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-8CBSCRIPTI0! TWO DOLLARS IX ADVAXCX.
To clean a epiec mill grind a hand
ful of rico through St.
A gridiron should al wn g be heated
before putting meat on it to broil.
To prevent the juice of pic soaking
into Uic under crust brush tlio crust
iith tlic white of a beaten egg.
To cure a brui&c or sprain bathe in
told water, nntl then apply a decoc
tion of wormwood and vinegar.
To renovate old black silk sponge
M ith spirits of ammonia or alcohol di
luted with water, and press ou the
To take oil spots out of matting,
etc., wet the spot witli alcohol, rub it
with hard oap, and then nash well
with cold water.
Tli remoi c ttnin9 from cups or arti-
leii of tableware or marblcizcd oil
cloths, rub them with Ralerntus, cither
u ith the lingers or a piece of cloth.
To rid the loom of the disagreeable
i-mt II of fn'nh paiut let a pailful of
water in which a handful of hay lias
been placed stand in the room over
To clean oil-doth until with warm
milk. Once in mx months scour villi
lint f-onpsuds; dry thoroughly and
apply a coat of varni'h. They will
Mt n long again.
A Mart h l hat w ill iiinkc linen look
a good af nf-rt I- inado of one quart
ol mil boiled roni htarch, three
oiiiicrs of gum limbic, anil two ounces
of loaf sugar.
Ouo pound nl green roppcrafc di
mlved in oiii- rjiinrt of boiling water
will dchlroy foul Miiellf.. Powdered
borax srnttercd in their haitills will
dii-p'-r-e rot kroaolip-..
To gii'gl:i- great blilliaucy wash
with a dump sponge dipped in spirit
then dust with powdered blue or
whiting (tied in a miihlin big), and
polish with a thaiuni i-kin.
When tjirpite nie well (leaned,
i-pritikle with nlt and fold. When
Iniil, t row with rOiglitly mointcned
bran before sw ecping. This, w ith halt,
ill freshen them up wonderlully.
A iatc made of whiting nnd lien
Zulu u ill clean marble; and one made
of whiting nnd diloridc of soda, spread
and left In dr (lu the sun, if possible)
on tin1 marble, will remote spots.
'ilk hnndkcTi hills wa-lied in lear
wiitei with pure white entile hoap
look like new. Do not iion, but snap
between the linger until almost dry,
ami tlun iim under a weight.
China ol any rolor, excepting white,
um be easily and quickly mended
with iliellar. I'laee on the brokon
plic, and, keeping them together,
hold thi'in to a lighted candle.
To prevent the hair from tailing out
ii'o a milurc composed of two ounces
ol epiiitsnf ummoni.1, tuoQUtircK each
ofgljceiine nnd rose water, one-half
ounce nf lautharideri, and enough alco
hol to ilarify.
To cure earaihe take a pinch of
blink pepper, put it on a piece of cot
ton batting dipped in sweet oil, and
place it in the c.ir, nnd tie a bandage
around the head, and it will give al-ino-t
To clean oil or grease spot from
nrpeth use TiillerV earth anil water;
t-prtad tbiikly, cot or with paper and
let it remain two dajs; brush oil, and
if iinl remoted miike another applica
tion If hasle is required uscben7inc.
(ilikd frames of mirrors and pic
tures aie beautifully cleaned by apply
ing the while of eggs with a camel's
hairbrush Topretent Hies settling
on tin in wash in garlic or ouioti water.
Do not k-.tr the odor, as it soon dies
awav, and the gilt is brightened.
To raise the pile of elvet take two
pieces of wood and place them on a
table, and between them, bottom cidc
up, put three erj hot flat-irons, and
luyotcr them a wet cloth; hold the
clietovcr the cloth with tho wrong
?idc down, aud when thoroughly
tteamed hrtii-h the pile with alight
cmatics, ho lias no superior in square
root. lie hales clubs, and never keeps
his wife awake nights by snoring. Ho
belongs to a littcr-ary family, and,
though he never writes, is the acknowl
edged knight of the pen."
The speaker then gave a long statis
tical history of the hog, closing with
"That our Western farmers, espec
ially in Kansas and Nebraska, have in
many Instances apparently lost sight
of the fact that the hog is a grass-eating
animal, I account for largely by
the scarcity of timber for cheap and
ready fencing material for pastures,
and the lack, as ye t, of tame grossest
of which there would, even now, be
much more were not fencing so ex
pensive. Uesidcs, growing grasses has
as yet been largely an experiment on
our Western prairies, and tho seed is
seldom sold for anght but ready cash,
which, olas! loo many of us do not
alwajs possess. White many of our
people are too poor to fence extensive
pastures, most of ns can inclose
ground for a goodly plat of artichokes,
oats, rjo or alfalfa aud my friend.
Professor Shcltoii, says one acre of
alfalfa will jieldas much pig-feed a
live of artichokes or at all events can
plant sweet corn to cut up and feed
green as part of the summer rations,
insuring better health aud belter
growth for the porker, aud a fatter
pocket-book, better health, abctter
coat, and a cleaner conscience to the
In selecting a horse to buy, the
Turf, Field and Farm gftcs the fol
lowing points, which are worth re
membering: In Inning horse first
look at his head and ejes lor sigu of
intelligence, temper, courage and hon
esty. Unless a horse has brains you
cannot teach him to do anj thing well.
If luil qualities predominate in a hor3c
education only serves to enlarge and
intensify them. The head is the indi
cator of disposition. A square muz
zle, Willi large nostrils, evidences an
ample breathing apparatus and lung
power. Next see that he is well and
tlcau cut under Hie jowl, with jaw
bones broid and w ide apai t under the
(hi oat. Ilrcadth aud fullness between
the cars aud ejes arc alwajs desir
able. The c.tes should be full and
hazel in color, cars small and thin and
throw n well forward. The horse that
turns-his ears hack now and (lieu is
not to be trusted. He is either a biter
or a kicker, and is sure to be tit ions
in other icspcc I, and, being naturally
vicious, can netcr be trained to do
an thing well ; aud so a horse with a
rounding nose, tapering foithead and
a broad full face below the ejes is
always treacherous nnd not to be de
pended on. Avoid a long-legged,
stilted animal alwajs choosing one
with a short, straight back nnd rump,
withers high and shoulders sloping,
well set back, and with good deptii of
chest, forelegs short, hind legs straight,
with low down hock and pastern
joint", and a round, mulish-shaped
foot. Ity observing the above direc
tions, a horse may bo selected that is
graceful in his movements, good na
tural and scrticcable one that will
be a prize to the owner.
C" Do nofbny a dollar's worth of clothing for yourself or boys until, yon have looked throngh our stock.' 8
Both Floors of our Building are now
h ini CROWDED WITH NEW
' tIn,the different lines
Men's, Boys', and Children's Slothing,
j J " if ii 1
r ' : : r, fi t t- i
All wc ask is for yon to examine the different stocks in
Wc shall continue in the
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises and Furnishing Goods.
(J .Itcm'embcr that we buy direct from the factories in case lots, which means that we will sell goods
25 per cent, cheaper than small dealers can offer you.
E5T Do not be humbugged by windy advertisements.
the city,jand then compare notes aud wc arc confident we'll sell you the goods
future, as in the past, to ghc
"Value received" ever' time for your money.
G" You can send your children to buy of u, and we'll treat them just the same as if j on came with them
One price to all,and that the lowest.
J5T We allow no misrepresentations, aud will deem jt,tt favor if customers wilIrepbrttog any misrepresenta
tion or inattention on the part of employes.
Grand Army Equipments Cheaper than anywhere else,
Keystone Clothing House.
131. a. WILSOW 5c oo,
(Successors to Wilson & Toms)
o:f st- XjOxtis, nvcissoxriai,
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money rc Si?nt, Commission Vory Low.
We hae coniiccfcd
In detail Iluy, Sell & Exchange Western property foi Kistorn, aud vice t ersa.
Cfdl on or address
M. L. GARVER.
Manager of the Wichita Ilraiieh. WICHITA, KANSAS
Offlco on Main street, tirht stairway norlli of 1. ().
I take the pleisuro t-i inform
teceived the largest and nobbiest
m numerous friends tint I hive jnst
Stock of Spring Clothing
Men, Youths and Boys,
Ever brought to this city, and which I am determined to sell nt the Lowest
(DIP WICEITA, K-AJSTSAS.
Main Street, opposite the Posi-offlee.
r r en a vr rv
ij. O - d lifi a t
C. L. DAVIDSON,
H. L. DAVIDSON,
K. S. CATES,
J. O. DAVIDSON.
The capital stoclc or Ihe ljanU U one hnmlrcil thnuanil Ootlers, sixty IboiMHml tlnllMM .
lo.rnecl liyNewl.ncinml taiiitnllsti (in I wurlnss Ijanks who rfprwent over tan mill!
l'r. iKlttrz the Institution a ImcUliir caiutl ti anr liinMnir hoii In the State.
The hank will recUe tlriioalt, Imy ami fell Turf iRn ami dumrstlc exchange, inako loa
loacenpral banklni hnsinrsa Unflisll cmleavo- to transact all linstneu cntrustxl to
manner, rsJ upon Irrnti, ealltrart'iiy to oiirriiotuinern, ami mlicjt a hare of the put
UK in a
ir o. ia riDsoif. rmhutit.
N. I, UArZimoX, rtre-Vrr't.
JOIIX C. ItBHST. Cmthltr.
C. J.. DA riVSOX, Stcretmry
AN ESSAY ON HOGS.
P. 1). Co'.nirn, of lCanaR, lead an
in'crestiiig and lintnoioiib paper be
fori) the Chicago Agricultural Con
vention on "the hog with aMrcakof
lean and a Mrcuk'o! fat." Appended
is au altstiact of it.
'It U fasliiouablu to ridicule and de
nounce him, aud to insi-t that he is tho
dire author of leprosy, consumption,
cm tor, ciolul.i, and the most diRgtiPt
iug diseases th.it alllict hmnatiity.
ThU is the teaching of prejudice, not
of science. '1 he hog outlives nil hos
tility, .and laughs, ko to pcak, at the
wmit of Miecces of his slanderers.
Still is tin' recking roast pig the sacri
fice of main a dinner table, and still is
the rural ceiling festooned w ith tavory
saiifagc,and the smokc-houso fragrant
with him. The hog is a I rue cosmop
olite a citizen of the world, lie in
creases and multiplies, and inherits
every part ol the habitable globe.
1 It; i- ns iilmjiiitoux as the bat. lie
does not land in high repute for his
manners, but ho i most accommodat
ing, Ihrii ing w itli iijual content in the
sty of the rich aud tho kitchen of the
indigent, lie wnllows sometimes, but
uuturalisis a that he does this for
the sake of cleanliness', which is next
to godliness for tho same reason that
the l'atiflc Islanders grease themselves.
Among his quaint peculiarities arc his
grunt of atisfaction ami his squeal of
remoustrauceaud reproach. He should
never be fed until he stops his squeal
ing; it i the approed method of
breaking him of tho habit.
"The hog ia the product of nature's
mo''l economical thought. There is no
part that cannot bo utilized. His flesh,
tat, bristle?, hair, hoofs nnd bones are
all turned to account. "Tho divisions
vf his unituoiis body,' sajs Apicius,
arc as familiar as the divisions of the
euth." His ears and feet go to souse.
His bruins arc a choice dih for tho
epicure. His tail has for ages been
claimed by successive ages of children
s their peculiar property. Tradition
points out that to appreciate it roast
m the coals, take in the lingers, nnd
eat without sail. The hog is the stafl
of life, the arch enemy of famiue the
poor man's bet friend. Moreover, in
his earlier daj s, he is strikingly play
fill, frisky, cunning and graceful as
much moro interesting than a human
infiiut of the ame age, as tho latter is
as interesting as so much putly. In
adnlt pighood he is omnivorous and
self-reliant, bold and expeditionary;
and ho breeds faster aud keeps cheaper
than any other domestic animal.
America is pre-eminently the home of
the hog be is a logical dednclion fron
Indian corn. Ho was introduced into
Virginia ia 1C60, and there ho multi
plied 60 rapidly that the colonists were
obliged to palisade Jamestown high
,lo keep est, tbe Indians, and close lo
keep out tho bogs
He eats What is placed before bl,
and never complain of the cooking,
orgrawbrW if ntesleoplng-roow knot
dnvted. He never gossip nor nwa
"s-f oeo "InT 'anysfr few.- lie pt nf
" wHhthe we-aceowniodnlionMkl
iJj kMHCn ipVHfiikJlHnL WfWl VHV
Iff habit taw Mtvtt, uwnfii Mt mm'
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m iimmM'M ummt jwmgim mmm i
WEEDS IN HIGHWAYS.
Hie loiiowmg if, tho recent enact
ment" by the Kansas legislature prc-
sciibingthe duties of road. overseers
in tho mailer of removing weeds from
the public highwaj s. and also prohib
iting the plowing up or roads for the
purpose of polishing rusty mold
Motion- 1. It shall be the duty of
the road overeeers of tho several coun
ties of lliis State to remove, or cause
to bo rcmocd, at least once each jcar.
between the fifteenth day of .Tuue and
the liftecnlh day of July, in tho pub
lic liighwns, all cockle-burs, Itocky
Mountain sand-burs, burdocks, sunflower-,
Canada thistles, and such
other obnoxious weeds a may be in
jurious to the best interests of the
Sjxj. 2. It shall be unlawful for any
person, or persons, to hereafter plow
up the public liighwnjx for the pur
pose of scouring plows, or for any
other purpose, except it bo under the
direction of the overseer of public
highways ; and any person, or persons,
violating the provisions of this section
shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and, upon conviction before
any court having competent jurisdic
tion, shall bo fined fur each and every
oflcusc under this act in a sum not
exceeding ten dollars, nor Ics than
three dollars, with cost of suit.
Suits from $3 to $30.
Pants from $1 to $10,
Latest Stylos of Spring Overcoats
Stetson, Langtry and Opera Hats, in every style and color
White and Fancy Shirts,
Made expressly for me by the best nnnufaclurers in HcV York.
A LargeStock of Trunks and Valieoa.
A Fine Lino of Scarfs nnd Neckties.
And the, bet aorlcd lino of
TJNDBRWKAK, COLLARS AND
Ecr brought lo the town. ,
CALL AND FXAMIXi: MY S10CK.
M. M. FEOHHEIMBB.'
n. T-OMII IU). Jr . l'reslilent.
JAS I.. I.OMIIAltl), Vice-l'rrt't.
I.. I). KIVM:u, Cashier,
UKO. U. M'AIION, Aes't Cashier
1872. n&TAiii.ibiiKi) 1872. 1882.
Snil Krectlngs to all, wishing them o Slerry Christmas ami a liappr, prosperous Naw Ye ar, and
invii inline pumic in TisuniHPinrp during me lion lays, wnorejoti mil unii me (.argent aim
r.et-arraiii;eil Ijroteiy In the city, lilted with MerrthlnR that pertains to his line
Canned Good-tycvci y description, California Goodscheuper than evcrbeforc;
uranges, jcmons, jiaies, rruneues, uiiron, Jjemon reel.
ItAfSTXS CHEAPER THAN DRIED APPLES!
And as line as you ynu eversair.
Sweet Cider, Apple flutter, Jellies, Jams, Prcervcs, Mincemeat, Maple Sugar,
and so many .good lliings it makes us wcarv to enumerate them.
i. HUNDREDS OF POUNDS OF NICE FRESH CANDY.
hsjieclally low prices tj Christmas l'artics.
TO THE CITY TRADE
Wc can only eay that we ran en It yon better thin ever before. Onr growing trade has made It
inri-ss'ir- w run iwo iienvery naRons, anu 11 yongci ynurnnicrs in in reasonable time
there will be no delay in delivering you.-gnods W e aim to lead net er follow.
Our trade Ii greater linn eer before, which shows that the pnblic
appreciates our efforts to Loep up with tho times
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE.
We fell huudreds or pounds every week, and our tri lo has more than quadrupled in this line
Are spoken of far and near a licirg the best. Yon have only to try them to he convinced.
W. S. CORBETT. S7 Main Slrtet.
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G:OLDEN RULE STOR-Bt
(Do unto others as yon would havo them do uatoou.)
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B3STTIKE ISTTW STOGK
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing,
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GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. -
FAIR AND' HONEST DEALING. POLITE SALESMEN:
Call.on us and save Money!
- ' ROYS' BLOCK. DOUGLAS AVBNUB.
ALLEN 4 TUCKER,
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL
Kansas National Bank.
(SUCt'ESSOfj; TO KAItMKIwS'Mr.ItUIIANTa' IIANK.)
1'ays Inta est on Time Deposits,
Loans Money at Loteat Hates,
Imtcs bight Drafts on all parts of Eui ope, '
Buys and Sells Gov't and Municipal Bonds.
Any Amount nf
tTi Hoan on desirable REAL ESTATE-elther TAUM or CITY MOFKRTY.
G5?" Connecticut Rates of Interest. rj)
. L. DYER, f R. II. HOYS, SAM'L HOUCif,
. ilTvrl LEWIsVl'rwidcnt. A. A.
KOBT. E. LAWRENCE.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, - - - - 852,000
Almost every flower has a time for
opening and closing its petals, and a
particular way of doing It. But there
are some flowers that nro regular
clocks, and others nre regular ba
rometers. Tho common i liirk-w ecd Is sensitivo
to cloudy weather ; the pimpcrnal, or
poor man's weather-glass, hangs its
head at the approarh of a storm.
There is n flower called four-o'clock,
which opens at that hour. The morn-
iug glory opens at three o'clock in the
morning, nnd closes about nine or ten
according to its location. The even
ing primroso opens between Ave and
seven o'clock in the evening.
Plants sleep just as animals do.
When tho little marsillia, a water plant,
goes to bed its four leaves meet with a
click that can be heard. Some petals
droop in slumber, and others close
crosswise, whilo a few curl up length
J. P. ALLEN,
J. M. ALLEN,
GEO. E. SPALTON,
JAMES L. LOMBARD,
S. S. KING,
L. D. SKINNER.
Receive Deposits, Male Collections, Buy and Sell Exchange, and trans
act a General Banking Business.
COZROSESaPO ."si XIE3STTS:
JESUP, TATOVJtCO , B2WlilUm5t., K.T NATION" M. ISANK OP MCr.ICA, Chicago.
UI.ACKSTONi: NATION , IIAMv, llnstnn. MKhCIlANTV N'AT'L JtANK, IUmu City.
THE ZEJfi-Z-K; MILLS
Will Grind Your Grist,
WIEBEiAT OR CORN,
"FOB TOLL OI2 C-A.SEC.
J. O. DEAN, Manager.
Agents for Continental Oil Company,
Only coroixny thing the rtent Tinneil Oil
Barrels turrets Iwhts fullno leakiis
Gasoline hy tho Oallcn or Barrel
MIAMA POWDER CO.
So. W Dougtai Aonxu.
J. M. STEELE 1
i v h!
Metallic Burial Cases, Caskets and Coffins.
A correspondent of the Fruit Re
corder who had planted cabbages
whero the hills of corn had missed
discovered that they had not been vis
ited by the worms. He therefore ad
vises persons in sections where the
cabbago worms are destructive to
plant their cabbage iu the fields sur
rounded by corn. The plaut flics fly
low, and consequently arc disturbed,
if not shut out, by tho stalks and
blades of the corn, and the cabbages
escape their visitation and the conse
quent crop of green worms.
A writer in the New York Tlnes
emphasizes the fact that the profit of
the dairyman comes wholly from his
good cons, aud that many a dairy
might be reduced one-half in number
of its rows, and the dairyman make
moro profit than ho may have done
from the whole original number, be
cause one poor row will not only "cat
off lis own head," but will cat ofl that
of another and a better one, too, be
fore it has equalized the profit aud loss
of tho keeping of the two.
Calls promptly attended at all hours day or night, with elegant hearse
wholesale nnd retail
Furniture, Mattresses. Picture Frames, etc., etc.
gyitcpalring done to order on short notice. , ,.
jt tiff i if
-Whnlwnle sml Retail Dealer in-
.)d.i mo Ml 't'jn i m: :
Groceries, Coal Oil,
4 1 . '?
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"Oldest I!m! Esble Agrncjin (be Sonlkcit."
llan a choice lot of
IMPUOVED AND UK1MPUOVED LAND
For sale. ANo Improved and uulmproveil
BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROP
ERTY In the City of Wichita. Cull or write lor
Office Next to Eagle, "lgnol tho
Big Hand." 0-tf
J. O. Davtdsox, Pres B. L. Davidson, Vicc-Prcs. C L. Davidsok, Sec'y.
The Davidson Loan Co.
PAID-UP CAPITAL. $00,000.
Money Always on Hand to Lean on Improved Farms and City Property,
OFFICr' WITH CITIF.NS HANK, Itm, niocL, I
Next to the Mreit Can' nlpnrinm. i
McGRIFF & BUCKERIDGE,
Carriage, Wagon and Blacksmith Shop.
Brick shop opposite Wallace's Impcmcnt Hottc, Douglas Atcuuc.
McQRD?P & BDOKEBIDaE.
Lombard Mortgage Co.,
-IN KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDING.
South-west Comer of Main Street and Douglas Avenue.
COME AND GET KATES, OK TALK LOANS.
GEO. E. SPALTON, Secretary.
Furniture & Carpet Emporium I
109 Douglas Avenue.
SOL. II. KonN, President.
A. W. OUrjtB, Mce-ITcs't.
WALK Kit, Krt. Oshlt r.
WTICHITA NATIONAL BNK,
SCCCE8SOHS TO ,
ORGANIZED IK 18T2. ' ,
SOL. II. KOHN,
M." W. LEVY,
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At ft recent meeting of the New
York Sugar AmocIUob, at Genoa,
rretldcBt Williams said of the eor
ghnm sugar iBdintry ia tbe North:
"Wc are golBg to make a syrup that
Is sBperlor to that of New Orlcaas.
Mea arc cxperimeBtlag all the time to
perfect the process of Baawtfactare. I
expect hi my day 10 tee glaeoM elrln
from oar hemes by a better tmi pwer
So a General Banking, Collecting &, Brokerage Business.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange liought and sold.
U. a. Bonds, of all denominations, bought and sold. ' a
46-tf County, Township and Municipal Bond povght
A. D. WHEELER, r
tU -7 BL . $i
Stwherat stray hats eaa be ferto reel
to their orMmJ.frsshesH by eerwV-
Mf 'IMMI VtUl WWH2 Mm MMaL'WMOtr
Ob)MH ttSml liUmnf
TF v-rf" a r5M4 -l-5 " ':
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A. -. t
HIGHEST MAKKET' PRICE PAID
STAPLE AND FAJSOY GROOEKtES, I
1 1 ' . 'i- H- n ,
CB ' f f - 1S4t
44TAJT 'BBhlWU ft Ji'.X
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tsA ilnronr. tnr H07orrt Knwrlor f !rkTvranTrTr .
CHUTB ,-IM -Ht:
The Pioneer Lumber Man I
Or Ssoawicx Cororrr
E8TARLI8HED IN 1870.
A CampleteStock of Fine Lumber,
8 ASH, Ac.
-klwsyt oa kud
XT' OJSn ltd rrd n ittrkrt Strttt, behttm
Bail Atwe nt Tins Stmt . 4-l
THE LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES,
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
WINDOW CHADES. SHADE FI2TUBES,
Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Mouldings, Mirrors, Picture
Frames, Childrens' Carriages, Boys' Wagons, Etc.
St. Lflits, Fort Scitt ui Witlita
New Short Route
for all lnU In SonMiMUlrrii and 8onlh.ru
hanaaftanil tMonrt, and rurallpolaUKut,
North ami South tla rrt Kcott, Wnl Ia
Knrf aa.'Xorth. XurUiirt ami Sooth
Tta llqna and Iota.
CunnedwDi Mt flith AS Tnin on 9tkr Imi
At Fort Scott. Iota, I'lqoaand Kar.ka 'Rrlnt
a illrwt Ka.l andW ai roallrMagr wilt flail
that thy Hill aar time amlmon.r.aml ainld
ilrlajsntrr night, by frolng thUroat. Onltk
tlmv, low rates, good acconuandationa, dili(laa;
cnnilnrtorj, anl ercrr ftttlltj' offerej for tae
roiurnrt ami eaee of MLwennn.
Oeneral Ticket Aaent
J. W MILLER, Superintendent. t-lf
J. F. LAUCK, E. E. LAUCK.
Atfy-at-tjiw ami NoUry rnblle.
J. F. LAUCK & SON.
J F. Laiiek, iu connection with hie practice
liefer the U. .1. Land Office. Wichita, kaneae,
ami the l) arlmc nt at Waahlnnton, II. i; , he
aswiclaUil with hiniaelf hie ni, K K La ark,
and Ihe Urm hereafter will ilerole IU time and
attention to unlit buelneu. and. In addition
thereto, engage In tbe real-estate lmilneu, the
IhijIik and celling or farm, and cltT nropertr,
the muting ami leailnaror the tame, lb collec
tion or rents and the payment or Ulri fornnn
reeldcnLi, the rurnlabtngor ahetraeta of title,
etc , and ibo loaning of money
FARMS FOR SALE AND RENT
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR
SALE AND RENT.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST
RATES ON LONG TIME.
If yon want tn bny, tell, trade, rent t borrow
money, or acquire title to U. a. Land., (Ire a a
call and your bnalnee will recelTe prompt at
tention at our band.
i.V LAUCK A SON.
loom No. 2 oppo.lte V. S. Land Offlce, Com
mercial Itlork, Douglaa are. Wichita, Kanuu.
Augtiat Wth, lrw. st-IJ
48 MAIN STREET.
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
(DciincV old jnnl, nenr Depot,)
LUMBER,' S.ASH, DOORS,
Manufarttircrs of tho cc!elirati-l
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
Ninety-seven per cent, pure Lime. Two liarreli nil! j;oiih far as three fo
any other Mme. ' '
Lonisvillo Cement, ICcMgan Plaster and Hair, always en hand.
Hacker and Jackson,
-Handle all the
BEST GRADES OF COIL
OrfAUIC CITY SHAFT,
COLD Mil US VALLEV SIIAtT,
Markettreel, South of Dongta Avenue,
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AIm jobbers to
NoMi VovgUs, AresnM.
KIMMERLY k ADAMS,
At the Old Stand of Bissantz & Butler, on Doufjlae Avenus. No
107, you will And
Willi the bout, cheapest, largest nm. .hicst :Lor(cl stock oi SUolf ntu Monvy
. .EARDWARE,: , .
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Having lately rc-stockcl with New GocmI of the best quality 'it in!' up treat
' . ' designs
Stoves and Kitchen UtcniiU, Tin, Sheet Iron anil Coppcrwarc, Steel anil Iron.
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WAGON WOOD WORK, &o .
' BEING A PRACTICAL TINNER himself, and Bmployia aoae
bat Skilled Workmen, he is always willing and ready to ezeonte
All Kind of Job Work on Short Notice.
-All KInda ot-
Btock Bought and Sold. Monoy nJ
vanoed on Stock.
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AU WarcSCaaafaetared Uader Jw Sapcrvialon, & Warraated as represeaUd
ALBERT & DIETER
BRICK AND STONE.
Oo all kinds of Xaspa Work.
AUo agesta far
Cowley County Flag
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