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5 49irs2eH.,.p. -j.i -
lb:t ISJitWfa-aily gaglin uestlaij Korniixg, til 26, 1392.
Iho Receipts of Stool: at the Wichita
Union Stock-Yards for the Past 48
Hours -were: Cattle, 51; Hogs, 424.
Sheep, 740. Shipments: Cattle, 34.
Wichita, Kan., April 25, 1892.
The cattle supply was light today, with
a variety of grades represented. The cat
tle markets in Chicago and Kansas City
are 1020 cents per huudred lower, owing
to the heavy cattle receipts in Chicago,
and the market on most grades was lower
here, in consequence. Stockers and feeders
however, remain steady here.
The quotations nere pieented are to give the
Shipper an lde. of the general lange of prices. The
various classes and gradessell within tno limits of
these quotations, according to the quality of offer
ings and the state of the. daily markets. These quo
tatlons am only changed when there has wen a
permanent change in the general market. 'I he
representative sales bbould le referred to to set the
jcaUve shipping steers, good to extra $3 754 00
Good to extra native butcher steers, 11)00
1) pounds 32.V&3 0
Native feeding steers. 20O3&I050 pounds 3 V31 35
Native stockers. tiOuSSOO pounds ! tSCa.2 SJ
Choice cows and hellers. 3 n&,3 25
J'alr to good cows and heifers 2 til'&'i 75
Bulla and stags 1 Mi2 2o
Canners 1 M)1 S5
fccalawacs.. 1 00sl 00
lexas steers - 2 7b&4 W
The following are the lepresentatlve sales of cat
tle at the yards today:
ho. Description. Are". Price
3 Butchers steers WU3 3 25
4 Butcher steers U55 s 25
2 Cow 910 3 25
5 Cows 8t3 1 'JO
18 Cows SSI 11H
1 Cow 1100 2 5(1
1 Cow 30 2(W
2 Heifers 8-1J 2 00
! lielferh 795 2 &
15 Heifers 531 2 3a
1 Calf HO 12j
The hog receipts were fair for Monday.
Both packers bought liberally today and
everything was sold by 3 o'clock. The
market is steady to strong and active.
Some good sales were made today nd it
was pretty satisfactory generally.
The following are the representative sales of hoes
nt the yards today:
No Dock, Av. Pric. No Dock At. Price
11(1 ltf) 215 4 20 Gi 300 218 4 17
95 80 2U1 4 :0 1U 21U 2Gi 4 15
75 1UU 202 4 17. 26 40 1(,1 4 15
7 .... 220 4 175. 7 .... 201 4 10
ood stock sheep. POfflloo yssto&S 50
Ooodttock oweB.7(lS) 2 50tJ00
Hood loextia wetlioru. 75&S5 2W,4j mj
Good to extra lam I. 4 UU5 00
Hogs steady to strong.
The dispatches state that Chicago had
the biggest run of corn-fed cattle today
for over five 3'ears.
Colonel Fullington, a well-known stock
dealer, was a visitor at the yards today.
Ed Rogers today shipped out about 750
head of sheep.
J. B. JKell had in hogs from Clearwater.
A Golden of Whitewater had hogs and
cattle on the market today.
Bob Hunt, the popular bookkeeper with
Billincs & Williams, is on the sick list.
S. Story today shipped in two car loads
of stock from Corwin.
T. J. Garland of Kiowa marketed a
mixed load of hogs and cattle toduv.
Wichita oraiu .Market.
Wichita, April 25.
Following are the closing quotations.
GKAIN Car lots on track.
KYK No 3 or better 50.1i.CSc.
HAl' Baled H t0,3 Ul per ton, looie. 4 0035 00.
XjHOUND Cim.V-Cl.op tn car lots 75c por 100
pounds, corn aim ots SOc per ItX) pounds, limn
tacked. Cio pci ICUtiounas.
V ichltu i'roduco .Market.
Wichita April 25.
FLOUR Highest patent S2 40. i-tcond patent 2 20
extra fancy (2 00
UUT1 EK First creamery 30e, second creamerv
Cc. finest dairy 22c.flne dairy ISc.coramon dairy 12.
LGGS-Sa9c per dozen.
1'OLLTKY HoostersU HUBS 00. per dozen or 3c
per pound, hens t2 0U.2 4C per dozen or Cc tier
ponna. spring chickens tl 752 50 per dozen or fitfc
?er pound, turkeys 7Sc per pound, ducks teal
11 26, mallurds 2 75 per dozen, young geese ac per
.. t O TATOES-Cholce KXSMcper uushei.
M APPLi:t-j2 "Oat 00 per barrel.
COAL Anthracite Vll 50 nrniini r.ltv s m Tv
City N SO. Krontonao 4 60. Pittsburg. U 50,' Illinois
Ui.AlcAliister 7 IX).
LITE ST00K MAEKET.
CniCAOO. Ills.. April 25.-CATTLK Heceipti
8,1000, sbipmentB, 9000. JIarket lower. fatcra Id io0
8.4 01. HOG-leceluts. 21.C0O. shipments 8.U1)
Market steady. Common t IKJ&4 25. mixed 4 5u
at So. butchers it C9t t5, light (t 50S4 65. SHEliP
J ecelpUf, 70JO; shipments. 3X0. .Market steady
to stronger. Enes 3 0iHrt4 50, wethers and j ear
ling $5 Ji7 0J; (.sterns 6 OSuJb 35.
KASAt 1 1TV. Mo., April 25.-C TTLE H-celti'S
2100, shipments JJtO. btcers quiet 5 to COc lower:
cm s week, feeders nomlnalli' steady sales; dressed
boef and shipping Uurt ?2 Sam 2U: cows and
litlfers V 4UfeU M, stockers and 1 seders 12 50-3 00.
lloi Heceipts .vUU. -hlpmeut-, l.Xa. .Jarkrt
steady. Kxtionin lauue f i WXJ4 40; bulk J4 30Q
4 j. SH1.EPKecelpt4.a0. shipments. tOO. Jlai
Kct active steady to strong. .Muttons t5 55.
T. Louis, ilo.. April 25. CATTLE Receipt
10 U shipments.... Mai net lower. HOGS Receipts
2j00. shipments .Market steady. Fair to choice
heavy 4 40O4 65; mixed to 1VQ.4 p; light 4 SOdi 4U.
bHECP Receipts 4U0. shipments.... AiarketstcaUj.
MAEKETS BY TJJLEGEAPE
I 1 ork Jloney.
New York. April 25.
Money on call easy. Cloied offered at 2 per ceat
Prime mercantile paper 345 per cent.
Sterluig excnaus.o nrin ui S s7f tor tlxty-day
bills and (4 &S for demand.
'J otal tales of stocks today 112.000 shares,
New 1 ort Produce.
KnWVoRB, April 25.
COFFr.K-Spot Rio lower. No 7, 13c,
COTION Jutures closed steady. Sales 205 300
bales. April 7.00. May....
Chicago Uralu and Produce)
CuiCAUy. April 25.
WheAt-Cloted flat Sg higher.
The leadmg futures rangea a follows:
WHEAT April SlHc. May SlJc. July SlgSlXc
COKS-April 4lc. May 4l&c. July Site,
OA'l S May Sc, June 2J?4.2iUc.
PORK-May 9 42. July
LAKD-May 6 V.,.
Cash quotations were as: follors
i I.OVK Unsettled.
l.MOrilV-Sl C1 55.
fat GAR Cut loaf in?lc granulated 4Hc stand
nl A 4c
UU1 r.H-Steady. Fancy creamery 31ir2c. fine
Ttef-terulTiaaic. nneaulry lS&20c.
lOKK-i S2H,9 35.
LAitO-it. lo.6 17.
MiOKT Kiir-iD oTHflo 00.
bliOUT CLLAR S-lltJ 56 17le6 50.
UltY tALT fcHOULDERS-M 60O5 0.
AKT1CLKS. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat 12,(W) 152.000
Cora 1I5.UW lTXwu
Oats 2t0 , samx)
JvHiiSit. Ctty Prortiire.
Kana! Crrr. April 25.
FLOTTt Firm in good demand. Patent $2 &fi;5
extra lancy $1 :nv2 ss. fancy J2 C5S2 15, choice
si tua i ai. xxx f 1 7: oo.
CORN Lower April31HoA4C.
OAT-Dcl.. 3Iay 2b.av,
I UGs FJrmi; Uiac.
,i?LIEESb steady. Young Americas 15c Kansas
ijA V-Steady. Tlmotliy JS 50. fancy prairie ?6 00
good to choice j 0 ow rado 11 SWJj Ou.
liAAbLLU bteadj; fc5c on a bAstsof pure.
Receipts. J bhlpmcnti
M. C. CA3IPUELL.
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
SENT ON APPLICA-
OLDEST FIRM AT THE YARDS.
R. T. BEAN, L. B. PRESTON
Ofllce. Cattle Salesman.
J, B. BLEAKMORE, Ho- Salesmnn.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCUiSTS
Reference. Wichita Banks. ortice. Stock Yards
CATTLE, HOGS AISTD SHEEP
HEALY & MOORE,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCH'TS
Union Stock Yards. Wichita, Kan.
Correspondence solicited. Market by Eagle or
Drover's News sent free. We hare several stock
ranches forsalo cheap. til
Billings, "Williams & Co
We engage in no speculation, but
derote our time and capital to the in
terest of our customers.
Consign your stock to us. Union
Stock Yards. Wichita, Kan, 90-tl
J. O. Davidson. Prest. J. C. Dzrst, Cash.
CITIZENS' : BUNK.
tu Louis I'roduco.
ST. Loms. April Zi.
WHEAT Hisher. Cash86Kc.MayS5J6cJuly7S?g,
CuitX .Higher. Cash BSSRS-Xc. May 37Jic, July
oaTS Hichcr. Cash 3jfc:! May 30Jo, JulyZTHo.
POltK Quiet, Jooblng tiu W.
LAKD .Nominally J6 00 fot-Blraleht.
WllliKL bteaay. 1 13.
IL Y. ELDP.IDGE.
' Ff& Wrtnmx3UKr
AltTlci.rs. Itecelpts. Shipments.
Wheat 12.000 S7.(IOO
Corn to.UW 45.000
Oats 32.000 8.UU0
ATTOEETS AT LAW.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lavryer. Rooms 2. 1 and 6 203 N. Main st
K.HAiiown.i. II. L. GORDO
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Koonn iOi, tOlli and 40b, fcedewick Block. Tele
phone ho. II.
J. M. BALDERSON,
Attorney at Law, 113 N, Main St. Wichita Kan. 68
W. E. Stanlet. J. E. Hunt
Attorneys nt Law, Wichita, Kansas.
JOHS W.ADAMt. G.W.ADAKa
AJ)AMS cC ADAMS,
Attorneys at Lavr. Office, first stairway east ot the
Wichita National Bunk. 116-tf
J. L. JTATS, M. J).
22 Doutrlas ave . Wichita. Kan. Practice limited to
Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat, and nttlnc spectacles. 77-tf
mi. a a fuklet.
SSI Douglas Are
BJi. E. EMMA COBB,
Female nd Children diseases a .peclalty.
Home for ladies durlnK confinement. Strictly pri
vate when "-o deMied. also permanent homes pro
vided for children when deslied. Letters of lnqu'
rTContdentlal mid awered promptly Home 711
Ida Avnue. Wichita. Kansas.
IS. T. MCFJTSELL, M. JD.
Medical and fnrrlcal dis
eases of Eye. Eur, Nose, anil
1 hi oat. Keiaoval of facial
and other blemishes; and lit
Offled and residtnes. 1203
fcouth Emporia. wl-tf
FISM'ltn riSTCI.A and a'l dleves of
Hie rectum cuied without the use of thu kntf. llc
ture. caustics ordelentloa from business. No money
to be paid until palteut is cured.
PRIVATE UIMAS1 In both texts tpeedlly.
cured Call on oi address
1ML J. K. DENNETT.
jlCtt tifllc K3N ilaln SL. Wichita.
Office liours 9 to 10 a. m, 1 to 4 p. m.
Sunday, 9 to 10:30 a. m. 117 N Main
St. Kesidence 101S It. Market St,
BE. MAET GAGE BAT.
Rooms 23 and :6Zlmmerly b'.oci Office hours 3 to
WIBKIXG, B. B. S,
114 N. Main Stteet.
Over Hjde Jt Humbles Boot
O 3J tf
J. C. VILSOX, BEXTIST.
Teetli extracted by Electricity with
US East Douglas. Full upper set
teeth $5.00, 35-tf
HOYB'S BEXTJ L BOOMS,
Full sets of teeth $5, $S,
SeS) Filling: 73 cents np.
xu -wonc guaranteed 5
Eajrle Block, 113 East Doujrlas Ave
JC .. CliEDJTOIt,
144 lorth Maiu btreet,
1 he Photographer. Pictures In all slzesanfl tyl
He also carries the finest ussortraentof plctur
amesin thecltr. bive hlui a friendly call anp
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Fbxd w. Israzl. R. C. Isrxal.
Heal Estate and Rents.
TO bQ7 Irh'Ka rltv nrn?irtT- or ZeitrTTnl? winntT
I land at present prices means large returns on your
luuney. vnenita,Ttn ner hock ana other indus
tries. Is Jut In her Infancy, and such bargains as -we
can now offer Trerc never offered before. All harlng
business ja our line are invited to call orcorrespond.
The Wichita interests of nun-residents property
and faithfully cared for. Oflico second floor 125
North Market. Israel Building. d 66-tf
A.J. ABP LEGATE.
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Publ
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any lanrt In fcodcwfclt county. -011106, Jut at rirht
of w st entrance, ilaln i-trewt. New Court House,
rtt-sLUoor. Pioaipt btiTlco uarantecil. 'Jtlcskou
PHILLIPS .0 PHILLIPS,
Hospital xccommodatlons. tails ly Telephon
Telegraph or Mull will lecclve pinmpt nttentto
OfBce No. 114 N, 1 uwrente are. OClce teleplio
o. 71. iteidence '1 elepdnue No. 215. dts tf w7
Total Issues of CITIES,
COMPANIES, ST.R.R. COMPANIES, etc
NoW.HARRIS & C0MPANY,Bank6rs,
163-165 Dearborn Strset, CHICACO.
15 Wall Street, NEW YORK.
70 State St., BOSTON.
For Hacks, day and night on call at 116
South Fourth Ave., near Carey Hotel.
131 lru S. G. BUTLER.
PROPOSALS "BOR INDIAN SUPPLIES AND
-fVEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, OF-J-'fice
of Indian aflTnirs, Washincton, April 2,
1S02. Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals
for "beef, (bids for beef must bo submitted in
separate envelopes), bacon, flour, clothine or
transportation, etc.,"' (as tho caso may do),
and directed to tho Commissioner of Indian
Aflairs, Nos. 65 and C7 "Wooster street, New
York, will be received until 1 p. m. of Tuesday,
May 2, 1882, for furnishing for the Indian ser
vice about 700,000 pounds Bacon, 32,000,000
pound's Beef on the hoof, 3.000.000 pounds net
Beef,SG0.000 pounds Beans, 70,000 pounds Bak
ing Powder, 2,300,000 pounds Corn, 040,000
pounds, Coffee, 9,000,000 pounds Flour, 79,000
pounds Feed, 95,000 pounds Hard Bread, 40
000 pounds nominy. 30,000 pounds Lard, 550 bar
rels Mess Pork, 15,000 pounds Oat Meal, 670 000
pounds oats, 140,000 pounds rice, 22,000 pounds
tea,18O,000 yiounds coarse salt, 120,000 pounds
fine salt, XW.000 pounds soap, 1,000,000 pounds
sugar ap'd 130,000 pounds wheat.
Also. Blankets, Woolen and Cotton goods,
(consisting in part of ticking. 13.000 yards:
StancTard Calico, 60,000 vards: Drilling, 19,000
yard'A: Duck, free from all sizing, 35,000 yards,
Denrns. 10,000 yards; Gingham, 300,000 yards;
Ive-jtucky Jeans, 8,500 yards: Cheviot, 25,000
y Vtrdb; brown Sheeting, 240,000 yards; Bleached
plies, School Books, etc.. and a long list of
miscellaneous articles., such as harness, plows,
Rakes Forks, etc., and for about 540 "Wagons
required for tho service, to be delivered at Chi
cago, Kansas City and Sioux City. Also for
such, wagons as may be required, adapted to
the climate of the Pacific coast, with Califor
nia brakes, delivered at San Francisco.
Also, transportation for such of the articles,
goods and supplies that may not be contracted
lor to ho delivered at the agencies.
MBS MUST HE JIAnE OUT OS GOVERNMENT
Schedules showing tho kinds and quantities
Of subsistence supplies required for each
Agency and School, and the kinds and quanti
ties in gross, ot all other goods and articles, to
gether with bian.v projiosals, conditions to be
observed by bidders, tune and place of deliv
ery, term of contra' 1 and payment, transpor
tation loutes, and all other necessary instruc
tions will be furnished upon application to the
Indian Office in 'Washington or 2sos. 65 and 67
"Wooster strcot. New York tho Commissaries
ol Subsistence, U. S. A.. at Cheyenne, Chicago,
Leavenworth. Omaha, St. Lotn-, St. Paul and
San Francibco; tho Postmasters at Sioux Citv,
la.: Yankton, S. D., Arkansas City. Caldwell,
Topeka and Wichita, Kan., and Tuscon, Ariz.
The right is reserved by the Government to
reject any and all bids, or any partrof any bid,
and these proposals are invited under provibo
that appropriation shall be made for the
supplies by Congress.
Bids will bo opened at tho hour and day
above stated, and bidders are mitod to be
present at the opening.
All bids must be accompanied by certified
checks or drafts upon some United States De
pository or the First National bank of San
Francisco. Cal., for at least per cent, of tho
amount of the proposal.
7190 b-1500 19t- T. J. Morgan, Commissioner,
A rr You Ooln to Washington '1 errllory?
Parties emiiatiufi to the norrhwei
will titid it to their interest by calling a
the Kock l&laud ticket oilice for iuforma
lion regardfng rates, routes and accomnio
dations via this line. Do not not be le
ceived by agents of other lines us to this
route. You are iuvited to call at the oflice
and be convinced as to the superiority of
the Great Hock Island route over all
others. By patronizing this liuejoucau
have the choice of four different routes
west of Denver. For speed, aafetv and
I comfort the Rock Island leads the procea
s.ion. W. H. WlSHART, Ticket Agent,
Ullice iw tust uouglas avenue, ceorne;
Jlam street. dtiD-t
Omaha, Xeb., where the Methodist gen
eral conference will meet in May is in the
center of the GREAT ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM
and parties can go via this line from Chi
cago. St. Paul, or Minneapolis, Peoria,
Keokuk, Iowa: Waterloo, s. D Denver,
Pueblo, Liberal, Kansas, and Mmco in
the Indian Territory. No road enter
ing Omaha has as wide a range of terri
tory, and all visiting this conference can
secure buperb service over the Great Kock
John Sebastian, G. T. & P. A.,
129 2t C. R. L & P. R'y, Chicago, 111.
A handsome lithograph map of the city
showing all the streets and location of th
public buildings, etcu. lor sale at thi
To Yoo Want Gold.
Cripple Creek is not a health resort. It
is a wealth resort. Quite a difference.
Location, near Pike's Peak, In Colorado.
Gold, bright, yellow gold, is found at
grass roots and in the rock formation
Reliable experts claim this is today the
richest camp in Colorado. Assays average
S100 per ton, and cave run as hich as So,
000. Oue hundred people a day are now
rushing to Fremont, chief towu of the dis
trict. The chance ot a lifetime. i worth look
You can get there quickly and comfort
ably by taking the Sitita re route. Only
line with no change of cars from Chicago.
Kansas City ;md ether principal cities to
riorisanr, nearest railroad tuition, with
daily stage to Fremont.
luquire of load ticket agent. Santa Fe
route, about rates and service &4 tf
TK& PEOPLE'S C0LUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
Tie following rates ucdr the different headlngi
nrill be coursed.
KFTayable Strictly in Adrance.
Ko advertisement taken for less than 10 cents.
One line advertisements ch&rgea sams rate as two
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ttppllcaolo only to local adTertleinents. No torelja
dvertlsement taken at prices clven.
Answers to advertisements sent In care of th
EACLK offlco snonid be called for within 10 days
alter Insertion. When advertisers wish replys tor
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Reference to former advenlsoments should girt,
description and date, of Insertion or copy of the ad
vertisement Khould be ent.
Not responsluls lor advertisements gtven or dis
continued by telephone
VAX TEB FEMALE HELP.
Vnder this head 2c per line per dar.
ANTED-A GOOD GIKL FOB GENERAIi
housework. Can at 1U Lulu areanc dl38U
WASTED -A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
' eral housework. Apply at Riverside. Mrs.
T. G. Fitch. dl38tt
WASTE IJ-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at 2v9 Hillside avenue,
Mrs. J. XV. Bauchmann. dloStf
ASTED-I WANT A GOOD OIRL TO DO
general housework, w. E. Stanley. ill3Stf
STED-A COMPETENT GIRL. APPLY TO
31rs. a. "VV. Bitting. 1111 Topeka avenue. dlSStf
WANTED-GOOD COOK WITH SATISFAC
toiy references. COi North Topeka avenue.
Mrs. H. W. Lewis. dlSKOt
T.y ANTED-A GOOD COOK AT 346 N. Topeka.
W ANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED "WIDOW LADY
to keep house, one lady to cook tor. AUdieas
box 73, dl37 ot
TTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GIRL TO DO
VV general housework. Apply at 353 North
Lawrence ave. dl37 tf
WANTED-MIddlr-aeed lady to do housework In
small family of three; no children; German
preferi ed. Call at Noll's Shoe Store, i32 .Last Doug
las ave. iZO 5t
"Y,1'AJ,"rED-A GOOD COOK AND HOUSE GIRL
W In family of three. None but well recom
mended need apply. Mrs. Eva C. Stinson. 821 Noith
ANTED-A COOK AND DINING ROOM
Tin wan tea at aw ,ast i inra st. am et
WASTED A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN TO
do general housework. Apply to 333 North
Wabash ave. dl33 Ct
W ANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Small family. Best of refer
ences required. S32N Topeka. dl32Ct
Miscellai i eo us.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED LADY TO
taku charge ot a student's boardinc club:
twenty-neio begin boarding at once. Call at
ofllce of Southwestern Business college. d!3T 2t
ANTED Basque hands and npprentlca girls
at an bouui Lawrence ave. j &
WANTED-AN KXPERT MILLINERY SALES
lady at Boston Store. Reference required.
Boston btore. dl34 tf
Situations II 'anted Female.
WA N TED MA LE HELP.
tniler this head "c per llne.perduy.
WANTED-TWO TINNERS AT J2t NORTH
Main st. Caswell to Buckley. d loi-tt
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
TTTANTED-SHOE SALESMEN TO CARRY
ir lubbers as a side line on commission. Only
few samples uecesssiy. Address Geo. W.ntklnson,
President, Colchester. Conn. dl33 til s2t
"TVTANTED A xaan to do lisht farming; steady
T V place for right man; no tramps need apply.
L. D. Clark, Brinloy ave and West Jt lrst st, lottf
7 ANTED AN EXPERIENCED BUNDLE
wrapper. Munson & Jlc.Namarj. aiJS tf
V and bookkeepers who desire positions, to
apply at the National Accountants and Stenograph
el's bureau. Ofllce for the states of "Caimas. Colo,
i ado, Nebraska, Missouri and Tnas, at the South
western Business college, Wichita, Kan. dll7tt
-TTrANTED-BU&INESS 5,S" w -A-"2 IS
V need of stenographeis or accountants ocall
on the Ndtiounl Accountants and Stenographer's
bureau. Branch oGlco at the bouthwrstern Busi
ness College. Wichita. Kan. Ve usually have on
our application llbt tiioioughly competeut book
keepers and stenographeis. Tilth Srsi-cUss refer
ences. Help furnished free of charge. dll? tf
Sitttations Wanted Male.
WANTED-SITUATION AS BOOK KEEfER
or clerk, --alary no object. Highest refer
ences. Address IL W. care Eagle. dlSsll'
t l.dcr ibis hrad 2c per Ilnprdy.
A GEXTS WAXTED.
X lider this heud 2c jer .!n perdtr.
T V for Wichita to sell usefal article just the
thing to make hou$e cleaning easy. Apply morn
ings at Foids Novelty urs. "ii .North A'aco or at
Ford ct Ford's Giocery, North Main street. dl35U
AG LN TS-A1 TENTION "MASTER-S OF THE
Situation," latest and best seller out, exclu
sive tirritory given. "Anecdotes and IncUents of
tae Rebellion," by Bcson T. l.osIng: latent history
of the Civil ar. agents making mon-y, one man
sold iTT the Hist month. Write lor terms. H.C,
McUuug. Bitting Bloc, Wichita, l.an. U13T tf
"TXANTED Fonr cood agent, ladles or gentfe-
l mn, to canvass for tne fastest selling article
In America; iZ to tlOaday made easy. Call at No.
152 North Jjam su room No. 41. thl.-d Coor. between
the hours of 1 and fa p. m. Walie S. i'je, manu
facturers. 13t t
WAXTED MISCELLAXEO US
Lnder this head :cpor hneuer day.
ArANTLD-ROOM5 IN PRIVATE FAMILY
l with good boaid near Main id Doigls Ad
dress with full particulars. Boarders, Eagle otace.
WANTED-IO RENT THREE t NFURNl-H-ed
rooms la north part of c.ty at oiKr. Ad
dress "K ' this of2ce tilM il
rANTED-ANYONE AFFLICTED WITiTaNY
i form of female disease to try Uk lixlm or
Orange Blossom. Kate M. bhuman agest 1j17 Nona
.Emporia or 121 south Lawrence. dlia It
WANTED-TO BUY 1M RODS OF BARB
wire. Address Box tea Wichita. dUsr.
WANTED THE SERVICES OF ENERGETIC
Ladles or gecllezaea to work for me In Km:
mancouut steady employment. Salary HS por
month. Address Fltz Roy. Ksgmaa and obuge
yours truly, Fltz Roy. Kingman. Kan. diss If
tiriMTn nrriT vn unpsrs itiw
V pasturage, adjoinizg Kairaacunt, prices rea
sonable. Inquire of James Mon&s, f osr miles cut
of packing home. d!37 St'
WANTED .VI CHITA PROPERTY IN EX
IT chance for a first and only mortgage on lfi3
acres of nnd. Rooms ' and . Kietcer txuldlcg.
WANTEl-TO EXCHANGE YOUNG HORSE
for o der one. Ktady. Icr woman jo drue.
H. K-1cjlr dlK
7 ANTED-A UWM RaRN. J. M. THMP-
soa. JiK Par.. Plxce - C JS .-
'ANTEt-THLE OR FOUR I NrTRNJ-,HED
rooaii for iwjh-. lu-eLecios. m Uxtio.lln,
lfcmtea -mix. r K TxMait diJ
Ti.O-httt ARl HEREBY INVTTKI tV
th rrectHHi f a -ue laMihc. rO tt. i
ae six j turteti fe oca-. i.ti( r-jF.
Kac Pim and ?pcsBcauuftt ft 84e at Uk tr-t-oSbce
at Kuriey. dj.-
-ANTED-iDIlTOCALL AT PAStLORS i
m rear f llr.. Kker lorr. Hi Mala, toe
hair nttatlsg. iktiucatT. ttt4a a Euujt ;c i
U catseU cii t
TIIE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
ANTED-;WE FURNISH SEALS OF ALL
tions. A!o Notary Records aud Blanks. Address
wienie, tagie. wicHlta, Aan. uo. u
FOE SALE Seal Estate.
SAXi BUYS A NICE 4-ROOM COTTAGE AND
V b.irn andiOxltO feet. E. F.. lesi than half
a block from electric motor line. Reese & Corn,
over 21S E Douglas ave. d!37 a
TTOR SALE-SOME CHOICE BARGAINS IN
JO both vacant aid Improved city property, all
clear. Rooms 7 ana s. Fletcher bld'g. dl7 if
170R ;5ALE-HOUSES TO MOVE: ONE OF 6
1 rooms for iUw one of 7 rooms for Jl Farmer
& Hudson, over lot) N. Main. dl37 Si'
C)ZC BUYSA6-ROOM HOUSE AND oOxIlO
OtJv teeton MoMeave In Mossman's addi
tion. Reeso & Corn, over 21t E Douglas avenue.
X70R RENT RESIDENCES. STORE HOUSES.
J? halls, buaarding houses and warehouse, Israel
Bros., second floor, 125 N Market. d2C7 tf
SPECIAL BAGAINS-BY ISRAEL BROS.,
second floor. IX, N Market street.
Fine cottage on south side.
10 acres On Hill east of town.
lZ5x.-)00 feet on North S'de.
Large lesldence only icMX).
100 acres very cloe In omy 12503.
225-acre farm, finely improved. 6 mil from stoc.
yaiMs; poesloa given any time; price fitt-V.
3-etork brick, N Main.
North Law rence ai e. 2 lots nice fruit and shade.
ISRAEL BROS., Iteal Estate Rents.
dI37 tt Second floor. 125 NMarket.
C1 f)nn BUYS A I0-ROOM HOUSE OS WaSH-V?J-U"
ington and Second strait, ltersei
Corn, ilrst room over 215 E Douglas. d!37 "t
FOR SALE-SMALL TRACT; O ACRES LAND
in midst or fruit growing country near line G.
C. & S. F. Ry., (.aUeton county; part in exchange
for good young horses, part cosh, ror further par
ticulars apply to K. W. W olstoa, 25th and stKind
sts . Galvestod Texas. dl31 lut
LIST YOUR FARM AND CITY PROPER I Y
with M. L. Smith & Co.. U17 East Douglas Ave.
LIST YOUR FARM AND CITY PKOKERTi
with U, L. smith & Co., C07 East Douglas Ave.
CQSfl WILL BUY-A 6-ROOM DWELLING.
gOOv with two lots, east front, desirable lo
cution. Blackwelderfc Holbrook. bedgrflck BIdg.
1710R SALE-BIG I5AKGAIN-480 ACRE hTOCK
farm, good improvements, 6 mllo from uod
dard, Sedgwick county. Pi ice $5.U)0; easy terms.
Blackvt elder fc Ilolbrook. Wichita. dl2S tt
POR SALE-A NICE HOME. NO. 222 S WACO.
75 feet front, nice shade trees. room house,
closet hall, good cellar, cistern, coal house every
thing complete. Mrs. John M. McCorab. 222 N
Waco. d!2o tf
PER CENT. MOSEY
OS FARMS. 'lO
tional Loan and
Wichita, Kan. H.
W. Lewis. Presi
dent: I. F. West.
Secretary. d!23 tt
ARGA1NS-FOR SALE. LOT ON MAIN ST.
very cheap. Blackw elder Jt IlolbrooK. uiii it
100 INSIDE LOTS.
$2,50 to $5.
PER FRONT FOOT.
S ASSIGNEE OF THE
i.vlni' Kank I
have 1CW desirable res
idence lots within 10
minutes walk ot tho
Wichita postofflce for
sale at i-'.iO to 15.00
pr foot. Must bo
sold at once to pay de
bitors. G.H. Black
F"OE SALE -Miscellaneous.
Under this head 2o per line per day.
17OR SALE-A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER AND
Job printing outfit. A great bargain. Will
trade. B.lockboxKBElDorado, Kansas. d!33it
EOR SALE-FIRST CLASS CARRIAGE HORSE
buggy, harness, etc. At about halt price. 910
bouth Lawrence avenue. d!3S3t
iQR SALE YOUNG CHOICE COW, FRESH.
o-b unio ave. " "
FOR ALE-A DAYTON. OHIO. NATIONAL
cash register; total adding; dial register; thirty
keys; in ptrfect condition: cost t20U; will be sx4dfor
less lhan lialf price. 14U N Main su. W SchlUi. Kan.
T?Oll SALE-A FIRST-CLASS. ROUND CORNER
-IT Are proof safe, double doors Inside and out, 2ox
a inside measuro: weight 'M0 to 3j00 lbs. CnaaplI
sold soon. Enquire 112 E Douglas a e. dI33 1;
I70R SALE-STOCK OF GROCERIES FOR
X cash or Uade. Call or write. Z. Tuttle, KO North
Tooeka. S3 tt
IJOK SALE-3IAPS OF THE CITY OF W1CH1
r ta, 6 cents each. Addwss Wichita Eagle,
Wichita, Kau. dJ7 tt
bCALE BOOKS. THREE FORMS
Hnwe and I atrbanks. six books ti.15
2.C0, single books by mail fci cents Ad-
Eagle. Wichita, han. a.a tt
-ONLY SI 07 BY MAIL. THE 3IOST
Attorneys Pocket Court Docket vr
case. Address th Wichita Eagle,
FOE E EXT Houses.
lnder this head 2c per line pr day.
IF YOU HAVE A HOUSE TO RENT. FARM OR
city property for tmle. leave it with M. L, Smith
fc Co., iB7 liast Douglas Ave. dl34tL
tJffl'OH RES'l ASELEGAST 9-ROOM HOUSE
Hil with all modern conveniences on University
aenue,one-half block west of beneca stteet. en
quire of Badger Luiuoer company, SVent Douclas
uve. dloJ it
OR REN1 -SEVERAL GOOD HOUSES CLOSE
in. Call at 2J0 N Main st, 11, Jr. Knight.
FOE EEXT Booms.
Lnder this lieud 2c pr llueparay.
OR RENr-BOARDING i""HuUSE AT SIOCK
ards. Isiael llroj, 2nd Uoor, 115 North .Market
bireet. d!23 it
OR RENT-TWO LARGE BED ROOMS AND
parlor No. UlbN. lopeka. ulvxi.
1?OR RENT NEATLY fURNlSUED ROOMS,
very desirable ror light houbekeeplug. huo;
lront tooms tor any kind of efflco work, 'iil Kut
Douglas. dl7 it
?OK RENT- NICELY FURSISED DOUBLE
parlors on 1st floor at 23-' Market st. di31 bl
OR REST-STOKE ROOM 25x60. 211 NOHTU
Fourth ave.; V per month. Apply up stalra.
T70R RENT-A BRICK STORE ROOM NO. 313
Jj Last Douglas avenue, xeQ feet, also ten nict
looms In luchland uluck, Barne Ac .NewcomC,
Music house. 407 .ast uougias e u ioj it
JrtOR RENT-FCRNISHED ROOM. INQUIRE
226 south Market. dU.tt.t-
-lf0RRENT-A NICE EURSISHED SOUTH
JD south room. Apply at ill N Topeio. ave. dUj tt
OR RENT-TWO ROOMS NICELY FURNISR-
ed. with or without board; zl x.mpona ave.
FOR RhST-THE ENTIRE BASEMENT OF
the Citizens baa. Citizen Bank. dUl tf
FOE EEXT Miscellaneous,
Undtr this htad Z: pr Una per day.
rndertUs htad 2c per lint ptr dr.
irOR TRADE-FARM INStDGWICK COUNTY
" to trade lor city property: also well improved
(,M acres In Jasper county, Mo to uade for cloth
ing or dry goods. Rees A. Corn, 2U Lant oougj&s
avenue. d!37 ot
rndr tbts bead 2c per line per day.
LOs I a. LADIES PLR3L WITH NAME IN IT
containing ovreven dollars. Will it finder
Dieass leave it at this o"hc axd cialta . ward.
v dlJS it
LOST A BLaCK CAPE COAT. WITHOUT
cape. R-turn to Carl a. NledtrUader. 101 L
Duug:a ad get reward. dutt
I'jST ub Main street or East DocgI& aveaoe,
j a lady's s,o.d watch. FrltUy. April Zi. Oa m
sias uf ca tne same of Miggle Crabtree is ea
graved, by waom a libera, rexard n i,t b paid for
ts return to Uwiel Carey. IA f
Urder Ud Lead zc ptr Hat ptrdsy-
STRaYED-SSIALL RAY HARE PONY. RE
ward oy Geo. W. Ki-orr, 131 Nona Main ttre;.
STRAYED-FROM FaIRMOLT-A S-YEAU.
oid bay mare colt, with sore tlad leg. rtedsr
will rttara to comer .tevcsth a&d ca:.lm crtnic,
Fred Houck. diS6f
I ift r Ibis Lend I J-er Use per day.
ITiOUND Cocxlactor S. F. Haydea of tht Mttsoort
" Pacific raltroid tt f oend and left ta the eSn
of the Ksight Icvestci'iii (.wnpacy a ga wji,
and cSixit. "hits Uie owiicr raB erure epos de
KTibfeig sis me ted paytag ff tau -ertie-
TYPE WE J TEH S.
rTYPETiVKITEK.-. FOR kAl.E-REJHXeTJf. 9r
X a. w, I"t .-ttafc-PltW. He. " llwtl.
mtiui4M. I j lialu H lfc?ra. cml m
4 k rftl a'
rpHF -M'TH P;:KXIE't TYPk,W8tTr:. aI
i a. -&pt. rtttm, pmtr. tnhum .t
tauckAr.anitc tr -date fey m. t11i
silfc l-rtiirr tvttTc. - aata ki-w
-IrCl itc." JtbfatUKHiaat irt-trf trav l'u
gsaraBtnt Setir ymr. m IU F- g,t
teorashcr. 3C N. liaix. st. WtiCa. . 7t-
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMS.
Your Wants Supplied.
STORAGE Eston warehouse, new, clean and
almost fire rroof. Near Donglas avenue ad
Santa Fe cepot. OfSce Q7 i. Douglass ave. d 13 tt
rrrder this head 2c per line perflar.
MOSEY TO LOAN-ON HORSES. CATTLE,
pianos, organs, household good and all good
chattle security. Walter Morris, 137 North Main.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HORSES. CATTLE
furniture, grain notes and any good s-curlty
vt ichita Loan Co, Room 1, over It!) N Main street.
1,'LRNHLRE LOANS. CATTLE LOANS MON--T
ey loaned on alniot everythlkg by J. F. Lud
lum. oe'Dorsey Building, corner iirtand llaio.
Under this head 2c per lino perrtay.
ITdrr llill rod 2c lyr lln lyrjlar..
WALL PAPER CLEANED. ORIGINAL COLOR
' restored If not damaged. W. Watts. 414 N.
Washington. dl37 et
IT WILL PAY YOUNG OR OLD. niCH OR
poor, to order their clothing made at tho Wich
ita Tailoring company. 3c9 N Main. Good fit, low
prices. dU. 4t
L AWN-MOWERS SUARPENFJ). AND RE
palred. Saw flllng. 114 North Fourth. J. E.
Richmond. dW 12t
STOVES TAKEN DOWN-STORED FOR THE
eason at the Eitoa warehouse, cleaned, re.
turned and put up when ordered. Oface CI. Eat
Douglas avenue. dl3t tf
IF YOU HAVE A HOUsE TO KENT, FARM OR
city property for sale, leave it with M. L. smith
& Co.. 07 East Douglas Ave. dill Ik
IHt JtvvtL. OASKET.
A largo hook and eye la shown in
Tops of cut crystal are provided for
A silver flask has on one side the faco of
Mephistopheles in relief.
A lady's purse with an expansible ring
has for its top a small watch.
A miniature corkscrew handle is tho
showy part of a new scarf pin.
A bat? for opera glasses shown recently
has silver sides handsomely chased.
The wings of a cherub form the crossbar
of the handle of a new bonbon spoon.
The United States flag enameled in
colors is a patriotic watch charm design.
A handsome spoon is in imitation of a
muBsel shell, lashad at the side to a reed.
An acrobat of gold turning a somersault
on a large pearl is a new scarfpin design.
A pair of sugar tongs is jointed at three
points, being constructed like a toggle
Dainty shields, with gold figures on a
light blue ground, are new designs in
A tomato vine appears on the handle of
a soup ladle. A large tomato ornaments
the tip of the handle.
A large moonstone cut to represent two
angels flying lends an appropriate translu
cent effect to the carvings.
The emblem or the Prince of "WaleK
three ostrich feathers and a crown is
made of silver, for use as a brooch.
The red clover is the basis of a new spoon
handle ornamentation. A leaf is in the
bowl and tho handle terminates with a
A small candlestick recently exhibited
has a cylindrical body of glass supported
by a gold base and a cap ot gold adapted
to hold the candle.
A hairpin ornament consists of pearls
fastened at the ends of wires running to a
common center. The ornament is hinged
to the pin, and the motion of tho pearls
produces a pretty effect.
A "Washington bracelet of silver is com
posed of flat links, each of -which has a
decoration in relief pertaining to tho dead
president. His face, the coat of arms of
his family and of the United States, the
national flag, dntes prominent in his his
tory and the names of tho thirteen original
states are among the designs. Jeweler's
WHIP AND SPUR.
Tho English steeplechaser Why Not sold
recently for S15.C0O.
3n Norway public trotting races havo
been in existence for the last sixty years.
Hiram Woodruff weighed 156 pounds
when he rode Dutchman three miles in
An offer of 3."",C00 for Orme, tho favorite
for the English Derby, has been made and
The old time trotter Wells Fargo, 2:18tf,
by George M. Putchen, Jr., is being driven
on the road in Michigan.
Budd Doble will have a high clara race
horfe for the 2:20 claws this year in Roslyn,
20;, by Robert McGregor.
W. P. Jjarns denies the report that Ax
tell is to engage in a series of match races
against Allerton the coming season.
The new track of the OmabaDrivinz
and Park association is seventy-five feet
wide. There has already been 820,000 spent
According to the estimate of the depart
ment of agriculture there were on Jan. 1,
in the United States, 1j.49S.140 horses,
valued at $l,0OT,r,33,63G.
The English and European government
will not buy a ltorw for cavalry purposes
which has been docked, and officer are not
allowed to ride them on parade.
Trotting racts in Russia were formerly
trotted by the competitors starting toward
each other from opposite directions, but
now they all trot in tho tame direction, as
in this country.
William Ilayward, who has been almost
constantly in the saddle since 1658, whan
he rode for Mr. Merry In England, ha
been enjraged to ride for Barridge Bros., of
New York, this season.
POWDER AND BALL.
Wars during the last thirty-thr-e years
have cost 2,500,000 men and J3.000,0OJ.0).
At a late trial of the Sims-Edison tor
pedo, it ii said that a jejx-f'd of twenty -xix
miles an hour was kept upagainst a strong
The battalion on a war footing In Ger
many and in France is 1.CC0 strong. In
peace it is, France, 150; in Germany W4
officers and men.
The new British second cla.ss cruiser
Sybille has had her trial lrirt and prom
ise to be a very eawortby craft. A pl
of eventeen knots was maintain! for ix
boars in a heavy westerly rvreli, accom
panied by a high wind.
A French oSleer has prfectd a rifi
which will throw a ftream of vitriol a.di
tance of. say ICO ft, and ha Kubmitted it
to tho war office. lie aroiogizes for the
savagery of bss proposition by raying tLt
it should be UAtd only against karate
In preparatioa for the next eige of
Pari tbe French war dpartmen- ha
taken stps toward th oonftrtjctioa ot
inmentve estaWishrrierit in the city or th
prfe-trvatJoe of meat by frMrJntf. Skmtbu
u(aVlMvHBi on muiKrr w-dev will In
attached to like UU facireliss tfa aa
la 1393. when the Wt-mck ftst 4mH fct
ifR 0BWfad. tiM isvJ 0tmttb ' t!w'
$ixTamaUL srtU itacUuie tl nwfi. t
crufcr-v 12 torptdo lt lb hmv
size, and trj-ito bocfc. hm4'
a large npir at arwdt piaal ooaa,
gttaui rerf aad ctnn oi le inrr
RA TLTIOA. D 1 1META. B 1,(2 J
M I oiil Mai! nn.! ! iirew...... 4S r II 'iJiSP U
KanoasCttyKvprrsx. 7:19 A ie fcli P Jt
Kiowa Express.. k3ru TJ0A.U
lilowa Mixed... llii A M idiPU
WICHITA AX1 COI4JRAD0,
Colorado Mall and Kspress 1156 AM -SBru
Colorado MUed liSyit faAM
D?ot Second and Wichita streets: tlektt oJRca E
Norui Mala (trace. E. E. Blxcxxxt.
rifiitt and Ticket Agaat.
TIUB TJLBLS CHICAGO. ROCK lSLAXB 7ACiri
l"Gr Rock Island Route.")
In effect on and aftr March 6. 1L
I AKBITK LEAVE
COrxO J50RTII AXD EAST.
NA. 2 Colorado Spring.
Dnverand Pacific Coast
No.: Kansas City St. Louh
and Chicago. Through
Mall and er. dally
No. 4 Kansas City St Loot
and Chicago night ex.
No. K2 Accommodation.
dally. escept Sunday.
No. yKnfaCltyst. Lonls
and Chicago ex. dally .. ..
No. I Kansas City st, Lonli
nrt Calcam through mall
.and ex. dally
No.il Accominedptlon dally
Klr!i: reclining chlr enrv on all twlrn. an I
rntlman sleepsrs from WIcMt te Kansas City an I
Chlcaro without changa on nlcht trains. TfetHs
Mld and bigag checlod throtigh to all point
north. onth, east aad west, and steamship tlcksts
jold to all Euronaa polnu at lowest rats. City
tlckttonee. 100 "Jast Dottgla avctut, corntr ala
ttreet: rassengsr station cornsr Douglas ui Md
w. h. Wireiitit newt Araat.
.Tvo. criut ti A V. O. T. A P. a, Chicago. 111.
TKA1SS. ARU1VK LgATK
No 1. Onlnc TTrst, ps (to
I'lUwo-lhU.... tXAUl IMAt
No. S. tioinc wei. pang'r I
(opatuurrtoni. (jorvi 4srr
No..Oolng East, rafDtr JCISami lOrOA't
No.S. olng Eaut, paasenger 10S0PM' I0pt
T ratn inrUKl ton run dally.
yst bound train. No. L has Pullaaa car.
wt iwund train. No. a, ronatcts nt Rgrrtoa ft
rieblo. New Uexico and southern California.
Kan taund. No. 4. la a toltd ttatn to KL Loali
with chair car and Pullman !Mpr. sakM connea
tlous lor Tt. Smith. UlU Koctaad Parlv Taxas
Mst onnd. N.Xlght xrrMa W St.LoaU.haa
nee rtcllalag rbalr car and Pullman aUpr.
City Union Tlkl oUco. Cor Ualu and ut ttri
and Enion Daot Datl avtno.
ATCHMOIT. TOrKKA ASAXTA Ftltn-
I AKU1VK I.KAVK
OKTH XS klkT
No. 414 Hansay City aisrM
No.4UT Chicago vtl6u!il
No. 4- MttKourl Ktttr x-
No. 4S7 Knglewood iprfu
SOOTH A3D tttJt.
Nn. IW Oklahoma City and
No.t Caldwell and Pan.
No. 08 Ft. Worth. Ualvu
ton iad Tss iprrw. .
No. i Wichita Ijiprtiv
No. 4iT EncUwood teem.
Trolm msrked thu . dally
Train No. 111. Kaw City xprti(, runt tolldto
Koniaa C'lty.hai chair car rvic.
Train No. 4to romaa direct from flalvuton and U
atlirougli Chicago traln.leavlng WlchlU at IttZJpm
alid arrives lu (. eloago the next day at IMS p rs.
Train No. B h Ira recllnlnit chair car to Kan.
taiCMy Pullman to lantaa City, alio ta Top,
Atchlxua and be. Joseph.
iqtJtriixNT south ANn wgirr.
Train No 467. has Pullman aad chair can.
Train No. 4il has through Pullaaa car lo JC
orUi and Galaton.
Train No. 4U1 han racllnlog chair car from Kaaani
Ctty and topi at Wichita.
Cty Union llcket offlco Cor Jlaln and UtttrtcKanit
Union l'aasengar station corner Douglas and SlU
avenue. W. I). MlinnOCK. 1). P. A.
wtrntTA a wxsTKKNtt. "n
I Aiiuivte l turn
lioliig et, mmi. (dally J
doing "West, Iralght
doing L'aaC vaas , 7 40 a II
A P l
Uollig 138. IralghL I IHliAtli
Ltiioa 'iickit out cor Alain and lt ut, unloa
l'AucrbuUouciinerDonclaai Hh avanuas.
w.i. Hfinnooc. u. r.A.
Tlirouuh Chair Car to Omaha via tho Santa Fo
The Santa F route are now running n
through chair car to Omaha via Superior,
Neb., in connection with the Froinout,
Elkhorn and Miaaouri Valley railroad,
leaving Wichita nt 9 p. m. and arriving In
Omaha the nextevening at 5:20 p. m. Thin
tervicu will continue dnily.
fc3-tf W. D. MUKDOCK. D. P. A.
Winter Tourist Itatoa via The SnU rKonte.
The Santa Fa route have placed on ale
Winter Tourist ticket to the following
points: Autin, Corpus Chris ti. El Pano,
Galvoston, Houston. Lamjassas, Itock.
port, Sho Antonio, Texas, Deining, Lako
Valley. Las Cruces, Silver City and So
corro. New Mexico. Transit limit of 30
dnys In each direction, with final limit of
June 1, lfcfti Stop-over pririledges will bo
allowed within th limit ju each direc
tion. For additional information apply at
Union ticket office, 1M North ilaln, or
Dough" arence station
IJStf W. D. MUBPOCg. D. 1 A.
Rock Island calendars for the yer 18W
for free dUtriWutlon at the city ticket
ofllce, 100 corner Main aud Dougltu. Call
and uet one before tbey are all gone.
W. II. WieiiAirr,
City Ticket and P. Aat.,
d7tf Wichita, Kan.
For Kansas City, St. Ixu! and all point
eait take tbo Missouri I'nciflc railway
The hortst line to bt. LouI by 49 mllca
No change of cars of any kind ltwen
Wichita nd St. Louli. Only fifty hours
between Wichita aud New York City via
he Misonri Pacific rallwaj. City tlckej
thc VM ortIl Maiu strtsU 101 tf
Por Your Comfort.
Travelers to and from Utah will b
pUased to learn tbnt Pullman palcj
bleepers now run through, dally, wftbous
change, between Chicago and Ogden, over
Suntu Fe, Colorado Midland and Klo
Grande western lln wet-bound via
Colorado Spring," and east-bound via Col
orado Spring and Dener.
Tbe true scenic route; pltnty of time to
ee Manitoti and vicinity.
Double daily pfcenger service betweta
Denver and Ogden. .
Inquire of nearest Santa Fe rout tlcktS
itgent, for ratt, fcleeper reservation",
etc dl00 tf
When you go, lake tbe FrUeo Jlo to S
Louis and tbe cast for tbs reason that it 1
tb only WicblU line rnnninz two solid
trains dally without change of any class to
St. Loms morning and niifbt, and it is th
only line baring palace reclining chair and
Pullman aleepfntr cars In ni&rninic and
night trains. Always on time and sure of
making tasttrn co&ncctio&s at bt. Loan
unwn depot. tf
Wa Heartily iKomv4
The ntw route to Utah and northern Cali
fornia, via A. T. and S F aad Colorado
Midland, bcuie It is picturesque; It U
quick. It i always on time. Yu e Col
orado by daylight. Tbe new faa-t schedule
allows two hours for sight-aing a.
Manttou. Two daily panter train
tftcb way. Palace sleepers to Ozden, n
nectisg with Southern Pacific for Saa
We lo recommend the Santa F reote
through New Mexico and ArUcna to Jj
Anelea. San Dle:o and San Francisco,
a direct acd pieaaaat lij for winter
Excunten tickets may be boagbt golna
c line and rttnrnioc tbe otbex. i!2-tf
ok asd KS.
cod t!l yoar friends that the great Rock
Island route Is tbe only lin running frca
reclining cbair earn Ltw?,u Wichita and
Cbi&ago wKboat chanlnj: cars, earoute.
Our rate are a low ax th lowest otif
tftnr quick an tbe quickest, our setemmo
dittiows sorpaaved by none. liekts old
to ail points of America and banrsaa
cbeckM to det)catKa. Alo teniEp
ticket at lowrst rates to aad from all
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