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OUR NEW YORK BUYER
Shipped us some special
BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH.
SPECIALS THIS WEEK! f&
L. AL. CRAWFORD, juanaser.
Has the pleasure to announce the engagement, of
Tuesday, April 23d.
FromFisk University, Xashville. Tenn,
ron ONE OP
THEIR - INIMITABLE - CONCERTS.
This la the first visit to Kansas of the original
company that devoted over Sl&O.CuO of Its earnings
to tho Building of Fink University, that made two
w onderf all y successful tours abroad, the guests of
Kings and Queeas and Prime Ministers, and that
sung by special invitation for Presidents Grant,
Hayes Garfield and Arthur.
"I never so enjoyed music" Rev Chables H
"That music touches-It takes hold"-CKOWN
PlUN CK OP Gekmax Y.
"Their songs open the fountain of tears" REV
THEO L CtTYLEE, D. D.
Prices: 75 cents, 50 cents and 25 cents,
Bale of seats to begin Saturday morning at 9 a, m.
The followiDR are the transfers of real
estate tiled in the recorder's office yester
day: D W Sones to E It Humphreys, lot 1,
Cambell ave. D W Jones' add $ 4"o
C Rogers to W S Rogers, lots 13, 15,
aDcf 17, Avenue C, Sherwood's add 5000
L 21 Ballard to L A Bone, lots 24
and 26, block 10, Burton Car add. . . 1900
C J Donahue to J Hodson, JI of
NV of XW& of sec 9, town 27.
range 1 east 25
L H Stiles to Mrs H Jockson, lots
32, 34, 26 and 38, Bonn ave, Garfield
Second add 1000
A S Gordon to G W Plummer, lots
74, 76 and 73, Oak st, Tillinghost's
add ! 2G00
E D Seamen to A E Allen, lots 11
and 13,Dodge ave,Lawrence's Fifth
J A Hollinger to F W Israel. int
in E of SE of sec 31, town 25,
range 1 east , 1500
D S Gibbs to L L Ltmrence, lots 1, 3,
o and 7, block K, and 9 and 11, blk
F, Sherman's add 1000
J G Henry to L L Lawrence, lots 1,
3, 5 and 7, block 11, Shearman's
IL P SturopfE to W C Dexter, lots G
and S, block 1, West Pine street
"W O Dexter to F C H Gates, lots G
and 8, block 1, West Pine street
Cancer of the Tongue.
For three or four years I had an eating
sore on my tongue that made a considera
ble hole in it. I became alarmed at its
progress, and went to Atlanta for treat
ment. The result was that I commenced
the use of Swift's Specfio, aud the sore was
toon gone, without a trace of it left.
Thomaston, Ga., March 14, 1S89.
1 1887 I cave you a testimonial showing
that S. S.15. had onred me of rheumatism
of twelve years' standing, aud I take
pleasure in saying that I have never had
any return of the disease. As a tonic in
tho spring, S. S. S. is a splendid medicine.
J. H. M. MARTIX.
Jackson, Miss., March 1L '89.
The Odd Fellows of Wichita will run a
special train to Hutchinson on Friday,
April 26, to attend the seventieth anniver
sary of the order. All friends are invited.
Pare 51.15 round trip. All southern Kan
sas will be there. Coaches will remain on
tracks for guests. See L. N. Woodcock, N.
G.. or Mr. Fogg, at A., T. & S. F. office
before Thursday noon. 135 3t
Some choice improved farms in Kansas
and cash to trade for a ten or twelve thou
sand stock of dry goods. Address lock
box 305, Newton, Kansas. 135 12
If Miss Kitty W. is in the city she will
learn of something to her interest by send
ing her address to Jim O., Metropole ho
tel. 135 2
Rogers for views of the rush at Guthrie
after Thursday. 13t-Ct
A TEAcrr of lye in a pail of water will
improve the appearance of black goods.
The foot of a coarse cotton stocking is
superior to a sponge for bathing purposes.
To tokvext a shiny skin uso a little cam
phor in the wash-water. Xever use faco
powders; they are delusions.
To keep the lips soft and in good color
bathe them occasionally with alum-water,
followed by glycerine or camphor-ice.
To softes water for washing napkins,
cloths, dishes, etc, uso one teaspoouful
granulated lye- to four gallons of water and
A uoom with a low ceiling will seem
higher if tho window curtains hang to tho
floor. Lamberquins may bo used to ex
tend the curtains to the ceiling, thus car
rying out the effect.
To bleach cotton cloth use one spoonful
salsoda aud one pound chlondo of limo dis
solved in soft water; rinse thoroughly in
cold, soft water. This can be accomplished
in about fifteen minutes.
Tnu superior advantages of wearing
wool next the skin are tjasily apparent.
Its adaptability to the requirements of dif
ference in climates and tho changes in sea
sons is superior to any other dress mate
rial. In pressing flat ombroidery lay tho ar
ticle wrong side up on a damp cloth. Rib
bon or raised work should be laid right
side up and tacked in position to avoid
wrinkling, in which position it should be
left to dry.
To remove mildew from napkins, table
clotli6, etc, dissolve a tea-spoonful chlorido
sf limo in one quart of soft water and
strain three times, into which dip tho
poicos mildewed and spread them in tho
sunlight to drj.
When all tho pictures are taken, from
the walls preparatory to house-cleaning,
draw out all tho nails and closo up the
nail-holes. Have a light moulding put up
about four inches from tho ceiling upon
which rehang the pictures with wire in
stead of cord. This will save tho walls
and add materially to tho appearance of a
AND BALANCE OF WEEK.
75 dozen Eadies' and Misses'
Gloves at 12c a pair. First conies
gets the choicest.
48-inch Henrietta?, all late
shades, worth 75c, at 40c a yard.
M. : B. : C0HN,
J Xj J U JU
41S East Douglas Ave
Will be on sale this week at
T. L FOX t SON'S.
One case of sateens, splendid
styles, are the very best 10c sa
teens in the market, at 8 3-4c.
You will be pleased. Come while
the variety is great.
One case 32-mch wide sateens,
the best sateen of its kind, cheap
at 14c and 15c, we will sell this
case, beginning at once, 11 l-2c.
All the production of short
lengths of a certain French sa
teen, pieces 10 to 15 yards each,
just as you would buy them any
way. In the piece they are called
cheap at 30c, but these lengths
will sell quick at 21c. 21c for a
30c to 35c French sateen.
We always give our customers
the advantage of their spot cash.
50 silk umbrellas with gold
caps, warranted not to cut or
fade, at $1.29.
Our fast black and fancy hose,
kid gloves, underwear and men's
furnishing goods stock has never
yet been equalled.
CASH HOUSE, 150 U. Main St
A "Reminiscence ot Arbansas Politics in
tlie Early Days.
In one of the back counties of Arkansas a
good many years ago there was -a very
warm contest for the office of constable of
Snako township, being conducted between
John Pipkins and Dennis Tompkins, says
the Arkansas Gazette. The township was
largely composed of a family named
Treader, there being about twenty-five
votes polled in the township. They held tho
balance of power, and they wero to a man
for Tompkins. John Pipkins studied the
situation thoroughly many sleepless nights,
but failed to solve in his mind the solution
of the difficult problem of how to win tho
election against such large odds. He tried
many plans, crystallized by lonely and
studious thought, but none succeeded in
turning tho Treader vote In his favor. Ho
was finally in despair and had almost de
cided that withdrawal from the roll was his
only hopo of avoiding ignominious defeat.
In this frame of mind, ono morning about a
week before tho eleotion, he mounted his
sturdy mule and rode down to the cross
roads grocery store. In those days it was
the custom for all country establishments
of this character to keep "licker," and
this particular grocery was not an excep
tion. The first man that met the eye of
Pipkins on his arrival was young Charley
Treader. Charley was the pet and the
favorite of all the Treaders, his prestige
arising from the fact that he could
play tho "stiffest" game of poker and
shoot tho closest at a rifle target of
any man in tho township. He was "tanked
up" that morning, and ready for any kind
of a fray. Pipkins dismounted as Charley
disappeared in the store, and started to go
in also, when he discovered seated on a log
a little way from tho building a brawny son
of Erin, who to all appearances had been
deeply lmbib'ng tho night before and was
as dry as a chip for another drink. A fortu
nate idea popped into Pipkin's head, and ho
approached tho Irishman and said : "If you
will go in there and pound the living lights
out of that young whelp Treader, I'll give
you a quart of whisky." It didn't require
more than a minute to complete tho trade,
and after Pat went into tho saloon it re
quired only half that length of time to
bring on the desired conflict. With ono
blow of his massive list the Irishman felled
Charley to the floor. At 'this moment Pip
kins rushed into the store and knocking the
Irishman down, drew his pistol, and ex
claimed : "When you touch a Treader you
touch me 1 Git from here, you dirty Irish
whelp, and if I ever see you in these woods
again I'll put your light out!" The aston
ished Irishman flew, but before he was
over the lino of that township Pipkins had
the Treader vote in his pocket. Tompkins, in
despair at tho turn things had taken, with
drew from the race two days later. John
Pipkins is now an old man, and distinction
has been added to his gray hairs by the titlo
of "Colonel," and sitting by his fireside
at night he recounts many political victor
ies gained by him through all tho years
since that first campaign.
PRESERVING THE TEETH.
A Hit or AlIco Which In Worth an
I had a curbstone conversation to-day
with a prominent dentist on State street,
as ho stood waiting for a car. I ventured
to suggest to him that probably his profes
sion was not very much interested in
methods of preserving tho teeth from de
cay. "On the contrary," he said, "we do
every thing we can to teach the people how
to make our services unnecessary. Para
doxical as it may seem, it is to our inter
est todo so; for what little we can do in
that lino only educates them in to a greater
care for their teeth, and that always brings
them to us for help. Koiv. right here I
see my car is still a block away I will im
part to you the greatest secret for preserv
tngyour tecth,aud dispensmgwith dentists,
that is known to our profession. Go to any
establishment where dental stores are sold
and buy three or four spools of silk
fios, and a cake of white wax. The
expenses will be fifty cents, and they will
last you a year. Unwind two yards of tho
floss and wax it well, then double it,-twist it
and then wax it again. Keep that m your vest
pocket, and run it between all your teeth
every day or two. It requires considerable
force and some ingenuity to do it, but it can
be done, and if it makes your gums bleed
at ilnst, all the better. After awhile all the
sensitiveness will leave tho teeth and the
gums, and tho process will produce tho
same refreshing feeling that washing your
face in the morning does. If you get your
teeth once put in good order, and then uso
this silk floss regularly, you will never need
a dentist again. Tooth-picks and tooth
brushes are good to cleanse the faco of the
teeth and tho wider openings between the
teeth; but where the dentist makes his
money is between the teeth that are close
together. The silk floss cuts off his rev
enue altogether. Ta-ta. hero's my car." I
shouted after him that I knew whathe said
was true, for I had been doing that very
thing for fifteen years.
The spring cosies softly up ainonj the hills,
Tho paueni earth lies waiting 'neath the
Then comes a stir, the pulse of new life thrills.
The saow wreath fade, warmly tho south
And at their kiss the swamps flush roy red;
O'er all the trees, upon the hillside steep,
A tender mist ot living green Is spread,
While in the holioTs tiny violets peep.
And, with a note as sweet as -water's fall,
The blue birds tell of coming Jcy and lipht;
Gayly the robins to each other call.
And over all the sua shines -warm and bright
And then wo start and cry: "Winter has
But when the sprics came back li still to us
Any of the following items:
12 Large Safety Pin3,
36 Wire Hair Pins.
1 Box Gem Hair Pins,
3 Bonnet Pins,
2 Spools 200 yd Thread,
3 Cards Darning Cotton,
1 Box Mournsng PinB,
2 Rubber Tip Pencils,
2 Hair Crimpers,
3 Shoe Hooks,
J Paper Needles,
1 Case Cocoanut Oil Soap,
144 Agate Buttons.
1 Dozen Metal Dress Buttons,
1 Dozen Ivorine Dres3 Buttons,
3 Child's Handkerchiefs,
2 Ladles' Handkerchiefs.
And last, but not least, CHOICE of
dozen ttents' .Percale bcaris, worth lo
each; remember only a cents.
ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS ONLY
il Orders Promptly Attended To
Lai Ofe Hants
"We are prepared to furnish all
the Land Office Blanks:
No. 4-063 Homeetead Eatry.
4-070 Final Homestead. .
4-072 Contested Homestead,
4-007 Homestead Law.
No. 4-345 Contest Homestead Law.
4-376 Ex Parte Contested Homestead.
No. 4 534 Dec aratory Offered.
4-535 Declaratory Unoffered.
4-545 Soldiers Declaratory & Affidavit
4-516 Soldiers Declaratory.
4-593 Soldiers Discharge
P'ease be sure to order by number
TheSB Blanks are worth from Fifty lnts to
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per hundred.
There are three blanks prepar
ed especially by G-. Henry N
Copo, of Washington City, for
Oklahoma; which we are selling
at the low price of 50 cents per
Till: 3IISSOUKI PACIFIC KA I LAV AY CO.
Public Sale of Unclaimed Trcielit.
Fkeiuiit Office, Wichita, )
Kan., April 8, 1SS9. j
To whom It may concern.
Notice is hereby given that property ad
dressed and mentioned as per list below,
remaining unclaimed or otherwise in the
waiehousesof the Missouri Pacific Rail
way Co., at different points in the state of
Kansas, will bo sold at public auction to
the highest bidder, at the corner of Doug
las avenue and Wichita street, Wichita,
Kansas, Saturday, May 4, 1S69, at 9 o'clock
in the forenoon, by A. B. Henthorn, auc
tioneer, unless the same is paid for and
the charges paid thereon. G. H. Ma:nn,
Lewis, L. H., Wichita, 1 bdl (3) springs.
Quaker Med. Co., Arkansas City, 4 bx
Davies & McDonald, Emporia, 1 htg
stove, 1 base.
Hale, G. W., Horace, 1 iron pump, 1 pc
McClellan, Edna, 1 bdl cstg.
Cook, J. S., Cimmeron, 1 bx hdw.
Case. Ransom, Blue Mound, 12 plows, 2
Fuller &; Co., Emporia, 1 cs soda.
Bruce, G. E., Topeka, 1 bx h h goods.
Gay, C. R., Wichita, 1 stove, 1 zinc, 1
roll. 2 bdl chairs.
Harrison, C. H., Millerton, 1 bdl empty
Ho watt, R., Haven, 1 bdl cultivator.
Stanford & Son. Emporia, 1 crt smo
Kella, J. J., Scott City, 1 old self binder.
Nash, Wichita, 1 stove.
Wilson, Mrs., Topeka, 1 brl and cts, 1 k
safe, 1 bx h h gds. 1 c wagou.
Beam, W. E., Couucil Grove, 1 trunk
Taylor, Mrs. L., McCrackin, 6 chairs.
Minton, C. C, Ottawa, 3 bx lanterns.
Osborn, L. C, Ottawa, 1 pc casting.
Forbes & Co., McCrackin, 2 bx Tripoli.
Dayton, C. E., Wichita. 1 fccebmexnt.
Wnter, Light & Power Co., Kingman, 1
brl boiler compound-
Anderson, C. J., Council Grove, 1 sack
Law, J N., Sallnn, 10 rl bld'g paper.
Richardson, Emma, Wichita, 1 table, 1
bdl bed ends, 1 bdl t leaves, 1 r chair, 1 bdl
b sides, 1 bdl b slats. 1 bdl (2) chairs, 1
boiler and w brds,2 bx h h goods, dish pan
and cts wringer attached.
Eck. Geo Pueblo. Col., 1 ch h h goods.
Dawson & Co.. Webb City. 2 iron shells.
Vandries, F. K., Salina, 20 cs pop bot
tles. Bellanzi, L., G2S Doug, ave,, Wichita,
1 bdl bed ends, 1 bed spring, 1 table, 1 bdl
3 chairs. 1 bdl b rails.
Strahl, W. J., Wichita, 1 boat, 2 oars, 1
bdl beds, 1 s board, 1 tarpolin.
Also the following articles without
marks: 2 iron wheels, 1 oil can, 1 wash
board. 1 bdl spokes, S pes fruit dryer, 2 pes
moulding, 5 sod plow, 5 ex shares, 1 keg
casting, 1 pc stoves, 2 bdl bed ends, 2 bdl
bed rails, 1 bdl bed slats. 1 (4) arm casting.
1 r chair, 1 bdl quilts. 1 iron cultivator
axle, 2 sto lees, 1 sto lid, SO gal jars, 2
wood posts, CO 1 gal jars, 1 bar iron, 200 1
gal pans, 1 bx rulers, 40 J gal pans.
We carrr a ocwplsts Mae or 11 kiafis of Boots
cd BUnls, mch as are cvsi by Real Ete Areats
ctnltnsr of Deefli, Mor:pes. Absinurte, Receipt
Boots, Kot Bock. Hent Resisters, Xotarr FabMe
Rocordj asd B!&S3, Coitract Soofcj. Pocket Real
Estate Books for Firm aaS Cut property, etc Or
ders bx isoU prcapUj aucaded to. Addreaa
lilB WICHITA EAGLE,
We offer choice of 50 nieces satteens in
all late designs; sold elsewhere at 20c
5 pieoes Persian Mulls, the latest sum
mer fabric, very soft and great varietv of
patterns; others ask 20 cents.
5iu pieces Ecru Dotted Swiss; the price
in other houses is 25 cents.
15 pieces Ecru Lace. Curtain Net fTaoed)
36 inch wide.
10 pieces White Marble Oil Cloth, worth
Gents' Fine Suspenders.
Gents' Fine Gauze Shirts.
Gents' Zylonite Collars, considered bet
ter tnan c-lluloid.
Gents' Fine Silk Neckwear.
Gents' Full Regular Made Fav 8ox.
120 Dozen Ladies' Fall Regular Made
nose in stripes ana soua cuact, worth 25
cents, only lo cents.
ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS ONLY
I have a fine telescope, in good order,
which I will sell cheap. M. L. GATES,
dll5-tf 421 North Topeka.
Rogers, the photographer, leaves for Ok
lahoma this morning and will photograph
everything of interest in the territory.
Views can be obtained at his studio, 106
East Douglas, after Thursday this week.
Blank charters and all kinds of lega
blanks for sale by
Tile Wichita Eagle,
d71 tf Wichita, Kansas.
All Drivers have positive orders to pre
vent passengers from getting on and off
front platform of cars, or stand on the
Passengers must keep oft of the front
platform. Wichita Street R'r Co.
Wedding and Party Invitations, en
graved or printed, at the Wichita Eagle
office. dG3 tf
Scale books, coal tickets, etc., for sale at
this office. Orders by mail will receive
prompt attention. Address The Wichita
Eagle, Wichita, Kan. 75tf
Gents clothing cleaned and renovated
equal to new. It pays to call at 309 North
Main street, opposite Occidental hotel.
Cash paid for second hand clothing at 309
North Main street, opposite Occidental
Heating stoves taken down and stored
and put. up in the fall. Leave your orders
corner Oak aud Lawrence, Peerless Stove
Get your gasoline stoves cleaned and re
paiiedby experienced men, corner Oak
and Lawrence. Peerless Stove Repair
Take the new short line, O. K. & N.
Rock Island route, to Kansas City, Sfc
Joseph, Chicago and St. Louis. 114-tf
Blank City L-easa.
Our form of lease on city property is the
most complete and perfect one yet gotten
up. It was prepared by an attorney who
is"authorityon such business. 84-tf
Engraved CALLING cards at the
Wiohita Eagle oilice, d&3 tf
Take the Missouri Pacific railway to all
points east, west, north and south.
Riverside A. Suburban Electric Railway.
Cais leave Douglas avenue and Market
street every twenty minutes from 7 a. m.
to 7 p. m.jthen every hour until 10 p. m.,
car leaving on the hour runs to Alamo.
For sale by J. W. II awn & Co., Wichita
Elevator, telephone 334. dll6 tf
Missouri Pacific railway the shortest
line to St. Louis, by 4S miles. d 124-tf
A LUXURY CHEAP.
Some Strictly 1'ure 3Iaple hugar.
Slade & Ackorman, 313 East Douglas,
next to Manhattan hotel, have just re
ceived 1,500 pounds maple sugar, made m
Allegheney Co., N. Y. Also some pure
maple sap syrup in gallon cans. If you
know tlie pure article when you see it. call
and be convinced. 183 St
Twelve cabinet photographs for 09 cents
at the Biittingham Gallery, 112 East
Douglah avenue. dlS3 6t
Turkish (and other) baths, for ladies
every day except Sunday, from 8 a. m. to
1 p. m. Gentlemen from 2 to 11 p. m. 250
N. Main, up stairs. 132 6
Temporary Railway Home'? for the Oklahoma
Prospector and Visitor.
Pullman Palace sleeping cars may be
chartered by parties at rate of 10.00 Der
day to stand on track after reaching des
tination in Oklahoma territory while oc
cupied, also tourist sleeping cars under
the manacement ot the Pullman company
may be had for $15 00 per day. Parties de
siriug these accommodations should apply
at once to the undersigned. The cars will
be supplied with bedding, linen, and ac
companied by a porter.
W. D. McnnoCK, Agent
132 St A. T. S. F. R R., 122 N. Main st.
The next regular county examination for
teachers will be held at the city high
school Saturdav, April 27. Examination
will begin at S;) a. m. D. S. PENCE,
124-13:-w4-3t Co. Superintendent.
Two second hand fire and burglar proof
safes, 1 "Hall," made with double time
lock: 1 "Halhday," made with "Perfec
tion" double time lock- For orices. etc.,
address L. B. Weaver,
124 tf Pratt, Kan.
YERS everywhere endorse the
AGIO'S "Attorneys Pocket Dock
.' can bo used in any court and
inanv rtat. Price, 11.00. By
mail to any address, prepaid, upon receipt
of $107. Address tb Wichita Eagle,
H0, FOR OKLAHOMA!
Printers, Look Here!
Do you propose to start a paper or job of
fice in the great Oklahoma country J
If you do, remember that the Kanta News
paper Union, at Topeka, can fit you out
with a complete ce-wspapM1 or job outSt in
a very few hounu By buyia of us, you
r..-.. fi'm mil fralstif fmm til ft foC&dri&ft.
It is tbs "early bird that catckw te worm"
ana now me c&ance ot jour uie. iac
lo Topeka, or address,
S. B. BAKES,
Maxagsr Kansas NIewspates Uxios.
1141m iepeka, Kanaaa
25 pieces Imported Satteens, to look at
them means to buy (they are imported) all
French designs; the price elsewhere is 35
15 pieces Fine Tambour Chambrayswith
cord and lace effects, worth 40 cents.
10 piece All Linen Colored Border
Dam as t. Ack our competitors theprica;
they will tell you H7f cents.
12 pieces Genuine Turky Rd Damask
that is well worth 35 cents.
15 Dozen Ladies' Genuine Lisle Jersey
Ribbed Vests that are sold all over the
city at 50 ceHta.
2-5 pieces English Plaid Suitings and
hard finished Henrietta; sold usually at
ANY OF THE ABOVE ITESI3 ONLY
Just Received an Importation
order of wenuine London Made
Derby Stiff Hats in black and
new spring colors. Price, $5.00.
They are quite English.
The Hatter & Haberdasher,
147 IT. Main Street.
"Wichita, Kan. 105 tf
F. S. DENNIS,
The Old Reliable and Only
Cheaper than tho Cheapest
All Work Guaranteed to Give Satis
faction. Persons wanting this kind of work, can
dr p a card in Scavenger Box, N. E Cor
Fourth aud Douglas aves: S. E. cor Central
ave. and .Main st; S. E. cor Chicago and
Sycamore aves; N. E cor Doug ilh ard Main
or call at office. Res. 72S N . VVaco ave.
Telephone 335. Wichita, Kan.
F. - T. - CRELLER
Sell to Jobbers Only.
CIGARS A SPECIALTY. Ner York, Key West and
all grades Pennsjlvanl.i cle.irs.
P. - T. - CRELLER,
Gandalfo Bnildlns- 131 Imi V'ichlta. Kas
Ivory Soap Floats.
WICHITA - FLORAL - STORE.
C. A. ROSE, Prop'r.
Dealers In all kinds of
PLANTS. BULBS and FLORIST SUPPLIES.
Cut Floweks and Seeds a Specialty.
All orders Promptly Attended to.
M-tf (U North "Water st. Telep hone "3
DAVIDSON & CASE,
John Davidson, Pioneer Lumberman,
Of Sedgwick County.--:-
ESTABLISHED IN 1870. -:-
A Complete stock of Pine Lum
ber, Shingle-, Latn, Doors,
Sasn, etc, al ways on hand.
04 c wdTardm oa Moiley itrtct, btws
enlM ivaaaa and i"lrt mt.
READ THE WEEKLY
Contains More State and Gen
eral News and Eastern Dis
patches than any paper in the
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Year, - $1.00
Six Monttis, - 75
Jut CBZZ9".ei4 a tcr tlc i tiJ. cSce R-rf
cT Tfrhr AfclUtr." tor i brantrtatcadecu
ad P-rtsei; of OOHS40X. CITS ad GRASED
BCJIOOLS. Cans he used ta asy tixj. Ttt boot
erf ocT-ii2t ai to cwrr la Uj poctrt. Bessd
to xf a44m epee crfpt of U oeats tor dot tsA
SJC"rarfiXJfc'cbi!-uilcc Orders tir sil -Bail will
rtcelfe prcx;t nxtzxtez. Address
THi: WICHITA EAGLE.
"IMPORTED -- DEEBY."
25 pieces All Wool Nun's Cloth In Base
and Gray Stripes; very handsome. Worth
15 pieces Silk Moire Trimming, new
ehadea; cheap at 65 cents.
25 dozen Gents' Balbriggan Under 8hirts
and Drawers; the price witn all is 50 cents.
10 dozen Ladies' Cashmere Scarfs, many
shades. They are cheap.
12 pieces Fine All Wool Ladles' Cloth,
spring weight, are decided bargains.
150 pair Child's Dongola Shoes are a bar
gain at 50 cents.
ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS ONLY
JOHNSTON & LARIMER DRY GOODS CO
Dry Goods, Notions and Furnishing 'Goods,
119 to 123 N. Topeka ave, "Wichita, Kan.
Complete stocks in all dept's.
VT. G. HACKEU. Pres.
11. C. JACKSON. Sec.
The Wichita Overall & Shirt M'fg. Co.
AVHOLESALE MAJCUFACTCREIJS OP
Pants, Qveralls, Denim Coats, Jackets, Fancy and "Working
Shirts, Drill and Canton Flannel Drawers.
Comparison in prices and workmansliip respectfully solicited.
Orders promptly attended to.
FACTORY AND SALESROOM, 603 EAST DOUG-LAS AVENUE
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We desire to in
crease our list of busi
ness property. If you
have a bargain to offer
bring us your descrip
tion. N. F. NIEDERLANDER&CO
Over Wichita National Bank.
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2U North MArs Street.
New Ssprin? Good3 at Bottom Prices.-
I of tho rectna
NO BITS WO, NQSOTET,
Until PCMent is Curod. PRIVATE, f
CHRONiO and SEXUAL diseases
successfully treated. DISEASES of
WOMEN a SPECIALTY. Consulta
tion free. Call or address
DR. WM. HALL
126 S"OITU MAIN ST,
Send 2c. for Book.
DEALEIi I J
102 E. Donglns avenue,
T-7ICHITA, - - 2TA2T.
SC Emr-AST. H.J.DX.U, L cf CTT7 Kav
"rar. Steals B. rto ' Baax. O?
lixsjrt . yea.
P-atps S2 Per Day
Cor-scr KIa S 2saiVrJ &,
20 pieces AU Wool 80k Finished He
rietta, 40 Inched wide; a great bargain.
7 pieces 46 inch Fine Finished Henrietta,
but a few shale left. If you. find what
you want buy it; 'tis worth t cents.
200 White Crochet Qoflts; all to fco this
S pieces 50 inch Flannel suitings; boy
them now it you want a bargain.
150 Odd and End Corsets, worth 75 cents
20 dozen Ladles' Fine Bilk Gloves, never
before scld for less than 75 cents.
ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS ONLY
Lowest Jobbing Prices guaranteed.
GEO. .V. BLACK. Manager
1,000,000 NOW IN USE.
GEO. M. CLARK & CO.'s
Jewel Vapor Stoves
With eltliur Russia Iron or Tin Ovens, Ma
the best Vtti-or btovi-s on th market today.
They are birong, light nnd dtirahlo
That the .Jeei Generator is simpfo la
apparent to everyon; that it is very power
lul and ec'-nomiml H vouched for by
everyon ho has u-el it. By means of
our "Cut-off" it can be left to simmer at
an incredth! small cost and 3 tt Renerate
gaeiiMKh for four burners T h fa the
mo-t important part of a Raw line stove
nnd fcb u l b1 the purchaser's llrt cam
11 tv ou thought of this and examined
Ihv Jwl Union Coupling onnblm any
one lo rtmove a burner ami clon the im
in five minute?. You need not pay cut
ono cent in live. yenr to an expert to clean
your htove. We warrant them to bake an
well as any cook stove. They never gvtout
of order. The are ftlmpl perfect.
Alaska It frjgerators,
BISSANTZ 8c MATTHEWS,
134 12 Solo Agents, 123 E. Dougla.
For Sale- To Feeders.
STEERS AND HEIFERS,
Om. two And three yean aW, near Kiowa. Kan ,
hdIUiM' for Itoitlni; or rottcMflt;. iL ibck cnttir
Will fH on time to jvirtlw mnkJni; nrl-cla
patwr Addroo II. IL Okiiikh. Kbiwo. Kan . or
lli-Jta V. II. GlMMCtn. KanwwClly. Mo
Is being used by our would-be
competitors in felling any old
patrons that the Enterprise has
I MEAN SCHEME
TO COT MY TRADE
which is the best trade in the
city, and I would say right here
is still here and expects to stay
and is offering greater bargain
in the new store, 152 Korfc Main
street, than ever before.
LOOK FOR US
Before purchasing elsewhere
and you will be convinced at
once that yqvl can save money at
152 Korth Main Street,
A. GLUICK, - Proor'.
GEEAT PARASOL SAXE
This -:- week.
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