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Sit MMiifaSasIjet-iraaatrPfxrmiti $$Iaij 25? 1890.
Eeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock
Yards for 24 hours 40 cattle, 582
hogs, and for the week just closed 639
cattle, G009 hogs. Quite a Sailing off in
cattle receipts, but a grain of 1,171 hogs
over the previous week, and a gain of
605 hogs over the wsek before, which
was the banner week in the history of
the yards. Cattle receipts again very
light and market stronger. There were
some very fine butcher cattle among
the offerings; also some stockers and
feeders.-Everything sold at good fig
ures. The hog market opened steady at
yesterday's closing prices and all the
car hogs sold at that price, $3.62 1-2.
The market closed steady to strong.
Some shippers held their hogs over for
Monday's market expecting to get bet
ter prices. Chicago market was steady
and Kansas City closed strong.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK: MARKET.
"Wichita. Kam, May 24.
Receipts 40; shipments none. .
The receipts were very light, not enough, in fact,
tOBoarounu. Buyers were all anxious for more
Ptaff and were much disappointed at the light re
ceipts. There were fcome very good butcher cows
h nd heifers aUo some good steers. Every thine sold
for strong prices and indications are fair for a
Ptroger market during the early part of the iwee .-.
The Chicaco market closed steady and Kansas City
j-tronger. There vasaBtrong feeling on this mar
ket at the cloe.
Native shipping steers, fancy. UOO1OT
jj3 4 -o K4AI
r.oodto'extra'isOaiiOO : 4 4 w
jajgjbg .0 4 (U
Good butchers strs.'fGO&iaM 3 25 3 40
Native feeding steers ?
Native stackers r, & Si ot
Choice covrs and heifers... - -" i
-airto good cows and haifers - &- it
Fatyearling : ffi fij z(
Good yearlings - ri : ;'
Canners - (9 '
Poorer grades and bcallawags . 300 M
Veal calves 4 jQ i 00
Following are the representaUve sales of cattle at
tho stock yards today:
No. Description. Av'ge. Price,
38 Butcher steers 030 3 5
IX) Kansas half breed 3-year-old feed
ing steers. per head 27 50
67 ranhandle -'-year-old Blockers per
1 Bull 13.7) 2 00
1 null J 2 40
1 Bull W0 2W
53 Heifers 2 - -Hi
1 Heifer W M
2 Cows 121a ..00
1 Cow 1-0 Kh
2 Cows l'j 2..
2 Cows 10O 2 70
1 Cow "10 2 70
2 Cows ll. 2 CO
2 Odws lOTVI 2 CO
1 Cow 70 2 a
1 Heifer JS 2 50
1 Cow W" 2 a
1 Canner -. J"
3 Canner ftd 2 fj?,
1 Canner I J J
3 Canner -K" 1
3 Canner 1010 3 l
1 Veal call 5 00
Closing day receipts the lightest for the week, but
the eek's receipts are the largest in tho historv of
the yards. The receipts are now crowding 10,003 a
week, and if prices should show any material ad
vance during next week the number of hogs on the
market will undoubtedly reach 10,030. The week's
market has been a declining one throughout, record
ing bieaks of 27.1c daily. Some hogs held over
lor Monday's market, expecting to realizo higher
priass. Kansas City closed strong at yesterday's
prices. The indications point to a strong market
Ionday and possibly higher prices.
The following are tho representative salso ot hos
at the yards today:
No. Dock. Average. rnicn
7 .... 243 3 C2W
(0 .... 32
67 .... 217 3B2
3.-. ... 2K .112',$
fli .... 225 S'HJa
n? m 2.-a araJa
W -..-. 2 32
(V 40 2.il 3&"jj
;8 .... 230 3 62j)
There have been very few sheep offered this week
cot enough to make a mnrket. Uood lambs and mut
ton sheep aro in good demand at strong prices.
Hood mutton sheep. HVU00 4 OO&t OT
Good stock, wethers, 7&2S5 3 0Ol3 50
Good to extra lambs 4 30a.t 00
"Wichita Horso and 3IuIo Market.
WicniTA. Kan.. May 24.
The receipts are again running light. Fanners
teem to be too busy to come, in with stock. There is
toot nearly enough stuff being offered to supply tho
Extra draft horses
J125 00.3.150 (V)
100 00115 00
, 300 OOUi 0J
, 70 Wb '.Old
, 350 oiv;wr. 0J
300 OU-.ZKi 00
.. !C. (Kksllll 0)
75 OOf.t 00 00
, 25 50&.r0(K)
5 CXXjft 75 TO
fO 00 00 00
Good draft liorses
Mules, 14 hnnds
Mules. lo4 nauas.
W UOtilflj (W
Mules. heavy. 3GJ1CH nands 3r 0031 .
G. C. Stnyton, of Voils & Stayton, came
in from Milan with one car of hogs and
one car of mixed stock.
"W. T. Hall, ML Hope, was on the mar
ket with a car of hogs.
H. H. "Walker, "Walton, sent in a car of
hops for today's market.
SykesBros., Murdock, marketed a car
C. H. Elliott came in from "Wilmot with
three cars of hogs.
II. B. Craig, Leon, had a car of hogs on
Gustavo Koch, Cheney, sent in a car of
Tho addition to the new j-ards is pro
gressing nicely and is assuming large pro
portions. It is surprising how things do
spread around the new live stock market
of the southwest.
J. K. McGregor has been one of the heav
iest and strongest cattle buyers on tho
market all week. "Mac" is a good buyer
and knows the weight, quality and value
of cattle as well as any man around tho
Mr. Grimes, who for several years has
been cattle buyer for a large meat market
in the city, is now buying on his own ac
count at the yards. He has been a liberal
buyer all week and has paid good prices.
He has had years of experience and thor
oughly understands his business.
The decliue in the live cattle and dressed
beef in British markets, and the advance
in the home markets has caused American
shippers to lose heavily. They have heavy
frieght contracts and must continue to
fchip or pay frieght.
Bradstreet's reports tho available supply
cast of tho Rockies the past week derceased
59(5,000 bushels wheat and 1.149,000 bushels
corn, but increased S0,000 bushefe oats.
The Liverpool Corn Trade Xews has re
ceived reports from all counties of Eng
land regarding winter wheat, and S2 per
cent report the crop in good condition and
8 per cent as indifferent.
LIVE STOCK MAEKET. .
Kansas Citt. Mo.. May 24. CATTLE Receipts
ri; shipments TOO. Market &$10c higher. Steers
6054 90; cows, UX-tS 65; stockers and feed
ers, J3'.kit3 75. HOGS Receipt, 6.50, shipments
500. Market strong. All grades. 53 65.4
177)4'; bulk J3 70J 75. SHEEl'-Hecetpta 3TO;
Ihipments. 2900. Market steady. Good to choice
euttons J4 UV5 00: stockers and feeders 5J Sya sO;
nibs J2 503 CO
ST. 1.0C1S. Mo May 21. CATTLE. Receipts
kik shipments 3(1XX Market easy. Fair to dacv
Iteersf4 00g4 9 common light JS 0S JU; Vorkers
U 7a3 S5; grass fed Texans J2 5CU3 $5. HOGS Re-
CniCAGO, I1U Mar 24 CATTLE-Kecelpts,
KWO shipments . Market slow, su-ady. Hoove
14 0X3$ 00: steers. $3 704 50, stockers and
r-ederh. f3 MVJS M; cow, bulls and mixed,
!3 7tv3 25; Texas steers fi S0SS SO. HOGS-Recelpts
4.000: shipments . Market steady. Mixed
3Si54 00: heavy JS SV25 00, light S2 S0g4 00: skip fS 20
B3 45. SHEEP Receipts. 10,10; shipments . Market
anil, XaUves $4 OOgfi CO: wetem f4 o04 S3; Tex
ns. $4 00.5 25; lambs, f5 0337 00.
"Wichita Provision Marie.
Wichita. Kan, May 24.
The packers have done Qggc4, week's trcsinej!.
There has been quite an active demand for hog pro
ducts. Prices have ruled fairly steady all week and
close a little weak.
SUGAR CURED MEATS Canvass or plain hams,
20 lbs and up 9HHc.hams 3S201bs 13c,hama ; me
dium and up 30J32c. hams small site 10(312 lbs 11
12Kc, California picnic hams Tc, breakfast hac on
(full width or strips) W10c, dried beef-ham (extra
dry) Sc. smoked beef tongues per doz. ?3 CO. cottage
or bonelcs hams SK-C'ew York shoulders fi3b'4CCai
fornla bacon 6j4"c Tennesee bacon Olio rolled fahoul
ders boneless 8c, ...,,.
SIDE MEATS Short clear sides packed (dry salt
?6 OOftS 15 per 100 lbs, clear flitches 4c English bel
lies CHc. long clear sides 15 75.5 sashouldeis OmM.
clear backs 6 006 25 per 10) lbs, long clear bacon
16 303C65 crt. short clear bacon W 2oS6Jp. clear
bacoa backs $G 50SG 'A bacon flitches $6 oOSi -o.
tacon shoulders 5f. . . .
SAUa,VQE Fresh pork sansage Xo 1 563c. fresh
pork sausage (extras) 7c, Vienna and and in
furtlOc, head cheese Sc bolognas rounds 4!goc.
bolognas middles 43.5c, nickles bologna 4 V&X.
tongue sausage 5c, llvtr sausage 5c, blood pudding oc
IARD Basis Tc's. choice family tc baker s spe
cial CMc. pure leaf 7c Whlttaker's Star TJic Tiitta
ker's pastry G?ic. , ,
FRESH MEATS BEEF Sides orwhole carcasses
&6Mc. hind quarters (ftca.'Xc. fore quarters 4c
loins 8ai0c PORK-Pork loins Cc, tender loins He.
spare ribs 5c, 3ack bones 2c.
PREPARED PICKLED GOODS-PIg's feet put in
halvps and spiced. Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 2j. kltts. L
lbs. 75c. Pickled and spiced pig's tpngue-Kitts. 3o
lbs.?175. Tripe, pickled and spicedQuarter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 50, kltts. Id lbs. C5c
Wichita "Wholesale Fruit Market.
Wichita. Kan, May 24.
Tho deaiera all report a large business for the
week. Strawberries have arri ed In fair quantities
dailvbutin rather poor condition until within tho
last 'day or two they have been better. Oranges and
bananas !n fair supply and prices firm.
ORAMJES-Mexicar. S3 754 00 per box, baskets
S3 754 (.California Mediterranean sweet S 4 0t4 50
per hox-Me-sIna S3 754 00 per box. Imperial $4 oQ
per box. San Diego 4 25per box.
IjEMON'S Messina per bos. i-4 505OX
STKAVKERRIES-S2 (X5 20 per crate.
PINE APPLES 53 5034 00 per doz,
APPLES None in market.
nANANAS J2 00 3 00 per bunch, fancy $3 50 per
FIGS layers 15lSc per 3b H oval boxes ?350
3 75 per 303.
DATES Persian 00 lb boxes, S)9o per lb, Fard,
12fil4 lb boxes. 32$c per lb.
HONEY California. 1 lb frames, 17lSc per lb.
Wichita Grain ilarket.
Wichita. Kan, May 24.
Wheat-Receipts for the week 6,200 bushels. Tho
market has been active and firm during the entire
week and closes strong to higher. Wheat is wanted
by both millers and shippers.
Corn Receipts for the day SS.SjO bushels and for
the week 219,250 bushels. The receipts have run
heavy during the entire week and prices have ruled
steady. The market shows a decline of one cent on
corn and oats today.
O.its Kecelpts for tho day 11,250 bushels and for
the week 75,150. The week's receipts are without
doubt the heaviest ever received on this market.
Prices have been steady throughout but close a cent
Rye The receipts have been very light and prices
strong, not enough being offered to supply the actual
Receipts for 24 hours: 31.200 bushels corn; 13.000
GRAIN Car lots on track:
are quoted at 70c and down.
CORN No 3 or better 21c, white 22a
RYE No 3, or better 35c:57
HAY ?4 50 per ton, ?4 00 in car lots. .,
GROUND CORN Chop in car lots 50c per 100 lbs.
Wichita Flour Market.
Wichita. Ivan, May 24.
Tho flour market rules a little quiet with sales
mostly locaL nolders are Ann in their views and
claim that prices must go higher. The week's trad
ing has been fair.
Rest patent, per cwt standard price ?2 (7)
Second grade "" 2 30
Extra faucy 2 20
Shlpstuff, bulk .50
"Wichita Produce Market.
Wichita. Kan., May 24.
Potatoes in good supply and prices unchanged
Garden truck coming in freely, prices steady at
quotations. Eggs have been in light supply during
the week and prices firm. Lots of butter ou tho
market and prices weak.
POTATOES Kansas 50c per bushel, northern 75c
f I!AGES New 5c
ONIONS Nonn in market.
PIE PLANT-lc per lb.
SPINAGE re per 11).
LETTUCE 10c per lb.
RADISHES 12k'C per doz. bunches.
ASPARAGUS 25c per doz. bunches.
SPRING- ONIONS 10c doz bunches.
PARSLiEY 22c doz bunches.
EGOS 'JKfioIOo per doz.
BUTTER Fancv creamery 37c. choice creamery
34c. choice butter 12fy.llc, fair 12c.cookIng butter 6c.
CHEESE Ea-tern full cream 13c, hair cream 11
12c. skim SaOc. limburger 32!14c brick 351G. full
cream Swiss 3G.Uldo.
CHICKENS Dressed 63i2'aSc per lb, live J2 o3
TURKEYS Live G7c per lb, dressed 9311c.
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita. Kan, May 24.
The week's business has been very satisfactory
and shows an increaso oer (he corresponding week
one year ago. Prices firm at quotations.
SOLE LEATHER-rlaughterJ 29331c B. A. 27
29c. good damage 21 r2-c
HARNESS Acorn oak 37c. No 1 oak o4c, L. II. 32c
Union 30c. Hemlock 27c. . . .
CALF-Domustic fiScH 00. French SI O0Q1.50.
CUT HALF SOLEs-Extra heavy S3 50, heavy
S3 00, medium S2 50, light $1 25&1 75.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
Wichita, Kan, May 24.
There has been quite an active demand for hides,
which rule Arm in price.
HIDES No 1 green 3?fc per lb. No 2 green Sc per
lb. No 1 green valt 4C No 2 green salt SJicdry hides
537Wc per lb, bulls and Fta;;s 2Hc.
TALLOW No 1. per lb. No 2 2ac
SHEEP PELTS-d0375c each.
Wichta Wool Market.
Wichita. Kan, May 24.
Bright condition Brlftht medium 15c heavy me
dium He light line 13c, heavy lino 12c.
Earthv conditions Medium 13c. line 9311c, coarse
ll,13c, "Mexican select grades 12Hc, coarse and
' MARKETS BY TELEGRAPE
New York 3Ioncy.
New Yorit. May 24.
Money on call easy, and no loans, closing offered
at : percent.
Prime mercantile paper ."W7.
Sterling exchange quiet steady at S4 S3J for CO
dav bills and ?4 S5M for demand.
The total shIo of stocks today were 200.100 shares.
Stocks today were dull but strong.
4os coupon 103H
Pacific Cs "95 115
Missouri Cs 100
Chicago & Alton 131
Clilcago, Burlington & Qnlncy lOfSi
Lake Shore HUS
Mis-onri Pacific '&
Northwestern - HtA
New York Central 10-ff
Readimr -. si
Rock Island 9H
Union Pacltlc ("H
Western Union St
Chicaco Grain and Produce.
CHICAGO, 111., May 24. A good business
was transacted in wheat today. Opera
tors, soon after the opening became im
pressed with the idea that some one was
belling wheat very freely and loading up
the crowd, and th"is started a rather gen
eral desire to realize. The selling was un
settled and opening sales for July were
from Kc to He under tho closing yester
dav, held steady for awhile and then de
clined to a point 2c below closing prices,
fluctuated some and closed about lc
lower than yesterday. May closed about
In corn there was a continuation of the
weak feeling and a still further decline
was recorded on all futures. The market
opened at about the closing yesterday and
under free offerings gradually sold off s'
cent, ruled steady and closed Yi cent
lower than vesterday.
Oats were fairly active, but weaker and
There was very little doing in pork.
Opening sales were 15c advance but prices
reached TgilOc, again 15g20c, and then
Only a moderate trade was transacted in
lard, within a steady feeling.
The short rib market attracted very little
attention. Prices exhibited very little
The leading futures ranged as follows:
June .,..,...;.. .
i IS CO
! 33 15 l 3X 25
I IS 25 35 35
I 6 4J
ft. -l ' C k
iXh 5 3p
5WHi 5 574J,' 55
Cash quotations were as loaow;
FLOURTStcady. "Winter 84 4 SO, patcnta, 84 C5 J
JOO. Davtdsox, Pres. o. A. WalexbV. P.
Join; Debet, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 00,000
STOCKU'D'KS' T,TAP,TTil7ET. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Basic In-tho Btate
Shippers of Live Stock can save "both,
time and money by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
4 75. for f traigh spring patents $4 T5o 25; straights
WHEAT No. spring 94HS35C. Xo. 2 red S4H95c
BARLEY Nominal 50c.
TIMOTHY $1 SO.
SHORT RIB&-J5 25.
SHOULDERS Dry salted J5 105 20.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES Jo 7C5 60.
WHISKY tl !.
SUGAR Cut loaf CJfgTJCc; granulated S&a stand
ard A CHc.
Auticles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat ..." " 3S,(J00 37.000
Corn S55003 4X!,Oa)
Oats S16.000 237,000
BUTTER Easier. Fancy separater 34I5c: finest
creamery 1314c, finest dairy USllc; fine C
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Mo., May 24.
Tiio Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR Quiet and firm, hotter tirade 5ffll0c
hicher. XX C5c; XXX 75c; family 1 Oj; choice $1 40:
fancy (1 C5; estra fancy $1 701 SO; patent ?2 COS
WHEAT Steady. No 2 hard cash and May S6c
No. 2 i ed cash 92c hid. iCc asked,
CORN'-Steady. No. 2 cash )c; May 2S?ic hid, 29c
OATS-Steady. No. 2 cash 2727c. May2ochld,
RYE Steady. No U cash and Muy 47c.
HAY Steady. Fancv prairie. Mi 507 00,
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common $3 C5;
chemical and refined $3 70.
FLAXSEED 51 25.
BUTTER Good to fancy Creamery 15H16c.
EGGS Finn at lie.
CHEESE Northern twins and Youni; American
LIVE POULTRY Steady. Choice hens S3 00.33 50,
roosters 52 OOrtJ.2 5(h Spring chickens $125fel 3a
BREAKFAST BACON $3 25.
DKIED BEEF-S7 50.
DRIED SALT MEATS-Short rlhs 55 75. long
clear ih 50: shoulders 91 25; short clear $5 75.
SMOKED MEATS Lons clear 56 OU; bhoulders
85 (ft short cleir sides $0 25.
New York; Produce.
New York. May 24.
WHEAT Dull and lower. No. 2 red cash
CORN Active, weaker. No. 2, 40c.
OATS Dull, weaker. No. 2 white 35.iCKc.
COFFEE Firm. Sales 33,500 bags. Spot Rio qniet
" SUGAR Refined firm. Standard A CI5-1CC.
confectioner's A 5 l-10c; granulated (51-16.cubcs
03-lfic powdered 6Jic
EGG Firmer. Western 35'.;15cM.
BUTTER Weak. Western cieamery Gllc, west
ern dairy 6c all.
CHEESE Steady. 4St,.c
St. Xouls I'roduce.
St. Lodi?. Mo., May 24.
FLOUR Weak. Choice 83 353 40: fancy
83 ;K4 10: extra fancy ?4 50S4C0 patents 5 CO
wh'e AT Low er. August 2K2Hc December 2Kc
below yestenlnv. No. 2 red cash 'JThfflTOac; July
J35tc. August Ultc; December 04Mc t , ...
CORN-lKc below yesterday. No, 2 cash olJ3Slc;
July -.iVifr. August 31H-31Jj,c asked.
OAT-Lower ami dull. o 2 cash2c bid; July
closed 2oc. Augst 29c bid.
RYE No. 2. 52 bid.
B A R LEY Nominal. No market.
ATTOBTETS AT LAW.
Tncs. 0. Wilsox. Jos. A. Brchachek.
WILSOX & BRTTBACMEIt,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlCS-tf
W.P.Campuel.. Jas. L-Drsn.
C All P BELL BYJERj
Attorneys at Ln.v. Wictflta. Kan. lOGtt
H. C. Slcs3. w. E. Stanley.
SL USS a STAXLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
J. R. H Auowitt, J. E- Hen
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL tC HUME.
Lawyers, 312 N. Main Street. Wich.ta. Kansas.
J. H. HOH11BA UGH, .
Attorney at Law. Attorney for Western Collec
tion Bureau. Rooms 17 and 15, No. 154 N. Market
street, Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2. 4 and 6 2C3 N. Main St.. Wichita,
John w.adams. G. w. c Jonks. g. w.adaus.
ADAMS, JONES ADAMS,
Attornovs at Law. Office, first stairway east of tho
Yicbtia"National Bank. llS-tf
W. H. BRIDCVBACGn. W. H. RADCH.
BRIDEXBAUGH & RAUCH,
Attorneys at Law.
Rioms 5 and 7 at 2Cfl North Main Street. JC9
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuiti on, prr annum, 5150. Addre
ister Superior, Si sters of Charity, B V. M. I05-t
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Su?rrintadoa. Rooms IS and i:
BitUnc bloat. "WicliitA. IOtnas
W. JR. MoFHERSOX,
Architect. Room 15, - 2)0 North Main Etreet.
Wichita, Knss. UT-U
W. T. rROtTDPOOT. O. w. BIRD
BROUDFOOT 0 BIRD,
Architects and Snperinuadenta. 02co in Tech
The Photographer. Pictures In nil sUes and tyl
He also carries the finest assortment of picture
frames in the city. Give him a friendly call and
E. E. HAMILTOX, M. D.
5pecUUt3ec Diseases of ths
? Catarrh iaii 2TU&? slassea.
i. Oface 327 N. MArkes jtre-t.
ursei a .uyert aiocn.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN . AND ; SCRGEON.
orrrac J nrsroctcr:
31 East Docslas Atc. 1 125 Nona Market Strset,
ELDRME & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas.
REFERENCE-Bradstreefs Report, Citizens' Bank, Kansas Natl Bank.
SI. C. CAMPBELL. R. W. ELDRIDGE.
Cattle Salesman. Hog Salesman.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
HYE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEECHAETS
DR. I. C. WILSOsh.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. Office
113 Eat Douelas avenue over Paul Jones fc Co.'s
drug store, Wichita, Kanwus! 15I-tf
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Dentist. Office 314 N". Main over Smith & StOTer's.
Yitalteed air administered. Residence t2S N. To
peka avenue, Wichita. Kansas. 93-lf
Full sets of teeth 55, 8S and 510;
Gold Fillings 81and up; Silver 75c;
E-tracting with coacaine SOc We
BOYD'S DEXTAL ROOMS,
Dr. T. F. Boyd. Dr. J. A. Hollenberger,
113 East Douglas Avenne. ISO
J. IT. PHILLirS. S. E. THILLIPS.
PHILLIPS C PHILLIPS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Vc:erinary College Asso
ciation. We aro prepared to do all kinds of reterinarr
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. We use an operating tablo
instead of throwing horses.
Office, 314 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
E. Y. MUXSELL, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and
Catarrh. Rooms 13 and 35
No. 205 North Main street.
Residence. 3200 South Em
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Femalo and children's dlssases'a sprecialty. Home
for Ladies during confinement. Strictly private
when po desired. Lottcrs of Inquiry confidential
nnd answered immediately on receipt of came.
Home. 711 South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Offlco hours 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday. 9 to
vi Room 17. Fechlielmer Buildlnc.
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public,
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land in sedgwlcx counry. itoom zib sea
wick block. Can he found durinir business hours
county building. i0S-tf
"s'ew Pullman Car on the Santa Fe Route Ho
twecn Wichita and St. Joseph.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo rail
road are now running in their night train
leaving "Wichita at 8:50 p. ni. a new combi
nation Pullman sleeping and chair car
Wichita to Su Josehp, through Topeku
and Atchison. This car arrives af Topeka
at 4:o5 a. m. Atchison at 6: 40 a. in. and St.
Joseph 7 o'clock a. m. The Santa Fo is
the onlv line having this arrangement
from Wichita. W. D. aIuedock.
3tf, Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Southern excursion rates in effect May
20, via the Frisco line, limited thirty days
for the round trip, at a little more than
one fare, to the following points: Pine
ville, Kv., 3Iiddleborough, Ivy., Columbia,
Tenn., Florence, Ala., Decatur, Ala., Shef
field, Ala., Cullman, Ala., Ocean Springs,
Miss., Birmingham, Ala., Calera. Ala.,
Evergreen, Ala.. Chipley. Fla. Also ex
cursion tickets to Fort Worth via Paris,
Tex., at one fare for the round trip, lim
ited June 3. Dates of sale, May 7 to 2Sth
inclusive. 139 tf
Xow is the Tlmo to Go East or West.
Read the following cut rates via the
"Great Rock Island Route:"
To Chicniro S14.10, first class
To Chicago 11.10, second class
To Denver $7.50, first class
To Colorado Springs $7.50, first class
To Pueblo S7.50, first class
Corresponding low rates to intermediate
points and points beyond. Ticket ollices,
100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street, and at Passenger station. 110 tf
UNCLE SETH ON BROWNING.
Pve been a readin' Brownin' out schoolmarra
said he writ
The tallest kin' er potery tho worl's diskh-ered
Now I like potery better pla, or any kin' cr sass,
An' hanker for't like winter cows n-hnnkerin' for
I took the book down to the. brook, ssz L 'TH herr
I'll soak myself in potery nn' sentiment, an slch;
The brook'll kinder keep in tane, the bobolink an'
Win sing their song, an' bo keep time with this
great poet's words."
An' so I started In to read; twas jest Hke rhSin'
In a big, bnmpin', dingle cart, right over new
An' now en' then tho ex 'nd break, an' down you'd
Then two or throe more wheels 'nd bust an' then
the boss ud stop.
An'"then ho'd startofl on a rush, an' go a-whirlm'
Sometimes tho cart wuz sideways, an' sometimes
An' then therofl cccso an awful Jolt, a kinder
An' fust yo'd knoir, ttw dlnxla cart 'ud bust an' go
I 'spose that's wen the poem stopped; I didn't
read no more;
My bones wuz mixed permiscu's Hire, on all my
jints wuz sore;
The-bobolinkflcw up a tree, an' never raised a. yip.
An' I went home, aa' thirtcn weeks was laid np
'ith the crip.
S. W. Foss in Yankee Blade.
1ub tho Baby to Sleep.
A matron, "who has aa average of fift
babies in her care every year, advises rub
bing as a means of quieting a restless child
and getting a narrons one to deep. Her plan
is to strip the morsel of humanity, pponge it
off with tepid soapy water, dry it thoroughly
with a rof i towel and, begirmmg at the little
pink sole, rnb it all OTer. At first tber
niay be rebellion, but gradually it will eub
side, the younjster will begin to purr and
"goo1 with enjoyment, and under the sooth
ing influence of magnetism it will drop off to
sleep, rest well and Trako up in the noming
refreshed and cheerful. The value of this
operation can be varied by rabbins the little
limbs and body up and down until the Seen
becomes warm and pink one t'"ne and the
nert day having tho motion rotary that is,
take th delicate ankle in one-hand, -wrap-pin;
the fingers as closely about it as possfola
and not hurt tb child. In this -sray wort up
and down the legs and arras until the child
becomes quiet. The body may be rubbed
or stroked m the some "Pray. This massage
treatment of the tonsils, tnrcat and chest,
with the hand moistened x-ith campberated
oil or vaielica, "RiH Trard c2 the throat
trouble or relSere a cold. Sew Tort World.
"Talk to the boy who smokes cTgar
ette3,"Kiys The Buffalo Espres?; "appeal
to bis common esse. To bascre, to-be
sure. Whistle aho!e into the east wind.
JL t3ral Scpposition.
Ted One of thcdiice msscHirsf adver
tises a Phantom Hen.
Xed Whit.dojshe clc?
-Tci:L333 chsSfeJLE?e. Iif e.
3 T V
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I Af L
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The following: rates under the different headings
trill bo charcL
CaFPayable Strictly in Advance.
Vo adrcrtiseinents token for less than 10 cents.
One line advertisements charged same rate as two
N0 ADV3TRTlSEaiEi,TS TAKEN "TO RUX UX
I?rlces given nndar classified heads In this column
applicable only to local advertisements. To foreign
aSvortiiements taken tt price3 given.
Answers to advcrtiseinenta sent tn care of tht
EUgle offlco fihonld be called for within 30 davs
after Insertion. TThea advertisers wish repljs for.
warded to thera stamped envelopes most bo scat.
Refcrencs to ionsar adveriLsementa should give
description and date ol Insertion or copy or the ad
vertisement, should ho sent.
Not rtspoastblo f er advertisements given or dis
continued by telephone.
WAX TED FEMALE HELP.
Under this head 2c per lino per day.
"WANTED- GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
T housework. 405 South Lawrence ave. (I 6 Cz
"TTTANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR SSIALL r-AJU
lly. Must be nrstclass. J. D. Houston. S. 13
Fechheimer hlk. d C C
WANTED-GIRL AT 324 "WACO AVENUE. AP
ply immediately. Geo. G. Matthews, d 0 6
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages at 1151 N, Topeka av.
T7 ANTED A GOOD GIRu FOR GENERAL
? housework. Apply at 4C& "NVaco, 9 to llu.m.,
3 to 5 p. in. Mrs. A. b. Munson. dut
"VT7ANTED-G00D GIRL FOR GENERAL
T housework in family of two. Inquire at oflice,
SS3 S. Emporia. d 2tf
"TV-A-NTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
r housework in a small family. Apply at
Royal Spice Mills, 112 and 114 S. Emporia ave. d 35t
"TJANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. Enquire 413 North Waco, Mrs. Geo. L.
Rouse, Jr. 2 tf
WANTED-GOOD GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK
in small family. References. 444 "Waco ave
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, THREE EXPERT
enced dining room girls at the Hotel Metro,
pole. Wages $1G per month. 141-tf
"TTTANTED A neat nurse girl; none under 15 years.
T Apply 312 S. Lawrence ave. dl-tf
"ANTED A FIRST-CLASS SHIRTMAKER
at S3 N . Market street. d b !
Under this head lc per lino per day.
M iscella neous.
WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG LADY
Monographer, typewriter and assistant book
keeper. Address Mbs M,. 3253 N. Emporia ave.
TTJANTED-A SITUATION IN SMALL FAMILY
t by an experienced young lady. Call or address
533 Soutn Main M. d2 5
WANTED-BY A LADY A POSITION AS
stenographer and typewriter. Call on or ad
dress M. S., No. 110 North l opeka avenue. dl57 7t"
Under this Head 2c per line per day.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
WANTED-AT THE GUTHRIE PLANING
mill one good turner and two good mill men;
steady job. d 4 4
J ANTED Immeiliately, a sober, reliable, good
coaunaker. Jveeney a to., cwion, ixan.
rANTED IMMEDIATELY, A FIRST CLASS
cauiker at, me uoia packing noa-e. jii-tt
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
J ANTED-A DRCG CLERK RY ONE OF THE
V bust established stores. Address, 445 City P.
Under this head lc per lino per day.
XTTANTED-STATIONARY ENGINEER WANTS
steady employment. Address Engineer, care
of Eagle. d C 2
CoacJimcn, Teamsters, etc.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
ANTEb-I " ENGINEER "FOR RUNNING
il pumping engine in hol and competent to
keep up all rvpairs. Wage $35 and boani, 1 head
waiter in dining room. 2 dining room girls. Irook.
wages isM. 1 cook In pmall hotel, wages per week,
30 news agents to sell goods on train. ThU is the
best job a young man can obtain, pleasant, full of
life and instruction, awl good agents will make 2 to
t3 per day. 3 experienced f-hoe cl.-rk, 3 hotl ruaoer,
1 nrst class dry goods ilerk, 5 fanu haiMl-. girls to
go to Colorado, wages M) to HO p"r month. For
particumrs ajidress with stamps. J. It. Kenworthy
A: Cc. 52 E. Douglas. d 5 2t
"IT7ATED32T MEN ON GRAVEL TRAIN AND
extra gang, vtages ftTi per day; 52 tectioa
hand, vtages tl.45 p-r day; all to go on th Cnton
Parlfic along the hne from Chycnne to Slt Iake,
Og1ea aad weft. 10 Unde carpenters wage? JI to
t.'O ptr day: 2lO tie choppr-. wgtr 12 to 13 cents
per t.e; these carpenters go to the front Ja 1 tan.
work guaranteed by H. Eoaford A- Co 'hipjHng
agents for the Union Patlflc. SU Lake. I tea. V s
Now Is your thne ugo wetat very Jiuiowitand
procure a summer s job J. H. Kenworthy A Co
Employment Agents. Wichita, room 6, ove-JQ
Douglas avenue. dl t
Under this head 2c per line pr day-
lANVASsERS WANTED CALL AT NO. 336
Main street, a caaace lor rosuera 10 mue
some money. -
TTT ANTED AGENTP-IN ENliRT CITY. TOWN
T V and vlilage in the "a!td Stet (xfpt la
state of Kana to take cocrJpUoas. PostmiMen
can taai.e money. No capital rqnlrwl. tunia
rop-.es free. Catfe comm!-ion; Bwaey caa I isad
by pfting up clubs. Address the IVicfctta Eaeki,
'AVTED-TO EXCHANGE A STOCK OF DRY
i goo-l andaouona tort or S-ruom. ngMtace.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE CLEAR LOTS
aod cv4i for a resMeece property. W J.
SkeHon. 127 N. Market sut. A -f
-ANTED-TO TRADE FOR A POXY a OOOD
good two hors ipriag wigoc call at w
S. Topeka. S
rANTED-SEWING 3CACEXKE - TO RTY A
t -l&c rRiriilne. Ut- THtUer. with aR iuw:li.
ment Prrfer Darned tr or WJHe iudd. M
be a bairau. AddreM iBZ JUfflW, ON -ft-
'ANTED-iiMS'O IADfES TO KNOW THAT
iiM. .rimniwia tax ucttfc.t tt
5. TAlr-corbc&rittes m. Mhr or Xrwt
todittrriauIlcaaesUZ ad Uwr hart aoHfc
lvk? wrmr hicy. or Ucfct r to w(l mtti
ww oaeqeaily at uck pofaia. Mr. ML. f . HatHbitt
mo. K3 N- Martin. I
TAVTED-ALL PERSOXs. IN I.&GAL OR
2MJM3&I troomc M ou sc &T Ofarw ta Ntu
-roar ta -tt I caa brip T;J ul .-'y
oSe-ltZJUN.Uta. Wt. Ka. W. W c7-
TTOX SAL13-A NTTW FIRST-CLASS MUiAXO
j!adUa. & N. 2Iarl r. iff
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
TTTANTED-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS AND
t T board in private boarding house by three young
ladies; ureter house witn modern conveniences and
lawn. Call or address C H. L. care Eagle oflice. d2G
TTTANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF S TO S
rooms between now and June 1; house must be
in good condition and easy of access by street car
lines; must have city water, moderate price. Party
is reliable and a permanent tenant it house suits.
Statelocation and price. Address Box 719. dli3tf
"TV7ANTED-THOSE WHO DESIRE HIS SER
T V vices to address J. L. Sheldon, piano tuner, at
the Manhattan during this taoath. dl5S10t
W ANTED-A LIST OF YOUR RENTAL PROP
erty. Reese i: Tucker, 21S East Douglas ave
XTANTED-REESE & TUCKER CAN RENT
V your houses for you; call at 213 East Douglas
TTTANTED-HORSES AND CATTLE TO PA
TrANTED-A LIST OF BARGAINS IN BUSI
II nes and resldenco property. We ha ve numer
ous calls for some. Rouse & Harper. 200 and 2U1
Sedgwick bjock. H3-tf
TTTANTED-LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH
us. We are having calls from esietem rarttes
for bargains. Rouse & Harper, 2U) and 201 Sedgwick
""l TJANTED-CASH DO YOU WANT MONEY ON
horses, cows, wagons, harness, pianos and
household goods If call on Rouse & Harper.
Rooms 200 and 201 Sedgwick building. llS-tf
Under this head He per line per day.
WAXTEDHorsesjin dJTeh ides.
WANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH A SURRY OR
phaeton. Morns Jt Rood. Flrebaugh build
Under this head 2c der line per day.
FOR SALE Miscclla neous.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
I70R SALE-GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE.
J- Will take clear urooerty in Bart payment. W.J.
bkclton. 127 N, Market st d 6 6
FOR SALE-CHEAP. STEAM THRESHER,
complete, or will sell engine or eeperator sep
eratelv. Will take nart nay luttoci. Address J. P..
care Eagle oSice. d C S
1?OR SALE-CHEAP THRESHING ENGINES
mounted on wheels, guaranteed good running
Rebuilt One S-horse power Garr Scott J2Tft two
10-hore power iractiou, Nichols-shepherd, t375; oe
10-horse power Canton Monitor, ?JSo; ono 10-hori.e
power atertown 275.
New One 20 hore power portable engine and
boiler mounted and new, price t 25. All for imme
diately delivery. Aaure ton turn rounuryanu
Machine Wors company. Fort Scott. Kan.
"T?OR S.X.LE-THE REMAINS OF THE RIVER
C side hotel across the river. Inaulre at 137 North
Main street. d 4 St
TfiOR SALE-PRINTING OUTFIT-PLENTY OF
i bodv. dlsuLiv and 1ob tVDe for newspaper and
Job work. Wid be old at a bargain. For parUeulurs
address M. t. Hobson. Zil K. lwuglas A e. a is-
TTOR SALE NEW SEWING MACHINE WITH
JP all latest improvement., $15. 1217 Bitting av.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN ONE 20. ONE 30
and 10-horse power engines aud bollt'n at
Farles' Macnliiu Works. Wichita. ISlX
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED. AT
this oflice, old papers suitable for packing, put
ting under carpete, etc. d!37 tt
FOR Sale-DEEDS. MORTGAGES AND ALL
kinds of legal blanks; blank receipt hooks, note
books, etcu, at the Wichita Eagle onlcu. Orders by
mall promptly attended to. dllW-tf
7OR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND
. writers' note books, blank receipts and note
books and lrgiU blanks of nery kind. Mail order
promptly attended to. Call ou or apdress the Wich
ita Eule. Wichita. Kan. HO-lt
IT-OR SALE A HANDSOME LITHWGRAPH
map of theclty of Wichita; glesnamfsoftreeti,
public building, colleges, purku, etc, hlw? 12x15 on
linen paier, price 5 cents each; 3 for 10 rent?; S3
coins a doxen. Address tho Wichita Eagle. Wichita,
FOR SALE Farm Property.
Under this head 2c per lino per day.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Under this head 2c per lino per day.
1"jM)R ALE-A EIRST-CLASS "fXILY HORsh!
good traveler, kind and true. Inquire In tho
morning. F. B. Northrop, 3123 South Emporia ave.
"170R SALE-A GOOD FAMILY HOKSK AND
JL phaitoa buggj. Inquire of G. W.Jones, Eagk
FOR REXT Houses.
t nder this head 2c pr lino per day.
W FOR II ;ENT-J UL Y " "l-A FURNISHKDHOI SE
sfel of set en rooms on Nortli Lawrenca avnu
to family without children. Adtlref "11," earner
No. li d !
?FOR RENT-HOUSE OF 0 ROOMS. NO. 2
I Wncomonue. price J15 per month; hows-oof
rooms No. 252 Waco avenue, price 1 8 per month. J.
E, Humphrey &. Son. oer hO Ea-it Douglas aenue.
T70R RENT-REblDENcn FLAT OF FOUR
brick iHilliItng, corner N. Emporia and Kim. Apply
to . Bird. 520 N, Emporia, or lift) Main. d 5 V
AT FOR RENT-A LOVELY HOME IN RIVEK-tfl-'r
hide addition, nlno rooms; also, six room hooto
on Hewitt aenue, barn with each. Apply to owner,
Assessor's olllcu. D. L. Green. dl tf
fTf FOR RENT-NEW 32-ROOM IIOCSK, WITH
Ok barn, in north purl of city. DtsdraWe locnUon,
tonenlcnt to car lien and UislnoMi. iiHdru of M.
AV. Coulter. 1- letcher block, 111
MFOR RENT OR SALE RESIDENCES IN ALL
parts ot tho city. Wright & Miller No. IS X.
u hU Utt
FOR REXT Rooms.
Under this head 2c pr lineper day.
TX)R RENT-2 NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
JL roouw, terms low, CUI South Invreoce avoum,
171 OR RENT-2 FURNISHED ROOMS. PLKAS-
antly situated. 155 North Topeka avenue.
ITOR RENT-ROOMS IN THE 15RICK K.iT
' Tiniii-laH n. car ToTeka k:snt rooms (sot
lurntehwlj fronting the Kret. with watoraaileoB-
venieDCes on wm:Ii noor. Apply ur. ranej amv,
opposito the ManbaUan HteaL dart t
70R RENT-A DESIRABLE ROOM ON NORTH
. Totnka avenue for one or two aeollvtaaui cou-
vcnleni to board. Address W Kagkt omem. dlM ft
T70R RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS AT "J N.
As Bmportf.a. 15 tf
170R RENT -NICELY FURNISHED ROOXH.
I1 tlnvli. rri- en Mlllc: yviaAIA l aUoO: ckitmHc
well kept; with or without board. Jivjolrw at ! X.
Eniporla avenue. 14Mt
ITOR RENT-A VERY DIIBAMLE KURNWH
ed room, et 201 Xorth EwporU. ltttf
T70R RENT-A FLAT IN THN BUTLER BLOCK
X on Mood tloor. roaeHtac t rfc.cM
room, ckxeti, bxth room, etc Apply ta H.R.uot
ler. No. 20tf South iUla htrt. JK tt
Under this head.Jc per llae per tey.
I TOR TRADE EQUITY IN SCOTT COUyTT
farm for ow-hon- wngoo. ln Mr, d S tt
FOR REXT Miscellaneous.
L'ad-r this had 3c per Ua pr 4ay.
SOR RENT OR bALltBUSlXtoH' XxD HOaU
1 aace nroeertr in all part of tfce city. itrrnA
FOR REXT Farm Property.
Under tola head lc pu ltee per ay.
Cad- tkfci head 3e pr Mae pr day.
rnAKEN UP-A GREY MARK ABOVT Ti
1 ha hteh. abK 10 ymrnoid. H OM Xo
a-4n braad-CaU al MerMtu aad WkMtkr .
Cader tiia head 2c rf lte ve day-
TOLEX-A BAY XARE"POXrr8 TKAROLD.
1 . . i . h n.i tj - ,Mf 4sr Iabm in 1MII11
marked, had oft vSAs wi JMnr Utc tor .Wldie.
Aay Inform! eaa b toCt ." Jnial .
JlATihaU Jxaw. .
OTRATXrAGREY HOR8E. HJU.VTXAt
k" wtthou b. bl 4 7f " Mwul
to tho Empocla aeoe ttaKei. OW-tf
Vader this fcead 3c pr He per day.
OXKT TO LOAN OS rURXlTCIlE. PlAJfO.
. i.nlM . m 1. 1 1 r m i a l
t. C. roa -v Swfewlct kci. &. iter. Mt
rAXTEI-Ti IXAX XOV?rr OX SHOtff
tmtf 00 X kli C etJKUil rKy. Jwm
A TUlA. fVrsl. HotL 4 HT
OST.r Tit LOAX-VTE WILL LOAX TOf
BwB7 vi wh i mm in 4P V. V(
im 1. WlT'Ha MMMT A wmw 1 1 -
0".JU HAVT MOS.KY -J T. LftH.pl IV
inmf wmuaizitr. i mma ymm Mian i "
m ntsfj Wan i4ii4 iNridr. till w CM&liMi. a
VlnA mi zo"i cmr3. "
OVTY LOA1TZD OX MORSS. WrIJ
I ws.4aLiM. Ifc tffcU tvmttmr , r mu
vmSM- r "? .
ir.T.Xa&&CwMr m fii
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Tour Wants Supplied.
MONEY TO LOAN-SHORT TDK MONEY AT
lowest rates on horses, cattle, wagon, or bus
gies. aJ West Douglas avenue. S7tt
FOR REXT Stores.
Under this head 3c per line per cay.
TX)R RENT-STORE. 119 E. OAK. 24S1 FSET.
A? with excellent oven and with or without fix
tures. Good location for bakery or grocery. Apply
to.V. Bird. 330 X. Main. dSS-
IOR RENT THE STORE ROOM No. 217 E.
DougLis are., flno location, reasonable rent. 1U
oys, over 217 E. Douglas. 327 tf
EOR RENT BRICK STORE-ROOM NO. 413 ILST
Douglass avenne. flne offlca and Meepiap room, to
good parties very low. in lUchlanJ, htock. Bame Jb
Son. 337 Douglas avenue. d&-lt
T OST A VALUABLE CANARY BIRD. FINE
XJ singer, cjcaped Saturday morning from 135 X.
Lawrence avenue. A liberal reward will bo paid
for Its return. d 6 !
LOST-A LAMP OFF A. FHAETON. PLEAS5
return to Palace stables. Uewey Bros ad re
ceive reward. d 5 3J
X OST A LADIES GOLD WATCH, MARKED
XJ Clara on the face, on tho Inside cae the MUpah,
to mr wife. March 25, 1SS7. Tho Under tHl be ro
warded by leaving same at C E. Potts' Drug Ca.
J- OST-A GOLD H.IR PIN. SET WITH PRARL.
J sapphire and dlamoad. Paxttes can leave yjun
at this oClcc aud get reward. ItMf
Under this head 3e per line per day.
D" " IU LEDUplFRiorMOAl PILLS THK
great l"rench remedy, act dtrccUy on Ut mm
f trual yiU-m and pcwiilvdy cure 5appresloce of U10
mensem. WarraniMl to promote menstrsattan.
These pills should not bo takrn during pregnaacy.
American Ihll cwr.paay. royalty proprictori, Spoa
cvr, la. J2. denuuie tmnlled by CMk. Laivreace,
3U.' East Douglas. Wichiui, Kan who)e5at aad
retail. 4$ sua t and 1 1 yr.
-VJOTICE-HAVINO LEASED THE BARN ON
jJN West Dooglas avenue known as the Wichita
Horse and Mole Market, formerly krpt oy Harry
Hill, and for the future it will lkept strietty ma
boardiag, feed and sale stable. II. C Knadter,
proprietor and country auctioneer. datf
rFlIEBEST BABY CARlilAOK IN THIS MAR
A ket at th low et price. j'il recolvrd at te S
and 10 cent ytore. 25s N. Mala street. Ho aad M
them they aro bui-galns. d 4 X
WNEItS OF WICHITA TKNANT PROPBRTY
noa-rtsslilents and resklatA not tuivln..-
uir uiua (w invh niioi uith mkncsti nrni illfc
make money by jdaclng tfcnir nroperty In Uw hands
of Israel Br". O0iv IS North Market ktreet ec
oud tloor, Israel block. dt37 tf
w.. .1 ... . . -. ...-- .-. . . ..
Under this head 2c per luw por day.
l?OR liSxHANOEHai " ACR ES " 1 X BARBER
JL county, Kniuvs. fr Wichita property, er MaU
eastorn farm. I'rlce J5.HT1, eBcmnlK-ancw ii,'9. W.
B. Lowe. 142 N. Uain slrtwi, IchttA, Kan. d 4-41
BU SIX ESS CHAXCES.
170R " hale-dhug" "stock" iNbwSKl1Sp
X Lexlnatoo, I. I. (otpolu Iurrr4n. ittwlc
Hxturoo and teoud uitl lnvoica f J.HO. Sules from 20
to W) per ihiy. Addreeut Laxtngton Drug Store. Lex
ItiKton. I. T. 4 f
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under this head Sc per liiw per day
Under this head 3c per Une per day.
Missoum PAcrric n. x.
TRAINS , I AUKIV1C liRATH
Fort Scott, Kanwit City, bt.
Louis ami nistorn ox TAS1 PK
Fort hcott, KanMts City, St.
LouN and eastern x. . . . t J P M lltSP M
Couwnv hpnutfx, Anthony
and Ktow. x 18AW 77CAH
Couiruy Springs. Anthoayl
ami Kiowa ex . .. . (Wrx IHpu
lliitchlH-ii, Mrrltntf astl
Uenefeo jiajeBBer... . 'rtl'H 718AK
Hutch., Kunapoile, l'BWo
and Denver ex IIXam 130 TM
All tralna run dally.
D-IK)t S-otMHl and Wichita strcetSi tlckot omtitiVtT
North Main slTMU K. E. llJ.fOKt.KV.
Pas'enger ad Ticket Agest.
NBW TIME TAHLH CltlC-tOO. HOOK lftLAXU Si
rOreat Itock Island RoJ."3
In effect on aud after April s. laul
TltAI.VW. AltKIVK I LKAVa
c.oi.ng nohtii am nasr.
N. 2 Colorado SprttHT".
Denver ami Pacific Coast
Exprws dally.... , FiOAK POOAU
No.2Kanvinty, bt. Il
ml ChlcARo. Through
Mail nnd ex. dally EUad tOOAX
No. 4 Karivvt City, St. Letihr
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