OCR Interpretation


The Wichita city eagle. [volume] (Wichita, Kan.) 1872-1883, December 03, 1874, Image 4

Image and text provided by Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, KS

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85032573/1874-12-03/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

-T?tf?"
C f
.ttgittS
;&
gSaslssassfets,
: W
S.f " ''fffjtyg'Z,
BSSMjmM
Sdat--nSB!BCSE2SEEC
-SSSS32SBB
1 j5fa,Vj?''iwti'V
r
li' 'V'4uJs-:15 5''
I
r
r
r
i'
P fe
V
h
I
,15
I
I
v -
Ce Uicpt 6aglr.
I
Xmtlt8gtot&7 ef lid Tstl. fccs c2:t !a Zi;li Bless.
SOnsCKIPTIOX TWO DOLLAIU IN ADVANCE
GRANGE DEPARTMENT.
NATIONAL QKANGU BUSIXKSS OFHCEIIS.
'ICHLKT W. Adams, Master, Waulkon, Iowa.
O. II. Kelly, fcec'y, Georgetown, U. C.
KANSAS STATE GltAXGE-OFFICEES.
SI. K. Hcdbov, Master. Matileton.
G. W. Krfiic;LoN, M-cy, Jackaomllle.
II. II. Amisx, Treasurer, bberman City.
Jonx llOTD, Iv cturer, Inili-jieniltnce.
W. 8. IIanna, Chaplaiu, Lmporis.
J. G. Otis, btatc Agent, 7oKk.a.
Electa. Com. K. It. unnMCUi, JucLsomllle.
T. 15. MiAErrkK, Grusahopiier
W, lVi'ortNOa., Tojieka.
PATRONS IN SEDGWICK COUNTY.
COUXTV COUXCIL, P. of II Wichita,
I). It. 15. Greenlee, Matter.
E. A. UoasKT, Stcrctary, Wichita
J. L. Zivheiimav, fcjiccial liquify, K. S. G.,
fccdgw icL. City, Kaunas.
'Alliance Grange," Easle Townblilii.
I. W. Camp, MaUr.
M. C'Ar, Secretary, JvJjrwicL. City
"Xianrsrah Grange." Xinneacah Toun&lilp.
1no. J Mackmiie, Master.
J. SI. Tracy, S c'y.. Clear Wall r.
"Tosemite Grange." Ohio Township.
K. N. Oi:i'ay, Master.
J Ttlip, Sec'y., Ohio Center.
' Waco Grange, ' ' Waton Tmvntliip.
.1. T. Watkix, Master.
1) O. Wilson-, Pec"., Waco V. O.
"Prairie Gem Grange," Waco Township.
J II. Vouk, Master.
J O IJr.ow.v, Sec'y., Wichita.
Vallev Grange, " ''Clii VWnsIilp.
" . V. II. Williams, Master.
Jons AVabd, Sec'y , Wichita.
' 'Gem Grange, ' ' l'ark Township
1". W Ciiake, Matter.
II. C. 1:aml, Sec'y., l'aia. City.
"Park Grange, ' ' l'ark Tou nship.
John I,. 7.IMMKKJIAV, MuMer.
C. S. ZiMUEKUAX, eo'y., bi-lgicl..
"Oela'io Grange," Delano Township.
II I.. .larLviu, Master.
John Iioml, Secretary, Delano,
"Orc Grange," Near Ten Mile p,t.
il A. ItALi'H, Mastir.
J K. IliLrir, Stc'y., Wicliiu.
.'Koclford Grarge."
J. G. -anipon, Mnstir.
C 1'ittnnce, Secretary.
Grant Grange," Grant!. iwnhl.
O. i. Ja oiw, MiMcr.
II. I.. Dkwiso, Secretary, lUilta.
Harmony Grsrge," Uinon Ton nsliip.
G. W. Mct-iinni, Masti r,
W. N Woodruff, Si.-'y, J anic cbiirgh.
Attica Grange," Near .lamesliurg.
John Kelly, Mastt r.
II. P Kiittr, frtcictary, Jamcsuurg.
"OreenlearGrangf" rMUin1wiiliIli.
I . ". Carli tun, Mailer.
Thos. E. I'reston, s rn tary , hi 1'aeo.
'E'lenGriuige' Waco Ton ii'lup
II I,. .lifts, Mastir
W. II. O'Mcaley, ecretari. Wichita.
'Mount Hoiw Grange" Greiley 1wnl.ip.
AmotM Durjml. Muster.
T II. ILinilall, Mcntarj, Mount Hope
"IlrtTie Grange"-WiehlUT.mn.hij..
Mineou ll.irin-ii, Mjatir.
J II. Giffonl, 'itrttary. Wichita.
"Falnie Grange" I'aync 'I own-hip.
Go 11 Vainl'y, MastT.
John M. Aii'lerMin, Mcrctaiy, Wichita.
"Will'-Awake Grange" llrant Township.
Geo K Aur, Master.
T It. Iljjinonil, "-irntan, Wlehita.
"Clarion Orange" Lincoln Township.
C. A anNes, Master.
L i:. Stickle, seen tary, Wicluit.
'WakiUla Grange," Iigle l'own.liip.
1! C mitli, Master.
T. E. Croas, Si crelary, seilgw ii k.
"Illinois Granju" Illinnl' TonnMiip.
M L. Moeier, Mailer,
A. L. Lyra in, Secretarj, J.iniei'lnirg.
'IMeuant Hill (Jrjnge" I)t Ijno 1 on nhip.
II iiry Martin, Musti r.
It. P. Wrirht, -ccrctary, n.liino.
"Cowtkin Grange" Gret ley Towinhlp.
1 nmk Kale, Master,
Mli MeU'Ugan, Seen tary, l.ldri.lge.
"Stltiser'-pring'. Grange" Minni ha Township.
Urns Wf lib, MaMer,
J. I. 1 ox, Jnentarj, iliiiiieliu.
"I'nion Grange," LTiuon'Ionlilp.
II. K i:iio.KJ. Master.
Horace CanH n'1". N ,Hr'. LMrzJge.
"I'aj lie Grange," l'aj lie 'I ow nhip.
iMsepli Corwan, Mailer.
Janus V.'ilson, Secnt.ii, Wichita.
Minueha Grange," Mlnni ha low in-hii..
J.Iinon 1'iei pnnt, Mastir,
George Masoi, -ecretarj't Wichita.
"I'lejunt View Grange," L'liIunTawiiiliip
J. tcott, Mastir.
J .J.llerker, Ser'y., Ilelauo.
From the Kansas Firmer.
Meeting of the Executive Commit
tee State Gransro.
Met at Topeka Nov. 9th, full board
prcscut.
On proper presentation of the pues
tion, the following rule3 were made:
1. No subordinate grange can sub
scribe stock to a joint company and
afterwards assess its members for the
purpose of paying the same; but can
subscribe to the extent of its funds on
hand in the treasury.
". There is no distinction between
a dimit card and a withdr.iwl card,
and a party holding a dimit is amend
able to any subordinate grange in
whose jurisdiction is found.
3. Past masters and their wives who
arc matrons may be tried in the sub
ordinate to which they belong, or in
whose jurisdiction found.
4. Applications for (limits should bo
voted on by the grange, and a majority
vote gives consent under the constitu
tion.
.I. Trading cards must be surren
dered on application of dimit.
G. Due can only be remitted to
those who are unable to pay.
Thu'subjcut of the Life Assurance
Association wa presented by Ilro. G.
Y. Johnson, and on motion it was de
cided,
1. That each cla-s should not ex
ceed 1,000 members in its association.
2. That sec. 2 art. C, of by-law of
mis association tic and the tame is
hereby repealed, subject to approval
of the state grange at its next regular
inecing.
IJejiort of JSro- S. II. Downs secre
tary of the lire insurance company, re
received and refcrcd to the president.
liy vote of the committee, J. 15.
Shane was requested to make state
ment in regard to his plan for check
ing prairie tires throughout the state,
and the matter was refcrcd to the wor
thy Master Hudson, to have properly
prchcutcd to the grange by circular.
The subject of relief for the desti
tute wai taken up and most fully dis
ciis'ed and considered.
IJy vote Ilro. Hudson was also au
thorized to forwaid communications
to the national grange on the subject
of relief, and aNo to send out circu
lar?, to each grange in the state asking
them to report their condition and to
contribute to the extent of their
ability.
Ilolh circulars were carefully pic
pared, and the agents and deputies of
each county urged to gie the malt clinch-personal
attention for the next
sixiy days.
Uro. Downs wn-. requested to cor
respond with the railroads of the state
and to ascei tain if donated goods could
not be sent free.
Uros. Hudson and Dtiinbauld were
by vole authorized to confer with the
Fort Scott manufacturing company on
the manufacturer of the Werner har
vester and other farm implements alio
with oilier ftablihmpuls on the dif
ferent kinds of farm machinery.
I' II. DCMI!AUL1,
Chairman Ex. Coin. K. S. Cr.l. of H.
BANKING HOubcS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
or
WICHITA, KANSAS!
Corner of Tint andlfain St.
Authorized Capital, - $250,000
Capital Paid In and Surplus, - 83,000
DIRECTORS :
W. A. THOMAS, W
JSU. W.KLDltlDGE,
J. C. FRAKEK.
J. HOBSON.
J. R. MKAI).
OFFICERS :
C KltAKEP. Preid-nt.
It. MEAD Vice President.
..Assistant Cashier.
J.
J.
JNO. P. CAMl'liELL.
Will do a general banking business. GOLD
AM) SILVER, FOREIGN A.VD EASTERN' EX
CHAN'GK BOUGHT AND SOLD. Will buy and
sell COUNTY SCRIP and ether local securities.
Interest allowed on time deposit:
Collections promptly attended to.
j-oswssinc snii.it lacnitles lor tne mdTsntaienns
conduct of our business, we promise to all our
customers the most IsTorsble rates and the
promptest attention. 1-ly
O. -IE. DEAUE,
SUCCESSOR TO
CHARLES T. PIERCE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer u
Xj'tj :m: b :e iRi
The largest assortment of tne best grades of
KILN DRIED LUMBER
T U found Us ttati.
I also keep an immense stcok of
GLAZED SASHI
And a complete assortment of
Best Finished and Seasoned Doors!
orrtcs and tasd:
North Side of Douglas Avknue,
KAB DCrOT,
WICHITA.
SO-tf
WICHITA SAVINGS BANK!
CAPITAL, $100,000!
President, A. M. CLARK, of Clark A Co., Lear
worth. Vice President, SOL. II. KOIIX, of Wichita,
Cashier, A. A. HYDE, formerly with Clark ft Co.
NEW DRUG STORE!
APPLE TIME
jiv ;i;oi:r.r. coorrn,
!m er-time. How er-timc;
Earth b new ami fair;
Mm-timc, lm-tlmc.
lSlos( iiin e"er) where ;
Nr-t lime, liol-tnnc,
Ia) Iih longer rowti ;
J.e.il-Iime, linel-liine,
.Make it all ourun ;
Ilenj-time and diorrj-tinu.
fcohK ol iurd ami lice;
Hut of nil tlicg.!) timt".,
Apiik'-tiiac lur m !
V.'licat-tinii, i-ct-tl:n
In tlirclosinjear;
'lioaf-llliie. leal-lime,
Now ill lU.iic.ir:
Icv-tlnii', uli-e Imits
I or u merry lad;
Siiovi-lime. lilow-nmc.
i: trl li U lull-- and Kad.
Yellow otii'i and mellow one-
Irni!iii;r from the tri c ;
Hti-tj o.itii:id piiiiin
Ai"ilt'-tlmt for me!
For the I.k.li..
Gophers.
Will sonic one, tlironh tlio i-oiiinms
of the Lacm.i:, inform me of the liet
anil mrcKt way to exterminate yojili
cr. I iliscovcr that they are very
damngin on young hedge this year,
more so than 1 have ever known them
to be before. Some trap them but that
is a blow process ami they are very
hard to trap. How would poibon do
(arsenic) and how to administer it ?
.1. ?. U. .
In Trouble.
Mr. Qiiisciibcrry, irr.-ibiircr of the
MiSBonii state graiijro. ! a defaulter.
lie had $?0,000 belonging to thegrange,
and when called upon lor the money,
could not pay it oer. lie had invest
ed it in private t-pfciilatiuii-, which
did not turn out well. Il i- ihonghl
that the money will ultimately be re
covered, lut this transaction induces
the St. Louis Globe to bay:
"The painful levelationu with ic
giird to Mr. Quiuenberry's administra
tion oi his trust as treasurer of the
state grange, may s-erve to inculcate a
truth of which the grangers seem to
etanil in need. 1 he lone in which they
have spoken of their older, and which
tLcy have insisted on ft out thoe out
side oi the order, seemed to intimate
a belief that when a man became a
granger he left behind him c cry earih
lv weakness and f.iiliug. Anvetich be
lief is, ot court-c, an cucoumgmcut for
all the rascals ot all degrees to step in
ami profit by it, and they may confi
dently be expected to gather quickest
around that which is mo-t unguarded.
The lemcdy 5, of course, to keep a
serene f.tith inhuman nature, but to
count the cash at every meeting. J.t
would bo painful to think of the scc
retay of the national grange at Wa-h-iaglon,
being as unsuccessful in his
speculations as Mr. Quienberry has
been.'
TJco Your Power Wisely.
The Patrons of Husbandry are be
coming a power in the laud indeed
have become so already hut il be
hooves them to cxereie their power
v.iely and well. Thus far they have
done so, we believe, but there is danger
ahead unless the olliccr- and members
of the (Irangee National, State and
Subordinate pursue the even tenor
of their way and keep aloof from out
side influences. The vitality and ben
eficial inlluence of the Order must de
pend largely upon the action and ex
ample o( individual members, both in
the Grange and before the public.
Wc ay action and centuple terms
which are nearly synonymous lor we
regard them as important In and out
of the Grange. The conduct and gen
eral bearing of members of the Or
der are constantly subjected to the
criticisms of the communit; , and they
will be judged thereby.
livery Patron who lives according to
the Golden little will prove a mission
ary and tend to induce his or her fel
low citizens (we wih we could apply
the latter term to both sexes on the
basis ot suffrage) to think favorably of
the beneficial influence of the Order,
i'.y right conduct and living, in the
meetings of the Grange and belorc the
public, on the part of members in
other words, by adhering to their
rules, principles and obligations the
Patrons can but increase in numbers,
powerand popularity. Moore's Jlural
Xtw Yorker.
Organized Under the Law oj the State.
DO A GEXKKAL HANKING, COLLECT
ING and UltOKEItAGK UUSINESS.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange Bought ndSold.
iA.tr
COAL.
CH-A.S. "W. HILL,
DRUGGIST AND PHARMACEUTIST
1st door Horth 1st National Bank,
WICUITA, KANSAS.
Tit Largtit and nt Stul
Pure Drugs and Medicines
J2T THE SOUTHWEST.
Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, Etc.
AjMit for the
JLTSKIL CHEMICAL PAIXT.
HAMiWAinr.;
GHrCAGO HARDWARE STORE
gko. Kiucmt.
V. 9. XCMKU.
SHLICHTER & RUSSELL,
Saalsnisj
SLAJRID-W-lEE,
STOVES,
tutwajRIE.
CHARTER OAK STOVES,
SUPERIOR SVOVES,
IMPROVED AMRICAN STOVES.
CROCtftlES.
W. A. THOMAS & CO.,
e
Waoltaals A Kttall DaaUr la
Q-ROCERIBS !
OrX larf s TU Ikop attach! U tbt Hardwart
SUrs.
TINWARE MADE TO ORDER.
WrldtMirMtlfdata LtmH Tifwt.
5sUs, Boru Shoss, Horss Xsils, aad all kinds
of Bnildloj If atsriali constaatly a kaad.
WK VKAL OM THE SQUARE AM) SELL
AT THE BOTTOM FIGUHE.
Plsass giT uscsU ktfurs bujirf tlsawhsrt..
1TO. 29 2&AJI2T ST.,
Blake's Old Stand,
TEXAS SUPPLY STORS ! !
tPhynncnt Prttcnptitnt rorruMy co-npouniij.
OTOZELlSr EXTOlsT,
ItvkUr iu
FtirmTng Fashionable.
There ean be no doubt that fanning
is becoming fashionable with a clas
who have hitherto thought of it a one
of the least atlraetiveand most stupid
vocations the sons of men follow. Wc
tec good to come of this tendency on
the part of young men of intelligence,
culture and wealth towards agricul
ture. This class have long been con
tent to be absorbed iu some one of the
so-called learned profeMons, or have
engaged in banking, insuraurc, rail
roading, politics or commerce. Money
making and (social position have been
the goals for which they hao strug
gled. The duties of their chosen lo
cation and the exertions of society
have been onerous and not alwajs
compensating. The uncertainties of
commerce, the crowding of the pro
fessions, the competition in and hol
lowncs of the systems of insurance
and banking, the uncertainties of val
ues of railway stocks, the natural de
moralization of all these classes of
business, bacd as they arc upon a
talsc .system of ethic-, practically if
not leally; the consequent falscnet-,
hollowness, vapidity and disintegra
tion of t-ociety and the. depression of
social standards, have tended to dis
gust and alienate V moie thoughtful
and intelligent of the young men in
our social ami commercial centres, and
to reconcile them to any life and loca
tion that would give them freedom
from social exactions tliev ouicklv !
, , . . . ' . i
leaiu to despise, independence of
thought and action, absolution Irom
torturing and iucoinpen-ating cares,
health and undisturbed happiness.
The physical education and develop
ment, which have these later j ears be-'
come fashionable among our city men. '
have helped to this rcstiveness under '
the restraints of a social sv stem which !
our people. Unless something is done , requires ouiy inanity to satisfy the de-
peeuily to relict c our destitute citi-j "" "or the thoroughly healthful,
xens o'u the western frontier, there! vigorous man, physically and intellcc
wiil be great sutlering. If 1 cau assist j tually, cannot bo inatc nor tolerate the
thn committee in auv wav in carrvinyl iniellcctual and physical imbccilitv of
out its benevolent object, I will be others. .Voores Jlural Xew Yorker.'.
jlad to do so. Yours truly,
M.E.Hudson,
A Letter from tho Master of
Stato Grange, about tho
State's Relief.
tho
LIME,
BTJILIDiIfcTa- ST02STE3
PLASTER PARIS.
CEMENT AND HAIR
sail
Osage Shaft and Fort Scott Red
C O.A. L
Also keep on haut the best and purest Wines
nd Liquors for medicinal purposes. jeSl-tf
MISSOURI VALLEY
Life Insurance Company
LEAVENWORTH, HAS.
WICHITA,
K-tl
KANSAS.
FURNISHING GOODS.
CROCCK1ES.
DIAMOND FRONT!
25MAXN"S
BLACK &CORBETT,
wbetsssl ul Bttail Deslcrs la
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS
aj TryU:iDf jKitslniss; to ths
GHaoCEKY LX3STE.
Flour and Salt by the load a speciality.
Fairbanks Scales in front of the store.
:ea.o-:t,:e block.
CALDWELL & TIT&W0RTH,
HARDWARE.
FRAKER & PEYTON
Are bow rweltloj tt lsxfcst stock ot
HABDWAKD, IBOX,
XAILS, PUMPS, HOPE,
FENCE WIRE.
EKR AND ALL
"WTC
?JV. BEER
AND
A full line of
COOK AND HEATING STOVES!
We hare in the rssrof our store s TIN' SHOl".
We manufacture our own tinware hating is our
employ ao experienced tinner. w can guarantee
Itoonog. All kinds of Job Work Jane with neat
ness and dispatch.
We buy our foods direct from the manufactur
ers, thereby sarins; the Jober'aeomnstssloa.wuieh
enables us to sell at bottom figures.
tt'e also carry a full line of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ! !
Direct from factories, bought at catb tlgurra, ami
esn offer a social figure ti Farmer Clubs We do
not blow, but will j it will be to the advantage
of all who need goods in our line, locall befurr
purchasing elsewhere .
Dealers la
OCCIDENTAL BLOCK; WICHITA, KAHSAS.
GECCEEIES AND QUEENSWAB2,
tV. J. Ilobwn.
Morgan Cox.
ok: hijlll.
Cash Income, 1872, - .
Paid Policy-Holders in 1872,
$318,294 48
- 80,267 49
Inlirttt Rtctifit far 1872, SS.000 in atctii ef
mollis ey mat.
Kxamine eur plans and rates before insuring
elsewhere. The most opular and advantages
forms and favorable ttrms for insurance pre
sented. All policies non-forfeitable after the second
annual pavment Diiidends are declared annu
ally aMer the first payment, available immediate
ly as cash in payment of premium.
ivmracis uireci wnn me companrwill be made
in all parts of the country ith efficient and re
liable men who propose to cam ass penonally for
live insurance.
HOBSON &c OOX-'
2sOETW STORE!
New Goods and New Prices!
FLOUR,
MEAL,
PORK.
BACON,
LAUD,
FISH,
BUTTER,
GLASSWARE,
STONEWARE,
TABLE CUTLERY,
SILVERWARE,
CHANDELIERS,
LAMPS,
CIIIN'AWARE,
We have also made arrsngemt ate for the
Mitchell w.A.a-oasr I
A, WHaiOT & CO., Froptiwtas.
"WXCBCIT-rV. KLrVHJT.
EXCELSIOR
Schod Poaltirfl KaniifKtsrig Cs
TO UHRSTNUT &TKEKTS
ST. LOUIS,
iCIIOOLS,
CUUBCHEX,
orriciEs.
rvnuc HtLU
)KAl,Klt3 IN (i.OIIK, .XtAI'.i, Jl(A!tTS
Srhsail Bupiill la Ceneml.'
I.. K. 1'jknxrn, Scerlnlend'nt5ale
IT-fmo.
;. ii. HKitui.Ntno.v. i.wi .tg.Ht
J. T. Mi'MIM.KN.
n. c. itUHit'i.L.
EGGS, FLOWER POTS,
VEGETABLES, SEINE TWINE,
CIGARS AX1) TOBACCO.
Farmers'- Produce Bought and Sold !
OtJt itUttrti in tkt tity.
(Successor to llays Brothers)
S. K.
Eruir Cemmlttit :
IIOrKMAX, II. L. XEWMAN,
T. A. HUKI).
OFFICE South side Douglas avenue, nearde
pot.
J. EXTON,
1874.
1874.
Finance Committrt:
E. B. ALLE.V, J F. RICUAKDS,
J. L. IICNTIXO.
1). M. SWAN, J. L. AIlEnNATnr,
Presidents Vice l'reaident.
J. I. JO.Si:3, II. L. NEWMAN,
Acting SecreUry. Treasurer.
W. E HARVEY, St. Louis. T. A. KURD.
-t V.nnllmr rtiire lmrn
A. D. WHEELER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer Is
GROCERIES !
2io. 83 Commercial Block,
UOTJGKDA.S A.-V0E3iTT7E. ! KCESS & GrETTO,
17-tI
SLlBltT B1SS.
rsTsa sirro.
We have the eicluslve sale of these wsgoas and
will be able to sell them at verj reasonable figures
Call and examine our stock aud pricrs.
Fiiakki: a Peyton,
Next door to Woodman A Son's Rank
CONTRACTORS.
MILLIS & STEM,
CONTBACTOBS AITS EU1LDEES!
Wbolessle and Retail Healers la
BUILDIN.G MATERFAL
J.T. McMILLEN&CO.
Dealers in all llndaol
F XT tt IT I T TJ K; E,
Carpel, Whitlow Sliala,
.Mnttr.i4oa, otc,
NO. 34 MAW STREET: WICHITA. KANSAS.
RAILROADS.
T1I1C LARGEST STOCK OF
SMITH & PITTENGER,
Deslirt in
Hon. M. E. HmUon, Master ol the
state snHipo. nml n liicniher of the
Kdiieiis central relief cDiiunittcc, writer
as follows, tinder date of the UUli itM,
to Rev. Dr. McCabe, of Topeka:
Yo'ir favor notify ing mo of the meet
iii; of the Kansas central relief com
mittee is received, hut too late for inc
to attend. 1 ho;tId have been very
glad indeed to be prcnl at the meet
ing. The object is a ,rood one, and
should receive the hearty support ofall
Lime, Plaster, Plastering Hair,
Cement. Stone &
Coal.
We now offer to CONTRA CTdlU, DEALERS,
nClLDERS, FARkETIS and GRANGERS Lime
Plaster, Plastering Hair, CemecS, Stone and Coal
at bottom prices, and we will endeavor to alwayi
I
Kp i Urge Stock on Hind !
Special inducements offered f parties buying ta
Urje lots.
HARRIS & Cp.,
SODA WATER MANUFACTURERS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
ICE!
HaviBf doubled their facilities Tor supplying the
city and surrounding country with the above arti
cles, will rua their wagon regularly ta
ELDORADO,
AUGUSTA,
WLNFIELD,
OXFORD,
WELLUS'GTON,
BELLE PLADf,
SEDGWICK
and XEWTOS.
0A1I orders promptly attended to Address
HARRIS A CO.,
- Lock Box 55.
CLOTH I 3STO-!
ETJfifUtt fritM ftUfrr Cfntry Pnd
Wt propose to keen a Irst eUi farmers' Hon- !
Will deliver (sods to any part of tbt city oi
short notice. 11-tf
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
93 Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
l-ly
10-U
WICHITA, KANSAS.
TRICKEY BROS. & CO.
Dealers in Fresh
I G.P.WATSON &CO
and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
in the
FAMILY GROCERIES
PROVISION
SCHWEITZER A DAVIDSON,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS I
Dealers id
LUMBER,
SHINGLES,
SASH,
DOOIlS mid
BLINDS,
:mlajK:ezet stbeet
WICHITA, KANSAS.
My
SHELLABARGER 6l OLIVER
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
RAILROAD!
Completed front ATCHISON to IfRA
NADA, Colorado.
EASTWARD!
Clorn connection to CHICAGO, ST.
LOCIS.CINCINNATJ, LOUISVILLE.
ml all SOUTHERN ami EASTERN
CITIES.
WESTWARD!
The Direct Line li(V RHONDA LK.
OSAGKCITV.NKWTON.WICIIITA.
EMPORIA. Iirrt IIINbON. GREAT
HEND, DODGE CITV, mid ronuert.
hiir nt ;RANADA tvllli HARLOW,
hANDEION & ( O.-H bTAGKb for
Pt'Kiii.o, Lam Amman. Tiiimimd
Lah Vkoah, .Sata Fj:. itc
L A IT D S!
.'1.000,000 ACRI1S In the finest por.
lion In KANSAri forn!.-oii ELEVEN
VKARS CREDIT, 7 htiiI. Intff.1,
with Lou- itnics, ami Llheml Rcduo
tion to Settlers.
CON.-rrrrioNH.
At Lmporla wit), MKAI It It, lr ltml-'..
I'MxxK.MnlU, lnlH,N and all joints laletaa
At WlehlU, wliii h.Altwrt.rn &.(nba;'a
l,lft f..r IUIU I'Uim. (,.l-fll, xilimu 0y,
luil.r l.fk. i Uienn. jig-eer. H'ktll.4i'f
ey ae.) r-urt ilt
AtCr.n.M., t.lurfU. mUh ll.rU" A fimiuUr.
on'. .lace lis., fr I'ueMn, trialdxl, Mas. IPs
I 5, oil Cnlva, Albuu.rs. l.r.,
STEAMSHIP TICKETS.
Amnr.cnt. h.. b,n nAr f-r tkf ! m
Ututhif tltiieta ai ! rfataa, t, a0 t ,.
il rora ta t tpj.rt. ro . ma ., rmtr.
I h.. iKj.lrl.a abutttd l mi,f..l f I
!!. rl.ral.it. f,-iio.n..,..t. A I A t U.K.
t r Moaac.
.rl safest
A JIllaO.W.
Lwl CrtnralaaWn.r
FRUITS,
FLOUR nd
FEED.
38 IMlAJIISr STZtllET.
WICHITA, KANSAS
(SaeeajKn to Ecelkiarjtr & Vz)
lURSalJtlES.
"F-SLxrrr, sslde
AXV
ORNAMENTAL TREES
HOPE &RICHAKDS,
Wholesale Dealers ta
When it comes rainy, had weather,
to that you cannot work out of doorc,
cut and split your wood.
Albert Edward can pay his dehts if
ho wants to. He don't waut to, how-
The immigration this fall ispcueral-
ly of a class that mean business. Thev
arc men of means, who are not fright
ened at shadows, and have business
tact eiiouph to know that this is the
best limn to buy.
Tiic cultivation of flax increased
over two hundred percent, last year.
OFFICE an DOCGLAS AVE., BCr DEPOT, at
sign ofBARREL LIME ca SCALES, or OFFICE
painted FRONT Is EED, ssd at No. 44 Main ftr.
Gi us a call before boy lax elaewber
1-18
nOTH KTTUOVX.'
WINES, LIQUORS,
Tobacco and Cigars!
UjATa SUPPLIES GENERALLTt!
Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
SOUTSZ-WEST!
ErCTBr af Msla St.
sa-tr
aad Dotiflaa AT."f2
D. A. McCANLESS,
WE3T WICmiA, -
KAXSA1!.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
DST GOODS, GROCERIES, TVttlTJ.
Keeiai ea baa4 a jresersl asrtsea! af the thcrt
auoti rod,ihlca ae win aell at WUUU prices
AU aJuls ot CaKtBtrj minor takes la excaaaxe,
A fall 11m f
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, kc
Floor at wbsleaale. 5aee brldee tall sad - root
Cools. I A MrtiOfUM,
W-lf Writ Wiemu. Ksaaaa
WlclaeaU sa-I JUtall txalars la
LUMBER!
VAT.T.fTZ- ECOTJSB.
OPPOSITE WICUITA RAILROAD Dri'OT.
aUet eaareajerj lealirr la tie tire. tl.U per
itj. Boom Oarocfklr reaorata. .,
Coutttrr Prtvduce Uka at tb hijfhttt
market rate.
j Commercial Block; WicWU,
i
DOORS AND SASH J
Taylor's Commercial Nurseries
C. IL TAYLOIL rroprltor,
t tUlt mt a )rti-rw tisoa, 1 H
(,rrlf mt W.i m u It. ryrlBi tr..J t (tTI
A lariral r'af aJ atuarr? tr eere4 U.
UiU rU( laf.-it vJvlwtli tni.
"""j '"r7. . H. ". (a;- f )a-.
rafl fnuu avl ef lfB Me ewi all Wsa
r, nt Vw Wac vr-Un sriiea, J tuu
ta41 lrlC-aXl; lmlltrtm 4a M a-B b
fa. Int eiKrfHr ff.r to mf immki
mmUmrlt tarvg)Gvt tfea ala4 hr srrvlaf e.
etirti &4 fnULi-rvs&ila fraa a fair .
Utl f Mf ewra.fr I etall 1fc-t t mj Iwiur
ptmrtum til a.wXiaf sI ul)at kl Cfal .4a
tfk, fA rm3f ra,al.la nl fltll aa
rirrjor't't ilir4 tin. mj kra" W ti-
'Me vjiitUeG uJi cataitfiKa 'raulu4
C, IL TAVLOIt.
su2Lcrtu2a vxzzm.
Bat (eS, ensVae
or at ear attar I
possas sa aaa asasaassaaa
caaaa. jaafaaHBi sua
. back aa4 eaals c kKkrar!af
taaroavar aKW. iraaaa sa ail
au vwxj sasarassai as a
Sfkxhitt Tvm asx Skcm
VSsTOJUt sMaf yard, South itde Itovy-
I ll tt nesae i (: u. tAi faivaj ia
(rUirfj nt OetrjJ. ! t a4 wvu.vau,
tajavaa Uaa( af ffl U '-aj tSk"
f a fter i fveaiati j Ma4 r j (Viae la
vr iie as LV se Uaa ij.at O-u Hwt Is
KANSAS OIIOWN,
Aa4-vat;sv4 as yi as U (a tte surlet. J
TWO N'UKSEKIES.
Jit the vicinity of Topeka,
WViea. &A nmk to as; faeilUie. la auilai n
farVttee. 0V w
hedge rLA?rrs
Mu k?Z2Z!S. O. fceal la tt. state.
KAyraiOtCg Twa.U a Me I as-lii
f cs U rua 4 tiw .1ZZ1 WM
- Ui uJi tuOmimt fwew.
l. It MLWVBS, Yt9f.
ALE BREWERY I
IlaTlsa ieneil a Itrewerj la TIchlta are
afepared to supply the dry aal rooatrj trsde
with the best Ale aaI lleer. on short aotiee. Also
Bottled Beer anil Ale for tamllr use.
BEER DEPOT, DOUGLAS A VE..
Bettceen Main and Water Streets,
MlSSOUltaV
ilnnrctnrr ot the
BEST AND FINEST FURNITURE
f
i i
I
5 i
'
:i
h
)
i.fw iii.i-
,M&2ai&
"'hstni M.aT '"'""'r
ri'i.
fi)l
a.1-

xml | txt