Efoe Wfrthitx i3tMw&&' Itiday f$0nxiti0, gerofrjer 17, VfcBfc.
AilvortiwinciiiR in this column will be charged for
at tho rat: of Five Cent per lino ler week. No ad-vcrti-wim-nts
taken for Ires than 25 cents, and will
not !. ir.sertiHl until paid for.
WANTED A man that can sell medicine on She
Etreet; must he sober and Industrious; one that
can play and sing. Call at 813 llouglas ave. l&l-bt
TI7ANTED One cr two furnished or unfurnished
V? rooms with board tor gentleman and wife, in
strictly private family and Kood neighborhood. Will
pay liberally for Rood accommodations; references;
Address Home this clHcc lOJ-iit"
WAJ'TET-Situatloii as bill clerk, copiest or Kon
eral ofiicc woik: relerence rives. Address It
TI7" ANTED To m:11 a half-fare ticket rrorn I'lor
W once to Athens, Ohio, via. Cincinnati, good un
til Oct 'J. Address lock box 'Jil. 10!-0t
AXTANTED An experienced hardware wJcstnan.
W AddressG, W. Sillier. Arkansas City. han.lUI-Ct
XirANTED-5 tool (solicitors Immediately, no
ccmmiEKions; salary $75 per month and ex
pense. Knijulrc at lKi N Main n. between hours r
y and 11:31 a. m. and a and 43J p. m. '--
ANTED-A fir.-t class u- a'?"?.!?" nl'eii
immediately. Mrs. 1 J. Noel. SI b Main. lOl-M
"ANTFIi-n rxferionced ami competent ab
'vH. V?..?..' . .ii...r..t.f xittiationtOKUcha
AutirCMI -""O"- "!
W ANTED-A girl about 10 years of age to do jig
housework. 217 n i::iionauve. 10Jt
WANTKD A good responsible and first class ba
ker at' Stanord. Stallord county, Kan.. :J miles
webt of Hutchinson. oil references or don't apply
A good man can M-cure a long job as soon as hear.
rives in Uie city; an American preferrel. Alva I'ea
eock. Stafford, Kan. 103-Ct
WANTED Thos-c desiring a llrst class live room
house hard ami soft water. In a good ncigiibor
hood, will do well to call on .T. I,. Sonnett. at A brain
Smith's carpenter thop. corner Third and Main rts.
YITANTKD A girl to do general housework. En
Y quire at HO Ida ave. 103-U
WANTED Cook for restaurant, man or woman,
tn go 15 n lies out. Call at Geo. Turner's lunch
room, opKisltc the marble works on Main st. lU3-Ct
WANTED -Employment by a party able to work.
ExiH'rience in several lines. Speaks English
and German. Address A. II. Aliretw. " lU-Ct
ANTED A irood ttirl to work In small family
atUUSMaliiet. ' - lttCt
"TVT ANTED 3 cooks. 5 dining room uirls or boys, 2
TT iiibiirance mill, 5 glils lor piivate ramlly, 2
men to solicit for ready made clothing,:; .seamstress
to take work home with them, to laborers at Sl-'-O
per day. J. It. Kenworthy, H Douglas ave. 1U2 Ol
rAS'TED Uecisterod drug clerk. Address, or
K c:ill on Reeves larbcll, Clearwater, Km
TIT ANTED A nartner with SX); will guarantee
Y SMl prollt llrst six months In a desirable and
pleasant business. Addrias G. A. W.. this oSUc
IfTtNTKI) A gill for general houtcworl: in small
V family, 3Jl N I jiwreiice. JU2 Ct
vr ANTED Immediately, a good boy to drive a
Y dellverv wagon! Enquire at A. E. Shobcrs. 5V.i
K Douglas. ll'J-It
5"IT ANTED House cleaning, upholstering and old
YV mattresses to n-uovato over; carpets sewed and
laid, old canictR taken up and repaired and cleaned
and original colors r-st.ie(i; furniture repaired, var
nished or oil Mulshed. All work neatly and prompt ly
executed at eastern prices. Gociiifcrenccs lor vor
already done in this city. I.ea borders at b. Daniels
Kocxmd Hand .St jro, 241 N Main st. 10. U
T1TANTED Siieculators ticall for prices on fol-
lowing: I lot on Doujjas ave. SM blocks cast
ofJialnst. Several lots in Junction addition. Slots
on Fourth avenue. 5 lots on E Douglas ave. S lots
on N" Market st. For prices nud teims call on J'. S.
Unilth. at ottlcc of Harris, Hui rls .t Vermillion. H)-C
"V1TANTED Immediately; "B"Ctl baiber (while),
Y steady work. $12 per week. Addrcsj Jcmn
Dohrer. Mclicine Lodge, linn. 102-121
-X7" ANTED A capable nurse can nc secured for
YV day service at reasonable rates. Can refer to
physicians smd others: Inquire at 618 NTopekaavc.
or address Mrs. lt. lock box 17. Wichita, Kan. dliil-U
TXTANTED A graduate of a New England College.
YV A. I!. '77. A. M. .bo. and of Iowji State University.
I.. It. "82, wants to teach a winter tehool. Has taught
X. terms, and holds llrst grade certificate. Address
K. A.Stamv.-ood. Garden City, Kan. 101-Gi
TSTANTED All ambitious ladles and gentlemen to
VY attend the night school which opens at tha
Southwestern Uusliiess college Oct. 4th. 1SS0. dlUl-lm
"V.TT ANTED A full and complete list of raw and
V Improvetl tanning lirni for aala. Farnum,
Blinm.s .t Okiw, 110 Mala st. lOl-l'-t
TIT ANTED-All persons having city properly for
V sale to leave the same with us. Fainum.Simms
& Hours. 1 10 Main st. lOltlm
nr-ANTBU-Kvcrv farm In Sedgwick county for
YV sale on our book:;. Farnum bimms U. Uoonte.
"YiT ANTED A position by n praeiicnl druggist;
VY capable of t:iUIiigchnigc;uoibj.H'lii u togoin
ttMu.untrv; rcglsteied. Address Druggist, caie ol
T17 ANTED -Good cook, man or woman-, light
YY work and good wages; hi miles from city on
Fort Scott R. R. J- L- Wood. Clearwater, Kan. 101 -fit
TITANTED A boy to feed job pretest steady em
VY ployment. Call at this oillce Immediately.
ANTED -Two dining room boys; wages $6 per
week, at Iceland liolol today. Caldwell. Kan.
TYTAN1ED Scoots, a dishwashers. 3 men for din
W lug room. 5 girls for dining room, 7 girls for
private families. :; housekivirs. 10 scam-.tresse. r
larmhande. Call on Will II. Hatfield. Ill S Mu
atreot. . 1J1 M
fErANTED-Acook. Apply at W. C. T, U. rooms
T WTED-Investors ai.d speculators to know all
Y about the Wichita Gardcm.. Ktiquho of Ashlwl
Welch Eagle block. f
-r vtpiW want vou to know that your own
YV Interest lequircs you to Invest In the Wichita
Gardens Derore tjie price goc ui. athwi ""!
Eagle block. : 1 00-1 .it
AVTKI) A clrl to do ireneral housework. No. 101
S Iiwrence, up stairs. liV-l
TANTKD-IIousos to rent. Drukkcr Hoge. 1M
Main street. '"".'i
TUTANTED-Two or three furnishisl rooms, with or
YV without privilege of light hou-ekceplug. by man
an.1 wife. Call on or address J. H. Kllgour. 1 Is North
Main stiis-t. wyn
TUT ANTED- Tvo nvm;?. one or lith furiiMiejl.
VV tor light heusekeeplnittir.usll.'o In giwsl locali
ty. ithin live ir ten minutes walk of P.O. Ad
nnivs 1!. W cat c or tho Eagle. 1W t
--j'-AN1 I'D To place, loans on long time on farms
VV or business blocks or on short time or o.iattel or
real estate security; nites low and prompt atteiif ion.
Ashbel h.IJleli , llihl
TITANTED--Three go.nl cariientoK at once. F. C.
V v;inant. lli. Waco st. wt
TTANTED A Mochof drj-gmxls in the llvo town
V of Khattm, Hurls r count v: a splendid orenlng
for business. Enquire of 1. 1. Campbell, cor. Doug-
las and Market. !!
TTr sNTED A goixl honest, educated, single
Y woman, between the ages of 2: ard :s years, to
takeeliargeofn small family. Reference nsiuirejl.
ApplvatDr WeiidelV cftUv, om r Citizens bank.
Wichita. Kan. .
T ANTED-Insiirance of all classes, I can give
V v.m tii.. 1.si-r!:iesin the most tellable compan
ies. Ash! sd V elch. Eagle block. liriti
7 AN1 l.D- A bargain In North l'ark add. Wo
liax u H miyer. uiuuri a i'v, ,.,. ...... ....
"ANT1 5 A rood girl at W. F. Recce's
isTMI. aji t-xneriencod. well acuuainted.
,' ilvi.lv Lrris-ervsolicitej-. not !fraid to work. Rcf-
enee nsjiiireil. A. J. lltisli, 120 E Douglas ave.
T .NT EL -Y!.johaii'g ical tate to sell to
leate it wnn l.ruukri 1111. wi hwuki. u-fvi
W.NTKD The Wichita (inrOcus are booming.
an-1 ve don't want jou to get left. Enquire of
tliepriiicitr.l real ostaJe:e.kis-r ol AshU'I Welch,
Itigle bl.vs-. !
-.r aN'TEI) Tcitiwand men to work on D. H. &
V lt R. "t Matrimi. Kan. Good wages and
Moftdv "work. Apply at StiUford, on tho work. A 111.
r.'i ,,.,"-. rvmtraeitir. ow-tm
TTfANTED -Woman to do washing at nouso one
V day each wiefc. Mrs. H. Iilaciw older. M.
ANTED To buy stock cattl.- of all kinds. J. A.
Ileltner, at Hoisc :uni Jiuie jioj s.e .-.
WANTED- A situation by a ownn'ii'iit book
keeper of Ms v.-ars experience; wl.o.esale. Iwurf
,.r nal estate; lorn am! lusui-.ince '', J,rM7?
C-n glvo bank reference Addrev, 1 I-.C.fajie
TTTANTED-R.irrowcrs for money; we pkicomoney
YY at k.. Vim crtratesoiir.il kinds of cnsutclse
rurltv loaas.and also on secoail mortgages on uirms.
Wichita lUnklng Co.. and Fnrrcers lfcttiking -j....o.
116 West Doiuias ave l'Jl
T AN TED Hoarders at the nortVvet corner of
inir.ianu j'ii-' nvi: " --
TVTANrED- rtilau&.Vi.t'j onbustnsw bl.vk and
VV iwldetuv proiH-rty. within the r.et .h.rlv
days. K uisas Iamu and lm .stuier.t company l-'.tl
TITANTED !wkketj. era and buin men t
VY know that tl.e Nr.tit:.l Awountants' Ihireatt
IHa;rs lulili jkwt u iiT i.-i. . .i im 2,lul-uf ri . v.-
tlrst-las.s m.'ii anil w.men for poit'uus09 "oo.k
nM a. i.l .li-.....!...!.)' tfc 1IticI...w ...n. .li. wnfll
WANTED To loan at lowest rates, (lit).' Won city
and f.mn jTOjK'rty. Money ready any day.
S. W. Coojwr. 137 Jlaiu st. di) tf
J7.0R KENT For cash rent for the year lSs! or
1 loncer. a first-class liottom farm on niekory
eek. In Kutler county, Kan. Addreis Wm. Mortl,
Jjetm. Knm 10 f't
w,1, l.tv r 1.....b til.W rttrilcli.wl ..-If H n Wtll
1 out board, lu Roys building. Office an Douglas
Kt m:; ." i.,x'..i" - i........ tf ....-4 ...i" .......
cfllclent lu-lp. and extvtt l.sk.C( epct-s who incSe
llrst-ciass rei'e-euces, id vat:t situations, would do
well bv rddn-ssing us. Oil1 "o for the state of Karsas
at the'ScuthwnsU'ra UUiucs.-i College, Wlc.dtu. K,-n-
7OK RENT A first-class hotel, new. a rooms. In
JU Tribune, Greeley countv; good ttwn, Rood water,
pood county. Enquire of L P. Campbell, cor Doiik
las ave and Market st. 9Wt
InOIt RENT nriek store with shelving suitable for
. dry goods. Address Iloldrldg & Gosgin. Anthony
poll REXT-Xurnlshcd rooms at 1S5 N T-gpeka
FOKIIENT-Storeroorn on N Malh st, && &.
glass front. Enquire at Occidental grocery. lMtr
17ORnENT-Three nice rooms In anew house in
? the north end close to the streetcars; v.111 rent
Vilip; iJUIl Ub 1W ncoi r-" "
?01l KENT-TWO rooms, one I.andsomely furnished
JL lower fiont room, large anu mj. """ " .".,
Irc ho" fro"t; one 'large nicely frngl room
wardrobes in both rooms; board furnished. Apply
at ) N Emparia ave. lUxSt"
ITVDK KENT A small stable. Enquire of Ashbel
? Welch. Eagle lilock. 103-Ct
ITOIi KENT A first class room for rent, suitable
for three gentlemen; with board, by the 3Jth of
bept. N K cor Lawrence and Ttdrd. 103-6t
I OK RENT Furnished rooma at -SlSSSIala street.
1 ami also a large barn. l'Ji-Ct
171911 KENT Strictly first-class furnished rooms,
: lanfet an-1 most convenient in Wichita, In Union
block, over I'alace burlier shop, nest to Commercial
hotei, Douglas avenue. Apply to Mrs. Oandolfo. room
No. 5. up stairs. dSvtf
I710K KENT One furnished room between Oak and
. l'inc o:i Fourth, 7VJ; $10 per mouth. ili. B. Mur
FOR KENT Half of a store room at 1!S N Main st.
In the best location In the city. Room well
lighted and plate glass windows. ii!i2
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front rooms; large
and air-; southern crposure; In a new house. En
ijulre at 4a west Central ave.
17OK RENT Furnished rooms by the day or week
? Inquire at No. filSEast Douelas ave, room No. 1 up
stairs, or at J 13 West Douglas ave, room No. 1 over
l'etrie's clothing store. Mrs. J. M. Slager, dSI-lm
70R SALE A S5.CO) stock of hardware for cash. In
'Dip best Inwri In the state. Address I. O. bor
CI, Arkansas City, Kan. lM.et-
IOR SALE A blacksmith shop and tools, a wagon
1 shop, and house and lot cheap; splendid location;
must sell. Address W. II. Mcl'hersou, Torraccc.Cow.
ley county, Kan. lOS-Ct
FOR KALE About Sj feet well m&da paneled
counters, suitable for any retail business. Apply
Lt oftlce of W. 7. Johnston & Co. 1U1 tit
fOR SALE Two tickets to St. Louis cheap. Sterns.
lj Tremont house. ldl-Ct
I7OR SALE At a bargain. New two story eight
room house, completely furnished. Terms easy;
immediate tiossession: street cars p.iss the door. En
quire on the premises N E cor. Oak and Cherry st.
I7.OR SALE Furniture and fixtures for a good ho
" tel at very low figures; also a lease until the 1st of
May next: one of the best locations In the city. Ap
ply at 1 13 S Fourth ave. 10.! M
JTtOKSALE A. L. Austin offers 20 acres of choice
" lauds on College Hill for the next few days at a
bargain and he can be found at his residence on the
17V5R SALE Owing to sickness the parties will sell
; a llr.st-classrestaurantand boarding house doing
a good business; JO to!.l) leguitr boarocrs paying "
per week day board. Rare chance. Enquire at 'ill
Douglas ave. lCJ-Ct
lOR SALE For lots In Junction addition to Wlcli
JL ita see I'. S. Smith, at idllee ol Harris Harris &
Vermillion, over Wells Kargo Express office. lO-lilt
iTvOK SALE Three line black driving horses. En-
quire at West Side Drujj store. No. 527 V Douglas
ave. i:. L. Ortt. 102-St
170R SALE Call at once while the prices are low;
1 no better bargains can be had than in tho Wich
ita gardens. Ashbel Welch, Eagle block. HO-Kt
"57011 SALE Vcrv cheap. One good cook stove and
Jt1 one extension dining table 8 it. new; a bargain
for cash, at No. 1UJ S Lawrence. JU Ot
"0R SALE Saddle jxinles: some broke to- drive.;
S. T. Mrtjor, cor. Topeka ave and Tenth st. .5 9S-tf
I70K SALE Choice business property onU'Doug--1
las ave. Call on Parker S. Smith, at office of
Harris, narris & Vermillion. 93-1
17IOR SALE Will sell wilh le.iFcaud furniture 10
. rooms at Union block over' Palaco barber shop.
Apply to Mrs. Gaudolfo. at Union block. 87-tf
ITtOR SALE The Wichita Gardens. Tho biggest
. thing now offered in llio market. Enquire of
principle real estate dealers or of Ashbel WelchEaglc
171OR SALE The garden spot or tho world, other
; wise known as the Wichita gardens, For Infor
mation apply 10 the principal real estate dealers or
to Ashbel Welch, Eagle block. lU0-12t
17IOR SALE 20 head of 3 and 1-year-old stecra: good
1 grade. InquiniofO. Edward Rocmbach. 4 miles
southwest 'f Garden Plain. dt'3-12t wv5 2t
"1 O I T T T 1... ... fmif. c..n.tfl l.rtMhlC l.l ffiril.O
' fioin two to threo mili from Cheney; li acres
tliist. miles from Ohenev. 10 acres in cultivation: SO
aere.s in corn; one aero in potatoes; hou'e, orchard,
r.lalileaiul well, nice grove, small fruits, etc., all for
32,X1. Also 1,ltX) acres, two miles from Cheney; 41X)
acres under fence; thiee housos; orchanl. grove, liv
ing water all bottom, S19,WJ. These me two speci
mens of thousands of acres for sale by inc. Inquire
of John Coffey, Cheney, Sedgwick county, Kansas.
i70R SALE Tl.e finest land to be found. In 2)4, 5
' and lOacre lots 011 Washington ave. There is big
money ini t if vou buy now. Ashbel Welch, Eagle
block. KX lit
170K SALl-OId papers at this office at 25 ceuts
T.OR S. LK A fine breeding jack, for the sum ol
J Hi. IiKiuireor write to I'lnk Fouts. :53tf
17OR SALE-TKADE-Oi: RENT The .Mulvane
Flour Mill. For terms, call on or address J. E.
Humphrey & Son, Wichita, Kans. dl-tf
I70RSALE 2J-i or 10 acre lots in the Wichita Gar
; dens on Washington ave. north of tho city, by
the principal real estate dealers or Ashbel Welsh,
Eagle block. 1U0-12C
ITtOR SALE-810.000 will buy KUxllO ft with house
on 4th avenue, just south of William street, suita
ble for wholesale or agricultural Implement ware
house; aside track can be put In very cheap. E. C.
and L. R. Cole, 329 Douglas av e. d6S-tf
"7OR SALE 31 lots in Hibarger's addition. These
1? lots front on Washington avenue and west on
Mosley avenue, are covered with line fruit nnd shade
trees.and will lie sold on easv terms. Call on Bunnell
& Morehouse. 91 tf
ITtOR SALE Grand Central Hotel, Geuda Springs.
" Sumner county, Kansas, the great health resort of
.sunny, southern Kansas; doing it good paying busi
ness: everything nice and new: newly furnished rbls
spring; a good chance for some one; reason for sell
ing, age. Call on or address R. C; Love. Glenda
Spring, li'anw. d61-tf
17OR SALE 0 lots on N. Waco avenue, between
' Fourteenth nud Fifteenth stieets; will be sold at
a bargain. Inquire at 151 NMalnst. M-tf
7OUSALB Mr stock of groceries and queenawarc
1? i.t Anlhonr, kati.; will sell for cash only; stock
will invoke for $!.r.0. I will lent to the parties buy
ing, the building, which is 120 feet with good cellar.
1. 1!. IV.ibes, Anthony7, Kan. 47 tf
17011 SALE I have some veiy choice bargains In
. citv proierty and farms. Call and get the prices
U-fo:o" they me gone. Ashll Welch, Eagle bit. li-12
L7OK SALE OR LXCHANGi: A lOhon.c iower
1 threshing machine, all complete; will give:-, bar
gain. Address Win. Moitl. Ixkui, Kan. l-tl
1JiORiAT.U-'4town lots l Garden City; special
' bargains, also deeded land adjoining the city. Call
011 r ai'dress E. J. Pyle. real estate ajent. Garden
Citv, K.ui. 4C-5H1
L7OR KALE- 19J high grado sheep, or v.-lll trade for
. Wichita city property or for cattle. Enquire 119
E Douglas av e. A. T. Uuckeridge. d5i-tf
1 TtoRSALE-U? acres of land-B the west liauk of the
.L bigArkaus.Lsrlver,C miles northwest of Wichita;,
.teres plowed and a small orchard; no buildings; "bal
ance teheed with vvliv. watered tiy the riven all go.'sl
Ihittom laud: price s!5 jKr acre if sold eoon; part ca'..
Iitdanco to suit at s jier cent. luqulre by letter. J. '"..
Krinlev. Wichita. Kan. tl35-wjtf
17OR.SALE Ltitsln Doilgo's addition west of the
Fairground, half miles north of the University
grounds. Tluse lots are the highest anil best in th
citv. Time will lie given to those wishing to build. If
desired. For further i.srtlculars inquire at tl.e gro
cery store o Dodge A Hushes, 122 W Douglas avenue.
FOR SALE. Good residence and business property
in town of Clearwater; also a gooI farm near
ntat v s:at of Comanche countv: will tntde for Wich
ita city property, luquire 123 N Market strtsjt. 115tf
f 7OR SALK 15 hUh ftrade Herefonl bulls, one and
two y.ii sold, luqultvat Rock Creek ranche. 7
miles west tit Andale.i.r at Red Front Shoe store.
Allen &I-whs Wichita. Kan. d75if
T7!: SALE Flr.o farm near Mt. Ho. Improvitl. ftl
1 acres vtiod plow land, -1:1 acres good hay land, 40
acres good jvntuie. Will ive long time on p.trtard
will take In trade hors?t or cattle. Inquire at prolcto
17.RTP.An"--.;.- lor.caIu-V.ll ircprt.ved f.r
for a riiomco pnptcty. Eckardt & Scstt,
ssnta so iMKcry.
i707: TKAIE A id rreit m-wiuielc house riith !
lots lu south r".rt or Wichita: for firm pro;er;v
;m.l cit-h dUTereiKV. J.R. Keuvverthv, MS D-ujlv-ajre.
I7OR TKADK Farms. t.wu property, stirrs ar.l
sticks of gfw,ia to tr !' fir tinms cattle. ;f xls
t-ity i.-tijertv.-tc. .Vhtvi Weld-. Easle block. P1J
YTvORTttAl'E IVK ST"CK A f.r-t clss. iKtlon
firm is Butler cMX9y Karu. conoKting ot Jj
nexi-B situated ou ilit-X. r creek. Aiidrvss V.
7l0,'' T1H DE-Ii vcrv saMe r.i.d the entlr" outfl;
t' gioti busltii-s, gv.t location; overytrhig t
ioitrti I a first .'Ia livery stable: s!tus:ea in '.e
eiiviftlewland, OM-n-will trai fur land in v -stern
Kansas. For psuUpu-'ars address Iocs-1jx ..
Wichita. Kan. '!-
.1 .t? i'vth t vi. P We Lave a half section of SMi-
i wlekcountviainLp-sUly improved, whlc.j we
111 cxchatige for Vkha property upon very liberal
rms. itunncll k Moreiioiue. -tf
terms. Ituuncll & Moreiioiue.
STOR-GE For houscliold goous ana roercnsnciise
atJJSMainst. Cheap rate, by Cox &Scley.
T OST One lap robe wi h flower In center. Finder
Ijwill be liberally rewarded ott return to 106 Main
street. O. M. Sherman. Vi-6f
STORAGE For household, goods or merchandise,
boxed or loose; If you have any feoods to store
bring them to the Wichita Storage Co.. No. 116 West
Douglas ave. CC-tf
FINANCE AND COMMERC!
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPII.
cw York Money JDirkcts.
New Touk, September 15.
Moncy-On call easier, ranging from 4 to 7 per cent
Prime Merchantlle Paper t&i per cent.
Sterling Exchange Weak and unsettled; actual
rate4Ssj for day bills and 46iJ- for demand.
Government Bonds Dull and steady.
State Bonds Dull and heavy.
(j-jitr-cents of 95 130
State Bonds Very dull and steady.
Missouri Cs KO,
Fluctuations in stocks were small and dealings of
little lntercs, although there was an active trading In
St. Paul, Lackawanfca, Lake Shore and Canada
Southern, the latter being the strongest stock on the
general list. The opening was comparallvsly quiet;
the afternoon market was dull. There. wes more
strength displayed In the last hour than any time
during tlie afternoon.
The total sale of stocks today were J:6C,ti3 shares.
Chicago & Alton Kl
Chicago. Burlington & Qulncy V&M
Lacawana f. 132$
Lake Shore S"6
Missouri Pacific.... 112
New York Central 112
Reading t JS54
Rock Island : IS?
Union Pacific &
Western Union h
AT &SF 1st 7s Vii
Xcw Tork Grain.
New York. September 13.
Ungraded red, 81&87 No. 2 red, SGJflelevator. SC?
Corn SK)t lots shade higher; options lower, clos
ing ster.dy;Ungraded 49S0J6 NoJJ l'JJcIevator59
Oats moderatlve active, mixed western SiSi'l
white western, S5340.
Butter Firm; western, 1012J$.
Cheese Firm, western, 1315s.
Eggs Firm; western fresh, 159.
Chlcairo Grain and Produce.
CntCAOO. September 13.
Values were weaker for the entire speculative, list
today and generally speaking trading was more dull.
Foreign advices quoted wheat as dull and nuchangd
Operators appeared to fear a shortage of spring
wheat shipments, though the movement continued
light and market declined $, rallied but declined
and closed i lower than yesterday. In the after
noon the market declined KCH closing firm. Corn
was weak and , lower than yesterday but recovered
this loss in the afternoon.
Flour steady and unchanged.
Wheat Sales ranged:
September. 74H7!5j. closed 74;; November, 7;"5
Hj'f closed 77?k; No. 2 Spring 7!( No. 2 red "If.
Corn. :S$; September, LSt;C''M, closed 3
October, StJ4'(i4C"H!oS'el (
Oats Cash, and August, 23J-.5; September, JX-t
Rye Steady. No. 2, cash. lSJ.
Harlot' Weak; No. 2, Kljrf.
Flax Seed Strong; No. 1. Si 10.
Pork Cash, $11 25 11 3). October $U .Vigil 75
Ijinl Finn; cash S7 377 40; August, C7 JsOtSi'iak'.
clo'-elS7 C2J-rf; September, S7 JAK37 S3, closed 7 sr.;
Getolier. S 8'i. -
WhLskey Steady, St 15.
Butter Firm; creamery, 14:t2; dalrj-. W$$J.
Iltitatocs Finn. $1 C0.Q2 00 per barrel.
Receipts Flour, 9.0UO; wheat. 77.0UO; corn. Ul.W);
ats. 27.UU); rye. -10.000; barley, C4.0U0.
Shlpiudiits Flour, 7.UW; wheat, lCO.OHO corn.lS4.C0
patf, t-J.OU); rye, 1000: barley, C.OUO.
Kansas Citv Grain and Produce.
Kansas City. September 15,
Flour Steady; quotations In car lots: xx, 75c: xxx,
859T; family, $1 ICI 15; choice, $1 :ai 40; fancy,
$1 t?Jl 70; patent, $2 U)2 10; ryo flour. Si 4rx.sU 70.
wheat Receipts 13.C0U; shipments 19.C00; in store,
Sales ranged: No. 2 red cash. 62 bid; October
fS3 May 74 bid. No. 2 soft, cash bid.
Corn Sales ranged: No. 2 cash. SbJhld. asked
Oct :Kj4: May 10 bid. 42 asked. No. 2 white, cash
Oats Very dull and easier; cash 21M; October
" itve Better. 41K
Hav Firm; fancy sinall baled. $ a,
Butter Steady; creamery fancy, 13; good, 15;ilalr-,
13; store packed, 10; common, 6.
Eggs Steady at Pk;.
Corn Steal Green. 85; dried, 90.
Corn Chop Bulk, 70; sacked, 75.
Bran Bulk. 47; sacked. 52.
Cheese Full cream. 10; flat, 7S; Young America,
lOJtt; Kansas. 50". ,, . .
I'ouitrv- Steadv; old hens, S2 50; old mixed, SI -;
sjirlng cftlckcus, large, $2 25, small, 01 231 50.
Dried Apples. l&Wc; peaches, 23c.
Wool Missouri, unwashed heavy fine, lfiQIS; ligut,
18:i22; medium combing, 22.2!; course. JW21; low and
carpet, 15(3.17: Kansas and Nebraka heavy line, 15cclS;
light, 19ft21; medium, SOSJSgtuh washed choice, 3 '.tj.35;
fine. 3!f..i");diugv and low. 27J!9.
Broom corn Hurl, 10 self working, l'r-7; common,
5; crooked. 3W)(.
Hides-Dry Hint, No. 1, 13; No. 2; 11; bulls and stags,
8; dry salt, No.l, 10, No. 2, 8; green salt. No. I. SJf. No.
2, 7; green tincurcd. No. 1. 7, No. 2, 6; calf, 72; sheep
pelts, dry, 10612.
Tallow No. 1, 3W; No. 2, 3.
Provisions Sugar cured hanifi, 13;breakfast bacon,
10; dried beef, 11; dry Fait clear rib sides, SO 15;
long clear. $1 05; shoulders, $3 CO; short clear, $C fO;
smoked clear rib sides, 87 00; long clear. $6 J; short
clear, 37 00; mess pork, S!0 00; shculdcr.-. i 25; beef
Ij-.rd Choice fierce. 6 55.
Flax secd-93caSl 00.
St. Ijoals Grain and Produce.
St. Louis. September li.
Flour Quiet, unchanged; xxx S2 202 V), family
S2 40U 5; choice. $2 903 10; fancy, $3 i'Jti3 5U;
extra fancv. S-! .IV.3 85: patent, SI 00&1 30.
Wheat Receipts, 15.7ii; shipments, 13,700; in store,
39,000; market weaker No. 2 red, cash. 7j
Crn-No?mIxcd cash. '.'f hi.!; Oct 353.3s;.:
Oats-No. 2, cash, 23. Sept 25; October 2
Rye No. 2 cash, 50
-Barley No market: . ., , ,...,
U-ad-DulI; refined. $t CO; chemically hard; SI jTJ.j.
Butter-Quiet; creamery. 20i325; dairy, 102l.
Egs Finn. HW.!2c.
Whiskey-Steady; ?1 10.
l'ork Steady; S10 23.
Lard-Firm: SO .
Receipts Fl'iOur. Cflu); wheat. TD,0tAJ:ccrn, 32.WJJ
oats. 77.00; Rve.210); ltarley. 2,tny.
Shipments Hour, 20.000; wheat, 133.CO); orrn, bjO
oats, y.000; rye, nouc; bailey, none.
Kansas City IAvo Stock.
Kansas Citt. September 13.
Cattle Receipts. 2511 shipments. lftSl: fat stuff
strong and a shade higher; gra.s nmge of good quall
tv steadv; common dull; choice. St OOy.1 .Vj; com
mon to mctlium. $3 33 9t); stcckers, S2 25
mJ 73: flers, S2 50(.43 JW: cows. $1 5S2 00;
gross Texas steers. $2 Si:i 25.
"" IIoga-Keceipts. ISS); shipments CSS: choice:
... nl...H. . .n.i.Tc rmi jl ,.. ni.nlf.n CI T-Vv?t't)
common to medium, St 2.".JI G3; skips and pigs,
S2 7.-ii.lilu. ' .. ......
Sheep Riveit.ts. 4fiS : shipments. -Mi; steatty;
goodto choice. ' 5tti3 U); common to medium. 31 '0
CM 2-". ,
St. IxutU Live Stock.
St. Locis. September 15.
Cattle Receipts. 2100: shipment. 12t0: market
firm: g.-od to choice shippers, $4 35C4 20: eiin
inon t. .'fair. S3 I 25: butchers steers, $3 fOS4 10
cows ind heifers, S2 2a3 50; through Texan. S2 23
'i". 70; Indians. S:t Ji3 W.
Hogs- Receipts. XUI; shliiments. !V; market active
and strong: butchers and lest heavy, St J3 10
mixed packing. Si Xt S5; light, $4 H4 70.
,10t.j, ltccclpts, JKIW; shlpmenfi. .1; market
steady and unchanged; 1 25Q3 u.
Chicafio L.ITC Stock.
Chicaoo, Septomlier 15.
Cattle Market steadv; shipping steers S3 405 30:
Mockers and feeders S2 iQ&X 70; cows, bulls an mlxd
$1 .Mi3ai; bulk S2ftX2 ."5: through texas2 40i3 43;
cows S2 .'0(3 IV; wintered Texans tl IXXM .'o.
Hogs Relpts. 20.WJ; shipments. J00: market
wrong; good butchers to rxt heavy $4 0554 70,
packing and shipping, 4 7V9i5 C6; light, $1 (X1 .
Si-eop Receipts. l.'ti; shipments. 5H: market
stead: nativt-t. 2 iu40: western. $2 2M55; Tex
an. $1 732 80 Iambs, $3 55 CO.
New YorS Lire Stock.
Nkw Yowc September 15.
Beeves Krripts Including 20 cars fr erport ISJ-'h
t-vK) for the wetik. Market dull and lower; native
.teors. (J5 XS? 6 'O; Texas and Colorado $3 HV44 S3
Sheep Receipts, 111(0; market dull and weak at
. S3 X"j4 G2pcrl0 lbs for sheep and SI 1. W for
Umbs. . , .
IlopjI'ecelpts. 12.71C; market slow and steady tt
191.55 3) per owl
Qnlrk Rale llarcan.
5 low on North Toieka. between 15th and luls; pr
lot. $'X . ,
4 lots. cor. War blnstoti ave and 1Kb; per jot J! a,.
10f Cu .vona isiu; per mm. -i. I
-.! corner lots in Allen & Stnittr. aldltlon; p.?.- lot, I
2 cvt fronts on Allen arc. Allen' Add; ir lot $?Tj.
Vou will never fret left on any of the above, Tliey
ira bv all odds tie cheatt ttarcrJris offered.
i.O HKU&KEC&IIOGH. !SIAn
Bargains in Ileal Estate".
A fine a-rricaltiiml and nock farni. three end one
half telle-," frctu city, about 105 acre broke, one ;car
ter section fenced for pattire. plenty of water and a
ANo-JsX) lots In city finely located atsd In rI
relbr!iood. Special terms to thoe wl-lds;? to
AKv wibiirlan propcrtv. Fcr further particulars
so.? ChrU. T. Pearcc, agrnt for Wm. OrolfTsEstetre. at
city office. dl.trtf
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received up to the 10th
init. for the erection and completion of a
two-story frame residence building for L. P.
Douglas on lot 72, Waco avenue. Plans and
specifications can be seen at the office of Rush
fc Gile, architecte, at 125 East Douglas nvc
The Frisco line will sell roand" trip exenr
sion tickets from Wichita to Danville, In
dianapolis and Piainfield, Indiana, Septem
6th, 7th, 10th and 11th, good to return until
September 30th, at the low rate of $21, and
to Richmond, Indiana, round trip tickets
for $23, tickets on sale September 10th, 11th,
17th and ISth, limited to September 30, ISSti.
This is a rare opportunity for our people to
visit their friends east at little expense. Pull
man palace sleeping cars an trains leaving
here at 9:25 a. m., and free chair cars on
trains leavins here at 9:20 p. m. daily. Tick
et office at 119 N. Main st and at Union do
Hydraulic Pressed Brick.
Tho finest brick in the country for froutsof
Buildings and residences. Also best qualities
common brick. Call at the Wichita Coal
and Fuel Co.. G1S East Douglas avenue. Tele
phone 99. d-70-tf
Stolen from Wichita, Sunday morning,
September 5th, 18S0, one light sorrel horse,
sixteen hands high, several barbed wire cuts
on breast, bald faced, a little thick -winded,
eight years old, shod all round. One lisht
bay horse, eight years old, about sixteen
hands high, star in'forchead, one white hind
foot, fistula mark,weighs about 1,100 pounds,
trots in harness and paces under saddle, shod
all round. $25 dollars each for return of
horses, or $100 for horses and thief. Address
City Marshal, Wichita, Kansas. d9G-tf
Feeding Steers for Sale. ;
Two hundred head of H-year-old trade 1
suort-horn steers, good style and colors;
will weigh eleven hundred or more. Address
Geo. E. Rhodes, Anthony, Kan. dow22tf
Philadelphia, July 23, 1880.
Wichita Eagle, Wichita, Kansas.
Gentlemen: We-havo seen one of your
Mortgage Loan Registers at tho office of the
Philadelphia Mortcane and Trust Co.. this
city, and shall bu obliged if you will send this
company one similar in all respects at your
earliest convenience, and remain
Aero lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision
one and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield Ujiiversitj', tho cheapest
and most desirable residence property in
Sedgwick countv, terms easy. Enquire of
A. T. Owen, at llattou& Ruggles, office oyer
WiclntaiNatiariai bank, or uayiey, tiros, cc
Co., 11(5 North Market street. d-tf
St. I.o-.iIm and San Francisco Hallway Free
Clialr Car Service Hetwecu Wichita
and St. Iiouls.
Cointuencing Monday, AugtLst 2:rdj the
Frisco lino will run elegant new reclining
chair cars on their trains, 0110 and two, be
tween St. Louis and Ilalstead, daily without
No charge for seats in chair cars will be
made for passengers holding tickets from
Wiciiita to Carthage for St. Louis and be-j-ond,
or vice versa.
Train No. 1 arrives at Wichita daily at
CrMO a. in. Train No. 2 leaves Wichita daily
at 0:20 p. m.
The Frisco lino offer this unsurpassed ser
vice in addition to tho Pullman Palace cars
which will bo run daily on their trains,
threo and four, No. '3 leaving St. Louis at
S:'Si p. 111., and arriving at Wichita 5:50 p.m.
No. 4 leaving Wichita 9:25 a. ni., arriving at
St Louis next morning at 0:45.
D. Wishart, G. P. A.
F- D. Russell, 'St. Louis, Mo.
G. W. A., Wichita. 81-tf
For Trade ! !
Horses, stock of general merchandise, one
12 horso power engine and threshing mncltie.
two valuablo patent rights' shares In several Rood
Krowlug town In western KansaH, several rood
pre-emptions and timber culture claims in the Gar
den City laud district, farms and town property in
all tho eastern and ponthern states, nlso western
Kansas land and a (Treat many vacant lots in west
ern Kansas towns all to trade for lots in Wichita
or improved farms In Sedgwick, Butler.Cowley, Sum
ner and Iteno counties. Three good Improved farms
to rent for 1S87. We make a specialty of trading. If
you have anything to trade or sell lirimr the descrip
tion to our onice; we can get you a trade.' Town low
for sale on credit. OIllcu U19 East Douglas avenue, up
stairs, front loom.
REIMAN & SABIN.
IN THE CITY,
87 Dozen Laundiied White Shirts with
Two-ply Reinforced Bosoms and
Bands will be Sold at 35 Cents Each.
8. Goldstein & ('o's
FA HOUS. 422 DOUGLAS A VH.
The Eye, Ear and Throat.
Dr. BREEN-Oculist and Aurist
I have every facility ,
that can lc had in our;
lanre cities and any
one with dlsea5es oti
ii: the eye, car cr throat J
tlnd me at HI'jK
glas avenue. 4
Sort Kotice. JF
Glasses Fitted at Short
SANTA FE BAKERY
Is the Place to get Everything Kept in a
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Pbops.,
Pioneer -:- Lumber -:- Man
OP SEDGWICK COUJJTT.
Esia-Dlished In 1870.
A Complete Stock of Pine Lumbe,r
Shingles, Lath, Doors, Sash, etc.,
always on hand.
Best Dollar White Sit
YOUTH AND AGE.
When I am old, these hills Uiat bound
My life within their narrow round
Will to tha threshold of tho door
That leads to Freedom and to Fame,
And the wide world beyond no more
An idle dream, an empty noma;
Bat 1 from cares and troubles free,
Ita glorias and its joys shall see.
The summer isles of southern seas;
Great battles, glorious victories;
The boundless prairies of tho west.
Where red men hunt tha buffalo;
Whatever fairest gifts and the best
The gods have given to men below
These, heart of mine, these shall we see,
In the brave days that are to bo.
When I was young this narrow round
Of hills a glorious world did bound;
Here, on the qutet valley floor,
I dreamed of Freedom and of Fame,
Ere yet I learned they were no mora
Than a vain dream, an empty name;
In that glad, careless long ago,
Tho happy hours seemed all too slow.
I have been wrecked ia stormy seas;
Not mine life's glorious victories;
TJone the bright spjll on boyhood cast;
No more along the primrose way
I wander, for my taths liave passed
To this sad world of every day.
Ah, heart of mine, no mere we know ,
The days and dr-ams of long cgol -
A-NORTHERN SUMMER RESORT.
Icclitcd as a 1'Incc in Which 4 Cool Off
TJariiifj the Dos Hays.
There L; so much in a name tliat tho only
wender Ls that people, in the hot months of
the 3'ear, do not take their holiday hi a coun
try which combines all the cool qualities of
iced Trater with the solid advantages of terra
finna. Charity is not usually a distinguish
ing mark of the British "tripper." He does
not say to himself: "In what country can
I spend 50 with the most advantage to
the natives:" Still, there are some persons
who would feel a gentle glow of satisfaction
stealing through their moral fiber could thoy
say that they had spent their money in tho
most philanthropic manner.
Such an opportunity for kindly tourists
Iceland offer.? this year. That country is in a
bad way. The fisheries for the last three
years have been very unproductive, and great
distress has been tho consequence. Besides,
the price of dried cod one of tho principal
sources of revenue hay fallen from thirty to
forty kronen; er skippurnn, a lower price
than has been known for the last forty years.
In many parts of the island the inhabitants
havo no food but iish no coffee, no bread, no
vegetables and many of them are suffering
from rcurvy. Obviously, to a country thus
Mtttatcd, an inMtix of visitors would be a real
But how few pwpli' .vor go to Iceland.
Vet it is not so far away. It can even bo
conveniently reached. Its natural curiosities
: re grand, and of a kind novel to tho ordinary
e.vcursionist. The people tiro kindly, living
is cheap, ami tha tour is ono of the few not
absolutely hackneyed. It may also lc inter
esting to note that English is taught in all the
school; in Iceland; and as sonn of Shako
speare's plays havo been translat-vl into Ice
landic, there is no reason -why tha .English
man should, not feci iiimwlf. thorough!- at
home there. London Globe.
Open Your "Windows, Friend.
Directly the sun begins to decline, let every
maiden nnd housewife, and man and woman
and child, with an eye for tho picturesque and
ti feeling for health and beauty, throw up tho
Venetian or Parisian blinds. Open your
rooms to the glories of tho evening; throw up
and pull down the sashes; cpon wide all your
doors. Let cool breozes enter into corridor
and cellar and garret and room; let the
"caller" air circulate through every inch of tho
house hour after hour, while j-ou aro getting
your evening meal, whilo you say j-our
prayers, whilo you think of others after tho
toils of tho day. If it bo your priceless lot to
dwell apart from citj- life, and havo outsido
your cottage or villa or mansion flowers,
those lovely gifts of Darno Nature, let scents
of rose and thymo como in at every gap in the
hedge, at every rift of tho wall, at every
cranny of the house scents of rosemary and
mignonette, and lavender and b- rgamot, and
lily and elderterry. Welcome tlrj delicate
perfume on its cooling, refreshing, healthy
mission. It Li Hygeia's gift a superlative
loon for tho dog dnvs. Chambers Journal.
Koalth or a Cyclist.
Here I might as well add in tho interest of
cj'cling as healthful oxerefao that nothing
seems to affect my cvai health on this jour
ney. It is safe to say that no European
traveler has nover roughed it nearly fo natch
as I liavo in Persia and Afghanistan, not even
Mr. Yambory, of dervish and central t Asia
fame; j-et I haven't even had so much as a
day's indisposition. It must bo chiefly
owing to the healthful exercise of cycling.
I have met threo nowspaixir correspond
ents in Persia, and, although traveling with
servant, canned soups, meats, hiscuite. bed
ding nnd every comfort, they all liad been
attacked with fever, dysentery or something,
whilo I have shivered through chilly nights
on an empty stomach, slept out in drenching
dews and lcn worried kicescaully by crowds
of people, have enjoyed the very lestof
health. There must bo a moral in this some
where, I think ;.porlu".p-; tho makers of tho
bicycla can jvolnt it out. Thos. Stevens in
I'lnco 3Ieii on Their Hotmr.
No man Ls acquitted of his obligation to pay
a debt boeaow the claim agnin".t him i; Out
lawed. After a debt is outrv.vid tho law de
clares, not that the iiebr. is canceled, but that
the creditor tui no longer avail himself "of
the machinery of the law to colljct it Tho
honor and faith of the d-btor are in no wivj
discharged of tlw moral obligation to pay,
which oven increases with the lajw of time.
It has been seriously propo-?d to do awtiy en
tirely with legal methods of collecting debts,
and there is much to lx said in favor of tha
plan. It would at least place men on their
honor. Mere wealth without character would
no longer lx a passport to ej:tensivo credit,
and it would place a practical premium upon
integrity. New York Mark&t Journal.
Grain ISaHeil hy Indian.
The San Carlo.; Indian haro nused this
year about 1,000,000 pouruij of graini for
which the United States government camps
in New Mciio furnish a market ctsomething
more than ruling prices at the present tima.
The agreement is to talre tho barley, the larg
er portion of the yield, at 2J cents operand.
Waiting for the Summon.
Allen G-. Thnmian recently said to a re
porter: ul am simply a ghost waiting on oho
bunks of tho river Styx for tho stimrnoru to
CTO-3K. Chicago Herald.
A Hashful Slaldea.
A Newport elderly maHcn U so bashfully
predse that whm she goes to s. store formal
soda she al ways asks for -.-5arah ria. Ken
tackv Stata Journal.
A 2lK-slrcl KIcjcJc.
Melociple L? thenewniune of a tncical
b:?yc!os fasbionod that the rriercaa kick oat
2e!ciies,walt-s3,&!jd rwLi as ho travel along
ie road. Chicago Times.
cft Ilcr Hl rhotoraph.
George Pcabody tnu a nun c eitrcino
penoriousnesa. But bo tvti a phil-inthropiil.
Ec iiked to giro Kncy to the rorld acd bo
hat:xl to give it to any or who had 'cLdtas"
npon '- Dnriag tba long sickness which
ended ia his death 1JV Pcabody was narsol
bycaa of Lis lanswonscn, a poor creaturo
whose worldly fcrtara was conipriEsi in her
good heart. It waa expxled that rcabouy
vocld provida bcr with a small income Rt
left bcr his photograph, carcf rdly laz up ia
paper. Phihatlij"tihia North jVsjcricaa.
GRAVEL ROOFS AKD PAVEMENTS
Walks, Drives, Cellars and Cis
terns, -iXSO AS AN-
Applicatioh to Iron, Wood and Stone
Fcr FnrUu-r Particulars Apply to
RIZER & HUMPHREY,
OFKICE.-Corncr3larfcet and William Streets.
Cr addrcts Lcck I ax OS. V.' Ichltc. Ktrrcs.
At Lowest Rates and Ready for
S. W. COOPER, ""SSSv.
'Como U t r. llti-ith th-tldld.-en. Tn-el I.
"Will Open a
SliMonday, Sep. 6, 1886.
On Second Stwt. l.-etwccn l-nwrrr.ee end Tor-etn
avenut-s. rosduitcd liy JIIsm Unlsey, n Rraduatc of tlu
ChlcnKo Klr.dotvarten Normal. 1-or tt-rnis ajiply t
Miss Ualsey at school room or Mrs. Wilier at W. C. T.
U. rooms. AW
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS.
Jost north of the Occidental.
CASVTEI & BHCKIXT.
Jlcnufactiirrrs of Galvanized In n Cornice. Tin,
Iron and Slate ilootlnir l,y esix-rlrnced wtrktiien, n.'
palrlrifr, Kt'tterir.icnnil 5jm.uii! iIoihs wltli nfattn.
and dixjiatch I'Kfrt'sSVb'ljZf-t2?"I-tjii:Etih
mid Ca Ici.b turnM. d n il.ort nct.'ce
Will do all kind of carpenter and Joiner irork on
uliort notice. Stairs, Stnlr Halllngo. Sash loon,
I!11ik1h, Door and Window Kromw nd Screens.
fir.V)p. 1M Main street. Itetilcncc on I.iwicnco
avenue near Central. 1'ontorJloj Io.t 217.
The People's Line.
1 lie Grc it Free Palac l!tcl"nin!r Chair far 1'fcDie.
St. Louis, Ft. Scott I licliita,
In conc't'n with Mo. Pac. Ry.
Is now running mornln; tr.d evening tralnii dHy.
Including inndaji", to
Pfilman hhit k.i Csr? est frtnrs; Trp
The Shortest Route to Si Louis.
The Only Short, Direct Route to
TEXAS AND SOUTHERN POINTS
By which tfw; pnowncrr aruVU extra tra!.
d"pot tramfer and Texitfrm delay.
"All Texas Points Local to this System
V. II. XEWXAS.
Oc7iercr7ran Xnrr. M. Un!. Y.O.
n. c. Tov?usESi.
. Oen. 1'.', ad Ticiirt AraL. I.oci Ko.
C. 1. KECTCiK.
DiTliton Pa-w r ail TJcfc:t Aifit. 'A'ichitsi. Eta.
Drs, M. and H. BRANOOM,
and Ear Infirmary
-JTjiLs-' Ttsmtrtlrnt Dtczxsr 13.
X" JtS Zfc: ftSi.i arerjc. '.Virlu, CiitM.
Tt. H. EnaJorn. ttzr ct tU Trti KrVrj. rr
;--cUJ attfuttcu t. t!- trrtiit of VjWf, M-
trtrd'alarjrenamtif cxMf-lt utttenal ec
cjr. I fW It vzr (jntjr to ty in tfc-- Mgrwtt:; th
tie drrad dtote CoT.Ut I tl cr that i taa
cure joo. tr ot uo lur txa. Call lrx Itf T'-
U7Bu lmr.eacnall UH ttid; case rlrtu. So
izxtfT rMOtred cnCJ cancer U renxeJ.
nerman Fuck". Wlrtslix, Kan.. Artbcr J. AlZoTya,
tiomr. tia: KMa Wtltt; VSTZtt. Xao Arfaw
n on uarrjwe, us, wrj &.. -
Plymeil &."Leighton's Stage Line.
ras.ncrrs forHcail Center. Itatnbelt. West I'Uhn,
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da j and nltfit trains cow otop stench of the points
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
E. "X". MUNSELIj, "MT. 3D.,
Proprietor and Surgeon in Charge,
North Main Stireef
PAUL - JONES, - Druggist
222 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kan
For Bargains in
E. H. DEVORE &"C0. 1
H. McKIM DUBOIS
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Complete Abstracts of Title
To any v rr 'ri Sedgwick Count.
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. Wichita. - Kan.
STDrAK .V CRANE.
General : Insurance : tents
FIRE, TORNADO, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
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