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fxt TUitMia Jpailij ggjle: tttrtog f)Xewadtoj& f mte 22,-1890.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
"Yards for 34 hours 360 cattle, 815
iogs, and for the week just closed,
1,779 cattle and 8,783 hogs. A gain
of 249 cattle and 1,529 hogs over last
week. The cattle receipts today -were
composed mostly of Texas cattle "which
arrived too late for the market and
will be held over. Very few cattle
about 60 head changed hands today.
The market was steady to strong, and
more good cattle would have sold at
firm prices. Hogs were in good sup
ply for closing day. The packers could
not get things in readiness for start
ing up today, consequently only a
few hogs changed hands. It is quite
probable they will start up Monday,
although it is not very certain. Tues
day will, without a doubt, find every
thing in running order again.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Kan., Juno 2a
ncco-lpt SCO. Shipments none.
The receipts consisted mostly of Panhandle cattle,
which arrived too late, for today's market. The
cattle market hroke badly durlncr the early part of
the week, but within the past two days It has Im
proved nnd prices have advanced about 10c per KW,
There is a good demand for native fecdinc steers
and stockers. Good handy butcher's cratles hell
well. Chlcaco market steady with 8,003 on sale.
Kansas City had 2J(fi on sale and closed steady. 1 he
only sales on this market today were 10 butcher s
Meers. averaging 773 pounds, at W 35, nnd lit stocK
liolf ers. averaging .7J4 pounds, at 2 35- There was a
steady feellnc at the close.
Native shipping Rteers. cood to extra.. .$4 00 1 25
Good to extra native butcher steers, 1100
1200 lbs 3 M f M
Good butchers steers. SOOQIOM 3 2o 3 40
Native feeding steers 3S &o .
Native stockers 2 30 &3 20
Choice cows and heifers 250 .i 00
"alrto good cows and heifers 2 2o &2 SO
Bulls and stairs j 2.io
Fatyearllntr 3 S3, 3?
Good yearlings - -J t3.-a
Trass cows i ' w- w
Canners.A 1 to QUO
Poorercradosand scallawacs 1 U0 fel .)
Veal calves M 7 00
Receipts 815. Shipments .
The receipts were liberal for closlnsday. The
week's receipts are the largest, with one or two ex
ceptions. In the history of this market, and had it
not been for the hiah water, which caused the pack
ing liotisoi to shut down and consequently no ho;s
M-llInsr. causing many shippers to hold tholr ship
ments until the first of tho week, the receipts would
)une largely overrun any they have yet had and
proved the banner week in the history of tho yards.
The Kansas City market closed about 2Hc higher
There he been no sheep on the market this
week. Prices have ruled steady.
Good mutton sheep. fWUOO 4 004
Good stock, wethers, 75333 3(033 50
Good to extra lamus 1 10J.1 09
Wichita Horse and ilnio Market.
Wichita. Kan., June 2L
The week's business has been from satisfactory
all through the week, and will probably continue
very quiet for several weeks, until farmers get
tliroucq barvestin:;. They are too busy to come in
w ith stock now. 1'rlces rule Arm.
Kxtra draft horses fl25 (WJI.VJ 00
Good draft horses 100 00115 00
Estra mares 100 (XX125 00
f.oodniares 70 (XK-HO 00
Extra drivers - 150 00S225 00
Good drivers 110 (0&225 00
Extra stri-eters - i UO&110 00
Good streetcrs 75 CKX. 'M 00
Oregon S500$ 50 00
riugs 25 M SO 00
Mu'os.14 hands (SOU 7500
Mules, UH hands 0 !0 00
Mules. 15 hands - SOOlKrflOJOO
Jlules.heaiy. UVS.VH nands 12.. 0031G5 On
Mules, pino aoocnteouo
J. "W. Fackon, Cheney, marketed a car
Henry McFadden, ifarion, sent in a car
J. W. "Workman, Lyons, was on the
market with a car of hogs.
T. V. Borland came in from Stafford
with a cur of hogs.
Col, E. Neff, Arkansas City, sent in a
car of hogs.
M. M. Munger, Harper, marketed a car
John SicelofT, Belle Plaine, had in two
cars of hogs.
M. E. Caton had a car of hogs at the
L. AV. Robinson, a prominent stockman
of Towanda, was looking over the market
this afternoon and attending to some busi
ness matters in the city.
The packers find much more work than
they anticipated in claning up and getting
everything in running order again. They
are running their forces night and day
uiid hope to have things running all right
acaiii by Monday and if they succeed they
ill be on the market buying again on
that day, but there is nothing certain
about it. The high water which is a very
unusual occurrence in that section, in
fact probably has never been known so
high before, has caused the packers much
inconvenience, extra work and more
or less damage. They are do
ing everything possible to facili
tate matters as they are anxious to
pet things fixed up and running as usual
the arlie-st possible moment. To make
things as pleasant and satisfactory as pos
sible to the salesmen and shippers, Super
intendent Dulanoy, in behalf of the stock
yards company, offered to take all the hogs
which came in yesterday and today at
$3.45 and several shippers sold at those fig
ures, bur a large portion were held over
for .Monday's market. This certainly
h-hows a liberal and progressive disposition
on the part of Superintendent Dulaney
nnd the company, to do everything in their
power to advance the interests of the new
live stook market of tho southwest at all
LIVE STOOK MAEKET.
Kansas CITT. Mo.. June 21. CATTLE Receipts
JT0. shipments 3H Market strong. Steers ifl
i.U Sh cows. J 1 Kg3 Hi, stockors anil feeders, S2 f8
(43 75. HOGS Hccel pts. SMI. snipmcnt", ftVxX Mar
Vet "ic lower. All grades $3 5213 6.Hj; .bulk
S.i 57U S11KC1' Receipts 1200, shipments none.
Market quiet Good to choice muttons fJ 0S
f fth lambs 2 2i3.3 75; stock-ers and feeder $3 ttX
CniCAOO. III., Juno 21. CATTLK Receipts.
2.5(11 shipments LOW. Market steady. Beeves
$4 75cSi5 00: steers. f3 03 60; stockers and feeders.
?2 503 W: cows bulls and mixed Jl 503 .Vk
Texas cattle, f 1 SMtf 2a HOGS-Kecelpts. 13.000:
slilpmrnt 4.0M. Market strong and active- Mixed
fo S.3 95: henvy $3 70(34 ft); light. 53 7.?4 (O.
MIKEP Receipts, l.OH shipments none. Market
strong. Natives 4 A5 .Ms Texas :X34 4ft lambs
5 0037 0a.
Wichita Grain .Market.
Wicuita. Kan June 2L
Grain receipts show quite a falling off from last
week, owing, no doulit, to the- fact that the farmers
have been too busy harvesting to market grain.
Wheat Receipts for the week. 5.U32 bushels. The
market has ruled a little weik and is about 5c lower
than one week ago
Corn Receipts for the week. S2.2IXI bushels. The
demand centlnues fair and prire have ruled about
steady throughout the week. White corn is a little
trong and show.-, an advance oj 1 cent per bushel.
Osts Receipt . for tho week. 17.2i busheK The
market has ruled we.ik and prices have declined
full v 2c per buhel on account of the light demand.
Rye Receipts for the w-ek, 700 busheK The mar.
ket'ls active and Arm.
GRAIN" Car lots on tracV:
WHEAT-Good milling 73&75e. while other grades
are quoted at 7t)c and down.
CORN No 3 or bolter 21&2c. white 23S21C.
RYE No S. or lettcr 35ca7Vi.
II AY U 50 jer ton In car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop in car lots 50c per 100 lb.
Wichita Provision Market.
Wichita. Kan.. June 2L
The demand for hog products has been active
throughout Uie week. 'Prices have roled steady.
Orders from new territory are daily being received
und the packers are kept very busy filling orders
and taking care of the daily sup ply of hogs,
SCGAR CURED MEATS Canvass or plain hams
ffllh and up wsllUc.bams 15t201bs lP-jcoams me
d an and tin lolt12c nams small Mze 10.12 Ibj 11
atfc, California picnic hams 'He breakfast bac oa
Hull width or strips SJsSlOc, dried beef-ham textra
i'.rv 1 0c. smoked beef tongues per doz. 53 60. cottage
or boneles ham;. S,New Y'ork shoulders ftgSMc, Cali
fornia bacon GJtc Teanesee bacon 6Jic rolled sisool
ua bonclc&s tic.
SIDE MHA.TS Short clear sides packed fdrr salt,
K 405 (Bhi per 100 lbs. clear flitches 55c, English bel
lies 5Jic long clear sides $5 4025 50,Bhoulders lU&SH
clear backs $5 t0&5 75 per 100 lbs, long clear bacon
tS 0OS.G 25 cwt short clear bacon $5 00, clear bacon
backs (6 00&6 50. bacon flitches J6 006 5a bacon
SAUSAGE Fresh pork sausage No 1 5JSGVa fresh
pork sausage (extras) 7c, Vienna and and Frank
furt 10c. head cheese 5c. bolognas rounds 4J$5c
bolognas middles 435c. nlckles bologna 4J4S5c
tongue sausage 5c, liver sausage 5c, blood pudding 5c,
LARD Basis To"; choice family GUc baker's spe
cial 6Hc, pure leaf 7c, Whlttaker's Star liic Whltta
ker'g nastry Wfc
FRESH MEATS-BEEF Sides orwhole carcasses
&?Gfc hind quarters Ct3754c. fore quarters 34c
loins SaiOc PORK Pork loins 6c, tender loins 'Jc,
spare ribs 6c, back bones 2c
PREPARED PICKLED GOODS-PIg's feet put In
halves and spiced. Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 25. kltts, 15
lbs. 75c. Pickled and spiced pig's tongue Kltts. la
lbs. 1175. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 SO, kitts, 15 lbs. 65c
"Wichita Wholesale Fruit Market.
Wichita. Kan, June2L
There has been quite a brisk business during the
week in berries. Lemons and oranges scarce and
high, but In active demand. Bananas in fair sup
ply und the demand Is good. Prices unchanged.
ORANGES Mexican 4 7M4 03 per box,
California Mediterranean sweet $4 50j 00;
perbox.3Iesslnaf550a6 00 per box. Imperial $5 50
per box. San Diego I 75per box.
LEMONS Messina per box. W 003S 00.
STRAWBERRIES-fl .'-02 00 per crate.
RASPBERRIES-t2 503 00 per crate.
GOOSEBERRIES $2 002 50 per crate.
PINE APPLES None In market.
APPLES None in market.
BANANAS $2 00 $3 00 per bunch, fane $5 50 per
FIGS Layers ISlSc per lb H oval boxes f3505
3 75 per 1M.
DATES-PersIan601bbores.S&9c per lb, Fard
1214 lb boxes. 12c per lb.
HONEY' California. 1 lb frames. 17lSc perlb.
Wichita Flonr Market.
Wichita, Kan June2L
The flour market has ruled quiet throughout the
week, dealers all buying as they actually need it.
Very few orders coming in for shipment. Prices
Best patent, per cwt standard price $2 60
hecond grade. yj
Uxti-a fancy 2 aj
bhipstutr, bulk o5
liitui .'. &ii
Wichita Leather 3IarkeU
Wichita. Kan. June 21.
The business for the week has been very good and
shows some improvement over the corresponding
week of last year. Prices unchanged.
SOLE LEATHER SlaughterJ -."MJlc, B. A. v27
29c, good damage 212oc.
HaRNEssi Acorn oak S7c, No 1 oak die, L. H. 32c,
Union oOc, Hemlock 27c
CALF-Doniestic05a&$l 03, French 1 0031 50.
CUT HALF sOLEs Extra heavy 5a, heavy
J3 iw, medium 2 50, light l 251 75.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
Wichita. Kan June 21.
The market is rather inactive, as the demand is
limited. Prices about steady.
HIDES No 1 green 3&c per lb. No 2 green 3J$c per
lb. No 1 green salt 4tc, .No 2 green salt gfc.dry hides
6&7iicper lb, bulls and stags 2Jc
I'ALLOW-No 1. 3c per lb. .No 2 2c
bliEKP PELl'to ouijc each.
Wichita AVool Market.
WicnrTA. Kan.. June 21.
Tho demand is slow and the market weak and 2c
Bright condition Bright medium He, heavy me
dium 12c. light line 12c, heavy line 10c.
Earthy conditions Medium lie. flue S10c, coarse
iKSHc, Mexican select grades 10S12C, coarse and
Wichita Produce Market.
Wichita. Kan., June 2L
New potatoes plenty at prices quoted. Eggs in
fair supply; market barely steady at quotations.
Garden truck in ample supply; prices weak. .Butter
plenty; prices uiicnaugea.
POTATOES Kansas 60c per bushel, northern 70c
new, 75c&il 00 per busheL
C VUHAOES-New Sc.
ONIONS New f 1 50 per bushel.
PIE PLANT lj&s per lb.
SPINAGE 5c per lu.
LETTUCE-Sc per lb.
RADISH ES-lOc per doz. bunches.
ASPARAGUS 15c per doz. bunches.
SPRING ONIONS 16c doz bunches.
PARSLEY 22c doz bunches.
EGGS a&yUe per doz.
BUTTER I'ancy creamery 14c. choice creamery
13c. choico butter liyic, fair iOc.cooking butter Sc.
CHEESE Eastern full cream 13c. half cream 11
12c. skim 8S'Jc. llmburger 1221ic brlci 151(5, full
cream Swiss lCcilGc.
CHICKENS Live hens 5Q.6&C per lb., roosters 3
3c; spring, 10c.
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
New Y'ork Money.
New York. June 21.
Money on cill easy; no loans: closed offered at 4.
Prime mercantile paper W&a,".
Stirling exchangeqmet but steady at ?1 S5 for CO
da; bills and fl 8TM for demand.
Chlcasro Grain and Produce
Chicago, 111., June 31. The market was
sluggish and there was a gradual weaken
ing in prices. The closing was c lower
Corn was quite and inactive. The feel
ing prevailing was steady.
Oats were traded in fairly and a steadier
Pork Very little business, slight
changes in prices.
Lard Trading decidedly light. Prices
Tho leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT June &"H;C. July S6Jc, August SfrKc.
CORN June 34c, July 345;c. August Salic
OATS-Julv 2!iMc, AuguM, ZlKc Septcmlwr 2:c.
PORK July f 12 jo; August il2 40; September
LA Rl) July $3 90; August $G 00; September ffi 10.
SHORT RIBS-July to 10; August i 5 20; September
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOl'R Steady and unchanged.
WHEAT No 2 spring, 85sc.; red, 65Jc.
SHORT RIBS-Sides f5 05g.5 10.
SHOULDERS-Dry salted t5 (XK45 10.
SHORT CLEAR S1DES-J5 45j 50.
SUGAR Cut loaf IHOZHc; granulated 65c; stand
ard A Ciic
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat H.liOO 15.000
Corn 24S.UO -laOU)
Oats 150000 20.Ol
BUTTER Steady; unchanged. Fancy separator
14iclSc; finest creamery 13w311c. fine li:&212J4c,
finest dairy, lO&Hc, fine 69c
Kansas City Prodncc.
Kansas City. Mo.. June 21.
The Dallv Indicator reports.
FLOUR XX. 65c; XXX 75c; family 1 05; choico j
$1 40: fancy $1 70; extra lancy 1 iftsi- bo' patent
$- 10u 2 lo.
WHEAT Unsettled. No. 2 hard cash. Toe; June,
73i.c: July. TOaTOUc; No. 2 red ea-b. Sic.
CORN Higher. No. 2 cash 29Ha June. 23Jc
OATS Easier. No. 2 cash. 2ric; June. 2fc.
RYE Lower. No 2 cash, 2Sc; June. 2Sc
EGGS Slow nt Sc
M 1 LLTUFK-Irregular.
HAY Quiet. Strictly fancy prairie $6 506 75;
good to choico $3 5iv?4 U0.
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common J3 65;
reflnel J3 TO.
FLAXEED-f 1 25.
BUTTER Good to !fancy creamery steady nt S3
14c , good to fancy dairv Wile.
CllEESE Steady. Northern twins lOftllc: West
em SiOe. Young America 10i3llc. skimmed 45.
LIVE POULTRY Finn, good demand Choice
hens $3 0033 25; small fat f 2 502 75; roosters$3 W
i2 5. spring chickens f I 252 00.
BREAKFAST BACON J3 50.
DRIED BF.EF $7 50.
DRIED SALT MEATS Short clear sides $5 00;
dry lone clear JT. 00; shoulders $5 50.
SMOKED MEATS Long clear $6 00: shoulders
6 a short clear sides $6 5a
LARD-Refined. $7 25.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Louis. Mo June 21.
WHEAT Lower. CashSTc; JulyS5Hc; August
CORN Steady, Cash 32Kc; Jul-32j.T; August
OATS Firm. Cash, 2Sc bid; July 25c August,
POKK-Steadr. Cash $11 oO.
LARD Nominal at 5 65.
New Y'ork Produce.
Nev Yoke. June 21.
WHEAT Weak. No. 2 red 04c
CORN Steady Na 2. 41c
OATS Dull. June r.Vs-Wic
COFFEE Easy. Spot Rio dull at 20c
SUGAR Easy. Fair refining 4 15-lfc centrifugals
Wc; test 5 9-GIc; refined firm, active; 15V15ic exu&
C a S-lti'5 11-lSc, w hlte extra 5tc A 6c yellow 554c:
off a 6 3-lSS6Vie,mouldA 6 13-ltc standard A 6f ccon
fectioners etc crushed TVc; cut Icif The powdered
7 l-16c. granulatwl Pc: cube 6;x
EGGS Steady at HHU4ic.
BUTTER-Firm at r.lH4C
CUEE&E Active. Western 765c
Repairing, cleaning and dyeing a spe
cialty: tailoring of all descriptions; prices
moderate. "Wichita Tailoring & Renovat
ing company. 309 Xorth Main. d30 4t
Loot at This.
The Missouri Pacific will sell tiekets to
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver?4.00.
Kansas City, St. Joseph and Omaha $4.00,
St. Louis oifly $5.00. All other points cor
respondingly low. Call and get lowest
rates. 137 north Main street Missouri Pa
cific ticket office. Shortest line to St.
Louis by 4S miles. Two hours the quick
est, dl tf
M. C. CAiD?BELL.
J. O. Davidson-, Pres. c. A. Waxkee, V. P.
PAID UP CAPITAL - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'BS' LTABILITT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital cf any Bant In ths State
Shippers of Live Stocfc can save botli
time and money by doing' their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BANK.
Arthur FaulJcner, Cashier
ATTOBS"EYS AT LAW.
Tnos. C. vru.90s. Jos. A. Bbubaciieh.
WILSOF & BJtUBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 1L dlOS-tf
W. P. CASfPBBLL. JAS. L. DYER.
Attorneys at Law, Wictjits, Kan. lOStf
H. C. Slcss. w. E. Stanley.
SL USS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Karris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
J. R. Hallo well. J. E. Hume.
LateU S. Attorney.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
A. P. ROHRBAUGH. W. H. RADCH.
iiosrbaugb: ma ucii,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United States and
Canada. No. 147 31aln St.. Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2, 1 and 6 203 N. Main at., Wichita,
Jon.v w. adams. G. W. c. Jones. G. w. Adams.
ADAMS, JONES & ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway east of the
Wichita National Bank, ll&-tf
j. m. rniLLirs. p. e. rniLLirs.
fiiillips & nriLLirs,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary Collese,
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo aro prepared to do all kinds of vctcrlnarv
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mall will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. Wo use an operating table
lnf tead of throwing horses.
Office, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
E. E. HAMILTON, M. J).
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat,
Cutarrh and fitting glaues.
Office 127 N. Market street,
Israel & Myers block.
BR. C. C. FUJiLEY.
PHYSICLVN : AND : SURGEON.
331 East Douglas Ave.
213 North Market Street.
Professional Clla Attended Promptly
DM. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseases'a sprecialty. Homo
for Ladies during confinement. Strictly private
when so desired. Letters of Inquiry confidential
and answered immediately on receipt of arae.
Ho:ne, 711 South Ida avo. Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hours 9 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. in.
1 30. Room IT. Frtohhnlmer Building.
Sunday. 9 to
E. Y. MUNSELL, M. D.
Eye, Ear. Nose. Throat and
Catarrh Rooms 13 and 15
No. 205 North Main stieet.
Residence, 1200 South Em
C. W. TEMMY,
Architect and Superintendent. Rooms 1G and 17
Bitting block, W lchlta, Kansas
w. m. ?jcbb:emson,
Archlteot. Room IS. No. 200 North Main Stret,
Wlcaita, KansM. HT-tf
W. T. PHOODFOOT. . W. BIRD.
PMOUDFOOT cC BJMD,
Archltecta and Superintendents. Offlco in Fech
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. Offlco
113 East Douglas avenue over Paul Jones & Co.'a
drug store, Wlohlt, Kansas. 151-tf
DM. E. H. CMEDITOM.
Dentist. Office 1U N. Main over Smith & Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence C6 . To
peka avenue. Wichita, Kansas. Sl-tf
Full sets of teeth $5. 13 and 110;
Gold Fillings $1 and up; silver 75c;
Extracting with coacaine 50c Wo
BOYD'S DENTAL ROOMS,
DR. T. f. Bo YD. Dlt. J. A. Holixneergkh.
113 East Douglas Avenne. 100
A. J. ZrPLEGATE.
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer fc Notary Public,
Fine draughting a specialty Complete abstracts
to any Itad in SeA
wick block. Can 1
ick county, uoora ns sc-og-
found during buiness hours at
The Photographer. Pictures in all tie and styles
He also carries the finest a--orunt of pictare
frames in the city. Give tim a friendly call and
REAJL ESTATE AGENTS
Fiied W. Israel, B, C Israel
REAL ESTATE AJS'D ltETS.
Such bargam-, a. we cn now offer in Wichita
propertv and SedewicS county farm lands were
never oiered befon;. Mony earcfoUy invented for
non-resldenta and their Wiciiita latere- property
cared for. Office 3d fioor. K5 North Market, UrawH
Not ire. E
Oa and after June 0, 150, the Frico line
will resume tariff rates in effect March 9.
ISO. D. "WlSHART.
Wichita, May 20. G. P.A
ELDRIME & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas.
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report. Citizens' Banfe. Kansas NatT Bank.
R. W. ELDRIDGE,
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
LRU : STOCK : COMMISSION : MERCHANTS
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per annum, fisa. Addre
lster Superior. Sistew of Chirity., B. V.iL 105-t
MISSOURI PACIFIC R. R.
Fort Scott. Kansas City, St.
Louis and eastern ex
Fort Scott, Kansas City, St.
Louis and eastern ex
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex.
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex
Hutchinson, Sterling and
Hutch- Kanapolis, Pueblo
and Denver ex
All trains run dally.
325 pm 1205 Pil
'55 pm 740 am
Depot Second and Wichita streeLs; ticket office 127
North Main street. E. E. Bleckley".
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
new time table chicaoo. rock l5laxd &
("Great Bock Island Route."!
In effect on and after April S. ISM.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
GOING NORTH ANI1 EAST. '
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
ana unicago. inrougn
Mail nnd ex. dally
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. C2 Accommodation,
daily except Sunday.
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. dally... .
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail
and ex. daily
No. CI Accommodation, dally
Elcpant reclining chair cars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
sold and baggage checked through to all points
north, south, east and west, nnd steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket office 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
Ftreet; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 199.
C. A. Rutherford. Ticket Agent.
Jno. SEnASTiAN, G. T. fc P. A.. Chicago. 111.
ST. i odis & Sax FRANCISCO r. r.
I ARRIVE LEAVE
Going West,- pass (to Ells
worth) Going we-t, pass, (stops at
Going East, passenger.
Going East, passenger
G olng West to Burrton
4 53 P M
10 0 P M
4 50 P M
City Union Ticket ofuce. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICniTA & WESTERN R. R.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass. (dally;.....
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going East, freight.
I 805 AM
1085 a Ml
D. H. Rhodes, Freight & Pass. Agt. 122 N. Main
Supt., cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket ofllco 122 North Main street, and at
Uulon Depot, Douglas avenue, "W. D. Murdock.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA i SANTA FE R. R.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
NORTH AND EAST.
Dcnverexpress 405pm 410pu
Eastern express 1235pm 1240pm
Colorado and California ex
press 400PM 410pm
Chicago express fc50PM 91)0 1 31
hOUTII AND WEST.
Oklahoma fc Panhandle est 740 am 740 am
Texas Express , 405pm 410pm
Caldwell Express I 700 pm 700pm
City Union Ticket office 122 North Main btreet,and
Union Depot, Duglas avenue.
This office is prepared to furnish all tho
blanks which are u&ed in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. "We
use Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
The Santa Fe Change.
By the new Santa Fe time table it will
be observed that the Chicago fast expre&s
leaves here three hourb and fifteen minutes
later and arrives in Chicago the following
morning, making all eastern connections.
The Galveston train leaves four hours and
forty-five minutes later and makes tho
same time to Galveston. The Denver train
leaves fort minutes earlier and arrive at
Pueblo at 6:23 a. m., Colorado Springs 7:45
a. m., Denver 10:45 a. m. Tin's train is
equipped with chair cars, Pullman and
dining cars and will not stop for meals as
formerly. dl2 tf
Broko the Bell.
In the days of the chestnut bell a lot
of uh were waiting at Trenton for tho
Long Branch train, and one of the men
began telling about his experience on a
wrecked vessel in mid Atlantic. Near
by, on a passenger's trunk, sat a pale
faced, weary eyed young man of twenty
summers, who was going down to tho
Branch with his ma. Ho wore a chestnut
bell, and this was perhaps the first time
he had had a chance to ring it. Tho
gentleman was proceeding with his story
when ting-a-lingl went the belL He
stopped and looked around, and then
continued, but after half a minute the
young man belled Mm up again. The
man looked annoyed but went on, and
during the quarter of an hour he was
talking that bell rang about fifteen times.
When he had finished he looked over to
the weary young man nnd asked:
"What is that bell for?"
"Chestnuts," was the reply.
"How do you mean?'
"Why, 3'ou know, when you hear any
thing old you ting-a-ling on the bell."
"Oh, you do. I gue33 Til try it once.1
He got up, shook the young man out of
his coat and collar at the first shake, and
then whirled him around, ended him up,
and gave him a toss over a heap of bag
gage. The bell boy got up covered with
dust and a wreck, the bell broken by the
shock and his collar hanging by one end,
and a3 he disappeared into tho ladies'
room we heard his mother exclaim:
"Why, darling, didn't I warn you to
look out for the locomotive?"
And the man who had told the story
"Best to take such cases at the start
and administer strong medicine. He
might have rung that bell on somebody
who'd have got mad and damaged him
beyond repair." New York Sun.
Todcrng the Order.
Little Hattie, 4 years old, had, for some
misdemeanor, been told by her mother
not to go out of the yard. Having be
come wearied of br own companion
ship and seeing two playmates enjoying
themselves in a yard across the street,
"Charlie, come over here."
"Oh, I can't," replied the ungaEant
A period of thought, and again she
"Ln. play I'm Charlie's grandmother.7
All right." answered La.
Silence for a moment, then:
"Lh. tell Charlie his grandmother
wants him to come over and see her."'
Sir James Hector, notd in New Zealand
for his sci-iitiflc attainmenU, deplores
what he describes cs "the perfect athletic
inama whidi hre arisen in tie Anstralios."
He 535-5 that '"to be a-hero fa tb colonies
one must exoeL not in brain work, but in
the training of the muscles of xha arma
THE CURIOSITY SHOP.
A Collection of Fugitive .Facts and OuV
In a recent conversation -with a represen
tative of The Pall Mall Budget, ZL Zola
Kava a resume of his plan of action when
preparing a new work, and observed that
before he began to write he lived the life of
his characters. In the "Assommoir," how
ever, h had drawn simply and solely on
the experiences of his youth, but before
penning "Germinal" he spent a year among
the miners of Anzin, and he had qualified
himself for "L&.Terre" by residing among
the peasants of tie Beauce and the Perche.
After these confidences iC Zola was sud
denly confronted by his interlocutor with
tho remarkable question: "How about
'Nana'?" The novelist was equal to the
occasion. It was not true that he had
spent a day with the notorious demimon
daine, and that he fell Into raptures a'oout
her boudoir. He did lunch once with a
lady of facile manners, to whom a friend
introduced him for professional purposes;
but his chief information was derived f rom
the "green room" of the Varietes, where
M. Lndovic Halevy took him, and where
he mads the acquaintance of lime. Judic.
All the legends published in the papers
about his search of "human documents"
for the production of "Xana" were works of
Tho Princess Uismarck.
If little is known, in England of Prince
Bismarck's life, still less is known of tho
lady who for morothan forty-two years has
shared his home. The Princess Bismarck
is described as the very model of a practi
cal, methodical German matron, with an
eye for every detail of household arrange
ment and economy. It was at the wedding
of a. friend that Bismarok firct met with
Fraulein Johanna von Puttkamer. She
made there an impression which culmi
nated in an offer of marriage three years
latere The key to the princess' character
is to he found, says tho same biographer,
in her words, "That my husband is a pub
lic character is a fact to which I often find
it painful enough to resign myself. But as
for me, his wife, what have I to do with
publicity? I do not exist for publicity, but
wholly and solely for him." In a letter
which the prince wrote to the princess from
Biarritz, he said: "I have a bad conscience,
because I am seeing so much that is beauti
ful without you. If you could only be car
ried hither through the air, I would go with
you this very moment back to San Sebas
tian." The Karlicst Flying Machine.
The -earliest flying machine that we can
trace is that invented by Archytas, of Ta
rentum, B. C. 400. The historian of the
"Brazen Age" tells us how the geometri
cian, Archytas, mado a wooden pigeon
which was able to sustain itself in the air
for a 'ew minutes, but it came down to tho
ground after a short time, notwithstand
ing the mysterious "aura spirit" with
which it was supposed to be endowed. Tho
capability of filing has for centuries been
regarded as supernatural. Putting angels
aside, demons are depicted with wings like
bats' wings, while witches, etc., possessed
the -faculty of flying up chimneys upon
broomsticks. We even read in childish
lore of an old woman who "went up in a
basket" (perhaps a balloon car) and at
tained a most astonishing altitude an ele
vation no less than "seventy times as high
as the moon!" It was not until 17S2, how
ever, that the true art of aerial navigation
Tho Horseshoe for uck.
It is claimed that the origin of the super
stition that a horseshoe brings -good luck
can be. traced back to tbeThirteentlx.cen
tury. The monk Gervaisc, of Tilbury, in
forms us that at that time there was a
kind of demon in England which appeared
as a horse rearing on its hind legs and
with sparkling eyes. Whenever this ap
parition was seen it was a sign that a con
flagration would soon break out. Hence,
as giving a kindly warning, this mysteri
ous horse was regarded as a friendly spirit,
and the animal in general was believed to
be a beneficent mystic power. A horse
tooth carried in tho pocket prevented
toothache; it was a sign of good luck to
find a horseshoe, and one was placed under
the pillow of a child to cure the colic, or
nailed against a building to prevent it
from catching fire. This led to its general
adoption as a protective symbol.
TVhy a Bush Is tho Sign of an Inn.
The ivy being sacred to Bacchus, the god
of wine, the ancients indicated a place
where wine was sold by hanging an ivy
bush over the door. The Romans had this
custom, and the moderns took it from
them. Shakespeare's "good wine needs no
bush" was a familiar proverb, founded on
the Latin "vino vendibili hedera non opus
est" (to salable wine no ivy is necessary);
the French have tl '' proverb, "au vin qui
se vend bien, 11 ue faut point do lierro" (to
wino which sells; well, no bush is neoes
fcary). The modern proverb is; "A good
thing advertises itself."
The Warmest Region or .Cart&.
Thoroaro many very-warm, apota on th
torrid zone, but Bohrin, bytho Gnlf of
Persia, seems to be, as far as temperature
goes, absolutely vithoufru rival. Fooxorty
consecutive d.yB in July and August; 1BS9,
which was bj no meaas an-exceptional .sea
son, the thermometer was known not to
fall lower than 100 degrees Rhrenhe3t,
ntght or day, and often ran a,p as high as
125 degrees in fcbe afternoon. .Nature, as if
to make the spots as intolerablo to human
beings as possible, has banished all water
from the rocks of the locality at least,
none haa ever been procured h? digging
depths of nearly 500 feet, andtfaenuraercras
pits-or dry wells in tho neighborhood show
how thoroughly the upper stratum has
been tapped, in spite of toeo apparently
tnauper&ble obstacles, however, mankind
has contrived to flourish aad mnltiply in
thix region Co an amazing extent, and the
necessary fresh drinking water which the
land has refuned to yield is obtained from
the bottom of tho Gulf c Persia, where, at
a distance of mere than a mile from tho
shore, innumerable copious springs burst
A. young man of Nantucket, becoming
engaged reositly, was deairooA of preRnt
ing his Intended with a ring appropriately
inscribed, but being at a los what to have
engraved upon it, ha oalbod his father for
advice. "WolL" said he, "put 'Whan tins
you see, remoenber me.' " The young lady
was modi anrprised c few days eAersrard
to receive & beautiful ring with this in
scription: "When this you see, remember
father." Ram's Horn.
ConU ot TU a TJe.
It wts3 the littlegSrl's first visit to a dairy
"Uncle Zeb," she asked, "which one of
all your cowS grrw th mostmilk?"
Uncle Z-eb was o truthful man. He laid
one hand on "Old Crurnplehorn.' care
lessly placed the othtr on the pump, and
'This one, child." Chicago Tribune.
"To whom did you bow?"
"A moequito. He has sota of the finest
blood in the state in his reis."
'How da you know"
"He just bit me-" New York Sen.
The TJiweeefnI Man.
His hscoryk aH ro teed.
AJ. b sacs iTiTi him;
Tor, liti? tin rr, h rasa to awrd,
JL3HZ 4c2. - r ' r- T "
- Viib?U-c Post. I
o g o v
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your "Wants Supplied-
The f ollavisz rates order the (liferent heading!
wul b ciarsrei
S3yPayahle Strictly in AdTance.
Ko adTerOsexcenta taken or ls than 10 ceais.
One line advcrUietccata charged uae rate as t wo
KO ADVERTISEMENTS TAEEX "TO RUX UX
TrLFOItBIDDENV lrioes given under classified heads la this column
ajpltcabic only to local adverAjeaienw. No rortls:"'
fcdvertkraents taien at prices given.
Answers to advertisements sent In care of th
Eagle sISm shcnld caned Jor Trunin lOdars
after insertion. When advertiser wiii reply f'
warded to them starnpd envelopes most be eut.
KoferenoA to former adrrrtfsemeats ahonld crr
description and date ot Insertion or co?r of the ad
vectlncnehould tw pent.
Xotrasper.slWatarativrrtlsexnents clren or dts
conttnned by telephone.
WANTED FEMALE HELP,
Under this head tc per line per day.
,'AXTEIX-BY MKS. J. E. CAL.DWELU .TU&K.
Douglas, a ;ood girl for Sonera! howovwrK.
AXTED-GIUL FOK OEXEKAU HOUSE-
worl:. It. H. Roys, 1157 X. I.awreee .
AXTED-GOOD GUiL. I)K OKXKRAX..
liotiMjworlc. 401 X. Toieka ae. dnt
VrAXTED-A GIRL. FOK GENERAL HOCSK
t wort. In small fanillv. C.Ulat390 Xorth To
peka avenue, il -s. II. W. Kendle. dlMSt
"rAXTED-A COMPETEXT QIRI. FOR OKX-
eral housework. Apply at 337 SouUt fmecH
fctreet. West Mde d!7-fc
ANTED-A FIRST CLASS COOK AT WICH-
lta Dlniiis hall. 125 X. Market. J3f
7 ANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOlE-
worc can at r.r. .vortn iawruncti. avu
YVAXTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR OEXEHAL
l houewonl at 1065 Xorth Law rone. W. G.
Hocker. " dSMit
WAXTED-IMJtEDlATKLY. A GIRL TO DO
general housework. Inqulro at 23S. Xorth
ryAXTED-A GOOD COOK. NO WASHING.
ironliiK or chamber work. Gixxlwacf. Ap
ply at CJXojlhLawrenceaenue, dSitt
AXTED-OIUL 1-OR GENERAL HOUSE,
work. Zid North Topeka. K3 tf
WAXTED-A WOMAN' COOK AT B KAST
Doimlas avenue; must bo jfood at patrv; day
work; no bunuay wort.
yTANTED-GIHL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. Enquire 4 1 North Waco, .Mrs. Geo. L.
Roum;, Jr. 2 U
V" ANTED A neat nurs (jlrl; none under layr-j.
1 1 Apply 312 :. Lawrence ave. dl.tf
Miscella n cons.
SITU A TJONSFEMA LE.
Under this head lc ier line per day.
'ANTED-HY A RhSPOXMBLK GIRL-A
il situation to do light hous-ework: can gixts Umt
of refeienccp. Address. "L, care Eatilo offlco.
M iscella uco us.
Under this Hend 2c ptr line per day.
WA NTEDMALE HEL l
Undor tills head 2c per line per dy.
WANTED-A RAKER. FIRST CLASS. OX
i hread and caken. Apply 812 E. Doueln av..
Steam Ilakery- " d-Jt
7ANTED-A GOOD IILACKSMITH AT ONCE.
Apply at M. It. Heln, Audale. Kan. d2K-m
"IVANTED-ULACKJIITHS AND IRON WORK-
or. Good uorkmen audateudy Biea. Apply
at tho Stowart iron works. MX
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
TXTAXTED-A GOOD MAN TO DO GENERAL
tV work alxMit a plac1 Inr private family. Moot
liae experience ami turnlsh rofureftce. ApiMy at
GU K. DoorUm av. JMl
SITU A TIONSMA LE.
Under this head lc per line per day.
Coachmen, Tea natters, etc.
Miscella n eous.
Under this had lr per Mae pr r-
Under this head 2c per Use per day.
f 1ANVAJSEKS " "WANTKU" EITHER MEN OR
V wotneo. tocaiiTaiXor th Font CKy rrltit
r.iiC'i Aiirt th Wtrblta 'obix-ripUon Xtj Ap
1. at room a. ovcriB N. Mala! 1-
W ANTED AGENTS-IX ENEKV FTY. TOWY
wild vllisure in Use United stat- except !a
stat of Kacvtt, to take mbwrtpUona. I'lTlinnrrt-ri
can n.ak a.ounr. No capttai rvqalrtxt Saapt-
Cfpli- frte. Vzb (uniiDSMiM, mofiry caa Vanade
t cetCisropciatM. Adarww Ue Wichita TUwi,
. iita, Kn. Tl-?f
WA NTED--MISCELLANEO US
"WAXTED-TO BUY. A TWO SEATED CAR-
' I rlae. for rath mnt be In trnad. uiwtHIn AA-
tire, 452 KiTernrf-t.
TANTED-SOME OVE TO REXT J CLEAN
t MaiM-. uti4 4 rvta and one & room, wtth clo
etA. pun be. creu, in . very cb4; ato ro4
)l-r bam at IKf p-r mooth. and coo. rlenn. atoHy
funuAtied ruomw In tMw wttb modem eonvoalrn.
rf. Will reot rneaper tnaa any Wty In tha ctty.
Mr Ija:b u: lUio ave. AM-H
T VTED-TO "eXCKAXOE FIXE OAKDKN
land nr th- pnektoe lumen ami car woraa.
a nae v ation tor boc lllc. Sttr Urm or cy
property t lew of neanrae. K. A. Lwrti. S.
mii -1. Tf9k Avt- Wlcnita. .'-rt'
,'AXTED-I AJ4 LOAD OOOD HKAYY
work norwk. fraa WOVo Utft mi. Not
p-rtk-ularabr.-ni . WDIbeat WiehKa Jn 27
aad . H. H. i J. -
'AMTD-LADIKh TO KTfOW THAT TJCKY
nuiHUM oelelbrated Ottw- Braara neviie
at lO X. Fiftn ae. Mr. ZOfm Co44. m. Xtat.
AXTEI- A PARTY WITH OME MOXKY TO
lnrt iineiatJT In a No 1 ami anfa taring
itwiory nr us my. eAg a ri ana ptvtBaA-bov4n--t
rkisrMi inveMttaahan tarttd. Call b nr
aadreaa. 3i OA Eaet WtlbMn ftr4. ty. Ja-U.
"AVTFI-TO TRADF a SFV0LX TOP JTO.
ct. nnartr a- for vrmma a&a rmum. A-
drM. Baccy. aLrw xl nV. lOktot
AXTKD-HORalfc AND CATTUE TO JA-
tnr- Fine a. inntw ee mse fraoa
Clearwalnr Afptj J H mil HX CrwmMr
or tla KeaaeJl u o InaMK( eanay. WlcMU.
FOR SALE Micella neous.
Cadar IhM a4 5e ttn f dbny.
flORsALB K TKADK XiCX VULAjt TOC'K
of rr sod krMriUU wai writ for na
Ib-eoKe wV r traf Ure abac r riaur rani w
t. Call on D w McCa.1. 1M X. Main. tBk
FOK AUKA Y'JCJtW. TTL ASH CUT-ti-
faanMy narM. On af tn m l n te
la. ix ruwd a ML M fmr vena at . Will
drt tazte or 4n. A4vtn O. M. TL Kwito i-
ALX-THK rTUwn, DtKLMiHTZt
1 p4aala3 rniij :
On Ufa arta tani.
fTPiJilr.;okltw, KTOO .
na&4 ir, ow nawr. iidt m niiiW ctnii. fanr
irf'r,'A f3wnn wtti fcny tm m -
b!arry a nartocia. C 4
HI Eiat.rta m
170B -alk-i roor povnat xtmncu ka-
JL dttn. I Ttoc iunB . I nn w, ajl
IUr naakf. M xot omdMn. TnaTl IS- ,
TJCm nULt-lfY RKSI&SXCY W X.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your "Waaits Supplied.
PRSALE-THE WELL KNOWN EUROPEAN
Hotel, opposite l:e Dold packins hotuo es-
ran ce. a rare chance for the riaht giart; hoco 1
filled with recular and day hoarders. It Is a nsw
twotory brick baOdlnt: with all moaern taprove
mrnts. well arranged lor the biicea. Will fell
build Inr. lot and hotel taroltnxe as a whole, or will
ell the fQmishlnzsaadtciv9 coed lease; wmtako
m vacart property north cJ Doostas aTtnoe as
part pay. Easy terms o n tho balance, Far solo on
account of bad health, as USfc party -wishes to po ts
the Sprlnc lo Uve. Fit Information ca.1 at thn
ptace, corner Twenty-fl rst and Topeka, No. 5S
Tweaty-flrst street, opposite tho Dohl packing
FOK SALE A DESLCABLE FRESH MTLCIT
cow and calf. aio Cne Jersey -tll calf. 1I3J
"J70R SALE A FIRST CLASS DRAX; FOR
JU desciipUoa addws O.' Rogers, Wichita. Kaa.
1TOR SALEA FIRE PROOF SAKE Wint
J? bumbir proof vaalt Wor dacrtptotv address
E.R.IHHVCU. Fourth NaUoa! bank. Wichita. Kaa.
1THJR SALE OR.TRADE TEN HORSE POWER
? portable enilne. aUo one of Kacwa. J-lncli
double cylinder holstlne enyljiea, all la rooderdtr.
Enquire of J. K. Sw-er. as Sedxwlck balldtec.
rpWENTY-riVE CENTS A HUNDRED, AT
X. this oClco. old paprr kUiUbM tor packtmg. pat.
anc nnuer carpota, etc
POU Sale-DEERS MOUTAUKl AND ALL
kinds of legal blanks: blank receipt books aot
books, etc at the WSchtta IXflc oAc. Ordats by
mall promptly attended to. dKB-W
fTOR SALE-SCAI.E BCKKS. SHORT H-kND
JL writers" note books, blank receipts and not
books and local blanks of every Mud. Mall onler
promptly attended to. call on or updresa lie Wleh
t Easle, Wiehlta. Kaa. lC
TTOR SALE-A H.VNDS051E LITnQR.Pn:
J man of theciryof WkJltavBl itanieaofjtirvta.
SabHclHtUdinc.coHeces.pare. eUv. e mtt'ou
nea pajer. prk 4 cejii each. for-W cents jS
xvnta a dozen. Addrcs the Yicaita ICacK vrSekna,
FOR rALK A LARGE LOT OF Cti VVS. C ALT
und bolfeni; aiM2aad J-yrjir-okl teers adit
soete tdder. The alntw -4oct i- ail ia flae re4Hlan
and trol crade. It 1 bow on my ranch la Ohhttuwon,
2A nill'W eat o Noble, wber lha Jrrhnr eui
)m- ube Mk after rabrandtna. urU ML fr
jwrurubu- Inquire of O M. DtrkMM.rtm lovw
JS5 North Main meet, Wkbita. Kan. win. Qnaff ea
FOR SALE Household Goods
Under Ul head lc per Uae per dy
TTOR SALEON ACCOUNT OK DEPARTURE.
X a bl room el, nearly new, very riMnpc al aft
excellent taed new ptaoo at 20 por ount iMtlen
iaprlctj. Atldr4U, Ragle oOle. dCA-H
VnAmr tats bead 2v- per Uae pr day.
QTRAYKD OR STOLEN-ONK OKKY IIQHSR.
Cj !mall tine, tmo wJtlle mare iRtail -4e, one tttrst
binek normx end word where tbe can t-o tfta&i
and set roward. Kansas Furnttnrw U 4M BL D4;.
Undor this tteud 3c er line per day.
lfANTED Ilorstv and rehiclex.
Undor tnl head 2c pvr line por ilajr.
IOR E3CHANGK-A STCKK OF DKY GOODS
? juhI ntOois ali erfteerte, ftw W a-je ifwol
kind clear of Incumbrance. Addraas K J , Rac(o(.
FOR SAL It-Horses and reticles
Under tbta had e pm- Una per day.
"I70RSALE--A GOOD EAW1LY HORSE AND
JL phttitott bossy. luqnlrcafU. W.Juae, JUifia
FOR SALJSCitif Real ISrtatc.
Under this head 3o per Hue p day.
IT'OR SAl.K-insLOTS 14 MlLEs FROM COURT
1 iHtttoe. llleurh. hulfwlt. ArWHacoMat-wwiN SW
fTlU0cah 4 roo ernuiOT on S Hue K&1. iU
cash. 7 nxmi hou on W ile, Hk-rt, IL20J, 2UI
each. TtKMe rradv to hny can make Hwmcr br
lktlrK thdr wni w.th a, Iral llrun, ofOco
1 N. Market. Mx-ond floor djtf
L nder tlux bend 3r per tao par day.
!FOR KENT-ELWiANT HfMlDEXCE ON
L Ciilteee KM. forUhel, ftw rwjt. Apply
i-U It. Solonion. lis Flrat, beditwlek block. d
K?FOK RKNT-DKSIRABLK lOTTAaE-HUB N.
t21 Wikhi. ruoum. t Ulern, et. eut frontJancH
fiTTodd. WJl Falrruoont are. dlb-
WFOR KKNT-tHMilT tlX HOOV IlOUSl
jt wit rellnr. aiu-. rtei, tU, etc., no barn,
bouthrwt r. Ftrt aut Urova. l'atco, 1 per rtiOath.
A A. Hyde. IL Main t. A-341'
rfirf FOR KENT OK NAl.K-RKrliAENClK IN ALL
lS parts of 14m city. WrHfWJk U Bier No. MB N.
iliuji nt. Ji-tf
FOi: RKXT JFooms.
Uadnr tbla bead Se per Hncpor day.
STnoK rkxttSvitfurnished iiooVis. With
Y htkth ruota and Bt wndu. lawratr ab
room J. or Itt X. Tojwk v. 4th to.
l?OR KKXT - TWO S U'BLY FIUNI311 KT
r ramus with board. 411 North jiarlrot Mti
I70K RKNT-FURNISHKD ROO WITJI OR
V without lani M NorUTupeka. 474l
nOR RKXT For R rnJKNIHl!:I)IIOOJM?. 4.M
L North Fonrtli aTean. tTM
'OR REKT-FURXI6HBD ROOMK. tB 3IOKTII
Emporia. dl tf
OR RENT A VERY DKHIKAIII.K
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