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31. M. f I KIOCKiIJt:0.. Proprietors.
KEA.L. ESTATE TKA"SFEKS.
The following arc tha real estate transfers
recorded in the office of tho register of deeds
T A Berry to A Lefure, lots 14, 10, 17,
0, -i.2, U4, tt lcuita st,
Stoner's add ? 1030
A B CartwriRht to O (' Brown, lot 0,
AVaco avc, Lakeside add 2300
K Graham to J B House, lots 10, 12,
14, 10, "Washington ave, Grahajn's
J Laurie to W E Hutchison, w hf of n
hf of e hf of se qr, 13-27-1 e 27.:00
J R Ireland to C V Miller, lots 41, 43
45, 47, blk.2, Fairview add 1100
G Edwards to J X Bayk-.- lots 1, 3, 5,
7. Pattie ave, Hyde's add 27C0
C Firebaugh to J Guthrie, lots 40, 4S,
Topeka ave, English's add .000
M A Tease to U U Kelly, lotG., 07, 0'.),
71, Pattio ave, Lincoln st add 000
R N Alcxajider to G N Scott, com
mencing 20 rods s and 12 lods w of
ne cor of ce qr of ne qr, 2-S-27-le,
thence s 20 rods, r lCrods, n 20 rods,
e 10 rods to bg 3000
N F Niederlander to E 31 DoVore, lots
57, o9, "Walnut st, Xiederlander's add 300
A S retheiman to E 31 DeVore, lots
54 -.. Wilnnr st. Niedorlaniler's add 3S0
N P Niederlander to A S Feathennore,
) -, ., v umuc ht, .Neiderlander's
J it ouivejy to C ii Robinson, und hf
lots 1 1, 12, blk 0, Perry'.-, aJd 2GG3
11 Brown to J C Robin.-on. Jots 3, 10,
Wa.-hing.oii ave, Lawrence's 3d add 0o0
C M McVicar to C E Coneu, lots 1213,
121.1, 1217, 1219, 1221, 1223, 1227,
"Wichita st Lowellin's 2d add 3000
E Dodge to E C Benton, lot-. 19, 21, 23,
Anderson ave. Dodge V add 900
G C Bruner to II L Snnthson, lots 3, 4,
0. S, 10, Pahnertons st, Sinithson's
J L Smithson to 31 E Richards, lots 4S,
50, ai. 54, oG, VS. 00, 02, Lonsdale st,
E M DeVore to A A Post, lots 57, 5!)
AValnut st. Niedei lander's add 000
Garden Plains Town Go to J E "Wolts,
lot 17, blk 0, Garden Plains 00
K Graham to R. B Tarlton, lots '.), 11,
13. 15, 17. lit. 21, 23, "Wabash ave.
Graham's add , 1000
II G Tolt-r to R B Tat Iton. lots 27, 2i,
31, :!3, blk 2. ilarqui-,1 add
C C Fees to H P Buell, lot 11, blk C,
Fee.-,' sub div 4 2000
E Williams to J E Petne, lot 51, Chi
cago avo 3900
S L tVeilurd to .1 Starr, lots 0, S, Jones
st, Stephen's add 200
L M Johnson taCB llu-ell, lots 0, 7,
S, it, 10, Johnson's sub-div 2000
ER Stewart to S F llovey, lot 11,
S-tev. art's suh-div 500
S D Everitt to II Scott, com 1157 it w
and 40 ft s of ne cor of mv 22-27-1 e.
s 10 It, w 13.-.. n 10i), e 135 1000
II G Toler to C W Morgan, lots 35, 37.
3i), 41, bik 2, -Marquis add 2S0
J S Smithson to G N Gibbs, lots 12, 14,
Pahncr.ston st, Smithson'.-. sub-div. . 200
A Spearo to II Mitten, lot 3, blk 23,
J S Bayaul to T II Anderson, n hf lot
2, blk C, .Merrimnn park 1000
LI' Douglas to E D Stewart, lot 71,
"Waco st, AVatterman's add 4000
G L Douglas to F W Strutter, lots 25,
27, ., 31, 33, 35, 37, 31t, 41, 43. 45,
47, Douglah sub div 2000
A Katz to B Flesber re ii , 25-27-le 25000
B Weed to R N Ales.andt r, com 20 rd
s and 12 rds w of ne cor of ce (ir of
ne (jr27-2T-le thence s 20 r.l-, w 15
rds, n 20 rds, c 10 rds 22C0
"W H Alexander to F J Moore, com
at no cor lot 5 Zimmerlv's add thence
s 100 ft, w 149 ft, n 100 ft. e 140 f t. . . . 12( 0
I Richmond to il ll Ua'lagher, lots 27,
21. 31 , :!3. Meridian ave 500
L P Duii.eld to J J Duflield, lots 10, 12,
Fourth ave, Zinnnerlv's 2d add 000
JMcCorimdc to C A Walker, com at
se cor of -r qr 30-27-lw thence n 1320
w 1320, s 132-1, e 1320 20000
The ft'll m-ic sLows the consideration
given in the deeds Hied in the register of
deeds' oliice dining the past week:
Monday 8 t? 0,307
T.mi-su.iy. 42,1)0 )
For pi evious week $019,519
Tho rrsidsatv ot Col. Smith is 313 North
Erajoria avenue and not 313 North Topeka
There are to be a number t christenings
at St. John's church after Sunday school
Yesterday a sale v. as made of a lot on
Douglas avenue for $15,000, which in lSi",
was sold foiv?l.M!0.
A fal-c alarm ot lire yesterday afternoon
from the Manhattan attracted quite a ci ow d
upon the street.
E. L. Bloom, tho handsome manager of
Adolaido Moore Dramatic company, bloomed
in the city last evening.
Mr. J. J. Daly, a business man aud prop-'
crty holder of Springtield, Mo., spent yester
dtiy in looking over Wichita.
Mr. D. R. Allen yesterday sold twenty-five
acres of land lying just north of Carey Park
to Mr. Nixon Eliott, for $25,000.
Mr. 11. "W. Duukan, ot Baxter Springs,
has come to Wichita and is putting in a
stock of drills at 300 "West Douglas.
"WorkKien waro yesterday engaged in lay
ing the foundation of the Kimmerly brick
block Clncagofave., on tho West Side.
John Gardner and Sheriff Dodton of But
ler county, were in the city yesterday giving
points to ('apt. Ricliey and his friend Dill.
Col. Hutchinson yesterday purebred for
$27,500 the John Laurie place on Centrai
avenue, aud think- he has a good home at a
O. D. Kirk bought twenty-live aei-es for
$2,000. north of Carey Park: sold to B. D.
Allen for $20,000: bought by Nixon Elliott
Tho watch draw ing at R. Allen Hall's
jewelry store resulted a- follows: Number
seeds in the bottle 3.595; nearest gi.es- 8,000,
by V. H. Young.
The committee in charge of theChri-tmas
decorations of St John's church meet to
morrow ac2 o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
Dixon, 413 South Main.
Messrs. "W. F. Mclntyre aud P. J. Collins,
two Cincinnati gentlemen have decided to
outer the real estate bu-im,. They have
secured an oflic' in tho G A. R. buildiu-.
Silverware at Trimble Bros. & Threlkeld
11 ) East Doug'as ave. '
This week we will sell vou 4 lb. best rice
for 25c, 0 lbs. oat meal for 25c, 10 lbs. homi
ny for 25c. navy beau-. OJbs. for 25c. gran,
sugar 15 lbs for $1, dark"brown sugar 20 lb
for $1. good roasted cotreo 15c per lb . choice
Jap. tea 45e per basket, tea dust 20c a lb
best golden syrup 45c per gal., pure sorghum
45c ier gal., maple syrup, gallon can 75c
pure extracted honey n? jkt lb., comb houev
20c ior lb., Sw iss cneese 25c er lb., limlwr
ger cheese 20c jwr lb., choice lard vv per lb .
3-pound cans tomatoes 10c, 3-pound caiis
table peaches 15c, gallon cans apples 25cl
salmon, 15c jwr can. 3-ound cans pumpkin
Sc, jtsllies Sc per lb. preseies 10e per lb,
kraut 25c ier gaLcabbage 2c per lb., oranges
35c per doz., lemons 20c jwr doz., cranberries
3 qts for 25c. cider vinegar 20c ier gat pure
sw eet cider 25c per gal.
lll-tf Stei.vhausep.-Mekkle SrrpLY Co.
Sr'"'" -- S
"Work on the Costal Ice company build
ing on the "West Side is progressing rapidly.
Yesterday the workmen were putting up thad
rafters, and soon the building will be under
Mrs M. J. Blackburn lias bought oat her
former partner in the Detroit dining parlors
on Douglas avenue. She assumes all respon
sibility and will conduct the business in the
Locke & Fmdeiss.Uia shoe dealers.kave ar
ranged their Aww window upon a new and
unique plan for the holiday, and have made
of it one of the prettiest and most attractive
of the city.
Yesterday morning a horse hitched to e
buggy became frightened at the cars while
crossing the track on East Douglas avenue,
and ran awa3r. out was finally stopped, no
further injury resulting thaii a badiy used
Major Dane opens the W. C. T. U. lecture
course Monday night, December 20, at the
Presbyterian church on "The Xaval Battles
of the Republic." Major Dane is entirely
new to "Wichita, but comes with the highest
F. A. North, the real estate man, has re
tained from Connecticut. He is glad to be
again in the metropolis, and makes the same
observations regarding the dullness of the
east as contrasted with the life and enter
prise of the princess of the plains.
Hotel for Kent.
The new .$0,000 hotel at Cullison, the ter
minus of the K. P. 6z Y. railroad. Favora
ble terms to the right parties. Apply to T.
C. Wales, Wichita, or to
Jameson & Fowler,
22-Ot-' Cullison, Kas.
Will commence this day, Dec. 12, to take
boarders at $0 per week. Hotel Gaudolfo.
Will commence this day, Dec. 12, to take
boarders at $0 per week. Hotel Gaudolfo.
Why are we able to undersell our competitor-
First, we buy for cash and get our
discounts. Second, v.e sell for cah, and em
ploying no bookkeeper, collector, etc., we
save our customers that amount along with
the losses incidental to a gi ocery run on the
book system. Third, we employ no outside
help, doing our own work. Come and see
us. A handsome doll no. on exhibition m
our show window will be given away Xmas
day. A chance .'.ill be gi.en to inch pur
chaser oi a dollar's wo. th of groceries.
Te: uis cash, and pi ices i Oct bottom,
15 lb- granulated sugar lor $1 00
Ground collte per II) 12T
Fine uncolored Japan tea per lb fiO
Young Hyson tea p.r lb 50
Home-made jellies per lb bJ,,
Kit mackerel 1 M
Kit white Ji,h 1 00
Bulk starch per lb 5
Bulk N. Y. buckw heat per lb -1
Rabbit Foot soap 40 bars for 1 00
Pickles m any style cheap.
Your trade solicited. A. Jos. HiHSU,
Spot cash grocer, 420 E. Douglas ave.
Will commence this day, Dec. 12, to take
boarders at 0 per week. Hotel Gaudolfo.
Skates, skates at Trimble Bros. & Threl
keld's. $30,000 worth of diamonds and gold
watches to bo sold at a gro.it sacrifice, by A.
A.Post, at No. 425 Douglas avenue. 22-tt
Ithcumctism, Catarrh, l'llcs.
Having made a special study and practice
of these diseases, I now compound cuies lor
each of them. Sample--, to prove w hat I say.
free. No patent humbug. Send address
and three stamps.
A. B. Faiiuiaxks, M. D.,
(122-2t!cv.30-lt- bt. Louis, Mo.
Children's set-, at Trimble Bros. & Threl
keld, 1 10 East Douglas a e.
Will commence this day, Dec. 12. to take
boui dels at $0 per week. Hotel Gaudolfo.
More diamonds can be seen
Post's window every day than
any two whole stocks in Wichita.
in A. A.
theie is m
Fine English pug dogs, all kinds of im
poited and native talking and singing birds,
tancy rabbits, Guinea pigs, white and spot
ted lats. white mice, all kinds of fancy pig
eons. Wichita Fanciers Agency, 207 Mos
ley avenue. d22-lt
Will commence this day, Dec. 12, to take
boarders at s-0 per week. Hotel Gaudolfo.
Locke & Fmdeiss, cor. Main aud First
stieets, h.ivo the best lmo ot gent's Christ
inas slippers in the west. d22-lt
Pocket cutlery at Trimble Bros. & Threl
keld, 110 East Douglas ave.
The Wichita Art Gallery is having a big
inn on frames to order since their gi eat re
duction in prices. Give them a call for
your holiday presents.
No matter how 1 got them, I have them,
an 1 at the following prices:
o 00 Diamond Lace Pm for '..$ 30 00
5 kt ( 0
$'5 00 diamond oar rings.
$00 00 '
' $125 00 ' ' '
" $300 00 ' '-
" $700 00 " " " "
" $1000 01) " ' " "
A $50 0J diamond linger ring
A $05 00
A $110 00 " " "
A $200 (H)
A $700 00 "
A $50 00 diamond shirt hid ..'""""
V $100 00
A $100 00
V 205 00
And many other suitable diamonds at the
auio rat.es. Abo 150 ladies aud ir!iit -nl,)
watches at less than they can be bought in
New York. Now the-e are facts aud if you
will call at my store I can convmcu on n't ir
Others may tell you it is linws.ibbv hnr
come and see for yourselves, and vou will
wonder (as all do) how in rh( wnriii t .rr
them. Most re-neetfiillv. to
x- ,.., ' A. A. TOST.
No. 42c. Douglas avenue, "Wichita. 22-tf
Locke Sr Finder keen the lwst nn,i nm.t
complete stock of loot ami shoes at lowest
prices in Wichita. d2-lt
Buy your holidnv roods- m- th.ir;..i,;i
Truuk Tactorv. 125 West Drumi, .,-.
Toy minks from 50c, up. Ladies' shopping
satchels in leather and plu-h. Ladies and
genu' fine pocket liooks and dresin case
collar and cutf boxes and tine willotvware'
such as work baskets, work snin.u twit
ting baskets, etc. The largest and
most complete stock in the wet. Cii onriir
and make your selections, for we will make
prices to suit you. Hassfeld Buds.
ladies go to Locke & Findeiss' and pet the
best $1.25 shoe in the market d22-lt
Notice to all real estate agent- We here-
u nimuraw aii our real estate from tho
market. Deam & Stewart
Ho, For The Hollaajs.
A lanre assortment of cnrvnrj in ot
plated ware aud I. X L tine pocket cutlervj
and a sreneral siinnlv of Xmns wU m"t.ni5. I
Thr?lkrf.?w!?!Sidnt Tnmbl -BrOS-, &i
Sl?lm J n.,?w Dou,??-- Pnces ,to-
call and see our line, we think we can please
J"011 22 '
It will pay you to go and see the dl-plnv
f diamond- in A. A. Post's window at Xo,
43 Douglas avenue.
A. C. Shober, th leading groceryman,
makes the following prices for the next ten
4 lbs of rico 25c, 0 lbs of beans 25c, 10 lbs
hominy 25c, 5 lbs of prunes 25c. 5 lbs dried
apples 25c, 5 lbs dried peaches 25c, 15 lbs o
granula led sugar $1, new sorghum 40c gal
lon, 17 lbs extra C sugar $1, golden syrup 50c
per gallon, pure maple syrup 75c per gallon,
blackberries, gooseberries, raspberries. 10c
per can: Arbuckle's and O. K. coffee G lbs $1:
strained honey, 3 lbs 23c; 3-lbcan peaches loo
2 lb can 10c; 2-5 boxes of matches 2.5c; 10 bars
good iaundiy soap Uoc; chewing tobacco -wc
Ier pound. 519 East Douglas. d22-0t
Call and see the wool-lined and felt shoes
at Locke & Findeiss'. d22-lt
Carvers at Trimble Bros. & Threlkeld, 1 10
East Douglas ave. 2:
The Wichita Art Gallery reports a largo
business in the Jat ten days. .Everybody
wants an elegant cabinet frame and there is
where you can get one free with e'ery dozen
cabinet photographs. 22-lt
Notice to Hullders.
All kinds of building stone constantly on
hand. Call on the Augusta Stone company,
702 East Douglas avenue. dll4-tf
Leave vour orders for all kinds iron,
scpiare, or combination wireand picket tiont
and yard lence, cemetery jot incisures
etc. Arkansas Valley Fence Co.
dlO-lm 109 Wichita st.
New goods, new prices to be found at Kas-
sel s jewelry store, corner 3laiu and Douglas
avenue, Lawrence's drug store.
No pinchback gopds pawned off on you by
buying of Kassel. the jeweler. dIOtf
Elecrant now designs in jewelry coming in
every day at Kassel's. Come in and select
Before buying your winter clothing give
the Queen City Clothing House a call, exam
ine their goods and getpriees. Corner Doug
las and Tojxjka aves, Wichita, Kan. 109-tf
I will offer special inducements to purchas
ers for the next thirty days. Receivers sale
at The Fair, 147 Main streat. dlO-tf
cheap for a
40-acre tiact on tho market
few days. Allen, Graham &
Go to The Fair, 147 Main stieet, if you
want a nice frame made to order. dlO-tf
Ladies wanting first-class work done by
experienced drss maker call tit loom 20,
rin..lrHYCo lirvtil "Xftsr V fl Vm net
Gaudolfo's hotel. Mrs. E. G
The Fair, No. 147 Main stieet, is again
open for business. Call and get bargain in
holiday goods. dlO-tf
The undersigned having ljeeu appointed
receiver of the stock of goods, No. 147 Maiii
street, known as Tho Fair, all persons in
debted to tho firms of Combs & McCoy or
Combs & Roller, will please call aud settle as
these accounts must be clo'd at once.
S. T. Major, receiver.
Wichita, November 27, lbG. dlO-tf
Having secured tho services of Mr. D. W.
Ilepler, a civil engineer of large experience,
we are fully prepared to do all kinds of sur
veying, pbitting, etc,, promptly and with
accuracy. O. Mulvey,
eodlO-lmo City Engineer.
Worse Than a Tiro Alarm.
One of the most dreadful alarms that can
be sounded in a mother's ears is produced by
croup: dreadful, btsjnuse it is known to be
dangerous; tho moio dreadful because the
life of a loved one is in jeopardy. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is a never failing safe
guard against this dangeious disease. Its
reputation as a preventive aud cure of croup
is fully and (irmly established. In lact, it is
the only remedy which can always be relied
upon. Sold by Aldrich &z Brown and J.
P. Allen. dl55-tf
Have elegant dining cars attached to all
trains passing through Wichita, which are
under personal supervision of an experienced
caterer, and are tupplud at all times with
every luxury the market affords. Try tho
Frisco dining cars. d!40-tf
choice lots on College Hill proper at
Allen, Graham & Joas. lOtf
2 acres lots on College Hill $2,400.
Giaham & Jones.
Kassel the jeweler, is selling more watches
tli-iu all others put together. Why.' Be
cause they are only the beet and at figures
you never eaid of befoie. Kassel,
dlO-tf Tho Jeweler.
Sterns, the ticket broker, has removed to
No. 150 N. Main st. lOtf
1 5-acre lot at $2,500 . 20 acres for $ 1 2,000.
10 acics for $3,500. Good terms; all on east
side with good view of city. Allen, Graham
& Jones. " lOtf
Bargains in lots in Stong's addition. This
addition is rapidly building up with fine res
Central avenue lots at $225.
ham & Jones.
lOtf Eloator for s.ilc or Kent.
The valuable projmrty know n as Todd Ele
vator, with 75 feet frontage on A., T. & S.
F. R. R., track. scales,etc., will be sold cheap
on easy terms or rented, after December 1,
isc. 1JS.t-f w iv t ,,,...-
H. W. Lewis.
If you want to make monev don't forget to
call on S. Drukker & Co., the live ival estate
brokers. They have some good bargains in
Mam street lots and property on College
hill. Lots in all parts of the city. Some
good houses, etc., etc. Now is your time to
invest and don't yon ferget it. No. 151 North
Main street, between Douglas and First
The annual nv-eung of the First Presbv
tenan chutch of Wichita will e held in the
church on Wednesday evening Dec. 15th. for
the puipose of hearing the annual reports,
election of oflicei s and such other business as
mav be presented for consideration.
dl7-9t 31. L. Gauveii. Clerk.
Wichita, Dec. 0, 'N'
Card A rlttcu.
Books marked or any kind of fancy pen
manship done to order" If you wish visiting
ami hebdav caids I would lie tdensul to
show ou a large and handsome stink fo ,
select trom. J. Ii Ivenworthy, room 0 ever
522 Douglas avenue. " d21-tf
All quotations on nails and sash weights
are withdrawn from this date, owing to "ad
ance in freight rates. D. J. Chatfield.
List your property with W O. Riddell &
Co if you want it" sold quick. Oliice up
stairs over Kansas National bank, 3rain
street. . d21-tf
W. O. Riddell cc Co, have property north,
south, east and west. Office Over "Kansas
National bauk, Main street d21-tf
W. O. Riddell & Co sell dirt and sell it
quick. When jou want to invest see them.
Over Kansas National bank, 3Iain street.
A bright bay hors seven years old. in
good flesh, a few saddle marks, uiane wore
off on neck, shod all round, one white hind
foot. A reward of $75 will be paid for the
arrest of the theif and hors, $25 for the
horse without thief. Jas Lo.vgwirs.
Wichita. Kan., Nov 22d. ISsj. do-tf.
The annual meetxnz of the Arkansas Val- !
ley Agricultural --oetely will be heM at 2 j
I. m. on Tuesday, December 14th, Iv-S, at
G A. R. hall to hear annual report.-, and for '
the election of otlicr for the enuinz year, ,
and suh other buMne as may be proierly
pre-euted. D A Mitchell, Sec'y. "
Wichita, "o veniber 24. Is.;! -a3S-3: ,
Before purchasini: vour procenes call and
get priced of A. C. Shober, 519 East Douglas,
Lot-son En,t nfH!-l.-t j.vnn ?:, ir n
Riddell & Co.. over'Kansas National- Bank.
S cans of choice pea5, 2.c at Shober .
C9BM ii Q u m mS 7
To elose Odds and Ends of Stock
Of eourse every one eost more
Anyone wanting a eloak
M. KOHN & GO.
326 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
LEADERS OF STYLES and LOW PRIES.
Former Price $5,00 Reduced to
FcrmerPiice 6.00 Reduced to
Former Pr.ce 7.00 Reduced to
Former Price $6,00
Former Pnce 8.00
Former Price in, CO
Former Price 15 00
Former Pr'ce $5.00
Former Price 7 50
Former Price 0.00
Former Price 11.00
Former Price 13.00
Our Goods and Prices are Warranted and
ONE) -::- PRICE).
Manhattan Clothing Go J
326 DOUGLAS AVE.
' of Style
Reduced to $5.00
Redjced to 7.00
Reduced to 8.00
Reduced to 10.00
Reduced to $4.00
Reduced to 5.00
Reduced to 6.00
Reduced to 7.50
Reduced to 10.U0
iaiK I !ii( IllVb
For his Headquarters in "Wichita.
Presents For All.
Toys and Dolls, Books and Games, Plush Goods. Silk Handker
chiefs, ana all the Latest Novelties for
Reniemhor our store will he open every evenimr. commencing De-
cemher 13th. thereby giving all an opportunity
to buy their Holiday Goods.
STAMPING DONE FREE
All parties buying Handkerchiefs and material for embroidering,
can have their stamping done free of charge on handkerchiefs.
A WORD ABOUT CLOAKS.
Remember a cloak or wrap makes a nice Christmas pre-ent. and if
you wish to see me Fool Cioaks Away, f ir that is wh it I am
going to do between now and Christmas. Call at
The cloaks will sell themselves. It will need no talking only to
whisper the price in your ear.
109 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
ew York Millinery.
138 Main Street.
A Cliance Seldom Met
We are vacating our premises on January 1st. and
"WILL :-: SACEIFICK
Our whole stock in order to close it out entirely by that time. "Wo
have a large and elegant stoc.-t. of
Trimmed and untrimmed, which we offer at Marvelouly cheap
prices. Our Hrimmings, Fancy Feathers, Plumes
and Tips will ba sold equally low.
REGARDLESS OF COST.
ITo lady should fail to make use of this splendid opportunity.
Winter is here. In order to avail yourself of first opportunity
to enjoy a pleasant ride, call on
Kelly, Alexander and Rahn,
NO. 123 MARKET STREET,
And select one of those elegant
stock both as to style and finish,
runners ror converting your buggies into asieign.at pricae to su.t
a. s. Hocsxixe.
ROCHELLE & RHOADS,
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance.
Improved and Unimproved Lands, Ranches and Cily Property,
llake CoDections, 3ent Hocsae and Fay Taxea.
9TT7CS. EB rla ,Kamz
Hare lots of ilante!, G-rs.t5s and
lau:e s, Bnoostlc Tile. Do ail or3s:
get any mantels until you here seen
goods are of the latest designs.
Cutters, of which they have a T.lo
single or double. Also asux"ic r
Tile. "Wood. Slate and Iron
In the very beet manner. Don't
our prices and stock. These