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If. M. MURDOCK, Editor.
R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager.
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tn Southietttern Kantat.
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Entered in the PottoJUce at Wichita, at tccond
clati matter, and entered to tramition through the
rnaiU at inch.
D. W. SMITH,
Ukntist. Eagle building, Douglas avenue,
UAItUIS IIAKKIS 4 HKEBAUUII.
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wich
Attornevs at Law. Wichita, Kansas.
over Citizens' bank.
I'hy itician and Surgeon . Office o cr Fill ler &
W. V. WALKER,
l,'. K. SHERWOOD,
HentUl. Office iu Kerrall Building opposite
postoffice. Main street, Wichita, Ivniioas.
Teeth extracted witliout iiln by idtroa oxide
J. .1. CltlST,
Architect and Siirintciiient. Office, Kmll
Werner'k'ulock, Douglas avenue, between To
peka avenue auil Law rente St., Wichita, Kan
1. D. IIOUhTOX, K. W. UENTLKY.
HOUSTON A BENTLEY.
Attorneys at Tjiw Office over Kaunas Na
tional bank, Wichita, Kan.
J. F. LAUCK,
Attorney at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
E. C. ItUGULES,
'Attorncy-at-lavv. Office over No. 31, Main
Street, Wichita, Kansas. SS-
O. D K11CK,
Attoniev at Law Itoom No. ."!, V S. Land
officobiilliiliig, Wichlia, Kansas.
.1. C. HEIMtlNG,
Civil Kngiiicerand Ileal Estate Agent. Tem
ple block near Tostoffice, Wichita. Kmis.is.
HATTON. ItUUULES & 1'AltSUSS,
ATTOit.NKir8-AT-LAW, Wichita, Kansas. 4.1-
" J. M. 3ALDEKSTON,
Attoilnkt at law, Wichita, Sedgwick county
Kansas. Oilire in Centennial Block.
I)R. J. C DEAN,
Dkxtist. Ituonw in Field building, Main
(street, opKo!te Harding A. Fibber's. 12-51-
"" )U, v. I, DOYLE,
Dkntih Office over Barnes A
store, Centennial block, Wichita.
U. W. COLLI.NOS, UOllT. M TIATT
COLLING' A WATT,
AltornejH at Law. Will practice. In both state
and Federal court. Ollicu in Temple block,
Main street, tecnnd stairway north of root
office, Wichita, Kaunas.
Adeertitemrnlt in thit column irill be charged for
at the rate of Five Cinti per line per lecek. So
adrertttement taken for lest than 25 centt.
"firANTED A good nurse girl from II to 10
YV years old by Bitting Bros. d-5-tf
WANTED Four ollto curbstone brokers ;
must be genteel in every respect and re
siwnsible ; men preferred that are acquainted
with Bunnell Itovs and Nicdcrlandcr nnd their
decoys; also men who can entertain land-buyers
and Bpeculatorson a small margin of net prollts.
Stamps nnd .stationer furnished free to non
residents. H. F. Fiiikm) ft Co.
"VirANTKD A renter Tor n nice room in new
YV bnlldlnir omiosite liostofllce.
ANTED A tenant for a Hplendid office
room over Fuller A Son's ii-i-ii
WANTED Bnjers Tor 25 lots on Lawrence
and Topeka aenues In blocks .land 4,
Orme ft l'hillps' addition. These are the Jlncbt
lots in Wichita for the price MN per lot.
3-tf H. F. Fmr.M&C.
WANTED Land bujers to know that vvo
are0bteil in prices and location uf every
tract or land that ib Tor sale in Sedgu ick county.
3-tr II. F. Fiukmi A Co.
WANTED Strangers to know that we have
as line a line or K-al Estate bargclns,
both in city and country, as anjbodv.
J-i-tf Oaliiwi.li, AStiioviI.
WANTED Ever bedy to know that we
have the oldest and most reliable set of
Abstracts in the county. "A word to the wise
is sufficient. C o.nw km. A .Stiuino.
"17"ANTED Thu public to know thct Tor Ab
VV stracts. Insiirlince or Ileal Estate, it will
pay ou to call at
femnle block and mi-
Camiwkll ft Stiiomj,
WANTED Ever body wanting city lots to
call at onr office for good bargains.
. Biinmcll ft VtY.
WANTED A bnver Tor a quartei-iection of
good raw lanil ; for s-le cheap ; well wa
tered ; situated in Nlnnescah.
J. V. Daugiikiitv.
3-tf (with Judge Campbell.
ANTED $1,200 for 12 line lots, all in one
body; worth sM,H.
WANTED Farmers and citizens to know
that the old reliable and pioneer cloth
ing honse of valley Is located second door south
WANTED To rent a good office room over
Wichita grocer-. B. II. Koi .
WANTED Bu vers for choice property that
rents readily for $132 per year. Three
houses and large lots for $2,50o.
Hunnki.i. ft Lovs.
WANTED Ever body to visit the Star
Clothing Honse and examine goods and
prices before purchasing elscvv here.
WANTED A good business for sale in a
live town. For further particulars ad
dress at once 31. S.
Wichita Post-office, Kunsas. lw.
WANTED To sell n god top buggy, side
bar: or will trade for a pha'ton.
11. II. Boy.
WANTED We want strangers visiting
Wichita to stear clear of loatlng agents
and curb-stone brokers, and bny property of
some responsible and reliable llrm like our ow n
Bunnell ft Boys.
WANTED Many customers to be fitted out
in those elegant and nobby Corkscrew
suits. .Star Clothing.Uouse.
"11TAXTED Girl for general housework.
TT Kcferenres required. K. 11. Boys.
WANTED l'nrties wanting loans on town
or country property, to call and see us at
any time, iois oi money.
UtTNXVlT. . ItrkVit
"VI T ANTED An "owner for a store kev:keyi
TT can be had by calling at this office and j
pa lng for this notice.
WANTED To sell a good counter. Call at i
the l'arlor Jlililnery Store or .Mrs. S E.
WANTEl 2,o0 acres or land in one body
In this county, Air a fancv stock rami.
WANTE1 We want merchants to know
that our Insurance companies are all
strictlv first-class, and their policies cost no
more than those or second-rate companies.
ANTED We want The Daily Kic.l.tto
be a big success, and make lots of money
for 31 unlock llros
and also for
IIonfjj. A Roys.
7"ANTED Uuver for a good set or double
TT Harness; useti but attic.
BrxNTLL ft Roys.
WANTKD-I.and buyers to make their hed
marteri at our office, l'lenty of t
tlonery and desk room.
- BcxxKLL ft Roys.
TITANTKI Kervbodr to Vnow that we
hae been, are now, and nlwajs will be
the moH succesKfuI real estate and loaning llrm
. In Wichita. ItLNNKLi. A Uois.
"liyANTKD KM-rvbodr to know that wehave
fT the strongest nnd best Insurance agency
in the state.
"17"ANTKI rarties having property for sale
Y to leave price and dccripUon at onr
ANTElV-rtuyer for 3 lots at 1.W each;
worth 8.1U. Umu soon or ou will lie
. , : 7T T ;
TirANTED A live agent to tntrodaee In
V Sedgwick county Treasury of Soar.'
IU merit commenas us saic not cnecK out
reniiemaniv uenonmieni anu trtu-c is ait mat is
.. . . . ... .ft..i ,
necesaarv. Every musician
- -- 'w.' ,., 1- wt.i.!.. 1.
iu , iiuin
reference. Apply evenings to
room 3 Temple Block.
N. F. KLEDERLANDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Corner Douglas and
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE "COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
In the first numbers of the Wichita Daily
Eamlk, we wish to call" the attention or its
many readers to the inducements offered to the
immigrantto Wichita and Sedgwick county. We
assume it as a fact that the great Arkansas val
ley is a favored spot, that nature has showered
her blessings with a lavish hand, that our fu
ture is ful 1 of promise", but a word of detail may
bu of interest to the many contemplating a
move to the West. The visitor will readily see
that In tills nnd the adjoining counties we have
the largest body of bottom or valley land in the
west, and it may be said that It is not a alley
hedged in by precipitous cliffs, making a large
percentage or waste land, but the margin Is
only marked by a gradual Blope, every acre or
which may be tilled profitably. Our soil is a
rich sandy loam, well adapted to a great v arie
ty or crops. The sub-soil Is a deep deposit or
sand, affording a free passage or water from
the river, and by constant evaporation nourish
es the crop during the digest season. The visi
tor to our "Forest City" will see the effect or
this by the freshness and vigorous growth or
trees and vegetation, even in midsummer.
To attempt a showing or statistics, or our
products or late years is not our purpose,
though it may bo or interest to know that the
assessor's report Tor the year 1&3 shows a re
turn or C,75,050 bushels of corn raised iii Sedge
wick county alone, from which it will be seen
that the 12,000 bushels donated to the sufferers
from the Ohio flood was but a drop from the
bucket. The crop or wheat, oats and other
grain, the number or cattle, sheep and hogs
shipped during the year were cacli in propor
tion to the corn product. The rich, nutritious
grasses, the mild winters and short reeding
season, afford peculiar advantages to the stock
raiser, and the story or our success in this
branch or Industry has spread bcond the lim
its orour State. Last year we negotiated the sale
or 5,300 acres or land in th'e western part or the
county to parties rrom ituuaio, -. i., io ue
knovn as the Mewett horse Tarm. ' ' The pur
pose is to breed and raise thoroughbred horses,
and the location was selected particularly w ith
reference to all the necessary conditions, alter
having visited many jiortlons or the west in
search or a location. Men may theorize and
speculate, but the Investment or money tells.
F'or every .variety or fruit suited to the cli
mate, there seems to be but one condition to a
sure crop-the planting or trees. Our Tanners
and fruit growers are already realizing large
profits from this crop, which will increase with
the growth or orchards. Our grand exhibit at
the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in
'TG will long be remembered by the thousands
uiwi tlu.n- learned with wonder what we had
achieved in the way or rrult raibing.
The growth or our city within the last few
cars has been phenomenal. From the trackless
prairie of 12 ears ago she has bloomed into a city
of as many thousand inhabitants. From the
building of gas and water works, a street rail
way, and, by actual count, 573 new houses last
year, it may be inferred that our condition, to
say the least, is healthy. With our six banks,
with an aggregate capital of ov er $VW,O00, our
live or slv flourishing newspapers, to which we
can now welcome the Duly Eaglk, with the
associate press dispatches, our five railroad
lines, our supremacy in size and thrift to all
surrounding points, we may claim Tor Wichita
a rapid growth Tor years to come. Our geo
graphical lwsltioii is sufficiently remote rrom
larger cities to make It available as a distribut
ing point. This condition is duly attested by
the building or rival lines or railroad, giving us
thendvantage of competition in freights, and
as naturally as results follow- causes our mer
chants are turning their attention to the job
bing trade, the first venture or the kind being
a wholesale grocery house, with a capital or
$100,000. The field Is yet unoccupied in many
branches or trade. A pork packing house, a
woolen ractory, starch works and a canning
factory, are a few of the things greatly needed.
The material and the market are here Bide In
side, strikingly illustrated in the folly or ship
ping the live hog to Kansas City or Chicago to
be killed ami returned to us In the form or ran
cy brands or hams and breakrast bacon at still
more fanev nrices to the consumer. In addition
to uurliome market w-e may always depend on
a ready sale for our surplus to our neighbors In
the non-producing regions or the Bocky moun
tains, saing nothing or the great markets fur
ther tast. In the money centers or the country
there are millions of unemployed capital which
might find sale and profitable employment in
our oung and growing state. New industries
are springing upon every hand; our cities and
towns are growing; the product or the field and
rarm are increasing; values are tending upward,
backed by tho productions or the country, and
the bone and tissue and energyorthe people, for
tunes have been made In the legitimate increase
of values, and with tho Impetus now moving
us there are fine opiortunitics for quick returns
to money properly invested.
From our partial list, which is but an index
to w hat we have to offer, it will be Been that the
purchaser can be suited In any clnss or real es
tate. Improved rarms and wild lands, stock
ranches and city property on be shown in great
variety. Any information sought w 1th a view
to purchases in our section, will be cheerfully
given, and a circular containing a map of
Sedirwick countv. with an extended .list of
property will be mailed on application to
N. F. NtLDEiiLASUEU, Wichita, Kansas
s w 12-23-10 west, Kingman county,
20 acres broke, $1300.
i:5. w 1-2 of w 1-2 32-2S-5 w , hlngman coun
ty, 30 acres broke, $1800.
l.va. Quartern miles e or town, $2.
1574. Quarter 2 1-2 miles s e or Cheney. $2:0.
15jO 1-2. Quarter sec. 10 miles n w or Wichita,
on Arkansas river, 92000, 300 cash, balance
on time at 7 per cent.
15,. 100 a on Nlnnescah liver, 5 miles below
Cheney, 20 a in cultivation, $2500.
15. ISO a 7 miles south cr Goddard, $1000.
1501. Quarter sec. 5 miles east or town. $2500.
1.-KC. 100 a 8 rnili-s s e or Wichita, l.u, 1-3
ion. tVi a adjoining Garden Plain, $iam.
1005. KM a in see; 4-2JJ-3 east, liutler .county,
25 In cultivation, iliVO.
KW. 00 a 12 miles s e of W ichita, good ni
l and, $15 per acre.
!. Onarter miles n wot Garden Plain.
lira. ICO 2 miles n wof Garden Plain. 20 a
1 broke, $1700.
lGSrt, Ms miles from Garden Plain, $-oo.
lets, n 1-4 SS-20-4 w, 7 miles n w of Garden
1040. n e 1- 4-30-4 w, all raw, $1500.
1037. 3B60 a in n e part or Comanche county,
plenty of water, a splendid cattle range, 93 ier
1US. 1G0 a In Kingman county,
of TChenrr, 50 a in culUvaUon, one
r miles vi est
with cellar, ljw.
15il. 10u a a mile a w of Wichita, small house,
mi a under cultivation, good orchards of apple
and peach, nlcegroTe, ii.v.
1M1. ltW a 1-2 mile from Cheney, 40 a in cul
I 153. 211a 4 miles n iu lunn ud tunwuii
creeK, W I unner caiut auun, iv a ui iiiihti,
. house of 3 rooms, granary, stable and other
f buildings, all hedged and cross hedged, splen-
did orchards and groves. This is a beautiful
l Ju WasnulT-sa of town, near Haygvillc
,,b; no In rnltivation. coo.I1 1-i storv
hous with addition. bmaux3.ii1th Ion. corn
I crib, smoke bonse. Ac , 13 a pasture, good
' n-.Anir atrhuili. SS ner acre.
153C 100 i mile n e of town on Chlsholm
.,!. 125 acres in cnlUvaUon. 1 story bouse.
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)w&rinir fruit, a nlendiil ttlaoe for stock biu.uuu. I
lxo sioaimllean w of Goddard, 110 a
i cultivation, 1 1.2 story house of 7 room,
house, store building, post-office on place, good
fences, living water, some fruit, SCOOO and
terms to suit.
1540. lU0a4mlle8 8W-orGoddard, 11-2 story
house or 0 rooms and good cellar, stable for i;
horses, cow stable for 6 head, granary, cribs Ac
wuul linilirM 4i a iiattnm wireil- .VI a in culti-
rood hedtres. 30 a pasture.
vatlon, living water, orchard, 4c.
1542. 1G0 a 4 mile nor Cheney, 110 a in cul
tivation, small house, stable and granary,
spring or water, jgood orchards, $15W, 1-2
cash. . , ,
1514. ICO a 4 miles e or Cheney, 10) a In culti
vation, living water, some fruit, $2200.
1215. 4o a 5 miles s e of Cheney, 2 good hous
es and barns, cribB, shells and other buildings,
bearing fruit, living water, 100 a pasture en
closed with wire, $12,000.
1540. ICO a miles s w of Goddard, 00 a in cul
tivation, small house, watered by clear creek,
"l347". 1C0 a 1 1-2 wile b e Garden Plain, 120 a in
cultivation, 1 1-2 story house of 4 rooms and
good walled cellar, stable and granary, on
Clear creek, $2500.
1550. ICO a 5 miles nor Cheney, 70 in cultiva
tion, house, some fruit, watered by Spring
creek, $20 per acre.
1551. 100 a 2 1-2 mile3s or Garden Plain, 115 a
in cultivation, good house, barn, granary. vc ,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 4 a or tine bud
ded fruit, $3000.
1553. 1C0 a 2 miles from Garden Plain, all
smooth land, 120 a In cultivation, house and
living water, 92500.
155L loo a in liutler county, 5 miles from Au
gusta, 20 a or timber, 12'J in cultivation, good
houoe, granary and stable, plenty or fruit, liv
ing water, $5000.
155G. 43 1-2 a on Little river, 1 mile n oMovvn,
1 1-2 story house, 5 rooms, good barn, corn cribs
and granary, good orchards and small fruits,
1557. 430 a in Rutler county, 2 1-2 miles e of
Andover, 220 a in cultivation, 1 1-2 story house,
Srroms and cellar, all hedged and cross hedge
edand wired, 40 apple, COO peach, pear, cher
ries c, all bearing, a finely improved place,
15CI. s wl-4 30-2S-3ca3l, imiier couniy, 1 i-i 1
story house, f0 a in cultivation, $2500. 1
1503. 100 a 3 1-2 miles w or Valley Center, 11-2 ,
story house, 3 rooms and cellar, granary and
other improvements, watered by Little river,
$40 per acre. . , '
1504. ICfi a 5 miles nor Wichita, house with 2
rooms, small barn, 140 a in wire pasture, good
orchards or apple and iiench, $25 ier acre. ,
150. 100 a 7 miles w or town, near Cow skin
creek, 150 in cultivation, 1 1-2 story house, live ,
rooms and cellar, stable, granary, cribs and
sheds, various kinds or fruits, all hedged and j
cross hedged, $0,200 .
1531. 100 a 3 miles n e of Derby, on Spring 1
creek, 20 a timber, 140 a in cultivation, 11-2
storv House 24X10. siauic. granary, nueu, aim
cribs, hedged and cross hedged, plenty of fruit,
1 .'!. ir.l n i miles n of Garden Plain. SO a i
piiltivnttnn. 1 1-2 storv bouse of 8rooills. stable.
good orchard of apple, licach and cherry,
l.V3. 100 a 3 miles s e or town, 30 a In cultiv a
tion, 130 a fenced. oung orchard, watered by
Gpsum creek, $5000, $1000 cash, balance on
time at 7 per cent.
1534. Quarter sec-4 miles n or Garden Plain, 1
house with 3 rooms and small barn, 40 a In pas-
ture, $350J , , 1
l.Vw. 1C0 a 2 miles w or town, good frame 1
building, 100 a in cultivation, young orchard,
lCJii. 1CJ a 5 miles 11 w of Wichita, CO a in cul
tivation, rest enclosed In pasture, good house,
and stable, 90000. , ,
PI2I. 100 a 3 miles n w or town, all undercul
tivation, 1 1-2 story house or 4 rooms, stable, I
orcnarti ami snaue trees, r)uii.
1023. 1C0 a "J miles s w or "Wichita, 100 a In
cultivation, house with 4 rooms, stable, cribs
1024. 100 a 8 miles w or Wichita, 120 a in cul
tivntlnn lmnKi- and stable. $4500.
1025. (HO a 2 1-2 miles 11 of Garden Plain, 300
Bin cultivation, 2 houses and 2 stables, living!
water, $1200. 1
No. 172, One-story frame house, four rooms '
nnd pantry, on Mos'ley avenue. Lot 10.S150 feet,
east front, comer alley, fine Iruit and shade
trees, SltOO. . , !
No. 171, Fine two-story frame residence or
eight rooms, on Emporia avenue, cellar rull
size or house, comer lot 125x140 feet, good fruit,
line neighborhood; a special bargain at $3000.
No. 170, Cottage or four rooms on W aco
street, lot 52142 leet, good fence, peach, pear,
plum , cherry and fine shade trees. Price $1100,
on good terms.
No. 107, Small house, three rooms, on Cen
tral avenue; good stable, picket fence, fruit
and shade trees, choice location. Price $110),
hair cash, balance good time. .
Fo. 168, Five or six cottages in Ea9t M ichita,
under rent at 20 per cent, on the price asked lor
them. Houses new and in good order; a choice
investment. ... .
No. 100, House with three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge fence, fruit and shade
trees, one acre or ground, $1500.
No. 105, House, slv rooms, 011 Central ave
nue, corner lot, H51I0 feet. Ram and carnage
house, apple, ieach, plum, cherry and shade
No. 130, Three cottages on Emporia avenue,
English addition, all rented at good figures, a
No. 131, Frame residence, six rooms, on To
peka avenue, barn, fruit and shade trees, lot
No. 127, House seven rooms on Lawrence av
enue, south; Darn lor lour norses. iukk '"
chicken house, water In house, line fruit and
shade trees, a beautiful home, 2jm.
No. 117, Elegant residence on Topeka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, bam, crib and
outbuildings; broad walks, picket fence, line
fruit ana sliaae trees, svnw.
No. SB. Valuable business property on Doug
las avenue, first-class location. Call for price
No. 00. Fine business proiKirU- on Douglas
avenue; old building, but very cheap at $5000.
No. Sri. Onenndnhalfstory frame residence
on Market street, six rooms, in good repair,
coal house, shade and fruit trees, M5i.
No. M. One-story frame on Washington
street, large lot, $750.
No. 01. Rusinesspropertvon Douglas avenue,
Griffs addition. Frame building, rents well,
No. 04. One lot on Main street, well located,
one-storv frame building, 91750.
No !C. Uusiness property on Main .street,
under rent. 92500,
No. 37. Two-storv brick building on Mam
street, centrally located, all rented, $5200
No. 181. An elegant residence in the north
pkhI nnrt or the citv. Large grounds, fine rrult
-ndhade trees, modern bonse in perfect or
der; a rare chance to the right party.
No. Is7. A nice cottage on corner lot. near
center or business, new rnrase, $-M)
No. 101. Cottage of five rooms on Jtead ave
nue, plentv of fruit, over one acre of land,
'No. 173. A beantilul home on Lawrence ave
nue; lot WMtuieci, one anu a nan siorr mure
house of seven rooius in iwrfect order, good cel
lar, well and large cistern. Bam and all neces
sarv outbnlldings. Fine grape arlor and other
fruits; shade In front, price sMOuu, part cash,
balance ongood time.
No. 133. Two house on 'Wichita street, Ave
rooms each, cemented cellar, pantry and clos-,
et in each honse, nice shade trees, lot Mxl.'iH
feet, S!5ix) each
No. 110. Smalt honse. Shrce rooms and cel
lar, rents for 912.50. ITice J0, on Lawrence
No HI. House of thre rooms, on 1th ave
nue, rents for 10, price fTOU.
No. 13$. One-story rrame house on Empona
avenue, good cellar bain, water from water
works, near bTse car, line neighborhood,
92tVW, cash and time.
No. 133. One-story frame residence on Law
rence avenue, six roon. cellar, coal honse,
carriage house, hennery, lot well Tenced, voxUD
feet. Fine variety of frait and ahade trees, best
locality in the cltv. ln 3300
No 5. Four lots on Chlsholm street, 1()
each, very cheap
No. 11. Two lots on Fmpona avenne, Kng
lNh's ith adilition, .-SHl
No. 23. Two choice lots on IKiuglas avenue,
line business propertr Call and get the tlgnre.
No 24. Six lots In lakeside addition, cneap
No 49. Five good lots on Court street, 41.
No. 32. Two lots on Wichita street, 3n
No tS Six lots on Douglas avenue, 4'l
No 75 A nice plat of ground for sab-divid-ing
on Lawrence and Topeka avenues, can be
sold at a bargain
No. 76. Uusiness lot on Main street, looo.
No. Ki Large lot on Market street, cheap at
No K. A larg lot tor sub-dividing, on Cen
I have the exclusive sale of lot in Orme and
rhillip addition, south of the city This is the
highest plat of ground around the city, and
prices are within the reach of all, V lois al
readv sold, and houses are springing op all over
the addition Call early ana mate a seiecuon
The late improvements in West Wichita, in-
calitv. it is the nearest vacant property to the
business center of Wichita, and there is no
doubt of its rapid growth and a good advance on
Ihsro tho aAle inrr for lots In Steven' a J-
in I dition. The lots re" centrally locate-I, and j
ice1 are having ready ale. ,
For Choice, Fresh
Fair Treatment ami Honest Goods, goto j
W. G. HACKER.
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
And all kinds or
Stone, Lime, Cement,
i u. v,v,v - .SB.0; ,
Grey & Blue Stone. 1
Office at liig Red Scales, No.
South Side, Near Dejiot.
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
Or Sihwick County
A Oomolete Stock of Pino Lumber,
r OJice anil Yard on Market Street, betireen
Uouijla Avenue and Firtt Street. 4'-tl
Exton Elevator Com Mills.
J FineGrounaanflBolteflCorn Meal.
Ground Corn and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
Orders filled jromI '
Teleiihone to Kxtoii Coal
Popkess & Wakefield
Have the well known
Which i equal if not supariur to
the Canon City.
We advise'all our readers to give it
a trial, a this iirni will keep it on hand
TIT-ANTED Tlin-e ladies to take
T conuil y
1). L. Dau, city.
ANTKD To sell a pood lmttjry horse In-
ciuire oi .Mr. eoi ainiiu, nuriu cm vi
- .. -. . .. ..1- n.l. n.l ..r
-it WTV.l) Kii-nhndv to know
V (iiiarters ib Star ClothinK Houe
W ANTKD A renter for 320 acres of frrasu
land In Fcctlon 23, township, 2 west.
Also, tenants for 2 pood houses in city.
,!-(, WirillTl IiAM A I.OAV to.
ErsTArk. Val. Bank!
'Ilia oldest inoiicv liihtitiiUon in th? Aikaufns
w. c. woodman,
Wm. s. woodman,
WILT.. :. WOODMAN, Jn
AmerirJtii Echanpe NatM Hank, New York
VI,-..! Vallnnnl l'.nnL. nf (.IllcflfO. llliUOU
Hank ofKaniaa City, Kansas City, Mistonri I
Are no a ix:cuiyiiis our
New I'onimodious Bank Building
No. 33 Main Street
Do a General Banttna Business
' In all Its modern functions.
Loan Money in Any Anent
On all satisfactory collaterals real, personal
. i or chattel and accommonate lue oorrowrr
f . f .1. .1 . .. ...... .1...- t.. (IPs . .IF
M III! IIIIIV Hum tilic uiij ,i, m, w j ..
C3" SH tlcketa by the fastest and safest lines
of teamer- In the n-orld. to or from nil irincl
)al Eiiroixaii twirls, la North German Lloyd
or Cunard llnej.
In the organization of the First Arkansas ,
Valley Hank, or Wichita, Kana, we InToke .
neither directors, stockholder or branches,
nor do we deal In puts, margins or nnUIde 1
i-uei Our labor are t tnctly to the meaure
or IU legitimate snccc
For Its pmdent management we are Individu
ally rejausible , ,. , 1
r'or the protection of every deiosItor H
plelgel the lat dollar of our rortune.
Creetin? with many thanks our niimerom old
frien'l't, uhose patronace, with our enhance!
facilities, vie idiall le happy to Increase, and
kindly Mich or the general pul)licai may desire
tnnrnil ilirmtrhr thereof, and onr indement
and convenience may ee prudent to accept, we
are reiectful!y our,
1 ' ' W. i WOODMAN A SON.
Branch Yards at
Garden Plain & Harper.
Wichita Meat Market,
All Kinfls of Fresh anil Salt Heati '
" lkUIUU mil uuu uuu uui " ,
Of the very Ul ;uili.T
Ijfce fih WetaeUir.
fcWBaWFy liHBPBHBKHBBHHPl'VIBHdBHp aJ rfflBBMfl
Rhodes' BBBBWrr anflT ll&s. krtM
front, P""' ' "'-JL' mkmU tfryMPMSISK
Douglas Avenue and I 1'intjM' tHi . EHIMrWHrT 'vs? H
l-tr I . Ib jL -.F BiBralMte' m
L. C JACKSON. LMtf.'. JtsTji- M- MP w2
M7" lj5rgl,2rl lT!! "LTigyBWBEBSBlKfflPfy ",a-Fari-
We have in stock now the Best Scotch Cheviot Suit for $10.00
ever shown in this city. Call and see them.
Bitting Bros., One-Price Clothiers.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
FLOUR .AJSTID FEED.
MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS:
OOOnS DELIVERED TO ANT FART OF THE CITY.
o. "wiLsoisr & 00.,
(Successors to Wil&ou & Toms,)
OIF SO?. XjOTJIS, MISSOT7EI,
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money ac Sight, Commission Very Low.
Wc have connected
In detail Buy, Sell & Exchange Western property for Eastern, and vice versa
Call on or address
M. L. GARVER.
Manager of the Wichita Branch, WICHITA, KAXSAa
Office over T. II. Lvnch's store, Douglas avenue.
XjTVEiaTr a T IiI"VE -A.DN-D LET 1SrVl PEICES
Buggies, Pba-tons, Carriages and Sjiring
The Finest and Cheapest in the Slarket.
THE VALLEY GROCERY,
NO. 513, DOUGLAS
-NTS-R, LAVVT?TJ&lrf:FTrrr HOUSES.
EvcrA-tltin (Juarantcetl Hrsf
. . ' -- ' - J --,-.. I j
Wagons for sale at prices ranging from $.7) to SiVi.
J I. Cooi-kk, Iroj:rieUir.
AVENUE NO. 513.
- Clas Vnnr Orlcri Solicitcl.
WE HAVE THREE DELIVERY WACONS.
GOODS DELIVERED IMMKDfATBLY ON OltDKR
--F. W. SW'AB!--
rsuccKvtou to r. !t.ckm.vn.)
ICeeiw on hand fine goods of the latest stylo. Tho large-t Moot In tho
city. Satisfaction guaranteed. No troulilc to mIiow good, ("nil and sec inc.
l-lf Flrnt IhMir Niirlli of Vimlr Itnlhtlnz
The German Grocery,,
FOR CHEAP OKOOERIE8.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 116, Douerln.8 Avo.
tl. f. FiiEnsriD ac
If yoti dciiro to luiy, tell or vxc!mnc rual cMuU: of any klml, or borrow
ur lonn uionuy on real c-lateor clialtflW, ivc im n call. 'a llat'o tho lot
furilitich for our l)ii-iiic. Corn:-iotidciico solicited.
Okfici:, 122 Dovijlna Avenue,
iicci viT In W H Lorltt '
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS.
No. 27 MAIX STHKET, WICHITA, KA.N'SAS. .
COFFEES, 0?EA. j&3nD FANC1'
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS OK HAIs'D.
Largost Acsrtaeat sf 7ns Dr.sa i raits in tao Cr.7.
Cultfurnfa (Minted (JoOiU of all lliuh, J'orayon AjtJk Ortttf, .Viteftffitf OH,
(Iran Se-h, J'Ar., KtC
Our aim I to .rv f rjUln In our llo. arl lht Sr.t-lk, and. Ut ! tepfffat
WAi Imt a Xkirf are O-remtry atxleltr lnU IWtl. All rwlt 4Jlirrl pritufij' t naf
Funiilure & Carpet Eniporiiini!
THE LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES.
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
WXSDQW 2EAD2S, SSA2Z niTUSZS,
Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Mouldings, Mirrors, Children'
& Bbck, ccpcct Pactcfflcc, - - 15 asd 17 Xaia WixHL
DIAMOND F UO NT,
HU8EY & KRCENBRT