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pe Wlitkiix gutty gagjc: Jfora&tg tnaxfxtg, gutw 8, 1890.
Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock
yards f s . 24 hours, 1113 hogs; 98
sheep, and for the week just closed 1380
cattle, 7929 hogs, 295 sheep. A de
crease in cattle receipts on account of
the heavy break in prices during the
early part of the week. Hog receipts
show quite an increase over last week.
Receipts of sheep also show a nice in
crease. The cattle receipts were very
light, not being enough to cause any ac
tivity on the market or to test its
strength. Hog receipts good for Satur
day. The market was strong at yester
day's figures and if pi e3ent indications
hold good hogs will sell some higher
Monday. Quite a trade in sheep and
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita, Kan., Juno 7.
Hecelnts for the week. 1.3SU. ,,,..,
The receipts today were the liehtest for many
weeks, not Dei nc enouijU to aui5e any excitement
amonc the buvers or cause the least activity on the
market. Several hundred Kood to choice cattle or
all kinds w ould have found an active market and
would have sold at rood lU'ures. It Is no trouble to
Fell good to choice cattle here at lull market allies
There Is always a good demand for good butchers
stock. ShlppW steers sell well. There is also an
ictlve demand for stockcrs and feeders. 1 hero are
buyers at the yards constantly for this cl.ie of cat
tle. Chicago reported 4,000 on sale and maret
steady. Kansas City 2.0UU. firm and active. So feu
cattle offered that no representative sales are sclven.
NatlTe Bhipplnz steers, fancy. 1400S.1KO
.f4 25 &i 50
firwl tn fttrti I.TfWa 15110
4 iw Si au
(Joed to extra native butcher steers, 1MZKS
i2mn.fi 3 J w
Good butchers steers, S0OS1O50 2 40
Native fecdln?sters .l l
Native Blockers - 2 -
Choice cows and heifTb - o ?;?
Fairtocoodoows and heifers j 5
Bulls and Bta8 1 ; ;"
Fat yearling - " ! & ;3
Good j earllncs -
Canners ?l s0
Poorer crades and scallawass - 1 ' 1IJ
Veal calves 4 oO s. GO
Receipts 1.113. ,lt , M , . .
Tlie receipts were liberal for closing day. Tho
market opened strong at yesterday's prices and
ruled steadv throughout. The packers were anx
ious buyerefor all the offerinss, and purchased all
tho hog3 that came In. The quality averaged Kiiod
and evemhtnj-incar lots sold at VS 5U Tho Chi
cago market was stwidy, with 10.0M on sal. K.m
Nis Cltv Arm and active, with f,K) on the market.
Tonlclit's closing Indications point to hlsher prices
The following are tho representative salsa of hosi
s t the yards today:
No. - Dock. atehagr Trice
68 .... 232 S50
79 .... 24 T.M
(3 40 237 SS0
57 40 SSI '')
57 .... 323 SM
Oi SO 2G4 3.0
VH .... 215 S50
05 .... 21-5 S.0
7 S) .223 3.M
S .... 2.11 3 50
6S 40 3)1 3 50
7J .... 2V) 3 50
70 .... 2.V5 3 SO
SH R) 214 3 50
(77 SO 23.1 3.r0
L7 .... 251 3 50
Receipts PS. . .
The receipts conisted of stock sheep and lambs
and all sold to one party at $2 00 per head.
Good mutton sheep, sftsjoo
Good stock, wethers, 75&S5 .
Good to extra lambs
4 (10 I 50
! 0fU3 50
.4 11U1 00
Wichita Home and Mule Market.
"Wichita. Kan.. June 7.
The week's business has ben llpht and rather un
satisfactory on account of tho amiill amount of stock
which has been offered. Thero are buyers on the
maikct constantly for all the good stock that is of
fered. Prices steady,
rxtrn draft horses f 123 msi.T) 00
Good draft horses 100 Utalto 00
Kxtra mares Iff) (XMLS 0
Good mares .
Mules, 14 hands
Mulos II 5n hands -
Mule. 15 hands
Mules, heaj. 1016i nands
70 (Kle "JO 00
150 UU2i") V0
3(0 0U225 00
75 (Xk !i 00
-! vS h ou i
is boa to w
h avA '.) (u i
ia.,Ki!n ( '
MifXi woJ ,
H. B. Crai?, Atlanta, was on the market
with a car of mixed stock.
T. Xeal & Son, Pratt, sent in a car of
AV. T. Cowherd was on the mnrket with
a car of hogs.
E. D. Burchinal had in a car of hogs
Adam HulTbauer.Mulvane, sent in a car
Alex Knott, Belle Plaine, marketed a
car of hogs.
J. V. Hiatt came in from Grand Sum
mit with a car of hogs.
V. T. Deweeso was in from Mayfield
with two car of hogs.
J. J. Donahue & Co., Akron, was on the
market with a car of hogs.
J. K. McGregor will ship two cars of
fino steers east this morning.
Sam T. Russell, a prominent stock man
of M-uze, was looking over the market.
LITE ST00K MABKET.
Kava5Citt. Mo Juno 7. CATTLE Receipt.
CTJi: shipment 70J. Markot trong to higher.
Stoers. M V4 ftl cow". ?1 6ft."' 75, stockcrs
and feeders. JO .. i. HOU-Reieip-t. ift,
s'llpments 1 Mnrket 2V higher. All grades,
t$ 53 fo; bulk. trtVS!1 SHEEl'-HeceiptsfiJO:
shipmenUs Vtl Mnrket quiet and steady. Gootl to
choice muttons, f." 50irf4 OH; ttockeis und feedurs,
2 .O.j.3 50. Iambi $2 akiS 15.
st l.ot'is. Mo.. June 7. CATTLE. Receipts,
l.iUO: ipmonts 1.1X). Mnikl steady Good to
fancy natl -tM;rs JS ftX35 0;. stockers and feed
ers " i-.' SU-iT 1M, Tvians aud Indians $2 VOwtt 0.
I lids Heciipts KWO; shtpmi-nt 5JW Market tronc.
Fltan'. (3 rtVrfS i&. packing grades, J.1 oowt.f t-ti.
silfcfip-Retiii ftU shipmeutH 2.1il Market
tendy. Fair to thou e clipped. H 0iJ5 IU
riiirr.o. 111., June 7 - CATTLE- Receipts.
3 50f '-litpnients 0 Market steady. Beeve
t 0g5 tut, blockers and leed tv. ?2 5i Si,
ht r-. J.T S044 70; cows, bulls and mixed,
SI 40.JS an Texas steers fJ 50, 25. HOGb-Hc-ce
int., liOiW, shipments 0 Mrket dull and
weak. uxeii and lteut J3 5ov.! 75; he.m,
J.J .0w Sftsklp- J3 kg3 40. SHEEP-Kecelpt-s 4.ft)i
h. ipnu-nt-. 0 MHiketeak. NatKo JiRV5t:
western U Wj 25, Texans f3 25g4 ai; lamb.
Wichita Provision Market.
The week's business his ben large and tery sat
lefactory. lh' packers have bivn er busy, some
largo shipments hae bi'en made to dlffe at iKttnts
in Ui- south nd west. The demand for tiS- proiiucts
of ichita's (wicking houses Is constantly increas
ing. Pricvs generally sU-hJj. Side meats low er.
SUGAR CI RFD MEATS-CsnvafKor jilain ham,
10 lbs and up'.".; tllv4C.banis Uv"201bs lltsr.hams me
d umand up l"1 l-' nams m:ll si?p idrfli ibs 11
gl2c California picnic hams Tc, breakfast bac on
tulMMdUi or strips SvI0- dried beef ham (extra
ir ft. -Miokttl lvf tiHumes pr doz. ?,' 60. cottage
or'honoli's ham b4e,t-w "oi k shoulders, ft(i6l.ic. Cali
fornia liacon 6c, TenuuMiti bacon G-c iviled &houl
rtrs boneless !c.
IDE MhATs short clear kles packtsl fdrv vilt.
r. 1 ii5Cmi per 100 lb, clear flitches VJc. English liel
Ues 5141 . lone .lr sides J5 4(V5 4) lioulden. 44t-H.
r'rar bucks f 5 40,o 75 per 100 lb, lone clear uaoon
hfi lOa5 25 -u short clear Uicon $1 IV, clear bacxm
backs J6 X.6 50. bacon fl.tchos $0 UX6 ott bacon
tsAl'SAGL Fresh pork uai-e No 1 .rAt6H'c. frh
ork sauscge (extras) 7c, Virnna and and Frnk-.
hirtlOc hel cheese oc bolognas rounds 4V3.V,
5oiognas middles 4Vj5c, nlckle ls!offr.a 4Va5c,
ionguesau.sage 5c, lier:a usage 5c, blood pudding ac,
LARD 13as.s rc't.. choice family 614c. lkers sik
rial 6UC pure leaf 7c. Whlltaker's ttar 7'jc. Whitta
kerV rastrv 6H".
FRESH MEAT-i-HEEF-Plde orwhole carcasses
ktfic, hind quarters (?4?.7c, fore quarters X.Hc
ronssxti0c V K K Pork lo.ns 0c, tender loins Sc,
?pare ribs $ . back bone 2c.
PREPARED PICKLLD GOODS-rig's fe put In
nal-es and sp.ced. Qnartor bbK 40 lbs. 1 25, kitts, 15
lbs, 75c PlcLleU and spiced pig's tongue Kitts. 15
lbs. jl 75. Trtpe. jickkd and spiced VJuaxter bblj.
10 lbs. 1 30. kitts. la lb. 35c
Wichita Wholesale rnitt Market.
Wichita. Kan June 7.
There has been a great many strawberries handled
during the week and price- ha e been low. Oranges
ond ItaOHims in fair supply. Other articles in fair
supply and prices steady.
ORANGES 3ricar. fo 7i4 OT per box.
Cai forma Mediterranean t-cct S 4 1034 &
per box.Messlna J4 0034 25 per box. Imperial $4 50
per box ban Dleeo 4 25per box.
1 FMOVs-Messina per box. 4 50e50il
GOOSEBERRIES 12 U32 50 per era: .
HVE APPLES-Ne-ne In markot.
Al'PLEsj-None in injirket.
BANANAS- J uj $3 00 per bunch, fane 50 aer
l 1GS layers ir.15c per lb H oxtU boxes $3W'4
STT per VH.
D A-TES-Persnn fO lb lrfixos. StaaA: net-lb. Kani.
lis.!! lb lwxe. Ettc pr lb
UONEV-Callfnila. lib frame. IPglic prth.
Wichita Grain Market.
"Wichita, Kao, Juno 7.
Wheat-Receipts for the week 16.290 bushels.
There has been a fair amount of wheat handle!.
There has been an active demand throughout the
week. Prices show aslifht decline.
Corn Receipts for the week 12S.520 bushels. The
market has ruled active all week, and prices nave
ruled about steady. There Is a good demand from
all over the country for Kansas corn.
Oats Receipts for the week 24,480 bushels. There
has been a fair movement In oats. There is a ia2r
demand and prices steady.
No rye offered. Thero Is a good demand at prices
GRAIN Car lot on tract:
WH EAT-Good milling TTJjJgSOc. while other grades
are quoted at 70c and down.
CORN No ..or better 2122c white 23JsS33c
RYE No S. or better 35c537tf.
HA Y 14 50 per ton In car lots. . ,.
GROUND CORN Chop in car lots 30c per 100 lbs.
Wichita ITIour Market.
Wichita. Kan., June 7.
The flour trade for the week has ruled a little
quiet. Dealers have purchased sparingly, only tak
ing enough to supply actual wants. The shipping
demand has also been light. Prices firm at quota
tions. Best patent, per cwt standard price f2 CO
Second grade """ 2 3!)
Extrafancy .2 20
Shipctuff, bulk 55
Bran - 50
Wichita Produce Market.
Wichita. Kan.. June 7.
Tho market has been fairly active during the
week. Butter plenty and lower. Eegs in good sup
ply and weak at quotations. Garden truck plenty
and market steady.
POTATOES Kansas 60c per bushel, northern 70c
new. f 2 00 per bushel.
ONIONS None in market.
PIE I'LANT-lcper lb.
SPINA GE-5c per lb.
LETT'CE 8c per lb.
RADISHES 10c per doz.hunche.
ASPARAGUS-2oc per doz. bunches,
SPRING ONIONS 10c doz bunches.
PARSLEY 22c doz bunches.
EGGs lie per doz.
BUTTER Fancy creamorv He. choice creamery
ISo rhnlne butter l'WCe. f.ilr 1(V rnnVliw hnf.iir ft.
CHEESE Eastern Ml cream 13c, half cream 11
12c. skim 89c. limburger Kmilo, brick 15ai6, fnll
ci cam hwlss 1C1i5c.
CHICKENS Dressed CH-8c per lb, live 2 75
3 00 per doz.
TURKEYS Live 67c per lb, dressed 9llc.
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita. Kan, June 7.
There has been a ery good business during the
week. The demand has been fairly aotive from the
country trade and cltv dealers have taken hold free
ly: Prices unchanged.
SOLE LEATIIER-rSlauBhterJ 23i31c, B. A. 27G
29c. good damage 2123c.
HARNESS Acorn oak 37c. No 1 oak 31c, L. H. 33c.
Union 30c. Hemlock 27c
CALF Domestic tV')cfttJl 00. French $1 00S1 50.
CUT HALF SOLES Extra heavy ?S 50. heavy
K 00, medium S2 60, light $1 23&1 75.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
WicniTA. Kan., June 7.
There Is a gooddemand for hides, which are mov
ing t roely. Market steady at quotations.
II IDES No 1 green SJic per lb. No 2 green SJfo per
lb. No 1 green salt 4Mc. No 2 green salt y.c,dry hides
67ijc pr lb, bulls n ml stags 2WIc
TAI.LOW No 1, S?4c per lb. No 2 2c
EHEEP PELTfc-i03f5c each.
Wlchta Wool Market.
Wichita. Kan.. June 7.
There has been quite a business done in wooltnis
week. The market rules steady.
Bright condition Bright medium 16c, heavy me
dium He, light fine He, heavy fine 12c
Earthy conditions Medium 13c. fine 9llc, coarse
IhsIV, Mexican select grades 12&14c, Joarse and
MABKETS BY TELEGBAPE
New Y'ork Money.
NEwYonir. June 7.
Money on call easy, with no loans. Closing offer
ed at 4.
Prime mercantile pnper ' X6.
Sterling eichange quiet. Hi m. t i S43f for CO day
bills and ?4 Sjlfc forderaand.
The total sale of jtocks today were 120,591 shares.
Stocks v ero very dull but steady.
4s coupons 123
4JftS coupon 10-4
Pacific fis lis U3
Missouri fis 100
Chicago & Alton l.W
Chicago, Burlington fc Quincy 107
LackrtU anna iio'i
Missouri Pacific 75
New York Central 10JJ4
Rock IMaml 94V
Union Pacltlc C7J
Western Union fc5Js
Clilniio Grain and Produce.
Chicago, 111., June 7. There was a mod
eratp trade in wheat today and part of yes
terday's decline was recovered. The mar-
let rL etl fetedy niosfc of.the session. The
opening was about :;c higher than
yesterday's closing, improved from the
tarfc an( l)rice5 advanced lc for July and
i"c for the other futures, eased off
some and closed about c higher for July,
o"T.?4 hiqher lor August and September
and l2c higher for December.
Corn was traded in to a moderate extent
with a steady feeling:, showing but little
change in price, compared with yesterday.
First sales of July were a trifle
above the closing price yesterday,
w;w firm under a jrood demand, sold up
?41clost the advance and final quota
tions were a shade better than j'esteniay.
Oats were k-s active but a fair business
transacted and a steady feelimr developed.
Nothing of consequence was done in pork.
The feeling was easy with prices nominally
5c? 0c lower.
A quiet and ca-y feeling prevailed and
prices ruled 2l4((?oc lower on lard.
Only a moderate trade was reported in
short Vibs, the feeling was rather weak and
price declined '(goc closing steady at the
Tho lealing futures ranged as follows:
3 5 b q
ARTICLES. 5" S JS C
R r ; n
June roj mi mi pi
.luiv i'l-fi i2H n ftn$
Aumist 1)1); 1WJ Sit SH
Juno 34 3t( 34 34
Julv 3i S5 Stsf 34T
ugust 35K 35$ 35X Sa'u
June 2T$ 2SM Z714 2S
July 27;s 25 27 277?
August 25?4 2i-J 25J4 25t;
Julj 12 tO 12 60 12 75 12 75
September 12 S5 12 S5
Julv.V.V.V.'.V.V.V."."! GfVl" "600 "fi'ft: ".VpTtj
August 6 1V4 612' G 10 fi 10
September 6 21. 6'20
June Julv 5 17tg 5 20 5 12K 5 15
August . 5 25
September .... 5 37 5 27 5 32W 5 32W;
Cn.h quotations wore as tollows.
FLO I' it-Easier. Winter patents, 14 755 20;
hard wheat spring patents. $5lX)S5 2j; BOfc, W 75$
4 10; hard wheat Imkers', -5 ,(0a 65.
WHEAT-No 2 spring, tOfic; No 2 red 9U91c
HARLLY-Nominal. $1 4a
TIMOTHY 1 40fl 41
PORK-SI . e$iau 65.
MIORT RIRS f5 055 10
SlIori.nERS-Dry saltetl M W3 20.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-J5 5CKiS5 6U
SUGAR Cut loaf 6?f7jc; granulated (ic; stand
ard A fic.
BUTTER Stoady. unchanged. Fancy separater
H14Vs finest creamery 15311c. finest dairy ftjllc;
Kansa, city Produce.
Kansas Crrr. JIa, June 7.
The Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUC-Flrm. XX. 65c; XXX 75c; family Jl 50
choice tl 40; fancy tl 70; extra lancy ?1 eSl sO;
p.tteiit (2 lOtf 2 15.
VHKaT Easier. No2 hard cash and July SIc:
Julv 7.c; No. 2 red cah s.c.
CORN Steay. No. 2 cash, 23c: June, 2Sfc bkl,
OATS-Lower. No. 2 ca-sh. 2"c; June 2t74c bid.
RYE No 2 caah. 4SS-c; June 45c bid. 45JaC asked.
CORN MEAL Firm. 55c.
IlAY Vnchanoed. New Is.
LEAD-Qmet. soft Missouri sad cotnmoa JS6u;
chemical and refined $3 III.
; FLAXiEiiU Jl S).
1 BUTTER UnchancI- Cre.vncry. &215c
f EGGb-Ouiet Iff:
CHEESh-steady. Nortbrn tnas W3.11c; West
i ern ?is.
' LIVE POULTRY Hans quiet; irrtngs firm:
I Choice hens i CUS 25; smalt fat Ifttsi Us rooster
I J2tfyt2 53.
! I'iun iio"s-sndr.
DKIEI) RCKF S5 ifl.
, ii:ncii.-i.L,i .tii,ai;-;ioit cioar skiei Itut I
4 XiJ U. fcii 3 ,-V, iMWTt- r UU.
f 4ot Immw .Ite. m. .LAMU.ft. CI VI 1
M. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O. Davidson, Pre?. 3. A. Waxktb, V. P.
JOES Debst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL. - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'JRS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank la tho Stat
Shippers of Live Stock can save both.
time and money by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF TIIE CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
SMOKED MEATS-Lonsr clear 0 0.
SG i. short clear faides Sti oO.
PORK-f 13 00.
LARU-Reflned. $7 50.
'ew York Produce.
New York, Jnne 7.
WHEAT Nominally hleher. No. 2 led S5c.
CORN-Dull. No. 2. K41Wc.
OATS steady, firmer. No. 2 white SV340c.
COFFEE Steady for options. Sales 2U.260 bags.
Spot Rio otoadvataCc
SUGAR-Retlned Kc higher. C bUdolic; jellow
CVJc; standard A GWJc. confectioners A Gftc. cnihed.
7jc: pow dered 6 15-I6c. granulated, &?sc; cubed t'lJtc
EGGS Easy at 14c for Western .
BUTTER-steady. Western dairy C10c; westers
CHIE3E-Firm Western P7?fc
St. Louis Produce.
St. Lot'is. 3Io.. June 7.
TLOUR Finn. Choice t3 KX23 40: fancy tSSO-S
4 10: extra fancv U 504 &H patents 14 00ul5 15.
WUEAT-Opentd )SMc higher for July, it-ceded
lie advancod ic and then on tavorable report the
advance was lost. Other menths unsettled The
clo-e wasVsfc for July, He for Auzu.u and 11-1-c.
for December btlter thau jestenla. o. 2 led
cash. (ClfilO.Hc: June. HjKc: July. &l$c, August,
&St bid. I)icomber, K5s'J2Hc,
CORN Opened steady, closed firm. No. 2 cash.
32ic, Julv 3:o bid; August, 3i333c; September, S$i
OATS-Righer, firm, No. 2 cash, 2SWc; July 2SMc;
RYE-Low er. No, 2. 51c.
BARLEY No market.
HAY-Easv. quiet. Timothy, flS 00310 00.
BRAN teady. Sacked 54(3"7c.
FLAX SEEO-SU-ong. $1 40.
One hundred and forty choice Polled
Angus yearling heifers for sale near Wich
ita. Enquire of Eldridge & Campbell, at
the stock yards. dlR-Ot
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
TlIOS. C. WlLSOX,
Jos. A. Bhubachec
WIJLSOX 0 BltUBACHEB,
Attorneys at law. 251 North Main street,
Kansas. Telephone Np. 11.
W.P. CAMrBELL. JAS. IuDrER.
Attornejs at Law, Wichita. ICan. lOGtf
H. C. SLU?3. W. E. Ptaxlky.
SLUSS 0 STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Uarris, Harris Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, IU S. Main St., Second lloor.
. I:. Hallo well.
Law U. S. Attorney.
J. E. HD.ME.
JIALLOWELL & HUME.
iAwyors. 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
P. H. BOHRBA UGH,
Attorney at Law. Attorney for Western Collcc
on Bure-iu. Rooms 17 and 18, No. 15J N. Market
4: uet. Wichita, Kantas.
Rooms 2, 4 and 5 203 N
Main St., Wichita,
OHN W.ADAMS. G. VT. C. JON'KS. G. W AOlMb
ADAMS, JONES ADAMS,
1 toi ncys at Law. Othce. llrit stairway east of tht
u i.iij. Nat:oLi Bunk. 110-tf
j. si. pniLi.irs. s. r. pniLLirs.
PHILLTPS 0 PHILLIPS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the, Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo are prepared to do nil kinds of veterlnarv
work, including cmine practice, dentistry and ail
surglial operation's. Hospital accommodations for
nil patients requiring special care. Call" by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
i ion by day or night. We uso an operating tablo
instead of throw lng horsf.
Offlce, 114 North Lawrenco Avenue. Telephono
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseases a eprecialty. Home
or Ladles during confinement strictly private
hen so desired. Letters of inquiry confidential
nd answered Immediately on receipt of uune.
Home, 711 s.outh Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. 14d-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hours 9 to 10 a. m 1 to 4 p m.
."0. Room 17. Fechheimer Builaiui:.
Sunday. 9 to
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. Offic
IIS Kat Douglas avenue over Paul Jones A Co s
d:ug store. Wichita, Kansas Vl-tt
DR. E. II. CREDITOR.
Dentist Office 144 N. Main over Smith A-Stover's.
Vitaliiid'airad-niuictered. Reeidenco 62U N. To
iwka a enue. V.ichlta, Kansas. 31-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Dleej otthe
Eye. Ear. Nose nd Throat,
Caturrh and fitting cl&M.
Oflice 127 N. Market street,
liraol U. Myerv block.
DR. C. C. FUR LEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
531 Eait Douglas Ath.
iHS North Market Street.
Professional Cll Attended Promptly. 55-t
E. Y. MUNSELL. M. D.
Eve. Ear, Noe, Throat and
Catarrh. Kom 13 and 15
No. 205 North Main street.
Residence, 1200 South Em
C. IT. TERBY,
Architect and SuperinUndeat
BltUng block, WlchlU. Etiu)
Roost IS ttad 1:
w. r. Mcpherson.
.Vrchlteot. Room 15, No.
XO North Mala Streot,
w. i. pitoraroor. 0 w. antn
Architects ad SaperlntudeDU. OS.9 la Feci,
Th Photographer Plmirw In al! e wi :vm
II .iIm mrm thr- Ottnt ftssdttment of '3cttir
Give fcia: a izies&y riU asS
ELDRID6E & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
BEFERENCE-Bradstreet'3 Report, Citizens' Bant, Kansas Natl Bank.
B. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Free oa Application.
UYE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEB0HATO
A. J. APPLEGATE.
(With A, D. Mallory.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public.
Fine draughtins a gnecialty. Complete ahtrarts
to any land In Sodjrwfck county. Room 216 fcedg-"
,.IV U1IA.J.. LU1 UQ 1UUUU UUili
dunnc business hoars at
ALJb HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per annum, J150- Addra
Ister Superior, Slaters of Chirity, B. V.M. 105-t
Full sets of teeth J5. fS and J10;
Gold Fillings and up; Silver 75c;
Extracting with coacaine 50c We
BOYD'S JDEXTAL BOOMS,
Dn-T. F. Bom. DR. J. A. HOLLEXBERfiHR.
113 East Douglas Avenne. 109
Fked W. Israel, R, C. Israel
REAL ESTATE AND RENTS.
Such bargains as we can now offer in Wichita,
propertv and Sedgwick county farm lands were
never offered before. Money carefully invested for
non-residents and their Wichita interests properly
cared for. Oihce 2d tloor, li5 North Market, Israel
When all others have failed there is still
one physician in Wichita who i so expert
in his piot'ession that the most malignant
cases ol Catarrh, Conb" mption, Skin and
Blood Diseases, Heart and Liver Diseases,
Disease of the Bowel and Urinary Or
Kans. Private Dibeates. Fita and Lot
Powers in either sex. Piles and Tumors,
Disease of Women and Children disap
pear nudcr his treatment like dew befoie
the noonday sun. Dr. Shults, the physi
cian in question, Surgeon in Chief ot the
Uity Hospital, treats ins patients witnouc
the use of deleterious drugs. He is a
graduate of both Alopatuic and Homeo
pathic schools and is surrounded both at
oilice and hospital by a corps of ellicient
assistants. Oilice over 150 X. Main street
WICHITA, - - KANSAS.
Medicines sent to all parts of the country.
Directions for Y.'aint Hxercisf.
Take arterial position with feet at an
angle of 45 degs.; knees straight. Place
tho palms of tho hands upon the hips,
thumbs forward, fingere down. Bend the
body at a point as near the lower ond of
the ensiform cartilage as possible, gripping
the Rtomiioh as in a viBa, Press the body
down npon the stomach until quite pain
ful. Do not bend the hips. Jvbw turn tho
torso around upon this pivot formed near
the pit of the stomach, describing as larga
a circle as possible with tho shoulders.
Keep the entire circle regular, a difficulty
wliich will be especially felt when parsing
over each hip.
In the vicinity of tho waif,t there are two
natural joints one at tho hijw and the
other above. The hip joint must not be
used in this exercise. It is that great, uni
versal joint at the very belt of life, general
ly Ijruored, and with most serious results,
that this exerciso is calculated to free,
strengthen and dovelop.
No "ladv of fashion" ever nses thiB
joint; for, from early womanhood, eho ha3
taken the utmost precaution to make this
great pivot of life E3 inflexible as the steel
which "supports" it; and yet she will com
plain of dyspepsia the very disease sho has
been at such pain3 to induce. Journal of
"It's a Girl."
A correspondent of Tho Boston Transcript
tells of a man who was a guest at an an
nual dinner of a woman's club, to which
men were invited. Se said he sat dumb
before tho tide of eloquenco about women
and longed to make a speech himself. It
was a woman's programme, hov. over, and
the men, tho guests, had not been asked to
contribute to the feast of reason.
MI thought, a3 I sat and listened to tho
women praising all that woman is doing
nowadays, of a littla scene at my daugh
ter's home yesterday," said thin man. "ify
son-in-law came for me, and we went over
to see my grandchild. I found my wife
and my daughter in tears ''Why. whtit's
the matter?' I ahked, and they answered
those women's club women they answer-
ad, sobbing: 'It's a girll' "
Got His Eve Open.
"Whflt ails your" asked a patrolman
of a man who halted him on Gratiot
"Look at my eye."
"I should say! Who bit your
"I will tell yon. 1 went into a place
up hero to light my pipe. There w3 a
man in there who said he put up a"V7n
ings. I asked hirn how ranch ho would
charge to put up an awning for rna Ha
Baid ho"d do it for a cent. It seomed
awful cheap to nie, but I supposed awn
ings had dropped, and so I told him to
"And he hit you in the eye'"
"Yes, sir He said that was the kind
of awnings ho put up for a cent.n
"And what did yon do
"Nothing. I was partly to blame, you
Eee. I ought to have asked him whethe,r
it was an awning for my eye or my shop
window. Quito a difference, ou know.
Tm on to the tnck now, however, and
they don't catch me again." Detroit
Ruined by Too Quick Cooking.
Too much haste is the cause of much bad
cooking, according to a commentator on
modern cookery. The majority of cooks
bake brown bread and baked beans, for in
stance, In from one to two hours undor a
hot fire. The Boston cooks give from ten
to twelve hours of bating to their beana
and brown bread, and hare the satisfaction
of hearing that in no other city or country
can such "delicious beani" and "lovely
bread" foj found.
One of the simplest preparations for re
storing dull and scr&tcned furniture i a
mixture of three parta hiesd oil and one
pn.rt turpentine. It revirea the color of
the wood, fire, a nice glosa anA probably
cores scratcHe? a-well as aavriitEt: ex
cept a thorough scraping and roftnLs.hing
will do. It a
l,o veri- vm, to use, bei
rubbed 93 with a clsth.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied-
The following ratvs under the different headings
will b charged.
"Payable Strictly in Advance.
No advertisements taken for less than 10 coats.
One line advertisements charged tome rate as two
NO ADVBRTISKMENTS TAKEN "TO P. UN "UN
Prices rlveu nnder clarified heads in this column
uppllcable oaly to local advertisements. No foreign
advertisements tnken at prices given.
Answers to advertisements sent in care of tSio
EAOLr oflie should be called for within 13 days
after insertion. When advertisers wish reply for
warded to them stam.psd envelopes must be sent.
Reference to fDnaar advertisements should give
description and dnte f icertlon or copy of th Ad
vertisement should he eent.
Not responsible for advertisements given or dis
continued by telephone.
W Ay TED FEMALE HELP.
Vnder this head 2c per lino per day.
GIRL FOR GENERAL
Callnt53G N.Lawrence. W.A.
WAXTED-AT OXCE-A GOOD GIHL.
"YXrAXTED A YOUXO
Gllllj VOIt LIGHT
VV housework In a t'ainil
ily 01 two; one who can ijo
rell recommended. &J4 X
home at nicht; must be we.
Topoka. a e.
WANTED TIIHEE GOOD DIXIXG ROOSI
girls, one first class cook, one disli washer and
one yard man. Call at -17 East DougUs avenne or
John Xau, 16-3t
WAXTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
hou-ework at US S Emporia ae, 1st door to
tpice mill. K-G
TT'AXTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL H0lTSE
work at 736 X Topeka. IS. P. -Murdock. 1C-6P
YrAXTED-IMMEDIATELY. A TIDY YOCXO
housekeeper. Inquire at 43;; Orchard street.
West Side, betw een the hour? of 7 and S o'clock p m.
or address J. Y. K., 33. West Douglas a e. dl7-tl
WANTED A WOMAN COOK AT EAST
Douglas avenue; must be good at pastry; day
w ork; no Sunday woi k. dlo-tf
AXTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
house work. Enaulre at Mr. Henry bchnitz-
ler's. lOui b. Law rence ave. dS-tf
"yiTAXTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOCSE
1 1 work. Enquire US Xortli Waco. Mrs. Geo. L.
ltouje. jr. 2 tt
ANTED-A NUP.bE UIRL.
is. Water st.
TTTANTED-WHITE NURSE GIRL FOR TWO
VV small children. Apply at 3i Y. Third St.
"WrANTED A neat nuresirl; none under 15 years.
M Apply 31-Jb. La wreneo ave. dl-tt
Miscclla n cous.
Lnder this head lc per line per day.
T7 ANTED-A SITUATION RY AX EXPERI
1 enced nurse. Rest of references. Call on or
addre&s C17 N Emporia. lt"-6
Under this Head 2c ptr line per day.
WANTED MA L E HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
"'ANTED-HLACKSMITHS AND IRON WORK-
ere. v(ioii workmen and stead men. Apply
at the Me wart Iron wors. 11 f
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
7AXTED-A YOUXG MAN FOR OUR XOTIOX
department. Muuon A McXamara. d Is-It
T7AX'IkD-IWO GOOD DRY OOOHs SALE--
men, jounu me'i. Address "Dry Goods,"
care Eagle office. d 1&-A
Miscea llan eo us.
WANTFD-AT ONCE, A GOOD MAX TO TAKE
caieof tcHtr. cow. yard, garden, etc. G. II,
Blackw eider, bedyw icb block. l Is-tf
SITU A TIONSMA LE.
L nder this head lc per line i-er day.
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Em ploy mod Agencies.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
Under this head 2c per line pr day.
AGEXTS WANTED TO SELL THE PINLES.1"
CLOTHES LINE, patent rt--t.ri.tu-d '
holds the clothes without pins, thev do not frefr.ee to
it and can not be Huwn off. Sample line wnt by
mall. Mc, 50 foot line by mail, l.i. For cinuUrs.
trice list and terms, address 1 h Plnles Clothes
lnu Co., 17 Uermon at, V.oreebter. Mans.
1" w A : m
TV ANTED AGEVT"-IV FNERY CITY. TOWS
V and villace in tbe i'ni:d S'atos xcppt In
state or Kansas) to take snbv.rtpton-. iVxMaiAT
can make more No capita' rt-fjnirni. Sample
copies free Cash comml'fjn-, moot-v can bo uds
b p-Uinij- up Clubs. Audre-d the Wlcblta Kaaa,
icbita, Kan. 71-if
WANTED MISC ELL A NEO US
AXTED-EVERY MAN TO BRING HIS
iioth.nc to the Tallorias ami ReoovkUne
cfinpan (et thrm retnrned Mpsal to -. on
short notice and at mode raw prtCM. e py r4
for surploi tlothil ;
Pacts mMte to order, WS.
v'ANTED-FAMILy WASHING TO DO. WILL
1 taitn t ihloc home or will wroric at hoit?.
( all or iwldrrsi & -outa Wrr st. d li-fSt
XT ANTED-A PEKFECTLY GEXT1.E LIIE6
T t horsr, a-.o plutetoa mu7) Mom b in ro1
t ondH'Ofi, and chap for c&iih.
WANTED-TO BCY A GOOD ECOXD-IAD
baKZT- Addrs 1W8 N In-rrore . 17-fT
TrANTED-B" A PERFEC-TLY RELlARLi
V T p-rso A K3tle arw. jjd ptu'Um bajr to
use dartn? the Himmw for tair Let-ptag. Adcrrw
"K451UWC. thlsoSctj. 17-
TA'-AXTKD-HAVK IASH CUSIOMER FOR
1 1 oottac-e u north prt of dty, aattrt ts rhtr-
D W Mc a!U. ovf r 1 ) N .Ma.
WANTED-AT ONXE-LIT OF CITY PROP--rt
Improved aad BBlmprovd. Ham buy
ers at bottom nyarr. AIocoaM in usvercl cotcl
farms. D W McCa.ll, over 1W N Mats. rfe
-V'ANTED-RESIDEXCE-TO RENT A CON-
11 viict botsof 7orrotai.eotral?ylea4.
bramU faralir frttboot cltU3r. ztUtSxcVxrr
I rrer-T3-rs, Addrtt. Uoav-exer," car) DI7
ANTED-TO BfRROW tlHJ TO XZJtlt) OV
Nona Xin tr-t tslnirt zmvectr. Addr
H. B, No. 114 North JIjub st dli f
Y 'ANTED TWO MCXLY FVRVIsHHED
I room"! with Vrd. w Stn.ii t Mcck-uT Vv&r.
Uus and JIain. Address Mat c car Eaete Sbsx. U M
-ANEDHORESAN D ATTLE TO PAs-
ta ilrst cJa wKfcre oee jaH rreai
or the bsaa!! t
fiiv to J c riacjfrr. CfaLrwar
5f IavtrStstcBt cotaasy Wlitu
FOR SA LEMLctllanrou..
Lbirr iLH aejii a- frr asr tfcfcy
FOK SALE 'iNE UOOD LCUM-lf A D TEST.
Eaa. ttof foraUire aa ' W Doojfcjap
)R s-VLIA TTB KltOAI'S-itodb FTLINO
tift. Ar.f 'nu as Ht C&4 aad -9lM4. k4t
it. :orc raisi-o- ffivuti.A(. t. ati ar i44rt i
1 wgTW '.
SJa AT rTTlA .
CENT A BCXOKEi). AT
Mitac? far patiac t-
0 O O o
. V Y
THE PEOPLE'S COIUM.
Your Wants Supplied,
TjH)R SALE A LARGE LOT OF COWS. CALVES
X1 and heifers; also 2 and 3-year-old steers and
some cider. The above stock; is all in line condition
and Rood jrrade. It is now oa my ranch in OUlahoms
20 miles east of Noble, where tha parchASf r can
leave the stock after rehrandimr. until falL For
S articular inquire of G. Jl. Dickson, toovx Lover
Xortb.JIainteet,"Wlchlta,Kan. Win. Gre-iffea-stela.
OR SALE OR TRADE TEX HORSE POWER
tHJrtahlrt nHni nln nnp of Ttr-fin .Iftrh
double cylmdf hott Ins endnes, all In. eood order.
Enquire of J. K. Saw er. 2s Sedswick btuldlur.
"COR SALE THE BOX-TOX BAKERY BULD-J-
lng, oa Xertls Jlaln street. 3 story brick; will
pay 16 per cent on mone Invested. One 9 and one
11 room house on North. Lawrence, between Third
anil CentraL renting tor S70 per month; 7 room
house on North Topeka; renting for S3. 1 must sell
this property to some one; can be bandied ith a
small amount of cash. If you are lookins for bis
bargain come and see me &oou. 457 North Lawrence
avenue. A. fcinith. dll 8
1?OR SALE TWO THOROUGHBRED PEDI
seed female Put.Jl and 1J months old. and
6 Pun pups 7wteks old; rire. Compacted Cocoa LTV7.
by Ijidy Dude 3.037. Call on me at depot or adilresa
Attica, Kan. tt.JLImnieL dB C
FOR b.U-slX-ROOM COTTAGE HOUE
nith seventy-fle feet srround. tsiit front, south
side "econd street, comer second and North Ohio
streets No j, fenced, -walks, fruit and sh&do trees
For price and terms inquire .t houe- 9 13t
TrTOR Sale DE:DS, MQRTGAGES AND ALL
Jj kinds of lepal blRnk1"; blunk receipt books note
books, etc.. at the Wichita Eaie oSlce. Ui-ders by
mail promptly attended ts. dlOf-tf
I?OR SALE H' ALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND
. writer note books, blank receipts and nolo
books and Ieual blanket of v try kind. .Mall orders,
ptomptly attended .0. Cailonorapdwas tho Wich
ita Eagle, Wichita. Kan. 140-tf
FOR SALE A HANDSOIDZ L1THWGR.VPH
map of t heclty of Wu-hlta; stvts namt-s of trts,
public ouildinss, colleges, parks, etc lie ltrli tn
unen ppvr, price 5 ct-nts each: 3 for 10 cents. .0
cents, a dozen. Address the Wkhtta E-tle. Wichita.
OR SALE MY REMDEVCE ON N.
13tf rence ave at a sicriflce. It. II. Roys,
Under this head 2c per line per da v.
Under this head .c der line per day.
FOR SALE Farm Property.
Under this head 2c per line per da .
1011 s-ALE OR EXCHANGE-AM ACRES GOOD
JL corn and grass land, IU) arres broken, cjh
value Jlo pur acre, will trade for Mexican mare.
Address V. E. Clark, E. Hrooklyu a e . Kansas nty,
JIo. d lS-Sf
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Under this head 2o per linn per day.
F OR "jALE- BEf FAMILY HOKse'iXHE
cit. Good ililo. centle and w itliout a fault.
Call at edgu lck htable-, X. Marifet st d ls-
T70R sale-agoodfajiTly iIok.se'and
JU phaitou busey. luuulreof G. W. Joaee, EaI
block a tr
FOR SALE-City Meal Estate.
I nder this head Jc p-r line per day.
TTIOR SALE-133 LOTS Vi MILES FROM COURT
JL hou.v?, JU ii-h, half ciih. 1 K.F. lots on Fair
mount ave f 50 each. 5 room cottage on X. Sld
7tU. faOcash. 4 room cottace on S side WW. JUM
cath. 7 room house oil W lie, nlte, JL-XO. 'AO
earth. Those txad to buy can jnako monny by
listing tti their wants with us. Isrl llrots office
125 X. Market, second floor d lS-tf
FOR RENT Houses.
I nder this head 2c per Hue per day.
-- and Pine sts., 7roonrs hydrant, ater, im-
emont to street cars Possession clea at once.
Inquire 115 E. Pine street. d IS-tt
fgj FOR RLXT-Fl RXIsllEl)HOt s.K OF THREE
Est rooms, inquire at G17 North Emporia 16-43
17OR RENT-OVE FIVE ROOM COTTAOE AND
J one four room, also sotitha-t furnithefl room
with or without board. C.illntL.7 l)hk ae. Mr.
rf'j-j FOK RENT-A HOlF. OF 0 ROOM. XO. 4 X
OL s.outh I'opeka Call at liotu-e dl3 7t'
fhflFOR RENT-HOUSES ROOM.-;, NO Sfc WACO
ii avenue, price 115 per month; uohho and barn
.Nil. ."12 Ohio uvt nue, !iou-t lms 6 rofHOS and cellar
nicely finished, price tS ier month. J. E. Hhir' e
A bon, over !((. t-ast Douglas iie did
S? FOR RENT OR SAI E-REMDENrES IN ALL
EH parts ot the tlty. bright A. JlUle'r No. 133 X.
Jiuin bt. k-x
FOR RENT Rooms.
I nder this head 2o per lmeper day.
JL1 Xorth Toptka. tl lr-
FOR REVT FURNISHED ROOJIs, WITH
boanL JW. X. E. corner Third and Lsirrwc
1710R RENT-A DESIRABLE SOUTH E-T
JU room Cili at ra5S Lawrence ae. lft-
"lTrit- REST - AXUNFI RNIHHEI) FRO.VT
Jl ro-ini ith clis-ts: nVo nlcel fwrnlMtd ,-ptnc
roomi b day or w eek 260 X Main, oror Copr s
drucr store liK"
ITOI: REXT-FURMSHED ROOMS. 117 NOK1 H '
Jt? Einporia. HS K
TTOR RENT-o"UTH AND EAST FKOVT ROOMh ,
X conenleot to lwanl. iCl North Twpeka avr '
ITtORREVT-A VERY DEMBABLE FURXIsH j
" Ml rouin. 201 North Em porta li tf
IT'OR RENT-A FI AT IN THE BUTLER BLOCK !
X on M-ond floor. cMiBhiUn of ttra rMxaa, 4
room, cktet, bath nm,el. Awly IL II. Iftiu ,
ler. No. -'Li suuui Main street. , V U
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
I nder thin hd 2c per line per day. j
77UlTRhSTTilVkRSIDE PARK, FtMVr " OF I
X Central aenut flnt eroils la I bo xtaUr ,
Kood boating aufl flhlnir. hhh feaee: gal d
mstoii can beciiarxed. Apply u 'eo. Gay. n ii.m
FOR RENT OR SALE HrsiNEHS AND RB.
den.u property la all parts of Ue city. lerael
Under this brad ?e pr ! pr dar.
MON E Y f O LO A N -WE WI LL M AKX YOU
short time loan on chattfli.. real ata4 aad
all cflf-1 aecuntis. BUckwrlder A Iloibreo. 'J
Sedijwlrk block. 1?L
on kvViloas ox fi;rn ITUKK. HIA SOp.
oncans, hor-4. male. fwf. u-at-gai me. In
ainotints f rom iKi up at ra-ol nls Dtekinfin
A Lo room JU Miik-sk k Mock, ihlnt floor, dlt-at
MONEY TO LOAN-WE WILL JAjTyOP
tnoii-y on lone r fborx. llzm oa tarm sr rtty
lropert) . alwi on horv. atcltt. rraln. bowhold
woods, et. Itotue A Harper. aiO aad M Swjel
D"0 YOtWANT" WONKY W T.LI DLCM. IX
rw.rer bmidliir. vrlli loan voo fnn t up oa
p4ano. organs. ivmmboUL E-iS bar, cattln. and
MJ JkllJW -"-. -- n..r.
OSEY IiOAXED ON HOK-C. HCGQIEH
.M cow 1. piano, hooeeboid :mltttr. e. N'tai
botMrbt. IX yon vraav a ndmi uBanw wnn
rfu and e-i us. W. T. Na A- C, mvt la Nrti,
FOR RENT Stores.
Uadr thte fcd 2c per Ub-;xt y.
170R RENT-BRirK PTORB-ROOM NO 40 EAST
X DMia-bu avrnr. a&r offiae awl uVmfUMK fmm. V
nd DArtK v-n km. ta HlthUad bilL tkutme U
so. aC Di0fe areooe.
T OeT-BfcTWEEN o D DRAPER AU BICS
Jj ry T JidnX a vant w.tfc bra ciap. rmOMu
ine ojm & hUl. a ti I4 e aaa amn aer.
F1W wul a IllVrally t&ri0k W retWBtaraaawi
to Mr. O D Draa-r. Oi S Fo4rt wm. Wx-Mta.
M ISC ELLA NEO US.
Usder Ua ttntd 3r pr Ila pr day
f I IN FRflT ( AN- AT WHOtJtSALIC AXD
JL tail at factory. 1111 ii vast. fnj'
WT. HAVE CASH BCYERS TOT. DBSIRA3LS
I hvMd- rWas- ratrtT- " ma
Ltotnaywi-ireaia' sr mv.
Under taa a'aA lc pec Ba ?-r flay.
W a- Myers, landcait: aktkt i.ns
. mku M cent aartsc iwtawf. . -
ti Uvl "
MS. Popiw! cly
r&der tan tead 3e yet Uae pr tUy.
-LTOR K7ii.HXhUl.ZLtAj.KXr KKICK tnI.
X ftroto uf U wl -' MJirmt.
Iwe aat cwal f taar aMl "latter 4nua;
nutn, iiKKt. ti7 OUrr usm, utt
iol K :' 1ltL Hrt4 T tmrtMVm a1
TraUrtaM rb aaabtt tfwtt roara, glpm
hmA itr"- tr" 1 tt mrm?3Uu tum 4k4 ir
rfV.r W aaJ cajrtf i Mai a4r t awJia
jS, :a gov sarj tuZi a. v4 WickSU. wjt
i. J&4 lJ;v Ctt ' K - i- -
rmtM - 'JU- m& of -try z"4. ami
r cvtatar iMmt nalm m mvum
ttH, AOare c&re agW srit idaw.tfftl
IVMI EXtUAOE JM1a I M-Wlt t
l' rat rmem ' br ir,aa4 imn. M.
M tU. to aaiar r.SM. OK4HL 9''?-
Sft .tr Waas IMM gBwSj Wr 4-Qrfj-ra-
Kyliiar un grtf wOat. -aUf"
M'lSP T1NNIE rUiTEUSD WHX OPf A l Mil
cvatoMY w-JkorH fvr Uve mrlo sxmV-i M S, I I i fill
-.,.....- Ft t srtaxr tafor.ii 1 n aAr ,
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your "Wants Supplied.
Cnisr this head !c per line per day.
TTnder this head. Sc p-r lino per day.
Under tab hod 3c per line per day.
.FO.fi RENT Farm Projicrty.
Under this head 2c pe-t line per day.
Mlssomi 1'ACirtCB. K.
TRAINS. I ARKtVg I UBAVK
Fort Scott. Kansas dty. St. "
Louis and eastern ex . . .. 714am SIS Pit
Fort isjott. Kansas Oty. St.
Louis and eastern ei. . .. S3Ar.V ISftSrsi
Conivay bprimja, ABttMwy
and Kiowa ex. JOilAN ZTQjlH
Coaway SpriKr, Anthoay
andKlowaes 6COTM 15rit
IIul-.hlrv-KHi, MerKaE audi
l.ere-eo pus-vrager- 7STPM ZtOXit
Hnt-h Kur-JiXMiA, PoeMe
and Denvr ex 1136am KOrjC
AH trains raw dally.
Depot ;s?ooal and Wkatta strrMK ticket office ET?
North Jlaln street. K. R. 1IUW!K1.1IV.
Paseiser aad Ttoket. Agent.
NEW TIMK TABLE CHICAGO. HOCK 1SLAXD
rOreat Rock Iskuwl Rte.n
la effect oa .iaa after April S. XL
I AHRIVK I LBAVK
filM.NO NORTH AMI rST. .
No. 2 CoJorudo sj.ftitvj
Dcaver aad PmHAc co
Express dallv . . . J
No. 2 Kahsrs City, st. IMlsl
ami Chlcaco. Throwra!
Jutland ex. dally . . ..I
No. 4 Kaaas City, St. Lotttoi
and Chlcasu aieM tsx.
No. tB Accamuiodtte.f
daily except Sunday .. j
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No tKMUat City, St. Louis!
aiHl Chlrao ex dAily...
No 1 k-iaas City. SC rnrtsl
and Chk-Hro thraen iwiili
and ex. dnliy . . .
No 81 Acconuiodjitkm.dAlly
except Mumay . t
200 pm' 2SflPU
Elecant reclltilnc rlmir cars on all trates, iwt
Pulliuau sleepers from iehtta to Ka&aa City aatt
Chlcajfo without chosen oa usht tnuas. Tfekft
Mid and baaxe checked through tn all eolats
north, south. ea.-.t and w. and MeAmsttlp uakrw
sold to all 1 urnpean points at lowest rates. Cttv
tK-ietoSlce StO Eat Iomtl avfou. rewr Main
nr-t. pa-vsenKer Malion cvruer DotviA aad Meivl
avenues. Telephone MM.
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ami Union Depot, DungUa aveeaf.
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supt.. tr 4Ui Mint Doucla"
Union Ticket oSkn IX' Xortli Main Mrf aad at
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lltv I n Ion Ticket oflice 121 North JIata atre44l
Union Depot. t)ni;ls avenue.
DOCTOR "" TERRILL
154 ' MA3 ST., WICHITA, KAN.
Cures diseases f women horetoforn
fil)Hmloux1 by llie profesion. Such tin
fibroid tumors, displftcomontet, n
lui'iromrnts, pralnpsut, etc., br the ho
1 uh'ctriclty, jicconlinK to the mth
mIh eluborutetl by tho fruat i-'renob.
EHOlS I3ISKASKS Dr. Terrill
winhe- to call the uttontion of thonn
siillrrinx: from nervoiiH diaenwets Hf
alysls, uon ouh prostration, rtc, tj tho
Mtnulerl'til curative effect to be de
rived frm "electricity"' Mhcn jtcieu
titlrnlly applied, and (Jeslren to stato
that lie makCH the npliHtln ofelec -trieity
in nervous disease a. wnecinl
feature of his practice. Tho doctor
1ih.s the line-it HUy diamond carbon
cell battery ever Heen in the wot and
all the appliances especially iMlnptcd
to the treatment of lost manhood
or Hemlnal w eakness, wliich he quick
ly and permanently euro by the all
CATAHUII ISvery caie of catarrh
Is curable if properly treated, rejftrl
lesorwhat others i)avi said. .Many
("(" eurel by a single treatment.
IMLKS, ilrttulit aud all rectal diseac-
cured; no knife, no pain; a cur-; t;iiai
jiuteed. I'retheral Strlcturea quickly al
permaiieiitly unred; no cutting or
pain; no money until cured.
CHIIOMC JUSKASK3 HroHchlti.
asthma, hay feter, all throat trnd litHxr
troubles, kin eruptloiu. rheiuiiHtbtiii,
dropny, Jtriifht'i tii4'a, lJdier,
kidney and urinary diHaei4f blMxt
jhiinoii and private d s. ,.
SVI'FUfJij The dread o neajn of
mankind, quickly aud permnnently
citrd, by the new treatment, m Itliout
the poitonoutdriijri of lay coii by.
.Medicine sent to all jmritt of tho
country. tJeml for question blank.
J. II. TKHUIF.L, M I
Old parxtra for mi at tkk o8le-4( twafai
TboK in eompomimnem with friond In
the eaat wbo rmttnuplatt viMtiax lWui
on baakKMi or plwwrare hi tha now intutr.
Hbottki b wlrijml of the acria of homtr
ker r.xrnrKlna to be mo by the lopti
lar Knaco hn from .. Louia to WkktUi
00 April 28, May V. Sptnbw. brpifMo
Ur '& aod OUW U. 10
Thf ticLrt are KfA to iera Utirtr
days from date of . and an mA mt tb
cxtrTily kv rat" oimi Imb tarthn
rouud trip The Friaeo line i Ihmmtlr
lute mrantnK two dally xpcm tnatai
betwr ht. Loola and wkhltA wit tool
hanKC D WisKAKT,
e corral I'mwisgrr Agent, AC jnbm. Mo.
Th sata IV Oub;'.
Br to now 3miU K tim tablo It will
b ooNTrecl that tae Chicago faos txfw
lcar hmt Uu bean uml tUttm whmiiw
later and arnTf. in Calcao lh tollflwiMC
taominc makitfv; all riMttrn riwncrtaa
Tlw UafTeatoa train )ht4m four Immkh ad
forty fire xitsntt latrr aod rsbi tbn
I Mtme tinw to sJto. The Ior train
- rr forty mtnutca mrlkfr and anrtvw v.
lUiblo at e-Si a. m , Ulors4o Hprlnsvi 1-M
a. m.. I!itt 16 V- a m. This trdo ta
eia(ppd with chair nr Ptidww a
dininsr as Ad will not to for nvnala hs
formerly. dl2 tf
CrC. W,4H tBTna.
LwtttfHve Carta. Xa Canit,
Party Uiuawi, lrtat4 r
lMSfTU3l.i a U. VrUbAtM
OKArKKO a Pjtot4 Uur
BwU, Hot H '!. Ktf)Wy-fi. ad-
toi C4. W!lr rt PartT lrt-
tklU. CaflW. Gkr4s. lMHn
rgtVxX.rv.i.iL WJcaiLa aI . WViAft.
Thw oflWr i preporml to f uroiah all tho
b!a&jt whi"ti ar d la cosertioa ith
tK-aw.tuc up butmtaimlti in Oththoaaa. !
n -xf hwaka, whUh art tho oaty
biaok printed that have Inen spptroi'cd by
the bmd oooxnalMhMvr at WoAteiua.
sv'c a Tht.
The MmmhuI Pariik irjl il tihn to
puHwa. Coaonuoo ia-iwe tmd DmrtrUM.
Ksuusa City. ! Jjtoaat CtoalVa UM,
i Lotua osljr & U kU ethor potM
rwpotxttncly km (mil awi qot lowo
ratrfk. VKwmth Mm rtrt- M-arl Pa
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