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v M. M. MURDOCK at 8R0THER, Proprietor..
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AL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS
Watermelons arc now getting to cheap to
This delinquent tax sale will take place at
?tfce treasurer's oSco next Tuesday.
"" It is now expected that Nellie Bailey will
be brought here from Topcka the first of the
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The Santa Fc railroad company expect to
open their up town ticket office sometime
Sheriff Fisher returned yesterday from
Sedgwick, where ho went to serve papers in
, the divorce case of Boycr vs. Boyer.
If any body is out one stray pet squirrel
,thoy canfind it at the residence of A. A.
Hyde, who will deliver it up with pleasure.
The Occidental, one night this week, en
tertained one hundred and one guests, be
sides their regular gueftn, and turned away
"Work was again resumed yesterday on
the foundation for the new brick to bo
-erected on the comer of Douglass avenue
and "Water street
Harried At the bride's home, August
30th,byF.ev. L G.Brown, Mr. Henry B.
Vassy, of Caldwell, Kansas, nnd Mies K. A.
Carson, of this place,
A game of base ball will be played at the
fair grounds at El Dorado, September 5th,
for a purse of $400, between the Fredonias
The matinee yesterday was quite largely
attended by ladies and children, and the en
tertainment is very favorably spoken of by
those who heard it.
The Missouri Pacific -express office will
. shortly be moved from its present quarters
into the Itusscll Hall building, whero it will
be fitted up in city style.
Mr. A. J. Cook brought in a basket of
grapes yesterday for tho printers, and says
he will remember tho editor next week,
when a choice variety will be ripe.
The United States court will convene in
this city Monday, Judge C. G. Foster pre
siding. The term will be a very interesting
one, as several important cases will be
The new brick buildings opposite tho
postofficc are being supplied with very
large sky-lights, which will add greatly to
the pleasantness of the rooms on the second
The telescope man continues to explain to
the crowd who gather about his instrument,
all tho mysterias of the heavenly bodies,
which is about as clear as mud to the aver
Miss Al. Bullock is off for the cart this
morning. It is unnecessary to say that few
tn this city would bo more greatly missed
than Miss B. "Wc all wish her future hap
piness and success.
Black's new block on the corner of Doug
las and Topeku avenues, is now rapidly pro
gressing in construction, and when com
pleted it will be the largest and handsomest
building in the city.
The following figures will show the re
ceipts and disbursements at the county
treasurer's office up to the hour of closing
business yesterday: Receipts, $1,417.74;
s -i ' :
Four or five wagons loaded with movers
from Greenwood county, passed through
the city yesterday on their way to Meade
and other western couutics, where they pro
pose taking up claims.
Waitc's Union Square theatre company,
which closed a threo night's engagement in
this city last evening, will play at Hutchison
Monday night It is a good company and
deserving of a liberal patronage.
A large lot of wheat was brought to the
city yesterday, and tho ruling price was 55
cents per bushel. Oats sold for 18 to 20
cents. Many of our farmers who are able
to & so, aro holding their grain for an ad
vance in price.
Mrs. A. Drcschaux will havo tho closing
exercises of her German school at tho school
room in Eads building on Tuesday the sec
ond of September at two o'clock p. m.
Parents of tho scholars and parties interest
ed are cordially invited to attend.
Friday night a switch on tho Fort Scott
road, near the depot, was left open, and as a
consequence three cars loaded with wheat
were derailed. One of them was pretty
badly mashed, and its contents was distrib
uted around rather promiscuously on the
Tho flagging delivered at tho new high
school building for walks aro immense and
well nigh a perfect surface. They average
about six by ten feet each, and among all
the fine side walks in tho city those about
tho high schnol building will probably bo
Ion Arnold has purchased an interest in
the music business of "W. A. Jaqucs, and in
future tho style of the houe will bo Ion
Arnold & Co. They are now putting in
new counters and shelves, and will carry on
a whojcsale trade. Tho first of the month
Mr. A. V. Buck will go on tho road for the
Robinson Brothers, of this city, have a
scheme whereby ever' twenty-fifth sale is a
gift A Georgian emigrant slipped into the
store yesterday and made a purchase, when
the old bell at the cashier's desk sounded as
a signal for twenty-fifth sale. The astonish
ment of the man when his money was re
turned with purcliasc, nnd the remarks he
indulged in about tho green people of this
country brought down the house.
The "Wichita Building and Loan associa
tion fa assuming a business like appearance.
Tho stock now subscribed is $91,300, and
have ' loaned on buildings $8,900. The
premiums, interest, fines, etc., amount to
nearly nineteen hundred dollars, which
gavo a dividend per share of $25. This is
a good showing for an institution only six
For the month ending yesterday tho re
ceipts in the police conrt aggregated, in the
nature of fines, etc., $1,802. Judge Glenn
informs us that these are tho heaviest re
ceipts ever known in the history of the
police court of this city. Even during the
flush times, when there was plenty of money,
beer and cowboys, and a fight occurred
very half hour, the receipts hardly ever
A new building is being 'erected on the
corner of "Water ank First streets by Daniel
McKinxi:, which will be occupied and oper
ated as a carriage factory as soon as com
pleted. Thus one by one, "Wichita is gain
ing factories of nearly every description,
some ofthem small as jet, but in timo they
will become large establishments, bringing
.to their owners .handsome profits from their
2f. F. Nledcrlander will remove part of
his oUce effects Monday into his fine now
quarter in the rear of the "Wichita National
bank, where he proposes to fit up a very tee
floe for the accommodatioa of his custom-1
ore ia this part of the city. Mr. N. is one of
thasMt successful real estate and 'lwarancc
ia the west, and by his latcgricy sad
bearing, has won the kindest rc-
s Wt esteem of the hundreds or
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Kansas, and has from one to half a dozen
teams out every day showing people the
country, and using every just means to in
duce settlement The more men a city has
like N. F., the better off it is, and wc are
pleased to know that he will so soon bo a
close neighbor of the FulUedged.
A new company has opened out in Wich
ita under the name or tne "Koyal Oil com
pany," who will deal exclusively in mer
chantable oils in bulk carbon, lubricating,
linseed, etc. This company will run a
nice delivery wagon twice a day to deliver
coal oil, gasoline, etc., to all parts of the
city. Their location is 517 Douglas avenue,
L. G. Lapham, of the Jewctt stock farm.
is in the city looking for tall men tn harvest
his com. He will employ none less than
six feet four inches in hight They murt be
men of steady habits, and willing to con
tract service till the first of April next Ex
tra wages will be paid to bachelors. Farm
er Doolittle and Ed. Ford are suppnsed to
bo the only ones in this city that will fill
That was on awful thing which happened
to the Orion circus in Colorado day before
yesterday, an account of which appeared in
our dispatches of yesterday morning. It
was the circus which was in "Wichita two or
three weeks since, and some of the men who
died raid scorching flames and suffocating
smoke were the young athletes whose tumb
ling and other performances were so much
admired. Ono of them was the man who
gave tho Japanese exhibition of whirling
plates, etc It was an awful calamity.
S. "W. "Willson, of Mulvane, returned last
night from a visit to Illinois, and reports the
wheat crop of that state turning out very
poorly. Mr. "Willson had with him a sam
ple of wheat from Central Illinois which
looks like chaff compared to tho sound,
plump wheat sold by our farmers on the
SVichita market The corn crop in apart
of Illinois, Mr. "Willson says, is damaged by
drouth. But we must remember that a
man who has lived in this valley ten years
is liable to pronounce an average crop in
any other country a failure, having been
used to see the immense, yields here.
On a card, which we found with a choice
and large selection of fruit, was written:
"From the farm, with regards, of J. R.
Mead." That farm must be a great source
of comfort to our old friend who, after
spending almost his entire life in business as
a banker, merchant, trader, and whose resi
dence is ono of the finest in tho city, is al
ways referring to "the farm. "Tho farm"
must have grown to a pretty valuable place
when it produces such fruit as he sent us a
bushel basket of grapes, apples, a half
dozen kinds and peaches, wc don't know
how many varieties. Thanks.
Prof. J.G. Steppee, who was lately elect
ed to the cliair of the principal of the
"Wichita school, arrived in the city night
before last, and made us a call in company
with K. P. Hams, Esq., yesterday. Mr.
Steppee accent on first sylablc is a
graduate of the Lcabanon, Ohio, college.
Rev. F. "W. Harper and ex-Treasurer John
Tucker, of this city, are graduates of tho
same institution. Mr. Steppee is a young
miui, but of solid mould, good presence, and
phtasant address, and wc guess will be popu
lar with his school. Ho says he saw Kansas
at tho Cincinnati eiiiosition, but Kansas at
homo surpasses his expectations, and he is
consequently delighted with his new field.
Tho average Sedgwick county Democrat
don't enthuse worth a cent, and tho refub
missionist sits drowsy and listless unless
woke up by a Republican trumpet. The
excursion train that left this city yesterday
for Ft. Scott, to convey jwoplo to the Dem
ocratic rally in that city, which was address
ed by Governor Glick and other leading
luminaries of tho moss-backs, carried from
this place one of the most earnest, honest
and intelligent bodies of Democrats we liavc
ever seen. It embraced the conductor, en
gineer, fireman and brakeman, and several
coaches of empty scuts.
The collection of farm products and
fruits recently made by X. F. Kiederlandcr
were sent to tho St "Louis exposition last
night, and embraced some of tho largest
and finest varieties of fruits and cereals that
wc have ever seen. Tho display of corn
from tho farm of J. R. Mead, about five
miles south of tho city was exceptionally
fine, and the ears were largo and well ma
tured. The collection embraced the follow
ing varieties: Blood's "Wliito Farmers,
Golden Dent, Largo Yellow and a sample of
sugar corn known as the Stowcll's Ever
green. A lively runaway took place yesterday
morning at about 11 o'clock on South Law
rence avenue. A fanner was coming to
the city with a load of melons, and had
just crossed the railroad track, when along
came an engine puffing and snorting. His
team took fright and ran off. In endcrvor
ing to check them the farmer reined them
in towards the sidewalk, when one of the
hind wheels of the wagon struck a post, and
tho way melons flew around was a caution.
Tho man at the lines succeeded in stopping
the team near Douglas avenue, hut the
profits that ho expected to derive from the
sale of melons has failed to materialize. No
other damage resulted.
Tree Trimmlnf .
A number of our people have undertaken
tho job of trimming up their shade trees,
both along their side walks and on their
premises. It is quite a perplexing matter
to decide just how trees shall bo trimmed
for tho best effect and at the samo time not
mar tho beauty of any single tree. The
under trimming should bo of uniform
heights if possible, at least as to the foliage,
even if the larger limbs arc not cut away.
But wc guess the best way is to decide on
the height, which should be great enough to
permit all tho entire home surroundings to
bo seen, then apply tho saw determinedly.
Judge "W. C Littlo has just finished trim
ming up his place, adding no little to its at
tractiveness, and those contemplating the
work would do well to study up the effect
of his work.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of tho register of
deeds since our last report:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail
road company to John B. Au
mus, the s l-2of tho no 1-4 of sec
0-26-1 east,80acres $ C40 00
J. S. Bailey to J. K. Meserve, lots
1 and 2 and the cast 1-2 of the nw
1-4 of sec 19-27-4 west 1,200 00
I and M. A. Shellabarger to Oliver
& Imbodcn company, lots 87-89-91-33-95
on Douglass ave in Eng
lish's add to "Wichita 75,000 00
Clearwater town company to John
undeweii, tots lw-ta--' on itoss
ave in Clearwater
D. Hutching to "Wichita & AVest-
crn railroad, part of lots 30-31-34
in block 16 in "Wichita.
J. B. Halch to James "W. Rice, the
sw 1-4 of sec 11-27-1 west, 1G0
D. Hutching to E. H. Dbvop, lot
1S9 in block 4 in Orme Jc Phillips
add to "Wichita.
"Wichita cemetery company to D. L.
Miller, lot 63 in sec a in 'Highland
cemetery of "Wichita .-...".
A F. Horner to M. L. Gamer, lot
162 on Court street in "Wichita... 200 00
There is Masie in the Air.
Vjchita has left her village days behind,
mi the quiet which was hers, after the bus
iness of the day had clos4, is gone forever.
In all the years of her earlier fcisiorr, no
town or city cast or west, of her pMfOi
tions, during the business hours of the.dav,
could show more life or activity, but her
nights were quiet. It is so no longer. The
towaJsM betosaeadty. All Bight loac
awa aw waistiay am4 sa -awl rawawa'mrF? ' h:;Z.
Tm?- wrnnrr AwmftfAml
A WMM.-jTJl 1 I.Wf II l ..-
wheels of the coming aid going trains. All
night long now, the racket of 'busses and
noise of express and transfer wagons. And
every night now, until late hours the
tinkling of the street cars and the tramp,
tramp, along the side-walks goes on. As for
each day it is opened by shrieks and groans
of dozens of whistles and clanging bells,
repeating their chore us at noon and again
at six o'clock n. m., whilst above the din of
the streets and the "clatter of the trowels
and hammers and saws, tell the stranger of
elevators, mills, and factories, and of a.live,
wide-awake and growing city,
Cash M. and Lee Taylor were in the city
H. P. Smith and F. Evans came up yes
terday from "Wellington.
M. Nichols and J. S. Chubb, of Inde
pendence, were on the streets yesterday.
ilrs. J. H. Bullen came up from "Winfleld
yesterday to spend the Sabbath in this city.
M"W. Thompson, a business man of Kan
sas City, registered at the Trcmont last even
ing. U. S. Deputy Marshal Geo. Sharritt
and wife arrived in the city last evening
Mr. Nassaur of the Golden Rule store re
turned yesterday from the cast where ho had
been a full month buying goods.
- . H. Carpenter and Mr. "Waller, pro
priety of Vulley Center's new hotel, were
caller 't tho Eaole office yesterday.
Gx "W. "Walter and L. G. Lappham,
of Cheney, were in the city yesterday and
report things looking fine in their rieighbor
hood. Mrs. Geo. De Budts, one of Cleveland,
Ohio's, most accomplished ladies, arrived in
the city yesterday, ond is the guest of her
uncle, Capt Carey.
Dr. J. E. Tressler, cashier of the Pea
body bank, Peabody, accompanied by a
brother and his wife, spent yesterday in the
city. They camo down just to see the city
and spend the day.
Miss Mathews who has been visiting in
the city for a couple of weeks, and who is
a charming women of great intelligance, re
turns to her home in Kingman county, to
morrow. 31. L. Garver leaves this morning for
the east to be absent about a month, leav
ing dates and addresses for the Daily Eaole,
which he desires shall reach him every day
while on the move. He goes from here di
rect to Pennsylvania.
Prof. Steppee, who will act as principal
of the city schools, arrived in "Wichita last
night from Ohio. He has the appearance of
being a very agreeable and educated gentle
man, and will undoubtedly make a thorough
success of managing the schools.
J. G. Runnell'x, manager of the Sell's
Bros' advertising car, arrived in "Wichita
yesterday, and pretty thoroughly hilled this
place, if we may judge from the flaming
pictures of tigers, elephants, etc, to be seen,
on tho bill boards. He will leave with his
car for "Wellington to-day.
U. T. Mase, of Agricola, a town on the
Burlington road, was in the city yesterday,
no is here hunting up a location for operat
ing a steam hay press. Ho says that tho
grass in the eastern part of the state is very
short and and will not pay for blaing pur
L. H. Fisher, of Topeka, arrived in Wichi
ta yesterday. He says that the people of the
capital are. making extensive preparations
for the state fair, and that it will be a grand
success in every particular. People will bo
in attendance from all over this mil adjoin
ing static, and the exhibition will probably
be the best ever held in the wort.
Services will be held in tho various
churches of the city to-day, as follows:
Services of the Methodist church will be
held in the Rink as usual. Preaching morn
ing and evening by tho pastor, Rev. Phil
lips. Sunday school at 2:30.
Rev. J. "W. Turner will conduct services
at the A M. E. church morning and even
ing. Sunday school at the usual hour.
Rev. F. W. Harper has returned from his
summer vacation, and will preach morning
and evening at the Baptist churcli. Sun
doy school at tho usual hour. Tho Sunday
school will havo services of a welcoming na
ture, and appropriate to the return of their
pastor. The public aro cordially invited to
Rev. L G. Brown will conduct sen-ices at
Russell hall at 11 o'clock this morning.
There will bo no preaching at tho Presby
terian church to-day, but Sunday school
will be had at the regular hour.
Preaching at the Episcopal church morn
ing and evening.
Father Kellcy will hold services at the
Catholic church at 10:30 a. m., and at 7:30
in the evening.
Regular services at the other churches of
ThoWaito Union Square Comedy com
pany closed their highly successsful engage
ment in this city last evening, in "My Part
ner," to a fair audience. J. "W. Carncr, as
"Joe Saunders," tho big hearted, gener
ous partner, was greeted with storms
of applause. Miss NciUon, as "Mary Bran
don" won the sympathy and favor of her
audience Sir. J. R. "Waitc as "Major Henry
Clay Bretz" n candidate for re-election to
tho legislature, conducted the campaign on
purely Democratic principles. Tho entire
company sustained their parts in a most
creditable manner, but we think the harmo
ny of tho piece would have been sustained
much more perfect had Miss Jessie. Hoyt
been more conversant with the part of
Grace Brandon, which character she repre
sented. SPECIAL NOTICES.
NEW LIFE FOR WOMEN.
'Tia generally believed that womeu s
more subject to disease than man; such Is
not the case; but from the modes and cus
toms that Tyrant Fashion has imposed on
her, and her disregard to the laws of health,
to-day not one in ten is In perfect health.
This would be fearful were it not a fact that
Dr. L.Turner's Xcw Life for women Is a
sure smi certain cure for alt diseases and
derangements peculiar to them. It cures
whites, ulceration of the womb, hysterics,
green sickness, palpitation, headache,
smothering, drawing down pains In the
stomscbe, bowels, limbs and back. It Is a
mild yet perfect uterine regulator, In pain
ful, irregular, obstructed, suppressed or
profuse menstruation, effective in establish
ing nature In delicate young girls, also la
chance of life, aiding digestion, removing
barrenness and sterility, and all derange
ments and disease of women.
Prepared only by Dr. Louis Turner, who
makes a special practice of diseases ol wo
men, at St Louis, Mo. Pnce, S3.00 per
package. Sold by SwenUell A Dooglas
druggists, cppoitc P. O., Wichita, Kaa.
Fuller Son just received a large Invoice
of Mason's fruit jars. Call soon before they
are all gone. d9Mt
"Where do you gtt your lunch V
Whitescarver 4 Co's., ofcourte."
The best coffee and luaefc tarred by
Whitescarrer Co., southeast eorser Mala
and First street.
We are sbskibc a rtdneUoa ea all of
Stacy, Adsaw A CoV Jkaad sewed shoes for
;e . cosae Budget a pair while they are
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So Many Wonderfu
We Should Say So!"
We aro not going to advertise anything wonderful. We W01
tell you in plain English that we have a large stook and will make
Prices to Meet ComDetition!
For the next two
You will find our goods
any other house in Wichita.
Mew York Store
8T. L0DI8, FT. SCOTT c WICHITA R. R.
Will run a through passenger train to
Ft. Scott, Sunday, August .list, and will
make close connections for Kansas City.
St. Louis and Chicago trains will leave at
nine a. in. A. N. Joxks,
Fruits, oysters, short meals, at Whites
carver & Co's.
Street Car Tiektti.
All persons holding Wichita street rail
way tickets not signed across the face by
E. It. Powell or "IV will please return
them within ten days from this date for re
demption. After that time the company
will not honor them. E. R. Powell,
Successor to J. W. Hartzcll,
Wichita, Kax., Aug. 2C. 1884. d85-10t
Whltescarver&Co's. is the boss place to
get fresh fruits, celery and oysters. d89-St
Go to the first stairs east of the New
York store for photographs. 32-tf
Telephone your orders to
Freeman for back or livery.
Fresh celery and oysters every day, at
Whitescarver & Co's.
To These Goirgto Kasiu City tad Bsjoit
Please ber tn mind that the Atchison,
Topeka Santa Fe railroad runs an ele
gant chair car from Wichita to Kansas City
without change, and that It is not neces
sary to go without your breakfast to take
the popular route.
Through tickets issued to all points at
lowest rates, and baggage ehecked to desti
nation In connection therewith.
II. B. Kkklxr,
d82tf . Agent, Union Depot.
The Chicago Bargain House of which W.
B. Hull and B. B. Hull are proprietors.
These two youn r business men came to build
up a reputation for selling at the lowest pos
sible prices; to handle a class of fine and
fancy goods, such as are ususlly retailed at
large profits. Mr. W. it. Hull is now East
buying goods, and the Ladies may expect
soon to see a large line of Fall millinery)
also a complete stock ot Winter Garments.
This firm say they will sell Cloaks this tall
at prices that will astonish some of the old
merchants. Prices should come down In
Wichita. Good a have been sold at fearful
profits. Hull Brothers will have In soon,
Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Silks, Vel
vets, Hosiery, Shawls. Blankets, Yarns,
Flannels, and a select stock of Ladies'
Misses' and Children's fine shoes. The
cash system is rigedly adhered to. This Is
the modern and successful wsy of doing
ST. LOniS HPOSiriOH ASP FAIR.
Tit the Peailar St. Lemit, Ft. Set'.t ail
I will have on sale tickets for the Expoil
lion and Fair at the following rates :
From Sept. 2 to 6, at S13.G3 for the round
trip, limited to five days to return.
On Sept. 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29, and Oct. 2,
at 918.23, limited to five day to return.
From Oct. 4 to 11, Inclusive at fl3.S for
round-trip, limited to Oct, IS.
From Oct. 13 to 1C, inclusive, at S1S.26 for
round-trip, good to retnrn fire days after
date of sale.
Now is the best chance ever offered to go
to the great St, Louis Exposition and Fair.
Come one and all and avail yourself of tals
de7-tf A. . JUNES. Agent.
Kort Scott, Kansas, Aug. STtli.
TttXiSiitorcfUu Dsu Ktjtt :
Xaaaetrs St. Lni Espositsoc voald
like sutl.tics or your county, aad I would
likt a!l larormstion Ibst jou think advisa
ble to. aead, aad which would blp Issssi
graUea Into our te rrltory.
J W. IIILLXK,
d9T4l Yfee-Prest and Gea'I Tip.
Wiekiu Art OslUry eaalaes tkeir wark
atrietly aad only la pkotagrsfriu, aad do
saisa aay tia-type or cket work. A sa
aasartiew al walek, ebaayJaad raid fraasca
a - v x
weeks we will offer
for less money than. those of
FsrSaleorBxenMge foretier Prfjsrty,
One pair driving horses, one good single
horse, two ponies, one phaeton, a top bug
gy, first-class; one platlorra spring wagon
and one new farm wagon.
M. W. Jexkh,
Water street between Douglas avenue and
First street. 801m
Ladles approve of your smoking Little
Joker Tobacco. 04-60
Use the String Sealing Wax and seal your
fruit cans and jsrs without trouble. It is
alway ready. Ak your dealer for It.
Headquarters fur the sale of Hatfield
town company lots at the Wichita Land
and Loan company's office, Bauk of Com
merce rooms. 29-tf
ToTkcttSeiBf to StLnit tad Bsjsid.
Please take notice that the Saint Louis A
San Francisco railway have resumed run
ning an elegant line ot sleeping cars be
tween Wichita and Saint Louis without
Trins leave the union depot at 8:50 every
day in the year. Through tickets issued at
lowest rates to all points and baggage
checked to destination by this popular
route. U. B. Heeler,
d-82-tf Agent Union Depot.
Thoe. Shaw, or Morris, HI., will open up
In Wichita the last of this week, a big stock
of alt kinds of musical goods, pianos, or
gans, and a full stock of sheet music, music
L books, violins, accordions, and all kinds of
small instruments. Keep your eye open.
Thomas Shaw Is an old ban 1 at the busi
ness, and has come to stay. (I81tf
Farms Fr Sale.
Six well improved farms, situated In
Milton and Murdock townships, Butler
county, Kansas. Address A. Harrison,
Clarion, Sedgwick county, Kansas.
Little Joker Smoking Tobacco Is for sale
by all first-class dealers. 6440
No. 88 Douglas avenue Is where you
can rest comfortably while waiting Tor
your pictures. 32-tf
CMWtHEBUTW m CML.
The Rogers Coal Company have reduced
the prices or their celebrated Pittsburg
coal flay cents per ton, making prices from
this date as follows: Pittsburg lump, S5J0,
delivered; Pittsburg nut, 95-00 delivered.
They are also now prepared to fill orders
for the best Pennsylvania AsUracite coal at
12.59, delivered. They positively guaran?
tee their weight in every ease. Give thcra
a call. dilMr
We have received a new supply Little
Joker Smoking Tobacco.
64- Wichita Wholesale Grocer Co.
Look here, we bare K0 lots that w pro
pose to tell al prices that will surprise you.
The lots are about one-hair as fsr rrom bus
iness as other new addition. Essy terms
of payment. Call and see us before the
prices are raised wbleb will be mxo.
Bartholomew A McClexatbax.
Unas; year babtta, jar efclldren sad all
taa Vic felki to Balda-Ia k Ottergrea's, aad
b photofnpbed sritfe UgfcUiac taecd. Ja-lT
Br. W. H. aawaaa, wao kas keca ia Ue
aaiptoy ors. Beckk aa a watck awker aad
jeweler, iU apca Bp a Jeweler storjs aad
pawaarokers oB te aa Bala street, aa deer
aertk or Kaaaas Satiaaal Beat, Boedsy
Sept. 1st. d&a-u
BeyaekTs ara'a. criekratcd saw aheea tar
wasea at a rsdaetiM af arrawtrrre eeata
per pair. Ladiea, aaw la tke kaw ta cat a
wortk. A. Aim.
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Thirty Per Gent Lower That
At these btmkrnpt ml prices
treeh, clean and salalde. Coat
BOOTS & SHOES!
pated. We are offering great indooeauata in Boots sad l
the country at a sacrifice. . We want mors room,' and araat oloee them
Old Reliable Horseshoe Store, Next to the Postoffica
INNBS & ROSS. N. X T. P. O.
SIXTY DAYS CLEARANCE SALE
BOOTS JLHT1D SHOES I
RED FRONT SHOE STORE !
At that time we will offer yon aaythiag is the Boot tad Shoe Use tt or
i)f arly cost. Our stock is large tad from the beat ataaa fact ti ran of the
East, nnd this falo will be au extra cbaace to got Boots aad Shoes cheaper
than you ever got them before, as they must tell to make room for a Large
Four Doors South of the Postoaee.
W. J. BLOOMER & BRO.,
Opposite the Wholesale Grocery
TO BE SLAUG-HTERED !
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes
tVill be slaughtered for the next 80 days at the
CHBAP CASH STORK!
Douglas Ave., one door west of Citizens Bank.
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $2.25 and $3.60, reduced to $1.60.
Ladies' " " " 2.76 and 3.00, " to 2.26.
Ladies' " " " 3.26 and 8.60, " to 2.60.
Ladies' " " " 3.76 and 4.00, " to 3.00.
Ladies' " " French Kid, worth 6.00. " to 4.00.
Misses worth $2.76 and 8.00, " to 2.26.
Misses' " " " 2.00, " to 1.60.
Children's Shoes will be sold regardless of cost.
T. W. COVERDALE
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MAJOR BROS. & HOLIIDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WHOLBSLB AlTD RJEUATTj.
183 DOTJOLAS AVZVUS.
28 Main St.,
os1 oo:d.da.iwd. rjk.2srajk.a.
WUh lolDfonn ihjo.Ior Sltwlnk coonlr fct tkty kp cssttstU; n kaad a oosssst
Staple & Fancy Groceries ft Qaeensware!
Which they will sell at Wichita Prices.
Th MKBMt saarkat prie pld Str Batter,
oar stQck and leut onj arlcaa BCfsra ymrcksieJM
Uoogtit so'l m!4 oa eom&iMloa
WirJjiu Art Gsllery l the only place la
Ibeelty where yea can set lire alct pkote
grapb. au!e Irea slttlajrs aader tke ky.
Kate P. CsJsla, Usehtr ofplaaii saJ wt
rsa. For terms apply st Col. Taj lei's ear
aer or Lawreaee and Seeead streets. ST4L
To lease, for cash, for from S to 5 years,
atrsKUss stock ranch espa&ie of supaert-lag-
from 990 to M0 cattle tke year" rvsad.
Address O. Eicut Bee. WIekita Ksav
Royal Oil Co.
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Our Late Purcham at tj Grtat fenknict Safe
DBxiraaxD oa sxoaT aoncx.
LARIMER & STINSON.
assS Vmtm Yra4aas. XxajaUa
H. L, HILL'S
Horse & Mule Market,
Baswiae ATS, waft af Wtr St.
Auction Sab Daily frep N) A. M. ta 3 f. M.
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Prices Tumble !
CHICAGO BARGAIN HOUSE!
Gentlemen's Unlaundried Shirts, Lineii Bmoam and
Cuffs, worth 50c., reduced to 35c
Limit you to two each.
Lonsdale Bleached Muslin down to 7c.
Limit you to twenty yards. ,
Full -Standard Calicoes, 4c.
, Limit each oustomer to tweaty yards.
, Hall and Frost Waterproofs drop down to $1.00 per yard,
These goods are the best made, aad hare sold for mors moaey
Remember we hare a large aad complete stook of Ladies', Cattle
men's, Misses' Gkildrea's
Fall & Winter Underwear!
At low figures. PI
Hull Brothers, Promoters of Low Prices.
Will please remember that
DUCK HUNTING COATS !
Oar Stock of .Traaks is rery ezteaaire d
vALmm m au. wrrum
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