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Ite SSSttcMta Sails gagle: BfetaeBdag IPtorutus, cttf&er 27, 1886.
r7 17 TIME TABLES
EAST bOCND TRAINS.
Kansas Cit? Express, Dally .7 40 p.m.
St. Louis Mali, Daily 033a.m.
Way Train, except Sunday 3.15 p. in.
Hutchinson HalL Daily . 7.30 p.m.
Hutchinson Express, Dally SHia.m.
Anthony Express. Daily 9 40 a.m.
Anthony Mall, Dally 8-U)p.m.
"Way Train, except aundas 15 p.m.
"VVlclilta & ColoraCo.
Mt. Hope Aceominodatloa fl.03p.rn.
Arrive . ...
Mt. Hope Accommodation .. - j-h
tDally except Sunday.
A., T. A S. F. It. K.
Going North, Passenger... nvl.m'.
Going North, Accommodation kM!m
3olng South. Passenger wn m'
Going South, Passenger..... 2d in.
Golnf; South. Accommodation Leaves.
40 p. m.
Going North, Passenger.
Going North, Accommodation
niMr Rrttith V,i.iHnii.rcr -
12 15 p. m.
Going South, Accommodation " "." 823 al m!
2JJU p. m.
uoingronn, i-;tcjibc. 7 40d. m,
Going South, -'assengcr.
Wichita A. Western.
No. 2. Mall and Express fn'm
&.4 Express :::::::::::::::::::i2&E:
Way Freight Leacs.
No. 1 Mail and Express 'm
No. 3. Exnros 2iT,i'm"
Way Freight 2-"P m-
St. Ioais A. San rranclsco.
. . 5-7) p. m.
...923 a. in.
. 1020 p. in.
.. 8-00 a. m.
Going West, Passenger..
Going West, Pass-enger.
Going West. Freight
Going East, Passenger...
Going East, Passenger...
Going East, Freight
Going East, Freight
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorncv at-Lav. Wichita. Sedgwick county. Kan.
Office In Centennial Block. awni
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at-Law. Office 117 E T5ouglas a cnue.
with Anglo-Amciican Loan and Jn chtmciit Co.
JONES & MONTAGUE.
Attorneys aUiu Office In the Eagle Block, over
Hovej & Co's Dry Roods-store. ,-.wu.
vr. r. c-oii'i.n;j
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita. 10m.
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attorneys at-Law, .No. 12. n. Jwun Rt.
posioffice. Commercial eolVctlous a
Will practice in state and 1 eaeral courto.
W. A. MORRIS,
Attorney at Lav . No. 221 East Douglas avenue.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attorney at Law.' Office. No 124 N Main street, up
stairs, wit to postonlco. Wichita. Kansas. d20wl2tf
II C SLUSS. W- E' STANXEV.
Attorneys attof. Wichita. Kansas.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at Law. Office first door north of U. .
Landofflco in Commercial Block, Wichita. Kansas.
Special ottcntion given to all Kinds of busings con
nected w ith the United Suites Land office. ,
Attorneys at Law. Eagle Block. Wichita. Kansas.
Office ocr No. 133 Main street.
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney at-Law. Will practice in nil Kn
courts. Collections a speclaftj Office over Smith &
StO orV, liouatua j. pmin II llU.lIxall.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Attorney it Law and collection agent. No. 14 JIaIn
street, Wichlt.u Kans-m.
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorney at Law and Bcal Estate Agent. Office
opposite Manliattaa hotel, room 3.
H. E. CORN.
Attorney all-aw. Office o er 122 Douglas a cni'c.
F. P. MARTIN.
Ttfffcnff. ill Main street, upstairs'. Wichita. Kan
. . . ..tT-.iv Ctmrn liLT li.ie S mirauiun
J. M. HUMPHREY
Attorney at Law. Woodman':
Bank building, 143
a. v,. couag.
OB UT JI. I LATT.
Attorneys at Law. Will rractico in state i and fed
era I courti Office in Temple block. Main street, sec
oSl sfflreay noith of po.t office. Wichita. Kansas.
8. W. ADAllft.
GLO. W . ADA113,
" ADAMS &. ADAMS.
Attnmc-satTtw. Will rract,cc in stato and fed
eml iSSrwf onfee in Eash! block. Wichita, Kau-.
harrir HARRIS &. VERMILLION
. -i.. Commercial block, Wichita,
O. D. KIRK.'
A.fnmrvnM.w. Boom No. 3. U. S. Land Office
building. Wichita. Kan.
Office in Tcniplo Block. Wichita,
I. V. CAJiri LAL.
SAN KEY & CAMPBELL
r,,-t Wichita. Kansas. Office southwest cor
ner M.trket street and Doiyla-, av c.
GEO. W. CLEMENT, JR.
Mtornov at Law. Office 1 U Main street. Kan
National Ilank baildiug, V. ichlta, lin.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties- DHcascs of ho F. e. Ear, No and
Throit.Cai.uTh and tttt lug gl.isses. Office oi.ihst
coner DouglN. t.uj Market, up sU!rs. W Ichlta. K.tn&.
Horareortthist. Get prartlcc, cironc dUeases,
nnd diseases of fctnnlcn. lclcpliono No lUo.
OOIcm and rcldenco o-or Meel ft Sons hardware
store. 117 N Main stitet, Wichita, Kin.
Office hours, S to 10 a. iu to tx. m .and at nizht.
W. H WELLS,
STPlivsIcIan and Surreon. oaice-:or
and Doiulasave; Elliottl.lock. room v.
office night an 1 d y. V.'lcliUi Kansas.
Will be at
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D.
Office 217 East Douglas a c. lltoldouce-Jliln-triVt.
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
Office and roldcn?", r.H Do-ilas aenue, outh side,
Barnes' block. o er Derbj "a Inipleneut biorc, ichlta.
W. A. M1NNICK.-M. D.
Homo?p?thlr.r. O.Tco with Dr. R. Mathev7 Main
street, second stairway north of pototllce. Rcsl
deace. 1017 North l'ourth street, near Lnlon deiot,
Wichita, KansHS. Telephone No. 141.
DR. J. J. STONER.
Hosseooiwthlst. Office" optite pojlorr.ee. Rot-1
4ence, bV. North Main street, 1 Jdta, kausas. Tele
DR. B. A. GUYT0N & SON.
Physicians ad Surceons. On
site Occidental hotel. I.cMden
Office Dram block, oppo-
nce, To. waier Mrect,
corner Oak street.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence
Dous avenue. New and effectual treatmenl
Srrhoidis taid disease, of woman a spcU-Utj.
DRS. McCOYcSc. PURDY.
Office 147 Main street oer Reeht & Sous' store.
Wichita. Kan. Telephone at residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
riijslclen and Surgeon. Office ocr Fuller A SonV
J. OLTO"; VTEIiCK. V. D. " C. WEU3I. M-
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Office 221 Douglas avenue. Wichita. ICansas. iihcre
they may be found at all hours
RUSSELL & JORDAN.
Physicians and Surpeoiis. Office on west side of
Main street, fliv' M.-ins-aj wjatli of Masonic bulIUlajJ
Telephone to A. D. T.
PALMER C JAY.
Ph vsleian and Snreon. Office at D. O. Terrj ' drug
storel SIS East IK ugia a ene.
I. H. MATTING LY.
Phys'cian. Office oer Loadon Tailors No. 133 N
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Physician and Stirpfon. Will continue his profes
sion in all ls branches. Coivultatlon free Offico
sad resident r.t 131 N. Main U over Wcdler i jill
ler' paint oBlcc. lu)
st. ii.. rt. s. x. vr.
L S. ORDWAY. M. D.
Homoorpathist. Office corner Douslasand Law
reuce avenues, rooms 1 and 5, telephone 15o.
ALLEN WALKER, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon, omee 122 N. Main SC, Old
P. O. IJulIrting. Oiea fpeclil attention to UUcases
of Women and Children and Midwifery. i,Mr.itii
Dr. Walker holds a special certincate for hospital
practice in the University Hospital. Baltimore, an.
J. E. BENNETT, M. D.
Of the firm" of "Hall & Bennett." does a general
practice? buTtfves special VenVl?MlXmT
Ipttfpsy nr falllnc fits, the OrlUJI UAiiii,
CATARJW. pfliS PrtiVtST OfflM Vorth
Consultation free and confidential, unite Ho orti)
Telephone 33. (See display advertisement
in this paper.
J.H. TILDEN, M. D.
?ntelal attention ?U en to Surgery and Gynsecol
oct IteWciice423S. Market. Office 223 X Main,
Will visit any-part of the state in consultation or to
perform surgical operations. 105-tf
D. W. Smith. U. S. Holland.
SMITH &. HOUGLAND,
Dentist. Eagle building, Douglas aenue, Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
burgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted w ithout pain.
Best set artiilcial teeth. 8.50. Office 217 East Douglas
avenue, Wichita, Kan.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Opposite the iHtoaice. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentist. Office oer Barnes & Sou's drugstore,
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano. Organ and Theory, 422 North Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Tuner and Kenalrer. Refer
ences, Catherine ItUhSell and 'i homas Shau & Co. All
pianos tmiee by tiie wave sj stein the only method
tli.it will tune jour piano perfect and make it Found
charming. Work guaranteed. Leatu orders with
Thomas ishaw &. Co , music dealer.. Main street.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerly of Boston and Chicago, lias opened an
office In tho Opera IIou.-.e, corner of Market aim
l Irst btrects. i m-
A. W. RUSH. J. M. 01IJL8.
RUSH & GILES.
Architects and Superintendents. Office in Ellott &
McNeca building, room 7.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superintendent. Plans and specifica
tions for all classes of Jtnilldlng-,. Office oer Hide's
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architects and oiincrlutendojits. Office la Ilois'
block. Wichita, Kan.
X. T. PI.OUDKOOT. a. A. LIRD.
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Eagle
Vetorlnv? Smveon, graduate of IliliadcipliI i Vet-trinc-y
College of '7! Piojinetor of Hordes Home,
opposite G. A. it building. 1st. st. Telephone 172. d93
The Phototrapher. Pictures In all sizes and styles.
Ho alo tarries the liic-t assortment of pletare
fram"! In the city. Gle him a friendly call and ex
B. S. GARRISON.
Justice of tho IVace. Office with Woodcock
Dort.ej, iu Dorsey building.
t mcht by mill . AddrPsi
.1. W. I'AHSONS, Trcii'ont, Ohio.
DR E. M. CONKLING,
Cor. Slain and Second stico'-, WIciilta, Kansas.
DISEASES OP THE RECTUM
nial all CHRONIC DISEASES u Seeialty.
Successor to Dr. .T. M Patterson in the use of the
celebrated BRINKERIlOFi-' PAINLESS S STEM, tl-e
most successful "tem jet discovered for thf cure of
lilies, rectal ulcer. IWsure IKtul i iu.ino, itching jiiles
polypus, etc. No Knife, ligature, cautery or ehloro
form; no detention fiom business; greatij Improved
instruments. Office hours 9 to 11.00 a. m., 1 to and
fi-HtoSp.m. Sundajs2 to 1 p m. Coiesultatlou and
examination free. Write foi full inform ition.
NEWSPAPER OFFICE IN JAPAN.
A "Wonderful Typo Case A Tcrfcct Maze
of Ifoiso anil Confusion.
Tlio offico of Tho Niclii-Nichi Shinbun, a
Japanese newspaper, is thus described: The
feature of tho Shinbun offico was its typo
case for there was only one of body type,
and such a typo case! It is divided for
utility into two sections, sloping toward an
aHoy five feet tido. Each section is four
feet wido by thirty feet long four by sixty.
There's a news case for you! This is divided
into small compartments or boses, into which
tho typo is laid in regular piles, several piles
in a bos, with faces all toward tho composi
tors, mostly boys, big and little. Each holds
a wooden 'biick' with brass rale. Tho typo is
all of a size; tho ''stick'' is not set to tho meas
uro of tho column, winch is twenty ems pica,
but to about half tho measure it being tho
business of tho other workmen to imporo tho
lines in columns, tako proof nnd make up
Kow, then, tho typo setting. Armed with
sticlcs and mlcs and copy, tho dozen composi
tors read tho laat in an earnest, sing-song
way, each rushing to some box far or near
for tho needed letter, then back ton or twelve
feet to tho nest one; all are on tho lively
move, rushing and skipping to and fro, light
and left, up and down, chasse, balance to
partners, swing tho corners, up and back,
singing tho copy, catching ono letter heie, an
other there, prancing and dodging, humming
and skipping a piomenade, co'tillio., Vh
ginia icel, racquet, and all hands around
upon the same lloor at tho sama timo and the
sanio dangers in each a perfect mazo of
noise and confusion, yet out of confusion
bringing printed order. It .ws a sight to bo
seen. '-How mam different characters are
there in tlib case, anyhow wo naked our
guide. Then our guide asked tLo printers,
and nono could answer better than saj-; 'rXo
body kao-n, sir! Nobody knows many
thousands." Later on wo repeated the samo
question to a more intelligent person, who
said: "A least ."50,000. "' That will account fjr
tho remni kable size of tho case, and tho rac
ing to and fio of the compositors.
Just why they intono their copy all tho
whilo was not made so clear other than the
remark that it was tho cus-tom. Tokio mon
opolizes the Japan newspaper biwiuss, there
being onry one other point ICofu in eastern
Japan, where newspapers are pihrVxl. TLe
inasM of tho peopla are able to read in their
own w ay. but comparatively few can grasp
the full flow of Chine2 characters. In point
of illiteracy, the statistics place this nation nt
only 7 per cent, or next to Bavaria, which is
the lowest on tho lit. Electrical JtcvLw.
lor llcr IleAoty's SalkC.
In Persia, as every vherc d-o, extraordinary
personal attract ions soon boeomo Luov-nand
have tiieir advantae. .The beauty of tho
lower or Eiuioie clasps ncetl not aspirajn
vein. The iuother of tao Ucg's eldest and
favorite son, the mot poirc.-fuI man in Ters'a,
was tho daughter of z nailer, lio caught
the shah eye while waging clothes at' tho
brookside. Jlain a jxxr and handsome girl
is vveddetl without portion for her boaufcj':
salce. Chicago IleraW.
iuvnn .ACaniss wheJi the esiKxas Uisinra
was in its infancy, lad aa ofiica awl two
horses in Yoik One of these horsss
was a fin, fa flaunal and tl oth?r an'old
broken down nag. Packages that w ore to b2
delivered imntediaiely he sent cut behind, tho
fast horse. Of soods that 'didn't havo o Iw
rushed ho would sny: "Leave them for the
old hess." In cvk'tv express oHicc to this iay
thero is an "okl hoss" roeon. wltere tnrili vored
and unclaimed iKicfcajss are L-eju. -
For a special election In Wichita city, Sedg
wick countj , Kansas, in the matter or the
Wichita, Cedarvale & Southeastern JIallway
To'the Qaallued Voters of Wichita City:
Whereas, On the 13th day of Septembcr.lSSG.
there was duly presented to the Mayor and
Councllixjen ol Wichita, Eansae, (said mayor
ad council being duly convened in regular
session regularly called) , a petition duly sign
ed by two-fifths or the resident tax payers of
icliita city, praying said mayor tnd council
to submit to the qualified voters of said city a
propo-ition to bubscribo thirty thousand dol
lars to the capital stock of the Wichita, Cedar
vale & Southeastern Kail way Co., all on con
ditions as set forth in said petition, which
petition signatures being omitted, is in words
and figures following, to-wit:
Wichitat Cedarvale & Southeastern Ry.
To the Mayor and council of the City of Wichi
ta, Sedgwick County, Kansas:
We, the undersigned, heinu more than two
filths (2-5) ol the resident tax payers of the
Incorporated city cf lchita, in said county
and state, hereby petition the mayor and coun
cil of said tity above-tamed to submit, at a
special election, to the qualified voters of said
city above named a reposition to subscribe to
the capital stock of the Wiehita, Cedarvale &
Sontheastern Hallway Company, a railroad
company duly organized and existing under
the laws of the btate ot Kansas, which proposes
to construct a railroad Into the city above
named. . , , ,
Said subscription tobe for thirty thousanddol
lars (S30.000 00). And In payment for said suc
tcription to the capital stock of said company,
bonds of said cit, with coupons attached,
shall he duly ics ed and delivered in sums of
five hundred dollars ($500) each, aggregating
the amount of thirtj thousand dollars (3j,
0UJ 00) , payable in twenty (20) years from date
ol isi.ue, each bearing six per cent, interest,
ti.ivahlH Rpnii-Hnnnallv: both nrinupal and in
terest payablo at the Uscil agency ot the i .state
of Kansas in the city of New York; fcuch bonds
to be duly Issued and delivered upon compli
ance wilh the conditions hereinafter set out
and dellverv of stock in said roid as by
law provided Tho conditions upon which
said subscription to tho capital stock of said
company is made are. ,
'iiiat cairi uiMnta fvdnrrale & Southeastern
nllnrnv I Vimnnn-c- stlHll COnStmCt a TSilrOad Of
standard gauge (including all nece?sary track
and switches) into said city above named, and
have cars running thereon from some point on
the east lino of aedgwick county, Kansas, in
to said city, on or belorc September SOth, A.
1). I8S7. (Delays by act of God and orders of
court or juJi:e thereof exc pted.)
And we prav that said mayor and council,
upon presentn'tion of this petition, duly con
vene and make an order, which order shall
embrace the terms and.conditlons ofihts peti
tion , and such other conditions as said mayor
ami council may dem advisable; and also fix
ing the time lor holding a special election,
which we prav may be neiu, as oy iaw pru m
ed, under chapter 107, laws ol Kansas, 1S7G,
and amendments thereto, todeteriuinewhethor
such subscription shall be made.
And the lorm or the ballot to be used at such
special election for and against said proposi
tion so submitted shall be a3 follows, each
qualified oter voting for said proposition shall
hae printed or written on his ballot:
"For subscription to the capital &tocor the
Wichita, cedarvale & Southeastern Kailway
Company " . .. , ,
Each qualified voter voting agalnsteaid prop
osition shall hae prints! or written on hl3
ballot: ,x , . ,
' 'Against subsciiptlon to the capital stock
of vho Wichita, Cedarvale & Southeastern Hall
And wheress, said board of mayor and coun
cil, In purdiance to said petition, being duly
convened as bv law provided. ani after having
examined said petition, found that the same
ip.wt.1 iinn rnrrn nnil u ns dulv sicned by more
than two-fifths of the resident tax payers of
said city, and duly made an oruer, granting
tne prayer ot said petition, una cuur hub h
special election shall be held In said city on
tnc'.'ddayofNoveuiLer, A. f. 13SG, to deter
mine whether said city shall subscribe thirty
thousand dollars to the capital stock of said
comiianv, and issue bonds to said company in
pawnent therefor, on the terms and conditions
all" asset out in cud petition, and further or
dering that in the event thatn majority of the
voters votingat said election, cast lheirballots
in finer of said proposition, and ote to issue
bonds in payment therefor, then tho city clerk
or said city shall forthwith, for and on bo
half, and in tho name of b.iid city, subscribe
$'10,000 03 to the etcck of said company. And
It was further ordered that if eald railway
company fully comply with the conditions of
said subscription, then tho mayor or tho cily
and the city clerk of said city, shall duly
issue bonds of a'.d city In said sum; said bonds
to bear six (G) lier cent, interest, principal and
interest to be due and payable as set out In E.nid
petition. , , ,, .
And it was further ordered that the ballots
to bo used nt such election Ehall be ai follows
to-wit: , , , .,
Each qualified voter, voting at such election
infavor of said proposition, thallhave written
or printed on Ida bnllot,
"For subscription to the capital stock or tne
Wichita, Cedai.ilo S. Southeastern Jtallway
Company." ,, , ,.
And each qualified voter oting agslnst 6Rld
proposition shall hvee written or printed on
liin hnllot a
"Acainat subHcrlntion to the capital stock of
the Wichita, Cdana'o x. fcoutlieasterni.att-
way Company." ,
And It was rurther ordtied that such election
be held on tho 2nd day of November, ItSG, nt
thefollowingoting precincts In said city, to-
In tho First ward at S. V. Ford's livery
Ltuitia nn Smitli Mnin street
In the Second ward at Ilahn's carpenter
shop on west side or Main sheet between i irst
and Second streets.
In the Third ward-at Io. 110 North Market
S In the Fourth ward-at A. Smith's cirponter
shop, corner of Main and Ihlrd streets
In the Fifth ward at Seaman's real estate
Cfilcc on Chicago a enue
dnly make and iSFtte this prcclenviUon for tho
date and at tuo jiiaces ueaifci.au, .iu.u.u .
gio thirty dava printed notice In the Wichita
DailvReaconnnd Wichita Daily J-agje. V.P1"
ed cud publlbhed and in sncral circulation
throughout said dry. and that euid mayor post
notices as lequired by Ihw.
Thprefore, I, D. W. Aldilch, major of V.'lch
Ita,"Knnaf8, bv -virtue of authority in mo. by
law vested, and in pursuance to the ah o or
der of said cmncll, do hereby give public proc
lamation an! due notice that a spci.l election
shall be held in said city at t e places above
designated on November '2nd, A. D. lojO, to
determine whether said city shall make such
subscription ad Issue said bonds on the condi
tions sot out in said petition.
Sueh election shall in all respects ba con
ducted, tho returns madv reatitt nsceitained
and declared, all asprovided by ltv. forgeneral
In witness whPir'of I, B. W, Aldncli, mayor
r irirhitn. Kfin?.'i?. have hereunto eel ray
hand, atthe city of VTichita, this 1st dsy or
TJ W. AI.PR1CI!,
Mavoroi AVichifa, ICansJi
Fnrn Schaitxeh, Citj Cleih
B. K. BROV'N,
j N 1'J"prjT7''sp
! i- Lli ilxLLii O
DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, KAN8.
H. McKIM DUBOIS
I have an awinsie set of ! s. aw! m prefOMn! t
Complete Abstracts of Title
To aay property in SuOgtrfg: Oowrtj.
Wicnita, - JZztl
Si Ii f t $m !
Ipa I s 1 s i I mi
" & & is. S, 3 ggfl
Lots in McCorniicks addition-arc no-w -nsale. This property
in first hands, lies near the street railway, and is convenient to
schools and churches. There is nothing better in the market.
Four lots on North Topeka avenue at $100, less than market
Twenty lots in Orme & Phillips addition at a special bargain.
ordered for street railwa to
double in value.
Lots of almost everv dimension on College HilL The material is
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.
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 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 good
houses, rented at $20 each, east front. Price $10,000.
S lots in Orme & Phillns' addiiton, will sell for ten days at
10 lots in Hichland addition, $150 each, must be sold this week.
19 lots in Chatauqua addition, $175 each.
Lotsin Maple Grove addition
selling rapidly at popular prices.
THE BEST OK AIvL.
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 Darbies intending to build. Prices range from $1600 to
S2,000 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.
Cor. Douglas-aiid Topeka Aves.
that suburb. This property will
east of the city. "SThese lots are
Having removed on fine stock of "Wall Paper, Window Shades,
pared to fill all orders and execute all work entrusted to s nearly
n-j -nnnfnilrr TTTn am-nlntr nrkTiO 'hilt'. V.riA nP5t. TBTsvrmon r-nr oil
&U1U Sitlii<t-VJWJiiiJf . o ,xij.vJ iy""
worKis unaer our uihsul. &uycj. vauuii.
Snecial attention given to all kinds of Fancy Glass and Sicn
work TVTTLTER fr WFLLFP
HIPS - 4 - CRANE, - Real - late.
POSTOTTJCE EOX No. 23.
JOHN C. HALL & CO.
INSURANCE :: AGENTS,
218 DOUGLAS AVENU&, -WICHITA, ICAN.
nly taa best companies represented. Los.-- adjusted and paW at Ujo oSlc. Prompt and carefal
aticntloa to all business entrusted U us. F.Wes In surrouaitn couatrj- ami town accvitrd.
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY,
pnSTB CRACKERS and PURE CANDLES.
41S and 420 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
, Wichita City Roller Mi and Elevator.
-SlanaTacmrc the I'ollovrlivs Celebrated Urar.clJh
IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy;
X. L. C. RM Fancy.
Thwe brands have bea on tho niarlret e.t, wct. nrth and south for ton yrars, tutu thry hnr tto a
nvlablerepuutlon whfreTiT Introduced. To try thin IS to sway with U'cuj. V are alw jrs In tKo tutirirt
h heat at bight: cash price
OLIVER, IMBODEN & CO.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gas Works
' PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS.
Om'comlWlSWlxrvor:oix WICHITA, KAN.
GLOBE IRON WORKS!
PFounders 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 shortnotlco
and 'satisfaction guaranteed.
A. FLAGG, Proprietor.
(Forfeit if the COIIN'S GIIII' w not a
Genuine Havana tiller Cicw. U. COH?.
The "COHX'S GIRL' cigar is now
made th the
Crop Havana, and is finer in quality than
it has ever been.
acoftlvncv.5 - r-." for fcsrcwfc
This sum i c 'n , wsj-n:.
for three ei ,. ' '" ' '
ever femishei to lac trace
TVOTDT7-D r. CX.Cl APQ
tn-r-u: "m A T?.
Eyes, ftOGO, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
E- TT. 2JLTJlSi SELL, 2w. X.,
Proprietor aad Surjroon. Is Charge,
J. M. ALLEN & CO.,
Wholesale and Mai
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With next r I- r r !' J (HrlS'.- - fanuih
112 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
151 North Main Street.
IL J. CRAN-E.
Main 149St, WICHITA, San.
IXCOKTOR VTTX1 WX
GRAVEL ROOFS AND PAVEMENTS
Walks, Drives, Colku and Cis
terns, AJJW AS AS
Application to Iron, Wood and Stone
Fur Piutfcor rWUrvtero Xl', t
RIZER & HUMPHREY,
omen -nmvxr Star ami WIHHr-. -rrrt
Or ftOJfi U& Wax Mt WnnMM, Kt
Pioneer -:- Lumber -:- Mai
or jMBwwwit eovrn
Bsiiiolishcd in 170.
A Complete; Stock of Pint I
Shingls. LaUt4 OoofS Sfis
At Lovest Rates aad Reaiy f:r
S. W. COOPEB,. K,uiRSTKy
Gonseiratorv of M
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