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R. R. TIME TABLES.
St. ., Ft. S. . W. K. R.
EAST BOOT) TBAKS.
Depart . .
St. Louis Dav Express and Mall 910 a.m.
St. Louis Night Express and Mall S300 p. m.
Kansas City Day Express and Mall 9.10a.m.
Kansas City Night Express and Mall 8:00 p. m.
Freight and Accommodation tl2-00 m.
WEST BOUXD TfcALNS.
Depart
St Louis Day Express and Mall 7JKp.in.
SU Louis Night Express and Mall 8.35a.m.
Kansas City Day Express and Mail .75 p. m.
Kansas City Night Express and Mail $3j a. m.
freight and Accommodation 12 45 p.m.
Dally, t Dally except Sunday.
Wichita A. Colorado.
Depart
Tit. Hope Accommodation l-00p. m.
ArriTe
Mt. Hope Accommodation S4.a. m.
Daily except Sunday.
A., T. S. F. K. K.
Arrives.
... 455 p.m.
...11 lri a. in.
... 915a. m.
....7 45 p.m.
.. 20p. m.
Leaves.
... 5B p. m.
...U-OOm.
.. 9.33 a.m.
... 2-TOn. m.
. . 825 a. m.
... 7.45p.m.
Going North, Passenger
'Going North, Accommodation .
3oing South. Passenger.
Going South. Passenger
Going South. Accommodation .
Going North, Passenger
Going North, Accommodation.
Going South, Passenger
Going South, Accommodation .
-Going North, Passenger
Uolng South, Passenger.
Wichita A, Western.
Arrives.
833 a. in.
.... 4 40p.m.
....1155 a. m.
! es.
.... 9ira.m.
fill) p.m.
.... 2 10 p.m.
No. 2, Mall and Express
No. 4, Express
Way Freight
No. 1 Mall and Express..
No. 3, Express
Way Freight
St. Louis A. San Francisco.
Lcaes.
Going West. Passenger J"-
Going West, Passenger ,5,-P-m-
Going West. Freight '
Going East, Passenger 2"S?-IH'
Going East. Passenger ,?,E '
Going Eat. Freight 32 P
Going East, Freight 800a.m.
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW.
'TTvC1S15RioN7
Attorney at-Law, Wichita. Sedgwick county, Kan.
.nm In f vntonnl.il Itlnck. ul$u
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at-Law. Ofllco 117 E Douglas avenue,
with Anglo American Loan and Investment Co.
mMFQ A MONTAGUE.
Attornevs at-Law. Office in the Eagle Block over
noey & Co'b Dry Goods More. '- ""
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attorneys at-Law. No. 123 N. Main St.. opposite
wostofflce. Commercial collections a special!.
"Will practice In state and Federal courts.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attorney at-Law. Office. Np. 134 N Main street, up
stairs, next to itofflce. Wichita. Kansas. dJ0w!2tf
Tt r ST.CSS W.E. STANLEY.
SLUSS& STANLEY.
Attornes at Taw. Wichita. Kansas.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at-Law. Office first door north of U. S.
Ludofflob in Commercial Block. Wichita, Kansas.
bSSlalottentlonKiveiitoall kinds of business con-
aecicu mi um mmvu owwi -- ---
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attorneys at-Law. Eagle Block. Wichita. Kansas.
r i-cooles k. u. ros.
RUGGLES & ROYS.
Attorned at Law. Office o er No. 133 Main street,
Wlclilt.i. lC.tns.is.
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney at-I-iw. Will practice in all Kansas
-courtB. Collections a spcclitt. Office oer Smith
Sloicr'fi, Dougl LS.tcpue. Wichita, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL
Attorntv at Law and collection agent. No 14 Main
etm.t, wictma. Kansas.
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorney at Law and Ileal Estate Agent. Office
opposite Manliatt.ui hotel, loom 9.
H. E. CORN.
Attorney at Law. Office o or 1 Douglas a enne.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney at Liw. Office oer Hjilc- & numblo's
Book store. Ill Main htreet, un stairs, Wichiu, Kan.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney atrLaw. Woodman's Bank building, 1
Main Mreet. .
O.W.COLUNOS. KOHIHTM.riTT.
C0LLINGS& PLATT.
AttorncjsatLaw. Will practice In state and fed
eral leo.frtl Office In Temple block Miln street, see
ond M.aira north of post office. Ichita. Kans.ts.
8.". LMS. ..... i"-0- ADV,,S-
ADAMS & ADAMS.
Attorneys at Law. Will practice In state and fed
pal courti Office In E wle block. Wichita, Kansas.
eral
HARRIS, HARRIS &. VERMILLION.
Attornps.atLaw, Commcrelal block, Wichita,
Kansas.
0. D. KIRK.
Attorney at Law. Room No. 3, U. S. Land Office
bulliline. Wlclilt i. Kan
W. S. MORRIS.
Attorney at Law . Office In Tcmjilo Block. WIcliita,
'Cans is.
n a cisrn I. r. CVMPtEI.
SAN KEY & CAMPBELL.
Lawyers. Wichita, Kansas. Offlco southwest cor
ner Market street and Douglas a e.
GEO. VV. CLEMENT, JR.
Attorney at Law. Office l"l Main btreet. Kansas
Os'aUoual Bank building, Wichita, Kau.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Phslclan and Surgeon. Will continue his profes
sion hi all Its brandies. Coiisuluition free. Office
liours-S a. m., 2 to 4 anil 7 to b p. in. Offlce-No. 11 . s
Lawrence nwiue; at night, room . Hellar Mock, ii
.Main htreeL "
W. H WELLS,
I'hvslcitn and Surgeon. Office-Coi
and Douglas aes; Elliott block, room 8.
'office night and d iv. Wichita Kansas.
Law rence
t ill Iks at
90
; P. D. St. JOHN, M. D
F Office217 East 1)ourI av e. Bc-idcnce- Mlf Noi th
Main stroe t.
J-
I. M. HOSKINS, M. D
iiit.t-im nii.l Mircvon. Offico lit Ilartwln block.
-conn r Fourth and Douglas aonuo ovet Sams drug
.store. Office hours. 6 to 11 a. m , 1 to 1 p. iu , i.nd at
mi.ht. dTtrlm
might.
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
Office and residence. Sll Douclas avenue, outh side,
Barne' block. o-.er Derb 's Implement store, Wichita.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
HnmoepathUt. Office with Dr. H. Mathews, Main
street, Mt'ond stairway north of po-tonke. ltesi
denee. 1017 North 1'ourUi stieet, near Union deitot,
Wichita. Kaii-as. lelcplione No. 111.
DR. J. J. STONER.
Ilontwpathl-t. Office opK)slto postoffice. BesI
'Jeuee, Kii North Main btreet, Wichita, aa. Tele--phono
113.
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Physicians and Surreois. Office Desm b'ock, oppo
-6ltG Occidental hotol. Ik -Hence. 737 Water street,
-corner Oak street.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Phjslclan and Surgeon. Offico and residence 1W
.Douglas avenue. New and effectual treatment of
"hemorrhoids, and diseases of woman a sicelalt.
DRS. McCOY&PURDY.
-Office 147 Main street, over Rrcht & Sous' store,
"Wichita, Kan. Tolejthonc at residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon. Office over Fuller Son"'
Grocery.
J. JIILTON WELCH. M. D.
r.T- WLLCII. M. D
DRS. WELCH & WFLCH.
Office 224 Douglas avenue, Wichita. li:as. where
they may be found at all hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN.
Phjslcians and Surgeons. Oaice on wct Mde of
"Main stnvt, first stalrw ay south of Macule bullulng.
T elcphone to A. D. T.
PALMER C. JAY.
Piiyslcian and Surgeon. Office at D. G. Terr s drug
stou, ilb East Douglas a euuo.
I H MATTING LY.
Phjslelan. Office over London Tailors, No. 153 N
Msiu -tret t.
L. S. ORDWAY, M. D.
HoTMwpathist. Office corner Douglas and Law
rence av cnues, rooms 1 and 3, tclephoue 133.
MRS. SEL1NA H. MILLER.
"Honuwpathic Physician, corner River ttreet and
Ontral av enue.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the Ere, Ear. Now and
Throat. Catarrh and tlKine glasses. Office southwest
tfornw Douglas and Market, up stairs. Wichita, Kans.
PHYSICIANS.
W. M.JOHNSON,
Homoeopathlst. General practice, chronic diseases,
and diseases of females. Telephone No. 106.
Office and residence over Steel & Son's hardware
store, 117 N Main street, Wichita, Kan.
Office hours, 8 to 10 a. m to 4 p. in., and at night.
a3t-tr
DENTISTS.
D W. SMITH.
Dentist. Eagle building. Douglas avenue. Wichita,
Kansas. .
McKEE& PATTEN
avenue, wicnua, i
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the postoffloe. Teeth extracted
without pain.
DRS W. L DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentists Office over Barnes Son's drugstore,
Centennial Block. Wichita.
MUSIC TEACHERS.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Theory, 422 North Mar
ket street
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Tuner and Repairer. Refer
ences, Catherine Russell and Thomas Shaw & Co. All
pianos tunee by the wave system the only method
that will tune j our piano perfect and make it sound
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
Thomas Shaw Co , music dealers, Malnstreet.
ARCHITECTS.
ARCHITECT.
SUTEMMk.N DENT.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerl of Boston and Chicago, has ojiened an
office in the Opera House, corner of Maiket and
First streets. 97 m
A. 'W. RUSH.
J. M. GILES.
RUSH & GILES.
Architects and Superintendents. Offlco In Green &
Hay's building, over 125 West Douglas ave.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superintendent. Plans and specifica
tions for all classes of buildings. Office over Iljde's
book store.
TERRY &DUMONT.
ArchitecLs and Superintendents. Office In Roys'
block. Wichita, Kan.
W. T. r-ROUDfOOT. O. w- BIRD.
PR0UDF00T&. BIRD.
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Eagle
block.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
Veterinary Surgeon; graduate of Philadelphia Vet
erinary College of '7X Proprietor of Horses Home,
opposite G. A. R. building. 1st, st. Telephone 172. d9i
RODGERS,
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and styles.
Ho also carries the finest assortment of picture
frames In the city. Give him a friendly call and ex
amine samples.
B. S. GARRISON.
Justice of the Pace. Office with Woodcock &
Dorsey, in Dorsey building.
MRS. ELLEN DEVOL,
Professional Nurse. Oo. 207 Ohio ave, eor. E First
street and Ohio ave. References given. 94 1m
OLD SOUTHERNiSMS.
Quaint Sayings in South Carolina.
Some years ago Iiiclisrd Grant White
wrote a delightfully interesting book
on Aicricai'.ns. tie might well have
divided the subject into two parts
Yankecisins and Southerr.isms.
Absolut? ccneutness in pronuncia
tion or in the formation of sentences is
a most diilicult accomplishment, and
few there be, either ioith or South,
who have reached such a degree of
perfection that no exceptions can bo
taken by " caiping critics" to their ut
terances. Iu the matter of pronunciation the
times are changing.and one can scarcely
keep pace with the innovations being
introduced by tho leading orthoepists.
The purpose of this paper is, how
ever, to present, in a succinct way, a
few of the quaintnesses of pronuncia
tion and construction held to by the
Southern people as a class.
Among thiSvi tho first that comes to
mind is the custom of omitting tho
last two iettei'3 of such words as "more,"
'store," "four," which are pro
nounced "mo," "sto,"and "fa"
"What o'clock is it?" you ask tho
Carol' iau, and ten to one he tells you
it is " h:f-ps' fo', " if that happens to
be the hour.
Another common Sonthemism is tho
use of "like as if," or " like" for the
word. "as if."
" She looked like she know me," is a
common expression, or, "she looked
like as if she'd die." This is very com
mon in Washington, and in all tho
States South of Mason and Dixon's
line.
The word "funny" is frequently used
instead of strange, and sometimes with
startling ebtt.
A young Southern girl was visiting
us once, and a caller was telling of the
death of her mother through swallow
ing a iishbone.
"Oh! wasn't it funny?" exclaimed
our visitor, at tho close of the narra
tive. "I think you mean strange," said
tho caller, as soon as she lecovcred
from tho astonishment. Our girl
friend has never used the word "funny"
since.
If you happen to hear anybody say "rye
cheer" you may know it is intended to
mean ""right here." For instance:
A South Carolinian will say, "Where
was he at last night?" and his fellow
cimoa will say, "He daid ryo cheei
with me."
Djear pronounced in one syllable
is not a Eussian woid, as might be sup
posed ; it means "Do you hear?" and
is usuallv addressed to Servants in this
form: ""You Jim! Bring in that wood,
d jeai 5"
"To get io go" is essentially a Geor
gia exp ession. They say:
"Do don't fail to come to-night,"
and the leply is: "IVo tried to get to
go three weeks now, so I reckon I'll be
there t'n'ght."
Th- rvjm ,sioa "Do don't" is heard
in Ovrii and Soxith Carolina, but
rard. i-'"here.
Oiio of the most laughable things you
over hoard i". the peculiar pronuncia
tion of the worl " about." at is impos
sible to express the South Carolinian"
pronunciation phonetically. It sounds
like abaout pronounced very quickly
in three syllables.
"Quare," for "queer," is aiother
word. The use of "reckon" for " pre
sumo" is said to have been derived
from tho Yankees, as was the expres
sion "right smart" for the wcrd
"much."
In imitation of the English, perhaps
is tho custom of saying "I've get it ' foi
" I have it;" and the general use of tho
woid " got" where it is quio unneces
sary. Also English is the u?e of "oblir''
as " I'm obliged to do it," for " I ui?t
do it;" "he is obliged to go" for "he
must go."
Ambiguity of expression is too prev
alent in Dixie, and too many people
sacrifice sense for sound.
Low-country people and the residents
of middle South Carolina say "gee
arden"for "gardtn,' "gee-yard ' for
"guard," with the hard sound of " g."
So, too, with such words as -can!,"
"car." and " cart," into which is iutio
duced the sound of "kee." to take the
pico of the first cor.scnant, thus: "Kce-
orA " "lr-ar.",4ee-rt.
The use of delightful for delicious in
such a sentence as: "The ice cream is
delightful," is very common.
" Pretty" is a- word very often mis
used, for 'instance: " Isn't this a pretty
ayjand this error i3 a very general
one.
North Carolinians say the scenery is
"pretty" meaning picturesque; the
day is "pretty" meaningfine, and that
a person's manners are "pretty" mean
ing well-bred.
"You all," or, as it should be abbre
viated "y'll," is one of the mest ridic
ulous of all the Sonthornisms I can call
to mind. It usually means two or more
persons, but is sometimes used when
only one person is meant.
For instance, a caller, on taking her
departure,says: " Y 11 must come to see
us." She means the lady upon whom
she is calling and her husband inay
call. Dixie.
Goldcu-Mouthed Cattle.
Zeigler, of tho meat market on South
C street, killed a Bteer the other day
whose teeth were completely incrusted
with gold and silver bullion.
The animal came from a ranch on
Carson Eiver, and the precious metal
on the enamel of the teeth doubtless
accumulated from drinking the v nter
of the river, which is impregnate 1 with
the tailings from the mills reducing
Comstock ores.
This circumstance is not new, how
ever, as Sam Davis mentioned r,cn.e
thing similar before in the Caion Ap
peal. Most of the cattle along the river
have their teeth afflicted in the s.ime
way.
Their owners might scrape off quite a
revenue from them if they had any
financial sense. Virginia City (Nev.)
Enterprise.
Grate acainst J-'mlurance.
The town gill can ride a horse with
moie grace than her couutry cousin,
but the latter can stay in the saddle
longer. Marietta (Ga.) Journal.
APPETIZERS.
Ills Preference.
A-kansaw backwoods school teacher
(to boy): "Did you want to come to
school?"
Boy: " Wan't hurtin' ter come."
Teacher: " But you thought it better
to get an education, eh?"
Boy: "Didn't think ernuffuv it ter
iiurt me?"
Teacher: "Then why did you
come?"
Boy: " Wall, dad he said I had ter
plow ther new groun' with er bull
tongue er go ter school, it didn't
matter er blame which, so I come
ter school, thinking I'd try it er few
falls."
Teacher: " How do you like it as far
as you've got?"
Boy: "Ain't dead in love with it."
Teacher: " Here, take this book now
and let mo teach you your letters. "
Boy: "Ain't got no letters. Sis is
ther only one on ther place that gits
any letters."
Teacher: " I mean that you must
learn the alphabet."
Boy (contemptuously) : " Whut, all
them marks?"
Teacher: "Yes."
Boy (taking up his hat): "Wall, er
good-bye. I'd ruther rassle with ther
bull tongue." Arkansaw Traveler.
Tictics but Not Tactic.
Mr. Webster used to tell a story at
the expense of Peter Little, who had in
early life repaired clocks and watches,
but who had for some years represented
a Maryland district in the House.
Onoday he had the temerity to move
to amenA a resolution by John Ran
dolph on the subject of military
claims.
Mr. Eandolph rose up after tho
amendment had been offered, and,
drawing his watch from his fob, asked
the honorable Peter what o'clock it
was. He told him.
" Sir," replied tho orator, " you can
mend my watch, but not my motions.
You understand tictics, sir, but not
tactics."
Little Gcorgo on tho Alert.
The Guntersons are a large family
and given to hospitality, and the chil
dren know what it is to bo turned out
of their rooms and places at table to
accommodate a sudden housefull of
guests.
Two friends of the Spiritualist de
nomination were calling there one day,
and mentioned to the head of the
family that the following Sunday the
spirit of Theodore Parker would bo
in tcv.-n, and would spend the night at
his house.
Much-enduring little George, sitting
at hHfather's knee, hereupon whispered
loud enough for all to hear: " He can't
have my bed." llarpei's Bazar.
Bob: " Have you sold your humor
ous article to any newspaper yet ?"'
Sam: "I've shown it to several edi
tors, but none of them have bought
it."
Bob: "Perhaps they don't think it
funny enough."
Sam: "Oh, yes they do, for they all
laughed. "Texas Siftings.
Kill or Curo Remedy.
Customer, in the last stages of bron
chitis: "Givo mo some rum and gum for
this horrible cough."
Polite bar-tender: " Try our super
fine rock and rye, and it will be ended
in twenty-four houra."
Customer, gasping: " If it's as fatal
as that, I'd rather not"
Natural Pride.
Mrs. Pry: " Those Watkinses must ba
awfullv poor people."
Mr. P.: "Why? How so?"
Mrs. Pry: " They never give a beggar
anvthing never!"
Mr. P.: "Do you?"
Mrs. Pry: "Xo ; but it isn't becausa
Ihaven't plenty."
Sweeping: Satisfaction-.
"What evidence have you that jwu
are a C hristian ?" said Mr. Spurgeon to
a working-girl.
"I now sweep under tho mat,"sho
replied.
" That," said the great preacher, "ja
sufficient" Tid-Bits.
Great Capitalist.
A tramp who was nit hng his clothes
remarked to a passer-iy taat he was
0:4 gtd to spend a great deal of nine in
looking afttr is rents.
The Fitess o! Thins.
Yes, my child, Wedding?day vras put
imnt-diatelv after Chooseday on purpose.
v jijitoa i'-t.
RIAL ESTATE' INVESTMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT THE
Old Keliable House
. N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
WICHITA,
0"F-
XAUSAS.
LOOK
The Boom
THE
Wichita V
2 1-2, 5 and 10 Acre Lots.
ON WASHINGTON AVENUE, NORTH OF THE CITY-
They will open at a low
fast. You cannot aiiora to lose uns
opportunity.
For information apply to the principal real estate dealers or to
88-12t
0. B. STOCKER,
DEALER IX
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Mantels, E I Fire Clay,
N E
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Grates, R S Fire Brick,
MAKBLE- DUST,-WHITE : SAXIV LATH
Lime, Hair, New York and Michigan Plaster.
Louisville and
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AUDandOKFlCE On Water Stnvt. Ixitwwn
mm rim Mint-
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5sr? "v t"f"-,' sj
J. F. Reese & IvIcBee,
Real Estate Loans
j&fF LOWEST IR,.TSi
Money Always toady as Soon as Papers are Perfected.
Call on us and get rates at 218 E Douglas Avenue. "Wichita, Kunsas.
AKvttt
FOR SALE ' !
Moneyed Men Read This !
We are selling lots in Carey Park at the extreme Jo prices of $225 $250.
$275 and $300 each, the latter axe corners The abce prices inc'ude s de
walks all laid Terms easy It hasbeen reported that we wcie gett $4
and $500 per lot. It is not so. Every lot m Carey ParV will brmZ that ty 'ci
spring. Remember that Carey Park is from 12 to 14 feet higher than Ds-g-ias
avenue. Street cars run the entire length of Carey Park You arc i"v eJ
to call and see a plot of Carey Park and get full part.culars of
B. 6. and LR COLE.
329 Douglas avenue. Opposite Manhattan Hotel. 9-ln
HENRY SfTrvEnTE.
WICHITA lit
Will deliver ICE to any part of the City
Order by mall or give orders to drivers of our wagons.
OUT!
Is Coming.
Gardens
price, and then go up
ASHBEL WELCH,
EAGLE BLOCK, WICHITA, KAN".
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Portland Cement.
Dottgla Avcmm
Wichita, Kansas
GLOBE -:- IRON -:- WORKS,
Founders and Machinists
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