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jfo WLithxix JPaxlfl fgagle: SJecIttesclati pfontxm,, fulti 30, 1890.
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htta markets.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours 90
cattle, 4,1 10 hogs, and 20 mules. Ship
ments 87 Icattle, 1,027 hogs and 20
mules.
The supply of cattle was moie liberal to
day and was composed mostly of fair to
good butchers' cows and heifers. There
were also a few stock steers and a few
head of butchers' steers. The buyers all
wanted cattle and owing to that fact the
market was active and competition quite
lively. Everything that came in today as
well as some hold over stuff found ready
sale and at good values, considering the
quality and the weak feeling on the Kan
sas City market. The buyers are taking
hold in good shape now and good to choice
butchers' stuff finds ready sale. Stockers
and feeders are slow sale.
The supply of hogs was the largest by
several hundred of any previous day in the
history of the yards. They commenced
coming early and kept coming all day and
were still coming when the market closed.
The market opened about steady at $3.55,
which is 2c below yesterday's closing
price, and the bulk of packers' grades sold
at those figures, in fact all grades includ
ing Mexico's and lights, did not vary much
from those figures. Late reports from
Kansas City reported market 5c lower and
buyers here dropped price 2c and several
car loads changed hands at those prices.
Several cars of late arrivals were unsold.
The market closed a little weak.
WICHITA LIVE STOOK MAEKET,
Wichita. Kan.. July 23.
CATTLE.
The supply was fair and tho market active, as all
the buyers were on hand and wanted cattle. The
offerlns were composed mostly of fair to Rood
JmtchT's cows and heifers and a few head of steers.
Kverj thlnn told that was. offered. There is a I. ey
(.cmpctiliou between buyers these days and this
makes an active m;uket and Kood prices. The de
mand is, mostly for good butcher's grades The mar
ket closed stroup.
Native Rhipplne steers, rood to extra,. .?3 75 Gl 00
Good to extra naUve butchersteers, HCOS
lawibs 5.71 .17j
Good butcher steer. 8001050 3 5 (3.1 iO
Native feeding steer 2 73 ." 00
Native stockers 2 50 (a 2 70
Choice cows and heifers 2 25 (32 7
I'airto Rood cows and heifers 200 2 2U
Hulls and Mat's 150 (22 00
Tat yec.rlini 2 SO &i 75
Good jearlint's 2 25 2 50
Graes cows 1 l (41 85
Cauuers 125 & M
I'oorercradcsaiul scallawags - 100 s 1 25
Vcalcalves 4 50 fc7 00
ItEPItESENTATIVE SALES.
Following nro tho representative sales of cattle at
the stock yards today:
No. Description. Ar'se. Price.
.1 Choice Heifers IftB 2 M)
1 Cow 2tn 2 50
S Cows 1U0 2 40
1 Heifers !vi 2 35
2 Cows 11.4) 'i'M
1 Cow 12S0 2. TO
4 Heifers KS0 2 25
1 Cow 1210 2 25
V Co as and heifers 810 2 25
1 Cow 1133 2 17
5 Cows and heifers 7!!2 2 In
4 Cows and heifers S'SO 2 00
1 Heircr Krfl 2 00
l cow lirro 20.1
15 Cows S15 200
fi Cows and heifers !73 1!0
1 Cow 10SO I'M
18 Cows nnd heifers 74.1 173
2 Heifers 610 1(2)
1 Catinor 1150 1 50
4 CaiiiK-rs 717 150
4 dinners li 140
1 Sf-allawni: 1420 125
:; Hutch, r steers. li:l 3 25
fi Stoufc s.tcers .H3 2 75
1 Stocksteer 850 2 00
noes.
The re elpts were tho largest In tho history of this
mat ket bv several hundred. Every train brought
ho,:s from every direction and they were still com
ing when the market clo-ed, and several carloads
which cume ma lilt!olut weie unsold. The mar
ket was a little weak from tho opening and lato
Miles were 2c lower. Packers' grades, heavies and
pigs told at much tho sumo grades. All tho hogs
Uere sorted, a bulk of tho pig1 going to a Chicago
urdiT buyer, and Mexico took the heavies. The
market closed a little weak.
representative sat.vs.
JTic following are the lepresentativo sales of hogs
lit tin-yards today:
No.
4C
IS
m
71
Dock Av.
120 "51
SO 217
.... 221
231
Prico.
J3 55
3 55
3 55
.'t.-vi
3 55
3 55
3 ."vi
No.
S7
SI
51
ia
87
14
4
10
4
3
f
17
4
II
lil
!)
fi
It
I!
21
Dock
SO
Price.
355
3 n2
3 52
3 saw.
3 5214
3 5
3 55
3 55
3 55
3 ,Vi
3 5."
3 .55
3 55
3 55
3 55
3 55
3 55
3 55
3 52t
3 ..'
3 5U
3 (5
120
40
40
'io
'120
SO
2C0
80
HI
)
40
2J0
120 2-il
M XICO'S.
123 3(1)
23S
237
233
21S
210
217
211!
21(5
2i
231
21ft
204
251
21,"
102
120
It 0
4J
40
4 j a
3KI
4(H
352
M)
:4i
Xt7
372
:t 55
3 5"t
3 55
3 55
3 55
3 55
3 55
855
335
3 51
til)
3b5
Hood mutton sheep, HValOO ..
Hood btock ewes, 7580
S 5054 no
3 25(23 50
uocl stock. wetlifi, .oj
3 OOj3 5)
Ooodtuvxtiu lambs 4 1031 59
Hricr Mention.
Lots of hog.
Market a little weak.
Cattle market active and firm.
Bijiest run of hogs yet.
"Whittaker was a heavy buyer today.
Armour shipped 011 hogs to Kansas City.
Grimes was making thiugs lively on the
cattle market.
McGregor shipped out a air of cattle and
light hogs.
Hoc: purchases today: "Whittnker 1,416,
Kohl .VJ4, Jones & Stiles 4S4, Mexico 1TG.
Total number weighed up today J,G00.
Mr. Frank Stcck shipped two double
deck cjirs of pigs and lights to Jones &
Stiles, Chicago, on an order today, and
was a heavy buyer on that grade of stock
to till an order which t he J. II. Campbell
company h.ivo from those farties. Good
6trong prices were paid by him.
George Hrinley came in from Haviland
with a air of aittle.
Patterson & Barnett, Arkansas City, had
a car of mixed stock on the market.
C. H. Elliott, Wilmot, was in with a car
of hogs and ode car of mixed .stock.
D. 5r. Hutchison, Haverhill, had two
cars of hogs at the yards.
Anderson Bros., Bentley, sent in a car of
hogs.
"William GroiiTenstoin, city, was looking
over the yards.
Blakemau & Hearne, Leon, marketed
hogs.
C. A. Cliff, Bluff, sent in a car of hoc.
Lee Nichols, Kochester, came in with
a air of hogs.
"V. T. Bulkley, Rose Hill, was on tho
market with a air of hogs.
Captain T. Xeal, of Neal & Son, Pratt,
came in with two cars of hogs.
J. M. Ratclnff, Cunningham, had in two
cars of hogs.
L. F. Means sent in two cars of hogs
from Goddard.
H. Mills, Newton, had hogs on tho mar
ket. Smith & Stoiner, Lyons, sent in a car of
boss.
F. D. Gates, Rosalia, marketed hogs.
L. M. McCrockliu came in from Derby
with a cr of hogs.
Win. Gnwthrop, of Garden Plains, was
on the market with a "car of hogs.
Col. E. Neff sent in a car of hogs from
Avkausas City.
D. Winn Udall had a car of hogs at the
yards.
A. Hunfbauer came in fromMulvane
with a car of hoi;s.
J. T. Hammers & Sons, Clearwater,
marketed hogs.
P. Sparks sent in a air of hogs from
Norwich.
A. G. Burchinall, Ewell, had in a car of
hotcs.
White & Cain, Freeport, marketed hogs.
John Siceloff, Belle Plains, had hogs at
the yards,
C. G. Ihivis came in from Clearwater
with a car of hogs.
E. J. Richmond, South Haven, sent in a
car of hogs.
"W. T. Deweese, of Deweese & Nunn,
Mayfield, was on the market with a car of
hogs.
P. J. Quigley, Harper: marketed a car of
hogs.
A. "Wisher, Harper, marketed a car of
hogs.
J. P. Salmons, Kingman, had in a car of
hogs.
J. B. Kell sent in a car of hogs from
Peck.
Horner & Roberts, Kingman, marketed
hogs.
Morgan & Morgan, Augusta, sent in a
car of hogs.
Ed Weidlein, Augusta, had a car of hogs
on the, market.
H. C. Rison, Andover, was on the
market with a car of hogs.
J. H. Chesney came in from Eldorado
with a car of hogs.
"W. J. Gillchrist of Gillchrist Bros.,
Valley Center, was on the market with a
car of hogs.
W. P. Pack, Mound Ridge, marketed
hogs.
Golden & Hanner, "White "Water, had
in a car of hogs.
Xorris & Gard, Funley, were in with a
car of hogs.
George Houser, Marion, had two cars of
hogs on the late market.
J. H. Gard came in from Aulne with a
car of hogs.
J. H. Xeiman, "White "Water, had in a
car of hogs.
LIVE STOOK MARKET.
By Telegraph.
St. 1,0ms. Mo July 20.-CATTLE . Receipts.
5400; shipments K)0. Market active, lower; native
M fl?4 50: stockers and feeders. $2 2.V33M: Texans
and Indians $2 30S3 50; HOGS Receipts 4.S0O. snlp
liients. 400. Market higher; heavy; W 901 00;
picking $3 SO-! 90. SHEEP Receipt. 3900. ship
ments 40). Market steady. Fair to choice
$4 005 10.
Kansas Citv. Mo.. July 29. CATTLE Reoelpts
10400: shipments 4100. Market steady to 10c lewer.
Native ." 25(53 45; cows $1 508)3; stockers and feeders
t'itltoZ 33: ranee steers 3 r.i385: ranee cows. $1 50
1 it). HOGS Receipts 22100; shipments 1SJ0; steady to
5c lower; bulk $3 70: all tirades fofi7 3 75. hHEEP
Receipts 4.W); shipments 1SU0. Market steady;
Iambs 4 6Vw 35. Good to choice mutton fi U0
&l "5. Stockers and feeders $2 753 25.
Chicago, 111., July 23. The Drovers' Journal
reports: CATTLE-Recelpt. 15.000 shipments 4000.
Market strong to 10c higher. Reeves 14 tVV?4 90; 6teers
$3 504 45; stockers and feeder. $2 -M53 20; cows,
bulls and mixed $1 40?3 50; Texas cattle $1 503
3 40, western ranges t'i 10?3 80. HOGS Receipts.
15.000; shipments 450J. Market lower. Minted.
J.I 753 03 heavy fcl 7(11 5lh light, 3 S04 03,
Bkps 2 OMS 70. bHEEl' Receipts 5000: sliip
ments 1000, Market steadv. western il 00&1 50; Tex
ns 3 75ij.4 00, laaibs $i 755 'JO..
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita. Kan- July 29.
Wheat Receipts 7400 bushel. The supply was
rather liberal toda. There is not much change
4ince our last report. The market rules arm acd ac
tlvo at quotations.
Corn Receipts. 13000 bushels. The supply was
double that of esterday. Thera is no cnanseln
price. TIib demflnd is active and market strong at
(juotatiens.
O.its The supply seems to be increasing as well
as the price. Tneprlcels up 2 cents today and not
enotisu coming in to supply tne aemanu,
GRAIN Car lots on track:
WHEAT Good mlllinsr, old and new, soft, 7i
hard C372;other grades. 00c nnd down'
CORN No 3 or better 35c, hlte 35c
OATS-27c.
RYE No 3. or bettor 35c.
HA Y $4 50 per ton in car lots.
GROUND CORN-Chop in car lots 75c per 100 lbs
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPE
New York Money.
New Yonir. July 29.
Money on call easy, ranging from 3 to 4 per cent,
last loan 3, closed offered at 3.
Prime mercantile paper oMtibS
Sterling exchange quiet and unchangedat $4 E5 for
GO da; bills and tl S'J for demand.
Chlraso Grain and Produce.
Chicago, 111.. July 29. Wheat Quite a largo
business w.is again transacted in this market and
the feeling developed was unsettled and nervous.
The opening was about Jf&lc lower than yeeterday's
closing, ruled easy and further declined, but later
suddenly dropped strengtli and within a few min
utes prices were advanced l?fi2c. Prices receded
Use, tiuctiiated some and closed about 9c lower
than yesterday.
Corn There was a large day's trading In this
market and Huctuations covered a wide range. The
market opened wild and excited at li62c under the
closing quotations of jesterday, was weak but soon
tinned up, advanced lc, rcicted later l$e, sold up
again Ilc, ruled easy and closed Dlihic lower
than yesterday.
Oats An unsettled feeling prevailed and prices
coered a good range, Tho opening Mas weak at
Jji45Sc decline, and prices receded c more for Sep
tember and lie for May undor fair offeiint'. A firm
er feeling de eloped and prices advanced llMc. re
ceded c, became (Inner and again advanced !?c
and closed steady at a net gain of &3.1c o er yester
day's clo e.
I'ork Prices ruled Irregular.
Lard Closed comparatively steady at medium
figures.
hhort Ribs Active. Closed steady at medium fig
ures. The leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT July 92Jic, August 92Jfc September 9
CORN .Tilly 45c, August 45c. September 45c.
OATS Julv 3IWc, August Stc. September SSHc
PORK July $U 50; August til 75; September
111 75.
LARD August fG 10; September 16 37,'; October
$C "14-
SHORT RIBS August 5 22 September $5 37;
October f5 45.
Cash quotations were as tollows:
FLOUR -Firm, unchanged
VHEAT No L' spring, y2h'c: red, 03Jc.
CORN No. 2. 45c
OATS-34w34
RYE 53V,S54c.
AKLE Nomlniu.
FLAXSEED-tl 31c.
TIMOTHY-SI 4231 45.
PORK-S12 50.
LARD-fi 10.
SHORT R115S-SIdes$5 20$5 25.
SHOULMJRS Dry salted j 62&5 75.
SHORT CLEAR SIUES-t5 OOa 15.
WHl&KY- 12.
SUGA R Cut loaf 77?c; granulated 6'fc; stand
ard A GJIc.
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 92,W fi.000
Corn 313 HW 373.0)0
Oats 277.11.0 133,1100
RUTTER Higher. Fancy epirator I'&Yic.
fine creamery, 14dl5c, finest diary. HSIoj, good dai
ry !10h'e.
EGUS-123l2.c
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas err v. Ma. July 29.
Tho Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR NX. 05c; XXX 75c; family $1 K choice
f 1 40: fancy Jl TO: extra fancy ?1 SlKsl S5- pateut
fi ll 2 la.
WHEAT Weaker nnd lower. No. 2 hard cash July
83t.c bid. S n-ked. Hulv S2Ja bid, S3 asked; No. 2
led cash MU bid SS asked.
CORN Higher. No. 2 cash 59 bid, 40H asked;
July .-5ic.
OATs-Higher No. 2 cashSlta bid. 32H asked;
Jnlv .nic.
RYE Steady. No 2 cash and Jn" 4Gc bid, no
offering.
IICTTER Unchanged, creamery fancy 14l.c.
other creamery lU13c; dairy S13c; store packed
Gfelrtc
EGGS Dull at 7lc
HAY Unchangetl. Strictly fancy prairie IS 00.
MILLSTL'FF Irregular.
CC RN M EA It 55c.
COKNCHOP-51C
URaN 45c
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common Jo CS
refined f 3 7a
FLAXSEED-Jl 25. ....
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins lOIlc; West
ern S!c. Young America KKUc klmmel 4g5.
LIVE POULTRY Firm, go.1 demand. Choice
hens 3 I)i3 25. small fat $i cOKi .x roosters 2 00
2 50. spring chicKens $1 25jJ2 OX.
PROVIMONS-steady.
HAMS-J10 50.
RREAKFAT RACON-J35X
DRIED REF.r-JT 51.
DRIED SALT MEATS-Short clear sides J6 00;
dry long clear $6 00; shoulders Jo 50.
SMOKED ME-VTV-Ijoog clfcir Je 0i shoulders
JC (Xk short clear sides Ji 50.
PORK f 13 00.
LAilDReflned. J7 25.
St. Louis Prodne.
St. Louis. Mo Jnly 73.
WHEAT Cash lower 91ac, options lower Au
gust SI September 9JS&
CORN Richer. Cash l2ijc. July Uc, August
42fcc, September -Hc,
OAT Lower. Cash 54Hc bid. August Sic. Sep
tember S3ic.
PORK-gulet cash. HI 2a.
LARD-yulet. straight prime steam S5.
KLOCR-Quiet and weak but unchanged.
R YE Hifihen No 2 cash. 32c bid
H.VY-Pfame S1I; Timothy J12 C0315.
BUaN-jCiV
FLAX.EL'b-Hicher.casaSl 31.
LEAD Dull, no demand, severs f 4 27tc
HI' ITER -Easy. Creamery rJcwlSc
EUGs Steady.
JOM3IISSION AGE2STS.
ABSTRACTERS.
A. J. AFRLEGATE.
tWiia A. D. IHryJ
Ab3traoter, Oonveyancar k Notary Public.
Fine craaehtlnr a specialty. C
to any land In Secswlck county.
Fine draaehtlnr a specialty.
anv land In Sedswlck couni
Complete abstracts
Room T15 ?edc-
wick hftek. cr
county balldisc
wkkhhck. CR be found dnrlac business toars at
f-9E--E?
31. C. CAMPBELL,
Cattle Salesman.
J.O.DAvrtpox.Pres. C. A. WAtKEE, V. P.
Join DEItST, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PATD UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'RS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Larcest Paid Up Capital of any Bank la tho StaU
of Kansas.
Shippers of Live Stock can sare "both
time and money "by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZEXS BANK.
Arthur Faiillcncr, Cashier
ATTORNEYS AT !LAW.
thos. c. Wilson. Jos. a. Bbubacher.
City Attorney.
WILSON & BEUBACHER,
Attorneys at law. 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. IL dl08-tf
V. P. CAMPUELL. Jas. I..
CAMPBELL DYER,
Attorneys at Law, Wlctttto, Kan.
lOGtf
H. C. Sluss. W. E. Stanley.
SL USS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita. Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
1 . R. Hallo well, J. E. Home
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLOWELL & HUME.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
A. P. Rohrba uon. wTllTRArjcil.
HOHltBA UGH ,C BA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United States and
Canada. No. 117 Main St.. Wichita. Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer,
.nnsas.
Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N. Main St.. Wichita,
dl04-tf
John W. Adams. O. w. Adams.
ADAMS & ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, llrst stairway east of the
Wichita National Bank. 110-tf
DENTISTS.
BB. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work guaranteed nrst-claas. Office
US East Douglas avenue over Paul Jones & Co.'s
drug store, Wichita, Kansas. 151-tf
BB. E. H. CBEDITOB.
DentiFt. OITlce 114 N. Main over Smith & Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence 620 N. To
peka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. 91-tf
Full sets of teeth 15. J8 and $10;
Gold Fillings tl and up; Slher 75c,
Extracting with co.irame 50c. AVe
guarantee satisfaction.
jyPainless Dentists.
BOYD'S DENTAL BOOMS,
Dr. T. F. Eovn. Da. J. A. HoLLtNatUGKR
113 East Douglas A enne. 100
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BOGERS,
The Photographer. Pictures in nil sizes and styles
He also carries tho finest assortment of picture
frames in the city. Glvo him a trlendly call anJ
examine samples.
REAX ESTATE AGENTS
Fred W. Israfl. R, C. Israel
ISRAEL BROS,
REAL ESTATE AXD RENTS.
Sucli liargains as we can now offer in Wichita
propertv and Sedgwick county farm lands wero
never offered before. Money carefully invested for
non-residents and their Wichita interests properly
and faithfully cared for. If you want to uuy you
will save nioncv by listing your wants with us.
Office 2d floor. 1!j North Market, Israel building.
Reference Wichita National Hank. dls-lf
VETERINARY SURG'S.
J. M. PHILLIPS. S. E. PHILLIP3.
BHITsLirS 0 riTTLTABS,
KTERINARY SURGEONS.
Graduates of tho Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo aro prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. We use an operating table
Instead of throwing horses.
Office, 111 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
No.71. lJ9-tf
ARCHITECTS.
C. W. TEBBY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Blttinj: block, WIctiltk, Kansas
Rooms 16 nd IT
W. B. McBHEBSON,
Architect. Room 13, No. SCO Korth Main Street,
Wlcnita. Kansan. 117-tf
W. T. PKOUUrOOT. O. W. BIRD
PROUDFOOT & BIBD,
Architects and Superintendents. Office la Fech
helnier block.
PHYSICIANS.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Disease of the
Eye, Ear. Ncre and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting chunev
Office IK N Market street,
Israel &. Myers block.
DB. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON
orrics
i31 Ea-t Douglas Are.
Professional Caiit Attended Promptly. Si-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB.
Female and children s diseases a spreclalty. Home
or Ladles during c nflnement strictly prlvitr
.i hn so desired. Letters of Inquiry confidential
nd answered immediately on receipt of s-ame.
Home, 711 South Id are WjchlU.. Kan. HS-tf
DB. CROSKEY.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY,
Office hours 9 to 10 a. m 1 to 4 p. m Sunday. 9 to
lOSXa. fit. Room 1 Kechhelmer Building.
E. Y. MUNSELL. M. D.
SPECIALTIES:
Medical and snrsical dL
ease of Ei e. Ear. Nxe. and
Throat. Removal of facial
asi d ot her blemishes; and flt
t.n spectac le.
Otr.ee and residence. 1200
South Emporia. Ci-tt
DOCTOR JENNINGS
Has opened of5ees over LS North Slain street. Wich
ita. With the pract.c . ' saeral medicine and or-
cery Dr. Jennings win combine special work oa tbe
5
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EDUCATIONAL.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
WICHITA. KANSAS-
Eoard ar.d taltioa. p- annum, llil Addre.
Sister Sup'rtor. SiSersor Caanty. R V II. K6-tf
Are vou going west' Are you going
east ti o, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rats
to all points. City ticket office. KO East
Douglas avenue, corner 2iain street.
itttf
Bllx
;sii
ELDRME & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas,
REFERENCE-Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Xafl Bank.
R. W
ELDRIDGE.
llos Salesman.
Special Information br "Wire Free on Application.
HAH : STOCK : COMMISSION : MERCHANTS
ItAILROAJD TI1TETABLES.
jnssorBi pa erne it. r.
trains.
1 AHK1VE 1 LEAVE
Fort Scott. Kansas City. t.
Louis and eastern ex 710A3ii S15pji
Fort Scott. Kansas City, St. j
Louis and eastern ex. ' C30p ji 1230 pm
Conwav Springs, Anthony I
andXlowaex. lOlOAil! 730AM
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex I SOOpji, 415pm
Hutchinson, Sterling and! I
Geneseo passenger- (SOpmi 740am
Hutch.. Kanapolls, Pneblol
and Denver ex I 1115a Jl 20PM
AH trains run dally. 1
Depot Second and Wlcnita streets; ticket office 127
North Main street. E. E. Blecklei".
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
new time table chicago. kock island &
pacific uailwav.
("Oreat Rock Island Route.n
In effect on and after July C. 1ST0L
TRAIN?
I ARRIVE LEAVE
GOING NORTH AND HAST. 1
No. 2 Colorado Springs.'
Denver and Pacific Coast 1
Express daily ' 550AJI
No.'J Kansas City, St. Louis!
and Chicago. Through
Mailand ex.daily I Mam
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis!
and Chicago night ex.!
daily. 1 f45pii
No. e2 Accommodation.
daily except Sunday. 3135am
COI.SG SOUTH.
No. 3 Kansas Cilv St T.nnU
fSaPM
1215PiI
and Chicago ex. daily .. ..
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis1
C35AM 640AH
aim cnicago tnrougii mail.
rand ex. daily I 525pji
No. 61 Accommodation, dally
except Sunday ' 200 pi
730pm
230 pm
Elegant reclining chair cars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trams. Tickets
Fold and baggage checked through to all points
north, south, east and west, and steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket office 100 East Douglas avenue, corner 3Ialn
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 199.
C. A. RcrriEnFOrtD, Ticket Agent.
Jno. Sedartian. G. T. & P. A., Chicago, 111.
ST. LOUIS A SAN FRANCIBCO R. R.
TRAINS. I ARRIVE LEAVE
Going West, pass (to Ells-:
worth) 25 A 11 625AM
Going west, pass, (stops at
Hurrton) 450pm 455pm
Going East, passenger. I SOU A M 905AM
Going East, passenger. . .. 1 1CS5PM lOlOPil
Going East I 225PM
Going Vi'K to Currton I 227pm
City Union Ticket office. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas acnue.
WICHITA A WESTERN It. R.
TRAINS.
Going West, pass, (daily)..
Going West, rrelght
Going East, pass
Going East, freight. . .
805AM
300 PM
D. H. Rhodes, Freight &, Pass. Agt. 122 N. Main
Supt., cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, and at
fuion Depot, Douglas avenue. W. D. Mcrdock.
ATCHISON. TOl'EKA A SANTA TE II. R.
i ARRIVE I LEAVK
NORTH AND EAST.
Denverexpress
Eastern express
Colorado and California ex
press Chicago express
south avi west.
Oklahoma fc Panhandle ex
Texas Express
Caldwell Express
4 05 P m
1235 pm
400 PM
150pm
740 AM
4 05 P M
700 PM
4 10 P M
12 40 PM
410 PM
900 PM
740 AM
4 10 P M
700 PM
City Union Ticket office 122 North Main street,and
Union Depot. Dughis avenue.
Cheap Trip to Galveston.
The date, Jul 29 only; tho rate, one fare
for round trip; route, via the Santa Fe;
limit three clays south bound with final
limit of thirty days for return; stopovers
north bound only.
This is for excursion to Galveston or
ganized by board of trade of that city.
Gaiveston with its deep harbor and cool
sea breeze, its shipping and fine residences
is well worth a visit.
Nearest agent of Santa Fe will cheerfully
answer all questions about .this cheap ex
cursion. Through coaches and Pullman sleeping
cars from Wichita daily. "'Train leaves at
4:10 p. m. 50-tf
Blank charters and -all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The "Wichita Eagle,
d71 tf Wichita, Kansas.
To the Southern Kansas Fair at Wichita
Sept. 2D and 30 and Oct. 1, 2, 3 and 4. The
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe route will
place on sale excursion tickets at one fare
for the round trip to be sold from all sta
tions 150 miles distant.
G. T. Nicholson,
G. P. and T. Ag't, Topeka, Kan.
W. F. White, Pass. Traffic iMang'r,
34 tf Chicago, 111.
The Frisco line runs Pullman sleepers
reclining chair cars (seats free), daily to
St. Louis, without change. No other line
does this. 50 tf
The Santa I'c 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
morning, making all eastern connections.
The Galveston train leaves four hours and
forty-live minutes later and makes the
same time to Galveston. The Denver train
leaves forty minutes earlier and arrives at
Pueblo at 0:2a a. m., Colorado Springs 7:45
a. m., Denver 10:45 a. m. This train is
equipped with chair cars, Pullman and
dining cars and will not stop for meals as
formerly. dl2 tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trarv, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
OFFICIAL ROUTE TO BOSTON
The "Great Rock Island" has been
declared the official route
to tho
Rational Encampment,
Grand A rmy of the Republic,
at Boston.
By the Department of Kansas. Special
trains will leave Topeka at 5:25 p. m.
and Kansas City at 7:25 p. m.. Aujnist
Stn, and run through to Boston with
out chansre.
This will he the finest train of the t
season, nnd will consist of 1 ree Ke
clininir Chair cars. Pullman Tourist
and Pullman Palace sleeping cars.
Tickets will be on sale at
One Fare for the Bound Trip.
which is only one cent per mile from
Topeka or flic Missouri Hirer, good to
return until August 25, and by special
arrangements in Bo?tou can be ex
tended until September 30. Tickets
will be on sale August 6th to Angust
10th. inclusive. The above rate wilt
be open to all, and ample accomoda
tions will be provided for those who
buy their ticketa yia the
Chicago. Rock Island X- Pacific R't.
Kansas is coingto capture ihe Nation
al encampment in 1&90. and the peo
ple of the state should attend the Bos
ton Reunion this year in force. For !
information of any kind, reservation
of Sleeping. Tourist or Chair Car ac
commodations, addresss the depart
ment commander at Sabetha; S. F.
Boyd. Ass't Gen'l Ticket and Passen
ger Act., Topeka: orT. J. A-nderbon.
Gen'l Agt., Topeka-
J'0. SEBASTIA",
Gen'l Ticket and Pas. Agent
E.ST. JOHN,
Gen'l Manager.
CHICAGO. ILL.
l Yard. Ml VTtt Dtri&tJi.
Branch c2ce U; North XJa- Teleyhcse IK. OX&
SCITWABTZ BROS.
fAr-ttrtett-j
c&non City.
toll KL
j:CLEN0E AITD PE0GBES&
POPULAR SCIENCE RECREATIONS
AND USEFUL KNOWLEDGE.
The Venerable Greendale Oalc at TTel
beck Abbey, England, Tbrtmch the
Trunk of Which tho Duka of Portland
Drove a Coach and Four.
Every one who is interested in the re
markable trees of England will appreciate
the portrait of the Grsadale oak of Wel
beck Abbey, England. It was a tree of such
unusual size 176 years ago that the then
Duke of Portland laid a wager that he had
In his park at Welbeck a tree so large that
he could drive a carriage and four through
a hole cut in the trunk. He won his bet
and ruined one of the most remarkable
trees in Europe, which, in spita of this bar
barous mutilation at the hands of the noble
proprietor of Welbeck, has continued to ex
ist almost in the same condition thatt ap
pears to have been in 1775, when the draw
ing of it was made that was published
eleven years later in Hunter's edition of
THB GHEEXDALE OAK.
"Evelyn's Sylva." Another portrait of tht
tree appeared in Hayman Rook's "Sketches
of Some Remarkable Oaks," published
in London in 1799. Rook states that
the Greendale oak was "thought to be
above 700 years old; and that, from its ap
pearance, there is every reason to suppose
that it had attained to that age at least."
He gives tho following statistics of its
size: Circumference of the trunk above the
arch, 35 feet S inches; height of the arch,
10 feet 3 inches; width above the middle,
6 feet 3 inches; height of tho top branch,
64 feet. The tree has probably increased
Very little since these measurements were
made just a century ago, although we
have not, nnfortunately, any recent au
thoritative measurements with which to
compare them. The archway, however,
has certainly been much narrowed by the
extension of the bark round the edges of
the cut since the duke drove his carriage
and four through it. Another portrait,
somewhat idealized, of the Greendale oak
appears on the title page of Strutt's noble
"Sylva Britannica," in which are gathered
thn portraits of the most venerable and
most interesting trees of Great Britain.
Thanks are due to Garden and Forest for
the foregoing illustrated description of
this noble oak.
The "Women of Aries.
Superbly situated at the point where the
two streams divide, the Aries of today
troubles itself very little about either its
ancient glories or its possibilities of mod
ern improvement. It is a cfry of dreams,
where the visible relics of all the ages
group themselves with carelesa grace and
a result of po.fect unity. Tho far famed
beauty of the Arlesiennes is of a distinctly
Greek type, straight featured, low browed
nnd delicate. It is enhanced by their grace
ful black costume, with swelling fichu of
white lace and coquettish little cap of tho
same material set high on the head and
bound with a broad black ribbon, one end
of which is left free nnd falls to the shoul
der. Young and old, these women, almost
without exception, have luxuriant hair,
curling lightly about the temples. Tho
smallness of the head as compared with
the size of the neck another strikingly
classic feature accounts in part, no doubt,
for their superb carriage. This, too, is a
beauty which they seem never to lose. I
have seen a heavy woman of 60, with the
marks of severe toil about her person and
carrying a big burden, who crossed the
central square of the town with the step
of an empress. Miss Preston in Century.
Women Are TVearlnc Lone Shoes.
A caref ni study of several hundred pairs
of feminine-feet on a busy thoroughfare
during shopping hours provoa that the
stubby foot has disappeared. PresomaJbly
it has lost its identity in a long, slim toed
shoe. Misses who formerly wore shoes to
short that toes could be counted pressing
against the forward end now have shoo
leather enough at this point to turn up be
yond the natural toes at each step.
Shoes that are too narrow for the feci
produce that tingling and burning sensa
tion which usually precedes the dormant
state of anestremity "gpnetoslet" Thia
is occasioned by retardation of the blood
ciroaJafcion. and la injurious to both head
and feet. No restraint can be placed on the '
circulatory system without affecting.othor i
parts than those where the restriction ij j
appKed.
Many persons who buy shoes with patent
leather caps or whole foxings think they
are gctting,the best there is of the kind,
whereas most cheap shoos are furnished
with split horsehide, japanned, and not
patent calf at all. Shoe and Leather Re
porter. Powder on tne Fee.
Powder? "VThat can I say! Nothing is
rnore hideous than a face so thickly cov
ered with powder that it looks as If it had
been whitewashed; and yet a greasy skia
Is not pretty. If you must use powder, j
learn to apply it well that la, make iti j
presence irapcrceptlblo by smoothing ii .
elfghtly oxer the skin. The beat cloth for I
the purpose Lt an old linen handkcremei,
one that k in its "rere &ad yellow age so
far as tatters are concerned. If you wian
to make your neck lok a little whiter for
the erening, put on a very tbia coating of
vaseline, let it rerawn aew minutes, and
then appiy the powST, which, of csuts,
must be done by sccneoae else if you
would here it perfectly CTen. Bewow of
too much po'vror advice vtry often
needed. Many women mast" learn how to
apply even a little properly, and if you
would stop to think awhile probably yon
would wifcdy decide to ue none at aiL
DelracatOT.
Hon- English Ladle Vtd Jo TTork.
In Ms "HLsory jf the Domestic Manners
and Sentiments in Eagiaad" Sir. Wright
tills us that down to about the cko cf tht
Sixteenth ctury women, ts a rale, wer
closely confined to their domestic i&bors.
An Eye to Zrntln.
Photographer 'to young lady) There Is
no need of telling you to look pleasant,
miss. Such a face cannot l otherwis
than pieaat.
Young Lady (gradoujsljv-1 will take
two dorn. sr, lastead of one dozen. Bos
ton Cyaxitr.
5t .&. bnt Tree.
"Wife Xow this is a nice tirae for yo U
come home from th lodgel Here It is half
part. 2.
Husband What of il If I badn't je
to the lodge at all it -onld be half psit.2
rest, the same- wouldn't iti Texas Sft-
.JsilillF
ADVERTISE
o.
COLUMN.
THE PEOPLE'S C0LUM2S.
Your Wants Supplied.
The following rates usder the different headless
will be charesd.
tSTPayable Strictly in Advance.
No adTertlseaiests taken for less than 10 cents.
One Una advertisements charged same rate as two
11a as.
NO ADVERTISEMENTS TASEN -TO RUN UN
TIL JKBiDDtN."
Hices clren undar classified heads la this column
uErHcable only to local advertisements. No foreign
odrert!smrtits taien at prices given
Anarrers to adrertlaeroentK sent in careofxthe
EAQI.Z odce should be tttlled for jrithln 10 days
after InsertVon. When advertisers Wlsa rrplys for
irarded to tfcem stomped envelopes must 2e seat.
Reference to former advertisements &So61i ctt-e
description and date of Insertion or corj of tte ad
vertisement should be sent
Not rosprailble tcr advertisements given or dls
eonttnaea by telephone.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
Domestics.
AV
ANTED-A COMPETENT COOK AT
Laivrence ave.
17 N
ere-
-TTTAVTED-A COMPETENT OIRI. FOR CJEN
TT era! housework. Apply at 610 Waco avenue.
CI 2
"TTTJANTED-A OOOD GIRL GOR GENERAL
housework In family of four. Liberal v. apes'
Enquire at 112 E. Douglas. 91 t
""ANTED TWO GOOD DINING ROOM GIRLS
at John Nau's, 217 E. Douglas. bl 61
A
''ANTED A GIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSK-
work. Call at once attfH . Kmporia. cai-bt
"rANTED A GOOD OIltL TOR GENERAL
housework lo a mail family. Gpnnan pre
ferred; good wates. Inquire at 5i( North Empurta
avenue. d S-tf
w
ANTED-A GOOD GIRL at NK5 North v
rente. 9 tf
Nurses.
Laundressses.
Miscella n eous.
SITU A TIONS FEMALE.
Under this head lo per line per day.
Domestics.
Nurses.
Houslceepers.
M iscella n eous.
DEESSMAELTNG.
Under this Head 2c per line per day.
It A N TED MALE HELP.
t nder this head 2c por line per day.
Trades.
"ITANTEI)-AT ONCE A OOOD UAKItEK,
(white). Wces12 per woek. No bumlny
work. Address John Dohrer. Medicine Lolee. Kau.
tB8-
TAN-i'KL'-A GO'CirilOlfSirTRAIN K R. MUST
i hnve experience. Reference required. Ad
dress llox HI.MuUaue. Kali. t3 4
"I'lANTKrWTWENTY COOI'EUS TO MA K B
lard tierces; best prltcs, Kood stock, steady
employmfnt. J.M. Mooru.t Co., Wichita, Kan,
dlW-tf
TUT ANTED-A GOOD BARBER (WHITE) AT
VV once. was8 J 12 per week. No fcuuday work.
Addrcas John Dohrer, Medicine Lodge, Kan. dSSet
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
Boys.
Satesmen,
Misceallan eous.
-IXfANTED-A GOOD MAN TO DO GENERAL
vorknbout a place for a private family. MuM.
have esperlente and furnlt.li relerencr. Apply at
CIA E. Douglas ai c-
SITU A TJONS-MALE.
Lnder this head lc per line per day.
Trades.
Bookkeepei'S.
Boys.
Salesmen.
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Miscella neons.
Employment Agencies.
Under this head lc per line per day.
AGENTS WANTED.
Lnder this head 2c ptrllne per day.
WANTKD-AGENTS TO SELL THE PINLB88
Clothe Line, the only line evr laveMM
that holds the clothe without pln a perfect c
ce". patent recently lMed. kw only by tiiU. to
w hum Ihe cicltiMvn right i iflven. oa rw.ed&t of W
cent. we vrill M-nil a Kmple iioeby mail. alM etrru
lan, pr!e l!t and t-rns to Kenl, yorn yoar
U-rritory at OTiti- Addre The i'liile i lotben
Line cb., 1 Hermoo btreet. Wortw:-r. Va
litst-iaS
WA NTED AOENTis-1 N KNKRY CITY. TOWN
and vtllaee m the raited SUK exept In
ftate of Kansas to lake mit-criplloan IctBi-jtr
can make tuoney. No capital rt-jimd. fnjpi
copies free. Cash commlMtuu, money caa be raade
by cett.ntT P club. Address the V u.bita licl.
Vk hit, Kan. n"
WANTED M J SCELLA NEO US
AV
riNTED-!IOAKD AND ROOMH FfW I.ADY
i .ml rfauT-htr M vers old la wnf family
where there are no other boardars, Ad4r totay.
witn price. X. Y. Z.. Utts oOlce. J
AV
-ANTED-SOMB ONE WITH IUO) OR MORE
t tah wholslelr-MOf eart 1 an wb-
1iKm1 -hoirAie bttia-A. lie wtli And a eixxl
opnlBC for hlm'lf or caa baeparter If elr
i wbo will t nrta ejol atBeaat ad rao or-tr4 a
stock of everl thmtaA dlUr' worth f svd U
nork wtth. Addres -Prt." eir of fcai oa
fit S
WANTED-A HORE.HrOGYAND rtARNEHS
all M-W -tntm toe auk. lnir- nw
T Eichanse bolwiag. at-tk yrda. d 9-f
WANTED EVERYBODY TO DO TO THE
Womaa s Excfcce tot a ceod 2 ert tmr
Good laoche and U ceat. J?L
H-ANTED-LADIES TO KNOW THATTTIEY
ca ert tb- ceir-'l Ottva Mraaidi Moairsn'
UlUN rifUave. Mr. E. Co. Q1 Agt. d QVW
T-ATErorari7bri"TRAbE A PHAETOW
V for a tapzr vrz trirti. r a cl
id poay rk to rt a drre. Adde PVa-.
ton. care Eale eOc -
TrrA?TTEDfo"TRDr A 'HAYDOCK- TOf
bo.rr in ant ei roadtuo for a Jmmp
earrtase
A44reo 't '' tajrii. o mt
YT-ANTED-TO BI'Y OR TRADK J"OK A
dovbi M-.tM. tof bo T. S.SM V ..
Call or addreM L. R. Urn Wcc.as , efty
it? -a
AV
A NT?n-PATIENT'S-1 HATE A POtTITE
car- lor U' wwu ea r. e tuxtilr
Uon rvaraat4 la al - ail r a4f Jtary
L. .-pee-, 0 S. WJeMla trt. 4 M-t-
V
ANTED-STOKRAD CATTLK TO PAJTrCHE
Calkxt mr ta Mr. M rxwty. n
rra ad wa E. K nmaMvf Sv-r
AV
ANTE-CX.ERKS. '&OOK XEKPXWa. STEX
tr ?- asd tmet.wt. r-rn. or etfcr
por tw t T !" OrtvmxiAT fm?mx,
M Ike aterre bracfc-. to call at lb oaataiters
iiia'-u rojs. wur Zocstaa aad Tityt'tM trv
no WtcfcKa. Kx- tatt
AV
ANTED-POLITICS AS TELEGRAPH OPXX-
atr or sua n .! yeart xnrl a
faaafllar nth zwu mGtc -"ri. t-Ury Ur. Ad-dre-w
K. M. H- eare Eafie cSc& JM'
AV
ANTED-ALL fOLOtER TO caIX 0f
taetr & ensarade at araM. f otjLim Jta( H
Ab. vr IK Vcta XATtrt. aad ataao tffinoxtitm
tor j-vikm. 1m kau years of i prV-e ta lo tana-a-.
4vTe a to )wr rttlst -wta b ot mr
Ukf TtM Mm. u;eft tat titw
tally prpzT6 to to a! tKt yac cy
bv ta e ! f jr aaUiCa- vttu. Utf
W
TASTED -numfiHSASUf ATLTE TO PA.
vmr. jtti e jaKW or in mm -
kr. A y ta J f Ha am CiMf Kr or
Ute wta'i k Eo lareMakeaA eaai mct -yL"S
lMf
FOB SALKMiftlncoH.
X aa-r lata 4 J-3- Tmmy s.
-rym sal m Tvi-5f rmt ".
r zrotcUtgr ??
tf Ptm rfa. ya-m. Adw lar .
.T
ooV
INI t
TWO-fCENT
I
THE PEOPLE'S C0LUM.
Tour Wants Supplied,
F 5AJii!LSR.. JRADE-TSa ACRES GOOD
JtS&S te cood team la trade. In
quire Sa . Jlead aTe. a jni
F
R SATF TTV VRm-r o.v-i .t. nm, r
sale at till E. Douglas. Rifa&Co. dOO-St
TWEVTy-FiVE CENTS A, HUNDRED. AT
this oSce. old papers alu& for picktar. aut
Unr under carpets, eu-. inBtt
FOR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHOPvT 1LAND
writers' note books, blank receipts and ooto
books and lecal blanks of every kind. MaS ordscs
promptly attended to. can on or aixlres- tho wfcjt
ta Easle, Wichita, Kan, uo.
FOR J:-1 ,S-APlK I.rrScQR.PH
map cfthecltyof Wichita; elves caraet of rfrrofcs,
Sabllcbulldlnr. coUe.es, park . etc, Je litis on
nea paper, price 6 cents each: I forl0cent.sS
cents a doen. Address tho Wichita Kacla, TctJU,
Kan. dlw-U
FOR Sale DEED5, 3IORTOAOES AND ALL
kinds cf legal blanks: blank recetpl book, ooto
books, etc- at tho Wichita Easle oSce. Order by
mall promptly attended to. dlAtf
FOB SALE Cattle.
3A if) CATTL: FOR SALE-WE 11AVB 1
V 'yj native feedtnc steer, two year oW;
JO earllnc. 60 half breed two's. 3) jearllne. all nrr
city. Will sell cheap for cah, or six months Urao
with coed ecnrtly. one-thlnt caa. Alo J.OX11 aad
4-jearild half brted steer In Cherokeo strip pau
ure. one-third ra.h. balance six month. line. &i
tjulre on Eldrldjt- i Campbell, stock yardv Sit
FOR SALEHonsetwld Goods,
Cnder thl head ?c per hue or day
LOST.
LOT-ABOl'T KOI'R WKKK AGO. CERTIFI
cate No. W for i shares In 1-e Invealnient Oi,
KeltoF U.CUrL.inaR ear-lnpo with aaetkor
valuable paper. Reward foe return. R. Matthew.
I2 N. Jtam st. dS
LOfrT-A THRESHING ACCOCNT HOOK CO.V
tatnlne W in mosey Flader will bu rewartled
by lea inir same at S33 .. Main. d 10-61
I" o.t-wkdnesdayaienoon'anopen
1 facesiltrr match, eletn make, &derwt bo
rewarded by leaving at 5U R. Doustas ave. d X-l
STRAYED.
t'nder this head 5c per Una per day.
STRAYED-1LAKGK OEEsE FKO THE ST.
.. lauois hospital, llndor will pleo notify No.
SUff N. Foarth ave, A S?
QTRAYED-OXK DARK BAY HORSE MUI.R
O from Klncman City. Kac the marks: Heraaa
no-e, knee sprune and short stubby UU. Itewaru
for lHformathHi or If returned to b. F. Vaallooxer.
Klncman, Kan daj-fit
BOABDERS.
Vnder this head So per line perdy.
WANTED Horsea ndjnMclai.
a'nTe1-TO HIRE A OOOD. OENTI.R
hote and two.atol bnecy or surrey far aae
month, cheap, for family , J, C. ichooOYet
att'y, ot er N oodteau's bank. t& 3
r anted -t6rcyas"mall HORSE OR
II oodUedpony Want a good driver and
saddler. Address Horse, care ot Eo U ofco.
FOR EXCHANGE
Under this head 3c per line per day.
FOR SALE Horses and fehicies
Under this head 3c per line pnr day.
1?6r'" SALE- PHAETON. OF "(lOQU MANU..
facture. In futr c-ondltlon: or will trade tor
f lano, and p.iy ca.h dllferenco It required. Apply
15 N. Market si. ruou 3 scvond floor. d 0&.1K
FOR SALE-J-YEAR-OLD HARE HY STAND
ani bred lire. harnu and first olac ead
vnriui; buKy.
tlTOfortho uutflt. Apply City sta.
bit, south ilar'.el st.
H
T?OR SALE-A OOOD FAS1ILY HORSE AND
i photon Unuy. luiiUlreof O. W.Jonea, HagU
FOR SA LE-City Real Estate.
Under this head 3c per line per day.
FOR RENT Houses.
Under this bead 2c per Una pr day.
FORRENT-7-llbOM HOUSE." S WAT8U
g-t st . large, shady yard. $ IS; 7-room house eW
runt corner llrst and Orove, $(; 6-roura have, Ool
lealilll,30E. Douclas, I unfurnished. IU rW
nlhed. A. A. Hyde.llyde Humble fll MP ,
"lOR KENT -ON N. LAWRENCE AYKNCR It
J room house, waler and ca both, lrye Intra,
etc t Hi par month Israel Bros dui-4
I7IOR 11ENT-TBN ROOM HUlsE NO. alt
: North Market. Four tvotn hottnq ooraar IWi
and Mosley. K. I SfWHi,
M tf Mi Nartti Market.
FOR RENT Rooms.
Under this head 2o per U&eporday.
bTrRENT-FURNl.HEDANlVu,NFUIW
ed room at 339 North Emporia. at 1 '
I?OR RENT-SK NICE LAllOE ROOM WITH
J rlot. at Ii per month Refereaccs eHJS
ed. IiHUlreat34C Waoouo. 3
37Oir'REVT-LOENlCELY FORNIfilinD
1 rooiu, rast, XMttti and west renUlatien, wt
We entrae. with nrt class loord. "ThW
Iart;eyard vtittt shailo and grasa. Call al (BC R.
linjnreaeiiu. tfOMt'
Ilt" RENT-A NlCELYFUItNI811Eb ROOmT
J soHlhrrn exposurn. with (as, Ulh and ottr
convraleut.es. at all North Top kaaveaae. ii If
FOH""RENT-NICE, CLEAN-AIKY"! tTToNT
rooms, with uxlrrn oonvenUueea ami law
mat-In ttio brick 381 e Lteaifta avr opeoMto m
MaahaUan hotel. Eaijatro ot Dr. Funer In tho
IrtllUllBf. mmUtt
1"JWH RENT-A VrrilYDKHrKAHLE rUHKHI.
? al nxim, vt JlA North Emporia. tf
FOR R EN T?l iscella n eous.
Under this bvd V per llaa per day.
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caah er iffatoi
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Call at m H.
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dot W w !
FOR TRADE.
Coder tbl he'd Jc per Uno pr day.
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J1 whk h 1 ddr- U UaIe for mmbo deaf pfpw
ty. Pf-aer iual havo tut) cata. Adir J. F
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FINANCIAL.
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3bhU f rwrn A op at T"rtvUAt r-. DM Boa
. Co . room Jm JdrfwJek lAoek. Uswd Sawr. d .
ONFT TtT LOAN WE WILL lAMt'rfjV
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prviy. a o hor. eatu. era, tmvkim
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boa fc- If yaw w a fail mvx.U t "Br
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FOiTrENT Stores.
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par tn ta ar m.lmX sa a sA tsat rr
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STOLEN.
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FO USD.
rir tals fc4 it por i-r day.
M ISCELLA NEO US.
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rowt. , ,
Tui- fea rfv omr two zoiH ttatau
KJua City to Ckkiaaa, a la-y aalwa.
To furtarr tJoaummvte&K our frlaoolrt. w-
have teat pot os a a r torrowicl txrs
earryusn wt eoad4, tme ckmir ",
pgiiaua 4aj-r a ntekt, lxrtmz Iuua
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