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FINANCE AND COMERCE.
Furnished toy Ditmars. Yoris & Vandlvcr, Live
Btbct and Commission Merchants.
Wichita Union" Stock Yards, Jan oO.
Tho following chargos and rules govern the-e
rnrdK Ydajfe on hoss. fee per head; on cattle, 20c
rndlLeepfsc. Hay.Upercwu coin 75c per bu
Commissions- per car on Iioks; cattle, jOD per
head; 10c a head on wagon hoes and S per caron
sheep. Inspectors dock, precnant son s 10 and stacs
There was verr little done In the cattle depart
ment today on account o llsht receipts; eastern
markets are quite s'.eady.
Choice cows and heifers. "jSa
g;1 :::::::: i rd w
tt:::::::-:::::::::::::::::::::::::: " w
-Vcrv few hojrs were on fcalc todar: prices were
quoted steady tu5c higher than yesterday.
Choice lictat. S W
choice ii.ajt. ::::: 43 ss
naps ::.'.".'."..'.."".".""" 3 s0,tf4
"Wichita Gram Slarkct.
Furnished byJ.W.Hawn& Co.. cram and com
mission merchants, .
WHEAT-No. 2 g of t. POSSlc; Xo. 2 hard. S0a
COIiN-No.2whlte.2125c; No 2 m Ised .
OATS-Xo.2'nhite(22j2-4S.c, -No. 2 mixed .Ate-lc
Furnished byrf)bcrne, Hosick & Co.
TimK Green i2 fj()C3 50. green salt ?1 m"SS w;
I " w-tod Jftagrf en pelts ft.5a dry peite txsUfc.
TALLOW No. 1 pnme4c; o.ioiifi.
MABKETS BY TELE3EAFH.
New YOKE, Jan CO.
Money on call easy at 132 percent; last loan 2;
flosed offered at 2.
Prime niprumtlle paper. ISO.
sterline exchange dull but steady at IISCH for
today bills and H saJisfor demand.
Stocks extremely dull. ,-, ,i,,.
The total sale of siocks today were 1j2,4o. shares.
Is, coupon. 'V,
I'-is, coupon. i'
Puclnctrtof. 15 ff
Missouri 6s. M
LiilcsgoA. Alton.. -; - iXii,
I hlcago, Uurllngton fc Qulncy 1WS
Missouri Pacific - ,:i
Now York Central Jfi,
Inion Pacillc Vfi
Western Union. "-"a
Chicago Grain and Produce.
CniCAGO, Jan. 30. A good speculative
business was tiansacted in wheat and the
leelmg was unsettled and somewhat nerv
ous. Trading was largely on home ac
count and the influence governing the
market principally. Local prices were
advanced ljfc and closed lc higher than
yesterday. There was fair selling early in
the day but later buyhie became quite
general and credited to some large floor
craders. The offerings were readily ab
sorbed and at times there was but little
wheat on sale. There were some export
orders on the market at New York about
l2c below the present market, and it
was estimated that six ship loads had been
taken at Baltimore.
Better feeling was developed in corn and
the volume of business was larger than
for several days. Trading was largely in
the nearer deliveries and these future
exhibited the most strength, the premium
of May being roduced about c. Opening
bales were at about yesterday's closing
prices, the market being inactive for a
time, then advanced Kc, reacted a
trifle and closed c higher than yester
day. There was quite free offerings of
May at 37c and all orders to sell at that
ngure were unexecuted, so liberal were
Oats were firmer with moderate trading
nnd an advance of about c
Mess pork trading was fairly active.
The market opened firmer andTc higher,
receded (Joc. but quickly turned up
ward and an advance of 2022fc was re
corded. The appreciation brought out
liberal realizing by parties who bought on
a recent break and a recession of 7
$10c followed. Continuing fair buying
Mused a rally and the market clo&ed
I-tfird was in moderate demand and
stronger. Prices advanced 1215c and
closed steady atneaily outside figures.,
Th eleadinc futures ranijed:
Jul .. ".
June . .
Cash quotations iv ero as follows
FI. OUR Quiet, price unclnns'd.
"WHEAT No. 2 hurliiK WiiG'.'lkC No,3eprlns
Ea!lUr. Na 2 i-wl. 0ifi.914.
OATS No. 2. 25c
ltYENo 2. 47c.
TIMOTHY hCED-Prlme, ?1 S1.50
IiAKD-S7 02Ma7 05.
57Fl"V T ir 5&P
M'V-v ms r
AKTiCLts. Kecclpts. Shipments.
heat. 22.C00 17.000
Corn 2.W 67,000
latt, 1W.'.HW I 5S.0U)
BrTTEIt Quiet. 4teadj- fancy creamery 252Cc;
choice to line -Uc;llno dalrj, lwilS good to choice
New Yort Produce.
New Yoiur. Jan. 30.
WnF.AT Dull, No. 2rHl.94MS95V4c.
C'H-rrltle Finnei No 2. 4.viCt4.-.c
HATS V irmtr. mlxod. 2-!!i."i1c; wlilie 31(S35Hc
COFKEK Options steady; to 15 points d n; clo-.-chI
firm. &H15 points aboe itoletday. tales 34,rw
bap, bpot quiet steady, lic.
tliO"- Quiet c tier. 1514150.
HI 1TEK Firm for c'unce Kk-il.'c.
CUEtSE Birm and quiet at lUhaiUsc.
Kaii'ias Cltj Produce.
Ka sas Crrr. Jan. 30.
"UTIEAT Quiet: No. 2 red SOc asked. No, I soft,
90'c bid, w- a-ked.
OltN -Qu.et May 2?c bid. 2Sie asked.
OAT lla 2oS- bid. S c attcd.
I LOl K-Quiet, XX SI lift XXX M ia family $150:
choUe SllCr, funcj, J1VO; Citra fancy 52 102 20
jutem J2 li jft
( OltN ME.VL ewmvu.
MI1P STl FF-j(Xrf2c
hay wcik: jaroesa).
FLAX M.EU-S1 iC
HI ITEli Ketilpts lane and market vcrv wcafc
creamery 212jc dairj 1S rollsaiJc; ore packed
l.liOS Wrj weak, lie,
U b POULTKV -Steady: hens J2fXX32J0; roost
ers $1 I& turke c per tound
5.1 OAR CCItED liAl-0Hc
BliEAKFAST BACON 104c
iKll D BEEF H-.
HKV ALT 31EA r-Shonlders J500: Ions clear
ana tiearribStitW: short clesirH 23
SMOKED thoulocrs 5 .5, loujr clear and clear
rib jfi bTK. short clear J7 12a.
St. Louis Produce.
fcT, Lons. Jan. 3X
FLOTTR Qniet and unchanged.
" HfcAT was tr unolUel tsirlj- under forelsn
adicesbnt bcjime stronser later ad clo-ed jus
liccaooe-y r-terday Na 2 red cash S.c May 93r,$.
Sljftc, closinc 343.4c asked, June 91 4c, closlniSlV",
bld:Jul W-Sc. oicst b3HaSS.c
COKN Falrlj-active No. 2 railed cash S0gs,C;
ilarch.rc: May o2isiK,e closed 25jc asked.
OATi-Wek No, ,'ca.,h 3c bid; ila 25HC
KYE Lower and dull, 4'x47c
BARLEY No demm.d Notnlncdone.
HAT Dull, unchaued;prjlrle &Ukr,C0: timothy
FLAX SEED Nominal, $lf.
LF-AD No demand, sclera. 3 55.
Bt TTER Bulk creamery 2l3c: dairy 20c
K&GS steady; 10hi(,llcforj;oodfctook.
LARD Prime steam, saleable at JO 73 bid.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas Crrr. Jan. 30.
The Livestock Indicator report:
CATTLE Receipts 3,500: shipment T.S00. Mar
'kctslow. Cows 510c lowen stockers and feeders,
steady: good to cho-ce corn fed t3 9034 25; common
30 medium SSUiaZtb; stockers and feeders SI 6)3
J2a;cows J125S270. ,,
HOGS Receipt. 6,000; shipments, 430. Market
Opened strong and closed weak: bulk of trading
shade to 5c Higher; Good to choice J 1 55 CO; com
mon to medium J4 U04U 50. , ,
SHEEP Receipts 2,.10; shipments Market
Actie and ashade lower. Gooa to choice muttons
H (J0S1 Sa; common to medium $2 50(53 US,
Chicago I4vc Stock.
Chicago, Jan. SO.
The Drovers' Journal reports:
CATTLE Receipts 12,000; shipments 4.500. Mar
ket w eak and 10c lower; choice to extra beeves.
tl 15,4 SS; steers f3 004 Ok stockers and
feeders J2 10ffi3 35. cows, bulla J.na mixed II 4OS310;
Texas cattle 2 433i 2. ,
HOGS Receipts 2).(X0; shipments 5j(X): Market
Arm and higher, mixed 4 .55 OJ; heavy i So&5 05;
light 4 S5iS.) 15; pl.s. S00fe51o.
SHEEP-lteceipta 10.OXh shipments 3, WO. Market
strong. Natives 3 005 20- western corn fed H 50
o CO; Texans 53 i0Sl & lambs $4 Wi3 10.
St. Louis Lle Stock.
St. Louis, Jan. 30.
CATTLE Receipts I;300; shipments 400. Market
tead. Cholc heavy tiatU e steers 3 7J1 20, fair to
good .i O0.u3 fcO: butchers' steers medium to choice
- Xk?3 10; stockers and feeders fair to good 1
2 76. rangers corn fed 13 U03 50; grass fed $1 70
HOGS Receipts 3.C00: shipments 1,400 Market
steady. Choice heavy and butchers' selections $4 7u
4 80; packing, medium to prime H C54 75; light
grades ordi' ary to best, $1 '5 .J
SHIiEP Kneeipts m shipments 400 Market
strong. Fair to choice S3 OOCso 00.
RAILROAD TIM! TABLES.
NEW TIME TABLE CHICAGO. KANSAS &
Rock Island Route.
GOINGNORTH AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Spnncs,
Demer and Pacific Coast
No 2 Kansas City, M Louis
and ChlcRgo Through
No. 4 Kansas Ctt.ht Louis
nnd cnlcago mgnc ex.
No bi Accommod.'.tlon,
dally extept Sunday
No. 3 Kansas City, St I.onis
and Chicago et. dally..
No 1 Ivan-as City, 6t Louis
and Cnlcatro througn
mall and ex. dally
No. 01 Accommodation,
dally except Sunday
11 02 AM
2.7) P II
.1 V0 P If
Eleeantfreeroclinlnfjchalrcarsonall trains and
Pullman sleepers on nlcht trains. Tickets sold and
basd.iwe checked throu'h to all points nor h. south,
cast and wast. City ticket office 200 East Douglas
nvenue, pas-enpsr station corner Douglas and
Mead avenues. V. A. Kutulki okd.
ST. LOUIS S. SAN FRANCISCO R, K.
Going West, pass.
Going West, pass. run
Going East, passenger.
r,V p M
It'OI A M
Going East, passenger.
Citv Union Ticket omce, 122 North Main street.
and Union Depot, Oak street.
Kansas midland railway.
Going North, pass, (dally)..
Going north, freight (tri
weekly Going south, freight (trl-
City Union Ticket offlco 122 North Main street;
Union depot. Oak street, and Wabash avenue depot
WICHITA it WESTERN R. R.
Going West, pass dally
G Ing West, rrelght.
Going East, paj
Going East, fieight
7 35 A M
7.13 P M
12 20 P M
Union Ticket offlco 122 North Main street, and at
Union Depot. Oak street. W. D. MuitnocK,
D. II. Rhom S, Freight . Pass. agt 122 N Main.
Supt, coi 4cli and Douglas.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE R. R.
OHTIt AN I UAS.T.
Texas exptess 422 a M 422a M
East.-rn expios 110AM &I0AM
Coloiudoaud California ex-
prc.H 4E0PM 455P3t
Chicago epres 120 pm b2apw
otrTlt ami Whsi.
1 CAas express 800pm Jft'PM
I'anhandle expiess 711 AM 1oam
Express. 1 HqOam 11 At a m
City Union Ticket ollice. 122 North Main street,
and "Union Depot, near Oak street.
MISSOURI PACIFIC It. R.
Fort Scott, Kansas City, bt
Loulsund eastern ex
Fort Scott. Kansas City, ht
Louis and eastern ex
Conw.iA Lpring. Anthony
and Kiowa ex..... '
Conwaj bpuugs, Anthony
Hutchinson, fcteiling and
OHneseu ex. .
705 a i
10 SO AM
S 05 PM
11 55 a
6 10 P M
Hutch., Kanopolis, Pueblo
All trains run dally
Depot Second and Wichita street; ticket offlco iil
North Main street. E. E. Bljcklly,
Passenger and "ticket Agent.
F A. K0UKBADGH,
Attorney at Law. Attorney for Western Collection
Bureau Rooms 1, i and . No lo7 North Maiket
net, Wichita, Kans.is. d'-'o
EEDM0ND & JTJIIXINS,
Attorneys at law. Oiliceoer 111 North Main St.,
Whhita, Kansas. d93-
HAEEIS, HAERIS & "VEEMILIOli,
Attornejs-al-Law lllb. Main street second noor.
W. B. PAYNE,
1'. K. BLAKE.
PAYNE & ELAKE,
Attorney". Ofhce, Room os. Fietcher Block.
W li hlta, Kansas. ta-ii
Attorney ind Counselor at Law. 1U S. Main street.
AN Ichtta. Kansas. dl?
Attorney-at-U . Office, room 7. Bitting block
W. B. BRIDKVBAtJOH. W. H. RAUCH
BELDENBATJGH & EAU0H,
at 2fl5 North Main st.
Koouls 5 and
HATT0N & EUGGLES,
Attorneys at law. iMcUhti a.u.w n Oiiposite Oc
M0EEIS & HAYMAKEE,
Lawyers. OJhca La N Main street. Wichita.
E. B. J EH ETT.
JEWETT & LANGW0ETHY.
r.wicrs. KoomsJ. audu. iw Nortu Main triat
Wichita. Kansas. dl04-tr
JOHN W. ADAMS. G. W. C JONES. GXO. W. ADAMS
ADAMS, JONES & ADAMS,
tttim.wit i.rw Ottico erst stairway nut r
Wichita. National Bank. lii
II. C. SLUSS. . E. STAXLSr
SLTISS & STA1TLEY,
Attorney at Law. ichlt, Kansas.
HUMPHEEY & ALLEN,
North Main htrtat. VS-lt
1. R.HALI.OTTEI.L, J.LHcxi
HALLOWELL & HUME,
Lawyers. -N MOn street N ichita. K.an. ifl-t
W. P. Camfbiix. Jas. L. DTKa
CAMPBELL & DYE2,
Attornys-at-Law. Wichita. Kaa. JBrt-tf.
D. A MITCHELL,
Attorney at Law and collection anat No. 24 Main
trtet. V ichlta. Kansas.
E HAMILTON M. D.
Specialties Diseases of ths
Ee. Ear. Nc and Throat,
Catarrh and Sttinj glasses.
Office i.i . Market su Israel
and Myers Block.
MES. MAEY GAGE DAY, M. D,
OSice at remeai-e, U44 I nireraity atenue. OSJce
hours 9 to U a. as 7o S p. m. 154-tf
DS. E. Y. MLTNSELL'S
L E. L.VR. NOE AND THROAT
Gr. HENRY, M. D.
OFFICE, FECHHEIMER BLOCK,
RoOM5 2lAM2i. HoiHS.lto6P.M.
Treats and enr-s Syphilis. ResWecce. Falrmounl
,en-ral practice. A proper diaewki jn rverj' ca-&
vrarranted. KnglUj. Cfcrma, i vnclu Pclisb. Ku
ten and Uohvuifcia spoken. Kverrthlng abore
boanL fctrictij cona.IentiaL No mercurr. B'ond'a
method. Medicines 11 rielrt rs..
method, ilediciiies if deslre-d.
TJhrp -- TJIar. -- Snrcronr Til WTiTJ? fYIP rWTiniff T
4 "J " -"- to.3wrf . j. v if XuH s.&- IvA. Va1 I
-Room 17, Fechheimex Building. 17
E. HL C0HZLIK, U. D.
General practitioner of medicine, surgery, gynae
cology and obstetrics. Treat all chronic and prirats
diseases. Oxygen treatment siren wnen required.
Pies and all diseases of the rectum a specialty.
Office removed to 134 North Main street, ovpt Kan
sas National Bank. Office nonra 'J to 12 a. m-1 to i
and i to 8 o. m. dU7-tf
DE. a C FUKLEI,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.-
OFFICE: I RESIDENCE:
S31 East Douglas Ave. 1 121S North Market Street
Professional Calls Attended Promptly. 53-tf
& S. STREET,
Dentist, has moved his office from the Sedgwick
block to 143 N. Main street, over Woodman's bank.
H. G. SEELiE,
Dentist, has removed his Office to the Getto Build
ing, Corner Second and Main Street. 32 tf
J. C. WILSON,
DentUt. All work puurantd flrt-olss. Offles
HSE. Douela ayenue, ot Baxne A son's drug
store. Wichita. Kansas. dltf
"WICHITA - DENTAL - LNSTITLTi
Dentists Only fCCO for a good set of tea h. One
halfjulceforall surgical operations without pain.
atw North Main street.
D. W. Smith. u.s.Hooqland
SMITH & H0UGLAND,
Dentists. 2J3 E. Doul awnua. Corner Law
rence. Wichita. Kan.
DUM0NT & HAYWAED,
Architecu and superinUndunts. Booms 50 and 51
0. "W. TEEEZ
Architect and superintendent. Rooms 16 andl"
Sitting block. Wichita, liaais.
W. B, MoPHEESON,
Architect, room Ji iinln st, Wichita. Kan
Architect. Kuomw ccuk ic. block. First street,
W. T. Paocmrooi. G. W. Bird.
PE0TJDP00T & BLED,
Architects and superintendents. Omce in Fetch
W. H. Powers, practical piano tuner and repairer,
35 j ears experience, and work fully warranted.
Ordeis left at Shaw's music house, LTJ X. Matn, will
rcceiv e pi ompt attention. 43-tf
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and styles. I
Ue also carries the finest assortment of picture
frames in the city. Qlrs him a friendly call and ex
J. M. PHILLIPS
S. K PHILLIPS.
PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS.
VETERINARY -. SURGBON.
Graduates of Chicago Teterlnary College, me
bei'b of the Chlcneo "V eterinarv Asociatlon.
The doctors ase prepared to do all kinds of eter- j
inary w ork, including canine practice, dentistry nnd
nil surgical operations. Good accommodations for
all natients rLouirins sneclal earo. Calls bv tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion day or night.
Ollice, &$ East Douglas Avenue. Tele
phone No. 3. 129-tf
STATEMENT of tho Condition of the WICHITA
A. SUBURBAN RAILWAY CO., at close of
business, January ',8th. 18S9. i
Constrnctlon 12 miles track S JV).8377
Car account, 1-' cars 19,2800
Steam motor account. S motors 8,4'mjO
Hoi ses and mules 5,1020
Building account Hound house, car barn,
stable and office 4.211 Gl
II rness and tools 317.21
Supplj account, lumber, iron, ties, spikes,
etc 2,0ft) S3
Franchise 10.000 00
Rc.ilest.it Iti 91.00
Recorded lease and right of ways S,(i00 00
Bonds now inhandsof broker laaMMlO
Cash on hand 27.ta
Bonds S N),O00.O0
Bills paynblo time S7,50S71
Bills paj able and open accounts o.lSOUl
Bonds unsold' In hands of broker Id.ODOOO
Stock paid up 50,00000
Capital stock SlliO.OuOOO
We hereby certify that the above smtement is
correct. GEO C STRONG, Piesldent.
O J. CHAPMAN, Superintendent. i
Subscribed arid sworn to befor me this Wth day
januarj. isjj. jj. k. i-jiuckson,
seal Nctaiy Public.
My commission etpires October 12th, lbJ-'.
Just completed and for sale at this offlco "Record
of Teachers Ability." for usa by Superintendents
and Principals or COMMON, CITY and GRADED
SCHOOLS. Can be used in any cjty. The book is
of a com enient size to carry In the pocket. Bound
in Cloth. DO centi,; Fliible Back.SlOO. Sent by mail
to any address upon receipt of 51 cents for cloth and
SI 07 for flexible binding. Orders by mail mail will
receii e prompt attention. Address
THE WICHITA EAGLE,
- NEW BOOK I
On "Blood. Nervous and Urinary Diseases, of
MEN, sent sealed on receipt of stamp.
Address. Ha Jm WHITTIER, M. D.,
10 W. Ninth St.. Kansas City, Mo.
Enfcraved and nnted LUNCHEON
cards at the Wicnita Eagle office. d63 tf
Be fooled, but buy your "Wier City coal
from the Economy; ll6 N. Market. 47-tf
Engraved CALLING cards at the
Wicnita Eagle office. dt33 tf
Frisco Line to St. Louis and the East.
The St. Louis & San Francisco railway
is now the only line running Pullman
Palace sleeping cars from Wichita to St.
Louis without change; and in addition to
this service they also run elegant free re
clining chair cars and handsome day
coaches between the two mentioned cities.
The Frisco line is the shortest and
quickest line under one management be
tween Wichita and St. Louis, and has for
years furnished to its patrons an unsur
passed through train bervice, not beinc
dependent upou connecting lines to make
a through route as is the case with other
lines, consequently the delays so vexatious
to travelers are not encountered. Only
one change of cars to Boston. New York
and other principal intermediate citie-i.
Trains leave Oak street union depot at
10:10 a. ni. and 10 p. ni.
. For lowest rates, maps, time tables and
any other general information call upon or
address W. D. Murdock, passenger and
ticket agent, No. 122 N. Mam st.
Gen'L PasS. Age., St. Louis Mo.
W. C. Melville,
Traveling Pass. Agt., St. Louis. Ma
Lithographing of all kinds at the Wich
ita Eagle office. dC3 tf
Wedding and Party Invitations en
graved or printed, at the Wichita Eagle
office. d63 tf
HE WAS TAKEN SNIPE HUNTING.
A CruelJoke toWhlch a Hatter Was Subjected
He Now Holds thcliac.
It consists of a lot of last year's hats
still and silk hats that were MADE TO
SELL last year, in August, Septemlh-r and
October, and now, after all these long,
cold, blizzardy days and after spring has
opened, he institutes a cheap sale(?) at
"manufacturer's, cost" (that's original) of
a lot of stuff left from last year, which
wouldn't be cheap now at any price. In
season this same fellow was taken out
SNIPE HUNTING and now he's holding the
bag, and as the bcst SEASON of lat year
is over and he's left with -a lot of snipe ti
ine.iu last year's hatsj on hand, he wakes,
up to the realization of his HCNT. Good
joke, eh? And, by the way, if anybody
wants to buy a lot of superanuated hat's
they can be got of any second-nand dealer.
Wait the arrival of the NEW spring- hats.
JOE, the Hatter and Haberu.isher,
Gl-tf 147 North klain Street.
Engraved CALLING cards at the
Wichita EAGLS office, iit3 tf
Historical Facts That Escape
Superficial Observation. j
"What a Knowing Visitor May Se and
xaru ir He Keeps His Eyes sad Kara
Open The White Tower and Its
Dungeons Anne Boleyn's Bones.
is absolutely nnnecessary-it is too well
known as a whole, but there are interests
rag little facts not generally realized by the
public, and there are nooks usually unvisit
ed. It was my good fortune on a recent
nay, says a writer in the London Echo, to
go carefully around this .Efrand old pile with
a special order from General Milman, the j "it is a big advertisement to have the
resident Governor. Fassingby the Traitors' burying of the county paupers and that i3
Gate, I went into the Bloody Tower, in a the reason undertakers will do it so cheap
room in which I found myself standing on iv. Whv. after the bids were closed an
the very spot wherein were imprisoned the
two little Prince , and from the window of
which centuries after Archbishop Laud
leaned out to bless Lord Stafford as he
passed to death upon the scaffold just be
yond. An old, old room this, full of historic
interest, and now inhabited by one of tho
picturesquely-attired beef-eaters. St, John's
Church, one of the oldest Norman churches
in tho kingdom, built in 1037, is too well
known to reqiih e description, so I will pass
on to the armory departments, where I saw
Lord "Wblseley going round on an evident
In passing down a stair-case in this
White tower, wherein is kept this armory,
and ki which is placed a stand of fifty thou
sand modern rifles, I noticed the enormous
'thickness of the splendid walls, and on in
quiring I was informed that they
were fifteen feet in depth. Be
neath the White Tower are the
dungeons, which are never shown
to the general public. Here is an eternal
twilight, a "musty smell, an. icy chilliness.
The first one, pure Norman in its architect-
ure, ;s called the Torture chamber, for here
were swetcnea upon me ncK tne miseraoie
victims of political necessity or religious
bigotry. In a very narrow passage leading
out of this great chambor, and which is
known by the name of Little Ease, because
in it a prisoner could neither ait nor lie
down, was wearily imprisoned the mis
guided Guy Fawkes. In the pitch dark
Hiinrnn hp.vnnrt whvh h nn flr,nr w.
the damp, cold earth, were once imprisoned
three hundred Jews, who in tho thirteenth
century were suspected of the crime of
clipping coin. A dreadful place this, and
hideously suggestive of the undreamed-of
&'" ::L:r "rrV " CS
nnflinmenM1v .itrnn P-bntnff thp nnnr
ana immensely strong saut oir tnese poor
wretches from all communication with the
In this dungeon, or series of dungeons,
was recently discovered a very deep well,
into which we fearfully peeped. From the
dungeon to the church is but a short step;
,iii the old days the journey was usually
made from the latter to the former. St.
rPeter's dates from 1272; it is full of the
.saddest, tenderest interest; within its
dingy walls and beneath its historic pave
ments there lio the bodies of three of En
gland's Queens. Ituskin finely says of this
ichurch that "it is the saddest spot in
Christendom, for here are buried in dis
honor the greatest m the land, while at
("Westminster Abbey they are buried in
honor,"' a most touching and suggestive
contrast. Most of the beautiful brasses
were removed in Cromwell's time
! I was deeply interested to hear that in re
pairing the chancel in 1S77 there was dis
covered the body of Anne Boleyn, which
was recognized by the historically tiny
neck, and by the fact that the body lay just
in tho spot described in the burial registry;
also were discovered the bones of a big
man, which belonged without doubt to the
ill-fated Duke of Monmouth. These were
reverently reburied in tneir long, king rest-
Upon the wall and preserved within a
glass case, I saw 'tho three coffin plates of
tho noblemen last decapitated upon
Tower Hill Lords Kilmarnock, Lovat and
Balmenno. The inscrip5irns wore all in
Latin, and that upon Lord Balmerino's
plate ran as follows : "Arthur Dominus de
Balmerino, decollatus 18 die Augusti, 1746.
.iEtatis SU03 5S." Tho very plain little font
dates back to the reign of Edward III.
.Not satisfied with my morning's round 1
went the next nigrht to have a chat with the
deputy-chaplain of fiie tower, Mr. Foster,
who told me many interesting little facts,
some of which are mentioned above. To
my surprise he informed me that the tower
is not supposed to be haunted, nor is there
any ghostly tradition, hanging round this
spot. Just before eleven he and I
stepped out into the cool night air. A
wild, windy night, clouds chasing each
other over the moon whose misty watery
rays tell upon that ancient iSorraan
keep. Just at my hand, and railed off, was
the very spot wherein was lifted so often
"the axe's keener edge." It was upon this
very spot and from yonder identical win
dow sbinmg white in the moonshine, that
Lady Jane Giey, the nine-days' Queen,
gazed as her husband slowly passed to his
death; for sho was imprisoned in the house
of Mr. Partridge, the gentleman jailer,
wherein now resides the official who to this
day bears the same title.
But tho silence, pregnant with such mem
ories, is suddenly broken by the clash of
arms the tramp of feet and the hoarse cry
of mihtary command. In the fitful light we
see a small body of soldiers drawn up, and
beneath the Bloody Tower comes the guard
preceded by a warder bearing the keys.
"Halt," cries the officer in command; "who
comes there?" "Keys," is the immediate
response. "Whose keys?'' "Queen Vic
toria's keys." "Present arms." "God pre
serve Queen Victoria." "Amen." is the
clear, deep answer of all the soldiers.
Every night for untold years had this
ceremony taken place. It is over now.
Thoughtfully I wend .my way past the
Traitor's gate, beneath which the water is
Paupers Iinrlert for Twenty-Four Cents
The "Way In TYliich It U Done.
Kansas Ciry Journal.
Bids were received the other day by the
County Court of Jackson County, Mo.,
from the various undertakers for the burial
of the county paupers. A Kansas City
journal reporter bappenea to oe present
when the bids were opened and was par-
alvzed when th Court announced that tee
Did of Eugene Carlat had been accepted
at twentv-fcur cants a pauper.
"Did you say twenty-four cent3 or S4J"
the reporter asked of Jadge Adkins. '
"Twenty-four cents," he r?plied. Cheap,
isn't it? We'll save enough on that to pay
-n,. v f,. .,nnfl h trnnt- fnr- th
mournfullv lapping, and. passing out of the i .,:. i ti;..(
.0,1 ii ,,A; it.Hct,m),Wnrf !.- "-" ui .mauuaimra di, au .wmis, auu, una nnest resiu-nce 1
niuuuuiuiiwlin.om"ji"vi"iiu)uui, 1 have said if he i? annnintvt thn Bewelecincmouirllii
to plunge into the vast weird Babylon of , ?, ' ne is appointea, trie tIlla.J(KICullw.e
iyp u"c ": j wu wj. mass Qf pwCTJUbbcans will be satisfied, but than joaaim m.rJ. ti
Liua uiuuie-uuiii ceniurv. 1
Pit- Hosn-til " ' the P?SIte OP"1-- It is an amusement
V j T j pLi, m:ii ..1 that has been practiced froto immemorial
Judges Lynch and Chiles smiled ?,, inaaaioi3,aduad7tocaBtifle
.. -uo.au. .., j ,
pauper for that amountF'
'Yes, sir; and he files a $500 bond for ,
the faithful performance of bis duties," re- t tempt any sudden, and violent departure
plied Judge AdSdris- j from the established social usages of the
"Cheaper for a pauper to die than to buy f country.
a dinner," chimed in Clerk Burr- j Ycrir PrCs3 . Tie latest news from
"How many paupers wUl be toted, , do Washm uV PreS5
you think?" asked the reporter, and how noncc U2Sfi nmti that
manywdl find tneir way to a dissecting Emme is certain to be the next Sscrtary of
table?' .... I Sut. Ia offermc this portion to lr. Blaine
"Ob," replied the Court, ranch shocked, 1 Qaersi Hamsoa hzs acted with great wis
the undertaker is under bond to bnry the j onw jjj ccdonbtfdly zid to the
bodies." strength and luster cf bis Adminiatratscs.
"Pnr twpnfr.fmr cent?" .
'Yes, sir," severely, "''or twenty -f onr
"Then yoa don't give the undertaker au
thority to sell the bodies to mdical col
JkP' Queried Uu nsaertar.
Of course not,'' indignaatly.
"How much does it coat to dig a grave!"
asked the reporter.
"Oh, I don't know what it costs."
"What is the most common kind of a
coffin worth?" t
"I never nad occasion to use one myself
and I can't enlighten yon."
"What is it worth to send a man with a
team to take the body to the potter's
field?" continued the reporter.
""Q. ine unaercaKer nas to nave tne
wSon, team and a man anyway, so that
doesn't count," replied the Court.
"Does the contract price, twenty-four
cents, include the services of a minister?"
"Well, no, I don't believe that a minis,
ter is called for by the contract. You
see," continued the Court, confidentially.
undertaker came here and offered to bury
the paupers for nothing."
The reporter, inquiring at Carlat's un
dertaking establisnment how it was that
they could afford to take the county work
at twanty-four cents a case, the gen
tleman in charge there said: "Of
course twenty-four cents a caso does not
begin to pay us for the expense of a
burial, but, you see, the advertising pays.
Every time there is a county case the
newspapers can not help mentioning the
name of ths undertaking establishment,
and if there is an inquest may be it is men
tioned two or three times. It goes right in
the reading matter, too, where everybody
reads it. Every time we get a county case
we will get ten or fifteen dollars worth of
advertising, and you newspaper folks can
not help yourselves, either. But the coun
ty cases nearly all pay outside of that,
"How?" asked the reporter.
"Why, although a dead man's friends
j may not always come around on the dqp
0f his death some of them nearly always
do come around before the day of the
burial, and when they see the coffin which
we use for county cases they nearly al
ways want something hotter. The county
coffin is a eood one, just as good as any
other, but of course is by no means an ex-
pensive one. All tnings considered. It
Pavs to take county cases at twenty -four
AtWo T otTT; a;...
everymanwho sells a vote, and every man
who buvs a Vote, Will do more than any
thin fr ele to Durifv our election methods
l s pumy our e.ecuon metuoas.
rmladelphia Ledger: Two great perils,
is contended by affrighted patriots, now 1
luicouju luo pcrpciuiuy ui uur fJuiiLiuai iiuu
what is called unrestricted, indiscriminate
auuiai uisiitiuuuus. J.11C iiiab ui bucso ia
immigration ; the second is tho use of money
Boston Advertiser: The nomination of
Edward O. "Wolcott for Senator by the Re-
... -, i i .,
publican caucus in Colorado assures the
representation of that State in the Senate
. u -i ., ,. .-
vj w. .U.U.. , v .,.Awv..w .w .. vu.i..-
Suibtieuuieuiu lur. ivuicull wtmpiUButiii
a rare combination of business talent, elo-
quence and wit. When he speaks ho has
somethine to sav worth hearinsr. and ho
says it uncommonly wen
weight of Colorado in the Se
TrnfVi hia nloiro tirtr, s o cool
Indianapolis Journal: The nomination of
.Tndfe Olavnool as District Attorney is a
great improvement over tnat 01 Jiaiiey; yet
that alone is not a sufficient reason why ho
should be confirmed, and he should not be.
ttj. .i :i-: . i -r
unuur uu au luicniu appwiuimeiiL irom
Justice Harlan he could discharge the du-
tin nf f), nfflm fnr tho nwsonf torm nf fhn j"o-"--t oiiaue trees anil considtTable mall rrults.
ties 01 tne ollice lor tne present term or tno it is nh fenced nueiy with 4 n nicKet fence. other
Federal court and leave open for the iucom- wisoail in tint-class omer tor all information
ng Administration the appointment for a
full term. There are plentv of Republican
, ., e.. . . ' n j n
lawyers in the State who could and would
discharge all the duties of that office as well
or better than Judge ClaypooL and from
such President Harrison should be left free
to select the District Attorney after the 4th
Cincinnati Commercial: TTe have said
that there were suggestions in favor of
... . mi . -1 .
putting too many millionaires into General
Harrison's Cabinet, but that does not apply
to Mr. Wanamaker, first and last. And wo
have said that as General Harrison himself
. . , , ... ... ...
was a man not burdened with this world's
riches enough to classify him as a capital
ist, perhap3 he could better afford to havo
rich men about him. He coula represent
the working class himself. This was not a
j. ::,; ,, -r -n'-i.
discrimination against Mr. Sanamaker.
"We have no objection to a millionaire, or
evon two millionaires, but -wc do not think
we must, in order to be polite, demand that
the Cabinet should have, so to speak, a
mini-urn nf Tnillirm;iir
M for jou and make quick returns, hales Wedi.es-
Boston Herald: Governor Gordon, of dasandbaturdasatlUa. m. sharp, a. h. lin-
Georgia,has given new evidence that bis '"1,-iK.UoMer. W)-u
face is turned toward the morning. The JOE SALE-MIS 0ELLA1TE0US.
Legislature passed a special school bill for ;-; : ; r-r i : r
.," ., ,.i it j t ti OK SALI-Iairgs safe and oSlce furniture aUo
the city of Macon which provides for sup- j boi.erandenn e ah good a new and two
plying money collected for taxes in that cheaje t ..r. Ackcrman ACorojm ., No. 211 N Mam
county separately for educational purposes, ! - . '
io thnt whir rhilden onlv should trot thn I70K SALE-Trade or rent of my own farms In
so tiiat wnite cmicu en onij snouiu get me jl (.rtenwood. ilson. tlk. Cowle and Harbor,
benefits of the revenue collected for taxes tounties. wilt trad to.-Wichita prop. -ty o.-:coni.ty
on property owned by white people, and r5f8W JlfWeSTKkri ".l
colored children only that collected for jered, wiiat toewmgot, se-meby letter or in pr
taxes on the property of colored people. 1 bon; room 5. ia Last Douala. w. W. chapman.
fJrtVfirnrt fZrti-Hrn liaa ?ftfti1 flirt liill no .
. gound w, h and vio!aUon
?tl, :, Ai, ,iT oL, r..,i
eix tile: sun 111 uj. uutu buu uLaic dun x tuuiaj.
rnnQtitu'tinnn Thii vfto "it U kiw nut in
constitutions, xais eto, ltis saiu, putsan
end to a kind of class legislation that
threatened to become general had it been
successful in this case.
Dayton Journal : We admit that Mr.Blaine
annP.irct tn iistnhnthp lnirireil nm.menf ,
rK . .... ,.
the campaign for the premiership, but ad- I
here to the opinion that Mr. Sherman is the '
logical conclusion for a careful conserva- '
.- , - . , tt ,T,
Uve administration under Harrison. We .
think it would be most satislarbnrv to the '
general business interests of the country al
terestsof thecountrvat 1
Nobodv can disnnta Mr
j.eiKxi canaispuie Jitr.
home and abroad.
firrfinmn rMtrms Tint nnn of tlinm nlnt-
I "" "r ' "" .---r- jjarvetst-. Isral-MyersUuJldln SE
ing to Ohio politics or men, we can not sup- , - -
nrpss P fpclino-or beHpt thit th nrrnnint ! 1TOH SALE OR KENT-Notice to noa rtssldests
press aieeungor Denei, tnat tne appoint- jf Anur0irtr. either subnrin or loiWe. ptocd
meat of Sherman to be Secretary of State nclusneiy in or care, for sal? or ret, will have
would inspire the directing influence of the j ? SyS&
Republican party with greater confidence I rae liros nm :. over l N. iJantt zu, UtkhU
in the Administration than that of Blame.
There are some reasons that no one will ds-
,., . -. . tT ,
ALirwauKee senmiei: toe XTestuent 01
the United States can not avoid paying
sbzEC rcgard to established usages. He
not chosen to promote a new code of morals,
"hnt- tn onvntn thn late onsiJ t- t . nm.
sentatives of the people. Only when the J
neoDle elect a crank to occuov the White i
nfionle elect a crank lo oceunv th Yfhltf 1
people eiccfc a craoh. 10 occupy tne 11 nite
House shall we have a President who will
attempt to carry mto practice the ideas of
small bodies of sectaries or reformers,
lf -here are S01 mea who think dancm;
sinful there are just as good men whoboH
Irffnrns cn ltp net tecrai narnson, wso
j is a very sensible, level-headed man, ao
cordineto all mdicatsoas. is not likelv to
Atlanta Co2SUtci: Itdoca ato ta
that Harrison ought to find a place for t&a
man Elaine wbo sore truly .represent
the Repnblicaa prty of to-day than any
t cuer persos.
All notices of Employment or Situations Wanted
from one to flvo lines. 22c per week, all notices oVer
Ave lines will be chaxced for at the ra e of five
cents per lino per week no nodes taiea for less
than 5 cents.
All For Sales. Help Wanted. For Rents or other
business notices from one to Are lines. 50 coats per
weei all notices over five lines wlllbecharsedfor
at tho rate of tea cents per line per week no notice
taken for less than 50 cents.
11 ANTED Male and female agents on salary or
VV commission. J. L Sims, hotel Goodyear 13;
Emporia avenue. dfi3t
"T7aNTED Gentlemen who are interested In
T business education short hnd or telegraphy
to rail at offlce southwestern Business Lollepe.
lKht school re-opens Oct. flrt. 7-A) o'clock. En
trance to night school 4CU E. Douglas are. S! ti
Xt ANTED A boy 12 years old would lite a place
to work for his beard and eo to -hcoL Can
do many things In hou?e and out Inquire at John
A. Wallace's implement house, S.S . Douglas arc.
TITAN"! ED Situation by youn? man. 22 years of
age. as bookkeeper. steaozrApher, typewriter
or office w ork of any kind. Best ox references. Ad
dress J. T. S, R)l S. Lawrence. d61t
WANTED By a competent youns man. a situa
tion as clerk, bookkeeper or any kind of omce
work: salary not so much ol an object as steady em
ployment; best or city references furnished Ad
dress W, do E Douglas a enue. dsJ 12
WANTED A good girl can set ood wa?e and
easy place; caUatCaray Hotel barbershop.
WANTED A good frirl Immediately a: UH
Lewsllea avenue; fatally of three. Oi-it
TTANTEI A German or Swede Kirl that can
cook and wash. tXUi at S3S N. Water. tSJj
T7 ANTED-Glrl to do general boneworfc in
1 t small family. Apply today at room 4 over
Hde ic ilumble's book .store.
V" ANTED Girl for general housework. Inquire
t at 114o N Emporuvave. d:dj
W ANTKD A girl with eiper ence to ao general
housework in smalt family. Lntmirc-at SU
N . Topoku a ve, Mrs. J. S. istlnsoa. id d
7 ANTED Girl to do general house work.I
t also want to buy a good second hand pbvt
formscue. Lno the furniture man. lUo W. Doug-1-y.
TV-'TED Byu middle aged""lady as house-
keeper or to take aire of children, country
preferred. Address .Mrs. E, J. Perry, Wichita Kaa
TTTANTED Position In hotel by a well experi
TV enced dining room girl or chamber maid.
Address 31ay at ren, V ichlta. Kaa. dflu-st
HOMELE&S WOMEN Homeless women out of
einplojment will nnd asheltor cheaper than
at any place in the city d- coming to tho Faith
Home. 115 Pennsjlvan.a are., one door north of
V AN 1 1 D A woodman or woman with I5C0 to!
iniest in beat paying buslnts in Kansas;
take. If you mean business addn.es U. 4oJ toatu
win iiay lroiu iot 10 toM per montn. no cnances to
1 rket street, city
11 you mean DUsinesa aaan.es U. 4oJ tout
-. . i... ... .
T' ANTED-Arartnerwlhfrom?S.UO)to J120
'.'V engage in a juoiitatlo mercantile business
, thls t it 0ood reKreIlcC3 Kh tn aU(i rw.ulred.
-i"; u.jl, oeriw..iJiainbi., itnun Kan.
W ANTED An industrious man with ton) can
V Du mi interct m an established protltable
uwil'-m iu iv.tiwv, nau u iiiiiij; uu ur uuureS'
W-.a2M south Lawrence avenue. Wichita.
U'ANTcD Horse, busgy and harness; must bo
cheap for tash, inquire cor, of Uetto and
Tenth btrcet. (3-tl
ANTLD-Tlie World's Wonder lo iu ilsh the
r greatest monej making business o. the age.
ah persons out or employment call and see us. The
Easiness will guaranteo from tiu to iiiw per nay.
Call and no 1.0 . Law rence a o 2d. floor, room 1.
UCU.J1. VUU,UmiU. UM
.. AXThD J5 In th eprUesof f2). HJOand
v w in Ihj presented t the three persons who &m
'oimthismtetoraJiia diciwnao w-nlaout of tho
than rue&mj.ieb. 5, tsy. winntrj publi bed in
mlflr, sc 1 ttdT .n T I I'rwtrfitTl... .r.lilr. n.. t .I-.
ta-r'o JJally Journal and Nevxs-Beacon of teb. 7.
Urst-class farm close to Utj. m i acio blo"k
in ouiti 11.1! t of Uie city. Parties wanting projmrty
cuiau hiuuu wen ia van uou tw n DeHira u in loo
Iate ru.ro is a fcood s.x room house, cellar, cltw-
ets, pantry and two iorche, good barn, other out-Uulldiii-.s,
ohade trees ami considerable mall rrults.
VyAMLD-AU parlies diring la-truction- in
' lamtscape, unimiil, blm and flower pamttiigs.
please call at 15; N. Topekaavu Mis3KateLuch
"WANTED Good tenement houses. Bring in
or whatever jouma have. ther inld or nuimr-
special caiuHnd protection Israel Bros . rutin
""" Jilt iuuib iimi.nl .u u'JI 41 H3 ITIII i ',W
oer li N. Market su, lsrael-Mjers building. u .Jlt
' ANTED You c tn f ave 2.1c to Si on each d ilr
1 1 of bhoes. boou, slippers or rublwrs. Whi I
have u-n low tvou'ise. Miihnerv one-hair r.rce.
Come and find this true, Warren's shoe and mini-
ntry lJarlorr' ovee 11J " Jlam" a 6r
VANTLD-Ciinassers for door plates, l-eiis.
' huuee numbers, alarms, etc .good pan Hua-
ter A Russell, brand itawdc M en .) uu
ANTKD Horsott boarded and delivered for 8
H per month at the Wichita Llery and Board-
vvl- W a balUlttC't)ou ""SB'S-
AN I.D Torenta farm suitable for dalry
purposes within re miles of nichitu. Wt
P'ij nwncj leut, call on or address J. c. l-m.;iien
IwuJacKSOua,enue. eit. aim
V ANTED Every person having any kind of
, piEn Eul "Lia-35n coTfSr
of Douelas a d Wuter streot 11ml I Will ell them
iauu. well 'iiiirutcTu. iiwui v zuitm iiuui iiiiva
Must sell, mu-t have money, price no object. Come
oayoub7er, thwisonly for a few cays a j.
Ldgeworth. itoom 12, - boc. 3-
17 OK SALE Cheap, a new base burner.
at Ml N Si.irktt t
ij OK SALK A six clmlr brb-r shop. In a cood
A ecniraUocauon, aau,g a epoG Business. uooa
reasons lor euinc. Auuress u, e.. care fcasi ot-
c e 5"64t
foK sale ok tkade aenn well ai
J stock ceaorai merchandi invoice bwjtiUJU.
A cooil chance for neht party to fUfp Into an fwtttb-
ua uin. 1b ovd srowins uiwi. j.fMr-
Lock Bjx A, Oolwjch. Kai d.2'
T70K SALE A fine home place, MOO "jwh. balance
V7 J00 Pl--- Pf " --nt Interest Tbls
piatJ. jj,clstr, bnd icatei in th. wt jmb-ejuitau
mnioa oi me city, aajncww- v
ie. lry now. ev-n t&Misn yon
the money It will pay l-M?
ul iTlncl Dais com sunt we
what We ha; Unfl itrw . wnn , over J
iljers new Uiildlos.
rpOR SALB-i:oslr safe. mdKua sue, coubie j
i r donre ccol i e- i tas.Mir 'era. L U. j
ewcorab dracgist. WJ E. Iolaa at
vOU fcALKOn Tir of jnltr irar. rowrti t 1
Jt. twoface eaca wlta JS vt cr-?' cerrd l.aeb-
tfuunn win -,! cijK a-rer b-sav co-i
A. Ul&OITr - MMt, yUlVU -: .!,.
(CKuisiil fort-1 caaii If Ulies udoa. rail tUs
i bath Minie brdi tt &- ic wuu.
-l noon, for aytar lady. Iwjoire at m t
iastAh. Away eioa 3. - wwr. r. j.
irOB. KENT - IEJrab,' roots wH asS eitSAHi
! i. isss.us VjiT& at x-Mlfclnlafcr. ft-
FOK KKXT rraiba rjsafwal ttC ra at IU
FOKEET &e of tb i cOsrstortaUe and
. -ifj-aJlr hr.iri fcraatt room la !b cttr.
at price to slt w tla&st. Kses. rectal iAc tr
3 taiUR at so " ii - liri tt ttcci H & J
FOR BEST CaftJrjdfoI rcosris, er ttm faoi
flit. ctmy' o .3. X.Xaltj. ti. ey
TflTKT-0j!ter.-nttrrtaa ra rt iwr
X "! JmO tra fuu dt t is3ri rs
1M3 tlT tZAB SJid 11; trtt& -rtl .ir- et trmJl U&4
1aUz3. T-3reiWs4e. CS&t ; Tf
Jt? per rtj feAir'sr tratt ?rtrwsci !
is3 sa rater j:jr. tsric ttmsL t3E . X-j
ITOKIT-rorwww ra-rt? Dsai4ffia j
iaraswt zxix!m&s- a zsur jsrtmi i
FOR KENTi-Iasood loOKIOBfa tf.rOQ-Cottasfc
fumUSedoruaJuralihecL Kef erwaces required
AddrssB;taS-0lceT - r-- -.-.-.-M
FOR KENT-Harlnjr mored Into the Union hotel
I will rent my residence on North Market at.
With. 150 feet of land, or If desired 5acrs of jr
garden land. , House has rrooms and as many cie
et. with ana xllar. a good stable, bujgy hous
coal house and chicken house. Apply to u. S. Her
sey. Union hotel, opposite packing noose. tS-Gi
FOR RENT I will rent for one year my resi
dence on "Waco arenue between bcond and
Third streets, with nine rooms to the rUht parties.
Have also 2U acres of the fines garde:i!a laail 3s
miles south of Douglas arenue Cail at 56 Waco
avenue. J.F.Major. dOB-6t
E OR RENT A good brick dwelling witaserea
rooms, ftrstsciass order one block from Douglas
arenue. Apply to P. V. Healy, Ci East Douglas.
l?OR RENT A six-room house corner olfewellen
JC and sti street.: handy to treet car. Bunnell
& ilorehouse, 2B4 Market st. di3-tf
rp OR TRn.DE OR RENT-nouse; eight rooms with
X1 pantry, bath room, large cellar, stable, hteken
houe.carriarjaouso.corrall liifeet:groBadfe ce4
walks: e.ver thing complete: come and see tee D
R, Allen, corner Vacond2uth street. 6-t
FO R TRADE Two house with two lots Insiiio
of city, clear of Incumbrance: would U5o to trade
for land, improvement or wit out. from 5 to 25acrea
fromlto5mllfc.of the city. Address No. 617 Wich
ita street. tB-T
J?OR TRADE Two eigbty acre tract and one one
? hundred and sixty acre tract In this county to
trade for stock, either cattl horses or hogs: small
encumbrance ou each tract. Jall oa Boyd A
Yocum, ail N Main street, up stairs dil tf
FOR "TRADE I want to trade first mortgage
notes and Butler county farm for clear WlcaU
property well located. A. A. Ainldoa, 12 Douglaa.
TO EXtntANGE-Foragnod llrery stock first
class residence propny In Arkansas Oty,
Kana. I have two nnHresluenccs Jut tin Is bed.
botn corner lots; tw o story, six room houe: goiA
welis. plenty of watrnient- for 15 a month, eea
both houses built on tho latct style and finish
sina'l mcumbranoe; will trade one or both; parties
wlhln? to make such exchange will addre-w me at
once as this property is cllt edge and will go. T. J.
Turner Arkans.13 Uty, Kaa. !-
rpO EXCHANGE aa acr good Samner county
JL land, six miles from Wellington free from lr
cunsbranc, and SKXtU) to tCCO cash to exchango
for good Wichita lmproxel property worth VS.l'.O to
&U.MU S fc. Hubbard or D, H. Baldridge, No. 20
North Main street. dJStt
IOREXCHaNGE Choice Land and city property
J- for live stock or mortgage securities; no money
require!, James P. Mead, Kingman. Kan, dJS-tt
17OR EXCHANGE To traders and every body !
. The Kansas abstract agency will furnish you
abstracts to any lands la the state of Kansas; aUa
diagrams, descriptions ana estimates of vain
Kansas Abstract Agency , rooms 1 to i. No 157 N"
Market St., Wichita, Kaa.. J. P. Wheeler, manager
P0E SALE 0B EXCHANGE,
170K SALE OR EXCHANQE-For Wichita rel
JL dence or business property a fine Unproved
1(M acre frm In southwest Missouri
farmer care of tAOLK omce.
POR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Propertyeast, west
north and nnf h fnrm 1 rnm 131 trrM tin t.i III -
IU) acres Imnrovrd and nnlninnivnl etv nn!nr
. ... . . . " .- -- -; ...- ---. -....-
I in uiuius.eit'o lown in tvan.vts ana auo in imnoia.
li jou naeanvtnini; loreii or iiujp caii ami m
me, oaice Hours rroin y to 1: a. m.. and 2 to a p. m
room u, ueiio diock. a. j. tugeworta.
"ll" ANTED Money to loan on furniture, plane.
organs, horse, mules, w agon and any kl
chattlercu-iiv at lowest rates. V ichlta LoanCx,
o. ias . .M.iin. omce over iourxn -National Bank,
rooms 1 and '-. Co-it
"VP AN ED We have money to loan on flva years
l time on city aud farm property: nlto on short
time on city aud farm property; nlto on short
time on mortgage and note, huepurd A Cnptnau
Mortgage company, .Ui Nnigwick building. dUatf
TX" ANTED To loan money on Improved larras
M lowet rates with the trlvilego of paylngac
any time nlthout a bonus. :- T, Major, room WJ
sedgwlck block. dill tf
"W" ANTED Tomakosome first class city loan
for six or twelve months Kansas Loan rud
Iuiestiuent Co.. ever Ichlta National bank lis-tf
-rANTED-norrjwer for money on first mort
on u. Irh
T"l ANTED 1 o lend money nl B M centon farms
7 and improved central city projirty on long
time at 0 per cent and a rrasonable commission. .So
delay where the title 1 good. J. E. Humphrey .fe
Son dJ. if
YirANTED Borrowers ror money; we plscemonsr
it at tho lowest rate- ou all kinci of chattel se
curity loans, and aUoon e-oud mon;iigeson farms.
WlehlU Banking Co . No. 114 West DougUe ave.
OTOItAOiE ror houehoId foods or merehandUs
1 ki boxed or loose. jrou aave any good to utor
bring tlieui to tne w ictiui Murani eo.. ."10. uu worn
Douclua are. Ittf
MAS and Certificate?, for
fiohooh, CoUeg-, tc., Cnll'n
Cards, Invitation nntl Anoounce
ment Cnrds of ill kiwi', liotid.
etc.. Lithoemphpd and Printed at tua
Wichiri EAGLE oitlce, Wichita, Kansas.
A. G. MUELLER,
Undenaker and tmbalmor,
112 N. Topka Ave.
Open day and niith; Telephone 23L
And ail othr dlyos of the rtsctnm
prrtertly mrl by
DRS. THORNTON & THORNTON,
Without Vnlf Hjfature v raniUw. Cut sroaran
t,iju monv 10 t r't until patient u ruril.
We mrtke o. peclalty 01 Itching Ui4e of th
bkln. also of Diseases of ffuinfu
Iet thl tx our motlo- Pay no monry or ?
any no e In adrante of a con, snick ut this r.nd
you ar safe from the evil dmljtiw of sharpers and
bond forclrPJjUr trivlDeaU nrefcry Information
nnd the Barnes of hundreds of prnmni who hate
been cored by us.
Office: 111 West Tenth SL, Kansas Citv, Mo
Book and Blanks, such. Mortesitcs of all kinds.
Loan HnU.Ur in MVentl !-. Abra-M. Ied of
ul kind. CotiiiB IJonds. Coa;n. Ilclo. ai.4
Ziitt boo, ajl ltod of lilatiks aod Ikk prim!
and mnafectored to otder Orders by tosH
promptly attended to. Address
TUB WICHIT4. AGLB,
dA-wtf WICHITA. KAN'JA',
The popular lino lor Calitornia, Orroa
Washington territory and nil 1'ncific coaat
point ia tho Miaaoori I'adlic "i't. Scott
When You Go
Kortfa, east, jtouth or west, b5 no re yoa
make no mUtake, Tne oldest line ia thn
best. Giant locomotive?, elegant car, ir.
chiding free Kclluing CbaJr and Pullman
PhUcn isleiplaz coache. hi! rails. roJe
ball&st: iron bridges, commodious tn.i.n
- 1 houM. the linrxt railway eutlnsf Hoxinn in
th world, trcntleuianly employe., train
.Qductorn and train caahlu-s. to lotars
both afety of the train and ample att-
features which Warrant tho!- who traTeJ
In K"'iK a the Atch$on.Topka ic Kanta
Ke railroad. For the fultesi txible in
formation . to rout, rate. dt" And
dijvuccrft, call oa W D. Member,
j i'angftr and Tlckirt Aifrnt, ia crta
gainst, Union Ltepotaoa jjon-jiai i'sm
JyOAn ob iraproT! farxrs. m&d a
lowest rates. Lombard Mortijag Com
paaj. d wifl
7artCB Car hrrH. VHtiMt. I gtaa City
Tla tfce sata " Xtret.
The Atchison, TopkA & Saata Fe Iat
now in tfccir ilght train rT$oe Wa.rnn
Wichita at iA P. m.. tiSe Itet and iuo5
apprOTed patera of fr rKrJiaiag btra.
Tbe cars will be ran daiJj. In addition
to this. I'cltiaao Ntrrjc an raerains train
irom Svvrt&a ad tbroash Palima car
daUr oa tbt V&i p. m, train to Kajua.
CitT- Atchiaon asd St. Jovph.
Pai.axs.d Ticket Agent, lia horth Jfaia
Ut-t, Unica Depot KSti Dou-jlit rrau
station. Jir tf
FrMreclitUaeebairesartar bow rasals
cj ail train sc tha C.,K.4.'. rmiltrar.
f -liock lAiasd Ktsruus," betwiMta Wlcbu.
t , tJis aJ' os- '&eJa. Wcar
fct. Loal. 9ti
For l&xxn ioni caii a JKi.bM
v,... Cjaifdiar. Uut tW saoa
paid a. se
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