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R. B. TIME TABLES.
St. L., Ft. S. A. "W. K. R.
EAST BOUND TttAINS,
St. Louis Day Express and Mall ....Y 0.10 a.m.
St Louis Night Express and Mall.-. "8-OOD.m.
Kansas City Day Express and Haw 9 10 a. m.
Kansas City Night Express anJf, && p. m.
iTelght and Accommoday(55 12300 m.
St. LoMT--nK and Mall 7J25D.m.
onto Night Express and Mall IIJB a. m.
.r-ifr Hit Emmis una Mall .7iSD. m.
Kansas City Night Express and Mall S.35 a. m.
Freight and Accommodation 12 45 p.m.
r rensui, u Dally. Dally exceot Sunday.
("Accommodation tlflOp. m.
.Accommodation S 13a.m.
tualiy except annaaj.
A., T. A. S. T. It. R.
t North, Passenger 455 p.m.
'Knrlh Atvrnnmmlutinil 11.15 a. ta.
r South, Passenger S1 m-
South, Passenger ii5pal-
South, Accommodation 2)p.m.
North, Passenger ?35p-m
........ ... LZJJ III.
, Passenger - 715 p.m.
Wichita A Western.
land Express 55; m-
Va 1 V.n .nil Crnnw 9:55 a.m.
St. Iiouls A. San Francisco.
Going West, Passenger. 6.30 a.m.
Jolng West, Passenger. 5:50p.m.
Oolng West. Freight Us05 p. m.
Going East, Passenger 925 a.m.
Going East, Passenger 9:20 p.m.
'Going East, Freight 1020p.m.
Going East, Freight )a.m.
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorney at Law. Wichita, Sedgwick county. Kan.
Omoe in Centennial Dloclc. dl90tf
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at-Law. Offlco 117 E Douglas avenue,
Ith Anglo American Loau and In estment Co.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
Attornevs at-Law. Offlco in the Eagle Block, over
'ovcy & Co's Dry Goods btorc. 71XHI.
SMYTH & BROOKS,
AttorneiS-at-Law, No. 123 N. Main st.
postofllce. Commercial collections a
Will practice In state and Federal courts
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attorney -at-Law. Office. No. 124 N Main street, up
-stairs, next to pestofflcc. Wichita. Kansas dJOwUtf
tt r rt nss. W. E. STAXtKV.
Attorneys at Law. Wichita. Kansas
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at-Law. Office first door north of IT. S.
Land office in Commercial Block, Wichita. Kansas.
Special ottcntlongU en to all kinds of business con
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attorneys at Law. Eagle Block. Wichita. Kansas.
RUGGLES & ROYS.
Attornevs at-Law. Office over No. 138 Main street,
Wichita. Kansas. . ,
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney at Law. Will practice in all Kansas
courts. Collections a specialty. Offlco over Smith &
-Stover's. Douglas avenue. Wichita, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Attorney-at Law and collection agent,
street. Wichita. Kansas.
No. 14 Main
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorney at-Law and Ileal Estate Agent. Office
opposite Manhattan hotel, room 9
H. E. CORN.
Attorney at Law. Offlco ov er 122 Douglas avenue.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney at Law. omce oer Hjcle & Rumble's
Bookstore. 114 Main street, up stairs A Iclilta, Kan.
Woodman's Bank building, 113
Attorney at-Law ,
O. COUJNH rto nOIHltT M. MATT.
. AttornejsatLaw. Will practice In state and f ed
cril courts. Ollice In Templo block. Main street, sec
ond stairway north of post office, Wl Jilta, Kanias
S. W. ADASIS. . . . WO- . AD VMS.
ADAMS &. ADAMS.
Attornevs at-Law. Will practlco In state and fed
ral courts. Office In Eagle block. Wichita, Kansas.
HARRIS. HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorneys at-Law, Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attimnv At Law. Room No. 3, U. S. Laud Office
.building. Wichita. Kan.
Office In Templo Block. Wichita.
n. A. SAKKKY.
. f. CAMPBKLi.
SAN KEY &. CAMPBELL.
Ijiwvers. Wichita. Kansas Offlco southwest cor
ner Market street and Douglas ave.
GEO. W.CLEMENT, JR.
Attornev at Law. Offlco 134 Main street, Kansas
National Bank building, Wichita, Kan.
Uomoeopathlst. General practice, chronic diseases,
and dKjases of fmalw. Telephone No. 106.
Office and residence over bteel & Son's hardware
tore, 117 N Main stn-ct, Wichita, Kan.
Office hours, 8 to 10 a. m to 4 j. m , and at night.
W. H WELLS,
I'hvslcian and SuKCon Offlco-Cor. lavvrenco
an 1 bougl vsaves. Elliott block, room h. v ill be at
office night and d ij . Wichita Kansas 90
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D.
" Office 217 East Douglas av e. Konidenco- o.V o Ui
J. M. H0SK1NS, M. D.
Plivsiclan and surgi-on. Ofdce In llrtvvin block,
corner Fourth and Doul-vsavi nuo over Saui s drug
ctnrt min iinups. ii lo ii ;u in . iiui' m . i. .
G. M. B1BBEE, M. D
Offlco and residence. Sll Dougl is av enue. south Ide,
Barnes" block, over Derby's implement store, w Ichita
W. A MINNICK, M. D.
Homcepithist. Office with Dr. B. Mithews Jl-vin
reet. second stalrvv.iv north of jwstofflce. llesl
ence. 1017 North Fourth street, near Union deiwt,
Telephone No 141.
DR. J. J. STONER.
Homeoepvhlst. Offlco opposite rKWtofflce. P.esl
dence, C23 North Main street, Wichita, Kansas. Ttle
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Phvsicians and Surgeons Office Deam b'ock. oppo
talto "Occidental hotel llc-ddcncv. 737 Water street,
-corner Oak street.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Phvslcian and Surgeon. Office and residence 4J0
Douglas avenue. Now and effectual treatment of
hemorrhoids, and diseases of woman a specialty.
Office 147 Main street, over Becht & Sous storo.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone at residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Phjsiclan and Surgeon. Offlco over Fuller & Son':
J. MTLTON W IXCII. M. V. T. K. W HtCH. SI. D
DRS. WELCH &. WELCH.
Office 221 Douglxs avenue. Wichita. Kans. where
they maj be foutui at all hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN.
Physicians and Surceons. Office on west side of
-Main street, first itairwav south of Masonic building.
Telephone to A. D. T.
PALMER C. JAY.
Physician ami Surgeon. Office at D. G. Tero '
6tore, Q1S East Douglas avenue
I. H. MATTINGLY.
Office over London Tailors, No. 155 N
L. S. ORDWAY, M. D.
nomooepathist. Office corner Douglas and Lnw
rence av enucs, rooms 1 and 5. telephone 133.
MRS. SELINA H. MILLER.
" Homooenathlc Physician, corner River street and
Central aven te.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the Rye, Kar. Km and
Throat. Catarrh and fitting glasses. Offle Mnthwcst
corner Douglas and Market, up stairs. Wlchka, Kans
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Physician and Surgeon. Will continue his profes
sion in all its branches. Consultation free. Offlco
and residence at 151 N. Main St., over Weller & Mil
ler's paint office. 100
D. W. SMITH.
Eagle building, Douglas avenue, Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEk
Surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without pain.
Best set artificial teeth, $3.50. Offlco 217 East Douglas
avenue. Wichita. Kan.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the potofl0ce. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentists Office over Barnes & Son's drug store,
Centennial Block. Wichita.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Theory, 422 North Mar
Professional Piano Tuner and Repairer. Refer
ences, Catherine Russell and Thomas Shaw & Co. AH
? ilanos tunee by the waie system tho only method
hat will tune) our piano perfect and mako it sound
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
Thomas Shaw & Co , music dealers, Malastreet.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerly of "Boston and Chicago, has opened an
office in the Oiera House, corner of Market- and
First streets 97 2m
A. W. ItLSH.
J. M. QILE3.
RUSH & GILES.
Architects and Superintendents. Office 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 Hyde's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architects and SupcrintcnJents. Office In Roys'
block, Wichita. Kan.
W . T. r&OXi DFOOT. O. W. BIIJD.
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Eagle
i Dr. D. T. SNOKE
feveterinary Surgeon, graduate of Philadelphia Vet
erinary Collego of 'Ti Proprietor of Horses Home,
opposite G. A. It. building. 1st. st. Telephone 172. d93
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and styles.
He also carries the finest assortment of picture
frames in the city. Give him a friendly call and ex
B. S. GARRISON.
Justice of the Poate. Office wltiu Woodcock &
Dorsey, In Dorsey building.
MRS. ELLEN DEVOL,
Professional Nurse. Oo 207 Ohio ave. cor. E 1 irst
street and Ohio ave. References given. 941m
BEAE YE ONE ANOTHER'S BUEDENS.
A Beautlftil Story Showlnc th Self-Dc-mal
of President Lincoln (or the Advan
tage or Another.
Abraham Lincoln," said Judgo
Keilcy, of Peimsj lv.mia, who is tho
father of tho House ot ltt'p. esentativos,
was (he most j).itient mii'i in the de
tails of life I oci s.i. Ho was tho
only President we have ever had. and
probably ever will have, who knew
nothing of the common utoci.ity ot
public l:fo. II was tho o dy man we
over tii 1 ut ti e White House who would
go bick of tiic wishes ot persons ami ex
amine their ical wants.
" I remember an incident in connec
tion with the war which illustrates what
I am trying to say. It is not proper
for mo to use names, but the stoiy
"It was at that early period in tho
rebellion when suspects and conspira
tors wt.ro being ariostod and imprisoned
by the wholesale. A letter written on a
printoJ sheet, ol paper, giving tho busi
ness of a prominent: Him if merchants
in New York and containing incendiary
language towards the Union found its
way into tho hands of a Government
official m the outh.
" The declarations wero penned by a
travelling ti an, who represented tho
firm mentioned i'i tho letter head.
"The lesult was the anest of the
principal member of tint firm on the
chargo of conspiracy against tho Gov
ernment. T.ie loiter was signed in such
a way as to not mako it perfectly clear
who tho author was, and, of course, sus
picion bore heavily on tho firm men
tioned. He is a man well known m Now
" Men wero held in prison at that
time on tho slightest suspicion sus
picion, in fact, more slight than this
" Tho wife of tho merchant camo to a
friend of mine m New Yoi .c im mediately
after tho arrest of the husband anJ re
quested him to communicate with
tho President, tolling him tiiat the
man under an est was not guilty of t'io
misdemeanor even in a collateral or tho
most remote way.
" Thowifo camo hero ;it was 11 o'clock
at night when she ai rived. At tho
depot she told tho cabman to drive to
tho Wuito House. The driver expos
tulated with her, and told her that it
was of no use to call at tlu "White
House at such a lato hour of the night.
She baid it made no difference, she
wanted to see Mr. Line lln, and that he
must drho her immediately to the Ex
When sho picsented herself at the
entrance to tho White Hou-o it was mid
night. Everything was quiet. Tho
cordon of police, very stormy at
that timo, turned out m full force.
They would not listen at ihot to her en
treaties to bo admitted to tho Whito
" Fnmlly, sho provailod on one of tho
officers to tako tho letter of introduction
sho had to President Lincoln, who was
" A minuto after tho President had
been awakened his voico was heard in
tho corridor on tho upper floor. Ho held
tho letter in his hand, and the tremor
upon it indicated his feeling.
Mrs. , this case demands im
mediate action,' said Mr. Lint oln. ' If
you will take my arm, wo will go im
mediately to Secretary Stanton.' Across
the lots at a rapid pace went tho Presi
dent and tho lady.
' Stauton was aroused from his slum
bers, shown tho letter by the President,
and requested to release tho prisoner.
Ho wr t a dispatch and l.anuK.i u to
Mr. Li.icoln, a d aid he would at end
to the mat cr funhcr In the tnoini j
"Like a lackey boy, tin Pio-ident,
with tho lad j, started towaid ihe down
"It vr b 1 o'clock in tho morning.
Washington was fided w.tlf revolution
ists ni.d vn.l 1-bo assa sins, yet Mr.
Line 1 i'tvr inhered, and seamed not
to coiiq rslu:i his danger.
' Wlion 1st: arrived at tho hotel, with
tv.f .iott.is arm, ho told her to go to
her i om. sleep soundly, return to New
luri.. in the morning, and ih t her hus
b md wonl I meet her on i h ock. Tho
lady cou. I not b heve it, but Mr. Lin
coln assured her that such would bo tho
" The President then went to tho
tclc;rapi onic?. filed the message,
wh'cti dem-uuied tho unconditional re
lea o oltit prison r, and returned to
the V!..e Hoiuo alone. Sre enoush,
who me n. j alighted from the ferryat
Ne.v York then -xtday her hu&band was
there 10 :n race her.
I am it.cunid to boUeve tho mil
lennium will come before wo shall havo
another President w ho would do such an
act as this." BaHimore American.
II B0BB0WED PLUMAGE.
An Agency for Fitting O-t Women la
There Is a curious br kerago business
carried on in a suite of well-furnished
rooms in a prominent ofiice budding on
Walnut street. There is no -.gn out and
no display mado, but t' ero is .i frequo'it
coming and going ot well-diessed ladi s,
and every indication of a flourishing busi
ness. A brisk littlo man, with an oiT-hand
manner and a profusion rf jewelry, is
tho manager of the est tLlisnuf ::t. His
assistants are all wmn. f i'Jhi placo
is tho agency of a New Yoi.. huu e which
makes a lusines of hiring out costly
dresses fi summer, so sii. i.r moun
tain wear,aud ecn to pa. cie who aio
making a .lip to Europe. Euuallr as
common a thing is ti.0 renting fiom
evening to evening of ballroom cos
tumes for ladies who can't afford to bay
expensive dresses for one or two v cc -sions.
They can hire a ballroom dr ss, shoes,
stockings and lace shawl, which wouid
cost $200, for from $5 to $23 a night. If
they arc known they are not required to
leac a'dtposit; o herwise the rte-- of
the outfit is left with the costumer to b j
returned when the dress comes back.
One costumer in tho city, who doo5 a
very largo business ia a quiet way for
the fashionable people, has in his'pos
eession $23,000 worth of dresi''-, robes,
shawls, and other female lnnry which
has come to h m in various way.
Many rich people, ho sajs. sell their
bull-room dresses at the end oZa s ason.
They will not use them a second sea
son, and get back a part of the cot in
this way. These dresses are hired out
to less particular people, who are thus
on special occasions able to appear in
finery as elaborate and ricii as taat of
the most elegant ladies.
" How do you manage it!" the dapper
little broker was asked.
Vcrv easily. Wo ! ave ia New York
hundrtds of dresses which are psacti
call new. Some of them are entirely
new. A lady ustomer who wants to
spend two months at tho seasiue comes
in and tells us what -ho wants. Peilupa
it is four fine dresses. Ordinary walk
ing and -lounging dresses she lu.
Wo don't hire such. It would not
"Wo tnke her measure, and, if we
can fit her, even by altering tho di esses
wo havo on hand, wo fix her up with one
or two olaborato ballroom outfits, a
dinner dress, and so on, as fche may
desire. If sho should attempt to pur
chase such an outtit as we could
furnish her it would cost her not less
than S1.500. Wo chargo her 300.
" She don't wear the dio-ses often
cuorghto do them ser.ous inj .ty. and
at the end of two months sho has had
her full of finery and would not wear
them a second season if she o .v nod them,
while we havo our $500 and our outfit,
damaged probably $250 worth. Sho has
saved $1,000; we have had a profit
of $250. Ain't that all right?
" Now hero is another instance which
actually occurred in Philadelphia not
very long ago.
"A lady who has a very fair fortune
was about to take a trip to Europe. She
propo-od to travel on t' e continent, to
do it in good stylo, but as cheaply as
pociblo. But the cost of a war .robe of
lino ireses, which sho thong t noces
&ar in do her hesitate. The outfit she
t'-jiii'l would cost her, in addit. on 10
ih eei day dresses heeded, at out
"ih'j up Lot of thomatter was that wo
furnished her with the outfit, 1 ew, made
to her older, h irse I her $3,200 f r the
uso of them for I'urtcen u eks o-nd irofc
the drtsses b ick almost .i-. good as new.
Since then those dio-ses n tUd us nioro
than they cost, and we cold them to a
customer recently for $500." Phila
Divorce and Marriage.
My ma: riago was a very romantic one,
said a Chicago gentleman at tho Palace
Hotel, San Francisco, who is on his
Tho lady's former husband was an in
timate ft tend of mine. Ho is a good fel
low, but bo did i't use her well.
Although a gentleman in most respects,
lie was so unfortuiia'e as to havo tho
drinking habi , and occasionally while
in hquor he iised the douce in the do
mestic e i h
Loth he and the lady were accustomed
to come to mo for advice after these af
fairs. " Get a divorce," says I at last.
" Agreed," says they, and shook hands
Then they separated, pending the re
sult of tho legal proceedings.
I i-ited tho lady in her retirement
"Frank said tho husband to mo,
" don't j'ou think you had better not call
on Lizzie while this divorco business i3
in pi ogress?"
"Why, Bob,"' says I, "what the mis
chief ha 0 you to do with the matter?"
"I don't like it," says he.
"But," says I, " as sho's getting a di
vorce from you, and you are consenting,
w hat diffrrenco can it mako to you who
calls on her?"
" Fiank," says ho, looking mo straight
in tho eye, " d j you mean to marry Liz
"Wei, Jlob,' says I, "tho idea nover
oeeur.v 1 to me before, but now that you
s ; s' it, I don t know but what I will.
Do on thi k she'll be likely to favor the
I m blessed, continued tho Cnicago
man, if tho follow didn't begin to fight
the dhoice fiom that minuto.
We downed him, of course, but he's
sti 1 cool, and e en refused to attend tho
ilo.ve.er. when we get homo my wifo
w il manage o smooth him down. Sho
Luovi his vriiis, jou unders.and.
Tlieic's lutning so painful to mo as a
bieak 111 an old friendship, and we both
really like Bob vory well, in spito of his
faults. San Frincibco Post.
To Mako Girls Tel. Their Ago.
G rls of a marriageable aco do no
llho to tdl how old they are, but you can
f'nd out by following tho subjoined In
st, notions, tho young lady doing tho fig
utrnc. Tell her to put down the number of
the mo th in w hich she was bom ; then
to Multiply it by two; then to aid flo;
then to multiply by fifty; then to add
her age: t en to subtract 365; then to
add 115; thei 'ell her to tell you the
amount she ha-; Wt.
Tho two fi ires to tho right will
denoto her age, and the remainder the
mouth of h. r birth. For example, tho
amount is t22, sho is twenty-tw o years
old, and was born in the eighth month
Tiy it. Bo.'o 1 Budget
The Uiffgeit Gum ISoll.
The bigge-t gum boil 1 .1 record has
been .iseoere 1 in a nruci ag f ictory.
'Once I saw a diver remain under
water for half an hoar."
"Pshaw ! I saw a man dire once and
ho never camo up."
The Height of Insurance.
" How high do yoa want to Insure your
"About up to the chimney."
It Would Shock the Grand OldSUzu
Suppose Dr. Johnson, tho lexicog
rapher, heard somebody yell : "Boycott
f- '"fSpr'ncfield Union.
REAL ESTATE IIVESTMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT THE
Old Eeliable House
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
PHUUPS - it - CRANE
POSTOmCE BOX No. i
JOHN C. HALL & CO.
INSURANCE :: AGENTS
218 DOUGLAS AVENUE, "WICHITA, KAN.
Only- the best coajsuUes raprawmtwl. Vomea adj
tiaatoUbe9B-tt4te m. Bi-ta la
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY
PINE CRACKERS and PURE CANDIES.
Jobbers In Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Eta
Agents for "Good Faith", "Scout"
GOODS SOLD TO DEALERS ONLY
Wichita City Rotter
Manufacture th Fallowing Celebrated
X. L. C.
These brands have bn on tho market east. west, north and outa for ton ypar. and they 1 won
enviable reputation wherever Introduced. To try them to to tay wlsii them. We am alway Inthoniarkrt
for wheat at highest cash price.
OLIVER, IMBODEN & CO.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gas Works
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS.
0FncEwcon.mandc: WICHITA, KAN.
C, O. DAVIDSOJf. President.
R. S. CATES, Examiner.
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL., 60,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in the
OFFICE WITH CITIZENS BANK. Xorthwast J
Corner Main Street and Douglas Avenue, i
B. D. ALLEN. Votary Public
ALLEN, GRAHAM I CO.,
SuocfKsors to Wichita Land nnd Loan Company.)
Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur
ance and Make Collections.
TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTSz:
J)Ooji i-ovKR iskael ur.as. DItUO STOHE. TfTFI"1 TT TT A TC A Q
0. B. ST0CKER,
Mantels, E I Fire Clay,
Grates, - E. S Fire Brick,
MAHBLE: DUST,-WHITE - SAND,- LATH
Lime, Hair, New York and Michigan Plaster.
Louisville and Portland Cement.
"VTAP.D aid OFFICE On WatorStrwt. between Doajjla ATenue Virhita Kansas
-. J. -Xt&i&e'
J. F. Reese & McBee,
Real .Estate . Loans
A.T LOWEST BATES!
Morey Always Ready as Soon as Papers are Perfected.
Call on us and get rates at 218 E Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kiinsas.
FOR SALE ! !
Moneyed Men Read This !
Ve are selling lots in Ca'ey Park at the extreme low prices of $225, $250,
$275 and $300 each, the latter are corners The above prices include side
walks al! laid Terms easy It has been reported that ve were getting $400
and $500 per lot. It is not so. Every tot in Carey Park vill bring that by nct
spring. Remember that Carey Park Is from 12 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
329 Douglas avenue, Opposite Manhattan HoteL 79-1 m
Will deliver ICE to any part of the Cjty.
Order by ipi or give orders to drivers of our wagoafi.
, - Real - Estate.
Main 149St., WICHITA, Kan.
- iud and paid t tk o
iumudJB aeaatry a
tiia ofle. Prowpt aad cararal
and "Success" brands of Cigars
MAIL ORDXKS SOLICITED
Ills and Elevator. ,
Extra Fancy :
H. VT. OILXAX. VIco-IYeL, Xahua. X.H
O W. OKAITAX.
GLOBE -:- IRON -:- WORKS,
Founders and Machinists.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
Iro anil Ilna CaMiatf and Polt-y Snui SaftSiut.
IIuw rAttln? In any tlnlu tr urAi-r Ant t'r lit
Klafcmlc It Dfinhtrim I'umjrt, All kitvl ot rrpatr
ttiit done on nhort nolle and MiMArtton jruvanUd