandmother wore at her wedding, and i
shoe buckles which belonged to her great
grandfather. The amount of poverty at
Emporia is truly appalling.
The impioiemcnts iu Wells. Fargo &
Co'n express oflice began vesterday, and it
now will not be long before that oflice as
sumes a metropolitan appearance. We are
informed that as soon as the surroundings
are iu ship shape order Charlie Phillips,
the genial agent, proposes to b ivo a formal
dedication of the same, and that he may
appear well on tint occasion has ordered
himsellu two foot white plug hat of the
CIcMlai.d and llcndiick's persuasion. The
Idea of Phillips wearing a white plug hat!
great he.iv , but then this may bo ouly a
S. A. Cunningham, who lived here in
lisT.", and was a grain buyer when
Wichita shipped all of the grain of
this and two or three adjoiniug
counties, has been iu the city for a day or
two talking with former friends about old
times. Mi. Cunningham now lives in
Leavenworth. Hesays that up about the
elevators in this city things look natural,
but aside from that Wichita has grown
clear away from his recollections of the
place. Mr. C. is of the opinion that people
who think the old corn crop is all shipped
out of Ivntis.ii are very ninth mistaken;
that ho has traveled over the different rail-
loads of flic state, and he is surprised to
lo find so much old corn.
W. H. Jones is now fitting up a laundry
on the west side of Main street, opposite
the county building. Mr. Joues has been
in the business here before. Those who
patronized him before on tbe avenue know
that be does work in first-class order. Mr.
Jones allows none to go away from bis
place of business dissatisfied. Orders will
be taken from Monday morning on
So Many Wonde
rful Sales !
11 We Should Say So"
We are not going to advertise anything wonderful. We will
tell you in plain English that we have a large stock and will make
Prices to Meet Competition!
For the next two weeks we will offer .
Bargains in Every Dept.
You will find our goods
any other house in Wichita.
sold for Isbs money than those of
Our Clothing House bas tbe most com
plete stock of boys' school suits in the city.
Good goods, good styles and sold reasona
hie. F. C. Wier & Co.
A competition to clean all bright nu-LiN,
can be found at Husk X Cll vitl.iov's.
Sale of black and colored n-Jjineits com
mencing Monday morning at .lnn-ooV.
Saratoga high rock
by Aldrich & Rrovvn.
wafer for sale
Kxamiuo those choiie
Our Clothing House. K.
stills, for men at
Jersey", Jerseys, Jersey , ut Munson's.
Fast Tims and Close Connection via the St. Louis,
Ft. Scott Wichita R. R.
Passengers for the east will please bear
in mind that by taking our G a. m. train
they will arrive in Kansas City at 4:4,') p. in.
and make cloc connections with all trains
for the cast and west. Al. M. Jones,
Headquarters for the sale of Hatfield
town company lots at the Wichita Land
and Loan company's office, Bauk of Com
merce rooms. 29-tf
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
New Goods. New Styles.
PENNY' .SAVED IS "lBMffiBil3B?
Many a penny is
Great Claraneee Sale
saved by those who hive jptromztd the
of Dry Goods; Boots t'Hftg
M.O R S ESHOE ST OR B!
Next to the Postoffice.
Ours is the only real, true, bona fide reduction sale that is made here. Tmrrthimi in or
is ssM as a.
7- For Seven Days rOnly. -7
$60,000 worth of dry goods, boots and shoes st s sweepis reduction. Dos't
can buy winter underwear at s reduction, or anything you want in the dry goods lias,
room must have it for our immense fall stock now on the way.
Omr boots sad
IT PATS TO TRADE AT THE HORSESHOE STORE
INNBS & ROSS. N. X. T. P. O.
SIXTY DAYS CLEARANCE SALE
-AJNTID SHOES !
RED I FRONT I SHOE I STORE!
Fall & Winter Underwear!
We hare bow is stock s fall sad ooati
Lsdiss. Gents.'. GmiMreu
At tbat time we will ofler you anything in the Boot and Shoe lino at or
nearly cost. Our stock is large and from the best manufacturers of the
East, and this sale will bo nu extra chance to get Boots and Shoes cheaper
than you ever got them before, as they must sell to make room for a Large
Four Doors South of the Postoffice.
TO BE SLAUGHTERED!
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes
Will be slu lightered for the next 30 days at the
CHEAP CASH STORE!
Douglas Are., one door west of Citizen Bank:
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $2.25 and $2.50, reduced to $1.50.
" 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 be sold regardless of cost.
T. W. COVERDALE.
No. 88 Douglas avenue l. where you
cau rest comfortably while wailing for
jour picture". 32-tf
To the Fnblio.
The lmnj friends of .Ml Ami:i.IaeKoit,
ttiu artist. In this city, ill lis pleased to
Know that sin- will return to Wiehiti nliout
the middle nl September, and again open
mi art studio, hut this time on a much larger
anil grander Male than nheii lut here. She
w ill he accompanied by a J oung lady friend,
also nu artist, w ho has rcceU ed Instruction
from the best inahlci in Xew York and
ltostou.aud together they will open a large
and elegant studio, bringing it Ith them
casts. iraieric, new studies, etc. During
Ihc past summer Ui Jackson has pent
much or hertlmc in the north sketching,
and will be prcpaiedto give her scholars
somo beautiful landscapes, woodhud and
other scenes from it hicli to it ork.
We desire to inform the public that we
hate purchased the litery business of lla.
Icy & Lcveridge, at the City stables, and
hope, by close attention to business and the
! wauts of our patrons, to merit our share of
business. Woiiley & Galloway.
Hating disposed of our litery business to
the nbotc inmcd firm, wc desire to return
thanks to our friends and patrons for their
kind and generous patronage to us, and ak
a continuance of the same for our success
ois, feeling sure that their longjear of
experience iu the business and excellent
lecomni'-iidatioiis it ill justify us iu so doing.
80-G IlASLEY & LKVnittllGK.
Messrs. U-itliiraml Couehaio dispoteJ of
their grocery business, on the corner of
Douglas and r.anreuce at cnucs, to Jlr. F.
Allen. late of Uocktillc, Ind.. who took
possession of the stock jpsterday. During
the last lour Teal Jlcsrs. It. & C. have
built up one of the lirgest ami beslpiying
grocer businesses in the city, and Jlr.
Allen is to be congratulated upon his pur
chase. The litter is an old groccryman,
hating been engaged iu that branch of bus.
lues In the hoosicr state for somo twenty
years, and he it ill undoubtedly retain the
largo trade enjojed by the lato film or Hat
HIT & Cone, who sold out simply to gain
much needed rest from business cares.
The will each remain iu Wichita, and af
ter n time will again engage in actlte bus
Iness. Jlr. Allen hai sent to Indiana for
his family, whom ho expects t- arritc to
day, ami they will make tuWiity their fu
An exchange saj s that "the only jokes
women like to read arc those which reflect
ridicule upon men." We giic" that's a
fact, at least wc hat o ahvavs noticed that
on taking utf a paper a woman Intaritbly
turns to the inairiacc column.
MisB nila'Hayncs left for Wichita Wed
nesday, where she will teach In the city
schools the coming ear. Mis Ilaj nes has
a largo circle of friends in Kniporia, who
wish her a pleasant season among the resi
dents of Sedgwick count. Kmpnria Ke-publican.
28 Main St.,
LARIMER & STINSON.
STOCKEE & PLANK!
GOLDEN RULE STORE!
)ry Goods and Notions!
It will pay you to examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
We Can Fit You!
We Can Suit Ton!
These goods were bought cheap and will be sold cheap.
Don't buy any heavy underwear until you haye iaepeoted owr
goods. Remember this : We can aave you mosey.
Hull Brothers, Promoters of Low Prices.
128 DOUGLAS AVJiXUE
N. B. Just Received: A new invoice of LADIES' LAO NOOK-WEAR.
Will please remember that we have a full lias of
Xctv style prints and ginghams at Mun
All persons kuetvingthetnseltes indebted
to us will please call at the City Stibles and
made settlement by cash or note. Tlio-e
having bills against the firm or either mem
ber, will present them for payment.
Dr. O. Kitcb, of Shelby county, Indiana,
astronomer, is located at the corner of Fimt
and Main for ten das. The telescope is
fifteen feet long; power, 1 to 800 times.
Open in favorable weather. d3-tf
Choice nobby Hats at Our Clothing
Houc, F. C. Weir Co. d3-tt
Go Exst via tha St, Louis, Ft. Scott & Wich
ita R&il read.
The condition of Mr. Wooblridge, the
wounded shottnian, ha decidedly changed
for the better tince last Sum ay. and rea
sonable hopc of hN retotery are now cn
teltained by his physician and relatitcp.
It sccm almost impossible that a human
being could lccoter from such n gunshot
j wound a Mr. . sustained. Hut the pny-
siciau in charge. Dr. McCoy.h.s bir. unre
mitting in his attention, and to his. skill
ful ministrations and the remarkable timor
ous constitution of tho patient. Is hw pres
ent Improted condition due. The pistol
ball entered ;ncar the iljrht side,
courccd downtt ard and to the lett. being
taken out fiam the left side. Hours after
the wound the patient spit un larir nieces
The proprictoroloncofthehotclsofthUjofthc stomach, to say nothing of bloodv
matter, and hi final recotcry will ccem lit
tle less than miraculous.
ltytakingourC.OOa.m train p.issn-r-arc
landed in Kansas City early iu the af
ternoon and imtkc close connection with
all trains. It is true that we leave early,
but passcugers Mill go by the abote popu
lar route no in ittcr it hat time the train
For further iuforlation please call on tbe
undersigned, who it III gladly furnish par
ticular'. Yours truly,
27-tf An. N. Jones,
Ofce and Yard or Water Street, Ssath ef Ft. Sett Freigkt Uf pet,
"Immense stock of underwear at Our
Clothinir House, from low to the best,
grade-. F. C. Wkiu & Co.
Final For Sale.
Six well improved farms, 1-ltinted in
Milton and Murdoch townships, Itutler
county, Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, Sedgwick county, Kansas.
I Use the String Sealing Wax and seal jour
fruit cans and jars without trouble. It la
al way ready. Ask your dealer for it.
Ladies approve of your smoking Little
Joker Tobacco. C4-C0
Telephone your orders to
Freeman for hack or litery.
The nobbiest and most complete line of
men's underwear In tho city, at Our Cloth
GRAND REDUCTION IN COAL.
Oo and Do Ltktwiie.
city yesterday raised particular fits with
the night clerk for kis-ing one if tbo pretty
waiter girls in the dining room. W pre
sume that if the clerk had kissed her In the
mouth instead of the dining room, the old
man wouldn't hate made anv fus about it.
The telescopic exhibition, on tbe corner
of Main and First sts., is attracting a good
deal of attention. Through the powerful
glass operated bv O. F. Fitch, tbe spot-i on
the sun can be plainly seen, as also neurit
all the heavenly bodies. It will pay ant one
to take a look through thU powerful tele
scope. Mr. and Sirs. Martin Hollar returned cs
Urday to their home in Wichita, after a
pleaaant visit with their sister, Mrs. Kret
aiBf er, of poria". Little Maggie Krct-
A .V.VO VSCKXES fS.
Mr. J. F. W instou, one of the influential
and pio-perous farmers of Sedgwick
county, jestcrday presented his wile a
splendid white curled hair mattress, Irom
the Wichita mattre's factory, which Is the
first and best mattress of the kind cter
purchased in the city. Tbe comfort and
health giting propcrtic ofthls bed are
only felt by those who bate enjojed them.
Wc spend one-third of our life in bed, and
it by should not that cit sought resort be
one of luxury and comfort?
Mr. Winston and family are now In the
wai and are fully disposed to surround
themselves with all the comforts of a home.
They bate commenced at the right place,
and soou there will be few of our farmers,
such as thev are, but ttill avail tbcmseltc
The Kogers Coal Company hate reduced
the prices of their celebrated Filtsburg
coal titty cent per ton, making prices from
this date as follows: Pittsburg lump, 3.50,
delivered; Filtsburg nut, ?." 00 delivered.
They are also now prepared to fill orders
for the best Pennsylvania Antracite coal at
12.51. delivered. They positively guaran
tee their weight iu ctcry case. Give them
a call. dTO-lw
ForSaleorKxoaMfi hrotior ?nprj, n
One pair drltlng bones, one good single
horse, two ponies, one pbaeton, a top bug
gy, first-class; one platlorra spring, wagon
and one new farm wagon.
Jt. IV. JKXKfl,
Water street between Douglas arenue
First atreet. 80-lm
Bargains in gents' white unlaundried
shirts, at the Xew York store. Twenty-fire
dozen to be sold at once at 45 cents each.
Worth 81 d82-St-
Our Clothing House is getting in a mam
moth stock and will be headquarters for
good goods and low prices.
dSS-lf F. C. WlEft A CO.
G. W C Jones is a candidate for the position
ofcotintr attorney, subject to the decision of of the present opportunities offered of se-
h.ljl '... . ....
the lie publican eunty convention, to be held1
n Wlcblts., i-epterabcr SOth. ls4.
curing the best good at the best prices, at
I hereby announce myselr as a candidate for! ,- ,.,..,., ,,i ,,, .urn nut it l,.t nn.
clerfc of tbe district court, subject to the deds- ' " e are P'P'-1! to turn out at least one
Ion of the Republican countv convention. i cterrdav of these tinn balr mattresses for
A.lI.CAia-KXTEi:. ! tDC n'cxl year.
cjti'nrjr viw-pc ', "e cordially iutite all, especially the
SI J-.L.JAJ - UJ.JisJ-S. ladies, to call and examine our hair gooc'a
Don't buy a hat until" you have seen tbe r aU &? AUo w J Ir
Hossbat at Our Clothing House. , cou, and all goods tone lound -
cias esiaimauiuxut ui tuis aiuu. ah nuia
F. C. WlKR&CO.
A goad many goods are being sold rather
cheap at Munson's. d7!Mv22tf
Look here, we have 300 lots that we pro
pose to sell at price tbat will surprise you.
The lots are about one-half as far from bus
iness as other new addition. Easy terras
of payment. Call and tee us before the
prices are raised which will be soon.
Bar.THOUOMlCW & MCCLK5AT MAS.
Baldwin & Ostergren are new ready to
photograph all who call at their newly fur
nished rooms, No. 98 Douglas are. 32-tf
We are making a reduction on all of
Stacy, Adam k Co's. band sewed shoes for
men. come and get a pair while tbey are
selling so cheap. A. Amc.v.
Clothing! Clothing! Clothing!
DUCK HUNTING COATS!
Leggings, Hats, Etc.
We have a large stock of clothing, bought at nearly one-half its
value, and will give you a benefit.
We have received a new supply Little
Joker Smoking Tobacco.
C4-60 Wichita Wiiouesauc Orockr Co.
Hacker & Jackson will tell Colorado and
Pennsylvania anthracite coal at cheap a
any other coal dealer dare sell it. Call on
them and leave your order. We will guar
antee prices. We have the best coal In
tbe market. Hacxkk k. Jacksox.
Bring your babies, your children and all
tbe big folki to Baldwin k. Orttrgren's.aod
be photographed with llf bluing speed. 35tf
Little Joker Stroking Tobacco it Tor tale
by all Srtt-claat dealer. 61-60
Examine the celr braled Webster suit for
boys four to twelve years of age, at Our
Clothing House. Webster's dlctlonaryac
companylng etery suit. Fritx Snltxler
old stand. Douglas atenue. Wichita, Kan
,as. F. C. Wike&Co.
Go to the irst stairs east oftke Xew
York store for photographs. SJ-tf
Carols! Carpets! Carpets!
This department speaks for itself. We have no old styles or
auction goods, but fresh and handsome patterns.
Our Stock of Trunks is very extensive and conaists of all
From $1.00 to the Best!
VALISES IN ALL 8TYLBS AND COLOB8.
LADIB8' BACHBLB AND OBNTS.' CLUB BAOfl IN ALLJft
THE NEW STYLES. !
SHAWL- AND SHOULDER-STRAPS, ETC., ETC.
BOOTS & SHOES!
Give us a call, and we'll try to do you good.
Hoopskirta and battle at MmtosV
Reynold's Bro't. celebrated la shoes tor
women at a redaction of serenty-ive cents
per pair. Ladle, now t the tlase to get a
pair of the best skoe for ieUa Ueyare
worth. A. Al.inr.
Genu wblu mBiwndsled aWrtt, oyly
cents, at XewTork Stare. Trfttl.
Tbo. Shaw, or Morris, III., will open up
in Wichita the last or thU week, a bis; stock
of all kinds of musical goods, piano, or-
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book, iolins, accordions, and all kind, of S. J. Mneiler ? U
small iBttraaienU- Keep your eye open, rtaadand k freh Koelff tood anit)
m... c.. i. .. nu hini t tbe bust, rtssslr to waK Ms) SIM c WW. CaK
wlkaocotMtoatay. . dntr iMmta.
"We carrv one of the beet selected stocks in the city.
no goods but what we warrant.
Call, See, and Be Convinced!
Nassaner k Hipsh, 122 Douglas Arme.
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