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"glut Wtttkitz ailtj gaglc: pcwrstlattj f$nwittg, wemlrjeK 26, 1891.
The "Receipts of Stock at the
Union Stock Yards for the
Hours -were: Cattle, Liffht; Hogs,
"WlCHrri, Nov. 25.
The cattle market remains unchanged
and prices are quoted steady. The receipts
were light and there was a preponderance
of common stuff, with a sprinkling of
good butcher cows. There was no choice
stuff on the market. The market was
active all day. A good del of trading
was done and some yood sales were made.
The offerings today were all confined to
native cattle and about everything m the
yards was told.
The quotations nere presented are i to rive Urn
sh riDer sn idc of the general raneo of prices, Hie
various clasps and grades sell within the Ilmlta of
S"e eTuwuulona. ncSurdms to the quality of offer
ing; and tne Maie of the ilallr markets. 1 V
Uujonsar only changed when there has , Dcon a
Derrnamnt change In the general market. Ihe
KwntatlvB -les bhould bu referred to to get the
dally flu. luations.
Nat ve shipping steers, cood to extra..j...i 003 M
UQud to extra native butcher steers, IUOO& .
K"Ou pounds, 53 jj
Natvofetui..K steers, O.10.V)hj)oiinds.... 2 4(S2 j
Native rt ckers HJUgSSO pounds 2
ChoieiOvHtiU heifers - lyJ
talrto good cow nnd heifers. J if? iit
BullB .iMd Stags Jfrtto I?
Good yiui Hue frteera ;? ??
Canners ? S?J Si
Poorer giade and scnllawags ' ;J
Veal calves. 130rli pounds, per head 4 JB U"
J eras Mer. guofi to eztr. S S5S i?
TejuiSstKrs.?Hlr .T. - JE2
'lexns cows, medium to prime W- w
The following aro the representative sales of cat
tle at the yaras waayz
No. Desc-lpuon. Aree
30 Stacker 015
13 Stackers 8
2 Stockers IS
7 Stockers WJ
1 Cow 1
1 ( OWS u
1 C..w WW
1 Cow JSW
S COW8 lJHj
11 tows wt
2 ows Sg
2 Cows 16
2 I ows HW
7 C ows "10
1 Bull 120
1 Hull !-
Hull .-. mi
Heifer v i
Heifers a J
Canner.. .. - X1
The supply today consisted of 670 hogs.
Packers seem to be wanting hogs and all
the offerings sold readily. The market
was active and strong and 10 cents higher.
Bulk today brought 53.40 to $3 50, and tops
S3 GO. The day was satisfactory to sales
men and the demand was good at the close
of the market.
The following nre the representative sales of hogs
ft the yards today:
Ko Dock J
Price. No Dock Av. Prlra
31) 5 .... 291 3 45
3 57Ji 72 200 217 3 45
S ii, 29 40 1H 3 40
3 HI fi .... -13 3 40
3 60 4 .... 22! 3 40
SfO 8 .... 233 3 35
SCO 4 40 SJ2 3 35
80 2 .... 30 3.M
3 47!e 3 .... 2S3 3. TO
3 44 3 .... 233 3 3J
rood rtock sheep. 80(180 t3 6035 SO
C.oodxtock ewen.TOa'V 2 UM&i 00
Good to extra wethers. 76685 2 0U3 00
Lood to'eitru lambs U)o U)
Hogs strong; 10 cents higher,
No business tomorrow nfter 13 o'clock.
Both packers took the offerings today
at good prices.
There is some inquiry at present for
heavy fresh milch cows.
The shippers today were:
Burdenwick & P., Seward, two cars
G. II. Primrose, Atlanta, cattle and
F. H. Weinshank, Rochester, hogs.
IL McMurry, Patterson, hogs.
X. E. White&ide, Home, hogs.
2d". E. Lindley & Co., Audule, cattle and
"White & Cain, Freeport, two cars hogs.
LIVE STOOK MABKEH
KANSAS ClTT. 3Io Nov. 2S.-CATTT.E Receipts.
ITS.". shipinrntH 315a Active nnd firm. Steers 13 25
i j. cons$2 25i 75. s-tockersnnd feeders 2 lu
S65 HOUs ltfcelnts 18,ti5d. shipments 52iL
Active and strong; loclilpher. Bulk 3 4583 Ca.nll
V.rade. 2 75si b5. bilbEi' Itecelpti. StXl. shipments
ST. Iort5. MoNov 25.-rATTr.r-UeceIpts2S00.
(liipmentt 1100. Steady. Natives i 003 20. Tcxuns
andlndun si.ers ii 0K2 5U, cauners 1S2A.
HOGt-l.ecip5 8110; shipnient 410. fauadj-.
Heavy JS 75a-iO. mlxe.1 3 :tt3 S. lljht W .J
M. SHfcKP He epts 710. shlpmente 1'irm.
lair to Kood 2 4CU 45.
C nJCAOH Ills.. Nov 25 -CATTl.K-necelpto 9.(00.
eMpments &ti Stendy, Mindf strongiT Natives
1 (l j.0 u.. others 2 lo2 0. lexans ii n), cows II 15
12 jC, Hott Iteccipts 4aH). hltinien'.9 COfU. Act
ive steady, hljrher. Honch and common S3 Vl3 75,
uiUed a:.d puckers V WM8 ft), prime heavy and
liutcheiTS werBhts 3 9 44 IB. prime lluht 3 253 55.
b'JldH' Recfipts SOjO, shipments 400 Steady to
ttronc. Native encs J 2 (XX 1 25, mixed ewes
and lnmbs U 1U4 55. wetliors tl 60(5 25. westeins
ft 2U4 63. lamia 2 75 V.
Wichita, ?ov. 25.
T ollowinjr ar the closlnc quotations.
OlvAl N -Car lots on track.
lh o oortetter59e5Sc
IIAY Baled 4 Su5 50 poi ton. Iooe. J4 005 00.
OltOCND COKN-Otop In enr lots 90c per 100
Sounds, com an' oats U 00 per 100 pounds, bran
acleu, toe rwr liXluounds.
M ichlU i'roduco Market.
Wichjta. Nov. 25.
1 I-OrR IHphest patent S2 00. tetond patent J2 30
extra fancy J2 ai
LU 1 1 J-K First creamery 30c. secona creamerv
2c finest dairy Sue. line dairy 15c.cominon dairy 10c
i Olit 20c perdoaen.
lv LlnV KoottersH KkJ2 m. per Ioren or 3c
pei pound, hrns it Ui2 6C per dozen or Gc rer
tonnd. prliiK chlckous 11 76te2 50 per dozen or 7t$c
fr f'-umi, turkeys 7Sc per punl. ducks teal
Jl mnllard 2 75 pr dozen, prairie chicken J 3 tU
pT dozen ouiiE.erfe ic per pouni
t ' i A ! OLS I hoice 4&fe4)c pel bushel.
API'l ts-12 0OJ2 50 per barret,
vt'Al -Anthracite SH 50, Cauon City JS ,00 Weir
City it 50, Krontnac 4 4 to, Plttdburc. ll 50. lillnoU
t ..AlcA Ulster 7 IC.
MAEEETS BY TELEQRAPR
"ew ork Honey.
New York. Nov. 2J.
Money on call eay. ranRlnr; from .Ito 34 per cent.
(st loan S per ceau Closed offsred at 3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper 5yt6V,
Uchamte quiet, firm, S4 tt4 for sixty days; H 4
Total sales ot stocks today 1 74.SS7 share.
Chicago Uralu aua ProlHc
CHICAGO, ov. 25.
1 ard steady.
1 belradmr futures raticed a follows
I LOCK Dull, easy, burins patents $4 S05 49.
winter tatnts 4 fcNS 10. stralcht 4 4 &50J.
nary J6 ttT4.
waEAT November S2c, December 32h May
i ORN November T5c December 4Tc January
tTHc Aia 32JSC
v A i'. NovemoerSSc, December Sic. May 32c
t'OKK-December fS47H, January 11 21
LAHD-January 6 H.
C ali quotations rer a follows:
LAID J6 lBSS 12t.
MKKT KlflitS W35 80.
DHY bALT SHOOLDBRS-J4 133t 15.
bHUKT CLFU.R SIDES J5 95A6 V.U
WfalhKY Jl 19.
Bl TTBR Steady. Fancy creamery J2w wett
cm ta. seiectea aairiee S22c.
Ksjuus City Produce.
Kansas Cut. Nov. 25.
rLOUR-XXCEc, XXX T5c. tamlly Jl 06, choice
fl 40, fancy gl 801 85.
WHEAT Quiet, shade lower. No. J hard, cash,
CORN Quiet. No. 2 cash SSc. November no bid.
OATS Active and strong. No. cash 23c bid, 59c
BaRLEY Firm and anchaneed.
BUTTER-bteady. Creamery 23g29c dairy 16a22c,
store packed 14lfic. pacuinc 12c.
hGOS Firm. 22c.
HAY Strons. Timothv 19 COL fancy prairie
17 09. medium 15 (035 60; choice-IS 60, prime J7 tX3
ABTICLES. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat 61.700 76.100
Corn...... 1GW0 H.SO)
Oatn U0J 1,301)0
KU lxat3 Jfroduce.
ST. Louis. Nov. 25.
WTIEAT-Firm. No. 2 cash XHc November
Kfc nominal, December 9Hc, May HJJc asked.
CORN Firm. No. 2 &ish 45c, November 43.
year 40ic bid, Jan uory 3Sec asked. MayJHfti
OATb Firm. No. 2. cash. 83Hc November 32)ic
PORK-DulI. 9 25.
LARD-Easior, J6 00.
WHISKY-Steady. $1 IB.
ABTICLES. Receipts. Shipment.
Wheat e8.000 72,000
Corn S.000 T0.000
Oats 17.00J 11.030
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"" PEN, CHISEL AND BRUSH.
M. Kenan, tho French historian, is sirty
Bight year3 old, but mentally and physi.
cally vigorous, and as full of work as ever.
Miss Grant, a sculptor of some eminence,
has been commissioned to execute a bust
of Mr. Parn&ll by his friends in parlia
ment. Vidal, one of the most famous last de
cade sculptors of France, was stone blind
at the time when he executed some of his
most famous works.
Thomas Hardy, the English novelist, be
gan his business life as an architect, and
his first published work was an essay on
the use of colored brick and terra cotta in
"William W. Wheildon is the oldest ed
itor in Massachusetts, and celebrated his
eightj'-sixth birthday recently. He began
his editorial career on The American
Statesman in Boston in 182-1.
Thomas Bailey Aldrich, the famous Bos
ton poet, is a rather short, thick set man
with a leonine head, covered with short,
curly locks, a handsome face with regular
features and a sensitive mouth, which is
not concealed by the browmsn gray mus
tache. Rubinstein, the composer, is a marrSof
striking appearance. He has a massive
head, broad brain and heavy hair, in which
there is not a single gray thread, despite
his age, sixty-two years. As a good feeder
ho has few superiors. He speaks English
Paul Heyse, the novelist and favorite
poet of German maidens, lives in a hand
some old house in Munich. He is a tall
and graceful man of sixty, but with an
appearance of youthfulness that makes
him seem twenty years younger. He has
an earnest face, with too much beauty in
it for a man.
Miss Bctham-Edwards, the English nov
elist, is credited with strong and unnsu."1
opinions upon several subjects. She does
not eat meat, is an advocate of cremation,
thinks "The Scarlet Letter" the finest
novel of the century and dislikes Ib3en and
Tolstoi. She is a cousin of Miss Amelia
B. Edwards, tho Egyptologist.
Blanche Roosevelt, formerly of Chicago,
who has been more or less in artistic touch
with Sardou for several years past, has
written "a personal study" of the distin
guished Frenchman as a "poet, dramatist
and author." It was on "The Copper
Queen," a dramatization of her novel of
that name, that Sardou and she were said
to be collaborating.
An Army of "Poor" Employees.
To look after the city's standing army
of dependents and delinquents requires a
big official force. There are three com
missioners with j,'jM) a j'ear each, a
secretary who guts 2,u'J0 and a staff of
eleven at the central office, besides the
superintendent of the outdoor poor and
There are 45 employees at the Tomb3,
including 4 physicians and -1 matrons.
There are 31 employees in the district
prisons (Jefferson Market, Essex Market,
Yorkville and Harlem), 72 employees at
the Bellevne hospital, besides 54 trained
female nnrses, a chemist and 3 assist
ants, and 6G male nurses and employees.
There is a staff of 18 at the Gouverneur
hospital, of 10 at the Harlem hospital,
of 130 nt the Charity hospital on Black
well's island, of S2 at the penitentiary,
of 42 in the almshouse, of 45 in the work
house, of 250 in the city insane asylum,
of 50 in the Ward's island hospital, of
300 on Randall's and Ward's islands, of
22 at the Hart's island workhouse, of
150 at the Hart's island asylum, of 75 at
the Isiip asylum and of IS in the store
house department on BlackwelTs island.
New York Sun.
Remarkable Feat of Strength.
E. P. Kendall gave a remarkable ex
hibition of his skill and strength with a
ten-pound dumbbell at noontime. He
matched himself against eight strong
men employed upon the grade work
about the county court house, and
agreed to pnt up from shoulder to arm'a
length a ten-pound dumbbell more times
than the eight men could. Kendall has
a limb which makes it necessary for him
to use crutches, and as he is of very
slight build the result of the contest ap
peared to be a foregone conclusion.
One after another the eight men took
their places, Kendall keeping time with
each one, and after the eighth had
dropped his arm from sheer exhaustion
Kendall smiled pleasantly and ran up
his score of consecutive lifts to an even
1,000. His best score with a twelve-pound
bell is 2,000 lifts, and he has a brother
who holds the world's championship.
Peace In Central America.
The Hon. Antonio Batros, who succeed
Dr. Fernando Cruz as minister to the
United States from the republic of Guate
mala, is one of the most eminent scholars
and statesmen in Central America, and
for the last twenty years has held almost
continuously positions of the highest honor
and trust under his government. Once
before be was minister to Washington
during the administration of President
Hayes. Mr. Batros says the reports of
war and revolutions in Guatemala and
other of the Central American countries
"" FOOTLIGHT FLASHES."" """
Signor Campanini has learned to ring ia
Adolph Depuia, a famous French actor,
recently died in Paris, aged sixty-six.
Still another railroad drama Is to ba
staged. It is called "The Train Wreckers."
M. Got has been a member of the Theater
Francaise company in Pari3 for forty
William T. Carleton has been promi
nently identified with comic opera in Amer
ica since 1S73.
"The White Slave," one of the first of
Bartley Campbell's big successes, is still
Chicago before long will have an oppor
tunity to show whether she can support a
permanent opera company or not.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendal have,been severely
criticised for bringing a very inferior com
pany to America on their present tour.
Margery Daw, a clever newspaper wom
an, is soon to make her debut on the stags
as a member of Halliott Paget's company.
Johnstone Bennett is said to be able to
act the part of a servant girl better than
any other woman on the American stage.
She gets 1200 a week in "Jane."
Mrs. W. G. Jones is one of the oldest
American actresses. She was born sixty
three years ago and appeared on the stage
when sffe was eight years old.
Marie Halton, the opera Binger who
eloped from the New York Casino, recent
ly sold her jewels in London for $4,000.
Some one says she is forty-five years old
and has a grown up son.
Gilbert and Collier's new opera Is en
titled "The Clockwork Man." It will be
produced at the London Lyric with Gerald
ine Ulmer, Lionel Brough, Eric Lewis, J.
Robertson and Harry Monkhouse in the
Mme. Witt, the retired opera singer,
who recently committed suicide in Vienna,
resembled a humble German housewife in
looks, and, in fact, was eccentric enough,
in the days of her fame and prosperity, to
perform such menial household duties as
scrubbing her own doorsteps.
THE JEWEL CASKET.
A Great Season for Comedy.
This sea.on will be the greatest season
for laughter provokins dramatic produc
tions on record. More than 125 farce com
edies bfeve been projected. tbV number of
legitimate comedies will be higher than
fifty, aud of "comedy dramas" nearly a
hundred will go on the road. PrsboUy
half of them will live the cevoa oat. Less
than a down ww t rur-'Jie h .ve been men
tioneH "": ""
Silver photograph frames are of all sorts
and all sizes. -
A pretty bracelet for a girl is made of
Bows of gold ribbon sometimes have dia
mond headed pint thrust through the knot.
Medallions of enamel, imitating oldLim
oges in its neutral Coloring, are seen in
watches, rings and brooches.
A most ornate ice water service consists
of a swinging pitcher of repousse silver,
with two cupids attached to the frame
holding large silver goblets.
Ash receivers in tho form of shells and
double shells have rare Japanese orna
mentation in colors. A fire dragon in red
is one of the symbolic devices.
There is a very pretty and delicate watch
and neck chain now shown, made up of
slender links of gold rope. For the neck,
a little heart of turquoise or gold seems to
be the proper pendant.
A novel blotter is in the form of a silver
foot sole, bearing some such legend aa
"Many happy returns of the day is the
wish of my sole." The blotters are at
tached by a slide beneath.
A dead finish to gold seems to be recent
ly introduced, which makes the metal more
than anything else resemble chamois.
Thus far it is seen chiefly on heart shaped
lockets, with tracery ornamentation in
Spoons are a feature, especially those in
silver gilt. The daintiest specimens have
handles of filigree. Occasionally these are
touched with colored enamels, and the
shapes are most iuteresting. One had a
swan's neck handle attached to a deep
The Crystal Palace electrical exhibition
will be opened in London on Jan. 1, 1692.
A recent invention in coverings for elec
tric conductors is one in which provision
is made to retain air or gas within the pro
tective covering to increase the static ca
pacity. Rome is to be lighted by electricity by
the first of the year. A motor at Tivoli,
about twelve miles distant, will supply tho
power, while the Via Nazionali will be the
street first lighted.
The successful transmission of a power
ful current of electricity from Lautlen to
Frankfort has revived interest in the sug
gestion to send a current of equal intensity
from Niagara to Chicago.
A push switch similar to the push but
tons used in electric gas lighting has been
invented for electric lamps. There are two
buttons, the white one lighting the lamp
and the black one putting it out.
An electric cane has been invented by a
Frenchman. The battery is concealed in
the stick and the knob contains au electric
lamp. It can he used for a reading lamp
or to light its owner on a dark road.
An electric wire breaking in a mine will
frequently give forth a spark, thus explod
ing the dangerous gases. A recent inven
tion is a safety mining cable which can be
torn apart without spark, arc or flame.
The electrical congress held at Frank-fort-on-the-Maiu
has ended, though the
exhibition still continues. The next elec
trical congress will probably be tnat which
will be held in Chicago in 1SD3, after the
opening of the World's fair.
Bangor, Me., is one of the last towns In
which a camera club has been started.
The inventor of a formula for a paste to
beusi in mounting glace aristotype prints
without impairing the gias3 will earn the
thanks of thousands of amateurs.
County Clerk C. A. Hart, of Staten Is
land, is an accomplished photographer. At
the last meet at the Country club on the
Clare road he peenred a number of spirited
scenes of the hunt.
Aluminium is taking the place of mag
cesium in flash lights for photography.
The mixture consists of powdered alumin
ium and chlorate of potassium, which
gives a brilliant flash with bat little
In England the Camera club has set an
example that might well be followed by
amateur associations in this country by in
stituting a series of elementary lessons in
the practice of photography for the benefit
of the younger members.
Among the fine collection of pictures
shown by the Amateur society at tfee
American Institute fair, New York. Dr.
Feeniy,s clever soap shot, eatitfed "Don't
Snap!" ha attracted ranch aUeattoa. It
portrays the doctor's little fenghter in an
f BUttilrta nf KtjMi ? flt-41 rr9-mt
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THE PEOPLE'S C0LUMS.
Your Wants Supplied-
Tip. f oil orrla$r rates wider the dlffereai headings
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Elf-Payable Strictly in Arl ranee.
Ko edvtrttEopjents iaiB for 1 tban 10 cents.
Cine Una Kfrertlsemcats cfcarg ort same rate as two
NO -IDVErVTISEMENTS TAKEN "TOItUNUN
XIL f GRrKDDEN."
Prlcfr stves 110 Cer classified beads In tats column
urrilcabn; nnlv to local ad vertlwmenta. So f orc!;n
eiverrii'eraiflt-i uten at prices gltcs.
.ajUtrew is fcdvpjtlMnjents eent In care of thi
EUGI.X oflee sbonld t called for mtnin lOdavs
after insertion, wfcen aSwrttiers wisU renbrs ror.
vrarrted to tha stamped: eavtlocarWit be sent.
Kef rence to lortner aflveniatftnonts sliouM trlre
description and date of Insertion or copy of the ad
rertittzient ehosld be fcent.
Not rwconelble f or jidvertlsemenu &tn or dis
WANTED FEMALE H ELF.
Under this bead 2c per line per dar.
WANTED-HOUSKEEPER. INQUIRE AT 253
N Moaley ave Wichita, Kan. d7 6
T'AN"rED-A "RST CLASS DOJIEST1C FOR
central honseworl; in adult family of fonr,
must be competent, cheerful, domcstlo and capable,
any aee. color or nationality. Girl exwetod to do
entlro work. The highest waxes paid to pioper
person. Keforences required, i hose In earnest ap
ply In person, icornUisb, 1712 Falrvlew avenue.
TirANTKD-GOOD COOK, N'O WASHING GOOD
1 1 wagea. CSC North Toptka avenue. da 6t.
AXI ED-GOOD COOK IN SHALL FAMILY.
1C31 N. Lawrence avo. U tr
TtrANTED-A GOOD GIKL TO DO GENERAL
f housework. M ust be a good coov and f urnlh
references. White irl preferred. Apply at 215 N.
Emporia are. (13 tf
TTTANTED-A qtrj, rOR GENERAL EOUSE
VV work. Call ata North TopoLa. dl tt
WaNTKD-AGIRL 12 TO 15 TO LOOK AFTER
M a child dnrltg the daytime. Apply room
19 and 20, Fletcher block. dl5l t
ytfANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
V work. Inquire at 321 N Topcka avenue.
"WANTED A GIHLTO DO GENERAL HOTJSE
t? work Must be a good cook, washer and
ironer. Sti North Lawrence avenue. d!32 tt
WANTED-A NURSE GIRL. APPLT AT
room S3 Manhattan Hotel. dS tt
Situations Wa?ited Female
Lnder tbis&ead leper line per day.
WANTED-SITUATION AK HOUSEKEEPER
with little ylrl In nice family. Take Falr
moont car. call at residence 1,453-, corner Fourteenth
and Campbell ave. do fit
WANTED MALE SELF.
tjider tbta heatl2c per line per day.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS COAYJIAKER.
llearprlce paid. M. B "Wilson, Wellincrton,
Kan. d7 G
WANTED A GOOD- ALL AROUND PRIVI Kit,
I must be steady, tober nnd reliable. 3Iarrtl
man preferred, one who U capable of taking com
plete cbarne of a cood country weekly newwpaper.
To right man good Inducements will leclven. Ad.
dress, btaUng wages wanted, etc. The 'J'ran,cript,
N orman. Ok ., Ty, ;dG fit
WANTED A FIU.S'1 CLASS COATJlAKER AT
once. Address Webster & Bergrem, Newton,
Kansas. d LH tt
7ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED BUNDLE
wrap5er. iiunson iionmara, aoti
WANTED -AN EXPERIENCED BUNDLE
? wrapper at Boston fctote; only experienced
help need upply. 137 tf
TXrANTED A GOOD COACHMAN,
i V to Mrs. J. O. Davidson, Riverside.
fANTED-A DltlVGR FOR A LAUNDRY
wauon. Kansas bteam Laundry. dS tf
ANT ID-COMPETENT STENOGRAPHERS
and took-keeptiK bo dmlre positions, to
nunlr at the Natluii&l Accountant Bandtilenuzrauh
iiVIiiuenu. OCite for the euieiof Khiisks, lo!
lado. Nebraska. JJlfM)url and 'Je3as. at the tiouth
Y tittiu HUhllitts College, tt Itluu, Kan. 2 u
-TTrNTED-BCSINESS MEN WHO ARE IN
V iievd of BtencKiapheiK or accountant to call
tt the National Accountant's and btenojrmplier'i
bureau. Branch ofbee at (te toutliwtnlern Bul
1 ittColltte. W.cliltii. Jian. Vo lifiiuliy Late on
our application lbt Ifcoionchly tuiiipcient booU
Lrrptri) abd ktenvcrnpLerx, vwiti nitcia referen
ces, help Jumubtu lire of dial ue. SU
SUvalions Wanted Male.
Under this head 1c per line per day.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
I j.oer thin bend Ic ter Jln prdny.
I rdtr this head 2c per line per day.
AGENISM To" Yk l'fclt "DAY. COLLKCTING
small plttnrea for u lo copy and rubue,
satisfaction C3raaleed and a Xi outfit fret. A
Dunne A Co., KiKeade street. New York.
bC-.'fct-w ic Sen
GENTS TAKE NOTIf'K 4A DAY' MADE.
UaUU lilVCafAV W bU WWb. W..CMWO.
AGENTS WANTED THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY
and Personal Ilrml&frcenets ot Uen- Hi.r.
iiutler. giving a complete ii-ur ot tsea asd inra
ntes In tne Lulled bUtes tor the na JWty yeur
trwa bk Maud-point, wtllwake up the stteara.
pullucUn. Journalists military critics and Ue
jopte generally to an extent never before ri
bm(I for many years. JtwiU e.ctnfy Unliving
ainl wake the dead. We can ctre fastrscttous to ta
tetttpent people x School extnebce that will 'sable
U-rm W BLea btlUuutt oeea ut into cai
Srviii the urt. (am&s -wfcoare Kxiklair tora
booanza take notice. A p. It foe tcmUK-y tSL t
Juu.Jn ic Co-.'jCI OttveKreoCSt. Lesta. Ho difwU
fader this head Sc per rise a-r day.
"WANTED-BY A MAN AND 1KE, A KOOta
l or roea oc Srt Cuac with board, b. nmh yari
of town. Address staU&s teraaa. UK iei Mh
aTpntif 4C ft
f AN TLD-TO KfcNT BY RES.POM.IHLE
I -hit read 11 OT It roea fc-e. BUM arnv
rnmace. cay w tu., mcu bu anr couifauau
aH4 scd act batkiiazs aad cfcf rtnOy toeahai .Imp
iwcb Emporia asd Waco aisaaae sorlii ot fee X
The adrenier watU a fcwftxr od will bs (tta4 if
pl( yottaJMC Ul care far jwopcr u tf nmwtA
tff fcna. Addrvi X Y'. J.eare t?teofc .
'ANTKD-fOBCYA QC AMITY Of STOfcK
arul aScs SifUM caUxUttmz af doal doar
nr-?fKrf sale, detk, tiir. lttec yptn. rter
tan cao rtc. auit fail arucaisar tafta
ptife ar aa repir wi tx scac. AnrM -. . m
3M x . taiL,
vaxtf-d-a ruAct. rrm two urTL
i i jia acetay rai orV tor tttetr Va4
atkd-to wt a ud MtK mix.
tte.GBt- I iewlwi. wjr J '
VI-aN .KL-Ml ,H.M . " J 1 x
' II WHXMema.- :.'-l -Jd aaalh
rfttapex. d tw : wtas tmnmua ' S-
j uru iFMi cite WMf moi avjuma ipw ri4
i ra axcass tcrrUaey '
TEE PEOPLE'S C0LUM&
Your Wants Supplied,
WANTED BOARDERS AT THE OMAN'S
t Exchanse; tXJO per week. d3 1ft
UtaNTLD-TO BUY TAX TITLES AND TAX
sale certiScate. Send lists and terras to J. G.
S., Box 718, Wichlt-t. ivan. d!2q
ANTED AT ONCc. A DISHWASHER AND
mnrnu rtiorn tanv i Mrs. L- hlatlcrv'S. 11.
Ijivrrnce.ave. d &?
iTANTED-A -EW HEAD OF STOCK TO
pasture on winter wheat, at J.ILsionta,
tour block north ot 1 airmoont water worksL
I dl53 lit
VnANTED-THOSE DESIRING BOARD AND
V lodcinc can find comfortable quarter at 113
S. Emporia ave. Reasonable ratta. dljQCS
AArANTED - A MAN AND WIFE WITHOUT
V children. Woman to do general house work.
Man to do chores. lnunlre ai omcool bUuleyi
ii cine, over Li Oxen's Uiu k. dliSti
' ANTED-BOARD AND ROOMS IN PRIVATE
H. .. L-A fiM vuat ainj) Wtal anTT1 at
t I LAliXilii A JUlfO liwu iwvu "" ,-,". "
tacned. neiiiera yiease ca. . 110 jmio wuuun.
'ANTED-A POSITIOV AS TEACHER IN
) cltv or country. Hold a flrst-crade certlScate
Address J. C. caie of this office. dli3 ISt
Tl'ANTEDioO CORDS OF LLM AND COTTON
V wood. Kanas sprlnc bed Co. Wt and 518
Douclas ae. dUtf
Tlr ANTLD l.afl POUNDS GEESE FEATHERS
V 1,IU pounds duck feathers, 1.CC0 ixuniU
chicken feathers. Kamis fcprius Bed t-o, 54 and
UOChJcasoave.. Wichita. Kan- tr
X' OR SALE Miscellaneous.
Lnder Ibis bead 2c pr line per day.
IIOK SALE-CHOICE MILCH COW AT ip
D STopekaave. been moraine, noon or nlsnt.
EOR SALE-BUILDINUS TO BE MOVED
conslstlnjc of nice ccttace house and small
barn east on Central avenue road. L. W. Clapp at
nA fnnrr hnnw Oi t
CITY BARGAINS-S-ROOM HOUSE. FEET,
corner close to Avenue A; price 1.2UX
tiandome residence on Wet bide, comer; price
Nice resldfcdce on University ave prica 12,100
.-.ice -orneron North Market. 73 feet, 9 rooms,
modern conveniences, price titUO
Nice residence on falrvlew. larjre grounds, moa
eru conveniences, price 2,753-7id cxah, balance
time. 6 per cent. , .,,
some cood barcalns In outside property. Call ana
r,i. unu-l llrus.. 12S N. Market St. d5U
i;aK11 BAKtfAlNS-BY" ISRAEL BROS.
JL1 3W acres all bottom. t miles from city; cood
home; C acres orcharo, price fti per acre.
MX) acres, well Improved bullalnff cust S5.au
must bt seen to Know Its value; price $20 per acre,
about half cash, balance time 6 per cent.
Good bottom farm lour miles from town, rair
buildings, flnu orchard and c price tveu, halt
1 hree cood farms near Greenwich. ITan, $2,400
each. Oi.e Is ull second bottom; crip failures Lever
known. Terms easy.
320 acres raw land, southwest part of tho county;
all nice aud level; cioso to sutloai price J'.3 vc
nUHMrtr. d5 If
J70R SALE-S-ROOM HOUSE WITH MODERN
: Improvements, east front, 73 feet of ground, on
N. Topoka-tJ,UJ0. . , , . ,
72o cres of good land, all fenced, nicely located
IU rer acre. .
House or six rooms, suieei oi crounu, iu uiu
. - ,. .t- n. lr.ii. .I ttcin il 7.
nonti of Douglas, east of Main St. ikSUO. U.Z.
Smith ii Cx, us a. Naraet sc
l?OR SALE-ATA GREAT SACltlFICE-CUT-JL
under two seated carnace, nearly new. tult
able for one or two horses. Must bo sold Immedi
ately; party leaving city. For further information
call at Wicnita Carriage Wonts Repository, corner
First and V ator st. dj tt
1rOR SALE-A GOOD HORSE FOR ALL PUR
1 poses. Can be 8en at Hewey Bros. Livery
Barn. Also a canopy ten. two seated fcu-Tey and
set ot harness. Jos. W. Coutes, 113 N, Mam st-
T?OR SALE-ONE NICE FAMILY PUNY hL'lTA
i: ble for ladles or children. Price $20. Ennulre
IpOlt SALE-200 ACRES IN FLORIDA BE
! tween Meyers and 'ixobue, the gruat winter
resot t of the houth.sluated at the mouth of Lharloiteo
hjubor. where our wealthtestmen of Uiecountry are
localini, 10 trade lor uusmuss or rcwueuto yruj i ijr
EOR SALE- TINNERS TOOLS BY PIElEOR
set. Full assortment. Order by mall reulte
prompt attention, irlmble Bros, it Co. 412 L.ist
tlfiticiuM. 03 tf
IVOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST MH'HUVfcu
Jl ficruu. in Sedgwick county. ImpruvemenU
coet t2.5Jo, 40 acres in wheat. Price S2,hA UMcaU
balauce four years time at 8 per cenu ilust bosuld
to et.le up a partnership buains. Call on rad-
.Ira'.l'J V.4t luti.L Wichita. KulL dl lit
i;Oi: SALL-RED FT. SCOTT COAL ill lit.
T Wulr City and Wu.hlu. Coal Co, 119 N. JJaUsr
Bt. 'Phone to. dl "
TiMJR SALE-ONE BILLIARD TABLE AND
Jj one pool table nnd futures 12j cash. A d
rw. Hoi illl. Illllsbani. Kan. dli lit
lORSALh-frT. SCOTT RED COAL AT THI.
J't Weir City and Wichita Coal Co, liah. Water.
Phone uu. dl tf
noil SALh-A THREE CHAIR BARBER SHOP,
OR SALL-AT A DISCOUNT, ABOUT IfOO
JJ worth of dry toods, shoes, trreralls and not!uu
AVin trade for other available property, tnqulre ot
oh ner ut !!' Parle Pliice ae. in It
IVOR SALL-COAI. Oi ALL KINDS), AIU
J. feed, corner Main and Klurenth iu. Janirs
Horn. . dO-tf
I.-OR KALt-A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPH
1 nmii oi thrcliyof Ylcbita;clrjnamesoftrlV
iubl)ebullUiiit.collutr. paras. el tit lltli oa
I1DCU luper. nice l cuts each. lor 10,enU.JJ
ccnu uoxeu. AUUreiu th N icWla Kalo. V lohila,
FOR RENT Mouses.
l lulfr tl.i- lial 2c P'r line perdu.
(OjFOR RhNT - Dr.Cfc.MHEK 13V, LKOE
BE!, boardluc haute : N Market street; best
cation lu the city. Address .41 Narket tt J.IL
TPOR RENT-RKSIDENCE 3S4 SOUTH LAtV
JL: rence ave. 8 roumo In excellent comlltlan with
city watoi aud gar. Location yery Jo.4rabia.ln
uuire at uj) faouih Lawieac.avo. at tt.
WFOIl KKN1 OK SALL-ON GOOD TfcRJW
tfaj fine residence on N. Waco and alrvtewivo.
lo.-el Uros, iua flo.r. 125 N. Market. it 151 tf
i;OK RtNT-TWO FINE B1CK STOREROOMS
J. N o. v and liI, elegant front itStv room; bl
located photograph ruHDt la th city, Nu. ZIC Uoujf
Lcs u e. Larue am. Ji Douclas ve. m M
5 FOIt" ItKNT-TWO TWO-STORY SIX-KOOM
S-& houses, c!oem aal in good notch borfcood.
a i at aw North Main C H. F. h-nirfht. dtK tf
flUH. UM-H KMSlUU HOUSE QJf COI
jti Ifgellill. Appi to Levna B. solamaa. IW
ut street, Sedgvmc bloofc. dl.O tf
i OR RENT Rooms.
Vnder UiN bend Se per llnetwr Jny.
JiOR RhNT-LAKOK KRo:T ROOM WITH
aloove and prlrl.e.e of bath rouma. Apply at
3W Wco ave. at i
I7UR KENf-FUKMSHKD ROOMS, WITH OR
X without board, also a S-roora osUa,7e fralbI
lor light housekeeping. Call at 23 North Market
ipOR REVT-FIVK IJVELY' ROOMS WITH
' city water, also farnbbed rooms, vu t. ralrd
T7oR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS Aral
A. Lawrence ave. ditt ur
IpOR RENT-PLEASAVT ROOMS FOK KRNT
! in'juire at 24U X. Lmperla. dlU m
. arliatfally sltsatedLtarBteederfMlarid.
heat rurnihl, hot awl col xaMn cod battw aad
all modern con veelencws plaUi j.siitarw&il.
Very cheap. W rite or apply at f Nertn LawraiM.
Coder Urt w at per Uam tT-
t.-'OR EXCHANOK-VALCAIILK rmhdkce
JL at hA Bprla-C - r laahle Wlofclta
perty; will mt mertgmttm w pay aa dMar
eace. rVr partictar call mi JaatM idsaa. m 9.
rnderthl toad ae jar urn reii.T.
MISS 1.CCY tOHW DAXCUie AGA9SUX
A O t I aii Hark 4 etum'M Isvssf ,
, taKlir aiataass. tftdaaValiis
bAtarOa; atterstaaa. AU taa wlat inaoa. W tf
I tr ifc htm 7 - ' er 4mt.
rrKN tp-xcrr. st luk ututwn HwMMb
1 t wimo Ut. wte fact IM Mhts ii art f
V. lefaila. C. ttla.i.al a W
i .TuKlMU-Itxtas waaa. fr
O atstwt jaaai. JSnar Oaasaaa arveaa a4
aaata Yr qajaL tste C k. Dsssrt i -& tV
Vitz al Se r a a aay.
LOST-OKK UKE T HrtiS Wmi HAJU
? aa. PtaaM aatuy Masar &.
L tWTO OAK STWCBT JWT VTiCUf TWICa
aaS Ma at aaat wMte tfwaM.
r w ae rew ay Mtecatoy uaaataB
FIN AN CI A L.
rmr itw aaa 3e ajrayif.
o.v fu iAtA mjiLtk-t. mvuem.
Mv w-st rnr. 9vo --:. aH
- t-.li ai jutr mt . l Jt- .
t I OJtKT JT LOA 1 1-AlasMt OK. XAlX
4.M aiaeuan r n-fTi aarim jtu,tn. hmmitmi
,tV . t'lK )( frM. VCf rtU
nm a .' SV 4.. .a h9 iX
I t ,rii.t iW "iii.i. is --
fci. v Cailv. trCJ iMlliC; Hu.
rnder IhU bead 2e ear Itaa per day.
v Pnder tbl heart Jc por Hoe per dar.
ri-HE DRS. EVERETT ItPECTFULLY AN
I. nouncntothe people of Wichita that they ars
located at 40U - Doctstas. corner Toe)ca am tot
the pract.ee of medicine and sorcery, chronic dt
ea?es a S 'ally. Dr ETerett, sr late of Mercy
hospital, i htcoco. and of the Clyde Sanitarium ana
Ion; a railroad snrseon.doe3 nix claim any mysUr
lou panaceas, for ail human tlu; sMther any won.
derfoi skill .r knowledge abovo every other well
read physician. Ccthe does, believe that noarler
ofacr-ntnry of dUirfBt ttody and experience In
performing nirly evrry capital operation known
to surgical science, qualifies him to be ranked nHS
the lirst ojicrators, and w'Ui modern appltxncoo, la
treating alt chronic cases with average success.
tj T. DAY & Co. OF ANTHONY. KAN WILt.
O nay cash for ICO rtoss second-hand pop bottles.
WIU buy in srnaU quantities. ddait,
SPECIAL-CHI JIN ETSCnrEANKbXS":itl
paired by Gore fc Co. X North Ma.n st. d5 t
TTED FTSCOTT COALVT THKWEIR cTtY
Jt k aad Wlcnli Coat Co, 113 Nona Water street.
'1'Cone Ox dl tt
I.1YERY ONE IN NKED Or" INFORMATION
Li on the subject of advertising will dowell'to
obtain a copy ot JBook for AdverUsem. 3CS poacv
price tl Mailed, postasr paid, on receipt of price.
Contains a careful compilation from Uio Amerloan
Newspaper Directory ot all the lt papers and
ckws journals, .given tle circulation rauag of every
i.nemd a cooit deal of Inf ermatiou abont rausi and
otbrr matter pertaining to the tnulness ot adver
tising. Addre Ho ell's Advertising Bnrtan. Kl
Snrcce street NeWi ork. dw lyr
T?T. tCOTT RED COAL AT THE WEI R CITY
P and Wichita toal Co, 119 North Water street.
'Phone Ok U U
DR. LE DCCS PERIODICAL PILLS. TUK
great French remedy. at directly on the raen
fcirnal system and poltlvely ctire suppmwlon of Un
meases. Warranted to promote me&JWrtMUaa.
'these pills sbouMnotbe taken during prrsrnaocy.
American Pill comp.ny. royal, proprietors, spen
cer, la. I- tiextilne supplied by Chas. Lawrenoa,
US East Douglas. Wichita. Kan, by wholesale ami
retail. 144 lyr
RAILROAD. TtMEClUL JBS
M. Lonl Mall and Express-..
Kansas City Express.
WICHITA AXT COLORADO,
Colorado Uall ana Expreas,
Depot Second and Wichita strtn ticket eOloelI
North Main street. K. K. Bi.soKL.xr.
pnne-and Ticket Agent.
TtMX TABLE CniCAQO. HOCX laULN'D rACUIO
"Gre-M Bock Island Rout."
In affect on and aftr March 5. 1J3I.
I AKKlVg I LAvf"
oono Notrrn ajtd cast.
No. 2 Colorado Sprlncv
Denver and Paclflo Coast
Eiprrw dally.. ... -...
No.2Kansa City St. Louis
and Chicago. Threugb
Hall and ex. ilall7 ........
No 4 Kanas City St LouU
and Chicago sicht ex.
No. d Accommodation.
daily, except Sunday.
and Chicago ex. dally,. ..
No. 1 Kansas City St, Lout
and Cnlcffo through mall
and ex. iaily . .. . .. ...
No 61 Accutnmodptloa dally
KJegant reclining chair cars on all train. iint
Pnllman sleeprn from Wichita to Kaataa CUy ant
Cntrago without elianjn on nlxht train. TlolieU
mid and baswaa cieeVd throosh to allpelnU
north, south, east and weit. and steatashlft Ueketa
sold to all Rurnnean points at lowest rale. City
tleketoraoelOOKaat Donglas avenue, corner llain
street; pasMnrer dtatton corasr Dotula and Ilea
arena. Telephone 199.
W H. WttBiST. Tlckut Af
JXO.SiroAFTTAS.-T A P. a, Cliloago, Ilk
rr. t-oci!" a Sax rnAKctwro n. n.
I AKKIVB I LXATX
No. 1. Going West, pMt
Ko. 3. Going wet, passenar
(stops at linrrtou).
No.. Going East, paMnot
No.2. Going East. paater
JO IS AM
lo w p
Train marked thu mn daily.
Wt bound train. No. 1. has Patlmaa car.
West bound train. No. a, connects at Bnrtraa fer
poeble. New Mexico and Southern CaWarnla.
Jjint bound. No. 4. is a solid train to St. Louis
with chair car and Pullman leerr. taakaa oonnaa
Dons for Ft. frnltb LltUe Rock and ParK Texas
Knst pound. No. X n'Bht t'JTr lo tklxal.ha
free reclining chair car and Pullman aleep-r.
City Lnlon T1ct offle. Cor Main and 1st tra
and Union Depot, Douglas arena.
vniiof. iopkica abatta rsntifc.
T HA INK.
I ayHiva I x-cavs
KOHTH AND KAST.
yo. 414 Kansas City exerax
No 416 Chicago Teatlbuled
express. . . ....
No 4t Missouri Rtnr ex.
No. 457 Knglwood prau
lotrrn a!i wkkt.
Na IT. Oklahoma City and
Na4iff Caldwell and Pan
No. 418 Ft. Worth. Galves
ton and Texas expr.
No. 41e Wichita Express.
No. 467 Engle wood accm. ....
Train marled thn dally.
Train No 414. Kantan City opre, runs sella to
Knia City has chair ear aerrlce.
Train No. 4' conn direct from Glveeton and I
a through Chicago trin.leTlng Wichita at ift aVpta
and arrlvMi In Irteago the next day ai Up sa.
TrnriiNo. 4nha Dtp recilntagohaircar to Kyw
a Cky Pullman to Kansas Oty, also to Topela,
Atcluson and St. Jonh
r.tit;iiiNTiioCTn awd wrr.
Train No 4CT, ban Pullman and ejalr ear,
Train No. 406 ba Uirovfh Pulitaaa car to TU
Worth and OalveMen. . .
Train No 4lSha reclining chair ear from Xaasaa
City aad stop at Wichita.
Oty Union TlexrtoSlee Cor Mala and irt trt,ap,t
Union Passeoger btaUea corafr DoubIaj nd'
areuus. TT. D. UunDOOK. D. P. A-
wicbita a wesTghi . Jh
r,oln. Wc. vt'M
Getng Writ, freight
(i.itng taji, pas ..
(lelpz Kant, Iratgat.
l bi i x.kt ot tor Mala aad lt virU vnsan
PMnge Mattes aorner Daxglaaand Uh at .
Vf.O.Mttftuocif. V. f.A.
Bemething ew-Throagn Car IUtwe Ku
Paul and Uaesaa City.
Tlio traffic bctvferi abovs dUe ba
so iucreaaetl that tbe Great liook Llanl
route has instituted a neword.tr of tMsKS.
and lu put on tbelr train, a tbroU(li ear
ltwea tbese poinUt. The earn ran u
tbiii wsrvica are Pullman ootnbtaaLlon
cbatr car ami uleeDer, ami are the embodi
ment ofoomfrtrt. Ibe prtco cbarged tmt
X.UU epaal servlos U but JIUlo oompared
with the aoaomiwoJatioii Rim.
bee tbat TOHr tlckiHa rod rl U Albert
Li routa (C. ILL A P.; S. C. It ft X.,
and 51. t . Ia. Hy'hi. Map m4 llffl)
taMB aout on nfiplkastloa.
0ml Tkt & Paaa. Agt.
E. St. John. OsoT Masr.
General otHmmi C . "W
On ad artcr Jatv n change tra
will bcom affoeMT bettre WMta
ad Kew York. o that a paaaraser lewrfaatc
WtefcltK on tbe Mtatiri Pactltc railway
can rmth Xaw York lo 49 hamn aad 15
mismto- Thstrmia Iftflvta WeMU4asr
at 1 ?.a.. arrirtiu: Is Kr let at
p. m. tbe aocoad aViy tMbntms. OiMj mm
elMBfie of ers In terj. wbltdi nm4i
to tie Sc laOBfei t'srtoa iopmt. Tsste W
Mveral koors qetr tine tbaa can ba
HMtse by ny otsvr hs t$mt l YTMalu.
&iw free ia cbair cms. inuiaua afcep
iK can if ctaatrad.
S. K. Bij&acLrr. P. & E A.
JW-tf KO Jtortb 5fata atrnrt.
BlasafT oba4ejn asd ail kind of apl
Ukm k iSt mie by
Tkx Wichita Baclx,
J71 YlaJttta, KmJulsm.
SMog4 mm taa Xaaooiatian.
CfakaHte to aw of Um rnvti zbUy par
tiajfcs Ia9se cHe ti9 latad. T tistf
day CbwUtwM mmd ISrovUys tfc
poi-at autU that viai: tba crrt tveat
era tottttvpoHit. lor lbs Tteu tat tfc
"tajiat af Aanidatloa eacaaaay" cHaan V
taarn ttilL Oaid aaytalfr? bo aware al
rrd Tlw pactr all bt tftaarv te A
datsoa. aad 9ee tf taaia baaca Ok Wf
aeanr mater Sae hsmd. "Hmtmnu kwm Miaar
Ixa" gj:A,atatkn afcsjrcj vrba
BMafce r?or ar? a aaee aaitf by tkm
aisacbOT te tbef r otf arHH.-iHw. Csssaatx
Sa te Aaaebacioa wwld b lasaty a ta
agrtaiaat. aad wtta tb aaif kmt4 rasjoaf
atttoa tf aot uupasitsaa mt taw proa tt
mmtkMk vrosasd k nvgK. bt bdsbt, T4
fty iisasrnar eat a bt tcare laSaaaVay hil.
a4 ihm Wvatwra aawaeasUsra ai feat Aa
ta Xarooaa a rt4 sataa. lb saa CkU
oMaa JMatBttmi' TtUztmmt wsaji kf teas
ary. Jar taam art sa aatvd ruMH t o
l5e taaait, Laain. LeaiTiJT or HJhraa-
km vM J alMBalasat,