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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9. 1884.
M. MURDOCk, Editor.
R. P. MURDOCH, Buiiceas Manaser.
Ho the Largril Circulation of any Dally Paper
in Soutktrettern hamai.
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the City. Postage prepaU.
One copy, one year
One copy, six months
Onr rates for advertising shall be as lovr as
hose or any other paper of equal valne as an
All transient advertisements must bo paid for
ii advance. .
Entered in tht Pottojlice et Wichita, at ttconA
clatt matter, and entered to tramilion through the
maili at turlt
uk. s vr. uiciwosd.
Magnetic .hyblclan. Cures dleeasei of every
came and nature by m.ig etic treatment, with
out medicine, inn cures are speedy aud per
manent, nnd charuet rertonahle. Dlanols
and cummltatlon free. Parties from a dlatance
can hoard with him i reasonable rate. Office
on south Waterbtreet, Wichita, Kansas.
Attornev-at-law. Office on Douglas avenue,
over l.ynch's dry goods store. 129-un
vTlI JOH.NfcO.V, M. I).,
HomcropaUilst Temple block, third stiir-
wny north of postoflicc: Wichita, Kansas
Office hours from 7 to 1) a.m., 1 to 3 and J to 3
p. m Chronic diseases a specialty. 123-tf
IHJ. W I.. DOVLE,
MuiTiHT. Office over Barnes . boil's drug
tore. Centennial lilock. Wichita. 41-
"VIT'AXTED A cood pirl to ilo housework in
Vafarallyorto Call on WJ 3m. at
Miles A Lippitt'B bookstore UUO-.r
rAKTE By lady with
V ttacements to ro out nursinK Ari'ly tp
Mrs. Rouso at Mrs Kebol. three blocks aonth
nrih. st.mn mill on Uallroad street. lll5-fcl,
Advertitemer.ti in thtt cvlurtn trut oe enaroeajor
at the rale of Fire ntt per tine per veek.
advertitement taken for leu than 23 cent!.
"IITANTKU Situation In n grocery store
V younK manor experience. .with unej
tlonablc references .VluriMH . I.. ( h.
store by a
W -t.iiinir to . iiiracfi in a permanent and
lucratho business would do well by calling on
S J TJndall.snTopckaau-EUe. at once
IT"ANTED Boys who want to
TV to call at -Mr iiuicnera
AirANlEl)-A girl from lMoir.jearioraz.i,
V Inasmall family; no children Will
pay wages or take her and proiide for herns
one or our family lnqulrn at No. .'.10 north
Emporia atcnuc Hjdti
ANTED Board In a private family where
dress John, city P O
few other boarders are ke)t, liy a young
Must be centrally locaici.
"irANTED A bouso of four or five
W within runr Dlocksot iiougiaa uiciiuh
Enquire or Arkansas JUver Lumber Co. IKtf
"lir.VNI ED A nurse girl. Apply at .1 P.
V Furlong's, cor lujieks ae and First
"irASTED I.and-huyers to know that wc
W have for sale all the best lands near Gar
den Plain Tauoii .t 1'ikk
L. F. SHERWOOD,
Drnlit.1. Office in Ferrell Building onjioflte
IKistoffice, Main street, Wichita, hauban.
Teeth extracted without pain by iiltios oxide
Hovey i Co.'s dry goods store
Dit. YT. S. McBUUME,
Office in Eaglo block, over
Formerly physician and surgeon to the Louis
So. 19 Main stTeet, opiMislte the postoffice.
illn City and Marine hospital, and late health
officer of SpringDcld, Illinois, has located at
for general practice. .Special attention paid to
gynecology, electric and galvanic uams. ji
fice hours a to lu a. M and 2 to 1 p. it., and nt
Dr. W S Mcliurnle has opened rooHs one
block eouth of Douglas atenue on east side of
Water street for ilie special tieatment of all
Ftmalc diseases Hours 2 to .1 p. in. on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TEKUY & DUMG.VT,
Architects and Superintendents. Office in
Roys' block. Wichita, Kansas. 2-tf
Light ot Asia.
ftay not I the darkness will not brighten!
augbt from tbo silence, for it cannot
Vex not your mournful minds with pious
Ah, Lrothers, kisttrs! see';
Xought from the helpless gods by gift and
Xorbiibowith blt-od, norland vith fruit
Within yourselves dflireranco must be
Each man his prison makes,
ljich hath sucli lordships as tho loftiest ones;
ny! for with powers above, around,
As with til Ilethand whatsoever lives.
Act inaketh joy and woe.
What hath been hringeth what shall be,
Worse, better last for flrst and first for
Tho angels in thp heavens of gladness ic-ap
Fruits of a holy past
The devils In the underworlds wear out
L'eeils that were wicked in an ago gono by.
Xothing endures; fair virtues vmXo with
Koul j-ins grow purged thereby.
Wlo toiled a slavo may come anew a prince
For gentle worthiness and merit won;
Who ntled n kins 'nay wander earth in rags
1'or things done and undone.
Higher than Indra's yo may lift yotr lot,
And bink it lower than tho worm or gnat;
The end of many mvriad lives is this,
Tho end of myriads that.
Only while turn this wheel invisible.
o pati'C, no peace, no ttaying-place can
Who mounts will fait, who falls may mount;
Uo round unceasingly:
MILLIONS IN MULES.
J W. ADAM"
building, Douglas avent!-
OEO. W. AD1V4.
AI.Vlh & ADAMS,
Attorneyy at aw. Will iractire 111 i-llilc aud
redeial courtu Office in Eagle Block, Wichita,
Ka vtis. dl3"-
HAUIUS .V HARRIS &. FIHEBAUGil,
Attorijeys at I jiw. Commercial block, Wich
Land-buyers to know that it is
r interrst to go to Garden Plain
to their interrst to iro
eal Estate Agency to buy lands.
WANTED-Evervbody In this town to buy
buggies of J L. Cootier at Cooper's
(table, where they can buy them at from 20 ti
to per cent less than or any other house in the
WANTED Ever body to know that I am
now selling my 1(W buggies at $110 and
my 9110 buggies at $120, to close out.
M)-tr '. L. Cuoricu.
WANTED--To know everybody who wants
to buy, i-ell, rent, or trade lots in Wich
ta, or farms in Kansas, for property In other
state; Gie me a call and get or leave descrip
tion of pr.icrtyat E.A.Relman'a Land Ex
rrQ RENT Mcely furnished room
ilso a few boarders anted Inquire ut Mrs
McDade's. Market street, eixtli houso north of
Second street, west slue. iii;wh-
riio RENT Furnished room, with stoo and
JL rue!. No Uti North Lawrence aie dir.n.t
I?OR RENT Furnished moms Apply nt the
northwest rornerofTopcka avenue and First
17OR RENT Two fnrnlslied rooms to single
gentlemen or husband and wife 421 Law
rence aenue. dll'M.t'
IOR REST ctv desirable rurnished front
' floor room, at Mrs. Rlclimund, 2U Lawrence
T'OR RENT Four room house and four horse
A" barn, good and cheap to right
.1. M BALDERSION,
Attokxy at law .Wichita, leilgwlek county
Eannas. Office In Centennial Block.
). . COI.LINOS, ItOlll. M. flATT
COLLINf.S A Pi AIT.
Attorneys at I-nw. Will inactlre in both slate
and Fi-deial courts. Oflice In Temple block,
Main street, seoiinl etalrway north of 1'oit
ot!ic. Wichlln, Kansas
E. B RENT.,
Physician and Mirgpon Other ocr Fuller A
.1 .1. CRIM',
Architect and 'iiperluteiiiietit. Office, Ktnil
Werner' block, Douglas :ieuue, between 1o
pekuaxenue and Iiwrene M., Wichita, Kan.
Demist. Office In Temple block.
STANLEY A WALL.
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
3er Citizens' bank
O. D KIRK,
Attorney at Law Room No.
office building, Wichita, Kaunas.
3, U S. iJicd
The Photographer. Pictures lu all sizes and
styles. He also carries the llneet assortment
or picture frames in the city. Gito him a
friendly call and examine samples. d-2-tr
. I. i
IOR RENT A rurnished room at .11 1 Luwrence
avenue, next Methodist church. dUVCt
"I?OR RENT Two lurnlshed rooms on Central
and Fifty atenues.
.loecljn .V Thomas.
HOI'S ION A BE.NTI.EY,
Attorneys at Ijiw Olhce oer Kansas Na
tional hank. Wichita. Kan
Contractors and liutlleni,un Flrststrert, et
of County building
iiaiutvr, lgn writer and
Kabominlng, paper hanging, etc
to building, on Dongla ate.
17OR RENT Two rront
Second nnd Waco sts
nished Call on J. E
rooms, near corner
, fnrnlslied or unnir-
llumphrevA on. Eagle
?OR REST A suite or office rooniB over Citi
zens Bank. Apply nt hank.
BARN FOR SALE Burn with room for Tour
horses ami buggy room cheap fur a lew
days, by J. L. Cooper l.lwltf
IOR SALl-Nlce base burner hanl coal
' stoo. l.ridtr D II 11
171OR SaLE ( Oil's Telephone orders to the
1 Zephyr Mills. dl.SMf
IJSORSALE On long time; 15 lots conien
. ieutly locat!, Wi each ; 2.' lots C4iuen
lently lacnted, Sloo each ; Km lots conveniently
located. $73 each Nixon Elliott
IOR SALE Choice bnildlng lots on north
side of town; street cars to the property
Apply to L F. Sherwood, dentist, over in Mam
"lj'ORSALE Nine-room residence, ur l-m-J?
ioriaac and 0.1k et ; east front. 150 feel j
carriage-house, stable, cistern , hj drant ei ery
thlng pertaining to a llrst-clas home Terms
OR SAI.lv Horse, buggy and harness; bug
gy and harness new : horse voung ami ik.t-
fectl gentle; oneoftbebct family horses lu the
city. i.au 111 loopcr'n sinoies. uuii
"ITIOR SALE Nine resldenco lots r.ir salo or
J" trade ; located on South Market street;
big bargain. For particulars call at Citizens
TOR TRADE A farm for city property.
A A. 1.. All
Cor. Douglas and Lawrence nies.
ORSAl.ECIIEAP-From 10 to :.'. acres of
choice lands near tiled tv
A L AfSTIX
3J10R 5ALE One or the most desirable homes
' in Wichita ; No 4.11 Fourth atenue, south
or Central ; grounds li3Hl feet, thoroughly set
with blue-grass; choicest arictles of fruit,
largely In bearing, and abundant shade : bouse
contains 10 rooms, ample closet room, nnd is in
first-class repair; good cellar, to wells cis
tern, barn and outbuildings ; also gas an.
water For particulars cnqulru of W. W Kirk
wood on pretnl-es. 117-lf
1?Oli SALE One of the cheapest rarms lu
Sedgnick county. A L Alvn.s,
77-tr Cor Douglas and LawTcncc aves
1M)lt SALE An old established andprotltahle
1 business, centrally located; a splendid
business chance; good reasons for selling.
Address A., earn Eagle office. .lii-tr
T70R EXCHANGE About fifirt worth or dry
JL' goods Tor city property
T OST Between Wichita and
Xjdlesblark hand bag, containing a lace
1st ana a gold nreast pin.
leave at this office
Joceljn A Thomas
Conskin; a la
ling a lace '
Finder will please
til MM l
E. II. BROWN,
Auctioneer. Clearwater, Kansas. lOS-Sm
.1. P. LAECli.
Attorney at Lhh, Wiihlla. Kantas.
E. C RCGGLES,
Attorney-iil-Iair. OlUie over No. S2, Main
Strict, W iehlta, Kansas I'-
l)R. .1. C. DEAN,
Dkvtist. Rooms lu Field bnildlng. Main
street, opinio!! Hartllng A Fisher's. 12-d-
W. I WALKER,
Attorney at Li . Olhco oer Kansas N
II. A. MITCHELL,
Attorncv-at-lnirandcollecllou agent. No. Ii
Main street, Wichita, Kansas. JiL'i'
R. C. SCHROEDER,
Phjslrlan and su-geon. Office and residence,
wei.l"slde or Main street in W. Winch's new
buildlng.near postoffice il-HK- m
DR. J E. OLDHAM
Office corner Lawrence and Douglas aienues.
Resldenco Topeka nienue. between Central and
Third, opposite .1. R. Mead'a residence, dllitf
A O. LOWELL
house renting business, Wichita,
W. ;. HACKER.
L. C. JACKSON
Contractor. Carpenter and Joiner.
Will do all kinds ol Carnnter and lotner
work on short notice. Stalls, Mair Railings,
Sa Doors, Blinds, Do' "ml Window Pinmo
t Shop, IIS MhlnSweel; Residence on
Laurence Avenue near lnrtal ; Post-office
box 247 !-tr
Clothing Cleaned & Repaired.
6 Shot on Douglas aenue, two doors eat
Brown'sof auction house, Wichita. '.Ki-tf
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors Sc Builders
BRICK AND ST0NE1-
Parties desiring sidewalk or Wluileld flag
jlng of all sizes will do well to call and get
prices, Lesie orders nt W P Stem's office on
Lawrence ave., south of Douglas axe. d-5-tl
Sure cure Tor gonorrhea, chonlee, gleet, in
flammation or the bladder, kidneys, paotole
f land ; whites, Inflammation or the urethra,
vagina whites, and all diseases or either male
or lemaleof Iheurlno-geultal organs. For sale
bv Sweotzell A Douglas, druggists, opposite
postoffice Wichita Kansas. lli-tt
W. L McB EE,
Sedgwick County Abstracter.
Abstract! of title compiled on short notice.
Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance.
ITJ lUpresentin seven of the lar;et com
panies in the world. 93-tf
Grain and Produce Commission
Chicago market reports received eiery tirteen
minutes from 9:30 a. . to 2:30 r x Office
nndtr Cltlteos Bank, WIchlU. Kansas. Deal
rs In grain and piodnce Invited to make my
oMe their btadjuartrs. d-S-tr
HACKER & JACKSON,
W l.olesalc and Retail Dealers In
And all kinds of
Stone, Lime, Cemont, and Hair.
Ft. Scott Plagginff,
Grey & Blue Stone.
Office at Big Red Scales, No. 7, Douglas Ave.,
South SI do, Near Deot. ti
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent.
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE 100 DOUGLAS AVENUE
Over Barnes' llrug Store.
Largest Agency In the Valley.
Exton's Corn Mills.
FineGronnfl anABoltedCorn Heal.
Ground Corn and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
Orders filled promptly. Telephone to Ex
on 'a eoal office.
DYEING & CLEANING
Works 217 Main Street.
G. A. Peoples,
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Hunttnc outfitt rented on reasonable termt
IP TOTJ AKE GOING TO BV V A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond lin, Sieve Buttons, Ring, Watches,
Chain or In fact everything. It tv ill pay
yon to go and see
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, If nehasanythlngou want, you can save
money bv bin Ing of him- Q-l wo doors vest
of Tremon: lloas-e. next to Nlederlander's land
office. 11 Dongbia tvecce Wichita Kan;a;
7th and Sth Additions
This Is the most desirable residence property
In the city.
Prices Low. Terms Easy.
Well Boring and Drilling
rromiitly done in Sedgwick and urrouBdlng
countlev Artelan well made and pro.perltv
done. Saturation Guaranteed. Tvrelv
xierleuce. Outflt for tale. Addres
Or leave order with II A. Savlet. dealer In
pumpt, etc., utnria ATaa,; Wichita, Kan
J lie i:iiirniou Trade Iluuc by Al
Inula In IIure and Iflulea.
Sown nftvr tho .nr Atlantn became a great
stock market by reason of it Mijiericr rail
road nilroutngc-t, its admirable position as a
distributing pint for Georgia and the tur
roundinjr Ftates, and also Lorauso of tba en
torprisc of ilf local ttock-Uealep?. Tho city
ha? morn than licld its own in this respect.
The other daj a leadins livery stable nnd
block yard man Mid: "I anticipate a great
season in our business n greater ono thau
c had last year."
'Has tho busint-s fairly opened j et.'""
"So, but ne have information which oiut
to very largo projiortioas for it. Yen sea we
have- two sea'-om for hoics and mules. The
hones come in dm ing tho months of August,
Heploiriber, October and November. The
mules liogiu to arrive in Nov ember, but busi-i)c-s
U not bril. until December. It contin
ues then until April About fourteen car
loads of horses have jrcssed through Atlanta
in tho last two or three weeks for points
south and cast Our local supply h jut be
ginning to como in.-1
MVhich i; the moro aluablo to Atlanta,
the lioro or the unilc trade'"1
The mtilu tradu by far. In fact, very few
lieoplo know liow big n tiling it i-i. Thero
were 7,1)00 imilia. sold from my yard-, nluno
last season, and the city's trade goes to about
15,000 for nscuroii. They bring mules here
fiom Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana,
.Missouri and Illinois. Atlanta is one of tho
best markets tho stock-dealers in those states
"Who buys all these mules;'
"They are distributed all over Georgia,
lioth Carolinas, Florida and Alabama. Tho
Atlanta inatket is relieved princijially by
wholesale. There nru jobbers in mules all
through tho south who como in hero nnd buy
them by the dozen, tho score and tho hundred
aud then 1 e-ldlo thcin to tho fanners all
through the country. You would lie sur
prised to know how much speculation there
ia, too. The market is watched very closely,
and thero niv men ieady at all times to scoop
up a good bargain for any number of mules."
'What ii tho average prico of a mule in
"Well, that U not an ojsy quostion. Thoy
nro brought Iiero from I to " years old. A
4-year-old mule nlready broke is worth from
t!25 to f ISO. thougli tho best of a drove sell
often for $00 cr more apiece. Even aver
aging them at Slij nnd you havo for the
15,000 mules received heio nearly ?',000 000. -
Woodlands ami Ilealdi.
Uiou tli'f bills of wctcrn Jlaseachusetts
arc thousands of acres of land which, when
first cleared, was mlliciently productive; but
Hie soil, 110 longer held together by the roots
of tho trees, has had its lighter and richer
portions washod out year by j ear, until its
best elements havo found their way into the
valleys, leaving tho hill farms sterllo and
marly worthless. Tho change is evidenced
by tho ruined houses and half obliterated
cellars, which are sadly abundant on tho
liilLs indicating a population and prosperity
in former time tthich would now bo impossi
ble. In tho vicinity of Boston, within ray
recollection, ninny line tracts of woodland
havo bion cut tljwn for firewood, leaving
barren, reeky hills, looking desolato enough
without their onco beautiful covering. If
those stenlo hills, all over the state, could be
planted with tho best varieties of forest
trees, nnd proierly cared for, tho vnlue of
adjacent lands would be enhanced, our
streams would How iuUi grcator regularity,
freshets nnd low water would both lio less
common, tli climate would bo tempered, tlio
vstremo ot Lent an 1 cold being less marked
and winds lo- violent, the rainfall would Iks
mora exijuous nnd regular, malaria
would lose, its footlteihl, whilo every grovo
would lie a sanitarium for the weary deni
7ens f cty nn.l town
Two almond -ejed celestials, dnised in tho
extreme of the latest Hong Kong style, took
vents in n fashionable ("htotnut sti'eet restau
rant yesterday afternoon. Two colored
waiters tit tho further end of the establish
ment leuitl theni, but mndo no attempt at
consulting their wishes.
Having waited n incnient, tho younger of
tLo C'lunameii sharply stnick tho little table
bell nt his elbow. This brought one of the
w niters to Hie tab'e with a jump. He poured
out two glasses ol water with a flourish, and
What you haie. sail.'"
"Loast chlickcn. Hied potatoes."
"Tea or coffee, sah!"
'Xo want co tea, stlawllly and cleam."
The waiter, with 11 surprised air, shuffled
nway to gi't tho vrder The Chinamen nto
their dinner in a miict manner, and when
with the dessert they ordered a small bottle
uf jlunnti extra dry the head waiter felt
called upon to say something. As he lowed
I hem out lie rcmai'Kcd:
'Hope everything suits you, sahP
''Yes,'' replied ono of tho Chinamen;
'chlicken velly good, chamjiagno velly good,
but waitel dam blad.'
K HOFFMASTER & SON,
Have come to stay and by our increasing trade we know that the
people of Wichita and vicinity appreciate what we are doing in the
way of LOWPBICES. We shall continue to give you warranted
goods and when we say warrant we mean just what W6 say, 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. Remember the place,
HOFFMASTER& SON, WINCH BUILDING, MAIN STREET.
Sign, Red Wrapping Paper.
EDWARD VAIL & CO.,
Wholesale & Retail Jewelers
RCDOLPH HATTIEI.D. Pmt. A M. DEXST, Secv
B, D. ALLEN, Tie Prat. ad Erauiiiar
C. W. GftAFtAM, AnUtor.
J. W. HAKXI.ET, IHH.
O. B. STOCKER.
No. 145 Main ST.,
NEXT DOOR NORTH OF WOODMAN'S BANK,
Show a large and attTactiri lint or
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Gold Pens, Cutlery and
At prices ' low u the high qnalltr of tb (roods will permit.
eoodt In oar line to tw roamt in Mnthrrn Kanu . Cartful
tvatche. Clockiaod Jewelry by iklllful workmen,
when so desired.
Via carry tb larzest stock or
attention riven to tb reuelrlnr of
All goods sold engraved fre of charge,
WICHITA LAND & LOAN CO
Have the largest list of Lands and City lots in the county.
LOANS PLACED ON IMPROVED FARM&
Short-time Loans a Specialty on approved personal and
Insurance Written in the Best Companies at Lowest Rates.
Collections Promptly Attended To. Correspondence Solicited.
Office in rear of Rauk of Commerce, corner Douglas and Late
rence avenues Wichiln, JCaxscu. 121-f
JOHN V. MOFFETT,
n. F. HARTZEL.
(ansas Furniture House
-WUOLKSALE ASU UETAU
0fl.ce aid Yard Wichita Street, South ef Ft. Scott Freight Df pet.
Are now ojfcied at the
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.
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
C. ! ADAMS
Kimmerle &. Adams,
WICHITA MARBLE WORKS
Manufacturers of anil Dealer in
MSU1HTS, TOIBSTOSES, IA.NTLES AND TABU TOTS,
IEON FXNCXKa, BUILDING STQKS,
PIERCE CITY LITE.
HAIR, PLASTER & CEMENT.
'o. 60 Main Street, between First ni Second. Wlcblu,
gComc and examine our goods and prices before purchasing else
where, and beconvinced that we mean business.
W. S. CORBETT. Iresi(Irnt. A. HESS, View PreaMet. J. H. BLACK, (fee. and Treat.
II. II. RICH AUDS S. P. JOHNSOX.
WHOLESALE GROCER CO.
Incorporated January 14, 1W4 ;
NOS. 73 AND 75 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
Platte Valley Packing- Co..
st. josefh:, :m:o.
Growers and Packers
Platte Valley Brand"
Canned Fruits and Vegetables.
Platte Valley Sugar Corn tender, sweet and juicy.
grocer for it.
Cnnninjr Work, corner Fourth nnd Pntce Streets; Office, southwest cor
ner Third and Charles Streets, St. Joseph, Missouri. 116-Sm
RLOSS ! MELVIN
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing, Shoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
South Main Street, next to Cooper's Stable. 1-tr
Hardware, Stoves, and Tinware.
Galvanized Iron Cornice Work!
Pumps, Tubing, Sheet iron, Wagon Wood Work, Slate
& Ircn Mantels, Etc.
Repairiig tf All Kilts Sktrt Xttice at RfaMuMf Rate
Agent for Van Pappondan's Patent Tile Hoofing.
Customers will find at this house square dealing and low prices
Drop in when you want anything in this line.
No. 107 Douglas Avenue, .... Wichita, Kama
H. L. HILL'S
Horse & Mule Market,
Douglas Arenue, weat of Water St.
Auction Sales Daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Rones k Mules, Wagons k Roggtcs, Harness k Saddles,
nought and olilon commission. Country nalcs a specialty. Everything tolil guarintetd ao
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT COMPETITION PRICES
COIfcT'TIE&A.OTOIR, &c IBTTILIDIEIR
Plana, Specifications Ar Estimate Fnrnlshcd on Short Notice.
E3 f mitli side or I)on;laF avenue, near bridge. Keslilence Tblrd nd
I'ostollire box ?l, Wichita, K.id-sb.
I am still in the ring. Come and ?eu me nt the old stand, corner of Market
and Douglas avenue
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
SNIVELY & WILHITE
The Restless, Sleepless & Reliable
REAL ESTATE, LOAN & INSURANCE FIRM.
Go to them for bargains. They drive their own teams, keep Rood carriage, and
show their property clieerftilly, and they sell It too.
Write Insurance, Do Conveyancing, Bent Houses, Hako Collections, and
In short do a drat-clons (no curbstone) biislnea. Office over Harding .t Fisher's book
store, Mein streets. WIchlU, Kansas.
J. M. ALLEN & CO. -
(SUCCESSORS TO ALLEN & TUCKER.)
Wholesale and Retail
wiuLscasr & toms,
OP ST. liOTTIS, MISSOTJEI.
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money ac Sight, Commission Very Low.
Wc have connected
FE,IE3STID & CO.
LAND & LOAN OFFICE
If you deire to buy, sell or exchange real estate of uny kind, or borrow
or loan money on real estate or chattels, give u a call. Wv have the beat
facilities for our business. Correspondence solicited.
Office, 122 Dauglai Avenue. - - H'icMtn, Xansa
Aidrich & Brown,
Goods at Kansas City Prices.
--F. W. SWAB!--
dUlCESSOK TO Y. STACKMAX.)
Keeps on hand fine food of the latent l) In. Th larjjt etock lu the
city. Satisfaction guaranteed. No trouble to iihoiv ood. Call and co nm
'-f riret oor North of O.o.U Ilolldla
In detail Buy, Sell & Exchange Western property forEsiteru, and vice vcrHa
Call on or addrcne
M. L. GARVER.
Mauapcr of the Wichita Branch, WICHITA, KANS Aa
Office over T. II. Lynch' store. Douglas avenue.
Mixt fathers know by this time that a dia
mond pin, n brown-!tJne house, or pven
I hat highest test of rojMctability, an English
ilog-cart, aro not guarantees tJiat a man will
t a good husband; vet a largo majority of
marriages are niado because of bimUw u--rticiahtiea
He Ilariis IIlo Salnrf.
New York Sun.
Itcv. . P. David is the Mipply preachor
of the veivink liats. Hurley vUIc and Falls
burs Methodist, churches, Sullivan county.
He lives nt rhfllirKport. In order to keep
his appointments for service ho leaves home
at 3:tX) Sunday morning. Hi first appoint
ment is at "e erink fiats, tiventy-oce miles
distant. Ho inut bo there r.t 9.S0 in the
morning to hold Sunday-school. After that
he holds church crvice until 11 .SO, nnd then
n clafs niefting of an hour. Ho does not wait
for dinner, but eats a lunch as he travels
on. He goes from Xeversink flats to Hurley
ville, n dL-tance of eight miles where he
rreachrs nt 2iU, and holds a class meeting
nt ths clovj of tho regular service. His next
place in Fallsburg, four miles further on,
nb.Te he gets supp-T lfore opening M-rvico
in the evening nt 7 30, This meeting lastt
untd U o'clock, when the preacher starts for
home, twelve miles away, arriving there
about midnight He travels forty-five miles
in the circuit. He i paid $3X) a year for his
services, the circuit being In the wilds of
Sullivnn anil his people unable to jwy mor
othlns Like Onion.
A few years ago what i now the great
onion tract of Chester, in Orange county,
"cw York, was a Vorthler piec? of land.
To-day it would Lring readily $1,000 an acre.
Last season on these meadows ia),0iW bushels
of onion were grown, which were soil for
more than Siaj.fXW. This ea-wns crop wfll
tie even larger. There are no other equally
large onion tracts In the country
The Massachusetts bureau of slaU'tics
states that in IsTS the chan-e of a person's
being lulled on or by steam cars was one in
5,OA'.,2$3, while in ls2 it hail diininiJjed
to one in ZQJUZfi&t. ThL is les than the
chance of being struck by lightning, and
much los than that of being Injnrai by a
Letvfecne Limp explosion.
rhnadelphia Call: Delaware's peach (3fl
Is estimated at 5,000,000 boAel. Tali It
about 150,000,000 basjstts, ire lelieva.
J. O. Davidson, I'rea. b. L. Davidson, Vice-I're.. C. L. Davidson, Sec'y.
The Davidson Loan Co.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $60,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farms and City Property
Or'KICK WITH CITIZENS HANK, Northwest
Corner Slain Strrt ami Donglia Avenue, S
OF WICHITA, 3SLAJETSAS
y. Wl Cor. Main St. A Douglas Ave.
C. L. DAVIDSON,
S L. DAVIDSON.
The capital stock of the bank l one hucdre-l thoaiacd dolUrs. lxtr tbousKDiI dalUn of fclch
Is owned by New England eapltall.u nd laTlops banks who rrpr tent orer ten million dol
lars, giving the Institution a backing eqc&I to any banking boce In the ?ttt.
The bank will receive dpoIts, buy anu sell foreljrn and domestic eichanff, make Ion, and
doafren.ral banking bntlne.s. We shall endeayn- to trn:ll botlne-u entrnIe-l tnn. In a
manner, and cpoo Urnu, aaU.faetory to our ca.tomn. and solicit a share or the public patronage.
J O D.triJiSOV.rrfsilmt.
8. DjriZHfO.V, rire-Prea't.
JOHX C DEKST. Cathie,
C. . VA riOSOy, Ttmr
And Everybody will want to ride ; You can get your
Buggy and be ready by calling at
Buying a Buggv at any price, from $50 to $250, for the
next 30 davs.
J. L. COOPER, Prop.
MAJOR & H0LLIDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WHOLESLE -A.3STID :R,ETA.IT,.
133 DOUGLAS AVENUE. OOODS SBLrVSKBO OJT SHORT If OTICK.
THE LEADING JEWELLER!
120 Douglas Ave., opposite Bank of Commerce.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Etc., Etc.
Esnicment jbJ Wefe Riszi of Every liarittj aad All DtKriptwm.
Jrwelrr, and to
rj" Special Attention Paid to Sapadrla Watches. Clock and
FlttlnK bpectaclea and re-Olaaaea.
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANYJ
LUMBER SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH
Manufacturers of the celebrated
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
Niaelr-sevcn per cent, pare Lime. Two barrels will go m far a three of
any other Lime.
Lnlsrille Cesezt, Michigan FkcUr iii Hair, alwajr cs hand.
La-wrence ave., near Douglas, - - Wichita, Kansas.
S. D. PALLETT,
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER!
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors & Blinds.
jy Office and While Fine Yard eettend of Douglat avenue. Yellow
Pine Yard acrou the ilrtei -lf
ECONOMY IS WEALTH!
Wanted immediately, 25 tons of Old Bars, Papar, Iron,
Copper, Braa. Lead and Tea Lead. I will pay the highest
CASE price for the above at my Baff Warehouse. 310 N.
Main street, Wichita, .
BOND & EVANS,
STAPLE & FANCY
27 Main Street,
Corbett's Old Stand
THE FTIXTjASS: ROSS
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
The Larat Establishment In tb City for
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
Wiadoir Sbd, Shade FiiiortJ, babrtqra Polti, CorcK, Bitj Cirra:, E(r.
Soss Elscfe. eppodto Parteffiee 15 aad 17 Kain Street.
H. W. KENDLE,
Atri IUr la
WOOD, CLOTH, ASO IETALUC EUUL CASK.
CJ&VZ&.Ta. KOBE8, GXOVKS CTZA.7PSC, 'JSTSa
liar irno 6Mr A l.rmt UIr.hon. 'Jlr.rt t WUhlU rn.I.rT OXxilmti ,
') IhtUtiXm ATBO. WIfhl
Vemmpt mllexlir f Ortrt if T'lf?.
Painting, Sign Writing.
Ilaln nd Jn rliUc Ilnt, wiU bo rxtcniiA !a tLo ltteat alyle unl manner
br J, RUDIOEB, lttJr ttUhlithed Ja thl dtr.
E B. BUTCHER
Read This and Remember.
Thrrer-rr7 Tew lb of many be carry warJ;- Lft efT tbiak'of thtir
dflkaie i&JjMir. or of :Le extraordlaarj- aoti !? Ulxir fbry per
form. There re tniisy h tbfnlt that watch oofiiUvrao ! kp gtxA
tiirx! for yar without pwlWe of oL ri would tto think of mailing
eoaitacu pie of nwWsrrr a Axy withoot olliruf ibn whI, wb!d Ao but s
fraction of lbs trrc. I or eutopic, vb maiijfl tnk- t rerulutiosa
ia2boar, or M& 1 sd. or t eaSff.wbwl, ?t rrrfAullrca
in IK bonr. vr 8.700 :s a Jtr; lb third btl VSl in 34 itoart, or 70.00 ia
a year; tbe fourtb (which carrif the nwond feaod), J,tUSa?l hour, or IIL.VA
in a year; th fifth. or cr-w!-J, XTA la 2 Uoun, or lj&fpfiiu a y-ar;
while the tat or vibration Ja 2i boorf are S7JjO, or V.fJM is a year.
No. 88, Uong las ATsons. ..... Lftwrsaes's Drag sHor.
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