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S& itfaia Jparlij gagle: atttrtTptxmijWf, gctcmljci; 6, 1890
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 21 hours
15 Cattle, 500 Hogs, fehipments
No Cattle. 349 Hogrs.
The receipts of cattle were only nominal.
The demand was good for prime and jjood
butcher cattle. There was some call for
yearling stock cattle today, with but few
offered More good cattle could have been
Bold than were offered. The market
closed strong especially on butcher cattle.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET
The receipts of cattle were nominal. The riev
rnand for butcher stuff was good and market closed
Native uhlpplne ster-. cood to extra...?. 25 4 00
Good to extra native butcher fctoertt, 10003
12001b 2.71 3f0
Ntl feeding steers 2 25 a2 C5
Native gtockers 175 (S!B
Choice town and hclfen. 175 62 25
Falrtotood covts and heifers 125 el 75
Hull and stain 125 fill 75
Fut yearling ISO (2M
l.ood yeariingi J 7j
Craps coirs 1 .T
L'anner 1 On
1'oorernradesand wallawnj-s 50
Veal calves, ner head 4 HI
Texas steers, cood to extra 2 50 2'l i5
Texas Meers, fair. 2(0 fo2 45
Texas coiva 125 (41 .j
Followinn re the representative sales of tattle at
Iscatock yards today:
fi Steer calves 455
." Steer calves 450
5 ( ows ICO
1 Cow KOJ
1 Cow 10T0
1 Cow 1200
1 Cows 1070
1 Canner 131)0
2 Calves 300
The hog receipts only amounted to 500
today. The quality was fair, and quite a
large per cent of the offerings were taken
by the local packers. Speculators bought
light owing to unfavorable reports from
eastern markets. The market was 5 cents
lower than yesterday, top being (8.42.
The bulk of sales was at from $3.30 to
$3.-10. Pigs and lights sold from 2.00 to
4?.90. The offering were about all cleaned
up before the close.
ThefolIowlnB aro the representative sales of hoes
t the yard today:
Vo Dock At. rrlee,
.V, 80 223 8 8)
7 .... 250 S 10
2 SO 445 8 10
PJHH AND LIMIT".
Hood mntton shen. POrttlOO ....
ood stock ewes, 7jigS0 ,
lood f.tocV'. wethers, 75yi85
Cood to extra Uiulm
4 muttons, 95 lbt each, tb 00.
4 muttons. 77 lbs each, 4 00.
....J SftS 00
....2 50"t3 50
.,..8 (Oiis3 60
...,4 10.4 W
Wichita Grain Jlarket.
Wichita. Kan Dc. 5.
Theit was no change In the grain market. Re
ceipts of corn and oats were light.
Following are the closing quotations:
OI'.AIN Car lots on tract.
WHEAT-No 2 S8c. No 2 hard 71c No 3 76c, No
CORN No S or better 48c white 49c, now corn
RYE No 3. or better f.Tc.
HAY?" 007 M per ton In car loti.
GROUND CORN-Chop in car lots 11 per 103 lbs.
Armour shipped a load of hogs.
Ifoiiblon shipped two loads of cattle.
I31akcmau & Henrne, Leon, sent in hogs
J. II. Williams, Goddard, brought in a
load of hogs.
Win. Gawthrop, Cheency, marketed a
load of hogs today.
J. M. Peterson & Son, Sharon, had hogs
on today's mnrket.
P. Sparks, Norwich, sent in hogs today.
Carr & Son, Udall, hud hogs on today's
Herman Herr, Greenwich, was on the
lute market with a load of hogs.
Ben Robinson, one of Sedgwick's stock
men, was looking for yearling calves to
O. B. Clark, Jone of Delano township's
(substantial farmers, was a visitor to tho
Buyers today were, Dold 450, Houston
34, Whittakers 72, Hanks 85.
LIVE ST00K MARKET.
RT. Lofib. Mo.. Deo. 5.-CATTLE. Receipt.
1100: shipments 170, Market steady. Good to
fancy natives $4 00416 10; stocken and feeders
1 2 10&3 16: Texan" and Indian steers t2353t.
JIOGS-Recelpts ftOO; shipments 3700. Market
lower. Heavy 3 6033 70. mtxed J3 35:43 01.
BUI EP Receipts 800U; shipments 900. Market
htrong. Good to choice U UK25 80.
Kansas Crrr. Mo.. Dec, 5. CATTLE-Keceipu
0480- khipments 2210. Market steady strong. Steers 340
hi tu; cows n j:xrfj w. siocKri-K and rcedeis 12 VKl
iu. iiuutt mrii
10. IIOGS-Rcelou 13s70; shipment 731 Jlnr.et
low er. Hulk fS 40if 8 60; all grades f 3 lCJ
SHEEP Receipts S4&; shlnmcnti a.U Mar-
t strong. Good to cholcu 4 iUi5 10.
Cicao. 111., Doe. 5, Tho l)roers' Journal,
report. CATTLE Receipts. 9.0"J, shipments IXKU
'-rkot weak. No Christmas steers on sale. Prime
t xport nnd shipping bteers 4 S5.35 ."W, others .'t 25
(i4 75, Texans fl 7ftl W, cows, bulls and mixed Jl W
2W. ilOUS-Recel(U 80.CHU snlpment mm.
Mat kot dull, low nnd lower. .Mixed llght$3 40&
8 A bettor mixed and heavy (3G0w70. prlmo lieni v
nd butcher weights R P7H88 W, light 3 45.t 5.".
HIEEP Receipts 6 Oft), shlpineut 2(ul. ilarket
nctlve, Mtitmg. Natives 13 0ttl 95, lambs H '.155 .W
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPE
Now lork Money.
New Yonir. Doc 5.
Sioney on call easy, ranging from 4i6 per cent.
Inst loan 4, closed ofTei-ed at 4 ier cent.
Prime mercantile paper St,ul'.
Sterling exchange wmk and excited at I467H for CO
day blllk and 4 S3H for demand.
St. Lot'i. Mo Dec. fi.
WHEAT-Hlgher. Cash P2c, December 92Uc,
Janunrj- tKfic. May 07J4c J uly STito,
tHm-lligher. Cash fiwcSMr. December 60c,
January fiUttr askcsl. May 51 jit51c.
0THFlrin. Cah 45c bid; May 4G&C.
PORK-Won K, J10 75.
LAHD-WeaK. Js 62V.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
rmcAoo. 111.. Dec. 6.-Wheat Active, closing
Corn ActUe but easy.
Poik Dull nnd weak.
T he leading futures closed as follows:
WUEAT-Docembor liHac. January 82Wc May
CORN-December MKc January 51c. MayWic.
pATb-December4c .lanuar- 4. May 45Jc.
PORK-Dfceuiber S 25. January ilO 50. Mi
l.A UD December
5 55. January J5 S2.
SCUAR Cut loaf 7'i7ic; wranulated 6fc; stand-ardAC-Jic.
Cash quotations were as follows
. r,1 OCR-Winter patent 1 C35 00; spring patent
4 KVS4 75; bakers ft 2538 5a
WHEAT No 2 .pnni: and red tVJiaWMo.
f ORN-No. 2, J0H50?fc.
TIMOTHY-PrlmoJl 3l 25.
PORK-Cash t SfrSStm.
LARD-Cash 5 55.
SHOUT HIH.V-J6 WaS 20.
MlOULDEKS-bry Mtrd J4 62i4 SL
IiIbKi 91 14.
BUTTER Easy. Creamery vrttacv Bats lSv.a
extra dairy ts?4c. Urtts'J.-CilSt.
Ksusas city Prodoee. J ; . i
Kan-sis lxrsM,-Dec, 5- ,J
The Dolly indicator reporcs. ,
FLOUR-XX. (?; XXX 75c family l ttt.' choice
II 40: fancy 11 78; extra faucy l ?kl S5- paient
--' 10 I 15.
WHEAT Quiet. No. Share cah and December
24oe bid. Na 3 red cashGc bW.
CORN-Easlor. No. S cash Sc Wd. telic asked.
December 45jc I
OATS-Steady, No 2 cash and December Hc
bid. iSHc asked,
RYE Steady. No 2 cash CSc bid.
DUTTEH-Steady. Creamery 20&24C, dairy 130;
foie packed T(jloc
EGGS-Kirm at 30c , . .,.
HAY Firm. Fancy prairie tW 00, ecod to
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
J. R. Hat,t,owt,t J. E Humt, H. L. Gordon-
HaUoivcll. Hume ? Gordon,
Rooms 503,501.505 Berwick Hlk. Telephone No. 112.
THOMAS C. WILSON,
25R N 3Ia!n Street. Telephone No. 1L
W. P. CAMPBELI.. . J as. L. Dtek.
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Attorneys at Law. "Wichita, Kansas.
. C Smjss. w. e. Stanley
SL USS D STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law. Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
P. A. Ronniurnrr. w. H. RAtrcn.
ItOHltBA UGH RA UGH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United States and
Canada. No. 117 ilaJnSt- Wichita. Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
4 and C 203 N. Main it.. Wichita.
John W. Adams. G. w. Adams.
Attorneys at Law. Ofllce first stairway east of the
Wichita Nutional Bank. 116-tf
O. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Bitting block, Wichita, Kanaaa
Rooms 16 and 17
w. jr. Mcpherson,
frAn, T),.... IQ ST.. Trt V.l-l. U.I. (I. .
lchlta, Kansas. 117-tf
w. tr. rnounrooT. o. w. bird.
PROUDFOOT C BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Ofllce la Feoli
(With A. D. Mallory
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public
Flno draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land in Sedgwick county. Office, ju-t at right
of west entrance. Main street. New Conrt House.
Prompt ervico cuarunteod.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: DUeane of the
Eye, Ear, Noe and Throat,
Cotarrh and fitting glasses.
Ofiice 127 N. Market street.
Israel &. .Myers block.
H. Brandom, MD.
Eye. Ear and Cancer. No
money required until Cancor
Office 401 East Douglas Aenue. Office hours from
8a. m. to 5 p.m. dAw
DR. C. C. FUR LEY.
THYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
831 East Douglas Ave.
Telephone No. 11C.
Adjoining the Ofiice.
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseases a spreclalty. Ilnme
for Ladles during confinement
g connneineiit. ttricny pn
when so desired. Letters of inquiry conr.den
nd answered immediately ou r ceipt of same.
Horns, 711 South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. Ii3-tf
E. Y. MUNSELL, M. D.
Medical and surclcal dis
eases of Eve. Ear, Nose, and
Throat. Removal of facial
ard other blemishes, and fit
Onkc and residence. 1203
South Emporia. C4-lf
Eve. Ear, No-e and Throat. Ofiice 126 N Main
street, lcddencc. 6M N Lawrence avenue, Olllce
hoars 9 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 5 p. m. D-43
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office horn's 9 to 10 a. in- 1 to i p. in. Sunday. 9 to
JCSCLa. in. Room 13. Fechhelmor Ituildlng.
FISSl'RE 1ISTCLA and all di(-e.Tio- of
the rectum cured without tho uco of the knife, llga
IH re, caustic or detention from business. No money
to bo puld until patient is cured.
Private Dlfca.Ms In both texes Fpeedlly cured.
Call on or addre:?s
DR. .T. E. DENNETT.
l!Ctf office 143N Main St., Wichita.
"TETERISaEY " SUBGEOSS."
SI. PlIILI IPS. fc- E. PHILLIPS
PHILLIPS P PHILLIPS,
Graduates or the Chicago Veterinary College.
W are piepared to do nil kinds of veterinary
work, including Dentistry, Canlno and Cattle
PracUcc. Hospital accommodations (or all patients
reoulrlnfc special care at $1 per day. Persons w ish
lng to purcfiiist a horvi can have it examined and a
certificate or Miundne- . lven for W. In surgery we
ue tho latest de Ices including an operating table.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or mall w 111 receive
t.rnmnt .itlnnllon bv dav or liuht.
Oflicr. 114 Nortu "Lawrence Avenue. Ofiice tele
phone No. 71. Residence (50 N. lopekaavc.
Uenco telephone No. 215.
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
C A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal '. Estate '. Dealers,
Buy andFell Real Estate on commission, collect
rents have repairs made economically and remit
jiromptlv. Correspondence bollcltetl. Now is the
tlmo to"buy nnd lay the foundation for a fortune
Reference: All parties for whom we ha vo done
business, here or elsewhere. 1U7 North Main
8Uc-et In Citizens' Rank Building. Telephone. 220,
Fntu W. Isiiat-i, R. C Isiiael
Eeal Estate and Bents.
To buj Wichita city property or Sedgwick county
land at present prices means large returns on your
munev, Wichita, with lior stock nn.1 other indus
tries. Is Jut in i.er iufaney. and such lurgams as we
can now offer were ne er offered before All having
business In our Hue are lnitod to call or correspond.
The Wichita interoeta of non-resident properlv
and faithfully cared for. Ofiico tecond i!o.ir IS
North Market. Israel Building. d-Xtf
ir ASSAM. DA VIES C ROOD
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
largest list of el'y and Island property for sale.
Also the famous Alvln and Hitchcock fruit lands
for f ale W rile for information.
Ofllce 51ooly building. Galveston, Texas. lCtt
S URET 1' ON BONDS.
Those who are required to give bonds In positions
of trust, and who desire to avoid asking fr ends to
becoinu their sureties, o- who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bondsmen,
should apply In person or by letter to
V. H. LIVINO.vTON. Agent,
Stste Nafl Bank. Wichita, Kan.
Or the American Screty Company of New York.
Pamphlets unapplicat.on. 16 tf
1 Wo Pumoirranher. Tlctures In all sizes acd styles
He also carrtetb Buest sortment of picture
framesin thedty. oive hliu a lrlendly cai
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
Dn"lst. Ofiice W N. Main over smith A Stover's.
M'MiiUtl air administered. Residence C N. Te
IHikn avenue, Wichita. Kansas. 91-tf
D. JV. SMITH,
Dentist. 117 North Mala Street, one door socth of
Flaiay .foss' Furniture Kouie, mchiyL. K&-
J. O. Davidson. Pre. C. A. WALma, V. P.
Joiix D-aaz, CajEhler.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP OAPITAi. . - $ 500,000
stockitd'hs' liabimtt. 1,000.000
Larcest Paid Up Capital of anyBaak la tho Stats
Shippers of Live Stock can saTe both
time and money by doing their
business through tho
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BASK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
Full sets of teeth. 5. 16, and 110
Gold Fillings, f 1. and up: Silver, 75c;
Extraclng wHh cocaine, oOc. Wo
BOYD'S DENTAL ROOMS,
Dn. T. F, Botd, Dk. .1. a. Hollexbekoer
113 East Dousla Avenue. 103-tf
Missouri PAcinc n. n.
Kansas City Express ! 7:10a M 8I5a m
St. Louis 3fall and Express ' 2.50 p m . 2-00 P M
Kansas City Express I 7.-00 p m 9 40pm
Winfleldand Kiowa Express i 9:20 p ji i 7JA X
Kiowa Mixed UU5AM 4:15pm
WICHITA AND COLORADO,
Colorado itttil and Expiess 11.15 a M 5:15 P u
Colorado Mixed 6.25 P it i 7:40 a M
Donot Second and Wichita street! ticket ofiice 120
North Main street. E. E. Ri.ecki.ev.
nen;oi and Ticket Agent.
TIME TABLE CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND Si PCIP
("Great Rock Island Route."!
In effect on and after October 19. 1333.
I AHRIVE I LEAVE
GOIVG ?OnTlI ANI EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago. Through
Midland ex. daily
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
nnd Chicago night ex,
No. f2 Accommodation.
daily except Sunday-
No. ."Kansas City, St. Louts
nnd Chicago ex. daily
No. 1 Kansas City. SL Louis
and Chicago through mailj
and ex. dully
No. 61 -Accommod.Uion, dally
except Sunday !
2 'j'p M
Elegant reclining chair cars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
fold and baggage checked through to all points
north, south, cast and west, and steamship tickets
fold to nil European points at lowest rates. City
ticket ofiice 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
ttreet; passenger station corner Douglas and Mttai
ateiiuca. Telephone 191.
C. A. HrTitrnronn, Ticket Agent.
.T.NO. SEIUSTIAN. G. T. & P. A.. Chicago. 111.
f-T. I.OfIS i. SAN 1'UAXCISrO it. n.
AUKIVL I I.I.AVE
Cioln West, pass (to h'lls-j
525 a m
Going west., pass, (stops at
Oolug ICust, ii.issenger...
Oolng Fast, paftenger. ..,
Going Wet to Hun-ton. . . .
(Ity I'nlon Ticket office, ISNorth Main street
and Union Depot, Donglas avenue
WK'UITA il bTUUK It. It.
I Aninvi: li:a i:
Ooing West, pas. (daily) I I
Going West, Jrelght I
doing Eat, naM 'JWIA M
Going EKt. freight I 1J 15 ! l
12 15 i- ji
I iron Ticket olllce 122 Nottli Main s-treU union
I'assenger Station corner Douglas and 5th avenues.
W. 1). MuiiKOClw D. P. A.
ATCIIlrON". "lOI'EKA A SAX! A VU It. It.
TltMNS. AKKIV1. I I.KAVK
NOItTlI ANI l.AhT.
No. 411 Kansas City express 845 AM
No. 4iti t'hlcugo estlbulcd
express 955am J000A.M
No. 4Uil Missouri River ex-
pre-!! S50PM 900PM
souiii Axn wkt.
No. 40: Oklahoma City and
Oklahoma exiires 740A3I 745A1I
No. Iu7 Caid ell and l'an-
liandle expresf 740A3I 745A JI
No. VX Ft. Worth, Gale-
ton and Texas exprc-s. ... 505pji 61(lpi
No. 413 Wichita Express,
from Kansas City. 4 ?5 v ?l stops here
Trains marked tliu, . dull v.
XOlMl'MGNTJfOKTII AND EA5TT.
Train No. 414, Kansas City express, runs solid to
Kansas City, lias cbalr car servke.
Tr.iin No. 40$ li.is through Pullman from Galves
ton and connects at Newton with so'id ve-tlbu'ed
express to Chicago without change, arrlUng there
at sJVi next morning.
Train No. 4"S hae freo reclining chair car to Kan
fas City, Pullman to Kansas City, also to Topeka,
Alchbon and St. Jc-epli.
KQCTPMENT SOUTH AX.1 WEST.
Train No 407. has Pullman and chair c-irs.
Train No. 4ft lias through Pullman car to Ft.
W orth and Galveston.
Tiuln '. 41." has tot lining chair car from Kansas
City and Mops at Wichita.
. Ity Union Ticket oOlre 122 North Main street. and
I nion Passenger Station corner Douglas and 5th
avenues. W. D. McitnocK, D. P. A.
An Even Climate.
New Icxico is noted its having one o
the most equable climates in the worltl.
Sudden chuuges ot temperature are almost
unknown. It is an ideal place for winter
residence. Very low excursion rates to
Las Vegas Hot Springs, where the cele
brated Montezuma hotel is located. It
does not cost much to run over from Hot
Springs to Santa Fe, the capital of New
Mexico, noted for its many scenic attrac
tions. Inquire of local agent of Sauta Fo
route, 1J North Main street, or union
passenger station, or address G. T. Nichol
sen, G. P. & T. A., Topeka. Kansas, for
copy of New Mexico folder, just issued.
A handsome lithograph map of the city,
showing all the streets and location of the
public buildings, etc., for sale at thin
Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacilic "Pleasant Hill route."
Through sleeping and chair cars without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 56d tf
Do not be deceived by sneciouslv worded
advertisements of other lines. The Frisco
Limited is the fastest train to St. Louis by
more than one hour with incomparably
the linest equipment. No charges and no
delays at junction points. dll3-tf
The Santa Fe is the short line Pneblo, to
Colorado Springs and Denver. Note the
time: Leave Wichita 4:10 p. m., arrive
Pueblo t3:3o a. ni.. arrive Colorado Springs
7:40a. m., arrive Dener 10:30a. m. Through
Pullman chair car and dining car service.
California and the North-west.
If you are going to California, Oregon,
Washington or any point iu the north
weft, be sure to leave your name with the
ticket acent of the Missouri Pacific rail
way who will book you for trie regular
weekly excursion via. the Missouri Pacific
railway and Denver and Rio Grande rail
wav th'rongh the Grand canon of Colorado
and Salt Lake city. The Missouri Pacific
railway will run weekly excursions to Cal
ifornia" and the north-west, leaving Wich
ita every Sunday evening at 5:15. These
excursions are all taken charge of by regu
lar excursion agents who run through to
the Pacific coast, looking after the want
of neach ud every pasensrer. The Denver
and Rio Grande railway is now a broad
guaee road and the Pullman tonrist cars
run through without change. Remember
the road and the time. Low fare and the
I'est accommodations that can be given.
For further information call on orddress,
E. E. Bleckley,
P. & T. A. Mo Pac. R'v..
dl tf 120 N. Main" St.
dlcr to Mother.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Synip sbonM
alwavs be ued for children teething. It
sootlfes the child, Mf:eas the gums, alloys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is tie best
remedy for djarrhojd. Tweaty-fivoceafcs a
bottle. Used by mflifons of mothers.
d& XI w45 JL
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE-Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bant. Kansas NatT Bant
1! . C. CAMPBELL, R. IT. ELDRIDGE.
Cattle Salesman. Hos Salesman
Special Information by wire Free on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEBCHAJ-ITS
New morning express, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 43-tf
A WEsThR.N ULvDiATOR.
Peter Schumacher, "Winner of Many
Itattlln CTretll?r Bout.
Peter Schumacher, who is a native ef
Wisconsin, is 31 years old, and when prop
erly trained t ps the beam at 150 pounds.
He made his first appearance in the wres
tling arena in 1673, at the early ace of 14
years, and during tho six years that he re
mained in the amateur ranks he took part
in numerous competitions throughout the
states of Illinois, Michigan and "Wisconsin,
in nearly all of which he came out a win
ner. He became a professional in 1SS0,
J -I: ieoi U ...., r1t :
ouu can, ii xcoi iia "" uiu""
wnere ne soon came into prominence as a
wrestler, defeating the best men in that
region and winning the title of "middle-
weight champion of the Pacific coast."
Since 16S2 Schumacher has defeated the
following named gludiators: Marshall
Hughes. "Strone Al"' Houser, Aaron Ja
cobs, Sam Matthews, of Australia; Andy
nnd Lucien M. Christol, of France; Tom
my Kenny, who once defeated "Strangler"
Evan Lewis; Jimmy Faulkner, of England;
Matsadi Sorakichi, the plucky "Jap;" Pe
dro Areno, the Italian champion; Martin
Muldoou (brother of the famous Billy
Muldoon), O. F. Skinner and Jim Roll.
He also wrestled a draw with Bill John
eon. His last important match was with
Tom Connors, who defeated him at Mil
waukee, "Wis., Feb. 10, 1S90, after a gallant
struggle. With the exception of Joe Ac
ton and Tom Connors, Schumacher is prob
ably the best middle weight wrestler,
catch-as-catch-can style, now before the
An EngllHh Actor In America.
Edward S. AVillard, the English actor,
who has just presented the serious success
of tho last London season, Henry Arthur
Jones' play of "The Middleman," in New
lork, has come to America earlier m his
career than is usual with English candi-
,ifc ,. a -;,.,, ,,. tw ;c L .;
advantage rather than otherwise. As he
is now only 37 years of age the theatre
goers of this country may see him before
he shows a suspicion of decadence.
Mr. Willard has been twenty-one years
on the stage, making his debut at the
Theatre lioj-al, Weymouth, in 1SC9. He
played in the provinces nnd in stock com-
don engagement at Covcnt Garden'in "A
Roland for an Oliver," in which he waa
cast as Alfred Highflyer. This was fol
lowed by another long spell of work in the
provinces, nnd not until 1SSI did Mr. Wil-
lard act in London nrrain. It was as the '
Spider in "The Silver King" play that Mr.
Willard made his first London success.
"The Middleman'' was first given with
Mr. Willard in the title role at tho Shaftes
bury theatre, London, under his own man
agement. The other strong play by Jones,
EDWARD S. WILLARD.
"Judah," offered the actor opportunity to
display quiet intensity, elocution, dignity
and eloquence, but the potter in "The Mid-
,ll-n,'i . ,. t. !. in.oltf ,
ho fpoiin "
Mr. Willard is a tall, finely formed man,
admirably suited by nature for the stage.
He has won his success by hard work, and
borne popularity with becoming modesty.
Third Bareman Joyce,
One of John Ward's most able assistants
in the Brooklyn Players' league club dur
ing the season past was William JL Joyce,
the clever young man who looked after the
fortunes of the third bag. Joyce first saw
daylight at St. Louis, Mo., on Sept. 22,
'SST, and did his first professional work
with the Leavenworth club, of the Western
league, iu 1S37. He finished the season
that year with the Kansas City team, and
in 1S&S he joined the Texas league, playing
with Fort Worth.
The following year he cast his fortunes
with Houston, but finished the season
with the Toledo team of the International
TTTLUASI M. JOTCE.
league, owing to the disbsndmsat of the
Texa sphere sluggers. He next attracted
the attention of Cant. Comisfcy, of rb
Chicago Playera'.Ieaeueclob, who warraly
-w-Dmn:endd hira fo CaptJohn M. "Ward,
of the Brooklyn Brctiercood tesua. Th
recannneiidatloQ bad its effect, and Jjce
va eagaced. II- work ca third bc ws
very wOvrfactory dnrinz tbc momo pag,
nd he estabiistwd a rcpotatJoa strong
rvitajaa. a nvift base runner and a drer
ill rotsad rJaxui
A TRUE GESIAN GIEL
there cannot be anything
nicer When all is said.
She Is Not "Great Fan," but There ! an
Entire Absence of Affectation Always
a Constant Sweetheart and a Faithful
and Devoted 'Wife.
The German girl is not like other girls.
She is not ho piquant as the American girl
nor so stylish as the French girl, and not
so sympathetic as the English girL She
has neither the perTnasive magnetism of
the Viennese, nor the burning presence of
the Italian, nor the versatility of the Rus
sian. Her lack of these conventional at
tractions usually leads men who do not
know her to imagine the German girl to
be a rather inferior " and uninteresting
young woman. Men who hare been for
tunate enough to know thoronghbred con
tinental German girls, however, think dif
ferently. Physically the German girl is not bo
charming as the American girl. Her
waist is neither round nor tapering. Her
shoulders do not slope. Her csrriage lacks
spirit. Her face is round rather than oval,
and her hands and feet are not strikingly
trim. On the other hand she has a well
turned arm, a smooth pink and white skin
untouched by modern improvements, an
abundance of well kept hair and a delight
ful neck. Her figure is full, but not over
fed. Her eyes are clear, though unsug
gestive. NOT A COQUETTE.
The fine art of fascinating men by in
finitesimal gestures or suggestions of gest
ures is not hers. She cannot sway feeling
by the turn of the head, a droop of the fig
ure, a sinking of the hand, or a curve of
the neck. She may have an idea or two
about managing her eyelids, tossing her
head, plucking apart rosehuds, and other
like elementary practices, put tho wide
world of elaborate feniftino coquetry with
out words is beyond her Sen.
Despite all these rjeflciencies the pres
ence of the typical German girl is some
thing of an Inspiration. Slip does not over-
I "(, ui " moiniauuu. wil? u
i whelm a man with vivacity, nor burden
, u kh w w wrought affecution of
attentioxL cje J0e3 notBmobiliZe her faco
, . ,. !,, a n..
, S ESfS! ZtZ
t ,. t ,. ,.. ,X .. i.
listens somewhat impassively, though not
phlegmatically, to all" he says. Her repose
is natural and sympathetic. It wa3 born
and bred in her, is a part of her, and so is
remarkably refreshing to a man who has
worn his way repeatedly through the
pantomimic routine of the tete-a-tete with
women of other breeding and tempera
ment. In conversation the German girl Is en
couraging rather than exciting and enter
taining. She does not try to "keep up her
end." She never "carries on." She is not
"sharp," nor "keen," nor "smart," nor
"great fun." She cannot even "tako cara
of herself" conversationally. She does not
know all about operas she has never heard
and sciences she has never studied. She
does not "adore calculus," and is not "aw
fully fond of metaphysics." She rarely
generalizes brilliantly concerning novels
j.ho has only heard others tell of, and she
is far from clever at cribbing colloquial
witticisms. She is. however, intelligent
and well educated, and has an abundance
of ideas of her own. Although she known
little Latin nnd les3 Greek, she can speak
I French fairly well, understands some En-
giisn, anu tias a smattering oi Italian or
1 Spanish. She is full of information as to
. the great elector Frederick tho Great, tho
I iron days between ISO" and 1813, and the
modern German triumvirate. Sho is well
acquainted with the works of Goethe,
1 Shakespeare, Heine and Moliere. She can
I quota by the page from her favorite poet
Schiller. In case of need ahe can follow
! he5 h?a,r.t wIth h hftnd nd turn off an
astonishing quantity of sentimental verses
on slight provocation. Sho loves music,
and is familiar with most of tho grand
Tho German girl has all these things to
talk of understanding, yet sho never
sweeps a man off his feet with a flood of
conversational pedantry. When a subject
she is acquainted with turns up she talks
on it easily, without an effort to appear
brilliant or unique or deep. She is very
worshipful of the great masters, but doss
not exhaust her breath and vocabulary to
say bo. She never uses slang. She speaks
her native tongue plainly without itvailing
herself of expressions liko "ain't," "hadn't
ought" or "like you and L" Her correct
ness of speech, however, is not studied,
and she never trie3 to get under cover with
a "dear me, I always get that wrong."
Her "ja" is as sweet as the American girl's
"yes," and her ''nein" falls from her lips
with a soft indecision that mitigates half
the pain of the refusal.
SWEETHEART and wife.
When the German girl has had her little
fling, and it is a very little one, her Frau
Mamma gets her engaged. Her new social
status is published at once to the whole
j world around her. Unannounced engage
ments are unknown to the German girL
The instant she accepts a young man's pro
posal every one knows it, and regards her
as already half married. She does not
court the pleasures of a helter-skelter, fast
and loose love affair. She become all
wrapped up in her Fritz, or Hans, or Wil
helm at once. Tbereis no more flirting, oi
corresponding, or skating, or dancing with
utu" "JC"- " luiowr uiujce vrnu an
absorbing devotion which is seldom dupll-
cated on this side of the Atlantic. She geta
no special pleasure from "playing" him,
teasing him, exciting his jealousy or "lead
ing him on." All she wishes is to have
him right at hand all the time, holding her '
hand while others are present and her
when alone with him. This unswerving i
faithfulness and childlike devotion con- i
tinues well along into her married life and
usually to the end. The quiet, responsive,
undemonstrative, trustful German frau ii
only a natural development of the well
bred German ijnrL
The German pirl has many other miscel
laneous accomplishments and virtues
which are little known, and if known are
misunderstood by her foreign critics. She
does not drink beer or eat blood Eausage.
She never takes a cigarette into her month,
and does not long to be a man. She does
not drop her handkerchief or fan to bee a
man pick it up, and ?he does not hurry off
her admirers on impossible errand? just to
ihow what she can do with them. She
doesi not accept all the pretests that the
men of her acquaintance will give her, and
she iocs not tell white Ifes when it is jut
as convenient to speak the truth. Sht
never flirts in the street. She alwayt
draws on both glove before leaving the
house, acd dors cot remove them befors
In short, the German girl is warm heart
ed, well educated and well bred. She U
kind, patient acd grateful. She is too sen
sitive to do a rude net, and too fall of
ideals to do & mean one. Sht may lack, as
her critics say, consummate brilliancy and
beauty and art, but all the rvat of the world
of attraction i Sr. New Tcrk San.
Good Advle for Solldlng.
Chimneys, to be safe from Sre and draw
well, should be not less than sixteen inch
square inside, and built up from the cellar.
Use eood brick with clay, instead of mor
tar, up to the comb. Planter it inside with
cUy mixed with silt- Top with the best
bnck wdl wet and laid in cement. Do not i
let wood corae too clo? to the brick, and
don't let the stovepipe come nearer than
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ria--!! ircn-r . i&c .mj,. .r. ui j
(Children Cry fbjLPjtcherfs jCastqria.
THE PEOPLED COLUMN.
Your "Wants Supplied-
will be charged.
ESTPayable Strictly in Advance.
advertUcsents taken for less than 10 cents.
One line advertlfeiaentt charged same rate as twi
NO ADrERTISEMENTS TAKEN "TO RUN UN
Prices grrcn undor dasslfled heads la this column
ippllcabla only in local advertisements. No lorelgu
aUTertlssments taken at prices given.
Answers to idverttsementa seat In care of th
Eaole offlce ghoold be called t or wttain 10 days
aXter Insertion. When advertisers wish reply tut
warded to them stamped envelope most be seat
Reference to formr advenlseaiaaw should girt
description and date o insertion or copy of the ud
Tertlseinent should be seat.
Not responsible for advertisements given or dis
continued by telapaoas.
If 'A NTED FEMALE HELP.
I nder this head Ic per line per day.
"TTTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK FOR
Y V hotel at Kingman. Kan. Address box 11(11
WANTED-GOOD GIRL TO COOK. WASH
and iron; liberal wages paid. Apply 1T15
Falrvlew nve. dlT.4t
"WANTED-A GOOD OIKL FOR GENERAL
if housework In a email family; good wages.
Inquire 417 East Third street. dI6-tf
ANTED-A GOOD GIRL 4WH1TE1 FOK
lng or Ironing. Reference required; CTV N. Fourth
ave. d 16-41
VANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL Horsl
i work. Reference required; 841 S. Topeka
"WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
I work In a small family. Inquire at US E.
Flrt st. dUWt
VrAiTED-A DINING ROOM OIRL. APPLY
If at Cnlon Hotel, corner Twenty-first and To
peka ave. 12
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
envl housework In snnill family at good
wages. Apply to Mrs E Vail, ai7 N Topeka ave. 3 tf
ANTED-A NEAT NURSE GIRL; 312 S.
WANTED-A LADY OFFICE CLERK. STATE
f salary expected and addresa A. caro W.chlt
L nder this heud lc per Una per day.
ANT ED-BY A YOUXO LADY, A PLACE TO
work for board in private family. Good ref-
Cuil ut oulco of
ill isctlla neons.
fr.ricr Uils Head 2c rer line pentur.
J AN TED MALE HELP
Luiler tills bead Uc per line per day.
W an ii.D-watchmaker and jeweler,
t T mubt give good reference. aUoealttry wanted.
Addrers . R. fcnuler, -Mulcuiuaker and Jeweivr,
Purcell. I.T. dl7-3f
"W ANTED-FIRST CLASS MILL WRIGHT.
tV Must be capuble anil Industrious, bteady
Job and good pay to tho right man. Address wltti
reference, stilting experiei ce and lnt tltiiutlon,
cure Miller. 1'. O. box 112: Ichlta, Kan. dt tf
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
Miscealla i cous.
SI TLA Tl ONS-MA LE.
lucer this litad U per Hue perdy.
M isevlla iico us.
Employment A gencies.
X. liiler tlilr- head 2i per Une per day.
BL SI NESS CHANCES.
A UE2 TS it A NTED.
I l nder this head 2c per lino per day.
j 'ANTED-AGENTSTO JjELL THE IMNLKSstf
j Clothes Line: the only Jitie ever inveuted that
I holds the clothes wttbout piii a perfect mhcosi;
pa'ent recent!) I.-nued; rolu omy by ugeHt. to whom
me excitutlteriKiit is given, on reljt of tti rents
,miII k.tii4 m.ii,iim If tin lv rr.uil m liu. itr nl.r.
' price list and terms to acnut. weurn our terrltorj
at once. AddreMi 1 '.e I'lniesft t loUics Line Ca. 17
i utrmoii HLreei. vice;r. jiusiu miicc-AtiV
i f ANTELAGfcN'Js-lN EN ERY CITY. TOWN
Tl otid vilUje in tlib 4 nlttd hutes (except in
! frluie of haiimm to take subscription). roAUttaers
i can make ii.oi.ey No mpitui rwimrtd. batupU
! coplfM free. Cmii couitniMioOk, mousy can beuada
' bj yetllni; up clubs. AdUia tbe Wichita Ettie.
i Wichita. Kan. 7Mt
A A '1ED--M 1 hCELLAJS EO U S
"V"aNtd-aLL lOXNrw-TAKE NOTICE
that the undervsned was on tho 4th day ot
December. L3VJ. appo.nted iruxrdUa of the pxm
and t-late nf Rainier it. Jol)tton, an haWtual
urunkard. Ail persons are warued not u izt
cre-iau said l'almer R Johitrtm. wiiooMauUMirtt
ot i lie un-iereitnird. Any WA9 -UII)C or c'viotf la
toxkntiBK 1 Minors to hftn, will be pruecute! to the
fullest exunt ut lh law. U. D. Draper guardian.
WANTED-WE WANT YOU TO MhT YUCK
if farnib with ni. for our eastern buyers. W
have a large stock of farm Implement to trade for
Kansas land, if you :acl U make an trade, call
on un, for we are la the bastnem and cos ifivo you
tone bark'iu. Rouws A Uorper. 2A bailirwKk
biock, NMch.U Kan. di7-
WANTED - bCHOLARS Toil PIANO OR
or.-n. 2S cento a leOR; afeoevenlbK lent
in the common branches, oftiy tLM a ooata I sil
any evealaif at S-iO o'clock. AdelU ii. scrilton,
Ogera hotel, 3M h Wllilam ut. CH-tf
WANTED-LADIEb OK HCKINeSAHIlITY
to reyrenoot a relUMa Orw. x)rj lii pr
week, elzbl hours. AMreu C. care Eacle. d.&tf
AANTED-A I.Ibr or CHEAP bBDOWICK
county farwts We have eaak bwyen. List
yoar eUr prcprir with ba. faraMt A itetal. itoota
& e lit V Mala. Urt-l
A 1 Ei- lO LXCHAMiB IMPKOVKD yAKM
rn Nininr oautr far tnMw ta WkWc
H. K. 7otr. 114 . toanJiav. ciA-tf
1- ANTED-ili.N To HLILD STONE KltNCE
and take hors-a aa tar. All wfeacfa )eU.
1 errtll. ) L E2bl
T ten for a d dri .a kr c tcua t ym
ir. Us tff-fcO drlvr aad krotie. Addreaa A A J.
catc Eaote ecSce. B r
-STf ANTED-KM LONE TO TAKE CAKE Of A
T V lMKte. aad Ut take two rootns is ta4 be a
pqyfgrhaa.e. Apply attttN 7opkav 7
WANTED-TO TRADE OOOD CLEAR KOp.
rv aud ea.ft lae grvrr . li- .
ynrchaac-e. AdaresaAcareoJ fcate. d2tt
YV'ANTEDCLFRKa 100X XEEPERA. HTEN
1 otr-pai-r aad iwrril wrralon, or otAu
Ti --ho try t tos.ec tbfwialy atttli&t
fa ta sre aranctm. u. 'L at tl aoMlioMoi
Rsats'M cot-ve. cerber Di'U aad Topka ava-aae-.
cbu-i. kac IK
ANTL-IADIE AD OENTLEMEN TO
su4 - NccJM sas at iW it-r
t-srut-M, UMWrvJtf. -
ar,ti-jiiB aad ara
tcad twt ctrcalar.
ir.-iira4.tB aad ar-bctdc rvcey taagtt . Coil or
FOR SA LLM iscelancous.
I Mler 14-1. kel lr i l- df
I.XlR SALE-OE Ai BlItZK,Ai tfAHf
' asuaw. CaU-tnTrM U . are. dX-U
L'OK AL-E TEATSECOSiD.hAfl
JL? rkatRanle.-ar.-'ar -taws. fcSS .
I70K SALX-HC IK5-. WE HATE WJTE
! KB-o)rcal V-i mt horx aad ur a. fat;
?e fraw ta at- . as a at-T at
im im. Afe 1 aa tw MinaH.
-. k. i,a& a i i . w Ka
TTOR !ALE-A0OOO 4-TsK ow ewef.
X vaca - J -! Imr -t A.
U II Itt !. OH Waae. aU3-C I
- -- r --.
,m BuaLS- Jul- I row A HOCMK
J tacsntm JBCTaa Ika aa aa trmm
THE PEOPLE'S C0IUM.
Tour Wants Supplied.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-COLLECTION OP
valuable palatines- Address Room 14. nittlng
"POR SALE WOOD VTORKJNO MACHINERY.
A one No 1 variety saw; one No 1 scroll saw.
Egan & Co'a make, only csed six weeks: ooo lnth
and counter shAT., 16 Inch swing. 15 fool bed. Ad
dress the Stewart Iron Works, Wichita, Kan. 12 Ct
"TOR SALE 47 HOT RED SASH. ONE LUMBKH
A- wagon, one spring wagon, on Dlow. .1 W
Glean, corner Ar cansaa and ThtrtJei h t. BP
ITOR SALE SEDGWICK COUNTY I4BSABY
X tickets iHM Tolutne standard mLscelUneous
readlngVf 1 perrear. T5 cents six months, 53 cents
three months. W C T U rooms. Jut south Post
YTOR SALE a BLACK WALNUT DESK AND
JL' gixss front book case at a great bargain. Call
at room 5U. over No Vi N Market.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-ELEGANT JIOD
eru home, nine rooms, 75 feet es-t front ou N.
Lawrence ave cost 114.50 also 10J feet frost ad
Join tn all cieur. Wantcleur productlvo property
in good eastern citr. R. 1L Roys, Wichita, Kan.
I7OR SALE-ONE GARLAND BASE 1UJRNER.
; stove, flue beard andRassian Pipe, all In imo4
condlUon. Call at Room 1. UlUlogblocS. UK-tf
I?OR SALEALOT OFSECONDll AND
. butcher tools. Rusch & 0 rover, SS North Main.
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED, AT
this odce, old papers kUltabU for packing put
ting under caryow. etc. dWJ l
I70R"saLE-SCALEBOOKS. SHORT HAND
"writers' note booka. blank receipts and no.
books and legal blanks of every kind. Mall orjlors
prompUy attended to. Call on or apdreu th Vlch
ta Eagle. Wichita, Kan. RO-U
IToii A"LE-A HANDSOME LITHUGRAPlT
map of tlieotyofAMchlU. gives nauieso streets"
public buildings, colleges, parks, etc. sue lixu on
linen paper. iric 5 nts each, 3 lor lUctntK.v
rents a Uoioo. AiltUcu tho N lcb!t Eagle, WkihlU,
unnrruoiM iD A .!.
kinds of lex-al blanVs; nlunk recniut looks, nut
books, etc at the W IchlU kgla oace. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. dluwf
X. nder this bead "c par Una per day.
T OST-PAIR NICKEL
ROWED GLASSES. IN
m leiive at SUi N. Law-
JLj redcaso. Flnaer pleaa
LOsT-SMALL DARK GRAY BULL TEIIRIER,
Mven months old, ears clipped du. Putty re
turning tho Mruo to me at twelfth struct, iL P.
depot m til receive liberal reward. Alex. Uutobtu
I OsT-A M.ACK GORDON-IRISH HETTEU
Xj dog. good site. reldlh yellow legs, whit tip
on the euu of his tail, baa been mUaing sine noou,
28th; will answer to the name of "Frtuay." ti re
ward If returned to iouthest cor. Lincoln and
PatUe btrcets, dlMt
LOST-A HLACKNDAN'lKKl MIGHT
weigh a Unit 3 pounds, foot crooned froai
break. Reward If icturtted to Ifred Rush, Caxa
Grocery, 540 North Main sttvwt. u ll-tf
Under tills bead 2c per line per day.
ART AND MUSIC.
Under this head 2o per line ji
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
L nder this head 3c per line per day.
J.OR bALE-A OOOD 11UUGV. NEARLY NEW,
jc iuu ioatnor top, ei
full leather tup. end jurlag, nnd ot of ilujU
h.iruess. Apply, Mm.
a. i miinn.
IOR bALE-EXCELLENT DRIVING HOIthE,
X. phaeton bugy, rldiuis pony and btudelmkor
toad cart, llorsv perfectly aate. Ueuulna LaigaUis
If taken at one, rt. L. tx-uOrook, j6 buuth D,
SALE CHEAP-rWO GOOD HEAVY
JL work horee
Cjtll ou Jtuhrtnugh Si Itauch, 117
FOR RENT Houses.
Iniler this head 3o per Una prday.
"k-OR RENT-ALAROii -ROOil HllujEVVnii
A. closuLk, bath and water la lh house. A barn
outhu pluce. tor full particulars call on A. M.
loikur, i-ll Carlo ave. U 13-41
Cgft'OH RENT- ROOM COITAOE. OUR.NER,
"t W aUuU and betund. lnquira al iWocoa offlcv
frrrr FOll RENT-HOUSE NO. 1J18 N. MARKET
fv'l hue uht room. blde hall, bath, otowU and
cunor, all in good repair, tiood barn ana coal noun.
Apply at lAii .. ioinrtinc avo. d lll-tf
FOR RENT Rooms.
Lndcr thla head !c per llnepvrday.
RENT-ELEGANTLY r LRNISHilD
iu tiouMi. vuowiia "i.rl houM" or
Address M. Leonard. Guthrie, Ok.
NICELY KOOMB WITH
Crsl-claiM board. ZM . Topeka.
2ri OR RENT-TWO FURNIUUED ROOiib, 7S N
J rourthuve. 131
J,-o"lt RENT-NICELY FUBNIMHED K06MM AT
? Its N-Mitn U ItttUM very reasonable. 12 IT
IOR RENT-NICELY J'CRNIbHED ROOM AT
' 2 North Eniporla avenue. (-U 111'
IXlIt RENT-bTORE ROOM KxlinTAT lifvVEaT
X Doui:iasae. lcciuUo ol Laker, luflcty. Co.,
1ST North Market it. Ulil-tf
vi room, vt 'Ml ortu Eiupurio.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Lndcr IhU hwd 243 pr llu pr day.
rpo RENT-NORTH HALF OF DEACON II LOCK
JL liest location ui um mi lor wuuiania vuii
na. litrHel MrtM.
Under Ibl" hdltc pr line per day.
1'oil TritADSvhKVENtV-FIVE FKfcT WBLL
; IBipruvMl, on Maiket tret, Ixtwwn beooua
audi aim. for denlrabl improvel swutiprou-
I f tJr .fS," "h
j J'akes. iJiac m.
iii'iuir) on ptHUue,hu ortn
1.-OK1HADI. 10 (.X.D MAKE.. 1 1IOHUK
; colt, i good ) win bo rrmh oon, and a t
oi butcher tools and refriKralor IUi bt to x
chaoKe for horM Ut ufalp. Ul7 N Market. Raker,
rugcrty a- ( o. av
' GENERAL STORAGE.
JrXTON WAREHOUbE. HRICIC AND HTONE.
Ii A tot I are proof; built- tor af tors: omv.s
til East DoouUf, dUa-U
- - -
Ctder thl tsod Ta pr lino psr day.
LOANS Ok' ALL CLA.SoES OF bECURITY AT
reaxnaUa ntfe, bouorabla Uat(uat rlvsa
aitd expected " eery Co.i. 1 Ui itllbuu 7 mu Cc
CUlxeftt bau MulkliHi(. iltS U
MONEY TU IAAN-WE MAKE HORT TUIH
loan on caatlala and all coud v-rurllia.
uiocikisaer-t Uotbrook. 3jiiJf-ca block.
MONEY TO LOAN-WE WII.I, LOAN YOIT
t&BTiey oo loot or abort ttnia on farms or ty
t.ilrerty, a uvtr, tatu. cratu, twt.aepo-1
ccwia. etc- Itoitaa a lUr;rr. AS at Hi bmlu-i.
T.-'URNITCRE IRAN'S. CATTLE IVjaN-MOK-X
tf Aaaed on alct turjt-tag bj J. T. Lud.
lum. te-Moid' atcry, tor&r rUfl aad Haht.
MONEY LOANED ON HORSErt. aCGf
tawi oUttl, hobold fir-tCura, at. Keta
boBSitt. II 7U aal a usill aOiBtfat of attmf
os.- and ua. W. T. Naaa tt C-lfti ot-U aia
M ISC ELL A NEO US.
I ut'.T tin Kl U. yr tin yr day
GOODrARM.7 WA.VTED-I HAE CWrfoiU
r era Jer -te-ti far in fw-lrw d iMtUar
eoBctt-s. k-e4v-p aod wait kiald WrtM
m- fail pcrtlra-Uu. 1vtr nassUrra, l-oan. iav
rTasata afcd wctan fr . Addrraa tea fof
U- t-zt KM day at La-si7. MlcH. Ir-est
aduea. WitScKo, aaa, or aodrcax. Hal Corw,
V v hi , ki A. a. XMUrut.
isTOCK or DRCOS lOR
J htvl Bros.
hALE OR TRADE,
n-aaa Ta! Nota
Thai, the cbanjj5 of time card on tb4
Baata Fe Hoti bk brought about lb
foDowiaj; pleu ct fraturts lax tha Wlob
ita trade, viz:
Victdta cxptwi leave- tar the east at
S:a. m.. arrives atTopek 3 p. to. aod
Kaat-ii City 2fi p. m., making all cxmneo
tIo-t. Tbl train run solid And La in IU
equipment a new reclining eoatr car.
Chicago expro- leaves Wichita 10 a. n.
and fa a through Pullrnaa from Galves
ton. Alaifc so ttopv at local xUtloni.
connection at SevrVm with the Twtlbulrd
Cbicago cxprs-: arrtvinz at Kaa-aa City
Op. nx aod Chicago bi seat morsisa.
Tbe'jp nt- train dm In rrcilnJng chair
ear to Kactaxu City, Pull-oas chair car to
ToycVn, Atchtfcfa aad St, Jorphi ako
Palman tr U Kaav-A City. Soflla Lonad
'fexa riprttrt leaver an hour later. V.K) p.
m Ta tr-ta hzA a through Pullman car
mad 41 oumckn to Fort Worth and GJ
vatstoa. Tx FartJr inforruAtiea trill bo
gi-e t Ubkxi Tickct o. til Svrth
Mmu mrwt. ut Vateu yitzt.t irtAtim,
temor Dqis&m Mtd fWb arau&. d-laf
Stekl. ejtprw fr KaM CUy, H. Lt
ard tle cst Irw-rea VafMtu a Viit . f.
i taHtr ou? 4 Patknan J-epir mi bU
tr-ia. ilU-otiri Pot-le rawj. Wt it .