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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1884
M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager.
lias the largest Circulation of any Dally Paper
tn Southieettern Kansas.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
DAILY 1IY MAIL.
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One copy, three months sou
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By carrier, three month U..V)
By carrier, one month T.'
Twenty Cents per week delivered by carriers in
the City. Postage prepaid.
One copy, one year
One copy, six months
Oar rates for advertising shall be as low as
hose of any other paper of equal value as an
All transient advertisements must be paid for
Entered in the Postoffice at Wichita, at second.
class matter, and entered to transition through the
mails as tuch.
Ml, S. W. RICHMOND,
Magnetic phyelcian. Cures diseases of every
name and nature by magnetic treatment, with
out medicine. Ilia cures are speedy and per
manent, and charges rereonable. Diagnosis
and consultation free. Parlies from a distance
can board with him k reaionable rates. Office
on south Waterstreet, Wichita, Kansas.
ARP PULLING FODDER.
A Hural Tak for a Modern Philcs-ospher.
Attorney-at-Iaw. Office on Douglas avenue,
over I.yncn's dry goods store. 129-Ura
W. M. JOHNSON, M. D.,
Homa-opathlst. Temple block, third stair
way north of postofflce; 'Wichita, Kansas
Office hours from 7 to 9 a.m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 9
t. m Chronic diseases a specialty. 123-tf
j4frrrirmiJj in (hit column trill he charged for
at the rate of Fire Cmts per line per tetei. .Vo
advertisement taken for lets than 2.'. cents.
"ITTANTKI) A good boy todo errands at the
W New York Meat Market, North Main st..
Thos. A. Goodchlld, Propr. dlU-i.t
TT"ANTED A fl rut-class coat maker Is w uut
W ed at once liv Louis Uanke; merchant tai
lor, at his store three doors castor ISrown'H
auction house None but Ilrst-cias men need
WANTED A second handjiair of platform
(.cales. Iii'iuire of J. T. Holmes.
lirANTKI)-Small office desk
V good order and cheap. Addros
lITASTEIt-A store room
IT nucor Main street. A idress M
Must be In
room on Douglas ae-
"IT"ANTKD To trade for city property one
W half section of land, lUing water, hmall
house, Ac , 7 miles from Cheney, fine stock
farm. Or will i-cll on cany terms. Prl $i,v.
15d 1W &.MVKLY .Y lII.lllTr.
"T7"ANTED A hituation to take earu of chil
TT dren anil to ashist In light housework.
Dextist. Office over lianin A
tore, Centennial block. Wichita.
L. K. SIIEKWOOD,
Dentist. Office lu Ferrell Building omxKltr
polotUce, Main street, Wichita, Kansas.
Teeth extracted without pain by nitros oxide
G. W. C. JONES.
Attorney-at-law. Office in Eagle block, over
Hovey & Co. 'a dry goods store. 72-20-tr
De. W. S. McBHltNIE,
Formerly physician and surgeon to the Louis
vllleCity end Marine hospital, and late health
officer of Springfield, Illinois, has located at
No. 19 Main street, opposite the postoffice.
Special attention paid to gynecology and elec
tro-vapor, electro-sponge and galvanic baths
uoice nours io iu a.m anu ; io 4 r. m
TEKIIY & DUMO.VT,
Architects ami Superintendents.
Itoys' block. Wichita, Kansas.
He Dive Bom Into the Trick
Trades and Shows How One
Class Gouges the
DKvTitT. Eagle building, Douglaa aenue,
J W ADAUS. liKO. W. ADAMtl.
AIJ.VMS A ADAMS,
Attorney) at Law Will practice in state and
federal cuurU Office in Eagle Block, Wichita,
Kat Mia. dl'10-
IIAKUIS A HAUUIS KIItEBAUGH,
Attorneys at IjiW, Commercial block, Wich
Ucfercnces gi en and required
23'J Main street-
Inquire at No.
1T"ANTED Homes In good familiesforthree
V small children, two girls and one boy.
Inquire of probate judge lSIdlxv
"ITTANTED Coat and est maker, married
VV manor German preferred. Address at
once, G W. Adams, Eldorado, Kan. ISTd-'w
WANTED Board In a prixato family where
few other boarders are kept, by a young
gentleman Must be centrally located. Ad
dress John, city P O. 13-
"TT"ANTED Some one to adopt a brignt,
V healthy girl baby about two nionthsold
ilrv goods, notions, Xr,
SNIV1SI V V ILIIITE.
Address lock bov2.'o, Vlchlta, Kansas
"IT"ANTKD-Toirad! a well assorted
T V of g.iods for land or city property
consists of clothing.
TT within four blorkaor Douglas ateuuu.
tirANIED A nurse ciri Amdy
TT Eurloug'i, cor lotieka ue and First
NTED A house of four or five rooms
Enquire of Arkansas Hirer Lumber O). 12;tf
girl Apply at J I
J. M. BALDEItSTON.
Attoiinxy at law, Wichita, Swlgwlck county
Kansas Office In Centennial Block.
Attornejs at Law. Will practice in both state
and Federal court. Office In Temple block,
Main street, second ntairway north oT Post
office, Wichita, Kansas
K. II BENTZ,
I'll slcian and: Surgeon Ofliceover Fuller A.
Son's gn teen"
J. J. CItlisT,
Archlteel and Superintendent. Office, Fmll
Werner", block, Douglas aenue, between To
pekaaxenun and Lawrence bt., Wichita, Kan.
Demist. Office in Temple block. 1-tf
STANLEY A WALL.
Wichita, Kansas. Office
Allorneyn at Law
jer (,'ltizeiu,' bank
"1T"ANTKD A bujer for a choice, farm or 210
lV acres in Illinois tp. loo acres in cultiva
tion, house, plenty of trui' und shade trees,
one-third of .x acres of corn In crib, one-third
of wheat now on ground t be delivered In the
bushel Near to church and hchool. good wa
ter and other conveniences. Best of land, will
Hell quick at a bargain Part time, or cash to
l.;d lw Sni f.LY A Wiuiith
"IT"ANTED Land-buyers to know that we
T iiaxu lor sale all me ijesiiaiuisiienrunr.
"VtrANTED Land bujers to know that it Is
W to their interest to go to Garden Plain
pal Estate Agency to
TA'iLOi: A PlhK.
7"ANTED--Evervbody In this town to buy
TT buggies of J. L. Coopur at Coojier's
stable, where they can buy them at from 20 to
40 )mt cent, less than of any other house in the
"ITrANTED Everybody to know that I am
TT now selling my $K'iO buggies at $110 and
my $140 buggies at $120, to cloBe out.
JMf J. L. Cooi-kii.
"1 T. Nl ED To know ever)bidy who wants
TT to buy. m'II. rent. or trade lots in Wirli-
Ita, or fanns In Kansai, for property in other
mates, uivomencaii ami get or leave descrip
tion of property at E. A. Keiiuan's Laud Ex
"17"ANTED A good girl fur general housc
W work. Enquire of W. E htaulij".
O. D K1UK,
AtUimrrat Ijw Uooin No. .1, U S. Ijiinl
office biiilillug, Wlchlin, Kansa.
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and
styles. He also carries the finest assortment
of picture frames In the city. Give him a
friendly call ami examine samples. d-2-tf
1. P. IIC'JUTON, K W IKSTLEY
HOUSTON A BENTLEY,
Atlornevs at l.aw Office over Kansas Na
tional bank. Wichita, Kan.
Contractors and buililers, on First street, west
ol County buililing.
painter, sign writer and
Kalsiinilnlng, paper hanging, etc.
to buililing, uu Douglaave.
E. II. BUOWN,
.1. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
i;. C KUGGLES,
Attorney-at-l.iw. Office over No.
Street, Wiehlta, ICalisna.
DK..I. C. DEAN
Itonms In Field building.
?OU BENT Furnifhed room for rent, at W
,awrence avenue. C W. Graham dMl-l.t
T?OB BENT One large room on Oak street,
.a. east oi . r . ti. it
linirth house.north side
Willi privilege r cellar
Englno on promises
IJOIt BENT Furnished room,
" Topeka ave. ami First !t
T?OB BENT Nery ileslrnble furnished rooms.
x new House, new rurmiure
smI Emporia streets.
T7OK BENT liootiis
Js Lynch buildingnii
011 second floor of the
nnoslte the Orcidental ho
tel, suitable for offices or light housekeeping.
Also stable and carriage house. dllleot
TT'OB BENT A furnished room on
J? avenue retvveen 1st and 2d streets.
particulars call on
II3S lW SMVKI.V A Wll.lllTK
l?OB BENT Two front
J? Second and Waco sts
rooms, near corner
, furnished or uufnr-
K. Humphrey A Son, Eagle
iiiabed. Call on J
OB BENT A suite ofotllce rooms over Citi
zens Bank. Apply nl bank. -tf
-A bargain in north part oftow n.
house. C rooms, cellar, stone founda
tion, lot iL110 feet Must be sold at once.
Part time. Price. Sl.wm. Snivel)- A Wilhite.
cheapest farm In Sedgwick
ine (iskin. , nines
from Wichita Good house, two pastures fenc
ed, entire farm fenced, good well, wind pump.
, good bam. cribs, granarv.mllk
Terms, part cash, balance lime nt
Milvely.v vviililte lll2-r.i
T70B SALE The
X county, 23u acres on
plenty of fruit.
ITOB SALE Household goods, almost new.
' Those wanting anv thing in that line can get
a bargain by calling at corner of South Market
and Greenvvaystreets. dll2-(.t
JOKSALE A wind mill andwatertank.very
'cheap. Iniulreori. W Graham, dlll-tt
J0lt S vLI-5-.Woniplete photographer's out-
Ot cheap. Call on or address, Will Kroeu
crt.jtJerman Grocer dlll-nt
FOB sALE One set ofMcNeal A I'rhan vault
doors. WicniTv National I!vm.
IfOR SALE A few choice blocks jel unsold
' In Perry's addition These are the cheaiicst
street, (ip)Hiilte llanliiig A Fisher's
Attorney at Law.
B. C. SCHBOEDEB,
Physician and surgeon. Office west side of
Main street In W. Winch's new building, near
postoffice. Besidencc on Main street, bet. Cen
tral and Third streets, Wichita. d-102-im
D. A. MITCHELL,
ttorney-at-lawand collection agent. No. 14
Main street. Wichita, Kansas. l.'7-tf
W. G. HACKKB.
lots in Wichita.
ee them at once.
N F Nil li:ul. vNpKii
T?OU SALE At tvvo story frame dwelling,
X, sitnated on south ToiK'ka avenue, nearthc
Applv on the
comer of lrdlanaHdis ntieet
premises to .1.1 lletnel
EABN FOB SALE Barn with room for four
horses and buggy room cheap for a few
'tlays, by J. L. Cooper. 1,'Kidtr
"I70B SALE Nice base burner hard coal
Telephone orders to the
i70BSvLK ( OBS
7 ZejihvT Mills.
TOOB SALEA good stock of groceries on the
s.- best rorncrni town
Wkiuta LamA Lov C
lots conv en
100 lots conveniently
FOBSALE-On long time;
ientlv located. Jul each ;
iently lacaled, Ui corn ;
1 ocated. $75 each.
17OB SALE Choice building lots on forth
. Bide of town ; street cars to the property
Apply to L. F Sherwood, dentist, over in Main
FOB SALE Nine-room residence, cor F.m
)ioriaavc and Oak st j east front, l.Vl feet;
carrl age-house, stable, cistern, li yd rani ev ery
tbing pertaining to a Urst-class liome. Terms
FOB SALE Horse, buggy ami harness ; bug
gy and harness new t horse voung and per
fectl) gentle ; one of thobet lnmtlv horses in the
city. Call at Cooper's stabli-s. ' 1Jj?:tJ
"TJOB SALE Nine residence lots for sale or
X' trade ; located ou bouth Market street;
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Betall Deab-rs in
And all Kinds of
Stone, Lime, Cement, and Hair.
Ft. Scott Flageingr,
Grey & Blue Stone.
Office at Big Bed Scales, No. 70, Douglas Ave.,
South Si de.Ncar Depot. tf
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent.
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE 100 DOUGLAS AVENUE
Over Barnes' Drug Store.
Largest Apcy in the Valley.
DIETER & CAMPBELL,"
Contractors & Builders
BRICK AND STONE!-
Parties desiring sidewalk or Wlntleld flag
ging of all slro will do well to call and get
price. Leave orders at W. 1' Stem's office on
Ijiwienceave . south of Douglas ave. d-5-tt
Exton s Corn Mills.
FmeGroDOJanSpeJ Com Meal.
Ground Corn and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
promptly. Telephone to Ex-
"We are pulling fodder now. I've hired two
men to pull by the day and two to pull by
t he hundred bundles. I wont to see w liich is
the cheapest But they get me anyhow, and
I can't help it If they pull by the day they
Son's drug uoutmake 150 good bundles apiece, which
41- Wiry oucnt to make at 7j cents a duv. and if
they pull by the hundred they make over 200
bundles, and some of them are mighty light
But it is all right I reckon. They are watch
ing mo and I am watching them. It is the
Fame old story capital against labor. There
are tricks in all trades. You can count the
hands in a bundle, but you can't count tho
blades in a hand, and so they can make them
heavy or make them light according to pay.
I've hired cord wood cut by the cord and
they can pile it so loose that a pack of hounds
can follow a fox right through it and nevci
touch a hair. But it is no deep laid tcheme
to cheat you. They are just Mobbing along
and you can settle with a daikey easier than
with any creature upon the earth. A mean
man can pay them in bacon nt 15 cents a
pound and Hour at 4 when the cah would
buy one at 10 and tho other at 2, and he can
cheat them 25 per cent, in the weights and
they will never krow any ljetter and twver
Tho Lord never made such an easy unsus
pecting creature as a free nigger. There ure
white men who take advantage of them and
cheat them and get their lalwr for thIr vit
tles and clothes, but the darkey is .-uro of a
living anyhow, for it he cant tarn it ho can
steal it, so it is all right anyhowaii'l the races
keep alwut even. Homo fanners are tricky
too, when they tiko chickens to town the
Dii-Kiy uiic- are. sure 10 go, ami 1110 oest jo-totoe-i
uu; put on top of the basket Tho
richest pine is on the outside of the load,
anil tome l-otttn com will get in tho teller
when tho meal i for market Tho
merchant has his tricks loo. Ho will
bait you with something for less than
cost anil make it up on something else at 50
(icr cent. To keep up with hard competition
howillst-ll you (hoes with pasteboard soIls
mid nails that bieak in tvvo under the ham
mer, mid shoddy goods of all sorts, for his
customers want everything nt tho lowest
prico whether it is good or bad, audit is
buckle and toiiguo whether tho merchant can
get ahead of his customers or they get ahead
of him. One thins is certain, when tho mer
chant forgets to charge anything it Is lost,
forever lost If ho makes amistako in chaiigo
or weight or measuro lie hears of it if it is in
his favor, and if it is the other way may l.u
he don't I don't xnovv for certain.
The miller mixes corn meal with his Hour
nowadays. They all do it up north and our
millers say thoy have to do it too to keep up,
and thoy comfort themselves with the idea
that it is healthier and better, even though it
U a fraud uron tho consumer. The baker
gives six loavps for a quarter instead of live,
and that .satisfies his customers, though the
live weighed just as much as tho six do now.
Anything to satisfy and keep the pxplacalin
and serene. There is a power of comfort in
going home and showing up their bargain".
It proves that you are smart in a trad?, 01
jiopular with Iho merchant, nnd that shows
how smart a good merchant is for ho can
luako ninety out of 0110 hundred customers
believe ho likes them liettcr than anybody.
Civility nnd a little pleasant ilattcry is
splendid capitol for a merchant If my w ifo
was to hear accidentally that a mercliant in
town told somebody that she had tho prettiest
and liest mannered daughter in the commun
ity she would go right there to trade and
wouldn't Jew him down on unything.
But tho biggest fraud of all h in tho mar
rying business, and tho man is guilty of it
heap oftoner than tho woman. I'm not talk
ing aliout tho regular society woman in a
town or a cit j" for I don't think that any
liody can cheat her, she is generally an ice
lerg in a pulsed of line clothes, and she don't
know how todo anything but read novels'
and visit, but tho average gill who marries
for love is oftener fooled than the average
man. The timo UK-d to lie when a man
didn't begin to forget his wife until he had
been married ten or fifteen j ears, but now
lie forgets her in n few months nnd won't
stay homo of nights if he can help it Some
iiico sweet-tempered young married
women may lie seen now adays walking to
the end or ttio piazza about ten times in fifteen
minutes looking up the street for her husband,
but ho don't hardly ever come according to
I line. Tolks didn't do that way in my days,
and my sort of folks don't do it yet Mrs.
Arp don't have to look up tho road for me.
No, sir. I'm on hand before sho wants mo.
I am. This shows the good effect of early
training, and sol am obliged to advise the
young women to break in their husbands as
s-xin as Hissible. You can manago a colt
mighty easy with caro and kindness, but it
is almost iniKssible to reform a balky horse.
There nre tho tricks of tho lawyers that
would till a book mid are too tedious to men
tion, and tho tricks of the doctors nnd the
IKiliticians and the jiatcnt medicine men.
The editors help them last fellers out and di
vide tho profits. "They don't certify to the
lies, but they keep them spread outleforo tlio
people and scare them mighty nigh to death
with their awful pictures of snakes nnd hor
rible things. Well, it is a w onder that nny
body has got anything, for it looks liko most
everybody is trying to get what everybody
has got , and thev tako tho Highest cut to do
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOT & SHOE STOUE
H. HOITMASTER & SON.
There is no store west of Kansas City that has the assort
ment of goods that we have, and we will sell them to yoil as
cheap as our neighbors buy them. Do not take our word for it,
but come and see.
H. HOFFMASTER & SON,
137 Main St., Winch BoJldlnr
O. B. RTOCKER,
BID WARD VAIL & CO.,
Wholesale & Retail Jewelers,
No. 145 Main ST.,
NEXT DOOR NORTH OF WOODMAN'S BANK,
Show a large and attractive line of '
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Gold Pens, Cutlery and
At vrlcMaj low as the bitrb quality of the icood will vnnlt. We carry the largest tock of
Roods lnoorlin to lie found inSoathrrn Kans&a. Careful attention given to the repalrlnjrof
Watche, ClocktanC Jewelry hy skillful workmen. All good old engraved free of charge,
when roueglred. dl3lw:JI-lr
WICHITA LAND & LOAN 330" :
JOHN V. MOFFETT,
II. F. HARTZEL
(ansas Furniture House
Have the largest list of Lands nd City Lota in the county.
LOANS PLACED ON IMPROVED FARMS.
Short-time Loans a Specialty on approved personal and
Insurance Written in the Best Companies at Lowest Rates.
Collections Promptly Attended To. Correspondencf Solicited.
S3T OjRcc in rear of Ihtitk of Commerce corner DouyUtx and Loks
retire avenues Wichita, Kansas. " 121-f
WKOI.E.O.M.E AND IlKTAII,
Office and Yard on Wichita Street, South of Ft. Scett Freight Depot
Arc now ajfetcil tit the
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
. gCome ami examine otir goods and prices before purchasing else
where, and becoiivinced that wo mean business.
W. S. COUKETT, President.
II. II. IUCHAUO.S
A. HESS, Vice ITesidet.
BLACK, So. and Treat.
S. IV JOHNSON.
RED FRONT SHOE STORE !
Where you will find an extra-large & complete stock of
Boots and Shoes for Fall Wear!
Which is offered at Prices Lower than the Lowest.
i.. C. JACKSON
Platte Valley Packing- Co.,
ST. JOSEPH, :m:o.
Growers and Packers of the "Platte Valley Brand"
Canned Fruits and Vegetables.
WHOLESALE GROCER CO.
Incorporated January It, 1S81.;
AND 75 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, kANSAS.
BLOSS i MELVIN,
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing, Shoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
South Main Street, noxt to Cooper's Stable. I-tf
m U jE
H-iH WB" 1
C. L. ADAM
Kimmerle & Adams,
WICHITA MARBLE WORKS
MaDufjcturcr of an J Ocaler in
I0XUIHTS, T0IBST05ES, lANTLES !l TABLE TOW,
IBON FENCING, BUILDING ST0N2,
PIERCE CITY LIME.
HAIR, PLASTER & CEMENT.
No. 60 Main Street, between K!rt and Second. Wichita.
Hardware, Stoves, "and Tinware.
Galvanized Iron Cornice Work!
Sheet iron, Wagon Wood Work, Slate
& Iron Mantels, Etc.
ef All Kiads Slwrt Xtfke at Readable Rate
Agent for Van Pappcndan's Patent Tito Sealing.
Customers "will find at this house square dealing and low prices
Drop in when you want anything in this line.
No. 107 Douglas Avenue,
Platte Valley Sugar Corn tender, sweet and juicy.
grocer for it.
Ciimiinjr "Works, corner Fourth and I'atco Streets; Office, southwest cor
ner Third nuil Charles Streets, St. Joseph, Missouri. 116-Um
A llcftolulloii or Inquiry.
Lime Kiln Club. '
Professor Liglitfoot I'ajon presented tho
"IUsolvod, Put de wtretmy of (lis club bo
an' nm Iienhb- directe I to demand of do sec
retary of war in do moas' emphatic Iaiguiilp;e
w beder or no any of dt new pints, caes,
bay, inlets or mountains diskiverod by do
Greely larty in de jiohir regions w-nr named
artcr nny of de prominent cuikvt jmson'i of
dis Lcntryj If mi, dis chili would liko n list
of 'em. If not, a coiiKieskional investigation
will Ik demanded.-
Tlio resolution was untniinously ncreptnl
and ndoptcd 'niUiout debate, ami tlio secre
tary nt once vnt out for a liottle of rtsl ink
and a 10-eont pcnhoMer.
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT COMPETITION PRICES.
IB. JL, .A. 3ST G-IR, I ID (3-IE,
COUTEACTOR &c BTJILDEE,
Plant, NpcciricafionaA; Estimates Furnished on Short Notice.
Kralclenre Tlilnl and
J3"?oulli slild of Doiiplap Hxenje, near brlilse.
tot! re box (fii, WIclilta, Kan-ns.
I am still in the ring. Come and see me at the old s-tand, corner of Market
and Doiijjla' avenue
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
SNIVEJLY & WILHITE
The Restless, Sleepless & Reliable
REAL ESTATE, LOAN & INSURANCE FIRM.
(Jo to tliern fur bargains. Tliey drive tliplr own teama, keep good carriages, ami
(how their property cheerfully, anil they tell ll too.
Writo Insurance Do Conveyancing, Bent Houses, Make Collections, and
In short do a llrt-clns (no ciirb-itone) business Jj-Oflire oer llanlinp; A Fisher's book
store, Mrln itreetA. Wichita, Knnoiii.
...T. ,M6 .
nought and f..)kl on couinilsslou
H. L. HILL'S
Horse & Mule Market,
Douclas Avenue, west of Water St.
Auction Sales Daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Horses & Mules, Wairous k Busiriex. Harness i Saddles,
Country stilei a p iclalty. ETerythlnR nold guarantecil an
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
(SUCCESSOUb T() ALI.HN & TUCKEU.)
Wiolesale and Retail
SL F. FE,I3B3SriD SB CO.
LAND & LOAN OFFICE
If you !eiru to buy, hell or exchange rral cutatc of nny kind, or borrow
or loan inoiu-y on ruul cMntc or chattels, givo m a call. Wo hnvc the bent
fncilitieA for our business. Correspondence solicited.
Ofkick, 12-2 Doii'tlas Jvenue. ... Wichita, A'ansnt
Aidrich & Brown,
Goods nt; Kansas City Prices.
Soeno: Tnblo d'hoto fiishionatilo hotel on
Ihvside; Ih'r market day. Fanner of the old
school luus dined. Waiter I'liiisliel, sir?
Fanner Fat's the cliairgp.' Waiter Five
shillinRs, please. Fanner (startled) Five
shdlin'st Wivl, I'm nae dcon yet. KoMimes
Tlio Potomar Flat.
Tho malaria-breeding Potomac Hats in
Washington exit no louger. .fter years of
exixnsive vork they bavo been practically
reclalniel, and aru now dry and linn.
on 'k eoHl otllee.
For particulars call at (XtUens
IOUTILVUK A farm for city iirocrty.
J? A. I,. AL'kTl.N.
TORSAI.K CHEAP From 10 to
J choice land near thcclty
Cor. Douglas and I.awTince axes.
'j acres of
107-tf A I. ArsTis.
FOU SALK One of the most desirable honii
In Wichita ; No 451 Fourth ntenue. south
f Central ; ground li"iJ) feet, thoroughly set
with blue-grass; choicest arietie of fruit,
largely in bearing, and abnnilant shade ; hous--ontaln
10 rooms, ample closet room, and Is in
drst-class repair; good cellar, two ells, cis
tern, barn and outbuildings ; also gas ami
vater For particulars enquire of Y Y Klrk
wood on premises. HT-tf
TM)rt SALK-One of
J; Sedgw ick county,
the cheapest farms
A. I. Afsnv.
Cor Douglas ami Lawrence Bves
IOK SAU An old established and profitable
busineu, centrally located; a splemlid
business chance ; good reasons
Address A., caro Eagle office.
IOIt SALE Cheap bouse of Tour rooms on
? Wichita street near Ft hcott depot, .V) foot
cast front, rruit and shade trees. Price l,Mi).
ISnIIw Sni v Kl YJt Wn.n i te,
FOU SALE CHEAP. One bundn-d and sixty
acres of land in Waro ton nshlp Ner house
two room., .V) apple trees bearing, 1(W p-ach
trees, cherries, Ac, also about three-fourths of
an acre of fine blackberries 30 acres fenced
With wire, Wacres In cultivation I"ricc J,.VO.
13Sd lw Smtelt A Wiliiitk.
LOST A buffalo robe, east of the Santa Fe
railroad, between-the Globe Iron works
and the brick yard. A liberal reward will bo
paid if returned to this office. ISsJot
T?OBEXCIIANGK-A Xo.l farm.well imorov
X ed, to exchange for cattle.
It, P. O. box 4il.
DYEING & CLEANING
Works 217 Main Sirer).
G. A. Peoples, - Proprietor.
J. F. STAFFORD
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
lluctine outfits renteJ on rconable terms .
IP YOU AHE OOINO TO Bl. S" A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond Pin, Slete Itu'.tons, King, Watches,
Chain or In fact everything, It will pay
you to go and see
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, If nehasanythlngou want, youcan save
money bv tuning of him- KJ"Two doors west
ofTremont llouse, next to Mederlander's land
office. II Douchts trenne Wichita Kansas.
The Great English
tous debility, and
all weakness of the
Before Taklaf. frice. one packaceiAfUrTaKlnr,
$1; six forts, by mail, tree of postace. Sold
by all druggists. Pamphlet free to eve rv appli
cant Address all communications to the tiro
Srletors. the Mnrray Medicine Co., Kansas Ct It,
to. CJ-Sold In Wichita, wholesale and re
tail, bv Aldrich A Brown. HM-wlvr
Arkansnw Traveler: It nin't de man vthut
read do nios' dat thinks de mo'. It nin't d
pusson whut eats de mo-.' dat's de slrone-i'.
The IIe-i:aCer and tlie l.iiiicliiiiau.
The other day a newspaper nmn, en route
from Columbus to his home m Cincinnati in
search of a clean tdiirt, might have lon seen
munching n piece ot pic at tho lunch counter
of the deiot nt Xenia. Tho pie-eater ols
sorved to tho lunchman:
1 notice that this piece of pie N Ivlow the
-Well," was the reply, -tlia fact is. I am a
littlo short on pies this morning, und I had to
tuako a draft on the transfer pies. The
truth of the matter is, I 11 a piecw of pie to
a railroad employe or transfer band for 5
cents and I oiiarp jvnssvngers. 10 cnt. 1
cut a ssvnger pie into three pieces and g"t
thereby SO cents for a pie. The transfer pies
ore cut into four pieces, and 1 get -J cenU
for the pio from the transfer liauds. You
just ate n piece of transfer pie. Ten cents,
"If a passenger liapwia to get servel with
a hunk of transfer pi he lias to pay regular
jassenger rates, eh?"
"Supjwso the transfer pie should run out
and the jossenger pies lud to le served to
the railroad employe wLat rate would they
"There goes your train, tir.-
Tho Current: Why a cvok or a b.ou'vicaid
should lie regarded as a "servant" any mor
than emiJoyes with other functions is net
Wanted To Be an .Intel.
Little Willie was fond of throwing stones
at the jwing school-boys and then taking
refuge behind the hall door One day h did
not get away so easily, and, faring Iirtttv
badly, be burst into his nunt's presence with
tho tears nmningdown his cheeks, and sobbed
out in great wrath. "I just wish 1 was an
angel 'way up high, where the policeman
couldn't catch me, with my pocket fall cf
rocks, if I wouldn't give it to them boys-:"
Cleveland Voice: The type-writer i ojien
ing a new field of work for women wider
than all the legislation of Europe and Ameri
,1. O. Davidson, Pre. S. 1. Davidson. Vice-I'rcs. J. I.. Davidson, Scc'y.
The Davidson Loan Co.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farms and City Property
OFFICE WITH CITIZENS HANK. Northwest
Cornrr Main htreet and Dougla-s Avenue, )
OF WICJEaZIT-A., KLAJSTSAS
X. W. Cor. Main St. l- Douglas Ave.
W. E. STAXI.EY,
C. L. DAVIDSON
S L. DAVIDSON,
R. S CATEC,
J. O. DAVIDSON.
The capital stock of the bank 1 nor hundred thnu.aud dollars, lxty thouund dollars of which
Ian, giving the Institution a tiscklns t-qual to any banking hoa In the Slate.
la owned by New Encland capitalist and gavlupn bnk who repreent over ten million iiol-
irs. civicc me insiunuon a uac&inz equal to anr oanKinc lna in Uie Miate.
The liank will receive deposit, boy and ell forelfrn nt dnme.tlc txrhnfr,mxr loan,
doapeneral banking lKisine Ue shall endeavo" to trauurtall bn.lnrs. mtruitl tou In a
manner, and upon terms, satisfactory toourccotomeis. and solicit a i.har of the public r-a-ti'Qaie
WILSON 5c TOMS,
02T SOT- LOTJIS, MISSOtTEI.
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money uc Sight, Commission Very Low.
We have connected
In detail Buy, Sell & Exchange Western property for Eastern, and vice verna
Call on or address
M. L. GARVER.
.Manager of tho Wichita Branch, WICHITA, KANSAo
Office over T. II. Lynch'- store, Douglas avenue.
-F. W. SWAB!--
fMlK.Cr-SrtOlt 111 F. VJACKMAN.)
Keeps on hand tine goods of the latuM itjlen. Th largest stock In the
city. Satisfaction guaranteed. No trouble to chow good. Call and
B1. -w. av-j.23,
rirtt I)Hr North orCountr llulldlu
MAJOR BROS. & HOLLIDAT,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WHOLESLE JL3STID RETAIL.
133 DOUGLAS AVENUE. OOOIlS DELIVERED ON SHOKT NOTICE.
THE LEADING JEWELLER!
126 Douglas Ave., opposite Bank of Commerce.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Etc., Etc.
EasL'Mienl ani Wtiihz llini of Everj Viritlj and All Dewriptioai.
r5" Spf-cial Attention Paid to Repnirlzur Watcbr. Clocks and
Fittinir Spectacle and Ere-Olomes.
Jewelry, and to
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
r o n.trjitsoy, remittent.
S l. J.trirSOX,rire-l'rri't.
JOllX C DURST. Cashlr.
C. X, HA riimoy, Srernarz
LUMBER. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH
Manufacturers of the celebrated
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
Ninety-ieveii per cent, pure Lime. Two barrels will go a far a three of
any other Lime.
Lczisvilis Csneni, 2Cchitt Piaster and Hai
Lawrence ave., near Douglas,
slxsjz cz hand.
S. D. PALLETT,
BOND & EVANS,
STAPLE & FANCY
27 Main Street,
Corbett's Old Stand
THEE FINLAY ROSS
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
Tho Laric-at Establlahtnent in th City for
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
)Mw Stata SMr- Futai, Uaikqua Pole. CoraKei, Halj Cirruret, lu.
Scss Block, oppssito ?cttefflc - 15 isd 17 lln Strwt.
H. W. KENDLE,
00, CLOTH, ASD IETALUC UfAkl CASES.
CASKETS. BOBE8, OLOVE9. CliTV.P':, ETC.
IIT ivuiturhtar A prtti Uj.itioo dlw.t u WJrLIU t'lh.Urr tjae, Ur uwa
Vt lftaz Atrxue. U irh U. Kd.. t Pr"J-t tltmlnm Units by Tittjrmph.
Read This and Remember.
There arr verj few tb of inanj- who carry watr hea w ho erer tlituk'of tlcJr
delicate ineeiianixtr, or of the extraonlinarr ami nticcair! labor Uy twr
form. Tbfrw are nuiny who think that a watch outfit lo run arnl krrti aijtul
time for year without a jmrtide of oil, who woultl not think ot ruulK
common plwe of mariiincry a tlsjr without oiling hchceJ, which ilo Luta
fraction of the ervic. Forexnmt.Se, the main.wheJ make I revolution
In Si hour, or 1.4C0 i a rear; the wcontl, or center-wheel, '21 rerolpUon
in2i hours or P.760 in a year; the thinl wh-I V2 In 2i hour, or Hi)) lu
a year; th fonrth fwliich carries the serond hand), I.ltOin U hour., or VOtfM
in a year; the ftMb. or cape-wheH, lSKM in 24 hours or fi2W in a jmr:
while the beat or vibration In 2i hour are iZiXf), or t$fXifft in a yew.
No. e8, DonjrJM Avenue. - - . - - LwrenoV Drug fltor.
Santa Fe Bakery
1872- ESTABLISHED. -1084
ECKARDT& SCOTT, Proprietors.
0V)DS DEX.rVJOtKD TO AWT TAUT OF TSJS
(NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER!
j Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors & Blinds.
AnH "RTrprTHnltr will wnnr fn rlrlo Vmt ran crnt Trnnr ! & ce and Whii'- Pine Yard veit e"d " tglas avenue Velio
. ,vijwv.j ,. ...w w iiUo, J.VIX u &v,i, ; VjC Yard acrou the stnei
Buggy and be ready by calling at
Buying a Buggy at any price, from $50 to $250, for the
next 30 davs.
J. L. COOPER, Prop.
jLOUIS RANKE. . Greiffensteix's
j Clothing Cleaned &. Repaired.
CJ Sbop oa Pocl Te. t Aoar it
Brows Vrf aaftiiia aot, Wlfbiu w-tf
7th and 8th Additions
TJ)I U t3KJ DKftt riThl rrJV J.TrtI
Pric Lo. Terms Emv
Well Boring and Drilling
ProarUij- t la ,rSk 1 rrrst!f
trcoat.m A rtls -li zzi. xzA prutyrrilf
3tt. ratirctla(.airasU Tlr
xjrf5. Oatautrt"! AA&nt
tSGESAj 3&Cf4 .
Or If i criT Trltb V A rtrirt , Al.r Is
vt. ityogM ArrssKbiu,
Brs. Curtis & BeDJamin,
Douglas Avenue Honae,
WICHITA, - - KANSAS
PiT Dm. Ctirtin St Bojatnis mk m. rpo.
ialty of all Chronic and Private DuMsa. bQO.OO REWARD
for an7 c&m of Cat&rrh we fail to care, if prorwmnced corbl by xxm.
Wc r the only pbyfdn In Kaaa e4a lks erltUrU Dr. Kck
rtrait for catirrk. Con.tulatlo and ejusminatifjn free ta all. &-tf
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