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Ite x8lrcTnta lUiily facile: TtxirscUttj SXornTta otremfrer IS, 1886.
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THE TWIN SISTERS.
A rromaa of CO, Trifli a handsome, refined
counteaancs, ia tho lir.es o yrhich ira3
rotten a hiddcu griof , gat, surrounded bj all
I ho lurniry of a palatial homo, mournfully
stariu- into the glovinS coals ef a grate fire
sat staring at a face which peered at her
from tho xrhito, hot dopth3. Tho f aee was
that of a beautiful irl, almost a child, at
tho period jvhora girlhood touches the bridjo
across which lios young womanhood. It v.-as
a charming visage, mado fascinating b7
goldoa hair and graj oyea, which meant a
world of different tiring to whoever looked
into them. Tho woruan'3 reverio was in
terrupted by her doudoir door being thrown
suddenly opon. A vision of graco, youth and
beauty tripped in, a younjj girl, who, as sho
stood motionless for ono instant in the center
of tha apartment, was tho most exact
counterpart of tho face in the coals, with
ono exception, tho eyes. They wer gray
like thosa others, but instead of meaning a
world of different thing? to each new man
who studied them, they ppoko only one trait
J by a bevy of admirers, but sho icokcu ijaia
and haggard. hat did it mean? was
6hc guilty and did he suspect that ho knew
tho truth? Guilty or innocent, she looked
relieved at his coming, although tho gaid
only:
"Get my wraps and take me home."
Tha drivo to their hotel was mad in si
lence, each trying to read the other's
thoughts. Once in the quiet of their own
apartments Russell expected a confession.
.Nona came, IIo could curb tho righteous
dovil within him no longer.
"Eleanor,' he began, -'I am going to ask
you a question and I want tho truth for an
swer." Turning her fearless gray eyes to lib faco
she said:
'Havo not my answers alw ays been truth
fuir "Iprcsumoso."
"Presume? VThat do you mean!'
"Wlsero did you meet Baron Borleinf
"Who says I ever mot himP
Russell mentioned tho names of his friends.
"They were mistaken," his wife replied.
"Surely they know you well enough to
recognize you when they meet you. They saw
you driring with him in tho Bois."
Again sho repeated the same answer.
"I tell you they were niirtaken."
"Is this your only reply?"
"You wanted the truth and you havo it
Tho g,rl glanrM f?ra moment at the figure ' more need I say?
mtho chair. Ihcu going noiseies iv m
woman's sido sho throw her arm3 about her,
kneeling on tho floor as sho did so, and say
ing:
."trfl.- nttttM Tln4-: w -flirt Tr-offA-?'
"Why should I tell you child? You -are
very happy, and I havo not tho heart to
intrudo a fear which might render you
wretched."
'A fear, mother? TThat aro you thinking
of?"
uYoar inarriago."
"How strange. In what way can thoughts
of that render you or mo unhappy?"
"I hava boen loosing into tho coaU, Elea
nor, aad I thoro only ono thing."
'Vf ha Is it, mother?"'
"Tno faca of your twin siatur."
"EiMlIe's ixztV.
"Ici. It haa kaun.-cxl 'w all day, and it
scou-n like tha forerunner of trouble."
'rh aro ei.ly your illaiual fancies, mother
:rIuo. Jou"txivoTiay to them. Why should
you so often rscall thu (loadf
"Tho dsadr
x'fi. Is not Ifctallo dead? Is shft not lying
alini i i that UWlo grarayard st Nica? And
it. 1 a'i3 not trrito bafon lwr death and tall ,
yen r"at thejuiltj wroth vritli whom aha ran j
away h-vl married her? B.t.'dc, no one knors
Iiir "trre c.-rj Lut you and 1. Everybody
thhika teat yrhlla abroad h uiarri fortune
hunting noblinaa and disd a fow years liter.
At tho ito4 il was a rash eonls which ha:
boo.i forgotten Ion aiivw. Th world gos.-sp3
over awl reai3uiiv9rj affairs of that kind for
only nin- osj-j at lb niost." ,
' Tha world, von thy bsttor part of it, is
very bittr, cVil-i, whoo it ilndi an opporta- j
nicjr to b-i so." J
'Tfkr a-! wo wovrv. nwfesr! Ruem1
knows fefr sVry, anl if ha can blot it cat,
why iauld Boi wo? Do yoa suppoji for an
insiat tft tt ooald poifcly chango IiiU ro
"gard fcr ia 1m f5rr
U;j Ru-ll Graham know all! JUi. no
ThT bth
' t :
! .i r. ' j-o yj iii.
Aiicw taxi iui
It was tho day after the scene Iwtween hus
band and wife. The Bois was ulive with car
riages, and tho world of I'aiis was talang it3
afternoon drive. One turnout attracted par
ticular attention. It v.-as a magnificent lan
dau drawn by a pair of coal black horses. On
it3 cushions reclined a woman whose faca wai
the ssmo that had stared out of the coals at
Eleanor's mother.
Suddenly a horso dahed along besido her
carriage, and its rider, a f emalo closely veiled,
throw a noto into her lap. Tho woman's eyes
widenod in amaremeKt. Sho tore cjeu tho
missivo and isad its contents For a moment
she sat bj if spellbound Thon tho indiffur
enco diad out o her f ico, anil 3ho called ner
vously to her coachman. Ho turnod with
defaronco to hoar her cay:
"Drive horn's!"
As tho belis of Pari- chirnod 5 shs was
picking hsr way aiiiong the graves of Poro
In ChaLj. At tho tomb of Allard and
j Hs'.cLto a. wcran haavily veiled acccstod hor.
1 'JSitalU," s-iid tho Etraner, huri iJy, "I
j need not rti3 ssy vQ. You know r. ho I am.
Lat me tell you quickly wh.it I have conxsfor
and I.t mo fc.-ra &n scon as pcssble."
! "In what way?"
J "ily husband is here. People have jcn you
with man whoso very r..imes mcs.n dsati ti
the characfcsr of tha woman with whom tlvy
EMOclab?. You Lave bi miken for me,
r.nd my hubAs4 belisvw ma giulty of having
docMvcd him, bli'svw mo guilty of intrigue.
I with ili dsboaod orotar who ara yoar
friandti. Do you undsrsrand? In havxdfc
nams, aav mwl" "
"By what means?"
"2Sy levinjj Paris. If yon remain liero
loixjsr zay haebsuid may discover who you aro
what yew ars."
TSu vf fttnon thouglst for a momeat, tiion
tatid: "VTioro r jw stepping?
rAt t Grad IwisL'
""llsara it p-a wy wny cut cf the difllcul fey.
Bland with your husband oa
J . , ,J , -.rj, u.j throo WJcoay of ths hofcil tnis evanhi At
years yrvioaily, waan j.lrs. lortimar hart ( j .y;, J .
bstn irAT!h: threiigh Enrspa widi har . t.Jf..Z' : j
roUzg 'tareiiga jjnrspa
lovoly twm danihfcrs, ono of feiioao u;tugii
fera IiA't elopd witit a i:diio advsntainsr.
Tlwyboth lionrd I-.r ! tin adTanku-.ir
was an hapcsiow3 noblma-i, who hd ntr
raJ ha yictnii at Iiicw, wlvro riw fhod nd
wai bsrisd. But Mrs. i-xortaracr know mora
than bfc. kx rim poc-inxxi dail i lie i
secret Imovfl.d5,n whsn Ela?mor waa &f in
r7jst ar veu icing to dof
"?rr So ub on ycu love that yen are
inasjsat and t'aen quit Paris."
"Kott can that bs dons?"
"Don't atk qucrtioar. Good-by."
"Oh, EafctUa," cried Slranor, oatckisa; hor
lot iUtor"s bvj, "LuttH to ma "
Thsra fa so Iwlta," iaferrupt-3d the other
-ti.. .;.... i- .cru.- ,nr.A.. ;4. i.i.iVl
Iwrroc tiottc.wria .f ! w.t no pty, ro dri -o' Go yo.ir way. I
T)a.r-. r!Y.l it stfreouiir, painfully; Ivwsvarea ,r-". i . i 4. ,
jS . j i " havo chiwo,i aiiL.e, and it is too lata to turn
a moTiont, ayl ftnady throw it uit tho , ,. '
fire wvua-r to h'xv.f as ii cninJtled to i 'af.'- . , ,,
UJl-' "J"' fc" i 3na shiia olTanionfr tno crave-i and diaan-
God gntnt it may ' F- J-1 wsfto r h(1 nrt
'in kuir kirt imu for dinnrfr Hr.-ffntlT
r 4., ; 4.1 , - i? i. i her hubsinn aeitsrisd. with him iho frienils ho
On th-i 9V02tn(t following tho mtarviow lo- ,,.., . .. ,,
u.lU.i3..m1niw j, had mctlii mnif prevxoua at tha opera.
two note and d.irnvcr, Ru.wll Grt- . u;a L f
.. . J . . ...,'J lV UlUllf'UB la.C.41 PUV4 rv .miv it. Ubl 4au, i
h-si S'c.ior.i fl;aco. uromfcu luto a bwsj ,..,
4..j, jj.--.44j. u.d.u, ., li rirta n t!f v hiH irjula no misblke. lth
an effort to rtsJy hsr voice, EUanor said:
"Iet us oajcy ths air cf tho balrony for a fow
-Va:
"Hi nr-uS b.) a mistako.
CltiJ or TriiiCn no wao i ii3an.tti. -t miiawi
of h f rfwHa chsiiWl han zo I naiuT,x.ly oa
hli approsehias marnaqp. arvl ho took tlwir
hadinas m tho pruror ap.rit. A litslu inci
dont ocsrsrrifi, hwt7, whii put him la a
decidaolr daaiK-His ta;nio.-. IIo hsppnod
to b ls?ti alono fr a nioraon, and -rras ds
batm whsthar ho cho'ild rotiirn houie o.
-L v,4.,WfW inh. a w nhan- hvingnnoofmywife!'
hlllVlt 41 44M. v...- ..-. --
nel i he.trisg hi hakkj mautfoaoi in a
stranj v?ico wilii .a foioiTn aco-t, by soma
ponjou in tbo room nort hij or-n, emd which
w.w.vjparaUl from is ciilbj a valves, por
iur. Tho U-L words which ho heard di-
tiacliy wro
juomwita.'' nr h;woind mrv?i?d at r.cr
eccot, Jtnd wirh his fri.-ad3 follow'! her
into tha b'rotiy. They had boon thera bat a
nioni5i4- whtn hrr huaoand, who was laning
svr tb- Thr, Sr.in.3tl tack, exclaiming:
"llf Cetl, who )3 that woman Bha bt tha
B?low iu the atrwt a superb land?u wai
pan5r, dr? wn by a pilr cf coal blac-k hcraoc.
A Tromsxi robed ai whi repoi en its
cushions, chptting inaii7rently with a man
at her a'c.s. For an itutaut she raid her
cold, calm .ycs to th3 balcouy, then Iovforeti
thsai acain.
i.,, ; ;. i... -.,, -?1 T li-,r rnr.l i "-m aAiii.
u,,,,,..,-,,... ..: j his wif0 in anynjt
lAAl. M4 1.... - . .Init T-rl.-s.- Ja t.j nnritrr W1..1 .
lwr o:i tho bor.lovard. KsaUv, I can t undur
Ptrt'id tb3 thing. Tho winter I saw hsr in j
fc. Pataraburg her name w:w most unplivw-a-itiy
ceiiEactod with that of Count Re- '
manoff."' .
"Surely, you mnuft bo wrong.
"Ilxxrtlj. I sw hr with hr mother oix
m iU lctir, in ?rii, and 1 havi sinca mot
'a mother hero ia New York. I tell you it
i !he siit'VJ oiug woui.'k."
i ho voi.-ei s-Jik to m hifin, and tho listener,
lili mind in a vrbirl of uncertainty aa to vhom
th- iinstcr. itiioitvcr wro alluding to, re
mained kwuS for a while, sron-Isrin;; what h
h. 1 be.S do. Af .r a fw moniantJ h-i con
c.ucd to enter tho aparbnont and uinsla hid
doubts. Ho drow aid' tho portwe. I'ho
ch!"nbcr wsa iku. Ororinf his carriage
Lj rovo homo. Tkrr vik.. Jafcjr h wm
luarri-! to Kluuior Mortnmar and on ha way
to i'ar.j for his hoaJjaioou.
Tha Faruian for.son was at it height, and
Iho ?h.on-b.a world wm eigro-i in folha.
of "ry dxnptiou.
saying:
"TThat an extraordinary resemblance !''
VTith a MiprenM effort at self-control she
pointed to the nan in tha landau, asking:
"Who is that jtntlenian?
Ono of kor husbiMsd's friands rrplicd in a
strxnsely ombtTAied way:
"Earon Borliin."'
WhA Slsnr.t-r'a husbnnd knslt at hrr sids
that c renhig to nk for forgivenesi for having
doubisd. ha;-, siic said:
"It ia all cir no.'. Let us forgot it
Only t.il.3 iu; home. I never want to see
Pari again."
"Shall we fht go to Nice," ho asked, "to
iw. Estate's tv."ave,''
"Jvo," xio ciisr.crfd sadly, "lh. dead aro
ss.ro at rsvt. Perhaps the livinj: neod our
prayers aiore." llamsay Morris in "New
York Iforcuiy.
LAu
Owing to our Largely
Increasing Trade
"We find it Impossible to make
room for our
DOLLS
So we have concluded to
sacrifice our whole magnificent
stock of
Dolls, Cradles,
Shoes, Stockings,
Sets, Heads,
And Bodies.
And everything connected with
- the doll business.
This BigZBenefit ifiil Commence
-OiT-
atllliliiK
50V. 0.
Foi One Week Only.
Just when everyone grants Dolls
for the
Little Joiks.
Just in time for the
IIXJIIUTX X kJ
Gail and be convinced that vre
'-'"'-" always do just as v70
gg Advertise. --
"5uS3- -
JL de Pamolla ha oalie-1 tha attention of
th French Acsdomy of Si'ijncesto a curious
illusion of tbo virion, whWi may account for
th snptrent cs'illation or STringing of stars
Thera wars b-ills, din- i -omctiiU'W olrvijl, anl wiic-h is called by
.- 3 .. ...: . 4ir... . r -t 1 I-1 41--
lisra, raCO-le''" J Ujiwt m.n n.wniuo i mo uoriiWIU o. nuviMi-i.?;!. w urii WD CTC
nun-r. P.usll Grdi'un and- Hl wife iv Va for rnia tima .it a stsall, feehiv lighted
pitohsd into sh wiiirl w.feh tha rw, for th?y ! Ikxiv, itwlf bains hi romp.eio darknewi, the
wsro fond of li an typilixl in tho bau I bc-Iv npp'R'- to ovillits er dcsr-i'ie c-Ttaia
moadj. Cut tao hnwband wa.s not qmw thor- j curv'. I. is a ph.nosjoncn of tlie v,ibj-.'ti'Te
, By the -ay. we have opened up
the most Elegant Line or
i i n
;hly happy. Ho haa nover wholly
for
ordar, .'n 1 appears to Ixsof tha rarrp nature
gottsn iM conversation overaeara at ajj.M thi aovrwit or a rr oteerv,v wnen a
qlub, aad, thou-ja ho dpitxl hicreolf for it, ptrton leas'. hi ha-d ajain't a wall and axes
hs cou lioS &XTie tho nsmetibraneo f it. t hii ya Kpon tho .-van Tha star appwara to
Ekwasr ' oTeryxhin irhich devoisd ' l ajitatl in it;.Iaco and to cvillate rapidly,
wifo ahou'd bo, baS hur husband hjd a liht Jn ordr that the morion may Kt notirol,
rain of jiaiC3Jr ia hy nature, and ii kspt thsre houId b sj noea aid tin ?ky should
him constantly on tho .-.lert. IJojr far had i ,, clear. A luntVs taYs away tho apparent
fco told hi " "','s -fc f!:"si:' a,1:1 r,3a"
dord himwlf f -ea from do-iMw. FLtra was J
ko breach r-5we-n atom only a littla cloud
whick obscured his ctlwrwiTO portoc. napp
lotion. Njt York Jiail and Eaprc-n.
jtloiiciaybooQs
Sver shown West, and it
i will well repay you to como in
and see what beautiful
goods W3 have to offer.
On th Rronklyn Uririe.
I'hllo riainsc lu ifca cablo ears en the Brook-
new. And thd-clfKid w?3 to X'w, tiiroiq-h j bridge on? riy look arro-a ard the
no fault cf XicifOr"-, iuiJa'1 it niighs aian ' ,irn cble ps'sin in t"ia opptt) direction,
nhinwrcck to il bn love. It trja k satasr ,. ; --,1:13 aj tite rata ct about ten mile m
si in th.is war. Thar pi fC4f3 i Tor's 1 o it k ps'r as t' rata ef twjnry .sites
as well as deswhsiM, aad T3ry sai M fsr M sn hour, and, although made up of strnr.ds
Russtd Grahaaiwiw eoncamed, tlisy caused , ft9a hemp top?, it snpears iiro a encoth
thir prtaca bo ZAi. ' conl. at if tho bwrvor will look between
Ths aawiy-aaacte husband rs a tho opera , tD0 vvIimIs of o car tho stranda will for an
9TM nijht his wifa haviaj pr.KMdo4 him to a ! jomt bxmo visiMa, tho atrac if Aa ob
rscaptTon'TThro ha was to join hor l'-3r. ' -rer and cabl weca r. rast. Xaw York
Some fricsda ar.jd bzto i3 box. Ono of . Lotter.
them, a sia-ent-twa, said incMR-uy-"Ey
ths by, Graham, how did Earon Bcr-
'"" -l'K" - " -
Thara was ojathi35 impliod l tao qusr-
-HBia3MBER-
ilinic: Saturday No?. 20.
Sonronir) of BeantT. !
T-hondvHl man wa recently brou jht I
befora a court in Serlln, charged with picking ! , ,
tioB. IluaUprxlncitonotiw isaiid aladyVetcfhor Durini J III U n Vj'imnt
,,-. " atrial is was pr.ve-1 that hVhad .as many 'j I i. ft. J iV 1 1
aa 100 costiy handkorcaias a his po- a lvw-ct j. ''-wl" JW
rplisd
"At soma rucption or othar, I preronj.
"TTsll, ?id tbe iVisnd OCi huraerdly,
"let mo dT ya a po-IaS. I think it wculdho
safer fer hr no? to bo seon drivins with him
again in tho Boia"
KiTiiy notf'
'"Surely yon aro aw.tr.? of his charaetor.
Ho is regarded in Paris a3 a pretty black
rheop."1
Pu3all hataid for aa instant and then
replied uiaj.Teroutly:
-Tkskic far your sugetJcaiv
3a kiii tiis cpora housa ami drovo fc wtetro
t wjc to xactt hla wlf o. SJk was snxriiiiol
sion, ODiair.evi ju tut &iii aiiiiii. ii
defuw was not kleptomania, but r. mania
which impelled him, whenever he w a
beautiful woman, to try and obtdn om
object from her m a ouvnir. He wu acquit
ted. Cbicaco Earald.
Cirp STHjn.
Carp vn i t Hartford, Conn., kep
th eity rwrvolra clean. The fish kavu cm-
plvtaly altftxad reserveir of vegtalil
jrwk, maif wr at work pom a Meond.
HIDE & III
ANK OF WICHITA.
Comer Douglas and Lawrence Avenues.
Authorized Capital
Paid-Up Capital
J. G. FISH. President.
W. P. ROBmSOX.
OFPICEES.
J. H. SLVTEPw Ca.'h!er.
Directors.
OLIVER ECCK, ?. W. WILSON.
Stockholders.
$200,000
$76,000
OLTVSP. DUCK, Vlce-Prwldcat.
J. O.FI3H. W". L. DUCS.
O. D.BARXE, P.. H. ROTS. FIVL VY ROSS, A. L. HOUCl:, W. P. P.OBI:OX.
OLITEP. DCCK. JA3IES G. FISH. F, "W. WILSON. W. L. DUCK.
J. H. SLATER. II. 21. DUCK.
Correspondents.-
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK. New York. ST. I.OU1S NATIONAL BANK. St. Louis. Mo
BANK U KANSAS CITY, Karsas City. Ho.
General Banking Business. Respectfully solictit a s"hare of your patronage.
Kansas National
i5ailK
No. 134 Main Street.
Capital Paid Up,
SutdItis,
$100,000
$10,00o
Loans Money at Lowest Rates,
Issues Sight Drafts on ai! Farts of Europe,
. Buys and Sells -Government and Municipal' Bonds.
Pays Interest on Time Deposits.
H. W! LEWIS, President, T. W. J0r-.N3T0N. Cashier.
G. E. FRANK, Assistant Cashier.
DIBETOPvS.
.T. L. DYSR. SAJIir.I. HOUCK, ROBERT K. LAWRKNCS
H. W. LHW1S. T.W. JOHNS r-N, f. E, KR.NK. A A. UVMK
SOL H KOHN. tTeairitni!.
A. VY. OLIVER. Vice-Proslt'.ent.
It. Y,-. LKVY. Casiiter.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK.
Successors to Wichita Bank, Organized 1872.
Paid-up Capiia!,
Surolus,
$125,000
$25,000
DIRECTORS.
S. H. EOn!.
DO A GENERAL BANKING. COLLECTING AND BROKERAGE BUSINESS.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange bought and sold. U. S. Bonds of Stii de
nominations bought and sold. County, Township and
Municipal Bond bought.
V OLIYUn. 51. W. LEVY. H.T.1UTTLE. N. V. N1ED2P.LANDJHI.
W. K. TUOKKI., JOUN DAVIDSON. J. C. HUTAN.
VV. C. Woooaia, lVo.Meut.
WM, S. VVcobxax, Cnolilcr.
Wiij. C WooDMi., Ats'tCaaUlcr
First Arkansas Valley Bank.
(Ttio Oldest Slouey Institution In the 4Utraus.i3 Valley.)
No. 83 Main Street. - 7 - WicMta, Kansas.
Do a Ceneral Banking Business in ail its Modern Functions.
-.j-I,oatJ i)oth Fo'rii:n sml Horn- Mo"evin any .-iinonut on till Eatiffartnry collaterals rfsl,
er-.oi:il or hafn-l a 1 cron.o(t.-tc tliotMrne wish Ma. irom oiinlaj to I --ytrt. SHI
xt kott. by xi- fas'rrt aud cfifi'Bi lie9i -tHJijiieri- in he wcriU toor Trom all iiiincl)ibl Kuropeaii
port via'Nortli Gtiriuan Ll..jd or ttma t Liut--.
1, 0. DAVIDSON. iTcs.
a A. WALKEtl, Vk Pre
josh o. pyjsfir, c&siif.-.
CITIZENS BANK.
Paicl-up Capital,
Stockholders Liability,
4)200,000
$400,000
Largest Paid-TJp Capital of any Bank in ttie State of Kansas.
DIRECTORS:
v. R. MILLER, A.R.EITTINQ. K. O. LSE. 0. L. DAVESOX
W. E. STANLEY, J. O. DAVTDCON. JOnN T. CAItP2NTSE.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
United States, County, Township and Muni
cipal Bonds Bought and Sold.
B IXJHBMU). JR.. PrUltrti
J. I. AI.I.KV, VlcPrtUeat.
L. U IKIt. C-wht-r.
W. H. LIT1NOHTON, 4UCtaat CfiJhto
STATE NATIONAL BANK.
CJCCCESSOK TO KAS3.a STAT3 BANK.)
SMITHSON & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
THE ANGLO-AMERICAN LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY,
117 East Douglas Avenue,
Laad. Loan and ItSKranos Axuats. Mccey always oa haaJ. Jntrrtxt t low rate. NO DELAY.
Befnre making a tow on Fana. CltT. Chattel cr Pcnl security. cU and e sx. Come tn or wad a
full description of your Farm or 'City rrurrty. Vp b.irnJiclsrjenoun: of bolii K.vtnind rorlcn
Capital for InTwticcut In Kwil Etate, aud are Una enabled to make rapid ale.
Corrw-Fondeaeo Solicited: H. L. SKJTIISON. Xanasr.
J. M. ALLEN & CD,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
112 Douglas Avenue.
L. 21. '.VOODLOCK,
s-Couaty Ti aa'r.
B. S. GAi.IUSON.
A. HOKSKT.
Ex-Cvunty Cl'lt.
WOODCOCK, DORSEY & CO,'
ffl ABSFRACES & Mi
BMK
'5
Office, Dorsoy JBuilding, Opposite Court House,
F. W. SWAB
(S'JCCELPOSl TJ F. ST tCUMAN
Merchant Tailor.
Keeps on hand Fne Goods of the latest siy.es. The largest stock, in the
city. Satisfaction guaranteed. No trouble to shew goods. Gall and sse me.
F. VV. SWAB, 1st door H of County Building.
N. f. NlKnKHLANDK.t, l"nMjnt.
A. W. OL1VBIC. ViccVrtvWonf.
Y. AT. KIUKWC-Ol), LaMd KaBiHtMr. U. W . 1 J . Y, Tr4r
J. C. Itl TAN, Scvirt.ry
Kansas Loan and Investment Co.
Capital, $100,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Farm and City Pnmerty
Office'in "Wichita National Bank Building, Wichita. Kan.
S. D. PALLETT,
-Dh.-LKK IN-
Northern I Southern Pine Lumber,
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, COLRS AND BLINDS.
AFHCK and WHITE 1'INF. YAI") V.t Kn of TWinNi Wntv. A1PI4ITA KAN!
- -"a
MONEY TO LOAN
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST -:-BATES! V NO -:-DELAYS!
L. B. BUNNELL & CO.
New Dry Goods at Retail !
10 to 20 per cent, less than reg-ular prices. I am now receiving a
fine stock of Fall and Winter
New Dry Goods, Notions,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc.
To aMOft iijr ! Mock oa hmnA. wtrtMb I & prttm m u a'.-., primrU itli u ..
bestm-. 4 rwpeetfaJIr (MjteH Us nHmUlam rf i-txp ef ajr.
JOHN G. AFJ.KN.
A mm udllnt to.
BStf
Paid-up Capital,
Sui-plus,
$100,000
$5,000
-DIRECTORS:
l-4t
A. LOJIB.U.D. Jr, J. V. ALI.E.. JOHS a CAJ1KT. EOS. HARRIS, 3. 3L AT.I.K.-i
L. D. smOrBB. FSTEB. OHTTO. W. V. GR35, P. T. IIHALT.
gkohge b. sfaj.tos.
v-nnf AT. nA!TX O? TSH REPUBLIC Sen Tor. 5ATI05 U. CAS 07 AX3WC.V. CbSZ
nasr national rank. Ktmaa ctty.
BLACEHTON5 NATIONAL BANT. Bo.to
B. LOilBARD, STi, IT&Upnt.
,TAJIF3 L. LOatBAKD. TJe-Prr!3et
ombard Mortgage Co.,
IK KAnStS SFATE BARK BtfiLDiHG.
Money on hand. No delay wlien security and
and title are oo& Bates as lo v7 aa
'the lowest.
HALT, AITD SEE US.O .
S. S KING, Secretary
E. T EBO'VTN. T- p- "KJJW1N. At:crt7 t-lU'.
s. rr. bboW3t &c co..
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKERS.
d RetUaaat PiDjT.y. Ftki. IUa. mJ Trofrntrf. B 1 1 maA i
zsi -. pcny.t atc
JI1CR1TA,
KANSJU5.
GLOBE IRON WORKS I
Founders nd Machinists.
Maoufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
tt. ! hra: 'icrtnor Tw'ipvft ATifl sh.i.f t mr and all klncl3of rns-
ciiinery.' House castings in anir oesiga to order. Deac steasn pumpa
a nd pumping macninery. aii xinu ui rvvau. u, uvb vu. 9kh . v.
and satisraciion guaranteed.
A. i-LAGG, Proprietor.
CANON -:- CITY -:- COAL
BADGSB LUMBSH CO., -WST DOUGLAS ATE.
C. O. CAVnsen. lTmi X- - CITSS. Eater . V WLXAS. Vto.l-f , .
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL, 860,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on improved Farm aad Gity Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Souihen Kznzai tha mry Company m the
Steie
-77ice yrrru crfnxN n.t.'oc. Nrar'-'t
WICHITA, KA8SAS.
B. T. Porter.
J, B. Duttou.
T. I Noble
PORTER, DUTTON & NOBLE,
Real Estate and Insurance.
OFFICS OVER 132 1ST. MATH ST.
WICHITA, - - EJSTSAS.

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