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FkKSONAL AM) LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS.
WICHITA, KANSAS, MAY 17, 1883.
Mn. A. C. Iluiey bn cone to Kinsman
county for a tbort visit.
Major Urelffcntteln It overhauling and
remodeling bli residence.
The decoration services promise to be
very interesting tbla year.
The 'Krlsco brought west on Saturday,
two long extra trains of cattle.
(loo J ralni fell In Uic northwestern por
tion of the county early last week.
Tbe superintendent of the Wichita Gas
Works, Mr. I'lnkston, arrhed in the city
Mr. Hcaly has donated a piece of ground
aouthcast of the city, on tbe ulll-slde, for a
Mr. M. Tltuwortli baa sold bis entire
stock of goods together with lot and build
lug, on Main street.
We learn that Judge W. 1. Campbell baa
old bis new residence now nearly com
pleted, to Dr. C. C. Kurley.
Ilfsbop rink, of Leavenworth, spent
.Saturday at M. 11 irks, and Sunday In this
city, preaching and continuing.
A peach tree, growing iu a southern ex
posure behind Jewell A Uutlcr'a saloon next
to tbo alley, is loaded with fruit.
President Tiernau, and tbe officials of
the Kl. Scott A Wichita road will be In this
ctenlng, and thin the depot will be located
Miss Itcrtha (loodycar, of New Haven,
Countietlcut, sister of C. K. flood) car, has
tome to tbe Happy Valley to spend the
The ladles of the Unliirsallst 1'arish
will give an Ico cream festival at the Valley
CeuUr school bouse, Saturday evening,
Hev. A. M. Maun will lecture In tbe I'res
hyleriau Cbtinh at Clearwater, on tbeeven
Ingof MayjCtli. Admittance fee tweuty
Ilirmau lithen has enlarged bis shop
and put In one more clulr. He, with tho
rest nf the Wlthlla folks, la trueliug the
road of prosperity.
C. C. Hushing has returned to tbe Happy
Valley alter an absence of several months,
bringing with him Mrs. Hushing. 'J hey
will reside in Wichita.
Mr. Hartzelt lias decided on "Hlversldc"
as tbe name of his park. We had a noliou
to suggest Cibola, or Coronado, or Cleojia
tla, or Woods of tbo Nile.
W. I.vinan. ot Aften. returned asterdav
Iroin Gueda Sprlngi where be has been for
about Be weeks. Mr. L. Icda greatly ben
cllted from the use of the water.
Manager Clark, or llavcrlv's Minstrels,
was so taken with Wichita that he purchas
ed of J. M. Steele ,"2,300 worth ol subur
ban lauds near the college grounds.
The strett cat wvre to hate been shipped
Tuesday morning from St. Louis. Ir tbey
wcie tbey will lc In by to-night's train.
The railroad scrim already for operation.
(.uniraciors will uutl 111 Itils Issue pro
posals asked by the Interior department for
the building of tw o Scbcol buildings, one at
Lawrence, and 0110 at tho Sac and Fox
Dr. SteinmcU, of this city, was arrested
by Sheriff Watt on a telegraphic order Irom
the sheriff of Hartry county. We did not
learn what tho trouble was further than
forgery was charged.
Lee Hays purchased at Harper, by tele-
graph. 'J.tKW cattle hides about four car
loads. They came to 93,000, aud were taken
from cattle w lilcli died on tbo range during
the w Inter and spring.
Mr. N. Hartell Is back to Wichita from
Pueblo, where he lias been several months.
He is now, we suppose, ready for contracts
at or old. It looks kind o' natural to sec
Noah upon our streets again.
A notice of a tote of thanks by the I. C.
O. P. or Wirblta, tendered to the Old Set
tlers organization for favors shown by
Ilium, was brought in for publication, but
unintentionally, was left out.
Tho attention of tbe city marshal is called
to thu fart that the ordinance rilallng to
teams drhlng into ditches Is being lolalcd
every hour iu tho day throughout the resi
dent portion ot the ilty, especially by the
We bad another practical demonstration
Saturday night and Sunday morning that
one ditch cut criss-cross through the city,
from the uortbwtst to the southeast, a mile
or more Iu length, Is not tufllciciit to drain
tbe entire city.
Mr. Chaa. Moorebousr, ol tbo Kausas
.State Hank, has been quite sick of late, for
.social days beiug confined to Ills room.
Jlut be is up again and Improving rapidly.
Charley Is Inclined to work a little too bard
a llttlo too ambitious for bis physical
During n thunder storm Friday night,
Uast, tho residence of Mr. Kluser. In Waco
township, wi struck by lightning, tearing
up things In an utarmlng way. No one of
the family was seriously hurt, but Mr. K.
Heel fed a shock, tbe efTects of which, on
bis lower limbs, bad uot passed off yet, on
Mrs. Kos Harris was notified Monday
night, by telegraph, that her mother, whose
home is in Center, llle, Iowa, was not ex
pected to lite. I u company with Mrs. Dr.
Hiuscll, an old friend of the family, they
left ou Tuesday morning's early train for
the bed side of tbe mother and friend.
P. S. The mother died beforo sbo arris -ed.
Tbe supreme court of Kansas last week,
so a lawyer tells us, decided a drug store
wblnkey selling case something like this :
A husband, who as agent and clerk of his
wife could not be bile) as a tlolator of tbe
prohibitory law. Such a dci islon, If made,
must hate hinged on sonic technicality aud
does uot surely stand as a representative
'I he Newton Hepublicau says Deputy
United Slates Marshal A. W. Boyer, of
Sterling, passed through town ou Wednes
day ou bis way to Wichita, whither ho waa
taking three prisoners. Tbey were tbe
nwu who, it will be remembered, recently
stole fifty head of horses and mules from life
Osage Indian. Marshal lloycr captured
them In Stafford county.
The family of Prof. Hammond is rejoic
ing over the adteut of a tcry promising
boy at their bouse, w bleb boy, the fifth, put
Iu his appeaeauce last Saturday. Girl ba
bies are the sncclcst, and women are Indis
pensable to home aud happiness, the Inspi
ration that controls every exalted emotion,
thought and purpose or man ; still tbe moth
er or every man child Is especially to be
The Santa Fe management hate done a
nice thing b) putting on a train connecting
with the cannon ball at Newton. Tbe tralu
leaves hen- at 7:30 a. iu. which just suits
our people. Heretofore It waa either to
get up before da) light, and then lay one
hour and forty minutes at Newton for a
tonneetion. or to leave home at 5:43 p m.
and ride all night. Tbe new time card
inakea it very nice all round.
Mrs. Judgo Hugglcs leaves this week lor.
the Protldcnce Mineral Wells. She has
been suffering of late from nervous prostra
tion aud the waters of tbe wells mentioned
are highly recommended. A numlcr of the
ladles of this city visited there wells last
summer. Mra. Ituggles will spend some
time there If she finds tbe waters beneficial.
She is accompanied by Miss Lizzie Brlggs.
We wish them both a pleasant time.
Dr. H'm. Necley, a brother ol Street
Commissioner Neeley, has come to Wichita
to locate and, In company with his son, to
practice the profession of medicine. He
has been a regular practitioner for upwards
of forty years. Dr. Neeley first came out
to ths country In 1871, when be bought
several lls Id Wichita, upon which he baa
luce built bouses Torrent. He had faith la
Wichita from the start, and now comes to
wake U bis home.
The county commissioners held a meeUac
on Saturday la which tbey resolved oa de
cisive steps touching the dilatory action or
tbe bridge contractors. The bridge sheuld
have been In place 'ere tbla. The water
has been low ever alace the coatraet waa
let, but tbe contractors have aot half the
none pier work done. Dadcr the coatraet
travel waa not to be auspeaslad atall.attd
ot latpeded la all more taaa two days, hat
the first Ulac the bridge eesspaay kaews
there WW he ao bridge Uete at aM. Com
Clerk Doney as atoUsW tho ceatraewrs
avht they eaa dsosasl ay.
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THE CITT'f IMTEIML IEVEMUE BUREAU.
Some of the lawyers for tbe defence de
clare that Judge Glenn'a police court is or
ganized to convict. One legal limb, after
being beaten In that court last week, said
no acquittal bad occurred In that court for
two yean. We only will add that on gen
eral principles people are arrested by po
lice only for violations of law, and with
tbe Intention that punishment should fol
low. Now if tbe police makes no mistake
In judgment of course there will be a con
viction every time. Judge Glenn'a court
is tbe Internal Revenue Bureau or this city
through whose leyyt a large amount o( the
funds necessary to running tbe city are
raised. If the revenues of that court and
the lines Itvled on saloons was suddenly
cut off, tbe tax-payers would immediately
be compelled to go down in their pockets
for about f8,SC2 average more per year In
the way or direct taxes. Some or our peo
ple would rather have It that way, but a
majority or tbe heavier tax-payers would
prefer to retain the Internal Revenue Bu
reau at administered by Gov. Glenn and
the city council. Gov. Glenn Is very fath
erly and kind In pronouncing judgment
but his judgments are. about assureastbey
can bo ou this earth.
Wichita is filling up Its old site ao com
pactly and property is running so away up
In figures that the laying out or additions
teem necessary. The latest, largest and
moat Important addition probably yet made
to tbe city, Is that or Councilman Zimmer
ly'a. On tbe south or town, cornering with
Lce'a addition he has purchased one hun
dred aud sixty acres of laud Tor which he
paid the sung sum of thirteen thousand
dollars. The laud was originally entered
by, and patented by tbe government to
Hon. K. li. Allen. It Is splendid soil, la) s
beautifully, is well drained and just calcu
lated for suburban residences. Mr. Zlm-
nicrly proposes to lay it out in large plots
of an acre er more to each plot as purchas
ers may desire for suburban residences,
and to sell It at such prices and on such
terms as will insure Its speedy upbuilding.
Iu alt this be has shows his usual business
sagacity, for these lots arc not only desira
ble, but only two or three minutes ride, by
street car, from tbe central portion of the
city; and it will not be long before tbe
street railway Is extended to tbe suburbs
in that direction. Desirable resident lots
In tbe heart of tho city bao gone up so
high In price that the sum necessary to buy
73 or lUOfett front, would both buy aud
build In tbe addition laid out by Mr. Ziui
mcrly. Those on tho lookout lor large
plots should drhc down ami look oer the
The Atchison, Topcka & Santa Ve com
pauy has put a corps of surtcyoj? In the
field to run a preliminary Hue of railroad
Irom Wichita to tbe southwest. Wichita
promises to be the centre of important rail
road uiotcuicuta within the next two
Undoubtedly. Tell us some news. Tbe
surtey being made from Wichita, b) the
Santa Fe, though, is not to the southwest.
But that Wichita la destined to be the cen
tre ot important railroad Interests, and that
the great Santa Fe, aided by the good will
of our people, aud tbe money of our heat
lest capitalists, will build up a commercial
and manufacturing city at the confluence
of the two greatest valleys in the State, a
point generally knowu and designated as
Wichita, we could tell you more about
II wc would, but wc won't just )ct. Still
there Is no harm in Intimating a point that
might come within the comprehension of
even the average Topekan, and that is,
when tbe Santa Fe shall bate absorbed,
absolutely, the Atlantic & PaciUc railroad
and the 'Frisco s) stem entire, the central
axis ol the consolidation will be Wichita;
to which station the general offices now
located at Topeka, temporarily will bo
looted per force of the centralizing con
comitants and commercial environments of
all the tast influences intuited. The im
printing transaction consists in the late in
testmcnls, made by the principals of tbe
augmented entailment, in eligible subur
ban resident plots adjacent to this city.
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DRIVE WELLS AGAIN.
All the suits brought J.o recover royalty
for tho use of the "drive-well patent'' Iu
Kansas, Iowa and Minnesota, were dceldod
on the Mb Inst., at Dcs Moines, Iowa. Tbe
court held the patent t old on three grounds,
1. That the patentee had abandoned bis
pretended patent after be claimed to have
perfected it, before he applied for his pat
cut. 2. That the revision of tbe patent was
broader Iban tho original; and
3. That that method was Used in drlting
well before be claimed to hate discovered
II. G. Huggles, of this city, uudertood
the defense for this part of the State, and
made arrangements by which nil the cases
In the three Slates trele to abide the result
of n test case to be tried iu Iowa. He has
spent about six months in traveling over
the three States named, working up the ev
idence aud preparlngabrlef. His expenses
in traveling, printing and making bis in
vestigation hao been paid, but he bas re
ceived uo compensation for bis time and la
bor. Tbo dcclslsn bas saved this city and
county many tbousinds of dollars. We
suggest that each owner of a drive-well in
this county, who is able, contribute to make
Mr. Huggles a fair compensation for bis
sertlces, for no other attorney would touch
the case. But for the factnftheso pretend
ers' claims being otcrthrown, ctcry drive
well In this county, and every one hereaf
ter put down, would have cost $10 royalty.
Aud further, the truth Is, Mr. Huggles fur
nished the principal material evidence and
tbe law made up tbe case which beat
INCAPABLE OF MISREPRESENTATION.
Hererring to the tallies kept by Mr. Couk
llu, ol tho number of teams daily crossing
the Big ritcr bridge, as published byu',
tbe Wlnflcld Courier remarks :
"We clip the above Items from the Wich
ita Eiglk ol last week. We suppose tbe
"K. Concklln" Is a typographical erior It
should bate been "Eli Perkius.'
Admitting Mr. Ell Perkius to be tbe cham
pion liar ot America, he would fail as a re
porter of business In Wichita for the sim
ple reason that truth Is stranger than fic
tion. We take pleasure In assuring tbe
denizens of Winfield and or all other "4cepy
hollows," that the figures given by the Ea
glb were correct, and that In tbe six days
mentioued C,553 teams, as described, did
actually cross tbe bridge at this point, w bleb
can be verified by affidavit, and they were
buf a fair average of spring days Last
Saturday tbo number reached nearly 2,000.
At 3 p. ru. a count of one street, made by
ourself, showed 1ST moving teams, 81 of
which were within the space or length of
two blocks. Two policemen were necessa
ry to the prevention or a lock. On another
business street, at tbe same hour, and w I th
in tbe length of a single block, 47 moving
teams were counted. Our Winfield neigh
bors, who desire to know what a city looka
like, but who hate neither the time nor
money for a trip to New York, can come
up to Wichita for a day or two aud be grat
ified. THE PIONEER HOUSE.
On Tuesday Mr. J, P. Alleu celebrated
bla thirteenth anniversary as a merchant In
this city. Wc reckon Mr. Allen's drug
bouse may be set down at tbe oldest mer
cantile establishment In this city, If not in
tbla valley. Pol thirteen years he has
tuck U tbe business of oils, paints, drugs,
perfumes and all tbe articles pertaining to
bis line until bis bas become to be recog
nized as tbe pioneer bouse. And bis first
cuslomeraare, as a rule, still his best cus
tomers, for what Joe Is to-day be was yes
terday and will be forever; that Is, perfect
ly honorable and square Id alt bis dealings
and handling nothing but warranted goods.
True, he haa grown, spread out, but who
has aotf His little old clapboard shanty
of upper Main street haa given place to a
100-foot store-room of plate glass front, or
namental ceilings and fine abow and pre
scription eases, for such are of the demands
an J growth of trade, but Joe Is the same
jolly, witty, hueoroas plll-eoapouader of
Tore; the same careful, conscientious
asaker-ttp of powders aad prescrlptloastbat
he waa way back la the days of cow boys
aad daace-boui Jamborees, and we take
pleamra In adding this to his celebration.
The FL Scott Wichita railway, which
haa been completed to Towaaaa, gave the
people of the latter place an exenrsloa on
Monday to Toronto, Wooilaoa connty, and
retnm, or were to. A mtmber of men have
hoem Mrod hi and trass nboat Oh eHjr atta
U the gtnsto, and tho oMtrac-
tora.eay they wM Iw.la Wichita tea day
of aentract time.
.LnCrWi' v'fe ?
Mr. James North, of Huntington, Penn
sylvania, an old friend and school mate of
Hon. E. P. Thompson, and who lor up
wards or 33 years has been an official of the
Pennsylvania railroad, Is paying the latter
and Kansas a visit. Mr. North Is a wide
awake gentleman, posted as to tbe great
west and very companionable. He Is de
lighted with this great valley nothing like
which he has ever seen before In all bis
travels, and he aays he will not fail to ad
vertise Its advantages to bis people.
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Millet Seed 2330
Shipping cattle b.0030
A big force has been put on the bridge.
A crane fell on one of tbe workmen Tues
day, very severely hurting blm. Several
car load or atone arrived yesterday. Two
Iota or cattle, one of five hundred and the
other or three hundred crossed, going west
yesterday. Mr. E. Concklln, tbe keeper or
tbe bridge, says If those fast boys do any
more racing or running of cows across tbe
bridge tbey will be reported for fine. In
no previous year, at this season, has there
been such quantities of wheat brought in
or such numbers of hogs.
Tho health and energies of Capt. F. G
Smyth have been so let down of late that
he feels that be must get back awhile to
salt water, so he and Mrs. S., his most ex
cellent wire, will leave shortly for Europe.
Mrs. Smyth will go up to Dublin and spend
most of the summer at her childhood's
home with her aged mother. The Captain,
after taking In Liverpool, and other ports
of his acquaintance, will go and see some
of his college chums and then visit most of
the cities or western Europe. We sincere
ly wish Captain Smyth and his wife an en
joyable trip, a pleasant summer and a safe
return to Wichita.
Baron Whitworth, who lives near Dan-
tllle. Harper county, was burned out or
bouse and home last week. They had just
hurried their most promising eon at what
sccmsd to be the climax or misfortunes
which had followed them tast and faster,
but the end ouly citne in the sweeping
away, by fire, of their borne and all it con
tained. Wc sincerely trust our people may
be moved to do something for the relief of
a family, who but a few years since came to
this valley direct from England possessing
a fortune in ready money, paintings, stat
uary and other family heirlooms, all of
which hate been swept away.
The very windows of beaten were open
ed oa Saturday night and the grumbler's
growl of drouth was changed to a whine of
flood. It was the first rain of our true rainy
season which generally covers a period of
two months, commencing about May first,
It was a little late this year, but in quanti
ties to make up last time. Five and three
tenths Inches fell, being one of the heaticst
falls of rain occurring here since the year
of the flood. Five and three tenths inches is
a wonderful tall, being equivalent to about
an eighth of tbe entire fall ot an atcragc
year. Nothing was suffering, but a good
1 ai n was needed. Many bridges aro report
ed as having gone out.
Tho elevations, consisting of three fronts
comer and two sides and working plans
and specifications of the new Citizens Bank
building bate been received, tho old build
ing is being removed, aud in a few days tbe
walls will be piling up. It will be the most
magnificent structure of tbe kind In tbe
city. The first or ground floor is five feet
abotetbe sidewalk and fourteen feet In the
clear. Tho basement will be finished up
not only comfortably but finely, and the
wbolo furnished with steam, gas and water
pipes. Tbe secoud story will be dltided
into office suits. Tbe entrance to tbe bank
ing room will be on tbe corner. There will
be three side entrances beside on Main
street. But more, as the work progresses.
The Wichita lodge of the Knights of
Pythias, accompanied by their wives and
several young lady friends, left on Monday
night Iu a special car for tbe annual con
clave which convened at Emporia on Tues
day. The Knights were in full uniform and
as tbey marched up street 'ncatb thcirsilkcn
banner, presented a beautiful sight. The
north bound train being An hour behind,
the depot platform presented a lively scene
Iu a splendid drill by which the Knights
employed the time, the ladles bating taken
possession of their extra car on the side
track. The Wichita lodge, last year, car
ried off the second drill prize, and wc hope
they may win tbe first at Emporia, and that
they may lutite the lodges to Wichita for
the uext annual conclave.
At the residence ofJudge Edwin Hill, the
betrothed's father, iu this city, this even
ing, May ICtb, at 8:30 p. m., Mr. T. Isaac
Humble, the First Assistant Postmaster of
this city, will be united In marriage to
Miss Jessie M. IIIU. The occasion promises
to be a very joyous one uot to say brilliant.
The expectant bride is acknowledged to
be one ot the most accomplished singers In
tho city, a young lady of the happiest dis
position and sweetest domesticity, destined
to make the man of her choice happy dls
pltc all tbe clouds and storms that may be
driven across life's pathway. Mr. Humble
Is well known to nearly everybody as a
sober. Industrious and competent young
man, holding tbe confidence and trust of
the people. To them both wc send our
benediction or "love," for
"Love Is Ufa's end, an end but never cnjliig;
All joys, atl sweets, alt happluess awarding ;
Love Is llf.'a wealth, ne'er spent but ever
More rich by giving, taking by discarding ;
Love's lift's reward, rewarded In rewarding ;
Ahl sboufds't thou live but one love's sweets
Thou wltt not love lo lire, un'en thou live to
THE ENGLISH SPARROW.
The Wichita Eaolk calls for a war of ex
termination agaiust the English sparrows,
iomobody brought to Wichita a fotv years
ago, a brood of these fighting, useless, pes
tilent llttlo birds, aud now there are dozens
of them. Tho Eaglk is right. The Eng
lish sparrow is simply a nuisance They
were brought to Kansas under the impres
sion that tbey lived on Insects. Tbe last
thing tbey will eat is an insect. But tbey
make war on all tbe birds tbst do; drive
away tho beautiful songsters that make the
trees and gardens vocal with music; eattbe
young fruit; and do nothing good. Tbey
aro neither ornamental nor useful. Tbey
can't sing; they are nt pretty; tbey arc
simply quarreling, chattering, stealing lit'
tie pests. Somebody stys they make good
pot-plc. It would tako a good many of
them to make a pot-pic, but if they can be
utilized for any such purpose, let it bo done.
Any thing to get rid of lUtw..itchiicn
The Emersonian and Crescent Societies
of the high school will give a joint enter
talnmcnt next Friday afternoon, tbe 18lb
Inst., at 3 p. m. All are cordially invited
to be pacsent.
By order of the board ol education, J.
W. Bear la mounting tbe elegant United
States map presented to tbe high school
some weeks since.
Through tbo generosity of the Kansas
State Univcislty each or tbe members or
tbe graduating class of the Wichita city
schools bas been supplied with a copy of
tbe A'aaias Rttitv, a periodical issued
monthly by the University, for one year.
Mrs. Horey and Miss Matlie Obrist will
assist at the exercises Friday afternoon.
Major Sims has sent the high school a
aopy of the last State agricultural report
for tbe library.
School closes Friday, tbe S5lh Inst, Com
mencement exercises In tbe opera bouse
HAYERLT'S MASTODON FRAUD.
All amusement lovers know the name ol
"Haverly" and his reputation as a caterer
to the public taste. The people or Wichi
ta crowded the Opera House Monday night
at a dollar per head, drawn there solely by
their confidence in Haverly. They were
given In return a minstrel performance,
which In all its length, breadth and deUUs
was the most colossal and Ignominious tell
ever perpetrated upon this people. The
ordinary circus-dog show was the only
bearable thing about It, Henceforth in
this community let the name or Haverly be
the synonym of "snide."
In taut city, Saaday evealag, May 1Kb,
Mrs. Rebeca Coaaert, la her 61st year, after
a loag IHaeaf which waa borne wU chris
tian tortltade. She leave an only aon aad
hnahand. Mrs. Ooadert waa aaebiewo
bsm o( rhitanthroBhle laaUaeta. She was
with her ansbead ttrossghont the late war,
and djtac aatdter. mat WMtsMUtaav
A CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our sincere thanks
to the many friends, who so kindly assisted
us during our sad bereavement,
Mr. A., W. U. akd Mrs. O.B.Coxdert.
PROCEEDING! OF THE SEOCWICK COUNTY AGRI
CULTURAL MECHANICAL AND STOCK
May 13tb, 1SS3.
Board or directors met persuant to ad
journment, President Mathewson in the
chair. Messrs Greiffenstein, Carey, Nu
gent, Williams and Carpenter present.
Tbe minutes or the last meeting were
On motion or Mr. Greiffenstein that we
bold our next annual fair on the 4th, Mb,
6th and 7th of September, was unanimous
Mr. Carey moved that further time be
granted the committee on reporting tbe
condition of tbe Fair Grounds carried.
On motion or Mr. Greiffenstein that tbe
President at tbe next meeting appoint a
finance committee and a committee oa
grounds. Mr. Williams amended same, by
adding a committee on Premium list. Mo
tion as amended was carried.
On motion that the proceedings ol the
meeting be given to tbe city papers lor
On motion the Board adjourned to Sat
urday, May 19th, at 9 o'clock a. ru.
Fred Schattxer, Secretary.
Much is being said about a surgical oper
ation performed by Dr. Croskey this week,
which is said to hare been very skillfully
LIST OF LETTEHS
Hkuaini.no Uncalled vok at tuk Post
Office at Wichita.
Wichita, Kan.. Jlay 15th, lb83.
CralgB 2 Coeki.L
llarlowAA Bale) J It
MathewsB and Craig H M
MustcrTW McCoy W
ScarsS Stray erD
TruchlcrC 1 UndcrwoodM
WelssO 2 Walker.IJ
To obtain any ot these tbe applicant muit
call for "Advertised Letters," and giv e the
date ot this list.
If not called for in ono mouth they will be
sent to the Dead Letter Office.
Letters arc not advertised until they have
remained In this office ouc week.
Straykd From J. Adams, ono mite east
and one mile north of Jamcsburg, a black
mare pony, white face, branded with mule
shoe on one shoulder. Any one rcturniug
her to Stephens' stable, or to the subscriber
will be paid for the trouble.
8-lt J. ADAMS.
Mr. Clark, from Kansas City, will assist
Mr. Osteregren in git ing the Wichita and
Scdfinlek county people the best work ctcr
put out in tbe county In the way of Photo
graphs, at Itogera'. 8-lt
Chickens I Chickens! Chickens 1
I want to buy all the chickens I can dur
ing the next two weeks and pay full market
price. A. Hess. It
A., T. & S. P. RAILROAD CO.
Important Change in Discounts.
Toi'KKA, May 1, 1863.
To Purchasers of Kailroad Lands:
The following changes in the rates of dis
count on lands bought from this company
will tako effect on and after August 1, ISSf.
Ou terms No. 2, six ) cars time, present
discount 20 per cent., changed to 10 per
On terras No. :i. two ) oars' time, present
discount SO per cent., changed to 20 per
On terms No. -I, cash, present discount
X) per cent , changed to 23 per cent.
Iutcrcst 011 all time sjlcs, 7 per cent.
These changes relate to new sales only ;
made on and after August 1st, aud ht'to no
reference tthatctcr to contracts already in
Land buyers who Wjsli to avail themsehes
of the present discounts will have to make
their purchases before August 1st.
A. S. Johnson, Land Commissioner.
BliN'NKix & Hoys, Agents, Wichita, Kan
Ottcregrcn, the photographer, has arriv
ed and will be with Rogers fur thirty days.
Mit. Edwakd I.A8SHI.1. : I have no dis
position to boast of the merits of any pa
tent medicine, but three winters ago I froze
my feet and have suffered a great deal I
have tried a great many different kinds of
medicine, but of no use. Your All Heal
ing Balsam bin been a success.
CottA E. McC'lanh.
March 20lh, 1SS1. 7tf
If you have signs of pulmonary troub e,
act promptly. "A stitch in time saves
nine." Compound Oxygen will certainly
arrest the progress of consumption if used
in the early stages of that disease. It has
already done so in a large number of cases.
In proof or this tbe most direct and posi
tive evidence will be furnished by Drs.
Starkey & Palen, 1109 G Irani street, Phila
delphia. If you would like to submit your
case and get an opinion of your condition
write to them and state all your symptom'
clearly. It will cost you nothing, as thry
do not charge for consultations. Their re
ply and the documentary evidence which
tbey will furnish as to w hat bas been done
by their new treatment, and al.o as to their
professional standing, will put you in a
position to judge for yourself whether to
use their treatment or not.
Have the contract to furnish Garfield
Post No. 25, Grand Army of the Republic,
Wichita, Kansas, with uniforms and para
phernalia. Members or the Post desiring
to uniform are requested to call at tbe
above clothing bouse, on Douglas ave., be
tween Smith's and Wallace's Implement
bouses, to examine tbe roods and leave
orders If desiring uniforms. 5-tf
Bartr&inB in Real Estate.
Land and Loan office or Sowers & Mason,
over Lyncb's dry goods store, on Donglas
Avenue Special bargains in farms anil
city proper p" exchange.
Money to loan ui low rates. 9-tf
8,000 lbs pare Merino Wool for sale ; sam
ples at First Arkansas Valley Bank. 7-3t
Cbas.'Mosbacber, who has done all or
Wm. Kassel'a watch and jewelry repairing
for tbe last two years, bas opened a jewel
ry store in Allen's drug atore. He respect
fully solicits a share or the pnblie patron
age, a he is reliable and a good workman.
I wish to call the attention of all ladies
of Wichita and vicinity to tbe closing out
sale of my full stock of goods. Call and
aee me before purchasing elsewhere. You
can boy long plumes Irom $15 to 94.00.
Bands Sowers from & cents to $3.00. Hats
from 1 cents to f)S.ee. Laees,tle, collars,
embroidered hose, corsets, ribbons, em
broidery materia), yarn underwear, jewel
ry, veiling , etc., rati to reduced prices natll
the 1st or Jaly. Call aad aee for yourself.
Thaaklag the public for past patronage, I
am, Tears respeetfolly,
Between Woodman's Bank aad the Tarr-
ed Store, e-8t
Taken j- April Mth, one man pony six
r eight jeare old: brand a left sheaUer
Owner eaa have theaamehy
sovaamthwaat corner of Arson
awBTmmmmwPy aOVsmmTsmTK HWHja JmiJasmmmmno
KyTiZLUri " WlUMv
We would call Especial Attention to our
EXTRA LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING.
It it tho Largiit tad Brit
As the Section h
We Are Offering
Our $10.00 All-wool Cassimere Suit.
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
(S?" Four Doors north of J'oit
Bank of Commerce.
Loans Money on Real Estate,
Eeosives Deposits, Time and Demand, at Interest
Buys and sells exchange; makes collections; negotiates municipal bonds,
and transacts bankinq in all its branches.
No. 17 Douglas Avenue,
WICHITA BUSINESS COLLEGE.
For the reception of pupils in
Penmanship and Double Entry Bookkeeping.
TiTTTsrc S PESMANSHIP, Course of 15 Leuons $ 5 00
1 HKM& . BOOKKEEPING, Course of 3 Months 20 00
KUS9KLL II AM.. Hala Street.
SEDGWICK CITY BANK!
(A. II. NAKTZOEK.)
WILL TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Buy and stll exchange, receive deposits, make collections, etc.
Slli KT TIME LOANS on GOOD PERSONAL SECURITY
F-A.R,TVE LCXA-ISTS A.T LOWEST BATES.
6- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPtHlTS.
Sedgwick City, ..... - Kansas,
S. M. GARRISON,
J3T 76 DOUGLA8 AVENUE, WBST OF MAIN 8TRBBT,
MANUFACTURES AND DEALER IX
CASH PAID FOR HIDES, TALLOW, XTC.
XVrVEHsC TBAlt HABZT3ISS .A. BVXiaiJLTsTT.
ft- 9. M. aAafatlSON.
Ill Ilalill PtlTlsl
E. W. Lamkll, Dear Six: It afford
me great pleaaar to apeak is tkt fclfhett
terms of tbe Yalue of your AlUBeallag Bat
aara aa aaaedldae Utatifaoald be la every
family. Belar amlcted with pala la my
back and kaTlac the kidaey complalat, I
waa ladaced by joar ageat, K. Vaagmdy,
to purebaae aad try a bottle of yowAH
Heallng Balaam, a took the medlelae ae
cordiax to directioDa, aad bow, haTlaf se
ed It for the peat Une or row weeks, Had
myaeir relieved eaUreiy from the pala la
my back, aad my Mdaeys ao loafer award
me aay treaUe. I hare bo hiKUMia I
aaylag that oae bottle ofaaedlelao, far
I ever made ia my Hi. I hoarty
yew AsMseaHag Biliamlotho
yVMlC M BQHIf jWK WaMS JMK nfffMHBW
to ha, ami goad far a lt tammm eat
forth ha yomr atwmw, Jtmmht'Zl -
jtb t -. ' " , , "" aCtmmmmam T.
I ri lama. Tiiw'riiil WOt 7U
BOOTS & SHOES.
Aitarttd 8tsk it tat City.
Dress Goods, Trismus, Etc.
- ojke, Jfain Street, Wichita.
Personal, and Chattel Securities.
r. C. X.BWIM, Primeipml.
Ia view of the maay meat attempta to
burglarize Ike recldeaeea of oar elUzeaa,
the Lombard Mortgage Company respect
fally calls iheatteatiea af parties havlag
valaables, jewelry, etc, to their safety de
poait boxes la their ire-proof vault, where
aavoaeeaa leare small portable articles
ofvaleo ia ahaolaU eeeartty agalart are,
For the eoaveaieaee of taaUmirs the
boxes have beea removed from tho TaaK
of the KaanaaStaU Beak (which assess at
S a. am.) tothosxaeUy waiHsrvaaHor the
Lombard Mortgage Compaay ia the rear of
. W fcswa a aVw
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Caakta iirtarati ta aaE ataawaMtwa lnm w aaawMa ladfa waidraaa.
aaatkaaTPianJaa, WJaaanamanaaiav., , iiiB.-y..aa,v.U . i ?&.' ,v ,""-ii5.Tli
3 IN n
Innes & Boss,
ST U JHENDOITS
TJKTI2.EOEIDE1TT H5T3 FACILITIES.
$3" Our auccen in the past was
OUR NEW STOCK OF SILKS.
53T At the purchase of the iminene stock nt Muscatine, wc found a surplus of js.5 bnnulit at forced sale. We nro ofleriujf
The Finest Line of Black Silks ever seen in the West,
25 Per Cent. Las Than They Wero Ever Sold 2efore.
- 4 - - 50.000 YARDS OF EMBROIDERIES, - . . , .
IIAMRU1M.S. SWISS, IRISH POINT, ETC. ' v
5.000 TTAJRDS ISIBSOIT,
GROS GRAIN, SATINS, OTTOMANS, AND THE NEW FASHIONABLE RA(IE TWO TONED COLORS IN EVERY TONE.
AUcnys on Hand.
THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN LADIES NECKWEAR.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CAUZE, LISLE THREAD, BALBRICCAN AND MUSLIN UNDERWKAR.
Our Stock of Hosiery, Gloves and Lnco Mitts is Unlimited.
So You See It Pays To Trade With
INNES & ROSS.
TO ANY PIECE OP LAND IN SEDG
Have the most reliable set of Abstracts In
the county. Temple Block, flrst door to
left on accond floor.
W. L. MCBEE, Abstracter.
S. T. Jones, aatb, door, blind, scroll anil
bracket manufactury, went side ot Slain
troet, north of the Occidental Hotel, Wicb-
lla, Kansas. 13-ly
The Chicago Bazaar, the great millinery
and dressmaking amporium of Wichita,
seems to be just now the most popular re
sort in tbe city for our ladies of hshlon.
Mrs. Hay, from St. Paul, cuts dresses by
the genuine Taylor system; perfect tit
guaranteed. West side Main street, three
doors north of the Arkansas Valley Bank,
Wichita, Kansas. 2-tf
Garrison makes tbe bet team
made in the city of Wicbiu.
WaNTBD A man who is lame want to
get employment herding ahecp, in Sedg
wick or Butler county. Addrees, Herder,
at tbis office.
S. Thomas Jones, contractor and build
er; also sasn, ilooranu Diinumanuuciurer,
Main street, 3 door soutb ol tbe Occidental
Hotel, WicbiU, Kansas. 43-ly
Plyfawta Rwks ExehiWtlr.
I bate three pens as tine birds sa are in
tbe country, beaded by Conger, Pitkin and
Hawkins. I hope to see every farmer or
poultry-grower become Interested in thor
oughbred stock ; it costs on'y a trifle for a
start. Call or write for tpcclal terms to
those who bare never tried improved stock.
The American Farm and Home Cyclope
dia just what the farmer, stock raiser,
gardener and fruit raiser need can be seen
and examined at my office and, It desired,
purchased. M. C. McLaix,
Office in U.S.Land Office Building, Wich
ita, Kansas. 43-tf
ttcjMnjp Ir q opra joj
pqrcj oavU. fU
... .nnu coins aintrxitmiol
.rpaai wi w --.--
iatm Supnpttfd -liuirtlduico 2atnjS
ipaanx jopadnt a 11 aotta sosSjo
unaaSia po WAn 3n uodn ""
aev .wV J wJP i31!? 1X
MBMrp tn pm
ptq In J1 Xqiraaa. w ! a II to
pano asoqx tionmnsnoa atr uodti
wxajTOai apqga tooijnfat jo ntsTainb
oa awapoid n Afrnnbosaoa !rw
-uta jo 'staaaiy utnb lw
w xna 1 paaodatoo jshjo Xtra ao
anwa mflOV a.wxv J XWJOtJadua xeaXa
aqr -asotSai onamtajui ptra Xmuroz
raoutrtoi Ol n riurqdoia v
to 'ana n TP 'MrmuaAaid P
3nao)sBQ3ai at u -iWiaTP aoSr
nt owwiwp aow ii(iwM pu voj
-taco jo Scrpsj avadtai paa 'oosiod
miaim jo pootq am aaaxreap 5rwq
aaojoSiA jo sonipaoa oj matsif tn
ihhi ,j fttraamud an sxs n
ptra at hi aMotioj XwfBI S '&
paa anno 'aSY po J "f"
Ma m"IK J V x i "
matt pw Sam xavm a Jiaaii vttatf
n wuto Aoy .AV ! P Xroo
Waal! Waal 1 Waal 1
I aaa prepared to buy for cash, and cash
oalr. oae sailllaa pouade of wool. Cone
aad aaa aaa, if yoa bare aay wool. Bring a
aasapla or laara yoar address where to call
oa yoo. Sacka aad twlae famished, if de
sired. I- HATa.
Oataaatara Tata Katiat.
Seated bids for baUdlag a Methodist
Episcopal Church at Hsadoa. Sedgwick
eonaty, Ksasas, wIM be received from data
aatilMaylSU. Plaaa, apadOcatioas. ate.,
saay ba aaa at say rtaideaee oa Fanrtb
araatM, aoath of CTty Seate. Jd. Mock, Sd.
C- K. wooBswaj, raator
I wis t asNMtMea te tka laaHaa of Wlek
lUsltatlsMTaiaatretarBed froea Chicago
UtaatawreMM I baalery, bath allk aad
HfKs. Ta taaat aslertlaa af tie wear la
thadty. Aa ilsgaat aawtlanat af dreas
VMtaaa aad UUasalap. ChtUram'a Naca
aulli. lafaan alaatatiaitlfnTTr -
ed. lasCMta rafcaa aaai aatart drasaii. A
ta)astas1saMaCefftaaMaassd gtataa la
MMTasT aVMsT-1 W3SissgV ' ' ' ' - wS". J---?Afcfc.t v.:-t TC " -
'MKi&SigSE&Sa&e&t ' "SSSSSSSSSa CtlS5SS?C:3S
t&emm: "'::--: .: rht?wr:r -
Purchase and Sale
Geo. Innes & Co.,
"KMIMG SUCCEEDS LIRE SUCCESS."
achievfd by cnrrjing the Largest and
1 ricca man
We Call Special
THIS OPPORTUNITY TO GET A GOOD ULAOK SILK CHEAP.
I31EE2rSE LTJCTE OF SUIlVEiVCEIR, SILKS. .
PLAIN, STRIPED AND IWN'CY.
SATINS, OTTOMANS, RHADAMES,
In all tho new similes of the season, and at prices Wonderfully Lnn.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PLAIN AND FIGURED SATEENS,
In Crushed Strawberry, Shrimp. Pink, and nil tho New Shades.
Nuns' Veiling, Cashmere, Gersta, Drab D'Almas, Broadheads. Novelties, Etc., -
IN ALL THE NT.W SHADES.
k 3EWILSEBI1TG ACSOETMENT OF
1,500 Parasols. 1,500 Parasols,
15 Cents to 15 Dollars.
- )N - X -
3sr. x. t. :p. o.
Fine Buident Lots Fsr Sale.
Mr. Wni. Grelflvnstcin' offers for tale on
reasonable term and fair price, a number
of resident lots, each containing a full acre
of ground. For particulars call on him or
J. M. Steele. 4-tf
Call and sec us, and you will be surprised
bow cheap you can get a good, reliable
AaiTlcan watch, fully warranted at the
Boss Jewelry Hoi:c. 25-
Thoroof hired Ball Got. Spngue,
Will stand for service at "Mjplcwood
farm" one-half mile southwest of Arkan
sas Uivir bridge. Term-, $i.00 Invjrlably
at time of service. Also Jersey bull, "Duke
of Sedgwick," at the same place. Tcr:n,
9S 00 at time of service
2-tl it. 1.AWRF.3CE.
Wind Mill For Sale.
Wind mill, tank and tower for sale at a
bargain good new. Inquire at Allen .v
Tucker's or W. S. Corbett'.
E. W. LASSZLL'S
All Bstling Balsam. A Ctrttin Cora For
Scalds, burns, cronn, kidney-complaint.
cuts, boils, bunions, carbuncles chapped
bands, scratches, calk', kicks and all old
At the earnest solicit ilion of many friends
and acquaintances, who bate made a thor
ough and satisfactoiy trial of my "All Heal
Ing Balsam," I take this method or intro
ducing It to the public at large, that tt c ben
efits to be derived from its use may be enjoy-:
ed by all who are afflicted with any of the
ailments above enumerated, or vlir have ,
stock In such way as to demand treatment
for any of the above named afflictions. It ,
will be found on sale at th I'rug store of J. j
P. Allen, Douglasacnuf, Wichita, Kansas,
and by my traveling agents. Pull directions
with every bottle. Price, 50 ccnt per bottle. '
45tf K. W. Lasskix.
Kor repairing machines In all breadths.
34, 36, 11 and 52 lncbe. at T. II. Lyncb's.
Sir eooJ two-vear-old short-horn
two miles seuth of Wichita.
Ht CLARK rtl.MkAII),
T. II. Lynch lost bis lap robe last week
and he wants to find It. T-3t
1,000 pairs of beautiful and substantial
low-cut shoes and tie, goat and kid. Best
qualities for ladies and, children at T. II.
Lyncbe s. -J
Don't force! the Lombard Mortcase Com-
In their new quarters corner of Main street
and Douglas Avenue. -'
Any persons desiring a uurse will plcaso
aaddt ss, Box 1S9 or leave word at Allen ft
Tucker's. Iteferanca given. l-3l
To John hsd: ... . . - ..
Too are hereby oouoeu mii,j., iisiuii
in Mnrrernr of Sedcwiek coiiatr. Kansas,
hava been MtlfUd by partiM who are owners
or laad adjacent to that il
. described below that
they art desirous of esubllsblag permanently
thaeoners or boundaries of eeellon ho. St in
township Ho. la range one east or in (in r.
M..U Sedgwick county, Kansas. Yon will
isnsin iW. nattca that I will oa the first day
of Job. A. D. Ut3, proceed to survey and estau
llsh the earners and boondarles of said above-
WkhlU. Kansas, May 1st. 1st. e-S
Proaasmli for iiJitions to School Baildi?,
UNITED 8TATE3 ISDI4X 8KRVICK, )
Sac A lox J5DIAX Acsoict. I.T..
May stb, 1983 )
Sealed proposals la triplicate, endorsed
"Proposals fur the erection of addition to the
b Wwt rnr ami Abaantasi Mhawnee school
baiUlags," at this agsaey, la accordance with
plans awl speelaeations on file at this asrency.
aad also la Use oSsces of the Mat taafa Globe
Dtmtcrl. Kmt CUf Jnri, IfUkUt Emmie,
aad Artmntmt CUw Trmnltr. will be reeelvea at
thu agency aaut ia O'cioex oa atenuay, jdu
(jratmeta will be awarded to Ue lowest re-
maatalai bldater. or bidders, aablset to the
aapiuisl nf the Itirirfmcaf trf tht Interior
'hnmliBsitiuu lansTtkof time reanlred
ser msssiMeiiiwa cm bsbuusbsp svtnv,vt
ooatnet.andauut ba acooeapaated byanrU
aadcsseekwpoBBoasjUaital states deimUtory.
BasyaAUtatswaadsref tka aanswlgaed. tor at
. - . -m . I.J.T ....
waiea easeac saaii oa hmmiuu so saw usw
sMafaataaaaaaay Mskasr receiving Ik award
kali sail sn mxmtmSM asnaantlT a eontnet with
asad aad aaaHlsar asretlas, aeeostMas; to the
WTSMof Ms Ud ; e4brwkts lata rstaraedlo
Ika flkawatw bnUdlac toba twa-Majy tnm;
TisaiWIlitl twaaae saul Wax ballsHaaw to ba ut
iwisfcarttaaa -mm tmi,smsiSyt tka
rtSl?raSataay aad aa Mda 1 ter.br
of Dry Goods!
USTO AXjCTJIj able ATDVA.TTA.C3-ES
Best - selected Stock in U city, mid
T - P - 0( -
INNES & ROSS.
B. Y. MUNSELL, M. D.
ICye, Ear, Thruut. Air, Ktiplur. Vitet,
In regard to tlis trramirut and cure of l'llea,
Flstnta. Ilrmnrrhnlit-i, Klg.nre , rrolaitsu, and
Skin IHdeusei, I trill wrfrt! j aud irmanpntlr
cure all camh, of however louff staiitllufr vifs
out knife or cauilic.
CllAKim rpj'xmable from ii3 to $10, dcKnd
I liaTe llm latent ami ni'Mttrltntlllr methol of
treatment known, one that never falU to iu ike
a jiermanent cure. Nt .Mlnlloii fn)ru unslness,
ami not the alizlitet danger to be feareil fnm
treatment. I will make this special offer t
jtersons comlnfr from a ttistanre who may wish
to remain nith me until curel I vrtfl my their
travellnfr evnse hero amt return, tree of
charge, if I tail to cure tliem. Letteroof tn
quiry pminitttir anweretl. ICeferenres pivan by
xildrflnff Dii. K. Y McxxtLL, WIclilU. han
ui. Will be at Wichita ofllce from 1st ti Ulh
of each month ; Kurrton, Kansas, lain and 3th
of each month ; Newton. hinMH, Natioiiat Ho
tel, on the ?lh of ctery innntli ; Mrliierson,
Kunas, Merrhauts' Hotel, lit and ml of ear
In the IHitrle! Conrt of Seilwlck county,
Orlando Dmnn and Mary Ilrown. 1
Tlie above named Orlamlo ftrown and Mary
Brown are hereby notlftM that ther have lieen
fneil by thealMjTe-uameit plaintiff in the js
triet Court of edwirk euuuty. Matenf Kan
sas, and that tinle.s they uM,r the petition of
,altl plaintiff aalnst them niet In jld action,
in the nlhceor the rlerkor .nld court, by the
illli day or June, Is-!, rnM ixtltlon wilt be
taken as trne aud judgment will be rendered tn
said action in favorof aM plaintiff and against
ald tlefendanta. reunirluY the deten'tants tn
convey to the pljlnllir the rutlowlnx real estate,
lytnjcand situate in the county of hedwteL and
state of Kana. to wit
The south. we.t quarter of section S Iu towu
khli 27 aotttli.of range one west, erepl tlve
arresoutot Iheaoutli-eftjit cfirnrr thereof uu-
era contract Tor the eimreyjure tiere,f le
tneenthe ilefnlaut, Orlaudo ttronu,Hnd the
tdaintin-; coats of aid action iti accordance
with theprjrerof ,alil letitlou
ii.r a H.vrruN.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
Cornerof KmjirlJiJiTnuff m1 Wllm ulrwt.
Mouth or Potislfia ftrrnu
Foi full particulars Inquire at O.iitervatory.
Douglas Ave. Ste?m Laundry,
NORRIS & MARKS, PropB.
All Work Done (o Ord-r ai Rfasosable Bates.
fJr Two doors east of Douglas Avenno Hotel.
0. 6. JACOBS,
VALLEY CENTEtT, KANA.
analstr akrlrsuhsas at tka teaaV tj-A ew
T m - . ' U.1S
iStCCC 3-J IS
- - jt . r.x.j
5J.T rf-klJCUtAWATal- r - ;
Geo. Innes & Co.,
nelling tho Best Goods oaly at Lowtr
O. B. STOCKER.
PLAIN ANDOUNAMENTAI. rLASTEBIMO,
parties desiring work la my Haa will
are o.ilers at J. 1'. Alleo'a Drag Stars,
W Country Work Solicited.
BlILDS HOUSES H THE CIH OR COl'STRI.
S3- nnirs at bla Hash, Door and Blind af aaa
fartury, on the west side of Main street, aorta,
or Ibeoreldental Hotel, YflcblU, Kansas. U-
Saint Louis and San Francisco
mioirrKtt than axtothkk boltis bk-
Wichita and Saint Louii-
THsouan szfsxss Tisinra
A.S.S1 ETTT T3Ji.1TTtr.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
ACHES ot rich Iknalnc aad
mineral lands for sals by tfeta
rt- For fall
and particular laJonaatlaa.wMss
sles, ratlts, etc. . call a pen ar ast
ir station awau, or eltsunr of ska
drew aay of onr
. W.CAI.r.Cta'irrelffctAft., . tji,
I). WlitllAKT. (isn't rasa. Aft. ( ""
C. w. BCMJKIU, Vlesvrna't. AUsa'tafagr.,
t-tf Tempi Balldlaf . St. Laals. Mn.
A. H. WOOD
Bridle. Colters, Whip.
And sverytWasi kept In a weU stocked
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