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R. R. TIME TABLES.
St. T,., Ft. S. A. vr. It. K.
EAST BOUM TI1AJNB.
St. Louis Day Kxpres and Mall 9:lGa. m.
st lxmm iiKi nxprcfw aim Jiail 7-j3) p. m,
Kansas City Day Ex pi ens, and Mall 9:1G a. in,
Kanias City Xlcht Express and Mail "rat p. m,
relplit and Accommodat Ion tl2:l5 p. in.
iar uuusu TUAi!ts.
St. Louis Day Kxprw and Mail 7.-00 p. in.
St. Louis Xlghl Exprev und Mall 7:10 a. m.
jvuusai uij uay txpres ami -Mall T3J p. in.
Kansas City Xl,;lit Express and Mail 7:10a. in.
Freight and Accommodation 1:00 p. in.
Daily oicept .Sunday.
Wichita A. Colorado.
Mt. Hope Express and Mail...
It. Hope Accommodation ...
Mt. Hoi Express and Mall
riM p. in.
fi2$ n. m.
Mt. Hope .U-comiuoliition ...
.10.111 a. m.
fDally except Sunday.
A., T. x s. r. It. It.
11:15 . in.
9.15 a. in.
Going Xortli. Passenger
Going Xortli. Accommodation ..
Going South, l'os-ener
Goliu; South, I'awnijcr
Going South, Accommodation ..
Golnj Xortli. Pawenser Mtt p. in.
Golnc Xortli, AeooimjiodMlou 12-MMn.
Going South. l'assenncr 35n. m.
Going iutli. Accommodation 2JW ji. m.
Goim; Xortli, l'assenger 8.25 a. in.
Going South, 1'aHsengcr 7:43 p. m.
Wichita X Western.
Xo. 2, Mall and Express Sii.1a.iii.
Xo. 4, Kxpreos 4.4Up.in.
Way Freight IlASn. m.
No. 1 Mall and Express...
St. Lonl X Sari Francisco.
.. 5:3) p. In.
..1LHO j). m.
.. 8.-iJa. in.
Goins West, l'assemrcr..
GoliitrWeht, 1'asM'UKtT. .
Golnx West. Kreislit
Golii Eat, Pas'ciiKer. . .
Going East, I'as-e.iser...
Golnj; East, I'rcUht
Golm; East, Freight
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorney . -it-Law, Wichita, Jscdgwicl: county, Iran.
Onice In Centennial Mock. dl'r;tf
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at I.av. Onice 117 E Douglas avenue,
Willi Anglo American Loan and IiiMMincnt Co.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
Attomeyi. at Law. Olllc' in the I-agle Mock, over
-Hoey tz Co'8 Dry Goods store. W-JOtf.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attorney at Law. Olllce. Xo. 121 X Main street, up
Malrs. next to postollicc. Wiclilta. Kiinm. jjwi M
II. C. (iLUhS. W. K. STANLKV.
Attorne.Vh at-Lntr. Wichita. Kansas.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney-at Law. Ofilce Jlrst door nortli of U. S.
Xand oillce in Commercial Mock, Wichita, Kansas.
SiKi'lal'ittontloii given ti all kinds of business con
nected with the United Slates Land oflicc.
HATTON &. RUGGLES.
Attorney sat Law, Eagle lilock, Wiclilta. Kansas.
E. C. KUI5GLLS.
u. II. urns.
RUGGLES & ROYS.
Attorneys at Law. Ollice over Xo. ITS Main .street,
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney nt-T.iw. Will pnictice In all Kansas
courts. Ctilleellons a h)eci.ilty. Ollice over Smith .t
Stover's, Douglas avenue, Wichita, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL
Attorney at livv and collision ngent. Xo. II Main
street. Wichita, Kansas.
E. D. PARSONS.
' Attorney at Law and Heal Estate Agent.
- opposite Manhattan hotel, mom U.
H. E. GORN.
Attorney at Law. Ofllce over IS! Douglas avenue.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney at Law. Ollice over Hide .t Humble's
ItooKMoiv, 114 Malnstieet, up-Malrs, Wichita, Kan.
Woodiiian'.s liank building
Attorney at Law,
Main Mil -el.
O. W. COLIJMis. UOIiCKT M. I'L.TT.
Attorae.vsat I.aw. Will practice In state mid fed
eral courts. OUiiv In Tcmiile block. Main strs-t, se
oiui stairway tiortli of i)st otlle. Wiclilta, Khiisils.
h. W. ADAJIs.
MM. W. AIIAHS.
ADAMS & ADAMS.
JTAttorneys at I Jiw. Will practice in state and fed
eral courts. Ofllce lu Eagle block, Wiclilta. Kansas.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorneys at Lnw, Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attorney at 1jivv. lloom Xo. a, U. S. Land Ofllcu
Imlldlng. Wichita. Kan.
W. S. MORRIS.
Attorney at I-aw. OKIiv in Temple Mock, Wichita,
11. A. bAMtnV. I. f. CAMl'lira.!-
Lawyers, Wlcliitn. Kaus-is. Oftlce wmlhwest cor
ner Market street and Douglas ave.
A. R. MUSSELLER.
Attorney nt-Law. Ollice over Shaw's Music store,
opposite postolllee, German t-pokeu. Wiclilta, Kati.
GEO. W. CLEMENT, JR.
Attorney at I.iw. Ollice 131 Main street, Kansas
National hank building, Wichita. Kan.
A. M. Sl'COUiOrilll. C V. M'COUXlt'OH.
M'COLLOUGH &. M'COLLOUGH.
Pliyuiclans and Surgeons. Office, Xo. 113 Douglas
avenue, over Barnes' lims .toiv; residence 2i)7 South
Lawrence, nv e'liue; telcphoiie, X'o. lS.
M. A. PRATT, M. D.
Oillce up the west stairway In the Kr.glc block; resi
deuce, lot ! Wabash avenue.jiear Klrt street.'
G. MBIBBEE, M. D.
0ni-o and residence, Sll Dotigins avenue, south side.
Barnes' block, over Derby's Implement store, Wiclilta.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
nomcepnthist. Office with Dr. U. Mathews, Main
street, s.s-ond tairvvay north of jKistotlice. IUt.1
di'jiiv. 1017 Xortli rourth street, near Union depot,
Wiclilta. Kansas. Telephone Xo. lib
DR. J. J. STONER
Ilor.itxi'iiathist. Ofilce opposite postofllce.
deuce, RM North Main street, Wichita, Kansas.
Tele DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Ph siclans and Surgeons. Office Deam blix-k. opio-
slto Occidental ho
corner Oak Ftrts-u
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Physician nnd Surgeon. Office, and residence -SW
Dougla avenue. Now and effectual treatment of
hemorrhoids, wild diMViM-s of woman a sicclalty. j
DRS. McC0Y& PURDY.
Office H7 Main stnvt, over lteclit ft Sons' store,
Wiehlm. Kan. Telephoue at residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Phvslclan and Surgeon. Ofllce over Puller t Sou's.
J. MILTON WELCH. M. I). T. E. WKLCIt. JJ. l j
DRS. WELCH &. WELCH. j
Ofilce 224 Douglas avenue. Wichita, Kansas, where
tliey may bo found at all hours. .
RUSSELL & JORDAN. I
Phvsielnu-s and Surgtsms. OflkN- on vv.vt side of ,
Main street, IW stairway south of Masonic building.
leleplionetoA. 1). 1.
PALMER C. JAY.
Phydolan and Surgeon. Ofllce at D. G. Terry's drug
store. aiS E:ct Douglas avenue.
I. H. MATTING LY.
PhyelcL-in. OflUv over Indon Tailors. Xo,
L S. ORDWAY, M. D.
ITomoivpatlilst. Ofllce corner Douglas and Law.
reuce avenues, rooms l and 5; telephone 153.
MRS. SELINA H. MILLER.
Hornowpnlhic Physician, corner River street and
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialtii. Diseases of tho Eye, Er. Xee and
Tlirvat, Catarrh and titling glnse. OfTioe toutliwect
mer Douglas and Market, up stairs, Wichita. Kaus.
DR. E. M.CONKLIN.
Office over Stewart's drug store, corner Main and
Second street. DIea.e of women, piles, veneral aud
private disease, skin emptloru. and all chronic dis
eases, successfully treated. Ofllce hours 9 to ll-a a.
in. 1 to 5 and 0-1) to 8 p. m.
Oculist and Aurlst. Office 110 Douglas avenue, near
Main street. Wichita. Kansas.
HomoKipathlst. General practice, chronic diseases,
and disease of females. Telephone. No. 106.
Office and residence over Steel 4 Son's hardware
store. 117 N Main street, Wichita. Kan.
Office hours, 8 to 10 a. in.. 1 to 4 p. ia.,and at night.
D. W. SMITH.
Eagle building. Douglas avenue. Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Surgeon Dentists. Teetli extracted without pain.
Best set artificial teeth, $8.50. Onice 217 West Douglas
avenue'. Wichita, Kan.
DR. J. C. DEAN.
Dentift. Opposite tho pos.toffl.ee. Teeth extracted
DRS. W. L. DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentist!. Ofllce over IUrnes & Sou's drug htore.
Centennial Iiloclc, Wichita.
MRS. S. T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano. Organ and Theory, Hi Xortli Mar
MISS ROBERT VAWTER,
Tea'her of the science a'ld art of elocution, principles
not -Imitations; thorough drill; refers, by iermlssion,
toKev. S. D. Hewitt, Chas. Adams, rector St. John's;
ICev. W. H. Ilendryx. Uox lUM, or call at 155 X JIaiu
street, Ujstairs. 53-6t
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Tuner and llenairer. Refer
ences, Catherine Russell and Thomas Shaw & Co. All
pianos tunee by the wave hj stem the only method
that will tini" your piano perfect ami make It sound
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
1 liom'is fcliaw A Co., music dealers. Main Mrect.
A. W. 1SCS1I.
RUSH & GILES.
Architects and Superintendents. Oflicein Green &
Hay's building, over 125 We-t Douglas ave.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superintendent,
tious for all clas-jesof building,
Plans and specific- ,
Oflicc oter Hyde's i
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architects and Superintendent!!. Ofllce In Roys' '
block. Wiclilta, Kan. I
w. t. rnouiiKooT. o. v. iuttb.
Architects' and Superintendents. Oflice in Eagle
FOREST CITY L. A., No. 5220 K. of L
Will meet regularlj every Friday night in Iieacon
lllock Hall. Members aie requested to lie present
each evening. n order or m. w.
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and Ktles.
He also carries the iim-st assortment of picture
frames in the city. Give him a lrieudly call and ex
Justice of tin Peace. Ofilce with Woodcock &
Dorcey, in Dorey building.
M. J. PARROTT.
Practical Pajier Hanger an1 Decoiator. At Hjde &
In boiise-furnishing a little money
and a good deal of taste go much farther '
than a little taste and a good deal of ,
The first rule, and a most important '
one, is to go slowly. Learn what you i
want and, lia- ing decided this question,
never accept anything else until all,
possible expedients are exhausted for ,
procuring it. Do without until the I
moment of absolute necessity rather j
than accept unsatisfactory substitutes.
.More houses are spoiled because their
owners fill them uith temporary fit -
tings which they afterwards have not
tue means and the enterprise to get
rid of, than by any other cause.
For people of small incomes the
only safe rule is to get only the absol
utely indispensable articles at first,
adding to the store from time to time
one really good article alter another as
In this way suiprisingly good
results may be obtained with a cost
so gradual as not to bo materially felt;
and, if nothing is purchased which is
not really good, whatever is botight
holds its own with later acquisitions.
WaJcinjj I'eoplu by Tflerapli.
Some enterprising people in Belgium
liave applied the telephone to a novel
Littlo bells are supplied and fitted to
the beds of all who desire to rise early
in the morning but cannot do so of
their own accord. A certain time is
fixed nnd communicated to the central
station and, at tho precise moment
agreed upon, tho current is turned on
and tho bells commence to ring and
continue doing so until the slumberer
awakes, leaves his couch and informs
tho head office that ho has had enough.
The idea ought to super ede tho
seven-and-sixpenny alarms which per
form a spasmodic peal for the space of
fivo minutes, and having run down re
lapse into siii nee again.
This soitof thing is very alarming at
first, nnd invariably causes the dozer to
wake up in a & rrible fright; but after a
time one gets used to tho performance
and tho tinkling proves ineffectual.
Ifciby Hud His Hair.
Visitor (regarding the baby) : "Oh,
what a dear littlo duck of a child!
He resembles you both : indeed he
docs. He has got his mother's hand
some eyes and his father's hair."
Father (who Is bald-headed) : " I guess
ho has ; I haven't."
One night a lady, on going to her bed
room, long after the rest of the house
hold had retired for tho night, saw to
her dismay a man's foot protruding
from tho drapery of the toilet table.
What was she to do ? Here was evi
dently a burglar, tho house was a large,
rambling old place, and her room, at
tho very top, so far distant from those
of the rest of the household that should
she call for help no one could possibly
Like lightning tho thought flashed
through her brain. If she could only
get at the gong in the hall so as to alarm
the household. But then thero was tho :
fear of his following her. j
Walking quietly out of the room, she j
closed the door, and, finding the key
outside, turned it hastily in the lock, i
ran down stairs, and sounded such a I
furious tattoo on tho gong as speedily j
brought the members of the household
round her. j
The gentlemen af the party, thinking '
it rather a good oke, ascended to secure
tho would-be burglar, and caught him
in the act of emerging from the lady's
room, ho having succeeded in picking
the lock. After a short scuffle he was
secured ere he could reach the open
window on tho ground floor, by which
he had effected an entrance.
A spice of humor is often exhibited in
the way some people rise to the occa
sion. When, at a large public dinner in
London somo years ago, a gentleman
saw a rather suspicious-lookm
tinc onDOsite him at table quietlv pocket .
a silver spoon and fork, he at once
seized his snoon and stuck the handle '
ostentatiouslv into Lis button-hole.
On being asked to explain bis extra
ordinary conduct be answered naively :
"Ah, I'saw that gentleman over there
pocket his Bpoon and fork, so I con
cluded we Trere all to take ours homo
with us too."
The pockets of the designated gentle
man (?) were searched, and on the arti
cles in question being discovered there
he was handed over to the police, ieel
ing, vo have no doubt, rather caught
The Grim Monarch.
Tbere Is a guest that I detest,
Forever at my side ;
He clings to me more fondly
Than a bridegroom to his bride.
I hate him and berate him,
But when I cross his will
He glares at me sardonically
And clasps me closer still.
He's a beggar and a ranger,
He was present not a stranger
At the birth of the Messiah
In the cold Judean manger.
He strolls along the path
Of the tempest in its wrath ;
He s found among the ruins
Of the moulder's aftermath.
He's a prince of empty pockets,
Out at elbow and at knee;
He's the King of countless millions,
And his name is Poverty.
James Connor Roach.
A VISIT TO AN ASTE0L0GEE.
By a Writer Strongly Impressed with His
I remember several years ago, writes
Ella Wheeler Wilcox to the Chicago
Tiibune, that a Winter of unusual snows
and a Summer of terr.fic cyclones were
said to be caused by a conjunction of
certain stars and their peculiar attitude
towards the sun.
Then, why may not the theory of this
Dr. S. be true (1 do not cive his name
I lest an uncharitable world accuse me of
advertising him), that many of the dis
asters, financial and otherwise, that be
fall our lives, are often due to a similar
Several months ago, having heard a
great deal of the marvellous powers of
of this man, I went to see him, moved
by curiosity and interest. I found his
modest sign with a simple prefix of
Tls ' rkvor nn Pnrrlic.h lincanmnr rn n
resectable and quiet street.
Although early ill the day, his rCCCp-
.. ,., ., ,t -""y
tion room was hlled to overllowmg with
eager and curious people, while the low
hum of a man's voice in an adjoining
apartment indicated that tho astrologer
As I looked about me I saw a pale and
intellectual lady in tieop mourning,
whose serious face expressed tlio earnest
ness of her errand; a giggling girFin
sealskin who said she " came just for
fun, and ma would kill her if she knew
it;" a veiled lady who sat like a sphinx
in the corner; an unbelieving man, who
came to expose a fraud, and a brother
from Wall Street, who came because ho
had come before and found it to his
The schoolgirl broke the silence by
her nonsensical and delightful giggle
(delightful, because it buboled up fiom
a light, unharasscd heatt); the lady in
mourning a'.licd us eagerly if wo thought
the astiologer could give us any knowl
edge of the dead ; the unbeliever scoffed
at the whole " concern ;" and then tho
solid, matter-of-lact bioker from Wall
Street spoke :
" 1 can only speak from personal
j htoSanS Peculiar powers) and 1
experience, lie said. " i lieaid much
came at first out of curiosity, at a time
wlien l was about to make an important
venture in business.
"I entered the room; ho cast my
horoscope, and after a few moments'
study over it, he inlormed mo correctly
what occupation I was dotincd to lol
low. Tiien he told me that a certain
constellation was just cro-siiig the path
of my life star which would lender my
business ventuio dangerous or fatal,
and advised mo to wait until a few
weeks had elaised before I made any
"I was so impressed w i'h his words
that I did wait and found that the in
vestment that I had cont mplated would
have resulted mi st disastrously.
" Since then I always consult him
before taking any serious stop in lusi
ness. So far he has never failed to
advise me correctly. I have saved
money, and made money, bv consulting
him. I have gieat faith in his abili y,
which I regard as parol v scientific, and
in no sense supernatural."
" He told my sister she wo'iltl have a
chance to get married in a year," gig
gled the scliool girl. " I hope to good-nos-s
he w-ii't tell me that."
When at last 1 was admitted to tho
presence of the astioIogrl saw a m.tl-dlo-aed
man, mil, inc m d to lie stout,
of piepob-essi n pre ewe and with a
German eat of countenance.
As I had ne.e-r before b en in this par
ticular locality, and as 1 was a verj
small unit in tho great sea of huma ity
which surges in New York, I could not
Hatter myself that 1 was known to this
Yet after casting my horoscope and
studying it a moment ho informed me
that the situation of the stais at tho
time of my biith neeo-sitated a public
career for me, either in the dramatic or
tho literary world the hitter ho should
think; and then biielly he outlined the
principal and most important points in
my life with absolute coneclness.
" Just now," ho said, " it will be im
possible for you to make any definite
plans about anything. A star affects
you which would confuse any arrange
ments you might make especially plans
for travel. It will move away '.n a short
time, however; but I wowld not advise
you to at'empt any journey just at
As I had recently been called back
from the West sudd'enly by a telegram,
and my entire plans for the teason
upset, I could not but think his words
After a few more moments of silent
study ho made somo predictions in mat
ters persons. 1 and financial (every one of
which so far has been verified), gave me
some advice, and charged the very
moderate sum of fifty cents.
- nny no you cnarge so small a
fee," I asked, " when vou would
; have all you could do at twice that
I " Well," he said, " often a man from
i Wall Street whom I havo sissisted to a
, fortune comes t ere and lays down a
, $100 bill. I have received as high as
I 5500. So 1 can afford to keep my price
i down for the masses."
j "Do you leceivo moro calls from
, ladie than gentlemen?" 1 asked,
j Yes, although a great many men
come here to consult me on business
I many who would not like it known, no
doubt but 1 think as a rule women
I picdominate. Sometimes a lady conies
i whose hoioscopo is almost de-void of
even's, and she goes away angry because
, I cannot pit diet startlhu adventuies
ana a iuii me lor her. 1 can
only predict or relate what the stars
" It is rather curious," I said, "that
ladies patronize you so extensively,
when you a e the one person on earth
to whom they are obliged to give the
exact date of their birth.""
' But I forget it so soon, you know,"
l see so manv people
every day. I cculd not tell you to-mor
row me year or your birth."
Comforted by this assurance I made
my exit, and found ten new arrivats
in the reception-room " since I had
One of the fashionable modistes and
female speculators of New York told me
she had ofien visited this astrologer
and always with benefit to her business
But I find it better to go In the
forenoon," she said. He is mentally
exhausted late in the day, aad his
vision seems less clear. He is a won
The Jewett Farm.
1886. STALLIONS. 1886.
KANSAS WILKES, 3519.
Foaled IS31; color toy; size 1G hands; sired hv George Wilkes sires of fortv-five 2-5J performers: rtrst dam
Alruont, 5, sire of thirty performers, second dam by Gen. Lee. thoroughbred grandson of Imperial Gleneoe.
PATCHES WILKES. SXf).
Foa'.ed 1K2: color Mac!:; Size 1VI hands: sired bv fieorcre Wilkes. .S1. sire of fnrtv-.flve 2i nf.rfnrnir. flrsr
dam by 3Iambrino Parcheu. 5?. ire of fourteen . performers; second dam Betty Brown tdani of Wilkes
Boy, '.'IJiP oy Mimbrlno Putcnen, 50; third dam, Picilfes, by Mambrino Chief. 11.
ERIE WILKES, 3010.
Foaled 1S2; color bay: size 15 1-2 hand-,; sired by George Wilkes, 313, sire of forty-five 2:30 performers; dam
by Confederate Chief. 4il; sire William Arthur, 2:19'.
Foiled 13TT; color brown: sfze 153' hands; sired by Allle West, 715. bv Almont. S3; first dam by Garrard
Chief, 253, by jlambrlno Chief, 11; second dam Puss by old Gray Eagle (thoroughbred.)
The above stallions will .stand at S25 the season, with privilege of return the following season if mare
does not prove wit Ii foal; 1(1 due at time of service, and balance Oetober 1st, IssC.
Foaled 1S32; color black; -ize 1GJ4 hands. Sired by Champ Fergiwin. 4M. by Alta, ": ilrst dam by Standard
Bearer; sire or Marlowe, 2:1j, dam by William Jlambrino. the dam of Santa Claus. 2:1TX- Term-: $3) the
M-aMjn, with privilege of return the following season If mare does not prove in foal; $ludue at time of ser
vice, and balance October 1, lss6.
I aNo have an imported Percheron stallion standing at 813; payable April 1st, 1S5C, If mare proves in foal;
If not in foal, no charge.
For further particulars regarding the above stallions address
HEKRT C. JEWETT,
Cheney, Sedgwick county, Kan.
Do a general real estate and exchange business. Offer special bar
gains in land and city property, improved and unimproved.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR PROPERTY FREE OF CHARGE.
Large list of lands to exchange for city property and stocks of
goods. Loans negotiated and insurance placed.
Wo. 227, BAST DOUG-LAS AVENUE.
BUY LOTS IN
-:- (I -:- Fisher's
These Lots are close to the City Limits, and are lying between Central Ave.
and Second Street, east of town. These lots are for sale on cheap
and easy terms. No college, Union depot or machine shops
are to be built on tnem. For terms apply at
BUTLER & FISHERS
110 DOUGLAS AYE.
Comanche, Comanche County, Kansas.
A new city on the Cimmarron, at its junction with Big Bluff and
Cavalry creeks, offers more inducements to the investor than any
other new town platted in Kansas this year. Only three miles from
the great natural salt deposit; a fine water power at the foot of
Cavalry Valley, with its hundreds of fine farms, many under culti
vation. A chance to get in now on the ground floor.4 No lots given
away. Many brick and frame buildings going up. Write for full
particulars to the
A N N E S S (A New Town),
Located on the Leroy & "Western Railroad, an extension of the
Atchison, Topeka & Tanta Pe Railroad, in Erie township,
Sedgwick county, Kansas, owned by the Ar
kansas "Valley Town Company.
PRICES LOW AND TERMS EASY. TWELVE MILES FROM ANY
Railroad Town, in a well settled and
improved farming community, insuring good support
from the start. Call on or write me at once and secure choice of lots.
G. A. HATFIELD, General Agent, Wichita, Kan.
The Future Metropolis and Railroad Centre
of the Southwest.
Vr.W KIOWA U Irwnt.il In thcsouth-easj.Tii tortlon of IVirW county, Kansas;
Southern Kansas railroad, as It ill bo of the St. Imls
KmiHm.rrn r.illrnil flit tir.oTtt nsnn. thus irlvinir
KIPWa"i..i MifficlPM (niar.um that he will -er
Soi.thue.t and the XATCI'.AL GATEWAY TO TIIE
INDIAN TERRITORY, PAN-HANDLE OF TEXAS AND SOUTHWESTERN KANS.
It is the KTeat upplv and ilUtribtitini; point for tho countries above named. Between Anni-t 7th and
Xoveinlier Urth, l-r.. NeV Kiowa elippl fo.TTl h-ad of fat cattle to the eastern market, and double If not
treble this niunlier the proent se.vn. THIS BOOMING YOUNG CITi' l surrounded by one of the in(t
iRMiitlf ul and productive region- of Kaira. We ha e pure, parklint: water in abundance. Two solid
lnnks the Kuik of Xe.v Kiowa having a capital of SKKl"), aU a reliable pri ate Kink; tMonewspai"';
tle hotel's, live lumber anU, five 11 erie, eihl r-al t-ute tlrm-. a munlx-r of wholesale and retail mer
cantile houses an elegant oiera house now building, churche, schools, brick j ard. etc
THE KIOWA TOWN COMPANY DONATE LOTS ON WHICH TO ERECT
Churche--. college. milK machine hop. manufactories, etc Thej- sell desirable city and country prot-ertr
at rea-omble price, on easv terms and guarantee ati-.fa'tIo:i In e cry cn-: t'OH KCKTIIEIt P.UUTCU
1RS CALL O.V Oli ADDUE&s
THE KIOWA TOWN COMPANY,
New Kiowa, Kansas
Guthrie's New Addition
TO THE CITY OF WICHITA.
Thirty (30) Acres platted into one-acre lots. Just placed on the
market; one and a fourth miles north of Carey Park. For sale by
J. E. HUMPHREY & SON,
me ana insn
W. X. DEAX.
DEAN I MAXWtL
Real Estate Dealers.
We have property la ererv daslrahto locality In the dtp; alo & lrze ilu of Farm Projertr- Bj caJlla? t
onr cjftce poa caa et oar prfot and ee (pzr projrt 7 Inx of efcarffe
OFFICE-ROOK I EAGLE BLOCE.
FJr: gtalrwr cast of Wichita XsUocalack.
-:- Second -:- Adt
COMANCHE TOWN COMPANY,
New Kiowa, Kansas.
Ih the tvrrnijHM or the
anil tht- Vriinn-u. CUv X.
Ft. Scott A, Wichita nillro.l and
her lhre tomtjctin line.. Thi
The location of NEW
Ik.- the Teat -dupping loint and catih; mart of the
A. H. HAXWELL. X-.trT PaUIc
DEAN k MAXWELL
Wichita City Roller
-Uanuracrure the Eollowiny Celebrate! Brand:-
IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy; X. L C.
The-e brawls hare leen on tht' market east, wtvt, north and outh for ten j ear, and they have won an
envUbie reputat'on w lierever Imrudueed. To try them U to s:ay with them. Wo are uIwaj 3 lu the market
for w heat at highest cash price.
OLIVER, IMBODEN & CO.
A. McKENZIE & CO.
Repairinc, R,pi',ntius and Trimming
Promptly Attended To.
City Trade Solicited and Satisfaction
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY,
Fine Crackers I Pure Candies.
JOBBERS IN FRUITS, NUTS, ETC.
Agents for "Good Faith", "Scout" and "Success" brands of Cigars.
GOODS SOLD TO DEALERS ONLY. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
BUNNELL I MOREHOUSE,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
A., T. & S. F. Vu K. LANDS.
Bargains in city and county property Our insurance companies arc as
follows: Etna, Liverpool, London, Globe, German-American, Insurance Com
pany of North America, Hartford, Phcemx, of Hartford, Home, of New York;
New York Underwriters.
. "&. dt'V.
- - 0?ffl? Finest : Restaurant : in : Kansas.
The Nicest Lots
:.-w vB&vcm twixtiMffsm
r- r- -iAtyy,'. .'WHjg
Eetween Park and Tenth Streets, west of Washington Avenue.
Prices Low and
0. B. ST0CKER,
E I Eire Clay.
E S Fire Brick,
lAJRBLEs DLST?:A YTITK ' FXSl),'- LATH,
Lime; Hair, New York and Michigan Piaster.
Louisville and Portland Cement.
YAKD and OFFICE -Oa TTtW Strwt. l-ireta XxkzUa Ata3e Virrii'a rGfta3
THE FINLAY ROSS
Furniture -:-and -:- Carpet
LARGEST T.YnUSIBIEXT Df THE STATE FOR
Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
Window Shades, Shade
Baby Crrriges, eta
1"OSS BLOCK. Ol;Kie the IVstofflw.
. 119 imiim MAi:.' CTKEET.
Mills' and Elevator.
INCOltTOK .TED LTO.
VT. 51 VKK A SI'HCIAI.TV OK TIlOl'ICAl. Fltl'ITK
and jtAj'.B cavHucmoMS.
mil. HIRST an-l SLABf J?nv
UAJSTXH.FO ft HO&M, lntrttln.
Ilrnncli IIu J'uw Ktorwn. Jfnn.
rsr-N" II -On!r for tCB CItlUi! In mnf flavor iack
vl tn 3IiuM or nnlk, pwwtfjr AIM.
in the City are in
1 CARRIAGE WORKS. flNLU
GLOBE -:- IRON -:- WORKS,
Founders and Machinist?.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
pjrrn jwS Tjtxm Cmttlt xA VvVLry uxd HlmIUsx.
f ll dMtlEjf to jsf 0ls u rtf, AwjJi lur it
imm cutter la jus Onica u txfX. xxrA tor Ut
aakMa Vazr.l. AD XVaC CI
Outos tidjex B&tlew uai tmiinimttoti imrti.-jZ
A. riJiOG, TnixnWjuc.