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Si 0) . 1 "0 Si to ADVKKTiEir Our rati s for adterllhliis uliall le an low as lhofceori.ni uthe-r paper or espial lalne asan advertising medium All transient ailrertlfemeiitsmusl hi; paid ror In advance ' i l.ttlrrrd ta if P.iUoj"cr rl 11 i.i, ft irroni- Wit.it natter, an I ftitricd to tin it'tton Irrough tUt noii at in. n RAILROAD TIMU TABLUS. 'I he rollmv instable pile" theamial anddi parture' of trains at W Ichita t ATCHIM)X, TOIT.KA A hAVTA YY.. (iOIMi S)1"1 II. lllUll I ii.au l:iirrsH "Si A M ltfiprew l,l' ' Ae Freight 3.-itr M Ac Krclghl S I 1' M Wiehita I. !i IX) 1" M ' cjiTixirMTuiiu .-I Aiuiivr I " ill Katmandu i:pnn I il!?-; ) i:pres- 5S.-.1' M . -Ap FreiKht 11 r.A M l;-l M Ituiin elallv. ll others dail 'eept Sunday m' i.ori'Tjt x riiANui-co m ; tram .Mttlltrain from 't IiulnaiTiTCatr.- leaiesfor tin- nortli at ari' in Mall leave's for ll'u past nttt a in tx t WnCIUTA A"VKilI!ItV cpommxlation Ipbti-i Hip I'nlon doiMit for (I p at Hi J", a in ; KrcU'lit lixit at at 11 ) in Ki-turiiiiic, Ipatcn ClunpvatS lop in , nrrhins t I'nlon Ii i"it nt S no inoUnK uinmi tmn for Kansas ("it witlithe Titular jiaH-nKPr nun thetxiutn sr i.orii. 11 LDTT A WICHITA iiitny I LtAMW Ar rpie!it 7 ria in I l.t A Mail iwia Y. .'.Mall i. JiSji in lYriRlit Mini a F"ri!Kl)t i3i m I .r r rriRlil 'PUii WMl'X r:ni.i:iT. VY" 'Jl'i , j I . fir i l.fr, itururntM ta thin -..niB iriHfcf rhri)f, ol Ihr vl of l'i ' pn hf ! i""1 rtr (iimrd taint hi lm 2m.-w Tirivil li '1 ,)! a pMl, ihtI iipW. pair of ailjustalili'-clatiip r..HiT str.tii. hear diln fcs iKistofflPf Iion M -' ' Ur two f.s. rooms on w I Kl) IN (iters m poml floor '" .lonii iiw tww Imll'l- I ini;, l.'iliouiiluH avium Si tf " rmMXCv i -sr.MhU-MHu ami wire without Mnall " Uiildttii Hie mail to tkp pUsTRe of our rjrnU'inilpi soiitli l Oanlpti I'l"" n,l l '. woman to '! liiiuse , n ijuieiiKui'".""1- ( Ail.lr.si Vtindsor ltro . at i.craeu Jim" y u lpi.it j u.-(-j-wi:- 1irtlK-linor twi'lw hlKh-cradp two- viar-old 1iu1I-k)1, hardy, lilpikv ' nmi-nt lor the ranRi ; loinr v-arlinj; v"'1'1." Address Windsor I'.ros nnlen IItilnorllIli- ita, Kantas '!fii!IiL. WWllil) Board ntid lodrfiiR Inaprivate r.n.u In .-. Klmrlp ntlwnan iMitbi I , this otllrp "TTTANlKIl lo rpnt a roonv Jn house; nirmr Market ltiitl f.riitj;lii'iiiiri oiipnmlsis w-tr yiiuti HnnlU'i I'M! tir.WUJi-li' i" a k l. nx.aw nitll lltltl fit! wl rami I y liirAi : unt nn l rson "n Iriip iKat Is p'apaMe or liandliPR "liorsi I at all j.ir De JJi f-usia - w r K v I'll l .. -ll mo wroiiil-liaii'l lml s..tti'nL'-innrliiiiP poo.1 MJian , "VlU tnki' sis lulu push l.niju'ri at tliisnnlie . 1 l-tf -a r r k VI V 1 1 T .. r-tit xniplp or iiliasant f t? OUIPIS 111 HO' "I-" IJ... "..-. '" "r 'las aiinii.-, near tin- iinplpiiiont utor.s Jn- .. .i ....ti.it... -.1 linn juireor l)r rtirlrv III mo iiaii.uiiji. ' - Y ir VM KK-A him r for tin. Plin1ppl m-ivhhi of lB'nl. arooMIHK i.xpiniii mm '"'- tlull, ill tlllB or UU olli.T tiiuii..; , uatind iiiii, Mi ..".. li ii ""ij lirtMUi-A ImviT Tor a sei-Uon nt" land u.-ar Uifiie-pnpp -r aim Willi the linillein' ol one or tw h-pUuiis nion nt Wt. mr ni rn : nil vw II watered and p)..iip utopk and (iirm laiidn SoSmvily.MuiiAvVllliite '''-G V.r MKl.-i:irvlj t Mun A Will.fte hol loknoH thaf-nmlj, '.. t... tu.iImu ..ii.l sleen I, ssrenl estate Hrm, lire In me nei i ii (-"" liari:.ilmiiiiiiHkiti.U..l i.mierly: that tliey ate rvliali!)-. and want to M' ou lx-fore von m-11 or liny d-jc-m TT T I.II A Birl , lilnrnl at tliijeiiK lijnk vsaiti i . pi ipil r. .l p.-iii r witli-l" piiretm Ii '' aens o. land in nr tow li I'li-asr nddre 31 S . I,.i'l oIIIp. cUt.injr ImntUin tuid imn 10-lu W irwn.li- prl to lo RPiwral himnework InniiiriM.r V 11 uuiiis; ii-u-i. TirMl.li-t liuji r for a p1kmp trk ranch V. i.r;,i.-'l iiireu "if hi. I lmrttaill for tin- riciit nun d r.-tr 1'... . lm .utr nrrp II T FniiMiA'o 'irtMl.li- lilivir lor a njilemlld stork rnmh.ir M.IS) aprei, flt l-r '". i't It, no nmnt, Uanwis .1 Htreams or rnniiliiK !tnr. Llacri oi vimu. r, si inh ............. t Mkiurres are iIioIpp lnndii rr raniiliii; An ,,,,,,,. liarFa,., j,,,,.!,.... v r 1 i:il 'In rent a i.lcrly rnrnlsnpu linnj l.oar.1 II I ration pleasant and pentral Adilrwis this otBc. " tr .in t.k.o... i.r iwo Lreimeiinui ....u . r . rl 11 ivnl.l.nun 1i ).u that it is V " i..ni. ir ii.ijr.Hit li iro to Harden l'lnin .all.stn'pAR-liVloJiqAlaiid i .t -tr -H j J ru.,Ai'iKv j "V r wil.D-I aii.l-lnnprs to know that we hai for snip all the biMrt lanilsiiparliar d.nl'la.n ImiopA l'n.i: irMhl-Itiiid-liuiT to know that m liaip math arraiir-i'niPiiU will' ""; v lit iiardin l'lain to kwp im-in at rcliioii rati s .vj.tj Tam-oii A I'ise T-AMI.H rT'i'd name fM Dtan 1 Itn lb lean uld liv Bitting Briw tr xrwil.ll -A Kir -" (,o iiiMiwworK 111 a Hinall nuiitli inmnreai nur. ........ irll.li-siii lii pa) ta vps 011 uprm or rni.H laud r.tr the w or it ,-.ir 11 i' i'kiimiAui tr-KI- tenant for a uplmulld ottipe' rt.oinoior J uller A on'it il-l-tr ,;r vir.l Buiers lor 2.1 loton l,awr.nip( ' ami 'loiM-ka aicnurs in IiIim ksl ainH, Unite A I'lilllps' adilltlon 'lhw an the HiiphI lolsin Wipliltafort'i'-prip.' SHMperh't TtrvMUI-Uii'l lmv.rs to know Hint wp nrelx'stedin pnemaml loeation orpierv trai toriand that Is lorwle in -pilKwIckpountj j.tf 11 Y fmlMiAUl 1 1 - VI i:i-Mr.itiKpn to know tint wp harp as Urn- a liiu r Kial ltte barjn-iiis. l...th in it ami rmuilri . ntanyo.i d ;-tr '( Mj.WKi l A rlt. tir Mi:il KiirjlMili to know that wp haip tlipoldi stand most rrliaUp wt of l.strarts lnthoiiiniitj. "A word to tl p wisi isKHfflelent Cvu.wni. . -te.s.. r M i:i--l bo public to kvow tliPt lor Ali- stracts iHsurhiiPP or KpbI 1 AtaU-, it wJH nai mn to pall at '1 einpl.' block and k M.ff t VtJ.WI U t simiM, tlrlMI.U-M' er Tor a quartpr-siH-tlouor koo.1 raw lni.i . for File pheip ; w 11 w .1 tprnl situated I" NlliBPUPBll .11 DeK.inuii, .jr (wltli.Imlrt.aniplipll AV T VS"I l.I V Rood prl to tin senprsl nouo- wiirklii a small inniut iii.iiur m n-- I.lenpp or ainuel IlouOi i'- x" iTi:i V tiriiier nnd pltlis to know that thp ol.l ndialtlp and Honrer plotli- ill lUMJMtor iailP IS lltPHKH rr'll 1.. r....... or l'ostoniee riMElt-Iii rent a (twtd wOIp" iwminviT llipluta jtroeprj H 1!" -t NTi:i .iirlHnli Ut visit thp Mar ClothliiK lloiisi and evamnip iro-Mis and prices lvron- iiinrlinsliiR 1 lM-utwir tirWlKU- In spII aipHHl top bupo . sidp- bar; or will trade ror a lrton 1 It. II Hois. ft I" AM i:i Main pustotners to lip fltlnl out 1 in those (decant and iHtlthi Oorkscrpw suits Mar Clotlilnp Hoe "AM KI 2.l'"l ncreseir laud In one uoelv in this ponnti . rr a iap mk mnu Hi win .1 l;.ii AV T-.iviKli lie limit imrcliants to Lbovi that our liisuimicp iHHiimiutw are an striitli llrst-i-lass. and thalr ppllcics eiet no more than tlmsp i.r MVon.l-raVe poiiiiPiiiiiss 111 vM-i A Itois A fAMKH-Lie nlxnli t know thht llpad- iunrtprs is Mar UutMlttff liixiss' Air vii:i renter for S acres of grass land it m e-Utiii S5, tow iisblii 2 wit Alo tenants for 2 rood liouve in rlti . Jj, U i. iiita LiMi .t 1-OVN ' ..i ' W'l Kl A good girl to li geneml house work in a famlli orthres; pwilwage'S. ji rmnn preli rrest lmuin at nomum i.nw V "AV1KI rabinet-niake'r liniuire ut. Husk's furniture' hoUM M Kl Ml ti.e nek an I sutfe'ring t'J to know that Mrs Dr '. ton aim nn II131H1I r.r ells s-b Itlehniond are- now rumie ai ea-esb msignelic trJaline'tt IT mil are going to oiii . Walca, Oui . Pi.'-il 1 u-lcal In- S . strutiieit. Uljimond L W V 1 n Ippic P.u ttous, JsSfc I ftvlting.waK'Ji Ihnln, r.U X fEJln fact, an ihing.lti.lllB' Jm. Brpav j..u to .o ami mp bMI i wi.uie iwiil.ro k- v pr, rorirnp has anvthlnir lou ivant ion can save nioupi hi billing ot him. Two .lours wont or Tn-inont IP.IUSP, npt to NfMlprlander's land iiSIcc, 44 luoglas avpuue 11 Iplilti. Kansis l-tf IN A LOOKDfG-GLASS. Broadway Travelers Who Stop look at Themselves. The .Stout t:iitIpiiiun--TIio I'nkciiipt ttoot-ItliieU A Loior mid III" Succtlicart The Gilded "Yon tli Children. Sow York Herald. Two laio mirroi-s of lino Krcuch plato Elass ere placed ia front of adjoining stores ou Uroodway, abovo Priuca street. It is ruanife't that thoy are set cut to attract the eieoflho passer-by, and well they fulfill tint object, lien, women and children, be Ihy iu evir so reat haste, can no more re i t th te'iiptatfon.tp peep at their reflection id jtl.ei glass than they can refuio n iwl Ibe patoiit inedlcmo a jTWtJscmeirt which starts sir IfMIy: "Don't read this." IVoplo Usm to peer into tho mirrors while i their way to Lubiness in tho nioniinjj, and ll.p pi-ocoion is Ueptupuntil nij;htfall, when that part of llroalway is comparath ely do erto.l. Uy attnal count ltist ThursJay aft snioon23l perJ33 passoft tho two stores in I fourjninutes.,. Of thco all but nil to looked i!nto ono or tlu othtr of tho mirrori. Most of them seemed ncconscious of their action, . hut many others, after looking inndo somo ri.f; a tliange in tht disposition of th 'ir n?ti i w nr or aiterotl tlo csjiressioi of th"ir couu itpjiijieJaiid.thf iiianr.erof thuir walk JA Stout, well Unit gcnUcinan, with firm, mgiiig step, and t-lnulders. thionnback, ftinedoua tho walk. His rudJj facoand liriftht ejus, tii'atlj-liiiumod Li-ird, well-fitting coat, and hiiiuie beaver, plninly de i.oted contentment w ith life and u solid bank account, lloiuddeulj Etojjjied and looked i.'ouul as if to iii.il out who had j a..J him sobwiftly. He taw his own ro il ;4on iu mo rnrrcr, anu ioituwii pro ttfccoiljo' lii ushfifomaf iuir;iriarx llntfrota1 In? coatlseve. jravo his hat n fcliht rake toward hisujht ear, took a leisurclj survey of one of tl.o ilio w-w indow f, starto J t.) ro wmw lm jo.invj-, an I broJsht up in front jf the wound jrlai'. Hmiliii" blandly, lie ai- rai'2'-,l a ttmr hair iu lus lieai-d and nai Sona An nakei.irit ai.d dirty littlo lioot- b. U--L n 'it gut into tho c: uU buforo tlio l u mdousti.'i.l fcatcd his cjca ci tho goods iiUspliNod. He olrvod tliat every one was I taking pci p.i into tli3 lu'nror, and procoeded i to do likow isi Ho discovered soin i appar ent tncouBniity ,iu tho distribution of tho if w illEPi'iooulifafa'-tfand, taking tho wristband awtd fir uf tli i-mjod jaeki t-'leev o in hi." (Ingi-rs, ho" nibU-il his chuck with it verv- industriously for a inonitnt, with tl result tliat a small p.tch of fu- li blacklu?, which b fore orna- mentmi uis- nun, was pusierea nnisticanj ovor his entire check. A 'Iinci and his pretty s ecUieart- Kiraugei"s 10 mo town nnu uii.iug in mo fiicrhltfof Hroadwav aiiiiroachwl the nair- n-t.c inltTors. '1 ho girl smilingly drew her esco:fi olttnlion to their itnages in tho liojitli, and Iwth siiiiod vastly pleased. Sho ,, oliwrved tint tho wholo Mirfaco of the giuusvascoicrcd with tho nflect"d visages of thoe standing behind. Blushing slightly, si e drew the v o.mg man nwaj-, evidently foanngthat tho others might believe her vain. TLo two went to tho wiudow and lie came doopli interested in tome Hogers joiii, "iV(ihlfiriiiglews" and "Going to tho l'lirMiir" spcnnng to "triko them very favorably-. Then along tamo a jmiginau whose czteiior plimly betokened an over-in-t'iil;oncij in uro'Js und cereal decoctions. His cinnkledWat, unbrushod hat, and dis ordered scan"; tl.o two dajs' sttibblo on his thin, tha glazed look of tho oyo and the general nir of lakishuess nil iiiaikdl hiin as one who had boon a stranger to sleep for several nights. Hut tho mirrors gathered him in. He stood for a iiuuieiit as if vainly endeavoring to jilneo thdeotiutenanco luforo him. Ho at last Rueceodel iu his diaft on 11111101-3. I'.ifsing his lia'id over his face, ho examined long and earnestly tho snmuting bear J. Ho put his hand In ono inxket and then in ntiotLer, and nt last brought to light a few coins. Ho counted lliem laiefull", and then made a mental calculation as t- w hether ho should get shaved or exj.piid tho money in tho vi ay ho hil tho rest of his funds. With out coming to a decision ho dep-irtod, giving place to a gilded Joutli vvitli nlwolutely fault less costume, lias young man gn led stillly by, as if foaifulof producing some disruption 0 his attiro bj tho least un tow aid 11101 e timnt II14 nl.l.iei.ited liffht snriniT over- pfUit.seivpdtodiM.'.avhi, limla ill nil their I innrvrloiN tiltMiunUon. Ho too oUirvul thu ( throng suiriiis 111 and out of tlio mil ronil I rectangle. With a sneer, Will, .-i mmr. l.mhnl.lv ineullt tu oxprou contempt for tho vulgar mob caught by Mish tulles, ho joino.1 tha crowd nt the win lows. In 1 inguid contemplation ha consumed two minutes of his time, nnd thou sought the friendly and truthful glass. He fixed lus featuies with projier ligidity, tndirly 1110 thod his upjicr liji, and passdl nlong. The big, lniidsoup, bloudo policeman paces up and downl). foro tho enticing glaso daily and all day. Ho lias paid such atten tion to lus ieis.onal t ppcarancotliatalthoiigli it is late 111 tao afternoon he looks as spick and span as whin l.o fust began too day. llu has Iceii so busy, though, ill attempting to jkiiso his hutattlio mot gallant angle that 1k has forgotten j ai t of his duties as a pilot fm timid women and childi en. A l-aiidsonm Xew Yoik gill in goreom altirc, engaged 111 1 sl.o, jiing cxjHiu.t.oii, stopj liefore tlioglaa uud 11 siicctn her double. Sho takes 110 jams to disRrb.3 hei lulimratio.i, and smilingly i-e-j.liiNt hllutti 1 10s ribloas at hcrjtlmnt and lfuslMiUiek ajtybellious waving bang dis 'armug'clby Uiobi ctr. ' l Thus the duieiasiou is unbiokdi all day. A Reiilleninn cumss along and, stopjniig for an instant, wntclus the piowd coming and going. He smiles 11 pitj ing smile at tho enoiul weakness, takes a fill til e glance liuox-iT, and hoks around to k-o if any one is w.itehitu;. A iniserab'o ingrant, with gar ments l.nnging from his sLouIders in tntt rs, is i.uab'c t iiwist the inagicof tlio glass's. Ho :kms Iiuniisllj into ono mil goe-n.l more conscious thmeier that ho presents a ureUhod ti ptirance; but eieu to him an nuproiPiMiit l.ns been suggested, and hi taken oir Ins hut anil brushes it, and titj th lapels of lus coat together. An Italian street 'ciiai.er, with tho f.ico of a bandit, displays 1 is' strong white tooth while his eye i kindled in rdmiration. A ctowd of school (hildreii Iau;h and danco from one mirror to the othe.. A noar-siguieii nun nans before ono of the glasses and makes some inaudible icmarks. Ho possibly hul tLe impretsion that lie was 011 tie largo of olliilmg with ioni3 0110 else. As soon as lu di-ioierod Ins ciror bo nlso survejs tlio lvllectni, takes off his ijo glasses, wipes them, and tueu goes over his general appearance in detail. A joung lnotht lilies nlong loading a baby of 2 or Jl j ear?. I ho little 0:10 cleitters in au unknown toa;u i to tl.o otlxi little g'rls in the mirror nnd vainly ti ic to reach and sc.zit tbo tnocUet. The mother meanwhile is smiling anil '.'joking ple.ise.1 ner Iter uld's I delight and do--not forget to ijlanee rt hei j own iliiwro A lady of in'h.r untM-tain ' i rars, and i tth a camtlexio-i undoaoUilIy cirtiflciivl, w hile simulating great i--ret in tho show win low, nt the same time takes stock of htr charms. The gpucrnl make-up is all w ell cnou?h. bit sue noticss that she made a son.ew hat too generous applicati n of ivugo oa one portion of hei e-hei k Sha places it accuratsly, uud as she moves aw ay take out her handkerchief and remedies t'ie defevU Tliese little lucideut-s crop out all through tho day. and it is no oxacseration to say that at lenst 'X, per cent, of nil nho iw thco nnrivrs. make some cuanto or oiuerug. gos'ftl hi a glance ill She shiuius Jep tin. THE RYTHMIC WHEE-SHAW. "It) TIylIIiilldome!"--Naliidiii I fan Full o' IXeirm. lI!urlinc,to:i Hiiiieio. "SnlaJtir" S..l,..lin mnat.1. nnd his ntlltu le was one in charm tho ci-o of aitist and the soul of jvoet. One little leR as .llrevtdy s .v u i over the topof the fence, clinging there-t by tV linn lsnt kniM. lk'lon, tho other U"s .he left erne. It had inteiu'evl to haie It ft wiUi tho other one, ri;ht vn, but for the voice tliat hilled litm mil Uini held him bsei. aietnut brovni, nu I shid iUilutr stotio lmti-e-s were th" im NiudalcJ fcetl Unler the loivm:inmof the tcni straw- hut, 8s.lad.ii KlanitI witli pii.thatrjlo.ra9d le-s with eletlmce ttinn more iv ith a distressful conscioune th-.t ho had lioen causht up in the- very monu-nt of his triumph He tuninl, and knew his father, nnd htm lis answered that expre4vj niouosvliible of his natne tonie: "Ha r -llack to thy haunt, Lil-e fugitiv! Ha! Rill to thy taJc, and ply the Krws-e.1 sur iiithauiany iuutlll ivtucie, till bigh thi seiered hickory plleJ th? wood Jul llior, lest iuth.-nJiantiAntei.tra I pursue, and raise the fur alousr thy tiuint spine. Ha, thou rebolUous chill of mine whatlaiVt thou uudcrueatli thy recivant jacketr Forn tuomeut 5.Uadin stniKl&l with hu emotion, auJ strove to look as though Lev hal nothing; under his jacket But a lat-RC il tomato ca-i is too obtruslvo in its rotundity, and too Jetialtoly jironouLceJ in its platfevrm to escape public nttention, even when clow bu'tonod iind'T tho iii'JS fiuin: canneiitur of a boy ot 11 years. Anta a despairing sigk ho Raid: "Can full o' worms.'' The skate strap fell from his lordly father's nerveless grasp. "Fishiu' wonnsP hs ajked. "Hannem tooxnyl'' Which by interpretation is, hand them unto inc. , . r He took the can and stirred Op the mong- erie with a stick. " ""' " " Tarlet," he said, "where kejpsst thou thy rod and lines'' Saladin pointed to a gloomy corner of the woodshed, and his worthy f ither rcoopsd tha tackle in. "IVherc, thou truant villain, whero are they bitin' bestP "Right in the slough, just below Ui3 sec ond bridge," Saladin said. "Xow, by my halidome, and if I enjoy not an afternoon's sport myself, I were worso than an infidel; and thou, Bir Sluggard, if therobo one small stick not sawn asunder when I hie me home so thcu to it." AndhUbire was gone; gone with his rod, his hooks and lines, his bait As his hurry ing feet carried him out of sight, Saladin nmi!! n. melnncholr. bitter. vet"nitbal a . , . . . joyous smile. . "An1 ho fiuJ not the ice at U .second bridro frozen clear to the bottom," bo'said, "an' it bo not still thicker at the fint triifi. , an' it lie linu a uoie in we ice in uu inn iaou whereto I have sent him, then may these yeanling eyes of mine ne'er gaza upon tho back of mo neck again." And ho turned to tho woodpile, and pick ing out nil tho lard, tough, knotty sticks, tossed them with a boy's generous impulse ov cr tho f en eo into the yard of a poor neigh bor. "They will steal wood anyhow," mut tered Saladin. "and heaven knows it is right that I fchoul 1 save them the ein, and pick out' the hard ones." And as with many a rhythmic wheo-shaw, wheo-shaw, he sawed the easy sticks, the l-.y3 heart, ever slow to liarbor malice, f-ofttiH-d and incited in his breast, as he thought of the old gentleman try ing to cut holts in ten-foot ico with a iocket-knifo. Vei ily, tiio mau eiuptieth ashes against the noi th wind, who thinketli that bogettctha lon,j way ahead of even a very small boy. A CASE OF KEEN OBSERVATION. An Arkn.iMiv. Ollti lul nt tlio "IJcep ot . cl! liicr haw." Aika'iiw Tiavtler. A man is never so much Impressed with lib wife's wer of discernment as vhen lie goos home ui 1111k and nttempta to play saber. As a rule, tha man has only taken 0:10 drink. Hedopsu't uuderstan 1 why one ilrin1: should make him drunk, but after awhile In ackmiw.od,i that lud.d lake two drinks, but tho lost one i.as so small that ho had for golte.i it. Iho otlior night when Mr. Harvey lllades, a well known official of Arkaa sa.v, went home, ho had i cached that close observing s'ao of intoxication whtu a nu 1 vi j"i and iniiiutely examine tho mo-t ui.iiniH.i tint objects and makes wise co-n-m ntn. In ti.isstatoof drunkenness, a man lake notice of tilery household article. Every chair demr. nU u certain amount of ultentiou. After litting i'ov. 11 with studied gravity, Mr. Hiivey lllades noticed a feather lying on tlio 11001. 110 noeinieii ior niiuu whether or not it would lie au illustration of scbnety to remove it, und, remembeiingthat ho had often icen his wife pick feathers f roui the carpet after hai ing jammod the pil lows in making the bed, hu arose, took up the feather, exauun -d it a. moment, iniseil a window and threw it out. This perform ance did not cntii ely sutL-f) him, for in his mln 1 there lui ked a suspicion that his w ifo m.ght fancy him to be drunk. In looking arojnd fcr another test, ho discovered the water-bucket. Ho knew that to bring fresh water would, liejond a doubt, settle tho question of his sobriety, so he took up tlio bucket and went out to the well. I'eeling aiound and no. finding the "moss-covered bucket," but de ciding that it must bo nt tho bottom of the well, ho began to turn tho windlass. For fifteen minutes ho turned tho crank "Deepest Weill over saw," ho mused, and continued to grind. After anile his wife cnniooutand said: "Harvey, what in the name of common sense aie jou doing P "Tri '11 to draw bucket water. Doepes well tier saw. Grindiu' for hour, laicke not up ict." "Why, don't you know that wo had the noil cleaned out, nnd that the bucket has '" taken off. C-omo on away. lou am as drunk as a fool." "JCecnrs' obzirvation I ever saw ' said the UnlOltllliatD gCUlleill 111 to nimscil. -tl saw thing hko it." Iiintii-atirc Company for Was llloston tllobe. ' Don't you know that tiie wealthy people of this eity aro running over with dog! WI13 , tl ere 'ro mcro dogs on tho Hack Bay, poodles nnd pugs and jiets of nil kinds than you could hunt up 111 n week. Generally speaking their owners are nice young girls or doting old Indies, who aro really affectionate toward them. 1 hero's tie basis of my com pany a last nuiiiUr of degs held high 111 the estimation ot tho w e.althy pooplc You admit that! Veiywcll. 1 establish an in surance eomiauy I get in tho suajo of premiums 20 r $30, or lay even $100 a dog. Sev tn J ears is tho average age or a dog, nnd 111 seven j oars I ejllectquitoa littlo prenirnu, don't I" "Wei'" "Well I Don't it daw u on j on j ctf Evei y time 1 insure a do? 1 tnku his photograph; nnd what I uiiiiPltake at his death is to re place tin poor departed it by nn exact 1 iv ing comiterp.il t of his old self. Iu tills w ay 1 get ahead of tho pangs of n separation by death 0110 of tho most poiginntof all human sufferings." "Won't there In any difllculty about matching dogsP "Xot tho slightest. Why should thero Iw? All dogs lis ik alike, don't tluyJ Bjsiloi, I hall have a Inro stock to choojo from, an I I shall nntch eiery dog us soon as I get his ph .toiaph lJeforo tho U.i 1 dog luas hid tunoto tool I'll haio another iu his pines, u id Ills pretty mistress i ill liai e to rub her eyes twice to make sui-u slia'a not dreamiug. Of coutsj it will ba expensive running the ineiiagcne, but just look at tlio profits on tie pienmini". What doj on think of it? Think well of it, eh? I thought so 1 supposj 1 ou 11 ouldn't mind lotting me hav e $0 as a starter, to be taken out in stock! Haveu't got a 111 e? Tuff, by thunder." t:U !lld for .Batrimonlal Fern. Delruit Journal.' Arnold W 1'ierco, an eccentric j istice of the iKjaee at yew Troy, Berrien county, Michigan, has tho follow lfg juiiito.!" 0-1 h.s business cards: "Marriage ceremonies jier fonned nt all hours of tho day or msht. Especial attention giien to clalmi tif soloiors who w era frightened or discouraged during tho war. Otllco hours from 1 o'clock in thu morning to midnight, standard time." "American VIew." 1 llxmiloii Graphic. ' Docoratmg luld heads is tho latent freak of 1 fashion ncross tho Atlantic. At a recent New York party thive bald gentlemen ap jietarod w ith elaborate pictures painted on their bare scalps, ono choosing a copy of Mcissonier, another a battlo-pieoo and th third a group of U&h, A .sua Kcstlou lor the 'n ture. Chicago HernU.1 If it should bocomo fashionable In tho ITuitl State, to retire to private life all men ..!.., I.,-.. .,,-.! ..r. tmm 81 IWO 000 to 5.(XX) - ( j Ju'rm, HTcnty years of public service on ( ,ancs .5000 rwr wnum, the roaI to politie-al pre-femicnt would not bo so crowded us it is to-day. llclter, l'erlia. -Jleatcr" in Chicago Herald. -Have you sot a copy of 'Sarah Itanium r mimtre.1 a iviengcr of the train lor. "Said the last one this morning." "Have you cue of Zol.Y. books thenP "Don't carry "ui, but here's George 11 WannR's list work o I ' 'Domestic Sewera;e.' I'erhatM ttat vui suitjou." Dumas: Hil created the rarisiau tu ttraUKcrs iinsht never know what ta ttaik of France. N-oiionvs DOG. (Fred Ik King. Onlv n dirty black acel white dcgl Vou car. vo lni anj lay, TrottiiiK imx'kiy from itrtet to rtroet; Ho almost vms, to say. As ho looks iu your face with wistful eyes, I don't mean to be in jour way."1 His tail Imncs drooping between bis leg?; His l.ly i Uun and sjare; i Hon he times the sleek and wrll-fesleloss That thr.ve on their masters' enrol And ho wonders what the must think ci. him, An I Rnei es at his o n hard fan. boraoUn-cs he evs a friendly f aca A face tint he wiffi. to know; And thinks it may be tho master That he lost so long ago; And ei en darts to follow him home, I For be loved his master sol Peor Jack I He's only mistaken aguia. And stoned ana unven lace; But be'.oed to disappointments now. And takets up Lis beaten track; N'obvdy's dog for whom nobody cares In unfortunate Jackl N. F. NIEDERLA1TDER, i) Real KsTAdrt fit fil:7 LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT, Corner Douglas and WIOHTEA, K tTV i Ij i ! ! t 1 I ! I f y IVMMai THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY. Taxefp' aidlnd Rents Collectea,""'"- m n m UNIMHtOlKI) J, NIS. w lJ-jy-10 went, ICIiio'imn county, jo acres broke. Sl-iii IV5J. w 1-2 or w l-2 32-is-.-iW, Ivinsmaii Poim ty, an acres broke, SI-X) 17!) OuarterC. miles portown, 8230O. r.Tt. )nartpr-2 1-2 miles or Cheney. S2 lV;i-2 yuartirsfp liimllisn w or Mieluta, on Arkansas riier, $21,00, s,too rash, balance on time at 7 p r pent I5S5" IWlaonXinnescalinur, SihIIps lielnn Ulieuey. sua In cultivation, $2H 1- tjiia7iuilpssouthorCioldar.l, 1Mhi tii 1 i.oirt trip. .r, miles pastor town. 52.'i Tin lum snub ad p or Wuliita. li, I-'ti 1 i.sli imi 1.. a adjoining (iar.U n Plain, a.T tuir, IilaiiiRer 4-2S-" east, Butler nullity, i-.ineultliatioii, BImhI. Io.1T il(ial2niilpSKP of Wlrliita, goMl up land, SI". ler acre. Iii22. Ouarterl miles 11 vv or Garden l'lain, $!i(ni irai Wt a 2 miles nu r Ganlen Plain, JO a broke, 01700 K. sna-tinllisrromiJar.Ua l'lain. 8s.,l liSrf ncl-fK-'X-l w, 7 miles 11 w or Uanlin Plain, S12WI J1M0 u c l-l I-'XV-I w, all raw. SI 1CI7 srnd a In up part or Comanche count , plenty or water, a uplenihd cattle raiiKe, "! per acre IMritOVEI) LA-VD V,11 1) a in Kingman county, or Cheney, 50 a in cultiiation, one 1 milts wi-st otorv house ultn cellar, si'w. 15J9 lt a '.) miles s oftVieliita, small house, htaundereultiTBtlon, good orchards or apple and peai li, mce aoie, iiVi. IV.l icoal-2iiiilerrom Uieney, 1 1 a in eui tliation, SV0 1W -Mia 7 mihs iv ot tniui on CowsUn creek, 1) a under cultiiation, 10 a or timber, houiuor.1 rooras, granary, stable and other buildings, all hedged and cross hedged, splen did orchard and grovea Tliis is a beautiful place, Slu per acre mi l()abiniles or town, near Hajsiille pot-oIUce, 110 a In cultivation, goodl l-l story lionse nith addition, barn -liVW irttli lort, ion; rrib, smoVe hous, Ac , I". a pasture, good 1 anug orchards, V. per acre IW.. 1C0 a 1 mile n o or toim on Clilsholm creeV, lii acre's in cultiiation, 1 story house, rronarr and cnb, hedged i n on t o sidi s. some bearing Iruit, a splendid place Tor stock Slti.mx) 1VKI SKJalmilesn iv or Uoddird, 110 a In ultiiation, 1 1 2 story house or 7 rooms. Ice houBe, c tore huildin;, post-oillco on .lace, gooel ri'nccs, llilng ivater, some' rrnit, Sy) and tprms to suit I'iU Ki a J miles sivorGodd.ini, 1 I-'-' storj house or r. rooms ami good cellar, stable ror 1. horses, con stablij ror a head, granary, cribs Ac good hedges, I l a pasture, nlnd.W) a 111 eulti latiou, lnlnMateT, orchard, Ac , $luoO, easj termi VA1 lb) 11 1 milt s 11 or Cheney, U0 a in cul tiiation. small house, stable and granary spring or water, "good orchards, rni, 1-2 Y.ll 1U) a I mile ei or Chen.-, 101a in culti iation, liingiater, tome fruit, S--.MJ Ul'i 4Sa5inlIeliseorClieney, -'good lioua- ps and barns, cribs, sheds anil otlier liuiliiings beiring rrult, liung 11 ate r, IU) a pastuie en closed nith Hire, Sl.wio YWi. M a fi miles 3 or GMldarel, '. a In cul tiiation, small house, atere"l l el. ar cre k, tlttoi). 1 ,1, 1.. t. . .- ....i n vw.. - ...., . . - -- cultiiation, 1 1-J story house or 4 rooms ami ...- ,ni . d.;t.....J!...T.i. Plntn lOi.ll gooil nam 11 ceinr, niauie a-m bhuuj, .. Clear ere ek.SiW). 1.VO 10J a 5 miles nor Cheney. 70 In cultiia tion' house, -stimtr rrnlr, iratercl by fpnn.; rrcck, ) per aero. ISM lWa2 1-mile'ssor Uartlen Plain, 11' a in ....ltu.itlon. t-oo.1 hoiihp. barn, irranan . Ac , all rence-d with Hire" and hitlge, 1 a or line hud eled rrmt, VMh l.VVt lt,la 2 milts rrom Garden Plain, all smooth land, liJ am rultnation, houp and living nater, SiVK) IV.l. IWnln lintlpr rounty, r.inilisrrom Au gusta, 2) a or timber, IJ" In cnltlvation, good bonsp, granari and stable, le-ntj orrruit, liv ing wnter, $"WKI 15.V, 431-JaonlJttlenier, I milenortown, 1 1-2 storv house, .". rooms, good barn, corn cribs and gr-.i'ary, good orehards and small rrrdts, 1.V.7 !) a in Ilutler count) , 2 1-2 miles e or Anilnrer, 221! a In cnltli ation, 11-2 story lious.i, .'. rooms anil 1 ellnr, all lu-dge"! andcr.fs lipilge isl anil wired, J-s) apple, niOeaeh, pear, rlier nes Ac , all bearing, a finely iinpmieil iIpi &I2.00U IV.l s 11 ll;.i)-2-"cnst, Ilutler county. 1 1-2 ston Iinusf, w a In cultiiation, s2.Vp VS lwja.1 l-2inilpi worVftllej Center. 1 1-2 storj house, 3 rooms ami cellar, granary , and otl.e r linproii nn nts, naterel h) Little riier, $10 per acre IV.l lu;a.-inillpsnoriVIrliita, house Utli2 rooms, small birn, llu 11 In Hire jiasture, gwid on hards or apple and pi ac!i, ti". icr acre LVO. 1(V) a 7 n.lles n or town, near Cowolin cre.k, 1.V1 In cultiiation, 1 1-2 story house, tW riM'nisand cellar, stable, granari . enbs and sIumIs. lartouskluilsorrrmts, all httlgisl and eross lieiigpd, $G,2Ci 1V Mi) a . mllps 11 p ot l.-rbi , on spring rrpek, '20 a timbe-T, 111 a in cnlttirtlon, I 1-2 stori-honfP2llr,. stable, granary, shpds, and cribs, he-dgeil and cross he.lged, pli ntj or fruit, jsr.jui 12 liVla ImUcfttiorGardenriain, l a In cultiiation, 1 l-2storj house or S rooms, stable, good orchard of apple, peach and cherry, nr.tdl.1 IV3. Imi a 3 null a oof ton 11, SJ a In cultiia tion, 1SJ a reuced, joung orrhanl, watered by Gypsum creek, S.VMI, uliXs) cah, balance on tlm at 7 per cent l.r.st Onnrtirsec I miles n of Garden Plain tmna. . Itl. l nvim, ,ml cTimtt I.nrn . Ill a 111 ids- ture $Wi 1V". 101 a 2 miles 11 or town, good rrarae bulldlnir looaln eultiiatlon. loang orchnrd jiXW 102.; 1.3 a 5 miles n w of icl.ita, m a in eul- tli ation rest enclosenl In pastur, . g..od house Z& ,linVMoZr m&?to,lnyrttoa.Muk!Tri.laua0n Call arli ar.i make a selection tliation, 1 l-2storv house or 4 rooms, stable, I The late improvements in West Wichita, ln oTChard and shade" tree-s, Sxmi , clnding the new passenger depot, havp hronght Ifit UiOaU miles s nor lliclilta, HO a in us an unprecedented demand ror lots In that 10 cultivatlon, house with 4 rooms, stable, cribs , cality It is the nearest Tacant property to the Ac $i.V 'business center or Wichita, and there Is no li;'! 1Coamllcsivor Wichita, 1-V) a In cul-1 doubt or Us rapid growth and a good advance on tliation. house and stable. $V30 ' pre-sent prices. 1025 1.I0 a2 1-2 miles n or Ganlen Plain. :sw alncnltlvitlnn.21iniispsnnrt 2 tllIp, llilng water. ?Uo f'Vfcfl.j it-y Come and See My List of City Property. I Have Cheap Lotsfand Expensive Lots. I Have Small Cottages & Elegant Homes. 1 fan Show Vou a (Jootl li4 of llfnting PrpTty Payiig a Fiift ?SKh lu(ere( ou U3T Money will earn monoy if properly invested. The time to buy is when prices aro advancing. . 'ICan Place Your Insurance in Reliabls Compames. - J l,nrc ilniht olhfur huustsfroM go! tentutli, ami cannot spjff iiw.i,ityiii!rej honte tf rrnl. I muhl lilt to hart i. Corner of Emporia and Douglas Avenues. Emporia Avenues, KLAJSTSjS. . ) I Correspondence Solicited. cm' ruorEUTV. No. Ii5. Ten lots on Market street and Law rence avenue ; some rrnit and shade good shade. 81V) each. , . , ls6. Good business property on Water street ; adioice location for a grain dealer. Call for lull description, price, etc. Is2 One acre lot on First strpet ; small house of 3 or 1 rooms, two porches, jounp trees. SI, GOO. IT'J Good hnck house on I-awrence avenue ; large corner lot, line trait and shade, n com plete home. 8,MI0. !.; Aptc Ipts on Central and Sandon strrets ; tra inducements to parties Intending to build. $12-. to I75 path. 1US Snhiirhan placp south, roar lots, house or 1. rooms, ppllar, pressi-a and liatliroom. 2,li PH. Two choice lots on Douglas arpnue, east Wichita fctnopneh. ., , 112. Cottage or 3 rooms on Market street; small stable, comer lot, good neighborhood. $1,000 I'M. Business property on Douglas avenue running back to 1 ilhams street ; cottage on rear $i,lw, cash and time; will pay a good Inturoct r.n tin ini Pfttnil'nt. Ia7 A large down-town resiucucc ; corner 101 UBivIlD rect. frame house or 12 rooms, cellar. cistern, stone w alks, shade and fruU trees ; not many sucn places in vue nisi-nei. s ,"" o. 172, Une-story frame house, four rooms and pantry, on Mosley avenue. IitlOSxlSoreet, east front, corner alley, line lrnit and slump trees, $10 No. 171, Kine two-story frame residence or light rooms, on Emporia avenue, cellar full size or house, cornerlot 125110 feet, good rrult, line neighborhood; a special bargain at C00. No. 170, Cottagr or four rooms on aco street, lot 52x142 Teet, good rence, peach, pear, plum , cherry and fine shade trees. lnc $ll(u, on good terms. No. 167, bmall house, three rooms, on Cen tral avenue; good stable, picket fence, fruit and shade trees, choice, location. Vnce 11(, hair eash, balance good time. Fo. 1GS. Hve or ei cottages In Kast Hichlta, under Tint at 20 per cent, on the price asked fir them. Houses new and In good order; a choice investment. , No. IMS, House with three rooms, on First street, cellar, hedge fence, rrult and shade trees, one acre or ground, $1500. No. li", House, slv rooms, on Central aie nue, corner lot, tt'ixllO Teit. Barn and carriage house, apple, each, plum, cherry and shade trees, S3 AM. No. la-., Three cottages on Emporia avenue, English addition, all rented at good figures, a choice investment. No. 131, Frame residence, sit rooms, on To peka aienue, barn, fruit and shade tries, lot 50x140 reet,200O. No 127, House sei en rooms on Lawrence av enup, south; barn Tor rour horses, buggy ahed chicken house, water in house, line iruit and shade trees, a beautiful home, 32.W. No. 117, Elegant residence on Topeka aie nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, barn, crib and outbuildings; broad walks, picket fence, line fruit and shade trees, 8VW. No 113. Valuable- business property on Doug las aienue, first-class location. Call for price and terms. No. 90. Fine business property on Douglas avenue; old building, but lery cheap at 'ii00. No hi. One and a hair story frame residence on Market street, six rooms, in good repair, coal house, shade and fruit trees, $IVH). No. r4. une-siory iramc on tt asiuubiuu street, largo lot, 8750 Xo. ill 11 tuslness proirtj on Ji,Uglas ai enae, Griffs addition iTaino buil.ung, rents wen, SiVm Xo. ill One lot on Main street, well locate.l, one-story ITBmp building, $17.V. o. tu. Jiusiness prope'ny on Jinn. unt, under rent, $2,710, , No. 37. 'lwo-story brick building oa Main street, centrally locates!, all rented, &. No. 181. An elegant residence) In tho .north east part or the city. Large grounds, Jlne rrult and shade' trees, modern house in perfect or der; a rare chance to the right party No. 17-. A nice cottage on corner lot near center or business, new house', 20uu t No. 101. Ceittage or tliei rooms oa Mead ate nue. plenty or rrult, over one acre of land, No 17.1 A beautiful homo on Laurence aie nue; lot WiTltO Teet, one and a hair story frame house of seven rooms In jH-rrect orde r, good cel lar, well and large piste-rn. Ilam and allnipps sarv outbuildings line grajw arlwr and other fruits; shade In front, price Sim), part cash, balanci" on good time. No IV! Two houses on Wlrliita itreit, five rooms eaeh, cemente-d ci liar, pantry anil clos et iu each house, nirc shade' trus, lot .VlxlVi reit, 91VI0 each. No. llil hmall house, three rooms and cel lar, rents for 912 .7) Price $!, on Laurence nienue No 111 House of three rooms, on 4th aiei nne, n nts ror $ln, price 87'M. No Its One-story frame house on EmiM.rla aienup, good cellar, barn, water from ivater works, near horse car, fine neighborhood, S2iriO, eash and time No 115 One-story frame residence on J.aw rence avpnne, six reims, "cellar, coal house, carriage house, hinnery, lot well n need, ikixlln feet I-inuiariet of rrult and shade trees, Inst locality In the rltv. lnco . No.' Jour lots on Ciiisholm street, 4Ui ittch ler cheaii No II luolotson Emporia an-nnr, I-Jig-lisli'sAth addition, .VI. . 25 Twocholci'Iots on Houglas aienue, lino buslnesa propertv. Call antl g.'t the llgure-s No 21 Six lots In 1-akesiile addition, cheap No li Hve good Iota on Court street, 1.V) tM2ltacli. No 52 Two lots on Wichita street. SM. Nn in siv lots on Donzlasaienup. IV&i. No 71 A nice, plat or ground Tor sub-dividing on Lawrence and Topeka avenues, can be sold I nt a bftnrain No 7R ISusiness lot on Main street, 81il No ii. Jrgo lot on. Market streii, cneap at : sill -7 A large lot forsub-dliiding, on Cen- tral avenue I I have the exclusive sale r lots In Orme 1 and I Phillips addition, south or the rity I IfU'1? .?.L-nIL1?.,!?rn,il.,1 Tlils is the and jnave me. soip agpney ior iuii ;'- illtlon lliesplois are reniraiiy iocmpit J re having ready sale and (hr larlMfil. N. F. Niederlander,. s- JOHN V. MOFFETT, -WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of Furniture (J"Conie and examine our goods where, ami bo conviacetl that wo mean This is Simolv to Lawrence's YOTJ CAN ALWAYS PROCURE PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES. PAINTS. OILS GLASS, ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOILET Pure Wines and Liquors which will be sold in strict accordance with law. 1 ' Lawrence's 88 Douglas Avenue, METROPOLITAN CLOTHING PIOUSE! I am still in the rin-j. Conic and see me at the old stand, corner of Market nnd Douglas nvenuo . M. M. FECHHEIMER. lAVHnSsTTT-EJI-i .& DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, FLOTJie -A.1STID MAIN STREET, WICHITA, OOOItS DELIVERED TO ANT PART Oi? THE CITY. CITY CARRIAGE SHOP. BLOSS (I MELVIK, Miiiinrni'iiuerB of Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons. Repairing, Shoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To. South Main Mrect, next to Cooper's Stable. MOitsriErY" ZEST. o. (Successors to Wilson .tToms,) OF ST- IiOTJIS, MXSSOtTTlI. Loan Money on Improved Lands on Long or Short Time. i . I I! Monoy ac Sight, Commission Very Low. Wu liuve (oiincctcd , 0 REAL ESTATE. In di'lai! I'.nv.Scll k Etchaiiffe Wotorn property ibrEi.Mcin,ainl vice versa C':.il on orddres-3. . - , J ; M. L garver: " Manairor nt tin- Wicliit.i ISrancli, WICHITA, KANSA") Ollie:u 01 er T. II. Li iicli'u "lore, Intirln avenue. COOFttH,7. STABLE. v 12 -R-y W.T iitv-js -A.UX) x.s'v live Xi Ti- VQ'2Vi,ei:' . Av ifi05fc "'-fe "1"lVi t 1 x tHr ISuggie-s, Pti.e-tons, Carriages and Spnn; The Hnet and Cheapest In the Market THE VALLEY GROCERY. W.E.' JKTT&CO. NO. 513, DOUGLAS nte!a.i? inn&TSEiLTtnTrr scotjses. Agents for Whitehall Special Rates. Largest Stoek and Lowest Prices. Kverrthins (tunr-arilc.! Fir W. E. JETT & Co. II. F. IXARTZELlJ Furniture House AND UETAIL- and prices before iircbaiiir ckts business. Remind vou that at Drug Store AND WINDOW ARTICLES. Drug Store, Wichita, Kansas. IXRJiJSSJSiR,' FEED. KANSAS MX Mt iivcoisriErsr "VriXjSOisr sc 00., ar3S.XCT3S Wagons ror sale at prices ranging from M0 to S2-YI COOPER'S STABLE, J L CfMirrit, Proprietor AVENUE N0 513 Stoneware. 'Carloads at - t - ijk. Vonr 0ri!cr?IIHlL WICHITA iKS' KM" OUR CLOTHING HOUSE Handles a Complete Line of ,, Clothing, Hats, Caps and Fomiihiig Ooodt. J ' . PRICKS UCASOSA1 rwk C. Weir, Frita I allen & ea: I'CC'ESSOHS TO Wholesale r -tic Sogers ildricli :& Brown, WlioleBale- . ' II it HI , t't 1 . 1 ' : Goods;-at Kansas., City Prices! J H V4.W t.l Main Street, PECKHAM id it n'.j St V vJTjl Xvly C XlXv! WE HAVE THREE DELIVERY WAO0M. GOODS "DKLIVJ3RED IMMEDIATELY ON ORDER. k-?(pw-i-srt t " ( ' " " r-F.W.SWAB!-- ' ' ftru-KSIOIt TO K.-sTACKMAN.) MERCHIAKT TAILOR1 ,, Keeps ou.li.iiiil llm ye till." KnlWf'irlUJii .'inirati iotl of the nintecil. No OO t I I ' , l-lf ,. . . ml . nt.i tos -n.i'i . 1 . t ' 1 i 1 1 a t . - t ,,i i . 1 a -, ! I.. - ! The .ijerm'an Grocery" KOK (JHEAP GROCERIES. A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES. c i Ho. 116, DoubIoh Ave. szxsA.K.a (mrswr4 STAPLE AND S: '-'7 MAIN STUKKT. WICHITA, KAN8A8. CO'JETEHIS, TBA.B -AJL5TX) WJNCTZ VI- V FRESH ROASTED COFFEE ALWAYS ON HAND. largest Jtccsnxant cf On Dritd IViHi is tkn (Mf. jHlj'fttii (,'antirtl UikhIm f all klndt, 1'iirayon Ail Greet, Machine Oil, Gnu SctU, Etc, Etc ...... .1... i. i.. .... ...rvthlnr is utr Ifur. gtv.l. In.t a thr r- i .Hiatrr I rltj trl "r,"'U'"U,' F. ROSS' Furniture & Carpet Emporium! THE LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES, Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses, HIITU7X S2A2ZS, ISAS1 7ZZTU1M, Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Mouldings, Mirrors, Childr!!' Carriages, Etc. ok 2bck. erwciu FacuOie. i-tr . F. HIEITX) tte CO. LANDS & LOANS! WIOHITA, ICAJNSAS. If you .Irtire to buy, efl or exthxmgc rrl Ut of My kl4, ar or loan Htoticy on r?uU tU r efettU, Hre im ft e. We mt . frrifttic for our bEB. OrrwpoJwce MJidted. OrrxcrVSt DouOiMAtmu mmmmmmmm-rmm WW Kimmerle -e-Faa . &? iw &. a&2l4HfcMi JUmwCWMfy 9 IN PMNft IB wmtKmmmmuEmjmim; " HOT FIMUUi, lUXXrSHt tI9K IBROBOITT UXXCM, HAIR, PLASTER CKMINT. ' No W3lJBtret,bMwiM Bm tmi ttttwt, WhMn. !- SrWc'i IU fcen ? 1 ALLEN k TUCKER.) and Retail - t .icASt. , . j i IIV . j Druggists. 1 - sir- Wichitt.Kiwi & HELL AH, RONT, v jioitosite tost O8T0FFICE. Intent fctjrlei. The Urgmi "UK mo trouble to nhoir gootls. Call tMwl me. rirt Poor Morth ot Costalr BalMla TO HUBBY KBONnT - Eiie bros, n W S. CartMtt.) FANCY GROCERS. mjui thai Crit-Ja. sunt ta aiwars olIItd. Alt rl 'Wliw! prmafMy M M HIBABOXS BR08. 15 ad 17! .1 7ptPlty 1 3 i ii JCJ, i 54 n s. s.iS5' E Sfe .