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CURIOUS CLASS OF PHENOMENA. DENTISTS. The Jewett Farm. THE FINLAY ROSS D. W. SMITH. Dentist. Eagle building, Douglas avenue. Wichita, Kansas. ' y 4 P s$ , R. R. TIME TABLES. St. Iu, Ft. s. &. vr. it. K. EAST BOUND TRAINS. Depart St. Louis Day Express and Mall 9.16a.m. St. Loul Night Express and Mail K3) p.m. Kansas City Day Express and Mall 9:1G a. m. Kansas City NlRht Express and Mail 7fl0p.m. Freight and Accommodation , 12:13 p.m. WEST IJOC.ND TIU0.1S. Depart St. Louis Day Express end Mall 7.-00p. m. St. Louis Night Express and Mall 7:10a.m. Kansas City Day Express and 3Iall .7:UJ p. m. Kansas City Night Express and Mail "7:10 a.m. Freight and Accommodation l:U)p.m. Daily, t Daily except Sunday. Wichita A Colorado. Depart Mt. Hope-Express and Mall -K5:30a.m. Jit. Hope Accommodation. i2-Mp. in. Arrive Mt. Hoi Express and Mall 62S p. m. Mt. Hoie Accommodation A10aX) a. in. (Dally except Sunday. McKEE &. PATTEN. Surgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted -without pain. Best set artilicial teeth, SSJO. Office 21" West Douglas avenue, Wichita, Kan. DR. J. C. DEAN. Dentist. Opposite the postofllce. Teeth extracted without pain DRS. W. L. DOYLE & WILSON. Dentists. Office over Barnes & Sou' drug store, Centennial BloclcWichita. MUSIC TEACHERS. MRS. S. T. HENDRICKSON. Teacher of l'lano. Organ and Theory, m North Mar ket street. A., T. Jfc s. r. It. It. Going North, Passenger Going North, Accommodation . Going South. l'jsenger Going South, I'.-iKseuger Going South, Accommodation , Arrives. 433 p. 111. 11:15 a. in. S:15a. m. 7:45p.ln. 20 p.m. leaves. Going North, Passenger Sid p. m. Going Nortli, Accommodation U.-uOm. Going South, l'assenger JiSCa. m. Going South, Accommodation 2.3 ji. m. Going North, Passenger hSTia. in. Going South, Passenger. 7:15 p.m. Wichita A Western. Arrives. No. 2, Mall and Express SAT a.m. No. 4, Sxpni 4:40 p.m. Way freight liss a. m. Ixjaves. No. 1 Mall and Express CJ5a. m. No. S, Exvress (i:10u.in. Way Freight 2:10 j.m. St. Louis A: San Fraucibco. Leaves. Going Wet, Passenger 63) a. in. Going Went, Pasengpr 5.50 p. m. Going Went, FrUht 12.-0jp.in. Going Eiut, Pa.JM.uger 9:25 a. m. Going East, Passenger 9li.m. Going Hast, Krelglit 10.Mji.in. Going Kant, Freight 8:00 a.m. GEO. T. THOMPSON, Professional Piano Tuner and Kenalrer. Refer ences, Catherine Kassell aiid Thomas Shaw & Co. All pianos tunee iiy the wave ftein the only method that will tune your piano perfect and make It sound charming. Work guaranteed. Leac orders with Thomas Shaw & Co., music dealers. Main street. a. vr. num. ARCHITECTS. RUSH & GILES. Architects and SuixTlntendents. Office in Green & ITay's building, over 1J5 Wc-t Douglas ave. C. W. KELLOGG.' Architect and superintendent. Plans and specifica tions for all classes of buildings. Office over Hyde's IkkiIc h'ore. TERRY & DUMONT. Architects and Superintendents. Office In RojV block. Wichita, Kan. W. T. rilOUDPOOT. O. W. MUD. PROUDFOOT&BIRD. Architects and Superintendents. Office in Eagle block. MISCELLANEOUS. MISS ROBERT VAWTER, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J. M. BALDERSON. Attorney at Law, Wichita. Sedgwick eounlv Office In Centennial Block. Teacher of the science and art of elocution, principles not imitations; thorough drill; refers by jeniiiloii to l(C..l.l. Jieuilt. Clias. Ati.iins. n for Str .Inlmr. , -... r.. ,..... .. u.:,i .,..., i: w :.: church: Hcv. W. II. Hendryx. I!ui Ilia, or call at B5 """' ' """ lxiixiuS, appaniiuus, Serious Attention Given to "Mesmeric," "Psychical" and "Spiritistic" A notable feature of the tendencies of scientific thought to-day is the serious at tention given to the class of phenomena known as "mesmeric," "psjchical" and "spir itistic," Where formerly those concerned in these matters were chiefly ignorant, superstitious, credulous and of ill-balanced minds, it appears that intelligent people are more and more giving their attention to them, with the growing conviction that there is, after all, "something in them," and that, amid a great deal of deception, there "-emain facts which cannot be explained by any accepted laws. Investigators have hitherto had to pursue their researches in the face of much prejudice, it having been considered disreputable to have anything to do with such matters. Even men of the highest standing in sci ence and of unimpeachable character, like Alfred Kusell Wallace, Baron Von Keich enbach and Professors Crookes and Zollner, who began their investigations in the skep tical spirit which is the iirst requisite, were persecuted and maligned by many of their fellow-scientists for the conclusions which they reached. Then the London Dialectic society appointed a committee of investiga tion, but when a report corroborating the actuality of such phenomena was presented, the society refused to receive it Then, in the beginning of 1SS2, the English Society for Psychical Research was formed with the aim of approaching the various problems involved u without prejudice or prepossession of any kind, and in the same spirit of exact and unimpassioned inquiry which has ena bled science to solve so many problems once not less obscure nor less hotly debated." The society, which included many of the most eminent men in England, accumulated a great mass of evidence concerning thought- 1886. CHENEY, KAN. STALLIONS. 1886. KAXSAS WILKES. 35J9. Foaled 131; color bay; size 16 hands; sired by George Wilkes, sires of forty-five 30 performers- flit dam Almont, 33, sire of thirty performers, second dam by Gen. Lee. thoroughbred grandson of Imperial 31acoe. PATCHEX WILKES, 3350. Foaled 1532; color black; size 15f hands; sired by George Wilkes, 519. sire of forty-flve 2 JO performers: first dam by Mambrlno Patchen. 53. sire of fourteen 2-31 performers; second dam Betty Brown (dam of Wilkes Boy. 2:24H) by Mambrino Patchen, 50; third dam. Pickles, by JIambrino Chief, 11. ERIE WILKES, 3610. Foaled 1SS; color bay: size 15 1-2 hands; sired by George Wilkes, 519, sire of forty-five 2a) performers: dam by Confederate Chief, -U3; sire William Arthur, i:19J. SEDGWICK, 2260. Foaled 1S77; color brown; size 15f hands; sired by AUIe West, 715. br Almont. S3; first dam bv Garrard Chief. 225.'!. by Mambnno Chief, 11; second dam Puss by old Gray Eagle (thoroughbred.) The above stallions will stand at $25 the season, with privilege of return the following season If mare uoes noi prove wiui joai; $ui uue ai lune oi service, anu oaiance ucwuer ist, iswj. KD."G5IAX,3X6. Foaled 1SS3; color black; size 16J hands. Sired by Champ Ferguson. 496. by Alta, TC3: first dam bv Standard Bearer: sire of Marlowe. 2:15. dam br William Mambrino. the dam of Santa Claus. 2:17V. Terms: S3) the 1 season, with privilege of return the following season If mare does not prove In foal; Slo due at time of ser- iice, anu uaiance uciooer i, iao. I also have an imported Percheron stallion standing at 815; payable April 1st, 13S if mare proves In foal; if not In foal, no charge. For further iartlculars regarding the above stallions address HENRY C. JEWETT, Cheney, Sedgwick county, Kan. X Main M, ujistairs. dC2fit FOREST CITY L A., No. 5220 K. of L Will meet regularly every Friday night In Beacon Block Hall. Members are requested to be pre-ent each e enlng. By order of M. W. Kan. dl!tf J. R. SITES. Attorney at-Law. Offlce 117 B Douglas aenuo with Anglo American Loan and Investment Co. JONES & MONTAGUE. Attorneys at Law. Offlce In the Eagle Block, over Hovej&CVft Drj Goods .tore. 72 'int. A. T. CARPENTER. Attornoy-at-Law. Oflleo, No. 121 N Main street, tip fitalr. nxt to po-tofllcc. Wichita. Kniivus. d2Uwl2tf SK. V. C. STANLEY. SLUSS & STANLEY. Attoriifys at-I,iw, Wichita. Kansas. J. F. LAUCK. Attorney at Ijw. Offliw first door north of U. S. Land office in Commercial Block, Wichita, Knnsan. Special ottention glren to all kind of business cou liected witli Uif Lnited btates Land otllce. HATTON &. RUGGLES. Attorneys at Law, Kaglo Block. Wichita, Kansas. li. n. nois. E. c. KCfWIXS. RUGGLES & ROYS. Attoruevs at-Liw. Offlce orer No. 139 Main street, Wichita, Kansas. JAMES. F. MAJOR. Attorney n-Lw. Will practice In nil Kansas court. ColWtions a upeclauv. Offlco oer Smith & Stovcry. Donghw nvenuc. Wichita, Kan. D. A. MITCHELL. Attorney at Law and collection agent. Street, Wichita, Kansas. RODGERS, The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes ami st le He also carries the finest assortment of picture frames In the city. Ghe iilm a friendly call and ex amine sample". B. S. GARRISON. Justice of the Peace. Office with Woodcock & Dorrey, In Dorsey building. M. J. PARROTT. Practical Paper-llangtr and Decorator. At llde & Bumble's. French "As She Is Spoke " In Cookery. Lspic Savory jolly for cold dishes. au gratin Dishes prepared with sauce and crumbs and baked. Bouchees 2sery tiny patties or cakes, as name indicates inouthfuK Baba A peculiar, sweet Trench yeast cake. Bechamel A rich, white sauce made with stock. Biscno A white soud made of sholl fish. To Blanch To place any article on the ! lioving, others E. D. PARSONS. Attornev-at'L.'iw and Ileal Estate Agent. op)ositc Manhattan hotel, room . H. E. GORN. Attorney-at Law. Onicooerl23 Douglas avenue. F. P. MARTIN. Attorney -at-Lnw. Office oor n.vdo & Bumble's Book store. 114 Main straet, up stall. s. Wichita, Kan. J. M. Attorney-at Law, W Main street. HUMPHREY. Ddman's Bank building, 118 O. W. COLLIKOS. K0HRRT M. riTT. C0LLINGS& PLATT. Attorneys at-Law. Will practice In state and fed eral courts. Omoe In Temple blockt Ualn street, sec- viiu Bww " wj ii'WIDII y UUIW, TtH.111111, XVcLllIV9. S. W. AUAJM. 1K. W. ADAMS. ADAMS & ADAMS. "Attorneys at Iiw. Will practice in state and fed oral courts. Offlco In Eagle blck. Wichita, Kansas. HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION. Commercial block, Wichita, 0. D. KIRK. Attorney! t-Ijiw. Boom No. S, U. S. Land Oflleo Building, Wichita. Kan. w. S. MORRIS. Office In Temple Block. Wichita, B, X. SA5KIT. I. I CAltrBBLI.. SANKEY& CAMPBELL Lawyers, Wichita, Kansas. Office- southwest cor ner Market street and Douglas (it.;. A. R. MU SELLER. Attorney-nt Ijiw. Office over Shaw's Music store, opposite postofficc, German spoken. Wichita, Kan. GEO. W.CLEMENT, JR. Attorney-nt-Law. Oflleo 14 Main street, Kanvas National Bank building, Wlchltn. Kan. tt'IIYSICIANS. M. A. PRATT, M. D. Office up Uo wt ktalrwny In the Bagle block; resi lcnca. lot 9 Wubai.li itvtuina miAr First street. G. M. BIBBEE, M. D. Ofilc and rsldiiic. 811 DobcIm nvonna, south sldo. Bamn block, otut Derby's Implement store, Wichita. W. A. MINNICK, M. D. IlomoipitChlst. Office with Dr. 11. Uathows, Main street, Aid stalrtruy corUi of poiuofllec. KuM denos, Wll Rartti l-'ourth street, nour Union depot, Wichlui, Kiuiaas. Tvlephouo No. 141. DR. J. J. STONER. Homeoeathlot. Office op pout W postofficc. denro, (US North Main trts?t, Wiohlto, Kansas. phone 118. Bcal-leio- DR. B. A. GUYTON&SON. Physicians und Surgeons. Offlee Doivm block, oppo site Ocnidentnl hotel. Kosideaee, 7J7 Water street, corner Oak t-tixxt. DR. C. C. ALLEN. rhysiclan nuj Smvoon. Offioo and residence 1J0 Douglas avenue. Now and effectual treatment of hemorrhoids, und diseases of woman n pccialiy. DRS. McCOY&PURDY. Office 1T7 Main street, over Beoht & Sons' store, Wichita, Kaii. Telephone at riMldence. E. B. RENTS, M. D. Physician and Surge'm. Offlce over Fuller & SouV Orocoiy. J. HILTON' WELCH, M. D. T. H. WKLCtI, M. 1) DRS. WELCH &. WELCH. Office 534 Douguifl nvenuo, Wichita. Kansas, where they may 1m? found at all hours. RUSSELL & JORDAN. PhysIclMis and Surgeons. Office on wet side of Malu trct, first stairway south of Masonic building. Telephouo to A. 1). T. . PALMER C. JAY. Physician and Surgeon. Office at D. G. Terry's drug store, i13 Ka-st DougLm avenue. Physician. Main street. I. H. MATTING LY. Office over London. Tailors, No. 13(5 N L. S. ORDWAY, M. D. Honiara ruit hist. Offlou rtornnr Ioc1ajs an.l Tjiit. rence avouueti. nxtins 1 aud 5; teluphouo 3VL. MRS. SELINA H. MILLER. Homoa'pathlc Phjsleian, corr.or River street aud Central avenue. E. E. HAMILTON, M. D. Specialties: Db-easus of the Eye. Kar, Nose and Throat. Catarrh ami fitting glasses. Office southwe&t corucr Douglas and Market, up stnlrs, Wichita. Kati. DR. E. M.CONKLIN. Office over StewartV drug store, corner Main and Second Btroet, Diseases of women, pllen, vtmeral and private (lfcoase. skin eruptions aud aU chronic dLs easea. MicooMfully treated. Office hours 9 to U-JSi :u in. 1 to 5 and 6:80 to S p. m. DR. BREENE. OculUt and AnrKt. Offlce 110 Douglas avenue, near Main street, Wlehita, Kansas. W. M.JOHNSON, Ilomceopathist. General practice, chronic diseases, and diseases of fomnle. Telephone No. 106. Offlce and residence over Stscl Son's hardware store, 117 y Main street, Wichita, Kan. Offloe hours. 3 to 10 a. nu, 1 to 4 p. ni.. and at nicbt. d3tf fire till it l.oils, then plungo it in cold water, to whiten poultry, vegetables, etc. To re move the skin by immersing in boiling water. Bouillon A clear soup, stronger than broth, 3et not so strong ua consomme, which is "reduced" soup. Braiso Meat cooked in a closely-covered stew-pan, so that it retains its own flavor, and those of tho vegetables and flavorings put with it Brioche A very rich, unsweetened French cake made with yeast Cannelon StulTed rolled-up moat Consomme Clear soup of bouillon boiled down till very rich, L e., consumed. Croquettes A savory minco of fish or fowl, made with sauce into shapes and fried. Croustades Fried forms of broad to serve minces or other meats upon. Entree A small dish, usually served bo tween courses at dinner. Fondue A light preparation of molted cheese. Fondant Sugar boiled, and beaten to a creamy paste. Hollnndaise Sauce A rich sauce, some thing like hot mayonaise. Matelote A rich fish stew, with wina Mayonnaise A rich salad dressing. Meringue Sugar and white of egg beaten to sauce. Marmade A liquor of spices, vinegar, etc., in which fish moats are steeped before cooking. Miroton Cold meat warmed in various ways, and dished in circular form. Purse This name is given to very thick coups, the ingredients for thickening which have been rut bed through a sieve. Foulotte Sauce A bechamel sauce, tc which white wine and sometimes egss are addod. l'agout A rich, brown slew, with mush rooms, vegetables, etc. l'iquanto A sauce of several flavors, acid predominating. Quenelles Forcemeat with bread, yolk of eggs, highly seasoned, and formed with a spoon to an oval shape, then poached and used either as a dish by themselves, or to garnish. Kemoulado A salad dressing differing from umyonnaiso, in that the eggs are hard boiled and rubbed in a mortar with mus tard, herbs, etc. Hissole Rich minco of meator fish, rolled in thin pastry and fried. Koux A cooked mixture of butter and flour, for thickening soups and stows. Ealmia A rich stew of game, cut up and dressed, when half roasted. Sauter To toss meat, eta, over tho fire, in a little fat Soulllo A very light, much-chippod-up pudding or omelettes. Timbalo A sort of pio in a mold. Vol au vents Patties of very light puff paste, made without a dish or mold, and tilled with meat or preser es, etc. Cathe rine Owen in Good Housekeeping. Married People Would Ie Happier If home troubles were never told to neigh bora. If exjieasos were proportioned to roceipU If they tried to bo as agrooable as in court ship days. If each remembered that the other was a human being, and not an angeL If furl and provisions were laid in during tho high tide of summer work. If both parties remembered that they married for worse as well as for better. If masculine bills for Havanas and femi nino ditto for rare lace wore turned into the general fund until such time as they could bo incurred without risk. If men would remember that a woman can not bo always smiling who has to cook the dinner, answer tho door bell half a dozen times, and get rid of a neighbor who has dropped in, tend a sick baby, tie up the cut fln.er of a "2-year-old, tie up the head of a 5 year-old on skates, and get an .-year-old ready for school, to say nothing of cleaning,, sweeping, dusting, etc. A woman with all this to contend with may claim it as a privi lege to look and feel a little tired sometimes, and a word of sympathy would not be too much to expect from tho man who, during tho honeymoon, would not let her carry as much as a sunshade. Western Plowman. etc. This fact was the occasion for tho forma tion, at a meeting held in Boston in 1654, of the American Society for Psychical Re search, tho founders of which lelt that the evidence published by the English society was of a measure not to be ignored by s i entilic men. Following the methods pur sued by other scientific observations, which, when published, immediately invito many careful students to tho work of corrobora tion or disproof, tho American society felt that there was a duty of systematically repeating observations similar to those made in England with a view to confirm ing them if truo, and definitely pointing out the sources of error in them if false. Tho Amsrican society, which has been quietly at work for something line a year, has already uttained a considerable mem bership, and finds a widespread interest in the sub.oct Tho object of the society is briefly do, ,ned to be 'the systematic study of tho la w- of mental action." Tho officers include leading men of science in various parts of tho country, and other eminent gentlemen interested in the subject They represent all shades of opinion, some be- disbelievmg, while others HOTCHKINS I WHEELER When Marriase Is Contemplated. One world-wide trouble is the coming to gother of two persons whose tastes are jus! as unlike as it is possible for them to be. At girl who is fond of theatres, dances and , amusements generally marries a man who cares nothing for all these, but would like to sit by his own hearthstone, reading and ' conversing with his wife upon the current topics of the day, or deeper things which she I cares nothing about, but would rather talk ' theatre, the latest "star," etc, or fancy . work. 1epend upon it, where two such persons marry love soon walks out at the door. I Would it not, then, be wise to teach our ! young people to be perfectly honest and out- i are indifferent to, tho existence of so-called psychical laws. Boston Herald. Japan Journal on the Chinese Question. Since it is a fact that citizens of the United States have, without any reasonable excuse, injured citizens of tho Chinese em pire within the territory of tho United States, weseouo reason whatever why tho Amer ican government should not pay a proper indemnity to the Cuiueso government Wo believe that in ordinary cases, under similar circumstances, the United States would without hesitation accede to the demand of compensation. But there is one thing which makes the case especially unfavorable to the Chinese empire. That is, the world does not look upon the American-Chinese trouble as an ordinary international affair. It is only when contestants are not very unequal in their respective situations, that the question of right and wrong plays any important part in the settlement of a dis pute. When two persons of very different social standing quarrel, the rule is that the one of tho higher position is generally con sidered right, and the other wrong. For instance, in the feudal times, when a samurai (retainer) and a yeta (the lowest caste) entored into a quarrel, the result, nino times out of ten, was that however reasonable tho latter's claim might be, tho samurai was declared right and the yeta wrong. This was not only because tho law of our country was at that time very lmjierfect, but chiefly because it was recognized b3 all tho Jap anese as a matter of fact that the yeta was not an ordinary human being, but a creat ure a degree below mankind; and that any common human being was just as right in beating aud killing this inferior creature as in similarly treating a dog or a cat Thus to ill-treat a yeta was regarded by the old Japane;o neither as a moral offense nor as a legal offence. Now, it can not be denied that tho Amer icans look upon the Chinese to-day as our samurai looked upon the yeta in the feudal times. Since tho Americans do not admit the Chinese to be their equals, they do not much hesitate to inflict any kind of injury upon tho latter. Not only the Americans them selves, but all the other civilized nations of the world, entertain the same feeling against tho Chineso. Hence tho recent massacre of tho Chinese in the United States does not receive sovere condemnations from ether civilized countries. There are, indeed, some people here and there, who denounce the brutality of the rioters and sympathize with the joor Chinamen. But we are afraid that their motive in so doing is of the same nature ns that of a grandmother who chides her grandchild for teasing a cat, or of a philanthropist who pities an unfortunate horse whipped by a cruel master. Trans lated from Jiji-Simpo. Various Mouse-Cleaning Hints. In this season of general up-turning ana house-cleaning it may not be amiss to re member that ammonia in water cleanses glass and paint much better than soap does; that it sometimes costs less to ha e a badly soiled room repainted, after a moderate use of the mop and brush, than it does to bav it scrubbed and scoured, to say nothing of tho expenditure of strength; that salt and vinegar brighten brasses as well as anj more modern and expensive potions; that i small bag of charcoal hung in a rainwatei barrel purifies it perfectly; that plastei busts and statuetts may be cleaned, when it is not desired to paint them, by dipping them into thick liquid starch and drying and w hon the starch is brushed off the dirt is brushed off with it: that it is a good plan to go over the bedsteads before begin ning any of the cleaning, as delay in these days when the sun has become strong is apt to increase the trouble there; thtt it is wise to open the campaign at the top of the house and in the unused rooms, and so give less confusion and prominence to the atiair; that, on reaching their breeding haunts at the bottom of the house, jwwdered boras mixed with a little powdered sugar and scattered about in spots will prov certain death to cockroaches and to ants, and if that is not handy, a few drops of spirits of tur pentine sprinkled here and there will be ai eilecthe in the case of these nuisances as it is in tho case of moths. Chicago Tribune. Summer itesorta Growing Unpopular. People who wish to enjoy a summer rest should erect small houses up in the mount ains or by the sea shore and furnish them in Arcadian simplicity. Summer resorts are growing unpopular, and the aim of the traveler of to-day is to find some isolated and quiet spot whero the vulgar public never go. Ch.cago Times. Kipenslve Vounj Ladies in Atlanta. The moot expensive young ladies in At lanta spend about 100 a year each for dresses, and when one of theae lovely creat ures has a wedding, they say her father is lucky if he comes cut of it for less thort $1,500. Atlanta Constitution. Do a general real estate and exchange business. Offer specia bar gains in land and city property, improved and unimprove L WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR PROPERTY FREE OF CHARGE. Large list of lands to exchange for city property and stocks of goods. Loans negotiated and insurance placed. No. 227, BAST DOUGLAS AVENUE. El4 Hi BP) iB JJkFVMmJEm aj Wm H WE fMk jjk pv3HIH f -IHI i B B I iIkI vXk BgjpJ m mi m Ymmtu7 ih Iiii39S?9HBliisa2affSPl -tntia iu TOW fSBUkmrpr Fnrnitare -:-and -:- Carpet EMPORIUM. LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT Df THE STATK TO Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses, "Window Shades, Shade Fixtures, Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Baby Carriages, etc. TOSS BLOCK, Opposite the rewtofflw. XX 119 and lit M.U.V STREET. WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY, -Manufacturers of- Fine Crackers Pure Candies. JOBBERS IN FRUITS, NUTS, ETC. Agents for ,fGood Faith", "Scout" and "Success" brands of Cigars. : GOODS SOLD TO DEALERS ONLY. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. - isijrfj GANDOLFO CAFE. BUY LOTS IN -:- & -:- Fislier's -:- -:- mi These Lots are close to the City Limits, and are lying between Central Ave. and Second Street, east of town. These lots are for sale on cheap and easy terms. No college, Union depot or machine shops are to be built on tnem. For terms apply at BUTLER & FISHERS HARDWARE STC RE 110 DOUGLAS AYE. Comanehe, Comanehe County, Kansas. A new city on the Cimmarron, at its junction with Big Bluff and Cavalry creeks, offers more inducements to the investor than any other new town platted in Kansas this year. Only three miles from the great natural salt deposit; a fine water power at the foot of Cavalry Valley, with its hundreds of fine farms, many under culti vation. A chance to get in now on the ground floor. No lots given away. Many brick and frame buildings going up. "Write for full particulars to the COMANCHE TOWN" COMPANT, New Kiowa, Kansas. ft" n5aaiPfi?Sfc'i&-HKa T5T rw TB"? w mmma&sk m k-r t IfMTlrTnr ""i" ir mil m3 3 PT V Finest : Restaurant : in : Kansas. WE JLVKE A SVECLVLTV OF TROPICAL KRUIT8 AND RAKE CONFECTIONS. ami 3IA1N Slm-tn. GAMH)I.VO & HOSSI, lYoprletor. - Hraoro Iluitfv, New Kiowa. Kan.J- ZirS. n.-On!-r tor ICE CTIKAM In tiny tlaYor pack, ixl lu MotiMs or Ifulk. promptly Mini. The Nicest Lots in the City are in HIBARGER'S --ADDITION, Eetween Park and Tenth Streets, west of Washington Avenue Prices Low and Terms Easv. BUNN'ELL a MOREHOUSE, SOLE AGENTS. Wichita City Roller Mills and Elevator. ESTABLISHED 1371. INCOKPUH VTEI) I'm. A N N E S S (A New Town), Located on the Leroy & Western Bailroad, an extension of the Atchison, Topeka & Tanta Pe Railroad, in Erie township, Sedgwick county, Kansas, owned by the Ar kansas Valley Town Company. PRICES LOW AND TERMS EASY. TWELVE MILES PROM AN"Y Railroad Town, in a well settled and improved farming community, insuring good support from the start. Call on or write me at once and secure choice o I lots. G. A. HATFIELD, General Agent, Wichita, Kan. -Manufacture the Kollo Ins Celebrated Unuiils:. IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy; X. R., Fancy. L C. TIippc hraiiiN h.ivt liwn on tho market i-ait, west, north and wiutli for t-n yearn, nnd thry har won nn enviable reputation heruvor liurcxluittl. To try them fet to stny w Itll tlivm. We are always In the morkrt for wheat at bLrhest cah price. OLIVER, IMBODEN & CO. O.'B. STOCKER, N EW KIOWA The Future Metropolis and Railroad Centre of the Southwest. NEW KIOWA 1 located in the onthastern jKrtion of Bar!er county, Kan.as; h the terminus of the Southern Kans.is railroad, a It will be of the M. Louis, Yt. Scott & Wichita railroad and the Knwas Cltr .t Southwestern railroad the present rob-on, thus (jivlnjr her three competing lilies. The location of NEW KIOWA Is a sufficient puarantv that she will ever Ikj the great shipping joint and cattle mart of the Southwest and the NATUIIAL GATEWAY TO TIIE INDIAN TERRITORY, PAN-HANDLE OF TEXAS AND SOUTHWESTERN KANS. It Is the creat supplv and distributing point for ths countries nlovc named. Between Aurut Tth and November 10th. 1-sS. New Kiowa hpped ftj.73) head of fatcottle to the eastern markets, and double If not treble this numlier the present vason. THIS UOOMIXQ YOUNG CITY Is surrounded by one or the most !eautlful and productive regions of Kansas. We harp pure, sparkling water in abundance. Two Kdld bank", the Bank of New Kiowa havins a capital of SltUW'J. also a reliable private bank; two newspaper; live hotcU. five lumber yards. Jive liveries, eli?ht real e-tate Arm, a number of wholesale and retail nn-r eautile houses, nn elegant oiera house now bull-Jin, churches, shoots, brick yard, etc. THE KIOWA TOWN COMPANY DONATE LOTS ON WHICH TO ERECT Churches, colleges, mills, machine shops, manufactories, etc. They cell desirable city and country property at reasonable prlc--. on easv terms and guarantee satisfaction in every caM;. I'QH KURTUEK PAKTICL LAKS CALL UN OK ADDKESa THE KIOWA TOWN COMPAlNrY, New Kiowa, Kansas. W. N. DEAN. A. IL 3LVXWELL. Notary Public. DEAN IMAXWtLL, Real Estate Dealers. We have property In every desirable locality In the dtp-, also a lars list of Farm Pror-rty. By eallln; at oar offlee pou can Ret our prlee and ee our property free of charge. OFFICE: ROOM 4 EAGLF. BLOCK. Flrt stairway nast of Wichita Gallons! Bank. DEAN & MAXWELL Mantels, Grates, C E N T E R P I E C E S Fire Clay, HfJ mm 4Wm ill FirelBrick, MAPtBLE-' DUST, s WHITE : KANIV LATH, Lime, Hair, New York and Michigan Plaster. Louisville and Portland Cement. 'AP.D and OFFICE On Water Stre t. tx-tntvn I)n,'la Avenue and FIrt Street. Wichita, Kansas, BUNNELL I MOREHOUSE, Real Estate and Insurance Agents. A., T. & S. F. R. R. LANDS. Bargains n city and county property Our insurance companies are as follows: Etna, Liverpool, London Globe, German-American, Insurance Com pany of North America, Hartford, Phceni, of Hartford, Home, of lie York; New York Underwriters. FINE CARRIAGES. C. A. STAFFOrJ). T. F, CLEGG CULVER & CLEGG, Real Estate and Loan Agents Office south side Douglas ave, 2d stairway w of Lawrence. H. W. TENDLE, FUNERAL -:- DIRECTOR, Acd Dealer la- Wood, Cloth and Metalic Burial Cases CASKETS, ROBES, GLOVES, CRAPE, ETC. Hmre two fine hoarws. A privai telepbose direct to Wichita Otoeurr. OScr aJ-araj oja ca DocsU mTeacc, Wichita, Kpm. Prompt attention to onlr fcj- Telegraph We carry a full line of Spring Work consisting of Carriages, Phaetons, Jump-Seats, Surrys, PARK WAGONS, BUGG-IES and ROAD-CARTS. We bave a great variety of styles and will make prices to suit the times. KELLY, ALEXANDER 1 RAHN, 123 MARKET STREET. S. D. PALLETT, -DEALER S- Northern 1 Southern Pine Lumber, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. QmcraXTETAPoA.. WICHITA, KAN.