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gfte Midxita gaxltj fgagle: litscTaaj prtmig, JPimft IS, 1890.
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Eeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock
Yards for 24 hours-60 cattle, 660 hogs.
There -was a short supply of cattle to
day. The market opened steady to
strong on good beef and feeding cattle.
iNew buyers on the market today. Pat
cows and heifers wanted. Also a good
demand for stockers and feeders. The
receipts of hogs were fair for opening
day. The market opened 2 1-2 to 5c
higher than Saturday's close. Advices
from eastern markets reported a weak
er feeling with a decline of a nickle
and-this market broke to $3.90 which
was Saturday's top price. Bulk of the
business was done on this basis. The
close was called a little weak.
WIOHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita, Kan., 3Iarch 17.
Receipts fit), shipments 50. The receipts of cattle to
day were light and not sufficient of any class to sup
ply the general demand. Choice fat cows and heff
wre ore consplclous by their absence and are in ac
tive demand. The stockcr and feeder trade was not
supplied. Choice butchers .stuff is in actlvo demand
as buyers need this class of cat tie to All their orders
cd necessities. The market was steady to strong
throughout. Chicago reports 15,000 cattle on sale ami
market slow. Kansas City report them lower and
thee renorts had a tendency to w eaken this market
tome atlhe clos.
Xativa shipping steers, fancy, 1K31K0
llw , J3 60 i.7)
Good, so extra 180031500 3 10 4 00
Gooi o extra nativt butcher steers, 1100
1300 lbs 300 (33 Si
Good Batchers steers, S0OS1030 2 80 63 V
ivo feeding eteers '1 S5 3 '.5
Native stookers 2 65 2 !0
Choice cows and heifers 2 40 CL'l To
J air to good cows and heifers.. 2 10 6.2 35
Bulls and stags 2 00 GCl (X)
Canners 1 H" fj.1 sr
Poorer gradss and scailawngs 100 1 50
f he following ore tho representative sales of cattle
" tlie atocK yarns louay;
AM 3 (0
1113 2 2.1
1589 2 3.1
570 2 SI
M 2 50
1201 2 5.1
1070 2 50
1100 2 40
BR1 2 31
"J Oood butcher heifers...
; Good butcher heifers . . .
Oood butcher cow s
J Good butcher cow
1 Oood butcher cow
J Fair butcher heifers
Y Fair butcher heifers
.."Receipts fffl. ThoTecelpts were fair for Monday.
J-'srly advice-, from eastern markets reported light
J7ins and higher. This market opened 235c higher
' 'an Saturday's close and was active at the advance
',atil later reports noted much larger receipts and n
"e,cllne of about.") cents at Kansas City, when this
'"-.rket weakened and declined to $.UO, Saturday's
l"6 prices, und the bulk of the trading was done on
'fis oasis. Chicago reports 23000 hogs on sale and
'w. Kansas City reports tho close weak. This
Jnnrtet closed about steady.
The following are tho representative sales of hogs
- tuc yaras toaav:
There Iwcre no sheep offered today. Market
Ptady at quotations.
Good mutton sheep, HialOO S25C4375
G tod stock, wethers, 76 so 3c
Good to extra lambs 410&4G0
Wichita Horse and Mule Market.
Wichita, Lan March 17.
There seems to bo a scarcity in tho market of the
kind of horses that are In active demand. There aro
buyers in the market for good drivers and streetcrs.
Several dar loads of this kind of stock would ilnd
hale on this market. Thero are buyers on the mar
ket from Boston and others from Texas looking for
cood streeters and drivers.
Mules seem-- to be slow at present, as tho washouts
on southern railroads prevent the shipping of them
at present. James Coons is here buying stallions
for Texas trade.
Extra draft horses
Good draft horsos..
Mules, 14 hands
Mules, WA hands
Mules. lSt hands
Mules, heavy lt!16 hands...
$.12.1 00-3.1.10 00
, 70 ms 93 CO
150 00225 00
, 75 00 90 00
, 35 UW 50 00
. 20 00 .10 00
E !XK, 7.) IS)
. 80 (0 HI 00
Two cars of hogs sold early at 63.95.
A new Kansas City buyer on the market
George Houser,Mariou,marketed a car of
Sterling & Brinley, Peabocly, sent in a
tar of hogs for today's market.
Hamilton & Sparks, Norwich, had a car
of mixed stock on the market.
Gibbens Bros, sent in a car mixed stock
from Nashville and a car of cattle from
T. J. Quigley, a prominent business man
and shipper of Harper, marketed a car of
"W. T. Hall, IMt. Hope, was on the mar
ket with a car of mixed stock.
Colonel E. NeH ient in a car of hogs from
Sheinkerchner & Co.,Kingman,marketed
near of cattle.
L. Al. AlcCrocklin. Derby, had a car of
cattle and hogs on the market.
W. R. Savage,. of Savage & Myers, came
in from "Wellington with a car of hogs.
Herman Herr, Greenwich, was on the
rmrket with a car of hogs.
T. T. Gates, a cattle buyer from Kansas
City, has located hero and was buy
ing cattle at the yards today, lie
will bo at the yards continually and
will enter into competition with
the other cattle buyers and thus make the
demand and activity on the cattle market
tliat much better. "We want lots more
cattle and more buyers will come.
"We wish again to urge upon shippers
and raisers of live stock tho importance of
shipping their stock to commission men,
instead of billing it to themselves. If con
signed to commission men the stock is
fed and watered as soon as it reaches the
yards, and can oftentimes le sold for more
money than it would sell for when the
shipper arrives, especially if he is delayed
in some way, as has often been the case.
Tho packers would much rather buy
through commission men, as they have
very little time to look after anything out
side of their regular line of business. Some
buyers in the country represent that they
are buying diaect for the pnekers, which is
not so, or if such a thing as the packers
tending a buyer into the coutry for such a
purpose they will provide them with prop
er credentials showing that to be a fact.
The following, taken from the Trade
Bulletin of last Saturday, make a large
.bowing in the increase of the exports of
grain from the United States within the
past few months:
Exports from the four chief Atlantic
ports for the week were: Flour, JCiS.ioo
pkgs; wheat, 550,150 bu; corn, 3,219,750 bu;
oats, 033,700 bu.
The exports of oats from the United
States during the past eight mouths were
4,062,455 bu, against 402,973 bu for the cor
responding time in 1SSS-9.
The exports of wheat and flour from the
United States during February were equal
to 9,383.514 bu, against 4,5S0.180 bu in Feb
ruary, ISSfl an increase of 4,797,384 bu, or
over 104 per cent.
Exports of wheat and flour from both
coasts for the week were 3,007.080 bu,
against 2,264,fc0y bu the previous week, and
3,259,850 bu the corresponding week lat
vear. From July 1 to date equal 75.422.238
bu this year, against 04,920,450 bu iu l$$$-i.
The exports of corn from the United
States during the past eight months were
55,442,075 bu. against SS.Tftti.O bu for the
corresponding time in ISSS-Wau increase
of 16,783,095 bu, or 43 per cent.
TThe exports of wheat and flour from tie
United States during the past eight montls
were equal to 72,376,073 bu, against 61,729,
567 bu for the corresponding time in 188S9
an increase of 10,010,506 bu, or 17 per cert.
Wichita Provision aiarkct.
Wichita. Kan.. March 17..
Qniti Tin flrtlvrt TmcfnPM TCfla trail snrtrtl todfi.V in
hoff products and the feeling is stronger nccom-
paiuea Dvanaavancein prices on some oi me ar
ticles. The prodncts of the Wichita packers are be-
conunjr won Known lor tncir excellent quality ana
are much sought after.
SUGAR CURED MEATS-Canvass or plain ham?.
20 lbs and tip &&llc, hams 18S30 lbs lljdfc, hams me-
dfmn nnil im Kra.tlSiV. hnmc cmoll cItp lilffl1? llw 11(2.
12Wc, California picnic bams 5$ic, breakfast liacon
(full width or strips) 80sc, dried beef hat. (extra
dry) 0c, smoked beef toncues per doz. ?1 UO, cottaere
or boneless hams 7Kc Xew York shoulders 5?ic, Cali-
lornia oacon uj$c, l ennesee bacon ayv:.
clear backs $o HV&5 75 per 100 lbs, long clear bacon
V T0&6(X)cwt.hhort clear bacon So i.0C 00. clear
bacon backs io iO&G 25, bacon illtches 5 SftSG 50,
rolled shoulders boneless 7Vc, bacon shoulders 4
SAUSAGE Fresh pork sausage No 1 5J3Gc, fresh
pork sausage (extras) 6Hc, Vienna and and Frank
furt 10c. head cheese 5c, bolognas rounds 4c, bolog
nas miiidles 4c, nlckles bologna 4Hc, tongue sausage
5o, liver sausage 5c, blood pudding oc.
ijahu-iiasisTcs.cnoiceiamuy oc, DaKers spe
cial Cc, pure leaf C&c, Whittaker's Star CJic, "Whltta
ker's pa.'.trv OVfc.
rHESH MEATS-BEEF Sides of whole carcasses
&A6.44ic, hind quarters ViS9ic, fore quarters 2S3K-c
loins ,-Sc. PORK Pork loins 5c, tender loins 9c,
spare ribs 5c, back bones 2c.
PJtEPARED PICKLED GOODS Pig' feet put in
lialves and spiced. Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 60, kitts, 15
lbs. 65c. Pickled and -piced pig's tongue Kitts. 15
lb.$175. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 30, kitts, 20 lbs. &5c.
AVichlta Wholesale Fruit Market.
Wichita, Kan., March 17.
The warm weather of today had a tendency to in
crease the demand for fruit from both country and
city dealers. The jobbers are all carrying large and
comple stocks and can All orders promptly. Prices
ORANGES Mexican $3 00S3 75 per bot, baskets
$3 754 00. crates $3 50S3 75, California Washington
navals $5 0O5 33 per box, California Riverside 3 50
3 75 per lox, Messina f 3 5023 75 per box. Imperial
f 4 50 per 1kx.
LEMON'S Messina per box, 5 4 5035 00.
APPLES-ll 40Q1 50 per bushel, 4 255 50 per bbl.
BA NAXAS 1 50 2 50 per bunch, fancy 3 00 per
FIGS Layers 1518c per lb, M oval boxes J350
3 7.1 per 100.
DATES Persian 60 lb boxes, SJ9c per lb, Fard
12S14 Hi lxxes. 12J3c per lb.
HONEY California, 1 lb frames, 17lSc per lb.
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita, Kan., March 17.
The grain market opened up today with its usual
activity. Af.argo amount Is being handled and from
one-third to a half more would be moved dally if the
elevator capacity wis larger and cars could ho had
as wanted. There is very little wheat coming in at
present and although there is a stronger feeling
in the market prices here are unchanged. The corn
market wa- active and stronger. No. 3 and better
advanced to 15c on this market today. Heavy ship
ments are looked for this week. Not many oats are
being handled on this market. Prices are steady at
GRAIN Car lots on track:
WHEAT Good milling 5.Va5Sc, while other grades
are quoted at 50c and down.
CORN No. 3 or better, 15c.
RYE No. 2 224c, No. 3 2022c.
HAY $4 50 per ton. f 4 03 in car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop in car lots 35c per 100 lbs.
Wichita Flour Market.
Wichita, Kan., March 17.
Tho flour market shows a slight improvement
again today. Prices remain steady but there is a
stronger feeling in the market.
Best patent, per cwt (standard price).
.. 1 40
Wichita Produce 31arkct.
Wichita, Kan., March 17.
Potatoes cabbage and onions aro in good supply
and there is a fair demand.
Eggs are a little scarce and jobbers aro selling
them at 10 cents today. Choice butter scarce and in
POT ATOE Kansas 40cTier bu. northern 00c.
CABBAGES New California $2 5003 00 per 100
ONIONS Kansas, $1 251 50 per bu.
EGGS ftgdOcper doz.
BUTTER Fancy creamery 25c, choico creamery
22c, choice butter lie, fair 12c, cooking butter 8c.
CAEESE Eastern full cream 13c, half cream 11
12c, kiniS9c, llmburger 15lGc. brick 153 10c, full
cream Swiss 15a16c.
CHICKENS Dressed 6&SSc per lq. live 12 50
2 75 per doz.
TURKEYS Live 65.7c per lb. dressed 9llc
Wichita Leather 3IaHcct.
Wichita, Kan., March 17.
The demand for harness leather and findings is im
proving. Mioe leatner is a iittio slow at pretnt.
Prices steady at quotations.
SOLE LEATHEU-tSlaughter) 27629c, B. A. 2527c
good damage 21rt23e.
HARNESS No 1 oak 32c, L. H. 30c, Union 2Sc,
CALF Domestic G.V1 00, French $3 101 50.
CUT HALF bOLES Extra heavy $3 50, heavy
?3 00, medium $2 50, light 1 25(51 75.
MAKKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
Kew York 3Ioncy.
Nkw York, March 17.
Money on call easy, ranging Z& to 4 per cent.
Last loan 4, closed offered at 4.
Prime mercantile paper r"&
Sterling exchange quiet and steady at ?4 SIM for
CO day bills and $4 84,v for demand.
Tho total sale of stocks today were 194.4S5 shares.
Today stocks were dull and closing prices shotted
little change over Saturday's figures.
4s coupons 122V4
4s coupons VP-Yl
Paclnc C of ".0 llfi
Missouri (V 100
Chicago & Alton 129
Chicago, Burlington S: Qulncy. lOBM
Lake Shore 107U
Missouri Pacific 73?i
Now York Central 107J.5
Rock Island :c
Union I'acille ta
Western Union s3
Chicago Grain and Producs.
CHICAGO, 111., March 17. Thero was a
fair business in wheat and the feeling
rather unsettled. The market closed about
3a'c higher than Saturday.
A very firm feeling was manifested in
the corn market and transactions were at
higher prices which wery well maintained
at the close. The market closed X
better than Saturday.
Oats were quiet and steady but without
important features. Trading was almost
entirely in May within a range of c.
In mess pork a fair business was reported
and tho feeling w:is somewhat unsettled.
Toward the close prices receded 2oc
and closed comparatively steady.
Lard trading was only fair and the feel
ing was a shade easier; prices about 2TjC
lower and the market closed steady.
In short ribs only a fair business was
transacted and the feeliug was easier;
prices ruled 25c lower and the market
closed stead' at about outside figures.
16 44 M.fl
f.1 Jfl 46
M47H 10 49
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm ami unchanged. Winter wbeat
patents $4 IVW4 SO. spring wheat patents f 4 CO
4 .tralchts fS OX3 MX
WHEAT No. 2 priag iS5c. o. 2 red 79HS0c
KYE-KWr- , .-
KARLE -Notnliwl. 55f57c.
FLAX EED-il 451 &4
TIMOTHY $1 22.
PORK-JIO SVjW 43.
SHORT RIBS Sides f5 0rt5 f6.
SHOULDERS-Drv salted ?4 4ft4 50.
SHORT CLE.VRSlDES-?586.3 H.
SUGARS-CBt loaf-77c grasaJMed 5Jb, slaad
anl A 84c.
AKTICL.ES. j Receipts. SMpaMRtS.
Vhe. i KjDlUj 4JJJ9
Com -atfHJ injB
Qg 1 77ji; MM'O
Vtutcy Btete enMsecr
3WC.1I0 wetnt 3iJie.l&e?
e TW23C nsia&iry.
WICHITA UNION STOCK YARDS,
, WICHITA, KANSAS.
PERS02?AIj ATTTEXTI02T TO THE SALE OF ALL STOCK
21. C. CAMPBELL, U. IF. ELJDHIBGE,
Cattle Salesman. Jog Salesman.
Our office is in charge of an ex- j Our private yard man is always
perienced hoolz-fceeper. vcadyto receive and care for stock.
WE SEND THE DAILY EAGLE TO OUR PATRONS FREE AS
f.' A LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT.
Spdjial. information by wira or I Correspondence always nas
letter tree on application. 1 prompt attention.
Wichita Hide and Tallow jlarict.
There is very little demand for green hides and
prices rule weak.
HIDES No 1 green 2Vc per lb. No 2 creen V.c per
lb, No 1 fireen salt 3Hc, No 2 fjraen fcalt 2ic, dry hlaes
4rc per lb, bulls and stacs Vfi-
TALf.OW-No 1 3c pei No 2 2c.
SHEEP PELTS-iS75c each.
Kaxsas Crrr.Mo., March 17 CATTLE Receipts
4.100; shipments 4.4MX Market 5 and 10c lower. Steer
53 S34 Sft; cows ?1 a03 09; stockers andf eeders 2.9 0
(3e0. HOOS Keceipts5,3): shipments 2C00. Marr
ketlOandllc lower AH srades i Vi 4 05; bulk ?"! 'A
4 00. S SEEP Receipts and shipments none. Mar
ket steady. Good to choice lainb and muttons $3 50
&o 40; stockers and feeders 3 005 25.
St. Louis, Mo., March 17.-CATTLE Receipts
1100, shipments 200. Market steadv. Native S3 JO
5 00, stockers and feeders F- 334 50, ranse 2 40a3 7a,
HOGS Receipts 2-jlX), shipments 2LO0. Market shade
loucr. Fair to choice heavy $4 1&&4 20, packinf
Krades ?3 0j4 10. SHEEP Receipts 400, .-lupments
none. Market strong. Fair to choice $4 DOS 4 70,
lambs 15 00"; 20.
Chicago, 111., March 17 The Drover's Journal re
ports: CATTLE Receipts 17000, shipments 5000.
Market active and lOolowerclosinsstronsea. IJeeves
ii 505 O0,steers H 204 40, stockers and 1 eedesrs 2 50
(-3 70, cows, bulLs and mixed f 15033 SO, Texiis corn
fed steers 3O03 70. HOGS Receipts 22000, iiiip
montslOOO. Market slow, 5 and 10c lower. Mixed
and Hslit $4 lftl 30, heavy $4 104 3.1, skips 3 004 00,
SHEEP Receipts J0U0, shipments 20ml. Market
stprifiv Vntivp St9fV&i?) . wpstorn corn fed -4S5(c.
5 IXJ, Texans 3 io SJ, lamos o iw tj w.
Kansas City Produce.
KANSAS Citv, Mo., Marcii
The Daily Indicator reports:
FLOUR Ouletnnd steadr. XX 65c: XXX 75c: fam
ily '.iOc; choice $1 15; fancy 1 40; extra fancy $l 50d
I ar. patent, f l iM$L 60.
WHEAT Higher. No. 2 hard cash G3Vc; No 2 red
I'OKN lllgner. -No. 2 casn z.i,c; .xarcn i.-,-c
OATS Weaker. No 2 cash ISc.
RYE-No2cash37Jgc. , , ,
LEAD Quiet but steady. Desilverized refined
3 G soft Missouri f 1 5
PR AN Dull. 2Sc. Higher prices arc charred on
SHIPSTUFF JOc. . ,
HAY Fancy prairie firm at Jo OOSo 50.
BUTTER Ouiet. Good to fancy creamery 21
22c. dairy good to fancy lVj.17c.
CHEESE Full cream twins 10llc, Young Ameri
can Vra.10, western &9c, skimmed 45c.
KfifiS-Pirm at lOUc.
LIVE POULTRY Quiet- Choice hens $2 5032 75,
roosters H HVil 75, spring chickens II 752 00.
DRIED BEEF Me.
DRIED SALT MLrATS-Shortribs?2 002 70, long
clear $5 10, shoulders ?4 25, short clear J5 75.
SMOKED MEATS Short rib sides $6 00, long clear
JG 00, shoulders f 5 00, short clear sidss ?G 25.
LARD-Pure $7 00, refined J5 37J&
St. Louis Produce.
ST Louis, Mo., March 17.
FLOUR Firm but unchanged. XX $2 202 35,
family 2 4032 50, choice ?2 OOs.2 75, fancy 3 20
3 30. extra fancy 3 003 :0.
"WHEAT The close was higher, JaKc for May
and -c for July above Saturday's. No 2 red cash
77c, May 77?c asked, Juno 775,c bid, July 75c bid,
CORN No 2 mixed cash 25c hid, April 25(SCc,
May 2fi&c, -Itdy 27?jS asked.
OATS QuiPt. no trading. N o 2 cash 204'c bid.
RYE No 2 40c.
BARLEY Firm hut quiet Iowa 25326c, Minne
sota SCc, Wisconsin 4Cc.
ATTOREYSI AT J.A.W.
THOS. C. WILSON", I JOS. A. BKUBACUEU.
Attorneys at law. 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOS-tf
W. P. Campbell. Jas. L. Di'eh.
Attorneys at Law, Wict:ta, Kan. lOCtf
H. c. Sluss. w. E. Stanley.
SLUSS d) STAXLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris C Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second door.
J. R. Hali.ov.-kll. J. F iHus:
Lato U. S. Attorney. 1
HALLO WELL 0 HUME.
Lawyers, 142 X. Main Street. Wichita, Kacbaa.
P. H. ROHRBAUGH,
Attorney at Law. Attorney for Western Collec
tion Bui eau. Rooms 17 and 15, No. 154 N. Market
sti eet, Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rootas 2, 4 and 6 203 N. Main St., Wichita,
JOH.V W. AI5ASI9. G. W. C. JOXES. G. W. APAMS.
ADAMS, JONES cC ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Oflice, first stairway east of the
Wichita National Bank. llft-tf
W. H. Bkidexbaugh. W. H. Raccu.
BRIDENBAUGH 0 RAUCH,
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 5 and 7 at 205 North Main Street. d(3
E. E. H1MLLTON, M. D.
,.f?j4yftl3w Specialties: Diseases ot the
jf$gy&Sgs3'&- Ej c. Ear, Nose and Throat,
ffS Catarrh and fitting g!aaes.
Offlcp 127 N. Market street.
israei . flyers oiociu
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND . SURGEON.
31 East Douglas Ave.
Professional CaUs Attended Promptly. 53-tt
E. Y. & L. S. MUNSELL. M. D's.
i? Eye. Ear. Nose. Th rot and
CntaT3. Rooms 11, 13 and
15 No. 205 North Main street.
Residence, 1200 South Em
DR. E. EMMA COBB.
Female and children's diseases e. sprecialty Home
for Ladles daring confinement. Mrlctlj private
tvhen so desired. Letters ft inquiry confidential
nd answered Immediately on receipt of same.
Home. 711 Soma Ida ave. Wfchit. Kan. lO-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
OQCe hoars 9 to M a. in-1 to 4 p m. Sunday. S to
' m. Room 17. Fechhelmer Builoinc.
A. J. APP LEGATE.
Abatraoter. Conveyancer cc Sotary Pnblio.
Fine (trauchtinr a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land In SedcHck county. Room ?J6 isedj
wicfc Mock. Can be found durin? bosins hours at
roomy building. lO-tf
DR. I. C. WILSON.
DaatUt. All 'vork goarsateed arst-elaas. OSce
IIS Eat Douglas avenaf over Paul Jones 4C: '
Ane store, WVStta. Kansas. lI-tf
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Destist. Offlce IU N. Main twer Sralth Ssaver x.
VttaBied air adataird. Rtafcienee 8K ". Tc
peka aveaue, Wlefcita. Kansas. 91-tf
Doattst. Hmo m ielsrwlck baiUiag. Wichita.
. Citizens Bank.
Kansas National Bank.
The Photo?rapher. Pictures in all sizes and styles.
Ho also carries the tlnet assortment of picture
frames In the city. Ghe him a friendly call and
j. x. niiLLirs. s. e. rnimps.
PHILLIPS i0 PHILLIPS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College,
-members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. We are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
vrork, including canine practice, dentistry and all
sufgical operation"". Hospital accommodations for
.-ill patients -equiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mall will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. We uso an operating table
instead of tlirowing horses.
Oflice, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
'o. 7L iSltf
wm. J. HUTCHIXS.
Patent attorney and solicitor, mechanical en
gineer and draughtsman. Full report of patents to
date. 13 years or practical experience. Preliminary
examinations. made. Rooms 11 and 12 Firebaugh
block, 154 N. Market street, Wichita, Kan. d43-tf
Luncheon Card, Menu Cards,
arty invitations. Printed or
ithographed at tlie Wichita
Eagle offlce, Wichita, Kan.
J. II. LYNCH,
Architect and Superintendent.
Offlce, Room 505
C. W. TERJiY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Bitting block, Wichita, Kunsas
Rooms 15 and 17
- n n. 3icP
:,. Room 18, No.
200 North Main Street,
IV. T. PJIOUD FOOT. G. W. UIUU.
PllOULFOOT 0 BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Fech
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS
JY W. BEISSXER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
A. M. WASSAM.
.T. R. DA VIES.
E. B. HOOD.
WASSAVJ, DA VIES 0 ROOD,
"Wiclita and Galveston,
Special attentioi given to city property. Corres-
I'iumruce nicucu. jioney careiuiiy in
vesl'd for Non-residents.
Befesrenctt: KnAas National Bank, Wichita, dftVtf
A Dining Room Girl.
To Sell a Residence.
To Buy Real Estate.
To Rent a Houe.
To Borrow Money.
A Situation and
I Many other Things.
Eead and Advertise in Onr Want Column.
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tations, Calling Cards, Luncheon
Cards, Bonds, Mortgages, Certificates
of Stock, etc., at tho Wichita. Eagle offlce. Wichita
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
For the use of Justices of the Peace we carrv in
stock and make to order all kinds of LEGAL
BLANKS. DOCKETS, both CIVIL and CRIMINAL,
Filing envelopes. Transcripts, civil and criminal,
with and without caption. Stray Blanks, BlankH
used in Civil and Criminal Cases, Justice's Receipt
Books, Law Books, in fnct every kind of a book or
blank used iu a Justice's office. Orders by mail
will be promptly attended to. Address
TEE WICHITA EAGLE,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
We carry a complete line of all kinds of Books
and Blanks, such as are used by Real Estate Agents
consisting of Deeds, Mortgages, Abstracts. Receipt
Books Note Books, Rent Registers. Notary Public
Records and Blanks, Contract Books, Pocket Real
Estate Books for Farm and City Property, etc. Or
ders by mall promptly attended to. Address
THE WICHITA EAGLE,
Want a cook
Want a -partner
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl.
Want to sen a farm.
Want to sell a honse.
Want to buy or sell stock.
Want a good bor'd'g houe.
Want to sell plants or grain.
Want to sell groceries or drug
Want to sell household furniture
Want to make any farm loans.
Want to -ell or trade for anvthlng.
Want to find customers for anything,
READ AND ADVERTISE IN OUR
Advertising obtains new customers.
Advertising keeps old customer.
Advertising liberally always pvs.
Advertising makes ots easy.
Advertising creates conndncft.
A AvcrtHtne Is proof f energy
Advertising exhibits clack,
Advmlsing raraas blt,"
A D VE R T ISE
? to S3 Per Day.
0 o A O o
Wo j r,
N L A t
THE PEOPLE'S COIUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The following rates under the different headings
will bo charged.
ESfPayable Strictly- in Advance.
No advertisements taken for less than 10 cents.
One line advertisements charged same rate as two
NO ADVERTISEMENTS TAKEN "TO RUN UN
Prices given under classified heads In this column
applicable only to local advertisements. No foreign
advertisements taken at prices given.
Answers to advertisements sent in care of the
Eaglk office should be called for within 10 days
after insertion. When advertisers wish replys for
warded to them stamped envelopes mest bo sent.
Reference to former advertisements should give
description and date of Insertion or copy of the ad
vertisement should be sent.
Not roponstble for advertisements given or dis
continued by telephone.
WAXTED FEMALE HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
TTAXTET-Gmi. FOR GENERAL AND CHAM
1 V ber work. 220 North Main street, 104 2t
"ANTED-AGOOD SECOND GIRL WANTED
01 -3lD ortn Emporia a e. lU2-12t
"V"ANTED-A GOOD WORKING GIRL. MUST
understand cooking and general housework.
Apply at 5J3 South Market. 10I-3t
TT7"ANTED-AT ONCE, A GOOD. STEADY
1 1 woman to take charge ot honse; must lie a good
cook; no washing; in a family of three, at 313 North
rANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
1? housework: no washing: must be a good cook;
references required. Mrs. H. Imboden, 215 North
Emporia a e. lvi
La un dressses.
TTTANTED-EXPERIENCED WAIST HANDS
Y at once. L. E. Breckon, Fletcher block, room
Under this head lc per line per day.
TTfANTED-A GOOD BOOKKEEPER: WOULD
1 Y prefer one w ho am write short hand anil oper
ate type writer; lady or gentleman. Address in own
handw riting Lock Box SI. 102-G'
Under this head 2c per line per day.
'ANTED AT ONCE. HARNESS MAKER A l
Henry Schad's, 105 West Douglas. 101-6
Bookkocpcrs and Clerks.
"YrANTED-IMMEDIATELY A COMPETENT
man for clerkship or partnership in general in
surance business. Inquire of John L. Boyd. 305
Sedgwick building. iG-tf
SALESMEN AN ENERGETIC MAN WANTED
to push our manufactures on this ground. One
of our agents earned $5,200 iu 'St. Address I. O. box
1371. New York. KC-fi
SALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE-A FEW
good salesmen to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trado. We are tho largest
manufacturers in our line. Liberal salary paid.
Permanent position. Money advanced for wages,
advertising, etc. For terms address Centennial
MffcCo. Chicago. 111. dliO-oOt TuesJTh anil Sat
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
r ANTED A GOOD MAN WITH A TEAM to
garden, inquire 1013 Riverside a e. liM-fi
Misccatla nco us.
SITU A TIOXSMALE.
Under this head lc per line per day.
Conch men, Teamsters, etc.
Miscella n cous.
Emjiloym ent A yen cies.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
A GENTS WANTED.'
Under this head 2c per line per day.
TTfANTED-MAN-AS AGENT OF OUR PATENT
safes: size 2Sxlxl8 inches. ?.WretalL Allslzea
as low. New style?: New patterns; new locks; new
factory. Not governed by safe pool. Every safe
warranted. Rare chance. Permanent bu.lncs'
Our terms and catalogue will convince you. Agents
clear $300 to $500 per month. Writ for cxclvslve
territory. Alpine Safe Co. Cincinnati, O. !JwA.-sats
-TTTANTED AGENTS-IN EVERY CITY AND
V village in the United lnteexoept instate
of Kansas) to sell to lawyers; jnst th book every
lawyer needs; endorsed by lawers everywhere:
sells at sight, no delays necessary, as book can be
delivered when sale Is made. Applicants must be
able to furnish reference w hen required. Full par
ticulars free. Addresi tho Wichita ;Eagle, Wichita,
WANTED-AGENTS TO CANVASS WICHI TA
for a new article. Sells on sight. Addrt-w at
once P. O. Box 2tf. Anthouy Kan. WW
TirANTFD AGENTs-IN ENERY CITY. TOWN'
TV and village in the United states (eicpt in
state of Kansas) to take subscription. P(htmMtrx
can make money. No capital required. SanipM
copies Iree. Cash cotnmisasfons; 'money can fee made
by getting np clubs. Address the "ft Ichlta Eale.
ichlta. Kan. 7I-tf
WIINTED MISCELLA NEO US
"TTJ ANTED TO TRADE A QUARTER SECTION
TT of land In Grwley cwnty, Kama, for
dnig stock. For particulars write to C. M. Owen,
Tribune, Kan. d4
rANTED-OFFICE DESK. ADDRESS UK N.
"TTTANTED-A GOOD SECOND 1LU-D SEVEN
TY eichths licht tot bttegv: must bo a bantnin:
state price. Address P. H. D. care Eagle office. SB-tf
TfrANTEDGOOD SECOND HAND SURREY
V V or road wagon, with top; mst be in good con
dlt.on. Address A. H. Gref, cHy. m-f
rANTED-TO BUY A SECOND HAND ROLL
top office desk. Address r it. u. il oace.
-T ANTED- SorND. LIVR JAC
tt full grown, many mimlr from ooe to Ka, de
livered In Wichita by April Ik thoe able to procare
them please address at once, stating Mm t-r and
price, St. Lotitb Coarslns; AfcsodatlOB. OIIto street,
TTTANTED-ANYONE HAVING A BU6CIY OR
Y cart fieap for cashaiMres Jock box H. &
ANTED-KARMS-WE HAVE BCYERs VOK
f. if ran mat to sii roar burm 'iolc)c list
it with Oscar Z. Smith. 135 N. Mart: J6-U
TANTED-A PLACE TO WORK FOR HOARD
1 wai au-ndlnj: selkool. &U1 at See of Sota-
westra Bosloei-s College. "-U
Tr"ANTED-BrYERS FOR KfLK AT'iiM X.
1 1 Iwreace aveim: saOk will be Attrrr4 at
:TANTED-TO BUY. SELL OK EXCHANGE
tt rtty or farm property at th roal Ht oOee
cfS-L. Pot. room 11 .Mtai. JC-C
B CSINESS CJIA NCES.
rjfeder this head Sc pet lia ?ef 4nj-
B0SJVES FUR s-ALE-IF VOC WANT AN Ef
Uih.st. p"rfnUy Irttauttf aad MfteUj Ok
VMalHU.M f.mmtJ. tmv MAlk lfl H Wlrtelta.
K -.; i--M eompAfir. ltf North iUtttt. Mt
r-YK.W15HTOBrY A PAKE AST) ESTAB
I nl ca wmt a Urore Irrm fm caa
"f- too a cboicr of trtkne cxcrpUooalir
g-rt oaes. W1B R-E-Ot, W Nort Krt
Ftf.BSALE STOCK OF"fFrfoe AT
Cor tkls & w B V
Taaer this h4 3c jxr Ita Xe aj.
rUU IS.' N TotiJU -r
i T 'ANTED KOOMERy AND BOARDERS, r- 3N
WANTED Houses and Room
Ur i- ? 7rf'
THE PEOPLE'S COEUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
WANTED-A QUIET. ELDERLY GENTLE
man wishes a neat room with board, private
family preferred. Address A. TL, this office. IflS-ir
FOR SALE Farm Property.
Under this head 2e per line per day.
E OR SALE A FARM OF THREE QUARTER
sections; will sell 1.2 or three sections; flrst-cJass
Improvements, running stream on two quarters;
will be sold cheap, as it must be sold. fJ X. Law
FOR SALE City Real Estate.
Under this head Sc per line per day.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Under this head Sc per line per day.
TTORSALE A HANDSOME PONY AND CART,
JL: with harness. Pony Is a fine saddler aad driver.
The whole outfit. Fashionable cart. Room Kl Bit
ting block, from 2 to 6 p. in. dMl Ct
TTOR SALE-A PONY. GOOD SIZE, WITH HAR
X? ness aad phaeton, cheap for rash; or will tmtle
for good gentle driving horse and cart or two seat rte.
Will pay something adytloaal If trade suits. Apply
to 125 North Market strvet. room S, Israel block.
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under this heed 3c per Mae per day.
FOll SALE Miscellaneous.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
FOR SALE AN EXCELLENT COW FOR SALE;
she is perfectly gentle and gr e vwy rich milk.
U at 1127 N. Topeka ave. lew
171 OR SALE DELIVERY WAOON. FULL COV
erel, Wl-constn made; will sell cheap. GUI at
13) North Market. X-
T?OR SALE-LIGHTST UDEBAKER TOP BUGGY
. ami good harness for sale cheap. Inqolre worn
II Getto blocfc Vi"-
OR SALE-CARRIAGES. BUOGIBS. IMIAhV
: tons, and harness. Topeka Ave, StuWw. KN'
: goop repair. Wichita s-oap Mf?. Co S booth
Fifth avenue. Wichita, Kan. MMSt
OR SALE OR TRADE-ONE SCREWCUTTING
JL? lathe, 12 inch swing; 1 J-horse engine ami boiler;
2 blacksmith outttts. Addnwei Lathu. eaue EajtKe
FOR SALE L.VRGE SOLID WALNUT BCM
nes desk almost at yemr own price. CH early
on W. v,". Charles, room 3, No. 23 North Main
FOR SALE OR TRADE TI1ATSOUD J5.CARKT
stem-wind and se gold w ntch is still at 8M North
Main st. Call on W. W. Charles, room a. WW
170R RENT OR EXCHANGE THR FINEST
JL residence property in Fredonb. Kansas, on Main
street set ond block from court hone. -Cull o or
addres-s W. W. Charles, 221 North Main St. Wichita,
FOR SALE OR RENT-CITY OR FARM PKOP
erty. Improvtnl or unimproved. lAirf.lonU.ten
nnts, liuers ami sollcrs taSe notice, larael Bros.,
125 N. Market, new Israel block; phone Sit. -tf
TTIOR Sale DEEDS. MORTGAGES AND ALL
JD kinds of legal blanks; blank receipt hooka, note
books, etc.. at the Wichltn Eagle office. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. dWMf
7?OR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT ILVND
J writers' note books, blank receipts awl note
liooks and legal Wanks of every kind. Mall orders
promptly attended to. Call on or apdress the Wlvh
ita Eagle, Wichita, Kan. 1-U
FOR SALE A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPH
man of theclty of Wichita; gtes names of sneti.
public buildings, colleges, parks, ete Mt ltxli on
linen puper, price 5 cent each; .1 for cents: 35
cents a dozen. Address the Wichita Eagle, Wichita,
FOR RENT irouscs.
X nder this head 2c per line per day.
SforTient- V hIX room" furnIshed
K51 house, AU31 North Fourth street; dt
B3 Fmf rent-onTolleoe hilloood six
aiiL room house, partly furnished If iteislml. cellar,
cistern, pump and sink in house; live closet, on
street car tnu'k just at top ot hill; $IS ier month.
AI-o good four room houst. in Matbewson atMlUoti,
2(7 Mathcwson n enue, S7 per month. A. -V. Htle.
room. ater closet. u. city water, in rood r-
iMlr, with or without stable. lDalre at SW North
Trtnl..i uiuniiu it t llmimin tli Ut
Topeka n enue. B. S. Horngnn.
C FOR SALE, Oil" TO RENT-A FURNISHED
SHLllve room cottage, convenient 10 Mwkln( Hoim
and stock ards. For Inforuiattott apply lo K. !.
Hotchkin, 005 Sedgrtck bulkilng, or at Sill Jackwrn
uenue. did tf
tFOR RENT-RESIDKNCK KIVTS, POUR
MFOR RENT OR SALE BUSINESS AND RESI
df nre property in all parte uf the city. larael
"gS? KOlfRENT- lrrNORTHEMPORlATEJOHT
3tik.room hoas-. closet, iwntry, cellar, city watw.
oarn and carriage room. Inquire at SSt Sooth I. w
rence ave. WW
"l7OR RENT-A HANDSOME COTTAGE ON COL
X lege Hill. Inquire at the Kentocky hat tor QR
East Douglas. 85-lf
S?FOR RENT OR SALE-RESIDENCES IN ALL
EIv parts of theclty. Wright b Co east of pot
FOR RENT Rooms.
Umler this head 9c per llneper day.
IX)R RENT-ONE ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
. room on lirst lloor; uby) front ami We room on
second, with board, at the St. Jerome, 313 North
North Main street.
ROOMS AT SB9
IfOR RENT-TWO FRONT ROOMS. W NORTH
I? Topeka avenue. MM'
OR RENT-FURNISHKD ROOMS, SINGLE OR
sult best of board next door, ill Norm Law
rence avenue. J w
IOR RENTlioOMS FURNACB HEAT,
. North Fourth avenue. MfcA
T70R RENT-A FLAT IN THN BUTLER BLOCK,
X on stx-ond floor. cooHtoUnc ot Aw rooma,roal
room, clo-t". lth rwm.etc. Apply U Jl. R. But
ler, No. 2U0 south Main .street. KB tf
"lOR RENT-THREE OfKID ROOMsInDOUBLB
X luMis w ith Mfperatf ootofcte doors antt tfalrwar,
stable awl garden. Ooe block of tit oatm. csarch
and school. Oood nfhborhood. ReMt ahcoat ttoUi
lug to right party. Inquire at 1MB ai DoorIm.
170R RKNT-A NEATLY PUKNJ5UED BOOX
X at 231 North I jiwmir avenoe. -
TTOR-RENT-rUKNIHEir FKOSTT OTriCE
JU room over 13 North Market sir. Ira! Hroa.
170R IuFN'TrliNlsHKDBOOMA.T W JWJRTli
XI Market. K-tt
FGR RENT Stores.
Under tnl bead Sc per llM jmw ijy.
l?OR RENT-BRICK STORE-BOOM SO. ttl EABT
J Doughv arnnr. tin onVe aad rifjAim room, lo
Kowl part lea very low, in turbUUMX Mocl
son, ,?R iKiugia. avMioe
FOR RENT Farm Property.
Und tate bond lc pu lln yc day-
70R RKNT- ACRES PASTURE FENCED
- with three wtira: xerr talDnc rasBia wtr
througn the tract, fall 00 or atfdr- w. I) MrCor
inlck, room Si, nrrtaogJi block. Wichita. Kan.
"T?OR RENT- SEVENTY ACRES COW MUX
1 bottom land fur 170.01 Good hoota, bara, c
Lallatouce. Jsral Bro. Wtt
FOR R ENT Miscellan fans.
Under thto UuA V pr Use Pr day.
Voter thte hea4 Jr per line fr 4sy.
MJSCELLA NEO US.
Vnier this bead Sc pr IUm jmt 4y.
K. LEDC-i PERIODICAL PILLS. THK
tml Kreacfa rmwlj. act dtrwUr 00 th Mw-
traal syMm od pMitllr car wmyiiluw of tb
mm-, warraav'4 vo piuwoi mmmmr
ThM tn NftooVt not be tam tertec vnrn
Amertcaa Pill cmtftutT. rrttr favpnuuim. Mpu-
crr, I- JJ. (mow maamum sy enw, ki'imih.
7E HAVE A DANDY FARM. CLKAJt OT AXT
InrucDlwaaoe. kMWr MmM. won la cms
tWTU. to trade for umX harwM Meetc, tit
Meek awl tanihruwufai caa wtta la btnm If r-
qttlmi. (Ma. U. HunfH, Jr, Ca
T, HAVE IX RJYERMDC ADDITION THE
tat rrm ta la cKy BaJtMtteuiie ore
wagnlftcien latpi prtawtn a ttawBt tal caa t
b- oja loac. Oscar Z. BmuU Co, J Xona
ttm-ufTi irr lnr-wrr
"(BALL I LXAVK
it ynn Yes. ea mas:riettt
of the soatfcwMf. ti- Us cmll lt of- I
.rjrn vt cv nwinww ci in i. wi
f . t- t - -. - m '
owk. Aifctui LmX
TFicocLDprT AJAMcorvrr usxzti
1 eaUMtioa at WicaJLa, It waaM m : 1 te
JflektrlMtrs. The bH tawt I caa 4 to rm-
Itoat- lafoffauwtlaa aaaat the ila il
Addre Loci: Box Sft. Cxtaacc IU.
TT-X CAX JtEfTTOm MTCRlCar"ppUr
1 1 erty: ariac K Ui. lnM9r. MMt
IrOK RAROAIVB-KAXD-XAiW ftCBOLX SAR
' w Uk mm trmm wm uruw 1 froai 1M
totaJQm 9tapom taaa-lUnrjal Tar
wvaorUaaaWy tanr s Pi'lam-n, hrin avora, XA
Nona Mala auvec. KS-fcUt
tAL. t yrxRD-nwrxmvatxi, xvemm-
V ' r. ock ana form I a aaaciattj. Mart f
VMiPNtlMansai. Wlektti, Xm. -CI'K
TTWW5 W A CHAJSCR FOR TOT A VmtlOBm
JUL UT1& tmmn yOdianaK;-iiirxmi
w4.Ml, art-'alr - mv W-
-wtBs4aMri9UMt4a'a'BV toa bat -1aai 1
-iiiiaic Wii1ai,im aty. lara-t -, -asl mmtm.
iTXtv-atnt rgt cuKX Heii xrtx
'nforauw". ' w v-
I e rruur&. ' Jj-rar- Jti
THE PEOPLE'S COIUM.
Your Wants Supplied,
rnder this head 3c per line pgf day.
household goods, cattle, hordes, etc. la sasall
amounts If yoa are In need of a loan corno and ea
ut. Roberts jc Myers, over 111 Xcrth Mala SsTeet.
organs, horses, males, cows, buggies, ec la
amounts rrom $10up. at rea.on.blonucs. Dtckln
aJtCou. room a,SdgT-ick block. jei-tx
MONEY LOANED ON HORSES, BUGGIES,
cows, pianos, household furniture, etc. Notes
bought. It yoa vant a small amount of saoaeT
route and see us. W. T. Nosh A Cos, over 110 North
Main street, aitf
MONEY TO LOAN-SHORT TIME MONEY AT?
lowest rates on hordes, cattle, wraoB, or bog
gles. 21S Wee-t Douglas avenue. 77 tt
TY"A"TEI-BORROWBRS FOR MONEY. WK
11 loan money en all cla-4a of good seo-urlty at.
the lowest rates. Geo. L. Rouje, Jr.di Co-, "room
atl, 2H Sdlswtek block. d U
Under this head 3c per He per'cUy.
170R TR.VDK-FOR INSIDE WICHITA TROP
Xerty In north part of eltytaast beUtsWeot nvlU
rwwl tracks, S acre farm atUetalac pnw-jf
MwtoBn: all well Improved aad fee 5X) bearing;
fmlttr- and never falling water iajMMara. For
furtber particulars write to Ww. aiwer. "iVTggold.
O TR.VDE-STOCK CATTLE VOR GOOD
horse al the Occidental harB, 3W N. Markot. st.
TXR TR.VDK-FARM IN CENTRAL HLUNOIS
Xfor vlchltft proBorty.
M. DaUote, Ofsaty
UmUr thl head 9c per Mne per day.
Under tab head c per Mae per day.
STOLEN-YOUNG MAN, THE ILVT YOU TOOK
Saaday may be r-ttireed to vettbuie C hrc&
sobw evetrfag thfc week and save arrest. SfFt.
Under tnh head Jc per line per day.
Under I ate head Jc per Une por day.
Under this hd 3c per line per day.
Under thbt head 3c per line pr dor.
TOO LA TE TO CLASSTFY,
Under this Head 3c per line per pay.
MISSOURI PACITlO K. R.
Fort Scott. Kaaa City. St.
I ouls and eattern ex
Fori n.u, hatwa City, St.
Loots and eo-stem ex ...
Conn-ay Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex. ..
Conway Spring, Anthony
and Klo-na ex
Hutehln-saa. Sterling and
Hutch KaaapoUs, PaeWo
aad Denver ex ...
lit trfll.i ran itallv.
7 IS AH
Depot Seoond and wkhlta trert; Uekei ofsoa 1 J?
North Main street.
E. S. ButoK-jtr,
Pasescr and Tlcwt
SKW TIMS TAt,It CMICAOO. JtOCK IBIAXD A
(Great Rock Island 1-utv'' ,,
In effect on and after rebraarjr W. V30.
OOlVoTfoTtTU A5D EAT
No. 3 Colorade SprtBgo,
Denver ami PaelCo Cot
KrnraRii dlltv. . .
No I KnnjM City, LouU
and ciucxga i o-oobo
Mull sd ez dailT
No I EansoJ City. St. Lcubd
.ind uucago nieni ax.
dally ..... ...
No G2 AccoatinoiUClOs,
daily axcept Kunday
No 3 Kansas City. at. LouU
and cnicago ex amy.
No 1 Rental Cltr. bt. Lonl
and Chlrazn tbrouah raalll
and pi. dally
No Gl Accommodation, dally
Vlrnnt rrrllnln- chair rara en all train, and
Pullman leprs from Wichita to Kanaa Cltj and
Chicago without change on night train. Tic-U
toM and bazzav checked tbrourh to aU point
north. Muth.eat and wrt. and teaiahtp Ucl
wld to all European potnu at lowrat rata. City
tkkrt ofTlcr KO K IJouKla ut cornar Malrj
arret. paf 11 jtf r tatln corntr DouaUui and Road
C. A. RtrrKanronp. Tloka-AreaU
Jno. skba8ti O. t. r. A Cacaca DL
st toma a Bar -ivAyoaoe iu m.
City Union Ticket offico 122 North Malu ttroct, and
Unkin Depot Oak tre-t
wicniTA mumnu n. r.
T13uuv I iXYK
!lv7t, paea. (d-lly)..
OotnK Wert, frrtuht
UoUtC ta.t, po
UWBy MJii, ireigat
Union Ticket eSV 1 Nerth M-tn tnt, aad at
Unlea Depot. Oak uliwt. W. D. VlintXC.
D. U. KHODEa. FriAsht F-a. AgU VU N. Mala.
Sapt cor Ith and Dottgla.
ATCIUf ON. TOPSKA X BAjrTA tl U. It.
1 akjuvx 1 tvri
Noirrn xxv txtrz.
11 96 AM
It a it
Colerads and California -'
vitrrn ans Y'st.
Tax & Paaho-dl ttpt
Expr . .
( Ity Unloa Ticket afire. IS North Main ittMt,
and Co two IC nar Oaa 4rt
Jtwt ronpnXMl and for mU tx ! aOe-'
r T-aeacr' A Wilt.
it." for ae by iart-4a4ait 1
(imwnt. ciTTaH oiUbiii
b ttMd la any elty. The book t
MTHOOLM. Caa m OMd la aar ettr
of a roavlnat sis to carrr In Ue axii'. Raaad
taClotn.0rlai rilblkck, fUA. ftaatkfiaaji
to a&y addm-a apsa rwntytt(hnn forclataaa
II for SaxiW Madfne. oiir by mall wifl r--oatra
prond tiat1oa. Add
THE WI0HITA EAGLE,
EJactridt baa become aot eslj a. weed tf
foi twt a fearful agoat, ami the teoajciitatrr
tramWe Ufor U,
It it jrUoJj UmU,n udi a UAj, to
rend of tb ueaHvaim thai aoour troxi xxxl
rdoced wr! Xotbia Trct-U. Unsjrt a to
Bar asjtbiuc to do yiith rctr1 car. nLt,
Udophmw, or nay (Afcxe cuefa mixraAag la
YeaUHi If I comld pc-iWj eacapa tbata."
" Wail, job ca" -ahd her hnaixxl, e&ro
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