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TOE WTCffltA DAIItf EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS, SUNDAY MQRNId ,. JULY 4, 1$86.
AiHrwia all basinets IttUrs to
ROLAND P. MURDOCK, MlUfir.
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Vi.KMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILT BT KAIL.
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v'enlv rents ;r iKOcuifrrt.iij rATrieram
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xlioofeny oilier i"P-r fr e.j-i.I rula" M n
All tranIeot jMlvrti.M.'iiralfi Jut U. ;Jd
for In advance.
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,',wlC-Uct matter, sj-d nl-re 1 V) lri.iiiultJon
brouxti the inalU as Ecch.
St Z... Kt. S. & W. R. K.
ItAST BOCKO TRXl"a
rt. liaU Iy Ei.res and Stall.. ....'UilS a. m.
M LooU Night Exprcea and Mall...7:S0!.m.
Kansas Uty Iac Kxpren and Mall..9:I6 a. m.
Kansas atvKlgbt Express and Mall.', :30 p. m.
i'reight and Accommodation )lil5p. rn.
TBI ROOD TKAD.S.
t Louis Kar Express and Mall 7.Wp. m.
fit. LnU Mpht Express and Mall ..7:I0 a. in.
JUrJas City Day Exp. and M.ll. ...'7:00 p. m.
Kunlasaty Night Expand Mall.. '7:10 a.m.
"rrlzbt and Accommodation 11:00 p. ru.
Dally, t Dally except Sunday.
I lor Ion rtdlnlns chair cars free between
Wichita and St. Lonls. Pullman bnffet parlor
and sleeping cars between Wichita and St.
Louis. The St Louis day express makes close
connection at St. Louis with all trains east,
north and south. The St. Lonls night express
makes cloa connection at St luls wlih all
trains east, north and couth.
"Wichita Be Colorado.
Mt. Hope Express anil Mall.
Mt. lloiio Accommodation...
Mt Hope Express and Mall .t0.!Si. m
Mt Iloiie AccommoiIttUoa .tlu:U0a in.
1 t Dally except snnday.
passengers will not be allowed to ride on
might tr.ms without gftlDOCK .t.
l)ep"t, 1st and IVlchlta Us.
.C'ty Oace. 1U3 Main ft.
A. T.& S. V. E. li
r-Coicg nortb, acroinmodatlon
-Joins soutb, iMcnger
.Going south, pafrfenner
.CJ'ilnit south, accommodation
.. -M-p. m.
... 9:15 h. m,
... 7:t" p. in.
.. 2:io p. m.
.. & (Op. in.
... 'J :33 a. m.
.. 2!) p.m.
joliia north, passenger
nolng north, aecuimnodatl&c
jjojog north, passenger
... B5ii3. 1
ioMto & "Weatern.
?0. 5. Mall and Express.
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. . tt-M p. m.
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Golnz west, passenger
Going west, passencer..-'---
Going wefit, freight
Going east, iaeenger
Going east, pjascngnr.
Going east, freight .. ..
4:15 a. la.
iOinge&Sl, ireiRui --., trslna
I-a,eengere are gT
.Irfrrrtircmrer n Xii tohinn mil be tkerftd fr
1 Ike Tale CI r ivc - . -- , -- ,.
74o:Ueme-!l taken for .Vf I tin K cent,, en u-ll
aoJ le titerSrit mill paid for.
-ttaktiTiiI-A lob printer, one that under-
1"-.- . ; ...
rANTEI For three or tour months, n
W sinall furnished h..u.c. or suit or "-
edrWm. Addr.-W. . Kaslo oflire, or P.
O. boxK7. a " -
., Amn o-.
-S carpenter', 15 scrsper holders,
listers. 10 rixinen. i5 ItlicreiT,
y 20 teamsters.
from $12 to Slto per day; 3 alone mason, i
washers, man and w ire In tow n . 30icr mouth ;
man ami wire on farm. 3 dining room girls or
boys. Call at my office, Kh Doogla nu'.
J. K Kenworlhy. cl
ANTEI A oltuallon by a young man as
clirk; well acquainted with English and
German: can giro good reference Address E.
J. Everett, Kingman, Kan. "M"
1T"ASTEI-Man and wife; min to work on
W tlie Place and woman to do general Inn-
work; nodilldren. Appiv '- "n,CD'"
lloyd's office, unaer oouaij um.mi,.
WANTED SltnaUon in grocery ttorc or de
lUeiy wagon, byn young man or 15; hid
me experience andfean rl I sood rerercne,;
wages not m miicii an object as a desire to
SnlshUarnlng the trade. Addna I. K box
233, city. -M'1
ANTKD A good blHcksmllh with unall
capital, who dealrea to engage in bnslnef.s,
will tlnd en-Muragement by a-ldrejslng .lulhis
Sknsa, New Kiowa, Kan.
-ITTANTED Office room, or fiesw n
W r Douglas airnue. Address I.
ara IJlle i I'.rneggcman.
txTANTED-Kooin. breakratl mil tupiT,
Wnlce famil. for two married gents. Au
reus K IMilllli.s.eare l.lllle Brueggeman.
TANTKU A good girl at
;lrt Nortli Fourth
None need ap
.' ..... i- i .ipir&r..
jdy bnt bo J JwU nd smart
-tTT-ANTe It Hoarders at No. 210 Nortli
,V Kouith aver.uo, one block or Doiiglaaatv;
lioard without Iwllus il.25; totrd wltli I-dging,
l, SI 5J,5; meals. .-enls, 3S-
"TTT"STEI) A good 0 or 8 ri-om lioase well
7V locateil. N. F. NelderUiider, C7-lf
-I!r a party in baratoga.
. Kan., a
V V uood ienmin to a.lt I
. In abstract and real
!: I.lr.eik. Kor partlcniar call ai oiuce
of South weotnrn liusltir s College. -.-t.t
ANTED Ers!iody building newboutes
to put In I'allady's automatic, peir-ad-ible
window u'reeua. 'Iheyaro male Hie
iilzeoraliairwliidoweafh. and run from top to
bottom or window; can be taken out by press
ing a spring; rheape-t. best, most ronvniriit
ever ma-le; every la.ly want- them at tight; 2i
Bold Crit day; amenta wanted; county 'Igbtajfur
sale. SIC Douglas avenue. Si-01
"I7"ANTKDlIorse and buggy;
per month and lew!, and commission on
hn.li.c Aililreha.!. F.. IJlgleoniCR. 3i-i
IITANTED A 0 or rooin houke neir the
V busine.li center; can give good reterenre
Jnqnlrc at 127 N. M arret street. 3-Ct
niT-ASTi:i-1 No. lttone carver lor i.uim
Inirwork. AppIv at Hlce llaira stone
vard.net or Santa re depot. Parties applying
must rurnlsh good rererence. 3n-irt
WANTED Tiro unfurnished rooms, suita
ble for light honsrkeeplng; rererer.ee ex
changed. Address, tvith terms, liox liot,
"1T7ANTED Landlor.1 for the elegant new
V hotel over the bridge; will be ready for
occupancy In a few weeks. It la centrally lo-
,cateu and will command a large llrst-class i.-
ronage: terms eay; none but a flrt-class hotel
man need apply. Address or see I. .!
neror Freil A Sowers, vi icliita. hin
"IHrANTED Itorrowers Tor money; we place
W money at tlis lowest rates on all kind f
.chattel security loan, ami loontecondmort-
CJiaviri rvvuii, i-..-, - - "- . .
gages on larms. iicim t.iijut. w., -
arroers Hanking Co., No HCWeat Douglas
WANTED Hoarders at the northeat corner
of Third and Lawrence av 3.1-tr
ANTED Dining room
house, 2in EaU Dougla
WANTE1 2 stone niacn; man and wife
for farm. 3 loan agents, salary Hler
juontli; C ageuta bir nursery; 3 agent fortlio
oaUol a good bo k; a agents f..r shirt factory,
at No. 68s Douglas ax enne .1 II. Keiiworthy,
rANTEl Teams to work on gradeo' Shii
W taFetn lUce coantv. Kansa-; wages SJ
tier dy- Enquire or llaney
track, U) miles irwn Uttle ltlver
Co . end of
WANTED J.adies.i-dl gthT old style
bats and bonnets rehapl Into new ones
will nnd i to their lctsret to call on Mis. It
K. Trie. 113 William it !t i:am and llar.et.
"lirANTED A gocd printer. The undersign
V ed wants a good printer, at once; mast be
familiar with all branches or the art; also sober
steady man; stee.ly employment all upon
or address, slating terms, etc.. A. II. Carpen
ter, Valley Center. Katu '"
-mwyANTEIs To loan the cheapest money
W ever offered In the west: ow-ners or bnsl
oeas blocks will find It to their Interest to call
on Elliott A McXees. dllVtl
WANTED All parties wanting goo.1 loca
tions on government land address S. 11.
Ilerbeton. Garden City. Kan
TirASTED To loan.
s,V).lV) M on business
block and residence property, within
lie next 30 days. Kansas Loan and Investment
T1XANTED Itookkecpers and bnsiness men
W to know that the Na'tonal AcconntanU'
;tnreaa offers unsurpassed facilities Tor the
procurement of flrst-class men and women for
positions as bookkeepers and aeconntmls.
r.usinesa men who want efficient help, and ex
pert bookkeepers who can gve flrst-class ref
erences, and want situations, would do well
byaddrelngus. Office for the state of Kan
sas at the Soutbwetern Business College,
Wichita, Kan. dl2S-tf
"YiTANTED To loan at lowest rates
W union rltv and farm nronertT.
i-air any day. S. W. Cooper, 137 Main s
WAVTEIs Thlrtv to forty 2-year-old short
hora bulls, well graded up. to b de
livered at ranch, ninety miles south or Ar
kansas Gty, next Jnne. Address Short
lorn." oBc Dally Eagle, with price and de--riptlon.
500 worth of aee-
nmA hftnd smoda of
at as west
WAN'TED-S agents to tell fruit trees, saw
tuniicn, clerk, book-keep and
eTerybody ont of employment to apply tow iai
once, for 1 have every opportunity to And slto
tmi.rivp nti aiIiImu with atamiie. or c&u
on. I H. Kemri.rthr SUS I'onclai ate. 40-Ct
.TTTANTED By yonng lurried man. room
W nd lmrd with nice private family. Ad-
.!,.,. wiih term., etc .G. Kacleoraee ci"
tlTANTED To Bell the lease for eight
W moms, with furniture, cent rally locatea.
r or particulars call on Kleen A StoekloKer,
plumbers, south Lawrence ave. M.t
WANTED-A yonnz. energetic grocery
.1...1, ik.t nniii.r.uiiili book-keenlDC.
iki t.. iiaai A Co . Arkansas City, Ki. 10-3
TTAXTED A axod German girl to do house
TT work for two in iiiuuj
reference, 316 N. Toka ave.
"lTrANTEl A girl
to do rencr&l house
work; rereronce reqnlred; good wages.
. lox?C4. (.31-tf
Address, box 704.
ANTED To trade, a very fine frm, east,
ritar county line, or asoacrcs, highly col-
ir4-.i rnrritrtrnitfrtr. f!allatonce. Glover.
Allen JtlHlngsley, Kiirlcy Itoth block.room
C, npetaira. -.-
FOR ItEST From Julys to September I, to
gentleman and wire, five room house, lur
nisbed complete for housekeeping: lrty going
east. Apply 430 North Waco avenue. 40-Ct
KENT Nicely fnrnShed room for rent
with board, at 123 North Mosely. JS-Cf
KENT Two furnlshe.1 rooms, each
cnltahla for one or two gen tlsmen; refer
ence given and required. 315 South Emporia
FOE KENT Two liamlsomely furnished
rooms. No 129 North Lawrence avenue,
with or without board. Apply at HoUldas
FomtKNT Or aale; newnve room iuuk.
closet, pump and sink In kitchen; yeranda
on south aid west aides; within fonr blocks of
Douglas avenue depot; rent, 3 per month.
Apply 311 North Main stregt. 37-Ct'
FOU KENT Furnished front room and al
cove Inquire at Ladles' liensvolent home,
North Main street. J0""
large, light room for
C office, cor Main and second sU; price, !2.
Immire at Stewart's ding store.
FOIt KENT Furnished rooms by the day or
week. Inquire at No. CIS East Douglas ave.
room No 1. upstairs, or at 11 West Douglas
ave. room No. I. over l'etrle's doming store.
Mrs. J. M.SIager.
i!fMTvlflvfnrnllied room. chap.
wo blocks Jrom Douglas avenue, ZM south
FOI: IOINT fctrictly-first-cla.is tnrnlsncd
room, large-t and most convenient in
ictdta, in Union block, over I'alaee barber
shop, next to the Commi rdal uoiei, iagiaa
. .. .. in.l.ie.. -iiAni N,i fi
avenuo -ippiy w Jro. uu, " ,:z,
TPiOIt KENT Elegnt rtirr.II.-l mum,
, at 3a
J? week, suitable lor iwo i. n iien.ru
oer Muleriaimer's rcii rnme u.-.. '"
block Sirs. J T. Morgan. -lJtr
TOIt SALE A rare bunnissciia-ce; aiunv-
X1 lng grocery butlcess, wiin a uce pairuDngo,
In a very good location, at a bargain. Inquire
of G. M. Hunt, at the Goodyear house. 40-3t
TOB SALE 80 aeni on the hillside, north or
ri- bsli-hts: suitable for subdirlsioo. C.
S Caldwell, Temple block.
FOB SALE The best bargain In lh city, one
1 5 room bouse, with cellar, pump, and sink
In kitchen, veranda on two sides: 50-root lot; In
splendid location, seven blocks frtm Manhat
tan hotel, Sl.Ml; 8600 cash, balance at . r
month. Addrass F. O. box 1171. or call at 314
North Main street. "
T-Oi: SALF-The rurnlture, flxtnres and lea,e
all rented and paying a good profit; must be
S' r tiiirtv loaging rooms; lovnuuu ...-.,
,..i.i . nirnerfolncio leave luecuy. u-
drew J, care i . "
Pf. CV..U. ,.tl. ,- l'll.la !.
f lx 410, Wlchlta.Ken, 38-C
.rtii a a a av ifasi fiisanii:
10 share In Forest
if CitV ISnlldlnK afrdatIon. by . n. McFar-
..f t.ra.tllntrtr.fl. Kan. J-i-l
I-iOBKALE-Lota i0 and 112 North Water
J street; good five room bouse and barn; west
..r Occidental Hotel, rorpricn Wu .......
r.nlreorll.J Mueller, Anthony, han. -t
.tOB SALE Choleo residence lots on Law
rence avenue, neiween "" ..,
east rronts; will Improvru. '.J
and rrnlt; no buildings; these are the choicest
bits InTbe city; will, sell K. MmWO reel: toT
terms and prices, canon a. ! -v-
InOltS I.f-l!llllard room with two oal and
Kn" Millard tables, in lively town of 5,jW
swain, IlarKT, Harper county. I an
Inl.al.ltanlt lilt fVIIalICIlLlJlS. JJ a -- -
i-noi: SALE Ught set double harness; cost
L when new UJ; also first-class Ib; will
..ti .hii Call at 111 &omn jiiain v. ""'
"Hoit SALE 2.0.0 fine cigars at 15 per 1,000
T Iffculd thlsweeK
Call at 115 Lawn nee av.
I 'OB SALE ICflxllO corner lot. east front on
1 Waco street:maat deslrableproperty: can be
lmn-ht chean. Apply to tlio Anglo-American
Loan and luestraent Co .117 Douglas av. 35-Ct
cue on. KKCIIANGE A fine uuarter
,.r ii.,i ..mi llrlnir water, and a new stone
l.n.tnes ho'nse. 25x50. one story; will exchanga
building and land for a clean groceryor li an -ware
stock- Address lock lox 1C. Crisflebl.
Harper county. Kansas. d3---w
I70BSALFortr acres; locate.; very flnei
on south edge or city. IK miles south ot
Douglas av: this Is a bargain Tor ten days, In
.ItilreorG O Strong, next to iotofflce. 31-tf
FOB SALE A quantity or good fenre posts,
barbel wire, patent renco and old liimbrr;
ery cheap. Apply to the Anglo-American
Loan and lncslin.nt Co , 117 Donglas av. 35-61
TTiOB SALE 30 acres on College Hill, at
ln.jutre or G. C.
Strong, next to
IiOBSAl.Eor nnt ine cnnrcniu nou
1 Conway Si.rlngs. There are 12 room9.
rJrnlsbed. Will sell the furniture and
Hie building If desired. Address li Churc
Coimay Springs, bnmner county. d-
rOB SALE Hotel at Attica. Kan., at a
i great bargain, or will sell furniture and
lease Urn bouse. From 6 to 10 train, take their
meals there every day. Address E O Walibin,
At:ea. Kan , for particulars dj9-12t
1 rOU S LE At a bargain. 1C0 a-res Just east
J"1 tr Cblsholm creek; can be cut up In choice
Kds. Jn.iurro G. C. Strong, next to postoHce.
FOB SALE Lots In Hodge's addition wet
of the Fair grounds, i mile noilh of the Unl
versltj grounds. These lots are the highest and
ben in the city. Time will lie (sjvm to those
wishing to bnlld irdeslred; for lurtber partic
ulars Inquire nt the grocery store of Dodge A
Hughe. 122 w Donglas ave. 23-tf
T?OBSI.E lfifl acres Joining city.
Ith hedge fence, orchard .nd grove, nous
and barn; could be cut up In choice lots In
quire nfG C Strong, office next to l'O. 23-tr
iOK SALE In Ilurleigh's first and second
' addition, a Tew fine residence lots located
on Fourth and Fifth aves. between Oak and
Eleventh streets. For particulars inqnlre or
llr. II . O. ltnrlelgh, ne cor 4th ave and Oak st.
i'OIt SALE Forty lots; can bo UiIJ In In
' stalments. and special Inducements to those
who wish to build. G C Strong. d3.tf
J5 lots command a fine lew of lrhlta and Ar
kansas Valley. Friees rai ge from $! to
alio); terms liberal. Inquire at office or G C
Strong, stairway next to iiostofllce. d5-tr
IOBSALE Forty lou: ran be raid In In
1 stallments, and sie.llal Inducement to those
who wlh to build. Inquire Geo C Strong, ditr
FOB SALE Beglstered drug store at a bar
gain: monthly sales averag" 1,0U0 cash.
Call et the Arlington house, Slu Douglas ave.
IOB SALE Stock or.imgs and fixtures: will
' Invoice about 2,500: ceatrally locste-1 and
doing a good business; reasons lor selling, wish
to retire rmra bulness; address F O. box4ti7,
WlclutaLKan. . . , StT
I "'OB SALE The furniture, fixtures and lease
' or a flnel) furnlshe.1 hotel of 40 rooms In s-w
Missouri, doing a good business an In one of the
be-t hotel points to be found; satU'actory rea
sons given for selling. AiMrass U. W., Eagle
office. . ll-tf
1?OB SALE Four lots In s w block of Liuck's
' add. fronting on Faraave.ouly one hall blk
from street earn, the lots are covered with bear
ing at pie trees, slrcofloU loaxI75. pttce I00
per lot: onehaHon time at per cent. IT de
slrnl. Humphiey ASon dH7-tf
IpOB SALE Two lots en Main st. In Eng
' llrli'efthadd. 1' down ballance .none
year lime, numbers IS and SO. price S4.i; Hum
phrey A Son ,n'L-,f
poll SALE Or trade. Goo-l (louring mill at
1 Albion. Harper count) , Kan. ou S. K. B B.
1),' miles wot or Argonla on St L. Ft Scott A
VI IcMta B B. Will sell on long time or trade
for other i roi-crt y. Address II W l.ewis. Wlch-
s a I vr:oo.l residence and business
,-.h.?tv in tiiwn nfClsarwater: also a cood
farm near county seat of Comancheoounty.wUl
trade for Wichita city proptrty; Inquire at 123
FOB SALE Oklahoma look history and guide
with Invaluable sectional map. bv Col ! C
Cole. This country Is about to be opened np to
settlers. Colonies are being organised all over
the U. s. Parties Interested should procure a
copy of ih's book at X. P. Barnes A Son's.
icniia jvews IwO, vscciuein.ainrwsfciiu. uau-
hattan Hotel, or the Oklahoma Publishing Co.
329 Douglas ave, Wichita. Price, by mall 00o
and 91. H4tf
T70B SALE 15 high
crade Hereford bulla.
one and two years old. Inquire at Kock
creek ranch. 7 mile west of Andale. or at Red
Front shoe store. Allen A- Lewis. P. O.
Wichita. Kan d75-tf
FOB SALE Fine farm near Mt. Hope, Im
proved. acres good plow land. 40 acres of
good hay land, 40 acres good pasture: will give
long time on part and will take In trade horses
or rattle. Enquire at probate Judge's ofllce.
T?OB SALE Only
few choice lota left In
Frisco Height addition. Inquire of U C.
FOB BALK We offer for a short time X acre
In Hilton's 2d addition, X block north of
Central ave, at a bargain; price tli.
MHllson Co. over Hyde's book sto:
FOB SALE A bargain ; 100x140 feet on cor. of
Market street and Carey av. Apply to the
Anglo-American Loan and Investment Co., 117
Donglas av. 35-Ct
"TOR SALE 777 acre of land on the west
A? bank of the Bis; Arkansas river, 6 miles
northwest or Wichita; 9s acres plowed, and a
small oreSmrd; no balldisfi; balaece reaced
with wlre.waured by the river; all good bot
tom land; Bdea ass rwraere If sold soon; part
ussre wstHH a per cent, saqaira oy
tB BALK A fas breeding jack, for the
rium of tlOO
Inquire or write to Fink
T7IOK SAIJE-Oaelx-horepoworileel boiler,
X with all fltUags; locomotive bnlld, new;
price, 200, spot cash; one 3x5 Inth horixontal
engine. 2-horse power, new, $75. F. Uareleo,
Untchlnson, Kan. 33-lm
FOU SALE 00 acre choice land. In lots from
5 to 20 acres, at 125 to SW per acre. Austin
& Neasly, room 14. Elliott blcek. 3i-Ct
FOB TBADE Livery stable and the entire
outfit; flood business, good location: every
thing belonging to a first-class livery stable;
sltnated In the city of Cleveland. O; will trade
for lands In western Kansas. For particulars
address lock box 139. Wichita. Kan. 141tf
STORAGE For household goods or merchan
dise, boxed or looee : Ifyon have any goods
to store bring them to the 'Wichita Storage to..
No. 116 w Ittuglas ave. "-"
CvTOKAQE For household goods and roer
ft Stanley dlK-lf
LOST A charm (a live dollar gold piece) for
a watch chain; 15 will be rewarded forlla
return, aa it was a aeepsaxe. uuiwi
Market atreet. '
LOSTJuly 1, locket watch charm, contain
ing the picture or a Uttle jlrl; wUIpaytte
finder $3 If returned to thlsoMoe. W.F.John
LOST A large yellow pocket book contain
ing tto to Hi. some railroad passes, etc ;
flnder will be rewarded by leaving same at 1 1 his
T?oUND A real estate man's record book.
r Owner call at Jtagis oaue. n-
Woodwortli & Stearns are headquarteri
lor ladies' fine French kid hand-turned
shoes. Azk to tee their $5.00 shoe, equal to
any f COO shoo in the market. City Shoo
Store, 138 N. Main ttreet. d401t
Warwick lodge, No. 41, Knights of
Pythias, will havo a public installation of
officers next Monday evening, July 5, 1836,
for the members of the lodge and their fam
ilies, after which refreshments will be served,
Members of other K. of P. lodges in the
city that evening are cordially invited to at
tend, liy order of the lodge.
dlO-lt F. J. Abxold, K. of K. & B.
We will tell everything at away-down
prices before moving into our new store.
Woodworth t Stearns, City Shoo Store,
138 N. Main street
0 lbs Good Bio Coffee lor $1 at Steinhaus-
er-Merkle Supply Co,
Mocha Coffee 3 Ibi for $1 at Steinhauser
Merkle Supply Co.
We have just received the best "odorless
excavator" in the state, and are now pro
pared to clean vaults, cess pools, eta, re
move djad animals, and everything per
taining to a flrst-class tcavoDger business
Parties needing their spring work done can
drop a postal to Burton & Foster, Box 179
City. Telephone No. 9. dlSO-tf
Cox & Stanley have some rare bargains
in resident and business property in this
city. For the proof call at their offioe, 230
Main street. " d!23-tf
For pure apple cider and choipo apples
and fruits of all kinds see John SchottdllStf
Tolophone your orders to Freeman for
hack or livery. d70-tf.
A bargain in California canned goods, 3
pound cans, 20 cents each, at Steinhauser-
Mnrkle Supply Uo. a-tt
J. L. Sheldon, from Topeka, will tuno for
all who order pr postal card or leave orders
at Thos. Shtw's musia store. Main st. 23-tf
Mackeral 0 cents per kit at Stcinhauscr
Merkls Supply Co.
The Bye. Bar and Throat.
Or. Broon, oculist and aurist, No. 110
Douglas avenue, near lha corner of Main
street. All diseases of tho eye, ear and
throat, including catarrh treated. Glassos
fitted to correct all errors of retraction at
short notice. d24-lmo
Tho Wichita Eaolk printing house keeps
in stock a complete lino of justice and lmal
blanks and township blanks of all kinds.
Cboico fresh berries of all kinds at Stein-hauscr-Merkla
Genuino old government Java coffee, 20c
per lb. lloaetcd fresh evory day. Steiu-hauscr-Merklo
Supply Co. 29-tf
Honey to Loan at Sight.
I can close a good city loan at lowest ratal
in throe hours any day in the week. S. W.
Cooper, 137 Main street. d80-tf
Merchant's lunch at Gandolfo't restau
rant from 12 m. to 2 p. m. All the deleca
cies of the markets of New Yotk and New
Orleans and tho tropics served up in true
epicurian style. dS4-tf
Genuino He-No tea COc per lb., at Stoin-hauser-Morkle
For bargains in farms oo Cox & Stanley,
at 236 Main street. dlS3-tf
Golditanat Bro's & Co. aro selling
their straw hats at cost. Call on them.
100 foet on Fast Douglas avenue, near Ida
ave, cheap if sold this week. Brown &
Cole, 327 Douglas avenue. dl"-tf
Bo it known to all who aro ia want of
business houses or lots on Douglas avenue
or Main street, Cox & Stanley have some
bargains that must go soon. No. 286 Main
8 lbs Choic Rio Coffee $1, fresh roasted
every day at Steinhauser-Merkle Supply Co.
J lbs Good Rio Coffee for $1 at Steinhauser-Mcrkle
9 lbs Good Rio Coffoo Ior$l at Steinhauser-Mcrkle
Special Carpet Sale
The Kansas Furniture Company havo re
ceived 100 rolls of carpet, which on account
of their moving to their new store, they will
roll lower than any ever offered before in
this city. d33tf
Best cider vinegar 20 cents per gallon at
Steinhauser-Merkle Supply Co.
Fourth of July, Reduced Rates.
The St. Louis, FL Scott & Wichita rail
road and 'Wichita & Colorado railroad will
sell tickets between all points at one fare for
the round trip. Tickets good going, July
3rd, 4th, and 6th, limited to Gth, returning.
C. P. Rector, D. "W. pasiengcr agent-
TO TflE TKAYXUJtO. rCBTJC AXD IVATEOXS OK
Till raisco LDTE.
Commencing Tuesday, 15lh iast. the
Frisco line will establish a daily Pullman
sleeping car lino between Springfield, Mo.,
and Ualstcad, Kaa. on trains leaving Wich
ita at &20 p. m, and arriving at &30 a. m.
This service, in addition t the Pullman
linos that are now established on trains ar
riving at Wichita at 5:50 p. a and departing
at 925 a. m.
D. Wisuakt, F. D. Rcsstii,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Western Agt
St. Louis. Mo. Wichita, Kas.
A whole basket of tea for COc, vtbi-a.
one pound. Try it. Steinhauser-Merkle
New potatoes, 25c per peck, at Stetohauser
Merkle Supply Co.
Two cars of Early Boas, Beaaty oi
Hebron, Barly Ohio, Peerless and PsbcIv-
blow potatoes at J. M. Allen 4 Co-'a.
Fwf stale) CTl 1,
Vottoa to Contractors and Builders.
Sealed Md. will be received by C. A.
Walker.clerkofthe board of education, at
'Wichita National bank, until Thursday,
July 8th, 1886, for the cotitruction of a
school building in the Fifth ward of ths
city of Wichita. Plans and fpecifications
mmv Ka mm n ProudfiMit t&: Bird's office.
F.-!a V.1yttl- TKi, fiarl rfvprvsul thA ri?rjt
to reject any or all bids. d37-8t
Choice raisins 10 cents per pound at Steia-
hauser-Merkle Supply Co.
Hydraulic Press Brick.
We have the agency for the abQve
named brick and can furnish them on short
notice to any contractor or builder. Tho
biat brick in the market for nice fronts of
buildings. Call on Hacker & Jackson, cor
ncr 4th and Douglas avenues, or 117 Water
street. d35 tf
The New York Millinery Store, 138 Main
street, having changed hands, will close out
their large and elegant stock of trimmed and
at greatly reduced prices to make room for
the finest itock of goods ever brought to
this city. Ladies, come and secure bar
The Thompson-Houston light will be
furnished to anyono desiring it for $6 per
month. Send order br mail or caU'on gen
eral manaeer. P. Baukr. 150-tf
Every lady and gent in Wichita to know
that J. T. Holmes has the finest Berl in coach
and team in the city, especially adapted for
1-j:u ..lllno Tt i imnlinH with hffll.
spoaking tube.card case, hand mirror, &c,
in laa everyuueg uiai goes ut usks uu
fint-class carriage. Telephone; Office No.
116 South Main street; residence 503 South
Water street. dl07tf J.T. Uoursx.
Choice New Orleans molasses 60 cents per
gallon, at Steinhauser-Mcrkle Supply Co.
Beginning to-day, May 1st, the SL L, Ft.
S. A "W. railway, in connection with the
Missouri Pacific, will run chair cars freo be
tween Wichita and SL Louis every day in
the year. This is in addition to our regular
Pullman parlor and sleeping cars, which
will continue to run daily between Wichita
and St. Louis. We are the only line that
can offer such service co tho public.
W. D. Mukdock.
Agent, 109 Main St., depot Soconi and
Wichita street. d9-tf
No. 1 flat hoop salt $1.00 per barrel at
Steinhauser-Merkle Supply Co.
Fourth of July Excursions.
Commencing July 3rd and continuing
until July 5th, I will sell excursion tickets
as follows! On the Santa Fo at one fare for
the round trip within distances of two hun
dred miles. On the 'Frisco at ono and one-
third fares for tho round trip within a dis
tance of one hundred and fifty miles. All
tickets good to return until July Ctb.
d33-10t II. B. KxiXEii, Agent,
Santa Fe Route and 'Frisco Line.
Smoked halibut 6 cents a pound at Stein-hauser-Merklo
Choice residence lota in Hinton's addition.
Large fruit and shade trees. Only three
blocks from Douglas avenue. One and a
half blocks from tho Third ward school
house. For sale cheap, onc-lhirJ cash, bal
ance on timo at 8 per cent interest. Apply
soon as they will not bo long on tho market.
P. V. Healy. d30-tf
Tho Knights of Fhythlas contemplate leas
ing for a term of years a suitable third story
for lodge purposos. Parties contemplating
building on Main street or Douglas avenue
aro solicited to submit propositions to the
L. N. Woodcock, )
II. W. Stswart, Com.
d33-3t F. J. Abnold, J
Ktraw Hats at Cost.
Wo have commenced selling all our straw
hats at cost price. Como early and get fit
ted. Uoldstandt liro'a & Co., 204 Douglas
J. J. Hughes oQers a liberal reward for
tho return of bis dark bay mare, small star
pn forehead; also her colt. It turn to Dodge
k, Hughes' stqrfc. d38-3t
A largo stock ol gauze, balbriggan nan
sook and lisle thread to bo closed out
cheap. Goldstandt lire's & Co.
Or exchange for aero tracts Wichita sub
urbs : A 815 aero farm, situated on a good
gravel road and on cross roads, in Boone
county, Mo. ICO acres has been in cultiva
tion, now in blue grass, timothy and clover.
155 acres in timber pasture, underbrush cut
out. 3 springs, 1 well and a clear running
creek. Cattle barn, 35x70 feet. Cabin fur
help, and two smaller buildings. Good
neighbors. School one mile, church ono
mile, Aa excellent opening for a country
store and to handle stopk. All well fenced
and cross fenced- Kail stage passes tbp
place twico a day. Titlo perfect, no incum
brance. Abstract made. Apply to K. Phil
lips, care Lillie & Brueggeman, or to Fcank
Horine, Columbia, Mo. S8d5t
Ponies for Sale.
Jndian ponies, all gentle, 500 head, all
colors. Price from $20 to SCO, at tho
Wichita Ilorso and Mulo Market. dSO-tf
Richardson, Simon & Co. havo just re
ceived direct from New Orleans a car-load
of fancy Lemons, the finest that wero ever
offered in this market. d30tf.
Money can be had of the Davidson Loan
company en long time and at lowest rates of
interest. Office in Citizens bank, Wichita,
The Kansas Wholesale Furniture Co.,
has just received a car of carpets which will
be put on the market at greatly reduced
prices. Examine their stock. dl24-tf
Everybody that desires to invest in the
booming city of the west call at the office of
Cox & Stanley. 23G Main street and get
prices on property of every decription and
in any locality desired, improved or unim
proved, business or resident. Special bar
gain in corner on Lawrence avenue. dI3-tf
To those wishing to dispose of city prop-
t.rt-r &t rAftsnnahle nrira on double nuick
leave your list with Cox Jk Stanley while the
boom is raging. -KG .Main slm.1. dlo- u.
Fourth of Jnly Iicirsloii Bales.;
lh St. Louis. .ortcott anl Wichita Sall
rsd. In cnnneeUon with the UUsourl Pacific
Hallway, will sell round trip excursion tickets
At One Fare for tbo Round Trip.
Sal of tickets commences July 3, ard con
tinues cp to and Indsdes July S. limited to
July C. rtturalna;
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a First-Class
BROWN & COLE,
Real Estate Dealers.
32S BawttM AvtMt, WMHs.
fOssnasSte VaalialtAs rWL.ll !
AUwIsSwiakUVSTforseli real eatate. raart a
a ewlaies ssss) eel esiiliiui. ssssmM svot
A POSY SONO.
Come, let aa a posy make,
Sweet with lasting Cowers to-day I
Gather roses, dear, and break
Pinks in bud and sprigs of bay,
Myrtle, violets, woodntST, rue,
Lavender, and featheriew.
Trim It round with southern wood,
Gray and sweet as honest ago;
Ladies' bedttraw fresh and good,
Lilac, thyme, and silver sago.
Kiss it list and let it lie,
With my letters-till I die.
A. Mary F. Robimon.
PAINTING A WAR PICTURE.
Colleetlns the Material for a "Pano
rama" CoL Fred Grant's Photograpli.
"In painting a war picture the artist must
first select a battto of national interest and
with a certain dramatic value of its own.
Now comes the almost endless task of col
lecting tho material The soldiers who take
part in a great engagement often represent
almost every locality in the country. All
tho sources must be consulted. One can't
afford to be mistakeu in a single instance.
It would be detected the very first time an
old soldier who was in tho fight visitod ths
"But to make you understand I will tell
you bow I collected the material for the
rJiege of Vicksburg, that Mr. Morgan is now
nabbing: First I obtained access to the
war department at Washington, IX C, and
collectod every photograph and sketch per
taining to the light, l also obtained copies
of the roll call of all the Federals engaged
in the battle. To SS.UOO of theso men I
sent circular letters requesting them to send
me their full name, age, weight; height, and
a photograph. Thousands ot thesj letters
have been answered. It they were all col
lectod and printed in book form I honestly
bolieto It would be the most interesting and
most unique contribution to the history of
the rebellion extant.
"A few days ago I wrote to CoL Fred
Grant asking him to send mo a photograph
of himself at the age when he was at the
battle, of Vicksburg with his father. Yoi
terday his wife answered tho letter, sending
his picture, representing a lad ot 13. Sbo
writes: 'Dear General: Inclosed find a pho
tograph of CoL Fred Grant at the ago when
bo was at the battle of Vicksburg with his
father, Gen. Grant It Is the only one wo
havo cjl him while at that age, and, as his
mother prizes it very much, will you
kindly return it when your great picturo is
-Hero is tho photograph of four men all
standing In a row on crutches. You w ill
notice that each man has lost his loft leg.
Thoy wrote me a letter stating that they
wore all engaged in tho battle of Vicksburjr,
all were from ths somo neighborhood, all
know each other, and all lost their left leg.
row isn't that a bit of remarkable war his
tory f Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Uorrora of Vivisection.
Vivisection is a terrible thing, even when
oncsthetics are employed, but without them
an operator must have nerves of steel and
th heartlessness of a dovil to perform it un
moved. Of course, I don't pretend to say
that good has not resulted from it, hut, I
repeat, it is a horrible thing horrible l
yond expression. Soma years ago, a lot of
young students at Indianapolis operated on
a horse in a cellar. Tho animal was tied to
stakes driven in the ground, and after two
or threo futile attempts to chloroform it,
they went to work without To prevent thj
sulTering bruto from making a noise, an 1
tba cry of a bona in pain is ono of tho mo.t
appalhn; sounds on earth, they cut the
ocal cords. All it could do after that was
to make a hissing sound, liko wind escaping
from an air pump. Thoy penetrated tbo
cavities, sawed tho living bone, and oen
lifted out some of tho organs. One of thoso
nuo was present at the operation told me ho
thought the horse would nover dio, and tint
tin sccno haunted him for months. Dr. J.
In tlio Hands of Conservatives.
T was talking the other day at tho I'alraor
liousa with a bright, cnorgctic young mau
(rum a town not mora thau a hundred miles
from Chicago. Ho told me iu substance:
My ton Is a most discouraging place for a
young man of push and energy. Tho Lusi-:ie-3
aqd wealth of the town aro in the
bauds of a lot of residents who aro able to
live handsomely from their rents and in
terest, and who don't caro whothor the place
grows any or not In fact, somo of them
would rather too it remain just aait Is, for
thoy havo become so attached to the old
landmarks that they do not like to seo them
disturbed. No encouragement is given to
any new enterprise that may be started. On
tho contrary, it it has any tendency to in
terfere with the business of the oil mer
chants, tbey band together to crush the
new comer out While other towns around
it, with no better natural advantages, aro
Dushiuc right ahead, ours is us dead as a
last year a
bird nest." Cor. Chicago
The l'resldcnt and Ills Visitors.
President Cleveland has a queer way of
expressing his interest in a visitor. If ho is
E leased and is won ovor, be will stand with
is hands behind his back and settlo way
back upon his heels- If ho drops his hands
to bis side, you may bo certain that he U nil
attention, and is about to get nt tbo facts in
tho case. But once let him brin his hands
together In front of him, you may bo very
certain that the mutter has boon settled as
far as ho is concerned, and that a further
audienco is unnecessary. It is said that
there never has been an instance where the
President I rough t his hands together in
front of him but that ho accomplished the
gesture of an emphatic and decided nega
tive -Washington Letter.
ONE OF THE GREATEST SAFEGUARDS
IN RAILROAD ENGINEERING.
Why a Train Can Not Travel on a Stralcht
Line Down Grade A Simple i:iplana
tlon or tho Matter Hut Little Hanger
up Graded and Ii.it CurTes.
"You may Hie till the yellow dog fades
from history," said a conductor the other
night as the train hummed along, "but
you'd never see a straight railroad down a
The curious passenger with the watt on
his now rolled up his eyes in astonishment.
".My dear fellow," he exclaimed, staring at
the conducto.-' "I do not understand what
is to prevent a train from running straight
"Ju'it this," continued the conductor,
"curves are necessary on a very heavy
grada Paaengers are sometimes struck
with the great number of curves on tbo road
while It is up among tho bills. Tbsy imag
ine the curves are merely necessary because
the road winds around tho hllU. This is
only partly trua If the railroad were to
cross directly at heavy grades it would sbll
be necessary U havo tho curves. "o train
can go at a high rata of speed down a heavy
grade on a straight track with safety The
etpUnation is simple. The tendency of any
heavy body like a train ia to move in a
straight line, and the attraction of gravita-
"on b not sufficient to overcome the
tendency to shoot oft" where great spi of
momentum has been obtained. Ileum, a
train fljin? down a straight track on the
hillside, instead of leepjg the bra:!; would
tboot oT oa a tangeat into spaca.
X K2---! IX EVGIXEXnLXO.
"The curve," continued tbo wine man ia
tho blue uniform, ii one of the greatest
lafejuinis in raoostain engineering. This
is particular'y notice Me in the ca.se of a
freight track. It very frequently La(rn
that aa engine, drawing a heavy freight
train, ran not stick clcr-e enoogh to the
track, when going down a heavy grada, to
control tor speed. An engine going down
hill is really mere helpless than the tarns en
gine going cp hllL That is. she can poll a
grrrter weight cp the hill than sLs can bold
back la going dowa the hilL It is a very
eoaitnoa experience, with engineers of freight
engines to have their trains literally rah
them down heavy (rradas at a high rat of
speed. In sacs insCaacca every curve is se
much salvatuxi at the right tira- The
curve retards the speed and ecables tba
wLnds of the Cying train to get a firmer
'purchase' on the track, ilailrcidfaf in the
hills wocj.1 be very dangerooa were It cot
for tho rerrw spriaaied along ai freTarit
H)a wnit railroads it Is the castoa to dis
connect the lever from the driving rods
when a passenger train a descending
beavy grade thai extaeds for many miles ,
Tb train Is manand ailtir by bar air i
v.v v.Tt JI;. . ie.i. i '
brakaa. Esery csrra acts aa a bra o. tbo
speed, and ia tils way the train can swing j
for Loan wttnoos atratninj a im
wfcb the ail of tiw air ,
J Jsst ttsra the trmln wvat aroazx! cum
1 sUrU rJ tFs akSML
-Ifsawtoitr to tos,' bs sasped, ntal
Th l rarstsij i i. is trsissi doot tj eS tbe
- ae k ,
"T1 "sj "' ' . " ' r:
WeD. sir," ssOI tte cosict, "I
rsvurosvuas! for rsrsT-are rears as.
iws ! T ea sae w or ssssri os m s isssssssasa;
A. T. Carpenter5.
A.teuxrurjr vuitv vu. jjain f.
a .a .. .W.. V 1a .
aUlri.neittr.ro. mchlta.Aaj t. dapwif
. H. Baldcrsiai,
ia24a&. Oicetnli.tinl.'ABPci. lS-tf
J. R. Sites,
Attorney-at-Law. Office 117 E. ItanabU Ave..
with Anglo-American Loan and Investment
Jsoes &. MoBtasse,
Attcmeys-at-law. OS.cs In Eagle block, n r
Uor.-y A Co.'s dry Roods store. 7J--t
u. c. sr-css.
w. a. siai tiM.
Slnss 4 Stanley,
Attorcejs. Wichita, Kansas.
J. F. Luck,
Attorney at Law, first door north of U.S.
l.an'1 OSes. In Commercial Block. 'Wichita
Kansas. Special attention given to all kinds of
business connected with the U. S. Land OSce.
Hattos 4 Riles,
Attorneys at Law. Eagle lllock, Wichita, Kan.
K. C. hUGCXt. u u. kOTs.
Rugplsa & Roye,
AttomsTS-at-law. UiCcc. over Ko. li- Vain
Street. tVIchlta, Kansas. 3-
Janes F. Major,
Attorneys taw. Will practice In all Kansas
courts, i c;iocs a specialty.
iuibu a swtrr, ivuugia are,
Attornev-at-law and collection annt.
Main street. Wichita. Kansas.
E. D. Parsons,
Attorney at Law and Heal Estate Agent, odlce
oppo!ie Manhattan hotel, room 9. de-lm
H. E. Gore,
.aw. OBceover li; iHjuglas are.
F. P. Martin,
law, oSceover Hyde Allumble's
took store. Ill Main st, (up-stalrs)
Attorney at Law, Woodmans Bank liolldlni;,
113 Main -l.
a. W. COLLiNUS. L.I1C7. M MATT-
Colliaga & Piatt,
Attorneys at Law. Will practice In both state
ci reuerni conns, uaee in remp; bioca
Main street, s-cond stalraar north of I'cst
Oc, WichttH. Xanv.
cio. -a. inw.i.
Adams A. Adaaig,
Attorney t Lkw Will -.rvtlce Instate and
federal c.iri OSce in Kajle Block, "Wichita,
H arris, Harris &. Vernllllan,
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, iih
3, V 3 LanJ
Att ey-et-Law, oace Temple Block.
B. A. SAXKtT. i. r CixrniLL.
Sar.kcy &. Campbell,
I.wyr-. HlcJilts. Kansas. OSJe southwest
corner Market street and KouRlasavenne 31-11
A. R. Museller.
Attorney at Ii w. Over Shan's Music Store.
opiw-jte I'oki OOIce, German spolm Wichita
George W. Clement. Jr.,
Attorney t law. 131 Main st, Kansas atIonal
i-.ancnuii.linR, tt 1CM11, Knnas
A M Jl'COUALGII. C V U'COLUH Ml
McCollough & McColIoueh,
1'byslcla a and Silicons. Office. .So. 119
Douglas avenn. over llarnrs' dreg s ore: resi
lience. a7 ouih Liu renre avenue; te!etnne.
M. A. Pratt, M. D.,
Office llj.llie west .taint ay, Uagle Mora; resi.
di-nrc. Iota Walissh ave, onr 1st et IJ-I;
OJIe and residence. 311 Ilougla armue,
south side. ISarnes idock, over Ii.rhy's Implc
ment store. Wichita. Kar.ni. diG3-lu
W. A. Minnick, M. D.,
Ilnneor.athlst OSIce with I)r K. Slalbews.
.Main et. Sad italrway north of I'ostoQcei
re-Iilence MIT V. Fourth st. near Union Drixjt,
Wlclilta, Kansas. lelerlioceNo. 111. dill
Or. J. ). Stoner,
Ilon.eojitlitst Of.ce fj.io;lto tt office.
Kelienco, CSKorihllaln street, VVIcniia.
Dr. D.A. GuytontSor,
Ili)slrlacs and Suiyeocs. office I aiu Iilncx.
oji. Occidental hotel; resldrnce
Dr. C. C. Alien,
I hytdciun ami Purpeon, pfficr and rrsldenre
tS) Dougla. aveenue New and f fictuil treat
ment or hemorrhoids, ami Ili.rasrs cf women
Dra. McCoy & Purily,
OmcollTMaJn strert.oTrr Itedit A Sons' store,
Wlrldta, Kane. Ttlej!ione at residence.
E. B. Renlr, M. D.,
Physician ami Surgeor. OrSceorer Fuller A
Russell &. Jordan,
rhyslclansand surrenns; oRire on west sMeof
Main si, i.rsi stairway south or M
InR Telerhone to A l T
Palmer C. Jay,
l'hyslclan ami Surceon; office at li. i. Terry's
dniit store, BIS e Dnuelas ave. H-lm
I. H. Mattingly.
Physli I an, offce over Indon Tailors. No 1.71 n
Vainstre t ln-lm
L. S. Ordway, M. D
Hnmoenpathlit. O.tcs. cir Dnuclaii and Ur-
rencc arennes; roqius, I andS; telephone, 1M.
Mrs. Sellna H. Miller,
llrni'teopathlc l'hyslclan, corner Ulter street
and Central avenue 5'f-3i.
D F.ST1S 7.S.
'e. E. Hamlltoa, M.D
Specialties Iliseases of the hv, Kar, J"os
and Throat, Catarrh and Cttlrr rls-s (n.ce
s-wror Ilouglas and Market, np stairs. Wleh
Its. Kau dI?Awtf
D. W. Smith,
Iikxtist KKle hulldlna, HouIn. .troi...
McKee &. Patten,
fnri;e,n I-entlsts Teeth extracted without
lain lUslsetartmdal teeth, i tfi OOrelU
K. Honjrlts are, Mlchlta, Kan dll.
Dr. J. C. Dean,
IJiktist. Onlle thpostoSlee
traetel without pain
Ors. W.L.Doyle . Wilson,
KiiTIs Office over P.arn A on's
ore. Onttnnlal block. Wichita.
Mra. S. T. Headrlckagn,
Teseher of llano. Organ snd Theory, '- Sorth
Geo. T. Thoatpton.
Pr'ifrsslonalPlaco'l'unrr and neralrer. Itef
errncrs. Cathalice llsseel and Ihorct 9haw
A Co. AH s4anos tcned by the wave iyts ;;
the only rthod tt will taaeyonrr4aaorr
feet -d make It sound etarmlair Worktar
atI. Iave onlers with Tbcss fhaw A
Co . ronsle dealers. Mala street
C. VT. Xtllegg,
tirl-tcct and e4iprrir.tea lent Plans U p-
-tIfnf ail clfse
irt l!yd. ir .tore
Fro-dfoat t Bird,
ArchtUc ia d --trtatetidcai. OCeetnfUfl-
Meesra. Hadscn & Brevsrt6r.
Ssrreoss Vt IIlss, of Sew
Tork. hst hal thlrtr-Crt y.ars
and darlae that rerloilhst .orrrcl.
toTses act cattle tT all diseases tiat ;ah I.
G CErsw.ter. foimerlycf laeRrlUeh array,
cradnateef th AttcrltarV04Jreef Lds
and Pari., kat jnlaeil Ur.(Isdoa la practice ..
We call the aruntloa et owser. ef hr a4
steckrBsTaIlvthstwtraaraate cars la all
case, that we treat ) Eirlua't tixi
s'sAlc, IHrczlas areBse. wlth'SJ IJ-tf
B. S. Earrissa,
Iotiee ef t Peace; cC.ce with Wt-lerv A
lrey. Ia Iewsy Ltiliitr -tf
Forest City, U A-, No. 5220 K. of L.
WIll neit rerUsrlv -.ry Friday aUrht le
iv.cttfl XHori. Hall. MesHer, r r-fvet.s
W be petse-ate-tca evralx- ky nlr et H. T
m J!' . .. . .'
TfcealesTT rvmresla s!J t s4.
ty, ,,. 'tgrlv- , trX i-et '
, putcre rrth.- ia -K-. rtty -iv M a
rflesr a;i vm mm ui i i-i-u
. 1. Parrott, 1
ItmaI rMyr-t:r lj rrartTior, u Itjdm j
I BAB&AI.-.S ir ksai. ts.A.n-
' X i arrlcstcraj a4 ixl rara tAre aed
. cu-Ult kIUc rro rrr. aV": Ija rn trte.
l - t - MTM!fli:il tesrUre. UatrteSr mr ..,,... fril. rlj. MSaes
I Aloeaa Uu la cttraaelr Unta aai ta
good sxU&horxxasA. rmctii terns to SSsssss
tsissnas; -ja bs-ls kofi.
Alsveatertswsmerrr. Jvr telUssOTts-SktssSSMOwrrswswe.tssawlswWsmBsaC.
"We have cv.clu-le control of the
An-1. ire prepared to furnish
And Footinir Rock.
MTc iut lie HuiMcrOIvons and Contractors
to git e us a call.
TELEPHONE 86. .
tor. Second and Wichita Sl.
Wire cable and
ro e spllceil and
lilted to elera-
l f CXMNiillU, 3fp S Lin St.
Fhilu 4 isEKBrn's SiWETftiT
' Fsrgo S(.ri2
Passencsra for Mead Center. Haliibelt, West
Plains. Merlilla. ParsToSprlnin.. ami all ulntt
In Soilthwr.tsrn Kansas, will tare tln.o and
money nv irinc via
iinON A PLYMtI.L'1 LINK.
Headquarters at Cimarron and llaplt o lly
both day and nlittat tr&tza now stoi at each of
these points iU7-lf
lv EYE, EABjA
Eyos, Noso, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
surgery and Deformities.
E. "V. 2vlTTKrSEL,r,, 2wt. 2D.,
Proprietor and Surgeon In Charcre,
North Main Street1
KACvl.K CORNIC'B WORKS,
Ju.l north of the Occidental
CASWELL & BUCKLEY.
Manufacturers nf Galvanised Iron Cornices,
Tin, Iron snd Slate Koodnr by eiperlencxi
workmen, Kepalrlnsr, Ontuna and aputlnsr
done with neatness ami dispatch, rJ-KsUmaU.
and desire tarnished on short cnuu, dltf
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 St 138 MAIN St.
Resident on Iwrene
Avesce, Post-Ofl!e Ilor 0S.
An Ideal Cup of Coffee
CAN BE MADE FROM
A pfect Wend of Private Plantation
Java and Pure Arabian Mocha.
Alwaji paefced la two-fard, alr-tigtt
tin cam. Nevtr uAd in bafk.
27327 CA2T GUA2iUTT2ZB.
Tbil CcSte JJ by
J. SI AIXK.V k. CO.,
12 Uoojlas A ts..
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ce cu &ot yrttx srr.Ks rrrr taii4
fsrCknulaSitisUss x3fsvto. Unrarm
. si saafali t. Ucet-aU. trt tomjia. n-
Uru sjxs ffsrr
IsAra larms sat 4 at.
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Men's Elegant Embroidered
For ONLY 95 CENTS per Pair Former Price $1.75. to be
had at the GREAT SACRIFICE SALE of
BOOTS, SHOES 4 SLIPPERS
C. E. LEWIS & CO.,
110 N. MAIN STREET. WICHITA.
9 5 cts. 9 5 eta
100 Dozen. 100 Dozen.
STRA W HATS
BecLuiced to 50 Cents.
Former Price $1, $1 50
Manhattan Clothing- Co.,
Herman & Hess, Proprietors,
II H (.AltUIIOM,
WOODCOCK. DORSEY & CO,
itial Estate, ft bstiads Loans
Office, Dorsey Building, opposite Court House,
In thopUcnto get Kverythinu ktipt in a Firtit-Olsuw Haktry.
EOKARDT it SCOTT, Prop'c, 144 Main Street
Hs.t twoliOs bsr A irftt OtaM-Hon
V ktttiKlmA Attti. H trhlla KtBM
The Oldest and Largest House in the City
Ai&rich & Brown,
"Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Burcicnl InHtrutufcniM. Drugfriitn' BundrUs., Hsvncy Goods., KU,.
In our Prescription DopArtmamt Kunt but tba h)rti
DruK". FinoHt Chemlcstla stntl Mont Exports-need
Olnrks svrs BsQpIoyd.
Orders by Mail Solicited.
Nos.138 and 140 Main Strcfil - Wichita Kansas
--F. W. SWAB!--
fui.crit.i; iu 8TA;hwAK.)
Krj on ham! Aim j;ood ol tbe Utal styjts. TJirj laxjrtjst Uuk i ii
diy. rjatlafsectlon fiutnUA. Ko tronliJr lo to yvwlt C all ! Ju?
3r. "Vr. B"Wy3a.
J. R. HOLLIDAY & CO,
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES,
No. 227 lx DoutfM A.tcue. WICHITA, KAM.
S. D. PALLETT,
NORTHERN MU) SODTHERK PIKE LDMEEI
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors A Blinda.
-? tre. l4 lt'U .'' ' !- 6f fa-ft --s Ttlt-.
IC1! ICE! ,
DEPOT AND OFFICt. - t24 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Ice always on hand at depot,
Orders for Shiprntnt and C!ty Delivery
Promptly atttr4M !- Tiltymm N. 123.
SOHN & WILKlKa
9 5 6t&
326 Douglas Avenue.
Kt A IHttlnKV.
H. W. KENDLE,
WOOD, (10TII, AM IKTAIJJC BIWAL CUB
OLOvjce. CK-rV3?3n, jvyc:
Isi.hoae direct to WleJtlls CaetrT tlB AlwajS Oftt
If- Presv' elete r. ) ( T'Uffh
ll:t U WlrJl Ctalr
rir.t IX-r Porta sf
Faaaftra aa4 -MaHfe
Steam Fngines and Before
I roe axel Brs. CasUaf aa i ralUy sa4 SAsJU
las' il(ea ratla i aer Amsj-s) W rtt
Ares) ff tw tlssJea leeea sssa MSSSSt,
All sl4 rs1 ea- assert su(Ue sisvi
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