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Ifte IKicWta gailg lagtefSctTttcsclai plotuiuci, IHawb 7. 1894.
. Ill WOEKED THEM U.nd the Woes of So-en Hollow-, ware Salesmen. Am Cp-Ciitry Merchant Who Neror 1 OM BsslaeM on Sunday, But Kept a ? la Church for the EfllU- . cattB of SramMtn. ICOPTSIGHT, 18M.1 I don't know anybody -who is quick er than Byron H. Rand to see and recognize ability in a man. Certainly he was one of the first to see it in him self, and nobody else has ever seen so touch of it there as he has. Byron is, perhaps, the best-known salesman in the "hollowware" trade. "I do not -wish to assert," said he to Jne one day with his accustomed mod esty, "that I never fail to take an or der, but I'll just bet a plug hat that if Keal Dow and I were tied up in a bag, I'd sell him a hundred gross of pint Hasks before ho could ffct the string1 loose." It happened not long ago that old Bam Allerton, the patent medicine man tf Onavay. N. Y., had a disagreement with the firm that had made all his bottles for ten straight years. It was Said that both sides had violated the provisions of the contract until it had become- invalid not only in reason and morals but even in law. Eyron got a private tip on this state of affairs, and he took an express train for Onaway. The boys say that he rode on the cow catcher so as to be sure of getting there first. For years he had been trying to get Allerton's order away from Leblank & Co. Once when Leblank's best travel- HE couldn't be induced to heah a, WORD. ing man went np to Onaway to take that order, Byron waylaid him and beguiled, him into a state of intoxica tion calculated to be highly offensive to Allerton, who is a deacon in the church. But Allerton persuaded the salesman to sign the pledge, and then rewarded him for his expressions of penitence by renewing the contract. The next year Byron again met that salesman on the train to Onaway and eecretly fed several grains of hasheesh to him, whereupon Leblank's man went into Allerton's office and had a trance which lasted fourteen hours. But when he came out of it he was so weak that Allerton did not dare refuse him the oontract for fear the disap pointment would kill him- Thus by every legitimate business method Byron had striven for that order, but tough luck and the perversity of Aller ton had euchered him. This time, however, he felt sure of it. On a Saturday about one o'clock in the afternoon Byron xeacbed Onaway. He went immediately to Allerton'b of fice, and there sat old Sam wearing a smile that wa? as promising as one of "his own advertising circulars. But he wouldn't talk business. He couldn't be induced to hear a word. "I'm a man of very strong religious feeling," he said. "Sunday begins Sat urday noon with me. I never think of business between that hour and Mon day morning. You'll be in town over Sunday?" Byron rather thought that he would, under the circumstances. "Glad to hear it," said old Sam. "Come up to our church. Have a seat in my pew. "Nty folks are away and there'll be plenty of room." There seemed to be business in that, and Byron accepted the offer with thanks. The next morning Byron directed Tiis steps toward the church wearing upon his countenance an expression so devout that several sinners whom ha HET HADN'T 6U1T0SED THAT . vm "by the wayside were broughtoto a realizing sense of their condition. An tbliging usher showed him where Mr. Allerton's pew was. Byron congrat nlatod himself on finding the pew mpty; he ould have Allerton all to himclf. His plan of combining wor ihip with business was somewhat in terfered with, however, by the en trance during tho next five minutes of jix other salesmen in his. own line of trade. They, too, had got the tip frbont Allerton's eontract and had de fended on the old man during the previous afternoon. They had re tcived the same "bland off' a--old Sam had given Byron and the same invita tion to attend services at the church. It Is easy to understand that their meeting in this unexpected manner did not tend to put them in a proper frame of When Baby tras slcl;, -re save her Castc-vo. When she vras a Child, she cried for Castoria. "When sha became "Hiss, she clung to Castona. "l"-en she had Children, she gave them Castoria vfr A yHiiB gLLf-- gf j ft. HI M4!r Pf If mind to derive benefit from devotional exercises. By a considerable' muscular effort -Byron managed to secure and 'maintain a position in the end of the pew nearest the aisle. The pew was pretty full, but Byron thought he could squeeze his competitors against the other end of it and give a chance 'for Mr. Allerton to get in. This ar rangement would, of course, have put Allerton alongside of Byron, and the six other glassmen resented it hotly. If it hadn't been in a church they would have shoved Byron right out through the side of the house. Pres ently Allerton appeared. All -the drummers had been watching the door, and they began to smile and look pleasant the instant old Sam hove in gight. They had smiled at several SAM TALKS BUSINESS. other benevolent gentlemen by mis take, before that, so they were in good practice when the patent-medicine man appeared. Allerton walked up to the pew where Byron, red in the face, was holding the others packed to gether like sardines. There was about six inches of room for old Sam to sit in, and he measures about six feetm the beam. Ho merely glanced into the pew, bowed politely and marched up to the front of the church, where he took a seat right under the pulpit. When the usual time for collection arrived old Sam arose and took one of the boxes. This was a little more than the drummers had expected. They had been prepared to contribute some thing under old Sam's eye, but they hadn't supposed that he would pass the box. He smiled even more blandly as he handed it in, and Byron, who was nearest him, of course felt called upon to start the ante at one silver plunk. The next drummer raised it the limit, which, in his case, was one dollar. By thettimc it reached the last drummer it was necessary for him to put in such a sum that he didn't see how he was ever going to get it back from the house in case he missed Aller ton's contract. Byron didn't like to see the others outdo him in charity, and the other gentlemen had similar feelings, so that, when the box came back through the pow each man added to his contribution such a sum as would make his total exceed that of the next man to him. Then the fellow in the back of the pew signified that his char itable sentiments had boiled over. He waved the "long green" at DeaconAl lerton, and the good deacon promptly passed in the box. Everybody put in something as it went by him, and also when it came out again. But nobody had tho nerve to call it in again, so Al lerton passed on, and the drummers thought they were done with him. He wasn't half through, however. Old Sa'-n walked down that aisle, and around into the other one. He walked into the pew opposite that containing the glassmen, and smiled over the rail ing at them. As Allerton happens to have a decided cast in his eyes, each drummer appropriated that smile to himself, and regarded the contract as good as signed. But just to clinch it and have a perfectly sure thing on the old man, it occurred to each of the drummers that an additional contribu tion was indicated by the symptoms. All their small bills were exhausted by this time and nobody had the nerve to mako change out of the box. When the drummers called at old Sam's office next morning, each one of them believed that tho contract was his, because he had bought and paid for it. But old Sam met them with a smile which shed even more light of Christian charity than he had worn in the church, and said: "Gentlemen, the disposition of my eontract for bottles was determined by the events of yesterday. It is rare that HK WOCXD TASi JUS BOX. I allow business considerations to in 'trude upon my Sunday thoughts. But jwhen our good patfor spoke so feel ingly of kindness and charity and for giveness, it made me feci that perhaps I had been hard upon that old son of a gunj,eblank. At any rate I decided tha.fi would not hastily break off my jarraugements with him. and so I have renewed the contract and have sC-nt it to him this morning. I am pleased to 'have met you all. and will cheerfully bear witness, to your devotion to the icaue of religion. Come around once la year, at least, and oftener, if you feel moved to do .'' The seven talesmen were taken out wf the office in a comatose condition. They hate old Sam to a degree .-.bich makes him very bad risk for a life in surance company, Howard Fieldixo. Imparling Technical Knowlfdc. Mrs. Slodgcrs What are ou clip ping from those papers and pasting tog-ether. Alpheus? Mr. Slodgers (space writer on the Daily Bread) I am making up my .string1. 'Your string? What's that?-' I "It's the" tituff I had in the paper last j week.' f "What do you call it a string for?" "Because it rives me a pulLon the cashier.'' Chicago Tribune - - o6ob C1AL w u- e A m sw3 COHl- s OfK gE NTlSEigjC i&TS0P --ItAroitD.GllANi Engagement Extraordinary, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Nights March 5. 6, 7. Mr. Paul Alexander JOHNSTONE, (WotM Eminent Thought Header.) In his brilliant oud startling exemplifi cations of his strange and and most re markable poweis of READING UNUTTERED THOUGH":. The brain an open bookl Melodies transmitted from mind to mind. Mental pictuies thought of re pinduccd. Note Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock Mr. Johns'ouo will dnve, hilst blind folded, a s-pin of horres through the stieets and find some hidden aiticle. Prices, 23, & and 50 ck. Ladies fiee tickets issued for Monday night only. B. L. Eaton-. Proprietor. E. J. BONHAJI. v Asst. ManascJ HOTEL METK0P0LE ,-9-S'!- Kates $2.00 Per Day Passenger Elevator, Steam Heut, Electrio Light, Baths. Bst sample looms in city WICHITA, KANSAS. HOTEL CAREY. $2 TO $3 PER DAY JIT0. B. CABEY Prop. C. W. CABEY, Mgr lor Itent. Three-story brick building on. Main Stieet. Joe H. LlNDSEr. 129 East Douglas. d93 G6 OrncE or Citv Clekk, ) Wichita, Kansas, Feb 2S. 194. f Sealed bids will be received at thi- office until 5 o'clock p. m., M.irch ,V2V 1S94, or the construction of all the in finished permauent sidewalks, which nre noc in process of cnnstiuction, at 5 o'clock p. ui., March 12, 1S94, .is follows: On weat side of Muiu street from First street to Elm. On the frouth side of William street from City Building to Market street. West, side of Fourth avenue from Doug las avenue to the first alley nortu. On the east side of Fourth avenue from Douglas avenue to fnsi aliey north. On the south side of Douglas avenue in frout of lots Xos. 59, 01, 03 and Gl Griffen stlne's second addition. Ou west side of .North Maiket street in frout of lots Xo. 39 .aid CI, original town, between Fint and Second streets. Walks to be constructed of stone, ce ment, brick or genuine Trinidad lake as phalt, as per plans and specifications on file in the office of the citj engineer. All bids must be accompanied by a cer titied check 'for 100 00 as a guarantee of good faith. The mayor and council reserve the right to reject any or all bids. C. S. fcMITH, 3t City Clerk. Hack Line, Perry, Wharton to Stillwater. Leaves Si ill water 7 a. m.; Perry 1 j. m. Also Ex change stabler at Orlando and Stillwater. We make a specialty of carrying passen gers between tbete Doiut. SHIVELt, YaXWYCK & SlHVELT, d21tC Santa T'e iCoule to California. Bound trip tickets toSm Franci-co and intermediate points, 20 one way, first cls- passage. W. D. MCRDOCK. District Passenger -Ayent, 15S North Mam street, aud Douglass avenue stutiou. Excursion to Tcxa I'ulnts. On Dec. 12. 193, Jj,u, 9, Fok 14, March 13, April 10 antl May S, lb94, the Great Hock Island will sell tfcket to all points m Texas at one fare for the round trip. 1 kkets are good for t hirty days, and stop overs will be ur.iti led on oiuii trip in Ok lahoma, Indian Territory aud Texas. For further infcraiaiiou cnll at Rock I-l.tnd ticket ottice, corner Alaiu street-and Doug la.s avenue. J. H. PlULUPs, 39 tf City Ticket Agent. M nt-1c-tzr ttirUnh DImouJ Rru. rENNYRQYALPILLS i rv;-.Ttia. fiivi i saw ifiwwe. TJ.e Jh v T'.X u Atii-. 5fci-rf,"wJ toir- 1 t. 2if k kiepi Sac Wrtla-a-. VnusunsUi a B -Urtlrf rr LaIr. m Irtrr j rrtea Sights and Scenes of the World. Part 13, Knmfcer 3. Numbers Changed Every Day. Cut this coupon out and keep it until three of different num bers are accumulated, then for ward them together with FODRTWO CIST POSTAGE STAMPS To the Coupon Department, WICHITA DAILY EAGLE, and you will receive the elegant portfolio of photographs as ad vertised. See our advertise ment on another page. GUT THIS OUT, COUPON HO. 1 "Tie Magic City" One Dime in 'Coin. Please send Part 1 to Town'. I State Coupon changes Thursdays and Saturday. There will ba two mnnbeis issued each week. "Pel haps, you would not think so. hut a verv lare portion of disease in New York comes f torn cirele-sness about stitching cold," 8uys Dr. Cyan Edson. "It is such a simple thing and so common that very few people, ui-less it is a case of pneu monia, pay any attention to a cold. New York it one ofthe healthiest places on the Atlantic coast aud yet tbera are a great many en- es t catarrh aud 01 sumption which h va heir oriciu in this nalecc of the s.nip.ec precaution of eveiy day life. The most bensihle advise is, when you have one get rid ot it as soon as possible. By all means do not neglect it." Dr. Edson does not tell you how to cure a cold but we will. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will relieve the lungb, aid expectoration, open the secretions and soon effect a permanent cure. 25 nnd 50 cent bottles for sale by nil druggist. tx ursions. On Jan. 16, Feb. 13, March 20. nnd April 24, 1SJM, the Mi-souri Pacific Railway company will sell excursion tickets to the following described territory at one fare for the round trip: To all points on the St. Louis, lion Mountain aud Southern railway in Arkansas, east of aud including Fort Smith; on the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis railway, in Missouri beond Spiiugfleld and iu Arkansas on the Kansas City, Memphis and Birmingham railw; ou the Mobile aud Ohio south of Tupelo; on the Illinois Central railway south of Memphis, but not including New Orleans. The limit ou these tickets will be thirty days from date of sale. For further information call at the Missour Pacific ticket office, 114 North Main Mreet Wichita, Kansas. E. E. Bleckley, Pass aud Ticket Ageut. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives tho best satisfaction of any cough medicine I haudle, und as a seller leads all the other preparations in this market. I recom mend it as the best medicine 1 ever handled for coughs, colds and croup. A. W. Baldridge, Millersville, III. For sale by all druggists. For Kansas City, St. Louis and all points east take the Missouri Pacific railway. Tiains leave Wichita at 1 o'clock p. m f and 9.05 p. m. No change of cars. For seven years or more Mrs W. D. Louder of Quiucy, Ky., whs subject io severe attacks of cramp colic. Mr. S It. Morse, si diuggist of that place, recom mended Chamherl tin's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Rtmedy, which has effected a permauent cute, saving her much suffer ing besides the trouble and expense of sending for a doctor, which was often necessary. For sale by all druggists. MeTr'Jr.ilnSorvcc Commencing October 22J the Great Rock Island railway will Snougurate a new tourist car line between Chicago, Wichita, Fort Worth, El "Pao, Los Angeles and Sau Francisco without change of cars. This car will leave Wich ita daily for California points at 7:20 p. ni. and for Chicago and points east at 0.23 a m. The Gieat Rock Island is tbe only lino uinniug through tourist cars to C.iliJ fornia without change of cars. For fnrthbr paiticulars call at Rock Island ticket office, corner Mam and Douglas avenue. J. II. PHILLIPS, Citj ticket and passenger agent, Chi cago, Rock Island and Pacilic railwiy. 135 tf A seveie rheumatic pain in the left shoulder had troubled Mr. J. II. Loper a well known druguist of De-s Moines, Iowa, for over six months. At times the paiu w.is so severe that he could not lilt any thing. With nil ho could do he could not get rid of it uutil he applied Chamber lam's Pain Balm. "I only made three ap plications ot it," be say?, "anil have since been free from all pain." He nn.v recom mend it to persons similarly afflicted. It is for sale by all druggists. ArtTlcetoMoinors. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup Miould alwaj s he used forchildreu teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, one-, wind colic, and is the best remedy for di.ithoea. Twenty-fiva cents a bottle. Used by millions of motheis. dG4tfw-50tf Tbe Western Trail is published quarter ly by the Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific rsilway. It tells how to get a farm in the west, and it will be sent to you gratis for one year. Send name nnd address to "Editor estern Trail, Chicago," aud re ci ive it for one yer free. 247 12c John' Sebastiak. G. P. A. Jtl2l Fire or Fnrlire J'anlcs Should lend at once to John Sebastian, general ticket pgens, Chicago, Rock Island aud Pacific railroad, Chicago. Ten cent?, in stauscj-. per Dacfc for he slickest cards you er'sliuflled. For $1 you will receive xee by expre.i ten packs. rand KedaEoa in Cllf raU Kte ri Santa Fe Houie. Commencins March 1st the Santa Fe company will sell tickets to thtrir local CnlUornia points at following prices: 'First-class limited S.G0 Round trip.... .35.50 m,;j uaiuu turn. j, .w .. w..-.,... i and two to three dv lime vrd. Apply j ID . U. Ml.tmM.'.lU - - 355 N. Maiu St., or Douglas Avenue Sta. dSS-tf. For Sl-. Eighty acres, ten miles northeast of Wichita. Fifty acres it cakivtioii: all fenced. Price SI.QOCL Ear tenn. One hundred and sixty acres, well iin- J pru.ru uuc aun vut: un iuia wvj. Price $3,200. Ksy trm. Ona hundred feet on North Lwrencet east front. Price tl,S0flL Ey term. Good property in all parts of the dty, cheap and on ta-v terms JOF H. LlNTSzr. :23 East Douglas. d83 6; S 3 Cts. i The Peoples Column. The Want Columns of a Dally Paper tell yon w here it pays to advertise. If j on Iwe anything to BUY, SELL, TRADE OR RENT, try these columns. BSTayable Strictly in Advance. No advertisement taken for less than 10c. One line advertisements charged same rate as two lines. Prices given under classified beads, in this column applicable only to local advertise ments. No foreign advertisements taken at atxne rates. Answeia to advertisements ent In care of the Eaglk office should be called for within ten dajs after insertion. When advertisers n ish repl ys forwarded to them stamped envel opes must besent. Reference to tormeradvertisemtnts should give description and date of insertion or copy ot the advertisement should he sent. Not responsible for advertisements given or discontinued by telephone. Classified advertisements wu be Scents per line each insertion; average seven words io line, agate Keasareinent. V J2i TlUJFl'MALK 11ELP. Li.Ucr this 1 1 tad ou ier ilns perdiiy. Domestics. "WANT ED-Glrl for kitUien work only, reference required. Airs. A. W. BltUac U57 N. Ti-jKiVa ue a-tf Y AMD A goodalrl for ceaeral hoaseArrk, C..il.ai.s.i. Klvai view ao. -jj-ot W'ANTLU Girl, 14 ur njeirsof ago to assist in u Kltcuen work: German IH preieueu. uanui Til Ida ae. City. 35-3 'ATED-A COMPHTEXT GIK1. FOR GEV l eral lioueuoilt Mrs. Klger. south wc-t cor-ii-r Empoiia.aid Ctniral. W it I'fANTEII-A filUT. Olt WOMAN FOR G!:N"- W cial house" uk. N"on but espeneuced neip neta jpi i . can at 2.J Nortu tmporm ac. dSUt TTTANTED-SIKONG Qlllh THAT UNDEi:- fT stands houscniiri. wants place In priiate lamny in city ur touuiry. is, euro jmio ouno. dJ3 3t' w rANTI.D a GOOD WOMAN 'IO WOKK IN fjuilly. Iiajulrc, lil N . TopeKa a e. ua it HI ifcratitinfoiiH. w ;ANTI.U APPI.EN'UCC GIRL WANTED iiresjiuuAiiij at riettuci uiuck, rosiu oi. ill tv Situations Wanted Female. TfrAX'lED-A MlUATION'ASbTENOGRAPH- ir la olO busliiei tioue during for iioouk. Can nlva satlsfactury reference. Addres X. V. this oiUlo. UI -'f WAXTED--MAJjISJI ISLf. tliilei lliln liettdSc per Uii lci Cay. lious. salesmen. Trades. Sittiations Wanted Male. VrTAN'TED-BY BOV AOK.D 17. PLCE TO DO YV au k.utl of work, ftuai work pi ef erred. AUdresa 14 s. Luwrcnco uvo, vi ill wi A G EX TS WANTED. I luVi lliii lirml 3. per .l)io ik r.lny. IXrANTI.D-GLN'l- 'JO TAKE ORDERS BY T samples; wo will pay espouse and saury or allow llbe.ul commission, smnpli's sent on uppll- culion. AauiosM iock ooz i, .ow xork uny. ii'.b 2t &Sun AT Lfer WU HAVE IT KEEN. BUIGIII' and brainv men and women wanted tery wheieiotake orders "SHEPP'n WORLD'.-) PA IK PHOTOGRAPHED.' unli boolc of coDrIirhted p' otogi-aplis of bulidins, scenes and exhibits of me norws uoiumoian l.immuon; ai inoiiztaoy the Exoositioa ilnuaLrcu'LUt: OiUlIhI Ceilltl(.ate nc- tomiiauies e.ich olitiue. Uoii.nizii for workers. dtop etij tlilni: .ind luindie It; JOU will maUe money fast: books rend; credit ulven; big conunis- sions uiuitateil iirLUhus. tenus. ri.hJi. auuim Globe Bible Pub. to., 1A( Deaibo-n -U. tliltuo. Ill ,orPhila.Pu. dl.11 1W wed. fii i,sJit WANTED M ISVEL l,AXEO V is l iuIli Hilt. IimhISi, lot liiiftier dm AM'i.D A man to takemi odce and repre- " lescma mr.nui inurer, ?ou pel week, am ill capital lequlred. Address witu stump. Jl'ft'. Box -1.'. CoiiLotd Junction. Jlass. W At SAt 4t ClIiAIRVOYAXl Know thy fate. Your Destiny foretold by the World'- Mo-it 1-anions Jiedlum. Mndum Zita i.e unex. leco-nized by iho ptev and scientists gcnetall .istlic toicmostclult wy.uit and 11 at.co meiliuni of mcdurii Ili.it". liasuiilifii Here and can hecon-uited for askurt time only at htr looms iiON. Mam --a. Jl.t lam Ias Kenx's leadings on iitoia niiicn repeats ana predicts tho pat,pr ent and fututo ate of the hi-lnrs older ami superior i iiiuvo ui .my mo uuiu inau eer isueu mis city . SI edesadiccon all matters, business anil iolkiI nffali", join neys. siiecuiatlon, loe. marriage, la.v suits, uimini,- the srpfrated and doln' soai to all tli it call ou net and follow her advice. Hocrs 'J a. m. to 9 pin. iUN..Mnln. Letters with 1 enclosed will be promptly answeicd. 1 ; AM ED-IP YOU WANT A GOOD 3IAT- tret or bed spring ot j cur old mattres-j le inade dll at S2S i.. Douglas. e iIso do all kinds of uphoistoiin-'. sp.in lepairliu etc. 8J E. Dou'l is, B. P. Wilkie A, Sons si t TANTEI)-ANY O.Vl. GOING 'IO THE bTIClP w ith a team to haul a Io id ot lumber to Pond Cieek lmjulm i -listfiihem -t, UUi ? AM ED TWO GOilD MZED BItOUD inures. SluH beclieap for cash Also double li irncss and lumber wa.'ou. Aduiesi P. True blood, Ka.'e omec. in tt ' ANThD-THfvEE OR POUR.CNFURNIbll el rooms lor licht houtekeeuln Cull or. id- dresss ,2i N'ew York aenue. 4 A UrA.NrfcD-UL'sISE&S MEN WHO Alii. IN need of Mrst-clat ace untanu, cieiki or stenographers to apply at tho W'ich.t.i Lommcicljl collet. .M. C. A ouildiLi:. t. U. Robliii. pres. mo tt w TAN! ED-TO BUY A GOOD HORSE AI-D bUL'fj: noetuo. ITjNilarket. Milt W'AN'IED-htHOLARb IN" POINT ANDMOD- em lace aork. letms nsisonable. Mls-j Mnrcaiat Thomson. 'JU south E iwreute a've. dSl TAN"lKD-nx0 OF WOODMAN CLAIM'S. f Will buylroratllO qautin; Ioivet pnee. fcend amount and jirice to "spot Cajh," fc.a,'le oltice. dSllw. Y ANTED-Tu TR DE a FIVB ACRE VINE t jardiuLu-, viue'las Co.. Cal., for 2nd liand furniture, Ac. J, 1 uriey A Co., -Ou N. Main st. d;tr l ANTED-WE WAKT A LI&l OF HOL-Jvs V tomoc. Iiaecu oract. Mutt be seed title ami noni llrtt luiud-, Brius In yonr farms and city retldnutt. Also temuirs for ood rental IiroprMj. N, i Niederlur der A to. sa t "1 OOK' fcEh! OCR GASOLINE .STOVE 1- rteds cleaning and rpairins Ne will flx It up and truaruniei- u to work like new- one. J. I urlt .v Co . zu N. Main si. d W tf UAN1LD-A JEW tjtRM LOAN.-. Ci.f. immediately, ii. L. uarvrr.orcr.So. 2US N Mail ki. iU.U ANTED-I'EJ.bUN's IMERfchllD IN A praetiial r(!uca!u!i to vl-it the SilrtliB est rrn BbMi.t-ss Coiiece. Aetu-jl tu!i ts practice ai both !ay and Tilc lit sessions. tutla.t 4-JU J-lou-la ave. Hi tt FOll SALEMiicellancom. .ut . ur ..- ft .ay J7'tiRsALt-4jw.IC-r-ia-VTiI llcaeap this week, call lrum lu ti li at 6-3 N". Enaport are. I 56-J ro!:ALE-A GO'D YOCMJ JACK. VISSOt'itI X bied. Wlii trade for hortca or cuw. Itinlreor c. O. t. alia. her. Uilv ivr Ja Jioiu. aurir Eleventh aud Main. Wich U. tuc vt I?K "ALL-A H R-E. UAt.znsi AND TOP bojy N kiop-j-Ia Euro. utea'eod I,X;i ALfc. A GOD YOUNG JEItoilY COW. ii.Nurth I'Ji nii 4 326. I "OR -ALfc- D..AFT HORr-FINE. FAT .n y-. 3rej:-ldU.jaJiiiU.te ae. iSd to, 17-.0 itf- fomr tuit.ycnip.tjttsrr?ut Talae. J. B. Miuiuri,. mlW uurun& Hone. IOR SJLE A NICE IJT OF 2ND-HA'D FHrBlt.re. atui Cws- More. Oa.-Ua start. VexhcT tl. U rhap Jor inh ur eaij" prJc J Tin-ley A Ot . ZUS. Ala rt c 'JH U ?crix mce--7tkv itooM ih?Csj. OtvU aj vd i.' :t iot on W tJAUth a.ve. HefOir iu. SZi Watih. FOUaI.I.Ja3ACRLS1XXI,SGfA.V COVK jy Kaa. ra-r lat-d. jlria; rrrr fnm tprtzs Cl.raper t&b ih- atrip. r.)t. a. IJ. Ked. in . Jiatari. aUxta WniaicJ 1-rt. IOR -ALE- AC: FIN'EST rsV.V. L.VND ' ttsitirfrtCu. tB aerr 1 csjIUriniwa. 2il zesey i't wt .AO arte for ?Br crop lw Sal cre stnc 3 bo4tcjaJaJ.lialAOoe v.ert4 xgt lout t-ra.-ii..TitL-.io. tajif ctSt"11 cnt minn taX,ou. . creal t.nps!a t tii per xcre W u McCtKCXV. Zi j-edgfiCfc !.C A ac 1 i lItAALVHOjiSFOtt SALfiCHKAf; aHV m i.fii.-c to la'jrc U:UikC 1st eteuxt CO-, 1?"OXSAi.E-S9 iii.AU TICKKTs, AT U6 i'Olt (U N 1 6 'NI JJEABEL THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Yonr Wants Snpplied F OR 5AT.E-FRUIT TREE'S, KOSES. &Hi;UB ber ornamental aud shade trees. Flro-class noct. True 10 name at reasonable prices. Calton or address W. F. Schell, Nursery man. Roain 28 Sedcwlck bloclc City. """ F 'ORSALE-It:ON pCOLrJIXS Use PER LB. irou JAatei jc ecjo. ishchiwiak. FOIZ SALElieal Estate. ITOR .SALE Y TUCKER t SPKXCER Jr C room honie. barn, tvro low. $3M, 8 room house. 2 lots. 3- 5 room cottase. 2 lots, FtO. 7 room rtntace. 2 ot. fSx'. fi room house, scxKo ft of ground. ISjO. 8 room houe, -4 lots, IjcO. T room house, barn. 4 5o:s KJl. 7 room house, barn. 21ots.$i3). 6room house, barn. Sjxlt ft. f va TUCKEit X- SPENCER. d93 a -tC E lusla. FOR JREXT Booms. EOR RENT Three to five roojis partly furnUb el or unfiirnlshed. forllcht hja.ckeeplns. U0S E. Don2Li-ve. 'sv6 F OU RENT-FUUMSjIIED FRONT ROOM 3t2t ICW a month. JSa fcs .uain st. FOli RENT-CFUi:NtoHCD FRONT ROOM with dresolne room, ti per month.- C55 V 3lar Vetst. olSu l?OR RET-THREE FURNISH! D LOOMS JC for luht liouefci-epln:r. with'u ore block of street car line and eourt house. UI N Market st. dt2tt FOR JtEXT Mouses. i ju'er Hii tir.ul 3 ier lUiri eri iy FOR ill NT-TEN' ROOM HOUSE Willi ALL modern im;rovtuients: le im heat. Emju ro ot Joe Bru-aker. ioom.s 1 aud a. ill N.31iin. 10 tf TTOR REM'-A CONVEN'IEN'I AND NICELY V Idrnishtd hoo--. nnmlier UI N. Market st. Very reasonable rent to eexxl tenant. For partlcu. lars. call uiotnlugsat 101-N. Lawrence ae. Sdtf 1,-toR RE .T MODERN UuUjsEs. aIO ? business houses. Isnet Br. latt fOR RKM'-HOlWEs IN ALL.PARI-s OF! HE tlii uy iuiuaat Auikaiu. iw . jii ts..s-i. i- OR REXTMiceliunrous. I iiiUr 1I1 shid S.pr Iin peril ly 170R REN r STOIC E ROOM THE ROOM NOW . occupied by Bradronl. Ml North Main street. WlllbejaCHtedApiillot A. II. Leed. tfl ICt TTiOlt IlEST-SHI DS AND BUILDINGS. CEV- Sl tiaily locatea enclosed with fence; suitable for lumtici Jurujuia noouamui; cnoap rcui, enquire at MUJ E Douzlas uve. ui ol' TTOR KENT-SrORK ROOM AND MlAT MaR- X ket. and all fixtures complete. Been doln? i;ood business. Enquire at 4&f S. Ith. d 93 bl FOR RENT 120 ACRE FARM fa' MILES FROM town, bmall tracts of tfaxden hiuu. Cono A- co . arr e Dousios. dean FORRI.NT-PHCTOGRAPH GAIjLEKY: OcD stand. Bfstlotatiou In the tit)', luauire at Barnes a Newcoai 's music store. it FEED AND GRAIN. Under This Head Zc Fcr Line Pel Day. E RAN, tit t-H OR i, 75. TELEPHONE 891. W. r . ruckett. irj vt uotuias are. uu u LOST, I v.Vr II. ! I'uitl .".aver lufi r.lnv. FOUND. 1 rrter il I ieml3opfrlfiiiperrtn.y. rfiTi TiAr Rtna hv neroriltli ami Jiaipona ave, ana ae-curaieiy uo scrlbiui; contents- d 10 tt FOR TRADE 1 1 fn lli!" hi jd Si! per Una prr ittv r-OK TRADE A RtSIDENOE rOR stock. Heuly A Moore. LIVE (Slf rrsASviAf.. WE HAVE MONEY 'W LOAN ON COLL AT eral security, Lieurance & Jackson. 151 V, Main st. tues thura. s.it- tf 61 SOME HOME MONEY TO LOAN ON WELL liapro ed farm or city prniierty. Keach & Du uols, Attoi neys. JA Sedgw lck block. d 1C 5t ro r cxrjfj no :. riW EXCHANGE-GOOD i'HM IN VALLEY JL Center township. Pi ice t&W, clear of luctim b anee; for strictly good W It hita resldento property cone A Co. dia 7t ?1 iscclUtn eou. FERSONA.E. Under Jhls head'x: pel Hue jwrttay PERSONAL-I A A CHEYENNE FAHMER. .b yeats old itid want a woman. None but a ooU eunk and housekeeper need apply. & Alli.'J'Keene. U. r. MSI Lik'l!s.i-Al.I Alt A nilKVKNSk FAlUlM!. X Ztieais old. ana want a woraai. Nono but asoodcafk anil houstkeeler need apply' J. D, Cioss. U'lveejie.U 1. 3 it' ATTOIiXEaTS AT LAW. a. x. nut sen, Attorney at Law. Rooms 7 and 8, Citizen! Bank Build ing, d 03 lrn jonx E. 81IIFMAX, Attorney-fit- Lair, Has recently locatM In Wichita: Will practice In all the conns and clre n-ompt uttentlon toall Imi Iih's lntrntril to his care, Ofllco rooma I and X JCN.Malnbt. t9-lm W. E. .STAM.FV. J.E. HUM. STA X L El' .t VME. Alfornys at I xw. Wichita. Kansas. Wichita Hair Bazar. 337 :r. Slain St. Up Stairs. Hair DressinK and Manfcure T'arlor. General asfiicy for Mr. Gerralsc Grahara'-i Ccleliratctl Toilet Goc-11" ml Cosmctfca. Auents w?intrd in adjacent town-. Kid Gloves Cle-aneil. I'atro isc oUcIti. a! ra. J. M. Lcveridi'e Prop. DENTISTS. J. C. WILSOX, DENTIST. 1 IS E. Dowjtan. T-'fth Extracted bj El'rt.-Icity without pain IV Teeih Filled vrjti -llTrT Sc Tth UPrd wiih Pl-'tlnn - - - V T'-cUi FHI-d wjUi uold - - lUtnaadnp ll xrt of Uppr or Lower Tf-h iti". Th 1 no better rojk ini matter hour rosch jott pay. All work -mil rai.ts3 L. EXO DAT, r. S. Honorary trradnit ot Ontario 'VtrrlaAry OHfKft. Toronto. Out, Ofl"c Pxdnfei-ttK-, 1(4 orth I.Air-rars-' avenue. WIchi'H. KnJii. Call- b mall, tele graph or telT!.G"" antwetwi prompjlr. dafor II. C Donlir Undertaker and Embalmer, i35 . Mttln, A icbl PboneSOS. Kansas Steam Laundry 122 & 124 & La-rencx Are. All ork fiUHTMUltu to 1 turned on !n Rood order. Goods delivered io any prt of tbe city. Telepbooe 133. A sects in other towns traate-l. IL WOODY, Contractor al Guilder. Etir--3tes rnralah'l ou all cl&sj!Of luiUdinp-, JoIj work siren special atteutioa. OJS-"- and riideuce 1053 X. Tup;k3 ave. 'Wichita- Si lm Itnt-rmxTlt 'UZ'' ef Tla On SAata Fe UtmUt oa Sasdat- rartralo- XOT.lStb- OkX-nhn'TtAA-HiFt. Worik rX pnr wHl Iraye at fci5a. ra. tfjed ul 7iSt u m. torhs rlv Tfec Eaj;Irool -x-pre-'A dJ!y rxcepi- Sand? will fere V CiSa-ai. JBteadofS-JOjuta. dl5l tf L-raTc Perry at luii p. m. asd rvtarmlac leave SUIittaxer at 7-33 t. ta, db8 tt TCUSZ8 i'OEa. Ft -JLj7-i'i DiL J. E. BENlETT, PILES. FISTCTJk.ri9 SVRK. ami a.l Atse ef tbe wtjB eurad wlUoat knife. liM nrcattlc, cur saar antecd. No sosey to V paid until yes c well. PKIVATE DISEASES In bolt) texs qstcklr nnd radically cared oa the aot xeaeBAbl t-l-HW. - FEMALE AILMENTS .n sLncorrnwt. palufat prrtHQ-s, uu a prcuity ocsnuuu'ri ir-.coa Hdeiitlal and luvtteeL OOci- on from 3 a. la. to 7JU p. blz bauOaya twtli l-n- in. Call 1 at offlei: opposite Mnif-Hi A McNa-Bar. DE. J. E. BENXETT. 126 3f. Maiu St.. Wichita. Xs. J.O.DATns.Prt. A.FaclksmC THE CfTlZENS' : BANK. OP WICHITA. Kansas National JBank OP WICHITA. Money to Loan on Good Secur ity at reasonable rates. 64 (Es.tabllsb.ed in.lS76) HEALY & DEWEY, FIRE INSURANCE, WICHITA, KAN. None but first class companies represented All tv ho insure with Us will Ilud their inter ests closely guarded. M-tf PHYSICIANS. DR. W. F. FJRR, CHKOJiIC, Nervon--. and PriTata DiseHses.nud DiseusM of Women: denn:el or suppressed mt-ustraation. ftom wintt ever cause, speedily restored by Electric ity. Strictures, Pile. Goitre, &c quickly cured by Electrolysis, or no char-'. Al-a keeps the best, pill made for all meustrunl derauenieuts--ent to any addresa on receipt of price.fl.OO per box gUHrunteed. Should not b used during prr-funncy. Cor respondence iurited nnd confidential. Office 250 N. Maiu St.. Wicbiti, Kansas. DR. FL EMMA COlili, r-n:il- Hint cLIIdrenn dlwaMs a t4clalt. IlcniffcrladleadurlniC couflliesicnt. Mrtellr prU -ateTAlicii odtulrtd, also permauent bouica pro Tided torelilidren vLen desired. l.Uc cflii(;ul U confldclitu: aud bkwered liruuiuily llouia III Idu Aie-uuc Wlcliita. Kanaaa. E. E. UAM1FTOX, JJ. D 127 Ji. Market St. SPECIAL'IILLSj U-f,Eiir,Ko and Throat. rtll-tf RAILROA D SCUOOI., Tiie National is Uie only school in America, - here tiie Kcholars jct the acuta! training tho same as if they wero on Tlie JJaln Line," station work, telei-raphy, express buHiiccs, Western Union. A'to short hand and typewriting. 3rd iloor Fin-banli block, cor. l.t and Marki-t, Wichita, Kan., Prof. J. 11. Startzell, Prin. G. GEHRING, DRUGGIST. (Dentfche Apothekc.) JN'. E. Cor. Uoualaa and Topvka Art' Phone 268. W Ichita, Kan. O. JiUCK WALTER, D. D. S Onlr dentl-it !ierr Tho at n or can ptt t h Imp t. ed JHthod of -tnctlnc teeth wlthcut pain. Kffecia loc.d-trce from tMd"n. prfJ' no will rffec's can ! "J-ed frefly. mfflr In Vety ort Cunra of Heart, Luni. crvo trouble. trBc-mteof I'oc.iinn.Oan. Ulier. lilorofor-n eu.penda the ntAt functtoua ore ilangtroa. Office 2& E. Douglas Ave, Wichita, Kan. T. J. IJOG-J3KS & CO., FIRE -:- INSURANCE. 112 E. 1st., Wichita, Ks, GEO J. CAMPBELL & CO. Fire (I Tornado Insurance Real Estate and Loans. 142 N. Main st. Wichita, Ks fRICfS ! MD DSC- frioH. !07.5.nAirt." WICHITA. 3rUvSIC AND ATUV. SICK NICK CONSERVATOi: 1 OF MUSIC (SltcoTfon'vii I 222 Stud'Tjta last year. Send for CrtaJoguo and Term. $i 11 1 Si WSYXIVK. I-mrtTioN-s oiv s if on. j-OKTKjtr, ltnlCitm lcliUiZ tt'rtlHAlll if lt toatvf. utmtrr rrr 1 UL Terr U " U l-s-i lrlie 1 -' a txxa li " J o K9U ", "i-l biv,. a t II T. fi. t.,XE. nrr ruso t:h is run htxtk. roller " ctp- it 1A aid- i4ir. 1 ft. Jlr-f-t.-WliWla. Jid , CUT 1iatn slr-r nctal txUiAie " c ojjsio.v youit CA1TLE, HOGS XSp SHEEP HEALY& MOORE.. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCH'TS Cnfon Stck TnJi WieW. - flrn t tc.ti i-atat -.torrsfif. ISRAEL BROS. Heal Jfflntc nnd iteuts. uo4i Mrmt "-!. ; trs fuan txZZrr i1 "w r -x .kj Mfc- -- n.i ;" " ht-"T -.!-- !-' r tMV'rSrt yti frr ? Wt--r, A S"i ssufcs-- is r l5 a tan until i -. u iW- Ur &. tniaJ $? W ra :nL huh JB4rV S" J j&r?jt '& f:Ti!f fi-" i'iStiS .-a-?: .4ti!g'a&'afcf5-aftA ,.. -aJt -r nJj.iJi