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3?.fae ISJicfriia gaily gaoje: m$i$ pioruiwg. gectxribzv 23, 1890.
Receipts of Livestock at the Union Stock
Tarda during: the past 48 hours 67
Cattle, 100 Hogs. Shipments, no
Cattle, no Hoes.
jj Thereoeipts of cattle were only fair.
Paiiyjood cattle ware in active demand, and
Three701" strong at Saturday's prices. A
Threannch of good butcher steers brought
fd&10. Cows and lieifers brought from
f 1.50 to (3.40. There was some Inquiry for
' stock cattle. More good butcher cattle
r would have found ready sale at fair prices.
The tone of tho cattle market was de
cidedly firm at the prices quoted.
WICHITA LIVE ST00K MABKET.
Wiciuta, Kan., Deo. 22.
The receipts of cattle were fair today. The
ieniand wan good ivnd the market Closed strong and
shade higher than Saturday.
NatlTo shipping steer, good tooxtrx 13 2534 00
Goto to extra native butcher steers, 1000
1500 lbs 2 1V-C3 00
Native feeding steers .. 2 Vi,1 75
Native etockers 1 "Ida .3
Choloe cows and heifers 1 25&2 50
Kelrtogod cows and h titer 1 2.V2.2 00
Hulls and stag 1 25el "5
Fat j canines 1 SO 50
Good yenrllngs 1 752 CO
Grass cows 1 '&! 50
tanners 1 00
Poorer grades and scailawags
Veal calve. rer head
Texas steers, good to extra 2 50rj2 75
Texas steers fair 2 VXjtf 45
'i'vxascows 1 25(41 75
The following are the representative sales of
catlia at tlte stock yoras toaay:
No. Description, Av'ite.
4 Butchers steers 1227
feeding steers its
II oo a.
The receipts of hogs were nominal to
day. There were but few Rood hogs on
sale. Buyers were active and took all the
hogs offered at from 5 to 10 cents advance
over Saturday's close. More good hogs
could have been sold, and buyers all con
ceded that prime hogs would have sold for
S3.23. Most of the hogs offered today were
bought by local packers at $3.003.15.
Common hogs brought $2.503.00. A few
pigs bold at 2.40. The market closed firm
at 6 to 10 cents higher than Saturday's
close, and everything sold.
The followlnc- are the representative tales of
lioffs at the ards lotlay:
.o Dock At. Trice. Vo Dock At. Trice.
8 .... 232 6 15 28 .... ICO 3(0
11 .... 13 1 SIO 6 100 2U) 2 7:.
2 .... 215 310 1 ... 210 2 50
5 4-1 :X5 3 (0 FIGS AND LIGHT!-.
4 bO 250 3(0 3 .... 140 2.7)
'.) .... 1SG SUJ 8 .... VJ) 2 40
15 feO 174 3 00
flood mutton fihoep, fiOa.100 58 60(36 00
Goodfetock cwev WfiSO 2 UTtA 50
Unoil Ntock well tin, 68o 3 (XV3 5(1
Good to extra lambs U)5 0
Hogs 5 to 10c higher.
Run of all kinds of stock light.
Al Nelson, of Salem, was at the yards
looking for stock cattle.
F. M. Richardson, Belle Plaine, had a
?oad of cattle on today's market.
Gallager drove iu a bunch of good cattlo
Dold bought about all tho hogs that
wcro sold today.
There was neither cattlo or hogs shipped
from the yards today.
VlchlU Uraln .Market.
Wichita. Knn., Dec 22.
Tho receipts of craln were fair today. No
Jhnnee was not''d In prices.
Following are the clotlng quotations:
GRAIN Car lots on track.
WHEAT No. 2 8,Sc No. 2 hard 77c. No. 370c. No.-
CORN No. 3 or bettor 4Sc. whlto 40c, new corn 46.
RYE No 3 or better fl)c,
RAY $7 007 Hi ier ton. In car lots.
GROUND CORN-Chop In car lots $1 103115 per
"Wichita Produce Market.
"Wichita. Kan. Dec. 22.
-Hlcht patent 12 CO. second patent 2 It).
extra fancy ti m
BUTTER Fancy creamerv 2Cc, choice creamery
22c, good creamer" 20c, finest dairy 17c, flno dairy 15c
Bstnairy i.e. nno oairy i.-xj.
with cases 21c Mrlctly
fresh, without cases 20c.
POULTRY Young chickens Jl yS.1 00 per doz.
hns2iOi2 40, ducks 2003t2 40. live turkeys 526c
APPLES -Per bbl, 3 0033 75, per bu. 51 (XVX1 50.
POTATOES CtHh. sacked, per Ira, 1 15. Minne
sota, sacked, perbu. fl 10. fancy Greely l SI
COAI Anthraclto 11 (U, Canon City , 00. Weir
Cltv 50. Frontcnac ft 50. Pittsburg U W. Illinois
57 00, McAllister 7 pa
ST. LouiR. Mo., Dec 22. OaTTLE Receipts
70d. shipments 200. Market steady. NatlTes steers
4 G045 20. stocVers and feeders 2 10o3 00. Tcxans and
Indians 2 3C8 VO. ROGS-RecelpUs 240U, shlp
ii, writs l (XXI. Market steady. Heavy 3 5038 W.
IBlxed S Kk3 50. bllEEP Ileceli'ts 500. shipments
tioue. Market steady. Good tocholco 4(Cu(o40.
KANtAf" CITT. Mo., Dc 22. CATTLE Receipts
U0. shipments 2ft'n. Market 10- blrhor. btwrs
t3 75(45(0. famy Chrlftjuas 5 (XV5 55, cown tl 75
03 50, stxx-kflrr and feeders 20008 25 HOCS-Ke-rplpts
62S0. shlpnients 1H 'arket 5c hither.
Closed weak. Bulk (J 30J3 50. all grades $3 (t..0.
BHEKP-RacolpIsM'. shlpmntsllia Ma k.tHAS15c
higher, oort to cli"1i e n 154 55, Iambi a 7014 55,
storkers aud feedt2 15f)S 25.
CniCJOO. Ill.,D'c 23. The Drovers' .Journal re
ports. CATTLE- Receipt 14.OT0. shlpironU .
Market steady. frteenc3CV(5). bt-ckers $1 71
2 25, native butchers' 11 1U260. rexuns f2 40S2S0.
li(tHS-Kfcllt 22.' (XX shipment 4500. !aiket
rnsli r. KouLh and common F3 2,g3 40, good mixed
'(450350. prime heavy and butt hers' 1-3 SftifS OH
lldht 8-. 4XAJ OJL SHLbl'-Kere pts 7.(Vi shipments
SOU. Market weak. Natives to 714 75, westerns
H b05 (W, 'lexans &225(3i4 2,V
MARKETS BY TELEGSAPE
New York Money.
Nkw Yonir. Pec. ?2.
Honey on call easy, ranging from 4J5 psr cent,
lkt lonu 4. cJosli.ir offoiod at 4 percent.
PilmBmercan.lli' pap r7l9.
Sterlinir exihanjro quiet nnd weaker at 14 79
for GO day bills ana (4 83X for demand.
Chicaso Grain and Produpe.
Chicago, Dec 22.
Wheat Acilve, but easier.
Corn Active and firm. JV- t, .j :."!("
Oats Active aud wiy, .
Pork-Dull atid weak. " -
Lard -t nil and about stoady.
Th leadlnic futures closid as lollowa;
WHEAT Decemlr S0?c. January KB"c May
CORN Dncembor 49c January WHc, May 61fc.
OATS-JJetrmber40c May iStc
POKK-Decemuer 17 W. Jaaosry t? 85. May
L RD-Decomlwr f5.m January Jo 90, May
SlGAR-Cut leaf ViVHc, granulattxl 6ic stand
ard a 6tc
( ash Quotations were a follows:
FLOUR Steady at s ltht concessions. Winter
lutrnt t4 7V25 00, sprlnc patent 4 654 7a bakers
13 .&24 30.
llKjT Na 2 casli 90Jc
PORK-Cah 17 50,
SHORT RIU-M to,
SHOULDEUS-Dry salted M 2534 SX
MiOHl LEAIt .-.wt.i-15 1 (5 .a
V H SKY-1 It.
akticlus. Receipts. fchlpmeuts.
Wheat 6I.0CO pQ.OU
t.rn H'l.UO SC.OJ0
"its R6.U00I ls2,oo
BUTTER-Easy. Creamery 4HI7c firsts 1&A2J.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas Citt, Dec 22.
The Dally Indicator reports.
FLOUR-XX ta.YIX TJc Tamlly 1105. choice
H 40 fancy 1 170, xtr raacr Jl J0l Si. pattnt i ia
WHEAT Lower No. 2 "hard cub ssc akd.
December Sic usVed. Na 2 red cash H3c asked.
CORN Dull and lower. No. 2 casa 46Hc bid.
sSjC atked. December 4.
uAT?-Steady. No. & cash 44c asked. Decern-Imi-c
i:Yi: Quiet. No. 'cash (SHc bhl.
RfTTEH-teady. Creamer- Slrtc dalrv 14520c
KGK6-WeV al Uc
-,,iAX5,eolJJ'- Fancy prairie ?, coodto chke
M 0.fi 00.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Ions, Dec. 22.
WHEAT-Lower. Csh 94j4vpecember 94c,
January 94fc, May sex
January tcjfc, air;
OAT& May 44c.
PORK-Weak $9 S7K.
LARD Weak at U 54
ATTOByEYS AT LAW.
J.R. nALT.OWKLL, J.E IIITME, fLL.Oono7
Halloioelf. Hume Gordon,
Rooms 503. 604. 535 KMzwlC- Bile Telephone No, 112.
THOMAS C. WILSON,
253 N Slain Street. Telephone No. 1L
VT. P. CAMrBKI.U .TAB. L. DrER.
CAMPBELL E DYER,
Attorneys at Law. Wichita, Kansas.
m. a Slum. W". e. 6taky.
SZ USS d3 STANLEY,
Attorney at Law, Wichita, Kbpsm
Harris, Harris Jb Vermillion,
Attorney at Law, m g Mala 8t- gcond floor.
P. A. RonnnAroH. W. H. Rattcs.
ROHRBA UGH C It A UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Btireau. Col
lections made anywhere In the United States and
Canada. No. 147 Ifaln SU Wichita. ICansaa.
E. B. JEWETT,
lawyer. Rooms 2. and 6 203 N. Main st., Wichita.
' nna. dlCU-tf
John W. Adams. O. w. Adams.
ADAMS tC ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway east or tht
Wichita National Brink. llG-tf
C. IF. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent. Rooms 1( and if
BltUng block, Wichita, Kansas
W. R. McPHERSON,
Architect. Room 13. No. SO North Main Street.
Wlohlta. Kausaa. m-tr
w. t. PROvrrtrooT. a. vr. biru.
PROUDFOOT & BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Office la Pech.
Abstracto Oonyefancer & Notary Public
a specially, wompiem aostracts
to any land In Sed;
or w st entrance.
ilatn street. New Court Houso.
first floor. Prompt service guaranteed.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Dleaes of the
Eje, Kar. Noe and Throat,
Catarrh and tltttngalas.es.
Office 127 N. Market street,
IuAfl &, Myers block.
II. Braiitlom, M D.
Kye. Ear and Cancer. No
money required until Cancer
Office 40iLast Douglas Avenue. OClce hours from
6 a. m. to 5 p. m. l&w
1I(. C. C. FUIILEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
S31 East Douglas Avo.
Telephone No. 116.
Adjoining tho Office.
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and chlldien's dUoasrsa spreclalty. Ilomu
'or Ladles dnrinj contlneinent Mrictly prlvr.t
Then so deflrod. Letters of Inquiry confidential
nd aasweied lmmedlatoly on receipt of t-niue.
Homo, 711 fiouth Ida ave Wichita. Kan. 14Vtf
eTyTm unsell, m. d.
Medfcr.I and punrlcal dis
eases of Eve, Ear, No;c, und
Tliro.'it. Removal of facial
and other blemishes; and fli
tlnk'pectncleF. Otllce and residence 1200
South Emporia. 64-tt
Eye, Ear, .Nom and Tliroat. Ufllcc 126 N Main
street, isldenct). il3 N Ijtwroace avenue. Oflico
hoars 9 to 12 a. in., and 2 to 5 p. m. U-ti
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Offlco hours 9 to 10 a. m 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. 9 to
10J0A. iu. Room lb. Fechhelmer Hulldlnc.
riSSUKE FISTULA and all dls-eriso of
the rertnm cured without the use of tho knife, Ilea
ture cnuMlcs or detention from business. No money
to bo paid until patient is cured.
Private DNeasos In both sexes speedily cured.
Call on or address .... ,...,
DR. .1. E. BENNETT,
HGtf oflico 113N Main SU Wichita.
. PHILLirs. S.E. THILLirS
PHILLIPS tC PHTLLIPS,
Graduates of tho Chicago Veterinary Colleee.
We aro prepared to do all kinds or veterinary
work, including Dentistry, Cnnlno and Cattlo
Pr.ictlcc. Hospital accommodations :or nil pationts
retiulrlnt special caro at 1 per dav. Persons wish
inir to purcUHJ-e n hor can t Ave It examined and a
tcrtincaleor MJiinaaew ivn iur w in rursjr wo
use Uie latest ili vie i Includlnir an oprt-atlns table.
Calls tiy telephone, telegraph or mull v 111 receive
prompt aueiuion oy osy or iiiKOU
OfTicc 114 North Iiwrence Avenue. Office tel"-
Shono No. 71. Residence CM N. Topeka avo. R,i-i-DLe
telephone So. 215. 120 tf
REAL ESTATE A GENTS
C A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WEIGHT & MILLEK,
Eeal Estate Dealers,
Buy andsell Real Estate on cumin flon, tollect
rents, have repairs made economically a.id remit
r'romptlv. CoiTesponoence i-ollclted. Now Is the
line to buy and lay the foundation font fortune
Reference: All parties for whom vp hae done
buslntss, here or elsewhere. iU7 North Jlatn
ttreet in Citlens' Bank Uulldtnir. Telephone, 220.
rREU W. ISIIAEI,
R, C. Israel
Iieal Estate and Eents.
To buy Wichita city property or Sedgwick county
land at present price means farce returns on your
money, Wichita, w 1th her stoct and other lndus
rreVlJut in her Infancy, and such barcains as wo
can now offer were never offered liefore. All bavin
business In our line are Invited to call or correspond.
The Wlohita interests or noii-resideiito propeny
aud faithfully cared for. Office tecond floor 125
North Market, Ibrael liuildlnf. ditf
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
Den'ist. 01Hcel44 N. Main over 'mitt Jt Mover's.
Vlinliied air administered. Resident Oa N. lo.
IK-ka a enue. Wichita, Kansas. 91-tf
D. W. SMITH,
Dentist. 117 North Main trret, one door south of
Flniay ton' Furniture House, wich.tu, Kan. stf
Full seta of teeth. .V f and IU
Gold Ulllnjrs, $1. ami up; Mlver,75c;
Extracrlnp w tn cocune, 50c Wo
CUanititee satlsf tction.
Uf I'Ainirtd utsuusu.
BOYD'S DENT J h ROOMS.
Die 1. . Bom. Dn. J. a. Hollenuekokr
IIS East Douclas Avenue. W?-U
The Photosrr apher. Pictures In all sixes and ylr
He also carries th flaw: assortment of picture
frames in the city. Give hlu a friendly call aid
SURETY ON BONDS.
Those w ho are required to sive bonds In positions
of tnikt. and who desire to avoid ik.In" friends ;o
become their sureties, or who may wUa to nlieve
fneuds from farther cbllpiUon? as hoadimea,
should app in person or br letter to
W.U. LiVlNGSfON. Ajent.
Mte Natl Br.V. Wichita, Kan.
Of the Atnerlcsn Surety CoapaaJ" of New York.
Papalete ea rpllcatlon. 15 tf
B. W. ELDRIDGE. M. C. CAMPBELL.
ELDBIDGE & CAMPBELL,
gpeclal Information by
Wire or Mall Free on Ap-
p 11 cation.
JOkx Bzbsz. Cwhler.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL. . . A 500,000
STOCKH ' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of euoy Bank la the Stats
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money by doinjr their
business throngh the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BANK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
Pa Mprp Positively Cured
V ' " No Knife Used.
Safety and Permanency Assured.
DO NOT DELAY a day if yon have
cancer. Write for testimonials and
information, or come to Wichita and
be examined by our Medical Director,
M. S. Rochelle. Address
The Wichita Remedy Co,
For reference of our work, write.30-yr
Missouri i-Acirir it. n.
Kansas City Express
Et. Louis Mall and Express...,
Kansas City Express ,
Wtnfleld and Kiowa Express-..,
Kiowa Mixed ,
WICHITA AND COLORADO,
Colorado Mall and Express
Colorado Mixod ,
,..! 7:10 A M 8:10 a M
...S.-lioPM I l:2n pm
..' "S) IM I 9:45 P M
,.i 9:25 P l ! 7:25 A M
.Jl(h35A 31 j 4:15 PM
..i C.25PM ! 7:40 AM
Depot Pecond and Wichita struts; ticket offlco 120
North JIaIn itreet. E. E. Bl.ECKt.EV.
Pasenjrw and Ticket Agent.
TJilE TABLE CHICAGO, HOCK ISLAND Ss KCJF
("Great Rock Island Route.")
In effect on aud after October 19. ITU.
I Aimivi: j i.i:vk
flOINO NOUIII AXI KAST.
No. 2 Colorado Sprlncs.
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 3 Kansas City. M. Louis
mid Chicago. Through
Mail and ex. dally
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago iilsht ex.
No. i'i Accommodation,
dully except Sunday-
No. 3Kantas city, St. Ixmls
and Chicago ex. dally
No. 1 KaiiMs City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mall
and ex. dally
No. 01 Accommodation, dally
11 Si AM
!.in p m
Klezant lecllnlnt: chair cars on all tr.ln. and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on nlcht trains. Tickets
0Ia and nagxngo cbecketl tliroucn to all points
north, south, eat-t and t
sold to all Euronea.li nolnts at lowest rate
lots at lowest rates.
ticket offlco 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
htreuU passencer station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone li'3.
C. A. Rrnirnronn. Ticket Asent.
Ixo. SrnAStlAN. G. T. & P. A Chicago, 111.
it. i wis A has i"n.xciPco i:. it.
I .uuuK I i.nvi:
No 1, Golns West, paBS (to I
Ellsworth) S25AMJ AM
No. 3. Goini; west, pas-seng'r;
istopsat Ilurrton) ' 4 45 pm' .fApm
No.-J.GoInsj Ist, paeiiR8r. 325 A Ml THO M
No.2, Uolus East, passenger, 10 5 P Ml HilOl'U
No,6,t5olns East i 220pm
'No.S.GolncWesttoBurrton, 3 top .Ml 30JPM
Trains marked thus run dnllv.
West bound twin. No. I. h.is Pullman car.
West bound train. No. 3, connect at Ilurrton for
Pueblo, New jiexlooand Southern California.
East bound. No. 4. is a solid train to St. Louis,
makes connections lor Ft. Smith. Little Rock and
Paris, 'I exas.
East bound. N'o. 2. nicht express to St. Louis, has
free reclining chr.ir car and Pullman sleeper.
No. 6, fa t eastern express has frco reel t nine chair
car. tourist sleeper, and Pullman sleeper to ht. l.ouls
No. 5, fRst western express, has through tourist
slcei r o Los AiiEelot and Pullman sleeper to El
P.ifo. Texas, and through to the City of Mexico with
City Union Ticket oflico. 122 North Main street
and union Depot, Douglas avenue.
u ! UITA a KS-rrnv it. it.
I AltUIVU I
Goln;: West, pass. (dally) j , 515pi
(Join? West, freicht I 1240PM
Going East, past j StOAJI
Goin-East, frelsht. I 1105am!
I nlon l irket otllce 122 North 31)n street, union
Passcnser Station corner Douglas tnd 5th avenues.
W. 1). ML'ititncK. D. I. A.
ATtmsoN. lorckA AsT fe it. h.
AttltlVL I I LWK
45 A 31
740A. M 745 AM
7 40AM 743 AM
4 fo r M stops here
NORTH AM) HAs-r.
No. 414 Kansas City prrs
No. lit. Chicago -estlbuled
No. 40s" illssouri Rlwr ex-
. ,sJ A, i
A Nil WLST.
No. 4C7 Oklahoma City and
No.stjT Caidwull and Pan-
No. 05 Ft. orth, Galves-
tou and 'I exas 01 press.
No. 41a Wichita Express
from Kansas City. .. ..
Trains marked thus . d.illy.
IQITIPMKT XOHTH ASD E.ST.
Train No. 414, Kansas City express, runs solid to
Kntisai City, has cha r car service.
Ti aln No. ft has thmucti Pullman from Gal ves
tonand corntcts at Newton nth so'In Teslibuted
express to Ch'&T-:o without chance, arriving thero
at -JO next morning.
Train No. 0b nae fre recllnln? cha'r car to Kan
sas City. Pullman to Kansas City, also to Topeka,
Atchison and .St. Joseph.
IQCIPMr.ST SOCT H ASD WIST.
Ti-In No 4l7, h.-v inillnian and cha.r cars.
Train Na 6 hs through I'ullman car to Ft.
"U orth and OalveU)n.
Train No. 41S has rvcllnlng chair car from Kansas
City and stops at Wichita.
City Union Ticket ofhee 122 North Mair Mreet.and
Union Passencer atutloa corner Douclas and 5th
avenues. W. D. MDKDOCK. D. P. A.
If you arc going to any point north or
east Ihj sure and take the Great Rock
Islam! train that leaves Wichita every day
at S55 a. m. and reaches Kansas City 5
o'clock the same day and Chicago early
the next morning. Remember the Rock
Island Ronte is the only line between
Wichita and Chicago on which you do not
have to change trains. Evening train
leaves Wichita at 9:53 p. m. City ticket
office 100 E. Douglas avenue, corner Main
street. C. A. RUTHERFORD,
111-tf Ticket Agt.
Take the Frisco fiver to St. Louis and
the east. It leaves Wichita at
225 p. m.
blanks for iale by
and all kind of legal
The Wichita Eagle,
dl tf Wichita, Kansas.
Fine Playing Cardis,
Send t- n (10) cents in stamps or coin to
John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago. Rock Lslandand Pacific
railway, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est. slickest pl.nyintr cards that ever clad-
dened the eyes and rippled along the fing
ers of the devotee to High-Five, Seven-Up.
Casino, Dutch, Euchre, Whist or any other
ancient or modem game, and get your
money's worta five times over. 10 tf
New Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacific railway Wichita to St. Loui
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. d53 tf
Three hours the quicket to St.
Missouri Pacific rsilway.
Backed by Powerful Inacencr.
The city of Aransas Harbor. T-xas. ts
backed by the railroad influences, also the
company to whom the congress of the
United States granted the exclusive rnrht
of obtaining deep water over the bar" at
Axaus P&A&- iS-Ht
St. Jjonls to Colorado Tlx "Wichita.
Commencing Sunday, July 18.1890, the
Missouri Paciiic railway will run through
sleeping cars from St.Xouis via Pleasant
HilC Rich Hill, ForLScott 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 goins to Colorado being
desirous of going via Wichita. The train
will stop hers two hours, giving alia
chance to view the "Peerless Princess" and
still land passengers in Colorado same
time as if they had none via Kansas City.
It also gives the citizens of Wichita sleep
ing car tervice 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 tmvelinc pnblic,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. New 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 bhort line to St, Louis or
City ticket office, 120 North Main street,
4t5-tf E. E. BLECKLET. P. & T. A.
Do not be deceived by speciously worded
advertisements of other lines. The Frisco
Limited is the fastest train to St. Louis by
more than one hour with incomparably
the finest equipment. No charges and no
delays at junction points. dll3-tf
Get your Christmas candies of Fletcher
only 10c a pound for stick candy and 8 1-Sc
a pound for mixed. Same goods others
charge 13 to 23c a pound for. d27-6t
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office.
Aderss the W ichituEAGLE, Wichita Kan.
Low Railroad Rate for the Holidays.
The Missomi Pacific railway greets all
its friends with a wish for the merriest
Christmas and the happiest New Year;
and takes pleasure in ottering greatly re
duced round trip rates to enable them to
visit their friends at any point on this
road, not over 200 miles distance. Tickets
are on sale Dec. 'J4, 25 and 31 and Jan. 1,
good to return until Jan. 5. For tickets
and all further information, apply to your
local ticket agent. 10 tf
Kansas Citv and Chicago leaves Wichita
8:10 a. m., arrives at Kansas City 5 o'clock
p. m., Chicago next morning at 8 o'clock.
Colorado express leaves Wichita at 5:33
p. m., arriving at Pueblo for breakfast and
Denver for dinner. Chair cars and Pull
man sleeping cars through to Denver, via
the Missouri Paciiic railway. 107 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 Hot
Springs to Santa Fe, tiie capital of New
Mexico, noted for its many t-cenic attrac
tions. Inquire of local agent of Santa Fe
route, 122 North Vain street, or union
passencer station, or addros G. T. Nichol
seu, G.P. & T. A., Topeka, Kansas, for
copy of New Mexico folder, just issued.
No change of cars of any kind between
Wichita and St. Louis via the "New Mis
ouri Pacific short line." d5S tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
Three Through Trains.
Two night, one morning, Kansas City to
Chicago. w The Santa Fe route. 43-tf
ExcurtilonK via the Santa Fe Rcutc
Semi-annual meetinc of Kansas' Traders'
association at Concordia. Kas., Nov. 22,
one and one-third fare on certificate plan.
Denver. Colo., Nov. II to 22, the general
assembly of the Knights of Labor, one and
one-third fare on certificate plan. Ottawa.
Kan., Nov. 2" to 29, Southeastern Teachers'
association, one and one-third fare on cer
tificate plan. W. D. Mup.dokk,
d 131 tf D. P. A, Wichita.
Note the Importance ofThN.
The Missouri Pacific railway is the only
line running three daily trains between
Wichita and Kansas Citv and Wichita and
St. Louis. Morning train leaves Wichita
at S:10 a. m.. arriving at Kansas City same
afternoon, Chicago next morning at 8
o'clock, and St. Louis 7:30 a. in. St. Louis
express leaves Wichita at 120 o'clock p. m.
with through Pullman sleeper and chair
car Wichita to St. Louis without chance.
Night express leaves Wichita at DM5 with
sleeper aud chair car through to Kansas
City and St. Louis. This train also con
nects at Yates Center with the through
express for Little Rock, Ark., and Mem
phis, Teiin., via Fort Smith, Ark. If you
are going east, west, north or south," re
member you will save time and money by
going via the Missouri Pacific railway. It
is the short line to all points east and wast,
St. Louis and Pueblo and Denver. For
information. Pullman reservations and
tickets to all parts of the globe, call at the
city ticket office, 120 North Main street, or
depot corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley,
W tf Passenger and Ticket Agt.
Take the Frisco Flyer at 2:25 p. m. to St.
Louis fair, it is the fastest train in and out
of this country as the time will show.
California and the North-west.
If you are going to California, Oregon,
Washington or any point in the north
west, be sure to leave your name with the
ticket agent of the Missouri Pacific rail
way who will book you for tne regular
weekly excursion via. the Missouri Pacific
railway and Denver and Rio Grande rail
way through the Graud canon of Colorado
and Salt Lake city. The Missouri Pacific
railway will run weekly excursions to Cal
ifornia ahd 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 wants
of acuch nd every pat-seniier. The Denver
and Rio Grande railway is now a broad
guape road and the Pullman tourist cars
run through without change. Remember
ti.e road and the time. Low fare aud the
best accommodations that can be given.
For further information call on orMidress,
E. E. Bleckley,
P. & T. A. Mo Pac. R'y..
dl tf 120 N. Main St.
Night express for Kansas City, St. Louis
and tho east leaves Wichita at 9:40 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullmau sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
Please Take Note
That the change of time card on the
Santa Fe Route has brought about the
following pleasant features for the Wich
ita trade, viz:
Wichita express leaves for the east at
S.-45 a. m.; arrives at Topeka 3 p. m. and
Kansas City 5:S0 p. m., making all connec
tions. This train runs solid and has in its
equipment a new reclinine chair car.
Cnicago express leaves Wichita 10 a. nx.
and has a through Pullman from Galves
ton. Makes no stops at local stations,
connecting at Newton with the vestibul'd
Cicago express; arriving at Kansas City
bam. and Chicago S0 next morning,
the 9 p.m. train has free reclining chair
car to Kan'sH!, City. Pullman chair car to
Topeka, Atchison and bt. 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 orth and Gal
veston, Tex. Further information will be
given at Union Ticket office, 122 North
Main street, or Union pasenger statioo.
cerner Douglas and Fisth avenues. d-7tf
Three trains daily in each direction
between Wichita and Kansas CitT, WJch
ita and St. Louie, via Missouri Pacific
railway. 2T tf
Truly a Modem Iaors.tion.
The Santa rVs Chicago vestiboled ex
press, which leaves Wichita at 19 a. m. ar
rives at Kansas City at 9 p. in : Chicago
next moraine S5a No chance of ay
clss from Newton. Free recif nine library
ibair crs. vestibuli coaches, Pf!na
palace sleeping aad diaiss cars. tft ,
When will people tarn that they can't
talk helpfally and e- tertalningly about
what they do not a lerstand, and that
they can't understand except through sym
Wtby and liking? Wrat pleasure in hear
ing people talk about their literary loves?
All the world loves i lover." But what
is more insipid than an account of a liter
If one is not to read from a sense of duty
to the author, or to tociety it remains to
ask whether one is cot to read from a Eense
of duty to one's self. No again. And many
times No. In the firsi place such reading
is not done with the understanding, but
with the conscience. There floats above
the pages of the unlucky volume a shim
mering, tantalizing veil of foreign interests
And then, one can't r.jnsember books read
from duty. Ah, mute confession of the
bookmark cr the lerf turned down! A
small boy doesn't for;;et how far he has
gone through the dincer whether he has
yet eaten pie or not. f cf instance though,
to be sure, he may feii;n forgetfulness, for
reasons well known fo himself. And in
the same way, one. who has read with an
appetite knows well how far he has read.
How often we hear the confession: "I
have read that book, but forgotten all
about it!" If there is rdded thestatement,
"and yet I liked it very much," you may
respectfully and silertly demur. For, if
there is forgetfulness when interest and
therefore attention is aroused, the sufferer
manifests a weakness of mind suggestive
' w- "-03w""'
of an asylum.
O. lake my word for it,
though it defy mythology: Memory and
T . . J X?J . , -r -i
Love are sister Muses. New lork Ledger.
Carious Presi!ts of StcoL
The finest grades cf razors are eo delicate j
that even the famous Damascus sword 1
blades cannot equal tLem in texture. It is
not generally known that the grain of a
- ?. , J t ... ... ". ..
Swedish razor is so sensitive that its gen-
cral direction is changed after a short
Ecrvice. v uen you ouy a hub razor 1110
-o?t, rincfr.-. ti, i,Trvn,. - nftlonntnF '
grain runs from the upper end of the ontcr,
point ma uiagonai oirection towara 110
handle. Constant StrappingWlll twist tho
Steel until tho grain nppoara to be sot
straight up and down. Subsequent uso
11 lm L nin nnn-nwl fwmtl,.. 1
will drag the gram outward from the edge,
so that after steady use for several months
tho fibre of the steel occupies a position ex-
octly the reverse of that which it did on
uiB uuj ui puruuiu.
The process also affects the temper of
the blade, and when tho grain sots from
the lower outer point toward tho back '
you have a razor which ainnot be kept iu 1
condition, even by the most conscientious
barber. But hero's another curious freak
that will take place in the samo tool: !
Leavo tho razor olono for a month or two, 1
nnd when you rake it up you will find that
the grain has nseumed its first position. I
Alii? UUiUUUU U(4 nj icLfuabvu uuuj. i-uw
steel is worn through to tho back. SL
It would seem that eixty years ago shnk
ing hands ''between pcrsoihs of different
sexes" was hardly proper, and that ten or
twenty years earlier it was considered high
ly indelicate. My authority is the follow
ing, copied from tho law reports for 182S:
Court of Arches, Nov. 10, 1S23. Divorce:
TT . :t TT l Ct T.l.
5.7", . "'" iiuMiU.-iaj
Nicholl, in giving judgment, said that
conduct highly blamahlo and distressing to
the reelings otn nuscana nea ocen proved,
but although thirty witnesses had been
examined no indecent familiarities had
been proved beyond a kiss. Tho shaking
of hands when they met was a practice
now so frequent between pcj-sons of differ
ent sexes, horrcver opinions might differ as
to ita delicacy, that no unfavorable infer
ence could bo deduced thence. Notes and
The Incnbntor Known to tho Kgyptlanfc
The artificial hatching of chickens is by
most persons thought to bo something new
under the sun, and tho result of tho bio
logical investigations and discoveries mode
by tho evolutionists. The fact is, as Con
sul General Cardwell, at Cairo, reports, tho
hatching of eggs by other than the natural
process wan known to the ancient Egyp
tians, and this process, handed down from
father to son, leaves our scientific processes
for the same purposo far in the rear. Thfl
extent of the business among ho Egyp
tians may be gathend from tho consul
general's statement that the even crop of
marketable chickens is 15,000,000 each sea
son. New Orleans Picayune.
Remedies for Nervous Troubles.
Musk, derived from two little sacs on the
belly of tho musk doer, is regarded as a
moat important raniedy for nervou3 trou
bles. It would ba mora r.csd were it not
that is so costly. In old time, though be
lief in the remedy is no longer entertained,
red ants were thought to be a powerful
cure for bruises and pains ia the limbs of
all Eorts. Sometimes they were boiled by
the quantity in a muslin bag and applied
to the parts affected; at other times a foot
or hand afflicted was thrust into tho ants'
hole and tho insects were allowed to chew
upon the member in order that they might
take away tho trouble. Washington Star.
Teacher Now, children, which state pro
ducts the most corn?
Teacher Wrong. Why do you say Ken
tucky? Pupil Kentucky produces the most ker
Doctor The fright that you have had,
madam, ba troubled the functions of the
heart, which has disturbed tho circulation
of the blood and caused your malady.
Patient And what Is it, doctor?
Doctor Five dollars, madam. Harper's
Th Autograph Hunter Foiled.
There is a certain younz professional
man who has a mania for securing auto
graphs and letters, if possible, of noted
persons. He had been informed that a
certain poet of world wide reputation, an
American, never irave his autograph. But
he made up his mind he was going to have
it without asking for it. He wrote a busi
ness like letter to the exclusive poet stat
ing that he desired a sketch of his life for
a work of a literary nature be was prepar
ing, and ask"i tio poet if he could Inform
tho writer where a reliable sketch could be
found. This, he thought, would be sure
to bring at least a line or two from the
famous writflr. Imagine bis chagrin, a
day or two later, at receiving in a jealcd
envelope a printed bfoyraphy, nnaccom
panied by even the scratch of a pen. To
cap the climax, even the envelope was ad
dressed by a typewriter. Albany Argus.
Ilsve Ton Ever Thoopht of Thl?
When a whl U in motion doea the top
move faster than the b-jttora? Ninepeop'e
out of ten would cry noan& at the mre
question, Beth the top and bottom of the
wheel must, ol necessity, it would si,L
moving forward at one And the same r: i.
e.f the spei at which the carriage l travel
ing. Not o, however, as a little reflection
would convince y o. The top Is xaovlac in
the direction of the wheel's nsotioa of
trans lation , while the 'xMoza U znovins ;
opposition to this sou j In other word
the top is moving forward '.a to uce di
-retiea in which the carnage i projrre
lag, while the bottccs i oorjjig backwar.1
brands ppcite cirrctidn. That k i
an is:acttiGUs ahjVfjraph ai a curia
:a ratiea show ti PT- P8. f tV
Bf-I in a confa.vd'fiHr. wlaiJe sptLi
m the lower part are daacb viffc.
O T --
THE FlWL COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied
will be charred.
SSTPayable Strictly in Advance.
No sdTsrtlseaents takes for leu than 10 cents.
Os line advertisements charged same rata as two
NO ADV1TRTI3KMENTS TAKEN TO RUN UN
Prices elven ut-der classified hearts la tht column
ppiicable only to local advertisements. No foretgii
advertisements taken at prlcs irtvnn.
Aniwers to advertlsrsneota sent la care of tht
Eaolk offioe should be called for within lOdavs
after taiertS&tu When adverus wish replys foi
warned 10 litem suunpea eavtiopea must or h-hl
nrtrr.ncfi to formr advertisements bhould civ.
. , .., ,.... a............ .... . f .w- J
I TRrtl.spment should be sent.
:oLey,0Kns!,', ror ttjT
' continued hy telephone.
iislblo for advertisements given or ui-
H'A NTED FEMALE HELP.
Lnder this head 2c per Una per day.
, -ttt-anted a good girl for
VV housework in mall family, a p
E. Owen. 1551 Folrvlew ave.
- WANTED-A GOOD GIRL IN A SMALL KAM
llj. Call at 1331 N Wlcfttta Pt.
" U ANTED-TWO OOOD OIKLS AT ONCE AT
the Exchange hotel. Stock yards. ajs
VVA.N1LrcoMPETE.vroiRL FOR dEN.
j V cral housework, small family: wages WA.
' Mrs A S Munson. 4J9 Waco ae. 30Jt
"wanted-a good girl to remember
i ' her father, brother or eentleman rrieud with
box of fine clears r pipe on Xmas. bouifhi of
1 Nickies. cor Doncias and Market. O) 3t
: Fanted agood gIrl forhouseworkT
j y wuer fe.S.KS1
llTANrED OIRL FOR UENERAL
il OL'b E-
work. colired or white. Mrs Winn, 1715 Unt
verslty ave. West side.
WANTED-A GOOD OIIU. TO COfiK AND
WAh only. Apply at No. 135 N" Market. 23 tf
WANTED-A GIRL AT 12i9 N. MARKET ST.
small family. 2s
VANTKD-A GOOD OIRL WHO IS A GOOD
11 cook. Appi at 21CF. Central ave. 20 tf
WANTED-A GOOD GII1L FOR
11 housework, .Xs N ' '1 opeka ave.
VTANTED- EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES.
it No others need apply llo-tton More, 'nit
SITU A TI ON S FEMALE.
Under this heud 1c per Una ptr day.
WANTED -AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN
1 V wishes a potdUon as houeeeper, cook or
laundress. Refarvncos exebauced. .Address Jlr.
Courtney smith, IU E. Third aL, Ncwtou. kmd.
YVJNTED-ASlTUATIONllYA YOUNG LADY
V to oo plain hcwini,' lor u privato family.
! a naa Miriencc Aaaress --, xcie .,.m.o.
DRESSMA KIN G.
ruder Uitnlieud 2i per line x:riUv.
Uaa ted mall help.
Llidt-r tins lurtd 7l per iliiu rduy.
WANTED-AT ONCE, A FIRSjT CLASb I1A1U
ber at the Hotel Metropole. None but a first
class mull need apply. 25 ti
Boohkcejers and Clerks.
WANTED-A GOOD LOY TO QUIT SMOKINO
clcarettes (a bad habit), but to rutneiiilxir his
fat fur with a box of Une clears or pipe on Christ
tuoa, UiUflil of Nlt-kltH. 'M A
M i seta t la n eons.
SITU A TIOA S-MALE.
lliuer this head 1l pr Hue per day.
I'ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED STE.NOORA-
pher and bookkeept row nine his orn tpe
urilernntlcipahluol dolncauy kind or nrL-cw.ss
ottUe work duirtMeiuplo)uieui all or patt ol .lay.
Rest or reference. Addicts 11., 61 r.. I'hlrd ittri-vu
"WANTED A JIAN OF EXPERIENCE IS OPEN
t lor engagement on Jn 1 us tratetlnc nin
man for boot hiiU utiot) or jrotcry ttnu. iddrewi
saiemau, ' tare of Eagle. Atf
'AN XrllT A SITUATIONHY A GENTLKilA.N
it with experience as aalesinan or bookkeeper
in a crocr More, (.an brine Mme trade. Jtrier
ence given. ddres K, 1'Al Douglas ate. 2t
M I seel la n eo us.
"WANTED-A GOOD STEADY MAN TO TAKE
1 1 cure or nor:
ored man preterrt
cure of horses and help about '.he huuset ewt-
preierroo. wait at j.x s tin
Calt at &. a Hydraulic or H(-
rn ot souuinesteru IIumocob College.
A GViA I ." ANTED.
I iioer lli.it lirud 2c ,! line per iluy.
A.MED-AT ONCE QLMb TO fcELL
Crams liosines and family Atlaa of tb
World. Mory of Jesus, by Lanon arrar. aud bcr
rapid aelilnc bcoxa. 1. Uricnton, general act,
liuichin.on, Kau. dll ivt
TTT ANTEDAGENTb-l.N ENKRY CITY. TOWN
TT and Tillage in (lie L I11U1 Mutt tejtept lu
tat of KiBtax to ul mbw.rlplKn. I'twlmaMers
(.an make ii.ot.uy No tapiuti leuucd. aupU
io;le tr. I ash ivnimkiotiB, iton l bemJ
b cetttiig up wut. AUUless iue .liiU. Lawle.
V KllllM. jiti H-u
I lidw tLi ljrd m. ix lifar irr iiy.
AMED-1E.S ruWUHKAl CUALMINE8
in Kansam 2otkfor bot-h 1 wuuiu.n cook
for hotel, tree p-, 2 dlu.btf ruBi boys in tL city;
2dlu-uc room fc-lrli. 4glri lrb.UK;wo.k,cuodpy.
tlZ iob; & jeuwt men to mu ,-orja. cu muua am
nvsgehi Un 1 the clrst H a yuQag man eaa
procure if be is iookisc tor prouwuoc Mvb or
women. If you ar lotiie fur emytoyuirut. torwuea
my agency k. the phu :c u. prucuje it. ror putlov
lars. inclose Wrests in st m ps aud audrcM J H Ken
wurtny. opptrlte Cary hoiej. iu 4t
II A N TED3IISCELLA MZO US
TVANTED-TWO Sfc.C4iNDHAND CARPETb
II -l b cheap. lnWrs at ill Idtav. W.
W CUfk. d at"
AM KDAIU1 XEN'TO CALL UPON NICKi,BS
durtAif tb ks4iUr.
WAMtu-FlKsTlL 3TABa LOAKDKKS
t t ai A-4 fc. Ttwru t
Wa7liT-4W jamii rr.-LADV owjffjio
II Mr haa4 euw wW4saeartw(iudrci
to bord. caeatr. wwM rovea p&reatU. Jtf V
AM EDA (UMI'LTKNT LADY br MID-
dle C Ut TTptWt&t a wjtcriasai (. itmtt
VereAnl. ivel 4Haad canty irtfmtm&. A.
W'AMfcD-A SMAI.L UAKN K RtIUHU
I Uutt - be -nr4 telw a W. t'.tJt
ft-Hfl U tjUAre; st tv m gool ssnttnl am
theapfbreu. AjHy tj a svii.c drv? v
Ui wna 1 rlpUuirfl prtt tobve&asoeu. 35 a
Millwood are. 3 1
UAMtl COMPETEVT TE"00AI'MBra
and Ubc.k-?pr wo re yMzn. to
t4y at lr !. 1 A(sCkSi j4 tsvcras
r tttmi mat e fr u. 1 f & n. C4
r . .Nebraska. )sMMet -J TeiAA, t M
tn(ni IKUtrwr Ct.'C le . , ZU
UAMtb-Bl'15v Mf.N HO ARE I
oe-df tMgrp3rfrru sUau to c
Mt Nuotn. lauisuMi d tK&rztvtm"
jMMCMst HtkutJl c at ( iMMtt cm tbdti
hcm coOvgc V ,ttui twaa. W saoju. a
our yymimu . MMirwi;W7 tmnstvUxtA. U
.etrii3H0T-rs. Ki Ztat. 1 t refcrett-
C. ll tV2&tbul tXJLTSZ. 31 U
nfiSUD-AOOulj si.CU.SD IlAXD PIAJM.
r ait u sri c d cp. ac- wk
rv.e. J I O.ChJc U.U t . a 1
W ANftD -ot IU HKULMHK.K 1UJLT
1 1 IUru U lliryr? v te t r real tat li.
a . a&d if yve mi ))( M Ut fett A tt
) CSoca am Uf- JU'af L1 1 tt2u.
vt ycr ?rojrty t zb. U jw il to ma -t
jsm. t :- '. si v.
A.tTti-59HADwf HOHsia To 1jaKD
l uuit(mu la U. fciy. Zu N Law.
W ATED-70 prBCHAiE POB aPOT C4
II afMAOtt nrJUit-l; tvt!r rc
i rAbrjtf.tBtftmil tfc. to 4iiw
-it u.lV MC MMt to. Z. 3. L
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AJtrLD-A list or diJUP nczwtc
, B. it ,
TEE PEOPLE'S COLim
Your Wants Supplied,
"WANTED-CLERKS. BOOK KEEPERS. STEN-
T otrr-ip'iers and telegraph orerators, or othea
persons who wish to becomo thoroughly competent
In the aboTe brancbe. to call at tho touthwt-steni
Business collect, corner DoucU and Topeka ave
nues. Wichita. Ksui. 43tf
"WANTED-LADIES AND OENTLKMEN TO
attend the Night School at the ssjnujwjj-j
Business Collefe. Shorthand, bookkecpln?, pen
manthlp and arithmetic thoroughly taught. Call or
tend for circular. dltotf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Under this head 2c pr line per lr.
"Jj'OR SALE NICKLEij ENTIRE STOCK OP
t' clears and pipes la guaaUtlcs to suit, for holt
day presents. 3 St
I?Oll SAIX-A LOT Or SECOND UAND
. butcher tools. Bosch X Grorer, XU Nor i Main.
FOR f-ale-DEEDi MORTUAOS AND A.L
kinds of legal blanks, blank receipt books, note
books, etc, at the Wichita : vels o3U-. unlers by
mail promptly attended to, dtuvtt
IT'OR SALE-llO HOUSES. WE HAVE ONE
hundred head of horses and marrs. rangin: la
se from 3io5 years old. end a number of mules
for sale. Also two Norman and two UMtnhletontan
millions, t'or further InformiOlan. call on G.M.
Dickson, room l.aSN. Main L. Wichita Kan.
-T70R ?ALE OR EXCUANGE-ELEGANT MOD
Jj ern home, nine rooHiii,5 feet east front ou N.
lwrencoavecosifituu: aiso jui irei rront au-
inine. aii clear. iun.ttvr pruiucutp proyervr
esteracuy. Jw it. Koya. icniu, luin.
TPOR SALE-ONK GARLAND BASE RURNEll
J? stoe, fine board and Russian pipe, all In rood
condition. Call al Room L. lilUfug blouk. J16-tt
one No 1 variety m.wi oca No 1 xrolt saw.
r.g-An A- Co's make, only used six weeks; una tUte
and counter bf.. 16 Inch swing. 16 foot Led. AU
drcsa the 5tewart Iron xrks, Wichita. Kan, n fit
ritlVKSTY-FIVn CENTS A itUNDRBD AT
JL tbts oGJv, oid tp"isaiutio lor pcwin: a
ttng under carpets, etc. dU tt
"ThmT S A LE-CA LE ROOKS, sTioltTTlANn
J. writers' not books, blank -ecsipts, and not
books and !e."al Waks of every luL Mall urdert
promptly atiendnl to. Call oa or apuri th Wlca
tuljig". Wit.hlta. Kan. HJ-tf
TFoliT.VLl-A HAND50JIE LITHDORAPll
J mat of Iheiityof Wichita; gives same of lrwtV
publio butldlnk. collexvs. park, etc-, slif Hzl5 on
Ihien paper. t-re i crau each: S Itrl0cnt.-3J
ccata a dozen. AUdrsa Uie WicUiU Eagta, WlcUlU,
T 0T-A HHOOD bOW. WEIGHS AUOUT 22S
1 i pounds, color blac. with few white spot; when
last eeu no had a rope on one bind log. 1 ho finder
Hill L liberally rewarded tor returutng tb hot; or
letting me know where she U. L. Nnl. oppostia
Kxchange building, Wlohlta, Kan. Public telephone
LOhT-UUTW KEN 3S MAIN AND DOUOLAH
ave.. a cbatlta brt with blaok bnlt, vonUln
liig purM aud other arttdc. TiBder pleaa leave at
Mil office. 3U 3
T OST-ACllA.NCF.OFA LIFE TlMETir" ToU
JJ rail to sea Nicies' stock ot plp and cigars
for tho bolldnys. 'Mil
I OaT-OS IAWRENOE AVE BETWEEN LIN-
J j -oln and Harry st, a package containing cap
for boy ami other small article bought at Motion,
store und lu their wrapping paper. Aildrnw or r
turn to E A Uoodln at Kagla oOlca. Will pay flndrr
tor trouble. t U
L" "oiT-HED IRISH SETTER VUh ANhWHKS
to the namo ot Tip, Return to Geo. (lain
mann at the E.igla ooice. tUl if
Under tkl head "At r line p day.
"IOUND-A POCKET ROOK CONTAtNINU
,1? Mime money wm loft at 51unhaehrs jewelry
btorts. Ownerranharo by describing sama. tin St
TVbiFND-rnrrPLACE to-iYu y kaTiikics
X pipe and clgats. NlCklea'.Sll L Douelas ate,
Under this head 2c per Una per day.
FOR SALE Hones and Vehicles
l nder this bead to par tale par day.
tOR "" SALE Oil Ka V- rWO GOOD" HE A VT
I? workhcrnes. tail on RoLrbaoU A llauth. UI
N. Main st. ditt
FOR REST Bouses.
I mler Una head 2u pr Una er day.
C-cOUKKNT-CllhAH, .NINE-ROOM UUlJs)
II nearly new and tloa In. NoOW b Lawreuca
CF FOirRENT-AT4 JAMES bT, A 4-ROOJ.
p'l f uruisbetl housa, f 5 par mouth. a) C
sfBIFOR UKNT-A PART OR ALL OK AN
W'-i room dwtlllug housa. cornar of Market and
u-.L. A A Uleuu. U W Har.st St. My
tiftFOR RENT-FOLR ROOM HOUSE NO.! N,
Kit joiwka. tull.tJX. iliV t
kw'Otl RE.VT-N1CE5.ROOM Con'AGE; ALL
ffl" modern improvement; In a dealrabla Ioca
Lwii, lii'jutm at oltlia of lluunall. Eno it to, or of
Vv C Uoni, MJuLawiaucaava. 3U0
I-flit HtST-A ROOM (OIT1UE. CORNKil
If Wub-sh and b.oud. Inaulra at lleacoa oSlea
ir FOR RENT-llOL'HF. NO. Hl it. MARKET
i lu tflght routtln, tx-kld'a hall. bath. cloMita and
iwiar, ail iu good rapatr. Uoud baU aud tul Loua,
Apply at 13U.. Laraiia uve. d Hl-U
FOR RENT Rooms.
Lntlrr Ihht nwl J par )inavr da.
ii,u ntvTv.-u-i.-iA' virii viuiikii riidVF
ri.mi with li. ilocul Lvnl acnvenicuL ilj
I, "OK It-NT-Ml K ROOMb WITH OR WITH.
A. out board, al 10 b. I UUU U XV
jUiri.fc.vr-NIC'LY"fui.JMi HCXMS AT
JJ ui j. ,lIn M ital i vary reasonable, tMi tX
i.Tlt REN r-Mt-iLY PUKNIMIktrKOOM. AT
JL iitl N Nalu U ltal very rrawouatrta. li 12
l.-OIt'ltlLNT-STOHK ROOM 2fuH. AT m Wf
JL Douglas ave. Ibuuira ol baaf. ItatJetya. Co.,
ui .North Jlrkat tt. Ott-Mt
'.. UKMlAi-i VERY DBIMA11L rt-KJSWii
JL? u iww, al JU fcortu Ewpoila. '!.
I OR RENT Miscellaneous.
K Hster U.l b"ul X pat M rt .
1 1 O ?.KNT-OKTM UALK OF llKACO HLOCS
X bl looatton la lha My lor vfetaaia bul
Xih lra4 lrt. d ll-U
Under this had au par Hum pr 4r.
uuit tkade-ijau woktm up qy;H-
Jfj ware to trada for Ilia not,. L K ., Uar
u vlUe. M BT
CBd'r tbil ta4 U af Uba pr day.
OM.V IO LOAX l AM -IMTM Of 1U Al
Mtiw.ni t.u tM.A is ac-a. aaarts.
MOHtKHu iwiriawra. piano mua a. 1 klada of swr
rtj. at tewA raias. V Mtuta Loalt C, (VClfi l,ff
sjoua.S.Uou.l s. rtf
I oao. all tLAtK.or'iKxniTY at
JLj rt-asoaWi ralr; faouoraassj UsiHjt flirt
.1. tiln ifry Ita ilUcoia IrtiHto,
liUKin t Ms ustUstMig. litSU
usr.y to lua-w mask short nun
.- . 4-i-tLi nl mil tiimr1's
,Hcrr t- hmiH. Jv, rH(. Uh;
OJ4KY lO IXAX-WE WILL LOAK TO;
.!. unary an Mg Mt aoort Wa a 1 no or sMy
,wy rl, aw oMf. uwj i:ra-u, imsiMai
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t as. w l . Jsa . vvtM ra ja
I aster uu ii m ua - Ly.
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in Dvasgiat. Vt e, A;., uj kuM ao4
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We hare for Mle at this o-tott a tctiooal
map of what la vn u Uta Cttrske
otttiet, together wtth m mp t liufUn Ur
ulory, (jJjmb -ad all Um liiftn ri-r-mumn
x27, oti paper Ji, prruL-1 oa
tloU VtAfi. tt&M
A linnd-orse llthojcntpb xnp of ts dtT,"
owitif all Lk trrrt aoI Utm.Ueu of tJ
tjwMM. botdlsc. ciav, for tl at thU
LhUutyo exysren Tia tht HUoti pAoiC3
railw-y. leave W'irUa at fi:i5 a as. ChV
rp rxl -Mtraie: ft o'chafc. yttumui
triic tSmj. m tt
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