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Advertisements In this column will be charged for
at the rate of Five Ccnta per line per week. No ad
Tertlscmcnts taken for less than 25 cents, and will
sot be Inserted until paid for.
WANTED Ail honest, intelligent young man to
take charge of an office In Anthouy Kan. Ad-
care this office, E. T.
VT ANTED-A woman to work forenoons, take
TT carcoi cuneoi i umisneu rooms
Main st, opposite Occidental.
Call at 311 N
WANTED Two good messenger boys atA. D.T.
office. Reference required. S8-Ct
"TirrANTED-A Rood Brunswick & nalke pool table
V cnean lor cu.su.
hotel, Caldwell: Kan.
cheap for cash. Address bam Woodson. Leland
WANTED A good girl for general housework.
Good wages paid. Apply at 431 N Main. 7-Ct
l J ANTED To Issue policies on buildings, stocks,
TT fflweliings and their contents. Only Ilret class
companies rcpresenu-d in our-omce. leifpnone io.
63. Apply to John C. Hall & Co.. 218 Douglas av. 9? C
F0?. KENT Fnrntehed bed room with IttlagToom
adjoining, large closet, porch; and entrance to
wards street. One bedroom with porch and
entrance towards street; new bouse; references' trfven
and required. Inquire at 514 w Centralavenue.'6-6t
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front rooms
with board. They are In best looallty, near to
in every way desirable,
FOR RENT One room furnished or unfurnished;
suitable for two persons, with board. In private
family. Inquire at 433, N Topekaave. af
TTOR RENT-Mrs. Munsell; ZU N Main, opposite
whniooaia nrs en hs d nlcvt clean fumlsnea
rooms to let to respectable parties for the fall and
winter wim or witnout Doaru.
T"OR RENT Half of a store room at 138 N Main et.
X' In the best location in iho cnj.
lighted and plate glass windows.
OR RENT Nicely furnished front rooms; large
and airy; soutnern exposi
quire at 422 west Central ae.
cniif hprn ernosure: In a new house. En
f7V)R RENT Furnished rooms by the day or week
4 v ..,. . iUa Clitx-act Tlrtntrl'iH a.r praun Vrt 1 tin
JL 1UUUUU av. .- v-. . ...... .uv. .. ,.,,
stairs, or at Hi West Douglas ave. room No. 1 over
letne S Ciounns ewn;. n. i. .ci. ouiux-, ucH-iur'
T ANTED A room, or room and board In a prl
VY vatc family. Address A. 11. C. Eagle office. 9Mt
WANTED-Partner with $2,000 to engage in the
stoe tin and hardware bilnea in W est Wich
ita, by a practical tinner and lianiw are man. Host or
reference as regards ability. Frank Rogers. v est
Wichita. - lj6Ct
l J ANTED -At onec.
rrsiui cof .if (Inner's tooLsand
machines, fiend luolce and price to mtok
Rogers. West Wichita. u-w
IT'OR SALE A nice easy builncss; suite furnished
' rooms ou Main street; will Invoice SSGS and clear
every month above expenses $1X1,
Kceves, ozu t. uougias ae.
Enquire of W.E,
IT'OR SALE Saddle Donles
JL S. T. Major, cor. Topeka. avo and Tcutb st.
some broke to drive.
IT'OR SALE Choice business property on E DougV
? las ave. Call on Parker S. Smith, at office of J
uamsi narns a vcrmuuon. 98-l.t
XITANTED Teams and men to work on D, M. &
W A, R. K, at Stallorcl. Kan. Good wages and
steady work. Apply at Stafford, on the w ork. Wm ,
CVLeary, Contractor. u30-lm
WANTED Man and wife; man to take care of
horses and cow and make himself generally
useful; woman to do general housework. Enquire at
. M. Hoyd's office undercouuty building. diK-6t
"TTTANTED Girl for general housework, family of
TT two; no wabinu?.
Call at Stewart's drug fctore.
WANTED A situation by a lint class w hlte cook
a joungmau, single and white; b2.tof refer
ence given from labt place. Address Walter Ward,
Eagle office, 195-Ct
"VTT ANTED A capable nurse can be secured for
W day service at reasonable rales. Can refer to
phj slci.ms and other-: Inquire at 618 N Topeka a e.
or address Mrs. B. lock box 17, Wichita, Kan. 115-Ct
WANTED Good boarders at the Greening house,
4JS snd 4.'J0 N Main st. Kerjthluc neat anI
new. Terms by week $1$1-j0 and So.UO. d95Ct
WANTED Tliree palesmcn toapply to meat once.
U. D. Beard, office 412. E Douglas uc. dir.-fct
agents, hotel helu of all kinds, earpenters.stone-
mahons, urieKiucrs; plasterers, rami nanus, etc. i
niRsnns. liriiKlnrr- t
1lio work lor all, male or female; no matter what
jour trade If, I can lit you. I guarantee worker no
pay. I also ftu nlsh help of nil Kinds on short notice.
Call on or address with stamp Will II. Ilattleld,
Wichita. Kan. Office 111 N Main st. di3 0t
170R SALE Will sell with lease and furniture 1
j.- rooms at union diock over l'alace bather shop.
Apply to Mrs, Uandolfo, at Union block. 97-tf
I710R SALE My half iutercst in the estate of the
, late J. H. Mennlch, consisting or farm adjoining
the town of El I'aso, with Implements appertaining
to the said farm. Also town lots and shares in the
town of El Paso, Sedgwick county. Louisa Walker
(late Mennlch.) Apply at Anglo-Am. Loan and In-
eument Co. 57-et
Ij0R SALE A horse and buggy, part cash balance
in payments. For particulars call atxa N Fourth
IJOR SALE Good family cow, fresh; small barn.to
' Ixj remoed. fenqlng pickets and boards. Address
W. E. Hutchinson. 237 W Williams St. 97 It
ITORSALE-Pire insurance policies In ery best com
panies nt adetiuate rates to merchants and citi
zen h of Wichita. Apply to John C.Hall &. Co.. 218
Douglas ave. Telephone No 60. y7-Ct
"ITOR SALE Barber shop and fixtures.
JL .lo 1
"IT'OH SALE A private tclephoiie all complete. In
JL' ciuuingijg miles 01 wire.
ham, 208 S Main st. Wichita.
ldicss V.. Cunning
"YTTANTED A houscKeei.tr, Call at 119 w Doug-
las avenue soon,
iVgood pl.icefor a good w
d9 1 U
"T7"ANTKI H. II. Hall, a joung man Ironi nortli
T trn Illinois would IlKe a situation In a real s
tale office or position as bookkecpir Inn store. He Is
agraduateof theUeni City business college ofQuln
c. Ill, and good recumineiid.itlon os to vhaiacler
can be given. Address 1. O Box 271, Wichita. u!H-Ct
IT'OIt SALE 21 head of 3 and 4 j tar old steers: good
graue. inquireor t.. w
southwest of Garden Plain.
ard lloembach, 4 milts
1U5 lit W25 2t
"T7"OU SALE 1 gowl surrey, will trade for a good
JU open buggy orznorse wagon. Apply
14 U N
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MARKETS BT TELEGRAPH.
ew York Moey Markets.
Kew York, September 8.
Money On call easier, ranging from 4 to 6 per cent
Prime Merchanttle Paper Kg5 per cent.
Sterling Exchange Weak and unsettled; actual
rate iSlH for 60 day bills and 431 J for demand.
Government Bonds Dull and steady.
State Bond Dull and heavy.
O-Ijer-centa of "95 , 123Jf
State Bonds Very dull and steady.
Missouri 6s 10C
The yacht race again drew a large proportion of the
operators of the street away and as a consequence
today's market was dull and almost featureless, the
trading being confined to some ten or a dozen stocks
and the market closed barely steady close to open
ing figures. Prices show declines In the majority of
Instances but In no case for more than fractional
amounts while Wabash preferred Is up 1 per cent.
The total sale of stocks today were 123,831 shares.
ChIcago& Alton 141
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy isn
Lake Shore"""." """" '.'.'. '.'. '.?.".7.7.."."""" '.'.'.". STli
Missouri Pacific noi?
Northwestern , iisjl
New York,Central , now
Rock Island 126W
Union Pacific sck
Western Union 6754
AT &SF lstrs 125
Do RE bai
New York Grain.
New Yorit. September S.
Ungraded red, SOG&OH No. 2 red, 87fi elevator. SSJfi
Corn Snot lots hade hlzher: o tit Ions lower, clos
ing stendy ;Ungradcd aiSSJJi; No 2 Slfcj; elev ator 52J
Oats moderatlve active, mixed western SlgCI
white western. Sfcg-10.
Butter Firm; western, VX&X&i.
Cheese Firm, western, 15sl5.
Eggs Firm; western fresh, 15?i.
Tccsox. Arz., Sept 9. The Demo
cratic territorial convention nominated
Marcus A. Smith, of Tombstone, delegate
to congress, and Chas. M. Thomas, of Tuc
son, superintendent of schools. The plat
form is highly eulogistic of President
Cleveland, Secretary Lamar, Gov. Zulick
and Gen. Miles, and demands the unlimi
ted coinage of silver.
Publie Land Strip.
johk & cozrsm.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. September 7.
Wheat displayed considerable strength In the early
trading with free buying by teveral local specula
tors. The price of October was pushed up to S5 but
from that point the market dragged and sold off
slowly to 77 3-1G, recoveied a fraction and closed at
77 15-16. There was very little or no news to affect
the market in either direction, A very slow market
was had In corn, there being nothing In the market
or general situation to attract speculation.
riour steady and unchanged.
Wheat Sales ranged:
September, 7C76Hi, closed 7GJ; October.
closed n; Ho. 2 Spring 71 H J
4 itr. 4 reu ,,.
6i$W,jClobeJ 33 J;
"TOR SALE OU TRADESCO acres of land. Will
A trade lor horses or cattle. Call
at Arlington house.
on T.J. Keenor,
"ANTED A first class cook, altou washwoman
ui a-i uougias ave uji m"
"VT"AN11.D By man and wife, two unfiirhished
? rooms or small cottage, within four or live blcks
f Fourth and Douglas aves. Addrci-s D. lock box M
stating location uid p. Ice. d91-Ct
"1 'ANTED Common I'tborcrs. hottl clerks, rail
TT road liandK, carittntu-s, and every class of la
borers, also parties w lio me In need of help of any
kind to cill ami see me at once. Employ nicnt agency
ottiee Hi E Douglas ave, G. D. Board. 191 Ct
WANTED A p,sIi!oii as mire. Apply at 237
Ohio ave, cor E 1st st. and Ohio ave, Refeience
given l')4 f,t
T"ANTKD A good girl at 501 North Lawrence
"VTrANTED 'fvventj voiing ladies aud gentlemen
to take lessons in short hand and tj pe writing
at houthwestern Business colli
commencing Monday, SU. 6.
any time. Mrs. M. E. J'awcett.
Can enter class at
IT'OR SALE I have some special bargains in farms
? from two to three miles lrom Cheney: ItOacres
three miles from Cheney, W) acres in cultivation; 50
acres In corn; one acre In potatoes; house, orchard,
rtable and well, nice grove, small truits, etc, all for
Si,.H). Also l,l(iU acres, two miles from Cheney; 400
ncies under feme; three housos; orchard, grove, liv
ing water ell bottom. Sl'J.liOO. Thee are two bpeci
niei.s of tliousai.ds of acres for sale by me. Inquire
of John Coffey, Cheney, fccdgw Ick county, Kansas.
iT'OR SAIJ' Bakery and restaurant at Anthony,
Kan., doing a good pajlng business. Reason for
selling, poor health. John Ambler, Anthony, Kan.
IT'OH SALE Old papers at this ofllco at 25 cents a
17OR SALE A fine breeding Jack, for the sum of
L 31M). Inquire or write to Pink Kouts. 3btf
IT'OH SALE Call at once while tho prices aro low;
" no better bargains can be had th-in in the Wlth
lia gardens. Ashbel Welch, Eagle block. db.S I2t
-The garden spot of tho world, other-
niationapiilv to the princijial 1c.1l estate dealers or
X1 wise known as the Wichita gardens-.
to Ashbel welch, Eagle block.
vjru, .s; sepieinoer, ;
October, 41wlIVclosed 4154
Oats Cash, aud August, 23J4; September. 2l?&
25'(I, closed 24Jf5
Kje Steady. No. 2, cash. 49.
Harlev Weak; No. 2, C9i.
Flax Seed Strong; No. 1. SI 10.
Pork Cash, $3wail 5. Septem, $3 S2y.3.9 GO
I-ird Firm'; cash $7 S7G7 40K; August, $7 207CCVI,
closed?? i2;jSepttmbcr, $7 2Ui37 aj. closed 7 L5;
Whiskey Steady, SI 15.
Butter Firm; creamery. 15H.22K; dairy, UC21.
Hotatoes Firm. $1 CfK?J2 00 per barrel.
Receipts Fiour, S.Ujo; wheat, TT.O'JU; com, 31,000;
oats, 27,000; rje. 10,0 1); barley, CI,W.
Shipment!. Flour, 7.000; vhe.it, ICO.COO corn.l 11,000
oats, MMJOO; rje, lduo; bailey. b,U.O.
Kansas Cltv Grain and Produce.
Kansas City. Scptumber 8.
Flour Steady: quotations In car lots: xx, 73c; xxr,
85cvj)c, family, $1 051 15; choice, SI :X)1 40; fancy,
SI 0(;l 70, patent, Si W(j,i I0-,riC flour, si 45(3.1 70.
w heat Receipts 22,500; shipments 17,600; In store,
S.dts ranged: No. 2 red cash, CT bid; October
Gili May 74s,; bid. No. 2 soft, cash C-IJ b.d.
Corn Sales ranee t: No. 2 cash. J2'x: Old. 33 asked
Oct Z.y, May 40M bid. asked. N0..2 white, cash
"fX7"ANTEI)-Ev erj Iwdj looking
r for employment to
note the following wants: 2 farm hands, 5 men
to cut torn. 5 hod carriers. 4 plaslcicrs. 10 lathers. 2
clerks for lunch counters, to men to t-hlp to territory
to work on railroad, 3 sign vv liters. 1 carriage striper
2 men ami vv Ives to work on farm, G men to take po
sition In life Insurance office, 5 carpenters, 3 good
scamstres' to take woik home with them. I have
rails for everv branch of Industry, and to obtain a
situation all von have to do is to call and leglster or
nddicxs wlthstamp, .I.E. Kcnvvorthy, Employment
Agency, Ms DougWs av ' diM-Gt
X1 Flour Mill.
SALE TRADE-OR RENT The Mulvane
For terms, call on or address J. E.
Humphrey & Son, Wichita, Kacs. JS3 tf
ITvOE SALE The Wichita Gardens. The biggest
: thing now ollcrcd in tlie market. Enquire of
principle real estate dealers, or of Ashbel WelchEaglc
"WTANTED A gill for general housework at
Y boarding house N E Cor. 'I bird and Law rence.
7"AN1 ED-A girl, 5C5, N Empoi u avenue.
WANTED To rent a house of seven rooms, hltu
ittcd ncarto hchooland within two blocks of
streetcars. Will pay good rent and guaiantccgood
Bse of the property. Address II. J. C, 1'. O. box. 411.
"TTTANIED A good kitchen girl. Apply at the
W corner of Thirteenth street und Falrvlew av-
"TlTANl ED A position as Job printer and fore
T man of some good country weekly In southern
or western Kansas. Am a married man and have
had over twelve jears experience at the printing
business. Been running .1 w eekly paper for the past
18 months and sold out Sept. 1st and want position
as stated. Address M. C. Kiingmaii, Meriden, Kan.
ANTED A girl to do general housework. Ap
ply to Mrs. Aouener, 115 Law rence ave. d9J Gt
"WTTAN'I ED By two j oung men, a nicely furnished
YY room; location near Douglas nve; price no ob
ject; reference given and required, jvuurcss u. r...
WANTED Woman to do washing at honse one
day eath week. Mrs. II. BUckw elder, 347 N
Kinporla av e. 92
ANTED To buv stock cattle of all kinds. J. A.
Belmer, at Hor.se and Mule Market. d'Jd-tf
XITANTED I -adles tow oik for me, local or trav.
TT eling; something entirely tiew; for ladles only
$1 dally easily made
jarsirce. Jirs. 1
no photo, no painting; part leu
X. Little.box 413, Chicago. IB. b'J lm
WANTED A situation by a coniiietcnt book
keeper of six j ears experience; vv holesale. bank
or real estate; loan and lnsurauce business preferred.
iuii give (laiiK. iviuieiiee. .iiiiies-s iw. . . miuj
olllce. dS9 lt
1710R SALE Special Bargain Farm near Garden
? Plain, lfxi acres. Crop ot corn goes with projierty
or a liberal cash reduction If coin is not. taken.
Ashbel Welcli. Eagle block. 77 tf
17OR SALE Bakery and restaurant at Anthony
? Kan., doing a good paying business. Reason for
selling, poor health. John Ambler. Anthony. Kan.
IT'OR SALE Special bargain ;1G0 acres near Wichita:
; farming implements go with property ; v ery low If
sold In a lew dajs. Ashbel Welch, iiglc block. d77-tf
IT'OR SALE 810.000 will buy 100x140 ft with house
? on 4th avenue, just south of William stieet, sulfa
ble for wholesale or agricultural implement ware
house; aside track can be put hi very cheap. E. C.
and L. R. Cole, :r,HJ Douglas av e. 1S tf
FOR SALE-30 lots In Hibarger's addition. These
lots lrout on Washington avenue and west on
Mosley avenue, are covered vv itli line fruit and shade
trees, ami will be sold on easy terms. Call on Bannel)
& Morehouse. 50 tf
ITOR SALE Grand Central Hotel. Gcuda Springs,
: Sumner county, Kansas, the great health resort ol
sunny, southern Kansas; doing a good paving busi
ness: ev entiling nice aud new; newly furnished this
spring; a good chance for Mime one: reason for sell
lug, age. Call 011 or addrcs.3 R. C; Love, Gleuda
Spring, Kansas. dGl tf
J7AORSALK G lots 011 N. Waco avenue, between
; Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets; will be sold at
a bargain. Inquire at 151 N Main st. 50-tf
Very dull aud easier; cash
ftc Better. 41 J.
Hay Firm; fancy smrJl baled, 53 ZO,
Mill stuff Ouiet.
Butter Steady; creamery fancy, IS; good, 15; dairy,
13: store packed, 10; common, G.
Corn Meal Green, 85; dried, 00.
eady at lie.
IT'OR SALE My stock of groceries and queensvvare
; at Anthony, Kan.; w 111 sell for cash only; stock
vv 111 Invoice for $4,500. I w III rent to the parties buy
ing, the building, which Is 120 feet with good ct liar.
I. It Forbes. Anthony, Kan. 47-tf
IT'OR SALE 500 town lots In Garden City; special
; bargains; also deeded laud adjoining the eity. Call
on or address E. J. l'jle, ical estate agentliarden
City. Kan. 45m
IT'OR SALE 191 high grade sheep, or will trade for
' Wichita city property or for cattle. Enquire 119
E Douglas av e. A. T. BuckerMge. d5S tf
"VITANTED We want j ou to know that 3 our own
TT Interest requires v 011 to Invest in the Wichita
Gardens before the price goes up. Ashbel Welch,
lUigle block. dSS-iat
"VfT'AN I'hD Investors and speculators to know all
T T about the Wichita Gardens. Enquire of Ashbel
Welch 1-igle block. da lit
"VTrANTED Everj one to see the bU ad of the
TV Wichita Gardens In another column. Ashbel
Welch. Eagle block. dSs l.'t
7"AN1ED Ciu-penters, farm hinds, common la
T borers, railroad hands, hotel clerks, bookkeep
ers, masons, brick moulders, and every class of la
borers 10 apply to me at once, for never In the past
four vears has there been s-ucli a call for help. Every
body that wants work can obtain it at once If they
Hill address with stamp or call on J. R. Kenwortl.j.
StW Douglas ave. dSb if
WANTED AT ONCE 300 teamsters, shovelers
and rockmen, to work on Southern Kansas rail
road south of New Kiowa. In the Indian territorj.
Good board and good water. Wages $1 JO per day.
board SA50 per week. For furthtr particulars and
free transportation apply at SOS Douglas ave. Wich
ita. Kan. J. II. Hi.nipson. contractor. dS5-3w
WANTED To loan $500. M0 on buslncfs blocks or
farms lu tho next sixty daj s. Ashbel Welch.
Eagle block. d77tf
ANTED To place short loans at low rates. Sloney
on hand. Ashbel Welch, Eagle block. d ..tf
WANTED Insuance of all classes; lowest rates on
city and farm property. Ashbel Welch, Eagle
"TT"ANTED Borrowers for money; we place aiouey
YY at the low ot rites on all kinds or chattel se
curity loans, and hKo 'in second mortgages ou farms.
Wichita Banking Co.. and Farrnei-8 Banking CoNo.
116 West Dotybu av e. 37 tf
WANTED Boarders at the northeast corner of
Third and lawrenco ave. 35 tf
WANTED To loan $50,000 on business blocks and
residence proiierty. within the next thirty
daj'S. Kmisiuj Loan aud Investment company 127tf
"TXTANTED Bookkeepers and business men to
YY know lliat the National Accountants Bureau
offers unsurpassed facilities for the procurement of
first-class men and women for positions as book
t.w..M.ri nnri nmsniintAnf a. Business men who want
efficient help, and expert bookkeepers who can give
first -class references, and want situation, vyould do-
well bv addressing us. Office lor tne staie 01 hiuniv
at the Southw estern Business College, W Ichlta. Kan
"TirANTED-To loan at lowest ratCN $M0,iW ou city
VV and rann proiwrty. Money ready any day.
S. W.Cooper. 137 Main st. op"
IT'OR RENT-A light, well cntilatcd. furnished
' room, one block from Douglas ave. tuitahle tor
two gentlemen. Reference given and required. En
quire at N o. JU7, S. Law rence uv e. 93-Gt'
-IT'OR RENT Brick ttoro with shelv ing suitable fcr
X? dry gixnls. Address Holdridg & Go0-gin. Anthony
1TIOR RENT Newly f iirnishcd rooms on Main street
? private house; oipcslto the Occidental Grucory.
St3 Main st. 17-Ct
FOR RENT Desirable offtte or sleeping roon-sln
Hartwlg block, cor. Douglas and Fourth avenues.
. F. Niederlandcr. " 9T-Gt
R RENT Furnished rooms at 402 S rmnnrii
ave, S blocks south of Tremont hotel. dXJ-6t
FOR RENT Strictly flrst-clasR furnlshetl rooms.
Urgent and most convenient In Wichita, in Union
block, over l'alace barber shop, next to Commercial
hotel. Douglas avenue. Apply to Mrs. Gaadolf o. room
No. 5. up stair. dSS-tf
R RENT Furnished rooms at 155 N Topeka
FDR RENT-Nlcelvforntohed rooms ac 322 NMalm
treet, S doors north of Occidental hotel. UMt
IT'OR SALE-177 acres of land on tho west bank of the
. blgArkansas rlver.G miles northwest of Wichita-,.!,
acres plowed and a small orchard; no buildings; bai
mice fenced vv itli vv Ire, watered by the river; all gcd
bottom land; price S-V. jser acre if sold soon; part c.ish,
balance to suit at 8 per cent. Inquire bv letter. .1. It
Brinloy. Wichita. Kan. d.1 wlStf
IT'OR SALE Lots In Dodge's addition west of the
" Fair gtound. half miles north of the University
grounds. These lots aro tho highest and ln?st in the
city. Time will be given to thoso wishing to build, if
desired. For further particulars Inquire at the gro
cery store o IDodge & Hughes, 122 W Douglas avenue.
FOR SALE or trade-Good Hourln? mill at Albion,
Harper count-, Kan., 0:1 the S. K. railroad. lJwC
miles west of Argonla on the St. Loui. Ft bcott i
Wichita railroad. Will sell on long time r trade for
other projicrfy. Address II W Lew is, Wichita d!20tf
IT'OR SALE. Good residence and business property
" In town of Clearwater; also a good farm near
county seat of Comanche county: will trade for Wich
ita city property. Inquire 123 N Market street. 115tf
IT'OR SALE 15 high grade Hereford bulls, one and
J tw o ears old. Inquire at Rock Creek ranche. 7
miles w est of Andale, or at Red Front Shoe store.
Allen & Lew Is. Wichita, Eau. d75tf
IT'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR REAL ESTATE
" Two good work horses, one Job wagon, one ex
press wagon with side scats, two sets double harness,
and one single harness. alsoa good Haines piano.
Will be sold at a bargain; owner about to leave the
city. Apply at 24J N Market street. dSS-l.t'
IT'OR SALE Fine farm near Mt. Hope, improved. S)
? acres good plow land. 40 acres good bay hind, 40
acres good pasture. Will give long time on part and
vv ill take in trade horses or cattle. Inquire at probate
J udge's ofllco. d 1 13tf
IT'OR TRADE T'e have 1CT acres well Improved
? land to tiade for Wichita property. Forter. But
ton & Noble. 132 Main st, up stairs. 97 5t
T7ORTRADE-160acre farm in Butler county. Kan
L1 to exchange for merchandise. Address lock Ikjx
3r0, El Dorado, Kan. d5S-Gf
I7OR TRADE Farms In Butler to trade for ock3
of goods ou advantageous terms.
IT'OR TRADE Uvery stable and the entire outfit:
good business, good location; everything be
longing to aJlrstcluss liverv stable: situated iu the
city of Cleveland, Ohio; will trade for land In west
ern Kansas. For i-art.culsrs address look box I.
Wichita. Kan. ji- tf
IT'OR EXCHANGE We have a half section of Sedg
? w ick county land, partly improved, which we
will exchange for Wichita proirty npouicr.- liberal
terms. Bunnell & Mevrehouse, " tf
Corn Chop Bulk. 70: tacked
Bran Bulk, 47; sacked. 52.
Cheese Full cream. 10; flat, 79; Young America,
I0Jo; Kansas, 57.
1'oultry Steady; old hens, $2 25; old mixed, $1 75;
spring chickens large, $2 25, small, gl 25Q1 50.
Dried Apples. lfe:;e; peaches, A3J)c.
Wool Missouri, unwashed heavy line. 10(118; light,
1SS22; medium combing, 2224; coarse. 20g21; low and
carpet. 1517: Kansas and Nebraska heavy tine, 1513;
light, 19821; medium, 20ig.23;tub washed choice, ai35;
due, 3l.r; dingy and low, 27Si29.
Broom corn Hurl, 10 self working, G7; common,
5; crooked, 3tfa4.
Hides-Dry flint. No. 1, 13; No.,2; 11; bulls and stags,
S; dry salt. No, 1. 10, No. 2, U; green salt, No. 1. bJL No.
2, 7; green uncured, No. 1.7, No. 2, 0;calf, 7G9; sheep
pelts, dry, 10tfl2.
Tallow No. 1, 3; No. 2. 3.
Provisions Sugar cured hams, 13,brcakfast bacon,
10; dried beef, II; dry salt clear rib sides, $6 15;
long clear, S'j 05: shoulders, S5 GO; short clear, $6 50.
smoked clear rib sides, 7 00; loug clear, $6 GO: short
clear, $7 00; mess pork, $10 Ou; shoulders, 0 25; beef
L-ird Choice tierce. $5 55.
Flax beed 'JScGgl 00.
St. Louis Grain and Produce.
ST. Louis. September 8".
Flour Quiet, unchanged; xxx 82 202 30, family
$2 -UM-J 55; choice. S2 H03 10; fancy, $J 40&3 50.
extra fancy, S.I .0&3 85; patent. $4 004 30.
Wheat Receipts, l",70i. sliipmeiils, 13.700; In store,
39,000; imrket weaker No. 2 red.caah, 701:
Corn No. 2 mixed cash. ST.Jfi bid: Oct "573(;S?,
OaU No. 2, cash. 25. Sept 25J; October 25.
h e No. 2 cash, 43
Barley No market:
Lead Dull; rellned, $4 GO; chemically hard;&4 57-t.
Butter Quiet; creamery, 17t&23; dairy, lUffllS.
Whiskey Steady; $1 10.
Fork steady: S10 25.
Lard Firm: G 50.
Receipts FloOur. TAX); wheat, 79.000; corn, 32,000:
oats. 77.( A): Rie.SOJO: birley. 2.0M.
Shipments Flour, 20,000: wheat, 133,000; corn, 5,000
oats, s,uoo;re, none; barley, none.
Bat City, Jlich.ept. 9. -The Tenth
district Prohibitionists nominated David
Ross for congress. '
The Democrats of 'the1 Sixth 'district did
not fuse with Greenbackcrs but nominated
L. II. Ripley for congress.
Detroit, llich., Sept. 9. The Demo
cratic convention for the First district to
day nominated Judge J. Logan for con
gress. iVutmeff Pubs.
Hartford, Coun., Sept. 9. At the
state Republican convention in this city to
day, Phineas C. Lounsbury was nominated
for governor on first ballot.
United States Senator O. IT. Piatt was
chosen presiding officer and made the open
ing speech. After a recess Thos. Clark
was nominated for comptroller. Pending
the counting of the vote Senator Hawley
briefly addressed the convention. The
committee on resolutions thpn reported the
platform. It favors a tariff upon imported
productions of low priced foreign labor,
and expresses the readiness of the party to
forward the enactment of such laws tend
ing to endicate the evils of intoxication as
public sentiment may demand.
An Aggressive Campaign.
Clay Center, Kan., Sept. 9. The Fifth
district congressional committee had an in
teresting meeting to-day and decided upon
an aggressive campaign to ue inaugurated
some time hereafter. Nine out of ten
members of the committee were present.
Hard rains are visiting this rcction of
country every night
Heard Their Choice.
Sedalia, Mo,, Sept. 9. The Democrat
ic central committee of the Sixth district
met at the court house today and canvassed
the vote of the congressional primary. The
official count gives Heard's majority at 131.
On motion Mr. Heard was declared to be
the unanimous choice of the convention
for candidate for congressman of the Sixth
Judge Getldes Declined.
2stew London, Ohio, Sept. 8. The
Fourteenth district Democratic convention
today nominated Dr. Thos. G. Brister.
Judirc Geddes declined.
SUBJECT TO SETTLEMENT.
ENCLEWOOD, the supplying and cnt-fitttns point
Only one and a half miles from the NEU
TRAL STRIP LANDS.
Take the Englewood Stage at Dodge City; which
leaves daily. dl54
COZINE & RIDDELL
BEAL ESTATE ACKEN"TS.
City Proyerty and Farms for Sale-.-Rents Collected and Taxes Paid.' '
Correspondence Solicited. Basiness Promptly Attendedto
156 23T. MAIN ST. - WICHITA, KANSAS.
MONEY TO LOAN
SELECTOR-, LJss H 0 R E
i Ty Cf t"rl"3"1 Ti? i
1 VcS Aill 2
ri final and Only Qenu
'ake no Other Brand.
I nnoi O ine. Ta
TSASS ITSH C0HPA2TST. ST. XOUIS. KO.
Kansas City Live Stock.
ICanssCitv, Scptcniher 8.
Cattle Receipts. 1921 shipments. C; fat stuff
strong and a shnde hlshcr;grrjis raiiKe of good ijuaii
ty steady; common dull; choice. S-t IX)a4 0). com
mon to medium, 3 SYU 40; stockcrs, " $J 33
Ct-! 75; fttderx, S3 80"tJ U); cows. Si 0C&J 00;
Kr?ss Texas steers, $.' JlG-' 49.
Hogs Receipts, C556, shipments 10C5: choice;
llrm, others, steady; good to cLoice, &l M4tO
common to medium, SI hfel CO, hkliw and i)tss.
.Sheep Iecciit3. 413 ; shipment. 202; stendv;
pootlto choice, $J 403 (X); common to medium, 81 50
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Locis, Septcmher 8.
Cattle Receipts. ICO); shipments, 23i0: market
Ann; good to choice shippers, 4 i4 bC: com
mon to fair. $-5 431 23; butcher steers, $-1 2.VS4 10
cows and heifer-". $2 2:"!53 SO, throush Texans, $2 25
0.1 30; Indians. S3 .'33 3).
IIors ltecelpts. 3urn; hiements, 500, market active
and strong; butchers and host heavy, 4 0U33 15;
mixed packing. 4 40.34 65; llRht, 4 10Ci4 TO.
Sheep Recclrts. 2-'V); shipments, TOO; market
steady and unchanged; Qi C4 1
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicauo. September 3.
Cattle Receipts, 900; shlptnenU 2300; market
strontc and active; Rood to choice butchers ti Hk
3:10 ptockei-x fi .0c3 35: hulls antl mixed SI 250300:
shipping steers, $3 4c'it 5C5; through Texas cattle,
Hogs Perelpts. 17.0V; fhlpments, 5; market
strong; good butchers to best beavv $1 M4 W).
packing and shipping, 3 ( 10; light, S3 754 W.
Sheep Rccelrto. 4.00O; shipments, 5U0; market
stead: natives, S2 4 00: western, 93 40c3 55; Tex
ans, SI T5-S3 OU lambs, S4 00 CO.
w York Lire Stock.
Naw Yobk. Septemlicr S.
Reeves Receipt including 62 car loads for export
were 4570 head, making XOi for the week; demand
was weak and trading very slow at decline of uxselsc
r)r 100 pounds; ordinary to prime steers sold at 4 10(
sr per hundred pounds: extra do at 5 55i5 70; Colo,
rado and Texas steers 3 754 S3; Indian cattle 4
Sheep Receipts, 141ft); market dull and weak at
$-5 504 75 per 100 lbs for sheep and $5 006 50 for
Hoe Receipts, 5.7D0; market slow and steady st
4 733iS5 00 per cwt.
For Trade ! !
STORAGE For household goo-U and merchandise
at 23-" Jlaln st. Cheap rates, by Cox .t Stanley-
STORAGE For hooehold goods or merchandise,
boxed or looe; if you havi any gooIs to store
bring them to the Wichita Storage Co.. "o. I1G "Wen
Douglas ave. ft'-tf
Barcaius in Real Estate.
A fine agricultural and stook farm, three and one
hair miles from dry, about 125 acres broke, one quar
ter srctlon foncad tor painre, plenty ot water and a
Also 900 Iota in eity finely located and In good
neighborhood. Special tana to those wkhiug to
Also snbarban property. -For factbrpartlralars
ee Chria. T. IVsaroa, acwit for Wm. Orelffeastetn. at
Ilorses, stock of general merchandise, one
12-hornj pocr engine and threshing maclne.
two valuable patent rllito' sharts In s-everal go.Hi
gnrriug town In western Kan.,Vs tveral gvol
pre-emptions and timber culture claims in the Gar
den Citj land district, farms and town propertv in
nil the cnteru and southern states, eio vrt-'tern
Kansas land and a great many vacant lots In west
ern Kansas towns all to trade for lots In Wichita
or improved farms In SLmick. Bntler.Cowlpy, Sum
ner and Reno ccunth. Three eood tciprora farms
to rent for 15S7. We make a specialty of trading. It
jou hwc anvthlr-g to trade or sell bring the descrip
tion to otrollco; we can pet vou a trade. Town lots
for sale on credit. OSice 313 J Jit Douglas avenue, up
stairs, frost room.
REIMAN & SABIN.
0. B. JACOBS,
MONEY TO LOAN ND INSURANCE
Valley Centrt, Sedgwick County, Kai
St. Louip, ?.Iicli., Sept. 9. At the
Eighth district Republican committee this
afternoon. E. 11. G. Borr was renominated
Bkowxsville, Tenn., Sept. 9. The
Democrats of the Ninth congressional dis
trict today nominated Hon. P. T. Glass for
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 9. At the
Democratic congressional convention at
Morribtown today Hon. Jas. G. Ross was
Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 9. Jno.
R. Neal was renominated for congress to
day on the looth ballot.
A Shocking Outrage.
Parsons, Kan., Sept. 9. A ' 'He-osiers"
reunion is iu progress here and the town is
filled with strangers, including a large ex
cursion party from Indiana. This is fair
week and today was given up as a holiday.
Last night W. "W. Cooper, a substantial
farmer and president of the reunion, started
for his home at Labette City, seven miles
from here. He was obliged to ride in a
boxcar of a freight train, and while on the
way he was attackd by nine tramps, who,
after a struggle, overpowered and robbed
him and threw him from the train. He
was found afterwards by the roadside and
now "lies in a critical condition. The
tramps were arrested and jailed at Oswego
today. There are threats of Lynching.
Rinff 'em Off.
St. Louis, Sept. 9. The National Tele
phone Exchange association held a final
session here today. The business of the
association was discussed at length. Papers
on long distance telephoning, underground
cables and other subjects were read. 1 he
association adjourned to meet in Pittsburg
a year hence.
Got His Reward.
Detroit, Sept. 9. The jury in the cac
of Detective Patrick O'Neill against the
Pacific Express company today brought in
a verdict for $.")09. O'Neill sued for a re
ward offered by the company for securing
the express robbers, whose arrest he se
cured. Bauk Clearings.
Ciiicago, Sept. 9. The associated bank
clearings today were .$ S0,480.000. There
were very few sales of New York exchange
but the general quotation was 10 per cent,
discount. Money rates are steady at G per
cent on demand and 6 and 7 per cent on
It Looks That Way.
Chicago, Sept. 9. The western railway
managers gave their time today to a further
discussion of the terms on which to form
the Wc&tern freight association, but made
little headway. The outlook is, however,
that the pool will lie formed.
Couldn't Stand the Pressure.
New York, Sept. 9. The liabilities of
Wm. Stecns& Co., lace importers, who
failed today are placed at about $100,000.
Depreciation in the market value of a lot
of laces imported some time ago is eaid to
be. the cause of the failure.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Colorado & Pennsylvania Anthracite
And all kinds or
Canon City, Trinidad and
Osage City, Blossburg,
Pa., Piedmont, VV. Va.
McAllister, Fort Scott,
Cherokee, Rich Hill
and Pittsburg Coal.
Lime, Plaster, Cement, Brick, Side
walk and Building Stone.
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST -:- BATES! V NO -:- DELAYS!
L. B. BUNNELL & CO.
MONEY TO LOAN
I WM Mortgages ani City Property,
IN SMALL OR URGE AMOUNTS.
SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST RATES
Wichita Banking Company ani Farmers Banking Co,
116 "WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
J. R. IIOLLIDAT.
J. R. H0LLIDAY I CO.,
Successors to MAJOR & UOLLIDAY, TX-alcrs la-
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave.. Wichita, Kan.
OFriCES.-Kfc P.! Scalo. GTO DonIa ave, S side:
177 Wat r strict, bet. Louu e anil First
A Classical and Scientific School for
-WILL OrEN FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR
Monday, Ssptiakir 6:k,
FOR PARTICULARS OR CATALOGUE ADDRLSS:
Prof. J. M. Naylor, .
Rev. J. D. Hewitt,
At Lowest Rates and Ready for
S. W. COOPER,
S7 MAIN STREET.
-Coiue let us lira with the children.' Troclol.
Will Open a
Plymell & Leighton's Stage Line.
I J6 v M X
I v a
D . '" U,
Fargo Spring (
-ALL A HOARD
rs. Mary klentz,
Wholesale and lit tail Dealer in
ADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
FULL STOCK OX HAND,
Ready Money. Low Rates.
INTEREST PAID IN WICHITA.
PRIVILEGE GIVEN TO PAY OFF IX INSTALXENTS.
Chattel &. Personal Loans a Specialty
G. A. HATFiELD &. CO.,
oppo.M.Pt.toaee. Wichita, Kans.
Will tell laDk at 4 cento par quart at the
milk depot 307 Eaat DoatiM stcmm. d58-tf
GRAVEL ROOFS AND PAVEMENTS
Walks, Drives, Cellars and Cis
terns, ALSO AS AN
Application to Iron, Wood and Stone
For Further Particulars ApiJf to
RIZER & HUMPHREY,
OFPICE:-Corncr Market and William Street.
Or address I.ock Lox hiZ, Wichita. Kanxao.
On Second SIrct. hot wren Lawrence nnd Toeka
utenuut. conducted by Mls IIuIm-v, a urnduatr of tl.t
Chicago Klndirwrtcn Normal, ror urm nnjily to
JHss HalRey at s-chool room or Sirs. Miller at w. V. T
U. rooms. dW
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS.
Just north of th Occidental.
J. E. BF.XN'ETT , K. D.
Drs. Hall & Bennett
OVER "WOODMAN'S DAXK. It3 X HALV ST..
Continues to successfully treat c.11 diseases of women.
He doe not do pen-ral practice, as he (fives his entire
time to his MecUltI. In the two j ear be ha ben
In Wichita be has curol hundreds of ladle In this
city and adjoining tont, any of whom will sjxsik In
the highest ternw of his successful cure and gentle
manly treatment hlle unrtrr his care. If any person
afnlcted with any of the folio Ins tlleai will con
sult him first, time will be gabsed. money &&red iisd
MISPLACEMENT, or Prolapsus cf the Womb,
and all UTEPJNE TROUBLES.
POLYPUS AND FIEROD TUMORS,
causing too frequent, painful and Irregular rcenitru
ations, TJEUCORRECEA. etc
Re also saccowfully treaa all Udcey and bladder
trouble of nude and f eraxlf . such ax,
Foreign Bodle In the Bladder and Urethra,
cousins two frequent and poisXc nrinatls. cad all
forais of PRIVATE,
such s Sjmiatorrhpa. ImpoJDcy, and all tie tai
pleaxant result of such troubles.
SYPHILIS posltirely cured and entirely eradicated
from the sysw-m.
GOSOREHCEA cured la from thros to elht day or
GLEET and STRICTURE cured ta pa.ticU cf yean
PILS and other dfeeaies of tie resitomrlnajy or
gan quickly cured. He cnarant all eunhUi csuta.
If be cannot cure you he wjll plainly tell yco o.
DR. BENNETT devours erclal alVratJoa to t2
treatmenr of ZpHf-piT or Falltn? Flu. whJcn he treat
by the latat and rsou approred oetfcod and In
which be gTi3riT.tr a cere In sU curable case. He
also Btt- wcial care to ice cure of tbo jroc
who are aQIcted wtth the oitatn or mcrr.felne habit.
Caoes ot coaCndnvrnt aiusderl promptly, carefully
and acf ally.
Patsu la craenl practice receJTe prompt aad
ReananbcrUatbelsatBitoU aaaee at MBVafate
wm tmw WmilaiBi Baak. r aOdtmm lock box
It7. TetcvaoM& 4a
Manufacturers of Galrantzed Iron CornIc-, Tin.
Iron and blat Roollnt: by ft trl-nc-(l workmen. r
inirlng. KiittrriiiK-T"! spoutliig dou" with Leulno
aEitloiat and designs furnUhod on short notice
The People's Line.
The Great Free Palaw !?f diainz Cliair Car Rente.
St. Louis, Ft. Scott I Wichita;
In conc't'n with Mo. Pac. Ry.
I now running mornlnjc and TcnlJijr trains dally,
includlnt; Sundays, to
PdIjiiiis Pthca Sfecpaii Can on Etceib-t Tii5
The Shortest Route to St Louis.
The Only Short, Direct Route to
TEXAS AND SOUTHERN POINTS
Ey which th pimmct avoids extra traTeL
depot injxfif-r mmI reiitVctu delayii.
All Texas Points Local to this System
vr n. NEWMAN.
CneranTrailk Xtir. i.r.rr. f. LoaU, Mo.
H. a tOWNfcEND.
Gs- Yzz. anJ TJcirrt t.jmi. St. Louln. Ko
a Y. RECTOR,
Dirislon Paasenyer anoS Tirtrt Asent. Wichita. Ean.
wm do aTJ kind of carpenter aed Joiser wortt am
than maOcm. Wair. Walr RalUss. 5ah Doen.
TTiai. Doaraad WtKlow rraasca asm
nrma. vm sat
Pttitoen(wp for Mead Onlcr. ItaIuNlt. W,-st Plain.
Mcrtllla, Pnrgi .Sprlnffi.mid nil j)lnt In Sou:tj.
western Kiuiit.ui, will snre tinm and
money by ki'Iii vi.i
LEIGHTON PLYMKIJ.-S LINK.
Hesilnuarter at Cimarron and Ganlen City. Roth
clay nnd night trains now stop ut-iuh (if tli-. polnta
Eyes, Noso, Throat, Catarrh, Earl,
Surgery and Doformitios.
Proprietor and Surgeon in Charso,
North Main 8oer
PAUL - JONES, -. Druggist
222 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kan
For Bargains In
E. H. DEVORE & CO.
H. McKIM DUBOIS
I bare an accural M-t of fxwk and am pr-jr"J to
mun inji ana
Complete Abstracts of Title
To any property In K"Jwkk County.
OB5c 0rr lis Mala trt.
Wichita, - Kan.
STEDMAN & CRANE,
General : Insurance : Apis
FIRE, TORNADO, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
cmCR Vli IiOVGLAS AVENVaS.
jOrr Hut" Iru; S6rr
Largest Agency in the VaRey.
KIP &. BROADDUS.
AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.