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Site fcSttcMia Sails mU : 5trtttrflas 2J!ltaraiujj, cto&cr 30, 1886.
bTrT time tables.
St. ., rt. S. A. W. It. K.
cast nonsD trains.
Train ioives TTIchlta 9 33 a. in. and 7.-S0 p.m.
Train crri c? from the cast 8.1 J a. m. find 7) p. ni.
Train leaves 6J30 a. in. nnd 8 p. re.
Train arrives 3:03 a. in. aud 7:30 1. in.
"Wichita &. Coloraao.
Train leaves for Hutchinson 0 43 a.m. tnd 7.30 p m.
Train arrives from Hutchinson. .82-1 a m. and7.H p rn
A., T. iS.r. It. K
Solns North, Passenger
3olng North, Accommodation
.Solnrf South. Passenger
Going South, Passenger
Going South, Accommodation
Going North, Passenger ,
Going North, Accommodation
Going South, Passenger
Going South, Accommodation
Going North, Passenger
Going South, Passenger
. 8.20 a. m.
. 7.13 p.m.
.12 05 p. m.
. 8 15 a. m.
. 750 p.m.
. 2223 p. in.
No. 2, Mall and Express
No. 4, Express
No. 1 Stall and Exprci .
No. 3, Express
St. IjuI3 X San rranclwo.
Going West. Passenger
Going Wftt, Passenger
Golni; East, Passx-iiser
Going Kast, Freight
Going East, Freight
. 5.si p. in:
.1.! 05 p.m.
.. 9:20 p.m.
.. 6-00 u m.
r-ituTT, S. Attorncv.
j. e. ncjir.
' HALLOWELL and HUME,
Lawyers. 1 U North Mala bt.. Wichita. Km
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorney at Law. Wichita, Sedjjwlcfc county. Kin.
Ofllce in Contcni.Ul Iiioik. uiju
J. R. SITES.
Attorney at T-avr. Offlco 117 E DrniRhw avenue,
with Anglo American Loan and Investment Co.
JONES &. MONTAGUE.
AttcrnevB aW-w. 0nre In the Eagle Blocl:.ovp:
Dove & Co'i, Dry Goods frtera. '- -"
v. r. caui'Lsix. J " - u
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Atlonieisa Law, "W.chita. Kan.
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attorneys at La:v, N'. 12J N. Jlaln dt., opposite
DOstofUce. Com tierelal collections n fiielaltj.
"Will practice in fito aid icderal court
W. A. MORRIS,
Attorney at-Lavr. No. 221 East Douglas avenuo.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attorney at Law. Offlc No. Zl N Main Btnv-t. up
alM. next to iostoitlcc. Wichita. Kansas. rtJtm 12tf
II C EIA-3S TV. K. STANLEY.
Attorneys at to?. Wichita. Kiuiw.
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at Law. OIHcc flrst door north of U. S.
Land offlco In Commercial 15!ock. Wlchifj, Kansv.
Specnlottcntlongicntoall klnl of business con
nected Mltli the United States Land ontce. .
KATTON & RUGGLES.
Attorney nt Law. Eaglo Hlocir. " ichlta. Kansas.
c. ntociav. en. i.oii.
RUGGLES & ROYS.
Attorneys at Law. Office over No. 13? ilala street.
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney iM-w. Will practice In all .Kansas
courts. Collections a specially, onice over Smith .
Sto er's. Douglas a cnue, V.'icnlta, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL
Attorney at-Law and coll.-ctlon agent. No 1 1 31aln
street. Wlclilta. Krn-ts
E. D. PARSONS.
Attornev atrLaw nnd Real Estato A'gent. CfTice
. opi oitu aianhattan hotel, room 1).
H. E. CORN.
AttoriiLV at Law. Offlco over 122 Douglas eivi".
F. P. MARTIN.
Attcrnev ati-w. Offlco over Hydo & Humblo's
Book store. 114 3Ialn Btrect. up RUlra, AVlchita. Ivan.
.1 M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney at Law. Woodman's Bank building, 143
a. -V7. coivas. voniau.ru...
Attorneys at Iw. Will practico In stato nnd fed
-eral court. Offlco la Tcmplo block. Jlula rtreet, s&c
ona stairway iiuna oi inoi uuui ., ."
jTw.aduis. , ouo. w. ID '-1.
ADAMS & AUAMb.
Attorneys at I-iw. Will practico in Ftato r.nd fed
ral couru. Offlco In Eagle block. Ichlta, Lan-as.
HARRIS, HARRIS &. VERMILLION.
AttorucjaatLaw. Commercial block, VIchlta,
0. D. KIRK.
Attorncv at Uiw. Room No. 3, IT. S. Land Offlco
ImlMIcg. Vlchlta. Kan.
W. S. MORRIS.
At torncy at Law. Ofdee In Templo Block. Wichita,
Liwyer, Wichita. Kassa.". Offlco southwest cor
ner 3I.ir.et 3troet and Douglas ae.
GEO. W.CLEMENT, JR.
Attorncv at Law. Offlc 1 Ha'n street. Kansas
National tiaak bulldiiiJ:, Wichita. ICaii.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties- PLtcn'M of the Eye. Ear, Nop aud
Thro-Tt. Catarrh anl fitting g!as.-. O?'" T'r.1
comer Ddvlas an.l II irket. up stairs. A lchlu. Kaits.
HoninoptliM. Gonenl practice, chronio ll'wiscs,
and tlLws of fern lea. 'liiophop- No. !'.
Office and re Idem s over is.1 & boii'a hardware
Store. 117 N jla'n fctiect, WIcilU', Kan.
Offlco hours, b to 1 J a. m to 4 ;. in , td at nls.it.
W. H WELLS,
riiv-ljUin nnd SiirrsoJi". Offlco-Cor. Lawrcnoa
and Dousias ave; E'liott block, room S. .Mil beat
offlco uli-r.aad day. Wichita Kansas. 'JO
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D
Onica 217 E.ist Douglas ave. K.ldoaco-S.0Nci h
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
Offlce and resident. 311 r-in;las avenue. tout!- jlds,
Il.imV block. o cr Ptrbj "3 Ita;.'.emeuthtoi-e, Ichlta,
W. A. Ml N NICK, M. D.
nomcciwithlst. Offlco with Br. K. 2IatW. Main
street. mvoi1 FtairiMU no-th of i-.toniw. LeI
d"iiae.l17Nortn Fourth t-trwt, near Union depot,
Wlclilta, Insas. TtlephonoNo.lll.
DR. J. J. STONER.
nomerothlst. Ollc rppo-lw l-.tolt. ReM
decce, CM Nartli Jlaln street. V. Ichita, 1 us. Tele
phono 1F&. .
DR. B. A. GUYTON& SON.
mvslclans .vul Sukwkj Onice IXm bvk. oppo
Blto bocMe-Ul hotel. Residence .o. I.a'cr street,
corner Oak strwt.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Phvstcian nad Surgeon. Offlco and residence 420
Do?I avenue. Xcw and ciTe-.tual trvai.t of
KrrhoW. and diseases of woman a specialty.
-Offlco 147 JInin street, over Rccht & Son' tore.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone at residence.
E. B. RENTS, M. D,
Physician and Surgeon. Offlcs o cr Fuller .t Son-,
J. XILTOt WliCH. M. V.
T. 1- WKLCII. 51. D
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Offlco 224 Doaglv nenae. Wichita. K"iina. where
they inaj be found at all hours.
RUSSELL ft JORDAN.
Phvsiclans and S.irpcon.. Of.lee on west side of
Main street, first talnay ouUi or Slavonic building.
TeIephoi.e to A. D. T.
PALMER C. JAY.
PhysWan in.'. S:ir?Hn. Offlco at D G. Terry's drag
store. 915 East Douijta.- a tnue.
I. H. MATTING LY.
Thyslclan. Offlco over London Talloo, No. 155 X
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Physician nnd 5urviu. Will continue hU profes
sion in all Its braneJie. ConrultetloT five. Oftlie
and nldenctat 131 N. Mala su or Wcller llil
lcr's paint offlcu. ICU
8-23 a. m.
7 Wp. m.
2-TO p. in.
7 40 p.m.
. ... 13 p.m.
.... 8.23a. m.
.... 22Slp. m.
... . 8 23 a.m.
ALLEN WALKER, M. D.,
Physician and Snrgeon. Offloo 12i N. Main St.. Old
P. O. Building. Gives special attention to ELeases
of Women and Cnildren and Midwifery. .
Dr. Walker holds a Fpecl-il certiucatc for ncspltai
practice In the Uuhereity Hospital. Baltimore fid.
L. S. ORDWAY, M. D.
KomooepalhUt. Offlco comer DoatfaaaEd Law
rence avenues, rooms 1 and 5, telephone iw.
J. E. BENNETT, M. D.
Of the firm of "HaU & Bennett " doM a eeneral
practice hut giv FpeciPl attention to he c ureor
f.PILEPSY or falling fit, f ShntlvS
CATARRH. PILES and privato des'ase-n botii -exes.
Consultation freoaad conildcntKI. Office l . North
Main st Telephone S3. iSeo display adertl-men.
in tui3 pajier.
J.H. TILDEN, M. D.
f?rcLl attention riven to Surgery and Gi-nscol-ew.
Rfdeuce23 8. Market. Office ?X f. Haln.
Will visit any part of the btato In consultation or to
perform surgical operations. 105 tf
D W. Smith. U. S. Uouglantt.
SMITH &. HOUGLAND,
Dentist. Eagle building. Douglas avenua. Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without pain.
Beit Get artlilcial teeth, $s.M. Oluce 217 East Douglas
avenue, Wichita, Kan.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite tho poatoniOD. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L. DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentl?tp. Office over Barnes & Son's drujr store,
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
TeachPr of Piano. Organ aid Theory, 122 North Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piino Tuner and Repairer. Refer
ences Cathcrino Russell and Thomas bhuw & Co. All
pianos tance by the wac kj stem the only method
that w ill tun" jour piano perfect and maLo It cound
'harming. Work gUTrantcorl. Leave onleH with
Thonuts bluiw & Co , miLslc dealers, llain btrect.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerly of Bo-to.i and Chicago, hs." oporid an
ofilceln tho Opera House, corner of llaiket nnd
Flrot streets. S7 2m
A. w. r.csii.
J. U. OU-ES.
RUSH & GILES.
Architects and Superiniendenta. Ofllce in Eliott &
JIcNccs building, room 7.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superlntendf nt. Flair and spoclPca
tions for all cLwsei. of buildli.gs. Offlco otr Hjdo's
TERRY & DUMONT.
ArcLItrcts and Saporlnte:
block. Y'iclilla, Kan.
ndenta. Offlco In R07E'
w. t. prouOfoot. o. w. n:iu.
Architects and Ku'wrluteiidenta. Offlco In Easlo
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
Vcterlmrv Surgeon; praduato of Phliadclph'a Vet
erinary College vt 'TS. Proprittor of Hoises Heme,
oppoalto G. A. R. building. Itt, ht. Tolephouo 172. d9a
Tlio Photoniilrer. Pictures In all sizes and styles.
He nko carries tho fltiest assortment if pictuie
iramcs in theuty. Ul.o Ulm a Iritnaiy cail ana ex
fin mo wiiiiples.
Justice ff tho IVace. OlUce .lth Woodcock &
Dorsty, in Dorsey building.
Suet cs.sf ally taught 1, mall . Addri
1T2 lint .r. w. PAH.SONS, Iremont, Ohio.
DR- E. M. CONK LING,
Cor. Jlilu nnd Second tieets, Wlihita, Kansas.
DISEASES OF THE' RECTUM
and all CHRONIC DISEASES a Specialty.
Successor to Dr. J. II Fat tors in In the use of the
celebrated B1UNKEKHOM' PAIM.E-S .SYSTEM, the
most succor if nl fj Btrm j et dkcovered for tho cum of
piles, rectal i.lcor, ussuro fistula Inano, itching piles
IK1. pus, cte. No knife, mature, cautery orchloro
form: no 1U.te1.tion from busineis, greatly improved
Instruments. Ofllce hours 'J to 11 U a. n., 1 to 5 and
0 35 to 8 p.m. Sundas2 to 4 p. m. Cocs'iltatiou and
examination flee. Wilto for it'll Information.
Ho YVno I'osltlvcly Dishonest.
All Amci'icnn lancliman bed emi)loycd a
Mexican herder. The American owed tho
llexican C0 aud an money was not vcr3 plen
tiful vi ith Hm, began to deviso moai of a
cbecpar settlement. Ouo evening- v?liilo tbo
tvro men it cro in the kitchen tbo American
toolc doviT. a coffee- mill aud Eaid: ''This 13 tbo
most vrondeiful machino in tbo orld. IS
ivas recently invented in tbo United Stales
and is vulued nt $100. Seo bore? Instead of
having- to cniih your coffee with a stone, you
put it in this way and grind it up. I never
saw an thing- liko ifc. Old man Jones over
hero wants it so bad ho don't know what to
do. O.Tered mo ?10Q for it, but I would not
acjept tho offer."
Tho Mexican listened attcutivel, but as
sumed an air cf indifference. Tho American
left the mill on a shelf. Vrhcn ho got up tho
next morning ho found that tbo Mexican and
tho coftco mill had disappeared. 4,Ycu can't
place any confitlenco in tho honesty of a Mex
ican," said h '-That fcllov.- is po.itively
dishonest. rl:ansaw Travekr.
Ilio Itcautles of "Water Color.
Zrr. lluskiu lias taken a hand in tho
controversy about tho durability of water
colors, and he spettks with his usual nrdor:
''Pure old water-color painting- must be
on puro old paper made of honest old rags.
There is no chiua painting, no glass paint
ing, no tempera, no fresco, no oil, no ware.
varnish, or twenty- chimney -power-ex-Iract-of-averj
thius pa'uting which can
compare with tho quiet, tender virtue of
water-color in its proper usa and place.
Thcic is ioihin;j tit obeys tho rtist's
hand so exquisitely; nothing thaf records
the subtlest pleasures of ght so perfectly.
All the fnlendors of the prism and tho
jewel are vulgar and few compared to the
Buhducd blending of infinite oraizsceuce
in finely inlaid water color."' Phil.-.d Iphia
Show me your daintiest original thought
and I will undertake to Ehcw from whom
you borrowed it. Siguor Max.
Xcw Departure of tlio Donkey.
A Donkey who was tired of Drawing
his Master's Cart about went to tho Cow
for Advice, saying:
"You have nothing to do all day long,
while I work like a Slave. Tell me how I
can escape this Drudgery.''
"All you have to do is to ran away and
Smash the Cart," replied tho Cow.
The Donkey Determined to follow tho
Advice, and next morning when he set
out for tho Forest with the Cart after
Faggot s he suddenly Kicked up his Heels
and started off on a gallop.
uOh-hor exclaimed the Peasant as he
put on the whip; 'I see what the Trouble
is with you! I am Feeding yen Too Many
Oats. Hereafter your rations will be Re
Moral There is such a thing as being,
too Smart. Detroit Free Press.
I'lpgliiC a Comict In Prison.
As to flogging, it is a last resort. Tho
instrument is not a cat-o-nine-tails, but a
leather strap about two feet long and two
inches wide attached to a handle. V5l2
it does not draw blood it.stincs and
smarts in a way to make a man remember
the event for weeks and weeks. If a con
vict becomes obstinate he is 'taken'dewn"
for pnnishment. Up to the very moment
when the first blow is struck he can save
himself by promising to return to duty.
Sometimes four or five blows aro suffic
ient; sometimes tha convicts ar3 obstinate
after twenty-live have been administered.
For a special election In Wichita city, Se3g
vlck county, Kai.sas, in the matter of the
WiehitR, Cedarvale & Southeastern Hallway
To'tbe Qualified Voters of Wichita City:
Whereas, On the 13th ilayof September,18S6.
there wa3 duly preDtnle'l to the Mayor and
Conncllmen or Wichita, KnnsaB, (eaid. mayor
asd council being duly convened in regular
cssion regularly called) , a petition duly sign
ed by two-fifths or tho resident tax payers of
W ichita city, prayinR BMld mayor bnd council
to submit to the qualitled voters of said cit7 a
proportion to bubscribe thirty thousand dol
lars to the capital etock of the Wichita, Cedar
valo & Southeastern Hallway Co., all on con
ditions as set forth in eald rctitlon, which
petition, Elgnataies being omitUd, is in words
t.nd llguiea following, to-wit:
Wichita, Cedarvale &. Southeastern Ry.
To the Mayor'and Coancil or the City of Wichi
ta, Sedgwick County, Kansaa:
We, the undoieigned, being more then two
filths (2-5) 01 the resident tax payers of the
incorporated city of lebita, in eaid county
and etate, hereby petition the mayor and coun
cil of eald city above-ramed to submit, at a
special election, to tho qualliied votera of said
city above named a t rojiodtlonto eno6crlbo to
tho capital stock of the Wiehita, Cedar &U &
Southeastern Hallway Company, a railroad
company duly organized aud existing under
the lawsorthe state 01 Kansas , which proposes
to construct a railroad into th city above
named. . , , ,
Said subscript Ion to be for thirty thousand dol
lars ($30,000 00). And In payment for baid sub
scription to the capital slock or said company,
bonds of said citv, with coupons attacked,
thall be duly lsa-e'd and delivered in sums of
five hundred dollars ($500) each, azgiegatlng
tho amount or thlrtv thousand dollars (S3J,
OWI 00) , payable in twenty ('20) years from date
of issue, each bearing six per cent, interest,
pavable semi-annually; both principal and in
terest pavable at the Ucl agency 01 the state
or Kansas in the city orXcw York; Each bonds
to be duly iEEued and delivered upon compli
auce with the conditions hereinafter tet out
and delivery or stock In said rosd ns by
law provided The conditions upon which
said subscription to tbo capital stock oroaid
company is ma Je are.
'1 hat said Wichita, Cedarvale ,.1 Southeastern
Railway Company shs.ll construct a railroad or
standard gaue (including all nece-sary track
and switches) into said city above named, and
have cars running thereon rromsomo point 0:1
the east lino or sedwIck county, Kansan, in
to said city, on or beloro September 30th, A.
1). 1SS7. (Uelnyabyactof God and ordeis or
court orjnilethereorcfc pted.)
And we pray that said mayor and council,
upon presentation of this petition, duly con
vene and make an order, which order ehall
embrace the terms and conditions of this peti
tion , nnd euch other conditions as said mayor
and council rasvtlc em advisable; and also lin
ing the time for holding a special election,
which we pray may be held, as by law provid
ed, under rbapter -107, laws or Kansas. 1870,
and amendments thereto, to determine whether
Euchsi'bacription shall be made.
And tho loun orthe ballot to be meet at such
special election for and against said proposi
tion so submitted shall be as follows, each
qualified voter voting lor said proposition shall
bae printed or written en h!s ballot:
"Tor subscription to the capital stotli fr the
Wichita, Cedarvale & bonthea3tcrn Kailway
Kncli imaliflcd voter otlng asa-nstsald prop
osition frhail have printui or written on bla
hallot: ,, , , .
-Against subscription to the capital Ftock
or the Wichita, Cedarvale Southeastern Ken
And whereas, said board or maycr and coun
cil, In pnrtuance to said lielition, being duly
convened aa by law provided, an l after naving
examined paid petition, lonnd that tho same
was In dno form, nnd was duly signed by more
than two-fifths of the resident tax payers of
said city, and duly made an order, graining
tneprserot saidpeimon, anu oruermg iusui
special election shall bo held In said city on
the 2d day or November, A. J. 1SSG, to deter
mine whether ssidclty shall subscribe thirty
thousand dcl'ara to tM capital stock ore3id
company, and issue bonds to said company In
payment therefor, en the terms and conditions
all as sot out in said petition, nnd rurtber or
dering that In the event that a majoiity or tho
voters votingat paid election, cast theirballots
la favor of biid proposition, and vote to 'issue
bonds in payment therefor, then tho city clerk
of said city shall forthwith, for and on be
hnlf.antlintbe name or sild city, subscribe
$',0,0C0.0J to tho st ck of said company. And
it wan further ordored that If said railway
company fully cunplywlih tho conditions of
said sut)3criptlon, men mo maur ui me city
and tho city clerk of said city, shall duly
Issue bonds of said city In eaid sum; said bonds
to bear six (G) percent interebt, principal ard
Interest to be due and payable as act out in taid
petition. , ,,
And It was further ordered that tha billots
to be usod at such election shall bo rs follows
Each qualified vottr, voting at Mich election
In favor of eald proposition, shall have wiitten
or printed on bis ballot,
'i'orEnb-.criptionto tho capltsl stockor the
Wichita, Cedarvale & Southeastern Iiallway
And each qualified voter voting agalnet said
projK)3ltion shayi have written or printed on
"Against subscription to tho capital stock of
tho Wichita, c.tarva o aouineaaieiu rail
way Company. " ... . . .,
a ml it yna fnrther ordered that such election
bo held on the 2nd day of November, 1S:G, at
tl.o rollowingvotmg precincts in taiucuy, 10-vvlt-
In tho First ward at S. W. Tord'ajivery
f.i,i1)1h on South Main street.
la tho Second ward at Ilnhn'a carpenter
shop en west ?lde or Main streot Dcleen Jbirst
and Second btroots.
In tho Third ward at No. 11G North Market
In tlio Fourth ward at A. Smith's carpenter
shop, corner of Main und Third streots.
In the Fifth ward at Seaman'a real estate
oillcc on Chicago avenue.
Said voting places being tho regular estab
lished voting precincts in baid city.. And it is
further ordered that tho m.vyor of said c'ty
duly make and isuo this proclamation for the
date and at tho places designated, and that be
give thirty dayn printed notico In tho Wichita
Jsilv Beacon and Wichita Daily Eagle, print
ed and published and in g-neral circulation
throughout eaid city, and that said mayor post
notices as lequired by law.
Therefore, I, E. W. Aldrlcb, mayor of Wich
ita, Kansas, bv vlrtno of antionty in me by
law vt"-trd, and in puru'.nce to the ab vo or
der of taid council, do hereby give pnblicproc
lifoation and due notice that a cpecisl election
f-ball bo held in said city at I' e places nbovo
dejinatfdon November 2nd, A. 1). 'tsj, to
determine whether said city shall mike such
subscription and issue said bonds on the condi
tions sot cut in eaid petition.
Such election shalt in all respects be con
ducted, tho loturns made, result ascertained
and declared, all asrrovldcd by lawforgencrnl
In witness whereof I, U. V Alurich, maycr
or Wichita, Kansas, bavo hereunto Eft my
hand, atthe cltv of Wichita, thii let day of
October, liC. '
TS. W. Arniicn,
Mavor of Wichita. Kansas.
AttPSt l"i;ro SciiAiTNfci. tity Clerk.
B. K. BROWN,
DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, KANS.
H. McKIM DUBOIS
I hz ? an accurate ft of twota ami aas jireparwl x
nWc fall ul
Complete Abstracts of Title
To any pruporty la SeJi-w'cV Ctantj.
OEce Over KSXala Sir .
Wichita, - Kan.
lf.-Jt las iiM
ssSi g Pit w Wtr
$vM s I p jj f-i
BM1 IE W M.
Lots in McCormicks addition are now --sale. This property
in first hands, lies near the street railway, and is convenient to
schools and churches. There is nothing better in tho market.
Four lots on North Topeka avenue a $100, less than market
Twenty lots in Orme & Phillips audition 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 S10. Price
Business lot on North Main street, very cheap at S5.600.
Lot centrally located on Douglas avenue, $12,500.
Fifty ft on Lawrenco 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.
8 lots in Orme & Philips'
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 $1600 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.
addiiton, will sell for ten days at
CANON-:- CITY -:-COALr
BADGEB LTJaiBER CO., WEST DOUGLAS AVE.
"VIELE & SHEPARD,
City and Farm Loans and Insurance.
Money always on Hand for Good Loans,
FIRE, PLATE GLASS, AND STEAM BOILER INSURANCE.
248 and 250 North Main Street,
Ask Your Agent
FOR LOTS EN"
Inside Property at
KLIf S -1 - CRANE, - Real - Mate.
POSTOFFICE BOX Xo. SSL
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY.
FINE CRACKERS and PURE CANDIES.
41S and 420 EAST DOUGLAS AVElvflTEL
Wichita City Roller MI and Elevator.
K?TABLED WT4. CSCORTOn .TE1 IK
Mtnufactcr t Following CIbratl DrAadsi
IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy;
X. LC. R.f Fancy.
The brawls hare beta on the mri:pt nt, vrt, nirth in J louth for (en rrv. nml Iher Ry"
TiTlalilo reputation whert-Ter Introduced. To try thin V to lli them. ToareiUi taTauriirt
v. tt at hlgbut cash pr!c.
OLIVER, ILIEODEIT & CO.
FRANCIS TIERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gras Works
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES III KANSAS.
(ylSSvotMAxis WICHITA, 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 stoatn pump3
and pumping machinery. All kinds of repairing done on short notl"o
and satisfaction guaranteed.
A. FLAGG, Proprietor.
At Lowest Rates and Ready for
S. W. COOPER,
Drs. M, and H. BRANDOM,
-t and Ear Infirmary
-,. iumm '-..
J Surgical Institute.!
"X l 'jr'7 : Boenvnr I,
No. -.13 Dut jw;s arenar, WJcW, Ic
Br. II. JSitlin. ono nt tk Twin fir-r. vp
I-al nUenOott to th trtm't of CSKr.
trcW a tarztmtMr of fttk ill
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b-ooioe im;rccitd b-.i tfc eurmrrrxt. ..o
mossy raireri itnrtl caiu I rwTfe
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IIcrtBCB Ptankc ritia, Kl; .
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A ott. Oat vJIIe. Ks . Kcry I I. Ost rfUe. .
G. A. Blinn& Co.
2d. St. bet. ilain & ilarkeL
Jta-Si far O tttsGZ r?y US
Druggist and Groeers
First Block vest &f Tremont House
. M. ALLEN &. CO.,
Jlolde and Retail
112 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
BESSY V. SHErM.
Attorney mt Lw.
H. J. CriASR
Main M0SL. WICHITA. Kan.
GRAVEL ROOFS AND PAVEMENTS
i Walks, Drives, CeHa.-s and CJs-
Pflicatiofl to Iron, Wood and Stone
mrr fwtlMr Pi-mttr Xpftf V
RJZER & HUMPHREY,
Or m64rm Loc'x i vrtr. Xmw
ass S"rs XJ,rf
Eyg, riocc, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Curgory and Dcformltloo.
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Proprietor ad StsrscK Ja C -.
2oa 2U Sltf
Biffll t Jire
WUArttJt o4 Et8 tlr b.
Colorado & Pennsyivaaia Anthracite
i.oi sX k4 e
Caon City, Trioidad aid
0age City, Blojfg
Pa., Piaitnoni, V fi
McAJIiiter. Fort Scott,
Ciierofcee, Bick K3I
Lime, PlaUcf, Cawet, BcK 5 .
walk aad Boftdto Stone