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iUBSCRHTJOX TWO ROIXaUS IX AIlVAKCC.
Iimt nRuilij auk miktrea CSei lxfat'lBtnili(
THE FASTEST POSSIBLE TROTTING.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
BISHOP COLK, Proprietor!.
HOUSE WORK A SPECIALTY.
-i. Wellington, Kanaa.
How fait will tlic fastest possible
trotter go? What is the highest speed
that can he obtained by the Aincricau
trott'iux hop-c for a distance of one
Tlioc arc questions which two wcll
knou u M-icntific men, Prof. William II.
Itrrw er, of Connecticut, and Mr. Frau
ds E. Xiiihcr, of Miesouri, have lately
endeavored to auswer in three papers
contributed to the American Journal
of Science. The first of these articles
by I'rof. ISrewcr appeared in April.
The contributions of Mr. Xiplicr are
published in the number for July and
I'rof. Urcu cr publishes a table fallow
ing the number of trotting horses that
have attained or Mirpa-cd various
rates of fcpeed ranging from 230 to
J:ll for a scries of years extending
from 1843 to 1881.'. From this table it
appears that in 1813 there was only
one bor.-e that had trotted a mile in
2:30 or better; in 1853 the number had
increased to 14; hi 18C3 to 59; iu 1873
to 37C; iu 1682 to 1,081 The table al
so shows that up to 1682, 495 horses
had trotted a mile in 2:25 or better;
275 in 2:23 or better; 15C iu 2:21 or
better: CO in 2:19 or better; 18 in 2:17
or better, and 8 in 2:15 or better. "I
leac it to mathematician,' said I'rof.
IJrencr iu M-furuncc to this table, "to
plot ibc turves uhkh immediately
suggc-t thcinchci to determine how
l.id horses ulll ultimately tiot and
when thin iii.iximuui will be readied "
Mr. Xiphcr has undertaken the task
Unix suggrtcd. His Iimt conclusion
iijh that the maximum speed to which
tlir American trotting horse will cou
daiitl) approximate, but neer reach,
is one mile in 92 second-, or 1:32. He
nlo oiiclmlca that the time of the
trotting Iiopm! will be reduced to uitli
iu one M'coiid of thin ligurc3C0 jears
alter the )cnr 18C0; that ii to say in
theje.irol our Lord 2220 Mr. Xiphcr
does not claim absolute precision for
bis reult-,and sas that the maximum
speed m:i poibh be as great as 100
second. In (he course of Icnjcars,
however, he think the limit cm be
fixed with actiuacy, mid he is quite
sure that cwnliialh the maximum
liced of trotting anil I mining horses
w ill diiler In only a few seconds.
In his last article Mr. Xiphcr states
that be had made a ucw calculation by
tiiatliem.itic.il instead of graphical
method", and ha- thus obtained 91
seconds, iu-tcad of 93 seconds, as the
must probable figures for the mini
mum time of hotting n mile. The
piobable error of Ibis value, he says,
is not over four seconds, and it is not
liki ly that the .miming horse will cut
his record down by live seconds, so
that it is probable the trotter will li
uallv surpass the miming horse.
It this prediction is verified, the in
habitants of the I'liited Slates in the
twentj-thiid centiiiy will have horses
that cm g t over the ground by means
"t nu arlilirhl gait faster than by a
natural gait. We believe all writers
agiee that miming is natural to
lnu-.es, vi bile lust trotting is not. Mr.
Xiphi i stato, however, as a well
known fat thattsonic herds of wild
horses on the plains were natural
paiers, mi fast and steady that they
neaily preserved their pacing gait
even when pin sued by the best run
ning hoise. Ho speaks of one large
w Idle Texas ptu er that could never be
riught. New YoikSuti.
The best baton is made from pigs
wbidiwill not weigh more than 125
pounds when dressed. The rashers
or strips lor the bacon arc cut length
vviseoir the pig and about half of the
sides are used. The portion next to
the backbone is latter and lacks in
niii-clc, and is not so good on this ac
count. When baton is made from
small pigs those weighing less than
100 pounds the vv bole of the sides are
u-eil. Ketl and bhtk llcrkshirc hogs
make the best bacon because they have
thu large-t proportion of loan meat.
Six pounds of salt and four ounces of
saltpetre should be used for 100
pounds of meal. Five pounds of
brown sugar may also bo used or two
quarts of niolas-c-. If the bacon is
ciiicd iu a baircl, the salt, saltpetre
and sweetening should be mixed and
apoitiini sprinkled on the bottom of
the barrel, and some nlso between the
lav ers of the meat and on the top, and
water enough after the meat is packed
dosely put on to cover it. In u month
I be meat will be ready to smoke. Too
much smoke will color the meat and
give it a rank taste. Another way to
cure baton is to rub the above mix
tuicon tho ilcsh side of the strips of
bacon and then pile up one piece above
another and let tho mixture strike in.
Atlcr three daj s rub agaiu and pile up
as bclore. A week after rub again
and pile it up, putting the llcsh side
up every time. The mixture should
bo divided into three equal parts, to
provide for the several rubbings. At
tho end of a month tho meat will be
ready for smoking, or before if the
salt has all struck iu ami the surface
lias become periectly dry, which is an
indication. After smoking, tho rash
ers should be sow ctl up iu bugs made
of cotton cloth and hung up in a dry,
tlark place. If the bag arc white
washed on tho outside nil the better,
as this will keep the worms out.
Xew York Tribune.
DB. E. H. BROWN!,
South tide DougU avenue, near the
bridge. Treata all kind of diseases ani
mals are subject to. Come and see me.
Well Boring and Drilling
FromnUr don In Scdxwick and surronndlnc
eounlle. Artesian walls mads and proapectior
dnti. f4.tl.r- tlni fln.rantAAd Tvalra ..'
experience. Outfits for sals. Address
Orltav orders with II. A. Saylaa, dealer In
puni, etc., uougta Avenue,, vviemia, Han
Contractor. Carpenter and Joiner.
Will do all kinds of Carpenter and Joiner
woia on snort nouce. stairs, stair uamco.
Sas Doors, Blinds, Door and Window frame,
(J Shop, IU Main Street Bealdene on
Lawrence atssiw near Ceartal ; l'o.t-offlc
box 217. -"
O. B. STOCKER.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL TLASTEEINO,
All parties dealrlnr work In -ny .111
ear o.dcrs at J. I. Allen's I) rug store,
gy Country Work Solicited.
20 acres Id sec. 31, twp 23, r. 2e,Gyinm twp,
3, a i ion 1W1!
CURE FOR TEXAS FEVER.
Mr. John It. Uoxic, of Williamson
count), Texas, claims to have discov
ered an antidote for Texas or Spanish
lever. For soinu years past he has
out large numbers of thoroughbred
Shorthorn and Hereford cattle to his
farm for breeding purposes, and claims
that 6lno he commenced using the
remedy he has not lost a single animal
The following is his own report, and
lie is Mid to be in every respect a reli
able man :
"I give each animal n dose of bella
donna upon the tirst appearance of
fever. This usually comes about a
mouth after the stork reaches Texas;
but not infrequently sis weeks, or
even two months, pas before they
rIiow sigus of the disease.
"Almost every month of the jcarl
have sent cattlcto Williamson county,
and since I began using belladonna
have lost none during the the acclima
tization. Xor do I fear I will lose any
so long as I use the drag. I give from
a tcaspoouful to a tablespoonful at a
dose, the age of the animal and the
condition of the fever regulating the
size of tho dose. I have never needed
to give more than three doses to any
animal and often one dose is enough.
"It should be given clear and not
raised with other matter. Soon after
takiag the dose, the animal will throw
ap a white froth which will be quite
warn, almost at fever heat in fact, bat
uo WB comet from that."
AH iaterestcdln the matter of iHtro
Oucteg the best breeds of cattle iuall
parts of ,the couBiry wQl be sfatosrelT
Til gt &ee th waieayirs.fr estab.
Bib if, by fH experimeat, as a sot-
nissasM la aM eases where eatUeare
1 atlarwa by Baaalsh hent, or as a are-
1U) acres tn sec. St, twp. 23
Itoacren in sec. in, iwp.is, r. ze, oyiMuraiwui
ICO acres In sec. !M, twp. '."J, r. lw, Ohio twp.
ldO acres In sec. 30, twii. zti, r. w. Krle twp
A.11 of the above land, will be sola Iurca.li.lol
on time at S per cent Intereston jayment ef one
ttumca.n. a wxy manviu tiarvton any oj in.
An enenretlc man can luTest the proceeds of his
cn) In U. i ir cents In three jears and lire
(a .1111 vu me iniff.vsb.
Harris & Harris.
Office same building with U. S. Ind Office.)
Globe Iron Works.
Douglas Ati , 8 blocks tut of Frsight Dipot.
FARIES & FLAGG, Proprietors.
Make all kinds of Iron k Brut Castings.
Mirliiner) of all LinJi Impaired on Short Notice.
C3 Cn-li raid lor old Ilrass A Iron Castings
CLIPS HOUSES IS THE ATI OK COUMuT.
t3T OAiro at Ids Sai.h, Door and Illlnd Manu
factory, ou the HMt side of alaln street, uorth
oftlieorclilentalllotel, Wichita, Kansas. 41!-
0. G. JACOBS,
VALLEY CENTER, KAN8A8.
Msjor hhrlreuham at the head.
Choice I'lgs for rale.
KJ- A lew
Bridles, Collars, Wb'pt
And ererythlng kept In a well stocked Uarue
I am scUIsk goods as low as the lowest for cash.
N Kepalrlng promptly done.
Cl.EAIHVATKB .... KANSAS.
K. W. LA88KLL, OkaR Sir : It affords
me groat pleasure to speak In the highest
terms of the value of your AH-IIealiog Bal
aam ai a medicine that should be In c ery
family. Being afflicted with pain In my
back aud bat log the kidney complaint, I
was induced by your agent, . Vaogundy,
to purchase and try a bottle of your All
Healing Ualum. I took the medicine ac
cording to directions, and now, having us
ed It for the past three or four weeks, I find
myself relieved entirely from the pain In
my back, and my kidneys no longer afford
me any trouble. I have no hesitation In
sajlng that one bottle of medicine, for
which I paid fifty cents, is the best Invest
ment I ever made In my life. I heartily
commend your AlMlcaling Balsam to the
public, as being just what you represent It
to be, and good for all the ailments set
forth in our circulars. Yours, 4c,
Clarion-, Kans., April 30th, 1883. Ttt
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
Corner of Emporia arena and William street,
south of Douglas arsnue.
Tn full particulars Inquire at Conservatory.
Market Street, South of Douglas ATeaue,
All Kinds of
Stock Bought sBd Sold. Money
vafcood on Stock.
ill tk Latot Stylo if GMi,
(ST In order to make room for Fall Goods, soon to arrive, we shall, for the next thirty days,
iMIATC-F 1 1 M rT?RV I4!l s-m-NTTTiTn-nT ,T LOW FRIOEISI
On ererythlng in the way of
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, and Furnishings'
- T Remember we deal in Men's and Boys' wearing apparel only, thereby giving you advantages in prices and
f j ? i
-assortment you cannot obtain in stores where small or mixed stocks are carried. We have made changes throughout
our entire building, and now have the largest building devoted exclusively to the Clothing business iu the State.
Our rooms are lighted by thirty-four windows and one hundred and one lamps. Come in and see us, whether you
arc ready to buy goods or not.
We are selling Worsted Dress Suits at $14.00; elsewhere, $18.00. , ' , A.
Business " 12.00; " 16.00.
Working ;"t 6.00; " 8.00. '
Odd Coat 0.00; " 6.60.
We are selling Odd Pants 26 per cent cheaper than elsewhere.
" " " " Vests from 26 cents upward.
" Boys' suits from $2.60 "
" " " Children's suits from 1.76 upward.
C Wo are selling everything 25 per cent cheaper than other houses, not that we do business without profit,
but because wp buy our goods in case lots direct from the factories, nnd that accounts for the difference in prices.
Give us a rail and we'll save on money.
Keystone Clothing House.
ri vft 38
H. J. HARDING,
WHOI.KSAI.E AM) UETA1L
BOOKSELLER AND .STATIONER,
14 MAIN STREET, WICHITA.
Our citv is jrrowhiK morn rapidly than over before iu its hislory,
and, in order uot to be lea behind the times, I have made greater preptfrfl
tioiis llinn cer before for tlic Spring Trade.
am vow prepared to show a Complete Line of
PAPER 131 JL2sTC3-ZIsra-S!
OF AM- fi-lADES, FROM THE
CHSAPEST WALL F-A-FEIZl
ifiietest jTtm dec qir, A.Tioisrs
For Public and Private Jiooms of all kinds.
By long experience and careful Mudy, as a specialty, of artistic decora
ting, and with the aid of an experienced wall-paper man from New ork, I
nin confident of being able to do better wrk than can be done in this patt
of the State.
HEAVY CUT ON MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
ricmvi: tipup HASF.ItAT.I. fiOODS. CROOUET AND LAWN
TENNIS HAMMERS, ETC.
fiST One Price, and ahvas the Lowest, asltcill not be undersold.
Metallic Burial Cases, Caskets andj Coffins.
Calls promptly attended at all hours day or night, with elegant hearse Also
wholesale anil retail
Furniture, Mattresses. Picture Frames, etc., etc.
gy Bepairiug done to order on abort notice.
109 Douglas Avenue.
n. c. -wiLSOisr so oo:,
(Successors to Wilson & Toms,)
OP SO?- X.OT7IS, MISSOTJEI,
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
or Short Time.
Money ae Sight, Commission Very Low.
We have connected
In detail Buy, Sell & Exchange Western property for Eastern, and vice versa
Call on or addresB
M. L, GARVER.
Manager of the Wichita Branch, WICHITA, KANSAa
Office ou Main street, first stairway north of P. O-
4A9. L. LOMHARP, VIon-lTfS't.
L. D. SKINNER, Cashier,
GEO. K. 81'AI.TON, Ats't Cssliler
' Kansas State Bank.
Paid-uo CaDital. - - - - $52,000
J. P. ALLEN,
J. M. ALLEN,
GEO. E. SPALTON,
JAMES L. LdMBARD,
B. LOMBARD, Jr.,
L. D. SKINNER.
Receive Deposits, Make Collections, Buy and Sell Exchange, and trans
act a uenenu jtatiKtng nutinc.
COKBESBO N I3j323"1?S:
A. D. WHEELER,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY
PRODUCE, CASH OR TRADE.
HAVE EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND
IN A FIRST-CLASS GRO
(viotih jd:bi:e.x-u-:eueubx) a?o jlux. i.AJRrrs ojb
yCor. Doughw and Lawrence Avea., opposite Smith & Keating's, la the
SOL. H. EOHN, Pnthtmt
A. W. OUVXR, Vlfrna't.
If. W. IJCTT. CuUtt.
C. A. WALKBR, Aast. Qtttl.r.
WrICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
WICHITA BJLIK. .
t t M I 'JfJ.iS 0
. . . . .. -. ' m.i -k i-1' i . I
St a omniMauas, wuw ,
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
III the city total
Where will ! 1 foniul a
Large Slock of
PARTS, MLS, WHITE LEAD,
HXED PART, TARNISHES,
TOW! CUSS, PDTTT, ETC.
Wi alio keep on hand a
Large Stock of
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUKRT,
SHOULDER BRCES, CHEST PROTECTORS,
SPOMES, SOAPS, TRUSSES, Elf, Etc.
IWe also rrcfirc direct from the m.ianrnctnrrra
r Patent Medicines.
You will therefore get no counterfeits or Imi
tations hi bujliiff from us.
To our many frle-niW who havefaTorfdns -with
Uielr patroDMKfl fur tbe last thirteen year w
tender our sincere thanfca, ami to those with
whom It has not ben our goo'l fortnne to'denl,
we would bay that by Kirinjcnsa trial we will
guarantee good, jtooxls and perfect sail fact ion
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED
The Bargest Stock of Clothing!
HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Ever Brought to Wichita-
Saint Louis and San Francisco
OF WICHITA, KANSAS.
Main Street, opposite the Post-office.
Capital, - "- - $100,000
C. L. DAVIDSON,
W. E. STANLEY,
S. L. DAVIDSON,
R. S. CATES,
J. O. DAVIDSON.
The capital stock of the bank It one hundred thousand dollars, sixty thousand dollars nr which
Is owned hy New England capitalists and tarings banks who represent orer Un million dot-
uo a general banking business We shall endearor to transact all business entrusted to us in a
avnuT. j ...... nugiwiuuiiNMtuw mm Mtfiugs imwm wuu represent over
lara, jrlTing the Institution a backing equal to any hanking house in the State.
The bank will receive deposits, buy and sell foreign and domestic exchange.
Don't be Humbugged by Plate Glass & Frescoed Ceilings
-for which you have to pay ont of , your pockets, by, paying fancy prices,
BUT GOTO A RELIABLE HOUSE
That it satifiel lo soil goods at a living profit, anil
Guarantees to Sell Goods Lower than the Lowest,
As I am connected with one of the Largest Clothing Manufacturers in
Cincinnati, ami therefore hae the advantage overall my competitors.
M. M. FECHHEIMBR.
SHORTER T1IAX AVTOTHKU ROCTK BK
TWKEN Wichita and Saint Louis.
make loans, arnl
mannrr, ami on terms, satisfactory to our customers, and solicit a share of the public a-
J. O. DA riDSOS. rrttidrnt.
H. X. ItAVIDHOX, riee-Frtt't.
JOH.V C. ltJUlST. Cathitr.
C. J.. DAVIDSON, Srrrrlarti.
"W". S. CORBBTT,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
No. 27 MAIN STKEET.
Hare a large Assortment of
COFFEE, TEAS, AND FANCY GROCERIES.
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Largest Aassortaent of Fine Dried Fruits in the City.
California Canned Goods of all kinds, Paragon Axle Grease, Machine Oil,
Grass Seeds, Etc., Etc.
Our aim is to aeep everything in our line, and that Unit-class , ami to always represent
good Jnst as they are. Country and city trade solicited. All goods delivered promptly to
au; park ui me city.
"W. S. COEBETT
Kansas National Bank.
(successors to farmers' a merchants' rank.)
Pays Interest on Time Deposits,
Loans Money at Lowest Rates,
Issues Sight Draft on all part of Europe,
Buy and Sells Gov't and Municipal Bonds.
Any Amount of
To Loan ou desirable REAL ESTATE -either FARMS or CITY PROPERTY.
Connecticut Rate of Interest. gfl
J. L. DYER, K. II. ROYS, SAM'L HOUCK,
II. W. LEWIS, President. A. A.
ROBT. E. LAWRENCE.
THE! ZEFSlTie, MILLS
Will Grind Your Grist,
WHEAT OR CORN,
FOB TQTiXi OB
J. O. DEAN, Manager.
1 1 -
&a tfi - 'a
V" "' " ..
PHTIAL;LBT Of FUOm
CwpandSmoer,prMt . - -Cwp
and Smum, White QnmUt, ftr mi,
Brmkfmt PUtm, WkUe GnmiU,ftr M,
Bnmtfa PUtm, Whim Grmmitt.ftrte,
Bol White Qrmite,hmy-pit, -Bowii,
What Grmite,pimt, - - -Bowl,
White artmtlethm)rimt, - -
MUkldTimt' Z '. I I I
JIN XWI) BtWg m
GimmSeU, , - -, - ' " -GlmmSm.
Mkj.saM W,AmMmm ftmmmmm mmmml.
tllPlltff Mmme Mmmw Wfmmm
afe.fo 6 00
ALLEN & TUCKER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Agents for Continental Oil Company,
OulyconiiKinj h1iir Hie Patent Tinnnl OU
Barrels. llnrreN ulnars fiillnolt-ilari..
Gasoline by the Gallon or Barrel,
MIAMA POWDER OO
So. 'n Douglas Autnut.
The Pioneer Lumber Man!
Or SaDOWICK Codntt
KSTAItLISIIKI) IN 1S70
A Complete Stock of Pino Lumber,
S3" Office end Vard on Mtrlrt Strrtl, lilirren
Dougtai Atrnve and Firtl Strrtt C1-tl
Mnnurfic tuivrs nn. U alera In
Harness & Saddles,
No.'lffl Dongtn Avenue,
Hacker and Jackson,
BEST GRADES OF COAL
OSAOE CITY' SHAFT,
COLUMBUS VALLEY SHAFT.
Douglas Ave. Steam Laundry,
NORRI8& MARKS, Props.
All Work Dom lo Order at' Reasonable Ralei.
Ct Tiro floors east of Douglas Aran Hotel,
J. O. Davidson-, Prci. S. L. Davidson. Viio-1'rc. C. L. Davidson", Sec'y.
The Davidson Loan Co.
THROUGH IXPBX2S T1AIHS
-a.ke xaxnsr T3a.tx.-z:
NO CHANGE OF CARS
500 000 ftJbriaiSB,Sf SS
O- For full and particular Inrormatloo.wlth
mape, tlme-taelea, ralhi.etc .call upon orad
dre.e aoy ofonr ttatioa afenU. or either of the
O. W. CALK, Clen'I Frelglit Act . I
i u'iiiiiiim r ., :T I
Temple UuUdlnr. St. Louie. Mo
l. UlSIIAirr. Ren'l I-... A..
J, vr uin.El, VlreIr'l . .t C.mn'l U.r,
St. Louts, Fort Scstt anil Widuta
Honey Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farms and City Property.
OFKHF WITH CITI7KNS IS VK, Uiw lllocL,
ext to the Crest C aret eniiioriniii.
McGRIFF & BUCKERIDGE,
Carriage, Wagon and Blacksmith Shop.
Brick Miop opposite Wallncc' Inipciiicnt Hnti-e, Douglas Avenue.
McQRIPP & BUCKERIDQE.
Lombard Mortgage Co.,
2SHE3-W 3H:OIla, eotjte
FKOV AND Tl)
An.l Sonth eaetern ami itonthern
KANSAS AND MISSOURI
Ami all point east, north ami eonlh, tl
n-IN KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDING.
,South-ircit Comer of Main Stieel and Douglas Areuue.
COME AND GET KATES, OR TALK LOANS.
GEO. E. SPALTON, Secretary.
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
THE LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES,
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
WINDOW SHADES. SHAD3 FISTTJBES,
Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Mouldings, Mirrors, Picture
Frames, Childrens' Carriages, oys' Wagons, Etc.
Boss Block, opposite F. 0.,
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY!
(Deanc's old yanl, war Depot.)
LUMBER,, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH.
Manufacturer of tho rclelifalnl'" T '
'MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
NiiiPlv-Bcveu per rent, pure Lime. Two Iarrch will 'o .19 far a three fo
any ,otlicr Lime.
Louisville Cement, Michigan Plartcr and Hair, always on hand.
At tho Old Stand of Bissantz & Butler, on iJouglaB Avonact. No.
107, you will find
Willi the Iie9t, cheapest, largest ami Hnest assorlril xfoVk of Shelf ami llovy
Having lately re-stocked willi New Good? of the hc-at quality and newest
Stores and Kitchen Utensils, Tin, Sheet Iron and Copperware, Steel and Iron.
WAGON WOOD WORK, &C.
BEING A PRACTICAL TINNER himself, and Employing none
but Skilled Workmen, he is always willing and ready to execute
All Kinds of Job Work on Short Notice.
KIMMERLY k ADAMS,
I : m PUelar Pliant ami luHilnr
All Ware Maaafaclnred Under his Supervision, & Warranted as represented
0 .Customers will ted this House a Square-Dealing Place at
Lowest Prices. Drop in when you wast any Goods is this line
48 Miles Hie borteiit Line lo SL Loulf.
4 Mile tlie Sbortut Line to Chlcio.
t'uDiiff I'mn Made With All Tranw on Other Roidi
At Fort S)tt, IoIb, riqua, Uiire km, t Pormilo.
nml W Ichltn, for th north, foiitli, .Mt ftDtl
in,(h tiiuDf tun t biitd, numi mux uiiuiiviiiiiiu.
nlillicInK conductora, ml t.tjt facllltr aff.nl!
lor tue conuori mnu r we 01 pajttvng.rt
.1. V. MIM.KIt.
C.Q'l l'au. JtTlck.t A(l.
Unequaled Fast Time!
Ohio & Miss. Railway
Fran St. Loais ta All Palais Eut
Tli O X M. R'y I now running Pilar Slop
ing Cam 'Wltluiiit Chang fr mi St Inls In
10 Hours to Louisville,
10 Hours to Cincinnati,
30 Hours to Washington,
31 Hours to Baltimore,
38 Hours to New York.
V hours th rjulektiit to LouUvllI ami Cin
cinnati. 7 hours th qnlrknt to Wuhlna-ton
S hour th qnlckMt to Daltlmor.
Kipial rani tim with othrr lln. U .V.w Vork,
ami without riiang orcara.
4 DAILY TRAIN H ta
CINCINNATI and LOVMriLLB
With thorough dar ran, parlor cars ami pal
are .If rj.lnjf eoachn.
THE OHIO MISSISSIPPI R'Y
hnow running a
DOUBLE DAILY LINE!
Palace Sleeping Coaches
r'rnm St. I-on! to N.w Tork wllhont rhang.
larlni; on Morninir Kjir tlm th H. A O.
It. n , ami on Krtnlng Klnrm, Tla N. . I..
E W.R It.
X3 NothsiiKooftari foraojrclaof pawtn
gr Flr.t and irrondlaa iaanffra ar all
carrllon futexprM trala,onlatlnfforpat
ar alrtplnz ram, clricant iiarlor eoarJiM in
Th onlr lln 1T which you ran rrt thronib
rarit from St. IuU tn Cincinnati wltbonl par
ing extra far In addition tomonj jald lor
tor ticket, rat, or anj particular InPirma
tlon, rail on ticket ant of connrctlnir line.
Went, N"rth-wet and Month-writ, In It. Krinl
at lul & lit! V. fourth Street.
w w rEAnonr, w.ii.siiattl'c,
Cen'I Hanaictr, (,'en'l Paia'r Agt.
t; I). DAroV, Oen't We.tera Pa'r Alt.,
thrto, enzaft In th r.al-ital Inula, U
DajinKawiMiiisiror larm awl eiiy prspcrir,
th r.ntlng and lataa of th aaroc, th collrc-
WICHITA BUSINESS COLLEGE.
For the reception of jnwpiltin
Penmanship and Double Entry Bookkeeping.
tt-duc . C FXNXAN8HZP, Court of 15
Tfc.KMb . I BOOKKXEPLNG; Cenneef S
ALBERT & DIETER
BRICK AND STONE.
Do kit kind of Hue Work.
corrjsrnrsrz' wobk so
Also cB(a tar
Cowley County Fla-gforSidwaD
J. V. I.AUC'K, E. E. LAUCK.
All'r-at-Ijiw and .Votary fiibllr.
J. F. LAUCK & SON.
J r.tjuick. In eonnctlon with hi practlc
L.fcr lb V. M. Land Ofllc. Wichita. Xanwu,
awl th Ipartment at Waahlntton, V. C, baa
auMM-laUd wlthtbUaxir hi on, K. K. Lanck.
anil th firm hraftr will dTot it tlm and
atuntloo to said bala, and, In addition
tlonofrpnU and tipajmnt oftai for non
reildcnU. th roralihlna'or abatractl of till.
tic.. , and th loanlngormon.r,
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 rou want to bur. Mil. trad, raat i borrow
money, or anjulr title to D. 8. Land, fir at
call and your bojln will rclr prompt at
tention at our band.
J. T. LAUCK SOU.
Boom Ko. S 0Dtlt U. 8. Land Oak. Coan-
swrelal Kloek, liongla ar. Wichita, Kaaaa.
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