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WHAT SHALL WE WEAR?
FASHIONS THAT ARE APPROVED AT
HOME AND ABROAD.
2fw Features of Tailor aiade Gowns A
Stylish and. Eocodlag; "Walking Co
tuxno lUubtratod and Described Of Fine
English. Tweed and 3asculine Cut.
Tailor made clothes cease to resemble
each other with almost mathematical ex
actness, but have all a style of their own,
and almost every costume differs in some
particular from its neighbor. The plain
severity of the mora manly style is often
tempered by charming little innovations in
braiding, draping, etc, which, -without be
ing frivolous, Rive a coquettish look to
really useful gowns.
A pretty tailor made costume in one ol
the most popular and becoming styles ia
.shown in the cut. This is of fine English
tweed, with a trimmed side panel and a
natty jacket of masculine cut, oxening ovei
a ebeckod waistcoat.
"VTortlij- of Mention.
Colored ribbon velvet, in white, very
1 ght and every dark shade, is quite a feat
ure of tho season, and can be had from loss
than an inch wide to several inches. It
runs round tho edges of drostias, usually in
three or five rows; trims bodices, parasols,
hats and bonnsts, and generally expends
itself in lavish profusion. It is now often
worn around bare throats in the even
ing. Small eoliarets of piece velvet, shaped
to fit the ne ck, are beginning to appear,
and one recently worn was fringed with
pearls and heuded with a single row of
diamonds. Jet coronets, long discarded,
are quite to the fore agai, and may be
seen run through fluffy hair, or on bonnets
:unong masses of flowers. Anything fanci
ful in the way of coronets, large combs
(but not high ones), or expansive pin heads
now appear in fully dressed heads or smart
lists and Ilonnots.
Hats have low crowns, some nro minus
tam altogether, and bonne:s appear tc
grow "sunall by degrees and beautifuilj
less." In fact, on soma youthful heads,
where the hair is profuse, it is possible at
fii-st sight to doubt tho existence of a bon
net at all. All the front hair is drawn for
ward and a good deal puffed, all tho back
is drawn up and arranged in three hori
y.ontal rows, and bolween is the lace but
terlly or handful of flowers that the wearei
is pleased to call her bonnet. Othor bon
nets are, however, larger, and most beauti
f 'il in make and matsrial. The lace straw
hats, with their dainty velvet or lace bows,
Inkling a few flowers, aro quite things ol
riufjcr Itincri ior 3Ion.
The beauty and large nuniuar of rings
now worn by man can be seen in every
pl.ice that mu frequent. These rings, ac
cording to Elsie J3ea in Jewelers' Circular,
..re worn on the third aud little fingers of
t,ie right hand, the same now adorned by
v omen. Men's rings are larger and richer
tlirn ever. They are usually of deep yellow
gold twisted and cha&ed, audbet with large
emeralds, rubies and diamonds, used sepa
rate Iv or combined.
Men do not always wear masculine rings.
Diamond solitaires mounted like those in
ladies' rings are frequently worn on the
third finger, and circlets and odd rings set
n ith smaller stones on the fourth finger.
Gaiters of finest bluck cloth, or of colors
to match the gown, lined in most cases
with satin, are to be much worn this sea
h )n for wearing over walking shoes. They
are cooler and easier tlian boots and answer
t he same jmrpose, for town wear especial
ly Tho best ones are most carefully mada
and fit-Ukt and button up like a boot.
Gloves of Forfmnert Russian Leather.
Russian leather gloves perfumed with
the original odor that comus from the
leather are being worn uow. They are
rather stout, lmt not olumsy, and aro made
in mahogany and tun and brown shades.
JCovflvio-s in 3Iillinery.
Among novelties iu millinery are the
flower toques, which promise to bo popular
this season for youthful heads, one in corn
flowers and yellow crocus on a rolled band
of blue velvet, and another of cowslips,
with two largo black laco butterflies, being
especially pretty. A fancy black crinoline
h.it, much bent up and almost hidden by a
mass of shaded cornfi -wers, is finished off
at the back with a band of the field bloa
bonis resting on the hair.
Among bonnets is onecompoiod of bands
of rollod red velvet, with larg half boads
of cut jot placed in between, two red silk
rosettes and a larso butterfly of black lace.
Another of cream Tuscan, edged with
tinted lilac, had the oatm space above laced
r.cross with gold ribbon, which emerged at
i le beck and formed strhiRs.
A favorite model for a widow's bonnet is
here illustrated. It has a fulled crape
front, with, the veil forming the point in
f- r" Tbe Henna and bsujfc.
!-- Tiini i n I iirmwir -
Then Baby -was sick, we gave ber Castoria,
Whzn ahe was a Oukl, she cried for Castoria,
TVhen sbe bcoame Site, she clung to Castoria,
fiTien die had Chililren, she gave them Castors,
PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE.
Some Wonderful Achievements in Sur
gery Caffeine a Temporary Stimulant.
At a recent sitting of the Surgical con
gress at Berlin. Professor Gluck, of Berlin,
gave an exhibition showing a most valu
able advance in surgery namely, the suc
cessful substitution of catgut, ivory and
bone freed from chalk for defects in bones,
muscles and nerve sinews. The juices of
the body are sucked up in the inserted ma
terial, thereby establishing the junction of
the separated ends, without any shortening
of the part. Ho presented the cases of pa
tients in whom there had besn an insertion
ef from six to ten centimeters of catgut to
supply defects in tho leaders of the hands,
to which complete mobility had been re
stored. This case has previously bsen im
possible. In the cose of another patient
Professor Gluck removed a tumor from tho
thigh, causing a considerable defect in the
bone. lie inserted ivory, and no shorten
ing ensued. In another case he removed a
large piece of nerve in the groin and in
serted catgut, and the functions remained
completely satisfactory. These are consid
ered wonderful achievements.
Thi Action of Caffeine.
Professor Germain S3Q recently gave an
account of researches he had undertaken
on the action of caffeine on the motor and
respiratory functions in a state of inanition
and in a nonrn:! state, the conclusions of
which are summed up by the Paris corre
spondent of The Boston Medical and Snr
gical Journal. Among these the following
are of most general interest:
Caffeine in small and repeated doses,
about sixty centigrams per day, which may
be prescribed with advantage to boldiers on
the march, facilitates muscular work in
augmenting the activity, not directly of
the niUBcle itself, but of the motor nervous
system, cerebral as well as medullary. The
consequence of this double action is to di
minish the sensation pf effort and to avert
fatigue, which constitutes a nervous and
at the same time a chemical phenomenon.
Caffeine prevents breathlessness and palpi
tations consecutive to effort, which is of
Caffeine has not, as is generally believed,
the marvelous property of replacing food;
it only replaces tho general tonic excitation
which the ingestion of food produces. If
it be admitted that it is the direct and in
stantaneous action of the aliments which
stimulate the stomach and the nervous
system, and that their alimentary value is
primarily nothing, one might substitute
one stimulant for another. Caffeine, far
from sparing the reserves, will place a fast
ing man in a position to undertake his
work only by attacking these reserves, tho
destruction of which it hastens by the ex
citation of tho nervous system, and, by its
medium, that of the muscles. The organ
ism will then soon use up its nutritive sup
ply, and the caffeine will not prevent it.
It is, nevertheless, of incontestable, but
temporary, utility for the physical forces
Runabout of the Nails.
Runabout is a very annoying complaint.
Ordinarily, it does not cause much trouble
or discomfort. Sometimes, however, it
may assume a very painful and trying
character. It consists of an inflammation
of the root (matrix) and skin about the
nail. It may not extend boyond tho root.
Usually, however, it does extend so as to
involve the adjacent soft parts. It may be
caused by au external injury, as a bruise
by a pressure upon the end of the nail, by
a foreign body passed under the nail, as a
splinter, or by somo constitutional taint.
Medical Classics says that when the trou
ble is caused by an injury the treatment
must be conducted with reference to the
degieo aud nature of the injury. If a
splinter has gotten in, it must be removed,
and tho inflammation and irritation which
it h:is caused can thenba readily controlled
by means of arnicated extract of hama
melLs. Application also of this prepara
tion is all that is necessary where tho in
jury is from a blow, or n squeeze, from the
finger nail having been caught in the door
or tho like. It need hardly bo said that tho
injured nail and finger must havo rest.
Using the affected finger at such a time is
folly and will lead to the loss of the nail.
A Simple and Ifi'ective Astringent.
Blackberry root has been recommended
as one of the simplest, most effective and
least harmful remedies we have ever tried
for diarrhea. Cleanse the root carefully,
break it into small pieces, pour over it boil
ing water and let it simmer in an earthen
dh.li. Pour off tho infusion, add sugar to
taste and ghoittothe patient as maybe
needed. "A remarkable property of black
berry root, is that, although to tho taste it
displays but little stringency, it is more
efficacious than other drugs, richer in tan
nin, and in its after effects seldom causes
the costivenes3 which is so often experi
enced with the more powerful astringent
medicines." In Ubing blackberry root thus
one avoids all contact with alcohol neces
sary where blackberry cordial is taken.
A Good Garjrlo for Soro Throat.
The following is recommended by Hall's
Journal of Health as a good gargle for soro
throat: Vinegar, one wineglassful; hone-,
two tablespoonfuls; water, half a tumbler
ful. Pour the water on to the honey and
stir it up; add tno vinegar and use cold.
Tho Obsolete Initials K. S. V. Y. Their
Ue Uiuie:e"iHary in Xeariy 32very Caso.
The initials R. S. V. P. aro, according tr
verv good social authority, almost obso
lete. Though btill used to some extent by j
engravers of cards thoy are, In nearly every
esse where such invitations are employed,
either unnecessary or impertinent. If a
man or woman sends out invitations for a
dinner and appends Ii. S. V. P., it is un- ,
questionably an iutimation that the par- !
sou receiving the invitation has not sense
ccough to answer it. An invitation to
dinner, after all, is nothing more nor less
than a personal note, and a personal note
ae&ianas an 'immediate response, and no
body who has any knowledge of good form I
would tail to maice tnat answer just as
prompt ss circumstances permitted.
A Pew Sipiis of Good Breeding.
A well bred woman a; vays thanks the
man who gives her a fccai ,n the street car,
and does it in a quiet and not in an effusive j
She does not declare that she never rides
in street cars.
Sho doesn't talk loud in public places.
She doesn't shove or push to get the best
seat, and sho doesn't wonder why in the
world people carry children in the cars,
and why they permit them to cry.
She doesn't want to be a man, and she
doesn't try to imitate him by adopting
She doesn't say she hates women, and she i
has some good, true friends among them.
She doesn't wear boots without their but- j
tons or a frock that naeds mendinsr.
She does not wear on the street a dress
only fitted to tho house or cirriae.
She docs not wear a torn glove, when n
needle and thread and a few stitches would
make it all risht.
PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE.
The; Antiseptics Properties of CofFe Deaf
ness Cnnetl bj- Utlajf tha Telephone.
From obscrvaticas rccentlv made as to !
tbe destructive povrcr of coftee on varioxia
microlxs, Dr. Luderitz has 7ound. accord
ing to The Lancet, thst the orj?anns all
died ia a longer or shorter period a. g., in
one aeries of ocrpar-nocats anthrax baciUi
were destroyed in three hocrs, anthrax
spores in four tveks, cholera bacilli in four
hours, and the streptocoocc of eryeipelas in
one day. It tras, ho-arevcr, rcrssi'kable thst
cood.caSr anriAsd coiiiircdaccdi3re-J
dsely similar effects. He believes tlrat, as
previous observers have suggested, the an
tiseptic effect of coffee does not depend on
the caffeine it contains, but oa the empy
reumatic oils developed by roasting.
Deafness and the Telephone.
Dr. Franci3 Dowling, In an interesting
paper read before tho Academy of Medi
cine, Cincinnati, says that there is much
more deafness in America than in Europe,
and this the doctor attributes to a mors
general use -of scientific instruments, sucn
as telephones, when one ear is used to the
exclusion .of the othor. He cited a number
of cases where he had examined telephone
operators, and -lie .generally found tharight
ear the weaker csgra, as it was used al
most entirely in telephonic ccnununication.
A remedy was to uae both cars. Either
have two autuphones or alternate the ears.
He also states thpt between the ages of
10 and 40 at least one person in three is sub
ject to a partial deafness. The great ma
jority of cases of impaired hearing data
from childhood and its dJ3Ees. Another
prolific causo was colds and carelessness in
bathing. At least one-fifth of tho cases of
impaired hearing are hereditary, and are
largely owing to a tea closa consanguinity
of the parents. Deafness is mora preva
lent among males tlian among females,
owing to the fact that the male is more ex
posed to t jo vicissitudes of climate.
Advioo to Prospective Fa3ters.
An English phj'sieian is credited with tha
following advice to thoso who would emu
late Succi and T'anner: The great thing is
to start fat. Some yearcago a fat pig was
buried in its sty for 180 drzys under thirty
feet of the chalk of a cliff at Dover; It was
dug out alive at the end of that; time, re
duced in weight from 160 pounds to 40
pounds, or no leas than 75 per cent. The
most remarkable facts connected with tho
loss of -weight are that the fat is almost
completely used up, no less than 93 per
cent, being removed: the heart loses44, the
muscles in general 42, the bones 17, while
the nervous system loses barely 2 per cent.
It is evident, therefore, that death occurs
when the stock of combustible material is
consumed, and that evory. othor tissue gives
up its components so as to suvo the nervous
system as much as possible.
The story is told that a young physician
attached to s.n English hospital has in
vented and used, it is said with success, a
machine which, in cases of cancer, will di
rect a current of eleztcity against a dis
eased cell strong enoitsh to destroy it and
at the same time will not injure a healthy
cell. Those that are destroyed are said to
turn into a hard substance that remains
without causing the patient any inconven
ience. This statement is one that many
people would bo glad to see verified.
Soon to Astonish the TTorld.
Two new antipyretics will soon burst
upon an astonished world, Popular Sci
ence News tells, so far as lengthiness of
name is concerned, at any rate a ..ylethy
lenphenylhydrazin and ethylcnphenylhy
Somo Interesting Suggestions Abotrt
To people of small er moderate means an
"afternoon tea" offers a solution of a diffi
cult problem. It is inexpensive, enjoyable,
and in its simplicity above criticism. Con
cerning this pleasing form of hospitality
Good Housekeeping has, among other use
ful suggestions, the following: When ono
feels one's house too small to comfortably
accommodate tho desired number, a good
plan is for the hostess to send otit her own
visiting card, which is, by the way, the
only correct invitation to such an affair as
this, the card, in addition to the name,
bearing the written or engraved words,
"At Home Thursdays in December."
Of course no reply is required to such in
formal invitations. The latter plan will
do away with the dangcrof a crush, as peo
ple will not naturally all select the same
day. More people, however, may be ex
pected on the fourth afternoon, as in all
such tilings procrastination is characteris
tic with many. But the guest once bidden,
let the faith of the hostess in tho simple
form of her entertainment remain perfect,
as it will if she owns the truly hospitablo
spirit. Let her remember that to ask a
friend to break one'B bread is aBiompli
ment, and to entertain according to one's
means is always in good taste.
The lady who presides over the tea urn
has a very daint' office to perform, but if
she has a correct understanding of her du
ties she will not find her place a sinecure.
Tho hostess cannot perform her task as
such and preside at the tea table, but she
will, if there bo no daughter of the house,
select some guest under her roof or au in
timate friend to act for her. It is the duty
of this person to seo that each cup of tea
which she dispenses is as perfect as it is
pobsiblo for her to make it, and one of the
first requsitos of this is heat. The English
complain that it is impossible to got a cup
of hot tea in America, and jot this difficul
ty is an easy one to overcome. But of the
method of preparing this piece de resist
ance 1 will speak later. The water boiling,
the tea "drawn," a "cozy" should be pull
ed over the toapot to keep in the steam,
with which would escape much of the
aroma. Before pouring, a little boiling
water should be left for a- few moments in
the cup. With these precautions our trans
atlantic friends will find 'no fault, though
there may bo some truth in the statement
I once heard made that their throats, like
a ship's bottom, are "coppered."
Each guest will find the way to the tea
table, and make her wishes known with
out, waiting to ba asked. Here let mo say
what wotilu hardly appear needful but for
many inquiries wl:h have proved it so.
No special introduction to the lady presid
ing is required. It is not only proper but
obligatory that the guest show breeding as
well as kindliness, by makhig, if need be,
Rn effort to enter into conversation with
her. The fr.ct of mceutig under the roof
of a mutual friend is nufScient introduc
tion. A witty aid observing person should
fill this place, that nhe m&y aid in setting
the hall of cos vacation rolling among
those she gathers about her. In the draw
ing room even qr.ito young children will
prove useful in passing biscuits, tea and
plates. Tho help of a servant will bo
needed most in quietly rcplsnishicg and
THE CURIOSITY SHOP.
A Colloction of Tnj:itlvo Facts and Ont-of-the-Ordlnarj
"Is the polite lilting of the hat as a form
of salutation a sign of our own gentilitv or
a sign of ancestral slavery" asks an Eng
lish tvriter. It seem that a learned Ger
man, in an interestinjr essay, 1ms been tak
ing the latter view. lie derive it from tbe
old custom of the unfree man uncoverinc ;
his shorn head before the freeman, in order j
to exhibit the outward asd visible sign ol
The tonsure, whether of a slave or a (
monk, beloE3 to that scries of partial mu
tilations which indic-tad that the man was
the servant cl lortl wiio held the powers
of life and death over Laoi. The owner of
the man. whether urviayor human, hnd ac
cepted u symbohcal sncrlQce instd cf the
actual and total .aacnfice to whish he had a
right. Hence, we never raise our hats in ;
compliment withont twants unconwaoua
witness to our prehistoric and barbaric an- j
eestry. It bclans to the conception of a
Kacritice, says Dr. Euchwald, that its re- j
ceiver also has title to tha use o it as
food. Hence he conclude that when we
courteously uncover our heads .to a fellow
maave-virtTiiiyjell hlo tlyii'l'has jti
right of a cannibal god or drier ever us,
and may eat us if he pleases.
Somo of 3Ir. Gladstone" Opinions.
The opinions of tho world's famous men
are always interesting. Here are a few ac
credited to the "Grand Old. Man.-"
Lord Beaconsfield was the most interest
ing political character of this century, not
excepting Mr. Pitt.
The elder X,ord Lytton was one of the
most high minded and most honorable
men in public life.
Lord Melbourne was remarkable for the
conscientious discharge of his duty towards
the erown and towards his colleagues.
There was one Homer, and he -wrote all
the Iliad and all the Odyssey.
Sir Walter Scott's best two novels are
"Kenilworth" and "The Bride of Lammer
moor." Tho marriages in George Eliot's novels
are outrages on sentiment.
The three handsomest men of their time
were the late Duke of Hamilton, Sidney
Herbert and Cardinal Manning; the three
most naturally eloquent speakers of their
day the Duke of Argyll, the late Lord El
gin and Bishop Wilberforce.
HistoricWomen X7ha Bleached Their Hai
History mentions numerous women who
have endeavored, with greater or less suc
cess, to change the color of their hatr.
Mary Queen of Scots had naturally magnif
icently glossy black hair, but after the his
toric voyage from Calais overseas to Scot
land and her reception by tho sandy haired
Scotch, she sought to give an auburn hue
to her tresses possibly, says the Argonaut,
from an aesthetic desire to be in harmony
with her environment. Unhappy Marie
Antoinette discovered a Frenchman who
had compounded a powder having the qual
ity of giving to the hair tho rich dark
brown characteristic of the madonnas
painted by many of the old masters. At
one time, in the heyday of the Roman em
pire, the wealthiest and most fashionable
of the patrician dames ate certain herbs
and took a complicated course of medical
baths, with the object of lightening the
shade of their abundant patrician hair. A
similar attempt is recorded of Arabian
beauties of the time of the Caliph Omar.
Tho Button a Rcdo of Honor.
In China the highest grade of literary
distinction is marked by a gold button
affixed on the cap of the ipdividual. The
different grades of mandarins are likewise
denoted by the color of the buttons which
they are privileged to wear. So also in
Europe a button on the front of the cap
formerly represented a mark of civil honor.
Thus Shakespeare makes Guildenstern in
Ou fortune's cap we are not the very button.
Meaning not the most highly favored.
Again, George Gascoigne, in his "Wood
manship," makes a similar allusion to the
courtly favor of one of his gallants:
His bonet buttoned n ith sold,
His conilie capu tcsrded rJI with ay.
His bombast Lose -frith liuings manifold.
Henceforward, then, let nope be guilty
of underrating the button, reflecting that,
like a good huslwnd, buttons are always
valued the more when found wanting.
Xxwi Bute's mansion, called !Mont
stuart," near Rothesay, is the largest and
costliest private palace in tho world. It is
in Gothic style and covers nearly two
acres. The halls are of marble and alabas
ter and tho rooms are finished in mahog
any, rosewood and walnut, with carved
marble fireplaces. The cost of. the man'
sion was about $9,003,000.
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in their early Stages. D-rectlons with each bottle.
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It. Powell. President. R. T- Br.Ay, T. Pres.
F. W. W.VLL'En, Jr., Cashier,
Fourth National Bant
PAID UP CAPITAL,
SURPLUS, - - -
K. T- Ban. E. B. Powell. O. J. Barnes. L. R. Colf
Amo I.. Ilouk. F. W. Waller. G. W. Larrimer Jos
Morse, B. O. GraTes.
B. Lombaiui. Jr..
J. P. AIXEX.
L. D. Skixser
TT. H. XavrxesTox,
State National Bask.
OF WICHITA, JLAlf.
John B. Carev-George 'W. Walter. W. F. Gresn.
J. P. Allen, llos Harris, J. 3r. AUtn. P. v. Mealy, B.
l.omK-jrd. Jr.. Peter Getto, L. D. Siiausr. James
At. w. Lzrr, Pres. a. W. Oliver. V. p.
L. A. "WALTON. Cr-ahler.
PAID UP CAPITAL. - - $250,000
S. H. Kohn. A. W. Oliver. M. W. Lerv, Ij. A. Wal
ton. S. T. Tuttle, X. P. Niedurlocder, WK. Tucker.
John Davldsou. J. O. Hutan.
Do a General Banking, Collecting
and Rrolceragu Business.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange
boiiffht and sold. United States bonds
of ail denominations bought and sold
County, Township aud Municipal
Want 'a ebole
Want u partner
Want a eftuatton.
Want , a servant tjlrl.
Want to 'teU a farm.
Wont to sell a house.
Wanttoyouy orll stock.
Want a good bor'a'g Hrftse.
Want to &ell groceries or-drugs
"Wam to'boll household foralturo
W.mt to make, any tartn loans.
Want to eU or trado,or anytbinc.
Want to And customers for anytalnjr,
P.EAD AND ADVERTISE IX OUR
Advertisinc obtains netr customers,
A(lurtiiln keeps old customers.
AitprtllRi:Uberny always pays.
AdvtTtKlaff makes succes ensy.
Advertising creates confiilonce.
Ail verUMns; is proof of enerjry
Advertlslns czhlblts pluck.
Advertising means 'biz,"
Ad v ert lse constantly,
X O W I
J. P. ALLEN,
Everything Kept in a Mass Drag Store
10S EAST DOUGLAS AVE,
WICHITA, - KAX.
Johu Davidson. Pioneer Lumberman
of Sedgwick County.
J5SLVBLISHED :-: IN :-: 1870.
a. Complete Stock of Pine Lumber.
Shingles, Liith, Doors, Saab,
etc., :ilt'ii3s on liaud.
ortlfo anl vards on Ioley avenue, betwpen
r)o)iK)iiiaeinie and Kirl strt-ff, llnmch j.irdiat
L'mun -lt. Ui.!aljjiua City and IZl lteno. Itid. Ter.
A !iandome llthnrapli map of tills Cltr. contln.
Snir tlie naiiie of ail the sti rati, parks, colleger and
pnhllc huilduipi. hotels, etc A complete siap.
twelve bv tlftefln inctie.. on linen sapor, can bo had
nt this offlco for 10 cnau each. ii
Yards at Wichita. Mnyfield. TTollinr
ton, Llarpcr, Attica, Gardon Plain.
Anthony, Arkansas City, Audalu and
Coal, Gravel RooHusr, Kooflng- and
TELEPHOXE XO. 104.
18th St. and -ttli Are. Wichita, Kan
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
W carry a cosple'- Hue of all kiad of B09V5
and BUaVs. ocb k. re a-5 br aaJ TsiAim AcenU
coneiimoi Dl. Mnrtri. IMiMU, Keoipt
Look. N'ot book Rent K3"r- 8"'T Pwbje
R'to'd aud Blanitk. ' atrc; Bociu. Peckct Raj
ijxu- Befej Tor Farm ajuS Ltty Vrerty. rtc Vr
ir3 by bU proioptST attecisa ts. Address
TEE WICHITA EAGLE,
Tho in correspondence with frijd in
tbe who contemplate visiting Wicbita
on hiiMn& or plea-arr m tae near fwtor.
i-nonid be advted of the srie. of bom-s-ker,
excurioD5 to V run bytbepooo
lar Frvo line from St. Lout-, to Wjcbita
on April 23, fv JO. S-pJmber 0. ptem-l-r
Hi and Ortoix-r 14. J"1!
The- ticket ar gorI to reuirn tbirty J
davs from d: of .ai and are toid t tbe j
extremely lor rat- of e fen? for tke
nnnd trip. The Frisco line Is tbe oolj ,
hne rnnnmr two daily exprfc tnuns
between S. Looia &nd Wicima -witboct ,
cnanee. D- WlSHAJfT. J
Gcaersl Pa3Sar .gcat, St. Louis, 31c J
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county, city and township officers Justice of th
peace books and blanks.
For Township Officers.
we have a complete line of blanks and books such a$
are used by township officers.
Attorney's Poeket Doekets.'
''The Lawyers' "Vade Mecum" can bo used in any State
and in any court. The most complete and conven
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an alphabetical index and a diary Index; shows at a
glance just what date a lawyer has a case In court;
keeps a complete record or the case. Handsomely
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the pocket. Endorsed Toy attorneys everywhere.
Tb8 follewtnc stronr endorsement frota CapUUn
lohnH.Ah.x-JudBe8ttho 80th JnUlcUI DUtrlct
Blale of Indiana. Ilo w rites na f ollow-
Octobr 38. 18S9.
H Is the mtwt complete nnd conolue work of th
ort I hTo ever met with 1 cannot seehovr u
I7tm.tlc. practicing lawyer cn do without It.
It iho-lld be entitled "The Lawyer's Vide iltcum."
Truly and sincerely rour.
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H. P. MUBDOCK. TH33 WICHITA EAGLE,
Business Manager. "Wichita, Kansas.
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in Premium Lists can get them out on shorter notice
than any other firm. For school catalogues we have
neat type faces Tor that especial work. Constitutions
and By-Lawa for Lodges, Building tc Loan Assocla-
School Records, Etc
xxTa riActr to ran tho
tendents. school district orxlcers and teachers to onr
line or school publications a griven below. Our sc&ool
records and books are now oeing uesd eiclulTy in
aulte a number of counties, and are superior to any
In the market: Claasif icatlon Term Record. Record or
Apportionment or State and Countv School yuxxls.
Superintendent's Record or School Visits. (Pocket
6lz), Record or Teachers' Ability, (Pocket Size), Rec
ord or Of riclal Acts. Annual Financial Reporta, An
nuil Statistical Repona, School District Cierfca
Record, School District Treasurer's Record, School
District Treasurer'rf Warrant Register, School District
Clerk's Order Book. School Teacher's Dally Register.
School District Eoundarie'i, Record Teachers Employ
ed. Receipts, Tuition Normal Institute, Receipts,
Teacher's iSxaminatlon, Regiater Normal Institute.
Orders on Treasurer, Orders on Normal Institute Paad
Orders ror Apportionment State School FunO. Orders
Dividend 6tate and Comtv Sobool Tund. OrderB en
Fund from Sale of Sclool Land. Monthly Report
School District, Promotion Cards District School
Diplomas District Schools, Pupils Monthly Report.
Loan and Investment Companies.
Books and blanks. Our Loan Register la now In use
by loan companies generally.
The Daily Eagle.
Eight pages-Contains the day and night assoclatea
press aispatcnes miuu, uu .u wwiiiioifco" i.4.fc-.
Sample copy free.
The Weekly Eagle.
Eight parsed Contains more stata and general new3
. ocrt-r ricnfirrri than anv weekly paper in the
Southwest. The latest market reports up to the hoar
of golns to prstt Sam p:e copy Tree.
Estimates promptly nrnished upon work of an r.ino. Address,
R, P. MUKDUCK, Business Manager.
HIS. Douglas at-, "Wichita, JCansaa.
seals lor JN otaries Public, corpora
tions, stock companies, lodge3, etc
Orders filled promptly. Also stock
certificates for corporations and
Btock companies, either "nrinted 01
lithographed in .elegant designs.
Wichita. Kan.. rb. U. JUSJ.
I har in your "Aturay Pockat Utk,i
aad find It itrj car.Tunlent and well trruw for
Jceepjacacoapl'ta uaemsrandaof nftefc uta jt la
jastwhata lawyer nea.!i la kaeplne a an(iUU
record of hit work.
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