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U U MURDOCK & BROTHER, Prcpoetor.
PERSONAL, AND LOCAL. ITEMS OF NEWS.
District court will coin one again to-wor-
Water street, and very central. Mr.Uer
ritl places bis easel iu position to-morrow
morning and until tlie first lot ol portraits
arc finished will be busy at a nailer, t-o that
nobody can fail to see htm by calling. He
bat taken tbe orders of several leading eitl-
zem, two ladles and otic cnild.
begin at 12 o'clcck, and will probably be
attended by nil prominent breeders in tbe
What has become of the lllainc and ItO
Isn't it about hot enough to raise a
dog icarc i
The streets were crowded jeftcrday with
learns troia the country.
The hoard of county commissioner
tcrday aijjournet) sine die.
Keincinbir the Xeff entertainment at the
opcia house to-morrow night.
A new time card will go it to effect on
the Tt. Scott road in a few dajs.
A regular meeting of Garfield Post G.
U. will ho held next Tuesday evening.
3Irr. KussclF henclltat the opera house
the other ccniug netted that lady $123.
31r. Jlunson's special sale was quite nu
merously attended by the ladies jestcrday.
There were fewer transactions iu real
estate jestcrday than for several weeks
.1. A. Wallace's new brick on .Douglas
avenue is nearly ready lor occupancy. The
front was painted yesterday.
The Wichita, MePherson & I)ener rail
road have purchased fifty acres of land in
West Wichita for a town site.
Parmcrs say that some fields ol corn arc
beginning to taFsel out. It won't be long
now until we bate roasting ears.
Several men employed on the outside of
buildingi were &o overcome by thchcatj'c
terday that they had to tease work.
Tlios. Adams, of 31arshall, Jlo., has pur
chafed a large fruit farm near this city, and
will bung his family here next f.illtolie.
Our old friend O. 3Iartinson, finds an
other mouth to feed at his home since cs
terdaj morning. It's a boy and we arc
rcadv for another census.
Sol Jiohn writes from New York lor a
copy of the daily Eagle as he wants to see
what it looks like. Sol used to ccrlasting
ly nag us because wc couldn't see our way
clear to start an associate daily paper. Wc
scut him a copy ot yesterday morning's is
sue containing the figures of Wichita's pop.
ulation, which now reaches thousands
where it only counted hundreds when be
used to do business up on Main street.
Better come back, old man, to jour first
TO THE CITY
It is reported that with two exceptions
all of the old conductors on the l't. Scott
road hat c been discharged, Wc did not
learn what led to this result.
somc unknown parties tried to awaken
the slctpers Jn Kmporia avenue Friday
night, by riding through the streets at a
fuiious rate and firing off pUtols.
All members of the Knights ofPjthias
lodge arc requested to he promptly on hand
at their meeting to-morrow night as there
will be work to do in the third degree.
Perrj Wilkins has sold his largo and fine
farm, Ijiug near the city, to his son John,
for 100 per acre. This Is one of the best
tracts of land in this section of the coun
irj. (.'has. Cljniuic, engineer of the switch
engine iu the Wichita jards, was mairied
on btt Slnuday iwuing to Mrs. llichard
oii, mc Hannah Hubble, lately from Km
poria. '1 he 'tlf Comedy Company will upper at
the opera house Jlouday evening In one of
thcirmott popular plays, and anyone who
i njojs a good laugh should not fail to hear
Capt. Murray Icre. who owns one of
the bcit farms on the CowsUn, was In the
itj ("-tenia. He repoils ciops iu an cx-
illcnt condition, and sajs that he has om
iu the ta'el.
The ton iciit mttscilin, the tight legged
and two headed calf, to say nothing ol the
prairie dogs, attracted a large number in
side of the highly illuminated camns on
I)otigl.i avenue jestcrday.
The cntcrpri-iug people of Cheney arc
unking etcnivc preparations for a good
old celebration on the 1'ourth. They are
to hac a sttect parade, speaking, music,
potato race, fireworks, etc.
It may all be well enough, probably, to
tote bonds for new railway enterprises, and
to grap for large things generally as a city ,
hut it oftentimes happens that smaller, but
much more important interests arc los
sight of. For years the farmers of the west
side for many miles out bare come to this
city to do all their local marketing and re
tail trading. They were simply compelled
to. It is very desirous to bold this trade
for the future, but the truth is the facilities
and inducements must be made and kept
superior. Now the wagon road leading
west from Kobt. Law rence's through Delano
tonntLiphas been worked a good deal, but
for quite a distance it is in a deplorable
condition on account of tbesaud belt which
tro'scs it. This road must be fixed. Now
that farmers arc no longer compelled to use
it, or to come to this town to do their trad
ing, they are grumbling long and loud over
that road. One prominent farmer from out
west said to us only last evening, tuat if
that road wasn't fixed so that lie and his
neighbors could-gct to town with a full
load without "dragging the lives out
or their horses, that they would
he compelled to go down to Goddard or
Garden Plains. Hundreds, sometimes
more than a thousand teams pass over this
road ono way or the other iu the course of
a singlo day, and wc gic fair warning that
thin matter can only be neglected to the
damage of the retail trade of the citv and
to the grain and live tock market.
OUR NEXT FAIR.
I). A. .Mitchell, sicrctary of the Arkansas
Valley Agricultural societj-, ha? begun col
lecting material for the premium list of the
nrt couuty fjir, which will be held on
September U0, and October 1, 2 and 3, 1&S4.
He is now amassing for advertisements,
and has hit upon a i cry novel, and wc be
lieve much better plan for securing them
than any heretofore adopted. Instead of
the advertiser pajing cash for his adver
tisement, he pajs for it by offering a spec
ial pitmium on whatever da's of goods or
article he may select. For instance ilc-
Comb llros. offer a line saddle and bridle,
worth $20, to the best lady cqucstiicnuc,
and Inncs .Vltoss offer a handsome $12 cro
chet shawl to the prettiest baby under
eighteen mouths old. Thus it will he seen
that all advertisements will be carclully
read by every one. Mr. Mitchell has al
ready secured a large number of advcitisc
incnt, and the premium list will he is-ued
at an cailj day. The eoiicty aic going to
trj and mako the fair tliN j car superior In
all iopctts to any ever held in the count j.
Architect J. J. Crist Is now busily engag
ed in draughting plans for a new two-story
brick, 23x100, to he erected by Mr. Wright
on the lot next to Woodman's bank. This
building is to he provided with a very fine
and artistic front.
He is also working on plans for llobert
Black's large tbree-'tory brick, KOxlCO, to
be built at once on the corner of Topcka
and Douglas avenues.
Plans are also bcingmade for a business
house, 30x100, to bo erected on Market
street, between Douglas avenue and First
Preaching at the Presbyterian church at
11 a. ra. by the pastor, Kcv. Hewitt; Sun
day school at 2:S0 in the afternoon. Iu the
evening Itcv. Hewitt will deliver a dis
course on the recently discovered docu
ment by Bishop Urycmias, Metropolitan of
Nicomcdia. This Is a very ancient docu
ment, and is called 'Didoclie.oi the Teach
ings of the Apostles." The sermon on this
occasion promises to be extremely interest
ing, and will no doubt be listened to by a
The Methodist church will have their
regular services at the rink to-day. Preach
ing at the usual hour in the morning and
evening by the pastor, Iter. D. W. Phil
lips; Sunday school at 2:30 o'clock.
The new Methodist church at Cartwright
will be dedicated this morning at 10:30
o'clock, Uev.-Mr. Kelly, of Winfield, de
livering the sermon. At 2:30 p. m. a ser
mon will be preached in the new church by
Kcv. Phillips, of this city.
Keformed Mission services, conducted by
the pastor, Kcv. I. G. Brov.ii, will ho had
in thcEpsscopal church this morning at 11
Services at tbe Baptist church to-day at
the usual liottr. Preaching by the pastor
both morning and evening. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. in. The- public cordially invited
The A. M. V. church will hold regular
services morning and evening. Sabbath
school at 2:10.
The usual services will be held at the
Catholic and other churches ot the city.
New York Store
Blaine & Logan Nominated!
By An Overwhelming Majority!
To QtoicWjtr SlocJoQ.
A SPLENDID BOOK.
Hall over an inch in diameter fell in the
ticiiiitj of Marshall lat Fridav-. John Her
ig, of tliN city, happened to be in that vi
cinltj', was struck on the arm, and jestcr-daj-
the maik u licit it hit him could plain
ly be seen.
Mr. Wni. It. Thoma-. the old gentleman
who was so badly hurt by being thrown
from a buggy a little over a week ago, is
Mow ly gaining strength, though he is jet
unable to turn himself iu bed. Ills mind
is perfectly clear, and ho sullci- but little
. H.-H.I'cckham has disposed ol his laigc
and well improved farm, ot 100 acrc, to
W. Wtinck, the price received being
?S,300. Mi. Wcinck is to bo congratulated
upon his purchase, as it puts him iu pos
session of one of the finest latins In the
Colonel John Itus-ell has been appointed
the agent lor Walter K. Houghton's book,
containing the life ofBl due and I.ogan and
the history of the party, together with val.
liable political statistics. This is a book ol
about bOO pages and a splendid campaign
work which will soon bu out of press. The
political matter it contain", covering every
important thing, together with the princi
ples and arbicvements of the republican
paity from Free Soil days down to the pres
ent, makes it an invaluable work
for cverj' nun who takes any
interest in paity matters. In it can be
found the vote for all the presidential cam
paigns and a thousand and one things else
which evcrj body at times desire to icfcr.
The book is printed in clear tj-pc on line
paper. But whit is the best feature about
It is its cheapness. A volume in cloth and
gold I but S2.00, and a leather library edi
tion but $2.30. The work ought to go off
like hot cakes ami no doubt will, lor we
don't know an j one who will want to be
The following business was transacted in
the district court j-csterdaj:
Mary H. 1'alkcnstcin s. Samuel and John
Falkcnstein; judgmeut lor plaintiff iu the
sum of ?S00, and ordered that certain real
estate be set oil for her.
Mary L Falkcnstein vs. John F. FnlUen
Jacob Vicll.inn-ili vs. W. M. Burns re
moved to Ueno county for tri-il.
Ilapgood l'lo.v company vs. Samuel Ca
ble. Dcfcudant'M death suggested and cao
J. W. Illntou vs. W. & S. W. S. K. Co.
Kemovcd to Kno count for triai.
A. Kails vs. I S Iteach, continued.
The caes of Thomas McCamplicll et al.,
M.J. Shinu. James W. Hinton. W. C.
Woodmin, 1' Stockmin, Catherine Grcir
fcnsteiii, W. M itthevv-on, Kllcn Smith ami
Wilbur F. Stiles et al. Vs Dclletibiti .
, a'i lemovuil to Cowley counlj
ESCAPED INTO THE TERRITORY.
Under Sheriff Derby who vvcut to Well-
'lhe following figures will show the rc-
cipts and disbursements at the county
treasurer's office up the hours of closing.
Thursday receipt", 1,177.27: disburse
ments, J,237.00. l'ridaj receipts, 1.1S7.
37; disbursements, SU0.00. Saturdaj re
ceipts, 2,001.37; disbursements, 114.
Hon. John Kclicy, who was shaking
hands with his friends In this cit jester
daj, sajsthat fanners aro now getting their
machinery ready fur harvesting, nud that
several fields of wheat will be cut bv- next
Wednesday or Thursdaj-. Oats will be
ready for harvesting bj' one week from to.
Capt. 1'. G. Smyth came dashing up the
Avenue j estcrdav in a new and vcrj- hand
some barouche drawn by a fine and spirited
team of horses, upon whose, backs rested
an elegant set of silver mounted harness.
Capt. Smj th maj- wtll feel proud of his
new turnout, as it is one of the li ind-omot
in the valley.
Ycslcrdaj-Joseph Stover sold the south
half of bis fannN) acres which lies one
and a half miles east of the citv-, to Mr. J.
Jones for 100 per acre. Two jears aso
Mr. Stover purchased the 110 acres for 30
an aero. His investment has proved agood
one, and be now has h0 acres of very line
Hr.d which virtually hns cost him nothing.
Mr. Martin K. Claik left a stool ot wheat
in this ofliec from on his farm, w hich would
make a good sheaf and which meaurcs
live and one-half feet tall, al some oats
four lcet high and a limb of an apple tree
two feet long hearing eleven apples as large
as hen eggs. ne has 130 bearing apple
trees like life one from which the limb was
Garfidd Post G. A. It., will probablj
make some definite arrangements as to a
Fourth of July celebration at their nu cl
ing next Tuesday evening. We feci quite
certain that the business mcu will aid any
arrangement which promises to attract a
crowd here on that daj and wc hope Gar
field Pot will take bold of the matter in
Mr. David Fox, sailgwick count s fi
moui. fine wool breeder, left with our better-half
yesterday a 'vcrj- choice quarter of
spring lamb, sweet, fat, Juicj-, and dresed
as only a thoroughbred Knglisb shepherd
knows how to dress a lamb and leav e the
linings of fat unstained by the touch of
wool. The owner of Lord Wool will ac
cept our thanks.
Hon. Wm. llo came in from the;Ninncs.
cah last evening. Ho told our reporter
that the country between here and his
place was one immense sea of graiu. He
said fourteen jears ago he croscd the Covv
skin west of Wichita, and the very air was
hideous with the howling of the wolves.
To-day the sound of the whistle and bell of
the iron horse reverberates along the valicv.
ington a few dajs ago lor the
arresting Fiauk Peck, returned home Fri
day night without his man. It seems that
Peck, alter stabbing Kagau at the Douglas
Avenue house, anil escaping the olliecrs
here, went to Wellington where he secured
cinplojnieut at a hotel. A Icvvdajs later a
lady connected with the Douglas Avenue
went to Wellington on a visit and happened
to put up at tho bouse where Peck was
working. She at once recognized him, and
vviotc back to friends in this city tho nature
of her discov crj Peck saw and recognized
her, and was not slow in concluding what
course she would pursue, and to be on the
safo side, lie w rnt directly to his proprietor,
drew what was coming to him, and vam
oosed into the territory, having left Well
ington twodajsbefor the under sheriff
went in seaich of him. As there was co
due ns to the route he had taken, or in
which direction he went, Derbj- concluded
it would be Useless to try and follow him,
so returned home.
Lewis tV Co
M. A. Bergman vs. Kmauucl Wt-iucr ot
John C. Kohn Vs M. l,oul A; Ktui l'i.iii
cisco r.iilroid cnmpanv, settled and dis
missed. Joseph ,, hrtiv.it v. the A. T. .V 8. V.
railro id oomp mj. rcmovod to lipim uiun
t for trial.
John G. Hop' ins vs. N Foiitiull, vuulin
AniiiM. Gamy - P. V. Ilealy, sulll.d
W. G. Kcertn v-. A. T. X S. F. railr.xd
company, icmoveJ to Kouu louiity.
Janus A. Vinic t v . lliam Long. s,.j.
tied and dis-ms-i i'.
The jury in itie Pivi- divorc oi-e
brought in n vcrdiil at 2 o'clock Fridiy
night. The found tlie defeuda:it guilty or
extreme cru tv .in J gio-s neglect ol dutj.
They found 1 ha prosecution not guilt of
an ol the charges !n the cross petition.
The com t now ha" the case under advi-c-ment,
hut will most likely grant a divorce,
and div i-ion of property also. Tho defense
has givin notice that he will lilo a motion
for a new trial.
Court adjonrned until Monday morning
k Summer Dry Goods
Eo & ROSS NOMINATED AND ELECTED
And have held their office for ihe last eight years under the Horseshoe, as the
Old Beliable Cheap-Selling Dry Goods StoreT
Of the Booming Valley of Valleys!
Leading- Dry Goods House of the Great City of Wichiti
With Its 13,000 Inhabitants.
Who sold you goods when you were poor?--lnnes & Ross. Who trusted you when you were broke ?-lnnes fc Ross.
Who is entitled to your trade now when you are rich?-Innes & Ross.
INNES & ROSS.
Notions, Carpets, Clothing,
Boots & Shoes.
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N. X. T. P. 0.
f - 1"
M. KOHN & CO.
Agood many wild rumors have lit en
afloat to the ctTe-ct that gUinIci-. were pre
vailing to au alarming extent anions the
horse anil mulct-owned hy farmer living
around Andovcr and Greenwich. Ai near
a- wc can ateertaln the report havehecn
greatly exaggerated, though there are
i-omo fen auimali in that locality aillieted
with the dicae. State Veterinary Sur
geon, A. A. Holcomhe, lias he-cn over the
ground, and pronounce tho ditcase glan
ders and even went io fara. to order Slier
,ilf l'lsher to kill some of the animals. This
order w.is rather precipitate and not In ae-
rordanco with law, as no appraisement of
the horses had been made, and of course
Sherill l'Micr declined to carry out the kil
ling part, and so wrote Holcomhe. The
animal most atlllcted, wc hclievc, are
owned hy lers. .Malandt, Hyhcrgcr and
Horner, and thec are getting belter under
the treatment of the local doctors who
claim that the discic 1 not glanders, and
that thcic U no danger of its' spreading.
Sheriff Fisher will again take a look over
the field next Wednesday.
NEARLY AN ACCIDENT.
31 rs. Dr. anu!e Stephens, as a matter of
courtesy and hccaue of the crowded condi
tion of our city, has tendered l'rof. Mcrritt,
the artist, front rooms on the ground floor,
where Mr. .Mcrritt will do his work, and
where his patrons can visit him. Tho
Stephens residence is only three doors
south of the Dotigla Avenue houe, mi
There is a strong prob.ibllitv that we will
soon have to chronicle a scriou accident ai
the Santa Ke crossing of Houglis avenue.
Xumcrou-narrow escapes have been nude
b teams driving across the tricks while
trains or tho switch engine were in motion,
notably prominent being the attempt of a
farmcrtoeros the traclc etcrday while
the switch engine was ptuhin some cars
north over the street, the train only min
ing the farmer team a lew feet. Coming
down Douglas avenue. It is almost an im
possibility for a driver to tell when an en
gine i coming, either from the north or
south, aud the surprise is that there has
uot been a serious accident. In the cities
where there I such a constant parage of
teams as at this point, a flag man U station
ed, whoe duty it is to notify all of the
approach of trains, and this would not he a
bad idea to intorducc here.
SHORT HORN SALE.
All lovers of pure thoroughbred cattle
will be pleased to learn that ou Tuesday,
July 1, Wm. Kc-. or Clearwater, will offer
for sale, at Packer'-, stock yards in this city,
his entire herd of thoroughbred Short Horn
cattle, consisting of both male and female,
old and middle-aged. We believe each
member of his herd has a straight pedigree,
aud the purchasers can rrfv on i-Mtln-
blooded stock. Mr. I!oss reputaton is such
that whatever he says in regard to hi cat
tle will be accepted as fact. The a!e will
-.lames Mullen, of WinDeld, w.isiutlie
Wm. A. Willi add vife, ol Valley Cen
ter, were in thceity Csterday.
Win. Curtis and wife, ot V.iile Cen
ter, ate dinnei at the Tremout cstcrday.
Uus. Koot left for the country yester
day, whero he will visit with his brother
I!. O. Williams, formerly messenger on
tho n, Scott roaj, now has charge of a
train on the same road.
J. W. Coatcs lately Irom I.oganspnrt,
Ind., has succeeded Mr. Koody as clerk at
the Douglas avenue hotel.
Col. J. W. H.irt7ell and Hon. Dick
Walker, who went cast on railioad busi-ne-ss
Mr. T. 1J. Wall and lnliy went over to
Audoverestcrday for a few dijV visit
with friends iu that thriving town.
Mr. (Jen. Thompson Ins returned to
Wichita after quite" au extended tour
through the coimti tuning pianos.
Assistant County Clerk Dorscy entcied
upon hi newdiitiesesterday, per appoint
ment of the boird ol commissioners.
C. Schmidt, of Cheney, came into the
city Saturday, and reports the damage hv
the hail 1'nd.i very slight if an at all.
Hon. Wm. lioss was in tho city ester
day, wearing ids "spoon'' badge, which
means that the sago ol the Xinnescih i for
old lien. Hutlerlor president.
Mrs. I. Wilkinson, wife of Vaidmastcr
Wilkinson, accompiuied by her mother
left ou the afternoon train yesterdav for
Newton, where they go on a short UIt.
Thode llrovvn and J. 11. Smith, two
prominent farmers of Or.int township, wore
in the city rtcrday and gave the Kull.i:
incnuiy can i ncy report an crops a
looking fine in their section.
Mr. K. K. retell, of Oaktichl, Wiscon
sin, father er .Mrs. O. M. Micnnm, h:i been
spending a week In the city. Mr. IVIch i
an old friend of Mrs. Kilcu Allcrton, or
llrovvn county, whom he expects to visit
on his way back home.
1) J lhattit'ld and wife will Uave tomorrow-
morning for an extensive trip
through Colorado, expecting to be gone
several months. We wish them a pleaant
jouruey to the mountains, aud hope they
may fully enjoy the trip.
Will O Kercuson, of Kuiporia, gave us
a call Saturday. He was on his way home
from Gueda springs whore he had been to
see his brother John, who is sffering from
a stroke of parahsj, aud undergoing treat
ment for the same at the springs.
Geo. Lewi, ot Iiporte, Ind., who
iited thi- cit some months ago, and then
returned east, has come here to locate, and
will go into business in Wichita. He is a
promising oung business man aud the
Kvor.K extends him a hearty welcome.
Geo. H Koody, who has been clerking at
the Douglas avenue hotel for many months,
resigned hi- position Friday. He will
leave in a few dajs for a tH to his family
who arc stopping al .Toplin, ilo., after
which be will return to Sedgwick county
with a view to entering the hotel business
in some one of our neighboring towns.
Themany friends of .Miss Anna .Tack-on
will regret to learn that she will depart for
the cast to-morrow. She will go by the
.way of Kuiporia. where she will visit some
days with her friend Miss Xlna Caldwell,
theucc she wiil go to Kansas City, stopping
there a few days with friends before pro
ceeding on to Hillsboro, Illinois her
gANTA FE BAKERY.
Santa Fe Bakery!
Bread, Cakes, Pies, Jumbles, Yeast, Etc.
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Proprietors.
Silk gloves, lace mitts, and pretty now
shapes in ladies' neckwear, at very reason
19 MUNSON'S 19,
19 Main St.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS TO-DAY.
No. 40 Main Streot,
O. It. KIooj has a new soda fountain, Go
there when ou want a cool c'rink. Flint
door north or Kinr.erly ,t Adams' marble
J. K. Tinner will receive scvcnt-iive
hcadof choice Texas homes, Monday,June
1(5, which he will sell at piices within the
reach of all. 'jl-lt
C. I.. Kloos has one of the most pleasant
Ice Cream parlois in the city. His Ice
Cream 9 tlrstiias-i. First door north of
Kiuncrly .t Adams' marble works. 'Jl-Tit
- - Wichita, Kansas
P0PKESS & WAKEFIELD
Have thi; vvcllJ.nou'ii .MrAIoier cu:il,
which is equal if not sujiorior to
Ihe Canon City.
We nil vise :ill our rendprs to ji;e it
u trial, as this linn will keep it on hand
'U.1CKY .t UUMO.NT,
Architects ami Superintendents Office In
I!n' Mock, Wichita, Ktmsas S-tr
t. W SMITH,
DtNTisr Kagle building, Douglas avrniif.
Wield ta, Kansas.
Attorneys at I-nw, CoinmerrlBl block, Wich
SIAM.KV A VVAI.t..
Wichita, Kansas. Olllc
Men anil hoys' Clothing-lower than
the lowest at the Star Clothing: House.
The7 H&T3 Cone.
Wc have placed on our counter- another
large lot of ladles' gloves like wc have had
on former occasions, at the same price.
Ladies who bought them before will surely
call, tho-,0 who have not can inpcct tlicni
and see what they are. Thctc goods will
not bo withdrawn. This is no special -ale,
no blow, no humbug.
-H-tSt CiOI.IU'.N" Itl'I.K STOIIK.
Hacker & Jmkoii have made ar-
rnnrciiicrits with the Fort Scott Fla"
tetone ( o. to handle their l!.-if,"'in".
We arc now prepared injjivc prices on
all kinds of iilcuIks and residence
walk- in the city. All work warrant
ed lo :ive satisfaction, in the ray or
hlue stone. Hackku & .Lwkfos,
Attorneys nt 1-iu,
over Litlzrns' hank
E. It i:i:.nt7..
Physician RuilFurgfon. On-oTr Fuller .V
W. F. WAI.IClfi:,
Attorney at Law Oflice over Kansas Na
l. r. sjiu;i:womi,
Deutlst. O&iccln Ferrnll r.iiltiJingoiiltp
ixwlonice, Mln street, Wichltn, knns.ns.
Teeth extracted vvlthont ialn by iiltrosoxide
J. J. CItlST,
Architect nml Superintendent. OSicc, Kmll
Werner' block, DonslM aTenue. hetween To-)n-ka
avenue and Iaivrrep.ee St., Wichita, Kan
General Stock j
Later We Will Quote Prires That Will Astonish You..,
COME AND SEE US.
128 Douglas .Irene,
Don't (ail to go to the
Jlonday night. Xelfs
will be there.
Notice is hereby (riven that I will
mw.ri fioitfan hurl OtlCC is heri'hV ClVen tlinttulll n.t Iwi
Comedy CmVMvVlJl'.MSni''UhUrnntnrtnlmT ""
di2" I Wichita, Kansas, June U. let
, iJ" F K e.UII.V
Try tlie Spanish ." cent cigar for sale at
the Central drug lore. opiosito po-lothce.
llJ2-.'5 SWTT7Kt.I. & llornus
noe'STOV, v r
HOU510.V X ItKVrLKY,
Attotnevs at Ijvvf Oflice over Kansas
tional hank, Wichita, Kan
Conlrectors and lmllilers, on Fl rt street, wet
or County lmllitlnsr.
4. F. I.AUCK,
Attorneyot Iaw, Wichita, KanSiu)
E. C KCClU.t:1;,
Attoroey-at-law Offlc over So. "!.', Main
street, Wichita, Kiuiriu Si-
. I) KIKK,
Attomev at Ij Hoom No 4, t." S. Land
office bulhUng, Wichita, Kansas.
J C. IIKKKI.NU,
Cltll Knglneerand Ileal FsttiteA
pie Mock near roUimcrt Ictilla
A Havani tilled cigar lor ' cent the
Spanish, at the Central drug 'tore, opposite
post ome. SwnNTEM. A Doroivs.
1 his day, b mutual ccnt, thelirm ofitnl
nxX ?niilh has ril.solve.1, the sshljlullnlx
ta.lni;chanreortlieliustues- n-ceivln? all nn.
stanilins hills, nd lojlnp alt bills ?atn,t said
,i, , , T.I. MI'LIMX,
li.'-l-wU-i c A SVI1TII
llfincmber Nctfat the opera Iiou
A CTfMttl drills liticilio-. (VlT- fc.ili V'r.r- i
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particulars enquire of limes .fe Uo-. j
A good stock of groceries, on the be-t i
corner in the city, for ale by the Wichita
Land te Loau Co. ftitf
Auy per-on wishinjr to imploy n
nurse ran do ?o ly applying at "the
residence ol Mr-, aohn on South Main
street. Mrs. A. O. Ivke.
15 tu '2y
he pair of fine carriage hones, well inatrti
eil, two pooi single horse, three pontes, well
Urol. Ato one new 4itLou will fell on
lime withapproTfl security. Knomre at tnv
reshlerceoa vrer street. lf!,t. m r.e Ci
j WocImno' hank i w Jli?
4 it P.AI.DKIWTOK,
ATroatiT at law, Wichita. SeitfTwIck r;unty
Kunsas Udlce in Centennial JJIock
Kit 4 C IlKAX,
Drxtiot. Itwins In Held balldlii;. Main
street, opposite llsnilm.'. Hhr' IJ-5I-
im W I. DOYLK.
Dkmi' Offie over Itarne-. A !' dnis
store. Centennial block, Wleiita. 41-
o. -w colli;, no or. matt
Ol.Ll.MrS .t PIATT.
Attorney at iJtv. Will prartlee In l4h state
and Federal eurts Ofilce in Temjde black.
Mala street, eewtml stairway noTth of I"st
o&iee, Wiehlla, Kansas.
U"e bnte !n tturlc n full iiamiiIiiii-hI itf
Gi'and Anny Uniforms!"
Ami the l't'ttt it
WATCEKAZZE U S2PAI2SE.
Statlnun'i Old SUni Sin Strffi.
nrt-cla;s and ail
Kobert .lacki, proprietor ot tiiestar
CKthitt Hottc, is the pioneer cloth
ir of the Valley. 1-tf
Go to the Cheap Cash Store, Doujr- j
las avenue, one door wct of Citizen-,'
Itntik, lor a nobby tiil and low price. I
1-tf T. . C0VEKIAI.B. i
ORGANS TO RENT
Tb- I"hf.tocraier HetnTe In alt sJim and
tyle He also carri the nnet asMTrtment
of jactore frames In tbe city tore IJ:n a
friH5d'v rait and esamlne sbrsHes d-2-tf
For Choice, Fresh
f alrTrralH.entxo-l !!iell.wb, rat
CRAVEN ic RHODES'
W'r tllllfittif tirta
Fast Colors and Best Quality!
I foil' t hi tiionc will? ui,n Utifi" Unit vfajs''
itttttii; IIHtf hdtfl-jbt Wur- int)i,rJ. - -
;? Gilt Hat Cords, - 50c "r
t. Gilt Buttons, pef (!., 40c. f
Ha', Cap? and gents' funii-hing !
jrood- at the Star Clothing Hoti!e, ' -yy
-ijrti of the bi? stsr. 1-tf I
IB. JUL S A. X)
I have 240 acres of pasture, two and j Wichita - KanS3
i i . . . it ... i - -
one-nan nine irom me city, an weii ir-fou are point :otTwa!cn. m, rinoi.
fenced, plenty of good water. Cattle
pastured at 65 cents per month.
tf K. T. Foui.
Go to A. It. (lore for pure Ice cream
and Peruvian beer the best in the
rn e.t ....
l"awclrok- F er. for if be
bll Utlhlnr rnn int TOB riB UT BWEfV br
bnylns of him. To &oan vl of Trrmoat
Hon.. b to XIeIrIB4T lao-t t&r,
ooslaji armse. VTkMU. Kaa. Ml
in tacl, aar
par joa to
. A. HOLLENBERGER,
Teeth titrul4 sltbost tain tt, ?aJ4 SII
Inrs a 4T-iti Artificial teeth Irani 1I
p( et- Ieatal riM ta 1'jfW Meek, I
Uooslas atesne. WJtlilu, KanJi. ir--tr
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Hutts c Mtt mrtol rattaraiix te. f
C05CNER nRSTfe MAtS. WICHITA. KANSAS j
One-Price Clothing House.
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