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3Ixe MicWta gaily gagle: jgadtarcTag IJtaruxucf, gztzpxbtx 13, 1890.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during: the past 24 hours-26
Cattle, 98 Hog-s. Shipments 71
Cattle, 200 Hogs.
The receipts of cattle were light today.
There was not much demand for any kind
of cattle and the market was fiiow and
dull all day. Shippers and speculators
took most of the offerings at yesterday's
WICHITA LIVE STOOK MARKET.
WicniTA.Kan., Dec. 12.
The receipts of cattla were llcht. Market slow
anfl dull at estcrdars prices.
Natlvo nhlpplnc rtoers, goodtooxfra 13 2534 00
Good to extra native butcher steers, lOUOft
1200 lbs 2 .V3 00
Katlvn fecdlnc steers 2 2.S&2 65
Native stoi-kers , l YnC&l i
Oholoe cows and hclfcrs 1 2V2 r0
Fair lo cord cows and heifer 1 2.VJ2 00
Hulls and stags 1 2S&1 75
Jat jearilnff . 1 MX2 M
Good yearlings 1 76c2 CO
Ornh8 cows 1 Vjvl 59
fanners 1 OO&tl 10
1 'oorer crndes and f callawHRS KVal 10
a eal calves, per bead 4 aUC 00
'Joins steers, rood to extra 2 50&.2 75
Texas steer, fair 2 Wffi'- 45
3exascowb 1 25&1 75
The following aro the representative sales
rattle at the stock yams today:
There was about 1.000 hogs received to
day. Packers sorted closely and took
none but best bogy. Some of the best
light hogs were bought by speculators at
$J.O02.70. There wore a number of loads
left unsold at the close. The market was
Blow all dny but closed steady with bulk
JirrRBSHNTA TTVI S.tT V.S.
The followiiit: are tho representative sales of
hogs at the j ards tCKiay:
o Dock At. Price,
N'o Dock Ar. Trice,
TIGS AND HGE1K,
flood mutton Fheep, ?0-.l(X.
nuolMook ewes. TQfiff)
tlood tock wotlirrw, 7&iiS5...
Good toeitrn lambs
.$S 506 00
.. 2 :oas WJ
. S (Xi(3 A)
. 4 005 00
"Wichita Grain Market.
. WicniTA. Kan., Dec. 12.
There was no change In grain today. Kocolpts
Koliowlnc are tne ololnK quotations:
GrKA I N Car lots on track.
vMlKAT No. 2 feOco. 2 hard 74c. No. 37Cc.No.
'CORN No. S or bettor 48c, white 4Jc, new corn 48.
1 1 VE-No or beUor 00c.
HAY 17 0097 fl per ton. in car lots.
OltOUND COltN Chop In car lots f 1 10&1 15 per
Wichita 1'rodtico SInrkot.
FLOUK nieht patent ?2 00. second patent VV0.
jxtvu fnucy 2 20.
HCTTER Fancy cream err JJfio. oholco creamery
12r. irood creimerj 20c, lint"t daily 17c, line dairy 15c
ECGS Strictly fresh, with cases 24c. strictly
frp-ili. without cases 23e,
POULTRY Younti chickens $1 5 "02 00 pr doz.
liensf2lX)S2 40, ducks ;20Ai!40. 11 vo turkeys 5Co
rOTATOKS-Utnh. sacked, perbu. $1 15. Mlnno
fotn. sacked, perbu. $1 10. fnney Greely $1 at
COAL Anthracite til 01, Cnnon City S 0L Wolr
ritv t4 M. FroutenHC 4 SO. Pittsbutv H M. llUuols
.7 00, McAlllHter V 00.
W. T. Hall, Jit. Hope, had hogs in to
day. "W. II. Gammon, Akron, marketed hogs
W. IMoore, Piedmont, sent in a load of
C. II. Elliott, Wilmot, had hogs on the
II. Jlills, Newton, &ont in a load of hogs
John Cooley, Rose Hill, brought in cat
tlo and hogs today.
Jamas Grimsloy, Viola, was on the mar
Let with cattle ami hogs.
Whittaker & Quillen, South Haven, had
cattle and hogs on today's market.
M. M JIunger, Harper, sout in a load of
Pliilo Hunter, Elbing, brought in a load
of hogs today.
Golden & JIanna, "Whitewater, had hogs
on today's markets.
J. N. Duuaway was in charge of Whit
laker & Quintan's utock.
13. 13. JMoorc, of Kiugman, was a visitor
gt tho yards today.
Buyers today were: Hanks 145, Doid -102,
Houston shipped three cars of cattle and
LIVE STOOK MAEKET.
ST. l.oi'in. Mo.. Dec 11 CATTLE Receipts
F000, shlpinrnts MOt Market Meady. Natlv, JoOJ
ft 5 10 tork. rs and feoaers20.3:6. Texnns and
lr dlan J2 3J4J.AJ. HObS-Hecetpts Ifrai. hhlp
t lit 1W0 Market utrong. Heavy JS ..(VeS (0.
n ixed ..2KJ3 5U. MlEEP-!eceIit, 400. shipments
J.oua Market steady. Oood to choice (IUV6 2u.
Kavsao t ITT. Mo., Dic 12.-CATTLE Ilecwpts
MO,hlntnnnt 1550. Market about steady Meors
Jtfii4 70, famy Chri.tmas steers J5 0itfl5 35. cove
fl 8 vt2U0. (-toVers nnd feeders 2 26StiO HOt.S -1
eceipt.- 13,130. shipment 4.rfl. 'arket steady.
I!ulk.iS5'3:i. aUgiadcs tfiOdA"). SHEEP-Ito
crlHsfO), shipments 110. Ma kct steady audun
t hanged, l.ood to choice Jt tUi 10.
Chicaoo. 111., Dea 12 The Dnivers' .Tournal re
ports CATTLE-Kecelpts J"0O0. shipments .UU
UrLet showed no change for improvement. Prima
and choice ( hristmas teeni 5 (WutoM. common to
i o.o100H 9 1. Texans ?2 4tk22tiJ. native butcher
i (XV425Q, utockiTs J2 .VU2 5.' HO-R-Re vlpt
6 .' W shlnments 5HO01 Market closed aliout same as
yesterday. Light mixed nnu ia(k.-rs 3 4(3Ti.
i-nme noa vy and butchers' wcicntp jaisas si, iicht
hHEi.p Roteipts uu snipmcnisshlp-
lHrket showo 1 ro
prices. Natives JJ 4f5 50. wcterus
'icxaus 18 40o 65, jambs 1350&5SU.
MAEKETS BY TELEQBAFH.
New Yoik Money.
New YoitK. Dec 12.
Money on call eas-. ranging from 28i per cent,
last loan S. closed offered at s inr cent
Prime mercantile papr6&l0.
MerllngexehnagBQolet and etoady at f 4 7S for 60
Cay bill aud it Si for .etnand.
Kaunas City I'mdurc
Kansas Crrr, Dec 12.
The Dally Indicator reports.
FLOUR-XX 05.YXX TSc, family fKS.chokre
ft i , fancy II 70, extra fanor Jl SCSjiS. patent 12 M
WHBAT-Stronger. No. t hard cash SSJtO bid,
IV ember Wc 11. No 2 red cash SJc lW.
COltN-Meftdy. No. 2 cash 4SJc Wd, 4fc asked.
t'VTS-QLleu No. J cash and December 4tcbid.
I w. nhked.
K- yulet No. 2 cash tRte bW.
ill TrKK-Mrin td unchasgwl. Creamcn 3S
l-ttti-Flnr, at JJc
mJbPtt' rtMcy prairie IWlO. good to choice
Chicago (Jrtn and Produce.
,,.,., , Chicago. Dec 12.
Tieat A elite an4 Arm.
lorn Acttves but eay.
Ut 3 Active but easier.
PcrU About tcady.
The leading futures closed a follows:
WHEAT Dcccmtw fc. January- SRc, My Jl oov
CORN Docottiher SlJc Jattuan ilc, liar 5lc
OATS-December 4iKe, Janunry 24c Mfcy 4&-Hc
PORK December Ji S7H. Jaauary 18S7W.'Mar
c UAS-Cut loat 7HS.7;c. granulated 6Xc s,tknd
xd K 6ic.
Cash cuotHtlons were ai Idlowt:
Fl OCR Winter pa.ent ?47C(500, spitorpsttnt
J4 fU 4 70. bakors f J 7f3'. X.
WHKAT-Na 2 eti844 Kte.
ORN-Cash M'c .
1 LXXSEKD-J1 SL
No. Detirrlptlon, AVpe.
11 Feeding stetsrs . 1X
11 Stockers 7!7
ft Stockers fc5C
3 Stockers 631
2 Stockers ffl5
5 Cows 112(5
1 row 010
5 Hoifers 8V1
2 Heifers G1&
2 Heifers 410
1 llelfor M
3 Cnnncrs ...... Hi'S
1 BuU 1730
TIMOTHY-T1 ri a.
I'OIlK-Cat-h Is 3?tf.
short ribs-h wt ss.
MIOULDERS-Dry salted 14 504 Otf.
SHORT t LEAR SItE-5 3045 35.
articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat.. CO.000 UOOC
Corn T3.WA 10S.0CO
Oats n',0001 116,0 l
BUTTER-Eay. CreHmery 2iHa27c, nrits 1S20,
extra dairy 24O240, flrsU liaise.
St. Lionls Produce.
St. Lottis, Dec 12.
W HEAT-H.'gher. Cash 95c, May JKHS3Hc July
CORN Lower, t ash 51c, May SV.U&hlHv,
OATS-Easl-r. Cah44Jc.May 46c.
wiwragpcac m mipmbmbi n gam t
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
J. n. Hallowkll, J. e HrMS, H. L.Gonno.v
Hallowcll. Hume (C- Gordon,
Rooms 503, 604, 505 Podpwlck Elk. Telephone No. 112.
THOMAS C. WILSON,
253 N Main Street. Telephone No. 1L
W. P. CAMrnrLL. Jas. L. Drrn,
Attorneys at Law. Wichita, Kansas,
ri. C. SL08S. W. E. STAXLE-i
SL USS & STANLEY,
Attornoy at Law. Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Second floor.
P.A.RonRnArOTT. W. H.RAtTCn.
JtOHHIiA UGH 0 JiA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietor of Western Collection IJurean. Col
lections made anywhere In the United States and
Canada, ho. 117 Main SU WichlLa, Kansas.
Lawyer. Rooms 2. 4 and 6 203 X. Main St., Wlchlu
John W. adams. G.W. aiums.
Attorneys nt Law. OtTlce. first stalrvvay east of the
Wichita National Bank. llt-tf
O. W. TEIIRY,
Architect and Suaerlrteiideni.
BltUnc block. Wi-hlta, Kan
Rooms 16 and .7
W. 11. McVHEIiSOK,
Architect. Room IS, No. 200 North Main Etreet
Wichita, Kansas. H7-tf
w.t. fitoimvoox. o. w. r.rw
JRO UDFOOT 2 BHID,
Architects and SuiverlnteodonM. 031ca la Fach
A.J. A rr LEG ATE.
(With A. D. Mallory
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public
PincdrauRhtlni; a sperlsltj. Complete nbstrpcts
to any land In hedgwick county. Ooice. Just at risht
of wi'sti-ntr.mco. Main street. New Court House,
first tloor. I'rompt txt Ice guaranteed. Telepbono
22. E. HAJIILTON, M. D.
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat,
C'atarrh and tlttlnn gliwes.
Office 127 N. Market street.
Israel A. Mjcrs block.
H. Bramlom, M D.
iw?)553SZS Eye. Ear and Cancer. No
Ofllco 40; East Douglas Aenui. Office hours from
a. ni. to 5 p. in. d&w
DR. C. C. FUR LEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SUKGEON.
131 East Douglas Ave.
Telephone No. 11G. I
idjoiuint; tho Orace.
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Femnlo and children's dlseosena spreclalty. Home
fov Ladles during conQneiuent. Mrictly priVHtt
when bo desired. Letters of Inquiry coufluenttal
"id answered Immediately on receipt of nme
Home, 711 South lu.i ave. Wichita, Kan. I45-tf
E. Y. M UNSELL, M. D.
Meillc.il nnd surclcal dls
enH'S of Eve, Ijr, Nose, and
Tliro.it. lleinoval ot facial
nnd other blemishes and flt
tivseelnrle. Oflkc and residence. 1200
South Eu: porta. Cl-tf
Eye, Ear. Nove nnd Throat, Office IS! N Mnln
street, residence. al.i N lirenc avenue. Ofllce
howi-s 9 to 12 a. m.. and 2 to 5 p. m. D-iS
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
( Mike hours t' to lfl a. in., 1 to 4 p. m. Mind iy. 9 to
30-50.0. m. Itoom IS, l'cchiielmor Uuildlng.
ko cvib-yjt j TPO
r,o payJl JL.
FIPSUHK FlSTt'LA nnd all disease of
the rectum cured without the use of the knife, liga
ture, ctitlcs ordelenthm fnun buslnoss. No money
to be paid until patient is cured.
Privato Dlviues In both sexes speedily cured.
Call on or address
DR. .1. E. BENNETT.
NGtf office 143 N Main St.. Wichita.
RIIILLIPS f- PHILLIPS,
nradnatos of the Chicago Veterinary College,
We are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
woik, Including Dentistry, Canine and Cattlo
Practice. Hospital accommodations for all patients
requiring specinl caru nt M per day. Persons wish
ing to purcluiM' .i hor-e can nvo It examined and a
certificate of Mundties tvenfor5. In Mirgerywo
une the latest dev ces including an oporatlng table.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or mall will receive
lirompt attcutlon by day or night.
Off.ce. 114 North IjiwreiMre Avenue. OClcetele-
ShonoNc'L Rosldence tSJO N. Topeka ae. Hesi
eace telephone No. 215. 129 tf
RTZAJj ESTATE AGEXTS
C. A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal Estate Dealers,
Ruy andseli Rel Iftate on roinni slon. collect
rents have repairs made econonncaiiy njt& remit
promptly. I orreiHideDce ol.citrl. Now Is the
time to bay and la the foundation for a fortune
Reference: All puttie for wliura we feaxe done
business, Leie or e.-where. MI7 North Main
street In Cltiteiis' Ua&W Building. Telephone. 220.
lf'ASSAM, DA VIES 0 ROOD
BE AL ESTATEAGEXTS
Ijirgef llt of ciy and isad property for sale.
Ako the famous Alvm a ad Hitchcock fruK land
for e. rttc for infarctaUon.
Ofllce Moody bvtldlng. Oalveeton. Texas, leaf
P.. c Israel
ISRAEL BROS. .
Eeal Estate and JBeiits.
To buy V ichit city property or Sedgwick county
Kad at present prices means Urge -eturas on yxr
nioaey, Wtchlta. lth her stock u other indo?
trtes. Is Jut in her infancy, and such berxaitts as e
can cow offer nere never offered before. All having
business In our lino are Invited to cU or correspotrf.
lite Wichita lnteresa of Eos-residentt properly
and faithfully cared for Omce seeoad ur Xs
North Market, Israel BuUdlaz. diaf
1 be Ptotogrsptar. Picture In Ml slaes aad style
Ho also carries ih ilnet serueect of wlctwe
rrara tecltr. U3ti hta a xrfcd1y caH and
New moruinrt express, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. i3-t
B. W. ELDRIDGE. M. C. CAMPBELL.
ELDKIDGE k CAMPBELL,
Snecial Information by
Wire or Mall Free on Ap
plication. LIVE STOCK
J. O. Dattdsox. Pre? . a A. Walxek, V, P.
JOHN DzxsT, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL
STOCKH'D'BS' LIA1JILITY. 1,000.000
Larcest Paid Up Capital of aay Bank la the Etate
Shippers of Live Stock can save "both
time and money "by doing their
business through, tho
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BASK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
SURETY ON BONDS.
Those who are required to give bondR In positions
of trust, and who deslro to avoid asking f r ends to
become their sureties, or who may wish to relievo
friends from further obligations as bondsmen,
should apply In person or by letter to
W. II. LIVINGSTON. Aeent,
Stte Nat'l Bank. Wichita. Kan.
Of the American Surety Company of New York.
Pamphlets on applicat.un. 15 tf
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
Dentist. Ofllco 141 N. Main over Smith i Stover's.
Vitalized air jdmlnlstered. Residence G2t N. To
puka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. Dl-tf
D. V. SMITH,
Dentist. 117 North Main Mreet. one door south of
Flnlay foss Furniture Houe. Wichita. Kan. t'itf
Full els of teeth. 5. ?3. and J18
Gold Ulllnjrs, Jl. nndup: bllver, 75o;
Extrac'lug Vth cocaine. 50c Wo
cuarante-o satisf xction.
BOYD'S DENT J f, ROOMS,
Dn. T. F, Povn. Dn. .T. a. HoLLtxiiEnoca
1U East Douslas Avenue. K-tf
Mi.socni iMririr it. k.
Kansas City Kxpross
St. Louis Jfnll and Express..
KwnhHs City Express
Wintleldand Kiowa Express...
WICHITA AND rOLOHADO,
Colorailo Mall and Express....
...j 7:10 am '8.10 A M
I 315 P M
1:20 P 31
I OJS P M
!Hi P M
7:25 A M
4:15 p 11
hXt p it
7 43 A M
Depot Second and SVicnlU streets;
ticket office 120
North Main street.
E. E. ni.rrKi.EV.
enn and Ticket Agent.
HiJE TABLE CJIICAOO. KOtH lisLAMJ & T.aCjr
("Great Hock Island Boutr.")
In effect on and after October 19. LV).
AlllllVK I I.KAVE
nOINO NOint! AN'I tAT.
No. 2 Colorado SDrlti
Denver and Paclllc Coast
S 55 AM
No.2KansasOty. St. Louis
and Chicago TnrotiSli
Jlall and ex. dallv
No. 4 Kiinsu City, St. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. tli Accomniodatlon.
dully except Sunday
OOl SO MHTIl.
No. SKans City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. dally
No. 1 Kansa? City. St. Louis
and Chicago through mail
and ex. daily
No. CI Accommodation, dally
Elegant reclining clialr cars on alt trains, and
PuJlinnn sleejr-rs from Wichita to Knnas City ami
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
sold and liaggago checked through to all points
north, f-outli. east and wet, and steamship tickets
fold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket office 100 East Douglas avonue, corner Muln
Mrect; passenger station corner Douglas and Meai
avenues. Telephone laa.
C. A. lUTiiEnronn. Ticket Agent.
.1XO. SrnAPTIAN. U. T. A: P. A.. Chicago. 111.
frT. MUMS i. SsAN FICANOISro B. R.
I AIIKIVK I I.KAVK
No 1. Uolng Wct, pass (tol
No. 3. Going wi-st, p.itons'rl
(stops at liurrton) j
No.4.(iolng East, paengcri
N'o 2, doing Fast, passenger
No. 6. Going list j
yXo.5. tioing Wet to Hurrtonl
9 25 A M
.1 (0 P M
Trains marked thus run dully.
West bound train. No. 1. has Pullman car.
West bound train. No. 3, connects at Hurrton for
Pueblo, New Mexico and Southern California.
East bound. No. 4. Is a solid train to St. Louis,
makes connections for Ft. fcmith. Little Rock and
East hound. No. 2. night express to St. iouls. has
fre reel nlng chair car nnd Pullman slepr.
No. G. fa eastern express has free reclining chair
car. tout ist sleeper, and Pullman sleeper to St. lx)tits
No 6. fust western express, lias through tourist
lcepr to Los Angelos nnd Pullman sleper to El
raso.Tex.ts. and through to tho City of Mexico with
City Union Ticket office. 122 North Main Etreet
and union Depot, Douglas avenue.
V!C IIITA A W ESTZUX It, It.
l.olng et. pas. (dally) I I 515 pm
Going Wet. freight I 1240pm
Going East, pass 8 40 l
Going East, freight I 1105AM
I nion 1 icket ofllce 12i North Main street. Union
1'a.ssonser Station corner Douslas ami 5th avenues.
W. I). Ml'iiitocic. D. P. A.
A1CH1. TOI'kkA &&ANTA FK It. K.
THAI VS. AltlttVt; I l.KAV
NOKTU AMI EAST. I
No. 414 Kansas City express! E45AM
No. 4t7 Chicago vestlbuled
express 955am M00AM
No.403 Missouri River ex
press SMph StOPU
Mturtl ANI WEM.
No. 407 Oklahoma City and
Oklahoma txpress 748'A.M 745 a M
No t'.' Caldwell and Pan
hardle exprewf 7 40AM 745AM
No. 405 Ft. Worth. Galves
ton and Texas express. . 5 05 p ii 51(Ipm
No. 41 Wichita Express.
from Knsa& City 4 85 p Ml stops hero
Trains mark-d thns . dully.
rOCIPMSNTNOKTH AND TAST.
Train No. 4U. Kansas City express, runs solid to
Knsas City, has cha.r car service.
Train No. 4i has through Pullman from Galves
ton and connects at Newton with sold vestlbuied
expre- to c hlouro without change, arriving there
at - Ni next mo. nlng.
TthIuNo. 40H ha-j freo reclining chair car to Kan
sas City. Pullmin to Kansas City, also to Topeka.
Atchison and bt. Joseph.
EQC1PJIKNT SOCTH AND WE.T.
Train No W7. has l'ullnun and chair cars.
Train No. 41B ha through Pullman car to Ft.
Worth and Galveston.
Train No. 413 has reclining chair car from Kansas
City jimI stop at Wichita
Uty L'nion Ticket office 122 North Main stret,Aad
Union Pussengr station corner Douglas and Sth
avenges. W. D MCKnocK, D. P. A
Note Change of Time.
CommencitiK Sunday, Oct. 5th, the Mis
souri Pacific Fust Mail and Exp -ess will
leave Wichita t2 o'clock p. in . arriving
at St. Louis uext morning at 7 o'clock.
Chicago Express will leave atS:43a,m.,
arriving at Chicago (via Kansas City) at S
o'clock next morninsr. This makes the
fastest trains for bo? uSc Louis and Chi
cago. Pullman sleepers and chuir cart,
through to St. Louis without change.
Three trains dailv in each direction
between Wichita and Kaoas City, Wich
it and St. Louis, via Missouri Pacific
railway. 107 tf
New Dining Car Service.
Hereafter passengers leaving Wichita
on the Missouri Pacific fast through train
at V20 p. ni., for St. Louis or points east of
Fort Scott, will enjoy the benefit of hav
ing supper served in a dining car at Fort
Scott at 7:25 p.m. Likewise passengers
ie&vwe St. Louts at SsJO p. m. will" be
served breakfast at 76 a. m. in the .atne
way. Thus is the "Pleasant Hill route"
becoming more pooular dily with the
travelling public E. E. 3LSCKLET.
Passenger and Freight Hgeat,
.vussuun i-aciiic r.wiwav.
120 North Main.
The Santa Fe is the short line PneWa, to
Colorado Sprincs and Denver. Note zh
rime: Leave Wicfait 4.10 p. nu. arrive
Pueblo &3S a. m., arrive Colorado SpriaS
7:40a. m., arrive Deoerlo-JOa. m. Through
Pullman chair car and dming car service.
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacilic railway. 151 ti
No Interest in the ISlcctioa.
Knowing that a local election -wa go
ing on in Grenada, Hiss., I asked a col
ored, man, whom I found cutting wood
about four miles out of town, why he
wasn't at the polls.
"Wall, I doan' dun take a heap of in
terest in dat lechshun,' he answered.
"Right smart o' reasons why, sah.
S'posm' I git up to de polls an' Mars
Smith says to me: 'JReuben, I want dem
fo' dollars j-o' owes me fur bacon afore
yo' wote.' How's I gwine ter pay him,
"S'posin' I git up to de polls an' Mars
Jessup lay3 his hand on my shoulder an'
says: 'Yo' ole black K-nben, whar's dat
log chain yo' borrowed of me las' fall to
haul sticks? How's I gwine ter tell him
dat somo nigger has dun stole it away
"S'posin' I walk up to dat winder wid
a wote in my han an' Mars Roberts
calls out to all de folia, 'Heah's de man
what knbws sunthin' 'bout dat yearlin' I
lost last summer!' Does yo' reckon I
could git dat wote in arter dat?"
"An' s'posin'," he continued, as he
leaned 'on his ax, "dat I should git all
ready to wote an' Mars Ben "Walters, an'
Mars Tom Davis an' Mars George Turner
should cry out at me: '"Whar's dem
chickens? "Whar's dem hogs? "Whir's dat
honey? Do yo' dun reckon I could lift a
hoof to git out o' dat?"
"But you don't acknowledge that you
are guilty of stcrJin hogs, chickens,
honey and so forth?" I asked.
"I doan't 'zaftly 'knowledge to nuthin',
sah, but I'ze free to say dat dere has bin
some of do moas' presumptions times
around yere since de wah yo' eber heard
tell of, an' de furder I keep away from a
white man de safer I feel." New York
An amusing instance of southern per
severance under difficulties recently came
to our ears. A young lady from Louisi
ana had heard much of Mrs. Leslie Car
ter's beauty, and fearful that she would
not see the new star in the Eouth the en
terpribing girl made friends with a
habitue of the Ladies' Athletic club,
which adjoins the Berkeley Lyceum,
where Mrs. Carter is rehearsing, and
coaxed the latter to find out if there was
any secret communication between the
buildings. Curiosity found a way, but
n very small one. ami the girls crawled
through it and obtained an entrance to
the Berkeley while rehearsing was on.
Miss Entete (this isn't her real namej
enjoyed the breaking in more than she
did the rehearsal. She says Mrs. Carter
is being coached by Belasco, even to the
least inflection of her voice. The ad
mirable points about her are her abun
dant blonde hair and her dressing. She
wore a neglige one of those famous
negliges of shimmering blue which
fitted her form like a mold. The two
girls staid through about half an hour of
"Did I say that right, Mr. Belasco?' and
"Is that the way you want mo to do it?"
with which Mrs. Carter interlarded the
dialoguo of tho play, and then crowded
back lo tho Athletic rooms and washed
the dust from their hands. New York
Cor. New Orleans Tiines.
Tho I'nraer of the Future.
It oegins to be apparent 'that farmers
should pay some .tttcution to what may be
tinder Micir farms ns vrt-11 .is attending to
the surface. A Kansas ninn sunk a shaft
on his farm, and in going down 100 feet
struck a 5 foot vein of mineral paint, a
10 foot htrat'iro of fire clay, a 20 inch vein
of coal and a deposit of marblo 5 feet in
thickness. The S'undaid Oil company has
made its immeiibe riches by farming under
the surface, and the farmer of the future
will not waste all his valuable time in tick
ling the soil with a hoe. ew lork World.
Following is a scientific description of
what happe.is vrheu j'ou light a fire: The
phosphorus on the mutch is raised by fric
tion to a temperature of 150 degs. Fahren
heit, at which it ignites; it raises the tem
perature of the sulphur, if it be a sulphur
match, to 500 degs., when the sulphur be
gins to burn; the sulphur raises the heat
to 800 degs., when the wood takes up the
work and produces a temperature of 1,000
degn., at which the coal ignites. Ex
chance. Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacilic "Pleasant Hill route.V
Through sleeping aud chair cars without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 5Sd tf
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 is located. It
does not cost much to run over from not
Springs to Santa Fe, the capital of New
Mexico, noted for its many t-cenic attrac
tions. Inquire of local agent of Santa Fe
route, 122 North Main stieet, or union
passenger station, or address G. T. Nichol
son, G. P & T. A., Topeka. Kansas, for
copy of 2ew Mexico folder, just issued.
St. l.onls to Colorado via Wichita.
Commencing Sunday, July 13.1SW, the
Missouri Pacific railway will rnn through
sleeping cars from St. "Louis via Pleasant
Hill, Rich Hill, Fort Scott and Wichita to
Geneseo and from thence to Pueblo. Colo
rado Spriugs and Denver. , This change
wis made on account of a great manv neo-
plcrfrom fhe east goincto Colorado being'
uesiioua oi going via ituiui. i ue .raiu
will stop here two hours, giving all a
chance to view the "Peerless Princess" and
still land passengers in Colorado same
time as if they had gone via Kansas City.
It also gives the citizens of Wichita sleep
ing car service from here to Colorado. Re
turning, it gives ns through sleeping car
service Wichita toSt. Louis, and givps the
Colorado people a chance to go east via
Wichita. This change will undoubtedly
be appreciated by the traveling pnblic.and
especiallv hvthe'citizens of Wichita. If
you are going east or west go via the pop
ular new through route. Through cnair
and sleeping car service. New rout just
completed between Fort Scott and Rich
Hill goes through the finest mineral and
acncultural country in the west. Don't
forget the new short line to St. Louis or
City ticket office, 130 North Main street,
J-tf E. E BLECKLET. P. & T. A.
If you are going to any point north or
ist be sure and take the Great Rock
Island train that leaves Wichita every day
at &55 a. m. ,and reaches Kansas City 5
o'clock the same day and Chicago early
the next morning. Remember tne Hock
Island Route is the only hne between
Wichita sad Chicago on which you do not
have to change trnias. Evening tram
leaves Wichita at 9:55 p. m. City ticket
office 100 E. Douglas avenue, corner Main
street. C, A. RCTEERFOBD,
ll!-tf Ticket Age
Nieat express for Ktaos City. St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita ac 9:43 p. ra.
Chir cars and Pullman sleepera on tfeis
train. Missouri Pacific railway. Ifi7 tf
Do not be deceived by spedoasiy worded i
i vert isbi eats of other line?. The Frist
Limited Is the fastest train to St, Louis by
more tlma one beer with incomparably
Um finest equipment. No charges and ao
deiaya at junction points. dl!3-tf
A TKLEtf S UUHEBSrON.
"MOLUE MATCHES" TELLS HOW EAS
ILY POCKETS ARE PICKED.
Very Ottlo Daajjcr of Detection Meth
od of Getlinc Ztid of Cbe Flnnder.
Thieves Never Trcfco Gieep Jewelry.
Some Clever Work Upoa Friends.
I once knew a pickpocket who would, on
occasion, unbosom himself ss to his work.
"I can," ha said, "got a thousand pock
etbooks before I am detected once, and
then the discovery will occur through the
clumsiness of one of my 'stalls.' Yes, it
would scsiin as though my business would
pay, but you must recall the fact that
most pecketbooks do not contain much
money. "We open them frequently and find
no money at all nothing but receipts and
other papers. Those we call 'readers.' We
strike bo many "readers' that money made
In pocketpicking is not so great as one
"Of all men on earth a pickpocket has to
possess nerve and have it with him. The
man who 'takes' as a rule passes the stuff
out of his hands as soon as he can. If a
thief carries a 'hot leather that is, some
poketbook just taken, or that theTe is a
row about, he doesn't put it in his pocket.
He carries it under his vest, so that .by
simply drawing ia his breath it will fall to
the ground. He does this, of course, and
leU the leather go in event of baing taken.
He will drop the wallet as he and the officer
axe walking along. In tho dark its easy.
Just drop the stuff and walk over it. I've
walked over hundreds in my time. Where
detectives make a mistake is in not search
ing men as soon as they grab 'em.
"Sometimes thieves get reckless, and will
turn a trick for fun and just to demon
strate how smart they are. I saw a man
once in the scat ahead of me on the train
who put his pockctbook in his hip pocket
after he paid his fare. Ju8t to show what
I could do I waited until he sat dozing m
his seat. Then I began to push on the back
of the car scat with one knee, and as fast
as I raised tho seat back I held it by
wedging my other foot in between It and
the bottom of the scat. I lay back and
fretended to sleep all this time myself, and
worked so slowly and so steadily that my
friend never awoke at all. When I had the
back of the sect raised so high that I could
zmtko the trip 1 reached under and took
ths pocketbook. It took forty-five minutes
to get this pocketbook, and thero wasn't
anything in it then, but the people with
me thought it was c. great feat.
now A rocxcT is picked,
"Thieves never take a silver watch. It
la not valuable enough. In getting watches
the man who does the work stands still
with his back to the pari? wanted. This
sort of work will occur on race tracks and
at any place where crowds aro standing.
The 'stalls' get behind the victim, and
commence crowding until one way and an
other they get the gentleman square
against the left shoulder .of the pickpocket.
On his left arm ho carrirs a duster or shawl
as a 'cover,' and when the victim is all
placed tho pickpocket goes through him
with his right hand, reaching across him
self to do the feat, covering his right arm
and hand from sight with the duster on
his left and looking steadily tho other way
all the time.
''The man who is robbed never sees the
face of the man who takes hia watch at all,
and this is a great point in case he makes a
roar. As a rulo I never take tho chain.
They are mostly plated, and there's noth
ing in them. It is easier and quicker to
take the watch alone. The rings are only
sprung into tho watch stem, not riveted,
and as you take tho watch you can twist
the ring free from the watch and chain by
an easy effort of the thumb and fore
finger. You don't drop tho ring, you bring
watch nnd ring both, but separate from
"Sometimes a very ticklish thing oo
curs. I get hold of a watch that opens
easy and spring it open before I know it.
Of course I've got to let it remain that
way. Shutting the case is clean out of tho
question. Closing a watch ca.se under
those circumstances makes a noise like a
"You cannot protect yourself from a
pickpocket. He can get anything you
have on but a ring from your fi tiger. Your
pin ia his every time; so is your watch, and
a tailor never made a pocket he cannot ex
plore as thoroughly as if he took a lantern.
"I was talking with a gentleman one
day as I am with you, and he called my at
tention to an emerald stone of great value
which he wore in his scarf.
" 'Valuable, ain't it?' he asked.
"'I should judge it was,' I said; 'but I
don't know much about emeralds. A pure
one, I hear, is worth as much as a diamond.
" 'So it is,' he replied; 'you would rather
like this one I wear, wouldn't you?' and at
that ho laughed as If he supposed I couldn't
look on anything without wanting to
" 'No,' I said, 1 don't want your emer
ald: they bring bad luck. If I wanted it
" 'You conldn't get it. Its fastenings are
harder to get at than yon think.'
"We let the matter drop, and talked of
something else. Something, as we talked,
got into my eye and pained me greatly
eyelash, I guess. I was in great pain, and
he volunteered to get it out. H; worked
about ten seconds, nnd then I winked and
declared the eye all right. As he stepped
back I handed him hu emerald that he
thought no one could get. He was very
much astonished, but didn't say much. I
could see that it destroyed his faith In
thewe complex fastf niiigs, though.
"Another time Rolft A. Davidsonand
Judge Adams had been defending some of
the family and got thm clear, and we
were giving them a little supper among
other things by way of celebration. Talk
turned on thieves and thcirwork, and both
Davidson and Adams, like every man on
earth, tboaght ft impossible to plunder
them. Yon could rob other men, but they
were altogether too keenly sensitive. They
would know the minute a thief got within
a block of 'ra, to hear 'em tell it. While
the talk was going oa the boys robbed
them of everything they had, even their
eyeglasses. Of course we gave the stuff
"Well. I can't be with you always," be
said. "I must go."
As he shook band.", at parting he left my
own pin in my hand. He had taken it
from my scarf while we were talking. The
pickpocket was "Moibe Matches." Kan
sas City Times;
Jonn O'Brien, a boiler mker, ays:
"Whenever the subjecs of smoke consump
tion is agitated there are columns of theo
ries abottt how the proper combustion can
b -ecurfd, and the wbo'ie subject is div
cused as an unrealixed hope, jest as air
ships or perpetual motion are di&cued.
The fact Ls the smoke consumption prob
lem has beca solved for several years by
what is known as a down draught furnace.
There are F?veral patterns of them, bat the
principle is the m The furnace doors
are leit apes, rbe coal Is fjd on a grate br
that is made of ?teia pipe connected with
the border. 3aea.in the grate bar, on the
ground level, is a brightly burning Are
mad? by the ""oal drooping from Kbore.
Tfce foresee is coostracted thst when
iae doocs are open the smoke pase down
wrd and fcs consented by taa under fire
I bare lad seen & furnace in oprrattoa for
thww yeess. and no one cxa see slbj imoke
ram my stack, while, aitc? tea: investi
gation. I have laaroed that I have isaved
jmst owe-taird ia eosJ.' S. Loeis Gkib-Demcerat.
O O O o
f L A v
THE PEOPLED COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied
Th follovlni; rates nnder the different bendlnss
will ba charged.
irPnyable Strictly in Advance,
No advertisement taion for less than 10 cents.
One line adTertmeui3 charred anie rate as two
NO ADVERTISEMXNTS TAKEN TO HUN UN
TIL FOKniDDEV ."
Prices elms nnJtr classified heads la this colum i
applicable calr to local advertUetr.eau. No foreici
tdvrtUetne2Ui taXM at prlren gtvrn.
Answers to fdvertlseaents tent In care of th
EaOLE oflce sh&sld be called tor vrlthlu ludav
after insertion, ?h.n ailrcrueers rtltix reply for
warded to thcin sunfcwd envelop tatwt ba auu
Kefereui'e tofonntr adverjUtment should civ.
dtscrfction and dato of t&serttca or cop; ot the ad
Tcrtlseraent should be sent.
Not rtsponjlbl fo.-uuvcrtisemenu uin or Ul
contfanod by telephone.
If A NTEDFEMA L E HELF.
Isder this head re per line per day;
TTANTED-GIRL for oenkkal house.
i wort. In email family. Apply at VM N. To
peka are. ditfit
"VVANTED-QIKL FOH GENERAL HOfSE-
work Inquire at 1715 University ave. Mrs.
Dr. Wlnu. d2t 4t
''ANTED-A COMPETENT OIRL FOR GEN-
eral housework In small family. Apply to
Cowley, S23 W. Douclaaie. dii it
ANTED-A OOOD OIRL FOR GENERAL
honework. Apply at 1(9 N. Main st, 19 if
T7ANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply at 431 Waco ave. 11. G.
Toler. dl tt
rANTED-A GOOD GIBI. FOR
housework. Zcs N Topeka ave.
SIT UA TIONS FEMALE.
Lnder this head 1c ptr Hue per duy.
WANTEDA POSITION 11V A YOUNG LADY
IT as bookkeeper or clerk in store. Address s.
A.. Caru Eagle oCice. dtt Ct
WAST1.D-A POSITION" BYaTcOLORED
woman (with lltUe girl, no bother) to do
hotiscw urn. Call or address Uoom 11 over Holiday
croc cry store. d2 at
WANTLD-A POSITION TO DO GENERAL
housework or to cook, wash and Iron. Call
at 335 N. 1- ourlh a vc. dn 5t
WANTED-A POSITION AS COOK. ADDRESS
it C. Il Eagle offlce U21 W
M iscclla it cous.
rndtr this lic-iil 8c per Ilea per day.
U AN TED MALE MELF.
L ndur (hut htud 2c per line per day.
Bookkeepers ami Clerks.
SALESMAN-AN ENERGETIC MAN WANTED
to push our manutaciurura on this crouud.
one of our airenu turned j,-.0 in t). AddnxM, P. O.
box lSi I, .New ork. dU bl
M iscealla n cous.
SI T UA TI ON SMA LE.
Lnder this head lo per line per day.
M iscella neons.
WANTED -A SIT RY A NO. 1 MILLER OF
'M jearseiperwni. i. can furnish bet of ref
erence. Address Frank Nichols, .No.,216 Cleveland
ave. lchita, ku. uai Ct
I tider this hend "c per lino per day.
1 "anVed'-agk'ntoanvass' Edit TUE
T Homo Emhrolderlnc Machlntt company Cull
at Mibs llullock's Ui N. iialu at. .Si U
WANTED-AGENTSTOSELL T,IE PINLESS
i Clothes Line: the only hue ovrr Inveutnl tbnt
holds the clothes wltliotit pirns a perfect ucct3;
patent recbntl ltuel, eolu only ly uunu. to wnom
the exc.utivn rlgul is cien. on receipt of Su tetit
we ill feerdu sample line by mall; alto circular",
price lift u. d t-rir.s to nieiug. Beture your tornwry
at etice Adorti-s T'ie PiMirstf Clothes Line to. 17
lleriiiori street, Worcester, jlass. lil-i A-t-wno
f t'etlc k'eutl-mau of
food addrt- to tell "in
turkot Afticu, ' in una
or inor cuuntle", a
large sum of moucy ha
been spout In nxt tbor
numbly advertising this
wurkand the (leld i now
rip This 1 a itnttid np
txirtuntty fur Uw right
party to make bt? tuoiutr
lor tho next ,n mouth
or a j tar
( all or oddrr-", R. 17,
WANTFD AOENTf-IN ENERY CITY. TOWN
and tiige Hi the Lniled .'Ult (ejeept lu
tate( Kana to take mbscrij'tloun. 1'ofrttunWrri
can make n.oiify No capital rejiilrel. fcauij.t
coplrs Ire. (. au comn.luiuna; inotiey can bo uuada
b fttlli-up club. AdureM the Wichita hajie.
Wichita. Kan. it
W AN TED M ISCELLA: , EO US
AA'ANTED-TO PCKCHA.-E FOR hPOT CASH
atlVfltoianWJiiUickof ceaerai roereaaB
dlM. Parties hAvmc nuch and wUhlcc Ui dipve
uuit k tan 'ld.-e with coofldehc (i, E. S. Lwd,
v lchita, Kan. iI UT
ATANTEI-AN INVESTMENT COMPANY IN
the nortbrn part ef tao state wbu Hrn
CiaM iDC'trairr j tr muHth an perntaftetit
pf.tMon ror panH-olar call at ufflc ors4il(i
western liusmess Collect. d2l Cc
ANIED-MD ALHt'Mf TO REPAIR AT 117
S. MalB. A. Deck. Jiookbtbdw. dtl 12t
ANIEIOOOD TaVlK BOARDERS AT
prwtt. bt-Jorome, na x.-Htpvxx
ANT ED-FAMILY fcEWlNO: SATlSf Ac
tion carantctL CaH or acetet c, iiH r.
Harry t. J 4j
rAMEW-UKTY LAHIIiJ t leakn
arsw rotuBC bt rnav. mk iauw u
day. Cad at 19 fc oak . d3 U
ANTED-TWENTY GOOD. COMPETENT
sjro. Far )OlcraitH tiuutrnai Xlw h..b
a -tA. IT h. Main. d tf
ANffcD-PBIVATB TAU1UB6 LAS RE
setrsned at their re4deac. with flrst-laA
freh Jetiey MHtr, ly ad4rrtSur O. il. Eaicta a&tce
or app.ytce at J
lti.zti&. ntnaiAa ava, nt bm
J ANTED-LADIES Of BCMEsa ABIUTY
r to ri-rerit a rtlakM Sm. aahvry Itl vr
wck. -tcbt Amu. A4Jrea C. care Earln. d.C-tf
A:.iLJ-A L1?T Or CHEAP "5EDOW1CK
(uuaty tanas 1t Jtat caa. Wotsrc Lsi
wr city pnrrrr Ufc tw. larctr it ke. luaxn
, ill v Mala. 44-
ANTEI-''sOMkOi.T TAKE CARE Or" A
bow, abd to tak two tuoea ta tM tw a
pay ;ar nac Aypiy .iki ip4aa a. i-
WAJTED-TOTXADEGOOD CLEAR PKOP
rrt ad cih '.ut .iny .tUrtk. MOs
yacrchahcc Ate cart La. dltf
ANTED- LF.RE. BOOK KEEPEKA. ST-
ctT.plT aad trtcrapft ortrateri, or v.Li
L wn W ICHM IWW(U7 COIX&M.
it lh abovr arultcb. U au at U rvMi-tVn.
fccfc.e ceslese, coritf hKrClaa ja loyfi. s.
eert. V.uca.ash. UK
ANTED-L.4DIRS AD OENTLEMEN TO
att'td lb brst tA t ! MQinUm
BostacM Coiivc -hioruiaad. UnTttr&as. y.
tja&uilp artctiLtc lhrvfljy lacfht. cat, ot
sead li-r ctresisr. CsJ.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
I adr till aa4 3c yr i.t yr day
R -ALE-ACKE rX'-TT rAKXtMILla
voatawni cd cK. a.1 fettced aad rro fwat4.
Herat of ivmz tuasa, as- bars. Ismx acre xt'sh
h2cb Wi tarf y inr tt ts sx Jr. as
abvaaaaca U spvt. ts duAevH tC acU. Oc.
!!3iiihTUjrn4. Ooe oS t &4t
;Ur ia iirin wWf A Eaifaia. Call &t D.
W 14tClb,vlk .l dU if
TTOK SALE OR TltADK-A STOCK OP XIV
JL htery gnui at wtw tf fur ructxt kA. Cad
at I 2 Oai tu CSJ &'
TCtn SALE-A COXPtETE 'STOCK OF OBO
1 cMWritoa aa4 mMni. a t
aace Hstr taaw partawac.
aatrr ray sat Ar i
Mr Usw rr-
PR A,a clUP-aH Ta
- arH. at-) M kf.
Uac.tst ft tLe rihrra.
r aALa ckea p-h tajcsk wm myu-
vu at W0 mass
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
TTOR SALE-cnEAP: ONE BILLIARD AND
J. two pool tables; part time, weekly or monthly
payments. Call or addra, B. E. D, Kevstoae
FOR SALE-10) HORSES. WE HAVE ONE
hundred head of homeland inarr. runlTu ta
ace from 3 to 5 years old. and a number ut imihv
for sale, At-o two Norman and two IlamUetonUa
stallions. 1 or further Information, ca.1 ou G. M.
Dicksou. room L2U N. Main U Wlchlu Kan.
FOR SALE-WOOD WORKING MACHINERY.
one No I variety saw; one No 1 oruR Mir,
Eean A Co"s make, only used sis weeks; one latha
and counter shaT. IS Inch swing. foot bed. Ad
dress Uie Stewart Iron Works, Wichita, Kan. a Bl
LTOR SALE OR EACRANOK-ELEGANT MOD
X: era home, nine rooms. 75 feet at rnatea N.
lJlWTvneave,cwtl:i;0-,. also UM feet front ad.
lolnlne. all clcr. Vtantclotr pnxluctlre property
In cood eastern city. it. H. Ruy. Wichita, Van.
FOR SALE-ONE GARLAND BASE BURNER
stove; tine board and KnvUaa pipe, alt in cued
condition. Call at Room t, HKtliic block. d)-U
J70RSALK A I.OTOFSECONDHAND
J? butcher tools. Busch Jt G rover. iCt North Mam.
rilWKNVV.FIVE CKNT3 A HLNDRKIl
X this omce, old papers suitabU tor packing put
Uiic under carpect, etc. uix. it
1?OR SALE-SCALE B0OKs7SH6rT HAND
X writers' not books, blank receipts and nota
books ohd h-$at blank of every kind. MaU ontr
I rumpUy attended to. Call ou ur a pure th Wlcn
ta Latc. Wichita, Kao. lMt
170U SALE-A HANDSOME LITIUKIRAPH
; map cfttecityof Wichila,ztc-snamcof strveta
cubltc bmldtns, volleKeo, park, etc, Jia lliU oa
tmeu taper, pnex a cvnt eaui. 3 torWirius; ii
tents a uuen. Audrass the ichtta ta;i. Wiotuto.
TOH sale UEtu. M
JL kinds ot lecal bunks; blank retalpl books, not
books, etc, at in U lubita tat.1" ofhea. Ordr by
ii.aU promptly attended 10. dlUMX
1 OsT-ON I.VST SATURDAY AN AMETHYST
JLi breast pin with four softs, hinder will pica
rekuru to AJ N. Mark: i. and receive reward. J 1
LOsT-RED lltlsll SErTEK PL'l-. ANSWERS
to the name of Tip. Return to Geo. Itatu
luonti at the ti,;ie oCk-r. d'il If
f OsT-AsMALcT BLAUi: PL USE. FINDER
JLi will plaUtiaal.W a. Oak (. West ?tde.
U.U rcclv reward. U31 Jt
I OsT-A BLACK AND TAN DOG, J11UHT
JLi welcu about H pouud. foot crtKued truta
bleak, lirward U irturuvU tu ired Kuan. CaaJ
urocery,.4U North Main sUret, u IMI
Under this head 7u per line p day.
li'OUND-A PAIR Or' SPECTACLES ON SEC
JL? oud st rret, uearth Fort Scott depot. lnUtr
at lib Last Douglas avo. 9 dtl t
Under this hand 2c per Una per day.
til'lCAVr-D OH SlOl.LN-A RED lltlsll SEr
) tor pup, and anawara to tho uaiua ot lip. Auy
thf ot mauou Cau be lou ai in jttfiM uSiw, ber
suiUOJi! reward will Im kiteu. dSt M
FOR SA L E Morses and Vch Ules
Chile r thl head 3c pr ilha per laj.
JOR bALE CilfcAl'-iVVU UCHJU lUUVt'
JL work hurts. Culiwu itohrbaurh 4. Rauua. Uf
.. Math at. u U
FOR RE T Bouses.
Ihdcr this beau ic ir Una Wt day.
IOR RENT-LOVl'AUE OF THREE ROOMS,
. lart: cloxel aud pantry. No. 1)17 s. Malu. Apt
piy tu A. Uaaley. UI t. i wpka. ililu
WrOR KLM-C ROOM COTTAGE, CORNER
i-t abash aud Second. IhdUlruaV ifctatfvu oOca
ft FOR RENT-HOLSE NO. Ulo N. MARKET-
IHit ha cii:bl room, besiuca balL bath, oloaac aud
cci.ar, all lh good lplr. UOuU Uiju ahd ival huiua.
Apply at lio .. Lawrauca axa. d Ul-U
FOR RENT Rooms.
Lnder this head 2c per llcapar day.
IVoTt "REN! - MChLi" FURNISHED SOUTH'
and east f runt ruoui vr trout slltiui; ruoai and
couuecUue beu room, priTlli uf batu. Apply at
blj N. Market sU ore U
1' FoirilENl-NICELY PLRNIsUED ROOMSAT
ISO N Null l. Icatoa very reasonable. 13 W
170R RENT-STORE ROOM ailUl, AT IS5 WEST
JL Douiflaa uve. lnquira ol Baser. ltaOiyA Cth.
Uti North Market L utit,tf
1UKUENT-A ERY DESIRABLE
cd room, at alNorta upuria.
FOR RENTM iscclla neons.
Lhder thl haad lo par llh par day.
lOll RENT-WJ ACRES OF GOOD SllCOND
I bottom land JA miles northeast ot oltyt aikbty
acres broken and eighty in xueadow. Lash lent
prufurred. jet wulld rut to a rrspnlbie peruu
vu shares. CaUat4uN. lUertlcw ue. d)U
IORTlENTAr ANOMINALPRICK -Wl
JJ North fourth ave, two slots rooiua. auiu.bia
lor mthutactur, sior-ko orsturv. JhjJirat JW t.
Duujtus avu UA) 41
rro RENT-NORTH IlALl- OF BlALON BLOCK
JL hrit loottlliHi in tho city tir Whoicnala bust
bwin. Israel liroa. U liU
Under this ha'd Jo pr llha prrday.
LOR IKAOK LLk.UA.M KUull llUUfch.
JD elo. liiHle pryptru,very couehlna, t-.,
ulauu cHti U4lu. i,,io aha haidwuwU uahti, QtsV
hour HhlKtslinl iu laliMl, cellar uhur whul
house, men barn, wab 2iun. well (euced and ary
cuuvuiiiubciuiauoh. tuoitaa u.iwiruo (our ef
U I (Hit UL., UU bMk lUlvIMt. BUI a U.r
piaca. civar or heatiy su. AUdieaa tfltuiM' slxa ahd
locaiiuu ut prwpit, Lullmis. car Larrlr hit. I,
IOR TRADE IMPROVED. UNINCUMIIKRKIi
pmponj, ey desirable lotauou, at ainl
suatti irout. Ad by iii levt, u rvwiu iim, lr
barb, mwii tiulard. irull utr. U. Kimowis.
uir waik if um e-u(r of tty. hi trad utr miM
res.urfluu prtn, wUhsmaU lliiulhhfuh. aa
dlt?as 1 ruuer. Ea;le oClct. ots-U
Under thl La4 Ut par lib pr dsf.
jTTTIuan-mon ; v aT uiwfiir it atjm ti
I bwrs4M. saitla. friiltNt, huuxbasd guLc
crepi aad ail oads uf tarMf . it. V. UcwM. mi
IU .-oXH Ualh C tfU
OANS Ol. ALlTcLAHrtErt OF bECt'RrTY AT
JLi ratoabla rale; bwioiabls treaUaabt (Ivra
umi spc(4Ml mrttr, easa. 'Jb Hrtm Irasttyo
LHtrea ban bulkting. ii W
Zl.'TlTriMAX -Wt Ma KE SHORT fTMH
. Iau oa JiaWi and all cvud unil.
iMcktoldi a lloiotoca, 3ji heuif wiea blMJa.
TOSEY TO IJAN-WE WILL LOAN YOO
jjl. taurf on lent or Lorl tlm oa fain, or
iwpr(,alsu uu l.wrs, catU. (talh, Lixifhull
itKxli. eu. IkUUM a urper. am ahd AI &dwlc
1?URNITURE LOANS, CATTLK LOANS-MON
X y lo-aad ou aiiccat vrthii. by J. Y, Lud.
luu. ur MaSord' fc-rucary, crhar Ust ahd Hal.
t OKEY LOAEU "ON ' HORSE3. "BUOOI t1
jjL cw. pUau. tuuattold furbUura. ate. Not(
tnzl IX you itt a t shall aavuht uf t&e&
uiMtaiHac V,. l.Nsii. U,UJ rth iUU
MIS CELL A NEO US.
I'ttftr this ItA 3c par Hum par &a.f.
S noRTHAND AND TYPEWRITING T.M.& A.
tnOUtUig. N. J. VV atartatry, Prta. l&atnxihur,
STOt K OF DRUGS FOR SALE OR TRADC
Israa Biux U
StTloi exprewt leaves WlcblU aX Itfl
o'clock p. m. Tltrough alrlng mad
chair ear WtcblU Vo St. IxjuU, via Ml.
aouri Isclo railway. W7 U
A handsome tttbgraph mp of the oltJ J
thowim; al! the rtrerU and location of t3
public baddiufs, eta, for aal At tt
No cbanse 0t can e any kind betweo
Wlehka and St JWiH ua th "ler MW
curt I'acifce nhort Hpe." dW tf
ChichKD exprssa via tbe 5louri I'Acltla
railway, Jcavw WlebitA at tM a m. Cbi
exxxo next Dtorsia 8 o'ciook. HlQnrl
J'adflc railway. Kff ti
Ilea Taka Na
That th ekanee of Urn canl on th
Saata Fe Html ha brtn-xbt alut lb
folkf-wioj; pleaaant featarc for tb Wlob
iu trade, viz.
Wic&tta exprew I-avi for thfleaat as
BM a. m.; arrive at Topei 3 p. m. aarf
Kaaa City teSQ p. m., maklaK att ea&M.
tktv Tai train rsn aolid aad ba ia iu
equipzet w TrcUnlar efealr ear
Ckwapj'xpre tosve WtebiU Wijb,
and ha a through Palinuto from Cal?e
ton. Makea s tlopn at kcal tutiatu.
oonncttiair at New with the Tetbii
Caieao e.Tprea. arrtritt at Kast Clt
6 p. ra ana CkjfO h-Ut next moAnlnic.
T5P "- train ta& t ree rtdisla v''
ear to KasA City, Pollmaa obilr ar
Topeka. Atcsivsa and St. Joaepltt ald
pa.lasaa car ta Kaasar City. Sooth tumtiui
Tcxa exprwa leare as boer later. : p.
si Ta train baa a ifcrcttsa Pailaian r
Md lj crwteae tm Fart Vx aal 0aj.
veta. Tax Ftmaer Lafaramtlaa wlX hi".
Sim At L'aaao Ttc& CJ, ISO, ih
MaN sreet,ar UiaWn parcpr tUtttn.
aeratr DacftM asd Ftatn atinut. dtf