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ffoe tHSxcWta gailg gagle: lucstlag Ptontiug, fje&ruarg 13, 1894.
KAISING THE DUTY
PBANOE'S PBOPOSITION TO DT
OEEASE DUTY ON WHEAT.
This Movement is Contrasted. Witli
the Kecent Action of Germany
ftl. and a Majority of the St.
Petersburg Paper .Mate
JJittr Comments Upon
the Policy, Declaring
It Distinctly Preju
dicial to Russian
Paris, Feb 12. In the chamber of depu
ties today, there was an Interesting debate on
the proposal to increase the duty od wheat.
The chamber rejected, by a vote of :J04 to 174,
the motion to empower the government to
lcy dnties in advance before receiving legis
lative authority, in order to prevent specula
tion In wheat. The report of committee
recommending the raising of the duty to
eight francs, was then read. Charles Roul, one
of the deputitcs from Marseilles, said that he
was opposed to any increase in the duty on
wheat, and contrasted the policy of France,
which was to raise the duty ou Russian
wheat, with that of the Germans, who were
favoring Russian wneat.
St. RETKi'.snuitG, Feb. 12. The majority of
the papers here make bitter comments upon
the French whe.it policy, and declare that it
Is distinctly prejudicial to the Russian wheat
WHEAT UI PRIVATE ELEVATORS-
Minneapolis, Minn.. Feb. 12. The North
western Miller reports the stmk of wheat in
PMvate elevators at Minneapolis at 4,001.000
bnshels, an increase over last Monday of
ANOTHER LOW PRICE RFC0RD.
St. Louis, Feb. 12. Wheat made another
usw low price record today. May sold at Got
cents, and cash No. 2 red winter at 51 cents.
This is J centbelow where it sold last August.
Fffty-two cents, at which cash wheat then
sold, held the record until today. Never be
fore was the situation so demoralized as it is
DRY GOODS IN FAIR DEMAND.
Netv Yokk, Feb. 12. The week opens with
a favorable outlook in the dry goods district,
owing to the fact that supplies throughout
the country are kept down to the minimum,
and local stocks are held within equally con
servative limits. A continued favorable
feature of the general market Is the prompt
ness with which collections are made, par
ticularly from the southwest. Print cloths
are quiet; prints and printed goods and
ginghams and woven wash fabrics quite gen
erally are in fair demand, with brisk mail
orders for spring and summer goods. Drcs
goods and foreign dry goods are quiet, but
about steady. Woolens show some easiness,
and the Jobbing trade is fairly active at
Prices of bleached cottons were reduced as
follows: Lonsdale A-i, to 7 cents net; do 7-7,
to 6 cents net; Blackstonc 4-4, to G4 cents net:
Hope -4, to C cents net; Fltchburg 4 4, to 6
cents net; Forget-me-not 4-4, to5J cents net.
Excepting at the auction sales of 18S5, these
fcr the lowest prices ever reached, and at
that date Lonsdale and Hope sold at the
No Piodiic.! Jl.ukct in ChlcJiro
CmcAno, Fob. 12. Theie was no board of
trade maiketstodav. Ii was Lincoln's birth
day, legal bolidaj in Illinois.
vt. lvntK Grain and I'rofltifv.
St. Louis. Teh
Ii. 12. WLe.it lower: cash 513-c,
c, May 55?4i". July "iiytfi.
h 32; c, February and March
Corn lower: cash
Rc, May 33c, July oiy&s.. Oats easy: cash
2eMs February ssvsp. May sjyn. iom
hichr: jobbing $17 &&. Lard higher: $7 25a
7 35. Lead quiet. $3 10, sellors. Spoiler higher,
F3 02J; asked, 3 51 bid.
KantisOtj i ant and Prod.ics.
Ka3s Ci-v, Feb. 12. Wheat: about lc
rower than Saturday. No 2 hard 19c. No2red
50a53c.Corn: turn andjiigher: No 2 mixed SOW
31c; No 2 while 3fa32c. Oatt: slow mid
Unchanged; No 2 mixed, 27a27uc; No. 2
whitr. 28!a29c. KeMe.idj: No 2, nominally
Mc. Flaxseed firm, $1 26al 27. Bran lit in. 57a
19. Hay dull and weak: timothy, $S 00a9 00;
praii ie, $5 OOaO 00. Butter quiet and firm:
ncjmery, 19a24o; dairy, lialGc. L"gg3 excited
nd unsettled. 13al(c.
Receipts Wheat, 4.CO0 bushels: coin. 5.000
hnshels; oats, bushels. Shipments
y wheht, 15,000 bushels; com bubheh;
Lttehpooi, Feb. 12. Whet demand poor;
holders ofler moderately: No 1 California
Is 2da5s 3d: No. 2 winter, 4s lj&laos 2d,
Corn steadv, demand moderate; mixed west
irn, 3s 9d. Peas, (slid, Pork, line, 75:. Beef.
fxtia India IKK. Bacon, loug a:id short. 55
tbs. 33s; long clear. Ijlbs, 37s.
New Yolk 1'ioJuco.
NewYohk, Feb. 12. Flour receipts, 12,000
barrels; exports, 32,000; tales 12,000: demand
cood lor spring patents and winter ti nights.
hent. iroeipts, none: oxpoits?. 70,500: tales
12.215.0iO bushels, futures: loO.OOO siot. Spot
fair acti e but lowoi : No. 2 1 ed, btnre and ole
rator, GO-ic, afloat (CJc F O. B. 02c, noithern
B7?ic. Option Wheat made a new lowiecoid
today owing to luither liquidation ot long
wheat. Theie naiMinii bujincfora reaction
at the opening, but the niaiket soon tumd
weak ane' declined steadilj all dny, closing 1U
alj-sc net decline. Foieieiiers weie fair cllel3
of futures, while ex poitert-bought a bic line
of cash w heat. No. 2 red. Febt nary clocd tW4C,
MaichG15ftaCl 0-ICe. Maj f2 -16iiiV,si,c, clo-ed
IS?4C: J u in- lo-rd 01?e. July rM;.,ifijJso. closed
tV Augnt 6iUuG7 13-lGc, closed tG.c. Decem
ber 7r.-i72e, co-ed 70W. Corn Ret eipf. 2",-
w minels; rxport 2o.k) iiubheh; -ales -WO,
fuuncsCSJTiOspot. Oats-Beccipt-, ll.OOd
bophels; exporte. l.'.WO bushels, sales 150.000
bushels futures, 55,000 bushels spot.
New Yoik Cofi"e and Sngir.
Ninv Yoiik. Feb. 12. Coffee Options opened
irith bids 5 points higher on October; other
months unchanged to 10 points low er. Ruled
null and heavj and closed generaliv 5al5 points
net decline. Sales 14.250 bags, imluduig Fob
marj at 10.00, Mai eh 15 75, May 15 25, July
14 75, September 14 35, December 13 70il3 75.
Mot Rio dull and heavj; No. 7. 17H.C Mild,
market dull and lower: Cordova. ll'allttjC.
gales 1,000 spot Itio (Saturday) atl7;-,,candl00J
bugsdi 16c cost and freight, tsinto, maiket
firm: good aerage lite, 400. Receipts.. 4.000:
tock. 1 IWl.OUO bales. Himhnrg market steady,
V ojicning decline. Sales 12.1X0 bags. Havre
aiarket bteady; unchanged to c lower: sak-s
U.OiXlbairs. Bio maiket quiet. No 7 15e 5750:
xchango iViju Becipts. 21,000 bag-; stock, 25.
00: cleared, il.OiV. London maiket dull and
Sugar-Haw. Arm; fair refining, 2sa215-16c.
Centrifugal Oti test 3 5-16c; sales Saturda , tw o
jar loads to Boston; centiitugal t0 test, 3 5-16?:
rost and freight: ship now atlo.it. Botlned
itrong, off A J". i4 l-irc, mould A 4&U 116c,
itandardA 4.i5MG", confectioners' A 4
10-lGc, cut loaf 5a5 3-16c. ciu-hcd, 5a5 3-ltc:
powdered, 4a4 11-lGc, gianulated, 4t4a4 7-10c,
tubes 4ta4 11-lGo.
CoftVe ?t Rio.
Rio de Janeiro. Feb. 12.-Coffee exchange
fs Receipts durinc tl.o week 74.0iX) b.'4r,; shn
jients to the United States 22.000. stock 235 -
Santor. Feb. 12. Coffee firm: good average
er 10 kiles 10 $000. Receipts during the week
2.000 bags; Fbinnient1 to tho United Stnte
l00 bags, stock 19.0OJ bags
Condlt on or Cotton.
Nr.w OntKANS, Feb. 12. Cotton quiet: "ales
J750 l ales spot, to arrive 1000 bale-. Ordinary
E.VlCc, good ordinary 6 11-lGc, low- middling
71-loc, good middling 7 Si-ltic, lair middling
.l-lbc, lair Otsc Receipt", net 3772. gros
5S34; expoi ts Ui eat Britain 5500. Stock 300,200
Cotton futures steadv. Sales 144,200 bale-.
February $7 20 bid. March 7 l0a7 :. April 7 30
i7 40, May S7 4S-a7 4S. J-tic$7 5'a757, Julv $7 63
17G4. August $7 ua7 70, September $7 65a70G,
P01" CCKi M. November S7 (53 bid Decem
ber $) 3a7 74.
T' iCIS', rc- 12.-Cotton steady: mid-
?U5.Si'L- 1:Scul,t- '"00 !e thJpment.
1,700 bales, stock C0,H0 bales.
LIVE ST00K MASEEH
Kansas Crrr. Feb. 12. CATTLE
IW: fchipmea: 20: market -tion-:' Tes
Hecrs, 5-T5.i3jO. slnpp'iig -Utrs ;i tttaa.V
Uexas and ntie cows, SJ iv hutch
fciock, $3 00.i4 til: stockei-s and fteder- 1 "Su
i VrTV'1'' S00 hipm-.nts, 200:
WHikctlOalSc liisher; bulk, 0ua5 10; heavy,
packing and mixed, St 03a5 15: lights, yorkers
and pigs, 4 7o.i5 10. SHEEP Receipts 1500;
shipments, tax); market & toady.
St. Louis. Feb. 12. -CATTLE Receipts,
1200: shipment market steady to fetronjr.
Chicago. Feb. 12. CATTLE Receipts, 16,
C00;bhlpinents ....; market steady, top steers
i" UUa."i 10, others ft 73h4 00, common Si 50a
4 50. HOGS-Estimated receipts. 20.000; ship
ments ....; market nttie and 10c higher:
packers K 10.15 25; heavy S5 35a5 40: light,
55 30a5 Si. M1EEP AND LAMBS Receipts,
10,000; shipments none; niaiket, in fair de
Omaha, Feb. 12.-CATTLE Receipts 1,800.
The market was but little changed from Sat
urday. Theie was a fair demand and a rea
sonable amount of activity, with prices very
generally in Saturday's notches, both for
beef steers and butchers and canners. Trad
ing In feeders was rather limited, but prices
were steady to strong on all suitable goods.
HOGS-Receipts l.OCO. The market, what
there was of it, was 10 to 15 cents higher than
Saturday. Good reports from the cast and
the meagre ofreiings made sellers bullish,
and as local houses needed a few hogs they
did not hesit&te long about paying the ad
vance, and the hogs hold about as fast as they
arrived Sales were made at fiom J5 for
packers to S5.10 for choice butchers, but the
bulk of the trading was at J5.05 against $1 90
Saturday and $5.0-on last Monday. SHEEP
ReceipU-2,"00. The demand was very good,
and while trading was very good, prices were
quotabiy Heady. Natives S2.75a3.S0; west
erners 52.25ai.25; common and stock sheep
Sl.50a2.25; lambs 2.50a4.25.
Wichita, Feb. 12.
There was no market in Wichita jesterday
on account of the snow drifts delaying all
kinds of tr.ifllc.
The quotations here presented are (o give
the shipper an idea of the general range of
atiYe shipping steers, good to extra S3
uooutoextut native butcher steers
1000 to 1200 pounds
Native icediiig steer--. 000 to 1050
3 23a3 50
pounds 3 00aT 1
Native stockers, GOOjSOO pounds 2 50a3 00
Choice cows and heifeis 2 2.W5 00
Fair to food cows and heifers... .-... 1 !0a225
linlls and stags (fat) 1 75a2 25
Bnlls and stags (feeder?) 1 50 il 75
Canners 1 OOU 2
Scalawags 50a 75
Texas steers (fat) 2 25aJ 00
Good stock sheep, 80 to 100 pounds. . . . J2 25a2 75
Good stock ewes, 70 to 80 pounds 2 00a2 50
Good toextra wethers, 75 to85 pounds 2 25a2 75
Good to extra lambs 3 00o3 50
Wiclilla INortiice ami Fruit.
Market steady. Wholesale prices are as
Potatoes 85c; Onions, red and jellow, per
bundled. $2 25: Spanish, per crate, 1 35. Cab
bage per hundred, S2 50; turnips, p r bushel,
25e: parsnips, per bushel, H OOal 25; Grapes
(Malaga) So "0a7 00: ligs, per box, 16c; lemons,
prr box, S4 03o5 00; oianges per box, $2 25a
3 00; banan-is. per bunch, SI 50a3 00: apples.
box. $17.2 25; eimberries per barrel.
and (heiry. S7 00. lancy bell bugle.
$6 25: cocoanuts. S3 50a8 00: neauuts. $5 00a
G 00 walnuts, $10 OOall 00.
Vt Iclilta FriMluce and Poultry.
Market active. The following are tho whole
pole pi ices:
Poultry Hen", live spring, per pound, 5c:
dicsscd, 0c; big roosters, live, old 10c apiece,
joung l5c apiece: ducks, full feathered, 6c:
geese, live, 5c; turkeyo: hens, live, Go; turkey
toms, live, 5c.
Produce Putter, cieamcry, 20c: choice
counti y. lOallc; 'ggs, with cases, 13c; hides
per pound, No. 1, 2c; No. 2,lc; saucr kraut,
pei barrel, 51.50.
J,ncal drain and l'ccd 51ar;;et,
Wheat No. 2, 13c ; other grades, 41c. Corn,
Sic. Oats, 21a26c. Haled haj, 4.6 OOfr"1? 00. Ground
corn, SOc. Coin and oats mixed, S5c. Bran, per
ton, $13 10. Ship, por ton, $14 00.
Wichita HrJdstnfr Mailrct.
Market constant. Wholesale nrices aro onot-
Flour First patent, $1 CO; second patent,
$1 40. Corn meal, SI 00.
SCHOOL AND CHURCH.
Bishop Hargood, of the Methodist
"Epibcopal church, south, has refused
to continue Sam Jones as a regular
preacher, on the ground that evangel
ism has no place in the Methodist
Charles T. Yerkcs, of Chicago, the
owner of the cable-road system of that
city, has withdrawn his subscription oi
$2,500 for prizes in the public schools,
with the terse remark that he could
find better use for the money else
where. To pass the time pleasantly in
church Morris Whittington and James
Brow, of Baltimore, supplied them
selves with pocketfuls of peanuts and
audibly munched them during the
service. They were requested to de
list, but without avail. Then they
were arrested and each fined ten dol
lars and costs by Justice Schenekel.
Miss Katharine Coman, who has
charge of the political-economy depart
ment of Wellesley, wants her pupils to
be practical stateswomen. To this end
she sends them into the Bureau of As
Eociated Charities in Boston, to labor
unions, to tenement houses and to
manufactories. She hopes that such
methods will ultimately lead to a day
u hen women will studj' the great ques
tions of their times.
An important contribution which
America has made to Christianity, is
the solution which it has found of the
problem of church and state. Here we
touch the distinctive feature of our
American Christianity in its organized
form and in its relation to national
life. Our republic, offering a home to
men of all creeds, declined to unite it
self organically to any church, while
protecting and encouraging overy form
of religious faith and life. A free
church in a free state was for the first
time realized in America.
The jubilee year of the Young
Men's Christian association will occur
next summer. Fif ty years ago, June 6,
1S44, George Williams organized the
first association in London. The
World's conference committee has de
cided to celebrate this jubilee by hold
ing the next triennial conference in
connection with that anniversary in
Exeter hall, .London. Already steps
have been taken for an excursion party
from the associations of this country.
George A. Hall, state secretary of New
York, is in charge of these arrange
ments. Think of the commercial benefits
of missions. It is calculated that the
trade with heathen lands opened up
directly by missionaries has exceeded
$20,000,000 not profit annually during
the past 100 years, making a total of
12,000,000,000. The amount given 'from'
all sources for missions during the
century aggregates about 1300,000,000.
Xet profit. $1,700,000,000. It pays finan
cially to save the world. During the
past 75 years Europe and America have
spent 520,000,000,000 to kill one another
enough to save and civilize all the
world. Gospel in All Lands.'
The French government will pre
sent to the state of Xew York all, oi
uearly all, of its educational exhibit
which was at the World's fair. The
exhibit consists of the work of pupils
in the primary, secondary and normal
schools. 'lhero will also be given to
the state a pedagogic library, "contain
ing tea-books used in the public
wliooJs. books of reference, etc. The
exhibit is now on its way to France.
On Its arrival there, some of the per
sonal property belonging to teachers
will bo taken out, and the rest of the
How the Entire
of the male may bo
brought to that con
dition essential to
health of body and
peace of mind. How to
: stunted, feeble organs
in, our new Treatise,
A simple, infallible, mechanical method, in
dorsed by physicians. Book is FREE, sealed.
Address (in confidence),
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, NX
exhibit, containing' the articles men
tioned, will be sent back to Albany.
Although there are more students
attending' higher institutions of learn
ing in Kew York than any other city
of the Union, student life makes no
marked outward impress upon the
city. It would be hard to define a
student quarter in New York, although
regions lying near all the great
schools have each a considerable stu
dent population. The Chelsea square
region, with its Gothic structures and
its occasional processions of figures
clad in gowns and mortar boards,
bears, perhaps, the strongest impress
of student life, though the great can
pus of St. John's college at Fordham is
picturesqe from the presence of similar
Fine-Looking Women Among the Middle
Many of the women of India, and
especially those of Kashmir, are very
beautiful. The worst of it is that not
only are the most beautiful nes seldom
seen, but even their portraits are diffi
cult to obtain. Either they or their
husbands appear to look with rooted
distrust on the photographer, and even
when their photographs are taken they
rarely give permission for copies to be
Bold. In a typical Hindoo beauty the
skin is just dark enough to give a rich,
soft appearance to the complexion, the
features are regular, the eyes mild and
black and shaded by long, silken lashes,
the hands and feet are small and ele
gantly formed, the demeanor is modest,
the manner gentle, the voice low and
sweet. Such a combination of good
points may not often be met with, but
when it is who shall say what havoc ia
wrought among the hearts of the be
holders? There are fine looking wom
en occasionally among the middle-class
Hindoos, as well as among the upper
ten, and even among the low castes
the faces are sometimes very pleasing.
Many a Hindoo woman, who has per
haps little pretensions to beauty oi
face, has nevertheless the step and
carriage of a princess; and if one is not
too fastidious about perfection of eyes
and mouths and noses, her figure, as
she walks down the street with her
load on her head, is truly a beautiful
object. Jewalry is often worn to ox
cess in India, as among other orientals,
and the nose ring is sometimes so large
that it has to be fastened back of the ear
by a delicate chain to keep it from in
terfering with the mouth. Pittsburgh
You can generally tell how much
love there i in a man's heart by the
way he oyena his mouth. Ram's Horn.
It Did fot Py.
Rural Itagges This idea
perlite ter folks ain't what it '
up ter be.
Tramping Tatters How so, Roory?
Rural Kagges I was world n' the deef
an' dumb racket, the other day, an'
pulled a woman on fer a rattlin'
square meal. After I got through, I
fergot meself, an' said: "Thank yer,
mum." An' she sic' the dog ontcr mel
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorio.
"When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When sha became 3Iiss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
A. T. BENBOW,
Manufacturer and Dca'er In the
Benbow Self Heating IWte-her,
Ueubow led Springs :md
35enbow Clothes tii!gers.
All kinds ot repairing m.ide .mi' for sale.
Write for jiricesnml catalogues.
009 E. Douglas, next to Carey Hotel-
Blakeinan Bros. & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FRESE FISH AM OYSTERS.
Fishermen's Supplies of all kinds,
soins, hoop nets, tiammel nets, twine,
hooks, lines, etc.
Fresh Fish and Oysters a specialty.
502 E. Douglas. Telephone, 27.
Book and Stationary
Cent to $5.00.
W. II. CULP & CO.
Careful attention riven to mail or telerranh
orders for cut flowers and floral disns Pric
es reasonable. Send for price list of Plants,
seeds. Bulbs, and Hardy i-nmbbery.
611 Wabash iueaue.
Tlie Western Wheeled Scraper
Co., of Aurora, Ills..
With tLe riew of meolitip the demands forir
riBtitinvr tools have established an aencv with
tlie Wichita Implemenr Co. 131 West Ifc.nclas
Ae.. where a line ot tbeir celebrated poods
can bo seen, lrtles interested plcas call
and examine. Correspondence solicited.
V.'hoicsale Healer inandllinufjctureroC
SOLE LEATHER, BOOTS AND SHOES
AXD GENERAL UTE OF SHOE FINDINGS.
Write for Prices and Terms to Dealers.
U5 .NORTH 3UUN STREET, WICHITA,
Wichita Wholesale ft Manufacturing
Th bouses given below are reuressntatiTe ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They are furnished thns for readv refer
ence for the Sonth generally, as well an for city and ubnrbaa buyers, Deiders and inquirers should oarrespond direot'
with names given,
GEO. H. LLOYD & CO.,
W U OLESAXE
HARNESS and SADDLERY
Saddlerv Haidware. Whips, Leather. Harness-jnakcrs Tools, Etc. Special
attention given mail orders. 401 E- Doutflad Ave . Wichita.
TELEPHONE NO. 272.
Those thinking of buying Furnitui-e either on the cash or easy
payment plan, will find a complete line of new and second hand
goods to select from at the Popular Priced Double Store of
WICHITA STEM LAUNDRY.
Bail Room and Towel Supply, Best in the City.
Garst, Fraser & Garst, 117-119-121 W, First St
and Retail f
from $40 to $12.1. Fall line medium grades and Cycling accessories. Dim
cult repairing and repairs of all kiutln. 253 . Main, Wichita.
IIUSE, CHARLTON, DUNN & CO.,
220 N. Main
WICHITA WHOLESALE GBOCEHY CO.,
OFFICE AKD WAREHOUSE 21.3 TO 223 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Km evei) llilii in tlie j;ioiery Jhic, uliow cunfs, !cles niid friocers fixtures.
Nlhofaole piopriotovfcof tLe "Royalty" and "La Jnnocecia" brands or Cijurs.
LEHilANN-HlGGINSON GROCER CO..
203 ATXV 205 N. WATER STREET.
Sole .ATrntB for tlie ( II mud Jh"3 toll (lie 1 efct ucl;;tne coffee in fliemnnret
PARNUM & CO.
Rojal Spice Mills and Spray Yeast Factory
Spray Baking Powder, and
ed the State Contract.
DO YOU WANT
WE It A YE THEM.
Smith's Book Store,
114 N. Maiii sL Wichita, Ks.
llatmfacturer and Jobber
Harness; Saddlery, Lcatherand ShoeBndings
Specialty of Hand-made JIarnr-ss. Correspond
ence) solicited. Will fell on timo or allow cash
discount. 127 VV. Douglas Wichita.
HALSTEAD MILLING CO
"SECOND TO NONE"
Rest Flour in tlip Stntc.
OTTO WET5?.", A't. Cor. 3d. & Filth
Avenue. Jliono305. C7
The tan Chemical Co
Jlruiuficturers and Jobber" ot
Spices and riavoiing Extracts
Write for De'crJntive Trice List, Free.
Office and BuMness Z17-2?J S. Market t-t. Tel. II.
"WCMTA, - KA.NS.AS.
i' r. MAirrry,
Wholesale and Retail
Artists Materials. Pictures, Frames
J ru dines I Ictnro 0!n. J"nK Screen. Eta.
HM onal'tr Trench Chini fo-decnntlnr.
rvervtlilucln tbellneof Artists JIau rials it :.
1 oLiJorchlcJco prlcr-i. 'Ihe on'r exclusive Art
itoielu ttir uw. ilun Orders I'roniptly attended
Csitalusueftee. leicpiione lh
1Z1 SOUTH MAIS STREET
CHAS. P. MTJELLEPv,
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in cut flowers, honse and bedding
plants; roses and geraniums, a specialty.
Orders for parties, weddings anil funer
al Dromptly filled. Teleplioue 2M.
FAMES MACHINE WOIiKS
Builds and Repairs
ENGINES, BOILERS and MACHINERY
Hi S. Washington Ave Wichita
THE ILL0T MWC0
BUTTER & G-BALEY,
Mi.rnOictnrcrs of and Jobbers in
Titer A nnd stamped Tin M are.
2 31 ortli Main Mreet.
Ii. Ii BUTliEliiHa najrer.
E. EAlvEE & CO.,
904 and 906 E. Douglas.
Offer the following jn-ics fur Poultry
and Produce delivered, here:
TcrVry Hem - flb
Tcfcey Tm - lc lb
lritt:- and Hcas - &. lb
Ddcjs. lat ... f JU
Gre-e - - lc lb
x. old - Jte ads
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Glass Jfc Co.)
Lamps, Cutlery, Etc.
St. Wichita. T
Royal Granulated Spicea.
ARKANSAS TALLH FliME CO.
Wire and Picket Fence,
Tonltry Hefting, Etc, Etc,
Write lor terms to Dealers.
109 Wichita St, Wichita, Kas.
TiVlioleale & Retail Dealers In
Yards and Office G17 East Douglas
Avenue. Telephone Ko. 285.
J. A. BISHOP.
TVliolwaie and fUtail
Paints. Oils, Glass, Wall Paper
The permanent GIPSINE Wall finish
alrayb m stock. Write for prices.
JoO S Market St., Wichita, Ka
WICHITA BOTTLIM WOKKS
Bottlers of Glnjrer An. Cham
Cider, Sada Water, S tan dartlNerye
Food, aleo General Weateiu
A ceii tb for A ni. .l.Lemp'ftllxtra Pals.
Cor. First ami Waco Sis., - Wichita.
102 K Dnugfai Avenue.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone Connection
J. P. ALLEZST,
foerytSng Kepi in a Fusiclas Drug Shrt
108 CAST DOUftLAS AV.
WJCITTTA. - K.JW.
Garden, Farm and Field
Onion sets, potatoes and svreet pota
toes; plants in ieason. fend for mail or
der price list. ROSo BROS.
02 tf SIS E. Douglas, Vicinu Kas,
'. E. Cor. Douglas and Topeka Ares
Phone 26. ichita. Kan.
C. A. Rose-Florist
Dealer in all kinds of Plant. Bulb
and Flnriwta Mipjilies.
Cut Flowers a Specially.
All orders promptly attended to.
Ofice 404 y. Water St. Tel. 33S.
fi " T We are the exclusive Agents for the Follow-
Vy KrJL. 1 J ing Coals:
Genuine McAlester, Lump and Sut: ,Tennij l.iiul, Sut and Slack)
Denning Lump, equal to Canon Cdg, onlgpi.00 per ton tlelirered.
"We also have in block Weir City, Fleming. Osjge, Black Diamond, Canon
City and Ouita, and Pennsylvania Anthracite. Our price- are as low its tholowedC
Office and Yard, 541 "West Douglas. ..... Telephone 192.
CENTRAL COAL AND COKE COMPANY.
Successor of KEITH & PERRY COAL CO.
MINERS ASP DEALERS I!T ALL KINDS OF COAL
AND MANUFACTURERS OF COKE
LUMBER, RAILWAY TIES, TIMBERS, ETC.
KEITH & PERRY BL'D'G.
Kansas City, Mo.
COAL! The Malvern Smokeless.
Prlctdrllveifil: I.innp for Hentrr ami Open Grata K jpr ton
I'rlceilf Ihertil. Prepared for JUc Uurncn rt M per tmi
I'rlcisdellvereil: Otilla, Nutnnit No . 8 U) per ton
I'rlics tlclUerctl: HIhcU. I'curl. oIIl by thl Hrm only. tli b?icftcoal
poltl ., . . ... IMpcrtnn
Prices ileliTercd: No.6. VlorClty. b-itcrade 4 M pertou
Prices deliTPietl- C.umn t Ity TMnrton
Wc fuaianlea -'.WW pounds for a ton.
WICHITA CO A h CO.
Office and Ynrds.SllE. Douslai. Phone OT. F. COEN", lan.gr.
C H. REOKMEYBR,
Whol tale Mannfacturcr of
SADDLES and HARNESS.
And Jobbers in Saddlery Hardware. 121 East Douglas Ave.
K. M. MAXWELL,
Maxwell fe MloOlnre.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF NOTIONS.. AND FURNISHING GOODS.
237 AND 239 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WICHITA, KANSAS
L, C, JACKSON,
SANTA FE COALS,
Mi) JOBBER OP BUILDKG MxVTERIALS
i i 2 S. 4th Ave. Wichita, Kan.
Kos. 13S-110 N. Fourth Ave.
Wholesale - Grocers.
Jobbers of Teas, Cigars and Spiced
Sole Aprcnibfor AlvaradOi and Fijaietta Cl'ara.
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.
(Formerly CliAiIe.i 1 Volln A. Co., Cincinnati O.J
Goods Sold at St. J-ouIs aud Kansas City I'rlceu.
c3 tid :fi clI1ll am Stjetf,
THE JOHNSTON Ss LARIMER DRY GOODS CO..
Dry : Goods, : Notions : and : Furnishing :Good&
Complete f-tock In II lbs Departments.
1J0, 121&323N 'JopekaAve. AV'ichita, Kv.nsiis.
:-- EAGLE :-: CORNICE :-: WORKS. x-
MC EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
jJanufactiners of Galvanized Jron, and Copper Cornice; Tin,
Copper, lion, and Slate Kooiing Work done in any part ot lliJ
country. Istimate furnished on ajtpiiratiorj.
PllOn 324- ixciau lAfcWELL & BaoKLsr.
J. J,. AHLEI1S. A J.VA E. STTEKT. TP.AyK B. WALKKH
WICHITA CREAMERY CO-
Wholesale iisn-i Butter and Eggs
212-2H South Topeka Avenue.
JACOB DOLD PACKING CO.
TOKE AKD BEEF PACKEBS.
FESU MEATS, LAPBS AXD SAUSAOIS.
A l.snl f.ir KTcryl otty; w uu t lorr Hrssrt onr Fp?fittyl &tr&nmlL
Jsrd ia theconnirr. holce J amtly Iaul, he,M. I'oputar Iiiad t th
markH. 'Yk- Jlit irtocvjr -n lui nisi Iiht-r
JTyvu vtaiit Ujk ntl rail f-r hltit c Jorer, and JtJ-ilm sctlingU
Ju ori-fnal J.itliorapli-l Caus yon arr nre ofstif (iu? IU
lxit up lor 3'ainily ntt m 3, 6. 10 JUiA ZO pound Lauurtd Tiu Tall, wflh
lltbozranh iat-ttL di
W. F. SCHELL,
3STUBSEimiA3f A1SD nOKTICUITURIST
AH Kinds of Nursery Mock for sale. General
Aneiit ior tho
HART PIONEER NURSERIES,
FT. SCOTT. KASSAS.
Orders solicited. TOO acres in Xnrserr Stock. Our spe
cialty: First-Clas Stock at reasonable price. fit
S1G EAST DOUGLAS AVE.
" icbitn, Kansit
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