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M. M. MUROOCK BROTHER, Propnttort.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
Bedotl" at the matlnco tbts
There will be preaching at the Episcopal
Gw sen ice was put in at it. Jacks' cloth
ing house yesterday.
Talc the little folks to the matinee at the
open house this afternoon.
The telescope man still holds the fort at
the corner of Slain and First streets.
The next regula
councll will not take
meeting or the city
place until Sept. Sth.
Dr. Tnrncr again orated to a good sized
audience last evening, on Douglass and
"My Tartner," at the opera
flight. Secure your scat and go,
The weather yesterday was very pleas
ant and a great deal cooler than on the pre
Iloffmaster & Sons have their large stoik
of boots and shoes already arranged on
shelves and in cases, and will bo ready to
open next 3Ionday.
The little year old child of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph 1. Hilcy, lhlng in Union town
ship, died Thursday afternoon and wis
Most of the district schools In the coun
ty will begin their fall sessions itifclde or
two weeks. Tlie first one to begin will
be next Mondav.
An exchange (:) s that a woman Inenteil
the hay press. fVc presume sho got the
idea from wishing that she could be hujrgcd
on all sides at once.
We see by an exchange that Miss Chalkcr
and Mr. Waterman were married the other
day In Butler county. We suppose they
intend to go Into the milk business.
There were a large number ol farmers in
the city yesterday, but they seemed to
come to market for the purpose ot buying
goods, rather than selling farm product.
One ol our local clergymen a-kp, "Where
is money tlrnt mentioned in the HUile?" We
don't know just exactly, but jude it is
where the dote brought the green back to
The Walte Ihcatie company will pre
sent that amuMng comedy, "My Partner"
at the opera house tbN ct cuing. TIiom'
who fall to be present will miss a rich
Mr. J. A. Miller sends to ourolllcca num
ber of splendid MIon peaches. We turned
them otcr to the collector for the county
display at the btale fair and they were
Large bill board" were erected on Main
street just south of Douglas atcnue yester
day, and cocred with huge bills for SellV
Bros.' circus, which wilt exhibit In this
city on the 18th.
The lollowing figures will show the re
ceipts and disbursements at the count
treasurer's oflice up to the hour of closing
business yesterday: Ileccipts, S3G3.2I.
The building on tho corner of the street
Just east of the Commercial bank, has been
converted into a hotel, leastwise "Wichita
IIouso'' appears in large letters on the
front of the building.
The large spoon on the top ol the Ilutlcr
and West pole, opposite tho Treinont,
looms up like a Fourth of July celebration.
It is also significant, so the Butler men
think, In showing which wav the wind
The gentlemen at the county building,
particularly those in the treasurer's olllee,
arc indebted to the proprietors ofthe Occi
dental for n large and fine southern banana,
or condensed cholera In the shapp of a
Miss Etta Stover, a young lady of this
city, only fifteen years old, took first pre
mium at the Harvest Home festival at
Clearwater, Wednesday, for tho best made
bread. Hurrah for Wichita and her charm
Tho officers of tho A. M. E. church have
made arrangements for a line entertain
ment to bo given on next Thursday even
ing. Theplace for holding the same has
not yet been determined upon, but It will
shortly be announced.
Yesterday Win. Kasscl lilt up )u an orig
inal way of advertising. IIu had a lot ot
cards printed with the words, "Taken, by
Kasscl the jeweler," and had tiem placed
upon tho scats In the opera houic. K'iscl
Is a good one, you bet.
Tho report gained circulation on the
street last evening that Captttn Pnync and
some ol bis men were being brought to
Wichita, and would arrlvo here to-day in
charge of the Tnited States ofilcials. Wo
could not traco the rumor to any .iiithcntic
A large and handsome sign bearing the
inscription, "". 1 Mederlsuder, dealer In
real estate and Insurance," whs placed In
position yesterday on tho corner ot Main
street and Douglas avenue; i large fit
points to his office in the rear ol the
Wichita National bank.
Mr. CD. Perry has platted In acre and
half acre lots, eighty acres adjoining the
city on tbe south, which will be placed on
the market Immediately. Parties desiring
to secure a home place would do well to
call on Mr. Perry ut Win, Cron's office,
opposite Douglass Avenue lloue.
F. B. Sabin has just completed bis con
tract of putting down C1T feet or sidewalk
in tbe south part or the city for Mr M. M.
Felchclmtir. The job Is a good one, anil
adds a great deal to the looks of that part ol
town, to say nothing of the benefits to be
derived from It In muddv weather.
"Have you any houses to rent!" Is a ques
tion asked dozens of times a day of our
real estate men, and which is generally an
awcred in the negative. Capitalists would
not find a safer or more remunerative chan
nel for their money than to buy lotsi n this
city, and erect thereon small, comfortable
MissXcllie fclch, one of Wichita', most
channingjyoung ladies, has been spending
few days in this city with her cousin,
Miss Jennie Cogdon, and Mr. and Mrs. O.
M. Sherman, a couple of Wichita's most
prominent society people, spent Sunday
last In this city visiting Mr. W. M Cong
don and family. Sedgwick Pantograph.
In Iront of Smyths agricultural Imple
ment bouse, about ? oMock last evening,
alight occurred between a drunken trio, in
which one of the participants was knocked
down and badly cut about the left car and
neck. Ills Injuries were not sq serious as
to prcvcuthlm running up the Avenue in
In a lively manner looking tor an officer.
Owing to the limited number of people
wbo attended the advertised public sale to
take place yesterday, at the (arm ol Ilirman
Smith, about three miles west of the city,
the sale was indefinitely postponed. Mr.
Smith bad a large number or Short Horn
cattle that be desired to dlsposo of, and
then go tuto tbe rearing or l'oland-Antus
One or the attractions in tbe cattle de
partment at the state fair will be a herd or
thirty-five red polled (hornier) cattle. This
It one or tbe only two herds or this breed of
cattle In America. They arc imported
from Scotland and arc attracting much in
tention arnon cattlemen on account cf
tbelr extraordinary beef aud milk prodnc
Xesars. Wbijcarvcr & Co., arc now-
-ttastcornBk" Main and First HrecU.
4lia been thoroughly reuo-
h line of ronlcctloii-
cry. fruits, oysters, tobacco, etc. In addi
tion to these, they-bave ice-cream parlors,
and also set up cry fine short-time meals.
Their goods arc all fresh and first-cla;,
and their rooms very inviting. Those of
our readers wishing anything in tbclr line
would do well to give them a call.
The office Tor the up-town headquarters
of the Santa Fe ticket agent or branch of
fice, is being a cry nl;ely arranged in the
northwest corner of tbe room occupied by
Wells Fargo's express. When completed
and in running order, it will afford great
convenience to our citizens, as they will
then be able to secure tickets before going
to the depot.
Miss Mary Taylor, who for the past
month Las been (siting her sister, Mrs.
.Dr. Andrews of this city, and her brother,
.ll. Taylor of Garden Plain, departed
for her home in ISloomfield, Iowa, last
evening. Mrs. Shultz will remain for
anotlior month to have her son treated for
toueiletis by Dr. Andrews.
Mention was made a few days ago of loss
of cattle by T. E. Spccr. Mr. S. called
yesterday and says there is a misapprehen
sion in regard to the matter. lie did lose a
Polled Angus bull, from what cause he is
not certain, but be thinks it may have been
from overheating. 1 he animal got out and
ranged around and probably overheated.
Ills other cattloaro perfectly healthy.
ichlta 19 becoming a leading factor in
the mercantile world. At the-sale of dry
goods of the bankrupt firm of Ualstead,
Howard &. Co. of Xciv York, as noted in
the associated press dispatches In this
paper, Kohn, Furchgott & Co., and M.
Kohn & Co. Morris Kobn of our city
being senior member of both firms arc
listed as two of the four firms mentioned as
the largest buyers in that sale.
A very pleasant wedding took place
Thursday ocolng In this city, it being the
marriage or Mr. Chas.Dctrick and Miss B.
Itichardx, at tho residence of the bride's
mother on the corner of Main and English
i-trcrts. The cermony was performed In tbe
presence of the family and a few intimate
friends. The happy couple have the best
wishes ol the Eagle for their future happi
ness and success.
0. II. IScntlcy and Itudolph Uatticld
hue just returned from a ten days trip to
at. Louis and Indianapolis. Their object
was to transact business for tho Wichita,
McPlicrson & Denier railroad company.
While In St. Louis Messrs. Bcntlcy and
llullicld liutl Interviews with representa
tive ot the Combrla Iron works, Bessemer
lecl works-, aleo Indianapolis itolling
Mill company. They will return to St.
LouU in a day dr two to close matters.
Mcsmj. Appleby to Co., pioprietors ol
the Wichita plaining mills on Wichita
street, are building an addition '10x30 feet
io their building, and will provide it with
suitable machinery for the minuracturc ot
nsh, doorr, blinds, etc., in addition to the
businpas they have heretofore operated.
One orthe firm have ju-t icturned trom St.
LouN, where he purchased several hun
dred dollars worth ot tho latest improved
machinery. They expect to have the new
machinery In running order some time next
Xow comes our old friend, M. E. Mor
gan with a melon about tho size of a llonr
barrel, which he rolled Into the office. He
brought a wagoti load or fifty water-melons
tothceitj yesterday, which weighed on the
city scales. 18.10 pounds, or an average of
thirtv-sK and two-thirds pounds each.
That wagon load of melons can be beat in
the United States, maybe, but we don't be
lieve it. They were of the "Cuban
igle made mention some diys ago
the case or Mrs. Sims vs. Emit
in which the defendant was
with assault and disturbing the
pcaec. Werner was found guilty, and would
prohibly be fined r0 and costs. Judge
Hobbs, however, on the plea of Werner
that lie was unable to pay such a heavy
fine, i educed It yesterday to $1 and costs,
aggregating 41. AVcrner then refused to
settle and became quite abusive in his lan
guage to tho court, whereupon Hobbs
ordered him committed. We believe that
Werner afterward paid the fine and costs.
The exercises -at the Baptist church Sun
day morning and evening promise to be
very Interesting, and will be participated
in by most of the members of that congre
gation. The pator, Be v. F. W. Harper,
has tint recently returned from his summer
vacation spent in the cast, and his congre
gation propose to welcome him back with
appropriate services, bespeaking their ad
miration of him as a geutleniun and love of
him a a zealous and earnest instructor.
The Sunday school scholars will aNo have
timely and beautiful services in tho afternoon.-
Uev. Mr. Harper, however, will
occupy his pulpit as usual both day and
night, but at the conclusion of the even
ingsciv ices the rites or baptism will be
Mr.M. G. Simpson, it will he remember
ed, called the attention or Sedgwick county
fruit growers to a proposed county display
of fruit at the state fair. In a note Mr.
Sampsou sav h : "As it Is a settled fact that
this county will bo represented at the slate
fair, it stands every citizen in hand to so in
terest themselves In this matter that wo
may not loose any or the laurels wo have
Hlready won. This county can easily come
"ffvieiorious In this, as in everything she
undertakes. If each one will brlug some of
their finest specimens or fruit to Smythe fc
Soiis' store on or before the Cth of Septem
ber, from which place they will be taken to
tho lair and entered as Sedgwick county's
disphy. This incaus you, individually,
not some one else."
L-ist evening as tho street anJ walls
were crowded with people listeulng to Dr.
Tunncr, a lady was standing by herselr In
Trout or tho bank near the edge of the walk,
whin up slipped a thing in human shape,
and deliberately insulted her. Quicker
than thought she whirled around, her race
Imrniiu: with scorn and loathing, and with
the words "You contemptible cur, take
that!" she gave him a sudden and vigorous
push which lauded hlui in the gutter on
his hack. He slowly gathered himself up
and slunk away like the craven he
was. The only thing to bo regretted about
the afiniris that he didn't break bis neck
in fulling. Tho lady, a stranger to us, was
the the admiration or all who witnessed
herrcadyand severe chastisement or tier
Tho largo gray team belonging to Her
bert Crocker, and which was driven to tho
city yesterday by a hired man, ran away on
Douglas avenue iu tho a'ternoon. The
driver was in the wagon oinlug up west ou
the avenue, and when In the vicinity of the
Treinont hotel the animals took fright and
started to run. The driver held ou to the
reins and yelled "Whoa!" butall to no pur
pose, aud the horcscame tearing up tbe
street to the imminent peril or ull who hap
pened to be on that thoroughfare. The
driver reined them In, howewr. towards
the sidewalk, and just m trout ot Jocclyu Jfc
Thomas' land office the tor.gue ot the
wagon slipped from the ntckyokc, dropped
to the ground, which forced the animals to
turn towards the pavement. As soon as
they struck the gutter Hie nigh animal
slipped aud Ml, ending their mad career.
With some difficulty the horse was cxtri-
'catcd from the harness and aMed to lt
jlcet, when It was round that it had not beeu
jverv badlv 'Injured. The wagon was dam-
aged but slightly.
Thoe who attended the Ilarvrs,; Jlotue
picnic at Clearwater, Thursday, report
bavin; had a vcrypleawnt time, and !sv
that the exhibit of farm products and cere-
als vvas very complete and fine. J. t.
UaiderMon aj e that the Irish potatoes on
exhibition were simply Immrnsc, and
were by lar the largeit he ever saw. Tbe
farmers around Clearwater hare had the
best crop, this year ever knonn In the hi-
.. . ".t -...
tory of that ecton. There vrcrc nearly
o thousand people present at the picnic,
Hon. John Kcllcv was master of cere-
- t . i ...
ijerc umiuunwrw pomic - -
Un present, who were looking after their "
private interests. A good joke is told at
the expense of Caunty Attorney Dale, who
of course, was present. In looking over
tbe crowd he saw but few beside Republi
cans. Turning to a friend, Dale remarked
rather sadly. -'Well, I see but few Demo
crats hcref" "Certainly," replied the
party addressed. "This Is a CbrUtlan pie
nlc.'' Just then Dale was called to another
part of the grounds.
TERMS, EDLE3 AND REGULATIONS,
Upon Which the Wichita Oaa Light Com
pany Propose to Furnish Citiaana
All appications for a supply of gas must
be made in person at the office of the com
pany during their office hours, and stating
the probable number of burners he may
The service pipe, from tbe main to tbe
meter, will he laid by tbe company, when
satisfied that Immediate consumption Is
contemplated, the whole of which service
pipe shall remain at all timer subject to tbe
control of the company.
Gas will be supplied by a meter and tbe
bills rendered every month. Tbe company
will attach a meter, the property of the
company, and fix the same in a proper
place, aud connect It with lead tubing to
tbe service pipe.
Tbo company shall at all time, by their
inspector or other authorized agent, have
tbe right of free access into the premises
lighted with ga, for the purpose of exam
ining the whole gas apparatus, or for the
removal of their meter or service pipe.
Whenever access to the meter by the com
pany's agent Is obstructed, (as by coal, or
otherwise,) the company may turn off tbe
gas until the obstruction Is removed.
The company will Introduce tbe gag into
any premises within the range of the street
mains, whenever their inspector shall be
satisfied tbatthe fittings are put In their
proper places, in a workmanlike manner,
and perfectly gas-tight.
The tubing and fittings for the convey
ance of gas within the building, after it bai
passed tbe meter, may be put up by any
competent gas-fitter employed by tbe con
sumer or proprietor of tbe premises, sub
ject, however, to the inspection and appro
val of the company, who require an Inspec
tion of all pipe bclore It is covered over by
plastering or flooring.
All tubing and screws must he of wroHgbt
Iron, bra6s or copper, but no more of tbe
latter than may be required to run from the
ceiling or wall to a bta6s burner. All Ts,
Ls, X, springs, bends, etc., must be or
hard brass (gun metal) or iron. All stop
cocks must bo plugged aud bushed with
brass, and the ways equal to tbe bore of
the tubing, and all fittings must be put to
gether with gas-fitters cement, when tbe
inspector shall require It.
After all the fittings arc completed, writ
ten notice must be given at tho office of tbe
company, whose- Inspector will examine
the work, In who. e presence air shall be
lorced into the whole of the fittings, until
the prcsurc is equal to thirty inches of mer
cury; and unless the fittings shall be per
fectly tight, under such pressure,, and oth
erwise satisfactory to the company, the gas
will imio case be suppled.
The company will, on receiving notice
from the gas fitters or consumers, have
premises nd fitting examined free of
charge and without delay, and In the order
in which such notices aie received.
In all cases where alterations are required
to be made, notice must bo given at the of
fice or Hie company on the day previous,
to enable the- company to turn off tho gas.
The following table cxhlbjts the propor
tionate length and i-ize of tubing rtquircd
by the company to be Used:
Urea I est N'o.
All gas fixtures require pi nodical clem
ing, as every species of apparatus or ma
chinery docs. .The burners shouldalways
be kept free from dust, mid if at any time
they bccomcohstiucted. iho application or
a brush will generally remove the diffi
culty. IT any escapa or g.ishe discovered, no
tice must be immediately given at the com
pany's oiliec, so that the gus may be shut
eff from the miio pipe.
The tenant of any premises using gas
shall give at least one day's written notice
whenever he is about to remove, that the
gas may bo turned off, and he will he liable
for any gas that may pasj through the
meter until such notice is given.
Kmployccs or the company will be on
duty at the company's office to recelvo and
attend to all orders, every day between the
hours of 7 a. in. and 9 p. m.
Kacb consumer of gas will be furnished
with a copy of tho foregolug rules, with
out charge, on application at the office of
the romp my.
". U. Cons timers ol gas will do the Gas
company a sre.it lav or by civ Inir notice to
the superintendent or any specific cause of
complaint ngaiust. any employee of the
coinpmy. L'poii receiving such notice, the
superintendent will examine into such
ca-s, and will strive to remove every just
causa or complaint.
Telephone connection with the office.
Look out for the opening of Iloffmaster &
Son. Winch building. Main street.
Fuller Son Just received alarge Invoice
of MaonV fruit jars. Call soon before Ibey
arc all gone. ilSMt
EO FOR LOUISVILLE.
Tickets now on sate, good Ofteen dajs,
Wichiti to Louisville aud return, for ?3t.00.
Four honr shorter time than via Fort
Scott, aud only one change ol car enroutc.
II. II. Keelek,
dS9 ARcnt Union Depot.
II. Iloffmaster A Son will show jou the
largest variety of boots and shoes to he
found in the west, and prices below all
competition. US9 It
"Where dojou get your lunch?'' "A.
Whitescarver & Co'., of course "
The Chicago llugain Houto or which W.
11. Hull and 15. It. Hull are proprietors.
Thoc tw o youn ; business men came to build
upa reputation ror ellln',j at the lowest pos
sible price-; io handle a class of flue anil
Taney goods, such as are usually retailed at
larpc profits. Mr. W. 11. Hull Is now East
bu)iu; goods and the Ladies may expect
soon to see. i large line or Fall millinery,
also a complete -lock ol Winter Garments.
This tinnsay they will sell Cloaks this tall
at prices that will astoulsli some or the old
merchants, l'rircs t-omild come down In
Wichita. Good's have been told at fearful
protits. Hull Brothers will have In soon,
Fall and Winter I)rci Goud, Silks, Vel
vet. Hosiery, Shawl. Blankets, Yarns,
Flannels, and a select sto-k of Ladies'
Mi-scs' and Children lino rhocs. The
cash vtcm Is rigedly adhered to. This is
the modern and $uccesful wy or doing
11. Iloffmaster A Son
luines in a lew dart.
will be ready tor
(ilvc them ac-11.
Frc'i celery and oytr every day, tit
WUitccarvr fc Co.
To Tfccso Gcirgto Sastii City and Btjo-i.
Please bear In wind that the AtcliIoa.
To'K'ks JL istnti Ke railroad nin an ele
gant chair ear Ironi Wichita to !vana City
without change, nml that it Is not nece-
Uary to go without your bre-kfatl to take
thr popular route.
Thioutrh ticket issued to all nninti t
lowest rates, and barcice cheeked to dn.
(nation in connection therewith.
II. It. Kkkukr,
d'M Agent, Lnlon Depot.
Only $4.72 1 Fort SciU aai Bctara.
' T.h0 ,St,PHiJ"' Voli . "" -""J V'djUa:
railroad will ell round-trip tickets to Kort
.Swit on Siturdar. Ausr. SO.at the e.b!
' rate, food returning Aujr. 31. 4tirho de
'?' toatteudthe ?!- Democratic net
ingon that da v e acbaoee- Take ad-
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1-1 Inch I (J led I 1
3-8 I M :;
1-2 " :;o " I i!
3-4 " 60 " I 10
1 " TO ' I j
1 1-4 100 " d
1 1-2 " i:.0 " 100
2! I 2U0 ' 1 200
So Many Won
"We Should Say Sof"
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
You will find our goods
any other house in Wichita.
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
ST. L0DI8, FT. SCOTT WICHITA B. R.
Will run a throuli pa-enger train to
-Ft. Scott, Sunday, August 31st, and will
make cloe connections ror Kansas City.
St. Louis and Chicago trains will leave at
nine a. m. A. N". Jones.
Whitescarver ACo's. is the boss place to
get fresh fruit. "celery and oysters. dSf-2t
To introduce the Willimautic spool cot
ton more thoroughly in this market, and
that each lady may test and demonstrate its
superiority for herself, we will present,free
of charge, to any lady that will call and
mention this ad, one spool or tbU cotton
during Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The best coffee and lunch served by
Whitescarver .t Co., southeast comer -Main
and First street.
Street Car Tickets.
All persons holding Wlchltu street rail
way tickets not signed across the race by
E. K. Powell or 'I'." will please return
them within ten days from this date for re
demption. After th.it time the company
will not honor them. E It. 1'owell,
Successor to J. W. Hartzell,
WICIUT.1, K.VX., Aug. 20. 1884. d8.V10t
Go to the first stairs east
York store for photographs.
of the New
Alt clashes or boots and shoes will be
round at Iloffmaster A Son.
Telephone your orders to Baugbmsn t
Freeman for hack or livery. 70-tr
ALL ABOARD FOR 8T. L0DI3 FAIR AND
Via IhE FriscoLine.
Tickets will be on sale as follows: From
Sept. 2 to 8. at 913.65 for the round trip,
limited to five days to return.
On Sept 11. 13, 18, 22, 25, i, and Oct. 2.
at 818 20, limited to five days to return.
From Oct. i loll, Inelu-ivc at $13.03 for
round trip, limited to Oct. 13.
Oct. 13 and 10. at $18 20 for round trip,
good to return Qvedajs afterdate of sale.
Four hours shorter time than via Fort
Scott, and no change of cars.
II. B. Keelek,
dS: Agent Union Depot.
carver Jfc Co.
short meals, it Whites-
ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION
Pep-ltr St. Lecls, Ft,
I will bav e on sale tickets for the Epol
tion and Fair at the following rates :
From Sept. 2 to 6, at 913.G3 for the round
trip, limited to five days to return.
On Sept 184.108.40.206,25, 29, and Oct. 2,
at f 18 20. limited to five days to return.
From Oct. 4 to 11, inclusive at 813. Cj for
round-trip, limited to Oct. 13
From Oct. 13 to 1G. inclusive, at 18.20 for
round-trip, good to retnrn five days after
dale of sale.
Siow is the best chance ever offered to go
to the great St. Louis Exposition and Fair.
Come one aud all and avail yourself of this
dsT-tf A. X. Joxrs. Agent,
Fokt Scott, Kansas, Auz. 27ta.
Tr tit SJiier tftSt Daily Sajlt :
Manager St. Louis Exposition would
like statltics of your county, and I would
like a"l information thatvou think advisa-f
ble to send, and which would help immi
gration into our territory.
J. W. SllLLER,
dST-61 Vice-Frcst and Gen! Mgr.
Kate P. Calvin, teacher of piano acd or
gan. For terms apply at Cot. Taylor's cor
ner of Lawrence ami Second streets. ST-Ct.
Ketoembtr the sale of black and colored
cas-mcr at MtTNSoV.
W are mild or reduction oa all of
Stacy, Adams Jfc Co, band sewed shoe for
Men. coaae aad get a pair while tiey arc
acfttaHr to cheap. AJt-unc.
derful Sales !
weeks we will offer
for loss money than those of
I For Sale or Exohtngi forothtr Props rty,
1 Sell oa
Oue pair driving torses, one good single
horse, two ponies, one phaeton, a top bug
j gy, first-clast; one platlorm spring wagon
i and one new farm wagon.
31. W. Jenk.h,
Water treet between Douglas avenue and
First street. SO lm
of your smoking Little
Iht Age of Prcgress.
Use the Strlug Sealing Wax and seal i our
fruit cans and jars without trouble. It Is
alway ready. Ak jour dealer for it,
town company lot
the sale of Hatfield
at tho WiclllU Land
and Loan company's office, Bank of Com
merce room8. 23-tf
To Thti t Going t StLouit tad Bsyo.d.
Please take uotlcc tout the Saint Louis &
San Francifco railway have rrmrocd run
uing an elegant Hue ol flceping cars be
tween WicliiU ami Saint Louis without
Tiins leave the union depot at9:.0 every
day in the year Through tickets isnued at
lowest rates to all points and baggage
checked to destitution by this popular
route. H. B. Keelek,
d 82-tf Agett Union Depot.
Tbos Sliaw, of Jlorrls, 111., will open up
In Wichita the last or tills week, a bli; stock
of all kinds of musical goods, pianos, or
gans, and a lull stock of sheet music, music
books, violins, accordions, ami all kinds of
small instruments. Keep-3 our eje open.
Thomas Shaw Is an old band at the busi
ness, and has come to taj. dSilf
Farms For fl.
Six well improved farms, situated In
Milton and Jlurdock townships. Butler
county, Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, Sedgwick county, Kansas.
Little Joker Smoking Tobacco Is for sale
by all first-class dealers. G4-G0
No. 88 Oou'ias avenue Is where you
can reft comfortably while waiting for
your pictures. 32-tf'
GRIND REDUTIO IM COIL.
The ltogers Coal Company have reduced
tbe prices of tbclr celebrated Pittsburg
coal fifty cents per ton, nsakiug prices from
this date as follows: Pilltburg lump, 3.i0,
delivered; Pittsburg nut, $5 00 delivered.
They arc alto now prepared to fill orders
for the best Pennsylvania Antracite coal at
tl2 f. delivered. They positively guaran
tee tbelr weight in every case. Give them
a call. dTS-tf
We have received a new supply Little
Joker Smoking Tobacco.
C4-C0 Wichita Wholksau: Grocer Co.
LooV here, we have 500 lot that we pro
pose to sell at prices that will surprise you.
The lou are about one-half as far from bus
iness as other new additions. Easy terms
of payment. Call and ate us before the
price are raised which will be soon.
BaRTHOLOMB- Js. MCClKCATnAR.
bring jour babies, jour children and ail
the big folks to Baldwin & 0tergreV,and
be photographed with lightning speed. 33-lt
lleynold's Bro's. ceiebraied fine shoes tor
women at a reduction of eventy-fire cents
per pair. Ladies, now Is the time to get a
t pair ofthe best sbcea fortes than they are
worth. A- AllX.
Baldwin Jfc Ostergrta are now ready to
j photograph all wbo call at tbelr newly fur
nished room, So. 98 Dou tan avr. 22-tf
11. Ho-maater and Son wili (tiTejou
price oa boots adh l tut are bossd
to rait everybody.
A exgaisit Us ot drew tattaM at
EEMEMBEE: f HE: EffiSTOrSEiEOTmilB
Monarch Money-Saying Sale
Don't Inquire for "baits."
Bat we make an honest, square reduction on every article in the store, from the center to the circtU-ier
We don't offer a hatful of bargains, but $50,000 worth.
IT PATS TO
INNES & ROSS.
SIXTY DAYS CLEARANCE SALE
BOOTS J&.2ST1D SIKDOIES !
RED I FRONT I
At that lime wo will oiler you ntivthinsr in tlio Boot and Shoo lino at or
nearly cost. Our stock is large and frm iliu best manufacturers of the
East, and this sale will be an extra chance to get Boots and Shuea.cheaper
than you ever got them before, tu ihey niu3t sell to make room for a Large
Four Doors South of the Postoff.ce.
W. J. BLOOMER & BROj
Opposite the Wholesale Grocery.
TO BE SLAUaHTIlRED !
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes
Will be slaughtered for the next 30 day at the
CHEAP CASH STORE!
F)oitglas Ave., one door iceat of Citizens Bank:
Ladies Pino 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 be sold
. MAJOR BROS. & HOIUDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
133 DOUOLAS AVENUE.
28 Main St.,
Wlih f Inform tbji0(:! of ?-l?orlclc coonty
Staple & Fancy Groceries & dueensware !
Which thoy "will sell at Wichita Price. .'
Tfto highest market price paid for
our stock and Ioain our prices Itfoie prchlDr.
BonF&t and foitl on cornn.lion
OYSTERS rRIVERSEDE PARK
Whitescarver k Co.
IUtjmt Stt'dnp their rwnss oath aathrt'
corf rof Ilrt od Jl!f. i now prerr-l i
tofsreUa njtfc5iKri3heJTllnesbrtil3e. J
New Rooms! New Goods!
Short Order -Uala Served at AH Boarsj. .
0i73 Tabs a Ca3L .
CXJkJL-LWAXZK. - -
r a rrotral buAJas tafer
Untie- jrivm to tpttec m.
f OSTA t3l Bkd of f4 doUar.
KO4 doUar, -tta
sM, TWO dSl -
1 1 ; r." eTvi ra oa
Ian reward fertu-rttni Jo tJs
Square-Dealing Store of Innes & Ross!
We have none to offer. We don't
TRADE UNDER THE HORSESHO
T - tiJi
SHOE I STORE !
reduced to $1.50.
regardless of cost.
T. W. COVERDALE.
O00I1S DELTVERKD OH SHORT NOTICE.
LARIMER & STINSON.
0y kri' constantly on hfcsd a cnriip!t
Batter, - and TParmfrodac
H. L. HILL'S
Horse & Mule Market,
Dous'a Arena e, west of Water St.
Auction Sales Daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Mi. iM i Earna, Iknm i Sj4&i,
a pc!illy. ETsrjtblef td jrvr.u-t at
THE PLACE FOB FUN J
l Ltli 4.-V.t-- asi 11
41 vuft -p-aaa urn in .
en ta L2 r aavd
W'J W lHtlUs n-Waw a
sinxs j nr met
(Xw te tfea State-i
ynt4ii.lfiili. ?t'rtrt, C - f
t. uaiAU. oawr ten saw arena.
Tro4cwT-a -notrff tettOvi t tto deMf j
iTjSr - ,f - 4 tSSur net Mm- 4w
Ji - JV ,-.Mf1.t n4 Oxsm -W
-f trw4atflb. . C.r
Viassf'??p '&s-; &....
of Dry Goods, Boots A Shojes
lose Ktoney on one article, aad
CHICAGO BARGAIN HOUSE?!
123 DOUGLAS AVKKUJC
Gentlemen's Unlaundried Shirts,
Cuffs, worth 50c, reduced to 35c.
Limit yon to two each.
Lonsdale Bleached Muslin down to 7c.
Limit you to twenty yards.
Full Standard Calicoes, 4c.
Limit each customer to twenty yards.
Hail and Frost Waterproofs drop down to $1.00 per yard.
These goods are tho best made, and hava sold for more money
Remember we have a large and complete atockof Ladlea', Gently
mon's, Misses' 9t Children's W
Fall & Winter Underwear!
At low figures.
Hull Brothers, Promoters of Low Prices,
Will please remember
DUCK HUNTING COATS!
Our Stock.' of ' Trunks its very xtrjiv mad cotmUta of avll gTd.
VALISES IK ALL STYLES
LADIES' SACHELS AND
THE NEW STYLES,
SHAWL- AND SHOULDER
Give us a call, and we'll
onrtin ciflTHim, iirrm . renran.
, j- '
oe. from om
N. X. T. P. O.
Linen Bosoms and
Please call on us.
that we have i
. full Use of
to the Best
OENTS.' CLUB BACJ8 IN ALL
- STRAPS. ETC., ETC,
try to do you good.
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