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At the rate of Five Cente per lineper week. No ad
vertlsements taken for less ha 25 cents, and will
not De inserted until pair.
M j .lable nurse can te secured for
j- - ri " , ririrftawwutp iuith. u i:ikx iu
-v'V"" ?rthe.r8: Inaulre at 618 N Tonelta. avi
s, B. lock box 17, Wichita, Kan. dl01-Gt
WANTED A graduate of a New England College.
A. B. '77. A. m. W. and of Iowa State University.
. -m-m. is. nz. wan is iu leacn a winter scnooi. uas lausni
'"rm8, and holds first grade certificate. Address
Depart t- Stamwood. Garden City, Kan. 101-j
Arrlvo- ''ANTED All ambitious ladles and gentlemen to
Mt. Hope attend the night school which opens at the
ill western Business college Oct. 4th. 1S8C. dlOl-lm
tfTANTED A full and complete list of raw and
fV improved farming land for sale. Farnum.
imms & George, 110 Main st. 10MW
ANTED All persons having city property for
sale to leavu the Mine with us. Farnuni.fcimnis
Go!" & G001' n0 Maln st
GolL. -TfJ-ANTED-Every farm in Sedgwick county for
Goto Noi OI.-Acl-omiuu:-.c-Famum biinms & decree.
Going South, Passenger. ...... - Jut'"'
Going South. Accommodate ; rrrT
GolneNortXV.r -- ,.2on by a pracjleal druggist.
Go . -"able of taklngclmrgc; no olfaction togolng
-u country; registered. Address J)rugglbt, care or
' Eagle. ltu'cl
XfJANTED-Good cook, man or woman; 1 ght
v- o work and good wage-; 1C miles from city on
No. 2. HtR. K. bj . l. Wood. lul"6t
W, N'TED-A hri to feed Job presses; steady em
J, wjtf 'J.I at 1 his ofllec Immediately.
ANTED Two dining room oo; ea u tvr
week,atLcIand hotel today, Caldwell, Kan.
WANTED 8 cookR. 2 dishwashers, 3 men for din
ing room, 5 girls for dining room. 7 girls for
tirivate families, . housekeepers. K) seamstresses, 5
larmlmndh. Call on Will U. Hatfield, 114 N JIatn
iltrc-et. 101 W
"TTTANTED A Mranger wishes to form the ac
VV juaintanee of a housekeeper aged 25 to 35, ref
erence exchanged. Address. L. Otis, Eagle office,
Wichita, Kan. 101-2t
ANTED A cook. Apply at W. C. T, U. rooms
WANTED Investors and speculators to know all
about the Wichita. Garden.. Enquire of Ahbcl
Welch Eagle block. 10U-12t
WANTED We want you to know that jour own
interest requires you to invest in the Wichita
Gardens before the pr goes up. Afchlel Welch.
Eagle block. 1W 1-it
ANTED-A clrl to do general housework, No. 1(W
S Lawrence, up stairs. lU)-6t
ANTED Houses to reut. Drukker & Hoge, 151
Main street. imHt
XITANTED Two or three furnished rooms, with or
Y w itliout prlv ilege of light housekeeping, by man
and wife. Call on or address J. It. Kilgour, 113 North
Main street. imu
WANTED Two rooms, one or loth furnished,
for light housekeeping; must Ki In gofxl locali
ty, within fle or ten ininutes walk of P.O. Ad
dress B. W., care of the Eagle. 1U0 tit
WANTED To place loans on long time on farms
or business blocks or on short time or chattel or
real estate security; rates low and prompt attention.
Ashbel Welch, Eagle block. 100 12t
'ANTED Three good carpenters at once. F. C.
Winant, 14:5, Waco st. W-Ct
XITANTED A stock of dry goods in the live town
W of Sharon. Barber county; a splendid ojK'ning
for business. Enquire of I. P. Campbell, cor. Doug
las and Market. W 61
WANTED A good honest, ediitatod, single
woman, bctw ien the ages of 23 and 35 ears, to
takechargeof a smull family. Reference required,
AuplvatDr Wendel's oflke, over Citizen's bank.
wTchlta, Kan. '-
"VHTTANTED-A woman to work forenoons, take
TT care or suite of furnished rooms.! Call at 311 N
Slain st, opjioslte Occidental. 93-t
AVTETl Insurance of all classes. I can cho
you the Itest nites in the most reliable conipan
A8hlel Welch. Eoglo block. 100 12t
x-rrn a iionriln In VrtWh Tnr If mill. Wn
have n buj er. Drukker & Iloge, 151 Main st.
ANTED A gootl girl at W. F. Recce's 223 north
Ktniioria ave. Immediately. 10J-Ct
TTTANTED A gentleman contemplating a perma-
YV nent residence in Wichita, wants good room
aurt board with private family, where he can have
the comforts of home. Address A. W. M., this oltice.
TTTANTED An experienced, well acquainted,
W lively groecrv solieltcr, not afraid to work. Ref
erence required. A. J. Hirsh, 400 E Douglas av e.
ANTED Tho'e having real estate to sell to
leave It w itli Drukker & Hoge, 151 Main St. UO (it
"VTTANTED Tvv o good messeiigcr bojs at A. D. T.
V office. Rtfereneerequired. WU
TTjXTni A good Brunswick SHalfce pool table
V cl lap for cash. Addieis ham Woodson, Leland
liotil,Caldweli:an. 9 W
WANTED A goo.1 girl for ginerul housework.
Good wagis paid. Apply at 4.U N Main. 97 (it
WANTED The Wichita Guldens are booming,
and we don't want you to get lift. Enqulieof
tlie principal leal c-tate lealei-s or ot Alhbel Welch,
Kagle block. 1"0 l-'t
ivrvn T11 KkiieiMilicies on buildings, stocks.
tuilfiiiis and their contents. Only first class
c-aninanies repr sented in our office. 1 elephone No.
CL Apply to John C. Hall & Co.. 213 Douglas av. 97 0
TXT" ANTED A loom, or room and board In a pri
VY vato family. Address A. B. C. E.igle office. I'd Ct
TaTANTED Partner with S-',(XX)to engage in the
W stove tin and hardware business In est ich
Ita. by a practical tinner and hanlware man. Best of
reference as 1 egards ability. Prank Rogers. V. est
Wichita. d6 6t
WANrED-Atonii', good set of tinner's tools and
machines. Send invoice and price to Frvtnk
Bo'cr8. West Wichita. d9G-U
XITANTED Teams aud men to work on I), M. &
W A, R. H, at hlatTord, Kan. Good wages and
ntcaly work. Apply at bt&fford, on the work. Wm,
O'larv. rnntnietor. dlW-lm
'"ANTED Man anil w ifc; man fo tako care of
TT Iiorscs ami cow unu iniu.v mureii m.u".
useful; w oinnn to lo general housework. Enquire at
. M. Boyd's office uuilcr county building. dati-dt
XITANTED Girl for general housework, faniilv of
Y two; no w ashing. Call at Stewart's drug store.
ANTED A girl for general housework at
boarding house N 1: cor. Tliira anu utwrence.
WANTED Woman to do washing at house one
day each wiek. Mrs, II. Blackwelder, 347 N
Km 1 101 ia ave. 9
TANTED To buv stock cattle of all kinds.
l' .. 1 ... 11 .......1 XI..1A f..L-.kt
isennrr, at uuii: .nm .uuiu jiaiAci.
r ANTED Ladies to w 01k for me, local or trav--11
l.l..ntUilp i.i.u. ftw lnild.4 lllllv-
S4 dallv easily made: no photo, no painting: particu
lars free. Mrs.T. X. Llttle.box 415, Chicago. IU. !lm
WNTED A situation by a comiietcnt book
keeper of six v ears exierlence; w iiolesalc. bank
or real estate; loan "and Insurance business preferred.
Cau give bank reference. Address R. K C. Eagle
WVNTED AT ONCE 3(0 teamstcrc, shovelers
and roekmen, to work on Southern Kansas rail
road south of New Kiowa, in the Indian territory.
Good board and good water. Wages $1.M ier day,
board $3.50 per week. For further particulars and
free traiiMiortatlon apply at r Douglas, av e. Wich
.fu v-il J. H. Hanioson. contractor. dS5J
WANTED Borrowers for money; we place money
at the low est rates on all kinds of chattel se
curity loans, and also on second mortgages on farms.
Wichita Banking Co- and Farmers Banking Co.,No.
1 11: W.Hit nouirla-s av 0. 37-tf
ANTED Boanlers at the northeast corner of
Thini nnn iiwrncti oe. 1
WANTED To loan tW.otO on business DIocks ana
residence property, within the next thirty
days Kansas Loan and Investment company lilii
-wrrrANTED Bookkeepers and wislness men to
YV know that the National Accountants' Bureau
offers ucsuriassed facllitlis for the procurement of
first-class men and women for jiositlonsas book
keepers and accountants. Business men who want
efficient help, and expert bookkeepers who canglvo
Vwi.um references, and want situations, would do
w?llbv1drisTlngus: Office for the state of Kansas
IT.VLPJ.h'LVi. liudncss College. Wichita, Kan-
XTTANTED-To loan at lowest rates, iw.uuu on cuy
Wf . rar nmirtr. llouev ready any day.
S. W. Cooper. 137 Main st. "lf
T7OR RENT-For cash rent for the year s. or
ij longer, a first-class liottom farm on Hlckorv
creek. In Butler county. Kan. Address W m. MorM.
T7V)R RENT House, fix rooms and Jiantry. Kasi
1" uougias ave; ciose u uhsiiicss. i.u" ."-,
room 10, Hartw Ig block, cor Fourth and Douguu
KR RENT Rooms nlcelv f urnishetl with or with
in board, in Rovs building. Office 3U1 Douglas
I7OR RENT A first-class hotel, new, S2 rooms, in
Tribune. Greeley countv; good town, good water.
IU u wn and Market st. ft W
X7K)R RENT-A light, well ventiiateii. furnUhod
I' room, one block from Douglas ave, suitablu tor
- , lfVA...K IwnH ..ll Hb.ltll.L.1 Cft
quire at No. 207, S. Lawrence ave. 93 it
FOR RENT Brick store w itu sneiving suitable ror
dry goods. Addres Holdrldg & Gosn, Anthony
"TTvOR RKNT Newlv- furnished rooms 011 Main strtH2t
J private house; opposite tho Occidental GrocerT.
343 Main st. "-"'
FOR RFNT eslrable office or sleejiing rooms in
Hartwig block, cor. Douglas and Fourth avenues.
N. . NIederlauuor. '-w
FOR RENT Strictly first-class furnishetl rooms.
laifrmst nnd most convenient in Wichita, in Union
block, over Palace barber shop, next to Commerlal
aotel, Douglas av enuc. Apply to Mrs. Gandolfo. room
So. S. up stairs. dsS-tf
4jKR REST Furnished rooms at ISO X Topeka
U avenue. d6-6t
ihju kemt one rurnished room between oaK ana
I J Pine on Fourth, 713; $10 per month. Mrs. B. Mur-
lOR REST-TTnlf nt a lin mnm ttt 138 N Main St.
in the best location in the city... itoom -weu
ltedand nlnfp.gli tnrtnwK.J ' ' " aZ
lighted and plate. tliwwhid(Tws.J
T7KR RENT-rJIIcely furnished front rooms; large
J? and airy; sMthern exposure; In a new house. En
quire at 422 west Central ave. K-K
FOR RENT-For this week only, a t-Ja8.5!T
eight room house. aU modem conveenw situa
ted on the best street In the y. ""SHS."
walk of the post office. Address lock box.WlsSKv
FOR KENT-Furnibhcd bed room wiasltttog room
cd Joining. large closet, porch, and entrance to
ward i strett. One bedroom with porch and
entrajice towards street; new house; referencesjtiven
a"de!ulred. Tnguire at ail w Centralavenue. dOMt
. ......-. . i-. wutmsltvthfl Hjiv nr wjt1r
Inauire at No. 15 East Douglas ave. room No. 1 up
stairs or at 113 West Douglas ave, room No. 1 over
Petrie's clothing store. 3Ire. J. M. Slager, dS4-lm
ITIOR SALE call at once wmie me prices are low;
' no better bargains can bo had than In the Wich
ita garden. AMibel Welch, Eagle block. 100-12t
Kit SALE Very cheap. One good cook stove and
no extension dining table S it. new; a bargain
for cash, at No. luO b Lawrence. SiU-6t
I7TOR SALE A nice easy business; suite furnished
? rooms on Main street; will invoice $3C3 and clear
etcry month above expenses 133, Enquire of W.E.
Hec cs, 320 E Douglas a e. 9S 6t
FOR SALE Saddle ponies; some broke to drive.
S. T. Major, cor. Topeka ave and Tenth st. 98-tf
1710R SALE Choice business property on E Doug
J las ave. Call on Parker S. Smith, at office of
Harris, Harris & Vermillion. 98-12t
FOR SALE Will sell with lease and furniture 10
rooms at Union block over Palace barber shop.
Apply to Mrs, Gandolfo, at Union block. y?-tf
I7OR SALE The Wichita Gardens. The biggest
. thing now offered In the market. Enquire of
principle real estate dealers or of Ashbel WelchEagle
IOR SALE My half luterest in the estate of the
7 late J. H. Mennich, consisting of farm adjoining
the town of El Paso, with implements appertaining
to the said farm. Also town lots and shares in the
town of El Paso, Sedgwick county. Louisa Walker
(late Mennich.) Apply at Anglo Am. Loan and In-
est men t Co. 97 bt
FOR SALE A horse and buggy, part cash balance
in payments. For particulars call at.223 N Fourth
ivenue, 97 Ct
ITOR SALK Good family cow, fresh; small barn.to
' be removed; fencing pickets and boards. Address
W. E. Hutchinson. 237 W Williams st. s-Ct
IJlORSALE-FIre insurance iiollclesln verj' best com-
panles nt adejuatc rates t merchants and citi
zens of Wichita. Apply to John C. Hall & Co., 218
Douglas ave. Telephone No G3. 97 Ct
ITOR SALE Barber shop and fixtures. Apply at
" 713EDovglasave. dWCt
FOR SALE The garden sjiot of the world, other
wise known as the Wichita gardens. For infor
mation apply to the principal real estate dealers or
to Ashbel Welch, Eagle block. 100-12t
J7OR SALE 20 head of 3 and 4 year-old steers: good
' grade. InquIreofG. Edward Roembaeh. 4 miles
southw est of Garden Plain. dU5 12t w25 2t
I710R SALE I have some special bargains in farms
" from two to three miles from Cheney; 160 acres
three miles from Cheney, 90 acres In cultivation; 50
acres in corn; one acre in potatoes; house, orchard,
stable and well, nice grove, small fruits, etc., all for
S2,:W. Also l.lOOacres, two miles from Cheney; 400
acres under fence; throe housas; orchard, grove, liv
ing water all bottom, $19,000. These are two speci
mens of thousands of acres for sale by me. Inquire
of John Coffey, Cheney, Sedgwick county, Kansas.
FOR SALE The finest land to be found, In "2i, S
and 10 acre lots on Washington ave. There is big
money ini t if v ou buy now. Ashbel Welch, Eagle
block. 1C0 ISt
FOR SALE Old papers at this offico at 25 cents a
lOR SALE A fine breeding jack, for tho sura of
8100. Inquire or write to Pink Foutfe. 3Stf
OR SALE-TRADE OR RENT The Mulvane
Flour Mill. For terms, call on or address J. E.
Humphrey & Sou, Wichita. Kans.
TOR SALE VA or 10 acre lots in the Wichita Gar
2 dens on Washington ave. north of the city, by
tne principal real estate dealers or
T7OR SALE Bakery and restaurant at Anthony
JL; Kan., doing a good juj ing business. Reason for
silling, poor health. John Ambler, Anthony, Kan.
ITIOR SALE $10.X) will buy KHxI40 ft with house
? on 4th avenue, Just south of William street, suita
ble for w holesale or agricultural Implement ware
house; a side track can be put hi very cheap. E. C.
audL. R. Cole, 329 Douglas ave. dC3tf
I710R SALE-3) lots in Hibarger's addition. These
lots front on Washington avenue and west on
Mosley avenue, are covered vvltli fine fruit and shade
trees, and w ill be sold on easy terms. Call on Bunnell
& Morehouse. 50-tf
"1710R SALE Grand Central Hotel, Geuda Springs,
JD Sumner countv, Kansas, the great health resort of
sunny, southern Kansas; doing a good pajing busi
ness: ev irj tiling nice and new; newly furnished this
spring; a good chance for some one; reason for sell
ing, age. Call on or address R. C; Love, Glcuda
Spring. Kansas. (1C1 tf
"JTTOR.SALE i lots on N. Waco avenue, between
JL Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets; w ill be sold at
abaigaln. Inquire nt 151 N Main St. 50-tf
IT'OR SALE Mrjstoek of groceries and queenswarc
: at Anthonv, Kan.; will sell lor cash onlj; stock
w ill inv olci' for $i,W. 1 v.ill rent to the parties buy
ing, the building, which is 120 feet with good cellar.
1. B. Forbes, Anthony, Kan. 47-tf
IT'OR SALE I have some very choice bargains In
' city property and fauns. Call and get the prices
before they are gone. Ashbel Y.'tlch, Eagle blk. 100-12
ITOR SALE OR EXCHANGH-A 10-horte jKivver
' flirnuliln nififhlnn j.ll iimiTiffir wnil-ivf.;i Kir-
gain. Address Win. Morti, Leon, Kan.
I710R SALE 500 town lots In Garden City; special
: bargains; also deeded laud adjoining tlie city. Call
on or address K. J. Pyle, real estato agent. Garden
City, Kan. 46-5m
I710R SALE 190 high grade sheep, or will trade for
: Wichita city projierty or for cattle. Enquire IIS
K Douglas av e. A. T. Buckeridgc. d58-tf
I710R SALE-177 acres of land on the west bank of the
' blgArkansas river.G miles northwest of Wlchlta;56
acres plowed and a small orchard; no buildings; bal
ance lenced with wire, watered by the river; all good
bottom land; price $.53 per acre If sold soon; part cash,
balance to suit at 8 ier cent. Inquire by letter. J. B.
lirlnley. Wichita, Kan. dJ5-wl5tf
JORSALE Lots in Dodge's addition west of the
J Fair ground, half miles north ot the University
grounds. These lots are the highest ami best in tho
eitv. 'lime will lie given to those wishing to build. If
desired. For further particulars inquire at the gro
cery store o 1 Dodge & Hughes, 122 W Douglas avenue.
IT'OR SALE or trade Good flouring mill at Albion,
" Harjier countv, Kan., on the S. K. railroad, iy.
miles west of Argonia on tho St. Louts, Ft Scott &
Wichita railroad. Will sell ou long time t trade for
other property. Address II W Lewis. Wichita dlSt'tf
IT'OR SALE. Good residence and business property
In town of Clearwater; also a gootl farm near
countv seat of Comanche county: will trade for Wich
ita city property. Inquire 1J3 N Market street. 115tf
IT'OR SALE 15 high grade Hereford bulls, one and
" two 3 ears old. Inquire at Rock Creek ranche. 7
miles west of Andale, or at Red Front Shoe store.
Allen & Lew Is. Wichita. Kan. dotf
FOR SALE Fine farm near Mt. Hope, im roved, P0
acres good plow land, 40 acres good hay land. 40
acres good pasture. Will give long time on part and
w 111 take in trade horses or cattle. Inquire at probate
Judge's office. dll3tf
TOR TRADE Farms, town property, stores and
.J stocks of eoods to trade for teams, cattle, goods:
city propcrt , etc. Ashbel Welch, Eagle block. 100-12
IT'OR TRADE FOR STOCK A first class bottom
farm in Butler county. Kan., consisting of 3a
acres situated on Hickory cri-ck. Address Wm.
Morti. Leon. Kan. 10iV6t
IT'OR TRA V have 1C0 acres woll Improved
Jj land to trade for Wichita prierty. Porter, Dut
ton & Noble. 19 Main it, up stair. 97 bt
TiOR TRADE 100 acre farm in Butler county, Kan
to exchange for murchandlse.
El Dorato, Kan.
Address look box
IT'OR TRADE Livery stablo and the entire outfit;
; good business, good location: everything tie
longing to a first-class livery stable; situated in the
city of Cleveland. Ohio; will trade for land in west
ern Kansas. For particulars address lock box 1"9.
Wichita, Kan. 141-tf
ITCm EXCHANGE W have a half section of Sedg
j? wick county land, partly improved, which we
w ill exchange for Wichita property upon very liberal
terms. Bunnell & Morehouse. 50 tf
STORAGE-For household goods and merchandise
at 238 Main st. Cheap rates, by Cox & Stanley.
LOST One lap rolf wl h Slower m center. Finder
v ill bo libiraUy rewarded on return to 103 Main
streit. O. . snermsa. s-M
STORAGE For household goods or merchandise,
boxed or loose if jou hav e any- goods to store
bring them to the Wichita Storage Ctu. No. 116 West
Douglas av e. f5-tf
Quick Sale llarjrant..
5 lots on North Tbika, between 13th aa 1 l$lh;
4 'lots. cor. Washington ave and nh;rerlo:s;
4 lots ou North Mf-in, per lot. SwaI.
2 corner lots In Alien Ssmltii s adult.0,1; ler
C east fronts on Allen r.ve. Allen add: por lot.
You w ill nev er get left on any of the aocv e ,
are by all odds 0110
Bargains in Real Estate.
A fine agricultural and stock farm, throe and one
half miles from city, about 123 acres broke, one quar
ter section fenced for paturo. plenty of water and a
BnAIso3UOUlo in city finely located d In sood
neijhborhood. SjiecuU tem-jt to those wjantas to
maV.ebo.m rs., eHr trrimlni
soo ChrU. T. Pearws agent for Wm. GrelffenstNn. at
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
i MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
itew York Money Markets.
New York. September 13.
Money On call easier, ranging from 5 to 7 per cent
Prime Merchantlle Paper 45 per cent.
Sterling Exchange Weak and unsettled; actual
rate4S25 for 60 day bills and 4S4J for demand.
Government Bonds Dull and steady.
State Bond Dull and heavy.
4-per -cents HOJs
6-per-cents of M 126
State Bonds Very dull and steady.
Missouri 6s 10G
The stock market was stronger and showed more
Ufe than on any previous day for some weeks; the
bears seemed damorallzed and the bulls for the
time; being had complete control. The course of
prices with the exception of a slight reaction in the
early trading and another in tho last hour, was al
most steadily upward.
The total sale of stocks today were 237.937 shares.
Chicago & Alton 111
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy lacjf
Lake Shore 88
Missouri Pacific 112J6
New YorklCentral H2j
Rock Island 127
, Union Pacific 57J
Western Union 69
AT & SF lst7's 123
New York Grain.
New York. September 13.
Ungraded red, 83QS1 No. 2 red, EGJf elevator, 6SJ4
Corn Spot lots shade higher: options lower, clos
ing stendy;Ungraded 49a5l& No 2 50; elevator Sitf
Oats moderative active, mixed western Si&U
white western, 35&40.
Butter Firm; western, 1012J.
Cheese Firm, western, 1515&
Eggs Firm; western fresh, 15(.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. September 13.
Tne wheat market started off a little easier today
at 77c for Oct., dropped to Gyg but from that point
rallied on fair buying to 7714, on the regular session
receded and closed at 77 1-16 at one o'clock. In the
afternoon strong bujlng assisted by the unusuul
strength of pork tlie market rallied and closed for
day at 77 9 19. The estimates of receipts of corn w ere
smaller than usual; the market declined H early ral
lied & and closed stead'.
Flour steady and unchanged.
Wheat Sales ranged:
September, 75X76, dosed 73J& October. 7CJS
77 closed 77; No. 2 Spring Si No. 2 red 70?;.
Corn, :-H; September, ia339JS, closed 3T6;
October, 40-jt41closed 41K
Oats Cash, and August. 23;1 September. 25
Rye-Steady, No. 2, cash, 4
Barley Weak; No. 2, 5!.
Flax Seed Strong; No. 1. 81 10.
Pork Cash, $! U) 9 32. Septem, 89 52HS9 W
Lard-Firm; cash 87 377 40J; August, 7 207e.'H,
closedgT 32: sjeptcmoer, 9, JKi. &. ciosea . m;
October. 86 3
Whiskey Steady, 81 15.
Butter Firm; creamery, 15&22J& dairy. 142J.
Hotatoes Firm. $1 602 00 per barrel.
Receipts Flour, 9,000; wheat, 77.000; corn, 34,000;
oats. 27.UW; rj'e, 40,000; barley, 64,000.
Shipments Flour, 7,000; wheat, 160,000 corn.144,000
oats, &9,(X)0; rye, 1000: barley, 6,000.
Kansas City Grain and Produce.
Kansas City, September 13,
Flour Steady: quotations In car lots: xx, 75c: xxx,
8595c; family, 81 051 15; choice. 81 301 40; fancy,
81 601 70; patent, 82 00i.J 10; rye flour. 81 451 70.
wheat Receipts 13,000; shipments 19,600; in stoi-e,
Sales ranged: No. 2 red cash, C2f bid; October
WA May 75 bid, No. 2 soft, cash 63H bid.
Corn Sales ranged: No, 2 cash, 31Jtf bid, S3 asked
Oct 33; May 40J4 bid. 42 asked. No. 2 white, cash
Oats Very dull and easier; cash 2 Octolwr
Rye Better. 11.
Hav Firm; fancy small baled, $S 50,
Mill stuff Quiet.
Butter Steady: creamery fancy, IS; good, 13; dairy,
13: store packed, 10; common, 6. ,
Eggs Steady at 13c.
Corn Meal Green. 85; dried, 90.
Corn Chop Bulk, 70; sacked. 75.
Bran-Bulk, 47; sacked. 52.
Cheese Full cream. 10; flat, 7SS; Young America.
10; Kansas, 57.
Poultry Steady; old hens, $2 50; old mixed, 81 73;
spring chickens, large, $3 23, small, 81 25(3; 1 50.
Dried Apples, l3c; peaches, 23c.
Wool Missouri, unwashed heavy fine, 1618; light,
16CJ22; medium combing, 2224; coarse. 2021; low and
carpet, 1517: Kansas and Nebraska heavy fine, 15(5,18;
light, 1921; medium. 20(523; tub washed choice, 3435;
fine, 3433; dingy and low, 2729.
Broom corn Hurl, 10 self working, 6G7; common,
5; crooked, 34.
Hides Dry Hint. No. 1, 13; No. 2; 11; bulls and stags,
8; dry salt, No.l, 10, No. 2, S: green suit, No. 1, 8-H, No.
2, 7; green uncured. No. 1. 7, No. 2, l; calf, 7J; sheep
pelts, dry, 10Q12.
Tallow No. 1, 34; No. 2, 3.
Provisions Sugar cured hams. 13,breakfast bacon,
10; dried beef, 11; dry salt clear rib sides, SO 15;
long clear. $0 03; shoulders, $5 0); short clear, SG 50;
smoked clear rib side, 87 ); long clear, $S 00: short
clear, S7 00; mess pork, S10 V); shoulders, $6 25; beef
Lard Choice tierce. $6 55-
Flax seeil-UScSl 00.
St. Louis Grain and Produce.
St. Loow. t-eptimber 13.
Flour Quiet, unchanged: xxx S-! 20.3,2 CO, family
$2 4(Ka2 55; choice, $2 'M&S 10; fancy, $J 40(2-3 50;
eitra fancy, 83 .0ii3 85: patent, SI O0Q.1 SI.
Wheat Receipts, 15,Ttsi; shipments. 17(0; in store,
39,000; market weaker No. 2 red, cash, 7t
Corn No. 2 mixed cash. S3 bid: Oct 26J:5ri.
Oats No. 2, cash, 23t&. Sept 24JiJ, October 2.?.
Rye No. 2 cash. 50
Barley No market;
Lead Dull; refined. SI 60; chemically hard;$157J-i.
Butter Quiet; creamerj', 172:1; dairy, 10Q1S.
Eggs Firm. llWt12c.
Whiskey-Steacly; $1 10.
Pork Steady; 810 23.
Lard Firm; 86 50.
Receipts FloOur. 6000; wheat, 79,000; corn, 22.00
oats, 77,000; Rye.20UO; barley, '2,iW.
Shipments Flour, 20.000: wheat. 133,000; com, 3,000
oats, 8,000; rj'e, none; barley, none.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, September 13.
Cattle Receipts, 2511 shipments. 1CS1: fat stuff
strong and a shade higher: grass range of good quali
ty stead ; common dull; choice. 84 oo4 SO; com
mon to medium. 8- 30fi3 90; stockers, S-! :3
2 73: feeders, 2 SOiaa 30: cows, 81 50G2 CO;
grass Texas steers, 82 30iii3 23.
Hogs Receipts, 2S50;. shipments CSS: choice;
firm, others steady; good to choice, $4 S0&3 W
common to medium, 81 2CGi 75; skips and pigs,
s2 754 10
" Sheep-Receipts. 493 ; shipments. 202; steadv;
goodto choice. $2 50(53. 00, common to medium. 81 50
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Lons, September 13.
Cattle Receipts. 14); "shlpmenui, fW-.t market
firm; good to choice shippers, $4 304 S3; com
mon to fair, $3 C04 20: butchers steers. 83 5004 U)
cows and heifers, $2 23 SO; through Texans, 82 25
&3 rfl:Iudlans, S-? 'iVl 60.
Hogs Receipts, 1VW; slilitmcnts, ttO: market active
and strong: butchers and best heavv, e 9G5 1W
mixed packing, :l UVti SO; light. 84 10O4 TO.
Sheep Receipts, Zlh shipment, 7'J; market
steady and unchanged; 82 23(j4 0.
Chicago Litc Stock.
CuiCAGO. RcpteiuL-er 13.
Cattle Market steady: shipping steers 83 4C3 53;
stockers and feeders S2 H.t-?tO,eows, bulls an mlxd
81 25(;4 Mr, bulk 82 (0(i2 P0; through texas 82 C0&3 10;
cow s 82 (Xa3 50; wintered Texans 82 73(3 4.1.
Hogs Receipts. 15.51V; shipments, 3W1: market
strong; gonl butchers to best heavy 8415(4190,
packing and shipping, 3 U3S$5 30; light, 8!lO5O0.
Sheep Receipts, 4MV. shipments, 5uh market
itrl- nntlm.. J rtWlnh western. S3 73A350: Tex
ans, 81 x32 fi lambs, 53 50G4 75.
New York Lire Stock.
Nkw York, September 13.
Beev es-Reoeipts Including 30 cars Tor export 4240;
9s50 for the webfc. Market dull and lower; native
steers, 8 1085 TO; Texas and Colorado 83 SXZt 33
Sheep Receipts, 1410U; market dull and weak at
83 35.31 62 per 100 lbs for sheep and 84 756 10 for
Hogs Receipts. 12.700; market slow and steady at
4 AXS86 10 per cwt.
For Trade ! !
Horse, stock of general merchandise, ne
12 horse power engine and threshing maclne.
two valuable patent rights" shares in several good
growing town in western Kansas, several good
pre-emptions and timber culture claims in the Gar
den :Citv land district, farms and town property In
all the eastern and southern state also western
Kansas laud and a great many vacant lots in west
ern Kansas towns all to trade for lots in Wichita
or improved farms In Sedgw ick. Butler.Cowley, Sum
ner and Reno counties. Three good improved farms
torcatforlsS7. We make a siecialty of trading. If
vou have anj thing to trade or sell brag the descrip
tion to our office: we can eetvou a trade. TOwnlots
for sale on credit. Office S19 Ecst Douglas avenue, up
stairs, front room.
REIMAN & SABIN.
Will do all kinds of carpenter and joiner work on
short notlc. Stairs. Stair Railings. Sash Doors,
Blinds. Door and Window Frames and Screens.
EF"Sbop. 138 Main street. Residecce on Lawrence
aveaae near CentraL Postofflce box 347.
A HAMMOCK SONG.
Straying, swaying, wfcaf&kjk t&
weed scented tawte; sTi -
GfmngatttosonligbMlingttg golden glenoa
through the'tzvep, .-1 ui 1
Listening to the drowsy droning of the'nerreV-
There'3 como magic in tke notion, some
itrange spell we do not know,
A weird power it has to conjecture visions up
from long ago.
By its swinging cradle motion, slowly, softly
to and fro.
All the world of work and wisdom tW, be
hind us, it is naught,
Clear before our charmed vision, Spanish
castles rise unsought,
And the shadow land is round us, and the
realm of dreamy thought
What is this strange power that holds us!
Tis some silent, subtle spell,
Born of swaying, ever swaying, like tho toll-
icg of a bell,
Or tho rocking of the ocean, and tho salty
Lying lazily, wo linger in the land of day
PrinJjing deep from fancy's fountain,
draughts of quiet, calm delight,
Till the eastward lengthening shadows warn
us of tho coming night
Still wo linger, scarcely heeding how the-
happy moments go,
What caro fe for time that passes? YTc are
ewinging to and fro,
With that magic cradlo motion, swaying,
swaying soft and slow.
-K. if. 11.," in N. Y. Mail andExpress.
Pen Picture of Loalso BlicboL
finally wo reath the top. For a moment
we pause. It seems a rude break on our
reveries of cleanliness, sweetness and pret
tiness to meet this woman. For all people
have told us she is such a. dreadful person, so
unkempt and uncanny. However, we ore 1:1
for it now. So wo give a sniff at our roses,
nnd, falteringly, knock. At once tho door is
opened, and we see this troublesome person,
who replies to cur query: "Yes, I cm Loubo
Michel, pray enter." Then we present the
roses, bho is overjoyed, her face lights up,
her voice grows softer, and beforo she will
say one word more sho fetches a jug of water
for tho roses. During this time wo photo
graph her on our mental camera.
A tall woman with a slight stoop. Feet
encased in coarse wool plaited slippers. The
whitest stockings possible, a black alpaca
skirt to her ankles. A piquet dressing jacket
of dark spotted pattern, made very large,
indeed slouchy, yet clean, shining from
recent ironing. Black hair with a few white
threads, cut short, lying in loose waves to the
neck; a pale, oval faco, strong, decided
features; in tho throat that painful swelling
a curse to France, in the way of national
diseases, known as tho "goitre," and above
all the most marvelous eyes I've ever soon
keen, oxpressive, deep, gray-black, veritable
windows of the grand soul looking defiantly
through them. Not a feminine, yet not a
masculine woman. A lioness, yet as often a
lamb. The former nature showing itself in
her firm handling of subjects to be canvassed,
her hatred of oppression, her fanaticism, if
youwilL The latter nature seen immediately
in the affectionate way she takes to arrange
the posies effectively, and, as sho seats her
self, in the trick she has of placing one of
her long, firm hands restfully within the
other, iu an attitude of gentle listening, in
congruously, perhaps, reminding one of somo
student at a college class. A voice which fills
your cars with harmonious inflections and
has a magnetic power, also, of filling "tho
soul within tho sense" of whoever is addressed.
This is Louise Michel. Paris Cor. Boston
Our Congressmen and Their Salaries,
When a member dies his pay ceases on tho
day of his death. The salary of the successor
commences the day after the decease of tho
former member, though the election may not
occur for several montha. The now member,
in other words, draws pay for time ho never
served. A member is allowed twenty cents
mileage each way, or forty cents a mile one
way, and he can chock for tho full amount of
both trips when ho takes his seat. He is al
lowed $125 a yecr for stationery. The most
of this sum is pocketed. Tho members draw
their niwiiey in different ways. There are
probably twenty of the present house who let
their salaries run into nest eggs. There are
a coupls of dozen members who always over
draw, or rather, borrow from the head of the
bank. They borrow or get in advance sums
ranging from $10 to $300, and at the end of
the month they have nothing. Tho great
majority of tho members draw all that is
coming to them at the end of each month,
particularly tho?o who have their families
with il :.i. Some of them never seo an out
side !.. -, Lut Ioj their monthly salaries re
main, aud draw it out in small sums. Others
tako out their salaries and place them in
other banks. But this is not done as much as
formerly. A number of them got caught in
tho Middlcton bank that broko some time
ago. Most of tho members do all their finan
cial business over tho counters of the Con
gressional bank, and some of them pile
checks up as high as 560,000 in a single ses
sion. Boston Transcript.
German Societies Opposed to Usury.
To a number of societies formed in various
large towns in Germany for the suppression
of usury, may now be added another
one about to form in Berlin. These societies
have for object to becomo a neutral rallying
point for persons of all parties and confes
sions, and to collect material for the exposure
f usurious establishments, on the supposition
that in most cases a falsa shame prevents the
ruined victinn from holding their sordid
plunderers responsible. Boston Budget.
The other day a Herald man got into a
Madron street car, and three young ladies
who sat opposite where he took his seat sud
denly ceased their chatter and began to look
in the most ludicrously introspective way.
Their big eyes stared straight ahead; they
looked hard at The Herald man, yet with not
a gleam of intelligence. Puppies of eight
weeks, children of three months and semi
daft folks often have that kind of stare. The
Herald man got nervous, and, when he de
cently could, pulled a cigar from his pocket
and went to tho rear scats. "What is that?'
he asked of an acquaintance, in petulance, as
be flashed a match. "That,"" said the fly
young man, "is what the girls call the 'baby
stare,' Haven't you seen it yet? It is the
latest 'fad' out. It takes nerve to do it, but
the average girl is schooling herself. Her
idea is to open her eyes wide, direct them
straight at you, and then look just as unre
ceptivcof outward impressions as babies do.
It's a great snap, but I dont think it will
last. Mighty few glfls can continue long
enough the look of idiocy known as tho 'baby
stare." "Chicago Herald.
Circuses and Their Popularity.
Circuses have their friends, admirers and
patrons in certain localities the same as
wholesale houses and other business enter
prises. This fact is strongly illustrated in the
case of P. T. Bamum. This great showman
can fill his canvas in tho north and east, but
whenever ho attempts to show in cities south
of Mason and Dixon's line he exhibits to
empty seats. He has made several efforts to
obtain popularity in the south, but has never
yet appeared in a town in that section with
out losing money. He has frequently given
the southerners the best entertainments that
any show in the world could present, but ia
every ixstance failed to draw half as larg a
crowd as inferior circuses do in the same ter
ritory. This year he tried Nashville, Tenn.,
and Richmond, Va., as a feeler, to sot what
could b done in the south, bmt ks) lost saoaey
and gave up the idea of iacladne: lit soata
cm cities ia his roata. " " - -v
rvTJi Mf4 bKUAUUUb,
AND CIVIL EHGiNEERS.
OFFICE Southeast corner Douglas and Topeka
area, la Kansas Furniture Cos bnkllnjr.
TRIQyfCfAretne Original and Only Genu
inriQIVO ine. Take no Otter Brand.
THASK FISH COHPA2TX BT. XOTJIS. MO,
flMER t JACKSON
Who:cale ai,! Retell DeaUrs 1:
Colorado & Pennsylvania Anthracite
And all kinds of
Canon City, Trinidad and
Osage City, Blossburg, .
Pa Piedmont, W. Va.
McAllister, Fort Scott,
Cherokee, Rich Hill
and Pittsburg Coal.
Lime, Piaster, Cement, Brick, Side
walk and Building Stone.
OFFICES. BIr Red Scale, u Douglas aTe. S side:
K7 Wnter street, bet. Dcucaveami First
A Classical and Scientific School lor
WILL OPEN FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR
Monday, Septembsr ;h, 1886
FOR PARTICULARS OR CATALOGUE ADDRESS:
Prof. J. M. Naylor,
Rev. J. D. Hewitt,
dw Cw Wichita, Kans.
GRAVEL ROOFS AND PAVEMENTS
Walks, Drives, Cellars and Cis
ALSO AS AK-
Application to Iron, Wood and Stone
-For Further Particulars Apply
RIZER & HUMPHREY,
OFFICE: Corner JIarkct and William Strecu.
Or address Lock Box M2. Wichita. Kansas.
J. E. BHX.VETT, M. D.
Drs. Hall & Bennett
OVER WOODJLOTS BAXK. 1 MAI ST
Continues to succwf ully treat all d La.v of womf a.
lie doe not do central practice, a he glvw hi entire
time to his vpfJaltie. ln lnc year he ha been
In Wichita he has cured hundreds of ladta In this
city and adjoining totrns. any of whom will r peak In
the highest terms of his succf-vfu! cure and gentle
manly treatment while under hi care. If any twnon
afflicted with any of the following dbeaM will con
sult him flrst. time will be gained, money saved and
MISPLACEMENT, or Prolapsus of the Womb,
and aU UTERLVE TROUBLES,
POLTPUS AND FIBROD TTMORS.
cauIa? too frequent, painful and Irregular menttrs
aUoas. LECCORRnCE-t. etc
He aUo ?acifnlly treats alt kidney and bl&Uct
trouble of male and female, such a.
Foreign Bodies la the Bladder and Urethra,
causing two frequent and painful urinating, and all
forms of PRIVATE.
nch as Spermatorrhea. Impcteccy. aad all the uo
pleasant results of tach troubles.
SYPHILIS Toltlrely cured txA entirely tradiot'd
from the system.
GONORRHdA cured Iu from lire W clhi iiy or
GLEET and STRICTURE cured ta fciSeat ri years
PILES and other dbes of the Kealto-uricary er
cans colckly csred. He sxarcw sJl cermfale car.
tf be cannot cure yoa te will plainJy tell you so.
DR. BENVETT devot er"cl2l attjtVa to th
tren7of EVaey or ?ute; nthk h trW
br the latest tad not apjTOwl met! 1p
w-hlcb fie KBarante a cure tn U crabi s. He
Biorfvercialcrtotia: creof tbfje rpa
wbolr Cfctl wttis the oaium or morphine habtt
C&ss of witototsi atvaded promptly, carefully
Patnu tn ceaeral practice reio proaspt aad
Reosemberttatketoathisold Se at 5-lsTKah.
Mate -:- Amis
SElCTEQ iVs H 0 R E
m. a ill
J. A. TALMAME!.
230 North Main Street.
We are Now Open "With the Jjargest Stock: of
Crockery, China Glassware,
Lamp Goods and Rieh Fancy Goods.
To be Found West of the Missouri River.
We respectfully solicit an inspection of our stock: and guaran
tee as low prices as can be found in the state for the same money.
JOHN S. COZINE.
e,:eix, estate A.a-Eifr'zTs.
City Proyerty and Farms forSa!e-.-Rents Collected and Taxes Paid,
Correspondence Solicited. Business Promptly Attendedto.
156 N. MAIN ST. - WICHITA. KANSAS.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Chattel Mortgages and City pFopecbjrj
IN SMALL OR URGE AMOUNTS.
SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST RATES
Wichita Ming Company and Farm Bankiug Co.,
. 116 WEST- DOTJG&AS AVENUE
At Lowest Rates and Ready-for
S. W. COOPER, "SKETftA
'Come let us live with tbe children." TjrovbcJ.,
Will Open a
Monday, Sep. 6, 1886,
On Second Street. ljctwe-n LauTcnee and Totekn
avenues, conducted by Jtl Ills'y, a Kraduntu of the
Chicago Klndersarten Xornial. tor terms apply to
JINs Maley at school room or Mrs. 3!lller at V.' C. T.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS.
Just north or the Occidental.
CASWELL & BUCKLEY.
Manufacturers of Galvnnlied Iron Cornicni, Tin,
Irrjn nnd felatc Hooting by ex w-rienctd viorl.mi'3, re
pairing, guttering onii Rjoutfi;g done witn ncatnew
ar-Estlmates and dtiI?n.s lurnLhed oc e ort notice
The People's Line.
The Great Free Pahce Reclinin:! Cluir Car fiotle.
St: Loois, Ft. Scott I ficlita,
In conc't'n with Mo. Pac. Ry.
Is now running morning and evenln;; trains dally.
Including Sundajs, to
PqIum hku Sicepicf Can os ltwz Traai
The Shortest Route to St Louis.
The Only Short, Direct Route to
TEXAS AND SOUTHERN POINTS
By which tfce rauweffer avoids estra travsL
depot tnuwfer and vtxatJom deiys.
All Texas Points Local to this System
Gnerarjrra2!" JUnr. fA. I-ouls Xo.
H. a TOWysESD.
Ges.PaM.aBd Ticket Ant. t Louis, X.
C P RECTOP
TXvtasoB Pasaeoeer aa-1 Tlck jLceot. WlchKa. Caa.
Drs. M. and H. BRAND0M,
and Ear Infirmary
Ferewriysf Direatsr HL
NcSS Eaj Ix.C!;Ii vccae. WSeiiUa, Cancc
Dr H. Rnuviocs. eoe ft tie Twtn l!rcir. tar
riiiUX attixitlos to tfc trratins:t vt Ct--err. ltej
M!! Urpe nim!i"-r t-t ra with utxTerl w
o-m. I feH It my duty ir, y m tVe MiSrtnar wWS
the dre4 dlwTL- Cacc-r.ttat I f-I m- ihAt I ru
lire yoc if cot Vx tr gvnc Call tf rv " T11
br3ta Jmpecaett witii t&e eatarrr ulnu. No
symr rers:rel until cncer W reroored.
I win Ker vrti to a few caw uatl BJ entm
Hermiti Fas. fctf-a. Kas.; Arthur J. AJ4wo.
Bosje.Kan-: rxioa Whlttt; Yrtam. Kjus.- Adaas
Waf Oatrflie, g.3.; Uary m&n, OflUrfll. Eaa.
y' .s&S mt9
rROU x"" ,yr
v." tet -
W. O. WDDKLX.
i Plyme k'teitffim'i tagcliw'
Paiiwrs for Mind Ccntrr. lUtnticlt. Wnt Plaint,
!; r KtrtUla, Tarso JprtiiKH,mtiU polnU til South
western Kmm.Lt. will nave time and
tnonry by golni; ia
LEiairrox rLYMKiXT link.
nrtwMnnrtrr nt Cimarron and Canton ,"lty. En
ny ami nlcht train now tt atanck of thmto pvlsta
BTT2i;, BAB a
Eyas, Nev, Throat, Catarrh, tara.
Surgery and Deformities.
E. "5T. JwaTOTNTSEXlI,, 2wT. x.,
Proprietor and Surgeon in Charge,
Xorth Vain Sfareef
PAUL - JONES, - Druggist
I jT mmm
222 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kan-
Por Bargalns.iu.r-, rt
E. H. DEVORE&CO.
H. McKIM DU BOIS
I hav an aaeara et of li"A asul am prepar4 tm
wkc full a&d
Complete Abstracts of Title
To any t-ruprtylnSlfflcs: Conty.
Offlo Oisr 11 Mala UC
Wichita, - Kan.
STEDMAN & CRANE,
General : Insurance : Agents
FIRE, TORNADO, UFE AND ACCIDENT.
mCE if DOUGLAS AVK.VCE.
Largest Agency in the Valley.
Dr. E. M. Conklin,
OFTICE-Cor. Jtala and Znwt4 nu.
Wichita. - - Kansas.
jy wtbt1 f anjlly prtrtl Jvlas ptr-S-Ur U
Lratkm to 0jrtts ad Ina-s 4 wocwffl sjwl
e&ifeirec My trralot ut
ANO TCXOIiS OF THE wOM.
JjorrxTi. Patnf al and Irrrctilw raUfH. eles.
1 mild, tA oapaSSt. arj t trrj arfst
PJJ, ntal zsvl oihT lires&I Xttnhfa 4lt7
Vcftrrial an4 PrJrat- (ISmwh nxMcij trsrtA !
t&rir fjul riM rmwr'i Intra thf y'jtt? wltAos;
Ut ef 4 Ximnrr er uOiz lo;tra Jny.
lThKATCANCitl"- Wt mpunfrei joetJx.J
cf rviorBl jKikSit. JsiBt uMz-t U tnif. l
ciij ff3raatj a rar" la mtt ta.
r. a a Kftixys r. c rive vxsrt.nt ' m
KlKAl.Li. IUIECXATWS. SKHTUV nvnTHX
TION frp cmrrw? t w ft rVw M&U.
asal8saare'iiicssre zatltmvt eoodltfa. r
atW toe to rrtSrrr &-rly r-ry -.
Br k:ttx salsr' eff.Jrt tuwxfU Trcntxy, aI
ArvMazU faaMlj b4 lstarfcva dn. I zxt la
Jurr U rnjt Alicai pra
0ea faow- to IJiaf a. I&. 1 to 5 aad 30 ! p. .