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The daily eagle. [volume] (Wichita, Kan.) 1884-1884, May 25, 1884, Image 4

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M. V. MUROOCK ic BROTHER, Proprietor.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
The following table piles tlie arrival anil de
parture of trains at 'Wichita.
ATCIUSOX, TOPEKA & SANTA FK.
GOING SOUTH.
AK1IIVK. L.AVJ..
Kxprt-bS l:l A. M. I j:ircs..iu:3. A. M.
Wichita Kx.!i. OOP. M. I .
GOING NOKTII.
Aiiuir .
Kansas City Express
Expresn . 5:311. M.
Ac.Frcight ll:XiA. M.
jtuns uaiiv.
All others ilally except Sunday,
ST. LOUIS & SAN FKAXC1SCO.
Hall train from St. Louis arrives at C 00 p. m. ;
leases for the, north at 0:O5 p.m.; 3IaiI train
leaves for the cast at J:.Vi a.m.
WICHITA A WKSTKKN.
Accommodation leaves the Union depot for
Cheney at 10: a. in.; Freight dci-ot at at 11:0U
a.m. Ketnrning, Ieaes Cheney at 3.10 p. m.,
arriving- at Union ieot at 5:00 maUng connec
tion for Kansas City with the regular passenger
fronithesouth.
hT. LOUIS, Ff. SCOUT A WICHITA
J.t.AVJ-".
Ex. & Mall 9.00 a. m.
Freight.. ..10 00 a.m.
Ac. Freight J.0J p. in-
Ac. Frcieht.
:10 a.m.
Ex. & .Mall.-ori-ip. in.
ireignt.
8:rp. m.
L o u g-drawn-o n I swoetiicss t li c
"Union Spy."
Don't forget the focial ball atGod
dard on next Tuesday evening.
The sanitary condition of the city
was never better than at the present
time.
Mr. Cathcrwood shipped CG head of
fat cattle over the 'Frisco to St Louis
yetcrday.
A large number of private dwellings
arc now being erected at various
points in the city.
A new gas lamp va yesterday put
up on the corner of Douglas avcuue
and Market street.
There arc several veiy filthy alleys
about the city that need looking after
before hot weather sets in.
Quite extensive preparations are
being made for the decoration of the
soldicrfe' graves on next Friday.
The Wichita, Mcl'hcrson & Denver
railroad company have secured the
right of way through Union township.
Our money loaners -ay that there i
considcrable money being borrow ed
at present, but it is mostly on short
time.
The G. A. If. will please lenicmber
that they arc requested to attend the
the Presbyterian church this morning I
at 10:30. All comrades are urged
to turn out. I
We understand that all business j
house will cJoc for a few honr.s on
ST
LKAV i..
...7:i?l A. M.
van l M
12:201. M.
next Friday. -o as loallordthcirem- j)ried by the lalented actors, C. G.
ployes an opportunity to participate Craig, Win. Ycr.incc and a company
in the decoration exercises. of limt-class artists. MNs Thompson's
George WncholT running a black- reputation is too well established to
smith shop at Clearwater. Geoige need a lengthy introduction to our
formerlv run the shop on the comer citizens. i :in Hie large cities she has
of nought-, aud Emporia avenue-, in I visited the pre--, and public are unan
tluVoitv, now occupied by Mount, is '"" saying that she is a truly
T-ivlor great aclro-s. The play ot "Jane
. i E re" is full of -t rung emotional act-
Our theatre goers should bear in .; , , , rcol,,c,iv iu it. Mis,
, . rl t i. flM ..V l.iwi I C
iiiiiitimiiuiinriiHic ,W.1S ,u,
Eyre is one ot the lines! emotional
dramas on the stage at the present
time, and make preparations to see her
on thc2D!h.
Thc little three-year-old daughter of; this talented lady.
Mr. Bowls, who lives on Wichita The "Union Spy" was again pre
strcet near Central avenue, died Fri- j M.t(.,i :lt (he opera house hist evening
day and was inleued je-tcida, (he j (o!l . audience. It was thu origi
funcral occurring from the M. E. , ;il intention to play it hut three
church at 3 o'clock. j :iirhKhul the managers thought they
Alfred ike-ley is having a very
handsome
monument made for his
wife's Tiive. It isr a
mott'd blue '
Italian granite, very tastefully en
graved, aud will be a beautiful mon
ument to her memory.
Mr. D. L. Green, during his late
his late ,
visit to the lead aud zinc mines in the ,,,5, f0m ,h;H ri,y As (Iie traIll
vicinity of Pittsburg, Kansas, seemed f n.(i. appnr.uhing the bridge across
some beautiful specimens of zinc ores. (,,car Cm,jCj u )0S i.0jcc casing (he
blackjacks and lead, which he divided . lnu.ki: 0f0c of the cars to jump the
with us and for which he will accept (t.,ck i,-. mil, the engineer, rcaliz
our thanks. jn. jjie imminent danger to train
, i-.ji.i .1 1.. 1.
A stranger cannot pas
Ill) D01lrl'lS
avenue without noticing with some
wonderment the many and large bus
iness houses now in course of con
struction on that thoioughfare. Evi
dences of prosperity and rapid
Towth are to be seen in every dircc
tion. Our local politicians, arc beginning
to sret excited over the probable ae-
tion of the Chicago con vein ion. l.vci and sonic ot the truclcs were Daitiy 1 Bnc iws jr0ne to far too retrace her
one seems to think they know just hiokcn up. On reaching a place of ,(,,,,5.
who the coming man is, but the action safety, the trucks were fixed up as
or a political convention is mighty hot the circumstances would admit, It is cpectc 1 that the Wichita &
"onsartin.'' , and the train reached' here about two ! Western load will be completed to
hours behind time Kinirinan and turned over by the con
Mr. B. L. Bear, who for years has , ' tractors by the 10th of .Tunc. Should
been iu the drug business in this city. 1 Thos. Kelley, Thos. .Jones and Win. I ,i.:5 i, thec-ise our Pxnrcs line will at
. . . .. i-.
has gone to Clearwater, where he will j l-till. charged with being intoxicated. '
engage in the panic business. "Mr. H. i were arraigned in the police court I
is a first-class business man. and we ' yesterday. They pleaded guilty, and ,
hope hi residence in Cleai water niiljwcre each lined $3 and costs, which
prove both pleasant and profitable. Kelley and .Tones paid, but l-Mill. not '
Dr. Deau'a horse, which was at-
. , i- i i 4-..:..i.j.,..
lacllCU lO a eingic uugj; , j;ul uiyiiii;ii- t
cd vestcrdav afternoon at about live
o'clock, and ran oil', taking a straight
shoot north on Main street, lortun
ately no one was injured, but the .
buggy was badly demoralized, anil
now lies a wreck on the street near
the count v oll'ice-s.
, . . , ,
Messrs. Kimmcil" V Adams are mak-
ing a very line and elaborate monu- Last Friday. Mr. O. Mulvcy com- Hoberl,,acks ,iri,prietor of theStar
incut forMr. A..1. 1'.rown, ofXewton. plelcd the survey ot the town ot Hat- (,'Ltiiiuir Hn-e. i, the pioti-f r cloth
It is made of white Italian marble, tield. which is on the line of the ier if the Vallcv 1-tf
elegantly designed, and beautifully Wichita, Mel'hci son Ar Denver road. CUE.NMKHY HriTKlt,
carved. It will be placed over the in Union town-hip. He says the tow n -c ,,er pound, it IVckiiaiu .V- Heller's, s-tt
gravcofMr.ltrown's four children, is improviiiL'. and bids fair to become " Mel?TaaT borcSThIor tha
who arc buried iu the Newton ccme- quite a business center. the lowest at the Star Clothing Hoii-e.
tery.
lleury Hudson, ot Park township. jut returned fro-n Harper that all is
drove into the city vesterday, a very excitement in that vicinity, and that
fine Norman colt. It stands seventeen Anthony and Harper are struggling
and one-half bauds high, and though i and wire-pulling to sec who will get
in thin flesh, weighs between four-' the Fort Scott road. Yesterday the
tceu anil fifteen hundred pounds, and , general manager and chief engineer of
is not yet three years old. Mr. Hud- the road were in Harper, in consulta
tion is very proud of this blooded tion with the prominent men, but the
rnuine and well he mav be. "We result of the conference is not known.
doubt if there is a belter three year-.
CHURCH NOTES.
ttcv. J. 1. Hewitt will occupy the
pulpit of the Presbyterian church this
morning at 11 o'clock, and at 8 o'clock
this evening. Sunday school at 10 a
m.
The services at the First Baptist
church this morning will begin at 11
o'clock, and will be conducted by the
pastor, Rev. W. F. Harper. They will
be especially devoted to the little
folks, the children furnishing the mu
sic. The church has been tastefully
and appropriately decorated for the
occasion. Sunday school at 2:30, and
regular services, at 8 o'clock in the
evening. The public, particularly the
children, are cordially invited to at
tend. Hegular .services of the M. E. church
will beheld in the rink. Preaching by
the pastor, Uev. D. W. Phillips at 10:15
a m. audat8 p. in. Sunday school at
2:30 p. in. The subject of the morn
ing discourse will be, "The Lord reign
eth : let the poople tremble ; hesitteth
between the cherubims ; let the earth
be moved."
Kcv. T. W. Woodrow, (Universalist)
will preach at Kussell Hall this
evening, at 7:30 Subject, "By
Ihcir I-riuts ye Shall Know Them."
The public cordially invited.
The services at the Presbvterian
church this morning at 10:30, will be
devoted to the members of the G. A.
It., and it is desired that they turn out
in a body. Those having uniforms arc
urged to wear I hem.
' Services as usual at the otherchurch
es of the city.
VERY ENCOURAGING.
So very busy have all connected
with the daily been for the past wcek
in meeting their allotments and ad
justing themselves to their new sur
roundings, that no cilbrt has been
made by even our regular canvasser to
reach oniidc towns. Our own citv
has not even been thoroughly can-:
vaed for subscribers. But, notwith
standing, a subscription list of forty
was received from the city of Harper
yesterday ,a list of fourteen from God
dard, and a list of ten from Leon. A
city of 2,000 inhabitants in which can
be found forty voluntary subscrib
ers to a daily not . a week old and
I hardly on its feet, has a future, be
cause sleepy business men arc not
around doing such enterprising
t hings. Wc hope to become better ac
quainted with the people of Harper.
A FINE ACTRESS.
We take pleasure iu announc
ing to our theatre-goers that on the
29th inst. one of America's foremost
actrrs-cs. Mis Charlotte Thompson
will appear iu her great creation,
"Jane Evre."' ThUl.idvis ablv sun-
Thompson ha-, he.onie m identified
with ".lane K re'' that they arc both
puki-u of in the same voice. It is to
be hoped our citizens will till the
house to its nt mo. t capacity to wel-
f some mouex in it, o put
it on
mo uoanis ior nn- ioiiiui nine.
OFF THE TRACK.
The incoming "train from Cheney
las! evening, on the Wichita & West
ern road, tame near meeting with a
, vcrv cr;ous ;u.cj(i ,. about nineteen
JKIS.SC11JI'I, 1 iiimii-u HUM 11 Ull..ll?,
aim aiioweu ms engine 10 proceeii
onto the bridge, the trucks of one or
two of the cais Icing entirely on" the
rail, and nearly oil the ends of the
lie?. Had the train at once been
checked, undoubtedly coaches and
pasengcfs would have been hurled
into the creek forlv feet below. As
it was the coaches were drawn across
ju eafetv. though the tics and track
1 . . . ,.
having the requisite cash, was com
mitted. City Engineer Bailey, is now engag-
, C(i n nuikin-: . large and comprelieii-
sivc map of the city of Wichita,
which, a boon as finished, will be
iiWiographcd. It will give all the
block, streets, alley, boundaries,
etc.. of Wichita, and will be verv val-
liable, cspeciallv to business men.
Wc learn from a gentleman who ha
Our informant gives it a his opinion
PERSONAL MENTION.
O. II. Bentlcy returned last evening
from a flying business trip to Kansas
City.
Mrs. Bcuilv and her mother, Mrs.
Harris, have gone to Chicago to spend
a portion of the summer with Mrs. J.
V. Moore.
Mr. S. Glover, a prominent capital
ist of Delaware, Ohio, is in the city,
and possibly may locate here.
John J. Shields, a young business
man of mean from Stilesvillc, Ind.,
arrived in the city a few das since on
a prospecting tour. He was so pleased
with the business outlook of Wichita
that he has purchased property and
will locate here.
J. B. Arthur, ot this city, was out
west yesterday. He thinks that our
prospect for another harvest was nev
cr better.
Mr. II. Jiev nolds and J. A. Kevins,
of Adams county, ill ., are in the city,
and think of purchasing a farm in the
valley.
Mr. LceKendlc, brother oi II. W.
Kcndle, and a prominent business man
of Bipley, Ohio, came iu yesterday.
He was never West before, but he had
grown tired of eating and breathing
Ohio river fog, and comes to this val
ley with a view of locating.
M. A. Mycr, father of Myer Bros ,
the painters, returned to his home in
Decatur, 111., yesterday, after complet
ing a tine job of frescoing for Mr.
Innes. This firm have also done some
very tine "mining for that gentleman.
J. M. Lee, Ft Scott; II. Cook, Stim
meriield, 11!.; Win. Jewitt, Clay Cen
ter and Peter Mulvauy, Chencv , were
among the arrivals at the Occidental
yesterday.
Atloinev II. G. Huggles returned
yesterday from a business tiip to
Harper.
I). II. Sloncr returned vestcrday
from Emporia, where he attended the
commencement exercises of the high
school, which he pronounces very
fine.
Sonic one dropped a $.Vgold piece
in the crack of the sidewalk on the
corner of Maine and Douglas lat
evening, and in less than ten minutes
twenty men and fourteen boys were
on hand anxious to participate in fish
ing up the lost coin. After removing
about a dozen planks their labors were
rewarded In (hiding a ten cent piece.
Mr. A.N. Dcming of this city has
formed a partnership with Mr. Crilcy,
proprietor of the leading hotel in
Carthage, Mo., and together have
icntcd the new hotel at Fort Scott,
which will probably be run under the
supervision of the former. These are
both old hotel men, Mr. Criley for a
long time having had charge of the
Hotel Coolidge at Emporia, where he
made,, an enviable reputation. Fort
Sent I people have e cry ica&ou to con
gratulate themselves thit their new
and commodious hotel has fallen into
so good hands.
Biisine-s was very quiet jestcrday,
coiisideiing il was Satuiday. This
w:i-ptobably owing to the fact that
farmers sue now' too busy with their
ernp to come to town.
GOING ASTRAY.
A young lady giving her name as
Birdie Willis, sought and secured
lodging nl one of our leading hotels
Thursday evening, under such cir
ctuustanccs as to rai-e a suspicion as
to whom and what she was. Upon
being questioned she told the landlord
that she was an orphan, and that the
gentleman necompaming her was her
hrotlter, and that she was but four
ti en years old. The hotel man fearing
all was not right, placed her in the
room with the chambermaid. Later
in the evening she told her roommate
that the man with her had brought
her from El Dorado, aud pronii-cd to
niHtry her. She then went out on the
street to find her intended, but her
dress was of such a nature u$ to at
tract attention, and she was taken iu
charge by the marshal and lodged iu
the calaboose.. Friday morning she
was arraigned iu the police court,
but no charge being preferred, was
discharged. The officers afterward
learned that she Jiad been placed on
the reform (arm, at El Dorado, but
had gotten away and come to this city.
She was put aboard the El Dorado
train by the otlicers Friday night, and
advised lo return. She is rather a
young and comely girl, not overly in
telligent, and if she has any friends it
' IS luuu uui iu mui .1114 iitt, utiuiu
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once lie established to that place.
Messrs. Dill, & Sodcrstrom are doing
a big business iu the way of manu
facturing the popular combination
wire and picket fence. Their trade
was so enlarged that they are now
thinking of getting into more commo-
diou quarter
A large lot of butter from Cheney
va shipped to Pueblo yesterday by I
our cprcs company.
A good drutr business for sale. For
particulars enquire of Innc & Ross.
5-tf
1-tf
Mr. X. I., i'eck has purchased the
interest of Mr. Brokaw in the Arkau-s-asliivcr
LtunlitT Company, intend:
to continue the business and d(sire
to meet old friend- and customers.
1-tf
Xcw potatoes, first of the season, at
l'oliock & Pcarce'?. -
Go to the Candy factory for fresh
! candy, aud pure Ice Grcam.
Hacker As Jackson have made ar-t
rangcmcnt3 with the Fort Scott Flag
Stone Co. tq handle their flagging.
We arc now prepared to give prices on
all kinds of sidewalks and residence
walks in the city. All work warrant
ed to give satisfaction, in the gray or
blue stone. Hackeh Ss Jackson,
5-tf Contractors.
An' intelligent Eastern lady desires
immediate employment; is a good
housekeeper, tcachpr and musician, or
would give her services to party going
wet, in exchange for fare. Best ref
erences. Address Mrs. Phillips, Wichi
ta P. O. 5-2t
PASTURE.
I have 240 acres of pasture, two and
one-half miles from the city, all well
fenced, plenty of good water. Cattle
pastured at Co cents per month.
tf E. P. Foud.
Where is that Cheap Cash Store?
One door west of Citizens' Bank, on
Douglas avenue. 1-tf
Go to A. 11. Gore for pure ice cream
and Peruvian beer the best in the
world. - 4-tf
Scavenger.
1 desire to notify the public that I
am prepared to dig or clean privy
vaults aud cess pools on short uotiec.
Mail orders to A. B. Buruham 1-8
For a fiiic-llivored and delicious eollec,
try I'ecUham & Heller's fresh roasted Gol
den Hio. 3-4t
For a strong, ricli coffee try our fresh
roatcd pcaberry. Pf.ckiiasi A: Hellku.
3-4t
Great big lat inackeral, at
3-lt 1'ECKIIAM & IlETI.KR'8.
Xew and pure maple sugar, at
3-lt Peck ham & Hellers.
Wanted A first-class baker, with
good references. None others need
apply, at the Santa Fe Bakery. 5-1 w
Ileniember, the only grocery house in the
city kawng a trade requiring three delivery
wagous to get goods promptly to their cus
tomers, is I'eckiiam & Heller's.
3-4t
We sell teas ou a closer margin than any
t ue in the city. Try them.
3.4t Peckham & Hellku.
Grcifl'enstein's seventh addition is
booming. Chris. Pcarce is the agent
for this property, and will show the
property at any time ; he has also
some desirable acre lots in Grciileu
steiu's southeast and noitheast sub
division, which i selling at low prices
and casv terms.
2-lw.
We advertise no goodi below or at cost,
but stive a uniform low prico on all. No
catch-penny tricks to catch and humbug
trade, but straight-forwaid legitimate biis-
illCSS. I'ECKIIAM & IlKLLEK,
3-lt Main street Grocers.
Go to the Cheap Cash Store, Doug
las avenue, one door west of Citizens'
Br 'k, loranobbv suit and low price.
1-tt T. W. Covr.iiDALi:.
CKKAMERY HUTTKIt,
2."ic per pound all'ecMiam & HcllerV. 3-U
Our coffee is kept in patent air-tight bins
and is nhvavs frch ind puio llavoied.
3-lt; I'ECKIIAM & IlELLEK.
Hats, Caps and gents' furnishing
goods at the Star Clothing House,
sign of the big stir. 1-tf
Dje works. Hats and dothinga special
ty. I)reses cleaned or dj ed without rip
ping. f3 Main -tree!. U
For Ice Cream, made from pure
cream, go to Kloos' I'ailors. City
Bakery, Main street.
1-lw
ci:i:.vju:y iuiTTi:it,
iTc per pounil, at l'ecklnin & Heller's. ::5t
For Ice Cream. nruSe from juire
cream, go to Kloos' Parlor. City
Biikcn , Main street. 1-lw
KOGIIltS,
The riiotoBrnpher llcturcsln all Mzt. au.t
stvlei. He also carries the llnest aurtnient
of nktun frames in the city Give him a
friendly call ami examine shmiiks. d-2-tf i
ir vonaiepotntoliuya Walcli, f Iiiii, I'Ntol,
Mimical In '"N. n N. strument, 1
hiaiaonili f V. I'm, Mecve .
Uuttons.JA II JKIng.nalrli .
(Ji.iin, r,a X Kainfact, any i
IhlnK.ituill lav you to
zo and Me BB TUs'l.tlie
I'awnhrok- cr, fnrirhej
lias an thing you want vo't can " money hy
htijiiis or him. Two doors est or Ircmont
Houe, net to Moderlnwler's laii'l filllcc, 41 I
IMwglaiuvcnup, Wichita, Kantps 1-tf j
FURNITURE,
JEWELRY, ETC.
DougIa Avenue. - Wichita. Kansas.
FOR BOARD AND LODGING
GrO TO
J. N. Killion's Restaurant, i
On WatT treet. one ilcor north of Donglas
Avenue, i'i Hi" Wernor hnililinK- tf
J. F. STAFFORD,
t
DE.W.Ki: IN'
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Huntm: outfits rcntid on reasonable termj.
CORNER lIRbT iv MAIN. WICHI 1 A. KANSAS.
tf.
.A.. SMITH,
Contactor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
I'e-iilnp on Law reiice AvcauD, near Ct ulral
Avenue IVst-Oflire lio Kit tf
J. E. RIUBMOND,
Wagon and Carriage Maker.
DOK4M.L Kt.NOs Or UKl'MUtMI
Li?ht Wort, a Sicialty
With Klmn A. Col. Market trcft. j-ath or
I)on,;ls avenue, W lcli'ta, Kann. If
Smvthe & Hahn,
Contractors & Builders.
Hani jme nnl-h a rrcisl!j
SHOP South End 4th Avenue.
Ofliec Pallia's Lumber Yard.
Im
BOCK & "W3LI.S.
UNION MEAT MARKET!
i
Kjv-h late fi-h cac-tsntlj- on haoil Kamilr
onliTsasjwcUltT- 1-Jt
ISRAEL BROS.
Druggists and Grocers.
first block west or tkejioxt house.
New York Store!
With our enlarged facilities for showing
goods, we are better prepared than ever
to wait upon the multitude who patronize
M. KOHN & CO.
19 Main St. MUNSOITS. 19 Main St.
Large lines of goods have arrived
posed of in the next few weeks or it will
In order to dispose of them in that
will make them go rapidly.
Wo have decided to do it.
The surplus goods in every department will be included.
This is an opportunity which .hould be taken advantage cf quickly.
We cordially invite all to come and make a tour of careful inspection.
It will be lull of interest to prudent buyers.
Wc cater to no particular class, but welcome all and provide for all, and
OISTE ZrP.RECE TO-IaH
19 Main St. MUNS0NS. 19 Main St.
CHEAP CASH STORE
An immenie large tlocV of
Boots, Shoes and Clothing
Just opened out in the nice, new, light torc room on Douglas Arenuc, one door wot
or Citizens' UanV.
BIG STOCK OF .
MEN'S. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS
MARKED 0JT IK PLAIN KKiL'ItEiJ WAV DOWN
At Hard-Pan Prices.
READ AND REFECT! :
A GOOD ALL WOOL SUIT MADE SPLENDID FOB 87.50. !
Boots and Srioes
Wiil be oId at Mtonbbio? low Smr. Vita. csii and e rer stock and jirltr-. !:
aicnsber the place, one door wetof tlzn Bint.
YOtiltS YEUY KESPKCTFDLLY,
T. W. COVERDALE.
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this week, which will need to be din-
be too late to sell them this season.
time wc must put prices on them that (
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Woman's
Fashion's
Found
nnes &
N; X. T. P. 0,
New and Beautiful Embroideries!
Junt Jteccited
' Lovely Designs iu Swiss Flounces !
In Thixe Widths.
" Matched Embroideries ! "
Swiss, Xainsoolr A Hamburg.
Lace Epaulettes for Ladies, Misses & Children!
Oriental, Egyptian A Pompadour.
Beautiful DcsUms in
All Over Lace Nets. All Over Swiss. All Over Hamburgs.
Ladies', JUucs C- Children's
, ' ' Neckwear ! Neckwear ! J T
Li Jlcwiltlcring Variety.
1,000- Paralsols! Parasols! -1,000
5c. to
In Silk, Satin, Radzimir, etc., Plain, Embroidered & Lace-covored
CHEAP CHEAPlUi VUEAVXST
Silks. Silks! Silks!
ft will fy y" to ''"' y,r hilks ,,r - 'c wil1 r.'ive 'ou !l ,,!,r:a511'
A Beautiful Selection of
Cambrics, Lawns, Zephyrs & Organdies!
Pays to Trahe
IN NES
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CITY OJEZjttT&3I S33IOI3-
BLOSS ct MELV1N,
Manufacturer of
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring "Wagons.
Repairing, Shooing and Plow Work Promptly Attondod To.
Smth Main Strwt, next In Cooper' Mahle
l .JOHN V. .MOITHTT,
(ansae Furniture House
-WIlOUisAI.K
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
rcjrCome and examine our goods and prirj- before purchaxing tli
vvhere, and be conviiii ed that we mean biinhicps.
This is Simply to Remind you that at
Lawrence's Drag Store
YOU CAN ALWAYS PROCURE
I'lJKi: DHUGS ANI MKDK'IXIS. 1'AINTH. OHJS ANI WINDOW
r;i.A55, autist'S mateihai and toii.ct akticlks.
Pure Wines and Licjuors which will be sold
in strict accordance with law.
La vv jence's
88 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas.
MAJOR BROS. & HOLIIDA?
Staple and Fancy (iroccries,
103 DOXJOLAS AVENUE.
THE BRU1TSWICK.
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5. Till Dtg!avarecr,
METROPOLITAN
CLOTHING HOUSE!
I am stHJ la ihc rSs. Omc ami c nw al the oM stand, corutr of Mariel
stud DonIw TratiC
M. M. FECHHEIMER
Gossip!
Koibles
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$15.
thnkr the Horseshoe.
& ROSS.
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TABfXS IN TIIK CITY
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