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ROLAND P. MURDOCK, afncr.
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matter, nod entered to transmltios
hrongb the mails as such.
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cast BomcD tbaccs.
St. Ixuls Day Express and Mall 3.16 a. m.
St. Louis Xlcht Express and Mail.. .1 JO p. m.
i city uav express ana aiau..-j 10 a. m.
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WXST BOCTO TUADCS.
St. Louis Day Express and Mail ..
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.7:00 p. m.
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Kansas City Day Exp. and Mall.
Kansas City Night Exp. and
Freight and Accommodation
Datlr. t Dall v exceDt Sundar.
Bortoa reclining chair cars frea between
Wichita and 8t. Louis. Pullman buffet parlor
and sleeping cars between Wichita and St.
Louis. The St. Louis day express makes dose
connection at St. Louis with all trains east.
north and south. The St. Louis night express
makes close connection at St Louis with all
trains east, north and south.
Wichita tt Colorado.
Mt. Hope Express and Mall tcsa a.m.
Mt. Hope Accommodation t-3"P m.
lit Hope Express and Mall tG 28 p.m.
Mt Hope Accommodation flOOOa m.
Dally except Sunday.
Passengers will not be allowed to ride on
freight trains without tickets .
W. D. MURDOCH, Ag't.
Depot. 1st and Wichita eta.
City Office. luO Main st.
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Going north, passenger 8-25 a. m
Wichita & Western.
No. 2. Mall and Express 9-OS a.m.
No. 4. Express 4 50 p.m.
Way Freight 115 a.m.
No. 1, Mall and Express, going west 9.55 a.m.
No. 3, Express 6 10p.m.
Way Freight 2.10 p.m.
St. Louis) A San Frsvndaco-
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Going wet, passenger 5.50 p.m.
Going west, rrelght 12 05 p. m.
Going east, pusenger 9:25 a.m.
Going east, passenger. ...'. 9-20 p.m.
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Going east, rrelght 4 15 a.m.
Passengers are not carried on freight trains
II. II. KEELhlt, Agent.
AlvrrtitmrrJi in thu cotioin mil be charged for
tt the rate of Five Cenli per Mne per mcx. S(o
ttvertllemrnl faten for .Vt than 25 rcart, and mil
not be inserted uztilpoid for.
TaTANTED A position by a younglady com-
W vosltor of five years experience. Add
stating terms, etc,. Miss A
terlload.St Louis, SIo
TVTiv'TRn-A situation at bouse painting in
W the city. John L Owen, 153 N Topeka
XTTANTED Music pupils by a grsduatoof
T the Illinois uonservaiory oi aiuis. w
on or address Miss Lucy Ford. Jfo. eooSouth
TopeLa avenue. 45-6t
YV men for railroad work; also want every
body seeking employment of any kind to apply
at once to me, re the demand for help Is daily
increasing. Address, with stamps, or call on
WANTED A girl to do
small ramllv. Ani.lv at
housework in a
Apply at once to 439 Blver
street, between Central avenue and 1 hlrd 6t
fXT ANTED To sell stock of cigars, tobacco
YV and confectionery, and Ice cream fix
tures, or will trade for a good horse; also a
good hotel business for sale. Address txx
1102. W ichlta, Kan. dU-ft
WANTED A position as day or night
clerk In hotel; can aire the best of refo-
tUT ANTED A girl to cook for eight In fam-
TT lly; excellent wages: 119 -
WANTEIJ C carpenters, 1 responsible and
oxerlenced loan agent, wages 8100 per
month; man and wife, no children. In town,
at S30 per month. Call or address.wlthetamp,
J. K. Kenworthy, WW Douglas ave. 4G-61
Situation as nurse or bonce-
references exchanged. Address
O. Eagle office.
TITANTED A baker; young man prefered.
V V siaIj wages witn or witnout iioaru. uei
Address box 3.J, Arkansas
A good 6 or 8 room house well
N. F. Nelderlnnder. S7-lf
1TTASTED- 4. So 1 stone carver for build
YV lngwork. Apply at Uice A Hall's stone
yard, east of Santa r e depot-
must rurnisn good reference.
VITANTED Borrowers for raonev: we place
W money at the lowest rates on all kinds of
cnauei security loans, anu aisoonseconumon-
fages on farms. Wichita Banking Co., and
armers Banking Co., No lie West Douglas
fTTANTED Boarders at the northeast corner
T v or Third and Lawrence av.
WANTED-Ladies wanth g their old style
hats and bonnets reshaped Into new ones
will find It to their Interest to call on Mis. B
K. Price, 113 WllUams st bet 3) aln and Market.
"WJITANTED To loan the cheapest money
YV ever offered in the west; owners or busi
ness blocks will find it to tbelr Interest to call
on Elliott A Mc.vess. dl5-tf
"ITT ANTED All parties wanting good ljca-
VV tiona on government land address s. II
Osrbeeon. Garden City, kan.
17"ANTED To loan, 850,000 CO on business
YV blocks and residence property, within
he next 30 days. Kansas Loan aud Investment
WANTED Bookkeepers and business men
to know that the National Accountants'
3nreau offers nnsurpased facilities lor the
procurement or first-class men and women ror
positions as bookkeepers and accountants
ISualnesa men who want efficient help, and ex
pert bookkeepers who can give first-class ref
erences, and want idtuatlons, would do well
by addressing ns. Office lor the state of 'Kan
sas at the southwestern Business College,
Wichita, Kau. d!2S-tr
WANTED To loan at lowest rates.
000 on city and farm property.
ready any nay. . n.
Uootier, is? Main at.
"TTJ-ani ED Thirty to forty S-year-old short
JT horn buns, well graueu up, to dj ur
llvered at ranch, ninety miles south of Ar
kansas Cltr. next June. Address "Short'
horn," office Dally Xagle, with price and de-
WASTED Immediately, .V worth or sec
ond hand goods ot all kinds at Slit west
Donglas are. lllgheatcash prlcepald for second
hand goods. loods of all kinds bonght and
told. Call and see us. W.
II. Skeed A Co.
TJTAM KD . woo-ati to do houseword for
TV small ramllv-; middle-aged woman pre
ferred Apply to Sirs McClees, 401 X Lmporia
lir ANTED A girl to do general house-
TV work; reference required; good wages
It REST New house, s rooms, rood cis
tern water, bath room, etc., corner of Waco
and Second streets. E tt Israel.
FOB HINT Cheap, large front room, having
two windows, with blinds and curtains;
ood location for office. Inquire at Stewart 'a
drag store, cor Main and Second sts. 46-Ct
FOB REST Furnished rooms.
KENT A half section
of grs's land;
J? fenced; near town
TOE SENT Two rooms, nlcelr famished:
JP good locality; near to business. Enquire at
FOB RENT Nicely furnished rooms 323 X
Main st, S doors north or Occidental hotel.
FOR RENT Or sale; new Are room boose;
closet, sumo and sink In kitchen: Terands
oat aonth and west aides; within four blocks of
Aseocias arsons depot; rent, sn per month
ApsTy 314 North Main street. 3-Ct
TJOB RENT Furnished roonse Ti
the day or
Mo 1, upstairs, or at lis WsstOoogUa
So. l. over rctrte'a ftlotalag tor.
Jtrs. J. M. Slater.
TR RENT StrlcUy-Cnt-dasa rsraum
.. nobm. larftst aad naoat coavtad t la
vnaHfeiaCadoaeteek. ever Palaes barber
osssw.aen solas iubssjmiiu lean. Beaaaaa
jljtmj so jars. osaoaisB.iweBBxta.a,
wwy awawwnswMseseai. taweawe
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MVM BJU.M. I . asHTISMUSXIsns. I 1 MSIf STS -WW-
For. SAXE-The best barnla In tM city, oat
5-roorn house, with eelur. pomp and sink
In kitchen. veranda oo two sides; 80-foot lot; la
splendid location, eeTen blocks from Manhat
tan hotel. l HO; G00 euh. balance si :$ per
m nth. Address P O box 1171. or call at lit
North Main street.
t-ior SALE A SO foot lot on east side of
AS MIehlts strret. between Douglas avenDt
and Klret. For a bargsln. apply to Wni. fc.
Hntchlnsun, wsst end of Williams tt. 5-6t
T?OB SALE Second-hand boards and dlmen-
X" tlon lumber, cheap; gooa lur sisuies,
recces and walks. Apply to W. X. Hutchison,
west end WllUams street. d4MIt
T?OIt SALE Ooe six-ton Fairbanks scales
h)(i loTirr also, adlnstabte shelves, suitable
ror a grocery store, and counters. Inquire of
L. G. Scheett over Fuller's grocery or addreta
Lock uoi.33, vticnita, nan. uiro-
FOB SALE or trade The old established
house known as Uovey Bestaunnt; gocd
trade; sm going out of the business. Mis. S.
F. Hovey. dll-ct
MOtown lots in Garden City;
X' special bargains;
also deeded land adjoin
ing city. Call onor address E J Pyle, real es
tate agi-nt. Garden City, Kan. 46-Sm
FOU SALE Beal cheap; 10 shares In Forest
City Building association, by G. B. McFar
land. Wellington, Kan. 37-12t
FOB SALE Choice residence lots on Law
rence avenue, between Third and Central;
east fronts; well Improved, sidewalks, fences
and fruit; no buildings; these are the choicest
lots In the city; will sell SO, 75 or 100 feet; for
terms and prices , call on A. fc mlth. 36-3 w
FOB SALE OB EXCHANGE A line quarter
of land, with living water, and a new stone
business bouse, SSxSO, one story; will exchsnge
building and land for a clean grocery or hard
ware stock. Address lock box 16, Crisfleld,
Harper county, Kansas. d32-3w
FOB SALE Forty acres; located very fine;
on 'south edge of city, IK miles south of
Douglas av: tbla Is a bargain for ten dava. In
quire of G C. Strong, next to poslofflce. 21-tf
TT'OK SALE-30 acres on College mil, at a
a. Dixgsin. inquire oi u. i;.
btrong, next to
FOB SALE Atabargaln. 100 arres Juatesst
of Chlsholm creek; can be cut up In choice
lots. Inquire G. C. Strong, next to postoflice.
FOB SALE Lots In Dodge's addition west
of the Fair grounds, K mile noitb of the Uni
versity grounds. These lots are the highest and
best In the city. Time will be given to those
wismngwDuiia uaesirea; lor iutmer partic
ulars Inquire at the grocery store of Dodge A
Hughes. 122 w Donglas ave. 2.1-tf
FOB S ALE Io acres joining city, lays line
with hedge fenre, orchard nd grove, house
and barn; could be cut op in choice lots In
quire of G C Strong, oflica next to 1 O. 23-tr
FOB ftALE In Burleigh's first and second
additions, a few tine residence lots located
on Fourth and Filth aves. between Oak and
Eleventh streets tor particulars inquire of
Dr. II. O. Ilurlelgb, ne cor 41b ave and oak st.
FOB SALE Forty lots: can be paid In In
stalments, and social inducements to those
who wish to bnlld. G C Mronr. dS.tf
FOB SALE IflO acres, well improved; Kmile
of Godilard; easy terms; price. 84,000
Miller. Willis Co. room 11.
rurley block; p
o bcx 171.
T7IOB SALE 320 acres.
1C0 broke: small
all bottom land: three miles from
a good town, at CIS per acre; good terms.
Miller. Willis A Co. room 11. Fnrley block:
p o box 173. 10-Ct
FOBSALV Lots on 'trisco Heights. These
lots command a fine view of Wichita and Ar
kansas V alley. Prices rai ge from $400 to
siooo, terms liberal. Inquire at office of G C
atrong. stairway next to tiostomce. us-ti
F OK SALE lorty lots; can be paid In In
stallments, and spedlal inducement to those
who wish to build. Inquire Geo C Strong, dstf
FOB SALE Keglstered drug (tore at a bar
gain; monthly sales average (l.OUO cash.
Call at the Arlington house, 510 Donglas ave.
11011 SALE Stock or drugs and fixtures: will
1 Invoice about t2,50U: centrally located and
doing n pood business; reasons lor selling, wish
to retire from business; address P. O. box 4K7
Wichita, Kan. 2tf
FOB SALE The furniture, fixtures and lease
of a finely furnished hotel of 40 rooms in s-w
Missouri, doing a good business an In one of the
best hotel points to be found: eatlslactorv rea
sons given for selling. Address G. W., Eagle
FOB SALE Four lots in s w block or Lauck'a
adit, fronting on I'ara ave, only one half blk
from street can. the lots are covered with bear
ing apple trees, size of lots 1)0x175, price two
per lot: one half on time at H per cent, if de
sired, llnmphrcy & Son. dll'-tf
FOB SALE 010 acres In Hamilton county.
teat; will sell cheap or trade for Wichita prop
erly, .-inner, wiiiis im., room n, rurley
block; pobox 173. IC-Ct
FOB SALE Two lots on Main St. In Eng
lish's Cth add, S1G0 down ballance on one
year ume, numbers is and 20, price ajoo; Hum
TTtOB SALE Or trade. Good flouring mill at
A. aiuiuu, iijici wuutj , nou, ml . n. Ah. Jh.
IX miles west of Argonla on St L, tt Scott ft
Wichita B B. Will sell on long time or trade
for other property. Address II W Lewis, Wich
FOB SALE Good residence and business
property in town of Clearwater; also a good
farm near county seat of Comanche county .will
trade Tor Ichlta city property; inquire at 123
n market st. 115tf
FOB SALE Special bargains In lots, any
part or the dtv. Miller, niils A-Co. room
11, Furley block; p o.box 173. 44-Ct
FOB SALE Oklahoma book history and guide
with Invaluable sectional map, by Col. C.
Cole. Thlscountry Is about to be opened up to
settlers. Colonies are being organised all over
thoU. S. Parties Interested should procures
copy or this book at M. P. Barnes A Son's,
Wichita News Co, Occidental news stand, Man
hattan Hotel, or the Oklahoma Publlsldng Co,
329 Douglas ave, W Ichlta. Price, by mall GOe
FOB SALE 15 high grade Hereford bulls,
one and two years old. Inquire at Bock
creek ranch, 7 miles west of Andale, or at Bed
Front ahoe store. Allen A Lewis, P. O.
Wichita, Kan. d75-tf
FOB SALE Fine farm near Mt. Hope, Im
proved, vO acres good plow land, 40 acres or
good hay land, 40 acres good pasture; wilt give
long ume on pari anu win lace in traae norses
Enquire at probate iudze's office.
FOB SALE Only a few eholro lots Uft In
Frisco Height addition. Inquire or G.C.
FOB SALE For option deals on city prop
erty, go to Miller. Willis A Co, room 11,
Furley block; po box 173. 46-
FOB SALE We offer for a short Ume K acre
In till ton's Id addition. K block north of
Central ave, at a bargain; price S12J0. McClees.
Mllllson A Co, over Hyde's book store. 122-tf
FOB SALE-177 acres of land on tbe west
bank or ihe nig Arkansas river, 6 miles
northwest or Wichita; 58 acres plowed, and a
small orchard; no buildings; balance fenced
with wlre.watered by the river; all good bot
tom land; price S35 peracre If sold soon; part
cash.balan e to suit at g per cent. Inqu re by
letter. J. B. Brlnley, Wichita, Kansas.
FOB SALE A fine breeding Jack, ror the
sum or S100. Inquire or write to Pink
IOU. SALE One 12-bor-e powor steel boiler,
;wlth all fittings; locomotive build, new;
price, two, spot cash ; one SxS inch horlxontal
engine, 2-horse power, new, 7S. F. Uu-slem,
Hutchinson, Kan. 33-lm
LOST A leather porketbook contalolCR
meney and papers. Th fitidtr will bf nt
Ufactorllv rrwanled by leavlnr It with the
clerk of the Commercial hotel. Wichita. dl3-6t
STOltAGE For household goods or merchan
dise, boxed or loose: if Ton hare any Roods
to store bring them to tbe Tflchlta Storage Co.,
No. 11C w Douglas are. CG-tt
QTOKAGE For household goods and
kjcnanuise aist aiain st.
Cbeap rates I y Cox
I7OB TBADE lco acres Improved (arm; all
' under irrigation, adjoining the town of
t.anlen City, han.; will trade fur a sbxk of
dry goods; SJMW to S7.UX) stock wanted. Ad
dress Miles A Smith, lock box US, Wichita.
FOKTRliE t.0M worth of drugs, dry
goods, boots and shoes, hardware and
lothlng to trade for real estite. For particu
lars call on or address Wood, Sttnson Co.,
rooms 3 and S. 114 Main t. upstairs. dli-tf
FOU TRADE Urery stable an 1 the entire
outfit: flood buineas, good location: every
thing belonging to a nnt-daaa llrery stable;
situated In the city of Cleveland, O; will trade
for lands In western Kansas. For particulars
address lock box 139, W Ichlta, Kan. Ultf
STRAYED One black mare.S years old ;had
halter on. A liberal reward will be paid
for her return to W B Tncker dli-et
llorses, cows, wagons, buggies, a Norman
stallion, soa Merino sheep, slock general mer
chandlse.BS.uoo stock clothing. 11-hors power
engine and threshing maehlne.svaluablepelent
rights, sbsrrs in several good growing towns
In western Kansas, several good pre-emptions
and Umber culture claims in the Garden dry
Land district, farms and town property la all
the eastern aad southern states; also western
Kansas land and a great many vacant lota In
western Kansas towns, all to trade for lots In
Wichita, or Improved farms In Sedgwick, But
ler, Cowley, Sumner and Beno counties; will
trade for mortgaged property. Three good lm
prored films to rent for 1S?7. We make a spe
cialty of trading. If you have anything to trade
or sell bring the description to our office; we
can get yoo a trade. Town lots for sale on
credit. OssceSI9 East Douglas avecue. up
stairs, front room: UEIMAS SABIN.
Still they come. Every day new goods
are arriving at the City Shoe store.
WOODWOBTH A STKAJUrs,
1S9 North Main StreK
Choice residence lots in Hiatoa's addition.
Large fruit sad shade trees. Only three
blocks froas Donglas ansae. One and a
IssXekwkstroan the Third ward school
For salt estate, oae-tkird objKW-
aliaaft8Mrea isrfwBst, Awaty
I ca dot a food dty tow atlowtt
inthrwhonriany dAylatfcewok. & W.
Cooper, 187 Main street. dbtMf
Merchant's lunch at GandoHb's
rant from 12 m. to 2 p.m. All tie deseca
ciesofthemarkeUofKewYork and New
Orleans and the tropica terred up in true
epienrian style. dS4-tf
Joit receiTed, a good stock of the cele
brated "Miller" fiy net for single driving
hones; also large stock of all .kinds of fly i
neta . d43-6t a M. Gauisox. j
Hydrsvulio Preaa Brick.
We hare -the agency for the above'
named brick and can furnish them on short)
notice to any contractor or builder. The
best brick in the market for nice front of
buildings. Call on Hacker & Jackson, cor
ner 4th and Douglas avenues, or 117 Water
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 stock of goods ever brought to
this city. Ladies, come and secure bar
Cox & Stanley have some rare bargains
in resident and business property in this
city. For the proof call at their office, 236
Main street dl23-tf
All persons are forbidden from bathing
in the Little Arkansas river adjacent to
Rich's addit:on. Parties caught in the act
will be dealt with according to law.
42-10t Jos. Rich.
The undersigned have this day formed a
partnership for general law business. Office
over No. 138 Main street, Kansas National
bank building. E. C. Rugous.
R. H. Bots.
Wichita, Kan., July 1, 1886.
600 pairs of men's shoes at the City Shoe
store, which we will set at wholesale prices.
WOODWORTB & StXAKSS,
138 N. Main street.
The Thompson-Houston light will be
furnished to anyone desiring it for $6 per
month. Send order by mail or call on gen
eral manager. ' P. Batjks. 160-tf
Every lady and gent in Wichita to know
that J. T. Holmes has the finest Berlin coach
and team in the city, especially adapted for
ladies calling. It is supplied with bell,
speaking tube, card case, hand mirror, &c.
in tact everytntng tnai goes to make up a
first-class carriage. Telephone; Office No.
116 South Main street; residence 603 South
Water street. dlOTtf J. T. Hotjtxs.
Beginning to-day, May 1st, tbe St. Lv, Ft.
S. &W. railway, in connection with the
Missouri Pacific, will run chair cars free be
tween Wichita and St 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. Wo are tbe only line that
can offer such service to the public
W. D. Murdock,
Agent, 109 Main st., depot Seconr1 and
Wichita streets. d39-tf
Ponies far Sale.
Indian ponies, all gentle, 600 head, all
colors. Prices from (20 to $00, at the
Wichita Horse and Mule Market. d3C-tf
Kicbardson, Simon & Co. have just re
ceived direct from New Orleans a car-load
of fancy Lemons, tbe finest that were ever
offered in this market. d30tf.
Money can be had of the Davidson Loan
company on long time and at lowest rates of
interest. Office tn Citizens bank, Wichita,
Tho Kantas Wholesale Furniture Co.,
has just received a car of carpets which will
bo put on the market at greatly reduced
prices. Examine their stock. dl2-tf
To those wishing to dispose of city prop
erty at reasonable price on double quick
leave your list with Cox & Stanley while the
Doom is raging. zdt juun street, aio-u.
Seal Batata Epistle.
Mr. Ford, I understand that you have
laid out a quarter section of land one mile
east of Frisco Heights into five acre lots,
which you design selling at low rates and on
easy terms, i'leaso drop a line to your
Fbiexd Icuabod: Your understanding
is correct, and if you need a small tract of
rich land suitable ior fruit raising and gar
dening, with a a sixty foot street on three
sides of it, located in a pleasant neighbor
hood, within a short distance of the busi
ness center of the finest city in Kansas, in
Ford's Third addition of out lots, you will
find it Tbe price is $120 per acre, one
third cash, ono-third in six months and tbe
balance in one year at G per cent. Call at
tho county clerk's office this evening and
we will talk it over. Yours very truly.
27-eedtf E. P. Ford.
We havo just received tho best "odorless
excavator" in tbe state, and are now pro-
pared to clean vaults, cess pools, eta, re
move uad animals, and everything per
taining to a first-class scavenger business
Parties needing their spring work done can
drop a postal to Burton & Foster, Box 179
City. Telephone No. 9. dl30-tf
If you have eood, desirable business or
residence property for sale, and want big
prices for it, call on Cox A Stanley, and put
it en their books. Office No. 236 North
Main street, Wichita, Kan. 134-tf
TO THB TRAVE110 rUBLIC AND rATROKB Or
TUX FRISCO USX.
Commencing Tuesday, 15th intt. the
Frisco lino will establish a daily Pullman
sleeping car line between Springfield, Mo.,
and Ilalstcad, Kas., on trains leaving Wich
ita at 9.20 p. m , and arriving at 6.S0 a. m.
This service, in addition to tbe Pullman
lines that are now established on trains ar
riviogat Wichita at 5 50 p.m and departing
at &25 a. m.
D. WisruRT, F. D. Rcsstxi,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Western Agt
St. Louis. Mo. Wichita, Kas.
Mrs. Tike, on
Richardson, Simon & Co. have received
today a car-load uf oranges, a car-load of
bananas and a car-load of apples. They
have moved from tleir former place at
221 East Douglas avenue to immediately
opposite tbe wholesale grocery on North
Main street. d5tf
All parties are hereby notified not to tres
pass upon the place known as the Island
under penalty of the law.
45-lt Mrs. Yike.
A first-class ticket for lady, to Bock Island
IU. Good for ten days. Will sell cheap.
Enquire at Lawrence's drug store. MiV2l
The My, Mat aad Throat.
Dr. Breen, oculist and auritt. No. 110
Douglas avenue, near the comer of Mam
street. All diseases of the eye, ear aad
throat, including catarrh treated. Glasses
fitted to correct all errors f refraction at
short notice. d24-laao
Tbe Wichita Bagx printing house keeas
in stock a complete line of justice aad Laasx
BUjm and township blanks of all ktada,
ForbargamsiatarBM s Cot fitaw ley,
at aa8 Main street, dlSMT
The Fsnsat Fursatnre Coibsjij atwa ra
earrai 100 roll efesvatswBtteaoaataasjat
f their Biovinc to their aew star, taaw afl
seu sowar una say aver
Taw ears of larix -aaa, aaasa :., m'l"mtSKL2J'&-
lngtownofUarojaDUty.iiAn. Aaareai B.
H. Herbeson, Garden Crty, Kan. dl27-tf
iTerybody that desiras to invest In the
booaaing city of the west call at the office of
Cox & Stanley. 2S6 Main street and get
prices on property of every decripbon and
in any locality aeairea, unprorea or unim
prored, business or resident. Special bar
gain in corner on Lawrence avenue. dl3-tf
Ho, For Toronto, Canada!
The St. Louis, Ft. Scott and Wichita
railroad wQI tell tickets to Toronto, Canada,
and return today, tomorrow and Sunday at
124.60 for the round trip, to members of the
Knights of Pythias and their families. The
above rate is $7.75 leu than one full fare to
Toronto and is undoubtedly the cheapest
excursion of the year. Therefore, go.
Through chair cars pn morning trains, Buf
fet sleeping coaches on night trains.
W. D. Muxdoce, Agent.
d44 St 109 Main Street.
Depot corner Second and Wichita streets.
For pure apple cider and choice apples
and fruits of all kinds toe John SchotLdU8tf
Telephone your orders
hack or livery.
Okfice or Comptroller of Currency
Washington, June 29, 1886. j
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, it bas been made
to appear that State National Bank of W ich
n tbe city of Wichita, in the county of
iek, and State of Kansas, bas complied
with all the provisions of the statutes of tbe
United States, required to be complied
with before an association shall be author
ized to commence tbe business of banking.
Now. therefore. 1. William L. Trcholm.
comptroller of currency, do hereby certify
that State National Bank of Wicbiu, in the
city of Wichita, in tbe county or Sedgwick,
and state of Kansas. Is authorized to com
mence tbe business of banking, as pro ided
in section fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine
of the revised statutes of the United Mates.
In testimony whereof, witness my band
and seal of office, this 2th day
of June, 18S6.
W. L. Tremiolw.
Comptroller of the Currency.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
A fine agricultural and stock farm three and
one-half miles from city, about IS acres broke,
one-quarter section fenced for pasture, plenty
of water and a small house.
Also 300 lots In city finely located and In
good neighborhood. Special terms to those
wishing to make homes.
Also auirarbanproperty. For furlherpartlc
nlsrs see Chris. TPsarce. agent for Wm Grelf
A ROOFING PAINT
U Gravel Roofs,
And STONE. M
For further particulars apply to
RIZER & HUMPHREY,
Office, corner Market and Williams Streets,
Or address lock box 843, Wichita.
Stedman & Crane
General Insurance Agents,
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
orncE too dodglas avenue
Over Barnes' Drug Store.
Largest km is tie Valley.
-ajTRS. A. KIIAMER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
vbxt noon to ronomci,
WICHITA. KAJf. 11$
C. A. Uatcs.
F. W. Stovkb.
GATES tSc STOVER,
And Dealers In
Choice In proved and
Aid City Property of all kladt,
FOE SLI.E Oia BENT.
Office on north side of Douglas ave, 2nd door
east of Market st, over fuller's grocery, 3rd
door to tbe left, up stairs,
AMD INSURANCE OFFICE.
Choice form a-d town property la Reno
county, at low rates aid easy terms.
ASTLE & REGER,
A R. GORE'S
236 N. Main Street.
Keep? constantly on band all kinds of Cream
anu Peruvian lleer. Deliver Cream to all
parts of the dry. Ice Cream 10 cents
THE PEOPLE S LINE.
The Gmt Fne PaU Etdbhs Chir CarKoiIt.
St Louls,Ft.Scott& Wichita Rj
la MsMtCawt Wltl tN . PaC Ry,
Is now running morning and evening trains
daily, Including Sacdays, to
faaaas'l FlaVc Swfan ETflKTnJB
The Shorteet Eonte to St. Lotrie.
iaa Oaly Short, Direct Uae to
TBXAS k SODTsOBN POTNTB
By wateh Ua passeasrer avatds extra travel
aad vexatieas delays.
..-. ..... . .
Rsrllng thstr lovers through
Dancer as strange as new;
Oaves fall of naaas and thunder,
t, of a simpler mlad, -7 "
Owa them above me;
Dear, I coald never ask
You for the lighted task
So do I dread to fad
Yon may not love me:
A Mary F. Bobintoo.
BARTLEY CAMPBELL'S BEGINNING.
A Serial Story In rsttoek Pittsburg
"Sunday Leader" Shaped His Carver.
Along la 1865 Bartley Campbell was about
as awkward a reporter as there was on tbe
Pittsburg press. Ha was bright enough.
and was then reputed even better than he
was bright. He was modest, and realized
his awlrwardasss and acknowldged it frankly
but be also thought there was something in
him, and wondered how it could be brought
Jut. He wrote fugitive pieces; ha acted as
reporter for the daily press when he could
get a Job, and about this time conceived
and carried out the idea of writing a novel,
which he retained in manuscript.
In 1SCC John W. Pittock started The Sun
lay Leader, which James Mclver, a bright
man as editor. In about a month be went
aa one o his periodical sprees and Fred
Watson took his place. Then, in about a
month, Watson followed suit By this time
Uclver was ready to go to work, and so
they alternated for many months. At
lenghth, however, both got drunk at the
m time, and Pittock was at
bis wits' and to decide how
to get out his paper. In his
extremity, on next to the last day of the
week he ran across Bartley and engaged
him to get oat the issue. Write as fast as be
could, yawning columns of emptiness con
fronted him. What should be dol The
paper must be full of original matter. He
could not have recourse to reprint That
novel occurred to him. He filled a page or
so with the initial chapters and the paper
went to press on time.
Bartley timidly inquired of a few of his
friends what they thought of his story, and
even ventured to ask some of them to read
it the next day. Within a day or two orders
for extra copies of the Leader containing
Hartley's story came in thick and fast Then
tho newspapers criticised it favorably, and
in a short time Bartley Campbell's name
was well known. The story was continual
for weeks, and to tbe end, in the Leader,
and it was its favorable reception by the
public which induced its author to enter
upon his career as a dramatic author.
There were intermediate steps, of course,
but these are tbe plain facts in the case,
written by one who knew him well in those
days, and bas had frequent acknowledg
ments of their truth from genial Bartley
Campbell during later years. Cor. Inter
A Somewhat Strange Theory Advanced.
Belgium has planned extensive colonies
on the upper Congo, and perhaps in further
ance of those projects a correspondent of
The Revue Belgique advances the strange
theory that the inhabitants of tbe African
continent may have been decimated by war
or famine, but have never degenerated, like
their northern and eastern neighbors. "The
imperial battle-voice of the Roman cen
turion has been tamed down to the falset'o
of a querulous Abbate, but the Bedouins
are to-day what they were 2,000 years ago;
the negroes of Senegambia can still boast of
the brawny arms that tempted tho slave
traders of ancient Rome; the Egyptians ami
Nubians have lot tbe heritage, but not tho
supple limbs of their forefathers. If war
fare were still a matter of physical prowess,
the French admit that their troops would
not have conquered Algiers in a century.''
It is true that the manhood of the Semitic
races seem to resist tbe influence of a warm
climate, but it is ako true that tho athletes
of Algiers and Morocco can be matched in
tho Moslem provinces of British India. Mo
haramedanLan encourages warlike habits
and physical education, and, above all, it
discourages intemperance. Dr. Felix L,
THE WEALTH OF ARGENTINA.
What Has Been Accomplished In Spite of
Discouragements The Gaacho.
The great wealth in south temperata
America is to be found In her soil. It offers
its fortunes to plodding industry, and
promises homes, comforts, luxuries, and
length of days, la riding over the pampas
one can hardly convince himself that he is
not on the prairies of Illinois or Iowa of a
quarter of a century ago, or on the prairies
of Kansas, Nebraska, western Minnesota, or
western Dakota of to-day. Herds of fat
cattle and herds ot half -wild horses, num
bered by the thousand, and flocks of sheep
too large to be accurately estimated, are
encountered everywhere. Tbe possessions
of the Agsntina repablio In herds and Socks
show what is easily done la spite of the dis
couragements from Insufficient protection.
In 1SS1 there ware 14,171,000 cows, 4,lbr,000
horses, and 70,010,000 sheep, Nature f eds
and cares for these herds and flocks with
bnt the mininmm of care from their pro
prietors. One extensive establishment Is at
Fraybentua, where Lieblg's extract of beef
is manufactured in Urge quantities. For 300
days in the year an average of 1,000 cans a
day Is stowed away la little jars and cans.
Than the gancho, with supreme courage,
bUU, and faith in his hone, rides to the
bead of the running herd, and, with his
poncho waving before the foremost animal,
turns him so aa to run him around a circle
to a point where they are wanted. Some
times he throws his poncho at the animal,
which dodges along the desired direction,
leading the herd back to order. Then, with
wonderful skill, he dashes by where tbe
poncho fell and recovers it without dis
mounting or slacking his speed. Once down
In the narrow quarter tbe cattle are lassoed,
drawn sp by a capstan on to a cart. Then
one blow from a friendly knife instantly
kUls him; tbe carcass drops, is wheeled
away, and in sight minutes the animal has
vanished on its way to the condenser.
Everything Is utOlred. Even tbe blood
washed away fattens the fish which cluster
around the waste-pipe. The extract is
shipped everywhere. While we write a
bowl of excellent beef tea, male from a tea
spoonful of tbe extract, la cooling before us.
We are glad Lleblg taught the Houth Ameri
cans how to drive tbelr wild cattlo into such
small corrals as tbe little Jars.
The greatest enemy that the estanciero or
stock farmer has in these lands is tbe un
steady government and its remorseless rep
resentatives. It is a matter so common
that 't surprises no one and hardly excites
comment for a recruiting band, eitber ot a
proposed revolution or of a struggling gov
ernment, to visit aa estencia and taie all
the horses, leaving three for tbe bouse and
one for each station or cabin round which
the flocks are herded. They also tale cattla
or sheep from 100 to 300, accordin; to their
needs. The men are also conscripted. It is
go or die. Bishop Fowler's Argentina
Coolness of an OH Wall Shooter.
He had towered a shell con turning twenty
quarts of nltro-glvosrins to tbe depth ot 100
feet in the well, when ha discovered that
tbe wall was about to make a flow. Be
knew that the fores ot the oil would carry
the torpedo out at the top, aad it it were
thrown upward with the flow it would be
exploded In contact with a derrick beam. If
it escaped from the volume of oil it would
tall back to the ground ana explode. In
either ""fc- knew that cartaia destruc
tion awaited him and the pfopsnty of his
employers unlaw the torpedo could be
secured. With taasarkable sir stance of
mind he placed himself attaansouUi of the
well, and as the shell shot up on the stream
of oil bs threw hie arm about it aad
Evan than aadas haste and lack of judg
ment sntgbt have proved fatal, but Bankson
held the torpedo until tbe spurt of oil tad
osased before as removed tt from the waU,
althowgh he knew that only a few seconds
woald etafa before the oil would be fol
lowed by a voraawof gas aad a mass cf
rocks from kas dopthav Tfas instant the oil
ceased ha ItCasd has shall from the mU and
waAsd earafaSy aad itaanfly, carrying
tawsarpestoaaaasartat. Ba had scarcely
In aal hta hash whan Mat gas and rocks
casta oat of the waH wis a roar aad a rash.
When aS was over asaahata rsptaesd tha
torpedo a sat ws towered it to the bot
tom, ill IiiVI" work. Olsaa Ct T.l
Tatk Caaraaw aa4 Oo JaaoaA.
Tha world wfls raaaashar of yoa jsrt
what yea rsaatsaasr at yoarsatt Then is
asaaiaghatarfl gahiti ia isaisailiarlag the
srrfi h. Teartsaf af Are ar ten years ato.
TaMtoawtreaTBtBaataaat ataS. Thesis
ktWM. -i" la sssBieaBaSBS
waaawaa saw aay jar aw bbbwbw
antn aesat aansaav saw awary tea arteaatva
Batata aaar aatafcv aetata sbjsb swaat la a
. PHILLIPS. H. J. CKAXE.
PHILLIPS & CRANE,
BIEIAI XjE ISITIAITIB
140 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KAN.
POSTOFFICE BOX XO. 252. 40-lm
How to Secure a Good Light.
Kecognlxlnsr the fact that sensible people, wltb
Den ii me aaTaniaxea u do gained are commensurate wiu ue extra eoss, we navo
completed arrangements which enable ns to offer, as exclusive agents.
O" the Finest Burning Fluid Produced r"C3
BeHned by one of tbe most successful ell horses In tbe country, and tbe to veins result of twenty
Sears' unremitting study and experiment. This oil. the superiority )f which can be plainly
emonstrsted br practical test, u colorless as spring water, amartat v free from odor, and
burns with a bright, white name; as a result of Its perfect manufacture. It gives a greater Ught
for a less consumption of oil than any other oil known, and Its use can b, advocated en the score
IT IS ABSOLUTELY SAFEI
And nervous people who have heretofore refrained from using coal oils need have no fear cf
It took the only medal
competitors, for Safety. Brilliancy aad Economy
r. BrUllancvaad Eeonemv.
uur agent, vol
Lewis Weltxel, delivers to
BKAD THE CIRCULARS
Marble Dust White Sand,
Lath, Lime, Hair, New York & Michigan Plaster,
LOUISVILLE & PORTLAN D OEM ENT,
Yard ana Office, on Wichita St,
A BIG BUSINESS DONE BY THE DEAL
ERS AT THE CAPITAL.
A Carious Fsmtore of Washington
Books from All Quarters of tho Coun
try Chat with an Antiquarian
Books on Special Subjects.
The second hand book stores of Washing
ton are a curious feature of the cltr. There
are a number of them, soma of which do a
business of tens of thousands of dollars
yearly smaller ones you will find In out-of-the-way
places scattered here and there,
and in any one of these yoa may buy many
valuable and rare books. One near ue
treasury has the rooms of a four-story brick
building lined with books. Entering its
ground Eoor is like going into a large pub
lic library, where the books are classified by
subjects, and where you ask for a set of the
congressional debates, from the beginning
ot tbe government until to-day, and it will
be furnished you. It will compromise sev
eral hundred volumes, and its prico will ba
$.'.00. You take your purchase to your
homo and look over it, and your mind goes
back to tbe times of tbe past as you read
the curious marginal notes which you may
find in some of tbe volumes, and look at the
various autographs inscribed on tbe fly
leaves of others. These books have been
gathered from all parts ot tbe country. One
volume may have belonged to Andrew Jack
son, and you see bis dashing autoeraph on
the title paga. Another may have come
from Stephen A. Douglas's library, and in
many cases you will find books from the
collections of Carroll, of Corrollton, and
other men whose autographs have now a
A 1IIOII-PR1CID JLLXXXAC
The state department paid Mata
book auction, not long ago, for an almanac,
and It would have readily given (100 for It.
It was one that Jefferson had used, and it
contained many notes la Jefferson's hand
writing upon its pages. This almanac was
a port of a Virginia collection made by Mr.
Shonoy, one of the stenographers ot the
senate, and tbe second hand book man of
whom bhoney bought tbe almanac tells mo
he sold it to him for IL This man has a shop
near the postoflice department, and while I
was buying a book ot him I talked with him
about b's trade. Said be: "Second baud
book soiling is a curious business, and to tho
careful dealer there is money In it Hooks
fluctuate in value according to the demands
of the times, and one to-day which will not
bring 10 cents may to-morrow be worth at
many dollars. Anything rare comes high,
and tho springing up of interest in tbe oil
congressional questions brings tbe literature
ot the times when they were formerly dis
cussed into the market. Just before the
Garfield campaign began a book collector
named Parish had a room full of Credit
Moblher reports which he was ttdnklng of
telling to the waste-paper men. Garfield
was nominated, the question was brought
into the canvass, and be sold them for sev
eral dollars apiece. Just now all reports
and speeches relating to the silver question
are of value, and some old reports which
we invoiced at nothing, bring several dol
lars a copy.
"Here, for Instance, is a valuable book,"
continued the antiquarian, as be picked up
a volumo of about 10) pages bound in
leather, "It is worth $-V at auction, and Is
a government document, too. It is a report
on tbe Alaskan lands, by Henry IV. Elliott,
and it contains many fine sketches. Only
seventy-five of these books were printed,
and it Is almost impossible to procure
"What class ot people collect books P I
asked, "and Khat are their bobbies!"
-They are mostly scholars and readers,
though, indeed, now and then you will find
tome lenorant fellow who cares for the
binding more than the contents, and not a
few people buy books for the pictures that
are in them rather than the reading. There
are many picture collectors In Washington,
and in tome caes I find that It pays better
to tear a book to pieces and sail IU engrav
ings by the piece. I'eopta bo would not
girt SO cents tor the volume will pay 1 cents
apiece for the twenty or more engravings
which it contains.
XAGAZOT rJCTC&ES FOB aTOCSTISa.
"A great many men buy old magazines
for the pictures, and I have a large sale of
Harper's and Hcriboer's on this account
They take tbe fall page pictures from these
magazine and cut off the white margin to
where the engraving begins, Tby then
mount this engraving upon cardboard as
carefully as the mounting of a photograph,
and at a very small expense procure choir
collections ot engravings. Tbe world has
nertr surpassed tbe magazine tllcstrallona
ot to-day, and yoo may find genius larking
In many of the pictures ot an out-of-the-way
-Many men collect books oo special sub
jects. There are a number of epicure la
Washington, who want everything w can
Cndoo wines and gastroootsy. The man to
whom I told Jefferson's almanay took, for
one year, everything oo Virginia, and at
another time be mad a specialty of whist
collections, aad bought every book that re
lated to whist cr whist players. Old
county histories eaU well hers at Washing,
tngtoo, and state historical coBeetioos bring
more than when they were first printed.
AH branches of Americana sail will, and,
indeed, if yoo keep any kind of a book for
a number of years yoa are sure to Sad a
buyer In the aad."
Speaking of twnjert-aaarl book stores,
Washington kas maxy book sections rrary
winter, aad a very vahsahle CDtlecttoa It ta
bs sold daring tn present saasos la te
snaps of tbe books of the laas s-Ooversnr
Tbotnaa Eartler: of Ohio. Barttry was a
great coQectcr, and ha had a library of
choice Tomm i italag tgto taw tsruanalt,
Bach bvoi aartfeoa ar always kH intaw
erwEiag, and yoo away
lart. tesatort. cast
Srars sixed up ia tn uuniti wafafev
Bern. The books ar seed by LalaVajua atwl
at reason. Tbellllltg It always tsr
rte. asrt tsaxalnr wars swtsaj aWrM
valaa, Tfcerear a awaatnw sat osanwawa
wit send to tack aaetten arast far swaaa
aesaoanwr aa awnnnrst av awa
etrtais bonks osT n (sssas at say nrtem
Jaar Bmary bay kafcs at twjat saBatjasw,
asjashe aa tlantar has mmtttmm sratsa
fraSBtke 1M rlr. If 1st TT a
ewnf wwnnwawVMnBl wHtwewHsnwawnwawsl Hawwy wwaH
wtnl pawstwswtwawawaw awVnwVwK SwwBtwML.
- "-. -. , , . wr.VA .siataElPj'l
a due regard ior comfort and safety, will buy the
ever given at the Occlnr.aU Kxposltlon. overall
the best dealers In tbe dtr. any of whom can
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO.
South of Ft. Scott Fr't Depot,
In a ! a-1 lltloa, l br
We Mean Business!
f e lean Business !
if joii want a lot for co'.Mng come ire us
THE CHICAGO BOAT CLUB.
Chicago Af nn' wrst of Ilaltlniore Arrnuo.
llais jnt cm a
nertof Ijk sllch-
Isan Clinker krl
eelar. eoppr fas
tened, wnlch they
are letting at the
low price of 2G
cent per hour
For Business all Night.
tTi"IfaT Ton nlATtl Iholninrr cf niillnn
thf Utile Arkan.K. by n.(nllaht dil-lm
HACKER & JACKSON
W'holnsle and rtall IVa!rs In
Aai all Minii of
Canon City, Trinidad and Oaayo
W. Va., McAlanter, Fort
Scott, Cheroko, Rich
HUJ and Pittbarjj.
ht, Filr, Cesf:t, Icicle,
iirnrrs m-ui !.. MorK,usr.?
" t II. wfl
V"QmIm aad fit
'. reat aa-1 eniz.nvM:iB Xow firir
rradr lor bstlnras Uca. to iKioi. (XUittfo
ST.acs, colwlfB, Nsaass
SS-Im K TArP. rroprltr.
Holstein-Friesian Bulls for Sale
CalTMl H-ii alrM Irr tb rr.st (tlsa-wlKsrr at
t Lcsla fair. 1S, tMUBtja ste. II II It.,
aJ oct cf daau br tbe fellowls ru-wlerra
of Kollaa.1 sjctxJa i. frtn M), Abl-srrs
7. Karrt 111, a4 y.m-r.. eUrtas4 hr4
frr.m in roost 'Ubrau4 nllarra la t
wotM mttrva r:to 9VJ0t. AUaaav
laMlrs or ta t-rrl. cot aaisi all r-riWI la
A r.C- K-.asvl'kftTtie-wtaalsssVxS
PrlcM tin. sable.
-4rcae II C.JKWETT.
Ht-tt Ctnrj, tw..
I F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammynftion
PUBLIC LAND STRIP
Subject to Settlement
an C4 Cetv. a4 wr-
i Br wmrnm mm
In order to retire from business I offer my Large Sttdt
KW . DM .,
Notions, Etc, Wholesale,
lO TO 30 PER CENT.
Less than Regular Prices.
MERCHANTS, AND RETAIL
...:n C I u i- it--: !
wi.i iiiiu ii iu uieir Mieresi 10 examine my SIOCK,
will trade goods for City Properly, or good
farming lands. Also offer for rent
One of the Best Stores in Wichita,
139 MAJN STREET.
S S EBB HH-x
I P Bnwnwa (Cr MLRUBBBnnnnnntnnnnK
I Wftli. vwwff"TI yySigf i.
" T C-t BBBBBBemw-
i anwa3t-:stnT W i!JsnnnnwF
We carry a full line of spring work consisting rf
Cairiages, Phaetons, Jump Seats,1
Surrys. Park Wagons, Buggies and Road Carte. We havt 1
great variety of styles, aid will
fSK H ar P -KiaM-il
Wicliita Ice Co.
Will Dclivcd Ice to
Order by mail or ;ive order to
Drivers of our wagoiiB.
. S. COUHCTT, Pi.
H I!. JUC1IAKM
.Jobbers of Groceries
OS. 233 & 235 NORTH MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KkHJ
a. Ti. Fink St 8o. of ths old
at Ijmsr, Mo , wull rr.p'tlialif Inform tne
t4 win start a llratich Jfurry i WIcnIU.
nartrv itock to br, su(:iiri irora mnr uurnr i iwsr. mi-, ubiii tber ts ft
tti .fca la btl( brsocti Darwrr at Vi letilta, an-J hnpn p rlTt f.str?aa b( ta I
ztns of V, lslU and .V4rewUViiBlr.
Mr. V. M. Sillier, trocral strut, will frret tb ttm 1 t-U llr, 0r tt ,
Ur-o. W Beow.t, rrts't.
. i. arrrjn, Trrss,
; rrvisort r
I)imloti, I'ootJBSt, Itssft sa J KuU.
Caps sail Sills. I'rless fomUted apjllrtU. ttrtUt soikltci.
Dralcrtlo Cl. Dot tKj lltstcrlej Matilals. OaUsttort 4 Mat. i
0i esSl Tt!f'tof fo. VH. OSt. " Kaat O..! svs, vTiUU, JCs-,
Now is the time to buy Lots in this Addition
While they are Cheep. J
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVK.
street cars and laree brick school hovmti ,
in connection. Per further informatioii oiftj
at 611 South
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