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'ght WLickxtx gmlxj mlt: gtresttag 3ptanthi$ &pvil 23, 1889.
FIKASCE ASD C0HJ1J5RCE.
"Wichita Grain Market.
Furnished hy J. W. H.vwn & Co., grain and com
WlcniTA, April 22.
WHEAT No. 2 soft S53S7C; No. 2 hard 7S7Pc.
COltN No. 2 whlt27f2sc: No. 2 mixed aiiZTc
OATS Xo. 2 white 23&&21C; mixed 19321c
HAY-f 4 5n5 00.
Furnished by Osborne. Hoslck & Co.
UIDKS Green S2 403 6U; green salt 3 0035 no.
dry salted 410c; green pelts 4075c: dry pelts 8
TALLOW No 1 prime 4Hc; No233c.
MAEKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Yort Money.
New YonK, April K.
Money on call easy at 23 per cent. Last loan
t. Closed offered at 2KI.
Prime mercantile paper iV. , . r, , m
Sterling exchange dull but bteady at S ?f for J
dav bills and g4 Ss'i for demand.
TotRl bale of stocks today were lGi.isO thaies.
Stocks dull DUt Arm. ,,.
43 coupon v
4Ws coupon Uf
Pacillc tft of '05
.Missouri 6s 2A
Chicago fe Alton i;'
Chicago, Burllngtoni: Qulncy
Lake Shore W-J?
Missouri Pacllc "
New York Central "fin
Rock Island j?jf
Union Pacllic ''
Wettera Union &M
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, April 22. A good businesses
transacted in wheat but it was chiefly of a
local character aud credited to some of the
larpo floor operators. There was some
short wheat so that on the whole there
was considerable trading. It was rumor
ed that a persistent buyer of late had been
letting go of some of his holdings. The
market opened weak and prices declined
3c for May and June aud lc for July,
closing about 2c lower for May and June
and 3'jc lower than July than closing fig
ures Saturday. Theie were no new fea
tures. Weather is fine aud crop news fa
vorable. There was some inquiry lor cash
wheat here and an order for a car for ship
ment east was being worked on.
Only a moderate business was transact
ed in corn, fluctuations beinsr limited to
c range. The feeling was rather easy
early in the day but later on in the session
a steadier tone was developed.
A weaker and unsettled feeling devel
oped in oats and prices ranged lower, May
being the weakest due to free selli ng by
longs and an absence of any demand of
consequence except from shorts. Prices
on Way declined cfrom Saturday's close,
while June and July only sold off 'c
The close was quiet at intermediate prices
for May, but at about the same as Satur
day for June and July.
Hog products attracted very little atten
tion and trading was light. At the open
ing the market was easier but fair buying
on local and outside account improved
prices temporarily. Later, however, the
feeling was weaker again with light trad
ing, and prices declined on all leading
1 he leading futures ranged:
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Vn7 U UK 11 11 70 11-72
Juno J ! HS46
.Inly USD U'JT,ii 11 S5 HS7
May" 6n 68"H
.lune ..... . 2 ?- -i.- 6
July TUJ 7 00 tfSj 0 10
May - 5ttK
June C vzy. HUJJu
July 6 iQ 0 10 6 07 6 10
Cash Quotations wero as ollowS:
FLOUR Dull and uncharged.
WHEAT No. 2 spring SlJuc; :o. 3 s.prlnjj 77c:
OATS No. 2 22140.
It YE o.2 40H;C.
FLAX SEED-M 50.
TIMOTHY SED- SVl S6.
IOKK SU f-
bHOULDEKS-Ury salted 15 25Q.5 50.
SHOKT CLEAH tiiSoti 37-j.
WiilSKY 1 03.
AUTiCLUS, Receipts Shipments
Wheat 25.00tr l'.OOO
fVrn l.'iSUH 2 0.OUO
Oats 122 000 1C5,UX
HFTTEH Weaker hut not quotahly lower. Fancv
creamery 21ft2o ohok-e to tine 21Q23c; line duiry,
2c; gtwd to choice. 15&1SC
Now York Produce.
New York, April zi.
WHIlT-5(lc lower. No. 2 rodS3WSG(c.
CO KN Dull, weak and &&lc lower. No. 2 43?i
OATS Quiet and weaker. Mixed 3X3r; whlto
t OITEE-Optlons higher. Sales 31,050 bags.
Ppot quiet hut sleady at lSic.
i-UGAH Strong. A oVc; extra A T-Wrr7kic;
xvhlte extra A T 1-1G;a7 ll-loc; yellow C7c; stand
ard A, SKc; powdered 'Jc; granulated fc-jic; cubes
(JOS Firm, 12K?ic.
linTEK-Mftiily at H(2Sc.
L CHEESE-Qulet; fc10c
iransas City l'rqdure.
Kansas City, April 22.
WHEAT Quiet. No 2 red. ',tc aiked; No 2 toft.
Mav. ;i'c asked.
CORN-Qulet; 25c asked.
OA'IS 2oc asked.
H.OUH Weak, unruled. Huyers holding off
except for job lots. XX. 1'ic; XXX. i 1 00; famllv.
?1 : choice. 1 ; fancy, f 1 SO; extra fancy, $2 U)
s,2 10: patent, ii &l$2 40.
coKN m i:aI 6;ijtoc
lOltS CHOP 5.W.V',
HAY-Stcadj, 5 00&G 00.
Fl. XSEE!) SI ".
Ill TTElt Firm for Kootl, weak for poor. Cream
ery IRfctKe dairy KVr: roll 7Sllc: storo pocked li.IV.
I 1VE POULTHY Hecelpts large and market
weak. Hen" S2 WS 26; roosters 12 23; cnlckens
t:l UHi 25, turkevs l.c
f'l GAK CUHEl) HAMS-HHc,
DHY SALT SHOULnEHS-i5 00; long clear J607.'-i
fhort rib 16 20; sliort clear 6 40.
S-MOKEIJ fcHOULl)EKS-S5 , long clear JO S7;
th' rt rib $7 Ufc short clear 7 23.
POKE SI J 30.
St. Louis Producp.
aT. LoCIS, April
FLOUU mill aud easy but unctianced: xxx f S 00
(M 10: famllj f 1 4X.i At choice t 4i-(3 UV. fancv J4 05
fc.4 15: extra fancy o 2.Ki4 .a. patents 54 ,.Ji if,
WHEAT Lower. 1 ery other market was de
cline thte mornlnc the wether was mainilflcent all
report fnim .inp weivexLellent. This caused free
t-ollliif, the pressure on June belne epeclallv ureat
while actix-eliui lng of .Inly by Miorts held that oiv
tloncomparatil'l flrin subjuentlv ouu-idepolnu
rtrensthontHl and thern was a iwntal reeoery but
CiOM w a.-at declines of ic for May and Julv I5.c
for June aua isc for Aujni-t. No 2 red cash sic bid;
May MjtfS.'c, liOsinKSlc June 77vt,'TSjc. clolnu
77Kc bid. Jui 7"viw:7.)ic closincTiS. asked. aucusI
7jvt75xic closmu IAc a-kel.
COKN Finn and sllshtly letter. No J mixed
cah .1OV bid: May closed amafttc asked. Jnne
M-sC clolnK olUc bid; Amrua S3c closed Kc bid;
fceptember i!3?jSSTc closed .Kvc.
OA Ts May declined early but cloxd lettor. No.
2 cash rSk'C; May 2SS2;tKc clve-uiK Js?s,c; JuncSJtj
1 YE No.2.4Sobld.
HAY Scarce and stronger. "Prairie, $S CO20 OA
Umothy. $7 a.i.is PJ.
f LAX sEED-Quotalileat $1 45.
1 F.A I) Common aciixu at fS 40; reflne.1 otfered at
$3 42W and bid at Jfl 40.
ItARLEY Nothing doing.
UCTTLR-Dull but stetuly. Creamery, 2Sg
EGGS Fair, demand firm at 6jc-
COKN MEAL-Ixjwer. 17&1 si
WH1SKY-Sled. SI 02.
rROVlMONs Oulet, w&ik.
LAKD Prime steam nominallv 16 50.
lvansM City Live Slock.
KANSAS CITY, April 22.
The Live Stock Indicator reports.
CATTLE Receipts. 13U0: shipments, none, offer
ings mostly ordinary and market strong and active
for all class&i of beef steers. Good to choice corn
red, H tt)n4 :; coiumnn to medium, t WCZ'S W,
etockers and feeders, f, ftiiS ai; cows. $1 733 ft).
HOO-Receh.ta. t&V; sttipmenth. Ltlo Market
weak and 5c lower In man cmm 5,Uc low
cr, Ctood to choice, t 40S4 55, common to medium.
S4 204 -15.
MlfcEP Receipts. QZk shipment, none. Market
nrm. uood to cnoice muuoas, $1 rsai it;
common to medium, $2 Hfti 10.
Chicago Live Stock,
Chicago, April 22.
The Drovers' Journal report:
CATTLE Receipt. 8,000; shipments S500 Market
strong. 10O higher. Choice to extra beovea. fl (&
4 tfthteer. a:X34 15; stockers and feeders, 2 50
?A fib; cows, bulls and mixed tl 753 75; Texas steers
HOGSilecelpts. 18,000: shipments. 5,503. Market
slow. 5310c lower. Mixed g & &: heavy, tl 60
i M: light, S4 75S5 00: skips. f3 7o&4 ICO.
SHEEP-Recelpts. COOO; shipments 2(V)3. Market
stead v. NatUes 3 90ut5 35, vrestern corn fed 3 90
(25 30; Texans, H 00 4 GO; lambs, 706 10.
St. Louis Livestock.
St. Louis. April 22.
CATTLE-Receipts. 1000; shipments. 00. Mar-
rttc tA c nit
HOGS-Recelpts 3,500: Phipments 1.200. Market
steady. Choice heavy and butchers selections tl Tig
4 &y. packing, medium to prime, $4 504 Co: light
Grade-, ordinary to bet, XiJOIl 75. . .
SjHEEP Receipts 300U; shipments. loOO. Jlarket
firm. Fair to choice ti 03O4 SO.
RAILROAD TDOl TABLES.
NEW TIME TABLE CHICAGO, KANSAS b
ptock Island Route.
GOING NOnTH AND EAST.
'n 1 rnlorndo Snnncrs.
Denverand Pacific Coast
No 2 KanasClty, ! LouU
and Chicago ThrouEh
Vnll f.llH t ilallv
E 10 A M
No. 4 Kansas City.St Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. 02 Accommodation,
daily oxcept Sunday.....
No. 3 Kansas City.St Louis
and Chicago ex. dally...
No. 1 Kansas City, St LouU
and Chicago through
mall and ex. dally
No. CI Accommodation,
dally except Sunday
1 40 P M
H33 A 31
32 0 P M
C 15 A 1!
C 35 A JI
7 60 PM
Elegantfree reclining chair cars on all trains and
Pullman sleepers oa night trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked through to all points north, south,
eaH and west. City ticket office 200 East Douglas
aenue; pasenper station corner Douglas and
Mead avenues. C A. RcTunitFOHD.
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO R. R.
Going West, pass.
S15 P M
620 P M
Goin West. pass,
Going Eaat, pas-enger.....
it tti Tii.-nf nmcp 122 North Main street.
iv.y. "'"a -. .r-'"rr.' :
anu union ucpou ua& mcuu
' Kansas midland railway.
Going North, pas. fdally).
Going north, freight (trl
Going south, pass, (dally ..
Going south, freight (trl
SCO A M
City Union Ticket offlco 122 North Main street;
Unloa depot. Oak atreet.and Wabash avenue depot
WICHITA J WESTERN R, R.
Going West, pass dally...
Going West, freight.........
flnimr V.nst Tnft3 .....
4.00 P if
7:1S p m
10-.S6 A M
Going East, freight
iininn TirVi.t nfflen 122 North Main street, aud at
Union Depot. Oak street. W. D, Mobijock
D. H. Rhodes. Freight A Pass. agt.. U N Main.
Supt, cor 4tb and Douglaa.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FER.R.
NOUTIl AND KAST.
Colorado and California ex
press Chicago express
SOUTn ANU WEST.
4 50 PM
11 25 a M
b 10 P M
D 15 AM
11 23 a M
:... TT-i rr ii . ntnA 1 "Tfi XIln fctrftt.
and union Depot, near Oak street.
MISSOURI PACIFIC R. R.
Fort Scott, Kansas City, St
Loulsand eastern ex
Fort Scott. Kansas City, St
Louis and eastern ex
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex
Hutchinson, sterling and
Ilbtch., KanopolLs, Pueblo
and Denver ox
All trains run dally I
705 a M
255 P M
7 45 v M
11 S5 AM
8 05 PM
Depot Second and Wichita street; ticket office l-f
North Main street, E. E. lJLECKLEV,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
L. D. I. TOSH,
Attorney at Law 109 East Bouglasavenue.
1 A. KOHRBADGH,
Attorney nt Law. Attorney for 'ostern Collection
ITT1Q 1. M RD
iiUrOnU. HOOniH 1, O UUU t ' -.... waaw.
leet. Wichita. Kansas.
HAEEIS, HAERIS & VEEMLLIOff,
Attorneys-at-Law Ills, Main stieet second floor.
Attorney and Counselor at Law. 10J S. Main street,
Wichita, Kansas. d77
W. H. RAUOM
BEEDEHBAUGH & EAXJOH,
Atjomesand Couusellers at law. Roums Sand
at 2o5 North Main bt. vol "J 33 tf
HATTOff & EUGGLES,
Attorney at law. 1 letcher uuild.n,; upposlto Oc
E. B. Jewett. J- B. LANGWOKTHT
JEWETT & LA1IGW0ETHY,
Lawvers. Kouuts 2. 4 and o -U-i Nortu Main Ptree
lthit-i, Kansi-. tUOl-tl
John W. Adams. G. W. a Jones. Geo. W. adam
ADAMS. JONES & ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law, Oiac lirat swirway east f
Wichita National Bank. 11 i
U. C. SLCSS. . E. STANLKT
SLUSS & STA1JLEY,
Attorney at Law, Wichita. Kansas.
HUMPHREY & ALLEN,
Attorneys and Couilora-t Law. Olhce No Si
North Mam ktrU lli-tt
I. R. ILAXLOWBLI J.E. HUHK
Late U. S. AttorneT.
HALL01?nGLL & HUME,
Lawyer. 14-N Main street Wichita. ao. ja-t
tXiT. P. Caprkt.t jas. L. Drsa
CAMPBELL & DYES,
Attorneys-at-Law, Wichita. Kan. K-t.
D. A. MITCHELL,
Attorney at Law and collection agent. No. 14 Mala
trtet, Wichita. Kansas.
Money to loan on improved city pron-ortj-
by the S. L. Davidson Mortgage
Company in rear of Citizen' Bank.
DK. .MARY GAGE DAY,
127 South Main Street, and
DIL EJ1.MA CHEXAULT BDXTAN
Room 4.1. 213 N. Lawrence nve.
Office: 12T S. Main st. nouns J JS , u. -
Physician and Sunreon. Women', Children?' and
Skin Disea-es .1 specialty. Physician to the Wichita
Children-. Home. Oflice. Zlmmerlv block, room 6
to 15, flrt .loor. sake elevator. Oface Telephone, 11U,
residence 113 Consultation free. SS-tf
II M. C0XKLIX. M. D..
General Practitioner of Medic'ne. Surccrv, Gvnaec
olonrand Obstetrics. Particular iittont Ion civen to
chronic and private dlscies. cure of Piles. Fistula
and all d.sease of the ret tutu a specialty. OSlce.
room-. 7 and 15 Zlmmerlj Hlock, telephone lift resi
dence S s IjTence avenue. Office hours 9 to 12
a. in.; 1 to a and 7 to s j m. 117-tf
Eye, -:- Ear, -:- Surgery.
Room 17. Fechhelmer Building. 17
DR. G G FUflLEY.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
.. - OFWrK nVlDECK.
ol Ean Douslas A-e. ! 121S North Market Street
Professional Calls Attended Promptly. S3-tf
E E. BiMLLT0N M. D.
Specialties: Dia9 of the
Ftp, Ear, Noe and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting ciaso
C3ice l-'j N. MiTi.etsU lsraer
and Myers Ulocic
DR. H. RAXD.
Phvsirfan and Surson Oflce and residence. 516
orthUiw-rei.ce, Ttdephoae :SA dlC
Home for Ladie dnrinc Conftnenvent. Strlctlv nrf
vte when otrslred. I otters of lmjutry conUden
tlal and .msvreeU Iinmedinttrly ourpcwjpt of same.
711 South Ida avenue, Wichita. Kansas. dl-m
Fnr sale hv X W. Hnwn X- Cr. t;j.;.,
l.Elevatgr, telephone S5i. 'dlistf
J. C. WILSON,
Dntlst. All work csaraauad flrat-olasa, Offle
K X. Douglaa avanaa, OTr Bamaa A Son's druz
tore. Wlcaita, Kanua. al51tt
WICHITA " DEHTAL - INSTITUTE
Dentists Only fC.00 for a good set of tee h. One
halfnilce for all surgical operations without pain.
20 North Main street. llfitf
K. U. ilUNDYELLO,
Civil, Mechanical and Perspective Drawings. Office
rooms 25 and 26, Zlmmerly block. 107 tf
J. D. LYNCH,
Architect and Superintendent. Office, ro'oms 25 and
26. Zlmmerly block. ' 107 tf
DILM0NT & HAYWAED,
Architects and superintendents, lleiserman &
Myers Building ai N. Main Street.
0. . TEBBY
Architect and superintendent. Rooms 16 and 17
Bitting block. Wicnita Kans.
D. W. Smith. U.S. Houglaxb
SMITH & H0UGLAND,
Dentlsu. 22a . Douglaa aTeaus, Corner Law
rence, Wichita. Kan.
-. B. MoPHEESON,
Arcaltact,roomAi;'N Main at, Wichita, Kan
Architect. Room seagwick Oxuck, First street,
W. T. Pbocdfoot. G. W. Bibd.
PE0UDP00T & BLED,
Architecta and superintendents. OOlca in Felch
SHAFFER & MAHANE1',
Composition, Felt and Gravel Roofers. Roofing
Felt, Rooflnff Pitch, Roofing Gravel In car loads.
Corrugated Iron. etc. Office, 116 North Market st,
warerooms, 410 East Eighteenth (street, Wichita,
W, fl. Powers, practical piano tuner and repairer,
35 years experience, ana work fully warranted.
Orders left at Shaw's music house, 12U N. Main, will
receive prompt attention. 4i-tf
The Pbotoffraphsr. Picture in all sizes and styles.
He also oarrlaa the flneit assortment of plciura
framaa In the city. Sire him a friendly call and ex
J. M. PHILLIPS.
S. E. PHILLIPS.
PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS.
VETERINARY '-. SURGEON.
Graduates of Chicago Veterinary College; mem
bers of the Chicago veterinary Association.
The doctors ase prepared to do all kinds of veter
inary work, including canine practice, dentistry and
all surgical operations. Uood accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mall will receive prompt atten
tion day or night.
Oflice, 325 Eass Douglas Avenue. Tele
phone No. 3. 129-tf
Woman's Relief Corps, No. 40, Aux. to Garfield
Post, No. 25, moets ilrst and third Tuesdays In each
month la Garfield Hall at 20 p. m. Visiting mem
bers cordially Invited to attend.
Mus. M. W. HrJCKNEH, President.
Mrs, H. A. Stoner, Secretary, 85-tf
Throe hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. l'H t
Land Office Blanks.
Address the Eagle for the necessary
blanks to be used in filing on Oklahoma
land. Approved by the land commission -er:
prepared by Coop, the "Washington
land attorney. 12h'tf
Ft. Louts &8an Francisco Train Service.
The 'Frisco line are now running in thoir
morning and night trains free reclining
palace chair cars and Pullman palace
sleeping cars from Wichita to St. Louis,
without change. The 'Frisco is the only
line running two solid trains between
these points without change of any class.
Morning train now leaves Wichita at 10:10
a. in. arid evening train at 10:00 p. m. W.
L. Murdock, passenger and ticket agent,
122 North Mam street. Union depot and
Douglas n enue fetation. 37-t
"ElUworth Short Line."
(St. Louis & San Francisco Ry.)
Passengers for all points in Colorado,
Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada,
Washington territory and Oregon, should
travel via the Ellsworth Short Line. The
opening of this line gives to the traveler the
shortest and quickest route. Free family
sleeping cars Ellsworth to the principal
points in above territories without change.
For full information apply to W. D Mur
dock. passenger and ticket agent, 122 Not a
Main street. 3-tf
Blank abstracts for salo at this office
Abstracts printed to order. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. Address the
Wichita Eagle, Wichita. Kan. 75-tf
Philadelphia, July 28, 1884
Wichita Eagle. AVichita, Kan.
Gentlemen: We have seen one of your
Mortgage Loan Registers at the office of
the Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co..
this city, and shall be obliged if you will
eend this company one similar in all re
spects at your earliest convenience, and re
main Kspectfully yours,
A CONJUGAL REUNION.
Aunt Prudenco aiorpan Finds Har Hus
band After Thirty-One Years.
Tho logicians who argus that marriage is
a failure, writes a Charleston World cor
respondent from Versailles, S. C, can find
sturdy refutation hero in tho shape of
Uncle Green Morgan, seventy years of age,
who was to-day united in matrimony for tho
second time to the same woman, Aunt
Prudence, whose kinky black hair the snows
of sixty-eight winters have failed to whiten
or straighten, and this, too, after ach of
the parties had been married to others and
had raised families now grown. The story
is quite a romance, going back to ante
In 1S5S, during slavery, Prudenco Mor
gan, tho wife of Green Morgan, of this
place, was sold as a slave to a Louisiana
planter, separated from her slave husband
dd taken to a plantation in Louisiana.
Years rolled on, the war came and ended,
slaves were emancipated and peace came.
But Morgan never hcar of his wife, and
finally gavo her up as dead. He married
again and raised a family, now grown. Last
year the second Mrs. Morgan died. Uncle
Green began sprucing up, and it was whis
pered in the church that tho old man was
looking for a third wife. One day about a
month ago ho received a letter with a Texas
postmark. It proved to be from his first
wffe, who was sold thirty years ago as a
slave. She was alive and well and wanted
to join the old man, who, she had heard,
was still alive. She casually mentioned
that she had married a man named Brown
after the war, and they had emigrated to
Texas and raised u family. Brown had died
a few months before and the children bad
gone into the family business themselves.
Morgan at once wrote to Prudence to come
to him, and she arrived here last week. The
meeting of the old people was an ailecting
one. They started in to live together, but
to avoid complications concluded to have an
other ceremony performed, and this was
Keicmbiance ami DiSTrenoo
A pun i like a bank cashier.
No: only 'cause ii has its stock,
But that it's apt, in going c.
To generate a Utile shock;
Herein, tho". Is a dTereee,
To which your reason will assest,
The sun is often ennrped with shot.
The cah'cr vth t tv-72.;raet:t..
Simple Dlplitnerla car
A correspondent recommends tar smoke
for a diphtheria cure. His treatment is to
put a few drops of tar. like that used in
ship-yards, on a warm sxove-lid. and to re
quire the patient to inhale and swallow tha
smoke ten times a day for five minutes
each time. He has been invariably vq
GejBftU la bis experimecu.
"WE ARE OFFERING A
Screamer in Serim!
5,0C0iyards at 5;centa a yard.
Scotch and Dutch Linen Hollands, Choua
gwen, Opuquts, every length, for house and
Shade Rollers of all lengths.
Colored Scrim Curtains, 30 pairs at $1.00;
80pairat?1.6'J; limited quan Ity at $1.9S,
2 25, $2.50, $2.75 and S3.00.
Noitioghani8, Bargain Saie 20 pair at
$1.20, $1.25, $185, $1.15. These will catch
the economical buyer
Cheni le Portitrs, Turcoman Portiere, an
unusually choice line of Portiere, Empire
designs, Royal Ombres, Tuscans and every
thing that is new in the eastern markets at
prices very much below them.
The only complete line of curtain and
parlor poles in the west.
A complete line of rings, trimmings, etc.
We are Headquarters for Sash Draperies,
Chinas, Bilks, Pongeee, Swiss and Muslins,
Sah Rods, Trimmings and Fringes.
Our carpet stook is superb. Our pstterns
are ours exclusively. Velvet, Wittons, Mo
quittes, Body Brussels, only choice desighs,
the 8of test colorings, purchased with special
regard to shades and tints in house decora
tions. 200 pieces China Matting just received.
HussocusUpholstery Damask an 1 Carpet
Sweepers. We have the only Reliable Carpet
Rius Smyrna, Japanese and Oriental,
Beautiful de?ins in this line.
A great variety in art squares, all sizes. It
pays to trade at the
ican Settler's Gi
A Popular Exposition
1 Copy of The Guide
WEEKLY :-: EAGLE
1 TEAR FOR 11.00.
Public Land System
An notices of Employment or Situations Wanted
from one to flva lines, 25c per week, all notices over
Ave line will be charted for at the ra'e of Are
cents per line per week no notice taken for less
than 2a cents.
All For Sales, Help Wanted, For Kents or other
business notices from, one to five lines. SO cants per
week all notices over five lines will be charged for
at the rate of ten cents per line per week no notice
taken for less than 50 cents.
Tnrr.p waited matye.
WASTED 10 carpenters wages $2 to go to work
immediately: I man and wife on farm near
the cltv; 1 man and wire on farm 23 miles ont: 1 man
of family to take charge of diary: 1 gardner; 3 farm
hands; 1 dining room boy: 2 dlnuu: room girls: 2
women for housework, bltr wages. 2 women in
laundry. Call or address J. R. Ken worthy, room 6.
ODDoslie Carey hotel. 1S3 Ct
iXTED Coat makers; good wages and steady
work. Broggeman, t
reman, the tauor, -'it I .Slain st.
TVTAXTED 10 railroad men for extra gang, free
l T pass: transportation to Kingfisher furnished
for $3.10. Two teams for Oklahoma, 5 per day;
2 farm hands. IS; 2 dining room boys, fa per
week: 2 hooe girls; 1 man cook. SSL All parties
wanting help of all kinds to leave their address with
W. S. Cook, the emplojmentman, 422 E. Douglas,
room 3. IU5 6
WANTED An experienced runner for a hotel.
Enquire at Hotel Richmond. 411 E. Douglas
ave. 130 o
WAN! ED At once: One good coat maker and
one good pants and vest maker. Will pay It.
K. fare from Wichita to this ton . H. I Hartlelt
ner, Kingman. ls6i
"7"ANTED Gentlemen who aro Interested in
T business education, short hand or telegraph!
to call at oflice southwestern Business College.
Night school re-opens Oct. tirst, 7:30 o'clock, tn
trance to night school CU E. Douglas are. V tf
XI7"ANTED A situation for boy of 16 on farm or
Y any place where he can be useful. 43S N Jlar
"ANTED Good girl at 727 N Lawrence.
ANTED Nurse girl, 11 to 1C years old. R. H.
itoys. liii i awrence ave. Joan.
IV ANTED A girl at No. 1017 N Lawrence. Mrs,
V W.F.Green. 13a bt
"VANTED 0ne cod dining loom girl. Call at
Slade & Ackerman's giocery, 31S E Douglas
avenue. 13a U,.
H ANTED A girl for general housework. No
wasijing. Apply at 4io t, uougias avenue.
TTrANTED Girl to do general houseworc; must
t know how to cook. Inquire at 233 Nortli Main
ANTED Dining room girls at Rock Island
depot and Llnuell Hotel. 13S-6X
WANTED A good experienced girl for general
housework In a small family; German pre
ferred; call at 230 S. Topefca ave. liWIt
WANTED A good girl to take
Inquire at 4J5 N. Fourth st.
r ANTED A good girl to take care of children.
WANTED Ten experienced basque makers;
good wages; steady employment. Apply to
Mme Chambers at the iashion, 'Mi N Main street.
"WANTED A girl that understands general
V housework and Is not afraid to -w ork. Inquire
at Gil s Market.
WANTED Situation as bookkeeper clerkship
oro..celady. Address J. B. W. Eagle onice,
7"ANTED A position by a young lady to do gen
erai nouseworK. Appiy ni.ca a Jt.in porta.
T7AJCTED A 'alddle agwl lady and her little
i boy wants a situation .'is housekeeper. No ob
Jectlon to a country place, it. S. M 5J2 E. Douglas
a e. I.iO Gi
HOMELESS WOMEN Homeless women out ol
employment will And a shelter cheaper thau
at any placu In the city oy coming to tho Faith
Home, 115 Pennsylvania uve., one door north of
" WANTED AGENTS.
WANTED AGENTS In every city town and
vlllngo In the United States (except ,n
state of Kansas) to take subscriptions. Postmasters
can make money. No capital requlrod. SamPl
copies free. Cash commissions: money can be mad?
by getting up clubs. Address the Wichita Eale.
Wichita, Kan. 71 tf
AGENTS WANTED-In even- city and town Id
the United States (oxcept in state of Kansas) to
sell to lawyers; Just the book every lawyer needs;
endorsed by lawyers everywhere; sells. it sight; no
delays necessary, as book can be delivered when
tale is made. Applicants must bo able to furnish
reference wben required. Full particulars free
Address tho Wichita Eagle. Wichita, Kan. 71-tf
WANTED Renters for 3 or 4 furnished or unfur
nished rooms with use of bath room. Can bo
used for light housekeeping. Apply at 1023 N. Em
poria ave. las C
WANTED-Stock to pasture. Good food, living
water. Now Is the time to get a good place
for your horse near town. Call on or address S. H.
Reynolds, hO Ohio ave. Wichlt.L 1S5 GJ
7"ANTED To rent S-room hous on Waco avenue
inquire sjs .n water street, or u. , Roj es.
TrANTED Merchandlne and live stock In ex-
change for Kansas land or Wichita proiwrty.
N. F. N'lederlander & Co. dlJ4 tt
antei Two 50-lnch bicycles; mutbo cheap;
i also t o 52-inch w heels: Also have customers
for bicycles of ull sizes. Call or address H. IL
Everest, 2W2 Mentor avenue, west sld. dl34 U
TTTANTKD-A good second-hand Are-proof safe;
TV size about 'JxbO or 22x34 inside measurement
Address Geo. L. Prat.t corner rlrstand Lawrence.
WANTED-To sell stock of groceries Good lo
cation and good trade. Keason for selling, want
to go to Oklahoma. Or would taea good 'partner
with taiti to iU0 and move grocerles to Oklahoma,
Address C. C. Eagle office. dl3l Gtt
"WANTED Cattle to pasturo I have goodiencea
pasture for 5u0 head of caitle from May 1 to De
cember 1, on tho Kansas stale line, ten miles west of
Caldwell, Kan. at 25 cents per head per month.
bte'r cattle preferred. Call on or address Wulter
E. Treadweli, Anthony, Kan. dl3J 3t
rAN'TED-25 Boarders at the Oklahoma House.
V 250 North Main street. Board SJ-00 per week. 2U
cents per meal. Give usa call. d!34 fiU
l? ANTED Suite of rooms and board within
T V four block of corner Main and Douglas by a
young lady; address giving location. IL D. J.. Eagle
office. Ul 3t
WANTED To rent a Ave or six room cottage,
furnished or unfurnl-hed. In the north part of
the city and east of Main st. rent must be rcison
anie. Apply to Hal, care Eagle 133-ti
"WANTED The man who borrowed a Jimmy
from G. Johnson contractor at tho V. 31. C
A. building last summer to return It Immediately to
tho Y. 31. C. A. building. G. Johnson. d 132-tl'
WANTED All persons desiring cellar ftoort
cemented to call on J. K. Flow er A; Co.. J0a N
3Ialn street; all work guaranteed. 133 tf.
"WANTED All persons desiring Portland Cement
y i wnlkmade to call on J. E. Hower.fclo., J6N.
iialn street; all work guaranteed. 132 tf.
VANTED To rent at once a good modems or S
I room cottage w ith good location and grounds,
state rent, not to exceed tla. Address A. .., P. o.
jvichita. 131 6
"r?V"rT7 171 A map of Oklahoma, siz j4xS6
JD Jl JlJQi inches snowing in colcrs the land
owned by the different Indian tribes thatlthoU. s.
government Is to purchase and throw open to set
tlement, shows the original territory of Oklahoma,
with the disputed lands of Greer county: shows also
the railroads, streams, trails, etc. This map will
be given free to all tew jearly subscribers to the
WEEKLY EAGLE, or to those who pay op their
arrears and tuvanc their sab-ciiptlon to
the Weekly Eagle for one year. Map will
not be given to subscribers whose jnbcrlptlcni aro
now paid up, and applies only to those subscription
received since 3!arcn 1, ls. Will be alven free to
those who advance their prvent subscription one
year. We aNo have these maps for sale at 50 cnt
each, by mail, po-.ta.ge prepaid. Addrets. TH8
WICHITA LAGLE, Wjchlta. Kansas.
"WANTED A hoae of four or Ove rooms, cen-
trally located with stable for horse and bugvy
Addre Renter. 515 E. Douglas ave. 130
"WTANTED A gocl young driving horc for faxn-
11 sttf. Will pay cash. Call at roosu 1 and 71
Fourth National bunk. 120 i
WANTED The ladle, of Wichita to know that
3irs, Mary Barnard has jut received her jprtn.?
Waist. I amiureIcinpliMyMi,as I nohv H
colors and sue. al-o ice gauxelor nmmrr. abo i
new waist, cadrd the Everyday, la SI11. wtlch
ells on Wt All orders by mail will receive
prompt attention Parlors ax-ta to Ijuii- in the aft
ernoon. Makv Bawaud. sole Agsnt.SC NJfaia
TTTQTAPV or OKLAHOHA-OKlfA- j
JLLJlO l Ull X hom politically a&d
topograpmcauyaeftcnosa. a niiiory and guide 10
tne Indian territorr. Iilu.-trated wfch mj.y earrav.
ing. Accounts of the diSerf'ftt attempt of the
fcoosnr to Ie the coaatry telocrAstlc!
i.r-tcn of Catc David L. PaTne. W C tViii.
Wu H- Osbom aid others. A complet' gideU
UT a man auboahed o !& howa the oricical
boomer tral , hecucg azd &&. ground, wagss ;
roads, treatle. etc 2cty bound wiib paj-T batk I
Price. iOc eaca. a xji.ui- jlb we inu
send by mall pre;Ad. the HISTORY OF OKLA
HOMA, together with a saap of Oklahoma pslilh.
ed Feb Vs& Itt35 hoin la color. ;is orlsiCAl
county of Oklahoaia. lands owned ,by im f-rerxl
Mreams. raliroad. c. ittEii by pnwtoOce ordT
rvglster tetter crexprt order. Addresn:
" THE WICHITA EAGLE.
T 4 A7rrTTT-EVKRY yOSTMA-XTER J
f iN I f. LJ in the SUUe of aax to j
take sub-crlslwus lar tfcr Weeily CairSe. A colored
wita every N'EW yeariy nbcruer. PotsaAter
im& tor lArms; sow U th ttaw la Bxake rsacttj The
asp U 2431 tact, tad ttwt oasaplet ?
OVUhoma. that fea UsBa paMJ.ld. Addrea, TH E
"WTAJTrED Local manager. 11,000 a year, per
il manent position. No soliciting or peddling.
Apply by letter to J. Stephens, General Manager.
227 Alain street, Cincinnati, Ohio. dW-3m TT5
TirANTED Desirable city property which owners
t t will sell cheap for cash; list it with us if you
want to sell; parties navlng mortgages due or about
to be foreclosed are requested to call and see us.
Money to loan on improved property. Baldridge fe
Hubbard, 23 N Main street. 132-Ut
TVANTED TO TRADE-330 vacant lots In Wlch-
f lta: well located, clear of encumbrance, for
stocks of merchandise. Address with particulars. C
G. Conn, Wichita Kans. 123 lcao
"TTT'A'NTED We have pasture for 100 hordes ad
TV joining thecity, shadeaad water In abundance
W F Green, dI21 tf
T?on SALE Very reasonable. Vacant property
-T In the north part of the cltv on easy ttrms, and
If desired will loan money to build for purchasers
to occupy. For further particulars apply to liOS
Rochester avenue between the hours of to 9 a. m,
12 to 2 p. m. and 6 to S p. m. T&6
T?OR SALE-A barbenshop located at TtBEOak
X 8t. consisting of 2 barber chairs. 2 mirrors. 2
stands, stove, barber pole carpet, lamps, coat
buckets and other articles, for Sou. worth ?.a: apply
at SOU E Oak st. !
OR SALE Dogs. Docs. Dogs Spaniels,
sheDhercs. Tmirs. buildocs. and bloodhounds.
will al! rhM n a I inTAnrt In rlrrcri IM1L XV business.
Abo have rabbits, Guinea pigs and Terms. Call at
233 South Emporia aveaue: llrs. iiary McConnell.
OR SALE Abstracting Books have been care-
rnll v mmrarwl tn dati, And all rfirrtVt- Am Un
der bond to give yon good ork. Come and see me.
E. I. Spencer, room 2US Sedgwick block. dl34 6ij
T70R SALE OR TRADE Fhave for sale ortrnde
JL for unencumbered Wichita property one-half
section of heavily timbered Missouri land one
fourth section of Kingman county land, oue-fourth
section of Barbour county lan'C and do acres of
Sed wick county land, eight mile from Wichita.
W HI give bargains . E. A. Dorsey, 201 Main street.
POR SALE OR TRADE-Furntture. carrots, bed
ding, comprising the complete out tit of a well
furnished room; alo tine Ubrarv of standard work;
room to rent. Address ii. Fletcher building.
T?OR SALE Gentle driving horse and top buggy
X for sale at u. great bargain: also n f resti flrst.class
milch cow. A bargain for anybody desiring to in
vest in this line. Call at Smith .fc Stover's, or at
630 Campbell avenue. West Side. 133-6i
F)R SALE Must be sold at once. Handsome set
of bed room furniture. New White sewing ma
chine, stoves and a lot of other household goods.
Apply 227 S. ilarket st. 133-6
T?OR SALE Three good wall tents, eachvTOx 45 feet.
JP 16 ounce weight. Call on E. F. Casad. 420 S.
FOR SaLE Oklahoma maps Accurate numbered
sectional maps of the Oklahoma country ror
talent room 26 Zlmmerly block, Wichita, Kan. 6ao
each by mail. 131 6t
170 R SALE A No. 1 Oklahoma rle a gooil bay
: horse.and spring wagon. Sedgwick barn. No. 1
N. water st. UliM
"?ORSALE A first class span of heavy mules
-L reasonable. First class in every way. Call at
72a N. 31aln .st. 130 6i
FOR SALE The Ptltes Brothers homestead with
two acres of iTnd. Would trade for a good bus
iness lot. N. F.NlederlanderJb Co. ISOtJt
OU SALE A south frontlot with newtwo story
brick, on Douglas avenue, is,uw. N. . iicr
FOR SALE Chep A large Are and burglar
proof Dieboid & Norrls bank safe with Snrgent
tV: Greenleaf time lock, also a lot of bank counter
railing. Address J. Q. Adams. Pratt, Kan. dl2S 24t
FOR 8ALV Span of six and seven year old native
bred mules, kind, thoroughly broken and great
roadsters. Alto set of harness, two-seated spring
wagon aud square box end spring top buggy. Royal
Spice Mills. Wichita. Kan. dUW-tf
I70R SALE Cheap Three flrsi-clas tenpln
. alleyo. Address J W Clayton, 7W south 31urket
street Wichita. Kan. dm tt
rOR SALE Furniture, carpets, etc.. of a 5 room
house, well located less than 5 blocks from Main
and Douglas, cau rent the house cheap, furniture
all new. A. J. Edgworth, room 12, Oetto block.
FOR SALE-Eqnltles In good improved land in
Kingman. Barber ana Comancho counties",
mortgaged lightly aud all back tax and interest
E aid up. Here is a chance for speculation A.J
dgeworth, room 12. Getto block d!19-tf
FOR SALE The Park drugstore at the Burton
Car Worfcs; doing a good business Small
capital required. Call at once at the Park Drug
Store, North Wichita Kail dllOtf
I?OR SALE At 42 1 N Topoka 1 riding and driving
A pony, good cook Move, baby buggy, rocking
chairs, extension table, brtls. springs and mattress
gasoline stove, oil cans cooking utensils tubs, f rull
Jars, etc., etc Those articles will be sold cheap
call and see them. HS-tt
I70RSALE Cheap for cash, one three draft arm
, Tuftiiso.ln fountain: four ten gallon and one
fourteen gallon copprr founts, also one generator
all In line working order. Paul Jones & tu, US
Douglass avenue, d 114-tf.
FOR SAI.E-Good office safe; weight 1.200, or will
trade for a larger one. A J. Edge worth room
12, Getto block. 10S tf
7iOR SALEGood horse and light delivery wagon
? Call at Wichita Art Gallery. No. ll N. Main
street, over old New York store. luJ-tl
J70R SALE OUTRADE-Owlng to business Intor
. ests In another locality demanding m attention
1 oiler my entire hnck and delivery natron outfit.
ionsiting of 20 horses, 4 hack. 2 delivery wjtgow.
1 two-seated open carriage, i set harnos. and all
the nceo-.sury material required to run a Ilrst-ciaso
llery aim hack Darn for Kile or trade at n hirgalu.
The party purchasing can secure a lease to tho stable
It desired at very satU.'tctory terms.
1 am also oHerlng lot No. PJ on south Fourth ave
nue In English's 3rd addition at a price that will
Justify any body to purchase who wants Inside prop
erty. O. A Foye. 321 West Douglas a'e. 1W tf
J70R SALE-Eggs lor settings, from rrlze stock of
" Light Brahmas Prlte for setting of Uegirs, IL.
Chickens also for sale In season Call or address
Wm. Jouea, Riverside, Wichita, Kansas. d.stf
J70R SALE A flret-class a H. P. upright engln
i and boiler. Has been out of the shop only a
short time and only used a part of that time. Better
than a new one. having bton tested. If sold Imme
diately will sell at a bargain. Call at the Lugle
counting room. "li-u-
FOR SALE Mosler safe, medium size, doubt
doors, eood as new. Clump, easy terms. L. L.
Newcomb druggNt. 307 K Douglas ave, Mtl
FOR SALE Scale books, short han-J writers note
books, blanK receipt ant note books and legal
blanks of every kind. Mall orders promptly attend
d to. Call on or address tho Wichita EaoLe, Wlch
. Kan. 0tf
TTOR SALE One pair of mitre gears, mortise gear
J. is 23.52 diameter 4U face, pinion '&tt dlmrter
., two face each with 2 H set screws cored 2 inchei
Vl and 41 teeth: fv 111 sell cheap, never been use.'; cost
Jliwlll sell lor oa casn u uvxen toon
Call at th
POR RENT A large pleasant room. Hot and
cold water and bath privileges on ?am floor.
Board in house. Inquire at 237 N Market ntnet.
FOR RENT Well furnlshwl rooms, with Jioard.
can be had at 343 North Topekaave. dlg4 6t
FOR RENT Tw o nicely furnished room one on
ground floor w 1th out-lde entrance, sellable lor
one or two gentlemen. Reference required. 401 V
Topeka at enue . d!34 6t
I?OR RENT Elegantly furnished front room,
. eastern exposure, with bath, with board for a
gentleman and wife or two gentlemen at Jft Fan
nie avenue, two blocks south of Douglax. Prln- 9
per week. Call or address R. an above dl3. Ct
J ?OR RENT Two unfurnished room, connecting
iarlor; desirable location. Inquire at 1 N.
Topeka avenue; dU4 tit
TTIOR RENT A large furnlshod or unfurnlhd
JP room to one or tw o centiempn. near to business
center. Inquire at 317 North LawTcnce avenge.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front room on
first floor, south front, very plraant locality
aud ciose to bulne'; Ijoard If desirrd; al-n n. large
barn for rent, larg'-pnouph to accommodate 6 or 8
horses. Inquire at 1) w Williams and Water.
T"'ORRENT Two nicely furnbhHl rooms with or
JL' without board. Withoot board II Vr montli.
with board 4J0 per wek. 442 N. Market. ISl 12i
FOR RENT Outride rooms nkwly famisbtd.
large, clAn and cool for hot weatlwr. Mo in
lde roomn well furnished with gool deaa lU,
vry raeap. Call at No. 2SI N. iialn (CUrmtit build
ing) room 10. W
1TOK RENT Room with iouth and et expos
ure. !.' North TopekA. drtStt'
JU nthd offlceand sleeping roonvi at llwO to MtfO
irwet Gandolfo Hoitt, bulkltcg outrage W N.
Slain st d4-tf
FORRENT-Goodofacea wim prftt light a&
ventilation, in Uw Sgwlcjc a lw a t vz
month. Apply atoO.e.No.2UJ.eooad Swrt" P. J.
Collins, acent. -
70R RENT-A tw-ory C-rfom sou a Ilewiu
lsaTpnoe. Low rest to good laittt. For further
information call on li. L. Grrn. bniot ewinty
boiWing dU4 U
TpOR RENT-FcmWied hoci- urn rooaw, luh !
,wm Kiif x n.-! cll WAf r - . lll Korth Em- i
corla avenues Refarenoe rvrtlrtnL dJ2J !
"IOR RENT --One J rtetx hc-: 4 oars. PlxU
room hetrt in Or"jwic. by 3. Z. iio5rey 4
hoa. H E DoiU ar dl tf
TTOR REN f-A Ux-rwuB hosvs amtt of ly-Bea
A andhtr-. bady to ret car. Ufin
li. M&rrboa. Z6 SlarxM t. dfJT-tf
J?OK RET-Th TjAoura. fsj a ako
A frost rwisa la ti The Nw iUmltr V-jUdt
" Main. NortA of vtc Occldeai ioti. Jjr-1
meat maraei InUnr iM tt
"T?OR REVTarelso toSssS FeUlc.op
A: poaile fcaota. Y UrtUU. dpo- B. V HeaJy, Q
XL ljzgix Ave. i-tf
FOR TKADK-Krait tJk r"dx- II nrz
and UtMs&eat. laxttA BLUSlel ad crxm. l&t.
sac ta bssfSU tmit rwaa. ijot aaa ccAA -tr;
tsaruii wtBirdUrfaivft. 'tt. ptrr,
bvnrrr, tort rmm aad twi ba fl in bator
Otrtd oretarl, xry aad raaa irsa. YU ers
otaJ as4 ttSe tfr-, JerV fcarfe aad errtn?
hc-i- iirf 's.hx cojtiialMirr. 1 p Itttsmt.
town 05 5!m1.'P rJTo- wius 5 arrtw iA tAyAu-fas-
two rlxdc g?rai Uu. etwtrtf.
'Alii Irxdf lea-azr MJTf, ez tmvrtffpi t
tfOi&dw-.SMi; atii-'ti:laiar" f3-rlin, E.
W. Ones, in X ibfci M Kfcq
Fm TRADE CSMm ke em ti Jtii-4
Tfrrr tar a rsal4es ts WfcaA. '. 1", lr-
POR TRaDEAH grades of cigars for lands and
-C other property; correspondence sollclW. lack.
box a. Wichita. Kan. t31 6j
T?OR TRADE A good business lot in Omaha for
Jd a residence in Wichita. N.F. NiederlanderJb
T?OR TRADE Gilt edge inside, unencumbered
Js real estate In Wichita for well selected Kock of
boots and shoes: might consider other merchandise.
R. H. Roys. 219 Eat Douglas ave. dl2at
FOR TRADE A 0CL second mortgage fLHB,
arstmortnase, lOtCWOormore cigar. Nice resi
dence in Keokuk, low a: also one in Peon. Ill: MO
acres heavy timber land In northern Tennessee; KM
acrea fine land la Wisconsin, and lots of other prop
erty. Call and see me. A. J. Edgeworth. room li
Getto block. dll-tt
R mrm AVfiE rhoice land and cJtr property
-T for Uve stock or mortgage securities? no money
required. James P. ilead. Kingman. Kan. dJJ-tf
TO .EXCHANGE Choice improved Wlchlt
property for a farm, also want merchandise.
all kinds: horses, cattle, farm implement, bugicte.
ranche. win trade clear lots, some money or nouso
rentforgood plato. OWe full particular. Address
x- noer, care carrier .no. 3, jcuua. aao. -.
FOR EXCHANGE To traders nd everybody els
The Kansas abstract agency will furnish you
abstracts 10 any lands la the itate of Kansas; also
diagrams, descriptions and estimates of value
Kansas Abstract Agency, rooms 1 to . No 137 N
Market at.. Wichita, Kn J. P. Wheeler, manager
TO LOAN-Bank Rates Monev loaned at hank
rates on strictly bank security, or collaterals,
one year oriels, lu any amount. Investigation and
correspondence solicited. Room 52s, tM.lwlc
block. dlS4 &
MONET To Joan on Improve! ctty property and
farms at lowest rate; also chattel loans on pi
anos furniture horses cattle etc, in amounts from
$10 upwards- W. T. Nash, over 110 N Mala street
MONEY TO LOAN- to months, on chattels'
D M Klrkbrlde Jt Co, Rooms I and 2, au N
3laln street. d3S4t
"WANTED Money to loan on furalrure, plan on,
t orgaas, horses, males, wagons and any Kind of
chattle security at loweat rates, Wichita LoanOo
No. 13a N Main, office over Fourth National Bank,
rooms 1 and 2. 63-tf
T ANTED Totuakeome first class city ioan
for lx or twelve months. Kansas Loan aa '
Investment Co.. ever Wichita National bank Uh
"WANTED Borrewen for money oa first men ..
gag on f arnu. If you want to renew Tout
old leans at a low rate or Interest call on us. Yttca
ta Banking Co-No. 118 W Dougla ave. tatwUt
XJ ANTED To lend money at C pel cent on farms
T V und improved central city property on long
time at ti per cent and a reasonable commission. No
diay where the title Is good. J. K. Humphrey a
YVTE-Borrowers for moner; we place mono?
l V at the lowest rates on all kinds of chatul .
curity loans, and also on second mortgagee on farma
Wichita Banking Oo No. U Wst Douglaa ave.
LOST Bunch of keys uear the Monarch Billiard
hull hist night. Finder please return them to
cigar iarlor of 3ionarch and get reward. O. P.
Bailey. 153 t
STRAYED A black ui.ire about 14 hands high, the
Under will be liberally rewarded by reportjsuf
or leaving at 121 s Lawrence a. 131 0
STR4.YED A large light red c"v, on Sundaj
morning tho 11 th. Win myUbertUly for her re
turn to 232 Wabash ave. A.ttldwcll. 1.0 (S
STORAOiJ For housrhold goods or tnercbaadls'
boxed or loose. It you have any gooda to tor
bring them to tho Wichita Storage Co, No. Hi We
Douglas avo. 1-IX
In the DLtrict Court or Sedgwick county Kano.
Emily Alcott, plaintiff.
EdwanlG, Alcott, defendant.
Bv virtue of my authority an receiver tn the above
ortltledactlou I will on the fTth day of prll,
1SS-.'. at 10 a. in. iU the door uf tho court houso
In tho city of Wichita, Knnvis. offer for
sale to the highest bidder at n m not les
than S,0UU, the following described rd tvtale.
hltunte In Sinlgwick county. Kanaa. vl
Lo; is: on ilaln street. In thw orUlp.al town of Wich
ita, as shown by the rectinled plat thereof. The
terms of sale will bo one-half cahh and one-half in
one year at 6 per cent Interest. B,ibjictt6 the eoa
flrmatlon of the court. JAMEs L. DYER.
Dated .March 23, . Receiver,
Encravetl GALLING cards nt tha
"SVichiUt EAGLE oflice. d03 tf
Cardu, Weddtuj; InvtU
tioub. Luncheon Cards
Menu Curds, Party In vita-!
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k I'iis, x rutiru 1 xiuiv
eraphdatt co Wichita Eagle oflico, YVleh
Only t23 round trip to Denver, Pueblo
and Colorado&pruigs, aud M5 M round trip
to Salt Lnko and Ogden, via the Missouri
Pacilic railway, the now short line. Pull
man aleepera run through. 120t
This oflice is prepared to furnish all tho
blanks which are uicd in connection with
proving up homesteads 111 Okluhorua. W
ue Coop'.s blanks, which are the only
blanks urinted that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
A Good Place to Kat
Spurgin's Bullet, $02 Kant Douglaa. 123tf
Enfaaved CALLING cards nt th
"Wichita EAGLE otlice. dtB tf
Oa and after March 10th the car leaving
First and Main street at 10:11) p. ni. will not
po throuch to Fairmouiit, only on Satur
day and opera nic'iis. or when there i 5 or
morn to po. Wichita fe SL'uaitnA.v It. IC
Lee Tatloh, Manager.
March 8, 'SU. dfl7-tf
Freereclfnlnpctiaircara are now runnlnp;
on all trains on the C, K. & K. railway,
"Rock Inland Route," between Wichita,
Topska, Kausaa City, St. Joseph. Chlcaa
St. Louis. 'j tf
7hrousn Car Scrrlf, Wichita 10 Kanaae City
Tla the Santa 1 Rout.
The Atchihon, Topeka & Santa Fo hava
now in their nipht tram irvlce leaving
Wichita at V:'M v. m.. the Iutit.it and niot
approved pattern of free n-clinlns chairs
1 hese car will be run daily. In addition
to thin, Pullman service ou morning train
from Newton, and through Pullman car
daily on tho '.'-50 p. ru. tniln to KaniCki
City. Atchison and fat. Joseph.
W. ) Mcmrxc.
Pass, and Ticket Agent, 1" North Main
street, Union Dopot and Donpla arenu
Enpraved CAJOLING card. at th
Wichita EACLK oflice. d63 tf
V ast Train to fru Ijdm and the lUst rla
lllnoarl Patfie U'r
Composed of tlaj coachen, elegant fr
recluiinp chair cans, und Pullman aleepen,
leaves Wichita at 1I.S& a. in. rufii
through to St. Iyuls no! id, arrtrlnj; thjri
at 6i40 a. m., next day. Tnl U one and
one-half hourwiukker than any other Un
running both reclining cbtr car and
Pullman (deepens from liero through with
outcbanse. City ticket oflice 147 Wain
E. E. BLECKLEY.
d!40tf Pm and Ticket Aeat.
RnV reirftr for mi!o at tbii offlen.
Orders by mall will receive prompt U"U
tion. Audr&ajt the Wlcbit KiGLt, Wich
ita, Kan. . 75-tf
r.nKravpa ana pnaiea Lu.'toiiw;'
cards at the WichlU KaCLZ ofUce. dCS tt
Enzrav aad priDtl LFNCHEON
cards at the Wichita EAGLE ofJUe. dC3 tf
MAS ewl OUCctM, fjj
Bcboolt Ck.nrjfe, c, CIUn4
Carria In (.! a AsjOSSTtl
rarat Card at ail kisd. Bendt.
tc.t LItbocrapLwl ad Prtaid i t&i
Wleblu E-iCLE ofitoo. WfotlUk. K&nm.
Tbl ofSce J prepared to f uraUh znandl
wrappT's is pirsn and qoxntitit to ai
rmrcbar, jtut eheap a.i aay bouae la
the Unitl Htabesi. Order by null prompt
ly attended ta AAdr
The WiarrTA Kxotz,
Vedilg aod Party IcvIUt4oa, D
KravwJ or print., at tb WJcbta Kaous
oSUx. cc tf
Tfce Texa train, formerly Ifarla WJb
lta at h&i p. in., sw depart nl 112s a i .
nnd rrtarolax anive t Wwfelc. it igA
p. m. instead fft 'Jdl The trabta will
carry :b Texa nialis. PaMsaser nw
have tt ejtrtiia!ty to th b-auUfl
IndUtt Territorr and tb comluz tte of
Oklalioaia, st cite ride will b la itHj;i
ihtongih &t j-ctlos o couatry. c&U
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