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Remarkable Storie3 ,of the "Mental
Process" of Healing.
Cnrcm Which Mioir How Mind In
Supcrlorito llBtter Theory 'mid
Practice of the Iro
Our rates fur mlertliins shall lie as low as
lioworany other iaKi nf i-qnnl ale as an
M transient adcrtlsements mnft he pahl rr
In adt anca. . . , .
r.nttrd in the I'Mtqflire at Wichita, leeoiu
elait matter, awl entered to tranntion through the
math ct turA
A&tcrlUemcnh in thit column vtllle ihargctl for
at tie rate of 1'ice nti jr live per vt, .o
airertUcment taltn for leu than 21rff.
irtTEI)-A irood irlrl fur remral Iterate
W work. Awily at first door north of the
fir-WTEl) Board villi prUati- family;
W home comforts Ue9lrel ; must heconen-
ient to Honcl&s and J-awrciice aes Address,
Kit inff terms and accomodations, IJool-kcepor,
"lirANTEK Ijo&pvn ; room funilthed En
TV quire at residence on Water street, cor.
Eiutlish street. dS.'.-t
'WT'AXTKIi Anvone wishinKtoIiivcEt money
T? or trade real estate to address ! "W Ghl
lup, ostonicc, (irthlsollicc. d.W-:!'
"TIT-WI ED To rent furnlshel rooms In a new
TV house; choice Io"-,tion. Enquire at
southeast comer of Ki:pona nvenue and Second
"TtTANTJir) The ladies or the city n know
TT that I hatemoed to the corner of Kljrle
stn-et and Hear aw-nuc.
me hlock cast of the
ti. C Wiui.r.u
ANTED A clerk ej riencH in the loth
I111: and dry good:
box 2W with references.
"17"AXTED-I!rty to learn ilnij- hutiness;
TT must he honest, bright and willing.
Apply to ISowe A Saur. .VM.'
17"AXTED A K0'"' (?irl to do fcuural house
T T work ; w ages ... m
.1 O I)AIIWV.
"VirANTED To rent a Jtlcx- store room Inn
TV live, growing town where thcruisaeuod
opcniiiBfor a general store lri rooils, ciothlnj",
lioots and shoes, vtc ; state terms. Aildrws
U Jloon, Gratis, I'rehlc county, OLlo S.'t-l,'
1011 jy a prescription
ears' exiK.rieneo : liaie.
exeidlent r lerences from labt emplojers Ad
drees Charles lloss, Wichita, ICancas. 3."-(.'
WANTED A situatioi
drujrpist of six jea;
ANTED Hotel men tnko notice
An A 1
clats hotel: floes liuth meat and tmctrv work .
jrood refi-rences if required Aildress D 1!.
Arlington, Augusta, Kaunas. :-i-1
t,"VI7"ANTED A good pa-lrt 00k mid a econd
TT cook at the I remoiit House- .Ti-tf
"TirANTED Ev ryhody tu know tlml wo hr.e
TT forsulesomoof the l.-t lanJInilg-
Mlck county and nro ire)iarel to negot.ate
sales or ton 11 proprly Our motto is square
S3-3m- 1'iu' Him- .IIUmi,
Ileal estate agents, (ioddard, Kanns.
"IITANI ED lhenone who wants to I1113,
TT seil, rent or tracle lots in the townol
Uodddard, or farms inedgwiek county, to call
on I'j Ic Ilros A Hash, real i state agents, (Iod
dard, Kansas. .B-.ui
7"ANTi:D A ll rt -class linker iiiiinoJi&tiO
tt at t-iearwaier; win jiay goin iagcs
.1. T. Elliott.
"T7"ANT1.D A good dining-room waller at
Tt the longla A.enue House. S-J-tf
rf"lTANTED A huyer for a hotil in ialeu
TT I'lain"; arare cUanee- for a Hie nun to
"AITANTED To sell or 'ehnngi'iin spnn of
TT extra good driiing liorsi- ; onlyTjenrs
old ami found in every waj 5 also a huggy and
harness I'all at once and sweuni a hargain.
d.7-ivl1-tr II. I' 1'i:iima.c,i
TT Wichita to 11 anr
D To suhht the mall route lrmo
Ho1 the carrier on
Wednesday or ntunla . d.':-
17"ANTi.ll Itcntirs for two line looms pq
TT second floor in. lohn Ilwse's new huild
Ing, l.'O Douglas aienue
20-U 11 1 lilll MI.Mi-O
WANli:i) To sell a good ramily horse;
yonng, and one that any jhtsou inn
ilrivo that Is enpa! le or handling horses at all
lfi-tr D KlMLLL.
rTTANTED To sell a second-hand Woi-d
T V sewing-machine gunl :m nuiv ; will taku
$15.00 in cash Enquire at this oRUv
"I'lT'ANTED A girl to do general houseuml.
W Inquire or W Hilling ir.-d-tl
"I7"ANT ED A hujer for a choiee stoi.k ranch
TT of 7,.xi acres A good hargiiln lor the
right man. l'rice, ei W per acre
d-13-tr II. K. Fim.Mi .1 Co
"vfrANTED Eniid-btrjerg to know that It is
T to their lnti rest "to go to Uanlen I'lain
eal Estato Agency to buy lands.
u-5-tr Taii.ou , l'lhK.
"lirANTED l.anil-hujers to know that we
TT halo lor sale all theliet landsneardnr
denriniii. 1 axliiua. 1'jfci.
"TT"ANTEI I.aml-liuyers to know that we
T T hnvo made arrangements with the hotels
at Uanlen Tlain to keeji tin m at reduced rail's.
dt.l-5-ir 'l'AM.Ol! A. 1'II.K
1'IT'ANl ED- oiue one to pay taxes ou .i-1'
T T acres of gr.ms land for the use of it .
d-7-tr 11. r l'nMi.v in.
1T"ANTEI lluitrs rur i'i lots on Lawrence
Tt and qojieka nienuisln bloik- .! mid I,
Onne A Philips' addition These ale the finest
lots In Wichita rorthe price f Ul per lot.
n-tr 11 r Kim mi a ci
"tirAKTlvD Land htiiers to know
T T lire posteil In prices aim location 01 eieri
trat t of land that Is lor sale In Sedgw iek county
3-lf II K 1'uli.MiACo.
ANTED A hujer for a qnrter-ectlon of
goon raw laiul; loreaietiieoii; lieu a
situateil in Ninnescah
.1 V Dak.iiihti,
(with Judge Campbell
"17"AN . I.D KoimI girl to do geuersl house
TV work In a small liuiilly luqnire at ris
4Vnci or Siiiuuel llouck. lu-
17"ANTEI) Karmers and citizen to know
V that the old reliable mid pioneer cloth
ing house of lullev is located second door south
lirANTED Eeribody to lisit tin
T Clothing House and examine ginuls and
prices before purchnslii,! elscw hi re.
"17"AN1ED Many custonursto be titled ttt
T T in tlioso elegant and nobby Corkscrew
suits, btar Clothing House
ANTED Ei cribodv to know that Head
quarters Is Mar I lothlng House.
"tTTANTED A good girl to do general honso
TT work In a tanilly if throe: poodwagesj
German prefcrroil Inquire nt Kohi son l!ro
arO KENT l'arties leaiing the citv for the
IfL siiinmcr desire to rent lurnlshcd house for
1 to 3 months Enquire nt house. . doors north
of IMncst. on Eanrenc-nve .eastslde Si-2
JL location Inquire of 11
A resilience with . rooms s
a"W KENT A furnished room suitable for man
. and wlfii; complete outllt ; Temple build
ing. Inquire or IVnvll dtvs
17011 KENT A house on ronrth aienue In-
iiuire of .1 C Post, opposite the l-.piscopxl
church, on l.awrence aienue
rpOTUADE 101 shinqi for realty; will pay
JL. diaerenee In cash Address Nelson Dai Is,
Wlcliltn, Kansas dri-.
rpO KENT Nice puvping rooms ;ii;
L I waled liniulre oi Karnes tu
OK KENT A nice on.ee
TnOK S.M.K-An old establish! :
X1 business, centrally
loeated : a snleudid
business chance: good reasons ior selling
Addre-3 A . , care Eagle oalco r.i-tr
lots for sale or
For particulars call at CStiins
T7IOU SA1.K Nine residence
Jj trade ; locatiil on South
T OST A bunch or keya with owner's name
I J on stencil. Finder Mill be rewarded by
leaving sama atthls office-or at lsral llro Sl-t.
T OST One mohair dutcr betwwn the Ijttle
Ji Kiier bridge and ilajor Daiis' Finder
Trill please leave at tills ottico . S3-
VT. G. HACKKK E. C. JACKSON
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Ketail Dealers In
And all kinds or
The "mind cure is called by pcoplo outsilo
of Xoiv Enslaud, a I5otou f raze. Xo other
city lix developed tl'o syttoni to iuch'nn er
leut as Jiostou, and probably in no other
placa are there so many disciples of mental
healing. Four reeo;rribKxl heads of as many
different friiools resides in this vicinity, Mhilo
dozens of practitioners of more or less skill.
and hundreds of followers, sw ell the lint of be
liovcts. A system of healing, claiming so
many adherents, and recofjuizal so largely
by many eminent men, doserves at leait to
be better understood than it is at present by
the lurgo majority of people.
The system is a difllcult one to explain
Even those xvho bavo studied it longest ad
mit that they do not comprehend its full
force, nnd are unablo to describe the oxact
method of the healing process. Tbo process
is essentially a spiritual work. It is held
that there is a part of us tlint i never sick,
ami this tart is mentally worked ujion so as
to control tbo uck jierson s consciousness,
uud this destroys the ilrijntss, for "mind
cures matter.1" Adisciplo of this ichool i
tick no, ho is not sick, for that is something
which ho will not admit; ha lias a belief tliat
he is sick; ho then says mentally to tho re
liellious boJy: "AVhataro you? You have
no fewer ovtr me; you are merely
tho covering given to me for pres
ent purposes; it is nu error to sup
Ioo that I am sick; I recoguizo tho
great truth Hint I myself, my individuality,
my jici-youality, my miner; can not bo sick,
for it is immortal, mado in tho image of
G. 1; ami when I locognizo tbo existence of
that liuLh there, is no room left for tho exist
tncu of error; it is unequivocally pioved
that two things am not occupy ono and the
same place; cnxircan not exist in the sania
pine with truth, therefore error is not in
existence, and 1 nm not sick." And tins
mind, thus utterly ignoring tho exNtqico of
( rror, of sickness, keeps matter in n stato of
health. It is not similar to will jiower, for
will power admits tho existence of sickness,
butdrivo itcnay liy tho suierior force of
tho will, vthi'o tho mind euro denies tho
t xittcisco of sickness, uud instead of conqusr
ia; merely ignores it entirely. It is uot tim-llai-
to iaith cure, for fnitli relies on tho
action of an outside power, the God jiower,
wliilo tho mind euro relies entirely on tho
1 ner, or, more properly speaking, health
fulncss, if She inilivkhinlVowii mind.
Many and rtmaikablu cures aro said to
hnvo liecn jicrfcniicd by this mental healing
process. Tho practitioners themselves s:iy
l.ttlo about them; they aro reticent to nn un
usual degreo on this matter, except u hen
talking to their own followers, and declare
that they do not w is.li to advertise the doc
trine in any wny. Their patients, lion over,
tell marvelous stories. Ono jouiur girl, for
instance, had lxtu sick for tu el vo years, un
ablo tolcavoherioomjalady mind praeti
lienor Uented tho girl, and in a short time
sho was able to go out, and now is ajqiar
cntly in the licst of health. Another Iaily,
vho i only a stu lent in the doctrine, suf
fei til for years with tho severest rheumatism.
SliolK-cama convinced cf the truth that
mind rules nisttor, and, dtclnring to
jeiielf, "I have no r'louiuilistii; I have
lily believed that 1 had ihcuniatisni; how
can 1, my mortal self, b- ill, that i, bo in er
roif lam not sick," com inceil herself that
she did not have rheumatism, nnd since then
has iiotsuffeiod tho least. This case, like
many others, is ono in which there i3 no mo
tive for telling nnything except the truth, as
ti.u self-curer is not cngngod in the pro lice
A mental healing, nnd is moreover a lady
highly cdocmed in tlio st ciil cirelo where she
moves. At Quincy lunilet nro a number of
market-men who willingly testify us to tho
results of this treatment. One ni-ui said: "I
suff-i-el for weeks with the mist ncute
rheumatism, and any ono who has had that
knows how painful it is; I put myself under
the mind doctor's treatment, and he cured
Tho cuiesnro not confined to such light
cases as transitory pain, but aro claimed to
affect contagious and hereditary diseases a3
will, in fact every kind of ill to which mortal
man is susceptible. One. patient had n limb
sj diseased thnt it had turned hlaik; three
doctors wcro consulted and decide! that it
jnuxt lie cut olT, but n miiid doi.tor held oth
cruise, and after a longer treatment than
usual, for tho case was severe, brought tho
limb back to its jierfect condition. In
Clmrlustown lesides a gentleman wiioo eyes
worecoicred with cataracts, and who had
Ikvh told by ono of tho most eininei.t eye
deleters of this city that ho would lu blind,
that nothing could help him. Tho jiatiaut
went to a uiind doctor at tiiat time being so
blind that hu could not read tho signs on tho
streets through which ho pisstd and in a
few w eei.s both cataracts had disappeared.
Anotbi r lady in Jledford, after a treatment
of !ij sittings, was relieiol of an oven worvo
blindness; the cataracts graduilly dwtp
lanil, and life returned to the eye. Ca-e.-
of iliphthorin, ulceiatiou of tho brain, inucor,
asthnu, indigestion, eimeslioii of Cnn bruin,
fever, were cured by the influence of the
mind. In many of these cases tho patient
lui'I bi-eii given up by tho doctors o the rog
ulm ichoo ; 111 fact, it was a common aying
of I)r. Quimby, th'i founder of the mind
scln-ol. tlint jHsqilo would .send for him and
llie iiielertaktr nt the same time, u 1 the
fin who got there first would get tho ciso.
the FrsuAsinNTAi. idea.
The me'thoil of treatmant is a siiuplo i-ne,
r.nd likely to try the fnitli of Hie jntient to
theulimst. It consists in sitting ijuiet an 1
doing liKhlng. The pinctitioner faces the
Ipcrton who lielicvcs himself s:ck, for nliout
Iiulf an hour, siiently couiaiunicntiug iu his
own mind the same as he would do in case he
himself was supposed to Ijoill, orelsecxiilaiii
nig to the patient what the truth really is
in regard to dis?ase. That is all that is neces
sary. Sometimes a hainiloss outward appli
cation i made, merely to give tho jmtient
CouflJcnee, since tho test of belief is hard
when nothing is npjiarently done, but this
has no liearing ujiou tho niethoil of curing.
In Huston there aro four schools of this
system, an 1 nil of thoo hold as their fimdi
incntal idea that disease docs not come from
God, and that ho has nothiug to do with its
l;r,;'uat'ont l"1' that it is one of tho eirors
of man which can bo cured by truths the ap
plication of this truth is not by any faith,
but by an intelligent understanding. Tho
schools, howover, disagree iu regard to later
de volopnients, somo claiming to bo farther ad
vancinl than tho others. Of tho fow heads
of these fchools, one is n venerable gentleman
of 00 odd years of nge, who was formerly a
olergymnn for twenty live years lieforo he
visitexl Dr. Quimby as a patient tw cuty-ono
years ngo, and following which ho left
preaclnug and practiced healing tl sick,
tnoou's surface. Tro'e level plains wnicn
formerly w ere held to be oceans of water
proved- to tie verdant fields, and what
formerly va3 considered mountains
tnrned out as deserts of sand and,
oceans of water. Towns and hab
itations of all kinds were plainly discernible,
a? well as signs of industry and trafllc. The
learned professor's study and observations of
old Luna w ill be repeated every full moon
w hen tho sky is clear, and w o venture to pre
dict that the time is not far off when wo
shall know more about tho iran iu the moon
than as being an agent in English lolities.
Mr. Bcrsli Fax-or Cremation.
Now York Commercial-Advertiser.
Mr. Henry Bergh sa3-s:"Dr. Gross, I see, left
orders that Lo should lie cremated. I favor
cremation for various reasons. I bclievo
that on hygienic principles tbo cemeteries
should lxj gradually removed and abandoned.
The Deity, if He chooses, cau receivo man's
ashes as well from a furnace as from a tomb.
In ancient Ureeco nnd Ilome, tho bodies of
tho dead were burned. What difference
does it make? There is something horrifying
to mo to think of consigning a loved wife
or daughter to tho earth to decay and b3 do
voured by worms. I have been asked to
take au active part in the establishment of a
crematory here. I have declined, for the
reason that my life-work is devoted to
another cause, and I can do nothing which
will militato against this important duty.
Henco 1 havo always kept aloof from re
ligious and sectarian arguments. I am non
religious and non-sectarian, and havo noth
ing to do with politics. Twenty years ago
me poopio nnu mo judges smiled when I
took up tho gauntlet for the animal creation;
to-day tho smiles havo vanished.
"Cremation would meet with the samo rid
icule nt tho present time, if I. together with
men, eminent and distinguished in their pro
fessions, should agitato tho question of cre
mation. If the body of tho late A. T. Stew
art hnd been cremated, his bones would not
now bo scattered over tho four quarters of
tho earth. I am told that clergymen of
every denomination are against it, ana that
religion condemns it The water flow
ing through tho earth should be
uncontaminatcd, and not carry tbo
refuse of decayed and lifeless hu
manity. I do not like to talk on -thews dis
agreeable subjects. If I attend a funeral, or
visit a sick room where a patient is likely to
die, it affects me, I become despondent I
want to see something cheerful, something
beautiful in this life. I go to the theatre
often. If n person should come to me now
nnd toll mo where I could get a laugh in some
theatre, I would go to-night As wo advance
in progress and civilization, tho cremation
problem will 1 solved, just as tlio relief of
suffering animal;, has been solved."
JOHN V. XIOFFETT,
n. F. HARTZEjJL.
Kansas Furniture House,
PARTIAL LIST AND CALL FOR
-WIIOI.ESAI.K AM RETAIL-
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
(gTCoinc ami examine our jrooils ami prices before purchasing elisc
where, ami be convinced that vft' mean business.
1 Have a Full Section of Good Farming Land in This County
1 7 0 Per Acre.
New Yoik Tribune.
Apparently Hussia lias not yet given up
her long-cherishod idea of bridging Persia
with railways, and thus makhig her vassal
a stepping-stono to fresh eastern conquests.
Eleven years ago a concession was nctually
grunted by tho sliah for tho construction of
a railway 150 miles in length, from tho Per
sian iort of Kesht, on the Caspian sea, to the
capital, Teheran, but his majesty subse
quently wriggled out of this agreement with
true Oriental ndroitnes.3. Projected lines
from Teheran to Ispahan (tho ancient
metroixilU),nnd from Ip than toSbirazwere
siniumiy negauveu. uut Jliissia, jiersever
ing as ever, is mixing up with the new de
nial kation of frontier between herself and
Persia, tho project of a railroad around tl.o
southwestern corner of tho Caspian, con
necting Hcsht iiith the new petroleum fields
nt Dalai, nnd with the llufsian railway thencu
to tho lllack sea. The shah Is said to look
on this schomo with anything but favor, but
Itussia may bo trusted to carry her point
sooner or later, eith?rby bribeiy, or coercion,
or both together.
Irxins on I'liIImaii.
"Tho story of the conception nnd creation
of this Pullman city," jaiil Irving, "inter
ested ino cry much, t Lough I confess tl.o
method of it all strikes mo as somewhat like
living by machinery; the private houses be
ing massed, us it wore, nt bloc; the ".hops
collected together like arcades; th? whole
pinco laid cut with geometrical system; and
yet 0:10 f if Is that thero aro fine principles
underlying it; thit the scheme is founded
upon wise plan?; and that, from amoral and
sanitary standpoint, the city is nn ideal com
bination of woik and rest, of capital and
The iTIeancmt ;irl Llviuc
The meanest girl has just lioen found. She
is an Albia, Iown, girl, who has a jiot citt",
which she has hultered in the front yarV
Sho has taught it to fight, and when her fe,
low takes his departuresho loosens the picket
1 oK and tho calf butts him over. Hha rushoi
to his rescue with seemingly heroic dvotion
and saves him. Heroism is a great quality
in a woman, but it is unfair for a gul to win
tho eirection j of her fellow by thi deception,
no matter if ignorance is t Vss.
Architects and Superintendents. Olliio in
Itojs' Mock, Wichita, Klmsas. 2-tf
i. v h.vimi,
Dentist. Igle building, Douglas menue,
Vi hiln, Kansas.
UAKlII-s A IIAItUIS A. 1I1IK1: XLTtJII,
Attorneys M I.v, Commercial Mock, Wiih
S l'. X I.K V A. WA l.U,
Altoineii.nl I.bw, Wichita, ICausa. Office
ner ('Iti7ens' bunk.
1: II KKXTZ,
Pliysleinn and "-urgeon OClre over KullerA;
cuiploylng mbbiug and manipulating as a
part of his system. Another leader, nnd
! -ad of a school, was a jutiont vt ith Quimby
t 'otity-l wo years ago. Her nsscme-1 title is
Vliristiau Scientist," nn ! her follouvrs b?ar
Hie same name. A thiil practici's mid
leneliiM tinder the name or ".nctaply-ici'in."
Tiio forth is n pupil of Ur. Qaimby, whj
fol.ows nut bis teacher's system iure and
siinjily. Jies.des those four practitioners
tha'ro nro about a dozen others w ho practice
the mind euro as a profession, and who
tcncli to c!nSK. of young and oli the m-thculs
of wiring. Oencrnlly, fivo instnicti m is
givcii ouco a wxek to all who will cmi.h'.
THE MOON INHABITED.
e, Lime, uemen:, ana nxx.
Grey & Blue Stone.
Office at Big Red Scales, Xe TO, Douglas Ai e ,
toatu Bide, Near Diiot 1-tf
coivii, 1 iiiiirwy
At tl.o nstronouiical observatory of Ileilm.
s.iy n translation from Nya rressen HeUing
for, a lUscJvcrj- his lately teen mado which,
v About doubt, will cause the greatest sensa
tion, not only among tho aJepts iu science,
but even among the most learned. Professor
niidmann, in that city, has found, lieyond
a d jubt, tliat our old friend, the moon, is not
a mere lantern which kindly furnishes light
fcr tho lo iug youth and pas companies of
our planet, bat the abode of living, intelli
gent beings, fcr which he is preisred to
fumUli preMfs most convincing.
By accident Dr. Dlendmann found that the
observations of the moon gave but cry un
satifactorJ results, owing to the intensity of
tho light power cf the moon's atmosphere,
which is so strong that it effects the cor
rcctneoa of the observations in a very higu
degree. He then conceived tho iJea to make
the object-glass of the refractor less sensitive
to the rays of light, and for that purpose ho
dirkened it with the smoke of camphor. It
took months of experimenting before he sue
cceded in finding his right degree of obscurity
of the glass, and when finally found he then,
with the refractor, took a very accurate photo
of the moon's surface. This ha placed in a
sun microscoiie, which gave the picture a
diameter cf 55 feet The revela
tion was most startling. It perfectly over
turned all hitherto entertained ideas of Jho
.1. M. P.AI.DKIISIOX,
Attounkv at i.xw'.WIeliltn, 5eiljri lek county
I'lin-ns UlUi e In Centennial block.
1. 1'. bMKUWOOD,
DenlUt. oi'-celn Krrmll liiiil'!iiigoiiO'ite
postonice, "lain street, Wichita, Kansas,
leeth extrarlril ultliout pain by iiltrosoxlde
J. J. CIMT,
Architect and .euperlutendent. Ofllcc, Knii!
Wernei's block, Douglas aienue, between To
peka aienue ami Ijtiirenre St., Wichita, Kan.
1. II. IIOCSTO.V,
.ltnrncis at Iaiv
tlonal bank. Wichita,
F. W. l.nVTLXX'
. liE.N'l u:v,
Office over Kansas Xk-Kan.
Contractors and builders, on Kirnl street, west
of ( oiintj Imililin?.
.1. l LAITCK.
Attorney at I-aiv, Wichita, K.xnas.
k c. i:i;g(;i.i:s,
Attornev-xt-law. Office oier No. SI, Main
Mreet, W ichlta, Kansas. TiZ-
O. D Klltlf, ""
Attornevst Ijiw l'.oom Xo. 2, IJ 0. Ijuul
olhce building, U Ichlta, Kansas.
J. C. HKHIlIXli,
llvll Kneluerrnnd Kesl llstato Acent.
lil block uexr IVstoffice, Wichita. Kansas
DR. J. C DKAX,
Dfvtkt. ISooins in Kleld biilbllng
strett, opiHisite llanllng .V Msiier's.
DK. W I,. DOVI.K,
Dkntisi OlVica over Itsrnes A N' ilrin;
store, t enlei.nial block, M Ichlta. 1-
II, W. -0LI.lNIS, I101IT. M 1'MTT
;OI.MXfts5 A l'lATT,
Altornevs at Ijiw. Will practice In trfitli state
and Knleral cnurU. Oflico In Trmple hloit.
Main street, secoud stxlrwar north of Iit
oflice, Wichita, Kansas.
The Photographer Pictures In all sbes and
stjles He also carries the flnest assortment
of picture frames In the city Giie him a
friendly call and examine sbmples. d-a-tr
BROWN & CHALL1S.
MAKKILS Ot THE CKI.EHItATED
Dcttre to Inform the citizens or "iMchltsth.it
thevwlll continue to do their work at the prices
already established, and Intend to rrniajn in
the citv where thtrcan be hld to a strict ac
count "for the fulfillment or their contracts.
The street-crossing on Dwuctxs avenne,
AND AIX OK OUR WORK,
are samplrs that are mal. If not superior,
to any other or the kind OU on us while at
work and ee the procets. Office at IIS Itous
las avenue. J II. r.ROWX.
diC-tf W. S. CIIAM.ls.
J. A. HOLLENBERGBE,
Teeth extracted without rain
alteetb irora ssioio
Fine xh all-
lnp a sicialtv Arttnciai teem irora siwiio
tSO.H) a set. 'Dental rooms In Kids' block.
Douglas swnnc, ichlta, Kansas. w-'.-ir
s w 12-23-10 west, Kingman county,
20 acres broke, S12U0.
1SC5. w 1-2 or w 1-2 32-23-5 w, Kingman coun
ty, SO acres broke, $1W.
15t. Quarter C miles c of town, $2500.
1574. Ouarter 2 1-2 miles so or Cheney, $2300.
15K5 1-2. Onarter sec. 10 miles n w of Wichita,
on Arkansas mer, $2010, 8300 cash, balance
on time at 7 per cent. ....
15V). 1L0 a on Ninnescah river. Smiles below
Cheney, 20 a In cultivation, $250.
lsss,. iroa7miles6outliortioddard, Slcno.
1.'.'il. OnaTtersec.nmileseastof town, 82500.
15'fl. 1W) as miles s e of Wichita, 81500, 1-SJ
1001. fij a adjoining Garden Plain, 81500.
liA-i. 11) a In bco: 4-28-3 east, llutler county,
1MI7. CIO a 12 miles s e or W ichlta, good up
land, 815 per acre.
1622. Quarter 4 miles n wof Garden I'lain,
1C32 100 a 2 miles n w or Garden Plain, 20 a
1(). 0 a." miles Trom Garden Plain, 8ii0.
loss, n e 1-1 ."KMfi-l w, 7 nules 11 w or Garden
101't ncl-11-SO-l w, all raw, 81500.
ICiT 20iuainne part or Comanclie comity,
plenty or water, a splendid cattle range, lper
lvs. li'i a In Kincman county. 7 miles west
or Cheney, 5oalncultiiation, one story house
wuii cellar, sijiu.
i.-.j lci . i miles n w or IViehita. small house.
talannderculthation, good orchards or apple
and peach, iiIcoctotc, 8225".
1531 100 a 1-2 mile from Cheney, 13 a In cul-
th alien, .-i0i9.
1.532. 311a 7 miles w or town on Cow skin
creek, lisoauiiilercultiiation, lu a or timber,
honseor.3 rooms, granary, stable and other
liuildlnKS, all hedged and cross hedged, splen
did orchards and groies. Ihis is a beautiful
place, 810 iier acre.
1531. 100 a 3 miles s or town, near Hnysillle
post-office, 11(1 a In cultivation, gooii;i 1-2 story
liouse with ndilition. barn 2fiv3i) with loft, com
crib, smoke house. Ac, 15 a pasture, good
bearing orchards, 835 per acre.
1530. 1(W a 1 mile 11 e or town on Chisholm
creek, 125 acres in cultivation, 1 story house,
granary and crib, hedged in on two slues, some
bearing rrnlt, a splendid place Tor stock in,ooo.
1531). 210 a I miles n w of Goddnrd, 110 a in
ultnation, 1 1.2 story house or 7 rooms, Ice
house, store building, post-oflice on place, good
renccs, living water, borne fruit, 8Mio and
terms to suit.
l.'.W. lflOn i lnllessworGoildard. 11-2 storv
house or 6 rooms and good cellar, stable for G
horses, cow stable for head, granary, cribs Ac
good hedges, 30 a pasture, wired, on 11 111 culti
vation, living water, orchard, Ac, 81"0,i, easy
1312. IGOa I miles n or Cheney, Ho a in cnl-
tliation, small house, stable and granary,
spring or water, Igood orchards, $15uu, 1-2
1311. lii a I miles e of Cheney, 10J a iu culti
vation, living water, some Irult, 822oo.
1213. IsO a 5 miles se of Cheney, 2 good hous
es and barns, cnbs, sheds and other buildings,
hearing fruit, livlnir water, ll a pasture en
i losesi with wire, 812, 000.
1510. IliO a C miles s w or Goddard, '. a in cul
ttiatiou. small house, watered by clear creek,
15S7. IfiO a 1 1-2 mile s u Garden Plain, 120 a In
cnltiiatlon, 1 1-2 stori houso ol 4 rooms and
good walled cellar, stable and granary, on
Clear creek, S2500.
1.350. 1G0 a 5 miles nor Cheney, I" cultiia
tion, house, some fruit, watereil by Spring
creek, 820 per acre.
1551. IC3 a 2 1-2 miles s or Garden Plain, 115 a
In cultivation, good hcuse, barn, granary, Ac,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 1 a or line bud
ded fruit, $3000.
1.353 loo a 2 miles from Garden Plain, all
smooth land, 120 a In cultivation, liouse and
living water, $2500
1551. 1W a in llutler county, 5 miles rrom Au
gusta, 2U a or timber, 12Q in cultivation, good
house, granary and stable, plenty or fruit, liv
ing vi ater, $51100.
15.V1. 43 1-2aonIJttIorIier, 1 mllunnf town,
1 1-2 story house, 5 rooms, good bam , corn cribs
and granary, good orchards and small rrnits,
1537. Isoa In I.ntler county, 2 1-2 miles e or
Andov er, 220 a in culliv ntlon, 1 1-2 story house,
5 rooms nnd cellar, all hedged and cross hedge
il and wired, 4 apple, fiuu peach, lear, cher
ries Ac, all lioaring, a finely improved place,
1501. 'b w l-l.30-2s,-.3cast, llutler county, 11-2
story house, ti a In cultivation, 825M).
15".3. KiOa.3 1-2 miles w or Valley Center, 11-2
story house, .3 rooms and cellar, granary and
other improvements, watered by little river,
8KI per acre
l.'.l lOi a 5 miles n of Wichita, house vilthS
rooms, small barn, 110 a in wire pasture, good
orchards or applo and ieach, $2.3 per acre
I.VSi. 101 a 7 miles w or town, near Cowskin
creek, 150 in cultliation, 1 1-2 story house, five
rooms and cellar, stable, granary', cribs and
sheds, various kinds of fruits, all hedged and
cross hedged, S-i.SOO
l.vi loo a. 3 nules 11 e of Derby, on Spring
reek.20a timber, 111 a in cultivation, 1 1--
story house 2I10. stable, granary, sheds, and
cribs, hedged nnd cross hedged, plenty or fruit,
15s2 100a I inilesn ofGarden I'lain, SO a in
cultivation, 1 1-2 story honseors rooms, stable,
good orchard of apple, peach and cherry,
15.S.3. 100 a 3 miles se or town. .30 a In cultiva
tion, 130 a renced, voting orchard, watered by
Gypsnm creek, $Vm, sieio cash, balanee on
time at 7 per cent
.l. Quarter sec 4 milesnof Garden Plain,
house with 5 rooms nod small bam, to a in pas
13s3. 1C0 a 2 miles w of town, good Irame
building, loo a in cultivation, ouiu- orchard,
102it ino a 5 milts n w of Wichita, m a In cul
tivation, rest inclosed in pasture, good house
nnd stable. Srtnoo.
1021. lu)a Smiles n wof town, all undercnl
tlvatlon, 1 1-2 story houfe of 4 rooms, stable,
orchard nnd shade," trees, Sahm.
lf.23. 100 a i) miles s wof .Wichita. lf) a in
cultliation, liouse with 1 rooms, stable, cnbs
1024. 100 a S miles w or Wichita, 120 a in cul
tivation, house and stable, $1500.
1025 040 a 2 1-2 miles nor Garden Plain, Son
a in cultivation, 2 houses and 2 stables, tiling
No If.i. Ten lots on Market street and Lavr
leee. ar.'nue j some fruit and shade.
11. C,oil business iiropcrty on Water street :
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call for
rull description, price, etc.
1;2 One acre lot on First street ; small honse
or 3 or 4 rooms, two porches, young trees.
173. Good brick house on Lawrence avenue ;
large corner lot, line rrnlt and shade, a com
plete home. 84,500.
Id). Acre lots on Central and Sandon streets ;
extra Inducements to parties intending to build.
$125 to $175 each.
193. Suburban place south j four lots, house of
R rooms, cellar, presses and bathroom. $2,000.
101. Two choice lots on DOuglas averue, east
1U2. Cottage of 3 rooms on Market street;
small stable, comer lot, good neighborhood.
PJ0. llosiness property on Douglas avenue
running back to W llliams street s cottage on
rear. $3,0oo, cash and time ; will pay a good
interest on the investment.
137. A large down-town residence; comer lot
loovllo reel, frame house of 12 rooms, cellar,
cistern, stone walks, shade and fruit trees ; not
many such places In the market. $7,000
No. 172, One-story frame house, Tour rooms
and pantry, on Moslev avenue. Lot 103x150 feet.
cast Iront, corner alley, line fruit and shade
No. 171, Pino two-story frame residence of
elcrlit rooms, on Eninona avenue, cellar lull
size or house, eornerlot 125x110 rect, good fruit,
line neighborhood; a special bargain at $3000.
Xo. 170, Cottage or four rooms on Waco
street, lot 52x112 Teet, good fence, peach, pear,
plum , cherry and line shade trees. Price MUM,
011 good terms
Xo. 107, hniall house, three rooms, 011 Cen
tral avenue; good stable, iiicket fence, Trait
and shade trees, choice location. Price $1100,
nair casii, naiancc goou time
This is Simply to Remind you that at
Lawrence's Drug Store
YOU CAN ALWAYS PROCURE
Kimmerle at Adams,-
WIGHTTA MAEeBLB WORl
MWIHTS, TMBSTtilS, UlTUS 19 UMl tltt,
IBON TlXCim, I0ZLSOMI fTHTl,
HAfR, PIASTER & CEMENT.
No GO Main Street, between Ptm m4 Snm4, Wkkita.
PORI! DRUGS AND
MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS AND WINDOW
5 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.
Handles a Complete Line of
Clothing, Hats, Gaps and Famishing Goods
-1" KICKS UKASOXAlll
Fraak f. Wrlr, Fritz Sikiler' M Stari.
I am still iu Hie rinjr. Conic itntl Me mc :il (lie olil ftmid. comer of Market
nuil Doujrlas nvpiiun
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
njLisrTj-BiL, & :d:r,:ess:e:r,,
Fo. lr.s. Kiveorsivcottaieain hast iV ichlta.
nndcr rent at SO per cent, on the inee aikeil for
them. Houses new anil in rooiI order; a choice
No. lu;, House with three rooms, on Kirst
street, cellar, holtfe fence, truit and shade
trees, one acre of ground, Sl.VW.
No. IC'i, liouse, slv rooms, ou Central aie
nue, corner lot, MUM feet. ISarn and carriage
house, anjilc, iieach, ilium, cherry and shade
No. lit), Thno cottages on Kmnoria avenue,
Knglish addition, all rented at good ilgures, a
No. 131, Jr'rame residence, slv rooms, on To
peka avenue, harn, Iruit and shade treei, lot
No. 17, liouse seven rooms on Lawrence av
enue, south; harn for four liorkes, huRgy shed
chicken honsc, water in liouse, line fruit and
sliaile trees. a heiutlful home. fti'iOO.
No 117, Klegant residence on Topeka aie
nue, eleieii rooms, nine presses, harn, crih and
outbuildings; broad walks, picket fence, line
fruit and shade trees, SV
No. til. Valuable business proiM-rtv on Doug
las avenue, lirst-class location. Call lor price
No. no Fine business projicrty on Kouglas
aienue; old building, but lery cheap at SOonO.
No. M One and a half story frame residence
on Market street, slv rooms, in good repair,
coal house, shade and fruit trees, fcl'-oii.
No el. One-story frame on Washington
street, large lot, i'M.
No. ill I!iiines9ropertyonl)ougla8aieniie,
linira addition, j-rame iiuiiuing, rents lieu,
No. 01 One lot on Main street, well located,
one-story frame building, $IT5.
No. us. Jlnsiness property on Main 'street,
under rent. $i'iio.
No. 37. Two-story brick building on Main
street, centrally located, all rented, $52uu.
No. 181. An elegant residence In tho north
east part or the Uty. Large grounds, line fruit
and shade trees, modern house in perfect or
der; a rare chance to the right party.
No. 178. A nice cottage on corner lot. near
center of business, new honse, Siooo
No 1GI. Cottage of file rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty of fruit, oicr one acre of land,
No 173. A beautiful homo on Lawrence aie
nue; lot ynvlIO feet, one and a half story frame
house of sei en rooms in perfect order, good cel
lar, well and large cistern Harn and all neces
sary outbuildings. Fine grape arbor ami other
HUlLb; BII.IUU 111 HUH., j'Uli; J?inKF, ai . lUSll,
balance on good time.
No. 132. liio houses on Wichita strict, file
rooms each, cemented cellar, pantry and clos
et in each house, nice shade trees, lot JOvl.Vt
feet. SI.'ioO each.
No. llii. femall house, three rooms and cel
lar, rents for 91-2. SO. l'rice Ssoo, nn Lawrence
No. Hi. House of three rooms, on 4th aie
nue, rents for $10, price S7l).
No. 13s. One-story frame honse on Kinporia
aienue, good cellar, barn, water rrom water
works, near horse car, line neighborhood.
SJii.o, cash and lime.
No. 133. One-story frame residence on Law
rence aienue, siv rooms, cellar, conl house,
carriage hoin-e. hennery, lot well fenced, imltu
feet Fine i ariety of fruit and shade trees, lies
ioealltv in the citv l'rice 4Vi0O.
No 3 Four hits on Chisholm street, SH
each, iiry cheap
No II. Two lots on Kmnoria avenue, Kng
lish'a 3th addition. fe-M
No -23 Tno choice lots on Douglas avenue,
line business propcrtv Call ami get the ligures.
No.il My lots In Lakexide addition, iheai
No la Five good lots on Court street, SI30
No 32. Two lots on Wichita strt et, SW.
. No (3 M lots on Douglas auntie, iMmo.
No. 73 A nice plat of ground for eub-diiid-lngonljiiiTcnceaiid
Uojicka avenues, can be
sold at a bargain.
No 7B ltusincss lot on Main street, lOul.
No. 'i, Iirge lot on Market street, cheap at
No a7 A large lot for sub-dlilding, on Cen
I haio the exclusive sale of lots In Ormc and
Phillips addition, south of the citl 1 bis is the
highest plat of ground around the city, and
prices are within the reach of all, 100 lots al
ready sold, and houses are springing up all over
the addition Call early and make a selection.
lliclaleimproicmentsln West Wichita, In
cluding the new passenger depot, have hrocght
ns an unprecedented demand for lots In that lo
cality. It Is tho nearest vacant property to the
business center of Wichita, and there Is no
doubt of its rapid grow th and a good advance on
lhavc the sole agency for lots In Steiens' ad
dition. These lots are rentrally located, nnd
are haling nady sale.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO ALLEN & TUCKER.)
Wholesale and Retail
Aldrich & Brown,
MAIN STREET, WICHITA,
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANT PART OP THE CITY.
CITY CAREIAGE SHOP.
BLOSS & MELVIN,
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagoiis.
Goods at Kansas City Prices.
Repairing, Shoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
south Main Street, net to Cooper's Stable.
DEC. C "WILSO.N &d
(Successors to Wilson .t Tom,)
OP S'JC. LOUIS, MISSOUKI.
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money ac Sigrht, Commission "Very Low.
Wc Imve coiiiiurtcil
-Uiiy, S'll Si Exclihiijri' ffstL'rn iirojiot ly fur E.islcrn, uud vice vcrt-ii
Call on or ndtlrphf
M. L. GARVER.
Mauii-rcr ortlic Wichita lir.nncli, WICHITA, ICAN'SAa
Ollircs over T. II. Lvneh's Htoro, Douglas avenue.
PECKHAM & HELLAR,
j OI'POSITK roSTOFKICK.
WE HAVE THREE DELIVERY WACONS.
GOODS DKL1VKRED IMMEDIATELY ON ORDER.
L-VEEY AT XiIV3 J.J:riD LET XiI"VE OPieiCBS.
W. F. NI1DERLANDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Corner Douglas nnd Emporia Avenues,
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
iiu&tic; outfits rrnteti en rcisomUe terns
CORNER FIRST & M A1X. WICHITA, KANSAS.
N. F, Niederlander,
Corner of Emporia and Douglas Avenues.
i JL af VBx X w V
lliiRfrfi-s,; riitctiins, Cania(;p8 sm! Spririj; Wajons for sale at pricv ranglni? from i-VI to tiV).
The Huts! ami Clifr-t In the JtnrVct COOPER'b STABLE,
J I. CxiiTn, l'niiri-tjr.
NO. 513, DOUGLAS AVENUE NOJ 513
SOTTOTS: SIID"rI3 1ns.JSL "3IvCPTJ33I:rlS7,X,
The Best Goods for 'the Least Money of Any Store in
JJJJJIf you want ll.e best fcxiirar-curfwl' ham in the worM, try our "Star" Ilraad.
1 lie cboico-l tca by wle jonnd or box ; Mijjar by the barrrt ; coflee by the
'sck ; canned "oolJ and craJcor- by tbc cac, at Inwp-t wholesale price.
Agents for Whitehall Stoneware. Carloads at
The Best Five-Cent and Ten-Cent Cigars on Earth.
Goods Delivered. Try Us &. See.
.SUCCK80it TO K. STACKMAX.)
Ici'i-i ou liniid line f,'oodn or tlui laical Ntylew. The larirvtt utock ! tbo
oily. Sitliaftirliou guaranteed. No troidili' to nhow jood. Cull nd se te.
or. "w. aw.A.:B,
l-lf Klmt Dour Xnrtb tit CooutT HalUlac
cThe German Grocery'
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 116, DoufflaH Ave.
(HtHTrnMira tu W b. Orl-ll.)
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS.
No. '.'7 MAIN STKKCT, WICHITA, KANSAS.
COFFEES, TBA.S OSTID jJNCJY'
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Largest Asscrtsont cf Fine Drbd Traits is thi City.
Lulifiirnia Cannrtt (Sooth of all klrnlt, Vurogun Axle (Irt'ttr, Marfan (HI,
h'rittt fired, Jilc, Jitc.
Our m l tu l."i rjlMo la r tin. b-I tlit rt-clMt ! to tr iyttni
- hiat ttiffcf twntfTmoiIriir lr-l n.llrll-5. .111 f"-l uiiiarwi pntmvuf v mJ
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
THE LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES,
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
77ISXC7 CSA223. SHA21 TUTHZll,
Lambrequin Poles, Cornices Mouldings, Mirrors, ChiWrwis'
Sc 2bck, ejpodte Potefice, - 15 k4 17 Xata HtmL
IS.. E. -KIEITX) & CO.
LANDS & LOANS!
If you ileJre to bar, 8 or exdtaajfe real NtiU of mj klad, r 1
or loan moucf on real tUt or thxiuii, tfnt m cJL We IMW IM m
fdI5U for our bafo. Correpedw oikitd.
Omcz, 122 Dovgla At-wu,