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3!fce tKKtctata gattg gagle: S&nrsdag ptotrniufl, ctobet; 21, 1886.
R. B. TIME TABLES.
St. T, Ft. S. A. "W. K. R.
EAST BOEX- T--D.S.
Kansas c '-Express. Daily .7.40 p.m.
St. Louis. Mall, Daily 9.33a,m.
Way Train, except bunday 3 15 p. m.
Hutchinson Mall, Dally 7.5) p.m.
Hutchinson Kxprcss, Dally S-SJa. m.
Anthony Expre, Daiiy 10 a.m.
Anthony Mail, 11t Sin) p.m.
"Way Train, except Sundays 2.1j p. m.
Wichita - ColoraJo.
Mt. Hope Accommodation
Mt. Hope Accommodation
1:00 p. m.
'f Dally except Sunday.
.S. F. K. K
.... 7:H)p. m.
. S"a. m.
. 2S0 p. m.
.. 7 p. m.
... 2Jp. m.
. . 335 a. in.
... 7:40 p.m.
Solnt; Torth, PasJengcr
Soing North, Accommodation .
3olg South. Passenger
Going South, Paxsensur
Going South, Accomnicdation .
Going North, Passenger. .. .
Going North, AccoaimudaUou
Going Sowth, Passenger .
Coins South. Aecoraro-Taation
Going North. PMeiwer
Going South, Passenger .. -
V,-ichIta A Venter
..... 8 JO a. m.
Vo. 1 Mall nxpret .
5t. Louis Sn J'rancSsco.
....0:30 a. m.
... 530 p. in.
Going West, Passenger. ,
Going Wert, Pnenger..
Going West, Freight . .
Going Kast, Passenger. .
Going East, Freight. .
Going Ea-st, Freight...
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attoraej at Law. Wichita, Sedg-. Ick county, Kan.
Offlce in G.'i:tentiial Block. dlwtr
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at Law. Onlee 117 K Dougla? a enue.
.-1th AHgf..lmerica:i Loan and la esttnent Co.
JONES & MONTAGU t.
Atiornerstt Ijiw. OHlee in the Eagle Block, over
Hoey & Co's Dry Goo-Is ntore.
7. V. C OH-3EIX-
JAS. I- BTER.
CAMP3ELL &. DYER
.KUnmey at Law , V ichlta. Kn.
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attorney-at Law. No, U5 N Jlulu St.. oppasltc
-v)toniee. Commercial collections a speeialtj.
Will practice In tate and Pederal courLa.
Attorney at L?
No. 2C1 East Douglas avenue.
Attornev at Law. Office. No. 121 N 3Ia!n street, up
t& "Text to povtofllco. Wichita. Kan. OJOwmr
W. E. STALEY.
Attorned s-at Ttw. Wichita. Kansas.
J. F. LAUCK
Vttorney-at Law. Office first door north of U. S.
Land office in Commercial Block, Wichita, Kan-as.
Special ottentlongUen to all kinds of business c-n-necteil
with the United States I-tnd office. .
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Atrn-neys-at Law, Eagle Block. Wichita. Kansas.
C UUCOLES. . .
n. H. UOY3.
RUGCaLtb a. KUYb.
AUomevsit-Iw. Offic-oer No.ISS Main stteet,
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney at Law. Will practice in all Ksaias
courts. Collections a specialty, offlce over Smith &
btover'B. Doaglas avenm-. ichlta, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Attorney at-Law and collection agent,
street. Wichita. Kansas.
E D PARSONS.
Attorney at Law and Real rotate Agent.
oppolt Manhattan hotel, room 3.
H. E. CORN.
Attorney at Law. Offlce over 1.3 Douglas avenue.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attomej-atLaw. Office over Hyde S. Humble.
Book store, lit -lain street, up btairs. A lehlta, Kan.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney-at Lw. WoodmanS B.mk building, 140
o. w. couvos.
IIOBI- kt zi. rvrr.
COLLI NGS& PLATT.
Attorneys at Law. Will practice in state and fed
c-alcourtH. Office In TempU- blick. 31aln street, set
oud stalrwav north of post otlite. Wichita, linsas.
",UI3' ADAMS & ADAMST
Attorneys at Law. vrill practice in state and fed-1
eral courts. Office lu Eagie DloCK, v icnua, ivaus-
HARRIS. HARRIS & VERMILLION
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wk,hit,
0. D. KIRK.
ttornev at Iiw. P.oom No. 3. U. S. Land Offlce
uulhll-g. Wichita, Kan.
Office In Temple Block, V
Attorney at Iiw.
rt & 5 1VTTPV
Lawjers, AVichlta. Kansas. Office southwist cor
ner ilarfcet street and Douglas ae.
GEO. W. CLEMENT, J R
Attorney at Law. Orllo' m Mala street,
National Bank lutldlug, Wichita, Kan.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties Dlscaos of the Eye, Ear. Xese and
ThrcKit. Catarrli and tttting classes. Offlce southwest
corner Doughis and -larket. up stairs, Ichlta, Kans.
Ttomn-onathlst. General pnetice. chron!c dUcase-
and illsc-sca of females, lileplume -o.,U
Htlc and residence oer wi .v m s
re.J17 N Jlaln street, ichita, Kan.
irtlce hours, t, to 10 a- ir to i iv. m., and
V. H WELLS,
rin-.Icn and Sumeon. Ofilee Cor.
and Douglas aves; Elliott bloc. room b.
onice mslit aud day. Wichita Kansas.
P. D St. JOHN, M. D.
OfSce 21" East Dousl aic. KcsMonco-XH ot th
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
" OKlce and resl.leuce, ?! I Doasla." atnue. outh side.
Cu-aeV block. o er Derby s Implement store, U Ieit
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
Homoepa-hL-t, Ofilee with Dr. R. Iathp , italn
Btret, econd stairway north of ptvtonice. l'.esj
dence. I01T North fourth btiH?t, near Union depot,
Wichita. Kansas. Tilephoue No. Itl.
DR. J. J. STONER
nontei?path!st. OfiUs oppo-lte postofSee. ItesI
dpnee, GSJ North Haw street, w icnua, !,
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON
riiyslcl.ins and SurRtos. Oi
Ite Occidental hotel. Itcside;
Onice Diwm bUvc. oppo-
ua, water btrect.
ooruer Oak street.
DR. C. C. ALLEN
Physician and Purreon. Offlce and residence 4)
cslas a enue. N'e' and effectual treatment of
heniorrho'ids, and diseases of w oman a sivvialtj .
or.lce :tT Hain street, over Koch: A, Sons' btore,
Wiehita. Kan. Telephone at residence.
E B. RENTS, M. D.
PhyslcUn and surgeon. OKlco o er FtiUer i Son's
J. l-iTON VC J. 5 If.
T. E. WnLCW. 51. D
DRS. WELCH Si WELCH.
0cc224Douplas avenue. Wichita. Kansas, where
tl.ny maj be found at all hoars.
Fhvsleians and Sur?eon. Office on w est lde of
Jlaln Ktreet. first statn j south of ilasonlc buihlinsr.
Telephone to A. D. T.
PALMER C JAY.
Phj slcl.m and Surwcn. Offlce at D G. Terry's ilr-g
store. 91 East Dougias axnue.
T "rT'M.ATT! N G LY "
Physicin. Offlce over London Tailor. N'o. 13 X
DR. CHARLES A WILSON,
Phvslclan and Surseon. Will continue his prof
ftoninall lu branches. Consultation frw. OBn
and residence at 151 N". Jlaln . over Wsiler 1111
lcr'g paint office. 100
Will be at l5
L S. ORDWAY, M. D.
Homoospathlst. Office comer Douglas and Law
rence avenues, rooms 1 and 5; telephone 133.
ALLEN WALKER, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon. OIBfc 122 N. Main St., Old
P. O. Building. GUes special attention to Diseases
of Women and Children and Midwifery.
Dr. Walker hold? a special certificate for hospital
practice in the University Hospital. Baltimore, Md.
J. E. BENNETT, M. D.
Or tlif firm of
"Hall H Bennett," does a general
nractlcp. l)iir srives SDeciai iw:""y" i. '".V"."
practice, but give special
EPILEPSY or falling fits,
the OPIUM HABIT,
In this patyr.
J. H. TILDEN, M. D.
Snecial attention given to Surgery and Gjnaecol
nrnesidence42S S. Market Office 223 N. Main,
Williiitanj part of thf itato In consultation cr to
perform surgical operations. 105-:r
D. W. Smith. U. S. Holanci.
SMITH & HO UG LAND,
Detlt. Eagle building. Douglas avenue, Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without pain.
Best set artificial tmh, $S0. Office 217 East Douglas
avenue. V.'ielilta, Kan.
rn i r nrM
LK J. t. JtAN.
Opposite the iKMtofflce. Teeth extracted
W I rnVI P ? Wll CfM
Dentists. Office o-.er Barnes iz Son's dreg store,
Toaclser of Pla!
, Organ and Theorj', H2 North Zla
GEO. T. THOMPSON
Professional I'iano Tuner and Itepalrer. P.efer-1 tandnnl --ice ftuelndins all necc-sarv track
ence-, Catherme Ba-ell and Thomas, .Shaw i Co. All , "J ?"Xhi fit 1 i.1 HrVnbovo name'd and
planoktuneebv th wave -ystem-the only method and switches into f?1"7 m S' v
that v. ill tune jour piano perfect and make it sound I have cara running thereon from some poln. oa
cliarraing. Work guaranteed. lystve orde-s with j the east liLe oi sedwicti county, liantfl, m
Thomas Shaw & Co., music dealers, ilam. street. i to said citv, on or btfore Septeoiber SOtn, A.
- --- I r- i.g-7. ?Uel2v.-,bvactof God an-t orders ci
G A- MASTERS,
Formcrlv of Boston and Chicago, has opened an
ofticcin tiie Ooera House, corner of Market and , :tnd council mav dem advisable; ana also lix
Pirst streets. V7 2m , inp the time tor holding a special election,
which Wh tirv mnv li held. PS bv law provi'i-
A. w. r.usu.
RUSH & GILES,
Architects and Superintende
JIcNees building, room 7.
Office In Ellotti
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and srpei Intendent. Plans and specifica
tions for all eLiasc. cf buildings. Oillce o er Hyde's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architects and Superintendents. OSIcc In P.ovs
blcck. "Wichita, Kfti.
W. T. rROl'lJtOOT
Architects and Superintend-rntd
Office In Eagle
Dr. D. T. SMOKE
Veterinary Surgcm; graduate of Philadelphia Vet
erinary College of 7 . Proprietor of Horses Home,
opposite G. A. B. bulUing. lt. &t. Telephone 17-'. dUa
The Pliotozraphrr. Pictures in all 'Izes and -tjles.
He al-o carries the l'net a-soitment (' picture
tramea in the city. Olve him a friendlv lI1 and ex
B. S. GARRISON.
Justice of the Peace. Ofilce with Woodcock
Dorsey, In Doaey building.
taught bv mall . AddretH
J. W. PAltSO.NS, Tremont, Ohio.
DR- E. M. CONKLING,
Cor. ilalc and Sconl streets, Wichita, KftDsas.
DISEASES OF THE EECTULI
and all CK?.ON"IC DISEASES aSptxIalty.
Succe-aor to Dr. J. 31. P.ittprson tn tho ii?s of tlic
celebrated BftENKXRUOI-F 1'AINLEsS SYSTK3I. the
tnost sueoe-sfnl -; stem ;. et !L-eo ered for the cure of
pile-, rectal ulcr. S-,Mire tKtula In ano. itchins plies
paljpu. e'e. If knife, Iipruure, cauten o-chloro
form; no lt-fntirn from Jn.-.Ine-,; greatly lmproed
In--trunients. Ofl'ce hours') t It 50 a in , 1 to r ai.d
fc otosp. m. Sun.lir- to 4 p n. Consultation and
i. -iminatiun fie. r r f r lull information.
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, ,, ,--. . . . - --, ,
n n .H H R R & N H 0 M
tliU lit Oli ilHUKJUU
l) Surgical Institute.
1 1-rn.eriy of Decatur I1L
13 East "oniU - r venue, Wichita. KanMis.
Dr. II. Brandom, one of the Twit Hrothers. pays
special attention to the treatment of Cancer. halas
treatee a Eirre number of cases with uaher-al sue
eess. I fef I it my dut to saj to thoe suffering with
tle dreatl di-easr Cancer, that I feel ture tliat I can
euro j ou, if not too far gone. Oul before the system
becomes Impregnated tvi-h the cineer Irus No
mone required until cancer l removed.
I win refer y--u to a few cases treated and cured.
ITerman Funke. Wichita, Kan., Arthur J. Alderon.
Rome, Kan . Easton Whltten. Rome. Kan.. Adam
Wolf. Oatville, Kan Henry Kbien. Oatville, Kan.
Lumber Dealers !
Wichita. Ivlayfield, Wellington, S
Harper, Attica, Garden Plain,
AntlionY, Arkansas Citv, An-1
dale and Haven. i
STEDMAN & CRANE-
FIRE, TORNADO, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
OFFICE 100 DOCGLAS AVENUE.
(Ovar Br's Drus StoreJ
Largest Agency in-the Valley.
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. I No 3
For a special election in Wichita city, Sedg
wick county, Kansas, in the matter of the
Wichita, Cedarvale & Southeastern Hallway
To'the Qualified Voters of Wichita City:
Whereas, On the 13th day or September,lSS6.
there waa duly presented to the Mayor and
Councilmen or Wichita, Kansas, (said major
ad council being duly convened in regular
e-slon regularlv called) , a petition duly sign
ed by two-fifths or the resident tax payers of
Wichita city, prajing said mayor and council
to submit to the qualified vottrs ofaid city a
proposition to subscribe thirty thousand dol
lars to the capital stock of the Wichita, Cedar
vale & Southeastern Hallway Co., oil on con
ditions E3 set foTth in said petition, which
petition tignatnrc; "oelg omitted, is in words
and figures following, to-wit:
Wichita, Cedarvale &. Southeastern Ry.
To the Mayor and Council of the City of Wichi
ta, eugmi. uounty, ..::; i
We, the undersigned, beinjc more then two- j
5 (J-o) ol tee resicenc tax paytra oi me
incorporated city of V. ichita, in tid county
and biste, hereby petition the mayor and coun
r U r,f pniri i-itv .siiove-r smfcd to submit, at A
special election, to the qualified voter-j of sold i
city auove naraea a roi osiiion to buushuu ij
, tbe capital stock of the Wiehita, Cedarvale &
! Southeastern hallway Company; a railroad
I companv duly organized and existing undtr
the lawoof the state o Kansas, which proposes
to constru.t a railroad Into the citj above
i lar? (550,0.y w). Anu inpayment, mr sum sua-
j scription to the capital stock of said companv,
! bonds of said ck , with coupons attached
shall neualviss eUanU uem erect in turns ui
live hundred dollars ($3X0 each, aggregating
Ithe amount of thirty thousand dollars U-oJ,
iihjO 00) , payable in twenty (20) j eft'b i:om uate
or issue, each bearmp ix per cent interest,
1 pav&Ule eemi-at-rually; both principal and in
terest pavabl at theficcl agency of. ihe date
I of Kansas in the citv ot New Turk; such bonds
I to be duly issued and delivered upon compli
' ance with the conditions hereinlter te: out
, and deiiverv cf f-tock in said ro-.d aa i by
1 law iroii'.eti The conditions tifon which
I said subscription to the capital stock of said
companv i male are,
Jh-.tsMrt Wichita, Cedarvale S. Southea-tern
' t- nilirmr f nmtianr cll.lll rvinstrUCt & railroad Ol
court orjude thereof exc pted.)
And we pray that said nmycr and council,
upon indentation of this petition, duly con
vene and make an order, which oruer shall
embrace the terms and conditions of ibis peti-
' tion , and such other conditions as aui mtjor
.,. ,- ,, 1(j- jaW8 of Kansas. 1376,
anil amendments thereto, loueiermine'wueii.er
pnchsnliscrintinn shall he made.
And the form of the ballot to be mea at such
special election for and against slid proposi
tion so submitted shall be as follows, each
qualified voter voting for said proposition -bail
have piinted or written on nls ballot:
"For subscription to the capital stcckof the
Wichita. Cedarvale & Southeastern Itsilway
KaJi qualified voter voting agalnstsaid prop
osition shall have piintel or written on his
"Against subscription to the cap.tal stock
of the V, ichita, Cedatvale & Southeastern liail
A'nil wheres, said board of mayor and coun
cil, in pursuance to said isetitlcn, being duly
convened as bv law provided, an t after having
examined said petition, found that the earn
was in due form, and w as duly signed by more
than two-lifths of the resident tax payers of
oaid city, and duly made an order, granting
the prayer of said petition, and o. derm;: that a
special election shall be hell in said city on
the-ddayofXovember, A. I). l-C, to deter
mine whether said city shall subscribe thirty
thousand dol ars to the capital stock of said
cum;i.inv. and issue bends to said company in
payment therefor, m the terms aud conditions
all as set out in aaid petition, and further or-
! dering that in the event tnata majority of the
! voters voting at said election, cast heir ballots
infn'vorofr; id proposition, and vote to isauo
I boads in pavmeut therefor, then the city clerk
' of said citj" shall forthwith, for r.cd on be
half, and in the name ui si-i city, suoscrioe
I SJO.iX.O-Jto the st ct. of said CJinuany. And
j it was futther ordered that if said railway
companv fully comply with the conditions of
said subscription, then the mayor of the city
and the city clerk of said city, shall duly
issue bonds of said city in said sum; said bonds
to bear six (G) percent interest, principal a!
interest to be due aud poj able e.3 Ect out In Eaid
And it was further ordered thci tb.9 ballots
to be used at such election thail be ls follows
Each qualified vot-r, voliDg at huch election
in favor of said proposition, shall have written
or printed on Ills ballot,
'Fortuwseriptionto the capital stock of the
Wichita, Cedarvjle & Southeastern Hallway
And each nualiPed voter voting against said
proposition shall h-ve wTittta or jir.nted on
"Agiiet subscription to the capital 6tock of
the Wichita, Cearva'o & southeastern Bail
war Comnanv. ' '
And it wa3 further ordered that such election
! be held on the '2ad day of November, Js&j, at
I the follo-ningvoticg precincts In sail city, to
In the lirst ward at S. V . Ford's livery
I stable on Soutli Main street
In the Secsnd ward at IlatinM carpenter
1 shop on west side or Alain street between i irst
and Second streets.
In the Third ward at "o. 110 .rorth Ifurket
In the Fourth war 1 at A Smith's carpenter
shop, corner of laln ai.d Third street
la the Fifth ward at Seaman's ical (state
ofllcc on Chicago avenne
Said otmg places being the regular estab
lished voting precincts in said city. And it is
i further ordered that the mayor f aid city
dnly make and issue this proclamation lor the
date Pnd at the r'&ce3 designated, and that he
j give thirty days printed notice in the Wichita
Dailv Beacon and Wichita Daily F.agle, print
1 ed a published and in general circulation
throughout said city, and that said mayor post
' notices as required by law.
i Therefore, 1, B. W- Aldrich, mayorof Wich
ita, 1D323, by virtue of authority in me by
lw vtsted, and in pursuance to the b:ve or
der of said couccii, do hereby give puhlicprcc
l.iiration and due notice that a bpeelal election
shall be held in said city at t e places above
dcsigna'ed on November 2nd, A I1 5sSS, to
, determine whet'.iersai J city shall make such
' subscription arTtt Issue said boads on the condl
1 tions set out in caid petition.
such election shall m all respects be con-
, ducted, the returns made, result ascertained
' and declared, all as rrovlded by law forgeneral
inwitne3 swhereof I, I). W. Aldrich, mayor
of Wichita, Kansas, have hereunto f: my
hand, at the city of Wichita, ti.i3 1st day of
R W. ADEicn,
Major ot Wihir3. Kansas.
Attest ri.ED ScitAiTNEh, ity Clerk
B. K. BROWN,
Furniture I Jewelry.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, KANS.
W. H. STERNBERG,
Contractor and Builder
Office and Shoo 349 Main St.
FIRST CLASS WORK at LOWEST PRICES. Esti
mates furnished on hort notice. WICHITA. KAN".
H. McKIM DUBOIS
I have aa accurate et of bnks ad am prepareC to
make full aud
Complete Abstracts of Title
To any rroperty in Scrwlck County.
OiEcs-Over 12 Italn Strr .
Wichita. - Kan.
SANTA FE BAKERY
' lithe Place to get Everything Xr
I First-Class Bakery.
u.unu u. ,jx, : tvt'i s
144 MAIN STREET.
Pure Fruit Extracts.
G. A. Blinn& Co.
2d. St, bet. Main & Market.
For Sale by Grocers Gcaeiy. SU
Lots in veCormic33 addition
lniirs-nanas, nes near tne screen rauway. ana is convenient 10
schools and churches. There is nothing better in th market.
Four lots on North Topeka avenue at $100, less than market
Twenty lots in Ornie & Phillips aaU.it.ion at a special bargain.
Lots of almost every dimension on College Hill. The material is
ordered for street railway to that suburb. This property will
double in value.
Acres in all directions, suitable for subdividing.
House and lot on South Market street, rented for $10. Price!
Business lot on north Main street, very cheap at $5,600.
Lot centrally located on Douglas avenue, $12,500.
Fifty ft on Lawrence near Douglas avenue, $12000, very cheap, j
Fine business lot on Main street between First and Second, old '
building rented at $50 per month. $12,500.
Large lot and six new houses on South Bmporia ave. all under I
rent; pays a good interest on the investment. $10,000.
112 1-2 feet on South EmDoria ave. near Douglas. Two good
houses, rented at $20 each, east front. Price $10,000. ,
8 lots in Orme & Philips' addliton, will sell for ten days at
10 lots'in Richland addition, $150 each, must be sold this week.
19 lots in Chatauqua addition, $175 each.
Lots in Maple Grove addition east of the city. These lots are
selling rapidly at popular prices.
THE BEST OK ALL.
I have the exclusive sale of a sub-division of the Moser Home
stead on College HilL These are certainly the best lots in the mar
ket for parties intending to build. Prices range from S1500 to
$2,000 each, part time. Call early and make a selection.
Farms and vacant lands in all parts of the county.
Abstracts of title furnished free of charge.
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
are now "n sale. Tliis property
Having removed onfine stock of "Wall -Paper, Window Shades,
Paints, Glass and brushes to No. 151 N. Main st. -we are now pre
pared to fill all orders and execute all work entrusted to us nearly
and satisfactorily. "We employ none out the best workmen and all
work is under our direct supervision.
Special attention given to ail
posTorrrc- sox No. .
JOHN O. HALL & CO.
INSURANCE :: AGEI
21S DOUGLAS AVilUit WICSITA, KA2T.
sjnlv the best companies rr-proeated. cfc r titea aad r.Kl : ta fl3iv. Vrcaaf'. fjl c-vrefat
-nentioa to all ous:c3s ca.ted ta cj. KH3t U M-Totiniltns c-r aI sr rci-c. S
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY..
FINE CRACKERS and PURE CAXjTDIES.
. 41S and 420 BAST DOUGLAS AVS-TUE.
iita Citj Roller
-sfacture the Follow
X. L. C.
Thac bran3 have been oa the market cast, -w et. north anJ south tor ta yeacs, atul Ujv hvs won an
' "-viable reputation vihcrover lntrouct. To try 1i!j tostaywlth thnu Were!wjs tn Ur4rVt
w heat at lsit csh jvricc
OLIVEK, IMBODBIT & CO.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
! Water and G-as Works
OFHCE X-W COB. 5TH and I-LVUKET STS. ST EOflS.
oriicE y w con 3i.u.v and Docotas a:m:e.
GLOBE IRON WORKS!
Founders and Jtaehinists.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
' - Iron and brass castings, pulleys and shafting and all kinds of ma
chinery. House castings in any design to order. Dean steam pamn
and pumping machinery. All kinds of repairing done on short n t' 'r
andlsatisf action guaranteed.
A. FLACG, Proprietor.
Forfeit if the " COIIN'S GII-I s r-t a
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The CORN'S GIRL'' iiar
tnade with the
Crop Havan3, and is finer in quality than
it has ever been.
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for three yr
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JOBBER op CIGARS,
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Cswrrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
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J. M. ALLEN & CO.,
iWholesale and Retai
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112 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
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MILLER & WELLER.
151 North Main Street.
H. -. CRANE.
Main 149St T7ICHITA. ICna.
Mills and fator.
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GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS.
GRAVEL ROOFS AND PAVEME'lTJ
Walks, Drives, Calkis and Cis
terns, AUW A A
Application to Iron, Yood and Stone
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RIZER & HUMPHREY,
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Pioneer -:- Lumber
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Complete Stoc t P rr- L- tc
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At Lovest Rates and Ready
S. W. COOPER,
Coiiservatory of Music
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Dtnoor. CATHERINE RVSlz
0. B. JACOBS,
MONEY TO LOAN KD IS8bPACE.
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