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law V3 Kansas. ,v.,i. CftE. .'Y . JxrrTii w'V 1 ' 11. R. TIME TABLES. 3j, . Ft. S. k. W. K. K. jrjgj SOUND TU.UNS. Depart St. Louis Day Express asd Jfrp"..- St. Loufe Night Evpross ana Hit ,,. Kansas City Day Express aud SlaH ..,. Hanas City Night Express and Mail..., iTclght and Accommodation , W i.T IJOU.ND TRAINS. Depart St. Louis Day Express and Mail M. Louis Ni;ht E pre, and Mail . Kansas City Day Express and Mail."" Kaunas City Nicht Expicss and Mail ' "0.16 a.m. 75Mii.m. ......ti.ica. m. .7.S)p. m. .fiJlljp.in. 7:00 p. m 7:10 a. ru-7.-00 p. m. 7:10 a. in. '"5"i aim .ccomniCKlatIon. 10 p. in. ' D.illy. Daily except Sunday. Wichita &. Colorado. Depart Sit. Hope Express and Mail. Mt. Hope Accoimiiodation .. Arrive Mt. Hope Express aud Mail.. Mt. Hope Aeeoinmodatiou.. .. -fOla. in. -i2.3a i. m. -if,23p. in. , 10.-00.1. 111. tDaily except Sunday. A., T. & S. V. II. It. Arrives. Going North, 1'afsonger 4 A) p. m. GolnjrNortli, Accommodation ll:lri a. in. Going South, 1'a.sscnger. Mia. m. Going South, PasseiiKer 7:15 p. in. Going South, Accommodation 2:Op. m. leaves. Going North, Passenger r.-05 i. m. Going Sorth, Accommodation 12.-(i0in. Going South, Tan-eugcr 9-Tin.m. Going South, Accommodation 2.3) p. in. Going Nartli, rassenger. 825 a.m. Going South, raseiiger 7:5 j. in. Wichita A Western. Arri' Sa. rhes. a. m. No. 2, Mail and Express. No. 4, Rxprus.1 Way Freight No. 1 Mailan.l Express.. No. C, Kxpivo. Way height ... 4:40 p. in. ...11:53 a. in. Ix-aes. ... 3.55 a. in. ... fi:19p.m. ... 3.10p.m. Jt. lAiuis ,t San l'rancisto. Leaves. .Cat a. in. a 50)1.111. 120") p.m. .'..' a. in. :)3 p. in. Going TTost, Passenger. . Going Wast, Passenger.. Going We-st, Freight Going Kskt, P.uengei-... Going East. Pasenger. . . ooing ijsi, i re:cni Going K.LSt, PreirfUt b0 10.31 p a. in. ATTORXKYS-AT-LAl'. J. M. BALDERSON. Attorney at Law, Wichita, Scdguick county Kan. Oilice in Centennial Mock. dl'Jttf J. R. SITES. Attorney at Law. OIHce 117 E Douglas ai cnue. iil)i Anglo American Ixian and liie.stinent Co. JONES & MONTAGUE. Attorneys at Law. Olllce In the Eagle IJIock, over 7lo ey & Co'fi Dry Goods store. 72 2U!f. A. T. CARPENTER. Attorney at-Law. Olllce. No. 121 N Main street, up .stairs, next to Klonlce. Wichita. Kansas. l20vljtf 21. C. SLUsh. W. n. STAMXY. SLUSS& STANLEY. Attorneys at Itw. Wichita. Kansas. J. F. LAUCK. Attorney at Law. Ofllco ilrst door north of U. S. .Land olllco In Commercial IJIock, Wichita, Kaus.is. ibpecial ottcntion gix'n to all kinds of busines, con Jidted vi ith the United .States lul ofllce. HATTON & RUGGLES. Attorneys at Ijt. Iligle Hloj-k. Wichita. Kansas. n. c. nriiOLiis. n. h. no b. RUGGLES & ROYS. Attorneys' at Law. OHicc ov er No. 133 Main street, ichit.i, kaiisas. JAMES. F. MAJOR. Attorney at Law. Will practice in all Kansas couiLs. Collections a specialty. Olllce over Smith A: Stov r', Douglas avenue, Wichita, Kan. D. A. MITCHELL Attorney at Law and collection agent, street. Wichita, Kansas. E. D. PARSONS. Attorney at l.aw and Heal Estate Agent, opposite Manhattan hotel, room It. H. E. GORN. Attorney at-Law. Ofilce ov er 122 Douglas av enuc. F. P. MARTIN. Attorney at Law. Olllce over Hjde t Ilumble's Hook store. 111 Main street, U stairs, Wichita, Kan. J. M. HUMPHREY. Attorney at Law, Woodman's Dank building. 111 Main sti cct. G. w. COUJAOS. iiournT 3U nvrr. C0LLINGS&. PLATT. Attorne.vsat l.aw. Will practice In state and fed -ral courts. Olllce in Temple block. Main street, sec ond stairvv ay north of post olllce. Wichita. Kansas. S. W. All OLs. CLO. W. ADAMS. ADAMS & ADAMS. ."AttoTiiejsat Law. Will practice In state and fed eral courts. Olllce in Eagle block. Wichita, Kansas. HARRIS, HARRIS & VERMILLION. Attoi nc s at Law, Commercial block, Wichita, 0. D. KIRK. Attorney .it Law. Kooin No. ."., U. S. Land Oftice building. Wichita. Kim. W. S. MORRIS. Attornei at Law. Olllce in Temple lllock. Wichita, Kansas. It. A. S VMCCV. I. I'. CAMI'IIUX. SAN KEY & CAMPBELL ijtwjeiN, Widiltn, Kansas. Olllce soutlnvest cor ner Market street and Douglas ave. A. R. MUSELLER. Attorney at Law. Olllce over Shaw's Music store, opp-oitc postollice, German spoken. Wichita, Kan. GEO. W. CLEMENT, JR. Attornev-at Livy. Olllce l."l Main street. National Hank building, Wiehila, Kan. PHYSICIANS. J. M. HOSKINS, M. D. Phvsielaii and surgeon. Olllce in Ilartvvin block, corner Fourth and Douglas avenue over baur's drug -store. Onico hours, fi to 31 a. in., ltoip. in., and at night. tl70 Im G. M. BIBBEE, M. D. Ofliee and icsldence. Sll Douglas avenue, south side, TJarues' block. over Derbj ' linplomcut store, Wichita. W. A. MINNICK, M. D. IIomwiatldst. Ollloe with Dr. It. Mathews, Main street, second stnlrvxav lmrth of poMofliee. liesl 4ience. 1017 North Fourth street, near Union depot, Wichita. Kansas. Tele. phono No. 141. DR. J. J. STONER. Homea'patlilst. Ofllco opposite postofllce. draw, 025 Nortli Main street, Wichiui, Kansas, phone Ho. Ke.sl 'lele DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON. Plivsielans and Surgeons, Ofilce Denni b'ock. onno site Oecidentni hotel, eorntr Oak street. Itesidence, 7J7 Water street. DR. C. C. ALLEN. Plivsiclan suid Surgeon. Ofilce and residence 4M Douglas avenue. New and eflectml treatment of hemorrhoid, and diseases of woman a siKvialtv. DRS. McCOYSc PURDY. Ofllco 147 Jluin street, over Recht .t Sons' Wichita. Kau. Telephone at rv!.idence. E. B. RENTS, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Olllce ov rr Fuller & Sou's Grocery. J. MILTON" WELCH. V I. . K. WELCH, m. p DRS. WELCH & WELCH. Ofllco 221 Douglas avenue, Wichita, ICansas, vv liere t liev mar be found at all hours. RUSSELL & JORDAN. Phvsiclans and Surgeons. Ofllco on west side of Main street. Ilrst stairvv ay south of Masonic building. Telephone to A. D. T. PALMER C. JAY. Physician and Surgeon. Ofllco at D. G. Terry's drug Ftorc. '.'IS Ilxst Douglas av cnue. I. H. MATTING LY. Plivsiclan. Olllce over London Tailors No. 153 N Main" street. L S. ORDWAY, M. D. ITomtKupathlst. Ofllco corner Douglas and Law rence avenues, rooms 1 and 5; telephone 153. MRS. SELINA H. MILLER. rTlonioocp.itliic Physician, corner Uiver street and Central avenue. E. E. HAMILTON, M. D. Specialties: Disease of the Ev e, Kar, Nose aud Throat. Catarrh and titling glasses. Ofliee southwest corner Douglas and Market, up stairs, Wichita. Kans. DR. E. M. CONKLIN. Ofllce over Stewart's drug store, corner Main and Second street. Dlsts-isui f women, piles, veneral and nrlvate diseases, skin rruptlons nud all chnnlc tiis easo5. successfully treated. Ofllce hours 9 to 11S59 a. m. 1 to 5 and 63u to S p. ui. DR. BREENE. Oculist and Aurist. Ofllce 110 Douglas av enue, near Slain street, VTMilia, Knnsas. W. M.JOHNSON, tlimiwinsthlKt, General practice, chronic diseases. .H .UMiwiaf ftn&livi. Talenhone No. 106. T HftimMr oae and residence over Steel & Son's hardware atore. 117 K Main street, Wlealta. Kan. , . , . . OlBoehoBrs, atol0a.ni- toi'smandat nlcht- aX'ti DEXTISTP- D. W. SMITH. Eagle building, Douglas am. uc. tf'J&ta, Dentist. Kansas. McKEE & PATTEN. burgeon Dentists. Teeth extracted without p Best sat ai tincial teeth, $3.50. OJHce t'17 East D rdU avenue. Wichita. Kan. DR J. C. DEAN. Dentist. Opposite the pcotofilce. without pain. Teeth extract? DRS W. L. DOYLE & WILSON.' Dentists. Ofllco oer Rarr.ss & Sou's drug store, Chtennial Eloek.'.Vichlta. jtfUSIC TEACHERS. Teacher of fkmo, Organ &i2l Theory, 4 North Mar ket street. . GEO. T. THOMPSON: Professional Piano TunT and Repairer. Refer ences, Catherine liu.s.-ell nnd Thomas febair & Co. All pianos tunee iy the ivae vmthe only method tliat will tune j our piano ierfct and make it sound eliarining. Work guaranteed. leave orders with Thomas Shaw A: Co., music dealers. Main street. ARCHITECTS. A. w. r.usn. j. si. oiLEb. RUSH &. GILES. Architects and SuperintendMiLs. Ofllco In Green & Ilaj ' building, over lt!3 West Douglas ave. C. W. KELLOGG. Architect and superintendent, tions for all classes of buildings, book store. Plans and specifica Onice orer Hjde' TERRY & DUMONT. Archltoets and Superintendents. Ofilce In Kojs' block, Wichita, Kin. w. t. rR0ui oot. c. w. isi PR0UDF00T& BIRD. Architect's an'l Superintendents. Ofllte in Ea block. 3riSCELLAEOUS. FOREST CITY L A., No. 5220 K. of L Will meet regularly every Friday night In Deacon lilock Hall. Membnrs are lequested to bo present each ev ening. Uy order of 31. W. RODGERS, The Photographer. I'lctures In all sizes and st les. He also carries the llnest assortment of picture flames in the city. Give iiima lncudly call and ex amine samples. B. S. GARRISON. Justice of the Ff.ice. Ofllce witii Woodcock & Dorey, in Dortey billlding. M. J. PARROTT. Practical Paper-llanger and Decorator. At Hjde & Humblc's. A TILLAGE SCAIDAI. "I do not bolisvo it," said Mr; Grant, em- piratically. 'But what everybody says must bo truo," persisted Mrs. Joil'ro-. "By no means," replied Ilolen Grant "Once everybody said tho earth was flat, now wo all know it i3 round." "Speak for yourself!" retorted lira Jef frey. "1 don't know it's round, but I'm wilJing to believe it on good evidence. Thank heaven, I'm not so stubborn that I on't believe. I'm ono of tho sort that can bo convinced of a thing, ovr -f I don't seo it" Mrs. Grant flushed a little, and tears camo to her oyes. "rfhe is my friend, and I lovo her dearly," sho Faid. "rfho has faults every ono can sco that; but this wicked, shameful story I simply can not beliovo it Oh, Mrs. Jeffrey, can yo not see that it is a matter of con science with mo as well as with youf Mrs. Jeffrey, a little ashamed, but of tho same opinion still, rose to go. "If tho matter is brought up in tho church, you w 11 then hear all tho evidence. After you see tho letter you may chango 3our mind." Pino Falls was convulsed over its first scaudaL Tho tonguo of consuro that had faintly reproved when Abram Harris had carried his old mother off to tho hoor-houso, and indulged in audiblo criticism when Laura Cowles had been baptizod in tho river in midwinter during a church revival and died of inflammatory rheumatism a week afterward, hid now broken silonco and car ried tho story from housa to houso until it was on everybody's lips. A mania for visitingTseemed to have' broken out among tho ladios. Half a dozen could be seen any day with a httlo bundle of knitting or crochet in hand, going to make informal visits or calls at tho homes of their intimato friends or noar neighbors. To be sure, each lady was very particular to explain, if opportunity offered, that sho had promised to show Mrs. So-and-So a new 6titcn or pattern, or she had been intending to take hor work and "run in" to seo Mrs. Such-a-ono for six mouths or more. It was really a shaino to neglect one's neigh bors so. Mrs. Jeffrey and Mrs. Martin w ere seated on tho back porch of tho Joffroy mansion, engaged in earnest and confidondial conver sation. Overhead in tho applo tree tho robin sang unheard. On tho floor a mis chiovous kitten played with Miss Martin's ball of zephyr, tangling tho thread un heeded, while her crochet work lay idly in hor lap. ' Sho always did seom frivolous to mo,'' remarked Mrs. Jeffrey. "Xo caro of her house, no interest in domestic matters. There's a great deal said in thoso days about a woman's hiding a God-given talent under n bu-hel, aud smothering her gonius under domestic drudgory; but I've noticed that tho women who aro domestic and take an interest in tbeir homes, aro not tbo women who figure in scandal cases or elopements." "Perhaps," replied Mrs. Martin, who was not quite so conservative as her neighbor, "There's a great deal of human nature in women as well as men. Most of them take an interest in some ono thing beside house keeping. "With somo it is painting, with others music, and othors fancy work or re ligion. I've known women who were really dissipated, you might say, in religious work; they carried it to such unreasonable longths. You and I, not boing gifted in any of these directions, havo gono on in plain, quiet homo life. But we must noS, o:i that account, find fault with those who seo life from a dif ferent standpoint, or call them frivolous bo causo they take an interest in things we don't caro for. Mrs. Down was always fond of dress and "fancy work, but until this story came out everybody seemed to liko her." "Well, j-ou can say what you please," re turned Mrs. Joffrey wrathfully"; "when a woman behaves herself, she won't bo talked about Tho most shameful part of tho whole affair is her assumed innocence. I saw her myself walking along tho Itreet with Mr. Colton only last evening, as cool as you please. If there's a man in this vil lage that I pity, it's Jack Downs.3 Tho next day was Sunday, and tho min ister, Mr. Snow, looked around on tho rap idl' filling pew3 with a feeling of calm com placency. Everybody belonging to the con gregation was there. Every laco wore a look of keen expectancy, and when Jack ! Downs entered with his prettv wife, sig nificant looks wore exchanged, and a sup pressed sensation was visible throughout the audience. Youthful and pretty, she added to these attractions by a taste in dress that was sim ply perfect As sho camo slowly up the aislo twirling her fan nonchalantly, whis pered comments passed from one to an other. "How brazen! Did you ever seo such effrontery!" murmured Mrs. Dorr to Mrs. Cowles. -She's a plucky little piece!"' said Mr. Martin to his wife, in a tone in which sur prise was so evidently flavored with admir ation that his better-half bestowed upon him a glance of withering scorn. "What audacity!'' said Mrs. Brown to her daughter Cora. glue fSSidttta gailij But that young lady, who rejoiced in the dirtinction of being the village poetess, was wrapped in poetic contemplation. She know that ilrs. Downs had fallen under public disapprobation because of a love let ter that had been found by some one, ad dressed to her, and in Mr. Coltonls hand writing. Other people saw tho reprehensible mar- riv i flirt accepting protestations of lovo entleraan acquaintance. Not so This Byronic slate of affairs f rcral . ' Miss Cora. s shock her moral sensibili- did not so nl'Jc a theme for her muse to ties as it presents misplaced affection. luaj, ctuu,ww -simnlvr n! nn nK. n,mn V.,. .-..:- -. iewing tho whole matte. hW out her straction, sho surreptitiously tIl0 hymn-book and slyly penciled cu gin: "Let the cold world deride me, i win out love thee more, Whatever fate betide thee '' Hero she stopped, tho only rhyme that suggested itielf being "gore." Strugging with the situation she had just cranged tho line, "I will not shed thy gore," to "My heat but can adore," when sho was recalled to herself by tho sound of Mr. Snow's voice as he finished reading tho usual list of no- tices. "A most iminful circumstance hav ing arisen, that seriously affects us as a community as well as a congregation, since it comprises the good narao of two of our members, I feel it a duty to afford an op portunity for a full explanation. The con gregation aro invited to meet at tho par sonage to-morrow evening at S o'clock. I hope that every member of this congrega tion will be present" After tuat it mattered little whether tho sermon ere a marvel of brilliancy or tho dullest disquisition that over bored a long suffering audience. Ko ono paid tho slight est attention to it, except old Maj. Dorr, who was so deaf that he only caught about ono word in ten, and had thus missed tho itory of tho lovo letter that tho school teacher had written to Mrs. Downs. Ho always went regularly to church, however, and offected to receive great satisfaction therefrom. After tho conclusion of the services, Mrs. Cowles, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Jeffrey stopped in the aislo for a moment's sonforenco. "I shall tako Beatrice Cenci out of tho school," said Mrs. Jeffrey. "!No child of mine shall bo under tho instruction of a ten"her who writes love-letters to a married woman.' "And to think that Mr. Snow should at jempt to cover it up and excuso it,"' added Mrs. Cowles. "I don't know but wo shall bo obliged t withdraw from tho church. My huilQi:d thinks there i3 a great deal of corruption among ministers themselves, nowadays." Certainly no ono was better able to do- tect corruption anywhere than Mr. Cowles, if half tho stories of his own immoral esca pades could bo relied upon. But Mrs. Cowles' friends remained discreolly silent on this point. "I shall not allow Cora to go to tho par 5onago to-morrow evening," interposed Mrs. Brown, "I think tho discussion of such sub jects has a most demoralizing Tect on young people It is a deplorable affair all round." But when the ovening camo Cora did go. Moro than that, to her mother's groat hor ror, sho crossed tho room and sat down by Jack Downs and his wife, who sat alono to gether on tho long sofa, although a great many wore standing up all around tho largo parlors. This was not so much from sympathy with Mrs. Downs, as a professional instinct such as that ihich impels a surgeon to in vestigate all sorts of pathological, monstros ities. She wanted to observo for herself tho ravages of remorse, humiliation and unhappy lovo, tho bettor to finish her poem. But Mrs. Downs was as protty, as gay and as nonchalant as over. Once or twice sho whispered behind her fan to her hus band, and once sho actually laughed, which so outraged tho sensibilities of tho moro severely virtuous matrons, that they shud dered with horror at her audacity. Mr. Colton was a romantic looking young man, with disheveled hair, and a look of general shrewdness. He had latoly como to Pino Falls as a teacher, and now stood lean ing against tho mantel. His romantic ap pearance, so attractive to tho ladies, was duo to his hair, which he wore long on ac count of his cars, they being onormously large, and an interesting pallor which was caused by dyspepsia and not unhappy love, as tho young ladies supposed. "I havo hore," said Mr. Snow, "a letter which has been a theme for much severe comment Tho envelope is addressed to Mrs. Downs, and it was picked up in tho street by Mrs. Martin's little son, who took it to his father's grocery. Tho contents aro in a differont penmanship, with Mr. Colton's name as a signature. I will ask Mr. Colton to make an explanation, which will no doubt bo satisfactory." "Satisfactory !" repeated Mr. Cowles with moro spirit than politeness. "It seems to mo that when a man writes in that stylo to another man's wife, calling her husband a baso wretch" hero ho cast an indignant glanco at Jack Downs "and urging her to run away w ith him. a satisfactory explana tion is not an easy matter." "You aro mistaken, sir," answered Mr. Colton. "An explanation in this case is veo easily made. I am a member of an amateur theatrical club, aud I wrote out my part at Mr. Down's ono ovening, copy ing it out of a Look of his. Mrs. Downs gave mo an envelope from ono of her letters that lay on tho table to put the manuscript in, aud I unfortunately lost it on my way homo. I will now road tho hues, if Mr. Cowles will look over the printed page and gee it I read them correctly." ShamsfaceJ, Mr. Cowles looked on while Mr. Colton road with much dramatic ef fect: "My angol, fly with mo! Afar in other lands beyond the sea, We'll buiid a homo sacred to love and thee! Scorn tho baso wretch who in your humble homo Profanes tho name of love ah, bo mv own! And heaven is not so high nor earth so vast. But that its treasures at thy feet I'll cast" "There is a full page of it, with my name signed at tho bottom, but this will suffice, I think," and Mr. Colton coolly sat down, while a look of consternation went round the room. Mrs. Downs went up to Helen Grant and kissed her. "Thank you, dear, for your faith in me. I heard all about it, aud I'll never forget it as long as I live." She looked so gentlo and girlish in her dainty white draperies, with that look of childish gratitude in her blue eyes, that kind-hearted Mrs. Jeffrey went up and put her motherly arms around her, and said with tears in her eyes: "Forgive me for give us all, won't you." Jack answered for her: "She forgives you we both forgive you, neighbors and friends; but if any man repeats such stuff again, about my wife or any other woman, I give him warning here and now, that it will afford me infinite pleasure to give him a sound thrashing." And that was the last of the great scandal at Pino Falls. Julia Mills Dunn in Minne apolis Hous2keep2r. The Face That Never Flashes. The people whom whisky kills quickest and most suddenly are those npen whose skin it never flushes or exudes. The man who gets drunk, and yet has his face clean to the multitude, had better beware of a sudden call I know what I am talking about Chicago Herald. l.oston's Firewood in Early Time. In one of the earliest accounts of Xew England the statement is made that prior to K-y the people of Boston depended for the.r firewood upon trees cut on the islandi and brought to the town in boat. Ex-chance. ?fasie: eawjesdaij gjjtoriiitig, August X8, 1886. fflO i WESTERN Milill WSTCftj CAPITAL, $100,000. Farm. Mortgages, No Delays. Interest at Lowest Rates. ACT AS TRUSTEES FOR CORPORATION CO-PiRT.NERSimS, ESTATES A.ND LVDIVTDtJALS. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS- . . s x ituMT. loieuo, owe OPPIC3, 127 BG3IS01ST BROS., BANKERS. faint, Municipal and County Bonds Bought and Sold CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. REDUCTION IN PAPETERIES, All Our Box Papers for Sale at a Liberal Discount from the Usual Prices. 25c BOXES for I5c, 60c BOXES for 30c3 75c EOXES for 50c, $1.00 BOSSES for 75c. Now is your time as these goods TWO WEEKS ONLY HYDE & The Nicest Lots in the City are in HIBABGER'S -:-ADDITION, Eetween Park and Tenth Streets, west of Washington Avenue Prices Low and Terms Easy. BUNNELL a MOREHOUSE, SOLE ZIMMERLY'S ADDITION. Now is the time to buy lots in this addition while they are cheap. ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE. Street cars and large brick School house in connection. For further in formation call at 6 1 1 S Market st. MONEY - ON City Property, Chattel Mortgages AND PERSONAL SECURITY. LOWEST -:- RATES! V NO -:- DELAYS! L. B. BUNNELL & CO. ?. CORBETT. President. A. IIESS. WICHITA Wholesale Grocer Company Jobbers of Groceries and Grocers FIXTURES, SHOW Nos. 233 and 235 North MONEY On Chattel Mortps IN SMALL OR URGE AMOUNTS. SHOBT TIME AT THE LOWEST EATES Wichita Banking Company 116 WEST DOUGLAS AViLNUii. J. F HOLLIDAT. J. R. HOLLIDAY 1 CO., Wichita Grocery, to JCXJOP. A STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. No. 227 E. Douglas Ave Wichita, Kan. JAHES J. ROBISO.V, Sccnrr.uir. JLJXlsr STSSET1. ROBISON BROS,, 127 MAIN ST. must be sold. rhis sale will be for HUMBLE. AGENTS. TO LOAN - J II. BLACK. Secretary aid Trc-urcr S. I". JoH"SO CASES, SCALES, ETC. Main St, WICHITA, KAN. TO LOAN and Fanners Banking Co, G. VTILBtJR. HOLUDAT. &sars la- and Citv Property, if ft l f i Pi i I ii i.i. " ' TVv5,-iK WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY, Manufacturers of Fine Crackers I Pure Candies. JOBBERS IN FRUITS, NUTS, ETC. Agents for "Good Faith", "Scout" and "Success" brands of Cigars. GOODS SOLD TO DEALERS ONLY. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. The Jewett Farm. CHENEY, KAN. STALLIONS. 1886. KJLX5A55 WILKKS, SilJ. Koa)oJl'Sl:criIprlnv;Jich;inils;iriln.iHiyC:oorwVl!ki. bln-sof rnrty flvo-9itl rftniuira. Hmi il.-un Alaiont, 55, sire of thirty inrfonisora, stxsomt dam Ijv Ueiu Lw, Umroughbrerl (jnuuLM)u of Imimrktl ..Hsticw. TATCriEK Foaled 153 Uetl 1332: color black: sUo lSi lumb; ftrwl by Gcorai Wilier. 311. Mro of tony five fi) THFffennvrji flrsl by Matubritto l'ateliT'tu.V. hlroor fmtrto.'n'.iJlrt jK-rfortnerf, wi.ntl ilam ltetty Itniwt fclam f Vniwn 21) by Mnmbrino I'atc&tu. 50; thlnl tl.un, Plc&Us, bj Mntnbrlnu Chlof. U. dam l!oy. r.UIK WIIJCF-S. 5610. Foaled 1SS2; color bay: itze 15 1 1 ljand; Irod by fteurge Wilkes 510, hire of forty tlve 2JK) !i)rfnuT3;d.ini by Confederate Clilef, !iJ; slr William Arthur, M'.t' j. SEDGWICK. 2.V0. Foaled 13TT; color brmvn; sto 15M lnnils lrl by Allle Wot, 7J.. bv Almoin, X tint dam by (tarronl Chief, 2233. by Mambriru) Chief. 11, .-wond dam Pits b old CSray 2!ai:!i(lliorouhhrrd.) The above stallion '"111 stand at S25 thOM.wn. with irllteeo of mtuni thcfoIlovintttMici IX mntv does not jitmu with foal; 10 due at tlmoof fcerk'f.and balance Cvtolwr 1st, 1.. ICINOMAN, ar. Foaled 1152; color black; size (4 hand. Slrod by Champ Frrsuson. 4. bv Altn. Tftfc !lrt dum by Stmultnl Bearer; lre of Marlowe, i: dam by William Maiida-lno. the dam of Santa Clsas, 'i:l7i. Ttrar?i) Urn M-ason, with privilege of return the following mmmhi If mare doe not jirov In foal; &lOduosiP tlmoof mt ice, and balance October 1, lsst". I also have an Imported Perch ron sLtlllon standing nt $13, payable April lt, YM, If man pitwv Ib foal, if not in foal, no ch.ircc. For further particulars regarding the above stallions addrras KENHY C. JEWETT, Cheney, Sedgwick county, Kan FRANCIS T-IERNAN & CO., CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERSTOF Water and Gas Works PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS. Or FICn ..' W COP.. OTII nnd MARKET STS. ST. OFFICII - W COIt MAIN Correspondence Solicited. WICHITA NURSERY. C. II. FINK & SONS, of the old established and r liable mira-rlffl nt Ijitunr, Mo , would rrjvLfiiIly Inform the public that tliny have made ttrrunzmo-nt and will ntnrt a branch nuirry In Wlwhltn, A No that they are now talcing ordrr fur nutry Mook to r nuppllud from thoir nurMTli". at Ijiniar, Mo , until they can grow the Ktok In tbWr bram i nur M-'rj nt Wichita, and how to ith elve th patroiiasn of the f it!;cn of Wirhltv nnd Sodwlck. county Mr. F. M. Miller, General Agent, will represent the firm at this place. Office at Commercial Hotel C. O. DAVIDSON. FresUent. It. S. CATIV1. Kxamlncr The Davidson Loan Company PAID-UP CAPITAL, .9(50,000. Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property. Have Loaned More Money n Southern State o FKirE WITH CITIZENS HA.VK, N'ttrtiiwt: Corner Main atrrrt and DougM A vm. R D. ALI.KX, Notarr Public ALLEN, GRAHAM 1 CO., (Sarv,rr t WHiIta Land awl Isan Company.) Negotiate Loans, Sell Lands, Place Insur ance and Make Collections. TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTS rrzCORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED Pivehwi "WTCHITA, KAS. FINE CARRIAGES. "We carry a full line or Spring Work consisting of Carriages, Ph&tons, Jump-Seats, Surrys, PA3K WAGOI7S, BUGGIES and ROAD-CAP.TS. We have a great variety of styles and will make prices to suit the times. KELLY, ALEXANDER 1 RaHN, 123 MARKET J. K. Reese & McBee, Real . Estate Loans .A.T LOWEST BATES. Mum Alt an Ready as Soon as Fayerx are Berfctti. Call on us and get rates at 218 E Douglas Avenue, Wichita. Kanaaa. THE FIN LAV ROSS lire -:-and -:- EMPORTJJiL L-VROEST ESTABUS1DIENT IX THE STATE TOR Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses, Window Shades, Shade Fixtures, lambrequin Poles. Cornices, Baby Carriages, etc E.ii5 BLOCK, ppptfcitf the nwtn.TW. 115 ami 121 MAIN STREET 1S86. '.VILKES,J3aS. I.OFIS. Vl CHITA, KAN and DOUOr.A.S AVH-NTB. H W OILMAN. Vb-e I'rwi Vabua. X II Kansas than any Company ia the WICHITA, KANSAS. . W OKAJLOL STREET. Carpet r.