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adeerthemenl telen for lettlhanljcentt.
"WrANTED-IlvaKlrl.agood place to work
V In a private family; vases preferred
9"i.00pemeck: can come well recommended.
Inquire at southeast corucmf ToixAa arc. and
Oak t,t. km.
"TT"AKTED A hitnatlon by a shorthand
TT 'wnurondliookkci'pcr, at either or both
employments. Address John Bronn, Erie,
"TASTED lira Rcntleman, a nlceplcafant
room, wun orwmion; uoaru.
hoaec. -A (Jiambermaid at the Tremont
"WTAKl ED l'artietodry peaches on uliarta ;
f t peaches farnlilied at irlilta
John Hvrov, t3 liougias ave
WAN1ED I.and-bntrR to know that we
hne forsUeall tiio beet lands near Gar
Tatluu & 1'lhB.
"rAXTED !y a yonnj? man, board in a prl
V vate houfco ; one w here no other board
ers are kept prtferred Address J G. P. box
for one larce fnrm
I v uorse ;
; also one medium-sized hor.-e and
twoponlea. all centle: will trade for Kecond-
banu organs, pianos, or for town lots. Call at
' Temple of Music, oi jioslto jiostoffice 73-tf
"ITTANTEIJ A rood washer and ironer at Dr.
It McCoy's, Lawrence auuup, north (
T" T" WTt'lUlrn inniifr tnnn cTtflfltlnn In nn
V ottieo or store ; cixol city refeiences
be&t the will be ehen. Enqnlru at this ofllcc
"il fH will trade town lots for a cood team
I V Wichita I.Ami .V Loan Co.
1 TE ba e n erv line reslden
ery line residence in one of the
? best locutions in the city
sin me city 10 iraue lor a
M ICIIITA I.ANU A 1OAN Co.
TIT'ASTED I'ortics winhlnR to purchase lire
?T residence lots of from one to lle acres
to please call at
tf Wichita I.am A Loan Co.
trade a cood farm for city
W ICIIITA J.OAS A I.AI Cu
TT"ANT ED A cood cirl to do ceneral house
tT wori in small lamuy. .MUat come wen
Wages feljicr cok.
"17"AXTED A uood cirl to do gmcral hons-
t T w ork
es 8" (Ki.
J O. IlAllDWN,
Cor Tajiska and Second st
AITAXIED Everybody to know thntue liae
V for sale come of the best lands In Sedc-
wick county, and nro
rale of ton n propertv
dcalinc. Che una "call
prepanni to negotiate
Jur mono is tquare
.T)-ni PiucIlitO'i A Dash,
Ileal estate agents, tioddard, Kansas
"T'AJTED Ecronn who wants to buy,
T sill, rLnt or trade lots In the tounol
Godddard, or farms In Sedgwick county, to call
onl'jlellros A llisli, real estate agents, God
dard, ICana. S-S-.Tm
I7"AXTED Eand-biiycrs to know that it is
,U to their interest to go to Garden Plain
rnl Estata A jency to buy lands.
d-S-tf TAYLOn A PlKK.
"I7"AXaED-Ewrybody in this town to bin
f buggies of .1 J. Cooper at Cooper'n
stable, where they can buy them at from ai to
10 per cent less than of any other house In the
w est. ,V)-tf
'A'lr'AXTI.T) Ecrjl)ody to know that 1 am
TT now selling my 9 lol buggies at $1J0 and
my 8 HO buggies at Sl.a, to close out,
ai-tf ' I'Coorm.
"IIY"AX1ED To know e crj body who ants
TT to buy, sell, rent, or trade lots in WiUi
Itn, or farms In Kansas, for propcity In otiier
dales. Gitemeacall and get or leae descrip
tion of property at E. A. Keimnn's Land Ex
ITANTLII Fifty tecond-baud sewing-ma-1
T chints, 12 fccond-hnnd organs, mid lle
econd-handpinnos; tire wanted at the 'lemplc
of Music, fipposltp tlie liostolllco, before Septem
ber Kt. Call nntl nqulrc for terms at the I no
pi of Music co-tr
jo it itnsr
ITOKIIKKI Vlionscon Market st , between
" Third st. and Central a e
so-fi Aiifc Smith
riO KEST A finely furnished parlor to man
A nud wife; lth or wltuont board ; near
business part ofrlix ; home comforts
Address.). U , lixkbox 1!!
-llniianwltli clx mnni, nml lintl.
J." room; Wnterst , ono block southof Douc
los me Enquire at Hill's horse and mule
FOU Kl-Xl Forty-eight acres of new break,
lug, 'Jt, miles northeast of the citv; also
from 'w to luo acres of good grass on same quar
ter lor sale Enquire of lie .1 lUller. cor
First and l.mpona. bV(
?Ht f LI.--A 1 ttiwny Tosewood piano,
nlmast new. Annlyto Mrs. larletou. on
Central n c , bet Fourth and Emporia. KV-G
rill) UI1XT For ca.h, an nil llrst-bottom
A farm . for the ear 1 S5 liu acres of plow
laid, good house ot four rooms, good stable for
six horses, and corn-rrib lor 2,uo0 bushels of
corn ten acrctln pasture and twenty acres of
good grass lsiin iu.nl S3 mi per acre lor tnc
iiiow land Call on Dr
i.4 .South ater street.
'po LET Two furnished rooms, cor
1 hi. Biui 1 miona av
D11 U Matiikwh
17OU KENT 1 anted.
L1 ranch of S.li acres i
a renter for a stock
well lenceil ami run-
A. L. AisriN,
r Douglas and Lawrence Ate-
OIJ ItlAT Furnished rooms opiiosltcXew
X York meat market
dei ty of grass and
rpo KENT Two well furnlsliel rooms at
L northwest comer of Empjrla nud tlrst
TO 1IEXT A furnished chamber ; well venti
lated ; outside tntrame. Enquire nt the
Fargo ciprcss oBlce
IOltllKXT A sulteof rooms oter Citirens
1 Jlank. Applj nt bank. 3-i-tf
'() I1EST Funii-lied rooms. Enquire at
southeast corner of Emporia avenue nnd
becond strw C7-tf
J70It I1EXT Furnished room 0.1 Lawrence
" no , near Second; gentlemen preferreil.
Inquire of Caldwell A Mrong. i0-6
Forthenext ."ndavs, an ice-cream
imrlor. rentrally located, with nil the flv-
tnres nud n stuck of contectlonerj nnd cigars s
n bargain will l-cciu-n in this sale.
Douglas nU'ime, next ti Golden ltnle
r70K SAI.I-Two 40-horsH-pow er, portable
' steam boiler ; 1G leet long, 50 two-inch
flues in each, large Cre-boxes, locomoth c pat
terns bae ben used very little; Jnit as cood
as new Inquire at Waterworks oihee. Main
stnet II 11 Eiioioton.
Mipt S V Co
August S7th, lsI. W-0-3-1
IT'OK bALi A good buggj and family horse :
" also a line half .Icrsc) cow Apply t Jhii
"-mltU's, North Main 6t. M1
1OI5 KENT A furnished room at southwest
" corner or Market and Grcenway st. Ad
dress box -', city M-
1701: SALK-A lot of nice household furniture
JP Enquire of Dr Hugh bmlth, at Tremont
T7OH SVLE A phaeton ; nearlvnaw; made
X b Wajno llros , Decatur. Illinois, ma
special order Kr.qnire at City Carriage, fac
tory, fcouth Main street. Mi-tf
"I70lt SAIJt An old established and profitable
X nnsincfcS, ceniraiiy iocatei ; a pirnuiu
bnslnejis chance; good reasons
Address A. , care fcagle otttce.
Ij'OlI b ALU XI iip residence lots for sale or
J ' trado ; located on South Market street :
For particulars call at Citiiens
'COKSALK A lotofgivdsecond-liand furni-
X lure Crill at nortbiast corner of Topcka
avenue and econd street
--tr iln J O IAirov.
JTiOlt TILVDK A farm for city projicrlv.
" A. L Al-sriv,
xr. j'ongtas auu l-awrenoc aves.
the chcinc.it farms In
; hedgvilck county A L Ausnv,
vui j'vu,nw ami inivum ati'9
STKAYi:D Koan marc pony; wlilto hind
feet nnd blaze In face Information leadlBg
to Its recover) will besultablv rewarded by
SS- J A. WjUiACK.
LOST Four keys on rings I'leae leave at
Eagle office, or at Atkinson's paint shop
on Douglas avenuo.
QTItAYKD OK STOLKK From West Wichita,
O on the night of August Stth, one dark
brown or black mare; 7 j ears old, about U
hands, weighs abint :)0 Ifcs : both fetlock joints
larger man n-uai, ana a lime Knee-sprung;
an one returning, or giving information where
aald animal may be round, will be llbcralir ro-
.warded. Address Hobert I. Moore, Wichita,
THIS SPACE BELONGS
Real Estate Firm!
(Jo to thrm for Largalna. They drive ltnlr
own teams, keep jrood carrlacfs, and show
their property cheerfully, and ihey Fell it too.
& Pay Taxes.
do a flr-it-c lhts (no onrijuloiic) liiml-
53" Ollire over HsrJing A Mrlirr'4 liook
lnre. Main Mreet, Wlrhlic, Kmhsoj. le-lm
J. A. STEDMAW
General Insurance Agent.
Firo, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE 100 DOUGLAS AVENUE,
Over I'.nrne Drug Store
Largest Agency in the Valley.
W. G. 1IACKEK
L C. JACKSON
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Itetall Uealcrs In
And all Kinds or
Stono, Lime, Cement, and Hair.
Ft. Scott Flagging,
Grey & Blue Stone.
Ofllceat rtig Ited Scales,
South SI de.Near Depot.
ra, Douglas Ae.,
B. KI. BBOWlSr.
Douglas Avenue, - Wichita, Ivnu-is
Fresh ' Oysters !
Call at the Ice-cream and Oyster Parlor, 4C
Main street, or A. It. Core for the pnrejt Ice
cream and line brands of the best
"Baltimore Fresh Oysters !
lam the only dealer iu the city that gets Fnsh
Oysters from Baltimore. Oysters served In
any style The purest Soda Water in the city
No. 46 Main St,
I F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Hunting ouifiu rented on rexciuble lenni.
CORNER FIRSTS. MA1X. WICHI TA,
V E I T E It
J! O F F
HIW. E I
T E U
PCKK CLEAK CI.E.VX ICK.
August D. Rcht,.
Carpenter & Builder.
Cf OsaoatU the Gnaab Groetrr. bear onr-
' Ker or jaaisK ssran. .
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A TRAINED FLY,
Who Is Thoughtful Enough to Wak
His Master Every Korning.
A Bar-Keeper's Tale of Dluolate aud
Abandoned Blnc-Bottlc Tlio
Bed-Faced Fat Plan's 3faf
The tlocr cf tLo saloon wes n marble one,
Into wliich tbo day's dropping of beer and
Uo:.'iyi froth ccul J rut soak. Milliom
of flies staggered over it vntU wide-open
ruoutlis nud lrnnk tbo stfeky fluid. Thou
sai.tls (A. fiiai, with a drunken buzz in their
w isigS circled tffslly at a height of about two
luclife? nfcov o it, and strove in vain to get a
htt'e higher nundred-jof otiier llies lay on
their bicks in the corccre, with theirlegi
e'.i h t w n ing dehriou'ly in the air or folded
'hsip'.y acnbi thsir stornsch'j. They wero
Uetpm a dninken s.lc;p from which thev
iul 1 r.e er awaLe.
After the bartender, the P3-ster-opei.'cr, and
their customers liad coctcmplatod the awful
tight long enough to take warning from it,
the bartender remarked: Whn lt'9 quiet
hero you ccn h-nr all theui live fiie-s nickin'
ber sounds lii.0 a man goin' Tor the last
drop iu an empty lemonada glass. Then I've
heard them drunken files wionn' liko tramps
iu nn alley. Jiw t it wasn't for tlio wious
practices of them bum flies Ullin' em, tht-y'd
drive us ouf
"I do not like to hear such talk about flies,"
raid a man who hal been imbibing beer by
himself at one tad of the bar. "-I liavea
littlo fly or nry ov.n nt homo that X lovo."
EveryboJy turned and looked ot tho
speaker. He was a very fat man, with a red
f ace and a bla-k thin b-atd. Iio wore nn
imitation tcer-sucker coat, which wus cpsn
ocro-A a vast cxp.mso cf limp thiit besom,
"Give the gentleman a pint of tlem largo
blue-lottl!, Gecrgo," said the bartender,
sarcasti ally, to the vyt t:r-orner. The fat
man nlpjd the rrrj iration inroUfl by eight
glasses of imported Kaiser from hii forehead
and calmly continue.!:
"1 am from Fmnltford.''
"That settles it!" said tlio bartender, w l.o
immediately li"gan to v ipo g'a-scs nnd ap
peared to loiie all mtrest ia ths fat man's
narrative. Th latter pa'd no nttration t
the slight, tut went en:
"I do not want a pint of dissolute biuc-liot-tles.
I only nllow one fly in my room. Ho
i? a temperate fly. lie Ins to be. Attention
to his duties demand it. He is a trained 2y."
'Trniueil for wliat.'' asked a Seventh ward
1 olitician; '-pionntr playiuT
'Xo;tnined to walajmoup in the mora
4 Slior said the bartender, w if h Ivavakercll
"It is a fact," said tho Fmnkford man. "I
have been ths v ictim of over-sleeping ell my
life. I lost n position as conductor en the
Perns Ivanla railroad because I never could
ake up in tims to tako an early train out.
I also lot tho hand and pro-pccLs of n
wealth- farmer's daughter becausa I didn't
wdloupln time to bo married, nnd eo di
fraceilthe girl by not appearing at the
eliuicli. I have tried nil remedies, even to
sitting up nil night I expri-ssly picked out
my present ljoarding-house becauso the land- I
lidysaid thatsli" hnda chambermaid win j
isuM rcmemlcr to wake up the Ixiarder!.
Thi-, of course, was untnie. I tried an alnrm
clock once. Atl-r the first morning it di ln 1
plnzo me. j
'Ijist niinum I fonnd thi-t fly. I call him
Dicky v Ho was a poor, stnt ved, frore littls j
morsJ. lyiug more tlnn Ijlf dead rn tlr
win!ow-s.U of my bonrding-Lou.'o dinii-g (
nc m I laid a drop of hot scup Lesidu him 1
ontaohiiu lie gave a grateiiiil buzz and
ate h! way through tho iup. Tcr after
that liflv r.nd lrcboJ a(To:ticmtely on
my iitso at meal time, nnd instead of helping
bimseir lrom my plate vvni(l fi r mo to feed '
"I I egan to realize, that tho sigular
tellignico nni io 'ularity of tlin
pio hni U be llio cure for my
i.e I took bun to my room aid imprisoned
h'm, without food, for a day in a bottle.
When it grew dark I took tho cork out nnd
left him free to conn out as soon as da light
cam. I rolied en hu Langorto drive. Mm to
135 for fooJ. I was r ght In tin morning
I grow dimly conscious of nn unusual noise.
It soumU-1 like a faroT saw milL Fint I
heanl it iu one ear then in tho other. It balf
uwakmeduie. Then I felt a ti:l.lingseni
tion on my ikx- I was about tn let out a
terriCc slap tew rd tlio sensatio 1 r.fce.i I re
iromlkTOul 1.1 11 I at otce dresseil and
vtojt to Lr a rfa t wlt'i LI'n.
"I w as o o Z'K ok Tho rcxt day, howe or,
was a di-.ap;Kmlm iiw Dicky 1 a i s- gorged
himself nit t his fa.t that ho too (nerslept
iuniv.lf. pna I starv'el him Agai 1 ho
awakeielm- lln- 1 .ing kept tip. 1 week.
Only o 1 a t r ipt' d-is vr uM he walcn mo
up AtfKMiiln Uatlii.oh Inl mterol
hit my scl em, and since then he has ne er
mhiod a d i, . 'o nri-pins soon as daylight
entor the ro m Ty a simple but ingenious
doiicollaio 1'iel my window-hndcj to
that it co'io. 111 just vlrn I wrnt it You
Tne niru fnvn J'n luMrJ t r.iel Eiery
b( btdli t oniibieifp th" InrfeiiJcr,
wl o was sin 1. iv licUi 1 1 1 o bar
i!iu!bje"'a4 lb' J':rikfi rl mm; "I
111 s i-iny i""m- logiic Dicky in scpr."
MUSOUITO AND FLY.
Comparative nidcrciicc Hcttrecn
Tlie miisquito lias Leen nround for som 1
time and lias been getting bis work in ac
cording to tlio old plan which is Reneraliy un
derstood. The fly was a littlo behind hand,
but he, too, has come, and an. additional in
terest hax bec:i excited in many quarters.
Vcrhnjis it av ails nothing; to philor-ophizo ot ci
the habits of tlio mus-mito and tho fly, and
yet then? is somo consolation in knowing that
strength and iiticneo nro ablo to iriv$
long enough to permit a fellow traveler to
express his mind alxnit them. It is so much
moi e comfortable to live liejond 11 time,
nndhavohojiesof aiKtter liyand by, than
it is lebe chevied up nil nt onre by wild
beasts or tramped upon bv cvm a sacreil
white elephant that, in tho calm of one's own
sun ival rellecUon is very Mveet. And n
gooil ojiinrtunityisaffoi-ile-l forcmnnientnud
v riticism jut as one juste-, from tliegrip cf a
musquito into tiio presenco of n jiersi.tent flv
reopio complain nlionttito intisquito, and
will khuii summer reort3ns n jutileiin If
tlicro is tiio "lighlest suspicion that thU insert
t. to bo among tho i-itort; but, nfl.r all, the
muwimto Las jxiints of character which an?
on n par wilh some of the highest human ex
cei!("ieN Ho ktioro. when lie lias gut
enough! Kight here is a world wilo len
to races of men who weight themselves down
with uiniccesharr rare an 1 dl In ninny casos
in lui'itic asylums becnus? tliey are not wie
ihougli tn let (ji w hen they hav 0 got all thoy
nre cutitleil to. It niav bo natural to fret
ovtra inuajniio, but when hw remarknhlo
s no of self-suilicicncy is considered he ought
to have ensiit for liLs virtues, while be is
condemned for his iiurvrfections. The worst
tliii-g about hint u his hesitation regarding
Kitioit, which nlvvajs makn3 3t uscrrtaui
w hvtlier he is where he is or iorr.evvhere elsti;
but c ond this, when Lo lias fixed in his own
mmd the exact point of hU destination, he
1ms n definite object in view and can bo de
lciulcd uion to satisfy him.seif no-I go.
Hut the fly Is nnother tiling; you cannot
satlsf j- him. He never knows w hat ho wants,
but always wants something. There is only
one exception to this rale of his life. In tho
early morning, after a good night's rest, ho
crave-, ear; that is tlie only- tiroo when he
j-ecms to have a conviction which amounts
to a mania Ho will go for on cor whenever
ho sees one and if ho is dm en off lie never
gets so far away but that he can hit the same
placo within the 1003th part of aa ineh inside
of four second, and every time ho quits on
car on compnUion he makes lt-a point to gain
tune in arriving Lack. And tho cunning cuss 1
. has shrewdness enough to travel alone on
I' these unne exctirsioui II8 doesn't want j
any delisting tocictr along with him; no .
committee on resolutions, no words wonted ,
whole situation, orgonusd and equipped for a
; single jiarado cround. Ho ssssns to know '
that if ho traveled in company there woald
ho defensive works established oa cv try car,
and in tho crowd of asailonis he might kto
his precious Ie; but going alone bo has a
hundred chances to one against tho ear and
all the poTOT that, can be ralUod to defend j
There may bo n difTerence of opinion on
this subject, but the best authorities, such ax
George Wright on The Fly,'" and others,
unite m saying tiat the musquito has moral
qualities wlncli are worth studying, whila the
fly rios-esse scatvly any points wortiy of a
hirh moral lesson.
I One Donblo uslit.
biugusta (Ga.1 Xewl
A puzife is going Uw rounds in Augusta
wfacJi U aliout as tmcxrtalu as tlio fifteen
jpuaki. "A bet k iimJi, lietwi-cn two
SKSarBS ttet the Stmt hswo'oad club, of
Cateaftvt, maUgsiH'tttc rims made by
C' tho camo stooij
Sjir, lj Area-M,.
-10:110 nt im
may uord K--
trrangle of polMa
J. S. SMITH & CO.,
Mattress-makers and General
Carpet sewing and layings specially. Win
dow shades trimmed and mounted. Old mat
tresses and furniture made. over, equal to new,
at t, small expense, eastern prices being dnpli
catcd In everything Twenty-five years' exper
ience. 79 Main street. 73-tf
DR. E H. YOST,
I'EACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
PIrst Door North of Postofflce.
"Good morning. Deacon ; you walk oa" as
spry as a boy, for all you are so old."
"Why, Uwbleas yon, I can't help It; lean
see so well with mj new siectacles it appears
to )ut new life in me. I actually feel twenty
years younger, and I have had them only a
short time. You see, I did lot buy when Dr.
Yost llrst came to ichita : I thought I would
Jut wait and let soins others try. I had paid
out so inucn money lor spectacles, nnu my ejes
were gelling jioorer ami iioorer an 1110 lime,
that 1 had about despaired of ever gelling any
thing that would stay the dreadful loos of tight.
Hut when I came to see and talk with my neigh
bors, and with Tieoide from other tiarts of the
country who had ucd Dr. Yost's improved
lenses coraeoi mem ior jeare;, 1 coriciuueo 1
would try It onie more, aud I am frank to con
fess they" are far ahead of my expectations.
(Hi, ei, it's a hard country on eyaight. All
this western nralrle country Is much harder on
on the eyes than th" eastern states, nnd come to
Iiiliikoi 11. II 13 as mnrii 011101 pisceioiryio
use tlieoldelileofsi-ectacles here In Kansas as
it would be to try to farm with theoldstjleof
ranying 1001s auu.sir, 1 nou'i nesiiaie 10 say
that the mau that wont go to Dr. Yo.t and be
fitted with a patrol his improveil Ieuses ought
to have his sell-binder and improved plows
tnken Iroinhlm, and ha compelled to cut lib
grain with the old hand akkle and plow with
ihe woodeu-mouIdlKisrd plow "
It Is Jn-t as iniwrtnnt to mo Improvol lenses
properly fitted, in order to fao tyesight, halt
is to nse the self-binder to nave grain in this
No use talking, nothing short of Dr. Yost's
improved spectacles wUlsste the Won in this
day and ago.
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors & Builders
BRICK AND STONE!--
I'nrties desirirg siiiewnlk of tVlnlield llag
ging of all tires will do well to tall .nud get
prices. I4-.H e orders at IV. I'. Sum's ndlce on
Lawrence ave , southof Douglas ave. d-5-tt
Grain and Produce Commission
Chicago market reiorta received every fifteen
mluutis from 0u a. m. to 2.31 y it. oac
under Citizens Hank. H ichita, ICanas. Dejl
ers ingrain and pioduce Invited to mike my
ouice their headqurrters. d-3-tl
Murrajs ' Sj ecific
fr I Ti-nilc licit.
Tho Great Knclish
ly cures night lo"es
vous df 1)111 ty. and
all Wfakues of Ihe
nf Imlh unx fa I
Before TaUn?. Pi.ce. one 1 ackaue.AfterTaklnr-
SI ; six for i5. by mail, free of j'ostasc. Sold
bj all druggists. Pnuiplilet free to cvervappli
runt Addri.- hII CuiiirnntileMlInnd t, tli iii-n.
nfTK-into-sr Iprlitors. the Murray Medicine t-o., Kansas I it v,
, '-, , " . pro t3" 0'd in ichita, wholesale and re-fstalrlccpi-
IF TOTJ AKE GOING TO III Y A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond Pin, Sieve l.nttons, King, 7ntchc,
Chain or In fact everything, it will ray
you to go and sec
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, if nehnji&nTtliliigyou want, you can ave'
moniy bvliiivingol him- 53-lwo doors west
of 'J irmont lloiie, uet to Nlederlnniler's land
office, 11 Douglas tveuue, Vt ichita, Kansas.
First Ark Val. Bank!
The oldejt money
Institution in the Arkansas
V, C WOODMAN,
Wji. S. WOODMAI.,
ifll.I. C. WOODHAN.Jlt
American Exchange Nat'l Pank, New Voik
! ir-l atiouai Hank, of Qncagii, Illinois
litukof Kansiis City, Kr.nas tit), JlieMiuri
Are non occupvlng onr
New foRiniodious Bank
No. 33 Main Street
Bo a' General BantiDi Business
In all its modern functions
Loan Money in Any Amount
On all fsti-fsctory collaterals real, pers....al
or chittel and accommodate the iK.rower
with tlino from one daj to five yeirs
ITT- bell tickets bv- the fnetet and s ifet lines
of steamers in the world, to or from all princi
pal Kunir.in ports, via North Cermtn l.Iovd
or Cimanl lines
In the organization of the Hr.t Arkaaus
Valley BniiL. of HlrlilU. hantat. we Invoke
neltlier dirertors, et'cwholders or lirnch-s,
nor do we dial in puts, mr."in or uitnlde
Uues. Our labors nrettrictlv to the measure
of its legitimate nieces-
Fur Its prmleHl management we are Individu
For the protection of every depositor is
pledged the lait dollar or our fortune
tirerlt gwlth many thinks our nuiuemi. obi
friends, miiu-c patnmage, with our enhanced
facilities, we shall lie hap y to Incieaae. and
kindly such of the general j uolic as may dfidre
to avail themselves theror, and onr judgment
and convenience may ste prudent to accept, we
are respectfully jours,
W. C. WOODMAN A SOX.
Pioneer Lumber Man
Or Ssnowicx OflHsSr .
KSTAKU.SHSU V- TiK
Sto:-: sf Hnc- Lrmttr.
tvruys ou JkaniS-
23 0 iuf IVrrf e Xeit'J Street, tthren
IArj J jtrr-i euJ rtnt Str"el. t-U
E Hoffinaster & Son
"Will otea Oct ia a few days with the
, Largest Stoct of Boots & Shoes
In the West
Prices That Will Satisfy Every-
' - ' - - . ...... 1. .. . . ... . . ... .. .... r9
Agents A.J. &S. F. R. R. Lands
The oldest etabllshed real estate Arm in the
city. A largo list of both city and country
property for sale at reasonable price.
Money to loan at 6 Per Cent.
OUli INSUEAKCE AGENCT.
Aetna, of Hartford $9,192,GM
German American, or New Tork. 4.013,968
Hartford, of Hartford 4,511,30
Home, of New Tork 7,133,05
Ins. Co. of North America, of Phila.. 3,0tt,Ca6
Iiv. Lond., Globe, or Liverpool, 5,771,950
Fhoenix. of Hartford 4,435,0(9
Underwriters, of New Tork 3,(99,79
The Equitable life, ofNewTork 50,000,000
53-OIBce In Roys' block, upstairs, over Bank
COU. DOUfJLAS AND LAWRENCE AVS
Machine Shop !
EAU IRON BRIDGE.
B. McFARTiAND, Propr.
Dowlas Aresar, Bear Depot.
"Tfichita, - - Sansai
BrtKch Yards ai
Garden Plain & Harpe .
"W. L. McBee,
SltttruiM of title ccm;tlf4 at bsrt colic.
Fire, Life ani Timii Iinraice.
Every ThingKtyjjn a First-Class
Kansas Furniture House,
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture.
"Come and examine our goods and prices before pnrchasiBg else
where, and be convinced that we mean business.
I-am still in the riiig. Come and see me at tlie old stand, corner of Market
aud Douglas avenue
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
CITY CARRIAGE SHOP.
BLOSS & MELYIN,
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing, Shooing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
South Main Street, next to Cooper's Stable. 1-tf
OP ST. LOITIS, MISSOTTIRX-
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
ri 1 m
or fenort Time.
Money ac Sight, Commission Very Low.
' . . ' - Wo have connected
"' -' REAL ESTATE.
In tlctail Buy, tSell & Exchange "Western property forEaateru, aud vice versa
Call on or address
M. L. GARVER.
Maunder of the Wichita Branch, WICHITA, KAXBAo
Office over T. II. Lviich's store, Douglas avenue.
And Everybody will warn; to ride ; You can get your
Buggy and be ready by calling at
Buying a Bugey at any price, from $50 to $250, for the
next 30 days.
J. L. COOPER, Prop.
Arc to the front with Die Late-it, Neatest, Nobbiest and Cheapest line ot
T3ZA.TS, OIFS &c PURHISHITSTG- C3-OOID3
IIsT a?JE3CE CITY. .
Douglas Avenue, ISctwecn Sinjtli'.
Prooman & Peckham,
Staple & Pancy Groceries
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Etc.
Highest caah price paid lor produce. More tfoodr f-old for the mine
money tlmu by any other firm in the city. Goodi delivered promptly to nuy
part of the city. " South Fidu of Douglas a venne, Third dooi ct o
Main Street, Wichita, Kansas. t-tf
Exton's Corn Mills.
Ground Corn and Oat 13.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
Orders GUeJ pronljr
Ttlt?boe to f.i'm Cti
SOU: AGENT KOK
Steinway & Sons., Conoror BroB.
and J. & C. Fischer
Ibt1od. TTarTy- SJrarfel SammT, OnrJry,
ilrao. IUee, Karton ms4 FbTt ctran'.lr. j
t irttl tell t Sw Tork prite for cab. or ta- f
ttmllmeat : sift trv! lor eld pUao xe4 or-
gin. ISsjero curnot Trell xSont topnrrii
rmpomitaee loltdtcd Ten t!or3, tte .
dirrt tOX JMUCQU),
C-tf. Oce!clKBta:jHrtI. wjeiijB, it.
Eves. Nose. Throat. Catarrh-
Surgery and DefermrtkM.
Proprittor aad Ssrzaca is Hi n ,
r.. CBtrraef thX.tire n4 Ei
eorrl Srjr x aUl sfit unr aim. WjH !
rtiltf t mm. Cenw uersmaei a4 fan.
ttummtm m mwwmiij iwibwb.
ft mmmr tr U B
r-nti Wullaco'n Imiilrinent Houses.
7th and 8th Additions
ThU I the incut lilrabl rwililenw rroprtj
In Hied ty
(Prices Low. Terms Easy.
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
i firMOM on Lwrrw Atio, MarOntn I
j AT.nne. VotX-Vart ll.it V If
Druggists and Grocers.
nRSrELOCKWEST Or TKEMONT HOUSE.
SO .t 3-Z Iioujilai. Ae Wichita Ka
Kiileen & Stockinger, -
practical Plumbers, Steam (i Gas
jiia fiiirei. ,S'cn ttaliag i'Tcfiiiiiai.
SpwoSij. Eiiauttt lz&tl.
Z3 C1I a or fVif-n kl Oreij'btal.
H. R. CAMP,
Watekts, Jewelrj SiIrenrareJ0mcE' m " Jvenmt'
Aw lrrfb &r Sot tkr Csllfd it!'
WUJi Cuit5T, TJ" T Aunt ri.t I
Tall,- iImw, (i .irt.. trrsa?. 3& I
Wichita Meat Market
iiliitt WsU SUI lati
i 5. A , t
v mZ'.- r'Vm -km, m.
aM I iM-aaH
I K.jjvvS1n bbbbbVbbS'
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
r. - .. ...
mmns. itininir. nhmt imn.
n . ...0, w,r ..w..F
& Ircn Mantels, Etc
leMlriie t IN IMi m Stmt Bfrfi af
Ajt&t &r 7a& PiHiwiiTi'i htttt Silt imik
Customers will flad at thia bona Mure J-itir aad law
Drop ia when -yon wamt
No. 107 Douglas Avenue,
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Goods at: Kansas City Prices.
PECKHAM & HELLAR,
"TTrrT7TrC DIAMOND FRONT,
VJ XvvJ Bi--Xv.40,opijoiTEPosToyricic.
GOODS DELIVERED IMMEDIATELY ON ORD1
(MUCCHOK TO V. .STACK MAN.)
KfL'p on Imiid fino oodft of the latent fttylen
rity. " SntiHfaction guaranteed.
Bond & Kvans,
tSnccraton to tf; 8. Cortxtt.)
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS,
No. 27 MAIN STKKET,
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Largoct Assortment of Tint SrUi Tndti is Um Rty.
California Canned Good of all kind, J'aragott Axle Gnate, Machine Oil.
Grot NctJi, Etc, Ktc
Our aim 1" to k"ji fTrrjtlilcg la oor tin. nl )M ilritlM, tl ia tiwjt rtptm I
ftwU la.tanthf r ConutryHMjrltf tradiIKlt(. All gvod tldlvarxt yrwmfUf IbM
iirt of tbf rllr.
' soiarD Be BVU.
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
THE LARGEST STOCK, LOWE1T PRICES
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, MattresscK,
WXK1W OHASIS, IHASI 71XTU11I,
Lambrequin Poles Cornices Moulding. Mirrors, ChildrtMf
Eoat Slock, eppotits PocteSs,
C. IF. ISIElSr X) & CO.
If rmi deire lo buy, ! or escha-ttm rekl cakUte of M? liimd, er hemw
or lon inoturr vu res! eitcorcfialtri,iriv m bH- W kan tike
facJitJB for our butUv. CortviwtAtx oHdt4,
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