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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1884.
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M M MURDOCK BROTHER. Proprieto-i
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS
KAIE WKEK! KA1K WEEK!
Commencing Monday, September Srth
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JJBBASSJBANlf AJJI) OKCHESTItA!
Kobert A. Neff, Manager.
Monday Krenlng, September 29tb,
EJ- Retened aeat now on ale wittiont extra
charge at the Postoffice Bookstore.
rpUItXEUS' OrF.KA HOUSE.
- KOl'U NIGHTS. -4
Commencing Wednesday, October 1st,
J3- WAITE'8 -S
U NION I OQUA11E I VyOMKIY I JO.
MUJTAUV HAND AM) OKCIItbTUA,
. SnpjKirUng the two local faioritcs.
MISb COKA NEII.SOX:
:MR. JAY W. CARXEK.:
E3- Wednesday, Oct. 1...
Ef Thursday, " 2, .
EJ- Friday. " 3,
Damon and Pythias.'
EJ- Saturday, " 4,
Grand band street parade each day and ojwn
Reserved seats en sale Monda) at Post-
That girl of jlroun's is a tiinnir.
TIip opera house was crowded last nilit.
Tlie Union Square Company draw like a
ryclono even tiling to the center of attrac
tion. "Damon nd 13 thias will bo gHciintllie
opera liou.-e to-nifjlit, for tlio benefit of tlio
Knights of Labor.
The llev. 15. C. Meeker will preach at the
l'rciln terinn thurch net Sunday, both
morning and cening.
K cry one of tlio-e who secured first prem
ium at the fair are prohibitionists, at least
thev wear the blue ribbon.
S. II. N'eabett is tip from Anthony taking
in the fair. Hesnthe corn at their fair
was as like the exhibit here a two peac.
The macliinerj luu all been jilaccd in the
new cracker factory and was je-tirday baing
tested prior to getting down to bthinens.
AVaite'K Company bavo tbo talent and the
pieces; these are what the public demands
and appreciate and patronizes when it has
"That girlof UrownV'at the matinee to
day at - o'clock. AdmiMion only 15 and -
e-nitK. Ya cr body should go and enjoy thi?
Kev. II. K Hey is stirring up matters pol
itically and morally at "Winfield we should
judge from the frequent mention of his name
and Mjing-. in the Tdegrum.the Democratic
That girl of HrownV annoiuices that blip
would like to meet all the ladies and child
ren and joung men (sho is blushing now)
nt the matinee this afternoon at the o(cra
The case that occupied the attention of
Judge Hubbk estcrday afternoon wastiiat
of D. M. Persinger,- vs. X. 1L Kidd, being a
claim for wasres and n counters laim for
The "Wichita lnud and Ijonn compaiij re
port a greater demand for house's to rent
during the last month than for any prcuous
four weeks of the year, and that thero is a
good demand for speculath o city, the city
property being pn ferred to the farm lands at
prcsent.though the latter are in good demand.
Hon. T. 11. "Wall, of Wichita, will address
the lllainc and Iogan club at the rink next
Tuesday evening, rut us on record with
the declaration that he will make a line
Fpeecli. New ton lJcpublican.
There is no doubt of th.it. Mr. "Wall is a
natural orator, at the same time pleasing and
graceful, and our neighbors will bo treated
to more than an ordinary campaign speech
of dry statistics and worn out platitudes.
The man who gac hi name as John Kay,
and who along with others, made an attack
upon John Prunty on last Wednesday night
with the intention of robbery, was esterday
arraigned in Judge Hobb's court for attemp
ted highway robber, and in default of $f00
bail, nns remanded to jail to be tried at the
district court which comenes in this city on
"Damon anil Pythias" is a beautiful
drama in which the ueotion of P) thins to
his friend is true and noble, tender and
tone bing and nt the same time royal and
brae. It touches and awakens all the
nobler sentiments of the heart and sends
you away fi-eling that jou will loc the
whole world more and will emulate the do
otion that is sung in ciery land' of Pythias
One who knows s:is he saw the men last
vioning upon our streets, three of whom arc
notorious robbers and pickpockets, well
known to the Pinkerton agency as among
thuiery slickest men that traiel and ply
their nefarious trade. The other two arc
equally as bad but not so noted. He gave
us their thief names. This same informant
sajsthe people of this city do not know all
that is going on here, and we belieie him.
Moffett & Hartrxll, proprietors of the
Kansas Furniture House, are making ar
rangements to occupy the entire upper floor
of Kecs block. This will giic them one
first floor 2oxll0 feet, and a second floor
00x110, and a warehouse in tho rear 50x100
which will enable thorn to earn- a stock
of from $50,000 to S7f,000, which will be as
large a stock as any furniture house in Kan
sas City carries. (Jood for Wichita.
Six banks jn. Wichita! That's what we
said. One of the'in, on Thursday, tho Wich
ita National thinsactid business, that is its
clearings amounted to two hundred aud ten
thousand and odd dollars. Husincss done in
Wichita! Well we should reckon. It's all
business and nothing but husiuc. The
town comes nearer leing "old business him
self" than any weluie let read of. One
bank, in one day, two hundred and ten
thousand dollars and a daili nine column
morning, full-fledged paper filled with ad
vertisements of Wichita's business houses.
"Old business" did von sai !
LAST NIGHT'S PLAY.
The seating capacity of the opera house
was again taxed to its utmost last night at
the production of "The Widow Bedott" by
the celebrated Waite Union Square Comedy
Company. The audience was kept in n
tinual roars of laughter from the raise of tho
curtain to the close of the entertaini'icuL.
T. W. Canier as the poor lonesome "widow,"
was irresistibly funny. J. K. Waite was
particularly clever in his impersonation of the
"Deacon." The mirthful laughter and ap
plause of the audience wa unbounded. The
courtship sceno between the "Widow" and
"Deacon" brought the house down in a
storm of applause. Seldom has an audience
quitted our opera house in a happier mood
than arose last evening upn the fall of the
curtain upon the wedding dance. The
company appear this afternoon in a matinee
producing the comedy "That Jirl of
Brown'!,,, and close their engagement this
evening in "Damon and Pythias."
THE CLOSING HOURS.
Yesterday evening witnessed the closing
exercises of the greatest' county exposition
and agricultural lair ever held In the State
of Kansas. We say this for all it means and
without any fear of contradiction from any
quarter. A large number present on both
of the last two days, who had lisitexl the
state fairs at Topela aai Bismark on sc cral
occasions, declared that they never saw such
crow ds of people at cither place. The great
majority of people were citizens of Sedgwick
county, which made it peculiarly our own
show and the success therefore is our own.
Sumner, Hutlcr, Kingman and Harper coun
ties were all represented by quite a number
of people, but there were not one hundred
people present from beyond the confines of
the state. The weather was lery propitious
and liio stock of no description suffered.
Considering the great number of people, tins
three days witnessing the presence of twenty-
flietotwenti-scvcn thousand, the accidents
and casualties were indeed very few and
slight. The officers and directors aro
to lie conirratulatcd upon the
success of nearly ci cry feature of the enter
prise whilo the average citizen naturally
stood up taller and swelled out bigger in
glancing about over the unusual throng of
contented and happy people. The jiagle
has tried to givo a fair and honest report of
the more salient features of tho exposition
and whatever it lacked of detail was attri
butable to our want of room and not to in
disposition to to tell it all. It was impossi
ble to tell it all, in fact, cicn to sec it all.
The attractions being so numerous and con
stant. We heard no complaint or growling
that might be termed sueh, Tho cattle, hogs,
horses and sheep displays wcro not only
en-ditable but suth as to be proud of. Tho
fruit display excelled nnj thing of the kind
probably cier shown in the west, while the
corn, wheat and legetable were such as only
grow in tho great i alley. Let it be set down
in memory, in books and in flies of the Ea
gle that the Sedgwick county fair for 1884
was a great and unprecedented success of
which fanners, stock growers and business
men of Wichita were alike proud.
AN EXCHANGE OF COMPLIMENTS.
On Thursday night a shooting aft'ray took
place at ono of the noted bagnios in this
city which came lory near closing the
drama of life for a man who gave his name
as John Hart. This person had mado a call
at tho place referred to which resulted in
developing a misunderstanding between
himself and one of the soiled doves who was
an inmate of tho domicile. A war of
words ensued when the proprietress of the
den ordered tho man out of j tho house and
said, as the best information obtainable
shows, tint if he did not at once obey the
command sbo would shoot him. He
replied that he could shoot us well
M she but rather than haie
any further trouble he would go, and pro
ceeded to leaie; but just as he was about to
pass through the door this woman fired uj
on him, the bullet from her roiolvcr passing
through his hat aud cutting a small furrow
along his scalp. He was surprised, as he
did not expect her to fire and he had his
back toward her, but ho seems to haie
thought that it was now his turn, a? hedrew
liisreiolicr and fired upon the woman,
though his shot was harmless. Tho man at
this juncture left the house aud tiie
woman swore out a warrant for. him
both in the police court and the
justieo court. He was arrested
and apjieared before each, and
as he knew the ciidcnce would
all be against him and coming from
uch a source that he would stand no show
as to truthful eiidence and believing it the
cheapest way out of the difficulty", plead
guilty to the charge and wits fined $5.00 and
costs in each court, which was certainly a
cheap settlement of a difficult!- that came
lery near costing him his life.
This is but another argument against the
toleration of such places and an additionul
admonition to givo them a wido berth.
E. II. Jones is in from Clearwater.
(Ji-orgc E. Killey is in from Kingman.
Hon. John Kelly was in tho city lester
day. O. 1). Ketehen is in the city from Dalluo
W. 11. Thatcher arriied jestcrday from
C. K. Todd raiiio up lesterday from
E. J Tillinghast came in i esterday from
II. P. Hall enme in l.istciening from
Kingman was well represented at the
J. M. Zion is among us, all the way
from the Golden City.
E. C. Furguson, of Wellington, was up
on our streets yesterday.
Miss Nina Caldwell, of Emporia, is in
the city l isiting friends.
S. S. Thompson scooted in from ITdal
to take in the horse race
Mrs. llrashear, of Emporia, is i isiting
her sister, 9Irs. M. II. Baker.
Doc Minturn has now bought a steam
engine for his farm. What next!
W. C Burgess came up from Welling
ton to sou the great fair of the year.
Mrs. C. E. Burrows, of Cheney, is at
tending tho fair and i isiting her sister, Mrs.
John II. Whitson, editor of the Sej mour
(Ind. Daily Business, is in the city and made
us a call last night.
E. C. Bobinsen and W. P. McAboy
stopped oi er last night on their w ay home
to Bloomington, 111.
Dr. David Miller, tho large farmer and
stock-man of the "Cowskin" was in tho city
lesterday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Prior and Mrs. Heath,
from Ohio, arriied yesterday in the city hav
ing come to our county to locate.
Mrs.McEla and daughter Gertie, left
lesterday morning for Eureka Springs,
where they will remain during the coming
Sumner's popular ltegistcr of Deeds, Fer
guson, came up last night. Wellington,
which in many respects is like Wichita as
two peas, is full of business.
Hon. G. D La Matyr, the famous
Greenback orator, who addressed the meet
ing last cveninc. camo herefrom Denier
and stopped at the Occidental.
Charley Campbell, our well known
farmer, came in i asterday to meet liis moth
er, and sister Mrs. Francis Billingcr, who
haie have conic from Nebraska to make a
Mr. Johnson, w ho is of the good old stock
of Quakers, of the buckei c state, has recent
ly conio to the city with the intention of
making Kansas his homo and will likely lo
cate in Wichita.
Mr. Ilichard Bird, of Cincinnati, accom
panied by his family, arrived in our city
with tho expectation of making Wichita his
future home. Mr. Bird comes to us highlr
recommended as a substantial man.
W. E. Jett, w ho in company with Goo. F.
Berry formerly run the Valley Grocery, is
now located at Kingman and with his for
mer partner is handling a general stock of
merchandise. He report business good and
the town growing finely.
George W. Adams, Esq., an attorney
from Farmington, Iowa, is here and will
probably locate in this city for the practice
of his profession. Ue is an experienced
and will be a valuable acquisition to j
of Sedgwick county.
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THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR.
The Chicago Comedy Company, it is an
nounced, will give a benefit to-night in the
rink for the Wichita assembly of Knights of
Fiie offences on the great fair day is not
bad, one drunk and disorderly, one carrying
concealed weapons and three saloon fines,
making up the list. Judge Glenn collected
$170 in fines on yesterday.
A CARD OF THANKS.
To the Editor of the Dal It Eagle.
In behalf of tho teachers and pupils of the
Wichita public schools, I desire to return
thanks to the officials of the Ft. Scott &
Wichita railroad company for free transpor
tation to and from the fair grounds yester
day, and for their kind and courteous treat
ment Also, our acknowledgments to the
directors and officers of the Fair Associa
tion for free admission, and for tho interest
they evinced in making the day a pleasant
and profitable one for us all.
G. E. Cami-beix,
SupL City Schools.
A beautiful trio.
Mr. J. W. Bear, as he came from the fair
last evening, was tottering under a load
which he carried in a basket and some assis
tance was offered him, but sitting down to
rest he uncovered the contents and lo, they
were pears; three pears which he had had
on exhibition at the fair and which were
marked by the committee, "best but not
full number" the full number for a com
plete display entitling to premium was made
to bo six, and but for the tact that the little
dwarf-tree about C feet high and 1 inches in
diameter had exhausted itself in bringing to
maturity these three monsters, Mr. Bear
would surely have captured the prize on
this kind of fruit, for of all tho immense
specimens of fruit that has made our "mouth
water" this l car in this great fruit country,
these three representatiies of tho Duchess de
Angoulcme were the most monstrous.
A BIG THING.
Cash M. Tailor, the editor of the Sedg
wick Pantagraph, writes the following letter
to Cash Henderson, which explains itself:
Skdgivick, Kan., Oct. 3, 1884.
Friemd Cahh: My mother brought home
an old, dirty, torn copy of
tho New York
storo Dailv. rs ow then, since vounreruy
namesake, 1 will take tlie liberty or as
l ou to please send me a copy of each day s
daily. I wish to take 'cm to Illinois, and
show up to some of the merchants there the
w ay the Kansas merchant adi ertises. I be
licic that it is the burirest thine that vou
ever done in our life in the way of adier-
lising. it is bound to attract the intention
of the Kansas nress. Allow me to conirratu-
latc lou upon jour grand scheme. TheXcw
iiirs oioru uuuy is a uuisy. Jtuuiuuiy
speaks volumes lor the enterprising proprie
tors, but the publishers the Eagle as
well. Willjou please send me a copy of
each elay s issue by return mail: Tnanking
you in advance for the same, and giiing
three big cheers for the enterprising Xew
York Store, I am,
Cash M. Tailor,
rortv head of 2 and 3-i ear-old heifers, 30
head of jearlings and calve. 'All higl
grade and in fine condition. Enquire of
IJced fc Mcl'herson, Wichita, Kansas, or
Walter k Cheney, Schmidt, Kansa.
FIVE FIRST PREMIUMS.
aken b I
nt at the
Tho. Slnw J: Co., of the City music
store, cam off eight Hirst premiums: Kini'
ball upright piano, 1st; Kimball church or
gan 1st; Kimball parlor organ 1st; 5 first
premiums on the different kinds of work
done on the Doiiie"stte ewing machine.
Don't bin an instrument or machine until
lou examine these goods. dllP-2t
Through Sleepers to St. Louis. ',
I haie a few berths left on the elegant
Pullman sh-cper Chippewa. Tlie train will
lea e at 0.30 a. m., Sunday, Oct. 5. Don't
delay, but ec me nt once.
(lUSI-lt A. XJovks, AgenL
LIFE ON THE THE OLD PLANTATION.
What They Were, and What They Are.
The Allro-Aineriean mission will gic an
entertainment at the rink Friday and Satur
day nights, Oet. 10th and 11th.
Part 1st will consist of jubilee 'songs and
acts, showing tho various superstitions, etc.,
indulged in by tho slaics of former j cars.
The ojicning scene, a grand tableau, repre
senting the lundinir of tho twentv slave at
Jamestown. This, of itself, will be worth
tho price of admission.
Part 2nd opens with a tableau called
"The lear of jubilee." Tho Goddess of
Liberty will be represented, also larious
other characters, conducted by Mrs. X. An
derson. Admission 35 cents; reserved seats
50 cents. For sale at the P. O. Book store.
125 head of feeding steers, 3 and 4 years old.
Apply to S. T. Major, at Wichita Grocery.
If lou want the wonderful Wilcox &
White organ, you can havo it on long time
and no interest with six years' warrant.
G. W. Arbucklk,
1119-2t Main Street.
The Estey Organ
Will be sold al about cost to meet
the flood of cheap organs. Conio and sec
me. G. W. Arruckle, Main street.
d!19-2U Agent of Estey Organ Co.
$13 65 to the St. Louis Fair.
Commencing Oct, 4th, I will sell round
trip tickets to St. Louis, good until Oct. 13,
returning, at $13.05 each, for the round trip,
either via the Santa Fc or the Frisco lines.
It is not necessary to go on somo ono par
ticular day in order to get the benefit of a
6leeeriia these lines, as they run elegant
Chair Cars and Palace Pullman Sleepers
daily, for the benefit of their patrons.
Securo'iour tickets and berths early, eith
er at Union depot or City office, as it suits
your com enience. II. Ik Keller,
Mrs. Dr. Marble will open a kindergarten
Monday, October C, 18S4, in Ask's hall.
Terms, &0 cents per week in advance.
Cranberries 15 cents per quart at R. B.
Kerr's, Hess' old stand.
For bargains in Tea go to R. B. Kerr's,
Hiss's old stand, corner of Douglas ai euue
GoodYcung Hi son, 30c per pound.
" Green Japan,. .45c "
" Uncoloreu Japan,- 75c "
Fine lot bet G. P. Oolong Imperial, Ac
TO SMPPERS OF PERISHABLE FREIGHT
The Atchion Topeka & Santa Fe rail
road Co. is now running a refrigerator car
between Caldwell and Kansas City, passing
ing Wichita every Thursday (north bound)
al 12J20 p. m, arriving at Kansas City the
the next day at 9.30 a. m. for the accommo
dation of the patrons who desire to ship but
ter eggs, &c in largo quamtis at low rates.
For further inrormation please apply to the
undersigned. H. B. Kekxkr,
Bring your babies, your children and all
the big folks to Baldwin A OsUrgrea'f.aad
be photographed with lightning tpeed. SJ-tf
Fmru Far 8ali.
Six well improved farms, situated In
Milton and Murdock townships, Butler
county, Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, Sedgwick countv, Kansas.
Bargains in Salt at Ik Ik Kerr's, comer of
Douglas and Market, $2.10 per barrel
Professor Svmuels tho optician has rooms
at the Occidental.
School children will call at the Postoffice
Book Store for Raub's grammar, and if they
havo any of Clark's old grammars, bring
them with you for exchange. This is the
only place where the old grammars are on
If you don't know what your eyes need
go and consult Profcsjor Samuels, he will
tell you. Consultation free.
THE WONDER OP WICHITA.
Call at "The Fair" Tuesday morning and
see the many new bargains new and novel.
SUII SreaUr RMmcUm in Cl.
The Kogers Coal Co. have reduced the
prices of their celebrated Pittsburg coal
fifty cents more per ton, making prices from
this date as follows: Pittsburg lump, $5.00
delivered; Pittsburg nut, $4.50 delivered.
They are also now prepared to fill orders for
the best Pennsylvania anthracite coal at
$12.00 deliiercd. Charcoal at 20 cents per
bushel delivered. They positively guar
antee their weight in every case. Give them
a calk d98-tf
Backer & Jackson will sell Pennsylvania
and Colorado anthracite coal as cheap as
any other company in tho city dare sell it.
For fruit of all kinds, fresh and good, go
to Jno. Schott dlOO-tf
jCall and see that their stock is new, com
plete and full in all lines, and at prices tliat
will defy competition.
Thoso elegant studies received at "Tlie
Fair" lesterday far surpass anything ever
shown in this city. Call and see whether
you wish to buy or noL You'll find the
Profs. "Willis '& Combs" ready at all times
to show you through their immense store
Glasses warranted to fit your eyes no mat
ter what the trouble furnished, by Professor
Samuels,rooms at Occidental.
Everyone visiting our city this next week
should examine the photograph; at the fair
ground displayed by Rogers, our photogra
Baldwin & Ostergren are now ready to
photograph all who call at their newly fur
nished rooms, No. 98 Douglas ave. 32-tf
TWENTY DAYS !
For the next 20 dajs we will oiler for sale
the Fanners and Merchants mills on Doug
lass avenue. It has the best grist and ex
change business of any mill in Southwestern
Kansas, First-class machincri, and every
thing in good shape. Good reason gi en
for selling. Or will sell the lots 50x140 feet,
and move the buildings off. Easy terms.
dll5-Gt Xhwcoitii& Dougherty.
T Those Goirtgtt Eaaiu City tad Bijon
Please bear in mind that the Atchison,
Topeka .t Santa Ke railroad runs an ele
gant chair car from Wichita to Kana 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 checked to desti
nation In eonnection therewith.
II. B. Kkklek,
lastly Agent, Union Depot.
No. 88 Douglas aienue is where you
can rest comfortably while waiting for
your pictures. 32-tf
Kogers, tho leading photographer, takes
one-third of all tho space in the art hall at
the fair ground, dll5-5t
Once more wo institute a"genuine Bargain
Week, and oiler most extraordinary prices
in the different departments for the purpose
of adiertising our business to tho people at
home and i isitors from abroad. This sale
begins Monday, Sept. 29th, and continues
during tho week. Munson's. dll4-tf.
Picture frames to order at ltogers'.
The furniture and business of the Arling
ton hotel, Wellington, for sale at a bargain
in consequence of sibkness in the proprie
tor s lamily. Address,
II. W. XOBTRRUP.
d9C-lm Wellington, Kan.
Harkcr & Jackson will sell Pennsylvania
and Colorado anthracite coal as cheap as
any other company in tho city dare sell it.
lust receiiod the finest and largest line
of Artist Material eier brought to tho city.
d-113-tf "The Fair."
Go to the first stairs east
of the New
York store for photographs.
A book on all chronic anil local diseases of
males and females free, bwentzell A Donjrlass,
Wichita, KanOas. HJ.tf
You would be surprised to see the large
and elegant line of frames and moldings
now carried by "The Fair," consisting of
gold leafs, bronzes, quilts, plushes, etc., at
prices that would astound 1 011. They guar
antee tho largest aud best laricty of the
latest patcnis and lowest priei"s west of Kan
sas City. Call and see that they mean bus
iness. Wholesale and retail.
Telephone our orders to
Freeman for back or liiery.
Go and sec Professor Samuels if 1 our eics
Our Fall Stock of Hoots and Shoes was
never so large and prices never so low as at
tho Bed Front Shoe Store. d!03-tf.
John Schott has just recciied a choice lot
Wo can saie money to any ono in need of
Boots and Shoes by calling at the Red Front
Shoe Store and laying in your fall stock.
Xear sighted, for sighted, weak, no differ
ence what, Profrssor Samuels can remedy
the evil. dllO-tf
Three hundred cheaper by one-half than
any other lots in Wichita. We haie land
to sell in from one to 40 acre lots of the best
land for gardening or residence property,
and some bargains in cheap land. Call and
see us, first door north of county building.
dl!2 Bartholomew & McClexattiav.
Consultation Free at Frofessor SaraucU'
room at the Occidental.
Blood will tell so will low prices on good
goods which L the catue of our busy and in.
creating trade in Boots and Shoes at the
Red Front Shoe Store. A. At try. dlOMf
To those going to St. Loui fair and ex
position, or to LouiJTille, ticket! will be
old either via the Santa Fe or 'Fritco line
at lowest rate. Shortest time,elegant chair
cars and Pullman sleepers.
II. B. Kiiub,
Read the testimonial from a number of
our leading physiciaas touching Professor
Our stock of Kip Teal calf and Calf Boots
is extra large and price lower than ever. Bed
Front She Store. 108-tf
Sight renewed. Satisfaction
bv Professor Samuels.
Price our Boots and Shew, and be con
vinced that e take the cake in selling them
cheaper than any ewe. A. Allex. dl03-tf
If rev wast to bay cheap lots la Zimmer
It's addition, call on Fred Scbatber, at city
clerk' efle- dKtf
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"THE BIG SALE!
That there has been so much talk about.
And will they do what they say they are
going to do ?
Sell Blankets o One-Half Value!
Yes, Yes,, and More TooP
You will be more than pleased with the bargaiua you will re
ceive at this salo.
- - SALE COMMENCES
Saturday, October 4th,
To last until Saturday, October 1 1th. We are going to give every
farmer in Sedgwick county, and every person in adjoining
oounties a chance to attend this sale
New York Store
M. KOHN & CO.
THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION AND FAIR.
Via tht Popular St. Levi. Fl.
I w ill ha eon sale tickets for tho exposi
tion and fair at tlie following rates:
From September 2d to 8th, at $1C65 for
the round trip, limited to five ilnys to re
turn. On September lltli, 15th, 18th, 22d, 25th,
29th and October 2nd, at $18.20 limited to
five dajs to return.
From October 4th to 11th, inclume, at
$13X5 for round trip, limited to October
From October 13th to lGth, inclu.-ic, at
$18.20 for the round trip, good to return
five days after date of sale.
Now is the best chance ever offered to 50
to tho great St. Louis cipo-ition and fair-
Come one and all and avail yourteles of
opportunity. A. Jf.JoxKS, Agent.
No. 4 UPRIGKET
Tbecnt below U a correct picture of the Con
over Patent Upright Piano. Call at Stelnway
Hall and examine It.
SOT.K AGKVTS FOR
Steinway & Sons,
& Fischer, Pianos.
OLK AGENTS FOR
Mason k Hamlin,
& Chase Organs.
Shttl Ink, faic Books k lusical Itrciundist
Xf Prompt attention paid to orders left for
repairing, moving and pollthlng
ION AKXOLB CO.,
83 Xaia Street. WlchlU. Kasau
Pioneer Lumber Man
Or 8bbwicx Cocjrrr.
ESTABLISHED IN 1870.
Coampitta Stock of Pino Lshmt.
at way ea laal
rf Q0Ur ad Tmt Karat armf . Mms
- . &
Sg s. A
son's Dry Goods House. Cut
prices that will interest prudent
buyers at home and from abroad.
Opposite Postoffice, 19 Main St.
At Reasonable Prices, Call at
Our Dry Goods Headquarters,
Larimer t Stinson, - 28 Main Street.
The Largest and
FINE FURNISHING GOODS
And NOTIONS At
Kock Bottom. Prices!
Killeen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam & Gas
Cu Taixtu Situ Beiiar i Vf siiifss :
Sptmhj. Eitkelei Fara&W.
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST BLOCK WIST OF TKEJJONT HOUSE,
32 DougUa Ave., WichiUKa
nortfe & ross.
UNION MEAT MARKET'
Fre.h Use flib cwnntiiatlj-on lianil.
ortlera a apeclally.
SEAU IRON' UKIDGE.
R. 'McFARLAND, Propr.
Contractor and Builder
S3" Shop and resldcuco ccou I Uonao eatt of
Globe Iron Work, Duttgla axenite. 10l-lm
Grren now runs nUatly tng from Klnpuau
to Saratoga, I'ralt Lrnlrr, and
Cold Water, Cemancbe Connty !
Tills la In fact the only direct route to
Cold Water. A blfftiooin tlicre, wlih plenty of
vacant land, tb bett on earth. The l.annon
ball sets you there, three day mucker than any
otner way. The Cannonhall leave kingman
after breakfaat and land you 111 mile west In
one day, andchhnpej horse etery eight mtlei.
Leaves Kingman at 0 Jill a in , arrives at Sara
toga at 12 m .at I'ratt Center at 12 SU . in. and
at Cold Water at II in., and doe. till, every
day. K3" Offlre in Kingman at
.JKJ-ll GREENS LIVERY STABLE.
Week" at Mun
Finest Stock of
IB. ST. BBOW1T-.
liouglia Arrnue, - WkJiiU, Kaa
August D. Relit,
Carpenter & Builder.
rt OcmlU U. bnui (in tij, ar nt
irct )rkt ttnr.
GRAM) FALL OPENING
Cloaks, Wraps & Shawls !
DOLMANS, plain and braided, in silk and brocade.
RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, in plain and braided.
SICILUAN, OTTOMAN & BROCADED SILKS L SATINS.
NEWMARKETS, in all the latest styles.
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS & ULSTERETTES.
BEAUTIFUL SEAL PLUSH CLOAKS.
SHAWLS, SHAWLS, SHAWLS ! Brocade, Persian and
WOOL SHAWLS, plain, plaid, double and single.
Finest and Cheapest Line in the State.
Every Day. Bargains in All Lines.
Stocks in Every Department.
Special Sale !
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