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M. M.MURDOCK & BBO.,
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TRir lO CALIFORNIA:
V.'iiat we jcw jh
HOW WE VERS TRj'.ATRD.
Cou I iicj of Emji
Ct:- St. Ciaiu of Ri-U IM.iliw.
. y.( iroriul Hsll. Slocday EtcnlJn;,
rpUP.NEirS OPERA UOUftE.
OucnIc.ul asid Saturday TKatlnii-. wJiiincBi-Iug
MONDAY, OC10UER IStli.
Sfcoisit Orai.d Annual Tour of
.. It. WILRUR.'
CclebrateJ LYCEUM THEATRE COMl'AXY.
Under the Haiisgci-ent or
Kll II. A. WIUCIIAM.
Rcorsanked and Strcnslhcned.
A consolidation or dramatic talent uncuualed.
Ironou.-ul by the pi oei. of the who Kiiuorvtote
Hie most complete argn nidation m the road pla lug
11 ulnr prices, .no
aim. or SAVOY
L.E DE'l J-trj JVJ:
auuniay '"'"""i'ink b'oii:.'os
fcaturdavi'iirVco,:: i. m ...lIlUliEXnASU
Adinlsnli-10 and a) cents. ....,
At tho matinee a iK'autlful .loll valued at SlOi.iH
ju cat'jrtiay niiu i..uii'n -. ,. ,, .T.
tron repoi toirc v. ill U' rrctented:
Twluv Tltkl.i O
A unmix .. ......... ,rr"i. t T
jt..i..t, ...-it i. . n..ftii.i itw tL-ii iiiimlif ts.
Itemed Aat8 Union lleHjl 0lce without x
tra chni v. Two reserve Kile will open I ridaj inoin
tw. .Yuid the rush and icteric jour scats ad
vance. alURXER'S OPERA HOUSE.
U 31. C:tAWroi:ii, Manager.
Jlr.Ki'KCSiiciit Extraordinary of
3IRS. :iAUTIIA F. STEEN,
Ul Ixir.In, England, ami her -nmpa:iy of Ec?ll;li
imdiutn" in a ltelliotw lllu.iti.-uud Lcctiuo on
llrs. f-.tttn v.Illpiescnt to the KOpIeof Wichita an
enti.-o lie-..- line of ninnilet.tations noer
In-fine K'en on any public t.toge, U.-I3R
no cabinet .hatever.
AdaiMivii, 2T, t-0 and 75i-. No txtt.t cliarco for re
m'.-v ed fctat-.. 1 icU-ts on sale .st the usual place.
To the Voters of Scdgi ie:c County.
1 am a caudidato for llio ofilco of county
suixjrintcndent, uljjcct to the decision of the
j)ccplo at tlio polls. Men Lavo been giycn
lucrative oiik-cs in this county became tiiey
vin.l!s-nlil.Hi in the service of tho country.
if ii.i hn ihf ciodciitial for office. Ikfl-
f.iilim- mid lirotAiprs ontlie field of battle v.iio
fell in defence of tho Union, and because of
their irreparable loss, my il!0i0 lue a-pira-licns
and ambitions v ere forever disaLletl,
ve;i r.ti education wa" obtained by a terrible
stvugslo against fearful odd1;. rlhe lidd of
occupation for women is Ihr.iUd, though the
Iiarvolcrs arc many, x rcspecutuiy asu uui
upi'o.t on the ground of intrit alone.
Sins. 21. E. Lease.
To tho Editcr of the Eagle:
TIpaso announce tr. W. Steenrod a.a cau-
fli.l.itit fnr l?inroseiitativoof the burd Dibtrict,
ciiit- in thp ilprfsion of the feonle at the
At the Grand Army of the Re
Governor Martin. Ex-Minister to CJiili,
Thomas. A. Osuorn, Congress
As heretofore nnnouuvied, a lively and in
ptructive Republican campaign meeting will
bo called to order this eveuiug at 7:30 o'clock
sharp, which will be addressed by several
gentlemen in short, telling .speeches. Some
.six or soveu speakers have been designated by
the state central committee, but our con
gressman, Judge Peters. er-Govemor Thos.
A. OJiorn and Gov. Martin will be at the
hall without fail.
Everybody invited especially the ladie?.
Thursday night shortly after Mr. 1'ost, the
pawnbroker, had retired ho was awoke by a
loud knocking upon the front door of his res
idence. Upon inquiring who was there, ho
was told a man who wished to see him upon
important business. Kent first refused to
open the door, but at last after receiving the
assurance from tho party outside that he was
alone and that "it was ail right,'" Mr. Fost
partly opened the door and was told that the
lato victor wanted to get out of his i-afo a
watch which was pawned soins time before,
as he was going away early in the morning.
Mr. Post refused to go to
the store and unlock it at that lime of the
night. The stranger per-istcd, but finally
.said he v.ould be around in the morning.
Mr. Poat glanced from the window and saw
standing in front of his house a naci: li
which were one or two persons.
No one appeared during yesterday to claim
the watcli as promised the night lief ore; nor
docs the pawnbroker s book .show that auy
person giving the same name as tlr lato
visitoi had one there.
The men, it is thought by the police, in
tended to gain entrance to tho store, have
the safe unlocked, grab what it contained,
and make away before an alarm could be
A SANTA I'K 3IASHri
Yesterday a miscalculation caused three
cars to be wrecked on tho Santa Fe a short
distance south of Douglas avenue. A north
bound freight car had stopped across the
avenue, and when tho customary five minutes
had expired it was not ready to pull oui. and
tho train was cut into allowing travel. Uns
placed the south end of the train too near a
switch to allow another to pas from tne
main track to it. This was not observed,
however, and tho yard engine attempted to
place a number of cars on the .switch. Two
of tho cars of tho moving train were derailed
and one turned bottom np to the rain. Both
of them were loaded with apples. It is need
less to say that the street gamins antiulcer
eyed loughs soon heard of the unfortunate
condition of the apples and went immediate
ly to lend assistance. Tha caboose on tho
stationary train was considerably damaged.
The accident occurred near 10 o'clock in
the morning, and in a few hours all the
hacks were cleared and business resumed.
LOOKING TOR HIAISELT.
AV. M. Slowe, a business man from lolcdo,
Ohio, is in the city. -
1). T. FJymt of Kiowa was yesterday auto
graphed at the Trcmout.
Vandinc & llobbins have opened a meat
.shop em S21 "West .Douglas.
Some small fry civil business occupied the
jurticcs of the city yesterday.
The building boom is still- on, but this call
for hous far exceeds the supply.
V. A Cowan and "W. IT. lticrard caine to
the city from lola, ICausas yesterday.
G. C. Miller and h. A. Rigger of Hutchin
son, were among yesterday's arrivals-.
H. E. Corn. Esq., returned yesterday from
a fishing tour in tho wilds of Butler county.
Hon. George R. AVendliug at tho Presby
terian church tonight. Admission .9 cents.
JJ. ,J. Kendall and wife of Saratoga
Springs. N. T., are stopping at the Manhat
tan. Miss Maggie Williams of the "Western
Union, will go to Milan today to make- a
brief visit to friends residing there.
Mr. F. Freeman left the city last night for
Frodouia, whore he will spend a few days
attending to some business matters.
A. B:nekcu,-tu the "West Side, is building
a large and completely oquiixxl union slaugh
ter house about one mile and a half west of
the city limits.
Mr. "W. VV Admire, of Topeka. Gov. Mar
tin's stenographer and tho ICnnsas corres
ixnulent of the St. Joe Herald, arrived in
-the city la-t night.
Thos. Coucs-on, formerly with tho New
York store, and Vail Shearer, yesterday
came in from Morton county, where they
liavn lwn for some time nrovhiT up- their
A curbstone real estate agent with a far-off
look in his eye. and his index linger pointuij;
-inward the orient, was talking confidcutially
to a stranger in front of tho Manhattan ho
i vps-tonlav. Ho was showing a lot on Col
Chas. II. Chapman, who has been connect
ed, with the treasury department, arrived in
this city yesterday direct from Washington.
He eoicos bearing letters of recommoudation
and introduction to several of our prominent
citizens. He comes to sec the town and to
invest and locate if suited.
Ex-Postmaster V. E. Bowmen, of Ottawa.
Illinois, arrived in the city yesterday morn
ing. Ho is ail old friend of Mesi-r.s. Phillips
& G curing, of tho "Wichita Cracker factory,
and the latter invited him into a carriage
yesterday and gave him an introduction to a
part of the city.
Mr. Bowman tays he commenced hearing
nf "iViVLitn :omr wars a". The renorts at
first were favorable and that kind of news
came thicker and faster and it bscame a
burden for him to remain away longer, lie
rays he was always incliued to look upon the
many reports with a certain degree of lati
tude but his invcsligationof the city yestorday
bad a decided tendency to change his mind
ou that subject. He e-rprcsses himself as be
ing we'd pleased with the city, and the indi
cations aro that he may become personally
interested in tho city before returning.
Ho will probably remain in the city some
days vi.'iting hia many Illinois friends.
TTHAT IS IT?
A number of "business gentlemen were
comfortably seated last evening in the read
ing room of one of the hotels of the city, en
joying their after-supper cigar aud talking
over the present status of the city from a
business standpoint One of the number,
who had come to "Withita before any of the
streets or avenues.had been defined, and who
had been a constant observer of the city's
growth and for some years a resident, said
that it was his opinion, decidedly, that the
city would experience a more extensive bus
iness boom in the next few years than it had
during the last, and ho was very well satis
fied with the trade during the last year.
"There are more favorable indications
today," he continued, "than ever before.
Daily the variety of industries is increasing.
Our own capital and that of the cast recog
nizes this point as affording good shipping
facilities. The various things consumed un
people find a high tide market here. Many
of these commodities, can be and are being
manufactured here giving employment and
comfortable homes to hnudreds of working
people. These industries are the foundation
stones upon which permanent cities are built.
They germinate the boom we proudly allude
to so freqnantly and it is to our interest to
assist and encourage all enterprises that have
a showing to succoc-d here. Of cour.se we
don't want to encourage a man to come here
with an euterpriso that don't balong to this
latitude but all of the many that can succeed
it Is to our interest to encourage.
By bo doing tho wealth and
inhabitants of the city is increased and
the trade of each wholesale and retail house
nFrivrMv is increased. Business in all its
Frank, the 15-year-old son of Roland Bur
nett, a resident of North Fifth, met with a
very painful acciderlt yesterday about 10
He was riding a large mule up East Doug
las and when making the turn upon Fourth
the animal stepped upon the crossing aud
fell with the boy under him. Several per
sons ran to his assistance, carried the boy to
the sidewalk and called Dr. Hoskins. An
examination showed that the bones of the
foot had been fractured. Tho doctor dressed
the wounds aud the little sufferer was taken
to his home,
THE CALICO BALL.
The calico ball given by the women's relief
corps at the G. A. R. hail was, considering
the very disagreeable evening, well attended,
and an enjoyable affair.
Each gentleman upon entering the hall re
ceived a necktie made from the dress to be
worn during the evening by the lady whose
escort he would be until 12 o'clock.. This of
course gave the gentlemen some very unex
pected partner and caused many hearty
The music was furnished by Moehlers or
chestra. Ic is expected to give another ball
in about a month.
The new cracker company is being urged,
by some parties to make their new buUding
four stories high instead of three, ,
Hiss Esther Drukker, who has been visit
ing in the city for some time, returned to
her home at Newton last evening.
A new switch is being laid on the "Wichita
& Colorado railroad, in the Junction town
Hon. G. W. Clement leaves this evening
for Ohio, to be absent probably two weeks.
W. Zellars yesterday returned from prov
ing up his claim in Morton county.
J. B. Colt aud wife, of Clinton, Mo., wore
among the lato arrivals yesterday.
FALL AND WINTER WRAPS
AN INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT.
Memorial hall, over the postoffiee, is where
the big meeting of to-night will bo.
If you haven't registered yet your last
chance expires with today.
J. S. Hardacre of the West Side is very
sick with fever.
A. W. James of Detroit arrived in the city
Judge Peters on Oklahoma tonight.
TREASURER'S QCAKTEULV STATES! ENT.
enues is augmented and corner iou, gam u- ..
.-ell as every thig else.'' j old, giving her exhibitions
There should l sonio agression exer-, .
, however, in jjiwus i.-Uw..0v... itlV hr wonderful
!. i-iii rr?rnr-fi i
The man who snatched the hand purse and
geld watch from the lady at the Union depot
a few days ago has. the police think, at last
Tom McNamara got a clue to the thief. aud
following it up last night arrested a man who
gave the name of W. II. Harris, on South
"Washington avenue. When arretted he had
in his iKiss&ssiou a hand satchel in which was
found a ticket lor Kingman, a veil aud sev
eral other articles, but no money nor watch.
He said, Jiowovtr, there was in it when he
first had the purse about one dollar, but de
nial that he took a watch.
He sometimes gos under ths? name of Nat
MUSIC AND GA31K.
Tje following gentlemen constitute the
boating party that will leave this morning
for New Orleans: Messrs. J. R. Strode,
1'i-auk Anton. John and Guy Davis, and the
River brothers. They have everything roady
and will moor their fragile barque in tp
early morning hours. All the members of
the party are musicians and are accustomed
to playing with each other. They will take
their instruments along with them ana nu
the air with melodious strains.
They will also supply themselves with good
shooting tackle for the special entertainment
of the game along the route. In tho dis
tricts most favored thoy will stop and huut
to their hearts content
new cntcrnrises. Things
best should receive the warmest inducements.
Enterprises that would fail heie now but
would be highly successful with a population
of a hundred thousand, should by no means
receive encouragement until the proper
The remarks of the gentleman seemed to
meet the anprobatiou of most of the gentle
men present. When all had had a turn at
the questions introduced by him. another
gentleman referred to tho present condition
of tho city from a business
standpoint. "I never saw business
belter" be commenced "in this city than it
is today. There is not an enterprise in tho
city that is complaining or has reason to
complain of small profits. This is, of cour.-,c,
a --ood feature and one that makes us ail glad
to reflect upon.'"
The conversation was then turned into a
speculative lino. One opened up by inquir
ing what was tho biggest scheme on tap for
the near future.
"I know one that will take you all una
wares." was the reply made,ratlier modestly,
but the author of the Remark was sufficient
to cause all eyes'to be turned in that direc
tion and cars adjusted for either rcceiving
snniniiiin-iiW oi' for "retainiuc what was'
said for speculatire purpose.
'What is it:"' "Let us havo it now,"'
''Out with it.'" and many similar
expressions were showered upon hint after
a moments stillness.
"Oh. you need not bo in si hurry about it
but let me give you a pointer that it will
make any schenio you have hoard of in the
last six mouths, blush . It is something this
city hay been needing for many a day and it
will benefit every man in it."'
'Will you allow me two guc-v-esr said one
"Well, I would not be afraid to," was the
reply that proceeded a half suppressed laugh.
'I don't think you arc on to it," he con
tinued. 'Well, sir, it is cither a new railroad or a
union depot," was the double attempt made
by the would-be guesser.
"No, you'aio badly oh,' was tue answer
given while the head wa shaking vigorous.lv
This seemed to servo as a stunner for a
tiate, but finally tonio other attempts were
made hoping to gain an inking of what was
in store for the future. Tho all failed, and
the look of the central figure did not indicate j
that auyono had come v. jthm a mile oi it
"When aviII we find it out:" was the re
"You may know in ten days or it maj lc
ten weeks." but its magnitude will make
amends for a delay if it becomes necessary.
You need not expect to be called upon for a
bonus for it will not require one. It will be
self supporting from the word go."'
The crowd then gradually melted awny
and each seemed to wonder where it would
raise the price of lots most
AT THE OIT.RA HOUSE.
The Danites was tho play presented last
night by the Wilbcr Lycemn company.
As on tho previous evenings of th ,-ir en
gagement, the housawas crowded and the
play gave satisfaction. -'Our Boy " will be
given at the matinee to-day, and "The Pink
Doimno this evening.
vl M. C. A. LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN.
Next Monday evening at b o'clock the Hon
orable Rodolph Hatfield of this city will
deliver the first lecture to young men under
the auspices of the Young Men's Christian
association. The lecture will be delivered iu
their hall, '227 Douglass avenue, commencing
at S o'clock. Tickets of admission can bo
procured at the rooms free of charge.
Steen. Professor Charles N.
and other noted English mediums
will appear at Turner's opera house bunuay
eveuinsr, andive a religious illustrated lec
ture on spiritual! -m. Tite following is what
the Chicago Times has ro say about these
truly remarkable people: -Mlle. Steen was
in-r, in T.ndnn. is ) Years of age, and has
.V A v...-. , ., -
iuco sha was 9 yean;
in every part of
hingll classes of
"if t. Tho professor
his wife have appeared before all the
scientific men of tho world, and have suc
ceeded in baffling all their attempt; at ac
count for their extraordinary gifts. That
they are possessed of supernatural power
none will deny, as can e attested by the,
highly cultivated audience at Hooley's thea
ter last night, when some of the most re
markable feats of miuil reading, such as
never has been presented to a Chicago audi
ence, were given.'
Seats on sale all day Sunday at opera house
Many of the old, the more ancient, of
Wichita residents, will be pleased to hear
that J. Add Mcllvane has been nominated
for district judge by tho Republicans of his
district, which includes his home at Wash
ington, Pcnn. Mr. Mcllvane held the ollice
of the clerk of the-district court in Sedgwick
county when the .county belonged to
the same district with Marion Cen
ter and Cottonwood Falls, we be
lieve in ISM. Ho lias been district attorney
for several several yeai-s. His papers say
he i3 a first-class lawyer and that he will un
doubtedly bo elected.
Col. H. C. Cross, president of the Firt
National bank of Emporia, aud known
throughout Central Kaiuas as a leading
financier and railway magnate, spent tho
day in the city yesterday. When leading
men from sister cities make up their minds
to visit tho great southwest metropolis wo
wish they would notify us ahead long enough
to properly regulate tho weather. Yester
day was a measly day, and Wichita in the
rain and wind failed to appear as attractive
ai is her wont.
Win. Kirk, of Zauesville, O.. one of the
heavy investors iu Wichita real estate, ar
rived in the city yesterday. Mr. Kirk still
has much property which his faith in the
irrowth and enterprise of tho metropolis
prompts him to retain an I await a fur ..her
advance in prices.
Captain Atone Brhun who returned yester
day from a grand duck hunt on the Chey
enne bottoms, and who bagged a small
wagon load of game, will accept our ac
knowledgments for" a superior pair of fat
fowls brought down by his unerring aim.
Two msn who have been identified with
every political move in Kansas since the
earliest davs, will have something to say to
the pcopb of the great metropolis of Kansas
tonight at Memorial hall.
l, ISSj. J
I herebv certify thst the following statement
of lands remaining in my hands as Treasurer
is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Sedgwick County Fund
Fuudin? Bond i and
School land sales
Delinquent Tax Koll
Mulvane City '
KCnoo 5 Di?J,,ieT I
DIS XO. I rU?--J
" i9 lit
$ 7,031 43
Innes & Ross..
UNDER THE HORSESHOE.
N. X. T. P. 0,
Again the Kansas Tea house has changed
proprietors, this time being purehassd by
Messrs. Utz ec Billiard, of New Albany, Intl.,
Mr. Garrsiou, the former proprietor, leftlast
evening for Detroit.
Hand organ music with a rain accompani
ment was uno of tho striking features the
streets presented yesterday. The warm rain
seemed to be out of season, but it got iu it
woi k all the same.
The Stites brothers returned from Wiohitn J
county yesterday for permanent residence in
this city. It would be at the risk of life and
limb to suggest taking a claim out west to
either of them.
Mr. A. N. Demkig leaves this morning for
Greeley Center, of which city organization ho
Is president. Greeley Center, and in fad
Greeley county, are growing and developing
Miss Ella Meredith, day press reporter at
the "Western Union telegraph office of the
city, is again on duty, nfter being confined
to hor room soveral days by sickness.
70. . . .
75 . . .
A DESTITUTE 1'AlllLY,
The corps locating ths W. & T. line i- now
witliin twenty-five miles of Medicine Lodge.
it u .rveted that trading will commence a
A family consisting of a mau. wife and soon as estimates can bo made.
six children living in a tent on Kellogg streetj f;overror -Martin, who commenced with
boy, anil who has ever been
best interests, will address the
iwiiia or irmca lunruu
and unable to do anything for support of his
familv. Some of tlic neighbors have brought ' Petitions are in circulation calling tor on
in baskets of provisions to relieve their im- j election to vote bonds to the Wichita & Wm-n.r,-.t
trnnt. but farther nistanco is field road. A number of signers were re-
just east of cuinoun erotic is reported to te TCansas when a
in a ttesiiiuic couuiuon. i ns lamer, wiiu is j Q
n wirlrttt-' msn. is down with tvnhoid fever ' . - -..
--v."- o -. -- -- i
1 ported last night
J. H. 15rady,the "vag" who was commit ted
to the cooler j sterdny nmnfiug as a suspic
ious character, had in his Kssession when
arrested by Oihccr McNamara at tue ele
vator tw o overcoats. He first said the cents
belouir-x! to hintsell and -panl. bat after
wards that h- had par!
mi?..-'rv-n'r-. !... i--iro .Hcnir'ntu. .-. ! fined S3: Cinry paid
as to their belonging to him
wants tckuow who i the owner.
O.S. . .
123. . .
A capitalist puts the query. -couid I rent a t j;;"';
William Avert aud J. H. Brady were up j few houses if I should build thentr He is re
before his honor yesterday morning charged j spectfully rvferred to the army of house
with being vagrants. They were both fined j hunter-.
HO and costs. Brady was committed as be-;
(ion r.iw-i-n r.ru S. 7itKm. who attend-1 135-
r.. n.-- ...... t,:- ;,rt-aT,' - .w7-:. wr,. h . ... . -. . ,. - 1 ii !... i... A.i. I ..".--
M ;i 5iiuuwi ..n... ... . ' oi liie KUl at U. jl. ti. uau uiursu --
-, returned :o Kingman yosttrday eveij-l...
based tbein for SO loJ time to leave the country.
, John J. Harden and Mie Clary
his line and was dis-
. . .. . . . r 1 1.11
" ' '" s - . . . , . ,t..i... ,....i .,, o,-f r..i fi Tbe moeans" tonigav at inc v. .
at all: and nuseu: nai-eu - , , " . . - tbe campaign. l-
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THE NEW TKLEGIIAIMl COMPANY.
Application was made on the 10th inst to
Judge Wall to have land along the Santa Fe
track condemned for tho pitrpose of erecting
poles thereupon for the Pacific Mutual Tele
granh company. Yesterday the request was
granted, and the foils wing gcntleiutn ai
pointeil for this purpose: Col. W. E. Hutch
ison. Col. Fonts aud Dr. Durand. They will
commence their work in a few days.
Today is the Lost day on which you can
Come csrly if yen: want a comforui eau
John Nan wo up for assault and battery.
Hswfllinzlv iviid his fine of 10, as the of- j j Wood Elliott and J. M.
fenso was committe.1, h. said, in chafitUing . rj-e -wholesale luniber dealers of Hannibal,
a man who had insulte! his wife. -Q t were jn the city prospecting yesterday, j
The lectures of Mr. Wendling are the sub- j rp erica'Prisoners of War. of iedz
jects of conversatiun in varied circles. Judge -jpj. county arenotlfiiKl to meet at the Rcg
Shellaberger pronomuccd them the finest he j j-. 02t next Wetlneday evening.
ever heard, and Judge Davis is equally em- j
pcanc. JIT. i caauas, fc.s "- -v- -
the present session (lSso-S7) to England,
whore ho will lecture fifty nights.
J.-uncsKahn will shortly leave for-Ken-
! tucky on a visit to his old home. This win
j be his first visit for fourteen years.
Tom O.ibom at Memorial hail to-
H. P. Scbervr, of Raton: N. M-, i in the
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MONDAY, OCT. 18tH,
Commencing at 1 O'clock and Continuing
TUESDAY, OCT. 19tll.
It is our intention to make this the
Finest Opening and Exposition
FALL AND WINTER WRAPS
EVER KNOWN IIT THIS COUNTRY.
Over 500 Imported Garments. Over i.COO Domestic Manufac
ture will be placed on exuosit ion -itul sale. Ladies who wish to pro
vide themselves with their winr.'i wraps will do well to attend this
grand opening, as we wall bring on for this occasion the finest nov
elties manufactured for any community.
Garments Arriving Daily Short Mantles, Mantlotts, Peluces,
Newmarkets, Seal Sacques, Piush, etc., trimmed in all the different
furs, skins and novelties.
In addition to our present large Cloak Room, we will occupy our '
Carpet Department for this occasion.
to Procure a Wrap.
INNES & ROSS.
We Will Positively Save You
Wc are crowded for
Crowding" us every
oet bargains whil
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
C E. LEWIS & GO'S
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GEO. W. -ITALTKC,
Triia-xofSdwjrx Co., Ka.
SoUKiibtd -d -wra t3 thU, th 2tjb,
trOC" CUlkof ILt.'ictQ3t
In all Grades, Styles and Prices.
Our SOUDAN, and Pocket Edition, are
the neatest and most comfortable Boot ever
worn. Our line of ftczvy Boots is the best
ever offered for sale in Wichita. Call and
O. E. LEWIS & CO.,
110 Main Street.
for Good Goods at Low Prices.