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B. R. TIME TABLES.
St. Ii., Ft. S. &. IT. E. K.
HAST BOUND TRAILS.
TValn leaves Wichita 9:35 a. m. and T:W p.m.
Train arrives from the east 8:10 a. m. and 7:20 p. m.
WEST BO USD.
Train leaves 3:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Train arrives 9.-03 a. in. and 7i p. in.
TTlchlta & Colorado.
Train leaves for Hutchinson.... 9:15 a.m. and 7:3) p.m.
Train arrives from Hutchinson. .924 a.m. and 7.G p.m
J., T. Jfc S. F. K. II.
Solng North, Passenjcer 7:40 p.m.
Solng North, Accommodation 11:15 a.m.
3oln South. Passenger 6-25 a. m.
Going South, Passenger .40p. m.
Going South, Accommodation 2.30 p.m.
Going North, Passenger ,T:5!?p-m
Going North, Acoommodatlon jd.p' m'
Going South, Passenger SsJa-m"
Gomgsoutw, Accommoaauon f f "
Uomg rOrtn, ra.senger
Going South, Passenger
825 a. m.
: p. m.
"VVIchlta i "Western.
. 8i!0 a. m.
. 7:13 p. m.
.1205 p. m.
. 6:-15 a. m.
. 730 p.m.
. 2:23 p.m.
No. 2, Mall and E.x press...
Xo. 4, Express
No. 1 3Iall and Express.
No. 8, Express
Kt. Iouls i San Francisco.
..i a. m.
. 550 j). m.
.12 A3 p.m.
. 920 p.m.
. 8:00 a.m.
Going West, Passenger. . . .
Going Went, Passenger... .
Going West, Freight
Going East, Passenger
Going East, Passenger ....
Going East, Freight
Going East, Freight
J. M. BALDERSON.
Attomey.ut-T.aw. Wichita. Sedgwick county, Kan.
Oflloe In Centennial lllocl:. tiujtr
J. R. SITES.
Attorney-at-Lnw. Office 117 E Douglas avenue,
with Anglo-American Loan and Investment Co.
JONES &. MONTAGUE.
Attorneys atUw. Office in tho Eagle Blopk. over
Hovey & Go's Dry Goods store. ""
W. E. CiUIJaI.E. A. N J. Ceosk. L. L. CAKUJUi.
Carlisle, Crook and Carlisle,
P.oo:ns2 and J over 217 East Douglas av-
3. A. HAIXOWEIJ J-r-IIDjr
Luto U. S. Attorney.
HALLOVELL and HUME,
Lawyers, 14 North Main St.. Wichita. Enn.
W. P. OAMI'EKIX. JXS- '
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita. Kan.
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attorneys at-I.w, o. m N. Main St.. opposite
postoQlce. Commercial collections a specialty.
Will practice in statu and Federal courts.
W. A. MORRIS,
Attorney at Law. No. 221 East Douglas avenue.
A. T. CARPENTER.
Attoraey-at-Law. Office. No. 124 N Main street, v
Btalrs. r.-xt to .wtofllce. Wichita. Kansas. (12'nvl.i
Attornevs at Itw. Wichita. K.'inas
J. F. LAUCK.
LandoCiw in Commercial Block. Wichita. Kansas.
Special oUenUou given to all kinds of busicchs con
nected with the United States Land cl.lce. ,
HATTON &. RUGGLES.
Attorney nt-Law. P-pglo IHock. Wlehlta. Kanw.
Attornovs at l.w. Ofllco over No. 153 Main street.
Wichita. Knii'-as. .
JAMES. F. MAJOR.
AtK.rnnvnt-Law. Will practice In all Kansas
.--,. " !.-. W,T..r. rt-.l M.llir I f
, Douglas avenue, Wichita, Kan.
D. A. MITCHELL
Atton.ey .it Law and colloction agent. No. 1 1 Main
ctn-'t, Wichita, Kansas. .
E. D. PARSONS.
Attonwy.nU.aw and Real Estato Agent.
H. E. CORN.
Atiorney-atrLaw. Office over 122 Douglas nvenuo.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attorney at Lhw. Office ovor Hjdo IIurnMc's
Hook stole. 11 njf.'.n stivet. up wtairr, lehlta, Kan.
"" Xm. HUMPHREY.
Attorney-ntrLaw, Woodman's Bank building. 113
ttorneisat l.iw. Will jmictieo In htate and fed
ral cMUrts. Office In Temple block. Main btr.Ht. sec
ond fctulrvmy nortli of pit office. W iciilla. haiteits.
T w uTxxi. " OKoTwrAUAiii..
ADAMS & ADAMS.
ttorneys at Iiw. Will practice in state and fed
eral courts. Office In Eagle block, Wichita, Kansiw.
HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION.
Attornevs at Lsiw, Commercial block, Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
At'ornev nt-Law. Room No. 3. U. S. Iind Office
'mlldiiig. V.'lehlta, Kan.
W. S. MORRIS.
Attorney at Law. Office In Temple Block. Wichita,
H. A. SA.NKCY. I- ; CAMfBlILU
Ijiwjers. Wieliit.i. Kansas. Office southwest cor
ner Market street and Dougls,-. avo.
GE07 WTC LEivfENTi J R.
Attortiev-at-Uaw. Office 1SI Main treet, Kansas
National Bank building. Wichita, Kan.
ALLE N WA LK E R, " M? D.,
l'hyslclan and Surgeon. Offiee 122 N. Main St.. Old
i O. Building. GIm t-iMvIal attentiou to DL-ease-s
of V. omen ami Children and Midwirery.
Dr. Walker holds a special eertitlc.Ue Tor lutspltal
practice in the University Hospital, Baltimore. Md.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties Diseases of the T.ye. Ear. Xw uid
Throat. Catarrh and tittlng glasses. Office souths eut
comer Esiuglas and Market, up suilrs, ichlta. K.ins.
HonuBopathW. General oractice. cliroalc dtfeaM
and disea-Vs of females. Telephone No. 106.
Office and residence over Steel .: Son's hardware
store. 117 N Main stiect, Wichita. Kan.
Office hours, b to 10 a. u to J ;. m., and at night.
p. dTsTjohnTm- d.
Offio 219 Va Douglas aw. ltellenc-133 '! tn
lmporla avenue, near corner of First street. Tele
phone 157 or A. 1). T.
G. M. BIBBEE, M. D
" Office and nsidence. Sll IViujtlaa avenue, poutli side.
UarueJ" bl.cU.over DerbjV lmpleinent store, Wlchltu
W. A. MINNICK, M. D.
Homa'paUiist. Offiw with Dr. U. Mathews. Main
street, wnd st.iirvray n-rth of potofflce. lis
dence. 1017 North Fourth street, near Union depot,
Wichita, Kansas. Telephone o. 111.
DR. J. J. STONER.
Homeojpathist. Office opivite iKsto.Heo. Kesl
rtenee, Ct! North Main street, iciiita, Kans.Ls. Tele
DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON.
Phvsiclans and Surgeons. Office Deam block. opp
site Occidental hotel, llcsldeuce. 737 Water street,
corner Oak street. ,
DR. C. C. ALLEN.
Phyiclan and Surgeon. Office and residence 4.W
Douglas avenue. New and effectual treatment of
hemorrhoids, and diseases of woman a ssvcialty.
DRS. McC0Y& PURDY.
Office W7 Malt street, over Echt .t Sous' store.
Wichita. ICaii. Tt phone at nvsldeuce.
E. B. RENTS, M. D.
Physician ami Surgeon. Office ow Fuller i Son's
j. snt-TOS WELCH. t. n.
7. K. WKIXH, M.
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Office 224 Douglas avenue, Wichita. Kansas, where
rhey may be found at all hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN.-
Phvsiclans and Surceoa. Office oa wes side of
Main" street, tlr-t stairway south of Masonic building.
Telephone to A. D. T.
I. H. MATTINGLY.
Office over London Tailors. No. 133 N
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
Physician and Surgeon. Will continue his profes
sion In all its brnnchtss. Coniultatlon free. Office
And rwidenee at 131 N Main St.. over Weller Sz II II
lers palct office. ;U0
I S. MUNSELL. M. D..
Physician, 6nrgcon and Gynecologist. Consulting
physician to the eye. ear and Surgical Institute, 232
and 231 North Main street, where he can be found
day or night. Does a General practice. dll
L. S. ORDWAY, M. D.
Homooapathist. Office corner Douglas and Law
rence avenues, rooms 1 and 5; telephone 133.
J. E, BENNETT, M. D.
Of the firm of "Hall & Bennett," does a general
practice, but gives special attention to the cure of
EPILEPSY or falling fits, the OPIUM HABIT,
CATARRH. PILES and private deseases in both sexes.
Consultation free and confidential. Office, 1 .North
Malnbt. Telephone 35. (See display advertisement
In this paper. I
J. H. TILDEN, M. D.
Special attention given to Surgery and Gynaecol
ogy. Residence 433 S. Market. Office 223 N. Main,
Will visit any part of the state In consultation or to
perform surgical operations. 105-tf
D.W. Smith. U. S. Hougland.
SMITH & HOUGLAND,
Dentists. Eagle building. Douglas avenue, Wichita,
McKEE & PATTEN.
Surgeon DenlMs. Teeth extracted without rain.
Best set artlilclal teeth, $5.30. Office 217 Eaut Douglas
avenue, Wlohlta, Kan.
DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentist. Opposite the postofflee. Teeth extracted
DRS W. L DOYLE & WILSON.
Dentists. Office over Barncc & Son's drug store,
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano, Oran and Theory, 422 North Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
I'rofesslonal Piano Tuner nnd Repairer. Refer
ences, Catherine Russell and Thomas Shaw & Co. All
pianos tunt-e by tho wave system the only method
that vv III tune your piano perfect and make It sound
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
Thomas Shaw & Co., music dealers. Main street.
A. W. ItUSJl.
J. M. OILK3.
Architects and Superln'endents. Office in Ellott &
McNees building, room 7.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Architect and superintendent. Plans arid specifica
tions for all classes of buildings. Office over Hjde'a
Archltvits and Superintendents. Office in lloya'
bljck. Wichita. Kan.
V.-. T. rCOTOPOOT.
Architects and Superintendents. Office in Eagle
MIS CE KL AirE O US .
Professional piano tuner and teacher. Terms mod
crate. Leave orders at Shaw's music -store.
MRS. M. J. BENTON,
Experienced Nunc. Room No. 2, aOS Market st,
When absent, cornmunications addressed to lock Ikjx
17 will be Immediately responded to in person. Can
refer to best physicians and llrst elas-i families. Ref
erence rtijuired if parties are unknovv n. liS-lm
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
Veterinary Surgeon; graduate of Philadelphia Vet
erinary College of "7 1. 1'roprletor of Hor-es Home,
opposite G. A. R. building, nt. st. Telephone 172. d93
" he Photographer. Pictures In nil size; and styles.
He also carries the finest asiortment of picture
frames in the city. Give him a friendly call and ex
DR-'E. M. CONKLING,
Cor. Main and Second streets. Wichita. Kansas.
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM
and all CHRONIC DISEASES a Sp.-c!a'tj .
Successor to Dr. J. f I. Patterson in tl.o U"e of the
celebrated BHINKEUHOKF PAINIJI&S SYSTEM, the
most succef ful system j et discovered for the cure of
pile, rectal ulcer, iMuro listula In ano. Itching piles
polypus, etc. No knife, ligature, cautery orehloro
form: no detention from business; greatly improved
instruments. Office hours 9 to 11:J0 a. tn., 1 to 5 and
C 85 to i p. m. : un lays 2 to 1 p. in. Consultation and
examination free. Write f r lull inf rmation.
"Waiter Gills :.2ttl Their learnings.
'To mako a gooJ v.aitor," said tho proprie
tor of a restaurant in which tho waiters aro
till wojtcn. ";i girl must bo clean, patient, pas
sably good looking, and not too high toned.
Sho must dress neatly and bo quick and
bright. Wo employ about a dozen girls here.
They cam ?! a week, and work about, eight
hours a day. If a girl Ls a favorite with tho
customers sho picts up u good deal in fees.
I have frequently seen a girl here shake
twenty ton-cent pieces out of her pocket at
the end of a day.
Some of the girls who have been here a
long time have their regular customers, who
aro dissatisfied if any ono else waits upon
them. Some of tho girls aro away on their
vacation now, and yesterday two old gentle
men, who have been dining here for a year,
were compelled to 1 t a strange girl wait upon
them. Thoy found fault with everything,
and when thoy went out they in
quired when their girl would lxi back,
saj'ing they would, dino somewhere else in the
meantime. The girl who waited upon them
is a very good waiter, and has several cus
tomers who will let no ono else wait upon
them. Une of the girls here has been waiting
upon two gentlemen for two years. They
never order anything, but simply toll Lizzie
tho condition of their appetite and leave tho
rest to her. When Lizzie went away on her
vacation the gentlemen, whom ?he calls her
firm, gave hor $'J."
"Are tho girls ever insulted or mated
'Mot very often, and when they are they
are protected if they complain to me. A
man who ill insult a girl who is trying to
earn an honest living will steal spoons, and ho
Ls not wanted here. A few of my girls aro
married, which is nothing against them,
whatever it maybe against the husbands who
allow them to earn their own living. That
little yellow-haired Irish woman behind the
counter has tv.o children and a husband big
enough to cat a team of horses. I don't know
what's the matter with him, but something is
certainly wrong somewhere, or hhc would bo
homo looking after tho young ones." New
She'll Keiient tit Leisure.
Une who steadily reads the daily uews
jmpers w ill readily rocall the many instances
hapjieninp lately where young girls married
s-trange men. only to bo ribbed and deserted.
These- cases teach tho lesson that girls need to
be taught that a partner for life should at
least show as fair credentials as would be re
quired for a business partnership between
men, that can be severed when either fails to
act honorably toward the other.
A stranger who takes a sudden fancy to a
young woman will respect her all the more if
she requires ample proof of his respectability
before accepting his offer of marriage. It
may lw all very nice to show blind confidence
in Ins truth anil sincerity by net making the
necessary inquiries, and taking his word for
his standing in the community at his former
abiding place. She may think it very
romantic, while he is likely to imagine that
it is her anxiety to secure a husband that
actuates her, and laughs in his sloove at her
credulity. If a little less romance and a great
deal more practical senso was brought to
bear upon the question of matrimony there
would possibly be less business for the divorce
courts, and no field for the plausible rascals
who ore going about from place to pb.es de
ceiving women for the purpose cf robbing
them. Chicago Tribune.
risli Driven Ont br Lye.
The marshes on each side of the Little Hau
Fleine river, in Wisconsin, were burned over
this summer, and recent rains made a strong
lye, which was carried into the river. At
least this is the tlieory advanced to account
for the fact that the other day thousands of
fish came down the river, seemingly in a
great hurry, and went over the dam and out
into tho Wisconsin river. New York Sun.
MARRYING FOR MONEY.
NEW YORK JOURNALISTS WHO HAVZ
BEEN GUILTY OF THE CRIME.
Wliitclaw Eeid, Jolm Hay, Ilicliard 2Xc
Connlclc, T7m. Heni-? Hurlbcrr, Edwin
Xj. Godkin ad Oiiicrs The IeGuciico
of aiatriraonr Upon Their Lives.
A number of Kew York journalists have
married rich wives and havo enjoj-cd, and
still enjoy, tho freedom and ease which their
vastly improved circumstances allow. Tho
most conspicuous of these is Whitelaw Held,
whose wife is tha only daughter of D. O.
Mills, estimated to be worth anywhere be
tween $15,000,000 and 52o,000,000. Tho ante
cedents of tho millionaire wern humble. Ho
began, it is said, by keeping a small tavern in
one of tho Westchester towns; went to Cali
fornia as an argonaut, and by energy, enter
prise and good luck mado a great fortune.
His daughter, according to her intimates, is a
very sensible, kind hearted, estimable young
woman, and sho nnd her husband aro reputed
to be devoted to one another. Her influence
on him is described as having been excellent,
which is fortunate, since he became a Bene
dict lata in life, when one's way3 and habits
are ordinarily fixed. As tho editor of Tho
Tribune was thought to havo property valued
at XX),000 before marriage, he should not bo
suspected of mere fortune hunting.
Tteid, in his days of poverty and struggle,
was exceedingly industrious, one of tho hard
est workers in Washington, when ho was cor
respondent of Tho Cincinnati Gazette. And
ho was also very capablo and won his way to
distinction. Sinco ho has grown very nch ho
takes things leisurely, although he still looks
sharply after Tho Tribune's interests in tho
business and editorial departments. Ho is
not very robust; ho comes of fragile stock
and his present wealth enables him to cavo
John Hay, who, after being President Lin
coln's private secretary and passing tome
years in diplomatic service in Pari3, Vienna
and Madrid, entered journalism, regularly,
on Tho Tribune in 1870. Ho did some excel
lent work thero and was much liked in tho
office, but confinement and labor told on his
by no means firm health. He enjoyed socia
bility and general society much better than
his desk and late hours. Hence it is not sur
prising when he had an opportunity to marry
a very rich and handsomo girl, Miss Clara
Stone, daughter of Arnasa Stone, of Cleve
land, who had not long since committed sui
cide from temporary derangement, that he
should avail himself thereof.
Hay's health has not been improved by wed
lock nor has his industry. A very clever, in
teresting writer, ho has applied himself very
little to manuscript making during the past
ten years. Many persons pronounce him
lazy; but ho is not well, and his father-in-law's
estate, involving beveral millions, which
ho manages, occupies, of necessity, a good
deal of time. Ho .seems to bo suffering from
r. kind of melancholia, which is a distinct
disease, though he may havo physical ail
ments its will. The '-Life of Lincoln," on
which he has been engaged for j-ears with
John G. 2v vday, also a former secretary cf
tho great president, advances with rcmark
ablo slowness. Some persons doubt if Hay
will ever finish his part of tho work because
he is so dilator;.'.
TH CltM .i.:;'.s SOX-IN-L.VW.
Richard C. McCormick, who used to be a
journalist he was engaged on Tho Evening
Post married Senator Thurman's daughter,
and journalism has not bothered him since.
Satirical folk, who once called him Dick Mc
Cormick, now refer to liim as Senator Thur
man's coa-iu-law. Ho lives at Jamaica, L.
I., and amuses himself considerably with
loliticn, being an ardent Republican. He be
hoves that his health is not very good. My
own opinion is that a lich wifo is not condu
cive to any man's health, particularly if lis
be a journalist.
William Henry Hurlbert, a thorough Bo
hemian by temperament, went over to Eng
land after tho sale of The World, of which ho
had been editor and nominally proprietor,
and found a wife, who, though an Amer
ican, has long lived abroad. That sho had
money it is ne?dlers to saf, since nobody ac
quainted with Hurlbert would suspect him
of marrying without strong pecuniary in
ducements. Ho was near CO at the time, and
at such an age the heart is not susceptible,
nor does the imagination easily take fire from
the other .vex. The showy journalist bar, seen
a great deal of the worst side of life, and is a
genuine cynic. He has no faith in airythmg,
naturally, from his observation and introspec
tion, and he is" convinced that selfishness is tho
source of human action. His wife, a Miss
Tracy. I believe, is said to bo a fino and
ngrcesblo woman, who, presumably, is not
the bet.t judge of men. Hurlbert has often
declared that London is the only place fr a
gentleman to live, and he has taken up lib
abode there. He docs some work, though he
is ailing, for soxno of tho newspapers hero,
preferring, for obvious reasons, to keep up a
journalistic connection of some sort.
kdwi.v l. Gomtrx
Edwin L. Godkin, whio editor of Tho
Isation ho now controls Tho Evening Post,
tke daily edition of The -vatic: made a
desirable match with Miss Pnote. if New
Haven, which is supposed to have helped him
material!" in conducting that omn ient and
inilated weekly. An amicable and accom
plished lady, she died some years since, and
tho widower married again, his second wife
having considerable money.
Paul Dana, son of and successor to Charles
A. Dana of The Sun, is the husband of the
daughter of William Butler Duncan, who,
albeit a broken lianker, is.thought to havo a
liberal suppl" of money, perhaps through his
wife, not a member of the firm, and therefore
not respo:isih!e for its manifold debts. Paul
D:uia has a rich father, if $GU.0O0 income may
be-considered rich; but, not being very vig
orous, he has no objection to a financially
comfortable wife, too, I suppose.
Harold Godwin, younger son of Parke God
win. is a journalist when strong eaough to
work on Tho Commercial Advertiser, which
is only at intervals. He is the son-in-urn of
Henry G. Marquand, the wealthy banker,
who. with the internal Godwin, owns the
aper with which he is spasmodically con
nected. His delicate health is anotKbr evi
dence of the hygienic disadvantage of ixKsess
ing a rich wife. '""eease" in Phihdelphi
Why Not the Sen Serpent?
Apropos of the ea seqent, I want to go on
record as a Iwlievcr in that fabled and mys
terious monster. I have myself seen big
wiakes in the sea, without using a bottle or st
tumbler for a telescope. I have known of
seqjents half a dozen feet long coming aboard
of shijw by the cable when they lay at anchor
in tropical ports, and once upon the lower
Mexican coast, in the gulf, we sailed through
water alive with them. They were said to
have come in and oct of a fresh water river
that emptied into the sea at this XinL If
ordinary land snakes can exist in salt water,
why should it not harbor some special breed
of its own!
The conger eel of England i? a hideoiK and
vicious reptile, awl is often taken of colossal
jize. I believe the si serpen; is tome ele
phantine eel of the conger species, which,
like the giant devil-ii-h, harbors in deep
waters, awl is rarely seen, but which some
day will rmi: itself to be captnrwi to prove
that it exists. I saw a conger curled araoag
lb rocks oa the Cornwall roast, where it had
been left by tiw tide, thai looked to my eyes
like a boa constrictor, awl that when killed
measured over eight feet iri length. If tbey
will reach this .size rJoag shore, why shoo! 1
they not grow to tea or twenty times the balS
when they remain umnotecod in the fast
nesses of the rocky deep! If the squid can
develop into the devil fish, why not the con
ger into the ?ea serpent! Alfred Trambto in
Sew York Xowk
I UllLu Tl
GRAND OPENING OF
S. EL Nelson's Bargain House
NO. 222 NORTH KLAIN STREET.
Saturday, Oct. 30, 586
See Some of the Bargains Offered.
Large Goblets, 5 Cont3 Apiecg
Colored Tumblers, 5 "
Largo Pickle Dishes, 5 " "
" Sauce Dishes, 5 " "
" Butter Dishes, 5 "
" Covered Dishes, 5 " "
Cream Pitchers, 5 " '
" Sugar Bowls, 5 "
" Spoon-holders, 5 " "
Dippers, 5 Cento Apiece.
Oups, 5 " "
2 Quart Pans, 5 "
3 Quart Pans, 5
Bread Pans. 5 V
2 Qfc. Covered Buckets 10 " "
6 Qt. Covered Buckets 10 "
Dinner Buckets, 25 " "
i also carry a full Une of larger sized
goods at 10 cents apiece.
Larcre Screw Drivers,
Lamps, Larger Size,
Li.mp3, Extra Finished,
Soap, 3 Cakes in a Box,
Soap, 3 Cakes in a Box,
Threo Child's Handkerchiefs
Ladies' Handkerchiefs 5 cents apiece.
Ladies' Handkerchiefs 10 cento apiece.
Gents' Handkerchiefs 10 cents apiece.
JxtraAll.Linen Towels 10 cents apiece.
Large Bath Towels 25 cents apiece.
Fine Assortment of Baskets 10 to 50 cents.
Fine Assortment of Vases 15 cents to $1.50.
Ladies Gossimers, Extra Fine $1.00
Fine Assortment of Albums 25 cents to $3.00.
irull Assortment of Scrap Albums 10 cents to $2.
Decorated Sets, 44 pieces, $6 per set.
A Large Washbowl and Pitcher for $ 1 .
Coal Oil Stoves $1 Each.
Children's Trunks from 80 Cents to $1.25
Dolls, All Sizes from 5 cents to $2.
Large Assortment of Decorated Cups and Saucers 35ctol.50
Large Assortment of Decorated China Mugs 5c to 40c.
Ls.rgo Assortment of Ladies' comb and Brush Gases.
Largo Assortment of Ladies' "Work Boxes.
Gents' Fur-top Gloves. 50 Cents a Pair.
Gents' Seamless Half Hose 10 Cents a Pair.
Fine Assortment of Pocket Knives.
t:air, Cloth and Shoo Brushes.
Fine Assortment of Ajyate "Ware
Fine Assortment of White Granito Ware.
Other Goods of Every Dyscr.ption in Proportion.
I Invite all to Call
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I . ., .J , ,-J I .-,,11-rtiroH I i f M,-nnft,-hT
illlUiUVCU clllU UIlHUUIUVUi viLV 1 lUUtiLV
on the best improved streets m the city.
T otq on the msirle on street c?.r lines and in
outside additions. Suburban lots on the east
side in Maple Grove
Business lots and
at special bargains. Several fine tracts near' STAFFORD & CLEGGr,
the city for sub-dividing and plating. jR j t fe J J
Improved farms and grass lands in all riJa
r r , , i - i , Oroce souin side Dsugjas ave, 2d stairway w of Lawreace.
parts oi the county; also ranches in this andj
adjoining counties.' ' j R HOLIDAY,
All parties wishing
to call and examine
"he Oldest Real Estate Agency in Wichita.
Has been our success during the few short months that we have
been opened. Thousands have availed themselves of our low pric
es and handsome assortment in all departments. We will show for
this week greater bargains than ever before.
100 doz. Brocaded Silk Handkercliiefs 25c worth 75c.
50 doz Silk Suspenders 50c worth S1.25.
50 doz. Silk Neck Ties 15c worth 50c.
- 0 ,, Elegant Line Boys Suits from S2.50 up.
Elegant Line of Boys Overcoats from $1.50 up.
Men's Suits $5.00 up. Men's Overcoats $4.00 up.
We are headquarters for underwear at low prices.
tap One Price Clothing House,
Oor. Douglas and Lawrence. I. GROSS, Piop.
10 Cents Apiece,
.00 " .
5 "A Box.
and be Convinced
1 S . T
business blocks for sale
to buy would do well
my list before buying
W. A. THOMAS,
J L. JOHNSTON.
Real Estate and
Business Lots and Sub-Dividing A.ere
Property a Specialty.
CTRANGERS visiting the city with a view of investing, will find
It to their interest to call at Rooja No. 1, Noble Block, Cornor
Douglas and Topeka avenues, and see plats of the Threo Inside
Additions, all of which aro witftin ten minutes walk from tho
Sole Agents for these Additions.
Johnston fe Blaok-welder.
The Oldest and Largest House in the City.
ALDRICH & BROWN,
f Bolesale and tail Druggists
.'os. 138 and 140 Main street. WICHITA. KAN.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
This Addhion is located in the north part of th city, bwoen
Fairviev and Arkaneau Avanuea and is ia tho highast pturt of
city, "o offer Special InducomentB for tho nezt 30 dayu.
No. 201, S-B COF.NER DOUGLAS AVf. NUB AND MABK.BT 8T.
OHIO & MM MORTGAGE AND TRUST CO.
j CAPITAL. SIOO.OOO.
I Farm Mortgages, Interest at Low Rates, No Delay.
!' act as TKvrrzMs for cyyofunoxa. ccpARTjaamaim kttatbi ajto rramtrcjUJk
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
DAVID BOBWOy. JR.. I-wsBBWT. toinio. 0lo. J A3 t. H0ZO09. rrcxT
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t'oee, vrjettift. K&ss&k. 'romp: sffriUu u vrUm
C. A. STAJTORI
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
ALL GOODS WARRANTED.
GKO. II. RLACKirKLOKU.
H. W. KENDLB,
FUNERAL -:- DIRECTOR.
Wood, Cloth and Metalic Burial Cases
GLOVES, CRAPE, ETC.
to'TldtfU. Cmmittrr OSS . p Jfenutwi
No. 227 E. DouglFS Ave