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K. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager.
ir the Ijtrgttt Circulation of any Daily raper
f in Southwestern fuiniaj.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
HA1LV BY MAIL.
One copy, one year 3 00
One copy, six months 4 00
'nucoriy, three months 2 00
One copy, one raontl , 75
fwpnty tents per week ileliieroU bv carriers In
the City. Postage prepaid.
One cop), one j car $2 60
One copy, nix mouths... I oo
Ourrates for advertising shall be ns low as
how of any other paper of tjuI value as an
a erasing mcuiom.
All transient advertisements must be paid for
IMcrtd in the rottojfice at Wichita, at tecond
yClijf matlrr, aiA entered to transition thiouqh the
T?0B 8 ALEHonse, nearly new,"
u avenne. neai rirsi iireci.
1?OR SALE Aphaeton
special order. Enquire at City Carriage, fac-
Wayne Bros., Decatur,
tory. South Main street,
nearly naw; made
lllnols. on a
IpOK SALE Mrs. Hovoy'a restaurant; good
1 location and good tra Je ; satisfactory rea
sons for selling . tM-ti
IOU SALK Elevator ; steam shelter, preasas,
fixtures and Talnsble tract or land, with
snitch pririlcgei for handling;, grain; prairie
hay and lumber, at one of the beat grain-buying
points, a thrifty and growing town on the Fris
co road ; good reasons for nelling ; fall particu
lars furnished by
X. O. Jonsoy,
!13-Im Columbus, Cherokee Co., Kansas.
T7H)K SALE Nine residence lots for sale or
1? trade ; located on South Market street ;
big bargain. For particulars call at Citizens
Atetrliktmenti in thit column will be charged for
at the rote of 1'ire Cmtt yer line per ueel. -Vo
advertliement talm for ten than 23 centt.
17AXTi:U-A girl to do-work in a small
family Knuuln-.atJ M. Allen A Co. 'a.
"YITANTKIl A cook at the Kiln arils House,
T Garden riain. Apply Immediately !Jt
"llTANTEn A cook, tt the Farmers A l)ro
1 V ers hotel, Douglas aw., near bridge.
- "C7"ANTI"t' Ladies and gentlemen to can-
'2t- ts for the Hartford IJIo and Annuity
iSCtfrancc company. Its safety rund system
mkc it pecnliurly sale, while it is also cheap.
L. M. Gts, Agent.
UI-0 Room 3, tip-BtaIn north or I'.-O.
17"ANTED To purchase a real estate busi-
m in tticuua, nansa.
-A Tarni for city properly.
Cor. Douglas and Lawrence arcs.
the cheapest farms In
Sedgwick county. A. L. AcgTis,
wi junuajitu iau iMiiiuivc aics,
FOR 8ALX Au old established and profitable
business, centrally located; a splendid
u reasons lor selling.
1J"OR SALE Three corncrlots (75 reel) on Tex-
as are. West Wichita. Inquire or Dr. An
drews, opposite I'.-O. si-tr
business chance : good reasons
Address A., care Eagle office
The Manager uf Ford's Opera lloaM
Uitcx Ills ItecoIIectloiiv of the
Terrible Affair An Odd
7th and 8th Additions
This Is the most desirable residence property
in the city.
Prices Low. Terms Easy.
I. fe. Cituv, Adtl, Iowa.
'lT"-,7,1''-,, '"" good cliambcrmaiil and one
aundry woman at the Douglas Aienue
To whom it may content:
1 he accounts against the county are audited
monthly, ami paid nnarterly arter the Ilrst
Monday in Janunry and the first Monday alter
the tlrnt 'J uesday and the first Mondays in July
and October, in each 3 ear. An itemized ac
count, showing for what sen ice or purpose the
amount Is claimed, must accompany each bill.
CerUllcates from Justices of the peace nod clerks
ofdlstrirt and criminal courts must accompany
eteryblllin which witness or Juror's fees are
MURRAY MYERS, County Auditor.
Wichita, Kansas, iept. 1, 18-l. t-tf
BUNNELL & ROYS.
"ANTED A clean 5- orC-room liuun1, near
IK-tf It Wuckm.
short loatit on
the next ten
"XITANTKU To make mime si
? aiprotel security during
W-tr Wichita Li i A Ia)a C.
"TTANlKD--To place nionerun ohort loans
T dwl security reqnlref
(C -tl Wichita Land A Loan Ci.
J T'ORbALEA good stock r groceries on the
best cormrln town,
lli-tr Wkiiita I.amiA 1xjn C.
Vir'AVIED-Everjuody to know that the
TT lilaeetoget joul ojstersand O'len-is at
II.. I Mnellers. trj-tf
17"ANTED--Eery readi r of the Eai.i h 1
V examine my partlnl list of property an
call at the ofllce for particulars.
W-IQ Jf XltltlHMiKH
"17"ANTKD A bnjer for.V) ncrrs of choice
1 inn 1 norm 01 inu cur, m a Dargain.
N. K Nll-lKUI.AMtMt
17 AN1I.II A situation with (ii'rinaiM. bv
ajniiiigiuan wllingto tin any kind of
xiork ; can come well recommended. AiMress
iliiain nseni, alley house. '.!!-
A7i ANTED Day boanlen. Apply at th.i
(ixth house mirth of Secitiul it 011 Mar
kit si , Weet side. til )'
"I7"ANTEI"A good trusty buy, Tior IBj-. ars
ui-tr .1 t. H01.UK8.
T7"ANTED Situation by September 15th for
general housework ; best of references.
Address box 255, Wichita. i)-li
"VI7"AX1 ED- A situation by a shorthand
T writer nnd bookkeeper, at either or both
Agents A.,T. &S. F. R. R. Lands
"17"AMED Land-bimrs to know that we
den rial 11
linc for gnl call the beBtlamlsnearGar-
TAILOIt A I'IMC.
"11TANTEI By a joung man, board In a pri-
T T aie nouse ; one wnere 110 oilier noaru
er are kept preferred Address .1
tJ. 1'. box
"W7"ANTED Bujers ror one largo farm
t T horse ; also one melium.slzeI hurro and
twoiMjnicR. all ci-ntle: will trade for second
hand organs, planis, or for town lots. Call at
Temple ofMusic, opposite postoIQcc 7S-tr
"T"ANTED A good w aahcr and lrontr at Dr.
V McCoy's, Lawrence avenue, north ol
Central a en ue. Xi.tr
"ITT'ANTED A good girl to do general house
TT work In small familv. Must c-imewell
i ages 81 per week, .xppiy ai
"Hie olde-t vxtablihhed real estatelirm in the
city. A large list or both city anil country
properly tor sale at reasonable prices
Money to Loan at 6 Per Cent.
OUR INSURANCE' AGENCY.
Ailna, or IlarUord e'M't.'.f.ll
German American, or New York I. (.',!
Hartford, of Hartford 4,511,210
Home, or New York .V7,1',CI5
Ins. Co. or North America, or I'hlla.. 9,071 ,G0G
Uv, A Lond., A Globe, or Llwrpool, 5,771,1159
l'lKrnlx', or Hartforil 4.435,Oin
UnilerwTlters. of New York 3,tX,791
The Eiu!table life. orNew York Wl.OOO.UK)
!C?"Oniceln Rojs' block, upstairs, over Bank
COlt. DOIIOl.AS AND I.AWItKNCi: AVS
"T7"ANTED Everj body to know that we hae
tt for sale some r the best lands in Sedg-
prcpared to negotiate
our motto is H'juari
wick county, ami are
sales of town iroierty
dealing (me us a call
XI-:im 1'lI.K limn. A Bttll,
Real estate agents, God lanl, Kansas.
ltM l.l Eicrjona who wants to buy,
TT sell, rent or trade lots in the townol
Godddard, or larmsinSedgwick county, to call
onl'yleBros A llssh, real estate agents, God
dard, Knnsai ..t-'liu
7"ANrED I.and-bnjers to know that it is
TT to their interest to go to Garden l'laln
nl IMatu Agency to liny lands.
d-.".-tr TA1LOII A 1'lkK.
WANTED I.irbody in this towntolni)
buggies or .1 L Cooptr at Cotiper'a
stable where tiny can buy them nt rrom 2n to
40 per cent less tlin.ii of any other houiointhe
" WANTED Erj body to know that I am
TV jiowselliiigmy SltU) buggies at 9lln and
m 8UH buggies at SJI.M, to clime out.
,7-tr 2'- Goorm
WAXII.D 1 know mit) body who wants
to buy, i-ell, rent, or trade lots in Wicli
ittt, o'Cannsin Kansas, for jiroperty in otbir
ktatitt oheiiicncnll and get or leae descrip
tion ot proper!) at E. A. Reiman's Land K
i ban ge Ollice.
"TlT".NI'i;D--ririy heeond-hand Reuliig-ma-Tt
clilnes, 11 Mcond-hand organs, nndlle
Hiiid-liand pianos: re wanted at the 'Icmplc
orMusle, opposite thcjiostoflice, before Septem
ber Ii-t. Call and eii'iuire for terms at the lem
Fit tt ltuxr.
OR RENT Famished front room; Urst
bouse north or M E ( hurch proiierty, on
Iiwrenee nve V-C
t tO REN r New fnir-room house ; cheap to a
L good teiiMit : all the coiiM'iiicnccs ; situat
ed on North MnrLtt strict in a good neighbor
hood. Inquire of Dr. McKurnlo, l' Main street
Machine Shop !
NEAU IKON BUIDOE.
R. McFARLAND. Propr.
ITWJlAK.M house of llc rooms Apply to
4 .1.1' McMillan, on Lawn-lice me., bet
English and Williams, eaht side '.'.H,
IOR RENT Ihreexcry ilesirable looms on
' EmiHiria aieiiue, llrit block south of Doug
las aienuv. opjHwite Wichita Consenatory of
Music Apply at once. ,.ll-(.
rpO RENT Rooms, on llrst lloor; on Market
X si , east sole, net. Douglss nun rirst st
D. li. All i.x.
7OR RENT A room Tor Murage. Iuiulre at
Hoffman A Mlllinger'a, 51S Douglas nit-
X rooms xvith ilohets.
of l'lr&t and 'lopekn ae.
7)R RENT One or two rooms 011 the
Address J. R "
rplrtvrAT A finely furnished parlor to mnn
X and wile; nun or witnoiii i.iunl
business part of elt ; home comforts
, lock tio I'.si
rpO RENT For cah. an all Urst-bottom
X farm, for the jearliws 12o acres of plow
Inod, good house of Tour rooms, good stable lor
nix horirs, and corni rib iur 2,wl bushels or
corn; ten acres in pasture and twenty acres or
trood gras land Rent fsnoper acre for the
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IllOW mini .nu tin it ). iv i.iuiiiiuiiii, .it
i;4 8onth Water street
rpO LET Two furnished rooms, cor Second
.and Kmporia ne
U RENT Wanted,
Dk R Matiikus.
f7OU RENT Wanted, a renter for a stock
J? ranch of 3.11 acres ; well fenced and run
ning water A I. AI4TIN',
77-tf Car Douglas and Lawrence Ave.
A Star nixirltTlindiiighimilfcasilyscated
in the ollice at Ford's opera house, and Harry
Kuni in a xiiuof rtmiuiM.vnce, lolilr. Fonl'i
mind bur',, a scons of ) cai-j. to the e cnts a
tcndim; the abiissiiiation of 1'ixtiiltnt Lincoln
at tlie 1 entli Stnvt theatre. -The day of the
invii.ati"cn,'' said Mr. Ford, about V2 m.,
iJuotli ouni! dowrn Tenth street to the theatra
and tU ij)el there Ui ruid n letter. I can re
n nibcr wry well ains him sitting on the
vtejis outM'de. I told hun then tuatl'resulent
l.incoli! and Gen. (Jrunt weie coining tJ the
tlieatns tliat night. I mid that l'rusident
Lincoln and Gen. Grant w ouM occupy one
box, and additl, ok 11 joke to tease him, that
Jeff Dix-is and Goil Leo would Im in another
box. Ho denounced Gen. Ixo x-cry xigor
ouily for having turrendero.1 the sword of
VirgmLi. That ex ening, af ty-r tlio iierform-
anco liogun. ho cjxiun to the theatre, and as
ho 1mSM.1l the Ixixillico ho looked into tho
xxinilon- and, putting Ins arm thmugh,
l)lacisl a cigar x liicli lie hail jartly "inokeil
011 a ishelf insidu mill said in a mock lieroic
AVln"cr this cigar dans dL-jdaco
Must m'tA'iIki-s Booth face to fHc-a
"Then lie pa-ved into the theatre."
'Did ho ex or return for the cigar?" aked
The IStar reiorter.
"Xo. Those were tho lastwurdsl ex'er
iieanl liim speak. He must liax o said them
to mislead U5, for his plans, it seems, xxero
alixaily laid, and it was jiart of the plan, as
I hrint afterxvanls, tliat 1'ayno xas to nssas
sinato tsewanl, Atztnilt should kill Johnson
at tho Kirkwoci house, and liooth shxt tho
president siinnltanwu-ly. Ko ho knew- jusi
xv lint he xvns going to do, and how much timo
"loiter in tho exening,"' roiitiuuej Jlr.
I'onl, 'wo heard a jiistol shot in the thcatn
J0.3 Sessfonl and I were in the treasurer's
oilice. We thought at lirst that it was tho
pistol ili-cdoy Asa TiuKhaiil in tlio piny
Ijiuni Keer.o was playing 'Our American
Cousin,' but thou it struck us as a little too
early in the ex ening. AVo ojietied a little
window that liwkod into tho theatro and taw
liooth crouching on the stage xwlh a knife in
his hand. Even then wo could not tell xt hat
had happened, and no one seemed to know.
Wo thought at first that somo one had in
suited liooth and he hud pursued the ni'ii
ucniss tho stage. A few minutes, wlmh
sociiuil an hour, iassicI 1 cfure the xvholo Ur
Hide truth was known "
"You wore amoeg time who xere ar
leslod won- jou not'"' asked Tho Star re
"I wosnnv'.U.il, 1 think, on tho Sunday
following Hieaauvdintion, and taken down
to tlm old C'ai mil prison, fronting ujion tho
oipitol giniiiiili 1 xas tieasun-r of tho
the.itn', ami my limthcr, J.nniesit. Foixl, bet
ter know 11:1s 'I)ik' Fold, was manager. My
lnutliei, .liilin T. Koi'l, xvlio owned tho thea
tn, war amtuJ 1.1 Ins home in ISaltimore
after his i uni from Itfchmond. Ho had
inn ilonii t: nil to hv our uncle, mother's
only brother. William Ureaner. Nearly
eveiy one around Hero professionally lxdatod
to liooth was nrrrshi, and tho Virginia and
.Mar) laud funnels along tho river, who were
supjioseil to l.a e nsiited Booth iu his cape
iiiany way, ijy naiijoring him, gixcn him
food or -l.tlter, or lmat. wero arretted, und
they were all sent toprUoii nlicie I xras. So
wo Iiad jilenty of couiiiany.
-Did I enjoy iti Well, I xvould not haxe
missed the nxpeHenco for a great deal. It
was a ir.ro luixtme de-ertors, liounty
jumpersand piisoi.trs uf state, goxeniors,
legislators and men of ex cry station. Still it
was rather rough the llrst week. "We were
kept iu closo and solitary confinement
Each man had a room by himself nnd was
not allowed to leaxe it or to seo any one. I
remember that v. hen my brother was brought
In I saw him in the xanl. Tho guards would
not lit mo go to him or vjxak to him. After
John T. w as arrested his family came ox e.
from Iialtimon-. His xxife applied to Secre
tary Stanton for a kiss to go to tho prison
and seo him, nnd Stanton refused. There we
x ere left alone in our dungeons in dreadful
uneirtainty. I mneinbtr the day of the
funeral ceremonies at thu capitoL I could
see nothing, hut rould hear tho solemn boom
ing of guiLs, the dismal beating of muffled
drums, playing dead marches, and tho
steady tramp of feet. That xas not x-ery
cheering music for our tars. Wo did not
know but the ieopln n their excitement
would mob the pri-un nnd lynch us, for some
of tho minariustefl had lieen stoned in tho
stieet. Our faro xias is-iarsu prison food
soup and beans and diy broad."
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 188 MAIN St.
Residence on Lawrence Arenas, near CentrrI
Avenue. Post-Office Box fins. tf
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST CLOCK WEST OF TREMONT HOUSE.
30 .fc 82 Douglas Ave., Wichita Kas
Killeen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam & Gas
fias Fixtures. Steam Iftalini k VentHaliiii a
Specialty. Estimates Furnished.
Whitescarver & Co.
Have just fitted up their rooms on th southeast
corner or First and Slain, and are now prepared
to furnish anything in their line on short notice.
New Rooms! New Goods!
Short Order Xeals Served at All Hours.
Give Them a Call
IF :r, TJ I T S !
J. S. SMITH & CO.,
Mattress-makers and General
Carpet sewing and lajlng a specialty. Win
dow shades trimmed and mounted. Old niat
tressM and furniture made over, equal to new,
at a small expense, eastern prices being ilupli
cated In eTerythlng Twenty-five years' exper
ience. 73 Main street. 73-tf
JOHN V. XIOFFETT,
H. P. HARTZEL
Kansas Furniture House,
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DR. E E YOST,
PRACTICAL AMI SCIENTIFIC
H. R. CAMP,
Watches, Jewelry Silverware
A1m liranrh office for the Uniteil State
Watch Company. 53- One door west of the
Vulley House, Douglas avenue. 39-
Wichita Meat Market,
All KMsofMaDi Salt Meats
Of the very best quality.
Thursday anell nday.
Lake fish Wedncsda)
First Door Xorth of Poatofflce.
"Good morning. Deacon ; you walk B" m
spry as a boy, for all you are so old."
'Why, law bless you, I can't help It; J can
see go well with ray new spectacles it nit'citri
to nut new life In me. 1 actually feel tventy
years younger, cad 1 Hare had them only a
short time. You see, I did not bay when lr.
lost first came to Wichita : I thought I -nould
Just wait and let some others try. I hadpaid
out no mncn money lor spectacles, anu inyeyes
were getting poorer and poorer all the 8me,
that 1 bad about despaired of ever geitiagan)-
ining mat would stay me oreaaiui loss 01 azni.
liut when I came to see and tall with my mlirh-
bors, and with eopIe from other carts of the
country who bad used Dr. Yost's impnued
lenses (some of them for years) , I concluled 1
would try it onre more, and I am frank to con
fess they are far ahead of my exiiectatims.
Oh, yes. It's a bard country oa eyesight. ,A11
this western prairie country is much hardir ou
on the ejes than the eastern states, and one to
thiuk or it, it is as much out or place to try to
use the old style of spectacles here iu Kansis tx
It would be to try to farm with the old style or
fanning tools, and, sir, 1 don't hesitate lojs:
hat tbe man that wont go to J'r. 10,1 ant
fitted with a patrol his improved Ienes eight
to bate his self-binder and improved ilnws
taken from him, and be compelled to cnt his
grain with the old hand sickle and plowwith
It is just as important to use Improved lenses
proerly fitted, In order to save eyoslghtas it
Is to use the self-binder to sae grain ie this
No use talking, nothing short of Dr. Ton's
Improved sjiectacles will save the islou in this
da and age.
WHOLESALE AND RETA1I
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture,
Comc and examine our goods and prices before purchasing else
where, and be convinced that wo mean business.
I am still in the riujj. Come and ee me at the old stand, corner of Market
and Douglas avenue
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
CT-T"2" OABBIA.GB SHOP.
BLOSS & MELVIN
. EYE, EJLIR,,
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
E. TT. 2tCX7XTSSZ.X,. 3M. JD..
Proprietor and Surgeon in Charge,
68 North Main Street
1. 8. Catarrh ol the Nose, throat and star
ered by a mild and new process. Will give
r ler at once. Cures liennanent and guarun
Ild or the case not undertaken. I also use the
niiikerhofT sjslem In the treatment or Files
"d ltcx5t.il diseases, which Is painless, and ne
rf ills to make speejyand permanent carta.
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors & Builders
BRICK AND STONE!"
l'artles detirlnz sidetvalk of Winllrlil Han
ging of all sizes will do well to eall mdgtt
Iirlces. Le e onters at W. I. Stem's ollce on
Jiwrenreave , south or llonglas ase. il-",.tl
'Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing-, Shoeing: and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
Sooth Main Street, next to Coojkt's Stable. l-tf
& ,J MV."'
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KirnmArta A ltanM J'
MMMwaavx gmsi 1 saslsl m
WICHITA MARBLE WORKS
Haaaft ctiirtn of aid Dntcn ta
mwm, Ttftswis; umts m tjhh im,
Hon rnrcim, lunsnt wow,
IERCE CITY LIMI,
HAIR, PLAi?rRR & CKMKNT.
o 60 Main Street, betweea Flret aaxi aetj. WIcMta.
Hardware, Stoves, and Tinware.
Galvanized Iron Cornice Work!
Pumps, Tubing, Sheet iron, Wagon Wood Work, Slate
& Iron Mantels, Etc.
Repairiig f ill KM Skrt Klke at KeastMik lattf!
Agent for Van Pappwian's Fattnt IU Caoflif .
Customera will find at this house square daalia l low arieaa
Drop in when you want anythina; in this liae.
No. 107 Douglas Avenue,
SOLE AGENT FOU
Steinway & Sons., Conover Bros,
and J. & C. Fischer
Grain and Produce Commission
Chicago marLet reimrts received every llfteen
minutes from Q-:w a. m. to 2:30 p. M.
unJer Citizens Uank, Wichita, Kansas. Deal
ers in strain and piodiice Invited to ntikeiuy
ofllce their headquarters. d-3-tf
No end of nimiNi'iiicMt Iris been alhvtt in
Wa.iiiigtm during the just winter oer tho
iiiUt.il.e-of (!en Slifinliii. Tlio general, of
coulee, inoe! mtl'i m ly liiguiM.rinlvsof
KOeietJ, nn.1 iIiuhiK the vuson he luia U-eu
iutm-ttuttl Jo Imnilixils f lidies:md Keiitle
ineu. Hu l- ''lie of the iwt,t Kiliteuml
iiKiXf.ilile of Si-UIeniiii, .ml has 11 iierftct
Imnnrtif o3rudiiir.iijo:ie tlnouxh an inten
Imii.iI r i;lit. fu 1 thu neutral had beuu
Inn le lcerdions ho found that lianas
to!nH tiiinhle to icoall the nainco 01 ccn
the lne" f fully two-thiidiof tho iersons
who hal Urn iutroduccil to him. l)i rn.it to
de.-ix ration, ho adopted tho novt 1 plan of
lioninjr to pirbkly. Now r.o 0110 tliinUs
of iiitnxliicins a friend to (Jen. Sheridan.
'J'ho imiier thiiiR iu society i- to iiitPiHlnco
joursvlf. The general won't know tlio
diiren'iiee, and lie will tiet you with all tlw
utlaliility uf an old friend.
LS'T Kiirnlshed rooms opiwiute New
meat market ;
1U:V1' Ivro well fanilahixl rooms at
corner or KmiKiria and First
fliO 15EVT A furnished cliamhcr; well Acntl
L lated ; outolde entrance Kninlrt at the
Fargo express office. uvtr
7OIMIKST A suite of rtMirai oer
ltanlv. Ajly at hank
rM) KhTurniliel rooms. Kmiuire at
L southeast corner of Kmiori avenue and
T701f"ALK Ijotsoracn-a in
IVrrj addition ;
1V:i acres on tlieMuCtavtof the
X F Nni'muMnii.
' NlKM Kl.lMH.U
TJiOU SALE Ail clashes of real ini-riy
TJiOK SAL1-10J acres of laid ; deep rich soil,
P bcautlfull' located, only 3 miles trom tiar-
t Hold, a nice town on the Main line ofthn A., T.
ixtf. r. rauroau anu .iriang. ruer, in raw nee
j untT, Kansaa 11 soiu soon, only KiUltver
icre jumrc- iock oo ,u,orii 11 .Miin.
FOKSALK--Atlnc stock ranch, Mith neter
falllnR water; soma bottom land la cnlti-
vatloii : cyrri
s, fetMl lot, Kiuali house, orch-
.ii Bi9i.:oKr acre
. . tLIrBLAMlKK
1 1 THKtfLU
li. r narior
1" trinta and
a bargain v
-Vox the next 3D day , aa lev-cream
ntrallr located, with all th n.
iockof confectioaerr aaJ rinn-
il be given in thit safe.
ivenne, nct t Uolden Knlo
Roval Oil Co.
Carbon, lubricating, linseed and brd Ok
TURPENTINE AND GASOLINE.
Coal Oil and Gasoline delivered to all parts of
M7 lKiuglas ave. - - Wichita. Kansas.
Of Wilson & Tilli&ghast.
CLEAXWATER. - KANSAS
Do a reneral banklna business,
lentlon Riven to collections.
The Turin Q.tieatlon.
"Why don't J oil pi to woi UV n eiit.'enian
a-sked a y nirjpeil tramp.
"I am nnxioiis, and willing to work," ro
ilkil the hummer, "but what's the um of it
until tliev settle the tanfl'iiuestion."
"What lus tlio tariff to do with itf
"A K' cat deal. Suppose 1 went to work
nnd accumul.iteil a unall capital by industry
und iconoiny. Well, it's natural I'd want to
pi inti Iiiimiiu-c for 1113 elf manufacturing,
pioh.ilily, tint. I'd ie afraid Ui put my money
in niij thins until the tnriir i tattled Itccr
uimly In. 1 niejt hindi.iiicn and drawhaok,
but my Njfot licy i- to wait,"'
lluiirRe Alfi-cil TownetiJ.
If a man i oiitircl- unsejfisli ho i no gool
to an) body An upright sel fishnet w tho
resiatite ipiahty of tho pitiiot You
willtind lmmbus who hnvo boon Imlancing
a steel-ien for thirty jears to tell you that a
man should thin!: of nothing when he goes
into the bet vice of ids country but her, mean
ing the aforesaid country This U humbug,
and the man who writes it never was In the
Mrvic of In country. If opportunities
justify a man in um ail his energies for bis
family, certainly war bou!d ennobla that
Tlir 1'it.t Itukc Hall "tlatcb.
On June 1. IMC, 111 HoUiken, N. J., there
took jilace, U twi-en tho KnickerUvker and
New York club, tho tirst match game ever
jilajivl It conited of only four innings,
the rule then U-ing tint the club ilr-t mak
ing twenty-one run.i in ecn innings w-as the
u timer. Tlie llrvt match game that over
occurred m l'hiladelphia wa jiUjedbythe
Kniity mid Winona clubs 011 June 11, I0i),
md tlie tir-t game in San Kram ico took
place lVh. of the caino car.
TheUiMliall ihanipionliip va llixt con-
testwl 111 1V? A rialrj- had fining uj lio-
iwen iue ew oric ciut alreaily men
tioned and the Atlantic club, of Brooklyn,
the !u!t Iiemg that a series of champioahip
games wore arranged Utwpen pickol nines
of the two cities the. New Yorkers winning
two to the lattcr one. There w ere no more
important contests for tho championship till
UctnU-r. IMil, when picked mnc of New
York auJ Bnikhn ng-iin contiKlel for su
premacy, Brookhn winning. In the follow
ing j ear the Eekfonl club, of Brooklyn,
w nMod tlio title of champion from tho At
lantic and held it throughout the succeeding
season of 143, in which year they did net
' n single game, a feat tliat has never Uvu
duplicated but once, and then by the Cincin
nati club in lWt 1111 ler the ii-anat'iiic n: of
Tlie I.t Car.
(Wall t"tnet Newv
It was in a y "ting city in Wicon.-m. A
New York drummer who wanted to take a
horwMMr from the depot to tlw hotel,
waitrtl twenty minutes for it to appear H
found the car old nnd sliabby. the motio
powera Jet mule, anil the druer n wik
begm Ioneime-looking man
WI1.1t in Halifax'" liegan tlie drummer
a he git into the car, but the driver iim
tioneal to lum to stop right thens, nnj said:
"Mranger, yon am too lato! I'm the
jweMdent, wcretary and treasurer of this
line. I've run it for five years, and am
cleaned out Tut is tlio last car over too
rails To tnonow I Oull taka nn the- iron
I and jump the- town. Words would be thrown
away. Save your abuse for the male wbea
wrc coma to an in-sraJ-L
Marlon, Harvey. Sedirwick, 8umner, Cowley,
Heno, Rice, Barton and Ford counties.
I will sell at New York prices for cash, or In
stallments ; also trade for old pianos and or
gans. Iluyers cannot well afford to purchase
elsewhere without enquiring my terms. Cor
respondence solicited. For catalogues, tc,
address ION ARSOLD,
'j;-tr. Occidental Hotel. Wichita, Kansas.
Wichita, - - Kansas
BraRck Yards at
Garden Plain & Harpe .
W. L. McBEE,
Sedgwick County Abstracter.
Abstracts or title compiled on short notice.
Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance.
"CT" Rcprentin seven or the largest com
panies In the world ai-if
vous debility, and
all weakness of the
..r t.,i. ....... 1
BsforsTikliur. price, one nackaKeiAfUrTakinr.
tl ; six forts, by mail, Iree of postare. .Sold
by all druggists. Pamphlet free to every appll
cant. Addresa all communications to the pro-
Srletors, the Murrav Medicine Co., KaosasCitv,
to. EJ- Sold In "Wichita, wholesale and re
tall, lj- Aldrlch A lirown. TW-wlyr
IP YOU AXE GOING TO BV Y A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond Pin, Sieve Buttons, Ring, Watcher,
Chain or In fact everything, It will pay
you to go and see
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, If nehasanytliingyou want, you can sae
money by buying of him- "CTwo doors west
ofTremont Ilouie, next to Mederlander's land
office, 41 Douglas tvenue, Wichita, Kansas.
First Ark. Val Bank!
Ihv oldest money Institution In the Arkansas
And Everybody will want to ride ; You can get your
Buggy and be ready by calling at
Buying a Buggy at any price, from $50 to $250, for the
next 30 days.
J. L. COOPER, Prop.
Notice! NOLAN BROS.,
02P G-03Dr)vJS.3D. k'ANSAS.
Wish to inform the jieojileof Sedgwick count that they keei constantly on hand a complete
Staple & Fancy Groceries & ftueensware!
Which they will yoll at Wichita Pricea.
Tho highest market price paid foi Butter, "Errs and. Farm Produce. Examine
our stock nnd learn our prices befoie purchasing. du-lm
H. L. HILL'S
Horse & Mule Market,
Douglas Avenue, west of Water St.
Auction Sales Daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
teics, Harm it Saddles,
liouht and sold on coniinUIon
Horses it hh, Wairi'iM i
I ouutry tale a niecialty
KverthliiK sold K"ar.ihtred as
MAKE NO MISTAKE! THERE'S NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL!
With the Idlest of all blslinu, whooi- title tells the tale.
W. ; WOOKMAN,
W'M. S. WOODMAN,
tYIM.. C. WOOI'MAN, Jn.,
COKKhSroM'KX TS :
American Exchange Ji'al'l Hank, New York
Urst National Ilauk, of O..cao, Illinois
Hank ofKansaa City, Kansas City, .Mlr'-iiiii
Dewglas AreHHe, Hear Dep(
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
WICHITA, - KANSAS.
HE PLACE FOR FUN!
Boatlnr. Bathing, and all
aorta or Aquatic
on the River and
EAttMS OX THE TRACK.
(Beat In the State.)
Merry-Go-Rnund. Swiori. Ooqoet, Gymna
la. OuoiU, and other si-irts la the (trove.
Tern-lchorean experts jirononDce (he dandns;
platform the best they ever shook a fo.it ou
rlrt-cla refte4hment Harnl Come every
body and have a good time. S7-U
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Hoaurr, out6is rcated oa rcasoiable tenat
Are no occupying our
New Commodious Baik Building
No. 33 Main Street.
Do a General Banting Bnsiness
In all IN tnodrm functions.
LoaH Meiey in Aay Amount
On all satisfactory collaterals real, iier...il
or chattel and accommodate the lKrroer
Hi til time from one day to Ave years
E3 Sell tickets by the fastest and s tfest lines
of steamers in the world, to or from all princi
pal Knropenn tiorts, via North German Lloyd
or Cunard lines.
In the organization or the First Arkaia
Valley Rank, or Wichita, Kansas, vie Invoke
neither directors, stockholders or branches,
nor do we deal In puts, margins or outside
Issues. Our labors are strictly to the measure
of Its legitimate success
For IU prudeat management ne are Indltldu
lor the protection of every dejiotltor l
pledged the last dollar or our fortune.
Cireeilt g with many thanks our numerous old
friends, iihose patronage, nlth our enhanced
facilities, e shall be happy to increase. a.d
kindly such of the general jutillcas mayde-dte
toatall themselves tliereor, and our judgment
and convenience may ee jimdent toartept, itc
are resjiectfidly yonrs,
W.f WOODMAN A. -"ON
Pioneer Lumber Man
Jr 9owica CnrTr.
w! xl JL JLv v!
GREAT 4-MNG CIRCUS!
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO ALLEN & TUCKKK.)
Wliolesale and Retail
Aidrich & Brown,
Goods at Kansas City Prices.
F. W. SWAB!--
fSiri Cr.slOU TO r STACKMAN )
Ivi-ops on luitiil lino goods of lliir lnlc.t sljli'". Tlie larvrol slock li
ity. Sitllsrnctlon guarautueil. No trutiMc to hIiow kooiU. (Jail ant) m
rirst Door NorU of Coualv ItalUiac
"WHICH WILL EXHIBIT AT
Wichita,, Thursday, Sept. 18th
K3TAMLISI1KI) IN 1H7H.
A Complete Stock of Fins Lincer.
always oa hanil
E- Qfite 4 Yard o ilirttt Street,
ltoj'f Arenue J tint Street.
II 'L f S t BFBBHBBBHiCr'" nsBLV BBHbIBBBB
In all it towerln and iier)wcrlti; gTrHnv It li romlop r.n It. own (trwit train., and 1
drawn by iti own 1'x-onnitivei, Ith Iu rcmentof artNt4 and aillsni, and Its urest city of
canvas A whole world of winders never bfore exhlbltel. I.rrater lhn the zinte.t. laryer
than the Iar?et, better than the bet, with thomand new, nonderful and attractive feat
r.re to bei"-n with no other show or honnder the heavens' sweeplnif canopy TJ" It rir
i w?reat. It Influence, so all-prevallin?, that every railroad makes r-Ial evcurim ratr-i t
50 Cages of Living Wild Animals !
Jnst fifty No more, no Ies.
hmbraeiccovery inown tyi of bat, bird, reptjle awl
The only pair of hn? blwtaml ever le- j -gp
A rrnsier nixie ana a jnaro- ,
m p e ror!
The Giant Elephant.
iU A B O I
j The Ccal-I'lark ?erl Klephant
j Trn teams of elephant. In llk.Lid rIrerhr-
uru, (rally ciriKirj, ftrawin? ten mvirn
The true behemoth imraortalUeil uy the in
spired writings of Holy Job
A Monster Three-Hcrnetl
R1q-It Rhinnfnrn!;! f fb.1?M Ei;ir u hra. ipuBt
tviv .v.Aiiwvw- v . j umiaiaz pyramin', i fisnu ai urill
l!en!nf enrnel. her,l ofetawU, droiM of ldn, herl of rlra(f. dens nf AraMae iiemtf
de06 of leopard, herd of dromnlarle, drove oftralaed bors. lalr.f.f crdlle. l!r. f II1I
cator', drove, of tanffaroo., drove, of antelopt r, tetU of i.brat, droves of muw, dena of jae
nrr, dn.of hjeaa. dfaof polsr bare, lea of wltj tlr, Ck of uilrich'i, lairs of er
peni, botof heavn-Mjartns tirds cioilf brilliant planu(e
200- First-Class All-Superior Stars! -200
MR. JAME3 ROBINSON,
Thelaarel-erowaed eropernrof theatea The
ralr-f tic enlnn w-.rld. and aclnowiMl?
td br alt the champion ti&relae t rider of the
SENOE DON JERENIMO BELL,
The trrei!r? t-horre; rWer nf any z or eoaotry-
WM. H. GORMAN,
leipinx eqcritrika cfcamrlun.
MR. FRANK H. GARDNER,
Bond & Evans,
(Hncresaors to W. H. Corbetl.)
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS.
No. 27 MAIN STKEKT, WICHITA, KANSAS.
COFFEES, TEAS .AUSm &AJNCT2:
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Largest Assortment of Fine Dried Fruits in the City.
California Conned (SihhI of all kimh, 1'arayim Axle Orrar, Machine Oil,
(frttu Sceth, Etc., Etc.
Our aim Is to Very everythlus lit our line, and hat flr.l-e.laM, and to alars rprMl
ll.l aa III'
g int a they ar Uoiiulry and city trd solicited, All khU dellner! promptly tu ant
BOISTX) & icvak-p.
THE EHSrj,A.lT ROSS
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
Thu Lara-eat Eatabtfahmant In tiia City for
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
Window Sbadfi, Sbnie FiiUrei, Ijmhrrqum Poles, l'nilfi, Bifcj lirmjti, lU.
Eoss Block, oppocif Portotlce, 15 tad 17 Hmjm mttmL
LAND & LOAN OFFICE!
If yon (I"tlrr to liuy, rl! or fixclmnt- rt-al rtme of any klud, or lKrrow
or Innii tiioiifj mi real t-xinlej or clmttcU, (Ire n a call. We have the beat
f-iciHtie for our linti'ir-. Cnrrcopotiilenm oli;ll-il.
Okficb, Vfi JJuinlnt Acenur, ... It'iehtla, Xanmi
H. W. KENDLE,
Milt I10TK, SSb mhM kltHLCAi.
CASKETS. EOBES, aLOVE8 CHJi.T'X. JCTO.
Hare two fine bear A -rtat Ul'obone dlrert to WlehlU (.emetery ai "aye
VI I't!frls Arenue, WIchlU, Kaosa tr fnmf4 mtlrlln f tirt ty Tttfffk,
TO BE SLAUGHTERED!
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes
W(U lc thtuyht'rrilfor the near 31) tUljt at the
CHBAP CASH ST ORB!
DotigUu Ave., one door tectt of tjttisens bank.
Pine Shoes, worth $2.25 and S2.SO, n&ucmd to tl.OO.
2.75 nd 3,00.
3.2fi and 3.60.
3.76 and 4.00,
French Kid, worth 0.OO,
worth f 2.70 and 3.00,
aubxuxlfo; hlrt ad lfly Istjer,
otjuvls wltfcost a rlTJ.
E Hoflmaster & Son
Will oprn oat In few Uays with tlv
Latest Stoct of Boots & Skes !
MISS MILDRED GARDNER,
Children's Shoes will be sold regard!'
M'LLE ADELAIDE CORDONA,
T. hmAri Ae.Htrt4lSM Amte. v1rfe ttks'
dueixmre 7he reatet lady terenatl rM-r Tlie teeaatifsl. Jtfe;fl act rrieefnl
teerLild , rotmc
1 !i IV)!I1 I. Miu'UasrieCiaire. Mr "jo Its. the btiUfI Itiri M.lrr,. tt '
derfnl aeriti nwtror, ir-wj-es of trte orvirnIti, Iran) rf Syiax Ifrr, Irxois uf aU
i..!f stlu, trtMf ttt Jorylere. rroojie f w,rA la-r. itrielUt atel AoUa, tt lUrt-n at.
lele. the rnn-irttal Llle Itrt!iri,4ist'n . t rrat lK6i.1"a tlntthtrt, tike Martin'
' ette Kamtly, ike gmt U-.tnl. the tra.Wfl "Jrl ranslly, .rrTM' jrrelt Uyrii'U
i ;J- A pacd a5tochlla.e erJIwt! . CT(.iltieof wt jltiUMnt ?'ralM of fcatlil
' whicJi rftaakjod l repreMrat br all tiha t. "b! fonaler U rTatt erh-m!nu-Jr
ethDolwteal rotirety erer exhibit! ur rracl, ,jUra!r, uleiy, efro-JiJ &ubla; Sm1f ,
M.AGNIFTCENT STREET PAGEANT!
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SNIVELY & AVILHITE
The Restless, Sleepless Reliable
REAL ESTATE, LOAN ft INSURANCE FIRM.
!" iu UsetB Utr Lancal lly drt Ulrv irm, ( a4 fltertafaa, aat
. Uilr yrvptelf (JbeOTfaHy, as4 rkey m4I It twa.
Street. Wiaeck'a Block.
taAneeeiiaU .titnlur. btrr-re-MJilrir all vrrrivni .Innf, of
ll nwlEr f vsr airr. fe nt cfearze, H all A tf
I ibT pleiil6r eo th hliftway Jwb ! W 0s eeare f wtW aelnali vy i tin strata
iTwtlTefcaMt ornuHlc llaxel elrl, tausele. eft, tfrrelrtrf aaJ lrme. Tu
craailrit trret toresrn "r tloe"l
("TTrita Tfntrae. TV CaatBrVftaviur 'ftaStt
la )n, 4s a tral ! csjr isataasi tswlaeaa,
bxwrv, mmm Mim, w kw, i
tr 0Ve a aWs-eal
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