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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNINGDECEMBER, 7,1884. h ' ... ";.'
K M. MURDOCH, Editor.
SrXDAY 3IOIINIXG, DEC
A good many Pemocrats nro hustling
around to jcot a pair of stockings that don't
leak t tho liceh and toc to hang up ut
('hri'lma when Grovor Santa Claus comes
The St. Jxmis Glolie-Doniocrat tavs an
editorial in l!et Cliirlkoii'ii m-wspapcr
'read? like n solemn chapter in tho hook of
Jeremiah." Hut that makes it hard on
Hie )roniptiie- anil willingness of the
entire people of tho north to aid in making
the World's Kipn-itiun at Xcw Orleans a
grand succefs will do much to hreak down
any old sectional aniino-iticj' that may
The free trade Detroit Free Pres -as:
"The tax on tobacco is -a-ily lowed and col
lected and hears cry lightly on the con
sumer, and the ell'ort to remove the tax is a
protectionist proposition in di-gui-e."
What a sharp nt of fellows these free trad
If the New York Democrats should pu-li
Iloscoe Oonklingforthe I'nited States sen
ate it would corner all the patent erniifuge
medicines on the market to cure George V.
Curtis and Carl Schiirz. This phase of the
question would call for a smile all along the
It is now stated positively that navigation
of the air is among the things established.
Two frenchmen, ut J'uri-, not long ago, in
a fMi--halcd balloon, made a vovaceof a
fow miles in the air, and returned on tho
line of their outward sail, landing on the
spot from when- they started. They han
dled the air ship with ease, and as the result
shows, wsth perfect succe.
Kor Die Eagle.
TO "ONE OF THE MAC'S.'
1 noulil ting of mi Ule beyond tbe sea;
or Its mountains bathed in light;
Ofits rushing rivers ellrery glee:
Of Its lakes, and shamlcts bright
I would sing of the ISaon, and the Shannon's
And IilackwHter'8 pcacefiil.tMe,
Orthe "Hound Tower" ruins ol long ago,
Once the Druid's boat and pride.
I nunld tell ol Its castles, old and gray.
And knlchtly deeds of glory,
Ka-h hied hall a iiilnstrel's lay,
Each mossy stone a story.
I would tell il the wild white roses rare.
Ihal perfume the shady dells,
Ol tlie wee-born wrens that blng hi the glen'
Clo-e, cin'eby the "Holy ells.
Or that strip of landscape thrown from hea en
Killariey' lxcmious lakes,
And the fairest flowers that (Jod hal given
That binds where the wavelet breaks.
Of the broom and the heather that drck tiie
Of the shunruck that clothes the plain,
lint the teardrops fall at the sweet recall,
Koran exile breathes the strain
For I he dear old land that gave mc birlh.
Ti uo iiotesorfree'lom shrill.
And the banner of old. with Its harpi-fgold,
I folded nnhonored stlil
OIi Krin" my mother Kriii!
I inj3 uerrreillt thv shore,
Ilnl eiled far In a stranger land,
I will love the foreverinure.
And we who were born on Itiydalsles,
And nourished uipoii thy brenl.
Will meet with "Cea.1 Jlllle Kallthe,"
In our liuinr-, in tUeenun west.
Mim M. K. I KVn.
WiiiiiTt, Noi L".ith, VI.
A Kingwood, V. A'. Tost special says: "A
remarkable cavern has just bwn discovered
on the Cheat ri cr, near this ilace. A ery
small nppcrture leads to a series of seven
chambers, the smallest of which is sevcnt
h've feet long by forty broad, and thirty
high. The ca erns have not nil been explor
ed, but are believed to be very extensive.
The format.on is rock crystal, exceedingly
beautiful and the explorers believe they will
rival in grandeur the celebrated Lnrny cav
erns. EVOLUTION WITH A VENCEANCE
The Kansas City Joujnnl, which seems
well up in all the religions of the world,
says that the latest explanation of liuddhism
shows it to bo a vast and stupendous scheme
of evolution, compaied with which the the
ory ot Darwin i but the idle fancy of a
school bty. It deals with space so great us
to be almost boundless, and with time so
long as to be almost eternity; and by it may
be solved the problems of the modern evo
lutionist, i it may be explained the disap
pearance of th- continent over which the
Atlantic now rests, and it the puzzles
which the geologist finds in the rocks and
stones max he unraveled.
To the l.ditoror the Kagle:
1 wot. Id like to use a portion of your
paoe in tailing the attention of (he public
to aimi.-.uiee which exists and is tolerated in
A hilo witnessing the performance of the
'(alley Mine" by tho Clifford Dramatic
c;Ik)i:iii ill this town, many were exceed -ingh
np'.oved by the loud and vulgar con
versation and comments of three individuals
who occupied seats iu row II of section C,
and of a couple more occuping seats direct
bji in the rear of thou named. I simply
wish that they, individually, and all others
whom the cap may lit, shall have an oppor
tunity of having the idea impressed upon
their fccbli minds that the majority of thoso
who attend theatre performances go for the
purpose' of hearing what the actors have to
tar, ami not what addle-brained idiots iu
tho audience see fit to force upon their
neighbors gratis. This cla have within
tho mtiin.ts of gcntlemeu, the smallest
amount of sense, or ability to distinguish
between good and bad acting when they see
it; and only attend theatres in order to give
their neighbor in the audience the exceed
ing great benefit of their experience as crit
ics and mashers. They should
be forcibly reminded of the fact that, while
eveiy one has a right to his opinion, no one
ha the right to force that opinion upou
others who neither care what it is or wheth
er it exists at all. Tho-e in the neighbor
hood of the parlies alluded to were treated
to extracts of private history which positive
ly proved that they were not gentlemen;
also comments upon the play such as "Well
that is the worst 1 ever seen," etc., showing
conclusively that the high order of intelli
gence and education which they possessed
made them worthy of better company than
those around them (?)
Hoping that the parties alluded to may
see this article and have Millieient instinct to
take this gentle hint and profit by it stilli
ciently hereafter wait until they are asked to
express opinions, 1 clo-e with tho further
reminder to them which their mother
probably taught them quite lately that
children should be seen and not heard.
THE PIG CONTEST.
MORALS IN THEPUELICSCHOOLS
1o tie F.iUor fte KogU:
The constitution of our state, Art. 0, Sec.
2, on tho subject of "Kducation," reads as
follows: "The legislature shall encourage
the promotion of intellectual, moral, scien
tific mid agricultural improvement by estab
lishing a uniform system of common schools
and schools of a higher grade, embracing
normal, preparatory, collegiate and univer
The ultimate object of the state and of all
the stales in making provision for the edu
cation of the children, is to lit them to be
come intelligent, virtuous, law-abiding citi
zens and prepared for any post of trust and
responsibility within her gift. It was sup
posed until within a few years that parents
would gladly avail themselves of the ample
facilities thus atlbrded them for the educa
tion of their children. Itut such shameful
indifferences has been manifested in some
WICHITA SCHOOL NOTES.
To the Kilitor of the Daily Eagle:
very lew scnools with which 1 am ac
quainted are better supplied with apparatus
than tho "Wichita high school. Nearly every
department of chemistry and natural philos
ophy can be finely illustrated by interesting
experiment5. AlarSc number of geological
and botanical specimens will be arranged
and mounted soon; negotiations have been
made, and, should nothing prevent, a valu
able addition will bo made to the library in
the near future.
The names of twelve persons appear on
the visitors record for the first week of Do
cember. Everybody is welcome.
.Miss Jennie Fay has resumed her place as
teacher in the seventh grade. 3rany golden
opinions have been expressed on the literary
exercises by her pupils on last Friday after
noon. The exercises consisted in essays
declamations and select readings, and were
very commendable throughout.
The ptr cent of attendance in the different
departments for the month of November
was as follows: High school, !!?, grammar
department, 02, primary 91.
.Miss "Walker, of the first ward has re-urned
her position; and Miss Lillian "Woolard has
been elected to the place.
Ten or twelve of our teacho.s arc taking
a special course of instruction in drawing
under Miss Alice Hunt, of the art institute.
The pupils of our schools are doing good
work and drawing piomi-es to ben complete
At the hist legul.ir mettiug of the school
board, appropriations were made for several
supplies, which were very much needed.
Good clocks have been put up in all the
rooms. A number of the new and novel
fire extinguishers wen; ordered to be pur
chased on trial. Finch's arithmetical chart
were ordered for the primary department-.
These charts are the latest and best in the
field they occupy. They are so arranged as
to funisth work for every pupil and in all
grades. 15y a series of simple combinations
eighty charts, each containing more arith
metical work than any other chart hereto
fore published, . can de developed. They
will undoubtedly save much time and labor.
More anon. J. G. S.
High School, Dec 0. 1834.
BIC FOLKS AND
JlcCkllan wasf3 years
Gov.'Hcndricks is senior warden in St.
I'aulV Cathedral, Indianapolis.
M. Pa-tour will spend some time at Itiode
Janeiro studying ellow fever.
(.ot llMTifvif!. rill ri titv frnm flio nmir
theso educational privileges, that J ; igSS. lint he won't run for president
compulsory law have been enacted oblig
ing parents to tend their children to school
u certain number of months t.. the year
The danger to the commonwealth from the
ignorance of its citizens, justifies this as
sumption of control over tho children, as
well as tho enormous outlays for schools,
colleges and universitie--.
The constitution very wisely includes
"moral" as well n intellectual and scientific
training. The fr.uners of this organic law
Hero well aware that any amount of merely ' ordered to be in readiness for the
intellect!! il deve loiimint, any acquisition ,- 'o December 15.
President Arthur is said to be very fond of
apple jelly, while President-elect Cleveland
dotes on pumpkin pie.
Ex-Secretary "Windom will spend the win
ter with his family in Mexico, where ho has
large interests in silver mines.
Gail Hamilton has contracted with a Bos
ton publisher to write an American novel.
Iturclnj'rd will no doubt bo one of the char
acters.0 The royal yacht Alberta, which is now
undergoing an oveih.ml at Portsmouth,
7 j the JCilttor of the Daily Eaole.
Tho following is tho result of the feeding
of the dill'erent breeds of pigs which were
furnished mo to feed the past season. The
Poland China pig was donated by Mr. J. C.
Hyde, of Sunny Dale; tho Iterk-hire pig
was donated by Mr. 1). I. Miller, east ol
town. The contest was to detcrmino which
pig would piin the most flesh in proportion
to the amount of feed consumed in llfty-scv-Cil
The Poland China pig was farrowed May
-1, IPS I; tho Berkshire, April L'S, ISSl.
"Weight of Poland China August 1 (com
mencement of trial), IU pounds; weight of
Berkshire at the same time, S1 pounds.
"Weight of Poland China October 1, I7C
pouud; weight of Herkshiro October 1, l&l
The Poland China gained S'2 pounds and
tho Berkshire S2J pounds.
Pounds of feed coir-umed by Poland
China, "4G, pounds consumed by the Berk
shire, The Poland China consumed 3 pounds of
feed to 1 pound of flesh gained; the Berk
shire consumed S.1S pounds of feed to 1 of
According to the agreement, the pigs wore
to be nated and the feed paid for by tho
ow nor. 1 w as to feed the pigs and sell them
nnd donate tho money to some charitable
object of my choosing. Mr. Hyde promptly-
paid his share of the feed, but Mr. Miller
has not materialized with tho food bill yet.
Nor did ho fulfill his agreement to pur
chase tho Berkshire pig at the end of the
trial ut 10c per pound. The pigs wero sold
on the market for S15.C0. and tho money
given to the AVomcn's ChristianTcmpcrance
B. E. T-AWRENCK.
AVe can only ndd that J. C. Hyde, of
Sunny Dale, Is one of Sedgwick county's
mist enterprising and successful farmers and
stock growers. AVheu our first agricultural
society was in its infancy J. C Hyde ;)!
sure, to be on hand with something flom his
Sunny Dale farm. His short horns and hi
Poland Chinas have enjoyed a wido roputa
tation, and when such a contest as the above
was suggested of course he did not propose
to get left. As to Miller, wc can say noth
ing except that he wa beaten. An account
of tho affair was published in the Live Stock
Journal. Ei. Kaaix.
of knowledge however great, would not avail
to make good citizen, without a correspond
ing cultivation of the moral nature.
AVebsters definitions of "moral" are, rela
ting to duty or obligation, pertaining to
tho-e intentions nnd actions of which right
and wrong, irtuonnd vice are predicated
relating to the practice, manners or conduct
of men unsocial beings iu relation to each
other as respects right and wrong con
formed to law and right in exterior deport
ment." Tho duties and obligations lo eacli other,
to society and to the stato ought to form a
very important pirt of the training of the
young in tho public schools. Thev should
be taught to be virtuous just, courteous,
reverential to those in authority, peaceable,
law-abiding, doing always to others as they
would that others should do to them. The
stato has as much right to teach morals :ls to
teach geography, grammar or anything else.
And if we look to the end sought to bo at
tained by tho stato in providing for public
education, to-vv it, tho production of good,
true, v irtuous citizens, then the moral teach
ing assumes an importance which far trans
cends that of intellectual or scientific cul
ture. To bo a good citizen does not de
mand great development of intellect or high
fcientilic attainments, but honesty and in
tegrity, n puru heart and clean hands are es
sential. Tho constitution then makes it obligatory
on the legislature to encourage the promo
tion of "moral" improvement in all the in
stitutions of learning, from the district school
to the university. Tho absolute necessity of
a higher grade of morality is apparent in all
departments of business nnd of politics.
Never, it seems to tho writer, has there been
in this country such a lack of strict upright
ness nnd honesty of dealing in business cir
cles, so much chicanery and corruption in
politic, so little regard to justice nnd right
iu our courts in n word, such a general
breaking up of thu very foundations of mor
ality and virtue as exists nt the present time.
If the next generation be no improvement
on the present, God help ti, for wo hall
not bo able to help ourselves.
Every method that can he employed
should be brought into requisition to in'till
into tho minds of tho young a love for tho
practice of all those virtue that go to the
formation of the best type of men and wom
en. Tho moral instruction that childrei.
reeeivo at home, should bo supplemented by
daily lessons in school on their duties as so
cial beings in respect to right and wrong.
There must be lino upon lino, precept upon
precept, hero a little and there a little, with
no cessation and no faltering. Moral in
struction should receive a high measure of
attention nt the high schools, colleges and
universities, from which will como the fu
ture statesmen who will shape and control
thede-tinio of our country.
The question arises, nro wo complying
with the fundamental law of tho state? Do
our children receive from the teachers in our
public schools that moral training needful to
fit them for the responsible duties of citizen
ship Do those in authority tho school
boards and the superintendents see to it
that teachers are as faithful in giving in
structions in morality as in reading nnd
spelling? Another question suggests itself
here, do thosp who employ teachers satisfy
themselves that they arc not only strictly-
moral in their lives but capable of teaching
pnremoralitv? AVhile an examination of
teacher's morals cannot be conducted in tho
same manner as his ovamination iu geo
graphy, yet the examiners can learn some
thing of the teacher's fitness iu this direction
before ho is employed, and a few visit to
the school ttuder his charge, will show
whether or not he is capable of instructing
his pupils in regard to their duties and ob
ligations to their fellow beings and to tho
The tendency of tho times seems to bo more
to ignore all moral teaching in our public
school. Somo even asserting that every
thing outside, of the textbooks employed
should be rigidly excluded. This is certain
ly not carrying out the prov ision of tho
constitution. And the more strictly the
moral improvement of the children is disre
garded in our schools, the further off are we
from accomplishing tho highest object in
tended by our whole system of public in
fraction. Pure, true, virtuous nnd upright
men and women will be the exceptions rath
er than the rule among the graduates of all
our educational institutions, unless their
"moral improvement" receives a much lar
ger share of attention than has heretofore
The Hon. Joseph Filer, of Bloomington,
has a cahintt photograph of Piesident Lm-
j coin taken in Itioo, which is said to ho one
ol the best likenesses ever made of the mar
Mrs. Senator Yiinco as-ists her husband
in his ollicial work, and in fact does most of
his correspondence, feho aids tho senator
materially in maintaining his reputation as
the brightest letter written in Washington.
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, Mr. Gladstone's
Badieal colleague, is very angry at the re
port of his intended in.irri.igu. He'diuoun
ces the report as :m invention of the Tories
calculated to injure his .standing as a states
man. Tho l!ev. E. Anderson, of Boekford, Irn
written a letter to tho Koekford Kegiter, iu
which he charges that the real trouble be
tv.ecn himself and the Baptist church of
that place was the failure to pay him his
Samuel J. Itand.ill is reported as saying
that ho regards as the most noble event iu
history the act of Henry W. Grady, of tho
Atlanta Constitution, iu declaring the Geor
gia legislature adjourned in honor of Cleve
land's election. It is though this report
was first circulated by Henry Watterson,
who wants to convince the country that
Bandall is nu ass.
C. A. WILSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon. Office at J. P.
Furlong's, southwest corncivTpeke
and First street. " dl7Mf '
G. II. TEUO.lt. D ,
I'hvsician, Surgeon and Aeeoocbtr. -lUfiM
of Females spectoltv. Offic OTtrToIlock
I'earcc'e, DoorN'o, 2 Hldenc"o Market
street, three bloeks north ot Central. vt-o .
Cells left at P V Healy'g land olice promptly
il.HVim IV4 '
(i, ii r.iiiiiEi;, m. i),
311 lioulas nrenue.'sotilh side. Uarnesldock
over Derb 'a implement atore, Wichita, Kan
Jlt. J. H. HOLLAS.
A graduate and and practlcloner of Regular
Medicine and Coascn stive Snrgerv, pays spe
cial Attention to all Diseases of the Chest,
Abdomen, I'elvis. Nerves, and peculiar to
Chlldrea; Confinements of Women: Sprains,
Fractures. Dislocations, Eruptions, Swellings
and Tumors. Office, 125 East Donglss avenue,
Wichita, Kansas Consultation iwrsonsUy, or
by letter in American, as well as tbe German
MRS. DK. SEXTON.
The noted magnetic healer, is located at Ko.
(no North Market street, where tbe sick and
suffering may receive the benefit of her wonder
fal healln- power. Charges reasonable.
Attorney-at-law. Office on Douglas avennc,
over Lyncli's dry goods store. 120-(.m
W. M JOI1NSOX. M. I)..
Iloina-opatldst. Temple Mock, third stair
way north of postofllce; Wichita. Kansas.
OXcc hoars from 7 to a.m., 1 to 3 and T to 9
v. m Chronic diseases n specialty 123-tf
OIL W I.. DOYLE,
i'exnf OHlct over Harnes A Sn' drug
lore. Centennial lilock. Wichita. II-
di:. s, w. i:ic:nioxi,
Magnetic physician. Cures diseases of everj
liain and nature hy mng elie treatment, with
out medicine Ills cures are speedy and er
niHiieiit, nnd charge rersonahl. Diagnosis
ami consultation free. 1'artlmt frim adtsMnce
can board with him a rea-onahle rate ofiice
on wiuih VVaicrMreet, 'A IchlUi, Halloas.
Office la Eagle block, over
Ilovey A Oi.'s dry goods store
Da. W S. McIIORME,
Formerly phjslclan and surgeon to the LuuU
vllle City and Marine hospital, and late health
officer of -ipringfield, Illinois, has located at
No. 19 Mam street, oposite the postntlice,
fo general practice. Social attention paid to
gynecology, electric and galvanic baths. Of
fice hours 8 to 111 a.m. and i to 4 r. ., and at
TEimV A DUMONT,
Architect and Sajierintcndents. OlEco In
Itoys' b'.oek. Wichita, Kansas. i-tf .
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Until Further Notice we shall Sell Goods at the followingpees:
LAWRENCE, L. L, 4-4, -.
4-4 BLFACHED MUSLIN
BEST DRESS GINGHAMS
ALL WOOL SOCKS
jj-'U'itij '!'!'. 1!
ilf You would Escape
5 3-43H ROBINSON
n. W SMITH,
Eagle building, Donglag nvenue.
CKO. W. ADAMS.
ADAMS A ADAMS,
Attornejy at Law. Will piarlire Iu stale and
federal court Oflice in Eagle lilock, Wichita,
Kn- sn. dlJO-
HAUUIsj A 11AKUIS A FIKEHAUGH,
Attorneys at IjiW, Commercial block, Wich
J. a. 3ALDEKST0X.
Attohmcv at law, V. irhtta.Sedgwtci iwunty
..nnshs Oilier In CVtiteiitdal Itlock.
. VV. COLLtVJJs
noiir. m tiatt
Altorneys at Law. Will practice in both sUlf
and Feileral courti. Office In Temple block,
Main street, second dtairway north of 1'ost
ollice, Wichltt., Kansas
THE CHICACO FRAUD.
Our render are aware that the fraud in
Chicago by which tho Democrats attempted
to steal a state senator, and then a United
States 'cnator, was by forged tickets. After
the polls wero closed some two weeks, tho
lieuhlican ticket was engraved, and n fac
f imile of it prepared, then the name of the
Democratic candidate for senator was iu-ted
over that of the Republican, and placed in
tho ballot box in one ward, and an equal
number ofgonuino Itenublican tickets taken
out and destroyed. 1 his l- now proved and
acknowledged, oven by the Demo
crats. "Vc do not know that peo
ple should expre-s so much sur
prise at thi. There is not a reader of the
history of thU country for tho pat forty
years that does not fnovv that the Demo
cratic party, at all time, has been kept in
now it when it had power by similar frauds.
Thev remember tho celebrated J'laoueininc
fraud in Louisiana ns long ago as 181 1, they
remember that fraud haf been the rule in the
city of Now York for full forty years; they
remember tint nearly all of the southern
states ca-t their electoral votes' for Cleveland
lat AVednesday through fraud. Why
should tliero bo'such n huo and cry over tho
Chicago fraud, the attempt to elect a I'nited
States senator by fraud"-, when fraudulent
practices arc stamped all over that party for
nearly half a century. Commonwealth.
E. n liKNTZ,
I'hrslclxn and Surgeon Ollireover Fuller A
m I j Clttvr,
Arrliilc..i ami Hi orintem'eui. offici-, l-niii
Werner' block, DoiiIns avenue, between 1o
pekaaveuue aui! Lawieiue M., Wli hlta, Kan
Demist. Office In Temple block.
Attornejsat l.-, Wichita, KuniM
Dver Citizens' bark
vi. I Klllh,
Attorney at Ijiw liooni . ,t, tl . Iind
office building, U'lchlis, Iwil.sac .
The l'hotographcr. Pictures in all Bircs ami
stjlcs. Uo also carries tbe llnett assortment
of picture frames iu the city. Give hliu a
friendly call and examine samples. d-'J-tf
1. P. IIC-STOS, r W .k.STLAY
IIOU-IO.N .t. ItE.VILLY,
ttornevu at Ijiw Oillc over Kansas N"i
tlonal hank. Wlenltn "-"an
L-ontiartor mid Imililrii-, un First ntrcrl, nest
of tkiunty bui'dlpg
Auctionetr. Clearwater, Kaness. HW-3m
.1. J-. I. vULx.
Utornry ut Iji-, VA lehlta. Kansas
Attor.iev-it-!.i'V. "Hire over No. 31,
:tr-rl. '.Vieiiltn. Kan-a-.
Hit. .1. 0 DKAN,
IIkkti-t ftooins In Held building,
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mv nnno aE-v
j, diuo. .zmv m-ir.
LOm- tj-j mvw-rs
iMT aX fl-':-
yf Mam Street. BB :.i.
"arVX 9.1 Mnin Rtvnnf. BMBMBl-Bil'iUCD.s
;1 21 Main Street. RjHE.':'
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?k 21 Main UHi' 3:11m
WW WIILM .PlilV
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SEAMLESS SOCKS ' -
GOOD WORKING: SHIRTS
o n -""Y fciw"i
THE CELEBRATED BATES WHITE BEDSPREAD $1. 05
- ,- V- ,- -
GOOD OVERALLS -
HORSE BLANKETS -10-4
10-4 AH Wool Minneapolis Blankets $5; sold for $7.50
Our Cloak Stock is not at all broken in Styles or Sizes. All we ask is Come and See Us. We quote no pricesour
Price is Your Price. Anything in our line we shall be to the front.
21 MAIN ST&EEI.
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY
Loans Monet at Lo'-cest Hales.
issues Sight DmJU on all parts of Europe,
lluys and Sells Gov't and Municipal Honda,
Pays Intercut on Time Deposits.
Any Amount of
To Loan on desirable REAL ESTATE-'ltlier KAlt.MS or CITY I'KfjCUrY.
&T Connecticut Jiales of lnteic.it. jd
K. II. ROYS, SAM 'I. 1IOUCK,
LEWIS. I'rcfeiilcKt. A. A
ItOP.T. E. LAWIfKVri
FOUR REASONS !
Exton's Corn Mills.
Fine Ground ni Bolted Corn Meal.
Ground Corn and. Oats.
Corn-Chop ancl Bran.
roM.njis,!!!. llardineA Usher's
W. v VAI.KKU,
t ttipv hi I, u Onire ovrr KanaaA Na
II. A. MITCIlKI.l,,
Attorney-.it-lawandcollcction ajrent. Xo.ll
MinBt rrotjW i Oil la, Kann &. li7-t f
K. C. SCIIKOEDEIt.
1'liysiclan and snrKcon Office and residence,
ffi side of Main street In Y. Winch's new
bnll 'iiiK.ni'ar rotoffice. d-10-.'- m
UK. J. i: OI.DIIAJI.
OCrt cjirner I.nwrvnre and Dousina avenne.
I.Vsiilence Topeka acne, between Central and
Tldrd, opposite J. It. Mead's residence, dllltf
A. O. LOWELL.
Iiouhr renting huslness, Wichita,
ENFORCING A SUNDAY LAW.
In omo parts of Aikaiias tlio Sucdny
Ihw i ris;iiilv enforced. .Mr. .1. 1. .lockli'n
was arreted" on tho charge of shooting Jlr.
AVilber taggs. Doth p:rtics being men of
Irish Manding, tlio.itr.rir created great inter
est. In making hi statement, .lacklin said:
"Tlio court cannot regret more than I do
thi melancholv nlfitir. 1 have ever been
nvctve to shedding blood, nnd am so gentle
in disposition that, when n boy, I have been
known t run awnv to keep "from helping
when father killed hog. I would not havo
shot Staggs had I not thought my life was
in danger." The witnesses all jigreed tint
it wai u cao of .selt-defene, and the justice
m about to di-clrirge tho defendant, when
some one remarked: "1 was on my way to
church when the shotting " "On your
way to church!" exclaimed tho justice. "Ye
sir." "Did the allair occur on Sundaj''
"Yes. vour honor." "I discharge you "for
for killing the m.in, but will bind you over
for shotting on Sundiv. It U to bo hotnil
that after tlii-s vou will bo more careful."
A Ml re Tit I n a;.
Kor the permanent euro (wiihont mercury In
any torinj oT fjphlllio, hi either the primary,
reomdary or tertiary rtacei rofiiln, copper
colored lilotcnes on the lce or person, cancers,
old Bores, ratnnh, rheniuntism, scald head,
nlccrn, riinnlnzores ami ail diseases ari'ing
Iroinli Hd poison, em ei liy Iir. TurnerN Indian
ItliMid Cure A pamphlet mi sjphillis free.
I'or sale by Swentzell Do us I its, dniculBt",
opi-lte )-toitiro, Wichita, Kn. Price,
live doMaro per package. H arranted. Uitf
on 'ri coal olUce.
jiromptly. Telephone to Ex-
Hard Times, Wheat Low, Cleveland Elected, aiid
Overloaded With Goods.
These are the Four Reasons why I propose to Slaughter
CLOTHING. FURNISHINa GOODS, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES,
TRUNKS AND BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Thirty days.
I don't think times
will be much better (or some time. I
I am sroinir to do it sure.
IF YOU ABE QOINO TO Bl T A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Diamond Pin. Sieve Muttons, Hlnir. Uatchcs,
Lhnln or In fncteverylhlrp.lt wilt pay i 1,,-J J
you to po and see j 111 lll6 IfaU 111
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
Kor, if nehnnnythlnicynn want, yon can wive
money lir Inning of him- S3"lodoir8 west
ifTiemnnt Itoiue, next to Xlederlander's land
onlce. It Donslis tvenne Wichita Kans-as.
YOST & BENSON,
Are still on deck and with a
i big grin watching pretenders
las one by one they go to the
'hole. In short, we are so far
H. R. CAMP,
Sure cure for Ronorriiea, chordee, gleet, In
llimmation of the bladder, kidneys, paIo!e
glind ; white, lnflimniitlon of the urethra,
vagina whites, and all dUeaes of elthermale
or leinale of the urlno-jtenltal organs. Kor sale
li Snentzell A Donpla', dtuygista, onHnlte
l:.tolLce Wichita I.azeas ll.'-tf
titiji o a
I Trade Mark.
loen given it.
.V. I- T.
Mi Lvdro "E. P.ushbv, of Xew Yorkdiod
nt New liawn, Conn., Tuc-day, after drinV
ini; a pint of colore.
Brother Cartlner's Logonds.
Detmlt I'ree I'r.'j-
rivr.,v Mtnvi .m'....v.v .. ...w .w..w.... .
lectnds to be huni; on the walls during tlio i
tall nnd winter terra:
"A bigot am mo' to bo feored dan a
Vou Kin silencoa man ly knocking him j
doun, but it takes aryment to convince'
Human natur' kin sometimes be depend- j
cdon obcr niiiht, but it's de safe,, war to j
take rmto of hand for it."
"A man"- ratin-; am nut hot? much lis can
run in debt, but how nigh he can (uar' up
eberv Saturdtv nisrbt." i
jnuutry am tarunio unny p;eniy an
cconemy ceber goes b'arfut in winter."
"ltetween avin" nuliin' an talkin' too
much, de world Icanj tu do man who holds
"Our opinion of ourselves mVej u all
Pittsburg Dispatch : The t torj that tbe
head of Charlolto Cordir btu-hed when the
eierutioner exhibited to the crowd after he j
had cut it, cfl" with the guilotine blade it gen-1
erallv treated a a romance of tho French ,
revolution; but that other tory of the ame
period, of the severed head of tho victim th.u
turnel its ey.- and moved its lips in indipia- j
lion i partially utained by a French
scientist recent cirK-nments with a crimin
inal whoe head i( injected with arterial
blood an hour and a hslf after it had been,
cutoff", Tbo mouth a-surami an cipresion i
of life: the eye-lid lifted; the pupils if the '
eve contracted with tho light; and through J
6erniaion nca , ner
von deldlltv. and
all weakness of Ihe
nf li,,f h f. V d . I
Before Taking. Price, one packaue.AfterTlkln?.
1 ; elv for.1. liv mall, tree of ixstr. Sold
lij all dniffiri-ts. rainpalet free to every appll
rant Aildre 1I cummunlcatlons to the proprietor!-,
the. Murray Medicine Co.. Kansas City,
Mo CJ- si!d In Wichita, wholesale and re
tail bv Aldrlrh A Ilrown
C. B. NORTHROP,
ROYAL OK. COMPANY,
farlxm, bbricalin. Licseed and brd 01s.
TURPENTINE AND OASOLINE.
Coal OH and Gasoline deIIverelto all parts of
311 Donslai ave. - - Wichita, Kansas.
BUNNELL & ROYS.
Agents A.J. &S. F. R. R. Lands
Thr oldest itabU hed real estate Arm la the
city. A larger list of both dty and country
property tor saie at reasonaoie pnees.
Money to Loan at 6 Per Cent
OUR LXSCE.VJ.CE AGEXCT.
Aetna, of Hartford 3,!K,1
German American, of New York .W3,9Cd
Hartfonl, of UaxtfortL l.MI.IW
llame. or NeirVoTk - T,te,MS
las. Co of Sarth America, ot Phils . 9,071,05
IJt. A Lend., Globe, of Liverpool, i,m,9se
I'hCTii. of Hartford l.CS.OiS
Underwriters, of !r York S,C99,T9
Tlie Eqaltable Life, of Xew York.... SO.000.OOa
Watches, Jewelry Silverware
.Mm lirancii office for the United Mate
Watch Company t3 One door west or the
Vnllry House. Iiouglas avenne. K-
Of Wilscn & Tillinghast.
CLEARWATER, - - KANSAS
Do a general lwnUnif business. I'rninpt at
tention Klven to cnllectlons. rj-ir
Wichita, - - Zzzzx.
Braucb Yards nt
Garden Plain & Harper.
Killeen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam Sl Ga
His FiitnrM. Sieam Htatinz i VeciHatli
SpecaltT. Estimates Famisied.
Job work promptly attended to.
Werner's boll linjr, lonIs atenne
W. L, McBEE,
Sedgwick County Abstracter.
Ab tracts of title compiled on short notice.
Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance.
X3" Representln -even of the largest enra
paates In the world . M-tf
That point needs no further
QEEAT SCOTT !
We will sell you anything
you want in that line so cheap
that you can't help buying.
Next Door North of Postofllce.
I take pleasure In announclrslothe pub-1
lie that! hae resumed nir cI- of German J DsnCla
Twenty Thousand Dollar Stock.
All good New Fresh Olo.in Goods, marked right out in plain
figures, very low. We sell strictly at One Price, will. oiler
One Hundred Dollars Reward
To any man, woman or child that will "jew" either mv clerks or myself five cents on any
article in the house. Ten per cent will be returned to you in gold, silver or currency on all
purchases in clothing amounting from 50 cents upwards. Twenty per cent will be returned
to you in gold,silver or currency on anything in the boot and shoe line. Remember the placce,
CHEAP CASH STORE.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, First door West of Citizens' Bank.
CALL AND SEE IF I MEAN BUSINESS.
Wichita City Roller Mills!
Instruction: and will from l)cfi
occuiiv room No. 8. of Prof. l'enpn Coni-
mprcial Colleaf, or "tVoxIaisn'it Hank. J
Ladle' cla from 2 to I p. m ; gentle-1
men's from " to 9 p. ru. j
further Information tnajr be obllnJ by
caKlns al mv n sliltnc, corner KmjKjriit j
avenue anill'nstlth street.
11 IIS. A. IIRF-srilAlX
.Inane, near (pel.
f.HlAJ'USIIK!) JJffl. IXC'CrORATKf
ULAmJFAGTURE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS:
X. L. C R.
Tbrk, Lraml hr k on the mr.U K.t, W.t, 'ortl a4 tomtk tut ln Jrt, tA Var
rna an lblr''lt!'n wb.rTrlnU'lw4. To try tfc.in I. to ila; Mllb lfc W r
alwrafi in th rrkt fur wtit ( bi(fct ca jrk.
HACKER & JACKSON,!
WTsol!ean'I retail Dealer In !
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
7th and 8th Additions
OLIVER & IMB0DEN CO.
TfcU It Uii nvit 'iraWf rliJiic tfvfnj
Pricee Low. Terras Easy.
n hnln in thf. sLtlll th. hlootl xtai ztwn li
temnoraril v circulate. Dr. llrora Sooaard. ! TCj-0 -a &y block, cprtair., or Btk
ol 1 ari also trictl tho fame cxiwriment on ' ot Comaseree.
ados:. Tho animal's name vras called when j . .... ... , .-,.
it orfenedit ore and turned it head in the CO! IUOtAS AD LXWKENCK
direction of triToic.'- J WICHITA. KAX.
B. SI. BROWIT.
Do p 8 Avatie, - Ttchit.i 'K.vm
or aatrfcwicn Coturrr
is.TAl.LUiHS'J LS tnlu
I .nd al! dni of
j Canon Cit7, Trinidad and O&age
"W. Va,, McAleBter, Fort
j Scott, Cherokee, Rich
i Hill and Pittsburg:.
ji, pbuw, ri &kt Frfnaa ffif$ AfHicj li tie Tallej.
fj a n i wa Sue.
J ''.Il-W-Jin W'trt,tt IksiorUj s4 n
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent.
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
orrscK ! imc&LA a vexce
Orr Brsn Zmg Ster.
"The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GKOOKRDfiS.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
No. UO Dn
HUflKY A KKCBNKRT
UiUBXKU. Jr.. rrWt,
cko. k. trxiAun, j'i Cur.
A Ccrpista Stocs of Pise L-aaber.
Iw. t oa haad
rf OJUr nd rr f XtrUt trttt, ifrm
DtUt limm mtd rtnt Stmt. M -t
Crrvn oo-w rem a diily ttaf t fram Klgrr.n
U rtoi. Trait IfsUr, 1
Coll Water, Cciaicb Conty!
TTblo U ia ffcrt tb at ilrrct nret to
bI-J wt r. A Ur Uaa ttat, Hh plenty !
rext lux, ta bt rtt Th Cioeoo
111 nit yua Ur tarw 4i roJVr th aj
iUnr 'rar. Ta CABTMntAtl wm KlalTco
B 4j. xoA tttafi itttTtn nrjj it mllr..
KIsjbsa t s m a.rrtrn attr
titt liia -at IratOsrtlI-3r. awl
al Cold WxratS.. to , awl itl. ;
lr XJ" OSw la Klapaaa at
9f-u exxxars arar sta HT.it.
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 13& MAIN St.
, Kansas State Bank.
i Paid-up Capital, - - - - 152,000
VinMrttm m Xvrtrae-M Arrssi.,
Atmjb. rmUVZer Tint .".
Druggists and Grocers.
; ?ciV tMpositi.. Mat. CotUxtiaiuf, ftvy nnd StU Krtkangt, and tram
f aei (t Oterui ttonkin? Iiujinca.
nzsrELoct wtst or TxtMosr Hotxsa.
Xi X 32 DovAia Art WJrts Ks ' -Cr, PXtr A CO.. a -TJM t .X Y.
nxrtonxt. Kor xummtcx.ctu.
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