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Ailvcrtiscine-ntsln this column will be charged for
at tlia rate of Five Cents per lino per week. No ad
vert !cme:iU taken for less than 23 cents, and "will
not be "m:i r(ed until paid fur.
-TJ"AXTEI To place loans on Ions time on farms
Y or business blocks or on short time or ciinttel
or real estate security; rates low and prompt atten
tion. Ashbel Welch, Eagle bloek. lC8-12t
l ANTED Investors and speculators to know- all
V abnut ths Wichita Gardens. Inquire of Ashbel
Welch. Eagle block. 133-Ht
WANTED Scraper holders and teamsters, thirty
miles south of Camp Supply, Indian Territory;
on Kiowa extentlon of the Soutnerii Kansas railroad.
Ward & Courtney, railroad contractors. eirJMin
i; ANTED SCO railroad laborers on tho Kiowa ex
Y t tension of the Southern Kansas railroad. Apply
to J. II. Hnmpson, railroad contractor. ellST-lm
WANTED Tho WichitaGardciw arc Ijoomir-ir, and
we don't want you to get left, inquire of the
principal real estate dealers or of Ashbel y ecu.
Eagle block, K3 l-'t
TTri!'nt n fiv.lv furnished room, centrally
VV inmti xvitli hitliroomiirefencd. Wate price.
Arldaas 1'. O., tliii
also how far from Dou;ia. ao.
.,..,.-,. i.ri-ht "irl. -J to VI jeans old, evil
Wuag.Todhok-ar'&Et DUuSiu3 avenue.
Wichita, Kansas. ,
-trrr ANTFD-a. situation In a lumberyard or grocery
W iiore- liaVo hail several J ears experience in
both. Goo'd m-crencc-. Address JI. t. il.. box p.
Garden Wains. Kansas '-a
ran accommodate u few inoro
210 North l'ourth avenue. Terms
V I warder at
rrT ANTED uirl to do ofilco work; mui-t be quick
YY with the pen. at Kansas Steam Laundry, a'O
North Main street. ISs-tat
-ctT VNTED 50 tcamster and shovelers for work ou
Y klowi extension of Sou hern ICansas railroatl,
will Fhip Wednesday. lV-r particulars pee J. 15. IIow--rd
at Santa Fc freight depot. J. II. Ilamtson.
-VST ANTED To rent an onicc. Room or part of nn
Y office, on Douglas avc or Main street or near to
It on first or fecoud floor for real estate and ir.sur
nnec State rates, etc Address K. C, this office.
-TTT ANTED Th ladles of Wichita to know that
Y Mrs. A. 51. rordilocs fashionable dressmaking.
at SM South Slain street. 3J7-Cr
-t- VNTED At once n wjcoml-liami Imfrr. phaeton
Y or road cart. Address lock box 713. city. 1137-G
VTTANTnT)-AvoiniiTi.lrI for Illit woik '?.
VV faniiiy. Inquire at Citizens bank. "' " &
it -ti'I)Tii rnt. houo of 4 or
i rooms within
V Ti i.!,-l s .r the TKtetonicv. Will 'pay MX
months lit advance- tfust bavc jcs.icsion uciv. ecu
n..k ...i n..r.i fr November. AtiuresJ o. A. ... l'H-h.
WANTED A y oung gent wants boaai in a pin ate
faml! v. where ho can feci at home; a permanent
place U waiitod. Ad lrc W. R-, tills o.llce. dU,-C
TTTANTED Exrcrlrnced grocesy clerk of good ai
VV dress, to drno wagon and work in Uorc. No
others need apply. 4-M o Douglas 1--'t
TTTAVTED A woman, who wants a home, to
Y uurso a cliild and help with sewing occasion
ally. Firit t-las wages. Enquire at room U n ' w cor
Douglas and Lawrence aves. ljtl
"-ITANTED Indies aud gentlemen to know that
V students at the Soithwcstern business colltgc
nrejnstrncted privately i. their desks, thus, avoiding
ail eaibarrassmeat. P.irnc us cm attend tha uay or
c eniiig bcsslons with equai advantages kz-u
VTTANTED To And ajjofd responslbla jmrty to
VV rent, for ono jc.ir. an eight room house which I
will build Immedlateiv. with modem improvements,
on Shcrwood'M addition. Rent SSpirmouta. KC.
XTTANTED-A n'Kiterecl druggist; ono who speaks
VV German preferred. Address Geo 1. i'-ry.
"ITTANTED- Girl. No washlu-,' and light work.
V V Apply at Stewarts drug store !
TT7"ANTFD Vgl.-I to do general housework for
VV family of three. Enquire at G5-5N Topokaava.
. -rTrr k lm.r Tica rntl tnt e:in PSSCr. .1J-
ply to Woiton, Woilnian & Co., ! Main st. 1S0-6
WANTED Kitchen and l.ureo sirl". Ono girl to
,! i,f.nw.Mir. and ono virl to takeciro of
ui.ll.'nn. Wnces no object. Hw. IL W. Low.'i, cor
ncr Topcka & e and Second.
.. ,-., ..r m t. .l.l. it l-,.n.v Tnrr
Madame Caultas ha opened her dres making
larlora la Robinson a Jllllcr'a block. 2d Uoor. 1-ljot
-rrrtTHn-To tradoanood f.irnt of ICO acres
VV Sedgwick county, for iiroj
Wichita. R. C. V.-Ulia, t) -N Tope
Sedgwick county, for wopeity ininociiy..i
l!Ui.uir. aj .
-VTT VNTED-Sitnatlon as houseke' jf r; housckt-ep
VY ing for widower preferred. AdurcoJU. I.. loi
S Fifth ave
-nTA NT 5.D II v a vonng man. a position in Lumber
VV var.l. llas'had some experience at the business
mul can bK-a
.iK-ak both English and German. oM
"VS r ANTED Situation oy an k;h-iiu.iwii.i
VY lnLumbor janl. Tor further particulars, ad
drels J. W. KliiM-y- 2M N ilaln st. room 3. lStftt
TTTANTLD-A pom fo- ita feod tills winter. Ail
V V dress G. R. K-iglo niro. tU
TrANTED-A situation by a yours man capable
VV of making himself generally u.-etalln any bus-iBwliouwor'oMc-.
Can give best of reference.
AddiCaS H. Laglc o!!!co.
ANTED-An aetive.fxjvrlenei.rt reil estate can
Tatscr. Call at room 2 ov er :2. Douglas av e.
-rxr.WTED-A man as solicitor on grocery v.-a?l,n; ,
VV me lth thorough acquaintance wlih b"?,1'1
and town trd nona other uced nppl.v. J'''-
ivtoi rrasmr woman a cashier in a gro-
.'.-rv !-....--"ono exrcricnctd In single entry
.kecj-ing. Audr'e.s,P.ro.box Kl until taraay.
WVVrEIv-C.'rl to oook and assist with washing
and unln;;. TO' E Third st. lCtr
TNT?W-vo r.itly fun Isl-ed room- sultablo
Y for light hou'-pkeepSn-. within one half block
of XoSiKo. Enquire at ichita Art Oaller Ii.
-X rAVTED-Wo will trade the following ?"'
W fo- farms. Yl-: A tR.'0 stK:k of lumber; A 6ri.Ujl
thonrShbrrdsta'licn and a nice residence in od-i.ionjiiouui'ii"'-
, , , ,..,, -,,,i loan
Sutherland, rtui estate ami loan
Suts, Goddarti, Kan,
v7-ir VNTED Evervbol.Tto know tnat the new up
V iivioniccotthoV.-Vhlta Coal audruelO.
"Gonvctttnlcr No.151 Nortalain
T-rrNTFD-A partucriu liuslnwe ylth f-WOcarh:
W wt be aihterjd ptoniiac st an d . ; r ctly
teinWate. Adiiress J. E. Uogart. Loudr. )
-TTTTANlElV-I-adlcs. local or traveling- A oml
W r"l entirely now piwcialty for ladles onlr;f4
dSllr'VJ.v Vniern0o jdioto; iwrtlc
free'. Mrs. T. S. Little, box 3 Chicago. 111. i l
tXT VNTED -Evervbrnly to know thit ; C. 3L O-g
VV has iusf received a line Hue of fur and pish
trVrobbo-r blankets and all kinds of tore
ScUilag. 113 West Douglas Ave. llmo.
TTTAvrEO-A gool girl for family of thrco; 142 N
V V anpjriaao.n.Ilva:t. lf
rr-ANTED-Tp buy .stwk cattle of all kinds. J. A.
IV-imer. at llorso and Muh' Market. 'tr
1 , x--r "v-Ti loan SSlttX) on bitslness blocks and
'IVUTO i3&y; to - ncxttblrty
NrrvDTo Joan -t ow et rates. $WM "0 on v l:y
nifarnI-r'r. Monr T $
S. W. Co-iper. 137 iiain st.
VV JovUtthe.3. onai . t,rO0lu.,R3OTt of
-.si lt?srr ,i
Uhed rooms by tho day or wceK. j
jj Intjulr t 6'J least VoiuIm. aTontte. ro,J,nLJ
airs or at in nraiuiiuija,iwiii t, ""V.t";-;
Ki-b. J. If. tla jer.
"TtOU RENT Two nice nw furaUhsd rosms for
Ju rent, with or f ithout beard. Corner of Third ana
Mosler avenue. D. T. Dusunr. dlS7-t
of t j
F"R RNT Famished room, at comer of O;
and Market. Inquire thore. I"7-5
TTCU REST Good new house, 5 roomv Se Banker
A? i Cami-teli, corner Doagla-s and Market Yii-i
"OR RENT Two ground rooms, unf urni.cr A. oast
1 fror.:, cia South Topoxa avenue. No. J27. dlS7-C
-ts-mi nri n 1..M nlMlv mm!.I.M -WIN I11.. 1
HY'1"1-V"" "' "Vvf.: V: V -."t; r.Z .
v f w." "v.?.,rw,r;.s'-K":i,s;M
alo one nied'im sixod roo. uitW for gentltmen. j
-XT VTKD ily a tirst clas-s ilressmaker, to work
VY l- thc-da for famlliuj. Cuttlnt; and ritti. g
ror laife and ninulL oood lcfcruncus. Addres, or
call a: Vi .North jLUu street. .-lrC . dl.-ut
T-STANIED A po-Itlon by ajoung man in a hotol
Y or itoie; not particular In reguid to the wages
or kind of woik. Local lelereuces given it ivquuxu.
Iuquiro of l yf.. Ea,;Ie oillce 4U.-b
llkoeniiuQynieni. wini ruin'- .""ii'"ij ", ,- ,
v-r 1 wi-cro 1h can learn tlnir way ofdolm,' burl
mnudsSi'.dalianc-of takl:g cmngeat some
point when omiH-tent. Good reference jftvon. -d
address leek box I2i5. Caldwell. luin. 1-1 C
v-rr XTFM-lfcrrowcrs for money; w e place money
TV iunoloVwt rates r nail kinds oS chattel se-
'. i ,,nl ..ini -iUo on .second mortunecs .n farms.
WlciSSnU CO No. HGM.stI.uglasave. S7,tf
oir.Tsun.surpa.sseu i:-:'Yor IKltlo.ii a.s booi
nr.n-cias-s iu-ii -"'"" iiT.-nesa men who want
at tha Southwestern Uuslaeas. Colloge. iaat
Euqulr at 625 T TkuM et, i-3-i J
FOR RENTA very desirable furnished room, at
No. 201 Kinporla avenue, corner First St. lJS-5t
FOR RENT The Robinson & Miller block. 553 Main
street, will bo ready for occuuancy In a few daj s.
Lawyers, doctors, and every body in want of lignt,
airy, pleasant rooms or offices, will do well to exam-
!. thnce wsimont .nA ThmV fl r A ErrATUl 2D(i CjO&P
Apply to C. H. Parent", with Taylor & Taylor.offlce
roam l in mo oummib.
I?OR RENT-Furnishcd rooms for rent, at 2 South
J Emporia avenue; three blocks south of T"S.nt
TTIOR REST-A five room liouse. to9'f?J
J good cellar and well. Enquire at - S Ivrence
1 n nfattMl
"TTiOR RENT-Ono large nana ""-v ,"-
X front room, and one rnedium 11Keil.r
nicely furnished; cither one 'rs1huShed
gentlemen or for man and wife. Board lumisneu.
Enquire at 2D0 N Eniixwia ave. '
RENT rurnUhed rooms at 135 N Toytka
--inrt TtFVT Ono nice furnlslcei rwra for two
F rth bSrt. l35iun c at m N Topcka av. ,134-Cf
-,-nn itFNT Nicely furnished roann 5 doors north
Jb of Occidental hou.1 at 2S n Kaln. lAiCf
tttioR RENT A room 0x14, second lloor, new and
.1? splendidly papered. UG W'ihlrd bt. 13G-U
TTOR KENT A lare front room part'y fu-nish;d
JJ to one or two gentlemen. oii-N w&
Jp.ORRENT Toonoortwo gentlemen, one of the
' most desirable front rooms in thy city; new houe
private fain ily. Address P. O. box 851. VJS-fil
17OR RENT Two f urnlsliol rooms, east front, one
' on ilrat and one on s-econd floor; new house with
shutters; reference. exchanged. Enquire at 315 River
st, between 2d and 3d. 125-Ctt
THOn RENT A Wellington, Kan. brick storo room,
JL1 cor. Seventh and Washington ae, opposite Phil
lips house. This Is one i.f the pi incipal bu-siuesa cor
ners in Wellington; two-Etory brick, piste glaf-s front
ami a well lighted batement, buitable for any busi
ness. Enquire of W. II. StafTcibaci. Wellington.
Kan., cr N. Stone St. Joseph. Mo. 117-tf
IJOR P.ENT Hoti'C of 6 rooms and barn, No Itf N
Emporia avenue. Enquire of J. E. Johnston,
room 1, Noble blocK. 13j-0t
"17OR RENT Furnished rooms fenentnt reasona
JC ldo rates, suitable for two or four gentlemen with
or without board.
t!a!l at 813 W Douglas ave. west
17V)R REST A nicely furuLshed front room to one
JL' or two (untlomcu. inquir at
TTT'.OR SALE Tlic Kar.len spot of the world, otlier
L: v. Isu known as the V. k-nita Gardens, for lufor
mallon apply to the principal real estate dialers, or
to Ashbel Welch. Eaq;le block. 133-lSt
17WR SALE 2J: or 10 acres lots In tho Wichita Gar
1 dens on WasfilnKtoii avenue, north of the city, by
in principal real estate dealers or Ashbel Welch.
Eagle block. :3M2t
TTsms RAT.r rail at oaro wails tho prices uro low.
JU no better tKirR-ilnscan ,je lia(1 tnan lu t,ie Wichita
ourdens. Aslibci Welch, Eagle bWk. loS-l.t
I710R SALE Kair lnteresUn one of tho oldest and
1 best p-iving business in the city. Good reasons
ror nellim;. " A rare chance If taken at once. For par
liculars call on or aJdre33 D. 2ieuklu3, lock box, 23S
Wichita, Kansas. !' f
"lOR SALE I v. Ill offer the following bargains for
J. lOdavs (my own proper: j)- W teet on North
Jlarket bircet near Douelas av eini; Sf) feet on North
Water etreet near Second i-tn-ct; 10) feet on North
Fifth avnue (Inside all railroads); &l feet on North
I'ifth avenue with:; roomed house; 410 lots scattered
throughout iny fourth addition (eaby terms); 3 acres
Walnut grove on Thirteenth ttreet; S acres Prairie
pasture o:i Fourteenth street. Respectfully. Lovd D.
Ferrell. 1U) Main fctrot. dUf-G
HfTiOR SALE Kennedy house, corner Douglas and
JL? Fourth avenues; iurnllure and flxture.s and all
'that belongi to the house, $.m0. One of the best loca
tions in thecitv, also a lease until tho l&t of May.
Apply at 1 U South Fourth avenuo. dia7-tf
A vprv line nluctnu. almolt new. mado
to order bv Rube, at Iu!vlllc, Ky at 110 west
T7VR SALE 53 foot lot, 7 room houe, batii room,
A? WJ feet of veranda elegantly llnlshsd. barn .'lixll.
cellar 12x12. witliin one and a half blocks or Doug
las avc. north side; renting for $"IJ3 per year. Piice
Sa.5Ui; $!.(.) cash balance In ono and three J earn.
Call at Jl I 31 Main or write to P.O . box 1171. 13S-6tt
170R SALE A good organ at a bargain for cash.
2 Call at once at tho Santa e ticket otllco Alain st.
Do not miss the chance. 1"s Cc
Pino and Emporia.
I' m-lii,. s r.)i). Tw n now 8 room two otory houses.
closets, cellars, walks, fences, gas, on Emporia, be
tween Pir.e and Oak sts. pricu S-'J.TOO each: B.Hj feet
onLuH-rcuwaiD- oa.st front. woU Improved, will
sell 25. :r.'. W o.- S7H feet, price $so per front foot. 7
room house on Topt-r avo. No. U!2, betsveen Elm and
Pino sts. good cellar, closets, water and gas, new
house, fences and wall:i, pi Ice Sl.tflO. A sLx room
house on Topeto ave. between Elm and Pine, No.
Cif. cellar, bath room, closets', water and pas, all new
price iA.'Af). A ilv e room hoii&, cellar, closet'", bath
room, water, gas, fences iid walks. No. GiO. Topeka
ave.bet.voen Elm and Pino sts. piice pl.&O. 18 Iot3
on Ruftln ave. Riverside add, cast fronts, between
Franklin anil Andrews aves. price $3:4) per lot. 4
riiom honse. 4 closets, small bam. No. TiJ east Oa
st. jir'ce S1.7W. 5 room house on N 4th ave, S closets,
cellar, ci.-torn. No. 1 .".7, iriec $l.SU. r room house. 1
closots, cellar, on N Warer st, No. 72s. prlca Q1,S0.
Voi terms and in formation call on A. Smith, corner
Main and Third sw. ISj 12tt
I !OR SALE Lea v, furniture and fixtures of r. me-
II ilium fcized hotel. In u live growing tovyn, with 2
niilroads will be sold at n sacrifice; best of reasons
for i ellmg. Address box S7 Kinsley, Kan. lX-l.t
"l".OR SALE ?0 acres of land v,-Itliln two blocks of
J1 Main s of the county seat of Sutler county.Liu.;
would take one third ia tra la. Address 1. v. hi,
C13, WDorado, Kan. I'o 12tr
Ip.OK SAIJ5 A gentlo family horu and bugA?; part
' cash and Installments. Call at 2W1 n I'ourtli ave.
Tfni? s vr.r.
Sixteen lots on aco. l.o-
A? twceii Eleventh aud Twelfth sts. Taj lor ft Tay
lor. 2.V1 N Main at
TTORSALi: ARargain. Six ln?Ide lots for sale;
X1 pilceSI.VX). Tin se must be sold Immediately.
Allures 1 1 L it. box 4-k. city. :SJ Ott
IrsOR SALE Ram chance. A restaurant and bo inl-
Ing house feeding from CO to 10 regular hoarder?
at'&". isjr wi ek talilo board: tQc transient meals. Sick
ness cause of aelllm;. Enquire 201 Douglas av. irj tt r
iTiOIl rtALK Ifi hoa-cs. to 1k movwlat ouce
Smith, vs ith ilarrl", ilarrLs & Vermillion.
.V lot of houses In good repair, to be
sold and moved at once. 1". s. Smith, witn Har
ris, Harris A. Vermillion. lJSott
TTK)E SAIXScveral cod houses to bo moved at
JL? once. I" S. Smith, over Wells largo express
-7!0R SALE A well Improved farm near the cltv;
V one hundred ami sixty acres; a special bargain
for a few dav s. "Ca'l at Hardy Solomon a real .statu
offlec, :G7 Douglas i.ve.
Ti""ORSALE-One hundred an J llfty feet cor. Third
V St.ud Fourth Ave
a bargain for thlilday.
TTTO'l SAl E Ilia acres Jnst cast of the Wichita Car
' di-ns. sultablofu. plating in acre or 5-acro lotx.
The btt bargain anv place :.dJolning tho city. Spec
ial lu-lcr f'T a f-w davs. Farnum, Simias .t George,
Room 1, Nu. 110 Main St. d 123 Ini
I70R SALE Fine farm rear Jit. Hope, improv ed. 1
1 acres good plow land. 10 acres good hay kiad, 4iJ
acri-? rood pasinre. Will give long time ou part and
'.v ill take in trade horses or cattle. Inquire at probate
Jelly's ofiico. dllot;
TTOIl SALE 7 acroj north-ant of nth st
X Lawrence ave. suitable for Siibdlrldm. A
acres north of Carey Prk. W. D. McCormicI
. Douglas Avc.
T7OR S VLE 1 loM N Water, south of 12th st. east
A front ft jicr lot. 4 lots N Water south of L'tn
st. cat front S110 tcr lor. 5 lots N Mtvley .outh of
llth st. czat front 3r per lot. 2 lots on N Ohio south
cf h'th af east front S-)0 irr lot. I lot N Mala south
of .d st west front S--torj brick business biock, store
room, 13 rooms above with brick oven oan-artnd
of lot. Price 513,500. TeniLs;o?adiviftles. 5 3crcs
lust north cf Carey p-rk. SJ.vaj. Porter, Duttot &
Noblo r.gears o31ce over li! N Main st. !2l-t.
170RSALE One hundred feet front with tv,-o4
1' room honsc-i, on Waco a enne lietwee-i lt and
2d streets. For terms call on .1. E. Humphrey & Sou.
Eagle bkvk. 121-tf
Ml with leas" and furniture 10
roorrw Kt Union bh:k over palace barber shop.
Apply to Mi's, Gandolfo. at Union block. S7tf
"TTVOR SALE-Cld pap-crs at thU oftce at 25 ccnta
TyCR SJ LK A fine brredlnp Jack,
the s.uni of
JJ $I"1 Inquire or write
to Pink Fonts. SStf
! TfOR SALF-S'v'.'X will buy 100x1 10 ft with touse
f t? ou 4h avenue, jast south of William strssit. suita
ble tor wnoie-aie or atm.'mtnrii impiemeu. war
house; a side track -an be put in vtry cheap. E.C
and L. R. Cole. 2a Douglas ave. d6S-tt
1rOR SALE-S) lots In nibanr's aelditiou. -These
lots front on Washington avenne and wet on
Jlosley avenue, tsx i-overed with lne fralr snlinl
tr-s, af d w in iii jid on easy terras. Call on Dunned
.t 3orv3iocy. 5lH.L
TT'ORSALE Mr stok or ETorertcs and qtwensware
jj at Anthony. Kaa.; wi:j n?H for cah cnty: stock
will Invoice for J.'4V I will rent to the jiart'cs buy
ing, tho bululbnr. vkhich Is Ii) feet with g. iceilir
I. B. VorU. AathCiy, la. r,-t
i ITvOi! S.VLE SB tovws loa in Gararn City; speeii;
iiars-a'Rs; also dc-dd land :.dJolnlns the city. OiJ
OH Or nUtllVlK. .- l."Vi iZS.1 VOIU- bQMl. UUC
on or addr?i 1
1-..OR S.VI.E 3 t;s-od three room houses la thi city
I? Of KIOW
Barber ivunty. Alro acre propTtr
tolnlcs city, two gooa taree room i.o-jsvs in A.nea,
llH-oer countv. ? tve-res of choic.. ftrni laid 2 mlls
kription address A. N. Clark, rratt. Kan.
from tnociiy i
irned. For terms ar.d full de-
. vn . -! T rrt hnn.-M.ORI XUexlS W Ul-Jlliiiui-V
UV"T " "7;;,, h.rrwli m tnr
w.xNC-'4,Tr;:7r Vo-, xr-i
f.nncr vnoni 10 uic .?."-.- . ,,..--
T7or.S.LK-A special baraia-21 acres H mil?
J; from Carey's Park In one or 5 acre lots to suit
purchaser. Terms liberal. J. E. Humphrey iz Sou,
Eaie block. :21il
-T7OR "s VLE. Cood reidcrice and bus!r.es rwpcrty
Jbin town c.r Clearwatcnakso a good fsrm near
untT scat of Ccmanche county; wt.Uradefor Wlrft
to city property. Inquire lii N M&rcet street, lutf
T OST-A small velvet clpak, between Main and
X-ffimporla. The finder wUl bo rewarded by 'enj'ns
the eame at this ofnee. al"tGt
T OST-OnthelSth.abrown purse, between Orme
JJand Orcenwav, on Water st. conteinin? aboutJW
Finder can have tho money by returning Purse " '
S. Water. ' J-Kt
I7KUND--A SOW Pln owner can have Fame by call-
lng at IJerman's drug store and provlnj; proijcrty.
FOUND A bull calf, spotty, 3 months ojd, taken
up by E. Edkins. Owner can have same by pay
Ins au charges andT-roTlng same. 53 fcbennan ave
TT'OUND A pocket book and money. Owner can
JL? have tho same by calling at 610 E Douglas ave and
proving property. 133-Gt
JTIOUND The placs to winter horses, brood marcs,
' colts and roadsters. In at the fair grounds. Every
horse will have a nice box stall and experienced men
to give them attention. V'o have driving horses and
ponies, saddle poniei. children's ponies, work horses.
Mules for sale. Fouls Bros., office Kl V. Mainbt.
77011 TRADE A first class hotel near Wichita, hav
.' Ing a good liusiness and now renting for $73 per
mount, u trade for a stock of goods or unencum
bered land. Ashbcl Welch, Eagle block 13M2t
for a lesideneu property. Eckardt it Scott, at
.Santa re bakery. 101 if
"70R TR.VDE Livery stable and tiio entire outilt;
A? gooil l;uslness. good location; evcrj-tliing be
longing to a ilrst-tlass iivei-y stable; situated In the
city of Cleveland, Ohio; will trade for land in west
ern Kansas. For particulars address lock box 133.
Wichita, Kan. 141-tf
STRATED-Ouc sorrel hon-o celt, C months old,
tthito spot in rorehead. The finder will be well
li'vranled by reporting at Aidrich & Drown to K. C.
Bargains I Ilarcains!
7 acres adjoining College Hill, 4 room house and
small barn, $J,7C0.
10 aw cs y. miles north of Douglas r vc, SCC0 per acre.
sj acres on s w cjr of UrstECC east ol FrUco Mights,
8150 per acre.
Above can be platted to advantage Immediately.
Also several cheap farms in the market. Porter,
Dutton & Noble, ofuco over 1:52 N Main st. 113-tf
Bargains in Real Estate.
A fine agricultural and stock farm, three and one
half miles from city, about 125 acres broke, one quar
ter section fenced for pat lire, plenty of water and a
AlsoftX) lots in city finely located and in good
neighborhood. Special terms to thoso wishing to
Also FUburban rropertj-. For further particulars
see Chris. T. Pearce, agent for Wm. CreHfensteln. at
city oillce. d!76-tf
DR. WILLIAM HALL,
of Hal! & Dennett,
Gives rpeclal attentien 1 1 Diseases of women, Elood
and Skin Diseases and ail troubles of tho Urinary
Organs speedily cured lit botli Eexe3. Oillce over
Woodman's Rank, North Main street. Consultation
day or night Fraa. (Read Drs. Hall .t Dennett's card
in this papir.) 121tf
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
MARKETS BY TELEQRAPn.
New York Money Harkcts.
New York. October 2.
Money-On cdl act! vo at 4 to 7 per cent, closina at
5 per cent asked.
Prime Mercliantile Paper 4p.7 ier cent.
Sterling Exchange Dull but steady at 4b0.'-i for
CO da3"s bills uud ISI I or demand.
Government Roads Dull and steady.
State Bonds Dull andstcady.
The stock market until tho last hour presented the
same general features that It ha3 for several days
past, fcur or five stocks monopolizing tho great ma
jority of tho trading and prices slowly sacglng off
ujion a limited business and narrow fluctuations.
Tho totid sales of stocks today was 315,215 share?.
Chicago as Alton
Chicago, Burlington & yuincy
Now York Central
Rock h1 hind
AT a SF !dt7's
New York Grain.
New Yor.i. October 2J.
Wheat Ciored heavy. Ungraded red, 7SSS5J; No.
3 red, B'.;i-3j elevator. S.7-53-K alioat.
Corn Ungraded 4JQ4fl; .No 2 45J. elevator. iV&
"oi'j atloat: .Vo. 2 Ccioocr, nominal, 4 3,'; Novem
ber. ij to lSi.
G.il.sLov;er; fairly rctlve;miied westarn 15331;
r.'hito western, "sVJU.
Butter (julet; western, 1221.
CUetso Finn; western 10i(tfll.
EiKs In demand; western frcoh, ZlStTili.
New York Llro Stock.
Nsw Yoas, October CO.
BevrR Receipts, 400 head; steady; nctlve steers
$3 753 j;'fexaiisand Colvrados, S" 70-1 15.
Sheep Receipts. 13 4.i), market dull; $J0,3S4 2jfor
Jthtep; Ca UO-fa V0 for lambs.
Hotn Receipts, 12."yi; tteady; cpioted 1 COS SO.
Chleauo Idvo Stock.
CjncAOO, Oeiober 24.
Cattle Receipts, 8W0; shipments, ltV.0; market 1ft?
15c lower: shlpjdai; iters, -J 10-3 25, blockers and
feeders $2 aj ,j 5u: cows, bulls and mired. $1 5fKgo IX),
hulk $2 UStjg 43; througn T.-xas cattle steady; cow a.
$J 1(W?J W; steers $2 tXS3 IX). wttcru rangers loc
lower; natives and Texatn. JliftijSfili vvinterel
Texans. J j,:t S3 U5; northern rangers, Hontana. J3 10
GJHJ, Wyoming and 'leians, $2 7U-J'JU; Colorado.
Hogs Receipts. 25.W; fihipments, 5O0: market
steady, 10c lower; rough and mixed, SJ50(.?4 S3,
packing and hldpping, f3 73 Jl 10. ligat, $35S10j;
sklps.S-; 0X$S 3J.
Saecp Receipts. 0,010: shipment. 2,W. market
steady; natives, si tt ft): western. SJ &03J W);
Texas, JJ 2j-3 25, Lambs, &! 75-4 R'.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
CntCAbo. Octobsr 25.
The wheat market rulcil weak and lower. Thcro
was good trading early in tho ecssioa, toe offarin;s
bein;; liberal; there was also a good demand, buying
however, bcinjt chiefly to cover short tales mvdoat
higher prices. Tho offerings exceeded the demand
and tho opening was about Jc lower than the closing
figures of yesterday, and further declined 5aC. Then
followed n very dull market with slight rallies, but
the latest tracing la the af tsraoon was at nearly
Inside prices. Tne weakness was partially owing to
tie loss of the favorable tenor of fcicJ?n advices and
a more free movement of wheat in the northwest.
Tho shipping demand for corn was good, but tho
market rnled'quiet In a speculative way, and prices
remained moderately steady, and closed only a shade
Oats' ruled very slow and closed about Jt'c lower.
Provi.ious wei o lightly traded In, but prices w ere
steadier and closed a shsdo higher.
Flour ruled qnlet and nnchauged.
Cash prices as follows:
AVlip.it No 2 prin; 73.37CH: SO- S spring. CI; No i
Ctm No. !. 3;$.
OftU No. 2, 2&H.
Bariev No. 2. ii.
FI-jc aesd No. 1. S7.
TLnotliy Sectl Prime to sood, 51.C231.C7.
ifess Prirk 55 67J.
Av'hl-'key-Steady, 1 IS.
Leading futures ranged as folloTs:
Wheat Opened. Esar?. cloyed.
October T3Af 7SVJ472:s TKi,
DcccmSier 73?( Tls-T TJi
Novomber 73 7T5t-7S?i Tsy,
January.... ...TSVj 76Vt7ij 76
May M ?2ry'iS2 i!
Ottotr S&i Si r-ih 3i
November JXA I3VSsS5;4 S5
December a&H -.-sv, S
January Zs 57 iS5;i 35?.
21ay ,....iVTi 4lH81lh 5
Octobisr 23' 2ii(a5 25
OTabor .2351 2irf2.?-i 2K
IH-nb:r tJt 249fi, S
May S-i iKfa, cyja
Octoln?r Xii SS jpt75 P5
No ember S4h 7lS77H 5
December SS) SO ci0 SM
Jasuar? 975 &S5eK2? V77J4
October 570 575 C70 iTZ
November STB 575 5W S-i
December...- 577J4 igty&g&Ttl-i J
January 557 5S S3
Flour. ;5.0 I-sliu
Wbrat J'A SRO
dim. n.a 155.WO
Oats lS54.i 5rfO
IT! S..U E.Ot
Barley 3,ti.O 70.O.O
ICiasxB City Grsln. nd produce.
3Cojls Crrr. October 2Ss
Wh-at ItccelptJ 24.COO; ihlpaiecta T.KC: In tcrc
453.tO, tnarkrt lower.
Silts rnijeiJ: No. 2 red ch. SV'i bid; No-'eraber
a bid; Drceiaber. C?i; Kay. 71.4' bki .
No. 3 red, 53 bid. ptcli!: oit, 1 bid. Others nn
Cora Kroerpts, JXQ; alpnttai. zwr, in iters
01&XX. Lower; Sales rxa;pd:
2St:Nov.2Sb!d: Ic. 3 bid.
Oat May. rTv; IM.2H4 ked.
Re No. 2 cash aj bid. sptsUL
fss. butter mad hay wncSunged.
Flour Steady: tpiotlins In car lots: xx,75e:xrx.
83S35C; family, $1 U5 15; choice, $1 351 45: fancy,
81 551 65; patent, il 0G2 IS: rye flour. 91 451 7U.
Oats No. 2 cash. 24 bid; cash and October, 24 bid;
Rye November, 29 bid.
Corn Meal Green. SO; dried. 85.
Com Chop Bulk, 70; sacked. Ti.
Bran Bulk, 47; sacked. 52.
Hay Higher; email baled, JS.50; lrg, $3..
Hax seed Quoted at 85.
Batter Steady; creamery fancy, 53; good, 29; dairy,
15: store packed, 12; common. 8.
Egg3 Firmer at 35c
Cbecse Full cream. 13; flat, 7SS; Young America,
1SH; Kansas, 6g7.
l'oultry Steady; old hens, ti 25;old mixed. 81 75;
sprlng chickens, large, $2 10, small. $1 x&i 73; tur
aUow No. 1, SSC?f; No. 2. 3.
Hides Dry flint. No. 1, 12; No. 2; 10; bull and stags.
S; dry salt. No, 1, It), No. 2, fe; green salt. No. 1. S. No.
2, 7; green uncured. No. L7, No. 2, C;calf, 7S9; sheep
pelts, dry. 10312.
Wool Missouri, unwashed heavy fine. IGOlS; light.
13(322; medium combing; 2224; coarse. 3)321; low and
carpet, 15&17: Kansas and Nebraska heavy fine, 13S1S;
light, 19321; medium, 20S23:tnb washed choice, V.&3J;
fine. 3KJ33; dlnzj-ind low, 27S23.
Broom corn Short, 4Jjf; green hurl, C: self working,
H4?X: long coarse, 2&s& crooked. 1&S2J&
Provisions Sugar cured hams, lC;lreakfast bacon,
3; dried beef, 10; dry salt clear rib sides, $6 0;
lonx clear. S 50: shoulders. $6 ft); short clear. SS b5:
smoked clear rib sides, S7 10; long clear, S70k short
clear, $7 23; mess pork, $3 50; shoulders. g 25;
Iird Choice tierce. $6.C0.
Dried Apples. l⪼ reaches, 2e3Je.
Kansas City Javo Stock.
Kansas Citv, October 16.
Cattle Receipts, 4,071; shipments. 2X2; rangJ
steady, otliers weak; good to choice 4 Iw.-
4 65; common to medium 53a3t: eteickcrs,
5 J 23S2 73; feeders, 2 SXS3 W: coivs, 1 StteJ CO;
grass range steers, 2 SaC3 "A).
Hogs Receipts, 4.KS; shipments none; orcned
weak, 5 and 10 lower: good to choice, t3 b524 10; com
mon to medium. $.$ 4W-W SO.
Sheep Receipts. PW;shipments,!Ort: steady; gooil
to clioice, 2 5-iJ wk common to medium, 31 i)i;2-2j.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Loch, Ot 'obcr 23.
Cattie Receipts, 23; shipments, 1C0). market
strong; choice natives steers, 4 HJifl 00: butchers
steers, commonto choice. -5 WR4 13; feeding steers,
fair to good, $i IQ to 3 10; Texans and Indian,
common to choice, S2 UV3 7u; fair to medium shij -tiers,
S3 73 to 5120, btocke-rs, f air to choice, $2 Ub
Hogs Receipts. 300; shipments, 00; market opened
quiet: clioice heavy and Lutchers selections,
$1 04 15; packers fair to best, 3 S534 05; yorlors,
fuir to clioice SiaifeiCO; pigs, common to good.
So 003$3 SJ.
Sheej) Receipt?, 30; shipments, 100; active ut
firmer figures, common to extra. $2 10O4 50.
St. Louis Grain and Produce.
ST. Lows. October 20.
Hour Steady -and unchanged; xxx 82 2332 43
family, $2 55G2 70; choice, $S 05S'l 15: fancy, $3 to
(3 5.); extra fancy, SJ 53C3 So; patent, 81 00.2 1 53.
Wheat Lower; No. 2 red. cash, 745sSi5; Nov
ember 750.70; closing 7TH'75?i;: December, 7CJiS.7iK.
clrilii;77f; May, hjjij Jbt.. closing S55 bid.
Corn Dull; closing loner. No. 2 mixed, cash.
SSVSyf. Nov. irgisu; closiug Us; Dec. Zi-sii,
closinir Siij": Mar. SS'xJm-S-W
Oats No.2.cah,2?i: November 2GH: Dec. 27; May,
lye Easr at 4sj.
Barley OuiPt; iHjAO
Lead Weak; reflneel, rhcmlcnlly hard, $3 7J.
Butter E.isy; creaniery, 24tJ25; dalrj', U-gi).
Eggs Strong; 14J13c
Whbkey hun;i U.
1'ro visions Genei ally-firm.
j-otk ier; ej vj.
Receipts Flour. .r00. wheat, 15.000; eorn, 3CC0
oats, S),UU0; rj'e. 3J,WJ; barley. V2.0M.
Shipments Flour. 5.000; wheat, 10,000; corn, 4C.00O;
oats, iUi'irje, Ctvo; barley, U.IO.
Bonds for the Rock Island.
Special Dispatch to tho Daily Eagle.
Caldwell, Kan., Oct. 26. Caldwell
sends greeting with nine hundred and forty
five majority for the Rock Island. Every
body rejoicing. Music, speeches and bon
fires in progress. C. L.
Vivo PAmerique, ct Vivo la Llberto.
Xew York. Oct. 26. The Academy of
Music was gaily decorated tonight in honor
of the Frencli delegates to the convention
of the statute of Liberty, who were ten
dered a reception by the Circle Fraucaise
del Harmine. A distinguished audience
was present, including a very large repre
sentation from tho French colony. Lufou,
president of the circle, presided, and an ad
dress of welcome was made in French by
Frederick Conder. Senator Evarts spoke
on behalf of the American committee, ex
tending a heart' welcome to tho city and
to the nation and all public manifestations
and the homes of our people.
M. Shuller, member of the Fronch par
liament, then spoke. He said it would be
impossible to receive French people with
more feeling than had lieen done this even
ing. For a vv hole century the two nations
have gone hand in hand, and although
America ha3 advanced the farther in lib
erty, France is not envious of her happi
nesi. You have put in practice what cvur
philosophers have described you; have aid
ed us by your example and we ara amply
repaid for any services vo may have ren
dered in your revolution.
M. Deljesseps then embraced 31. Shuller
in conclusion of his speech and kissed him
on both cheeks, lie said he was profound
ly touched with the sentiments of this great
nation and lie would sny "Vive la Ameri
que et la Liberie."
M. Bartholdi was also called for and ex
pressed his thankii for the reception. M.
Deschamp.', a Paris aldermaD, then spoke,
pronouncing the assemblage eminently
Parisian. An extended musical program
was then rendered in which Mme. Fursch
Mndi. and otlier eminent artists took part.
Chicago, Oct. 20. A coroner's Jury to
day completed the inquest upon the corp-c
of Terrence Bagley, who was shot dead
win u a detachment of Pinkerton's special
police, returning from the stock yards after
the recent strike ended, fired their "Win
chesters from the train windows in a crowd
at Halstead street. The verdict declared
that Bagley's death came from a rille in
the hands of an unknown Pinkerton po
liceman, who was aided and encouraged by
Guy Steven3, R. E. Sajles, Geo.J.Bertram
and Merritt E. Shaw, all of whom arc
Pinkerton officers, now under arrest, and
by others whose names caunct be learned.
It was recommeudcl that the officers nam
ed Le committed to the county jail and held
to the grand jury without bail. The ver
dict ccucludt-i :is follows: "We, the jury,
believing that the Pinkerton detectire
agency has been derelict in keeping and
withholding the names of the 126 men on
the train whercfrorn the shooting took
The Bitf Pour.
Indianapolis, Tnd.. Oct. 23. The cn
midl meeting of the Cincinnati, Indianapo
lis, St. Louis anil Chicago railrohd, known
as tho Big Four, was heid Lere today. The
follewing were unanimously elected direct
ors, the entire number of voting shares be
ing cat for them: JL E. Ingclls. Geo.
Ukdlv, Samuel J. Broad well, B. F. Evans,
Georsro Welshire, Lsz. Anderson. Oriand
Smith, Thos. A. .Morris, Allen M. Fletcher,
Ii. R. Cable, E. L JciTery, Geo. Bliss and
C. P. Huntington.
The statement of earnings for the -year
ending Sune 30 has lccn" published. It
was ordered tlml the rate of dividend be in
cre.iScd from time ti time as the revcauis
may justify. An Lvtue of SS.GCKJ.OOO of
stock was orden-J. It is not the intention
to place this amount, but under the law in
corporating the road, its stock mint equal
tlietouded debt. The directors meet to
morrow to elect officers.
A. Demeuteti Uesperado.
Ya" Uuke:?, Ark., Oct. 2G. A terrible
fight with a crazy negro occurred on a
train ht're yesterday. When the north
bound train reached town the conductor in
formed the city marshal that there was an
im-ane negro vn board. The mar?luil en
teral the cc-ach, and as hz did 50 the negro
sprang at him, stabbing him in the shoul
der. The officer struck, the negro twice,
but was himself knocked down, and the
cr&ry man began catting among tho pas
sengers, wounding many. An eld man
blew oat his brms. A number of pacn-:
re-rs were rioaslT hurt.
TorESA. Kan., Oct. 26. The American
"Womens Suffrage association met atMusic
hall this afternoon. Addresses of welcome
hy Annie C. Waite, president of the Kan
sas association; response by tho president
of the American association, lion. v D.
Fowlks. Speeches bj' Lucy Stone, Henry
B. Blactvvell, Uev. liunting and Louis A.
Banks of "Washington Territorr. Sonsr by
Prof. Jas. G. Clark.
Evening session Representatives hali
was densclr crowded. Addresses by Ma j:
J. K. Iludson, Mrs. Julia "Ward Howe,
Hon. A. M. D. Pof.ike, Lucv Stone and
S. S. Hunting. The m battle liymn. of the
republic was sung.
Extension of Tinio Granted.
St3 Louis, Oct. 26. On account of the
great length of testimony in the llaswell
and Chinese high binders cases. Judge Van
Wagner, before whom the cases were tried,
has found it necessary to grant further
time for the defense to prepare transcripts
in the cases, and extended the time until
New Year's day. Short-hand reporters
and type writers have been engaged for
several montlis transcribing the testimony
in these cases, but their work is still far
from complete, and the cases cannot be
taken to the state supreme court without
Difference of Interpretation.
Kansas Citt, Oct. 28. United States
District Attorney Benton declines to talk
about his suspension from office, except to
say that iio spoke in the campaign at the
request of Senators Test and Uockrell and
the state central committee. 3Ir. Benton is
a nephew of Thos. II. Bcntoa, the Mis
Senator Cockrell was interviewed at La
throp, Mo., bv the Times correspondent
tonight. "I (fo not consider the fact that
Benton mvle a political speech sufficient
caii'scfi rsn. pension tinder any fair inter
pretation of the president's order."
Miss Rose Cleveland.
Chicago, Oct. 2G. Mr. A. P. Elder, of
the Literary Life, said today that he was in
receipt of a letter from lief physician in
2ew Yoik certifying th:tt Miss Cleveland's
health is entirelybrokcn down, and that he
forbids her devoting her energies to the ex
cessive labor of editorial work. Unless
thcie i?Oon a change in Miss Cleveland's
health slip will spend the winter in the
south of France (ft in Florida.
Inrw York. Oct. 2G. The following
cougret-iuu-il nominations are reorled:
lew Yore Thirtieth district, Knights
of Lalo', Harvey Wick; Twenty-thhd
district. Democrat. Gen. Win. F. Rogers;
Xinth district. Republican, August IK
Wagner, to lill the unexpired term of Jas.
Pulitzer; Tenth district, Republicon, E. L.
Fauclier; Seventeenth district, Democrat,
T. A. Merriani.
Amsterdam. Is. Y., Oct. 20. Messrs.
Bailey et McGuirc, of the executive board
K. of L. arrived here yesterday to assist in
settling the trouble in "the knit" goods mills
which has resulted in a general lock out.
Today they sent a note to the manufactur
ers askinga conference The latter sent an
answer enclosing a resolution declining to
treat with anyone on the subject who i; not
A Ruler For His Home.
Chicago, Oct. 2C A dispatch frpm
San Francisco printed this morning averts
that Michael Davitt is soon to lw married
to Miss Yore, who resides in Oakland. She
is an orphan twenty years old, highly ac
complished, and has $00,000 in her own
Under the Wheels .
Kixsley, Kan., Oct. 2G. A tramp was
instantly killed here thi-j afternoon in try
ing to board the truck of a pasenger train
in motion. A nassport jn his pocket
proved him to Ivj a native of Prussia, nine
teen years ago, name John Asnms. The
bod v" was badly mangled.
Owex Soun, Ont., Oct. 2i. Samuel
J. McCall, accountant for tbe Grange
Trust and Insurance company, lias ab
sconded to the United States with several
thousand dollars of the company's money.
More, or Jletter Water?
Kmporia, Kan.. Oct. 2o. This city vot
ed today $1(50,000 to ehange the location of
its water works.
Citv or Mkxico, via Galveston, Oct 20.
Hon. Thos. C. Manning, the new United
States minister, was formally presented to
President Diaz this morning and an ex
change of friendly sentiments occurred.
The Lto st s Cannon.
There h a peculiar idea in tho community
that a im will la-,t for an indcilnito period,
and ko doubt the statement that the bi gun
at Sandy Poo'.c has a great record becauso it
was fired 1.J7 times will ttriko jroplo cs extra
ordinary. Yet again, li.';o un-other man's
handiwork, it can only do a certain amount
of work, and when tho enormous fchucks and
pressure v.-LL-h a gun is compelled to -'jmd is
considered, tho amount of worii it really docs
is surprising. During the civil war tho limit
of work of a fifteen-inch gun was considered
reached when 1,000 rounds hod been fired,
and this, too. when the chargo was only fifty
pounds of powder and a -J30-ponnd projectile.
In Europe tho Krupp guns are bursting and
becoming uIesj all the time, and the prind
plo of tho construction of tho gun, or tho ma
terial of tho gun, is not necessarily con
demned. Recently on English steel gun as
large vs tho an at Sandy Hook, on tho
ctcame-r Collingwocd, burst after firing three
round3, and the government lias prohibited
tho firing of the vessel's other guns unless ac
tually attacked bv art enemy. Commercial
rccdi:i$r Sti;ar to Stock.
Mr. W. If. William, who is authority on
food matter?, jays that at present prices of
unrefined sugar it can be fed to stock with
advantage. It ha3 been tried in Franca tn 1
Germany vrith excellent and profitable re
salts, five o." six pounds per day beia a fair
allowance for a steer.
Our cntcrprl&iug icarketisea may yet offer
us a new variety cf t-sugar-cured hamr," to
gether with cagir-fed sirloin?," "candy ten
derloins'' and ucarair.l cutlets. Perhaps
even -vro shall, by and by, swee'en our tea
with olecmargarine instead of raolaasjs. Zcrr
York Harkd Joamil.
Sothlns Can Ke 3roro TooUslu
Every now and then we hear of a bnat- j
ncs3 man bagmmng tne L'ixjr oe iiia iwj
atTo'ck-ckin " morning and espectlng
hbclerka and employes aLo to rise with
thclark-nomittcrif tbey have gone to
bed with that gay bird but a few hours
previously. It is considered an energetic,
i. !-.. Z o vM!i-otT-vrMiv nrr"fflir!tr to
tack on to tha first of tns day, what, ij I
every law of hygiene, saoalu M ccncenocra
in tho latter ncrtioa Of our working hours.
In reality nothing can be more foolish.
Men who do not find tha twelve hours
allotted to digging and dtlving
saflcient to cover tha oand had
better leave it uncovered, or If
they see fit to alter the programme by
cramming the business of a day into tluit
time devoted to cock crowing, dc-s't flatter
them by admiring their misdirected force.
There la dissipation In work aa well t& In
other tastes ant! ths results are as disas
trous, though perhaps mora virtuous,
than eome others wot ot Bcwton Herald.
Of course from tho
-One Priee Clothing House,
"Which always keeps the Best and tho Finest, the Largest ana tho
Cheapest; who only advertise what we can do. and who
only do as we advertise. "We have jast received
a large line of Clothing which wo are
selling at the following big
Merchant Tailor Our l Jlcrohaut Taller Our
Price-. ITIcp. j 1'iiev. 1'rlco.
S25.00 $10.00 $22.00 . $10.00
35.00 15.00 28.00 15.00
50.00 22.50! 45,00 22.00
Headquarters .for Underwear.
15c, 25c, 50c, 75c and l.OO,
Worth-40c, 60c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
' Call and get our Prices before buying.
One Priee Clothiers,
No. 228, Corner Douglas and Lawrence avenues,
I. GROSS, Prop.
VIELB & SHEPARD,
City and Farm Loans and Insurance.
Money always on Hand for Good Loans,
FIRE, SLATE GLASS, AND STEAM BOILER INSURANCE.
2-18 and 250 ITorth Main Street, - - Wichita. Kansas.
Ask Your Agent
FOB LOTS 111
In3ldc Property at
Sheriffs Election Prcclamaticn.
.STATE OX KANSAS. t.
County of be-iifo'lcK, -
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county. uu l Kansas, ilo frvflty jTortaJm ul
tnie ot KrJwa. that on tl-n
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lection lold in eoehof ttMrouc prlneJ ttittms;
out rnid ceiUbty A hrrtxvlelt. fur Uih Mrnv f
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One co:!at' Jcitlce tupf-m oart.
On- lkattari' porchwr.
Oc f-n otary r it!.
t tiis nuelllor of tate.
in iiuprlau-Jieleoi tiubllc initructfortr
One confr!ni&o. Tlh distriol.
One rfpr-f pnlatlve 1M iJl'Ulet.
On rcpricatatlo 8il :irrtet.
i)bc county at J'm y.
"ns ?rifete Jo4y.
One cleri dltrtr: court,
one K.riotrB'Jr of rafeitc imizaMttm.
Cme county frejor.
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On- tuwnhl? tnt.
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Two iohitt of tin? tiC-
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-lty cf T?Seto. $c!rrt.?2f. ttal of Kaew,
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Partial Price List For Spring of 1887
HOME NURSERIES !
J. Benson and B.'0 Ptop'ts.
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IIKXRY V. WUHURT'.
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Drs. Hall & Bennett
OVEIt V.'OODMa:1 HAWK. IK X MAi KT,
DR. HA LI.
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222 Ooygias Avenue, Wichita, Kan