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liw taSicMta Jgacilij gagle: jftrttrrtfag mitML $ag 3, 1890.
Eeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock
Yards for 24 hours--99 cattle, 1177
bogs, shipments 885. The run of cattle
was very light, not being half enough
to meet the demands of the buyers.
Choice cows and heifer stock was
much sought after, and all that were
on sale brought top prices. The hog
receipts were quite liberal. The mar
ket opened 2 1-2 cents higher than
yesterday's top, and sold strong
throughout at $3.05.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEXET.
Wichita, Kan.. May 2,
Receipts S3, shlpmentc SSo. The receipts were
light and disappointing, as the buvers were not able
to get what cattle they needed. There were a few
choice butcher cow.s and heifers which sold at top
Bgures. There Is an active demand for that class
di stock, there seldom being enough on the market
to go around. Eastern markets report cattle lower.
This market closed steady on good to choice grades.
Poor grades slow and draggy.
Native shipping steers, fancy, HOOglSV) M
lbs ?380 4 .V)
Good to extra, 13rjOlXX) 3 40 el 00
OoikI to tra native butcher steers 1KO
Good butchers steers. KKJglOM...
Native feeding steers
Nat' ve Mocker
Choic e cow s and hi-ifers ,
I airto good ctiwn and haifers...
Bulls and stags
Poorer grades and soallawags...
.... 3 20 (oSM
.... 3 25 ft3 40
3 10 &3 40
2 7j 3 10
.... 2 10 f2 50
1 So 2 SO
1 C5 ftl ft)
.. 1 W 150
cs of cattle at
...van s si
... m ny.
... 6in r. 12
. .. 975 2 50
... 97.1 2.7)
... mi 2 50
... 4R5 S)
,.,.11'. 2 45
... ttfl 2Si
...1075 2 00
...1040 3 15
... 780 2 25
Following are tlie reprawutat
the btock yards UmUJ"
f. Stock heifers - .. ..
2 Mock heifers
2 ( miner.
Rccc'pts 1177. The receipts were fair for Fridav
fc'.o tLi'ijutUity averaged good. The market opened
F'rongStfC higher than yesterday's close and the
cnt .re laj bu-iiios- was done on this basis. Prices
urre called Kod when compared with the Kansas
C rj market of toda j . A good busin,-sa was done
and '-rylody seemed t-atisfied. Indications point
to a fctrous market for tomorrow.
TTr following are tho representative salso of hos
r,t the 3 aids today:
No sheep on tho market.
Good mutton sheep, fOjtlOO ....
Good stock, wethers, 7585 ....
Good to extra lambs
...4 004 JO
...4 104 00
Wichita Horso and Mule Market.
Wichita. Kan.. May 2.
The market is very quiet on ncco'unt of their being
solttlestock foi wile. Very little stuff coming In.
There Is a good demand lor nearly all kinds of
Extra draft horses
Good dralt horses ,
Good iiinren ,
Mules, 14 hands
Mu!rv, U1 hands
Mules, 15J hands
Muhs, heavy- I01G$ hands
1 125 OOWfl 00
100 00f115 01
KKI OIK 125 00
70 CMS, '. 00
150 00.3225 00
1(V (XV'.-25 00
U5 0tk110 00
75 OOrti ! 00
35 (M .'0 00
25 !i M W
e: oa-a 75 oo
wi &m no oo
Ml OO&lU) oo
125 OOfifclKi 00
George Brinley came in from Kearney,
2seb., with a car of horses and mules.
Munroe Miller, of Guthrie, is on the
market buying some cheap horses and
mules for his home trade.
Augustus L. Knight, of St. Louis, in
company with his son, Harry, were look
ing over the yawls this afternoon.
v. J. Norris, Oxford, sent in a car of
J. 13. Shough, El Dorado, came in with
a car of cattle.
Gibbons Bros., Coats, marketed hogs.
John Gilchrist, Belle Plainc, sent in a
foad of hogs.
Isaac Simpson. Freeport, had a car of
cattle and hogs on the market.
Mr McLaughlin, Conway Springs, mar
Y. T. Hall, Mt. Hope, had a car of mixed
ptock on the market .
(" X. Brass, Maytield, marketed hogs.
Sykes Bros., Murdock, sent in a car of
"VVm. Moore, Piedmont, had a car of hogs
at t he yards.
White & Cain, Freeport, sent in a car of
Blakeman & Hearne, Loon, marketed
Mr Elliott sent in a car of good hogs.
J W. Morris, Ziba, had cattle and hogs
on the market.
II Mills, Xewton, sent in two cars of
Horace McLain, shipped a car load of
stock steers to his ranch near Whitewater
LIVE STOCK MAEXET,
KanA5 Citv. Mo., May 2.-CATTLE Receipts.
4"u.i; shipment 27lii. bteer, strong. 10c higher, others
low or St er 3 OVAfi 00; cow s. fl 753 40; s.tocker a jm!
feeders. $2 SiS-l fn. HOG Recolpt. S3uft hhipuients
X Market 2'mSic higher. All grade. $4 CO
C-4 W. bulk, (64 07U. SHEEP Receipts ITfO:
Fhipmcntti, ftXX Market strong. Good to choice
Ian iw and muttons, i-i 505 75, blockers and feed
ers U 4 M.
T I oris. Mo Mav 2. CATTLF Receipts.
JWO: shipments, . Market -tently. Natlvets $. ;$
4 ft) stoi !vo- and feeders, J2 ,"X 40: Tes and In
dians V2 4'Ki3 1 HOGS Receipts SflHi; shipments
Market Mroncvr. Fair to choice heay. SI UV
JSH, packing. Jt lrt 4 2il. SHLEP-Recelnt..!.
Fh pment. . Market frtrong. Fair to chuico
(4 iWo (
ClllCJiGO. Ill, Mav 2. CATTLE Reclp;.
natf -h!pment 5000. Markot strong. Reevi
to V55 25: to. $3 Mi Nt; stockers nni
feet crs. J2 ''WS 1; cows, bulls aiki ialxel,
$1 ,VS3BV Tvxtis si.rs S0i8 ST., TJOOS
IVcvepts l-WOi: -h!m. nts fau. Market sUtook. 5c
1 B-r. Mixed U hl :t'U: light. M PA1 30, hevy
f4 1 i4 37. fk:ps, o 25b3 ?0. MIEEP Uooeipt-,
J 'If; shlpuient 4fli0. Market Mwlv, 1&c loHr.
Su'tves fS 756 25: western corn ted. iS 50te-6 2fc
Ieiiius, f 1 005 50 lamb-. $5 S.7 (a
AVlchita lrjvlRlon Market.
Wichita. Ka, iUy 2.
"!" packers re busy making shipmetits la tb
&!? ri nt Hoes to mnny of the clti s nnd towns la
rhe west and south. Also shipping to poinbc$t.
l'rlcis unchaugrdbut Arm.
ST ( AK CURED MEATS-Cwin or ptain ams
f" 1 and r WtUvtc.hiiai l$ixa)lbs HW.ham me
r: cni and up l(Su;. . ham? ciU sweUkiC! lbs 11
j-,l?tic. Ci-Jiforma picnic hams tvc, brvikfat hacoa
f J: m dth or strlpi S10c dried beef-ham (extra
fir. 5V. smokiM Uef tunguts per dt-i. 5 60. cotjace
.-'torele hams SUe.New York -bottWerei?c.tiH-Urn.a
hscon6!c. Twuwsev bacon &c rolled shoui
fT; Naile iV.
P1. ME-VTs--hort clear Mes iwoked (drv wUt
ffl 1 ner HO llw. clear flitches bW. Enjrlii-h !!
1 rs rv 'e cir Ve ?5 TSfi 00 shooMers 4Wc5,
rarlwlcs 5 lfc.Sper Wi lbs. kmf clear iNtcon
f 5. ls to cvt, short clmr bacon $ 2a. cter
L r t lvwkn t 55? 70. bacon nitcbes 6 S57 2Sw
ka. -h.iulders5V- .
l -s(iE Fresh pork iiiMr? No ISVJiHi'.frfwh
rf va-sajjc (.stm ;. VieuBa and ami Fnmk
, -In. head cheese 5c. boloenfts rounds 4.
n o- s middles 4ltf5c. uk-kle? UtieiM 4.;
': i';"' " c""-t,,p,x ,r wj:z rTiZ,zl l
k-r pat-trv c. '
t "IfSH -H.A J- lir.r Hiws nuwrnitT.
i xi hind quarter-" t!7Vtc, for.'qunv.n4c
:.:,-s--lX PORK-Pork loSliS 6c. tender loins S
tr r l v. lok ln 3c.
1 " I PARK! i PICKLED GOOD? Pi-? ft p In
1 -.. vf s and Mi.eed. Jurtr bbl. 40 lbs. 1 JSJrfua. a
1 ' Pickled and spiced piff' tonstie RlttN B
!.V. 7. Tnpe. pickled awl tpjeed Quarter bM
40 1l 1 3a klus. 15 lbs. 65c.
Wirnlta Wholesale lrrtilt Marjret.
WrcniTA. Kan, May!
TImt" i . showing of owiKv, bananas, htrntofv,
Ktdatruwbff-'leeonthe awrset d 'Jae cocimls-
fiion men who handle this line of goods are very
busy filling orders for city and country retailers.
Prices firm at quotations.
ORANGES-Mexican S3 703 00 per box. baskets
$3 75g.4 (.California Mediterranean sweet $3 .5 4 00
per box. California Riverside 4 004 2o. per box,
Messina $3 754 00 per box. Imperial 4 50 per box.
San Diego 4 00 per box.
LEMONS Messina per ltox. S4 50500.
bTRA"WBERRlES-S5 0036 50 per crate.
PINE APPLES-S3 5084 03 per doz,
APPLES None In market.
BANANAS $1 0 f- 50 per bunch, fancy ?3 00 per
FIGS Layers 15lSc per lb.'i oral boxes ?350
375pcrl00. ... ,
DATES Persian CO lb boxes, 8?S9c per lb, Fard,
1214 lb boxes. 12J&5 per lb. .
HONE V California, 1 lb frames, l.lac per lb.
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita, Kan., May 2.
The grain market is very active. More corn Is
needed to fill orders already placed. Wheat Is
moving slowlv at present, and prices firm. Oats In
good demand and market strong at quotations.
Receipts for 24 hours, 29,900 ba corn, 4200 bu oats.
GRAIN Car lots on track:
WHEAT Good milling flO&T2c. while other grades
are quoted at 55c and down.
CORN No 3 or better 22c, white 2oc
RYE No 2, 212Cc No 3. 2224c.
HA Y 4 50 per ton. tl 00 in car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop in car lota 43c per 100 lbs.
Wichita Produce Market.
Wichita. Kan., May 2.
Potatoes plenty and barely steady. There is a
good supply of vegetables and green Btuff on the
market and is selling well. Eggs are plenty and
selling at 9c. Choice butter In fair supply and
POTATOES Kansas 45c per bushel, northern COc
' RBAGE' None in market.
ONIONS None in market.
PIE PLANT-3c per lb.
SPINAGE 15c per lb.
LETTUCE 22c per lb.
RADISHES-35C per doz. bunches.
ASPARAGUS Sic per doz. bunches.
SPRING ONIONb 15c doz bunches.
PARSLEY 35c doz bunches.
EG G '.K- per doz.
BUTTER Fancy creamery 25c. cholco creamery'
22c. cho-c" butter l.-316c. fair 12c. cooking butter 8c.
CHEESE Eastern full cream 13c. half cream 11
12c. skim fystfc Umburger 15lCc. brick 1516. full
cream Swiss IGfolfic.
CHICKENS-Dressed CHeScper lb., live ?2 753
3 00 per doz.
TURKEYS Live G7c per lb., dressed 9311c.
Wichita Flour Market.
Wichita. Kan., May 2,
The flocr m-rket Is active and prices Arm.
Best patent, perewt, fitandard price....
... 2 00
. 1 90
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita. Kan., May 2.
Business is fairly good. There is an increased de
mand from country dealers.
SOLE LEATHEll-f Slaughter) 2729c, B. A. 25
27c, good damago 21YMc
HARNESS Acorn oak 35c, No 1 oak 32c, L. n. 30c,
Union 2;c, Hemlock 25i .
CALF Domot.c WciSJl 00, French ?1 00?J1 50.
CUP HALF SOLLv-Etm h-avy t3 50. heavy
f3 OJ, medium 12 50, light J 1 25&1 75.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
Wichita. Kan- May 2.
Nothing of Interest on the market. Prices un
changed. HIDES No 1 green 33ic per Ib, No 2 green ?Mc per
lb. No 1 grr-en salt 4Vc. No 2 green salt 3iC,dry hides
5.7Uc ner lb, linlls and crags 2Ur.
TA LfiOW No 1, ?Ac !).! 11, No 2 2J-Sc
SHEEI PELTS-U)75c each.
WIchta Wool Market.
Wichita. Kan.. May 2.
Very little wool offered today. Prices, firm.
Rrlght condition "right medium 15c, heavy me
dium 1,'c. light fine ISJa'o, heavy line 12c.
Esrtliy condition-. Medium 13c. line 9llc, coarse
ll13c, Mexican belect grades 12GHc, coarse and
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPR
Xoit York Money.
New York. May 2.
Money on call easier, 4 to 6 per cent, hist loan 4.
closed offered at 3 per cent.
Prime mctcantile paK-r.r$7.
Sterling exchange (iuiet and heavy at H S4 for
CO day bills and It bO for demand.
The total '.nlo of stocks today were 301,414 shares.
Stocks today were active and generally strong.
4 )vs coupon
I'ncilit- ds of t'5
( l.ic.ico A: Al'on
Ciilcago, Rurliugton ifc Quincy
Na York Central
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, 111., May 2. Trading in wheat
was large and a nenous feeling existed to
day with prices subject to rapid fliictna
tions. The opening was 2(42 c lower for
May an June, advanced e for the former
and' 2c for the latter and closed ahout He
lower for Mav and c lower for June than
e.sti'rday. July opened $i(srlc lower;
lluotuatihg within in a small range for a
while and then sold up to a point l?.c
above tho inside figure, declined c,
ruled irregular and closed lc lower than
The lirm feeling developed in corn yes
terday was continued today and a still
further advance was established on all
future1;. Close was (&c better than
There was an active oats market and a
sharp advance, hut outside figures were not
maintained until the clo'-e.
Pork attracted little attention. Prices
(July a moderate trade was reported in
o s r o
5 2 o
AltTICIXS. - 5 S H
'? : ?
Mav . t'lK KW Pljf 92VJ
Julie Wfi i'4 SlK M4
July iO SIH M IU&
May 33 WW S2T :KW
Juno - 3( 34H MM SVH
July 5S354 SiK SM Hha
May 24M 2tTJf 25M 2.V..S
June 2lfe 25j 24 25'i
July 2K 20 2l5t 25J.
Mav IS .TO 13 .TO 13 05 13 10
Jmie 13 45 13 45 IS 22HJ 13 25
Julv 13 55 13 00 13 35 13 35
May fi42I 6 42Jj 6 40 C 40
June 6 50 6M C 45 0 45
July C57H CtO G5SM 6 55
Mav 5 45 5 45 5 42 5 42H
June 6X.'K 5 52J 5 5is 5 47
Julv 5C0 5 03 5 55 5 57H5
Cash quotations were as follows:
FCOl'R Neglected. Spring patents, soft to hard.
fl.'OA5 25; western patents J4 60S4 75. baker"s
J3 25.3 rtl.
WHEAT No. 2 sprlns 81D2h'c; No. 2rcdG19
OA Ts iSi-SyKc
TIMOTHY-fl 2StSl 23.
PORK-MS rtlS Ml
bllOUT KIHs6 40t 45.
SHOl'LDEKsDrv salted 5 005 15.
MIOKT CX.K.AK SIDES-$S 755 St.
SUCJAK-Cut loaf WMc; granlald Md Sad
ard A Ac
BCTTER-Ftrm. Fnacy Elela crwraery 17Vn:
floeet western KtfUc; nnel4&!5c flnet dairy Oh&
"ew York Produce.
New York. Jloy 2.
WHEAT-Firm. No. I red CAsh SeWdlOJWc.
CORN-Dall. No i 4,o.
OATS-Klrm. No 2 bit 3T.aMc.
f YFFEE K1rm. aes xiXd is. spot Rte 3Vc
HV, AR-Kenned e-.ST. C 4t!- staAud A Wc
confici ionrv .v 5 l-j . pondered 6 7-17C; grann
Utlod 6V(. f nb6 f T-lfic
KOO- Finn. Western 1212U?-
BCTTER-Active, arm. I'rim-s Wt dlry 7
-i wru rrwimenr
Jr, " eni creamery tKv.
CHEESE-Weak. Wti Sl
St. Ijri5. Ma. May 2.
FLOrR-Finn. hhr. Choice 52 75? tft
XX 3 famliv 42 SO. fancy S4 Un.
" ?..t, ?,KT Pt it 3M4 45
WHT-Low- NoSied cat- te. My aSfec
,.tXl.V,7,,Il5r-, Z-J " s Kc bid,
y 2tV.JueS,Joly3tc,AnetW Kir.
OATs-Htehjer. .a !A SSISTc bid. May
11 ' TTf rY 'mhfii" ilnut N'c trVJan) f,-.
otJO,-ibfe at X&ibc
JI. C. CAMPBELL,
J. O. DAvrDsoy, Pros. c, A. Walkzb, V. P.
JOHX Dzkst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKlTD'PvS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Larcest paid Vp Capital of any Bank la tb.8 SUt
Shippers of Live Stock can save "both
time and money 1)7 doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Ma, May 2.
The Daily Indicator reports:
FLOUR-Firm bnt light demand. XX 65c; XXX
75'.-; family $1 05; choice tl 30: fancy ?1 55; extra
fancy $1 tXta 1 70; patent $1 90.2 00.
WHEAT-Ulgher. No. 2 hard cash 81c, May SI
COltN Lower. No. 2 cash 2Sc. May 284"cbld,
OATS No. 2 cash 2G4e.
UYE-N02 cash Kc bid.
HAY Stady for fancy. Strictly fancy prairie
?G0.RG 50. good to choice 53 504 00.
LEAD Quiet, sole Missouri and common 13 Co;
chemical and refined 3 70.
CORN MEAL DuU. $3 753 81
UUTTER Good toLxncy Creamery firm, lCH317c;
fair to choice 13,15c.
EfiG rirm.it tijc.
CHEESE Steady. Full cream northern twins and
Younr America liyllc; western S'jc
LIVE POULTRY Firm. Choice hens f3 50. roost
ers -2 002 5"!: E-nali fat hem. J2 5033 25. Spring
chickens small 5250W1 00.
IJREAKFAST BACON 53 25.
DRIED SALT MEATS-Short ribs 55 75. long
clear 5 50: shoulders H 25; short clear $5 75.
SMOKED MEATS Long clear i 6 03; shoulders
5 00: short ch ar sides ?C 25.
PORK J 11 (0.
LARD $ti o7K.
ATTOHNJ5YS AT LAW.
Tnos. O. Wilson', Jos. A. Biiuhachek.
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kanstts. Telephone No. 11. dlCS-tf
w. P. Campiiell. jas. l. Drza.
Attorneys at Law, Wicqita, Kan. 105tf
H. C. Sluss. W. E. Stanley.
SLUSS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris tO Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
.1. R. Hallowklu
Late U. S. Attorney.
J. E. HOME.
HALLO WELL & HUME.
Lawyers, 143 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
JP. II. ROHRBA UGH,
Attorney at Law. Attornev for Western Colleo
lon Burevn. Rooms 17 and 18, No. 154 N. Market
tieet, Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N. Main st
lou.v W. adajis. G. w. C. Jones. G. W. Adajis.
ADAMS, JONES H ABAMS,
Ittorneysat Law. Oiuce, first stairway east of the
.Vlclilta National Rank.
.v. H. Bkidenbacgh.' w. h. Radch.
BRIDEXBAUGH & RAUCH,
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 5 and 7 at 205 North Main Street. dGS
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. Ofiice
118 East Douglas avenue over Paul Jones & Co.'s
drug store, Wlc.iita, Kansas. 151-tf
DR. E. II. CREDITOR.
Dentist. OHlce 1(4 N. Main over Smith fe Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence 628 N. To
peka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. 91-tf
D. W. SMITH.
Room 40a Sedgwick building, Wichita,
HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting gla&tes.
Office 127 N. Market street,
Israel & Myers block.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
31 East Douglas Ave.
Professional Calls Attended Promptly.
E. r. X L. S. MUX SELL, M. D's.
Ere, Ear, Nose, Throat and
Catarrh. Rooms 11, 13 and
15 No. 205 North Mam street.
Residence, 1200 South Em
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dleasea sprecialty. Home
or Ladles during confinement, btrictly private
vnen so dcired. Letters of inquiry confidential
nd nnswered immediately on receipt of same.
Ho:ne, 7U South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY,
Office hours 9 to 10 a. ra., 1 to 4 p m.
' . Room 17. 1 echheimer Bulluimi.
Sunday, 9 to
j.M.pniLnr-s. s. r PHirxtrs.
BH1LLIBS iC TIULLIBS,
Graduates of tho Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary Cohere Asso
ciation. W are prepareil to do all kinds of veterinary
work, iaclcding canlno pranice. dentLstry and all
sorricai operations. Hospital accoaunodAUoa for
all patients requiring special ewe. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion bv dav or night. We use an operating table
instead of throwing horss. . .
Ofiice, 111 North Lawrence Avenoe. Telepboas
HEAX ESTATE AGEXTS
F. W. BEISSNER,
T7-Sm REAL ESTATE AGENT.
The Pho;- grahr. Picrcres to all and tylt.
H o ...- ..-, tlw finest assortmem of ptclarr.
frames :r r :?y o:ve aba a friendly call aad
examine sa , t.
Fall rt of ;sH fS. aad t Ht
r.iid Fmiiwr- f 1 aa aw Ser T&s
Extracttse with coacata Sfc. We
BOYD'S DENTAL R002TS.
DB-T. F. BoT. rR-.J A. H.LE-BEcr.R.
113 East Io3jrljs lwai. lot
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas.
REFERENCE-Bradstreefs Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Nat'l Bank.
R. W. ELDRIDGE,
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
LRU : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEB0HAOTS
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Bitting block. Wichita, Kansas
Room n and it
W. R. JUcPJETBRSOX,
Architect. Room IS, No. 200 North Mala Street
Wichita, Kansas. 117-tf
w. t. PitotrorooT. o. w. bird.
JPJROUDFOOT c0 BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Office la Fech
A. J. AFFLEGATE. "
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public.
r me araugnting a specialty, complete abstracts
10 any iaua in soagwicK county,
wick block. Can bo found durln
Room 21s s1p-
S business hours at
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tnitl on, per annum, $150. Addre
Sister Superior, Si sters of Charity. B. V. M. 105-t
VICTIMS OF AoSdNTMINDEDNESS.
A Bridegroom "Who Taxgot His Brido,
Didn't Keznomber tie Sex.
"Never vas abscntiainfled in my life,"
said the iiltlo man, who tagged nerv
ously at liis bristling mnstache. "But
my father had one of the worst case3 1 ever
heard of. He was a man who used the
good old fashioned birch generously. To
add to the good eSect of the punishment
ho used f o send us out to cut the switch.
If it was not a good one, he sent us back
for another. Once he sent me on one of
these melancholy errpjids, and as my of
fense had been playing hookey' from
school for thres days I was in no hurry
to return for my punishment. "WTien I
came in tho room he was pacing thought
fully up and down the room.
" 'James,' he said, 'I am glad you have
come. I wanted you for something, but
it has slipped my mind. I will recall it
in a moment.' And I discreetly backed
out of tho room with my birch beliind
me, and tossed it over the fence. That
was the last I heard of that switching.
"Case of suspended judgment," said
some one, sof ti
"My brother," continued the first
speaker, "was as bad as my father. He
lives in a Now England town, and he
went to Boston ence to transact some
business which would occupy two days.
At the end of four days he had not re
turned. His wife's anxiety was relieved
on that day by a telegram, which read:
'What did I come to Boston for? Have
been trying to remember for three days.'
" 'Heal estate,' telegraphed his wife.
" 'Of course,' came back the answer."
"That reminds me," said one of the
party, "of a friend of mine. He was a
lawyer in a small town, and frequently
after working lato at night at his ofiice
would sleep on a comfortable lounge
which he had in a back room. When
he was married there was a wedding
breakfast at the bride's homo and the
couple were to start on an evening train
for a wedding trip. H had to run
around to his office for a few moments,
having forgotten some Httle thing which
had to be attended to. The hours went
on and H failed to return to his
bride. When train time came and no
bridegroom appeared every one was
tlirown into a panic.
"Tho bride fainted, and the news
spread like wildfire in the little town
that H had abandonded his bride
and fled tho town. The only one who
seemed not to suspect him was tho bride.
She, however, only shed tears, refusing
to listen to any condemnation of her
missing husband, but declining to offer
any suggestions. Finally she could stand
the strain no longer and posted her father
to H 's office. H had gotten deep
into his work and was just on the point
of going to sleep on his lounge. He was
so 'broken up' over his cruel blunder
that ho was ashamed to face any one but
his wife, and extended his two months'
wedding trip over a year. They made
one of the happiest couples in the world,
but to this day his wife has to find his
hat for him and remind him what ho
wants to do when he leaves the house."
"A singular case, but one which could
hardlv be called absent mindedness,"
said another of the little group, "is that
of CJ , the stock broker. On the morn
ing on which his first baby was born he
came on the floor with a radiant face.
Catching Eight of me, ho rushed up and
said, with a beaming smile and joyous
" 'Congratulate me, old man; I'm the
happiest father in 2sew York city. There
never was such a handsome baby born
" 'I do congratulate you, Harry, old
man,' I answered, as he squeezed my
hand warmly. 'Boy or girl?
"He looked at mo for a moment, and
then a wave of blank despair went over
" '111 be hanged if I know,' he said.
"C disappeared from the floor, but
in a couple of hours I felt some one nearly
jerk my arm from its socket.
" 'It's a boy," cried C , gleefully. 'I
went home to find out." Xew York
"Have you got all your trappings for
the fishing eicursionr asked hik wife,
"Yes, I guess so. The lines, the basket,
the bait yes!"
"I knew you'd forget it," she remarked
earnestly, "the most necessary thing for
the trip. Here!"
And she handed him a small can of
concentrated lve. Philadelphia Times.
His Boots Had Already Barnisl.
Innkerper Sir, yoa will soon burn
Traveler (woo is standing very near ike
fixe) You probably cisan that I shall
scon burn my boois-
Innkeepfir No, sir. Your boots were
burned some time a-jo. Journal of Ed
ucation. Hit Occupation.
"Poor woman! Esve you no huseaad
to help yoa ern liviag?
"I hfi.v a sssbaad, so called, bot he is
deeply eagaped in something else."
"Of whai sKarai'
Trusting in Providence. CMcafe
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Af " t4
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
Tho following rates under the diSereai hsadlnc
will be choired.
SSTPayable Strictly in Advance.
No ttdvextlsementa ttfcen for leaa thaa 10 cents.
One line advertisement charged same rate u two
XO ADVERTISEilEXTS TAKEX "TO KUX UN
Prices ctvtn under classified heads la this column
applicable onlj to locil advertisements. Ho foreign
ndveritsosients taken at price given.
Answers to AdvertlaeEen'J sent In c&re of the
EAOZ.E offlca snould be called for iTttnln 10 davs
after Insertion. When &A ertisers -wish replrs for
warded to them stamped envelopes must tw ssnt.
Reference to former Rdveniacnient9 ahould clve
description and date of inertion or copy of the ad
vertisement ihould be sent.
Not responsible for advertisements given or dis
continued b telephone.
WANTED FEMA LE HELF.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
TTTANTED-A GOOD GIKL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply at 6S7 N. Topeka avenue,
ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at 316 North Topeka arenuo.
T-ANTED-A WOMAN WHO CAN MAKE
jxxl paltry. Hours, T a. in to 6 p. m. No Mm
daynoik. Wages good. Inquiieut 402 E. Douglas
avenue. Ui ft
-TXT ANTED A GOOD COOK CAN SECURE No. 1
t place. Call at W. T. Bihop'b, 455 North Law
rence a-e. Ht4t
"WNTED-A COOK IN SMALL FAMILY. .p-
T ply at 1031 North Lawrence a e. 144 Ct
YANTEp-IMIKDIATELY THREE EXPERjl
enccd (lining room iris at tho Hotel Metro
pole. " ages ?lti per month. Itl-tf
YtANTED-GIKITtO DO GENERAL HOUSeT
m work. Inquire at 42i Campbell ave, or. it omc
333 South jimponauve. 141-tr
ly understands cooking, waahinp, lronlce and
freneral housework in a lamlly or two; cood wasej
anil a comiortablo home. Address W. A. D., cre
W 'ANTED A GIRL TO DO GENERAL UOUSE
V w ork;luquiie at rflX. Topeka ae. Mrs. II. T.
VANTED-A GOOD oTrLTO DcTgENERAL
housework. 15i North Water. dl.lO Of
TA7ANTED-A GOOD COOK IN SMALL FAM
1 ? iiy. with only kitchen nnd UlninK room work;
wanes good. Callutuncuat 1U5S. N. Iwrvnco ave
nuu. Ill Ct
-rrr anted - a girl between eleven
? and H year, of ae as companion. Call or ad
dress Mra Aille Cornw ell, at Whittaker's tmcking
house. all2 if
SITUATIONS FEMA LE.
Under this head 1c per line per day.
Miscellan eo us.
Under this Head 2c per lino rer day.
WANTED MALE HELF.
Under this head 3c per line per day.
"WANTED-A GOOD WHITE IlARllER. WAGES
it jll per week, address Geo. V. Traut, Winfield,
Kan. dl!2 0t
"WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A FIRST CLASS
11 caulker at tho Hold packing bouse. 141-tf
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
"7ANTED RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
' cling salesmen. I'ccitlonsiwrmanent. Special
Inducements now; fast-sellins spcialtie. Don't de
lay, fcalary from start. Hrown Broi., NursrTnen,
Chicago, III. 126 tu th sat-lJt
QALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE A FEW
O cood salesmen to sell oar good by sample to tho
wholesale and retail trade. Wo nro tho largest
manufacturers In our line. Liberal salary paid.
Permanent position. Money advanced for wages,
advertising, etc. For terms address Centennial
Mfg. Co. Chicago. I1L d'JOJut Tues Th and bat
Miscealla n cous.
Under this head lc per line per day.
"WANTED AN EXPERIENCED STENO-
grapher and book keeper wants situation. Ad
dress A. G. Stubblencld. general delivery. Kanas
City. Mo. dH3 2t$
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Miscclla n cous.
WANTED-BY ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN OF
20, Job of light work as JAnatorsblp, work
about house and coachman. Beat of ref'reaces.
Address C. W. Eagle office. dl St
Under this head 2c per line per day.
A GENTS WANTED.
Under this head 2c per line pr day.
A GENTS WANTED-TO ELL THE PINLEPS
XX. CLOTHES LINE, patent rxraUyIJwd It
hoid U. f iotbes without pin, they do not fre to
it and can not be blown off. Sample line tit by
mail. -"A-; M foot llr.e by mail. 1 1 2j. or circuliw.
Erlce llt and terms, addrs The Plnlefct Clothes
lae Co., 17 Hermon st, occtr, M.
1 w A Sat 9ra
TU" A NTED AGENTi-IN ENERY CITY. TOWS
and village In the l"altd J-taU lexct in
stat of Kansas) to take sob&cnpUoa. 1'c.juatjtflci
can make ibot. No capita i rMratrel. tjBpK
copies free. Cash comintexoss; roooey caa be mada
by getting Dp dabs. Address the W iciuta Ei-i.
T Jchita, Kan. 71-tf
WA NTEDMJSCELLANEO US
ANTF.D-STOCK Tf PASTTRE- GOOD FEED.
livln:: wtwr Iaaulre of &. H HmrciO.d. US
Ohio avenoe. Wichita- M fc W if
'ANTED-TO BUY FROM STOM FEET OF
.'rood-hand lawn note. .Mom i. is rood ran.
d:Uoc and cheap. Address E. Y. iL, c&re Eagie
oOce. l4t H-
T7 ANTED TO ARRANGE WITH SOKE
V party to t Ornish Be wttfe guoi croaus. Inqn.re
at itS t Ixwglas. 4 If
"ANTED EVERY LADY IN "T5DGWICK
I coantr Ml examtoe tbe e x-1oim1 Staaia
Cioter. th lt ad chpe 4sm csokra4(
mi-m oof-half 10 tw.tWr4 of gaMttoc War
ratM to fc Jat as refTestwL We d
prompUT th middle of May B nr? aod crdr
brfor that tjoe. 2 Solk Oak tre, ww ml
V, jb. HostnUer . aL )ar
"AN'TF.D-A OEXTLKilAN WISHES OXK
1 t-,ri.viini room. boa-.Jk wit -mu.it tatsulr.
bitftnwa. TMtur batlo-. cerr. bU4e TxrUottMn
aatf mra toA-M. . Eagi? lOJt
WANTEDA FCRNI3HED boom, wtth or
1 1 witboct UmdL Tetm ma M olitutt A
dris. cttt& tmK "W. F. U. care E&jj ja tf
AXTED PKAIRIE BREAKERS FHHTli
mer. Xpflf to R. Hmrrlwa. rW",MriVt
"i;TANTKr-A jqsrOND.aD XEXUiCTUV
KibUMM s4 Mt Ovar Co, Wit -
WANTED-PARTY TKOROCOHLY POSTED
te tb cmuafckMKift lanimm mstA Mabtanl
Ka th vr4i Ulbstarr te WldUU. Addt i- X
T'ATE-PIA.,0. 1HEAP mtL CAXM. AD-
ll'IvSTKft-TO RCT OTW RAXD rVKSU
wrxurtB-rESTr-rvrs. wmsm ash
Mai 3k smm r 1 1 . f.m.
THE PEOPLE'S COIUM.
Your Wants Supplied,
Lady retoucher from St. Louis deatrea a posi
tion In gallery-. Can do tlntlns also. A. L. N.. box
CO. Augusta, kan. 133 20
VED Horses and Vehicles.
BUSINESS CHANCE-WHOLK OK HALF IN
teret; the mot profitable, legitimate buslnos
in Kansas; only one of the bind west of Kansas
City; trade established; guarantee J SCO or over proSt
iaueiinemonuis; disability sole cause tor selling
or securing an active partner at once; t223 to 3a
part time. Call or address at once to J, J. Frost.
HU: south Main strett, Hutchinson, Kan. dl33 7t
Under this head 2c der line per day.
Under this head 2c per line per daT.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous,
Under this head 2c per line per day.
FOR :ALE-GOOD STOCK OF HARDWARE and
set of tinne -'s tools in a liely country town to
Sedgwick county, Kan. For particulars address
bwiit d: MankoC. Cclwick. Kan. It3t
IT'OR SALE-COUNTERS AND SHELVING IN
JU room tdl, East Douglas. Inquire at ttt). I5t'
JOR SALE-fTOCK OF GENEK-.L MERCHAN
. dlse in good town in Sedgwick county, good lo
cation, stock will invoice about ?4.(XO; guod reaoijs
forMlling. Address Merchandb, care of Eagle
T? OR SALE A PIANO, AT 217 S0UTHO5AG E.
J Wet .de: Til-
EORSALE OR TRADE FOR LOTS: AfNK
hennery 12x13. corner of Waco and Twentieh.
A. Fleemau. IfiMJl
"TOR SALE-A RANGE; GOOD A3 NEW;
JL1 cheap. Inquire at SR5 b. La wroace ave. dlt
TW ENT Y-FI VECENTS .HUNDRED.AT
thl- onice, old papn suitable tor packliur. Put
ting under arpetA. etc cllfi tf
F"oirSALE-ALOT OF GtX)D GUmT.UMBER
1. IH and l.W inch; will sell cheap. Kosmm sh
Vt Door lo. dli-t
70R SALE-MINING LANDS AND LEASES
In the lead and tine belt of Mcthwt-t. Mtcmurt;
twenty yean experleuce in the Joptio district
miue.-; correspondence solicited, r". i crwlrA Co..
JopUn. Mo AIM !
3;vRSALE AT A BAROAIN-CITY OR"f.RM
property, lmprovrtl or unimproved: landird
ten.Mil.-, buvers and sellers takt notice. Israttt liros
l- .N Market, new Israel blvxA; pbone 819. Jj6 tf
TORSALE AT A HARGAINbNE mToNK W
JL anl 40-horse power engines and boilers m fHrk'a'
Machin Wors, Wichiuu d UUH'
JT'OR Sale-DEKDx MORTGAGES AND ALL
kinds or lval L.i.uik; blHUk lecotpt books. Bota
books, etc, at the WlchltA Eagle oiUl'c Orders by
mu.l promptly attended to. dlfltt-tt
roil SALE-bCALKoOKS. SHORT HAND
JL writers' cote bodks, blank receipt and note
bookH and legal lilankb of every kind. Mail orders
promptly tttifiided to. Call on or apdres the AV iui
ita Kaglc. "N Ichlta. Kan. lUVtf
"irOR "SALE-A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPU
JL. map of thi-city of Wichita; give names of striset",
public buildings, colleges, park", etc. Me J2xl5 un
nuen paper, price b cW each, R lor 10 cent. JO
rents a dozen. Address the Ichlta agt, ichlta,
FOR SALE Farm Fropcrty.
X nder this head -c per line per day.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
l nder this head 2c per line per day.
I70R aALE-A GOOD "'AMTLYlFoTisE AXD
A phajlon buggj'. Inuulru of G. W.Jones. Kagle
block. H3 tf
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under this head 2c per lino per day.
IT'Olt b.LL CHEAP -HOUSEHOLD GOODS
JU and a top buggv. aj South Market. dlSS 81
WANTED Houses and Rooms
X. nder this head 2c per line per day.
FOR RENT Houses.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
IOR RENT - RKMDENUE FLAT; 4 ROOiW,
: sepurnte hall, lath rooni. etc.. In new brick
building. lortM-r North KmiKirla and Elm. Apply to
N. Bird, Cb .Norili Emporiu or IX North Main.
F"'i UoucIki and hmporla avenues. All fumitiHl
complete, tent rooms. A gool trade. I'onnsnitm
at once. John Goodj ear. 141 6t
g?FOR RENT-TWOSIX-R0OM COTTAGES.
rtl:L cheap, on on bouth Lawrence and th other
near packing house. A . J. llabb, 142 North itatn.
I?OR UENT-iTRST CLASS COTTAGE. i3rN.
. Topeka ave very attractive grounds, looation
unMuriMLsMjrt, to small family. Apply from i t
6 p. m. or at No. 1101 est Douglas nny hour. I1O-6
ff FOR" ItENT-ALbvELY HOME INItTvEU"l
EsHL side addition, nine rootns. also, six room Imki-9
oiiilewlttaienue, barn w ith eaoh. Applj to owner.
Alienor a ofhee. D. I. Green. ill tf
408JFOR RENT-JUNE 1, OR BEFOItlC PARTLY
iiHv furnished, for ihre mubtlu, a mc houin of
eight room., handsomely paporvd ami nlcf blu
gniKs; nice location, nve nilnulei waltt rrotn the
porfotllce, trin. reasonable to good partk. Ad
dross. -1). E ." ligle oflice. 11
TS FORRENT-ELEVEN ROOM Hofi.SE7V)R A
iiiii suit of room m tho bouse, f urulKhmi or uu
lurntshed. At llJN. Iiwrenco st. dl it
C" FOR RENT-NEW 1MIOOM HOUSE, WITII
tj-i barn, in north part of city. Duslrabto location,
convenient to car lines ami business, iwiulre of M.
W. Coulter. Fletcher block. lUtr
MFOH RENT OirALE BUSINESS ANDREhU
deuce property In all parts of the c.ty. lral
T?OR RENT-A HANDSOME COTTAGE ONCOL
X lege Hill Inquire at the KuaUtcky hat WJ
f? FOR RENT OR SALKRBSIDKNCKS IN ALL
Jiij. parts or the city. Wright b 31 1 Her .No. MS N.
laiu bi. 14-lf
FOR RENT Rooms.
Under this head 2c per llnepur day.
Tf OR VtENT-NICELYFURNIhllBD FRONT
JD room; three unfuraWnsl rooms. Oi Sonth To
peka. 114 t
Jj room tipper month, side room tl per wfk, 113
N Market. 11 W
?OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
"ITOR RENT-A FLAT IN THN BUTI,ER MIK-'K,
X 00 second Soor. conidaUng of Rve Tf-om.cu
room, clowta. bath roots, etc Apply to IL R. Bnt
ler. No. 'JJJ aouth Main street. JUIU
FOR RENT Stores.
Under this he&d 2c per line vr ear.
FOR RENT-STORE BOOM NO.SW EAST OAK.
with excellent oven. Good location tor grocery
or baker'. Apply at hardware store next door.
OR RENT-THB STORE BOOM No. 217 E.
UWiAAV1 T UN t. mVM, at u m nwmv eVM 4S
Roys, over a; R. Douglas. J2T tf
"I?OR RENT-BRICK STORE-ROOM NO 1 EAST
X Doogtasa avene. Sne otSe and aieeptor room, to
good MTtlet very low. in Bkhiaad htuc. ttarnea A
boa, Off Doeglaa avecne. d-tf
FOR R ENT Miscellaneous.
X. ndr this bad c per line pr jr.
I" rOR RENT -KANC M IN SIX AMOKE TOW X
; ship; UU3 arree; all tinder (Mice; hrln? water.
Dick Hartley. 1211 N. Lawrence. 41
IrtORREXT-f ACRES AT CALIFTA, KINO-
man cennty. Kai good s and ItM axr,
al-o, ranch for tale. Addre, Henry flfasetx To
peka, Kan. sffi I7t
MISCELLAN EO US.
Under thte head ie pr ee gr Jay.
jr C-THE BE."T IX0-F1LLER HAVANA- CI
O gar in tcrwn at 0 at -Rec', 2U9 NerU Matn.
i'Q DIFFERENT HRAXD CTOAR8 At M.
IvYI )r. V.ifc.ac, c afe. anrt Ule xnen' Ut(
at our inunewe line at 'Kee'. 2 JirU U,
T EARN TELEOK.JiY AT TATKi3t
ceilegn. 9ts rjgi aeon-. Wicntta, Kj. s-d fer
ctrcsan and bee raUrend ?. (M Is
FOR RENT Farm Fropcrty.
UntrUtt V-d3e j-Bnj--T-
fnder tH head Jt pr Mne prr
Dotoc want mmur -j t ltdccm. ij
lMrwThdUac. w:f! iwlMnllM
an. aavMn. hewHMd ewdUren, waits. a
aii kisa ef ad eeennty
M6s et to loan on n marviix PlAJCoi.
nrgaaa. nee-, wnln. . tjeeu. t, in
MDuamt tram t9 9 at nintibi; nav. D5;
Kf.rwnSireVtiii MSwf UMi
GJirY T LOA"vjrATEHffT11
B4.&7 " d -m txjrsnx. until. nam fe--m.
eu lJtw A Janenn. ttanfe M.
ZL IZJ.wv i A.i-fi .i aaate -ia istaret
31 a'Ajntw. hcmaeneln hmMni g. etc .Ven
hen. If m 3y U finantnfnyj
XfOEt TM SXAN -WKT TthJJt oTT AT
e. 2SWntanwslMnrWMi. Ku I
FQ UN It.
rAr th MnOenarMiM'nirnay.
mm an mnpennr fnpny.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN
Your Wants Supplied.
Under this head 3c per Una per ixy.
T OST--WHITE POINTER. DOO. WITH LEMON
JU colored er5, smail lemon colored pot on top ci
-?aaJ5?rfottalIi ha a leather collar Trtm
vJ-M;JcJar,i7oanftm6P,ate- A hberal reward win
.wi.rrlsr,i,urn,t,lleBc of the Excelsior
Oil Tank: Line, 1U N Market St. J. L aarkTlulSj
T .OSTC GOLD ILMR PIN. SET WITH TEARX.
1 J ssnnhtn anil dUnuuiB D,iu.t. TT
at this omce and get reward. ltO-U
LOST-A L.X.DIE-S SMALL CORD PURSE WITH
bras. bangles attached, containing gold and.
5 cents. Leave at this efflco aad receive reward.
Under this head Sc per lteo per day.
QTRAYED OR STOLEN-A SORRBL COLT 3
O years oM; unbroken, star ta fwrohead. lh In,
left car, medium build, no brands. A ftt reward,
-will be paid for return of same. Heary Schailrtrr
QTRAYED FROM THE UNDERSIONED. nvR
O Ruby. Sedgwick conty. dark brown ltorjw.
about S years old. Ut or 14 haodn high, a itti'.n
sprung 1h knees; weight about LCW pondv At l
fonaation can bo loft at Longaoekec's bars en Weji
Douglas ac K W. Dora a. dlfctf
Under thta bead 9c per lta per day.
TITtradea noi fuTm7joIT clear!
wu lMprowd. flrx boiidtwrs. te M Icawerr
coanty. Kan., for siuall farm mm- city. AAirrss
Kwm INOat coapany. cotmc TMnt ami Flfifi
I70R trade - -aluXbi. on. paintings
X for vacant iota, Addras ''Art. "lata aMIr.
FOR SALE- City Real Estate.
I adrr this lit ad per line par tep.
Uidtr this bed Je prr Ue vr day.
Uadr this bd 3r pr IUm mt day.
Under this head 5c per line ft- day;
A handsome lithograph ma? f this alty. eostatru
lne the names of all la strrtx, parki. etles asd
pablto buiUtavc. lwrtM. elo. A rrs?u wajv
twelve by AiteN incaoi, on linen paptr. aaa b hd
it this office for 1Q ctAts eaoh. il
RA1LROA 1 TIMISTA B T-S.
MI.-acOCKt VAJ-WK- K. K.
I .tiwttrn, 1 tun
Fort i-cott, Kan CKy, M.
Loabt awl eaMrra ex
'Ma mj (Urn
MM AM irOAK
H6rx 00 rvf
Fort .-cott, KAnm. . y. ht
l.ml aitd eastern n
CuIiwbv pnr.it AnUMay
nnd Kiowa ex ..
Conway .priwp, Anthony
and Kiovta rx
UntihlnMMi. Mrrling ad
and Denver ex .
All trains run daily.
Depot i-ecoml and Wlciitta streets: Oek (USenCT
North Main Uml R. K. Hv.sc.Ki.er.
PatveWftH- aitd Ticket AgHit.
KEW TIME T.Mll.K CM1CA04. HOCK. HNXO &
f'Grret Hock Island Rewt.k
In eilect on and after Aptit & 1SH
TKXl .N S I AWHtVt i,RAVB
DOING OHTH ANt K.m.
No. 2 Colorado !prlip.
Denver and PaclAo CoaM
Lxiren dalir .
No. 2 Kanan City, tt. ImiLm
and Chicago. Through
Mail and ex. daily .
No. 4 Kansat City. SC LottM
ml lulcagu night ex.
No. iu Accommodatto.!
ualiy eirept suimay. ...
No. 3 Kanras City, hC Lets
and Chicago ex. daily
No. I Kwim' City, M. Loale
and Chicago through mad
and ex. dally
No. Ill Aoroniinmlatiou. dally
Elrgaut re llntne chair ear ou alt t-ralaa, and
Pullman slpers front Wichita to Kaa.i CMy and
Chicago without i-Jutugs on night trains. Tfckni
sold and bagxagu checked through to all Mtaln
north, -south, ea-t and wi-n. and steamahlp OeVrii
poldtoall Kiirnpeau imMiiU at kwwt rafea. titr
ttrk'it offlrn Kfi Lat ouglAS aTmBf eorarr Main
street, paaonger xutloa oorner DottsUa ami Mead
avenuce. Telephone H.
c a. KrTirmronp, Ttekrt A en.
Jno. seiiajtia v, u T ti P. A, ChKmra. I1L
.t. iol-i a sav rn a. vetneo b. r.
TKAVs: I AMKIVr I MATf
Goimr West, inm (te Klh-,
-worth 1.. ' tit am
Going Hint, pa-M. 4atti atl
Going Eat. pari'r .
( Itv t'nlOM Ticket wSkt, m Nn Main atreeC,
aim unioB Depot, LMNHtlaaave
wickita a vntvnowf k. n.
fTotng Wkm, paa !lljy)..
Going Wft, freight
. . 1 ii rx
D. H KMOlin. Frrttfht A Pai. Act. Mi X. Mai.
bupt tor 4M and !iiba.
Union Ttrkrt effleu ta Netth Mate U, and at
Union Depot, IHenrlaa atMHM. W. ZJ. MOTUK.
ATCIHSOK. lUrtOiX aKAXTaniN. M.
thaivm; TAiuMriTl utXri
NOKTH Al UAST
w4era ex prow
Colorado and Callforbta
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REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
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