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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30. 1884.
M M MURDOCK ti BROTHER. Propntcfi
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS
CapL David L. Tayne will be buried at
Wellington at 2 p. m. to-day.
Potatoes and apples by the wagon load
crcyc'terday seen upon the avenue,
Intemnl improvement are being made at
the residence of Mr.Ja. Dagner, on the
corner of First and TopcUi.
Mrs. R. iTValWcrTetunicd home Friday
night from TopeU ere shc had bccn is"
iting with her parents for several aays.
An illuminated sign at the stairway of the
"Woodman banV block proclaims to the pub
lic that a night school is there to be found.
A new real estate office was yesterday
opened by Taylor, Bod & Co., at 111 Main
street, up stair, over Allen's boot and shoe
Several new buildings aro being erected
on Ent Central avenue, North TopeU
avenue, and in the '.icinity of tlie Union
There will be a musical treat in connection
with the Sabbath school at the Baptist
church to-day. The exercises will bo unu
The lone fisherman was jcterday supply
ing our brainy pcoplo with some large and
beautiful specimen? of white perch and
buffalo from the "Walnut river.
Two noble rrtiUns. of the Omaha per
suasion, went down to tho Territory on the
Santa Fn train josterday morning. They
said they were from Nebraska end w-ro
going to visit friends in the Nation.
All the coal vards had lot of coal jetcr
daj, and did a rushing bullies':. Several
adopted tho suggestion to lay in a stock so
at not to be caught in a snap again. Kvcry
yard in tho city did a rushing business,
"W. E. Miller was in from AVaco jesterday
clo'ing the purchase of a quarter of land,
situated near the Cow skin creek. Land in
that neck of wood is looked upon as being
rich and valu-ihle, and this raw quarter cost
Otto Wei's, who is an old resident of this
city, and w ho is well and favorably known
in ' connection with tho hardware business
here, has opened what ho calls the "Occiden
tal grocery," a few door north of tho hotel
ot the Hbovcnatnc.
Mrs. It T. Murdock, who has been visiting
hf-r parents at Emporia for two woes, re
turned home niRht beforo lat. witti her Daoy
linr. hnv iurr had a dclichtful time. Mother
and child were accompanied homo by Miss
Caldwell, MrfcM's sister.
All members of the old settlers association
are rcnutstcd to mett at tho court room at
7 o'clock a. m . Monday, for the purpose of
making arrangements to attend the funeral
ofthelato . A. Keese, which takes place
at 10 o'clock, a. m. E. B. Jew ett,
Auction was vestcrday afternoon held at
the "Wichita lior-c and mule market. Two
or three splendid double team, resisting of
horses, buggy and harnios, wc.ro knocked
down to the highest bidder, and the pur
chasers in each im-tance acquired good prop
erties, and got them cheap.
The conMnpt of court cae standing
acainst W. W. Di'l, which wns carric d up to
the supremo court last spring, was decided
in his favor at Topika day before jesterday,
Judgo llurd delivering tho opinion. Dill
sajshcisnow out of jail. Of coure cverv
one knows Dill has not bocn in jail all this
time, but he hu len under bonds pending
tho decision of tho supreme court. Dill is
The horribly filthy gutters on the north
side of AWt Douglas avenno w ere v estcrday
being dragged and cleaned. This cleansing
of lhce scavengers was much needed, and
is a great improvement, though the drainage
is there so imperfect that it i. an impossibil
ity to mako and keep them realy clean and
pure. Cannot something bo done in the
near future for tho systematic, perfect and
permanent drainage of our cilv?
List evening, near tho junction of Doug
las and Topika avcnuis' as a wagon and a
buggy were about to piss and were being
turned to tho proper course to admit of this,
the heavy wagon slipped upon the streetcar
track and struck the lighter (hicl withuch
force as to upct it. There was a woman
and a baby in the buggy, and though they
were badly frightened, the remarkable and
agreeable discovery was made, when they
had been assisted to their places in the
buggy, that neither one of them was at all
Mort McKim returned last evening from a
three weeks trip to his claim in Finney
countv. "When he arrived there on tho out
ward passage, he found that he had been el
ected by his neighbors to be magistrate.
Thus it is w hen a j oung man goes to the
far west to grow up with the country and has
somo intelligence and ability, he strikes a
field where the contestants aro not so num
erous and tho race less hot than in older and
more thickly settled country and it is often
demonstrated that the advice of tho lamented
Grcely was bound and good and a matter of
wisdom and fact, instead of what it is fre
quently made, a quotation of burlesque and
Tho Times nppcars in quarto form, as neat
as a pin, and quite attractive. But its editor
is "awfully off" about the feelings of the
postmaster ot this city. By simply sitting
down and writing to "Washington he can
learn for his own satisfaction that the 1. M.
of this city has tendered his resignation
more than once, the last time being a year
ago only, and thon absolutely. If the editor
of the Times imagine that the postmaster
don't dearly earn every cent he gets let him
secure tho place of the opposing factions as
a compromise min, and then como and talk
to us six months after he has fnrnished his
bonds and got his commission. The depart
ment dreads giving up an old I. M. and
breaking a new one n more than the average
P. M. dreads giving up his place.
Mr. D. S. Pence his been mnking many
Improvements in bis rooms over Woodman's
bank. His rooms are now fitted up in regu
lar commercial college stvle, arc well fur
nished and ne ltly carpeted. The place is as
comfortable as e private parlor. Tho classes
are steadily crowing. The book-keeping
class is taught on Saturdav s as well as at
night. Supt. Hammond is associated with
Mr. Pence in this school, and gives most of
his spare timo to tho book-keeping class.
The scholars arc miking far moro progress
than they could possibly make at one of the
largo business colleges in largo cities, be
cause here they receive more attention from
the teachers. Mr. North, the houso num
bering man, will open a night school for in
struction in general branches in the same
building Monday night.
ATTENTION COMRADES, GARFIELD POST
At the next regular meeting. Tuesday
evening, December 2nd, 18S4, the election of
officers for the ensuing year will take place,
and other matters of importance will come
before tho Tost. It is hoped and expected
that there will be a full attendance.
Last night while a number of the employ
ees of the Oecid(ntnl dining room were fool
ing with a pistol, it was accidently dis
charged and a bullet therefrom was lodged
in the thigh of Tom Duvoy. Dr. Vardcn
removed the leaden pill and Thomas is do
ing well, the wound though painful not be
F. J. Draper came
in from Eocherter
M- and J. A. Butts, were in from Der
J. E. Maltz. came to from Garden Plain
Alvin Mays, of Eureka, willspend Sun
day in town.
R. K. Bromaley, of Fredonia, was in the
Miss Sadie Nash, of Newton, is visiting
friends in town.
W. Quin Keel, of Jackson, Mich-, U
at the Occidental.
L. R. Churcw, of Ft. Scott passed yes
terday in the citj:
T. A. Burgess, of Emporia, spent yes
terday at tho hub.
"W. E. Hammon came in from Oakland
"W. K. McClelland arrived in town from
Samuel T. Esmay.came over from El
Dorado last evening.
Miss Mary Roinig, ofTuscarawas, Ohio,
is visiting in the city.
Win. Callin, of Oklahoma, is registered
at the Douglas Avenue.
Wm. A. Patrick, of Victor, Lu, U reg
istered at the Treraont.
J. R. Smith, a doctor, of Chisncy, Ind.,
is paying the city a visit.
IL A. Chevy, of Des Moines, la., is on
a business trip to this city.
B. E. Johnston, ofDemintr, N. M., is
stopping at the Tremont.
E. C. Trowbridge, of Keokuk, la , is in
tho citv on a business visit.
T. J. Leonard, of Oweasburg, Ind., is
prospecting in this county.
I. C. Schenck, of Burlington, la., is in
town on insurance businoss.
Chas. D. Ogtlve, of Denver, Colo., is
sojourning in tho Forest City.
IL D. Legate and wife, of Florence, are
on a isit to friends in tho city.
D. H. Athey and and wife, of Pittsfleld,
Ills, are stopping at the Valley.
M.F.Depew, of Danville, Ind., is pros
pecting in tho valley of the Nile.
II. E. Oldfather and James P. Mead, of
Kingman wcro in the city yesterday.
A son of J. W. Sternberg, the contract
or, arrived in the city on thanksgiving from
A. Henderson and T. Smith, of Upper
Sandusky, 0., aro isiting this city and are
at tho Occidental.
J. M. Vaughn, of Burton, Kas. is in
town with a view of locating in tho quocn
city of the valley.
J. W, Flood, of Goddard came to the
city on a business trip jesterday morning.
He reports business rather quiet in that
M. S. Beecher, who owns a large farm
near Sedgwick City and who is one of the
solid business men of Newton, was yesterday
in the city on business.
W. D. Lewis, the advanco agent for tho
Clifford Dramatic Company is in tho city
arranging for the appearance of the ahov e
organisation at tho opera house on the even
ings of December. 5lh and Cth
T. J. Stinson, advance representative of
tho "Maude Atkinson Combination," arriv
ed in the city jesterday and will perfect pre
liminaries for the appearance, on the 12th
and ISth of December, of his company at
tho opera hou9c.
Wichita, Kas., Nor. 29, '8t.
To Mi Kdltorof the KaRle:
Dlaji Sir: I wish to tell you how very
happy tho publication of my littlo stories
made me, and mj schoolmates, and how
good wo think you aro to take up so much
spaco in tho valuable columns of your good
paper for the benefit of tho Wichita school
children. I will close with manj thanks,
and hoping that others will make your
children as happv as you havo made me, 1
am, dear sir, jour littlo friend,
Reformed church. Services at Russell
hall, at 11 o'clock a. in. Immediately after
service it is expected to effect an organiza
tion. I. G. Brown, pastor.
Services at the Baptist church to-dav- at
11 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school at
2 30 p. m. The stoves for heating tho audi
ence room of tho church have arrived and
havo been put in place. Strangers in tho
city are cordially invited to attend the serv'
ices to-day. W. F. Harper, pastor.
There will be no services at the rink to-dav-
bj- the M. E. church, Dr. Phillips being
absent attending district conference at Wcl
Rev. W. W. Curtis will conduct tho serv
ices at tho Presbyterian church to-day.
The great railroad center of the southwest
and the coming city of the stato not only
continues to hold her own but scores anoth
er point in her onward march to pre-eminence.
Vice-President Burns, who has been
in New York for some time, transmitted by
express j-cstcrday to N. F. Neiderlandcr of
this city, the first mortgago bond on the
Denver, Memphis and Atlantic railway sys
tem with directions to have the instrument
immediately filed and recorded with the
register of deeds of Sedgwick county. The
instrument is a voluminous affair and is in
favor of a well known loan and trust mon
ey concern of New York city and is the evi
den ce of a genuine transaction.
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW.
The grain market during the week just
closed was tho dullest since harvest The
receipts of wheat did not average 1000 bush
els per day. Corn and oats were more plen
tiful, but the receipts of cither did not reach
10,000 bushels during the week.
There was no material change in prices,
the tendencj- however was not toward higher
The figures given in our market report in
dicate the closing figures of the week.
The hog trade has been fair, the receipts
being 319 head. The prices yesterday were
$3.50 to $3.65.
The supply of poultrv- and game has been
rather above the demand, and as a conse
quence prices arc low. Turkeys weighing
15 lbs. were sold for 75 cts.
The rattling of a tenor drum and the
booming of a bass ditto, was j estcrday the
signal for a general rush to tho street. The
picture there presented was a team of black
horses drawing a carriage in which was
seated three plug-hatted young men and two
untamed musicians, making wild and wierd
discord upon their instruments of torture.
The v chicle halted at the corner of Main and
and Douglas avenue, and while one of the
professor held the horses by the bits and
another passed out circulars pertaining to
the mission ot the trio in our city, the musi
cians took a rest andthe big gun of the outfit
poured out upon the shivering crowd a lec
ture on the teeth; their diseases; their care
and how they can be filled and pulled with
out pain. Seeral persons who were troubled
with useless, refractory, or what is worse,
filthy molars, cliroed upon the stool of re
pentance and bad tbcm scientifically, and as
they saj painlessly yanked out "Painless
extraction" of the teeth seems almost like an
impossibility without the subject being first
rendered unconscious, but these persons
bare been thare asd had ought to know,
though a man who can tell the truth wtt h
the toothache it a curiosity.
To in Editor of th Dally K&ou.
The third month of school closed yester
day. The attendance has been for the most
part very good and there is a marked im
provement fn all the departments.
One hundred and forty-nine new pupils
were admitted last month and the enroll
ment is now over seventeen hundred.
The board decided to grant only one day
as Thanksgiving vacation, so all the schools
were in session yesterday except the high
school, which was in session Thursday till
Several changes will be made the coming
month. Drawing will be introduced as a
recular drill. Special attention will be
given to written reviews and specimens of
class work will be collected from all tho
schools in the city. The new addition to
the Third ward building is finished and will
be occupied by Hiss. McNabb. Miss Mul
vcy's school will be transferred from the
basement of the Fourth ward building to
the room vacated by Miss McNabb and the
ungraded department presided over by Miss
Rosa Cox will be dispensed with, Miss Cox
will teach hereafter in the basement of the
Fourth ward building, and w ill have pupils
in tho third fourth and fifth grade in
Arrangements had been made to exhibit
work executed by the pupils in the primary
crades, at the Southwestern Teachers' atso-
cation which had been announced for Fri
day and Saturday of last week at Eldorado,
but owing to a misunderstanding on the
part of tho ofticers of the association, the
meeting w as postponed. Ho wover, the work
is all good enough to keep.
SupL Campbell had his office nicely car
peted on Saturdaj. His apartments now
present a neat and comfortable appearance.
Tho High school pupils will begin to ar
range and mount cabinet specimens saon.
High School, Nov. 29, 1881. .1. G. S.
NEW ORLEANS AND THE GREAT FAIR.
Not to bo outdone in any matter pertain
ing to business, the Santa Fe road is out with
"flyers" calling attention to the fqf t that it
is going to carry passengers to New Orleans
this inter at about one-half fair for the
round trip, by the way of Kansas City.Ktn
City and Memphis, or St. Louis. There has
never been a case beforo of offering half
rates to New Orleans in midwinter. The
exposition opens December 16th and contin
ues until May 31st, and will doubtless be the
most successful held since the centennial, as
it includes every department known either
to mechanical or agricultural displays. In
this case it is bnt an additional attraction,
the city of Now Orleans alone offering in
winter a delightful contract in climate, scen
ery, customs and vegetation, to anything we
The agent at every principle station on the
main lino and branches of the Santa Fe can
furnish tickets for this delightful trip, and
all who aro contemplating exchanging Janu
ary for Juno for a month or less, or who wish
to take advantage of cheap rates to SL Louis
or other points on the waj , can can make
inquiricss about them as to details. The
Santa Fe route announces its intention, now
or any time during the world's fair, of carry
ing pissengers as cheaply as any other route
Mrs. Frank S. Carlton left m our office
j eaterdiy evening a basket containing ten
varieties of apples grown on tho Excelsior
farm. Mrs. C. could not namo ono or two
varieties which were entirely naw to u, be
ing an odd color and --tr ing( lv- marked, but
a moro delightful b iskct of fruit seldom
n.irhi. tint snnctiini ol anv editor. Several
specimens of the bwarb attracted our atten
tion in particular, being largo and resem
bling a jellow quince. Mrs. C. sajs their
j oung apple orchard produced about one
thousand bushels of apples this season, and
tho perfection of tho fruit was remarkable.
Tho Excelior farm h is our het w ishes.
It may not bo generally known that a rag
ing, roaring cv clone passed through a portion
of this city night before last Tho cyclone
referred to is the notorious Alice ShocMcv,
better known as "Cyclone." She got on a
tare night before last and was collared in the
v icinity of tho Santa Fe depot It is said
she turned her bazoo on the police, and in
dulged in some professional lingo that caused
the sidewalk to quake and emit an odor sug
gestive of the infernal regions. Judge Glenn
made her whack up S8 and costs, $10 in all,
j estcrdaj-, and tho storm was turned loose.
FIRST WARD REPUBLICAN CLUB.
The next regular meeting of the First
Ward Republican club will be held in the
office of J. F. Shearman, over Woodman's
bank, on Wcdnesdaj- evening, December 3d.
1SSI. All members, and all who desiro .to
enroll themselves in the club, aro requested
to be prcicnL By order of
W. P. Steks, President
THE NAIAD QUEEN.:
A large and thoroughly delighted audience
attended the fourth production of the "Naiad
Queen" in our opera house last evening.
The young ladies and gentlemen who have
been taking part in this beautiful opera arc
deserving of unbounded credit for the excel
lent manner in which thev- have sustained
their respective parts, many of them having
developed decided talents for tho operatic
stage, and havo been accorded such recep
tions as bnt seldom are tendered to the trav
eling companies which visit our city. The
audience which greeted them last evening
was as full of enthusiasm as the ono which
greeted them upon their first appearance.
On account of tho unprccedentcdly
largo audiences which hav c attended these
entertainments' together w ith an earnest re
quest from a largo number of citizens for a
reproduction of this fairy opera, the man
agement have decided to again produce the
"Naiad Queen" Mondaj- evening next Pro
fessor Clark desires us to stato that his sup
ply of oxy-hjdrogen gas gave out at a late
hour, which he was unable to replace in sea
son and in consequence the calcitun lights
ware not in operation, but promises to have
them in operation for Monday evening's en
tertainment SPECIAL XOTICES.
There will bo a $50 meerschaum pife raf
fled off by W. Z. Hoffman, our popular
cigar dealer, on Saturdaj evening, Decem
ber 20. No dice will be shaken, but the
numbers will be put in a hat and a disinter
ested ptj will draw them bj- chance. The
last number drawn witl win the prize. One
hundred chances at 60 cents per chance.
List of numbers now rcadv at Hoffman's,
317 Douglasav cnuc. Wichita, Kas
bring jour battle, jour children and all
the b!sr folks to Baldwin A O-tercren's, and
be photographed it h liehUilne speed. 32. tf
Go to the first ttrs east or the New
York store for photographs. 33 tf
A hock on all chronic and lurat dlasini
mslfi and remain fr sttrrottrt! Ioasr1w,
Wichita. Kn. 1H-U
Our stock of Kip Veal calf and Calf Boots
is extra large and price lower than ever. Red
Front Shoo Store- 103-tf
Wo can sav e monev to anv one in need of
Boots and Shoes by calling at the Red Front
Shoe Store and laving in vour fall stock.
$50,000 to loan on mortgago for one and
two rears, by Kansas Loan & Investment
Co "Wichita Nation&l Bank building.
r&r-M far Salt.
Six well Improved farms, situated In
Milton and Murdock townships. Butler
county, Kaaoa. Addrua A. Harrison,
Clarion. Sedewick countv. Kansas.
For fruit of all
to Jno. Sch-fttt
kinds, ftrsh and cood.
Our Fall Stock of Boots and Show
never so Urge and prices nTr to low m at
K. flA TNrat Shi-w Stem dl0t-t
WICHITA SCHOOL NOTES.
IT you want a nice time be present at the 1
New Era ball on Thursday evening, Decem
ber 11, 1884, at the opera house. Everybody
invited. die.tt Tne uomxmuee.
Ladies are requested to call at the- Chica
go Bargain house (3d door. west of Iawreec
on Douglas avenue) and inspect th elecant
plush garments to be given away.' It is
the Newmarket style with roll back,trimnsed
entire length, wide cuffs and collar with gen
uine brown beaver, lined with best quilted
satin, ornament in back of seal skin. It is
certainly a beautiful wrap. Who will bo
the fortunate lady?
N. B. We are closing out our slock of
ladies' misses' and children's shoes.
TheEstey and Wilcox& White are known
to be the leading organs. No person, seeing
them; buys any other. Don't waste your
money on" a poor organ.
Ir. . ABBUCKLK.
237 Main street.
Agent for Estey and Wilcox & White
Prof. Arbuckle will give oneof his unique
entertainments at the W. C. T. U. reading
room, Mondav night, December 1st. Mrs.
Lease, also Miss Blanche Smith (late of
Bloomington, 111.,) have kindly consented to
assist, in the way of recitatfons and select
readings. Admission 10 cents. No refresh
ments. r dl67,lt
Sec thoso elegant lots in Gossard's addi
tion on North Lawrence avenuo before pur
chasing. For sale by
dl21-tf Calbwell & Stroso.
We havo for sale a large quantitj- of No.
2 Coke and in order to make more shed
room for our coal, we will sell Coke for the
next ten days at tho reduced price of 12 1-2
cents per bushel. A bushel of Coke will
produce- as much heat as a bushel of Coal
and can be used in hard coal burners tho
same as Antracito coal.
Wicrrm G.!) CosirANv,
dl66-tf M. G. Hill, SupL
A new employment agency and general
intelligence office has been opened at 412
Douglas avenue, over Israel Bro.'s drug
store, by Prof. G. W. Kirhj-. Such an in
stitution has been much needed here for
some timo past, and if judicially conducted,
must meet with success.
Enormous reduction in theprice ot custom
In order to reduce stock and make room
for other lines of goods I will make suits to
order at a reduction of twenty-five (2o) per
cent. 1 tie same spicnuiu nis anu uioruugim
first-class work as before guaranteed.
I mean business, nnd the goods will surely
bo sold at the abovo heavy (one-quarter) re
duction. Come early and take advantage of this
remarkable opportunity to gft an elegant
suit very cheap.
Thanking vou for pat favors, I am, most
respectfully," ' Louis Rankf,
dlCStf" 317 Douglas avenue 317
Masons and Plasterers take Notice Great Re
duction. The Rogers Coal company until further
nothice will sell :
Pierce Citv Lime at $1.05 per bbl
Michigan Plaster at 2.40 per bbl
Louisville Cement at 1.75 per bbl
Washed Hair at 2"cts per bushel.
Quality gu iranteed.
Giv c us a call.
618 Douglas avenue dl04-tf
The Chautaunui addition to the city of
Wichita, which lies north of Douglas avenue
and just west of College Hill hi been sur
vejedand platted and is now upon the
market for sale. The lots eomnri-c two and
a half acres of land etch, an J are located
upon a gentle and beautiful slope that must
recommend it to tliOM-vv ho wilt investigate
Reasonable prices and special terms nre
off'-red to purclnscrs.
The Wichita Land and I,oan company
havo the 'ale of this splendid and mo-t de
sirable piece of propertv-. Inquire at once
at their office. Free coin ev ance at all times
to those contemplating investment. dloStf
Pittsburg coal $5..r,0 per ton, for sale by
Rogers Coal Co.
Bur Pittsburg coil of tho Rogers Coal
Co. for S5.50 per ton d'.-livered.
The Rogers Coal Co. sell Pennsylvania
anthracite coal at 13X0 per ton. dl64-tf
For New Orleans and the sunnv south, via
St. Louis, Fort Scott A. Wichita railroad. I
now have tickets on salu fur the World's
Exposition, at New Orleans, at the low rate
ot S28.10 for the round trip. Tickets cood
for 45 dHVs from d ite of mle; or for S35.75,
good until .lime 1, 18S5. Now is jour
chance; tinbnuv it and go.
Ai. N. .Ionk-s Agent.
For planing mill work go to the Wichita
planing mill. dl62-tf.
Telephone jour orders to
Freeman for hack or liver).
OFF FOR NEW ORLEANS.
I now have on sale, either via the Nmta
Fo route or the Frico line, tickets to New
Orleans and return, as follow 1: Winter
transfer tickets, good until June 1, 1885, at
S34.75; World's Fair excursion tickets, good
fortj-hve (45) dajK, at S28.10. Now is jour
opportunity to isit the sunnj south during
the wintcr.nnd attend one of the finest ex
hibitions the world f-ver saw, at vcr.r little
expense. Go early while jou can'securc
good hotel accommodations. Secure tickets
at union depot or city office.
dtf " H. B. Keeler, Agt
Acute sore throat, tonilitis or quinsv, and
bronchitis, as well as all ear and" nose
troubles, quickly relieved by the spray
treat-nent cmplojcd bj Dr. Andrews. Office
in Fcmll's block, opposite the postoflice.
Several first-class farms to trade for city
propertv snlendid bargains. Inquire at
office of Wichita I.and nnd Loan Co.
560,000 to loan on mortgago for one Bnd
two v ears bj Kansas Loan & Investment
Co.,"Wichita National Bank building.
John Schott has jut reccive-d a choice lot
Blood will tell so will low prices on good
goods which i the cause of our busj and in
creasinc trade in Boots and Shoes at the
Red Front Shoe Store. A. Allcv. dl03-tf
School children will call at tho Postoffice
Book Store for Raub's grammar, and if they
have anr of Clark's old grammars, bring
them with you for exchange. This is tho
onlr place where tho old grammirs are on
S50.000 to loan on mortgage tor one and
twovears.hr Kansas Loan & Investment
Co.,"Wichita National Bank building. dl43tf
Baldwin & Ostergrcn ire now ready to
photograph all who cat) at their newly lur
nlsheil rooms. No. fX31ourlas ave. 32-tf
No. 83 Douglas enue Is where you
can rest comfortatly while waiting for
your pictures. 32-tf
Price our Boots and Shoos and be con
vinced that wo take the cake in sellim: them
cheaper than anv one. A. ALtrx. d!03-tf
II you want to buv cheap lot" inClmmer
ly's addition, call on" Fred Schatbcr. at city
clerk's office c!!tttr
O. II TLItO. M I) ,
PhTSiclin, s.nrgon and .rcmchr l)ir
ofFrmalM spectaltj- Offlr over l'otlock A
lVaree's. Door No, i I!r-ldfnc 00 Mrkt
strvet, thrr blneL north f t otral ar line
( ills left at ! V HealT'sIndoacerrn"'ItT
TO THE PUBLIC.
W lCJItTA. N'OV , I'M
I tike dellsht In rwomraendlos to the saffer
mat Wichita, one who has avel roe from an
nntttnHy srrTe I was pro-tratrJ on ray coach
-nth a seorcntsf reter an 1 t&ckmi -srita paia.
No medicine prescribed br any doctor I a towa
arrmed t relieve me They called It roas-mt
lion Theniirs JaneT Sexto waicalled In,
and with her (treat faith In Christ scd grand
map-oetic rower, relieved me of all pain and
fever and restored me to what lam now I
have made severnl calls, nd bTe tonk sevcra!
drive since mr restoration from iieth
" Miss Eva McCrm.
A Sara Tains;.
For the permanent curt (without merenry In
aar form) of r-TphlllJ, la either the primary,
Mcondarv or teftlarr U;es. Scrofaia, copper
colored Uotcn" on the fce or person, cancers,
old sr. catarrh, rbeamatUm, scald hd.
nicer. ronalnjror and all dles r!-tn
from blood poison, cure by Ir. Tamer's Indus
Blood Care. A pamphlet on ejphlllls fr
For sale by iswratael! A Ikt-U, drnprUU,
oppoelt pootoffice. Wichita, hn. Price,
Ire do'Iirtrwrpaefcafe. warranted. lRtf
Msllnlx A lden. Auction and Comml-
tla MeretMU. SJ8 Don! aveoce. sell aI
Lot bankrupt stork, art! farni-h octIoar
tor all kind of tale stock of go-ds elod
I cm 00 oraddrw
I Auctioneer. SO;
I oat on short notice. Best rtferecce clrea
ail eo or aoir, an.iu.'....--.
Auctioneer. JCs- DonflM are. Wiealt. Kaa
TOST, RECEIVED !
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.toa.Tt w-J n o,eew'
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Fresh From New 'York and
Here We Go !
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4-4 Fruit of Loom,
4-4 Cabot Bleached,
4-4 Lawrence L. L.
Cotton Brocade Dress
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We will make cuts
New York Store.
M. KOHN Sz CO.
-1 a)MB?U$lim 7TT-
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.03 3-4c. , , 1
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in every department.
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TO HAYE LOWERED OUR. RECORD!
ON CHEAP PRICES !
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91Q fi r1 1 e ')eat ev ry"n& "nc 'n s P"
EXAMINE OUR NAPERY AND TABLE LINEN.
BUY OUR SLEEPERY AND COMFORTABLES.
They are the cheapest ever shown in this market.
GET THE BABY
INNES & ROSS.
MM MEAT MABET!
ItJ Lverj thing kept in a flrt-cla meat
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
WICHITA. - KANSAS.
GLOBE IRON WORKS.
Tin-new firm of the (iIoIm- Iron V.'oik
will ci'inraeme m unif lUiirln,; aft r Jnti'i
arj lt. Ilcn.) Ca-tlns: ol all Utnl. Micli
j Capi, Sill', Column-, Ac .for More fronts
and u III li:np a inpueit for tatic2 any
arlicle Trefghlns from 1 to 10.000 pound,
anil at ellch prices a ill tump-irc faorll)
witU any lompctltion irom nbro.ul.
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Our immense stock is full of them,
FROM SILK AND SATIN,
HAIR PINS AND HOSIERY.
CORSETS AND CLOAKS.
There is none such elsewhere.
A BEAUTIFUL CRIB BLANKET.
LOOK FOR BARGAINS
WE HAVE SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS TO
OFFER YOU JUST NOW!
Chinchilla bats for men at 50c; worth $1.60.
Fine Chinchilla overcoats at $15; selling all over town $10.
Boy's overcoats for $2; well worth $3.
Children's knee pants, 50c; soiling by others for 75c.
Men's vesta for 50c; worth double that.
Men and boy's winter caps for 25c; cheap at 50c.
Percale Bhirts, 60c; worth more money.
We "take tho cake" on tine clothing, and guarantee prices and
qualities every time. If you wonder WHY wo can offer such
bargains, we answer: Twenty-nve years experience in the CLOTH
ING AND FURNISHING BUSINE8S ONLY, acquaintance) with
all the best and largest manufacturers, ready cash, no rent, and
selling iroeds at uniformly low Drices. Call to see us and wo will
. do you good.
' BITTING BROS.
' ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS. HATTERS & FURNISHERS
The largest htnek in Wicliitn, 'oiiMgnc'l, to bo koM nl
Manufacturer's Prices .
CtTA rare opportunity to get
28 Main St
BOOTS .A-lSriD SHOES
STOVER AND LIPPITT'S.
W propof to (rhr tin- iwoj'le "I" WIclilU and nurroUiHlliiit coiinlrjr uran-l ti'ncflt.
In noiloltiir wc!iarpliicnl in our Morf a lisrj-aln cminlrr, McU wMI 1 Hlli-il with
ifooile with rirlct-4 attrhe-l. that "III fell thrm lMrtl wsnllnif In iitij at a twte piu
rrilucllon nlll eou.ul tltrlrown InlermU by ratlin- on u hefor mVlni pnr-:h-
Iti-rn-'iiibr-r that llpatlqiinrter-i for lloou nuil bhor U at
J. II. SIm'h nli! smiiil. STOVER & L1FPITT'8.
Still countinue, they are taking the lead in
fine goods and low prices. An immense
stock to select from. All new and fresh
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO..
422 Douglas Avenue.
N, B. 300 Pair Children's Knee Pants. Go at 75c.
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
Grain a.nd Prodac CommUwios
8 country fa
N. X. T. P. O.
a fine wrap for a littlo niomey.
LARIMER & STINSON,
CRICK AMD 9TtN!-
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