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THE WlCtilTA DAILY EAGLE, WICHITA, KANSAS, tObAt M&1UWNG: AUGUfe'T It, 1886 " - - 4 "' 4-l
let. M. XUKDOCK. Kdltor.
TUESDAY MOUSING, AUG. 17, ISSfi
Tor Associate Justice
Ot tan a count-.
For State Inwurt-
J MKS . HAMILTON',
For Auditor of Slate
For Attorney Gtniral
S. It. IllSADFOUIl,
J. II U.IIIVI,
HON". E. II. FUNSTOV.
HON. It W. lLKKINk
Miuw nee count)
JL'IUCl U-lttli IIIS1UICT.
I- or Judge
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
Tbo Hriitililicnti Cunt Com tiition for tlie
purjiose of nominal ui t-nniliilntcs for tlic
lolloiviiij; eilllccr, IVolntc JiuIko. County
Attornev, l)itnct ClVik, urinteiikiit of
iTiblic liistniction ana Coroner, will lx nclii
intUocitv ol Wichita on the 4tli day of hti
tcmlicr, IV;,at 11 o'clock a. m at tliooivra
Thcieu ill also !. liMat tlio same tiini1
and place, ami aft, i tliu ailjounmiuit of Mid
county com cation, a romuitiou to nominate
a caiiiliilatu for rcpix-scntatn o for tlic
Eislity-seconil Kepre-uitutno district,
''lure will also lie licldontlietsiinodaj and
nftcr ,Ji" adiouninimt of wixlfounU romui
tion, a convention in the Tir-t Marti of the
tit) of AVithitn, for tho iurMu of noinin.it
ingn candidate f-v ripicstntative for the
Ci-htv fourth Itciiresvucittnc district.
On t-Viday, the third day of Sipkinlicr,
lbi, at 1 J o' ix k in of said day, nt the ity
ofUoldnrd, there will lie Iiuil i comciuion
for the purjwse of noiiiiii'ttin a candidate
for 11 ii-useutatnc for the Hight) -third lti i
rewit.itio district and for the uniooot
noinm.itina candidate for theofllce ot t oun
tv i-oniiiiissioncr for the '1 hird CoinniWsiontr
Said comtntions. arc called by onlcr of tin
IlepiililKan Central Coiiiimtte-c, ami the
loniMiijis nnei inn winix- ciimihii to iw
follow ins number of ilcli-g itcn:
Kirst ward .....15
beam I Ward Id
I bird Ward . '
Fourth nnl . . . 11
I-irth Ward .. .
Lincoln tnnslil ... 4
1'ajne towiishlp . . . I
MtieliH tiwn.tilp . J
Keclil tnslilii . . ... 4
Wichita townniilp . - ')
Gypsum totuislilji . '
Itockfont to neliininpi.tr precinct) . .1
Itockfonl towusldli 'toner Dreclncl). ..... 3
l'arktontlilp (wentof lf rher) . . 4
Park town-hip (castor Me rlr) ... 3
Greeley tjwnslilp ";
herraan toun-lilp. . .
Union township .... '
Ganlcn Tlaln toiililp (upper precinct). 2
.ardcn Plain tounnlilp (lowr precinct). . .. .1
Grand Illver township '-
Waco townhlp ''
Illinois tonnhl . -'
Alton township .. 2
ralein township .
Ohio township ..... ;
Ninoecah lounthlp '
lolo township -
Krie township . -
Valley Centur to tKhlp (eist of river) . I
Vnllcy Center townslilp(HtBtofiiver; -'
Eaple towhshli . '
'lhepriiiinntoc!et 'Slid dlignts will
lie held on TJmrsdiv, Kojiti iiiIhi 2nd. iss"., at
the usual otuiR pi ices In the countn the
H)lls will 1 o iumI fi-o.n - ' lKl.to4 ocloil
ii in., and in tho nil from 1! oMikIv until
JiV) i in i; ft. .H w itt, Cli linn ui
31. H 11ih.mii I l.'S hecntaiv
Tlio Winlldd Courier s.iltsr Wkhit-i,
"ccn in Nudi a niodeni lull :ls Wkliil i
Tlie- expression is n Utile r.utli ami v.e
Jiojie uii(I(sertil, but no (lo.ibt Mime pto
llo fe-el that v.) .ibout in
A'nritcr in the Wichita Kon. -jhmU.
of Sumner county as n lined in honor of
Gen. V.. V. Smiimr, U. S. A ll w.i
nimitliii immory of Clinics Sumner.
AVe lml intended loliie coireitcil our
corresiiidciit but it sbpjHil our menior
Tlie Tunes would liko tu know if Colo
..i n..i.. .. .i. - . .it.. i it . ... i.. f.it-t
"l ', Si' ",L ,o 'w i.l.n ' M. 1 uVn Wkl.lt . a vhaf. was sunk siv Inuull fu t
itmiR.is City Tunes
An Eagle Bepresentatlve on His
Remarkable Property, Many Booms
ami Flattcrinff Crop Prospects.
To the Editor of the iJglc.
Xotiwtlistamling the hcaiy rains which
ciuiscd fc end very serious washouts on
the main line of the Santa Fe some ten
dnsaio, our corresrionilent managed to
reach the western part of the state w itli the
loss of but a few hours time. Before re
turning to Wichita e Wtcd most of the
leading towns on the main line, and in ev
try instance we found a remarkable show
iiic'of "Towth and iiroi)crity. In fact
we-sttni Kans.is Ktmsto i cnjojiiig. ccn
during inid-mimner, the strongest kind of
alwom. L-uid seekers mid capitalists arc
pouring in by the thousands from the
north, south and east, while the fame of
southwestern and central Kansas is greater
thmctrlieforc. Ineen counly west of
lJciio Ihciains hue liecn Iwith plentiful
and seasonable, and croi)- of all kinds arc
hcawcr than for any previous jear since
the Httli ment of the country. This ises
jituilly so of the corn crop, which shows
an immense ieldeen to the Colorado line.
i:crywhcrewcfoutidthe Koir. well
icceived, and rapidly coming to the front
as the leading Kansas d lily among the bus
incis n.eii in all the towns west of Wichita,
on the miin line of the Santa To; and
although the competition is ery Miong
with more thin a dozen olhcr Kansas
and Missouri assothled prcs d lilies.
still tho Emm: Hies the hi-'hot
and its viirorous scrcamingdraw thc crowd
As an cridencc of this, on 1 ist Thursday,
aloiis with brother Volk, of the Common-
wcalth, we dropjKd in upon the St. John
itcsoer in SLUTonl count, and in tin
twinkling of m-iii) 03 es thchindoiiiu mini
berof forty subscrilx-rs was secured for
the bird As for brotln r Volk it is not for
us to say, as he left on an earlier trim than
Verily, the S mt.i Fe h is pm en its power
by the number of branches and feeders it
buildiii"; this tear. Those citciisions tvest
of Wichita now number luc, and on ncarh
all of tli 111 work is being pip-hid with
reimrkablc ligor. IVrhips the most
important of these feeders is the big
l11-1nchfromGrc.it IJciid to Denver, and
judging from the immense iumtitics of
m.il tri d the eompun h ie piled up at th it
poinl, it will surely lie completed at an
early dale. This line will soon give us
through railroad t onntc lions with the thriv
ing towns in Line, Siott and Grttlcv coun
While returning on the train, jour tor
nspondent hid the pleasure og mectinj;
.Mr. M L Muiin, formerly of wiehili, but
now a leading iiicrch uit of Laiglewood
CI irk c-onnlv. -Mr. Muiin informed us Ih it
he was off for -i month's vurcdion to his old
home in Iowa and Mintiisoln He :d-o
give us an account of the shooting
Knglcwood last Thin sdav, which resulted
in the killing of John I'ollv a cow )my and
.1 noted ch'iractcr in tlr,t ncighliorhood.
The trouble grew out of therefiis.il of Folly
to comply with the city's ordinance recjuir
ing that all revolve rs and guns must lie put
av . iv and not carried on the person while
in town. The mirshill, Fred Fdvvanl,
vcnt to arrest Folly, who in turn attempt
id to draw his gun, but IMvvards was too
quirk for him, with the above result.
The editor of Hie G mini Cit) Cultivator,
.1 udgt L. ). Ikiilcy, his discovered Ih it
the found ll ion and subsoil of the Arkan
sas Vallc; is a mail rub in agricultural
possibihlii s He siv s in a 1 lie iiuinlterof
"We .tie building on Ihe rock henceforth
instc id of sind as heretofore' It is ilisin
ti grated ruck gjiistim 10ek.it tint but
rock all the .ime ami no 1 tier found 1
lion can be found in the world "
That's nothiiiS new. We hive known
for ears tint Mich was theca-t; so far as
this sc tion was conetrned. Where the
111 ignesi in or limestone licit leaves olT the
trvpsum foimition sts in. The Hvcil.
has tilkcd about il hundreds of times. The
rcat wheat glowing counties of Kansas
are situated just west of the limestone for
m itions and on the gvpsiini bels. Here at
Considering all tint Wichita is and his,
the Colonel thinks th it in the line of blow
Wie liita is the most modest and unassuiu
sliming low 11 in the west.
The great Monn which, according to
prediction, was tiiMiijsh even thing is due
from the Kith to the 20th. The wcalhtr
cranks nev 1 r miss or h irdly cv c r Let lie r
come, am thing would lie as accept ible to
this, if we except a rcgulir twister. As
for that cohl wave it would be welcomed
Tollichdilorof the I.tkc
3Iy inform ition is th it ce rtain p ulics are
tlrcul.itiong an i.vsertion to thecireet tint
lam no hinge r a candid ite for rcprcscnt.i
tive I elo not know- whether this is
through misrcpiescnt ition or for the pur
jkisc of lessening my eh luces, but for w hit
ever icason it is not true. H A IIm.i,
Ir. IJivard'stnmble now over the Cut
ting case c-omes from texi precipit ite action.
He "-imply blundered, as is now veryevi
dent. Instead of asking the Mexican gov
eminent for its version of the affair, Mr.
Ha.V aril bluntly deiieindtsl the release of
Cutting, and hence is compelled to submit
to the mortification of licing Miuhlieii.
anil nothing but 111 irl and rolton gv psiim
was found Agiin we put down a drill
over a thousand feet ne ir the. citv and
nothing but in irl, si ite and rotten ilecom
posed gvpsiim was ehsuivereil, if we e
cept a slight llowofgis encountered now
great Improvements are being made In that
History was well attcmlcd as usual. The
civil war was discussed by the class in a
lively manner. Gettysburg, Antietamand
Yicksburg as to their importance were de
bated; also some of the commanders were
named and the success of cadi was com
mented upon, making the recitation cry
entertaining, not only to the class but also
to theisitors, of which we had a large
numlier for the first day of the week.
The school boards from two districts were
here looking over the institute. This Is as
it should be, as they can sec here what is
licing done by the teachers that must make
them eventually worth more than those
that do not make any effort in tliat direc
The class in natural philosophy were a
little behind on account of tlie interest
taken in the anatomical charts, but the sul-
lect of erases was talked up, pressure of air,
the siphon explained and some information
given on all these points, some ideas, per
il ips. were new, es)ecially the description
of a siphon as giv en by one young man.
The grammar class, owing to the ab
sence of Mr. Shull, was conducted by Mr.
Mickey, superintcnilent of "Wichita schools.
He is a stranger, but his gcntlcminly de
portment favorably impressed all of those
th it had anything to do with him.
The class in physiology had quite a treat
tod ly in htv ing before us an agent that was
able to interest us in his stock of goods,
"eiitleman. Prof. Palen. having a s.t of
an llomical charts came liefore "us and ex
ill lined the uses and maiinerof using them.
Asa general thing, charts as brought to the
iioticc-of teachers are so incomplete that
thevareof but little use, but this set is as
complete as the arts and sciences can
m-ikcthuu. 'i he illustration of the effects
of ah ohol on the organs are simply won
derful, and as a work of art are simply itr-
fe ct; and if ad ipled in public schools would
do more to convince people of the in
mrious effect of alcohol than all the
text liooks printed on the subject.
Itookkcc ping was confined to coinmcr
cid pipers, and all kinds were nimeel and
explained by the members of the diss, and
emilu u discussion was brought out as to
how they arc written and method of using,
and wh it ran be done with them The
clws will continue posting the transaction
tint hive Ken given to us until the liooks
Gcognphy was well attended and the
recil ition was vcrv rood, although the
members were not all in at that time. The
meinliershii) is still increasing, our immlicr
being lbO, and more to come, as this is as
good .111 institute as can lie found; xvilh
more w ork and les foolishness thin usual
ly falls to the lot of an institute.
THE KANSAS MIDLAND.
from tin. Ui coin Democrat
Messrs 1) iu'v, 1'hipps anil Bintlv, re pre
spnling this comp my, wcie here 1 1st S itur
ihy, and a meeting was held .it the court
house in Ihe forenoon. Those having the
ni'ittcr of eircul iting petitions for elections
in charge, reported the jictitioiis ill full,
except one. th it h id not 3d liecn returned
The subject of the proposed roid was dis
cussed in its various ph iscs. and from ibout
even- conceivable stunl point. Judge
Hinds, who presided, tinallv proi-oseel a
vote on the subject ol calling the t lections,
and the vote was uti miliums in favor of it.
a cood sized trowel lieintr present, the
court room about half full.
Messrs I) toy, it -J, lift on the train
Sitiirdny afternoon, ui el we iindcrst.iud
will return as soon as tlie dec 'inns afe all
called south of us. Then, the elections
will proiably be called in this county, im
mediately, and so on, through to the Ne
'Ihe Wiehiii Kvoi 1. is the greatest news
pijier in the slate, and we jKruse its col
umns with Ihe aviehty with which a tramp
tackles ,1 "h md o'lt." Wellington Postal
For Bargains In
J. M. BALDERSON.
J. R. SITES.
Oflce 117 E Dooglan arena.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attorney at-Lw. Office. So U4N Main street, up
stalne. next to portofflce. Wichita. Kannan. daowiaf
B.C. tuxas. w.iauui.
Attomeyat-Liw, Wichita. Kannaa.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at-Law. Office flint door north of V. S.
Land office In Commercial Block. Wichita, h'snin
Special ottcntlon giTen to all kind or buslneM con
nected with the United states Land ufflcc.
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attorneys-at-Law. Eagle Block. Wichita. Kama.
c c, Bcoous. a, h cots.
RUGGLES & ROYS.
Attorneys at Law. Office over No 13$ Mala street.
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Stover , Douglas arenue, mchlta,Kan
D. A. MITCHELL.
E. D. PARSONS.
H. E. GORN.
Attorney at Law. Onlce orer la Do-ialas avenue.
F. P. MARTIN.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
U. tt.COUXV,8 HOBrKTM rtATT,
COLLINGS &. PLATT.
Attorneys at-Ur. Will prattler tn state and fed
crat courts. Office in Temple block. Main street. S4c
ond stain ay north of xt office, Ichlta. Kaimaa.
8 W. AKAMS tlkJO W. 1DAM3.
ADAMS & ADAMS.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
0. D. KIRK.
Altonievnt Ijiiv ltnoui No. S, U. S Land Office
.juIUHiuf khlta Kan
W. S MORRIS
n,A.SAKEr. r l.CAMraixi.
iJivryers, IcJilta, Kansas Office south -vct wr
tier iJurkct Ktrcvt and lhuUiM are
A R. MUSELLER.
Attorney, Law, CMce OTr Slaws Wulc rtore,
ojr'totdtc iost(aico, Gtr.ii"n sjNkeiu Wichita, Kn
GEO. W. CLEMENT, JR.
riijrviclan nijd hurReort Oflloe In Hart win blck.
cunur i-oiiriii ana vuugi m atenuo o. er aurs uru
st'ire. Office hours, ft to 11 a. nu lto4t in, and at
G. M. BIBBEE, M. a
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
HoinapatiiHt Ofllon wltta Dr IL Ualhtwn, JLiIn
u-cti, fiececonti stairway norm 01 ptwioratLT. iuwi
dimx.iui Xortu ourth sti-M.t, near Union depot,
UkMUi, Kankiw. Telephone No lit.
DR. J. J. STONER.
HomCcpatb'st Offlca opposite postofllct. 111
el.fiw, 33 .North ?Ialn strtXit, n Ichlln, Kansas TeU
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
VlO slclana anl urKeong. Office DeaMb ock, oppo
"He OeLldeuUl hotel. Iu.i!ii1ence, TJ7 W cr utrtct,
cirutr oak street
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
1'IijmLUu and SurgfJOn. Office. and ri-sldeiiee L0
lkiiAU3 aeiuc N and . ft isjtu.il Uwutinent in
It iti itIi jI tJ, and dcascs of wonian a pet laity.
E. B RENTS, M. D.
Pliyi'cnvi am! SiirKn Oftlcoover J-uller .4 Stiii'it
J MLTO WKLCIJ, M I T K WKICIl, H V
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
OflU-w 31 IwuUs aerme. WUhlta. Kaunas, where
they niai be found nt all In turn
RUSSELL & JORDAN. "
ritvsU lam and Surgeoi?
Main tertrt, first btalr ay
Telei'ho.iut A. 1 1.
PALMER C. JAY.
PhyjkluinndKurKfoii OlfloeatlJ (I Ttirdnirf
stote, an hast l)ouIis amnii
I. H. MATTINGLY.
Ih3s(liu OfWa over Ijndon Tsltoni. No. 1J5 N
L S ORDWAY; M. D.
MRS. SELINA H. MILLER.
HoiiKxnnjtlHC riivsiclan. i-ornr Hirer street and
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
(M(altlcs Diseases of the tie. Kar. Noe and
Thnt, Catarrh and dttlnc Khuas Office southwest
itr iKtujiat ana jiarkcr, up fctairs, n lomta, h.aus
Pioneer -:- Lumber -:- Man
of 8DawicK oomrnr.
Established in 1870.
A Complete Stock of Pine Lumbe.r
Shingles, Lath, Doors, Sash, etc.,
always on hand.
Office and yards on Market street between Douctas
arenoe and First stncL
New Goods M Received
A HANDSOME LINK OP
In Flouncing and all Overwldths,
ALSO A NICE LINE OF
Crinkle : Seersueker
We are not selling goods at
cost, however you will find our
prices as reasonable as anywhere
in the city.
GALL AND SEE U8.
132 MAIN STREET.
The People's Line.
Tbe (Jreit Free Palace Ueclialo Clair Car Boole,
DR. E. M. CONKLIN.
Office over Stewart dniix store, corner Haln and
StH-imd Ktreet Diseases of women, pllws reneral and
priraieaieases nam eruruen ana an cnronic aw
unice nnure im iium a
HOW HE BEAT HIS PARTT.
On tlie 1 it el i- of the rc-c-tnt session of
congress SiKaiker Carlisle issued an onlcr
that no liquors should lc sold in the csiii
al ltsstaunint, anil the result was tint
Ihcre were no "scenes" in the house -it the
time of adjournment.
lirick Pome re3' is not dead v ct. He puli
lishes a p iper in New York, in a 1 ite mini
Iht of wliieh he ss "'Ihe m liiispriiiir
of Deniocnie v in thiseilyi-e 'oiled in the
worm of the still. 'Ihe ghost of Thomas
Je ITe rsim is not deuce high Itetvv ei u :i gl iv
of whisky or a schooner of liecr. You
could no more run a Democrat in this e ity
without whisky th in vou could run a hell
without lire. Ten hours of prostitution
with whisky in the Kick room, cliainpine
in the parlor and jiolnici ins upstair., count
more th m elo all the churches on 3Iauli it
t ih 11 md when it comes to setting the
Democratic midline There i no want
for, nor welcome to a Democrat in this city
who is not in favor of rum a the Alph i
and Omcci fur the Democratic appliuico
for controlling power
E. H. DEVORE & CO.
W. H. STERNBERG,
Office and Shop 349 Main St.
omee and re-dUnnce uvr Met A Son's hardwara
turn. 117 slain strwit, VTishlta. Kan.
einico hoars, I to 10 a. ro to 4 iv. m .and at nltfit.
aSTwT "sm ITH .
Ihntlst J-isleljulMIni: rU4lis aTeiiue, Wichita.
McKEE & PATTEN.
hnrpsm DcntNts Tcetli extracted wltiinjt iialn.
ih-st set artlllilal teeth, $Jin. Oltto-JI" hast Dnuglai
aennc. VVIcblla. han
DR J C DEAN.
jxiMtetho jKWtoffoo. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L DOYLE & WILSON.
s.r ilniff tore.
St. Louis, Ft. Scott & Wichita,
In conc't'n with Mo. Pac. Ry.
r running mor
Crowded, Jammed, Crashed,
On the occasion of our Grand Opening. It is over and we are now
prepared to show the public a first-class stock of
They all say the same thing, but we will give a few prices below
as pointers, and trust that the public wDl be benefited by it.
Men's All Wool Worsted Suits for $10,
Sold anywhere for $12.50 to $15.00, Frock or Sack.
Men's All Wool Cassimer Suits for $8.00,
Sold anywhere for $12.50.
Men's Working Suits, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Boys from ages 13 to 17, $3, $4 and $5.
School Suits, age 9 to 12, $3, 3.50 3.75.
Childrens Now comes the SIMLA.SSER.: Every mother
likes to see her child look nice, and a visit to our childrens
department will show you prices and quality that
no one can resist.
Children's Suits for Sehool $1.00 to $3.50.
We could fill a newspaper with prices
that would astonish the oldest inhabitant, but
we ask you to call and see for yourseff.
ill .Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
And no discriminations made between anyone. A boy can buy as
cheap as a man. and we will find it no trouble to show
you goods. An early call is requested, by your obedient
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS.
Corner Douglas and Lawrence Avenues.
MONEY TO LOAN
Mattel Mortgages and City Property,
IN SMALL OR LARGE AMOUNTS.
SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST RATES
Wichita Banking Company and Farmers Banking Co.,
116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
J. IL IIOU.ID1V.
J. R. H0LLIDAY I CO.,
n ti M VJOR & IIOIJ ID VY, ivalers In-
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E Douglas Ave.. "Wichita, Kan.
I'ulnuu Palace Sleeping Cars on htmz Tnini
The Shortest Route to St Louis.
The Only Short, Direct Route to
TEXAS AND SOUTHERN POINTS
HOIST BY HIS OWN PETARD.
A doctor :it Portlinil, Oregon, toek too
much rle-ctricily while1 practicing whit he
callcel inngnctic healing, and noi lit i uf
fcring from paralyvi of the lower vtruini
ties.. He' iie,el to w car sticks itli plate, in
the sole- of them, and Maud on metallic
pl.itc. nude rneatlt uhidi there n an elec
trie Iwttery, and a the current pvcl
through him he transmitted it te hi jn
tieut. by the Ia. ing em of h md, elaiming,
of course, the pon cr w.i Mithin himelf
and not from a lutterv.
The llarbcr County Index a that the
St. Louis, Ft. Scot and AVidiita rail tray
company hire akod forand h id nppointed.
toy Judge C. E. Elli, district judge, C. J.
Lovcjoy, Geo. C. Smith and Jack Spark
a riglit-of-Tray coinmi-iouer. to liy off
route, right-of-way, dcpeit ground, etc.,
for said company, through II irler county
as per location toy said company, from the
cast line of ssid county to some point at or
near the line of the Indian territory south
of New Kiowa. The commissconer gie
notice that they will meet on September
13th, pros., at two o'clock on tlie county
line between Harper and Burlier counties at
the point where said lice enters the county
and there begin the work of oondeinnation.
Gov. Glick. says the Champion, in intro
ducing a colored man to the Iemocratic
state convention as its nominee for state
auditor, hardly recognized himself as the
niae Bua-irho ouce hd Alter! Parker, a
eOMOTM aMsVaetttO HNlU'flslMCMasnOae
Monihj utoniing came iiiMiiiling. vo did
the member of the intitute, and ue lnc
h id ejuitc an neldition to our numliers, that
i- uu illv the e"ie the 1 tt to we-ck.
The cptno i quite an Hem w itli a ma
jeirilyofthe tt.ieher and thi car there
i a dipoition on the p irt or ome chool
Ui inl to put down the price of teaeliing
loner thin the wie' werel it jiar The
onI re.iHin gheni lavaue the com crop
i not quite as gooel a it was then, s-o tint
according to th it idea the childnn tluca
tion i to Ih.1 regul'itiil b the amount of
ixiru iiiedi,aehM,ar Genxl te'.icher. will
gtlalKtul whit thoj are worth, although
ehool Ixxirel ran ginerilly get ome one
to take their chool at the director price,
but tht an? not apt to get the worth of
their nioncx whcnthe employ a ten her
tint pcnd- their time in tramping oerthe
country (inteael of attending the intitute)
and offerini; tluircnices at lower nito
thin a iifjrity of tcjchcrs are a.king tint
do attend. The question i lie onel dipute
that thoe tint do attend are Utter qualified
to tcieli thin thoe who do not. A very
few farmers w ill hire n canenter to build
a houc utile. he is qualified :uid his the
tool to work with, and I think a child's
cthication i of greater importance than the
kind of hoire he Ih es in.
In arithmetic there was about ninety in
the cK-s, which i doing well for Monday,
morning Compound number w a again
the subject, and quite an iuteroting time
was hail in vohing problems mentally in
latitutle and longitude, alo in some other
dlwion of compound numlier, and a
large numlier are getting to lw very csjicrt
in mental solutions of problems in arithmetic.
The cla in orthography i making gol
progress in this difficult branch. It is dif
ficult because there is no scientific way of
arriving at it as in arithmetic. Still it will
be keg while before Use aid stand up and
Druggist and Grocers
First Block west of Tremont House
Plymell & Leighton's Stage Line.
ffnniiiii 1 1 ii i rr - ""
i 1 1 1 1 rnj t t ri 1 1
I ta jj )Hio
IViifrMlcinil I'iano Tuner ami IVrmlrer Hi tr
pncfM, Catherine Rusll and Thomas hhaw A Cu Alt
pianos innca hy the wtc item the my itirthcM
tliat will turooiirpUno jterfwt and make It vund
(harmlnir Work guarant ! nltn with
Thomas shaw i Co , muic dealers. Main strrrt.
A. W.U.II J U G1ZXS.
RUSH & GILES.
Archliotaml Suprrlntcnttrntj Officeln OtTrn k
Ilay LiulMlisX. over IJ5 U -t DoiiiUa ar.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Anhtterct ant supcrlntrndent, lUn ami 9tifa
ttonHforaU(.UCNuf buildlnc. Ofl.ce orer II jd
lntA. 031 ce la Koj
All Texas Points Local to this System
i- Manaarr, Rt Ial.
Otn. 1m. ami Tickrt Arnt. St. Louis. Mo.
C. P. ItEtrroK.
IMv Won rae"v-nsrr and Tie. ket Acrnt, W IchUa. ITsn
SfEDMAN & CRANE.
J. F. Reese & IVIcBee,
Real . Estate . Loans
A.T LOTSTEST BATES.
Now is and I am determined It shall continue to be
the most popular trading place In this flourishing
city. I have given the people
Ever since I opened and it Is appreciated.
I am now making preparations to go to New
York, where I will devote my time in securing the
latest and best goods for I&ll and Winter. In tho
AT.T. SUMMER GOODS
-Will be Sold at Prices-
Defying -:- Competition!
10!) DOUGLAS AVENUE.
OHIO I WESTERN MORTGAGE AND TRUST ll,
Farm Mortgages. No Delays.
Interest at Lowest Rates
AlT AS TnUSTELS KOU OUUMIt ITION. 1. CO I'Ain.NHLSItlT TTl-.8 VVD LSDUniUAI.H.
INTEREST PAID ON DbPOSITS
D 1 111 BOB1SOV, JIL, IIumiocnt. Ti.le.Iis ObUi.
JAMfiej i:.'iuvv. 1T1M
office, xzv 3wr.vTir s: uaET.
mill Coimh' llfiiiik Wit ami Solil
CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
ROBISON BROS., 127 WAIN ST-
REDUCTION IN PAPETERIES.
All Our Box Papers for Sale at a Liberal Discount from the Usual Prices.
25c BOXES for I5c,
60c BOXES for 30c,
75c BOXES for 50c,
$1.00 BOXES for 75c.
Now is your time as these goods must be sold. This sale will be for
TWO WEEKS ONLY
HYDE & HUMBLE.
Hone? Always Beady as Soon as Papers are Rerftcteil.
Call on us and get rates at 218 E Douglas Avenue, Wicfliita, Kansas.
C.H FIN'K SONS, of tho olj eiUMUhcl ami iIUM nnrvrrlM at Lamar. Mo , wooM ni-tfull7 Inf.m
th Iiutlic that tbttr have male arrangement and will start a branch Dsrerr In U Irtiita.
AIo that they arw now taklnir on!rs fur nursery Wck to Le Mitipllwl from IhHr
nurwrlcs at I-amar, Io. unlll thej can irrew tha itoclt In ta!r braiu-h nur
mtt at W Ichlta, and hoi lu rvsle tint patroaaz of tlio clti wn
of W k.klU anil thekt ruMotf
Mr. F. M. Miller, General Agent, will represent the firm at this place Office
at Commercial Hotel
C, O. DAVIOSOV. rn-iUlfiit.
It. a CATES. KiamlnT
IL W OIUtAV, Vi rn-, Kwheuv S II
r t inororiioT. w cts.
An hftfcts an1 &uprrlnin IrntA. Office In Ecl
- Fsfjjo Sp
l"s. nsrr for McaI Ce ntrr. l"ilr.l-!u l ot IU!n.
Mcrtllla. tarp iwinran.lall points In Smtn-
wo.ttrn Kansas, will save time and
money by guin; U
I.FIGIITOX& lT.VMKIX'S IJ.NE
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS.
Jeit nurtn of tbe OivWontaL
FOREST CITY LA, No 5220 K of L.
111 nwvt mruLirlj rrrrr FtUIit nlirfci In lwnron
li!jclc IIaII ilprabr are rrniMtefHl to le prrMnt
iAcn ivrrtlii)C. Itj- onlcr ivf M. .
FIRE, TORNADO, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Largest Agency in the Valley.
The Davidson Loan Company
PATD-UP OAPITAJ,, 800,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in the
Tho Nicest Lots In tho City arc In
Eetween Park and Tenth Stroota, west of "W.-mhiiiKton Avenue
Prices Low and Terms Easy.
BUNNELL a MOREHOUSE,
Corner Main btreet and Ixraclas Arou. j
IL V alXi-V. Notary Public
fl W OIUIIAX
Thrhotvrarhtrr Itctar In all ! ju1 ty.,
TTf ai TifTl- ftnt ajMnrtnwnt vf pk-tuir
framr In th citj . Olre him a frlra-llj- call and ex
B S GARRISON
Jmtloe of th reace. Offli-e with Woodcock
torey. In IVvy bnlMlnj
M. J. PARROTT.
Iractleal lf-r llanrr ami Iieoorabir. At Hyde A
At Lowest Rates and Ready for
ALLEN, GRAHAM I CO.,
ilivnrin U VTkJil(a huS aaJ Lean CotnfBjj
Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur
ance and Make Collections.
TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTS
Roov,-oTcRKEArxErxr.nroojx.K(rt VK'TIITA, KAS.
C. A. GATES,
Real Estate Agent,
k --iifivz- st
CHOICE IMPROVED AND UNIMPOVED
And City Property of all kinds for sale
' or rent.
Manaractsren of Calrsalseil IroaOeaataakTm
lhfceMeMalayewaal k an
Oflkvoanortlialdeor DoocUs aTemse. aseoaa) loa
rmt ot Market stmet. over raOva Oraenty, tttrJ
oeor to teas Mt, (pttaira.
GrziasixjiinrMrn.'KMM t,? h .is f-.z!z'
S. W. COOPER,
J. P. ALLEN,
Everything Kept in a First-Class
Conservatory of Mdsic
DKT GOODS at COST
Having decidd to retire from buaioene, I offer at coet whole
sale or retail my entire stock of
New Dry Goods, Notions, etc
Or will trade same for City Property or good farming lands
will offer special inducements to any person wishing to engage in
bnstness, with lease on the best store in the city.
.rOBUST Q- AT.TiBlNr.
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they arc cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and large brick
School house in connection. Fur further in
formation call at 6 1 1 S Market st.
MONEY TO LOAN
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
ALSTD PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST-:-BATES! V NO -J-DELAYS!
L. B. BUNNELL & CO.
trrx ASDnJsrrcz- is Af-rajfTxcm. mr. (rr rrmai.T wgktu ves-rcrr nxm'st
GARDEN CITY. ----- KANSAS.
tTA .SAJAfet.f)rWCTR. eEaTt7JIKmIT3.tBKAfei(.T3Xrtr?r,lCl,
THE ARCHER ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO.
f.er.n.rf tadttmlm inOm
ARCHER ELECTRIC BELT, tlie fisest Electric Appliance In the Market
arte ltm,tm east ae ealsr ktwki m VHntm waaaeavwa. aMf lei srsssai
eas. TTLI J I " ! -- tT--t- - SeMa ssai agwar Waap a
Wholesale Groeer Company
Jobbers of Grocerfe and Groosra'
FIXTURES, SHOW CASES, SCALES. ETCH
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