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XfeeTOfticbita 9ail& gagle: 'glxuvsOay 1$Lovxmig, gecemfcer 16, vB86.
N J fv ILsKaoiits In this column , narged for
,t sI-k rrtf! or Five Cents per line per vc.- Xo ad-i.-:,ft.T.cnt.s
taken for less than 2."i cents, and will
. lurried until paid for.
TTTiVTTri Tr coll rttilrn nnlpnt. i!ht' n irrwl
Y thing to tlie'rigiit party. Address Z. this office
WANTED Live responsililo man immediately in
WJehita to take can;c of the aaency or fcoutli
ivcstern Knn.sas. for an eastern concern; big money
to ihe riubt man. Call or address: room 2? oamloiro
hotel from 4 to 8. ' i5-Ctr
a rrtT ...tntn M.f rrrA c t r. l-ll rt-C rtlfl IrflTl.
ersat "Wichita KteamtAundry, next to postot-
W ANTED Desirable business and inside lots at
reasonable price to sell quiet. 1 have ure.it div
mantl tor city property all over. Kaufman S1$'
Douglas ave. ij(il
""VTTAXTKD Uy a voucs man a nicely furnished
V room in private tamtly: would prefer having
t'ie location nortn or Doujj.us ave. Kefcreuce e-
cta Jged. Address G. E. Kagle olHce. -t-
-ta'TEI) A Kirl who thoroushly understands
V lidir work, and to assist in serving. A Koo-'li'ii-
uatiou tor a competent person. Ai'P'J at"
aiu street, room 11. '
-rVr ANTED All persons dsirIiiK to purchase lots
TVlr. l Neutral Citv. the liveliest town In the feouth
we!t oto miles north o "No M.m's 1-uul." For par
UvuUxll X Thomas & Co.. general agents room
3. 114 Main t. -'"
ttastFU-Aii experienced insurance s-oUeltor.
V Miiiv atones llnbbard fc He wood, general
lnUiti"ii.t:lL't'm5. I.- J' av , ."... . -
eT NTED Purchasers for Jlaln street lo:s from
$&) io SlUl. For partleuiais call on Thomas
& Co.lli Jlaln tt., room ::. -!'
rr-ANTED All persons desiring beautifully writ
V ten cards at 15 aud 25 cents per iln7. call on or
addres- 1'rof. C. W. Joi.cs, ttactier o penmanship M.
Southern l'.uslucss college. 21-u:,.
-iT ANTED A ;'.rl to do light housework In small
Y family. Call at No. &BN. Tope- a ave. 21-GV
Tf r ANTED Will sell or trade a patent cheap;
would bri.. a jertuno to the right party. Ad
dress Z, this oillce. it,!-
xtr ANTED Hoard and room in private fainiiy.
Y lteferences exchnuged. Address aiss Jlury
Morgan. earof V U. T. Co.. city. 2! U
-iTTA TED -A good woman for general housework
in a .....a'i family. Empiire at 1'J.S n lwrcnce
avenue. - -
HirANTED-A position by an experienced boolj-
Y keeper. Ati.noss box 795 Abilene. Kan. 3ttj:
rvr ANTED A subsidy can be obtained in every
t western town to tart the manufacture of my
patent fm I; ai-ood live business nuiiton make a
foitm v taking hold of ihii enierrise. -allat
ltivci tl lotel and see it burn. Nebraska ami Da
kota c i i r9l
"ITT ANTED A good girl to cook and do fc'enernl
' N V hcusework at CIV s Water st. -r"
. it.-n t.. .ii vmniitifnl tii'-.v P.nokard onran
or excliangc lor real estate. 415 n Jlarket. -M-tr1
-T ANTED-Three lady and two ttentleinen solle-
ltor-; must come well recommended. Call at
4CC u Karth ave. from 10 ii.ia.to3p m. -'-Gtt
WANTED-A pcRitlon as abstracter, bookkeeper,
or dying general office woik;4 years experience
references; ounty ofllcluls and bankers. Aduress
J. it. II. l-aule oRce. J "l
(VT',ns Hrl r.ir eeneral housework, S Law
rciK-c avo 115 in rear Auraer. 3 ttt
TTlTANTED-Tn-j name of every person hiving
V ct:u-rli. piles or rheumatism, I have preserlp
tior.s ror caeh disease that never fall to cure. . Sam
ples to prove hat I say, tnc Send adtli ess and tu o
Atamps. A. 15. Fairbanks. Kansas City. Mo.
-X-r vNTED Good woman or girl toassist in housc-
work, good treatment and wages will he given.
Call or wjite. 225 W. Williams btreet. .tt-Ct
"TXT ANTI-.D Iinrgains in real e-tate. f-tate ocatinn
V pree and terms. Nothing but bargains will .be
couriered. Addres lock box SOJ. city. Ja-tf
T A VTBU Situation bv a compptcnt UookUcepcr,
T . --... .t.. tiiHr IZ title nf1Iiac 1?2-Ct
. .-,.i ..w.r.c:Biiti',i .ni-7-vf.t lnver. No others
need apply- Enquire, at No. 310 K. Doujlas ave-
ANTED New firm wants new property at new
prices. Tuller.'i Gordon No 1 w . i-irsc bireci.
- -ITANTE (-"ron-rty to sell in all part-Lof elty.
Y 'fuller & Gordon. 'jt
Vvr"NTED Acre property to sell. Tuller ft Gor-
V don. No. 1 W. Kirst street., --w.
-S ArANTKD-llouses and lots to sell. Tulicr &'""
Y don. No. 1 W. First street. -- 't
TITANTr D A partner In an establisheil real estate
V business, a gHiu iiinio i"i .nv, .... ":,,:;
lrcss 1. O. box W'Selty.
tTANTED-tllil for general housework in small
. l.. .. v , t..,i until !. Jilt i. Call on.
or address K". K. Lewis. 127 N Main St. 22-tt
-1AT ANTED Sti railroad men: free pass to the work
V :i iSMiks. :; solicitors, 2 carpenters. 15 girls Tor all
kinds of w..rk; f.ranjbody looking for employment
t "conic f to my oflice. .1. K. Eeliworthy. SSi Bouylas
-TTTANTED-A girl for general hous.-work. must be
YV neat and a good cook. Enquire at A. X. Mur-
lock's residence. Oak st -ll1
.......,-. ii .i f-..t nmO'c illch wnsliers.
., 4 -l!..Irr,ru T. Wlil'fT IlIUl ;. elTlS lOl
genenil housework at Wichita untl Western Kniploy
inent Uuieau, 151 n Main st. -i-
TIT ANTED To sell hotel stand and fixtures, 15
Y rooms. located on Douglas avenue, doing good
business; price 135 cash. Address D. II. . Eaj; e
-taN1ED A position ascopylst or cashier; lias
had experience; will give references. Address
box 1W1. Wichita. Kan. -'(lt
vrcnA nnrincrwllh about S4' capital to
engage in a goo.l payinK established business.
Addres-. J. I!. Eagle ofilee.
-T-rrAKrED Anyone wanting drfss making done
will do well to call on M. DeLons 11. N. Tope
ka avenue, next door north Manhattan hotel. --t't
-ZT VNTKD-Tolmy about 15 Miiarcs of second-
hand tin rooilug. Address D. r. .lltchcll. . eh;
ita. Kan. -vbw
T ANTED-A fitu-.tlon bv :i competent female
short band reporter and typewriter. Address
1. O. box lff.'7. Wichltp. Kaiu
-TlTANTED Gd girl can get a Urst-class place at
Y C22N. fopeka avenue. -0-t)l.
r ANTED A few boarders at Depot Dining Hall.
L' Wf...I,!f.i .i,il SHH.Illl st 5. 2J-t
-"ir ANTED A situation by a good, sohor. man
cook, understands short order aud hotel ;iu.k-
ing. Wish emplo.x ment. htuiulre lor August ib:ir.
200 W Dovulas avenue. Jii-tt-
r ANTED A buyer for a stock of groceries; good
trade established; win invoice ww. .m-.i.-j
gle onlce. 1,tr
--lT ANTED- A boy to Jake car- of horse and cow;
would hae time to go to s-chool: apply at S
y l-.wteneeao. orat fcherman & llarwise li'w
1CS Main sti i et. .
-V'ANTl"J)-'Seeliijr Is believing." I want business
men. capitulbts and all who are lnieietsl in
cheap fuel to call at llivi rside hottJ and tee Kansas
soil bum -iual to M issouri coal. -
1 1 - ANTED We want to give some one ll' per cent
on an Imettmeiit in 1W acies joining the city
on the north, tall and see plat of the same Iar
iium & George. 110 .Main st. '"
viT NTED ladies wishing to take lessons in all
kimLs of fancy work, such as raised nrnisene
kensington. embroidery. ese Call j.1 Sti b. Water
SI !, awl tee mple. Mampiug and ork dene .to
order. . ;'
-rrr vNTFD The Wichita Gartlens are booming, and
"we don't want yoa to get left. Inquire ot the
princiiil txal estate dealers or of Ashbel Welch,
faiule bl.K-k. ii
-i"t r vNTED-'e want you to know that your own
interest requires you to invest in the Wich 1 a
Gnrtlens liefotv the price goes up. Ashbel W eu-h.
lsle block. J'" V
-7 -i vNTED ltonowers for money; we place money
,,t the lowwt rates on all kinds of chattel se-
.'ri'v loaiLs.and also on second mortg-.igi's on Tarnis.
Wk-hViTltoluVco, No. 116 Wtt Douglas ave. S7-tf
i fASTFD-To loau?50.t0 on imslnos blocks and
T niWenl" projvrty. within the next thirty
days. Kansas Loan and Divestment eomany l..tf
-TTr XTED-To place loans on lone time on farms
or business blocTcs or on short time or ' clawl
or real estate security; rates low and prompt atu-n
tion. Ashliol Welch, Jiglo block. 1Vrlt
"A rANTEIv-Iuvivtors and s jwnlalow lJuocw.-'l
Y aliout the Wichita Gardens. Inquire of Ahixi
Welch. Eagle block. lkXI
"1TANTED-Iidiesand gentlemen to know that
stndeutsat the Southwi-stern business college
are Iustructsl privat.ly at their desks, thus avo.tltnfc
all embarrassment. IVrson can attend the day or
evening sessions with equal sdvaiuages. -u
"ArANTEl-l!"okk.-ejicrs antl butncN men to
W know tliat tin. National Accountants Hureaii
offers unsurpassed facilities for the iinx-urement of
flrst-clas men and women for positions as book
keepers ami accountants. Ikisincss men who want
eftlcient help, and expert liookkeei-ers who can give
niNt-classrefeiences. and want .-itualious. would do
well bv adtln"ssing us. OQlce for the s,tate of Kansas
at the Southwestern Business c'oUege, Wichita. Kan
sas. d as-tf
VTTANTED To loan at owest rates, SKUtO en city
Y ami fann tirojierty. Money ready any day.
R. W. Cooper. 137 Main t. dstt
OR REST Good business room. Enquire of N.
F. Nlederlandcr. 25-61
-n r AN'TED-I'crsons liaviu West Wichita Lots.
also lis. residence r bu-,Ines property in any
i.-.rt or the .-Ity to call and have it lUicd with Tn..m
is & Co.. room 3. 114 ilalu St. 24 CU
OR HEN 1 Furnished room at 2S2 North Ijiw
rence avenue. Sl-Ct
TnfiR RKNT Furnished rooms with tire to let ncart
JL occidental hotel. Esquire of Miles & Smith. 112
Douglas avenue. 2j-ct
1710R RENT A nicely furnished room at 210 south
Emporia ave. 25-tt
T710P. RENT A furnished room, large and pleas
' antlv situated, next door to a good boarding
houo. "Call at SSi S. Lawrence avenuo. &b"
IP0R RENT Furnished rooms to rent at 2S2 nortli
1 Emporia ave, on first and second lh.or, with or
wkhourgav. heated by registers; gcntlemeit pre
ferred; rooms new and neatly furnished. Call at
residence or l2i JIain st J. U. Snively. -"
ITiOK RENT Nicely f urnUhed rooms to single gen
: tlemen. Apply at 5i5 Waco avenue. "-ct
17011 RE:;t A near, cosy cottage: 5 rooms; 1 rc-
served; well furnished. Ajtply to First Arkansas
I7(0R REN 'Two young gentlemen desire a room
i In private family. .Methodist preferred. Refer
ences exchanged. Address. C. Eagle office. 24-Cti
I--0't PENT Nicely furnished front.room with fire
' suitable for two gentlemen, or man and wife,
teferences exchanged. S2J S. Topcka avenne. 24-Gt
T'OR RENT Furnished l:ousa of 5 rooms on N. To
p.. peka avenue. Gtod stable, water works, etc.
;ome quick if you want a nice home. E. T. Drown
: Co.. room2::r2i Houslasgve. 24 6t
& Co.. room2::s27 Houslasgve
J70R RENT .me plessnnt nicely furnished front
1 room suitable tor one gentleman; terms very
reasonable; board furnished, En'iuire at 2.VJ n Em
noria ave. 23-dti
TTIOR KENT An eiht room lioute on Emixri.i be
1 tween I'ioc and Oalc Call at cor. Third and
Main. A. Smith. '-"Mi
OR RENT Furnished rooms, first iioor, 40SS
17V R RENT House No. 235 North Wabash ave.
1 Enquire of George WasserbaeheraiK.lchum
Kctchum's tin shop. 23-0tt
'OR RENT A now room furnished or unfurnished
ground floor, 3:j7 S. Lawn-nce. 22 Ct
J70K RENT A nice fnrnished room. Would like
two young gentlemen to room together and
board with the family. No children. Will board
cheap to the right parties. 311 N. Mosely ave. iS-CU
ITOit RENT A stable, for two horses, cheap. En
1 (juireat CIS N. Topcka avenue, or 2ul Douglas
liOlt RENT A store room on corner Douplas and
V liura r.vcnui s. Enquire of Wm. Ruckner Wi E.
'Douglas avenue, ororiluckner k t'ieavelatid, Main
street, next door to old post office. 21-GU
IT'OR RENT House of four rooms and kitchen,
j small stable aud corral; convenintly located on
a corner, east front. Enquire at Wells Fargo & . Co's
Express olllee. A)fat
TJ'.OR RENT A flat of four rooms, llrst floor, com
1 plctelv finiiish-d for housekeeping. J'arlor.
diulngroom. bedroom and kitcticn. The neighbor
hood best in the city. Rer-rences required. Ad
dress lock box .1, Wichita, Kansas. dJ(Wi
TTiOR RENT -Fine large store room, in best local
1 it ; also stock of new dry goods for sale, as I wish
to retire from business. John G. Allen, lb"J ..Iain
TTlOR RENT Furnished and unfurnished rooms.
1 Enquire at room 1 above 118 W Douglas ave. or
above tt,J E Douglas ave. room 1, Mrs. J , 31. Moore.
"iOR RENT Three well furnished rooms, with or
without Are, No. 143UN. Lawrence ave. 5-lmt
J71 OR SALE A White sewing machine as good a-s
Slew. Price $20.ft). Call at 413 N Emporia. 25-Ct
1710RSALE Cheap At 125.3 n Market st; household
1 furniture, consisting of one upright cabinet
grand piano, stove and tixiures. be I, lounge, chairs,
stands, closets. 4 bedsteads with mattresses, and va
rious other hrticles used in housekeeping; all nearly
now. The family expect to leav.i the city. 25Ct
170K .-ALE A desirable oflice. first lloorand well
1 lilted up; b.st location: will be sold reasonable
Call soon at Kaufman's, 313 E Douglas ave. 25 t.t
IT'OR SAbE-5,10 or 20 acres choice College hill prop
X ertj', a f e w rods south of -Merrimin park; greatest
liartraiu now on rtcoid ifsohl within two days. I
Kaufman. 313 e Douglas ave. 2d-
170R 'ALE KlegautSsbirv lirlck block Main st,
X I-li-ge fine corner lot 126x140, Emporia UTenne.
Cholte lots in Kivcrside par!:. IIoihcs and lots
best part of Emporia ave. Three flue residences To
pekaave. Well down town desirable lots Lincoln
st. cliap. Houses and lota east Oak stieet. north
Water street. Larcc lot, good house. Fourth a e.
For price and terms cuquiiu of S. E. Hubbard. Oc
cidental hbCel, 25-0t
57OR SALE SucliO ft. on Fourth avenue, -1-room
1 house and stable. Price $.5t0. by O. liugltue.
Commercial hotel, 1J Douglas avenue. 2i-Ct
T10USVLE 0140 ft. on Fourth avenue, 7-room
1 house, cellar and el tern, stable 4x20, 12 It. high.
Price $5,000. by O. Ilugbcc. 120 Douglas ave. 21-6t
170R SALE 5)xl 10 ft. cor. 3d and 4'.h avenues.
1 fenced and sllewalk, by O. Ilugbcc. 120 Domrlas
avenue. Price. S4,(j0o. 24 (it
lOlt SALE 75x150 ft. on 4th avenue, aud 75150
J: ft. on nth avenue, both S7,tXK). 2I-Ct
J70R SALE Husiness proierty on Chicago avenue,
1 West Side. This is now a popular article fur
speculation, and prices are rapidly advancing and
profits being lcketed. XcCulld & Miller. 114 .Main
st. 24 Ct
IT'OR SALE A !00x'.40 foot corner on south 4th
1 avenue, near Douglas avenue and the railroad;
will be wo tii (when Wichita is KM.OU in population)
a barrel of money. Now, when she Is 2."),Oii". the
modest sum or S7,lW will take It McCallu Jl iller.
Ill Main 21-ft
IT'OR SALE One lot lri'court house square," Main
1 street fur SI.5W). WlxlIO ft. ami SLJO worth of
improvements. N. Main st. south of railroad, SAOit).
Two lots on East lot:gIas, nt ar Ida. S.S.IIC0. Time
lots Eait Douglas, near Efiis. .?G,lM0. Two lot East
Douglas $3,700. McCalla.t Miller. 114 Main. 21-fit
J7OR SALE 3 acres In northeast part of the eltj',
1 and 10 acres on Lawrence avenue suitable for
platting. Thomas & Co.. room 3, 114 .Main st. 24-Lti
IT'OR SALE A bargain. New house or five rooms.
1 besides large closet and bath room; lot (0l40ft
good well; fruit anil shade trees; located between
Elm and Pine st. u Topcka Enquire of 12. Alien,
515 Douglas ave. 23-(it
IT'OR SALE-At a bargain. 8 choice lots in June
1 tion Town Co. addition on Vlueae. near M;ple
ave. Will be sold soou. M. A. Pratt WJ Douglas
"IT'OR SALE- Choice business lots In the new town
l. of Norwich. Kingman county. Address A. N.
Clark. Garden City. Kan. 2.5-12t
FOR SALE 10 lots in Lincoln street addition cheap
for a few (leys. Call on Dean & Maxwell. 23-U
"IT'OR SALE-Oftlccon Douglas avenue; ncre lots on
1 tin; hill. Frisco HeUhts, Gilt Edge acre property,
on College Hill; a gre it chance to my rich property
with a poor man's purse, for a fewdays only. Kaut
man's ical estate ottice. 315 E. Douglas ave. 22 bt
T'OKSAI.E 4 bits on aco aveuuo I0ux29 cheap
' rrniu week. It will n;iv Mm to Investigate
Call on Dean & M.ixweli. " -':-
"8 "'OR SALE 2!-g acres on Cdl-ge Hill, a fine i .'ece
1 of ground; 30 acres on Cilego Hill, a good in
vestment. Dean & Maxwell. 23-M
IT'OR SALE -Complete i set of tinners tools audi
1 first-class delivery wagon. Address Woud :rly &
Cook. Wichita. Kansas. 2i bit
"J "OR SALE- 2 lots on north Wat-r street between
I First and Sei-.-nd street, Broom house rents tor
SiOinr mootli Sto.O 0 Dean & Maxwell. 23-iit
IT'OR SALE lti acres on llvdratillc ave.
L, acto. Dean & Maxwell.
ITiOR SALE Fine English pu do?s. all kinds of
X imported ami native sinpin and talking bird.-.,
pet animals antl fncy pigeons. WIe.'ilta i-":ucier
Agencj . "A'T S.3Ios-ley. --t
IT'OR "ALK Cheap. t o east front lots on S. Fmpo
1 ria avenue. Ie.s man four llK'k from Dougia
avenue. Owner Mies t- leave citt . Terms of -ftl
tvu-otmable. Addr, s lo.-k Ikjx 713 city. -."2-st
IT'OR SALE UOt-sl businciS honbe on Main street
. reuts ferSS.t'.w per tar. Lean Jt Maxwell. 23-6
TT'OR SALE A pood paytrnr buines for sale, or
. partner wntetl. l'eito .v 21ax well. 23-M
" .""OH s vLE We have a full list of Chicago avenue
1 property for sale at low ttpures. Come at one or
it is gone. "Karnum .v Getrge 110 Main stieei. ii-W.
17OK ALE .Vlfoet on Douglas avenue near Slain
ttrcet at b-ittom tUurcs; easy term-,. Karnum :
George, 110 Main sdreet, "-t
J70KSALE 5-s:orv brick business houc on Main
1 st. ;U,Ui for a few da. Tajs a gtnnl rent.
Dean Jt Maxwell. S-t
IT'OR SALE Cheap and a bisbirgain. SttKkof
1 srocerle;. in agixnl Ucation. Good reaon for
N,tJlliij:. Addres. b x 1U. city. 23-Stt
TTtOK SALE S lots on Lawreac aveuuo near Tenth
fctreet. et front; Come "at once, farnum t
George. 11" Ma'n Ktrcct.
IT'OR SAi E " feet e.ut front on Market street nar
1 new wholesale cricerj- liue. Hfg bargain. Drfc-o
S7.1XM. Karnut.i Jt Giorpc. llo Slnlnrtreet. 2?-6t
17OR SALE t0 feet on EmiHirla avcnijo, only two
blocks fmui Dju.-Ihs. Big Uirsaln. Fanium &
George. HO 21am -treet . 4i-
tin svl.r 'ii!4 ft.t on MarSet street with
4 house STi'J bi O. Dugbec, W. Dougla. Cominer
1 hnu.-e. ic-if
1 -w-rtT 2TV 4 l.tc In lWrr'-i mill. Ofl lorc, ami
JL1 bani.'feacevi. wiih fruit and saade tres. Sl.tul;
by O. Dugbec. Counnercial house, t'ii W. Douglas.
ITiGH SALE ft) acres seven mlle from Wichlw.
1 new houc. new liarn and bedce fence around
each fortv acres. To be sold cheap by O. BusIk-c at
Commercial hotel. No. 12U W. Douglas. 2Mf
T-iOnSVLK 0x140 feet on Wichita street, with S
JL1 room hou-4 good cellar. O. Uusbee, Coinmrrlal
house. No. r-1) w. Douglas. 23-tf
17OK SALE 75x140 feet on Market -treet with cool
house; price 3l,4i. by O. augbve. Commercial
house. 120 Douglas, weit. 22-tf
ITAOrt SALE 3 lots on Chicago ave, in West Wlch-Mta-
fine location for mildness house at a siecinl
bargain for a few days. Farnum Jt George. 110 Slain
17IOR RENT ine nice, unfurni-hed room, with
V lcnnl. rieasnnt parlor adjoining. A pleasuut
home for man and wileor two gentlemen or ladles.
Reference. No. Z!i upstairs, North ilalu. 25-Cti
1710R SALE Bakery anu comecuonery. ooiiir u
1 gool business, or will take in a partner. Apply
box 135 N'ewtou, Kan. -!
IT'OR SALE. 75x140 ft on north Fourth ave. east
front; big bargain. Price $1,150, Faruum &
George. 110 Jiaiust. VHit
IT'OR SALE Livery outfit lor sale, including fine
1 single and double drivers with new buggies. Q.
ugbee, lS'J. Commercial hotel. 21-6t
"ilOR SALE 25x'40 ft. and good six room house on
!' Fourth ave. only oUb block from Carey hotel.
Snap. Price $2,600, Farnum & George, HOJIaln. 2i-6
TT'OR SALE Fine business block and lot on Main
JL st. between Douglas ave and h irst street at a bar
gain, arnum & George. 110 Main st.
IT'OR SALE Hi4 lots, J-2,000. In Rich's add. Terms
liberal. Leo Taj lor. 2S0N. JIain. room 1. 5-tf
IT'OR SALE-Snap 22 lots only one and one-half
. blocks from Douglasave. in the heart of the city,
on easy terms, if taken in a body. 75 to 100 per cent,
can be made out of it in the next six months. Far
num & George, 110 Main st. 14 lm
f'OR SALE Five, ten, fifteen or twenty acres, le
lnjj a portion of the e.ist half of the southwest
quarter of hection 3, situated 2J-J miles north of
I longl.'ts avenue, and 1J-' miles (jast of Lawrence ave;
Price SA50 Iter acre. Surah AllLstou. lC-2mt
IT'OR SALE 147 acres of line laying land only two
. miles north from corporation of Wichita, highly
improved, only $75 per acre. Easy terms. Farnum
& George. 110 Main st. " 14-lm
TTVjR SALE A farm of 4H0 acres. Will sell the
L? whole orsubdivide it. Situated four anil a half
miles east of Lawrence ave. on 13th .st. It is admir
ably adapted for line stock; 210 acres in grass, ICO
fenced in pasture-; several outbuuiidings, 2 wells,
wind mill, swine pens. .etc.. etc.; Urge house 10
rooms with all conveniences; also tenant houte;
Manchester station on place: two passenger trains
dilv each way to and from Wichita. Will sell cheap
if sold soon. Not In hands of agents. For particu
lars enquire on place. C. B. l.udlam. 12-tf
IT'OR SALE Rest bargain In WlchiU for one week,
JC 150 acres onlviJ 'miles north on Lawrence ave,
joining the Wicuica Gardens, must be s.dd at once.
Call for prices aud terms. Farnum & George, 110
Main st. . 6-lm
JTIOR SALE At a bargain, a 5:1x220 lot with a Jive
room lionse. good cellar, coal house, water, etc.
Wichita An Gallery, 125 Main st. 15G-tf
"IT'OR SALE 5(h) town lots in Garden City; special
Jt; bargains; aUo deeded land adjoining the city. Call
on or address E. J. Pyle. real estate agent. Garden
City. Kan. Vj-Tm
"7011 SALE Fine farm near 3It. Hope, improvett. SO
JL acres good plow land. 40 acres good hay land, 40
acres good pasture. Will give long time on part and
will take In trade horses or cattle. Inquire at probate
judge's office. d 13tf
LT'OItSALE SH lots In Strong's addition just south
? or Harry st. Fine residences going up; special
inducements to thoe widiiug to build. 15-tf
FOR SALE Lots in Strong's addition; special
terms to those wishing tobulld. Enquire of G.C.
IT'OR SALE A special bargain 21 acres H mile
j. from Carey's Park in one or 5 ac- e lots to suit
purchaser. Terms liberal. J. E. Humphrey & Son,
Eagle block. 81-tf
IT'OR SALE The garden siiot or the world, other
i1 wise known as the Wichita Gardens. For Infor
mation apply to the princiiial real estate dealers, or
to Ashbel Welch, Eagle block. 153-tf
IT'OR SALE-2J: or 10 acres lots in the Wichita Gar
? tlens on Wasflington avenue, north of the city, by
the principal real estate dealers? or Ashbel Welch,
Eagle block. ivur
JT10R SALE On north Main, 2 lots between Tenth
' and eleventh; SbfiOO; part time; a snap. Taylor A
Taylor, room 1. 251 Main st. 41-tf
IT'OR SALE On easy terms, house of six rooms,
east front antl corner: two blocks from norsc
cars; small casli payment, balance in monthly pay
ments. Enquire o G. C. Strong. 15-tf
IT'OR SALE One hundred feet front with two 4
" room houses, on Waco a. enue between 1st and
2d streets. For terms call on J. E Humphrey & Sou,
Eagle block. 21-tf
IT'OR SALE Oltl papers at this office at 25 cents a
TT'OR SA LIJ House and 2 lots North Lawrence avo
12 lots Itoydo east river side addition.
4 lots Fairview addition.
2 lots Lick's addition.
in lots Graham addition.
5 acres Tarlteu's addition.
Good bargains. Mclntyre & Collins, G. A. It.
jrORSALE-2'1ft of otllco railing anil Hall Type
jr writer. Philliis, Irult & Crane, law anil real
estate, 2I N, Maiti si. up stairs, 2n-Cti
JT'OR SALE Entire sfick or half interest of a well
' established dru-r bu-ine.ss. liest location ill tlie
citv. Address Drug-. tiil office. 20-Ct
IT'OR SALE 10 horse Payne boiler and 8 horse au
JL tomatleeut olf engine. Tne-e are first-class. Call
or address Room 15 25! N. .Main street. 20Ct
jnOKaALE Call at once wiiile the prices are low.
J no better bargains can be had than id the Wichita
Gardens. Ashed Welch. Eagle block. 153-tf
IT'OR SALE A well Improved farm near the cily;
one hundred and sixty acres; a special bargain
for a few days. Call at Hardy Solomon's real estate
office, 327 Douglas ave. 32-tf
IJiOR SALE We own all of this prorcrty and u ill
i sell any of It on small payment down; balance in
three or five years. All of it Is In town and in no
body's future great addition 2 room htaise and two
lots. Wichita st; 5 room house anil one lot. Water st,
north; 3 room house and one lot. Water st, north;
5 room house and one lot. Water st, north; 4 room
hou-e and one lot. Market street, north; J single lots,
north .Market street, 3d ft front each ; lots No. 45,01.
HI. 111, l-'O, 12S, l:W. i:W, Nor'th Water st, eaeh 30 ft
front: lots No. 2.i, 41, I, SI. 52.42, bo, 02. 29, W. HI, 129.
WichitH st; lots No. 72, 12S, Waco ave: lots No. 1, 3 and
5, 85 ft front, Washington ave. Deam'sadd on corner;
lots No. 2 and 4, Wabash ave, Deam's sulci, corner;
lots No. 11. 13. 15, Thit teeiith st, Hover's, add: lots No.
C, S. 10 antl 12, Finn th ave, 1 rme & Phillips' adtl; lot
No. l.", Eiiioria ave. Orme it Phillips' add. For full
information apply to Lew Dcam or Harry Stewart.
IT'OR SALE-Lots 175 and 177. Lee's add S Lawrence.
East front opp site church: house " rooms 2
porches, well, etc, all fenced Price $-',Si', part tlmo
House No. U'M North Main street, between
10th and 11th; 7 rooms pantries, closets, cistern,
cellar, well. bam. fenced, etc; ami fifty feet of ground
for $I,0U0, part time ."infect cut front. Fourth ave,
hmith Allensadd, iri. Offered forlu-c-mberonly
at above price. Notice hereby given toall real estate
men to sell. A. R. Mu.-e'.ler, over 12U N Main St.
FOR sALK-t-d acres of r.ice. lying land one
and .'I'c-half iiiileof.tstof the ICeform Col
lege iteon ColbV "ill, f-t the low figure of
rod per ncre 'I his is east on I iecoln btreet
and laud lyingotit he surnf tllst nee on ouc
Ia avenue, commsnds Sod to S.H) per acre
il'COcash will Iiiinlle it. the balance to suit
puroh.i er .MoCalln &, Miller 111 Main. 21-Gt
JTiOIl A' E-Wecan sell f.ira limit-d time 0
'acre-of lni.il within t-li-j linsts of l'lnttetl
ptope'ty an I In th n .nil f c'tv. f r $500 .er
acre 'I li'8 lai.dlies wltliin lG'i rods of ptojier
tvtliatcinmH.il renlvsalea'. Sl-O.i p r tere
a'licl It can b- lift Del fo i-n- qiMrter S'00t)l
c-h. Mc a.la&Mller lis 5t-t . ii-tii
JT'OR S LK ." or l.i ac c- adjacent to relortn
; College site, on toe s mil. S7.',0, per
i.ce .Joins laud tii it coiiim-inds rt-ady nle at
SPi'iO per asre McCaiia A .tlitler, 114 Main st.
j 'Olt SALE 2 bu-iifss lots on Water ritreet.
" hetwee 11 t us; an 1 Second ni' e rfoin house
rents for SIO per month $sSh. i nine nt
once time -r "aleli nit. il. iilftltn-. hay
terms. McCalla & .i iller, 114 M in street.
fT it, SAJ ThcannouneiTii ntof the of 11
1" ing o" the e C.'.y in k lias tuiva-.ted
ptices on the -oiUheMst, "sjiiiI Lin oln -ireet ml
tiiMoii ha-b n inarktil up S2i p r Ioti.ll arotuul
lit he lacei'f thle, ki d fr ihe reas-'Ui tilut we
iiavei-oni c.i miters who for Chrt-tiiiRs n d a
little 'be.tlf lie ief.' we will II liniinfr this
w-kotily, property In tlii3 a Mill n lwvr
than anyh"tlv. t time antl petour azures. Mc
Ciila A- Miller 114 Maln-tieet. ii fit
j- OST V bonk from the il-wlck county llbrarj
I enti'led "1 bo Monej ?fakt'r-.' Under will icjive
at II. G. To!r'ft ofiice under county building 2j-5t
"T" OST Leather nete iHXJk yntulnltc notu and
Jaccouii's of value only to the owner, i'len-o
leie at tin oflice. a5-Ct
JOST A pocketbcMk near ihe Ft. Scott W R. Pw
omceaiut ihefr shotfS. eoiilaining piers anu
mo tiy t che amount of $;(V) Thellntier will be
litfntllv rewardcl by Iealnri at Ft. iwott & W. H.
K. office. J. G ru-tit. 25 't
rOST A Russia lenthercartl case: the finder will
jbe Itiiemlh rewarded Iy leaviiig at Hae'scr Jt
Juekv ni' ctal ofiice. w .iter m. a-t
TOT An invoice of gtwls.; lianlware antl notions;
i:he partv flmli g the moic wll cwuf,T favM
by leaving It-at Paul Jonts drug store or Eagle oak-e
afi'l be i-ew,tri'el. "t
J" OST Bo 's srarf. wiac cob r. with preen ends,
worked wiih a bird on ime end and n &tz on the
other; ny person will be liberally rewarded for
Seovim; it at Eale oillce. ;i-6t
OR TKADS Lota described S. ? S Emporia
17UR TRADE Goni twii-ated cnrriftSP for prod
X' faintly hor-e or po-jd pair of ponies. I. T. ao
bar ; 2-feU
7XK TKADK-19)acrc ferns near KIDorado. Bntler
JL countr; i acre sarin near Towaada. Batbr eoun-fv-
& acre farm at Grden I'Uiue; Itv aTe farm In
ljneeonntj S:.w'; Cdle-pe fftl pro;Tty awl ?un
d other property f-r nierchaatiix ctry property,
siock Ac, at kauf man's S13 E. Donsla art1. ti-it
TO EXCriANGF seod bottom farm for suwt
cattle. Dunuetl AMorehouse. 2 6t
1rOK TR.VDE Liverj" staWe ar.d the entire outfit;
jrood bii-incNS. fjood location; everything be
longlmr to a nrst-cla.s.s liverj" stable; situated in the
city of Cleveland. Ohio; w HI trade fcr lAnd In wot
era Kansas ' Kor iiarticulnrs edtiress locJc box ISi.
Wichita. Kau. lU-tf
SToHAGE For txiibehokl good or merchandUe,
boxed or loose: if voa h.ire any gvis to More
urin them to t&e Wichlti storage Gx, No. US Wet
DoiijUs ave. lS-if
STRAYED Or stolen from J. "W. Gill, Frisco
Heights. Tuwdav evening, Dec. 11th, a sorrel
mare built bl"cky. about 14 hands high with star
in face. A liberal reward will be given for any In
formation. J. W. GiU. Frisco Heights or J. P. Miller.
1141 n Lawrence. 25-t
DR.. WILLIAM HALL,
of Hall& Bennett,
Gives special attentien to Diseases of women. Blood
and Skin Diseases anil all troubles of the Urinary
Organs jK!Cdily cured In both sexes. Office over
Woodman's Bank, North Main street. Consultation
day or night Feze. (Read Drs. Hall & Bennett's card
In this paper.) l-!tf
Bargains in Heal Estate.
A fino agricultural and stock farm, three and one
half miles from city, about 125 acres bro,:e, one quar
ter section fenced for parure, plenty of water and a
small house. , , , . . ,
AisoaOO lots in city finely located and to Rood
neighborhood. Special terms to those wishing to
'n mimrii r.ronortr. For further particulars
see Chris. T. Pearce, asent for Wm. Greiffeusteln. at
Elegant new designs in jewelry coming in
every day at Kassel's. Come in and select
Deforo buying your wintor clothing give
the Queen City Clothing House a call, exam
ine their goods and get prices. Corner Doug
las and Toxica aves, AVichita, .tvan. 100-tf
I will Oder special inducements to purchas
ers for the next thirty days. Receivers sale
at The- Fair, 147 Main street. dlO-tf
The finest 40-acre tract on the market
cheap for a few days. Allen, Graham &
Go to The Fair, 147 Slain street, if you
want a nice frame made to order. dlO-tf
Ladies wanting first-class work done by
experienced dress maker call at room 20,
Gaudolfo's hotel. Mrs. E. G. Forest.
The undersigned haviug been appointed
receiver of the stok of goods, No. 147 Main
street, known as The Fair, all persons in
debted to. the firms of Combs & McCoy or
Combs & Roller, will please call and settle as
these accounts must be closed at once.
S. T. Major, receiver.
Wichita, November 27, 1SS0. " dlO-tf
Having secured the services of Mr. D. "W.
LTepler, a civil engineer of large experience,
we are fullv prepared to do all kinds of sur
veying, pla'tting, otc promptly and with
accuracv. O. Mulvev,
eodlO-'lmo City Engineer.
Worse Than a Fire Alarm.
One of the most dreadful alarms that can
be sounded in a mother s eare is produced by
croup; dreadful, because it is known to be
dangerous; the more dreadful because the
life of a loved one is in jeopardy. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is a never failing safe
guard against this "dangerous disease. Its
reputation as a preventive and cure of croup
is fully and firmly established. In fact, it is
the only remedy which can always be relied
upon. Sold by Aldrich & Brown and J.
P. Allen. dl55-tf
Have elegant dining cars attached to all
trains parsing through Wichita, which are
under personal supervision of an experienced
caterer, and are supplied at all times with
every luxury the market affords. Try the
Frisco dining cars. dl40-tf
12 choice lots on College Hill proper at
V2i. Allen, Graham & Joaes. ICtf
Leave your orders for all kinds iron,
square, or combination wire and picket front
and vnrd fence, cemetery lot inclosures,
etc. " Arkansas Valley Fence Co.
dlO-lm 101) Wichita st.
New goods, new prices to be fount? at Kas
sel's jewelry store, corner Main and Douglas
avenue, Lawrence'.- drug More.
No pinchback goods pawned oft on 3011 by
buying of KnM-el.' the jewtier. dIOtf
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Y6rk Money.
New York. December 13.
Jloncy on call quiet nt 3 10 per cent., closing at 5
Prime nisreantlle paper 1SW.
Sterlint: exchange dull and uncJ:nnircd;actual rates
4S.JJ-'. for today bills and lsH for demand.
Government bonds dull ami bte-idy.
State bunds quiet and hrm.
fi-per-cents of 'M rJt
CIilcat.'t & Alton JW
Chicago, Burlington . Quiucy J;
Ijike Shore .
Jliswuri l'acillc MfH
New York Central 1DJ4
Union Pacific Vis
CIiica::o Grain and rrovlsions.
Chicago, December 15.
Cash quotations were as follows:
No S spring wheat "C.
No 2 retl 7-5f.
No 2 corn &WS362&.
No 2 oats !l .
No 2 rye 51 .
No 2 barley ?4
Drlme tiinothr 17''31S.1
Mess pork It 2nll 3
The leadiug futures rangetl as follows:
Opened Rangetl Closed.
D(C 77 7? 7.
I Jan T7J
I Feb JS&
Jan 77, i,'W.'1h
Dec 95f SflK8fi?
Jan I 37HM
Feb Xfti. nT3i37K
May 424f UH,j.4VA
Dec "&4 S5Jt2a)f
Jan 2574 2S25M
May SOW ife:?i
Doc H 1UV. OillKi lift)
Jan US) 110 ISUK HW
Feb 1175 1175 U5JH "57
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. December 13.
Tht Droyers Journal reiKjrts cattle rcelut 7'0;
shipment.-- 'M": shitiplng steers S S34 .'-. stockers
and feeder 2 ltS ; rows, bulls and mixed 1 403 15
bulk 2"Ax2 tK through Tx steers 2u3&a
Hogs Reeeipts -K.LJ. shipnieuts S0Xy;rtopi ami
mixed-SfH2A: i.actlnc and hipplBg IKiia-:
light 8 7rl IS: skips 2232 So.
sheep Kecelpt. 2J), shipments :(T-j; native 210
! 4V; western 2 VgA 25: lambs 4 503 tfl.
Kansas City Live .-"tuct.
KA.s.t5 Citt. December H.
Cntcle. KfHinr. : : salpm-iits. Out tead.r;
cood foe hoi--, $3 $f 5-;. c-oiBinoa tonedfttm S 25
w,jf no ht-ir.c--, g: r'r.l n. feeding cteer. $t SO
S-l'": cwn SI iS2 .
Hd. - keelpfcs ?SU ; shfpaBi, 1KH; steady;
cood to choke t k6H 25 common " medium 4 tt
Sheep. Receipts, ;;;-. (.hlpment. I'S. s:dy:
cood to clioiw. 2 flu$i 25; oommon to jnliuin,
St 50S2 ).
St. Louis Uve Stoct.
Sr- txtns. Dccemt-r 15
Cattle Receipt IW. sldpments, k choice native
teers t SffcJJ 7l; fair to wxl h pptnc st-Tjrs 4Js
C5. buP-hers ster fair to choice Si i 2u; fte!orn
fair to cnod 2 srns.i To; TeJtas anil Indians ouunnn
to fntr 1 J 70.
Hov iti-rolpt SSOX sbipmenw 1'; choice bosvy
butcbTsie"'to 1 t'4 s.": jiaoKers fatr M tsacj
4 lt 3; yorlo-rsmetiuTi to chuice2g4 &. pbrs
cvMnmon to c-ioi! 2 Sc3 "5.
ShMt Receipts 7U. Oilnmenu nose; oestnton to
j prlme2 lOfc.4 W.
Kansas City Grain and I'rotlsions.
Kavsas Crrr. DoceralHi.- J5.
Dally indicator ivp-irts wft-tt, receipts imU), alp
meats T.ft; No. 2tla.sb T?i; Jj3. ffl ;3!ay7S .
Core rxipts iOU ihipraenu ftttci; .Vo2caba;
Jaa.s:k:r-n r2H Say .
O&ti So. 2 esti 2TH bid
Hour. t"rli-. xx. 73 xix.S545; family. $1 tax
51 15; choice. 1 35kj5! 4i. fancy. 81 55sil 5S?Mtra
faiM-y. $1 fi; . patf-at, $ v$i ofc.
Corn. Kec-lrt-. tjt -Jiiipmeuts. nne; in store,
1M.U": weaker. No. 2.hl3sbW;DaberS Wdi
January. 32 ii. "
Rjc S. 2 casft bid.
E-w?. butter and hoy unchanwL
PitiTtson, Honrxi lot- strar cured bans Jffebtotm.
1 pried b-ef. H. dry salt clrr rB sidtst, $5 &: Jk
clear. $i sihWiWer $1 T5; ilK-rt clenr. 65 OJfc
mo- ed drar rib tJdrt. 58 1; loag clear. $5 25; iiioai
ders. fS 25: b"Tl rtear. if 73.
Mess Pvfft-s9 3.
j Ird.-t."b..i.!ierce, JS 0..
I !tll Stuff. -Vuirt.
toni mil jrr-n. Tjr. drie-a. 3R.
Chop. c:iow. 15. laU. "jl
Ship mS. ac'!-t i ;5i.
Har. JjJeady : Mnall baled. $.? j, larse. SA OX
Flax SetL i-v.
Hatter -5feady. cTeaat'17-faecy, 28; gtxyi, z line
Cb'Tf-'.- Full cream, tSisUu. TCtrotio? Amtria.
1SH: Sans&s, 6s7
Tallow. No. L S?-u. No. 2, 2.
nidfts. Dry Slat N. L 13. No. 2- 'A boll and war.
5; dry alu Na 1. o; No. 2. ; green It No. 1. iz So, i.
6: bull and ta?. ; prren uncured, 2;t: calf. SgU;
ihfp prlt dry, iiL
Broom Corn Short, i-'c; green hrl. 5: eJf 'ror
n. H Hi long coarse, &J cro)r.fci. 1$2J-
OYER THE OCEA1N'.
Dcdlin, Dec. 15. John Dillon
peared for himself today, in action brought
by the government against him for agitat
ing in favor of the "League plan of cam
paign." In his address to the court, Dil
lon contended that the language in his
speech selected as a basis of prosecution
was unjustifiable, that the crown was train
ing the law against him.
The judge declared that the "plan of
campaign" was clearly aud absolutely ille
gal, lie ordered Dillon to give personal
bond in the sum of 1,000 with two sure
ties for 1,000 each, for good behavior in
future, withiu twelve days, or go to prison
for six months.
London, Dec 15. Intimation has been
sent to the khedive's government that early
next year the British force in Egypt will
Ikj reduced to 4,000 men, no British troops
to be stationed r.onh of Cairo.
Development of the Tory cohesive pol
icy has been checked by a strong division
of opinion withiu the cabinet. Lord Ash
bourn insists upon instant action, based ;
upon the judgment of IrLh judges, that
the anti rent campaign is illegal. He favors
the adoption of severest measures, treating
National Leagues :is engaged in an illegal
conspiracy. Sir Michael .Hicks Beach,
backed by Lord Kandolph Churchill, de
mauds a mild enforcement of ordinary
law against several inembe s of the
government outside of cabinet supporters.
Lord Ashbourn advised Lord Salisbury to
dismiss Sir lichiael Hicks-Beach ffoin
chief secretaty for Ireland, and appoint as
his successor a man in favor of thorough
The St. James Gazette and the bulk of
the Tory press violently assail the govern
ment for the dilatory use of existing power
Reports from British consuls in America
on American homestead laws are about to
be published. They agree in praising the
operation of the laws and favor the appli
cation to England of the principle of ex
emption of personal property to a limited
extent from sale under legal proceedings.
Beri.ix, Dec. 15. The public feeling of
uneasiness owing to a war scare, though
without definite basis, is beginning visibly
to alfett bu-iness aud retard enterprise. It
is reliably stated that Count VonMoltke at
at dinner yesterday gave it as his opinion
that there'will be no war while Emperor
Vienna, Dec. 15. The Bulgarian gov
ernment h;ts ordered the deputation of
Bulgarians to await in Vicuna written in
structions before starting for Berlin. The
deputation lias abandoned the idea of going
to St . Petersburg.
Paws, Dec. 15. .Mcrlatti completed a
fifty -flay fast this evening. Doctor.- in at
tendance gave him a small quantity of
specially prepared wine before giving him
food, lie is in good coudition.
Tho Canadian Viow.
Detroit, Dee. 15. The Free Press will
publish toirrow aii interview with Sir
John A. McDonald, Canadian premier.
In response to the questions, what will be
the outcome of the tisherie di-pute. and
is there prospect of its adjustment? he
said: There is or should be no dispute;
the 1 rent 3' of ISIS is just, explicit and suf
licient. It simply forbids American ves
sels from fishing within the three mile lim
it, and from pa-siiiir that limit or lantlinr,
except for certain specified purposes, of
which the buying of bate is not one. There
is no room for discussions as to the intent
of the treaty, except :is to the headland
British Grain Market.
London. Dec. 15. The Mark Lane Ex
piess' weekly review says: The deliveries
of native wheat have been very small. Val
ues in the provincial markets have ad
vanced Is. The trade in Loudon is slower,
although there lias been a rise of (id. In the
sales of English wheat durimr' the
week were li3,o'19 quarters at ',l'S s 1 d
ngainst 70.8G-1 bust year at :J0 s 0 d. Flour
tirm ami (J d dearer. Foreign wheat has
maintained a rise of G d." A slight decrease
in the American supply combined with
reduced shipments from India, keep quo
tations steady. Corn and oats are each 0 d
Grain In 8ilit,
Chicago, Dec. 15. The report of the
visible supply of grain on December 11, as
compiled by 'the secretary of the Chicago
board of trade, is as follows:
Oats, : S.T.M.OuO
Decrease, .- ira.ww
A Carolina Scandal.
New York, Dec. 15. A Kaieigh, X.
C, special to the Times says: The air is
full of talk concerning the criminal con
duct of Congressman John A. Held, of the
Greensboro district. Iieid is publicly
charged with obtaining money lrom the
Wachoria lwnk in Winston by using the
order of Rockingham county, of which he
was treasurer, when in fact the order wa
issued for the purjKe of paying the coun
ty debt. It i now ascertained that Heid
rai-cd the $:0,000 on a property not worth
over S$,Q()V jtnd that he hud pledged his
salary as congressman until the -1th of
March to more than one person. He ntil
monev in this war and obtained ten duys'
j iVave of alince and is now reported to
to have gone to Canada, lie is no in
Washington and has not licen for several
Cansas ;ity Crimes.
Kansas Citv. Mo , Dec. 15. One 0.
W- Phillips, of this city, who would haw
been tried tomorrow fur criminal assunlt
on a Swetle girl, committed suicide to
night. He leaves a wife who is about to
The Times' Jweavcawnrth special says:
Osn Theressa. the Mexican. avIio .stabbed
Patrick McGraw, vai arrested tonight at
the hw.-e of some negroes and hcked up.
McGraw's condition "is mere farorable to
A Pool of Haled.
PiTTSBCRG. Pa.. Dec. 15. A coafer-
ence of railway representatives Ixgaa here
this morning and will continue for several
davs. The object of the meeting is to 'ar
range a system of rules for the runoiog of
of train', which are to be used on all nVd
roads in the country. Heretofore there have
Dctn differ ances in the phra?4og' of lite
running rule. The rnatl? represented arc
the Pennsylvania, Loirisville 5c ".aihritlc,
D. L. fc V., RichrwindA: Danville sj'Ueat,
fickle Plate, Coa.-i Ltae, C. B. & Q., awl
the V.'abash system.
Ltt'o Proceed to Husiness.
Hcros, Dak., Dec. 15. Alout a hand
rei merabcers f the con-Utatiooal conven
tion and all the metnljers of the to call!
legislature f South DiOu-la are htzer is
are Governor .Millelte, Tnited Steles St-na
tor EAcerJin axnl other prominent support
ers of Ihe morement. It M.-eros inevitable
from the general sene of thoe here that
the n-straining clatue of the ordinance will
be repealed and dates set for the state gov
ernment to begin running.
And :-: Made' :-: the :-: Well -:- Known
REMEMBER Old Santa has been the rounds so often that ho Is
well posted where the most children go to trade and to satisfy
himself thoroughly, some three months ago ho hid hiuiseli
1 among the stacks or goods at the Popular Boston Store, final
ly he came out during the week and said to the managers
THIS IS THE PLACE.
rhave never seen so many children trade in ono store as in this,
therefore, in order to supply the rush that will he made upon
us, we contracted with Santa Claus for a full and
varied assortment in his line.
They Have Arrived.
Prices arc so cheap that we look
in amazement ourselves. VVc will try to
enumerate a few of the pretty things we have
but a call will
Please :-:TJs :-: Better
AND JUSTIFY YOU.
Bisque Jointed Dolls, Indestructible Dolls, Wax Dolls with
Natural Eyes, China Dolls, Mechanical Toys, Tin Wagons,
Humming Tops, Tin Horses, Cook Stoves, Ranges, Furni
ture Sets, Tea Se's, Kitchens, Trumpets, Dominoes, Toy
lnkstanJs, Toy Match Safes, Scrap Books, Christmas Can s,
Glass Globes, Autograph Albums, Rattles, In fact, l'oys of
every description too numerous to Mention,
Consisting of Photo Albums, Odor Cases. Glove Cases, Handker
chief cases. Manicure cases. Work boxes. Fancy ciocks.
Dressing cases, Rhaving cases, Broom hold ers, Flower vases, I low
er basket s, Wine sets, Cologne sets, Gents collar and cuti
boxes Music cases, Etc. in Endless Variety. The mobt saluct stock
in the city for presents.
Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers
Bought at the recent auction sale In New York at 50c on the Si -00
The largest and handsomest line in the city, Price far less
to you than our competitors own them.
Hoods, Toboggans, Lace Handkerchiefs,
Fascinators, Imported embroidered handkerchiefs, Laco Fichus.
Child's silk caps, Lace chemisetts. Fancy tidies. Silk Um
brellas, and many other arMcles especially
selected for Holiday Trade.
Jewelry ! Jewelry !
Just received direct from manufactory, the choicest sty les and
prettiest design ever brought before your notice. We have
cood warranted goods in solid gold, gold fruits, heavy roUod plate
oxidized sliver and gold, in fact everything you could think
of in the lewelry line, all have been marked with a small margin as
we want them to go and nave them closed out by
the end or the Holidays.
These goods have been recently selected by our eastern buy or and
when examined we ioei winiucni. vcu- ii-timi ,f w.. -styles
that are made in Plush. Leather. Leather
ette, Snake skin and alligator, you will taid m our asortmant.
Useful Holiday Gifts.
What can be more useful Christmas gift than a nice cloak, a fino
pair of Biankets, a fine silk dress pattern, a fine vrooicMi
drespattern. We offer you our entire line of Fancy vrii.s In
Jackets, Short Wraps, at one half the former prlca. Aide
to see the
Red Figure Mark
White Blankets $1 .29 a pair and upward: gray blankets 00c n pair
and upward. 16 yards or irend bonnet black silk ior .$15. Oar
dress goods stock has had a general cutting in price.
Ofalarge in voice of Handkerchiefs for this week. GO doz. Japan
ese hem-stir ched silk handkerchiefs 25c wortn 50; 40 dost Coioene
siik handkerchiefs, handsome pat eras, usual price 40c our
price this week l&c; 100 doz. hem-stitched colored border unen
handkerchiefs, always sold at 15c our price thte weesc flc;
200 doz. colored border handkerchiefs sold very where at 10c our
price this wek 3c; 3O0 doz. bordered handkerchiefs at 1C.
From December 11 to December 25lli Inclusive,
We will keep oui store
benefit ol those
WALLENSTEIN & COHN,
BOSTON -.- STORE
SOUTH SIDE DOUGLAS AVE. NEAR MAIN.
open evenings for the
who cannot trade