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gfcs aaticttitaiailggagXe: Sfiarsdag K0ruiiia ct0Xrr 2i, 1886.
M. 31. SlUKDOCKAUKO.. Proprietors.
KISAIi ESTATE TTEAN'SFEKij.
Tho folio wins are tho real ost"o transfers
rccorJad in lha ofllce of register of deeds yes
terday: IVm 3Iathcwson to R F Arthur, lots
li) and 71, "Washington ave, ilnthew-
L C Hamilton to E H Harris, lot 120,
E J Crow to W II "Wroughton, lots 02,
94 and 9J, Head avo, Hansom &
Kays add 1050
J Leis to P Drukker, lots 2, 4, (5 and S,
Fifth ave, Viola add 400
J McAfee to T A Hubbard, lots 1 and
y, "Wabash ave, McAfee's add 100
J McAfee to V Phillips, lot 4, "Wabash
ave, McAfee's add 50
A Knight to H W Davis, lot 4, blk 7,
Collego hill add 2000
D Meekms to J Kirk, lot 14, Green ave,
lot .'!, blk G, Foster's .sub-div 500
M A Moscr to J Bait, blk 5, Wall st,
Mover's add 1500
L Saur to J J G Kirk, lots 77 and 71),
Market st, Fitzgerald's add o2o
C 15 Louglimiller to H V lirown, lots
157 and 159. blk 11), Arms & Phillip's
J H Haminons to T L Myers, lots 0, 7,
and c hf of sw or (5-2-S-2 iv
E" A English to VT F Carter, lots 100,
103,110,112,114,110, 118, 120. 122,
121 Water sr, Enli-sh" 7th add
A M Garrison to V Glunt, commencing
at us cor lot 2 River st Lake&do add
thence n 154 ft w 50 f t s 15 ft c .",) ft..
M A Uea so to A A Amadou, lots 1, :5,
5, 7, Waco st, lipase's add
S E llollor to C W McCoy, lots 21, 20,
Green ave, Firebavjjh"t sub div
W M Sutter to S Jncque. o 1 17 ft oil' e
end lots OJ, Ul Men 1 avo, Jona,' 2ad
P P.ailly to M llailly, Joi, 1 Mathewson
ave, I'iukhain's ;.iib div
Carlield University to "W L Payne, lots
10 12, Millwood ave, University
Q W McCoy to C V McCoy, lots 24, 20,
blk ;, Gran a.-e, Fitzgerald's sub-div
E J J3uncon to F "Williams, beg at so
cor lot 12JI, Main ;;t, thr-nco s 2 ft, vr
140 ft, n 2 ft, o 1 1) ft
E J Pun?on to F Williams, lot 12!) Main
F Williams to E J Ruuson, commenc
ing at nw cor of Waterman's r add,
thence s 75 ft, e im ft, n 75 ft, w 1C0
M It Moscr to J Bolt. Jot 82, .'51, :;. IIS,
40, 42, 44, 4ti, 4S.50, 52, 51, 50, Stover
are, Maple Grove a Id
II R, Moser to J Bolt, lots 57, 5'J, 01, (KJ,
G5, 07, 09, 71, 7.'J, 75, 77, Central avo
It S Catcs to L C Murdock. lots 05. 07.
Topeka avo Hilton's apd 10C00
E P Perkins to M Matkin, lots 19,21,
Ash st Park Place add 82".
R G Mooro to E F Perkins, lots 11, 19,
21, Ash st Park Place add 075
MR Grim to A A Amidom, lot 112
Court st 000
M Gruning to E Soderatrove, lots 87, 89
Lulu ave, Lincoln st add
G H Blackwelder to A Knight, lots 2,
Notice is hereby given that M. Titteworth's
property on North Fourth Are
withdrawn from tho market.
No. 289, is
For anthracite coal, any size, call at Hack
er & Jackson's new office! H3 South Fourth
avenue or 117 North Water street, scuth of
posloffice, or telephono No. 10 South Fourth
avenue or No. J) North Water street. d!81-tf
All kinds of soft coal, hard coal (Lehigh
and Pittston), Canon City, Osage, Liberal,
Rich Hdl and Pittsburg coals, at No. 112
South Fourtli avenue and 117 Water street.
Telephono No. 10 or No. 9.
dl81-tf Hacexr & Jackson.
Do You Want
To invent in lots in Junction Town Co.'s
addition on Douglas avenue, or in lots in the
old plat of "West Wichita, or in Keyscrs ad
dition, or in "Waco avenue property close to
business, or in a 700 feet river front on Sene
ca street West Wichita, or in ono of the very
choicest lots in Brooklyn addition adjoining
M. R. Moser's residence and the beautiful
residence of A. A. Hyde on tho "hill", or in
one of tho highest.lots in Frisco 2d add, or in
from one to lifteen lots fronting on tho Little
Arkansas river in Riversido adddition, on
one of tho prettiest drives to be found in the
United States, or in a 5 or 10 or 20, or 40, or
100, or a 400 aero tract of laud, at poor men's
prices, just call on E. P. Ford, county clerk.
j, oik a, jots-'.i, -i, Dii: a, lots 2, .", 4,
blk C, lots 1, 2, 8, 5, blk D, lots 1, 2,
0, 4, blk E, lots 1, 2, 2, 4, blk F, lots
1, 2, :;, 4, blk G, lots 1, 2, 8. 4, blk II,
Itesorvc A. Hi-rhlanri Park ;kM
E Chase :o 1) M Brown, lots 101,
uik id, urmo o rnniips and
H Schweiter to C B Loughmiller, loUs
50, 52, 54, 5'i, Laiu-aa.i, Lincoln st
P. E Lawrence- to J E 21cC-rmick, lots
U.J, 101, 108,105 University avo, Law
rence'.. 0th add
Lots in .dornnian Park aic going like hot
griddle?. y'heyaro for sale at Nicdcrlan-tl'-r'..
JiiUrfl liiieivsicd in oil I'Aljitins-, licail TJili?.
Mis Emma Stile-!, an artist from Chicago,
will .soon organiifl a cla in painting. You
fansooiomjor hur work i: tho v.indow at
tin Fair utore, 147 II-iin. Wat "h th j panera
for announcement of Miss Stiles' opening,
when s!t3 v.illoxhibit her fine yah'A inc. .
Tlitnk of It.
Lot. in Morton WoInnan.s addition, front
Kitchen anil Nurse Girls Wanted.
One girl to do housework, and one girl to
take euro of children. "Wages no object
.Mrs. H. W. L3wis, corner Topeka Ave. and
We have a spacial bargain 100 acres of
fine land in east part o city for plattimr pur
pewes we will offer for a few davs. Hardy
Solomon, 827 Douglas ave. " dl25-tf
Leave a list of your property if you wish it
sold quick. Hardy Solomon, 827 Douglas
Stolen from Wichita, Sunday morning,
September 5th, ioSO, one light sorrel hoivu,
sixteen hands high, several barbed wire cuts
on breat, bald faced, a littlo thick winded,
eight years old, shod all, round. Ono light
bay horse, eight years old, about sixteen
bauds high, star in forehead, ono white hind
foot, fistula mark, weighs about 1,100 pounds,
trots in harness and paces under saddle, shod
all round. 25 dollars each for return of
horses, or $100 for horses and thief. Address
City Marshal, Wichita, Kansas. d90-tf
Anthracite coal, any size. Coll at Wichita
Coal and Fuel Co., 151 North Main street oft
618 East Douglas avenuo and leave your or
ders, or ring telephone 99. 130-tf
All kinds hard and soft coal. Wichita
Coal and Fuel Co., 151 North Main street,
or 018 East Douglas ave. Telephone GO.
the finest operator west, is
We have a largo list of dwellings and
stores for rent. Hardy Solomon, 327 Doug
las Ave. dl25-tf
Harper for Hay.
Harper in car lo
v nto lor nr
j & Sox, Harper, Kan.
Watch for it The first symptom of true
croup is hoarseness, and if Chamberlain's
Cough Remody is freely given at once and I
the doses frequently repeated the dread di3
case may bo entirely prevented and all dan
ger and anxiety avoided. Sold by Aldrich
& Brown and J. P. Allen. 120-tf
For sale. Some choice acre lots. Call on
J. E. Humphrey Jr., with Lombard Mort
gage Co. dll3-tf
Before buying your winter clothing give
the Queen City Clothing House a call, exam
ine their goods and get prices. Corner Doug
las and Topeka aves, Wichita, Kan. 109-tf
Headache, bilious disorders and constipa
tion are cured by St. Patrick's Pill3. They
are tho most pleasant and most effectual phy
sic iuuse. J. P. Allen and Aldrich & Brown
Dr. C. C. Furley.
Contintues in tho regular practice of medicine
Office in Furley building, opposite the Man
hattan. Residence, 1014 North Lawrence avenue.
Telephone No. 110. d52-cod-2m
We have a larg
parts of the city.
3 list of property in nil
Call and examine our list.
827 Douglas avo.
Druggists' liquor statements can bo pro
cured at this ollicu at 1 per thousand, post
age extra. c!95-tf
A new hotel in this city, handsomely furn
ished, for salo. Hardy Solomon, S27 Douglas
parties who will build. Come before the
choicest lols are gone. Addition just platted.
Many lots already sold. The location and
price of lh"-e lots make them a better invest
ment than government bonds. Moiton Woll
man & Co. 1GS North Main street. 188-lt
rCe iv Savings Dank.
Lots in Morton Wollman's magnificent
now addition in northern part of city $75
each; $25 cash, balnuco $5 a month. Lots
selling fast; apply immediately.
Mouto:,' Woi.lmax & Co.
183 North Main street.
KlilendM Oiiiinrtunltr to Get a Home. ,
Lots in Morton Wollman's addition, splen
didly located in northern part of the city,
$75 oich; $25 cash, balance $5 a month. Ap
MOItTOX WOLLMAN t Co.,
d!88-!t 18SN. Main st.
We havo forty acres of land on tho top of
College Hill which is offered at a bargain.
Hardy Solomon, 827 Douglas Ave. dl25-tf
Tho Frisco Jjlno
Are selling very low round-trip tickets to
St. Louis. This is tho only lino from Wich
ita that runs its trains solid into tho Union
depot at St. Louis. For full particulars call
at the Frisco ticket office, 119 North Main
Take the Frisco Line
For the St. Louis exposition. Double daily
trains run solid to St. Louis and the only line
that can offer this unsurpassed service.
Pullman sleeping cars on trains leaving union
depot every morning at 9:25, and elegant
now reclining chair cars on trains leaving
every evening at 9:20. For tickets, etc., call
at FrLs'o ticket ollice, 111) N. Main street, or
at union depot. 105tf
I have 400 acres of land on tho Ft. Scott
Railroad near tho Garfield University which
I offer at a low figure. This laud is nicely
located for an addition to tho citv. Also a
quarter section on tlu Frisco Railroad well
adapted for the simo purpose ; Prico very
low. For navli! rlars call on
182 10 1. ' E. P. Ford, County Clerk.
Aero lots ff.r sulo in Stewarts subdivision
one and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield University, the cheapest
and most dosirablo residence property in
Sedgwick county, terms easy. Enquire of
A. T. Owen, at Hnlton& Ruggles, ollice over
Wichita Natianal bank, or Bayley, Bros, ct
Co., 110 North Market .street. dOO-tf
A good -eard cutter in first-class order.
Will sell cheap. Enquire at this office. dS9-tf
A Regular Avalanche
Cheap Ilscursion Kates to tho St. J.ouls Exposi
tion la Trisco Liinc.
Tho Frisco line now have on sale round
trip tickets to St. Louis at very low rates.
Please bear in mind that the Frisco is the on
ly lino from Wichita that runs double daily
trains solid to St. Louis without change of
cars of any kind. Pullman palace cars on
trains leaving Union depot at 9:25 every
morning, and elegnut free reclining chair
cars on trains leaving here at 9:20 every
evening. For further information call on
W. D. Murdock, ticket agent, 119 North
Main street, and Union depot, or F. D. Rus
sell, general western agent, 827 Douglas avo
To Township Officers.
The Eagle Printing house have in stock
all the blanks that are used by them in their
business, also justice dockets, civil and
cirminal combined, at as low a figure as any
establishment in tho west w7-tf
Tho Eagle printing and blank book es
tablishment is prepared to do all kinds of
job printing and blank book making, guar
anteeing their work to be first-class in every
respect. All counter work, checks, bonds,
perforated, numbered or looso at prices
equal to Kansas City or St. Louis.
I make a specialty of selling Douglas ave.
and College Hill, property. Bring in your
list if you wish to sell.
dl25-tf. 827 Douglas ave.
Tho traveling man".? favorite medicino is
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. J. I'. Allen and Aldrich & Brown.
Tho mo?t convincing evidence of the great
value of Chamberlain'.-, Cough Remedy is a
fairtiial. J. P. Allen and Aldrich & Brown.
If you would not havo consumption, euro
your cough or cold while you can. Cham
berlain's Cough Remody will do it
Will sell milk at 4 cents per quart at tho
milk depot 307 East Douglas avenue. d58-tf
Mrs. M. KJoiite will s?H her
until all arojold.
foods at eo.?t
Tho regular weekly shoot that takes place
at the fair grounds in West Wichita, will be
shot every Thursday. Shooting commences
at 1 o'clock sharp. These nro becoming very
popular, ? it gives all who enjoy in field
spot u a t-hanco to onjov an afternoon'. sport
at a smalt expense. The object of these
shoots is to promote wing shooting without
tin merciless slaughter of game bird, and
place j cv ery shooter on an equal footing.
Get your guns cleaned out and take tlio
street cars that come direct lo tho grounds,
and havo some sport. J. F. Statfokd.
l'ord'.i Second Addition. "
North Mam street ear.? run to this addition
overy twenty minutes. Tho land i-. high
with sufficient fall for perfect drainage.
The water is excellent, and is readied at a
depth of 25 to V) feet. Tho lots are 100 feet
wide by .VU foot ;u depth, and are the si: of
eight 25 feet by 150 fevt lots, and are selling
for .$500 cn-di right along, or at the rate of
$02.5) for 2 feet fronts. Nearly fortv acres
of this addition is already sold. 1 also havo
n beautiful ten acre tract adjoining this ad
dition at a low price. Terms are as reason
able as tin niot unreasonable mau can ask
for. Don't pay from $150 to $250 for 25 feet
lots when you can get them near tho business
part of tho city for $02.50. Call on E. P.
Ford, count- clerk. dl82-10t
Hats from 25s to $1.00 worth twice tho
amount. Hand-knit all-wool hoods at Mrs
Klents. 331-St '
A full Hue of cloak., underwear, corsets.
but!es, handkerchiefs, ostrich feathers, birds
wings, ribbons, velvet, plushes; be sure juid
get bargains at Mrs. Klentz. 181-St
Tho business men should all leavo their
orders for any kind of coal with Hacker &
Jnckson, the largest coal dealers iu tho south
west. -sho w ill keep tho lnrgest stock of coal
on hand of any coal dealers in the city. We
aro now ste-riug numbers of cars of" Canon
for bad weather in winter when storms and
Enow blockades will prevent transportation,
as in previous winters. Look to your inter
est and leavo your orders where tho greatest
supply is kept.' 131-tf
Notice The up-iown office of the Wichita
Coal and Fuel Co. is still the most convenient
place to order your coaL In going to and
from your business stop in and see our sam
pler. No. 151 North Main street, Citv or.
ders promptly filled. ltf
Madam Cultu, from London, has opened
her dreasmakiug parlors in Robinson & Mil
ler's building, second lloor. She is a first
class cutter, having done business in the east
for years. Has all the latest styles. Freuch
booia and patterns. 132-3t
For tho benefit of our natrons we. h.ivn trm
offices, where tho proprietors or one of the j
other officers are always on nana to welcome
you. All orders promptly filled.
131-tf Hackeu & Jackso.v.
"What is the use.
Of paying out one half a good salary for
rent, when you cau buy five acres in Ford's
third addition for $000 00 one half cash, the
balance in one year at t per cent, interest.
The very best of land, and within a short
distance of the city. Hero is a chance for a
cheap home; and a good living. Call on
183 10 t. E. P. Fono, County Clerk".
Money to Loan at Sight.
I can close a good city loin at lowest rates
in three hours any d.iv "in the week. S. W.
Cooper, 187 Main street. d-60-tf
Call On: Call On!! Call On!!!
11 P. Ford, county clerk, at any hour in
tlu day or night. Tho lowest prices and
eaiet terms for tho best bargains iu real es
tate lobs found in Sedgwick county, and ver
ily ycu shall not bo disapointed. 182-10t
Cholco v,aco Avenue Property.
I havo somo very choice property on this
street, which is ono of tho finest avenues in
tho city, 115 feet cast front running back 225
foot to tho Littlo Arkansas river, opposite
Riversido park. A charming location for a
residence; lias a three-room house, nearly
new, and is well set with fruit and thade
trees. Also, 150 fc-et west front on tho cor
ner of Pine and Waco with two three-room
houses. Prices very reasonable and terms
casv. Call on L. P. r ono, county clerk.
Hydraulic l'ress llrick.
We have tho agency for tho above named
press brick and can lurnish them on s hort no
tice to any contractor or builder. Tho best
brick iu the market for nice fi out; of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jackscu, corner of
Fourtli and Douglas avenues, or 117 Water
IJuy No Tickets
This morning for tho St. Louis Exposition
until you have first consulted tho agent of
the Frisco line, at 119 North Main street.
Cheap Excursion ltatcs to St. Louis Exposition.
Persons desiring to attend the St. Louis
Exposition should bear iu mind that the Fort
Scott route is fifty miles shorter than any
other line, and that rates by this popular
people's route are always as low as tho low
est. For full particulars call on E. A.
Smith, at city ticket office, 109, Main street.
C. P. Rector, Div. Pass. Agt.
The lioyal Museum of Anatomy.
The Royal Museum of Auntomy now on
exhibition at the. postofiice building has
tho finest collection of anatomical models
that has ever been seen outside the seclu-ions
of the Royal college of surgeons. Open daily
from S a. m. to 10 p. m. for gentlemen; Fri
day from 1 to (5 exclusively for ladies. Ad
mission, 25c. ICO-Ct"'1
Wo will be pleased to havo strangers and
citizens visit our office. We havo at all
times elegant teams to drive them to all
parts of tho city, and if not wishing to buy,
it will give us pleasure to show them our
live, thriving and beautiful city.
dl25-tf 827 Douglas Ave.
For the beueiit of our patrons we have
opened an uptown ofil'-c at 151 North Main
st, in addition to our Douglas avenue office.
All orders promptly Idled, Wichita Coal
and Fuel Co. " IGO-tf
Business men may call and leavo their or
ders with the Wichita Coal and Fuel Co. at
151 North Mam street, thus saving the ne
cessity of ordering by telephone. 130-tf
l'ortralts In OH.
Persons desiriujr portraits in oil. of them
selves or their children, minted from life
sittings, can secure satisfactory work on
reasonable terms bv calling at the art studio
of MissNottio Williams at No. 115 North
Topeka avenue, in the Davidson & Throck
morton building, uj-stairs. Anv one who
has a distinct and life-liko photo of a deceased
friend or child which thev desire reproduced
in oil and life size, can have the work done
on satisfactory terms.
A limited number of pupils will be taken
under instruction. dl27tf
Notice to ltallders.
All kinds of building stone constantlv on
baud. Call on the Augusta Stone company,
702 East Douglas avenue. dll4-tf
I havo some acre lots that 1 would like to
trade for inside residence or business prop
erty. Call on J. E. Humphrey Jr., with
Lombard Mortgage Co. " dll3-tf
Having sold my house I am compelled to
close out my business. I will tell all my
goods and fixtures very cheap.
dl24-tf John Sciiott.
The Wichiti Eagle printing house keeps
in stock a complete lino of justice and lesral
blanks and township blanks of all kinds.
Wc make a specialty of renting dwellings
and stores and collecting rents. Place vour
collections and houses with us, we will eive
I them prompt attention. Hardy Solomon,
327 Douglas Ave. " d!25-tf
V.'lll do nil kinds of carpenter r.nd JoIkct work on
Jluiri notice. Ptairy. Suilr Railings Fish Doors,
I.Hude, Door .und Window Frames and Scrcccs.
Rs!deuco on Lawrence
Poitotuce bos 2-17.
r"aop, IKS Kaln Mrect.
VEEDENBUEG-H ' S-
Masquerade Costume and WI5 Emporium.
Will open for the season November 1st with a full
and complete Hue of Costumes. Wl:, MasSs.ctc to
rent for iloU. l'artlos Tableaux, etc.
Our patrons 111 do well to make their date and
place their orders early to ensure best attrntinn
Cut 11 our roomi are completed, addrt P O. Eoz
ST, Wlddta, Kan.
4 MSjHEMIVf Tr -
Our House Is Too Small to Hold Our Immense Stock: of
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks,
We Will Make Cuts in Every Department
Until Stock is Reduced
KETW YORK STORE,
-:- OR-:- WOMAN
Either who will not save a dollar when convincing proof Is shown
that that dollar and many others can be saved.
Our Cloak Sale,
Like many of our other sales, has convinced us that the people
Wichita and surroundings appreciate the bargains we are ri
constantly orrering at our spacious store.
OUR TAILOR-MADE SUITS
Are commanding wide attention and being selected by
a large number of the best dressed gentlemen in the city,
because they are sold at S3 1-3 per cent less cost than
ordered suits from merchant tailors. In this department
we do not carry ordinary custom work, but PEKPECT
JbTlTING TAILOR-MADE SUITS. Workmanship, style
' and material shown upon inspection. Always remember
S. GOLDSTEIN & CO.,
422 Bast Douglas Avenue.
L T. EI'.OWK.
Ocaicrj in choice Easiness ;
y. I. MAP.Tiy. Attorney at-Lav.
El. O?. BBOW5T 3c CO.,
ESTATE AND LOAN BROKERS.
;nd Ilcjidcuco Propprty, Farm1?. Ranches, and A"ro I'ropcrty. Tloom3 2 and i
S27 K. Douglas Art',
THE ENTERPRISE, THIS WEEK.
We will sell goods at bankrupt prices, and we will givo you just
what we advertise.
NO OLD STOCK.
NO OLD STYLES.
NO WORN OUT GOODS!
But new goods, sweet and clean. We are going to spend no money
or flowers for an opening, but have an opening on prices.
Go somewhere else and get the flowers and picture
cards. Come to us and get the bargains.
THE ENTERPRISE !
I Knifing prices on Cloaks,
Sheriff's prices on Underwear,
Failure prices on Hosiery, m
Bankrupt prices on Worsted Goods.
Panic prices in all Departments.
109 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
LL ON TOP.
rices Lower Than The Lowest.
WE PLACE ON SALE
MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 18th,
The Following-Bargains" to Continue Throughout the Week:
100 dozen all wool scarlet un
der shirts at 33c good value at 65c.
75 dozen ladies' all wool scarlet
vests at 59c. Price elsewhere
125 bed comforts at 59c worth
5 cases Canton Flannel at 4c
worth 8 l-3c.
150 dozen men's all wool socks
12c worth 25c.
100 dozen ladies' all wool knit
hose 19c worth 35c.
500 dozen children's Jersey caps
at 2c cheap at 10c.
850 dozen plumes, all shades, at
24c, 39c, 54c, 73c and 98c, worth
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
ON THURSDAY, OCT. 21st,
We throw on our counter 250
dozen linen Huck and Damask
Towels, which are usually sold for
30c, 35c and 40c. All these goods -shall
be placed together. Your
choice, 19c. Towels on display
in the store during the week.
Just received, 500 dozen lad las'
embroidered hem-stitched col
ored bordered linen handker
chiefs, which we are marking at
350 packages Hamburg edge
and insertings that have nuen
purchased at 50 centg on the dol
lar. Wc give you tho benefit this
week of 75 packages all silk plueh
In all the latest colorings, nevor
before offered for less than $1.75,
we of for this week at $1.03.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK OF
Short Wraos and Jackets
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
The Largest Line in the City and at Prices that Make the Closest Shopper Purchase.
! We are having an Immense trade in our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT wnicri please
j give attention to and ask for prices. While in the rear part of our stove give
I our SHOE LINE a thorough examination and if in want of Shoes or Boots we are confident
of your patronage.
Mr. Conn leaves this
MaHCflUMIlrr Af finTnnJrjwl T?vt rjir-tsm T
Iron and Slate roofltis; hy exiperVneed worLMen, re
.rt?"1' puttering aad rpoutfos tlons with t.cataess
tyEsainttcs nsd dtsircs fmnliitxi en Btort notice
EAGLE COHNICE WORKS.
Just north of she Occident!.
j morning for the
Oil Arrival they
hnon wivor? "Htt rnir "ElSQtP.-m "RnVPVtn OfVmP. OT1 at, OUCe. OU1'
for the East, where he intends purchasing many lines of goods at depressed
will lie Advertised.
ffafet Our Space.
WALLENSTELKT & COHN.