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gfcx Wicfeita ail; gagle: gttesdag toruiug, JfepteinfoK 21, 1886.
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It. R. TME TABLES.
su r... rt. s. A. vr. K. K.
EAST nOUD TRAIS.
..St. Louis I)ay Express and Mall "9 10 a.m.
St. Louis Nisht Express and Mail ....S-iJ(p.ni.
Kansas City D ir Express, and Mall 9 10 a. m.
vaiisas Cit Mht Express and JIall S-09p.m.
freight and Accommodation 12-0 m.
WEST BOU.D TRAINS.
St. Louis Dav Express and Mall 723p m.
St. Louis N iglit Express and Mall S Ji" a. m.
Kansas Citj Day Express and Mail .7:2) p. m.
Kansas City Night Express and Mail $, a. m.
Freight and Accommodation....- 13 13 p m.
Pall'. 1 Dally except bund.iy.
Wichita A. Colorado.
3It. Uop Accommodation 1O0j. ni.
Mt.Ilope Accommodation SIVi.ni.
Dally except Sundar-
A., T. A. S. r. It. It.
3oIns Xorth, Passenger. ,,'?'
Going Xorlh, Accommodation 11 ' a. in.
joIuk South. I'asscncr 2-f'a- '
Going South, l'assciue" i j' "?'
Going South, Accommodation . m''
Going Xorth, Passenger ,Ti?P'J!!'
Going North, Accommodation ci.-l ,
E. E. -HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties DiiOaes of tiic Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Cat irrh .ind lltting glasses. Ofllce southwest
corner Douglas and Market, up stairs. Wichita. Kans
J. H.TILDEN, M. D.
Special attention chento Surgery and Gyncecol
ogy. Residence S. JJarkct. Olllcc 22S N. Main,
will kit any part of the state in consultation or to
perform surgical oieratlons. 105-tf
PERILS OF BICYCLING.
THE RURAL DOG'S NATURAL ANTIP
ATHY TO THE WHEELMAN.
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Phjsielan ami Surgeon. Wilt continue his profes
sion in all its branches. Consultation free. Offlcc
and lesidcnceat 151 . Main St., ner Welkr 5. 3III
ler's paint ofllce. NX)
D. W. SMITH.
Dentist. Eagle huilding, Douglas avenua. Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
burgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted -v ithout pain.
Best set artificial t eth, Si.7). Office JIT East Douglas
avenue, Wichita, Kun.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the potofllee. Teeth extracted
Going South, Accommodation .
Going North, PasMmger
Going South, Passenger
S-ij a. m.
2-M p. til
SSS a. m.
7 40 p. in.
Wichita A "Western.
No. 2, Mail and Express
.o. 4, Vrnrcvs
No. 1 Mail and Express .
No. 3, Express
7 15p in.
8 15 a.m.
2:23 1 m.
St. IouIs A San Francisco.
Going West, Passenger Cna.ni.
Going West, Passenger 5J0p m.
Going West. Freight U-lGp.in.
Going East, Passenger 9.J5a m.
Going East, l'assenger CJOp m.
Going East, Freight 100 p.m.
Going East, Freight 8-00 a.m.
.r. campekix. Js iii.::.
CAMPBELL &. DYER,
Attorney s at Law, Wichita. Kan. lvd tf
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorney at Law, Wichita, Sedgw ick county. Kan.
Oilice In CVntenni d mock. dliUf
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at law. Ofllce 117 E Douglas axenuc,
-with Anglo American Loan anil Iucstmeiit Co.
DRS W. L. DOYLE & WILSON.
CcelmialBSwta1!2"11-" & Uratore'
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Theory, 4J2 North Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Timpr nnd Ponfiliw Pnf...
ence-s, Catherine Ilussell and Thomas Shaw & Co. All
luiuiin lunee oj me aie system the only method
that will tune our piano perfect and makfc It sound
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave xrdera with
Thomas Shan & Co , music dealers, Main.street.
G. A- MASTERS,
rormerh of Uoston and Chicago, has ojened an
odlco In tlie OiR'i-n House, earner of Market and
t irst streets. y; 2m
e w.nusn. J.JI.CILKS.
RUSH & GILES.
Architects and Superintendents. Office in Green &
Ha 's building, oier 1J5 West Douglas ae.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superintendent. Plans and siiccifica
tions for all classes of buildii.gs. Onlce oer Hide's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architects and Supeiintendcsus. Ofilcc in Rojs'
block, Wichita, Kan.
JONES &. MONTAGUE.
AttornejsatLaw. Office in the Eagle Block. o er
Hot ev &. Coh l)n Gools store. 72 J)tf.
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attornoj s at-Law. No. 123 N. Main St., opposite
nottofllce. Commercial collections a siiecialtj.
will practice in state and Federal courts.
A. T. CARPENTER.
AUoiueyatLavt. Office, No. 1J I N Main street, uj
stairs, next to potoflicc. Wichita. Kansas, djilw 1 Jtf
ii. c. bi.uss. e. stamj:t.
. SLUSS& STANLEY.
Attorneys at Law.. Wichita. Kansas
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at-Law. Office llrst door north of U. S.
land office in Commercial Block, Wichita. Kansas.
Special ottent!ongien to all kinds of busines-. con
nected w ith the United States Land office.
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attorney sat Taw. Eagle Block. Wichita. Kansas.
RUGGLES & ROYS.
Attorneys at law. Office over No. 133 Main street,
Wichita. Kansas. .
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney at law. Will practice in all Kansas
courts Collections n hiclnlty. Office oer Smith &
Sto er's, Douglas aicniie. Wichita, Kan.
V. T. I l.Ori)F00T. c. W. USD.
Architects a'id Superintendents. Office in Eagle
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
Vetcrl.i try Surgeon; graduate of I'lilladeliihia Vet
criiian College of '71 p,,ip-ietor of Horses Home,
opposite O. A. It buildiiK. i-,t, st. Telephone 17J. d!M
The Photographer. Pictures In all s!ki s and stj le$.
He also carries the finest ussottiiii-nt of picture
frames in the city. Uhe him a friendly call and
B. S. GARRISON.
Justice of the Peace. Ofllce with Woodcock
Dorsei, inDonc building.
MRS. ELLEN DEVOL,
Professional Nurse. Oi 207 Ohio ae, cor. E First
street and Ohio ac. P.eferences gh en. 941m
MRS. KATE CHASE'S RETURN.
D. A. MITCHELL
Attorney at Law and collection agent,
street. Wichita. Kansas.
E. D. PARSONS.
Attoi ne at law and Heal Estate Agent,
opposite Manhattan hotel, room '.
H. E. CORN.
Attorney at Law. Ofllce over 122 Douglas a . enue.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney at law. Office oier Hjdn & Huinble's
Book stou. 111 Main street, up stalls, Wlchlt i, Kan.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney at Law, Woolmas.'s Bank buildla?, 113
O. W. COLLINCS. HOI1UITM. ILVTT.
COLLI NGS& PLATT.
ttornisat law. Will practice in state and fed
cralcourU. Office in Temple block. M iln treet. sec
oud stalrwa-v north of post ofllce, Wicluta, Kansas
h. V . AT) VMS. OLO. W . AU VMb
ADAMS & ADAMS.
Attornoj s it Taw. Will practice in state and fed
.Ue block, w lcnua, ivatL-as.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attornoj sat la ., Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attorney at Li w. lloom No. S, U. S. land Office
building. Wichita. Kan.
Attornoj at law.
Office in Temple Clock, Wichita.
II. A. SAM.H1. I l'.CiMrCLU-
SAN KEY & CAMPBELL.
Laujers. Wicliita, Kansas. Office southwest cor
tier Market street and Dotigla-. a o.
GEO. W. CLEMENT, JR.
Attorney at law. Office l"J Main street, Kansas
NntIo.nl ltauk Imlldln.;, Wichita, Kan.
- yjM johon", """" "
Horio'op ithlst. Gonoial practice, chronic diseases,
amlilNeascsof females, 'lclephone No. 103.
Office and residence oer Steel & Son's hirdware
store. 117 N Malustieet, Wicliita. Kun.
Office hours, b to 10 a. ni toil', in , and at nlslit.
W. H WELLS,
l'livlciai and Surge.jn. Office Cor.
an 1 l)ougiasaes; Elliott l!ock. room j.
ollloe nUhtand da. Wichita Kansas.
Taw it nee
Will be : t
P. D. St. JOHN, M D
t Office 217 Kat DoughiN u e. KcIilcncc- J.outh
M tin stive 1.
J. M. HOSKINS. M. D
Phs!eian and surg"0n. Oflhe inliartwl-i block,
coinei Fourth and DjuI.is a emu oer Sam - druir
store. Ollu'o hours, o to 11 a. in , 1 to 1 p. in . anil at
G M. BIBBEE, M D
Office and resldci-e, Ml Douglas n enue. south side,
Barnes' block. o er Derbj V Implement store, Wichita.
wTaTminnick, m. d.
llomceiiathln. Office with Dr.lt. Mathews, Main
street, second t.talrwa i.orth of po-tonici". Uesl
tlenev. lv17 North Fourth strei t, near Union deiot,
Wichita, Kansas. Telephone No 141.
DR. J. J. STONER.
Homea'pathist. Office ipposItc iostoffice.
Jence, tCJ North Main street, Wichita, Kansas,
phone 1 1 1.
Tho Daughter of Kt-Sccrctary Cliaso at
tlio Capital An Interview.
'I shall afltjrwanls return to France," said
Mrs. Chase, in responso to an inquiry as to
her f uturo mo ements. 'I brought my old
est daughter with me, and she is with my
Bister in New Yoi k. I did not stop to see her,
but eamo immediately here. I v. cut to
France on account of the ill health of my
dear little daughter Kittie, for -honi tho
physicians presci ibed a more equable climate;
and tho benefit it has wrought for her is truly
marvelous I w ould not tako boys abi oad to
cducoto them save for a German training,
but France is superlatively the place to hao
a gill trained in ail tho accomplishment in a
pi actical ay. 3Iy little gi Is. ai c at Fontain
bleu, a illagv not learning about dress and
the frivolity i f fttshion, but lnhig a perfect
home life, -h iln those gieafc forests at tho eiy
door fioui which to duv; fiesh inspiiationsof
natuie, and m whkh to wall:, and nm, and
dne. And then I have advantages in
France that ope has not here exceptinjr -v ith
great v ealth at command."
Speaking of hr life tit "Washington, Mrs.
Chase said: "I was so young and had never
had tho guidance of an experienced woman
i elative. I had nono of tho advantages most
woman have, sin rounded by mother and sis
ters. I was taken from school at 11 years
and placed at tho head of my fathers estab
lishment. But the great men I met there and
tho companionship of my father wero a
hbei al education to me. Why, hen I was
heroIneor had an hour to spend for my
owncnteitainment; I never planned a day's
fun for myself in my life. I think if I wcro
hero now I should enjoy life more. "Women
do not appreciate their own power in the
world. 1 shall never forget Mr. Simmers
lemaik one night after dinner when I had
been writing my refusal of n request made by
some w omen that I sit upon a platform at a
women's suffrage meeting. 'You were right
not to join the complameis,' said Mr. Sumner
in his gieat deep voice. '"When they ap
proach mo on that subject I tell them they
havomy syinpatlry, and that when women
want to vote they will vote and no power on
earth w ill seek to stop them.' ''
The principal object of Mrs. Chase's leturn
to this country is to confer with prominent
ropiesciitathe Ohioans, particularly Cincin
natians, with icgard to tho icmoval of tho le
mainsof her father, Salmon P. Chase, from
their present letting place hero to Cincinnati
and tho erection of a monument to him there.
Washington Cor. New Yoik Graphic. I
Those Who Talco Summer Jaunts Study
ing Up Oa the Hog Problem A Har
row 'Escape Virtues of Cayenne Pep
per The Danger.
An expert bicyclist, who has made long
trips in tho country, gave a reporter some
points about the dangers encountered. Said
he: ''It is more dangerous to ride along a
country road on a bicyclo than on a horse.
Tho rural dog has a natural born antipathy
to the wheelman, and never fails to attack
him. Horseback riders can elude tho at
tempts of the dogs to bite them by galloping
away. Then, too, tho horso can lack a dog
to death or wound him fearfully. The wheel
man is at a great disadvantage protecting
himself. His legs aro just high enough for
tho dog to grab easily by leaping a few feet,
and if the bicycle happens to run over a dog,
tho rider is thrown and often seriously hurt.
Several j'ears ago a young man was killed by
being thrown from his bicyclo whdo attacked
by a dog. It is almost impossiblo to hit a
dog with a shot from a pistol while riding.
The bicyclist is in more danger as a rule than
the dog. The pistol goes off too quickly, or
the front wheel wabbles from tho fact that
only ono hand is guiding, and tho result is the
ball is liable to go anywhere save at tho
mark. If several wheelmen are together a
pistol to shoot at dogs is nothing more or less
than a death trap for ono m tho party. For
tunately, wheelmen do not iake a practice
of carrying weapons of any kind. Those of
us who make summer jaunts are studying up
on the dog problem and how to repel the at
tacks. "The peculiar construction of a bicycle and
its motion has a tendency to throw a rider in
a curve direction, and hence tho head strikes
first invariably. Tho only way to avoid
falling on the head is to raise both ai ms and
ward off the full force of the fall But for
that trick, w hich all experienced w heelmen
know and practice, thero would bo more fatal
accidents leported, enough to almost dis
courage lovers of the exercise. That is why
wo dread the dog, not so much on account of
his bite, but from fear of being tumbled
headlong from our high perch.
A XARHOW ESCArE.
'"Wo dread a long down grade; it is impos
sible to stop. Frequently t ho dog springs out
on a perilous downhill glide, and embitters
the existence of tho intrepid rider. There
aro several deaths m view in such a case:
hydrophobia from a bite, a fractured skull
from a fall, and being bterally torn to pieces
by the doq" fangs if throwii to tho ground. I
onco saved myself from an infuriated dog be
dashing a lot of cayenne pepper in its eyes
and nose. The animal rushed up w hile I w as
quietly riding on a smooth road, and at
tempted to grab my right side. I forged
ahead a few seconds by a mighty effort. I
had no weapon, not even a penknife, and I
knew that the very next leap from the dog
might result in a serious wound perhaps
knock me olE tho bicyclo and chew mo into
minco meat. In iny jacket pocket I had
sonio cayenne pepper, dono up m a small
package. Quick as thought I drew- tho pack
age, and, as tho dog caught up and mado a
second plunge to hamstring me, I threw it
with all my power into tho animal's face.
Tho thin paper inclosing tho pepper burst,
and the fiery, itching, tickling cayenne filled
its eyes and got up its no. Such a yell as
that cur irae I never heard befoic. It
turned tail and fled, howling in agony at
every step. I considered that I had a narrow
'Another great peril, beside that of tho
dog, is strildng a 'header' at tho foot of a long
hill. Tho Licjxlo is at full speed going down,
tho rider feels tolerably secure, when all of a
sudden, a few feet m adance, a railioad
track comc3iiito view. Stop and walk over.'
Isot a bit of it. It is impossible, and bounc
ing over tho wheels go, in man- instances
knocking the l uler a foot or tw o abo e the
saddle from the jolt and not unfrequently
throwing hu.i violently to tho giound. Talk
about Iho pleasures of bicyclmg, why, few
people have any idea of the geat dangers wo
daily l un. They see us gliding aloig ca-sil-nnd
imagine life on wheels is si paradise. Let
them lepcl tho attack of a ferocious linal cur
once; that will be enough." ZXoy Yoik Mail
Judge Ilcliej's Good Health.
'Pig lion'' Ivclte-, of Philadelphia, was
among the inemLcis who havo visited New
Yoik recently. lie is serving in his thii
tecnth congress, and he telis me tint his blood
is leaping tin ough his veins at a faster late
now than at any other timo during the last
fifteen 3'cars. He has written within a year
his book on McClellan and 0,tK) "..ords of
reminiscences of Lincoln. Though over TO
years and tho oldest man in co.igress, in
point of service, Mr. lCelley still worths haul
and continuously. But he is evidently slow i v
creoping into childish ways, and I am told by'
other members that ho has to Le humoral
Judge Kelley ascribes his pie&ent good health
laigely to tho fact that he has entirely
stopped the use of tobacco. Forfifty-ihe years
ho chewed and smoked. A cigar was rdv.aj3
in his mouth during the day and he went to
sleep w ith a quid betw ten his jav. s. The re
sult was that hl pystem became saturated
with nicotin", and the side of the cheek in
which the tobacco lay at night became
poisoned and a cancerous soro was developsd.
which cauted him great pain. The aocto's
told lum ho must stop tho use of tobacco. He
did so ptitialry, using only tho cud of a cigar
occasionally He had tho cancerous forma
tion cut out of hL cheek, and then gao up
tobacco altogether. He said it made him feci
like a new man. Cor. 2Tew Yoik News.
PHILLIPS - (6 - CRANE, - Ral -
FOSTOFF1CE BOX Xo. 22.
Main 149St.. WICHITA, Kan.
JOHN C. HALL & CO.
INSURANCE :: AGENTS
218 DOUGTiAS AVjbi.NIUii;', WICHITA, KAN.
.,y..the.l'J..co,nPan,es represented. Lose atlj:e.i nml paid at the olTlc. Prompt natt careful
attention to all btness entrusted to us. Posts la surrounding country and towns accepted. cj
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY
FINE CRACKERS and PURE CANDIES.
Jobbers in Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc
Agents for "Good Faith", "Scout" and "Success" brands of Cigars
GOODS SOLD TO DEALERS ONXY 31 UL OIIDERS SOLICITED.
Wichita City Roller Mi ami Elevator.
ESTABLISHED IS71. X.VCOBPOB VTED WW.
Manufacture the rollowlns Celebrated Brand.
IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy;
X. L. C. R., Fancy.
Thise brands have been on the market east, est, north nnd omh for ten rears, ind they hare won tu
I oy?heataUhWhwtChV jjf tro,,uwa- To "7 tbem stay with them. We are alwa4 m tie market
OLIVER, TTVTBODEN & CO.
A SI cry of Vamiy Koi:ilIe.
YpooJ storv nncnt ranuy Xemble floats
across the hoiizoa from the memory of an) for the first tune.
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
riiyxlci.uis and Surgeons. Omco Deam teloek. oppo
.site Occidental hot
corner t).k street.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Vh stclan and Sucon. Oflico and residence -SOO
DourI.is nenue. New and ctfeotiial treatment of
hemorrhoid-s, ami diseases of i onun a speclalt .
DRS. McCOY & PURDY.
Ofllce 117 Main street. orr RecJit & SonV siore,
Wichita, Kan. Telephone at residence.
elderlv Jjdv who knevr her well. It was in
the timo w hen Boston w as tho i eat actress'
nominal home, anil her Mimmei were spent
here and there in rur.il Massachusetts. She
had engaged a worthy neighbor to bo her
ehanoteer durirg the season of one of her
country sojourning, and they were setting
foith on their first excursion. With kind
hearted loquacity ho w a.? beginning to ex
patiate on the country, ilie crops, and tho
history of the jvople round about, when
Fanny remarked, in her imperious, dogmatic
fasluon: "Sir, I have engaged you to drive
for me, not to talk to mcl''
Tho fanner ceased, pureed up his lip, and
ever after kept his peace. When the vaca-
JiiicIdo Anions Trench Children.
There must be an error in the evr York
Funs statement about the French statistics
containing numerous suicides among cluldien
Suicides among children
were common after the first French i evolu
tion. The criminality among children al
luded to by The Sun as of sriou augury for
France simply shos tho influence of tho
Franco-Prussian war. In. children insanity
shows itself in immorality and ciime as a
rule. Children born during tho siege of Paris
died of convulsions, became ictnus of nerv
ous diseases, demonstrably insane or criminal,
so tliat among the French lower clashes "child
of the siege' was a synonym for doomed child.
The Sun's statistics simpry illrcrtratc the influ
ence of a serious political convulsion, and do
not show any French decadence. French
statistic, being better collected under the re
public than tho empire, seem to sRow de-
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
l'hvslel ia and Surgeon. Office o er Kullr & Son's
T. K. WELCH, 51. i
j. invro w ELca, m. r.
DRS. WELCH &. WELCH.
OQIceSMDonplas avenue. Wichita. Kansas, l.cre
the nta be found at all hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN.
FlnMciniw and Su eons. Ofllee on west side of
"Main street, first t.tairw av outh of anonlc building.
"Telephone to A. D. T.
PALMER C JAY.
Phj siei.w ami Surjreon. Office at D. G. Terrj "s druq
-store. 91S Eat Douglas. :o enue.
I. H. MATTING LY.
rirs!clin. Office. o er Loudon Tailors, "o. 155 X
L S. ORDWAY, M. D.
nomoospithlst. Offlcc corner Douglas and Law
irenec nenuo, nxinu 1 and 3; telejihoue 13.
tiouweelcswerc over and the dame was about cadence, really Use result of accuracy; and,
to reruni to to-.vn she sent for her Jehu and j , the bigoted enemies of the republic have
Ins bill Running her eye down its awkwjrd , control of most of tho French news gathering,
columns sho paused. '""What is this item, j erroneous deductions aro the result. J. G.
sir'' said she: I cannot understand it.' And J Kiemsi? iu Cb.o X.-1-
with equal gravity ho rejoined: fSass ". j
I don't often take it; but when I do, I j Tho New rostal Cards.
charge:' The bill wa? paid, and tho trage- j The n0. dcsj, wiH nt onco accepted &3
diennc and the bucolic philosopher were fast ; improvement upon that nor.- in use. It
friends ever after. Tho Beacon. 5 of one piece of engraving instead of
. " I two pieces, as on the present card. Ahead
T. . . . ! of JelTersOii, a miniature portrait after the
Iaionto Trip for Canoeists. 1 . . , . ' . .
, . ... .. . T , 1 - ! original m the state department, occunies a
The circumnavigation o Statcn Island is a ctral pce on tlw unper third of the canL
favorito trip for some of the venturesome 0vcr head m u ?ht letters, are the wonls
Neu- York oanoet buch tnpj c-nerally j Statesn fn L supporte1 br
includs an afternoon start and a c?p on , ,. nt kft d richt , tha
chore over niht.
RS. SEL1NA H. MILLER.
Sheep Often Wear Chamois SMii.
Tho Boot and Shoe Record says that tho
number of animals from which the chamois
skins are taken which are killed in a year
docs not exceed 1,(XX), while tens of thousands
of rhamois skins aro put upon tho trade
yearly, and wonders what is the matter. Ths
Record should lie aware that a good many
sheep wear chamois skins New York Com-
Centml n enue.
words "postal card" in distinct letters. Un
der the head are the words "000 cent, ami
beneath the border line ineiosuig tho designa
tion of value is tho line: -Nothing but the
address to be on this side."" The dedgu is
graceful and light, and its advantage over
tho old 022 is tiiat the idea of putting tha
jtamp osT at oe side and tha designation
cf the article at the opposite side is aban
doned to secure an exclusive design with
the strongest feature of it in the center.
Washington Cor. Xetr York Times.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gas Works
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS.
OFFICE N W COI' 5TH and 3IAKKET STS. ST. IX)CLS. ulr. u ,-,-. ... . .
ofucu x w- cor. 3LVI.V and docglas .wnxuc. WICH ITA, KAN.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
t)F EVERY DESCRIPTION AT THE
Old Eeliable House
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
C. O. DAVIDSON. IYesIdent. K. S. CATES. Eiamlner. II. V. GIUIA.V, VUnMTck . Nasl.Ui. H. n
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
fFFICE WITH CITIZENS n VXK. Northwest 1
lr Corner Main Street and Douglia A enue. )
B. D. ALLEY, Notary Iul)lR
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ALLEN, GRAHAM I CO.,
(Surrosfco to Wkhlla I jnd nml Loan Company.)
Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur
ance and Make Collections.
TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTS
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1 DOUGVSAVKNUE. WlV. i I I J V, IVAS.
0. B. STOCKER,
E I Fire Clay,
Grates, R S Eire Brick,
MAKJ3LE: DL8T,- WHJTIO SAXI),- LATH
Lime, Hair. New York and Michigan Piaster.
Louisville and Portland Cement.
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AUI) and OFFICE --Oa Taler Streot. ltee DouIm Anu
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GLOBE -:- IRON -:- WORKS,
Foundore and Machinit
STEAM ENGINES AMD BOILERS
Irrm nod Ilraw CMtttu; ttti XtOiay r.i! Snai'JU
Ilou-"evUns in any efra to wnhv. Agcttt t r tw
lakl?y l)n K:sm rtimjH. UtktNl'f , ,-iir
In? doa" on bort rvti a Mfaretfs tn I
FOR SALE ' !
moneyed lYien Keaa mis
. We are se'l na.ots in Ca.ev Par at te extreme io;nricea -of 2x5.It;250.
ICtlT. InA fi(r n-t. U I-v4a is,. rn.. Tk L.-. ......... t..J .J
valks all laid Terms easy It has been ieportd that ve vere getting $400
and $500 perb;. It is not so. Eery lot it Care ParV. v!l bring that hy net
spring. Remember that Carey Park is from 12 to K feet higher than Doug
las avenue Street cars run the entre length of Carey Park You are nv tetJ
to call and see a plot of Carey Par' and oet full particular! of
E.C. andL.B. QOLB.
329 Doi-g'asaye'- Oppc e fahattan Hotel 79-tf
Br8iil3ig j JmibBB
Trunks. Valies, Shopping
Pockot Books and Fine
Willow Ware, Eta Etc
125 W Douglas Ave.
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WICHITA ICE COMPANY.
Will deliver ICE to any part of the City.
Order by mail or give orders to driven of oar wagons.
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