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tit WAthilK gaxlaj cc$tet WitSints&KVi tmmingf Qpxxl 167 1890.
Eoceipts of live stock at the Union Stock
Yards for 24 hours-673 cattlo, 1213
hogs. Among the cattle receipts "were
340 Arizona Bteers -which went into
the country to be fed. 803 head of
butchers and shipping cattle went over
the scale, which makes the largest
day's business ever transacted in the
yards. There was an active demand
of good to choice stuff and prices ruled
steady to strong. Poorer grades not
wanted and market slow. The hog re
ceipts were not up to expectations as
to numbers. Quality averaged good.
Market opened easy at about yester
day's prices but later broke 2 1-2 to 5
cents on advice from Kansas City, re
porting the market a strong nickle
W10HITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
WicniTA. Kan- April 15.
Receipts "; shipments 93. Tho receipts tverp lib
cral. There were 340 head of small, thin Arizona
Fteers which went into the country to be fed. There
wero some Rood butcher's rows, heifers and steers
also some cood butcher's steers on sale. The buy
ers wero on hand early and the competition was
stronc. Nearly everythlnz offered was sold and
wont over tho scale at kox1 strong prices for the
quality. Good to clioico cattle are tellers and brine
tho top of tho market. Poorer erodes slow anil
weak. Chicago and Kansas City report market
Fttady. The feelinc on the market is steady to
Xatlvo shipping steers, fancy. HOIXglGjO
l,s fZFf) "U i3
Good to extra 13001 WO . ---. 3 JO &i 00
Good to extra native butcher steers, 11(XVS
12m llxs 3 20 (MM
Good llutchcrs -teers, KX.V81K0 2J P 40
Native feeding steers .,'A fi
Nctive stockers - Ji
Choice cows and heifers - JJ
Fnir to cood cows and heifers - l W
Hulls and stags - '.' ?
tanners " & 90
Poorer grades and scailawazs l u to
Following: nro tho representative sales of cattle at
tho stock yards today:
Feeding steer ...
Cows and heifers
Cow .. ...
Cows and heifers
Cows and heifers
Cows and heifers...
Cows and hclfors
.. (S3 2 35
... Vri) 2 25
.. a 2 25
.. 3 2 25
... UI 2 10
..: OH 1 00
..1520 2 15
...1170 2 (XJ
Receipts 1213. Tho receipts wero not up to cxpec
iations. Tim market opened early at yesterday s
trices. loiter ndvico from Kansas City not ed a de
cline of a nickle from yesterday's closing prices,
and on receipt of such advice prices declined on
this market 2W to Scents. Chicago market was
steady with 2tJiX)on sale. Kansas City lincl 10000
which accounts for tho break of 5 cents. The mar
ket closed steady at the decline,
The following are the representative salo3 of hogs
Bt the yards todav:
No. Dock. AvntAnE. PntcE
17 .... iri ft5
20 .... 15.1 "
? .... l'"5 ""
;a .... em 405
CS .... 238 405
W, SHI 405
fl .... 272 403
f.7 .... 3 405
72 .... Ml 4 024
W 320 2JSI 4(!
S3 ..- 2tT. 4U2!
17 40 CO) 4ir2W
75 0 2ft I 4 02W
72 0 "1 4!H
45 .... 224 4U1
."SI 40 251 4 0)
no 40 an 4(io
TA 40 W 4 tl
13 .... 251 4P)
SS 1C0 4()
;;t .... 2J2 4(0
4.; ... " 2IK 4(M
S9 80 21 4
K) 180 251 4 00
10 111 3Jj
No sheep offered today. Prices unchansed-
Goo.1 mutton rtieep. avir1 J?'??,
(.onj stock, wethers, 75w So oOJiWSO
Oood to estra. lambs 410ilty
Wlclilta Horse and Mule ?Iarkct.
Wichita. Kan April 15.
The market rules onict. Receipts are light. Thero
Js a call for good driving horses and streoters.
Fxtra draft horsos ?12i 03150 no
f.ocxldraft horse- v... l'MJSH5(0
xtra mares ,li,,SlJl1- 5!
inxi mares ,?J(SnrtJ
Kxtra drivers l.Wm22. 0
O00.I drivers 1POOX12.01
K-.tra stroeters rf110U0
Oorxl streeters 75ftKt !X)(W
Orecon sr.OOi M(W
Meles, 14 hands C.".fK 7500
Junes, liiiami? IS?.v."'J
Mules: lMs hands !O0llrI&ftJ
Mule, hoavj- Wm4 hands ilV.W
Another hi?: Tuesday at tho Wichita
I'nion Stock Yards.
George Prinley shipped tAventy-one
horses and mules to Kearney, Neb., today.
Mr. Smith, of tho Wellington IMule
S ndicate, is on tho market looking for
George Ilousor, Marion, marketed a car
I'orty-tvro cars of catt lo and hogs on the
A. T. Itathir, Spivey, had liogs ou tho
W. G. Arnett, Anthony, vtns on the
market with two cars of hogs.
,T. II. Sparks, Conway Springs, marketed
a car of hogs.
Mr. Cain, of White & Cain, Frecport,
camo in with a car of hogs.
M. M. Munger, Harper, sent in a air of
cattle and hogs.
Gibbons Bros., Coats, had a car of cattlo
and hoes on the market.
P. .T. Quigley. Harper, came in with fonr
cars of cattle and hogs.
T. 13. Roby, Isabel, was on the market
for the first time with a ear of hogs. He
was much pleased with the market- He
wiys there arc a great many young hogs
beiuj: fed in that part of the country.
O. P. Hawkins enrae in from Nashville
with a car of mixed stock.
George Friend, Cicero, was on the mar
ket with cattle and hogs.
Kobbins & Wikofr, Bushton, had hogs
on the market.
G. Koch, Cheney, markotod a car of
Ed Rittcnour, of Rittenour & Lakin,
Cunningham, came in with a car of hogs.
M. C. Couch, AJidale, mnrkoted hogs.
J. M. Royse, Mt. Hope, had one car of
cattle and one car of hogs at the yards.
Mr. Crawford, of Crawford & Masters,
Garden Plaine, was on the market with a
car of hogs.
Falkeuberg Bros., Caldwell, marketed
A. S. Wood, Greensburg, came in with a
car of hogs and was much pleased with the
Specrs, of Sneers & McLaughlin
Conway Springs, came in with two cars of
John noover, Douglas, marketed a car
of hogs. This is Mr. H.'s first shipment
and he was well pleased.
G. H. Day had 3T0 head of Arizona cattle
at the yards which went into the country
Sir. Reeser, city, marketed 18 head of
Sir. Ward Tucker, the Colorado buyer,
will ship two cars of cattle and hogs to
Leadville, Col., and two cars to Aspen to
morrow. The boys have to get around
early and bid up strong to get the stuff
Ike Dean, Gladys, marketed hogs.
W. G. Arnett had the heaviest draft of
hozs that ever went over the stock yards
scale. Seventy-two head weighed 23,750 1
LIVE ST00K MAEKET.
KAXSAS Crrv, Mo., April 15. CATTLE Receipts
G100: t.hipments2400. Market slow but steady. Steers!
M 40'St SO. cows $1 753 40; stockers and feeders.
$4 C0&3 50. HOGS Receipts 10000; shipments none;
Market .VTJo lower. All grades $t 00&4 15; bulk
$4 7i?l 10. SHE?:P Ileoeipts 1000. shipments!
1100. Market stcadv. Good to choice lambs and.
muttons fJ 155 00; ttockers and feeders U tt)34 10.
St. Louis. Mo.. April 15. CATTLE Receipt.
1700. shipments 100. Market firm. Natives $.1 40
3S0. stockers and feeders t!i))93W. Texans.
and Indians 12 4033 H). HOGS Receipts fttOO,
shipments lO0. Market weak: fair to choice
heavv, ?4 2044 25; packing $4 1534 25. SHEEP
Receipts 303. shipments none. Market steady. Fair to
choice i 0035 0).
CniCAGO. 111.. AprillS. The Drover's Journal re
port": CATTLE Receipts 4500. shipments 3tt)J.
Stead v to stronir Reeves f 1 Wat P0. steers 3 3034 50,
stockers and feelers 2 40?,3 60. cows, bulls antt
mized $1 4!a3 SO; Texas corn fed fitters $2 HVS3 SO.
HOGS Receipts 20Q. shipments 1000. Market
slow, lower. Mixed Rnd light $i 154 40. heavy
$4 L54 47& skips. $.i f4 00. SHEK1' Receipts
tW). shipments 1000. .Market steady. Natives ?." .7)
(qf 25, western cornfed ?5 10&5 bO, Teians H 002i
5 CO, lambs io 2o&0 00.
TVIchlta Provision Markct.
Wichita. Kan.. April 15.
There has been a frood business done in packing
house products. Prices rnle steady to strong.
SUGAR CURED MEATS-Canvass or plain hams
201landup!mif, hams 1520 lbs livfc. hams ray
llum and tip 10J11 jfc, liams small size lftal2 li5 11
ai2Uc, California picnic hams 7c. breakfast bacon
(full width or strips) &tW$c. dried leef-ham (xtra
drv Pc, smoked beef tomiues per doz. 51 00. coitatro
or bonelcs hams SWc.New York shoulders Cta.c Cali
fornia bacon GUc. Teunesee bacon 5ic rolled shoul
Cers bonelcs 7c, ,
SIDE MEATS-Short clear sides packed fdry salt)
." 0in 00 per 100 lbs clear flitches Cc. I'.nsUsh Jel
lies ( loutr clear sides ?o 4a(5 73, shotilders iWyic
clear backs to 40.45 75 per UXJ lbs.lonfr cleJir Uu:oti
?G 10i6 25 cwt, short clear bacon ?5 ,; ft). cl;ar
liacon backs $5 lOigS 75, bacon llitches C 106( o.
bacon shoulders 5V. . m
SAUSAGE Fresh port: sausage No 1 5HaCc f nish
pork sau.axo (extras) (J, Vienna and and IraiJc-
clal 0c, pure leaf 0?ic Whittaker's Star C-Jic W'hitco
ker' oastry tyic
FRESH MEATS REEF PIdcs of whole caraiss
(UWoU-c. Iiind quarters &i5?.ic. fore quarters 2'(!.3)c
loins -r43c. PORK Pork loins 55c, tender loins iTc,
spnre ribs 5c, back bones 2c.
PREPARED PICKLED GOODS-Pic' feet put In
halves and spiced. Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 o), kitts, .
lla. R5c. Pickled and spiced pljf's tonpie Kitts. U
lb. J175. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 SO, kitts. 26 lb. G5c
Wichita "Wholosalo Fruit Market.
Wichita. Kan.. April 15.
Tho demand has been very cood today from both,
city and country dealers. Prices are looking up a
little and may advance soon.
ORANGES Mexican $3 00JA3 75 per box. baskets
?.". 75v4 00, crates $3 SO-I 75. California Washington
navais f." GO.5 .15 per box. California Riverside '3 50
en?, 75 per box. MebSlna f;l ai3 75 per box. Imperial
$4 ,V) nor box.
LEMON'S Messina per box, U 50ft.00.
APPLES tl 401 50 per bushel, St 25rt5 50pr bbl.
BANANAS H 50 52 50 per bunch, fane f 3 00 per
FIGS Layers 15lSc per lb, M oval boxe3 J3U)
3 75 per 1(10.
DATES-Pcrs!anfi01bboxes.Sk&0c per lb. Fard
12(1 11 boxes. 12JJc per lb.
HONEY California, 1 lb frame3, 17lSc per lb.
Wlclilta Grain Market.
Wichita. Kan.. April 15.
Receipts show some improvement over the past
few rtavs. Prices rulo strong. Receipts ltf,2o0
bushels corn; 2UUU oats.
GRAIN Car lots on trade:
WHEAT Good mllHnt;ft3.G2c, while othor grade.')
are i"ioted at 55c and down.
CORN No. 3 or better. 20c whlto21c
RYE No. 2 22(5t2(c, No.320S22c.
HA Y $1 50 per ton, ?4 00 in car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop in car lots 40c per 100 lbs
Wichita Produce Market.
Wichita, Kan., April 15.
EcKsarn In active demand at about 10 cents'
Choice butter I'n demand and scarce. "Very few
rablMige on the market. Potatoes plenty and prices
POTATOE Kansas 45c per bu. northern SMGOc.
CAUBAGES New California V-'5(XeiO0 per 100
ONIONS Kansas. 1 251 50 per bu.
EGGS 10c p-r doz.
BUTTER Fancy creamery 25c, choice creamery
22c. choictt but tor lJcilfic, fair 12c, cookint; butter Sc.
CHEESE Eastern full cream 13c, half crenui lif
12c, !-ki'ii Wt'.c. llinburj;or lotelOc, brick 1516c, full
cream Swiss 15<'ic.
CHICKENS Dressed CJ3o per lb. live 2753
3 00 per doz.
TURKEYS Live G7c per lb. dressed OigUc
Wichita Flour Market.
AViciiita. Kan., April
Nothing new in thf flour market. Demand
Best patent, per cwt (standard price)....
.. 1 SO
. 1 70
. 1 40
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita, Kan.. April 15.
Nothing new io note. Prices steady at quotations.
SOLE LEATHER-SlauKhtcr)27i29e. B. A. 2527c
pood damace il&SHe. .
HARNESS Acorn oak. 1c, No. 1 oak 32c, L. H.
30o. Union 2r Hemlock 2"c
CALF Domestic fi5l (), French ?1 00(91 .V).
CUT HALF SOLES Extra Heavy 3 50, heavy
U 00. medium f 2 50. liaht $1 25dl 75.
AYlchlta Hide and Tallow Market.
Wichita. Kan., April 15.
No change today.
II IDES No 1 green 2Hc per lb. No 2 green 2Kc per
lb. No 1 green -alt 3Vc. No 2 green salt 2f c, dry hldos
48-Oc )er lb, bulls and i-tugs 114c.
TALLOW No 1 .VHc Pel lb. No22J
SHEEP PELTS UK.5c each.
Wichita Wool Market.
Wichita, Kan. April 15.
Bright condition Bright medium 14c. heavy me
dium 12teC, light fine 13r, heavy tine lie.
Earthv conditions Medium 12c, fineSSllOc. coarse
ir313c, Mexican select grades HtilJc, coarse and
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money.
New Yokic. April 15.
Monev on call easy. 45 per cent, last loan 4,
cleedotTered at 4 per cent
Prime mercantile jmper 57.
Sterling avchange quiet. bHrely steady at $1 0 for
CO day bills and H & for demand.
srrl-s tndiiv werv steady and lirm.
Tho total siate of stocks today were 190,034 shares.
4 coupons 122J4
4Ws coupons 11G
Paciilc As of IK
Chicago A- Alton 131
Chicago. Burlington & Qulncy. 10SK
Ijilce Shore 107
Missouri Pelflc. riH
New York Contral 107
Rock Islam! ""
Union Pacific K'1
Western Union 1
Kansas City Prodnce.
Kansas Crrr. Mo., April 15.
Tho Dallr Indicator reports:
FLOUR-SlrOBg. XX. &' XXX. 75; family, ;
cho.i-e, f I k tancy, f 1 45; extra fancy, ?1 6jS1 00;
paU-nt. f 1 SW1 S5.
WHEAT-Market strong. Wheat strons and
higher. No 5 red. 79c: No. 2 hard cash. 72c
CORN Market weak. No. 2, 2sc
OATS Weak. No.2.2Sc
RYE-No 2 cash 3Sc bid. . ,
LF.AD Quiet but s?dv. De5il'erlied reined
S S-. soft Missouri $1 KH-
CORN CHOP a.
BRAN Firm. 47V-
11 A Y Steady. $6 507 00 for strictly fancy prairie,
FLAXSEED Jl 25.
BUTTER-Unchancel. Weak. U21.
CIU0ESE-Stea4ly.Full croamtwlt 103U, Yonng
American MVHc, good to choice StfHte.
KlHSS Firm and active at 4c
Li YE POULTRY Firm. Choice hens W 00, mix
ed hens And roosters $3 0DS3 50, small fat chickens
55 01 50.
HAMS J9 25.
BRE.VKFAST BACON tSc
DRIED BEEF 7V-
DRIED SALT MEATS-Short ribs ta 75, long clear
J5 .r. shoulders f 4 25, vhorl clear JA 7.
SMOKED MEATS Loss; clear J500, saooMers U 25
short clear sides ft 25.
New York Prodnce.
New Yors. April IS.
CORN-AcUvc, k?tc down. NoVMUMc.
OATS Wekr. No 2 w fciie 3aj.'vVs.
COFFEE Sl 44.750 bass. Si Rte dttlL lower.
h1! t 1?. f A't-r- 11- ,M-J.A...-
adard A. ft confeetiotMTS, Se; povdered. ?c;
gnuial&Ved. ftsr; cub- Skc
BOGS Firm. l2VjlHc.
HUTT EK-FTrm. WegMscn dairy, 4tfc; crcaaierr.
'CHEESE-Steady. Western. SWSW&c
M. C. CAMPBELL.
Chicaso Grain and Produce.
Chicago, 11L, April 15. Trading in
wheat today was not quite so active but
a good volume of business was transacted.
It was the lull that follows a storm which
gave operators an opportunity of evening
up. There was a great deal of realizing
and some new short lines put out. The
feeling was at times quite panicky and
only the prompt action of a prominent
local trader who has been identified with
the long side was the declined checked.
Tho feeling throughout was unsettled,
nervous and prices irregular. Closing
prices were 23c below yesterday.
Corn received considerable attention, the
market ruling fairly active the greater
part of the session. The feeling developed
was weak and transactions were at lower
prices and closed KKc lower than yes
terday. Oats were quiefc and easy
A fairly active trade was reported in
mess pork. Prices were irregular and the
A moderate trade wns reported in lard,
but the feeling was vnsettled and prices
Rather a good trade was reported in
short ribs and the feeling was unsettled.
O S 'f Q
articles. S 2 g
April SS$ SSM S5U R5
May SSJ 10 S6 87
July'.V.'lT.'.V.V.V'.V: 80jj S7M 85 85tf
April S2,U 32J4 31?f FIT
May V3 33 32 82
July 31 34 33M SSJs
May 2.W 21 2SVJ VM,
June 23J 2:iJi 23JJ 23H
July Zv& 24 23s 23)s
May..... 12 50 13 00 12 10 13 00
Jiino,. 12 00 13 12M 12 15 13 12M
July.., 12 70 13 25 12 30 13 25
May C40 G42J.C G35 fi 42
Jlin (U-iy, U 45 0 40 0 45
JuVy C52& C52Jj G 45 G 50
Sh jrt Ribs
'jlay 5,7) 5K 5 45 5 55
June 5 GO 5 GO 5 52 5 GO
Julv 5 G7J4 5G7Jj 5 65 5 G5
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Strong and higher. Spring patonis. soft
to hard, ?4 50ai5 25; western patents, $1 50l 75;
baker.V. ?.". 2.'ya3 CO.
VUEAT No. 2 spring. SOSSGc; No 2 red 663
FLAXSEED-J1 191 4S.
SHORT RHJS-Sldes?5 503 60.
SHOULDERS-Dry salted, f4 UVZt 00.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES 5 b.&5 'JO.
WHISKY 1 02.
SUGARS-Cut, loaf-7S7c; granulated, C5c,
standard A Cc.
AUTICLES. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat 22.0(1) 14.000
Corn llClli) SsO.OOi)
oats lay.ouo i'.,ooo
BUTTER Weak. Fancy Elgin creamery, l.T&JlSc
finest western, l&317c; tine, 15u.lGc; finest dairy, lt&
15c; fine, 11(313.
EGGS Strictly fresh northern uncandled 10ic.
St. I.ouls Prod nee.
St Louis, Mo., April 15.
FLOUR Eapr. Choice. $2 75-32 00. XX, $2 203 30;
family $2 40a2 50; fancy, J3 503 GO; extra fancy
eS'JOwt 10. patents $4 30l 45.
WHEAT Lower. May 22!fGS5c lower. No. 2
rod r.Tdi.ftk;; May8.H bid; Julv, S2M bid.
CORN Lower. No. 2 mixed cash. ZSCfZWy&c;
May, 'Jay&. July, SO-Kc asked; August, 31 asked.
OATS Lower, fairly active. No. 2 cash, 24ic bid;
May. 23J;23?fc; July 235iic asked.
RYE No. 2. 43Hc.
BARLEY Firmly, but no s.iles reported. No. 2
choice and fancy quotable at G3ta.;5c.
Notice is hereby given that wo will not
be responsible for anything contracted for
by E. P. Morgan, formerly connected with
this firm. dl29-lt
SOUTHWESERN NEWSPAPER CO.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
THS. C. WH.SON. J03. A. BllUnACUER.
JJrILSOX 0 BRURACHER,
AWorneyfi.it Jaw. 251 North Main street, Wichita
.Kansas. TelepboneNo.il. dlOH-tf
W. P. CAMl'BELL. Jas. L. D veh.
Attorneys at Law, Wicitfta, Kan. 105tf
H. C. Si.dss. W. E. Stanley.
SL USS rP STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris l Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
J. R. Hallowell.
Late U. S. Attorney.
J. E. HUME.
HALLOW ELjO : HUME.
Lawyers. 142 N. Main Street. Wir-hita. Kansas.
P. II. ROHRBAL'GH,
Attorney at Lat. Attorney for Western Collec
tion Iiurt-uu. Roams 17 and IS, No. 154 N. Market
sttent, Wichita, Kansas.
I-awyer. Rooms 2, 4 and 0 203 N. Main sU Wichita,
Jo n.v W.Adams. G. W. c. Jones. G. W. Adams.
ADAMS, JONES 0 ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway cast of the
WichltjO.atlonal Bank. 116-tf
W. H. Bridenhaugh. W. H. Raucu.
RRIDEXBAUGH X- RAUCH,
Attorneys at Law.
glooms 5 and 7 at 205 North Main Street. o63
J, R. Shields. J. F. Conlt.
SHIELDS 0 COXLY.
Lawyers. Office over 201 North Main Street. 115if
E. E. HAMILTOX, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eye. Ear. Nose -and Throw.
Catarrh and fitting glaes
Office 127 N. Market strett,
Israel & Myers block.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON,
ornrr: t kesidence:
S31 Ean Douglas Are. 1 1213 North Market Street,.
Professional Ciils Attended Promptly. KKf
E. Y. cfi L. S. MUX SELL, M. D's.
F ve. Ear. Nose. Threat sn2
Catarrh Rooms 11. 13 and
IS No. Su5 Nortn Mats itrezt.
Residence. 1200 Socth Ea
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Fssiale tnd children's dirases"a predal. Home
for Levies during connnecient. Mrtetly prtrai
wheQ so desired. Letters of lnqnlry conadeiitial
nd anrwered ItcmedlJitely en receipt or uns.
Hoae. Til Sonth Ida tn. Wichita. Kaa. lia-X
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
OSce hocrs ? to If) a. - 1 to 4 p. in. Sciy. S i
fcSO. Roara 17. Fecnheimer BuUolns.
The Photosrraaher. Ptawres la ll 'lies xsd styles
He also carries the Soet asetMa at tteum
frames tn the eity. Give his. & frititar can asd
examine samsi ti.
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas.
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank; Kansas NatT Bani.
R. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by "Wire Free on Application.
LlYE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MERCHANTS.
BEAL ESTATE AGJBNT6
F. W. BEISSXEIt,
774a REAL-ESTATE AGENT.
Galveston, ... Texas.
Dli. I. C. WILSOlf.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. Offlse
118 Eit Douglas avenue over Paul Jones & Co.'s
drug store, Wichita, Kansas. 151-tf
IH. JS. IT. CREDITOR.
Dentist. Ofiloe 144 N. Main over Smith & Storer's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence G26 N. To
peka avenuo, Wichita, Kansas. si-tf.
D. W. SMITH.
Dentist. Room 40G Sedswlck bulldlns, WlchttJL,
Full sets of teeth Jo, fS and J10;
Gold Fillings Jland np; Silver 75c;
Extracting with coacaine 50c. Wo
BOYD'S DENTAL ROOMS,
DK. T. F. BOVTi. DR. J. A. IIOLLENBERr.EIt.
U3 East Douglas A enne. 109
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent. Rooms 13 and IT
Bluing block, Wichita. Kansas
W. R. McRSERSON,
Architect. Room 13, No. 200 North Main Street,
Wichita. Kansas. 117-tf
W. T. PHOCT?OOT. O. Vf. BIRD.
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Fech
j. m. rnu.i.irs. s. e. rniLi.iP3.
PHILLIPS J) PHILLIPS,
Graduates of tho Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo are prepared to do all kinds of veterinarr
work, including canine practice, dentistry and r.fl
surgical operations. Hospital accommodation? for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receivo prompt atten
tion by day or night. We use an operating table
instead of throwing horses.
Office, U4 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
No. 71. 129-tf
A. J. APPLEGATE.
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public,
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land in Sedgwick county. Room 216 Sedg
wick block. Can be found during business hours at
county building. lfttt
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Hoard nnd tuition, per annum, $150. A ddro
Sister Superior, Sisters of Charity, B. V. M. 105-t
"Frisco Lino" to Sc. Louis and tho Eist.
Tho best, quickest and most direct lino
from Wichita to St. Lonis and all princi
pal eastern, southeastern and northern
The Frisco line runs two daily express
trains from Wichita to St. Louis without
change, equipped with Pullman palace
sleepers and free reclining chair cars. Xo
other line does it. Close connections in St.
Louis union depot with solid vestibule ex
press trains, without change, to Chicago,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pitts
burg, Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
The popularity of this line being uni
versally acknowledged by all competitors,
all passenger trains of other railway lines
entering Wichita from the north, south
and west arrive in time to connect with
the Frisco line fast express trains to tho
If you cannot purchase through tickets
reading via Frisco line from your starting
point, it will pay you to purchase to Wich
ita in order to secure the advantages and
comforts of this line.
For further information regarding rates,
time, connections and through reservation
of sleeping car accommodations call upon
or address W. D. Murdock. ticket agent,
122 North Main street, orDouglas avenue
uniou depot. D. Wishap.t,
Gen. Pass. Agent,
d5G-tf St. Louis, Mo
Spring Excursions via the .Santa Fc 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 Alexico, New
Mexico and Texas; also Aiken. S. C, Au
gusta. Ga., Birmingham, Ala., Brunswick,
Ga., Callahan, Fla., Mobile, Ala., New Or
leans, La., Savannah, Ga., Thomasville,
Ga.: limited to return not later than June
1, 1SW. Transit limit to points in New
Mexico, Old Mexico and Texas will be four
days each way; to other points named
above, transit limit will be lour days each
1'ickets 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, N. M.; Ocden and
Salt Lake City, Ltah, Idaho and Montana,
good for ninety days; transit limit four
days each way. Stop over privileges al
lowed on all tourist tickets within transit
Full information chcerfullv given rela
tive to routes and rates. Side-trip rates
and other special rates to points on the A.,
T. & S. F. R. K. quoted on application.
Sleeping car accommodations secured and
bagcaged checked to destination. Call on
or address W. D. Murdock, agent, 122 N.
Main street and Union depot.
Geo. T. Nicholson,
G. P. & T. A., A- T. & S. F. R. H.
25-tf Topeka, Kansas.
Keep This for Future Reference.
The Fort. Scott, Wichita & Western rail
way "Missouri Pacific Route" is the only
line runninc solid trains through from
Wichita .o "Kansas City and St. Louis.
Leaving Wichita at 9:1 j p. m. you arrive at
Kansas city next morning at 7 o'clock.
Pullman palace sleeping and free reclin
ing chair cars throueh to Kansas City and
St. Louis without chanire. Remember if
you co via the Fort Scott Route you are
not dependent on main line connections at
Junction Point, but you go right through
on solid trains. This is the onlv route
whose main lino runs through Wichita.
All trains are made up hero and run
through solid to Kansas City to St. Lonis.
It is the shortest line by forty-fight miles
and two hours the quickest. Two trains
dailv to St. Louis and all points e4si.
Ticket office 137 North Main street. Depot
comer Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Blbcklet.
Passenger and Ticket Agent, 1ST North
Main street, Wichita, Kan.
H. C. TOWKSET D.
G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
NewlnllminCaron the Santa Fe Rente Be
tneen Wkthlt and St. Jovsph.
The Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe rail
road are now running in their night train
kving Wichita at S:T0 p. m. a new oosibi
natton Pullman skeping and chair w
Wichita to St. Johp. through Topelr
and Atchison. This car arriv?, af Topeka
at 13a a. m. Atchion at & 40 a. m. ami Sc
Joseph 7 o'clock a. m. TJ Sata F is
the only line feaviae this arauiswooct
from Wichita. W. D. Mcrdock.
S3ti, Passenger aad T5ck&: Astau
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
Tin followln crates nailer the different headless
(vill be cnorsea.
53sT"Payable Strictly in Advance.
No advertisements toien for less than 10 ceste.
Ono line advertisements charged eame rate as two
NO ADVERTISEMENTS TAKEN "TO F.UN; UN
Prices Klren uniler claeslfiort beads la tills column
applicable only to local advertisements. No farolcu
advertisements Mfcen at prices trlvea.
Answers to adreJrtlsements sent In care of the
Eaole oQce ihonld he called lor within 10 day
after insertion. When advertisers wish replra for
warded to them stampud envelopes tntst be sent.
Reference to forror adveniaements shoald give
description and date of insertion or copy of the ad
vertisement should be sent.
Not responsible for advertisements irfven or dis
continued by telephone.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
"WANTED GIKIi FOR SMALL FAMILY.
V Must be cood cook. Call Prof. OrlCln, S. W.
Bus. college, 10 a. m. 12S 4
l7 ANTED-A COMPETENT OIUL TO PO
it general housework in a small family. Apply
to Mrs. It. T. Savin. 121 X. Topeka ave. 12stf
WANTED A GOODGIULTO DO GENEKAL
housework. Inquire at 1S5 X. Water. Mrs.
M. A. McKenzie. 1?: 3
WANTED y SECOND GIRL; SMALL FAM
lly and good wages. Apply at 1031 N. Law
renco ave. 127 6
T7"ANTED A GOOD COOK IN A SMALL FAM
li ily where second ffirl is Kept. Wajje high.
For particulars apply at 110 N. Murket st. 127 6'
TirANTED A" GOODGIRLFOR GENERAL
i houseworlt. Nona other need applv. 112S
N. Topeka. 12C 6t
WANTED-ATONCEA GOOD GIRL TO DO
general housework; in a. small faiullv. In
quire 4G3 W, Fourteenth st. lii C
TTANTED - TWO EXPERIENCED BASQUE
7T makers can Ilnd permanent work br apply
ing to Madamo Liggett, with Munaon ii McN'aniaro.
WANTED-EXPERIENCED WAIST HANDS
at once. L. E. Ilrockoa, Fletcher block, room
No. 15. 12o C
Under this head lc per line per day.
"ITrANTED-POSITlON BY A YOUNG LADY
stenographer and typewriter; can also as-Ut
in bookkeeping. Address Miss M., 12J3 North Em
poria avenue, Wichita, Kan. 123 6
Miscella neo us.
"WANTED-S1TUATION AS BOOKKEEPER OR
V to do office work of any kind, lliivo had
three years experience in this city. Best of refer
ence given. Address "L," caro ot Bitting Bros.
Under this Head 2c per line per day.
M" ISS" K.a! "NORTH. OF BOSTON. I lASOl'ENED
n dressmaking room at (,'. Douglas avenue,
room No. 1. Guarantee n perfect fit. and work dona
in liest manner. Will give you tho latest styles of
New York and Boston. U107 25t
WANTED MALE HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
WANTED-A GOOD FIRST-CLASS WHITS
barber. Address Jnniea II. Mason, Welling
ton, Kau. 125 u
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
"WANTED A COMPETENT BOOK-KEEPER
i i ana stenograpuer. Aouress, a, aj. r-H?i 01-
flce, Wichita, Kau.
"WANTED AN OFFICE CLERK WHO HAS A
? thorough buf-inets education, grailiiale of :i
first-class bu.--lnes6 college preferred. Addiesa A. 11.
general deliver-, Wichita, Kan. 127 12t
TTrANTED-FIVE GOOD, STRONG BOYS AT
V the btewart Iron Works. 12a I
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Miscealla n coius.
Under this head lc per line per day.
"WAITED A SITUATION BY AN EXPERI
t enced shoo clerk. Can give be of rcferices,
rpt-ak Ixnh German and Englisn. Call or addre B.
fcchneider. 916 N. Fifth avenue. laS 6
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
T ANTED - POSITION BY FIRST CLASS
V dairyman and butter maker. Address "Esitte"
office. 12& 2
"WANTED A PLACE TO WORK FOR BOARD
1 1 while attending school. Call at oOco of Soota
western Business ColleKe. "tf
"TTrANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN ATTENDING
TT business college a Mtiuttlon in a f&rnUv to
care for hor.-es and work for board when aot in col
lege. Address bam, room 8, over 522 E. Dou&bM.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
Under this head 3c per line per day.
ANTED-A GOOD CAN'VAhSKK TO HANDLE
the bmtiu:iiniF book In this COontTT for Me
pat. Call during forenoon at room 66 Zlmawijr
W.VNTED AGENTS IX EVERY CITY AND
village In the CattM btate except lo Mt
of Kaagftfri to H to lawyer JoH U book ?ry
lawyer nd; endorsed by lawyers cjn'bre:
wilsatsiiAt; no delay neeJ7. a.i bok co be
delivered when !J is nuuie. ApplK-AU a b
able to furnish refTenee when rjaJrel. Pwii omr
Ucnlarsfre. Address tie WjcWfci Eirl. IMcbita,
WANTED AGENTS IN EXERY CTTT. TOWX
and Tillac" m the Uniti stam (except la
rtate of K&bas to take gobrripUoo. Po-Amhttr
can uiaie BiotieT- No capital jxjntred. hamt
copies free. Cah comnu-oi; mottry caa bem6
by gettlne ap clcba. AiSdrea Ut "VMehlti fcazto.
WANTED Horses and Vehicles.
Uader this head 3c per Hae jr day-
XT' ANTED TWO GENTLEMEN BOARDERS
at prtraxe bo In central part f ctty. forth
of Doari TBW5, haixlr to Krre car Itoa. Rwf er
eock. Call ai Nol HI Nona Waco. X
BU SIX ESS CHAXCES.
TTiOR SALE DRIO STORE rF YOU WA5T
JD oo"l Irtor irS w""" mWxax aV
f BOO, delly 125 Ta: U a Mp. AMfH
oar Dross, care zspe aarr, a r
WA XTED MISCELLA XEO US
WAXTED MO POrXDfc NEW OK OLD TXA.TH
ercatoere. Kaas rt &d Ga-jaXb-mun
canter Seoottd H. aad Mw ayt. 9 at
W ANTED BARBER? TO KNOW THAT THE
l wl tor4t a4 me tpuin- Wtrfe- stay la
ta ettr o We.-itnc". yremat 4rtac a ttmm imt
um, trill Ik rcatMt aad far mat Xh L Analr -
AXTED-TO Bt i" A SlflCOJfD XA3TD TOP
bac9 2 E-DSa.
i At"AXTED-T TSUUOt; A MML4D Ot.D
. watcfcfaraceMibbeycJ&. Ca3 5 jiartk Hafa,
I-wrxsTKO-rv rtuaHi ax auot anrw-
d.30a JXTfahtqrsm,aj. Oaai
Your "Wants Supplied,
TVT ANTED TO TRADE A NURSERY STOCK
v for a good drivlns horse. Enquire of Fred
Baldwin, UiE. Douglas. 12S t
WANTED-F.VRMSi-TVEHAVE BUYERS FOR
farms; If vou want to ell your farm quick list
it with Oscar Z. Smith 4: Cxi ISS N. ilarkeu aMt
"WANTED THREE COOKS. GOOD PLACES.
cood pay; 23 railroad teams: SO railroad labor-
ers;100D men for Utah) laborers for Colorado car-
tris tor umu; a wm ajaiu uu u to 4iu3 .y
sell goods. If vou want employment ot any kind
you can get ft bv calling on or addresulttc Mth
stamps. J. U. Ken'worthy 6: Col. roots 6. orcr SB E.
Doagtas ave. TH K
WANTED TO RENT A HOTEL RJE.VDY
furnished. In a gxl live town in Kansas
state rent per month, population of town and loca
tion, one or two dollar house. Address Caas. IMc
Fadden. Newton. Kan. 123
are still Indebted to me for uniforms made
them last year, will please call and nle by nest
pay day, fave costs and accounts being advertised
lor sale. Bruggeman, tho Tailor. 21 N. Main rt.
TTTAXTED TEX ACRES GARDEN LAND
between the rivei. Israel Bros. W tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
T?OR SALE-A COLUMBIA EXPERT BICYCLE.
-T M-tnch wheel, full nickel plated, nearly new.
Original cost Jl.. Will sU for JjO. Apply at room
1. No. 113 N. Matu st. 1 3
FOR SALE GREEN PAINT FOR WINDOW OR
aoor screens or any other colored paints from
one pint to a barrel. Qualitv guaranteed. Kamas
I'alnt Co.. corner Third and Fitta ave. 12s t
FOR SALE-ONE COMPLETE SET OF APPLE
ton's Encyclopadla, SO volnm!s cot t&S, for
J 1(0. or wW trade for a gentle horse. WON. Wich
J710R SALE OR TRADE-COUNTERS AND
7 shelving. Inquire at 130 K. Doagtes. Bi'
FOR SALE OR TRADE-ONK FIVE YEAR OLD
yoke of oxen with wagon, or sell cheap lor
cash. 216 S. Pattle, "
"J70R SALE-A CLEAX STOCK OF STAPLE
A groceries. Invoice aboat J BOO. Ood trade and
location. Apply John J. Slepkor. ron 11. Hi X,
Main sC 127 5
TJ-OR SALE-HOTEL FIXTURES. GOOD REA
.1? sonb for wishing to soil onu Enquire at VS E.
Douglas ave. 127 fl
FOR SALE-SILK WOR3I EGOS IN ANY
quantity, large or small, for alo at XU Waco
1T"OR SALE FOUR COUNTERS AND A LOT
" of shelving now in room No. Stft N. Main streeC
Phileaa McClees, by J. F. Reese, agent, 213 K. Doug
las aw. 12i tf
J7OR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS DITCHER'S
outfit: icebox, tool, etc.: good as new; at a Kir
galn. Address bmiih A; fcmallrldge, Burni, Kan.
I?OSt SALE-CHEAP. A IVROE FIRE AND
burglar proof Dubois It Norrl. bank siife with
Sargent A Greenleaf time lock. Also a lot ot bant
counter railing. Address John Q. Adama. Pratt,
Kan. Du 2it
FOR SALE-ONE BILLIARD AND ONE IHHJL
tabic complete, good, ohtsip. Addir 41! East
Central, city. dHtoBt
FOR SALE OR KENT-CITY OR FARM PROP
erty, improvwl or unimproved. Landlords. Jen
ant, buvers and sellers take notice. Israel lirna
125 X. Market, new l-ruel block; phone 319. 5-tf
"T7-OR Sale-DEEDS. MORTGAGES AND ALL
JD kinds of legal blank; blank receipt books, note
books, tjtc. at the Wichita Eaglo omce. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. dtt-tf
170R SALE-SCALE BOOKS, SHORT HAND
1 writers' noto books, blank receipts .ami nolo
books and legal blanks of every kind. Mal onlers
promptly attended t. Call on or nllrs the Wich
ita Iigle, Wichita. Kan. -tf
TTOR SALE A HANDSOME LITHOGK.VPU
.1? map of the city of Wichita: Rtve names of treet.
public buildings, colleges, parks, etc, siie 12xlA on
linen paper, price 5 cent ach; 3 fer 10 rruU; 35
Cf-ntM a dozen. Address tho Wichita Bugle, Wiehlta,
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Under this head 2c per line per day.
170R ' SALE-A 'GlD(m","DRl'vrxo HoWiCl'EK-J-
fectly snfo for lady to drive. Miltable for car
riage or buggy, black in color, and no Wemlsh what
ever. Is a iirt-elaxs driving horse, can make Rood
time: will sell reasons tile. AIhi a good enl rtiring
nut(". Call or address A. Bruggeman, 2H X. Main.
FOR SALE-A BANKRUPT STOCK OK BUO
glett, phaetons and carnages at very low prlcert
for a few days at Sedgwick fctables, liS and 137 X.
Water it. 121
I? ORSALE THirxrCEST-AND-ItANDROM-?
ect ihaeton for nearly one-half price can be
f-ern at bedgwlck stabler, aUo two nice family
horses cheap, as owner wlabes to leave the city.
FOli SALE Farm Property.
Under this head 3c per line pr day.
FOR SALEr-City Real Estate.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
THESE ARE SNAPS-TWO LOTS, ffl FKKT,
In Park Place rtd JI2S. clean 3 '. 75 fort.
In Riverside add., 5J. clear; 1 k. 2S feet, eu Wt
Douglas avenue, i I MX & lot. 125 feet. Lawrene and
Harry st.. I l,(m, clear; 1 lid, 2& fet. South Fourth
ave.. three bbvks from Douglas, IfiUe 6 Iota, UO fert,
comer Harry and Mead rt-.. i.tSO, clar. 1 lot. 3 fert,
and two-otory buikilng. opposite Union depot build-In-,
-worth the price. il.Ol. Geo. L. House, Jr., A
Co., All Sedgwick building. hi ft.
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
WAX TED nouses and Rooms
Under this bead 2c per line pr day.
Under this head 3c iter Una per day.
T""OR TRADE-WICHITA HESfDEXCK PRO-
riiAf --- - n n
170R TRADE KOR IX8IDK WICHITA PROP
1 erty in northpart of city; maM t inafahi of rail
road tracks, "30 iwrw farm adjoialac Conway
Springs; all well improved ami feaow): Sfi) bearlnc
fruit trees and ntn r falling water in paatttra, For
further particulars writo to Wm. &. Wlaiteld.
Kan. we U
FOR REXT J louses.
Under this bead 3c per line par day.
jg FOR RENT-A U-ROOM HOUSE ;"W1th" ALL
tS inoilem Improvemanta and a ham. Party
will take rent in board If 41red. Call at M7 X.
Market C W r
7 FOR KENT-NEW n-KOOX HOt'K, WITH
35. bam. In north part of city. Dwdrabla Walk!.
ruuvenl-Di to car l!nn and buaiaesa. faquir of J.
W. Coulter. Fletcher bkxic. UStt
iSFOR KENT Or'saLI Bf tXB8AXD KS31
US. derx property la ail part of Um ctty. lsrad
""TOR REXT-A HAXDSOJtE COTTAOIE OX COU
X U-vr Hill. Inquire at ttaeKoBMcky bat stora
Last Ixutlas. &-11
V FOR ItE.NT OR KALE-R&9IDEXCEA IX ALL
5 parts ot tue city. Wricftit A Lv. Xo. m X.
am C U-U
FOR REXT Rooms.
I ader this bead fe per ttat-pvr day.
XR KENT-CHOICE OFFICE AXD 8LSKP1XO
i room oa second floor ct build Lay oa Douataa
iv betwroa Market wst Lawraaoa. War ar
hr. over lO K. Duugtaa. IX r
I,X)R RENT-FURXISHED rROXT ROOM, OUT-
jl no rairaoc. . jdji-wj.
T7OK RENT -TWO XH ELY FURXIHHED
X room, also oae saua. witk Ka. at tha a.
Jtroroe, 343 X. Topeka. 127
X rooms at XK X. Tor-fca Eft
.! nm. ii pci uwuk ww mrnom I V issi
r-. . . . . . .
TOR REXT-L.A.ROE FWiXT ROOK. irfTH
faath. closec ea and attar t al t Us art
expsr. M Xarth Topeka. m tf
?OR REXT-FURXXaHXD ROOVS. V NORTH
joy?. in vs-
F)R REXT-A FLAT IX THX RUTLKR SLOCK,
on msbI door. caawrta; f In mii.eW
roooa, ciost. U room. eui. ifflr W R. R. Ba
FOR REXT St on.
Uatfer thf a4 Jc r Ba pmr.
TTOR KEXT-THX STORK ROOK Xa. 217 K.
I? Dwgtaaraalorauas.iitliiMt rut R.
K. Jtoft, m m E. D ciaa. m tt
TTOR REXT-TWO STORK ROOH lUJJ OW "i.
X? Xala. J. T. Haiiaw. BB
T70R RZXT-BRICK jrTORK-RiOOK Jta t
X bcegia .nmw, sar timet mad ill ijfcu
mA partie "TT Uf. is HtcasiaW bct A
bos. JC iHnzU aaaa.
FOR REXT Miscellaneous.
Vlahr iMb4 3r yrUaaarav.
TX KEXT-OmCl AXD ROOMS AT Mi X.
T Market L. ar 1 UiCia. mL
r tsaer thk 1mm4 oar m wr ay.
UasVsr Iks a 3c yn ttm per 4Ur-
C:TRATED-rROM BU SORTH XATK rnUTJET.
O w rcsa eatorwd mmrm famf. Ar Mm
um et kr 8 w irtfw4 by aaftykat tft T , D.
tvrRATKT-rRAT MA?'. T
O & w kick, wefctbf a
xmrUs maUmimh La
at JDfciaa. Afw -
eTRATKD- TRXRRDAY nttOtW rOU
O Ma-,wm axaa sMW bsmmS
THE PEOPLE'S COITJMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
LOST-A LIGHT POCKET BOOK COXTAIX.
lnc nailers oclv ot Tnlem to mrur. uu in.
sale. Please return to Most HaltoweU, Hotel Metro
pole or Eagle oUtce, l t
T OST-BETWEEX FIRST AXD O.VKSTRKKT,
JLJ on Lawrence or Topeka aa aafinlsfced SAiany
sack for baby. Leave at Fta & Sea. Hf !
LOST-A SMALL BOYS BLACK COAT. BOY
about 9 years aid. Return to Jefaa Martin,
court aottse. K Jt
Under tab bead 2c per Hae pr 4ay.
LEARN TELEGRAHY " AND STATION?
n oiHIrt' VnlnsMd mt Whttn Tn4ckn Taii-ns n-i
college, 2U Dimglis arwnoe. WichUa, Kan. Se4 &
clrcttiars and fred railroad pass. IK Ki3
7E HAVE FOR s,LE IN KIVERSIDK ADDt
1 tkm the best 16 acres in the cKr Itiatts: eieaarki
cars; magnl Sclent tniarovmeats; a chance Mka tfclt
rant be opaa long. Oscar 2. Smith A Oa, IS Xartlx
FOR REXT Farm Property.
Under this bead 3c pea line per day.
FOR RENT-A PASTURE OK K ACHES,
fenced with a new four Mrsod wire feoern aeod
water and good boose; situated in Aara tawjlp,
lrstt county. Addrsos K. K. EgsWton, lata. Kttn.
Under this bead 3c per line per day.
fader this bead 2c par line per day.
M ONEY TO LOAX-OX FURXITtTRKT PIANOS,
orjHnv. hor !. wolas. cwws. wnaoaj. asfli. in
amounts from W up. a reaotiaM rates. Dtasta
son A Co.. room ffiMlcn fc-k btoefc. third Aoor. Rfed
ONEY TO LOAN-ON FURXITURK. PlANOti.
Orsans. boixn. .-. If voa xtwAt a mII
aoooatol muoey caU on Katwrta Jb Myars, r 1U
. Main, iruniruom. j a-
O YtM WANT TO BORROW A SMALL
Amount nf imhuv oa vmr alaaoa. acaaa. sew.
in nwchlnea. hors. caitia. MMMtaa. wivmhm er
househoid good? ifsoaota J. F. Lvaiam, eanser
First and Main; be will loaa yoa Ik any nnwktrram
t M op on chaoal wcmrity. MJB U
MONEY LOANED OXORSES. BUOOISS
covs, nlunws. household rarnlrora. kwi. Nm
hmietit. Ir vimi tvant a xmall uaMSl o( Moser
rame and sea us. W. T. Nash A Ctt, over !M Narta
Main street. ww
OXKY TO LOAN-SHORT TSMKMOXKYAT
lowest raws on aorsea. taUi. , Ms.
cms. 2U Weat Doorlaa avenue. W It
rANTKD-BORROWKRS KVR MOXKY. WN
loan money oo all cls of coort saawrsur at
the tower rat. Owi. L. Kama, Jr .t Oa?am
J.U, 20i Sedgw Ick bluck.
X'ftder this head Jc per line per day.
ITWIXD-A PAIR OF SILVER ROWKD SPiO
I" iacls- !. con have mub br cailiac at tkU
oQoa. IS 3t
Undsr thta head 3c per Une par day.
RA IL.lt OA D TIMET A li LISS.
MiafcKH'Mi Arirrrx. a.
Fort Peott, Kansas City. St-j
Loaif, and eastern ex
Fort scott, Kaaaas Ctty. asC,
Loats ami eastern ex
Conway SprtM. Antkoay
and Kiowa ex
Con wy Springs, Anthoay
and Kiowa ex
Haichinsvu. sterlimt Md
Hutch.. Kaaapofls, I"sbloi
and Denver ex . ...
AHjratns run dally.
Depot Second and VNtckMa Mtcosm Heket aOka Hi
North Main s treat.
Passaswor aat Ttokst Aaaat.
NEW TIMM TAMLH rHlCAM. WlCtC MH
rOrat Hack lt4aiid Raaie)
In effset oa and alter April i
AHJMVk I LEAVE
UWINU 4RTH AXP RAPT.
No. 2 Colorado SprtMP,
Denrar and PaeUta Cwtat
8 CO AX
No. i Kaaaas City. St. laalej
ami nKago. iarooa
Mail and ex. daily
Xo. 4 Kansaa CKy. St. IMlaj
ami Cblcagu Mgat ex.
Xo. tst ArcomoMMlaUM,
dally except Sunday.
Xo. S Kansas Utjr, SC Ioais
ail f ni-ao et. uaiiy . .
Xo. 1 Kansas City. M. IxwtU
and Chicaca taxaagk wall
6 19. KM
ami etc. daliy
Xo. 61 AcroraiuodUoa. daily
Kloirsnt rrv-llnlar nkalr aars oa ail tratkfl. asst
intllman sltwpwr from Wichita to Kaft-x CRT ai
7i iao wlthoot change on (tight tralas. Tfrks
suld and bagsaan eneckaa taroago ta aa
north, soath, east and west, sad MsMotil BV
sold ta all EuroTHsaa msnts at low sat rate.
tl lift ottra MQ Kaat rkmlas avanoa. CM
street: nrnsepaer staMnn coraar DimgUs aad
avewtea. Talepoona V.
C. A. KrTMBHrOKtii, Tlckat Akawt.
J.vo. SKHAdTIAX. O. T. A P. A Cklcawk, III.
st. Loots a Bam FHAXOaro k. m.
Ooiaa Wat, pas (to KUsh
GoilNC wast, sm. (ssoM
Ootnjr KaM, passescer.. .
(iolua East, psusangwr
City Union Ticket afltoa. mXartk Mate attest,
and C'aloa Depot, iKasgiaa HTsaas.
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nop., rar. um ana imn.
Ukloo TWrsM Mk B Xortfc Mkht . atkl as
Unioo Depot. Pnaglas avswsc. w. i
, D. MOkskMtt.
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fatem tnpresa Hah aK
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i ny Union Tckl onVe m Kartk Maaa stfniwskd
ratok iHnaat. Dttklka areaaa
CLT Wmi TUB KXIFR.
AM Kkeka4 Oat a tk-9 Vary I1rt Hsamrt.
The Mlakoarl Pieiflc rwy kjkoekwl
Ibetn kll kllly wbn it knnoiiikfft cut nfct4rt
to St. Ixmui mad Iirbl
T(M.niuM- wimmnu'iair Match 7th.
chRp nam will ro into Sct to r. Loattl
mod points itrynaa. kiso u nwio, uwrw
Mtd other wetra potato tU Umj MiMPuri
If you ua frcrfoK , wvat, aefUi or
oath, buy your Udui vU th- Mfcw rt
Jt ) tb ahorteat II oe U &L Loo bv -Ui
mile aod over two boura Um qttklust.
KJtot new r-cliDins; chair can ! rm
ceirwl from tfa PuJlmaa Co.. oafl tt4a.
Tdmsc chairs are In to all patoros ot
thjsiiaoarl PkciAe railway. CommiI
get oar num. W an bar to y . City
ticiet ottk 137 North Main rct. Dpoi
ooraet 3eood and Wichita ktrkt.
paaeaT aad Tick Axvaa, If Jfrt3
Don't forct ihlov rata to ChkMp.
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Caute i IM.JLBtty.
Oos of tba flrst aataorltiM oa kKunty con
alooai that the kagurs af beats wyn
tbs sac U extontMNtai. aad ta aa eiroiat
rcaai ro tbksa who ar fco aaftoted ar nao
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eaikvw la this lar e-uabar ai uz Ck la
tjyoaa. 6JT-ry Dr L-tt-r.
raN Tfcst latrrest KoyaJty.
Tb Oora-kki k-nr k cislbri toad
of ssaykae eaa. KJac Humkcl ? ita
Ut a tROM f drafaa. OblT Alrttnfa?
hM & prsiicdoa far tmrnitAMmetm. King
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rcaiariT nry vndac e th b UtU,
an as i-wrnt to whica Qa VketorVkis aox
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Worits f kr I---e-ftrsvU
ya-r af fti-kk -rha-a- i
tba yw Tort C-tri JUOnmd nmmptmy ftkr
timU trstfr &m(4 ! ta PBjTfO
awrth iarwk, A mam M- rw aVeAWagaic
to Mr. ITTibaao B. Aor m. tXtjUJ b-Par-a
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