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HAST WOD TEARS.
St. LouU Pay Express and Mall O.lOa.m.
St. Louis Klsbt Express and Mall 3t)p.m.
Kansas Cttj Day Express and Mail 9 10 a. in.
Kansas City Kight Express aud Mall 3i) p. m.
Freight and Accommodation 'LJ.-UO in.
WEST EOUJD TUAIS.
St. Louis Pay Express and 31all 7.p. m.
St. Loui-, NUiht Exprcw and Mall S..r a. m.
Kansas City Day Kxpress and Mail 7rj p. m.
Kamad Cit Xfeht Express and Mail 3.33 a. in.
Freight and Accommodation 12.15 p.m.
'Daily, t Dally except .Sunday.
Wichita X Colorado.
Mt. Hope Accommodation 1.-00 r-m.
Mt. nope Accommodation "SJia. m.
tDally except Sunday.
s. r. K. K
.. -15.jp. m.
..11:11 a. m.
.. 0 15 a. in.
Goins North, Passenger
Going North, Accommodation
Going South. Pa-s.-enger
Goius South. Pashencer
i.r p. m.
Going South. Accommodation 20 p. in.
Golii North. Passenger SIC p. in.
Going North, Accommodation 1!ij0iii.
Going South, Passenger 9.35 a.m.
Going South, Accommodation 2.3) p. m.
Going North, Pa-cnger 8:251. m.
Going South, Pa!enger 7:15 p. m.
Wichita A Western.
4 40 p.m.
11:55 a. in.
Xo. 2, .Mall and Express.
No. 4, Etpre-
No. 1 Mail and Express 9.33 a. in.
No. S, Express C 10 p.m.
Wav Freight 210 p.m.
bt: Louis A Sail Francisco.
Going West, Passenger GJOa. m.
Going West, Passenger 5:50 p.m.
Going West. Freight 1203 p in.
Going Eat, Pacsenger S-Sa.m.
Going East. P.iMsengcr 9:20 p.m.
Going East, Friight 1020 p.m.
Going East, Freight 8-0ua.ni.
Attorney at Law, Xo. 12-1 N. Main st., opposite
rioxtofllcel Commercial correspondence a specialty.
Will practice in state and Federal courts.
J. m. balderson.
Attorney at Law, Wichita, Sedgwick county, Kan.
Onlcf in Centennial Block. dlfrltr
J. R. SITES.
Attornev at Law. Onice 117 E Douglas aenue.
with Angfo American Loan and lnestment Co.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
Attornei s at-Law. Onice In the Eagle RIocl:. ocr
Ilovoy &0o Drv Good-, store. 72 JOtf.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attornev at Law. Otllce, No. 124 N Main street, up
stair, ncit to po-tofllce. Wichita. Kansas. dJlwljtf
II. C. SL.USS. W. K. STAMJ.V.
Attornes at Law. Wichita. iansa.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at Law. OH'ce first door north of V. S.
Land ofiice in Commercial lliock, Wichita, Kansas.
ijpeciJl ottention gien to all kinds of business con
iiectcii u ith the Cnlted States Irnd ofllce.
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attonie- - at Law. IZacI"' HIocW. Wichita, Kansas.
K. C. IlfCGliS. K. H. 1.0a
RUGGLES & ROYS
Attornevs nt-Law. Olllce o er No. lJs Main street,
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attornev ,it Law. Will practice li all Kan-as
courts. Collections a specialty. Olllce oer Smith a.
itoer s, Douglas atomic, Wichita, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL.
.Attornej at Law anil collection agent. "o. 15 Mai!
street. Wichita. Kans.is.
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorney at-Law and Heal Estate Agent. Oille
opix'isltc Mashattan hotel, room 3.
H. E. CORN.
Attorney at Law. Of.lce over 122 DougLas at enue.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorntv at Law. Ofllce oyer Ilydo A. HumMe's
Bookstore. 114 Main street, upstairs, Wichita. Kan.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney at-Law, Wooduian'3 Bank building. 113
Mains treu t.
gTw. coixno. nobi- nr ji. rivrr.
Attornr s at Law. Will practice lu state and f eJ
cral courts. Ofllce In Temple block. Jlaiu street, soc
ond sudrway north of post ofllce, Wichita, Kansas.
fa. w . AUAUs.
OfcO. W. ADAMs.
ADAMS & ADAMS.
Attorneys at Law. Will practice In state and fed
cral courts. Ofilcu In Eaglu block. Wichita, Kansas.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attorney at Law. Room No. S, U. S3. Land Otllce
building. Wichita. Xan.
Ollice in Temple Block, Wichita.
n. a. s vMcrnr. ' ". c ".tiieli-
SAN KEY & CAMPBELL.
Lawyers. Wichita, KaiLso. Ofllce southwest cor
cer Market street and Uouglas ate.
. A. R. MU SELLER.
Attorney at Law. Ofllce oter Shatt's Music store,
opposite postoftlec, German spoken. Wichita, Kan.
GEO. W. CLEMENT, JR.
Attornev at-Law Ofilco 1 U Main street. Kansas
National Ilauk building, Wichita, Kan.
Ofllce 'i 17 East Dough .it e. llcsidLiico- 1j N oi th
J. M. HOSKINS, M. D
Phtslclan and surgeon. OWcv In Hi-twin bl wt,
corner Pourth and Douglas it omie otcr Saia s drug
htorv, ofnee hours, fa to 11a. m. lfo4p. m i.nd at
G. M. BIBBEE, M. b
Office and residencv, 311 Douglas at enue. south side,
Rarucs block. oter Derby's lmpiement store, Wichita.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
Homaipathist. Of.L-e with Dr. P.. Mathews, Main
street, second stairway north of post.iflUv. Itii
denco. 1017 Nnrtli 1 ourtii street, neir Ciilou dejvut,
Wichita, Kausas. Telei hone No. Ill
, DR. J. J. STONER.
Ilomovpathlst. 'OClee opjslto ixxstonico. lto-1
tience, (BS North Main strwt, Wichita, Katsj.s. lele
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Pht siclniis and burgeons. Otllce Deam block, oppo
site bcculcntal hotel. Residence, 737 Water strett,
corner Oak street.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Tht sician and Surgeon. OKSco aud residence 4iii
Douglis at enue. New- aud eftectual treatment of
hemorrhoids, and diseases of t omau a specialty.
DRS. McCOYtSt PURDY.
Onice 117 Main street, over lleclit .t Sons' store,
Wichita. Kan. Telephone at residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon. Ofiici oter Fuller .v Son's
J. iirLTON ; am, x. .
. E. WELCH, M. I
-DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Ofllce 22 Doujlas at enu- Wichita, Kansas, where
they mat bo fourd at .ill hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN.
Pht tcia:is aud Surceon.-. Onice on w e-t lde of
JIain street, first stairttaj south of ilnsonic building.
Telephone io A. D. T.
PtajiMcinn and Surgeon. Office at D. G.TenVs drug
store. s Kost Douglas at enue.
I. H. MATTING LY.
Physician. OSice ot.er London Tallor, No. 133 N
JIilu street. "
L S. ORDWAY, M. D.
XIoinonathlst. office comer Douglas iuid Law
ence ayenuen. rocjnis 1 and 5; telephowe 133.
MRS. SELINA H. MILLER.
HomowpHthic Phtsiclan, ciraer Kit er street and
Central at enue.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the Eye, Ear, N"or-e an
Throat. Catarrh and fitting gla? sos. Office southwest
comer Douglas and Uarkut. up stairs, Wichita, Kars.
DR. E. M. CONKLIN.
Office over Stewart'a drr atr. carar
Seccnd street. DtoakMa f woman. Ub. raaaral
priyat Jass. mcla inulMi aa4 all irai dat
cmm. uaaoMfollr trasMd. OSa kours to lia a.
m. 1 to S and iMto S p. m.
llomwopathist. General practice, chronic diseases,
and diseases of female. Telephone No. 105.
Ofllce and residence over htcel & Son's hardware
store, 117 X Main street, Wichita, Ua.
Office hours, S to 10 a. m to 4 '. m., and at nlirht.
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Physician and Surgeon. Will continue his profes
sion In all its branches Consultation free. Ofllte
hours S a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to S p. n. Ofllce Douglas
.a enue house. 8
D. W. SMITH.
Eagle building, Douglas avenue. Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Sunreon DentM. Teeth exracted without pain.
Best set artificial teeth, SS.50. Office 217 East Douglas
aenue. Wichita, Kan.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the po-itoffice. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L. DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentist-. Ofllce over Karnes & Son's drug store.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano, Organ au'J Theory. 42! North 3Iar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Tuner and P.epairer. P.efer -
ences. Catherine Itiis-ell and Thomas fehair & Co. All
pianos tunte by the ate ej stem the only method
inai in tune jour piano pen eci aim maKe it sounu
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
Thomas Shaw & Co , music dealers. Main street.
. W. r.USII. J. M. OILZa.
RUSH & GILES.
Architects and Superintendents. Oflice in Green &
Haj o building, ovei 123 West Douglas a e.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and saerintendent. Plans and specifica
tions for all clas-es of buildings. OAke o er Hyde's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architects and Superintendents. OKice in Rojs
bl.ck. Wichita, Kan.
W. T. rKOCDFOOT. g. v. Eir.D.
Architects and Superintendents. Office in Eagle
The Photographer. Pictures In all sizes and stjlcs.
He al-o carries tho finest assortment of uieture
aiffineamples!0' t,Uehi,na 'rid ra antl -
B. S. GARRISON.
Justice of tho P. ire. Otllce with Woodcock &
Dorse, in Dorey building.
To Cct Hid of the l'llcs.
To us, in extremity, drifted a newspaper
scrap w hich was neither oilicial nor judicial.
Somebody picked it up somewhere. A
drowning man would have caught at it, as
did we, had it bobbed at him from the crest
of a wave. It was not qutfo oxplicit in tha
directions it conveyed, but wo sot at the
meaning of tho exvract and put it into
practice as follows: "Wo had Persian insect
powder in the Iiousj, also tho implement, ic
shapo like a big hunting watch, with a small
pit,o let into one side, with w hich wo had
projected the yellow dust into corners
w hero might lui ic the eggs or pupa? of moths.
This wee hargod to tho muzzle. That night
kitchen aud diuing-ioom wero (.'eared of
such fcinall ai tides as would have to bj
i washod if the powder fell on them; windows
and doors wero made fast, and an oporator,
standing in tbe middle of the floor, worked
tho spring-top of the rounded caso that ex
pelled the powder, throwing it upward at
an angle or forty-livo degrees toward ove-.y
corner and side of tho apartment. We
uso 1 t I'osf ill in each i oom, then half as
must. a each succeeding occasion. The
rooms ? ere not entered again until morn
ing. Cook declared that she swept up ''a full
pint of the httlo bastos." The waitress did
not meusura her trophies, but reported that
floor and furniture w ero strewn with bodies.
It was a miniature edition of tho destruc-
tion of Sennacherib by an unseen agonfc. '
To mako sure that our foes wore like his I
army, all dead corpses, wo consigned them
witiiout delay to the crematory.
This was done Saturday night, and in-
eflable peaco reigned over oil- Sunday
Towards evening tho vanquished leaders
sent in scouts, iv in number and wary, to
reconnoitre the battlefield. A repetition of
tho experiment of the preceding evening
lottnot ono to cany tho tale.
If I hao told it lightly it is because the
inSictioj. was not grievous and the deliver
auco welcome beyond expression. Since
then we havo held our own successful! in
the height of lly-tinia." In very hoi
weather tho powder is used every nigtt foi
a w eek or tw o at a timo. In oi dinary cir
cunistances, and by observing common pre
caution in tho matter of screen doors and
darkened rooms, twice or throo times a
week suflices to keep tho promises clear
While the reniody leaves no trace of its ro
cent presence to sight or smell after tho
floor is swept aud tho furnituro dusted, we
bate not thought it prudent to use it in bod
chamberA But wo have learned that
kitchen and dining-room aro tho enemy's
headquarters, and that heroic measures
hero cut off supplies from tho upper part of
Uio hous.-Jdariou Harland's Letter.
Tk rolitlcnl Trim cf Mtntetmen.
Th age at which statesmen reach their best j
ronutatian seems to be btwen fifty and l
sixty, though a large number become very
prominent before that tims, Clay, Calhoun,
and Webster jumped into national promi
nenco very early in lift, and Clay was a
member of the senate before he w as thirty.
John Randolph appeared so youn j w hen he
was elected to congres that h was asked his
are when about to tak his oath. He di
dainsd to answer tho question dirtctly, and
referred ths inquirar to his -constituents. I
James G. Blaine has sDmo years to hvo be-
fore hs will bo sixt George F. Edmunds is
fifty-seven, and Arthur was younger than
this when he left tho presidency. Sam Ran
dall is llfty-scvcn; Carlisle looks older than
Randall, but ho is only fifty, and Tom Reed
and Governor Long havo made national icpu
tations at forty-six and forty-seven. There are
fewer men than usual in this hou9 between
thirty and forty, and thcro ara none under
thirty. In many of th houses of tho past
we havo had congressmen in the twenties,
and Galusha A. Grow was only twonty-eight
whan he came hero to represent the district of
old Wilmot, ths man who made tho noted
proviso. ''Carp" in Cleveland Leader.
Th Tt"rk or Tarty Givins.
Tho extent to which tho fashionable New
York housewife depends on the caterer, not
only for food but for nearly everything else
m the way of entertaining, is growing more
and mora noticeable. Theso useful servants
take all the details of the work of party giv-
mg off th? hands of the hostess. They lay t
thc dancing cloth, provide musicians, have i aUe and renned attendants, and every pos
the dancing ordars composed and printed, , stole attention is given to promote tiseir
decorate the rooms, put up the storm awn-;
ing3. number the carriages, provide extra , a
chairs, coat checks, supper and help, and vir- j s
tually give the entertainment. All the lady j
of tho house has to do is to walk down to her j
parlors and receivo Ler guests when they be-
gin to arrive. The cost of all this is very i
much less than one would imasino. and th: '
relief from the din, hubbub and annoyances
Ihat prevail when tho house servants under
take the work is divided. New York Cor.
Estates grow big in Slerico. One on tho
lino o the ifeiican Central, a hacienda, con
tains nearly 2,XX,0CO acres.
Hereafter English scUiora will not b al
lowed to sinoha in tho streets in tho daytime.
MARRIAGE MADE EAST.
FACTS ABOUT THE WAYS OF THE
Retired Army Men Who are Frequent
Cnttomers Easily Taken In and Sorry
Erer After A Series of Questions for
I havo mentioned that tha classification of
matrimonial agencies adopted br tho police is
purely arbitrary. With a few exceptions tho
the first and second class agencies ara equally
unscrupulous, sometimes ara branches of tho
same establishment; always resort to tho
same tricks, and often employ tha same per
sonnel, ths only differenco between them be
ing that the customers of the latter, who gen
erally aro officeholders out of place, retired
5oldiors and provincials, being less well
versed in Parisian wiles, are more easily
gulled than the native of the metropolis. Tho
half -pay officer is especially a victim; he loses
his head at tho first throw of the line, svral
lows the bait at once, and is landed immedi
ately. How, you will readily see. The ap
plicant begins by depositing tho fee, which is
from 100 to 500 francs, according to his own
fortune and his pretentions. Ladies pay
nothing in advance. Then a contract is
1 signed to pav o per cent, on the fortuno of the
i i,,,, ai. ,-un ; , V.,-;Trr. nnrl
"-J.' ui Bcuuau. ..tiw i.uu uuj..u.v, """
these formalities having been complied with,
a sort of catechism is given to him or her, as
tho caso may be, which is to be filled up.
A SEP.IES OF QUESTIONS,
Then comes the series of questions which
you must answer if you mean business: Your
name and surname, address, titles, decora
tions, exact age, place of birth, the state of
your health, your height, appearanco, the
color of your hair, eyes and complexion, your
disposition, your tastes, tho degrooof your in
struction, your accomplishments, if you havo
any, your religion and politics, the nature of
your present employment and its precise an
nual yield. If you havo a private fortune,
hat is its figure? Is it in stock, bonds, mort
gages or real estate, and if the latter, where is
it situated and what is its revenue ? The amount
of your debts, what are they and with whom
have they been contracted? Are your parents
living, and if so, what is their ago, whero do
they reside, and do they know of the step that
you are taking? If deceased, at what age, when
and where? What are or wero tho figures of
their fortune? What was tho origin of your
family, and has it ever been distinguished by
, any great deed, or has it been involved in
I any great scanuax? nave you any goou
family connections, and who aro your farnily
associates- Havo you any brothers or sisters,
and if so, -n hat is their social standing? What
are the best references that you can give?
There are special questions for widov.ers,
widows and divorced persons. How many
childred have you? What is their ago and
situation with respect to yourself? Name of
tho deceased or divorced spousoand what was
his or her profession? If divorced, on what
plea and in what circumstance?.' Was the
divorce granted to you or against you? Then
you must givo your own personal preferences
concerning tho person to bo selected. Birth,
appearance, size, complexion and color, age,
tastes and education. What dowry do you
demand? Do you wish it in cash, in govern
ment scrip, or in real estate? What expecta
tions do you demand? What town or depart
ment do you wish to resido in? Then come
the conditions of tho broker. '-As the nego
tiation of a marriage involves always a cer
tain amount of expense, the husband presents
to us after marriage a turn equal to 5 per
cent, of the wife's dowry to cover our outlay,
and, above all, in order to show his gratitude
for our iutervention."' The concluding para
graph of this formulary is as follows:
'We ha e no do ry less than 50,000 francs
and tho majority of our connection is pro
vincial. We havo correspondents everywhere,
and always select in tho best circles.'
A NUMBER OF LETTERS.
This document, winch is said to havo been
drawn by a person at one timo connected
with tho press, but who gavo up journalism
for the more lucrativo business of matrimo
nial brokery, takes readily with tho inexpe
rienced and relatively impecunious flats, v. ho
see in it a certain semblance of frankness, and
' Pay 0ver their retainer with little hesitation,
from which momeat tho agencv begins to
or doplovirig an its resources to get as
much mon0y 1)OS3iblo out of its client bc-
fore the Iniot is tisd, which is thus managed:
. ,,w f lptt. rfi iracssivclr written
caiuli(late. y0. i telis that a person
likely to suit his conditions has been discov
ered; 2so. 2 announces tho departure of that
person for the country, whither her father or
her uncle took her '-quite unexpectedly;" 2so.
0 gives an account of a lirst interview, and
with it such an enumeration of tho persons
physical and moral attributes that your future
happiness cannot be doubtfuL In No. 4 you
read that Aline, or Mile. X. has had a long
'conversation witli me about you indeed,
you were its unique theme. She looked love
lier than ever as I drow your portrait I
assure you that it was not at all flattered. But
was it that portrait which seems to havo
turned her head? May she not have met you
elsew here, aud since then havo cherished for
you an attachment which she was loth to
avow even to herself? However this may be,
1 know that she loves you."
This passage, w hich is textually reproduced
from thrc dilloreut letters addiessed to three
diilerent individual., k th laafc display of
'gush." .All after correspondence relates
strictly to business, for similar hi;h presume
cannot be kept up. But it is usually a
clincher. Th iheumatie, war-worn warrior
who knows nothing of lift sav what he has
learned during live and twenty years' service
with his regiment, which i absolutory nothing
at all, sees a glimpse of sunlight on th hori
zon of his old a-;e. 1I cheerfully pays tho
expenses of that ''indispensable'' provincial
triD. announced in letter No. 2, sends other
remittances afterward, "because unforeseen
circumstances obhgo us to prolong our stay,
bleeds f rccly so long as the horso leech thinks
it prudent to phlebotomize, and then gees con-
UdcntJy to tbe altar wita ms priceless pearl,
to be uncommonly sorry for it, nine times
out of ton. ever afttr-ards. Parij Cor. New
Tho Cenins lletnrin for Paris.
The census returns for Paris liave just been
issued. The population numbers 2,254.300
ouls, showing the small increase of 14,373
since the last census taken five years ago, in
ISsd. In ten out of the twenty arrondLsse
ments the population has diminished. New
A Hit Surirry for the liable.
Tho city missionary, Miss Gray, has a
dr nurry for tbe babies of women who
work in tha inilK They leave them thdre
early iu tha morning, returning at noon to
nurse them I saw tho little ones clamor
ous with delight at tha meeting. One little
fedow was brought there when ha was but
three wkes old. Tho babies are kept in
pleasant rooms, they hava intelligent, cap-
health and comfort They are taken home
:f. A ery sinall sum l. paid for the
are of ths children, and the nurery is of t
great valu to many poor women. There is j
aLo a sewing schcol unier the same man- '
agetnent, but :n another place, where I saw
about i00 girls, from the families of opera- ,
live;, receiving instruction in sewing from i
a number of the nrst ladies in the aty.
Some of the girls have learned to do plain
sewing in an excellent manner, and wili
iooa he able to make their own gowns.
Manchester (N. ILj Cor. Boston Herald.
A Carrias lor tho Emperor.
A four-vrhaeled carriage has been or
dered for th eaiperor i Chia& from Ea
ropo, vrhu-h is to b used by his: in hit
pkasarc and banting ex'curioos.
01 1 WBBBN MORTGAGE 11 TRUST CO.,
Farm Mortgages, No Delays.
Interest at Lowest Rates.
ACT AS TRUSTEES FOP. CORPORATION'S. CO PAHTXEF.SHIPS, ESTATES AXD rSTjrVTDUALS.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS-
DAVID ROBISON. JR., Peesident, Toledo, Ohio. JAMES J. ROBISOX, Secketast.
OPPICE, 1271 iVE-a-TlN" STEBBT-
Government, Municipal and County Bonis Bought and Sold
CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
ROBISON BROS,, 127 MAIN ST-
The Nicest Lots in the City are in
HIBARGER'S -:- ADDITION,
Eetween Park and Tenth Streets, -west of "Washington Avenue
Prices Low and Terms Easy.
BUNNELL a MOREHOUSE,
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they are cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and large brick
School house in connection. For further in
formation call at 611 S Market st.
MONEY TO LOAN
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST -:- RATES!
W. S. COEBETT. Tresldent.
Wholesale Groeer Company
Jobbers of Groceries and Grocers'
FIXTURES, SHOW CASES, SCALES, ETC.
Nos. 233 and 235 North Main St., WICHITA, KAN.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Mel Mortgages and City Property,
IN SMALL OR LARGE AMOUNTS.
SHOET TIME AT THE LOWEST BATES
Wichita Banking Company and Farmers Banking Co.,
116 "WEST DOUGLAS AVSITUE.
J. r HOLUDAY.
J. R HOLLIDAY 1 CO.,
Succecors to 1IAJOP. . EOLLIDAY. Dealer? in
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave., "vicliita, Kan.
PHILLIPS - & - CRANE, - Real - Mate,
FOSTOFFICE COX 'c :
FOR SALE ! !
Moneyed Men Read This !
We are selling lots in Carey Park at tne extreme low prices cf $225, $250.
$275 and $300 each, the latter are corners The abote prices include side
walks all laid. Terms easy. It has been reported that we were getting $400
and $500 per lot. It is not so. Ever lot in Carey Park will bnng that by next
soring Remember that Carey Park is from i 2 to 14 feet higher than Doug
las avenue. Street cars run the entire length of Carey Park. You are invited
to call and see a plot of Carey Park and get full particulars of
E. & andL. R COLE.
329 Douglas avnu.Oppte Manhattan HotL 79-1 m
V NO -:- DELAYS!
B. BUNNELL & CO.
J. II. BLACK. Secrt tarv and Trtaurtr
b. P. JOHN SOX.
n. j. CE.15X.
Main 14QSt., WICHITA, Kan.
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY
Fine Crackers I Pure Candies.
JOBBERS IN FRUITS, NUTS, ETC.
Agents for "Good Faith", "Scout" and "Success" brands of Cigars.
G00D& SOLD TO DEALERS ONLY. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
The Jewett Farm.
1886. STALLIONS. 18S6.
KANSAS WILKES. W.
KtrileJ l31;eo!or bay; size IS haruls; stnl by Oeorve Wilkes, ,lrws of fortr-Hvt? 21 perforairr: fltl dam
Almont, S3, sin of thirty performers, wconiI dan by Ocn. Lee. tUoroiighbrwl gnuidm of Imperial 3llBooe.
rATCHELV WILKES. 335ft.
For.IeJ 1332: color black; size 15V han, Irtvl by Gtvse Wllke-s 514. slrn of fony Ove 2M ftertarmtr. flrnt
lam by Jlambrino I'awhen, ii, stro of fourteen 3-S) ierforniep, seooiut ! im IJott- Brown (iliai of V-'lltrt
I5oy. 22IH) bJ" ilajnbrlno Patcbcn. 5, third Lani, l'lcUi, by Mambrlno Chief, II.
ERIK WILKES. 3510.
Foaled 1S-G. color hay; size 15 1 2 hands, Iretl br OiMro WHlics, 513, klre of forty fire 23J . rf ormcr. dam
by Confederate Chief, -U3, sire William Arthur, 2 19.
Foaled 1S7T; color brown: size lVf lian 1. slretl by Allie VTvU 3. br Almont. JO; fire: dam by Riirranl
Chitf, 2235, by Jlambrino Chief. 11; second dam lMiv. by old firay Ea;!e (thoroughbred.)
Tho above stallion will itand at SJ3 the nooson. 1th privily of return thr followluff wiwa tf mart)
does not prove -vv lib foal; $10 due at time of ssr lee, aid ba! ne Oetotwr 1st. lJ.
Fo-del 1SG. color black; size 154 Uiud. SIre.1 by Ctiamp Fer?uon. 4H by Alta. 'Hk llrt dam by Standard
Bearer; Mre of Marlowe. 2 13. dam by William Mambrino. the ilsm of Nint-i Clans. 2 11. Tvrmi - $J0 tho
HSt-on. ith pri llee of return Uio follow inj? swn If m iro does not prons In fo it; StO due nt time of f-
Ice, and balance Ottootr 1, 1S.
I also have an Imiorted I'crcheron stallion stand In;; at SIS; juvabte April lit, 1W& if mart- proven Li foal;
If not In fotl, no charge.
For further particulars reyirdln? the above -talllotw address
HENRY C. JEWETT,
Cheney. Sedgwick county, Kan
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.',
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gas Works
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS.
OFFICE X-W COIL 5TH and JlAItKET STS, ST. LOFIS. u 1 r U I TA lAM
OFFICE W COR JIAI.N and DOUGLAS AVE.VCE, " (Un I 1 A, tAIN
C II.TIXK i hOKS, of tu oM MtiWIi-hfl and rrllnMi nurM-rtc-i at Limir. M, would mpttiiUy lutrm
the public that they ha o m.ido arr.tnccmint and will utart a branch wirwry In Wkthltn.
Ako that the am now taking ordpi for tnirMir tvk to 1 auppltml from tlxlr
nurseries at Itniar, Mo . until the can crow tiie stock In thdr branch nur
M.-ry at Wichita, and hoim to nwWi tho ivxtrrmaxe of tho rltlxu
of Wlfhita and N-dtjwIefc county
Mr. F. M. Miller, General Agent, will represent the firm at this place Office
at Commercial Hotel
C, O. DAVIDSON". President. It-S C VTES. Lxamlncr V W MUUN, kWr. Vsi!ica. 71
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL, 300,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Properly.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in the
OFFICE WITH CITIZENS RANK. Nnrthirml I Ufip IJ IT A V I UC k Q
Corner Main StmU and DwuRla. Arnnu.w j I? lull! I M, hnflOnO.
3. D. ALLEN. Noiur I'sltlto.
ALLEN, GRAHAM 1 CO.,
(Swrcavflnpi to WWilta ljs.n-1 owl Jrftli C-rttopmny )
Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur
ance and Make Collections.
TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTS
pigj AVICHITA, JOS.
We carry a full iiae of Spring "Work consisting of
Carrlages; Pbsetons, Jump-Seats, Surrys,
PABK WAGOHS, BUGGIES and BOAD-CAP.TS.
We have a great variety of styles
kelly, Alexander i bahn, -
123 MAUKST STSHETT.
J. F Reese & IVEcBee,
Beal Estate Loans
.A.T LOWEST BATES.
Hue? Alnii BEafiy as Sen a. Papers aie MM
Call on as and get rates at 218 B Douglas Avenue, Wichita. Kitmiiitai
THE TINLAY ROSS
iffltore -:-and -:- Ds
LARGEST 3TAIlLlSaDiET IX THE STATE FOB
Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
Window Shades, Shade
Baby Carriages, etc .
OSS BLOCK. Opjxwite th rotom-.
i:y a&u l.i ai.vi iiiui.
O. W ftKtUAM
and will make prices to suit the
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