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KEV ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Tho following: aro the real estate transfers
recorded in tho office of register of deeds yes
terday: S J Reeves to S L Liffitt, lots S,m 10 12,
Walnut s,t, Hoover's add
W H Zazel to II Grace, lots from 1013
to 1019, Le-.velleu ave. Grciirenstein's
8th ad
E B Jewett to II D Ileiserman, undi
vided hf int in so qr 2:-25-;;w
J R Snivcly to M. E Gayles, lots 08, 7,
Fourth ave, Snively, Miller & Woods
add
Riverside Laud Co to F C Faulkner
lots A and 13, and 2, 4, C, , 10, 12, 14,
10. IS, 20, 22, 24, Buffam ave, C and
D, and 1, :J, b, 7, !, 11, 13, W, 17, W,
21, 2:1, Gilman ave, Riverside add. . .
Riverside Land Co to C T Buffura, lots
300
1400
1000
280
0000
3000
1250
3150
2S00
COO
2-S00
500
500
1000
500
COO
4000
3000
4000
10, 23, SO, ;$2, Bulium ave; xt, -', ,
31 Gilman ave: ."57,50. 01,03, Litch
field ave, Riverside add
Riverside Land Co to F C Faulkner,
lots 15, 17, IS), 21, 23 Faulkner ave,
Riverside add
Riverside Laud Co to E Spaulding,
odd lots 31 to 47 Wiley ave, River
side add
Riverside Laud Co to F Z Cunningham
odd lots from 125 to 130, Riverside
ave Riverside Laud Co
G A Bavley to J W Whittlker beg 400
f f w of no cor 20-27-le, thenco s 25 25
f t w 140 f t n 25 ft e 140 f t,also beg 550
It n ol aiorestud, thence s 25 ft w 144
ft n 25 f t c 144 ft to place of beg
W II .Tazel to LE Allison lots 017 to S)3l
Jwillen ave Greilleustein's 7th add
Q Hoffman to T J Sheppard, uudiv 1-10
inc m lots 15, 17, Fourth ave, Mead's
add
DCWymauto T J Sheppard, uudiv
110 int lots 15, 17, Fourth ave,
Mead's add :
G Huffman to T J Sheppard, undiv
1-S i.,torC; lots 15, 17, Fourth ave,
Mead's add
C v j.iauam to E Beard, lot lb,
Spruce st, Park Place add
A Steel to W P Jester, lott 41, 43, 4.),
47, blk 4, Highland add
L II Tiffany to E Jester, mv qr 10-20-2
e
O II Sherman to C It Miller, lot 2, Wa
ter st, GrcHfensteiu's add
S E Mitchell to J Dairenbaugh, com
mencing at ne cor of blk B, Ferrcll's
add, b 150 ft, '.v 240 fr, n 50 ft, no 170
ft, w to beg
C Mosbacher to E W Garrett, even lots
from 70 lo 02, Market st, Lw's 2nd
add
S A Jones to A L Jones, mv hf 1-26-1 w
C S Chuy to J A Riclmrds' lots 7, 0 Em
pire avenue Muellers add
A E Stroher to J A Bausermau mv qr
of mv qr 25-27-1 e
Alden Spear to J Endicott. lot 4 Cheney
M J Steetamcn to B Kelsch, com 15 ft
naud412ftsof mvcor lot 1)1 Lees
add s 1 13 ft w 000 ft u 400 ft e 000 ft
350
1500
14C0
5000
30
3b00
Total SM9G0
Anyone wishing bargains .should -not fail
to cull on Coina c Riddell. See ad in an
other column. d!)S-0t
I).inrln; Academy.
Lessons for ladies and gentlemen every
night; for lidiesaud children afternoon at 4
p. m. at Beacon hall. Scholar-, received at
any tune. Cilice hour Shaw 's music store,
10, 12 and 2 o'clock, cr afternoon at hall.
' ' d-'J7-2t-
J'irst .Social.
Prof. Fisher's dancing academy at Grand
Army hall, Friday evening, Sept. 10, 18B&
SoiiiL-tliln' Special
In Norwich, the young railroad center
choice business lots from one hundred and
thirty dollars upwards. Terms, half down,
balance on time.
Two railroads already there, a third ro
jected. Great demand for buildings.
For particulars call upon, or -write to
F. W. Hawkes.
d07-12t-;- Norwich Hotel, Norwich.
Keiiuccil Excursion Kates.
Tho St. Louis, Fort Scott and Wichita in
connection with the Missouri Pacific railway
will .sell round trip excursion tickets as fol
lows:
To Kansas City Sept, 13th to 18th, at $0.35
with 50 cents additional for admission ticket
to fair grounds. The Fort Scott train for
Kancas City leaves Wichita 8:00 p. m. Three
hours later than the Saute Fe tram and ar
rives at Kansas City 0:15 a. m. Making the
run two hours and forty minutes quicker
than the Santa Fe. Has an elegant through
free reclining chair car, also Pullman sleeper.
To Knights- Templar triennial conclave at
St Louis September ISth to 20th at rates as
low as the lowest. In this connection it
should be remembered that tho Wichita com
m.indrv Kniirhts Temnlar have contracted lo
go in a body to St. Louis over the Fort
Scott and Missouri Pacific roads. Join the
iinwession and iro with the lnughts.
To St. Louis fair, October Jmd to 8th. at
one fare for the round trip.
To Quaker meeting at Plainflcld, Indiana.
Tickets will be sold to Plainlield, Danville or
Indianapolis, Indiana, Sept. 0th, 7th, 10th
and 11 that $21.00.
To Quaker meeting at Richmond, Indiana,
September 10th. 11th, 17th and ISth 23.00.
For tickets and other information apply to
EASnuth, commercial agent, 1 00 Mam street,
or at depot office, First and Wichita streets.
C. 1'. Rector, D. F. & P. Agent, -ilWJ-tf
I'roposals.
Bids will ha received by the Board of Edu
cation for ten days from date of this notice
for putting in a steam heating apparatus in
tho Fourth ward school buildmc. Bids may
be left with the clerk of tho board at Judge
Cumplwll s ollice. Tho board reserves the
rigus io reject any or an urns.
J. V. IXftARD,
Chairman Committee on Buildings and
Grounds. S)0-3t
Wiclutn, Kan., Sept. 0, 1SSG.
Tor Sale.
One span bay mares, 100 graded merino
sheep, 1 sulk-, steering plow, 1 riding corn
cultivator; will sell or trade for city prop
erty. Inquire at S)13 North Lawrence ave,
or at mv houso three miles east of the citv.
J. C. Kink-cad.; dl)0-7t-
Madame Sartello from Kansas City, has
room 17. The Madame is a niinu reader, re- I
veanng ine pist ana liicure. oae mvues au
to call and see her. dOO-.'Jt'
To Contractor.
Bids will bo rocived up to Saturday, 11th
inst., for the stone work of the Siters Acad
demy according to the plans now on exhibi
tion at P. V. Ilealy's office. The right to
reject an and all bids reserved. d0v-4t
Kansas City Intcr-Statc 1'air.
The Fort Scott road will sell round trip
ticket; to Inter-State Fair at Kansas City,
September 13th to ISth, tickets good to re
turn until September 10th, at ouo fare for
round trip. Elegant reclining chair cars
free, and Pullman Sleener, leaving Wichita
at S p. m. arriving at Kansas City 0:10 a. ni.
without change of cars. Train returning
leaving Kansas City 0:20 p. m. arriving in
Wichita 8:15 a.m. Tickets on sale' at 100
Main street and depot at Second and Wichi
ta streets. dOO-tf
Fort Scott Railroad.
On Sept. 10th and 11th, the Fort Scott
railroad will sell round trip tickets to In
dianapolis at rate of $21.00. And on Sept.
10th, 11th, 17th and 18th to Richmond, Ind.,
at $23.00. Elegant reclining chair cars
through to Kansas City and St. Louis with
out change. Elegant Pullman sleeper on
evening train to Kansas City. Choice of
lines from Kansas Cit- and St" Louis and
close connections made with all trains.
Tickets on sale and information regarding
routes and accommodations cheerfully given
at city ticket oflico, 100 Main street, and
depot ticket ollice, Second and Wichita
street. dDO tf
D. J. Delay, practical carriage liainter. of
London, Canada, is now connected with the
City carriage shop, taking the position for
merly occupied by J. A. Paulis, d03-0t
Honor to IiOan at Sleht.
T nr r1rhCA A crrurl nifv lriTi ot lftnf ,-aj.j
in three hours any day in tho week. S. W. j
VWf , v m"'ii .j.ww. V-W-WL
PERSONAL.
A.- S. Munson has returned from a busi
trip east.
H. B. Keeler, of tho Santa Fe, went to
Newton on business yesterday.
J. E. Caldwell and J. W. Tathain, of
Emporia, came in on the evening train.
Mrs. F. G. Pratt and daughter and Mrs.
George H. Stowcll left, yesterday over tho
Frisco for St. Louis, to remain until next
spring.
Mr. J. D. Campbell, of Lafayette, Ind., ar
rived in the city yesterday. He is on a visit
to the "far west" and of course had to stop a
few days at Wichita. Ho will go farther
west in a few days.
The case of Louisa Gelburgh againsttho esf
tato of Benjamin V. Baird, Jr., for $210 was
given a hearing yesterday before Judge E.
B. Jewett, which resulted in her recovering
judgment for 100.
Mr. John Humphrey will have his boat
ready for running by the first of next week.
Ho is changing it to a side wheeler and
giving it a thorough overhauling. He will
run it on th3 big river and will soon make a
trip south.
Mr. Bissantz set fire to soma rubbish in
the rear of Bissantz & Mathews' store.Sparks
being wafted into the furniture store of
Kendall & Morrison, tho shavings were ig
nited and what might have been an exten
sive started; but fortunately it was extin
guished before much daraaga was done.
Xcw York Millinery Store
No. 133 Main street, Mrs. Otto presents her
compliments to tho ladies of "Wichita and in
vites them to inspect her fino selection of
new styles arriving daily. She assures low
est prices and best value in tho city. d9S-3t
Special Uargalns
In choice residence and business lots for
a few days.
Two 00-foot east fronts on iVaco avenue
between Pine and Oak streets, running back
to the Little Arkansas ri ver, opposite Riv
erside Park.
Five 30-foot west fronts no Waco avenue
corner of Pine.
One 50-foot east front on Wichita street,
near tho Wichita and Colorado depot. A
splendid location for a wholesale house.
Uuo zo-ioot jrouc on v ater sireetj near
Douzlns avenue, running back to railroad
switch. A number one business location.
Fifty-foot front on Mam street, just north
of Elm street. This is choice property.
Prices low; terms easy.
Also a No. 1 quarter section of land, im
proved, within 1 1-2 miles of Frisco heights;
price 11,000, easy terms. Call on
dOS Ot E. P. Ford,
At Office of Co. Clerk.
Cheap Excursion Tickets.
I desire to call the attention of the many
friends and patrons of the old reliablo and
popular Santa Fe route to tho following
cheap rates in connection with which round
trip tickets will be sold as follows:
To Knights Templar conclave at St. Louis
September ISth to 20th, at lowest rates.
To tho St. Louis fair, October 4th to 9th at
$13.35.
To Quaker meeting at Plainfield, Indiana
will sell to Plaiufield, Indiana, Danville, In
diana, or Indianapolis, September 0th, 7th,
10th and 11th, at s-21
To Quaker mealing at Richmond, Indiana.
September 10th, 11th, 17th and lbth, at
$24.00.
lo G. A. R. reunion at Caldwell, Septem
ber 11th and 15th at 2.15.
To Kansas City fair September 13th to
ISth, at 0.85, which includes tickets of ad
mission to the fair grounds.
To Emporia Fair imd Driving Association,
September 20th to 25th, at 4
To Western National Fair, at Lawrence,
September 5th to 11th, at $5.
To Sumner County Fair, at Wellington,
September Oth to 10th. at $1.30.
For tickets aud information apply to W.
D. Murdock, ticket agent at 111) Main street,
or at Union depot. H. B. Keeler,
d05-5t D. F. & P. Agt.
The Frisco lino will sell round trip excur
sion tickets from Wichita to Danville, In
dianapolis and Plainfield, Indiana, Septem
0th, 7th, 10th and 11th, good to return until
September 30th, at the low rate of 21, aud
to Richmond, Indiana, round trip tickets
for 23, tickets on sale September 10th, 11th,
17th and 18th, limited to September 30, 1SSG.
This is a rare opportunity for our people to
visit their f rieudseast at little expense. Pull
man palaco sleeping cars an trains leaving
here at 0:25 a. m., and free chair cars on
trains leaving here at S):20 p. m. daily. Tick
et office at 110 N. Main st and at Union de
pot. d'.U-tf
Telephone your orders to Freeman for
hack or liverv. d70-tf
Choice residence lots in Iliuton's addition.
Large fruit and shade tree.-i. Only three
blocks fiom Douglas avenue. One and a half
bloc3:s from the Third ward school houe.
For sale cheap, one-third cash, balance on
time at S per cent, interest. Apply soon as
thev will not be long on tho market. 1. V
Healy. d:J0-tf
Dr. C. C. l'urlcjr.
Contmtues in the regular practice of medicine
and surgery.
Ollice in Furly building, opposite the Man
hattan. Itesidouoe, 1014Korth Lnwience avenue.
Telephone Xo. 110. K2-eod-:hn
Owing to tho protracted illness of A. A.
Hyde ho has employed II. J. Harding to look
alter the interests of Mcrriman Park. He
will be found at Mr. Hyde's desk in Hydes &
Humble's stationery store. Parties w ho have
been waiting for the past month to select
their lots in this most" delightful part of Col
lege Hill can now call on Mr. Harding.
dSO-tf
rillSCO LINE.
St. liOuls and San lr.inclsco Hallway Tree
Chair Car Service llctnccn Wichita
auJ St. Louis.
Commencing Monday, August 23rd. the
Frisco line will run elegant new reclining
chair cars on their trams, one and two, be
tween St. Louis and Halstead, daily without
change.
Ifo charge for seats in chair cars will be
.made for passengers holding tickets from
Wichita to Carthage for St. Louis aud be
yond, or vice versa.
Train No. 1 arrives at Wichita daily at
6:t0 a. in. Train No. 2 leaves Wichita dail
ati):L'0p. m.
The i riseo lino offer this unsurpassed ser
vice in addition to tho Pullman Palaco cars
which will bo run daily on their trains,
three- and four, No. o leaving St. Louis at
S:23 j). in., and arriving at Wichita 5:."0 p.m.
No. 4 leaving Wichita 0:25 a. m., arriving at
St. Louis next moruiug at C:4o.
D. Wishaut, G. P. A.
F- D. Russell. St. Louis, Mo.
G. W. A., Wichita. Sl-tf
For Sale.
A good card cutter in first-class order.
Will sell cheap. Enquire at this oQicc. dS9-tf
Hydraulic Press Brick.
We have tho agency for the above named
press brick and can f uruLh them on hort no
tice to any contractor or builder. The best
brick in tho market for nice fronts of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jackson, rornor of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 Water
strect- dSotf
Piano Tuning.
J L. Sheldon, from Topeka. will tuue for
al who order per postal card or leave orders
a Thos. Shaw s music store, Main bt. 23-tf
Notice toTarjisntcrs and IJuilOor.
100,000 ixnmds sah weights from 4 1-2 lbs
to 10 Hk. at $1.;.", at Globe Iron Works
dS5-tf
Wanted.
Evervlady and cent in Wichita to know
that J. T. Holmes has the finest Berlin coach
and team in the city, especiallv adapted for
ladies calling. It is supplied -vvith bell, speak
ing tube, card case, hand mirror, etc., in
fact everything that goes to make up a first
class carriage. Telephone; Office No. 115
South Main street: residence 503 South Water
street d-107-tf J. T. Holmes.
For novelties in children's clothing go to
the Manhattan Clothing Co., 320 Douglas
avenue. dlWt
Grand opening of a new jewelrv store in
Wichita, Saturday Sept. 4th, at 120 North
Main st, first door north of postoffice. All
the latest novelties at lowest prices. AU
goods sold engraved frea of charge. Fine
watch repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
cuaranteed. R. Aelew Hall.
d!)2-tf
Hydraulic Pressed Brick.
The finest brick in the country for fronts of
buildings and residences. Also best qualities
common brick. Call at the Wichita Coal
and Fuel Co., 018 East Douglas avenue. Tele
phone S3. d-70-tf
Look Here.
We have just received the best "odorless
excavator' in the state, and are now pre
pared to clean vaults, cess pools, etc. : remove
dead animals, and everything pertaining to
a first-lass scavenger business. Parties need
ing their spring work done can drop a postal
tourton & Foster, Box 170, City. Tele
phone No. SX d61-tf
$100 Reward.
Stolen from Wichita, Sunday morning,
September 5th, 1880, one light sorrel horse,
sixteen hands nigh, several barbed wire cuts
on breast, bald faced, a little thick winded,
eight years old, shod all round. One light
bay horse, eight years old, about sixteen
hands high, star in forehead, one white hind
foot, fistula mark, weighs about 1,100 pounds,
trots in harness and paces under saddle, shod
all round. $25 dollars each for return of
horses, or $100 for horses and thief. Address
City Marshal, Wichita, Kansas. dOG-tf
Feeding Steers for Sale.
T-ro-n TiTinrlrwl hnnd of 3-vfiar-nlrl cTade
short-horn steers, good style and colors;
will weigh eleven hundred or more. Address
Geo. E. Rhodes, Anthony, Kan. d7Sw22tf
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received up to th9 10th
inst. for the erection and completion of a
two-story frame residence building for L. P.
Dniiflns. on lot 72. Waco avenue. Plans and
specifications can be seen at the office of Rush
& Gile, architects, at 12o East Uouglas ave
nue. ' d92-tf
Proposals for Music.
Prnmsnl! ivill bn received bv tho Arkan
sas Valley Agricultural society from brass
bands to furnish music during four days of
our fair, Sept. 21, 22, 21 and 24. Address
proposals to tho undersigned up to 1 o'clock
p. in. Sept. 11, low. v. iv. juituukll,
dl)5-tf Secretary.
Xioan Register.
Philadelphia, July 28, 18SG.
Wichita Eagle, Wichita, Kansas.
Gentlemen: We have seen one of your
Mortgago Loan Registers at the office of the
Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co., this
city, and shall be obliged if you will send this
company one similar in all respects at your
earliest convenience, and remain
Respectfully yours,
Theodore Fuothixgham,
dG5-tfs- Secretary.
Acre liots.
Acre lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision
one and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield University, the cheapest
and most desirable residence property in
Sedgwick county, terms easy. Enquire of
A. T. Owen, at Hattou& Ruggles, office over
Wichita Natianal bank, or Bayley, Bros. &
Co., 110 North Market street. dOO-tf
Druggists Statements.
Druggists' liquor statements can bo pro
cured at this oflico at $1 per thousand, post
age extra. d05-tf
A complete assortment of kilt suits for
children. Manhattan Clothing Co., 320
Douglas ave. dOJ-Ot
FAIR
OF THE
-:-Agricultural Society.
Sep. 20-24, '86.
-AT-
Wichita, - Kan.
immense Show of Cattle and
Products.
Arrangements have been made with
the Ft. Scott R. R to run trains to the
grounds. Street cars will also carry
passengers to and from the grounds.
Reduced rates of fare on all the rail
roads leading into the city.
EVERYBODY COME TO THEF AIR.
SANTA FE BAKERY
Established 1S72,
Is the Plsce to get Everything Kept in a
First-Class Bakery.
ECKAEDT & SCOTT, PRors.,
Dr. E. M. Conkliii,
OFFICE Cor. 21ain and Second Sts.
"Wicnita. - - Kansas.
Docs Rencral family practice. Klvinp particular at
tention to Obstetrics and Diseases ot i-omen and
children. My treatment of
INFLAMMATION.
ULCERATION,
DISPLACEMENTS
AND TUMORS OF THE VTOMU.
Lucorrl.ea, Painful and Irregular Menstruation, etc.
Is mild, not unpleasant, and Ls ery sueee-wful.
Pile. Fistula and other Rectal troubles speedily
cured.
Veneri.il and Private diaKo quickly cured and
their lad effects removed from the svstem without
the ue of llercurv or other injurious drujr.
I TREAT CANCER by the most approved methods
of eminent specialists, without usln- the knife, and
can guarantee a cure in most cases.
My experience In the treatment of Nervous d leas
es, such as EPILEPSY. St. VITUS DANCE. HYSTERIA
NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTR V
TION fromoernork and abuses of various kinds,
and numerous obscure and obstinate conditions, en
ables me to relieve nearly every case.
By aiding nature's efforts towards recovery, and
avoiding all harsh and Injurious drugs, I never in
Jure the mt delicate- person.
Office hour 9 to IJ;3u a. m., 1 to 5 and 60 to S p. m.
diO-lm
Drs. M. and H. BRANDOM,
Twin Brothers.
and Ear Infirmary
AND
Surgical Institute.
Formerly of Decatur III.
No. S3 East Douglas avenue, Wichita, Kansas.
CANCER CURED.
Dr. II. Brandom. one of the Twin Brothers, payi
special attention to the treatment of Cancer, having
cvatedla large number of cases with universal suc
cess, I feel it my duty to say to those suffering with
the oread disease Cancer, that I feel sure that I can
cure you, if not too far gone. Call before the system
becomes impregnated with the cancer virus. o
''""HT required until cancer Is removed.
triwU i5F JoxU. ' case treated and cured:
Herman Funke. Wichita. Kan; Arthur J. AWerson.
tEoJ.7w?.7 $n Whltten; Rom. Kan.: AdaajJ
olf Oatviiie, Kan Henry Rhleas. Oatrille. Kan. 1
d
Arkansas Valley
s&y oiaKv
IV
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And Soon to Arrive.
WAIT FOE THEM.
-:-Dress Goods Direetfrom Paris-:-
-:-Qpera Goods Direet fromBerlin-:-
Ladies Wraps Direet from Paris
--:--and Berlin.--:-
1 And Much the Largest Line of
Ameriean --:-- Novelties
In Dress Goods Ever Offered by
o This House o
We have searched the markets for
NEW -:-:- PATTEEKS
In Carpets and Curtains.
Brussels Point Curtains, Silk
Curtains, and all the new
Novelties in Curtains.
in Stylish
CARP ET
New Effects That Are Very Nobby.-
No pains have been spared by us in securing Latest Styles in
Every Department.
NEW'YOEK STOEE,
BOSTON
O
argams ior
Ready for the Fall Trade
To prove that our buyers have spent their
time judiciously among the mills and
importing houses the past 60 days,
we offer the following bargains:
"We have secured 3 lots of
Black Silk
which has been retailed at S1.50,
$1.75 and $2.25, we place the en
tire shipment on sale, Choice for
98 cents.
Don't fail to see this extraordi
nary purchase whether you buy
or not.
Largest line of Plushes, Velvets
Velveteens, Astracans and Dress
Trimmings in every design at
prices that defy competition.
Thursday, Sep. 9,
We place on our counters 96
dozen Ladies Kid Gloves, rangH
ingin price from $1, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.25, in Blacks, Tans
and Operas, an sizes and styles,
Tour choico, that day only, 49a
This sale has never been
equalled.
In our next advertisement we will quote
prices that will astonish the closest buyer.
WALLENSTEIN & COHN,
Tireless and Restless Workers for Trade.
W
Patterns
5
STORE
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me mil
s
S.
On same day and date we offer
you 75 dozen Gents Colored Bor
ders, Hemstitched Linen Hand
kerchiefs, the cheapest has never
been offered for less than 50c,
we give you choice of selection
for 23 cents.
A full line of
Sehool Supplies
always on hand at the Boston
Store, One Slate and ten Slate
pencils for 5c. A Scholar's Com
panion 3a Tablets 4c upward.
Boots and Shoes.
Our new department which, is
full and replete with all styles at
prices in proportion to our other
lines
Our blankets, Flannels, Ladles,
gents and childrens underwear,
Men's overshirts, shawls, hosiery
and cloaks are arriving daily.
s
- Veritable
FOB WICHITA.
THE ENTERPRISE.
For the next Two Weeks will place such a Low Figure on
all remaining
Summer '.'. Goods.
That every Customer taking advantage of this Sale
Will Speak of
-:-THE :-: ENTERPRISE-:-
For Many Days to Come,
NOT AN
SUMMER .-. GOODS
MUST BE LEFT.
I need all the room I can get for
Fall Goods and Novelties for Fair Week,
Which I purchased while in New York and which are
arriving daily by the car load.
.A. G-LUIOZ:.
109 DOUGIiAS AYEISTUE.
Grand Opening
Of cases of. New Clothing, Hats and Fur
nishings every day in the week. We have
UNAPPROACHABLE
bargains in odd suits and boys and children's
clothing. Come and see us.
BITTING BBOS.,
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
N. B. Received twelve cases of Stylish Stiff Hats at $1 each
Regular price everywhere double that amount.
OHIO t WESTERN MORTGAGE AND TRUST CO.,
CAPITAL, $100,000.
Farm Mortgages, No Delays.
Interest at JLrowest Rates.
ACT AS TItUSTnES FOH COI'.POItATIO.VB. Qp-PAI'.T.N'IS!ISH!I,, KSTATIS AiM IStnTlJiVMH.
INTEREST PAID ON' DEPOSITS
DAVID r.OUISOS. JU., Pkesjdcnt. Toledo, Ohio. JAMES J. nOBItOif. mnrrxnr
ROBISOKf BROS.,
BANKERS.
Government Municipal and County Bonds Bought and Sold.
CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED,
R03IS0N BROS., 127 MAIN ST.
The Nicest Lots In the City are in
HIBARGER'S -:-ADDITION,
Eetween Park: and Tenth Streets, west of "Washington Avenuo
Prices Low and Terms Easy.
BUNNELL cl MOREHOUSE,
SOLE AGENTS.
ZIMMERLY'S ADDITION.
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they are cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and large brick
School house in connection. For further in
formation call at 6 1 l S Market st.
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Mine
OUNCE OF
FANCY
GOODS
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