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Site x&Sicfcita gailij ??aglc : Jttttritay gjforoiiig, Dcto&ef 2, 1886.
CLARA MORRIS AT HOME.
GEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND VISITS
AT HER RESIDENCE.
After tlio Xlilliartl Game.
Smipuinson cnir-; homo the other night
from n lo:3t? Scries of bill:irtl games at tho
clul, v.liich hail boon intereperxl with frc
qiynt vLits ti tho buffet. "When ho arrived
homo the billiards were still upiermo-t in his
miml, but tho LuilTct was uppermost in his
head ainl Lis movements. Ho opened the
door vc xy ccutlously, intending to inako a
stealthy but bold flank movement for the bL
His s-tuni'iKl t?:i the threshold, however,
reeled ngr in&t ti;o door po-t mid fell flat in tho
mild!? of tho room. His wife jumped up
v.iih a .stsrt, nrousod by the noise. "Why,
John,"' tho exclaimed, -what is tho matters'
"3 n ri-Lt, lr.ydcar, s all right,' said he: "I
caiTomcd o i the door jam for tho bed, but I
played ic loo f'jUT Boston Record.
rflcciiirtj, Kctwopji Dam? Micct-s.
Tho London Lancet, referring; to tho deatli
of Mr. jraas, the well-known tenor, calls at
tention to the ierilof si oping in a damp bed.
As a matt"r of fact, this jxril b of tho great
est, and it is almost ever present. Tho ex
perienced traveler nireby hazards the i is'i of
sleeping between sheets, w Inch arc neai ly sura
to bo damp, until they have been aired under
his personal supervision at a fire in his bed
room. If this bo impracticable ho wraps hia
rug around him, or pulls out tho sheets and
sleeps between tho blankets a disagreeable,
but often prudent expedient. The direst mis
chief may result from the contact of an im
pel fectly heated body with sheets which re
tain moisture. "Medical Journal.
Tho ramoua Emotional Actress Under
Her Own Vino and Fig Tree How Six
Enjoya Life Intellectual Qualities A
Persons not acquainted with Miss Morris
might supposo, from her highly emotional
acting, that she was hardly of a domestic
turn, but she loves her home and stays in it
more than almost any woman of the drama.
I likened hermodoof life somo what to Patti's,
who has a castlo in "Wales and comes down to
London to sing, often by express train, and
goes back between her nights. Mr. Harriot,
her husband, bought a place of about tbrco
acres and a half, in tho midst of fino country
estates, and only a few rods back of tho Hud
son river. Ko rents, besides, about eighteen
acres of ground for $50 a year, where he
makes crops and has hay and pasture. They
keep five servants on the grounds, raise fruits,
Berries and fancy things; have five or six
vehicles in tho stables, and keep both saddle
and carriage horses. Sho is a fino rider, and
often goes over that high, infatuating coun
try. Tho house is embowered in hedge, stona
wall and shrubbery, and is a framo house,
lined with brick, quito compact and rest
giving. In front is a narrow, high porch,
with easy seats for lounging; on the sid
toward tho city is a iorto cochcie, and on the
northern tido h a glass veranda.
Entering Clara Morris' houce, you notico
that thero are fino dogs around, both for
watching and for pets. By tho way, one of
tho men had been bitten by a dog a day or
tw o before. In that iart of tho country they
Eccni to keep so many dogs that thcyaro en
tering the demesnes of tho neighbors, and
sometimes come in to bite. There is a broad
hall in tho house, and on tho right is a con
versation room, filled with souvenirs of tho
stage, sketch, books, albums, presents from
contempoiarics, and I obsencd a pair of
vases about as high as a grown man. In tho
rear of this room is tho dining room, retired
irom access, and very cosy and agreeable.
Across the hall, in tho front, i3 Mr. Har
riot's literary and correspondence, room.
Tho cellar contains a wino closet and a fine
a r.uTnvuL, nusuAxo.
JJr. Harriot is a good business man and
housekeeixjr; ho manages the infinite amount
of correspondence required to inako the en
gagements of his wife, and goes along to su
perintend both her health and her playing.
Sho travels w ith a company, and the procur
ing of this and keeping things in order occu
pies a man's whole tinio from September until
ApriL Mr. Han iot says that thero are moro
theatres being erected in America now than
at any time in his cxpci ience, and that nearly
every thealro wants somo prominent star to
comc-and open it, so that ha is beset.
Thero is hardly any actress of our day with
tho literary qualifications of Clara Morris.
This is tho moro remarkable becauto her
health is very precarious. Nevertheless sho
looks better now than for tho past ton years;
her flesh scena harder, tho lines of her inter
esting faco more expressive, and the ha re
markably seeing eyes, which not only carry
mental force, but a certain land of inspiration.
In uer conversation sho very original, is an
excellent critic and is quito capable of taking
a play to pieces and transposing it so as to
mend tho defects of tho author who may
have made an anti-climax when bho can seo a
chance for a climax. Sho desires to play
Foma new p irts, but tho demand is greater
for her to continue in tho roles sho ha-, been
giving for almost twenty years. I think die
is about u" cars old, but at homo she looks
to bo a young girl who had hard y yet en
tered upon mai ried life. Her mother, Mrs,
Morris, is a quiet, happy-naturcd woman
greatly absorbed in her daughter." Gath's"
McClcllr.ii ami Knr:i-icln in 1SG2.
Towards evening on Xcv. 8, 1SGJ, at War
ronton, MeClellan lodo up to Uumsido't
headquarters to say that ho bad been relieved
of tho command tho army. Bui nside i o
plicd: 'I am afraid it is bad policv; very, very,
It was just at dark. I had dismounted,
end, standing thero in tho snev.-, was s,uper
intcndh.g tho camp arrangements of my
troops, when MeClellan camo up with his
ctaff, ac r.panied hy Gen. Bui aside. Me
Clellan dreu i.i hi, horse, and the first thing
he said was:
. ' Coii"li, I am relieved from the command
of th arm'" and Burnsido is my Micccssor."
1 f.epp d up to him and fok hold of his
1 i:-d, aadsaid, '-Gen. MeClellan, I am orry
f jr it." Thi-n, going ai omul tho head of hy
-rso to Burns.de, I said, '"Gen. Hurusile, 1
y rn'u! it 3-0:1. '
Burr .d l.caivl what T said to Gen. MeClel
lan; Lo turned nv.ay his lioad a":i.l mado a
1 1V1I -iVu:ie as !'e exclaimed:
C u , do'i'r spy a word about it."
In luanuci merited that kudid not wlhh
to talk .bouttLo change, i.nd he thought it
a a u't ' o 1 poli -y to do at. nr th: p::.cc to
d iii. LI told uw afterwards that he d.d not
l.'ie to tiko tho command, but that kc did
i 1 J 1 1 0 it, froi-i j'cing to Pineboxiy mani
ft tly u.ifii. for it I assumed thit ho rioaut
Hco' o 'Ikoso of us who" wero wtd ac
q:i"lit 1 wili Bur. udo laiow tliat Ik was a
bravo, loyal man, but wo di 1 not thi.il: he
had the military ability to command the
Army pf tho Potom-ic
?IcCh.lhui took leave of us on iho 10th.
Fit- John Porter s::t notes to tho corps com
manders uifonaing them thit McClelHn was
going away, and buge:t:iij that we rido
around with him. Such a sccno as that
leave-taking had novcr been known in our
army. Men died tears and there was great
excitement among tho troops. I think tho
soldiers had an idea tint MeClellan would
take care of them; wouldn't put thent in
places w here they w ould be unuecessarily cut
up, and if a, general has the coniiden.-e of his
men h-j is pretty strong. But ofiiccrs and
men were determined to servo Burnsido
loyally. Gen. U. I. Couch, in Tho Century
R. V. ALLEN, Notary l'uUle.
C. W. GHAIIASr.
C. E. JOKES, Xotsry l'ubllc.
Allen, Graham & Jones
-buy and sell-
Make Loans on Farm and Ghattle Security,
Office 414 Douglas Ave, Room. 1.
The fo'lowlngiB a telertlon from onr lsr-rp list of Improved and niiimproved farm?, for
-nle lt us, n ternia to xuit purchaser-1. We nls hi-laif t-tk r inched in tti s and ad
joining counties ai erj lw price. Grazing liuxla Jroiu $-toSIOper acr.-.
12 J00 1" in cultivatl'in. hoae andetihlL-.
Kod oM-liMrd, f-ni'rd into4' anl SOacre
uel'B witli wa er r ni i g thiougn and
t'onef-d intoi-ery 40 ncro tract. One f
the finest grnin and beet arranged stock
tiirm- in unens. one-half mile o-chml,
twi aii-i a halt miis u g-xxi railroad
town, 11 ml t b ti Wichita; $12 i00, on
third cstli balance to suit imi chaser.
22 ICO. ISO in c-iltivition, SO acrB tame grass.
10 acres timber, goort hmiec and stable,
leveed: lS.'icres in hog lota a "I ca raN,
goodwill pump "nd wind mill, good or
chard good i-pritig 1 mile to scrmol
three and a lialrrniit-s to De-ruy. on r.ul
roid. flue farm. St'.lOJ, on t'ood icrms.
3J ICO, 90 In cultivation, house stable, crib 21
ina-tnre. ft-no-d; 2wllsMid cr-tk good
orcliar-i,C rol- to -c-Hool. 7J u ilra to
"VViehith; St. 51.0, i cash.
37' 1C0 15 in cnlthation, lioase stable and
crib, nice jnng onhnnl lenet-d wvll.
pump and windmill; Hi milfrt to Valley
Con er, choice bottom faiia; S'! 0-0.
45K1'0. CO In cultivation, bnu-,6 barn, cribe
nmt gr i cr, 4-ton rtfnk rcile.nlce young
orchard, good wellb, $1 0C). tcrma.
G2 3C0, Min ultivation, email honst' ai.il fcU-
ll. crlliaiMi gran er, some iruu: i ninf
tciBcbo 1. 3Xnil-f' railroad lown, 10
nillea to Wictisa, $3,000.
7S0. 200 In cultivatb n 3" acrei pasture,
fenced: gool bou-o, bir and Bhfd.'iiiilies
t ra'lr ad town, llmiledto Wichita;
cC 32J 140 in cultivation, CO pasMi e fenced:
niw jon g orchard 2 wells, cistern; M
Utile to m hoot. 3 to one and 4 nil e to in-
otner railroad town Shi miles to Ichita,
very cheai; S'J.OOD, i iath. )
CC 320, 210 in cultivation, houoe. str.ble and
grainery.tood well and c ek. 1 mile to
F-hool, 11 ml'"to Wichita; good corn
farm; 87,500, terms.
1CS 100 M) in cultivation, hotipr and stable,
Irultand lorest trec, fencd: 20auresif.8
tur fenced, 4 mil. s to railioud town; j
127-1C0, 110 in cultivation, rr acre pibtnre.
lemed. hou-e and lam, Ilog and laitle
luiB tn ed; tonu Imit: 5 mile- to Wi h
lta, flnciew of the city; 88,500, terms.
155-125 in cultivation, 2 acres timber, good
lutn-f ai d or n. fenred; vol's, crchard.
5 mi'es t.. rjilroau town, y niii'.-a to
Wichita; $0.4! 0.
1C5 1C0 1P0 in cnltiviition. hrtr.fe, bam aid
crib, fumed and croi-t. etced.40a re pus-tun-,
gooilorcbarl. 1 mile to tchool, 5
miles to railroad town; 81,500, terms.
203 1C0 llOlncu! lvation, house. Bttble an!
crili w ell, son e irult ; SH miles to -2 rail
road owns, 12 inlle3 t Wicliita; $3,500,
221 HO M)i'' cultivrtbn, hou c, graincry st'i
bleaiid cub. 'eiioed ami cos fenced, 30
ac e- hog I.'ht; 3 good uellsml ulie
creek. Hue on hard; 7 miles to rui road
town,2f miles to ltosetlill; SJ.5'0, part
221 0, 50 in cultha'.ion, boupe. 'moXe liouss,
(lalde. grainerv, crib and lenceo. we'l.
goodorcliard; one. Mid a fourth mi ca t
cliunh.2 ii ile- to . O , 8 milt 8 to rail
road town; 82,50): $1.0 JO on tin.e.
270 1C0, 70 in cn'tivi-tion, lniiFe, B'able, crib
ai d 2earrnl. Id lot- and fented io I
oi chard: 3Jf in:.e-i to rail o d town
27J 1,52', 200 in cultivation, well lm;rfted. all
ieiicel and all w-rercd, lln rrain and
(tock l.nrm; 3 in 1-- to railroad nn
tv.o-tbirds of it bottom, C-2J,0U0. terms.
271 l'S. ICO in cullivation, fenced and cros
leni-td: go. il boiihe, btabl and crll-,
llettjolgcol fruit, good well, $5,0 0,
27C 100 Oin cnllivptlor, good hotife ai.db-.n..
jung orchard ,3 milts to Uodd;tid.$,00J.
2 1 10, JtOin ciilt'vhtion, J-roombr up stable,
jftituro le ictd, 2 m la to latinjai town,
2-2 401. mitftble fur i:bdi b'inp, three niiier
lr in kiojil:; price and tem s o:i appli
cation. 2i3 321, 51 in eultivntion, botinO and st-ibip.S-lO
lencet (jr pa'uie go "I 'eli; ! imlea
Irom Wi.hita, spe. ial bargain; $7,(-t0, ii
-SUfl. 100 in ciiltivalior, iioue, stabl.1, crib';
etc pasture, leiited, lieniing cicv ard
Hi Bt-. la 8 b torn land, i mil to teluo!
2 miles to i:ii!i ad town; 87 (J0.
31660, 80 in cultivation, honi-eand -tiible,crib
aucgraccry. heiigo I rdl around, 9 f-cres
id good unit. 2 gji'd well-, SJ rods to
357 J80. 2ji in eultivntion, 2 geed houses, good
barn, f-n el al aou'd, partnre fenced,
good rchinl. 1 m.leto rfiool. 7nnl s to
Wichita wry tle u.r.u aud very chejp;
$12.(01, time on part.
353 1C0. HOln cultivation, house and &t.ble,G 0
rod-of g oil hedge, well, 1:0ml orchard;
mile torchuol; Sl.ttfl. $l,.r,C0duc Oct
lw:, 'J j er ct.
3C3 1(51 93 in cul Ivalion, houre and stable.
well. -10 rods 10 s'lool, 3 mi eb to tA
roi.il town; a; eciat barg in and tiecisl
3C7 1 0 120 In cultivation, hons a"d s-t ble,
j.u.iiir' j-. fenced into 40 acre tields:2 wells
g odoTi'lsaiil ot all kiudb of lruit, good
hum; S4.0J0, pait t nid
372 1C1, 91 in cultivation, hou-e, stable and
trrainer, well and epring, some ore ard,
2 H miles to railroad town; $5,200, terms.
.i"4 32, Imugo ba-n,bug y phe 1 and grain ry,
all fenvd, go.d c-trr.ils an I ftedlo'ts
teniel; 2 nn lea to achool, 1 nd!e to
SSI IO 70 in cultivation, house and b-.m. 15
Here- pasture, (ecccd; a mile to eiliool,
3 miles to Andovt-r on ifriaco road;.5,2'JO
$coj 4rs, 8p-rct.
3-7500. 320 in cultivation, g'od bou'e. b'irn
and grainery, fenced .iiid cro-s fencd.
leed ioib Mil carrala l"ncetl; lunuing
-ater aud ttir ogood wellti, line oichard.
5 miles to Amealt-y, 3 10 Edgecomb:
33 F 1(0 (Oin 'iiltivatlni, good grantry, 3K
unit-, lorailioail lown, very lice laud 12
mi lea 1 1 Wichita; SI 00.
405-1CO. 120 in cil'ivatlon hoiwe Ft3be. crib
grainery ami c rrais, enc d and crri-a
leni-fd.2 Wells piunpand wi d mill. Hue
ai.dluge r.b.rtlot all kinds of lruit; yt
iiiile to Bcli'inl. 3 mile o Andoer on
Frisco r.iiiroad, $0 000, 1 art time.
42! ICO, 110 cultivtled, new 3-rot in hou-e
jianiny ami cellir, BinoSc hon-e, fenced
and cron- lencetl gool hoic lot 2 good
wells, ice young orchard, 81 rods to
B'hool mth 6 to Derbv, Kose Hit 4
S2-) ICO. 10 in cultivation, house, etibln and
cub. hon e lei.te. well, creek: 3i mileito
Garden Pjains,40 rods tit-chool; S'.Og0
The Oldest and Largest House in the City.
ALDRICH & BROWJsf ,
lesa'le and Retail miik
Nos. 138 and 140 Main street.
i -Cunty frrae'r
r. a. uouskv.
Ex-O nnty Cl'k.
J. E. JOHNSTON,
Beal Estate and
Investor :- of :- Capital.
Business Lots and Sub-Dividing Aerej
Property a Specialty.
CTKANG-ERS visiting the city vrith a view of investing, will find
it to their interest to call at Room Ho." 1, lTotle Block:, Corner
Douglas and Topeka avenues, and see Dlats of the Three Inside
Additions, all of which are within ten minutes walk from the
Sole Agent for these Additions.
J. E. JOHNSTON.
WOODCOCK, D0RSEY & CO,
Ml MM. ABSTRACTS & MS
Office, Dorsey Building, Opposite Court House,
"WXC ZT Sl, jSULjDST
J. R. HOLLIDAY.
J. R. HOLLIDAY ! CO.,
Sucwsscrs to 3I.UOH Jt HOLLIDAY. DraUrs U
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 S. Douglas Ave.. Wichita, Kan.
C. A. STAFFORD.
T. F. CI.EO
Real Estate and Loan Agents
Office south side Douglas ave, 2d stairway w of Lawrence.
:;0 sn -10 In cult vation. '2 roo house r."iarr
picture It-nc- i ; rclianl. -well nivl .'it.-ln'-cali
rl'.er bjltom, $1,00.
29110). 10 ) cvjliivu'c I, fcnTil; malI loao. i
EDtlil.' and ci Ih, k oil onlmril well, pump j 170-
mul winil mill 5 mile to rilroj.il town,
liO rous totcliool, $1,2(0, urm. 177-
l"i" i0, 701nf wltiTfliion, hr.e, BtMo crib", J
etc., tt-nced into 4 fit-Ms. l'iioi! yo:ia or- ,.
chnr-1, S miles tn tkhltn, 40 toils to l,b"
tchool; 3,3lO. !
3C2 1(50 100 in en1 tivatlon, pond fi-room honp,
KOOil liaru, pralnerr lor 1,M) bu. pasture,
l-nrod; 2 gi;ml well-, cti'lcrek, vrclinnl,
i inlln tubrhoul, 4 miles to G nlJaul ami
CJinlpn flsln-; Pccil bargaisi; $1,2 -Ot1,
$1,200 4 j rs 6 p-rct.
303 lfO, 110 in cFiltivotion, hr.n-c, stable ruil
crlti hfd-il Into 4o icre flrlila, l)p?ring
orch irl; 1 n H- to echool, 6 inilt'E to rll
Toaii town; $3,500.
354 120, 2.V) in cn!tlv&tton, small hfMe. ICan
ersstaiile, picture, fanceii; fine orchnrd,
lwill? toScho d 4 m'lt'H to Dei by, very
fineiarm; f9 &J, trim.
-1C0, SO in cu'tivallon, goml hne, barn
and ciib. 2 wells, oichard; 1 mile to
ch tola mi lea toCliti-ey on laiiroad;
TO, 4M in cultivation, houe, bam. grain
ery, Hit ncrpf fnnrol wih: wire-. W!i
illT lll'f llllb i Hlll WU11-4, HUlIlK
and rier; 2 cr b o! cli'iicu irait, but-t-
m laud; S2J,SU!i, Sl-fct0 tR-.h, balai.ee
at 7 perct.
40-100, KX) In cultiv.itlon, emill ho'ts. 1 mile
to scbuol, aji milM lo laiiroad town;
440 C20 acroa 17.' 1 c iltiv-Uion, yood hou-it',
Jaig barn, fenced: 2pod 'f3. 1 wind
mm, G ncre i.i cbwrd: I m les to rtilrotii
town Uiiles to Wlctnd; $9,L0, vtry
go id terms.
41" r, ) uii!nijiovod.i:rrd?irinir, 4I miles to
railroad towi.; il.CCO.
!l 1U0, 7r in ultiva!iin, 'J-torr 7-rooin
Ir-tt-c good b rn, al-o other tabiill, 40
icae- ims lire, ffciced: we'fs, fine you m;
orehard, 5 ndleii lo ruilro.ul tnvu, S to
w icblta; $i,IMi; 5.1.0.W cith, balaccj on
1:7100, 21 in uulti V.k.n, 2Iinii8?4. 2 sj.riiig,
ii mile-, to tui rand stbti j:i: !f2,00,t;riii8
4 iS trO. C0n cr.liiva'icn, 13 ftor house, s'a
lile, well !u. ccd 2 'acres im-tur. fenced,
eon e lruit, 11 milcd to ic'ma; S-J.JW,
430 1'), IS :n cnltivj.tion. inall loiw. woil,
j ein.li tre, lUi lore-.t trees, . miles tj
rai.road town; tl 300, part tinia.
V1 V0 23." in cultivition. ood 2 story hrue
b rii24'.)M tt, lin lik .si d dei rick, 2
p ml wo Is, c'.ftt rn", 2ln acres fenced ! r
prRtu i) good be ringorcb'iiil, '.) tutfes to
W icblta. i imiu to tc'iojl; tlC 0.
171 10 i, TO in cnltlMiiion. finpll l.oti'e, near
rfcilroRd htntion; 51, MO. .JfCOoi. this-
;72 lO-i. !'!' in cr.HHt'.tion, grnl lioue and bfti i
110 fsnlr trm, tOJ lo-n l tree-; S.2,00,
473 l(i'. 0 in cnltivation, hon'e aud ttable,
j :iis tlie town r iSurdock, Kicpuau
Co,. SJ.CO; if cash,
471 10, 5in (iiliivation, no !n,i'roureLta;
473 K-0 73 in cr.lth.ition ;ouc anil fctab'e;
luCni'lruproTtd; $1,200; SiC'loa time.
-f20. :i in cultivaliin. good bou-e nI tt- -ole,
&) her b f iiredjtiiieptotk farm; .,OC0
-101, 113 Incultlvation, bonne an 1 fctnble.
4'i icrR pasture, leticed. 2 or 3 acieaiu
orcnara; &20.0; latttmic.
470 S.n, 200in cultivation, goo 1 improv nest-:
tne faim in good location; $10.OC0; gotd
4SC lta), 110 in cultivation, hou-e, bam,
fenced, well, 41 mlie-j lo r.iiiroad town.
7 inil-s to Wichita, barjjtia; $",.W);
Spccijl Larsains in city and Eubi.tban pio -
hei" 2Kacrc lot-j n College Hill.
Hv-ard tn jiv trnct-j suitable Tor platting
and rard-aiog. ery low on term to tui;
15u3ines3 I t3 on Main and Douglas avenue.
Improved and Unimproved City Property
on the best improved streets in the city.
Lots on the inside on street car lines and in
outside additions. Suburban lots on the east
side in Maple Grove addition.
Business lots and business blocks for sale
at special bargains. Several fine tracts near
the city for sub-dividing and plating.
Improved farms and grass lands in all
parts of the county; also ranches in this and
All parties wishing to buy would do well
to call and examine my list before buying
W. A. THOMAS,
The Oldest Real Estite Agency In Wichita.
TT. W. TsTT4l"NrnT.-R
V:V;"V-, I-T3MiL -:- EISECaCE.
; : And Penltr ic
ti AfnrwM Pirtlk nnrl Rrtfnlm Diiftl PrtrtiM
.-5V-T . 1 ' t.2? tCn''i.- ,V UvJUl "lul" " If.t-lUUU UUI 141 U4iCd
CA;KETS, ROBES. GLOVES, H-APi", FTC.
Ha.v two flae hearse A private ti lophous dr.i t Wlchiti CVnitttry. OUlec alwaj s open oa Doitlt
avenut. V'lt.lilta. Kass 'mrnrt atleatfoii to order, by Tekvrapb.
BUY LOTS IN
Butler -:- k -:- Fisher's -:-
We do not make special efforts to sell in any particular locality,
because :s have special bargrins
ALL OVER THE CITY
and v.c desire to.give our customers the privilege of
fail - Their - Own - locality
U. ,. CORBET I". I'ro-ildeHf.
A. TI12SS. Vice rix-ii!ftit.
J. II. ELACIC, trctai y and Treaurer
Wholesale Groeer Company
Noc. 233 and 235 North M?in St., WICHITA, KAN.
LARGE STOCK OP
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"Wewill offer for next thirty days our very lrrge stock of Spring
vrork. ccnsistmg of one very fine Vis-a-Vis, one 12-Passenger
Hack, a number of fine Carriages of different styles, also Surrys,
Phcetons, Buggies, and Spring vragons in gre?t variety,
At Cost in Our Repository.
These Lots are close to (he City Limits, and are lying between Central Ave.
and Second Street, east of town. These lets are for sale on cheap
and easy terms. No college, Uniqn depot or machine shops
are to be bu!t on them. Fcr terms apply at
BUTLER & FISHERS HARDWARE STC RE
i 10 DOUGLAS AYE.
;?'' Finest : Restaurant : in : Kansas.
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V. S. DEAN.
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DtAN I MAXW LL,
Real Estate Dealers,
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DEAN & MAXWELL
J first tafr4djr ii at V, icklUi Nulforuif rank.
ready to buy, take a small payment down and hold goods iora fevr
days. "Wiil also take good notes on reasonable time.
Now is Your Chance
To get a good vehicle at cost. Come ea.rly vhi!e there is a large
stock to select from. Remember the place,
KELLY, ALEXANDER I RAHN,
123 :liakket sthset
MONEY TO LOAN
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AKD PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOT7EST-:-HATES! 270 -:-DELAYS! .
L. B. BUNNELL & CO.
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they are cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and lareo brick
School house in connection. For further in
forijnalion call' at 61 i S Market st.
MONEY TO LOAN
On battel Mortgages and Citv Properly.
IN SMALL OR URGE AMOUNTS.
SHORT TLMJ3 AT TUV, LOWEST RA'J'KS
Wichita BankiDg Company and Farmer Banking Co.,
IIgVeST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
t WESTERN MORTGAGE AND TRUST CdJ
Govewnt, Municipal and Comity Bonds Bought and Soli
CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
ROBISON BROS., 127 MAIN ST.
Farm Mortgages, N
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Wx.S WoocKt . Cli'e.
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in which to huy. "We take great pi easure in showing property, hoth 1
city and farm.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ANSWERED.
Interest at Lowest Rates.
ACT A3 TRUSTEES FOK COBPOEATIONS. COPA2TNEES3irs, SSTATES AXD ICZVIDCAiK.
o Deiay3.pirst Qgas Valley Bank.
' Ko. 63 Main Street. - Wichita, Knnsaa
interest paid on deposits- I Do a Genera! Banking Business in all Its Modern Functions.
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f DAVID ROBISOX. JR, PRgsoEsrr. Toledo. Oilo.
OFFICE, 12.7 2wT-&.Ii'