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Sib fSKicMts Hails fgagle: f rittaij ram& gutgusi 1, 1890.
Receipts of Live Stock at the "Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours 42
cattle, and 1,485 hogs. Ship
ments 57 cattle, 612 hogs.
The cattle supply was light today, not
enough offered to go around. The quality
as a rule was rather poor. The buyers
were on hand early and all the offerings
changed hands. The market was a little
mean as to prices and stuff sold rather
lower than yesterday. Very little choice
butchers' stock coming in, and the demand
for such stuff is active.
The supply of hogs was the lightest for
some days. The buyers were all on hand
and the market was active and about
steady at yesterday's closing price, S3. 40
for good packing hogs. One or two loads
sold 2c below that. Heavy hogs were
a little lower in some cases. Bulk of lights
and pigs sold at S3.373.40. The market
closed about steady.
WI0HITALITE stock maeket.
Wichita. Kan July 31.
The supply was llsht and prices somewhat lower
than yesterday. The market was active to the ex
tent of the supply. The oirerlngsas a rule were only
fair as to quality. Very little choice butchers stock
com I ne in. There Is an active demand on that
quality of cattle. The close was about steady.
Native shipping steers, pood to extra... $3 75 l 00
Good to extra native butcher steers. 11003
Good butchers steer. S0O31050 3 25
Native feedinc steers 2 75
Native stockers -. 2 50
Choice cows and heifers 2 25
fair to Rood cows and heifers 2 00
nulls anu stags
. 1 50 2 01)
. 2 50 2 75
. 2 25 &1 .7)
. 1 l ($1 S5
. 125 d.150
. 1 00 1 25
. i 50 (3." 00
Poorer trade and scallawags.
Followlnc are the representative sales ot cattlo at
the ttock yards today:
10 Cows and heifers
4 Veal calves
2 Stock steers
1 Jintchersta rs
.,1070 2 10
..MHO 2 00
.. 1WJ 2 (W
.. Ml 1 IX)
.. 580 1 75
.. 7U) 1 75
..13X1 1 J
..474 1 50
.. 51!) 1 M
.. 202 :t 00
.. 150 3 73
. " 2 10
..1C27 2 73
..llXXJ 1 35
The rccoipts were the lightest for some time and
everything was in and weiyhed up early. The mar
ket opened stead at yesterday's closing prices and
the bulk of packing hogs bold at 51 45. Henrys were
about 2!I cents lower. Pigs and blugers active at
f 3 o7xd3 10. The close was Arm.
The following are the representative sales of hogs
rt t) yard toilav:
I No. Dwk Av. Prico. No. Dock Av. Trice.
J l 12,1 -23 $3 45 82 40 .'23 3 4S
(X KM 257 3 45 84 K) Ul 3 45
(W HI W 3 45 04 120 lKl 3 45
fit 21 214 3 45 40 40 J'JO 3 43
r,J 40 270 3 45 FO SO UN 3 42MJ
I 71 120 .4'J 3 45 a 120 24(5 3 -'s
1 41 40 2.V1 3 45 MKXICO'S.
7! 100 3 45 12 370 3 45
I . , 43 W) 221 .". 45 10 40 4111 3 40
45 .... 254 3 45 7 40 435 3 40
M 120 190 3 45 3 40 330 3 40
1 53 .... 2I 3 45 3 .... 4.V) 3 40
72 40 221 3 45 19 100 :M 3 42HS
07 .... 230 3 45 5 .... 320 3 15
74 80 213 3 45 IdGIJTSAXD SIXGKRS,
65 S2) 24) 3 45 7 .... Vti 3 40
C8 .... 'Mr, 3 45 21 .... 137 3 40
ttf 100 213 3 45 20 .... 127 3 o7W
, W .... 1'jO 3 45 11 .... 125 3 37
I Good mutton Fheep. fflralOO Jl 5034 00
I Good stock e.ves. 75&S0 3 25H3 50
Good Htock, welli. rs. 75S85 3 UV3 5J
Good toelUa ijuhlm 4 104 50
I rj Urlef Jlentioo.
. Light run of hogs.
?7 Hog market steady.
Cattle active but lower.
Grimes shipped out two cars of cattle.
Grain receipts running very light.
D Id was an active buyer.
Armours buyer was ou the market again
Hog purchaser today: Dold 747, Ar
mour 6 6, Whittaker 807, Mexico 61, Butz
:A). Total number of hogs weighed up to
J. 1 Salmons, Kingfisher, sent in a car
Cowherd & Dyer had in a car of hogs.
J. P. Kell had a car of hogs and cattle
on the market from Peck.
BufJington & Xorris, Oxford, had in a
car of hogs.
N. J. Thompson, New Salem, came in
with two car hogs.
J. Wilcox, Walton, had in a car of hogs.
L. J. McLaughlin, Anness, was on the
market with a car of hogs.
C. McCullough, Maize, had in a car of
J. Bramwell came in with two cars of
B. C. Cochran, Tisdale, was on the mar
ket with a car of hogs.
W. A. Fowler came in from Kingman
witli a car of hogs.
W. J. Xorris had n car of hogs at the
Gibbens Bros., Haven, sent In a car of
William Moore, Piedmont, came in with
a car of hogs.
D. M. Hutchinson, Haverhill, sent in a
car of hogs.
W. E. Boyle, Patterson, was in with a
car of hogs. This is his first trip and he
was well pleased with the market.
J. M. Petterson & Son, Sharon, sent in
two cars of hou.
Thin titty sows are not wanted by the
packers and they are very hard to dispose
of on any market and sell at a very low
COMPARATIVE PACKING STATEMENT.
Cincinnati, O., July 31. The Price
There has been another week of excep
tionally liberal marketing of hogs, largely
due to the drought conditions, the western
packing returns showing a total of 30o,
000, nearly up to the preceding week, and
100,000 in excess of corresponding time last
year. From March 1 the packing is now
5,G73,000, against 4.t15.000 a year ago.
Leading places compare as follows:
Chicago l,W0.uu i.4t.om
Kansas City fvHUMI 755.1X0
Omaha XM.iHl 450.UO
St, Louis 235,0)0 2S1.1U):
Indianapolis 231,(1 I'.UUU
tinciunsti 1AUIH 1WM0
Milwaukee. H,ttU 1TH.1U)
Mouxcity aa.au atu
tidar Rapids 171.au 1 .l.HW
Wichita 14'tHK) 44.000
Nebraska City. Neb HttOiW 9OU
All otlicrs S0,aU TJ0.UU
LITE STOCK MAEJET.
ST. Loris. Mo July 31. CATTLE. Receipts,
8200: shipments 3SVL Market lower. Native steers
f3 6,4 40: Mockers and tedej. J2 03 0i; Tesans
and Indians $2 103 a HOUS-Hecoipls NW, Mitp
ment!. 2100. .Market lower: heavy: 3 TOcS sfc
packing $3 60.. 70. SHKRI'-Hvc4KS 3IIU ship
roenta ."vOO. Market lower. Fair to choice
(4 Xv 4 SO.
Kansas Citt. Mo.. Julr 31.-CATTLE Reoeipts
OTOOr yhipmrnts 5aU iiaiket 10c to 16c lewer.
at!re.i 25t(25;con! fl M2 35; swckers and feed
ers i'2 (Oui 25: rnne s.te'r W c2 1 nmce cows.
Jl a-l 70. iuHlS-Kecejpttt 2 shlpmeuts 115U).
Mar1 el kt lower: bulk J 5?i(3 . all grades ," 40
w3 V. S1IKKI Recept3in; shipuienls . Market
Ftea'ly; Utiib. 4 S6 Si. Good to eholce mut
ton H 0Ua4 25. Stockers and feIers $2 73.3 25.
CHJCAfiO, 111., July 31. Tin? Drovers Journal
reports: TATTLE-Receipts. :."0 shiDments jni
X'arketdulL weak. Heeres $4 U.t 10c s4oers J5 4tli
4 50: stockers and feeoers f! HV3 30; ctws. bulls
and mixed fl 3lK3 15; lexas cattle t 403 ML
v.tvterti ranfres MAS Si HOOS Receipts.
:?. Atk nlpment 75.U. Market irregular. Mixed,
3 CTk3 iU heavy 15 &.; ; licht, $3 TIV4 05, sk-ps
f2 :KS 70. U:l:!, Receipts SiDOUc shipmenw
.000. Market dull. Naties fS Gfcco : western J4 W
(54 4J; Texus f3 7&4 00; lajtbs l 50i5 CO..
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita. ICan- July 51.
Grain of all kinds Is coming in very stew and It Is
impossible for dealers hero to get nearly enough to
fill their orders. Thosa who have It to sell seem to
think It is coins higher.
Wheat Receipts 8700 bushels. The market Is ac
tive and firm a quotations.
Corn-Ke;elpts 5900 bushels . There Is no new fea
tures in the market except that there Is a very
strong feeling. Prices unchanged.
Oats Receipts 3000 bushels. The market is active
and prices rule strong.
GRAIN Car lots on tract:
WHEAT Good milling, old and new, soft, 73;
hard CS.72;other grades. 06c and down
CORN No 3 or better 35e, white 33c.
RYE No 3. or better 33c.
HAY-SI 50 per ton In car lots.
GROUND CORN-Chop in car lots 75c per 100 Uu.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York 3Ioney.
New York. July 31.
Money on call easy, ranging from 3 to 4 per cent,
last loan 3. closed offered at 3.
Prime mercantile paper oQGM "
Sterling exchange quiet and strong at fl E5 or
GO da; bills and H S9Ji for demand.
Chlcaco Grain and Produce.
Chicago. I1L, July 31. Whit A good spec
ulative business was again transacted and the feel
ing was unettleL The market opened strong and
prices lMWc higher, declined 7Hc. rallied slightly
and the closing was about l&sd&e lower than yester
day. Corn Corn was wild and unsettled with trading
heavy both on local and outside account. The bulk
of the business occurred during the first hour when
the market was Inclined to be panicky, especially at
the opening, nearly everybody having corn to sell
and ererytning wa confusion, prices varying 1c at
the same time in different parts ot the pit. The
market opened wild and 23c higher than yester
day's closing figures but under the free offerings
quickly sold off 32Jc. rallied, advancing Jfc, ruled
easier but near the close again sold higher and
closed l31Jc better than yesterday.
Oats Oats were fairly active but unsettled and
prices ranged higher.
Pork Moderate trade, changes in prices slight.
Lard Jtoderati vely active, prices steady.
Short Ribs and Sides Good trade, steady.
The leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT July 90Hc August 90!c. September 02H-
CORN July 4c, Angu-t 4GJfc September 47c.
OATS July 34Hc August 3ic, September 33jc.
PORK August til 85; September $11 15; January
LARD-August tO 02h4; September $6 1 October
SHORT RIBS August $5 12H: September $5 27&;
October $5 3
Cash quotations were as tollows:
FLOUR Firm, unchanged.
WHEAT No 2 spring, 'J0J4C.; red,81c.
TIMOTHY Jl 421 45.
SHORT RIBS-Sldes fo 10$5 15.
SHOULDERS Dr-salted ta 87W6 OX.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-t5 C0S5 75.
SUGAR Cut loaf "Hd'Hc; granulated 6?ic; stand
ard A C&c.
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 81.(00 85.000
Corn 2S1.WI 2a,J0
Oats 102.000 210.000
BUTTER Steady. Fancy separator 1717c
fine creamery, 113.15c. finest diary, 14315c, good dai
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas city. Mo.. July 3L
Tho Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX. file; XXX 75c: family $1 05; choice
Jl 40: fancy $1 70; extra fancy $1 80ai 85- pateut
f -i wa. 2 15.
WHEAT Lower. No. 2 hard cash 83c; August
83c: No. 2 red cash S4c hid. uo offeriUKs;
CORN Higher. No. 2 cash 42c; July 42c.
OATS Lower No. 2 cash 31c bid, no offerlncs;
RYK Steady. No 2 cash no bids, no offerin;s;
Julv 4f- bid. no offerings.
UUTTKR Uuchaneeil, creamery fancy 12lGc.
other creamery ll13c; dairy 83i?c; store packed
KG(JS Very Dull at 7Jc.
HAY-Unchansed. Strictly fancy prairie $S oa
M I LLST UPF I rresular.
LEAD tiulet. soft Jllssourl and common fo 65,
reflneil ?3 70.
CHEESE Steady. Northern twint lftllc; West
ern 8'n.Oc, Vounu America lOJillc, !clinino.i 4(25.
LIVE POULTRY Finn, trood demand. Choice
hens $3 033 25; sin.ill fat 2 .7)32 75; roostera $. (JO
2 50. sprint: chickens 1 252 00.
DRIED BKKF 7 50.
DRIED SALT MKA TS-Phort clear sides JS 00;
dry lon clear $, 00; shoulders ?5 50.
SMOKED MEATS Lou clear $6 00; shoulders
$fi (t. short clear sides ii 50.
LAltD-Reflucd. ?7 25.
KU Ixula I'rodnce.
ST. Loots. Mo.. July SI.
WHEAT Cash lower ETw, Angust S8Jc Sep
CORN -Higher. Cash 43Jfc August c, Sep
OATS Firm. Cash Flc bid. August 31c, Sep
PORK Quiet, cash, staudard, (U 25; lrnignlar
LARD teady. Rntchur grade, 5 70.
FLOUR Quiet and weak but unchanged.
R YE-Hlgher; No. 2 cash, 52c bid
HAY Pfairo '.lll; Tlmotiiy J12 00(315.
IJ R A N 52 :(o.V.
rLAXSr.Eb-Hlclicr. c.Tsh ?1 .T).
LEAD Dull, no demand, sellers tl 27Hc
Hl'T i'Eit Easy. Creamery 12clSc.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Taos. C. Wilson. Jos. a. Bkuuacuku.
WILSON & BRUBACLTER,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOS-tf
W. P. Campbell. Jas. L. Dyer.
C AMI1 BELL DYER,
Attornej-s at Law, Wicnita. Kan. lOtf
II. C. Sluss. W. E. Stanley.
SL USS C STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris cO Vermillion,
Attorneys at law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J . R. II A LJ.OWULL, J. E. HCME.
Latu C. S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL C HUME.
Lawyers. 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
A. P. RonitnArGn w. H. RacciL-
ROHRBA UGII cC RA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United States aud
Canada. No. 147 Main St.. Wichita, Kansas.
Rooms 2, 4 aud 6 303 N. Main St.,
JOHN W. ADAMS. O. W. ADAMS.
ADAMS t0 ADAMS,
Attornevs at Law. Office, first stairway cast of th
Wlchlta'Natlonal Bank. 116-tf
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work RURranteed first-class. Office
US Eat Douglas nvctiue over Paul Jones A Co. s
drug store. Wichita, Kansas. Ul.tr
DR. E. II. CREDITOR.
Dentist. OfSce 144 N. Main over Smith Stover'a.
Vitallied lr administered. Residence tA N. To
peka avonue, Wichita, Kansas. !
Full sets of teeth 15. fS and 10;
Gold Fillings $1 and up; Silver 75c;
F-xtracting with coacaine sOc We
BOYD'S DENTAL ROOMS.,
DR. T. F. Both. Dr. J. A. Hollenberger
113 East Douglas Avenne. lta
The Photoerapher. Picture- in all slies and styles
He also carries the finest assortment of picture
frames in thocftv. Give him a friendly call and
j i limine sample.
REAL ESTATE AGEXTS
FKtu YT. IsRAru R, C. Israel
REAL ESTATE AND RENTS.
Such bargains as we can now offer in Wichita
property am! Sedewick countv f.irm food were
never offered before. Money otrvfolly inveted for
non-re--hlents and their Wichita Interest. proprly
and faithfully can?d for. If ytu want to buv yoa
will saw money by lt-tlns your wants with as.
Office Sd flour. IS North Market. Israel batidtn?.
Reference Wichita National Rank. dl-
A. J. AFPLEGATE.
fWlth A. D. MaUoryJ
Abatracter, Oonvejaacer k. Notarj Fnblia
Flae dratichtlEf a vpedalty. Cosaplete abstracts
to any land In St'ocwfcfc county. Room 3 Serff
wlct block. Cjui be found duricc busiaeu honn at
J. O. Davidson, Pre. a A. "Waeieb, v. p.
John TJrnsr, Cahler.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'RS1 IJLAJJLLITT, 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank la tho Stata
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
J. Jl. PHILLIPS. S. E. PHILLIPS.
1'HILLTrs & PJIILLirS,
Graduates of the Chicago .Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. Wo are prepared to do all Vinds of veterlna
work. Including canine Dractice. dentistry and i
surclcal operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mall will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. We use an operatin table
Instead of throwing horses.
Office, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Bitting block, Wichita, Kansas
Rooms 16 and 17
W. R. McJPITERSOX,
Archjtoct. Room 13. No. 200 North Main Street,
Wichita. Kansas. 117-tf
W. T. PKOUDFOOT. O. W. BIRD.
FROUDFOOT & BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Ofllce in Fech
JS. E. HAMILTON, M. I).
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eye. Ear. Noe and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting glasses.
Office 127 N. Market street,
Israel &. Myerw block.
BR. C. C. FUR LET.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
331 East Douglas Ave.
Piofessional Calls Attended Promptly. 53-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseasesa sprecialty. Ilome
Tor Ladies during confinement. Strictly private
.rhpn po dpsired.
betters or inquiry connaentiai
nd answered immediately on receipt of same.
Home, 711 South Ida ave. w lcnita, han.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hours 0 to 10 a. m 1 to 1 p. in. Sunday. 9 to
10:SO.a. m. Room Is', Fechheimer Building.
E. Y. MUX SELL, M. D.
Meilical nnd surgical dis
eases of Eye, Ear. Nose, and
rnht-i:it ifoMtnt-nl nf fnrinl
' and other blemishes; and fit
Office and residence. 1200
Soutli Emporia. W-tf
DR. J. JACOB STONE R,
Makes a specialty of childrens' diseases, eye, ear
and throat, w itli general practice. Physician to tho
Oillco over Ui N Main. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.,
2 to 5 p.m. dG4tf
Has opened offices over 12(J North Main street, Wich
ita. With the practice of general medicine and sur
gery Dr. Jennings will combine special work on tho
Eye, Kar, Nose and Throat. Also, the proper ad
Kusunnt of glasses. Office hours 8 to 11 a. m.; ." to 5
ejp. m .esidencc. SKI Waco avenue. D-4S.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, po- aim.un, f 151. Addre s.
Sister Superior. Sisters of Charity. B. V. M. 105-tf
OFFICIAL ROUTE TO BOSTON
The "Great Koek Island" has been
declared the oilieial route
Grand Army of the Republic,
3?y the Department of Kansas. Ppocial
trains will leave Topeka at .Viu p. m.
and Kansas City at 7:25 p. m., Aujrust
Sin. aud run through to Jioston with
This will be the finest train of the
season, and will consist of Free lie
elininjr Chair cars, Pullman Tourist
and Pullman Palace sleeping1 cars.
Tickets will he on sale at
One Fare for the Eoimd Trip,
which is only one cent per mile from
Topeka or the Missouri Jliver, good to
return until August 25. and by special
arrangements in IJoston can be ex
tended until September 30. Tickets
will be on sale August 0th to August
10th. inclusive. The above rate will
be open to all. ami ample accomoda
tions will be provided for those who
buy their tickets via the
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R'y.
Kansas is going to capture ibe Nation
al encampment in 1S90, aud the peo
ple of the state should attend the l?os-
rnii 1?fntiinn tlii vonr in fnrcp. Vnp
j information of any" kind, reservation
ot 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 Airt., Topeka: or T. J. Anderson.
Gcu'l Agt., Topeka.
Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent.
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The Wichita Eagle.
d71 tf "Wichita, Kansas.
Two Much For Two.
Being thirtv miles tbe shortest line and
45S miles the bet one, people insist on buv
ing tickets to Chicago via. the Santa Fe
This has given our two nicht trains
Kansas City to Chicago, a heavy business.
To further accommodate onr friends, we
have just put on a new through express,
carrving day coaches, free chair cars, and
Pullman sleepers at nisht, leaving Kansas
City 10 a. m, and arriving in Chicago 7:25
a. m. Passengers on this new train have n
daylight ride acro- Miori and Iowa.
Kemember one thing, that it makes no
difference whether you get iny Kansas
City morning or evening, you will find a
Santa Fe train on the track ready to take
you to Chicago or intermediate "points ia
quicker time than any contpetine He.
G. T. Nicholson, G. P. & T. A. Topak.
Kan.: J. J. Byrne. A. G. P. A., Chicago.
ELDRME & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradstreefs Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Nan Bant.
M. C. CAMPBELL. R. W. ELDRIDGE
Cattle Salesman. Hog Sa'lesnoaa.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
LIYE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEBCHA3STS
MISSOURI PACIFIC R. n.
Fort Scott, Kansas City. St."
Louis and eastern ei '. 710am
Fort Scott, Kansas City, St.i
Louis and eastern ex I SSIp m
Conway Springs, Anthony'
and Kiowa es. 3040a ji
Conway Springs, Anthony:
and Kiowa ex EOOpm
Hutchinson, Sterling and!
Geneseo jxissenger. GSOpm
Hutch- Kanapolis. Pueblo
and Ienver ei 1115am
All trains run dally.
Depot Second and Wicnlta street:
ticket office 127
ortn .Slain street.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
NEW TIME TABLE CHICACO. ROCiC ISLAND &
PACiriC It. ILWAV.''
("Great Rock Island Route."!
In effect on and after July 6. l.
I AltltlVC I LEAVE
GOING NORTH AST EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver and Pacific Coast
11 35 A 31
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis!
and Chicago. Through!
Mail and ex. dailv I
No. Kansas City, St. Louis1
and Chicago night ex.
No.' (2 Accommodation.!
daily except Sunday-
GOING SOUTH. I
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily '
No.l Kansas City, St. Louis:
nnd Chicago through mail!
and ex. dally
No. ClAccommodation, dally
except Sunday '
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
cold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket office 100 Last Douglas avenue, corner Main
fctreet: passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone VJJ.
C. A. RrrnERronn. Ticket Agent.
J.vo. Sebastian. G. t. & P. A.. Chicago. III.
ST. LOUIS t bAN FRANCISCO K. R.
Going West, pass (to Ells
worth) Going west. pass, (stops at
Going East, passenger.
Going East, passenger.
Going West to Burrton
4 55 P JI
City Union Ticket onice. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA & WESTERN R. R.
I ARRIVE LEAVE
Going West, pass. (daily)...
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going East, ireight
I 805 am
725 P Mr
D. II. Rhodes, Freight A; Pass. Agt. 122 N. Mam
Supt.. cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, and at
Uulon Depot, Douglas avenue, W. D. MURDOCK.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE K. U.
TRAINS. ARRIVE i LEAVE
NORTH AND EAST.
Denverexpress 405p.ii 410P.U
Eastern express 1235pm 1240pm
Colorado and California ex
press 400 PM 410pt
Chicago express t50P.il UOOPU
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma A: Panhandle ex 740AM 740 AM
Texas Kxpress 4 (It p m 4 10pm
Caldwell .Express.... i 700 PM 700 I'M
City Union Ticket office 122 North. Main street, and
Uniori Depot. Duglns avenue.
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
This is the Oay,
And don't you forget it.- I will please
you if you will only call and get my prices.
Remember all goods for cash only, and
goods promptlv delivered.
dC4 3t Dorset, The Grocer.
Got Kvcu witii ttie Teller.
The autocratic paying teller of a certain
Nassau street bank had an unpleasant ex
perience one day. A tail young man with
whiskers trimmed as though they had been
laid out by a landscape gardener hurried
up to the window and presented a check
"Please let me have it in" he began.
"Mind your own business," snapped the
Tid headed autocrat within. "I'll give you
what is convenient."
The tall young man followed this advice,
took tho money handed him and started
away. In a moment ho returned. "You've
made a mistake," he said mildly.
"Not responsible for any mistakes after
leaving the window," responded the pay
ing teller sharply
"We make no corrections; move on."
"Oh, very well," said the tall young man
cheerfully, waving a bill at the grating, "I
was only going to tell you you had given
me $50 too much, but I can stand it if you
can," ho added as ho turned away.
The change that came over the red
headed teller was extraordinary.
"Hey there, hold on," he called.
"Mind your own business. I shall suit
my own convenience."
"But wait a moment," called the teller,
growing more and more rotated as he
hastily unlocked the window and thrust
out his head.
"Don't grow excited," responded the
overpaid young man soothingly; "we never
make corrections after leaving the win
dow." "Oh, don't mind that; come back here,"
pleaded the head from tho window be
seechingly. By this time the dialogue was attracting
attention, and the tall young man stepped
up to the teller and said sharply:
"I have come to you again and again
with checks to be cashed for the Arm, and
you are always grumpy, cngentlemanly
and disobliging. To-day you thought you
had underpaid me and you were going to
let me suffer. Instead of that you gave
mo $50 too much and I have got you just
where I Want you. If you will apologize
for your meanness and agree to be pleasant
and obliging hereafter you can have the
?50 back, but under no othor condition."
Those who listened did not hear what
the paying teller answered, but his meek
tone and the return of the f50 bill told a
sufficiently plain story. New York Trib
une. Thawinj; Ont Frozen Dynamite.
Although it is well known that dyna
mite freezes at a comparatively high tem
perature, and that the process of thawing
cartridges charged with it is a risky opera
tion unless it is carried out by means of
wanning pans which have been devised
for the purpose, accidents of a fatal nature
are constantly occurring through neglect
of the simplest precautions. One which
took place at Colwill quarry, Devonshire,
forms the subject of a report by Maj. Cun
dill, inspector of explosives, of London.
By this accident two men lost their lives,
and it must be said that the poor fellows
in their ignorance seem to have done their
best to bring about this lamentable result.
To thaw their cartridges they placed
them on loose sacking above a can of water
which was placed on the Are, and the pre
sumption is that the nitro glycerine ex
uded from the dynamite and dropped
through thesacting intothe water beneath.
From its greater specific gravity it would
of course sink to the bottom of the vessel,
nd thus be immediately above and almost
:n contact with the coals. The result
must have been obvious to every one but
tnose concerned. The mca thawed their
dynamite i this reckless way by dinctica
of their master who explained thit h
had always done it in this manner anu
who ai?o confessed that he had never
troubled to read the printed ruleaupphf
with the explosive. Tbe great rejjort afcc
shows thai tbe, agent who supplied, ta
dycaraitc seemed to be as snblinierj ignor
ant of its q call tics as those who cd it.
Xew York Telegrss.
THE FESTIVE BURGLAR.
I Xay Awaie for Two Month to
Head Him Off.
What -would you do if you heard a bur
glar in tho house
To mo that question has occurred a mill
ion times, mors or less. The first tf me it
flashed athwart my brain I bought a bull
dog revolver and a Spanish dirk. On sec
ond thought I added a baseball bat to the
equipment, and then for sis nights I lay
awake planning how I would softly draw
on soma indlspsnsable garments, saiga the
revolver in ohb hand, the club in the other
and capture- or otherwise dispose of the
burglar. The dirk I would carry in my
teeth I saw no other way.
Strange to say, this armament and my
well laid plans did. not bring the peace of
mind I had expected. Tho more I prowled
around the more agitated I became. Twice
I shot at the cat and once I gave the hall
hat rack a wicked stab, taking it for a bur
glar. Then my wife suggested in tho interests
of my-health that I put np a burglar alarm
and not get np until I had to. The blamed
thing went off every time anybody came in
or went out, day or night, and I got so
tired of the eternal clatter that I cut the
wires -and substituted some unpatented de
vices of my own.
I hung a flatiron on the key of the front
door so that it would fall into a dishpan
placed underneath; two pokers stood
against the back door, arranged so as to
fall at the slightest touch, and at various
out of the way places I placed baskets
filled with cheap crockery, .tinware and
other articles, so that the burglar would
step into or against them at least I fer
vently hoped he would and give mo warn
ing of his advent.
But these schemes didn't work much
better than the burglar alarm. Everybody
I knew got in the habit of calling on vat
after I had retired, and of course I would
forget tho flatiron and send it clattering
into the dishpan, necessitating awkward
explanations, and once it clattered down
on my toes. The cat made a regular prac
tice of knocking down the burglar warn
ing pokers, and if my wife stepped into the
alarm baskets once she did twenty times.
Tho result was that I fell back on my re
volver, club and dirk. I alsobought me a
watchman's rattle. Two nights later I
heard a noise, and looking out of tbe win
dow saw a man trying my front door. I
fired at him, and the answering howl in
formed mo that I bad mised. vay neighbor
Brindle,who had bepn sitting up with a alck
man or, at least, he said he had. Three
nights later I sprang the rattle on my wife's
aunt, who caM from Poughkecpsie on a
late train, and she wa3 so angry that she
wouldn't stay more than throe weeks and
my wife thinks we are cut out of her will.
Things went on in this fashion for a month
or two, until the neighbors began to circu
late a petition asking mo to move out of the
So I told my wife that when I heard a
burglar in the house the plan of campaign
would be as follows: I would first raise the
window sash, making as much noise as
possible in doing so, and spring the rattle
with a firm and determined hand. I would
then give the burglar two minutes to leave
the house. If he still remained amongthe
silverware I would advance into the npper
hall, beat the stair railing fiercely with a
baseball bat and fire three or four shots
downstairs. I was firmly convinced that
no burglar could withstand such a deter
mined attack, and after it had been clearly
outlined beyond tho possibility of a mis
take I slept peacefully for the first time in
The very next morning, when I went
downstairs to light the fire, I encountered
.a bare sideboard, and further search re
vealed the fact that my domicile had been
ransacked from cellar to garret. It was a
Well, there was one consolation. Xow I
know what I would do if a burglar broke
into my house.
I'd sleep. New York World.
One TJso for the Iron liar.
Most of travelers on the elevated rail
roads have noticed that dangling from tho
railing, Avithin handy reach of the ticket
chopper's seat, is a policeman's night stick.
Of its use nothing need be said. How many
of tho 500.000 that travel dully on these
lines have ever noticed a short bar of iron,
some six to eight inches in length, which
hangs alongside the night stick But there
it is. There is one for every track at each
It may be imagined that they are placed
there to give the coup de grace when the
night stick has splintered on some stub
born head. Not at all. Tho writer by
chanco learned one use of them the other
night at nn up town station. It wa3 quite
late; a train had just gQne down town
when suddenly from that side of the sta
tion came five sharp raps of one metal
striking another, answered at once by tho
ticket chopper on the uptown side taking
down his small iron bar and striking on
of the supports of the station five taps also.
"What's the meaning of that?" was
"Oh, Mr. Smith has gone down tho lino
and Tim over the way spotted him and wo
are just signalling the, fact down the line."
"Who is Mr. Smith'1
"Why, Mr. S. S. Smlthftbo inspector of
the line. Seo?" he said, showing the iron
bar: "five taps with tiris means he is on his
way down town and six taps are given
when he is going up. The oparators send
it on, so that he seldom catches any of us
?oiT." New YorkTribune.
Oh Yes, Ancmi lt.
This is the day, and Dorsey's is the place
where good goods for caeh only can le had
at prices that will please you all. Give me
a call. DoiEY, The Grocer. M 3t
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for tale at thi office.
Aderss the Wichita Eagle, Wichita Kan-
The Santa Fe Chance.
By the new Santa Fe time table it will
be o'b-erved that the Chicago fast express
leaver here three hours and fifteen minute
later and arrives in Chicago the following
morning, makine all eastern connections.
The Galveston train leave? 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 OZi a. m., Colorado Springs 7:45
a. m., Denver 10:45 a. m. This train lt
equipped with chair cars, Pullman and
dining cars and will not stop for meals as
formerly. dl2 tf
Cheap Trip to Galfon.
The date. July 29 only: the rate, one fare
for round trip: route, "via the Saata Fe
limit three days sooth boand with naal
limit of thirty days for return; stopovers
north bound only.
This is for excursion to Galv&cton or
ganized by board of trade of that city.
Gaiveston with its deep harbor and oool
sea breeze, its shipping and fine residences
i well worth a visit.
Nearest agent of Santa Fcwill cheerfully
answer all questions about this cheap ex
cursion. Through coaches and Pullman sleeping
cars from Wichita daily. Train leaves ai
-4:10 p. m. 50-tf
Are voa going west? Are you gofsg
east? If so. take tbe Great Rock Ihlaad.
Finest accommodations and Jewess rate
to all points. City ticket odke, 10) Et
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
Tn tK ;vmtl.m TCnnuis "Pair At VaphiitA
fopt. 23 aad SOaad Oct. 1. 2. 3 and . Tbe
Atchiroo, Toj:ava &: fcAaia re roKc whj
place on side execrsioa tickets at oe buv
for tbe- rottad trip to be sold iron all sa
tioas 159 if fess dfctant
G. T. XrcOLwN.
G. P. and T. Aj-t, Tttpefc. Kaa.
W. F. "WasTTE, Pa. Trstfll Masr.
34 ti ChfcaL-9. IH.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The followlne rates nailer the dlSerest hciJIucs
will be ciarsrd.
tiTPayable Strictly in Advance.
JTo ftdrortlMisests taken for less tb&u 10 cents.
Oae lice adrcrtlieaeau charred sozae rate as two
KO ADVEHTISEUENT3 TAKEN "TO RUN UN
Pxici siren under clag!fled beads In this column
nppllcable only tolocilidvertlsenieaU. Noforttcn
adT6rtlsaeats Uxea at prices ctTea.
jLawer to odrenlwiatats se&i ia car of the
zxavs office sbauld b called for -ratios jucjot
after Insertion, vraea aartrUsers vetoh repljrs for
warded to una sUunped enTclopes must be at.
Reference to former dver&e:ne&t3 should ctvc
description and date of insertion or copy ot tbe ad
vertisement Should Be seat
Not responsible for advertisements etven or dis
continued by telephone. $
WANTED FEMALE HELF.
Vnder this head 2c per line per day.
WANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD STOUT YOUNG
clrl to co Into a private family In the country
to learn to do housework and attend hool. Qoutl
home guaranteed to tho rishi party. Apply at 113
N. Topeka ave. d-l?t
-TTTANTED-A DINING "ROOM GIRL AT THE
Tf Exchange hotel. D. J. Tansney, proprietor.
TrANTED-A COMPETENT COOK AT 1157 N.
i Lawrence ave. KI C
XTTA.NTED-A GOOD GIRL GOR GENERAL
housework in family Of four. Liberal wagos1
Enquire at 112 E. Douglas. 91
'ANTED TWO GOOD DINING ROOM GIRLS
at John Nan's, 317 E. Douglas. 61 fit
TV'ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. Call at once atOMN. Emporia, dawk,'
TTTANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
houework In a small family. German prc
ferrctl: good wnces. Inquire at aJU North Kjiiuortn.
avenue, 1 30-tt
ANTED A GOOD GIRL at lOM North Law
rence. W tf
La nn dressses.
TTANTKD-A LADY TYPEWRITER. MUST
f furmVh your own machine. Room W7 Sedc-i
lUtk URICk. wi.,-..
SITU A TIONS-FEMALE.
L nder this head 1c per line per day.
T'nder this Head 2c per line per day.
WA NTEDMALE HELP.
I nder this head 2c per line per day.
AXTANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD KARIIEIt.
(whitet. WaKe12 per week. No SuiHtny
work. Address John Dohrer, ilcdlotne Ixxlu'e. Knn.
TrANTED-A GOOD HORSE TRAINER. 31UST
t linve experience. Reference required. Ad
dress Box HI.Mulvane, Kan. C8 !
YAANTKD-TWKNTY COOPERS TO 3IAKE
lanl tlerce: l)et pricwi. good stork. Atatuly
employment. J. 31. 31oore A: Co., Wichita, Kan.
TITANTED-A GOOD BARBER (W"l'r' AT
once, waceo 112 per week. No sumlay work.
Addrcps John Hobrer, 31tdlclne Lod Kan. d&i-8t
, v vik
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
TtTANTED-A GOOD MAN TO DO GENERAL
V worknlwtit a place for a prlvatf family. .Mrt
havpexjerljncandlurnl6h reterenre. Appjy at
C23 E. Douglas ave. 1 -
SI T UA TIONSMA 1AZ.
Under this head 1c per line per day.
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
M iscella u eaus.
tnucrthls head Jc pr Jme psr day.
Under this head 2c per line pr ajr.
VANTED-TWO GOOD. LI E HUriTLEKsi.
' 31 uh be of cood addrnM and not afraid loraa
vas. If yon aiwwrr tbe ntxirr dexrtpUoe vim will
Cive you goiid waxns- Apply between 11 and 12 a. ta.
1 IS Wwt f ef ood l. m St
ANTED AGENTS IN ENEKY'CITY. TOWN
aud vtllac in th Unllid Stt (except la
rtate of Kanai) lo taksbcrlptfafMi. patunasteri
can mat Rionvy. No rap4kal r,-ulr-d tampK
copies iren. iah cflnmiaMoox; mosey can beis4
oy c'tunr up ciuus. AuarwM uie vvkuu.
WA NT ED M ISCELLA NEO US
antei-a orHn Ec.if.vD hand remino
too tpwrrU!r. root )i a bartala. Al4tt
ill" A. Noble, care UbIoq Lumber MUI o, Ar
kanaaa City. Kan. iKt-k
rANTED-OFKICE FUKN1TURK. XOodrJsS
A La;le offlc. fl'-tf
'ANTED-TO TRADE OOOD CITY PMOPEK-
tr (or nor, tnowre frota !. t 14m
Fletcher blocic. O
ANTED-BOARD AND ROOK? FOR LADY
and daachtr Ml renrs old in solvate ImbII
where ibrr- are no otlter bcantr. AMnwi Hrir.
with price, tf.. tfcte oce. J
"ANTED-FOME ONE WITH UW OR MORS
rasn who i twtrK of estesknasr la a es&afc.
Md wnoiei- b . H will imd a ew-d
openlnc for Jtlna-4f r can be a farUkr U itnU
tA who will furnian j&l asKKsnt a4 Can eartra a
rtiek of rverai tbcrawiwl oVMtarr wrti f twl m
work wttk. Addre "Partrwr." care lUfie'aacq.
ANTED-F.TERTBODY TO OO TO TM '
'fliw Kieaapg for a nil ttmn dliwt
Oo"l lao'b kaod liceala 4V6MK'
AXTED- LAblEK TO WWW THATTHEY
can z- in- c.rJiU OU- Hraaeat MntViao
at (3 N. Ftrt v. Mr. K. CoM.. Oeatl Ast. 4
f 'ANTED-TO S.ELLO TRADE A FHAETOW
for a tparer festd vnS 9rwfrTe4i. ar a pi
j oro&e Wt rtV; an owe. A-4rr
too. car fcc fSuir
ANTED Jkfl HEAD CATTLE TO VAHTtltK '
oa Oaizaafca nnw. la Klncmsa i.nvinr. FttM I
pataad wator fe K, -oaattey. SsTrey Kit JA
'ANTEO-rXF.RK.4. lOK K'XEfEKS. UTET.
oeraaer ana Kscrapft orwiurt, ar eax-r
pTMm who witn to 3wwo U.mkly oumr-tu
ia ar wio', cm t ,n Mwrevn
Haitowt nOz, corsver DecLu aad Tv.ka n
isn WicUta, Kaju (j U
iFIsTr.th-r-ITION AS TELEXJRArH OPHK-
atatr hr sm of te year xri&c aad
faaafUar with rastla oCWw wrk, aafary tan'. tA..
wH.K.H. car Eale oac. 3-aU
horses xxn t:x-rt"rr t tx.
1 1 'u 7wvrr e asOf ttvms. CVrar.
xlr. Asrelr t J
tfce Iaaeir u TJm l&xM
... mw . Mgrw rr aw
FOR SA LEMiscrMan'ou.
laaVr tto v-a4 rb J-r eay.
r,XR ALF. OK TKADB Of Tat OfU)Ct.
X -x-xir: rru a iai um cf laaL. am ass
esuf Dwavlaa. Kaataaa.
For aubay ox xemm usv WYE
rTratf fwa. lmd Sew, HOacr m Jt
Mart rt .
OR MU. OR TEAE-I ABBES 9W
& safca al rummmM& n
attt XS. M. K-4 rr.
T-Matt tijr-rr iitrrr cajH at W
X MleatttiE.!zu. tv&C
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Tour Wants Supplied.
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, A HUNDRED. AT
this offlce. old papers suitable tor nacklns. pat
tine under carpets, etc. dlSftt
-pOR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. OTORT HAND
A writers note books, blank receipts and not
boots and lecal Wants of every kind. MaJt orders
promptly attended to. Call on or apuresa the Wloh
U Eijle. Wichita. Kan. ItOAt
FOR HALE-A HANDSOME LITHOaRAPft
map ofthedtyof WichlUUElvenanaesof street.
public buildings. coUrces. park. ctc U ft oa
linen laper, price 5 cents each; S rorlOtvntKSS
rents a dozen. Address the WlchlU Eata, WfcMta.
FOR Sale DEEDS. SIORTOAOKS AND ALL
kinds of lrjal blanks: blank tvcelpt books, no-a
books, etc.. at the Wichita Earto onice. Orders by
mall promptly attended la dK84f
FOR SALE Cattle.
3C . A CATTLE FOR SALE-WE HAVE VQ
J' 'yj native feedtns stcerv two years old;
cU earllnr, CO half hreej two's. S) yrrltnrs. all near
cltv. Will sell cheap for avsh. or six months Um
with cood security, on-thlrd cash. Alo S.IVO 3 and
4-ycar-o!d half breed Mecrs In Cherokee .tr!p past
ure. one-third rah. bnlaiteeMX ntantb-S Urn. En
quire, on EldrUle & C&mpbeU. stock yards. SS tf
FOR SAJ7e Household Good
Under this head 3c pr line per day
LOST-A BROWN POCKET ROOK CONTAIN
iw: about fo.:. Tho finder will to rewarded
by leavics it at Cuie .V Jones' dothlnc store. 3t
LOST-ABOUT FOl'R WEEKS AOO. CRUTIFI
catcNo. W for -.tares la L Investment Ccv,
Issued to F. 11. Clark. In an envelope with another
vaiuaoie paper, jiewaru tor return, k. Jiaiiflewa,
12$ N. Mala st.
LOST-A THRBSHINO ACCOUNT HOOK CON
talnlnz IA In money, hinder will be rewarded
by leaving same at S3 s. Main. d C0.R
Under this head 3c per line per day.
AYED-ONE DARK BAY HORSE MULE
from Kinsman City. Kan.: the. marks: Roman
no kntH sprang and hnn stabhy tall. Reward
for Infonr.itkm or it returned to fe. F. Van I looter.
Kingiuaa, Kan. doMl .
Under this head 3c per line p-r day.
WA NJ'ED Horses and Vehicle.
rANTED-TO HIRE A GOOD. OKNTLF.'
it horse ami two-srattd buscy or surrey for ono
month, cheap, for family uc J, C Sohoonovor.
ntt'y . over YA oodman's bank. OS 3
aitanted-Ito muy a SMALL HORSE Olt
tood )zed ponj . Want a irood driver and
saddler. Address Horse, cure of Eala offlcn.
I'luler this head : per line per day.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicle
Under this hd 3c per line per day.
I 'OK !ALK-PHAETON. OF UOOD MANU
I fnrture. In fair comlluon, or wilt trade fer
piano, and pay cash dlllarenca It required. Apply
& N . Market t, room i second floor. d CU-lil
J70R SALE-3-YEAR-OLD 31 ARK UY STANDI
A. aril bred horM harness and nmt eUm d
prlwt ImcKj. $170 for the outfit. Apply City sta
lns outh Market ?t. 1 i
FOR SALK-A GOOD FAMILY HORSE AND
nhuHon bUk!. luqulroofQ. W.Jonrn, HncKi
-- - .-- , Z-1,. " -T "iM Jt,-
FOll SALISCity RealJCstate.
Under this head Tc per Mao per day.
i;OU SALK-DWKLUNO. F.AM FMONT. ON
1 North Lawrrticnuie. at a ixtrsutn. UtaekweM
er & IlwlbrtHik. '.'Oi Sedgwick Mock. Ubl
Under this brad 3t) prr Una per day.
CX FOR RENT -7-IUKM HOUSK. Ml WATRR
Ei st . lnrn hndy yard, tllk 7-room twtMcntth
j'ail punier KlMt and firwe. fl. ft-rv.HH bw, ObI-K-lllll,
.T6IUK Dousia. tUuBfunaftfced. ill ffcr
nlshed. A. A. Hyde. llydV A Humble. Hi i
LT'OR RENT TKN HOOM HOUSK NO. ill
' Vnrth Mnrlfifrf- Vuur ruotu kiMtM Mtrwir lt4h
K 1 fli'uxcxr..
FOR RENT Rooms.
I nder this head Jo rxr Unrpr day.
ITVIR ft KNT--FUKN IHI1ED AND" UNFURNM
; i-d nxjiiMt at 2S0 North Rmparia. C
l?OR ifKNTONE NICK LAKOK ROOM WITH
X clct.al$5iM!i month. References cieaaNi;
cd. Inquire at SIS Waco ave. el J
ITOR HENT-LAlf0ENlCKLY FliltNISHKI)
' room, east, noittn and weit venUtatfmi. urn-t-ldn
witraoce. with first class board. rydNan
iarc" yard with aliado ami fr. Call at MM N.
Lawreuco avenue. ilBKJt'
IOIt" RKNT A "NIOlisLY'Fl'UNlLeD-IIOOSC
I MMilbni axiUMUin. with t. batfc and ollwr
con vetii(uMS. at all North Topvk avrjoua. IS tf
FORRBNT-NICE.CLKAN.A lit Vr"lIbNT
rvomK, with tbodern ccaiTnlsui and lux
rent- hi toe brick X e POQsia. c opposite Hi
Manhattan hotel. Enijulro of Vc. rtirUf In tbe
1"7oitRKNT-A VERY DKSIHABLE FUKNIflll
; nl room. t VM North Km porta. lu
FOR R ENTMUcellaneouH.
Under thk bad 3c pr tine pr day.
OK RENT S" ACiTts'No' T"V
(r mll hOjwc"I rtf VWftita,
reat: trr"s 31 land i miU 'ut
l. eafa er srata
u. CaB at W K.
iMtHSlat. ar addroa C. K. Ooodyear, OatTlfln. Kan.
FOR 'MAD IS.
Under tbl. he'dXe pr Ha prday.
rpO TRAlr-1NKSPKINO WAtfOW ot AJT
.JL otlwr tbat U larear. A44fM, Was, BssU
f?OK TKAOK-t GAVE A OOOD HtWrNHSrt
J1 nkhkl drtpvlm t trade for mmm 3" Prtttf'
t. Prrlisr Mttt have -tti caah. AS4ca J. K,
tn4er this kad 3e pir Un p'r4j.
OVr.Y TO LOAN-OS FURMTURK, PIANO.
ttrMcns. hmerr. mul. . ctcM, rU. tn
moMU frotaja mp at tnl rat. Dtrlcfau
A Co . r W:bKk Mock. Uurrt 0or. TM'
ONKY TO IAN-WK WJLL LOaV YOC
Hnr e tear or ierttlfBrtw um ar avy
proMtty alw om kori, .M4, C4lja, wS
tw4 eU. Httmt A. Harper. M a4 IK bte"
1 ) Iikhm hWUiar will kaA yrm t rsMK fW
pie.u . bo.rol Kl. a .. ,1?d
Mov iankij ox iioRm. nnovtrn
r pMatoa, ttr.mA'hmii f nOHaf. c JV.
I, (wight if wMt a mbmmI ummmmt mi mmr
coma ami i
FOR RRST Stores.
ItdH t h-4 V prr V.U 'AT.
ttoh nKirr-A fike nkw vrxmn neou m
X: Ootmatkat, Cboreic bum?
pay ( l ay !? rc a f
9rteUrs 4r w 1. Rawln,
Chick camnty. Xaa.aa. f 1
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