Newspaper Page Text
jyi - - "
"-5-f Vyf 55?
y. ssf-Snr.gr- liSi-SsY'javjg
THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, THUSSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6. 1884,
l- I IS
. C vS
R. P. MURDOCK, Busmen Manager.
Has the Largest Circulation of any Daily Paper
in Southvrettern Kansas.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
IA1LT 11V MAIL,
One coiy. one year.
One copy, six months
One copt, three months..
One copy, one month
By earner, per year. . .
Hy carrier, three months
Jy carrier, one month.
, 4 tO
, 2 00
Twenty cents per week Jelb ered lr carriers In
the City. Postage prepalA.
One copy, one ear $2 00
One copy, six months 1 00
TO ADVERTISERS :
Our rates for advertising shall be as low as
hose of any other paper of equal valne as an
All transient adrertisements mutt he paid for
Entered in the Pottofftct at Wichita, ai second
class matter, and entered ta transition through the
mails as such
DR. S. W. RICnUOND,
Magnetic phyhlclan. Cures dlseasat of avery
name and nature by mag: etlc treatment, with
out medicine. Ills cures are speedy and per
manent, and charges, rersonabl. Diagnosis
and consultation free. I'artira from a distance
can board with him at reasonable rates. Office
on outh Water street, Wichita, Kansas.
Attorney-at-Iaw. Office on Douglas avenue,
over Lyncn's dry goods store. 129-tlm
W. M. JOUXSOJf, m. v.,
Homcropathlst. Temple block, third stair
way north or postofflce; Wichita. Kansas
Office hours from 7 to 8 a.m.. Ito 3 and 7 to 8
p.m Chronic diseases a specialty. 123-tf
Advertisements in this column trill be charged for
at the rale of five Cmts per line per iriti. ."to
advertisement taken for lest than 23 cents.
WTXSTED SItnatlon In a grocery store bya
TT young man or exprience. with unecep'
Address W. 1.
(t E tr.LE
WANTED Any lad with a small capital
wishing to engage in a permanent and
lucrative business would do veil b calllngon
S..T. Tlndall,3niopkaattue atonre
-llovs whr-want to main money
Itutcher's rag warehouse.
319 JN Main street dllh-bt
to call nt Mr
WANT ED A girl rrom 12 to 11 cars or ace,
inasmall iamily; no clilldren Will
pay wages or tale heraml proide rorheras
one or our family. Inquire at No .IG north
Emporia avenue' HfMtf
"irANTED A good boy to do errands at the
New lork Meat Market, North Main st ,
Thos. A Ooodchlld, Propr. dHi-tt
"f'17'AXTEl) Coat and vest maker married
DU. W. h. DOYLE,
Dt.VTi-T. Office over Barnes A Son's drug
tore. Centennial block. W lchlta. 41-
L. F. SHERWOOD,
Dentist. Office In Ferrell Building oppotlte
!Kloffice, Main street, Wichita, Kansas.
Teeth extracted without pain by nltros oxide
G. W. C. JONES.
Attorncy-at-law. Office In Eagle block, over
dry goods store .
I)H. W. 8. McBUBNIE,
Fonncrly physician and surgeon to the Louis
"He uty and Marine hospital, and
officer or Springfield, Illinois, baa located at
A REPORTER'S WORK.
Wanted Good Memory, Clear Head,
Pluck and Integrity.
arlne hospital, and late health
No. 19 Main street. oDDOslte the oostoffice.
ror srenprsl nmetlrj RnMJnl attpntfnn nalH tn
rmiw.ilnirv a!m1Wi i.lrnl Tiaflia Of.
flee hours 8 to 10 a.m. and 2 to 4 p. j-.. and at
Dr. Y. P. McBurnio baa otened rooPs one
block south of Douglas avenue on east aide or
u aicr street lor me special taeatraent or ail
Female disehses Hours 2 to 5 p. m. on Mon
dajs, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TEBUY ft DUMONT,
Architects and Superintendents. Office in
Itoye' block. Wichita, Kansas. 2-tf
D. W. SMITmT
Dkntibt Eagle building, Douglas avenue,
man or German iircf- rrcd Address at
once, G W. Adams, Lldorado, Kan. 137diw
"17"AN1 ED Board lu a private family w here
l fen other boarders arc kept, by a young
entleman. Mnst be ctntrallj located Ad
rcssJohn.cityP O. 13-
WANTED A house or rour or lite rooms
within Tour blocks or Douglas aveuue
Enqnbt! or Arkansas JUver I.uml.rJi lSTtf
rANTED A nurse girl Apply at .1 P.
Furlong's, cor. Uoixkn me anil i-irsl
"17"ANTED Lnnd-buy rs to know that we
T V have for sale all the best lands near war
"IT"ANTED Laml-bnjers to know that It is
YV to their Interest to gutoGarilm Plain
eal Estate Agency to buy land.
d-5-tf Ta i.on ft Piht.
WANTED Lvt rvboily In this town to buy
buggies or J J. Coojitr nt Cooper's
table, where they can buy them at from 20 to
40perccnt less than or uuj other house In the
"ITrANTED Eicrybody to know that I am
W now selling my $lii0hugglts at isl 10 and
my $110 buggies at 41-"0, to close out.
S9-tr J. L Coui-fr
T7"ANTED To know oirylxniy who uanti
If to buy, fell, rent, or trade lots In W ich
Ita, or fanns in Kannas, for proirty in other
states. Gitcmeacall and gi tor Ic at descrip
tion of procrtyt K. A. Itciinan's Land Ex
"YITANTED good girl for general housc
Tt work hniiulreorW V. slnulej.
J W tDAJIS. .EO. W. ADAMS.
ADAMS ft ADAMS,
AttorncjyatLaw Will practice in state and
rederal courtH Office in Eagle Block, Wichita,
Kai sas. dl30-
IIAItltIS ft IIAUUIS ft FIKEBAUGII,
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wich
-I. SI. BALDEUSTON,
Attoiinkyat law, Wichita, Sedgwick county
Knn'f.H Office In Centennial Block.
a. w coLtive.s,
HOBT. St. riATT
Attorneys at f.ftw. Will praatlce In both state
anil Federal courts. Office In Temple block,
Main street, second stairway north of Post
office, Wichita, Kansas.
E. B UK.NTZ,
I'lij niclan and Surgeon. Office over Fuller ft
J. J. CKIST,
Architect and Sujirlntenilent. Office, Frail
Werner's block, Dorglas avenue, between To
lkiiiitemie and Lawrence St., Wichita, Kan.
De mist. Office In Temple block.
STANLEY ft WALL.
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
aer e lllzens' bank.
1TOlt KENT A nirnlshtdroomatSWLauTenrc
. avenue, utt Mitheulist church. ilUW.t
FOIt KENT T'o fumlslicil rooms on Uantrat
and rift) avenues .IikcImi A '1 l.oinjs
17011 KENT Two front
E Se'cond and aco wts
nlshed Call on .1
rooms, near corner
, furnished orunfur-
Ilumphrev A .Son, Kaglu
FOll KENT A suite orofllce rooms over Citi
zens Bank. Appl nt hank vtf
i on .s.it.i:.
IOIt SALE A nirei legitimate
'ncesatNo lLast Douglas
emlre the premises.
FOll SALE An almost new Domestic sew
lng machine, 'I elrawers, ilrop lenf, price-.
U. D K1UK,
Mtomev at Ijiw Itoom No. 3, U. S. Land
building, Wle-hlia, Kansas.
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and
style b. lie also carries the finest assortment
of picture frames in the city. Give him a
friendly call and examine samples. d-2-tf
J. I. HOUSTON', r. W. lKTLT
HOUSTON ft BENTLEY,
Allornevs at Ijiw Office over Kansas Na
tional bank, Wichita, Kan.
VIOV1-.K ft BACHTEL,
Contractors and builders, on Firt street, west
of County building.
I reeo painter, sign writer and
Kalhemilnlng, paper hanging, etc.
to building, on Dougla ave.
E. 11. BROWN.
' New house
(30eio Aildret..', II Miumau, Wichita
-A bargain In north part oftovwi
house, i. rooms, nllar. stone lounda-
tlon, lot MixHo feet Must be sold ut once
Part time Price. fM.wi. Snivel) ft Wllliitn
1""7iORSALK Ihecheaiiest'' rann In f-edgvvick
1 county, 21n acres on the Conskln, 7 miles
rrom Mlc'lilta Oood Siouse, tuopastures fenc
ed, entire rsrm fenced, good will, wiml pump,
Iilent ofrrult, gemd barn erllm, grannrv.iniik
iouhc, &c. Terms, liart eah, bt.lauce lime at
tjpero-nt Siiively ft ilhlte dlli-U
J70R SALE Household goods, almost now
' TIiobu wanting anjtldng in tiiit llueca'i get
a bargain bv calling at eonur or South Market
andJLircenwsv utreets. ill). '-fit'
BAILS' FOR h LV. Barn with room lor lour
horses and buggy room che-ap for n fi'vv
elays, ') J. L. Cempir I J dtf
OR SALE Nice base burner bard coal
Telejihonv ordert to the
i.1 stove. lX'rtltr
FOR SaLE OHS
FORSAI.K On long time; 1". lots conven
iently located, fce.l each : 23 lots conven
iently lacjited, Sinn earli
located, 871 each.
loo lots conveniently
170R SALE Choice building lots on north
: sldeor teivvn ; street cars to the prope rtv
Apply to L F. Shcrvv ood, dentist, eiver Pe Slain
37H)RSALE Nine-room ri'sidence, cor. riii
? poriaavc. nndOek st : east rpint, l.Ml Te-e't ;
carriage-house, stable, cistern, hjelrnnt everj -thing
pertaining to a lirst-clnsi home T erms
I70R SALb Horse, bnggy and harness ; bug
. gy and hanicss new ; horse v oung and per
fectly gentle ; one or the lt raimly horses in the
city. Call t Cooier's stables llu-tf
17OR SALE Nino residence lots Tor silo or
J1 trade ;.locate-el on South Market HtreHl
For particulars call at Citizens
170RSALE CHEAP rrom 10 to 7 ceres
A choice lands near the city
A rami Tor citv propertv
A I. Al'STIN,
Cor. Douglas and Laurence ares.
J. F. LAUCK,
MtonieyatI.au, Wichita. Kansas.
E. C KUGGLES,
ttomev-at-lavv. Office over No.
Street. Wichita, Kansas.
DR. .I.C. DEAN,
IIlvtist. Rooms in Field building,
street. opjioslte llanling ft Flnher's.
W. F. WALKER,
Attorney at Law. Office over Kansas Na
I). A. MITCHELL,
Attoroev-at-law and collection agent. No. 14
Mainstree't. Wichita, Kansas. l.T-tf
R. 0. SCIIROEDER,
l'hvtdcinn and surgeon. Office and residence
si side of Main street In
W. Winch's new
DR. .1. E. OLDHAM.
OUlco corner LawTence and Donglas avennes
Residence Topcka avenne, between Central and
Third, opposltc.I. R Stead's residence, dllitf
A O. LOWELL,
(ineral house) renting business, Wichita,
W. G. HACKER.
L. C. JACKSON
A L Aisnv
IJiOR SALE One or the most de slrnble homi s
7 In W lchlta ; No. ". ronrth avemi-. south
of Central ; grounds li"i")oo r e t, thoroughly se t
with blue-grass; choice-st vailetie-s of fruit,
largely In liearing, and abundant sliado ; house
contains 111 rooms, ample closet room, and is in
first-class repair ; good cellar, two wells, cis
tern, barn and outbuildings ; also gas ami
water Fir particulars inquire or W W Klrk
wewdon premi-e s 117-tf
T70RSALF One or the che-spest rarms In
A Sedgwick county. A L Austin,
Cor Douglas and Lnwrvnre aes
FOR SALE An old established and protltablo
business, centrally le'cnted; a xplendld
business caanco ; gooil reasons
Address A., care Eagle office
"I7OR KVaiANUK AlHint SGoO worth of dry
jl goous loriiij propenv
ORKACHANGi:-V No 1 Jarin.welliinnrov.
to exchange- ror cattle
ita, P. O bo tul
Contractor. Carpenter and Joiner.
Will do all kinds of carpenter and .lolncr
wort on short notice, suiifl, Mair llailings,
Sas Doors, lillnds, Do ml W Indow Frames
ty Shop, 138 Main sunii Resilience 011
Lawrrnpe Wenue near Cenrtal ; Post-eifjce
Clothing Cleaned &, Repaired.
CJ" Shojion Douglas avenue, two eloors east
Brown'ROt auction house, Wichita tiC-tr
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale, and Retail Dealers In
And all Kinds or
Szor.c, Lime, Cement, and Hair.
Ft. Scott Flagging,
Groy & Blue Stone.
Office at Rig Red Scales, No. 79, Douglas Ave.,
South SI do.Near Depot. tf
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent
Firo, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE 100 DOUGLAS AVENUE
Over Hames' Drug Store.
Largest Agency in tto Valley.
Extons Corn Mills.
Fine Gronntl antlBoltetlCorn Heal.
Ground Oorn'and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
Order filled promptly. Telephone to Kx
011 ' cosl oflice.
Works 217 Main Street.
"A Natara! Nose for Newa" Sift
ni Anmljxm aad Tbrovr
Obi Eater Not Into
M. Quad' 'Talk with the Boj-."
There are reporters bom for the profession:
there are others who learn it as a trade. It
is the first who maVe a success.
To be a good reporter one should be fairly
educated. He should be well posted on gen
eral subjects. He should hare a good mem
ory, a clear bead, lot of pluck, and the de
termination to withstand temptation. His
style of writing should be easy and smooth.
Let him relate his incidents and happenings
in plain, every-day garb. But there is much
beyond this. Hemusthavewhattheboystenn
"a natural nose for news." One reporter will
pass a broken-down wagon and simply realize
that an accident had occurred. Another will
investigate and perhaps find a runaway and
a broken leg in the same thing. One reporter
will pass within a block of whero some terri
blo accident has occurred and find no hint of
it Another will be drawn to the spot as if
by magnetim. Ono will see three or four
gamins running across the street and simply
realize that he sees them. Another will scent
a fire, accident, row or robbery in the move
ment. The reporter who learns his profession as a
man learns to file a saw, tumbles into bed at
night with a feeling that he is demo with the
world for the next sov en eir eight hours. The
reporter born for the place alo sleeps, but
the first sound of the fire bell pulls hun out
of bed. Footsteps running past his window
mean a great deal. The ono is satisfied to let
news como to him through official records or
by chance. The other mokes friends
with the police, firemen, letter-carriers,
and indeed with all grades and classes
of men. If he is a good fellow he
can get 500 men to act as nevv-s-bringers.
While murder, ar-ion and jobbery are pub
lic news, and soon find their way to polico
headquarters, from w Inch any reporter can
receive particulars, thero are scores of in
cidents and accidents to be picked up and
published long before thoy are eiflicially re
ported. One citizen may know of a child be
ing scalded in his neighborhood; another pt
a theft; another of an accident to a work
ingman; another of a runaway in which a
pereon was injured, and to on through the
list. And tho succesff ul reporter must have
considerable knowledge of human nature,
and his mind must contain a slevo through
which to sift his information. Nine men and
women out of ten w ho givo information either
to reporters or detectives exaggerate. If a
household awakens in the morning to find
that thioves have paid them a visit certain
results will follow. The loss will be exagger
ated; thero will be talk about the family be
ing chloroformed; some neighbor, who was
sound asleep at tbo time, will remember of
seeing strange men about or of hearing
strange noises; suspicion will bo directed at a
dozen different persons; three or four women
in the same block will assert that attempts
were also mode on their back doors or kitchen
windows. In brief, instead of a plain, simple
fact, tho reporter will find his item so mixed
and confused that he must sift and analyze
and throw out until common sense tells him
that he has arrived at tho truo facte.
The reporter is trusted as to his facts. lie
must be a man worthy of tills trust. Ho
must trust others to a certain degree. He
cannot make a journey of three miles to
verify the statement that n man fell off a
scaffold and broke hh leg, but ho must know
something of tho man who gives him the
news. Neighbors often revenge thomselvos
on each other by giving false news. A man
may have fallen, but perhaps a sprained
ankle was all the injury rccehei You
must have the acumen to sift these things.
In seven cases out of ten if the average man
gives you the information that "a man up
on Blank street tumbled off his shed this
morning and broke a leg and four ribs"' the
real facts will sift out:
1. He was not on tho shed, but on tho fence.
2. He did not break his leg, but cut his
3. Ho did not break four ribs, but his wife
suspects that he cracked one.
And the successful reporter will ha vo temp
tations without number. Each day and each
night will bring them. His professional du
ties carry him where ho must bo exposed. Ho
will be asked to drink and smoke and gatnblo
because he is a good follow. Men who feel
under obligations to him will pay tho dobt
by holding out a temptation. He will mingle
tho misery and wickedness of a city with the
charity and morality. If he is not on his
guard ono evil habit nfter another will creep
01 er him, and a few j oars will Id him to
tho numberless wrecks floating and drifting
and (lriv ing about em tho sea of tho lost
But you want to be a reporter. I would
not discourage you, but I worn you that
thero is much of tho dog's life in tho pro
fession. Tho salary, ranging from $15 to
$25 per weok, is well carnoL Tho reporter
Is like a soldier in front of tho enemy. Ho
can call no timo his own; his hours for sleep
belong to the lire-bell and accident; ho must
be alert, vigilant, careful, prudent, untiring.
There is a feeling of responsibility which ho
cannot throw off; there is a monotony in
crimes, fires and accidents which rob them of
all the romance jou hae thrown around
them. But thero is room for you.
The Barb of the moors.
At tho horse show recently held in Algeria,
fine Mxjeimens of tho true African Barb wore
exhibited. They were nearly fifteen hands
in height, with a strong, compact body,
powerful limbs, arche 1 chest, fine head, and
glowing eyes. Tho French colonists in
Algeria are now giving considerable atten
tion tv breeding and rearing Barb, hoping
to retain all their superior qualities, while in
creasing the size to some extent say to full
fifteen hands, or a little more. The advisa
bility of breeding them up to sixteen hands
has been questioned, for fear they migh Iomj
something In compactnevs of form, strength
of bone, and toughness of muscle. The
colonists purchased about 3,000 of these
Burta of the Moors last year, for the purjosc
of increasing their breeding steick.
H. HOPFMASTER & SON,
Have oome to stay and by oar incraasint? trad we know that the
people of Wichita and vicinity appreciate what we are doine; in the
way of IiOW PBIOBS. We shall continue to give yon warranted
goods and when we say warrant we mean Just what we Bay, and
will stand to it if it takes the last dollar we have in the world. Do
not be deceived, but give us a call. We are regulating the prices
on BOOTS AND SHOES in this city and will convince you we are
the LEADERS and the rest imitate our prices as near as they can.
We will offer as a special present to all of our lady customers for
this week only, buying a pair of Fine Shoes, one bottle of Bixby's
Fine Shoe Polish, retails at 25c. Bemember the place,
HOFFMASTER& SON, WINCH BUILDING, MAIN STREET.
Sign, Red Wrapping Paper.
EDWARD VAIL & CO.,
Wholesale Retail Jewelers,
No. 145 Main ST.,
NEXT DOOR NORTH OF WOODMAN'S BANK.
Shows large and attractive Hue of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Gold Pens, Cutlery and
At price as low as the hl;h quality of the goods wm permit. W tarry the larjrest stuck of
rooin inoiirune 10 ie lounu in .vniiti-rn ttaa&ss. uarerai attention firsa 10 laarspainBiroi
watche. Clocks and Jewelrr bytkillftjl workmen. All roods sold ngraYw! frf of coarje,
RUDOLPH HATFIELD, PrMt. A M. DEXSY, Scr
B. D. ALLES, Vie Prl. aad Exaiulser
C T GUtHAV, Auditor.
J. W. llAlrtlXT, Trt.
JOHN V. MOFFETT,
n. F. HAKTZEL.
Kansas Furniture House!
WHOLESALK ASU KETAIl
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
WICHITA LAND fc LOAN CO
Have the largest list of Lands and City Lota in tha cotmty.
LOANS PLACED ON IMPROVED FARMS.
Short-time Loans a Specialty on approved personal and
Insurance Written in the Best Companies at Lowest Rates.
Collection Promptly Attsaded To. Ccrretrccdcn; Solicited.
83 Office in rear of Bauk of Commerce, comer Douglm and .
rtnet avenue Wichitn, Kansas. " ' 12!-("
0 I.. A11AM3
Olce aid Yard Wichita Street, Stalk f U Settt Freight Dept.
Are now offeted at the
RED FRONT SHOE STORE!
Whre you will find an extra-large & complete stock of
Boots and Shoes for Fall "Wear!
Which is offered at Prices Lower than the Lowest.
BCome and examine our goods and prices before purchasing else
where, and be'eonvinced that we mean business.
W. S. CORBETT. President. A. IIES9, Vice Preside. J. H. BLACK, 8e. nd TrMl.
H. n. RICHARDS S.P.JOnNSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER CO.
(Incorporated January 11, 1&34.J
N0S. 73 AND 75 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
Platte Valley Packing- Co.,
ST. TOSEOPJEC, JMIO.
Growers and Packers
Platte Valley Brand"
Canned Fruits and Vegetables.
Platte VaUey Sugar
Corn tender, sweet
jrrocer for it.
and juicy. Ask your
UBUuiujr Worku, corner Fourth and Patee Streets ; Office, southwest cor
ner Third and Charles Streets, St. Joseph, Missouri. 116-3m
RLOSS d MELVIN,
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing, Shoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
South Main Street, next to Cooper' StaUe. 1-tf
Hardware, Stoves, and Tinware.
Galvanized Iron Cornice Work!
Pumps, Tubing, Sheet iron, Wagon Wood Work, Slate
& I re 11 Mantels, Etc.
Repafriig f ill Kiiis n Sberl Nelire at ItrnseHablr Ratr
Agent for Van Pappcndan's Patent Tilo r.saflng.
Customers will find at this house square doaiinj,- nnd low pricee
Drop in when you want anything iu this lino.
No. 107 Douglas Avenue. - Wichita, Kansa
H. L. HILL'S
Horse & Mule Market,
Douglas Avenue, west of Water St.
Auction Sales Daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
..R-Jjy Horses k Jules, Wagons k ISofgies, Harness k Saddle!,
Ilotiftht and told ou cymihlislon Country pales a spact<j". Everything sold guaranteed as
represent ti. 87-tf
FIRST-GLASS WORK AT COMPETITION PRICES.
COlsTTRAOTOB Sc IB TJ I LID EIR,
Plans, Specifications it Estimates Ftirnlstie on Shart Natlce.
KJ-nnth aide of Donglae arenue, near bridge. Residence Third and Wichita streets
I'oittnllire box t2, Wichita, ham-as. dtt-tf
I am still in the ring,
mid Douglas avenue
Como and sec me at the old stand, corner of Market
BOHEMIAN LIFE IN THE TYROL.
, A. Peoples,
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors & Builders
BRICK AND STONE!"
Parties iloolrlr.p M.leunlk ot Wlufirld Alle
ging of all elies will lo well to fill sud in I
prices. Leave order at W. 1" stem' oflice on
Lawrence are , south of Douclaa are d-Vtt
Pore cure for pmorrliea, chonlee, pleet. In
flammation of the blmMer, Vidnrys, )-tn!e
gland ; white., Inflammation of the urethra,
Taplna whites, and all dlcies of either male
or female or the urlno-penltal orpins. Kor sale
b Swentxell A Ifciuplji', dniftgi-ts, or.jw.lte
ostoHlce Wichita Kana lli-tt
W. L. McBEE,
Sedgwick County Abstracter.
Abstracts of title compiled on ehort no tlce.
Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance.
O" Eeprcntln scen of Ibe largest com-
tnies in ine worm.
Grain and Produce Commission
Chicago market reports received every fifteen
mlnntra from 9.30 a. k to 2.30 r u U2!cc
under Citizens Hank, W lchlta, Kansas. Deal
rs In grain and produce Invited to make mj
OSes tnelr headquarters. d-S-tf
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Hun tin outfits rented on reasonable terms .
IF YOTJ ARE OOINO TO Bl.T A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond Iln, Sieve Itnttona, Kins, Watches,
Chain or In fact ererythlnR, It will pay
you to go and tee
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
Kor, ifnebas any thine yon want, yon can saTe
money by bnylnftof him- r-Two doors west
orTremont llonse. next to Mederlander's land
office. U Douslae rrenne Wichita Kansas.
7th and 8th Additions
This is the most desirable residence property
In the city.
Prices Low. Terms Eaay.
Well Boring and Drilling
Promptly done in Sedgwick and surrounding
countie. Artesian wells made and prosperity
done Satisfaction Guaranteed. Twelv
experience. Outfits for sale. Address
Or leave orders with H. A. SaTles. dealer in
pninp, etc, Donglas Avenne,; Wichita, Kan
On .Tlonntata Heights Tonne Tyros
ran Peasants The Alpine "Jodel."
Tyrol Cor. Pit nr Pre..
The beat of the af trrr.oon sun, which tin
spacious rooms of the Xcuo ami Alta Pinak
-tbek, with their glorious pictures, could no
help un to forget, lrotc us at last to tin
mountains of Tj rol's quaint old cnpital. Inns
brock on tho Inn. Hottl life, vith its t-tntcl
tnblo d'hote, its conventional rorticr nnd ob
soquious waiters ns not to be thought of, u
wt determined toMtk n Mlla.orrntbera jmr
tion of n summer villa where wo could livi
the bohemionne Iifo of wnLdcring artists, juk
leave our sketch Ixioks. panels and palette:
just where vto pleased, ent when wo ncn
hungry, nrd f) ep in no drrnd of n rising 01
A pirttj lj prl frrm whom wewen
purchasing alin-flower-r-refsing portfolio,
and to whom we applied inourneed, directet
us to t Le a cry place we wanted On the sid
of one of the eastern hills that dope down t
the mndly uhing gnen-grny waters of tin
river Inn, we found the remains of an ole
castlo, which the un.Tthetic culture of fiftj
years ago had converted into a "chlossartig
.ilia, leaving the tower foundations as thej
were, and carrjing up from them two octa
gon turrets which form the most charmim-
boudoirs nml morning room an artist eei
There are no end of lonely walks and ex
cursions to mountain heights where alpec
roses and edelweiss grow and every valley
has its legend of love or niystencus mnrder.
Society as we hav e found It, is more that
"charm tng." highly cultured and intellectual
There i ev en a courteous gallantry about tb
young Tyrolean peasants which would dc
credit to many a iwiety man in England
and America. In no country, perhaps, are
better natural musicians found. There is a
richness and compass to the toices of the
Tyrolean which is astonifhing to Cud
outside of Italy, ami notwithstand- j
ins "ielr constant cabit of sing
ing in the open air, and the
peculiar use of the two vocal tones, the reed
and flute qualities of voice in their Alpine
Jodel, incorrectly termed -warbling," they
preserve their voices to an advanced age.
Tha playing of tbeither is also ono of their
most rauac-al attribute (it is more a ma tor
ot nature than accomplishment) and nothing
can exceed the tenderness and beauty of the
tones they draw from that little tablet of
delicate steel strings. To rightly apprehend
the exquisite effects of Tyrolean music it
should be heard in the Tyrol from TyroJese
cither players, and mountain jouWi singer-i era
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
SNIVELY & WILHITE
The Restless, Sleepless & Reliable
REAL ESTATE, LOAN & INSURANCE FIRM.
Go to them for tarjralns. They drive their own teams, keep good carriages, and
show their property cheerfully, and they sell It too.
Writo Insurance, So Conveyancing, Bent Houks, Slake Collectioni, and
In nhnrt do a first-class -no curbstone) baldness. Cf- Office over Harding A KUher'a book
store, Mein streets, Wichita, Kansas.
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO AI.LKN & TUCKEtt.)
Wholesale and Retail
WILSON- &c TOMS,
OIF ST. LOT7IS, MISSOtJEI.
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money ac Sight, Commission Very Low.
W'n haw connect eil
331. IF. FKIE3STX) 8c CO.
LAND & LOAN OFFICE
If you dcirc to liny, hull or c-tclmnxe rcnl estate of nny Kind, or borrow
or loan money on real entatc or chattels, ttlvo us a mil. Wo hnvo the host
facilities for our busines. Corrospomlcnco solicited.
OWICK, 122 Douylas Avenue. ' chtta. A'ansns
idrich & Brown,
Goods at Kansas City Prices.
--F. W. SWAB!--
(-a'CCK-OIl TO K. STACK MAS )
Keep- on hand lino -,'ood-t of the htcut btjle. Tim Jurpcst KtocU in the
city. Satisfaction guaranteed. Xo trouble to nhow gowU. Call and t.n mo
tn detail Utiy, Sell & ExchniifoVc8tcrii-roperty forLatcru,ani vice versa
Call on or address
J. O. Davidson, Pros. S. L. Davidson, Vice-Prc. C. L. Davidson, Sec'y.
The Davidson Loan Co.
Money Always en Hand to Loan on Improved Farms and City Property
OFFICE WITH CITIZES3 BANK. Northwest I W-SliJf-n Vinnnn
Corner Mln Street nJ Dongla Arenns, IT lCUlLa, LVdDSaSt
OF WICHITA, KLAJfcTSAS
JV. W. Cor. Main St. A Douglas Ave.
M. L. GARVER.
Manager of the Wichita Branch, WICHITA, KANSAS
Office over T. H. Lunch's store. DottsUi atenuc.
MAJOR & HOLIJDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WHOLESLE A.3STID RETAIL.
133 DOUGLAS AVENUE. GOODS DELIVERED OK BHOKT NOTICE.
THE LEADING JEWELLER!
120 Douglas Ave., opposite Bank of Commerce.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Etc., Etc.
Eniaifinest asi Wedifia; l!in:i of Eren Twietj id Ail Dejcripfwij.
rj- Special Attention Paid to Repairing Watcbea. Clocks) and Jewelry, and to
jrtunr opeciaci ana re-uiuts.
First Door North nt Counlr llulMIn
BOND & EVANS,
STAPLE & FANCY
27 Main Street,
Corbett's Old Stand
THE ITXHrXjST BOSS
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
Toe Larireat Establishment In tb City tor
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
Window Shidci, Shade Fixture, Lusiirtfjsia Po!a, (tnm, Daij farrngf t, Fjc
Bees Block, oppesito Pcstefllce - 15 asd 17 Kaia Ctret.
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
C. L. DAVIDSON,
S L. DAVIDSON
K. S. CATEC,
J. O. DAVIDSON.
The capital stock of ths bank Is on hundred tboosacd dollars, slit thousand dollars or which
Is owned by New Enclaod capitalists and aaslara banks who represent orer ten million dol
lars, KlTlrif- the lnsiUntion a backln- eanal to any banking hoot In the Stat.
The bank will receive deposits, bar ana sell fortlgn and domestic exchD(re, make loans, and
do a general banking boslness. We shall endearor to transact all bcslness entmsted to cs In a
manner, and upon terms, satisfactory to oar customers, and solicit a share of the pnbllc -patronage
r. O. DATIDSOV, TresUrnt.
3.1, DArsSSOX, Titti-Prtt't.
JOBX C DBKST. Cmhi.
C. X. DATIDBOX, Mtmmrz
A Iweti Story
By trelllnc ber jewels tha sister of the king
of Sweden tooa-M a hotrpiUl, aad when, cue
day, tba sassTa of otoa of the paUenta, filled
wiU iraUtoik, fall una her hands, the
pfteeasa -said: -5w I hT -ny Jewels back
as dnrifl tha
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 davs.
J. L. COOPER, Prop.
LUMBER. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH
Manufacturer of the celebrated
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
Ninety-seven per cent, pure Lime. Two barrel will go as far as three of
any other Lime.
LcuirrHls Cedent, 2chi22 Hastcr zz& Hair, alwayi en haad.
Lawrence ave., near Douglas, - - Wichita, Kansas.
S. D. PALLETT,
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER!
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors 6c Blinds.
3S" OjRcy. and White Pine Yard vest end of Dovgla avenue. YeUmc
Pine Yard acrats the street l-tf
ECONOMY IS WEALTH!
Wanted immediately, 25 tons of Old Bags, Papr, Iron,
Copper, Brass, Lead and Tea Lead. I will pay the highest
CA8H price for the above at my Baff Warehouse. 319 K.
Mais street, Wichita, Kansas.
H. W. KENDLE,
M, M milJJC ElEML 05LS.
GOCOVJEB CXIAZ?75. JSTC
llslf TWfi nB hs-r A I'TIVftts' Lli&tn til9C tt Vl-Vtlfa 4 slv lit". s-.l.k -.-.
Drju-tlau Afruu-v. WklU. Kbfc- J- Pret tatnuio t (d'rt fy lifyf.
Fresco Painting, Sign Writing,
Main and in artistic lint, will be cxr-aiUA in the Jtrl tyfe and mnnn'r
bv J, BCDIGER, lately eUMWud la Uti city.
El B. BUT'
Read This and Remember.
TL-Tfart- vt-rsr Ira she fif mtuj bt crtj Vst-sh- It rtir tWut'of tfWr
drlicatf w.-dwu-r, rf the vxirtorilluary it-d afcUis Ui-r Xhrf j-T-fornj
TS.-r utr manj - thhit that -scat ftaj-ru tn rvft a&Oi fc---ji (
time for year vlihoat a fsrtld at 5I. who wboM TwtiWt-Vof ruun'tng
ctrtntoou pktt of mahloerv a Asj witbmit oJHnj - j, ihUs i Lota
fraction of tLe terrier, roresantplf, tb mai- lu! ir.abra i rrT'Joijons
la 24 hsrar., or l.0 in a yr; jh irc-TjJ. or -t'r--sh-l,'2t i-'(iutl"n
lu "2t hoar, or .7fi0 '.a tw: th lj-ini -srLfr--! 15f3 ,nt rttrr. irrfiiSfUn
year; tb fourth cwbieh carriM tht w-oonil hatut). ltifrti ?l Unr. or h'&Mfi
in a yrar; tli fifth, or Jij--wb-l, 1255 a 2 Ittrerf.or 'jJZZS'St hi JrarV
wbiJc tin: beat r Yibrtf5c la 3 boor ar- iZZJJO, sr U.7jL!fjfO Is a jeasr
Kimmerle Sc Adams,
WICHITA MARBLE WORKS
Al-imiOrturer-iof. anil Uraler lu
I0NMLNTS, T0IBST0M5, NHLES .IM TAI1E TOPS,
I20N PSNCINff, BUILLIKC- STCNE,
IEBCE CITY XjXIMIE,
HAIR, PIsASTKR & C'RirENT.
No 60 Main Street, between Flrtt an.l Secon-J. WkhlU.
iKo. 88, Douglas Atscuo.
Ltwrtncti'a Hrvg 8tor.
- "-s: &-. .""-ri.
t -- .- f
5 ' &r j-