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R. P. MURDOCH, Business Manager.
Hat the ljirgnl Circulation of any "Jlafty Poprr
'in Sovthwetlem Kantat.
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One copy, three months 2 jw
One copy, one month - '
Twent v cents per w eek elellt c-reu lir carriers In
the City. I'ostaRC prejiald.
One copy, one year $2 00
Onecojiy, l month I no
Our rales for aihertisliift shall he as low as
tlioup of any other paper of equal value aian
All transient nchertisenieiits must he paW wr
lMered in the Poiloffice at Il'ir(fl, 01 tecont
clntfmitter, cad tnltrtd to trantttion through the
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
The following tablet pives the arrU al ami de
parture or tralim at Wichita
ATCHISON, TOI'KICA &, SANTA KK.
Aiamr.. I lak
kxpress7."... :X.A -M". I K press 11 A 31.
Ac! Krelplit. 3.-S5J M. Ar KrelRlit 3 Ij I 31.
WJclilta V. i.0 1. 31
II ZZTT iilV10 NOItTH.
""jviTiifvK"" .r.vv. -Kansas
CityKvpr8 I 'lvi''' !
Ac-Wight ll:t:.A.3I. Kii)V 31
All others daily except Snnilay.
ST LOUIS A SAN FKAXCICO.
3Iatl train rrora St. Louis arrives atfi- P m. ;
leaves for the north at 0.05 p. m ; 3Iail train
leates for the east at !:." a. in.
WICHITA A WISTJ'ttX
Accommodation leaves the Union ele-pot for
Chenev a. I0:1J a. in.; Knlsht dejtot at at II -W
a m "KetuniiiiK, leaves Cheney at S W p in.,
arrhinp at Union depot at 5.U0inaMmr connec
tion rr Kansas City with the regular passenger
from the nouth
ST. 1.011 . FT SCOTT A WICHITA
AlIialK I I.K.VI
Ac FrelKht 7 10 a. m I V.x A 3Iall !i."U.i. III.
Kx X 3!a!I. ;.-.) in. KrelRht 111 ia in.
freight H.Vip. ill I Ac 1'n-iKlit : p in
Adreilitemenlt ii tt.it column trill be ihanjij fur
ttl the rateof five ! per line jr: ici ."w
itdreititmimt trim fi leu than i't trntt
ir.NTi:i To Heil tlie .MichiRaii Home eip-
poslte the new dejiot J house (Ininjr a
K.hxI buinis Apply on Jtri mists tn A N.
ttrAMKIi-Tnopwitluineii wit li their wives
V to board at llrst door nortli of rreshy
tenaa cliurch -'-
rANTi:i ToiellSiliea-lttf pooillouicuvs
in line condition Address II M. Putt,
-.! stairs north I. O , Wichita, Kansas l-
VrANTl.D Iuim'-dlaUl) a rootl practical
printer, to work in a small country of
fice 3fnst understand his business, aim lie
willing to work for inode-ate. wases. Aoun,
fttalinit apes eltectel. the ' News, ' ' 31ndIson ,
"AirANTUO Ilv a kindle gentleman, ltoaril
ami lodBiiiR Iniipritale family; must
be centrally locateti .1 O.r.bovT.. r.-l'
"lir.WlKH 1o rent two rooms on Doiiplas"
V nvenue near Trcmont House; In Hrst-
H-X N. I .Niutr.ui.AMii u.
T1TANTKII-To sublet the mail route from
W Wichita to Harper "ee the carrier on
Wedm-sda) orSntunlay !i--
"ANTKll Two tliniiiK-room girls, or two
bovs. at the Houirlas AAenue House at
nic'5 roimi wasespiim.
d.-MI I ! Tamim.i, l'mprietor
"r.N'IKIi-A man to furnish wacon and
team, and accompany a party of lour on
atrip to Clark county, Kansas; will Im-rou-
altout l days. Apply at IMcJile Kvpiess
.lhce. '-- "
WAN'IKD A situation as clerk or book
Leeiier In either a ilry K-otls or Krorcry
btori-. the latter preferred ; Cod references
Adclrcsso .s Casail, bo fdS dSI-0"
"Tir.VNTi:i Totll pKl, nearly new, pair
V or ailj ustnlile-clamp rol ler skates cheap.
Address JKlstoillce bo ."15 '-"-!
TTANTi:i l.'eiiters lor two fine rooms on
ne ond floor In John l.'iw's new bullil
Ini;, liilloiiKlasatemie. , ,
2o-tf H. F I mi M A li.
(irANIKU lloaril ami loilrinjc in n private
X lamily b; a sinKle peiitlem.lii Addrera
I , thisollice -"
r.XTKH To rent a room in n private
V house: orner Market and LiikIImi
Mri-i'ts ; inquire on iiremlscs. l'-'-tf
ell a t'oud iamlly I. owe ;
......... ,,.i ., flint, nin iiitri.011 can
drive that is capable if handlins horsi-s at all
jn.ir in; jn-rri.,..
"lirAN'l Kit To wll a Mcond-IiantI Weed
V sewins-niHcliine pood as new : will lake
!." (kiln cash Knijuire at this oilire l'l-lf
rAXTUK A irl to do peneral boaftework
lmiuireor V. Ilittinp. i.i-o-ii
t TA NTKI A buj er for u clml w Block ranch
V i.rT.tW) arn-s A pood bargain for the
right man I'riec. S" (K -r acre
d-is-tr n.r. Fitii.MiACo
UT"NTi:il A Inner br H splenditl stork
ranch ol '.i.isi acres, at ' Iter acre, in
lteno countv, Kansas .". streams of running
water, r.l acres ol timber, 'J.'i lulled or leucine
X. 10.1 acres are .hoice lauds for lanning An
1-ls-tr Itl-NVKU.A lt.iv-
r.VN1 HO To rent a nicely runiislusl rroi.t
roonitoonuor two gentleiiii-u without
boanl : location pleasant and central Address
II T S , thisollice. -"
"trANTi:! -Land-biivers to know that it is
V to their Interest 'to go to Harden Plain
eal llstate Agency to buy lands
,l-;.tr . T.vLonA Pimc.
"XirANTUH lumtl-btijers to know that we
V have for sale all the best lands ncartiar
den Plain. "1 avi.oii A Piki..
XX7"AS"li:i-Lainl-biners to -know that we
V hn" made arrangenients with the hotels
at (iiirden Plain to keep them at reduced rates
-!v-tf TVvmiiA Pli.1
ir.Ti:i A good nurse girl from II to In
vearsobtbj Ullliiig ltros. .1-5-tf
ir.VNI'KI A girl to do housework in a
small familv. Inquire at tlilsof.ice
rVTi:i Jomii oueto pay tues on Sio
acres of grass land for the use of it.
I.;-tr II. K. KiarxnAco.
WrANTUH tenant for a splendid oilire
room over Fuller A son's d-l-tf
l'ANTi:i l'.uvers for 2.1 lots on Lav.rence
V nml Touk'n nvenaes In blocks:! and ,
Orme A Philips addition 'I hose are the Ilnest
Intsin Wichita fortlieprielo.Mt-r lot
3.ir II I' Ii.iimiACo
"lirANTKH I.antl buvers to know that we
are posted In prices and location ol every
tract of land that Is lor sale in edg irk eount
-.tf II I" Fmr.M) A Co.
1 wrr.n Strangers to know that we have
X as line a line or Heal lidate barm ins,
bothln citv and country, as anvbody
,1-2-tt Cvl.i'wui. A Titoi.
VVyYvi'Kli-Kvervbrslv to know that we
X have the obtest and most ndlnble set f
bstracts in the iimnlv " word to the win
is Miflii-lrnt . C.i.l.w i i.i. A ntimim.
ir NT Kl i1 lie public to know thrt for Ab-
stracts. Insurbiieeor Ileal liitate.it will
itav a ou to call at Temple block and sec
1 J." t'Ai Iiuii I. A miiom:
"liriN'IKK A Inner for a .matter-section of
good raw land; tor sale cheap; well wa
tensl ; siluat.sl in Mnnescah ,
I 1 F MII IV1
j.tf (with Judge CaniplK'H.
iirM F.H-A good pirl to do gcnersl house
X ' work in a miis.11 lanill Inquire at res
idence or Samuel llonck. 1'"-
"rA NTKI Farmers and rltirrn to know
X that the old reliable and pioneer cloth
ing honse of v alley is located second dixir south
7"ANTK To rentagivid otliiv roomovrr
vv icnna grocer. n i"-
17ANTKI Kvenbodv to visit the Mar
Clothing House a'nd examine ginxls ami
irifs lvfoiv inin-liaing elsew here
T"ANTKl To sell a piod top bnpg) . fcitle-
itar: or .iu ira'ie i.. i'i ."
i: li i:os
"1T"ANTKI) 3Ianv customers to be Otte-l oat
1 in those elegant and nobby Corkwrew
niits Mar Clothing House
r.XTKl i.iiort acn-sofland In one liody
in this county , ror a lanry siws. i"
r.VNTKl We want merchants to know
that our Insurance companies are all
strirtlv llrst-class, and their jolicles cost no
more than thoe or s.srond-rate companies
.rANTKIs KierjlMxIrtn Vuow that Ilead-
ipjaners is iar .iuuiti ...,ui-.-
T AXTKH A good girl to do general houso
X w ork In a familv or three ; good w ages ;
:ennan prefemM. Inquire at Kobison Unis
Ft) It linXT
170K llKNT A nice oillec room Ummirvof
1 Karnes the Druggist. i-tf
iplt 1IKXT lrays reitauraut, cor Douglas
I and I.awrence avi-. Knqulre of Barnes
the llruggist. yi-tf
JrOII IIKNT A funiUhed room In Temple
' building ; enquire at telegraph oCirc.
Few aud Simple Games All That the
ffoua of llic Health), Ilomplnt; Visor
of American and EiislUb Chll-
drcii'n Sporlk Tlie Clcrci"
Ames tZaes In Sa Fracciscxi Chronlclo.
The chiUren hero have but a few games to
play, and tlicsa few cro of tho most simple
kind, rcquirinslittla or no skill and bavin
nono of tho romping, healthy, liurrab-boys
vigor w bich clmractirizos tho American and
Englisli children's sjiorta. Tiie girls, to be
gin with the fair sex, liavo only ono game
which is exclusively played by them. This
is a sort of "Little Sally "Water" game,
ono littie girl getting in tho center of the
ring formed by the other players join
ing l.amK Around this center the ring
(,'ovvly revolves, its individual members
tinging. At a certain word in the song
tho enter 0110 chooses 0110 out of tho ring,
goes through some sort of mummery, wind
ing up with a kis.?, and taUes her place in the
ring, when the wLolo jiei-formanco is re
pentoJ nil infinitum. IJut the singing is
ti.mo, slow and piping compared to tho lusty
song which "Little Bally 'Waters" parties
sing iu America, und tho circling around is
Jono in the slowest sort of time and has nono
of the dash and remp about it which rightly
belongs there, lic&idcs playing this game,
the girb roll hoops and fpiu tops, but tho
boys do both of Uicso thiug3 too. There Is
an art in rolling a loop, in mating it describe
all manner of abrupt curves and follow the
slightest movomentof tho driving-stick, as if
it were a tiling of life, und nuienablo to train
ing. KOI.LIXG HOOr AN ART.
Ths German children ljivo no idea of this
ai L They are cuntcutui and happy to chaso
the flying circle through thick and thin, hit
ting it a mp now and then, whenever they
get within rapping distanco of it, and never
making any attempt to perform any difilcult
f eatc ICnow iug thi I w as greatly surprised
ono day to sco a crowd of childi-en ou tho
Mrett iu front of my w indow watching iu
silent wonder tho iutneato ovolution3 of two
hoop-rolling lioys. Ono of them was about
7 and tho cither 10 years old. Tho
older 0:10 had a largo hoop ami thu
younger cno a smaller one. And tho
way they managed thosy hoops wa3
1 .ally n treat. The largo boy would drive
his hoop us fait a3 he could run and tho
smaller boy would como up at right angles,
drive his hoop through thn larger ononnd
follow it himself, all without a single in
stant's interruption of tho rat-tnt of both
sticks upon tho hoops. Then ono boy u ouM
take both hoops and go racing up tho streets,
a stick in each baud, driving tho two hoops
in front of him like a span of horsos. Then
each v? uld drive Lis hoop at the slowest
paced walk, would make it turn somersaults
sidowiso, jump into the air. turn thort around
and go through a gnat number of difilcult
maneuvers; and tho crowd of children stool
by in open mouthed wond-)r, v.hilo I began
to thiuk tht pei lupsl hid been doing tho
(j-innan children an injustice by thinking
that they can play no skillful gnmes.
TIIE CI.KltOYJIAN's SONS,
lint tho next d ly I hap;venoJ nlong by
v. hoi o tho exhibition of fancy hoop rolling
was luin; Jopoated bsforealarga audience.
Just aj I gjt there tho smaller boy was run
ning through tho moving hoop of tho other
boy. And, as ho stoo'ied ov er to dash through,
his short jacket cl'd not cover the tightly
draw 11 seat of his pants. Tho larger boy
couhl not resist tho temptation to uso his stick
on the tight place. Ho hit tho spot a
sounding v. hack. Tho lesult was a whoop of
agony from the hitteo and tho following
I euuiik, delivered in tho nWt commonplace
Unglish: "Dam you, Sam; you do that
nguin nn' I'll break ycr neck." The lioys
vi ei 0 Kew Yorkors, sous of an American
clergyman. I have 1 econsidi 1 oil my recon-s-'drralion
nix ut tho want of skill of tho Ger
man children. Thoo two boys have gone
away, but tlioy have left a remembrance be
hin 1 them 111 tho game of "black man," now
pl.iyc.sl cs the i,ewest game, jnst introduced
from America, by the lioys of thn neighbor
hood. Tin: hoys' ciuies.
'i'lia tojw and top spinning of tho Germnu
c'jildtttn nrc just ns primitive as their hoop
rolling. leg tops, "loiig-js-ggers and short
rcKori liox-vvooden."' nn 1 all tho other
kinds of American tops such as tho American
small lioy delights iu aro unknown in Ger
many. 'J ho only substitute for tho multifari
ous spinning top? in use in America is a little
whip top, roughly cut out of a jiieco of soft
wool and Hboiioiidr flagellated over the
lough stone sidewalks by littlagirls and boys,
bout half double and whipjing away as if
their very lives itcjiomied upon keeping tho
whirling top upright. Aud those almost con
ftant companions of tli3 ieg top in tho
"omnium g-itheruui'' pocketi of tho Ameri
can, boy, unrblcs, aro alniJst us un
known as aro their stublo companions, tho
top. True, or.o sees a fow glass 111.11 blcs nud
"commoiiius'' in tho store windows; but I
have not aeon a game of marbles played on
German soil. Ho that tho German boys'
vocabulary is notcnriihed by suchcxpressivo
terms as "Uottou," "big-ring," "Cincinnati,"
"uuekle-down,"' "hoist," "allies," "taw,"
"dgate," "pui-ey," ami "China." (If the foro
going terms lj too technical for thoso people
who have forgotten their lwyhood's sjiorts,
let them apply to the firj-t boy they see; l.o
will give them tho desired iufcuination.)
liaso ball, foot ball, "uiggir baby," town
bill, rounders, "ono old cut," "two old cats,"
hand hall, "handy over," ciicket nnd all tho
many other gamra which aro playe.1 with
balls in America aro totall unknown nmoiig
tie Gei man children.
i;nv Ho herved Over Ills Tluie".
A funny scene occurro.1 in tho seuato of
tlielTnitotl Stales on tho day that AVillnrd
KauKbiir"' I51 tc'nu cxpircil. Just licforo
12 o'clock on that day, at which hour his
tiiuo was up, ho took tho floor to speak to
BOino question in which he was deeply inter-
stc.1. Vitss I'nisident Colfax pcrniitte.1 him
to run nlong till Ilftccn inmutes past time,
nnd then tho V. I. began to hitch nnd fidget
in his chair. Finally Colfax, rapping, said:
"The senator from Delaware is out of order
und will plcaso take his seat."
"I nm not out of order, Mr. l'naideutP
thuuJora 1 the bibulous Willard iu response.
"Do you think I do not know- w hen 1 am out
And thou he plunged into his subject
Colfax turned and twisted, aud then rapped
"Tho senator from Delaware is out cf order,
nnd ho w ill tako his seat."
This was too much for the now irate sen
ator, ami he wns about launching one of the
scorching phillipics he was so capable of ut
tering nt tho devoted head of tho vico presi
dent, when tho latter interposed with:
-Ono minute tlio senator from Dilawnio
U out of order liecauso his term has expired."
rorainoment Siulsbury stood iu utter
amazement, and then blurtoJ out:
1tv ibiiinler. 3Ir. President. I reullv for-
j,)t that little circumstance, nnd will now
eloo.i! my remarks," and then for fifteen min
utes inoro the strange kviic vras presentel of
n privates individual a dressing tho senate of
thtj Unite.1 Statos in full session. And S luls
bury afterward boasted tliat ho was tho only
man on record w ho ever served a single term
of over six years iu the senate of the United
Tlie ISenili-striuk I'ull rorwnrd.
TLe cntio do not seem to have noticed
nt least they have not commented npou
the natural" way iu which Henry Irving
counterfeits the death struggle upon tho
stage. Tho American actors invariably fall
Imckwanl when they come to thedeath scene
in their tragedies, Mr. Irving falls forward
full upon his face, and this, wo are told by
phvs-cians and soldiers, is the natural way
w itli tlux-e suddenly overtaken by death.
In a recent conversation, Cnpt. U-e, of -tho
regular army, said that Irving's death in
"lAjuisXP was the most natural bit of act
ing bo ha J ever Men. He hai boon a w itncas
of numerous shooting afTairsuivn the bonier,
an I lie had noticed that when a. mm was
shot his head fell forward upon hU lircast,
and his loJy fell iu tho direction indicated
by the head. Capt. Lee vi'itcd the field of
Gettysburg the elay after the tattle and bo
found the dead ninety-nine out of one hun
dred ca-s lying flat upon their faces.
Anii-ricaa ivuutcrs invariably represent the
dead upon tho battle-field, ns lying upon their
luik. l'erhaps tliey do this for the purpose
of .'eliueating death upon tha countenances.
The French painters as invariably repre
sent the dead with their faces downward,
preferring to more subtly convey the idea cf
death by an ouutretcbeJ arm, a convuls
ively clutched hand, or soino other small but
kidecusly artistic detail of the phenomenon
of tlcatli Irving is the only actor we. knon
vl who has defied every -." trn Jition and
custom, and dies on the stage as people oil
the stag. die. The innovation is n plearins
one, and should pass into custom
Seneca: He that visits the sick in hopes of
a legacy, let him be never so friendly in all
other coses, I look upon him in this to lie so
better than a ravra, that watctcs a weak
nhcep only to Dick oat its eyes.
THREE OF A KIND.
Krys, in Kow York Journal.
Three baldhcaded bachelors went to the ball,
And t ranced about with n lordly air;
While their crowns gleamed bright in tha
And wobbled like egg-shells aroiind the hall.
They smiled at the maidens assembled
But were only met with a stony stare;
For women won't smile on a man without
And whose head is bare as a gTassless mall.
Three rheumatic bachelors went to the loll,
And whenever they moved they fslt a
'Whilo their joints all creaked like a rusty
And their cup of sweetness was turned to
When tho fair girls gaicd at their shiver
As they tried to imitate youthful pranks.
They shook their heads and declined with
For they liated the sound of a saw-filo'a
Thrco crotchety bachelors went to the ball;
They were cros as a bear w ich a buuged-up
And acted as if they had liecn ill-fed.
Or liad tried to sit down on a spike-tipped
They glared at tho girls with a ghastly
liut tho maidens refused to smile at or
The crusty old chaps, who concealed within
Thc-ir bosoms a skeleton grim and tnlL
Throe jolly young bachelors went tc tho ball,
And they were as frisky as colts at play;
So debonair, cheerful, smiling and gay,
They showed they had plenty of "where
withal." Three maidens with liquid and love-lit eyes
Enchanted tho youths with their glances
And six hearts now dream cf Parad.'j.
Three weddings will hnpjicn licforo the Fall,
And that's H13 result o tho Ikichelor.' Ball.
TEACHING A DOG TO READ.
Retail of MrJoIui Lubbock's Course
New York Sun.J
Sir John LuLbock, tho distinguished phys
icist, a3 wo not long ago explained, is trying
to teach his dog to converse.
It seems from a letter which Sir John send3
to the last number of Nature, that Vau, the
dog, is making very satisfactory progress in
his studies. Ho is, in leed, displaying such
aptitude for learning teat his master iutc 11 Is
soon to put him into arithmetic.
The method of Instruction adopted is a
very riinp'o cue. Sir John prints on pieces
of canl-board, nliout ten inches long by thrco
inches broad; such words as 'food," "bone,"
"water," "out," etc A number of theso
carls are placed on tha floor sido by side, so
fiat tho dog has several cards to Fclect from,
each bearing n difiereiitword. Van has now
learned to distinguish between thoso card;1,
nnd to 10npl tlio bringing of a card as a re
cmest. For instance, "When ho is hungry he will
bring a 'food' card tima after time," says Sii
John Lubbock, "until ho has had enough, and
then ho lies dow n quietly for n nap." AVlien
ever he is thirsty ho picks up the "water'
car.l without any suggestion from his master,
nud brings it with icifect gravity. When
ho is invited to tako a walk ho "gladly io
sponds by picking up tho 'out' curd and run
ning triumphantly with it befoio mo to the
front door. If through inad vei tenco ho
brings n card for something ho does not
want, when tho corresponding object is
shown to him he seizes the card, takes it
back again, and fetches tho 1 ight one." Sir
John therefore concludes, after much obser
vation, that tho dog "cannot only distinguish
between ono word und another, but alo as
sociate tho word and tho object."
Van has mada this progress in conversa
tion, too, depito many interruptions iu tho
courso of tho instruction duo to his master's
frequent absences from homo nnd inability
togivo mora than n little ntteut ion to tho
dog's tuitiou. As it ir, in tho opinion of Sir
John Lubbock, it seems to be demonstrated
that "this method of instruction opens out
a menus by which dos and other animals
nmy bo enabled to communicato with uf
more satisfactorily than hitherto."
Sir John Lubbock, indeed, repeats his re
quest that others w ill co-operato in this work
of canine instruction, for, as wo have said,
ha wants to ovtend tho course. "I am now
considering," ho writes, "tho liest modo of
testing Van in very simple arithmetic"
Hcie, too, in nil probability, ha will like
wise In successful, and wo await with in
terest tho rc'HirU of Van's progress in learn
ing to cipher.
A r.ntloiuil Wlml-ls-It.
"My il'iughtcr camo homo from school
yesterday," said tho colonel to tho avenue
man of Tho Republican, "ami asktd
mo what kind cf a government existed in
tho District of Columbia. Sha goes to tho
Jefferson school, ami her teacher had asked
tho question of tho wholo roomful of half
grown girls. Not one of them could answer,
anil tho teacher told them to find out before
tho next day. That's tho way my girl camo
to ask tho question. When I tried to answer
her I was badly puzzled. It isn't either
kingdom, empire, republic, nor democracy.
It has neither czar, emperor, king, nor j.resi
deut, but appears to bo nn institution with
three heads and ono body.
The name of tho girl's sebool reminded me
that Jefferson said: "Governments derive
their just powers from tho consent of tho
governed,' but that proposition didn't fit, for
w o never consented to nuy such thing. It
ceitiiinly wasn't a 'government of tho peo
ple, for the people, and by the people,' for ns
n matter of fact tho people I uvo mighty little
to do with it. 3Iy gill asked if it was 11
monarchy, cither absolute) or limited, and I
pointed out the nlr-eneo of loyal families to
prove that it couldn't be. I finally told her
to tell tho teacher that this district wns a
small protcctorato of tho United States,
chiefly used as a city of ivfugo for surplus
statesmen that vvei e slightly run dow 11 at the
heel at home."
A Illiiid .'bin'. Touch.
They were in tho groeoiy stoie. Slid
Brown (scoing a blind man nliout to enter),
"Weioyon aware how delicate tha touch of
of a blind man isi When nature deprives .is
of cue sense, she makes amends by bringing
tho other senses to extraordinary acutcnes.--.
IiCt mo illustrata by this gentloman. I'll
tako a scoop of sugar and let him feel of it,
and you soo how quickly ho'Jl tell what it is."
Tho blind man having entered, ho was put to
tho test. Ho put his thumb and finger into
the scoop, and without hesitation said, "Tnal
is sand" l'vcrj body laughed but the gro
cer. Ho made threo several attempts at
blushing, nnd then went into tho back shop
nnd kicked hisdog.
Not Down on Hie HilN.
While Julia Hunt was enacting "Kanchou"
at Madi-onville, Ky., tho chicken she ues
in the first act laid an egg iu full viow of tho
llUmarck: I have to live iu strife, by
virtue of matters which are, on both sides.
urt'ly of this earthy
Samuel Maunder: ThiTyoung nn slaves
to novelty, tho old to custom.
The "lilac K Hole'' of Calcutta.
The read.r is familiar with the story of tha
Ulack Hole outrage, cr can at least look it
up in any comprehensive English history. It
may bo of interest, however, to state that
all traces of this tragedy nro now covered
up, so that tho scene w here it was enacted is
the heart now of this busy metropolitan city;
so complete has been the triumph of western
civilization. The postoflice is a huge building,
surmounted with a splendid dome, and tho
other buildings that mark the site of tho old
fort aro lofty and suhstantiil structures. Dal
bouVie square opposite-, where tha ravelin
ouco held it- horrid, ghastly victims, is now
one of the fairest spots in Calcutta, where
every evening men and women walk or play
lawn tennis upon the given sward.
When Tliclr Ilonco Are Picked.
There is nothing on thiseartb but hypoc
risy aud jugglery; and wnetaer lever or
graposhot tear off this fleshy mask, fall it
must sooner or later. Tho ttupid and tlie
clever, too, look pretty much ahko when
their bones are well picket
An I'lilortuiiKle Title
A most unfortunate title has the dukedom
of Albany been. It has been adopted fVse
times in Scotland and four times in England.
In six caes the title became extinct with the
life of the first recipient, and four dukes cf
Albany have died violent daths. It has
never passed the second generation.
I Fantcr by Water.
Teoplc may nca- go faster from ono distant
' point to another over the water than over
the land. The 2fe:v York Sun says: "If
I there were a straight stretch of water from
I Xew York to San Francisco there is no train
! en the present schedule between the t"o
i points which the Oregon would net leave be
Donald G. HifclieUr"i3e7rich heaven
hangs above yon, but it hangs ruga; a wide,
rough world is around you, and 3t lies very
'With Large Lot
Co:nae and See It.
A Full Section of Extra Farming Land in This County at
$11.00 Per Acre.
! ; :
This is Very Desirable! "
s w 12-su-lfi west, Kingman connty,
50 acres hroke, SI-iKl.
IMS. w l-2orwl-2 3J-25-5vr, Kingman coun
ty, 3i acres broke, SISO.
l.VM OnarterC miles e of town, SJSW.
1571 Quarter 3 1-2 miles it of Cheney, S-SM.
liss'l-2 Qaarter sec. 10 miles w or Wichita,
en Arkansas river, a, 8300 ca.i, balance
on time at 7 per cent.
lisG 1G0 n on Ninncscah river. Smiles bclow
Chcney, 20 a In cultivation, S'iVW.
IMS. 1W a 7 miles south of fcoddard, SICoO.
IV) I Quarter sec 5 miles east of town, 8iii
Via. W) a S miles s e or AVieliita, $150", 1-3
C"lVii a a adjoining Garden Plain, $ISi0
I(W.. lit) a in pec 4-2.S-3 cast, Ihitlcr canty,
WC. DID a 12 miles se or Wichita, good up
land, $1." per acre. , , ,,, ,
IiS22 Quarter I miles 11 wi.r (.aMeii I'laln,
icri li).i2niil-sii wor Cardeu Plain, il a
broke, 4171". . . ,
K; si a 3 miles from tiarden Plain, S-si
lirs 11 el-1 33-2ii w, 7 miles 11 w or (jarden
1BIU. 11 ! 1-1 4-3H-I w, all raw, U.
Hvrr 2-fOainne part or Comanche county,
plenty or water, a splendid cattle range, S3 per
I.".!i 100 a 111 Kingman connty, 7 miles wc3t
or t lieney, 50 a in cultivation, one story house
vvltli cellar, $1-V).
ir,a ion a a miles s w or Wichita, Email house,
si) a under cultivation, good orehards or apple
andlieacli, nice stove, S22.VU
1531 IIV) a 1-2 mile from Chi ney, tin In cul
1532. 311 a 7 miles w ot town on Con skin
creek, Ihi a under cultivation, lo a of timber,
house uf 3 rooms, granary, stable and other
liulldiiiKS, nil hedged and cross hedged, splen
did orchards and groves This is a be-autirnl
place, S10 ier acre.
1531 100 a Smiles or town, near Ilaysville
post-office. III) ain cultivation, good;i 1-2 story
honse with addition, ham 2flsr, with loft, corn
crib, smoke house. Ac , 13 a pasture, good
bearing orchards, $33 per acre
1.VW. 100 a 1 mile n n or town on Clilsholin
creek, 125 acres In cultivation, 1 story house,
granary and crib, hedced in on two sides, somu
hearing lruit, a splendid place for stock SlO.mxi.
I.VTJ 210 a I miles n w of Goddard, 110 a in
ultivation, 1 1.2 story house of 7 rooms. Ice
house, store building, post-office on place, good
fences, living vtater, some rrnit, $.0000 nnd
terms to suit.
1510. ICTa 1 miless wofGoddard, 11-2 story
house or C rooms and good cellar, stable ror ii
lion.cn, cow stable ror 3 head, granary, cribs Ac
good hedges, 3) a pasture, wired. Wain culti
vation, living water, orchard, .Vc, slCHk), easy
1512. l!a I miles 11 or Clieney, Una in cul
tivation, small house, stable and granary,
spring r water, Igood orchards, I.VX), 1-2
'l.-.H. 100 a I miles e or Clieney, loj a In cjiti
vation, living water, romo fruit, -im.
l-45 4s() a 3 miles s e of Cheney, 2 good hous
es and bams, cribs, sheds and other buildings,
hearing fruit, living water, ICO n pasture en
closed with wire, 912,000.
1510. HiO a 0 miles s w or Goddard, !i a in cul
tivation, small hous'-, watered by clear creik,
1517 100 a 1 1-2 mile s e Garden Plain, IJD a in
cultivation, 1 1-2 storv house or I rooms and
good walled cellar, stable and granary.
Clear creek, $2.V).
1550. 100 a 5 miles nor Cheney, 70 in cultiva
tion, house, ome fruit, watered by Spring
l.V.I. 100 a 2 3-2 miles sr Garden Plain, 115 a
in cultivation, good house, barn, granary, .Ve,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 4 a of line bud
ded fruit, 83tW). , , , ,,
1553 Ili'ia 2 miles rrom Garden Plain, all
smooth land, 12) ain cultivation, house and
living water, $iV
l.V.I HW a in Duller county, 5 miles from Au
gusta, 2J a ortlmber, li) In cultivation, good
house, granary and stable, plenty or rrnit, liv
ing water, $7J"0. . ,,
1550 43 1-2 a on Little river, 1 mile 11 en town,
1 1-2 story house, .'.rooms, good barn, corn cribs
ami granary, good orchards and small fruits,
1557 4sya iu liutler county, 2 1-2 miles e of;
Andover, 220 a in cultivation, 1 1-3 siory noiise,
5 rooms and cillar, all hedged and cross hedge
ed and wired. 4M apple, Ouopeach, pear, cher
ries Ac , all hearing, a finely improved place,
S12.IHI0. . . .
1501 s V 1-4 S.I-2S-3 ast, Uutler county, 1 1-2
storv house, SO a in cultivation, bi'Al.
15u1. 100 a 3 1-2 miles vv or Valley Center, 1 1-2
story house, 3 rooms and cellar, granary and
other Improvements, watered by little river,
!W per acre . . , .
I.Vil. lnr, a 3 miles nor Wichita, house with 2
rooms, small bam, 110 a in wire pasture, good
orchards or apple and iach, r. per acre
1.WI. I(a7milesw or town, near Covvskln
creek, 150 in cultivation, 1 1-2 story house, live
rooms and cellar, stable, granary, cribs and
sheds, various kinds or rruits, all hedged and
cross hedged, tjii,oo
15M. Ila3 miles n e or Derby, on ,spnng
creek, 20 a timber, 111 a in cultivation, 11-2
storv honse 21x1(1. stable, gTanary, shed, and
cribs, hedged and cross hcd-Jcd, pientv or fruit,
15s2. lr.l a Indies n of Garden Plain, ."! a in
cultivation, I 1-2 story bouse of 8 rooms, stable,
good orchard of apple, peach and cherry,
I.V3. KVlar.mllesseortown, Slain cultiva
tion, 15i) a fenced, joung orchanl, watercsl by
Gypsinn creek, 95i-o, SIIKO cash, balance on
time at 7 percent
I.VI. Quarter see I miles n or Garden nam,
house with 3 rooms ami small barn, lo a in pas
l.Vsl. Iii0a2 miles w r tiwn. gool rranie
building, loo a In cultivation, jonng orchanl,
IG-i) 100a.-. miles 11 w of Wichita, ooain cul
tivation, ri'st enclosed In pasture, pd house
and stable. ooon.
1021 loo a 3 miles n wof town, all under cul
tivation, 1 1-2 story house or 4 roms, stable,
orchanl and shade trees, srl
1023. 100 a '.) miles w of Wichita, IOJ a in
cultivation, house with 4 rooms, (.table, cribs
Ac , S3.V).
1021. lGOaSmilcs wof Wichita, 120 ain cul
tivation, house ami stable, $4500.
1025. 0 a 2 1-2 miles n or Ganlen Plain, 3o0
ain cultivation, 2 houses and 2 stables, living
N. F.i NIEDERLANDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Corner Douglas and
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
N. F. Niederlander,
Corner of Emporia and Donglas Avenues.
A FEW DAYS
1 i t 1
on Emporia Ave.
No. 1S5. Ten lots on Market street and I.aiv
rence avenue ; some fruit ami shade.
lsC. Good business property on Water street ;
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call ror
mil description, price, etc.
12. Ono aero lot on First street ; small honse
or 3 or 4 rooms, two lurches, young trees.
171). Good brick house 011 Lawrence avenue;
large corner lot, line fruit and shade, a com
plete home. Si, 5X).
1C0. Acre lots on Central and Sandon streets ;
extra inducements to parties intending to build.
IU3. Suburban place south, roar lots, house or
('.rooms, cellar, presses and bathroom. $2,(1011.
ID! '1 wo choice lots cm Doaglas avenne, east
Wichita $000 each
1U2. Cottage or 3 rooms on Market street :
small stable, corner lot, good iielghlmrhood
llM. nns'niesi property on Douglas avenue
running back to Williams street ; cottage on
rear. 53,fOo, cash and time; will pay a good
interest 011 tho Investment.
1?7 A large down-town residence; comer lot
IoOxll) feet, frame house of 12 rooms, cellar,
cistern, stone walks, shade and rrnit trees ; not
many such places in the market . $7,000
No 172, Onc-storv rrame house, roar rooms
and pantry, on Mo6levaienue. IxitlnsxI50 feet,
east front, corner alley, line lruit and shade
No 171, Fine two-story frame residence or
eight rooms, on Kmporia avenue, cellar full
size of honse, corner lot 123140feet, good Trait,
line neighborhood; a special bargain at $30.M.
No. 170, Cottage or four rooms on Waco
street, lot .".2x1 12 feet, good re nee, peach, pear,
plum, cherry nnd line shada trees. Price sllijo,
on good terms.
No. 107, Small house, three rooms, on Cen
tral avenue; good stable, picket Tence, fruit
and shade tm-s, choice location. Price $1100,
hair cash, balance good time
Po. 1(-, Five or six-cottages in Last Wichita,
under rent at 20 ir cent, on the price asked Tor
them. Houses new and In good order; a choice
No. 100, House with three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge Tenco, rruit and shade
trees, one acre or ground, S1.V).
No. 105, HoU3e, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, corner lot, Mxllo reet liarn and carriage
house, apple, petch, plum, cherry and shade
No. 130, '! hree cottages on Kmporia avenue,
KngHsli addition, all rented at good figure's, a
No. 131, Frame residence, six rooms, on To
peka avenne, barn, fruit ami shade trees, lot
No. 127, House seven rooms on Lawrence av
enue, south; barn Tor Tour horses, buggy shed
chicken house, water in house, line fruit ami
shade trces.a beautiful home, "Sivjo.
No. 117, Klegant residence on Topeka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, barn, crib and
outbuildings; broad walks, picket Tencc, line
rruit and shade trees, $30.
No. .i3. Valuable business property on Doug
las avenne, llrst-claes location. Call for price
No '.) Fine business property on Douglas
avenue; old building, hut very cheap ut SUMO
No m (ine and a hair story rrame residence
on .Market street, six- rooms, ill good repair,
coal house, shade and fruit tries, SI5W.
No. M Onc-storv frame on Washington
street, large lot, t7."i).
No id linslnessiiropertvon Douglas avenue.
Griffs addition. Frame-building, rents well,
No. til. One lot on Main street, well located,
one-story lranio building, 81750.
No. in. business property on Main street,
under rent. $25"), .. ,
No 37. Two-story brick building on Main
street, centrally located, all rented, MJ.
No. LSI An elegant residence in the north
east part of th" city. Large grounds, line lruit
and shade trees, modem house in perfect or
der; a rare chance to the right party
No. 17H. A nice cottage on corner lot. mar
center of business, new house, SJmO
No. 101. Cottage or five rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty or lruit, over one acre or land,
No 17.1 A beautiful homo on Lawrence ave
nue; lot iioxllo feet, one and a half story frame
house of scv en rooms In perfect onler, good cel
lar, well and largo 1 istern. 15am and all neces
sarv outbuildings. Fine grajiearlior and other
fniits; shade in front, price SIOOO, part cash,
balance on good time.
TC... l.-.l Two houses on Wichita street, five
rooms each, cemented cellar, pantry and clos
et in each house, nice shade trees, lot 5flxl50
feet, SI.VK) each
No. HO, Small house, thrco moms aim cel
lar, rents ror M2..7). Price Saw, on Lawrence
No ltt. Honse or three rooms, on 4th ave
une, rents ror SIO, price fe7w).
No. 13s. One-story frame house on Kniport.i
avenue, good cellar, barn, water rrom water
works, near horse ear, fine neighborhood,
Sii! '0, cash and time
No 135. One-story frame resilience on I.aw
rence avenue, six rooms, "cellar, coal hour",
carriage house, hennery, lot well renccd, :kiIIo
reel Fine varictj of rruit and shade trees, best
locality In the city Price Win.
No 3. Pour lots on Clilsholin street, &H
each, very cheap.
No. II. Two lots n F.mporia arcane, Kng
lish's 3th addition, 30!
No. 23 '1 wo choice lots on Donglas avenne,
line bnkiiiess propertv. Call and gel the figures.
No 21. Ms lots in 1-akeslde addition, cheap.
No I'l. Five good lots on Court street, SI50
No 52. Tw o lots on Wichita street, $."!)
No. (3 Six lots on Douglas avenue, SJmiO
No 7". A nice- plat or ground ror sub-dividing
on Lawrence and Toj-eka avenues, can lie
sold at a bargain.
No 70 Ilusiness lot on Main street, slooo
No Si I-arge lot on Market street, cheap at
No r-7 A large lot for sub-dividing, em Cen
I have the exclusive sale or lots In Orme and
Phillips addition, south or the city This Is the
highest plat or ground around the city, and
prices are within the reach or all, I'd lots al
readvsold, and houses are springing np all ov-r
tho a'ddition Call early and make a selection.
The late Improvements In West Wichita, In
cluding the new passenger depot, have bronchi
us an unprecedented demand ror lots in that lo
cality It Is the nearest vncant property to the
business center or Wichita, and there Is no
doubt or its rapid growth and a good advance on
Jhave the sole agency Tor lots in Stevens' ad
dition These lots are centrally located, and
to having ready sale.
JOHN V. MOFFETT,
Kansas Furniture House.
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
(Conic and examine ou.r goods ami prices before inirvhasinjj else
where, aud be convinced that we mean business.
This is Simply to Remind you that at
Lawrence's Drug Store
YOU CAN ALWAYS PROCURE
rUKE DltUfiS AND .MEDICINES. PAINTS. OILS AND WINDOW
CLASS, ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOILET ARTICLES.
Pure Wines and Liquors which will be sold
in strict accordance with law.
Lawrence's Drug Store,
88 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas.
I am still in the rinjr. Como ami see un :it the old Matul. corner if Market
ami Douglas avenue
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
FLOTJH JLISTID FEED.
MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS
OOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
CITY CARRIAGE SECOIP.
BLOSS (I MELVIN,
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing, Shoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
Soiitli Main Strwt, iiet to Cooper's Stable
dee. o. "WiXjSOisr Sc cdo.7
(Successors to Vilion .fc Toni",)
OP ST- XiOTJDCS, MISSOTJEI.
Loan Moisey on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money ac Sight, Commission Very Low.
We h.tvf coiiiH'ctcil
In ilctr.il r.uv.St'II .t Exchange WcMcrn property for Kastcni, nml vice vcth.i
('nil 011 or addrc-i-
M. L. CARVER.
Manager of the Wichita ISrancli, WICHITA, ICANSAo
Oilicu ovur T. II. Lunch's store, Uoii-rla-. avenue.
XiT-V'iS2i-y T LIVE -A-iTX LET liXVIE PEICES.
ItMSjritH, I'liatonn, Carriiirs ami .Soring
Tin- Mnrst nml CHraie In llic Market
' ' - ate .r
NO. 513, DOUGLAS
SOTTTJ-X SIDE TsTElA.1 TCPXiBM:"R2SIX
The Best Goods for the Least Money of Any Store in
If you want tlie l"t ti'rar-ciirl ham J Hie world, try our 4JStar" Hranel.
Tlie choicc-t tf-a ljy tile pound or bos : Mijfsr by the barrrl ; cofl by the
ack; cainiecl coocl- and cracker- by the H', at Jr.u-f-t hile-al? jirie:.
Agents for Whitehall Stoneware. Carloads at
The Best Five-Cent and Ten-Cent Cigars on Earth.
Goods Delivered. Try Us & See.
W. E. JETT & ''Co
II. F. HABTZELL.
t'?one Tor sale at jrlc;CT nnfung trom Vi toOiV)
.1 I. Cexirrn, I'roji'ictor
AVENUE NO 513
No 00 Main
Handles a Complete Line of
Clothing, Hats, Caps) and Iirnisliing Goods
Fraak f. Weir, Fritz Siitile r's 014 Staal.
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Goods at Kansas City Prices.
PECKHAM & HELLAR,
r'lOOlHl lIAMON'll FIIOXTt
JC XvUU.lvlvO 5 ori'OSiTi: i,o5toffici"
WE HAVE THREE DELIVERY VACOMS.
GOODS DFAAVKRM) 1MMEDIAT KM" ON OKDKR
--F. W. SWAB!--
r.stu rinj!t. to i. vtu:i-m.v )
Kcchoii liaiut line jiocnI.H of tliu Intent Rtylw. Tin Inrgfj't htm-k In I ho
city. Saiii-Inctiiiii jii.tiiintfcil. No trnulilo to Miow jjooiU. ('all nml nro nw.
IP. -vyr. eVT-.33,
.f Ftrt tiewr .Votlh ri;uitatv Iliilhlln
cThe German G-rocery'
KOK (JHKAP OliOUEHlKB.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 110, DouKlftHAv. HUSKY Si KRCENBRT
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS.
NV -St MAIN STIIKET, WICHITA. KANSAS.
ICOFFBES, TBA.S JJTJD jTJiJJSTa'Y
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Larger. Axcriacat cf Fino Brioi Fruits la t!w City.
CaUfiiruin Cunnnl (lofhh nf all kintli, 'tini'jon Arle (Irratt, Muchinr Oil
lirittt Stvlt, lite, Mr..
Our im Tt
tn Ilj rmtlhUtsi tu tmt Itii.
r'"-I j.t th
Furniture & Carpel Emporium!
THE LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES,
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
WI2TS0T CEA25ZS. CSA3S FI27U2Z3,
Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Mouldings. Mirrors, Childrens'
2s 2bdc eppedts ?ccic:ef
T. IP. JK.IEIvrX) & CO.
LANDS & LOANS!
If you i:ire lo bnyt ffi or exthia2i resl rUte of any kJsd, or botrttw
nr Josn tnoury nu rtal utArAf. orrliattd, gir u a nlfc Wr, harp tin- (t
fteilitlt for ottr buitM- 0,rtt?tuilcnix! totWlrcl.
-$ f . .
Omcfc, 122 tMttiglii xtnvtt. - - - - i WUkita, A''i
'Kimmerle 5c. Adams,
WICHITA MAEBLE WORKS
MiBUfteturrn of aed Pealcra lo
tMKWSEs, IttTUS .1X1 TAMi WfS;
IRON FXKCX&Cr, BTHLDIXCJ ST0IT1,
FXEIiCE CITY LIME,
HAIR, PliATKR & CEMENT.
Street, between Tint anil Second, VTIchlta.
ALLEN ,t TUCKEK.)
I lfct rt-ln., u4tlirllmiif (.re-'fti.
15 and 17 Ibis. Cstct
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