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WIOJUTA MAEEBTS.
Kecelpte of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards for 48 hours-230 cattle, 1,031
hogs. Shipments, 159 cattle. The sup
ply of cattle -was liberal for opening
day, and consisted of some of ail kinds.
There was no improvement in prices or
demand, consequently only a few cattle
changed hands. Kansas City closed
lower agrain today. The bottom seems
to have fallen clear out of the cattle
market, and there is little encourage
ment for shippers at present. The hog
market opened steady at Saturday's
closing price, $3.40, and packers'
grades and the business of the day was
done on that basis. The price on heavy
and rough grades was 5 to 7 1-2 cents
lower. The close was steady.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Kan., June BO.
CATTLE.
Receipts Z. Shipments 153. ...,.
'I he receipts were liberal ana way ahead or the
demand. Thare was nothing to encourace shippers
to take hold as all the eastern markets reported cau
tie slow and dull and Kansas City closed lower.
The bottom seems to be entirely out of the cattle
market and it is hard to tell w hen there will be any
Improvement. A few butcher grades and stackers
changed hands but trading was exceeding light.
The close was barely steady.
Natire shipping steers, good to extra.. .13 75 00
uoou to extra native butcnersteers, nums
12(0 lbs..
3 50 S3 75
Good butchers steers. S0021030
Native feeding steers
Native stockers
Choice cows and heifers
Fair to good cows and heifers
Bolls and stags
Fat yearling
Good yearlings
Grass cows
Canners
Poorer grades and scailawag'i.
Veal calves
3 25 3 40
3 00 33 25
2 75 6.2 M
2 50 (83 00
, 2 20 2 35
1 50 2 25
2 75 (3 00
2 25 2 75
1 70 W2 00
125 1 50
1 00 1 25
150 fe7 00
REPRESENTATIVE SAXES.
Following nre the representative sales of cattle at
the stock yards today:
No.
Jl
10
1
3
1
1
35
Description.
Butcher steers
Cows and heifers
Heifers
Cows
Stock heifers.
Cow
Stock heifers
Cow
Scdll.iwag
Texas vtsil calves.
Cow and calf ,
Bull
Av'ge.
....1130
... 1(E0
Sit
11S7
... . 45
1010
.... 553
.....1130
.... D50
Trice
3 25
2(M
2 m
2 4.0
2 2-1
2 00
200
1 75
1 01
4 00
23 WJ
105
Receipts 1032. Shipments none.
The supply was liberal foropeningday. Themar
kot opened steady at Saturday's closing
pilcc. $.1.40, for good packing grades, and that wus
the ruling price for the day. Heavy and rough hogs
6fe7Jc lower. The offerings were all disposed of,
packers taking the mo-.t of them. Chicago had
fiO.OOO on sale and prospects lower, Kansas City
clood the same as Satuul.ty. Some of tho buyers
f-eemod to think hogs would go lower tomorrow.
The market clobod baroly steady.
ItEPnEKENTATIVE SALES.
The following are the representative salse of hogs
rt the yards today:
VO. DOCK. AVERAOE. rnifE
77 .... 227 342HS
(B .... 2.50 310
f.7 .... 223 . 3 40
iA 40 220 3 40
57 40 231 3 40
53 .... 2:?. 3 40
:0 .... 25S 3 40
! 1C0 243 ". 40
,'S .... 251 3 40
.'6 .... 2) 3 4D
:z .... -.to :: 40
M .... 251 3 1U
'0 .... 2ft". 3 40
TC .... 200 3 W
snEEr.
Xo sheep offered today. Good demand for stock
cues.
f.cod mntton heop. fitva.100 S ffl4 00
Good stock ewc Teyasi) 3 25(.3 50
joixl stocfc, wethers, 75t8j n uiy-tu oo
Oood to extra lambs 4 10u,l aj
Wichita. Uorso and .Mule aiarkct.
WicmTA. Kan.. Juno 30.
There is no improvement in the supply and only a
few horses arc being offered for s ilo on this market.
Mr. Lehman is picking up another car of horses for
Chambersburg, l'a.
Txtra draft horses 125 (mi.'O 00
Good draft horses 100 tUVJtllo 00
J.xtra mares
Good mares
Extra drivers
(iood drhers
Extra streeters
Good strosters
Oregon
Vw
Mules. 14 hands
Jiules, HHj hands
Whiles. 15J? hands
JIules, heavy. 1631GJ6 nands
llules, plugs
100 00125 00
70 IXX W 03
150 OO.a.225 00
100 OU225 00
15 fulfill) 00
75 004 '.0 0.1
:5 rxxa 50 oo
25 KKi 50 00
(5 00 75 0J
SO (KVi 90 00
rowvia" oo
125 ((Willi (
0 00 J 00 IX)
"Rrler .Mention.
Hogs about steady.
Xo improvement in the cattle trade.
Some of the buyers look for lower prices
on hogs tomorrow.
Dolcl purchased 4&" hogs, "Whittaker 527,
and Mexico twenty-five hogs today.
Fred "Wethner is back, and will boon the
market for heavy hogs tomorrow.
C. J. Blackburn, of Blackburn, Mo., ar
; rived today, and has accepted a position as
we! ghmaster at the yards.
S. P. Mitchell, a prominent stockman of
Caldwell, was ou today's market with a
car of hogs.
Mr. Andrews, of Corbin, arrived late
with two cars, of cattle.
J. Ilorton, Corbin, had a car of hogs at
the yards.
R. Fanner sent in three cars of cattle
from Amorilla, Texas.
J. A. Fleming, who for several months
lias been book keeper for the J. H. Camp
bell Co. here, left this evening for Kansas
City to take a similar position with Scale
ing and Tamblrn at a large advance in sal
' ary. Mr. F. was a great favorite and the
boys dislike to have him leave.
J. P. Deschner came in for Jones & Bar-
!ton, Hessston, with two cars of hogs.
AV. T. Cowherd had in a car of hogs from
Wellington.
Adam Kuflbauer, Mulvane, had two cars
of hogs on the market.
AV. T. Buckley, Rose Hilh came in with
a car of hogs.
Spears & McLaughlin, Conway Springs,
had a car of cattle on tho market.
C. Figge, Nashville, marketed a car of
hogs.
T. E. Gilleland, "Winfield, had in a car of
hogs.
Stock Exchange Bank, Caldwell, sent in
a car of hogs.
J. F. "Wares, of Kansas City, vice presi
dent of the J. H. Campbell company, was
in the city today and was at the yards
looking after his company's interests. Says
there is no question but whut we will have
n largo live stock market here in a short
time, and it looked to him as though there
was now a good opening for another pack
ing plant here. Mr. "W. left for home this
evening.
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
There will be no market July 4. The
yards will be open to receive any btock that
may come in and it will be fed, watered
and well cared for, but no sales will be
made.
From the Dally Trade Bulletin.
Exports from the four chief Atlantic
ports for the week were: Flour: 157,600
packaces: wheat, 057,900 bushels: corn,
1,739,000 bushels: oats, 097.000 bushels.
Exports of flour from both coasts for the
week were 1,495,057 bushels against 1,224,
400 bushels the previous week, and 1,555.
851 bushels for the corresponding week
last year. From July 1 to date equal 104,
5S4.0S1 bushels against S5,S31,G51 bushels in
1&S-9.
Bradstreets' reports the probable total of
available wheat stocks on July 1 on both
coasts in the United Suites ana Canadus is
SO.liOO.OOO bushels against 21,000,000 one
year ago.
LIVE STOCK MAEKBT.
By Telesrapu.
PtXiouip. Mo- June 30. CATTLE. Receipts,
7600- thlpments 600. JIarket lower, native steers
tZ 804 stookers and feeders $2 Tftg SO;
Tcxans ud Indians ?2 40i33 50. 110QS Receipts
k n 'i ) ''i Til" minim 1 1 aiaiiMtjaJOaiaai'aiii'iiiii i"aiii r'lfjrii 'iiiiii - i--
3900; shipments 600. Market lower. Heavy $3 65
3 62H; packing grades 3 50(33 60. SHEEP-Re-celpts
5100; shipments 800. Market lower. Fair
to choice clipped, $3 805 00.
Kansas Crrr. 3Io.. Juna 30. CATTLE Receipts
6700; shipments 4100. Market 510c lower. Steers
3 40 i 40; cows, $1 60S3 30; stockers and
feeders. $3 6533 75. HOGS Receipts, 3000, snip
menta.2100. Market steady to 5c lower. Bulk $3 47J$
3 50, all graes $3 453 60. SHEEP Receipts 230u
shipments 120. Market steady. Good to choice
muttons 14 'JXib 50; lambs 2 OU-33 VO; stockers ana
feeders $3 5024 5a
CniCAGO, III.. Jtme 30. CATTLE Receipts
18000 shipments 3000. Market slow, steady. Beeves
$4 504 65; steers $3 504 40; stockers and feeders,
42 503 40; cows, bulls and mixed $1 25S3 10;
Texas steers. $2 3TVa3 65. 1TOGS ReceiDts. 29.500:
shipments 40U0. JIarket slow, lower; Mixed $3 40
3 w, heavy 3 WfW u; iignt. a tixs5 u; skips
W 0033a SHEEP Receipts 5,030; shipments. IDuO,
Market steady, weak. Natives 13 505 10; Texans
?3 OOSi 00; western 90t 50; lambs. J5 00&6 35.
Wichita Grain 31arket.
Wichita. Kao, June 30.
There Is nothing new of Interest on today's grain
market. The recipts of corn are liberal and the de
mand Is fair. Oats In fair supply and demand a lit
tle slow.
Receipts for 21 hours 33,500 bu. corn; 3,000 bu
oats.
GRAIN Car lots on track:
WHEAT New Good milling 65cother grades, 55c
and down. Old Goodroilling 70c. whileother grades
are ouoted at 70c and down.
CORN" No 3 or better 2122c whita 2324c
OATS-173il9c
RYE No 3. or better 2Sc
HAY $4 50 per ton In car lots.
GKOUN'D CORX-Chop in car lots 50c per 100 lb3 .
Wichita Provision 3larket.
Wichita. Kan.. June 30.
Tho domestic demand Is quite active. The in
quiry Is largely for articles specially required for
the summer trade. Prices rule rather Ann and the
packers continue very busy.
SUGAR CURED MEATS Canvass or plain hams
20 lbs and up 311Mc,hams 1&320 lbs UWc.hams me
dium and up 1012c nams small size l512 lbs 10
12)c California picnic hams THc breakfast bac on
(full width or strips) &210c, dried beef-ham (extra
drv) 9Jsc 6moked beef tongues per doz. $3 50. cottago
orboneles hams 8ic.New York shoulders 6&6Kc Cali
fornia bacon CKc, Tennesee bacon 6Hc rolled shoul
aers boneless 8c.
SIDE .MEATS Short clear sides packed fdry salt,
1543fi575 per 100 lbs, clear flitches 6c, English bel
lies 6c, long clear sides ?5 40(35 50.shoulders hrhii,
clear backs f5 40C 00 per 100 lbs, long clear bacon
JG 006 12! cwt. shortcltar bacon 16 37J4. clearbacon
backs $C 006 62, bacon flitches $G 00SU C2J4. bacon
shoulders 5 (Sfe.
S AUSA GE fresh pork sausage No 1 5JGVc fresh
pork ,ausage (extras) 7c, Vienna and and Frank
furt 10c head cheese 5c. bolognas rounds 4J35c.
boiognas middles 455c nlckles bologna 4)g5c.
tongue sausage 5c. liver sausage 5c, blood pudding 5c.
LARD Basis Tc's, choice family Cc baker's spe
cial 6c. pure leaf 7c, Whittaker's Star VA.C Whltta
ker's nastry Qic.
FRESH MEATS BEEF Sides or whole carcasses
5CHc. hind quarters 6,W57c, fore quarters 34c
loins E10c. PORK Pork loins 6c, tender loins Uc.
spare ribs 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. Jl 75. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 JO. kitts. 15 lbs. 65c
Wichita Wholesale- Fruit Marlrct.
Wichita. Kan.. June 30.
Blackberries and raspberries aro in fair supply
and the demand is good. Xo change in oranges and
bananas. Lemons active and higher.
ORANGES California Mediterranean sweet
J 4 5r&b 00 per box, Messina, f 5 506 00 per box. Im
perial $5 50 Per box. San Diego I 75 per box.
Rodi, fancy, 14 004 5U per 14 box.
LESIONS Messina per.bov. JS 0039 50.
RASPBERKIKS-12 Mm 00 per crate.
BLACKBERRIES- 003 50 per crate.
PINE APPLES None in market.
APPLES New, 50c H bu crate.
PEACHES 50c H bu crate.
BANAXAS-$2 00 $3 00 per bunch, fancy $3 50 per
bunch.
FIGS Layers 1518c per lb H oval boxes T35&3
3 75 per 100.
DATES Persian 001b boxes. 8H9o per lb. Fard,
1214 lb boxes, 12tfc per lb.
HONEY California, 1 lb frames. 17lSc per lb.
Wichita Flour Market.
Wichita. Kan.. June 30.
Thero is no change to note in this market which
was quiet. City dealers wero sorting up a little and
a few small country orders wero placed.
Best patent, per cwt standard price
Second grade
Extra fancy
Shlpbtuff, buik. ....7.7.....'.."
Bran
....53 20
2 60
2 20
.... 1 65
... 55
... 50
Wichita Leather JIarket.
Wichita, Kan June 30.
No changes to note. Snme demand from country
dealers and some call from city trade.
SOLE LEATHER-rSlaughterJ2aS3lc. B. A. 27
29c. good damage 21823c
HARNESS Acorn oak 37c. No 1 oak 34c, L. H. 32c,
Union SOcIIemlock 27c
CALF-Domestlc(i5cJl 00, French $1 001 50.
CUT HALF SOLES-Extra heavy 3 50. heavy
to 00, medium $2 50. light ?1 251 75.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
Wichita. Kan.. Juno 30.
HIDES No 1 green 35fc per lb. No 2 green 3 per
Hi. No 1 green salHfc, No 2 green salt 3Mc,dry hides
5c7c iier lb, bulls and stag-j 2!c.
TALLOW No 1, 3-Xc per lb. No 2 2&c
SHEEP FELTS-SU5.75C each.
Wichita Wool Market.
Wichita. Kan., Juno 30.
Tho wool market continues inactivo and prices
n eak on account of the light demand.
Bright condition Bright medium 14c, heavy mo
dlum 12c. light lino 12c, heavy fine 10c.
Earthv conditions Medium lie. lino SiSlOc, coarso
SSllc, Mexican helect grades 1012c, coarse and
kempy 7ti'Jc
Wichita Produco Market.
Wichita. Kan.. June SO.
Thcro is a good supply in all lines and demand
quite active. Prices unchanged.
POTATOES Kans.is 00c per bushel, northern 70c
new. 75cSi 00 per bushel.
C IMAGES New Ac
ONIONS New $1 50 per busheL
PIE PLANT-14.C per lb.
LKTTUCE-Sc per fli.
RADlsHKS 10c per doz. bunches.
ASPARAGUS 15l ppr doz. bunches.
SPRING ONIONS 10c doz bunches.
PARSLEY 15c doz bunches.
EGGS SqJJsc per doz.
BUTTER l.mc.v creamerv He cholc creamery
13c. choice butter 12c, fair lOc.cooklng butter Sc.
CIIEKsE Eastern full cream Vic. half cream HO
12 skim iy9o, limburger l1n,Uc, brick 15916, full
cieani sw ss lG.illfc.
I HICKENs Livo hens 5S6uC per lb., roosters 33
Jc; spring, 10c
MARKETS BY TELEGEAFE
New York Money.
New Yonrc. June 30.
Money on cill closing 3K3 per cent, last loan 3H,
clo--el offered atSW.
Primo mercantile paper .Va7
Sterling exchange quiet and weaker at ti Si
for COdaj bills and U b!M for demand.
Cliicigo Grain and Produce.
CniCAGO, 111. Juno CO. Wheat Trading only
moderate and the feeling developed was rather un
settled. The opening was '4:Kc low er than yester
day's closing, but there were fair offerings under
which prices declined all round. Somo long wheat
w as being closed out for July delivery and the liqui
dating process caused a weaker feeling for this de
livery than for the more deferred futures. July de
elided mc, recovered somo and tno closing was
about 94c lower than Saturday.
Corn There was a large trade In this market
which consisted principally in changing .luly to the
more deferred deliveries, and the differences were
i idened considerably. Tho market closed Hho
lower than Saturday.
Oats O.its wero traded in moderately and a stead
ier feeling prevailed
Pork The market attracted a little more atten
tion and tho feeling was greatly unsettled. Tho
market closed steady.
Lard Trading w as fairly active. Prices ruled
2ofcuc lower and the market closed steady,
short ribs A fairly actf e business waa transact
ed. The market closed steady.
The, leading future closed as follows:
WHEAT-June i5c. July S5Kc, August SGc
CORN June :4c, July S4c August )4Hc.
OATs Julv27Tic August 2JHc September 26fc
PORKJuly $12 50; August $12 30; September
$12 15.
LARD-July $5 C2J; August $5 77; September
$5 W.
SHORT RIBS-July $0 la August $0 07:
September $5 17.
Cash quotations were as tollows:
FLOUR-Unchanged.
WHEAT No 2spring. S5Hc; red. SSJc
C ORN-No. 2. 3lc
OATS 27?i27JJC.
RYE 47c
BAULKY Nominal.
FLAXSEED $1 30.
TI.MOTHY-$l 30.
PORK-I12 15.
LARD-$5 621.
SHOUT RIBS-Sldes$4 905 00.
SHOULDERS Dry salted 5 20O5 25.
SHOitT CLEAR SIDES-$5 30O5 W.
WHISKY 1 ft".
SUGAit Cut loaf 7Jf7Jc; granulated 6Jfc; stand
ard A 6?t'c
ahticlks. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 7JW 41.0X)
Corn 217CJM l,at)
Oats iu.wo asi.000
nUTTER Steady. Fancy separator 15i316c;
finest creamerv 14W815c fine UJifSSlSJtc. nneat
dalrj-, MUc. nno 6jyc
EGGS-lfliseilc.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas Crrr. Ma, June 33.
The Daily Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX. 65c XXX 75c; family $1 ffi: choice
$1 40c fancy $1 70: extra fancy $1 &X1 ii patent
$2 h2 2 15.
WHEAT Lower. No. 2 hard cash 73cH: July
72c. No. 2 ml cash. Tft
CORN Weaker. No. 2 cash 2Sfc bid. 29c asked;
July, 2S.V bid, 2iv asked.
OATs Easier. No. 2 cash 2bc July SaHfcSSVc.
H YE Quiet. No 2 cash no bids, no offers; July
no bids. 27c asked,
EGGS Firm at Sc
M I LLTUFF-Irregular.
COUNMEAL-5c
COUNCHOP-54C.
BRAN 4c
HAY Fancy old $6 0025 50. new $5 0.1.
LEAD Qalet. soft Missouri and common IS 5;
refined $3 TO.
FLAXSEED $1 25.
BUTTER Good to fancy creamerj steady at &3
14c: good to fancy dairy 6.&11C
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins W'illc; West
em S9c Young America lCk.llc skimmed 4St5u
LIVE POULTRY Firm, good demand. Choice
M. C CAMPRET.T,
Cattle Salesman.
Special
UTE : STOCK
J.O.DATiDSOS'.Pres. C.A.WAtKUL.V.P.
JomT3ntST, Cashier.
CITIZENS',: BANK.
PJuLD up capital,. - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'KS' LIABILITT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank la the Bute
of Kansas.
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money by doing: their
"business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BASK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
hens $3 023 25; small fat 2 502 75; roosterst2 00
2 50, spring chickens $1 2533 00.
PROVIisIONS-Siady.
HAMS-10 50.
BREAKFAST BACON-?3 SO.
DRIED BEEF-J7 50.
DRIED SALT .MEATS Short clear sides $6 00;
dry lonir clear 6 00: shoulders f 5 50.
bMOKED 3IEATS Lonir clear t6 00; shoulders
$C 00; short clear sides $6 50.
PORK-J13 00.
LARD-Reflned. $7 25.
St. Irfmis Produce.
St. Louis, Mo.. June 30.
WHEAT Unsettled. Cash and July Slc, August
83fc.
CORN Easier. Cash 333iiC. July 33K335fc Au
gust 33.
OATS Steady; Cash, 2Slf;. July 23c, August 27Hc
PORK Dull. Retailing 111 60.
LARD-Nominal. f5.50T
ATTOB2STBYS AT LAW.
Thos. C. Wilson, Jos. A. Brcbacheb.
City Attorney.
WILSON & BRUBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOS-tf
W. P. Casiph ixi.. Jah. L. D ter.
CAMJPBELI, DYER,
Attorneys at Law, Wlcqlta, Kan. lOCtf
H. C SLTJ8S. W. E. SlANLET.
SL ZTSS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J . R. Hallo well, J. E. Home.
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLOWELL & HUME.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
A. P. RonitBAuan. w. H. Ratjch.
ROIIRBATTGH 0 RATJCH,
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,
Lawyer. Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N. Main st, Wichita,
Kantas. dlOi-tf
John W. Adams. O. W. C. Jones. G. W. adajis.
ADAMS, JONES cC ADA3IS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway east of the
Wichita National Bank. HC-tf
VETERINARY SURG'S.
J. M. PHILLIPS. S. E. PHILLIPS.
FHILLTPS d thillips,
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
Graduates of thq Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo nro prepared to do all klnd- of vetcrinarv
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operation. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. We ubo an operating table
instead of throwing horsed.
Office, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
No.71. lij-tf
PHYSICIANS.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
fc5K??!ils?W Specialties: Diseases of the
.fStet Eye. Ear, Nose and Threat,
$vSrt8Ss Catarrh and fitting glasses.
f''?KW4n' OOlo 127 N. Market street,
CWy-vS'ZSr Israel k Mvers block.
Israel dc Myers block.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
OFFICE:
S31 East Douglas Ave
HPinrvrr
j2!S North Market Street.
Professional CUs Attended Promptly
53-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseases a spreclalty. Home
for Lalies during confinement. Strictly private
when so desired. Letters of inquiry confldentiHl
nnrl answered Immediately on receipt of same.
Home, 711 South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
DR. CROSKEY.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
OCice hours 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday, 9 to
,.30. Room 17. Fechhelmer Buildinc.
E. Y. MTTNSELL, M. D.
SPECIALTIES:
Eve. Ear, Nose, Throat and
Catarrh. Rooms 13 and 15
No. 205 North Main street.
Residence, 1200 South Em
poria. 64-tf
ARCHITECTS.
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent. Rooms IS and IT
Blttlnc block, WiUilta, Kansas
W. R.McFHERSON,
Architect. Room 18, No. 200 North Main Street,
Wichita. Kansas. 117-tf
W. T. PBOUDTOOT. O. W. BIRD
FR OUDFOOT C BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. OQce la 5ech
hetoer block.
COimiTSSION AGENTS.
ABSTRACTERS
A. J. AFFLEGATE.
(With A. D. JlaUory.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer & If otary Public.
Fine drauchtiac a specialty.
1 any land In Sedgwick count
Complete abstracts
ty Room 216 Swig
ting business boors at
wick clock. Can be found du:
county building.
liJG-tf
DENTISTS.
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work pnaranteed flrst-class. OSlce
113 Kat Douglas avenue OTer PaulJoaes Co.s
drug store, Wtcfclta, Kansas. "1-U
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Dentist. Office 144 N Main over Smith Storer-s.
VitalUr d air adaunUtered. Residence S . Ta
peka avenue, Wichita. Kansas. "-tf
Full seta of teeth ! t and fMt
Gold Fillings $1 and np: Silver 75c;
Extracting with coacaine 50c We
guarantee satisfaction.
rarPainles. Dentists.
BOYD'S DENTAL ROOMS.
Da. T. F. Bottj. Dr. J. A. HoiXEXBrBGrs.
113 East DcngUs Annc 19
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
ROGERS,
The Phr-tocrapher. Pfcasres In all slrts ad style
tt.. ki i-irriFA rhe Snest assoranerc el Tslcnre
ffasaesln tee-city. Giro ala a tzieadty can an!
examls e sainnie.
ELDRID6E & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas.
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Natl Bank.
R. W. ELDRinfJE.
Hog Salesman.
Information by Wire Free on Application.
: COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Fred W. Israel, R, C. Israel
ISRAEL BROS,
REAL ESTATE A3SD RENTS.
Such bargains as wo can now offer in Wichita
property and Sedgwick county farm lands were
never ofTered before. Money carefully invested for
non-residents and their Wichita Interests properly
cared for. Office 2d floor. 13 North Market, Israel
building. Reference Wichita National Bank.
dlS-tf
EDUCATIONAL.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
WICHITA, KANSAS.
Board and tuition, per annum. J 150. Addre
ster Superior. SUterso; Chanty. B. V. Jl. 105-
RAILROAD TIMETABLES.
MISSOURI TACiriC R. R.
TRAIN'S.
-RRIVE J 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, Anthonyi
and Kiowa ex
Hutchinson, Sterling and
Geneseo passenger
Hutch;, Kanapolis. Pueblo
and Denver ex
915 PM
1205PM
730am
415PM
740AM
520 PM
All trains run dally.
FJorinf. fnnf1 nn1 Y(rhim cttvorc- flV.t etft.aVr?
North Main street. E. E. Blecklev.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
NEW TIME TABLE CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND ii
PACIFIC RAILWAY.
("Great Rock Island Route.H
In effect on and af wr April C. 1393.
TRAINS.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
GOING NORTH AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver and Pacific Coast
Express daily.
No. 2 Kansas Cuy, St. Louis
and Chicago. Through
Mail and ex. dally
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
dally.
No. 62 Accommodation,
dally except Sunday.
GOING SOUTH.
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily . ...
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mall
and ex. daily
No. 01 Accommodation, dally
except Sunday
50 AM
ESOAM
E45PM
1135am
SOOAM
00 AM
S55PM
1215PM
725 PM
200PM
745PM
2 30 P M
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 bajrgage 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 129.
C. A. RuTHERFonD, Ticket Agent.
Jno. Sebastian, G. T. & P. A., Chicago, 111.
st. louis &. San francisco r. r.
trains.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass (to Ells
worth) Going west, pass, (stops at
BuiTton)
Going East, passenger
Going East, passenger
Going East
Going West to Burrton
525AM
4 55 P M
9 05 A 31
10 10 P M
2 25 P M
227PM
450pm
DOJ A M
1035 PM
City Union Ticket office, 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA & WESTERN It. II.
TRAINS.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass. (daily).....
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going Ea&t, freight
805am
300PM
D. II. Rhodes. Freight & Pass. Agt, 122 N. Main
Supt., cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket offico 122 North Main street, and at
Uulon Depot, Douglas avenue, W. D. MURDOCK.
VrClIISON. TOl'EKA A SANTA TE R. It.
TRAINS. I AKim'K I LEAVE
NORTH AM) EAST.
Denverexpress 405pm 410pm
Eastern express 1235pm 1240pm
Colorado and California ex
press 400pm 410pm
Chicago express fcSOl'M 900 pm
.SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma A-Panhandle ex 740 AM 740 AM
Texas Express 4 05 P Jl 4 10 P M
Caldwell Express 7 00pm 7Q0pM
City Union Ticket offico 122 North Main street, and
Union Depot, Duglas avenue.
Tho Santa Eo Chanffc.
By the new Santa Fe time table it will
lie 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 (5:2:j a. 111., Colorado Springs 7:45
a. m,, Denver 10:40 a. m. This train is
equipped with chair airs, Pullman and
dining cars and will not stop for meals as
formerlv. dl2 tf
yutc:ati.v.
It's queer when the world seems steady,
It really Is whirling so.
It's quoor that tho plants got larger,
When no one can sso them grow.
It's queer thai tho fountain's water
Leaps high in tho sneshino bright,
And queer that the moon can never
Fall out of the sky at night.
It's queer that one clover blossom
Is white, and another red.
Whan tho same blsck earth surrounds thsa,
The same rain watera tadr bed.
It's queer that of nl these wonders,
Wo take so little heed.
And that as for feeling thankful.
We seldom 6ee th need.
We scold If tho -rroathcr's chOly
And retln tho hot sunlight,
Doat Hkc to set up la the doming,
Hang bock from tho bad at night.
Yes, queerest of all thequecrness
Are surely those gir'-s and boys,
Who live in a world of beauty.
And rather eeo woes than joyak
Trea-TOra Trova.
Pall Mall Budget is authority for th
statement; that the Prineo oi Wale3 wear
bdl shaped silt hats.
A Few Notable Head.
The Prineo of 'Wales has a remarkably
even shaped head, the hatters say, and his
Bizeis7. Prince Albert Victor only takea
a 6. Tho brims of his felt hais are enor
mously arched to take off the effect of his
long face. His brotier, Erince George,
takes & 8X. The Kxxporcr of Germany, who
has a very uneven head, takes 6. So docs
tie Duke of Teck.
"Writing Advertisement.
"Writing advertisement has become a
specialty and is one of the fine arts. Cer
tain men in the business who have'pecu
liar aptitude and experience make very
handsome incomes. J. E. Powers, who
was for five years with John Wanarnaker,
charges $75 a day for his services and gets
it. Rogers, Peet i: Co. supply a special
artist, but Prank Choseaben writes the ad
vertisements of that firm himself. It isn't
an easy thing, either to write a taking
"ad." If you think so, try itJ Chatter.
A Wonderful Clock.
A new French clock contains a novel ap
plication of the magnet. The clock i3
shaped like a tambourine, with a circle of
flowers painted on it head. Around the
circle two bees crawl, the larger one re
quiring twelve hours to complete its cir
cuit,"Vhile the smaller one makes it every
hour. Different flowers represent the
hours, and the bees, which are of iron, are
moved by two magnets behind the head. o
tho tambourine. Si. Louis Republic.
A liara Avis.
A stranger in the dlj seeing an urchin
ca Broadway patted him on the head and
saiti: "Can you tell me where Fourteenth f
street is, little boy."
The gamin stared seemingly incredulous
at the gentleman a moment, and then f
shrieldns hysterically to a distant com
rade; "Hey, Chimray," he yelled, "here's a feJ
ler what don't know where Fourteeaf
street is!" Drr Goods Chronido
.11
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SUPESSTfflON IN ETCJIA.
TESTS APPLIED BY HINDOOS TO
DISCOVER THIEVES.
A -Murderer's jE?leatThat;Sis VIctfcn Had
Slain Him in a Frevious State of Ex
istence Accepted in Good Faith Exor
cising Devils at the Cost of Life.
The natives of India have many carious
beliefs and superstitions, some of which
are essentially,; oisentalin their nature,
others commono manynations and shared
by ourselves, only, a? fewi centuries ago.
One day an English, magistrate was paying
a visit to a-Kindoo gentleman who 'was an
old friend of hisjtin thecouTse of which he
happened 7to yawn.- To his astonishment
up jurngj the rajahveaifj galvanized and
began furibusly7snuping"'his fingers in
startlingproxjmityto hisface. Observ
ing his visatoT'e'lopkrof unfeigned surprise,
heexplitaed'thatrthisrwas done to scare
away the devils who -niight. have otherwise
seized the opportunity to jump down his
throat.
How strange it seems to us, this practi
cal belief in devils, and fear of them, com
bined with so iasultingljvjlowf an idea of
their intelligence andgowerl.I once heard,
however, an oddnst3ncbf f the same f ar
and yet contempt 1fcraseca?powers shown
by an English lady injtiTpbeginning of this
eentury a bishop's wife, tool who was
afraid of ghosts, andif left alone In the
house would whistle asece waited through
the passages atnight in order that the
ghosts might take ifer.-fpr a man.
BELIEFS ABOUT"TnE DEVIL.
The Scriptural belief in .posiession by a
devil is held to thjs dayby the natives of
India, and very recently a case csmo before
n English magistrate in Bengal in which
a Brahmin was charged with having caused
the death of a lad by his attempts to exor
cise an evil spirit. Theboy had been made
to lie on his back, in the presence of his
parents and other sympathizing relatives,
while the priest danced on his chest, call
ing on the name of his god, "O Baal, hearl"
But whether the god was sleeping, or
whether the devil in departing took with
him the boy's own spirit, cannot be known.
The-boy died and the civil surgeon, know
ing nothing of the nature of exorcism, re
ported that he had died from injuries
caused by the priest.
Like the Kussiaus of the present day, the
Hindoos think it bringsa person ill-luck to
bo openly admired or praised, and if you
should praise or even look too "admiringly
at a child the mother will hastily with
draw it from notice, and either beat it or
say something disparaging of-it in order to
counteract your ill omened admiration and
avert the jealousy of. the gods.
The belief in some form of ordeal for
proving the guijt or innocence of an ac
cused person is another of tha traditions of
tho past which we wasterners have out
grown and cast aside, but which still forms
part of the practical belief of the people in
India.
DETECTING THIEVES.
Of this I remember an instance occurring
within my own experience, on the occasion
of a robbery having been committed in my
house, when the police summoned the
whole of my servants-to tho police station
in order that each one might separately
and solemnly be put to the test. It was a
droll sight to see the procession setting
forth on this miision, headed by the mag
nificent Khansama and tho imperious bear
er,and tailing off through minor dignitaries
down to the indifferently clothed coolies
who brought -up the rear. Tho ordeal is
conducted by a Mohammedan priest, who
mutters certain mytterious Invocations
over the Koran, which is then pronounced
to have the power of pointing out tho
guilty person by opening miraculously at
a condemnatory passage when touched by
him.
A factor in this experiment, doubtless
much, even if unconsciously, relied upon
or bringing it to a successful issue, is tho
power of superstitious fear over the con
science of the guilty person. To most
natures the idea of being discovered m this
supernatural and awf ul manner is so terri
ble that tho culprit rather than risk it will
make voluntary confession, and so depre
cate tho heavier anger of the gods reserved
for those who defy them. On this occasion
the Koran unhesitatingly pointed out one
of the servants as tho thief. Whether ha
was innocent, a3 he maintained, or merely
jnimpressionablc and hard of heart a wo
hd much reason for believing, I cannot
say but confess he would not, ind, living
as wo do in the Nineteenth century, ha
could not be imprisoned on the solo testi
mony, however conclusive, of tho Koran,
nor, owing to tho modern prejudice there
exists against applying torture, could ho bo
made to confess. Tho conditions which
made trjal by ordeal so generally success
ful in the ages of faith are altogether want
ing in tho present skeptical and scrupulous
generation.
suPEiiSTrnoNiK the cornrrs.
The reproach of skepticism cannot, how
ever, be applied to tho Hindustanis. Their
powers of belief aro childlike. I was once
taken to see a miraculous spring thwt had
suddenly appeared in a dry and barren
spot, and was bringing in much wealth to
the fakir who hp.d appointed himself Its
tuardian. It was very small scarcely to
bo discerned until pointed out and I of
little faith even thought in secret that it
could be produced by the holy man's pour
ing in water every.night. But small as tho
hole, he sucked thereout no small advan
tage, for the people's faith is large, and
crowds of pious persons made pilgrimage
to tha divinely favored spot.
Curious instances might be collected from
the records of Indian law court illustrative
of the Old World beliefs of the peoplq, which
are brought at times into such strange col
lision with the legal forms of procedure
established by our modern lawyers. A man
was once being tried for murder when he
put forward a plea such as could only hare
occurred to an Oriental and to a believer in
the transmigration of kouIs. He did not
deny having killed the man on the con
trary he described in detail the particulars
of the murder but he stated in justifica
tion that his victim and he had been ac
quainted in a previous sth.t of existence,
when tho now murdered man had murdered
him. in proof of which he showbd a great
scam across his side which had been the
word cut that had ended his provion ex
istence. He further said that wten hs
heard he was again vto be tent into this
world he entreated 'his mtr to excu&o
him from coming, as ho had presentiment
that he should meet his mitrdkrer and that
harm would come of it. All this he stated
in perfect earcfcataeaa and simplicity, nd
with evident., cosmedoti of its truth and
force a ccnvieticii shared by a large num
ber of thee in count Teeaple Bar.
Th-a Baobttlsr'e Sistoc-a.
, Hve yon ftcafeea. Hi. SevermAt"
Oh my, jts. Tfe "was fisia Brcaaca,
gapa Hairix3 Ggcapa LJDtecatad sev
eral other girts rfSaor cazaes Pvefcrgat
tc "rrcaM jgcJiktoh aaexte-a,
za xtxn zi jiZ'tSg-stz'T-l &SF& CF aa1
thestarii txza. tcs s-d . nrrA ether
matt r taoaggrt a -pestilgsoe lnta-tfeelaad.
Csltcd rrleadj-
Ona rnillkis.zuad7ei thsosaad doUara
has been paid out e&.desthgcfeaa; 3S,(XiO
has bees paid 'to distXai meabexf ca per
manent diesbUSies. ToUlKsssb-rship,
D,0CO. Fifty thoasan'dffisa has been
ccllocted and paM "baci t-riCB"Scrs fcr a
6erceats out cf ths reaarvs fard. Tha
aTersge death rate has baesvxiiz wvta
per L.0C0 for the last niaeTftar. Osa hun
dred and nineteen asseennszt have been
called, bciny an averacs cf thirteen er
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No advertisements taken for less than la .enti.
One line adverttsescnu charged sue ntns(wo
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, Frlecstptten under dsssised nesutsintau column
' pfUcaT)'o onlj- to loaTadTf rtUemaau. No fsreurn
1 ftdrertUeinests UVea at prices given.
! Answer to dVer0sne3WVent,ia,creof th
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warded to tnesn-Siirfped envfippes msst'be MttL
Reference to ronnar ndverCsexnects . should e-fo
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' continued by telephone.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
I cder this head 3c per lice per d.ijr.
Domestics.
rAXTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
l worfc. Family of two. Call at 22 North
SteaJe ?"
WANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD GIRL AT Sit
N. Mareet. dI St
WANTED-A GOOD. STEADY GIRL TO DO
Kvueral housework. Apply at 10M North
Ijuvreiiee u e. d&; If
TV-ANTED-A GOOdTcOOKFOR S1IALL KAM"
Uy: only kitchen wort; no ashlnc. Good
pay. Cull at ilC N. JIarket dS5 Ct
AV
TANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
noibu wuri. -rippJJ at jHos. airr uuou
TV
ANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
houeork. Callat IBS N Topkj. U-&.
WAS
NTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL MOUbE-
work. Call at T.7 North Lawrence. d2Stf
Nurses.
r ANTED A ne.it uure u'lrl; none under 13 years.
tV Apply 313 b. Ljiwrence ac dl-tf
La an dressscs.
Miscella u eo us.
VXT-ANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED
1 makers. 3lun?ou Jb McNamara.
15ASQVE
WANTED-AN ELDERLY WOMAN TO TAKE
charRoof furnished rooms; oue who wants a
home. Inquire at -'EN. Main hU dBSSt
SITUATIONS FEMALE.
Under this head lc per line per day.
Domestics.
WANTED-A hlTUATION BY A Y'OUNO
' lady to do house work In a private family,
CaJI on or address 1218 East DouIoh Avn, d37-Cl
, AN IED-A REhl'ECTAllLE GIRL WANTS
TT plate to do housework in biu.ijl Xamlly; un
derstands houwork. Rkferunces tlven. Address
I. fa Eaclo ofUce. dX
Ho uskeepers.
Miscella 11 eous.
WANTED-A GERMAN LADY WISHES TO
tabu charge of to or three children during
tho summer. Addres. J. M.f Eaglo ofllce. ffl U
DRESSMAKING.
I'nder this Head "c per line per day.
WA NTEDMALE HELP,
, nder this head 2c per Hue per day.
Trades.
v
AN 1 1.1)-A t.OOD IIIVCK.MITIL CALL ON
and wooi worker, Attica, Kantod. dTT lv
TT
TANTED-A OOOD UELIAKLE 31AN TO
take chnrrro of tin ehon. one that Is fully cotn-
pt-tent to do nil kinds of work including pump and
pipework. CC. Curtis, Wellington, Kan. lT-6t
TT7ANTED-A ritACTICAir TINNER-TO DO
i all kinds of work; keep Ktore a part of th
timi';suady work the yei.r round 1f I got tho right
man. Address, Jiuhatie, Kansas, Box 141. dE6t
"lA'ANTED AT ONCE. A OOOD RARHER
i (whiti; wages H2 per week. Addrr. John
Dohrcr, Medicine Lodge, Kan. 3S 6t'
T
fANTED-A GOOD ULACKSMITH AT ONCE.
Apply at 31. js. item, Anaaie, Kan. uae-iw
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
Boys.
"WANTED TWO HOYS AT THE WICHITA
Trunk factory to learn tu trade. II. IIoMfekl,
Prop. a
Salesmen,
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMEN.
Wholesale iooks to the trade oxcltt4roty
permanent. Good side line. Do Witt, tR Dearborn,
Chicago. 111. rtl
Misccalla neous.
TANTED-ONE MAN TO WORK INGARDKN
it Apply at corner of Arkansas atomic and Thir
tieth sUeet. J. W. Graw. S
SITU A TIONS-MA LE.
I nder this head lc per Hue pr day.
Trades.
WANTKD-A SIT ISY A NO. 1 MILLER. AD
dres W.TJ. SI moo. No, 27. Mathewson ,
Wichita. Kan.
Bookkeepers.
WANTED-A POSITION AS DOOKKKKPKR
or cmjtk. k.
JL SMveU, 8 &tmth Tomta
amn-
Boys.
Salesmen.
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Miscella neo us.
Em ploy m cut A gen cics.
I z.dnr this head 2c Pr line p day.
TV
ANTED-TWENTY FARM HANDS. AT tUB
ner dav to VMM vsr montii 70S atea for rail
road work in Dakot and Wyonunc. ja4 l th
w ork for t H).yt. tp daily ooe woaaao to co to tho
Indian umtory for twnity vcotX. at V3HO, frw Mac
o& womaatoma boanl:tif bod on rnch. vi
chance hot-l cook at to J pr woeUt. Are mw
agent tomn oa train. r"od Job. rood M. toaV;
ooe. own 1L work lor rnryn&Y. J. R. KtnrrorOtr
A GENTS WA NT ED.
1 aor this hd 3c pr Mb pr day.
-VTT ANTED AGKXTis-IN ENKRT C1TT. TOWff
1 V acd TiiUf e ta th" Catte4 Stal ic la
rtale of KutMti to tat Mtbcrtstioaa. FrtmMn
can xcake vuki. No rmpnl iKjutrod. tMuspb
oopi trv Cah ctmmbmutnn aoiir eaa Vejaw4o
Jr; -"tUnfopUotw. AddrM ta Viic&tu d,
Wjchrta. Kaa. 7UU
WA NTEDM I SCELLANEO US
T-AN. F.D-TO TRADE-A OOOD IMAtTuX
11 r a tiro IxjzrT. AaVdrow "Man," u of
KaOLEoSIok.
TK ANTED-TWKXTT
xes AT TOWAXDA.
T JlhTl . Asah th 1
wort or U. T .
McLaJa. rortr SecwM a4 WlrJtRa Mn
TV
ANTED-TO BCT A trOOO SIZED tiW,
jna t (trtMh sad r-rtrtlr cutaim mA wn
brk to uMr asd hw9ir. vtMttnt MkMrtaJiy ?
-adyo:Bfatc7 ptiot wiil h jmtd. ef Lg aa4
xnrc caah rtoe. A4cm, JL A. Jt, m of ts
Offlr. 4SI fc
"Tr'ANTED-THr rt'SMC TO KOJfW THAT
th Mfl ai stac th cWny wtn o
Wkita XoMby, WMr4kr aad Trta.f to Uhcm
hack Txwtar- tteMtf iMurif tjr taw Lni
oi J!y H tf
XVTA.3CTED--A r"WT CtASfe DENTMrT, INA
V cv&4twae9Aty of-work trar4taaieaa.
iWrf L D Ah. X. J), ra-wtt, I T. K
'AXTKIA-SBCOKD ilXSti TIKV, MWJT
Mir-: mt 4-aaaf ) yrlec cms. aA-
dn-w. Box Jft, PxmhajmHK. Teat a-.
Tt-ANTED-TO HTT- A OOOD ftTI'JUOnT) JStC-
t oftdhaaOto idn.niM, t lath
Kat-r.
W
anted - rvnxrxt-HZ to kwajr. rp.
hfes(Ttrr. etutr tiort-' aftnf iMr l
Trwrrti a ,i mn Ul1wlia n tnwar em.
XfBI"(- rltmm ttrpatt Hh. Bit
irAvrKD-fyarj.NE?o kcttwoIean
hoa oaa rvao; tsU r t ?om. with atet-
yarrae. raK. rv-z vtrj cat atoo, gtmC
1tj aiattvr aifh. a(Mlifc.Bar
hww arMi icAm tmMim
tn rrmt eaWaavr lawba aavrfcotr ha aVp eMr.
Mr. Luah. SC OMo MWit 3
ore. Acr
TEBEEflPEB'S.CeiCM.
Your "Wants SiigpUcfc.
"rA"TEl-LADIES TO KNOW THAT TTIT.T
; cm ret the celebrated Olive Branch medietas '
a a -. c uia ave. airs, tiea eoad, uu Ap:ni.
d.l.V
TrANTEI-HORSES AD CATTLE TO'PAS
M ture. First Ua pasrarp oc mllo i from ;
Cirarwater. APPlr to J. t Hammers. Clearwater
or the Uua&eu ao Investment coiaam v. Wichita. ,
lil-tf
FOR SALEMiscellaneous.
Under this ccaiirc.per lice pr day. " '
Yt'OK" SALE-FIVE ACRE FRPIT PARit SIX i
JL mile-from town. Improvement) m foflow-s; '
H acre uf in-afx-s H airr ra-pbecrSes. Ifoctn bVioS- .
1xmt!s, H a ro webTir3. stn&U htxjs. barn.
i-vKxl Well, nouip IrtlcttiaralHl LiJr. Poi.utlan t
I MK-c A nkvptactt. Price tiffiUU. Call rarlr. Irel
DIWs OClvlf. 19 . . itun. OJJ-IX
fdirSALE-sTOCrOF MOLDI Nos. pTcTtmES
JL an J oil paper. Address. 21, ti.. car Kaslo
oCltv. JKiCi'
"TTOit SALE -JERSEY COW. S j-mrj. oM. fresh. R,
JL1 iUUbow - COT X lj4-nc uc 124 X Main. 34-
OR SAI.K - A GOOD FRESH COW AND
calf, a bargain. Colt At 317 ludta&a po. 2
VOK SALE -A FTRST CLASS DRAT: FOR
-L dr?cripUoA addres O. Homers, WlaMtoKaa,
OR sa!a-mykksidence ON '."UW. "'
reaeehaatjismcriSc. R. U. Hots, mf ''
1?OR SALE-A FIRE PROOl" S.J'EWlf5
X tmrjlar proof vuuk. For description addree '
L. K. I'uwrU, Fourth N&ttosal bQk. WlchlU. Kan.
d3a-a 1
riWENTY-FtYE CENTS A UUNDRED. AT
JL tbi oateeold paper MlltaUe for iwcttejr. put
ting under earpets, rt, . dlK tf
TLT'OR alt DEKDrMORTOArtES AND ALli
J? Uad of lepil btaass: W-Bk rei-Wp&Hoks. sota
booVs. rfc . at tin- Wichita, Eal oSlctv Ordr hy
uiAil promptly attebded to. dlU)-U
T?OR SALE-M.-ALE ROOKS, SHORT HAND
J. writer' not book. Wank rvclpfc and not
books and lfl blanks of rrtr kind Mall ordera
I proapUy attvtidod to. (.aUuuorupdrcsa the Vk)h
j ta Eajcte. chlta. Kan. l0af
FOR fcALE-A HANDSOrE LITH9SRAP
niap or thcity of WjchlU.ctvrH smrsof streets,
puultc Imlldlmr. itrilese. prk. r(v. site 12x15 on
llnrn paper, prm- .qIh each, a f ar 10 ents; 3S
(tdU a duxen. Address tho Vu.ht(a lixie. Wtehlt.
KttB. dlttt-tr
FORiALK -.CTLaKOK LOT OF COWS.aLVBy
and belters alo 3 and- 3-ynar-old ttrcr .and
some older. Thr above tock L Il lu fine condliloa
and uod sradt ll 1 now on my ranch tn Ohlaboma,
a) mile eat of Noble. vhcr ihopttrchar"oaa
leave the ock arter robraydlnc.Mmtll fall. For
partKntlar inquire f U. M. Dickson, room Lorr
at. North Mala -eet, Wlchlt. Kan. viu. Urelff ?a
tjeiu. 115tf
FOR SALEJJouseholU Goods.
Under this head 3a per lino per day
STRAYED.
Under thla head 3c per Una per day.
BOARDERS.
Under this head 3c per line per day.
WANTED Horscsjni d VcMcUb.
E'OR SALE-VEltYCHEAP sECON-D HAND A
JO-Sfut omnibus, nearly good a.i'nw J, Viw
Tallant, Uarden City. KatiNis. dWt" $
FOR EXCH&NpE. .
Under thl head Sc per linear day.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Uadt r thl head :c,pcr,Ufi(KJ;4aM
TOR SALE A GOOD .FAMILY HORSE AN
phctoa biir-.'T. Inaulroora.VW.Jouix KaxU J
hlocU. JOU x
FOR SALE-City Real Estate.
Coder this head Co,pr Iln'par day. S
FOR RENT-Houses.
LnderthU head 3o per lino per day.
J70R RE.NT-A NICE COTTAOE AT 23 NORT1T
.' Waco. Call at'itcComh Iiroa'. haraeaa tor.
17I0R KEST-a OOOD HOUSE WITH ALL MOD-"
en Improvement. Also'baru. Apply.toC. 11,
i'eckham. li Fiirrleir Atb. OSii.
FOR RENT-TO SHALL KAJULY.A FURN-
JbiA l-tiei liuuir of alz roomM. at
t431N.
na
ott
luqulre att N. ilaln.
fflJFOK nEXT-tTTRNISHEU OR UNJTTRNlSH
jq"!. ed six 100m hauto on Coltece ltUU (rood cellar.
iMeni. clo-rts, etc ; on strict car irafciy jui eaat of
JHethodin chapel. A. A. llylo. 3 01
MrOR RENT OR SALE RXaiDENCES IN ALL
parts of tho city. Wrlcht b illlier No. 133 N.
a at. l-tf
FOR RENT Rooms.
X. nder this head Jo per llneper day.
xioiTltENT -NICK" LA.ROE ; ItOOMfl WITU
X olcetn: will rent for II va and fix dollars amootfi.
Inquire at 3M Waco. OWU
F"" OIUIENT-A VFRY DeSiUAULE FUltNlt
el room, ut 204 North Emporia. ltU
lOR RENT-A FLAT IN THE HITLER 111.00k
X on m-c-m! tHtc. cuwbUBir of five toMa,Mil
room, ciokcta, bath nxHn.Hc- Apply to 11. ft. fttrt
lcr. No. 213 South Main Hreti. Wt ft
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Uitdf r tht hsad 3o pr Itito per day.
IORTtEST-KIVElthlDE VARKlsniil KKT
for Fourth of July. Who watt- M pe4Wal-
Apply to (iewnto Guy oa the. protnlMt nQfu 3v6.
MaWeMCeatrtava. Jajk
FOR RENT OR SALE-UDSINRafl AND RHaU.
dettco property tn all parts of the olty. kranl
lirM. l-lf
FOR TRADE
Under this he'd 3s por line pr day.
FINANCIAL.
Under this head 5c pwr Hue pr day.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HORDES. MULRS. CAT.
tleHIMt hottonliotd BOods. Call and .
Morris A Rood. Flrefeatijffc Wock. St-4'
r
ONEY TO LOAN WE WILL UAKX TOU
hort Un hkUt en f tttUois. real vUi aavi
all cod av-arttlea. Ulakvratdr it lIUhw-afc.SD
bedewtek block. aatm
- r oney" toloan-wfwilL ijoaiTxov
j.L Htoty oa loop or short Utmn on farm or Mr
prwpflrty. aiao ott Wm. -aUJ. Ch haxaHl
px4. etc Roum & Harper. 'Mi and m fedrnwe
D
O YOU WANT MOKEY '-J T lXDL.VH.ltl
ixartxr CMiiMiair. will low yo iram p oji
ptaatas. orcaa. hoi -bold cowd. boooa. tuUta. a
Mi kutda of aood ,-arUy.
aittu
fONEY
il CBWS,
LOANED ON MORUrS. BCOOt'K
oewi, pUci. bavMboM faraHare. eta, "
hi;bt. If you waat
If roa waat a aail aaaoMIt I PaWC
ctmekiKlFMM. W. t. Maah&Cooter 1W jMtfri
iUiH street. Mat
FOR RENT Stores.
Under this bood 3c pr lie pr ay.
170R KjrXT-HTORIt-TUK If AXPCOXK
J. Xo HH W Ftrai scwcwad 4- wea: e
Cmif ordor. cscap. K-aate aZ W. T.
Lmt, cor ma aaw 1 in .
"tfOR RENT-BRJCX STOHE-ROOJI no. m RAtTr
JL lit.- xwat, Saa- uClf- aaal aax-Bti: room. ar
co aartl er low. as Rieblaad Hock. iUas da
boo. Jiff DoaKUaarotMMk M5-U
STOLEN.
t'Mtor tMa h'Ad 2o r ban -r Aay.
QTULEN-A 0XALL KtD COW. WITK
Q hrsalM'anlafca.al4teri
laWal tewMl Vti X. TtfMrka aaa or i
Doutac. 6U.
FO UND.
VnAvr tt be prt Bo r-r4gr.
TOCDON J0TM TOMCXA AVI, A Uk9T
J lnla'ir V- Tta ton ca H aY tslkW
aUaoOVr. daJOw
MISCELLA NEO US.
Uadar thte bed tc v H yr day.
Y
OC C AJ ME THJf tatT AXD CUKXVWS
ttaw. af habr aarrtef ta th ntr at iXt Saad
et ttv JM N Maat. -. ahaaask,ad "HL..1
T ey. lL
?tBLEKATETM. FOUKTiY OOOH TO
b th'i ao4 M e-t ator-i J K HMm L tor jnr
nryn1tA. &aa. (. f aI Ww On Kfca njjag
Vy tao yard d TeaAh claa. - at itr t-rVKA. 5cU
D!
n. LEWTII I'THIOWTAL PIIX9. TJtlt
I rri. RsraY ftsCUtvettr oo tti -
ttnrrK4 4nntTrmrfmy?Tvie'it aV
wmtisiwi v r-fci
Tb- ptBa tfsa at Ut Uia 4rto; ptr.
AautVua rta aimt mmt. nyaaty pnaarwa-, tB
ai'uai
la. . -ri a99iid by Cta. L !-.
MB E4 Iofibji. Wicaita. Zaa, wfc Mai
rtUL Otaa ta&aitlrr.
ri'isf rarrTCAAT wOLJWAiB at sir-
JL t at fc-r. nUattoCsftaa. BUi.C
WEHATECAJSU BCTEJM FOR DJtnxZUi
t f batlaU r-- pev-rt7. cvt u tlii fStM
Oa aivJ aiW Jtsa 9. WW, tko FrJwsa lis
Trill Ttmmxais uuiSL zntm tn effort Marsh rJ,
WioWU, May 3. Ci. P-V.
U13-IL
Cwwtotlbr4FrJco lJscSos-
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poiafr, ta G4m, Vr Wrof-atu
aia xmd zitm tow . AiHtrtnvhti
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