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Cass Iturrio, a real estate man well, was in the city yesterday. of Cald- The district court is still on the Xelson divorce cac. grinding away A new lamp was put upon 3Iain street, in front of Odd Fellows' ball yesterday. A heavy train ofmatciial went out on the extension or the Wichita & "Western yesterday The railroad is now completed to King man, and the side track were being built yesterday and to-day. Mr. Levy and wile departed on lastcven ing'o train for Kansas City, where they go to bear Miss XHUon aud the ramous Thomas chorus. Tbc case of Eliza J. Williams s. the At chison, Topeka & Santa Fc road, was dis jnlssed as per stipulations In the district court jestcrday. Mr. John Charlton, formerly of this city, but now engaged in buying wool ior a Bos ton firm, is in the city, combining business with pleasure. Iu our notice of the Baptist entertain ment yesterday, we credited Mrs. W. G. Noble with a song. It should have been Mrs. W. G. Hobbs. Anyone having a fiist-das mosquito net for the bead, one that they can thoroughly recommend, will probably lind a purchaser by calling upon O. D. Barnes. Elaborate arrangements have been com Dieted for tho Methodist festival at the link this evening, and those who remain away will miss a pleasant time. We arc pleased to learn that the gross re ceipt of the entertainment at the Baptist church Wednesday evening were upwards of S.VJ, and that the society cleared over Mr. J. O. Davidson has purchased the llrokavv property, on the corner of Law rence avenue and Oak street, which is de lightfully situated with south and cast ronts. Newton. Mr John Itced, who lias Urge business interests in the cast, is j in the west limiting up a de sirable business location for his two sons who propose lauuehing out lor themselves-. He is very much pleased with Sedgwick county in general aud Wichita in particu lar, and it is mor than probable that be J will invest In property In this city. He says that there arc a nuniucr oi uh menus iu Pennsylvania who arc seriously talking or coming to Kansa, two or three of them ha ing already made i arrangements to this end. The people of bi state ate closely watcJing tho workings of the prohibitoiy law here, and are laagclyin sjmpathy with it. Mr. Iteed will correspond with several of his friends relative to tbc outlook iu this state, and we reel quite confidents his let ters will be or a complimentary character, as he is greatly impressed with the future of Kansas. MRS. RUSSELL'S BENEFIT. . The complimentary benefit which will be tendered to Mrs. C. Kuscll, at the opera bouse next Tuesday evening, by Wichita Lodge No OS, I. 0. O. F. promises to be an event of no little interest. Atthat time will be presented J. Ba'dn in Buciitone's cty beautiful three act comedy, entitled '-Leap Year or the Ladies' l'ri Urge." This is a very captivating comedy, abounding iu novel and grotesque situations, and as it has been iu course or rchcr.il for some time, we feel contident that the entertain ment will be well worth attending. The following is the cast ot chaiacterp. Sir. Solomon Solus A. A. Glenn. Capt. Mouscr G. II. llerrington. Mr. Dimple J. M. Allen Walker.... Wm. Glenn. Joseph C. 15. v llson. Johnl'hong B, S. Garrison. Diggs Judge '. BJcwtt Mrs. Flowcrden Mis. W. 1. Stem.. MiasO'Lcary Mrs. Dr. C. C. Furley MissDcsperatc Mrs. J. 1". McMiilen. Mrs. Crisp' Mrs. 31. Stewart. buean .vius jscho .vioss. Betty - .Miss Laura Woodcock. The box sheet will be opened at the post ollicc book store this morning, and reserved scats may be had without extra charge. Parties who have selected seats will confer a favor by calling and having their tickets checked. STOCK SUBSCRIBED. Charley Dedrick, and Wallace's engine, the "Eclipse," was run by Engineer Crosby. These machines .are remarkable pieces of mechanism in their way. We suppoe it would require an expert ma chiuest lo tell which is the better of the two. They run forward and back and turn with huih rapidity and precision that one can almost imagine they are possessed of life. The engineers seem to control them a easily as one can move his own hand tliey seemingly only will, and it is done. Soon the traction engine will be steaming over the prairies with threshing machines and thresh and clean the golden wheat, which before many weeks will be harv ested. NEW DRUG FIRM. Ifobert Jacks, proprietor of the Star Clothing House, is the pioneer cloth ier of the Valley- 1-tf Go to the Cheap Cash Store. Doug las avcuue, one door west of Citizens' Bank, lor anobbv suit antl low price. 1-tf "T. W. COVERDALE. PASTORE. Mr. T. 1. Douglas, an old and experi enced druggist, lately from Marshall, Mo., has purchased a half interest in the drug busjuessor W. 31. Swentzell, at No. l." 3Iain street, or what is known as the Central Drug Store, and in future the business will be conducted under the firm name of Swentzell & Douglass. These gentlemen are both experienced druggist, having fol lowed this branch of trade for years, and the public can have every confidence iu their ability and carefulness iu compounding prescriptions or putting up medicines oi whatever kind. Their stock is new and fiist-class, and as they are each strangers in the city, we hope our readers will call and sec them, and give them a share of their patronage. I have 240 acres of pasture, two and one-half miles from the city, all well fenced, plenty of good water. Cattle pastured at C5 cents per month. tf E. P. Fobd. Every farmer wants the Esterly Binder. For sale bv Parkinson & Glunt. " 13-lw ON EARTH H, 7 Cheat- Cheat fcr fCheat & With the Biggest Stock of Parkinson & Glunt arc having a fine trade on the Esterly Binder, which is admitted by' all to be the bosB. Call aud examine. 13-lw ORGANS TO RENT -W IB. MEAD Or Address Look Box 83, Wichita Kansas. Probate Judge Jcvvclt says there will be no business done iu his court uniil after Blaine's nomination. Just at present it lookna irthe judge might be idle for some time. The Golden Utile store have on their counters 2,ri00 j ards or lawn at five cents avard. Good clothe, pretty patterns aud i.T-t colors. These good. are offered at v reasonable profit. The following figures will sbovv the re ct'ipts and disbursements of the county treasurer'- ofhee up to the hour of i losing jdteiday: Bcieipts, $.,K).'5.4rf : disburse ments, 1'20.0. The funeral of ihe infant daughter of Mr.andMrs. S. K. Wallace, wholivcop polite the A. 31. II church, took place yes tenl.iy morning at 10 o'clock from the resi di'iuc, and was attended by relative and friends. Kiom a circular before us we learn that Oklahoma colonl-ts, and all others desirous of settling in that count! y. are to have a inciting at Ilutincwcll on June Kith, for the purpose of nuking a concerted move to that land. A number of ladies were quite badly dis ippointed vcstcnlay on going to the stole oi 31. IColin .t Co. in the afternoon to pur hac some of thuir low priced livvn-, to find that they had all been sold early in the morning. There is considerable wheat now being hauled into the city in wagons and sold to the mills. The (armors are now satisfied that they are going to have an abundant hai vest and are getting rid of the old crop and getting the bins ready lor the new wheat. The plan ol keeping a part of the grain crops on hand uutil a new one is as sured, is a good one. There is considerable com held by our farmers that will not leave the cribs until the new crop of com is past danger fiom aliy source. Emb roidenes Ever Offered by any House in the West 23,000 Yds! Wheat! IN THE Wh! - ?w WtiMt! $MV iy,w Jrt$But there is no cheat nor chaft'm Me j iBk BarffaiTM17 W ATTIIK AT No complaint oi c.,esi-ivo assessment weie made to the county commissioners yesterday, hence their meeting was void of particular intciesl. To-day they will listen to complaints fiom people of Morton, Alton, Krie, Viola, Ohio and Ninneseah townships. 1". H. Ma-sey, formerly sheriff of this county, vv ho now rcides in Kingman coun ty, hj in the city yesterday. Many or his old Mends iu this county will be glad to leant that Mr. Masscy has been successful in bis new home, ami now has a farm worth six thousand dollars. W. 1.. McUec, the popular abstractor, came down street jestcrday afternoon with a gait and look that betokened unusual in terest in the future president of the United State, not In him who is to be nominated to-day at Chicago, but a bright and lively little chap who made a first bow to his na tive land just after dinner. The old soldicis, under the auspices of Garfield l'ost, will have a basket picnic on the lih of July, in some grove convenient to the city. All comrades and tlicir friends aio invited to participate. In the evcnlug a ball will be given at the opera house, tbc proceeds to be applied to the relict fund of the l'ost. Full particulars will be given as the day approaches. Mr. Ulon S. llutchhis, of Kingman, who The following orders have been made by me noaru oi county commissioners oincug- i wick county, and furnished under seal of tlio clerk: For the county clerk to make subscription to stock of the Wichita, Mcl'hcrson'.t Den ver railroad coinp.mv'a stock, according to law, in the sum or$10,00i),fbr Delano town ship, aud iu accordance with the proposi tions set forth ami voted upou iu the town ships of Greeley and Union. The trustees of Union and Greeley town ship are notified that the election expenses of both townships on the bond propositions submitted by tlie Wichita, Mcl'hereon A; Denver railroad company have been p!a.cd iu the hands of the county clerk by said railroad company. ANOTHER SCREAK.: Superintendent of instruction, II. It. Coleman informes us that the load to Kingman was finished nd the last side track put iu at that place on Wednesday. The new time t ib'.c is printed and itgular passenger trains will bo miming through on schedule time on and after Monday, but whether it will be the a. ii. or p. m. train we arc not informed Tim Um: spreads her wingsind gives a long and .otld scream of good will lor the blight city of ICing inin and her enterprising people. Nct Tucd ly the New York store will begin the s de of i",000 v ards of embroid ery at tho cxtteinel) low pricu of five cents per v aid. If t!ii"o goods meet with as icady sale as diil tlicir lawns-jestcrdav, it will stand even one in baud, who wants thatclas of goods, to call cm ly, or they will tiud that thev aie Justin time to by too late, and thereby miss ome excellent bar gains Their wubrolilciic's aus not old sholf vvoin goods, but aiejust Irom the cast, and ate only sold at this low figure at spec ial sale. Mr. A. C. Ithnads, formeily connected with the dry goods boii of Kobinsou Itroo., has accepted a position in tbc boot and shoe store of W. ?. Fierce, entering upon his new duties vosterd.iv. Mr. Uhoads i an energetic joung mm, and we wish him success iu his new field. . Wc arc pleased to learn thai Mr. Geoige Ulackwcldcr and family, of Wclliiigton,are coming to Wichita to reside. Mr. "11. is ?i prominent capitalist and teal estate man, and will be a line addition to our commer cial circles, while Mi-. IS, who bus just re turned from a viit to ft tends in Illinois, is a worthy and nicompH'icd lady, and will add much to ottr sociot elide. They will goto housekeeping in this city as soon as their dwelling, now in couisc ot erection, is completed. Wc itndrestaud that the amateur dtamat ic company of this city have made a piopo silioit to tho nun iji-r' ol tbu city library association to give an entertainment for the benefit and under the auspice- of the soci ety. Whether this proposition will be ac cepted wc do not know, but if it Is the -11111-tcut s w ill probably produce ' I.ady Audlcj 's Secret" at the skating link Saturday cveu- The Knights of Labor held a very enjoj able social in the court room last e veiling, which was numerously attended. A very able oration, suitable lo the time and oc casion was delivered by Dr ,aflcr which Frof. Arbllcklc sung in his acceptable way. 'Fortj Miles Away," which was received with much favor. The audience were aio highly entertained by a dialogue by the Misses Davidsons, after which a general oci.il was indulged in and greatly enjoved it to quite a lite hour. "ITTAXTKIJ A renter for S.si acres of grass TT tainl 111 section i, townships), 2 west. Also, tenants Tor - koou liouw-s in city. d-t' Wl II1TA I. vm Ji. I.o vn Co. Any person vviliinjr t iinploy a nurse ciin do m by applying at the rcsidenco ol Mi, tjolin on South .Main street. Mi:s. A. O Lakk. 15 to'2v For Sale. ii.-iii imnn nttpmllnir tbc commencement cx- ercicsol the state university at Lawrence, J '"" . and who was on the way homo yesterday, The mei chants on tho north sjile of Doug called. Ho had written a full accouut and las acml0 rrm rochhciiner'e to Mike.im sent it by tail, which, If there is room, j iUeiI "s corner set an example vcterd.ry vvill appear in this issue. Mr. Ii. is a grad- j WOrthy or Imitation by all other merchants ttatc or this institution, and is very proud 1 Ortho cilv. They Ii id the gutters iu front ol its rapid stride. II a. m. train. He left for home on the 0rtheir stores thoroughly clcaued. Mr. Muller vesterday filed with the regis ter or deeds a plat representing .1 supple mentary addition to Wichita, which em braces fiftv-two lots just north oT the union depot. LAND SLIDES. 11. W. Lawrence and wire will leave the city next Monday Tor llartsville, Massachu setts, to be gone three months. They vv ill go to Washington, from there to Frincctou college, where their sonUubcn Uastudent, and who will finish the coure in one more v car. After attending commencement ex ercises at Fiinceton, they will goto New Yolk, and form thero lo their old Massa chusetts home. There will be an important meeting of Mt. Olivet Commandcry o. 12, Knights ot Fythlas, tonight at their hall, at which time the installation or the following newly elected officers will take place: O. D. Barnes, K. C: J. II. Aley, G.; W. S. Cor bctt, C. .; J. F. Adams, Frclate; F. Koss, S. W.; Chas. II. Hunter, J. W. It is de sired that as many Sir Knights be present as possible. The wound received byEagan is rather a bad and ugly one, but not necessarily dan gerous unless inflammation sets iu. It was made with a largo ordinary butcher knife, aud is about one and a half inches deep, but reaches no vital point. Dr. McAdamB rendered such medical aid as necessary, and left the unfortunate man quite comfortable, though looking very pale fromlossof blood. 1 Tl a fMrttv,fir Tnwil C.f to A good one is told on the assessor or a strolcn. lots 37 at U iS on Lee certain township in this county, whose ' avcuue Tracy ii ltycrs' addition ,.,.,,..,nr nriinim- business, if not lpcrsl. is, to Clearwater U4M..U. V. .U.n , --0 , -- certainly unique and original. By him all The following real etate transfers weie recorded iu the" register of deed's oilice ve tcrdav : Isaac Cooley to Samuel Glover, 100 acres Iu" vv qr sec") t'i r 4 east .??,0H) Clltllie A Allen to D O Williams, lot i7 Chisholm street in Wichita . . 2i Chas E Mecch to V. K Ford, lot 70 on Kmporia av cnuc iu J.nglisb s addi tion lo AVichlta Geo J Thompson to C E Martin, e bf of the n w qr sec 31 1 29 r w est. E E Ford to Geo II Black welder, lot 70 on Emporia avenue in I.nqlUIi 1 addition J S Matkiu to L C Hamilton. lfiO sere in n e qr sec ,11 t '2S r 4 west A C Brokavv to J O David-on, lots So, 87 and t) ou TVjras avcuue in Wichita . A J Morelaud to 1) 11 Jones, to acres In g vv or sec 22 1 23 r 3 wet The Clearwater Town Co to II (J To Icr, lots 37 89 41 ami 43 on Kogers avenue in Clearwater 1 I The Cleauwatcr Town Co to M It Ad ams, Idt IS! on Jtoss avenue anu lot SS 40 42 41 40 4S7G7S and SO oil Gorin avenue and lots 10 aud 12 on Leo avenue all in Tracy is l!y crs' addition to Clearwater. . .. . a ii A .'oo(l frame house, one .viory lihjh and sixty feet lonjj, on Main ?trcet; south of Mr. Dorocy's .-tone building. Apply loL. Wright a( the place be tween 11 and 12 o'clock anv morning. M-lt CiO the Santa Vo bakerv for one of tho-o loaves of cream bteam baked bread, fie-h evcry-day.- 11-of Chris. Pearco lias iiied the pint of (Jieifleiis'eiti's 8th iidditiou, and is now ready to .-ell the same. I'artie coutoiupliiting building oitld ,see liini and secure some of this property. 13-lw O f CD 'v .. H X PI o r o m r 09 CD K Hals, Caps and gents' fin goods at ihe fcjlar Clothing sign of the big star. ni-hiiig llou-p, 1-tf SPECIAL BARGAIN. I oiler for s de for a lew d ivs .1 tract ol land within the city limit-, containing neatly live acre-or land. The finest tract of land for gai den purposes in the valley. For taitieut.iri inquire of Wm. Malliew- son ittr A good drug business for sale. For particul.ifR enquire of Inncs fc Ho. i-tf Men's and hoy Clothing lower than the lowest at the Star Clothing Hotie. 1-tf Go to A. II Gore for pure ice cream and Peruvian beer the be-t iu the vv orld. 4-tf - Hacker tc .lack&on have made ar rangements with the Fort Scott Flag Stone Co. to handle their flagging. We are uowprepaicd to give prices on till kinds of sidewalks and residence walks in the city. All work warrant ed to give satisfaction, in the gray or blue stone. IIacki:k & Jackson, o-t f Contractoi. P O a CD I 7 PI P PI (f H H PI O PI 2 O b: CO co : 0 , CD I -. I CO , & CD CO CD CD iS.c. Per I'm. Worth From 20c. to $1.00 Per Yard ! 'From 1 lo 100 yanh will be sold to all persons icantiwr JZmbroidery for their own use. Sale Tuesday Morning, June 10. Horse Slioe Store! .N'. X. T. P. O. Silksl Silks! If joawanlagood 1U k llk t SDCMta'taat l sold lctiilMlmitt.23Ki luthaSqiMio DollcK Store. If you wuttpmia black ltkat tl.oa Ihataroxild tiwJirtrlrgaln lur !. r1 to Innea X Kn. A nlgnlflcnt ltaeorCulatt and fc.nat Silks an.t tautlfid varUly of Sumntrr Silk at Innn A ItOM. Dress Goods! Dress Goods! Iteatttirul dfslfrn in nmrer Attn oo. IMaln au.l Hnvadnl Satii, .atln Illf r, lae try. Jery Cloth, lUaricttu, Kaailaad lli lUt iiovrlllrn. Sateens reduced from l 25 to 75c. Tricot reduced from $l ?5 to 90r. Jersey ralnerdfi'om "f-t-'.'.'o 85c Call and examine our Magnificent Line of Parasols! r Mew York: Store, M. KOHN & CO. Ail-Over Embroideries ,& Laces! Just Reeeieed. "It Pays to Trade at the Square-Deaiing Store." Dress-making Department Up-stairs. y-r'af c 'it ' .. J-A Kj JQf- C i Sriirts!" IWhite! I3Sr3STE!S Ssc BOSS. THE BOTTOM CLEAN OUT. We have juslXoinedtaiehiU 'tf t Mh', Splendid' colored!! pecae Shirts at i. v Undershirts! gANTA PB BAKERY. T F.STAttlsISHED 187'-'. Gauze ! Silk! Lisle ! ECKHARDT & SCOTT, Proprietors. No. 40 Main Street, Wichita, Kansas. WANTED Everylxxly to axainlB our whIU ualaumlrltsl hlrt. antce It to b tli lt In t til a btat an extra miulio aol !.5S II om, floulil (rout anu bark. "' z l V Iff 110 lWj I 1,100 ! :.ooo 2.:.oo 10 renters and children were not considered citizen, and were, of course, passed by. State of Kansas to Win Simpson, vv lif ornoqrorcclGt r l wen ... Kd Wilder to S I. Harkcr, lot 11 in block? In Cucncy. ... . --. .- I.: Cl.rl tft, 1? He placed tbc lament of a quarter aec-4 -cn a,- &::Z:. . tionofraw land at 91,000 if owned by a uoti-re&ident, but if the owner lived in the tovviifchipitvvas put dovn at fSOO. Ills tovMiship hats gained in population in the I ast car botucthing over 300, but according to ItU books it lias fallen away 1S5. i;o 210 10 Am X Mecch to Chas K 3leech. lot TO n.r Vinnnria avenue In Knsrlish' addition Ml C 11 Caffiti to .T S Matkin. ICO ocres n e qr wc SI 1 2S r 4 wc$A 1,000 Titos 11 Avrc. to.T T Goro, a 111 s c jr ec5ti"irt!enst ft" MUNSON'S. Materials for White Dresses the inexpens- ivo and the costly kinds are shown cheer fully to you. 19 MUNSON'S 19 19 Main Street. T.sn. will l.nr lb rerr tjt wklU llrt mal. If a , l.ttttrshlrt thanour, orftn at )fiKl, for ai.W, w 50c. $1.00 OKrJ( i Wllll.nr apanif ehlrt r-rlarmalruir, A1l I Ilnya a llalbrlsan uuilrrliltt. Wi (fuar- ara vq njl-t-lfcan Loj- r will kii jon t r i.' ROBISON BROS. One-Price Cash House! 21 Main Street. i -15 j S1.Q0. Selling Everywhere at SL.50k aooit Unlauml A 5 Ak : aried Sopt 35c. It Wouldn't Pay to Steal Them for That. - The Best $1 White Shirt! In the World. r- rr -l 'liie'-hYijrat ilar)in V.rrr Heard of tn 10 (Joutdie i 2 Gauze Undershirts for 35c. . , rAIl and Onij to be Hadllat -lit j - RitMns w -r X3 X tJ5 One-Price Clothiers. 'A