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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 33, 1886.
M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 28.
THOSE THREE RAILROADS.
Wo have been asked to explain all
about the three roads several times of
late, whatthoy arc, where they are to
como from and where they aro to go
to. It would take a good long space
to give even a partial detail of the
information which has been vouch
safed. We have no particular fame
as a gucsscr, but on this subject of
railroads we have no objection to put
ting down a eucss which may be not
nil a guess, but which can go for such
in the absence of documentary evi
dence. Then the Chicago, Kacsas and
Nebraska railroad is in the interest
and an extension of the Chicago,
Kork Island and Pacific
The Kansas, Colorado and Texas,
running from Kansas City here and
south, is in the interest of the Penn
sylvania, Bee Line and Vandali com
bination. The Chicago, St. Joseph and Ft.
Worth is in the interest of aud will be
an extension of the Chicago and
If an body knows better let him
There has been put forth an objec
tion, up in Lincoln township, that if
the bonds are carried for the new
propositions, which voted bonds for
ihe Omaha, Abilene and Wichita will
still be held for the township bonds
additional. That is a foolish proposi
tion, and a legal and physical impossi
bility, la the first p'ace the O.. A. &
W is not to be built in Sedgwick
county, therefore no stock can bo is
sued by it for Mich bonds. Even if the
road was ever to be built, it could not
possibly be completed before the bonds
would have lapsed under the vote
But that is not all. The law steps in
and sat s that no road shall receive to
exceed $4,000 per mile of stock, which
stock must be paid for as bonds until
the road is completed and in opera
tion. The man who says that there
is e en a chance or possibility of the
townships ever being called upon to
is-mc their bonds, is cither very simple
or ha? never looked up the law. It
was a lucky thing for the townships
that they w ere given a chance to vote
for the county proposition, as it cuts
down their liability at least two-thirds
if the county propositions should all
I'cmcmber that if you have moved
from one ivard into another ward
sincn von last regi'-tertd it will be
ncevMary for you to register again.
A Washington correspondent' says:
"Koprc-cutalivo L'etcrs has been maaj
times comrniiulatcd by his friends
here, upon his renoinination, aud the
opinion i generally expressed that if
the nomination convention in each
dirtrict will follow the example of the
Seventh, aud heartily re-noniiuate the
present member, it will bu well for
A man named Lockwood,of Huflalo,
N. Y., the origiual admirer and wor
shipper of firover Cleveland, and who
nominated hint for '.lirrifl and again
for mayor and again for governor aud
agnin, as a delegate in the National
convention, for president, has been
snubbed by Cleveland. The president,
it is said, even withholds his friend
shin from thi4 man. and as for an
(lice he 1ih none for him.
W. F. Schcll.formcrly of Fort Scott,
but iriw of llugotou, Stevens county,
is iu the city and reports their town
and county on a regular boom. An
enumerator has been appointed for
the county, which will soon be organ
ized. The town has now about ninety
houses, with many more contracted
and will, no doubt, before frost flies in
that pirt of the state, have a round
one tlmmnnd inhabitants, if not
II W. Phillip is out working against
the Sedgwick county bond tax. We
received a telephone me-i-agc from
him Thursday evening, which stated
that the opposition to tho bonds is
taking likn lire to the prairio gras.
He is inurli encouraged at the pros
pect of defeating the boud. Mulvanc
(Sumner county) Heral.l.
It takes very little to "much encour
age" some people, and Mr. Phillips is
one of them. We have, in fact, not
heard of a do7cit influential men nor
of a tingle heavy taxpayer fighting
the proposition which is to make
Sedgwick the grandest and richest
county in the state. It took many
months of hard work, work without
piy or even expenses paid, to get
theso road-, aud propositions and we
don't believe the people, or a majority
of them, arc goiug to be so short
sighted ai to throw away the results
of that work.
To the Editor or the ll&slr:
As this is a bu-tling, growing city
of nearly 3,000 inhabitants we will
give you a brief outline of its business
prospects, improvements and other
advantage. It is also the county seat
ot Barton county and the renter of
trade for a wide scope of rich terri
tory. The busine-s streets aro laid
out iu the form of a square, after tho
fashion of many eastern county tovu,
with a handsome $50,000 court house
iu the center and surrounded with a
fine grove of trees, which mike it at
tractive on account of its rarity among
western towns. The surrouudimr
country will compare favorably with
the best sections of the state, and is
largely bottom land. The location
of the town is close to the junction of
the Walnut creek, a stream early as
large as its namesake in Cowley
county, and tho Big Arkansas river.
Tho city is also provided with the
electric light svstcm and a street
car company has recently been
orgauized. It is also tne loca
tion of tho Central Kansas college,
tweutv-fivc thousand dollars has been
paid iu by the citizens to complete
the building, aud the Congregational
society of ths stato has agreed to
endow it with a fund of fifty thousand
dollars, although the college itself is
to be unscctariau in character. Among
the other improvements is a new ho
tel, to cost twenty-five thousand dol
lars. The money for this enterprise
is already subscribed aud the building
is expected to be completed this year.
There arc also two immense roller
flouring miils here with a combined
capacity of more than four hundred
barrels every twenty-four hours and
aho three large elevators.
The citizens also luxurate with a
telephone line to St. John, the county
scat of Staflord countv.
A new railroad known as the Wal
nut Valley and Colorado branch of
the Santa Fe is also building in a
northwestern direction from this
The prcts is well represented by
the following papers: The Barton
County Tribune, edited by Judge
Townsley; Register, edited by Judge
Chapman, and the Democrat, by D.
The Masons, Odd Fellows, Knights
Templar, Knights of Labor, urana
Army and Sons of Vetcraus each have
an organization here.
The number of business houses
reprcsen.cd are as follows: Dry
goods stores 7: groceries 8; agricul
tural implements 6; bakeries 3; res
taurants 4; watchmakers aud jewelers
3; hotels 5; furniture 2; hardware 3;
lumber yards 4; banks 3; real estate
aud loans 6; meat markets 4; hveiy
and sale stable 7: barber shops 3;
boots and 6hocs 2; harness makers 3;
news and stationary 2; marble works 1;
milliuery stores 5; job printing 1; mer
chant tailors 1; pianos and organs 1.
To tho Editor or the Eagle.
As railroad centers and new towns
aro being built all over the wc3t, it is
not egotism iu your correspondent to
say something which may interest the
reader in regard to our young city
and the surroundiug country. With
the Fort Scott roact we had become a
thriving town, I may say the prido of
the couuty. Now the Leroy and
Western is an assured fact. The grad
ing is being pushed ahead with com
mendable zeal, aud by August we ex
pect the cars will reach this city.
This will give us a main line of the
Sauta Fc to Kansas Citv, and also
when completed a direct line to Colo
rado. With the crossing of thete two
main lines of road owned and run by
different interests, who cannot sec
what the posibilities of Clearwater
will be in the near future.
With our first clasa church and
school advantages, our unexceptiona
ble clas of business men, aud a moral,
industrious class of people and sar-
rouuded by the best farms and farm
ing lauds to be found anywhere, aud
also the most healthy spot iu Kansas.
Why may we not say "cxceloior," of
this, whple valley.
Mr. K. W. Sparr, one of the con
tractors has one hundred teams at
work just east of town.
The O'Doniiel Brothers have the
contract through the city and several
miles west, with a largo force of men
and teams with their tents located in
the city. The bridge at Mill vane has
becu completed. The woik on the
divi-Ion east of hero is in charge of C.
11. Cratzenburg, chief engineer, and
west of him in charge of I. T. Kinmrtt
Corn is looking fine but wheat and
oats are bufleriujr from chintz bugs
and all arc needing rain.
Thos. W. WiUon,our efficient maj
or, has bought forty acres of laud i:d-
joiuing the city and hss had it platted
and it is now an apditiou tnthocitx.
It is beautifully located for residenct-s
We have a fine hall which is used lor
thu Masons, Odd Fellows aud Pot.
All the orders are doing well. We
have a liue city hall, well finished, and
is tii-cd by the city council, the Build
ing and Loan association aud for lec
tures aud entertainments.
A Cincinnati firm have rented a fine
store of I. M. Tracy and will put in
large stock of clothing in a short lime
Our two papers seem to tie 1101112 a
thriving business keeping the outride
worid posted iu regard to what i- go
lus on iu the second metropolis of tin;
We cauuot cxdect your prices for
lots yet, but the time may come when
you would feel honored to bo au n um
ble citizen of the city ou the Ninu c-
We arc pleased to leatn that a type
foundry is soon to be established at
Wichita. We say we aro glad of this
because those fellows at Kansas City
and St. Louis have reaped sucti .1
harvest from the newspaper men of
Kansas that they have become very
arrogant, aud it is almost as much a
a man's life is worth to ask a favor of
them. As far as wc aro concerned our
mite iu this line shall go to the Wichita
house. Sharon News.
A FEW PRECEPTS FOR MARRIED
Always remember that you are
married' to a man and not a god; be
prepared for imperfections.
Once iu a while let your husband
have the last word; it will gratify him
aud be no particular loss to you
Do be reasonable, it is a great deal
to ask under some circumstances;
reasonable women are rare be rare.
Anticipate the discovery by your
husband that jou are "only a woman;"
if you were not he would not care for
Bcmcmbcr that servants arc made
of the same material as you are; a lit
tle coarser grained, perhaps, but tho
same iu essentials.
Lot your husbaud read the news
papers" at the table; it is unsociable,
but then it is only a trifle after all, and
ho likes it.
Bead something iu the papers be
sides the fashion notes and society
columus; have some kuowlcdgc ol
what Is goiug ou in foreign countries.
Try aud forget yourself; as to your
husband, forget that you married him
and remember that he married you;
he ill then probablv do ihe reverse.
Be a companion to your husband if
ho is a wise man; and'if he is uot, try
and mako him become your com
panion. Haic his standard; do not
let him lower yours.
Let your husband know more than
you do once in a while: it keeps up his
self-respect aud you will bo none the
worse tor admitting that you arc not
Respect your husband's prejudices,
respect his relations, especially his
mother she is none the less his
mother because she is your mother-in-law;
she loved him before you did.
The best naturcd man in tbcUuitcd
States senate, is said to be Senator
Chase, of Rhode Island. The most
punctilious aud Uriah Uccp-like sen
ator is Brown, of Georgia. Tbc most
blunt, yet scrupulously honest senator
is Edmunds, of Vermont. The fussiest
and most tireless worker is Senator
Plumb, of Kansas, and the mou
brilliant orator, as well as the most
fearless champion of old fashioned
Simon Pure republicanism, is John J.
lugalls, of Kansas. Hiawatha World.
"BSASS OH SBCX."
"The bears are getting in their work"
said a disgusted gentleman yesterday and he
looked like ht meant what he had no hesita
tion in saying.
"What do you mean by than" said the
reporter who thought that from all appear
ances be had ftrucsra circumstance if not
"BavayoaBot noticed" ha continued ia
a potitiTe way, "how tome of theso real
estate bugs have been talking about the
railroad bonds going to fi', io the lut two
dayi? And have you not alio noticed that
these very fellows have been bujiogai much
property, if cot more, than they ever
have before, and all the time
loud in their assertions that if the bonds
fail real estate and Wichita will be literally
wiped out of existence? One, jou see, is
words and the other is actions. Which
peaks the loudest and which is the more
likely to bo true? Blind Tom could see
threughiuch a fabrique as that."
After freeing himself of the first animated
round he gave vent to less animated and
more philosefic language.
"Well,I don't know,"he said.entering upon
act H, "but that a fellow who will in any
way be influenced daring these booming
days by what ony one tells him ought to
meet with bad luck or in other words get
laid out. not physically but financially. I
guess most of the boys who hare been
tampering with real estate for a few months
at least aro fr enough advanced to treat
with suspicion the bold and "on my honor"
assertions ef that class of men who recognize
those only whom they hope to devour."
"How do you think the city would stand
the defeat of the bonds, Mr. T"
"Well I am confident Wichita can stand
it as well as any other city ofiU size but
that is net exactly answering tho question.
I think the boom would probably goon,
but do not believe it would make such
enormous strides as of late. Think, how
ever, corner lota or even inside lota and
west front would grow into money fasL
This slight change if it should effect a
change would evidently he only for a short
time and then everything will go on at the
accustomed speed. Let me give you a
pointer Wichita is safe bonds or no bonds."
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following are tho real estate transfers
recorded in the office of register of deeds
J Hough to T J Sbeppard, lot 8,
Jones' add S 825
W J Throckmorton toAE Throck
morton, commencing SG ft a of n w
cor lot 4, Dover st, Hilton's 2d add,
thenca s 41 ft, e 47 ft, n 41 ft, w 47
A E Throckmorton to A K Campbell,
beginning E o cor Jot-, JJoverst,
Uilton's 2d add, thence running s
on said lot 65 ft, n 1G9 ft, a G5 ft, s
along e lcr.o of said lot 169 ft 1500
W II Uunly to LB Wyatt. lots 178,
160, 182. Market st, Lee's add 1000
W L 31cBco to A T neUar, lot 9,
Fourth ave, English's 5th ada 1200
O Firebaugh to B G Green, lot 20.
Emporia ave, English's 5th add .... 950
Union City Town Co to S J Vickers,
lot 13, blk 12, Colwick 25
J C Jones to L Liltell, 117 ft of w end
lotC2, Meadave,Jone'2dadd 35
J I Uirschler to J L Mead, lots 26,
23, Spruee st, Park place add 425
C U Leeling to C G Echardt, w hflot
23, Burr av. Ford's 2d add 175
W B Smith to O E BarwUe, lots 73,
75. blk 13. Fourth av, Orme&
PhilhWadd ' 630
U jj until w tJ viuiuavcu, iow , iv,
nhf 6, Emporia nv, J P Hilton's
P O Healy to G W Calhoun,' lot 85,
Fourth ar, KnjlUh' add
W A Martin to It L Bostick. lots 146,
118, blk 20, Orme & Phillips' add..
II B Jackman to G Ferrell.lots 20,22,
Gorin av, Clearwater
JIIMcGrifftoJ C Wilson lots 41,
43, English's add 2500
W Pirio to K AI Gardner lots 102, 101.
Chicago ave, West Wichita 8500
D O Walknr to Anderson lots 2TJ,
231. 233, Emporia ave, Stafford &
Wright's add 1100
A T liall to J nocKnum 101s io, 10,
Dodge ave, Lawrence's 2nd add. . . .
C A Fritzgerald to A J Brook, com
mencing SO ft w and 218 ft n of se
cor of so nr 29-27-le thence 110 ft
n72ft,cllU ft, s 72 ft
M livers fo M J Dill s hf lot 11, 4th
a e. Mead's add 1500
J Shank to A 11 Muscller lots Vl'J.'Xil,
923.925.927.929,931. Jackson st,
Greiffensteiu's 7th add 2200
A L Houck to C 31 McVicar, lots
1201. 1203, 1205, 1207. 1203, 1211,
1213,1215,1217, 1219, 1221, 1223,
1225, 1227, Wichita av, Lenellen'8
S G Gribi to J II Marshall, lots 918,
920, 922, Jackcon ave, Greiffen
W GrciflVnstein to J II Marshall,
lota 1028. 1030. 1032. 1031 Jackson
ave, Greiuemtein's 8th add 1200
J Stewart to 1' U u-aller, lots a ana
10, Mead av-, WVst's subdiv, lota 33
and 35 Mead ave. East Wichita....
J W Phillips to C B Ilolden, lots 57,
59, 61, 63, Emporia ave, Eagle add
J Stewart U P C Bcatter, lots 4, C.blk
T K McLean to A T McElza, lots 12,
11,16, 18, Fifteenth ft 2C00
11 11 Uutlcr to 31 A santoru, lots to,
17. First st, Butler and Fisher's 2d
O H Hunter to K Hatfield, beginning
775 ft s of n e cor of s hf of s e hf
2I-27-le,thence e 280 ft s to n boun
drv of Hunter ave, w 280 n to place
of beginnine 200
II B Butler to A J Stanley, lots .9,81,
83, First street, Butler and Fisher
T W Kandall to U A Ozanne. lots 9,
11. 13. 15. Washington are. Hod-
ton's add 500
HE Butler to V Collins. loU 3, 1,
First street, Butler & Fisher's add
M R Moser to .1 R Sawrcr. lot 4. blk
2, Brooklyn Heights .-. 2200
Li u Fcrrill to u it uowaen, lots -mo,
2G0, Fourth ave. Fcrrill's 2nd add.
LBFcrrilltoHJ Garvcy, lot 253,
Fifth ave, Fcrrill's 2nd aid
C B Campbell to J P Meyer, com
mencing 100 ft n of so cor lot 4. blk
2. Lawrence's add. thence n 93 ft, w
152 ft, s 93 ft, e 152 ft 700
X 31 Clark to W A Uichey, commecc
ing at no cor of n w qr of ns qr, 28-27-le,
thence s 40 rod?, w 20 rods, n
40 rods, e 20 rods; also beginning
1325 ft w and 4S5 ft s of no cor of
28-27-le, thence s 265 ft, o 1248 ft w
to Chisholm creek, thence up said
creek to place of beginning
G II Blackwelder to E D Hull, lots
26, 28. 30, 32, blk 8, Fairview add.
R M Gardner to W Pirio a strip of
land 70 ft wide lrirr e of lot 1C0.
Chicago bto. West Wichita 2000
K 31 Gardner to W 1'irie, lot ltx Chi
cago ave, West Wichita...
W Greiffenstesn to X SteinhurheI,lots
1025, 1027, 1029, 1031, 1033, 1035,
1037, 1039, L-welIn ave. Greiffen
steins 8th ad J 2003
R Sassen to II H Ozanne. lots 25. 27.
Mead ave, Hudson's add 260
Total amount of money exchanged for
real estate yesterday was $53,132.
Notice to Contractors
The School Hoard ol District 'o. G. in
Sedgwick county, Kansas, will receive bids
up to noon on tue -nil uav 01 June, ij.
for tho erection of a 2-Morjr, 32xo6 with T
12x30 School Huildinat Derby.
Plans aud epeelncations mar be seen tt
A. Mionlch'o tore in Derby.
Uuls will be received tor furnishlne all
materials and completing the job, or for
mion' ana plastering wori: anu carpen
ter s wort seperalely. in cuner proposi
tion contractor to furnish all material.
Tte nzht to accept or reject any or all
dl-3t A. MIXNICI1, Director.
THE PEOPLES LINK
The Gml Free PahceEKlmias Cbi CvBraie.
St Louis,Ft.Scott& Wichita Ry
Ib cmiccHh with the Ha. Pmc Ry,
Is now running morning and evening trains
dally, including Sundays, to
Mima's Palate Sleeping fcn ca Etcest Train
48 M ILES
The Shortest Route to St. Loui.
The Only Short, Direct Line to
TEXAS & SOUTHERN POINTS
By which the passenger avoids extra travel
depot transfer snd vexatious delays.
All Ttxu Poit an LaeaJ tetkfeSytita
w. a. xxmtur.
Gea Tr3c Vaaagrr. St. Lomia, Mo.
Gen. Pasa. acd Tletat As't, St. Led. JCo.
C. P. RECTUS,
Dlr. Pass. aadTIekrt Afcit, Wtcktts. East.
In order to retire from business I ofer my Large Stock of
N'E'W,', DM .'. G'O'fl'E
Notions, Etc, "Wholesale,
IO TO 30 PER CENT.
Less than Regular Prices.
MERCHANTS, AND RETAIL PURCHASERS GENERALLY,
will find it to their interest to examine my stock;
will trade goods for City Property, or good
. farming lands. Also offer for rent .
One of the Best Stores in Wichita,
139 MAIN STREET.
JNO. G. ALLEN.
C. A. STAFFORD.
STAFFORD, CULVER & CLEGG,
Real Estate and Loan Agents
Office south side Doialss Ave, second Stairway weet af LavrwM.
Ice! Ice! Ice!
DEPOT AND OFFICb, - 124 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Ice always on hand, at depot.
Orders for Shipment and City Delivery
Promptly attended to. Telepnone No. 128.
SOHN & WILKIN.
L. N. WOODCOCK,
Real Estate, Abstracts loans
Office, Dorsey Biilding,
W. .. Wooduav, I'rejMent. IVx 3. Woodman, Cashier. Will C Woodhak, Aat't Cashier.
First Arkansas Valley Bank,
(The Ol.leat Money Institution In the Arkansas Valley.)
No. 83 Main Street. - WICHITA, KANSAS.
Do a General Banking Business
IS ALTj ITS MOIiKKN FUNCTIONS.
LOAN BOTH FOREIGN AND HOME MONEY IN ANY AMOUNT.
On all satlsract' ry collaterals Ileal, Personal or Chattel and accomodate the
Ilorrowvr with time from one day to Ave Teans.
SELL TICKETS BY THE FASTEST AND SAFEST LINBS.
Or Steamers In the world, to or from all principal Earopean ports.
Via North German loLor py Cnsard Liaea.
Kansas National Bank
No, 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY.
T.oant Money at to-cest Rata.
hxie Siyht Drafts oil ailourt of Europe,
Buys end Stlla Gov't and Municipal Bond,
Pay Interttt on Time DcpotiU
Apy Anicust of
X-. :- on 'leslnhle REAL E3TAT-ltter FARMS or CTTT rBCstBTT.
S?" Connecticut Hate of Interttt.
,J I. iYEK. SA1TL HOUCK, UOBT. E. IiAWRENUK
II. W. LEWIS. President.
Oornor Doufrlas and
Paid up Capital,
W. P. ROBINSON, Presdect.
OLIVER DUCK, Vice Preeident. V7. L. DUCK, Asst,.
W. P. Robinson, Oliver Duck P. W. WHaon.
Jamea G. FiBh, W. L. Duck.
O. D. Barnee, R. H. Roys, Finlay
son, Oliver Duck, James G. FiBh, F. W. Wilson,
W. L. Duck. J. H. Slater, H. M. Duck.
Fourth National Bank, New York, St. Louis National Bank, St.
Louis. Mo., Bank of Kansas City, Kansas City. Mo.
General Banking Business. Respectfully Solicit a Bhars of your
MONET TO LOAN
MORTGAGES & GUT PROPERTY
In Small or Large Amounts.
.3:s:o:EaT a?TNns a.t 'j.'U,:h: xowbtt batxb.
WICHITA BANKING CO.
and FARMERS' BANKING CO.,
116 W. DOUGLAS AVENUE.
SNIVELY & WILRITE
The Restless, Sleepless' RsHakto
REAL ESTATE, LOAN
Go ha taa for tergalis. Tary drtre tfcelr i
stow their prasefftr ekrtslls.
Write Xassruc. So CasTriadaf,
T. F. CLEGG.
DORSEY & OO.
opposite Court House,
A. A. HYDE. Caahier.
Lawrence A venule.
J. H. SLATES, Oaahiar.
Rom, A. L. Houck. W. P. Robin
& INSURANCE FffiM.
Has removed to the s-w cor. Douglas Ave. and Main St., in
the store formerly occupied by A HESS, and but
8 doors east of the old location.
"We liava the best lighted and most conveniently arranged
store in the city, and have ample room for the display of our
large stock which,
Quality and Quantity
We shall, daring the coming
SPECIAL. SAL.ES. at wnicn time
be eold at prices far below the
or tnese Special sales wiu De a wand.
Parasol k Silk Sun Umbrelh
Sale. This is in keeping with
early visit and inspection.
300 SILK SUN UMBRELLAS.
There are none in this lot worth less than $2 50, and some are
worth as high as $4 00.
100 Child'- Parasols at 10c.
1 Lot Ladies BL'K SATIN PARASOLS, 75c, worth $1 50
One Lot Bl'k Satin Parasols, trimmed with 4-inch
Spanish Lace, at $1 75, worth fully $3 50.
1 Lot Pekin stripes Parasols,
they cannot be duplicated under M.
Parasols at $2 50, $3 and $4; worth fully double what wc ask.
These Prices are for this special sale only.
FINE :. OIL . PAINTINGS
TO BE GIVEN
Distribution to Commence
17ttl MAY 17tlTL
Every person purchasing goods to the amount of FIVE
DOLLARS or over will be presented, free of charge, a hand
some Oil Painting on canvass, size 14x22 inches, which we
guarantee is worth to buy at any art store more money than
you pay for your goods. Remember this picture is, as repre
sented, a genuine work of art, produced by hand at consider
able expense, and to show that we mean what we say we will
give to any charitable institution in this city
$100 IN GOLD
If any person will prove to us that the painting we give away
is not painted in Oil Colors and by hand.
We have contracted with a large frame manufacturer to supply
us with frame that we propose to supply every customer
who gets a painting at about one quarter of what
you will have to pay to any picture dealer
for the same article.
OUR OOOD6 ASM XNTIRKLY NEW
OTJB 8TOOX 18 THB LABOB8T
OUB STOCK IB THE MOST COMPLETE
HT 1 V JUH3T DETAIL.
Everything considered we have the largest and best selected
stock of LadiA aad Gents Famishing Goods, Fancy Goods, etc
in Wichita and at the lowest living prices.
Our 5 and IO cent Counters
We gmaraatoe will astonish everybody. Never again will this
offer be repeated im Wichita! We do this to advertise our bus
iaew. Aad it takes money to do it. What is our loss is your
TAism rnt thiu nnt anrl TtAxtt
aerer leave the ENTERPRISE
Beason, inaugurate a series of
tlie articles so advertised win
cost of manufacture. The lirst
the Season, and we advise an
Tney will oe placed on sale
18x24 INCHES, F0RS1 25
One Lot do 25c, worth 50c.
with colored linings, at $2;
AWAY AT THE
it in rnnr hotinirur bar. and
without your painting; it is free.
IOO DOUOLAS AWUX.
I have a short option on a
few pieces of
erty, which I
attention of capitalists.
I a so
lots in College
which will double in value
Before Ihe Next 90 Days,
Residence Property at prices
ranging from Five Hundred Dol
lars to Two Thousand.
Don't fail to examine my list
I will offer a stock of 8taple
Goods on Douglas Avenue tor a
few day. This is a rare chance
N, F, NIEDERLANDER,
COR. DOUGLAS and TOPEKA
are worth the
exc usive sale