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lailtj arglje: 'glmtsfaq m$mxngf fuly 31, 1890.
"Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours 90
cattle, and 2,020 hogs. Ship
ments 55 cattle, 361 hogs.
The supply of cattle was fair and prices
on all grades was fully 10 cents lower than
yesterday. The market was active at the
decline and nearly all of the offerings
changed hands. The receipts consisted
mostly of fair butchers' cows and heifers.
There were some stock cattle on the mar
ket which sold, but at very low prices.
The close was about steady.
The supply of hogs today was only about
half as large a$, yesterday, but including
the hold-overs from yesterday there were
about 2,900 hogs on sale. Eight or ten
cars of hogs arrived after 5 o'clock and
most of them were sold and weighed up. In
fact everything sold that was offered. The
local packers took all the packers' grades,
nearly 2,500 hundred in all. The market
opened weak at $3.45, a few loads of rather
choice hogs belling at S3.47J and some of
the late sales up to 5 o'clock were at $3.42.
On arrival of stock after that hour Dold's
buyer stepped in and purchased ten car
loads at $3.45, which was 2c better than
the low point of the day. Bulk of packers
and Mexico's at $3.43. Pigs and lights at
$3.42X3.47K. The market closed firm.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Kam. July 30.
The supply toi fair and quality on an average
was not any too good. There were a few choice
co.vs and heifers which sold at a ood price. The
market was ge-ierally 10c lower th.m yesterday on
all c-iades. as eastern markets were low er. There
were some thin stock heifers and a few head of
stock steers which sold low. The market was ac
tive at the decline and nearly everythlus chauged
Natlvo shipping fteers. good to extra... .3 73 1 03
Good to extra native butcher steers, lltO
12)lbs 3 50 5.:!75
Gooduutchersster.t00al0j0 325 3 10
Native feeding steers 73 (3 00
Native stockers 20 Ci.1 70
Choice cows and heifers 225 2 7
Kalrtopood cows and heifers 2 00 a.2 20
Bulls and stcs 1 JO &- 00
Kat yearling 2ffl sc2 75
Good yearlincs 2 25 &'i iO
Grass cows 1 ' (tl S5
Canuers 125 al 50
l'oortrgradesnnd scallawags 1U) 6.125
Yearcabes 4 JO (s.7 1)0
Tollowlng are the reprobentative sales of cattle at
the stock j arils today:
No. Description. Av'gn. Price.
1 Choice Cow
2 Choice llelfcrs
10 Co s and heifers
U Con &anri heifers
15 Cow sand heifers
21 Cows and heifers
1270 2 10
1S10 2 40
ifi 2 35
821J 2 20
ll'.O 2 15
7J7 2 15
8.W 2 20
!i 2 00
ltt0 2 01
1070 2 00
Mil 2 00
!W7 1 !)
8S5 1 75
1 Cow .
Cannerh 10U5 1 &0
1 fanner ! 1 )
U Stock Heifers C3T. IS
2 Scallawacs. IIHO i 23
1 fecallawng SWI 1 2
2 S tll.iutgs M0 1 1W
1 Walcalf 200 .".25
1 V&Ucalf -MU
1 Stoc-kstcer S50 2 25
2 htouk bteers '& 2 2a
1 Bull 1310 140
The receipts were lesthan half of those or yester
day. There were nourly 200 head sold but they in
cluded nearly 900 hold overs from yesterday. Tho
imi kers took hold in soud hhape today and took ev
en tiling offered In packers grades. The morning
and early afternoon market was about ste.idy at
;-1 45 bm later n wu.ker feeling developed and
pnvs declined to ?.! 42J. but prices revived again
on the arrival of about a dozen cars of hogs after 5
o'clock and quo of tho packers purchased ten loads
at 2.1 4'. Tho close was firm. .Mexico, pigs and
puckers hogs ail run much at the same figures to
day. ItErRKnNTATIVE SALE'S.
The following arc the I epresentative. sales ot hog3
ft tl e yards today:
3 47. 41
S J7J..i 77
3 47 71
!t 47U 51
3 471 49
Good mutton sheep. fflfilOO ...
Good stock ou e. 75S0
Good stock, wethers, 75SS5 ...
Good to extiu lambs
S SU4 00
3 25Q3 50
4 10s4 50
Hoc; r to 1)4 cents lower.
Cuttle 10 cents lower and active.
Light grain receints,today.
Both the packers purchased heavy.
Grimes shipped out two cars of cattle.
Frank Steck, of the J. H. Campbell Co.,
shipped two double deck cars of pigs to
Jones & Stiles, Chicago.
Hog purchases today: Dold 1,339, TVhit
takor 1,117, Mexico vSO. Jones & Stiles 152.
Total number of hogs weighed up to today
J. II. Maupin, Latham, sent in a car of
J. AV. Snodgrass. Floral, had a car of
mixed stock tit tho yards.
W. E. Kzell, Piedmont, marketed hogs.
AV P. Heath, Douglas, came in with a
car of hogs.
Carr & Son, Udall, had hogs on tho
Wm. McKitrick, Augusta, sent in a car
Hurtenbnuer & Erickson, Douglas, mar
keted a car of hogs.
B. B. Ramsey, Andover, was on the
market with a bunch of butchers' cattle.
D M. "Williamson came in from Attica
with a car of hogs.
I. M. Horton, Corbin, sent in a car of
Johnson & Son have opened an office at
the Stock Yards Exchange for the transac
tion of a live stock commission business.
Mr. Z. M. Johnson, the senior member of
the firm, is well known among the stock
men of this countxy aud tho new concern
will doubtless get their share of the busi
ness. J. H. "Williams sent in a car of hogs from
Smith & Sanders, Pratt, had in a car of
Horner & Roberts. Kingman, had a car
of hogs on the market.
L. B. Dntsou came in from Maize with a
car of hogs.
Bosley "Bros., city, drove in eleven head
of butchers cows and heifers.
"W. L. Sweeney, Bushton, sent in a car of
Kline & Robinson, Elmer, had in a car
T. V. Borland came in from Sterling
with a air of hogs.
AV. T. Hall; Mt. Hope, was on the mar
ket with a car of hogs.
T. E. Gillelnnd sunt in a car of hogs
J. P. Campbell, a prominent cattle man
of Culdwell, was looking over tho market.
Henry McFadden sent in a car of hogs
M. E. Caton was on the late market
with Jive cars of hogs.
AV. P. Pack, Mound Ridge, sent in a car
o. Dock Av.
74 .... "16
47' HI 21S
Jl 120 2tr.
M 40 1J7
M 40 22U
71 411 HU
71 40 315
i;i 80 za;
7T .... 'Mi
(3 60 235
7J .... 241
Wt .... ai
II? .... 223
III . 227
23 .... S-S
&S .... 3H
J. H. Porter, Towanda, had two cars of
hogs on the late market.
St. Loms. Mo July 30. CATTLE. Receipts.
3000: shipments 2300. Market lower. Native steers
$3 8(V?4 40; stockers and feeders. J.2 10S3 2d: Texans
and Indians $2 203 25; HOGS Receipts 5700. snip
ments, 1200. Market lower; heavy; 53 803 SO;
jacking tS 70&3 80. SHEEP Receipts 2300. ship
ments 900. Market steady. Fair to choice
4 005 10.
Kansas crrr. Mo.. July 30. CATTLE Reoeipts
10200: shipments 6900. Market 3c to 10c lewer.
Native ?3 254 35; cows 51 503 85; stocKers and feed
ers 12 G0&3 50; range steers $2 285: range cows.
1 502 00. HOGS-Receipts 23400; shipments C300.
Market 10c lower; bulk $3 60: all grades J3 o'HQZ fi5.
SHEEP Receipts 700; shipments TOO. Market
steady; lambs i 835 33. Good to choice mut
ton $4 0034 25. Stockers and feeders $2 753 25.
CniCAGO. 111., July 30. The Drovers' Journal
reports: CATTLE Receipts. 2L500. shipments 4000.
Market lower. Beeves t GO&5 00; steers ?3 504 50;
stockers and feeders $2 23(43 30; cows, bulls and
mixed 1 03 50: Texas cattle ?1 5033 20, west
ern ranges 2 404 00. HOGS Receipts, 33.000;
snipments RVOO. Market lower. Jlixed. $3 65
4 87Ji; heavy $3 eo.33 90; light, 13 654 00, skips
$2 03 50. SHEEP Receipts 10000; shipments
2000, Market lower, western $3 90(34 50; Texns $3 60
2t 30; lambs ?4 75(33 90..
"Wichita Grain Martct.
Wichita. Kan- July 30.
Wheat Receipts 4200 bushels. The supply was
light today. There were no new features in the
market today Prices rule firm at qnotatlons.
Corn Receipts 5200 bushels. The receipts are
very light. Dealers are having a hard time to get
enongh to fill their orders as holders are not wilUnc
to let go even at the present prices. Prices strona.
Oats Receipts 4000 bushels. The supply was light
and demand active. No change In prices.
GRAIN Car lots on track:
WHEAT Good milling, old and new, soft, 73;
hard G572:other grades. GOc and down
CORN No 3 or better 35c. white 33c.
RYE No 3. or better :5a
HAY $4 50 per ton In car lots.
GROUND CORN-Chop in car lots 75c per 103 lbs .
MAEKETS BY TELEGKAPH.
New York Money.
New York. July 30.
Money on call easy, ranging from 3 to 4 per cent,
last loan 3, closed offered at 3.
Prime mercantile paper 5
Sterling exchange quiet and steadyat $4 E5 for
60 day bills and f 4 89 for demand.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
CniCAGO. 11L. July 30. Wheat A moderate
business was transacted. The opening was H&Jyc
higher than yesterday's closing figures but becamo
weak and prices declined IGJlJfc, fluctuated some
and again became weaker, declining l(l4o more
and closed about steady 152c lower than yester
day. Corn Corn was actlvw. Tho feeling early was
quite strong and a sharp advance was recorded, but
later ruled weaker and closed easy.
Oats Fair trading, unsettled feeling, closing
steady at tho same to a slight advance oer jester
dav's last sales.
Mess Pork Fairly active, irregular.
Lard A fair business. Prices ruled rather irregu
lar. Short Ribs Moderately active, about steady.
The leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT July 92Hc August 90-Jic September r2J.
CORN July 45Hc, August 4.")?6c, September 45c.
OATb July 34c. August Xiic. September 33c.
PORK July fiz 00; August $12 05; September
LARD-August f6 02J4; September SG 17H; October
SHORT RIBS August i3 12J& September fa 27J4;
October f5 33.
Cash quotations were as tollows:
FLOUR Firm, unchsmged
WHEAT No 2 spring, DOc; red. 92c
CORN No. 2. 45!4C.
TIMOTHY-J1 42il 45.
LARD-6 00(5.6 02M.
SHORT RHIS-Sides ?5 20$5 15.
SHOULDERS-Dry salted 5 C23.r 75.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-J5 COgo 75.
SUGAR Cut loaf 7Ji7?ic; granulated G-Jfc; stand
ard A C?Xc.
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 104.000 12.000
Corn &34IW0 2S4.(Km
Oats 314.1U0 109.UQ
BUTTER Steady. Fancy separator 1717!c.
fine creamery, 1413c, finest diary, 11315;, good dai
ry !& WHc,
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas Crrr. Ma, July so.
The Daily Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX. Toe; XXX 75c; family $1 05; cholco
Jl Itk fancy tl 70: extra fancy f 1 fcOSl S3- pateut
$2 ia 2 U
WHEAT Higher. No. 2 hard ca-h rilHJc; July Sic
bid. no offerlugs; No. 2 red cu-U Kc.
CORN Higher. No. 2 cash 40Hc; July 40c bid,
OATS Higher No. 2 cash 34c: July ,T3c.
RYE- Steady. No 2 cah 46c bid, no offerings;
I1UTTER Uuchnntrod, creamery fancy 12lfic.
other creamery 11C413C; dairy 9lJc; store packed
EGGS Dull at 7Wc.
HAY Unchanged. Strictly fancy prairie ?S 00.
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common $3 65,
refined $3 70.
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins Itvallc; 'West
ern SH'.lc. Young America lOllc, skimmed 4(5.
LIVE POULTRY Firm, good demand. Choice
hens $3 (XV3 25: small fat $ 1 5032 7a; roosters $2 03
61 2 50, spring chickens tl 25&2 00.
DRIED EEF-$7 50.
DRIED SALT ME.VlS-siiort clear sides $5 00;
dry Ions clear St! 0!. shoulders $3 50.
SMOKED MEATr Long clear $6 03: shoulders
J(i TO short clear sides Jtl M.
LARD-Rellned. $7 25.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Lonis. Mo.. July 30.
VHEAT Cash lower 00c, Angust S0?fc Sep
CORN-Higher. Cash 43c, August 43c. Sep
OATS Firm. Cash S4c bid. August 31c, Sep
PORIC Quiet, cash, standard. $11 25; Irregnlar
LARD Steady. Butcher grade. $0 75.
FLOUR Quiet and weak but unchanged.
RYE-Hlglier; No 2 cah. 52c bid
HAY-Pfalr e JA311; Timothy $12 0015.
FLAXSEED HIcher. cash Jl 30.
LIU.D Dull, no demand, sellers $4 27Hc
BU I'TER -Easy. Creamery 12c31Sc
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Tnos. C. Wilson, Jos.'A. Bkcbacusk.
WILSOX cf; BRUBAC&ER,
Attorneys at law, 2J1 North Main street, Wichita
Kaunas. TekphoneNo.ll. dlOS-tr
W. P. Cavfbbll. Jas. L. Dyiii.
Attorneys at Law. Wlcqlu. Kan. lOCtf
H. C. Slus?. W. K. Staniey.
Attornays at Law, Wlchlt. Kansas.
Harris, Harris Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
J R. Haixoweix. J. E. Hume.
Lata C. S. Attorney.
lawyers. 141 N. Main Struct. Wichita, Kansas.
A. P. RonitBAUGin w. h. Ratjch.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections mide any here in tho United States and
Canada. No. 147 Jlalu bU. V.'ichita, Kaunas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Roosis 2, 4 and 6 KB N. Jlaln st, WfchlU,
JOH.VW.ADAMS. G.W. ADAMS.
ADAMS ABA MS.
Attoraevs at Law. Ofllce flrststalrnay east of the
Wlchita'National Bank. Mt.1
DB. I. C. 1FILSOK.
Dentist. All work 5nrateed nrjtlts. .OOce
IIS EiUt Doualas aenue over Paul Joaea i Co. s
drus star. Wlcait. Kansas. "i-11
BB. E. H. CBEDITOB.
DeaU't. Office 144 N. Main over Smith 4 Stover's.
Yitallxsd air admlaistered. Residence C2 . To
peka aveu, Wichita, Kansas. !
rlill sot5 of teeth J5. fs and JlCt
Gi-'d Fllllnir and up; silver 73c:
Extracting with cfwoune 0c- We
HOYB'S BEXTAL BOOMS.
DR. T. F. Bovn. Dr. J A. Hollxxberger
113 East Douglas Avenne. 1LB
The rhotographer. Pictures in all iies and tyle
He also carries the finest a&sortmeat ot Pjcmr.
frames In the city. U:ve Uta & rrieadly call and
M. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O-DAViDsojf. Pres. CkA-WAEinrfi, V. P.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAH) UP CAPITAX, - - $ 508,000
Largest Paid Tip Capital otany B&aV la ths SUt
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OJ THE CITIZENS BANK.
Arthur FaulJcner, Cashier
a. jTapplegate. '
(With A. D. ilallcry.)
Abstracter, OonYeyancer & Notary Public
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land lu SeUcwick county. Room 21G Sede
wick olock. Can be found during business hours at
county bulldlnz 100-tf
REAE ESTATE AGENTS
Fred-AV. Israel, R, C. Israel
REAL ESTATE AZS'D RENTS.
Such bargains as we can now offer in Wichita
property and Sedgwick county farm lands were
never offered before. Money carefully Invested for
non-reIdents and their Wichita Interests properly
and faithfully cared for. If you want to buy you
will save money by listing your want3 with u-.
Ofllce 2d floor, 125 North Market, Israel building.
Reference Wichita National Bank. dl3-tf
s. e. rniLUPs.
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. We nrc prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. Wo use an operating table
instead of throwing horses.
Ofllce, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
C. TV. TEBBY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Bitting block, Yv'ichlta, Kansas
Rooms 16 and 17
w. it. Mcpherson,
Architect. Room 13, No. 2U0 North Main Stret,
Wichita, Kansas. 117-tf
w. t. niooDrooT. o. w. mitu.
Architects and Superintendents. Ofllce In Fech
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the
sajjfc Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat,
:"ftis. Catarrh and tlttlng gluses.
umce 1.. m. jiarKet street,
Israel & Myers block.
DR. C. C. FUR LEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND . SURGEON.
S31 Eact Douglas Ave.
Professional Cajls Attended Promptly. 55-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Temalo and children's dlseasrsa sprecinlty. Home
or Lodles during confinement. Mrictly private
hen so desired. Letters of inquiry confidential
:md answered immediately on receipt of same.
Home. 711 South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Ofllce hours 9 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday, 9 to
10-GU.a. m. Room 13, Fechheimer Building.
E. Y. MUXSELL, M. D.
Medical and surgical dis
eases of Eve. Ear, Xoe, and
Throat, llemoval of facial
and other blemishes; and fit
ting -pec'ta les.
Office and residence. 1200
South Emporia. G4-tf
Has opened offices over 12G North Main street, Wich
ita. With the practice of general medicine and sur
perv Dr. Jennings will combine spei 1.1I work on tho
Eve. Ear, No-e and Throat. Also, the proper ad
Rustmnt of glasses. Ofllce hours S to 11 a. m.: to 5
ejp. in .evidence, .CV5 Waco avenue. D-43.
ALL HALLO IV S ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per annum, S1V). Add re s.
SMer superior, S'-tersof Charity, II. V M 105-tf
OFFICIAL ROUTE TO BOSTON
The "areat Rock Island" lias been
declared the ofllcial ronte
Grand Army of the Bcpublic,
Ey the Department of Kansas. Special
trains will leave Topeka at 5:23 p. m.
and Kansas City at 7:-'5 p. m.. Auirnst
Stn. and run throuprh to Boston with
This will be the finest train of the
season, and will consist of Free lie
elininjr Chair car.-'. Pullman Tourist
and Pullman Palace sleeping cars.
Tickets will be on sale tt
One Fare for the EoiukI Trip.
which is only one cent per mile from
Topeka or the Missouri Hirer, jrood to
return until August '25. and by special
arrangements in Host on can be ex
tended until September 30. Tickets
will be on sale Aucust Cth to Anirust
10th. inclusive. The above rate will
be open to all. and ample accomoda
tions will be provided for those who
buy their tickets via the
Chicago. Kock Island & Pacific R'y.
Kansas is jroinjrto capture ihe Nation
al encampment in 3&90,and the peo
ple of the state should attend the Eos
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.
Bovd, Ass't Gen'l Ticket and Passen
ger Apt., Topeka; or T. .T. Anderson.
Gen'l Apt., Topeka.
Gen'l Ticket and Pass. A sent.
Are von goincwest' Are vou goins;
cast? If so, take the Great Rock Islandl
Finest accommodation: aad lowest rales
to all points. City ticket ortiee, WO East
Douglas avenue, corner liain street.
ELDRID6E & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas,
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens Bank, Kansa3 Nat'l Bank.
R. Y. ELDRIDGE.
Special Informatloaby Wire Free on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEBCHAtfTS
JtlSSOCRI PACIFIC R. It.
ARRIVE I LEAVE
Fort Scott, Kansas City, St.'
Louis and eastern ei 1
Fort Scott, Kansas City, at.
Louis and eastern ex
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex. I
Conway Springs, Anthony 1
and Kiowa ex .. '
Hutchinson, Sterling andi
uuicu., ivauapoiis, xueuiu
and Denver ex ' U15A3I
All trains run daily. I
Depot Second and Wichita streets; ticket office 127
North Main street. E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
NEW TIME TABLE CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND &
("Great Rock Island Route.')
In effect on and after July C. 13M.
I 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.dallv
No. 4 Kansas City, "St. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. U2 Accommodation,
daily except Sunday
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail
and ex. daily
No. 61 Accommodation, dally
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 offlce 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 139.
C. A. Rctherford, Ticket Agent.
Jno. Sf.RASTIAN, G. T. fc P. A., Chicago, 111.
ST. LOUIS i. "3AN FRANCISCO R. R.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass (to Ells
worth) Going west, pass, (stops at
Going East, passenger.
Going East, passenger.
Going West to Jlun ton
10 40 P M
4 50 P M
City I'nlon Ticket ofllce. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
I CHITA WESTERN R. R.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going Wet, pass, (dally).,
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going East, freight
8 05 A M
D. H. Rhodes. Freight & Pass. Agt, 122 N. Mala
Supt., cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket ofllce 122 North Main street, and at
Culon Depot. Douglas avenue. W. D. Murdock.
ATCHISON. TOI'EIwA i. SANTA FE R. R.
TRAINS. j ARRIVE I LEAVE
NORTH AND EAST.
Denverexpress 405 pm 410pm
Eastern express 1295 pm 12 40 PM
Colorado and California ex
press '00pm 410pm
Chicago express 160PM 900PM
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma & Panhandle ex 740 am 740 am
Texas Express 405 pm 4 10pm
Cal dwell Express 7 00pm 7 00 I'M
City Union Ticket ofllce 122 North Main street, and
Union Depot, Dugla avenue.
House Joint Resolution No. 5.
House Joint Resolution No. 5, proposing an amend
ment to sections three and twenty-five of article
tw o of the constitution.
Be it resolved by the legislature ot the state of Kan
sas, two-thirds of the members elected to each
house thereof concurring therein:
Section 1. The following proposition to amend
tho constitution of the state of Kansas is hereby
submitted-to the qualified electors of tho state for
their approval or rejection, namely: That section
three, article tw o, be amended so that the samo
shall read as follows: Section 3. The members of
the legislature shall receive as compensation for
their Mjrvices the sum of three dollars for each day's
actual service at any regular or special session, and
fifteen cents for each mile traveled by the usual
route In going to and returning from tho placo of
meetmgibut no compensation shall bo allowed or
paid to any membc- for more than ninety days at
any regular session, nor for more than thirty days
at uny special session. And that section twenty-live
ofarticle twobeamen'ledsoas to read as follows:
Section 25. All sessions of tho legislature shall bo
held at the state capital, and all regular sessions
shall be held once in two years commencing on tho
tlrst Tue-daj of December of each alternate year,
commei c.ng on tlmllrst 'rue-day of December A. D.
one thousm I clg'it hundred and ninety.
Sec. 2. 1 his proposition shall be submitted to the
elector of this stato at the general election of rep
reentat!es to the legislature in the ye.ir A. I),
eighteen hundred and ninety, for their approval or
refection. '1 ha-e voting in favor of this proposition
sh.ill hao wiltten or printed on their ballots- "For
the umendment to section three and twenty-five of
article two of tho constitution:" those lollng against
the said proposition shall havo written or printed
on their oollots. "Against the amendment to section-,
three aud twenty-tixe of article two of the con
stitution." Said ballots shall be lecelveil and said
otes halt b taken, counted, canvassed, and returns
thereof be made, in the simc manner and In all re
spects as is provided by law in caso ot tho election
of representatives to the legislature.
Sec.-". This resolution shall take effect and be in
force from and after Its publication la the statute
Approved 5Iarch 1, 1S59.
I heitby certify that tho foregoing Is a true and
correct copy of the original enrolled resolution now
on Hie in m ofllce, and that the sime took effect by
publication In the statute book May 25th, 1SW.
Ci WILLIAM HIGUINS. Secretary of State.
House Joint Resolution No. S.
House Joint Ilesolutlon No. 8, For the submission of
a proposition to amend the constitution of the
State of Kjnsa..
Be it resolved by the Leglslitureof thestateof Kan
sas, two-thirds of the members elected to each
house theteof concurring therein
Settlon 1 The following proposition to amend
the constitution of this state is hereby submitted to
the qualitled electors of the slat for their approval
or rejec Ion, namelj The constitution of thesta'e
of Kansas is hereby amended by striking out th
whole of sections 2 and 13 of articles three of the
constitution, and Inserting In lieu of said sections
the following, which -hall constltue -ectlon 2 of
articled of the constitution eectlon2. The supreme
eou-t shall consist of seven jutice, who shall lie
chosen by the electors of the state, four of whom
shall constnute a ejuorum.and the concurrence of
friif chll . nw-icart' tn pvi-rv ftwwinn rf tti
o.irt. Any elector of the state -.hail be eleglble to
be elected or appo.nted justite of the supreme
court The Justice holding the oldest romm'ssion
by virtue of an election ball b the chief justice,
and In case two or more justices "hall hold commis
sions by lrtue of an election of the same
date, older than the commissions of the other Jus
tices they shall determine by lot who shall be chief
justice. The terra of each justice of the supreme
court shall be six years, commencmc on the -cond
Monday in January next after his election. On the
adoption of this amendment the four additional
justices provided for by this amendment shall be
appointed by the governor, and shall hold their
oaices until the next general election la U31. when
their successors shall be elected, one to serve until
the second 3Ionday of January. Qi. another to
serve until th second Monday ot January. lSwi and
the other two to serve until the second Monday of
January. 1S&3. The members or the supreme court
elected at or prior to .the time of the adoption of
this amendment shall be justices of the supreme
court under this amendment for the period ot time for
which thev were elected. After the general election
in 11 one justice of the supreme court shall be
elected at the general election in each yeirexcept
the year 1SVT, aud every six years therfwfter, when
two justices shall be elected. The lustlcesof the
supreme court and the Judges of the district court
shall at stated time receive for their services och
compensation as may be prov.do bv law Provided,
ch compensation shall not be less than Cfteon
hundri dollars to each jut-e of judge each year:
and such Justices or judges shall receive no fee or
porqUi sites, nor hold any other ofhee of profit or
irut. except a JudicUI oface. under the authority of
the state or tne United Mates, daring the term ot
oSice for which aid Jutie? or Judce -hail be
elected, nor practice lawjn anv of the courts la the
stxte during their continuance ta ofSce
Sec 2. Thl proportion shall bo submitted to the
electors of tnis state at the general election for the
election ot representatives to the legislators to the
year A. D. eighteen hundred and nmt . for thlr
approval or rejection. Tao-e votiag In favor of this
proposition to amend the consiituttoo. shall hvo
written or printed on their balict. "For the JodtctAl
amendment to the constltuttoo Tho toUck
ga.inst this proposition to amend the constitution
shall have written or priml oa their Ua.ll-.
- gnlnst the judicial ameadni'at to the constitu
tion." taw ballots shall be received nd vaki v-i
shall b taken. couatM. cnvic aad rers
thereof made, la the same manner aad la all r
spects as Is provided by lw la caf of tbfteiecttea
of reproentaaTe la the leriUlor
Sec i This resolution -ball tae ejct ad b la
force from and after Its jxibilcaUoa la tfce siitote
Approved February 27. VfS.
I bert-i certify Ul tbe farrCTtng l - asd
rorrect copy of the ortstBal ear&Oed r-ohntoa jww
on are in my oSce. aad that tie Uk eSe by
publication la the statate book May 3(h. J-s.
dSJ M'lLLlAil HIGGINs. ?TtAry sf st.
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hoars the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
Yard, M 'WeC ItenU.
Broach c3ce 157 NcrUs Mala- TtSeifcrce IK- 4J5SK
OT B I KCAlletar.
r I 6 Crsei Cot.
v VVA. I tpv-i'TTsest- S
FHYfilOLOaY AND HYGIENE.
rijt i ni
bar 3e4a Sxertstt TJoirt TrsIlc,
The aa&GB tla aafcer jitsBeSae&cttiatlvft
prtrrjerties, and thsfc'3bdrj5c mz&er beads
certain tHaeases, fa fgobaMfcr ' gauerally look
ed upon as a sopezatSkHi o imagfeativo
mind a. Bnt rnent rteisaatet of Dr. St.
Clair, of Brooklyn, In Tbe Hedical Snm
maryV. grree qtrlte an air ctiaxtto tbe idea.
"!Tliat mild currents trf electricity are
good for the throatsQiitl its own pTT1Ar
diseas is clearfy ahapm "by tbs string of
amber Leads. Itiaaf&atthatin s otiing
of beaciB the43 a currfBt of Static or frits
tional electaldty coast ta&fly passS&sthat
will bo Btrown by tbe mSQiarnpero meter.
Aniber "vcaatxie electron of tha Greeks, and
is frnly eloctria 2Sj ctetvghjtar, wben a
child, R'bs coQgtwrtly trsnSIed ih&h false
croup. It-rfetieTTCryiriowaine41rodof re
lief and at last-placed a string ot Jas-g am
ber beads artfrmd icr neik. JTroin that
day she had zso troable for at least three
years, till, thia"Tlng she hod outgrown the
trouble, they vrere left off, acd inside of
two weeks Bhe had the cronp as bad as
ever. The beads were again worn, and she
has never had a ratnrn of the distressing
disease since. I know of many oases in
my own practice, and others in tho hands
of brother practitioners, that amber wora
around the neok proved of greet besefit.
Dealers tell me they aJ-tvsys make Urge
quantities of orsber beads to suit the
pockets of all, knowing tho doctors will
order some one to tray them for throat
troubles, and that they sell thousands o
It would seem that recently an unusual
number of deaths among eminent men
have been attributed by the physicians to
"heart failure." Some one commenting
on this pronounces the phrase correct, but
not very satisfactory. When death comes
the heart surely fails. It is the forerunner
of dissolution in all cases. Soys an emi
nent thinker and writer: "The heart hav
ing beaten unceasingly for, say, seventy
years, at the rote of sixty-five to seventy
five beats each minute of that time, sud
denly finds its supply cut off and stops its
pulsations, and the owner of that heart be
"I am suffocating," said Dr. Bucking
ham a few moments before he died.
"What shall I do?" was the inquiry of the
attending physician. "Nothing," was the
reply. "Tho heart has failed. I am dy
ing." In ten minutes the noble gentleman
and skillful physician was a corpse. N Sev
enty odd years had that heart done duty,
but now must stop anil did.
"But," it is frequently asked, "what
causes heart failure?" and this question
has not yet been satisf actorily answered.
It may be old age, la grippe, apoplexy,
paralysis, exhausted vital energy, loss of
sleep, nervous prostration or softening of
Interesting: Facts About Deafness.
Dr. Francis Dowling, in a paper which
he read at a recent meeting of the Cincin
nati Academy of Medicine, Btated that
"between the ages of ten and forty at
least one person in three is subject to par
tial deafness." The great majority of canes
of impaired hearing are hereditary, and
are largely curing to a too close consan
guinity of the parents. Deafness is mora
prevalent among males than among fe
males, owing to the act that the male is
more exposed to the vicissitudes of cli
mate. There is much more deafness in
America than in Europe, and this is due
to a more general use of scientific instru
ments, such as telephones, where one ear
is used to the exclusion of the other.
Nature's Cosmetic for tho Outlnj; Season.
The juice of the watermelon has long
been known among southern girls as a
beautilier of the complexion. It is said
that after a long drive or summer outing
few things aro more soothing to tho face
and hands than the water from both the
pulp and rind. The first, crushed by
dainty hands and rubbed on the face, takes
off all sunburn, while tho application of
the cool white pulp next to the red meat
removes the stickiness and gives a softness
to tho skin of the melon bather that can
be obtained from nothing else. This is
nature's own cosmetic.
"Whatever you do," said the old medi
cal practitioner to the young man who was
just entering the profession, "don't get dis
couraged." "Yon mean I must have patients, I pre
sume," said the young man, who was of a
practical turn of mind. Washington Post.
"Why, the Mean Thipcl
"I heard a compliment for you last
night, Miriam "
"What was it, Lizettc"
"Col. Bronsori said you were exceedingly
well preserved." Life.
Fangle Why does Van Dauber paint ail
his angels blondes?
Fadman Can't imagine. Van Dauber's
own wife is a brunette, too. Dry Goods
Both Can So It.
Misa Alice (at the art gallery) That sil
ver vase yonder is one of Benvenuto Cel
lini's masterpieces. He must have been
one of the greatest geniuses of his time.
Mr. Verisoft He was. Besides being a
goldsmith he vras a sculptor and painter.
It is said of him that with but a few
strokes he could change the whole expres
sion of a countenanct.
Bobby (tho enfant terrible) Papa can do
that with only one stroke. Jeweler's Cir
cular. The Frisco line runs Pullman sleeper?
reclining chair cars (seats free), dailv to
St. Louis, without change. 2sb other line
does this. 50 tf
The Santa F CUantte.
By the new Santa Fe time table it will
be observed that the Chicago fast express
leaves here three bonr; and fifteen ininutei
later and arrives in Chicago the following
morning, makine all eatrn connections.
The Galveston train leaves four hour and
forty-five minutes later and makes the
same time to Galveston. The Denver train
leave-s forty minutes earlier and arrive- at
Pueblo at 6:2 a. m , Colorado Sprinss 7.45
a. m., Denver 10:15 a. m. This tram i
equipped with chair cars, Pullman aad
dininc cars and will not fctop for meals a3
formerly. dl2 tf
Cheap Trip to Galveston.
The date, July IS only, the rate, one fare
for round trip; "route, via the Santa Fe;
limit three days s-outh bound tvith 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 citv.
Gaiveston with iw deep harbor and cool
sea breeze, its shipping and fine resideBces
is well -worth a vi-it.
Nearest agent of Santa Fewill cheerfully
answer all questions about this cheap ex
cursion. Th rough coaches and Pullman sleeping
cars from Wichita daily. Train leaves at
4 JO p- ni. 50-tf
Blank charters and all kind of Itgai
blanks for sale by
THE WH-HITA EAQVZ,
dTl tf Wichita, Kassm.
To the Southern Kansas Fair at Wichita
Sept S3 and SO and Oct. 1, 2, 3 and 4. The
Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe nxM ym
place on hale excursion uckess atooefare
fer the rond trip to be sold from all sta
iions led miles distant.
G. T. XlOWCWW.
G. P. aad T. Aift, Tpeka, Kan.
W. V- Whtte. Pass. Traa .M?fgr.
S4tf Cticaso, HL
3 T V
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN
Your Wants Supplied.
The fcUowinjr rata ostter the different headings
will be ciMLrcrd.
ES-TPayable Strictly in Advance.
Ko idveccltEoents takrn for legs than 10 cents.
Ohe line ftArerttsemtbU charred sase rate as ttro
5DTT.RTISEME-TS TAKKK -TORTTN'UN-
joe jfFrea csder da&siard tf vis la tMs column
nEPUcADle cciy to local anrertuciceau. - o lomcu
i4TrtebCt2ntt tairn at orlces civen.
-AftEWr to xdTertfeneats jent in cat of the
aOX odes fecnJdf be callffl for wlttla 10 days
altar tcaeruoa. Wfcea adverSser r!sa replys fur
itiried to them stamped envelopes taust be seat.
iufereao to fcrnnr advenleiceata should irtro
acrt$tlca aad date ot lasernoa cr copy ot tae ad
Tartlifiscni enonld be seat.
ct rsspoaelble f ordvertlaeaieats girea or dls
ccauaned by ultphoae.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Cnder this bead 2c per line per dar.
WAKTED-A DININO ROOM GIKL AT THE
Exchange hotel. D. J. Toncney, proprietor.
WANTED-A COMPETED COOK AT 1- X.
idiwreaie uve. (K 6
WANTED A COMPETENT OIUI. FOB GEN
eral housew ork. Apply at 610 Waco avenue.
TT-JVNTED A GOOD GIUL GOlt GENERAL
housework In family Of four. Liberal vrajtos'
EaqulreatllJE Douglas. 91
"ANTED TWO GOOD DINING KOOM GIRLS
at John Nau s, .'17 . uouslos. ci w.
TANTED-A OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
worK. LUlt at once at ivi .. r.m;oria. ummk-
IV ANTED A GOOD GIKL FOR GENERAL
1 1 housework In a rmall family. German pre
ferrel; tood waees. Inquire at 53U North Kratnirla
avenue, d 49-tf
ANTED-A GOOD GIRL at 1023 North Law
La u n (trcssses.
M tect'lla neo us.
Lnder this head lc per Hoe pr day.
M isctlla neous.
rnder this Head 2c per line per day.
iVANTED MALE HELP.
Lnder this head 2c perllno per day.
1VANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD lSARUER.
iwhlte). Wagi-t$ia ier wnk. No Monday
work. Addre John Dohrer, iledlcino Lodce, Kau.
ATANTEI-A GOOD HOIlxE TRAINER. Jltf.ST
hae experience. Reference required. Ad
dress llox HI. iluhane, Kuu. 03 1
"WANTED-TWENTY COOPERS TO MAKE
1 T lard tierces best prices, Kood stnek. Heady
emplojtnent. J. 31. 31ooro A. Co., ichita, Kan.
TXT ANTED-A GOOD 11ARIJER (WHITE) AT
once. waKest 12 ier week. No Snnday vrork.
Address John Dohrer, Medicine Lodge, Kau.dtossf
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
M iscealla n eous.
fANTED-A GOOD 3IAN TO DO GENERAL
l .. .!. vt n Ifioa. fnnt Tirfvntf fAmllv. 3104.
have experience aad fnrnlih rulerence. Apir at
Sa E. Douslas a e. "
Under tlili head lc per Una per day.
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Under thl head 7c per line per day.
X iider tin" head Jc per line pw day.
AVThI-TWO GOOD. LIVE HfSTLKRM.
l Mut tie of jrood addrMt and BtK afraid locan
iaJ. If yoo antiwer theabfive ilWTipOo we will
Kive rou ood msiju. Apply bMweea 11 and Wa. m.
113 Vt?-t Second st
WANTED AGENTS- IN KNEBV flTY. TWK
and villjce in the United Mate eieept in
state of Kansasi to take mbcrtpOvo. Volmvum
can make money No capital rejBlred Smpi
copies fr-e. Caikh coramluuinir: movof cin beiB4
by cetting ip club. Addreu Ut ichita IVal'.
WlchlU. Kan "n-U
UA NTEDMJSCELLA NEO US
'ANTED-TO TRADE OOOD flTY I'BOPEB-
ty for horse. Ettqolre. freot wtimfml t tfce
Fletcher W-k O
r ANTED HOARD AND ROOMS FR 1-AftV
aud liaazttz-r iO rn old la vnrtAn XaiBily
w here there ar to xhVr rrfbm. A4drea tutny.
with prlc-. X Y 7. . this otSee CT f
'ANTED- sOME ONE WITH !V OR MORE
cab who i diroa of eoemaue la aa tuu-
liftml Mivlrs!e iKMiAp. He will ntU a i
openlncfor hineif or rahaTa jMrtoor if 4etr
et who will faralAA equal auMMM and can rmttrel a
MK-k of wen; tbiaAd dottan worth of Ktt4m ft
work w tin. Addr- 'Parur." ear Kazw afitre.
WANTED-A HORSK. RCOOY ANOlUKKENS
aJlcunpiMeroeap, for cjm. luttmtrn trmm
7 Exchaaire tntldtai:. yard. d 4t-
ANTED -EVKKYMODY TO OO TO THK
Woman Kxcbaaae for a r4 cma. tmmr.
Good InccbM XI and 14 cfCU. d-f
ANTED-LADIE TO KJOW THATTHET
can ret tbo c-lrat Jtl BtMK Mek-it
atUIN fifth ar. Mr t. C, totml Aet i MT
AXTEI-TO SELL OB TRADER FHAETON
for a Iwrrr (rod snor WTsfarrndi. r a awod
Mini posy bran n ride aa dm. A44r rua
loa. care Eaffts ofllee 4 ii-
ASTKTI'ATir.ST-l MAYK A p67tIVK
1 1 "-are for up- wona. (mcmrt, ir yttftr
Uoo iroarat4 in ai: - -aU or a-MrcM Mary
E rptr. 4U N WKtaKa ft. 4 -
W ANTED -SO HEAD CATTLE TO PASTCRE
1 ollukakanTr. is Ktarakiaa rMr. Ftfte
rraJB aad watr h R. !leT hytorj KkJJJ.'
ANTED- r-LFRJCi. ItoOK KKKPZHX. STX
eiifri aad ilerrb oreraoara. w hr
lwm who wisa to b:eBe ierZMy mj"rt"ii
fo Ik- afen-t braar-. to cal. ai Uw ootiw,t'r
bswteit noilv enratr Dela az4 Tojtka a
an W'ihA, Kaa tf
- ANTED- POSITION AS TELBGRAPH OfER-
tlr ttr 9BAB of rose Jjlt eatgrV! iM
txtattur w.th ro'i- oSvre work. aaUry r A-
drsi H. H. H- can Lacle o&co
rANTED-HOPJIE.SA-VDCATT.TE TO PAS
1 tar rtrK riaaa oaaMsre &v salh frvm O-jlt.
water A3MT w J t lUsavri OanrilT or
the Bsasweaf 4 Ea IaTeaaa.caBp7.lrflll '
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Usaer tti kd 3c prto yet af.
POK f-ALE OR TRADE OX
sralrlezro tX aera of
eaas of DoorJa. Ktaui. Aein
FO SALE-HAT US ACRES LAXP TtTZ
SBSV-oaasst !-. laraat JhPa SMla X
TTOR AJ-E OR TRADE Hi ACRit ,?
1? 1mA mW Ui UallHae. .
stre5 Meaae- 4 -
hoe. saTr-tin pweit caj at tU5U&-
TwEarrr.rxvn crors a, uayosflm. aj
ttfe oShK.h( t.ys rtaWaJe ttr saHej
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants SuppUed.
E OR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT nANT
writers note books, blank receipts and not
books aad legal blanks of every kind. Mall order
promptly attended to. Call oa or apdress too Ylea
U, Eagle, Wichita. Kan. 1WX
FOR ET:A ,Ai?solIE LTTHSGRAPn:
map of the city of Wicalta; rtre aames of strw W.
public buildings, colleges, parks, etc, ate 12x15 on
Unen paper, price 5 cents each; S f or 10 oeat: il
cents a doua. Address the Wichita Eacle, Wlcalta,
FOR Sale DEEDS. MORTGAGES AND ALI
kinds ot legal blanks; blank receipt books, not
books, etc, at the Wichita Easts office. Order by
mail promptly attended to. dlJS-tf
FOR SALE Cattle.
3A, .f CVTTLE FOR S-VLE WE ha-k ma
jv' J native feediae steers, two year old;
iO earllnr. 60 halt breed two's, 58 yearUajr. all near
cliy. Will sell cheap for cash, or six month Urns
w 1th cood ecurlty. one-third cash. Alio 3.00 3 a&tl
-yeartd half breed steers In Cheroicsj strip pa:
ure. oae-thtrdca.sh. balance six month times En
quire oa Eldritljre A Campbell, stock yxrdv. s t
FOR SALE Household Goods,
Under this head Zc per line, per day
f OST-A QROWN POCKET ROOK CONTAIN.
JLJ lac about ftsLS. The finder will bo rewarded
by leading it at Colo i Jones' clothier stortv ffl ft
LOST-A BOUT FOUR WEEKSAGO. CERTIFlT
cate No. M for ! shares la Le lnrtment CVx,
lnel to F. R. Clark in an envelop with another
valuable paper. Reward for return. K. Matlhewt.
liJN Maint. C6
LOST-A THRESHING ACCOCNT HOOK CON.
tainintr in money Finder will ba nwrd-l
by lea nns sjme at 3!ala. d OJ.W
Under i !. i bead lc per lino per day.
STRAYED-.' (.KEY GEESK FROM THE i?T.
FraacH hospital. Finder will plcoM notify No.
tsVTN. Fourth e, 3 3
tTRAYEDONK DARK BAY HOHSE MULH
C from Kincmaa City, Kan themarkv Roman
nose, knee jprnas: and .thort stubby tail. Itawart
tor intormaUon or If returned to b. F, VaaHooiei.
Kinsman. Kan. dCW
Under this head Sc per Una per day.
WA NTEDHorsesjt n d Teh teles.
"YVANTEb-TO HIRE A GOOD, OENTLn
horse and t wo-eatel buccy or urrey for eoo
month, cheap, for family uo. J, C. SohooBevw.
att'y, over W ootmoa'a bank. At 3
7AKI-fb UUY A SMALL HORSE OR
i cool mis.1 pony. Waat a sw3, driver and
saddler. Address Horse, care of Ealo offlce.
Under this head 2c per Hoe per day.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Under this head 5c per line per day.
Ioit Vale" phaeton, or good 31anu
facture. In fair condition, er will trade for
piano, aud pay ca-sh difference if rojulrcnl. Apply
1!4 N. Market st, room 3 second floor. d ftJ-lh
T73 TsaLE-3-YEAR-OLD MARE Y STAND
J ard bred hor. hameas and Brst cl el
sprlnc buctJ' Jltaforlho outfit. Apply City M
bles. fouth Market u W
T?OR SALE-A GOOD FAilILT HORSE AND
: phiuton bu:cy. Inquire of U. W.Jonca. lsln
FOR SALE City Real Estate.
lnder this head 3c per line per day.
FOR BENT Houses.
Ulidar thU head 3c per tin per day.
rjy Voii ; RENT "-T-ROOM ''"libu.SK." WaTBJI
iii t , lari;. shady anl. flk 7-ruom bowjuth
eai corner Flrtt and (JroAc, H, d-rooat bMue. CM
lete Hill, uauh Doucta. t IS unfurelahed, fit fur-nL-bed.
A A Hde, llyd' ,t HuraWo. W i
V, OR RENT-ON N. L.WRENCK AVHNUK 11
JL rcoai lioune, water aud Ra bulb, larro burn,
etc -U per month Israel Hit A Mi
TJOR RENT-TEN R003I HOUSE NO. Ml
" Vflrth fnrViit. i'tuir nuffl Luyui oriuM lltil
K. I Sl-BMCEFL
US North 3UrVt,
FO i: R EXT Jtooms.
L Hilar Ibis hud 3e er Mnrpr day.
1 "jTOR HKNT-n RNisHED AND UNFtTitNlHlt-
i rtwuni al WD North Kmpnrto.
l.'OR RENT (INK NICK LAKUK ROOM WITH
X cimt. at 4ier month RefeneM ttcjiNt
tal. IiHjuIro at Waco av. MS
OR RENT-LAROE NICELV PURNMIIKlt
1 roo4n. mat, ttoatn and t vnstttlaUiHt, mm
ride i-ntrawe. wlih nrt eloixi lxan!, eryehej
InrcrjarU with suadu ad k'raiw. Call a 1KB S.
lblt" RENT-ANICELY FURNIHHED ROOM."
J Mmthern expOMirw. with Baa. bath and ehr
oniTnlm.e. at Sit .North 1 opwka afrwan. iS tf
' rooina, with modera coTenI aad hw
real in Um brie k 331 n Doagiai ae opoatie tfcn
Manhallaa hotel. huquUe of Dr. Furfvy Hi lha
1" soKttr Nr A VERY7 I1EMIUMLB rURMHK
ed rouni. vt JM North Km porta. Uwtf
FOJ: R EN TMiscella n eous.
. der thia b-ad Se por line p.r day.
1TOR KENT xi ACRKK NO 1 W1IKAT lNl
V s mile MMrthwet of Wtcsilla, pvk or (fain
refit; fii acres kI Utl mllr rat. Call at sM b
Docla ar addnw C. K. Oowlyear. 0tU1, Kmi
Kt It wll !
Uftder thU hed 3c pec Ue per day.
irOR TRADK-I HAVE
hkJt I dire U tra4 fee Mm ftor W
t. Iarrha-nr muU have i cah Ad4eM
Under tbu beod Xe per line per ly.
OKEY TO IAN OX riRXITt'RR. PlAJKh.
imnM tonm. lajaien. mwi. wffoa. na Hi
iiiaiwinu tram $ f at r--hlo r. WHtjmgm
A l .. room HH -ii;wlrk bhck. Uurd tm. A mM.
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