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foe WiltMtix j&zxbz WxqI& jpitrsfotaj fpsmrogn ftiltj 10, 189Da
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours430
cattle, 1,638 hogs, 45 horses, 12 sheep.
The cattle receipts consisted mostly of
stockers and feeders -which are going
into the country and were not offered
for sale here. Trading in the cattle de
partment was the lightest for months
as there were very few cattle offered.
There is no improvement either in price
or demand and the market is slow and
draggy on all grades. Hog receipts
fully up to expectations. Market open
ed about steady at yesterday's ruling
price, $3.55, and nearly all oi the pack
ing grades sold at that money. The
close on eastern markets noted a de
cline and a few loads which arrived
late sold at $3.52 1-2. Mexico's bulk
sold sold at $3.50, highest $3,52 1-2,
lowest $3.45. The close was steady.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Kaa July 9.
Receipts 430. Shipments none.
There Is no cttanse In tho cattle market which con
tinues as weak as a market possibly can, and all
grades seem to suffer. There Is some little demand
lor good to choice butchers' cows and hollers, com
mon and poor btuff almost unsaleable. -So demand
at all for stockers and feeders. Very few cattlo
offered Tor sale, in Tact trading in that department
was the lightest for several months.
Native hhlppinc steers. Rood to extra... ?3 75 3 00
Good to extra native butcher steers, HOOS
12C01bs 3 3) 2
Good butchers steers. 80010W 3 2j OS 40
Native feeding steers '-" 33 00
Native stockers - o0 fe2 70
Choice cows and heifers - 22.i (82 o
Fairto good cows and heifers 2 00 2 20
Bulls and stags 150 02 00
Fat yearling 2 jjO 2
Good yearlinjis 2 Z &l M
Gras cows 1 "J 1 ?
Canners 1 2o stl .0
Poorer grades and scallawass. 100 Gsl -o
Veal calves 4 U) 7 UJ
The supply was quite ll'ieral and everything sold.
The market opened alwut steady at yesterday's ml
ltu; price, $3.Jm for ood packing grades and the bulk
of the day's business was done on that basis. After
noon reports from eastern markets noted a weaker
feeling and in some cases a decline of 2Hoc and
five lods which were on the late market sold at
5352. Mexico was a strong buyer on heavy hogs,
paying $3.50 for tho bulk of his purchases and $3,o2Ja
top. Tho market closed steady at tho decline.
The following are the representative salso of hogs
i.t the yards today:
No. Docir. AVETtAGE. rmcE
f.7 1(10 2.T0 3 55
75 HI 226 355
K) 100 225 3 55
75 .... 22fi 3."o
71 " 40 205 3 05
f,S 40 232 3.V.
R! 40 201 3 .V.
71 40 2K 3 55
;; 40 211 3 55
4S .... 2.57 3 55
(T. 40 200 3 .i
.17 40 242 3 55
T4 40 20u 3 55
fit 80 222 3 55
.10 204 3 55
;; .... 237 3.15
7S .... 211 3 52W
.-i7 .... 20 3 52!
X) 40 220 8 52J6
TS Mil . 352M
(K .... 211 352
SO .... IKK 3 52
12 40 300 3.11
it; ai 4io 3.10
i gel 345 3 511
22 40 Sit 3 50
i 411 S72 3 50
11 40 377 3 50
12 120 353 3 M
IS 120 372 3 50
3 .... MO 34.i
1 .... 4U5 S 45
There were a few head of mutton sheep on the
market which sold to a local butcher at MG3 per
hundred. Good stock sheop In actlvo demand.
Good mutton sheep. SOaiOO 8 HVSM 00
Good stock ewes. 75. v 3 2o(i.lo0
Good stock, wethers. 7585 003.1 50
Good to extra lambs M&l M
Wichita Ilorso and JIule Market.
WicrtlTA. Kan.. July 9.
Trallng was quiet again today as there was very
little stock offered. The demand is rather active on
all grades. Prices steady at quotations.
Extra draft horses 51S OOSJIM 00
Good draft horses 1U1UU1U 00
Extra drivers llSv- I!
Good drivers 3 STT JS
Extra strceters - & OOailU 00
Good streeters ' 00
Oreeon A11O3 50U0
pig 25 .10 50 (10
Mules. 14 hands f J) 75 (X)
Mules, 14H hands - M (m
Mules. 151 hands - , JSf j
Mules, Heavy. 101C nands 3-i UMJlu 00
Cattle slow sale.
Hog market active, closed 2)4 lower.
Good demand for stock sheep.
Mexico was on deck for all the heavy
"Wliittaker purchased 1,043 hogs, Dold445,
and Mexico 150 bogs today.
V. A. Catou, Peabody, sent in a car of
W. R. Savage, "Wellington, had in a car
Knoblauch Bros., Colwich, marketed a
car of hogs.
J. M. Pirtlc, El Dorado, was in with a
car of hogs.
H. Mills, Newton, pent in a car of hogs.
Cox & McHenry, New Salem, had iu a
car of hogs.
T. B. Gilliland sent in a car of hogs from
Col. E. Ncff, Arkansas City, marketed
Li. M. McCrocklin, Derby, sent in a car of
Adam Hufbauer came in from Mulvano
with a car of hogs.
J. B. Kell had a car of hogs on tho mar
ket from Peck.
W. T. Cowherd, Cadwell, marketed
George Friend, Cicero, was on tho mar
ket witli a car of hogs.
.1. F. Salmans, Calista, had hogs at tho
Homer & Roberts, Kingman, sent in a
car of hogs.
Fowler & Yoeman came in from Julia
with a ear of hogs.
LITE STOCK MAEKET.
ST. 1OUiS. Mo.. July a-CATTLE.- Receipts,
UritY shipments 2S0O. Market steady. Native
Mee'rsiS S084 l. stockers ami feeders $3 2rtj 40;
Texan and Indians J2 15 40. HOGS-Ke-
ceipts 4000; shipments POO. Market lower, r au
to choice heavy $3755 50: packing grades $3 70
faVsk SHEEP-Keceipts;30l. shipments 2000. Mar
ket strong. Fair to choice $3 7x4 0Q.
KanssCiTT Mo.. July !. CATTLE Receipts
4550: "shipments 2rVO. Market steady to 10c lower.
Steers $S 25 rf 4 ah . cows. SI 5X3 0 Rockers
and feeders. J2ftxs:3r,0. range steers. J.ftVii ''.
range cows; 1 ,KU2 0 .. HOGS-Heceipts lilftl snlp-menus.--?
Market steady. Bulk f;09y3 72,4. all
craVle fS C7M,3 70. SHKEl'-Hecelpts AX), shlp
MtentsAXU Market steady. acUve.Go.vl to choice
muttons J4 254 50; lambs 55 U.V5 50: stockers and
eeders J-o 00i3 25.
CnicAco 11U July 9. - r.VTTI.E - Receipts
16.000 shipments 3XU Market slow and weaker.
Bee $W SO: steers a 4ft4 Mockers and
fw.rs. 2 25(S3 40: cows, bull and mixed Jl Zi
TfoTlcxaTtteeirV. Jl Uf3 50., HOGS-Hece pUs
Sal); shipments 0X0. Market slow .heavy 10c lmy
er light 5c lower... Mixed f 3 7023 TJ
:! 97H: ltRht. t3 7534 ft skips fj l.3. 50. fcHEEP
-Receipts TlMl; shipment HX. Market stead-,
Natives i t-3 3 10; Texans 13 251 70; lambs f5 00
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita. Kan, Jnly 9.
The receipts of praln of all kinds was licht today.
The market continues active awl firm on wheat and
corn. Some inquiry for oats. Prices unchanged.
Receipts for 24 hours 5.500 bu. corn: fiX) bu,
wheat. 2000 bu oats.
ORAIN Car lots on track: ---
WHEA.T-Good mllllmr. old anil new, (570
other grades, 00c and donTX. ,.,
CORN No 3 or better 22a2oC, white 244253.
ItVK-Xo S. or better 23c
H.VY $ 50 per ton In car lots. ,,
GROUND CORN Chop ia car lots Soc per 100 lbs
Wichita Provision Market.
There Is no particular chance in the market. Pack
ers arc booking larce orders dally for their pro.iuets
and each day shipments of Foveral car loads are
SCGAR CURED MEATS CauTass or plain hams
SOlbsand tip 9llMc,hamsl820nsllc.hajrw me
dium and np 103.12c. nams small size 10312 lbs lDa
IZHc, California picnic ham 7M7)c, breakfast hacou
(full width or strips) SSlOc, dried beef-ham (uxtra
dry) 9J 10c, smoked beef tongues per doz. $350, cot
tace or boneles hams 8Sc, New Yorkshouldera C
6Wc, California bacon 67Kc Tennessee bacon.eji'c
rolled shoulders boneless 8c.
SIDE .MEATS Short clear side packed fdiT salt,
J5 455 75 per 100 lbs, clear flitches 6c, Enplisb bel
lies Cc. long clear sides So 305 Saehoulders 5C54,
clear backs fc5 45S6 00per 100 lbs. Ions clear hacon
15 85&0 12ik cwt, shortclear bacon f5 45r 37M. clear
bacon backs f6 0056 62J& bacon flitches t 00Q 624
bacon shoulders 5 62.
SAUSAGE Fresh pork sansape No 1 ffiif- iresh
pork saueace (extras) 7c, Vienna and and FranK
fnrtlOc. head cheese 6c bolosmas rounds 4W35c.
bolognas middles 45c nicklcs lxjlocna 4H5c
tonsue sauaaffe 5c, liver sausage 5c, blood puddle e 6c.
LARD Basis Tc's. choice family Cc. baker's sie
clal 6sc. pure leaf 7c, Whittoker's atar GJf c Whltta
kcr's pastry OMc.
FRESH MEATS-REEF Sides or whole carcasses
56Mc hind quarters 6i37)ac, fore quarters S?4c
loin's 3l0c PORK Pork loins Gc. tender loins 9c,
spare ribs 5c. back bones 2c
PREPARED PICKLED GOODS Pig's feet put in
halves and spiced. Quarter bbl. 40 lbs. 1 2a kltts. 15
lbs. 75c Pickled and spiced pig's tongue Kitts. 15
lbs. $175. Tripe, pickled and splced-iuicrter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 30, kitts. k lbs. OJc
Wichita Produce JHariet.
Wichita. Kan.. July 9.
There is a scarcity of new potatoes and prices firm
Eggs are offered quite freely and steady.
Good butter in fair supply and in active demand.
POTATOES Kansas GOc per bushel, northern 70c
new. P0c?S1 00 per busheL
C AMBAGES New 2c
ONION'S New ?1 00 per bushel.
PIE PLANT lKc per lb.
LETTUCE 2c per lb.
RADISHES 5c per doz. bunches.
ASPARAGUS 15c per doz. bunches.
SPRING ONION'S 10c doz bunches.
PARSLEY 15c doz bunches.
EGGS 'iViio per doz.
BUTTER Fancy creamery 14c choice creamery
13c choice butter 12Jc. fair lOc.coOkini; butter 8c
CHEESE Eastern full cream 13s. half cream 11
12c skim S3.9c limburger 12!4311c brick 15&16. full
cream Swiss lfVaiGc.
CHICKEN'S Live hens 535Jc per lb roosters 33.
3sc; spring, 10c
Wichita Wholesale Fruit Market.
Wichita. Kan, Jnly 9.
Berries are comlnc In rather slowly and prices
firm. Oranges in fair supply and market strong.
Lemons a little scarce and active.
Bananas In good supply and demand fairly active,
ORANGES California Mediterranean sweet
J4 5!95 00 per box. Messina fo 503.G 1)0 per box. Im
perial ?5 50 per box. San Dle?o 4 75 per box.
Rodl. fancy, J 4 00&1 50 per H box.
LEMONS Messina per box. S(Xst950.
RASPBERRIES-?'.! 0042 50 per crate.
BLACKBERRIES $2 003.2 SO per crate.
PINE APPLES None in market.
APPLES New. $1 perbu.
PEACHES-SI 001 25 perbu.
BANANAS 12 (X) & fi 00 per bunch, fane j 53 50 per
FIGS Layers 15318c per lb H oval boxes J350
3 75 per 105.
DATES Persian 00 lb boxes, E&&0c per lb. Fard,
1214 lb boxes. 12!c per lb.
HONEY California, 1 lb frames. 17lSc perlb.
Wichita Flour Market.
Wichita. Kan., July 9.
The demand for flour from both city and country
trade continues very lisht- Prices steady.
Best patent, per cwt standard price ,..?2 00
Second patent , 2 SO
Extra fancy 2 10
ShlpstufT, bulk 45
Bran - 40
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita. Kan- July 9.
Only a fair business is being done. City retailers
do a little sorting up daily and some orders are com
ing in from the country. Prices steady at quota
tions. SOLE LEATIIER-TSlaughterJ 29S31C B. A. 27
29c. good damage 212.c
HARNESS Acorn oak 37c. No 1 oak 34c. L. II. 32c
Union 30c. Hemlock 27c
CALF-Doniestlc05c$l 00. French fl 003.1 50.
CUT HALF SOLES Extra heavy 3 50. heavy
o 00, medium 52 50, light $1 25S1 75.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
Wichita, Kan., July 9.
There Is vervllttlo life in tho trade at present
nides In light demand and prices barely steady.
HIDES No 1 green 3Jlc per lb. No 2 green 3Mper
lb. No 1 green salt 4Ic, No 2 green salt 3Mc,dry hides.
57Jc per lb, bulls and stags 2Jc
TALLOW No 1. Vc per lb. No 2 2)$c
SHEEP PELTS-oO875c each.
Wichita Wool Market.
Wichita. Kan.. July 9.
No change in the wool market which rules weak
Bright condition Bright medium ltc, heavy me
dium 12c. light line 12c. heavy fine 10c
Earthy conditions Medium lie Hue S10c, coarso
9llc, Mexican select grades 1012c, coarse and
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPR
New York Money.
New Yonir. July 9.
Money on call easy, ranging from 3 to 5 percent,
last loan 3. closed offered at 2.
Prime mercantile paper Gi7
Sterling exchange fairly active, firm at $4 S4J
for CO day bills and $1 SSJij for demand.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
CniCAGO. 111. Julv 9. In wheat there was only a
light trade today, and tho market ruled steady with
a lower range of prices.
Corn was traded in to a fair extent, changes being
within c ra-nge. tho trading being a little unset
tled but prices on the wholo range averaged higher.
In oats thero as a general evening up of trades.
Price changes were confined to J-fc range.
in mess pork prices rather favored buyers.
In lard prices declined 2c early, liroko 2j5c
and the market closed steady at outsldo figures.
In short ribs prices ruled about 2Jc lower early in
the day hut rallied again later, though closad com
Tho leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT July S7?c, August S9c, September S0T5.
CORN July :ttc. August :ic, September 37-c
OATS Julv 2Sc. August 27Jic September 27Xc.
PORK July 12 15; August til 70; September
LARD-July f5 77J& August fo 87& September
SHORT RIBS July ?5 10 August $5 15;
September $5 25.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm, unchanged.
WHEAT No 2 spring. SST-c; red, S7(?SSc
CORN No. 2, 3S&C
TIMOTHY-J1 331 85.
LARD-J5 77!j5 SO.
SHORT RIBS Sides T5 10.7.5 20.
SHOULDERS Dry salted K 2053 25.
SHORT CLEAR SJDES-5 4535 50.
WHISKY ?1 OH.
SUGAR-Cutloaf 7JiHc; granulatel CJfc; stand
ard A G?'c
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 12.000 121,000
Corn KUttJO ,-J14.(XX)
Oats 113.000 22S.00O
finest creamery 1415c fine 12Jsl.Hc flnest
dairy, 10llc. lino tVS.'-c
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City. Ma, July a.
The Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX. fi5c; XXX 75c; family Jl 05; cholco
ft 40: fancy Jl 70; extra, fancy f 1 EOS.1 S3- iwteut
J2 10 2 15.
WHEAT-About steady. No. 2 hard cash ..c
bid. no offerings; July 77c bid, 77Hc asked; No. 2 red
cash 794c bid, SOHic asked.
CORN Stronger. No. 2 cash 31J.JC bid, no offer
ings; July 32c bid, no offerings. ...,,,
OATS Strong. No. 2 cash 27c bid, 27Joc asked;
July 20$2i?sc . ... i
RYE Stronger. No 2 cash no bids, no offerings.
EGGS Stnadv, fresh 10c
CORN" MEAL 55c
BRAN 4Sc. , , ,..----.
HA Y Stronger. Fancy prairie, old fc 50 00;
new Jti 50.
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common Jo &;
refined J3 7a
BUTTER-Creamery 13I6c dairy !3Sc; store
packed CfttlOc ,,, - .
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins Millie: West
ern S.9c Young America lOllc. .-klmmed 465.
LIVE POULTRY Firm, good demand. Choice
hens J3 OXS3 25: small fat J2 3' 75; roostersJ2 OJ
2 50. spring chickens Jl 25.2 U).
BREAKFAST BACON-IS 50.
DRIED BEEF-J7 50.
DRIED SALT ME.VTS Short clear sides 15 00;
drv Ions clear J6 OJ: shoulders J5 50. .
SMOKED .MEATS Long clear Jo t shoulders
JO OJ: short clear sides Id 50l
LAltD-Reflned. ?7 25.
St. Louis Prodnce.
St. Lons. Mc. July 9.
WHEAT Higher. Cvsh SSXc; August S7H'c;
Septemler SJHc. ,. .
CORN-Ixjwer. Cash "SS-c, August JSJc Sep
tember S6Hc. ... .
OATS-Firm. Cash, 234c bid; August 2S-Vc
1'ORK-Dull. Cash fll ."0.
IARD Nominal at to 12.
(With A. D. MaUoryJ
Aliatraoter, 0onTeyanc4ir & 3Totarj Pablic
Fine dranghtlnr a peclalty. Complete abstracts
toanylaadlnSeSfTWlckcoontT. Room 216 Sedg-n-iclc
block. Can be found durtsr besiaess hours xi
county building. M-
ALL MALLOWS A.CAJMEMY,
Board and tattlon, per annum. 1150. AddreiL
Sister Superior, Sisters of Charity, B. . il. Ii5-ti
M. C. CAMPBELL.
JT.O.DA'wmsos'.Presr. C i.WAErzis,"V. B.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PATD UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
Largest Paid T7p Capital of &n7 Bank In tho SUU
Shippers of live Stoct can save "both.
time and money "by doingtheir
"business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faiillcncr, Cashier
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
THOa. C. WIL60X,
Jos. A. Br.OBjk.cnEu.
WJCLSO& & BRTTBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. U. dlC5-tr
W. P. CAOTBELt. JAS. L. DYEIt.
Attornsys at Law, Wlcqlta, Kan. 106tf
U. C. Slcss. w. E. Stanley.
SLUSS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J. R. HjiLLOWEIX,
Late. U. S. Attorney.
J. E. Hume.
HALLOWELL & HUME.
Lawyers. 112 N. JIain Stroet. Wichita, Kansas.
A. P. RonitnAtroin wTll. RArcnT"
ROHRBA UGH 0 RATJCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United States and
Canada. JNo. 147 3Ialn SU, Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2, and G 2C3 N. Main St., Wichita,
JOUNW. ADAMS. O.W.ADAMS.
ADAMS & ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Ofilce. first stairway east of the
Wichita National Bank. HC-tf
j. ai. pniLLirs. s. E.rnitups.
rniLLirs c tjttllips,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College,
members of tho Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo arc prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requlrlns: special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. Wo use an operatius tablo
insteud of throwing horses.
Ofilce, 111 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephono
XL. E. HAMILTON, M. J).
Specialties: Diseases of ths
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting glasses.
Oflice 127 N. Market street,
Israel &. Myers block.
BR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
OFFICE: I KESIDENCE:
S51 East Douglas Ave. 1 1213 North Market Street.
Professional CUs Attended Promptly. 63t
XJ?. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dlsenscs'a spreclalty. Houjo
for Ladles during confinement. Strictly private
when so desired. Letters of Inquiry confidential
aud answored Immediately on receipt of same.
Home, HI South Ida avo. Wichita. Kan. 14J-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hours 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to i p. m. Sunday, 9 to
10-.30. Room IS, Fechhcimer Building.
E. Y. MJJNSELL, M. X.
Eve. Ear. Nose. Throat and
Catarrh. Rooms 13 and 15
205 North Main street.
Residence. 1200 South Em
C. W. TERRY,
ArcWtect and Superintendent.. Rooms 16 and 11
Bitting block. Wichita, Kansas
W. R. MoFHERSON,
Arohlteot. Room 13, No. 200 North Main Street,
Wichita, Kansas. HT-tf
W. T. PROtTDrOOT. O. W. JURD.
FROUDFOOT C BTJiB,
Architects and Superintendent, onice in Feoh
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and styles
He also carries the finest assortment of plcturo
frames in the city. Give him a friendly call and
BR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. OOce
IIS East Douglas avenue over Paul Jones & Co.'s
drug store. Wichita. Kansas. 151-tf
BR. E. H. CREDITOR.
DentUt. Office 14 N. Main over Smith Stover';.
Vltallrod air admlnlstared. Residence 623 N. To
pek avenue. Wichita. Kansas. Sl-tf
Full sets of teeth 15, tS and $10;
Gold Fillings Jl and up; Silver 75c;
Extracting with ccicalne 50c Wo
BOYD'S DENTAL ROOMS.
Db. T. F. Born. Dr. J. A. Roixcn'bisrger.
Hi East Douglas Avenne. WJ
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Fred W. ISRArt, R, C. Israel
REAIj estate ad rexts.
Such bargains as we can now offer In Wichita
propertv and edgwick county farm lands were
n ever offered b fore. 5lone carefully invented for
non-residents and their Wichita interests properly
and faithfully carl for. If yoa want to bay yoa
will s.we monev bv l:tlng vour wants with us.
Ofnce 2d floor. 125 North Market. Israel bnilding.
Reference Wichita aU0Ilal Bank. dlS-tf
National Educational Association. St. PitO.
Minn.. July 4th to 11th.
For the above named occasion the in
sonri Pacific railway oilers a ra;e oi one
lowest first class tariff fare for the round
trip, plus $2 membership fee. These tick
ets will be on sale on July 1st to 7th, in
clusive, with final return limit of Septem
ber 30th. Persoas wishing to visit the
northern lakes durinc the heated term can
avail themselves of this rare opportunity
of obtaining cheap rates to St. Paul where
arrangements have been made for reduced
rates to other points. For further informa
tion apply at ticket office. Xo. 1ST North
Main, or depot, corner Second and "Wichita
street. E. E. Bleckley,
27 tf Pass, and Ticket Agt., Z37 . Main
ELDRID6E & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas,
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank, Kansas Nat'l Bank.
R. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
ilVE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MERCHANTS
Missouri pacttic n. r.
I .ARRIVE LEAVE
Fort Scott. Kansas City, St.
iuuis uau easiera 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
Hutchj, Kanapolis, Pueblo
10 40AM 730AM
U35A3I 20 PM
All trains run dally.
Tlpnnt SJprnnrt flnrl VVlrhlt.l strTc. tinlrnt nnA Vr?
North Main street. E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
NEW TIME TABLE CHICAGO, ROCK 1SLANB Si
("Great Rock Island Route."!
In effect on and after July e. 1S33.
t ARRIVE I LEAVE
GOING NORTH AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago. Through
Mail and ex. daily
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. (2 Accommodation,
daily except Sunday
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Lonls
and Chicago ex. daily
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail
and ex. dally
No. CI Accommodation, dally
11 So Ail
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 ofnce 103 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 199.
C. A. RrinEKFORn, Ticket Agent.
Jxo. Sebastian, G. T. & P. A.. Chicago, 111.
ST. LOUIS 4- SAN FRANCISCO R. IU
I ARRIVE LEAVE
Uoing West, pass (to Ells-
Going west, pass, (stops at
Going East, passenger.
Going East, passenger
Going West to Burrton
10 40 p M
2 Zi P M
City Union Ticket office. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA Jfc WESTERN R. R.
Going West, pass, (dally)
Going West, freight ,
Going East, pass
Going East, freight.
D. H. Rhodes, Freight & Pass. Agu 122 N. Main
Supt., cor. 4th and Douglas.
Fnion Ticket oflico 122 North Main street, and at
fuion Depot, Douglas avenue, W. D. Murdock.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE R. R.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
NORTH AND EAST.
Colorado and California ex
press Chicago express
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma & Panhandle ex
4 05 P m
4 05 P M
7 (10 p M
4 10 P M
12 40 PM
4 10 P M
4 10 P l
City Union Ticket office 122 North Main street.aud
Union Depot, Duglas avenue.
LIKE POETS BORN, NOT MADE.
There tho Similarity Euls Men of Ex
pedients In Business.
"I have been reading with considerable
interest," said a Xevr Yorker yesterday,
"the discussion that has been presented in
tho columns o Tho Tribune on the advan
tages or disadvantages which a college edu
cation confers upon a young man who has
his ovrn way to make in tlje world. Leav
ing aside for tho timo being the fact that
far too many people think that success in
1 if o means either great wealth or distinction
(second rate results, both, and not to bo
compared to culture of the mind and to
health), let mo say that of all the traits
with which a man can be endowed, none
will be so helpful to him in any walk of
life as that of being ready with expedients,
of being prepared for the emergency. You
hear plenty of men who have tho averago
amount of intellect and education grum
bling that they never get a chance to suc
cel and envying those vr ho do. The truth
is that they have not that instinct which
sees opportunities to enter where others see
only an insurmountable wall of difficulty.
"Tako tho case of B. T. Babbitt, who died
the other day a millionaire several times
over. He began life as a blacksmith's ap
prentice, and devoted the best of his days
and the best product of his brain to mak
ing soap not an exceedingly lofty calling,
but ho mado a colossal success at it whero
a great many others failed, and just be
cause he was a man of almost inoxhausti
blo expedient, "WTionever a rival came too
near him in the raco Mr. Babbitt used to
sit right down and think out somo new bit
of machinery which would turn out the
work a little cheaper than the old ono, and
then he would go to work and build it.
" 'Ah,' you say, 'he waa an inventor1
few men hayo tho gift of invention.'
"Invention, my friend, is only another
word for expedient. It's the same faculty,
whether expressed in a new machine, or a
now way to 'bear' stocks, or a now way to
advertise patent medicine. It's often amus
ing to hear men who have not got this fac
ulty, men who could not be pushed into
making money in any but the old beaten
paths, speak with anger and suspicion of
tho success of others. There is something
positively dishonest to these men in the
extraordinary adaptability cf thoscotbers,
and the power of turuinsr.into gold oppor
tunities which aro absolutely invisible to
most men seems wizardiike and nnholy.
"It always has been so, no doubt, and
probably always will be. Countless men
have striven for wealth in this city since
tho days of the first John Jacob Astor un
til now. They were ready to take anv and
every chance, honest or dishonest, to amass
fortune, and have been unable to do so:
so they have solaced themselves somewhat
by carping at others, who, with the same
advantages, or less, thesatne opportunities,
honest and dishonest, "have steadily reaped
their thousands and tsns of thousands in
tho same fields whero.others could find only
tho stubble of bare livelihood.
"To "be able to see anything from all
sides at once, in fact to be fertile and ex
pedient, is the master secret to fortune and
to distinction, if that is what a man sets :
out to win. It is not imparted byn edu- :
cation, either at the college-or in the shop, j
but is born in certain mdAriduali and not
in others Of course few people are born i
without any of it, and X think tho proper I
kind of education might be evolved to de
velop the embryo that lurks in most-cf us;
hut after alL this idea b a good desl like
the discussion over the best kind of food
for brain workers. As same crsver fellow
has said, the very best thing for a brain
worker is brains, and plenty of thezn.' "
New York Tribune.
At Ingwlotrs Hired-2Taa.
All hired men aro ingenious, only come
ore more so than, others.
One day a gentleman sent John, his
coachman, milkmaid and boiiio washer,
to the neighboring TSlage for f&ry cents
worth cf two cant stamps. After the usual i
time say thrc hours bad elapsed John
rctrirned&oraMs,traapotwo miles. His '
face wore a self satisfied loot when he came j
into his einployerpi tatiaeev
"Get tho stamps,. John'F'
"Yes, "tho.manrepiied, handing orcr j
"I EaJd-twaccsfcatsaag, rfohn, asd you've
"Yea, rirena fae eMawJimsT.
p. V fm frOy- ggtfi. V I ' r-"' O-
tno postmaster, says ne, "one cam; or two
cent?' 'Do you sell one cent stamps ?E3ys
I. 'Yes,' ssys he. 'WelL says 3, if yer
can buy stamps for a cent what's the use
of payin' two?' an' I bought the one cent
Of course John's master was charmed
with his thrift. Pittsburg Dispatch.
Fees of Russian Physicians.
The comparatively few Russian physi
cians who have attained a conspicuous rep
utation in their pwn country are paid even
more handsomely than are many of the
leading members of the British faculty. A
wealthy local notability at Odessa, Air. P.
S. Ralli, was operated, upon, for abscess in
the hip by Dr. Sklifassdfsky, of St. Peters
burg. The operation was successfully per
formed within twenty minutes. The fee
demanded endpaid was 11,000 rubles, equiv
alent to 1222. Incidentally a lady arailed
herself of Dr. Sklifassofsfcy's visit to Odessa
to have an operation performed for cancer,
for which sho paid the operator2,000 rubles,
or figffi. And yet there are very many hard
working, conscientious and skillful young
practitioners busily engaged among tho
poorer classes of the populous provincial
centers in Hussia whose yearly income does
notexceed 600 or TOO rubles. Londonews.
How 3few York Cabmen Are Used.
All the effects of the former movement
for cheap prices have disappeared, and the
hockmen today arc more outrageous in
their charges than they were four or five
years ago. Ono Saturday night there was
a row in front of the Hoffmart houso be
cause an Englishman, who h.i just landed
from a Cunarder, refused to pay$8foracab
which had carried him from the pier to the
hotel. Ho said he was willing to pay $4,
but he would not pay $6. About this time
a porter interfered, gave the cabman 1.50,
cuffed him over tho ears, and. thus gave the
tourist an insight into tho manner In which
cabmen are occasionally managed in the
metropolis of tho western hemisphere. Ex
change. The Lion Bridge of China.
Q ne of the largest bridges in the world
is the "Lion bridge" in China. This spans
an arm of the Yellow sea, which roaches
far into the interior near the city of San
gang, and has a length of 4.85 miles. It
was built by order of tho Emperor Kieng
Long, who abdicated the throne in 1796 on
account of old age. The roadway lies 72
feet above the sea level and is guarded" by
iron railings, the structure being carried
by 300 large stone arches. It takes its
name from tho fact that a hugo stone lion,
twonty-one feet long, is placed lupon each
pier, tho lions being cut from single pieces
of marble. Tho Chinese call it the "Won
der of tho. "World." Exchange.
The Arab Dominion In Africa.
But the problem of Arab dominion ia
not on the coast at all, but in the interior
of Africa. On the coast the European
states can make their influence felt, but
it extends no further than a narrow strip
of land, beyond which barbarism reigns
supreme. And here wo arrive at one of
the most remarkable phenomena of the
age in which wo live and the plnnet we
inhabit. The aboriginal inhabitants of
Central Africa are savages, sunk in hea
thenism, afflicted by tho evils and weak
nesses of savage life, and perhaps inferior
in mental and physical vigor to tho
stronger races of mankind.
Over them has passed, like n tempest
from the east, a horde of men of another
and a stronger race, which marks them
out for slavery and destruction. The
Arab invasion of Africa is characterized
in every part to which Europeans have
penetrated by desperate valor in arms,
by an utter indifference to human life,
and, above all, by an enthusiastic and
fanatical belief in the faith of Islam.
They remind us of those ardent fol
lowers of the prophet who, in tho first
ages of Mohammedanism, bore his blood
stained standard and his intolerant creed
from Spain to tho confines of China, and
wellnigh overthrew tho faith and civili
zation of the ancient world. Indeed, if
we are not mistaken, they are the same
men the living inheritors of tho pas
sions, the valor and tho faith of the sol
diers of Mohammed.
Before the strength of the Christian
states they are now reluctantly compelled
to bow; but over the unarmed and untu
tored native races of Africa they are su
preme. Accordingly, what we are now
witnessing in Africa, since it has been
partially opened to our view, is an amaz
ing recrudescence and fermentation of
Mohammedan power. On the Congo it
is not the native population, but the
bloodthirsty Arab slave dealers, who op
pose the progress of civilization; the na
tives ask for protection from these for
On tho Nile the fierce chiefs of this
new warfare have made Khartoum a
6cat of power and authority over tho
neighboring tribes, for since the over
throw of the Egyptian government in
the south they are masters of tho Sou
dan. Tho capture of that important po
sition, and the defeat and death of the
heroic champion of civilization who per
ished there, were much greater events
than they even seemed to-be at the time
they occurred; for they established a
power, whether it was that of the Mahdi
or any other name, which commands the
interior and the river. Edinburgh Re
view. Fasbdonablo FollIe.
New York dinnergivers who are strain
ing after novelty have given some unique
entertainments. Onof these wajra.coach
ing dinner. The dinner tab)c was in the
form, of a coach wheel, nearly fifteen feet
in diameter, with spokes of ribbon and a
brass hub which concealed, an enormous
electric light. The decorations were ell of
a fashion that sugsetcd coaching, and the
menu was constructed with & similar
leaning toward that particular form of
sport. Another dinner which was given
by a prominent yachtsman taxed the in
ventive genius of a rival caterer. Tbester
ttrd gained accesa to his host's yacht in
time to get lota of odd and ends from the
pilot house and cabin in the way of tele
scopes, marine glasses, coraposacs, belli
snd bo on, and tbey wicre all arranged with
a due regard for the nautical character of
tho gucsCa. Canvas ship chairs were ued
around the table, which was la the some
what unusual form of a rudder, with &
beautifel arrayof bottles in en imposing
line on the tiller handle. Xew York Let-
3Ill for a Crave.
There was received-et the pc&toulce on
the morning of one ileaiorud day & wreath
of flowers that hid. come b? mall some dis
tance. The tag bore ths roqeiafca amount
of postag st&mps and the addrest, "To tie
grave of John. Smith, Bowers, X. Y." It
Is a very unastal thing to receive a parcel
addresaed to a dead aan.or hi raveac
tha "rnW naturally were puriled-co know
what to do with the wreath. 1hryhad no
precedent to so by.scvafter due delibera
tion, a pobtraaa was cat cat with tbe
wreath. Acccispacferi by a seccad-eQcial.
who could affirm, if teaua!aAroc, that the
parcel had bws tendsrsd. he tsarcaed to
the grsseaTsa.wjuftei srraus to seeu a j
claixaxms-fortts TCw25fwou2a come. Xo I
cna appeared, ot csvr&ca&cxL a the? were J
not authorised tolepe irsua rctcraad
to tho office, The-rreti?ai spresomabiy
o o A o o
fy L A
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The folloiricj: rates wulec ta dlflereat neadtnc
will b cbarsL
SSTPayable Strictly hi Advance.
Ko tdYcrtlsements taken for leas thaa 10 ceat.
Use line aJttnUeaieuta caarcd sane rale ax two
KO ArrS33tTISEMT3TS TAKEN' "TO RCN' UN
TIL FORBIDUEK.- Jt . , ,
Prices erron under claarfCrf fceas in taig commit
nplloafcFe oaly to load utrertlstaaeaia. No foreign
adTCTtljesacau taken a prices circa.
Ansirers to ndrertSceEteirts seat In care ai the
Eagle oOco ihochl b called for within. Uiai
aStxT Insertion. When advertisers -wish reply tor
warded to tnein taiped cnTelcpca ntt be nt.
Bcfeivnce to formr.- adverjisaea saoald glrr
description and datr ef tasmioa or copy of tie ad
vertisement shcrolJ he wnt.
Not responsible! for advertisements ciea or dis
continued br telejionc
WANTED FEMALE HELF.
L'nder this head 2c per line per day.
AVANTKD-WHITE GIRL TO DO COOKING;
cood wases. Call at dining hall corner of
Second and Wichita.
YlfANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOL'SR-
work; small family, no w.hlng or Iron Ins.
Inquire at SCI North Topcka, at once.
1VANTED A GOOrTGIRL FOR GENERAL
T houeworw; must be a Rood coolc; family oC
three. Applv at 1106 North Lawrenco avenue. Mrs.
M. J. Oliver." 12
. v.t. .r.,.. -rn TVt7TT !in!CP
work-family of three. Apply at ofllceJ. U.
Houston. 8-11 Fechhelmer blfc. dll-fir
Lti tin dressses.
rANTED-AT WICHITA. OVERALL FACTO.
ry. four or live coot! operators . tu-
SITUATIONS FEMA LB.
Under this head lc per lino per day.
WANTED-HY A YOUNG LADY. WORK IN A
private family for board while attending
school. Call at otneo of southwestern llualue col
M iscella ti eons.
A YOUNG LADY DEFIES SITUATION IN
hotel, or to do family tewlnc- Have had Hvo
yeurs experience. Address A. K. E., thbt ofit-
DRESSMA KIN G.
Under this Head 2c per Hue per day.
WANTED MA LB HELL
Under this heAd 2c per lino per day.
r ANTED-A GOOD 1UU11ER ( WHITE AT
T once. Wae tl'l per week: no .Sunday work.
Addro-, John'Dohrer, .Medlclnt Lodge, Kan. ti tr
WANTED-AT ONCE. AT ST. JAMES HOTEL.
t Wlnnrld, Kan., n pood, sober and lnduHrlou
cook;ono who understands meat and lustry cowktng.
XTT-A'TEH-AGOOD 11LACKSMITH. CALL ON
W or address L. A. Jonee, general blacksmith
and wood worker, Atllca, Kunwit. diB lw
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
Y"ANTED-A COMPETENT llOOK-KEEl'KK
? and stenographer. Mnsl alwi lx) a ko1 pen
man. Address, C. V gonural delivery, Wichita.
Kan. d 12.
Undor this hend lc per lino per day.
"WANTED-A SITUATION II Y A PRACTICAL
roller miller, liest of reference If ramtirvd.
Address "Miller," Eagle otaee. d 4-0f
-r ANTEDA PIT RY A NO. 1 MILLKR. AD
? dr8, W. 15. Simons, 217 Muthewton .,
Wichita. Kan. dl8f
TrANTED-A POSITION, AUGUST L MY GOOD
book keeper and general acrwantitM. H
wide AC'iaulntanco in the city. AddruM C, core
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Miscella n cons.
Under this head 2c per line ptrdny.
A fl ' VTC If .1 VV " 1 1
Under this hedc per line per day.
tT ANTED AOKNTS-IN EXEKY CITY. TOWN
TT and Tillage in the United State iixcpt In
state of Kan to lake subscription. 1'MUiMfn
tan make money. No tapttaa rerulrwl. t&atnjria
copies free. Caith comnilMions; mamif (n teituMlw
b u-fUintr up cinbs. Addre Ute ttlclut Eci.
W tcblta, Kan. '.i-U
WANTED -TWO KTKNIKHEO HOOM8 KOH
licbt huasktf pins. Addr4 X. K. H. Rt
ANTED-FAMILY 8HWIXO TO DO. CAN
clve the be of reference. CaU r vUkfm.
room VI. No. T Exu DoaffU. a
ANTED-ALL SOLDIERS TO CALL ON
their old etmrad in araa. ( aetata Jnfai H.
Ah.over IU Sortfe XarV, and mi. apaieMtaa
for pnMio. br hmn years Wf exjtrVa" In kwA
mim. bis advlr. aa u yrttT rlalaw will h- ef lacKlca
taMcralnelAroa. MriarUn aad nxpmit. hn
fully prwp.ard to aUd Ut all tootitoMnt jam oy
bav ta Uf. line of your aaUMary mttW. d M
Addrew loci bvz Wl fey. H-
ANTED- Hl")W FOR JTITDEXTW, ITU-
nihd or anfaniMd. Mk or yrttUomt hoard.
SwUiwcatent BaK(ttml Ouii'Cn. a UK
'AXTED-URJCK-WIOO DEJ.IVEKKD OJ
LToand. Xud sttoc. it liomrimt. fn.
potato recctved by froMfM4c HtK. or Josa Ex
TTTANTED-THE AD?EM OT PERio f.
fV bsc to f tar4o. tto jrrl rvU.twe Imitn-
tlaa as u rit- msjA rvma ftcr ipmmm .
W. Grabun. Z Nortli Mate, WlcWta, . U D
ANTED-OTY AJD OOCJfTBT TftlXA IU
tbow we mu' nor mi at. Jtlrt aad -
err thtnr ta tb uuxirtnc J"- aakqr aytwr
ard taylaripito.lt will par T" tfc Wldatta
Ta:onAr d HvrMi4Z ' - 3 " MailA. 4 it it
"ANTTD-TO BTT rEET $KOCXD WITH
or -rwsra liwui ttKmUvm to le otid' b.
boBtne part of rr WMtww tr U. t mmKiut
p rmmv. na a. mrwwni
of aaylac nm. AAtma. "How.
-avted-av EXMomt xas or IUU-
tjft Mhrrrv rit rramtltttMrr f-iifflr M4.
riJiL Piaf Miiie t. M'lllmThiiln
to rid jttrtf. taUiviMM Ttl UU aaaau i.
WJcWt. JCaa. 4lu-
I'ANTED-Tr' BTT A G0OO IZX lOTbY
t sjttMi i atyfiab d Mrtrtty qmOm mmt tti
rr,tfm ta it4t a4 hirmrrm " emttBT ''"
m. cjMksnce. Mteu, K. A. JKen T tw
AXTK-KOJSD MAD Tt "PWJ&F
af r. r Ma. aa4 li artns a nrm jlA.
dreM. Bat. S. Pddka4tr, Tca. 4K Of
WAX7EI-BHSnB AXP CATTLE TO IA,-
tors. F1rt cfcu suterr arfU ifaaa
J HiaaeiL 1 3u-aar
or lb JHna-tl it. EaJmM im
t il Um c im 1st w m.
TT'JB -AlJt f'R tiUdVmtl" cijux irfirtrx
x f ry st itw tutam. m mi utm
2MJXaisr trxle fr lw rfct r 4euur mi wwwin
CA-foaD. W.Jt Ui, 1 iUtm. Uir
TTOa. &1IX-OXE STASDtSW OB59C 05TX XX.
tfe &z.iilt KnfMt 2UCW
SrXi a:a wx.f . MM
i, e&c pir -fjtXtirmt.
Mi ia& otberct fwi jtl xmH Jtitari. AMmr
Stis3fT tfz&ttzz. MSar Tmz st TlMM
Your Wants Supplied,
descripUoa address O. Rosers, Wichita. Kaa.
TCTOR SALE-BABT BUGGY CHEAP-INQOTRS
JU or address 217 Newport are. d33-tf
fj oAun-t i c jLnx. tnutr FAIOf. SIX-
J acre of crapes, 1H acres raspberries, aero black
berries H aero eooseberriea. small hoasa. barn.
Rood well. Mime fencing and shade. Possession at
once. A nice- pUce. Price USJU. Call early. Israel
Bros, oflce. Ui N. Market. dST-tX
TWENTT-FIVK CENTS A HUNDRED. AT
this offlce. old papers saitablo for packlas. pat
tint: under carpu, etc. UBt U
TOi: SALE-A FIRE PROOF S.11T Wrrtr
X. barclarnroof ranlt. Ear derlntin ad'iirM
I E. R. Powell, recrth NaUonal bank. Wichita. Kaa.
T7IOR Sale DEEDS. MORTOAGEa AND AM.
JL kinds of leva! blanks; blank receipt books, qmo
books, etc, at the Wichita E&cte offlcr. Orders by
call promptly attended to. dM&tC
T70RSALESCALE !KOK"p7ioRT" HAND
X writers' note book, blank receipts aad
books and lecal blanks of trery kind. Mali orders
promptly attended to. CiU on or address the Wtehr
ta E-ale, WKbita, Kan. KO-lf
T70R S-KLE A HANDSOME LITKBORAPK
A? ma of tbedty of Wichita; etves aaoMmof rpeta.
public bnlldincs. coUeces, parks, rtc ! Kili otx
linen paper, price Z rents each; i for M cents 3j
cents a dowo. Address the Wicatta EacK WteMio,
F OR SALE -A LARGE LOT OF COWS. CVLTErt
and heifers; aotaat S-yeu-4d stvers and.
tome older. The above Mvcfc 1 all In aiva eowftthm
and cood irrade. It i now on my ro&ca b OMaheAtk,
20 mtlfs east ef Noble, nlwn the pwrc4ur oa
leave the stock alter rehraadtac;. aaU UM. Pop
particulars tnqiure of o. M. Dtelcon, reoai Ler
i North Main slscoC Wichita. Kan. Wm.areiRii
FOR SAMSHoiMctotd Goods.
Udr this head Se per Um per day
I7OR SALE A NEW 1'PRIOHT 1'JANO OF KX-
cellenltane, Addr R, Danwy. IM N. Mar
J7OR SALE-BKDROOM rURNITrBK. NEARLY
new. Address It U. 1WN. Market. !
J" 0T-T1I REE NOTEN ONE FOR HKM. fHXTKH
J by H. M. Nelo. IVbmarv 27. MM dn Jldy
27. 14U. emkifsed bv J. A. lion ma and Rwy
isidy. Another for $.'4. (rtreh Dam Croskjr tnte
ler 2S. 1X0. Ik Jly 2k KV1, eadre4 by XXm
Crosby. And a iwsi dae aoce trlven by K. J. snther
luad for JO, with endreaent of 1 14. D, It -man.
diS X wl? 1
I' OST-XKAR CORNER MARKirT AND DOC1.
i U. bHtyS pocket-buk Cttnbitetair nMiclianztt
Kinder jihas return to E.VGLK aSc and receive re
ward. d it t tf
r ee-.5-ONK FIYE DOLlVR BILL AND TWO
j. j tarns roUed Ucrr. Tha ander will be sak
bly rewarded by luiln jinmeat taia ofBce. tSft
Under this head 3c per line per dny.
Under this head 2c per line par day.
WANTED Horses and Vehicles.
Under thla head 2c per line par day.
FOR SALE Horse and Vehicles
X nder this bead Jc per line per day.
a 7IORSALK : HORSE AND IIUHo'y ClIRA V POlt
rash. IiMjulre at at Menu avanaa. JtS
GOOD FAMILY llOltSE ANQ
JL ph ti'tan busrv.
JBOBlreWU. u.juBeo, nacla
FOB SA LECity Real Estate.
Under this beal lc pJr line per day.
FOB RENT Houses.
I'ader this head 2c par ttao per day.
f FOR RENT -HOUSE OF SEVEN ItOOMS, ALL)
Eli medern laipnuretaeat. lei UnltersRy are
nun. Wrl Wlcbltii. Im)alr at JM Wabah areaao.
rfWFOR RBNT-CHEAP-A FURNISHRD OpT
sSk tae of three ruw. Call at At ntHttfc Mar.
fflffroit RENT - NINE ROOM HGRUt. AUU
Sl ivewly iMpeml; wakr ubtnt aad betaw. ub
umre at 41. South Market tin-. Hf
FOR REST liooms.
Under Oils heul as per )tar ty.
!OR R e'nt-LO V. R'tXMlK WITH aATil "Soojl
1 Krwintreat room n. vr 1 North TapaVi
L Mrla are.
AT X. &H'
I7.OR RENT NICE. CLEAN. AIRY I"tMT
rvmts. with modern caoalaca and Utvr
mnt-ln tna hnk m e Dong! . naiioila lao
Manhattan hotel. Enquire rf Dr. rtrtwrta la
ITOKKENT-A VERY DE.HIHAMLE
; d room, et 'J0t North Emporia.
FOR R KNTM iscella n nous.
Uattar Utla baad Jc per ttae par day.
rpORRKNTOK EALK-RUfllNKM AND HB8I
J1 dance property ia all porta of the aHy. Jbra.l
FOR TRA DHL
Under this bed Jc per Uao per day.
Under tbto haad Je par line pr Mr.
ONET TO UAK K WILL LOAK TUt
antT (a a m !lllf lBn "" Miw mv
pmartr. alao onbar-. rattla. grata.
aadM, rU. Rwaae a Marpr. JU) aad JH
O YOU WAXT KOXET - J T. LtfULOL IN
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nlajMM. orif a. kmMkoM awta. hara mmtkf.ftt
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