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gfte TOcMia gailg gaglk: JteHflag gstortmog, fjfcaxfc 30, 1890.
ERSY IS SETTLED
CROWDED WITH BUYERS!
Hew York Buyer at Work.
THE CONTBO V
. mm . w
Thte powder nrvpr varies. A marvel of purity,
(trcucui id vliolcsomeiipss. More economical
than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold In com
petition with ttie multitude or low: test, short welshl
ftlum or phospiiate ponders. Sold only in cans.
Koyal Bafcluj; Powder Co.. lOu Wall M. Y.
AIL THE LATEST STYLES
UV srt1 y UAR
IflF" the mTTFh
JWSE- 3IIB1 Si"M
YOU EVER SAW.
1000 23cvests ...
1000 50c vests -1000
pair of 23c gloves
1 000 pair S5c kids -1000
1000 yards gingham
1000 yards 13c Satlnes
r0 bead -wraps
1000 yards Cliiiia Silk
149 x. arAxtfsT., rncHzxj..
ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE
compelled Demand 25 Eaeh.
IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT.
TctheFdltorof the Eat'Ic.
rirritc announce roe a a
man from tho 1 irst ward.
v. N". Caswell.
To the Editor of tho Kaglc.
Pleao announro J. r. Kely as candidate for
member school board for Fourth ward.
1U3 tl ilAXV CITIZENS.
To the E"Ho- of the Easle.
PliaseannouiieeiiHiHa'Jindidatc for reflection
for councilman. Third ward.
Oscn D. Uakm..
I herein announce myelf arandldaf e for the posi
tion it councilman In the Third warn .iml solicit the
fcutiport of the ours in said ward.
March, 1" KO. lllUf
For Councilman. Sixth Ward Chns. -Un;lj.icher I1?
a candidate for councilman long term from tile
Jsixth ward at the cnsuuij; ok-ction. April 1, K"
Editor of the Eistli.
JIeaeaniuHinc V. V. Jlewly ts candidate for
councilman from tho llrst ward. llltf
PIRST PRESBYTBRJA2T CHURCH
Saturday Ei c, April 3.
law and labor. Property and Toy
orly. The Great question of tho Present Day
I'lice recent1-. All nta l eervod. cnXf on sale
Jlndnj morning JlartHSI, at Chapion's nook stort,
hedip fck Mj c k. ICt-lw
L. M. Ciinvroiu). Manager
Monday and Tuelpy, March 31 and April 1.
THE WOKLEI) FAMED
(Irand Fairy bpectaclo
50 :: AUTISTS
Wonderful and Gorjjcotm Scenery. M.incloia
Mech.iulr.tl EffuctK Masnititent and Start-
l'n? Trans-formations, -spc tho
Hrgnlnr prlce. talc of seats commences Friday,
March :y, at Un. in.
See the great display at the Boston .store
"Wednesday night. llo It
Tf you want a good smoke try the Span
ish iVlasd cigar. Tor sale only by Keister
& Wallace. 400 E. Douglas avenue; J. 1'.
Dorsey. 224 North Main; Xorris & Cook,
corner Main and First. 114-12
Aluic for the evening at the Boston store
"Wednesday night. 115 It
Another Induction la Sant.i Fe Iionto
Commencing Tuesdav, March 25, the
Santa Fe will .sell first class limited tickets
to Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver and
intermediate points, at b 25. Free chair
from New ton. Pullman reservation may
be obtained by calling at 122 North Main
Ftrct, and at new union depot, corner
Fifth and Douglas avenues,
lll-tf W. D. AlrunocK, Agent.
Wednesday night is the time set for the
Uostou store display opening. 115 It
Spanish Maid is a long Havana filler and
hand made. Try one. 114-12
Attend Boston store display opening
next Wednesday. 115 It
Are ou going wet? Are vou going
enst? If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accomimxlat ions and lowest rates
to all point . City ticket oflice, 100 East
Douglas aenue, corner Main street.
' 110 tf
Great display opening at the Boston store
neNt Wednesday night. 115 It
Comiuerr mg Sundav, March 2:?. the
fiiuit Koik Island route will nlace
sen ice between Kansas City and Denver
thur new and magniiiccnt dining cars,
"Pence de 1am)ij,' "Delmonte"' and "Kay
inond " Passengers leaving Wichita on
the morning trains for Pueblo. Colorado
Springs ami Dem or will be servel with
umner and supper on these trains. 110-tf
DISSOLUTION OK PARTNERSHIP.
(The senior member will retired
$40,000 WORTH OF
Pnrchased expressly for this season's
trade will be
Closed Out at Actual Cost
SMITH & STOVER,
144 NORTH MAIN ST.
214 North Maht Street.
New Spring Goods at Bottom Prices.-
Stop in and see us: We roast all grades
of cotlee every day and grind it line to suit
customers. Why use poor coffee, when
you can get fresh roasted coffee just as
cheap"- We are also agents for Rice's
coilee pots and urns, the best in the
world. C. I. Fuller, 202 Douglas avenue.
W. L W. MILLER,
Oermnnia Fire Insurance Co., New York,
niseis. .Jan. I. ISTO 2,9G5.n:
MilwHtikce. Meeh.mics Iniuranco Co. Mll-
-Aauker, jcssfts Jan. 1. ISH) 1.621.C01
Providence - Washington ln-uranco Co ,
IMotMciicp. uasiis Jan. 1, 1EUU .. . 1.U1.3U
I'oople's l'lre InsiiraiiLe Co, ilanthcbter,
N II . nxsels .Lm. 1. 1S"0 . . .. C3..VI
seem lt IusuiiMeCo,NewHacn, Conn.,
assets Jan. 1, lKH) ... .. fffl,,',i
W. L. W. MILLER, Agent.
152 N. jravkct Street. Ground Floor.
TEL El II ONE 2S 7.
TO ART DEALERS AXD ARTISTS.
ArtUt's Materials, Pictures. Mouldings and Frames.
Wholesale and retail. Catalogue freo.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
E. P. MABTIE, 114 Market St.
IU member Boston store display opening
next Wednesday night. " 115 It
The 5 and 10 cent and harness store, our
imminse stock of ciuna ami glass ware,
toys and notions and harness, trunks and
whips to 25S North Main street, corner of
second. here we will give special bar
gains for thirty days in all departments to
Coal, Gravel Booflng, ISootlug and
TJ5LEPJIOXE XO. 104.
ISth St. and 4th A-vc. Wichita, Kan
CASKBEER A DEAN, 1'rop's.
tnCIIITA, .... K.VNSAS,
Ntw goods to open of Japanese fan adn , J--1"
'oeltiis, etc. Come and see Us and get!,
;,oods.heaper than cost. W. C. Palmer. rwrw
Elevato- Strani Heat Hath Room FVrtrle TlM
Oood SampR-Roots 1 ;h h! h I e irn'j nt-'
eant roon-s uit'i lutti ?. V) i" U Itnus sJ and
perdaj. irst-claiS nail reaper' .
The Citizens of Wichita and Sedgwick County have decided that the POPULAR BOSTON STOEE is the busy Dry
Goods Mart of this Southwestern Country.
Always Lead I Foremost in Everything!
PERTAINING TO A MERCANTILE HOUSE.
MANY SPECIAL BA.RG-A.HNTS THIS WEEK
A Careful Study of our Prices Daily will Draw you Closer to Our House.
SPECIAL OFFERING I
At 35c a Yard.
Comprising all the New Colorings.
At 49c a Yard.
We offer choice of fifteen styles of fine
all wool Challies, the veiy latest designs.
No house in the city can sell under GO cts.
See them, they aie choice.
At 35c a Yard.
We show several styles of double width
plaid Challies that will -wash like a piece
of domestic such as usually sold tor ."Of.
Side Bans! Henriettas!
Several new shades with S-inch Floweied
Side Band, this w eek
Only 29c a Yard.
At 33, 39, 48, 59, 69c.
.Are well -worth your attention, and are
reauv sellers at more money.
Fifty pieces plaid and stripe India Linons
in blue, brown and black plaids. Are
cheap at 15 cents a yard.
At 44g a Yard.
Check and plaid white goods.
Every lady in the land has a taste tor
ucamniu wasu guuiu. j.uuuiu vu uui-ui
on display. Lots of stvles and patterns in
them. Choice of anj design only
12c a Yard.
Evervbody advertises how cheap they
can sell Sntines. but one can oiler genuine
Imported Satines at NINETEEN CENTS
A YARD. We have them in all late pat
terns, as well as black, white ami solul
blacks. Remember this eek
Only 19c a Yard.
250 bottles of Eastman's Florida Water,
another Great Bargain for you.
125 lame Bottles you have often paid 75c
for a bottle we sell "Monday at 33c.
125 small bottles. The usual price is 40c,
our price Monday
Here is something ever body is inter
ested in. A chance of this kind cannot
always be had. We have to clean the en
tire lot or could not make such an offer.
500 Helvetia cloth umbrellas Egyptian
fast black with gold caps Monday only
I AKES PLA.CE -
wccW au?..ig made to 'n-0.1,, Millinery
nUl ;Ulo present"" usical talent of
This is a new feature jnst recently added
and like all other lines with us is going
rapidly to the front. Every ladj' that has
so far seen our line expresses great sur
prise at the low prices we have In them
We carry all grades, fine, medium and
Special for for Tins Week.
25 Bov's Sockinctts, knee pant wilts,
trimmed handsomely, made of tho very
best material, suit as usually sold at $7.f)0..
Our prio 3 93. Other suits at S9. 'JO, $1.23
S1.C9 and l.sy which are great value.
Boys' lateen Scarfs at 5c
Boys' Jsilk Windsor Scarfs at 13c
Ladies' and Gents' Silk Windsor Scarfs
at 15, 25, 33 and 4&c.
At 10c a Yard.
We show a line of Everett Classic Ging
hams. You know the goods and know
them to be sold at 15c.
For 12jg a Yard.
Mentone Zephyr Ginghams, always sold
at 20 cents.
12c a Yard.
For a line of Brocaded Linen Clwmbrays
n pinks, pale blue, gray and brown.
1 Oc a, Yard.
Twenty-fie pieces Challie d Orient, the
latent fad in Domestic Challies. Other
grades at 5, i and s&c
The aboe cut represents our Ladies
fine Dongola shoes in opera and common
sense all widths, guaranteed.
Infant's Dongola shoes 80c
Child's sjpnng lhijd Uio 4gc.
Misses' Spring Heel shoes 00c.
Ladies' Kid Shoes 9c.
Ladies' Dongola hIhh'i- 130c.
Men's and Boy's shoes, all grades, at
equally low pnets.
$5.00 FOR $2.98
25 all silk black C'hantilla Laco Capes
with silk rihbons such as can only bo
offt reld t Isw here at $.VXi.
100 dozen Ladies' Lisle Tlirend f-40
gauge) stripes extra length worth 50c;
Special drive thi -week ."0 dozen ladien'
vests in pmk and blue, good ttiue M 'JSc.
A GREAT DRIVE
Bear in mind lit rjiwility n you hare
often bought the rIo of u- and wiw wpll
Ilt-sl a our regular 1 00 xUn thHt ut
pui on sal
A T OVr.
dl!5 ;t bu Tu Thu
B.ds will Ikj receivel at the oflicv of the (
county clerk of Sedgwick count. Kansas,
up to noon of Wiilnestla. April , ispo, .
for furnishiug coal lor the use of Sedgwick
county for tho ensuing ear Bidders will
state price on the difierent kinds of soft
to.!', also on slack ami anthraute The
coji.mi.ssioners reserve the right to reject
n'i and all bids. s. DtKl.
ttin Pr Countj Clerk.
Look on Second Pa2;e for
Om Ad. v
M. B. COHN,
GLOBE, 418 Dowlas Ave
HOTEL ST. LttYBEXCE.
x si iii7-i iit,-c ii !.' vir 'ijcM rfn- I
tralv xaiil houso in t!witt new mna:emfnt '
j,r,l rpwlv fiirnKhrtl Tmrit-nT rat 1 nit.i i ,
jxrU il board . irni jj i0jrr wtk. rvu- hix!
buanl 4 ZJO so Js OJ pt r w cefc. Come and irj u
A. S. NEWSON. Proprietor.
RATE $2.50 PER DAY.
Cor. Treinont and Mechanic Streets.
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THERE YOU WILL ALWAYS UET SUITED IX PRICES AND QUALITY I THE BAItfJAIXS:
300 AleiLs Suits in all Colors. Frocks and Sacks, worth from 12.:0 to $20, your choitse for $9.75. Ckod Worsted
Sack and Frock Suits, woilli 10. at So. A pxx erery ciay sail, worm oT at co.
Oni . Vtio Ttiinls, ijiiit.- a 9S cenis
iiur S4.J Kiiee jianu- bmis ai s.j.
Our $3.0) knee pants, SHiio at $1..V,
Onr ig.oo knee panto tiit-. at $tt.2 .
schKl anl boys Hints- witK long:
pants, from $2.30 up. 300 pair Jte
pauts to bo slaughtered at Is and 23c.
o pair ooct neavy socks, ai :r.
A amocl 23c heavy sock, two pair for
rhiMrea's shirtwaists worth 33c at
Panry percale shirte -worth $1.50 at
Wfcite shirts, lanndrled, wortli 75c,
at 33 cats.
Balbnffaa shirt-? and drarew,
worth 50 at 25 CfHfc.
Red hantlkerchlafb wortli 10c, 3 fr
irei.sUtchHl handkrehJuf5 worth
23c, thr-e for a quarter.
130 doara Ifaww eolUr. wrU !
at 5 eenU".
S4hx tk ze tt Utr 25r
Plannel hirta wrik ?, r price ;
3is r.'Htli. m
for ceati. . . . j
200 dzH vMt O. K. sfctrto, U- j
dril, worth $1-30. our prt 41..
ISO down aaderwear, mwtk 8
rs o for 23. I
DrrWr hmtm irorik Ztm,frr $Ji
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tor vM d yisM(. rfh aatt ptic,
pritMg from 7r Ut T.
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PrA Pum ftr ifcv f- mmm hmM
tm&l xtrm awajr ntOl tnsy mW
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Order by mail pnmtstlj tlte4.
I. - RTerytkift? ifkf mm .drikmU
irardirarr. Stores. Window Glass
Leather and Jiubhrr Belting.
51S E. Douslas Ave. Wichita. Kaa.
One Price Clothiers. GOLDEN EAGLE !
0r Donate and Lawrence Avt.
I. Gram & Ca Prop.