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Stic SJStic&ita Sailtj gagle: fgtfflag g&ortiitis, iccemfcer 17, V886.
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"TVT ANTED 2 cooks for railroad camps; 4 cooks for
tt Wichita, 3 dining room bojs, 5 tmin hands, 23
railroad rani for ths Kock Island road. J. K. Kon-
worthy. SiDcaIasave. 2U-8t
WJ ASTKD-Agents thoroughly rcqua!at"d with
M tlio grocery business, Jo take charge of an ex
tensive bukies-s la e..eli emmty seat In the state. A
bond of IT 'in 3100 to S0 Is required, o one ne?d
applv tha is not competent and nble to comply
with" the a'-ove; the tiny Is big. 'or circular f par
ticular, encln.-e 10c In stamps and address J. It. Ken
worthy, P2! Douglm ave, 26-6t
ANTED Position by ajouni man as stenogra
pher jind type-writer or clerl:; espcrlenci d and
leference Addrc-aH. II. taIeolliie 26-Ctt
TTTANTE1) AiiIrosorttS'iD.X Water tt. Kansas
V laundry. . '-'Set
"TTTANTHD 5Iv Jricnds to know that I have ro-
V m vert mv dress maklas depart mont from r.'T
S laln to 1UH N "Water street, where I am prepared
to nil all opiurs promptly. Julia Kl .-herds. ;'
"TTTA.NTED A smart bov about 1 1 years old for of-
Y nca boy. Apply at unce to House & B yd, . A.
It. builtltmj. -5-6t
i vrr n t. c.,ii Ai-iniii.n natent risht: a cood
thing to the right party. AddrttsC. thlsoWco
TfTANTED-Uve responsible man Immediately lc
V Wichita totatte criaive or the aaeiicy of fcouth
western Kansas, for an raaiern concern; big lnone,
to the rl.-hrmau. Call or cddus room 27 anduifo
hotel froci i to 3. j-ttr
---t- vT!-n-Aeout)leof pood starchers and Iron-
Y ers at Wichita fcteam Laundry, next
to post of-
"TrANTnD Desirable buiiic-s and inslda lot at
VV reason.iblo price to sell qalefc. I lmvc?!ent de
mand lor city jMopcrty "all over. Kaufman Z Y.
Iwuglas ave. 23 Ct
-IITANTED-Bv n young imm a nicely furnished
t room in prlvct family; would prefer having
the. location north of Douglas ave. Itercrence ei-
cuaugod. Address G. E, Lale ofnee. Scti
"ITTANTED A irl wh thoroughly understands
V heir work. J.nd to assist in s-ewing. A good sit
uation lor a competent person. Apply at -Ms.
aiu street, room il. i-i'6:
VTANTTD All persons desiring to purchase lots
V in Wurral Citv. tlic liveliest town In th.' south
west, two mile-. n-rtb o "No Man's lnd." For ir
ticulars call u Thomas & Co.. general ajjent., room
2, 115 Main st.
Tr AS'ibU Au expfileueed insurance soli'-itflr.
V Aipij at-tnce. Hubbard & Hejwood, general
insurance agent. 114 Main st . room S. -t
rASTi:i I'Tons baviuK Wast Wichita Iaxz,
S alc lo:s. rtider.ce r buJnecs proirty ! anj
icirt of the -ity to call and have It listed with ihiu
as & Co.. room S. Ill Main St. 2i
-.- "AXTFO-Jurchsc3 for Mali: t- tre low from
V V SSfO o l-.Hi. For particulars call oulbomss
isCo., 114 Jiaintt.. rooms.
cxt"ANTEI All persons deslrlnfi bfiautiiUily wrlt
V tencaniiat 15 and 25 euntt per dor., call on or
ildrs l'ntf. C. W. Jones, teaciier of ponmanftbin at
auu3 k. v. ...".....
Southern Husli.e- oolkve.
-strANTEb A clrl to do light housework In small
V family. Cal at Nw.Sfc! .. Tope-aave. 2t-6t
-C"T ANTED Will sell or tn.de a jmtnt cheap;
V would brlBa;ertune to the right party. Ad
dn ss '.'.. this ofSce. i'-.-fit-
rANTi:D-itoard and room In private family.
W Ileferencwi exchanged. Address jdiss JUiry
Morgan. carf W. V. T. Co., city. J-ht
"TTCT ANTED -A Rood ivomau for general liousework
VV in a small family. Enquire at 103$ n Ijiwrence
nvenue. .' !l'it
ANTED A iiositlon by an cxpeilrured bik-
ketiKT. Adores-. lox .Hj AbUen'. Kun. -.-w.
T;f ANTED A mbnldy can be obtained inevuy
t weitern tAvn to start the manufacture of my
rat utiu. l;agod live busintsb man can make n
foiiii.ct.y inkii.g lK.ld of this eu erprise. Call at
I le s dt- hotel ana see It burn. Nebraska aul La-
ko a for sale. r23 f :
"TT7 ANTED A rokI girl to cook ami do general
V housework at 6ia s Water st. 2ott
T7" VNTKD To fell a lieautiful new Packard organ
H V or exchange for real estate. 415 n Market. v3-H
X1TAVTEI) Three ludy and two gentlemen sollc-
vV dor-; must come well iccomuH-nded. Call at
SUG 11 Fourth ave. from 10 a. ill. to . p ci. 23 fit
-1 WANTED-A jMlllonaalst racier, bnokkej'rxr.
V or doing general office work;4years experience
references; .unty offlcUls and bankers. Addre.-
.1. If. it. 1 agle office. al'u
TITAN' rhD A girl for general liousewoflr, s Iaw
"i ren .e ave I ! in roar Auraer. 'oU
"TiTAVTED Ttu name of every person having
. .t-t.r, . ...h,, ,... nlf1 f..ni!sr In lmifM-
W work, K'Ht tntiitmentniirt whkcs will oegivcu.
ail or wjur, V25 W. Willlnnis htrwt. -,-2-tii-
tnir ANTLD RHighinsiu real c-mte. State location
Y price and t.Tins. Nothing but lwrgaliiswill lie
consiilei oil. Addi c-vs lwk box i. city. '-tr
-T VNTKD Situation bv a competent lwokkceiier.
V iwunfrefercnoi. Addiess K. this ofllce. 2i-tt
-t-tt NTED A pror-ssIoiiHi carpet layer. No others
V iitiMl apply. Enquire at No. J10 2. Doujiafc nwv-
nue. " "
i-"ANTED Now firm wants new projierty at now
price. iuui'r.voBruua.iiu mo. "' ; ::
TTTANTE Proy-rry to sell In all jiarts of city.
Y TullerA Gordon. t
WANTKD Aoro propertv to sell. Tuller & Gor
don. No. 1 W. First street. '--
TIT NTKD Houses and lots to sell. Tidier .t Gor-
don. No. 1 W. First street. " ,lt
V XT N"Tr D A iiartnerln an establishwl real estate
V btisin.-ss. A good thing for tlie right man. Ad
dress!'. box W.3 city. '"'6t
-t.r ANTED -t.ii I for general house-work in stu ill
VV ra-nbv .Not wiinted until uec. 2vtn. Call on.
or address '. F. Lewis. 127 N Main st. v2-.t
T ANTKb -.r' railroao men: free iass to the work
. ..,h : ,ii.')i.ii- " enrrenters. 13 cirls forali
kinds of woi'k. ..ranyK'dy lcH.Wintf for einploj m.-nt
to come to my uMue. J. H. Ken wort by, oii DouRlaij
-ttt ;tT A stlrl for ccneral houwworfc. muft be
V iieat mid a gW. cook. ln.-tiiieat SL il. Mnr-
dock's lebiueiu'c. uak ft- -1"11
-.-j- ivtk; First aini icod eook;;, dlshwasherF. i
V r. laloiers.4llcitoi.fi waiters and :; girls for
reneral Houm 'v..rlc i Wichita nd Wil rn tl'l!f; j
li.ent lluieau. 151 p aaln st- " 6U
-.it ,VTrn..Tii s)! tirt;-l s1&lld and fixture, l. '
rooms. lHif-'. on IXiuJai., avenue, doln? Rood
busiiie.; iince $l:fi cash. Adore U. H. . baUe
- AN'TEl) A .-ltlOBitROOpyM or csbl.jr. has
had exiHTleiieti; will give refpiunc-i. Address
box 1041. Wicnlia, Kan. -ut
V'- ANTED A lmver for a tock of sioceries: good
tmri.. estuidbhed: will invnlci s3AM). Addrss
II. lk' olHce. u
-IT.TANTKD A 1hv to take car of hcrwsndcow;
m onld liave time to s to wrhool: t'ppi at Si
lawtciice ae. oral -Ihthmmi fcarwtev' "
lS Sialu street. " us
T " NTl'Ii-"feinp Is bclleviup." I want business
Y iuen eapitallsti.andallv.no aie fntentel in
cheap lnel to mil at KitrlJ hotel and mo Kansa
holt lHiruo)ual to Missouri coal.
- r ANTED-We want to give some one ltv percent
on an investment in ISO aciet Joining U.e Uty
on the north, t all and see plat of the same 1-ar-nuin
.t ocorgo. 110 Main st ' ""
-1T VNTFD Ladk-swlsltini; to take 1im in all i
' kinds of fancy work, Mi.'h as raised ;a I
L-..iiuei..n. broldeo. etc Call at $. water;
St ,'amlMV samples. btampiiiR and w none to
orler . s lnl
vrANTEH-Tlu" Wichita Gardens are booming, and
we don't want you to get left li.g;die of t he
principal real estate dealers or of Ashbel w ekn,
Ka 1 e block. ''''
-nr.' N'TEP We want you to know that your own
V interest require ou to Invest In Hie Wtcldta
Oaiiieus before the price goes up. Ashbel W eh-I i.
-nrr VVTED Borrowers for money; we place money
at the low est rate;, on all kinds of chattel se
curltv loans, and also on second mortgage.- on farm-,
wfchita iSnking Co. No. 116 We-t DongK-ave. 87-tf
-vtT VVTED To loans wu on btolu.t lH.'ks and
nifewTce liit'Krty. wltWn the next Uilrt
days. Kansas I,oan and Investment comtmny l..tf
-T-1T VSTED-To place Uns on long time on farm's
U'oVbusiiicvsbiiK-ksorin short time or chattel
oJreal .MatJ Security: rates low ami prompt Mteii
tion. Asbbel Welch, t-iple IdocK. la,"
-ATANTED-lnvestors ami sjculators t know all
about tae Wichita Gardons. luqutre of A-hSx-L
Welch. 1-agle lilock. . L"
--lTANTnD-liHes and gentlemeri to know that
students at the Jsouthw esleni hu ?J f
are instructed privately et their desks, thus nA oMttu
all enibarrassmeit. Persons can attend the .aj or
evening ssions with equ;d advantages -
r.NTED-Uwkktviv and buslnift .'JLfJJ
' .. .... . . A.'wrtntitnTits Hiirvau
offers unsurjassel facilities for tlie procurement ol
RIIUV liiHl lilt" ailUURI .V'..wu" "' ' .
fiT.tiin-ts ri-Ti nnii wiwm- inr imimuwi ' -"j- -
well bv addressing us. Ofilce for the state of Kansas
at the "Southwestern Business rollce, Wichita. Kan
XTTANTED To loan at owet rates, f lOXKOon city
and farm proierty. Money ready anv day.
S. W. Cooter. IS7 Main si. dStf
IT'OR KENT Good business room. Enquire of N.
J F. NIederlauder. '-& '
TTvOR REN I Furnished room at 2S2 North Law
I' renee avenue. -ICI
i eatarri:. piK.a orri-iuin'". u" s..,-t,
tions for h disoa'o lhat nev er fail to cure, saw
plo to prove hat I say. fiee. send address and two
stamift. A. B. Fairbanks, Kansas City. Mo w3g-U4.
JL; rence avenue,
ati rr,v-T oA. Mnun C-.-wCTi tilnf n !Tln front.
V trood location for ret.iil buino-s: rent reason;ble
Ennulre at Occidental srocery SB n Main. -5-bt
I7Oi: RENT Furnished room at 405 S Main; SPnt!c
? men prelerred. .MJ.
FOR V1ENT Furnished room on first floor, south
bay window; references exchanged. Sil n Liw
170R RENT-Furnlshed rooms with fire to let lie ir
p Occidental hotel. Enqutrc of fctlk-s & Smith. 112
17 OR RENT A nicely fura-bed room at 201 soutli
X: Emporia ave. .
ITiOR RENT-FurnLshed rooms to rent at 2 north
' Fmboria ave, on first and second floor, wna o.
ithS-S: Heated by listers; ,f fntlem en .re
ferred; rooms new and neatly furnished. Call at
reideLce or :! ilaln st. J. R. &nivel tr
ITiOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms to single gen-
tlemen. Apply at 5.3 Waco avenue. J4-t.t
rv...i:welJ furnished. Apply to i-irst Arkansas
Valley Bank. ""tt
I -np nys Two vouns Kentleaien desire a room
in Drlvate- fmlly, Methodist prefein-d. F.efer
encc"excl"inKed. Address. C. Eagle onlcc. 24-6U
"JOI: RENT Nicely furnl-he.1 front room with fire
jT suitable for tvo Rentlemea, or man and wife.
Kefere- ?ichaiijced. fc)S. Topekaaveunc. 21-Ct
OR RENT 'me nice utifurnUhed room, with
board. Pleasant parlor adjoiuii'. A pleasant
home for man and wire or two gentlemen or ladies.
Reference. No. 'iSi up stairs, North .Main. 24-Us
T70R RENT Furnished houe of 5 rooms on N. To
1 peka avenue. Good stable, water works, etc.
Come quick if you want a nice home. E. T. lirowii
& Co., room 2:327 uomjlas gve. i Gt
TrOR RENT one picisant nicely furnisheil fr
1 ..u.i.i.l rt., f.u,t!,imnn- f.rins Vf
JL. rotiiii ruiutijiu iwi ",. .-u..m., -,- r
rcxsonablo; uuaru iurmsueu, huiiuuovh ...,.
poria ave. a ,jX
ITOli RENT An eight room liou-e on Emp'ri, be
'' tweonl'lne and Oak. Call at cor. Third and
JIala. A. Smith. "!-t
'I7OR RENT Furnished rooms, first lloor, -fiS
X Emiwria ave. Reference exchanged. ..i-tt.
Fi -It RENT-Houso No. 2J5 North V,'abaih ave.
Enquire or Ocorgo Wasserbacher at jv-tehum
Ketchum's tin shop. 23-Ctt
i-tj Tt?v-r a i,t- mnm fm-nKh1 r.r unfurnished
r-riMnA tlnnr. .i!7 S. Iiwreuce. Zilit
L7UR RENT A nice furnisheil room. Would like
1 two young gentlemen to room together ami
board with the family. No childnMi. Wdi board
heap to the right parties. :51 1 N. Honely ave. '?!Mi
7T,0- RKVT A stable for two horses, cheap. En
.1' quintal CM N. Tojieka vcwue, or,2ul Douglas
"fTIOk RENT A store room on corner Dou.las and I
V Laura avenues. "Enquire of Win. llucknor itii K. j
Doul..saveiiue. or of lluunner s. neaveiauu, aaiu
street, next dsor to old p.ist olliee. 2,-i.ti
"JTtOK RH.NT -Hue large store room. In liet local
JLL it.; aio stock of new dry goods for sale, as I wi-h
toreilru from business. John G. Allen, lo"J Mam
"JTtOR RENT Furnisheil and nnfiiniislied rooms.
JJ Enquire at room 1 above 118 W Dotlgla" ae. or
above CuS E Douglas ave. room 1, Mrs. J. M. Moore.
-w .-n Ti.vf -ri.w... .....Il f tti-nllKwl j'rt,!; irlffi nr
S jn Jk.. 1 illlV- ", imiii-ui... .w.
Jj without fire, No. 14 ffl N. Lawrence ave. 5-JHit
77ORSALE-A Nonpareil jibiier, size Inside of
H' eliase !0x2J!-'; inches, wbh fountain. Th press Is
in first class condition and lias l, on but little use;
r,!.,.. a-ii A.liln.jj l.ubor Union PublMilmr C..
lock box titS. Wichita. Kan. 2trlf
"iDRSAIi 4iMardscf dirt between Emporia a d
T Fourth on WIHimiii st. John Extou. U- It
"jrOHSAt EoltTitADK In Clenrwat. r, 1-aii. two
1 h'. uses and four lots nicely 1 cateu. Will tr...o
forast ekof hnrduare or for Wichita propertj.
Address luck box 28. Clearwater. Kan. 2i.-dt
JtORSALE Lots .'os. fllan-i fi3 on Pnttie ave. in
1 Lincoln xt arid, east front, part on time. Appi
to S. L. Gi b 3rt, at U. S. Laud olll. e 2i-tf
TOR MALE Lots No. 70. ".2, n.75. 7S and 1 on
V Laura ave. in Lincoln street add, pitrtoii time.
Apply to S. L. Gllbei t at C. S. lJtnn oiilce. 2tf
OR SVI.E -in acres jti-t norfi of the city suita
ble for platting, onlv gl'U por acre on easy terms
mum . Ge Tje. 110 Main st. 2-i.t
"70R SALF, -A full listof east Doi.slas ave proj.er
X ty at a bargain. Faruum & George, UU Jlaiust.
TOK SALE A new hoiiso "i four rnonn anil :ixl40
' ft mt front, oidy fi of ft mile f -om com t hou-;
fir itStO. c.tsy tonus. Fainum Utorge, 110 Mum
170P. SALS 40acrcs joining tho city on Hie cast at
J1 a big bargain for a few days on easy terms. 1'ar
nam X George, 310 Main st. 20
TTtOR SALE A Wiiitefcwlnt machine as rood as
j new. i'rlce tfJO.OU. Call at 113 .S mKria 23Ct
"7 'ORSALE Cheap-At Vi'iS 11 Market st; household
y furniture, conniving of one upright cabinet
grand p-ino. -stove and itx.urc-t. be I, lounge, enairs,
stands, closets. I beds cads with mat tre.su-. and va
rious tithe- ..Hides' used in housekeeping; all nearly
new. 1 he famllv expect to leav- the cay. 2i Cl
TrtOr r-ALE Aiii'Slrni'leofl'ii-e, !lr-t floor and well
I fitted Hp;bst location; will be sold reasonable
Cult soon at Kaufman's, 313 E Douglas ave. 25 t
JT'uit SALK"?,'.!) or 2i) acres choice Collexe hi 1 prop
t rrtv.a few r.Is south of Merrim la park: gru.itost
bsrcalli now on record if sold within two days. 1
Kaufman. 813 e Douglas ate. 25-6t
TTPOU -'ALU Kleyant 3Mory brick block Main st,
JL Ijirsie line corner lot WtiJcUll. Fmporm aienue.
choice lots in Klverlm parh. Ilois-e-. and lots
best p:trt of Kmporla ave. Three fine reddencjs To
ii.aat. Well down town desirable Uf Lincoln
st. cheap. Houses and b'ts east Oak street, north
Water street. Lancelot, eoi-d lionse. Fourth no.
For nrleei and terms ei.tiulre of S. L. Hubbard. Oe
ciiiehtal hotel. 'ijM'
TT'OH SALK-rxK0 ft. on Fourth avenuo, 4-room
1? house and stable Prlu- .:). by o. Ilutbee.
Commercial hotel, l2i Douglas avenue. 24-
lOH SALF MW ft. on Fourth av.uue. 7-room
V house, cellar and cl tern, stable 4x20, 12 ft. bbth.
Price S:,au. by O. Uugbce. I2n Douglas ave. 24-tt
J poll SALF. 5"x'40 ft. cor. 3d and 4th avenues,
1 fenced and sidewalk, by O. llubee, 120 Douitla
avenue. Price, S4.t". 2! Ct
t Olt SALE TixlVi tt. on 4th avenue, and 7n-t50
.1 ft. on 3th avenue, both $7,1V. 24-Ct
t OU SAI.K lluliies projierty on Chleaitoavenue,
1 West Mde. Ihl Is now a po.-ular article f-.r
hpeculatlou. and prices ere rapldl aivaiiuiiii;anit
profits beliif? pocketed. McCall.i vt Sliliwr. 114 ..ain
"I'tOUSALE A loOx'49 foot corner on soufli 4th j
F atenue. near Dou--L- avenue and the railroad;
will be wo th(wnu Wichita i- li,0 In populai..ii) i
a t arret of money. Now. when site is 'ji.i0. Hie
modest sum ot S. .too will take it, JIcCalLite Milier. j
1 14 Main 24-tt
lOU SALE One lot in "court house scpiaio." Main ,
A" otreet for $t,5tn WxIKI ft. and $!.) worih of j
".. . v U.I., at ...nth ,,t rallirvnl .!lllO
,v u,.s on ' East DoiiKlas, tit :r Ida SWOi. Thr-ej
lots Fji-i IVmirlas. near Kills. ..') two lot. i.ast .
ImuhI.is $3,7ii. iicCalLiA Jllller. 11! Main. 24-t j
-nnD C T 1? Q .a-mi Ih n.irtltikaat iiarf iC the eftv '.
V and 10 acre- on Lawieiice uveeini suitable for j
platting. Thomas .t Co, riKim 3, 114 Main st. 24U !
J"01l SAlw A bialn. New house ol llv rooms. ,
V besides large closet awl bath room: lot ri!.ift j
ir-xd well: fruit and snail trees, liwaied between j
i Jm and Pine st. n TiKrka -nquire of E. Alien.
S15 lKUirl,ts ave. 2J-f j
17UR SALE -At aKireain. S choice lots l June- '
tlon Town Co. addiiiou on Vine ave. near ifauie
ave. Will Us sold son. 31. A. Pratt K Uougla j
avenue. 24 M ;
T7-OR SALE-Choice bu-slr.es lot in i he new town
1 of Norwich. Kingman county. Address A. N
Clark. Harden Cit , Kao. 3J 12t
lon SALE W lets in Lincoln street mMirton cheap I
J' for a few deys. Call on Dn .t Maxwell. 23-tt
JOH SAl.E- 'fdceon Douglas avenue; acre lots on !
the hill. Frisco Heights, Oilt Edge acre proert, j
on College Hill: a great chance to my rich prvpertv !
with a pKr man's purse fora fewdays only. Kaut-
man's leal estate office. SlxK. Douglas ave. 22-4t j
iOI--sA!.K-4 lots on Waco avenuo Ktj29 cheap
for one week. It will pay jou to lnve.-tieate
Call on IX'.mi Kixwell. -TKl
I7OP. SALE 2J acre on College Hill, a line i tceo j
of ground: SJ acres on ColUgo Hill, a gotal Ic-
vestment. Dean .t Maxwell. 'M ht
IT'OR SALE-Complet set of tlnnr" tool- and 1
first-class delivery wajon. Addrees Wouderly & J
Cook, Wichita, Kansiu-. Zi-wi !
FOR SALE 2 lob on north WaPr street between '
First and Sec nd -tteet. 9 room house rents for
$t0irrniooth t-iO.O.0 Dean & JIaxw ell. 23- ;
"70K SALE lo seres on Hydraulic ave. $275 per
J acre. Dean .t Maxw ell. 5lt
7'OR SALE Fine F.ngll-h piu dos. all kinds of i
,L 1iiiht:1 and native slacing and talking bird.-, i
pet animals and fancy pigeons. Wichita Fanciers :
Agency. 2'7 S. Mosley. VSt j
IT'OR aALE Cheap, two oast front lots on S. Fmpo- ,
rla avenue, less tnau four blocks from Dougla
avenue Owner wishes lonvc clt. Terms oi sate j
rea-oiiale Addros look box 713 city.
IT'OR SALE Good businefti hou'e- on Mrin street ;
. rents torSJ.uo per year, lean & Maxwell. 3 ;
TT'OR SALE A cood paying business for sale, or ;
. partner v.-4i.tel. Iea!i ft Max well. 2S-et
170R SALE We have a full le-t of Chicago aveoue '
1 preijertv for sa'.e at low figures. Ctwse at once or ;
!i is mne "Fan.i.m A George I W Mala street. 22-
I"OR ALE 34 fe: on Douglas avenue near Mala
1 street at bottom flcures; osy terms. Fanium ft
George. 110 Main street. 22-
TX)R SALE storv brick bustness hon-e on Main
A? st. $i7.iW for few dajs. Pays a good rent.
Dean ft ilaxwell. S4l
I -OR SALE Cheap and a big bargain. Stock of i
1 groceries in a good kcatioo. Good nsssM- for ;
selling. .aonso"iiipiji . .
"TiOR S VLE S lots on Lawrence aveaue noty Tenth
JC street. ost front: Como at onae. rafnuw ft
George. 119 Main btrcct-
ITtOR SA E 15 feet east front on jiarKet sireetnear
1 new wholnsale grocery h.iue. Big bargain. Price
87,00.1. t-arnum tieorge, imilalu street. 22-Ct
L70R SALE SO feet on Ernperla avenue, only two
1 blocks fn.m Douglas. Bi,j bargain. Faruum &
George, 110 3Ialn .-treet. 42-fit
J"OIt SALE tOxMO feet on Market street with
1 hou'e STOXl by O. Eugbee, W. Douglaa, Commer
cil hou-e. 22-tf
."OR SALE 3 lots In Perry's add. Good house and
J. barn, fenced, witli fruit and shade trees. Sl.OuO:
bv O. Eugbee, Commercial hbuse, 120 W. Douglas
IT'OR SALE 01 acrf s seven miies from Wichita.
A new hou'e, iiew barn and hedge fence arouud
each forty aci-tti. Tolje sold eheip by o. Rugbee at
Commercial hotel. No. VM W. Douglas. 2i-tf
"T70RSALE 50x140 fet on Wichita street, with S
I. room house, good cellar. O. Bugbee, Commercial
house, No. 120 W. Douglas. 22-tf
IT'OR SALE 75x140 feet 0:1 Market street with good
1 house; price 31,40", bv O. iiugbee, Commercial
houie. 12J Dougla., we?t. ' 22-tf
FOR SALE 3 lots on Chicago ave, In West V.'ich
lia; tine location for budiies. hou'e at a si ecial
bargain for a lew days. Furnurn .t George, 110 Main
stn et. 21-tt
IT'OR SALE Bakery and confectionery, doing a
X good business, or will take in a partner. Apply
box 135 Newton. Kan. 2I-oi
ITtOR SALE. J3x!40 ft on north Fourth ave. eist
. front; big bargain. Price $1,150, F'arnum
George. 110 Main st. 2B:
i7"OR SALE Livery outfit lor sale, including fine
. hbigle and double drivers with new buggies. O.
ugbee, 12J. Commercial hotel. 21-6t
IT'OR SALE 23x140 ft. and good six room houe on
1 Fourth ave, only one block from Carey hotel.
Snap. Price Si.SOO, Fai nutn George, I'.OJIain. 21-C
IT'OR SALE Fine business block and lot 011 JIain
. st. between Douglas ave and s irst street at a bar
gain. . ornum & George. 110 Main st. 21-Cl
IT'OR SALE HW lots, $2,000. in Rich's add. . Terms
. nigral. LeeTaUr. i'lON. Main, room 1. 5-tf
11OK SALE-. Snap 22 lots only one and one-half
block- from Douglas ave. In the htart of the eliy,
on t-ay terms. If taken In a body. 73 u 100 per cent,
can be made out of it In the next six months. Far
uutii & Georf, llu Main st. 11 1 in
FOR SALE Five. fen. fifteen or twenty acres, be
luga portion or th.- utst half of the southwest
quarter of "-ectiou s, .-ituateil 2j miles north of
I kiukIhs avenue, ai.d Va mll.east of Lawrence ave:
Price S"AV) per acre. Sarah Alliston. lC-!mi
I tdJl SALE 147 acres of line laying land only two
V iii les nortu from corporation of Wichita, highly
iim.rovd. 11I v $i.i ier acre. Easy terms. Faruum
i George. HO Main si. , U-lm
IT'OR SALh A farm of 4W awes. Wlllell the
X wh-ilcorsubdlviiiest. hituatt-l four nd a ltalf
miles e;ist of I-awrei.ce ave. on 13th -t. It 'S admlr
itily adapted for line j-lock; 2M acres lugru . ItX
fenced in pasture-; several outbuuddbigs. 2 well,
wind noli swine pens. etc.. eic; Urge hou-e 10
rooms v.-ith all c.-iiveiileuces; also tenant h-ittse,
Mmichesterstution on place, two pacst-iiMr trains
o- Il.v each wav to and from Wichita. Will sell -heap
if sold sooii. Not in hanils of agent-. For part-cu-lurs
enquire on place. C B. Lndlam. 12-tf
rR SA I.E Best bargain in uieliit . Tor ne wtei:.
A ljo acres only 2jo miles north on Li'.vrence ave,
j lining the WIcM-a 5.tr.leiis. must be s dI at once,
t ;.li for pi ice-, and terms. Faruum .t George, HO
Main st. Mm
ViR .SALE At a bargain, a fix2i lot with a live
J room house, good cellar, coal nouse, water, etc.
Wichita Art Gallery, 123 Main St. 1 jli-tf
IT'OR SALE .Tin town lots In Garden City; special
L bargains; also deeded land adjoliilngtlieeltj. Call
mi or address E. J. 1'yle, leal estate agent, t.arden
Cltv. Kan. m-r.m'
LrtOK SALE Fine farm near Mt. Hope, Improved, fed
acres good plow land, JO acres good haj land, 40
acres good pasture. Will give long time on part ami
will take In trade horse- or cattle. Inquire at probate
judce's office. d 13lf
LT'OR SALE : lots '!i sitroug's ad liion Ju-t south
f Harry st. Fine residence- i-'O'iig up; spec! d
lnduremfiits to tno-e wi.hing to build. 15-tf
77OR SALE Lots lti Strong's addition; special
L terms to tho-e wi-hlng to build. Enquire of G.C.
I ok SALE A special bargain 21 aire-, J( mile
j from Carey's Pat k In one or r. ac e lots to stilt
purchaser. Terms liberal. J. K. Humphrey Son,
Eaglcjihickv. 21 If
XTOR SALE The gar-len slot of the world, other
wise known as tue Wichita Gardens. For infor
mation apply to the principal real estate dealers, or
to Ashbel Welch, Ea.;le block. lSJ-tf
IT'OR SALE 2!tf or 10 acres lots in the W Ichlta Gar
1 dens on Washington avenue, north of the city, by
Hie principal real .-state dealers or Ashbel Welch.
EauleblMck. 1VJ. if
PTHHt SALE On north Main. 2 lots between Teulh
A. and eleventh: S;l.'i(; part time; a snap. laylorA
1 aj lor. roam 1. 2oi Main St. -tl-ff
TT'OP. SALE One hundred fee: front with two I
1 room houw.-, on Waco a. enue between 1st and
2d htieeN. For term- call on -i. K. Kmuphrey Son.
F-agle block. 21-tf
TTOP. SALE Old papers at this ofllce at 25 eenM a
1 T'Oli hAL Call at once wnile tile prices are low,
i. no better barjruin.- can be had tti.in iu the Wichita
tiardeus. Ashbel Welch. Eagle block. l.VMf
TrOH SALE A well Improved farm near the city;
1 one lium'riil ami sixty acre.-; a t-peelal bargain
for a few days Call at Hardy Solomon' real e-tate
ofllce, 327 Doiiglao ave. Xi-tf
J "OP. SALE V.'e own all of this prorerty and will
.' sed anv of it on sn.all payment down; balance lu
three or five year-. All of it I- in town and in no
body's futuie r-rt at addition 2 room h"tl.-e and two
lots. Wichita st: 5 room house and one lot. Water st,
noith. u rixiin house and one lot. Water st. north;
.') room house ami one lot, U ater st, north. 4 room
hou-e and one lot. Market stre'-t. no th; 4 single lot-,
north .Market .-tree, ttl ft front each : lots No. 43, Id.
141, li.. fJ Vb. 1-'. I.f, North Water st. each :5i it
front: lots No. 2. 41, 4K, .''. S.',42. lo, v. 2J, 49. St. 12.).
Wichita st; lot-, No. 72, i2.i, Waco ave: loi- No. 1, S and
5, S3 ft fiont. Washlnutoti ave. De.imV add on corner;
lots No. 2 and 4, Wabash ave, l.'eam's add, corner;
lots No. 11. 13. 13. Till- teenth i-t. Hover's add: lots No.
0, s. It) and 12. Fourth ave, Urine A Phillips' add: lot
No. W, hinjiorlu uwe. Urine .v Philli;-' .iiM. For full
information applv to I.ew De.mi or Harry Stewart,
17'OK SALE-Lots 173 and 177. Lee's add S I-awrenee,
JL l-a-t front opp site ctiurch: hou-e ? rooms 2
porches, w ell. etc. all f-aced Price $-'.'"', P rt time
House No. 11S6 ortli Main street, lietween
llitii and 11th; 7 room-, pantries, closets, cistern,
eellnr. well, burn, fenced, etc; and tiff feet of ground
for jtl.uCO, tiart time .M) feet ea-t front. Fourth ave.
Smith Alleiisa.ll. V. Offered for I'ee-rnberoiily
at above price. Notice hereby vriven toall teal estate
men to tell. A. K. Mu-eller. over 1?J N Main St.
rtOH -,Sl,K-v acres or nice lylnjr lend one
P aid le bat f nnle-east of t lie Itel'orin Col
lege iteon L0llee 'ill, at the low rtgure or
5.31' per act e I liI- i ea-t on i coin street
and ln d Ijinont I e i-fim-dlst nee '! ottu-la-Menue
cojiitn nl-4a to S.io pr acre
il COca-h will h.iotie it. the Imiaii'-e to -tf't
purutia er ileCalla & MIFur 114 Main. 24-6:
o l ov li '.Vi.uii cull (" ,r i tiTTii -il t.iltlA II.
-i M ' I... .1 -,-ttl.t,, .hi- I i 1. t- nt i.luttt,f
iM.titf'ty and in th-s n -nh r ctv. f r $500 per
.,.-.. 'Tli.- In. il 1pm-. rithin trill rods of iiioiu.r.
tv that c iniiiH ti rendv bit'e a" Si 0 ir M,,re j
noil It rati t- Il ne" io lie (( in.i.i 15 "w;
ca-h. Mc ti la .t M Her JliM-t'. .it-iM
JiOK .SaIE ror In ..c e- atlj:ceut t reform
H Oil !-".'.. -ite, on t- 6. ulll. SIM, p-jr
..;( .loins land thii coinmiiid-ind tile s.t
i2-0iK.rajre itiCaLa &. dilier. ill italn .-r.
I'OK SALE-2 bu-ine-B lots on Water s'reet. ;
r liolwern i-trst an 1 -ecoi.d nl'-e nnn hou-e j
rents for 510 i-cr month. sSm. orne at
once time f s"a. U ult.-d. Half tint-, r-.a-y i
term. McCalia .t Miller, 114 M- lu strte;.
fOU .LV. - The announcem ntof the open-j
V ing o. the Nen C ly at Iias adva..ci
pricesonihe omheast, an-' Lin oln -ireet ad
diiiou oa-tbe- n ni.-r.d npS2"i r lot .-.ii atom. 1
lu i he lace of tins, and for - tie ren-.n that we
have rotn ens OMirr- wh-i for hrlstiua- u il a
little 'Itesd? he ief. ' we wiil ---II durl: this
w- k onty, property ... thi-? alditi-n iw.t
ihananrhodv. t oiii" and get our fiureo. J'p
Ca.ln A'Mlller 114 Haiti t.-et. '-'4 6t
7 UST V book from the sedgwiek county library
j-eutlt!l "The Money Jlaker." Finder will leave
at H. G. Toler's office under county building S-ot
T" OST Leather note book containing note aad
-jnccounis of value only to the owner. Pln-e
lea e at thi- office. -6i
nr OST A pocketbook near the Ft- Soon & W R. R.
J.fltice and their shops, eontaltilnsr ppors anJ
monev to the amount of j:fll Th tluOer will lie
ifbera'llv rewnrded by leavlnj; at Ft. Scott .t W. :.
R.MiTlct's. J. G. w right. 55 ft
t OST A Ru-sta leather eartl cae: the flader will
lire lllnralh reworded by lenving at Hacker .t
J.., L--..1.-- .sjai office. W ater -t. 2t
T- oT An invoice of goods, hardivareand aotons: j
.jrh part ftndt- g the same will confer a favor ,
by ea-ing It at Paul Jones' dnss store tr alofUe
arnt be rewrdel. tH i
-r OST Boi -rf. wine colr with green enas,
X-fivorked with a bird on -ud and fc dop oo tae j
other; any person win sk uuen uij ri'nm .w j
leaving it at hajriecinice. .
T-ORTKADE DralMr vacant rt'Mvrcc lot in i
Jc' Wichita jo.- tefc -f seneral rn-rcancl.e or j
harilware. Address or call on S, Z3 s mtrfa ave.
Wichita. -" ,
FOP. TRADE i-.ood tw tveoed c -arrtage for go3 .
family )kks or gol Jr f ponlo. D. T. i nn- ,
bar. h? i
l"OR TRADE ' acre farm near FlDo-dv But'er j
X countv: S acre txra near Towanda. Btb-r cth:b-
. tv- l a.-re farm at Gurdea Piatne: hv Me farm tn i
Laneo..unty.$l.i-. Odleae htll property and san-
stock ftc at Kaufman's St i E. rkuU ave. t--tt ,
T7OR TKAiiB Utvry taWe and te ear oaMt; ;
KnlnK to a ai:-coi lfvcrj" rtatete; J;anS In the
eitv uf Clt4aaa. OhJot wiR &A tor land tn wwt-oj-a
Kansas. For partlerlaiK idiinssi li box US.
WIcMta, Kaa. MM.
QTRAYED Or stolen from J. W . GUI, Frisco
OHelghts. Tuesdav evening. Dec Htb, a sorrel
mare built bl cy. about 14 hands high with star
in fare. A liberal reward will be given for any in
formation. J. W. Gill. Frisco HelsntsorJ.P.Mlber.
1144 n Lawrence. 23-Ct
QToRAGE Forhou-ehold goods or merchandise,
O boxed or loose: if you have any goo-ds to store
tiring them to the Wichita Storage Co., No. 11G West
Douglas ave. 16-tf.
DR. WILLIAM HAL!
of Hall Bennett,
es special attentlen to Diseases of women. Bl
! Sim Diseases ami all troubles of the Urln
Organs speelily cured 1:1 both sexes. OfRee over
KTvirtinanV. Isank. North Main su-eet. Consultation
day or night Fn (Read Drs. Hall Eennetfs card
In this paper.) '2lt
To the Citizens of Wichita and Vicinity.
AVe wish it known that we have locar.ed a
branch nursery ac "Wichita, and that we
mean businessand have come to stay. VTe
iutend making "Wichita a distributing point.
We ask for nothing but your 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 di
rect from a responsible nurseryman, especi
ally a home nursery. Avoid buying of deal
ers" and tree peddlers. Ve guarantee out
stock to be first-class in every particular.
"We make a specialty 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
dulv authorized agents, and any others who
may hereafter be employed will be furnished
with a certificate of authority under the
nursery seal. Any orders entrusted to them
wo will be responsible for. Headquarters at
the Commercial hotel until further notice.
C. H. Jink &. Son, Props.,
Lamar, Tilo., and T.'ichita, Kan., nurseries.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MARKETS CY TELE Gil APU.
Xciv Vork Money.
Nuw York. December IS.
Money on call quiet at 4 G5 per cent., closing at 5
Prime lnsrcantlle 1 wiper 1S3.
Sterling exchange dull and unchangetl; actual rates
180 for tin day nill- ati'i iH for demand.
Government bonds dull and steady.
State bonds quiet and firm.
li-per-celiti of 'J 1- 'H
Mis ourli'ti 1'0
Chieaxo & Alton 141
Chicago. Burlington yniuey l:Ji
Lake Shore I?t
MlKsourl Pacillc lolfi
ew York Central 112i
Rock bland 12Ws
tnioii Paelflc. 3
The total salei of stock were r9l,2C0 shares.
New York Grain and Provisions.
New York, Doceraber lu.
Wheat Firmer; ungraded red. St (&Z1 :Xo.2red,
tfit-f: elevator, fV'lJi; afloat. No. 2 red, December.
sfiJi January. KsHSofc.
Corn Ungraded. Ali IS?f;No. 2, 4H; elevator, SSJs;
atlnat.No. 2. December, i'r.
Oats Mixed western. :w ST.7; white do.3TO!2&.
Butw Firm at 12.U0
Cheese Western flat. lHaiSii'.
Ksx- Western, 23Vii il'-J
New York Live Stock.
New Yonir. Decemlsir 1G.
Peeves Receipts. 4159 head; vary dull and weak,
ii'n lve steel's. '.' fi o iu
Sheep Keceipt-. a,:'1: shado higher; sheep, S3 00
6C$ 8S; lambs. SS)Si W
Hogs Iteceipt. 2); pri-es better; S! 301 60.
Chicago Graiu and Provisions.
Chicago. December 10.
There w. a fair amount of tra.llns In wliea'. and
feeling dovcloosd was again unsettled; the opening
was stronger with prices lie higher, Hay starting at
S.-.14 and advanced quickly to SJJ-f on firm forelf n ad
vices and a steadier fceli.ift wn New York stock mar
ket when tlic drclino in stocks agilu began and
New York money wai reported as Miinsont. Hie
tone became heavier and May dropped off to Sl?i,
rallied to K&5. sold clT to EJJs and closed forday at
C.ish quotations were as follows:
No 2 spring wheat 77.
No 2 red 77.
No 2 corn .--h'S06H-No
2 oats .'ii .
No 2 rj e Xl$
No 2 Biirley :.2-f
Prime timothy 182&1S3
Mess pork ti 20.iiil W
The loading futures ranged as follows:
Opened Ranged Closed.
!). T7!-f 7iHi7fi?4 77
Jan 772(5 73 faT7 77?
Feb -,V 7?.Wffl7S)4 7V)S
May ..S5M iikifrSi?i mt.
Dec W'i iMfrt.-XVK 3fi?
Jan r.K S78r. r.7
Feb H7J-; 37K337U 37p
May !2 43 w42 4C--i
IVc 25TS 2323- Z,'A
Jan 2f. 2jS0"i 2S
May SOJs 31 (30J a
O,.. 110.-. 11W aiisJ 110)
.bin ni irs) ai2im ms
Feb H73 1175 01152J3 1 57HI
Receipts. ShlpmT ts.
Flour ...... 18 ui
Wheat a0 21tio
Corn W '
iintB Uti 10 52 10
Rve ") 2 HI
Hurley & ailOO
Chicago Live tock.
Chicago. December 15.
The Drovers Journal reports cattle receipts SO0;
r,lpnieits2tvi: shijipiiig steers A 251 M': stackers
nd feeder- 2 iohSSO; cows, bulls and ndxcU 14U31o
bulk 2iW2 1": through Tex steer- 2iX3 h'.
Hogs-- Receipt 2S.t". shipment t.' ; mugn "and
mlxtvi ".' (a.4:si: tn'-V-ljig and sldi'ping 4kJi5:
IlghtS 734 25; Skips 2 233 3-1.
Sheep -Receipts -.MM), shipments IfOC; native 2 0
34 4U; wofclern 2 40&-" 23: lamlis 4 505 tt).
Kansas City Grain and Pro isdons.
Kansas Crrr. December IS.
Pall v indicator reports wt.eat receipts !,, ship
ments Ss,i; So 2 i.-d a-di K : Jan. ; JUy 7SH
t;orn rec-ipts 7.00. s!uomenU 8,M; NO-"ch;;
Jan. SI : Fell. ?W JIv :.
Oaw No. 2 ca-h 27H bid.
Flour car lot-, xx. :.3. xxv. Ki9S: family. HI 0Sft
$1 15; chdce. SI XX$ ; fancy, 1 SBmil 55; extra
fancv, $t liS' B: fater.t, SI Sft- M5.
Rve. No. 2 .s!iH bid.
Eiv-'s. bufe.- and hay uachanged.J
Irivilon. -Roitn'l ol sutar cored hamslP-.baoon,
pi: pried beef. l'i; drv ialt dear rib Sd6. S n Ioiijt
clear. $". 5() shoulders f.J 75; shvirt clenr, 56 );
srao (si clear rib sides. $S :J; long cir. f S; shoul
ders. v 25. ahort clear. S 73,
Mess Pork -8S .Vi.
Lanl. (hoh-e tierce, 96 fj.
Corn Meal. Green. 75; dried. Se.
Chop. - ellow. fi5: bnlk. 70.
Ship stnff. svackmt '. 732.
Ha .-Steadv; -mall bah-, S3 . !.-, 8 .
Baiter. -Steady, creamery fancy. 3;iood, S; Sne
Chees,-..- Full cream. ii.flats, ; young Aroenca,
liW: Knas. 7
Ta41w.-v.. i. aySii. No. 5- v ..
Hlde.-Dry fiini l. 13 No. 2. lt bull and stay.
: r salt. No. 1. 1: No. 2. . green salt No. I. &. No. i
6 bull and Mac, 6; green uticured, S3M; calf. 89;
Hr.-on. Corn-.-hon. 4H: " harl. 5: wlf work-
lag. 4j345i; hint: coarse, Shs': crooed. 1K2K.
Kaiaas CItyldve Stock.
Kxssas Ctrr. December 15. j
Cattic- Receipt-. 2Ts7: shipments. K"l: steadv; j
good tocholce. W WMt 35. wwnraon totnedium j.t 3U j
$f -;tK:ser-. ?; Jii 75. fitsdlng trs. (i i
$.51. cow. 51 5i?2 so. !
Hoas. - hecelpts. 1S0D1 : shlpmen'. 2S5: :ady. i
pd to choke $4 !ofc$4 coaunon to inedlam 4 tt)
Sft.p.ReCelpt, X&: hlntc-t. 0. ieady: j
good to cbote-. S2 tJ$J 2i, common to medium, ,
SI 50S2 40. J
St. IxiuH Grain and Provisions. J
St. Locrr. December W. j
.,., . --. -. -I .!' T.,iiwl, ii X4 1
C4 ..O. . iTO. MJ. 7'W. v.-.wv.. ---
bd; aanarr M)aSl c j. .-1 as Wed; Fubfrmry. 3h
Wl;Jny. SS7j closlnr-'Trt. j
Corn No t nid cash, : Deeabr. JUK;
i.i.H.i-t K ektnc. at FebroaJ-r. 9SiM 3tv.
&Ui k dosing. 4ta. ,..J i
Oais No. 2 mlie.1 cash 2t5& ; Vecembtr. 9 Wd ;
v.ay. s H
Lod dull for all grades.
Rutter-Oe mery. 25. dafcry. 13
Ecgs 21J -$
WbAe -Sioerfy at $1 IS.
Pork Higher. $M 0
l,-d Firm as ftSt?H-
R-selpts-Fonr. fifc whea 27JWB8 oaia. STav.
oi- 21 Ut rj-. "J"J brley. U
Sh.ietj-n'ur. S'O; wht. t0: cr, SCv.
oaus. none; re- 3tM. b&rfay. oe.
Wnotc Receipt 0 i. UUp-etJt. WfM .
Wort: higher N.3red. ess. S , bfc !: Jory. -
htt; a. H bH.
Oas N o. 2 . Tni ad.
St. IxhiU Live loct.
ST. ums. Deecober U. '
CatU ii-c?W :Vt Wpjeat. ICA; etetec autre
; JWM TS-. tsAr m gi ttotpptnz nor i '
4 . twHer iiTv fir to eoto J 3 n leeOet
ftr to wl !'aM.'0. Teii xsA tllui cuoucab
xo tir 1 iijU TO. ....,.!
ba tj e4crtlM& t S&.1 S pieirr lair timer
iV&tlmiyar1:nZRttBm t choice S 5 Uri SB. ptss j
Slir-H4weIHs tipzgnit svm ceramea to j
prtoeS toai CO. J
E citemeni in Amsterdam.
Canajoharie, X. Y., Dec. 16. Great
excitement has been created in the ranks of
the Knights of Labor at Amsterdam by the
publication in the Daily Democrat this af
ternoon of all the secrets of the order and
the mode of initiation.
The Democrat this evening devoted two
columns to a complete description of all
the signs and symbols in use among
Knights of Labor throughout the country,
taken from official documents sent to hisjh
members of the order by General Secretary
and Treasurer Frederick Turner. The
Democrat says that it is genuine and will
prove valuable to those desiring to form
secret societies. In the description occurs
Entering signal, inner veil, three raps
given in "this peculiar manner: One, a
short pause, then two in quick succession.
Grip, extend hand with thumb parallel
with the forefinger and close to it; clasp
hands with the lingers without locking the
thumbs, with a side pressure of the thumb
on the outside, thumbs still extended par
allel with each other; then end by locking
the thumbs and an ordinary shake of the
llatlc Good his Declaration.
Salt Lake, Utah. Dec, 10. Today at
Parowam, Utah, Deputy .Marshal AVui.
Thompson shot and killed Edward Daltou.
indicted for unlawful cohabitation in
March. lSS-l. Dalton had been arrested
and escaped. He frequently declared he
would not be taken alive. Thompson and
Deputy Ortou saw him today in Parowam
on horseback and called on him to sur
n nder. Dalton turned his horse to run
whm Thompson shot, intending to lire
over him. but the ball took effect in Dal
tm's hodv. lie died in about an hour.
Thompson and Orton were arrested for
murder by Joeal ollicers. lhey will be
taken-to Beaver tomorrow. There is a
rood deal of excitement over the affair.
l'urubnsiiijr an Umpire.
Kansas City, 3Io.. Dec. 1G. The Star
has an interview with :i et!eraau from
Colorado us tho representative of Coiomdo i
capitjuists interested witli JSew iork, bt.
Ijotiis ami (.."hicago j'arties in a scheme to
piirclDise or lease for :i lonsr. term of years
the Cherokee strip in tlie Iudiau Territory
coatainiuir six iniUion acres, with t-he in
tention of openius to settlement. The j
juice lueutioiu'd is 3 per acre. 1 lie
scheme includes the -acquisition of five
million acres on No-Man's .and. extending
to .Mexico, claimed by the Clierokces. It
is asserted that $20,0'J0 has been s;)ent al
ready in looking up the records of the in
terior depitrtment and negotitxtinjj with tho
Under the "Wheel?.
Leavenworth, Kan., Dec. 1G. This
afternoon Geo. E. Eailey, of IcL'iith,
Kim., was standing by the Union dejwt
platfnrm intoxicated, and as thu 4:1." Mis
souri Pacific passenger train ):ilU'd into the
depot he staggered and fell across the trade.
The train was running at the rate of ten
miles per hourjit was impossible to reverse
the engine and save him. The res'ilt was
both of his legs ware cut off and his head
b:idly crushed, lie is still alive but can
Eul'tirciujr tho Law.
Leavenwoijtii, Kan.. Dvc. 16. The
Ciiie of the state against Lajoic for selling
liquors to minors and others in violation of
the prohibition law was on trial yesteiday
and today. The evidence was overwhelm
ing. Judge Crozier's rulings were fair. It
i reportedTlate tonight that the jury have
returned a sealed verdict. This fact leads
to the conchi-sion that the verdict will he
"guilty as charged." Tt is thought impos
sible for them to acquit in the face of tlic
testimony and the plain instructions from
Pour Schoonera lost.
Baxgok, Mc., Dec. 10. The schooner
Redondo. left here Novemlier 11 with
lumber for East Boston, the schooner Dia
dem, November 13, with lumber for the
same, the schooner Alpine, Noveuilwr 13,
with lumber for Woodshall, the schooner
Annete November 13, with lumber for
Cohascett. The vessels named have not
been heard from, and are thought to be
Opnost'tl to Afiiliation.
PiTTSisuuG, Pa., Dec. IC The Labor
Tribune says: The popular vote of the
members of tlie Amalgamated Association
of iron and steel workers on the proposi
tion of General .Master Workman Powderly
to join tlie Knights of Labor, so far as
heard from up to Saturday last, shows that
99 per cent are opposed to afiiliation.
They Ditln't Nant.lt.
Cnic.vno, Dec. 1G. The now bill of
ladimr against which .shippers protested
has failed" on account of the refusal of sev- 1
eral roads to adopt it. j
Succeeded by Sully. I
Richmond. Va., Dee. 10. Alfred Sully
of New York, was elected preside-1 of the
Richmond & Danville read, lo succeed
Col. Bulford, resiened. , '
A Timely Move. '
.Wasihxotok. Doc. 1G. F'rieiMWi of the
late General Hanbock have divided to pwr
chase a resilience here and present it to
Morris Tvue Writer..!
Wonder of the Age.
Th w ritT ho hwn hnp rsl anl Ii now rn''
up In thf i l tt-iv ftjle. it I--nu.i raM
hm! s-rnctlcal wriur. or all fctort ot
anl ie3frl cTponlDce It U much faM-r than
Ui- r- a. wl equil t nr rr-r writer I o i '.
PricvSlT.i.''and yi't in fln!r po5l.lI .
rAf.EXTS WvnTKD r
J. B. MOPvKIS. T2!X
K&tfa. OSJw. f.&R St. Uk' i. 5, WKiffJta K
Bargains in Heal Estate.
A aneacrioiUural aad stock frm. trw twl om-
tlf rail- rr cltj. aUKil 125 -r wnt. tm-. iw
Urr sccUfm ficMl for paturf , film t f r and a
Al4i3i lot In cltr jiar Veat6d ami ta BO"i
cel2hbrho"J. 3f.-cfeJ t?r so t WK t
mstif home. m .
nuvuhnrlmn KrnT. Par f Briber orSr
Chrt. T. Vcttt. as-eat fr Ti.6fiK9 . i
CAS'S'iLL i BTCKLET.
ltie:arrr of fislt-aslzM Iron Cersfeu TSs.
ry&iiM mm! lels3 feral4 as $bsn Or
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS.
Jti ath of Use Oedltxitl.
VISITED WICHITA, ,
And :-: Made :-: the :-: Well -:- Know
lEMSMBER Old Santa has been the rounds so often that he is
I well posted where the most children go to trade and to satisfy
I himself thorouc:hlv, some three months ago he hid himself
v among the stacks bt co. ds at the Popular Boston Store, final
ly he came out during the week and said to the managers
Iliaveneverseenso nmiwcaildren trade in one sfore as in This,
therefore, in order to supply t ho rush tnat will be irade upon
us, we contracted vvri;h Santa Glaus for a full and
varied assortment in his line.
hey Have Arrived.
Prices are so cheap that we look
in amazement ourselves. We will try to
enumerate a few of the pretty things we have
but a call will
AND JUSTIFY YOU.
Bisque Jointed Doiis, Indestructible Dolls, Wax Dolls with
Natural Eye-, China Dolls, Mechanic:! Toys. "Hn Wagon--,
Humming Tops. Tin Horses, Cook Stoves, Ranges, Furn
ture Sets, Tea Se s, Kitchens, Trumpets, Dominoes, Toy
inkstan-'s, Toy Match Safrr-, Scrap Books, Ch-ismus Car s,
Glass Globes, Autograph Albums, Rattles, In fact, oys of
evety description too numerous to Mention.
Consisting of Flioto Albums, Oc3or Cases. Glove Cases, Handker
chief cases, Manicure cases, "vorfe boxes. Fancy covks.
Dressing cases. 8-tn.viug cases, Broom bold ers, Flower vases, Plow
er baskets, Wine sets, Cologne set.. Gents collar 3in cuu
bo-es. Iviusic cases, Etc. in Endlr'ss Variety. The most select, stot :c
in the city for presents.
Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers
Bought at the recent auction sale In New York at 60c on the $1 Go
0;he largest and handsomest line In the city, Price Tar less
to you than our competitors own them.
Hoods, Toboggans, Laee Handkerchiefs,
Fascinators, Imported embroidered handkerchiefs, Lace Fichu.
Child's silk caps. Lace chemisetts. Fancy tld:es. .Silk Um
brellas, and many other art teles especially
selected ror Holiday Trade.
Jewelry ! Jewelry !
Just received direct from manufactory, tho choicest stles ar.d
prettiest design ever brought before your notice. W hve
good warranted goods msolldgolcl, gold rruita. heavy rolled piata
oxidized silver and gold, in fact everything you could Uilok
of in the jeveiry line, ail hive been marked vitb. m smn41 mArgtn as
we want them to go and nave them closed out by
the end or the Holidays.
These pods have been recently selected by oir eastern buytr a.d
when ex tmined we ien confident, wll j,hw you. Ah the
stvies that are made :n Plush, Leather. Lefithor-
ette, Snake skin and alligator, you will Tind in our aasortmeat.
Useful Holiday Gifts.
What can be more useful Christmas gift than a r.5-e cloak; a Tin
pair of Blankets, a f me silk dress pattern, afine woo
dressrattern. We of fer you our entlr-; line of iancy Wwm in
Jackets, Short Wraps, at one half the former price. Ask
to see the
Red. Figure Mark
White Blankets $1.20 apatr and upward; ffray bianfreta 00ppa r
and upward. 16 vardsof goxl bonnet black Bilk for sft. Oer
dress goods stock has had a general cutting in prices.
fa large invoice of Handkerchiefs for this vreefc. GO class Japar.
ese hern-stitched slik handkerchiefs 2-c worth bin 40 d . CnlnHt
I slik handkerchiefs, liandsome pat erns, usual price 4 our
pi ce this week l&c: K-0 doz. hem-stlt-ched colored border Ur.eu
handkerchiefs, always sold at 16c our price this wee-t 9c;
200 doz. colored border handkerchiefs sold -very wliere at 10c our
j price this week 3c; 300 doz. bordered handkercnifs at la
From December 13Ui to December 2dUi Inclusive,
We will keep om store open evenings (or the
benefit of those who cannot trade
during the day.
WALLENSTEIN & COHN.
SOUTH SIDE DOUGLAS AVE. NEAR MAIN.
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