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3$ Wlxtkiix gaily gagle: glitfrscTag iPtfnmtxj, jecemlrer 11, 1890.
Receipts of Live Stock at tho Union Stock
Yards during: tho past 24 hours--114
Cattle, 902 Hoars, 15 Horses.
Shipments 233 Cattle, 283 Hog's, 15
The receipts of cattle were fair. A good
many good cattle were on the market but
buyers were nil full handed and took hold
Slow. The local butchers bought only the
choicest o tho offerings, which left the
bulk to be taken by shippers and specula
tors. Some extra cows sold for Christmas
beef for fancy prices. This class of stock
will bo in good demand until holidays.
Beport8 from eastern markets showed a
tendency toward lower prices and buyers
took advantage of the decline. The mar
ket declined 510 cents and was dull at
WIOHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET
Wichita. Emu Dec. 10.
The receipt! of cattlo were fair. All grades bd
larket closed dull.
NaUe fchlpplnc steers, rood to extra.. .325 3 03
ood to extra native butcher fcteers. 10004
lJOOlbB 251 23tt)
Native teedlne steers 2 25 r2 C6
CfltlTestockers - 175 2 65
Choice cOTrg and heifers - 175 2 60
ralrtocoodcowtf and heifers. ...: 1 23 jt2 00
Eullg and stain 125 1 75
fat yearling 153 2 50
Good yearllnci 175 2 00
GraFs cows 1 35 1 60
Canners 100 110
l'oorcrcradepand ficallarrftcs ,... 60 &1 U)
V ml calves, per head. ,.,........ M f6 rf)
Texas steers, cood to extra.... 2 50 2 5
Jexa steers, fair 2CO J 45
Texas cows 1 2o 1
rollowlnc re the representative sales of cattle at
the stock yards today:
FwHllntr steers !KQ
Cows and heifers.
Cons i. .....
Canners . 830
Caimer. t. lO
The receipts of hogs were good today.
Tho market opened steady and buyers
took hold readily at yesterday's figures,
but on tho receipt of advices from Chicago
and Kansas City, tho market weakened
pales fell off. Quito n number of hogs
were left unsold at tho close. Dold and
tho Fort "Worth Packing company were
the principal buyers, speculators taking
very few. Top hogs sold for 53.40, bulk at
$3.803.35. Tho market closed dull and 5
The followlnc are tho representative sales of hoes
at the yards today:
PIGS AXJ I.1UHTS
Sood mutton f.hoen.R'VttlOO ..
Good ftock (iwei, 75.W
6ood KtocJr, wethers, 7SS85...
Oeod to extra Iambi
,...S .W5 00
...2 W3 50
...3 0W3 50
...4 UU3 00
Wichita Grain Market.
Ttero was no chango in grain today.
Foil owl nc are the closing quotations:
nitAIN Car lotRon track.
WHEAT-NO 2 6Sc, No 2 hard 74c. No 3 76c,
CORN No S or better 48c, white 49c, new corn
It YE No 3. or better 00c.
HAY 17 00CS7 50 per ton In car lot.
OKOUND COItN Chop in car lots $1 101 15 per
Wichita Produce Market.
FLOUR night patent 1 2 00. second patent $2 50.
extra fancy 12 20.
BUTTKll Fancy creamery 2tc, choice creamery
22c, goodcreamory 20c, flncstdalry 17c, lino dairy 15c
EGOS Strictly fresh, with enscs 24c, strictly
Jresh, without cases 23c, "Strictly fresh" eggs uro
tlioo that are "candled."
POULTRY Young chickens Jl 50a2 00 per doz.
bens $2002 40, ducks J2003240, llvo turkeys SSCc
POTATOES Utah, sacked, perbu, Jl 15, Mlnne
fiota. sackeil. per bu. f 1 la fancy Greely $1 a).
COAL Antiiracltef 11 00, Canon City J8 W. Weir
Citv t 50. FroutenHC J4 50. Pltuburg 4 50. Illinois
J7 00, McAllister J7 CO
Hi ier Mention.
Ilogs 5 cents lower.
Good run of all kinds of stock.
Houston shipped beven cars of cattlo and
ouo of hogs.
W. H. Morgan, of Goddard, was looking
through tho yards toduy.
A. Hufbauer, Mulvane, was on the
narket with cattle and hogs.
J. H. Williams, Goddard, was in with
cattle and hogs today.
Eli Allen, Frecport, had cattlo and hogs
on today's market.
White & Cain, Frceport, sent in a load
of hogs today.
A. Woolman, Norwich, brought in a
loud of cattle todny.
J, B. Ivell Clearwater, had hogs on to
S. Story, Corwin, had hogs and cattle in
Tom Fox, Ilazelton, had a load of horses
at tho yards.
W. A. Johnson, Portland, had a load of
hogs on tho markot today.
H. Mills, Newton, sent in a load of hogs.
K M. Pyle, Welbford, marketed a load
of hogs today.
J. H, Porter, Benton, had cattle and
hogs on the lato market.
Buyers today were, Dold 890, Ft. Worth
Packing company 230, Houston 50, Hanks
&0. " ...
Eldridgc & Campbell woro buying hogs
for the Ft. Worh, 'Packing company today.
LIVE STQflK MAEKEJ .
Loris. Mo Dec 10. CATTLT Receipts,
rhtpments 70'. JiatXet lower. Good tod
fancy natives K &ii 10; tockers and feiers
f3(tt3 3U; Texani and Indian steers 12 2533 40.
HOGS-ltecelpts ToOA shipments SM0. Market
easier. Heavy J J0ft3 Til. mixed f3 1(X3 50.
fiHt-EP Receipts &0; i-hipmenu . Market
Eteody. Good to choice J Ut5 10.
KAMAS Citt. Mo.. Dec, la.-CATTLE-necelnt.
100: htproents HVl Market weak, 10c lower Steers
N 40al CO. fancy Chrtstmna cattle ISttA 3S. cows
12 OtUS 10. stocker and feeders II R3 J.
ilOQS-KcBlpu 85 hlpmenti5 160. Market &3I0c
lover. Hulk M 25v3 SO; all grades ?5 U3
f (0. SHEEP Heoelpts lr.fl; shipment none. Mar
ket steady. Good to choice S4 UX5 10.
C hicaoo. ni Dec 10, The Drovers Journal,
re porta. CATTLE Receipts. 16.0H ahlnmenU 12iC
Market slow, grevtly demoralized. Fancy Chrhtr
ina--t.teers S M6 IS. all other grades 15di5c lower.
HOUs Hecelpt &1.000, shipments tM. Market ac
tive, steady. Hough and common mixed S'bti
t tvS. prime mixed and packers S3tTQt3 70 prime
heavy and butchers' weights f3 Ti(3 &5, prime
light 3 3 55. !?UEEP--Hecelptsl3lUJ. ,hlp.
mf,,Dt,;,i?)-r?,"7't dull, flat, and unprofitable,
put of XTI 10 140 carloads on ale, barely so .oadi. had
been sold at a late hour and these at a decline of 15a
MAEKETS BY TELEQSAPE
New ork Money.
Nrw Yokk. Dec 10.
Money on call easy, ranglnc from 336 per cent,
last loan 8, closed ottered at 3 per cent.
Prune mercanUla paper TktfiQ.
Sterling exchange excited ana acUve at 1478 form
da j U1I and i S3 for demand. l TW
Chicago Grain and Prodnee,
rniCAOO. 111.. Dec 10. Flour easy.
Wheat Dull but firm.
Corn-Quiet and steady, but He lower.
l'urk Dull and steady
Lard Dull nnd about steady.
1 he leading futures closed as follows;
WHEAT DMember SOc January Smc May
CORN-December62Jic. January bike, May WHc
OATS December 43a January OHc May tSc.
POEK December Jfi 25. January $10 CJf. May
LARD-December 5 &X. January 15 87J May
fiJoAIt-CatloaXTJaTHc: KranuUOed 6Jc; stand
ard A 6H&
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Winter patent W 7035 00; spring patent
I CVt 70: baiters IS 764 5tt
WHEAT No 2 brrtnc and red 30c.
FLAXSEED! 2a . ,
TIMOTUY-Prlme 11 231 24.
PORK-Cash K 2S&8 27j.
LARD-Oasn 15 M& &
bRORT KIBS-S5 0CK35 Co.
SHOULDERS Dry salted U 5034 &.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-Jo 30S5 35.
WHISKY Jl 14.
AnncxES. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat " 17.0(10 13.0CO
Corn 113.0W 61.W
Oats IbSjOJO 128.0M
RUTTER-Eaiy. Creamery. 25H27c, firsts 15.320c,
extra dairy 2K424c firsts 1518c
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas Crrr. Jlo.. Dec 10.
The Dally Indicator reports:
FI.OUR-XX, 65c; XXX 75c: family SI (fr. choice
?1 40: fancy $1 70; extra liincy $1 80(31 So- patent
2 10ft 2 15. m
WHEAT Stronger. No. 2 hard cash and Dec
ember 63c bid. fctMc asked. No. 2 red cash, 87c
bid, !Oc asked. ,, .
CORN-Steady. No. 2 cash 4S&C bid. 49c asked,
December 4SJ. . , M ...
OATS Steady. Xo 5 cash and December 4ic
bid 45c asked.
KYE sstcady. Ko 2 cash Cxs bid.
HUTTER-fcteady. Creamery 21S25c, dairy 14(820;
fore packed 7CtI5c
EGGS-Steady at 21c
HAY-Steady. Fancy prairie J10 00, cood to
choice $U50(S7 00.
bu Louis Produce.
St. Louis. SIo.. Dec 10.
WHEAT-Hlcher. Cah Sljfc. May SSc July 67c
CORN-Cash higher. 52Jc, options lower, May
52Jc jqv 54c
OATS-Lowcr. Cash 44c bid. May 46tfG&
PORK-oulet. Jobbldp 110 25&10 50.
LARD-Quiet. 15 45S550.
WHISKY Steady at 1 14.
ATTOBSTEYS AT LAW.
J. R. Hallowell, .T. E Hojie, H. L. Gordo.s-
HalloweU. JTunte C Gordon,
Rooms 503, 504, 503 Podtrwlck Rlk. Telephone Ko. 112.
THOMAS C. WILSON",
253 N Main Street. Telephone No. 11.
W. P. CAMPBF.Lr- JAS. L. DYEU.
CAMPBELL & BYEIt,
Attorneys at Law. "Wichita, Kansas.
H. C. SLCflS. W. E. STASLEV.
Attorneys ,t Law. Wlohlta, Kansag.
Harris, Harris Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St. Second floor.
r.A.RonmucGrr. w.H. RAticn.
IIOHRBA UGH 0 BAUCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Biirran. Col
lections made anywhere In tho United States and
Canada. No. 147 Main SU. Wichita. Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
nooms2.4and6203N. Main St., Wichita.
JOON'tV. ADAMS. G.W. ADAMS.
A BAMS X- A BAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Ofllce. first stairway east of the
Wichita Nutional Bank. lld-tf
C. IF. TEBBY,
Architect and Superintendent. Roomi It and il
BltUUe blook, Wichita, Kansas
W. B. McFHEBSON,
Architect. Hoom 13, No.
200 North Main Street,
w. t. ynouDrooT. a.xr bird.
BBOUBEOOT 0 BIBB,
Arehltocts and Superintendents,
Ofllce la Foh-
A. JT. APBLEGATE.
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public
SDccialtv. Comnlet abstract
to any lanu
in Sedcwick countv. Ofllce. lust at rli'ht
of west entrance, Main street. New Court Hou.se,
first floor. Prompt service guaranteed. Telephone
E. E. HAMILTON, M. B.
Specialties: Disease of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting glasses.
Office 127 N. Market street,
Uracl &. Myers block.
Jl. Brandom, MB.
Eye. Ear and Cancer. No
money roqulred until Cancer
Ofllce 40J East Douglas Avenue. Offlco hours from
S a. in. to 5 p. in. d&w
BR. C. C. FUBLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SUHOEON.
331 Eat Douclas Ave.
Telephone No. HIT. I
Aajo.ning the umce.
BB. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dlseceesa spredalty. Home
jr Ladles during confinement. Strictly private
wbna 8o desired. Letters of inquiry confidential
una answered inuneiuaieiy on receipt oi tjuuo.
Home, 711 Soath Ida ave. wtcnita, nan.
E. Y. MUNSELL, M. B.
Medical and surgical dl
rases of Eye, Ear, Noe. and
Throat. Kemoval of facial
and other blemishes; and flt
OSlce and residence. 1200
South Emporia. W-tf
Eye, Ear. ose and Throat, Office 12S N Main
street, ra-ldoni-e. 813 N Iwreoco avenus. OSico
hours 9 to 12 a ni and 2 to 5 p. m. D-13
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Ofllce hours 9 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday, 9 to
IChSaa. m. Hoom 13, Fechhelmer Building.
FISSrilE FISTFLA and all dl-.vei ot
the rectum cured without the use of the knife, liga
ture, caustics ir detent Ion from business. No money
to be paid nntll patient Is cured.
Private Diseases In both sexes speedily cured.
Call on or address
DK. J. E. BENNETT.
next office 143 N Main SU Wichita.
PHILLIPS cC PHILLIPS,
Graduate' of the Chicago Veterinary College.
We are prepared to do all kinds ot veterinary
work. Including Dentistry, Canine and Cattle
Practice. Hospital nccommodauons tor all patienta
requiring special care at tl per day. Persons wUh
lng to purchaso a hor can have It examined and a
certificate of Mundne--. -lven for IA. In surgery we
use the latest devices including an operating table.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or maU wul receive
prompt attention by day or night.
Offlce. 114 North Lawrence Avenue. OScetele-
Shone No. 7L Heldenco 6S N. Topeka avr. Resl
ence telephone a 215. 3tf
REAX ESTATE AGEXTS
C A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & aiTLLER,
Eeal Estate Dealers,
Eny andsell Real Estate on commteloa. collect
rent have repairs made economically and remit
promptly. Correspondence solicited. Now Is iae
time to buy and lay the fonndaUon for a fortune
Reference; All parties for whom w have done
business, here or elsewhere. H.T North Mam
ttreet In atlxens Bank Building. Telephone, 231
WASSAM, BA VIES 0 BOOB
REAL ESTATE AGEiNTTS
I.argest llt or city and liand property for sale.
Also the famu A Kin aud Hitchcock fruit land
icrsaie. nte lor inionnauoc. I
Office Moody bulldlpc. Galvejtpn, Teiaa, VSXL I
R. W. ELDRIDGE. M. C. CAMPBELL.
ELDKIDGE & CAMPBELL,
EDeclal Information by
Wire or Mall Free on Ap
plication. LIVE STOCK
J.O.DAViDsoy,Pre. c A. Walker, v. P.
Jonx Drsst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAED UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKITD'RS' LIABILITr. 1,000.000
LarBCit Paid Up Capital or any Bank la tho State
Shippers of Lire Stock, can save both
time and money by doing their
business through the
cR Yards Branch
OF TIES CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
Fhld w. Israel.
R, C. I&llAEL
Eeal Estate and Eents.
To buy Wichita city property or Sedcwlck county
land at present prices means larse returns on your
money, Wichita, with her s-tock and other Indus
tries, U just In her Infancy, and such bargains as we
can now offer were never offered leforo. All having
business in our line are Invited to call or correspond.
The Wichita, interests of non-residents properly
and faithfully cared for. Odlce second floor 125
Noi th Market. Israel Buildlns. duf
SUBETY ON BONDS.
Those who are required to clve bonds In positions
of trust, and who desire to avoid asMn? fr.ends to
becomo thlr burettes, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bondsmen,
should apply In person or by letter to
W.H. LIVINGSTON. Apcnt.
Stste Nat'l Bank. Wichita, Kan.
Of the American Surety Company of New York.
Pamphlets on application. 16 tf
The Phototrranher. Pictures in all sizes and styles
Ho also carries the tin est assortment of picture
frames In tho city. Give him a friendly call and
BB. E. H CBEDITOll.
Denflst. Office 111 N.Maln over Smith & Stover's.
Vitalized nir administered. Kcsidenco tSW N. To
p.ka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. Ul-tf
B. jr. SMITH,
Dentist. 117 North Main Street, one door south of
Flnlay ,.'oss' Furniture House, Wichita, Kan. titf
Full sets of teeth, J5. J8, and $10
Clold Fillings. $1. and up; Silver, 75c;
Extrac'lng wth cocaine. 50c Wo
S&w 2ftI'jilnIi ri;ntlf
BOYB'S BENT J L BOOMS,
DR. T. F, llOYD. Dlt. .1. A. IIOLlLN-nntOGIt
ll.East Douglas Aenuc. 100-tf
MINSOUKI IMCIFIf It. R.
Kansas City Esrew
St. I.ouls Mail and Express
Kansas city Express
W'lnneld.ind Kiowa Express-..
WICHITA AND COLOIIADO,
Colomdo Mall and Express
7:10 A M
3?o 1 M
8:10 A 31
1:20 P m
9.15 P M
7:25 A 31
4:15 P 31
9.25 I M
10:35 A M
C.25 P 31
Depot Second and Wichita streets; ticket office 120
.orth Main street. E. E. Bl.r.riCLKV,
rn"venui-'' and Ticket Agent.
TIME TABLE CUICACO. HOCK JSLAMJ &, PjCIV
("Great Hock I sin ml nonte.")
In effect on and after October 13. 1511
1 AltltlVU i.bavi:
OING SOUTH AND CAST.
No. 2 Colorado Spring",
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago. Through
Mall and ex. dally
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
ntul Chicago night ex.
No. (2 Accommodation,
dally except hnnday
going FO in H.
No. S Kansas City. St, I.ouls
and Chicago -x. dally
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
aud Chlcigo through mall
and ex. dally
No. CI Accommodation, dully
CCS AM (40am
r'r'i 2 no pm
Elegant reclining chnlr cars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
f,old and baggage checked through to all points
north, bontli.cist and west, and steamship tickots
sold to all I . . 1,'jii points at lowest rates. City
ticket ofllce Uy i ,-i Douglas avonue. corner Main
btroet; passenger -i.itlou corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephoi.c i't.
C.A.n. nignronn. Ticket Agent.
.Tso. Sebastian". (J. T. A-1. A Chicago. 111.
st. LnL'to i. sa". i'it wcik-o ii. a.
I AKUIVb I I.KWK
No 1. Going West, pas ito
No. 3. Going west, ynssoug'r
(stops at Hurrton)
No.4,GoIug East, passenger
No. 2, Going EaU passenger
No.6. Going Eat
No. o. Going W.st to Httrrton
4 45 p Ml
9 J A II
Trains marked thus run dally.
West bound train. No. I. has Pullman ar.
West bound train. No. 3, connect it ilurrton for
Pueblo, New Mexico and Southern California.
East bound. No. 4, is a solid train t.. rr. LouK
makes connections for Ft. Smith, Little Hock and
l-.ast bound, o. 2, night express to St. Louis, has
free reclining chair car and Pullman sleeper.
.o. t, ia i eafciorn express uas rr reclining cnair
car, tourist sleeper, and Pullman sleeper to St. Louis
No. 5, fast western express, has through tourist
slccportoLos Angelos and Pullman cleper to El
Paso. Texas, and through to the City of Mcilco with
City Fnlon Ticket ofllce. ir North Main street
end union Depot. Douglas avenue.
nlCUITA A ESTUIN IC K
I AHKIVE I IFAVr
West, px. (dally)..
12 15 P M
IS 15 pm!
doing tast, par.s . ..
Going East, freight..
I nlon Ticket office 122 North Main street, enloa
Passenger station corner Douglas and 5th avenues.
W. D. MCRloCh.. D. P. A.
ATCHISON-. TOPEKA A SANTA 1"E IS. K.
TRAINS. I AKKIVt I I.KAVK
NORTH ANI EAT.
No. 414' Kansas City express StoAJt
No. 4Uj" Chicago vestibuled
exprvs 955ASI 3000AM
No. 0b Missouri River express-
POCTII ANn WEST.
No. 407 Oklahoma City and
Oklahoma expiss T40A3! 745am
No.4t'7 Caldwell and Pan
handle expreaf- 740AJI 7 15 AM
Nc 405 Ft. Worth. Galves
ton and Trxav cxpre. ... 5C5pm S10PM
No. 413 Wichita Express,
from Kansas City. 4 ?6 r m stops here
Trains marked thus . dally.
XQCIPMCNT NORTH ANTJ EAST.
Train No. 414. Kansas City express, runs solid to
Kansas C ity, has cha.r car service.
Train No. 406 has thnugh Pnltman from Galves
ton and cotnects at Newton wuh sold vesUhuted
expre- to Chicago withont change, arrlvlag there
at si3 next momlng.
Train No. 406 hae fre reclining chair car to Kan
sas City. Pullman to Kansas City, also to Tepefca,
Atchison and St. Joseph.
EQUIPMENT SOUTH AND WEST.
Train No 4 J7. has Pullman and chair cars.
Train No. 405 has through Pullman car to Ft.
V orth and Galveston.
Train No. 413 ha reclining chair car from TTr;.i
Oty and stops at Wichita.
City l nion Ticket ofJice 122 North Main street, and
t nlon Passenger Statkia cornr Doaglas and 5th
avenues. W. D. Mckdock. D. P. A.
Note Chance of Time.
Commencinc Sunday, Oct. 5th, the Mis
souri Pacific Fast Mail and Express will
leave Wichita at 2 o'clock p. ra.. arriving
at St. Louis next "morning at 7 o'clock.
Chicago Express will leave atS:45a.in..
arriving at Chicago (via Kansas City) at S
o'clock next morning. This makes the
fastest trains for both St, Louis and Chi
cago. Pullman sleepers and chair cars
through to St. Louis without change.
Xew morning express. Kansas City to
Chicago. Theaanta Fe route. 4S-tf
Three trains daily in each direction
between Wichita ana Kansas City, "Wich
ita and St. Louis, via Missouri Pacige
Lets Elfl eljhbor,3 Hog Alone,
Some time qgp a camp meeting was be
gun at Hollow Rock Springs, owned by an
old f oQow named Mayhew. Just after the
religions exercises were started one of the
officers of tho association went to old ilay
hevr and said:
"Look here, old man, there is something
the matter with that spring water."
"Yes, I know it. Tastes bad and smells
"Wall, I v-'t dfspute your word.
Man's got a r.-,ut to his opinion in this
"But can't something be done?"
"I don't know but thar mout."
"What would you suggest?"
"Wall, I reckon the best thing to do as a
starter would be to take the dog out."
"Take the dog out" the officer gasped.
"What do you mean?"
"Mean yon had better pull out the dead
dog, an' give the watsr a chance to prove
"Is it possible that you knew there was
a dog in there?"
"Of course I knowed it when I seed him
"Why didn't you take him out?"
"Well, it's old Andy Patterson's dog, an'
me an' Andy ain't on good terms, you
know. Andy is mighty funny about m3
property. I found the dog, the same one,
in my fcpringhouse once, an' I pulled him
out, an' pulled him putty hard, too, an'
Andy got mad an' chunked me round a
good deal, an' since th.it I alius let his
property alone." Pittsoorc DLsnatch.
Puritanic Horror of Klsslnj.
Many ridiculous anecdotes are told to
illustrate Puritanic horror of this pleasant
and natural salute one of Rev. Brown, an
English divine, who was known as the au
thor of a Biblical Concordance. He court
ed his wife teven years before he asked if
he might kiss her. "Just as you pleate,"
she answered demurely. "Let us first ask
a blessing," he said, after which he kissed
"Why, it's good!"' he exclaimed. "Let
us return thanks." They were married in
a few weeks.
That brings to my mind the saying of a
young woman concerning a suitor whom
she had rejected. In summing up his
qualities she said: "He was good looking,
he was educated, ho was devoted, he sent
me flowers. I always thought I'd love a
man who sent mo flowers but," she con
cluded in a tone of disdain, "he hadn't
sense enough to kiss mo when he had a
chance!" Kate Kauffman in Jenness-Mil-ler
An Even Climate.
New Mexico is noted as having one of
the most equable climates in the world.
Sudden changes 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 jis located. It
does not cost much to run over from Hot
Springs to Santa Fe, the capital of New
Mexico, noted for its many fccenic attrac
tions. Inquire of local agent of Santa Fe
route, V22 North Alain street, or union
passenger station, or address G. T. Nichol
sen, G. P. & T. A., Topeka, Kaunas, for
copy of New Mexico folJer, just issued.
Please Take Note
That the change of time card on the
Snuta Fe Koute has brought about the
following pleasaut features for tho Wich
ita trade, viz:
Wichita express leaves for the east at
8:45 a. in.; arrives at Topeka 3 p. m. aud
Kansas City 5:30 p. m., making all connec
tions. This train runs solid and has in its
equipment a new reclining chair car.
Chicago express leaves Wichita 10 a. m.
and has a through Pullman from Galves
ton. Makes no stops at local stations,
connecting at Newton with the vestibuled
Chicago express; arriving at Kansas City
6 n. m. and Chicago S:50 next morning.
The 9 p. in. tram has freo reclining chair
car to Kansas City, Pullman chair car to
Topeka, Atchison and St. Joseph; also
Pullman car to Kansas City. South bound
Texas express leaves an hour later, 5:10 p.
m. This train has a through Pullman car
and day coaches to Fort Worth and Gal
veston, Tex. Further information will be
given at Union Ticket office, 122 North
Main street, or Union passenger station,
corner Douirlas and Fisth avenues. d-7tf
St. Louis express leaves Wichita at 120
o'clock p. m. Through sleeping and
chair car Wichita to St. Louis, via Mis
souri Pacific railway. 107 tt
St. Lonlt to Colorado via Wichita.
Commencing Sumlav. July 33.1S00. the
Missouri Pacilic railway will run through
sleeping cars from St. Louis via Pleasant
Hill, liich Hill, Fort Scott and "Wichita to
Geneseo and from thence to Pueblo. Colo
rado Springs and Denver. This change
was made on account o' a great many peo
ple from the east goinc to Colorado buing
desirous of going via Wichita. The train
will stop here two hours, giving all a
chance to view the "Peerless Princess" and
still land passengers in Colorado same
tiuie as if they had cono via Kansas City.
It also gives the citizens of Wichita sleep
ing car service from here to Colorado. Re
turning, it gives us through sleeping car
service Wichita toSt. Louis, and gives the
Colorado people a chance to go east via
Wichita. This change will undoubtedly
be appreciated by the traveling puhlic,and
especially by the citizens of Wichita. If
you are going east or west go via the pop
ular new through route. Through chair
and sleeping car service. Xew route just
completed between Fort Scott and Rich
Hill goes through the finest mineral and
agricultural country in the west. Don't
forget the new short line to St. Louis or
City ticket office, 120 North Main street,
4tf-tf E. E. BLECKLET, P. & T. A.
If you are going to any point north or
ea.t be sure and take the Great Rock
Island train that leaves Wichita every day
at S55 a. m. and reaches Kansas City 5
o'clock the same dav and Chicago early
the next morning. Remember the Rock
Island Route is the only line between
Wichita and Chicago on which you do not
have to change trains. Evening train
leaves Wichita- at 9:55 p. Tn. City ticket
office 10O E. Douglas avenue, corner Main
street. C. A. RUTHERFORD. '
111-tf Ticket Agr,
Night express for Kansas City, St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita ac 9:40 p. .in.
Chair cars antl Pullmau sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
Go cast via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacific "Pleasant Hill route."
Through sleeping and chair cars without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 5Sd tf
The Santa Fe is the short line Pneblo, to
Colorado Sprinss and Denver. Xote the
time: Leave Wichita 4:10 p. m.. arrive
Pueblo 6:35 a. m.. arrive Colorado Spring3
7:-!0a. m., arrive Dener 10:30 a. no. Through
Pullman chair car and dining car service.
2o chance of cars of any kind between
Wichita and St, Louis via the "New Mi
ouri Pacilic short line." d5S tf
New Dlnlnc Car Srlce.
Hereafter passengers leaving Wichita
on the Missouri Pacific fast through train
atl3 p. m., for St. Louis or points east of
Fort Scott, will enjoj the benefit of hav
ing supper served in a dining car at Fort
Scott at 7:25 p.m. Likewise passengers
leaving St. Louis at S p. . will be
.served "breakfast at 7:36 a. m. in the same
way. Thus is the 'Pleasant Hill route"
becoming more popular daily with the
travelling public. E. E Bleckley,
Passenger ahd Freight agent,
Missouri Pacific Railwav.
120 North Main, dtJ tf
Chicago express via the Missouri Pacific
railway, leaves Wichita at S.-45 a m. Chi
cago next morning 8 o'clock. Missouri
PaciSc railway. 1U7 tf
Do not be deceived by speciously worded
advertisemeats of other lines. The Frisco
Limited is the fastest train to St. LoeLs by
more than one honr with incomparably
the finest equipment. Xo charges aad no
delays at junction points. d3-tX
They tewakla gently o'er ua,
' And warer wtifc the hreezs
To flutter fair bef ora
But If we thick to seize
Those bits of lightness, floating
Elusive, fairy wise.
Beneath cur Angers dartin f
They quiTer toward th 0 s'sisa.
They sail nlon j serenely.
And then, like tricksy elves.
Dart swift aside, and meanly
Evads our Ion gin; selves.
And if psrehance vre win them
The touch nrust subtle bo
Which holds ths grace within them.
Yet lets them poise es free.
Such are those rare creations
With, fleeting beauty fraught,
Our airy inspirations.
The thistledowns of thought
Fads of the FootUxUU.
The fads of actresses and actors form
a curious study. Nearly every person
on the stage any length of time betrays
a leaning to some particular thing out
Eide of her or his profession, a conspicu
ous weakness. The lovely Sadie ilar
tinot, whose imported dresseo excite the
woman world, has a weakness ftir her
pretty Eelf. She uses paper with an
etching of herself in one corner. Qeorgie
Cayvan has a collection of thirty scrap
books. Emma Carson and Marie Jan
sen like cats. Eose Coghlan spends a
great deal of time on a couple of big
dogs given her by Lester Wallack. Her
bert Kelcey, who divides time with Bob
Hilliard as a stage beauty, never wears
Lillie Alliston has rare bric-a-brac
picked up in the Orient. Minnie Palmer
goes in for etchings. Stuart Robson is
said to love old books. Francis Wilson
is crazy on the subject of Napoleon. He
has a big bronze bust of the emperor,
given him by some Columbia college
students whom lie coached in amateur
theatricals. "Wilton Lackayo has a
unique collection of fencing foils. Lang
try has many fine photographs with au
tographs. Mollie Thompson is proud of
her four banjos. Harry Edwardes goes
in for bugs. He is an authority on en
tomology. Milnes Levick is in love with
pipes. Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch.
Tho Howie Knife.
Much has been said and written re
garding the origin of tho bowie knife.
The fact is that Rezin P. Bowie, not
James, conceived tho idea of tho knife.
The invention was the result of an acci
dent. Col. Eezin P. Bowio was a planter
in Opelousas, La. "While hunting wild
cattle he attacked a young steer, which
in throwing up its head struck his hunt
ing knifo in such a way as to knock it
through his hand, making an ugly cut
between the thumb and the forefinger.
On returning from the hunt ho repaired
to the blacksmith shop on Ids plantation,
determined to have a knife which would
be a protection against such accidents.
Picking up an old file he ordered the
blacksmith to make a knife of it having
a cross piece betwixt hilt and blade, bo
that it would be impossible to be entire
ly driven through a man's hand. In
this way did tho bowio knifo originate,
and it was never intended for other than
a hunting knife: but James Bowie im
proved tho original weapon, and brought
his own knife so prominently into notice
by the use ho mado of it in personal en
counters that the improved weapon be
came known as the bowie knife. New
Tho Oldest VosroI Afloat.
The oldest sailing vessel afloat!
"What must she look like and what is
her history? She is 110 years old, built
in Baltimore in 1780. Her name is the
Vigilant. She has since then been a
coaster, a peaceful common carrier of
merchandise, a slaver and a pirate, and
now today she doc3 good service as mail
carrier between St. Thomas and Santa
Cruz, in the "West India Islands. Her
owner, Mr. S. Penthany, of Santo Cruz,
was in Bangor and displayed a picture
of tho old craft which was taken as the
vessel was rounding a coral reef under
full sail. The picture is a good one and
the lines of the craft are well brought
"How much of the original craft is
there now?" asked the reporter.
"The keelson and main tributors of
the hull which are laid in the construc
tion of her are still there," said Mr. Pen
thany, "and they are good for many
years to come." 9
"What a story would tho history of this
old craft make! Bangex News.
An Illuminated Fountain.
The apparatus employed in the electric
fountain in Lincoln park, Chicago, is
qmto simple. A number of arc lamps
with horizontal carbons and each provid
ed with a parabolic reflector are located
in a vault or cavern beneath the fountain
pool. Openings covered by plate glass
and inclosed by brick spouts, permit of
the upward projection of the light into
the streams of water and spray. By
means of colored glass slides interposed
between the lamp and the lower open
ings in the spouts a great variety of beau
tiful combination effects are Eecured.
Bound on a Ferilooa Voyage.
Capt. F. L. Norton steamed away tb
other day from New York bay ia a qneer
little craft, which ho expecta to take him,
bis wife and niece to the other Mde of tba
big pond. The vessel is called the Norton.
Over all she measures S feet, her beam is
12 feet and she has a draught of 0 feet K
TOE MGET STEAMER,
inches when loaded with eight tens of coal,
her fnil capaaty. She can steam eight
miles an honr with thirty liorse power ea
rines, bt her commander expects to ran
it least 250 miles burni-g but half a ton of
coaL She carries a 01: spread of saiL hai
ox water tight cornpart-ncsts and a double
holL and is manned by a cre of nine men
Children TTho Do Good.
Ths "Ohildren's League of Kiadaesn,'
m London, embodies a very pretty ktea,
primtry object bsacg to iseuce childrea U
help childr-n asd bridge the gulf betwetta
those of arneat atid nforutte circaza
sta ace with dreds of kinrtoe. The mem
bers, children of we-Uby parents, giTe two
articles aanaai.r, eithr dolls or toys, to
the poor, and the grwtH'r ' aiotarrrs or
guardia si give t o gnaen -asnaify.
The gsrasest are told at a very low price.
the proceeds of the tale and the swhscrip
tlonj goiag to-rd the cfliren' hofidaj
" "vi!3 ScBi,c'':y":a'
TILE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied
The following rates under the dllTerent beading
Tlli be charjrea.
ESTPayable Strictly in Ad ranee.
Uo drarttsemenu taken for Its than 10 cents.
One line adrertlsoscnts charged same rata as twi.
"OAPTERTISEMESTS TAKEX TO RUN US
Prices el? e.i endtr clasilfied heads In this colacii
applicable only to local adverUsemnts. Ko t ottic.
advertlsemenu taken at prlTs given.
Answers to advertisements e.-at In care of th
Ejlgle oClon shosld b called for within 10dM
alter Insertion. When adTertlers vrtsa replys fur
warded to tatni stamped envelopes must be ent.
Reference to former adverslMtncnts should tt
description and date cf Insirtlon or copy of the ad
vertisement should be cnt-
Xot responsible for advertisements clven or dts
con tinned by telephone.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
I nder this bead re per line per Jay.
"TirAXTKD-GIRL ron "E'ERAL HOrSE
t work lnuulre at 1715 University aTe. Mrs.
Dr. Winn. d21 if
rANTED-A COMPETENT OIRL FOR GEN-
cral housework in small family. .Apply to
Henry Cowley. S3 W. Douglas ave.
rANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at US r . Main st, l'J if
"lrANTE-A GOOD UIRL TO DO GENERAL
bou-sowork. Apply at 131 Waco ave. 11. G.
"W ANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general housework: email family wapes
HM per week.. Mrs. A b. Mnnson, Hi) Waco, l'J Jk
"WANTED-A GOOD GIBL FOR
housework. 3US N Topeka ave.
IVANTED-OIRL iCOLORKD) FOR GENERAL
housework In small family. Refeicnce re
quired, 613 Waco ave. dl4t
M iscella n eons.
7 ANTED TWO EXPERIENCED BASQUE
makers. Apply to Madamo Lhzzett. Mun-
son & McNamartu
SIT L'A TI ONSFEMA LE.
Under this head lu per line jxir day.
fVANThD-A POSITION AS COOK.
C. II,. Laele oflko.
rANTED-A YOUNO WOMAN WISHES A
situation to cook and do housework. Apply
to 122 Slovens M.
rr.ritr this Head Zc ycr line per day.
H AN TED MALE HELP.
I nder this head 2c per line per duy.
Jtoucceepvrs and Clerks.
SALESMAN AN ENERGETIC MAN WANTED
to push our manufacturers en tills ground.
One of our agents eurutxl iJ.'Ulu &. Address 1. O.
box 137I, New ork. dltf a
SI T CA TI 0 SMA LE.
Incur this bcud lc per lino per day.
XTTANTED -A SIT BY A NO. I 31ILLER OF
tt iu years experieute; can furnbth b6t of ref
erence. Addrotec'iank Nichols, No. 21S Clevolaud
ave. Wichita, Kun. dSO Of
X. iit.er th s beud 2c per Hue pr day.
V ANTED-A N ENER-
cetlc Kentlcmnu of
rood address to sell "In
Darkest Africa," In one
or uiuru counties, A
laresuiti ot money bas
be-n spout in iurt tlior
oui;til udterttslui: this
ripe This Is a t;runl i
portunlty tor iho rlciit
parl to make his money
lor the next six mouth
or a eur.
Call or address. It. 17,
Ufi L. Douglas ave.
ANTFD AGENTS- IN KN'EKY CITY. TOWN
il iiihpo in tho liiU'd SWte (enept In
kite ot KanMia to takesubotlipllolis. PuetiuaKers
cai. make money 0 capital ituirwi. cmuj
copies free. Cash comm nwrm; money can lie made
Addle Ue WKhita tulr.
WA N TEBMISCELLJ NEO US
XANTED-AN INVESTMENT COMPANY IN
H the northern part of the stato want first
clas itenoj:rapber oS pur month awl permanent
position, lor particulars tall at ofllco ot txwUi
western Business Colleiro. d5l 6t
ANTED-SOW ALBUMS TO REPAIR AT V.
S. Main. A. lluch. Bookbinder. dll 121
TABLE BOARDERS AT
St. Jerome, Hi N. 1 epeka
tiM per week.
t a VT K r V A 11 1 LY SKW1 O:
Uon cuaranld. Call or addrets O 1KM hst
11! AM r.U FIFTY
dre cutting by French system tausbt in one
da). Call at 11 oak M.
"WANTED-TO TRADE A.N ELEGANT HOUSE
conuinlnk' X rwtma. ita-trr. ckrt. two
porches. im col Urn and tkreo lota. wU ktaicd
and clrar of nntuinbraute for MQ acre well In
jtroTtd within ten milt- of A tcb.la. 'A 111 accept
kume caruBJurkSce 11 Lai m MiltH, Alio two dK
resWMiuw and s era! racaat ! wei 1 ukuw ciear
of encumbrance f or sood .arm ta ilim-nitti as pay
tome caL U Beet ary. but larm mut m at-cua
Alo-eral Siedellis stljhlly rcwintred to
traue lr Kan Xarma. Also not went in Luaji
che county with but ia moca to trade for pair
omm as wai(u. 1 auo ha tot i a MCA ct
Uc of low . ootu. pastry and two ct. maU?
aud two iota. ce to for K. Ter Uaoudarf
halabco 2 Jm it l " vt l. Rora M a& wpporUi'
ll to est a hum for aalf tUi ilat i- oid
kkju, Lba fiuicV. i: W. Sfadlac. lit) C blc-sw
are. d3J 3t
-n - VTRn-TWKOTY (OOD.
l tnea. For ta tor iatli taqvtfe at Tbo Kan-
ioj 8tar. St a. Ita.
V ia sood oomdllio. tall at le WlmUK
tcbooL corner TVlrd od HaporU. d tr
A.uLU-i'Kiuli, fAiiLl9 CaJT
1 ? Mppued at Uwar rwene, m-W arH-'ia
frcM- J m:7 uoitor, 07 i4ottu4mz O &.. JUlooStLe.
or apptnsi: at No. M . ilorVUan ae Wcat bit !
TIrANTKD-LADItS TO KNOW THAT THKY
caa p ibc i.eleraUd Utr Draacti aa4lcM
at MSN. mtic iiia Le ccfc. lii Ast.
"It'AXTXO ALL TO XSOW-TAKE NOTICE
t at the udTgad u lee U day of
LVcowU-r. MEu. apf4.M4 s La ot l ptows
aad He of Ialer H. tnnm, aa tlmcul
dnaLard. Ail penxAi -r ward aot ta rtv
eredrt ta uM r-uer B Jaoa. Kiliwi ast&orB
ot t a4erasad. Aay oa- -- or sriTia t
tozkaba. U uorttab . will t- t!Hlttn
f cLcat. cxtoM o( t U-. U. D. Urapor. rca-as.
ANTED-WE ffXT TOC TO LIHT YOCll
Urtaiwitli m. for oa raira imton. W
tare x Utx- Moct U farm Saipie9Msaa to tri for
Lanbu usrfL 12 yoa mi to takaa. trads.eat
on a, lor we f e la Ube - a d c-s ro yoa
kkso b-reuaa. feoa-i A. rpcr. 2JI 3Cictx
Uotr, .a(va. dlt
wr ATtit-LAvii& of scsfyto ABiLrrr
wrH"il - rUW fcna. Salary I per
wtefc, eJ6 o-r- A&trma C. s; tUlc d.-if
-ATEI-a LlaT ot CHEAP tf0WlcC
ea-kty fan-- We i caA imyet. Um.
ety 7rtrty - s a.
arxfr A Xvrt. Houm
a Ui a. s.
TIf NTEI-i50M 5fKTOTACA-E Of A
TI J amti ad tat t rtiwtiB tx. jkm a
pay Jcr a.. A.9H1 l S Tar. e. :
TTrANT-twrOTKAllE-OOD tXIiAlJ PROP
TT y a a eaa a rry . Urrtt
jircioa. Ad rM .-( Lasts. dIU
-AJSTtL-CLRK. BOO- KZETZMS. STX
I wr-; ad artra- ralr. or t-et
yeetete wfca vMk ta arvscMy av?v
la Ur iM( Uraac . h wd. at U tmkrHtm.
ba-9M coU-t. ia-r Lr J d Toxia a
tnr. kt-tu. L-a. i-
ATX-AiIU AD I3CTLJMK TO
M uo5l.WKMai mmrrm
9nttmv Ca-ase. nanma is
aii.a m trtfa aV; UummztMl
e-i ?W e&ci-r. tt-U
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
FOB SALE Miscellaneous.
TTnder this head 2c pr line per day.
POR SALE-40 ACRE FRCTT FARM 6 MILE3
t southwest of city, all fenced and cross fenced,
llou v; ot f oar rooms, new brn. t oar acres of crapea
which will half pay for tho laad next year, an
abundance of apples, the choicest of peaches, etc
Rcnnln? water th year roand. Ona ot tho nlcet
places in Sedgwicic cocnur. A bargain. Call on U.
V. SlcCalla, orer 11U N. Mala. 1H 4t
FOR SALE OR TRADE A STOCK OF MIL
linery roods or will trado for vacant lot. Call
at 119 E Oak tu
T?OR SALE-A COMPLETE STOCK OF GRC--A
eerier, clean and new; one-third down, bal
ance on long Uina payments. Other business re
quire my attenUon. Address U3 East Oak street,
Wichita. Kan. dl9 tf
T7OR SALK CHEAP-SRj YARDS- BODY BRCS
.T sels carpet, cood as now. Call at th front
basement of thejictcher block. dl3-f
"I70R SALE-CHEAP; ONE BILLLVRD AMI
A two pool tables; part time, weekly or monthly
11 tawes; part time, weekly t
CaU or address, H. K. B-
l?OR SALE-FRESH MILK COW AN'D CALF
J? for sale. Oil at XJ X. Emporia. dl5-tt
fi'OR PALE NEW STOVES AT SECOND-HAND
1? prices at Rowle's hardware, ixore, S3 N. Mala
IJOR SALE-1.0 HORSES. WE HAVE ONH
? hundred head of horses and m Are, ranstnir la
use from a to i years old. and a number o( mubM
far sale. Also two Norman and two llambletonlao.
stallions, r or further Information, call on G. M.
Dickson, room 1. 31 N. M-uu at Wichita Kan.
77OR SALE-WOOD WORKING MACHINERY.
1 one No 1 variety saw; ona No 1 scroll taw,
bgan A- Cos make, only ucd six weeks; one !atfe
and counter shar-, 16 inch swine. K toot bed. Ad
dress the Stewart Iron Work, VV ichlia, Kan. 12 Qs
1 7 OK SALE OR EXCHANGE-ELEGANT MOf
17 crn borne, nlno rooms, & feet cast front on N.
LawTfcnen a e coat SlUOJ: abio KX feet freat aJ
Jotntn?. all clear. Want clear productive property
in eood eastern city. K. II. Roys, Wichita. Kan.
FOR SALE-ONE OAKLAND RASE UUKNER
stove, fine board andituMtan pip, all In coud
condition, tall at Room I, Ulltlnc block. dI6.lt
170K "SALE A LOT OF SECOND-HAND
A. butcher tools. ISusch Js drover. Ci North Main.
rpWHNTY-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED, AT
JL this, office, old papers sultitnl lor packing put
unc under carpels, etc
I7OK SAL7N-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND
JL writers' note books, blank receipts and cote
books and letral blanks ot every Mud. Mall orders
promptly attended to. Call uu or apdreea the "toh-
ta Lale. N ichlto, Kan 1W-U
170R SALE-A HANDSOME UTnBGRAPIt
7 man oftbrcltyof IthtU.ctvcn nan.rsof itrprU
public butldtniiK. eolleses, parks, etc., slxe txl on
linen paper, pnm l cents each. tor lUcmi, ti
cents adOMU. Address the Wicttiia Eale, Wtthlu,
1JOK Sale-DEEDs. MORTGAGES AND Ai.t.
JU klndft ot lesal blank; blank receipt book, note
books, etc. at tbo Wichita Lai:le oQn.
U-il promptly attended to,
LOST-RED IUIslI sETTLIC PL!": ANSWERS
to the name ot Tip. Return to Utu. Ham
mann at the Lagic office.
I OsT-YESTERDAY AFTERNOON A FUR
JU capeeaatot t'hubolm creek. Fluaer plrastj
leave ul t-alo ofllco and receive reward. dJl 3t
r OaT-A LADY'S GOLD WATCH WITH
XJ chain ami lockeU Returu to Dr. Mlnlsk
t ittcher block and receive reward.
1 OST-A SMALL BLACK PUIUjE. FINDER.
JLi will please leave at 3W &. Oak U TTot aide,
ami rcceixi reward. d.l 3t
I OST-A BLACK AND TAN DOG. MIGHT
JLi welch about 3.4 pounds, foot crooked from
ui eak. lieward It iTturnt-d Ui Fred Rush, CaU
Uruccry.OW North Main strvet. u ll-if
Under this head 3o per line p
LTOUND-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES ON SEO
JL7 ond street, near the Fort Scott depot. Inquire)
at I1G Last Douciaa ave. U21 31
Under this head 2c per line per day.
OTRAYED OR SIOLEN-A RED IRISH SET.
O lor pup, aud answers to the lumo of Tip. Any
Informal on can be left at tho tatfU oftlce. where a
suitable ren ard will be k! en. dSl 6l
STRAYED- FRoirTUE NEW CITY HAlX
bulidlni; a buy horse bail onhalu-r andhlioh
iue strap. i;eiurn to L. Johuou at Uiy bulidliiK.
FOB SALE Horses and Vehicles
l liuet this bead Jo per lino per day.
SALE CHKAP-lWO UUOD IIHaVi"
JL3 work hones
Callou ItobrbautfhA itauck. lit
a. Main st.
FOB BENT Houses.
I nder this bead 2c per Hue per day.
fWFOR RENT-0 ROOM COTTAGE, CORNER
afrit Wabash and Set-oiid. Inquire at iivocou ofllce
aalOlt RENr-HOLoE NO. 1210 N. MAHKET
fjj'l luia etbt rooms, UMde ball, bath, oiueeu and
ceiir, all lb kuou lepair. Uuud Imru and col house.
Apply at lAu . . Lunreiuo ave. d Hl-tX
FOB BENT Booms.
Li.iler this Lead 2c per nncprday.
rUlt HKM - NlClJY KUKNl-ilKD "hOUTU
nii MiMt front room or trout UUliif room and
connecuuc Immi loom, prutlffu ul bath. Apply at
bl7 .V Jlurkul t. (UVU-
Ioirilh.N'r-FUHNIHhD HOOHb BN hlfTR
J orsJbBly. Urn. IUhiubo.M $. topcha, d I
I.OH KKN riiLEtLVNTLY 1 1 Hi IH KD 14
room iMNwo, iMwa as "Lari -oumt'' or "ttio-i-uant."
AoUrvM il. Lvouard. uuUiriti, Ok.
KMlitRKNT-NICKLY rtltNIoHKU MOOM. AT
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