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3fftje f&islriia ?ailg gagle: KecTwestag IKtfrttiugs August 31, 1892
The Receipts of Stock at the Wichita
Union Stock Yards for the Past 24
Hours Were: Cattle, 73; Hogs, 436;
Shipments: Cattle, 200. Sheep, none
Hogs, 71 ; Horses and Mul93, None.
Cattle market opened with a pood sup
jVy on sale. Buyers were interested and
bought the offerings quite readily. Every
thing good on the market sold well aud
some salesmen claimed strong, while most
of the stuff sold at steady prices. There
was a good demand and the market wus
active all day. A large per cent of the
offerings consisted of good grades, while
the balance were medium.
The quotations here prented are to triva the
tbijiperan Idea or l he ceneral ranse of prices. 1 ho
various classes and grades sell within the limits of
theso quotations, iicc online to the quality ot offer
ings and the stale of the daily markets, 'lheso quo
ltlon are only chanced when theie has been a
ermnnent change In the ceneral market. Tho
representative sales should ue t efetred to to cet tua
jcattve shipping steers. Kood to extra.. ...T3 7S 00
Licod to extra iiHtlve butcher-atoet a, lOW
Satlvo feedlncrsteerj. PUOrf&HBO pounds.... 'J Ui&Z 75
Native stocker. KOaSdO oounds 2 00-' 41)
Choice oovrs and helfert. - toUG'2 '25
lair to cood cows and heifers 1 (! '
Hulls and stacs J SUds- 25
Cannerc- 1 01 io
fcoalawacs 1 WZI '
2exas bteer 2 TiifJ Uj
The following are the representative sales of eat
tieatthe yada today:
So Description Ave. Price.
3 Feeders 9T5 2 00
IB FeedeM Hoi ' 00
3 Feeders 9t 2 OJ
1(5 blockers WT 1 Ui
11 Mockers H)7 1 :i
2 Cows 70 75
tl Cows 7TJ 1 40
,1 Cow 10SO SOT
i cow aio i no
1 COW 101!) 1 Ift
1 Cow. Kit) 2 110
1 Cow !W 1 M
2 Heifers bl() 2 (W
1 Heifer M0 1 20
5 Jielfers Mi 2 00
12 Heifers Tii 2(0
0 Heifers tiKi 2 00
4 Mock heifers 5-T 1 2j
1 null .1.'10 1 "J
1 Bull -&J0 1 U0
Hog market opened higher and active.
ZNlexico competed for the heavy hogs and
trading was active. Sales were made
quickly and everything found ready sale.
Sales today were made ten cents higher
than yesterday's market.
itr ntsnNTATivK sale1!.
1 he following urc the repreieatatlv salea of hogs
ot the jardb toduj :
Ko. Dock av. Price. No Dock A v. Price.
01 IX lb8 5 tO C7 4S0 b3 4 Tj
70 4J ISO 5 U) 12 40 2 5 4 70
43 120 2Jo 5 M 14 1S7 4 70
4 ... 218 4 M 27 8J J41 4 25
H .... liJ 4 M) 5 .... 1EJ 4 25
7 40 200 4 75
Good stock sheep. 80(1100 13 am 50
dood Mock ewe. 7U0tS0 2 50ft3 00
Gooltoextra netheis. 75S5 2 U0f HO
Good to extra lamlw 4 00 S 5 00
Hogs 10 cents higher.
Cattle market good and active today.
W. T. Niish of Lj'ons was a visitor at
the yards today. Mr. Nash is a plominent
business man at Lyons.
All good cattle lound good sale today
All desirable stuff is selling first rate,
Whlttaker and Mexico wtre both on the
market and weie active buyers.
The following shippers marketed stock
Harvey Grace, Cheney, bog.
J. C. Henrie, Beniou, cattle and hogs.
J, M. Carpenter, El Dorado, hogs.
H. W. Myers, Home, hogs.
George Axley, Rome, cattle.
J. M. BatcliU.', Cunningham, cattle.
J. H. Locknrd. Medicine .Lodge, cattle.
"WichftA Uralu .Market.
Wichita. Auc CO.
followinc are tho closing quotations:
GltAlN tar lot-ton truck.
- OK.N-White, 40(il2c.
tOKN follow, Sdc
HAY baled. 1 4 001 50 per ton; loose. 14 K)5 00.
(illOCXl) cOl( Chopin uu lots. 75e per W0
round-; torn and oats, boc per 100 pounds, bran.
bmAid. (ac per 100 pounds. .
t LAXbtiiD L5M.7UC
Wichita 1'ruduce Market.
Wichita. Auc. SO
FliC-tnt Hichevt patent, ?1 SO; second patent.
M 75; extra fauty. tl (j5.
ilUrii.lt rir&t creamery, 15c: other grades, lo
LUGb-10(812c per dozen.
1 Ol;li K - lloosler.s, l 60A2 00 per dozen or 3c
lei pound, henx, $2 OJ.2 60 per dozen or be per
Jiouuiu bin inj; chickens f I '0(3.2 50 per dozen or inc
Jtt-r pound; turkejs, "(Sfcc Jel pound. IJCCKs teal
I 2a; muliard, li 75 per dozen. ou? cease, sc per
1'oTATOh.S-Choice. 6575c per buMieL,
APPL1.S-M 10 per Dnirel.
tOAU-Alitiiincite. tllffl; Canos City. JS00; Weir
l"ltj,?K. Honunac. 14 60; Putshurj:, H 50; llli
Uois. JO 00; 3lL.Iebtel. V 00.
LIVE ST00E MAEBGT.
Kansas Citt. Aup no. CATTLE Receipts 6400.
Bhipinentsj-.OU. Steer strong to 10c higher, cows
iS;10c hlclier, feeders stead) tootioiiR. 'tcxaicow
and steers st rone to 6c ho higher, bales: Uiesed
lieef and vhlpplng btiers t2 0034 so. cows mid
lieilurs f 1 602 40, 1 ex.i and Indian Mteis S? U'Hfc
8 10, 'lexas and lndl.iu cou tl 6tf3,2 10. Mockers aud
feeders 1i &03 00. llUQs Hocelpts TAW, hlpiueuts
J JO. Market acto and 53i5c higher,
closing weak. Kanged $5 ii),j 45, bulk
6 05ff5 2719 bllEEP ltecelpts WW. shlpuieuts
31arkct steady. Muttons (4 3j.
isT. Louis. Aug. CO. CATTI,E Heceipts 500.
BhlpmentK lt-OOL Jlarl.et steady to stioug. Steel 3
53 lO.rf.4 75. 'lexas i-teero 2 oV3i3 25 nOG Kecelpts
200, shipuienlt, HU. Market luc higher. Heavy tb llki
6 4it, pncklnc it S53.. J5, light a H5 35. aIIKKI
l.'c-telpta 17U). ilpuienta 4U0. Market slioii--.
jallesi3 5liG5 25.
CHti AGO. Aug. 2D-CATTLE lteceipts SO). ship
ments 25(0. laiLet active Sleets o tlxsa W.
1 eaans (2 53 l)5,rangers hi O0i3t .O covts 1 .Vii.NJ
1IOOS lteolpn lU.Uiu shipnents 30OX M.uLet
fairly active and higher. Hough packers t4 75
4 Hi, mixed ?5 15(5 M, butchers to 3juJ5 5, ligbt
5 U.J3 co, graMri 4 504 85. SHLt.1' lteceipts
0,000, bhlpuiuuu 2000. Market Mead.
MABEETS BY TELEGBAPE
cw York. Produce.
Xv.w York, Aug, to.
COl'i'hi: bpot KIo bttady; No 7. UJic.
Jtew York Money.
Xiw Yonic. Aug. ro,
Monej on call eay.closlng offered 2t per cent.
Prime mercantile rifer 4(26 per cent.
Lxchuuge easy nt H noi lor alxty-day bills and
4 S fordemaua.
Touaale of stocks today 150,100 shares.
bu Louis I'rcdccc
t. Louis. Ang. SO.
FLOUR-Weak. dull. Tatonti, J3 70 SO extra
faiuy ti 4o.s io, fancy a 5isS 2j. choic 2 40&2 m).
laniily 2 21,3 30.
N hPAT -Cajh, 7CS70Jtc
CORK Ca.h 4:a47UC
HAY Lower. Fancy timothy SSOOal&CQ.
hoi. e to gilt igo prairie J7 50S 5a. w uu.
BLTTLK-Retter, treumery 2uS25c dkiry Jtic.
COItN MEAL-Steady. t2SiJ2tO.
PORK standard mess, 11125.
AUT1CLCS. ltecelptt ShlpuieuU.
Wheat IfSOT) 129000
Com ;.ut 12 too
Pat- ... 7..KX1 5U.OJ0
Chicago Giaill aild X'rodnce.
CHICAGO. Aug. 30.
Poik L er.
lhe leading futures ranged as follows:
"HEAT August 75c. December TSHc Sep.
LOR.N August tCHc. September 5c5a
A?,-An,:,,Nl 3a.c "-cptember 3l?ic
1 Oltlv-bvptember 10 35.
J AKi ept ember 17 (S.
Ch quomUons weieu follows:
l OitN KCtc
JL C CAMPBELL,
ELDEIDGE & CA11PBELL,
FENT ON APPLICA
OLDKST FIRM AT THE YARDS.
R. r. BKAN, T. B- PRESTON
Oflice. Cattle Falesman.
J. B. BLEAKMORE, Hofj Salesman.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MEHGHANTS
"N7I CHITA, KAN,
Keference. W lchlta Baiil.h. Ofhce, Stock Yards
CATTLE, HOGS AUD SHEEP
HEALY & MOORE,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCH'TS
Union Stock Yards. "Wicltita, Kan.
Correfcpnndence solicited. Jlnrket by Eagle or
Drover's N'ews sent free. Wo hare s vera! stock
lunches fortate che.ip. 07
Billings, Williams & Co
We engage in no speculation, but
devote our time aud capital to the in
terest of our cubtomers.
Consign youralock to us. Union
Stock Yards. Wjcliita, Kan, 90-tf
J. O. Davidson. Prest. J. C Dehst, Cash.
FImX 1 (r.'k.
11UTTEK-Fim.er. Creamery 1625e, dairy
16t c. western H0,2c.
sL'uak-atettdv. Cut loat ilic, cranulated
iic, standard A ic
I'UKK Cash tlU Aitaid S14.
LAKD-Cnsh 7 C&7 6
bhitRT I(Itts i Tib,, 60.
1KY SALT SHOUL.UEUS-J6 90 d7 fXL
bllOKT CLEAR falDhb .7 J3,7 So.
K. W. ELDRIDGE.
AKIICI.ES. JtecdpU. bhlpments.
Wheat 335 0110 3J5 000
Corn 17').O0U iSf.OiH)
Out.-. aaT) U4i 2?2 00U
Kansas City I'rndtice.
Kansas Citt, Aug. 30.
FLOUR Firm and in good demand. Patents
2 O0 i bo. exua fancr -l W'2 '2b, fancy $2 Uoa2 15,
choice tl 00,2 (X). X.X 1 -'i LU.
II hAT-Xo 2 red. W'-sSKc.
CORN No. - nuxed. 4oHS4bC
OATS-No 2 mixed, 28
cHUESE bteady. Younc America 10c, Kansas
HAY Firm. Timothy 19 00. fancy pralrlo to 00
FLAXSEED Steady at 85c on a basis of pure.
articles. Receipts, Shipments.
Wheat " K5000 frS.OfO
Corn 5.O1.O 10.000
OatH X.... '-M11K; .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
w. E. Stanlbt. j. e. nniiE.
STANLEY C ITTTMJJ.
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETTy
Lawyer. Rooms 2, 1 and 6 203 X. Main St.. Wlch Ita.
JOUZ W.ADAMO. O. W.AUAU3
ATjlMS P A J) A JUS,
At(orJieyalLaw. Offl.e. tlist stairway eait or tha
Wichita National lliuik. ihUtf
O. R. Wibkino, "U'. S. Leeds.
WIJUZIXG Q LEEDS,
114 North Main Street, over Hjde & Hum
ble's Book Store. Tteth Extracted Free of
Dli. B. Ir. BOYJD.
Trill administer Dr. Snyder's treatment for Obesity
at the Chlcaco Medical and Surplcal Institute,
E. 11. CBEDTTOB,
344 North Main Street,
jr. C. WTLSOX, LEXTIST.
Teeth extracted by Electricity with
318 East Douglas. Full upper set
teeth $5.00, 35-tf
If'EXDEL 0 XEUJLAX.
(Residence 1TW S. Market) (Residence 709 K. Waco.)
German Physicians and Surpeono.
Office 235 X. Main St. Hours 8-10 a. m. and 2-5 p.
m. Chronic Diseases, Fnnaie Diioaes and Obstet
rics a specialty. All surc-cal opera tlons perform
JDB. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and Children dleae a peclaltT.
Rome for ladies durlnc confinement, strictly pn
Tate trhen o desired, also permanent homes pro
Mded lor children vrhen desli-ed. Letters of inqu'
rj confidential and aswered promptly Uome 711
Ida Avenue, Wichita. Kansits.
J. L.HAYS, M. J.
124 Douclas Te.. WIchiuu Kan. Practice limited to
Kye. Ear. Nee. Throat, and fittlncSpectacles, 7T-tf
E. E. JTAM1LTOX. M. D.,
127 :N. Market St.
SPECIALTIES: Eye,Ear,Nose and
Throat. d 11-tf
Office hours ! to 10 n. m, 1 to 4 p. in.
Sunday, 9 to 3 0:80 a. in. 117 2s Main
St. .Manhattan lintel.
E. Y. MUNSETjL, 2. D.
Medical nnrt anrctfot '1t
euses of Eye. Ear. No-se. luid
TliroaU RemoTal of facial
and other lilemlshes: andnt
liUKpectaclen. OOlce and residence, 1300
Abstracter, Conveyancer h HotaryPub
Fine drauclitljiK a fpecinlty. Complete abstracti
to any iRnd In bedewick -county. Ofdce, just at right
cf Trest entratice. Main j-tieet. New Court l)ou-o.
first Iloor. Prompt berries cuarauteed. lelephon
BOG Eli S..
1 he Phntncrapher. I'lctures In nil siriand strl
II also catrlu t lie finest stKsortinentof ulctir
miio In the city, blvo liliu a lilendly uul aup
TV. E. HUTTMAXX,
Successor to Reed k Millard,
General Insurance Agt
Corner Main and Douslai ave., tinder Citizens
Bank. Wichita, Kan. 153
MliS. Jr. F. J uxx,
Teacher of Voice Culture and Ptauo. Fall
term begins Wednesdav. September 7. Rooms
416 and 418. Sedgwick building. 90-tf
MOZABT SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
Miss IdaSperry teaches guitar, man
dolin and banjo. Kooni 17, Bitting
Block. 67 tf
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Students may enter at any time.
For terms apply to
A. "W. SICKNER, Musical Director.
407 E. Douglas, AVicliita Kans. 67 tf
REAL ESTATE AGKENTS
Frku w. Israel.
R. C. JSREAL.
Real Estate and Eents.
1 o bay Wichita city property or Sedgwick coanty
land ut pienent prices, meuns larse returns on your
money. Wichita with her stock aud other indus
tries, is Just in her Infancy, and such bursal us as wo
can now offer were neer offeied before. All huvlnij
business, in onr line are invited tocall or correspond.
The Wichita inleiests of lun-residents properly
and faithfully cmed for. OOice iotond floor 125
orth Murket. Israel BulUUnc. d Otf
miLLirs e bjjtllifs,
Foeiiltnl utinniuiodiitiotia. tollf by Telepiion
lelecraph or Mail will iccelv prompt atlcntio
Onico Mo. IN 1.. ) uy rente me. uflRe lelepiio
o. TJ. hctldence 'J eltpdoLe Iso. lit. di'J tl w7
Cures Piley, Fis
tula, Fissure and
aii diseases of the
tics or detention
from bn si lies1.
.-si-s, cures vxnaran-
.N!teed. iNo money
iv uf )iuu until pa
tient is cured.
es in both sexes
quickly and radical
l" V li UMIT3U 111 HIO
shortest time and on the most reasonable
term1? without the use of dangerous drugs.
Femnle Ailments in all forms, as Leu
corrhoea, Painful Periods, Suppiession,
Etc., a (.pecialty.
Aloles nnd Facial Blemishes removed
Indolent Ulcers and skin diseases
quickly and permanently cured.
Medicine Furnished in all cases.
Consultation Free, confidential and in
vited. Office open from S o'clock a. m., until 7
o'clock p. m., Sunday until 1:30 o'clock p.
m. Call at oflice over Woodman's bank.
Or, J. E,
143 K Main St
The cominc: Grand Army encampmen
at Washington in September piomises to
be the largest ever held, and more old
soldiers will he in liue than at any time
since the close of the war. Particular in
terest is beiufi aroused from the fact tht
the G. A. R., have nerer visited Washing
ton since the grand review just befcre be
ing mustered out to service. To add to
the enjoyment of the encampment a series
of very cheap excursions have been ar
ranged t Richmond and the histoiic bat
tleiield of Virginia.
As tickets will be -old to Washington
with a limit of Oct., 12th returning it will
enable parties to make a good long visit in
the east and start home in lime to stop in
Chicago and take in the wot id's fair dedi
cation ceremonies which v ill occur Oct.,
11th and 12th. At the same time there
will bean encampmrnt and grand review
of the national guards from every state
in the union. "It being estimated that
there will be 50,000 militia in lint.
The G. A. R. of Southwestern Kansas
are already talking up the trip and Mr. J.
T. McMillan and H. D. Heiserman are or
ganizing a party. Through chair cars
and sleepers will run from Wichita with
out change and Pullman tourist sleeping
cars have been chartered both for the trip
aud for sleepiug quarters during the stay
in Washimrtou. The expense of the latter
will be only 7oc per day for a double berth
which can be occupied by two people if
preferred, The fare will be cheap and it
you want to join the crowd address the
gentleman above named who will reserve
sleeping car accommodations and give
you all the information possible. -Uif
When you go, take the Frico line to S
Louis and the east for the reason that it h
the only Wichita line running two solid
trains daily without change ot any class to
St. Louis morning and night, and it is the
only line having palace reclining chair and
Pullman f-lecping cars in morning and
night trains. Always on time and sure ot
making eastern connections at tc. Loais
union depot. "4tf
"M hen Knl::hts were Hold.
Everybodv remembers the old song.
about: "In davs of old, when knights were
bold." " j
li you wiu as careimiy recoi.eci. toe iact
that the Santa Fe route is the best line to
Kansas City, for the Knights of Pythias
encampment, Aug. 23 to 27, it will be for
tunate for all concerned.
Our track i only two blocks from the
grouud. Ticket at one fare for the round
trip. Call on load agent A. T. & S. F. R.
R.. for information about dates of sale,
etc, and write to G. T. Nicholson. G. P. &
T. A.. Topeka, Kan., for free copy of cir
cular containing engraved map ot Kan-afl
anta Fc Konie fxrnmlon li t.
Kanas City and leturn S&15 Tickets
on aie August 20 to Z53 with final limit
Washington. D. C, an d return one fare
for the round trip. Tickets on ssle Sep
tember 12th, to ISth, good to return until
Portland, Ore., and return $0 00.
Tickets on Palo September 10tb. to 15th,
with a special limit of CO days. For other
information cali or address
W. D. Mup.dock, D. P. A.
15S North Main street.
O. A. J3eow Passenger Sutton, do." tf
Go east via the "New Short line. Mi
souri Pacilic "Pleasant flill ront'
Through sleeping and chair cars without
change Wicbit. to St. LohU. 5Sd it
Peculiarities of the Greatest Lake
on the African Continent.
Beaarlcablo Phenomena Witnessed in the
Eefflon of This Noted Body of
Water Visited by Violent
Ernest Gedge, who has spent consid
erable time on and around Victoria JTy
anza, has made some interesting' ob
servations on the lake, which is the
largest in Africa, says the New York
Sun. Although it has been visited by a
number of explorers it is not very ac
curately mapped yet. Mr. Gedge says
the appearance of the lake suggests the
formation at some remote period of a
vast trough or valley. The shares on
the west side give striking indications
of that, especially in Karagwe, where
the cliffs are perpendicular, with deep
water close in shore. Nothing on the
eastern or southern shores suggests
volcanic action. On the northern shore
are outcrops of lava blocks.
The main visible sources of the water
supply are from three rivers, which, al
though discharging continually a cer
tain amount of water into the lake, are of
no great size except during the rainy
Beacon, and they appear to be totally
inadequate to maintain the equilibrium
of the lake, when it is considered that a
large volume is carried off" constantly
by the Nile, and that the loss through
evaporation from so large an area must
bo great. It is probable, therefore,
that the lake derives a great deal of
water from springs. The lake has
great depth in places. The water is
fresh-and. clear, although fiat and in
sipid to the taste. Fish are numerous
and are caught mostly with rod and
line. Hippopotami are not very numer
ous, as they confine themselves gen
erally to the coast and rivers. Those
that are found in tho lake are extreme
ly vicious, and are much feared by the
canoemen along the northern shores,
who, strange to say, are unable to
swim. That is, no doubt, due largely
to the fact that the lake is infected with
alligators, and it is dangerous for any
one to enter its waters.
Cyclone storms of great violence oc
cur at certain seasons, and are danger
ous to small craft. The storms occur
usually at daybreak. They are accom
panied by much thunder and lightning.
Following the coast line for a time they
sweep across the lake, raising a tremen
dous sea, and on several of Mr. Gedge's
journeys his party was in great danger
One of the most remarkable phenom
ena he witnessed was the apparent tide
that is observed at irregular intervals,
the waves opening in and overflowing
the beach in exactly tho same way as
the tide on the seashore, the rise and
fall lasting from a half hour to an
hour or more. This has occurred
during a comparative calm, while at
other times, although a strong gale was
setting on shore, Gedge did not notice
any difference in the lake's level. He
therefore thinks that the phenomenon
is not attributable entirely to the wind
backing up the water.
Another curious feature is the peri
odical rise and fall which, according to
tho natives, takes place every twenty
five years, and is indicated by the water
marks on rthe stones. At the time of
his visit the lake was between eight and
nine feet below low-water mark, and
the people said that certain lands under
cultivation then would be flooded again
in due season, and that the peninsula
on which his camp was pitched would
become an island. Similar changes of
level have been noticed in Lake
Tanganyika and Lake Nyassa, and it is
very desirable 4hat continuous observa
tions should be made in order to define
the real character of the changes.
WHY WOMAN HIDES HER AGE.
Sobody Has Been Sharp Enough to Dis
cover Until JSTovr.
'Til tell you why it is we women hide
onr ages," said one of the sex to a New
York World man the other day.
"Ninety-nine out of every hundred
women regard marriage as their one
end in life. Now it's a curious fact, but
true nevertheless, that a man as a rule
wants a young wife. Whatever his own.
age, his wife must bo young and at
tractive and all that. Besides, if a
woman is married when 6he is getting!
on in life, it's only thrown in her face.
People say unkind things about her.
She is charged with a desire to marry
any one, or some may say that she has
set her cap for the man she married be
cause she feared to be an old maid.
"Women, too, are at their best at
thirty. Men don't think so, however,
ind so they are obliged to keep their
ages down to the limit set by their mas
ters. "These two reasons a desire to com
ply with the men's arbitrary standard
and a fear lest their own sex may say
spiteful things if they marry when nc
longer in their teens have led women
Into the habit of falsifying their ages.
"Secondary reasons spring up from
these two. The younger girls of a fam
ily are often obliged to keep their ages"
down in order that their older sisters'
matrimonial chances may not be spoiled.
Sometimes an ambitious mother keepst
all her children's ages down in order,
that she herself may not appear too old.
"But as a rule, once married, a wom-i
sn's age progresses as nature intended
It should and she has a birthday every
Only m to Business.
"T hope yon don't associate with that
man I saw you speak to on the street
"Associate with him? What do you
take me for? That man, sir, is one of
the most rascally, corrupt, sneaking,
underhanded, low-down, villainous and
depraved scoundrels that ever managed
to keep out of jail."
"I know it. But why are you on
speaking terms with him at all?"
"Why, I'm er his lawyer." Chica
Fact About Head.
Intellectual strength and executive
ability are attributable to those who
have long heads. But a German scien
tist who made examination of the
cranial capacity of 5.000 soldiers at
Baden is of the opinion that the size of
the skull depends almost invariably on
the proportions of the body. Tall men
he found to always have long skulls, or
skulls of medium length, whereas short
fat men, as a rule, had round, fiat
Children Cn for Pitcher's Gaston
N L A t
TEE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
Tar foUtrwlac raxes under the different searings
will be ob&rzea.
JSTPayable Strictly in Advance.
No adrerti&ements talcea for less ihmx 10 cents.
Oae line Advertisements chaxeed suae rale as tn t
SO ADVERTISEMENTS TAKES" -IX) 11US US
Prices zl en nndsr classified beads In tills calmer,
applicable only to local advertisements. So forelfii
advertisements taken at priced riven.
Answers U advertisements ee&t In care of Ui
EAOX.E office should be called for Trttila 10 fori
after Insertion. Wnen advertisers vrlsii.replys for
warded to them sxanped envelopes nrostfon nt.
Reference to former Advertisement should glTt
inscription and (into of insertion or copy of the ud
ortl5e:nent should be sent.
Not responsible for advertisements given or dis.
continued by telephone.
A X TEBFFJUA LE If elf
Voder Uils liead 2c per line per dar.
ASTED-A COMPETENT GIRI. FOR GES-
erul housework at 115U Sorth Lawrence.
AVASTCD-GIRLi FOR GEVERAL HOCSE
' work. References requited. First door over
232 Sorth Main st. dS-2f
WA'-NED-AG1KI. FOR GKSEKAL HOUhE-
innrl.. ApDly mornings at T15 North Law
rence. Mrs C. W. Hitting. d39-tf
TA steda-GOD COOK WASHFK AVD
VV iro:iei; no housework. .Apply at 11JS Sorth
Topeka. & tf.
TASTKD-DINING ROOM GIRL. ASD DISH-
vvajher. City hotel. db. tt(
"VT ASTED-A GIRL FOR 0ESKRAL ROVSE
T? work. A jiplj at oflice of Southwestern Hazi
ness college or3oo& Hydraulic ave, dS2 tf
WANTED-GIliL IS SMALL FAMILY. EASY
place and good pay. Call at So. lttS North
Lawience ave or A) North Main St.
MRS. H. F. KNIGUT. dTS tf
7AXTKD A HOUSEKEEPER IS i-MALL
family. Must come well recommended and
be a good cook. A sood home to the risht perton.
Ac cl less civ ins references, C, E. J, Eagle ofhce.
WASTED-GIRL FOR GESERAL IlOUsE
work. References requiitd. Mrs. I:. H.
Roys. 1UT N Lavrtenco. d&j tf
W'AN'IL'D-A COMPE'IENTGIRJ FOR GES-
era! housework. CI1 on .Mrs. T. Fitch,
Riverside. dC6 tf
ANTED-A GIRL ATJ22 SOUTH LAWRENCE
ave. Lewis B. Solomon. bltf
WAS TED-SURSE OIRL WASTED AT, IKS S
Law-ence. dsl tf
M ibCtllu neons.
ANTED LADY CASVASSERS FOR A
icuuj teiixu ariicie. kvi ut ruom u. ucci
. hoteL UU0-3t'
Situations Wanted Female.
WASTED-A1GYKAR OLD COLORED GIRL
wantb to w ork lor her board and go to school
AddrcEb (S3 south Lu.v.ieute ave. UOU-ot
W A X TED MALE HELF.
VnUer tiim iitad 2C per Hue perday.
ASTED-A COMPETENT' MILLWRIGHT.
Apply at i-IdnUKo A. Campbell, block .trds.
Bookkeepers anil Clerks.
W ASTED-A FIRST CLASS BOOKKEEPER
who has had experience In the lumber busi
ness can secure a goou position by calling at tbe
oflice ot tbe lsouihestern Business collese. bSTt
"IV ANTED-C03IPETEST STESOGR A PHERS
M und bookkeeper who liesiio position, to
apply at the N.itloiml Accountants and bteiiograpb
n's uurciu. Omielor tliettatcs of ansus. C'olo
lado, Sebraskit, ML-souri .aid '1 , mi-, at tbe South
western Business college, W ithitii, Kan. dlltir
WAN1KD-BUt.INLSi MLS WHO ARE IN
need of steuompbers ornccouiitants ocail
on the N-tlc-inl Accountants und Stenograph?! 's
buiemi. ltiniich clhiv at the outhwrtcrii Uuju
tiess College. Mciiita. Kali. We usually liuve on
our application ll$-t tUoroucluy competent book
keepers ana stenographed, with lirt-class refer
ences. Help luuii&hcd free of charge. dlltif
Situations it anted Male.
WJA STE DsTtcXt1oSYXf7rSt" CLASS
t cook. Address Cook, this cilice. diC-tt
WANTED-POSITION' ASBOOK-KEEI'ER OR
1 1 other position of trut by u cuinpetent youtir
man o experience. Hlgbe&l of referauce elfin.
Address !?. a. care basic d!o-tr
TtrASTED-POSriION -& CI.LKK OR BOOK
T keeper by a competent younir man. Will
work cheap. Audi ess clerk. Ljl'Iw oniic. fe3 5t
A G EXTS If A XTJ-1D.
tinier this bead 2c per .tne perday.
1 1 1 i-nl l 1 riHl ? t er I1i-;.rrtiiy.
WA XTEDMlbCELLAXEO US
Lndtr this Lend .'c jor line vcr day.
"lyANTED-IO RENT A COSVES1ENT. MOD-
een house of 5 or 6 rocms with barn. Apply
to Drs. t-vereit aud son, 4( Last Douglas avenue,
ASTED-A CLAS5 WILL RE ORGANIZED
sept. t, at alrbnry shorthand school
WANTF.D-Firrv SOLICITORS TO SOLICIT
orders for bt line of goods in suteor
terrltorj. Men of joorcitynow inakw tlOperday.
see! IhCitnonnbut lve ientu netd apply. Brine
references. ouns ladies mate ti0 ir molith.
The choice of cities in Kai orMiourl rite
or apply at KB fccuth i opka avenue. Dr. .. L.
Chapman, coLerai macsKcr for Price fc Burk.
"lANTED-TO BORROW 1X) ON GfX)D IM-
proved ln..de proijty worth 2Jb 0 ill
jay ? percent lor oueear. call altoom Sorer IH
North Main. dK)-A
"WANfElJ-TO SELLA GOOD MlLCH COW.
'i .Mule colt ana nre six ears okl Uaii at
2l5?outh Topeka ave. K-U
ANTED-SMALL IRON FIRE-PHOOr SAKL.
Inquire airt& North vater st. rtK t I
fANTED-IF YOCWANT A BIBLE OF . Y !
tJnd, cheap, pie k s'nd yjr address tome (
and 1 win come ana rtejvu. Mary C, t-uch IS j
CfUiU AICUUC, U3bi-
VV' ANTE D-LA DIE T) KNOW FULE IX-
stractin will ctinre this weak at the
chool of scientific .aitorrag at Zzz N w thM-ia. rvoci
f ANTED-ENERGETIC YOUVO MEN ASD
women to preWite fw Jseratjve. ;xnitlo&a.
Fall tens opens sept. lih. Begitnts in sbortituid
and typewriting organized en Tcewlay morula
sept. us. soatiiwestcra Bnsls.e tottege tj n
sutntlon of horthand and lypewrlttng. cor. Docs
la and Topeka ateases. caur
rATED- FXRSISEED ROOMS FOR rTL-
oeiiia. swiUiHnttra uu-u,esji it. ei.e.
zr ti ivr nerrp. wt kw nrvtti i.
l .( reide.c property Call ftad as.
TtseerA -pexo.er.SS. lxggU. aveaog. dtS
ktep t J, Y1ficer
TO USE FOR ITS
ANTED-&j SOLICITOR.-. FOR PRICE &
rock nsxllest svJ. Osod Hve ojsfl atd
wenen cac get t-iir eiHpVjytwni eaocMtatg rc
the bst tine of good iUadsfA r the. vet.
moi.ry reislrel to -nag- wJCA a. C hav
choter of CJtl Jo Mle9rt of Kausa. Meaj -ouire
ai Mrs. Packer hwteL 3 S. Toprkaavesse.
H ichlu. Kaa- ur. r. L. liipmia gnerii atmtajtvr.
"AST ED-Tf HUT A FJRE PROOF SAFE
at 2M 4g w V-v irtKlUtg. su K
ANT ED-PE.HS WHO U 1 VE RCOX in
i trttarwtswWiUisiMsrjalieic ratn.-idi
ascas bfpajd J fmpi will je tt&on tfco
atbea; jan jtaaseav a j...iwr. ass at
TjiNTET-HfMB FR TOU0 MEN OR
V rirt.wbowsetitto wrt: fitr lieir boardisg
i-d go U tcbuoi. J. M. brUt?. Cu. SS.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
"V7 ANTED WE FURNISH bEALS OF ALL
kinds. Notary Public. lad?e and Corpora
tions. A 1j Notary Records and Blanks. Address
Wichita Eacle. WicHita. Kaa. d7 tr
FOB SALE Heal Estate.
TTOR SALL-SPECIALBARGAIS IN li A2f Olfij
JD acres. Both well Improved and cicse to
market, in Sedgwick coanty One at J1.00 and the
otiiet; at 5LSM .itso a 2U and acre tract, wry
cheap- an-1 - residence property at oce-hilf their
present worth, if you want to bay call and ee m;
lis vonr propcty If you want to sell. D. W . Mc
Cat.a. over 110 Sorth ilain street. diC-Jl
JXU SALL A FIRST CLASS WELL IM--L
proved 1CU acre farm it miles, from Mulze for
jacru J. W. Hudson
US&5tT Over FhUadelpala store.
I70RaLE CALLAXD SEE OUR L.1ST OF
hoa-es. to move.
Call and Fe our list of frm
Call and see our list or business prorrty.
dS7 (S 2sS EwtDoucUs.
CHtAP LOTS! CHE.VP HOL'&ES: MCSTBE
oid at once to pav deWs of bivlncs lunk;
-vacant lots cloe in; two dwelLnp tour rooms
each; nlo five acres bcuui.tul bottom land lor
gardens. Call and see property. Geo. H. Uiack
w elder. At'c'ttnee. at3!t
J VB SALE Miscellaneous.
I nder ll.H liend Tc ptr line perday
T'OR SALE-.V COLUMBIA LIGHT ROADS1KU
J -afety, cnnhion tire. used very littio and in Ut
poib! condition. Will sell cheap. Call at ail
West Douglas or address P. O. box liaclty.
I?OR SALE-OAK BED ROOM SET-PIECES-:
. Iire.erhasFreucii bevel mirror StxW. SUN
'1 opek.t ave. tf
I?o.: vLE-OSK PARLOR SUITE. HEATING
1 tove. household furniture and one single bus-S-Tr
and harness. Mrs W, W. Carter, 5:1 Wco.
"I?OU. SALE-GOOD FRESH MILCH COW AVD
J calf tvv o week old. JM U Doulaa ava. daa St'
F" OH saLE-a"IVROE FAMILY HOItsh.
good stylo and sate for lauies to drive. vltl
She lime M. c. CampbelL OiS Kl
1TORSALE-A DAIRY BUSINESS. ADDRESS
J? Dairr. Eacie office. uK tt
170R SALt-A CLEAN STOCKOF GROCERIES
JL? in & coed location ou a ndlroad. A larsce
country trade; the i hjht place for the right wan,
Ad(lre K, care Wichita Kusrle dM lUt
WR SALV-LMPI Y BARRELS AND TANKS.
FOR hALE A GOOD DRUM CYLINDER COT
trell A tons press, larjtc enough to put a ten
column p.tlier on, cheap for rash, or on time with
approved security, note liearlnc intetrst. lit run
at rate of 1,3X) to 1.JU) an hour. i:. P. Muidock,
MauHKer Eacle. daiA'f
IOi: &ALE MAPS OF IHh CtlY Of 1CHI
I ta, 5 cents each. Ad re Wichita Kicle.
IXlt SALh-.-CALE BUOKh. THREE hURMS
T Standard,.Hovealid alrbauks, six books J.T5
three books tUUl, siuelc books by mail t cents Ad
dress WlchlU Eale. Wichita, Kan d X, tf
1,'uK SALE-ONL flV, BV MAIL. THE MOs V
1 complete Attorney s Pocket Court Doc&et ever
publishea, UU cases. Adiiiess the Wichita facie,
J' OB EXC1LA XG 12.
riO EXCHANGL-CLiLVR LAL ESTATE IN
JL c omaliche county Pr a good residence of sit
or eight n ouis well located In lchlt. or for a
Keneral stock cf met chandUe Address U. II. fc.x
ch.me euro of Wichita Little. dsl h)l
J?OR EXCHASGESMALL HOUbE ASDTWO
. lots In 11 j tie's addition near Douglas, mortgagu
22b forcU.ir lots. Address K. U. luijc, Wichltn,
Kan. Jv) If
FOB BEXT Mouses.
I nder thin heud Ic per line perday.
fJ10K ItLST A TWELVE ROuM KLSI
Iti deuce on Sorth Topeka complete with all
modern Improvements. Inquire ut ii7 Soith Main
or Mil N orth 'I opeka. daa Ct
Folt REN 1 -GOOD SEVEN ROOM HOUsL
modern 'Ai2 North. Eiupuriu, LuquiruSi Noilh
porU. d: tt
-TOR RLNT-r-LVEKAL MCE RESIDENCES
1 in north part of tit); L. W. Clapp, oidcoutt
house. dM Kit
TOR REST A TWELVE ROOM RESIDENCE
X? ou North 'topeka compielu vtllh all modern
improvements, niuuttoat 1U7 Sorth Main or
North topeka. dTa Uu
TJoTritEM -SL VtlfAL GOOD IIOUslJs CLOSE
JJ in. Call at 'Ml N Main St, H.r. KuigilC
FOB BEXT Booms.
Llidertbls Leud Zc per llneper.Iay.
! td rooms at '2.3 S Emporia. USo ct
1TOR REM THE MO&T DKSIRAliLESt IT OF
; rooms in th city location considered l.w
quire at o21 N. '1 opeka avenue, Man ana wile pse
icrrtd. d M ot
17IOR REST-A WELL FURSlHLD JTRUNT
; room; down stairs; close In to rent at Ix Uol
lurs pur mouth in u quiet family of two; good iKiani
next door. Call at SiiNortn Market street. ilstU
l?OR RKNT-TV.'o PLEASANT FLRNI-.HKD
JJ rooms. lSCN. lopeka- ds; tt
I' About 15 Second floor rooms on Douglas ave.
between Lawrence and loseka uvea. R. li, Rojs,
over .'ID L Douglas. IU tl
I7UR RES I SMALL BRICK bTORE ROOM
JO near Douglas on s La wiencc. So. 110. 16 rooms
in Richlaud block, oicce rooms over the Loudon
lalliiw. Barnes A S'evvcomb. Music liouv. c if
J OB BEX T Miscellaneous.
Under this hnd :o par llnu periiny.
rr0 LET-UPIMOHT PIASO AT 21 S. WAS1I
JL iugton avenut. db7 w
J70R RENT-WELL IMPROVED 70 ACRE
-L Linn but three miles from center of Wichita,
lor cash. H. F. Knlcbt. :iu N Main street, ustf
nflei this bead "c ter line periivr
1?OR TRADE-ONE Si'AN' OF ML LBS. 3
horses and 12 head of cat' le and iiw iuoiir,
want a nice ho oe in Wichita; prefer 5 or a lu aero
lot with some improvements, l'or particular d
dresN lock box 11, Dei by, Kan. lias Ut
ruder tills bead Ic per line par day.
1 OS1 PENSION CERTIFICATE I LOST MY
JLJ pension certificate' So. 2&.tldat Feb. 19 .
on or alKHit the fifteenth day of Aug. '.. sumewhero
on Main vt. In the city or W ichl a. n. Any per
son finding aud returning the .taie to my residence
'J.b Sorth vVHkhlngion avenue will L libaraliy re
warded, banlord sparks, Co. II. VI k Vol. Int.
O&T-A GOLD WATCH STEM. FINDER
J please leave at this oflice. dto t
Under this head 2c per line per day.
STB A YE IK
Under l'l l"'1 o ter ilM per j1t.
tTiayeda Pyea it "oiTiwuV'si arsC "j
bltf ankles, ttor, shod all around, lpkM
iiTBUe llvry. oW-t
I t ier llil" bead ?c ler Una rr rtay.
rrAKr:N up-at ha a. Water a bkowk
JL pony owner cn have muus by prorlK
property and paying charges. l!
ri HE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER, LaT
1 ax bimI UC (.allgraph tli each. llalL 16,
Cde4l. tlis nt book ;v-alt l-spiHlehenp Stut
li, Fa2d. MjfjthKeiSem agent, lw ttsoograper
and notary (rcWic dlU
' ABT AXD M US It'.
ttder thi head Jc pr Mn por day.
J J S CEL LA X HO US.
1 i.der tJ l 4 ?c r- Mn fr y
It uV WAST TO e-.l.L OCK ltKjl'HKTY
IKK. with lucierA tvt. 3B E, lMmztt.
atmoe. i& Ot
J HAVE SOME READ? CB1I A.XD WOULD
X HeUgM)t twlbw K r)kpqc4i4
jrtr tht h grtl jxywc tecrUu.at- trwtuf?.i
XabWAit. AiMtM C.Ui).e4it V.'ktt Exlge.
I 7 TOU WaST a IHM'E TO MOVE K OCR
L Jb4. "1 acr A bpracw. 3C Eat tMMgk ae.
rf'HE WRSTKKX SCHOOL OF KLOCrTlN
JL and tttUitrj m vytm rptetmla: k ricuwea la
eawittHNC tiMiorU aa4 ontarjr V
IEilOVALNtT Ct-IHK WICS1TA PAl'RK
a Box factory teu kasi rasS tottiS Mar
ket t, Srd ttoar F. M. CatAD. JCT. a.
GEXEBA L sTO 11 A i E.
tJTORA.fc - I3C10S WAREHOtK. XKVT
aveBeaJU(hana e et C3M IC U. lxx.
T IM JiA2CE & JaI7W.. m Jl Al.s
Li re4 aaBy - att. plomfs 4
vumui wtJrfc-.: s&4omll
Mu.T11rtlA-, a h .tt?i
htM aasMlS. JKMMMt. MOW. MM t wm4
-cutit. WtT ; a 5 . :.
J v tm---'r3t.lr 7 J ija.
CjaOKT TlB XOKET rQVAiVS uvn
K ity. t. 1m ft mf aJ ejessrUj
TtAC:slc rt. K.V. liati. W CSS C
iilSSOLTIU PACiriC R. R.
St. LonU Mall and Express.... I i& P M
Kansas City Express... j i-flO a M
Kiowa Express. f &3p u
Kiowa Mixed jll-ii AM
WirniTA ANT COLORADO. '
Colorado Mail nad Express. .... Ill U A M
Coiorado Mixed . ....... ...... i 7.31 p V
Depot Second and Wichita streeuc. ticket offlcsS
East Douchv Ave. E. E. Bi.eck it
rncet and Ticket A gns.
vims taulk cuituno, r.ocsr istAsa iACirtJ
(Great Rock Island Ront.,,J
In effect on and ftr May 1. IS.
TKA1X. t AtUUVE t LKAVK r
COINO XOItTH AND KAT. -
So. 5 Colorado Sprtnes
Denver and Pacific Coast .
Expredailv BJ0AM SiSAM
So t Kansas City St. taxiii 7t
and ChlcaiTrt. Throueh
Mail and ex. dally 150 AM tUxu
No 4 Kna City '-t Lonl . jJ
anl Chlcaco nl:ht ex. j
duly 9MrJ 5ipvt -&
Np. a AccomtnndaUoa, i
dall) . except Sun-lny 1225am K!3rt 1
GOING sotTtl. "" 'i
So. 7KenaGltyft. Louis J
and Chlcaco ex. dally .. .. C25AU S0a XI ,
So.1 Kansas City bt. Lonli "3
and Chicago thronch wall '3
acdex. diily 6S5rM TCDpR
So. tl Accommodption daily CA
exceptsnndav . . !3pm !gp h ,
Flecatit recllninc chair cars on all trains, ant
rnllman leeper frntn Wichita to Kanmcs City ana
CMcacn without clianco on clcht trains. Tickett
fold and bassraga checked throath to sllpolnti
Dorth. south, east aud weat, and steamship Ucts
foM in all Enronean jmlnts at lowest rates. City
ticket office 10) East Dougta avanus. coraar Main
trvet; iasencer station corstr Douslas and Ma4.
avenues. Telephone Yi.
W. H. WtWART, Ticket Atraat.
Jvo. Sebastian. G. t. p. a. chlcaco. III.
t-T. lanrt A tJAN rANClPCO tt. 1.
N'o. 1. (Solnsr 7e5t. ja (to
No. X Golne weL pastencr
ittops at Burrtonk .... .
tM p vt
-ru.t.viO!iiu rsi, paasencer .
No.?. Golne East, pasenceri
Train marked thu ntn dally.
Weil bound train. Ho. ). has Pnllman rsr.
Weit bound train. No. .connect at Bnrrtaa for
rueblo. Sew Mexico and Southern California.
East bound. No. I.Ms a tolld train to M. Lfluli
t 11 ti chair car and PnUinati sleepr. make cennso
lion for Ft. Mntth. Littio Heck and Part. Taza
1 t oonnd. No. 2. ntsht evpress t SU Louis, has
tree recltninr chair car aiid Pullman sleeper.
nty Unlen Tlckal oR3c. Cor Malu and lt atr;
and Union Deoot Douglas avsaoa.
atcmisov. TorkitA A santa rniu
TIIAIV1. I AWttlVK I I.KATM
NtlltTU ANI KAST.
So. lit Knnaa City expre 23 XI TS0 A U
So. 4tcf Chlcaco vctlbulil
express U06a J UlOA't
N..6 Missouri River ex.
prea CUfll lOOOPvt
So. 1ST Kuslewnod eiprr JUrU atopohsf
COCTII ANIi WK.HT.
So. IIT7 Oklahoma City and
Oklahoma xpre . T2&AM '.Xt
So 4trr Caldwell and Patt-
hntidls expref... . . . t25ll 730 AM
StclH. tt. Worth. ClalTe.
touand Teiasexprasa. . 53&PM 6i5rt
So. 15 Wkhltn Exptesv 13JPM alup!ifi
Ho. T Enclewvod accm. I f3Av
Trains mnrVedthiia dally.
KqpiFMwrjfottTH Axn kat.
TrnlnSo.ill. Kanaas City exprss-s run tolldta
Kansaa City, lias halr car service
Train So. tX eomeo direct from f!alveton and U
s through Chtraco trin.1eavliic VTlchltA attl.ttti nt
and arrives In Ceiiairo tbe next day at Wit a lu.
Train No. 408 hke frea recllnlnr chair car lo Kan
tssCKy Pnllmnn to Kr, City.
Train So 4117, hs Pullman and chair ear.
Train No. 40ft Has throutli chair and rulltnatt
car a. rX W orth and aa)veten
Train So. 413 has redlining chair car from Kaatss
City and stoivi at Wichita.
I lty L'niott llthet ofOce Cor Main andlt atraeCmd
I nion PanMiUar SUilloa corner Dauclss andUU
avenue. W. D. MURDCK. D. P. A.
WlClirTA A WSaTXRNM.f
AltHIVK ( ltA
t.oliic West. paa. (daily)
(iollic VTeat. Ireleht
(Joins hast, freight.
IIUIHfe fl.1, IIBlfcMm ......I w J. W. .... .,.
I iiiim ticket olUce Cor ilalu and 1st strsst. Unluu
1 ancuer statlou curlier Donrlas and tth avsuuas
11 SUA M
w.i. atDMiiucx. u. r.A.
Tourist Kstea to Colorado and Utah.
Tourist tickets will be on aale for Don
ver, Colorado Springs. Pueblo. Trlnidiul,
S.tlt Lake City, Ogtleti fttid other Utnh
autl Colorado stimuior resourt, from Jutiw
1 until fceptPDibcr 30, limited for return
pas-uipe to and lucludinc October JJI, ISfri.
Take the Jliotiri Pacific ndlvvny trnitt
envinii here iu the evening, which nrrivw
in Pueblo nrxt nioruing, thu ptu"Ini;
tiirniiKh tle mountains io day lljiht. Thin
trjtin is equipped with elctfuut cbitlr car
of the latest dcslun. Pullmnu aleeplu
can if desired. K. K. BleCKLKT, P. & T.
A , 224 l-st Dcut;lus Ave. Missouri Pa
ciU mi I way. da
A MaciiiCcent 1 rain for Chicago via r.ant l'o
IavliiR Wichita at 11:03 a. m arrlvlqg
in Chicago 9:15 u. iu. next day. Veatlbulod
llarvcAt 1 xcnntonN lo Tmj via the Santa Ko
On Aug. 80th, Sept. LTth and Oct. 22d
the Santa I'd Kouto vlll sell ejciirlon
tickets to all points In Texas at one lowest
first-clicsB fare for the round trip, with
final limit of twenty days from dnto of
sale. I'or further information call ou or .
address V. D. Mt'RDOCK,
Ulstrlci PaMcntfer afcent,
8iU So 153 North Alain street.
Have you tried the McEnni floor mndo
out of the lineit new wheat? If not tio so
tv lth jour next, baking. fi-'i Gt
For Kanai City, Ft. Jx)uisandallpolnt
PHht lakn the .Missouri pKciflc rntlwMy
The f-hoitcht llti to bL Ixuis by IS miles
No change of airs of any kind between
Wichita and M. Lotil Only Mlty hour
between Wlch lla and Srvr 1 ork City via
i he MlfMiuri Pauiflc railway. City ticket
oflice rii Kast Douglas Ave. lOlt tf
J A l.U rESl 1 V 1TI ts.
frU Lnnls Extend a Cordial Weieorna to AIL
The city of St. LouU bos Ix'com famou
the country over through the agency of
her annual Fall Festivities, and from that
source ha gained ibn sobriquet of tho
"Carnival City of America. "
For tbe khaod of JfeW all prevIouefTrta
In the lino ' of entertainment will bs
ecliped. The great fat, Louis Kxposltlon
will throw Ita door open lo tho public
Wednewlay, pt. 7. and vrjJl continue to
entertain and delight thousands during a
period extending over forty day. Oaeof
tbe chief attractions announced by tho
management Is the engagement of Colonel
P. fa. Gilmorc and Ms world-renowned
band, one hundred strong. The illnmlna
tioo by s and electricity of the etteeU
will extend over a larger are and h on a
grander scale than any similar exhibition
ever attempted in the world. Tbe thirty-
cond grwit St. Loui Fair snd ZoolegicHl
Gjrdens, Oct. S to f, wboe froe ba
been heralded broadcast, will im outs
of the main attraction of that wo-k.
and, as has been customary for
tbe last thirteen years th Veiled Prophet
will again apDearinhis favorite city, on
tbe evening of Tuesday, Oftoler 4. TLe
itotel acommodatiofs Krf fat. Ixtds bve
been rnatrially locreswd sine last year
and strangers ar tusured of hospitabl
Tbe 31 oiri Pacific railway vrlta Ita
vat net-work of Mow extending over tb
MAlei of lllssoori, Ka&saw, Nebraaka.
Colorado, Indian Territory, Arkanaaa, tt
we-c wsfltb iiEdMuihwei:, fn order to en
corse travel, bnve made a remarkably
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?9r I other laforn.S.in relative to dales
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