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ACBSCBimOX T O D0LLAI1S IX ADVANCE.
FATTEN THEM YOURSELF.
If there is any money to be made
raising cattle at all, it will pay to carry
them through the last or fattening
process. The framework U the hard
est to erect. It takes more time to
complete It than it docs to give the
finishing touches. More of the valu
able minerals of the earth enter into
. the construction of the frame than it
takes for the formation of fat. There
is a greater expense in the first stages
of growth, for the return in flesh, than
in the last, and yet the price that can
be had when the ago of fattening ar
rives docs not accord with this fact.
When grown and in n poor condition,
a profitable price cannot bo obtained
for the animals. Xor arc they worth
near so much per pound for beef. A
Mcrr in a rather poor condition that
weighs 1,200 pounds will scarcely make
COO pounds of meat, whiloono that is
well fed and weighing 1,700 pounds
will dress nearly 1,000 pounds. In the
oue case the Ios is one-half; in the
other ihcolfel is inuclilcns proportion
ately. The difference in value to the
butcher is by no means a email one.
Poor cattle make poor beef. So it is
little wonder that butchers give hut a
low price for Mich animals, or some
times rcfiie to buy them at all.
The uusalablcncRS of unfattcned cat
tle to butchers gives us a class of mtn
know n as Mod: feeders.' Thcc feed
ers buy up as many catlle that arc
Miitnblc lor feeding as they can gel.
They buy them because there is monry
in feeding. If there is a gain in fat
tening many, there fchotild be some
profit in .1 lets number. You may
think it will not p-iy to feed two or
three head. Hut why did ou not
think of this before? The care you
havj bestowed on the slcers tlni- far
i paid for but nantily. In fattening
there is a double gain. You get paid
for cadi pound added in weight, while
the iilne. per pound is alo Increased.
Another object which Miould receive
due weight in fai or of feeding at home
is the fining of manure. 'I'hif is no
(-light consideration. Tor if eterv
thing rai-ed is hauled away from the
fields and nothing returned, the soil
will miiiii oc ifs ilalilc. Manure
from lorn is one of the riihet-t and
hliuulil be carefully saed. The sccr
al aings when aggregated appear
larger. J )on't get diecouragcil because
jou hare not a whole herd to feed. If
iho number is t-inall take that much
belter care of them. A fortune can
not be gained in fit lining a few cattle,
but experh nee can be gained. Exper
ience is worth money. It wilt teach
ou lo fallen well, and as more pride
is taken in seeing fine cfleels of feed,
as well as leeching benefits t herefrom,
it will leach jou lo fatten them your
self. Iowa Ifonicttcad.
Farmers, Mechanics, Day Laborers, Lawyers, Doctors. Students.
Ladies, Misses, and Everybody,?
Call at the
The Immense Stock of New Goods
Offered at such LOW PRICES never before heard of in Wichita.
An Elegant A&ortment of
staple- Dry Goods! -fancy.
Newest St left, Ilcst FHtiug, Heal Materia), for Men, 15o8, ami Children.
At n recent sale of farming Mock in
Gloucester, England, the auctioneer
gave the following extempore descrip
tion of a good cow :
In her sides, lirlRlit In lier etc.
1st her legs. Ililn In lirr Illicit..
MfftalMf Mhttldeln Iter ln.
kMIMn. email In her uhln.
Ami timMrtttMl la HaW lier ivill
offWMWrMfifeut for the walnut, XtCQil
' J9 W-7. 'tfWb.
A correspondent of-
(Jitlthiilor writes as follow;
above interesting subject:
"I desire to remind farmers of tlio
asoand surety with which nut-bcar-
trecs maj- be grown, simplj- bj1
cisc of care and forethought
limiting of seed for their
"his is the proper time
t for the walnut,
tlio oakrfaMM4ML-bc:iriu!r varie
ties. llicnMHBMWJliRse trees
would add so iflSSSMpHhyAluc, as
well as in fruit p
throughout the conn"
farmer should determine
the good work,
"Since these, trees grow with a
tap-root that makes it difficult an
etcn hazardous to propagate bj' trans
planting, both economy and liecessilv
dirtato the planting of heeds or nuts
in Mich spots as are designed for the
permanent locition of the future trees.
Tlio autumn is the proper season for
such planting. If for anj' reason the
grounds cannot be prepared for the
planting until spring, the nuts or
acorns or whatever the eed maybe,
can bo kept oxer nafcly by the excrcitc
of proper cam in preventing them
from becoming dry, and by such ex-
re that they will receive the nee-
ion from the winter's frosts.
, according to mj
read the nut 8
on the ground to
three inches and givo the
covering of brush or slraw. At
proper time in the spring plant them
out where it is desired to hae them
"On Iho other hand, if the wort is
to bo done in tlio fill, plant in straight
rows wllh an occasional stake to show
the location and to aid in finding the
tho rows for tho firt tillage in iho
spring, w hen the marks of planting
may have been obliterated bj- time.
When planting the mils in a black aud
heavj Koil, cover with light, sandy
loim. A load of the latter will cover
tho plantings for an acre. Thus cov
ered, tho rows could rcadilj' be dis
cerned in the spring. Such soil used
for covering will not settle materially
mil thus retard the
f the oung trees
few years of growth
10 trees should receive about the
same tillage required in tho culture
of corn. With such treatment such
varieties of timber will grow quite
fasi-wjiiavo walnut trees of my own
pldHBMJect high, white oaks
SHOES &c BOOTS.
The most serviceable and easy fitting. Warranted not to rip.
Wc have in stock now the largest and most varied assortment of well-made
CLOTHING! -I- CLOTHING!
For Men, Boys and Children
Overcoats, Ulsters, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Boots, Shoes,
All Grades and Styles Ever Shown in this Valley.
Rfir in lVTinrl I ,,mt aU our Sods arc &" by long experience, from first hands only, and upon honest
utcn in ivxiuu. comparison, Quality always considered, you will find our prices lower than elsewhere.
We have for sale the following useful articles, suitable for
" Holiday Presents!"
Fancy Carriage Robes,
Silk Dress Hats,
Sole Leather Traaks
Fancy Half Hose, Silk Mufflers, Buffalo Overcoats, Gents.' Jewelry, Smoking Caps, Beaver Gloves,
Fine Sachels, Kid Mitts, E. & W. Collars and Guffs, Fur Collars.
(gf Our goods are all marked in plain figures, and evcrj- article guaranteed as represented, and we have but
OUST-E PRICE TO ALL.
ZBITTIJSTG- BROS, 108 Douglas Avenue.
II. C. Dnxs.
ARKANSAS VALLEY FENCE CO.
Frye's Combination Farm, Garden, Corral, and Ornamental Fencing.
It is strong, durable, cheap, pig-tight, hore-high, bull-proof; guaran
autecd lo hold any stock, and costs 1.100 Ic.s per mile than the plank fence.
DILLS & SODERSTROM, Proprietors.
Factory at No. C3 Main St. . -V. A. SAYLES, Agent.
LIVINGSTON, CUEN0D & CO.,
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERED GOODS.
OF WICHITA, KTA3STSA.S.
Main Street, oiposite the rout-office.
W. E. STANLEY,
O. Ii. DAVIDSON,
S. L. DAVIDSON,
The capital Mtock or Iht tank Is one IninJrwl tlwrnssnil dollars, Mxty thoiwan.l .lolliirs orwLlth
Is mneilly New Knglanil capitalists ami avluKs banks who represent over tan million dol
lars, jrhlntr Ilia institution a hat kins eoal lo any lunklns home in the State.
1 he liank will receive deiasitx, Imr anil t.ell roreirii and domestic exchange, make loans, and
no a general banting lmsluess V, e shall emleao to transact all business entrusted tons In a
manner, and iiion terms, satisfactory Ui nur customers, and solicit a share of the public pa-
J.O n.iriDSOX, l-rrtldeut.
ft. I. ltA rtnsOX, ltr-1'rtt't.
JOllX C. DKBST. Canhlrr.
C. i. IKlTinsolf, Srerrtary.
"W. S. COBBETT,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
No. 27 MAIN STREET,
5" These goods arc all bought at New York and Boston direct, for cash,
anil nobody can undersell our prices. Wo will receive you kindly, deal witn
vou honestly, and adhere to the Golden Rule (Do unto others as you would
be douc ly).
Nassauer & Hipsh,
GST Roys' Block, Douglas ave., near Lawrence ave south side.
H. F- FRIEND,
Estate and Land Scrip Broker!
acres ot laud for sale, in all stages of improvement and in any
faxom 5 acres up to 2,600. Choice farm property a specialty. Also
ranches, from $3.00 to $6.00 per acre. The following
;e, and in many inslauces terms can be made to
Ueese's Block, DoiiRlas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas.
Make to order Book-cases, Wardrobes, Office Desks, and do all kinds of
REPAIRS DONE AVITH NEATNESS & DESPATCH
jf" Come aud examine our goods c'' prices before purchasing cNe
where, and be convinced that we mean business. 20-
here tTSHnBMMUMial "J-Jl?
fn i. -it PejeviiiiPSaW"1'!
suit the purcnVHHB.
Vacriplion. Xo.acrti, KfVjMZK- Cultivated Buildingi. Price.
XwX 100 TfmWStvli.i' 1M 200 I.5O0
nw;4 160 31...?1K.1..2W 70 150 1,000
se' 1G0 51 ....M. 3W Ill X53 1,000
neV 100 W M . ..Sw 75 100 1,400
swV 1G0 B 2 2e 60 4O0 1,700
KWV 100 28 2S 3W .80 200 1,300
iWj, 100 7 29 2W 110 300 1,400
D 100 S4 28 4W 80 275 1.J0O
n.' 320 10 .. ..29 2W 2! 300 3,000
lie',' and H' 40 12 28 4w 2S0 1,000 8,000
nwV 1W 24 26 . ...iw 60 409 1,000
nw'( 100 3 .... 23 3W 13.1 200 1,600
HW 100 ii SH 3w 80 400 1,200
reV 160 23 28 3w 100 600 2,000
w 100 19 28 3W 1,600
nw 100 17 28 .. ..SW 0 000 1,400
M'i 100 .29 23 SW 100 800 2,000
l,' 160 .27 29 2W 200 200 8,000
lli SJO 21 29 2W 230 130 8,000
nW HV 80 .21 29 W SO 1.200
,2W 100 2,400
,2W 100 WO
2w 20 8,400
2r 130 1,000 3,800
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I' .HI 1, Ife3 tt 1Art lftrt o am
aehr. ISO 11 8 2w 40 1,600
IWf 160 20 23 2W 100 600 2,000
wiBWM 80 28 28 2W 40 1,000
nw 160 14 28 Sir 1,800
t 640 13 27 4W 320 1,000 6,500
....$ 2,000 6,000
.... 80 200 630
80 400 1,500
80 100 1 1,800
US 1 MM
Metallic Burial Cases, Caskets and Coffins.
Calls promptly attended at all hour a day or night , with elegant hearse Also
wholesale and retail
Furniture, Mattresses. Picture Frames, etc., etc.
JRepairiug done to order on short notice.
109 Douglas Avenue.
Hare a l-are Assortment of
COFFEE, TEAS, AND FANCY GROCERIES.
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Largest Asssortment of Pine Dried Fruits in the City.
California Canned Goods of all kinds, Paragon Axle Grease, Machine Oil,
Grass Seeds, Etc., Etc.
Our aim Is to keep everything In onr line, and that flrst-flaaa , and to ahvirs represent
Koodii just as thcr are. Country and city tnde solicited. All goods delivered promptly to
any part of the city.
W. S. COEBETT.
Kansas National Bank.
(SUCCESSORS TO FARMERS' & JtEItCIIANTS' BANK.) i
Pays Tnteresfon Time Deposits, t
i roans Money at T.ojccst Hates, .t.
Issues Sight Drafts on all partS'of Europe,
1 lays and Sells Gov't and Municipal Bonds.
THE YAtLEY LAND & LOAN CO.
Ib now prepared to make loans on Sedgwick comity farms at
S PEB CEICri?. I2STTEKEST.
E?" Call Before Making Application Elsewhere.
Office up-etairs in Field Building, opposite Post-office, Wichita,
J. B. WILCOX, Agent.
NEW BRONZE LAMPS!
We have just received a nice lot of Bronze Lamps which wo are selling at
"PRICES THAT WILL ALARM YOTT!"
Bronze Lamps, - - - - - $ 75
Bronze Lamps. . . - - -100
Bronze Lamps, - 1 30
Bronze Lamps, porcelain-painted, - - - 1 50
Al to beehoyn those Fllglish Grflllite PlateS I thatwetellatSOepemet.
HUSB & CHARLTON.
2 Doors North of Post-office,
J. O. Davidson, Prc. S. L. Davidson, Vice-Prc. U. L. Davidson, Sec'y.
The Davidson Loan Co.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $60,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farms and City Property.
OFFICF WITH CITIZENS BANK, Ko-w Block, 1
Next to the irc.it Carpet Kmgiorinm. (
McGRIFF & BUCKERIDGE,
Ilrick ihop opposite Wallace's Iinpcmcnt House, Douglas Avenue.
McGRIFF & BUCKERIDOE.
Lombard Mortgage Co.,
-IN KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDING.
South-west Corner of Main Street and Douglas Avenue.
COME AND GET RATES, OK TALK LOANS.
GEO. E. SPALTON, Secretary.
Saint Louis and San Francltce
SUOttTEK TltAN ANTOmKR RGDTX3X-
i rt .k.
Wichita and Saint Lonia.
THEOUQH SZFSZSS TEIDTJ
NO CHANGE OF CARS
RATI (Vin ACRES or rifh farming awl
JJJ AlJ mineral lanila for tale by tail
Ty For full anil particular Inrormallon.wlth
maM, tlnie-Ueie, rath j, etc. , call upon or wl
lre any ofoar tatlon iffents, or either or the
W. CAI.K.Gen'l Freight Ait , c. . .
l. WIsilAirr.Cen'l ru.rt.' St.Lonl..
U. w KOOKItS. Mee-lre't. Gen'l Mnnr..
9-tf Temple HalldlnfT, St Lonle, Jlo. '
St. Louts, Fort Scott anfl Wiclita
ictie-w- shoet eotjo?s
KKOJI AMI TO
Anil .Sonth-eulern ami Southern
KANSAS AND MISSOURI.
Ami all polnu eut, north ami oula, rla.
IS Miles the Shortest Lino to St. Louli.
40 .Mllctlic Sliortctt Line to Chicago.
Connections Made TO All Trains on OlhfT Roadi
At Kort Vott, lola, rin.na, Kurelui. KI Dorailo.
ami Wichita, tor the north, euuth, eaetand
ftlllrlr llnia Inw ntad rMvul nnmmn.lalliii
ohllxInK comliiclorii, anil erery facility alTerJed
I'tt in? diiiiiiirb jtnii cane 111 A.enjrere.
V ". .. - .... ,JM
Ibctr IntcUtuenl promises big returns.
The Barber county bar a tho last term of
court, Ulcli vat held at Medicine Lodge a
abort time tlncc, pcd aonie whereases and
reolutlons complementary to Judge Amos
Harris and hid them spread upon the rec
ords. ltcv. J. W. Anderson, wlio has been
preaching in the East Wichita district for
the past year, Is to broken In health that he
hid to gle up tho work, and Iter. J. F.
Ncsslcy will act as a supply the balance of
0. 8. Northrop, living near Garden rialns,
wa In the city one day last week with his
farm team, one oJLjtfilcU was a two-year-old
Norman colt of the Norman and Uellontalno
breed, which lipped the beam at twelve
If there is anybody that keeps pace with
the country in their business, it is the .Jinn
of Kimmerie Adama at tho Wichita Mar
ble "Worka. They have a cumber ot saofits
tnctiU and marble shafts that are beautlfM
ndslgMdtA warkilrrt-c4M. f
e act; W
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ne V.. loo...
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be no court Til?
would be glad t
that he possessed upon
was a short story and soon W
At the recent term of the cow
Wichita, the law establishing
court at each Wichita and Fort Scott, v
.nnilm liv -Tiiili.. 1iVgi whn Iij.11 t!i'
the act creating a court at Wichita and pre
scribing Its jurisdiction, did not confer any
additional jurisdiction upon the court at
this point. That under the system provid
ing for a term of court In Fort Scott, tin
court hat no jurisdiction to try may cases,
except those which are especially set tori
trial hero by the court or aen there by agree
ment of parties. Judge McCreary had been
consulted upon the question and concurred
with Judge Foster. Col. IlaHoweH also said
that be had atroagty argued, agaiMt the
opinion of Jadce Foster, aad earneiWy de.
tired to hare term or court in Fort Seott.
but after aeariag the rtaaoa of the eowt
aad tho epteloa of Jodge JteCreary, he waa
aotarsyawd to aay that thoywaro wreag.
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WILSOIsT &c CO.,
(Successors to Wilxon A, Torn,)
OF ST. IiOTJIS, MISSOTTEI,
Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long
. or Short Time.
Money ac Sight, Commission Very Low.
We have connected
-Buy, Sell & Exchange 'Western property for Eastern, anil vice versa
Call on or address
M. L. GARVER.
Manager of the Wichita Branch, WICHITA, KANSAo
Office on MaiH street, first stairway north of P. O.
Any Amount of
To Loan on desirable REAL ESTATE-lther FARU3 or CITY PnOfEUTV.
85?" Connecticut Bates of Interest, g)
L. DYEK, It. II. ROYS, SAM'L IIOUCK, KOBT. E. LA WHENCE.
li. W. LEWIS, President. A. A. HYDE, Cashier.
Furniture & Carpet Emporium!
THE LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES,
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses,
WINDOW SHADES, SHADE FIXTURES,
Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Mouldings, Mirrors, Picturekw
r SALE AN
J. F. LAUCIC, E. E. LAUCK.
J. F. LAUCK &.SQN.
I-iim k, In connection with bU prartlc
Ijeforn tlio U. 8. Land ODIi-s. Wlrhlta.
ami the Department at Washing-ton, I. C , has
nfiHM-iawi wiiii niinneu nis eon, Jb. a LAnca,
ami the Arm herearter will ilerote lt time ami
attention to ealit hnalnem), ami. In addition
thereto, engage In the real-estate Lnslneu, the
lii) InK ami Mlllnic of farms and city iiropertr,
the renting and leasing of the earne, the collec
tlon of renU ami the payment nftaxee for non
resldrnU, the fiirnlMlilnxof abstructa of title,
etc .and fhe loaning of money
FARMS FOR SALE AND BF.NT
Cm' PBOPEm- FOB SALE
Frames, Childrens' Carriages, Boys' Wagons, Etc.
Boss Block, opposite P. 0., - - - - Main Street.
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
(Dc.ine's oltl yard, near Depot,)
B. LOMBARD, Jr.. President,
JAb. L.. LOMIIAltD, Vice-l'rea't.
I.. f. SKINNER, Cashier,
(1KO. K. SI'ALTON, Ass't Cashier.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, - - - - 852,000
J. P. ALLEN,
GEO. E. SPALTON,
JAMES L. LOMRAKD,
S. S. KING,
L. D. SKINNEU.
Beceive Deposits, Make Collections, Buy and Sell Exchange, and trans
act a General Banking Business.
LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, LATH,
Manufacturer of the celebrated
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
Niuely-Bcvcn per cent, pure Lime. Two barrels will go as far as three fo
any other Lime.
Louisvttle Cement, Michigan Plaster and Hair, always on hand.
MONEY TO L0A2T AT LOWEST
BATES ON LONG TIME.
iryon want to buy, sell, trade, rent I borrow
money, or anjnlre title to U 8. Ijinds, give na a
call and jour bnslneee will receive prompt at
tention at onr hands.
J Y r.AUCKASON.
Room No. S opposite IT. S iJind Office, Com
mercial Rlock, Uonitlaa ave. Wichita, Kaneu.
August SMh, lsfZ. tt-lS
ALBERT & DIETER
II ill Idem In
C03BIiESI0 rs' UBISTTS:
JMCP. PATONACO., E2WlIllamsSt.,N.Y.
BLACK8TONE NATIONAL BANK, Boston.
NATIOVAT, ItANIC OF AMERICA, Chicago.
MEKCIIANTS' NAT'I. BANK, Kansas City.
SOL. B. KOIIN, President.
A. W. OUVKIt, Vlce-Fres't.
M. VT. LKVV. Cashier.
C. A. WALKKU, Asst. Cashier.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
ORG ANIZED IN 1S72.
Bank of Commerce.
sou u. KOIIN,
M. W. LEVY,
' . '
road being buifn
country Is befog built up
settler are flocking in to those;
they did In Beno in T2 aad '73. i
Proaidest Joan Taylor, the ofleUl he:
the Morsaon Church, ia preparing an elal
orate atatemeat of the political and social
attitude or the Latter-day Sainta, fcr the
Jaaoary number of the JSortX Amine JU
Uttm. J.KHarahaMiadT. W. CUkw.
Teal eetate dealere, f Belende, celed
o ta xaguc yesaWday. ;VbXantast-w
wtswy tuiniii itia the
Do a General Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Business.
EaMern and Foreign Exchange bought and told,
Bonds, of all denominations, bought and sold.
uounty, uownsaip ana Municipal jsonas txmgiu.
(A. H. NACTZai
WILL TRANSACT A GENERAL
Buy and tell exchange, receive deposits,
SHORT TIME LOANS ok GOOD PI
IOA2STS -AuT LO1
IKTJOtBBT PAID OK TIME Dl
(HATFIELD A HARTLEY.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
Ssxd-ne Deposits, Time and Samaad, at Xntmft.
Buys and sells .exchange; makes collections; negotiates municipal bonds,
and transacts banking in all its branches.
No. 17 DoHgUa Avenue,
"- (it.' &r aM4. i
tJ? vm- "? Jtf
a?oa:E zupjaisriEb mills
SOLID COMFORT FLOUR.
J. O. DEAN,
At the Old Stand of Bissantz & Butler, on Douglas Avenue, No.
107, you will find
Willi the beat, cheapest, largest nntl flncat assorted stock of Sl.clf antl Heavy
Having lately rc-stockcd with New Goods of Urn beat quality and newest
Stoves aad Kitchen. Utensils, Tin, Sheet Iron and Coppcrware, Steel and Iron.
WAGON WOOD WORK, &C.
BEING A PRACTICAL TINNER himself, and Employing none
but Skilled Workmen, be is alwayswillintr and ready to execute
All Kinds of Job Work oa Short Notice.
Do all kin lis of Manon Work.
Also agents for
Cowley County Flag
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Ther are prepared to tako orders for lar
In sidewalks with this celebrated stone fa
the best possible manner at very low II frorei.
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Market Street, South of Dosglaa Artnne,
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All Ware Maaafactared Under his Saperrlsioa, Warranted as represented
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