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lit Slitltita lailij agl: f dtlag Homitts,. Idarjcfe 20, 1891.
Hceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stocte
Yards during1 the past 24 hours: 150
Cattle, 1,689 Hogs. Shipments; 114
Cattle; 460 Hogs, 38 Horses.
The ran of cattle today was good. The
offerings consisted of a mixed lot of cattle,
and the quality was varied, mostly com
mon and medium, with a fair sprinkling
of fairly good stuff. The market is un
changed, both as to prices and demand.
Good cattle sell quickly at strong prices,
common and medium were thought by
some sellers to be lower, but the majority
held that tbey were steady. All classes of
stock sold readily, and always at fair
prices. The market closed active, strong
on good stuffs, steady on common and
medium, and all cattle sold.
WIOfllTA LIVE ST00K MARKET.
"Wichita, Kan, March 19.
The receipts of cattle were good today. There
Is no change in the market and the close was ac
tive and strong on good stock.
Native shlpiiine steers, good to extra $4 0044 75
Good to extra nntive butcher steers, 1CKXX3
3 2524 TO
3 0U&3 75
Native fcedlnc Bteers
Choice cows and nelfers
FAlrto good tows and heifers
Bulls and stags
Fat yearling steers
Good yearling; steers......
... 1 50(33 00
... 3 003 75
... 3 753 03
.. 1 2532 20
. 2 76o 00
.. 3 ZVJ2 75
,.. 1 25Bl M
.. sOai io
Poorer grades and scallawags.
Veal calves. Der head 4 06 00
Texas steers, cood to extra 3 6034 25
Texas steers, fair 2 S&33 00
Texas cows 3 0J&3 00
REPRESENTATIVE SAI ES.
The follow-In? are the representative sales of cat
tle at tnestocs yams toaay:
1 Shipping eteer..
IS But her steers...
3 B tcher steers. .
3 Butcher steer....
1 Butchers steer...
1 nefer ,
1 Heifer ,
1 Htlfer 810
1 Hcll.i- 710
9 Cowt. mil liclferx 573
5 Bteers and.heifers 41U
2 r&Hei 4S0
1 Ve.il calf 133
1 Fmg 850
1 ftee 1370
1 Bull , 1110
I Bull 120
1 Canner 'J30
The receipts of hogs today were fair.
The market opened active and 2 to 5
cents higher, and during the early part of
the day all offerings sold at this advance.
In the afternoon most of the sales were
made at about the prices that were made
yesterday, and the close was only about
steady at 'such prices. The quality of of
ferings today was about the same as yes
terday, while the demand for packing hogs
Is larger than the supply. Tops brought
63.90 today; bulk 3.703.S5. Good light
hogs sold 5 cents higher, with a strong de
mand all day. The market closed about
steady at yesterday's prices.
The following are th representative sales of
hogs at the j a: today:
Io Dork At. Price Jo Dock At. Trln
48 40 iSO 3H) 73 M) ISO 3 75
Gi 43 191 31t0 46 .... 1S3 8 75
5 .... 324 aw 63 .... 165 3 65
;i 240 2S8 3S7W J'IGS AND l.lQlnS.
7!) 210 19J 3 85 6 .... Ill 8 00
4.7 240 249 SS5 14 .... 12.'. 2 90
SG 40 199 85 12 .... 132 3 00
78 .... 195 3 85 35 .... 115 3 U5
CI 100 193 S82K 5 .... 12S 3 05
77 80 207 8 0lI 0 .... 110 3 0)
23 80 1SS 3 80 19 .... 115 3 00
43 160 178 30 0 .... 10.i 2 Si
33 .... 173 3SJ 34 .... 1(14 2 75
4! 80 Iff) 3 SO 31 .... 102 2 '.'J
20 OX) 219 3 80 21 .... 112 2 75
43 80 176 ifi) 15 40 121 2 90
82 40 191 3 77J-S 32 40 106 2 b5
9J (0 1LJ 3 75
Good stock sheep, 801CO
dood Htock ewes. 70kit?0
....12 Ittoh 00
.... 2 :m.i so
Good to extra wethers 753 Sj.
! WXvsS (W
Good to extra lambs 4 105 5J
Hogs opened 2 to 5 cents higher, but
lobt the udvauce and closed only about
All classes of cattlesold well today.
Fort Worth shipped two double decks of
hogs, Dallas one, Houston two loads of
stock, Hanks two cars of cattle and E. D.
Warner a car of horses to New York.
H. P. Childs, superintendent of the
Kansas City yards, was a visitor today.
Fred McCoy, of the Grm of McCoy & Un
derwood, went home to Kansas City sick
with the grip.
Hog buyers today were: Dold 323, Whit
taker 639, Fort Worth 402, H. V. & Co. 100,
J. P. Co. 40.
The following shippers had stock on the
Chas. Streator, Caldwell, hogs.
,T. B. Kell, Peck, hogs and cattle.
H. Mills, .Newton, hogs.
, C. M. Elliott, Sterling, hogs.
D. Winn, Udall, hogs.
H. B. Craig, Grenola, hogs.
Brown & Sweet, Fall ltiver, hogs.
Kilgore & Kirkwood, Bluff, cattle and
J. J. Donchoe, Winfield, hogs.
II. H. Walker, Walton, hogs.
W. D. Taylor, Lyons, hogs.
D. M. Hutchison, Haverhill, hog3.
J. Miller, Viola, cattle and hogs.
R. R. Boon, South Haven, cattle and
H. H. Beals, Sharon, hogs.
Sherburn & Summerville, Oxford, hogs.
L. M. Beebe, Norwich, cattle and hogs.
Philo Hunter, Elbing, hogs.
D. B. Jones, Hesston, hogs and cattle.
M. C. Fullinwider, Braiuerd, hogs.
LIVE STOCK MAKKET.
St. Louis. Mo, March 19 -CATTLE Receipts
I7l!0, shipment 400. Market active and strong, --teer
ti CCU5 iO: stoctcre und feedert. 2 71W1 OJ
Texans and lndlhn 3 2C3 5X HOGS Receipts
67U0. shipments 1500. Market higher. Heavy. Jl 00
U4 1S. mixed. tS7l4 to. SHEEP-BecelpU 40u,
ehipmenta iMX Market strong. Good to choice
4 4CKi6 5a
Kansas Citt. March l'.-CATTLE Receipts
J220. shipment 16!C Market steady, bteers 3 55
Cj 55. cowi $2 75a 00. s-tocWers and feeders
I 0034 00. HOQs-Hecelpta 7340, shipment 2910.
Mnrtet strong Balk S ba3 So. ail grade io a33 95.
bHEtP Receipt 240. shlpmenu 6sd, Market trong.
Good to choice 4 Ui(S-AI.
CHICAGO. I1U. March 1?. CATTLE Receipts
IIOOj. shipments 4VC Market fairly active, iteadv.
fcteers pr'me $6 00: common to choice (4 2ag5 S5,
hicfers 2ftJ4 SO. cows 2 isM W; canueis 1 402 20,
Etockers 2 6"(i4 10. HOG-Receipts 40.000: uhlp
mentii 18,000. Market active to higher. Rough and
common 3 SV3 Si mixed and packing 4 UK34 05,
yrtme heavy and lutrher.' weights 4 10i4 15,
ltght4 00Q.. 15. bHELP- Receipts .Wk shipments
is 00. Market active ahd tMdy. Natives 4 X&
6 tO, westerns 5 Cfckio 75, 1 ciaui 4 o&05 15.
Kansas City Produce.
EjiNbas Crrr. March IS.
The Dally Indicator repo.ts:
FLOUR-XX C5c. XXX 75c family Jl C5, choice
Jl 40. fancy i Ssi S5.
WHEAT Qmtu No 2 hard casn and March
g bid. No 3 rM cash &V: bid.
CORN-Stronger. No. 2 cash Kc i,d. 7c
ned. ilarch S'HSVic.
OA r eaier No 2 cash 47Jc bid. 4Sc asked,
KYE-QuleL No 2 cah and March SOc bid.
BUlER-htoudy. Creamery 23032c, dairy 1E
2lr. rolls 15222c, rtorepacked ?Ci2c,
PfiGS Finn and active at 14c
BAT Kino. Fancy prairie ll 00.
Wichita Prodace Market.
"Wichita, Kan March 19.
FLOTJRHIght patant $3 45, second patent $215,
xtra fancy 2 U5. . .
BDTTEK Fancy creamery S6a choloa creamery
32c, common dairy 10912KC, good creamery 20a,
finest dairy ITe. fine dairy 15c
POULTRY Roosters 1 502 00. hens 25Oa300,
ducks J2 W2 40. live turkeys 67c per ponnd.
POTATOES-r-Mlnnesota. sacked, per bu. 1 20.
fancy Greely 1 80. Early Ohio 1 75f 85.
COAL Anthracite ll 00, Canon City 8 00. Weir
City M60. Frontenac $( 60. Pittsburg 14 53. llllnola
$7 OT, McAllister 17 00.
Wichita Grain Market.
WrcniTA, Kan., March IX
Grain receipts were smaller?. Wheat advanced
Following are the closing quotaf'ons:
GRAIN Car lota on track.
WHEAT-No. 2 M57c No. 2 hard 75c, Nft 3 7'jC.
No. 4 72c
CORN No 3 cr better. 46c, white 46c, new corn 46c.
RYE No 3 or better. 60c
HAY $6 50 7 oi per ton in car lots,
GROUND CORN-Chop In car lots fl 0031 10 per
MABKETS BY TELEGBAPE
New York Money.
New York, March 19.
Money on call easy ranging from ZfeQS, last
loan 3. closed offered at a per cent.
Prime mercantile paper 637.
Sterling exchange Quiet and steady at 14 UH for
sixty day bills and 14 SSfi for demand.
Chicago Grain and Prodace.
Chicaqo, March 18.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
WHEAT March 93, May 1 0H. July 93J.
CORN March 63c. May 64Kc, July 62&C.
OATS May ffiJic. June 52Hc. July 48Jic
PORK-JIarch III 20. May 11 40, July HI 77H.
LARD-lIarch 632. May G 50. July J6 75.
SUGAR Cut loaf 7M7Mc granulated 6Jac stand
ard A 6?o.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR DulL Winter patents 4 5035 00. spring
patents 54 504 90,bakers 13 S0&3 75,
W RE AT No 2 ca6h 83.
TIMOTHY tl 281 23.
SHORT RIBS-I5 305 40.
DRY SALT SHOULDERS M 234 SO.
SHORT CLEAR bIDES-JS 60ffl5 65.
article?. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat 44.000 43,000
Corn 15S.CO0 107.000
Oats 136.000 1M.0C0
BUTTER Easier. Extra creamery 2930c
extra firsts 2328c, flrau 2d23c, extra dlry26 23c,
extra firsts 20323c, firsts lG&lSc.
St, Louts Produce.
St. Loois, March 19.
WHEAT-Firm. Cash 1 OOal Oltfc May 1 01Jc
asked. July 91ilc, August 'J2$ rld.
CORN Steady. Cash 5c, May 69X35ic. July
OATS-Firm. Cash 51Jc, May 53c bid.
POR'-Steady. Ill 2aU dm.
LARD-Qulet, $6 OX
ATTOBjfEYS AT LAW.
AUornev at Lnw, Money to loan,
W. B. GLOVER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
All Legal business given prompt and careful at-
tention. Citlrens Bank Building, Wichita. Kan:
MOJRItIS C MOOD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office No, 17 North Main Street. Room 1 and 2.
Telephone No. 127. dGS-lra
J.R. Ha m owcll. j. E. Hujir, H. L. Gordon
Ilalloivell, JTvme & Gordon,
Rooms 503. 601. 505 Pedgwlck 151k. Telephone No. 112.
THOMAS C. WILSON,
153 N Main Street. Telephone No.lL
H. C. SLUS8. W. E. STANLE V.
SL ITSS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law. Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 1U S. Jloin St., Second floor.
ROHBBAUGH C BATJCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietor of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections marie anywhere In the United States and
Canada. No. 147 Main St.. Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Rooms 2. 4 and 6 203 N
Main St., Wichita.
ADAMS tV AJDAJIS,
Attorney ntLaw. om.ee. first stairway cast of the
Wichita National Bank. HG-tf
(With A. D. Mallory
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Publics
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land In feedgw lck county. Office, just at right
of wet entrance. Main street. New Court House,
first lloor. Prompt bervice guaranteed. Telephone
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
nentlst. Ofllco 144 N. Main over Smith & Storor's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence 626 N. To
peku tuenue. Wichita. Laneas. Sl-tf
X). W. SMITH,
Dentist. 117 North Main Streot, one door south of
Flnlay foss' Furniture House. Wichita. Kan. OStf
Full sets of teeth, $5. IS, and 110
Gold HUlngs, 11. and up: SllTer, 75c;
Exir.icMng w'th cocalno, 60c. Wo
BOYD'S DEXTJ L ROOMS,
Dn. 'l'. F, BOTl). Dn. .1 . KOLLENBEBOER
113 East Douglas Avenue. lC3-tf
M. PniLLiP3. S. E. Phillips
BHJBLIPS cf; PHILLIPS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College.
Hospital accommodation. Calls by Telephone.
Telecraph or Matl will receivo prompt attention
day or night.
Office No. 114 N, L.iwrence ave. Ofnce telephone
No. 71. Residence 630 N. Topeka ave. Residence
telephone No.215. dCU-tf-w47-tf
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
K, C lbKAEI,
Eeal Estate and Rents,
To buy V Ichlta city property or Sedgwick conntj
land at present prices means large returns on your
money. Wichita, with her tock and other indus
tries. Is Just in her infancy, and such bargains as we
can now offer were cevr offered before. All having
bu!nes in our lino are Invited to call or correspond!
The Wichita Interests of non-residents properly
and faithfully cared for. Office second floor la
North Market. Urael Building.
A. IT. SICKXER,
Teacher of Music.
Thoro gh instruction. Pup Is recitals given weeklv
All pupils are tendei ed free ne of an extensive and
carefully selected music library.
w. . rRocvrooB. o. w. ita.
PBOUDFOOT & BIRD,
Architects, aid Supciteuadents. Offlca la rch.
FISSURE KlsTrLA r.d -11 d:ie. of
the rectum cured without the use of the knife, liga
ture. cautic? or detent Ion rrom business. No money
to t paid until patient Is rami.
Private DSw?aes in both sexes speedily cared.
Call on or address
DR. J. F, BEN.NETT.
r.tu offlc Ii3 N ilain St- Wichita.
B. W. ELDRIDGE. JL C. CAMPBELL.
ELDB1DGE & CAMPBELL,
Pnedal information by
Wire or Mall Free on Ap
J. O. DATmsoy. Pres. H. a COOLIDGZ, V.P.
John Dekst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL. , .
Largest Fi4f1?b Capital cf any But la the Statu
DE. J. . SHULTS.
tion, Diseases of the
Skin, Blood, Heart,
and Liver, Bowels
and Urinary Organs,
Private Diseases, fits
and Lost Powers in
te. either sex, Piles, Tu
mors, Diseases of
Women an d all
Bo is also a success
Patients treated at a distance and medi
cine sent to all parts of the country. Bend
a stamp for question blank.
Office, 150 North Main St., "Wichita, Kas.
SURETY ON BONDS.
Those who are required to give bonds in positions
of trust, and who desire to avoid asking friends to
become their sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bondsmen
should apply in person or by letter to
W. H. LIVINGSTON. Agent.
State Nat'l Bank, Wichita. Kan.
Of the American Surety Company of Now York
Pamphlets on application. 16 tf
The Photographer. Pictures In all plzes and strlc
He alo carries the finest assortment of picture
frames In the city, lilvo him a friendly tail and
J No Knife Used.
Safety and Permanency Assured.
Do not delay a day If yon have cancer. Write for
testimonial-, nnci Information, or come to Wichita
nd be examined by our Medical Dii ector, 31. S. Ho
chelle. Address THE WICHI l'A RE3IEDY CO.
For reference of ourwork, write. doO-lyr
E. JS. HAMILTON, M. D.
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat.
jj Catarrh and flttlng glasses.
OOlce 127 N. Market street,
Israel & Myers block.
DR. MARY GAGE DAY.
25 and 36 Zimmerly block. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m.
H. Brandom, M D
Eye. Ear and Cancer. No
money required until Cancer
Office 4011 East Douglas Avenue. Office hour from
6a. m. to 5 p.m. d&w
General Jledicine. Surgery and Socialist on the
Rye, tar. Nose and 'lliroat. Office 126 N Main
street, l evidence. 613 N Laurence intnue. Office
hours 9 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 5 p. m. VAi
E. Y. MTTNSELL, M. D.
Medical and nrclcal dis
eases of Eye, Ear. Noe, and
Throat. Removal of facial
and other blemishes and fit
OfUce and residence. 1200
South Emporia. 64-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Tomale and children's dlseasesVi sprecialty. Home
'or Ladies during confinement. Strictly private
ivhea so delred. Letter of Inquiry confidential
nd answered Immediately on receipt of same
Horn. Til South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. lij-tf
1 DM. C. C. FUR LEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
HI East Douglas Ave.
Telephone No. 11C
Adjoining the Office.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY,
Office hours 9 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday, 9 to
10-SO.a. m. 117 North Main street.
Note Chance of Time.
Commencing Sunday, Oct. 5th, the Mis
souri Pacific 1'ast Mail and Express will
leave Wichita at 120 o'clock p. m., arriving
at St. Louis next morning at 7 o'clock.
Chicago EzDress will leave atS:10a.m.,
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 carp
through to St. Louis without change.
Eomothlng that Suits.
An early train, always on time, which
waits for nothing, stops at all points, and
runs fast between stations, is what suits
e very bod v.
Santa te route new express running be
tween Wichita and Kansas City is that
kind of a train; people set their watches
Leavs Wichita at S:45 a. m. and arrives
in Kansas Citv at 5:30 p. m.
W. D. MCUDOCK. D. P. A.,
66 tf Wichita, Kan.
Night express for Kansas City. St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita at 9:45 p. ru.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacificrail way. 107tf
A handsome lithograph map of the city
showinc all the streets and location of th
public ouildinirs, etc, for sale at thi
Take the Frico
Flyer to Sr. Louis and the east,
Wichita at 1:35 p. m. daily.
Literature of the Wet.
Call at the Santa Fe ticket office. 122 N.
Main street, for descriptive books con
cerning Colorado, New Mexico, Califor
nia, Oregon, Washington, the Dakotas,
Wyoming and Utah- In addition to sup
plying those anticipating a trip west with
this information parties may also learn to
their advantage by calling "at the Santa
Fe office before purchasing tickets, or ad
dress the undersigned.
W. D. Murdoch,
122 North Main st.
IStf. Wichita, Kan.
STRANGE SOUTHERN BIRDS.
But Hopkiofl Describes Sonte Iteafatens !
the Virginia Backwoods.
"Dicln' yo' never hyar Tioat elpen
streehersT asked Sam Hopkins the other
Sam is a little colored chap that runs
errands and makes himself generally
useful about an uptown hotel. He hails
from Charlottesville, Va., and what Sam
doesn't know abont the Virginia woods
isn't worth knowing. Sam may trifle
with the truth sometimes, but hn puts
on snoh an air of injured innocence when
any of his statements are doubted that
yon are almost forced to believe him.
"Never hyard'boufc elpenstretaherST'
he again reyeateti. "Wlrj, they're the
enriusest birds In all Virginny. "What
they'a like? "Why, bless yo' stars, they
ain't liko nothin' in these hyar parts.
Yo' kin only find 'em in the swamps back
o' Charl'tsville, in the spring time, too.
"Whar they is in the summer? They
ain't nowhar. They's jess frogs an' liz
ards. Well, when yo' want fur to shoot
elpenstrechers yo' takes your gun an'
goes out in the swamp at night. Yo'
see they burrows in the ground day
times an' comes out at night to feed.
"They's bigger'n a quail, an' most as
big as a 'en. Ain't got no feathers
only long bristles, like a porkypine.
They's as black as yo' hat, too, an' looks
like a young rooster with his feathers all
pulled out. Good to eat? Yes, siree.
Mos' as good as 'possum. Yo' has to be
mighty keerful, too, for if a elpen
strecher sticks yo' with one o' them ar
quills you's a dead man, sartain sure. In
the summer time they changes into liz
ards an' froga. They's jess the bigges'
frogs you ever see, too.
"An' yo' never hyard o' soras neither?
Well, sakes alive! Why, me an' ray
Cousin Bill killed mos' a thousand of
'em in one night. Soras is jess like black
birds, only smaller.
"All yo' has to do is to go in the woods
with a pitchwood light an' a long pole.
I jess went out one night with a light
an' pole, an' Bill he held a big bag. Jess
as fas' as I'd knock 'em off the limb
they'd fall in Bill's bag. But they's
common all over Virginny.
"Then they's the gingas cutus, big
ger'n a nelephant, and the whangtdoodle
bird that ilies aroun' nights and carries
off pigs and cattle. An' say, mister,
they's got a green bug down there mos'
a foot high, an'
"Hoi' on, sah! That ain't half they's
got down there." Then, as I had turned
to leave, after expressing my incredulity,
Sam remarked, with an air of injured
"Well, ef it doan' jess beat me. These
hyar Yankees won' b'lieve nuthin 'less
they sees 'em." New York Herald.
A Conductor's Suavity.
A Pennsylvania railroad conductor on
one of the limited trains between New
York and "Washington the other night
entered the first coach, found it crowd
ed, and in one of the front seats npon
the left was a young man. He was well,
even elegantly, dressed. In his hand he
held a French novel. Upon his small
and ordinary countenance there sat the
haughty look of reserve of the imitation
When the conductor entered and called
for the tickets this youthful person af
fected to be so absorbed in his book that
the conductor passed him by, calling
first npon the rest of the passengers,
even going clear through th3 train be
fore he returned to disturb the haughty
reader. "When the conductor came back
the young person still refused to pay any
attention. The conductor waited a mo
ment and then called out rather sharply
for his ticket.
The youthful and now thoroughly
contemptuous person, noticing that the
man, whom he called the guard of the
train, had addressed him with some
brusqueness, which he translated into
rudeness, took his ticket and, without
looking at the conductor, threw it upon
the floor. The graduate of the Pennsyl
vania school of manners was fully equal
to this unusual situation. He showed
no temper, no excitement, nor any lack
of repose. With the calm gravity of a
man who is sure of himself he stooped to
the floor, punched the fallen ticket the
requisite number of times with great
gravity, and then quietly laid it back
upon the floor where it had been dropped
and walked calmly on amid the roars of
the entire car. T. C. Crawford in New
How Flaying Marbles Are Made.
Nearly all the common marbles which
drag down the pockets of our boys are
made in Oberstein, Germany. They are
made from the refuse of the agate and
stone quarries in that neighborhood.
The stone is broken into small cubes by
blows of a light hammer. These small
blocks of stons are thrown by the shovel
ful into the "hopper" of a small mill,
formed of a bed of stone, having its sur
face grooved with concentrated fuirows;
above these is the "runner," which i3
made of hard wood having a level face
on its lower surface. The upper block
is made to revolve rapidly, water being
delivered upon the grooves of the bed
stone where the marbles are being
rounded. It takes about fifteen minutes
to finish a bushel of good marbles ready
for "snapping." One mill will turn out
170,000 marbles per week. The very
hardest "crackers," as the boys call
them, are made by a slower process,
somewhat analogous, however, to the
other. New York Telegram.
JL Mad Kace,
Mr3. Drubbins (who has been reading
of the performances of a somnambulist)
The paper says that last night a man
jumped out of a window to the roof of
another house, and ran along that till
he came to a church roof, when he leaped
to that and climbed up the steeple.
Mr. Drubbins How long had they
been married? Good News,
Joseph Jefferson is not only an admir
able aotcr, but he is a painter of ranch
more than ordinary skill and power. The
work that he has performed in either de
partment would have been sufficient to
have secured for him more than common
"If a man pulls up mandrake," says
an old time writer, "he will surely die
soon thereafter. In common prudence
it is best to tie a dog to the plant, and
thus escape the evil thyself. "
Kossuth usually finishes the day -with
a game of billiards, and, though he is 9
years old, he plays with a steady hand
smi uscallv wins.
.! n f r.. 1 n J
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlau
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
The f olIoTrin rates under the different headings
rill be chargeq.
SS" Pay able Strictly In Advance.
No adrertlMmenta taken for less than 10 cents.
One line advertisement charged same rate as two
NO ADVKRTISEMENTS TAKEN "TO RUN UN
Prices ven under clastiSed heads In this column
applicable only to local advertisements. No foreign
advertisements taken nt prices given.
Answers to advertisements t-ent in care of tht
Eaql.'H ofllco should be called for within 10 days
after insertion. When advertisers wish rtplys for
warded to them stamped envelopes mnst be sent.
Reference to former adrenlsomente should give
description ana daze of Insertion or copy of the ad
vertisement should te sent.
Not responsible for advertisements circa or dis
WANTED FEMA LE HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework at 203 E. Thirteenth st. dlOo-Tt
TITANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
'I housework. Apply at 1123 N 'XopoWa nve. or
523 E Douglas. dl0a-6t
W'ANTED-GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK:
no washing. Cll at noon or after 6 at 1213 S
WANTED-COOK. AT WICHITA HOSPITAL.
South Fourth ave. Apply to matron at the
WANTED-A GOOD COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework at 3U3 S Lawrence ave.
" porla ave.
GOOD COOK AT 1313 N. K1I
Geo. L. Pratt. dlW-tf
"WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work, while preferred, wage $3 a week and
washwoman. No. 1.03 N. Waco ave. dl04-4i
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY A COMPETENT
colored girl or woman for general house
work. None without references need apply. Call
at S37 S Seneca St.. West Side. dl 6
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply to Mrs. A, C. Jobes. 1112 North
Market st. Reference required. dl(K tf
TUANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
V housewrok. Apply at 433 South Topeka.
117 aNTED-QIKL TO DO GENERAL
VV work, tall at 11E1 Noith Lawrence. Call
from 2 to 4 o'clock.
FOR GE2ERAL HOUsE-
it woik, no washing.
Apply at ;4t.Nortb lo
WANTED A COMPETENT KUHSE GIKL
(white). Apply at 715 N. Lawrence.
WANTED-AT ONCE AN APPRENTICE AT
ilrs. L E Breckon, Fletcher building, ltoom
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED DKES6 GOODS
salesman Nonu other need apply. Bo.-um
Situations Wanted Female.
Liiuur this head 1c per Hue per day.
M isctlla t ico us.
WANTED MALE HELP.
LuJor this head -c per liuu pel day.
bookkeepers and Clerks.
and book-kiuuers who desire uo&itlons. to
apply at the National Accountant's und stenosraph-
rado. Nebraska, Missouri and lexas, ut the fcouth
tv estcrn lsualuess College, lchlta, Kan. ') tf
ANTED-BUSINESSMEN WHO ARE IN
netd of htenographers or accountants to call
at the National Accountant's and btenu(;rapher's
Bureau. Blanch otllce at the bouthutsicrn 11ml
nes College, W:chlta, Kan. We UMiuliy huo on
our application list tborougnly lompetent book
keepers and stenoirapherb, vtltu flratclass refeieu
cl&. lielplurnlhhtdireuof cliarge. "Jlt
Sittiations Wanted Male.
I nuei this head lc per lluo per day.
Inder linn bead 2c per line per day.
AGENTS WANTED FOR LIFE OF GENERAL
bherinanby W. F. Johnson and llujor Gen
eral O. O. Howard. Our scent a making 1U to
f 3a per week. Send S5 cents for i .ospectus aud can
vassing outfit. Address ilrs. L. S. carter. Room 17,
vn E Doughis ave. dlOl Ct
X nder this head c ver line per day.
WANTED MI SCELLANEO US
X17 ANTED-PARTNER TO ENGAGE IN A
VV large retail dry goods business In Wichita.
Blackwelder A: Holbrook. dlffa
Y7ANTED-TO BUY FOR PART CASH. BAL
t atico real estate, a stock of merchandise. H.
J. Mueller, Anthony, Kan. dlOMl
WANTED-A GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO. OR
good organ, also a cheap drivln? cart. na e
cash buj er. Roberts A: Myers. No. 157 -S Main L
WANTED-HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND
IT ah kinds of fecond-hand goods. Gatkln &.
Jacques, bis L Douglas ae.
XnTED A GOOD DRIVING HORSE i OR
5 oars old, musibeMiund and gentle. In
quire of K.T. Allen. Zimmerly block. dIJ3 tt
-ANTED-I WANT TO TRADE REAL Es
tate for equity in a gooa residence in tne city
of Wichita, Kan. I will not trade for nrojxjrty that
teased for au mat it la wonn. 1 wont prop
fits prent vatae. Address JUL, care of
arty at Its preant vaiae.
Eajle offlce. dlOl 6
W ANTED-I WANT TO BUY OR TRADE FOR
a good six or eight room residence In the city
ot Wichita, Kan' Mnst be u e.l located and In good
condition, wiib plenty of ground; perfer It on Use
of street cars, ACaress BUD, care of Eagle oClce.
-TTTANTED-TO BUY A
SMALL HORSE OR A
TT larg slled pony, mnst be gentle o
can drive. Give pr.ee wanted and description.
must be rasonahle for cah. Addret H D J, carts
loc box 10). dhU C
T ANTED TO SKLL A GOOD SECOND-HAND
V fire-proof safe, cheap. J. S, Qarriwra. H)l
ChScasoave, yt est hide.
WANTED-LCCO POUNDS CHICKEN FEATH
ers. LUX) pound doc, feathers. 1,000 poond
geese feathers, aiso fifty tons of snacks. Call on or
address tbn: Kansas sprlaj Bed company, Ui and
Ho Vt est Doug.A3, West aide, W-U
"WONTED-CLERKS. BOOK KEF.rF.RS. STEN-
T opraphers and teegraph creratow, or othej
persons who wih to Leceme thoroughly competent
in the above branches. u call at the trtuthwettcru
Business college, corner Douglu tiid Topeka av
sea. Wichita, Kan. ti if
TTTANTED-GOSOLINE STOVES. SEWING
l machines and organs Win buy them or
rcralr tbrm at a rcaos3ie price. Gaskls U Jac
(js!. Sis E. Docjlai av. dhM-CV
TT--&.VTED-STOCK TO PUT IN PASTURE
i for the fcmmer. Pleat r of grast and water.
For farther information calf os or address L L,
Ktrrec LI Dorado. Bailer coccty, Eas. diOt-iK
-lYTANTED-PARTNER IN HARDWARE BCSJ
T? nes. G cod location. For jarticaiara es'33:
of pcjlmatter. Haves, Kas. W .ir.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Vacr IhU head ic pr lite pr txj.
-17OR SALE-GOOD OROCERT EC5INESS, ES
X tablfshed 5 years- htock win lavolc- atoct
t OQ. Karra,a for cash treyer Owsrs going Sa
lh Jobhlr-z bu?ir:tn- Address, P. U. Box Cj,
GreensBcrg. Kin CXA-iX.
EOR SALE CIDEP. VINEGAR, WARRANTED
atricUy pai, 3 csu per ralloa. R. E. La
resce, corser ila'e aad Seaca ks. d5-a
I?OR SALE-CHEAP. A TWO-STORY 5TOS
X bctineM hocv is AagTUta. Kas, wlU tax part
is trade. Bex , Asgasta. Eax
XOK SALE OR TEADER ACRES OT GOOD
JD fxrsais- laid Is Bstler cwaty. with a good
FOR SALE HOTEL A BARGAIN. S KOOU
hoans, best in UQtarie. rcraitara for ,.
Ucas toae, payafeJe ta ustrt- AppJy Utiack lsz
gratOctfcrie.ofc. farina. dS5-l
-TJV)B SALE x2M TXET ON .Ol"TH SIDE
J exteadizz frocs ottf titvei to tLe ttr. ro&J
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
R SALE 7 ROOM 2 STORY HOUSE HAS A
nice mantle sd irraie. cood cellar. 40 feet ot
ground, all f encrd, cood neighborhood, only S5Cl
house alone cost J133U three years aso. This is a
snap. Call at once. Israel Bros. Real estate. ES N
iiarxet. Principals meaning Dusiness pleasa cal-.
T?OR SALE-35 ACRES FINE BOTTOH LAND
-a about two miles from Douglas avenue brJdce,
SlJOft 1500 cash balance oa time. Urasl Bros. IS N
arLet. dltS tf
R SALE-W ACRES ON LAWRENCE AVE
nue.JlROoish. IarsaUJns. E5 N iiarvt St.
XKR SALE-FINE HOME ON NORTH SIDE
A GSx2) feet, good nine rooms. iSTlo iTCO cash,
balance about tvro years 6 per cent interest. Israel
Bros. 125 N ilarket st. dlOl tf
"!OR SALE OR TRADE-FOR RESIDENCE.
X improved farm. Enquire 21 W Dousiaa. tutf
FOR hALE-CHEAP. LUilRER YARD FOR
cah or on loair time, or will exchaajre for
cood unincumbered farm land In thti Arkansas
valley. Sea or address J. Beach. aKeat, .Vayey
Center. Kan. d tl-JS.4v j
1?OR SALE-THREE (3) BOWLING ALLEYS.
. Address J W Clayton. 213 E Doujlas vc. W Ich
ita. Kan. 3 tf
FOR SALE-CHKAP-ALL THE BUILDINGS,
pile bottoms, feacr. eic at the Carey lumber
yard, law Eist Doc;ias ave. Ht!
FOR SALE-TIMOTHY SEED. HOME GROWN
LS0 per bushel, 2a cents per sack. Address A
U.Forney, Bell Plalne. T6 SU
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED AT
this ofiice, old papers sultubl. lor pac.inc pct
tlnc under carpeu. etc. 1U; U
IOR SALE NEWSPAPER AN OLD ESTAB
lished l.epubllcan newspaper aad Job office la
one ol the best towns in the state; one which has
held Its own during all the bard umes. Govd Us:
and good run of job or. It U a flpt cUs coun
try o3ce- 1 he publisher and owner desires to en
cage in other business. Icr iern.s, etc, kdiiress v.
& l unaer uiuzens uini. s icnlla. Kau. .'j:
IJOR Sale DEED.1, MORTGAGES. AND AuL
. Vtnds of legal blanks, blank rece.pt books, nota
books, etx, as. the Wichlti tlc uthi-e. Uitlrr by
u.ml promptly attended to. uli-t;
Cndcr thlshePdSc per line per day.
CpOR TRADE-WILL TRADE. A tOSlOK
-L brick store aau email dwelling house, U In.
side ptopetty. lor farm land in sedg-.cU eouuty.
V 111 assume a email mcumurajii-e. Adurerol&N
Topeka avenue. 56 tf
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Lnder this head 2c per line pr day.
l. nder this head 2c per line per day.
i FOR RENT CHEAP, NINE-ROOM HOUSE.
Itii. nearly now, close in. tXiCd.LAvrencee.
fFOR RENT A (.000 LARGE UOLsE ONE
pi"!, biock from Douglto are. Cheap. Lull ut 2U
.n. Mam st. uloi-tf
FOR RENT-A GOOD T ROOM HOU&E I
ft-'L miles from Douglas uvenuu tvitb una acre
ui ground in good conait.on for gardening, luquiro
at oU N Law rence. '1 erms (cry easy. uliM u
rfNyFOR RENT-A FURNlaH D liOUSsh OF a
'' room, wish to reserve two rooms. Call at
4jo itherview avenue. dlu2 C
MFOR RENT-HOUSE No. 1130 N. LAWRENCE
ae 1(J roaiut, uulh, gas, electric bell. 01c
se freshly painted, good stable aud barn. Ap
ply to Dr. J . E. J euuings, Lti N Mam st. Ait tt
?.$ FOR RENT-GOOD TEN-ROOM HOU&E.
"I. heated by lurmiLC. Apply John W. Walters,
o uud i. r eihheituer blovk, " lcnita. (Ttf
FOR RENT Rooms.
Luder this head '-C per llneper day.
JOR RENT NliWL"Y"FlG&HED ROOjialN
J- new house, witti all the modern convenieucce,
with gas, hot und cold water anil usu of bath nxim.
lwobiockslrom Douglas avenue. No. 31ys. I.uv
rciice aAeuue. dlUt
J?OR RENT-rUKNlSHED ROOMS SINGLE OR
: en suite, with or wlthuut boaid at tL! North
nOR RENT-A VERY DESIRABLE FURNISH
ed room ot Mi N Emporia. J.lt
FOR REN TMiscella u tons.
Luder this hfeud 2c par Hue per day.
FOR'RENT Pa'STURE OF 16JAti
leg the city. 1'leuty of spring watt
osT-A ksioini"'ri3iPEAR4r" chxitmset
v Ith white stone on 0110 side, a liberal re
ward will be given lor same If letumed to A. T.
Buckeridge ut Kansas 1'ump Co, llti a Lawrence,
LOST-A MONOGRAM OF THE LETTERS R.
11. D. rinder will please leao sameatKale
oilice ana get reward. d'J tl
LOST-A PIN WITH THREE ENAMEL PAN
klca ana pearl center uu goid bar. i luder wUl
pleasu Ieae H at this othti. 'M If
Under this head Jc per lllio perdy.
OTKAVED OR STOLEN FROM IN FRONT OF
fjt. tbe City Stables-, about 3 o'clock Wednesday, a
dark roan mure, wlm white hied foot, six jeaiw uid.
had on saddle anubiidle. Finuer wlil piea itave
at City Stables und gel reward. W. 11. Gaunt
Stocen-sunday night, march is. irom
tho (.hurcn at Uuail. L.a.11 , an Iron grey hcree.
white lu lace, s-pltnt on each furu kg inside btlow
the knee; 0,-1 e loie-fooi aud both hind feet white.
hind leet liiCdnid to turn out when moving, snort
inane, part m son one tide and part on tho other,
will wejgu about 1.1UJ pouud. 154 hands high, welt
built. Liberal reward lor i.orso or i.uy Informa
tion. F. M. Atumou, Ldali, Kaa. dllK-41
Under this head 2c per line per day.
rruKtN up-os the inn inst, a young
1 Jeny cow. fawn color, win ca.ve num. no
marks or brands observaolc and about 4 years old.
Ow uer can have the sace by catling l l'J N l.Ci
poria and paying for this advertisement and keep
ing. Harry u.Ash. tll!U f
ART AND MUSIC.
RASS BAND INSTRUCTIONS. CALL ON OH
uudrtkS J . 11. llobbu, 2j1 .i. Topeka at e.
RS. S T. HENDUICKSOS. TEACHER OF
plai-o, organ and guitar, 4 N, Market.
G1 L1TAR AND BANJO LESSONK LADY
r teacher. b)c per lesson, 2j lettoaa 5-i caII or
audres ? sLmporla. RS C
TTiVrcLL ngTteacher of voIce' and
A. plano.22 N Emporia IS rr
Under this htd2c perlin per;y.
t O.NEY-JIONEY TtT LOAN" ON WAfCHES
AJL aiamonds. jtwejr &sd mutlcal instrutJieus.
at 140 N. Maiu. J- P. VVjicox. Mai-astr. &T, M.
MONEY TO LO-N IN AMOUNTS OK 13 AND
upward on hones, caula, r&aW, crop,
tousetoid turalture, puao and alt k:&d of secur
ity, at lowest rates. VN lchlta Lfes tu, roost 1 over
stave National Bant ZttS
1 ONEY TO LOAN-WE WILL LOANYOU
JjJl. mc-v-y on locg or Lon time oa fartus or city
noperty, also ca Lorses. cattle, grain, LosMbU
goc3s, ebc r.oa a Harper. A) atul All btvlgvrlc
T7LP.NITURE LOANS. CATTLE LOANS-MON-JC
ey icaatdonalmcueTei-ythlBr by J. F. L4
,ass. over staSord grvtery. uoracr itr.t at,d litit.
MONEY LOANED ON HORSES. BUGOItA
cews pianos, h&ah&;d Xcratlare. etc. N6U
hocght. If )oa want a tmait amount of mc
&e aad te us. W. X. Unit e. CotiU irth HxU.
MI SCELLANEO US.
t'edir this ttad 2e pr Us nr dy.
ELOCUTION AND ORATORY-THE SPRING
traj cf the -cto of t.tcatloa a&d Oratory
wul opo Mxrcs 5&th asd will a Jaa id. Ne-
CiAAte iriU be form"! in etocctios aad catthB
Ics. The lattrr branch wfll & sader th cr vi
Mr. Looie McEeo. a ac,TB5iUad"ciistt.etili."'
A rara opportoalty for slie aad ycisr iadjjr 10
le.ra ea aad zrc e of taovesieal tfc Terr peltry
Of taotwa --witoa extra ceil A oai for vsjs
frots s to 14 years w'.i be luna! if octai-ioa A
asasd Ob redtAUoa pr dsy for tt term IZ
All isterested are rpctfs. It rttserted to -
vrite the prlaapal Oeorr W. Boat Y M C A xkS
laj. N E Scatrssr tctoai ceas Jcae Ha. t k
JttiyL ili3 1
MISS NETIL FROM NEW YOP.K CITY LaTE
ly coitected is Stta with Xn. T E.
Caaiabers. tcihr.Ulhe patroaaj: cf tadiet trltMsjr
drf3iaiin; Acae. A rrf ect t aid atUf Mtici
fSaraateed. RtiOZ-i.b. ;ricea. ISUtr btoi.
rlatt iiSt f
P OTOGRAOPHEBS ATTENTION-A FIRStI
ciats rtech'r -i.1 Tumcn jor srauf 3J
crs.ii f or tjt. Addreu BtKKieher. S b ij?n.
ae WlcJutA. Eas, dBs f
klahoka map-a pocset AP or THE
I&dlaa imruart zaiM,z ts Cinsi tzrii
a&d Ox.ahs.. 1th all tie :. dtaa jaadt. eaKaic.
sal,cs. tsrs. rUiar-i a ury rerrijaoa, Je
d.ta rerril. a&a 1i&mTtA. aio SS xu aej.
-c cf r tJr"S. " ijtMtn, ti "Aftera ttrA
diirrfaotf Otlaheata Oar .tT04 ;. c.
contj sciet asap: h if S ynitncrM. Ti
irtl xkS sunt reffljur' tfXp rrr MUjJUrJ vi ttH
r-r ewestry. rtie4 wit! I nf-j-i s a St Cayt
Wii. brteat ivt si'i u say .j&rk po-r-
eript f a r.i. A4Arv! Ji, P. MstfdtS van
Mrr Eiiia, rrhKa. aaa. a tf
-VtTILCOX. THE Wa TCHJIAKER, WIIX CLEAN
I y0sr waMi. airf -rravf Hinr'St ttmu. A
&is nrrlzs 7i tasis asd warrtiUsi. US Sate.
EOlt i-ALE-A HANDSOME LITHttGRAPH
map ot tbeclty of W IttuU.civcs uaciei.of trft
public buildlu-. rolleaci. pai k, etc, me 12xla 03
linen luper, vt o cenu vn.h. 3 torlUrenU.ii
cents a duzen. Ades the icblta Earls. Wichita,
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
WANTED A GENTS-IV EVERVCiTY.TOWN
and vlllaco In tlo United States (except Itt
state of Kansas) to lake subscription. Posuaarra
ca n irake noney No capital required. Samp!
cupjes ircc ca?n cosmiwiiiu; "Hzt. "f13 cetaaac
by cetUne 19 dubs. Addma the Wichita u'l
TO BANKERS AND LOAX JflKXTS FOR
sale One fine burglsr-rttWf; Dlooid afs wifli
Yale time toct. I5r TAnlt doors ba nk coanterx
wire cage work and bauk furniMra. aad axtns
generally at & barilla. G H Blackwelder, aalgnee,
Wkolta, Kan. 53 tf
XX)R SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND
X -writers' nose books. Waak wcalpu and no
books and legal Mania, of Terr kind, ilall nrdri
promptly attended to, Cuil oa or apdress tlw Wich
taE&gle, Withlta. Kan. lto-tt
Kar.sa City Express. . I 7.10am
(:U r x
;. a u
Kana City Express
WinSeld aad Kiowa Express-
Colorado Moil and Kxpreis.. ... jll.?l A a
Co.orxdo Mixed ! fi.25 I it
Depot Second aad vVicalU str-tf: ticket oSlcod
Ncrth Malastreet. E. E. Ri.xcKi.tT.
ravengM Ticket Agat.
TlilS tabu cntcAco. MOCX 18ti' racs
RA1LWAT. f-Great Rock Island Route,1"!
In eSect on aad after October 13. $)X
1 AKHIVK I I.UTI
r.oi.vo Noirrn and rast.
No. i Calorado Spring
. Denver and Paciflc Coat
iror dailr. ...
No. 2 Kansas City. St, lul
ana t nicaso. t arougn
Mail and ex. daily
No. Knn City. M. Loals
and Chicago nlcht ex.
No. G Accommodation.
dally ejtcep: Sunday.....
No. SKnmas City. St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily
No. 1 Kan: Oty. St. Louli
and Chicago through mall
and ex. dolly. .
No. 61 Accommodation, daily
ticrpt SSundar . ,.
J J U. Ail
Elrrant recllnlmr chair cars oa all u-Aln. sn.t
Pullman !reper from Wichita to Kaaaas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Ticket
void and tutfgage checked throuca to all points
north, south, rat and wtt and trAavh!p ticlk.u
told to all European points at lowrrt rat. UUy
tickvt offlce 1CU East Douglas aveaurt. corner Mala
frtrvet. paenger Mation corner Douglas and Ma4
aveaues. '1 elephonA lua.
W. H. WnAKT, Ticket Agsat.
JXO. Tn TI A.V, O. T. & P. A.. Chicago. 111.
st. Louis San ritANCtto n. n.
THA1V8. I AltntVK I LKAYg
No. 1. Going West, pastto 1
ElliwotthU...- K&Aiij am
No. 3, Oolng unt, paseng'r j
(Mojt at liorrtonV ... 45pM VlPH
No.,t,j.ing Et, pMvnger 125 a tl 130a X
No.3, Going KA.t, passencur it.ipiil KlQru
No.C. Going EaM J JSVpjC
Nu.i. (lolng r t to Rumonl 3COr3il iCDrij
Trains marked thus run lally,
Weit bound train. No 1, has Pullmtn car.
West bound fmln. No. 3, connrcta t Htirrtoa for
Pueblo, New Mexico and Southern California.
Lat bound. No. 4, Is a KIld train to M. Loul.
mnkrs connections for Ft. Smith. Little Rock una
East bound. No. 2, night expren to St. Iau1. ha
fre reclining chair cur and Pullman aleopor.
No. fi, fat eastern exprens has f ri rs:lip!ng chair
car, tourist sWpcr. and Pullman sleeper to St. Louis
No. 5, fa.t western express, has thro'tgh tourltt
pleepr to Lo Ancelo and PTiIlman ideepor to El
I-ao.Txaiv and through to the City ot Mexico with
City Union Ticket office. K! NcrU llaln iUm
and union Depot. Douglas awtae.
All Ill-OS. TOI'XHA A IIA.HTA rtlUH.
TltAlN'H. I AKtUVK I I.KAVK
XOltTII AND E1ST
No. 4U Kanfas City expreM I OA M JMA M
No. US Chicago vcstlbulod
exprew ISOPM ISirx
No. Uh Missouri River ex.
pres BtOru SOOru
fODTI! AND WF'T.
Na OT, Oklalioma City and
Oklahoma rxpre 0AU 'ISm
No. UT.' Caldwell and Pan.
handle exprof ...... T(0au 113a u
No, Kb Ft. Worth. Galves
ton and Texas express. Itiru &10PU
No. 413 Wichita Exprcas.
from Kansas ( ity. .. IttrM top ter
No. 415 Caldwell exprtxs 31PMI itiVM
Trains marked thus dally.
tOni'MKNT .VOItTH AND nAST.
Train No. 411. Kanuu City exprww. runt Mild to
Kansas City, has chair car servlc.
Train No 4tUcomr direct from Gal veatoti and t
a through Chicago train, leaving Wichita utlUvm
and arrive In Celcago the next day at JtM p m.
Train No. 4fti haa tte reclining chair car to Ktn
pas City Pullman to Kunsas City, also la To p a,
Atchison and SU Joseph.
rouirMK.sTsocrn An wirr.
Train No 407, ban Pullman and chair cat.
Train No. 405 baa through Pullman car to Ft.
Worth and Galvrtoa.
Train No. 413 hn reclining chair car from Kansas
City and top at Wichita.
City Union Ticket office 172 North Main itreet.and
I'nlon Passenvr btacloa cornr Diugla and Uh
avenuev W. D. Mukuock. D. 1. A.
HiciiiTA k vtfjtHK n. n.
Oolnr Went. DOPVldailr)..
I Atmivic )
Going West, frrlght.... .. .
doing East, pa.
Uolng Last, freight .
I 10 A M
tblon Ticket oBc 122 North Mala trt, onion
Passenger station corner Douclaa and Ua avau.
W D. MCHD0CK. I. P. A.
Remember the tale of property on
JIarch 18 and 19 at AraiiMS Pms (Itock.
port;. Ono and one-third rats for tli
round trip, c.ood til June L Situated on
Aransas bay as clear as inld-AtUntic
ocean, becauso there is no precipitation,
no deposit of sediment or soil. Alt fresh
water passing throuth other bays before
this ono it reached The lueit oyter
fields in the L'nited Plates, million of
acres in the bayp. v citizen of tho
United States is nl to preempt nixty
acres by staking it oa 101-3t
For Kansas City, St. Iyjuls and all point
east take tho ifixsouri Pacific railway.
The shortest line to St. Loui by 48 mile.
No chanvo of cars of anr kind between
"Wichita and St Loni". Only fifty hoar
between Wichita and Nevr "iork City via
tho Missouri Pacific railway. City ticket
oilice 120 North Main atreet. 101 tf
AVrTutit A Ulller,
Heal estate and rental agent.
Yoo Have Your Choice.
Of three fast trains daily to St. LonU and
the eaht by the Friiico line, leaving WJob
ita at the following hours: 9.30 a. in., Ji3
p. in. and 10 40 p. in. No change of cars of
any class between Wichita and Ft, LouN.
The Frico is the only line running Pull
man palace sleeping cars on all trains. In.
addition to this tbey have retiming chair
car seats, which are free. 72if
Rfmtmbrr Well ard Hw- In Mind
That if you aro going to Washington.
Oregon or Idaho, or any Pacific co5
point), it will be to your alrantaga to go
via the Missouri Paciflo railway. Tht rea
son is that yon will save time and lay
overs at junction points. Tbe fast Pacific
exprets leaves Wichita evrry day a 5:33 p.
m. via the Missouri Paciflc railway, depot
corner Hcoad and "rVichlta streets. City
ticket office, 120 North Main atreet.
E. EI ILECELET,P,fcT. Agt. Wkbit.
H. a lowsaZND. G. P. fc r. A., St. Ixral.
ACrtcm to Jffrtbara.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Eyrnp should
always be Uhtd lor cbildrrn tt thine. It
aootbes the child. Mfu&s lbs euou aliwys
all pais, cures wind colic, and is tho bit
remedy for diarrfco. Twxnty-aveosuU
Lottie- Ufccd by mlilions of mothers.
d& tf w5 tf
Kansas City and Chicago leaves "Wlchit
10 a. m., arrives at Kanaaa City & o'clock;
p. nx, Chicago neit mcrniDg at 8 o'clock.
Colorado txprai JeaTes Wichita at 5EJ
p. zn., arriving at Pueblo for breakfast and
Denver for dinner. Chair cars and Pull
man lepifjg cars through to Denver, via
the Miasoari Pacific railway, Ji7 tf
Cfeeap Excsraloa to Itla. Tex., via aata r"o
On March 15 aad J a rat of os fart
for the round trip baa Ltcsa mad on ac
count of tb Knight of Pythias conclaves
Final limit of tickets, March 25. Jaqoir
for tickets at 122 Nortn Main stmt, and.
Union paj3gT tatJon.
Sfc-St W. D. MrECCCX. D. P. A.
It ! IalBtJ "-
The JvAntas City and WkhlU pfdal
train via ti Eni Fe ran wtthoat
change cf any cJaas, sA hm la lu equip
ment a ori reclining palac chair car
whici S f tw, 13 tf
Go 4St vt the Stw Stmts H. Mls
Kiari Pdc "l'UsMl Hl!l tv."
Tarsgh sleeirfsg a&d chitlr mra rtlikvttt
changs WSdfcK t Si. lamm Jl tf
Pi. heals txpnm leave Wk&H ai J
o'clock p m Tkrf it xbpli.jc ,aii
chair out WjchJta ts 6u Umi, Ti M1i
tottri Pacific Jailwaj. WTlt
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