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S&c Wticfcit xil&:rt&wW8i Stptzmbtx 17, 1886.
Slaiwitle
M. M. Mt'KIIOCK IlltO.. Proprietor.
KEAti KSTATE TltAXSFfiKS.
Tho following aro tho real estate transfers
recorded in fia oIl;e of register of doadi yes
terday: W rarkcr to W S Sir.ilb, w hi lot o,
blk o, Perry add :.
H Schweiter to Y S Ingram, bog 1147
ft v of ne cor 28-27-1 o, thence w ITS
ft, s 420 ft o 21 ft, ne to beg;
J D Hewitt to AV S Sinith.lots 1 l-i:j-15-17,
Allen's 2nd add
FA Williams to A C Ullery, u !i of ne
qr oo-2S-lv
J Rosenthal to Ii U Stiles, lots 11K5, 1!,
yfKV SO ttovulhal's snb-div. ilvcrs
1000
231
1000
1GO0
& Snyder's oufc lots &0
J E Caldwell to II G l.ee, lot ISO,
Church st
A Aspey to M JUloser, lot :!, Mam st.
A G Leo to J 15 Caldwell, lot Wo.
Church st
Geo iiaylord to JI rt Hacker, mv qr of
se qr of so qr. 14-27-1 e
II L Writt to G D Beard, lots 7, J', Lo
cust st, Park Place add
G F Dorr to J Starr, lots 1. :!. r, 7, U,
31, K5, 15, 17, li), Fifth ave add
O Salonioubki to M B Bruggomau, lot
:, Locust ft, Park Place add
G F Dorr to J J Starr, lots 15, 17, Park
Place ave, llcrsev's add
R E Lawrence to M A Falkcraberg, lot
20 Dodge ave. Lawwntv's 2d add
W Mathewson-'to V W Wikking, Jot ft
Wabash ave. Mathewson's 2d add..
F R Haygood to L E Pond, s hf of no
qr20-25-lw
500
3000
500
:J250
700
1500
400
1000
:?50
$14,300
To the Editor of the Eagle
Xot remembering to have teen anything
from the pen of your critic, or, for that mat
ter from tho pen of any newspaper writer of
the state approaching the genuine genius and
melody of years "for those who felt it,'' I
protest against the intermeddling of tho un
appreciative. Ladt Reader.
Last evening as tho K. of P. band was
marching down Topeka avenue, past the
house of Ad N. Jones, they were called in by
this gentleman and given quite a delightful
treat. After wnich they had the pleasure of
listening to some fine music and songs by
Miss Care, of St. Louis, and by a quartette
composed of Messr.. Bracken, Hay-;, Baldwin
and Howes. The boys were highly delighted
with their entertainment a'n J will ever re
lipmber th"ir genial hot with pleasure.
I'OJ.ICE COU.'JT.
Da id Pigott and G cargo Lee li-ul lxvu
drunk the day before, and when the charge
was made against them in court yesterday
morning both plead gt::ly and were fined $5
each. Lee paid his iiiu and was dismKel;
Pigott, however, had no money and wn. com
mitted. Maud Lamble for being a prolitiUe iurnul
in a fine of f 10.
THE NATION.
Mr. Grattan informs us that hia new ma
terial is ull on hand, but as the whole paper,
advertisements and ali iu to bo set up 'this
week and printers are scarce in town, it will
be impoible for him to get out a paper this
week, but next week and from that on every
thing will move right along regularly, and
tho Nation will appsar every Friday rnorji-
A NEWSI'AlT.i: MAN.
Mr. F. I j. Marshall, traveling correspond
ent for tho New York World and the St.
Louis Poat-I)ispat"h, arrived in the city last
night. Hewa here six years ago and ex
presses himself as agreeably surprised at the
wonderful growth of the city. lie is here for
tho purpose of giving the city a write up of
two or three columm which v. ill be publish
ed in both the papers ho represents. His
article will bo given gratis. lie expects to
remain in the city until next week.
LEANS VV. TATS.
To the IMltor ot tile K.igle.
The fat fellow bare playing a splendid game
of ball with their mouths, but havo demon
strated their'inability to play ball a little bit
in the field. After tho result of the last
game it would seem cruel for the leans to give
them another drubbing. To give tho fats an
other change, wo will play thorn an old fash
ioned game of 'bull pen," at tho fairgrounds
at a time to be hereafter agreed upon.
This may bo hard on the- fats, but it will
afford fun for the boys and funds for the
home. W. E. Stanley.
THIKK CAUfiHT.
Detective McMahan arrived yesterday
with Albert E. Thurman who it will be re
membered slolo two, gold watches at the
Fisher boarding house somo weeks ago. Tho
prisoner .says he walked from this city to
Andover on the night he stole the watches
and there took tho train for Carthage, Mis
souri. Tho watch he had which belonged
to Mr. Martin ho traded to the conductor on
the train for six dollars and a half which w as
tho price of his ticket. He went from
Carthage to Fort Smith, Arkansas, where
ho was captured. He was at work in the
Boston Clothing store. He had there put up
the gold watch belonging to John Gaffney,
which brought $1,100 at the Catholic fair
last fall, for 10. It will be recovered in a
few days.
CAMr-riKi:.
Garfield pot will hold a camp-lire on
Thursday evening, September 23d, 1SS0, to
which tho public is invited. After the sup
per those who de-Ire to dam-c will have an
opportunity to do so. A .special e.Tort will
b.-Mnade to so entertain all who may attend
that they will want thi post to hold these
camp-fires more frequently. The following
gentlemen have tho matter in charge:
Committee on camji-fire Comrades, John
Fisher, Abe Wriirht, F. J. Arnold, J. D.
Caldwell and Alfred Ratzoll.
Floor managers H. D. Heiserman, John
Doran, Murry Myors. Chas. Ilatton and H.
W. Kcndle.
Committee on music, programe and print-
d ii r Vi 7 -it-,.- f
mg, B. H. Downing and J. O. llkm-on.
: t
A PRESENTATION.
James Kearns, tho popular city marshal
was yesterday morning tho recipient of a
handsome revolver and belt tilled with cart
ridges. It is a Smith & AVesson, 4S calibre,
ivory handled, Mlver mounted, and carved
with tho inscription: "To Jimmie Kearns
from the boys, Wichita. Kansas." With the
gift was the following letter:
To James Ke.irni!, City Marshal.
In recognition of your valliaut and effic
ient services to tho city in general, and us in
particular, allow us to present this testimo
nial of our rriendship and regard. Frank S.
Burt, G. A. English, E. J. Baettie, E. J.
Johnson, Kansas Furniture Co., B. Herucs,
T. Lilly, Ben Heimeu, John Sullard, Tom
McFamara, Rhodes & Clayton, Frank E.
Brown, Chas. Fou, Frimas & Drake, E. C.
Hodgor, J. A. Gleasou, John White, Walter
Gibbs, Tom Fahey, William Dane, A. C.
Gants, S. Galistine, Thomas Mahan, Welling
ton Hanson.
PERSONAL
W. S. Reed of West Salem, Ohio,
is in
the city.
J. C. McClelland and F. M. Tall of King
man, were in tho city. .
Mrs. MeKim, wife of the genial host of
the Tremont i very sick.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lighter, of Rich
mond, Ky., are in the city.
Henry Le Briton, wife and child from
New Kiowa, stbnnad in th3 city today.
T. L. Moone and W. W. Richardson are
in the city the guests of the Manhattan.
Miss Addie Ordway. daughter of Dr. S.
S. Ordway, arrived yesterday from Iowa
where she ha been attending a female semi
nary. Mr. Alonzo Diahman, a promiuenl and
brilliant young attorney of Wellington,
came up to Iho city last evening on profec
sional business. He "made the Eagle a pleas
ant visit IjsI night will return home this
morning.
James McConachie, a popular and well
known j-oung man of this city, formerly
clerk at the real estate oflico of Hotchkiss &
Wheeler, left last night for Arkansas City to
accept a position in the new shoe store of
Sam D. Stover.
THE FAIK.
To the Editor cf the Eagle
Please say to those who reside on the Wich
ita & Colorado railroad between Wichita
and Hutchinson, that tho tnjjn that leaves
Wichita at 1 o'clock p. m. wifil leave Wichita
at 3:50 and west Wichita at 4 o'clock sharp,
on Wednesday, Thursday 'and Friday of next
week (fair days), provided twenty or more
persons come down on the morning train to
attend the fair. This rill afford persons as
fir west as Hutchinson to attend tho fair and
return home the tame day.
D. A. Mitchell, Sec'y.
SEUEXADKD.
Last evening at 8;30 the K. of P. band sere
naded Hon. John G. CarlNIe at the residence
of his son, W. K. Carlisle, on North Emporia
avenue. After the boys had played one of
those delightful pieces of muic for which
they are noted, Mr. Carl We appeared on the
front norch with his sou and stated that ha
would be glad to make a speech, but on ac
count of hi Wwin2ss from long travel and
work of the da' hf hopj.l they would excuse
him. lie .oul.l. however, be glad to be in
iioduced to them and invited them all into
the house.
After an introduction another piece of
music .an playcd.in the parlor, during which
a party of ladies an I gi-nt'enim under escort
of Messrs Frank Smith and Fred Bentlcy,
came up on horseback to pay their respects
to the city's honored guest.
PKOIIIB1TIONISTS.
The Prohibitionists met at Memorial hall
yesterday afternoon for tho nomination of
county officers and representatives from the
eighty-second, cighty-1 bird and eighty-fourth
districts.
About one hundred ixsrcons were present,
one-fourth, at least, being women. The
meeting was called to order ut 2:30. Col.
Thos. Edminson. of Grant township, was
elected president anil W. H. Hanson, secre
tary. Tho following oflircr were then nominated:
Dr. Johnson, lepra. eiitative from eighty-second
district: W. P.. Graham from the eighty
third, and Rev. A. II. Parker from the
eighty-fourth; 1. P. Ci':rboll, county attor
ney; B. II. Fi-.li r, 5'i-obaJe judge; Mrs. M. E.
Lease, county tup rintendeut; W. H. Ran
son, dWiict clerk; M. M. Doraian. commis
sioner from third distiict.
Owin to th ,-i j, of the town and great
difficulty in finding people, hereafter all bills
not paid by tho 5th of tha month will be sent
by mail, and tho parti"" will be expected to
call in and settle .same.
dHM-31 Bljsant & MArnrir.vs.
Ihinehij: Arti-li-my.
Les,ons for ladies and gentlemen Tuesday
and Thursday evening at 8 o'clock; for ladies
and children, on Tuesday Thursday and Sat
urday afternoons at -1 o'clock. Scholars will
be received at any tim?. OfliT at Shaw's
music store. (1104-3 1
Thf "Eagb" steamboat willjleavejthe wharf
at the foot of Oak streot at 7 o'clock every
evening. dlOtCt
Drcssm.-.klnsr.
Mrs. L. J. Noel wishes to inform her friends
and patrons that she can now be found at
324 South Main street. d 104-1 1
Partner Wanted
To take a half interest in a well established
dry goods and grocery business located in
one of tho best towns in Sumner county;
stock will invoice between five and six hun
dred dollars. Address dry goods, Eagle of
fice, Wichita. dl04-ot
The O. C. Udall flour at Williums & Ncss
lcy gives universal satisfaction. dl02tf
Hydraulic Press ISrick.
We have the agency for the above namod
press brick and can furnish them on short no
tice to anjr contractor or builder. The best
brick iu the market for nice fronts of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jackson", corner of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 Water
street. d35tf
Piano Tuning.
L. Sheldon, from Topeka, will tuno for
al who order per postal card or leave orders
fl TVina ftllOtr iJ fmiLin cri-rws fntn t4- f
a Thos. Shaw s music store, Main st.
Notice,
Mrs. Blackburn & Van Dorn, studio at 223
Douglas ave., will give instructions m cameo
oil paiutiug all hours in tho da', Luster paint
ing Monday's, Kensington Tuesday's, china
Wednesday's, Araseno Thursday's, Friday,
ribbon work, Flowers and moleska, Saturday
French docorating. Order work a specialty.
Call at our studio and investigate. Agents
wanted. dl02-12t
Notice to Carpenters and Builders.
100,000 pounds sash weights from 4 1-2 lbs.
to 10 lbs. at 1.75, at Globe Iron Work.
dS5-tf
Wanted.
Everv ladv and gent in Wichita to laiow
that J. T. llolmes has the finest Berlin coach
and team in tho city, especially adapted for
lomes calling, it is supplied witu bell, speak-
I ing tube, card cac, hand mirror, etc. in
fact overythinc that sroes to make ud a first-
j class carriage. Telephone; Oflico No. 115
" -Iaia reet: residence .0o South ater
street. d-107-tf J. T. Holmes
i-uum,
Choice residence lots in Hinton's addition.
j lrge inut ana shade trees. Oalv three
oiocia irom uougias avenue.
On nndn li.ilf
DiocKs irom the ilunt ward school house.
For sale cheap, one-third cash, balanco on
time at S per cent, interest. Applv soon as
they will not be long on the mark'et. P. V
Healy. d30-tf
Ir. C. C. Furlcy.
Contintues iu tho regular practice of medicine
and surgerv.
Ollicom Fmley budding, opposite the Man
hattan. Residence, 1014 North Lawrence avenue.
Telephone No. 11C. d52-tod-2m
u.i.v. itiuimn """"'. iniMujuuacsoa, ;
and am readv to nMiina inv business.
101-tit R. Matthews.
Ttflejilione your
hack or livcrv.
orders to
Freeman for
dTO-tf
Owing to the protracted illness of A. A.
Hyde he has employed II. J. Harding to look
after tho interests of Merriman Turk. Ke
will be found at STr. Hyde's desk in Hydes &
Humblo's stationery store. Parties who have
been waiting for the past month to select
their lots in this most delichtful part of Col
lege Hill can now call on. ilr. Harding.
dSO-tf
Twenty aenn of choico land on College
Hill for sale. See A. L. Austin at his resi
dence on Central avenue. 103-tf
A chance for a bargain in a fina trrcnty
acre tract of land on College HilL Call on
A. L. Austin who is going to California. 103tf
Stolen Horses.
I havo in my possession two horses sup
posed to bo stolen, described as follows:
One sorrel hoj 15 1-2 hands high,braadeJ
2R, on left shoulder. One brown or black
horse, about 1 or 9 years old, 15 Ji anils high,
white strip iu face, a very little white on one
tuna toot, iiotii good work horses.
The above described horses wero taken
from two men that are no'.v in jail for horse
stealing, .and I think they belong about
Wichita. Inquire at this oilice. d!02-4t
Wurst.
Parties wishing to procure fresh Knoblauch
wurr. call at 321, East Douglaso meat mar
ket. dlOl-St S. S. H.
link.
Will sell mill: at 4 cents ier quart at the
milk dewt 207 East Douglas avenue. d5S-tf
Excursion.
Parties contemplating attending tho va
rious excursions will do well to call at the
Wichita Trunk Factory, No. 1 25 West Doug
las avenue, and provide themselves with a
substantial trunk, valise, satchel or hand
basket. . d'JO-lm
For your traveling equipments call at the
Wichita Trunk Factory, No. 125 West Doug
la? avenue, and you can procure anything
you need at very reasonable price. d90-lm 1
Something Special
In Norwich, tho. young railroad center
choice business lots trom one hundred and
thirty dollars upwards. Terms, half down,
balanco on time.
Two railroads already there, a third -rejected.
Great demand for buildings.
For particulars call upon, or write to
F. W. Hawkes.
d97-12t Norwich Hotel, Norwich.
Boys, if you want tho best velocipedo ever
made, come and see us. We have lots of
thorn, and cheap, at Tho Fair. d 101-5 1
lied need Excursion ltates.
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 SG.a5
with 50 cents additional for admission ticket
to fair grounds. The Fort Scott train for
Kaucas City leaves Wichita 8:00 p. iu. Three
nours later tnan tue canta ie tram ana ar
rives at Kansas City 0:15 a. m. Making tho
run two uours ana lorty 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 18th to 20th at rates as
low as tho lowest. In this connection it
bhould be remembered tint tho Wichita com
maudry Knights Templar have contracted to
go in a" body to St. Louis over tho Fort
Scott and Missouri Pacific roads. Join the
procession and go with tho Knights.
To St. Louis fair, October 2nd to Sth, at
one fare for the round trip.
To Quaker meeting at Plaiafield, Indiana.
Tickets will bo sold to Plaiafield, Danville or
Indianapolis, Indiana, Sept. Oth, 7th, 10th
and 11th at 21.00.
To Quaker meeting at Richmond, Indiana,
September 10th, 11th, 17th and 18th 23.00.
For tickets and other information apply to
EASmith, commercial agent, 100 Main streot,
or at depot office; First and Wichita streets.
C. E. Rector, D. F. & P. Agent, d90-tf
St
Madame Sartelkrfrom Kansas City, has
located at No. 118 West Douglas avenue,
room 17. The Madamo is a mini reader, re
vealing tho past and future. She invites all
to call and see her. dl0O4t
Kansas City Intcr-SUtc Fair.
The Fort Scott road will sell round trip
tickets to Inter-State Fair at Kansas City,
September 13th to 18th, tickets good to re
turn until September l'Jth, at one faro for
round trip. Elegant reclining chair cars
free, and Pullman Sleeper, leaving Wichita
at 8 p. m. arriving at Kan .as City 0:10 a. m.
without change of car.. Train returning
leaving Kansas Citv 0:20 n. in. arriving in
Wichita 8:15 a. in." Tickets on sale at 100
Main street aud depot at Second aud Wichi
ta streets. d'JJ-tf
Fort Scott lUilroad.
On Sept. 10th and llth, tho Fort Scott
railroadVill sell round trip tickets to In
dianapolis at rate of $21.00. And on Sept.
10th, llth. 17th ami 18th to Richmond, Ind.,
at 23.00. Elegant reclining chair cars
through to Kansas City and Si;. Louis with
out change. Elegant Pullman sice or on
evening train to Kansas City. Choico of
lines from Kansas City and St. Louis aud
close connections mads with all trains.
Tickets on sale and information regarding
routes and accommodations cheerfully given
at city ticket oilice, 100 Main street, and
depot ticket office. Second anil Wichita
street. dOO tf
Dr. Dean's dental rooms will be closed un
til the second week in October. Gone on a
trip east. dl03-3t
Sloncy to Loan at Sight.
I can closo a good city loan at lowest rates
in three hours any day in the week. S. W.
Cooper, 137 Main street d-SO-tf
Proposals for Music.
Proposals will be received by tho Arkan
sas Valley Agricultural society from brass
bauds to furnish music during four days of
our fair, Sept. 21, 22, 23 and 24. Address
proposals to the undersigned up to 1 o'clock
p. m. Sept. 11, 1SSG. D. A. MrrcnxLL,
d05-tf Secretary.
Second Social.
Prof. Fischer's dancing academy will take
place Friday, September 17th, at G. A. R.
hall. Scholars will bo received at any time.
Office hours at Shaw's music store at 10, 12
and 2 o'clock. dl02-3t
There is a great run on
liam & IN'essoj'3-
tho
O. C. at Wil
dlfcJtf To the Public.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs. Winch
has purchased tho entire Turkish bath rooms
formerly operated by Dr. J. D. Purdy and-it
will still continue at tho same place,3:Jl "West
Douglas avenue. Special attention tciveu to
ladies. dl02-Ct
Diamonds. Lowest prices, at Hall's jewel
ry store, 12t5 North Main street. dlftMrit
Gents and ladies' watches at Hall's jewelry
store. V20 North Main streot. dl03-12t
For Sale.
One 13-horso power traction self-guiding
engine and separator in good running order,
cbeap for cash or one-third cash balance on
time. Will trade for real cbtaW with one
third cash. For further particulars enquire
at Citizen office. dl03-ot
Silver aud plated ware, lowest prices, at
Hall's jewelry store, Y26 North Main street
Thegenuiuo 1S47 Rogers Bro.' knives,
forks and spoons, at Halls jewelry store, 1213
North Main street. d 103-1 2t
Williams & Xessly offer a special premium
of two hundred pounds of flour, "O. C.'
brand, Udall Mills valued at 6,) for the best
loaf of bread made from this brand. XX3
West Douglas avenue. dlftMf
All goods warranted as represented or
money refunded, at Hall's jewelry store, 120
North" Main street " dl02-12t
Try the O. C. Udall flour
Nesslev.
Williams &
d!02tf
For Sale.
A good card cutter in first-clas order
Will -ell cheap. Enquire at this office. d&J-tf
Drncekts' Statements.
Dmc-frists' lifinor snt-m;nf rvin Ko n-n
I -v- A-w. ...u....., vjr-
i age extra. cOt-Vif
eurcu at uns omseac $t per tnousana,
A Card.
Mrs. Blackburn & Van Dora, of Detroit,
Mich., are pleased to announce to the pubbc
that they hare opened an art studio at 223
Douglas" ave., where instructions will be
given every hour in the day bv competent
teachers. Also keep on hand a full stock of
artist's material. We solicit your patronage.
dlOQ-lit
See premium of William & Jiesslev for the
best loaf of bread made from the po'pular O.
C. Udall flour. dlCCtf
m
LUES
And Soop to Arrive.
WAIT FOE THEM.
-:-Dress Goods Direct from Paris-:--:-Qpera
Goods Direct fromBerliB-:-Ladies
Wraps Direet from Paris
--:--and Berlm.--:-
And Much the Largest Line of
American --:-- Novelties
In Dress Goods Ever Offered by
-ri t t
o 1 nis
We have searched the markets for
NE-:-:- PATTEENS
In Carpets and Curtains.
Brussels Point Curtains, Silk
Curtains, and all the new
Novelties in Curtains.
in Stylish
C A R
P
New Effects That
No-pains have .been spared by us in securing
Every Department.
NEW YORK STORE,
B"
0 s
Priees Tell and People Tell the Prices
Big
prices will not do i-n these times when even the wealthy cannot afford to
money and the poor require double duty of every dollar and every penny,
we throw out to the people of Wichita
at prices never before offered by
Blankets !
Pull size White Blankets at 1.28, 1.03, 2.59 and 2.69. .An extra size strictly all wool, white, red and blue blankets, never before of tared
for less than $5.00, our price 3.18. You ask, how can wesell themso cheap. Our reply is, we bought thsm direct from the mill in Janu
ary last before the advance in woolens. In addition to our lines of white and scar blankets we have an Immense line oj. blue, brown and
silver grey blankets that range from 69c a pair and upward. An inspection of our blanket department means sure sales.
Comforts f
In this line we propose positively
we cannot store them alL
Flannels !
Again we intend to lead. Our Flannel Stock has been selected with the greatest care so to have tne best quality for the least money.
We have every grade of plain and triUed, scarlet, white, blue, grey, shaker and opera. As the line is so extensive, we have i not the space
to qrfote prices, but will assure you TO LOOK IS TO BUY. An extra weight fancy Flannel in pin checks, broken plaids, decided cneckb at
20cper yard. Equal it if you can for less than 30c. Our full 5 ounce fancy flannel in every desirable shade, that cannot be matched for
less than 40c , we place before you at 29c. Ask your neighbor what he or 3ne think3 of that price.
Cantons !
Everv mill has been searched closely by OUR BUYERS and we know our figures cannot be equaled. We start that line at 5c per yard
and place for your inspection our 7 1-2, 9 and 10c goods that are considered cheap by our competitors at an advance of 25 per ct.
-:- CLOAKS .-' AND -. WRAPS -:-
This deprrtment shall be a special feature in our store this fall, and we have carefully calculated each and every garment, blacln?? on
them astaple margin that wulastonish the closest buyer. We have bought the entire lot at one-half the manufactures cost which e take
pleasure inquotingtoyou. Ourchildren's garments we will start at the marvelously low price of 19c a garment, cannot be bougntb any
competing house at $lf Anallwool black diagonal Newmarket 58 inches long, handsome plait, in allsizes: usual price universally Sfi, our
price $3.93. Our line of short wrap3, short jackets, newmarkets, seal plush saques, no matter what, the price will be proportionately, as
BOOTS .- AND
irht,. nnnmnf n,i,nnnnH n tvianacf. t-nrn -nrooiro anfi -aril 1 irivp ?q.Tne cnual attention ,iqtall other uenartments.
okUheyoung, the middle-aged and all who will favoruswith a cali,forless money than any house in this city. Our hand tur Ladies
Curoso and Brazilian kid. we of f er at $2.73, price everywhere $3.50. We cannot name all our bargains in thi3 line a3 they w ouid occupy too
Ladies'
Here we are certainlv headauarters and can show more styles, and larger quantities than any house In the west. Strictly all wool scar
Let Shirts "usual Se75c ourpriceJc; heavy all wool scarlet shirts, sold everywhereSl, our price 73a Ladies sear Merino cashmere,
CmiShScohftha?' wnf pleafe the eye in quality and fit the purse in price., The above department awaits your 'careful examina
tion.
"We would gladly enumerate ;
COME TO THE BOSTON STORE.
tSetonovSSasof St?Snied hats wltffaUtbe new designs ta feathers, tips and pmmes. "tfe have every shade of Saxonr anutalt-
ting worsted manufactured.
WALLBNSTBIN & COHN, gSRoffiSfSltiSSSal
ON THE IT
nouse
-o
Patterns
E
TS
Are Very Nobby.
Latest
Styles in
&
N
Blankets !
Comforts !
to have no competition. We have
Our nrices ranee at 73. 93. 1.13. 1.33, 1.69.
never be shown again
Flannels !
Cantons !
UtlKcty fctS UUl J.WU
much sp?.ce- "We invite comparison and defy competition.
Gents' and
FIRST CALI
TO THE
Feast of
-:-THE :-:
My Fall Stock being now in I am prepared to show an excel
lent assortment at prices unequaled in the city.
"T f A T"0
Vy
i-fVyjrvo
In Ladies' Misses' and Childrens' Sizes.
H sier.y and Undbrwear
In Ladies' Gents' and Childrens' Sizes.
CORSETS ! -:- CORSETS !
The largest assortment in the city. 40 different styles.
Gents' Wear! -:- Gents' Wear!
A Complete Line.
I make a specialty of all the above goods as I keep no dress goods
whatever, therefore devote my whole attention to
everything in the fancy line. '
Special Sale
Of 50 Dozen Heal Irish Point Lace Collars only 18a cheap at 50c,
A..GL1JICK.
ClfTCDDDKC
109 DOUGLAS AVENUE-
Grand
Of cases of New Clothing, Hats
nishings every day in
UNAPPROACHABLE
bargains in odd suits and boys and childrens
clothing. Come and see" us.
BITTING BROS.,
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
N. B. Received twelve cases of Stylish Stiff Hats at $1 each
Regular price everywhere double that amount.
and Sedgwick county the
any concern in the state
now in stock over Fifteen Hundred
1.89 and 2.48. Such values were
when this lot Is closed.
WJ.1J lUl uuiiuicu.
Misses' Underwear,
Fal
Bargains
AT
ENTERPRISE
tf
AND WRAPS
FRIDAY and
SATURDAY.
FAtfCY
GOODS
Opening
and Fur-
the
week. We have
R , E
T
waste their w
hence
following goods
of Kansas
Blankets !
Comforts !
Comforts and go they must, as
never berore snown ana iiKeiy win
Flannels !
Cantons !
vecan shoe the
SHOES
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