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M. M.
MURDOCK, Editor.
R. P. MURDOCK. Busineai Manager.
Uat Ittr Largett Circulation of any Daily Paper
in Somhtreitern Kantat.
terms oFsubscriptTon T "
I IAI1.T BY MAIL.
One capjr, one year. tn Irt
oe copy, six month 4 w
Oae copy , three months 2 m
toe copy, one month 7.1
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City.
Postage iimimlS.
ICING OF WALL STREET
A Iiong Kace to Get Even with
Game.
the
Au Experience which Recalled the
luqulnlilon'a Tortures Victor
at Last A Glimpse Alter
Four Years' Time.
WKKKI.V.
Ohm copy, one jesr $ 01
One copy, alx mor.Mip 1
TO ADVKUTISEKS:
Oarrstes for advertising snail be a Iovr a
bom or any other paCT or rqnal alne nun
dvertlalng medinra.
All tranairnt adt crtlsciiK-iitn mutt In- nti for
j ' a advance.
! entered tn far Pottofficr at IVuhlta. at tecond-
k matter, and entered to tranution ttnough the
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WANT COLUJLN.
Advertisement! in ft 11 column trif It tharqrd for
ml Ike rtttof Flee Cintt per line jier irerk. An
mitrHtemcut taken for Itit than 23 rrnf.
W.VNTKU A s'rl to do Keiienil hoifu-u ork.
Apply at Allen.' drugBtorc. H)illw 1
"1T"AJTKI) ltnyiTB for two first class rati
tT road tickets from Klorence. Kansas, to
Colnmbns, Ohio; also two from Neton to
Kansas City, Mo.; will ho sold wry cheap
79-tr 11. f. riMKM) .1 Co.
TYTAXTEII Situation by an exiieriencctl
TT salesman. Address II., KaKlcolhcc.
1TAXTKI To exchange anew Isli". .St.-r-T
T ling organ for a lioie or the same alni ;
or will exchange plastering and brick-work for
one or two good horses. Call at room 7, Hojs'
block, or a Idrcss Joseph S. Hall, Wichita,
Kansas. 7t-0
WASTED A good second-hand baby-hu,;-gy.
Address II C. Steere, Wichita,
Kansas. 7u-(
"HT"ANTKI Salesman'; one ho in thorough-
T V ly posted In the wholesale dry goods and
notion business, and one who has a general nc-
Suaintanco with the merchants in southern
Kansas; referencea required as to character,
rspauiiiiy, etc .inures
ZZZ IlnrGoous Jorhku,
CareTremont House.
Widiita, August II, Issl. 7M.
Vy 'TIT'ASTED A suite or rooms on Douglas av
j TT enueror office use. Aildress Du., hagle
- ' office. 7.1-t.'
"Y7"AXTKI To sell three houses on South
T T Market street at a big bargain.
J.M. lUv
I7"ANTKI Ilnyers ror one largo farm
T T horse ; also one medlum-sln-d lioru ami
two ponie. all gentle: will trndr for second-
liaml organs, pianos, or for town lots. Cull at
Temple of Music, opposite postofflcc. ,7:i-tr
7"ANTED A good brick moulder. Apply
TT to A l'alraer. Kingman, Kansas. 7otf
T"AKTED A girl : good wages, new house.
TT eterjthingcoiuenlent ami small family.
Enquire at this office
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ANTED A good washer and Iroiu-r at Dr.
aicixy's, Lauri'iKi! aieniie, north ii
1 avenue. .V-tf
ANTED Two girls at City Hotel.
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"IITANTED Hy a young man, situation in an
TT office or store; good city references
beat the will be gieu. Kncjuire at this office.
WE will trade town lots ror a goodteam.
Wichita J.asii t Loan Co
17E have a ery tine residence in one or the
TT best locations In the city to trade for a
fcoou 1 arm.
Wichita LimV IiivOi.
"IITANTED Parties wishing to pur base lire
TT resldene lots of from one to live acrra
t.o please call at
It
Wichita Lami .V Loan Co.
1TANTEI) To trades gonl rami lor lity
t t proeny.
tf
-Enquire nt
Wichita Ixii & Iaii'Ci.
"I7"ANTED A gooil girl to do general house
TT worm 111 small laiiiuy. .Musi come well
r recommemIel.
mis oince
Wages "per week.
ilvat
Applva
4i;-tr
lirAMfcH-1 o sell a stock or general mer
chandise: cood reasons for selllnir
location ; will exchange for cattle. Ai
C, Eagle oflice.
goo 1
Iress
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"17"ANTE1I A good girl to do general Iioiim -
IT work : wages jki
35-tf
Cor
.1 O. Dawo-ov.
Tojieka ninl .StoihI st.
"Y1T"ANTED Eterjbod) to know that we hate
TT for sale some of the best landtln :cdg-
wick county, and are prepared to negotiate
sales of town property. Our motto Is square
dealing. Oh ens a call.
sn-Sm I'm Him A Ht-11,
Ileal estate agents, Ooddard, Kniifas.
WANTED Kterj one who w.nuts to buy,
sell, rent or trade lotn lii the townol
1 '., Oodddard. or farms In .Seilcwick ouutv. to tall
f nil 1'jlellros. X Hash, real estate agents, Ood-
usru,
Kansas.
Xt-liu
"ITANTED-A Imjer for a hotil In tiarden
TT I'laln ; n rare ihance lor a live man to
make money,
dii-ll
I' 1 m.i 1 ii A 1'ihi:.
1TANTKD Uind-luiirs to know that It is
TT to their interest to gotoOarilen Plain
esl Estate Agency to buy lauds.
il-Vlf TamoiiA I'lhi:.
WANTED Et 1 r body in this towntobuy
buggies of .1. I. Cooiier nt Coojier's
stable, where they can buy them nt from so to
lUiMTwnt. less than or anyother houseintht
West. .71-tr
"I7"ANTED l.and-bmers to know that we
TT Jiae for sale all the best lands near Oar-
den Plain.
TAII.OU.I I'lhl..
,"rANTED Kveooody to know that I am
TT now selling my 1(0 buggies at Sill and
-juy H(i buggies lit M.M, to close out.
wi-ti .1. I.. Olll-Ell.
WANTED Land-buyers to know that we
hate made arrangements with the hotels
at Oarden Plain to keep them at reducM rates.
d-J-tf TAYLOIltt PlhK.
TANTED TO HELL. Two moning nu
ll chines, one hay rake, n Foutz hav loader
with a complete camp outllt Wilt be sold
cheap for chash. Willi v Nli.lv.
51-lm
WANIKDTo know eier body who wants
to buy, M'll, rent, or trade lots in Wich
ita, or farms in Kansas, for projiuity in other
states. Cite me a call and get or 1cmc descrip
tion of property at E. A. K'elmiu's Land K
'rhange Office.
WANTED Fifty Mi'ond-liaud senlug-ma-chllies,
Ii second-hand organs, audllie
" cond-lisnd plnnon: sre wanted nt the 'ieinplc
,or Music, opiHtsite the ostoffice, before Septem
ber ii. call and cuouirc lor terms at (lie lcm-
New York Sun.
The title of "King of Wall Street" was con
ferred ujioii jiio in the sumptuous outer office
of u broker in tho street at U10 close of the
last pp'-iiilciitial camuaiKiL Tlie ticker had
struikotr Ladil's time, 2:15 p. m., and the
t Ux-k quotations w hieh follow ed carried prices
up to :i point tliat, afteralongsummer'shard
work-, and related nightmares of utter ruin,
made mo ct en with tlio Wair street game.
When a certain stock touched a certain
eiglitii, my elnborato cnlculations demon
htratol that 1 would bo just whero I started
in tli jiivviou-. May, and that if I sold out I
eouM leave Wall btrect even.
liETWEEX TUB WHEELS.
How I had longed for that moment no pen
could tell I was short of ono stock that was
sailing up like, a balloon, and I was long of
another that was dropping like lead. The
genius that turned tho wheel of fortimo
wined to 1 doing double duty, and I waa
muglit Utwcen the wheels, with my feel
Im.iuiiI to one and my hands to tho other.
Eeiy time tho littlo wheel of tajio went
around I got an extra wrench. To ald to
the pUsures of existence, the put-and-call
sullen, would bring in the most delicate till
bits of gossip, indicating that Jay Gould was
gon-g to put my short ttock tip higher than it
hail ever ln-tn lieforo, uild that my long
stock WLsgoin to the bow-wows, where it
would only ha vo a sjieculativo value. This
ine.iiit that the stock I thought was selling
too high at !, Jny Gould thought cheap at
W.1; and the coal shares, that seemed to 1110
Mow tiieir intrinsic valuo at 47, were
doomed to sink to 10 or thereabouts, to lead
u sickly toadstool existence.
LIKKGIUM DEATH.
Kind friends gathered around mo one
gloomj afternoon and advised mo earnestly
to close out just w hero I was, to loso nil tliat
I had mt tip as margins, and to give my note
to the broker for half as much more, and
come again some other day to try my luck. I
loin luiled that I wns a member of a congres
of lools. Ijinji mill sickly as I wns, I felt
enough sclf-coiiliilenro to itsist acting uion
the nih ice. I had seen ono gix-en navigator
!n these tn-uclierous seas yield graciously to
Hicii niivico, and Had utterwurd noteil how,
uliuihe fit out and settled his losses, his
stocks 1 lettered and sisjh reacheil a jKiint
whi'ivhe could have sated himself. Then I
had heard the kind friends who hail induced
him to sKio olf tho slate, to try again some
other day, cackle a er his foolishness in run
iiingaway at theliist sign of trouble. Had
it not lieen for this exjierience 1 verily beliei o
tli.it I would hate lieen mortgaged Unlay to
the Wall street broker. Tho kind friends
meant no harm. In the excitement of specu
lation, nd ice in grave money matters is the
theajiest thing iir Wall street It adds
interest to the game mid costs nothing.
So I held on like grim death to a deceased
colored crsou. I was on duty hy the ticker
Ihohoursn day, watching for tho combina
tion of figures that was to land me high ami
dry. Sometimes the long shock would con
x alt-sec, and then relo again, xrhilo the
slioit stuck seemed tt bo the henlUiiest thing
(Hi the list Hy and by the skies cleared, and
1 s4s.11.csl tolie on the homostroteh. In the
thocrutilileof Wall stivet speculation 1 liad
Iit all upiictite for gnins, and my ruling
passion was to get eveiL Tlio long stock
braceil up, the slmrt stock weakened, and if
Iheso happy conditions could lie charmed into
contiinuince I would lie x ictor.
EVEN AT L.tT.
The odds xvere against me. Nothing lasts
in Wall street like misfortune. A happy
thought stuick 1110. It wns to (hunge my
steeds and iiioutit nfix-sh. Ovcrlnmrd went
the long stock nt -1) oerboanl xent the
short at 10"' I mounted Erie and U. I'., mid
on Nov. II, lbsll. I dashed under the wire.
1 was exactly een. Instantly I dosed my
iicsniut, and, with a (vrtllied check for my
nun-gin nun my statement 01 account in
kind, I ciillisl tiigctlicr the kind friends
whoso .vll-i!ii:iiitmlvusj I ljad rejected when
il iuxolrod ruin and addressed tliem as
follows;
"Fellow Spkculatoiw: I nm alxnit to
uy lnieucll to this street forever. You haxe
Irs-ii my Lonstaut comiuiiionsforsix months.
I one my stiei-ivs to going agniiist your judg
ment, 1 or your ii'nili.nn consideration in lul
xising niengaiust my Iiet interest, 1 thank
you Iruiii the lK.'.tom'of my heart. I shall
iioiajM'iiuiaoir 10 ct agnuisi, journuvitv,
THIS SPACE BELONGS
TO
Snively d
Wilhite
Jf. S. SMITH & CO.,
Mattress-makers and General
Upholsterers.
Carpet sewing and laying a specialty. Win
dow shades trimmed and mounted. Oldmst-
tressss and fnrnltr.re made over, equal to new,
af a small expense, eastern prices being dnpli
cated in everything Twenty-live years' exper
ience. 79 Main street. 73-tf
THE
Restless,
Sleepless &
Reliable
Real Estate Firm!
Go to them for bargains. 'Ihey drhe their
own teams, keep good carriages, and show
their property cheerfully, and Ihej sell It too.
Write Insurance.
Do Conveyancing,
Bent Houses,
Make Collections,
& Fay Taxes.
In short, do a llrl-clasa (110 curbstone) bunl-nei.
Jj-Oniie oer Harding X FUlier"
alore, MhIii Miret, Wliliim, ICsnsas.
1 book-IC-lni
DR. E E TOST,
I'KAUTIUAL ANI SC1KXTIFIO
OPTICIAN.
First Boor North of Postofflce.
"Good morning. Deacon : von walk off as
Bjiry as a boy, for all you are so old."
'Why, law bless you. I can't lielji it ; lean
see so well with my new- spectacles it appears
to put new life in me. I actually reel twenty
yearn xounger, and I have La J them only a
short time. You fee, I did not buy when Dr.
lost llrst came to Wichita ; 1 thought I would
jutt wait and let some others try. I hail paid
out so much money for six-ctsclea, and my eyes
were getting poorer and poorer all the time,
that 1 had about despaired of eer getting any
thing that would stay the dreadful loss or sight.
Itut when I came to see and talk with my neigh
bora, and with people from other parU of the
country who had used lr. Yot's Improved
lenses (some of them for xears), I concluded I
would try It once more, and I am frank to con
fess they are far ahead of my expectations.
Oh, yes, it's a bard country on ejeslght. All
this western prairie country is much harder on
on the ejes than the eastern states, and come to
think of it. it Is as much out of place to try to
use the old stjle or spectacles here lu Kansas as
It would be to try to farm with the old style of
farming tools, aud. sir, 1 don't hesitate to i-jij-that
the man that wont go to Dr. Yojt and be
fitted with a pair of his improved lenses ought
10 nave nis seii-uinuer anil lmproxeti plows
taken from lilm. and be compelled to cut his
grain with tho old hand sickle and plow with
the woodeu-monldboard plow."
It is just as Important to use lmnroed lerincs
properly fitted, in order to save eyesight, as It
Is to use the seir-bindcr to save grain iu this
western country.
Xoll.-e talking, nothing short or Dr. Yost's
Improved spectacles w ill tare the Ir-Ion in this
lay and age.
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors & Builders
BRICK AND STONE!"
Bunnell Hoys,
Eeal Estate
FARM LOANS,
Fire and Life Insurance
AND
(nli A. T. k S. f-.IIiilroaJ UaJ5.
Money always on hand lo Loan al
Lowest current rates.
The oldest established I Real Estate
firm in the city.
OITB INSURANCE AGENCT.
Aetna, of Hartford $9,193,614
German American, of New York 4.0S5,808
Germanla, or New Tork 2,700,79
Hartford, or Hartford 4,541,310
Home, or Xew York ?,4&,Gt3
Ins. Co. or North America, of Phlla.. 9,071,(536
Iiv., I-ond., and Globe, of Liverpool, 5,771 ,9
Phoenix, of Hartford...... 4,M,M9
Underwriters, of New York 3,m,794
The Eanitable Lire, or New York 50,000,000
Jj-Offlce In Roy' block, npataln, over Bank
ol Commerce,
COK. DOUGLAS AND IjAWRENCR AVS
WICHITA. KAN.
JOHN V. MOFFETT,
H. F.'HARTZEL
Kansas Furniture House!
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture.
cKoaamLM.
Kimmerle A.
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irs Brt
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WICHITA MARBLE WORKS
Maaaftctsrcra of aaJ Dvaler hi
M iOW TMKTMK UltlR 14ft Mill Wl.
, ,.-, w anM. .-
IMK FWCITO, lUOfiOt SIQM1.
TERCE CI07Y LIME,
HAIR, PLASTER CEMENT.
No 60 Slala Stre!, btwa FlrM aad SteaaJ, WkMtA. 4Mi
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("Coine niul exaiuiue our jroods ami prices before purchasing- else
where, and be convinced that we mean business.
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METROPOLITAN
CLOTHING HOUSE!
I am f till iu the ring. Come ami cc me at the old Bland, corner of Market
and Douglas avenue
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
WICHITA FOUNDRY
-AS
Machine Shop !
NKAU 1UON BHIDGK.
R. McPARLAND, Propr.
CITY CAE,RIAGESHOP.
BLOSS A IELVIN
Jacob Bissantz,
DKALEU IN
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Hardware, Stoves, and Tinwara
Galvanized Iron Cornice Work!
Pumps, Tubing, Sheet iron, Wagon Wood Work, Slatt
& Ircn Mantels, Etc.
Repairiig f AH KMs m SWrt Srtkt at IcmmmN( K!
Agent for Van Pappandan's Fatiot Till SMflaf .
Customers will find at this house square dealing aad low prteaa
Drop in when you want anything in this line.
No. 107 Douglas Avenue, - Wichita, KaH
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MautifHclurers of
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Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing, 8hoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended. To.
Sooth Main Street, next to Cooper's Stable. 1-tf
I'aitlei ilealrlug shlewiilk or Wlnilelil II af
gln of all clrcii n ill (In well tn mil nml get
Iirle". Leave orilers at U'. I" Slcni'rt oilict-on
jmrriuvsre.. KOiitiiol Dounlfn e. il-.ri-tl
H. 'JEXj11iOC3-G-,
PROFKSSIONAL DIRECTORY.
G. W. C. JOXKd.
Attorni'V-at-law. Offlct) In Kaglc lilock, oer
IIoM'V.t Co.'mlryKoods store. "J-iSO-tf
I)KS. KICIIMOM) & SEXTON
Will attend together all severe case, and will
treat magnetically at tlielr houses all who de
sire. Why Htifler or make a drugstore of your
stomach, when ou can bo healed magnetically?
Consultation free. Charges reasonable. Dr.
ltlrhinond's office at No. r,l South Water street.
Sirs bexton's odlce on Market street, three
doors north of Jail. dJi-wW-lm
de of Music.
MMf
rote i;kst.
lO It KKNT--Wanted,
j" rancn or 3M acres :
renter for a stoik
well fenced mid run
ning water. A. I.. At-n,
7J-tf Cor. Douglas and Lawrence Ae.
I7)U KENT Ilalfof a double bouse ; half 00-
ecupb'd by owner ; three big rooms and
two large closets : South Market street, this
side of railroad. Enquire at bouse. 77-C
riio LET A two-room )ioue on Fourth ae.
JL Enquire of .1 . C l'ost. opposite the Kpis-
roiial church, on Lawrenco ae.
uiul if 1 Iettxt by jour glances j our ii
in.il of my di'teiiuiiiutiofi to cea-! pulliiig
tlint tu', 1 wiJi to iiifonu you thut lieie-nftt'i-you
will mivi 1110 lixrni my usual haunts.
If Jim will ln-conui my quests for a few 1110
meiiN wo will (Irinl: to tlio iieury i.sloiuiiio
wliooontiiiuo toiliji in the pildeii mm." Aj-l-lauso.
citoiv.Nn:) Kixo.
Tlie old-tima rqieculator, whoso feats of
twentj- yeaiN no lillrsl tlio newsiaiiers, said
tint no man ever got rid of tho fn-soiuatioii
of Wall btrcet Kpeailntinn, nntl that for ouo
lie ln'Iievod no man over would. With a
gleam of liumor in his 03-0, lie took my state
ment of account mid folded it into a crown.
Tlieii lie pinned the certitlod chock upon it, so
that it danced liken wliitoplumo, and placing
tlieKiix-r coronet on my blow, he said: "I
enrau thv king of Wall street."1
Just then tlio broker cnnio out with his
kind full of slijis contnininp; memoranda of
bales and purchases. -UHint's tlio funf lie
askil.
"Hero U a linn who is e en," said the oM
time peculator, "nndwohux crowiieil liiiu
king or Wall stivet."
Four 3 cars bavo passod and solvency
ruigns iu 1113 business. Thu other daj' 1 went
down to look at 1113- hunting ground in the
last presidential rampaigu where I wore 11
ccrtiliwl chetkas thewliito plume of ictoiy.
1 could scarcely lielievo ni3- ears.
The stocks w hicli w ill nlw a3-s seem dear to
me, Ijoiuu-c tlic-y made mo even with the
game, were down, ono forty (mints and the
other nejirl3- 1(K) Hints. The3- toM me tliat
there had bcen a shrinkage on tho entire list
of o or $1, WOKXVXM.
1)K. JI11S. KICIIMO.N1) A Dlt. MRS. SEXTON
Have hail long and very successful experience
in obstetrical cases, and under their magnetic
treatment parturition Is mostly without pain.
ANNA 11. TWITTY, M. I).,
Tenders her professional services to the citizens
of Wichita. Electro-vapor baths a specialty.
Office on Main street, second door from soutii
w est corner of First street, up-stairs. K-Hnv
D11. W. S. McllUItNIE,
larine hospita
lib
ton
ingtt anu gait
m. and 2 to 4 1
Grain and Produce Commission
Merchant.
Chleitgoiiurket rejkirts received eerj lifteen
mlnut from ll:to x. si to 2::u o m' Office
under Citizens Hank. Wichita, Kansas. Deal
er lu grain and modiice invited to liukemv
office their head'juarters. d.1-tf
Trad Mark.
mii
HtiSt
Siirraj's .SKfi(if!
Trade Mark.
'IheCireat Kiiyllsh
liemclv. I'osltUe
lyeure nightlosse
spnnalnrrhea, ner
vous ilfhilitv. and
all weaknei's of the
generate e orgain
(if lnfli i A A a X
Bafore Taking, price, one narkuite.AfterTaklniri
81 ; si forsS. by mall, Iree or sstage. Sold
by all druggists. I'aniphlet free to every appll
cant. Address all communications to the pro-
iirletors, the Murray Medicine Co., Kansas City,
'! 53" Sold Iu Wichita, wholesale and re
tail, byAhlnch & llrouu. 7'U-wIjr
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nEOIiTE".
i&oisnzrz:
POST
x
POST
and late health
has located at
Formerly physician and surgeon to the Louis
Mile Litv and Marine hospital,
officer of Springfield. Illinois.
No. 1!) .Main street, opposite the )ostoSlce
Special attention paid to gynecology and elec
tro-apor, olectro-iong and galt'anlc hatha
omce Hours a lo ill a
night.
v., and at
dl.Vtf
'1 KUKV & 1IUMONT,
Arrhlteeta and Sujierintendents. Onlro In
Kos' block. Wichita, Kansas. 2-lf
I. W. SMITH.
HentisT. Iigle building, Douglas aieniie,
Wichita, Kansas.
II AltlllS A HAUUIs X FIKKllAUCII,
Attorneys at Ijiw, Comnieri'Ial block, Wich
ita, Kansas.
PICKED UP ON THE CAMPUS.
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It ItEST Fnrnlslusl rooms opimsltn New
plentj of grass and
.1. ):r.NEuo.
TXIIt
jU York meat market
" j.lide.
KENT Two well fiirnisbisl rooms at
northwest comer of Kmpuria and First
street liS-lf
rpO KENT A furnished chamber; well entl-
lated : outside entrant e
Fargo express office.
Enquire
nt the
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FOUKKNT A suite or r.xnns o.r
Hank. Apply at bank.
Citizens
is-tf
rpO KENT' Furnished rooms. Kmiuire at
L southeast corner of Eniisiria aenue ami
Second stree'
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ro tt.t 1.1:
!HK SAi.K A idiaeton ; nearly now
at Cit
made
by Wayne llros , Dis?atur, Illinois, on a
aioruer. r.niuire at i.n ;arriage. iac-
Mi-tr
iHclal order. Klmuin
tory. South Main street
I tsiT Cash Henderson's bird dog; dark red
AJt color: shaggy, .n011e reluniiiig Iilmto
the New York store will be llbcrallv rewardid.
KklHtr
IOlt SAI.l-A
A? Waco stn-'t.
.Vroom, l'.-story
Kmiulreorii. .
bouse 011
"lottet.
IOK SAI.I All old established and prolllable
J? business, reutrallv locatisl ; a splendid
business chnnro; good reasons ror selling.
. Adlresi A., care Eagle office. '-tl
17H)U SALE Nine residence lots Tor sale or
1' trade : locatinl on South Market trts.t;
big bargain.
Hank.
For particulars call at Citizens
lii-u
IOIt SALVi Klet ator ; steam slicller, presses
V and .turcs and aluahle tractor land,
with twitch privileges for handling grain, prai
rie hay and lumber, at imp or the lx-st grain
' I nujlngpoluU, a thrifty and groxdng town on
1 tliriKnacoiuaui good reasons for sidling and
full particulars furnished by
X O. Jonsov,
.'4-lm Columbus, Cherokee Co., Kansas.
I7OR SALE A lot ofgiHvl second-banil furnl-
X' lure, t an at northeast corner or Topeka
aieniie ami Second trH-t
M-lt Mu
J O l)MiOV
rlt TJI.VDK A farm for city property.
A. L. Aisriv,
TT-lf Cor. Douglas and Lawrence aes.
IOUSAl.K-One or
1 Sedgwick county.
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yie cbea'st farms In
A. L Anm..
Cor. Itouglas and IjWTcnce aes
STRAYED Itoau mare lony; white hind
feet and blaze In faC4 Information leading
to Ita recover- will be sultablr rewarded by
&- 1 J A. WjitttcK
1 '
LOST
LOST Near the Ft. Scott depot on Kthintt ,
a dark cameo aleeve-bntton ; patent fasten
ing, gold aeltlnr.
warded by leading at this office;
Finder will be suitably re
' at this office : If he nrefer
he can hat e mate of oik lost T9-3
X OUT A mocilnr-blrd 1 -will pay liberally for
Li lUWtmratoMra. MTarrea'a lealdence. cor,
l' ' i'rjmtin v- aa Wrrt atreet.
itfer--.-. w . ...
SV- w
-yjfr
Lift..:
7frC
SRi.
IJob Ilurd'llu Attends Net mil 'om
tiieiirt'liictilH. tltunletlp.
Tlnj-! Wo stand 011 the UiroshoM' V.'e
land Jheiv! W:.itiiurl To bo asW in. Ufe
Isaruor! WcmeetitlioMly! llope,llUlagl,
Hnd high pui-o.o thrill our bcarti.l AVouiu
not tiarasMo tho tell that liidca the fulum
from our view. Tho future! Is licfoni us.
Thepast' Isliohind us. The present, bow etr,
slaj slight I y us. Wo do not fear it. Wo
pnsss liraroly on. Um.nnl and upwanl! Tho
hour strikes tho nooiitiilo of the world.
With resolute hands wo grasp tb
sh-ulowj on the dial, llcliind us, i
tli' school. A long wa-s, U'liiiul us the most
of it. Ik'forc us lies the world. Wo accept
it. (intt eani Hie nKMLsi!iUtics of the trust;
esis.i.ill' the tnist fund. Hut we accept
thenu lJft lonj w iU Ik tho lalmr of reform.
We bavo put our hands to tho plow, and wo
will iKvcr Usik Isitk, until v get to Canada,
whence wcma Kt Kick ill Nifetj", and ls
come lioie;a:id oniametitsiii Canadian soci
citt3". As tho j cars roll on, which thet' will pro!
abb do. wo will net er forget our nlma iili
Ur, but we will vluiko things up on tho strvel
o.u.'ltos, and If t hei-u is nil-IV-I13 pothecat
iug to Iv done. iniuirc within. Hoc U-miioro,
the world is in bad form. Vice ruli-s tins
oild. Uoikxs viivs take backsvat-s in the
convention, l.upus sits iu tho high phecs
and judge, of tlio jsvplo in the gates
w bile Agtiu okes out it precarious existeiico
111 the wool business. Our rulers wallow in
t io. Tlio tempUs of commerce are as deiu
of Hiiotos. Slistnist, guilt, and siispic
Rtnlk through tho land, nudus membra. A 11
this lias come to pa.v. while wo are. nt collcgu.
l!ut we will reform all this sort of thing now.
Not this w ivlt, lkcausc this w eek the godt
hiok dotvn from high, OlruipiK to s.v tho Uv.it
men. ext week the world holds its breath
whdo our lnso lall match ispb3txl,and wrvk
after tliat Hie sun stands still uioii the tliU-on
and tho moouiu thet ollo3' of Ajalon. whilo
w-i piny the cloJng gnmo of lawn tennis for
tlieciiampioiiship. Itut after that wo will
mount our bict-clcs aiul go forth cou-iueriu,;
mid to couijucr.
Life is an ocean! Ix-t us, then, cleanx its
Augean stables of this blighting leprosy, and
lcard this lion in tho bud, and, in the gather
ing gloom which marks tho footprints of de-cat-,
throttlj it in its cradle, prvyetite Mack
wmgs shall strike it fang ileop into tlio aoil
nf American freodom and with a Judas kii
lietrat our fondest hojios and liriglitmt
dream's into tho sand-s-n-ppt wast of thu
sirocco stricken maclstorm tlmt yawns at our
feet, waiting for some Si-lf-sacrslicuig Curtiua
to lay the ax at the root 0f thl deatlh- upas
tree that shadows all tho land with tho lurid
light of it basilisk eye, which, sirvn like,
rliarrns with its dclusivn svi, ,jjy to chill
into pulseless stona with the frorgou borror
If an ottTseer on the Hawaiian Island flop
his laborers tithiu an inch of their lives, it U
nil rijht, lwt if ho should take a short Uritt
on Sunday ho itout-1 bo moat 8vrely pun
LslKi-
J. M. 11ALDEKSTON,
Attouvbt at law, Wichita, Sedgwick county
haira Office lu Centennial Block.
STAN LEV X WALL.
A Hornets at Law, Wichita, Kansas. Office
iterCltleiis1 bank.
E. 11 KENT.,
Physician and Surgeon. Oflireoter Fuller A
Son's grocery
W. F. WALKER,
Attorney r.t Law. Office oter Kansas Na
tional bank.
IP YOU ABE GOING TO Bl. Y A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT,
Ibainoud 1'ln, Sieve liuttoiis, King, Watcher,
c haln or in fact eter thing. It will pa)
3011 to go and see
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, If neh.ia nnjtliliig jou want, you can tjtve
money by hiiyiiigorhliii- Kj-lwodoors west
of i reinont House, next lo Mederlander's land
office, 11 Doiiglns ttenue, Wichita, Kansai.
First Ark. Val. Bank!
1 870
'tlio oldest m..ney liistlliitlou In the Arkausal'
alley.
W. C WOOIIMAN,
Wa. S. WOOHMAN,
WILL. C. WOODMAN, .Ik., -
l'resldeul
Cashier
t Ca-hler
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n. c. -vtriijsoisr &c 00.,
(successors to Wilson .fc Toms,)
OF ST- LOTJIS, MISSOTEI.
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money at Sight, Commission Very Low.
a We have connectcil
REAL ESTATE.
In iltluil Ituy, Sell & Exchange Western property for hasleru, anil iic vera
(.'all on or aiirircsH
M. L. GARVER.
Mauajrer of the WkJiita Branch, WICHITA, KANSAa
OITice over T. II. Lvuch's store, Doujjlas avenue.
,
MAY
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RESIDEN
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO AM,KX Jfc TUCKKH.)
Wiolesale and Retail
GROCERS
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COUKKSrONIIKNI S :
American Ktchange Nat'l Hank, New- York
rirrt National Hank, or (1..cago, IlllnoU
Hank or Kansas City, K'.iai City, Misnmrl
L. F. MIKItWOOO,
Dentist. Oilicelu Ferrrll Ilulldlngoiipotlle
IHitlolllce, Main street, Wichita, hansax.
Teeth extracted wlllioiit m'.n by nltlo oxide
sag.
.1. .1. cmsT,
Architect ami Suierintendent. ?lre, Klull
Werner' block, Douglas avenue, hetw'een To
lekaateiiua and Lawrence St., Wichita, Kan
J. l. IICVSTOV, v. ye. UlNTLKV
HOL'SION A 1IK.NTLKV,
Attoineva at Ijiw ORice oter Kauua Na
tional bau. Wichita. Kan.
STO VKIt A llACin KL,
(Vnitrartori andbullderM.oii First street, west
of County building.
.J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at Ijiw, Wichita, Kansas.
k o i:ut;ci.ia,
Attornet-at-latv. Otlice oter No. - Main
street, Wlchilx, K.iiisaa. W-
O. II KlltK,
Atlornevat Ijiw K00111 No. 'S, I? S. Ijind
otlice building, Wichita, Kansas.
.1 C. HKUUINC,
CUII Kngineerand Ileal KstateAgeut. Tem
ple block near rostoulee, Wichita. Kainsu.
DK..I.C DKAN.
DrVTInT. Koomn in Field bulldlug. Main
street, oi)lle llardlug A r Islier'a. li-.'l-
DU. W L. DOVLK, "
Office over ltrlle A Son's drug
D.VT1T.
tore. Centennial block. Wichita
41-
J McNIF.LTAYLOK, M. II.,
Tender Ida professional vertices to the eo
jile or the city and surrounding country, A
siM-clalty of cancer, hemorrhoid, (pile), dtu
lain ami, feterore, sore legs, etc. In these
cases a cute Is Insured. Jtesldenre at Kennedy
House, on Fourth avenue, south of Douglas
avenue. Consultation free. CJ-lm
K. MATTHF.W.S.
Dentist. Office in Temple block.
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W. COL1.1M5S,
COLLlNii
UOll T
.V ri.VTT,
Attornejs at Ijiw. Will practice In ls.tli state
and Fwleral courts. Oltice ill Temple block.
Main streot, second stairway north of "ot
otlice, Wlcblla, Kansas.
nOGEKS.
The Photographer. Iictureslu all sites and
sttles. He also carries the finest assortment
of picture frames In the city. Give him a
friendly call and ei amine samples. d-i-tr
It. WEEKS,
Architect and superintendent. Office oppo
site Occidental Hotel, Main street, Wichita
3!-lm.
RIVERSIDE PARK
Are no occupjinji; our
New Commodious Bank liuildiug
No. 33 Main Street.
Do a General Banting Business
in all Its modern functions.
Loan Money in Any Amount
On all satisfactory collateral real. ir-..,nl
or chattel and accommodate the borrower
with time from one day to lite tears
K3 elt tickets by the fastest and s.iTest lines
or steamers tn the world, to or inon all prlncl
pal Ktiro)ean iorts, tia North Ceruian Llo)d
or Cunard lines.
In the organization or the First Arkansas
Valley Hank, or WlchlLi, Kansas, we invoke
neither directors, stockholders or braiuhes,
nor do we deal In puts, margins or outside
Issues. Our labors are strirtlt lo Hie measure
of Its legitimate success
For Its prudent manageimnt weare Indhldn
allv responsible.
For the protection of etery ileisltr i
pledged the last dollar of our fortune.
Greeting with many thanks our numerous old
rrlends, whose patronage, with our enhanced
facilities, wo shall be haiinr tn lncrre.nd
kindly such or the general jubllcas may desire
to avail themselves thereol, and our judgment
and convenience may see prudent to accept, we
are resiiectfullT tonrs.
W. I WOODMAN A SON
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And Everybody will want to ride ; You can get your
Buggy and be ready by calling at
Cooper's Stables,
Buying a Buggy at any price, from $50 to $250, for the
next 30 days.
J. L. COOPER, Prop.
A.
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H0LL0WELL & D0ANE
Ah lo llic front with the Latest, Xoiitoit, Xobliiist ami Clieapi'-I line it
CIvOTHING!
"r3r.A.TS, OA.TS &c JP'ZJTi,lrXSJ3.XlrO GOODS
Aidrich & Brown,
Wholesale Druggists.
Goods at Kansas City Prices.
$ -?.
Main Street,
Wichita. Kansas
PECKHAM.& HELLAR,
VT jLvv. 'VwXZvXvso oi'i'usiTK rosTorricaL
WE HAVE THREE DELIVERY WACONS.
zi-'M
CJOOJXS DKLIVKRE) IMMtiDIATKLV 0?i UJtDEK.
X3ZT thb city.
OoiiI.is Avimihc, liftuccii Smytli-. inl Wallare's lniili'iiii'iit Hhiisph.
--F. W.SWAB!--
.IIK'O.s.lOK TO V. T ,'KM N )
MEROHAHT TjfiLlXiOK;!
Kt'pi n lianil (Inn fjoiiiN of tin; latest hl lcK. The luri.t ulnek iu llio
rily. .Satist'iK'tiuii (,'ii:iraii(ci'l. No (roiihle to show j;ooiN. (.'nil niul tire inc.
I-tr flrit Door North f Umntr llulldl-
JOHN DAVIDSON,
IUK
Pioneer Lumber Man
-lr SPITll,K ClHIsITJ.
kstai:lisiii:i) in i.iTii.
HE PLACE FOR FUN!
Admission Free.
Boatine, Bathinr, and all
-il irmWi 1 aorta of AquaUc 8;
3" -s-srtJ; on ike RlTar
filfKfl OX THE TRACK.
(Beat In the State.)
' and
I porta
Lake
MuTT-Go-UonnJi. Swiozi, Croqntt, Gyma
slt. OuoiU, aJ uthrr irU la U (TOT.
Tsrpticliomui xpru prucooBO tiw dudaf
OaUbna the best tar crer taook afootoa.
Hnt-dass nllakattt sUdJ. Ceatc mrj.
botlyaadkaTtapaoaUaM. C-M
:1-ML.-Aif-vS?C's?i8;
SMwfi4 -eiQfcJL T
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A Ccmplcto Sbcb of Fine Lzistcr.
SIIINCiLKS,
I, ATI I,
DOUUS,
SASIIjAc.
slwsj-s on had
Cf Of.ee ! Yeti on Mtrlrt Stmt. Miter
ItoteUi Aretmt rf ftrtt Street. 4--tl
AUCTION!
Dlly s1m from 1 a m. U3p m or
Horses & Mules, Wagons & Buegies,
Harness & Saddles,
Scnght and Sold On Ccti' m
Country Sales a Specialty.
Everything Sold GoarantM m
Represented.
HILLS HBi: t: XCLi: Al
U "P Ava. w, at W
X.V. -
EXTOISI
Coal Yards.
83
TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS.
OLTVEK BROS.
LUMBER DEALERS.
Wichita, - Kansas
Brawl. Yards al
Winfield, Wellington,
Garden Plain & Harpe .
W. L. McBee,
SEDGWICK COUNTY
Abstracter,
Alxtixriiortlllf ennillnl em abort ootir.
Fire, Life ail Ttnaii ImraiK.
ucxAiovms
CDXTRACWI, AtCWTICT ill r41l!
Sfaou octKMlte Uw OuiJillll Kiel. tmztik'
t sood aateal aad wacfca attaaanakl rate.
naaa aa aMMeaae
Btmtmmmm
Frooman & Peckham,
Staple- & Fancy Groceries
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Etc.
IligliCMi t.ii price paid for prod tiro. More goods oId for tho nine
money limn by any other linn in the city. Cood delivoied prompt! to any
pari of the city. (JJT South Hide of Douglas avenue, 'Ihird dooi wet o
Main Street, Vichita, Kansas. 4-tf
Exton's Corn Mills.
FineGroDDHBoMCoriiMeal.
Oround Corn and Oata.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
Ofdr r filled protaf-tlf
Offic.
Telrf boD to Kafca Coal
t(
ION ARNOLD
SOLK AGENT FOK
Steinway & Sona.,Conover Bros,
and J. & C. Fischer
v. 4LW sU av
PIANOS
koi:
Marlon, rtrj, $AxMl Snmnrr, tAfnXrj,
lao rUer, l'.arton ml Fori eoostir
I will fcfll t w Tort pricrt ferrli,erl
staIlm9U ; sJni trfclf for eld i4ask nJ or
fitts. Kajrrs cannot wtll afford tapnrcbu
tlmbm without rtwjolrtn mjr terms Cor.
Trvptmdou MUdtrl. For etaJo(rn, tc ,
jXrif IOS AUXftUi.
H-tf OcdIcBtal Hot-1. 'Iftila. Kansas.
m
E"2"-E3, E.A.S
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SUWICAL INSTITtiTE.
j, w T.J,-',-sj-!"P.i .2. 'nSk--J?, ' ,i:l. Si
... .. &$?&;' kJsfzW'jm
rlirirj rJvg&Jzi i-sT'T 5f
naaa aaa aMMeaaeae laaasM ea aaa
jmftMi
Jgm"f IttUtttmir n " "1 tlti t -i i t imlMiriniifflMirri
EPXaALTIES:
Cycs, Us, Threat. Catarrh, Cars,
Surgery and Deformities.
32. TT. 2WITTTTSEX.I:, 2xT. U.,
ProprUrtor aad Sorreoa la CJutrs.
SSXorti XaiaScrMt
P S. Cxtarrbof taeXtwe.tlmat aaJ Kn
carwIVr a mlW aad nr tr will tit
riif at oo Corw rmriot aad r-
trIerflkcarn6(aHMTtaarBl IaJos Usr
BHaaarkaa rritm I trraUMtt of VU
km, usa uiauiM,iia-
rfmti aad i in iar caaaa,-.
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G-reiffenstein's
7th and 8th Additions
IliU Is Hi moat ilmiraMx r'aiilontx i-roirtjr
In tlK-rltjr
PriceB Low. Terms Eany.
.A.."siiriTs:.
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
l:r-lilr,f on l.airrra. Atiiu. crarOotrrl
ATfniif I'Art.Olsr ltJ rt tf
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST BLOCK WF.ST U TKUIONT IIOUSIU
SO .V i-1 l)oiilni A.e U jrbila Ko
Killeen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam Si Gas
Fitterj.
flu fiifsru. 'iriai HtiK k ifodbfai a
Sfii!tj. Eitasilfi Fnraji'i
F. P. "COUCH,"
FRESCO PAINTER.
WICHITA. XAMSAH.
CJ-Cllor nHri-M at riUBtl.
Nt
H. R. CAMP,
IiKAI.KIt IN
Waitfcfv, JfWflry Silvrrwarr
Al- .rxtU (Art f,r ta-r I.'I(. -U
Wtci lionrMf , X3" Tw !- nX ut t
VIP-y lixv l-alft ai 2Gi
ECX33C &c W3SILS.
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HIBARQ-EE BROS,
(XiinT.ii,r u W. h. OjrUtt )
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS.
No. V7 MAIN STUKKT. WICHITA, KANSAH.
COFFEES, TEAS A2ST3D EISTCY
aBOCERIES.
I-RESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Largest Assortment of Fine DrUd Fniits in the City.
CttUfitruftt Canned (hxuli of all kimlt, Vartujnn Axle (trtmr, Mttchwt Oil,
frtu Seeilt, Etc., Etc
Our al-n ! to t.ji nrit.'ilnx in our llu. an-l hat Ilr.t-rUM, aal t- !; fytl
gU lnt tbry arr Cixinlry ami rllr trvl xillrltxl. All r'"! tHfril prwptljf toaur
l.artot tho rlt r.
HIBAKEB OB-ROB
P1. KOSS
Furniture & Carpel Emporium!
THE LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES
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Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
WI1TD0W CEA2ZS. SHALZ nZTTB,
Lambrequin Poles Cornices Mouldings. Mirrors, ChilcfrensL
Carnages, Etc.
Loss Block, eppodto Pcstcffise, - - 15 aad 17 !
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H. F. IFRIElSnD & CO.
LANDS & LOAN S
If you (tIrr; Ut buy, wll or r:idMf r-al ilali: of at;) kjtj, or Iniftvw
or Uibii money on ! rMrtr HisliU, jfiT u call. Yit- hsrr thty Ix-
farilltic for our ltiSn. frri-;(!r-r uAUUft.
OrrtVK, VSi toutbin lrur,
Wi?h,t,t, A'aumf
H. W. KENDLE,
TETXZB.Ji.-L TXCREftTO
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