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WATER IS SHOT OEF
HUGH DISAPPOINTMENT WITH THE
Pamp breaks at the Water riant Darlns
the Nicjit and for Several Iloara the
City wan Without a Water So pply For
tunately No Fires Occurred and the
Company had Repaired the Damage by
7:30 tack of Water Shots Down Work
at Prospect "Well for a Time Drill
Down 1520 Feet.
Yesterday morning there was a skirm
ishing about tvith buckets looking for
Trater." All over the city men could be
Been approaching different hydrants
and quietly waiting for their buckets to
be filled; and then there came a blank
Btare as the fluid failed to come forth.
This all happened between S and 7
o'clock, but those who were working
through the night discovered that the
water fountains had gone dry about 3
o'clock in the morning.
By 7:30 o'clock a majority of the foun
tains were in full operation, while a por
tion of the city was without water until
after 9 o'clock. Fortunately no fire oc
curred during this time.
Inquiry at the water plant disclosed
the fact that one of the pumps had
broken during the night and had to be
replaced with a new one, the company
having a splendid one on hand.
Probably the persons who were thrown
out the most were the men at the pros
pect well. By being unable to obtain
water they were forced to suspend op
eration at 3 o'clock and cease work un
til 10 o'clock yesterday.
As stated in Sunday morning's Eagle
work was kept up all day Sunday,
which Is an unusual occurrence at the
well, and during the 'time that the work
Etopped the men feared that the well
would fill with water and this would
cause it to cave in, but It was found
lhat the water had only raised a few
feet and no damage was done.
At 6 o'clock last night the drill had
reached a depth of 1520 feet, and was at
that time working in limestone. Yes
terday each screw length brought forth
new developments and much interest
"No better work has been done since
work was commenced on the well than
within the pas't forty-eight hours, and
the men are now confident that they
will be enabled to Teach the depth of
2,500 feet with a hole of sufficient diame
ter to tell exactly what Is beneath the
The log of the well is different from
that of any other well put down in
Southern Kansas, and differs from
the log- of the wells alt Kingman or
Anthony as tho:igh they were not upon
the same hemisphere.
The eyes- of the world are upon the
Wichita well, and many places are
preparing to sink shafts and are only
waiting further developments. It has
ehowni that we have valuable clay, mag
nesfa, oil, salt and coal beneath us. It
has exploded the theory that there is
no coal In the Arkansas valley and the
Indications are good thalt gas will yet
be found in paying quantities.
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Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
xu5si3T3 reiuna tno mony lr it fails to
IT IS HARD ON ACTORS
Railroads are "otr Making; Them Pay Full
Fare West of Chicago.
Chicago, HI., April 6. Who would
have thought that actors and theatrical
managers would be affected by the su
preme court desiclon- in the Brown
case? Certainly not the pains, for it is
doubtful If 1 per cent of these people
nave iieard of this decision, and are so
thoroughly scared tha't they are cutting
off every concession 'to the public that
mlgh't n any way be construed to be a
violation of the interstate commerce
Atotion taken yesterday by the big
railroads leading west from Chicago
may have the effect of blocking the
movements of at least 73 per cent of
the thea'trical companies now traveling
in the west This action was nothing
more nor less than 'the complete aboli
tion of the 2 per cent per mile rate that
has been made lo theatrical companies
since the time "when the mind of man
runneth not to the contrary."
.For years the railroads of the coun
try have been making .what is known
as a 2-cent party rate. It has been
quoted 'to all parties of ten or more per
sons traveling on- one (ticket. The tick
ets were originally placed on sale for
the benefit of theatrical people, but the
interstate commerce commission de
creed that they must be sold to any
party of ten or more. Some time ago It
was discovered 'that one or two of the
roads running west from Chicago were
selling the tickets to scalpers by the
wholesale. -Complete demoralization
in passenger fares, especiallv between
Chicago and St. Poul. followed. This
demoralization became so bad that the
roads west of this city withdrew the
'tickets and abolished the rate in the en
tire territory west of Chicago.
But to this agreement was tied a se
cret verbal understanding that theatri
cal companies betaken care of and tick
eted at the oJd rate. Little publicity
was given to this side agreeniei-t be
cause it was a discrimination andt vio
lation of the interstate laws.
The Brown decision and the presence
in Chicago of interstate commerce com
missions detectives sent cold shiver
down the backs of the railroad offlciau
mi inoy leu over each other in their !
made haste to declare themselves "no ' r5"in" eu' York- "W can secure several
guilty." Freight rates were given firs- I candidates, any one of whom would
attention and the roads that were not i carry New York nufte as surely as Mc
like Caesar's wife immediatelv loaded Kin3o couM. Popular idols alwavs
the mails with confidential letters to ' create factions. Blaine held his fac
subordlnate officers and agents warning ' tl0n loner tlran any of them, but when
them that the mouths of prison were i ' lnst he had been nminated another
watering for them and that unlo thev i V11?11 faction riP"t nere in New York
quoted the same raite to all shipper deIeated hs presidential hopes. I want
their liberty was in danger. "" to say 'tnnt ai"ns the friends of other
Freight matters taken care of th ' fndldates trhere is no personal ill feel
managers turned to nniwnr 'y.... i ,n againts McKinley. There is oblep-
and discovered that the laws against1
discrimination were being naramlv
violated by the secret quotinc of a - I
cent rate to theatrical companies the
same being denied to other organisation
or parries of ten or more. Yesterdav
the general passenger agents of all the
important lines running west from this
city received orders from their superio
officers to immediately call off the the
atrical party rate regardless of conse
This action will be a hard
and in !
many cases a xatai blow to thea
companies ana win have the effect of
disbanding or calling in of manv of fh
weaker companies to which railroad fa-e eatausas'n over McKinley's candidate
Is the most important item in the dailv ! If lnwst boundless. The badgs is the
bill of expenses. For a company or C lts k,nd IO reacn w York. It
twenty people traveling liftv mile a ' in tne 'orm a regular shield of th
day the total fare at the low ntte would i nfted Suus- "th the upright stripes
be 520. while the regular rate of S cents ' renreseiting the white ami blue bar?.
per mile for the same distance will be
o0, or a difference of 510 a day to t com- i
pany of twenty people making a flftv-
mile "jump" a day. ,
As the rase was only pulled out yes- i
terday few of the theatrical managers I
yet know of it. One prominent mana- (
ger when seen regarding the matter last
"This move of th railroads complete- i
ly staggers me. If Immediate relief is '
not afforded us the cancellation of thes-
rates will cause the disbandmant of SO '
per cent of the companies now in west- !
em territory. I have today called In 1
from the road three of my large com-
jyaiiles zzd I will only keep the smaller
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ones moving and for these I will buy
Two big -companies that were 'to have
left Chicago today for western stands
have cancelled all dates and abandoned
all plans until it is known what the
railroads are going to do. The theatri
cal people are a source of much revenue
to the railroads; they spend three-fifths
of their time on trains, and should be
given some concession from regular
rates. I cannot believe that these rates
have been abolished for good. I hope
it is only a temporary scare."
IDOLS ALTVAYS FALIj DOWN
This is the IVay In Which Clarkson Dis
poses of ."McKinlcj.
New York, April G. Thomas C. Piatt
will leave for Flordia tomorrow for a
week's rest and recreation, of which he
is sadly in need. His destination is
Mrs. Piatt's orange grove, near Orlando.
There will be no politics in the trip. Mr.
Piatt has not been well since he sus
tained an accident, in his room, a week
before the state convention. He has
tried to keep going, but is about worn
out He will be accompanied by Mrs.
Piatt, Mrs. Harry Piatt, and his grand
son. Upon his return, with renewed
strength and vigor, the Morton boom
may take a new life. Chairman Charles
"W. Hacket of the state committee, who
has also been in poor health, has so far
improved that he has postponed his pro
jected trip 'to Bermuda and will remain
on deck during Mr. Piatt's absence, to
guide Governor Morton's presidential
General J. S. Clarkson has dissected
the claims made by .Major McKinley's
overzealous friends. He left little more
to be said, when he finished, as to why
many prominent Republicans think Mc
Klnley canno-'t be nominated at St. Louis
First of all, he analyzed the figures of
McKinley's alleged strength recently
given out by Congressman Grosvenor.
He showed that they were misleading
and full of loopholes.
"Congressman Grosvenor. I see," said
Mr. Clarkson, "claims eight delegates
from South Carolina for McKinley.
These delegates have not yet been elect
ed, and he has no right to claim them.
He may be disappointed. In Georgia
he claims all the delegates. Only eigh
teen have yet been, elected, and of these
McKinley has just four. In Louisiana
he claims nine. The truth is that he
has only one, and he is not sure of him.
So as regards Illinois. Grosvenor also
claims nine of the eighteen delegates
elected so far for McKinley. The truth
is, tthat fourteen of them are against
him. Then he talks about Texas. Sena
tor Allison has fourteen delegates from
Texas. Speaker Reed has ten, and Mc
Kinley -will have to fight to have .the
"So we might go on," he continued,
"but what's the use. Practical Repub
licans are not interested in chasing rain
bows and fancies. There will be be
tween 530 and 5C0 delegates in the St.
Louis convention who will not be Mc
Kinley men. McKinley is the candidate
against the Held. He Is the favorite up
to date, but not candidate against the
field has ever been nominated for presi
dent, unless he had a federal administra
tion with its influence at his back. The
average members of the national Re
publican committee, who have seen .thre
or four national campaigns before, are
not carried away with the fervor for
'McKinley manifested in some Quarters.
From the days of Clay to those of Mr.
Blaine they remember no popular fa
vorite has ever been elected president.
The popular idol, who is cheered three
months before the nomination Is made,
seldom receives the cheers on election
night What we are interested in is
the vote on election day. We want
n'bove all else a candidate to whom no
Republican can object, for we want
every Republican vote in November.
McKinley represents an extree idea.
We cannot jump from one extreme
the Wilson tariff to a McKinley tariff,
the other extreme, without Upsetting
the business conditions of. the entire
country. McKinley is popular today
because his name has been associated
with the principle of protection, and no
individual can claim it as 'his own. Sen
ator Allison, for that matter, has had
more to do with protective tariff hills
than McKinley ever (had. Th.- hnn nf
jvepuoncans in .November will be in car-
i0n to h,m' howevr. n the ground that
created faction, and factions
"lvnm a Party never promote success.
General Clarkson. in sueakinc- of th.
free silver agnation, said that there
would be no silver bolt at St. Louis. The
free silver states, he pointed out. have
other interests to maintain, and thev
could not afford to bolt on the silver is
Russell Sage gave his Wall street
friends a surprise today bv nnoeannir
vmh aSld &d?e in the button-hole on
the lapel of hls coat- Tn the badge
.jun:ii cioseiy nis iriencs could
not understand the reason for Mr Sace's
J t cHier tn upraised arm of la-
or. sammer in hnnri .w,,. ..
word "McKinley" and below the word
"Protection." It came to Mr. Sage
through the mad from "Milwaukee. The
sender was Al Kreuts. ia the accom
panying lexer was that statement that
it was one of the flrst three button
made, one having be irf? - r,I
i r7, f?Uwr to xtliHa2. and
, f tn IhT4 ir- SaReVbi:ause h
-5T. throughout th west s the
ns1ni " " street McKinlay-nwtn.
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SANOY MAY LEAD
WICHITA POPULIST P0E
JUSTICE OP KANSAS.
He if Placed Thereby a Slate Maker Who
fiires Harris the Nomination for Gov
ernor and Lyman Nangle of Wellington
the 1'lace of Secretary of State The
l'rohibltlon Committee of Safety is
Snpponed to be Holding Off Until After
the State Republican Convention in the
Interest of Candidates.
Topeka, Kan. A.pril 6. A well-known
Populist, who travels over the state a
good deal, figures that the following
ticket will be nominated by his party
at the Abilene convention.:
Chief Justice R. A. Sankey, Wichita.
Governor W. A. 'Harris, Leavenworth
Lieutenant Governor L. P. King, of
Secretary of State Lyman Naugle of
Auditor W. D. Street, Decatur county
Treasurer J. W. Bowlus, Bourbon
Attorney General John Madden Lyon
State Superintendent W. M. Stryker
SAM WOOD'S FRIENDS
Topeka, Kan., April 6. A story comes
from Stevens county that at the next
session of the legislature the friends of
the late Sam Woods will make an ex
fort 'to have that county attached to
Seward county, as Garfield was some
time ago attached to Finney, In order
that a jury may be obtained to try Jim
Brennan, who killed Woods five years
ago. It will be remembered that ifwas
impossible to find 'twelve unprejudiced
men in the sparsely settled districts of
Stevens county to try Brerrnan, and
the case against him was dismissed.
Shortly after his release Brennan
went to Oklahoma, -where he has since
resided. He is now deputy sheriff of
Garfield county, and wields quite an
influence in politics, as do all ex-"Kan-sans
in that enterprising commonwealth
He is a Republican, and was a dele
gate in the convention at Kingfisher
which renominated Dennis Flynn for
congress. Judge John Pitzer of El Re
no, who defended Brennan in Stevens
county, also iwas a delegate. The Rev.
William Wood of Stillwater, brother
of Sam Wood, rwas chairman of the
convention. Brennan's friends do not
thmk that Vhe legislature would attach
Stevens county to another county for
the purpose stated, and if it did they
doubt if the Oklah'om'a authorities could
bo induced to surrender Brennan at this
COMMITTEE IS ASLEEP.
Topeka, Kan., April 6. The Kansas
City Timers correspondent sends the
following to his paper: The leaders of
the 'temperance movement are wonder
ing what has become of 'the committee
of fifty, appointed some time ago to ar
range for the enforcement of Che pro
hibitory laJw. On'e of the objects of the
committee is to labor with the Republi
can party for the incorporation of a pro
hibition plank in its platform. The
original resolution Included all the po
litical parties, buta's no Democrats were
appointed, and. 'the few Populists named
refused to serve, the committee was
made up entirely by Republicans. J.
Willis Gleed of TopeWa, chairman of the
committee, has been overwhelmed lately
with letters from temperance people
urging immediate action, especially
at Kansas City, Kansas, Leaven-worth,
Atchison, Widhlta and other large cit
ies -where the saloons are permitted to
run under a license system, but as yet
nothing1 has "been done. The commit
tee has not even been called together.
There are Republicans who put tem
perance above everything else, and they
are anxious that the party come out
flat-foo'ted for the enforcement of the
prohibitory law. The politicians, how
ever, are eorerting themselves to prevent
any such action. They are afraid of the
cities. Their idea is to ignore prohi
bition, as -was done two years ago, and
give 'the state local option by common
consent The. theory is that the scheme
for the committee of fifty was hatched
in order to shut off agitation on the
part of temperance enthusiasts until
plans could be arranged for the control
of the state convention. The fact that
Mr. Gleed, who has been regarded as a
friend of Governor Morrill's administra
tion, is father of the scheme, gives a
color of truth to the theory.
The Times correspondent called upon
Mr. Gleed yesterday and asked hhn
what had become of the committee. I
guess the committee is all right," Mr.
Gleed replied, 'but I havo been too busy
to arrange for a meeting. I have been
trying to get some of the orher mem
bers to go ahead with the work, but no
body seems inclined to do it The man
who engages in this sort of business
ought not to have anything else to do.
However, I shall take a day off soon and
prepare for a meeting. Whatever ac
tion the committee takes; whatever pol
icy it adopts; -whatever advise it gives,
will, I am satisfied, be wise and unsel
fish, and such as the friends of law and
oredr ought to follow." And then Mr.
Gleed smiled a soirt of all-things-to-all-men
smile, which had just been brought
in. mostly applications for Frisco passes
The following named gentlemen com
prise the committee of fifty:
C. F. Scott. Allen county; A. J. Felt,
Atchison; Joshua Wheeler, Atchison; C.
P. Butler. Atchison; E. T. Metcalf, An
derson; W. B. Webster, Bourbon; Bruce
Leydig, Butler: George F. Fullenwider.
Butler. C. D. Ashley. Cherokee; T. A.
Sawhill. Ooud, Harrison Kelley. Cof
fey: R. E. Carlton, Crawford; J. b. Bar
ker. Crawford; W. H. Carruth. Douglas;
B. W. Woodward, Douglas; J. G. Has
kell; Douglas: J. W. Stewart. Frank
lyn; Sanford Topping. Franklin: J. P.
Easterly, Greenwood: A. C. Pierce. Gea
ry; I. O Pickering. Johnson; J. W. Par
ker. Johnson: Nelson Case, Labette; E.
M. Randall. Leavenworth; James Brown
Leavenworth; J. D. Hewitt Lyvm; C.
B. Graves. Lyon; E. W. Hoch. Marion:
W. H. Smith. Marshall: C. A. Swenson.
McPhenson; A. "W. Smith. McPherson:
W. T. Toe, Montgomery; J M. Miliar,
Morns; W, T. T. T Truebl.xd. Osage;
R. S. H'ks, Pottawatomie, J W Rob
erts. Ren ; J. E. Junk.n. P..ce; H. L.
Pes tana, Russell. T. D. Fitzpainck, Sfc-
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And so Carlisle KofuseH to Itun for the
TTashington, D. C, April 6. Secre
tary Carlisle has written the following
letter on 'the subject of his candidacy for
the presidential nomination at the Chi
"Charles R. Long-, Chairman Democra
tic State Central Committee, Louis
"Dear Sir: Your favor of March 30,
in which you saj- in substance that
many of my friends In Kentucky and
elsewhere desire me to become a can
didate before the approaching national
Democratic convention for nomination
to the olhce of president, and request
me to give some authoritative or defi
nite expression upon the subject, has
been maturely considered.
Many communications upon the
same subject ond similar Import have
been received from friends in different
parts of the country, and while very
grateful for these numerous expressions
of confidence and esteem upon the part
of my Democratic fellow citizens-. I
have not been able to reach the conclu
sion that the existing conditions require
me to comply with their requests by am
thorizinz them to announce me as a
candidate for the presidential nomina
tion. "While I feel a profound interest In
the welfare of my party, I am much
more concerned about Its declaration of
principles than its selection of candid
ates, because. In my opinion, Ks failure
of success a't the election, as well as
its capacity for useful service in the
country In the future, depends upon the
position it takes or omfcs to take upon
the public questions now engaging the
attention of the people, and especially
the question affecting the monetary
system of the country and the charac
ter and amount of taxation to be im
posed uson our citizens. Its portion
upon these and other subjects having
been agreed upon, and clearly and dis
tinctly announced, the convention thea
ought to have no ditflcuKy in selecting
an acceptable candkhite who will fairly
represent its views, and in order that its
deliberations may be embarrassed as l.t
tle as oossible by the contentions of
rival aspirants and Their friends, I
think my duty to the ptrty will be best
performed by declining to pnrttefcite in
a contest Inr the nomination.
"The obhgat.ons aseemed when I ac
cepted my presens. tflcial position re
quire me f devote my entire tian and
attention to the public Interests com
mitted to iny charge, and I shall coa
t nee to discharge the dutiec imposed
upon me to the best of my ability, and
Jn such mannr as will, ia my Jidimn:.
rnst cerra.nly promote the troe inter-
:s of the country; and if. In th op r.
1 n of my feJtow Deraocrarts of Xen-
I tjeky, my services endtJe me to th.r
- - Tnnu-ndtiion and approval. I xodM
regard their indorsement of nay pufebc
c urs as an ample reward for zto little
I have ben able to accomplish !n be
half of honest &dnUai9tratae and aocad
"With many ihxaks for yoar kind let
ter. I am. very truly youra.
"J. G. CARLISLE.- j
"WATTERSOX OX THI LETTER.
Louisville. Ky.. April 6. The CMtctar-
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Our series of ads, with prices,
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While we employ nothing but
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lower than the fellows who kick
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THE EAGLE PRESS
lowing editorial on the letter of Secre
tary Carlisle, made public tonight:
"The position which Mr. Carlisle takes
is entirely in accord with the dignfty of
the office of president and with the du
ties of the office of secretary of rhe treas
ury. He declines to participate In a
contest for the nomination, holding that
the matter of first moment is thedeclara
tion of the party's principles. He de
sires 'the endorsement of his sen-ices by
his state, and, though he does not say
so In so many words, if his state shall
present his name to the national con
vention on a satisfactory platform, he
will umlobtedly accept that responsibi
lity. "It is a matter of exceptional moment
at once to the Democratic party, and
to the entire people of 'the United States.
To the Democratic party It brings home
the issue whether it is to continue to b
the party of Jefferson. Jackson. Betiton
and Cleveland, or whether it is to set
up strange gods and lend the priceless
presttige of its name and history to an
"To the people of the United States It
Is of vital concern, for upon the decision
within tho Democratic party of the is
sue thus forced upon it, depends the one
possibility that this country RhH have
a presidential candidate, backed by the
organized resources ol either of the two
great poBtical partis. a man with a
universally conceded clear comprehen
sion of the nature and necessities of a
sound monetary system as Jndisp"nIble
to the protection of national integrity
and hatenal prosperity, and wtih a re
cord, not of profession, but of perform
ance, in Itself, at ls time the only
unimpeachable proof of practical, un
swerving and unassailable fidelity to
the principle of such a system.
"Kentucky is ready. It needs no cam
patgn to bring Kencucky to Carlisle, j
Let the convention be called the soon
er the better and th state which took
the lead for an honest tariff will take
the lead for an honest currency."
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HELP W NTED-FEMAU-.
TVANTBr A competent girL at 37 X.
Topeka Ave. dl23-2t.g
WANTET Good ptrl for general house
2vork. Call 1107 Waco Ave. dll".
"WANTED A good
cooking and lronmg.
N. 4th Ave.
girl for washing.
Mrs. Farnum. 637
WANTED A middle-aged lady with a
10-year-old boy -wants a situation as house
keeper, or general housework. Either
town or country. Address Mrr. JuKa A.
Kaylor, Wichita. dlT0-3t.
WANTED Work at home or away from
home by the day, by a lady. No. SuS N.
Market St. d!20-3t.
AGENTS A snap for you. JSo.00 weekly,
53.000 yearly. No experience required,
failure Impossible. Our scheme a new
one; particulars free. Address P. O. Box
E30S Boston, Mass. d!27-eod.
WANTED Middle-aged single- man to
milk cows and do farm and garden work.
Toler Scosk Farm. dl21-3t.
WANTED 1 or 5 first-class house car
penters for 4 or 5 months. Wajjts W.00
per day; half oash, half good active Crip
ple Creek mining stock. Address W. If.
Candy, P. O. Box 53, Colorado Springs.
WANTED Energetic men to sell tho
Niederlander hoso coupler. Big money
forthenext 61 'days. Call or address &M
North Empona. dllS-tf.
SITUATIONS WANTED MAuE.
WANTED Situation at any kind of
woric, y carerul sober, industrious man.
Will accept any kind of work on trial.
Have had experience at clerking, and all
kinds of lawn, fruit and garden work.
Address "T. T.," Eagle olllce. dn-3t.tr
BUSINESS OPPORTUNI ES.
I bXJtii. SA-L.fcur wiu trado ror property
1 in Wichita, a pottery plant, with small
incumbrance. In operation; situated In tho
Galena lead and zinc country. Good clay
obtahTKible. Addrws J. W. Barrel. Low
oil. Kansas. dl21-2t.
FOR TRAE Good light carriaKO to
trade for buRgy. C. K. Proomaa, corner
Market and 1st St. dl3-2t $f
REALESTAT.E Ifyou want to buy or
soli real estate, or havo your property ! -sutcd
agalrut lo;s by lire, rail uvl we
Thomas & Cole. 116 E. First St. dLil-3t.
FOR TRADE SO acree of bottom land
2 miles from city, clear. Will trsuie for
a nvuiltinco and pay dtTCerunco In t-a)u
Freeman & Lawronce. d!21-.Jt.
MISS ALICE L. XORTOX, teacher of
galtar, banjo and mandolin, will tearh you
to play In 20 lessons. 321 South Lawrwv
SAVE $ 5 Buy furniture, carpet, stoves,
at Second-hand Ra. ket, 510 X. Main, lli.
GET TOUR PIANO TUNED by W." J.
Sihmelzur. with IWrnea & Xewcomb.
Tuner guaranteed to be tho boat. Tun
Ing J3.00. dSS-tf.
WANTFD MlC,f LLANEOUS.
WANTED I have a good tenant for six
or eight room hou. with city water and
bath, must be clot in. D. T Dunbar,
" VTXSTED Wo win clean your gaaoUn
stoves for $1.00. Good for th- i-iuion,
uul wwrnomt thfen. PcerlttMi sto o..
comer Oak ami Ltttvronce. dLa-4t w
WANTED Oil stovw to store tiirotirh
the ssmrniT. itowk-o Hardware 'u .
N. Mln St. dial-if.
WVNTED Young pplo t Join 'he
ffpoctal rlMWi in tatecrafny. at th W . .
it. Commercial collese, JT. M. t A l ,
Call and enroll at once. .:.. :.
"WANTED A "light acoDd-har.d thar
ton. Call at CM N. Topttka. cU:: . t
WANTED Boardwra; avod fars r.x
S. Lawrence- ti.z. .t
WANTED M"fhMuioi "cattle to j !r
pasture, reiy any Ua; pl.n f f,-.t
until grasa. J. N. Jargon. mile oj'h
of Garnekl. dU-f if
WANTED To by aonM un mounted
maps of Sedrwlek. Baoo, KJacman ar.'i
isw.ier cwinu. mum prtoa pr iwl. A
dreikft Jobs P. ioorti, Kingman. Kan.
FOR SALE MISCELLANECOs.
FOR SALE-At & Eteporia. 7 year
old mar; &xt& trtver. aafe. Some Urvwn
Ixgbotn chtckftna. A cook atove, ?.
FOR SALE Cbwu. a
CoiXar Domestic svyrakg
FOR S.VLE nrt-hiaa bay bttfgr. SO.
S. Mala St. dllS-U.
FOR SALE-Coomira aad alis;vta
gooi, caap. Call UMX MjUu atrial.
FOR SALE 6bi; UeeaTelMai at ffe
oM Wicaiu. Moaad Xunarr. Ooaiag aox
wck. Vn xikmt meiMBt.
MONirr Kaatara atoany kaa :mX
miaxi critj. a date 7. Tan, C. wu
oo. 2H N. Mia. AU-tX.
LOtrr Bacwea coraar af Pto aa4
Waco tioA agwnt. hmm a. Mak aavaaateA
iraaz fi- Fhr -win aiaaa ftftora aa4
racaiTe rwzrt, at 6aa ataca, U X. Mat.
FOR SALS rvaa coataaw to aawa.
TUV- SJJUKl roaaa eattaawi a a cor
ner. St ft. mtit traaa Mmib aatf niigtij.
Zr. b er tiiii. VHwat A Law.
TKM. 3AUB-Ce. VM S. Eaa-wlaT aaTi
rvitn Sbo. M It. hartt. &;. je. 1 t.
cer. S1C -a.
rOILSA&JZr-My imL4trt Ss ;a C
'9 A. ava rouaa. tur ac4 teaxja.
a4ea01 ter; bars a4 it oa4tii
taa. XOi Xt frott. f , iTTfcJuk, a
t.T ba4e ..-. i.reryifc.&rf Sm-ciajia.
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REAL ESTATE AND RENTS.
EWS25 FOE SALE T0M0YL
RiRTflRI) IKVRSTHRHT Pn
UNlQN- LAI SEj
FOR SAXB-A special barsala in. a noma
can be had on North Market St., toy cail
ins on Thoma3 & Cole. HS E; First St.
FOR RNT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Front room, with board,
at 347 N. Topeka. Ave. I2-rt,
FOR RENT 12 nice Uvlnsr rooms, over
21 S. Mala St., $$ per- month. Xsan Gor
" FOR RENT Four or flr furnished
rooms for housekeeping; StO .N. Topeka.
FOR RENT Furnished roams. Enqatr
at Room 3, over 1-tt X. Haxkat.
FOR REN I HOUSES.
FOR RENT Either of my boxiaes, on
six rooms, 000 eight rooms; modern con
voalenee; eaat front. Enquire 13 x
Topeka Ave. -5t.
FORRENT Iargi and small housca.
L. W. Olapp. 1111-9CM
FOR RENT Moaera houses;
In ess house. Israel Bros.
FOR RENT Houses la aU parts of tha
city. Hillts cc Kinkoad.over 13 N. Mar
FORREXT132 N. Topeka avenue, aft
er April 11th; all modem conveniences;
now occupied by Mr. H.immann. L. V.
FOR RENT Flats, 4 room each: bath,
etc In brick, building. N. Emporia ami
FORRENT Twonewly flnlshod flAts;
5 and 4 rcwci each. L. V. Clapp.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SAX Best bargain ever offered,
ft) feet, corner William and Fourth, one
& room, and oso 6 room, hoaao, ail for $SS
E. I. Spencer. riltB-tx.
FOR SALE Tbo biggest bargain ever
offered. 4 lots and 5 room houe, on a
comer, within 6 blocks of the corner ct
Main ard ougla; ail fenced and nlu
shaJe. Thomas i. Colo, 11$ E. First St.
FOR SAX.E IS acres of good bottom
land, adjoining the city, with, plouty of
water for any ktnd of uso. 51.0UX Free
man & .Lawrence. im-Su
FOR RENT-REAL ESTATE.
"fORRENT Bottom farms. Inquire 343
N. Topeka. 23-U
FOR RENT Bottom farms.
Tn?rT?siWAT,Thn well-known trainer.
D. Tuckar. te located at Chanute. Kw.
Correspondence with horsemen solicited.
Piles, Fistula, Fissure,
And all dlscASca oC
the reotum cured
without knlfti IIca
ture, or caustics.
money to bo paid
until patient, ia
ij ilifvvfrw- cureu.
.JfflfcfSts'Swr'sk; PRIVATE DIS
EASES In both
eexts quickly cur
ed in the shortest
time and on tho
tertn.i without tho
us of dangerous
Femalo ailmentfl in an" forms', ui Ieucor
rhoea. Painful Periods, Suppression, etc.
Epilepsy or FalHng Fits pliiy con
trolled and permanently cured. Corres
pordwe bv mail promptly ajxrwered.
MEPICIXD FURNISHED IN ALE
Consultation confidential and Invited.
Ortlre open from S a. m. until 7-JO p. m.?
Sttntfam until 1-30 p m. Call at odea
oppoaUo McXamara & Co.
ISO N. Main St.. Yflchltu. Kan.
IMr fi l a n-rofwa
r'lao-lr for Generrktr.
lt Spsrmatof rbrk.
VtittM. usnitoril dt-
cbrt', or any lafltmma-
bm w atrUuir. tion. irnlauaa or slurv
LrHtEu&'tU'r;ti,A trn- h'oniutrla.t.
atoiu dj urncCMu,
"or nt In plain rPPr,
lij xpr, pcpaiu, rr
on, r 3 bottles, ft,fft.
ur aut oa rat.
t?2TO $3 PER DAY
U. L Ml OX, Prop.
Topeka iVvenuc Hotel
I) J. TANGNEY, 1'roprlotor
Rales 3i.oo per Day.
Good rurniabed Eoosu
120 S. Topeka Ave. Wichita, K42
GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
TO THE BASIL
BEST 0I!UJfi CAR MUtHCB 15
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trsiaa, maxaiaocat dlaia; ears, !ep
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