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'gkt WLxtMivc Ipailij gagfe: j&rodatj Wamiug, fglarcfc 30, 1890.
Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock
Yards for 24 hours-236 cattle 915
hogs and for the week just closed 1054
cattle and 4643 hogs, a gain over the
previous week of 203 cattle and 70
hogs. The cattle market was more ac
tive today and prices ruled steady to
strong on all grades. There were some
choice cattle among the offerings, and
some were unsold at the close. The
hog market opened strong to 2 1-2
cents higher than ruling prices yester
day. Bulk of the hogs sold at $4.00
which is 12 1-2 cents higher than clos
ing price one week ago.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Kan.. March 29.
Receipts 236. shipments none. The market was
active today, as buyers took hold In better shape,
and stuff sold at good prices. There was a cowl
showing of fat cattle among the offerings. Packer.,
local butchers and shippers were all strong buyers
today. There were s-ome good cattle unsold at the
close. Chicago and Kansas City reported the mar
ket steady. This market closed steady to btrong.
Native shipping steers, fancy, HOOeifiSO ,,.
jj)S r iHal (SH .
Good to extra itimgvm... --.. 3 40 (4 00
Good to extra native butcher steers, 11003
ITU) lbs 320 53 50
Good Utitchcrs steers. SOO&IKO :t 25 3 40
Native feeding steers 3 J -j j"
Native stackers s X fi
Choice cows and heifers.. V.1 '?
Fair to good cows and heifers 10 ( A
Hulls and stags - o? !
Canners 1 "d '- '
Poorer grades and scallawags 1W &1 50
The following are tho representative sales of
nt the stock yards today:
No. Description. AVge.
4 Stackers J4.0
ii Stackers '
1 Stacker -"
II Stackers '?
ft Stackers ,
4 Feeders lf
3' Huicher steers "'
5 Yearlings ?-
1 Choice butchercow "
3 Good butcher cow .I'll
1 (iood butcher cows lww
1 Good butcher cow 1LU
1 Good butcher heifer.......... JjJJ
8 Good butcher cows and heifers.... 890
4 Good butcher cows and heifers 910
r, Good butcher cows and heifers.... 10ji
13 Good butcher cows ond heifers Sui
2 Choice butcher cow 10 tU
2 Good butcher heifers jg"
4 Pair butcher cows 11K7
10 Fair lwtoher cows 10
7 Fair butcher cows H
2 Commcn cows wa
a Common cows f
l Common cow 1-y
0 Aiwipra . ............... A.J I J
i Bull i r.ifi
1 Bull -
Receipts 315. The receipts were liberal for Satur
d.iv. The market opened strong to 2c higher than
yesterday'sclose. Tlie market was active through
out a packers wan tail hogs. Bulk of tho hogs sold
at &l, whlchis an advance of 2;ovcr closing day
lu-t week. The market has been a strong to ml
i ineinKoiie each day. Chicago reported market
s,.-ady and Kansas City closed strong This mar
Jut ctoeed strung at the advance aud indications are
Rood forstro;i prices Monday.
The foUowine are the representative sales of hog?
hi 1 he yard6 today:
NO. Bortv. AVTKARE. PRICE
',H 100 2T5 400
as ... a -dm
) .... 230 4 ft)
"..; .... 8.57 400
a .... -ro tw
OS tO Ml 4
; a 212 4W
;'J 40 "Jf. 4 tO
SI .... 2I.-I 4f
1 . ".... " 25. 40)
S7 .... 2o :ty:
51 .... S3 3P7W?
4j 80 3B 3!f72
12 SO St :t!7'2
C2 .... 2S iiirr1..
24 .... 221 8U7Jj
Verr few sheep have been offered during tho
week'ln Tact not enough to tost tho strength of the
Good mutton sheep, S0100 SWW 00
Good htock. wethers, 7S9&5 otH..0
liood to oxtra lambs 411luU
Wichita Horse and Mule Market.
Wichita. Kan.. March 2D.
Tho market during the week has been rather un
natlsfnctorv on account of the ligig receipt. Iluy
rrannd shippers have not been able to get stock
enough to meet actual demands.
Extradrnft horses $115 00.15000
liood draft horses NKHMSllSU)
Extra marcs 100 W 12.5 00
Good mares TOOft tt5l)
Extra drivers laiWaZllUl
Good drivers l(0.5e 12S ft)
E-tra stroeters !6(tell0W
Gooil streeters TftOiVsi WIO
ilretfon 350Ui .7100
pjugs 201)0 ai 00
Mfllos, 14 hands (JiHfc 7500
Mnles, llWliaiMls H)Mc )(
Mtilec. 15K hands WlUrfUfill)
Males, heavy 10310 hands 12.mlft500
Mules. plugs aiOXa.0UM
Tohn Falkenberg, of Falkenberg Bros.,
Calilwcll, was on the market with a c;ir of
John Windsor, city, was at the yards
looking for some fat cattle.
fcauvagc & Myers, Wellington, were both
at the yards. They shipped in a car of cat
tle and hogs.
V. T. Deveese, city, had two cars of fat
steers on the market.
Mr. Parsons, of Slaves & Parsons, Iuka,
cfyne in with a car of cattle.
White & Cain, Freeport, had a car of
njixed stock on the market.
JRoyal & Lyons, new shippers from Oat
vyllc, had a car of hogs on the market.
Gibbons Bros, sent in a car of cattle and
higs from Haven.
JSykcs Bros., Alurdock, -marketed a car of
Jj. B. Shongh, El Dorado, was on the
ifiarket with a car of hogs.
v Blakeman & Ilearne, Leon, marketed a
a r of mixed stock.
William McKitrick, Angnsta, sent in a
c ir of hogs for today's market.
Leon Baivk, Leon, had a car of mixed
sock on the market.
'J. L. Buckley, Lincoln villo, had a car of
good hogs on the late market.
'Jacobs & Davis, Udall, are buying a lot
0) feeding cattle on this market.
lJ. S. Norris, an extensive stock raiser
aKd shipper, completed tho purchase of
fifty head of stockers at the yards this
afternoon. He will drive them to his farm
Mr. Z. M. Johnson, ex-cattle buyer for
the Dold Packing company, is now cattle
salesman for Ditmars, Voris & Co.
Harvey Grace, a prominent stockman
from Cheney, was looking over the market
today. He said it is certainly wonderful
to see how fast this market is improving
and it will surprise everybody within the
tiiL'xt year. Says there are a great many
ymuig hogs being fed in southwestern
itansas and by the first of September next
there will be 2,500 hogs a day on this mar
ket, and people will wonder where they
all come from.
Mr. Ward Tucker, who represents the
firm of Beef & Nuckle, of Leadville. Col.,
and R. II. Tucker & Co., of Aspen, Col.,
has been on the market during the week
buying butcher cattle for those markets.
Ho has purchased 100 head which will go
forward tomorrow. He is much pleased
with this market but says he can not get
satisfactory freight rates out of here. His
people use upward of 400 cattle a month,
end he will purchase them on this market
If he can get satisfactory rates.
LIVE ST00E MARKET.
Kansas City, Mn March tS-CATTLE Recelrt
k riiipmoul 0i Market strooer, Sixers
i . 4 W, cows H aKAS ft -tocketv and feeder 08
v2Si hlWS Kt-eils SatO; shtuoHits 1W1 Mar
Lei fctrtmc. -'' blxht-r. All grades l iU&
1.5. bui J4:tt4lf'. SHKEP-KecelptsSaU,
pi'ipinentu 306. Market etlve, stetidy. Uooi to choice
iat..bf cud mutMHu, 8 Scfeo 10; Mockers andfetrdors
Pt. Loris. Mo.. Mrdi 29.-CATTLE IteoeteM
7a. -4.ljHncnt aa Market steady. Nattves $5 40
t,t4ii Mockers and feeder SDU SO. Txs Hd
li.diMH eers $S4flS3 . HOGS KeceiM.-fflil sat-ru-nttt.
Market strowt. Fair ut ctalce ltevr
ii l 25. pockJa gndes 4 Mfe4 3& SilBBP-Ke-cfip
MIL hWrnnenfe fc'J. Market flrw. Fair to
Chicago. IlL, March 29 The Drover's Journal re
ports: CATTLE Receipts S000, shipments none.
Market slow. Choice beeves 4S55 00. steers
$3 404 70. stockers and feeders 2o0395, cows,
bulls and mixed SI WV?3 5a Texas corn fed steers
S3 0033 GO. HOGS-Receipts i;j000, shipments .
Market slow, 5c lower. Mixed $4 0034 30, heavy
ft 10&4 40, lieht ?4 03&1 25, skips 3 4034 03. SHEEP-
Bcceipts 2000, shipments . Market steady.
Nati-es $3 '.OQJ5 25, western corn fed i 1 S0j .0,
Texans S V55 30. lambs i 5 50G SO.
"Wichita Provision Market.
Wichita. Kan.. March 29.
A larjre and Increaslnc: business has been done by
the packers for the past week. Prices have ruled
stronger on many of the articles than for some
STJGARJCURED MEATS-Canvass or plain hams
20 lbs and up 311c. hams 1S&20 lbs ' lltfc, hams me
dium aud up lOSlljfc, hams small size lO'ili lbs 11
12Uc, Callfoniia picnic hams fiffjc. breakfast bacon
(full width or strips) S39c, dried beef-ham (extra
dry' 9c. smoked beef tongues per doz. $1 00, cottage
or bonelcs hams 8c.Xew York shoulders 5lfy$n.c, Cali
fornia bacon GHto, Tennesee bacon 5jC roiled shoul-
HIDE MEATS 'Short clear sides packed (dry salt)
f-5 55tj 75 per 100 lbs, clear flitches Cc, English bel
lies Cc, lonpr clear sides $5 3535 50. shoulders 4c.,
clear backs 5b 3.V25 75 per lOO' lbs, long clear bacon
?fi 00-StG 25 cwt, short clear bacon ?5 o5! 00. clear
Ikicoii backs $0 (&afi 75, bacon flitches Ifo 65&S 75,
bacon shoulders 5H.
SAUSAGE Fresh pork sausace Xo 1 5a6c. fresh
pork saiiisre (extras) CJc, Vienna and and Frank
furt 10c, head chee-e oc, twlocrnas rounds V&, bolog
nas middles 45c, nickles bologna 4c, tontrue sausage
5c. liver sausage 5c. blood pudding 6c.
LAUD Basis Tc's. choice family Oc, baker's spe
cial Cc, pure leaf Gfc Whittaker's Star c, Whitta
ker's pastry fic.
FKES1I MEATS BEEF Sides of whole carcasses
3-.4 Jfc. hind quarters 553ic, fore quarters 2MJ3Mc
loins 7Sc. POltIC Pork loins 5c, tender loins 9c,
spar.' ribs 5c, back bones 2c.
PKEPA BED PICKLED GOODS-PIg feet put in
halves and spiced. Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 1, kitts, 15
lbs. 85c. Pickled and spiced pig's tongue Kitts, 15
lbs. J175. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 CO, kitts, 2G lbs. C5c.
"Wichita "Wholesale Fruit Market.
"WicniTA. Kan., March 29.
Trading for the week has been good and business
shows a large increase over last year. Jobbers are
well pleased with business thus far this season.
OBAXGES Mexican $3 003 75 per box, baskets
?3 7.Vrf.t 00, crates 3 50-3 75, California Washington
narals $5 0045 35 per box. California Riverside W50
(3 75 per box, Messina $3 50S3 75 per box. Imperial
$4 50 per lwx.
LEMONS Messina per box, fi WaJ 00.
A PPLES $1 4031 50 per bu ?hel, U 25-35 50 per bbl.
BAXA-XAS $ 1 50 $250 per bunch, fancy $3 00 per
KIGS Layers ISSISc per lb, M oval boxes $350
3 75 per 100.
DATES Persian 09 lb boxes, S5$9c per lb, Fard
1211 lb boxes, 12c per lb.
UONEY-Califonua, 1 lb frames, I7(g.lSc per lb.
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita. Kan.. March 29.
A large business has been transacted dnring the
week. Corn has advanced lc per bushel on this
market and ruis strong at the advance. Consider
able wheat moving and prices steady at quotations.
Receipts of oats have been fair and rulo steady.
Receipts for 24 hours, 10,050 bu. corn, 1900 bu. oats,
C10 bu. wheat.
WHEAT Good milling 5558c, while other grades
are quoted at 50c and down.
CORX No. 3 or better. 16c.
R YE Xo. 2 23321c Xo. 3 20fl,22c.
HAY ?1 50 per ton. $4 00 in car lota.
GROUND CORX-Chop in car lots 33c per 100 lbs.
Wichita Flour Market.
Wichita, Kan., March 29.
The business for tho week has been the most sat
isfactory for some months a orders have been more
liberal from both eity and country retailers. Prices
areabout steady at quotations.
Bp"-t patent, ner cwt (standard price) $2 10
Second grade 1 SO
Extra fancy 1 70
Fancy 1 40
Shlpvtuff, bulk 40
Wichita Produce .Market.
Wichita, Kan., March 29.
Potatoes In good supply and scarce.
Cabbage A little scarce and in good demand.
Onions Only a few good quality on the market.
Eggs Plenty and are weak at?c.
Butler Choice scarce aud in demand.
POTATOE Kansas 50c per b'i. northern 05c.
CABBAGES New California $25Oai300 per 100
OXIOXS Kansas, 25-&1 50 per bn.
KOC.S Sc per doz.
BUTTER Fancy creamery 25c, choice creamery
22c, choice butter 14c, fair 12c, cooking butter 8c.
CHEESE Eastern full cream 13c, half cream lh&
12c, skim ftV.lc, lnnburger 15(rf 16c. brick 1516c, full
cream Swit,s 15&lfic.
CHICKENS Dressed GVCSc per lq. live $2 50
2 75 per doz.
TURKEYS Live fi7c per lb. dressed 9llc.
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita, Kan.. March 29.
Business for the week has averaged very good and
shows an increase over samo week one year ago.
SOLE LEATIIER-Slaughter) 2713.29c. B. A. 25&27c
goxl damage 21t-'23c.
HARNESS Acorn oak SBc, No. 1 oak 32c, L. H"
30c. Union 25c. Hrmlork 25c
CALF Domestic fiel 00. French S3 101 50.
CUT HALF SOLES Extra Heavy 3 50, heavy
S3 00. medium 5-2 50. light $1 251 75.
Wichita Hide and TalloW Market.
Wichita, Kan., March 29.
The week has developed a better feeling in the
market for hides. Tiiero is an increased demand
aud prices are stronger.
HIDES No 1 green 2c per lb. No 2 green 2Kc per
lb, Xo 1 green salt :Mc. No 2 graen salt 2&C, dry hides
4C'Jc per lb, bulls and stags lWc.
TALLOW Xo 1 3-Ke pel lb, No22JsC
SHEEP PELTS S0&75C each.
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
'cw York Money.
New York. March 29.
Money on call easy, with no loans, closed easy at
3i per cent.
I'riine mercantile paper ..
Sterling exchange quiet and steady at $481 for 00
dav bills and S4 M for demand.
The total sale of stocks today were 137.371 shares.
Stocks were dull but steady.
45 coupons 123
4Ws coupons - IrtlVjS
Parillcfrsof 95 Hit
Missouri 0s 1(0
Chicago ,t Alton 129
Chicago. Burlington & Quincy. 19$
Lake- Shore.'.'.'.'.'.".". .".'..".".'.".'."..".".'.".". V. "."."."."."." ". ". . 10S
Missouri Pacillc i
New York Central WW
Rock Island ini
Union Pacitlc i"!i
Western Union Sm
Clilcago Grain and Produce.
CniCAGO, 111., March 29. Wheat trade
was light and tlie market was quiet with
out any special change in prices.
There was nothing new developed in the
corn market, which ruled comparatively
dull all day, fluctuations barely covering a
Oats were steady with a moderate vol
ume of trade.
In pork closing figures exhibited a slight
Nothing of consequence was doing in
Ribs were very steady.
c 3 f o
S g 8
articles. g jj
Malch. mt T9H WM m
May - 79H 79M Tag 79H
lluiy'.'.'.V.'.V.V.V.V'.V.' 77H ts" H 77i
MSy1.1.".'.'.".".".."..'...".".".' 29Ji 2 &)i ii
:iu!y..v.v.v.v.v:;.."": sm si aa
SS::::::.::::::::: $k si m &
June lf -'IJS -iM, 21;,
July 218 mi at I
Mav 1057K I0PO I10M Wff)
jurie 18 taj 87w M ten BbHj
July! LI 19 70 10 75 10 70 10 7
Hfsrch GiTWi 617W' 6 17H 6 17
May:?........... 6 20 6 22j fi 20 6 22?
.liuk 6 2S 6S0 62a 6 Si
inrcU .. ..- ...... .....
May 6 13s 5 17 6 172 5 174
June..... SSJ 55.' 53J 5 2SVS
July... 5S3K 5 37. 5 H 5 27
Cash quotations were a follows:
FLOUR St edy and unchanged. Vlntcr wheat
patents ?4 W$i 30. Spring wheat patent ft (OS
i 0 ralhts $3 aaS3 '.O.
WHEAT-No. 2 spring T?ifc c 2 red 79)ic
BARLE Y-Nominal. i57c
FL.VX SEED-$1 4sVj.
lORK S10 5.VilO SOL
LARD-K' 126 15. .. ,o, ..
SHORT RIBS skies $a 12J
SHOFLDERS-Drv slt! 4 4M W,
SHORT CLEAR SlDES-S5 450a 5a.
WHISKY-nttt , . , , . Jr. . .
SUGARS Cut loaf 77Jc, granulated SJc, stand
ard A c.
BUTTER Wek- bat BotqwKftWr Jewer, Fkikt
Eapfn creMntT apsic. finest SlSe. flaest dairy
"evr York Produce.
Xew Y'obk. March 2.
WHEAT Doll. Xo 2 red cusfe Sc
xKX-tuity. xo: stsMNe.
OATS Firm. X. 2 whtte ic.
COFFHE-SHly. Sntes 17.?W" tec?. St Klo
5teAr. fWr rws -20V.
tkza.. O 5 1-WSo I-ISc,
M. C. CAMPBELL.
extra CSWsb 1-Sc. standard A 6c, confectionars A
51-lffc, cue loaf 53-lCc, powdered i 7-15, granu
lated 6e. culjes t?c
Y.GG Steady. Western 14?.
BUTTER Easy. Western dairy SlSc west
em creainerv VziVc.
CHEESE FaU- demand. Western, lOHSSlOJfc
Kansas City Produce.
KANSAS Crr-, Mo., 3Iarch 29.
The Daily Indicator reports:
FLOUR Steady. XX Coc; XXX 75c; fam
ily 00c; choice ?1 15: fancy $1 40; extra fancy l SOS
1 55: patent SI 7551 SO.
WHEAT Weaker. No 2 hard cash and March 61c
bid, fiiko asked,
CORN Quiet. Xo.2 cash 226 bid, 22Jc asked.
OATS Xo. 2 cash lSXc bid, 1
RYE-Xo2cash :i7c bid,
LEAD Quiet but steady. Desilverized refined
3 Kb'., soft Missouri ?4 57&.
HAY Stronger. Good to fancy prairie 55 50S6 oa.
poor 31 .50.
BUTTER Jloderate demand, prices Arm. Good to
fancy creamery 1622, dairy good to fancy 1315c.
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins lU&llc,
Young American lUSlle, western 8.9c, skimmed 4
EGGS Weak at lOJ-ic.
LIVE POULTRY Good demand, prices Arm.
Choice hens f 2 2533 Of), mixed hens and roosters
1 755J2 00 chickens 2 0Ua2 75.
HAMS 9 25.
BREAKFAST BACOX-fS 25c
DRIED BEEF ?7 50.
DRIED SALT MEATS-Short ribs $o 75. long clear
$5 50, shoulders ?t 25, short clear -15 75.
SMOKED MEATS-Long clear $600, shoulders 55 00
short clear sides iG 25.
PORK $11 OU.
St. IiOuLs Produce.
St Locis, Mo., March 20.
FLOUR-Unchangcd, but firm. XX. 2 202 30.
famil 2 40&2 50. choice $2 0032 75, fancy $3 20
s,o oij. extra. lancy Ni wJt u.
WHEAT Opened steady advanced tc. reacted
imftvlmt jinii f;)fmmi ,r hitrnfir for irood ;ind ZCv for
July, than yesterday. Xo 2 red cash 77c 3Iay 77s
ffi77!4ebid. July 75c asked.
CORN Advanced sJMc closed firm. X'o. 2
mixed cash 2X2l5e. May Zvic, July2i5c
OATS Dull. Xo 2 oxrU 21UC. asked. May 22Jic.
RYE Firm. No 2 hard 41Hc old.
BARLEY Fair demand. Wisconsin 454Cc, Iowa
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
THOS. C. WILSON', JOS. A. BRUBACHEIL
WILSON X- BJITTBACHEB,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, "Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOS-tf
w. P. Campbell. J as. L. Dvik.
Attorneys at Law, Wicuita, Kan
ii. C. SLUSS,
W. E. Stanley.
SL USS 0 STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J. It. Hallowell, J. E. HUii
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL X- HUME.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
JP. IT. ROiniBA UGH,
Attorney at Law. Attorney for Western Collec
inn Bureau. Rooms 17 and IS, Xo. 154 N. Market
.lieet, Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2. 4 and 6 203 N. Main St., Wichita.
Ioun w. Adams. G. W. C. Jones. G. W. Adams.
ADAMS, JONES & ADAMS,
attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway east of the
Vicliiu National Bank. 116-tf
V. H. BltlDEXBAUGII. W. H. ItAUClI.
B Jill) EN B A UGH & BA UGH,
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 5 and 7 at 205 North Main Street. dG3
WM. J. HUTCH INS.
Patent attorney and ttollcltor. niechnninal en-
lnecr and drauclitsrnau. Full report or patents to
ate. 13 years ol practical expnrlenrc Preliminary
o.xnndnatiobH made. Rooms II and 12 Firebaugi
block, 154 N. Market street, Wichitu. Kan. dlO-tr
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Disea?e"of thr
Eye. Ear, Xose and Tliroat.
Catarrh and tltting glasses.
Oilice 127 X. Market street,
I&rael & Myers block.
DB. C. C. FUBLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
crire: I Ii:side"ce:
S31 East Doueias Are. 1 1213 North Market Street.
Professional Calls Attended Promptly. 53-tf
E. Y. d L. S. M UN SELL, M. D's.
Eye, Ear. Xose, Throat and
Catarrh. Rooms 11, 13 ana
15 No. 205 North Main street
Residence, 1200 South Em
DB. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseases a spreclalty. Home
it Ladies during confinement. Strictly privatt
hen s'j desired. Letters of inquiry confidential
id answered immediately on receipt of same
Home, 711 South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Oflico hours 9 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. ro. Sunday, 3 to
at. Room 17. Fechheimcr Building.
J. H. LYNCH,
Architect and Superintendent, Odes, Room 50G
Sodgwick. block. 107-tf
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent. Rooms IS and
BRtinc block, Wichita, Kansas
W. R. McBHERSON,
Architect. Room 13, Xo. 200 North Main Street.
Wichita. Kansas. 117-tf
w. t. PKororooT. o. w. biru.
BROUDFOOT X BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Omco In Fech
A. J. ABPLEGATE.
fWith A. D. Mallory J
Abstraoter, Conreyancer & Notary Public,
Fine draughting specialty. Complete abstracts
5eclalty. Complete abstract
ck county. Room 2K Sods
v land In Scdcwlck county. Room 2K S-
xrick block. Ctn bo foaaii during business hours at
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS
T. W. BEISSNER,
77-31 REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Galveston, ... Texas.
A. K. WASSAJt. J. It. DAT-ItS.
WASSAM, DA VIES X ROOD,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Wichita and Galrcsion.
Spedsl attention given to city propertr. Corres
pondence so;ic!:od. llonry cxrefolly la
vestfd for Non-residents.
Rsference;,Ksj:sas Xatlcaai Bank. WlcftltA. dftj-tf
J". 5. BARNES,
Real Miff. Lo and teniance Aoot
ELMID6E & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas,
REFEREXCE Eradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank, Kansas Xafl Bank.
R. W. ELDRIDGE. "
" Hog- Salesman.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MRCHAETs.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Boanl and tuition, per annum. $150. Addres
Sister Superior, Sisters of Charity, B. V. M. 105-tf
J. 31. rnn.Lrrs.
S. E. PHILLIPS.
BHILLIFS X- THILLIBS,
Graduates of the Chicago Vcterlnarv Collere
members of the Chicrfso Veterinary College Asso
ciation. We are prepared to do all kinds of vctorinarv
work. including canine practice, dentistry and all
sumital operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or niht. We use an operating table
instead of throwing horses.
Ortice, lit Xorth Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
Xo. 71. iy.tf
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-ciass. Office
IIS East Douglas avenue over Paul Jones & Co.'s
drug store, Wichita, Kansas. 151-tf
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Dentist. Office 144 X. Main over Smith & Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence G2S X. To
peka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. 31-tf
D. W. SMITH.
Dentist. Room 406 Sedgwick building, Wichita,
Full sets of teeth $5. ?S and $10:
Gold Fillings ?land up; Silver 75c;
Extractintr with coacaine 50c We
BOYD'S DENTAL ROOMS,
Dr. T. F. Boyd. dk. J. A. Hollexbkrokii.
113 East Douglas Avenne. lOTt
Tlie Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and styles.
He also carries the finest assortment of picture
frames in the city. Give him a friendly call uud
Spring Excursions via the Santa Fe Route.
The "winter excursion" season is past
and the Santa Fe route, pleased with its,
success in each of those excursions, again
come to the front with still another in
ducement for people to travel via that pop
ular linef in the way of round-trip, excur
sion tickets, at greatly reduced rates to
principal points in Old Mexico, Xew
Alexico and Texas; also Aiken, S. C, Au
gusta, Ga., Birmingham. Ala., Brunswick,
Ga., Callahan, Fin., Mobile, Ala., Xew Or
leans. La., Savannah, Ga., Thomasville,
Ga.: limited to return not later than June
1. 1890. Transit limit to points in Xew
Mexico, Old Mexico and Texas will be four
days each way; to other points named
above, transit limit will be lour days each
Tickets are also now on sale to principal
tourist points in California, also Phoenix
and Prescott, Ariz.: Portland, Ore.; good
for six months, with going limit sixty days.
Las Vegas, Hot Springs, X. M.; Ogden and
Salt. Late City, 1 tab, Idaho and Montana,
good for ninety dn3s; transit limit four
days each way. Stop over privileges al
lowed on all tourist tickets within transit
Full information cheerfully given rela
tive to routes and rates. Side-trip rates
and other special rates to points on the A.,
T. & S. 1 K. R. quoted on application.
Sleeping car accommodations secured aud
baggaged checked to destination. Call on
or address V. D. Murdock, agent, 122 X.
Main street and Union depot'
Geo. T. Xicuolson,
G. P. & T. A., A. T. & S. F. R. R.
25-tf Topeka, Kansas.
Cobs for sale at the Zephyr mills, ?1.2.
per load delivered. Telephone 1G9. CO tf
A SOUKCE OF WONDER.
A Correspondent ivlth Map Astonishes a
Company or Cossacks.
A ncwspaier correspondent, David Her,
traveling in Central Asia, came one- cveuing
upon a Cossack camp. Fires wero blazing and
round them stretched the men, resting after
a hard day's march. The traveler had been
long on the road, and with his white Russian
forage cap and travel stained clothing looked,
go much like the Cossacks themselves that ho
entered the camp unnoticed. Then he sat
down on a stone and took out a colored map
of the country, knowing well that the strange
sight would bring the men abpjit him imme
'So it proved. I suddenly became aware of
a gaunt, sallow, gray mustached visage so
criss crosed with saber scars as to look like a
railway map peering over my shoulder.
Then another and another camo edging in,
till I was completely surrounded by wild
figures and grim faces.
'"What's that picture, father? "We can't
quite make it out.'
" 'It's not a picture at all, brothers it's a
plan that shows me the very way by which
you have come here from holy Russia, and
all tho places you have passed through.'
"Then, seeming not to notice the looks of
unbelief and the meaning grins with which
my hearers received what they considered to
be a moit outrageous lie, I went on:
" 'Up here at Orenburg you passed the
Ural river, aud then marched eastward to
Orsk, where you crossed the frontier and
turned to the southeast.'
" 'So wo did, comrades,' sbontcd half a
dozen voices at once. 'He speaks the truth
so we did.'
" 'Then you passed Fort Jlara Butak,
crossed tho Kara Koura desert, and halted
hera and here and here,' naming and des
cribing the various posts.
'The Cossacks listened opened mouthed to
tho familiar names, and the excited clamor
was followed by a silence of utter amaze
ment. Then ono said:
" 'Father, can you show us the very place
where wo are now?'
" 'To be tuie I can, my iad. See, that
black spot is the village yonder; there's the
river twisting and winding, and here is you;
"There was another pause of blank b&
wilderment, and then tho scarred veteran
with tho gray mustache asked in an awe
" 'But, father, tell mo for the love of
heaven if we've marched 1,000 miles since
leaving holy Russia, bow can it go into a
scrap of peper no bigger than an Eastr
caker Chicago Herald.
Rapid Bridco Baildlnjr.
A piece of rapid work in bridge building,
done oa the copper bridge on the Oregon and
Washington Territory railway, deserves rec
ord. There were twenty-fire bents of trestle,
averaging a height of twenty-five fet, the
frame bents resting oa a piie fonndation with
ten degrees curve on the bridge. On Thcrs
day morning there was no a stick of timber
on the ground; a tram creased the bridge on
Sunday, three day3 afterward. The raising
gang, composed of thirteen men and fore
man, raised the fifty -one bents on Sasurday.
Xew Orleans Picarnna.
Siplomalio Tonnjr Women.
The young woman of todayti as extremely
diplomatic voog prse. Sk looks vry
motherly waliiBg down tiw avenue Indies
some Utile tot aj the hp.nd and accompanied
by her favorite dog, but she knows sj well as
if she were a profesaoo&I actress what a
pretty piriare she makes, and what a dear
able contrast to her tall, litlse Sgara is the
little wosiaa by her side in her Oreeoaway
get-up of gray closb, wufa its quainUy ??
?sc and its larra coke boenst,
0 O O o
Af L A t
TILE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Tour Wants Supplied.
The following rates under the different hcadla;s
ill be charged.
2ifPayable Strictly in Advance.
Xo advertisements taken for less than 10 cents.
One line advertisements charged some rate as two
XO ADVERTI3E3IEXTS TAKEX "TO KCX UX
Prices given under classified heads in this column
o.ppllcablo only to local advertisements. Xo foreign
advertisements taken at prices given.
Answers to advertisements sent in care of tlw
Eaolu offlco should be called for within 10 dar
alter insertion. When advertisers wish replys for
warded to them stamped envelopes mast tx sent.
Reference io former advertisements should give
description and date of Insertion or copy of the ad
vertisement should be sent.
Xot responsible for advertisements given or dis
continued by telephone.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
"WANTED A XEAT YOl'XG GIRL FOR LIOHT
" housework in family of two, at SS Xorth Mar
ket st. 115 1
"WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
' t housework. Xono Imt a competent one with
stood references need apply. 31rs. H. T. Kramer. 401
X. Topeka ave. 115 C
AXTED-A GOOD COOK AT 1315 XORTH
Emporia uve. Highest wages paid. 115 Kt
AXTED-A COMPETENT AND EXPERI-
eneed irlrl to do central l:ouxworlc. Annlv
at 353 North Lawrence uve. lljtf
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework in a small family. Mr. II. It.
Farnum, 12s; South Emporia ave. rt lUWi
:7anted-girl"to "do g ener.l hotseI
work. Apply at Champion's bookstore at once,
Sedgwick block. U2tf
ANTED-A COOK FOR SMALL FAMILY.
Apply 51G Xorth Topeka avp. ir tt
AXTED-GIRL FOR GEXE.VL HOUSEWORK.
Mrs. Lamb. 137 Ohio fct. d-lll-'n
W AXTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework In a famity of three. Apply at Ml
S. Lawrence Ave. d-lll-10
WANTEDAX EXPERIENCED GIItLFOR
i General houewfirk. Small family Aiiplv Mrs.
Henrj- Comley Ruifum Avenue. ltlverid, "Wlch
"TXT ANTED-GIRL TO TAKE CARE OP Ft'R-
V nlslied rooms and to do general work. Call at
room 10, 222 North 31a in. 113 2
"ITTANTEIa'"0IR"l. GERMAN OR SWEDE.TO
t take care of furnished rooms and to t,ineral
work. Call at room 10. third Uoor, 251 North Main tt.
Misccfla neo us.
SITU A TIONS-FEMALE.
Under this head lc per line per day.
Under this Head 2c per line per day.
.xiJL a dressmaking room nt 4ft) Douglas avenue,
room No. 1. Guarantees a perfect lit. and work done
in best manner. Will give you tho latest styles ot
New York and Boston. dl07 25t
WANTED MALE HELL'.
Under this head 2o per line per day.
7"ANTED-A COAT MAKER TO GO TO GUTII-
rie, I, T. Steady work. A. Paulltn. mei chant
7AXTED-AT ONCE, FIRST-CLASS IURRER.
Ai .vonu .iam. u-lll-bt.
T7"ANTED-A GOOD PAINTER WHO CAN
hat.g paper and kalsomine. Addn-ss, stating
lowest price you can work for, O. Ii. R. S. Kasle
ofhec. 115 1
BooJch'ocjwrs and Clerks.
W AXTED-A FIRST CLASS. EXPERIEXCED
shoo salesman. Xone other need applv, at
Wichita Shoe Parlor. Geo. P. Locke. 115 8'
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
"WAXTED-A COLORED MAX TO TAKE CARE
t of horre and work about a place. Inquire at S56
S. Hydraulic ave. or office of Southwestern Business
college. 115 2t
SIT UA TIONSMALE
Under this head lc per line per day.
WONTED-SITUATION AS BOOKKEEPER OR
t to do office work of any kind. Hare had three
years experience In this city. Bet of rcfereacc giv.
en. Address"!.," care of Bitting Bros, HI 6
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
WANTED-POS1TION AS STENOGRAPHER
and typewriter by younij nun experienced in
oOlce woTk. Can furnish callgraph if nvcestry. Xo
objections to leaving city, and bsl of referpnee.
Aldres Jolin II. Emmert. Occidental hotel. 115 3
- ANTED-POSITIOX BY YOUNG MAN .
t stenosrapher and typewriter. Biin Ann
preferred, t an furnish typewriter If neceiiry. Ex
perience and bt of references. Address cre ol
Occidental hotel, J. H. E. 112 3
Employm ent A gencies.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
YVTED-biX "FARm"1TaND.S ONE M AN
to work in dalrj", man an' wife without rtiiM
ren on farm. J Uaudry woman, 1 woman rook, S hm
men cooks, a dining room elris,Obotrl girls u so to
Colorado, T news agi-tit to run on train to sell so.
this is the best Job and best pay that a yoonc mm
can prof-or. If yoo want empioywient of Mir tiwi
or anr place inclo Mic in tamp for prtrtkTUrs nl
add res us. for we d bosint. from Maine to the
Kocky mountain'. J. R. Keuwotthjr t Co., kkup ,
overKJE. Dooglas. H5
A GENTS WA NTED.
Under this hd 3c pr line per day.
TXT ANTED AGENTS IN EVERY CITY AND
V village in Um tniwd SUecvH.UUe
wf Kansas) to H1 mUwtwk Jo ib Vjok rrery
Ja -.ryer neeris; ewlonel by lawyers iTerywbere-.
selbat stent: do iletays nerary. a bwt can be
dliveTl h-n.lchj made. Applicants most be
able to farniso reference wbea tttfaitA. FII pr-ti-nlari
free. Address Uie WJchrt Ea?te. WJrSHa,
WANTED AGENTS--IX EVERY r;TY. TWS
ar vi!i(e in to Unltnl &! lezcvpt to
4ate of Kan?sl to take abTiMloi ("nHmn'jf
can make joey. No capttil rejatrl. xutipla
t-wptes f rre. C!h rmmatUnaiag; smmt ju fe io4
in-Brians up V.ats. AMznm to WJcatt fi'.
irhisa. Kan. Ti-tt
WANTED Horses and Vehicles.
Tf ANTED- -MISCELLANEOUS
-ANTED-CATTLE TO PA.STCKE. ADttKESS
j. t. ., ey. nr
ANTED-TtVti OR THREE FURM-HED
nm for twoainiBi 'wuli. MM be r-
tral and Hr-rC-cl.-. W. B. Yanc. itt X. LnTor
-TXT ANTED-YOUNG MEN AND LDIE WHO
V ju4crfrewefearlaMwr-ta4. tm'
los. tekcrapfcy. p-aiiin'-Jt(t-
coanreiTial twanra. f a far etrrnjar la
sotswe4m Bktnea ceUece. WlcnlU, Kan.
'ANTED-AinjtrETO yfOHK FOR WAD
'system flrhMr C4a(. -
-antkd-bcyers nm xnz. at iw v.
I Lavreace .wmoe: soUV w19 b 4tUmui at
CaP U . le V Mr jm T.
THE PEOPLE'S COIUM.
Your Wants Supplied,
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Under this head 2c per line per da y.
FOR SALE-A GOOD FAMILY HORSE. IS
black in color, has no blemKh. perffvtly safe
and gentle, and a lady csn drive hluu Far particu
lars call at tailor shop 211 N. Mala t. 116 6i
FOR SALE-CHEAP FOR CASH. OR AVILL
sell on time with approved security, on good
draft or farm horse, C years old. AVill work to any
harness. Warrantfd everj" way. One bay mane
years old. In foal by a full Mood German horse, good
worker, free dnver and flrt class saddli anlrnaU
warranted. One yearling maro colt, half Norman,
sound and a good disposiUoned. colt. One three inch
Bala wagoa ta good condition. Apply SM Mol'y .
TTOR SALE-A YOKE OF CATTLE 5 YE.VRS
V oW and wasoiu cheap for cash. Apply at 2!B S.
E01t"sALE-OR TRADE FOR PnAKTONrONE
jump seat snrr- nearly new. Call at City tn Wes
No, 115 s. Market t. dlCA
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under thi head 2c per Ua per day.
Ioralegood'stylk : raby cariuage.
' in gool repair, cost SS5, for Sl4. Also gKd in
gle harriers, nearly new. for 5ML Enquire OBlce,
room 11 Getto building. Hi .i
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Under this bend 2r per llniwr day.
"OOR SALE-ROSES, PASSION VINES. nXnV
17 twlls and other hrubtrj-. Call jo, 0 V. ta
1TOR SALE-COLLEGE HILL GROCERY. Hr
X lnes leen elWi.-hed threv years. (Sootl h-
of cnstojner. C1h stock of gooa- Dd mt 4rlrf
to trade goods. Apply at s.tort citrner E. IVBKlas
and HUKide. IU a
ORSaLe-A CLK.VX TOCK OF TAPLE
crocerlf?. Goixl trdt ami ictk. K.-tt
forsillinsr. Apply to Joan J. Striker. zm M. Ui
N.Main. 4 II W
ORS.VLE-STOCKOF DRUGS AT iK WIT
Iougla.- avenne. tf
ORSALE-CHE.VP, A SECOND ILVND PIANO
at 1116 North Market HI
70R SALE-CHUVP. A IVRGE FIRE AND
1. burghir prof Dubois A NorrK Iwnk sate with
Sargent A, Greenleaf tinw lock. AM a UK f lauik
counter railing. Addrfe .loon A, AiUups I'rwt,
POR SALE-ONE BILUAHD AND ONE POOL
X; table, nmiplete, KOwt, clieap. AMfts Mi Ea4
Central, city. ! Kt
rfoR sTvLE OR RENT -CITY OR FARM PROP
Jl orty, improviMl or nniiuprovwl. LatlknK''H
ants, buyers aiul sellers take wrtfcv. Iraf I lr,
125 N. Market, new Israel block; phot 3M. 3k-tf
77OR Sale-UKEDS. MORTG GBS AMI ALL
J1 kinds of legal blanks; blank rr! VwioM. tu
liooks. etc.. at thi Wlchha Ealc ofti.. ordrrs hy
inall promptly attendel to. IHtMt
ITOR SALE CAI.irlttOK.STlORT UA.ND
JJ writer," nolo liook-'. Iriauk nvflpt and note
lHksand lt-galliJank-ftif wery kind. Mall tinders
promptly atterull to. t'all on or a litres th" WU h
Ita Eagle, Wichita. Kna. . J0-tt
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME I.ITIKK.ISAI'H
map of the city of WtchlUi;gtenaitieruf -treetn,
txibllc building, college, jxirk. ftc Mre liiM ou
linen pain-r, price .. n-ntt. ifich; ". lor 18 cents S3
nts a dozen. Address tlie Wichita laitte, Wlehlta,
FOU UENT Houses.
Under this head 3c per Hue inr day.
Y H0lE. 411 E. ELM ST.. IS NOW READY
lor a tenant. l. i. Horn can. iw tt
? FOlf RENT-NEW 12-HOOM HOlE. WITH
OsL Iwrn, in north part of city. Poimbte locatko,
convenient to car line ami Uurinv. IiKtiiire of M.
A. Coulter, Fletcher block. HSf
jfJFOR RENT-FIRST CLASS COTTAGE.
"'Jt grounds liK-atlon. ic murpawl. to m.ill
faititlj . S2I North Topeka avenue. Il5fl
FOR RENT-A GOODS.1SOOJI HOUSE. WELL
located in the- nortli iart city. 1 very wven
. having porches. p;iniO' ami clorls ant) fpnnl
water. linear the Toieka ave. car line. at tul
tirlmn motor. Will rent for S12.W pet- mouth. Call
on or address Mrs. E. C. Mium. 8212 Eat Cetitrnt ave.
S?FOR RENT- A SEVi:N-ROOM COTTAGE.
2-'i furnished or unfurnished. Hefwence duelmtl.
Address G. this unlet'. 11 6
g? FOR RENT -COTTAGE ON CORNER OK
ii (arkfl and Pine ts.. 7 rooms, hydrant mtH-.
conrciilent to stre't car. PossnltHi giv lite Hrt
or April. For imrtlculars call 115 K. Plnv'U HI 2"
"l?OR RENT-HOUSE WELL LOCATE1MN THE
X be4, part of the city, with six rooms, pouuy ami
four clocth all mnvly papereJaud iowl Iwrn. in.
quire .tXS North Topeka. d-lil-U
FOR ICEXT-ANRfiOM HOl?siK WITH
Kirn, modern improvement. US per month, in
luversldc add. on Bufllu. Call at 13 North Uw.
M" FOR RENT OR SALK-uinNSsTANirRKSI-dcuce
property in all parts of tho city. I-.rMl
1OltitKNT AllAND.xUMECtiL'I'AUh tN t 1)1
-I lege mil. inquire at tho Kentncsy hat
'& FOR RENT OR bALE-HF-blDENCRS l.V ALL
Wright A, Co. No. 133
FOR RENT Rooms.
Under this head 3c per llwpor U.
ITOR mCNTNlcEJ'itONT oT?icirAM
J. sleeping rooms cheap, over 133 and JSS N. Market-
Modern conveniences, isnirl BnsnHjn I, US
. Market. Jltlf
I.'OR REXT-A DESIRAULK ROOM ON NORTH
X Topeka av., for one or l o gentlutnott. AUtnw
W. E., i--igle oilice 1
I?OR RENT - RESIDENCE KLAtST" FOl'R
rKMiis trtuh, separate hall, tth ruin. coal bin,
01c. In new bnck imllding corner -rtii Etnporin
and Kltu, Apply to N. Bird, ten Eraporta or Jil N.
Main. Ill V
Jj en suite. In Iwsi resvlence irt of toe city. nr
to business, 412 E. Central ave. Henry Fellow.
?Oll RENT-TWO NICELY FURNlciMKD ROOMS
' with board. 412 N. Market. rt Il-lf
OR RENT-A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room at 42s S. Market eU lBf
17OR RENT-FURNI5HHD lUXUto WITH
? boanl at northeast corner Third and liwrettre,
I70R RENT-ONE ELEGANTLYIT;RNI.0HKD
. nm on nrt ftoor; j1 fri'iit and s44n nmw on
k coihI, with boanl, at the St. Jerv, Ui .North
ITOR rentvlat in thnTiutler RLOCK,
X on .e-iiHl niftr, consisUiig of fline rooms, rMi
room, f.loMHs, tith room, etc. Apply to 1L K. But
ler. o. 'JU suth Main 4lt. M tf
T?OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM AT 37 NORTH
I? .Market. -
FOR RENT Stores.
Under this heal 3c war ane pr er.
FOR RENT-STORE HOOM NO. SW NORTH
Main, near Third. Vacant April L C M
N. Lawrence. vmv
T7DR REST-BRK K hTORE-ROOM Nft 411 B.T
X IKfla avenue. One ofites and Mfftan: nm. to
gout Mtties very low. m Kicatoad bktefc. itanMw A
son. ii lKMiglAfc avenue. " it
FOR RENT Farm I'roperty.
Under thia Iniarf Jc yei Unc jwa-day.
OK REXT-A tKXJD IJOTTOiTrARX" Hr ii
J? acr?-s IW iu cnltl vation. jaMtw a4 taa4ow,
ailnnJr few, on Uve Xlnneaa rtrer. iTwwUr
Uiars oail 00 1 arvin Dep. C. Clk-. or R7. of Dants.
T7ifirRHENTTiriRTYAUttEJ OT KHD
JD j;roMd wKb socrfl iMMkeeon East iMawbM ,
Wktaltft, Kan. EnqoHrpat JtAiilmltafi hXe. RtHvrt
170R RENT-A PASTUHB OF Mt ACKKe).
X fenc4 lth a new low -trawl "! nok w4
watr and sA tnB, UaafeH la Aaron twetn,
I'raU county. AMrem B. tL Ed. ia. Kan.
FOR RET-iil ACKER PAiflTKK TTUHrKD
tt lhrte- wtrea: wreer frtilRK rmIk wMar
OkToagB Uk trart. Call tat or ad4eK. D. JarCar-
mJck. ro X. rnraidt Wwck. WIcMia. K.
FOR REN T Miscella iif.ous.
Undrr Ui haul 3r te-r Bn per .
Urder tnta bo4 per Um par r-
YOU WANT T BWtBOW A SHALL
J aavTi! of rsnor) ot; yuar pjaotn.
las ntarauw. bore. tattle. waiH.
aavrit of rsnor) ot; yuar atetxn. caaH. !
Bv-BOitf JF"4 If ! i. t. Ua
rtr a4 Xatn. b- will ioati fw in y
f W op on aattl r-arsty .
MOKEY "LOANED OIK JfORFJ. KV9Mr.
raw, pUJMM. hoWNodfrrft.r.tr. lantex
, pUM. txmnmnm frtrtt.r . r. Ww
aa. wrf.Jt-aACta-rr irfB
niiv and w tta.
OXEY T lXAN-HORT TTKK ttOHtlY AT
lat rata am Hon. rjMUk, -fwsmm. --
g-. m wtwt foiigUarac. ww
T;:anted rRmrias to. bt.
loat. awr ' lMfrMy f
tke krt rafie.. ta. L. It ' I. Jr , tt am-ty
WANTEDHouseJi and Room
CnaVr fail Imw4 3e par flaw par tUC
Tt7AjrrEf-KCe-rt wr gwiusnorv
AXTEDnrr AEJiTUCAy.A jiirKWEr r
f;irta4 moss aac. irmtr tkraar VK Ir-'i.
IXaKiM Mat Aiar-.rt Mif. .XAtttlt-fm.
FA RTNERS WA NTED.
X :mr uo heal 3e rr Bb " tar.
FOR SAL K Farm Frojwrty.
I'kK tkls 4 3r prr !!-.
FOR SALEr-CUy Reti Etalc.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN
Your Wants Supplied.
Under this head 2c per line ye day
"ITOR TRl15EVjLrSOME7cK KEST
L itence proierty Improve! Jt tnllrs aorta, xn
trade for hous of or roota lown. Will
glvegoodtradp. Ami we want a coort leortMt r w
furnished housi ot 12 rooms, cto-e in. wao will Uwnl
owners. House has all modem taapretMBcats, GC
L. Roae, Jr, & Co. 311 Sedgwick bieefc. 1H t
TTOR TRADE-FOR INSIDE "WICHITaT TROP
JL erty In north part of tay. mst W hmMc f rj:
road tracks. SSJ acre- farm axUhter Cbrwuv
Springs; all vcvil improved and feacevl; SObcariuir
fruit trees and never fUllne water in jvistnre. For
further pantealars rrtt to Wat. Sfeer, VtalieM.
jrt"tMlert.hl- h 2- i-Uiy grjair
To EXCHAXOKv-ttAiiToanwoRT7i o
boots and sho- to eirhaac or prapcttr In
Adams coiily. Quincy rof erty prelwrctL AiWre
tieo. W. WaJMHi. (jtttacy. UL 115 it
Undec this head Jc per lhM per day.
MJSCEL LANEO US.
Under tI hemt J- per Jime ter 4y.
I" Al)IE.vil TO MRS. M. ii MOIR, m .XAR
J ket l4- hair cutting. siMimp)e aarf nalr
tlrehic. Hair ttmxls la the- nfwwM stj Ice.
7 THHIKST PRICE PAID FOR SKl'ONO HANO
1 1. fwmHure ami dwcmac and ayl raa at mew
-torr.-SW East Duoclasitcrv? the Itwck Island rati.
DR. TXDCC-S lr.KRDR'AL PILLS, THR
great Fri'nch reniMt . art ittrrctb' an
4roal sytnn anat p-4Uvel) ran gayrot wi at ilx
j inettp. vtarrantrd t unm- lai w WatHxi.
' Tat4- atl'x OhwM am hp k-i tnt 'r iinniimM .
AHWvtraA nil ctaaauiy. ivjawv pr"iMu.rn, V--T.
la. ft. ei.uli3jHl nj l'u ' ivn-narr,
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rrtal!. R- nii i ..11 1 yr.
rpn kKK.KtT ainsbkatTi Jvi.s i . mumjv
L A twi-.uiry h4in lariKtlnsr i: .wt.i.irror.
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ca4. A rie-MMn htan-e. TittS fi-t gr..i-.i -,
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inun'j . .sli !.w.'Miiir.ing tl."trvi. V... !..'. . !.o-L
Oil Sunit fr $ ;- 4. lllf .' f
Ixll.iai IaihI ot -.mli. .m iHtrtteid ..,lv .',rii
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HU'k. lmn'i iwt.n .. 1 rl. i-. Now i lalifum
i lay tlw futrJatkm for a ft(ir rtjli it-- ii. WV (-
t. We n lis jou out at Rkanx-niil- . rtt'iitaoo.
I ..ntha the Rjr or rWUj . I ---i ir-. - ty u
bj Iwt vonr wants lib u. l-Mt Ki'. -Si l
NTth .Martt. nmm L Israrinwihliui: ii
1 EARN Tr'LEtRPHY AND ""-"i Th
j J-i agrnt 's tntatnex xt Wkatta I ntun TemunMit
col!xe. 'Jie lo'tUi-ae., Wl.tvtt, Kan. ! twe
I cltx'nlae rl f w Rtilmaa imum. tit 0
TKIIAA EFiUt AI.K IN KIVCRtntltf ADDI-
tlnn th imj Mirn. In IheriM IfanttK awl rli
rar; msn!rt'hmt .raBn-vecjenU: a rlMaci Vim UW
bv open ton. Osrar Z. Stttth ,t C. NnU
Under tUis head 3c per tin ier Air.
OTRAKI-nttM I. DEAN'S, TUMUbQlTAR.
r ler mW wthwet 01 U ialy. m jaatvwt marn
(Shaihlh,Mln yeartlns -((. hh. with
babl face. .vuyf Ktvlns lafurmatton tea .Way m rv.
covr will re.-twe rrwaft. AWrr C. U ' ,lwa 1 1 .
fit Slum st Wlthlt. Kau.
I OST--WLACK Pl.lsll blUiVLDKX CAPE,
1 i Imt near Robert 4 aok ' on CaotraU IMral n
want will W stven. ( all w addres td Oft atre.
I"nVr this ha4 por Ha yer Af.
lXiUND X GRAND ARMY DAY. IN STHKEP
i car a purkrt buoL. The Iumm can aWwla tt br
calling on I. ('. t oob-, on Nona ArkaaMMtavrt- ami
IHnniug property. HI
R.t ILliOAD TIMETABLES.
MI.-SOIKI 1'ACirMJ II. X.
Fort "NMn't " Kan'i s I "liy. t.
Loot, and mmwr ex
Fort Sf-ott. Kanaa CKjr, !.
I.mih mhI fti4MH ex
ConHar fin-Inn"-. Aataoay
and KIowh ft. ... ...
Conwav Sprlmw, Antaouyj
ami Kin wo. !
llul hlnxm. Merllttg aorf
I ii'Ih'swi lmn-HiaeT.. I
Hnl'h., KanapoUa. Pnnbto
and Denter ex
All train mn daily.
DtxK S4hhmI aikl WlhltatreHf: iMet offlcaUJ
Nortk Mala street. E. E. JlLMKLST.
Vftnsrr and TleVtt An
.NKW TIMB TAMI CHIfACO. nIC MULXD A
rGrt Rock Island Route.")
In tSxt on aud after Febrnary 1, VOX.
1.0IMI HTII ..N"I KA"T.
N. 1 Colorado Sarln,
Denver and PaeWc CoaM
70 A It
No. :Kua1tr. M-
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Mall aixl e. dMjr
No. 4 Kariaa ky. !.
and CMk-atfo Bleat -'
N. B Arrmuita4Mln.
daily except uoda) ..
lli MWTM. '
No :Kiuh 1t. IamI'
an:l htrHiav ei. 4a4ly
No. I Kanaaa City, St. lw.
and ChtriNFO tfcnmgn ata-l
ami rt. daily
No. ! AfHimimn4attoo, 4atlyi
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I4am 700A VI
J 30 r
K.Want rerllnlwr rhttlr ran mm all trato. al
Ihtltman Urpr from Wlekba te Kaaaaa CMr awl
Chfeaco wtthoot Hnae on wfartu tn4mt. Tfcfceti
mbt and immvmu rfcectvd tMawzIl t nllMton
north. Mwitb, Mtat MtM weat. anti inmiiaaatii Hrfc
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tlty Union TVket iir 13 Mb Mai iMat,n4
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Istnii. ti Frmnrimo nOmy w1IIjmU
ik-kHt to .. Iiwi at HI 19 oe .
Frw rrrtiniAK rhmir run in mutrmmtf atfl
Btitbt trnloa. and i'nUwtMi ricwlaK ent in
hiAh to'ralan aA tdthl mm. tfmxb
without ciMuitte. W tf
Nrw Paanamn Car o th .Vant F KoU IV.
iwMia WVMb tat M. Jowph.
Th Atchison. Tof Smtt F mil
road mn bow ratuun- in ihmt uiKlrt itmin
WTin WkhiUi t 3i p ml urr eiNabi
astiVin I'raltmtut Tnx mft imtr our,
Wichita to ? Jimpb. tfarowli Tpfca
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t i . m.t Atr hiK at . . at mm &
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thr- ! !srt bavj'.g; 'h mrmamymw!
mm Wkfenn M J M' ns-or.
2S tf i-tia-r Ast TTrJu A&ml-
$B to $3 Per Day.
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