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Wcftiig gailij gagfe jfcmftag 9KMmra$- lair 29 ,1904.
NEW YORK PHYSICIANS
Have Opened Permanent Offices in
MOST SUCCESSFUL SPECIALISTS
IN THE WEST.
FINEST AND BEST EQUIPPED OF
FICES IN THE STATE.
CHRONIC AND SPECIAL DISEASES
OF MEN, WOMEN AND
Three Months' Service Free (Medicine
Excepted) to the First 50 Cases
Applying for Treatment.
New York Physicians, a staff of phy
Iclans and surgeons whose ability and
kill In the treatment of chronic and
special diseases of men, women and chil
dren, is "well known all over the eeuntry,
have permanently located at the corner
of Douglas and Emporia avenues, "Wichita,
The president and chief examining phy-
fiiclan will be In personal charge of the,
i office. New York Physicians are men of
l Unquestionable ability and have devoted
r their whole lives to the study and treat
ment of chronic diseases of men, women
They are graduates, of:
t university or me utjr or iiew xorK.
University of Syracuse, New York.
rVtllnirn nf Phvolplono anil Curmnna
Post Graduate Hospital, New York;
University o Maryland Maryland.
Have had hospital experience Ins
New York Hospital, New York City.
Bellevue Hospital New York City
Women and Children's Hospital, New
Episcopal Eye and Ear Infirmary, Balti
They also hold a diploma for spe
cial work In the diseases of the Eye.
Ear, Nose and .Throat. One diploma for
!!ccial diseases of women nnd a speelal
diploma tor diseases of men
HOG MARKET STEADY
Shipments Light but All Offer
HIGHEST PRICE WAS $4.40
Cattle Receipts Prices
The hog market was steady yesterday
with Friday's prices and the receipts
were extremely light, but nothing unusual
for Saturday. The fact that the market
has been holding up for the last day cr
so satisfactorily makes business some
what better. A much larger shipment of
stock is expected this week than last
and it is hoped that there will be a
change in the prices for the better.
Kansas City's market has been in a
poor condition for the past ten days, and
Chicago and St. Joseph have been paying , hind f,uarters, 9?10c; steers. Vn&nSfi: fore
quarters, oVgec; hind quarters, 'J&'&Wv
Favorable Weather Depressed
Price of Futures. -
hams (boneless roulettes). 10c; Daisy 1 isfif a s lit A Million
hams (no bone, no fat). 8c; breakfast' Writ" A I Mfl I ilWl-K
bacon backs (good slicers), 10c; Epicure's ' 11 IILH I If flU LU Iff Lll
rtalrh T-il,I -V-: i in It '
Side Meats, dry salt Extra short clears.
6c: standard backs, 16-20. 7c; fat backs.
6c; clear bellies, 12-14. SVic; 14-16, c;
16-18, 7?ic; 20 and up, Tc; fosters, 6c;
cheek butts. 54e; butchers' backs, 9c
Side Meats, smoked Bacon, extra short
clears. 7$c; standard backs. 16-13. S-c; fat
backs, 7c; English bacon bellies, 12,
9c; 14-16, 9c; clear bellies. 16-1S, S?ic;
20 and up. Sc; bacon festers, 7c.
Lard Open kettle, tierces, about, 360
lbs., 7ic; grainy, tierces, about 360 lbs.,
7!4c;, smooth, tierces, about 3G0 lbs.. 6ic;
Silver Crest brand, tierces, about 360 lbs..
7c; bakers' special (in tierces andi SO-lb.
tubs only), tierce, CVic; lard compound,
tierces, about 360 lbs., 6c Add for
smaller packages: 60-lb. wooden tubs. 4c
lb; b0-lb. wooden tubs, 4c lb.: 50-lb. tins,
50-100 lb. cases. Mc lb.; 20-lb. tins, SO-lb.
cases, c ib.; i(Mb. tins, 60-lb. cases. c
lb.; 5-lb. tins, 60-lb. cases, c lb; 3db.
tins. 60-lb. cases. 1c lb.
Fresh Pork Dressed hogs, heads off.
P,c: heads on. Gic; fresh shoulders, 53,$c;
skinned, Cc; fresh hams, 10c; skinned.
tc; fres hdaisies, 7c; pork loins, 8c;
tenderloins, 12c: fat backs, skin on, 6c;
raw leaf lard. 7c; spare ribs, 4c; hogs'
tongues, 10c; hogs' brains, 10-lb. boxes,
6c; pigs' feet, cleaned. 5c; uncleaned, 4c;
hogs' cars, cleaned, 4c; not cleaned. 3c;
hogs' livers, each. 5c; hogs' hocks, 5V4e;
pigs' tails, 2c; chitterlings, 4c; hogs'
heads, cleaned, 5c; neck bones. 3c; back
Fresh Beef and Mutton Cows and
heifers, CVlc; fore quarters. 5goc;
CORN AND OATS WEAKER
Provisions Closed Steady with
very low figures. "Wichita, considerin
all those things, has been in splendid
shape and the prices paid here have been
so near to the other markets that it
would pay shippers from this section of
the country and Oklahoma to ship stock
to that point.
During the past week there has been a
good market for light stuff, all offerings
in this line having been taken at a fair
From the above diplomas any one ean "rice. Heavy hogs have been bringing
wuinn nneen cents of Kansas City, which
does not allow shippers to pass this
There are now four buyers at the yards
who do nothing but buy hogs, and there
are also several cattle buyers. As time
goes on the packing houses are expanding-
and more business is added to their
already enormous trade. This requires
more stock and therefore a stronger de
mand. The supply for the past two weeks
has been insufficient for the demand.
see for themselves that the New inrk
Physicians are qualified In every way to
((ivo the afflicted people of Kansas the
very best and most scientific treatment
p.nd will fill a long-folt want in this i-ee-t'on.
They are specialists who cure and
rot simply promise. They are licensi
hy the Kansas State Board of Medio
Examiners, and have filled .every ri
quirement hy law and are legally author
ized to practice their profession.
In order to prove to the :i. v
van cod and successful methods the New
York Physicians will give three months'
services free (medicine excepted, until
entirely cured) for the first fifty cases
applying for treatment. This offer is
open to all. and no one is too rich or too
poor to accept it. for it is their original
method of getting their cures before the
If you are sick or afflicted in any way
this Is certulnly an exceptional chance to
get tn best treatment from a staff of
specialists whose ability is unquestioned.
All chroiiic. deep-seated, complicated
and special diseases of men, women and
When you consult the New York
Physicians they will examine you thor
oughly and tell you your exact condition.
As these physicians are skilled specialists
they should be able to find out the pa
tient's true condition and explain it to him
thoroughly. Never mind how many doc
t tors have treated you or how discouraged
! you may be, call and have a friendly talk
With the New York Physicians and find
i out your true condition,
j The ffieos in WioJ.ita are the finest in
the Htnte ami equipped with the latest
I Instruments and appliances to treat spe
cial diseases, and if you will call you cin
i convince yourself that the New York
Physicians are prepared to treat your
icase in the latest and most scientific i
Hundreds oi ladles hare been cured and ,
saved from surgical operations by the
Xew York Physicians' successful treat-1 ,
Men by the score have been cured, and '
after trying all the worthless remedies i
nd appliances the New York Physicians
beef loins. No. 1. 13c; No. 2, 10c; beef
ribs, No. 1, 10c; No. 2. Sc; chucks and
plates. 4c; square chucks, Ptc; flanks.
2'c; shanks. 2c; round and rump, 71igSIc;
suet, 5c; beef livers. 3c: hearts. 5c;
tongues. 10c; brains, eleanee 7c: sweet
breads. 25c; ox tails, 2c; lambs, 11c; mut
tons. 7i2c; lambs. 10c.
Sausages (in"Konserve"), packed In j
and having 4-inoh h,,n, in ho.nrf which raarked the trading in May. and much
obviates the necessity of takin
Chicago, May 2S. Lower cables and
continued favorable weather depressed
wheat prices today, final figures on the
July delivery being down c Corn is
off ic Oats show a loss of MQ'S.c. Pro
visions are 2&c higher to 5c lower.
The weather and cables caused moder
ate selling of wheat at the start, result
ing in a slight decline, July being off
Vec to-Tgc, at S6c to S6c. There was some j
buying that looked like covering of the i
same character that has been in progress
for several days. This demand had a
tendency to hold prices fairly steady at
the initial decline. Later, however, be
lated holders of May commenced to li
quidate. Ensuing weakness started con
siderable selling in other months, caus
ing losses all around. The Septentber
options show releatlvely a greater degree
of firmness due to purchases of nearly a
milion bushels by a house with north
west connections. Extreme fluctuations
Dock. Av. Wt.
IN AND ABOUTTHE STOCK YARDS
Harvey Grace, the politician-stockman,
of Cheney, came in yesterday with a
load of hogs.
Pond Creek, O. T.. was represented in
the market yesterday by E. AV. Johnson,
who shipped in a load of hogs.
T. O.' Beveins, of Watcnga, O. T., had
a car load of hogs in the market yes
terday. Allie Spencer, of the firm of Healy &
Co., was able to be on duty yesterday
at the yards after several days of sick
ness. Everybody is glad to sec Allie
up and doing again. ,
AV. R. Dulaney, superintendent of the
yards, must be given the honor of be
ing the biggest biscuit consumer of all
thp stock yards population. He has a
record of eating twenty-seven large ones
hoops and thereby losing the liquid-
Bologna, 15-lb. pails, S5c; 30-lb. pails,
$1.50; 60-lb. pails. $2.85; pork sausage, 15-lD.
pails. $1.25; 30-lb. pails, $2.25; 60-lb. palls,
$4.35; weiners, 15 lbs.. $1.40; 30 lbs.. $2.35;
60 lbs., $5.00.
Rathman Pressed Ham Crates about
25 lbs., 9c; Dewey sausage, crates about
25 lbs.. 8c; weiners, crates about 25 lbs.,
7&c; bologna, crates about 25 lbs., 4c;
pork sausage, bulk, 10-lb. cartoons, 7c;
link, 10-lb. cartoons, 7c; head cheese, 6c.
Pickled ProductsPigs' feet, bbl.. $7.25;
bbl.. $3.00; & bbl.. $1.75; V bbl.. SL00;
kits. 15 lbs.. 75c; regular tripe. bbL.
$2.40; i.i bbl.. $1.?5; kits. 15 lbs.. $1.10;
spiced pigs' tongues, i bbl., $5.75; Va bbl.,
$3.00; kits. 15 lbs., $2.25; hogs' snouts and
ears, ia bbl.. $6.00; H bbl., $3.25; bbl.
$1.S5; kits, 15 lbs.. $1.35.
OTHER LIVE STOCK MARKETS.
DO YOU WANT
Drs. Johnston & Walsh can guaran
tee you ap absolute cure p( those dis
eases that drain or lower your vitality.
Drs. Johnston & Walsh have given
thousands of men who had suffered as
you suffer, a new desire to live.
Chicago, May 2S. Cattle Receipts, 300.
Market steady. Good to prime steers. $5.25
5o.75; poor to medium, $4.405.25; stock
ers and feeders, S3.25tM.75; cows, ?1.75
4.60; heifers, $2.50o.00; canners. $1,750
3.95; bulls, .2.5O4.70; calves, $4.75g5.70; j at 3S?;c, July declined to SSc and closed
Texas fed steers. 54.505.10. j at 3S&e. Local receipts were 172 cars.
wogs-iteccipts toaay, i.'.wj; estimated The nrovision nit was nn.tiraiiv h-
divsculty was experienced in making
sales. Late selling in July and September
was confined largely to local traders, and
indicated a disposition to even up for the
holidays. Weakness in corn had a de
pressing influence during the last hour.
After selling off to S5?4(gS5"ic, July closed
at 85;ic. May ranged between 95c and I
97ic, closing at 96;sC Clearances of
wheat and flour .were equal to 8,000 bush-
els. Primary receipts were 90,000 bushels j
as against a holiday a year ago. Minne- !
apolls, Duluth and Chicago reported re- '
ceipts of 61 cars, against 92 cars last
Sentiment in corn was decidedly bear- I
Ish owing to unusually heavy receipts
and almost perfect weather conditions ,
for the growing crop. July opened HQc
lower, at 41V2c to 47ic, sold down to 4"c J
and closed at 47c Local receipts were I
6S4 cars, with 92 of contract grade. j
Oats were under similar bearish senti
ments in the matter of the weather and
the liberality of receipts as in the corn :
market. After opening a shade lower i
DRS. JOHNSTON & WALSH HXYS CURED them
after others had failed and they had lost hop.
DRS. JOHNSTON a WALSH NEVER FAIL be
cause they only take curable casca.
DRS. JOHNSTON & WALSH HAVX BEEN suc
cessful, because their large hospital experience fitted
them for their specialty.
DRS. JOHNSTON WAL8H HAVE EVERT appli
ance necessary to examine you thoroughly. Including
DRS. JOHNSTON & WALSH HAVE EVERT ELEC
TRICAL apparatus that is known to medical scleiics.
DRS. JOHNSTON A WALSH TREPARE thetr on
remedies, thus lnsurtrng a certainty.
DR8. JOHNSTON A WALSH GIVE YOU quick n
sulta and thereby gain your confidence.
DRS. JOHNSTON A WALSH NEVER USE aar
catch-penny methods to bring: yea to their office.
DRS. JOHNSTON & WALSH TREAT TOD aa cheap
as It is possible and still give you the best.
DRS. JOHNSTON & WAL8H CAN TREAT TOU bet
ter and cheaper than anyone else, because they know
DR8. JOHNSTON & WALSH ARE PERMANENT.
Don't go to others unless you have health and money
DR8. JOHNSTON & WALSH CAN BE CONSULTED
FREE of charge, so whether you are rich or poor, you
can get their opinion.
DRS. JOHNSTON & WALSH HAVE BEEN AC
KNOWLEDGED by tftu medical profession, the press
and the people as the.mo.4t advanced doctors In their
specialty. THE BEST DOCTORS TO GO TO. DON'T
flDirnn C IB THE GREAT N
VMnlvUVLLCi EMT of men; it is the
destroyer oX their vitality, strength and their nervous
system. About 40 per cent of all man suffer from it.
Probably only 19 per cent know what it la. Indeed, so
universial Is the ignorance on tha subject that men live
a llfe-tlue. suffering from the effects of varicocele and
never know what has caused the suffering. Varicocele
is a dilation of the veins. The reason varicocele so
often puxzles the patient la because th symptoms may
be remote and hidden. In ordinary cases there are
radiating pains down the back and thighs, neuralgia,
easily tired when standing, pain in the back, nervous
debility. There are many cases in which there are no
Early Consumption, Bro
symptoms. WE- CURE VARICOCELE IN riV
DAYS. BY A PAIKLESO MJCTHOD. THOUSANDS OF
REFERENCES CAN SB GIVEN. THIS IS THE MOST
COMPLETE. 3E3T AND MOST SUCCESSFUL
METHOD. AIX WHO AMM IK DOUBT ABOUT THEIR
CONDITION SHOULD CON3ULT DOCTORS JOHNS
TOM St WALSH and get their opinion at oace.
CURED IN FIVE to tea
treatments. Scrofula. SmMlte.
Iroachltla. Asthma. Pleurisy. Cough.
Chronic Throat Disease. Blood and Skin Diseases. Heart
Disease. Wtaknesa. Pains and Palpitation of the Heart.
ZJver. Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Diabetes. Bright'
Disease. Frequent and Painful Urination. Sediment In
Water, Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Dyspepsia. Catarrh of
Stomach and Liver. Constipation. Indigestion. Eye nad
Ear Diseases, Nervous Debility. Sleepleseneee. Tired
Fesltng in the Morning. Bad Dream. Easily Frightsned.
Fleatlr.g Spots before the Eye. Headackts. Bckaeh!'.
Shooting Pains, Despondency. Melancholia, SL Vitus'
Dnnce. Epilepsy. Psralysls, Baaafulnesa. Leek u Con
fidence and iWiisatm. Imaginary Fxav Threatened In
sanity. DirSnom. Weakness. Leak of Er.djrxr.ee. Eta.
If you are suffering from any of these, consult Dr.
Jchsetee Walsh at once. Delay la fatal.
a A HI CO SUFFERING FROM NERVOUS
LrnLl US trouble, pain In back, weakness,
tumors. Inflammation, uterine or ovarian dl&ea, cured
quickly by their Klectre-Medlcal treatment.
Mr fVI PERKBCT CURE9 GUARANTEED tat
C IN nil cses of Physical Decline, Irapotency.
Proatatorrhoea. Youthful Errors. Etc No drtentlesi
from business. Varicocele is cured In fire days by
their painless method. Wonderful results from this
treatment. Stricture cured without operatloe. Hydro
cele cured in three days.
TOUF. SECRETS are not exposed to tha wwld wbt
you trect with DOCTORS JOHNSTON A WALSH.
They absolutely refuse to publish the name or secret
of anyone who relies on their professional honor. Ther
cannot bring eemmerclnllsm Into their business to such
an extent that they could, for the aake of tfce almighty
dollar, expose a secret that was gives to thsra to b
kept sacrly confidential.
If you cannot call, write. Hundreds cured by malL
Hours from 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to & p. ra.; enlng. 7
to 5:30 p. m. Sunday morning, from U to 1 p. su CON
sume at once that Mr. Dulaney would
be unable to eat anything else, but it is
claimed that he ate half of a spring
rhicken, a half dozen eggs and drank
seven cups of milk. The chicken part
of the deal is accounted for from the
fact that most any person who ever
had lived in Kentucky would have done
the same thing. The biscuit appetite
can also be explained, since Mr. Dulaney
Is a southerner, but why he drinks so
much milk is a mystery. The egg part
of the question is probably owing to his
Democracy, yet that is not quite a good
solution, since the eggs were only hen's
eggs. If there Is any other man this side
of Missouri who has a surpassing record
along this line he should correspond
with Dad Tilford, the inspector. ,
have proved their ability to the s'atisfac- I s" on meal. One would naturally pre
tion of them all.
Whisky, mornhlne and all drug addic
tions cured to stay cured in three days.
Do not be operated upon for your
troubles; come to New York Doctors as
many others have done after being told
that nothing but an operation would euro
them, and get well.
DISEASES OF MEN TREATED
by the latest and most scientific methods.
MEN COME TO FS. It is not necos
pary to glvo a long list of your troubles.
Consult us. We can and do treat you
New York Physicians treat Catarrh.
Eye. Ear, Nose nnd Throat troubles.
Bronchial and Lung Trouble, Heart coin
plications. Liver. Splefii. Stomach and
Bowel trouble. Kidney and Bladder dis
eases. Rheumatism. Headache, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Skin and Blood diseases. Spi
nal trouble, Club Feet and Rupture with
out the use of a knife.
Piles, Fistula and Rectal troubles with
out operation or pain.
Cancer by the most successful treat
ment krnwn, and cures made in many
cases given up as incurable.
All diseases if women; special diseases
of men; spoclnl diseases of children.
If you are afflicted in any way tho New
York Physicians extend to you a cordial
Invitation to consult them free of chargo
and find out your exact condition.
Remember their generous offer,
three months treatment free (medi
cine excepted) to the first fifty cases
applying for treatment.
OFFi E Corner Douglas nnd Emporia
OFFICE HOURS-9 n. m. to 12 m.: 1 p.
m. to 5:.v.O p. m." evenings. 6:30 to S p. m.
Sundays. 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Those out of the city unable to call,
write. The first fifty who write will be
given free treatment (medicino excepted).
Send for symptom blank. Addreps all
GRAIN MARKET V
AVheat No. 2 hard, 92293c; No. 3 hard.
S490c: No. 2 red. $1.0361.06; No. 3 red,
Corn No. 2 mixed, 43:ii50c; No. 3
mixed, 49'401c: No. 2 white, 52c.
Oats No. 2, 44&'Jj45c; No. 3, 4344c.
NEW YORK PHYSICIANS
Corner Emporia and Douglas Avenues,
THE FEMININE OUTLOOK.
You may talk to a woman for an hour
or more and understand every word sho
Bays. Meat, bread, money: motor-cars,
drains, the ace of trumps there Is really
no space at my disposal to give a list of
the words that aro common to both
languages. In fact, most of the solid,
concrete things of life may be left out of
the question. It Is when we pass beyond
the concrete that the real misunderstand
ing arises. Take a couple of very com
mon words used equally by both sexes.
A man will say that So-and-So Is a "nice"
girl 1 should know what he meant. A
woman will reply that the girl Is pret- I Turkish. 4c lb,
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET
Eggs Fresh, per dozen, 12c.
Butter Packing, 9c; country, 16?LlSc
Poultry Young torn turkeys, 11c; old
torn turkeys, 9c; hen turkeys. 12c; hens
and pullets. Scr broilers. lS lbs.. ISc;
young staggy roosters, 3c; roosters, large.
3c: ducks, full feathered. 9c; geese, full
Flour (car lots) Best patent, to all
southern Kansas points, $2.30; bran, 90c;
shorts $1.0001.05; corn meal. $1.35.
Hay Alfalfa, No. 1, fO.SOfflO.OO; No. 2.
$9.00; prairie, loose. No. 1, $7.50; No. 2,
f7.00; baled. No. 1, $S.00; No. 2. $7.00; No. 3,
Wool Llight bright medium. 1516c;
dark and heavy medium. 12gl4c; heavy
tine. 9Sllc: burry, 7g9c.
Hides G. S.. 1 and 2 rounds, 6ic; side
brands. 5?4c; under 40 lbs.. 4?c: bulls,
6?ic; green hides, lc less than cured;
part cured, c less; No. 1 horse. $2.25; No.
2. $1.25; pony and No. 3, 75c!?$1.00; glue
hides. 3Vic: dry flint. butchers. 16 lbs. and
up. 13c; "dry Hint fallen. 16 lbs. and up.
lie; dry flint, under 16 lbs., 9c: dry salt,
lCc; dry cull, 7c: No. 1 tallow. 3c; No.
2 tallow. 2-c; sheep pelts, green, 30SOc;
dry, 6SJ9c per lb.
Pineapples. 36 size. each. 20c; 30 size,
each. 25c: 24 size, each, 30c
Strawberries. $2.5(Kti2.75 per crate.
Oranges Fancy California navels, box,
$3.00; choice California navels, box, $2,75.
Lemons Fancy California, per box, $3.25;
choice California, per box. $3.C1.
Bananas Fancy Port Limon. lb.. 44c
Dates New Hollowces. lb.. Sjc; new
Turkish, 12-lb. box, 12c.
Figs New Turkish, oc lb.. 14c; new
12c; new California car
toons, lb.. Sc.
Vegetables Choice Triumph potatoes,
bu.. $1.40; Wisconsin Holland cabbage, lb..
ty, agreeable and all that sort of thing-
but that she is '"not quite nice." The
two are using ihe same word to express
Euage. lb.. 2c; new tomatoes, per crate. $2.25.
Again, in the feminine dictionary tho ! Nuts Cocoanuts, per lOo, $4.50; cocoa- i
opposite of "mco"' is "horrid " A man ! nuts, per dozen. 60c; Magnolia peanuts, t
-n tniL- .-.f -. - r, i raw. lb.. TM-r: roasted, 9
"horrid bore." and I can understand hi
rent Ide..s. and they will never acreo . ac: e"?w r r ,looe.
i carrots, io.. zc; parsnips, io.. c; raaisnes,
to whether that girl is nice or other- or. hl,n,,, lettnre. nor lb..
, until they can taU in the samo lan- new beans. $1 15 per box; rhubarb.
for Monday, 42,000. Market steady to 5c
lower. Mixed and butchers. $4.55514.75;
good to choice heavy, $4.C0'fr4.77: rough
heavy. $4.50114.60; light. S4.504.65; bulk
of sales, $l.(5f?4.70.
Sheep Receipts, 3,000. Sheep steady.
Good to choice wethers. $5.25'55.60; fair to
choice mived. $4.00:35.00; western sheep,
$4.75f?5.60: native lambs. ?5.00.6.50;; west
ern lambs, $5.40g6.65; spring lambs .$5.50
Kansas City, May 2S. Cattle Receipts.
100, including 50 southerns. Market un
changed. Export and dressed beef steers,
$4.90(715.50; fair to good, $4.504.75; western
fed steers. $4.25?75.25: stockers
ers. $4.25574.70; southern steers,
southern cows, $3.75g5.25; bulls,
calves, $2.754.75. Receipts for the week,
Hogs Receipts, 2,000. Market strong.
Top, $4.60; bulk, $4.454.53; heavy, $4.50ff
4.00; packers. $4.451?4.55; pigs and light.
$4.00S4.45. Receipts for the week. 47.500.
Sheep Receipts. 2,300. Market strong.
Native lambs. $5.5(7. 00; clipped year
lings. $5.G05i5.75; Texas clipped sheep. $1.50
(gl.90; stockers and feeders, $3.75.50.
St. Louis. May 2S. Cattle Receipts. 200.
Market steady. Beef steers. $i.00t?:..vi;
stockers and feeders. $3.00(51.35; cows and
heifers, $2.25J74.S5; Texas steers, $3.75575 0C;
cows and heifers, $3.1024.25.
Hogs Receipts, 2.5W. Market steady.
Pigs and light, $4.10574.60; packers. $1.50
((7.70; butchers and best heavy. $4,505? 1.75.
Sheep Receipts. 200. Market steady.
Natives, $4.00?J5.65; lambs, $5.005J7.7b.
St. Joseph. Mo., May 2S. Cattle Re
ceipts. 27. Market unchanged.
Hogs Receipts, 6,3. Market steady
to weak Light. $4.404.50; medium and
Sheep Receipts, none.
ed and business almost at a standstill. (
The easier tone in grains offset a firm 1
hag market and caused slight losses, i
July pork closed 5c .lower at $11.274. July
lard was off 2V2C, at $6.47. Ribs were I
up 2c at $6.57.
Estimated receipts for Monday; Wheat, :
4 cars; corn, 451 cars; oats, 166 cars; hogs.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN WICHITA.
170 E 7initrrlic Avonim Comer of Market Slrest, Bitting Block, Third Floor
ILO llUUglab AYCliUC ms 331 333 Take Elefator, Market Street Eitraice
Galveston, Tex., May 2S. Cotton
St. Louis. May 2S. Wool Firm, active.
Medium grades, combing and clothing,
175J23Vic; light tine, 15Jjl7c; heavy fine.
1214c; tub washed, 3132c
DRY GOODS MARKET.
New York, May 2S. The week ended
slowly In the dry goods market, with no
activity in any direction and develop
ments in the price situation are awaited
by the buyer. Little change in prices was
reported, although a small amount of
regular print cloths was reported sold
at 3?),c. but narrow orders have been sell
ing on this basis for some time.
New York. -May 2S. Th statement of
averages of the clearing house banks of
this city for the week shows:
Loans. $1.040.0l3.4i; decrease. $16,070,100
J 1 I Close
Open.l High. Low. ) T'daylYes dy
Wheat! j j f
May . SSViOCu! 9714 95 96Tfc ' 9Si
July oB7H S7 S6-J 87 !S75j
1 July nffiffS6UlS64ff?i ssj S5T f 6H
Sept OIS2-W4' S24 S2V& Si! 8"
i Sept nlSOf?-! SOTfc S0',5ff?6 S0j S0
Corn I j i j j
May . 47fel 47U 46l 46?M 47
July ..illW'kl 47 46 47 47?,
Sept . 175j4747g47 4646 47i
Oats-I j j j '
May . 41i! 411 41 41UI 4l'i
Sept .aHggajj 30?4 s-
Pork ( j
July . 11.30 ll.r 11.25 11.27V-1 11.22U
Sept . 11.55 11.55 j 11.50 11.55 i 11.60"
Lard j j i
July . 6.474 6.47 6.47UI 6.47A 6.50
Sept . C.Go C.671 6.62'.a1 6.67! 6.67U
Kibs-j j j j j
July .1 6.55 j 6.571 6.521 6.57W 6.55
Sept .! 6. .a 6.75 6.671 6.75 6.72
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Steady. Winter patents, $4.70
4.R0; straights, $4.405J4.60; springs patents,
51.305i4.70; straights. $3.9(n?4.20; bakera'.
Wheat No. 2 spring. 95fj97c; No. 3, 85
C;97c: No. 2 red, $1,055x1.06.
Corn No. 2, 472c; No. 2 yellow. 4Vc.
Oats-No. 2. $41U41c; No. 2 white.
43c; No. 3 white. 415i43c.
Rye No. 2, 72c
Barley Good feeding, 3S40c; fair to
choice malting. 455J56c.
Flax Sed No. 1, $1.00; No. 1 north
Timothy Seed Prime, $3.05.
Provisions Mess pork, per bbl., $11.205i
11.25; lard, per 100 lbs., $6.lV?i6.42i4; short
ribs sides (loose), $6.375.50; short clear
sides (boxed). $6.255?6.50.
Whiskey Basis of high wines, $1.2S.
Clover Contract grade. $10.75.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Flour, bbls 24.100 2S.7
Wheat, bu 14,000 10,lO
Corn, bu S52.000 51.2f
Oats, bu 142.700 130.400
Rye. bu 4.0) 2.9)
Barley, bu 24,200 6.S00
On the produce exchange today quota
tions were as follows:
Butter Steady. Creameries, ISlP.ic:
dairy, 12lf?16c .
Eggs Steady, at mark, cases included.
15fr 15 c
Cheese Steady, 7?;g9e.
Kansas City, May 2S. Wheat Lower.
May, S6c; July, 75i5?75Sc; September,
60 and 90 days. 25J2:& per cent; 6 months,
Stfri per cent. Prime mercantile paper.
WiSHi per cent. Sterling exchange nom
inal, with actual business In bankers'
bills at 4S7.15i4S7.2) for demand, nnd at
4S5.255J4S5.30 for 60-day bills. Posted
rates, 4So and 4SS. Commercial bills, $4.S5
ST. LOUIS. 4; DETROIT. 1.
Detroit. May 29. Inability to hit the
ball when chances were offered lost to
day's game fo rDetrolt. Slever was ef
fective in pinches and Heldrich's great
catches saved many runs. St- Louis hit
Klllian hard. Attendance, 3,v). Score:
R II E
Detroit 0 000001001 S 0
St. Louis 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 4 12 3
BOSTON, 3; WASHINGTON, 2.
Boston, May 2S. Timely hitting gave
Boston today's game with Washington.
The visitors fielded better than the cham
pions and Townscnd pitched a better
game than did Dineen. A small Satur
day crowd witnessed the game. Attend
ance. 5,600. Score: RHE
Boston 0 0002100 3 6 3
AVashington 0 0 0 S 1 1 0 0 0- 2 6 0
Batteries: Dineen and Farrell; Town
send and Kittredge.
NEW YORK. 1; PHILADELPHIA. 0.
Philadelphia. May 2S. Chesbro shut out
the home team today. Plank also was
effective until the eighth. In this In
ning Keeleer's third hit. Conroy's sacri
fice and Anderson's double to right scored
tne run. Attendance. 10.10W. Score:
R II E
XCW YOrK (JUBWUIIDlll-l 3 3
Philadelphia 0 000 000000 4 1
Batteries: Chesbro and McGuire;
Plank and Powers.
CLEVELAND. 9; CHICAGO. 4.
Cleveland. May 2S. Cleveland batte!
White out of the box In the second in
ning and also bunched hit.s on Patter
son in the fourth. Moore kept Chicigo's
hits well scattered. Attendance,
Cleveland 3 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 9 15 2
Chicago 0 11010 0 104 8 s
Batteries: Moore and Bemis; Patter
son, White, Sullivan and McFarland.
American League Standing.
Club Won. Ixst-
! Philadelphia IS
National League Standing.
Club Won. Lost.
St. Louis .,
Stanley, Martha E.
At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 5; Louis
At Columbus Columbus. 2; Toledo 1.
At Minneapolis .Minneapolis, 4; Kan
sas City. 10.
At St. Paul-SL Paul. Jl; atllwaukec. 3.
American Association Standing.
St. Paul ....
Deposits. $1,095,955,500; decrease. $1,512,600. ' tTVi ' Z 1 NO
Circulation. S37.OM.flOO: increase. S521.200 r. 2 red. $1-': No. 3. $1.05fj
-egal tenders, $S1.155,S00; increase.
Specie. $223.275.4; increase. $13,272,300.
Reserve requireed. $274,753,375; decrease,
Surplus. $29.692.300 : Increase, $16.65.5.050.
Ex-United States deposits. $35,911,775; In
1.01. Receipts of wheat, 37 cars.
Bran $l.f'?il.03; shorts, $1.5.
Corn Lower. May. 46c; July.
! September. 41-'5ic
I fMc; No. 3, 45c
New York IS
St. Louis 15
At Des Moines Dos Molnct
At Denver Denver, 4; Colorado
St. Joseph Game off. account of rain.
COLLEG EBA S EB A LL.
SL Louis May 2S. The baseball team
of Washington university of St. Louis de
feated Kansas university at the world's
fair stadium today by a score of 10 to 4.
At Ithaca Ithaca. 2; Pennsylvania, 3.
At New Haven Yale. 4; Andover,- 1.
At Princeton Harvard. 6: Princeton, 7.
At Chicago Illinois. 11; Chicago, 0.
List of letters remaining In the post
office at W'chlta. Kan., uncalled for, for
the week ending May -2S. 154. In
calling for any of these letters say "ad
vcrtlsed," girlrtg the date:
Slmonson. Mrs. D. S.Woller, Jano
Simmons, Murgret Wood". Eva
Short. Mtnnio Wlmnr. Lena
Shults, Corn Wlllard. Katllfl
Stelte. Grace Wugoner, Khoda.
Studor. Mrs. E. H.
CHICAGO. S; ST. LOUIS. 2.
Chicago. May 2S. Chicago again de
fen ted Si. Louis another close and cx-
citing game In the seventh, with two 'irafam- "u
out. Tinker stole home irom uurd with '-rvi
cash vA' - miT-ed jt i the ball in the pitcher's hand, scoring. J
cash No mixed. 4, wlcnlng run. Attendance. 7J& Hobba. Marcarct
; No. 2 white. 45c. I It H E : HM- Mary
Kreps, Mrs. C. M.
M-Klrby, Jennie It.
Lambert. Mr. C
Crew, Mrs. Roy M.McKlbMn. Mrs. J. A,
Gibbr. Jin OUver
Graham. Hut tin
"I cure Varicocele In cno treatment-"
i lb.. 12c: aimonds. lb.. 14c: walnuts, lb..
w4.m tt. ttui.uiu icjis mo mat a man 0u. L25.
la wealthy and clever and goodlooking Maple Sugar 35-lb. palls, per 1-lb,
"but I m sure he s horrid " she has , 10 cents.
Oats Lower. No. 2, 465j47c; No. 2 mixed, i Chicago
Hay Choice timothy. $10.50gll.00; choice
Butter Steady. Creamery. 12I5c; dai
Eggs Fresh, 13c
St. Loui, May 2S. Close: Wheat
Lower. No. 2 red. cash, elevator, nom
inal; track. $1.07il.C9; July. S4c: Septem
ber. SO-tc: No. 2 hard. 5lfr37c
Com Lower. No. 2. cash. 42c; track.
4974?Vic: July, 43Iic: September, 4P4c
102 1 5 6 iiHfw Jii"
8 1 6 1 0 0 Sll 5' Har. Emma
Corrfelon and O'Neill; Cor- , .J
belt and Zerfa.
BOSTON. S; PHILADELPHIA. 2.
Philadelphia. May 2 Although tb
locals hit more frequently than Boston
today, the vUltors hit with better re
sults Philadelphia's errors were dtsa.
trous and helwrd Boston to win. Attend
ance. J.5M. Score: R H E
Philadelphia 0001020 0 2 3 3
Boston S000131&&-5 5 1
Batteries: McPherson and Mara hail,
WUhelm and Moran.
NEW YORK. 2; BROOKLYN. L
ew lOrK. J7 a. icvtinujiy won
Payne. Mrs, w
B Ijcvan. II. L
Lo(ithrwooil, W. it,
Iivenbfiry. F. 1L
Lllllc. D. M.
Linton. A. L.
Itnnlng, E. A,
Moore. E. II.
McDonald. F. J.
Myer, Jan. II.
and.Montgomery, T. O.
Madison. W. It.
McGraw, 8, O.
McCane. W. IL
Nutt. D. T.
Newman, Lowls IL
Poleon, A. II.
Peck. J. J.
Boeder. D, D.
Reew;. J. T.
Reed. J. HI
Sinclair. Burke If.
Stabler. Geo. M.
Shield. J. P,
Hhernr. W. B.
Stltt. Geo. P.
Smith. J. W.
Wilson, A. JL
"While, O p.
Wallace, Hon. IL H.
Bunting. E. L.
Blanchard. S. F.
Barnnby, C. D.
Burger. Wm. I
Curran. A. J.
Mrs. Geo.- F.
Culver. J. V.
Cowan. J. S.
Conway, Chas. W.
Counter, Go. II.
Wycr, M. S.
Eby, R IL
Fox. John J.
Fuller. John T.
Hays, J. W.
Jackson. G. W.
Jackson. It. H.
Karln. Wm. J.
Llnncr. J. A.
Lyle. II. E.
Iauch. A. JL
NO "COLOR" QUESTION.
In Jamaica there Is o "colar Questten
as It understood In tb United Stat,
ftlihowch the blacks ntumbr the thtte
aw least twenty to oo Gc: feetjcif rx
It between th nm Lynching ar.-J
the outrage whVh ttuslly caa It ar
both jrfcr,srr -The "VVorW s Work.
Troubled dth rheuatUtrj ? Then why &m
3o . oloer have dos- tvke lit. Thu&tfW
liter ked V.XrA Strua and b trcr-C t
Oats Lower. No. 2. cash. 41c; track. ' his tenth straight game for New York ,
rro D?1ac Dtmfnna KIaM '-- -r.r-- ;ntr.Ki- r,v-. v-n : todav. With 'one man on te In th
caKe, "r' ..Mt. Jiu; "'- tenth.
dropped into her foreign language. I can
only be sure that she does not mean when
what I mean when 1 speak of a "horrid
tfrl." -London Outlook.
, -v vous LieDUity and All ins- Lead duil $4js.
AVe have noticed .i.at most tunnv ptortii
rtf tjuhcr on an Irishman or a man just
mazned Atchison Globe.
ANCHOR LINE U. S.
KEW YORK. LONDONDERRY
NEW YORK. GIBRALTAR AND NA
PLES. Euperler accommolation. Excellent Cui
sine. The Comfort of Passengers Carefully
Considered. Single or Round Tnt Ticket.
between New York and Scotch. English. I
lrisn anu ui principal acanumavian and
Continental points at attractive rates
Send for Book of Tours. For tickets or
general information apply to any local
aent of. the Anchor Line or to
- fiea'l Agents. .Chicago. BjL
Honey No. 1, new comb, case, $2.30;
pure California Ex.. lb.. "Vic.
Apples Fancy Hunstmen, bbl., $5.00;
fancy Gromes' Golden, bbl.. $5(): fancy and Pmcfato flanrfc
Jonathans, bbl . $5.0); choice Jonathans. ; 3110 ITOSiaie V,ianaS
bbL. $4.50; choice Michigan Baldwins. bbU. t AT SMAI I I? YPT?1US?
$4.25; winesans. bbl.. $5.00; choice Mis-j A1 tAKlLMilL
souri pippins, bbl.. $5.00; fancy Idaho, I Consultation free and cocfldeatiaL Send
box. $1.50; Bon Davis, per box. $4.50. f for my book, free and sealed.
Cheese Wisconsin full cream. 1 H., Hours: Daily. 9 to 4; Monday. Wednes-
1D.. ix; Wisconsin tun cream, i. a. io.. day and Saturday evenings. 7 to S; S
l-w, lull Lll.llil uiiLK. iu., lot, nmuui(,ci, i
lb.. 15c; Wisconsin single flats, lb., 13c ;
Hams Westphalia brand. 10-12 lb. av-
erage. lVAc 12-14. 11c; 14-1. 10ic; 1WS. lJOCtOF
11c: 1S-2C. HHc: skinned. 15-20 lb., lis-c;
sk-.nned. 2 lbs., lltc Add i4c per lb. for
Breakfast Bacon Niagara. S lbs. and
under, strictly fancy, lGc; Westphalia,
-10 lbs., fancy. 14c; Buffalo. 10-12 lb.,
very good. 12c; Winfleld. 12-14 lbs., good,
lOtc Add Vic per fb. for fancy wrapping
(except Niagara). Nlagaraettes. 0c: Cal
Uoxala hamt, jlralca. Sc: .Calf! oral
Warner hit to the right field
bleachers for a home ran. Attcndaiv-e
2a,t"0 Score: RHE
eaSeS Of KidneVS. Bladder i Poultry-Steady. Chickens. 31c: spring. ! Brooklyn '. . S 0 0 9 3 I 2 5 1
Butter Slow. Creameries. 34glS?ic; dai- I aln and Bergen.
rv lOfilSc CINCINNATI S; PITTSBURG. 4.
Eggs-Lower. lTc case count. , "Pittsburg. May 2S CaainKi was stta
"h .o try to tfcs pn;t aJttr tbr fourth
New York Produce. inning, but he was Just esy as MHler
New York M.iv SRrttterOnle arl i Elliott's JTOOd StUPfOrt EWM Etim to
firm- Creamery, common to extra. VnQ
l"-c; state dairy, common to extra,
i heeseIrregular. State full cream,
small colored. TiiSSc: sraail white. P-tt
",c . large, colored and white. i7c 1 .
;rSS WtetCTS FUTURE BOOKS
Pou!tr5--Altve. firm: springs chickens. ; AMERICAN DERBY.
IS'tZv:: fowl?. 14c; turkeys. 12c. Dressed. ... . . - . , T,
steaov to Arm: western -owls, 13-. tnr- ifWs Fair and S JOtjrIIasdleapsL
day. 10 to
keen the bits wl scattered. Attend
ance. 5100 Score: It HE
Pittsburg lQ0612d9 4 I 1
anclnnafl ... 0 I S3 2 n 0 0S-S JI I '
Batt'-ries: Mier. Ur.iu aca i.'a;p .
Elliott and Pelts.
New Yrk Money Market.
. New York. May S. Close: Mosey oa
' call sogial; so louav Stmt lt.i ctsxi
rite for cuouuosf. CasunlJOons
bundled oa all races.
4123 S, Halited SL, Chicago.
Ijcmk Distzaoa Pcjstx XaxAs flft aaA fiX
OF COURSE YOU ARC GOING!
Let ua raraiah. ytKX -Kith ttums-ixxr thtsiva io tfc bulbars. swtaHa. k
rsaaa train wvloe. etc. AsJc ycrxr JocaI arst cr slclrs
C. W. STRAIN, Ontmm lMMCJI MMTt