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picUmrm ft&U:$atnpaQ jytanita& Qctobet 23, 1886.
k;r. Ttsna tables.
St. L., Ft. S. A. W. K. It.
r.VST EOUXD 7IUU.3.
Kansas City Express, Daily .7 JO p.m.
St.LoulsMj.il, Dally 9,Ta. m.
WayTruin, fcxvept Sunday 31Ji.m.
JIuu.hln.son Mall, Dally 7,1) p. m.
uinciiiiison Express, Daily Hja.rn,
AVKX0NY BRA II.
Antlin'iv V.vni P4.B. Tlnllv 9 1l)a.m,
Anthony Mail. Daily..." fi-OOp.m.
way Train, except buLdays s.ijp.m
Wichita A. Colorado.
Mt. Hope Accommodation Hi.m.
Mt.Hopc Accommodation iSJsi.rn.
tDally except Sunday.
A., T. A-S. 1". K. It.
Soing Iforth, Passenger
Goliu; Xoiih, Accommodation
3oing South. Passenger
Going South, Passenger
Goln South, Accommodation
Going N'orth, Ar-co-nmoaatlon .. ..
Going boath, laiBnger. ... .
Going South, Accommodation . .
Going North, IV.ssen(r
Going South, Passtugir
.. 7 40 p.m.
..11 lr a.m.
.. 8-23 a. m.
.. 2,T0p. m.
.. 7 40 p.m.
..12 11 p. m.
. 825 u. m.
.. 2,1) p.m.
. 8.2."i a. m.
.. 7.40 p.m.
"Wlclilt.1 J. Western.
M Arriv c.
lfo.2.Tnllnnd Eacrres SJOa. m
Ko.-i, Impress - ... ..I j p. in.
So. 1 Mail and Express
No. 3, Kxprev.
S 45 a. m.
7-rfl p. m.
2Si5 p m.
St. Louis A, San Tranclsco.
Going West, Passenger..
Going AVcst, Passenger..
Going Wi-st. Freight ....
Going East, Passenger...
Going Kast, Passmger..
Going 1',-ist, Freight
Going Kast, Freight
... 5.3) p in.
. IDU p. in.
. SO) a. m.
Attornov.it J-a vs. Wlc'.ilta, Sedgv. iclc county, ITnn.
OiTlceln.CcntMinl.il Clock. cll'ijtt
J. R. SITES.
Attorney .iM-an. Office 117 i: Douglas avenue,
vl th Augio-Anu i lean Imjm and li.v ituici.t Co.
JONES &"M0 NTAG U E.
Att i ncv3 at lav. . Onlco In tl.e Kalo Kioc'.:, rw r
Hove A. Co V Do Goods store. Ti-J tf.
vr. v f v:.n m : J-n. i n i- a.
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Attoi neyb .it I- ;vv . icult.t. lull ' tf
Attornejbnt I.s. Xo. IJI X. Main fit.. oppoMto
postollc. Oniimtroi il collections n sj.ccialtv.
111 practice In state ami Federal courts.
-, Xo. 21 Kast Douglas ir.enuc,
A. T. CARPENTER.
A'tornoj at-lAW. Office. Xo. 121 X Main street, up
stairs, next to potofflce. Wichita Kansas dJmvU.f
II. C. SLVSS. vv r. ST M I.Y.
Attorney s at Law". Wichita. Knrsas
J. F. LAUCK."
Attomej at Law. Offieo Ilrst door north of U. S.
Laudolllco In Commercial lllock, Wichita, Kansas.
Special Attention Riven to all kind? of business con
nected v Ith the United States I. mil ofllce.
HATTON & RUGGLES.
Attoniej s at Law. Kaglo ISInck. A Uilta. Kni.vn.
n. it. so is
RUGGLES & ROYS.
AttoiuchntLaiv. Onieeover Xo. lis Train tre t,
JAMES." F. MAJOR.
Attorney-nU.iu-. Vlll practice In all K.niFas
courts, colli-.titiiifl a sjieci.iltv. Olltco ocr Snilth
Stoker's, Dougl.uaeniic, A IiliHu, lCun.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Atl'irnev it Lii and collection aent. XO. It jf..In
direct. V.'ichlta. ICAnsas.
E. D." PARSONS.
Attonicvat l-'iv and lleil Ktatc Agent. Ofllce
oppoalto f.uih itt.m hotel, loom 'J.
L S. ORDWAY. M. D.
HomooapathUt. Office cfirncr Donglasand Haw
renco avemies. rooms 1 and 5; telephone a.5o.
ALLEN WALKER, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon. Offleo 122 X. Main St Old
P. O. Building GUes special attention to DLcascs
of Women and Children and 3Iidireiy.
Dr. Walker holds a specHl certificate for hoKal
practice In the University Hospital. Baltimore, 31d.
J. E. BENNETT, M. D.
Of tho flrni of "nail . Bennett," docs a general
nraetlce but elves epeclal attention to the cure of
EpftEPSY orB falling Jits, tho OPIUII HABIT,
C VTAHRII. PILES and pri ate dcscase3 in both sexc.
Consultation free anil conndential. Ofilee, Hi ifortii
Main Ft. TdephonCTSj. (!ec UUpIaj advertUcmeut
In this paier. 122
J. H. TILDEN, M. D.
Special attention f,Iv en to Surgery pnd Gynrccol
osq: Itesidencc4iS S. Slarket. Ofilcc 223 X. JIain,
Will 'visit any part of the state In consultation or to
perform surgical operations. 105 tf
D. W. Smith. u. S. IilnislanJ
SMITH &. HOUGLAND,
DentUt. Kaglo building, Doaglos avenue. Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Surgeon Dentists. Teetli ertmcted w lthout. pain.
Best Bet r-rtiilcial teeth, $3.M. Ofllce 217 East Douglas
avenue. Wichita, K.iu.
DR J. C.
Dentist. Opposite tho pontofflce
DRS W. L. DOYLE &. WILSON.
Dentists. Office over Barnes & Son's drugstore,
Centennial Block, Wichita
MRS. S T. HENDRICKS0N.
Teacher of I'Jaio, Organ and Theory, 422 Xorth Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Tuner and Itepalrer. Refer
ences, Catherine Hussell and 1 horn; s Skavv & Co. All
pianos tunccby the vuve sjrtcm tho only method
that vill tune jour piano perfect and make it sound
charming. Arork guaranteed Live ord'TS with
Thoni.u Shaw (z Co , music dealers, Main tieet.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerlv of B ston and Chicago, has opened an
oiicein t!iu Opera llouj, corner of Maikct and
llrst itrect-. ur2m
a. v . nusii.
- 3!. GILEd.
RUSH & GILES
Architects and Superintendents.
Mc.eot. building, room 7.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Vrcliltect ni.d Mtncrltite ndi nt.
tlcns for all cIj&'Cn of buildings,
Plans and speeirtev
OCice over Hj lie's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Archl'ccts and Sunerlulendcnts. nnii n U ttna'
blc ck, V ichita, liu.
. T. II.OUHFOOT. O. VV. EIPD.
.Vri'lilte'cts and Suircrmtanrff jii.. nftUv. in rnlr.
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
Ti terlnar- Kmircnii! irnil.t.ir nt Tiilml.-.tnlili'' ti.
criuarj Collegi' ot'l'. l'roori.jtor of Horses Home,
opposite G. A. H. building. f-,t, st. Tdepliouu 17-'. db
The I'hotccranlier. Plntnna In -ill l?d. nmi ct.ios
Ho also carries tl.i llnrtt mojirimaiit. .if ..lAnra
nainesintiiecitv. Glvehima fiicndlv call and ex
. E. CORN.
Office over 122 Do'tgWs avenue.
F P. MARTIN.
Attorney -at Lav;. Office over Hjde !c Humble's
IJook btoic. 11 1 31Jn street, up stairs, Wichlt i, Kan.
Woodman's Bank building, 11J
Attoniej at Law,
. VV. COLvJ HS. I Olll HI t. I LUT.
Attoniej s at Iavv. "VM11 prai tloo in state nnd feil
cralcoiuth. Office In Tempi" block. Main .stiect.scc
on I stall vv .iv noith of post office, Ichltn, Kansas.
OI O. V. A!)U.j.
ADAMS & ADAMS.
it Law. Will pi.ictJce in state and fed
Office In )lile block, V ichita, Kausa .
S. V . ADAJ.I-.
Justice of tim iv ,ii.f. ns!.-n -utMi r.in.iii.i-
Dore; m Dorej building.
1 S li.il
taught b 11..11I . Address
J. AV. l'AJfjON, Trj.ir.fut, Ohio.
DR- E. M. CONK LING,
Uc:. 'iilriiinls-OvO.'id streets. Wichi:-i, Kansas.
DISEASES OP THE BECTUM
and all CHUOXIO D1SK.VSLS a Sp-claltj.
Suicessor toDi.J. M. Pittcrnon in the up of the
celebrated BUIMCKIIHOI K PAlXLLsS SYSTEM, the
most sm cessful vj mem j et discov. red for tho cure of
plli s. rectal ulcer, ilssnio tistulu in nao. iti king piles
polvpu3,etc. Xo knife. liK'at'ire. cauterv onhloio
form; no ilctei.tlon from 'diisIiics, greath improved
instruments, office heurs!) tollio n. m , 1 to 5 and
6 J. to b p, m. Mind ij s 2 to I p. in. Consultation and
examta ition free. "V tL. for full iufoimatiou.
HARRIS, HARRIS 6c VERMILLION.
at Lav.-, CoMinciclal block, V. ichita,
0. D. KIRK.
ttornev it-Liv.'. Boom Xo ..". U. S. Land Office
Imildine ichita, Kan.
V'tnrnev at l.av
Office Ii lemple IIUh.):. Wichita.
u. a. s vMtrv . i. r. cwtt tuj.
SAN KEY &. CAMPBELL.
I"-vrri. " lcliltn. KaivM. Ofil'-o outhv,est cor
r.er Market street and Uouglas ave.
GEO. V. CLEMENT, JR.
Attorney at Iivv. Office lit :inln (-treet, Ktuas
National ikiuk bulldiiu, v Klilta, Kan.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Pwclnltles Diseases of the Kve, Kar, X'cve and
Tliwif, Catnrrli and Ilttlng gl tss,. Office eouiliv. c t
corner Dougl lb and Maikct. up htairs, " icl.lta, Kaitf.
RSHiM 5i hi m k w n $' I
-;y - i-. tj. a u ,n
K i'JBSX'J t,vGlf3ti MtilHft SHkVi.vSu--J-e:
Homrt'opathN't. General practice, chroni dlsi
and n-easts or ii nnicj. ien pnono .o. im.
Office and ii sidencc over bteel .t Sons hardwire
t-tore. 117 X Main fctnet, A ichita. Kan
. Office Itoure, S to 10 a. m to 4 v. in., and at night.
W. H WELLS
Phvsician and Snrgeon Oilier Cur.
and Doiul imhis; Elliott block, room s,
office nUlit and da.. . Wichita Kaus.J..
Will bo at
P. D St JOHN. M. D
Office-217 asvDo.iUsuvi. Besidencc-i'Xotth
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
Office in 1 res idence, Stl Douglas av enue, uh side,
llornes' block. over Derbv s Iuiplcmoi.t store, W icliiti.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
nonuep ithUt. Officv vv ith Dr. K. Mathews, Main
Drs. M. and H. BRANDOM.
s&rSs and car Infirmary
ronii-riiif Decatur DI
Xo.GKEastD iul. avenue, Wichita Kaphas.
oftVe Twin Urothec?. leva
OTWIH JN-IM.l XIiI.Il.il 111,1. ,1 ... IItl.il tlill-. i."l I " -- .. ..I
lencv' 1017ortli hemrth btioK near tnion depot, fllro 3"y' ',' l-M too fur goue. Call before the system
Br. II. Brandom.
special attention ii the treatment of CEnce:
trcatee a I'.rce iiuintier fexi -wMi inii.-.ii cm.
cov(. I feel ft mv durv toav to those sultering with
the dread rilscatr C.uicer. that I feel sure that I can
For a spedal election In Wichita city, Sedg
wick county, Kansas, in the matter of the
Wichita, Cedarrale & Southeastern .Ball-way
To the Qualified Voters of Wichita City:
Whereas, On the lSifc dayof September.lSSG.
there was duly presented to the Mayor and
Conncilmen of Wichita, Kansas, (said major
and council being duly convened in regular
session regularly called), a petition duly eign
ed by two-filths of the resident tax payers of
Wichita city, praying saidruayor and council
to submit to the eiuallfied voters of said city a
proposition to tubscribe thirty thousand dol
lars to the capital stock of the Wichita, Cedar
vale & Southeastern Railway Co., all on con
ditions as set forth in eald petition, which
petition tignaturea being omitted, is in words
and figures following, tc-wit:
Wichita, Cedarvale ScSoutheasiern Ry.
To tho Mayor and Council of the Cily ol Wichi
ta, Sedgwick Lounty, Kansas:
We, tho undersigned, being more than two
filths (2-5) of the resident tax payers of the
incorporated city of Wichita, in eaid county
and state, hereby petition the mayor and coun
cil of said city above-earned to submit, at a
special election, to the qualified voters of eald
city above named a ! ropositionto subscribe to
the capital stock of the Wiebita, Cedarvale &
Southeastern Hallway Company, a railroad
company drily organized and existing under
the laws or the state ol Kansa3, which proposes
to construct a railroad into the city above
Said subscription tobe for thirty thousand dol
lars ($30,lX.O oo) , And in payment for tald sub
scription to the capital stock of said companv,
bonds of. said citv, with coupons attached,
fhall be eiulyiEsi.cdaacl delivered in sums of
five hundred dollars ($500) esch, aggregating
the amount of thirty thousand doll Irs ($33,
000 CO) , payable in twenty (20) j ears fiom date
of issue, each bearing six per cent, interest,
payable semi-annually; both principal and in
terest payable at the Uecil agency of the stato
of Kansas in the city of Xcw York; such bonds
to be duly issued and delivered upon compll
ance Willi the conditions hereinafter set out
and delivery of Block in said ro.d as by
law provided The conditions uion which
said subscription to the capital stock of said
company is made ore,
Ihateaid Wichita, Cedarvale & Southeastern
Hallway Company shall construct a railroad of
standard gauge (including all neceFsary track
and switches) into said city above named, nnd
liavc cars running thereon irom-Eonio point on
the east lino ol feeagwicK county, lxansas, in
to sal 1 citv, on or beiore September 50th, A.
1). 1SS7. Delays by act of God and orders of
court or judire thereof excepted.)
Andweprav that aaiil major and council,
upon presentation of this petition, duly con
vene anel make an order, which order shall
einbracethe terms and.conditions ofihts peti
tion , and fetich other conditions ?s said major
and council may dcm advisable; and also l.v
ing the time lor holding a special election,
which we pray may be held, as by law provid
ed, under chapter 107, lawd orKansfiS, liTC,
and amendments theieto, to detenniuc whether
such subscription shall bo made.
And the form of the ballot to be used at nil Ji
fljieci.il election for and against said proposi
tion so submitted shall be as follows, esch
qualified voter voting for said proposition ehall
have printed or written on his ballot:
"For subscription to the capital stcckof tho
Wichita, teelarvalc & bontheustcin Jlnllvay
J.th qualified votei voting agai est said prop
osition shall havo printed tr written on his
"Against subscription to the capital stock
of the Wichita, Cedarvale .S. southeastern Hail
And whereas, said boaid of mayor atid coun
cil, in pursuance to eald petition, being duly
convened as by law provided, and after having
oiaminedsalii petition, found that the earns:
was In due form, and w as duly signed by more
than two-fifths of tho resident tax payers of
said city, anil duly made an order, granting
tho pruv i r ot said petition, and ordering that a
special election shall bo held In said city on
the 2d dayof November, A. J. lsbG, to deter
mlua whether said city shall subscribe thirty
thousand dollars to tlfc capital stock ofscid
company, and issue bonds to said company in
paj men; thcretor, on the terms and conditions
all an set out In aid petition, an J further or
dering that In the event that a majority of the
voters votlnjratsnid election. cat thelrballots
in favor of Siid proposition, and vote to issue
bonds in payment tliereforthen the city clerk
of eald city shall forthwith, lor and on be
half, and in the name of said city, subscribe
$"0,000 01 to the etccu ot said company. And
it was fnrther ordered that if said "lallway
company fully comply with the conditions of
said subscription, then tho mayor of tho city
and the cltv clerk of said city, shall dulv
issue bonds of tnld city in s'ddsnm; said bonds
to bear six (0) per cent, inteiest, principal and
interest to be due and payable as set cm in f aid
And it was further ordered that the bnllots
to bo used at such election shall be as follows
Each qualified voter, voting at snch election
in favor ofBald proposition, thall have wiittcn
or printed on his billot,
"For subscription to the capital stock of the
Wichita, Cedarvale .K. -'outheastcrn ISailway
And each qualified voter voting against said
proposition slrtll hevo written or jmnted on
"Against subscription to the capital slock of
the Wichita, Cetiarva'e .L boiither.slcjnii.iiI-
v ay Company. ' '
And it was further ordered that such election
be held on the 2nd day of November, IstO, at
the folJowingvotmg precinct- in said city, to-wlt-
Iti the First ward at S. W. Ford's livery
stable on .South Main street
In tho Second ward at Ifahn's carpenter
phop on west side of Main stieet between First
In the Third ward at No. 110 North Market
Ja the Fourth vv ard at A . Smith's carpenter
shop, corner of Main and Third streets.
In the Fifth ward at Sonman'a ical estate
office on Chicago avenue.
Said voting places being the regular estab
lished voting precincts In said city. And it Is
fnrther ordered that the mayor of said city
duly make and issue this proclamation for tho
date and fit the places designated, and that he
give thirty days printed notico In the Wichita
Daily Beacon and Wichita Daily Kagle, print
ed and published and in general circulation
thio'ighout said city, and that said major pos.t
notices a3 required by law.
Therefore, 1, 15 U . Aldrich, mayor of Wich
ita, jv&nacs, by virtue of authoiity in me by
luw v i sted , and in pursuance to the abivo or
der of said council, do hercbv gh e publlcproc
Kmaiiou and dus notice that".-, special election
tliall bo held in said citv at t e places above
designated on November 2nd, A J). isG, to
determine whether eai 1 city shall nrke snch
subscription aiil Issue said bonds en the condi
tions set out in B.iid petition.
Such election shall in all respects be con
ducted, the returns made, result ascertained
anddeciared. all as jtov Idcd bv lawrorgencral
In witness whereof I, 11. W, Aldricb, mayor
of Wichita, Kansa. have hereunto set my
bind, at the city of Wichita, this 1st tiay or
rs W. Vldeicu,
Mavorot Wichita. Kpbsbs.
Attest Fnvu JcuviT.ssn, Litv clerk
is i ft
-i.1.-T "tin 11
Having removed on-line stock of "Wall Paper. Window Saades,
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 but the best workmen and all
work is under our direct supervision.
special attention given to all .Kinds or Fancy Glass and Sign
JOHN C. HALL & CO.
INSURANCE :: AGENTS,
1B DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, KAN.
j Ontr tho best companies rcpres-itcd. Losv adjusted, ami raid at iha eOVo. rrorant aaJ crAfnl 1
attention to all bssuae&s enamtwl to us. K!c U t&rroa.Ilnlf country anJ uwu accrj'tsO. V ?H
MILLER 5c WELLER.
151 North Main Street.
rr. j. CK.VNK.
PHILLIPS - (S - HUE - M - iak I
rOSTOFFlCE BOX No. 232.
Main 149SC. WICHTTA. KaiL
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY. 1
PINE CRACKERS and PURE CANDIES.
418 and 420 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
; Wichita Cily Roller Mills ami Elevator.
ir.tTORPon iir.a t?rs. S
-Manufacture the Kotlovvtcs Cclcbrttot Br.-.n.L?-
Patent; WHITE ROSE,
X. L. C. R., Fancy.
Trese brvad have teen on the mwltot cvu rset, north anl isutli for ten yrar, ami tlirjr ftfo vto n
snv table reputation wlieruver IntroUucctl. To try ttcmll to stay with them. Warcalwtt tu tttc mtt
. vviicat higtcst caib price.
OLIVER, IMBODEN & CO.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gas Works
Wlclilt.i. ICa:is.ts. Telephone 'No Ml.
DR. J. J. STONER.
IIo'vepitliIst. Orice opposite rntetoniec. Kei
clenee. I'iioitli-'Iain atrvvt, 'VVIehlta, IZt.ucls. Tele
plionf 11 5
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON
Vhv sit Inns ami Srpeon. 'V'Ste Pcamb'oel. opp
site cXvid :n il hotel. Ke5ldcru.v. 731 Water .trtot,
coi uer t.ik strvx t.
DR. C. C. ALLEN
riivsltlm ni.il Surgeon. Ofllce nai resldeiicv 4."0
Boulas avenue. New ami effectual treatment or
hemorrhoid, and diseases of vv onua a bix.tl.iUy.
DRS. McCOYSc PURDY.
Of.loe 117 Main streU. over lteeht & Sous' :ore.
Wid.ila, Kan. Telephone- at residence.
!b7 rents, mT d7
Pliv !cia and burgeon. O.lliv over Puller A Sou's
occoincs lmnresimtoil with the- cancer Iru. Xo
money required until cancer ts ivmovoil
I will refer ou to a few capes uxaiecl and cured:
nctrtnan tttnke. Wichita. Kaa : .ryjur J. Alder-on.
n,JV,vKn is'via Wliltteu. Heme, Kan: Adam
v. olf, Oatv ille, K .n Henry lthtens. Oatviile. Kan
B. K. BROWN,
Furniture i Jewelry.
DOUGLAS AVENUE. WICHITA. KANS.
Office and Shop 349 Main St.
kirstt-class -work t lowest ntjeus. a-
matej. furnbLed oolsort notice. TICH1TA. KA.
. Lots mlvIcCormicks addition are now msale. This property
m first hands, lies near the street railway, and is convenient to
schools and churches. There is nothing b3ttei in the market.
Four lots on North Toiiekaavemifi n.tsi no. inc:?. t.vmn mn.i.vnr.
!.. ' " - t '-J WWK WAAWV&A XUUIi.iXUU
Twenty lots in Orme & Phillips audH.ion at a special bargain.
Lots of almost every dimension on College Hill. The material is
ordered for street railway to tha,t 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 loL on North Main street, very cheap at $5,000.
Lot centrally located on Douglas avenue, $12,500.
Pif ty ft on Lawrence near Douglas avenue, $12030, very cheap.
, . , Fine business lot on Main street between First and Second, old
building rented at $50 per month. S12.500.
Large lot and six new houses on South Emporia ave. all under
rent; pays a good interest on the investment. $10,000.
112 1-2 feet on South Emporia ave. near Douglas. Two ood
houses, rented at $20 each, east front. Price $10,000.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO "CITIES IN KANSAS.
OFFICE X-.T COIL 5TH and MARKET STS. ST. I3UIK ,irLMTA 1 A m
OFl'lCK JfW COR MA1X nad ltCUGLA3 AVENUE, V lOHI I A, KAN
GLOBE IRON WORKS!
Founders "and Machinists.
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 pumps
and .pumping machinery. All kinds of repairing done on short notico
and'satisf action guaranteed.
A. FLAGG, Proprietor.
8 lots in Orme & Philips'
addiiton, will sell for ten clays at
Forfeit if the " COUP'S GIKL w mt a
Genuae Havana l-JSer C igxr, D. COHN.
The "COHX'S GIRL"' cijar is new
rnatlc wilh the
Crop Havana, and is finer in quality than
it has ever been.
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 B3SST OR ALL.
I have the exclusive sale of a snta-rlivisirm nf thA 7,rn.QT' TTortiP
stead on College HilL These are certainly the best lots in the mar-!
$2,000 each, part.time. Call early and make a selection. . .
Farms and vacant lands in all parts of the county.
Abstracts of title furnished free of charge.
N. F. NIEDERLANBER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
GRAVEL ROOFS AND PAVEMENTS
H. McKIM DUBOIS
J. MILTON V LUTIl, 31. l. 7. J-. ia.CU, l. II
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Office i DoucIt.s .ivomm, Wlcbltr, Kansas. vhcre
they iu.v lc fouiui at all liours.
RUSSELL &. JORDAN
Phviciaris nrnl SarKions. O'nro on iet I0e of
Mala street. Oit.talrvra feoutU of JHsonio bulkling.
Telephone to A. D.T.
PALMER C. JAY.
Physlci-.n nntl Surgeon. Office at D. G. Terrr:
store, 91S Eat Douglas avenue.
I. H. MATTINGLY.
OSlce ov er Loudon Tailon,, No. 1S5 :
Wichita, May-field, "Weilinqton
Haroer. Attica, Garden Plain,
.aimionv. jirsansas uirv. An
dale and naven.
STEDMAN & CBANE-I
General : Iiisurauce : Agents!x44
I liavc tax tcurstf set of books ait am prfsral te i
Complete Abstracfs of TiUe
To ny iiftrty In Solpviti: Cmmi j .
tCOv- ti: Main Sire
Wichita. - :Ka.iL
i f 'U
jt,ni. i , "f7y
1 V.Th nt ' ' . " UirW J tTvAr
i JEr1 JfrQ !s3B. sr1
rc.r ., r-,vf
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T'-T l 1 . 1.
Walks, Drives, Cellars and Gh
lems, -ALSO A AST
Application to Iron, Wood and Slonc
RIZER 6l HUMPHREY,
Or s4irm Lofc !Kx mat, 'lettHi. Kmsu$
i i fits v
i ever :ji.jc-
SANTA FE BAKERY
Is the Place to get Everything: Kept in s.
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Piiors.,
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON.
Physician and Surson. Will continue hi. profes
sion in nil tLs iiranelieK. Consultation frw. Office
'" iismvun-ai i n ... sjain st over Holler J Sill i
ler s jialnt oSice. ji I
FIRE, TORNADO, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
OFFICE IrtI DOUGLAS AVEXUS.
lOver Baruc's Dros Store.)
Largest Agency in the Valley.
Pure Fruit Extracts.
G. A. Blinn& Co.
2d. St. bet Main & Market.
For ile b Grocers GeiM-ralr IB
JOBBER of CIGARS,
S"2U, jJ.L p,
3? -ASD- Wf
Eyes, Hose, Throat, Cntarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
Proprietor ani SiSrgecs. ia Charsa,
Korth 2Iafn St tH
J. M. ALLEN & CO.-;
Wlotesalc and !
Pion0r -:- Ltimbsr - M
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StDlished in 1870.
A Complain StocV. o P ne Lumber
Shmcjlo Ltk Doon Sith. cic
Jtktfjsyf n hand.
At Loveat Bai$3 &nu Ready for
S. W. G0OPE8, "kTv
Conservator j of ii,i
C'r uT TtatfU AM ma tTBStaR VU
UAHArJ l?9&)m .!.
D5recUr CATHERINE RUSSELL
0. 8. JACOBS,
112 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
MONEY TO LOAK KO INSURAKCE.
Valley Centre. Sedg-ick Count Kas