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xz WLichitn gailB g0l : 'Sc&efeesilais WoymiUQ, 0xrjembjer 3, 1886.
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R. B. TIME TABLES.
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EAST EOUXD TRAILS. .
Train loaves Wichita 0 33 a. m. and 7-40 p.m.
Train arrives from the cast MO a. m. and 720 p. m.
Train leaves .s ."3.30 a. m. and 8 p. rn.
Train amies ,...9:03 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Wlclilta X Colorado.
Train leaics for Hutchinson. ...9 13 a.m. and 7.30 p m.
Train arrli cs from Hutchinson. .-'; 1 a.m. and 7:03 p m
A., T. A. S. r. K. K
Solng Korth, Passenger
Going North, Accommodation
3oIn(j South. 1'asscnger
Going South, Passenger
Going South, Accommodation
825 a. m.
7 40 p.m.
U IS p.m.
2.30 p. m.
... . 823a.m.
7 10 p.m.
Going North. Passenger
Going North, Accommodation.
Oolng South, Passenger
Going South, Accommodation .
Going North, Passenger
Going South. Passenger
"Wichita i. Western.
. 8-20 a. m.
. 7 15 p.m.
. 8 43 a. m.
. 750 p.m.
. 223 p. in.
No. 2, Slall and Express.
No. 4, Express
No. 1 3!all and Express.
No. 3, Express
St. Louis .'- ban TraiicLsco.
. 5.50 p. m.
.li-03 p. in.
. 920 p.m.
Going West. P. -onger..
Going Wet, Pa. vigcr. - -
Going West. Krci t
Going Past. l'asscn-t' r....
Going East. Passenger .
Going East. Freight
Goln East, Freight
,7. A. nALLOWFLL,
Late U. S. Attorney
.T. E. ITCJIE.
Law; c, 112 North Main fct., Wichita, Kan. Ill tf
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attorney at-Law, Wichita. Sedgwick county Kan.
Office In Centennial P.lotk. dia.tr
J. R. SITES.
ttoraev at Law. Office 117 E Douglas nu-nac.
with Anglo-American Loui and imestnicntco.
Attorneyt-at Vxv. Olllce in the Eagle Block, oj or
Hoicy & Co'ri JJry uoow biore.
w.r.cixrnrxL. jas.i. mi:n.
CAMPBELL & DYER.
Attomt-v s at Lavr, Wichita. Kan. l"-tf
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Vtio-nciS at I.w, No. lil N. Slain St.. op;tfw:to
Txoniee. Commercial collection- a b;.-cialt,.
Will practice in state and I ideral courts.
W. A. MORR I S,
Attornt-j at Law. No. 221 J-ut Douglas a enue.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attorney at-Lavr. onkP.No.124N Main street, tip
stairs. ncxtto postoftlce. A I' hlr.t. Ransom. dJOwl-iU
- ores U.K.STAVI.KV
Attorneys nt-Lnvr. Wiclilta. K tnns
J. F. LAUCK.
Attorney at Law. ORico first door nortn of U. S.
Land olllce in Commercial Woo:. WloliUa, Kansas.
bpedalottentlongUcntoall kind or business con
ncctt-d w 1th the U-ilted btates Inml ofllee.
HATTON &. RUGGLES.
Attorwt at Iiw. 2gjj?jl'j- "''"'cblt.t. Kansas.
Attorney at Law. Oftlceovcr No. 13 Main street.
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
Attorney at L.iw. Will practice In all Kan
courts. Collections a specialty. OfUe oicr Snath &.
Stoker's Douglas avenue, WiUilta, Lan.
D. A. MITCHELL.
Attoinoj pt Law ami coll Ki.ou agent. No. UTialn
sr.tr 1, Wichita. Ku.i-.js.
E. D. PARSONS.
Attorney at Law- nnil Ileal Litatu Agent. Oflh.e
opposite aianlnttan hotel, room i).
" H. E. CORN.
Attorney at Iw. OPicc over 122 Douglns ainac.
F. P. MARTIN.
ft.r.fvatL.iw. Office over Hjdo & Humble's
Book More. 114 Maluaticet. i.p staiia, A Ichlu. Kan.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney at Law, Woodman'3 BanJi bull-ling, 11J
gIV. COIXISOS. KOllKTM-lITT.
Attorae3-atI.-iw. AVill practice in state and fed
eral courts. Olllco in Temple lilock, JlaUi street, sec
ond stalrwaj north of post olio . Wichita. Kansas.
rvrTAiJjjji; " "" no.w.AiM3.
ADAMS & ADAMS.
AtrorniitTiw. Will practice In state and fed
eral courts. OHko In Eagle bloclr. Wichita. Kansas.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Atto-ncj s at Law, Comm. rclal block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attor-ievab-Lnv. Koora No. S, "U. S. Laud Ofilcc
h'llldin.-. VIelit-i. ira'i.
W. S. MORRIS.
Atto'ncyatLaw. on-ceiuTompicElock. Wichita,
SAN KEY & CAMPBELL.
Lrvers. Wichita. Kana. Oftiec southwest cor
ner .J.lrl.fct sti eet and Douglas a e.
GEO. W.CLEMENT, JR.
Attorney at-Law. Olllce 1 51 JIaIn Mrect. Kansas
Nat'onal Itank baildlug, Wichita. Kan.
ALLEN WALKER, M. D.,
Physician and Surge -.n. Ofllco 122 N. Main St., Old
P. O". Uuildlng. Giy? t-pcci.il attention to Diseases
uf Women and Children and Mldyyircrj-.
Dr. W.UKer holds a special certiflcate for hospital
practice In the Lniycrsitj Hospital, 15altimon, Jld.
Spccliltles- Dlse.iss of the Kj e, Ir, Noo and
Throat. Catarrh and tlttlnc f,!n-ses. OflU-o souths est
corner Douglas and Market, upstair. Vt"lclilta. ivans.
Homa'opathNr. General j met ice. chronic dlsexcs.
and diseases of ft. males. 1.b-pl"ie o. lot
Olllce and residence over fcict 1 v Ijuih hardware
Btore, 117 N ilaln &ti-eet, AVichita, Kan.
Olllco Lours, S to 10 a. in to i ;v m . and at night.
P. D. St. JOHN, M. D
onice 217 Pi-st Douglas a e. Kesldeuce- Wj Noi th
Main street. .
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
Ofllco ar-1 re-Ider.ce. Sll Doaglas a enue, ontli s-Me,
Barnes' block. o er Dcrbj S Implement More, Wichita.
W. A. MINNICK, M. D. .
nomtvpathlst. Ofllee with Dr. IX. Matliews Main
street, second stairwnv north of po-toll!ce. Ileal
!onc' ll'IT North Fourth t-tret- near Union depot.
Wichita, Kans is. 1 clc phone No. 141.
DR. J. J. STOMER.
llomeoepithi-t. onico opposite jKitonice. KesI
dciici. ftS Nonh Mala t-treet, Wichita, Kansas. Tilt-
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Vliyslel.ms and "arsvons. oniee D"am block, oppiv
!te Oocidt-iital hotel. Kcsldcnoe. To7 Water Miwt,
oorrer Oak street.
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
FhjMcIm and Stirsoon. ORl.-c and rosldcnre 420
Douglas acr.ao. New anil etleetual treatment of
heirorrholds, and di eases of w om m a siecia!t.
DRS. McCOY& PURDY.
OHice 147 Mal-i street, over Recht vt Soui.' store.
Wichita. Kan. Telephone at residences
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Phj'lciaa and Surgeon. Olhce oi ex Fuller .t Son's
Gt.m ry. .
J. Mlt-TON WELCIf, M. U. T. E. WKLCJt. it. I)
DRS WELCH &. WELCH.
OPlce 221 Douglas avonac. Wleulta, iransas. where
they iaa be found at all hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN.
Physicians nnd Surgocns. Onice on wot side of
Main stre-et. first stAfrwaj south of "Maronlc bulldiaz.
Telephone to A. B. T.
PALMER C JAY.
Phvl !- i nnd Surgeon. crk
slorel s.3 East DougUcs a onue.
U. Terry's drug
. H. MATTING LY.
Fhys.felan. Ofilco oavt Loadou Tailors, No. 133
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
P! sjclan ami Smrgeon. Will continue hi" profes
sion lu all Us branches. ConuUa:Ion free. Onice
tied iv-:i(ieiiceatlSlN Main ht.. over Woller & Kll
L S. ORDWAY, M. D. .
Homoropathist. Office corner Douglas and Law
rence avenues, rooms 1 and 3, telephone 133.
J. E. BENNETT, M. D.
Of .the firm of "Hall & Bennett," docs a general
practice, but gUes special attention to the cure or
EPILEPSY or falling fits, the OPIUM .HABIT,
CATARRH, PILES and private deseascs in both sexes.
Consultation free nnd confidential. Office, 14o -xortn
Main st. Telephone 33. (Sco display advertiement
In this paper. i
J. H. TILDEN, M. D.-
Special attention given to Surgery and 0n8ecol.
og5. Residence 123 S. Market. SfflceCSN. Main.
Will visit any part or thestato In consultation or to
jrUllVtiU ClAAi4W vT'"
SMITH &. HOUGLAND,
Dentist. Eagle building. Douglas aenne, Wichita,
l'lrt X, PATTPW
IVlOIM-l- -- ' " -"
Sunreon Dentists. Teeth evracted without pain.
Bestti ortlliclal fcth, $3.30. Office 217 East Douglas
acnuc Wichita. Kan.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the postollicc. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentists. Ofllee over Barnc3 & Son's drug store,
Centennial Block, WicLita.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piaso, Orf,an and Theory, 422 North Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
Professional Piano Timer and Repairer. Refer
ences, Catherine Russell and Thomas Shaw & Co. All
pianos tunee by the wave system the only method
that y III tune our piano perfect and make It soui.d
chfimiln-r. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
Thomas Shaw t Co , music dealers, Main street.
EUI-El'J MEM) EXT.
G. A- MASTERS,
Formerly of Boston and Chicago, has opened an
ofilce in the Opeia House, corner of Market and
first btretts. 37 2m
a. w. nusii.
J. II. GILES.
RUSH c5c GILES.
Architects and Supermtendcnth. Office in Ellott &
Jlctes building, room 7.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superintendent. Plans and specifica
tions for all classes of buildings. Oilico oyer Hjde'3
TERRY & DUMONT.
Architect and Superintendents. Offlco in Roys'
block, V.'lchit.i. Kan.
w. t. ruounrooT. o. w. mui.
Architects and Superintendents. Olllce In Eagle
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
V lerlnary Surgeon; graduito of Philadelphia Vet
erin irj College of 75. Proprietor of Horses Home,
opposite G. A. It. building. 1st, st. Telcphono 172. d'JS
The Photographer. Pictures In all sizes and styles.
He alo carries tho finest assortment of picture
f rames In the eltj . Ule him a friendly call ami ex
" B.'S. GARRISON."
Justlco of the Peace. Oflce . Ilh Woodcock &
Dorae-i , lu Doiiey building.
Successful' tnuht by mill.. Address
VJi imt J. W. PA JsSONb. Tremont. Ohio.
DR- E. M. CONK LING,
Cor. Main and Second streets, Wichita, Kansas.
DISEASES OP THE RECTUM
fc ai.d all CHRONIC DISEASES a Specialty.
Successor to Dr. J. M. r.ittcrson In the use of the
celebrated UHINKEUHOM' PAINLESS SYSTEM, the
most successful sj tcln i et dlscoy ercd for the cure of
plies, rectal ulcer, assure nt ma in ano, itenmg piles
poll pus, etc. No knife, ligature, cautery orculoro
term; no detention from business: gicatlj Iiapoied
Instruments. Glhco hour- !) to 11.20 a. m , 1 to S and
C o") to 3 i). in. fc-undei s 2 to 4 p. m. Consultation and
examination free. rile for lull information.
WM. HALL. M. D.
J. E. BENNETT, 31. D
Dre. Hall & Bennett
OVER WOODMAN'S BANK, ISO N 3LMN ST.,
Continues to sacccssf ullr treat all diseases of omen,
He does not do general practice, as ho gl cs his entire
time to his specialties. In tl'e tiy o j ears ho has been
la Wichita ho has cured liiidiuls of ladies In this
city and adjoining towiis. any of whom y ill !peak lu
thehkdic-t uimsof his Miecsful cure and gentle
inanlv trcntnent n hlle itmler hiscare. If any person
afllli ted v ith any of the foil iiyliig diseases nil con
sult him llrst, time will be a!ucd, monci saicd and
31ISPI. CEMENT, or Prolapsus of the Womb,
and all UTERINE TROUBLES.
POLYPUS AND FIBROD TUMORS,
causing too frequent, painful and ii regular menstru
ations, LEUCOEBIICEA. etc.
He alo successfully t-eats all kldnej and bladder
Foreign Bodies in the Bladder and Urethra,
ca'islng ty o frequent and jx.inf i.l urhiuting, and all
fomi of PRIVATE.
such as Sivormatorrhei, Impoter.ey, and all tho uu
pleasant results of such tioubles.
SVPIIILIS positively cured and cntlrclj. eradicated
from the syf-tcm.
GONORRHCE.V cured I.i firm three to eight dajs or
GLEET and STRICT URE cured la patients of j cars
PILES nnd other diseases of the genitourinary or
gans quickly cured. He gu irantees all curable cases.
if ho cannot cure j ou he n HI plainly tell j ou so.
DR. BENNETT dei ote especial attention to the
troatmnr of Epilepsy or Falling It, w l.Ich he treatM
by the latest and most approied mclhoils nnd In
n hleh he guaiantces a cure in all curable cises, Ho
nl ogiies especial i are to the cure of thoso jK-r'O'is
MhoiuonfllletcHt -yyith the onlum or morphine habit.
Cases of contlndnient attended promptly, carefullj
Patients in general pr.'ctico receiie prompt and
Rcmcmlicr that be 1 at his old office at 1GX 31aln
street. oyer Woodman's Bank, or address lock box
927. Telephone S3. d&M
Wichita, Masyfield. "Wellington,
Harper, Attica, Garden Plain,
Anthonv. Arkansas City, An
dale and Haven.
0. B. JACOBS.
MONEY TO LOAN f)D INSURANCE.
Valley Centre, Sedgwick County, Kas
Ready Money. Low Rates,
INTEREST PAID IN WICHITA.
PRtYlLECC OITKN TO PAY OFF IN INSTAUIENTS.
Chattel &. Persona! Loans a Specialty
G. A. HATFIELD & CO.,
opiwitcPcstomcc. Wichita, Kans.
''Will you lovo mo then, as now?9 -3-Snf
1 1 Tin whisner camo from you,
When tto plighted mutual vow, jj.
Breathing of affection true. ?&
'Will you lovo me then, as now?' -5-
Picturinir vears or tou oetween,
WrinMes written on each brow, &
Tresses turned to silvery sheen. A
"Will you lovo me then, n3 now?
And my answer pleased you well,
While I fancied that somehow
All things brightened 'neath joy's spelL
"Will you love me then, as now?"'
'Xwas a fallacy I spoke;
See, like culprit, here I bow,
From my soul thos3 words revoke.
Start not, darling; then, as now,
Surely I could not have told
With what measure to allow
For love's growth an hundred ford.
Mrs. Addie B. Billington.
Eatinjj a Sermon and a Miracle.
Every one who eats" his matutinal egg
eats a sermon and a miracle. Inside of
that smooth, symmetrical, beautiful shell
lurks a question which has been the Troy
town for all the philosophers and scien
tists since Adam. Armed with the engines
of war the miscroscope, the scales, the
offensive weapons of chemistry and reason
they have probed and weighed and ex
perimented; and still tho question is un
solved, the citadel unsacked. Professor
Bokorny can tell you that albumen is com
posed of so many molecules of carbon and
nitrogen and hydrogen, and can persuade
you of the difference between active and
passive albumen, andean show by wonder
fully delicate experiments what the alde
hydes have to do in the separation of gold
from his complicated solutions; but he
can't tell you why from ona egg comes a
"little rid Inn," and from another a
You leave your little silver spoon an
hour in your egg-cup. and it is coated "n ith
a compound of siilphur. Why is that sul
phur there? Wonderful, that evolution
should provide for tho bones of the future
hen! There is phosphorus also in that
little microcosm; and tho oxygen of the
air, passing through the shell, unites witli
it, and the acid dissolves tho shell, thus
making good strong bone3 for the chick,
and at the same time thinning the prison
wall. Professor Matthew-Williams.
Discoiery of "Gclatlno" Byixiiuilto.
Mr. Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dyna
mite and blasting gelatine, has recently
introduced what ho terms gelatine dyna
mite, which combines and gives effect to
the qualities of the two great explosives
that go to form its name. It has gone lit
tle farther than the test stage as yet; but
accounts o its uto in mines, limestone
and granite quarries, tunnels, and col
leries show that it has advantages that
tho intelligent workman appreciates;
that it doss the work of dynamite in places
that cannot be well ventilated, and that it
leaves so little of an offensive smell that
miners can go in almost immediately,
feel no bad effects, nnd go on with their
Ticoo Tiv.iisTormcil Into Housu Plants.
A very pretty ornament for the house or
lawn is a dwarfed v.hite oak, some enthu
siast making eatable pets of these min
iature lords of the forost. These plants
are readily laised in flower pots from
tho acoins, and require no attention ex
cept watering. Tne dwarfing of the tree
is effected by tho cutting oft the lap root
every spring for a few years, this pier ess
keeping the tree of diminutive sie vi hilo
it docs not prevent ordinary develop
ment o now branches. Arkansaw Tiav
eler. Careful Gradation', in England.
The occupants of tho softest cushions
are treated with tho f-oftcst manners tho
occupants of the hardest with an appro
priate asperity. '-Tickets, gentlemen, if
you please,'' is the form in which first-class
passongeraaie addressed; this becomes, in
tho case of the second-class pa- scngers,
"Tickets, please;'5 and when the collector
puts his head into ijic third clasb compart
ment his manner is shorn of all civility,
and he biusquely cries, ''Tickets! ' W. II.
Ridcing in Brooklyn Magazine.
"When ri re-Places Were Used.
Fire-places came into general uso in
country halls in the sixteenth century.
In earlier halls tho hearth was in the mid
dle of the room, and the smoke found its
way to the timber 1 oof. which it black
ened, and then through the ltntcrniu tho
center to the open air. Tho more refined
habits of the sixteenth century leti'to a
better arrangement, and the fire-place was
universally constructed in the wall, and
the smoke essapzd up a chimney. De
aim C2i:mccs of Uiiiial Alive.
'The chances c f a person being buried
while in a trance arc about one m a mill
ion. If jou have any fear that such may
be your fate I'll take your order now to
fire a musket close to your ear before the
coffin is scale 1 up. If you don't jump I'll
go on with the burying. Detroit Under-
Lallan r J-. :i Slipyci y Tliinjj.
"Language is a slippary thing to deal
with, as sonic may nnd when selecting
their similes. Says a "tt ritcr: ' Speak of a
man's marble brow, aad he will glow with
conscious pride; but allude to his woo len
head, and lie's mad in a minute.'' The
young lecturer's '"Mmiloswere gathered in
a heap" when he expressed the whole body
of his argument on deceit in the follow
ing: ' Oh, "my brethren, the snowiest
shirt front may conceal an aching bosom,
and the stiffest of all collars encircle a
throat that has many a bitter pill to swal
low." Chambers' Journal.
Vt'aj to Go feltod to the Sea Saiuls.
Canvas shoes for seaside wear scam to
have familiar forms, but aro in new and
desirable colors. The moccasin-shaped
bathing shoe has also suffered sta sea
change,'' nnd can now be obtained of can- !
vas, ilannel or and:, in. all colors, to i
match bathing suits. A thin and light
but firm sole of cork is stitched securely. 1
to a thin layer of leather, nnd thus affords j
perfect protection to the feet from sharp r
rocks and other '-dangers of the deep"' sea J
bathing. Boston Globe.
IJcsult of :i Ur:sit.t"i Jlist.iLe.
As corn will soon be large enough for
the coons to bother it, and as jcu fre
quently give information gratis, I write
this for the benefit of my brother farmers.
Last year I "went to n drug store to buy
strjehnine for use to kill coons in the
field, but the druggist made a mistake
and put up morphine, all of which I did
not know until I got ready to use: so I
used it, and the next morning the field
was full of coons, all fas; asleep. Arkan
sas Cor. Globe-Democrat.
A Good l'ercentjjj Lired ThrouIu
"Are you afraid of scarlet fever among
your children, Mrs. W.?5
0h, no," replied Mrs. W., not very. It
ran through my sister's family of six chil
dren and she only lost two.5 Xew York
Kilo l"iyins aiania in Illinois.
Kite fiying has become such a mania at 1
Banian. 111., that prominent citizens en-
gage iu it. One kite is seven feet long and
has been sent over 2.000 feet into the air. !
Three mci and a windlass are reqmred to 1
draw it back to earth. New Orleans
-TzfZ - ,
NINE-TENTHS OF THE WARE WORN
SAID TO BE NOT SOLID.-
Brooklyn as 3 Center for tho Trado
What 15 Claimed for tne Triple-Plated
'Xho Cf ass "Who Bay tlio Bogus 3X"onxn
inj Goods. j
Cheap jewelry is widely worn. Brook
lyn contains a dozen or more stores in
which a large trade is done in all classes
of plated ware, from tho 50-cent diamond
(?) pin to tho elegantly engraved triple
plated bracelet. Some years ago bogus
jewelry was only affected by the lower
classes of colored people, but if a dealer
with whom a reporter talked recently i3
to be believed nine-tenths of tho jewelry
worn is not solid. The reporter's inform
ant desired to impress him with the fact
that a va3t difference existed between
plated and "snide"' jewelry. -Snido jew
elry is sometimes called electro-plated
ware, and is what is generally supposed
to have been dipped in gold.
Tho dipping process is no longer in use.
To the inexperienced oye no difference is
to be found between an electro-plated
chain worth 73 cents and a Eolid gold
chain valued at $10. Both lock alike, and
if tho plated chain turns black in a few
days its appearance when purchased is
quite as goo.l, if not better, than that of
the real article. This city is becoming a
csnter for the cheap jewelry trade. East
ern manufacturers have for weeks been
examining sites for the purposo of erect
ing a mammoth factory in Brooklyn on
the river front. Tho industry is a large
one and employ s thouaands of hands. In
caso the manufacturers mentioned above
can find a favorable location, ground will
be broken for tho factory the coming fall.
WILL OUTWEAE SOLID JEWELEY.
It is claimed that cheap or triple plated
jewelry will wear longer and give better
satisfaction than solid, and that it makes
abetter appeal auce, and if lost or stolen
the loss is comparatively a small one.
Qaaitj stones, cut diamond shape, or with
thirty-five faces, are of recent date. They
are of a yellow color and unbacked. At
niht the effect of a dozen or more of these
stones is dazzling. Quartz U found in
Brazil in large quantities and shipped to
Holland for cutting, and from there trans
ported to this country. Diamonds havo
often passed from tho custom house offi
cials iu Xcw York and elsewhere billed as
Continued the icporter's informant: ''The
fraud is now something of a 'chestnut,'
but has been practiced with entire iitc-
cess. li'uine btones, backed with tin foil,
arc much worn by young girls in their
hair, aud by, members of tho theatrical
profession, lihinc stones aro made of
glass and contain a small per centagc of
red lead. Formerly tho manufacture of
Bhino btoncs was exclusively a irench
industry, but of late years many havo
been made m Aevrlork. iseilagoou
quality Rhine stone, nicely mounted in a
stud, for thirty-five cents. Quartz dra
mond rings and rins in bolid gold settings
can be bought from $f to 10 each. Brace
lets of rolled gold warranted to wear ten
years, bring $1 to 3 each. Watch chains
arewoith horn 50 cents to ?!. A large
trade is done in gold plated, nickel and
siher ore watches. It is said that silver
ore will woar longer and not scratch so
easily as watch cases made of coin sivcr.
They are ons-fifth cheaper. A watch with
a silver ore case can be uonght for .
THE CLASS WHO 11 EV THE EOGES.
"What class buy plated wedding lings?''
"You would be surprised to see tho men
who purchase bogus engagement and
wedding rinirs. They do not appear as
though for 4 or $5 would make, any mate
rial difference to them. Wc sell plated
lines from 3."j to 00 cents each. It is amus
ing to see the manner in which many
well-dressed and respectable people buy
cheap jewelry. Before they ask to bo
show n goods they make the clerk under
stand that tho jjwelry which it is tueir
intention to puichr.se is not desired for
them. It is usually bought for servants
or childien, they say. Children can not
wearlare plated bracelets or brooches,
neither do they v.ejro heavily plated watch
chains. Many people s pndo will not al
low them to acknowledge that they
purchase bogus jowelry for their own
Cheap jewelry is rarely worn by women
in mourning An entire set or cheap
mourning go ls composed of imitation jet
can be purchased lor 1. Of late years
the dry goods hoas3 have added cheap
jewelry departments, aud the business
clone in this line is largo. The fir&i-class
jewelry stores, too, have been compelled
to acknowledge the importance of the
cheap trade, and sail plated ware. One
dealer informed the reporter that the
profit on cheap jewelry was small only
7o per cent, being lealizcd. Brookhn
Cattlemen in western Texas have organ
ized an association for tho sinking of an
extensive system of wells for tho watering
Ho TIioiiRht He Kiiou Butler,
A citizen walked up tho depot platform
yesterday afternoon nnd gazed for two or
three minute. at the new train signals re
cently erected on ihe south side of the shed
roof. Then he turned to Officer McHlwee
"What's them things for?"'
"Why, that jigamcrig on ton o' that ere
"0, that's to stop trains," replied tho
A look of incredulity came into the
man's face and he said:
"Can't fool me, mister, vrith such tra3h.
Train1 stopped Iktcj many years before
sich things came around. No man conld
stop a train wnn a piece of board 'way up
there. Stop a train! Hear him talkf
And the citizen enjoyed a good laugh and
then coming to the subject again he asked,
-But, mister, what is item thimrs forj any
way. You might as we'l give it away.'
"They pre to stop trains with, I tell
you,"' reiterated the policeman.
"Do jon mean to tell me that a yaal
lcng piece of wood can reach 'way cross
the track and stop a locomoky? Wacher
"It catcher on the smoke-stack and puts
on the air ir ,l.e, ' explained a passenger;
"It's a new faugled invention for stopping
the engine right away."
Tve lived around Chester these fifteen
yesr-V soliloquized the citizen as he gazed
with wonder at iho shingle, ca:rd I've
never seen "em obliged to stop trains that
air way." Chester Times.
.s Known Amonj Hi Xeishbor.
"The It. B Hayes known in these
parts,"" said one of the citizens Fremont,
Ohio, recently, 'Is a benevolent, cultured
and vviurveous gentleman, heartily in
sympathy with his neighbor?, instantly
ready with purse and voice to forward
every wise scheme for advancing the ma
terial interests of the town.'
Those "Who Leave" the Sanetuario.
A test of the rcLrion of those who leave
the sanctuaries "behind tfcsm is famished
by the help they ire to the efforts te
make the hot weather bearable to the
sick, the poor and the chiMren who can
rot set away. Boston Herald,
The artesian wells, it i3 bftHcval, will
some day convert the arid-slaked plains of
Texas into a frattfu" region
Lots in McCormicks addition are now "nsale. This property
in first hands, lies near the street railway, and is convenient to
scnoois ana cnurcnes. There is nothing Dsttet m the market.
Four lots on "Nor thTopekaavomio at $100, less than market
Twenty lots in Orme & Phillips auuit.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 S10. 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 & Philips' addiiton. will sell for ten days at
10 lots in Pwichland addition, $150 each, must be sold this waek.
19 lots in Chatauqua addition, $175 each.
Lots in Maple G-rove addition east of the city. These lots are
selling rapidly at popular prices.
THE BEST OK AUL.
I have the exclusive sale of a
stead on Colle ere Hill. These are
ket for parties intending to build. Prices range from $1000 to J
$2,000 each, pare time, uaii early and mane a selection.
Farms and vacant lands in all parts of the county.
Abstracts of title furnished free of charge.
N. F. NEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and
sub-division of the Moser Home- j
certamlv the best lots in the mar
Drs. M. and H. BRANDOM,
and Ear Infirmary
Formerly oTDcauar lit.
Xo. 13 East Douglas avenue, Wichita. Kansas.
Dr. ILErandoin. one of the Twin Brothers, pays
special attention to the treatment of Cancer. haTlnij
treated a larctr nntnber of case with universal stic
cvs. 1 ft-el It my duty to say to thoso snfferlnff trim
the ilrvsd t!isea.sr Cancer, that I feet sure that 1 can
cure yon. if nottoofaryono. Call before the system
become imprrsnateil with the canecr virus. No
mocey required until cancer U removed.
I v.-lll refers onto a few cas treattsi an-l enrej;
Herman !unta Wichita. Kan.; Arlhar J. AUerajn.
Itonie. Kan.: Eastoa Whltten. ISonW. Kaa.:Aiiani
Wolf. Oatviilo. Karu Henry Kuiens OatTllle, Kan.
Pure Fruit Extracts.
G-. A. Blinn& Co.
2d. St. bet. Main & Market,
For Ealo by Crocer. GoiKtrally . 115
CASWELI, A BIVKLSV.
JlanufAcrurer of Calvantred Iron Cornleoa. Tin,
Iron nnd fclat Itootlnit by t'xjRTlenoeil workmen, ro
palrimi. jrutterin,; and .iot:tlns ilone with n.satnr
jyilsdiuate anil dcslcnt fnrnUholon thort notlro
j EAGLE COKNICE WORKS.
1 Jut north of the OccUental.
Forfeit ir the " COIIN'S GIRI," i net a
i Genuine Havana Idler Cijat U. COHN.
The " COIK'S GIRL" ciSar is now
rnadc wth the
Crop Havana, anl is finer in quality than
I it has ever been.
a costly rear t n .,n, rctJv for fctnfy'T.
Thwsign i egra,.fl ktccl, wnjr'' 1
for lhc jcats, sd i th swvl aruauc in
ever famished to th Hade.
JOBBER of CIGAES,
325 W. Bracks Ave , WI3HETA, tkZ.
JIa-(jucra4 C'tme and Wfci Hiwpwrtajn.
WHt MO ftr tin: fjf-m Tlrrmn&r i w n f w 1
madcmatocUmlCo'm, kp. XMk.-t. ,
t for iWi. jrar-i. nwiwur, .
tall. i"rtl-i. Tubtatttuc. H.
t num iwmi"
nlorw th4r nr-m -artr tn -nTf htmt tlWitU
Utrttt r room omaptHti, oililrrm ' ' t
97. ft irblta. Kjm.
For Bargains In
E. H. DEVORE k CO.
Sx irk Hats,
Kofaitf 2iocV. 402 Dogbs Ae
222 Douglas Arease, Vichila, Kan
With r.e t . i J f i hfht iIrJ8;Il Tut, 'i