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r WLxchiiK gattij gagle: HiiiKstfctij maxuing, fluty 17, IS 90.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours 24
cattle, 4266 hogs. Shipments 225 cat
tle. The cattle supply was very light
and was composed mostly of common
grades of butchers' cows and heiiers
which were sold to one of the local
slaughterers. There is really no im
provement in the market, which rules
very dull. Kansas City closed steady to
strong. There were 19,000 hogs on
Kansas City market which caused a de
cline of 10 to 15 cents; Bulk of sales
here at $3.37 1-2 to $3.40. The close
was steady at the decline.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wiciuta. Kan.. July IS.
The supply -was lieht and was composed mostly of
common trades of butchers cows and heifers. Every
thins: old at fair prices for the quality, and there
seemed to be enough to go around. The market
continues slow and dull, aud shippers are layinc
very low until there are tome slsns of improvement
In eastern markets.
NatlYe shipping steers, good to extra,.. 13 73 &l 00
Good to extra native butcher steers, 11013
12001bs 350 (2375
Rood butchers steers. S?10j0 3 35 3 40
Native feeding steers 2 75 (5:3 00
Native stocLers 2 50 2 70
Choice cow and heifers 2 25 2 7.
Falrtosood cows and heifers 200 Ct2 2U
Bulls and -taffs 150 .2 00
rat yearling 2 50 2 75
Oood yearlinss 2 25 ii M
Ora'S cow. 1 60 Ul S5
Canner 125 1 .V)
Poorer ifrades and scallawajjs ...- 1U) Oil 25
Veal calve i 50 &l 00
Followinc are the representative sales of cattle at
the stock yards today:
No. Description. Av'jre. Price.
2 Hiefers R6 2 10
IS Cowh S75 175
I Heifer 4-0 175
1 Cow lltfl 175
1 Cow 1250 175
There was a Kood run of hogs today. Early re
ports from eastern markets reported heavy runs and
neavy declines in prices. This market opened a lit
tle weak at $8.40 and several car loads were sold at
these figures, but later another decline of 2tjc whs
noted and ts.375 was the ruling price for the balance
or the day. Kansas City reported a Mr run ami tne
market Italic lower. The market closed steady at
the decline and no hogs were carried over.
The following are the representative sales of hojj
at the yards today:
No. Dock. Averaoc. price
U 40 T3 S 42s
57 .... 217 310
lU .... ar. 340
fil .... 260 .".HI
77 44J 288 3 40
; 4 I7 3 40
71 .... 34 3 40
44 .... 3R 3 40
XI .... 2TS 3 40
4i .... 38 3 40
ft! ..... 3 40
V9 X 3 10
.... ss r.40
14 ' MI) .! 3 40
31 .... JW 3 40
4 .... 7 3 40
11 .... SIS 3 40
ai st m am
J3 .... 37 3 40
H .... 4l 3 40
a .... r 3.i7i.j
K .... 0 3 3714
14 .... 3S5 3 37ia
6 80 St: S37H
17 I B .".371,
14 .... 4 3 37
17 SM !S 3 375
15 SO X) "2I
5S .... 3W 3 37
.... 15 3:t7H
S 49 Mi 337H
111 S8 0 S37V.
There are large orders placed hero for Rood stock
puts t mui aro hhh.cuvmii-
.-..... ...... L.iuun crvaim
..S :A3,4 no
..3 25(3 50
. .3 Vti&i .V)
..4 10i 50
IMVI. 1HUHVU IKXl. .rw.wrj ..........
Good block eives. 7o&0
tood stock, wether. 75tgS5
Oood to extra, lambs
Wichita Jlor-e and Mule Mar&et.
Wichita. Kan.. July lu.
The market rules ox eedtnc dull on account of the
li'ut -uuplyor stock that is coining in.
Kxtni draft how vll
Hood draft horses !ffi IMU m
1-xtrHn.ares " ift1. m
flood mares iSJ.im
Extradrivers Ill !&, m
Oood drivers W '"J J
Extra streeters S?Vi m
rjood street er- a iv 11 tl
"a 2V50 W 00
Mules. 14 bands c'nm.Mm
Mules. Unhands - W
Mules. 15f,ba.Kl? - p
Bij; run of hogs.
Few- cattle offered. Market no better.
Hog market 5 to T'-2' cents lower.
Kansas City 10(ffl5 lower.
Mexico broke the reconl today.
Whittaker was a great big buyer.
Col. Redman done things up brown to
day. Hog purchases today: Whittaker 1627,
Dold 54.1. Mexico 24.
"Billy" Berry of Berry & Russell leaves
for St- Louis tomorrow where he will at
tend to the selling of a car load of good
horses which they shipped to that market
J. S. Morris of Morris, Gard, & Furley
came in with a car of hogs.
AV. B. Giboney. Arkansas City was on
Hie market with a car of hogs.
E. A. Drummer Cambridge sent in a
car of hogs.
Smith & Hildebrond. Udall marketed
K. Longnecker came in from Cheney
vvit h h car of mixed stock.
Horner & Robber ts, Kingman sent in a
tar of hogs. .
F. M. Fugei-son came in- from-luolki
with a car of hojrs. .t.. - ' -. -.-
( ol. K. Meff, Arkansas City sent in' two
cars of hogs.
. H. Chesney, Pontiac was on the mar
ket with a ear of hogs.
.1. M. Firtle, El Dorado, came in with a
AV. T. Buckley, Rose Hill, was on the
market, with a car of hogs.
L. M. McCrocklin, Derby, marketed
A. G. BurchiiiHl, Ewell. scut in a car of
Alex Knott, Beile Plaioe, lwul in a car of
James Grimsky, Viola, had hogs on the
V. R. Savage came in from Wellington
with a car of hogs.
L. O. Beebe. Ziba, isarkcted two cars of
Cowherd & Dyer sent in a car of hogs
Proltet & Campbell, Conway Springs,
has hogs oil the market.
AV. Sherburn, Oxfonl, whs at the yards
with a car of hogs.
J. II. Sjiarks, Conway Spring, sent in a
rar of hogs.
Isaac Simpson, Freeport, had hogs on
White & Cain came in from Freeport
with a car of liogs.
.1. T. Hammers & Sons came in from
Clearwater with a car of hogs.
Frank Andalc had a car of hogs on the
J. B. Keil, Clearwater, sent in a car of
X. DuvMsoncarae in from Iukawith two
crs of hogs.
J. H. Porter, Towanda, was a late ar
rival with two cars of hogs.
From the Dally Bulletin.
The secretary of the Toledo Produce ex
change estimates that the winter wheat
crop will be at least equal 2SO.000.000 bush
els of last year's average weight.
The statistician of the New York Pro
duce exchange estimates the crops of the
United States for 1890 as follows: Wheat,
435,000,000 bushels; corn. 2,111,000,000 bush
els; oats, 653,000,000 bnshels.
LIVE STOCK MAKXET.
ST. l.ouis, Mo July 16.-CATTLE. Receipts,
3200: shipments 3000. Market stronjr- Native
steers ?3 90r4 50: stackers and feeders 2 10&3 15;
Texans and Indians 2 203 50. HOGS Re
ceipts 7000; shipments 8200. 3Iarket lower. Fair
to choice heavy Jo V23 TO: packing grades J3 55s
3 67M- SHEEP Receipts 1400: shipments 1400. Mar
ket strong. Fair to choice $4 00&5 CO.
Kansas Crrr. Mo.. July 1G. CATTLE Receipts
4000; shipments 4ft)0. 3Iarket steadv to strong.
Steers ?3 50.3 4 40: cows, ?l 50&3 25: stockers
and feeders. V2 1V33 75. range steers, f 1 2S8-2
range cows. 1 50S2 CO. HOGS Receipts 19,030.
snlpmtnts. 23C0. Market 1015c lower. Bulk J3 45
(S3 47. all grades 43 421.0:350. SHEEP Receipts
2ya0. shipments 300. Market stronjf. Good to
choice muttons $4 2.V54 50; lambs $5 OXs5 50; stock
ers and feeders $3 COa3 25.
Chicago. HU July IB. CATTLE Receipts
17.000 ihlpments 3000. Market steady. Beeves U GO
4 75: steers $3 G&3.4 &. stockers and feeders.
JC 23.3 00; cows, bulls and mixed Jl 25S Z5: Texas
steers, fl 7503 ffi. HOGS Hecelpts. 27.500: snip
ments 50 0. .Market weak, lower. Mixed 13 Wl
3 SO; heavy S3 MQ.3 S2: light. S 603 95. skips
13 0?3 3a SHEEP Receipts 9000: shipments 20U0,
Market steady, closing lower. Natives $3 5033 CO;
Texans ?3 &J4 70; lambs t3 0g6 50.
"Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita. Kaiu July 15.
Wheat Receipts 2500 bu. The market is not quite
as firm but the demand 1-- active.
Corn Recelpts2510a The supply was quite liberal
but the demand was not quite as strong. Prices re
main about steady.
Oats Receipts SOOObu. There Is no particular
change In the market. The supply Is good and de
GRAIN' Car lots on track:
WHEAT-Good milling, old and new, 63&T0
other grades, fiOcand down.
CORN No 3 or better 23024c. white 23&20c
RYE No 3. or better 25c
HAY 84 50 per ton In car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop in car lots 53c per 100 lbs
Wichita. Kan.. July 16.
The market for hog products is rather active and
the feeling Is stronger.
SUGAR CURED MEATS Canvais or plain hams
201bsand up DrtUHjchams l;3201bslHc.hamH me
dium and up l(VJ12c, nams small size 10rvtl2 lbs 10!a
12!ijc. California picnic ham 7K7tc. breakfast bacon
full width or strips; 8410c. dried beef-ham (extra
dry)9"ij.l0c. smoked beef tonsues per doz. 5350, cot
tage orboneleshams8fSJ4c New York shoulders fi
6Wc. California bacon GHd'Ha. Tenneasea bacon CKc
rolled fchoulat-rs boneless 3c.
SIDE MEATS Short clear sides packed fdry salt,
J5 45-Z573 per 100 lbs, clear flitches flc. English bel
lies 6c long clear sides $3 30r3 SO.shoulders &?5H.
clear backs 83 4.V5.6 00 per 100 lbs long clear bacon
K 55-SG 12W cwt. shortclear Iwicon 85 45Srt 37. ciear
bacon backs $o 00.30 (H.bacon Illtchto 8C 0W6 fi2.
bacon shoiilders 5 tC.
SACSAGE Fresh pork sausage No 1 5JafiWc f reh
pork sausage (extras) 7c Vienna and and Frank
furt 10c. head cheese 5c bolognas rounds 4f..
bolognas middles 4Jo23c nlckleii bologna ij&Zbc.
tongue sausage 5c liver eauge 5c blood pudding 5c.
LARD Basis Tc's, choice family 6,4c. baker's spe
cial 6ic pure leaf 7c, Whittaker's Star 6?ic Whltta
ker's nastry 6ic
FRESH MEATS BEEF Sides or whole carcasses
ttt'Mc hind Quarters 6J.i37Hc fore quarters ..4c
loins S'ilOc. PORK Pork loins 6c. tender loins He
spare ribs 5c. back bones 2c.
PREPARED PICKLED GOODS PIg"s feet put in
halves and spiced. Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 25, kltts. 15
lbs. 73c. Pickled and spiced pig's tongue Kltts. 15
lbs. 81 75. Tripe, pickled and spiced tiuarter bbls.
40 lbs. 1 30. kltts, L lbs. 65c
Wichita Produce Market.
Wichita. Kan., July IS.
There are no changes of note The supply on all
lines is good and demand fair. Prices steady.
POTATOES Kansas 60c per bushel northern 70c
new. 3cS$l 00 per bushel.
C HB AGES New 2c
ONIONS New 81 00 per bushel.
PIE PLANT-lHc per lb.
LETTPCE 2c per lb.
RADISHES 5c per doz. bunches.
ASPARAGUS 15c per doz. bunches.
SPRING ONIONS 10c doz bunches.
PARSLEY 15c doz bunches.
EGGS Oic per doz.
BUTTER Fancy creamery lie choice, creamery
13c. choice butter 12!c. fair lOccooking butter Sc.
CHEESE Eastern full cream 13c. half cream llfo
12c. skim SvSPc llmburger 12H'3.1c, brick 15.316. lull
cream Swls ItiAlKc.
CHICKEN'S. Live nens 5,350 per lb., roosters 3
3Jc; spring, 10c
Wichita Wholesale Fruit Market.
Wichita. Kan.. July 16.
Berriesare in light supply as this season isabont
over. Apples and peaches offered freely. Market
steady. Lemons active and firm. Oranges and
bananas In fair demand. Prices steady.
ORANGES California Mediterranean sweet
84 5Vi3 00 per box. Messina 8550 00 per box. Im.
perlal 85 50 per box. San Diego 4 75 per box
llodl, fancy. 84 004 50 per H box.
LEMONS Medina per bov. S 00.0 :rt.
BLACKBERRIES 82 002 50 per crate.
PINE APPLES None in market.
A PPLES New. Vt75coer bu.
PEACHES 81 Vl 50 per bu.
BANANAS 8200 (3 83 00 per bunch, fane 83 M per
PIGS Layers 15(315c per lb M oral boxes 8330
3 75 per 1(10.
DATES Persian 60 lb boxes, SJOc per lb, Fard,
liall lb boxes. 12Uc per lb.
IIOJJEY California. 1 lb frames, 17lSc pcrlb.
Wichita Flour Market.
Wichita. Kan.. July 16.
Flour was very quiet. The demand being light
all arnunn. aud sates wero light. Prices nrm as
Best patent, per cwt standard price 82 60
Second patent 2 :)
Extra, fancy 2 10
Shlpstuff. bulk la
Bran - 40
Wichita Leather Market.
Wichita. Kan July 16.
SOLE LEATHER-(;siaughterj2CVglc. B. A. 27
21V. good dnmoge 21i2.?.
HARNESS Acorn oak 37c. No 1 oak 34c, L. H. 32c
Union 30c Hemlock 27o.
CALF Domestic 5cJJl 00. French 81 001 5a
CUT HALF MILEm Extra heavy 83 50. heavy
8S IX). medium 82 50, light 81 2551 75.
Wichita Hide and Tallow Market.
Wichita. Kan.. July 16.
HIDES No 1 green SHc per lb. No 2 green Pi per
lb. No 1 green salt lc. No 2 green salt 3Mc.dry hides
3i7V: per lb. bulls and stags 2Wc.
TALLOW No I, 3ic v-r lb. No2 2c
SUEEP PELTS-S0S.5C each.
Wichita Wool Market.
Wichita. Kan- July 16.
Bright condition-Bright medium lie, heavy me
dium 12c llCht tine 12c. heavy fine 10c
Earthy conditions-Medium lie tine S$10c, coiro
&Ilc, JlexlcAn select grades 10S12C coarse aud
MAEKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
'cw York 5Ioncy.
New York. July 16.
Money on call casv, ranging from 2 to 4M per cent,
last loan 3, closed ofTered at 2W..
Prime mercantile paper 5tS .... . ,
Sterling exchange quiet and easy at ?t Sim for 60
diiy bills and 84 sSS lor demano.
Chicago Grain and Prodnce.
CniC-Vfio, III. July 15. In wheat trading was
onlv moderate and a lower range of prices was
Com was traded In to a moderate extent. 1 he
situation was steady and price changes confined
withlaHttHcHUd closed Hl4c lower than yester
day. , . ,
fha feature of the oiit market was the sharp ad
vance" In Jul v. which was up : bimI closed at full
oulsldo rUrnfes. The cause for the appreciation was
the light stocks, sharp bidding by several traders,
tje light offerings and an adtaneef Htlc in cash
Inpork tntdlng wns light. July was rather steady
but other deliveries were wS.
In lanl prices rulel easy.
Rather more life in he shorj rib marVe4. Prices
declined 7lMV. rallli and closeI steady.
The leading futures closed a follows-.
WHEAT Julv Stc. August STmc September SSH.
CORN-July :.-75-iic. August S7Kc, September J7tC
OxVTS-Julv SlMc August ate, September IStjc.
PORKJuly 81178; August 8W September
LARD-Jnly Jj Sic August 84 S5; September
SHORT Ria July 83 KK Ast 85
September 85 2).
Cash quotations were as tollows:
FLOUR Steady, UDChanged. ,
VHE.VT No spring. S5c; red. S7Hc
TIMOTHY-81 SStgl U.
LAKD-83 SIVii SJW.
SHORT K IBs Sides 85 W.
SHOULDERS Drv silted 83 2Vi5 2S.
SHORT CLEAR. SlDES-85 4350.
SCOAR Cut loif 74f7t graaaloted e?c; stand
ard A 6C
Oats. . .
BUTTER Slecdj'. Fancy sepArater I6Hr
toast creAmery 1415c tee O&Kk, finest dairy.
Mttllc flue fiafc.
Kansas City Prodnc.
K.VNSAS CITY. Ml. July K
The Dally Iwitcator reports;
FLOOR-XX.e?c;XXX BVx fm Bit diotee
81 4fc feiney 81 7 ostra acy 81 HkI aa- fmck
82 If 2 1.
WHEAT Steady t straac. No. 2 hard easa
TsiZ&te; Jsiy TaKS Na. 2 rrd cash Stc.
M. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O. Dattdsox, Pres. C. A-"WAXanat, V. P.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL. -$ 4300,000
STOCKH'D'KS' ilABtETrT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of aay Bank In the Stats
Shippers of Lire Stock can save both.
time and money by doinjr their
"business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BASK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
CORN-Easier. 'o. 2 cash OiJHc hid; 3C?c
asked: July ;jc.
OATS Easier. No. 2 cash 2Sc; July 27Hc bid, no
RYE Steady. No 2 cash 42c bid, no offerings;
EGGS Steady at OKc
HAY-HIgher. Fancy prairie, old 87 50.
LEAD Quiet, soft Jllssourl and common 83 63,
refined 83 7U.
BUTTER Creamerv fancy llftljc. other cream
ery liaiSc; dairy SlSc: store packed &310c.
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins lftjjllc: West
ern S.9c Young America 10.311c, skimminl 1(35.
LIVE POULTRY Firm, good demand. Choice
hens 83 00.U3 25; small fat 8"- ;'02 75; roosters 82 00
0,2 50, spring chickens 81 252 00.
BREAKFAST BACON-83 30.
DRIED BEEF-87 50.
DRIED SALT MEATS-Short clear sides $5 00;
drv Ionir clear M Uk shoulders 85 50.
isMOKED MEATS Long clear 80 00; shoulders
80 00: hort clear sides 86 oO.
LARD-Reflned. 87 25.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Louis. Mo.. July 16.
WHEAT Cash S5?fc; August STJsc, September
CORN Lower. Cash 35?ic, August 35Hc Sep
OATS-Firm. Cash. 32Wc bid; August 23Je, Sep
PORK-Weak. Retailing 811 00(?11 50-
LARD Nominal, straight prime steam 85 505 GO.
ATTOKlEYS AT LAW.
TH03. C. Wilson, Jos. A. Bbubacher.
WILSON & BRUBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 251 North 31 a In street. Wichita
Kansas. Telephone Xo. 11. dUB-tf
W. P. Ca.vpbei.l. Jas. L. Dyer.
Attorneys at Uw, Wionlta, Knn. lOCtf
H. C. Sluss. W. E. Stanley.
SLJ7SS & STANLEY.
Attorneys at Law, Wlcliita, Kansas.
Harris, Hai'ris tC' Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
J.R. Hallo well. J. E. Hcjie.
Late. U. S. Attorney.
HAJLLO WELL 0 IIUME.
Lawyers, 112 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansa..
A. P. RonitHAUGIK W. II. IUCCH.
ROHRBAUGJI cC RA UCII,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United Suites and
Canada. No. 147 Main St.. Wichita, Kausas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2. 4 and 6 203 N. Main St.. Wichita.
JOHN W. AriAMP. O. W. ADAMS.
ADAMS & ADAMS,
,ittoTTifr. nf Tnt- OtTir flrvt stalrwav eat of tho
Wichita Katloiinl Bank. llt-tf
j. 11. rniLLirs. s. k. rniLLiPS.
F III L LIPS & FTTTLLIFS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work. Including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for
nil patients requiring special care. Call by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. We use an operating table
instead of throwing horses.
Ofllce. 114 North Lawrence Avenue- Telephone
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties Diseases of the
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting z lathes.
Office 127 N. Market street,
Israel Myers block.
DR. C. C. FURLEl'.
PHYSICU.N ; AND : SURGEON.
OFncr: 1 RESIDENCE:
531 East Douglas Ave. 1 1213 North Market Street.
Profesaiona: Cll Attended Promptly. 5-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB.
nA unAtrrrnd lmmedlatelv on receipt of me.
Flome. 711 South Ida aTe. Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Ofnce hours 9 to 10 a. m 1 to 4 p ra. Snuday. 9 to
10-Xa. m. Room Is, Fechheimer Bu.Iding.
E. Y. MUXSELL. M. D.
Eve. Ear. Nose, Throat and
Catarrh. Romas 1 and 15
No. 205 North Main street.
Kesident e. 12C0 Sooth Em
Has opened "ffi-es over 126 North Main street. Wich
ita. With the practice of general mliclne .-um( sar
grry Dr. Jennings will combine sjxvinl work on th?
Eve. L-ir, Nose ani Throat. Also, th- proper ad
justment of glasses, office hours s to 11 a. m.: 3 to 5
p. m. Residence. 513 Waco a enue. D-4i
C. W. TERR.Y,
Architect and SaperrctenCent.
Blttifcs block, WlchlU. Kansas
Rooms K and 17
W. R. McFHERSOX,
ArcMtocU Roont 13, No. 200 North Mala Stre-t,
Wichita, KansaA. 117-tf
w. t. rnocuTooT. o. w. jr.
ArcMuc and Snprtteat. Offic la Fech
A. .7. AFF LEGATE
jWlth A. D. Millory
Abatraoter. Ooayeyasoer & Notiry Pnbik.
The PhetficrarAer. PktHrrs in all sis' awl tytt-
He to carries the 3acc mmrwK of Vteior
;ram la te cr. Give Mat a f-t iy eaH aw
ELDRID6E k CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Nafl Bant.
IX. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
HYE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEEdLlNTS
ALL HALLO H'S ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per annum. 8150. Addra s.
Sister Superior, Sisters of Charity, B. V. M. ltti-tf
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. OOce
l& East Douelas avenue over Paul Jones & Co.'s
drug store, Wichita. Kansas. 15I-tf
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Dentist. Of2cc 144 N. .Main over Smith & Stover's.
Vi'alized air adcUniJtered. Residence CS N. To
peka avenue, Wichita. Kansas. 31-tI
Full sets of teeth 85. 8S and J1Q:
Gold Fillings 81 and up; Silver 75c;
Extracting with coacaine 50c We
BOYD'S DEXTAL ROOMS.
DR-T. F. BOVD. DR. J. A. HOLLEXBERGER.
113 East Douglas Avenne. va
REAJL ESTATE AGENTS
Fred w. Israel k, c. Israel
REAL ESTATE A"D RETS.
Such liargalns as we can nov offer In Wichita
property and Sedgwick county farm lands were
never offered before. Money carefully Invested for
non-residents and their Wichita interests properly
and faithfully cured for. If you want to bav you
will save money bv listing your wants with us.
Office 2d floor. 125 North Market. Israel building.
Reference Wichita National Bank.
MISSOURI TACIFIC R. R.
Fort Scott. Kansas City, St.
Louis and eastern ei 1
Fort Scott, Kansas City, St.;
Louis and eastern ex 1
Conway Springs, Anthony!
and Kiowa ei
Conway Springs, Anthony!
and Kiowa ex '
Hutchinson, t-terling and;
Geneseo passenger i
Hutch.. Kanapolis, Pueblo!
and Denver e.t
All trains run daily. I
Depot Second arid Wichita streets; ticket office 127
North Main street. E. E. Bleckley.
Paenger and Ticket Agent.
NEW TlilE TABLE CHICAGO. ROCK 1SLAXD &
C'Great Rock Island Route."!
In effect on and after July ti, sn.
ARRIVE I LEAVE
GOING NORTH AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St. 'Louis
ana tnicago. inrougn
Mail and ex. dailv
No. 4 Kansas City, St, Louis
nnd Chicago night ex.
No. (S Accommodation,
dally except Sunday
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. dally
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail
and ex. daily
No. 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. Tickeri
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 I0J East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 1CJ.
C. A. RrTntRFORD, Ticket Agent.
Jno. SF.BASTIAN. G. T. & P. A.. Chicago, 111.
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO It. R.
TRAINS. I ARRIVE LEAVE
Going West, pass (to Ells
worth) 623AM t25AM
Going west, pass, (stops at
Burrton) 450PM 455pm
Going East, passenger 00(1 a m 905 am
Going East, passenger 1033pm 1040pm
Going East I 2 25 P M
Going West to Burrton 1 327pm
City Union Ticket office. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot. Douglas avenue.
WICHITA & WESTERN R. It.
ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass, (daily).
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going East, freight
D. H. Rhodes, Freight & Pass. Agt. lr: N. 31ain
Supt., cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, nnd at
Uuion Depot. Douglas avenue, W. D. Ml'roock.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA t SANTA TE K. It.
I ARRIVE I LEAVR
NORTH AND EAST.
Colorado and California ex
press Chicago express
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma Jt Panhandle ex
Texas Express .. .
4 10 P M
12 40 PM
4 10 P M
7 40 A M!
4 03 PM,
City Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, and
Union Depot. Duglas avenue.
On and after June 0th the Santa Fe
route will resume tariff rates in effect
March 1st, 1SG0. G. F. Nicholson,
G. P. &. T. A.
Wichita, May 29, ISM. (112 tf
Take the Frisco fl.ver to St. Louis and
the east. It leaves Wichita at 2:25 p. m.
daily. 50 1
The Santa Fe Change.
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
niorninc, makinp all eastern connections.
The Galveston train leaves four hours and
forty-five minutes later and makes the
same time to Galveston. The Denver train
leaves forty minutes earlier and arrives at
Pueblo at 6:23 a. m., Colorado Springs 7:45
a. m.. Denver 10:43 a. m. This train is
equipped with chair cars. Pullman and
dinini cars and will not stop for meals as
formerly. dl2 tf
National Educational Association, St. Paul,
MlnD.. July 4th to 11th.
For the above named occasion the Mi
souri Pacific railway offers a rate of 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. Persons wishing to visit the
northern lakes during the heated term can
avail ihemelves of this rare opportunity
of obtaining cheap rates to St. Paul where
arrancemeuts have been made for reduced
rate to other points. For further informa
tion apply at ticket office, Xo. 137 North
Main, or iiepot.comerSecoml and Wichita
stseet. E. E. Bleckley,
27 tf Pass, and Ticket Ape, 137 X. Main
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trarv. the Frisco line is two hoars the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
The srnb that makes the better fiy
WaUlte from Imperial fiour. 153 tf
Being thirtv mi!&- the shortest lie and
4A? miles the best oae. people insist on bnr-
inc tickets to Chicago via. the Santa Fe :
This has given our two nigh: trains 1
ivansas City to Chicago, a avy business.
To further accommodate our friend.-, we
have just put on a new throuch express,
carrvmc day coaches, free chair cars, and
Pullman .sleepers at nisht. leaving Kansas
City 10 a. m. and arrivms in Chicago 7:25
a. rn. Passengers 00 thi n-.r train have a
davlicht ride across Missouri and Iowa.
ftemember one thin?, that it makes no
difference whether you get into Kanias
City moraine or evening, you will find a
Santa Fe tram on the track ready to take
you to Chicaco or intermediate points in
quicker time than any competing line.
G. T. Nichob-on, G. P. & T. AT, Topek.
Kan.: J. J. Byrne. A. G. P. A., Chicago.
Blank charters and all kiad of lecal
blanks for sale bv
The Wichita Ealx,
dTl tf Wichita, Kansas
Old nrrs far sate at this office &
A Street X7ar sstosiisao.
You caa-sMECTft'TSXazsdme to. a
'Bxoadvpcaxaya.j. BSip "wuuian who
steads cnia-BlfiQwalit aafesfhecTjarasol
to galog uptaa down "Is ha walking
beam of a.stosmeranfe-Qstop the car.
ETBTjbciy -recognise-thgsjgn. Then the
woinaa who gctaxiff te car with a fiery
glance at'&e cmnWfir and an aggie&sive
shrug o, ehovoibotfS&Sstas she '$xxUs her
skirts out of the mud meanss jdjdnly as
if she said it, "You, out of -tiroeMl that is
in yocT heart, thave carried tne abkck too
far. Your d20u3dj?ersb.raia the face of
the earth. WbySaart,you?"
Similarly the xaan- who aits down in a
corner andticks"thife feefe'TvheaBtber will
do the most tripcinjj,up means, "I asm en
titled to Jot of room and I mean to get
it." But the other day there, came a pas
senger who want away on -of the. usual run
of pantomJmiste. He was thin and wild
looking, but well dressed. He took a seat
on the sunny side of the k, and In a jiffy
his arms were m motion .Apparently ha
waa making a speech without words.
As the-sileetfOrotroprogressed'she man
grew excited. Sx&vingio his neighbor at
his left he made bins th subject of hi3
discourse. He sesmedJto be plessiing with
him to reform, his' wsjs. The neiibor
looked embarrassed, the other passengers
suppressed smiles wth more or leas suc
cess. Then the man went on with his
gestures, getting more and more excited.
Now and then heTose to ins feet and stood
until a jolt of the car.sent Mm back to bis
seat. Bnt he was gutting to the end of his
peroration, and suddenly, with a sweep
ing gesture, the speech was ended. The
man sank back in his seat and pulled a
cigarette from his pocket, while the saris
lied look came ovTirv.his faco thst one sees
on the countenance ,of abashful after din
ner orator when ho hears the applause at
the end of his Address.
Just then a track driver tried to cut
across the-track -ahead of the cor, -and the
driver of the Totter vehicle put on his
brakes with allthistaight. The car stopped
suddenly, and feheshock brought tbepanto
raimist to his 'senses. He rose hastily,
mumbled something that sqonded like an
apology'tO'his'Boighbor, and .got ontofrthe
car witkallpossible spsod. The neighbor's
oppression was a choice hfeadins of dis
gust and relief. New York-Times.
Kale Old. ow,"5?OTkcrs.
Ex-Mayor WTckhanafriskyJad'of about
70, was accosted, "by a gentleman of erect
bearing -and whose eyes and skin were
clear. He had justj finished a hot apjde
toddy. "Wickham. my deer boy," ho .said
in hearty tones, "you' ahouffin't be out a
day like this. The-weatlieris too rough for
a boy like you." The ex-mayor laughed
and' then inquired: "Mr. Tappan, how old
"Ninety-five," was the proud reply.
Tho older gentleman, who confessed to
being almost a centenarian, is the father
of Frederick W. Tappan, .nreaent of the
Gallatin National tank. 'Evarijr morning
except Sundays Ife Cr&Vels-down town and
diligently attends to "his own business af
fairs without any assistance. He is still
considered in the commercial world as a
man of great shrewdness and keenness of
David Dudley Field is" only 62 years of
age. iNeoriy every morning of his life he
takes a horseback ride in Central pork,
and afterwards walksill the way from hi3
residence in Gramercy park to his office on
lower Broadway. In iis ninth decade he
is still engaged in the active practice of
the law. New York Letter.
Jlis Flrat Visit, Don't Ton Knoir.
A Chicago lawyer who recently returned
from a voyage across the Atlantic tells
"One of the voyagers back was a young
man from one of the univ acuities of Eng
land. He was the most thoroughly booK
posted young man I evter saw. And he
knew his own country aawelL Ho was a
delightful companion so Jong as he con
fined himself to his books aud his country.
But about everything else he was so re
markably verdant that he was aa interest
ing in his talk about things hodidnt know
as he was in his conversation about those
which he did know. As we neaxed. Uew
York harbor there was the usual -anxiety
on the part of Americans on. board and the
usual curiosity on the part of. those wha
were coming over for the first time. I was
walking the deck one morning waiting to
get a glimpse of my own country. The
young Briton joined me, and in tha most
serious manner said:
" 'Who is this man I hear them talking
about so much for the last few hour this
Sandy Hook, I think they call him? He
must bo a groat man in America, and yet
from, his name I should say he waa a
Scotchman.' " Chicago Tribune.
Moscow has o society for the endowment
of poor brides.
The leverage pay of constables in England
ia only JS56 a year.
Turkish engineers say that the river Eu
phrates might be made navigable the year
round by an expenditure of only $100,000.
Eighty-six1 designs in competition hare
been submitted for the great iron tower in
London, which is to surpass that of the
Eiffel in Paris.
The centenary of the dahlia in Prance
tvas recently celebrated at a gathering iu
Paris at which admirers of the flower wero
present from many countries in Europe.
It is propced to found chairs in Naples
and other Italian universities In seaport
towns for the purpose of giving special in
struction to medical men who take charge
The royal mint of England coined hnl&9
the largest quantity of hIItct ever issued in
a year, the total vulue being 43,7X2,110.
The mint made a profit above expcn&ea of
The last member of Napoleon's "Grand
Army" is in an aaylum at Beggio, Italy.
He is an Italian named Lino, born ial785,
and he 5a probably the only surTiror of
Jena and Ftiedland.
It has been estimated that for every 1,000
bead at cattls in Great Britain sixty-MTen
tons of beef or real are annually sent to
market, asd for every l,0fO head of sheep
and lambs twelve and a half ton of mut
ton or larab.
Tho orgs suttee baring charge of thi
Spanish festivals in l03in honor of Colum
bus has resolved to erect moausneatB ia
Ribida. Eat eel oca, Salamanca, Tail&dolid
and Granada, all of them cities in which.
Grinns bus lived.
Tho bestccrsl ground, yielding the awt
And best red coral, are il these on the
Algerian coast, fiihfd tor that purpose
fromAe-middled the Sixteenth century,
the others being thoccasta cf Sicily, Cor
nea, Sardinia, Spain, the Beleane Isie
Phonography Li fart becoming one d the
tandard "brartohes of education in Great
Britain. From returns ma.in, though in
complete, is appears that In the flrrt quar
ter of ISO the teacbcxHC-f phonography bd
under instruction in the whole of Great
- y e --' ; ??? t -T
The stride which English pris are aid
to have, but orfclih iSa2y obtain only
amass-Chc-a? TwIjOTre raced in tli pasrare,
i nc grsfn!. becas H fa 3ct -srcmanlT.
It i no raore gracefei ia osan to i"Lfc
Ui a.jnai than.it t far her to be taannith
ia otlb5r parucnlars.
Jlanr New Tortersrsesd abroad tor nun
latere KpodrssM of Chippgn-'.nlc trASi?
aton fntirare,1f5MB $&& zza&Z beaod
foi TpuxCvr. cSMrbnr Hbrary J dining
room ykce? jarw repTcoc4. therr-by swis
the cost 9i t?35wrtion.
1 V Via
N L A t
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied
Tie following rata under tie (liferent Vadin;.
gTPayable Strictly-in Advance.
Xo adrertaKaeats tolRa tor less tfcvs 19 easts.
Oae lis aovcrtlsraarts ciiartre2 satse rata a two
KO AD5-BHT1SEMENTS TAKEN "TaBUK CX
TlLFOIt3IDDV Prtoe-s srrcs under eUs tsd &esJ3 ts tills coJuma
applicable only to Icaai liTertiw-Cra:. oforais
idYerciseuieiila Jkc& at prt give.
Answers to afiTenlsesjeataec; la cirtrol tb
Saolt oxace should bs cjila tor -wtt hta 30 iiys
iXier mvirtloa. Wta dTtrtter wSJi replps tw
waiUed to them cutapwl eirroloy uut be wat
Refnoe ta torav Urertteat3 shoaM g-Us
dvcilptlcu and data et Insertioa or copj tt lha suX
rerCsoiacat should be war.
Kot rosponslble f or dvertlseaeut given or d
contlauoc by telophase.
WAXTED FEMALE HELF.
I'ader this head 2c pT ltsa pr day.
WANTKO-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
houcn ort. )Iu.t be a gooA cook. Apply
Immediate'". UK North Lawience an. t U
ANTKD-A GOOD GIRL at Ktt North Ur-
ivnce. 9 tt
W'ANTED-.V GIRL FOR GENERAL HWSK.
work In a fumllv of two. Good wmt to Uw
right purty. Call at 2Si Nrth ML t if
'ANTED-GOOD WHITE WOUAN OR OIRL
for ceneral hoa-work: mt kTv bow m
csot. Apply at :ra North Mala strert. tt V
'ANTKD-A GOOD OIRL TOR GENBRAL
t hoUHjwtM-.;; mnt be h Ko1 root;; tMnllT ul
thrtv. Applv at 1KB North Lawrence avenue. Mrs.
M. J. Oliver. S t
''ANTED-A NE-Cr NURSE OIRL.
at H. booth Lawrence.
La un (Iressses.
Miscella n eons.
TTTANTEDAN OFFICE CLERK; LaDY WHO
V can operate, the t altsraph typewntar praXer
rvd. Mtlwaccara'eatpare.- and a j-o piAto
wrlter. .pply in own handwrtUBK and addra o.
SO, Easle utile. '
'ANTED-AT WICHITA OVERALL FACTO-
ry. four or ave good operators. www
SITU A TIOXS FEMALE.
Lnder this head lc pr line por day.
31 iscella n eo us.
Tnder this Head lc per Hoe per d.ty.
WANTED-SEWINO Tt) OO FOR PKIVATE
1 families. Call or addre-., 20 North Mala,
room 19. third floor. 48 .
WAXTED MALE HELL'.
X nder thbs hend Sc per line per day.
W'ANTED-A GOOD FIRST (LASS WHITE
barler at uuct. Addrert J. II. Miu-on, Wl
lluK'ton, Kan. ytS -f
,'ANTKD - A OOOD WHITE HARHErT
Wage til per week, Aiblre-e Ueo: V. rrmt.
XrANTED-A GOOD IJARHER (WHITE AT
once. Waee 112 par week, no Sunday work.
Addross. John Dohror. Medicine Lodice, Kan. t5
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
"ANTED-A HOY. IS OR IS YEARS OLD. TO
workluatore. Apply isi Nortn Jiain ajnas.
M iscealla n eous.
SITUA TIOXS MALE.
L Dder tbl) brad lc per line per day.
"ANTKD-POSITION AS TELEGRAPH OPER-
nUur. fan furnlHi rnxxl referenrca.
J. R. 11.. (colored) North Main Mreet. AM
ANTED-A SITUATION BY A PRACTICAL
V roller mlllT. tert of reforencaa If required.
Addreta "iHll"sr." Eaolk office. d .Mt
ANTE1T-A POSITION. AUOUSTI. Y OOUD
book teener and reneral acromrtaM. Has
Khim anjuolautnce in tho city. Address c cr
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
M iscella n eons.
ANTED- SITfATION AT ANTTHISfl. AM
well twroualnt-d lib rtv. KMman rur-
nuJied. Addr-m J. E '-onta Muriel IPX'
I nder this seod 3r per lute par dsy.
A G EN TS WA XT ED.
I nder thl bad 2c per Ua Pr day
"ANTED-AOENTS IN EVERT t OCSTY IN
kanowb 1 -it her ei tu m-11 Lontr Sotli ru-
aPenrll. E uIt territory frw. A plerMt4
seller ar.d a cenatfioiy toa artici. F.ry tfie
who w mociiac nreda It- 4anil Ir mail
tDt "ed for (lrrolar. C. C Seller, aeneral
u'-. U; Wyandotvi aUeet, roots i. Ktii ''y.
T ANTFDAOENTv-IJf KNERT CTTT. TOWS
r ai,d !'.! Lb to- I'B'ted ItbMaa tipt ta
Ktate of KOMi to utc aaaertetiaaa Pnat in
rn n-ake mocey No castta! rwiurd. tempt
rpiea fr t ii 'aia)HNk taam-J oa Wtaado
tj jrttin; ap u.u!m. AddraM tba TM-tuU. Eacie.
..it. Kan. U
WA XTEDMISCEL LA XEO US
WAN'TED-ONE OR TWO CNrTRXIMirD
rootatt private, faaslty prefrrad. AtMrjai J.
F ear fff) oSJ. II r
"AVTED-TO RENT -RStntD OR PART-
r rarnHtoed parlon or uotacUfr raaai
Brt floor. arUJ! for doctor fflt. MM a TV
r..tr:, l--d aad naar rarar of Wum aod
Doosia. Addre-a. Doctor, car of Eat . ?
"ANTED--TO l"T A WcTiSScblJD HANU
tus arorr. pna pnsorraa. wui
aiiiiio m aoeu. 1 . ... m
I -it-, wit il rn ttx-r x fmnnwnn iar MMtr
moat be a aood tra)r and aafo rw Io4t to
drive. CdluUnSostaEapalt. r. . Mrtaop.
-ANTEBLADlE TO r.KOW THAT TMEY
aa tat tm trnad OBvo aVawra aa'attr in
at 4 Norti nna ma Urt. E. Cofck. vaM. M"
l:AVrrirRXrBfrOX KEEPER TTE'-
fcgrapbtr and fr-a orisrator. m ma
VTtn - bo wt to Wa tfcoi QOIalr raaana
BtJaorol5rar-toi41a to pot"aaT -
: fOtre. 'oratec Dawttam aad Topo-aa oo-
san. Mrktia. Eaa. U
TTTANTED 8T AlIitii5rpiprTT. A
1 T .-vorw for itCM crrcn aa wim
tj, -roo-a laiaaier Sor n
a f. -ar at Vjati.
vt'ATr.O VAX ANO TUTE WASTTEO TO
t boawforsA Eagjiatrtiaa la timrnttt
naaaiy. who u do tb b ul 1 1 'art aad aid oab
-;.. sa v aurad to piaaiat sar&m. ami
sBMotf j'r-ily oMffal aa 33 to V E WirH"ia
w u m ippuraA rey bobd. WVbau. ftwsa
y,!T4.J Uo Skd 4r
a. jr :K 5n Kriuav ami maka
'm it aiiaai. bo baa roar of ara-lapr la
. ki 4v a to yoaur c'4aaK Ui be of Inc.--
b Taao to 70. atvfeac MbM am mafawr fa
':.. y Broawwed t attod to aC mmimat fa -J
a. 's. t Om at poor atattary rmt d UAf
Tt ANTES - R"WaTClEirT. r1 -
mlia-id or aoftarnjobat Bb or 1 Haw 01 baard-vtb-wr
Eaain-oa -ato- 8P
ANTED-TO WT A COOD mttltO PO T
t t rrfirpjab a4 fZimnti mmtto
- Bf-.'a to odde aad brr aafporbatif '
f 4r'''iatJrypfK'aip9c ad
! wwt u'tyrk. Adamos m- A. caro afjbmsm
II'ANTKO-MOKME" AJTP CMTTtM TO PA.
wa nm dmm mgma amm tmm tram
Oaryar. Mmmtr ILtTSkmmMiu Oaagwdar
mmm'Mmmimmmm uwmi ar.wlMn
THE PEOPLE'S COEFM.
Your "Wants Supplied,
-TTTANTED-THK ADDRESS OP PERSON'S OO-
V In? to Colorado. Caa c-t r? liable tntterao-
U? 5ia ""' ?1 rooa aftr srUinc dsre. C
W . Graham. 2a5 Xorth M la. Wtcaita. Kaq. a
tnder ihH ntad j p- Mae per toy.
FOR SALE -IF THERE IS A MAN IN WICHITA
who want a fciae pla we ea rtTa Mux two
KTPt barsaiaA w la wist trvat lotion Vafaiesa
arrnne. asd tw an Watw tnmtv Jos tav
v enuM nuiur(a 1VTKJ MrM t llCm IAO
Ion to qwrte. CU at cnk-. traei Bnv, IS Vr(b
"nOR S.VL.E-SADDLK PONY: ALSO BWOV
' a. turn BAucTvst. M4 .--tt iDTaTvavf, 431m
i IOR SALE OR TR-DE-BCOm ANO WA
l 1 ss to xrkaas Ir rod lwr Md KtV.
j K. G. RaCT. IS North MttrM. d(t w3 M,
I I?OR S.L.K W ACRES Of GRASFI Vlt XIUlS
I frwM Ctxy' W" R aa'r- 'm
TOk SALE-A ITIRST CL.VSS KR.V.Y: VOt
! " dexrtpuutt addrw o. Xe, Wlduak. Ka.
ITOR SALX-BAKY BI'OOY CHE.Kh-INW: : C
1 or re JIT Nw Yrt . . :
riWKNTY-nVK CENTS A HCNIHlfriX 1f
a ttt .-ar. w pirj awawt isr
uajt na- carf. rtc.
17OR SALK-A KIB.B PRKM AViTI WHK
L ImnrUr proof mlt. FW Jk.tniaumt ctiNfcii
. R. PutU. Frta NMMwU baafc. WtTSML.
17OH iOe-DEEDS. MORTnA(CS AND AU.
X1 ktadi at leteiU biMtnc MMk recWp kwa, m
book, rc t tb WWatte Eaelo aOo. Ottut ftr
mau prompuy i-.tnan i.
7OR SALE CALE BOOKS. SUOStt tUSXf
. writer' not book-!, MmI nnlM mbb m
cot- id lccl bbuiks ttf wtT fcurf. Mmtl W
promptly Mteoaed to. CU oa or iHwm UN Wickr
1.1 4Mfr, CIUIA. JvA.
"IiOR SALK-A BANDHOME LJTSOULPK
f imp cf I hocttr t Wtefclf; pw in -B at Mr,
public tauMuadk roUnsk yarkft. etc. tao tUtb a
llDea paper, fnca rec& aarh: i rorcMS
MAnt . .a J Ik.. W A.-. V ... X. Ml I
i? "- ' - . I !
TTOR SALE-A LAMOE LOT fMT COWS, CALVCM
X1 aad tiUro. mb-atma 3-ymr la -a-jnia aMI
hum aider. Tke sfcore moc t all tatj tnaaHHn
and rood grade. Il ir (taw an aijr r-UK'k m Ofclwlpaa, 1.
M i!ri eat at NoMe. wtwn tba pmrvtmtgf mi
h-are the cwk artr nateaaittiic. atU fML lax
Hartivaiar iaqo:rr of It. X. lWc.oa. rniwo I. nar
North BaiatMv WIcMU. RrtTwa. UrutBam
ela. 41a tf
FOR SALEJfoitseJioU GootkT
radar tkh bead fc Mr Hue par Aar
TOr-T-A HEAVY TWItrTEIKLINK
JLJ wtttt-a ctutia. with idtert t -hmrT far
nMr will coarer jrnrl raror by teOTtar
bar. S& North Mata. uod reciioe reward.
X ti.Ier this bead Jr per Iter pordAfw
uu bota ludoa. -oRo4e reward wlil Wpjfl
return, xra, u. A. mrta
VBder UUi baad lo per Um par day.
WA XTEDHorsnsjtn d rtihirftk?.
"WrANTED- to RiY .Ktx-oDnxHovuax
11 or Erttoetaa tn xood roodiUou. coaar cno.
Addreaa. X. lv H.. tat oOco. tdfp
Coder tKl ooad 7r par line per iUt.
FOR SALE Horse and rehiciaa
l' nder thbt tifa! Jr pwr Use por'lHja.
T-OR SALE- A HX1 PHAETUS.
C A. . P . Easle ode.
IORS-VLEMORSE AND BtIY CHEAP POK
Jl roaa. Inquire at iiT Moo a a von. dtSd
IOR SALEA OOOD FAMILY HORRE AJ
a. powmi wsx,. iifmniH )f,off rj
FOR SALE City J tea I Est at a.
I'ader thli Ixvwt 3r per Hue ?r Oat.
FOIl R EXT Houses.
X. ader tbia head lc t lln- par day.
'FlR RENT -A liOOU RtxM HOVX OV
l'alnrrltr avetaoa, soar locetK, iBMBMrn
room 1. 39a Nortb Main.
irOK RENT -TO SMALL FAMILY OWLT, A
JL? fnrnLihud bowee of tt iwmbo. at 4M Korajt
Fourth avroo. Inuolr iS Nortb Mttul a
FOR 11 EXT Booms.
Voder tbia bead Pa pr Uoopor lpv
IOR REST A IN1CELT'Vvi1Lnw'mDN
I KootUrn MWMin-. witfc go. b(b aad Mbjr
-ooTfUtlriiKn. at l N'rtli Topoka avoauas. t
I76r"rENTN If ' E L Y Fl' R V I - H E 0tlX AT
L TC Nortb Iiarl.et. bait, aud buord, 0
T7OR RENT-NICE. CLEAN. AI
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