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THE QUEEN OF BEAUTY.
EASILY IN WASHINGTON.
lr Julian Pftunoefoto Says Ho Jfever
Saw Other Jtoi So Beautiful T7hy Has
Sbo 2ot aianied? aiarrlage of Mr.
TayloiMiaa Miss Enxwell A Correction.
"Washeigto July It Every day I walk
down Comaectiottb arrenue, the thorough
fare wbicli most cUrectly connects the fash
ionable quarter of tho opital with the
busLoaaa-caateE, anievory tfay I look for a
oertain open oarriago drawn'by a nofc over
etylish bafc light stepping span of bays. I
am rarely disappoinlad. .Morning after
jnomiag, betrsvoea 10 and 11 o'clook, tho
bays whi$k by, affording one a mero
glimpsa Qf the occupant of tho victoria,
the loveliest woman a Asszica. Miss
Matfle Mitchell has boen-ao often described
as America's handsomest woman that some
readers may be tired of tho reiteration.
There ia, besides, a difference of opinion
about her beauty.
A oablnet minister's wife a dowager
whose opinion usually goes a great way
said to me one night last winter at a re
ception, "What, you adore Jlattie Mitch
ell that dough faced girl?" Another
damo of high degree in a bos at the opera
opposite tho Mitchells' demurely remark
ed: "So you think Mattie Mitchell a sweet
woman. So she is, so she is, and so is r,
roll of fresh butter sweet." But it ws
noticeable, just tho same, that at the
reception all eyes followed iho perfect
figure in pure white, surmounted by the
nerfecfc llfiad tlf hrnnrn :)nr1 fmm Trtrkm r
room ran the whisper, "That's she Miss
At the opera all glasses were leveled to
ward tho box in which sat the modest,
genial girl, chatting gayly between acts
with her mother and sister and Sir Julian
Pauncefote. A roll of fresh butter, a
dough face she may be, but she has the
beauty which sets all tongues wagging, all
eyes gazing, for all that. And speaking of
Sir Julian Pauncefote reminds me that the
old courtier, who has seen something of
beautiful and charming women in his
time, is very fond of Miss Mitchell. Ho
and Lady Pauncefote often drive with her
or go with her to the opera. "Miss Mitch
ell," says the British minister, "is the
most beautiful woman I ever saw." And
with this verdict I, as one ot her adorers,
am content. Sir Julian's honest praiso
outweighs all tho flings of the dowagers.
But it was not so much of Miss Mitch
ell's beauty that I tet out to write. That
is a hackneyed though glorious subject. 1
havenever yet attempted to describe her
l"auty I lack confidenco in myself. My
poor vocabulary is not equal to the task.
CoL P. Donan, of Devil's Lake and every
where, is the only man I know who could
nv. ;Mstico to tho subject; and the colonel,
who sets himself up as Sir Anthony Abso
lute ou womanly beauty, does notadmira
Miss Mitchell, moro's the pity. The col
onel, I fear, has become narrow in his
vision whilo pretending to bo comprehen
sive. "I have seen, and am porsonally ac
quainted with, all tho pretty women in
this country worth knowing," says Col.
Ronan. "Many of these famous Washing
ton beauties are so plain that they
wouldn't be considered oven comely in tho
south." This statement discloses the col
onel's weakness. He has becomo infatuat
ed with the beauty of Dixie. He has be
como so narrow in Ids rango that to him
there are no beautiful women except those
who wero born south of tho Ohio river.
To his notion Miss Mattio Thompson,
daughter of ex-Congressman Phil Thomp
son, of Kentucky, is tho most beautiful
woman of Washington. Next to her he
places tho Herbert sisters, daughters of
Congressman Herbert, of Alabama. Kittle
Cheatham, tho sprightly and talent ei
actress now with tho Daly company in
ISuropo, is another of tho colonel's favor
ites. Mattio Thompson is a tall, divine
girl; tho Herbert sistors aro perfect madon
nas, and Kittio Cheatham, in addition to
being talontcd and tho daughter of a dis
tinguished Tennessee family, is a beautiful
woman. But Mattio Mitchell reigns su
preme. She is easily the queen of beauty at
the national capital.
As sho rides down Connecticut avenue
t.liia linf. Tnnrninjr cm rnfloftt Mint sho lias
other charms than those of face and figure. !
There is nono of tho indolence of the so- '
cietr woman about her. Sho is good nat- i
urcd, happy, girlish and alert. Her friends !
Bho recognizes afar and greets with hearty,
lmnvruit air. Thoucrh she has reismed now
fivo or six seasons, both hero and in Eu
rope, sho is not blase, sho never appears '
tired, stupid or indifferent. Sho does not I
grow old. If anything sho is prettier now
than sho was fivo years a.co. She is heart-
whole and heart-young. Still better, sho
has among hor many accomplishments as
a musician, linguist and conversationalist
a good deal of tho practical and useful.
Miss Mitchell is a rare good housekeeper,
a manager and a nurso.
As we see her rolling down Connecticut
avenue sho appears too dainty for thoughts
of roasta and vegetables, of medicines and
doctors, but sho is on hor way to market.
To market she goes every morning, and
then to the druggit's and to tho shops.
Mrs. Mitchell is in poor health. At times '
she is helpless for weeks and months, and
then tho cares of the household fall upon
her daughter. They fall upon worthy and
capable, even if delieiously white andround,
shouldnp. A part of the timo Miss Matt 10
has tVd help of hor married sister, Mrs.
Handy, who is almost as beautiful aa
The Mitchell household is one in which '
love reigns. Social success has not warped
any natures there. Hero are lovely, much
courted daughters who have time to kiss
and wait upon thoir father and mother
daughters who stay in sultry Washington,
where they can bo of comfort to their
parents, while seaside, and mountain re
sorts are yearning for them and promising
them many triumphs. Not tha least of
this physically perfect Mattie's charms is
the fact that she is a sincore, unaffected,
wholesome American cirl.
When Bsbr was stdfc, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Mrss, she clunjj to Castoria,
Vhea sh had Children, she jare them Castoria,
For a Disordered Liver
25cts a Boxi
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U' iim nan uin. jji.iicU la ono ul Uio
littlo mystodea wMcli Wasntngson gos-tipejslavDtochatteff-eboat.
16 is known
thsAa&o hoxcjactcdzsoxtatiaagx ana-titled
foreigner, moratfeanonosch young taaa.
of nKaooricas-cizaoterwhljivaa dazzled
aerleas Anwriimn girl t aza wtogto
predict that aha will snaxiy tho men with
whom sho falls in lovo-thab a man
favored with her aSaotion should fail to
return it is .contingency too remote to be
considered and Id will ""V no difEerence
if ho bo poor and onknowJb And from
what I know of her, moreover, I am con
fident tho man that gets horwillwina
treasure, a good wife- and genuine help
meet. Mattio MItcholl had poouliar interest in
the moat fashionable wedding which Chi
cago has enjoyed for a yea or two. I do
not know that Miss Mitchell was oven in
vited to tho nuptials of Rosa ITarwjH,
daughter of Senator ITarwelL and Hobart
ChatfLeld Taylor, a few weeks ago, but I
venture to aay sho read tho newspaper ac
counts thereof with rare zest. Some years
ago, when he was a very young man, Ho
bart Taylor fell in love with Mattio
MitehelL Probably it was his first love,
and for a time it was a severe attack. Mr.
Taylor is a rich young man. Ho is heir to
immense land estates in Chicago. For
pome unfathomable reason his relatives
thought he was throwing himself away on
Mattie Mitchell. There is no evidence that
ho ever proposed to tho young lady, and as
likely as not ho would have been rejected
If ho had proposed. But ho was sufficient
ly infatuated to do almost anything, and
his relatives set themselves about devising
j aieans of calling him away.
At that time Mr. Taylor had not come
Into his possessions, and was living on an
allowanco which was none too large for his
extravagant tastes and luxurious habits.
Ho was almost if not quite as fond of
horses and equipages as ho was of Mattio
Mitchell, and knowing the young man's
weakness in this direction his shrewd Uncle
Chatfield was able to meet tho emergency.
"If you will give up Mattie Mitchell," said
he, "I will buy you a tally-ho and four."
Young Taylor hesitated, sighed, and was
ost. Ho choso tho tally-ho 1
We shall have to forgive Mr. Taylor on
the score of youth and inexperience. Per
haps, moreover, he had a glimmering of
the truth that Miss Mitchell was beyond
his reach, and concluded he had better
take what he could get. Xo doubt Miss
Mitchell, if sho thought seriously of the
matter ono way or the other, concluded it
was good riddance. But Taylor has turned
out well. He has developed Into a man of
character and energy. His attempt to found
an American party was a lamentable, al
most ridiculous failure, but ho has suc
ceeded in establishing at Chicago a very
good weekly literary paper, America. Tay
lor himself is a good writer, and a man of
forco and originality, who is pretty sure to
make a stir in tho world.
nis good sense and fine discrimination,
if discredited by his alleged exchange of
Mattie Mitchell for a tally-ho and four,
was finally established by his selection of
o wife. Rose Farwell is a sweet and wom
anly littlo woman. Though reared in a
wealthy and noted family sho was sim
plicity itsolf. Her best friends were poor
neighbor girls at Lako Forest, her father's
country homo on tho shore of Lako Mich
igan, a few miles north of Chicago. And
when sho was ready to bo married to the
handsome and talented young millionaire,
and all the fashionables wero in attend
ance, who did sho have for bridesmaids
but a number of her girl friends, the neigh
bor girls whose fathers wero clerks and
A little story of sweet Rose Farwell that
vas is worth telling, as all stories are that
illustrate tho womanliness and tho whole
somo American character of those of our
girls that have boon reared in luxury. Af
ter tho marriage came preparations for the
bridal tour. Tho house was full of serv
ants and plenty of willing hands wero
near, but tho bride insisted upon packing
her own trunks. "I want to know just
where everything Is," she paid. When the
trunks wero ready and train timo was near
cho sent James for the wagon. By tho
timo James and tho wagon had come tho
bndo was dressed for her journey. "Now,
James," sho said, "bo careful howyou han
dle my trunks. They are full of pretty
James was careful, for his mistress stood
by and superintended tho loading. Then
the good-by kisses wero kissed, and to tho
astonishment of all tho bride climbed upon
t ho wagon, seated horself on a trunk and
bade James drivo to the station. "I am
going to see that these trunks aro properly
checked," she said in explanation, "tho men
are so careless." And away to the station
and her bridal tour she wont amid tho
tears and laughter of hor friends and rola- j
tives. It seems almost a pity that such a
girl could not havo married a poor man in
stead of a millionaire.
Another Washington beauty whose fail
ure to wed has roused tho curiosity of tho
gossipers is Miss Leitor, elder daughter of
Levi Z. Leiter, the millionaire who made
his money in Chicago dry goods and real
estate, and who pays Secretary Blaine a
thousand dollars a month for tho privilege
ol living in tho secretary's house on Du-
Vi circle Thoro is a romance here too.
Two or throo years ago, while traveling in
Scotland, the Loiters made the acquamt-
mice of a young Scotsman of fine charac
ter and great wealth. Between him and
tho handsome American girl tho little god
dess stirred up no ond of joy and trouble
joy because the lovo was genuine and mu
tual, and trouble because the stem parent
interfered, forbado further intimacy and
whisked his daughter away to America.
They do say that Miss Leltcr is o girl of
character and determination, and that she
will wed tho yonng Scotchman or not wed
at all. There is a littlo satinfaction in
knowinc that tho rich and fashionable
havo hearts and pains just like common
From womanly beauty and tho pranks
of lovo to jingling coin is an unpleasant
descent. But I havo a duty to perform.
In my interview with tho director of the
mint a couple of weeks ago I made that
gentleman say: "The aaout of gold in our
gold coins has not been changed sine wa
first began axnags in 17u3. Tho alloy Has
bean changed, but not tho amount of pure
gold." It was very Btnpid of mo to roako
Mr. Leech say that, for ho said nothing of
the sort. What ho did say was tiat the
amount of fino silver in the standard silver
dollar has not bean changed since wo be
gan coining. Tho amount of gold in the
gold dollar has been changed soversl timas.
I make this correction cheerfully, for
whether one talk of beautiful women or
other precious things of tho world he
should endeavor to be truthful and accu
rate. Robert Geates.
aatu xxixxi TDcro.
Harry Now, Jack, stand up and tell our
guests what you know it won't take you
Jack I'll tell them what we both know
it won't take me any longer. Ycuo
"Will yon review my text book?" asked
ono author of another.
"With pleasure, my dear fellow," wa?
the brother suthori reply, "if only you
won't aak me to readit'Sonierville Jour-
SCEENGE MD PEO0BESS.
POPULAR SClENTtFIC RECREATION
AND USEFUL KNOWLEDGE.
How a FrlstlonaHBlectrical Machine Can
Be Easily SxtcjaperlBed in Any- Well
Regulated Fatally by2?res6lDj; the
HonseboldvCat I&ta Service.
Place the4egBbfia.chftir in four clean
glass tumDlcrs.tbiiisrulatei-iti'-theu lot the
person holding' the. cat ss'on the chair,
resting his ieet.,QB tdie wqMs., Then let
another person-eently-stroa tho cM,a few
times, when quite powerful sparks will
appear in the fur f poor pussy or may b
A CAT IN THE SEBYICE OF SCIENCK.
drawn from her nose by presenting tho
knuckle to it; or they may be drawn from
the chin or fingers of the person holding
the cat. It would be dangerous, however,
to attempt to draw them from the eyes.
This experiment will succeed best in a dry
and cool atmosphere, and tho hand of tho
person stroking the fur should be warm
and free from moisture.
Very good sparks can be obtained with
out insulating the chair at all, but tho re
sults are more brilliant when this is done.
The only drawback to this experiment is
the total lack of scientific enthusiasm in
the average cat, which is likely to object
most strenuously against the repetition of
the development of electrical energy. The
electricity thus produced is generated by
the friction between the hand and the fur,
and does not differ from that produced by
any frictional electrical machine. The ac
companying illustration is reproduced
from La Nature and was recently de
scribed in Popular Science News.
For tho Higher Education of Women.
A noteworthy event in tho movement for
tho higher education of women was tho
laying of the foundation stone of tho
Janet buildings at Trinity college, Mel
bourne, Australia. In 1688 Trinity college
authorities decided, with some misgivings,
to admit women students to their lectures,
and a house in the neighborhood of tho
college was rented as a residence for lady
students. To put this homo on a perma
nent basis Lady Clarke promised a dona
tion of 5,000, which will go far toward
defraying tho cost of the new building.
Sir M. H. Davies has givon 3,000 as tho
nucleus of an wndowment fund. Miss
Hensley, a former student of Newnham
college, has been engaged by the council as
lady principal of what will bo tho first
Australian women's college.
An JElectrlcal Tricycle.
The constitutionally tired person will be
interested in a recent suggestion that elec
tricity can bo advantageously applied to
the tricycle. An electrical journal affirms
the practicability of an electrical tricycla
and says that power for charging the bat
teries would not be hard to And, as tho
electric light is generally available. It il
claimed that tolerable success has already
been attained with such machines; tho
power required is not large, and the neces
sary weight of battery and motor can bo
brought within quite reasonable limits.
A Perfect Pendulum.
A perfect pendulum is produced, accord
ing to an English physician, by suspend
ing a lead shot by a single fiber of cocoon
silkln a vacuum. The shot, one-sixteenth
of an inch in diameter, weighs one-third
of a gram, is suspended by a two foot fiber
and is placed in a tuba three-quarters of
un inch internal diameter. It has a vibra
tional range of a quarter of an inch on
each side of mid position, tho vacuum be
ing equivalent to one-tonth of a millionth
of an atmosphere.
To Itlako Holes In Steel.
"Sometimes," writes a correspondent of
a trade paper, "I havo had to make holes
in steel that was too hard to cut or file eas
ily. Then I make a mixture that will cut
a hole I mix oue ounce of sulphate of
copper, quartor of an ounce of alum, half
ateaspoonful of powdered salt, a gill of
vinegar and twenty drops of nitric acid.
This will make tho hole, or if it ia washed
off quickly it will give a beautiful frosted
appearance to tho metal."
A Crematory Urn.
The elaborate object illustrated herewith
represents, bo Tho Jewelers' Circular says,
a crematory urn of the latest fashion.
Tho bowl iB mado of tho finest crystal
glass, mounted in elaborately decor&ted
Bilvor. A crest surmounts the urn, which
LATEST ETTW OT CSSMATOIiT T3X
shows In c&ia& 3apocio emblezis and
duction of a Leatha jfareler, awi is un- i
doubtedly a jcrctqrtitns, bns most people '
would prefer, pjotablj, an. urn which (
would aaltfa "tie sues of their strer'
She lant ft aooe time Deck, that we
broke erir- eagraaejt?
She JSrcaraa. every cso has stopped tlk
lnjrabaut it. Ssuieers Weekly.
Some tMaxBocae fcrcociies are mace oi
ujinjatorea, hand painted on ivory, with
beaded edgea f-pearl3 and diamonds alter-
For cricket lovers there is a miniAture J
wicket composed of three uprixht gold j
barunarountdbjrRrowof raifc to do
.tnta jut a tuuLcf nin. Jewelers Soriew. 1
f U i. 1:J I
-tags? fli loaouiiu r
scouring sxap which has no equal
for all cleaning purposes exaeptiri
the kundryTo use it is tovalue ft-
"What Trill SAF0IIO do i Why it Tf ill clean paint, make oU.eloths bright,
and giTe the floors, tables and shelves a new appearance. It Trill tafce the
grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans. You caa sconr the kniTes and
forts Trith it, and make the tin things .shino brightly. The Trash-basin, the
bath-tub, even the greasy kitchen sink Trill he as clean as a ne-w pin if yon use
SAPOLIO. One cake Trill prove all Tre say. Be a clerer housekeeper and try Itl
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. THERE IS BUT ONE SAF0LI0.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SOWS CO., KSW YSRSC-
vTiUiam P. Ehlnes and What He Hal
Done in the Pitcher's Box.
No young pitcher ever entered tho ranks
of the National league and installed him
self as a public favorit8xind phenomenally
successful player in so short a time as has
"William P. Khines, of the Cincinnati cmb.
Ho was taken from comparative obscurity
before the Association season closed last
falL In the Interstate league of the west
he had been the mainstay of the Davon
port club, of Iowa.
Probably no baseball magnate in the
country watches the records of the players
in the minor leagues more closely than A.
S. Stern, the littlo presidentof tho Cincin
natis. He had eyed the battery of Ithines
and Harrington for some time, and when
Davenport gave up the ghost ho dispatched
Ted Sullivan to tho scene of thft collapse
with orders to land that battery in St.
Louis dead or alive. It was there that tho
now famous duo signed contracts with tho
In the past more "phenoms" have been ex
ploded in Cincinnati than havo proved
wonders. But Ehlnes wasput in, in all
sorts of weatherrnnd ho absolutely refused
to explode. "With scarcely an effort Raines
forged right to the front and ifi a few
weeks won for himself a title of tho Reds'
winning pitcher. Earned runs off Rhines
are novelties. Indeed base hits have not
been very common while he was In the box
and in only ono game ha3 tho opposition
been able to push its safe drives into
double figures Rhines is just of age. He
was born in Ridge way, Pa., on tho 14 th of
March, 1869. It was in tho Mountain
league in '87 that young Rhines gained his
first experience on tho diamond. He was
william p. r.nnrcs.
then with his home club tho Ridgeways.
He won thirteen of the fourteen games he
pitched and averaged ten strike outs to a
Tho Binghamton club in the Central
league heard of the Keystone boy's work
and secured him in 'S3. His record there
was so good that Manager Pat Powers,
now of tho Rochesters, laid $S00 in cold
cash before tho eyes of tho Binghamton
manager and carried Billy and his release
to Jersey City, where ho finished the sea
son. That was the year that tho Jersey.
Citys came within one game of taking the
pennant. This was before tho time of
reservation in the minor leagues. A hitch
over salary led Rhinos to forsake the east
and go to Davenport in '89. He is 5 ft. 11
in. in height-and weighs about 170 pounds
He is proud to be enrolled among tho col
lege players, for he spent "ome time as &
Btudent at Bncknell university, in Penn
sylvania. He is a line specimen of physi
cal manhood, and of strictly temperate
habits. One of his hobbies is tho gun, and
he is as good a marksman with tho rifle as
he is a pitcher with the ball. "Whatever
Cincinnati's rank in the League race today,
it owes much to the pluck of this young
Trojan, who proved an invaluable aid to
Manager Loftus when every ono of tho
other pitchers was out of form and in tho
hospital. Ren Mulford, Jk.
He "Would you care much if I should
steal a kiss?
She (strictly Puritanic) I should. I
could not bear to look at you again should
I know you to be guilty of violating in the
smallest degree oneof the commandments.
If you must havaakiss occasionally ask
me for it, and I will be only too willing to
donate it, but you must not steal it. Life.
Aug. ia. issa.
I rafftred two yean
with p-in la xar fide;
doctors ftUied to help
is e; St. Jacobs Oil cared
me; no wrarn of pela.
P. LSliiJOX, P. IL
Carlisle. Pa February II, 1S33.
I was hurt in the left hip And tried ev
tral phriicians without otstuniog relief. Lets
than & h&lf-bo:tl of St Jacob Oil cured sio.
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BoYopr Own Physician
Many men, from the effects of yoothfal
: Imprudence, hTe brousbt about a state or
; weakness that has reduced the general sjs-
tern bo much aa to Induce almost every
; other disease, tnd the real cause of the
trouble scarcely erer belnff suspected, they
i are doctored for everythinjr But the runt
1 one. Notwithstanding the many Taitsable
remedies that medical science has produced
; for the relief of this class of patients, none
of the ordinary modes of treatment effect a
! cure. DurinjioureHenslTecolleKeandhos
! pltal practice we haro experimented with
and dlscoTered new and concentrated reme
; dies. The accompanying prescription Is of
; feral as a certain nnd apcedy care, sls
i hundreds of cases in our practice Have been
! restored to perfect health by its rise after
aU other remedies failed. Perfectly pure In
: trreiHentsmurt be used la toe preparation of
this prescription. ,.
R Erythroxylon coca, 1-2 drachm.
jeruoeDin, 1 3 araenm.
llelonlas Dloica, 1-8 drachm.
lieiscmin, 5 grains. c:
Ext. !atisD&maraJ(a!coholls),2 grains g
Ext. leptendra, 2 scruples. v
Glycerine, q s. Mir. tt
other on coins to bed. In somo cafes it will
; be neeetwary for the patient to taVe two pills
; at bedtime, making the number three a day.
This remedy is adapted to every condition of
' and especially in those cases resulting from
; imprudence. The recuperaUTO powers of
; this restorative are truly astonUhing.and Its
i use continued for a short time changes the
languid, debilitated, nerveless condition to
i one of renewed life and Ticor.
As wa are constantly lnreceipt of letters of
Inquiry relative to this remedy, we would
! say to thosewho would prefer to obtain it of
! us, by remltUnsr $1 a securely waled pock-
age containing CO pills, carefully com
; pounded, will be sent by return mail from
our private laboratory, or wo will f urnlh S
: packaj-es. which will cure most cases, for S-
unite ou mas. l aaeiDui a; 3 n.m.. ana an
-j&uureia or nu uu ij
Usui Enrrlanr! Uorllpol Incfifirio G
S 1 Tremont now, Buxton, Mass. wj
Copyright, 1SS9, by F. B. Ihixra. aygfoi
Iand easy labor
srrorOS AGE PILLS
Recommended by leading Physicians
Turely Vegetable and perfectly
harmless, fcoldby allUruRKite,or
sent pot-pBid,ln plain wrapper on
receiptors-- Write for circular.
TUE OMitCE MKIICtMi CO..
Charles Lawrence, 102 East
Van Werden & Co., 32S North
Ghis Saur, 524 East Douglas
Coal, Gravel Roofing, Roofing: and
TELEPHONE XO. 101,
18tli St. and 4th Ave. "Wichita, Kan
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
"We carry a complete line of all kinds of Boohs
and Blanks. uch as are used by Real Ktte Agents
consisting of Deeds. Montages. Abstracts, Receipt
Books, Note B00V5. Rent Registers. Notary Public
Records and Blanks. Contract Bofltai, Pocket Real
Estate Books for Farm and City Property, etc. Or
ders by mall promptly attended to. Address
THE WICHITA EAGLE,
J. P. ALLEN,
Everything Kept in a Firsfdass Drag Store
108 EAST DOUGLAS AVE.
fFICiriTA, - - KAN.
DAVIDSON & CASE
John Davidson, Pioneer Lumberman
of Sedgwick Cennty.
ESTABLISHED :-: U :-: 1870.
A. Complete Stock of Pine Lnmber,
Shingles, Lath. Doors, S&sh,
etc., always on band.
OS aad jard a 3tolr avait. btera
Doesiasatsao acd Flm etret. Brita vwfeat
trios CMy. Uilabvsa City ud 13 Rt-e, In. TV.'.
M. VT. Uttt. Pze. X VT Outir. V
K. T KiLAVrx. Aast Cadkicr.
Wichita National Bank.
PAID UP CAPITAL.
SURPLUS. - -
S. H. Kcbs. A. TV OBrer, K. "W. Lry, U A. "WaJ
toa. fc. T. Ttle, N T Nl-deriasitr. w. it. Tsker.
Jctn Darilca. J C Rstac
Do a General Banking, Collecting
and Brokerage business.
Eastern and Porein Exchange
bouffbt and cold. United States bond
of all denominations bongbt and tA&
County, Toruship and Municipal
THE WICHITA EAGILB
31. ilT. Murgoclt & Bro., Proprietors.
PRINTERS, BINDERS il BLANK BOOK MIS.
All kinds of county, townsbip and scbool-district
records and blanks. Legal blanks of every des
cription. Complete stock of Justice's dockets and
blanks. Job printing of all kinds. We bind, lair
and medical journals and magazine periodicals of all
kinds at prices as lor as Chicago and New York and
guarantee" -work just as good. Orders sent by mail
will be carefully attended to. Address all business to
R. P. MUBDOOK,
J. O. DAVIDSOK. PreMdanu . V?. T. BABCOCK. Vlc PraWiaV
THOS. Q. rrrcn. Secretary aad Treasurer.
DAVIDSON INVESTMENT COMPANY.
PAID-UP CAPITA! 300,000.
DIRECTORS Jolin Qnincy Adams, John C. Derst, Chas. O TTood, C. A
"Walker, Thoa. G. Fitch, John E. Sanford, W. T. Babcock.
"V. E. Stanley and J. O. Davidson.
$5,000,000 LOANED . EST . SOUTBEKJST . KANSAS.
oney always on Hand for ImproTed Farm and City Loaus.
Office Tvith Citizens Bank, cor. Main and Douglas, Wichita, Kan
TThen ordering state WHAT form Is
L. C. JACKSON
"Wholesale and Retail Doaler in all kinds of
AntnracitG m b
AND : ALL : KINDS : OF : BUILDING : 2IATERIAL.
Main Ofllce 112 South Fourth Avenue. Branch Office 133 "orth Main Street
Yards connected vrith all railroads in the city
577 Miles - llOn JffinutM
via SANTA EE ROUTE.
Vestibule Pullman Sleepers,
Vbs,tibule Dining Cars,
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Inquire of W. D. ZVlnrdock, local nj-ont
for further specimens of railroad matho
mntic. R. Powell. PresWent IT. T. Bkav. V. Pres.
F. J) . Waller. Jr- CathWr.
Fourth National Bank.
WICHITA , KANSAS.
PAID UP CAPITAL,
SURPLUS, - -
It. T. Han. B. It. Potroll. O. D Iara,. Lv II. Cris
Adiik I. Ilouk. F. W. Waller. O. W. Utrtmcrjtn
JIr?e. B. O. Grare.
B. I.OHBnn. Jh,
J. P Alien.
1. D Skin-mkr
W. H T.ivitoriof
State National Bank.
OF WICHITA , KA N.
Jobs B. Cary. flnorcs W Wlir, W. r, Sre.
J P.Anw.KMliarrlf.J.M.Aitaa.P. . Mif. tt
LontMknL Jr., Petr (Unxa. L. V. BPct,ntt, Jimm
'aat a rook
Want a partner
want a gu'san'
v.jj.1 a errant sir:
VTafltrto fcU tana,
t?ast to Mil a feoax
Want to bur or mil Hct,
Want a t' tord awee,
WftBt to "jeU pUsU or mln.
tVaat U MU rrvoorlea or draft
Want to Mil bostaM fUrMORe
Wnt to ntake ttrr turm Htftt.
Went to -JI or trade tor tnftblac
Want to Sad cuetofltert for ax.rA2.
RjLD AND AITIRTISE IK OCR
WO -:- GEN
X&rrrC.fiaz oVlafaui oax2onra.
Arertmsr t? i4 cf mr.
X&rtiCt Ht-ril7 alwarra,
AdrrU(lur caXai for r.
AdTeXlitur c rft co&Sdeafee,
Ad TerdfiliS t proof CT K4TZT
AdTrniCEj Strata Ma."
Ad t rU CKUttotlf .
Ta.rde At WJckiU, JfisraeW. WelMas:
toa, lUrper, Alta. GAnJ8 PI.
Astbocr, ArittEiA Cilr, Amlaltf asjf
Our Scale Rooks are Printed on Good
Single Rook.... ,.$ 75
Three Books 2 00
Six Rooks s 75
Single Rook by mail, propaid S5
THE WICHITA EAOLE,
7 rich it a, Ktt n san.
R. P. MURDOCH, Enainos3 Manager.
"ST Ordari by malt proapUy attends to.
T 1 8
oeiJUM much wronuATicfl rno a wit or thu ua or tmi
icaso, EocR Island & Pacific Hy.
Includinc ZJnes Emit nnd Wst of Uio Mlaourl
Hirer Tha Dtcct noutr to iia1 from CHICAGO,
HOCK XGLAND. DAVKWPOKT, DIES ilOINEH,
couwen. BLurrs. w.TKKTOvry, ioux
rAZ.X.8. IffrNItXAJOIJ. HX 1AU, ST JOS
EPH, ATOHIBON, LtA VXTfTOKTII ICAXBAfl
CITY.TOPEEA. TZ.itVi.f COLOUADOHP-Maa
snd PDKDLO FrIU t', nit CbAjr Oar taanij
from CHICAQO. CAL.I)V?ltIX, llUTCItrHBOM
anil IX) DO 15 CIXT, and PaitM Blepinr Car l
tweon CiriCAOO. WICHITA aiul irUTCinsOn
Dully Trnln to and trom EUfOFIBIira. In tb
SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TBAIMS
Of Thro u eh Coachet H!rpn, nod Dlotne Car
dallr between ClflCA OO VMM THOITtHH, COffW
CIL, LUF7S and OXAVA. atMl r-ravHecUnlBM
ChaJr Care IwtTimi CHICAOO and UEIVBR.
COLORAIK) HPKtttag and PU JtBLO. t) EC Jos
eph, or Kaoaaa Cltr "ad Tepek. CzeTt(wa
dally, with Cbol of (uuts U and frem Oait
Uxk.e. Portland. Zjom Anir and Baa FraU'
The Direct Una la and from Pike Poak. 2ant
tou, Oardoa of tha Oods. tn Baaltarfetss. ant
Dceclo Oraadars of Colorado.
Via Tho Albert Loa Routo.
Solid I5rBr Trains itnilr bt-wa Cbleaco and
SUnneapotle anl V Paul, trttfe TKKOOOH K
clinic v Cbair Can iTRZXI to and ftvn Uvo
potcU and Ka Cltr ThrCTh Chair Oirwl
Sleeper between Peoria, Bptrtt Laka and Hte.
FaUa xla ltoclc IeUaA. TK-t Farorta Utne
Watertown. HioKiTu-'t. ta unaar HrU el J
UimUsirand 7lablnr Orontodo of UwHertawM
Tho Short Una iris 8enea and Ka)Vk iffr
faclUtie to travel to tuA. frocn ladlaaapoUa. CUtr
dnnatl and other Sootnern 9toa.
For TJrket. 2apa. Folderi. or dlrd lafomja.
Uon, apply at nr CouiwaTUketOflkx. eral"
E. ST. JOHN, JOHH SEBASTIAK
Oenl Uasatr CI i"1Tt 6t?o A
Bafferinz fr-im tie eiTeeU "t yc-ifbf al afTora. ftj
!ey.'rtji''ak.l- tlaoiI.,li 1
-d a valuable trtU 'elad oo.U!clPe ftt4
jrtleillarfr!otee FREE of rbarff. A
tpir&iii tondtcal ork ao4 lr rad j every
Can 'wbo It nerroae and douitW A44r
Trot. V. C. FOlTLOt, Soofiiu, Comx.
Eftid tad AtkUm fa Oar Wso (Warts.
MISSOURI :"-: PACIFIC
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Clfcy, g. Intt jumI Cialedr mi all
Sprlaz, A.rk. V vw ona. Workl,
tud all ptu Seat mi wtmtftmiH.
SOLID DAILY TBAIHe
St Lows, Kansas Cky, Pusbto
Pnllman Bnffct Sleeping Gars
COLORADO SHORT UHE
Tk SiMrtt llmtie to Bt. Loaftx
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trc tMittei; CbaJf Gxrt.
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