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SB WLitkitu H&ittj !$pi if mu gaming, f ttu 27, 1890.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
f Yards for 24 hours 200 cattle, 1,028
hogs. Shipments 80 cattle. There was
a fair supply of cattle on the market.
Nearly half the cattle came in late and
only part of them were sold at the close.
The receipts consists mostly of shipping:
steers and butchers' cows and heifers.
The market was fairly active and prices
about steady. The receipts of hogs
were the largest for the week. The
market opened strong at yesterday's
closing price, and later advanced 2 1-2
cents. Bulk, $3.47 1-2 to $3.50. Heavy,
$3.37 1-2 to $3.45.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Can.. June 26.
Receipts 300. Shipments 80.
The supply was quite libei.il, about one-half of
which came in a little late and only part of them
were sold at the close. The supply consisted mostly
of shipping steers and common to fair butchers'
cows and heifers and a Tery few pood ones. The
market was fairlv active and prices ruled about
Meady. Reports from Chicago and Kansas City
quoted marKet steady. The close here was about
Native Fhlpplnjr steers, good to extra,. .? 00 G 25
Good to extra native butcher steers, 11U
12001b3 3 SO
Good butchers steers, S001050 3 2o
Native feeding steers 3 25
Native Btockers 2 JO
FairtOKOodcowk and heifers 2 25 2S0
Bulls and stags 150 2-o
FatyearllnK 3 g? ij ;
Good yearlings 2 -o . jo
Grass cows ' gf W
Canners 1 TO
Poorer Kradeti and scallawags - 100 &1 50
Veal calves 4 00 7 00
Following are tho representative sales of cattle at
the stock yards today:
No. Description. Av'ce. Price.
25 Shipping steers 1150 3 TO
6 Butchers steers IOTA 3 -JO
2 Butcher steers 113.1 3 25
1 Mocker 1000 3 00
10 neifera 3 2 83
1 Heifer 5?) 2 &5
2 Heifers 915 2 75
2 Cows 1145 2 0)
1 Cow 1110 2 50
3(1 Cows and heifers ill 2 47Ji
1 Cow. WO 2 25
1 Cow 1010 2 00
(i Canners 17 IK)
1 (Tinner 1100 1 75
2 Canners 810 175
Receipts 1020. Shipments .
The receipts were the largest for the week and
tho market ruled 2JJ5c higher than jesterday. Tho
market on medium and light weights opened
strong nt esterday's top price 3 47H- tarly reports
from custom markets noted a strong feeling but no
particular advance in price. The salesmen suxxl
out for the even money and the buyers soon acceded
to their terms and $3.7) was paid for the bulk lot tlio
liogs. Heavies were also about 2 We higher than yes
terday. Tho murket closed steady.
The following are tho representative salso of hogs
it the yards today:
No sheep on the market. Prices unchanged.
Good mutton sheep, NMilOO 4 004 50
Good stock, wethers, 75480 3 00ut3 50
Good to extra lambs 4 10a 1 00
Wichita Horso and Mule Market.
Wichita. Kan.. Juno 20.
There Is vorr little doing on the market on account
of tlie : small supply of stock leing offered for sale.
There is a good demand for good drivers and street
ers. Extra draft horses J125 (XVTJ150 00
Good draft horses.
100 (KX3115 00
100 00125 00
Extra si renters
Mules. 14 hands
Mules, H$ hands
Mules, lolj hands
Mules, heavy. RV3I6H nands..
7!l OOvJ no 00
150 4H4225 00
10 1 00u5 00
K (Ms 1 10 00
75 00O. 90 (XI
35 00. 50 Ol
25 5tVaJ 50 00
f6 00( 75 00
RJ (M(5 10 (0
M) OOGallfi 00
125 HVaJtS (Itf
30UXJ 60 00
Bosley Bros., city, were on the market
with some good cattle.
"Vhitt4iker purchased S40 hogs, and Old
Mexico 159 hogs today. Dold was not on
Is. A. Pickett came in from Geuda
Springs with two cars of hogs.
"W. E. Ezell, Piedmont, was on the mar
ket with a car of cattle and hogs.
Killgore & Cliff, Bluff, had one car of
I'jc cattle and a car of hogs on the market.
C. P. Fullington, a grominent ranchman
and cattle raiser came in from Belviderc
with three cars of shipping steers.
P. A. Caton, Peabody, sent in a car of
J. E. Burch field came in from Norwich
with a car of cattle.
James Grimsley. Yiola, was on the after
noon market with a car of mixed stock.
Mr. G. says the corn is growing very fast,
and the wheat is nearly all harvested and
in the stock. S3s that it will not thresh
as many bushels to the acre as last year
but is a much better qualit y.
K. F. Hargrove, Argonia, was on the
market With a car of hogs.
J. AA. Morris came in from Ziba with two
cars of hogs.
Henri Stevens, Elbing, had a car of
hogs at the yards.
V. K. Savage, "Wellington, came in with
a car of hogs.
A. AV. Sweet, Cheney, marketed a car of
T. C. Molloy, Medicine Lodge, had two
cars of hoes at the yards.
A. AV. Carr & Son, Udall, sent in a car of
AV. D. Parshall, of Alamo, was looking
over the market.
T. H. Puitt, Ashland, sent in a car of
Jim Hodgens, who represents McCoy &
Underwood on the road, was up today
from tho territory and was taking in the
city and live stock market.
J. G. Wiltner & Co. received two cars of
new wheat today. This is the first lot of
the 1S90 crop on this market and graded
LIVE STOCK MAKEET.
ST. Loris. Mo June 25. CATTLE. Receipts.
RO0: shipments 4SOD. MarKet lower. Good to fancv
Dative steers $1 .W44 75, fair to good t3 f0i4 4
itockers and feeders J 2 703 SO; Texaas and
Indians f2 7.VA3 00. HOGS Receipts SSll shipments
tm Market steady. Hcaw $3 GS.375; picking
trades f3rtjw3 7U. HEEP Receipts ; shni-
ments . Market. Fair to choice clipped. ?4 0035 33.
Kans-S Citv. Mo.. June 2i CATTLE Receipts
r70J; shipments 220X Market steady to weak.
Bteers$3O0t4 5ft cows, f 1 633 50. Mockers and
reeders,$2 658SSX HOGS-Recelpts. 521V1. snip
tuents, 13UJ. Market steady to strong. All grades
13 G0S6S; bulk f3 5v3 CTH- SHEEP Receipts
1200. shipments 240. Market steady to slow. Good to
cLoice muttons f4 5Vt5 Ol; lambs (2 2533 25; stock
ers and reeders W 0A3 75.
Chicago. HU Juno 26 CATTLE Receipts
140rt shipments 45(X Market steiidy. Beeves
M 40wtt sa; steers & ! 35, stockers and feeu
prs. J2 4t).a3 Si; cows, bulls and mlxvd f 1 503 25;
1 exas cattle. $1 MS3 Ttt HOGS Receipts. 23.M:
rnlpjaems 6,fti). MurkeX slow, lower; Mlxd f3 55
r3 "S; uevy $3 553 h5; light. $5 553 5; skips
J.tini34a SHEEP Receipts S.OW; shipments. KU1.
JIarketlower. N.ith es $3 50ci5 Si western 3 KXS
6 CO, Texas U 504 30; lambs ?5 006 75.
Wlchiti Grain 3larkct.
AVichita. Kan June 23.
The corn receipts wero quite liberal asaln today
and the demand is quite active. Prices firm. The
first shipment of 1893 wheat to this market was re
ceived today by J, G. Mlltner fc-Co., being two car
loads which graded well. The price paid is private.
Oats in fair supply and demand slow. Prices about
steady at quotations.
Receipts for 24 hours 1,300 bu wheat; 26,000 bu.
corn; 2.00U buoats.
GRAIN Car lots on track:
WHEAT-Good milling 7375c. while other prades
are quoted at 70c and down.
CORN No 3 or better 2122c white 2324c
RYE No 3. or better 35c37&
HA Y si 50 per ton in car lots. . ,.
GROUND CORN Chop In car lots Mc per 100 lbi.
Wichita Provision 3Iarket.
Wichita. Kan June 26.
The demand continues good on most lines and
prices aoout steady. ine pacxers are now exper
iencing some trouble at present to get refrigerator
cars enough to make their shipments in.
SUGAR CURKD JJEATS Canvass or plain hams
201bsand up 9Hifc.hams 1S20 lbs HHchanw me
dium and nn 10M12c nams small i7e UVS12 lbs 11
12c California picnic hams 7c, breakfast bac on
(fifll width or strips) SfcfcjiOe, dried beef-ham (extra
dry) 9c. smoked beef tongues per doz. $3 CO, cottage
or boneles hams 8c,New Yorkshoulders 6a6McCali
fornia bacon 6Jc Tennesee bacon $c rolled shoul
aers boneless Sc.
SIDK .MEATS Short clear sides packed fdry salt,
S5 405 62s per 100 lbs, clear flitches ojfc, English bel
lies 5Jfc long clear sides $5 4(V5 50,shoulders 4M3fe.
clear backs J5 405 75 per 100 lbs, long clear bacon
?6 0OSG 25 cwt, short clear bacon ffi 00. clear bacon
backs fC OOraS 50. bacon flitches 6 00(5.6 50, bacon
SAUSAGE Fresh pork sausage No 1 6Vc fresh
pork sausage (extras) 7e, Vienna and and Franst-
lurtiuc. nead cnoese sc Doiognas rounos wve
bolognas middles 4H5c, nickles bologna 4)5c
tongue sausage 5c, li'ver sausage 5c, blood pudding 5c
LARD Basis Tc's. choice family 6Jc. baker's spe
cial 6Hc. pure leaf 7c Whlttaker's Star 7c. Whitta
ker's uastry 6Sfc.
FRESH MEATS BEEF Sides or whole carcasses
fiGi-'c, hind quarters GW57J&;, fore quarters 331c
loins8310c PORK Pork loins 6c tender loins fc.
spare fibs 5c, back bones 2c.
PREPARED PICKLED GOODS Pig's feet put in
halves and spiced. Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 25. kitts, 15
lbs. 75c. Pickled and spiced pig's tongue Kitts. 15
lbs. 41 75. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 30. kitts. 15 lb3. 65c.
Wichita "Wholesale Frnlt Market.
WicniTA. Kan.. June 26.
There are no particular changes in the market.
Oranges in fair supply and prices firm. Lemons in
active demand and market strong. New apples and
peaches in fair supply at prices quoted.
ORANGES Mexican 14 753i4 00 per box.
California Mediterranean sweet $4 505 00;
perbox.MessIna J550&6 00 per box. Imperial $5 50
Der box. San Diego 4 75per box.
LEMONS Messina per box. ffi 50-38 50.
RASPHERHIES-SZ 50(33 00 per crate.
PINE APPLES None in market.
APPLES New, 50c H bu crate.
PEACHES-50c i bu crate.
BANANAJS $2 00 $3 00 per bunch, fancy $3 50 per
FIGS Layers 15318c per lb H oval boxes $350
3 75 per 100.
DATES Persian CO lb boxes, SJ49c per lb. Fard
12114 lb boxes, 12Jc per lb.
HONEY California, 1 lb frames. 1718c perib.
"Wichita Flour Market.
"Wichita. Kan.. June 26.
Tliero are no new features in the flour market
which rules rather quiet. Prices unchanged.
Best patent, per cwt standard price $3 20
Second grade 2 60
Extrafancy 2 20
Shlpstuff, bulk 55
Bran - 60
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita. Kan. June 26.
SOLE LEATHER-rSlaughterJ2931c B. A. 27
29c. KOodMamage 21&23C.
HARNESS Acorn 0.1k 37c, No 1 oak 34c. L. H. 32c,
Union 30c. Hemlock 27c.
CALr Domestic 65c$l 00, French $1 001 50.
CUT HALF SOLK&-Kxtr.i heavy 3 5u. heavy
3 1)0, medium 2 50. light $1 251 75.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
WicniTA. Kan.. June 26.
HIDES No 1 green 3s fc per lb. No 2 green 3; per
lb. No 1 gre
:"en salt ilic, .No 2 green salt uJic.ury limed
&K7JiC pei- lb, bulls and stags
TALLOW No 1, 3c per lb,
bHEEP PELl'S-oO(3.75c ea
Wichita Wool Market.
Wichita, Kan.. June 26.
A fair amount of business is being done and prices
Bright condition Bright medium 14c, heavy me
dium 12c, light lino 12c, heavy Hue 10c.
Eartliv conditions Medium lie. flue SSilQc, coarse
Sllc, Mexican select trades 1012c, coarso and
"Wichita Produce Market.
Wichita. Kan.. June 25.
The market is a little quiet. All lines seem to bo
well filled up and the demand just fair. Prices
about steady as quoted below.
POTATOES Kansas 60c per bushel, northern 70c
new, 75c( H 00 per bushel.
C -UUiA&ES-New 3c.
ONIONS New U 50 per bushel.
PIE PLANT-l&c per lb.
LETTUCE3C per lb.
RADISH ES 10c per doz. bunches.
ASPARAGUS loc per doz. bunches.
SPRING UNIONS 10c doz bunches.
PARSLEY loc doz bunches.
E6GS 93'Jc per doz.
BUTTER l-ancy creamery 14c. choice creamery
13c. choice butter 12J4;, fair lOc.cooking butter Sc.
CHEEbE Eastern full crcnni 13c. half cream 11
12c. skim 89c, lhnburger liwllc. brick 15 16, full
ci earn Swiss lcaific.
CHICKENS Live hens 5S6J$c per lb., roosters 3
3ac; spring, 10c.
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
New York Money.
New York-. Juno 26.
Money on call easy at 4J&3.S per cent, last loan 5,
closed offered at 5.
Prime mercantile paper 57
Sterling exehangn quiet and barely steady a
J4 S4J.. for Ul da; bills and $4 S7J-6 for demand.
Clilcnso Grain and Produce.
Cnic.Afio. 111. June 25. Wheat I hert was a good
speculative demand and a stronger feeling with
prices ruling somen hat higher.
Corn Was fairly active. The feeling prevailing
was stronger and trading was at higher prices.
Oats O.us were active, stronger and higher.
Mcs pork Pork was dull and we.ik.
Lard A moderate active business. Tho market
closed comparatively steady.
t-hort ribs More doing. Prices were advanced
57Jc and the market closed comparatively steady
at medium figures.
The leading futures closed as follow:
WHEAT .Tune SCJic July .c6Jsc. August S7c.
CORN June .U'c, July Slc. August 34Tc
OATS Julv27hc, August 26sc. September 2CJfc.
PORK July ).! 60; August $12 45; September
LARD July ?5 75; August J5 S7J; September
SHORT RIBS July J5 05 August ?5 15; Septem
ber $5 25.
Cash quotations were as follows:
WHEAT No -'prlng, S6Jc.; rod.&GMc.
CORN-No. 2. 34MC
TIMOTHY-H 311 32.
SHORT RIBs-Sldes $5 005 05.
SHOULDERS Dry salted 5 0035 10.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-S5 355 45.
SUGAR-Cutloaf 7;i7?ic; granulated 63fo stand
ard A ic
articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat S.ino 105.000
Corn 202 UX) 405.0J0
Oat s lPJ.OMl 215.UUJ
BUTTER Steady. Fancy separater 15a(316c;
finest creamery 14H15c nee U)i&13Hc, ilnest
dairy. lOrfllc. Mno 6(ac
Kansas city Produce.
Kansas City. Mo.. June 25.
The Daily Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX. 65c; XXX 75c; family $1 05; choice
f 1 10: fancy ?1 70; extra fancy H K)1 S5- patent
J2 ilka 2 15.
WHEAT Higher. No. 2 hard cash and Juno
74et Jul, Tic; No. 2 red cash. TPXc.
COR."? Higher. No. 2 cash 2.23ic; Jnne. 29.
OATS-Steudv. No. 2 cash 2S?i2S;ic June. 2LWfc
RYE No 2 cash S7c. JuneSflJf.
EGG Stertdv at Sc
MILLTl FF Irregular.
H Y-Faucy old $5 0Ck6 50. new $7 00.
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common
refined J o .a
BUTf ER Good to faney creamery steady at 93
14c; eoxl to fancy dalrv f..llc
CHEESE Meady. N0rtnern twins WSllc; West
ern Mii'c Young America lOiSllc skimmed 485.
LIVE POULTRY Firm, good demand. Choice
hens H (0 25; small fat ?2 502 75; roosters2 CO
C2 50. spring chicKens $1 2o2 CO.
BREAKFAST BACON-JS 5a
DRIED BEEF-J7 50.
DRIED SALT ML ATS Short clear sides J6 CO;
dry lon-i clear ft (M; shoulders ?5 50.
t-MOKED MEATS Long clear f OCt shoulders
6 Ws short clear sides $6 50.
LARD Refined. J7 25.
St. LouK Produce.
St. Loms. Mo June 26.
WHEAT Very unsettled. Cash W?tc July $4ic,
CORN Higher. Cash Sttc. July S5c. August 327c
OATS Firm. Ca.-h. 2sc bid. July 2SH, Augui
POKK-Qniet. Cash $1150.
LARD Nominal at f5 60.
New York Produce.
New York. June 25.
WHEAT Weak. No. 2 red S4c
CORN Steady No. 2, 41c.
OATS Dull. JvaeSSSSHc
COFFEE Easy. Spot Rio dull at 20o.
SUGAR-Easy. Fair refining 415-lfic. centrifugals
H.C: tst !M".Ir, refinrd firm, active; 15Uftl5Vc extia
' 1-lfic, granulated 0S$c: cubes 6Jc
tuue riejiuy at liviwu'nC.
BUTTE R-Firm atbtllltc
CHEEsE Active. Western 7Sc
Baths! Baths! Bath.:
At the Xatatorium, 212 South Tooeka
11. C. CAMPBELL,
J. O. Davidson, Pres. C.A."Wakxb,-V. p.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500.000
STOCKH'D'KS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank In the Stat
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
ATTOK2STEYS AT T.AW.
Tnos. C. Wilsox, Jos. A. Brubacher.
WILSOJT & BRUBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 231 North Mala street, "Wichita
Kansas. TelephoneNo.il. dl03-tf
W. P. Campbell. Jas. l. dyer.
Attorneys at Law, Wlcqita, Kan. lOStf
H. C. Sluss. W. E. Stanley.
SLTTSS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J. R. Hallowell.
Late XJ. S. Attorney.
J. E. HtTME.
HALLOWELL & HUME.
Lawyers, 112 N. Main Street, Wichita. Kansas.
A. P. ROHRBAUGH. W. H. RAUCH.
ROHRBA UGH D RAUCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United States and
Canada. No. 147 Main St., Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N. Main St.. Wichita.
John w. Adams. G. W. C. Jones. G. "w. adams.
ADAMS, JONES ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway east of the
Wichita National Bank. 113-tf
J. m. rniLLiPs. s. e. pniLLiPS.
PHILLIPS 0 PHILLIES,
Graduates of tho Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary Colle;
o are prepared to do all Kinds of veterinary
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. Wo use an operating table
Instead of throwing horses.
Office. 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Catarrh and fltting glasses.
Office 127 N. Market street,
Israel & Myers block.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
S31 East Douglas Ave,
12!S North Market Street.
Professional Clls Attended Promptly. 53-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Femalo and children's dlseases'a sprccialty. Home
for L&dles during confinement. Strictly private
when so desired. Letters of inquiry confidential
nl answered Immediately on receipt of same,
llo.iw, 711 South Ida avo. Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hours 9 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 1
Sunday, 9 to
6.30. Room 17. Fechhoimer Buildlw:.
1'. MUNSELL, M. D.
', Noe, Throat and
Rooms 13 and 15
orth Main street.
Residence. 1200 South Em
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Bitting block. Wlchita.,,Kansa3
Roorai 16 and 17
W. R. McPHERSON,
Architect. Room 18, No.
200 North Main Street,
w. t. piiotxDPOOT. c w. nrnu.
PROUDFOOT C BIRD,
Arohltocts and Superintendents. OOlco in Fech
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work guaranteed flrst-claM. Office
118 Est Douglas avenue over Paul Jones & Co. s
drui store, Wichita, Kansas. "1-tt
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Dentist Office 141 N. Mala over Smith fc Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence 62. N. To
peka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. 91-tf
Full sets of teeth $5. J3 and 110;
Gold Fillings $1 and up; Silver 75c;
Extracting with coacaine 50c We
BOJTjyS DENTAL ROOMS.
DR. T. F. Bom. Dr. J. A. Holxxxberger.
113 East Douglas Avenne. 109
A. J. APP LEGATE.
(With A. D. MxUcry.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public.
FinedrAuehtinaspecUlty. Complete abstracts
to any land in Seucick county. Room 216 Sedr
wlck block'. C&n be found during business hours At
county buildlar. lf-tf
The Photographer. Pictures in all siies and styles
He also carries the flne-t assortment of picture
frames in the city. Give hin a friendly call ind
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Fred W. Israkl. R. C. Israel
BEAJj ESTATE AM) REXTS.
Such bar?alns as we can now offer in WJchltx
propcrtv and edwlck county farm lands were
never ocered before. Jloaev oarpfnay iavstd for
non-resident aad their Wichita interests prtjperiv
cared for. OfSce 2d floor. 125 North Slarket, Iraei
bulhiias. Keference Wichita Nauocul Bank.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tEiUon, per annum. 1150. Addre
tster Scpcrlor. Sisters of CiarHy. B. V. it Ui-
Sbty' XvSmJJA. No. 205 N
ELDRME & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bant. Kansas Nat'l Bank.
E. VT. ELDRIDGE,
Speclal Information by "Wire Free on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEBCHAim
MISSOURI PACIFIC It. K.
I ARRIVE LEAVE
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, Anthonyl
and Kiowa ex
Hutchinson, Sterling and
Hutch;, Hanapolis. Pueblo
and Denver ex
All trains ran daily.
Depot Second and Wicnita streets: ticket oficelZ.
North Main street. E. E. Bleckley.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
new time table cnicACO. noes: isi
("Great Rock Island Route.")
In effect on and after April 6. 1330.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
GOING NORTH AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Snrinsrs.
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St, Louis
ana unicaso. xnrousn
Mail and ex. daiiv
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
ana unicago nigm ex.
No. 62 Accommodation.
dally except Sunday..
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily ...
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail
and ex. daily
No. 61 Accommodation, daily
Elegant 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, and steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket office 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 19J.
C. A. Rutherford. Ticket Agent.
Jxo. Sebastian, G. T. fc P. A.. Chicago. 111.
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO II. R.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pas (to "Ells
worth) Going wen. pass, (stops at
Going East, passenger.
Going East, passenger.
6 25 Ail
10 40 P M
2 25 P M
450 P si
900 A 31
10 35 P II
Going West to Burrton
City Union Ticket office. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA A WESTERN R. R.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pas, (dally)..
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going East, freight,
D. H. Rhodes, Freight & Pass. Agt. 122 N. Main
Supt., cor. 4th nnd Douglas.
Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, and at
Uulon Depot, Douglas aenuc. W. D. MURDOCK.
ATCHlaON. TOPEKA & SANTA t'E R. R.
NORTH AND EAST.
Denverexpress 405pm 410pm
Eastern express 1235pm 1240pm
Colorado and California ex
press 400 PM 410 PM
Chicago express 850PM 900PM
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma & Panhandle ex 740 AM 740 am
Te xas Express 4 05 p m 4 10 P M
Caldwell Express.... 7 00pm 700pM
City Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, and
Union Depot, Duglas avenue.
This office is prepared to furnish all tho
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. Ve
use Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
To the Southern Kansas Fair at Wichita
Sept. 29 and 30 and Oct. 1, 2, .3 and 4. The
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe route will
place on sale excursion tickets at one fare
for the round trip to be sold from all sta
tions 150 miles aibtant. ..
G. T. Nicholson,
G. P. and T. Ag't, Topeka, Kan.
W. F. White, Pass. Traffic Mang'r,
U tf Chicago, 111.
The Santa Fc Chance.
By the new Santa Fe time table it will
be observed that the Chicago fast express
leaves here three hours 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 forty minutes earlier and arrives at
Pueblo at 0:23 a. 111., Colorado Springs 7:43
a. m., Denver 10:15 a. m. This train is
equipped with chair cars, Pullman and
dining cars and will not stop for meals as
formerly. dl2 tf
On and after June 9. 1890, the Frisco line
will resume tariff rates in effect March 9,
1690. D. Wish art,
Wichita, May 29. G. P.A.
THE ROMANCE OF A CEMETERY
A Touching Story of How Ono Girl's
Death United LonrTimo Enemies.
Down near ono of tho 60uthern cities,
where tho flowers bloom nearly all tho
year round, and the oriole builds his nest
and calls to his mato to come to frim, for
the home is prepared, is a cemetery famou
for its beauty. Years ago it was the coun
try place of a very rich man; he was a
widower, with a beautiful daughter and
three handsome sons. The daughter was
a sweet girl, idolized by her father, which
affection she more than reciprocated. A
bitter family feud existed between the
father and Jiis nearest neighbor, who had
but one child a son. At a friend's houss
this pretty Juliet met and grew to know
her Romeo. Naturally enough, they fell
in love with each other, vowed eternal con
stancy and thought that in time th
fathers of each might be won over by their
children and induced to give consent tc
the marriage. But tho old men grew bit
ter and more bitter, and the two sweet
hearts found it very difficult to see each
One summer night tho little lady had an
appointment with her lover at the foot of (
the hill that was just In front of her home.
The moon was so bright that 6he dreaded
going out in her own clothes, and so, in a
spirit of frolic, she had her maid hunt up
some of her brother's clothes and into
them she got, laughing as she thought
how her sweetheart would be surprised.
A long, old fashioned cloak was thrown j
over her, and a broad brimmed, soft felt
hat crowned her head. As she went over
the hill one of her brothers saw her, and
told his father that he believed some one
from the next place was on their grounds,
possibly to kill some of their dogs or poison
their horses. Very quickly the old man
rushed to tho veranda armed with a gun
He saw the figure moving along swiftly.
but he took aim, aim so sure that it struck
his own heart, and fired. Both arms went
up in the air, the figure steggered and fell
over. Hearing the shot, the waiting lover
rushed to see what was the matter. In the
meantime the others had gathered round.
The hat had fallen off the pretty head
which it had disguised, and there, pure and
white, under the light of the moon, was
revealed to the brothers the fece of their
own sister. She was carried back to the
house, dead not able to speak her forgive
ness to her father, or give a word of love to
her sweetheart. Tho scene can be easily
imagined. The lover upbraided the father,
but the younger brother said: "As she bes
here let her be the peacemaker. She loved
you in life; let us care for eAch other be
cause of her death." So she was buried
near her own home, and all the people for
miles around, knowing of her tragic death,
came to show their respect and to line and
cover her grave with the blossoms which
she had loved in her life.
The beautiful country place was .vld
with an express proviso that it was to be
made a codstery. The brothers and th
father and lover all wens awsr and never
came back: until eaca was ortrag&C there to
be laid to rest near the ons they had loved.
Now the city of the dead numbers among
its people Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte,
who has engraved on the granite bearing
her name, "After life's fitful fever she
sleeps TvelL" Xearby 13 the tomb of the
Booth family, and that of Reinhart, the
sculptor, who died when fame had made
his name a household word, is not far oil.
There are crosses erected to the memory ol
little children; there are tablets that tell
of those who have liyed and loved suffered
and toiled. But to them who know most
interesting of all is the little gravestone
raised to the memory of the unfortunate
girl who died because of her love. Ladies'
Effect of Bad Positions.
An erect bodily attitude is of vastly more
importance to health than'most people gen
erally imagine. Crooked bodily positions,
maintained for any length of time, are al
ways injurious, whether in the sitting,
standing or lying posture, whether sleeping
or waking. To sit with the body leaning
forward on the stomach or to one side,
with the heels elevated on a level -with the
hands, is not only in bad taste, .but exceed
ingly detrimental to health; it cramps the
stomach, presses the vital organs, inter
rupts the free motion of the chest, and en
feebles the functions of the abdominal and
thoracic organs, and in fact unbalances
the whole muscular system. ITany chil
dren become slightly hump-backed or se
verely round shouldered by sleeping with
the head raised "on a high pillow. When
any person finds it easier to sit or stand or
walk or sleep in a crooked position than a
straight one, he may be sure'his muscular
system is deranged, and the more careful
he should be to preserve an upright posi
tion. New York Ledger.
Taking: "Women Oat In Itowboats.
The Fall River accident, which resulted
in the drowning of eight people, was only
what ia fairly certain to happen when one
or two men who know nothing about boat
ing pack six or eight women into a small
boat and take them out on a rough day. A
few rules might be formulated for tho ben
efit of men who know nothing about tho
handling of a sail or even an oar. We would
suggest these: 1. Don't take more than
six women oit boating when the water is
rough. 2. Don't take six women out when
the water isn't rough. 3. Don't take any
women out in either case. 4. Don't go out
yourself. Theso four "don'ts," carefully
followed, will prevent great loss of life. It
wouldn't bo a bad idea to post them up in
a boat house. Buffalo Express.
Hair Growing After Heath.
Seven years ago William A. Walters was
buried in the Stone Chapel cemetery in
Huntingdon county, Md. In 16S5 the body
was exhumed for the purpose of removing
it to Williamsport for interment. On
reaching the coffin the diggers found the
joints and cracks in the box matted and
covered with hair. On opening the casket
tho hair on tho head was foundto be nearly
two feet long and the whiskers nearly a
foot. Persons who wero present when
Walters was first buried say that his face
was clean shaven and his hair cut short.
St. Louis Republic.
A Bfental Phenomenon.
A famous specialist in nervous diseases
recently spent an evening with me. I
asked him if ho had ever come into con
tact with mental phenomena that scienca
could not explain. He answered:
Yes, I had a very curious experience not
long ago. I was on my way to Washing
ton, and had made the acquaintance in tha
smoking compartment of two cultivated
men whoso conversation was extremely en
tertaining. The talk turned upon mind
reading, and one of my companions pro
posed an experiment. I left the compart
ment and walked to the other end of the
car. On my return my friends informed
mo that they had chosen a woman's namo
and would will mo to guess it. We took
hold of hands and sat silent for a time.
Gradually my mind becamo a blank. I
could not concentrate my t&onghts and a
nervous twitching affected my muscles.
Pretty soon a name come into my head. I
glanced at my companions. They were
eying mo attentively. As though influ
enced by an irresistible power I faltered
"That's it," they cried in chorus. "That
was tho name we had.selected."
On my return to New York I found the
name of Edna Dorr constantly in my mind.
I had never heard it before, and did not
know whether it was the name of a living
being or simply the product of tho experi
menters' fancy. Whatever it was it
haunted me. I really felt annoyed at my
weakness. I began to fear that I had over
worked and was in danger of nervous pros
tration. One night some weeks later I was called
to examine a critical case at a well known
hospital. I found that the patient, a
young woman, had been fatally shot in a
resort on the Bowery. She was dying
when I reached her side. Her faco bore
the marks of refinement and beauty, but a
life of dissipation had almost obliterated
them. I bent toward her, for I saw that
her end was at hand.
"What is your real name?" I asked,
knowing that in death she would toll tho
"Edna Dorr," sho answered. In another
moment she was dead.
Thaf is the wholo case. Who Bho wa3 or
how my traveling companions happened
to select her namo I know not. Queer,
wasn't it? New York World.
Hot fiammers Lonj Ago.
A German writer, dealing with certain
prognostications of groat summer heat,
goes hack for prccedeata. In G27, he saye,
tho springs wero drifcd np, and men fainted
with the heat. In 679 it ttm Impossible to
work in the open fields. In tho year 993
the nuts on the trcia wers "roasted" as if
in a baker's oven. In l&X) tho rivers in
Prance dried np, end tho rtench from the
ooaQiunBaaouieroxis; orount n pes-
tiionce into the land. Tho hoot in the year '
imiJ T,V,a ,Va-rl ;. IrrrVa in
w. u.w. ..j,..-- . ...Ju. .-w . .
18. Tha Rhino wm dried up
2. In tea year llaz the beat j
In the year 113a
was so great that eggn ccnld be cooked in
In 1227 it is reoordad that rar.Tiy men and
priimglq came by their death throngh the
Intense beat. In the year 13G8 the waters
of the Rhine and thfl Dxnbo wero par
tially dried up, and peopla passed over on
foot." The crops wgro bnraed up in the
year 1834, and In l3S th Seine and the
Loir) were 3 dry la&d. In 1558 a great
drought swept throngh Sarope. In 1SI4
in Prance and even in ' Switzerland tho
brook, and the ditches wero dried np. 3ot
less hot were the years l&tt, 1673 and 170L
In tha year 1715 from the month of March
till October not a drop.rjf rain fell; the tem
perature rose to 88-oecE. Re&axnsr, and in
favored places the fruit trees blossomed a
second time. Extraordinarily hot were the
years 1734. 17-15, 1753 and 1B1L The sum
mer ofl15wc5 so hot fthotherraotaster
Etandinsr at 40 dejs. Eeauarx) that th
places of amusement had to be cloud.
In the year 1715, from the month of
March rill October, not a drop of rain fell
tn GentaBy: the tjsapcrature rose to S3
degg. Raatiriar, and in favored places the
fruit trees bicMoiaed a sacond time. D-
A TTelcbty Thlc?.
Manager during rehearsal) "vThat in
thunder was that explosion?
Light Comedian 'Twasn't an cxpfcsstpn.
The hasso profcado dropped hb v!ce.
Lawrence A -r.tirLsa.
e O OX
1 N L a t
IRE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The follatrinc rates under the dWerent heading
trill be charged.
E5T"Payable Strictly in Advance.
No adTertisczne&ta takes for less than 10 centi.
Ctes Hue adVerUseaeats charged saxse rat as two
NO ADVERTISEMENTS TAKEN "TO RUN UN
Prices crrsa ua4er cllssiCed heads ia this colas: n
applicable ealy to local adTcrtlsemeats. No foreisn
advertisement tain at prices circa.
Aararers to adverttsesieaw ast la care of tat
Sages o2ce should be cailod for vrithia ladaji
after lasertix. When advertisers wish repirs foi
rrcrdod to theai stanipeU cnTclopes most bj iveat.
Rbfereace to fomor adrenlsetseals should give
d90rlpUo:i aud dte ot insertion or copy of tha sA
rettiscjnc&t should be seat.
Not responsible fortdTcrtiseraenta elves or 11.
ccatnsued hy telephone.
WA NTEDFEMA LE HELP.
Under this head ic per iine per day.
WANTEDA OOOD COOK FOR SMALL FAJU
il y, rood wages. Apply at 516 N Topeka ave.
X7ANTED-A GOOD OIRL FOR GENERAL
V housework. Call at Its N TopoVa. M-.
TTTANTED-BY MRS. J. E. CALDWELL. SXB E.
1 1 Douglas, a cootl girl for gvneral housework.
"ANTED-GIHL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
vorfc. R. U. Roys, 1127 N. Lawrence avo.
TTTANTED-GOOD OIRL FOR
t t housework. 401 N. Topeka a e.
"WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
i work. Call at 727 North l.awrence.
"TITAN'TED A neat nurse girl, none under li years.
i .appiy 41:3. iwrence ac oi-u
La un dressscs.
Miscella n eo its.
SITUA TIONS FEMALE.
Under this head lc per lino per day.
M iscela ncous.
WANTED A GERMAN LADY WISHES TO
lake charge of two or three children durlog
the summer. Address. J. M.. Engle office. S it
Under this Head 3c per line per day.
WANTED MA LE HELP.
Lnder this head 2c per line per day.
A7" ANTED AT ONCE. A GOOD UAR1IER
m (white); wages 112 per week. Address John
Dohrer, Medicine Ixlce, Kan. 33 8t
irANTED-A FIRST CLASS BARBER; WHITE;
1 waues tli per wtuk. Address. J. W Bocue.
"TTTANTED-A GOOD BLACKSMITH AT ONCE.
TT Applyut M. B. Helu. Audaic. Kan. daj-litt
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
7ANTED-A SMART, INTELLIGENT BOOK-
keeper, quick and accurate in writing and tig
urea, by a wholcHMlu house in this city, permanent
position with prospect of working up to right man.
None huta practical iumi wanted. Answer bv let
tar to "C.F.J." Eagle office, 3-l
Trunk factory to learn tho trade. H. Hoxhfeid.
Prop. Zi lit
M isccalla neons.
"rANTED-ONE MAN TO WORK IN GARDEN"
Apply nt corner of Arkansas avenue and Thir
tieth street. J. W. Graw. XI Ct
T7"ANTKD-A GOOD MAN TO DO GENERAL
TT work alwtit a plac lor private family. iiuit
hae experience and furnish reference. Apply at
C23E. Douglas ae r ."-.
SITUA TIONS MA LE.
X. nder tills head lc per line per day.
-VANTED-EMPLOYMENT. BY A BUTCHER,
prurtlcal in every branch, or will take half
interent with some gocxl man. iffl ionnlry Un
preferred. Refercuces gi eu and tjalrwl. Addrtwi
Letter Carrier No. 2. Wic hlta. Kan. 44
"rANTKD-A SlT"lIVA NO. 1 MILLER. AD-
dres. W. B. hlutomi. No. 1, Mathewsxtaave
Wichita. Kan. O ft
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Miscella n eons.
Mime office aurlerk; in a rapid peBmna. Ad
dress. WU S Topeka ave. i ft
Under thin head Sc per Use per day.
I nder this biid 3r per line per day.
tANVAERS WANtfcD- EITHEK MEN "bit
women, u can mm for the Kret Ctty VtUX
lngCo. nad the WJeblta SaUxripUoo AgfTM-r. Ap
ply at room S. over ZH N. Main st. dJMt
XT ANTED AGENTS IN ENERY CITY. TOWN
and rillsre in the United Statr leic-rrt. la
state of Kanka) to take bcnpUo6s. i'MUsattrs
can make tnonei .o cotMui rwioired. fe&wst
copies free. Caii comsiiMMiiu, atoner can brmaii
by getUnr up clubs.
WA N TED MISCELLA NEO US
YTJANTED- FURNITURE TO REPAIR. VP
T T bolstering, chair ewvertag uwl matUxvi to
renovate at J IS N'orth U wrwc avrBie. mm ror
nr of Doogtasavvaue. faVcaro Repair Mwp. J It
-TrAjrrED-w,MF.O.VE TO RKNT TWO CLEAN
' f one t room and i rem; with cie-
T" ?- "- . TWT. Pt. . t
iifrrr wro in p- nwu
u4 cool. ci, t&fr
furauhl reomi In hooe with modern eoavrwt
Mrs. Lrab.ti7 ok ar-a-. TTt
ANTEIV-Tf B( Y. A TAVO
rlace. for caa. oK t4 la rood ncuMltrlnn li
ore, ux rerAre
WANTED-LAD1E9 TO KJfOW THAT THEY
1 caa et Ue rebratH OU Braach nxdK-Ja
at 40 N. Fifth are. Xr3. EBeR Cafefc. Gen AptuL.
VANTED-HOR&Eb ANT CATTLK TO l'X- I
1 tans. iTrt claM pitar atU frow
CVearwaT. Apiy to J. t Maaarrs. Oearvater
or the baaoeU I. Kao JaveMasHU catapaay. WleMCa.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Vniar tai A 3c per lta iz day-
X )btthe.)XUrtae'rSsKiito. &4
rOR SALE - A OOOD rRESX COVi AD
' t V - .1 m k - ... -a 1
jm m . -d m. aothmn - ak
RfeALE-A FIir. JEUalT OOW AJCD CALK
boll). Call at PH L 1 KmM K. A
Pm JALl-ttjfOl5 BUYT3ir. FLET JUKM
la Kmtaw-egtera Kjta. cm' utac H aowf
rixitce laad; ftrmxy of w. ttaer aad aafldte;
nn-t ti ai of N. I irve tndr yvA. Umnm.
tare ttaae auiMlacK ctar rf laturaWtare UQ
rtxrL xavi W1 at at-. Ad4ra. rVfw A Tartar.
RjcageK gaa. A
TrbR SALE-TWO CAXSU0K. GWK PKAJt
X ttw. oa bocry. a bacVUiaM. aseu. ae
patrmalctted aarw"i,oa fi tally Wirx.lvNi'
aar-. laaairo iwdgwttfc ' btaa. BS aad tB NarfA
Water rW- 0
iron sAi.E"o"TXArK -xice cleanstoc k
af dry evK Ism- tUm, 1U mH far bif
UTaaee pre or vrAi far ttv Xjurf ar ataar raai
Cail aa U W XrCaii. I jfate. SC
-AL&-TMK TWAJOVniMi rCKlJUU
TafS rMida?r Cm fcrae ittmt
aae rmrcr cu. ;w lata. a ftercal at
aaad , jir. ctdbte aaC cUacfM, fmer
cari"ar a-rac. Ca iU bjiy tka afraac a.
cMaery a; a barnata. Cantar A 2r&ett. 9. Jti A
tit Saaah &raana aa. dSMi
-coil AUt-A man amwtKX.sm
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
r.OR SALE-MV RESIDENCE ON N. LAW.
! reace are st a sacrifice, K. li. Hoys. Ktf
"POR SALEA FIRE PBOOP SATE "WITK
X borglar proof vault. For decxlpt!oa address
E. K. PowcU. Fourth National book. V. lcbltA. Kn-
TTOK SALE OR TRADE-TEN HORSEPOWER
X? portable engine, aba oao of Bacons Mnch
double cylinder holstinc c&slsea. U la good order.
Enquire of J. K. Saw j er, as Sedrwlck balldlnr.
rpWENTY-FlVE CENTS A HUNDRED, AT
JL this odce. old papers suitable for pactlnc pat
tin? under carpets, etc dlK tf
T76RSal-DEED5. MORTGAGES AND ALL
1 kinds of legal blanks; blank receipt books. ao;
books, etc, at the Wichita Eaele oSca. Orders by
sail promptly attended la. dWWt
POR SALESCALE BOOKsTlwaKTLlND
writers' cote books, blank receipts a&d nota
books and legal blanks of erery kind. Mall orders
promptly attended to. Call oa or apdress the Wtehr
ta Eagle, Wichita. Kan. HO-tt
"TTOR JALE-A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPH
JC man of theclty of Wichita, gtTnasr4 of struts,
public buildings. courses, parks, etc. auo lixtS on
linen, paper, price 5 cents each: 3 for 10 cents; Ji
rents a dozen. Address tho Wichita Eagle. Wichita,
-TTMJR SALE-A LARGE LOT OF COWS. CALVES
JD and heifers; at'and X-yeAr-ofd ateert and
some older. Tho above slock is all tn fine coadtlloa
and good grade. It i now on my ranch ia OhtahKsa,
2) miles east of Noble, where the purchaser can.
leave the stock after rebrandlng. ualU fait Far
particulars lnjulr of G. M. Dtcisoa. room Lorer
SC6 North Malnslscet, Wichita. Kaa. Wa Grelffea
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under this bead 3c per line per day
Under this head Sc per ltae per day.
Under this head 5c per line per day.
VtNTEDHotyes and Vehicles.
Under tats head Jc per line per day.
T7K)R EXCHANGE-A STOCK OF DRV GOODS
JL. and notion, also gncerie. for M& acres cwt
land clear of Incumbrance. Addrvas F. J Kngteof
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Inderthls heart Jo per line p-r day.
T?OR SALE-A GOOD FAMILY HORSE AND
JL phiL'ton buggy. Inquire of Q. W.Jouob. KasU
FOR SALE City Real Estate,
Under this bead to per Una per day.
fFOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL HOME ON COL
La lege Hill: large houtc and sublet modern Im
provements about forty shade and be r tne fruit
trees; price moderate and terms to suit If told at
once. A.A.H)dc.lUNorthMaln. SI 6
FOR RENT Houses.
Under tbts head to per line per day.
cHfFOll "RENT -rURNlSHED 'OR " UNr'UlWSH
fcg. ed lx room houie uu College llllk nod eeltar.
eastern, clotoii, etc. on treet car track; Just eaat. of
Methodist chapel. A. A. Hyde, .
PJFOR RENT-ELKOANT RESIDENCE
L College Illil. furnlaheJ. for rent. Apt
owls B. bolouiuo. US First, bedgwtok block.
Ef FOR RENT OR 8ALK RESIDENCES IN ALL
i parts ol the city. Wright J. MUier Na. t83 N.
urn hi. H-tf
FOR HENT Rooms.
Under this head So per linrper day.
oTTuT-SNORTYrLA WHENCE AVENUE!
1. eleven room. unfurnUtied. or will furnish sis
iTom-. and hall, or lvi.. luyulro at the Ikiumv 33 it
oit RENT - NICELY FUHNIhHED FRONT
X room, double window; also, furnished suit frwnt
roomi for IS per month; 511 North Market. 31 61
OR RENT- FURNISHED Hod"Hs"wTrH
board at SOi northeast corner Lawrence and
17IOR RENT -TWO FURNISHED RtKJMH. WITH
X lth room and south wtudowa. IiMMlr at
room 34, over HiN. Topokaave. drtJ 4t
17H)RRKNT-A VERY DEsfnAHI-E PUKNISIl
t-d room, vi 3U North Emporia. lti tf
TOR RENT-A FLAT IN THE BUTLER nt.OCK.
X on mmh1 rioor. consLitlng of no rems,teal
room. ck)-rtji, inth roora.rtc Apply W H.lLJUu
ler. No. :U South Main ktreet. 1 If
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Under tills haad 3o per ilno per day,
ITxSilHKST- HI VERSIDK PARK ISFOR ItttNT
; for Fourth of July. Who wanta to ipeuiatn
Apply to George Gay 00 the premise; eflic No.
A)a West Control av. 3d Jt
InORRENTORSALE-nUHlNESR AND RBSl-
detae property m all pans ot the elty. lral
Under thu head 7 per line per day.
A fONKY TO UAV ON HORflRii. MULIffl. CAT
ai tie and houwduld good. Call and ofl It.
Morrii A Rod, irtrebauyh Wck, SUT
MONEY TO LOAN-WE WILL' MAKE VOi;
pbort time leaas on chattelft, ral raute aa4
all gtMKl M-eurltlea. Biackwelder A HorUrwk, 3jJ
Sedgwick btocL. "
f ONEY TOLOAJTVEVILL LOAN YOfT
J 1 money on long or bert tlcan mi farm e Ky
prup'rtjr, Mlso bfl htHXSi. rjiUle. graha. hPWjmwil
LtK eta. ItoaM it Harper. 2UU aud 201 8tw1e
D O VflUNTMONrrY'T-J T. LUDLUM. IN
Dwr bttiMlng. -wilt lean yM tnm l H) m
ptnuo. orxnn. aMtiubi guoda. bwwa, atla. aMd
nil klA4 ut gttod kecurtty. dliStf
one y lo ankd" or, lioKuwd. nuooilw
cwvm. plane. huesld turimf. 4. K4et
baagbt It ytm wut a Msall iwwut t roaf
cvt- and -) un. W. T. Na A Ck. vr IW NKWi
FOR RENT Stores.
Under tli head So per Uh pr eay.
1?OR REXT--BRICK fSTORE-ROOM NO. 411 EAIrT
X Donsfcu? a t ea. So aa4 lp4ne rwu, Ut
geodnortte very !. to RkhUJBd Wook. Kr- fc
csm. AT. Doagla avesae. -lf
Uder this hsul Se pr Mae Dr day.
FO It TRADE
Under tW he A S per Mar pT day.
FOR RENT Farm Property.
Under (kit head 7 pej Ua pnr day.
MISCELLA NEO US.
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