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"ffie IBtidtita gailg gagle: ISleituestlatj pfortritiq, ffefauarij 28, 1894.
JET COMING BACK.
Born Things Whoso Oomlnjjf May;
Not Be Doubted.
JL Ulanc at the Future and Random Obj
serrations at a Haberrood Fete My
Hostess' Gymnasium Gown
Tho I'Ulted Dress.
COPYIUGHT, 1894 1
Doubt not, though deplore you may,
the return of jet.
It is cumbrous, heavy, thralling. Iti
weighs down the movements, and the
heart too for does one not endlessly.
fear that at any moment she may hear
the rattle of the escaping beads along
the floor? Saleswomen hate it so'
they tell you -with bated breath when
the floor walker is at a distance be
cause it is so cruelly heavy to handle
and keeps the needle so busy in con-'
Btant repairing, but
They the mysterious "they," who
must bo obeyed are going to wear et;
and does not that settle it? And after
all. is there anj'thing prettier?
Doubt not, though deplore you must,
the accordion plait. This freak of ac
cented longitudinality has not even
beauty to excuse its lank lines and
meaningless fullness, but eats its
3-ards of material not for the greater
glory of woman, but for her undoing.
Yet English modistes, who more and
more rule the waning or swelling tide
of women's whims, are using it very
much even in dresses of high quality
and prime importance. A Watteau
plait at back and front ma3' be well
enough, but these straight lines en
tirely surrounding the figure and fall
ing from buit to boot are anything but
Doubt not. and deplore or welcome
as .you will, the .skirt flounce a kind of
dado of lace or embroidery, clinging
dose to the fabric of the latter, filing
loose and doubtless festooned, if the
former, which, when vour eves would
fain rest upon a pretty face still strives I
tn'lrurr tlin?n 'lmvn :irrnii Tlw ;lrirt
Bounce i-s pretty In itseir. as Is all dec
oration, but I would advise only plain
faced women with pretty feet to make
the bottom of their dresses more orna
mental than the top. That is not
nature's law, which ever supports her
Jeaves and flowers on stalks unorna
mentcd. Doubt not. and be joyful thereat, that
walking dresses are to be distinctly
hhortcr. Speaking of pretty feet made
me think of it. Let the hem of your
street dress clear tho floor by an inch
certainly, two inches if you will; for
in this respect the reign of common
sense begins again. The tailed street
gown with its dust provoking unclean
lincss is not for this year. Pray that
it may never come again.
Doubt not that this is to be, a year of
the blouse, the frock, the jacket. And
here let me drop phrophecy and tell
about the most beautiful jacket.
It was at Lakewood in the pines
where the air seemed just like spring
and any woman with a new costume
might easily be forgiven for venturing
out without her wrap. She was ju-t
at the door bidding good-by to my
friend as I arrived, and in the sunny
square hall I baw her clearly a pic
ture of grace and beauty, her head
backward tilted and her sweet face
sidewise turned. She wore a pretty
velvet toque with frolic luxuriance of
plumes en couchant and en regardant.
' Uer nkirt was skillfully cut, perfectly
plain, from material of a curious mot
tled darkish green. And about her
waist was a satin ribbon, and up the
front and about tho high collar and
from elbow to the waist ran garniture
of while lace and embroideiy. and the
waist beneath was pink silk, and pink
silk was the natty ribbon holding to
gether the lapels of that ravishing
jacket with its dappled green hue and
its slashes of velvet and its wide roll
ing collar. A very short jacket it was,
ending two inches above the waist line
I have said that the day was sunny,
is at Lakewood is almost always the
case, 5Iy hostess was a dear little
woman in a tea gown of silk and lace
and jet and embroidery, and she set
herself feriously to the consideration
of my amusement. Thero was fine
sleighing upon the level roads under
the solemn stillness of the pines to the
north and east, and we took-thc lake
drive and thought, Til be bound, the
same unspoken thought of the Kissing
bridge, and admired the willows by the
mill; and then I was inducted into the
rnystcxiesof an "afternoon" at which
were a number of ladies whose names
are familiar from Fifth avenue to Nob
hill, and where the dressing was metro
politan and more. It was cosmopol
itan. For there was one fair lady wKose
tall form was fitted like a Grecian
pilaster, quite in tho English mode, the
innumerable folds running from waist
to hem, from elbow to wrist, from high
embroidered collar to tho square yoke,
and thence depending in an odd little
frill, all this being of dead black ex
cept the embroidery at collar and
waist. And there was an indescribably
chick Spanish jacket of black velvet
bordered with tiny bells and held close
to tho figuro with a big satin bow, its
wide lapels falling back over puffed
shoulders of white silk. And the bodice
thereof was of figured brocade and be
low the waist having some absurd
little tabs of black velvet. likcxhnJifth.
vrheel of a coach," or "a basque,which
is much the same. And there was a
Parisian gown with plain black velcet
skirt and a trae overskirt of gray silk
cut full and with long points terminat
ing in bows, and a collarette and
bodice front of black velvet. And so
many other fine gowns in an ever mov
ing picture of grace and sheen and ele
gance. And my hostess had exchanged the
pretty tea gown, in whose sumptuous
nesS arrayed she had welcomed me,
and had gone forth to shine and con
quer in a smart calling dress of furry,
velvety, silky effect; yet when we
were once more tucked in the sleigh
and started for her home, what think
you that, she said as the gray daylight
faded and the infrequent street lamps
began to twinkle dimly at the stars?
"I'll tell you vhat I'm going to do,"
she said, after a few moments' silent
listening to the sleigh bells, "I'm go
ing to have a neat placard prepared
"THIS IS TO CERTIFY
"That the bearer, .has in her possession
a complete -wardrobe, consisting of tea gowns,
evening dresses, morning dresses, walking and
street dresses, dinner gowns, tennis and yacht
ing costumes and others in the usual propor
tions "Then, having thus attested my con
formity with the laws of the Medes
and Persians who do fashion's dictates
make, I'm just going to wear my gym
nasium suit, which is the most humane
and rational one of the lot, everywhere
I go, swell dinners and all. I'm tired
of this everlasting taking off and'put
ting on. I'm tired of dresses. I al
most sometimes think that I have a
mind and an immortal soul as well as
a bod' to 'try on' gowns for the dress
maker's profit and convenience. If I
ever, as long as I live, have another
swell gown built, she must crive me
tho cloth and pay me for my time and
trouble. Why should I bother?'
Not a word about the costumes we
had just seen, or the ladies. But my
hostess is a remarkable woman.
"You won't do it," I remarked, after
a judicious" pause. As if 1 had been
considering the matterL
- BTi DEAB."
"I suppose not," said my Hostess, and
she sighed a little, then added with the
tone of one resigned to fate: "Of
course you noticed that sweet little
velvot hat with the turn up brim and
the stick of plumes."
Of course I had; and equally of
course I begged to see the gymnasium
as soon as we reached the house: and
there, away up in the attic story,
cruiltlcss of nartitions. nl:istrr nr oflior
I devices of the enemy, where the great
t beams slant aloft to hold the shingled
loof were trapezes and ladders and
clubs and rods. And for awhile we
were both happy. But that, as Mr.
Kipling saj's, is another story.
See that your spring dresses are cut
to fit about the hips and to spread
about the hem.
See that you have, or, at least, con
sider the possibilities of tweed for out
door wear, and if there be a wadded
lining, heavy, of course, but style de
mands somo sacrifices, your tweed
shall fit all the better.
Dark green hopsacking, dark green
in any rough textured material, will
be extremely popular for early spring.
And always remember that the skirt
is mercifully shortened.
"What other mercies has the future in
store? Ellen Osboiix.
At the Meariowbrook Moot.
Van Snaille (just introduced) Ara
you fond of horse flesh, Miss Verdant?
Miss Verdant, I really don't know;
Mr. Van Snaffle, I never ate any!
An old woman of undeniable Celtic
origin entered a savings bank and
walked up to the desk. "Do 3011 want
to draw or deposit?" asked the gentle
manly clerk. "Xaw: Oi doant. Oi
want to put some in," was the reply.
The clerk pushed up the book for her
signature and, indicating the place,
said: "Sign on this line, please."
"Above it, or below it?' "Just above
if "Me whole name?" "Yes." "Be
fore Oi was married?" "No; just as it
is now." "Oi can't wroite." "
The Accil to tho Front.
Do not let the grandmothers any
longer think they are retired, and sit
clear back out of sight from the world,
feeling that they have no relation to
it. The mothers of the last century
aro to-day in the senates, the parlia
ments, the palaces, the pulpits, the
banking-houses, the professional chairs,
the prisons, the almshouses, the com
pany of midnight brigands, the cellars.
the ditches of this eountry. You have
been thinking about the importance of
getting those two little feet on the
right path. Yon have been thinking
of your child's: destiny for the past
eighty years, if it should pass on to be
an octogenarian. That is well, but
my subject sweeps a thousand years, a
million years, a quadrillion of years. I
cannot stop at one cradle; I am looking
at the cradles that reach all around the
world and across all times. I am not
writing of mother so particularly in
this article; I am writing of grand
mother. T. DeWitt Talmage, in La
dies' Home Journal.
Clerk "This is called the bureau
trunk, and 1 think will suit vou ex
actly. It " Customer "It can't be
fixed so that you would have to un pack
it clear to the bottom if you'd nut the
wrong tilings in first?" Clerk "No,
no: everv trav is seramto ' -,ii :.'
wouldn't suit; iys for my wife." Invei !
Ocean, -- i
That Rlrl's all soul," so I heard them 8yv
"When the beantiful maiden passed us syj'-3
But I took a different view next day
When I saw hsr tackle a hot mince pie.
N. Y. Press.-
TVby Red Angers a Bull.
The reason why anything of a red
color excites and infuriates animals of
the ox family is because red is the com
plementary color of green, and the
eyes of cattle being long fixed upon
the green herbage when feeding, when
the' espy anything red it impresses
their sight with a greatly increased
intensity. No doubt the same effect is
produced upon all grazing animals by
being suddenly confronted with the
color red, but oxen and bulls, beinj
more pugnacious, show greater excite
ment, and will even attack that which
Children Cry for
Did you ever stop to think
what an array of genius
was represented in the Art
Gallery at the World's Fair?-
Tbe greatest artists of
every civilized country on
(-the globe were there with
their best work.
Italy, the home of the
painter, was there.
Our own country showed
her best work.
France, with her wealth
And Frozen Russia were
What a study for the
lover of art!
But these, products of the
genius of all countries and
all ages have been removed
and only their memory re
mains. Wouldn't you like to have
a collection of some of these
The Fagle believed its
readers would value such a
collection and has made
one for them.
It consists of a portfolio
of reproductions of 12 of
the most celebrated paint
ing the Art Gallery.
They are specially for the
readers of the Eagle.
You can get them easily
and t he expense is trifling.
Cut the "Art Gem" cou
pon from the Eagle and
bring it with 20 cents to the
Coupon Department of the
Eagle and you will secure
the portfolio containing the
CUT THIS OUT.
Bring or send 20 cents with,
this Coupon and you will re
ceive the beautiful collection
of Art Gems from "World's
CUT THIS OUT.
Wlrtcr Tcurlt Rrr rla Hie Santa F TZnWe.
Comni-ncin$r Oct. 15tb and to continue
in fifed until May 1, 1GM, the Santa Fe
route will sell excursion tickets to Tjs
and New Mexico point good for return
pissaee nntil June 1, 1SJM. Stop overs
allowed enroute. Two trains dallv, morn
lniinnd night. Through chair and sleep
nic car service. For lurtber particular
call on any local ticket agent or addrea
W. D. MCT.DOCK, Dit. Pass. Agt,
1SS North Main Street.
J0 tf Wlchit. Kau i
Sights and Scenes
off he World m
Part 12, Sumter 3.
Kiimbers Changed Every Day.
Cut this coupon out and keep
it until three of different num
bers are accumulated, then for
ward them together with
FOUR TWO CENT POSTAGE STAMPS
To the Coupon Department,
WICHITA DxVILY EAGLE,
and you will receive the elegant
portfolio of photographs as ad
vertised. See our advertise
ment on another page.
CUT THIS OUT,
Dli. w. P. PJJRR,
CHRONIC. Nervous, and Private
Disea&es.und Diseases of Women: deranged
or suppressed menstruation, from what
ever cause, speedily restated by Electric
ity. Strictures, Piles, Goitre, &c, quickly
cured by Electrolysis, or no cbutge. Also
keeps the best pill made for all menstrual
derangements'aent toany address on receipt
of price,$1.00 per box guaranteed. Should
not he used during pregnancy. Cor
respondence invited and confideutial.
Office 250 X. Main St., Wichiti, Kansas.
Dll. E. 1231 SUA COIili,
I f)ii.lc- Mitt l.lMirits !it:if n pectnlty
J em of or! mile- iHuinc conttiemeiit. Milctly prl
lulf wlipn so ilflieil. also ieiiniiiieiil homes pro
tilled foi ilillilicn Minn dialled, l.elteis ofliicul
i j conllileiitla: anil iiMMied iiiomplly Home Til
lil i .Aitnm. klilt,i. h.uisas.
Jf. ii. JiAMll1'OX, M. D
127 N. Market St.
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i. JEXOS DAT, r. S.
Honorary graduate of Ontario Veterinary
College, Toionto, Out.
Office: Palace Stables, 114 Xorth Lawrence
avenue, Wichita, Kansas. Calls by mail, tele
graph or telephone answered promptly, day or
night. Charges reasonable. Telephone"!.
Contractor and Builder.
Estimates furnished on all classes of
buildings. Job -work given special
atteution. Office aud residence 1055
N. Topeka ave. Wichita. (55 lm
Ins. Co., .ortli America, (orsanfeed K') ) 2TS.i20
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Contract cUl Union 19.155.102
Queen T. .VS.'J'S
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Piovidence Washington 1,432,W
T. J. KOGURS & CO.. 11 J K, I'lrstst., Wichita. Ks,
For Kansas City, St. Louis and all points
east take the Missouri Pacific railway.
Trains leave Wichita at 1 o'clock p. vat
and 9.05 p. m. No change of cars.
Kxcurstoivto Texas Points.
On Dec. 12, 1893, Jn, 9, Feb. 14, March
13, April 10 and May 8, 1S94, the Great
Rock Island will sell tickets to all points
in Texas at one fare for the round trip.
Tickets are good for thirty days, and stop
overs will be granted on going tiip iu Ok
lahoma, Indian Territory and Texas. For
further information call at Rock Island
ticket office, comer Maiu street and Doug
Ihs avenue. J. H. PuiLLIPS,
19 tf City Ticket Agetit.
On Jan. 16, Feb. 13, March 20, and April
24, 1S94, tho Miisomi Pacific Railway
company will sell excursion tickets to the
following described territory at one fare
for the round trip: To all points on the
St. Louis, Iron Mountain aud Southern
railway in Arkansas, east of and including
Fort Smith; on the Kansas City, Fort
Scott aud Memphis railway, iu Missouri
beond Springfield and in Arkansas on the
Kansas City, Memphis and Birmingham
railway; ou the Mobile and Ohio south of
Tupelo: on the Illiuois Central railway
south of Memphis, but not including New
Oi leans. The limit on these tickets will
be thirty days from date of sale. For
further information call at the Missour
Pacific ticket office, 114 North Maiu street
Wichita, Kansas. E. E. Bleckley, Pass
and Ticket Agent.
For pains in the chest there is nothing
better than a flannel cloth saturated witti
Chamberiain's Pain Balm aud bound on
over tho seat of pain. For sale by all
California poasesses a delightfnl winter
climate. Almost even day is balmy and
full of sunshine. To live in such air a few
months may save jou a big doctor bill. It
doesn't cost much to try. 'luorrisco line
and Santa Fe loute will carry you to Los
augeles, San Diego or ban rraucisco any
day. on fast vestihnled express train, in
Pullman or tourist sleeper. The journey
is through New Mexico aud Arizoua.
where heavy snowfalls seldom come. It is
short, quick aud comfoi table straight
across, not round-about. Once a week
personally-conducted excursions are run
to the Pacific coast in tourist sleepers.
Competent porters and agents in charge.
Second class tickets iionored, and cood
care taken ofladies and children without
escort. Very cheap rates for one way or
round iriD, now in effect. Write to D.
Wisbart, G. P. A., Frisco line, St. Louis,
Mo., for copy of California excursion leat
let and a handsomely Illustrated book
entitled "To California" and Back." Near
est Iccal agent of Frisco line or Santa Fe
route will be glad to name ticket rates anil
furnish desired information about the trip.
Don't be afraid to ask questions.
TUK WICHITA I'EERI.E'sS EXPRESS",
Ncvt Tram fcrrrice.
Commencing Sunday. Nov. 19, the Mis
souri Pacific raihvay'wili place in service
a new train 'Tbe Wichita Peerless Ex
press." between Wichita and Kansas City
and St. Louis aud all eastern points.
This train will stait from Wichita, daily.
Ht9.-05. ci. (Starting from here St will
necessarily alvvHj 3 leave on time.) It will
run throtmh to Kansas City, solid, con
sisting of Pcl'man sleeper, chair car and
coach. Tbe Missouri Pacific Hailway
company is tbe only hue that gives the
Wichita people a strictly Wichita train,
that is to say, the only line that start its
trains from Wichita. Remember thi.
and when you contemplate a trip leavias
Wichita In the eveninc. don't fall to take
the Mis-souri Pacific, and tbus start on j
If you should wish to start on your
journey in the day time yon can't possibly
do better than to take the ML?nm Pacific
fast mail aud express which leave Wich
ita at 1 o'clock p. in. and land you in St.
Louis the next morning at 7:15. By taking
this train east you save nearly four hours
between Wichita and St- Louis, maUajt
New York in less than fifty hours from
the time you leave tbe Peerless Princes-. I
1 he new time oro wbich poes into eueci
Nov. 19th will show a number of import
ant changes, which will be fully shown in
time tables pub.:bed in the daily papera.
Passenpers cau ictrn lull particulars rela
tive to this, superb train service by calline
at Missouri Pacific citr tickiC office. U
North Mala st. dl5? U 1
The Peoples Column.
The Want Columns of a Daily Taper tell
vou where it pas to advertise.
If jon hae anything to BUY, SELL,
TRADE OR RENT, try these columns.
EiP'PayabJe Strictly in Advance.
No advertisement taken for less than 10c
One line advertisements charged same
rate as two lines.
Prices given under classified heads in this
column applicable only -o local advertise
ments. No foreijrn advertisements taken at
Answers to advertieements sent In caro of
the Eagle office should he called for within
ten daji after insertion. When advertisers
w ish replys forw arded to them stamped envel
opes must besenr.
Reference to formeradvertisemtnts should
give description and date of insertion or copj
ot the advertisement should be sent.
Not responsible for advertisements given
or discontinued by telephone.
Classified advertisements will be 3 cents
rer line each insertion; average seven words
to line, agatts weasel ement.
II JXTJiJDfjLM ALE HELP.
Lnder this head 3c ner lino nexUjy.
XITANTED-TO DL. HOUSEWORK. MIDDLE
T aged woman: sooil wjuea; reference requir
ed. Applj' between "J and I13Jam, at 1J15 North
'ANTi:n-A GOOD WOMAN TO WORK IX
lamllj-. Inquire, -til X. Topeka ave. dsstr
,'ANTED-A WOMAX COOK AT SOUTH TO-
peka. A e Hotel. il SS st
XrrAN,ED A COMPETENT WOMAX FOK
!ioii-ework. Xone but llrht-cla! Iielp need
applj". Mrs. M.F. Burwell. ail NortU hmporl.i.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS hXl'ERIFNCED
u-hl forhou-ewoi k, wlio tan Kiie references,
flood wacei. Applj mornings. M:s. McN.uin.ira,
437 Wato .u e. 87 ot
TITANTtD-IMMEDIATEl.Y. A COMPETENT
zxirl for cenctal housework, at S37 south
Soiieca street. d So U
il isceali 'uncoils.
Situations Wanted Female.
HA IS TED MA LE ITJSL P.
Li dti Hits lit-ml 3c tier lino perOay.
TrANTLD-SALl.&MAN OH AOENTS-GOOD
TT pay selling panis to order J3; suits lt.
Hunter 1 allot big coixipanj, Cincinnati, O.
d5 COt eod
WA.VIED-A FIKT CLASS EXPEitlhNCEI)
(it j- goods salesman. Xo oth-r need applj',
Addie, Fttd L. reitit, I'eaboJy. Kan. d soot
Sit nations Iran ted Male.
roceiy "tore: hoiue or w.iL'on. 0w throe
jearsexpriience. baUefuctory rettrence. Addreei
fc. Tr C. this ollice. d Sj 6t'
AG JESTS WANTED.
I 1 1'( I Hi slimd ut.ier.ilie peril ir.
AGENTS MAr"l. 5 A DAY. GKEATI ST
kittiitn utensil ever Invented. Itetails at 35
cents. J"woto six "-old !n every houe. sample,
pottage paid. 0 cents. Forshee &. McMak in. Cincin
nati, O. dlli.'Bueds
"W'ANTF.D-.-iGEN'lS TO TAKE OHDERS JUY
' samples; wo will pay expense and galarj- or
nllowlibe.al LOiumissiou. Samples pent on appli
cation. Addicss lock box 120, Nuw York City.
d75 2t WA.Sun.
AT LAST WE HAVE IT KEEN. BRIGHT
and biahiynien ami women wanted eerv
whole to take orders 'bIIEPl"t WOKLD'S FAIK
riHiTOGKAPHED.' only book of copj righted
photographs of buildings scenes and tsniblis of
the Wot id's Columbian Exhibition; Anthorlrcfl 1J"
the Exposition Management; Oniclat Cettilicnte ac
companies each olnme. Bonanza for w inkers
drop cM'ij thing and handle it; jou will make
money fnat. books ready; credit given; big commis
sions; lllusti.ited liiullais. teim, rlSEE. Address
Globe Bible Pub. Co., :& Deaiborn St., ( hliago.
HL. or Philit, Ii. dl A 2ut wed. frl W at
WANTED M 1SVELLANEO VS
l inlet Ihis he nloc ror line ner il iv
7 ANTED-WEWANT a" IjIsVVf" HOUSES
to move Huvo customer. .Must be good
title and ftom fltst hands. Bring in your farms
and Ity rteidciice. AI-o tnii.inus for good rental
propr-t'. X. F. Mederlar.der it Co. i tJ 7t
U'AXILD LDUS AND GLXI LEMA.N
jou can eat i ftom ib to (IS per weK doing
sttictlj home woik for us no tatiVHVi tig, imd
stcidj woik. Send self-aitdressed.eav elope. Lib
el tySupplj Co. , Hi -non. Mav. 87 3t
V ANTLD-EIGIIT BOOM IIOU-E WI 1 U I1A 1 H
and other modern improvements. Wouul
want pokes' ioa about April l. Enquire at Wil-oa
Di j Goods Co., 147 N. .Main strcor. 87 M
Af AN'U'D HOLAKSHiP AND XO. '.' KEM-
lngton, mailj new, ty, Wattibutj Miurt
liaud i-chool. d 66 it
WA.NTED-PAKTNEU V. II n tlO.O CASH TO
take active interest In wnolesale hu.Jiiiii
well e-tabltiihed In this city. Addiess for p irticu
lutv, P O box VM Wichita. dC3 iUf
"W'AN'IED-LVhKYBODY '1 0 KNOW THAT
it we aie celling new or ceconil hand furnitiiro
nnd --toves cbtaper than dirt. J. 'Jurlej-i CO ,IU
X. .Main. d U if
1 ANTLD-A tEW FAKM LOA.Nfc. CAid,
T immcdiutclj. M. L.Garver,ovcrNo. 20J N
U' ANTLD-hVI.RY YOUNC. MAN AND YOUNG
woman in tills couutrj to know the place to
obtain a lirst-claM business c-duciiiou 1, at the
Wlchtta Coinmervlal tullfge Y. M i A. bulMlug
Actual bu-lne-s piuttlce tlacugh tho tegular tf. .
mail with slialeiiiHot other colleges tho clowning
feature, h. II. Hobliu.. Prei dl5 tf
ANTED-PKI.SONS INTEREST LD IN A
practical education to Mt the southwest
ern Business l ollegc. Actual bu-lueds practice at
both daj and nUlit fccsloiil. Entrance HO I
Louglas are. I& tf
I Iidertl.li held V !r illl ! ri'ay
IT-OIlSALK-BANKNOTib-TIIE U E-T SiDE
? National liank having gone lnt liquidation. I
1'ive tor sale nott b-iongn g to ald bank agsre
gatlngabout ftott) face vnhie The notes are now
at the law office or Holmes fc Hajniaker. IU North
Mat feet -t. w here they may be e-n. I w III receive
bids on ihece notes either ingi) or as whole up to
the lUti day ot Marcii, Ititt. siid a .te to be trans
ferred, without recourse to the bank J N Hay
maker, committee dU W"edA.on IU.
11 SALEA HOHE. HARNESS .WD lOP
bascy. N hmpona liarn. iiMweon
IT-OB "sALE Dl.AFT HOKaK-s-FIVE. FAT.
' fanry, five gelding and three mare, IMI to
1700 lu- four to "ix yean. t current values. J. B.
Minium. 3 miles cortnw est Maize.
IOIt SALE-A NEW LIGHT SPRING WAGON
-1 for ale. Call a ofilce of Kansas i Texas' oal
Cornpnj. 110 N Marnet t d;73t
1 EM OVAL SALE AT PALMER HAKNLSi
1 'I rank, and Toy More. 2s North Main, mil!!
Mrch 1st. yon caa cet eoods at barrm.s, le-s than
cost la every line. Come end secuir good cheap
Tin- is no fake Somesroi at halt price rather
than move them. SSD
17OK-ALK-FRm TltEE"-, Kosj.3 SHKCB
; bery. ornamental and sbde irt Flrst-cl-..&
stock 1 ra to namr ai reaMJOAbi'' price. CaII tra
orwldiHrttv. F "sct, ur-rymin. Iioon 2us
Sfd'vrlcl. bloci.. City ! 'i tf
IJ-OK SaLL-HoTn COLCMNS Ijic PKULIi
JD Irta IJctel it. cer lb. OswctJ A Bat iy.
"V"URCKI.V STOCK C1.EAltA.VCE SALK
jC I -alt and ornamental tir; luB lit lwl
t.ecs. all sort -nd U- I.ettae lno-r what yoa
wkut. I wui cive ou sp-cUl low jrlce. 1yr
iloatcomtry. Lra-tl. Kxa. iX lot
FOll SALE Real Estate.
lyR SALh OilOD SIX OiU ilQVih SIT11
1 barn cellar, two lots f escd. Thi ts a Ui
s-ttcii room hoa, bara, cellar, toajicer tltcien
tsht room hoa" fro lot, aise bjck t root cor
ner of J! Ala and Jkj;Jjl tir J3
Frre room otWaee. two lots. cJo to IjoecIs 1X0
Tea rotm bots-?. Imts. two I&ta en t,ssjoTi
I -11 aad -irsr Ut of fnas asd ciir prepertr
iv t x- yon bay. V-c can save y em motey. 1 a- ttr
A. S&'Ster, 2S E. Uwola. C
F" 0Hs.ATKsnMLAt7ncJ.vrrss at ti,a roit
21 rseJ--rc pr sitl. IjoAzinz 3e- W Jtb
Ua D.abu; Hall Jir J1 ZXt JJ. IXrzzU veac. ep
ttAirs. 4 s tf
-irOR siLiA FtNE FAHV I!fU!k uKl
X arrs.cios; toUoe dtr. vrUH. CiXl IliMj!
--Tiicre tracts cio tcttr: tstlf. at?bb:
llic ia tiie dtr. frosa ItCti ca. Ururi Bri.
i."Uf TS NXti l!w;rt Mrest.
JtK Al.ts-r1lX AXIJ CUT PCPK.TY
ii yutt nrr prtrim.tlDZ "Kail tnj ettate jcr
imrzr- htt teJCTf ti-c lt-Htr yta ssr. I
ive li eicjcstvc it--i; u- ttux nrl. ictjsra
Kijejirf iftjftcrea tlie ruy. 1 Ik JJe
Coasxi. rci tststr U-witr XSt:tviick Uti-
u n i o f j1la be l
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied
170K SALE HOMES FOR SALE CHEAP. AND
loues to move. Hartford investment Co.,
Sedgwick; block. dsl tf
JFOJR i:EXT Houses.
I i:.!er IU '.eti.t S. per lie ler lav
FOK RENT-GOOD SIX RO03I HOUSE. J. W.
Walters, Suto National Bank building, up
stairs. d S tf
POU BENT-HOU-E 'CO a LAWKTNCK AVE
and Xarni:ure for sale. dS7 ct
TTOK KENT A CONVENIENT AND NICELY
1? furnished bouse, number 641 X. Market u
Very reasonable rent to good tenant. For partlcu.
lars. call mornings at 10UX. Lawrence avc siStf
OK KENT MODER.X HuUsES. AI.SO
business houses. IsraslBros. latt
OK KENT-HOUSE IX ALL PAKTs OK THE
city by Hlllis A KlnV ead. 143 X. Market, eu .at
OK BEXT-FUK1SHED BOOMS AT 404 X.
It KLXt-FULNISHED BOOMS WITH
board. Xo. CS N . .Market st. d SS 61'
T?OK BENT FUt. NISHED BOOMS; ALL
X modern coavealenees, references required.
401 X '1 opeka ave. os7 if
FOtt KEXT TWO PLEASANT KCKMSHKD
rooms, with or without board, lsSN. Topeka
avenue. US7 4t
I riOK BENT FURNISHED BOOM. MODERN
eonveuleiices. No. M N Lawrence. d.Jtr
FOB KENT-THREE FUKNISUhD BOOMS
for light housekeeping; withiu one block of
stteet car line and court house. fci r Jtartet. -i.
FOll KENT Miscellaneous.
I lider this hasd Sc par Una per d ir.
FOR KEN I -IMPROVED FARM ON THE
Ninncscah river. VloLi tonship. Monej-
rent, Applj-S X. Main. uts lut
EOR KLNT-S23 ACRE FARM 6 MILES FROM
town, small tracts of garden lanu. Cone A.
Co., S."7 E Douglas. U W i
TPOK HENT-SOUTH HALF OF MUST FLOOR
Jkl trout of Fletthcr block; creuroor auii vvitn
It. Atplj toUr. Jordon. d4stf
FOK RENT PHOTOGK.VPII GALLERY: OLD
stand. Best location In the titj inqulte at
Barnes A New co 1 S music store. S tt
V'OiE HOME MuXEY To LOAN ON WELL
O improved farm or oily propenj-. Keach & cu-
ueis; attornej s, .)W eugw iclc mock. u a a;
FEED AND GltAIX.
Under This Head Sc Per Line Per Day.
OK AX. 65: SHORTS 73. TELEP
I3 F. Puckott, III) W Douglas av e.
KAN. 65: SHOUTS 73. TELEPHONE S1. W.
GOULD-TELEPHONE 4i. Ml E DOUGLAS
FO It EACH A NG E
rilO EXCHANGE-GOOD FARM IN VALLEY
JL Cetitrr township. Price JUSJ; clearof Incuin
b ance; for stnctlj'good ii hlta resilience pro;.erty
Lone A Co. dti 7t
t inter this bend 3e per lnepr t.iv.
J" OST-A LIGHT COLORED PUG DOG. AN
J svreringto the nameof "Pcttie." Flndar win
bcrevrardod by teturnliig 3lis. Cralioer. S2 North
Main street. IS,2t
LOsT BETWEEN CITY BUILDING AND CEN
trtl ave. on M.i'nst. a ladies gold w.itrh and
fob. A liberal reward If returned to Sill N Topek.i
J- ovr-roun month old water span
J Jel pup. Finder will receive liberal reward
by deliveting same at.li North JIalu st. aniif
t nrter UilshcndSc rer line perdny.
I ri llilt-liemlSc j er line peiMnr
?OIt TBADE-A RESIDENCE IOR
I stock. He.ily A. Moore.
P Ell SOX A L.
Under this head Scpei lino per day.
mustc Ayp art.
CONSER VA TOli V OF M CSIC
222 Students last year.
Send for Citaloguo and Term. 84
MISS WJ YNICK,
INSTRUCTIONS GlVI N IN OIL PORTRAIT.
landKape -kctchlhg from still dfe and nature.
UijH trj' crayons aud paMel. Terms .'0 rt3hours
cius lessons. I'rlvatfllesvons lit home 1 3 hours
lcvons. Boom 45, Zlmmerly block. d 7a tf
T. G. I'.NE,
BEST PIANO TUNER IN THE STATE
Call oraddieks, care of Lane and Baker, 116 E.
Flrtst . Wiehlta. Kun
City Business glv en sptclul attention. dB tf
VIOLIN JNSTlt CCTION.
Mr. Miorinnn JSkinnr. Violin J)cpart
mentof the i(.kner Consoi vatory o
Mtiaic. Apply for terms at Ktaie 'a
tioual Bank or 035 . Topeka Ave.
HEALY & MOORE.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCH'TS
Foioii Block Yards. Hichita, Kan.
'1 ,'1 w, u .
Drover s s
ATTOE5rrS AT LAW.
JOITN :. SiriJ'MAN,
A ltornci-at-Lu ir,
His rrritjy lorats! In Wrliit Will prxOirr la
all th cwirt and srlrf- protati t-itfcin to all ist-Jn-
lntrau-1 to bis care, GSJc rooti. 1 at4
12 K.llaln St. -!
ST A NLET f UM1L
AttotrifysBtlw, Wlcldta. Kuisas.
In flnf Tailoring for thl mouth.
Panta to onk-rM 00 n p.
Suits tnon!cr-!tway down.
It will pay yon to call j.ritl c"t
pric Iare sclecti. ood UL.
WICHITA TAILORING CO.
II. C fozht
AVichita IFair Bazar.
117 . Main ?t. CpStalr..
Hair l)iiaz xrA Vzutcmr prl&rt.
0sral arTie loc !. ferTfcw GraharaV
Crfbra:Tl Tfttlrt (itxAn, Mod CtntartiCM,
Arrnt wait! ut aljicnt tenmt.
KltS Glove Ckaatd. I'txtce ocJUJ.
Airs. J. M. Lcvcridiierrop.
Sr rb'fuin r-ltrZr
k. Wk.&U 1
RAILROAD 1IXK TABLES
ATCHISON, TOPKKA k bAMTA tt nR.
1 ARRIVE 1 LJCAVK
hORTH AND E.sST.
Xo. H Kansas City txp m
Xo. 406 Chicago Vestibiile
1103 a M
530 p 54
Xo. 408 Missouri River Ex-
Xo. 4KEnKlevrood Kxpr'ss
Xo. 415 Local Freigbt
Xo. 43S Pasns'J.-
SOCTH AND TTKST.
Xo. 4(17 Oklahoma City and
Fort Worth Express.....
Xo. 427 Caldwell nd Pan
Xo. 403- Fort Worth. Gal
veston and Texas thro'gh
Xo. 41." Wlchtta Express...
Xo. 437 Enslewood Aceotu.
Xo. 417 Local Frelijht
Xo. 413 Freight
WICHITA AND WESTERN.
ARIllVE FROM WEST.
Xo. 416 Alullintillo and Kinsman
Xo. 4U). Pratt and Kinsman, accom
modation TIKPART WEST.
10 90a a
Xo. 415, Kinsman and Mnlliaville
Xo. 4 31. Kingman and Pratt accom
modation....................... Daily except Snnday.
6T.I.OUli SAN i'lt-VNClSCO R. R.
TRAINS. ARltlVE DEPARTS
Vo. 1 west bonnd also to '
Elsworth daily 533 a m 525 a m
Xo. ." west bound also to
Elsworth daily 43r p m 43S p m
Xo. 4 east bound dail'..... 10.W am 1035 a nx
Xo. 2 east bountl dailj' 1030 pm 10S5 pnt
MISSOURI TACtriC RAILWAT.
T1H1VS. AKKIVK rKPART
Chicago & Kusaa CUT ex.. 8i0 p m. fiC p. m.
(From Anthony) .
St. I.onls .Mall & Express... &lSa m. LOO p. Ct,
Mixed Express. JL05a.ni.
iConvray sirtmjs mixed)
Mlxesl Express .... 7:15a.m.
( 1 o Anthony Kiowa)
St. Louis Mull A. Express... 45 p. m. fcttp. a.
Chlcaso A Kansas City Ex. 7 Jia. m. T-SOa, a.
Hutchinson A Oenrseo... ils.m.
Hutchinson .tOcneseo f45p.".n.
Trains deslcnated as ccal or mixed do not ran ost
Pot mil Information call at city ticket offlce. lit
Depot comer Second and Wichita street.
E. E. liLECKl.Gr. P. and T. A.
1IUE TABLE CntCAGO. ItOCK ISLAND PACina
("Oreit Rock Island nonti"
In effect. comm!icJne August 3);h.
TIlAINl. 1 AKKIVK I LKAVKJ"
C.OINO NCHTII ANI BAST.
N'o.2Kans.is City St. Louis
and Chlcnco. World's Fair
limited, daily ISAM 3BAM
No 2 Cti'oruilo sprllic..
l)HTernnd Pat.i(lc Coast
Exprr.sdallr ISAM 13AM
No. 4 Kansas city St Loni
mid Chlcnsn night ex.
dullj'. except Sunday 3045pm 1050pm
No. Si Acouiinotatloa,
dully. except Sunday, 1H5AM HIOrM
N'o. 1. Oklahoma and Texas
express daliv 715 pm "Hint
No. X Okbthoma ex. dally
except fennday . (SAM 430 AM
Nu.21. Act 0111. dally execp'
Mimlay .. 210 I'M 2IOrvr
Mecant tecltnlii: clmlr cur on nit trains, nint
rulbnuu fleet rs (rum Wichita in Kantaa City and
Inlcncu vTlthoulLhanc ou nltht tralus. 11ckt
Kohl and tuuxage checked llironicli to allyoluls
north, south, etut and vrest. and Meamahtp llcksta
nlil to all htirotiemi polutn at lovrest rat. City
ticket office tin East UoneUs avenue, tornnr llala
street; panseiieerBtatiou corner Uouglaa and MmJ
avenues, 'telephone WJ.
J. 11. 1'nit.t.ips. Tlchat Acak,
rxo. sritAvriAN. o. T. a i. a Chiraeo. hl
Leave Perry at 1:30 p. m. and returning;
Icavo Stillwater at 7:.'!0 a. m.
dSS tf. Tl'bnek Ford, Props. .
Perry, Wharton to Stillwater. Leaves
Stillwater 7a. m.; P'rry 1 p. in. alao Ex
change stables ut Orlando and Stillwater.
We make u specialty of carryitiK passen
gers between theso uoints.
blllVKLY, Vanm-vck & SUIVELV,
DR. J. E. JiEXNETT,
M BK. unda.i dlienws
if th rtctjm ourwl
wlihout knife. 1 1 ct u res
tir cu.tU,ciirrs cur
antest No money tr
lw p.dd until you uro
I'RI VA TV. DISEASED
Il lx)tll .xrs quickly
nd rodleally cihkI ou
. uiott rrasonabli
I JIM.L AlLilEVTs.
I ucorrha. painful
ri.rtl. etc.. apoUtty -
- Millalldt free.ooil-
t 1 1 nhd liivrttcil.
Onlcn npen from a. m.
U VM V- to.: SUhdujr
tint! I Dp ... ..
(.nil it ofticr cp;o-ite M'tn'uui Mc.amara.
im. J. IC BENXFLT.
I'JO X. 31ain St.. WiihltH. Kh.
J.O. DAVIDbON. Trst. A- FacLknch, Caali
CITIZENS' : BANK.
Kansas National liank
Sloney to Loan on Good Secur
ity fit reasonable rates. 6i
(Ksta-blfeW In VTAi
HEALY & DEWEY,
Ncaf bntfJr,lcla rotnpani r-prfwntl.
All wlio lnare lth as will find tbelr intr
wtn cloely snrdsl. W-tf
J. C. WILSON, DENTIST.
J IS E. Douylnn.
tfh r.nrcsil by Kctriey w!thrt pia rj
Tfl Fills! Btj ""? - ".
Tfih y ! Jt-awaa - - - 1n
Teeili Fitted tU Uvi - - IL'JMtJaa
t rt A Vvirr or Lxwif 7t!i V'lfh TUis
bo tcttrr ndr. i feUtr tw scsct jrw py. tx
Att ot w.rruit2
M. C. G. ADAMS
1 Has opened Dental Parlors at 100
East JDoaglaa avenue. All aniea
thetica adminiKtered. Gold work
a specialty. All work warranted.
Tt.e Xeticnal tlie onlr cbool In
America, where lite scholar Kt tho
actca! training the him m if tner
wres on Tbe ilam Line, Utun
wort, UiJezraphy, ripr buidnrM,
Watrn Untoo. A'o then hand
and iTp-Jwriting. Ztd floor Firebaush
hlcck cor. It and ilUrket, Wichita,
Kaa., I'rof. J. P Surta-11. Prin,
Kansas Strain Laundry
li2 &. & i JLs wrtt js A.
All sccrk: jcr.tei to b xcrcd out la
zood ordr. GectU Jelvrri to J3 tmti
of i b city. Tlp'ton UC
Agratl ia clfeer t3ira wst4.
? jlLJB 1
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