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xz Sictxita Sails n& : finvstom WovxiIvlq, gecemtar 16. 1886.
.!. M. iinillOPKA UKO.- r.iir!iiir
KliAJ, ESTATE TK.YNSL'EHS.
The folio-.vius aro ttij real estate transfer
records! in th-j o:K;j of the register of dee.Is
G S Ireland to 51 J Kcchelie, Jot 7,-
Tarlton'h '.l add 3 G00
F G Smyth to J-S Sniithson, lotS-J, ulk
G, Junction Town Co
G L Rouso to T J Harris, lots 12, 14,
10, IS, lilk 7, Washington ave, add...
J S Parmell to 51 31 Kessler, lot 97,
Church :t --
E R Stewart to G C Uruner, lot V.),
"W I' B.-unes to 31 Ziminerly, lot 118,
TV A Horn's; to S G Sisson, lots 15.1, 157
TojM'ku ave, Orme & Thiiltp" add...
31 Ziiinneriy to 31 P Barnes, lot 113,
Douglas avu f-
G 31 Boyd to it C IJostick, !.;s rJ-'J, -55,
47, 4'.), 31. 3", 3, 37, blk 2, Marquis
J Horn to R A Fi-h, lot 14, Wa&hing
iugtou ave, Lincoln 5t add
C A Wallace to S li Rronsois, lots 11,
1:5, Watkin'n sub iiv
II Inibfxicn to S U IJwjsou lots 2C, 2',
Af,h st. Park Place add
S A Suoultz to Bamberger lot 2C, 25,
Walter st ilaggoi ty's add
P H Mueller to .1 Fr-m!: loj 14, I (J, IS,
Uiliiiea'C, 13, 13, 17, Cuerbonie
nvf jlvi- Her t .sub-div
II F Bleakinoio to A H. Greef lots 73,
73, 77, 7K, Market s,t lot- OS, 70, Lavr
ren e ave, English s (!th add
J V Koogle to C It 31 lilt r coin at n w
c"'- lot -Jl, Douglas Greiireatme 2nd
G . i-sii .) i. Lion--oii undiv 1-0 lots
2, I. Ik 3 and lo'sl, '2, 3, 4, "blk G Kiu
kaid's 2nd add
G W'a.sii undiv to U Ji Umnian 1-G lots
1, 2. blk :', lots 1, 2, :, 4, blk G, Kiu
kaid's 2nd add 1000
J lU'.ly to A Jacks, commencing 40 ft
s and ii'.' It n of ue cor of nv qr 21-27-1
e thence .s 133 ft v 173 ft n 1SJ ft
o 173 1300
31 It Mom.t to J V Dale, odd troin 1 to
3'. EstoiJe ave Firebauirh's Mib-div.. 4100
J V Dale to 31 It iloser, so qr 13;2G-3iv 10000
A D Wheeler to J McConuif k, n hf
lots 7, it, n ashmgton avo Hilton 2u
B KelM-h to W U'ltiiiH', begat loJ ft n
ofecorblkA Ilodson it StaneeS
add thence n 100 It w 140 ft s 10J ft c
. J .ueAito to Jouiiaon X Blackwehier,
bej; 525 It e ot n -or of no qr !)-27-l
o thence e 175 ft t ft htv 300 ft n
G 11 Blackwelder to A V iJell, lots lb,
l'J, 2", 21, 22, Blackwoldei's s,ub-(liv.
N B .Moore to A A Hyde, lots 35, 37,
3!), 41. 43, 15, Do.ijjius avj, Walker's
"W It Coleman to A A Ainidon, com'g
at. se cor ot se jr, of ne qr, 2S-27-1 e,
thi'ii v n 20 lods, w 20 roa. s t;0 rods,
c 20 rods '
K (jtran.i.ii to L Gillen. lots 13, 41,40,
4b, Wabah av , Giu ham's add
A I -JI7H--11- ut J Dod'l, lots 47. Cheney.
G "W Yomiians to V Kirb-, Jots 17, ill,
21, 24, Clock st, Fairviow add
S Ayrea to I N Partridge, lot. 53, 45,
Cleveland ave, Carn-o:i'.s add
It E LavreiS'-e to C F Coleiua.i, lots
100, 102. KM, 10G, IwiiverMty ave,
E'twrence's Gth add
S Huir tr.l WaWi, lot. 201, 20.;. 2'JS,
200, 202, 201. Main st, ily.le'a add
II Schiveiter to J C L:,iit, lot GO,
A'ahington ave. Lincoln st add
T Cnu-li to II A Cimord, iofe, 1 1, 10, 16,
2i, , Second st, 31ai)lo Grove add..
G W Clement to L J Phillips, lots 77,
70, Chik st, Clements hub dr. 1 100
"W 31oivlund to J J iloreland, lot 10,
blk 10, 3it Hope
Junction 1V n Co to it .Smyth, lots 21,
2'- 20,27,23. blk 0, Junction Town
li .j..j.tjn io C L.t.ience, lot-s 5, 7,
Seneca st, Stanlou'.s add
J R Wylie to :T Ell.ott, lots 1141, 1143,
It E L-iwronce to C F Coleman, Jots 70,
72, University ave, Lawrence's Gth
3L W oilman to K W Cuern.-eiihauer,
lots 42, 4l, Fifth avo, Woliman's add
(5 W Burthoiowniew to A II Down-,, v
hf l olio wing: commencing 520 It s of
s o cor lot b.", 3Iaii.ct t, Fn.gerald's
allr, thence w 3U0 ft, s 175, o00 ft n
K Ciaiiam to G W Ki-lley, lots 25, 27,
20,31, Wabash ave, GiahamV. add..
P U Midler to li Uaehr, lots 20, 22, 21,
31illside ave, lots 10, 21, 2,5, Ches
buruetive, 31ueller's sul-div
I .S Watkms to J T Bethel, lots 74, 70,
EmjKirm ave, Onne ic I'hillins1 add.
P Cetto to II Stiner, lot 07, GO, Cietto
ave Getto's add
S Hull' to J 31or.se, lot 07, Court st....
II T Craven to A E Shober, bg 30 It n
and 300 ft of e cor 2i)-2r le
"W Ciow to C b Sheet-, bg llU'J it w by
12.b ft s of ne cor ot ne qr 20 27-le. .
E 31 Karr to J Talkuer, lots 17, 10, 21,
23, 25. Washington ave, lots 33, 35,
37, :W,41, 4.5, 45, 47, Ohio ave. 20, 31,
32, 35, 37, Chetiv ave, 31cAtee add..
G H Black welder to 11 B Keller, lot S7,
31eade ave 1 . .
Junction Town Co to O 3Iartiuson, lots
41, 12, blk 0, lots 25, 2)5, 27. 2s, 20, 'M,
40, 41, 42. 43, 45, 47, 40, blk 7, lots 14,
15, 10, 17, 10, 20, blk . lots 4, 5, 0, 7,
blk 11 .SS75
Junction Town Co to O 3Iaitinson, lots
S, 10, 11. 12, 21. 25, 20. 27, 2- 3.3, :U,
;V, 30, :7, lots 25, 20, 27, 2s 2S, 30, 31.
32, bile 3, lutj, 1, 2, ;;, 1, 5. 0, blk G,
Junction Town Co add
J 11 McGnll' to .1 Hod-on, lot 10S, w hf
lot 100, Water st
A B Auger to J II Richards, lots 152
G 1 Hnbeoek to 31 31 Kossley, Jot 05,
G It Uike to U E Luvvieuee, conunenc-
ing at n w eor of w qr 20-27-le,
Uience s ltt) It, e 100 ft, n UVJ ft, w
3V D 31cCormick to E B Ebert, lots 41,
42,43, 41, 45, 40, 4S, 47, EHisave,
31cCormick add 1000
C S Shulu to. A Baurheyer. Ixsg 1109
ft w and 121W ft s ot na cor of ue qr
20 27-1 e, thence s 26 ft, w lib', n 26
ft. e US 500
2! Us Mill's
The artist, has moved her studio to 330 X.
RhoherV .stock of groceries atcost, 510 East
DouglH ave:iue. d25-tf
Sholwr's stock of groceries nt cot, 510 East
Yesterday afternoon a good-sized crowd
wnMi.ttwl nt tlw West Wichita fair ground to
witness the trotting race between 3IcKen
zie's Drummer Boy and Cooper's Brittle Sil
ver. The rao was for $300 a side and was
won by Drummer Bjy;
This race was one of the most exciting and
inlere-tiug events of the season. 3Iostof
tLo local sports were upon the ground and
bet heavily, fully $5,000 being up on the
Brittle Silver, on account of the previous
victory, it was believed by' man-, would
easily win the race, and was accordingly
heavily wagered upon by her admirers.
3Iasou, Lapham and Clapham were judges,
Davis starting judge. The race was run in
After five unsuccessful attempts a start
was made at 2 :33. Drummer Boy came up
tho home stretch ahead but broke just as ho
was going under the wire, giving the heat to
Brittle Silver. Time, 2:50.
Both the second and third Iicats were close
ly contested but resulted in favor of Drum
mer Boy; the time of the second heat being
2:44f. of the third, 2:41);.
y. 31. c. A.
The I"cw Yorlc Millenary, 13S 3Iain street,
are vacating their premises on Jan. 1 in or
der to clear ic absolutely. They are selling
off their entire stock of millinery at such
prices that no one should fail to take advan
tage or tms opportunity.
To t!ic Citizens of Wichita and Vicinity.
3Ve wish it known that we havo located a
branch nursery at "Wichita, and that ws
mean business and have come to stay, n e
intend making "Wichita a distributing point.
We ask for nothing but yoar patronage.
Parties wanting stock will do well to take
a look at the samples of our stock on exhibi
tion at the east end of the iron bridge oppo
site the Riverside hotel and get our prices.
They will find it to their interest to buy cu
i ect from a responsible nurseryman, especi
ally a home nursery. Avoid buying of deal
ers and tree eddlers. "We guarantee our
stock to be first-class in every particular.
"We make a secialty of setting and guaran
teeing stock, particularly evergreens. Our
stock of shade and ornamental trees and
shrubs is full and complete.
"W. C. Shaw and R. H. Southwell are our
duly authorized agents, and any othei-s who
mav hereafter be employed will be furnished
with a certificate of authority under tlie
nursery seal. Any orders entrusted to them
we will be responsible for. Headquarters at
the Commercial hotel until further notice.
C. II. rl-VK & Sox, Props.,
Lamar, 3ro., and Wichita, Kan., nurseries.
HOLIDAY - GOODS
.The Y. 3L C. A. has iortunately secured
3Ir. Frank W. Smith, an ex-soldier and ex
prhouer of Anderoouville, to deliver his lec
ture on "In and out of Audersonville."'
Everybody says his lecture is simply im
mense. When he lectured in Chicago in lbZ-3
3Ir. Hemingway, the general secretary of the
Y. 31. C. A. there, said: "3Ir. Frank W.
Smith's lecture 'In and out of Audersonville'
delivered in Farewell hall Dec Gth, in our Y.
31. C. A. member's course, was a success in
every sense of the word. In spite of the
darkness and storm, and the fact the popu
lar lecturers like Cough, Stoddart, and oth
ers were speaking in various halls in the
city, over 1,400 were present- A more de
lightful audience is seldom ever seen in our
hull. A reporter said: 'You can't report
that man, you "must hear him.' Another
said: 'He is entertainment himself.' "'
T'flrtrnms in lots in Stomr's addition. This
addition is rapidly building up with fme res
Central avenue lots at
ham & Jones.
Enquire at tho cloak department of the
White Hou-;e for those new short wraps.
S H Nelson's Bargain Houe, 222 3Iain
trof-r has the larcest stock of Christmas
goods in the city.
Call and see the display of articles for
fUrKfni'is Tiiweiit-s. Call soon. b. it. -ei
sou, Bargain House, 222 31ain street.
New short wraps
Regular board $4.00. 3Ieal tickets $4.50, at
the Detroit Bluing Parlor, 223 E Douglas
I have tro many fine albums in stock,
whi.'h must be sold before December 2o.
Call and see them. S. H. Nelson, Bargain
House, 232 N 3Iaiu st. f3tf
Kassel the jeweler, is selling more watches
than all others put together. Why Be
cause they are only the best and at figures
vou never heard of before. Kassel,
- dl0-tf 'Che Jeweler.
Allen, Git.- !
2 acres lots on College Hill $2,400.
Graham & Jones.
Elevator for Sale or Kent.
The valuable property know n as Todd Ele
vator, with 75 feet frontage on A., T. & S.
F. R. It., tiack, scales,etc, will.be sold cheap
on easy terms or rented, after December 1,
1SSG. 14:i-tf II. W. Li:vis.
Tf von want to make nioni-y don't forget to
rail on S. Drukker fc Co,, the live real estate
brokers. They have some good bargains in
3fain street lots and properly on College
hill. Iots in all parts of the city. Some
good houses, etc., etc. Now is your time to
invest and don't you forget it. No. 151 North
3Iaiu street, betweeu Douglas and First
Tlie annual meeting of the First Presby
terian church of Wichita will be held in tho
church on Wednesday evening Dec. 15th, for
the purpose of hearing the annual loports,
election of ollicei-s and such other business as
mav be presented for consideration.
dl7-0t 31. L. Gauvj-.u, Clerk.
Wichita, Dec. 0, 'cG.
Books marked or any kind of fancy pen
manship done to order. If you ish visiting
and holiday cards 1 would bo pleased to
show 3-01121 large and handsome stock to
tolect fiom. J. R- Kenwoithy, room 0 over
522 Douglas avenue. d21-tf
Skates, skates at Trimble Bro?. & Tlnel
keld's. List your property with W. O. Riddell &
Co. if y 051 want it sold (puck. Office up
stairs over Kansas National bank, Main
W. O. Riddell & Co, have property north,
south, east and west. Cilice over Kansas
National bank. 3Iain stieet. d21-tf
O. Riddell & Co. sell dirt and sell it
quick. "When you want to invest see them
Over Kansas- National bank, Slain street.
Sterns, the ticket broker, has romoved to
No. 150 N. Mam st. io'-i
1 5-acre lot at $2,500. 20 acres for $12,000.
10 acres for $3,500. Good terms: all on east
side with good view of city. Allen, Graham
& Jones. Itof
Desiring to close out my entire stock of
watches, clocks, jewelry and silverware, I
will nOVi- thorn to thu nublic from now until
Feb. 1st at less than manufacturer's prices.
Agnes Sommers. d23-tf
GIVEN AWAY, GIVEN AWAY,
Two Gold "V:itclies.
I will have to move on Feb. 1st, and every
thing must be sold by that time regardless of
cost. Further, in oider to show my appre
ciation of the liberal patronage the people of
Wichita and vicinity have bestowed upon
me for the past six years, 1 will give away
on Feb. 1st, two elegautgold watches. Every
purchases of three dollar's worth of goods
will lie entitled to a ticket.
22$ Douglas ave.
Safe, fixtures and show eases for sale.
All the old customers of the Fair are solic
ited to come and take in the bargains that
will be oll'ered for the next thirty days at
receiver's sale at the Fair, 147 Main st.
To elose Odds and Ends of Stoek
art -OO E
eourse every one cost more
Anyone wanting a eloak
A bright bay horse, seven years old, in
good ilesh, a lew saddle marks, inane wore
otT on neck, shod all round, one white hind
foot. A iv ward of $75 will be paid for the
arrest of the theif and horse: $25 for the
horse without thief. Jas. Loxgjiiuk,
Wichita, Kan., Nov.22d, 1880. d5-tf
Children's sets at Trimbk
keld, 110 East Douglas ave.
Lots on East Douglas avenue. See W. O.
Riddell & Co., over Kansas National Bank.
New beautiful novelties in short mantles at
the White House. d23-0t
S. II. Nelson's Bargain House, 222 Nortli
Main street, is now displaying a large stock
of goods for Christmas. d23tf
It will pay you to go and see the display
of diamonds in A. A. Post's window atN
423 Douglas avenue.
S lots on Estelie avenue at $200 per lot,one
half cash. See W. O. Riddell & Co., over
Kansas National Bank. 20-0t
If you want a frame, hanging lamp, veloc
ipede, bird cage, basket, jewelry, engraving,
etching, artist material, boy's wagon, brack
et, panel picture or anything else go to the
receiver's sale at the Fair, 147 31ain st.
See our advertisement in tho columns of
the New York 3Iilliuery and be sure to se
cure 3'our bargains in this line. dl7-tf
Is the only Hue from Wichita that runs
double daily trains solid to St. Louis with
out change of cars of any kind, making di
rect connection for all points east and south
east and north and northeast. Rates always
as low a? via. other lines. For particulars,
maps, time tables, etc., call on W. D. Mur
dock, ticket agent, Frisco line, 110 North
3Iain street and Union depot, or F. D . Rus
sell, general western agent, 327 Douglas
You can get diamonds of the best quality
and at prices that will open your e'es, at
Kassel's jewelry store. " dlO-tf
14 lots on cast side at $150. Allen, Graham
HotLl for Kent.
The new $0,000 hotel at Cullison, the ter
minus of tho K. P. it W. railroad. Favora
ble terms to the right parties. Apply to T.
C. Wales, Wichita, or to
Jameson & Fowler.
22-Gt Cullison, Kas.
Chamberlain's Hye and Skin Ointment
Is cooling anil soothing, when applied to
sensitive part. it piomptly reliees iuila
mation, chafing and soieness of skin, and all
smarting and itching diseases. It has cured
clnonic inflammation of the eyes, "when
every other t'entment had failed. Sold by
Aldrich & Brown and J. P. Alien. 155-tf
ists' liquor statements can bo pro
cured at tms oince at $-1 per thousand, post
age extra. d05-tf
The Fair, No. 14i
open for business,
31uin street, is
Call and get barj
AVristleis gloves, suspenders,
cuff boxes atGoldstaudt's.
At cost, at cost, Shober's stoek
rios. 51U liast Douglas avenue.
At ;cst. at cost. Shobor's stock
rios, ft!V East Douglas :U enue.
Not :co is hereby given tlnit nil property
belonging to mo is this day withdrawn from
tlie market Any one wanting to buv can
call in person. " 31 Us. 31akt Yikb.
This Moi nine's No: til Main St root Sjoci.-Us.
A prime corner for $3,500. A gilt edge
cottier 75x110 feet with valuable improve
ments, $15,tXW. 2 lots between Park and
Tenth. $2,400. 2 fine lots in same block,
$2,500, haif cash. high lots between Tenth
and Eleventh, $1.SW) wish; $2,000 one-half
cash. 2 lots and $1.100 improvements, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh. $3,000. 50x140
ft and $1,500 improvements between Tenth
and Klewuth, $3,500. 125x140 ft between
Eleventh aud rwelfth. $2,200. 0 lots between
Eleventh ana l'weltth. $3,000.
Call at once. They are goins like hot
cakes. McCai.ua & 31iluek.
23-tf 1 14 3Iniu st Room 4.
Silk mutllers-, handkerchiefs ami neckwear
all at cost. Hull, furnisher and hatter.
Fine faucv underwear and hosierv at Gold
staudtV. " d215t
$30,000 worth of diamonds and goll
watches to be sold at a great sacrifice, by A.
A. Post, at No. 423 Douglas avenue. 22-tf
3foro diamonds can ba seen
Post's window every clay than
any two whole stocks in Wichita.
in A. A.
there is in
Satin suspenders for embroidering at Gold
Seal-skin cans at Goldstandt's.
shirts at Gold-d21-5t
Novelties in neckwear at Goldataudt":
Just received, ten barrels of Ohio hickory
nuts at Chas. I. Fuller's. 2020 Douglas. 24-3t
Closing out my furnishing goods
Hull, 402 Douglas ave.
E. Sc W. collars $2 per dozen,
Christmas presents for men and bovs a
Goldstandt's. - d24-5t
Silk umbrellas and canesat Goldstandt's.
Colored silk velvet at 75c per
fancy work, at 31rs. Kramer's.
I wish to close out my stock and oltef the
goods at cost Hull, men's furnisher. 24-ot
Silk and cashmere mufilers at Goldstandt's.
Latest style stiff hats at cost,
Douglas avenue is Gld-d24-3t
Silverware at Trimble Bros. & Threlkeld.
11:' East Douglas ave.
All kinds of wood and brass articles for
decorating, also lessons in all kiuds of em
broiderv, at 31rs. Kramer's, 120 Main st.
Pocket cutlerv at Trimble Bros. &: Threl
keld, 110 East Douglas ave.
No matter how I got them, I have them,
and at the following prices:
$ 30 00 Diamond Lace Pin for $ 30 CO
Can Secure a Bargain,
For liis Headquarters in Wichita.
Toys and Dolls. Books and Games, Plush Gocls, Silk Handker
chiefs, ana all the Latest Novelties for
M. EOHN & CO.
Remember our store will be open every evening, commencing De
cember 13th. thereby giv'ngall an orortunlty
to buy their Holiday Goods.
STAMPING DONE FREE
All parties buying Handkerchiefs and material for embroidering,
cran have their stamping done free of charge on handkerchiefs.
A WORD ABOUT CLOAKS.
Remember a cloak or wrap makes a nice Christmas present, 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. Cat! at
The cloaks will sell themselves. It will need no talking only to
whisper the price in your ear.
109 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
326 DOUG-LAS AVENUE.
LIBERS OF STYLES and
"We arc vacating our premises on January 1st. and
Our whole stock in order to close it out entirely by that timt".
have a large ana eieganu sloua ui
Trimmed and untrimmed. which we offer at Marvelouiy c heap
prices. Our Hrimmings, Fancy Feathers. PJuuiPd
and Tips will ba sold equally low.
REGARDLESS OF COST.
-NTniariv should fail to make use of this splendid opportunity.
Former Price $5.00
Frrmer Price 6 00
-10 acres on orth Iiwrcnce avomio for
siV by . O. ltuiilell & Co., over Kansas
National Bank, Main sL 'J0-Gt
Carvers at Trimble Bros. & Tlirelkelil, 110
Kait Douglas ave.
Ho, Tor Tlie Holiday-.
A large asortnunt of carver-; in sets,
plated " are audi X 1 fine pocket cutlerv,
and a geneial Minply of Xmas eoods suitable
for presents to be hud ut Trimble Bro. &
Threlkeld. 110 Ensx Dousln-. Prices low.
Call andee our lino, we think we can please
Anew thing in mufilers at Gold.-.tandt's
Will commence this day. Dee. 12. to take
boarders at $0 per week. Hotel Gandolfo.
Ladies will find the mot elegant Hue of
eeutlemen's. mulllers in the city. All rauf
tler:. and bauitkervuief bought of Mrs.
Kramer will Ik- stamjHi.1 fre of cbarcre. A
complete line of pluhe. pongee and Chma
silk., sattoen. Wiuds-or cloth, and felt,
wa-h ilk. arrasene. cheuille. fancy balls ami
cai ds for fancv work, at ilr. Kramer'-. 120
Main st. d'24-.V.
NotJcw to Uallder.
All kinds of building atone constantly on
baud. Call on the .Aucusta Stone company.
702 East Douglas avenue. xdll4-tf"
55 CO diamond oar rings...
$1H)00 " " ' ..
S12.-. 00 "" " '' ..
:?00 01 " " " ..
$700 00 " " " ..
$um oo " u " ' ..
A S0 00 diamond finger ring
A $C5 00 "
A SU0 00 " " "
A $2( 00 " '
A .?7t)0 00 " " "
A $50 VO diamond ihirt stud
! A 100 00 " " "
,A$ltC0 ' " "
; A $265 00 " " "
; And many other siitable diamond? at the
' same rats-C Alo loO laxiies and gent- gold
! watcher at less than tbey ean 1 thought in
' Xew York. Xow the?"are facts and if yon
' will Kill at my store I can convince you of it.
Others may Ml you it is impossible, but
, come and se for yourselves, and you will
' wonder as all do)" how in the world 1 get
I them. Most respectfullv,
A. A POST.
I No. 42S Douglas avenue, Wichita. 2-tf
Former Price $6 00
Former Prce 8.00
Former Price 10. CO
Former Price 15.00
Red ced to
ormer Prce $5.00
ormyr Price 7 50
ormer Prhe 0 00
ormer Price 11.00
ormer Price 13,00
Our Goods and Prices are
Red -ced to
ONE :: PRICE.
Manhattan Clothing Co.,
326 DOUGLAS AVE.
E. J. FOSTER,
219 Douglas avenue, is still at the tront; ancilsnowshovirr; the
most complete line of
Ouwwarc, China, Glassware and Fancy Ms !
Ever seen in this city. He has just received a fnwh lnv
Harilands China Dinner setts in their choicost decorat:'
nnii-viv ivofnrft rhev are all Kone. xouareiauiiiuu '1""
and know what
to axpact. He is displaying tLi
" - of
Iver Shown in tliis Cilv. and
VOUR OWN PRICE.
HOLIDAT GOODS and useful presents for alL
place, and avordto the wise is sufficient.
You fcnvw the
FAILURE OF HEALTH
Is the cause of our wanting to ciosout our businb' thatwd
desire to announce to our friends and the pub Jc that
on and after
December 13th, 1886J
-rrr-r-ll wa rrrn fVifi rvnnf!t Of OOr QntllC StOClC
v hiinnr mtteftL intanLlnn to ctoJOUtOOr
t cut pr' as, i'
ilanunoth Stock of
ftnpkiw. iWmmt LaniDS. Ciiandelieii Pialcdwara
' Bird Cages, Flower Pots, Etc.
-rtt Vf -rh 1st, 37- It will pay you to coma and aee us.
iReraembcr'the Place 128 Main St., Wiehite
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