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xe WLicMXn gailtj gagl: Stetoxc&im Wovnivg, gvpUivfocv 18,' 1886.
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r.'k. time tables.
St. Ju, Ft. S. &.. XT. It. Jt.
ST rou TRAINS.
St. LouU Day Express and 3fr.ll 0.10a. m.
.St. LouN NlRlit Express anil Mall 8-0)p.m.
Kansas City I) ly Express and Mall ) 1(1 a. in.
vansas Cltv Night Express and Mail 8W p. m.
freight and Accommodation 112-00 in,
WEST BOUND TRAINS.
-St. Louis Day Express and Mail 75p. m.
St. Louis Night Express and Mall S 33 ?. m.
Kansas City Day Express and Mail Iri p. m.
Kansas Cltv Night Express and Mail SX a. m.
Freight anil Accommodation 12 f5 p.m.
Daily, t Dally c-ceptfcun-ay.
Wiclilla A Colorado.
Depart .. ,
M-Hnpe Accommo latlon l.vJp. m.
Arrle ,,. .- m
Mt. Hope Accommodation......... - ?''"
Dally except Sunday.
a., t. a. s. r. it. i:.
'Soins North, j'asscnger -.f.-' ' "!'
3olng North, Accommodation 915 am
olwr South. Passenger 7 43l 111!
Going South, Passenger 20i ni
Going South. Accommodation j
Going North, Passenger..... iMxJm.
Going North, Accommodation 035a m.
Going South. Pascnzcr.... .". 2-10 p. m.
Golni? South, Accommodation 85a.in.
Going North. Passenger 7 43 p.m.
Going South. Paasengcr
-Wichita A Wehtcrn.
Jfo.2.MaiIand Exiiresn 440 pm!
No. 4, Express iis m
No. 1 Mail and Express ewom
Way Freight 2.10 p.m.
St. Iiouls . San Francisco.
Going West. Tasscnger 55R !r !?
Going Wftt, Passenger fc ,ibE--
Going West. Freight ?. IS?-
Going East, Passenger o" 2t tli"
Going East, Passenger ,::2iE"'
Joln!? East, Freight 'bE"
-Going East, Freight 8O0a.m.
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorney at Law. Wichita, Sedgwick county. Kan,
Om! n Centennial lUock. "1J""
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at-Law. Office 117 E Douglas avenue,
with Angio American Loan and Investment Co.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
Attornevs at-Law. Onico in the Eagle III wlr. oyer
Hom- ftCo'iDr Go(vls More.
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attoniejs.it Law. No. 121 N. Main St.. opposite
postoillce. Commercial collections a f-peoialty.
Will practice In statu and Federal courts.
Attorney at Law. Office. No. 121 N Main street, up
.stair-, next to iostonioc. Wichita, Kansa.". d..m l"tf
II. C. t-LUbS. w- " STANL- .
Attaint 8 at Liw. Wichita. Kansas.
J. F. LAUCK.
ttornTal Law. Offiee first door north of U. S.
Landollic- in Commercial liloclc, Wichita, Jfansa?.
pechil ottent Ion given to all kli.ds or business con
nect tl with the United States Land office.
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attorneys at I,i-.v. K igle jjlocjc. Wichita. Kaesgi..
c ituc(.i.rs. n. h. nob.
RUGGLES &. ROYS.
Attorneys at Law. Office over No. 1J3 Mahi street,
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorncr.it Law. Will practice la ell Kai.s.is
courts. Collections a specialty. Office oru Smith &
btovir's. Douglas avenue. Wlmiita. Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Attoinov nt Law and collection agent. No 11 Main
street. Wichita. Kan'.-t--.
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorney at Law and Ileal llstato Agent
opposite Manhattan hotel, ro'un 1.
H. E. CORN.
At tornej at Law. Grace ov ci 122 Po.igl.imipir.ie.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney at Law. Office over Iljde & Mumble's
Poo': store. 114 Main street, upstairs, Wichita. Kan.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney at I-aw, Woo Im m's Hank bulldli'g, 113
c. w. oou.ins. 1'oni iit a. vutt.
COLLI NGS& PLATT.
Attornej s at Law. Will practice in state and fed
eral courts. Office in Temple block. Main street, eee
ond stairway north of postoillce-, Wichita, Knnsas.
S. V.. AU VKa. tO. W. A1JAM",.
ADAMS & ADAMS.
Attornej s at I-aw. Will practice In slato and fed
eral courts, office In E-wIe block. Wichita, Kansas.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attorncj s at Law, Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attorney at Law. Iloom No. S, U. B. Lend Offlco
building. Wichita. Kan. .
W. S. MORRIS.
Attornej at Law. Office in Temple Block. WichU
U. A. ! J NKEY. I. r. CAKP11TJJ..
I-avvjers, Wichita, Kansas. OJTlcc eouthvvest cor
ner Market street and Douglas av c.
GEO. W.CLEMENT, JR.
Attorney at Law. Office l"Vl Main street, Kansas
Natloual lUuk building, Wichita, Kan.
Homa-opathist. General practice, chronic diseases,
and diseases of females, lelephono No. lU-.
Office and residence over Steel .. Son's hardware
store. 117 N Main street. Wichita, Kan.
Ottco liours, b to 11) a. in to 4 j. in , and at night.
VV. H WELLS,
Plividcfcn and Surgeon. Office Cor.
nml Douglas aves; Elliott block, room S.
office ;ilght and day. Wichita Kansas.
Will be at
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D.
t Office 217 East Douglas ave. lUvddeuee-JKOJoith
j. M. H0SKINS, M. D '
rh.vblclan anil surgeon. Office in Hart win block,
corner Fourth ami Dongl is avei.ue over baui s dnu;
btore. Office hours, C to 11 a. in , 1 to 4 p. nt., t.nd at
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
Office and 1 eMiloneo, ."11 Dotul.vs av enuc. south side,
Barnes' block, over Derbv's Implement store, Wichita.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
Hoinoepathl-t. Office vv It h Dr. 11. Mathews, Main
street, wvond stairway north of postoffice. lies!
dence. 1017 Nortli Fourth Mreet, near Union depot,
Wichita, Kansas. Telephone No. 111.
DR. J. J. STONER.
Homonjpathlst. Offico opposite postoflleo. Itesl
deuce. ttl North Main strevt. Wichita, Kansas, lele-
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Physicians and Surgeons. Offico Deam block, oppo
site "Occidental hotel. K--l Icuce. TUT Water btrect,
ce)rncr Oak street.
nR r. r. ai i fn
Phvsickin and Surgeon. Offico and residence 4
Douglas avenue. New and enVctu.il treatment or
hemorrlioids. and dfceas3 of w oman a specialty.
Offlcj 117 Main stre-ct. over Kecht & Son.' store.
Wichita. Kan. Telephone rt residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Phv slciaa and Surgeon. Office over Fuller i Son's
J. MILTO: W ELC.t. M. P. T. K. WCH, 71.
DRS. WELCH &. WELCH.
Office 224 Douglas avenue. Wichita. Kas., irhre
the may lw found at all hours.
RUSSELL &. JORDAN.
PhjsiclniLs and Surpeons. Office on west side of
Slain street, lirst stairway south of tasonie buil-tatf.
Telephone to A. D. T.
PALMER C. JAY.
Phv sicil'i and SurReoa. Office at D. G. Terry's rtrtt
store, 'J Is East Douglas avenue.
I. H. MATTING LY.
Physician. Office over London Tailors, No. 135 N
L S. ORDWAY, M. D.
Homoo'pathlst. Office comer Douclas and l.w ,
reuci" av euue., lvonis 1 and 5, telephone IjR.
MRS. SELINA H. MILLER. I
"HomoTpathlc Phslclan. corner Klver street and
Central avenue. , I
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D. j
Specialties: Disease- of the ), Kar, Nose and I
Throat, Catarrh and fitting glasses. Office southvv et
Corner Douglas and Karkct. tip stairs. Wichita, Kalis.
J. H.TILDEN, M. D.
Special attention given to Surgnry and Oynrocpl-03-.
Residence iti S. Market. Offico 223 N. Main,
Will visit any part ot the state in consultation or to
perform surgical operations. ltt-tr
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Physician and Surgeon. Will continue his profes
sion in all its branches. Consultation free. Offico
and residence at 151 N. Slain St.. over Weller . Mil
ler's paint office.
n w. SMITH.
Dentist. Eagle building. Douglas av euue. Wlchlui,
McKEE & PATTEN.
sitrceon Dentists. Teeth extracted without pain,
est set artificial teeth, SS.50. Office 217 East Doulas
avenue. Wichita, Kan
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the postoffice. Teeth extracted
DPS W. L DOYLE 5c WILSON.
Dentists. Offlco over Ilaraes & Sou's! drug store,
Centennial Dlock, Wichita.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano. Organ and Theory, '.
! North Mar-
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Tuner and Repairer. Refer
ences, Catherine Hussell and Thomas Shaw Co. All
pianos tunce by the wave system the only method
that will tune our piano perfect and make It sound
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
Thomas Shaw & Co., music dealers, Malastreot.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerly of Boston and Chicago, has opened an
office In the Opera House, corner of X&rkwl and
First stxecUi. 97 2m
RUSH & GILES.
Architects and Superintendents. Offlco In Green &
Hav 's building, over 125 West Douglas ave.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superintendent. Plans and specifica
tions for nil classed of buildings. Office over Hide's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architects and Supei IntcndenU. Office la Roys'
block. Wichita. Kan.
W. T. riiOUIlfOOT. O. W. BlttD.
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Easle
Veterinary Surgeon; graduate of Philadelphia Vet
erinary College of '7!. Iroprietor of Horses Home,
opjKslte O. A. R. building. 1st, st. Telephone 172. dSs
The Photographer. Pletures In all sires and stj 'es.
He a'so carries the linest assortment of pic"turc
frames in the city. Give him a friendly eall and ex
B. S. GARRISON.
Justiee of the Peace. Office with Woodcock &
Dorscy, In Dore building
MRS. ELLEN DEVOL,
Pn regional Nurso. O-v i7 0'ilave ro'. E First
'trevt a:d O.'ilo ave. Itef riu -. bi.on. CI lm
ART WORK FO.'l NEWSPAPERS.
Tclt'srraplilngf X'latnroi for inri'tiatlon.
The Process mt t-:jfrTing.
I pc that tho papara aro printing descrip
tions of a new invention for teleji aphing pic
turcc for iUactraiioa, nasi it is said that tho
invention is that of an Englishman named
Glenn. Mr. Glenn's invention is by no means
nc-vv, and as lonj n;o as 18SD Mr. Stephen II.
Horgan, tho then photographic editor of Tho
New York Graphic, invented and used a pro
cess of picture chart telegraph by which ho
was enabled to give an accurate picture of a
boat race on tho Thames, near London, with
in a few hours of tho time at which tho race
was towod. Tho raco camo off ntlp. in. in
London, and tho pictures of it vrcro in tho
11:30 edition of Tho Graphic. The difference
in time sufficed to l oceivo the cablegram of
ttvonty words required to explain by tho
chart tho different positions of tho boats and
to get up the cuts. It tvas tho quickest pieco
of this kind of work yet dono and I doubt if
it has since leen rivaled.
This Mr. ITorgaxt who invented this process
is ono of tho brightest of tho art newspaper
men of Nw York. Ho has charge of tho
illustrated department of the American Press
Association, and ho can write as well as
sketeh and photograph. Jfc begau life as a
photographer, and was a traveling photog
rapher, wen one day a man oats im to have
bk picture taken. He took it, and noticed
that the man looked at it very critically, and
Uhat he seemed to be very inquisitive about
his imitrument and his use of chemioali.
When he saw tho finished photograph hog&vo
Mr. Horgan his address, and told him that if
ever he wanted to come to New York to call
upon him and he would find a placo for him.
The time soon came, and ho was employed in
tho Bogardus gallery.
When The Graphic was well under way a
competent photographer was needed, and Mr.
Horgan u chosen out of a large number of
applicants, though ho was the youngest man
who asked for tho place. Ho soon took
charge of tho cntiro photographic business of
Tho Graphic, and it was ho who invented tho
process of photo-lithography which is now
used by Tho Graphic, and tho secret of which
enables them to do their work so quickly. At
ono timo tho editor of Tho Graphic had ar
ranged for Mr. Horgan to go tip iu a balloon
and take a photograph of New York from
above. A great deal of money was spent in
preparing the apparatus, but tho balloon in
which tho trip was to bo taken collapsed a
few das beforo tho timo set, and the idea
was given up. Frank G. Carpenter in Cleve-
A "Marvelous Mathematician.
Jim Townst'iid is a noted Bohemian in
Nevada and i ell know n in California, Ho
is a genial, com ivial soul, whoso lies harm no
one, but are rather evidences of tho abnor
mal development of tho power of exaggera
tion. Ho is credited in Nevada w ith having
been the originator of some of Mark Twain's
best jokes, including tho story of tho man
w ho took a contract to ran a tunnel a cer
tain distance, and having dug through the j
qui in less distanco than that specified in tho
ngreement completed his contract bv running
the tunnel tho rest of tho way on trcstlo
Jim was taking a stroll with a friend and
talking over old times, when he asked:
"By the way, did you ever know f '
'No, I think not"
'Well, sir, ho was a r.onerful fellow tho
greatest mathematician tLat ever lived. You
could propound tho most difficult problem in
mathematics to him and ho woul4 give you
tho answer offhand at tho suap of your
fingers, while other people of reputation iu
that lino would use a quira of rap-'r and a
gross of lf.vl pencils, and taka a week to J
reach tha rfmia rasnlt. Why, I'll toll you '
what tho fellow could do. Hs could go into a
graveyard and rub his head against n tomb- ,
stono and tell you how much tho corp
w cfched w l:en i: died." San Francisco ro '
Mine. Grcvillo on the American Climate.
Mu Henry Groville aid in Taris the other
day, "I have lived in Rusii. but I never ex
perienreel such a winter as the last ono m
America. Ono day it w as as cold as Lapland,
and an the morrow you could almost tit w ith
windows open. Tho American climato and I
are implacable enemies."' Mme. Grc-ulio
wasted her time in tho cold and unloving
north. London Truth
Tho Deadly Amateur.
The Newpoit News wildry suggests that
tho '-deadlv amateur," uioro thau tho "deadly
boat," is often to blamo for drowning acci
dents. Tho Australian colonies are all legislating
ngainst the Chinese,
LIEUT. GEN. PHIL SHERIDAN LOOK
ING AT A BATTLE PICTURE.
"XotUing; Nice About War" eu who
Skulk Oat of a Fight Tho War of the
Future A Humanitarian View A Visit
to tho Missionary Ridge Panorama.
Tho late visitors wero leaving Missionary
Ridgo panorama a littlo after 10 o'clock last
evening, -when a stout citizen clad in a gray
traveling suit, sauntered up to tho box office.
A moment after a slight, active man emerged
from tho wiro door, and "Gen.. Sheridan,
you aro just tho man I am glad to see!"
Hello, old man; hello, Davis, aro you horc?
Well," and off thoy started toward tho
new diorama just finished and opened to-day
tho battlo among tho clouds, Fighting Joo
Hooker's Lookout mountain.
Tho general was interested, in tho diorama.
But his mind seemed to bo busy, and his
thoughts wero evidently at work on somo
other subject than tho grand painting beforo
him. Presently the general turned and moved
toward tho stairway leading to tho platform
of the principal exhibition tho panorama of
Missionary Ridgo. On the present occasion
tho platform was nearly ompty, and tho gen
eral, as he looked thoughtfully down on the
scene, spoko freely of this and othor battles,
of the unhappy necessity which could f orca
men into such situations aa we hero saw.
LOSS IS THB SCOin DIVISION.
"This sort of thing," said he, "is not nice.
There is not one comfortable thing about it
Look this field over. My lose that day in the
old Second division was a fearful ono. Over
thirteen hundred men, brave, gallant fellows,
led by officers who did their' duty, wero lost
in the old Second diTaioa ima Mate so short
that it seems incredible t we could have
compassed tho distance and carried the crest.
"I have often thought we should hare cap
tured Bragg, and I think it was a close thing
as it was. If I could hare got Granger to
push a little there, after I got thorn over that
second crest you seo there in Chickamauga
valley, wo should havo captured something
moro than rations at that Chickamauga sta
tion. By tho way," continued the general,
"you know my men didn't have the chance to
get reported dead after a fight that they had
ikept out of had taken placo, for I had the
name of every man who was cither killed or
wounded, and my men liew they wero being
"I never did liko to see men skulk out of a
fight when tho skirmishers wero pushing in
and tho lino dressed up and following close
after. You remember that cr,on I gave
those fellows up in Tcnni"ssee! I saw sovcral
officers dropping out, leaving their companies
to go into tho fight while they hunted .safety.
I had those fellows picked up the day after,
formed tho division in hollow squaie, the
skulkers for a center piece. They didn't know
what was going to happen to them. You
know I am not much en making speeches
iu fact, I never was. But what I told thoso
men that day was clearly understood by overy
man in tho dhiiiou. I told them that I
would not disgrace ono of thohr.tve soldicra
of my division by asking him to rcccivo tho
swords of tuch cowardly whelrxj; and while I
did not like the idea of inflicting unmerited
cruelty on tho colored rice, that I should,
nevertheless, r.sl: my negio servant if ha
would tako thoso swords away frori thoso
things standing out there.
run van or rnr. ruTunj-:.
"Posibiy,"' fcai.l the gcner.i! rollectively,
' this may have had something to do with my
loss of officers at Missionary Ridge."'
"There is nothing n;co about war," said tho
general again, 'and, Davi;, this icene beforo
us neither ot us will ever see, either it or any
similar scene. War of that day and war of
tho present is and must bo a different thing
from what we have herei The advance in
war machinery, material and weapons of
overy description makes a different modo of
warfare necessary. Armies w ill not uttack
each other in tho field liko this. An army
must be dug out, starved out, or may bo
forced out bj position. At all ovonts, wo
must have one of tw o things either a long,
tedious method, wearing alike on men and
the impedimenta, or a rapid and 'vigorous
attack upon real property, commerce, rail
road, steamboat. What is naval warfare!
Simply a w ,r on commerce. Effective!
Very. Why not the earn on land Thero is
little doubt that tho borso must play a larger
part in future war than anything we-saw cr
knew of. And I aat not sure' but what this is
tho huaiarutarion view.
"We thould certainly aave life, and lives of
human leing8 should always be preserved nt
the expense of l ctd property. I think I am
right in this," went on tho general, reflec
tively. "Anything that shortens a war, stops
the conflict, is desirable. Of course wo
should have bitter fighting at points; that
would bo necessary. But a war lo-dny
would bo a new thing.'' Chicago News.
Jlme. Nilsson'a Murrinjrc.
The prima donna determination to wed
has caused no little surprise, and called forth
endless discussion and criticism. As a rule,
nrtiLs that marry at all are quite content
with a single experiment; tn tho sort, and,
moreover, Count do Caa M.randa being
pretty well on in yeai sand i bo -r reverse
of well to do. the why and wheivfo:e cf the
lady's ce nduct are somsw hat difii"it of npyro
hension. The only good ground thar guips
can see for the match L Mine. Xiisson - fond
ness for the iiirqu' daughter, and her de
sire t ) strengthen th? ties that bin J her and
her protege to each thtr. Mile. Rositn de
Casa Miranda is the young lady that accom
panied Mine. NiIson when she last visited
America. The ongtrcs. has adopted and
enriched her, and the two aro inseparable.
Meanwhile, marriage or no mariiage and I
Bhall wait until the nuptial knot is tied
before making up my mind that it i sure to
be the prima donna is on tho c o of starting
on a European concert tour with Mr. Mau
rice Strakovjh, to whose managerial caro sho
has committed her fortunes during tho past
years. Paris Cor. New York Times.
An Entirely Fresh Start.
A Saco man who was addicted to strong
drink had worn his wife's patience entirely
out, and the much abused woman finally de
cided to apply for a divoree. Her husband,
who could but acquiesce in the justice of tho
decision, and perhaps wishing to begin his
career as a single man with a reputation for
amiability, hired a team to carry her to Alfred
and hunted up a friend to givo tho needed
testimony to his bad character as a husband.
Tho divorce was decreed and with a bill in
her pocket the lady came down tho stairs to
meet hr cx-husband, who had waited on tho
doorstep so as to improvo the first opportu
nity to try to again pop tho question. So
much devotion woa the lady's hert, and she
at ouca agreed to the proposal to try it
again. Ail this happened half a doren years
aco and th? pair are yet enjoying the felicity
of their second honeymoon. Biddeford (Me)
At the Theatres of J'arij.
Comparing the past with the present, hi
truth there are many details about the Paris
theatres that have undergone very tnfiing
modifications since the boys of the Lemaitrc
, penal have grown to manhood. Th average
Parisian auditorium is as stuffy as ever, tho
second-rate Kca? are as narrow and hard, and
tho onvreuses. or female usher, as much cf
persistent mendicants as thoy cculd jKdoly
havo be-n before the coup d'etat. Let me
noto, moreover, that tho good eld system of
selling tickets is still clung to, in the fond be-
, lief, no doubt, that it affords better protection
to the manager and buyer than the neat and
expeditious method known to Americans. At
tho rrancaisand everywhere elso they sell
seats as they did when tho writor was a lad
and viewed tho ceremony as ono of the most
j solemn thing imaginable.
RIAL mil INVESTMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT THE
Old Eeliable House
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
PHILLIPS - & - CRANE, - Real - Estate
POSTOFFICE BOX No. .
JOHN C. HALL & CO.
INSURANCE :: AGENTS
218 DOUGLAS AViNU. WICHITA, KAIT.
Only the bct companies represented. Losyc &aisltd ami ial nt the oSicr. Prompt n careful
-ttcsUon to all business entrusted t us. IU.- tn vurroumlluj; country and towns eevpted.
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY
FINE CRACKERS and PURE CANDIES.
Jobbers in Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Eta
Agents for "Good Faitrr"t "Scout" and "Success" brands of Cigars
GOODS SOLD TO DKAXSSS OXLT HAH. ORDERS SOLICITED.
Wichita City Roller Mi and Elevator.
ESTABLISHFJ) VTA. rXCOKTOit VTKD 1STF.
Manufacture tke Following Celebrated Xfrtt-dar
IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy;
X. L C. R.t Fancy.
These brands hare been on the market cast, west, north and south for ten year, aatl they haa wa aa
envlable reputation wherever introduced. To try them Is to stay with them. We are always In tit market
for wheat at highest cask price.
OLIVER, TMBODEN & CO.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gas Works
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES Hi KANSAS.
OFFICE X-W COI 5TH and MARKET STS. ST. LOCI5. WIPUITA V K M
OFFICE VW COR SiAIX mid DOUGLAS AVFV, I rl I I A, ISAM.
C. O. DAVIDSOX. President. II. S. CATES. Examiner. II. W. CIUIAX. Vice-Pre., Nashua, K.1I
The Davidson Loan Company
PAJD-TJP CAPITAL, $00,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in tho
OFFICE WITH CITIZENS RANK, Northwest
Comer Main btrect and Douglas A eruc. )
H. D. ALLEN. Notary Public.
ALLEN, GRAHAM I CO.,
(Succi'iwr-i to Wichita I.ind nml I-.f.:i Comir.j .)
Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur
ance and Make Collections.
TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTS
500:1 i-ovEii isitAEL nnos. niico stokf,
0. B. STOCKER,
Mantels, ' E I Fire Clay,
Grates, Ii S Fire Brick,
iviaeble: dust,: white sanjv lath
Lime, Hair, New York and Michigan Plaster.
7"ARI and OFFICE: On WnU-rfitnx-t. JjetwK'n
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J. F. Reese & McBee,
Real Estate Loans
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Money Always Ready as Soon as Papers are Perfected.
Call on us and get rates at 218 E Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Knnsas.
FOR SALE ' !
Moneyed Men Read This !
Ve are selling lots in Carey Park o: tne extreme lo-vpnces of $225, $250,
$275 and $300 each, the latter are corners. I he above prices include side
walks all laid. Terms easy. It has been reported thai ve were getting $400
and $500 per lot. It is not so Every lot in Carey ?m', will bring thai by next
spring Remember that Carey Park is from 1 2 to 14 feet higher than Doug
las avenue Street cars run the entire length of Carey Pas' You ae mv.ted
to call and see a plot of Carey Park and qet full partcuiar of
E. Cf. and L. R. COLE.
329 Douglas aenue, Opposite Manhattan Hote! 79- f
Will deliver ICE to any part of the City.
Order by mail or give orders to drivers of our wagons.
H. J. CRAN-.
Main 1 St.. WICHITA, ar
C. W. GRAHAM.
;.2?AH:i.r. WICHITA, KAS.
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