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hs ffl&Mtiix glaitij u$Ut "ghmsamxuQf dobtt 30, 1890
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during: tho past 24 hours
1,111 Cattle, 2,350 Hogs. Shipments
1,133 Cattle, 350 Hogs.
The receipts of cattle were 1,111, fou
loads of which were natives, 'lhe market
was quiet and tteady. Not much stuff
changed hands, most of the stock going
out in flrst hands. Butcher stuff sold well
hut was scarce. Everything was cleaned
up in the cattle alleys.
The receipts of hogs were tho best for
several weeks. The market opened strong
and steady at yesterday's prices, but after
the early sales prices declivcd fully 5 cents
and the market closed lower and irregular.
The quality of the hogs on sale was good
the best for any day for several weeks. A
large number of the offerings were taken
by tho packers and shippers bought quite
liberally at the decline. Pigs and light
rough hogs sustained tho heaviest falling
off, as no buyer seemed to want tnem at
any price. The range was $3.403.77,
with bulk at $3. TO.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET.
Wichita. Kam. Oct. 23.
Tho receipts of cattle were good. Market closed
tteady on all grades.
Native ulilpplnc steers, (rood to extra... $3 25 03
Good to extra native 'outctiersteerb,KXlU3
12001US 250 2T5
Native foedlnc steers -. 2 23 (32 fii
Native ltockers 175 C2 70
Choice cows and heifers - 176 2 00
Falrto trood cows and bulfers 125 Al 75
Bulls DdUgB 125 Oil 75
FntyeMllne 1W 2 M
Good yenrllucs 175 G10i
Grats cons 1 Si 2Cl 50
Cannera 1 1 1 10
Poorercrartesand wyillawaes .. 50 Oil 10
Val calvm, per head M hTM
Texaseteer, rood to extra 2 .50 2 75
'J'i xas bt ers, fair 2 20 fe'-! 45
Tens cows 1 25 Ol 75
rollowlnr are the representative sales of cattle at
the stock yards toduy:
No. Description. Ar'm,
2 Oowb lD9o
Receipt nf Iioes good. The market opened strons
at yesterday's prices, but declined toward tho last
ana closed 5c lower.
Trie following are tho representative sales of hoes
t tl.e yards today:
PIGS AND MGIIT1
Good mtillon jihen, SOraiOO ...
Gooil stock (met., '6(iiV
Good ctool- wethtrs. 75a85....
...3 .W4 25
...2 503 M
.3 (1033 50
Good to extra lambs 1 UUjJ 59
Run of bogs good.
Tho quality of hogs is Itctter.
Market 5 conts oil' today.
A train load of Texas heifers at the
IIos purchased today: Dold 9CG, Steck
150, Hanks 158, Armour 400, Butts OS,
J. B. Kell, Clearwater, had two loads of
hotiK on the market.
W. T. Bulkley, Derby, marketed hos
Geo. Gi'more, Mt. Hope, brought in two
loads of Jiocs today.
"W. T. Hull, Mt. Hope, sent in a load of
.1. M. Hatton, Corbiu, had hogs on tho
L. W". Baird, Mt. Hope, came in with a
Windsor Bros., Garden Plain, had four
cars of cattle on today's market.
J. M. Ratcliff, Cunningham, had hogs
F. P. Miller, Pratt, had a load of hogs on
B. B. Ramsey, Andover, sent in a load
of hop today.
Kd Weidloin, Augusta, had hogs on, to
J. N. Botven, Spivey, sent in a load of
Nichols Bros., Rochester, had two loads
of hogs on today's market.
C. Firg, Nashville, sent in a load of hogs
T. 13. Roby, Isabel, marketed hogs to
day. "avis & Sons, Milan, had a load of hogs
on the market.
J. M. Pirtle, El Dorado, had hogs in to
day. W. P. Pack, Mound Ridge, seut in a load
of hogs today.
E. C. Robinson, Towanda, marketed a
load of hogs today.
J. R. Hawthorn, Benton, had hogs on to
H. T. Little, Sedgwick, had a load of
hogs in today.
A. Barnard, Belle Plain, sent in a load
While & Cain, Freoport, sent in hogs to
day. Alex. Knott, Belle Plain, had two cars
of hogs on today's market."
Armour bought SO head of hogs in one
bunch, today, that averaged 3 1 pounds
per head. This is, so far, the heaviest
draft of hogs that have been -weighed at
the yards, and is, by the way, a pretty
good average for so large a number.
LITE ST00K MARKET.
ST. I.OU1J. Mo Oct. 3. -CATTLE. Receipts.
1400: shipments none. Market steady. Natives
U 7545 00. stockers and feeders. UU3 10; Texan
and Indians 12 3i3 80. HOC Receipts KiUX
shipments none. Slarket lowc4. Heavy 3 SOyM 50,
3 DU3 W. Ml fc.-r KeCCtptS 110U. fchlp-
robots 200. Market steady,
Good to choice 1 4 UX3
KANSAS ClTT. Mo.. Oct. 29-CATTLE-RecelpU
T7G3- khlpment 5090 Market 10c lower, bteers
j 204 75, cows Jl 25..2 SO: Mockers and
feeders I r3S 10, range steers, tl tOA2 0, range
cows, 1100175. HOOt-hecelpU 1O70. Rhtpment-s
. Market 5i9e lower. Bulk J2 SA3 ai, all
trades 2 5fti4 CO. MIEEP-Recelpts 1SW: shipments
100 Market stead. Lambs 13GJJ4 35, good to
S!.'0,. J"un t 04 3 blockers and fewlers
9 7534 12t.
Chicago ni Oct. 29.-The Drovers' Journal.
t?poIt f, ATTLE-Hcelpts 2000 shipments S0UUL
W2rT,.fl0.w nd we4k- Weers WaV5 2U. Texan
JJ2 25(3 40. rangers 0V3S tt. HOUS-Receipts
R,0ua, Bnlpmenm 70U0. Market acUve. steady to
Mronger. Rough and common 350&3S5. fair to
guou miicu ;" iu, prime neavy and butchers'
weichtA. U 12W(
t AS 11
light 3 JCx4 'a pigs U SOt
aS fO SHhLP.-Krcelpts 10UU. shipments MU.
jiiarei. uraio, uj. -auves rs TUi 80. Wectems
! s.Ur.e' btdy. Natives J3 71,44 80. weeteras
24 KUI M, luiiu o u, iuBi. fi !.t4b OJ.
Wlchlu Grain Market.
Wictuta. Kan, Oct. 73.
No changctoday n wheat. Corn lsqnoted2chlsh
r and In active demand.
Following are the closing quotatloi j on grain:
GRAIN-Car lota on trace
WHEAT No 2 ESc No 2 hard 79c. No 3 81c, No
CORN No 3 or better c white tie, new corn
RYE No x. or better 73c.
MAY $3 S04 60 per ton In car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop In car iota 83c per KMlbs
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPE
New York Money.
New Yonit Oct.
Money on call easy ranging from 336 per cent,
last loan 3, closed offered at 2 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper Gi
'Sterling exchange- quiet and easier at 14 8Wf
for U) daj bill and f i abi for demand.
Chlcazo Grain and Prod ace.
Chicago. 111.. Oct. 23. "Wheat-Active, strong
Corn Unsettled, weak and Hy-c lower.
Outs Quiet and easy.
Pork Dull and weak.
L rd Quiet and easy.
The leadlns futures closed as follows
WJUAy-October $101, December $103, May
CO'rtN-October 5?Ci Novcm er SIKc, May 55.
OATS-Octobcr 43Wc. December c May IGHc.
PORk-Decernberl035. January tl2 4K May $12 s5.
LAUD December 16 40, January 6 CO, May 7 00.
SUGATt Cut loaf WQtHc; l.Tanutated tiftc; stand
ard A C?ic.
Cash quotations were a follow
FLOUR-Winter patent $4 50S5 05; spring patent
4 k5 ffi; bakers $3 00(3 75.
WHEAT No 2 pring and red, 1 Oh
TIMOTII Y-Prlme SI 211 23.
PORK-Cash 10 25.
SHORT HIBS-Cash J5 405 50.
SHOULDERS Dry alted r.i G23 75.
SHORT CLEAU SIDEs-t5 K)Sa 9J.
articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat 83.000 12,000
Corn 2Oi.0Trt 413.000
Oats 218.OJ0 12y.(M)
BUTTER Steady. Extra Creamery. 2223c extra
firsts 19&2Ic. firsts KV3 17c. extra diary lE'JOc, extra
firsts dairy 17ft 17c. firsts 13 15c.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas Cirr. Mo, OcL 29.
The Dally Indicator reports:
FI.OUR-XX, fi5c; XXX 75c: family $1 05; choice
$1 40; fancy $1 70: extra funcy $1 S01 65- patent
$2 WZ 2 15.
WHEAT Steady. No. 2 hard cash 87c bid,
8Sc asked. October ESc asked. Ho. 2 red cash 94c
COKN-Hlgher. No. 2 cash liiiiOc
OATS Steady. No. 2 cash 4 lHc bid. 42c asked.
HYE Stronger. No 2 cash C2c bid, October Clc
BUTTER-FIrm. Creamery lC21c, dairy 12
EGGS Firm at 17c
HAY Steady. Fancy prairie $9 00. good to choice
C 50&? 00, Umothy $3 O0& 50.
St. Louis 1'rodnce.
St. Lopis. Mo Oct. 29.
"WHKAT Cash hleher.SSWc. onuons lower. Dec-
ruber 99Kc May $1 0t3.
CORN Cash hlftber, 50Hc options lower, Decem
ber 49e. May 51?fc.
OATS Cash hiKner 45. options lower. May 45Jc,
PORK-Dull. Jobblnir 11 00.
LARD Lower. Butcher grades 1600.
WHISKY Steady at 1 13.
ATTORNEYS- AT LAW.
Tncj. C. WlI.BOK, JOS. A. BBUBACUTR.
WILSON & BRUBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOS-tf
vr. P. Camphbll. jas. l. Dnii.
Attorneys at Law, Wloqita, Kan.
II. C. SLD88. W. E. STAKLIY.
SLUSS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris tC Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 1U S. Main SU, Second floor.
J. R. Hallowtll, J. E. Hume.
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL & HUME.
Lawyors. 142 N. Main Street. Wichita. Kansas.
P.A.RonnnArcn. w.n. Rauch.
MOIIltBA UGH & RA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Kureati. Col-
ici'uoiii niaue any wnero in tne United States and
Canada. No. 147 Jlaln Su. Wichita. Kumus.
Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N
Joiix W. Adams. G. W. Adams.
ADAMS C ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway east of the
Wichita National Rink. HC-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties'- Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nosh and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting glasses.
Offlco 127 N. Market street,
Israel & Myara block.
J)R. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
331 Eaet Don pins Ave.
Tclephono No. 110.
Adjoining tho Office.
PR. E. EMMA COBB,
Fomale and children's dlraeesa spreclalty. Home
or Ladles durtnif confinement, htrlctly private
lion so desired. Letters of Inquiry confidential
nd ansucrcd immediately on receipt of same.
Ho.ue, 711 South Ida ate. Wichita, Kan. 113-tf
E. Y. MUNSELL, M. B.
-Medical and jurelcal dl
CHses of Eve, Ear. Nose, and
Throat. Hemoval of facial
and other blemishes and fit
ting -pecta les.
Office and residence. 1200
South Emporia. Cl-tf
Ila- opened offices over 123 North Main street, Wich
ita. With the practice of ecneral medlclue and sur
gery Dr. Jennings will combine special work on the
Eye. Ear. Noo and Throat. Also, tho proper ad
justment of uln'VS. Office hours 3 toll a.m.;3to5
p. si. residence, 613 La wreoce avenue. D-4S.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hour 0 to 10 a. m 1 to 4 p. m. Snuday, 9 to
lOiTCLa. m. Hooiu IS. Eechhoimer nulldlng.
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Bitting block. Wichita. Kansas
Rooms IS and
W. R. McFHERSON,
Architect. Room li. No. 300 North Mala 8tret.
Wichita, Kantaa. UT-tf
w. t. PRocnrooT. o. w. biru.
BROUDFOOT & BIRD,
Architects and Supcrtataadfota. OQce 1b Fecb.
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public.
Pine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land In Sedgwick county. Office, Just at right
of west entrance. Main street. New Court House,
flrst Goor. Prompt sen-Ice guaranteed. lCS-tT
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
Dentist. Offlco 144 N. Main over Smith iStover"s
Vinllicd air administered. Residence GM N. To
pvka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. Sl-tf
D. W. SMITH,
Dentist. 117 North Main Street, one door south of
Flnlay toss" Furniture House, Wichita, Kan. Cut
FuU sets of teeth. 5. Ji and J13
Gold Fillings, (h and np; Mirer. Toe
Extracting wth cocaine. 50c Wo
ur x-auuess ucnusis.
BOYD'S DENTJ L ROOMS,
Dr. T. f. Botd. Dr. J. a. HoLLxxBrRCza
113 East Douglas Avenue. K5-U
The Photographer. Pictures la all sires and styM
He alo carries the flnet assortment of nlctttre
frames in the city. Give him a friendly call and
Look before you leap. Take the Frisco
Flyer to St. Louis. dll3-tf
11. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O, DAVIDSON'. Pro. O. A. WAXZXS. "V. P.
Jorii D erst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'RS' LIABILITT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank In tho Stat
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BASK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
J. M. pnil.LIPS. E. E. PHILLIPS.
miLLTPS 0 PJTILLIBS,
Graduates of tho Chicago Veterinary College,
Wo are prepared to do all kinds or veterinary
work. Including Dentistry, Canine and Cattle
Practice. Hospital accommodations for all patients
requiring special ca re at tl per day. Persons vrMi
Inc to purchaf a horse can ave it examined and a
certificate of soundness lvnn for ?5. In surgery we
ue the latest devices including nn operatins table.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or mall will receive
prompt attention by day or nizht.
Office. Ill North Lawrence Aenuc Office tele
phone No. 71. Residence 030 X. Topeka ave. Resi
dence telephone No. 215. 129 tf
REAL ESTATE AGrE TS
C. A. WRIGHT.
GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal Estate Dealers.
Rny amlsell Real Estate on commission, collect
renls. have repairs made economically and remit
promptly. Correspondence sollcIUMl. Now is the
time to buy and lay the foundation for a fortune
Reference: AH narties for whom wa hare Anna
business, here or elsewhere. 107 North Mam
street In Citizens' Bank Rulldlnz. Telephone, 22 .
R, C. Iskakl
Eeal Estate and Bents.
To buy Wichita city property or Scdtrwlck county
land at present prices racins large returns on j our
money, Wichita, with her stock and other Indus
tries, is Just In her Infancy, and such bargains as we
can now offer ere never offered bofore. All havincr
business In our Hue are Invited to call or correspond.
The Wichita interests of non-residents properly
and faithfully cared for. Office second floor 125
North Market. Israel Building. dtOtf
WASSAM, DA VIES & ROOD
REAL ESTATE AGEXTS
Largest list of city and Island property for salo.
Also tho famous Alvln and Hitchcock fruit lands
for sale. rite for Information.
Office Moody bulldlns, Galveston, Texas. 102tf
MISS ANNIE C. REEL,
VOICE CULTURE '. AND PIANO.
Room 315 Sedgwick Block. 103 lin'
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per aunum, tl.V). Addre.
Sister Superior. Sisters of Charity. 11. V. M. 105-tt
Kansas City Express 7:10am S:45a M
SL Louis Mail and Express- 2JVJ l i 2:00 F M
Kansas City Express 7:00 I'M 910p:
Wlnncld and Kiowa Express. fcJSJPM I3aii
Kiowa Mixed 10:35 am 4:15 P M
WICniTA AND COLORADO,
Colorado JIall and Express (11:15 A M 5:15 V K
Colorado Mixed. .. .....! 6.25 I'M 7:40AM
Depot Second and Wichita streets; ticket office 120
North Main street- E. E. IU.kcklev.
Paosensui and Ticket Agent.
TIME TA11LE CHICAGO, KOCK lsLANU As IC1FIC
("Great Lock Island Boute.")
In effect on ar.d after October 19. 13M.
I AltltlVK I.HAVE
EH) AM 655AM
11S5A m 1I25PM
I 655ru! 700pm
2'riv 230 PM
KOINO NOUT1I AND IV. M
No. 2 Cslorado Spring-1.
Denver and Pacific Coaii
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Lotu-j
and Chicago. Through
Mall and ex. daily
No. 4 Kansas City, St. LouU
and Chicago night ex.
No. K! Accommodation.
dally except Sunday
No. 3 Kansas City. St. LouU
and Chicago ex. dally
No. 1 Kansas City. St. Louis
and Chicago through malt
No. Cl Accommodation, dally
except Sunday ... .
Elegant reclining chair cars on all trains, and
Pullman slrepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. 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 JIain
street; pasenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone K1.
C A. HCTrtERFORD, Ticket Agent.
Jno. Sebastian, G. t. & p. a Chicago, ill.
ST. LOUIS SAN TRANCISCO R. R.
ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass (to Ells
Going west, pass, (stops ati
Going East, passenger-...
Going East, passenger. ..,
Going West to ISurrton . .
City Union Ticket office, 122 North Mala street
and union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA A WESTERN R. P
I JkKKlVB 1 LEAVB
Going West, pass. (dally)....
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going East, freight.. . .. ...
D. H. Rhodes, Freight & Pass. Agt. 122 N. Mala
SupL, cor. 1th and Douglas.
Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, and at
Culon Depot, Douglas aTonuc, W. D. Mcrdock.
ATCHISAV. TOPEKA A SAXTA TX R. R.
TRAINS. ! ARRIVE t LKAVt
NORTH AND EAsTT.
Denverexpress 406pm 4p
Eastern express ESpji 1240pm
Colorado and CallfornU ex-
Sress 400 pm 413pm
Icago express 150PM SCOP
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma A Panhandle exi 749 am 749 AM
Texas Express 4 05pm 4Hpm
Caldwell Express- I 760pm 7C0pM
City Union Ticket office 125 .ori3 Mala street. an!
Union Depot, Duglas ave&ce.
WBOLESAIL AND RETAIL
Corner First Street and Lawrence Arenoe.
Chicago Yards. 2th and Iron streets. Chlca-o.
A. smith, saleman. Geo. L. I'ra.tt. and Geo, W.
Cross, Resident Partaers.
f Dr. J. E. Bennett
PILES. FISSURE-nTTL-v a&s all dfeeuei of
the rrctom cured withoat the os X U knife, liga
ture, caustic or detention frots festa. Noaar
to be paid until patient 1 cared.
Private Diseases in both wi$ speedily cured.
Call oa or address ...
DR. J. E. BENNETT,
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas .NaCI TtanV,
K. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
HYE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MERCHANTS
proposed amedme:s-ts to
House Joint Resolution No. 5.
Honse Joint Resolntloa No. 5. proposing an amend
ment to sections .three and twenty-five of article
t o of the constitution.
Be It resolved by the leclslature of the state Cf Kan
sas, two-thlras of tho members elected to each
houe thereof concurring therein:
Section-L The follow ms proposition to amend
tho constitution of the state of Kansas Is hereby
submitted to the qualified electors of the state for
their approval or rejection, namely: That section
three. Krtirle two. be amended so that the uime
shall read as follow?: Section 3. The members of
th legislature shall rtceivo as compensation for
their services the sum of three dollars for each day's
actual service at any regular or special sexton, and
fifteen cents for each mile traveled by the usual
route In eolng to and returning from the place of
meettng;but no compensation shall lie allowed or
paid to any membe for more than ninety days at
any regular session, nor for more than thirty days
at any special session. And that section twenty-hve
of article two be amen led so as to read as follows:
section 25. AU sessions of the legislature shall be
held at the state capital, and all regnlar sessions
bhall be hrld once in two years, commencing on the
rlrst Tuesday of December of each alternate year,
commencing: on theflrst Tuesday of December A. D.
one tncusana cigiiinunureu anu ninety.
Stc.2. This proposition shall be submitted to the
electors of this state at the ceneral election of rep
resentatives to the legislature In the year A. D.
eighteen hundred and ninety, for their approval or
rejection. Tho-e votlne In favor of this proposition
shall have written or printed on their ballots: -For
the amendment to sections three and twenty-five of
article two of tho constitution:" thoe voting against
the said proposition shall havo written or printed
on their bollots. "Against the amendment to sec
tions threo and twenty-five of article two of the con
stitution." Said ballots shall bo received and said
votes fhall be taken, counted, canvassed, and returns
thereof be made, in Uie same manner and In all re
spects as Is provided by law In case of tho election
of representatives to the legislature.
Sec. 3. This resolution shall take effect and be In
force from and after Its publication in the statute
Approved Jlarch 1. 1559.
I hereby certify that the foregolDg is a true and
correct copy of the original enrolled resolution now
on file In my office, and that the same took effect by
publication in the statute book May 25th. ISO.
G3 WILLIAM JUGGINS, fcecretary of State.
House Joint Resolution No. S.
House Joint Resolution No. 8, For the submission of
a proposition to amend the constitution of the
btate of Kpnsus.
Be it resolved by tho Legislature of the state of Kan
sas, two-thirds of the members elected to each
house thereof concurring therein:
Section 1. The following proposition to amend
the constitution of this state Is hereby submitted to
the qualified electors of the Mate for their approval
or rejec Ion, namely: 1 ho constitution of tho state
of Kansas Is hereby amended by striking out the
whole of sections 2 and 13 of articles three of the
constitution, and inserting In lieu of said sections
the following, which hall constltne section 2 of
article 3 of the constitution: Section 2. The supremo
court shall consist of seven justices, who shall be
cnosen by the electors of the state, rour of whom
shall constltuto a quorum, and tho concurrence of
four shall be necessary to every decision of tho
court. Any elector of the state shall be eleglble to
bo elected or appointed justice of the supremo
court. The justice holding the oldest commission
by virtue of nn election shall be tho chief justice,
and in case two or more justices shall hold commis
sions by virtue of an election of the same
date, older than tho commissions of the other Jus
tices, they shall determine by lot who shall be chief
Justice. The term of each Justice of the supremo
court shall be six years, commencing on the becond
Monday in January nest after his election. On tho
adoption of this amendment the four additional
Justices provided for by this amendment shall Ikj
appointed by the governor, and shall hold their
offices until the nest general election In 1SU1. when
their successors shall be elected, one to serve until
the second Monday of January, 1831; another to
serve until the second Jlondny of January. 1S36: and
the other two to serve until the second Monday of
January. IKS. The members of tho supreme court
elected at or prior to the time of the adoption of
this amend" ent shall be justices of the supreme
court under this amendment for the period of time for
w hlch they were elected. After the general election
In 18111 one justice of tne supremo court shall bo
elected at the general election in each year except
the year 1337, and every six years thereafter, when
two Justices shall bo elected. The Justices of tho
supreme court and the Judges of the district court
shall at stated times receive for their services such
compensation as may lie provided by law: Provided,
Such compensation shall not bo less than fittcen
hundred dollars to each Justice of judee each year:
and Mich Justices or Judges shall receive no fees or
perouisltes. nor hold env other office of profit or
trust, except a Judicial olllcc. under the authority of
the stato or the United States, during the terra of
office for which said Justices or Judges shall bo
elected, nor practice law In any of the courts In tho
state during their continuance In offlco.
Sec 2. This proposition shall be submitted to the
lectors of this state at tho general election for the
lection of representatives to the legislature In the
j car A. D. eighteen hundred and ninety, for their
nppr al or rejection. Those voting in favor of this
proposition to amend tho constitution shall have
written or printed on their ballots, r or the Judicial
amendment to the constitution." Those voting
against this proposition to amend the constitution
shall have written or printed on their ballots,
"Against tho Judicial amendment to tho constitu
tion." Said ballots shall bo received and said votes
shall be taken, counted, canvassed, and returns
thereof made. In tho same manner and In all re
spects aa Is provided by law in cases of the election
of leprcsentatlves In tho legislature.
Sec. 3. This resolution shall take effect and bo In
force from and after Its publlcatlou in the statute
Approved February 27, 1SS9.
1 Iiercqy certify that tho foregoing Ls a true nnd
correct copy of tho original enrolled resolution now
on tiro in my office, and that the same took effect by
publication in the statute book May 25th. ViO
d63 WILLIAM I1IGOINS. Secretary of State.
Take srp.se at Wharton for Stillwater;
Billy Suyder, proprietor. d4S tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The "Wichita Eagle,
dl tf Wichita, Kansas.
Do not be deceived by speciously worded
advertisements of other lines. The Frisco
Limited is the fastest traiu to St. Louis by
more than one hour with incomparably
the finest equipment. No charges and no
delays at junction points. dll3-tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
We have for -alo at this office a sectional
map of what is known as the Cherokee
outlet, together with a man of Indian ter
ritory, Oklahoma and all tne Indian reser
vation 32x27, on paper $1.50, printed on
cloth $2.50. t 120-tf
A handsome lithograph map of the city,
showing all the streets and location of tne
public buildings, etc., lor sale at this
Take the Frisco flyer to St. Louis and
the east. It leaves Wichita at 2:25 p. m.
Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacilic "Pleasant Hill route."
Through sleeping and chair cars without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 5Sd t
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, allnyg
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-livecents a
bottle. dW tf w4G tf
Three Through Train..
Two night, one morning, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 4S-tf
Night express for Kansas City. St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita at 9:40 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullmau sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
If you have a railroad ticket to sell or
want to buy a cheap ticket to any part of
the countrv, don't fail to call on W. IL
Baker, the" ticket broker. Office in Man
hattan hoteL SStf
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office.
Aders3 the WichituEAGLE, Wichita Kan.
SHALL Hi. SATISFIED.
ATr the toll ed raroll
And the axrnlsh cf trust b-KM.
After the burdes of weirj- caras.
Baaed JccEtegs, Harracted prarerf ;
After the pissioa and fever asd fret.
After the achic; cf vaia regret.
After the harry Mi heat of strife.
The yeanJnr &sd Uxslzg that taea caQ
Faith that reocr. tad fair heps desled,
I shiH t satisfied.
When tie golden box! i$ hrokea
At tie scaay ftmstaiia side:
When the tarf Kes jreea ti ooJd aior
Wrooc aai sorrow aad loss sd love;
VTfcea the rrext dnih 'ntts cf ac ttiad
At !h doors f tfc nsdiscorered Uad;
Wea all v have left Is oar oldes plans
Is ta eptx chAir aid a I tecsred fac;
Who: tho payer is ecded, aai the tizh h
HOW INSTRUMENTS ARE CHARGED
Lota of Noise In a Small Boom Selec
tions by a Fafll Orchestra and Songs
from a 31ale Quartet Sobs from a Child.
Humors of the Cylinders.
In a little room, without the sign of an
audience, several lusty fellows blew upon,
beat, scraped and otherwise maltreated
their suffering instruments, and made all
this noise, moreover, to closed doors in an
atmosphere that was stifling. The red
faced leader at length cut an unusually
broad swath in the air and the selection
was finished. Rushing to the window
Professor Baton threw up the sash and in
haled the welcome breeze.
But why all this furore ia a little room
They are loading up a phonograph. See
that machine standing on the table with
the great exaggerated looking ear trumpet
hung by a string from the wall, with its
smaller end fastened to the receiver or ear
of the contrivance? It Ls really an ear
trumpet, as for ordinary practical pur
poses the phonograph is a3 deaf a3 any
human being that needs tho tube. The
trumpet is of tin. about two inches in di
ameter at its smaller and four feet at its
larger end. Tho outside is wrapped
tightly round and round with twine, after
the fashion of a ball bat handle, to deaden
a metallic ring and imprison the sound
After turning the cylinder and crying
into the tube in loud tones, " 'Down Upon
the Sawanee River,' rendered by Profes
sor Baton's Brass und String Military
Band on the 20th of September, 1600," tho
gentleman in charge of the phonograph
set the wheel revolving at the proper speed
and motioned for the music to start up.
First, however, he was careful to close the
window, lest some of tho strains be lost in
the outside air, and the instrument fail to
get n good impression. The musicians
rendered tho plaintive melody with deaf
ening effect, and the phonograph man
smiled broadly as he stopped his ears per
force on account of the din.
MUSIC AT CLOSE QUARTERS.
"Yon see," ho affably explained to a vis
itor, "the instrument has not reached so
perfect a form as we would wish, and we
take this mode of filling a cylinder. It is
absolutely necessary in order to get every
note that the room be very small and the
phonograph right up among tho per
formers. "That will do, gentlemen; I believe that's
about all I'll ask of you today. Now let's
have tho 'Dark Secret Quartet.' "
Tho exhausted musicians put their in
struments in their cases and slowly filed
dewn the etairs. John, the office factotum,
then stepped down about half way to the
bottom of the flight, and, placing his
fingers to his lips, drew therefrom what
was meant for the tune of "Climbing Up
tho Golden Stairs." Four shining faces
appeared at the street doorway, and tho
"Dark Secret Quartet" was soon on deck.
"Now wo will change our ear trumpet,"
said the operator, as the colored gentlemen
found seats. Detaching the largo four
foot trumpet from tho phonograph and
string he substituted one of similar shape,
but about tho size of an ordinary cornet.
This was likewise covered on its outer
surface with cord.
"Now you fellows stand here," continued
the operator. "No, nearer yetl There,
about three feet from the trumpet it
don't shoot you're loading the gun, not
firing it see what do you sing?" and ho
paused, partly from want of breath and
partly for their reply.
"By, by, My Honey, I'm A-gono!"
"Bill and the Devill"
"All right, go ahead one two three
there!" With a rollicking rhythm and that
quaint, plaintive intonation and refrain
found only in the throats of the African
descendants, the quartet metaphorically
unloosened themselves on tho melody that
Scanlan mado so popular.
Then the quartet was dissolved, and a
duet was organized with a double banjo
accompaniment. All the old plantation
melodies that tho four could remember
were brought out with a gusto and vim
that would shame Billy Emerson, nnd
caught upon its cunning waxen brain to
be spoken again may bo ten years hence in
some land across the sea.
Then a little child, perhaps a year in
age, wa3 given the place of honor before
the machine, nnd the trumpet again
changed to one somewhat over six inches
in diameter. The little ono gazed in ter
ror at the formidable looking contrivance,
evidently a stranger to such a plaything.
The operator brought out a doll and a
toy monkey for the purpose of getting a
hearty laugh from the child. Try as he
would, however, the baby was all eyes for
the phonograph, but utterly oblivious to
the monkey, although the operator mado
the beast swallow the doll, and vice versa,
many times, and performed a dozen other
antics just as amusing.
"If you won't laugh for me, my dear,"
he at last rather impatiently exclaimed,
"you'll cry, I gnessl We'll register a good,
hearty boo-hoo, won't we" Here the en
thusiastic operator pinched the baby's
plump arm, and threw the doll and mon
key in the corner. The effect was magical.
CRIES INSTEAD OP LAUGHTER.
Now that the toys were out of all reach,
and her arm smarted hotly from the
pinching, the child obligingly set a most
healthy pair of lungs to work. The pho
nograph took down the sobs as they came
up from the little choking throat, and
after a sufficient number bad been gath
ered in the wheel stopped.
"Well, my little sugar lump," continued
the base tormentor, "you can have the
things back now that we've got what we
want. The cylinder is full, and I'll end
this to New York at once. Bah, you mean
little impl You're lauzhing, aa sure as 1
am living, you are! And my cylinder is
full, too. What luck!" and he turned dis
"Yes, it is rather interesting to sea ns fill
'em up for future generations of men to
listen to. We have all sorts of tunes,
though, and all sorts of bothers once in a
while. Sometimes when we have a gem
of a comic song nearly through the singer
will stop to cough or blow Lis nose. The
effect is horrible. Think of sitting down
in your parlor with your folks to listen to
the family phonograph. The pong is fine.
"With the truest intonation and the
rxeetcst effect imaginable the unger sings
'He's Going to Marry Ynm Ycm," orxome
other gem. Just at the b-st point b
pauses a long drawn out pause. Then
you hear the nce blowing, and can very
well imagine that the pause was consumed
in drawing from his coat tail pocket a red
bandanna." St. Loni Globe-Democrat.
A Sunday Moraine; QaarreL
Mr. Wedgewood Wbsre do yon seppene
yocr first husband went when he died
You know yoa drove him to
Mrs, Wedgewcod (interruptinjri He
went where you will neTer be able to fln4
bici, ir to hercn.
3Lr. Wedictwood So. and I don't taiak
anybody els will be able to find blrn thera.
Sn I am goinj to icanT
Sea Of ettna it's lass. WctIijcu
raanas ir woaJd bsJ .M'artm'm 'Wisakla.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied
The following rates csder the different beadlnc
rill be charged.
3ff"Payable Strictly in Adrance.
No advertisements taieu for less than 19 cents.
One Use adTertlsemost charged tunc rate a.t tw.
NOADVEIITISE3IENTS TAKEN "TO KCN UN
Price eirea under cla-iaed he-vis la this colomti
ipplScaSie only to local advertisements. No forciRi
drertlsnnect taken at price given.
Answer to advertlseznests tonl In care of th
tUCL?; oCc" thould be called tor iMthln lfldAj
after Inaction. When drertlrs rlsb replys J
vrsrded to tbam stamped envelopes rrnut bo sent
Raferenco to former advencinents should cr
d ascription sad dte of Insertion or copy of tho Jul
rertlcient should be sent.
Not responslMu for advertisements given or dl
oonl&ceu by telepaone.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Vnder this hesil 2c per line per tUy.
WANTED-GIRL TO CARE FOR CHILDREN.
Mrs. Bonney. 3tt N. Topffca. dill 31
WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
L-rneral housework In a family of four. Ap
ply t 1205 N. Lawrence ave. dM tf
"WANTKD-A OIRL FOR GENERAL HOCSE
1 work, Inqure at 13)5 Bitting ave., GreUTeu-
TVANTED-A GOOD. COMPETENT GIRL TO
II do ceneral houseworl:. Apply at No. 1MMN.
WANTED-A GIRL FOR OENERAL nO0SE
f work, In a family of two. Call at 3 North
Park ave.. Colletre Hill. dlT-tt
WANTED-A GlRr' "11 GENERAL HOUSE
il wurk. Apply ut Champion's book storm.
WANTED-A COMPETENT NUKbE GIRL
not less than IS years of ass. Mrs.A-S. Mun
son, 4C9 Waco ave. dill X
M iscella neo us.
WANTED - EXPERIENCED SKIRT AND
waist hands. L. E, iirccken, Fletcher block.
lndcr this head lc per lino per day.
"7ANTED-HY A M1DD1.E-AOED LADr A
1 1 iostt on In a small family to assUt in llcht
houseworK, hewlnjr. eic Address Mrs. L. C. Khl'Io
WANTED-A SITI'ATION TO DO LIOHT
u bou.M;work. Call or address I. E. 11.. care
Eagle oOlce. dliia
M iscetla neo us.
WANTED-A PLACE TO WORK FOR BOARD
1 ana SI a week and t" to nchool near First
ward hchool. WHUui'todo wushlut; und lronlni;.
Address "G K" this oiUce. dliu fit
trader this Head 2c per line per day.
WANTED MALE HELP.
Lnder this head 2c per line per day.
.i.MfcU-liOUO 1IHOOM MAKER AT WICH
1 1 lla Broom Factory. (115 N. Main at. dlSWl
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
TVANTED-BHIGHT, HONEST BOY, 13 TO M
if yeara, to learn druc business. Apply nt .So.
11U1 West UoukIus. cor. beneca. dlti Ct
"WANTED-ALESMAN TO SELL LINE OF
if clours; 11(0 per month and ospenocs paid.
Address with stamp Sumatra Clear company, I hi
caco. 111. dhurbt
M iscealla n cous.
SITU A TIONSMALE.
Luder this head lc per line per day.
TTTANTED-BY AN ENERGETIC YOUNO
T V man a place Ut do chores for bounl while at
tendlnc kchool. t nderstand thu earn of horsftt und
cows. Good references. Call at ofhee of bouibwtM
ern Ilua'neoi Collctfo. dlUHf
t nder this head 2c per line per day.
I nder this head 2c per line psr day.
lANVASbhlto'WANTED Al THE SINGER
i bewlnif Machine oQce. Liberal lnducemcfiti.
WANTED AOENTS-IN ENERY CITY. TOWN
and vlllote In tbe Lnlted bUtea lescept in
ftato of kansasi to take ubcnpUonR. PualmacUrs
can make uiony. ho capital required, bampu
copies Irr. Caxli couiuIumiai, money can be mad
by getlinif up uubs. Addttoa Ue WtchlU. I.le,
WlciiUa, iCan. 11-if
H ANTED M ISCELLA NEO US
7 ANTED- A " LA ilGE hlZE. SECOND-H A N D,
fi Sre-prouf safe. Inquire at county einrk's
sfSce dltl K
ANTED-A FRESH JERSEY COW. AD
1 1 dress with particulars. J. L. Elmltt, Hoi lie.
WANTED-A GOOD STOVE MAN AT WICH-
'.U Hardware btore. 2X8 E. Dvuzlac dlttft
f ANTED - BY A STENOGRAPHER TO
Y V work is a taw office la tne itwoixxu far um
of a Hemisston typewriter. Addxeta V " room 1.
lliN. MlnU dlisM
ANTED-omuS WANTING PLACES TO
1 1 call at Wecoan's Exehance Ui N. Mala t
WANTKD-LADILS WltoHINO HELP CALL
TT at WumaA LzcbaBcs JO N. Mmc dlWJl
I f Keowlf Mrfllcj: ttta bcolt h.s "New Pk-
eeMfor Uyelac "for tl. Every man kswwi mat la
tra it wrk that a. K-joiu-otd t-vf (aa dre a4
cionn th werst faded eeal in flflrs mlMiifia a
goodaa&ew, I uaaits a Jwt 9f sassp4 taru a&4
rn4-luiad cUfthinii Ua Hum at Obe-hall prHm. A.
Khowltra, ro K 7AmmnM bl4z. dl W 3l
WANTLD-A BANJO PLAYKR AND MNOER
It at &ce. A. Knowlea, room f Zlatssarly
WANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO
1 1 allead the Ntjbt Sco4 at ti kestfewectera
Blses VoAtx. sbertAad. toikk?te, j
tBaabip sad arrfhsvruc Uxtrwcxb-y uajp. yxu ut
tmA Uh drcsuar. dlsjii
WANTED-A OCKD. OENTLE VKtVlSO
i f here far bis care frum new sfl Jaatu.fT L
V. Apply or addtesa 2tt . MorrU i.
TrANTED-A NICE. MALE XALTH?E UT.
Tf A9tiyst4a&.Ista4ave. d!X'
WANTED-JWjAKD AND KWM
1 f rx SaaeLy by a yoezs lady.
&tvh 13U N. Tvja ave.
IN A PBI
Call at or ad
dSfc WANTED - TO BCY A SKC0ND-KAND
tiar tor elter hart er soft eoar was stave
sttabie tor i-arter mt tuut nm. Atf4rre. uat
imr parUcsiars aid petee. "Un"" ear A Et .
NTED-A FEW PIT1LS TAKES IX
CMaa alate. Ckttu. ds4 ax4 Srwj.
Elia O. hSle-K S3 Wco av.
''ANTKD-eEOtND-HAND ENOIXfiS AND
Mvlffni. lTi'fr-"i 7"-'i'-rnTiiTfnritrT.
Wnce uraealars aaa srtc for eatb. at
reulstaUee. X&Arv UatsuoiX i'vzulrf.
TTrAXTED-A THOHOCOH BCStXtm A.V
Y erwessaa. eatable irfteTirtfcJytca.
Vtg away a U rtd any. Aldreae. H. C tatm
I ANTKO-TO KNOW. WHAT THE JSI3CXKT
l IsssiBC rw eo- Jar BtSe aieoey, U
lo WirisSC TaMarksr easeyasy. 33 X Mats-
WANTED-CLEKSS. ROOE KEEPERS. mCN.
1 1 rrj4 d Hit sffsratata, nr 4i
arrs irto wa " , tiiiiiifip MMSt
is skr aT brk-T. sail ct Um aMweura
Bcsisess . csesr Dvssla uA ?Ls as
sscs. viriciiu, Cii. au
THE PE0PLFS COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
WANTED WATERBURVS SCHOOL OP
i sQorthand and typo wriuag. V, U. C. A.
uuutuuc; sessions uaiiy.
WANTED-THOSK WHO DESIRE HI&SER-
vices to address, by csrd or telephone, J. L.
Sheldon, piano tuner, at tho Xaahatua hoI
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Under this head 2o jxr line per itar.
7?On SALE A JEltoKV BULL CALF SIX
JL1 months old, elijclblo to registry. Ptjc S&ttl
Kansas National Baltic dlSU
LfOR SALE TOVEPIPE AT WHOLESALE.
AJltlfo A Cot. 1111 E Uouclss ave. dUO-Bi
SALETHREE 11ROOD MaRES iT
tiro milch cow. Call or address Wd &. Market.
FOR SALE noCSEHOLD FUKNITUnS
cheap; to be sold at once: also dray wacua.
Call at St &ontn Marsec d!5T-J;
IfOR bALE-A NEW M ROOM HOT-EL KOK
A? tale. Laqnlrs at atcJiahan DatccUv asnci'.
FOR SALE-UO HORSES. WE HAVE ONK
hundred head of hooes and tnares, ranjdiur tsv
ao from 3 to 5 years oid. ana a number o( mules
for bale. Also two Norman and two Uambletoman.
Malllons. or further Information, call on U. JL
Dickson, room L 2Ui . Mala v lchtta Kan.
1,X)R SALE CnEAP-ONE MRST CLASS PAS
1. keaccr ttoket to Louisville. Ky-. via. ot Ka&sas
atyai.ifbt.Loau. Addrewa Ticket," car Katfe
FOR SALE-TnE FIXTtTtES, STOVE AND
safe of ino J. N. Tulmathxo A Co.'a store, by E.
J . Foster. 313 Dousl&s ave. dlitU
"J70R SALE A LOT OF SECOND HAND
JL butcher tools. Rusch di 0 rover. Sit North Main.
rpWENTY-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED AT
JL this oQre, okl papers bulUble lor packing put
tins unuer carpets, etc. dUfu
LXK bALE-bCALK BOOKS. SHORT HAND
A. writers' nolo books, blank receipts and net
Looks and Irsat blanks of every kind. Mall orders
promptly attended to. Call on or stress Us Wich
la ha?tc. W ichlla. Kan. 1UHX
OR SALE A HANDSOME LITHOOIUPU
ma n ot the city of ichita. in ves names of st rots
public bttlldtncK eo(lc;es park, etc.. sue UiU on
nnen paper, prtca ft out rat. a. lor 10 rents: A
renU a duitn. Aucresji tno ici.Ha Lacia, Wichita,
JT-OR bole DEED?. MORTOAOKb AND A.t.
. klndtotlcal blanks: blank rreetpt books, nota
Look. etc. al Uio U ichita hajia odl(.. Orders by
mall promptly attended to. UluMt
Lnder this head ia per Una per day.
"I OST-POCKKT UOOK CONTAINING
office orxler for t W and small oiuuure. l'ostof-
nio order can be ued by no one but the owner, A
rewaru u returneu totii .. nosiry.
Vnder this head 2e per llna per day.
STRAYED-A RED COW WITH A LEATHER
halter on. halter utrnp tirokefi: flader will r.
culvo reward by Icavlni: at XxiN. Wakiui:ioii ave.
Cnder this head ia per Una rwd.iy.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicle
l nder thU head So per hue per dy.
FOR RENT Houses.
kmler Ibis head 3 per Una per day.
iFiiititEST-iiuusk no. im n.markkt -
KLk has elht rouni.. limldra Itali. bath, ch(s and
cstiiir, alt in Kod repair. Uood Utru and soul aottMj.
Apply al 13ft . uawreure uio.
pruement nultuble tor small family, wa
uim.k of new court iiouise. PoweMlon clveu at once.
Call at Hah ltuoM. di
CW FOR RENT-FLAT WITH MODERN IM
Ici, pruvoments. waur. o and bath. In irood or.
u-r, iX W. Llm. Apply m Ueo. Van erdeu, JC4 S.
fFOR HENT-AN LLVE-ROOMHOl.SK.
Silk, ulcely turnlsbed itiroushouu ultable tor
kiiiln boarderr, within tno blockaot Douislax ate.
ra ery rviuMinuble toa repunlbia party, Alo a
six room cotraife on Ixt. S. Very desirable, cloM 10.
Inquire ut l.XJU rt. Lawreneo. 112lt
FOR RENT Rooms.
t rider this bead 2a per Uneper day.
IVOR RENT -NICELY FURNISHED
JL with boatd, 3a M. '1 opesa ave,
I. 'OR RENT-A
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
A on ground Hour, lu private family,
ofDoususaudMsliitl. Alo for rout one-halt or
ull Ql a iurnuuri uowe wjtuiii uiv dvhuim jhu oi
the city, CailoraddrebsNo. 13i W. WUliaitu C,
Wlchlu Kan. dl40t
l?OR RENT-ROOM FURNISHED
J. f urnUbed. at 3x& S. Emporia,
dU9 !?OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
ut 225 .V hiuporla are.
ROOM. Z3 N.
A. Fourth aie.
IJIOR RENT-A COMKORTAHLY FURNISHED
7 rouui, southern oiposure, two doors nor Hi of
Central uvenue, 6IT Waco ave. dl3sWH
1710 It RENT-A NICELY
room, outaide entrance.
Ztl N. Lawrence ave
TtOR RENT-ROOMS rURNlSHED KORKKEP.
law house. Inquire at 317 N. Enipona ave
1,10RRhNT-A VERY DKHIUAULL JfbKMHH
;el rvum, 204 .Sort a Emporia. 14 U
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Ludvr thu buail2e per line per day.
TT'OR RENT-ONF. FIRST-CLAS3
'rice W per month In advance.
11. Skinner, Carrier,
T7HJR RENT-WICHITA COAL OFFICE AND
JD hr.l. For urms addraas IL b. Elcbbolu. or
lnqulto at cor. of Hillside and Harry. dlX-a
Cnder this he'd 3c per line per (Jay.
loit YllAlMTHtHliiif VACANT MUsiNKbH
JL' lot In Anthony ailJuIulBH a VUJMO block, small
W ill trade for clean stuck of xrn-
eerles or city nroorrtr.
Lot worm tWL 11 J.
Mueller, Anthony. Kan.
GENERA L STORA GE.
Under this haad 2o per line per day
JOANS ON ALL CLASHES OF HEOVItlTY AT
J reasonable fmU henorabla treatment tflvta
and, espectnl in eirry caae. The Illinois Itiui t o
ClUwiit bank buiidibtf. dhT tt
MONEY TO LOAN-WK MAKE SHORT TIME
kaiaa on eaaliaU and all ood McurlUtfa,
nuckweuir Hoibrook, 3Aaaarwica block
LOAN-WE WILL LOAN TOW
mner m lour or short time im farms er city
ptopxriy. aUo on borsta. caitta, gram. bvafSutiil
tool4, eto. iiouse uaryer. mi uu ii,Hi.
TTURNITUHE LOANH. CATTLE LOAN-XON
X ey loaned on almssl ryVblur by J F Imod
ium, over staCurd's croeery, eoraer rt and Msa.
ONKY LOANED ON IIOKKES. JlUOGIU
cow, puaot, uowtrutxa larnnar. no. imm
LuirliL If vou waul a small ainouat el BUior
com and m us. Yt. T. Nash CoLW Nurtb Mala
Csder tbis hrad 2c par Una per day.
DR. LE DUCS PERIODICAL PILLS. THE
ereat Vrah rm&r. act dtf setly on the a
uuf7i aba piUTeiy cure f9pfnn ot cbe
menpa. WarrakSod to pret&Mla BtJtrttaUwa.
TsMi pmsalMiiMlMtbe Uia 4rSj rf-aua7
ASSMtCaAPlilcosstNUiy. rental. 9tpnitrr. Bpeo.
ear. la. t OrlappMMl by caa Lwraoe.
MB fut LwscUa. WXbJla, kaa, by wkJiait aI
retail. " rr
Intheoenf wBma pteas e e-dwV5t coasty,
TbiTFewti NatUaat Baak. ot WleMU, Kssaaa,
Tb J-rl PsMMter Oetsy. Jofca Hob.
cb'SSt aa4 OSKt Zssrrtaa. WfecdaMa.
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