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PERSONAL. AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
Arthur Allen and his bride reached home
yesterday after a very pleasant bridal trip.
J. R. Dutton, ivho has been sick at his
home for set oral days, is recovering tinder
treatment of Dr. Fabriquc.
The new down town union ticket office
has been completed, and George. Whitney
has. been placed in charge.
Sir. S. Tuttle, one of Wichita's cattle
kings came up from Caldwell yesterday to
pend Sabbath with the folk.
Bear in mind that S3.75 ja s the railroad
fare to Topoku and return this week, includ
ing ticket of ndmiion to the State Fair.
3rr. H. 1. Murdoek and her new boy
baby liavo gone to Kinporia for ft Hit. The
liuino manager followed by lft't evening's
Sam Wollard ami Fred Sucit, in com
pany iith tome of Wichita's oung ladies,
will hi the camp-meeting to-day at IlnjS'
Iu the case of .Mr-. Iluenbark njram-t her
husband, Henry liii-onbnrk, for cruelty and
assault, the defendant wa fined including
A gr.wd llepublican rally will be held at
Tojekii during the State Fair. Senatoi
IngnlLi and Hon. .Tohn A. Martin will dc
Therein n at difllrcncc between n soci
t dude and a j oung politician. The for
mer nm to cane-, while the hitter's w far
ing nppanl coin-to chiefly of a plug ls.it.
Harry Moore, the fotvnnn of the Kaole
book bindry and blank book department,
left with his wife and baby a c-terday morn
ing for Lawrence and the ULmarrk fair to
lw absent K'teral diii.
Tfic lUpublican Flambeau club will meet
at 7:30 o'clock on Monday ceiling at the
register of deed- office. Kery number, or
thoc contemplating becoming stub, are re
quested to be on hand promptly.
Mr. .lolin Ku-m.11, of Oakland, Kingman
county, one of the petit jurors of the United
States' district court, leaes furXew York in
h khort time, with the purpose of taking in
the Xew Orleans (jwisition before he re
turn. K. F., J. W. and .1. II. Arthur, Page Mur
tin and Henry Emmons of New York, leaw
to-morrow morning for the Ciinmaron coun
try for a three weeks hunt. The boj s are
prepared for and anticipate a jolly, round
The J. C. McMillcn barber shop near
Brown's auction hou-e, his been bought by
C. C. Gray. Mr. Gray has been barbering
here, off and on, for Mucral car, and his
old friend will be glad to sec him in a fchop
of his own a"ain.
L. G. Lapliau , superintendent of the
lewttt farm, drops us a note thanking us
for the prompt appearance of the adertie
ment for tall men to pull corn, but suggests
that the bachelors bo sent to Mr. C'lei eland,
a he is in need of help.
The fact that Allen Sells has charge of the
amusement programme at the state fair ib
sufficient guarantee that whateer i done in
this line will be a micci-. Eer one who
can do should make their plans to go and
The Wichita Nation il Bank hi wide el a
new burglnr proof safe of the late-t pitern
and in vt approved make to their ault. It
ii enl 145j2? iucho, but i pnitticalh
solid stel weighing upward-. of four tons or
eighty-thr. lmndrul pound", to be evict.
Mr. S. 1 DuweKou write u from Cuba,
Xew York.to forward no more daily KdilCi
to Angelica, but tos tin in into liii
front jard at home, where he will soon be ai
heRiid famih leave for the west immediately,
ilnding no summer re-ort so deMrable iw
K. C. lYrgn-ein. Sumner counUV popular
register of deed'', camo up from Wellington
night before l.it on buine-s, returning
home eterd i. He icportu that the pe-o-le
of that rit are highly gratiliiMl iu secur
ing o old and ablen iwwppiper man as
The Wiehilii Kvoif, while being political
ly "off" neur l(.t an opportunity slip,
whereby to show up the adiantage of Kan
sas. Hero is one ot the lnte-t ethiMons from
the MTsitile pe-n of its editor. Caldwell
It i unnecessary te remind our reader
that the Standard flies at its ma't head the
name of Maria Halpin's loer.
.Mr. Allan Itlarkm m came over from Coy-
illo lit 'ening to spend the day with his
tamih. Allan is so closely occupied with
his trade that he don't get home much of
tener tlrm once a month but by the time
cold weather sets' in he hope- tei be more
lci-r. Xorth A: I)oekon, the authomed
nou'C nuuibe'rers, hac sample' of eery
oiinceiMthlo sUleof llgure1-, cre.it nnd small,
for numbering buine house- and dwellings.
As an ordinani-e has been pas-ed ordering
all dwe-lliiign and hu-inoii hou-e- numbered
the Muuierlt ielone the iM-tter.
Kev..I. F. Nelev- brought to the Kaolk
je-tcrdav' some apple", one varictj' of which
vie never saw the like-. Thcv- were verj
large ami a meit beautiful pink in color.
The oilier varittv- was the Kusset, but so
large that at fir-t we could liardlv- believe
our eve-s. He turned them over to Mo-er.
Sheriff Hamilton, of York countj", Neb.,
arrived here j e-tortlaj in pursuit of a man
charge-el with cattle stealing, by the name of
Preston, sheriff Fi-her brought Sheriff
Hamilton to the po-tollie-e anil introduced
him, and got a description of his man, who
calling for his mail was pointed out and
nabbeHl and U.ken north on last evening's
What ha- got the matter with the oil.
Several coal oil lump- have explodiil iu thi
city within- a week, one or two of which
thrcatenetl dire re-uk- for a fi'W minute.
Night before' la-t a lamp exploded in Elliot's
store on Maiu strwt. nnd it wa- with consid
erable d-mger and difficulty the burning oil
wa suuithcre'el out and the lamp got into
the street. The same evening a lamp e
plodexd in the home of Su-an T. .lohii-on,
w hich came niar dc-trov ing the houe.
nn. ...i.i::.. ,i. :.. i .,, -mi
Hill in enrrt-.l AlriVl- It TilliniP I
eichtv aere'-.lv iti" on both -ides of the ex-
ten-ion of Douglas avenue, ami included tho
south half of the Harvtj- firm ami fortv-acre-
belonging to A. C Pax ne. There are
about thirtv lots of two anil a halt acre's
e aeh. All but three hav o alreaelj- been -old.
This tract lies ju-t on the eilge of the hill
at of the citv , cxactlj- two miles ea-t of the
corner of Ikniglao ami lawrence avenue-.
A x oung boj- of Kalamayiw, Mich., named
George JlauriwTunii'r, left his home on
the evi-ning of Aiuist the third, taking a
we-steni bounet freight, anil telling a com
panion that hq -was going to Kansa-. All
efforts to trace him have proved unavail
ing. Should anj one reveling this know
anvthijig of hi- whereabout-, entreat him to
return home, or at lcat, write hi mother
w here he iv H fourtevn j ears old, short
for his age, lias brown ex e and dark hair,
is left handed and ha- a slight hesitation iu
his sjieech, wa elres.-e'd in a dark all woeil
mixed suit, black and white straw Int. and
buttoiLihoes. 31ns. Geo. Tvknkk,
715 Milliard Street,
Western jwpers please copy.
You can sec more in day at the State
Fair at Topcka this week than you can at
home in a month. $3175 will pay your fare
for the round trip including admission to
the fair grounds.
The ladies of the W. C. T.U. will hold a
social at their rooms Monday night, Septem
ber 8. Refreshments, peaches and cream,
cake and lemonade. The attraction of the
evening will be vocal and instrumental mu
sic by the the distinguished musicians, Mrs.
Prof. Abbi'tt and Prof Gaorge Arbuckle.
Also select readings. Mrs. F. A. Gray.
The burglars who continue to bocr
around our city, -visited the residence of H.
Comley, on the corner of Market and Water
man streets, on Friday evening. 3Ir. C. and
wife were sitting in their parlor at about 10
o'clock, liaving the lights turned down low,
when two men wcro obened to approach
the house and peer into the windows; they
then retreated a short distance for consulta
tion, presumedly upon the advisability of
"cracking the crib;" the decfeion being in
the affirmative they returned, probably
thinking the family absent, but when met
with a shining flic shooter and an invitation
to skip, they seemed somewhat surprised
and accepted tho invitation with alacrity.
SANTA FE MAGNATES.
W. B. Strong, President, A. E. Tousalin,
vice-president, nnd A. A. Kobinson, general
manager of the Santa Fe, accompanied by
some eastern stockholder", came down in a
special car from Topeka jesterday. They
w ere joined hereby K. R. Coleman. They
nitde n fl) ing trip to Kingman and return
then went south to Wellington.
Sedgwick County Fruits at the State Fair,
Sedgwick county has demonstrated two or
three succc'shc j cars that she is the great
est agricultural county in the state of Kan
sas, and now liaving attained age sufficient,
she proposes to satisfy all doubters that she
is the greatest horticultural county in Kan
sas. Two j ears ago Sedgwick county was
in the brassiest manner possible checked out
of the first premium at the state fair, the
award being given to a fourth rate collec
tion, but tli uir the whole stato is chal
lenged, ane 11 he United States, for that
matter. Only three or four days were put
in collecting fruit and that was principallv
done by one gentleman, but we go up this
jeartowin. With longer timoand an or
ganized effort a better showing could hae
been made as those who moed in the work
aro well aware, but the county or state that
gets away with the collection which loft
for Topeka last evening aro welcome to the
honor. For our own part, we don't be
lieve the thing can bo done. For three
years Sedgwick county, without an effort of
any character, except to transmit the fruit,
has vanquished the rest of the state on
pears, and the officers, knowing what might
annually bo expected, kept cutting down
the premium each year until this, when only
$5.00 arc offered for the best pear display.
But Sedgwick ain't small and cares little for
smallness in others. Mo-er, Blood and
I)a is loaded up the result of those few da s
weirk and left for Topeka last night. As
we have intimated, wo doubt if such
a collection was eer sent by
any single county to a State Fair before.
There were upwards of two hundred varie
ties of fruits con-i-ting principal of ap
ples, pcache-, pear, plums grapes and
quinces. In cither of these named fruits, or
in the various varictic- of each kind all the
other counties of the state, whether new lv
i-ettleel or old, are challenged. And it i
neithing more than justice to the county,
and it is true, to say that the specimen sent
are not pheuominal here. The whole eh--pl
iy could bo duplicated in a few days ove-r
and over again, and with plenty ef time',
e-oiild be surp ieel. Hundred- and hundred.-
of farms not ve t aelozen ji'iirs undi r
cultivation e.m show" ju-t exactly the same
kind of fruit, and as fine -peciinen-.
To thr Editor oftht Daily EagU.
f.oddard is waking up and is e njov ing a
re'gular boom. Building- are going up in
ill direction-. Willi im Lv man is e recting a
lmnd-ome residence in the northea-t part of
town, twentv--cight bx- thirty fett, frame, two
stories. Mr. l'ruitt's biu-itie-s eottage will
be a beaiitx- when completed roomv-, com
modious and ple'asanL Mr. Pruitt has our
ide-a in building a house. It should be
made for comfort as well as look. C. B.
lleeson's dwelling is Hearing completion and
will add grreitlj- to the appearance of that
part of the city. The good wife", when she
comes to tho homo for the first time, will
fuel a new joj- and prielc swell her heart as
she notes the well arranged parlor and bed
rooms, the largo and nirj- kitchen and the
neat, e?einfortably appointed bath room.
Joseph Knofflock's large rcsidi'iice is re
eciving its finishing touehe-. The family
will soon havo a reunion.
Work will at onco begin on the large
brick grocery houe of Nolan Bros., when
the stone arriv cs. All other materiil-are
rcadj- and on the ground.
Goddard has made a sure and stcairy
growth, nnd .nil advance moro rapidly now
than ever. .Stunted in the best township
(Attica) in the county, surrounded by the
finest countrj- in the state, possessing advan
tages that few enjoy, we sec no reason wiry
advancement should not naturallj- follow.
Her streets are thronged with teams hauling
corn, wheat, oats, hog, etc. All our liveiy
stables are buv. We noticed jcsterdix
lnorning that the stable ef Lawcller A.
Skeapard was completely surrounded
with from wagons and teams, ami around
McCriff 's stable was a like appearance.
There is not a better shipping point on the
Wichita & Western railwaj- than Godd ire,
and no town on the line has so much corn
andxvheat in tho country around about.
Attica township is noted fer her abundan
There aro some thing- that Attica needs
and some that she don't want. We need an
enterprising man, with some capital, to put
up a geiod custom mill in eonnection with
an elevator Then is money in it. I.ctniij
man come here, look the field over carefully,
and if he means business we are sure he w ill
We also ni-eil u goo 1 beot ami shoe mak
er. He e-an do well in that line.
We do not want nnv meire aloon, anil it
i-the v eiee of all good citireu- that vie ex
ert e'verj- e ffort to git rid of the one th it we
Politically vie an moving along -moot hi i
with a strong under-current for .lolin A.
Martin and our fellow citiViii. llmi. John
Kelli'j'. Tlii'rv an some viho mix not -up-port
Martin, but there i- -carpel a man
who vi ill not vote for John.
Mr. (J. Arbuckle was in our eitx on Wed-nedav-la-t
and cave a cor. cert that night.
Kvorjboely wcniod to enjox the prixilego of
hearing him. 'W e would sax- to him. pome
again. The "Sworel f Bunker Hill" and
"Nellie Gray" touched -ome chord- in our
heart!. tbit lme not ceaeel to vibrate ye L
The MethoelUt church ha recently pur
chased a xcrv fine chapel org-in, a Wilcox.
fc White. Thex- are delighted xvith it- tone.
Its compass ami power an unsurpa ed bv
any organ of like grade.
In the article of la-t Tue-elav'- ki!y
headed "Hnrxe-t-liome fe-tival," noticed
that the xvriter failed to mention xho took
the first and second premium on breaeh
was an unjardonable oi orii-lit . tho i
bread woulel have cruet! the tooth of the opportunity.
Queen of KnRlan.i. We had the pleww ! US"'tf A- x- Jo-Kb. Ajent.
of catinj; portion of both loar, so mc! KrctWrlnrited to call at 1L Ilo&nas
aro capable of hoirin-: testimony. Mi ' tCr A Son's an.l look over their stock of
Ktta Stow, of Wchita, nged fiftcn oaw, j lu alli ,hoe. jr,,!,. A,
we lcsirn, tioronway tne Mt pnxe pair
of five dollar shoo, as first premium on bet
loaf of brtd;Mr-. Laura WerlW teok tho
OO SLOW, MY BOY.
A gentleman from New York who had
been lured to this valley by some of the big
stories of the Eagle but who, on his arrival
had become about as crazy as the average
newcomer over the Happy Valley and its
people, wrote back to hii old father to send
him a few thousand dollars more as he had
expended his last cent in buying Sedgwick
county land and hadn't secured half enough
yet and lie feared before next spring the
world would find out what a catch a farm
was in this county, when there would be no
more land to be had short of one or two
hundred dollars an acre. The wise, cautious
old father who had lived through six Demo
cratic administrations wrote him, which let
ter was received jesterday morning and the
contents of which ran about as follows;
Dear sox; Go slow. You know these
arc precarious times, and that no man can
tell what a day may bring forth. You
ought to know- that should tho Democrats
get into power what tho prolable result
would be. Hungry, wild, reckless, Godonly
knows where we would land. Let me cau
tion v ou to hold on to your extra chink till
after November, for if Cleveland is elected
and the free trade party succeeds to power,
this countrj is not only morally lowered
but all values will shrink one-half. Holdon
to jour monev, boy, till after Novembor.
ASSISTANT COUNTY CLERK.
John A. Wallaee ws appointed assistant
count v clerk xcstcrdav bv the board of
countj- commissioners, xice E. A. Dorscx-,
resigned. Mr. Wallace for manj- jears,
for nearly ten j ears, w as an emplox ee of this
office and always faithful and indu'triou, in
whose Republican eonvictions there was no
shadow of turning. Lately he has been an
as-istant in the office of register of deeds,
and still later emplox ed as a compositor in
tho Beacon office. We feel that Wallace
will make a competent as-i-t ant clerk, and
arc sure that ho will be faithful to the inter
ests of the people and true to himself, to
which it would be elifficult to add more
Will be reaely and open for busine--tomorrow,
Mond iy, Sept. 8, with five elifferent
andeli-tinet apartments, where the hungry
and thir-tj-will find courteous anil prompt
attention with anj thing their appetite maj
craxe in the wav- of citing or drinking. Mr.
Dick Dines is in charge of tho culinary de
partment, and Mr. Eldridge the dining
rooms, which is sufficient guarantee for
thorough sati-faction. The establishment
will be open diy and night, and all will be
welcome, wether wanting a Sandwich or tho
"Fatted Calf." d96-lt
Farms For Salt.
Six well improved farms, situated in
Milton and Murdoek townships, Butler
county, Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, Scdgvviek county, Kansas.
Go to Saddle Kock to cat and drink.
Somewhere on the streets of AVichita
Tuesday, a large pockctbook containing
papers, etc., which will identify the owner.
The finder will bo suitably paid for the re
turn of the same to II. S. Green at the Ea
ch, k office. d93
If jou are liungrj- go to Saddle Koek.
Fresh ojstcrs by the dis!i or can at St.
I.ouis fruit store, corner Douglas and To
peka, avenues. dM-3t
School children will call at the Postoffice
Bookstore for Kaub's grunmar, and if they
have anv- of CI irk' old grammar-, bring
them with J on for e xclmnge. This is the
oulj-phco where the old grammars are on
FIVE GREAT SHOWS.
'I be St. Loui-, Ne'W Orle.ui-, Louisville,
Chicago and Milwatike-e Expo-itioii arc five
great show. The are of inestimable val
ue te this countrj-. Viit a- minj- as j-ou
pn-sibly can. At eai-h tliri'rc will be a fine
ili-pl-ij of c images anil harness made hj
the Elkhart Carriage and Manufacturing
Co., of Elkhirl, Indi mi. This firm hip
anj where with privilege- to examine be fore
paying one ei nt, and -ell at retail at whole
sale price-. Eighty p ge catalogue1 sent ire-e.
Addrv-s W. B. Pit VTT, Sec'j-.
Elkhart, lndinn-i. el9G-lt
Ifxou x.int to buy cheap lot iii.lmmer
l's addition, call on Fred Schather, at city
clerk's office- dWtf
Itatdixin .1 0turgrcn are now ready to
photograph all xx ho call at their new Iy fur-
nUhad rooms, o. 93 Douglas axe. 3.Mf
Tho furniture mill bliin- of tin .Arling
ton hotel, "Wellington, for -iilo ut nliiirgain
in oncquenco eif f-ihkiip in the proprie
torV family. Ailelres,
If. AV. XORTIIRVI.
el9t)-lm "WHiiiqton, Kan.
Kcynold's llro'. celebrated tine shoes lor
women at a reduction of t-eventy-the cents
per pair. l.adie, noiv Is the time to get a
pair of the best shoe for less than they arc
xxorth. A. Allen.
Little Joker Smoking Tobacco Is for sale
by all first-clans dealers. C4-G0
Go to the
first stairs cast
of the New
York store for photographs.
New York ox ter at Saddle Kock. e!90-3t
School children and parents can procure
Itaub's p-niiiinir on introduction in ex
change for old Clark V gramniari? at the old
anil reliable book limi-c of Harding ifc Fih
er, It Main street.
ANo all other school books and chool
mpplif. at loxic-t jirice-.
ilM-.1t Tl VRHlvo & Fi-iikr.
Ifotfina-tcr it Son
is open to-d9o-tf
No. SS Douglas axenue is where you
can rc-t comfortably xxhile waiting for
your picture". 3i-tf
No trouble to shovr
tfc SonV. Main j tree t.
;ood5 at HotVniHttor
New Books Exchanged for Old Ones.
Yon can exchange x eiur old gratiiinar for
new one at the old rclitblc book ttore of
.MtLK.. S: LtrriTT,
el'Hi-tf Dougla. arcnuc.
Uotlmn-ter fc Nm xiill sell xou beot
hix, clu-apcr thin any one in the tradt.
(Jsnie at the Saddle Kock.
ST. L0UI3 EXPOSIHON AD FAIR.
Vit tho Popular St. Lonii, Tt. Scott tad
I will hae on alc tickets for the Kxpoi-1-tlon
anil Fair at the following rates :
From Sept. 2 to S, at ?IS fio for the round
trip, limited to live days to return.
On Sept. 11, 15. IS. 22, 25, 20, and OcU 2,
at $18.20, limited to five days to return.
From Oct. 4 to 11, Inclusive at $13.C5 for
round-trip, limited to Oct. 1.1
From Oct. 13 to IC. inclusUe. at S1S.20 for
round-trip, good to retnrn five dav after
date of sale.
Now is the het chance eer o He red to go
to the treat i?L Louis Expoitlon and Fair.
- orae one auu an anu nail yourself of this
Fr-h nh at Saddle Rock.
H. IIotTntaster t jvn will open out to-day
with the largest toeX of boots and hoe in
the -r 3Iin trwt, "Winch block.
So Many Won
"We Should Say Sol.."
We are not going1 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.
lenU tei oreler fit Saddle
in the elx or nii;lit.
To those going to St. I.ouia fair anil ex
position, or to l.ouUxille, tickets will be
nolel cither xia the feanta Ke or 'Frisco line
atlotiett rates. Shortest time, elegant ehair
rira anil Pullman sleeper.
II. U. Kkki.kic,
To These Going to St Louii and Bejoad.
l'lease take notice that the Saint I.ouis &
San Francisco railvtray haxe resumed run
ning an elegant lino ot sleeping cars be
tween Wichita and Saint Louis without
Trins leate the union depot at0.."0 cxery
day in ttie year. Through ticket? issued at
lowest rates to all points and baggage
checked, to destination by this popular
route. II. It. Keelkk,
d 82-tf Agent Union Depot.
Tho Ag of Progrtsi.
Use the String Sealing Wax and teal jour
fruit cans ami jars without trouble. It is
altvay ready. Ask xour dealer for It,
Ladies approxc of your smoking Little
Joker Tobacco. 04-00
Froh ox tcr at S ulelle Hoe k.
For Sale or Bxchsng j for othir Props rt, or
One pair elrlx ing I orscs, one good single
horse, two ponies one phaeton, a top bug
gy, nrst-clas?; one platlorm spring wagon
and one new farm nagon.
M. Y. Jkskh,
Water street betxxecn Douglas avenue and
First street. . t0 1m
Sadello l'otk wrvoi regular dinners at COo.
ltrmg your babies, jour children and all
the big folks to Kalelwin & Oitergrcn's.and
be photographed with lightning speed. 32-tf
To These Qeirgto Easiu City and Bejond.
Please bear In mind that the Atchison,
Topeka & Santa Fe railroad runs an ele
gant chair car from Wichita to Kanaj City
without change, and that it is not neces
sary to go without your breakfast to take
the popular route.
Through tickets Issued to all points at
lowest rates, and baggage ehecked to desti
nation In connection therewith.
H. B. Keklxr,
dKtl Agent, Union Depot.
Day boarel at Sailellc HocV, SO per !,
We are makinir a reduction on all of
Stacy, Adams & Co's. hand sewed shoes for
men. come and get a pair while they are
selling so cheap. A. Allkn.
GRAND RE DUTI0N IN COIL.
The Itogers Coal Company have reduced
the prices of their celebrated Pittsburg
coal fifty cents per ton, making prices from
this date as follows: Pittsburg lump, $3.50,
delivered; Pittsburg nut, $5 00 delivered.
They are aIo now prepared to fill orders
for the best Pennsylvania Antracite coal at
if 12.5). delivered. They positively guaran
tee their weight in every cae. Give them
a call. dltMf
Sieldlo Kock ov-tcr at the SaelJle Rock.
We have received a new supply Little
Joker Smoking Tobacco.
Ct-CO Wichita WiiolK'-alk Grocer Co.
l'orter Houo F-trak at .SadiHe Vaclz.
Telephone jour orders to
Freeman for back or Hvcry.
Kreen no?r raus a ilallr stae from Kingman
to Saratoga, Pratt Center, and CcliI Water,
Comasce coantr. This is the direct ronte to
Cold Water. A bir boom there, with plenty of
tacact land, the but on earth. The Cannon
ball sets too there three etars quicker than aaj
other war. The Casconball learn Kingman
after breakfast and lands yon III mile west In
one day, and changes horses eceryelxh Unites.
Leave Kingman at (.Us in , arrive at Sara
toga at IS m ,atrrattCenteratls-p. jn. and
at Cold Water at 9 p. m , and does this erery
day sy OMct ia Klagman at
se-tt omsnrs ZJTZKT STABLS. i
daful Sales !
for less money than those of
DH. T. L. AKDUEWS.
Treats all affcctlems of the ear, nose, throat
and lungs by the most approved modern meth
ods. Asthma, hay fever and rose cold speedily
rclltveci; treatment mild and unlrrftstlijfc.
Office in FerreU's lmildinit, oppo-lte jwttofflce ,
office hoars ftomU to Wi a. m., and from 1,' to
G. W. C. JOXLS.
Attornev-at-law. Offlco in Kaglc block, oirr
Horey Co.'a elrj' goods store 7i-8 Mf
AX.N'A K. TWITTY, M. I). ,
Tenders her professional services to the citizens
of Wichita. Electro-vapor baths a specialty.
Office on Main street, second door from south
west corner of First street, up-stairs. .VKlm'
iib. xv. sTmcbuhnie,"
Formerly physician and surgeon to the Ixuis
vllle City and Marine hospital, and late health
officer of Sprlnrtleld. Illinois, has located at
So. 19 Main street, opposite tho postoffice.
Special attention paid to gynecology and elec-
tro-vapor, electro-spongo and galvanic baths
mgo anu gaiv
m. anil 2 to r
Office lionrs S to in a
r., ami at
Architects and Superintendents.
Urns' block. XVIchita, Kansas.
D. XV. SMITH,
Ucntist tgle building, Douglas aveour
IIARKIS X HAKKIS & FIREIIAUGII,
Attorneys st law, Uommf rcial block, VX kli-it-i,
J. Jl. BALDERSTON,
AnOLMT jit LAW.XVIchlU, Sedgwick county
Kansas Office In Centennial Block.
STANLEY 4 WALL.
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas. Offico
over Citizens' bauk.
O. I) KIRK,
w Room No
Attorney at Law Room No. S, U.
oBice building, Wichita, Kansas.
K. II KESTZ,
1'hysiclan and Surgeon. Office oier r'ntlerA
Attorney at Law.
L. r. SHERWOOD,
Dentist. Office In Ferrell Itulldlng oiipmlte
iwslciffice. Slain street, Wichita, Kansas.
Teeth extracted without pain by nltios oxide
J. J. CBI&T,
Architect and Superintendent. Office, Vmll
Werner's block, Douglas avenue, between To
ka avenue and Lawrence M.. Wichita. Kan
J. D. HCi'STOX, F. W BHTT-aT
HOUSTON 3L BE.NTLKV,
Attorncvs at Iw Office over Kansax Na
tioaal bank, Wichita. Kan
eontractors and bollders.on First street, west
of Oinntr balldlnir.
j. r. LAUCK.
Attorney at Law, WlehlU. Kansas.
E C IIUGULES,
Altorney-at-Uw. Office over So. 32, Main
Street, Wichita, Kiniu. M-
.1 C. IIEKKING,
all KnglneerandKeal KsUteArent Tem
ple block near Postoffice, Wichita. Kansas.
DE.J. C. DEAX,
Dkxtist. Booms In Field bnlldlnf, Main
street, opposite Harding A r Uher's. li-il-
DR. W L. DOIXE,
DmrnsT. OSic over RarnM A
tor. Centennial block. Wichita.
Office in Temple block.
o. w. coLLixos, aoirr. x. run
COLLING? A PIATT,
Attorneys at Law. Will practice In both state
and Federal coorU. Office in Temple block.
Main street, secood stairway north or Post
office, Wichita, Kansas.
The rhotogiapher. P!tnr In ail sites anil
styles. He also carries the flaest aasortment
of picture fraaie In the etj. Glre him a
rrtentlly call anil examine samples. el-i-tf
Clothing Cleaned & Repaired.
TO" shop on Doc! avenue, t wo doors east
of Brown's auction hoae, W knits. S-U
EOCK & "WJi!I.X.S.
DHIOH KIT IiBQT !
rrsk Uke Ostt eoasuaUy traAaad faatlif
WiflSA.t's, lWWJ;-i Imr Jrtw tM
Cheapest Goods Ever Known in the History of Diy Goods!
Our Late Purchases at the Great Bankrupt Sales in New York Enable Us to Offer Goods
Thirty Per Cent. Lower Than Ever Shown in Any Market!
EAST OR "WEST. IJTOR07H: OB SOUTH.
At these bankrupt sales prices are not shaded ; they are simply
fresh, clean and salable. Come and get some of the great bargains.
BOOTS fc SHOES!
We are still working to close out our Boots and Shoes. Our immense stook reqmirea a loader time to close out than we aatici
pated. We are offering great inducements in Boots and Shoes men's, women's, Children's and youths. Ob of the finest stocks in
the country at a sacrifice. We want more room, and must close them out. Bargain seekers will find a boaanaa at the
Old Reliable Horseshoe Store, Next to the Postoffice.
INNES & ROSS. N. X. T. P. O.
An Important Consideration!
With the buyer in the Dress Goods Department is that we have no
old stock to work off.
Several of the Extraordinary Values!
Offered last week in Dress Goods will bo continued during this
week. In addittion,
A Big Drive in Canton Flannels !
Will be placed on our counters Monday morning.
In no spirit of reckless and idle boastfulness, that character
izes so many advertisements, do we affirm that our prices thro'
out the house cannot be matched; but from a knowlodge that it is
i a fact, and a thorough determination that it shall remain a fact.
Our best advertisement is honest
A few goods will be sold in the
19 Main St.
THE LEADING JEWELLER!
126 Douglas Ave., opposite Bank of Commerce.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Etc., Etc.
Enagemtnt and WeJdin? Kings of Everj Variety and All Pescriptions.
53" Special Attention Paid to Repairing Watchea. Clocks and Jewelry.
Fitting Spe.t-tclee and, Eyo-Olase'.
28 Main St.,
MAJOR BROS. & H0LL1DAT,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
133 DOUOLAS AVENUE.
"viLsonsr &, toimis,
OP ST. LOtTIS, MI3SO"USI.
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money ac Sight, Commission Very Low.
Wc have conni-ctcil
hi iletail itii) , SHI & Exchange Weatcru properly forhaxteni.aml rite versa
(Jail on fir aelelrecs
M. L. GARVER.
Manntrer of tin Wichita Hranch, WICHITA, KANSA.-v
Office over T. II. Lincli'i utore, Douglas avrntic.
H. T. CAMIEN, MERCHANT TAILOR.
Clothing Made in the Latest Styles and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Call and Examine Befcro Purchasing Slcerhcre.
EJ i-toreon Main St , eecond door sooth of Whole.sle Grenrery Co , Wichita, Kshmm ;-tf
Frooman & Peckham,
Staple & Fane'- Groceries
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Etc.
llighe-ii cauh pricx! aii for produce. More j;ooiU oM for the same
moncj llian by any other firm in the rlty. (.Jooel dclivf-rcrf proinptiy to tiny
part of the city. y South :(le of iJougla avenue, Tliird door yrtt o
Main StrHt. Wichita, Kanas. i-tf
B. EZ. BE-OW1T,
Dougia.) Avenue, - Wichita. Knat
August D. Ficht,
Carpenter & Builder.
r pwit UieGeneaa Uromrr, Btaxeor
Notion Stock this week at Half
19 Main St.
LARIMER &. STINSON.
QOODS DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTXCB.
W I, HACKEE
U C. JACMO. J
HACKER & JACKSON,
VTJtalroalo o1 Otall IaJr In
Atvi all titutm or
Siczc Lise. CraKt, aii Er.
Ft- Bcott FUsCffisr,
Ormy Bin StoM. S
"-"" .-"-, wi
fML mtmSm SL tr!Lm V . rki S -
i o m 4,r Iyn.
They are ot old
SIXTY DAYS CLEARANCE SALE
BOOTS JL2ST1D SHOES !
RED I FRONT I
At that time we will oier you aaytuhifr Iu the Boot aad Shots line at or
nearly cost. Our stock is large ami from the beat manufacturer nf the
East, and thi sale will be an extra chanco to get Boots aael 8hoen cheaper
thnn you ever got them before, a they must sell to make room for a Large
Four Doors South of iho PostotRce.
W. J. BLOOMER & BRO.,
Opposite the Wholesale GroceryJ
Will plaae remembar
DUCK HUNTING COATS'
Oar Stock of Trunks is vary xUnsive and oonriiats of all grades.
VALI8M IN ALL 8TYL1B
LADIES' SACHKLB AND
THE NEW STYLES.
SHAWL. AND SHOULDER
Give us a call, and we'll try to do you good.'
on-nia ciothhu, aiTna i mtmrn.
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aadakoy - wora Dry Good, but are
BOOTS & SHOES !
SHOE I STORE!
that we hmv full Una of
to the Best!
OENTS.' CLUB BAOS IN ALL
- STRAPS, ETC.. ETC.
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