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WHEN PANICS COME.
Jft LITTLE ONE IS DUE EVERY FOUR
YEARS.
4.nd iArge Ona Coma Regularly at Longer
Periods Called by "a Mysterious and
A fillet We rrovidencc" Some Bright
New Congressmen From tlie West.
LSpscial Correspondence.
"Washington, Feb. 19. There is a tradi
tion in "Washincton to tho effect that a cer
tain man who was a compromise candidate
for vice president, was elected by a scratch
and unexpectedly became president felt it
incumbent on him to write an extremely
modest introductory paragaph to his first
message. He accordingly began, as nearly
as his secretary can remember, in these
words: "Called by a mysterious and afflict
ive Providence to the chief magistracy of
this nation from the far inferior place to
which I had been elevated by the chances of
politics, I feel that I ought," etc.
The secretary of state of that day was em
phatically boss in his party, and when he
saw this he broke out with more heat than
politeness: "Great heavens, man! If you
begin that way, they never will get done
laughing at you. You will be burlesqued
in every paper in the country, and these
"Washington journalists will make that
entence a byword. What! Ascribe your
elevation first to an accident and then to an
afflictive Providence? 2sb, indeed! You must
assume that you are rightfully here and
mean to be boss of the situation."
Sweeping Assertions.
Of course this was expressed insomewhat
more diplomatic terms?, and there is a cur
rent opinion that the new president changed
his policy at once and suffered in conse
quence. Occasionally congressmen spring
up by something like the causes modestly
mentioned by this president.
The contrast was very marked between
the debate on the "Wilson bill and that on
the TdcKinley bilL It fell to my lot to read
carefully every speech delivered in the house
on that bill and to condense them into one
third of their space for popular use, and I
was much impressed with the great ability
displayed on both sides of tho discussion.
In the recent debate there were single
bpceches of ability equal to any in the Fifty
first congress, but the debate, as a whole,
was somewhat inferior. I was particularly
wimsed by the very sweeping assertions
made by some eastern men on the one side
and by thestill more sweeping indeed pos
itively reckless statements of western men
on the other. The latter declared that the
cut ire period from the accession of Polk to
that of Lincoln was one of continuous and
uninterrupted prosperity, while the former
declared it a season of almost uninterrupt
ed hard times, but that certain other dec
ades showed unbroken prosperity.
Now, one would naturally suppose that
these statesmen would read the commercial
history of their country, at least of nights,
Sundays and rainy days, for diversion if
nothing else. They would there find that
there have never been 15 years of contin
uous prosperity since the pilgrims landed;
that there never have been 12 years without
a panic since Ben Franklin was old enough
to keep a diary, and that since the adoption
of the constitution there have never been
seven years without some kind of financial
disturbance.
Does Not Prove tho Bale.
The funny feature of the case is that one
can take almost any year from Polk to Lin
coln and prove by good Democratic testi
mony that it was a year of misfortune
and by good Republican testimony that
it was a year of prosperity. The ouo
marked exception is the year extending
from August, 1857, to the same month in
1S5S. All authorities on all sides agree that
that was a bad year. One member was so
unfortunate as to select tho year 1855 as an
awful examplo of what misery low tariff
had wrought for the farmers, and one on
the other side was still more unfortunate
in selecting certain years since the war.
One asserted with great vehemence that
fiee trade had reduced England to ageneral
condition of commercial helplessness and
pauperism among tho laboring classes,
while another demonstrated to his own sat
isfaction that protection was literally eat
ing out the heart of Germany.
Now, a common man is hardly at liberty
to ridicule a congressman. Indeed it would
be a sort, of moral treason. Nevertheless
it might have occurred to these gentlemen
that one example does not establish a gen
eral rule, even in sciences much less com
F dicatcd than politics, and that England's
nsular possessions, her enormous merchant
marine and immense continental posses
sions might count
for a great deal on
the one side, while
Germany's im
mense standing
army and her po
sition begirt by
hostile, or at any
rate not very
friendly, nations
might count for a
good deal on the
other. As to the
United States, a
few facts may here
be fittingly set
tVlLLlAJl A. M'KEIGIIAX. down. They aie
known, of course, to statesmen, but it. will
do no harm to briefly set them forth for
general reading.
The Konird of Panics.
The 105 years since the adoption of tho
constitution have shown the following com
mercial record: About once in four years
there has been a minor panic astock panic,
h bank panic or a sudden fall in prices of
produce, resulting in considerable enibar
rasMiieut. About once in 10 years there has
been a great ami m-hou panic, affecting all
branches of buMnt ss, and otice in thii ty odd
years or, .say. about three times in a centu
ry, theie has been a worldwide and terribly
destructho panic, which, in ihc language
of farmer, 'k,Uqd. -everything that was
caught out.' 'And'Jhese panics of various
grades of intensity hae come with almost
mathematical regularity, regardless of the
party in iower, its foreign or domestic poli
cy, the banking sysui in vogue, the kind
of currency in use orthe percentage of the
tarff- ,J
Tho logical' ,conqlusiQn is that the causes
of panics lie far back of any of thoc usually
assigned in congressional debate, and a!
the party calculators are already figuring
on the chances for next November it mav
interest them to note that all our very bad
panics hve come the year after a presideu
tial election and have invariably been fol
lowed by a terrific defeat of the party in
power- If there is an exception to this
rule, it was the panic of 1S17-10.
Another feature of the case, which n
amusing or instructive according to the
way one looks at it, is the fact that the
men who are brought into congress, by
chance or Providence, as aforesaid, in these
times of disturbance almost always grow
more conservative the longer they stay in
the body. Thus, w hen the house began to
divide on minor points of the Wilson bill,
it was estimated that there were 17 ex
tremists, meaning nitu wno neio. views verj
similar to tho-e of tho Populists of Kansas,
but when the last amendments offered by
Jerry Simuson wero nut to vote only nine
men passea cenrecn. vtta tefiersvarniiitt-
four of these zzz counted, as Democrats.
Dae Co- Knviraament.
Of the new men arLose entrance fo con
gress was a surprise to the country I con
sidered Senator James Henderson Kyle cf
South Dakota among the clearest headed.
He could cot very rzvli fcaveTielped being a
radical an questions of primary human
rights, for ho was born at Xenia, O. , in 1654,
was graduated from Oberlin college and
from the Western Theological seminary at
Alleghany City, wss a Congregational
preacher in Utah and a missionary in Da
kota. Like all the rest of usr he absorbed
the atmosphere of his environment and
consequently became the Dakota Populist.
But ss a. senator of the United States ho is
quiet, cautious and level headed one of the
very few congressmen whose opinion is af
fected, by lbs able speeches delivered, by his
colleagues.
Another man cf the ssmc type and sp
parently growing conservatism is Con
gressman at Larse Harris of Kansas. He
is very quiet and earnest, a very nice look-
WICHITA WHOLESALE & MANUFACTURING HODSES.
"SV
Jii.' r.'rf.'yy .
r .. z :-
lje;-.
IAFH PENCE.
fng man, but is no longer spoken of as a
Populist, being counted as a straight Dem
ocrat. One of the best speakers in the
third party is "William A. McKeighan of
the Fifth Nebraska district, and the long
est winded is Senator Allen of the isame
state, w hose chief title to distinction so far
is that he spoke 75 hours on the silver ques
tion. JIcKeighan is quite an uncertain
quantity in politics and is jocularly classi
fied by his colleagues as a Demo-pop-inde-pendent-silverite.
He prepares his speeches
with great care, and even to one who does
not accept his conclusions they sound like
really classical productions.
Senator Itoach of Xorth Dakota, former
ly set down as a Poptilist, is also now count
ed as a Democrat. In fact, since the makers
of almanacs for 18H first published the par
ty division in the house that divisirn has
changed no less than five times by deaths,
resignations and changes of class, but the
Democrats and such Populists as act with
them on all economic questions still have a
certain majority of 84.
Pence iial Cooper.
An interesting fact in the makeup of the
house is that one of the most active Pop
ulists and an equally active Democrat weie
boyhood companions, and their mothers are
still next door neighbors and friends in
Columbus, Ind. One is Lafe Pence of Colo
rado and the other Georgo William Cooper
of tho Fifth district of Indiana. Mr. Pence
was a Democrat from way back, but in
1892, in common with most of the Colorado
Democrats, he bolted the platform of the
Chicago convention and went for General
Weaver and silver. But, just the same, he
is now counted as a pretty good Democrat,
with only occasional outbreaks of Populist
fervor. He is a small, quick, vivacious man,
who flies at any subject with intense ear
nestness and shakes hands with an ardent
grip.
Personally all these things are of some in
terest, but politically still more, for the cal
culators on both sides are already counting
the districts which the Democrats will lose
next November, and for a wonder the losing
party good natuiedly admits in advance a
very heavy loss, while the other party ex
presses no anxiety to capture the house. In
fact, it stems to betaken for granted that
the possession of the next house of repre
sentees will be of no advantage to the party
which has it. There are25 districts in which
the Democratic majority in 1S92 was less
than 1,000, and some calculators expect all
these to be lost. In addition they expect to
lose the really debatable districts in the
seven large states where the tariff will be
the great factor.
Partisan Calculators.
Of course there are many other states in
which the tariff is important, but some of
them are Republican and sonic Democratic
anyway, while in others the districts are
gerrymandered so judiciously that it would
take a change of 20 per cent or so in the
votes to make any change in the represen
tation. Democratic calculators say, "We
can lose every really debatable district in the
Beven tariff states and every other district
where our majority is less than a thousand
and still have a working maigin in tho next
house." Republican figurers say, "We
shall carry every d istrict where the majority
against us was less than 1,500, all the de
batable districts in all the tariff states, all
the Populist districts in Kansas, and both
Rhode Island districts besides, which gives
us the house by a good w orkiug majority."
J. 13. Parke.
The Houses given below are represenative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable' They are furnished thus for ret
South generally, as well as for city and suburban buyers. Dealers and inquirers should correspond direct "W
eadv reference for the
with names iriven.
SEEDS
FOR THE
Garden, Farm and Meld
Onion sets, potatoes and sweet pota
toes; plants in season. Send for mail or
der price list. ROSS BROS,
52 tf 316 E. Douglas, Wichita Kas,
GEO. H. LLOYD & CO.,
WHOLESALE
HARNESS and SADDLERY
Saddlery Hardware, Whips, Leather. Harness-makers Tools, Etc. Special
attention given mail orders. 401 E- Douglas Ave.. Wichita,
TELEPHONE NO. 272.
WEIR CITY AND WESTERN COAL CO"
Miners of Genuine Weir City Coal. Xo. 7 Shaft.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF HARD AND SOFT COALS. "
wclreity. per ion: dpltversj
OwceCUy Shaft, per ton. delivered... .
Prices as low a3 the lowest on all other kinds of coal.
Office and Yards 119 N. Water st
... M tfl
. W
Satisfaction fjuarnntewl.
Telephone 66
TnEWILLOTM'FGCO
Successors to
BUTTER & GTJAiEY,
Murnfncturei's of and Jobbers in
Piecd and Stamped Tin are.
251 North .Main Street.
1J. II- liUTLElt.Manager.
I. BAKER & CO.,
904 and 906 E. Uouglas,
Offer the lollowiur prices for Ponltry
and Produce delivered here:
Turkey Hens - Cc lb
Turkey Toms - 5c lb
bjirinss and Hens - 5c lb
I)nr-u. rat ... CcJb
Oees fcc lb
( ox. old - - 10c e ich
Cox. jounc - - lie each
Butter, choice loll 12 and He I
Kcb with cases - llcdoz
1 kits without uites - lllciioz
Hidis. No. 1 - - 2Jclu
Hides Xo. 2 - - Jk-clb
Telephone 165.
Write or
wire us
if you
have any
Poultry or
Eggs to sell
C H. RECKMEYSR,
Whol,fcale Manufacturer of
SADDLES and HARNESS.
And Jobbers in Saddlery Hardware. 121 EaBt Douglas Ava
FIXING UP A BIT.
Nothing looks right if the Mantels and Fire-places are out
of Harmony. Our line of Wood Mantels is the finest, most
varied in the country. Come and see them.
Artistic Tiling a Specialty.
143 N. Water St. Telephone 29.
O. B. STOCKER & CO,
CHAS. LAWRENCE,
DCALERIX-
Photographers Supplies!
102 E Dnuylas Avenue.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone Connection
KsUblislied 1670.
L. HAYS.
Jlaiiufactuier and Jobber
Ilarn ess, Saddlery, Leallici- and Shoefindings
Specially of JIand-jnado Harness. Correspond
ence solicited. Will sell on time or allow cash
discount. 127 W. Douglas Wichita.
WM F. SMITH,
Books and -Stationery,
Albums, Bibles, Gold Pens
Blank Books and
Memorandums,
114 N. Main st Wichita, Iv9.
WALL PAPER A3TD GYPSINE ARTISTS.
Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Gvpsine, Wall Paper, and Picture Frame Mouldings,
and a general line of painters supplies, can bb bought at bottom prices at our
store, 312 East Douglas.
Wo are the Wall Paper and Gypsino Artists of the city.
Get our prices on you work.
GABRETT & KIjCAID.
W. F. SCHELL,
KUKSiilflTMAN AXD HOUTICUIl'UBIST
11'JCIIITA, KAXSA.S.
ill Kinds of Nursery Stock for sale. General
Agent lor the Haft 1'ioncer Nurseries,
FT. SCOTT, KAXSAS.
Orders solicited. 700 ncres In Nursery Stock. Our spe
claltr: "First-Class Stock true to name, at reasonable prices.
HOUSE FURNISHERS.
Those thinking of buying Furniture either on the cash or easy
payment plan, will find a complete line of new and second hand
rrnnAa 4-r oalanf -Frim of lio "Pvrvnlnv "Prioorl "Dnnlllft Stfirfi Or
uwua w o"" uum "w "u J-"!"-""- J-","-u w-.
SINGER DONNELL
209-211 N.
Main St.
0LIYEE BEOTHEBS.
Wholesale &. Uetail Dealers In
LUMBER andCOAL
Yards and Office C17 East Douglas
Avenue. Telephone No. 285.
When Baby Tras sick, tra gave her Castoris.
Wheirebc was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Whca mw became Miss, she duns to Castoria.
"KJa she had Children, she'gaveiheni Castoria
Tho rrinco of Wales' Tact.
Of all tactful royal personages there is
no one that shines more brillinnriv in this
particular than the Prince of Wales, whose
unquestioned po-veraud predominant in
fluence in English bociety and over English
life are entirely owing to the delicate tact
with which they are exercised. How ex
quisite is this tact may be gathered from
tho circumstance that although tho prince
is in his sixtieth year and has been the
most conspicuous public figure in Eng
lish life for the past four decades always
in full glare of the prying gaze of tho peo
ple, and without scarcely a day's privacy
yet up to the present moment no one,
not even among his dearest friends, pos
eesei. any inkling as to the true character
of his political sympiihies. He is equally
courteous and gracious to Lord Salisbury
and to Mr. Gladstone. He has both Ton
and Liberal statesmen to stay with bin.
in the country at Sandringham. He ha
pven show n marked civility to Irish Home
Hulers, so much i indeed that, there art
some people on both side, of the Atlantu
who fondly imagine that the prince is. al
most a H'-Kimi. I'o cue, however, know
anything on the subject "for sure." aiu
hence, when the prince comes to th
throne, he may lw expected to figure as .
model to all csusUtational monarchs. hole
iug an imparti.il lul&nce between the tw
great political parties and teing absoluU
ly free from any suspicion of inclinit;
more to the cna tlrui u the other. An
were the nriaK: to die before sneceedin
to the throna ne will be remembered bo
in England zi,id an ihe continent as i.u
man of lbs present era who was disti
gushed wc all his contemporaries i
posessinfr in ibo behest degree that mc
indisparaahlo tf ail virnieisr namely, tac
ARKANSAS VALLEY FENCE CO.
Manufacturers of
Wire and Picket Pence,
Poultry letting, Etc, Etc,
Write for terms to Dealers.
109 Wichita St, Wichita. Kas.
WICHITA STEAM LAUNDRY
Balli Rooms and Towel Supply, Best in the City.
Garst, Fraser & Garst, 117-119-121 W, fat St
A.. M. CARR5
MMLGKuEr?Sr ''
rmct&TTTrmflfL&VErrTO
f ( A T W"c are the exclusive Agents for the Toff ow-
LUA I J ing Coals:
Genuine McAlcster, Lump and Xut; .Tettui 7 ind. Xut anil SlacJ:;
Denning Lump, equal to Canon Cit;. only $0.00 per ton delivered.
"We also have in stock Weir City, Fleming, Osage, Black Diamond, Canon
City and Ouita, and Pennsylvania Authracite. Our prices are as low aa iho lowest '
SCI1WA11TZ "RHUS.,
Office and Yard, 541 West Douglas. - - Telephone Ifli
CENTRAL COAL AND COKE COMPANY.
Successor of KEITH & PERRY COAL CO.
MINERS AND DEALERS JN ALL KINDS OP COAL
AND MANUFACTURERS OP COKE
LUMBER, RAILWAY TIES, TIMBERS. ETC
(Successor- to Glass fc Co.)
BICYCLES
Wholesale
and Ketail )
from $40 to $125. Full line medium grades and Cycling accessories. Diffl-culta-unairing
and repairs of all kiudH. 253 Jf, Main, Wichita.
VICTOR BICYCLES for 1894.
If you are thinking o buying a wheel, call and examine our
'94 Victor, before purchasing. It in the best wheel on the market
for the money.
WICHITA NOVELTY WORKS,
152 N. Market st. I. X. STAGE, Prop.
PISH and OYSTERS.
Fruits, Produce. Flour, Etc.
Wholosilo nml lictall.
rity1cll cries free. Special attention to suppers
nml iaity order. 120 N. .MmketSt Telephone 1G3.
II. JJ. COKXFORTII.
innch Houses Dentei, Lolo ; Coipus Christ!. Tax
3J.iriuelte, Mich. 73
A. T. BENBOW,
.Manufacturer and Dealer In the
Uenhow Self Jleatinjr Washer,
Ueufoovr Ued Springs ami
All (toocI Clothes Wringers.
All klniN of rcp.iirln nwde nnd for wilo.
Write for price" .ind free catalogues.
000 E. Douglas, next to Carey llotel-
Blakeman Bros. & Co.,
"Wholesale and IJetail Dealers in
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS.
Fishermen's Supplies of all kinds,
soins, hoop uets, tiamuiel nets, twine,
Looks, lines, etc.
Frebh Fisli and Oysters a specialty.
502 E. Douglas. Telephone, 27.
HUSE, CHAELTQN, DTJNN & CO.,
-JOBBERS-
Qtieensware, Glassware, Lamps, Cutlery, Etc,
220 INT. .Main St. Wichita.
General Office
KEITH & PERRY BL'D'G.
Kuusus City, Mo.
pivision omen
SIC EAST DOUGLAS ATE.
AVIchUs, Khu.
AYLESBURY MERCANTILE CO
Slos. 138-140 N. Fourth Atc
Wholesale - Grocers.
Jobbers of Teas, Cigaes and Spices
Sole A gents for Alvarado, nnd Figaretta Cigars.
1884.
WICHITA WHOIiESAIiE GPOCEHY CO.,
1894.
Wholesale Grocers
OFFICE A!ND WAREHOUSE 213 TO 223 SOUTH MARKET STREET. .
Keep every thing m th giorery line, nhow cnaftt, fecales and trioeern llxtnrea.
also bole pioprietors of the "Piper llcidsicl:," ".LI Coucnrado" au! "La
Innocecia" brands f Cigars, d5
chas. r. jvtueli.ee,
V'holesale and Retail
FLORIST.
Dealer in cut flowers, bouse and beddiug
plants; roses and geraoiums, a specialty.
Orders for parties, weddiugs nnd funer
als promptly filled. Telephone 2b4.
PARIES MACHINE WORKS
Builds and Repairs
ENGINES, BOILERS and MACHINERY
124 S. Washinlon Ave Wichita
LEHMAHN-HIGGINSON GROCER CO.,
TVliolesgile Grocers
203 AND 205 N. WATER STREET.
Sole A rents for the CYlt Kited ,lev?y Coffee the best packapc roffee in llifcmanies
COAL! The Malvern Smokeless,
Trice delivered: I tinip for Uter nrt Opp.i Orate fUOjrton
Prices delivered: Prepared forilae Juriur .. 6 J vtrtun
Oulta, Nnt and No. ....
IIIhcIc rear), sold bf tbl; linn only, ttie btn oott col
rold
No. CWler City, best (Uile
Nntslz OalU DU
VTe rnrantee 2.0GO pounds for a ton.
WICHITA COAT, CO.
Offlca and Yards. 813 E. Dou;Ia. Phone Kt. f. COKN'. Slinarer.
LOOK AT OUR PRICES ON COAL
DBJAVJZBT.iy IX TOX J.OTS.
Weir City, verr best quality, $ 4.00 Ouita, well screened f 7.50
Colorado Anthracite 9.75 Penn Anthrucite.Croes Crook Le-
I high 11.23
"Weights and quality guaranteed. How do these prices striko you?
KANSAS AST) TEXAS COAX CO.,
Telephone 110, J1Q Xorth Market St.
R. M. MAXWELL, E, L. McCLURE
Maxwell & McClure.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF NOTIONS, AND FURNISHING GOODS.
237 AND 239 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WICHITA, KANSAS.
L, C, JACKSON,
DISTRICT AGEhT FOR
SANTA FE COALS,
AKD JOBBER OF BUILDING MATERIALS
112 S. 4th Ave. Wichita, Kan.
FARNUM & CO.
Royal Spice Mills and Spray Yeast Factory
Spray Baking Powder, and Royal Granulated Spices. Award
ed the State Contract.
it. n. cuxp & co.
ITlorists-
Careitil attention Riven to mail or telegraph
onleri for cut llowerb ami floral d"ai!ms. Pric
es rea.-onable, bend for pno; list of Plants,
ijeeds. Bulbs, and Hardy irhrubbory.
611 Wabash Auenue,
HALSTEAD MILLING CO
ITLOXJR.
'SECOXD TO XOXE"1
Ecst Flour in the State.
OTTO WETSP. Airt. Cor. 3d. Jc Eifth
Avenut'. 1'houc 105. 67
J. A. BISHOP.
!,o!rl and RtU
Vice is the bano of a republic, and
taps the foundations of liberty. If our
economy, temperance, justice'and pub
lic faith are once extinguished by the
opposite vices, our boasted constitu
tion, which is built on the pillars of
nrtue, must necessarily fall. Emmons.
An agricultural laborer in India is
supposed to receive five rents
uuu iu ycuerai nih wages
lar-je.
day,
are not to
The "Western Wheeled Scraper
Co.. of Aurora. Ills,.
"With tbe view of niccniiR the demands forlr
nebcin? too!-. have eat.tbhr-ht-dsn acvuey with
tbtr Wichita J tnpleraent Co. 120 Wert Doustas
Ai c. w here a line of their celebrated pooL-
canlx teen. Parties interested lea.-e call
and examine. C orrta-pondenit; solicited.
The Rhode Island penitentiarv has
124 convicts, and is run at an annual
loss of f20,000.
FEED niMSTEDT,
Wholesale Dealer in.irs.1 Manufacturer ot
SOLE LEATnEI.. HOOTS AND SHOES
AND GENERAL LINX OF SHOE FINDINGS.
Yrite for Prices and Terms to Dealers.
ij NOSTH J1ALS STEEET. WICHITA.
The Warren Chemical Co
lUoufarturers and Jobbrsof
Spices and 1 lavoriiig Extracts
Write for Descriptive Price List Ft
Oficeaad Bcine- 237-23 b. JUrs:i St. Tel. Hi.
"iS ICH1TA. - U.sjs.
i. r. MAJirix,
Artists Slatenals, l'ictnres. Frames
J n dire I rfiri. (' "- ?. "-rrc-n. Kts.
1 'm onrl'lf F-rrnch Cls'na torcn'-wIn;,
FTn:Ui!t a the Une of Aitists lUuruii : :.
LwsJf or Chicasw prlcr. 1J) cc! erclt!T trt
Mcir to tL -til, i-aii fibers W otui Mr Aa-.Ksl
Laitci.e frrc ic.eenofw I
151 x out it arAjy sti:i:i:t
Paints. Oils, Glass. Yuill Paper
The permanent GIPSINE Wall iinidh
always m stock. Write for prices.
J JO X Market ht., lUchUa, Ka
WICHITA BOTTLISG AV0KK3
Olio tilllIKIt3IANS JI ZT
Kottlera or Ginor Ale. Cx r m
Cider.Fada Witer, J5t.indarIerT
Food, also Oeneral "Western
Ap enta lor H iu. J.Leinp's Exlm J'ale.
Cor. lirst and WacohlSn Wichita.
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles K. I'ottji A. Co., Cincinnati O.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
Gooda Hold ntt. lxtuls and Kaunas City i' rices.
'.3 :i 1 !.:.' l-ailh JW&m lieet, - - - - " ictitn, Kansa
THE JOHNSTON & LARMIER DRY GOODS CO..
vnot.KAU-:
Dry ; Goods, :roLions :and :Irurnisliing:Good&
Complete Stock Ui alt the Pepartrnmit-i.
110, 21 k!23 Topeka Ave. Wicliita, Kansoa.
:-- EAGLE x CORNICE x WORKS. x-
505 EAST DOCGLAb' AVENTE.
Uanufactnrei-s of Galvanized Iron, and Cojipr Cornice; Tfn,
Copper, Iron, and Slate Hoofing AVork done in any jart of thu
country. Estimate furnished on ax'ilication.
Phone 'S'J'L B.,ra Uswhll d: Buckley.
C. A. Rose-Florist
Dealer in all kinds of Plant. Bulb:
and Flort-U supplier.
Cut Flowers a Specialty.
XII orders promptly attended to
Office 404 . Water St,, Xel, 338.
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DRUG-GIST.
B?eryiMng Kept in & Flr&fclass Drof Xbfe
' 105 EAST DOUGLAS ATI.
TTCHTTA. - StW.
G. GEHRING,
DRUGGIST.
I'ntsche Apoth-ke.-.
K. Cor. Uousiai autl Topeka Ares
Phone 2S5. Jchita, Ka.
3.1. AT. LEP.?. A I.TA 11. STVEET. F P. A .N'K 15. IV A LKH.ll
WICHITA CREAMERY CO.
Wholesale ijji Butter and Eggs
212-214 South Topeka Avenue.
JACOB DOLD PACKING CO.
FOEK AXD BEEF PACKEE-S.
FINE MEATS, LARDS AND SAUSAGES.
A 1 &id tor KTesyls Mtox-t lovt lral?ir pcfaltyj the 8n-l
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maikei. Tlio Iii-t rare cin tutuish -ltliiT -
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Jm otisinal lAtlmzruphf tl tui you rr ur of i'cttlny fU
I'm np tor PmaUy ,tt m , 5. 10 sud 20 pound Lrqurtd Tlfl I'ali. Tfltu
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