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Sfcc Witfttta )a,JIe,: frifeigrptflttig, ctotree 18, 189.
FLNAKCE MD COMMERCE.
"Wichita Idvo Stock Market.
Furnished for the Eagle bv Eldridgo & Camp
hell, live stock commission merchants.
Wichita Oct. 17.
Kecelpts, S3; shipments, none. The market was
steady on all crudes and all offerings were readily
soia. we quote
Native shipping steers
Native butchers steers......
Native feeding steers
Choice coup and heirers .
Common to medium cows..,
Bulls and stags
SIM S2 30
2 75 3 N)
a 35 2 70
, 2 25 C2 50
1 10 (il 50
1 45 6.1 a
125 1 60
Receipt. R71. The early market was steady but
after the flrt round the market brokw about 5c
from yesterday's prices and closed steady at the
decline. We quote:
Choice lli;ht. lflUKfl pounds 3 92JS3 97
Light mlJ.ed. 2'HViilO pounds j S3 3 92!
Heavy raised. 250500 pounds 3 80 fo3 S7
Stock hogs 2 75 (23 00
Kough old stt-s and atsgs 3 00 3 0
"Wichita Grain Market.
Furnished by J. W. Hawn & Co.. grain and com
Wichita. Oct. 17.
WHKAT No. 2 soft 61(aG2c; No. 2 hard COStfc; No.
CORN No. 2 white 2021c; No. 2 mixed 17lSc;
OaT: New No. 2 white 14(3,15c: new No. 2 mixed
11 YE No. 2. 22&23c; No. S, 20 S 21c
Wichita Produce Market.
Furnished by Oberle, Hoslck A. Co.
U -H Y t I T i .. WICHITA, Oct. 17.
HIDSS-jjOreec t&46&$A0: greaa 'Balt,t3 0055 00;
dry salii!5itcj?gieo pelts; Wi.7Jc.drj: pelts 7
TALLOW No. 1 prime t,c: No. 2. 3fc
MABKETS BY TELEGBAPR
New York Money.
New Yore, Oct. 17.
Honey on call stringent, ranging from C to 10 per
cent; last loan at 8 pet cent. Closed offered at fa per
Prime mercantile paper j14Gu.
Sterliiip- exchange quite, steady at ti E2 for GO day
bills. 1 fciWj for demand.
Mock were unsettled and the close was weak at
the Ion est figures of t. e day.
'Ihe total bale of stocks today were 191.60S shares.
4 coupons 127
4!s coupons 105K
l'aciflc of 1)5 113
Missouri i 101
Chicago & Alton 127
Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy llFt$
Lake Shore r j..l(hj
Missouri Pacific foH
Northwestern 11 Pi
New York Central 10CJ..
Rtadlng , 44
Itock Island ex. div 97H
Union Pucihc Gt&
Western Union bti
Chicago Grain and Produce.
CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 17. Early wheat rul
ed quiet and barely steady then becamo
weak with prices declining: c, rallied
rather sharply under good buying gaining
c, ruled easy and closed about the same
A moderate business was reported in
corn. The feeling was easier. The mark
et opened a shade belof the closing quota
tions of 3-tstorday, changed but little and
closed ic lower than yesterday
A weaker and lower market was noted
for oats. Offerings Were free and prices
leceded i(frc, May being the weakest.
A fairly active trade was reported in
pork; prices irregular, the market closing
at about inside figures.
A little more interest was manifested in
lard, prices were advanced 2'(3,5c, but
settled back again, closed quiet.
Tho markej for ribs attracted little at
tention, prices ruled 37c higher for Oc
tober. The leading futures ranged as follow s:
o S S
AltTICLES. g C
n f : :"
December. t2h fc2Jf, 82' fi2V4
Year. I S0!
May 85M iwtf 85 S5K
No ember.""""! :.i Ji 3oj"i ifi'i
December : ni
May. K 3 32 3:1
Xo ember. 1SH ISM 1$-I 1'
December. 15J I VJ
May 2J 2S 21 21
November.. 0 40
Yoar 9 50 9 50 9'i '.125
Jnnuary. 9 50 9 5JJ4 9 45 9 47
Noember... 5 95 fi !l!
Year 5 87M 5 B7H
January 5 VO 6 90 5 676 5 10
November 4 S2U 4 90 4 S!&i K
Jnnuary. 4 TJit 4 id
Cash quotations were as follows:
WIIIIAT bprinc bOhUSOJii'c; No. 2 red SOHOSOKc
I1ARLEY- Nomina', GJc.
FLAX SEED-H ld...
PORK l(l 75311 00.
SHOUT KIHS AND SIDE-S-8r 1CKJ5 40,
SUOt kDKIfs-Dry lilted 4 25(3 4 50.
hlluUT t Li:AR lDEb-5 SJtfS tK.
AVI1ISKY-$1 02. .
SUGAlte Cut loat,bJ,c; Kranulatcd, 7$c; stand-ntdA.Tific.
AUTICLKS. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat. 131,000 24.0HI
Corn. 22T.IKM 31I,(I
Oath ) 213.0U0J 1 t.000
BUTTER Dull wid weak. Fancy creamery. 10
lie: fancy 17ffil9e; finest dairy, l'.'a-lc, hne, 15aiVc
New York. Produce.
New York, Oct. 17.
WHEAT-Dull and easy. No. 2 rpil. b4JiSoc.
CORN Quiet, ttcady at a sllgnt detllue. No. 2
OAT5 J".4c lower and active. No. 2 white.
tOlFEl'-Options steadv nt n declino of 10-920
points. Miles 11.210 Ijags. Spot Ulo iyvc.
bUGAKS ReflntMl slcidy. Po dered TJjc; granu
JuU'd 7?fic: crushed "He
EGO- Eat v. Western, 203204c.
BL'TTKK Dull and cisy. Western dairy, 9vJ15c;
Kausa- City I'rodnce.
KAAS ClTy,3Io Oct. 17.
The Daily Indicator reports:
WHEAT Steady. No. 2 cash sales at C5c; October,
frales at C4 ic
COltN Meady. No. 2 cash 23tc bid, 24 asked;
October, sales nt23Vfc.
O VTS No. 2casb. and October -les at 16c.
RYK No. 2 cai.li s.Ues at SSUc.
FLOUK-Qniet NX HO: XXX 90: Family SU05.
choice 1-1 25; fancy 1 ,0; extra fancy gl CO; patents
tl SkSl .
HAY-Lower. Fancy H 50SG 00.
RUT l'Elt Fancy and good buttpr firm otners
vs-B.ik Fncj creamerj- l'.iA20c. srood 1516c off
Mocklkai.c: fancy diary l.'vSlSc; good to cholco
More packed N10c.
CHEESh- Full cream Northern tins SHe;
Young American S4c; w estern 74c skimmed 334c
EGOS-Weak at loc
t.ivKi'm'i, KY Firmer for m ctock. Chnlro
hins ii U 75. -mall fat ?1 752 00; lnrco root r
f 1 2.sl M. spring chickens 6W4C per pound; large
6c hens e?htto.
DItlED REEF-fC , .
DRY &ALT M HATS Short ribs o
fUi i.T e.niiian?. SI .ML sliort clear S5 .'d
SMOKED ME.VTS steady. Miort ribs Jo S7i;
long clear f 7 -.houldero K Us, bhort clear So 25.
PORK-AU-vS 511 at
LAUD-Renned tierce g5 S7H.
St. Louis I'rodnce.
St. Loris. Ma. Oct. 17.
r-LOUR-Steady. XXX. S2 304 ft.!; family 52 5&.i
2 lU choice 3 b53 !V- patent 4 2.iu o5.
WllhAl C-h firm and higher; Options unset
tled. Theclovjwas about thu same .is yctertiay.
No. 2 red cash, "bhfi bid: December, SOsC asked;
Mav RlVlH aked.
CbltN" Dull. No. 2 mixed casn, 2Stj2Sc; No
vember, 252sJ&c Decemoer, 27Jic; Januarj-, 2tc;
J!aj , HOc.
OA1 fe Weaker. No. 2 cash. l?c bid; May. 21 j
22cj lOctober. IlTiC bid: November, lshc bid;
I)ecemler and January. 2i!c asked.
BARLEY :oady hutsloe. .
HAY DulL Prairie, JS503B(; thxothy. $63
FLAXSEED-Qulct. tl 433,1 44.
LEAD Firm feeling. Common S3 00; same asked
for r fined.
BUTThR -Quiet but steady. Creamery J02Jc;
da ry lSita.
EGGS 'tead , 15lc.
CORN MEAL-SI 0J21 05.
PRO VI-lOXs-Falrly steady.
SHORT CLEAR M 45.
LONGS AND RIBS-55 2o.
e.tndy Italic; nne llgntl&.rx; nne heavy lllw
1036 10; short clear 5 206 25.
Kansas City Livo Stock,
KANSAS Cixr. Mo Oct, it,
The Live Stock Iadicatoi reports:
CATTLE Receipts, 5.S0U; shipments, 3,500. Mar
ket steauy to strong, common to choice corn fed,
W 15&i tm; cows, i 30-aJ 2o: stacker and feeders,
82 2a6i3 01; Texans, SI 4Uj2 bU.
HOUS Receipts, t,7U0: shipments, 2,100. Market
weatat yesterday's close. Good to choice light,
81 10 M 3u: heaviand mixed li Mil 10.
SHEEP Receipt., L'jUI; shipments, 200. Market
steady. Good to choice muttons, SJ a0 90; stock
ers and feeders, $2 UK&3 25.
Chicago Uve Stock.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 17.
The Drovers Journal reports:
CATTLE Receipts, 14,000; shipments, 4,000. Mar
ket steady. Choice to extra beeves; t 50g)4 90;
steers ?j 10(84 40; stockers and feeders. $1 9043 (M;
cows, bulls and mixed. M 253 T5; Texans, $1 75
3 50; western rangers. M 75a 4 00.
Jious-Kfceipts, i.uuu, snipmonts, lu.uuu. aiarKet
steady, closinz lower. Mixed, SI 004 45; heavy,
S3 t4 3d- light, 4 00(3.4 X);sip S3 50(54 15.
CHEEP Receipts, ll.UUU; shipments, 4,0u0. Mar
ket; steady. Natives, 3 (JGa5 00; western, ti 50&i 15;
Texans, $3 4054 Zr, lamb, 4 U0&D 75.:
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. LociS, Mo Oct 17.
CATTLE-Receipts. 1,300; shipments, 3,B0 1 Market
steady. Fair to choice heavy natives, $! 25s4 70;
stockers and reeders. $1 WJ.1 70: range, 1 10 2 60.
HOGS Receipts, 8,7m); shipments, 3.J00. , Market
sh?do iouer. Fair to cholee heavy, SJ&tel !0;
packing. 1 03.4 lo.
SHEK.P Receipts, SOO; shipments, 1,200. Market
strong. Fair to choice. W 40'i4 70.
LIVE STOCK BROKERS.
R. W. ELDIUDGE, M. C. CAMPBELL
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL
For the Sale of
Room 9 Exchange build
ing, Uuion Stock Yards.
MISSOURI PACIFIC R. I.
TKA INS AltKITE I LEAVB
Fort Scottr"ir!insA.s City, bt
I)uis and eatern ex U&AU i 20rM
Fort bcott. Kansas City, St
Louis and eastern tl I5 Pit 1215PU
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex 1110 A ji 5 Ma M
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ox 655 PM iC5rsi
Hutchinson, Sterling aud
Genesee freight , 3100 am 1:05a a
Hutch., KanopolLs, Pueblo
andDemerex 2185AM GCOpm
All tra-insrnn dally
Depot becond an J. Wichita street; ticket o31ce I
Norm Main street, E. E. Hlecklev,
Tasgenger and llcket AgeuL
NEW TIME TABLE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND
A, PACIFIC RAILWAY.
("Great Rock Island Route.")
Tit A l. S
ROINO Onm AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denvorand Pacliic Coast
Express dally ,
45 A II
No 2 Kansas City, M Louis
and Chicago Through
No. 4 Kansas City. St Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. tii Accommodation,
dally except Sunday
No. .1 Kansas City, St Louis
and Chicago ex. dally...
No 1 Kansas City, St Louis
and Chicago through
mail and ex. daily
No. 61 Accommodation,
dally except Sunday
9 45 P M
6 65 PJI
." 00 P it
Elegantfreoreclinlngchalrcarsonall trains, anil
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. TlckeW
sold and baggage checked throuch to ill point's
north, south cat and vest, and steamship tickets
sold to nil European points at lowest rates. City
ticket ollice 100 East Douglas avenue, torner Main
street; passenrer station comer Douglas and Mead
C. A, Rutherford. Ticket Agent.
ST. LOUIS i SAN FRANCISCO R. R.
doing West, pass (to Llls-j
4 50 P M
! 55 A M
t55 p m
Going ve-t pass, tstopsat,
Going East, passenger..,
Going East, passenger.. .
JCC0 A M
10 ."0 P II
North Main ktreot.
and Union Depot, Oak street.
WICHITA & WESTERN R. R.
8 05 A 31
3.00 P a
Going West, pass dally.
Going West, freight.
Going East, pass
Going Last, freight
Union Ticket ofllca 122 North Main street, and at
Union Depot, Oak street. W. D, Mukdock,
D. H. Rhodkm. Freight fc Pass. agt Hi N Main.
Supt, cor dtn and Douglas.
ATCHISON, TOPEKA i, SANTA FE R. R,
I AHRIVE I LEAVR
NORTn AND EAST.
Colorado and California ex-
Chicago expiess ..
ouru AND WEST.
Texas A. PanhaDdle express
4 50 PJIj
4 0 P a
31 Si a a
7 4") pa
125 a M
'50 l M
9 05 P M
7 55 a 11
11.15 a. Jt
7 45 P M
City Union Ticket olllce, li2 Nnith Main street,
and Union Depot, near Oak street.
Tuob. C. Wilson, Jos. a. Brubachek.
WILSON & BEUBA0HER.
Attornes at law, 251 Nortn Main Street. Wichita,
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOa tf
W. P. Campbelu .Tas. L. Dter
CAMPBELL & DYEE,
Attornejsat Law, MchiUi, Kansas. lOOtf
H. C. Slcss. W. E. Stanlet.
AttoriiLjsdtI.au, vilu1ul, Kansas.
HAEKIS, HAKRIS & VEKMILI0H
Attorue; a-it-L.;v 11 IS, 5Ialu street second Hour.
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLOWELL k EUME,
I.iwyers, 142 N. Main staeet W,chiLi. Kan. Ultt
J OH W. ASAKI. 6. W. C. JOXX3. O to. W. ABA
ADAMS, J0NE3 k ADAMS,
Attorn Law, 0e 4nt iirway ., j
Tv'lchlt Uonl Bak. Hi
HATTOli k KUGGLES,
Attorneys t l w, Fletcher Building Opposite Oc
r. a. KOHRiiAran.
Attorney at Law. Attorney for V estern Collection
Burttau. Rooms 1, J aud a, No L7 North Market
reet. Wichita, Kaasiis. d i
JE7TETT & LANGW0RTET,
Rooms A ana -iia Nortn Miin str
W.H. BKIDXfBAUail. W.H.RABC
BSLDEKBAUGH & RAU0H,
Atjornesnd Couusellers at law.
l2oa North MalnsU
Eye, -:- Ear, -:- Surgery.
,nfl???nours9tol0-v-M.lto4 P. M. Sunday 9 to
10JJ. Room 1.. iechhwlnier Building.
DK. C C FUKLEY,
-PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.-
S1 East Douglas Av(.
1213 North Market Stre-t
Professional Calr Attended Promptly. 53-tf
DR. W. W. WILLIAMS,
Office 251 North Main -tre-u Residence 1332 North
Emporia avenue, le ephone residence 247. 122-tf
E, T. & L, SL MMSELL, M. D.'s,
Eye. Ear, Noe. Throat and
v"117 Kooms IL IS and
L .No. i North Mala street.
Rc-ldencs, 1200 South Em
E. & IAMLLT0N M. D.
5ieelJLlUes: DUca o? th
lye. Kar, Nc nd Throat,
ZF Catarrh n4 flttlac glasses.
usice Ki . JiareiiU li.ra.el
and Myers Blod.
BPu E. EMMA COBB.
Female and children's diseases aspeclalty. Home
for Ladles during Confinement. . Strictly private"
when so desired. Letters of inquiry .confidential
and answered immediately on receipt of sains.
Home, 711 South Ida avenue; Wichita, Kansas.
Opium, Cocoaine Habit ind Draakenness
Easily Cured with
DOUBLE CHLORIDE OP GOLD.
All cures made in from eight to tw enty days with
out pain or nervous snock. Confldental corres
pondence solicited. To insure you o the honesty of
my treatment I refer you to ome of our most prom
inent business and professional men: J. C. Buchanan,
editor Pittsburg Kansan; T. D. .Miller, surgeon K.
C, S. fc M. It. R.; Dr. II. L. JlcWirt, dentist; Lewis
Hull, wholesale meat market; J. C. Merrill, hard
w are; John M. Hench, attorney at law : C. A. Patmor,
merchant; C. A. Saunders ic Co . real eslate: Kd Van
Gundy, attorney; Hodges & Beadle, real estate. Good
homes for alL 116tf
G. W. CISSNA, M. D Pittsburg. Kan.
DR. E. H. CREDITOR,
Dentist Office 144 N. Main, over Smith L Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Resiaenca SK N. To
peka a enue Wichita, Kansas. Mtf
D. W. Smith. U. S. Hougland
SMITH & H0UGLA1TD,
Dentists. 22 E. Douglas a enue, corner Lawrence
DR. L 0. WILSON.
Dentists. AH work guaranteed firt class. Office
118 E. Douglas avenue, over Paul Jones S, Co.'s drug
store, Wichita. Kansas. 151 tf
J. H. LYNCH
Aichltect and Superintendent.
Office, room 50G
A T7". HAYWABD,
Architects and superintendents,
Myers Building Vll N. Main Street.
0. W. TERRY
Architect and superintendent. Rooms 10 and 17
Bitting block. WluUta Kaus.
. E. MoFHERSOH,
Architect, room 13.20J N. 5Iainst., Wichita, Kan
"W. T. PltOCDrOOT. a. W. BlBD.
PR0UDP00T k BIRD,
Architect and superintendent. 01c in Fetch
J. M. rHILLirS. S. E. PRLLLIl'S.
PHLLLIP3 & PHILLIPS.
VETERINARY '-. SURGEONS.
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College;
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. We aro prepared to do all hinds ot veterinarv
innry work. Including canine practice, dentistry aul
all surgical operations. Hospital accommodations
for all patients requiring special care. Calls by
telephone, telegraph or mail will receive pro-npt at
tention da ornblit. We nss au operating table
instead of throwing horses.
Office, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Tele
plione No. 71. lSil-tf
WE3TEEH COLLECTION BUBEAff-
ITT N. Makket St., Wichita. Tflkpiion'e 37J.
Commercial collections .uade and reports furnish
ed throughout the United States and Canada. Col
lect, settle ar.d adjust claims for receivers and ship
pers aiKint railroad companies Depositions taken
and all kinds of notary work done. 'J2tf
A J. APPLEaATE,
Abstracter, Conveyancer and Xolary Tnblic
Four doors east of Potomce, Wichita. Kan.
OMPLETE ABSTRACTS TO ANY PKOPKRTY
IN SEDGWICK COUNTY. ltttf
KANSAS ABSTRACT AGENCY.
1.7iN.JlAivin;aT.. iciurA. ixlki-iiue.s. .
Abtracts made, taxes paid, any information fur -
nished in l elation to lands, loins, taxei or eoun pro
cedures. Interest and principal collected and
mortgages foreclosed in any county in kauris at
local rates by reliable abstjacters and attorneys.
The Photoffraykwr. Pictmr in all diet ad stria
Ho alM ajrt3 ttM flBMt Msortmaat of plcttira
fraatM l Xh oly. OIt aim frUmdly call andx
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO
CIATION. CIVIL ENGINEERS.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
Engraved CALLING cards at th
Wichita EAGLE office. dG3 tf
IiTTTYERS everynrhfre indorse the
A M Eagle's "Attorney Pooket Dock
ui 1 1 et" cau be used in any com t ami
( in any state. Price. $1.00. By,
In ail to any address, prepaid, upon receipt
of 12 07. Address the Wichita Eaglkv
District Court lhtli Judicial
G. W. Brown and O. B. Brown, parinors as Brow n
Geo. E. HarriH, E. ft. Powell and tho Wichita A.
Valley Center Motor Railroad and Land Co.
B Irtue of an execution Iiued out of the dlstt let
court of fieiith judicial district "ittinc in and for
Butler countj, Haus. wherein G. W. Broun and
(.. 15, Brown, mrtners as Brown Broi., are plalntlirs
nnd Geo. h. Hrri, E. R Powell aud the Wichita A
Yalirt Center Motor Railroad and Land Compaii
nre defendants 1 will, on Friday, tho Istli day of
Nov ember, A. D. l'-SV, at lit o'clock a m at the court
IiouM door in the city of Wichita. K3nas. offer for
sale nt pulilic auction to tho hlchct binder for ca-li
in hand all the neht, title and interest of the de
fondants filiov" name 1 in and to the follow ins: de
scnlieilreal property ituated in the county of bedg
w ick, state of Uan-as, to-v It:
One h tlf (Hi) interest in lot oi on Wichita, street in
the original city of Wichita and annraised al33k
also a tract commenting at the northciat corner of
the -oi'thweht quarter of soctiou lt, township 27,
ranc 1 e-i-t, thenee south U7 feet, west 3-D leot,
tlicnco north Ki feet, thence eaat S feet to besin
niutf excejit 1j feet oil eatt uie of road, subject to a
mortaacc of IV) and appralsi-d at 515" also lots Si,
21, "Ai. "i. .ItlinaSon Sherman avenue, and lots 2 ,
2 . 2o and the -outh, 6 feet off of lot IT on R er street
in Harris' addition to Wichita subject to three cr
tain muni; uses, one for ?U'.000. one for f-'.twOaad one
for toOOand apprnlod at SiMiJ; alooue-half lntert:
In the northe.i?t quarter of section 21 in town-hip ii,
rans;e 2 ue-st, subject to a mortgage ot (1,250 and ap-prai-etlat
bnid real property is levied on as tho property of
defendant, ueo. E. Harris, and will be sold to satU
f aid execution.
herilTs ofhee, Wichita, Kansas. October It, AD
IstS. W. W. HAYS
sheriff Sedpwick Counti. Kansas.
B T. F. Brow , I nder tsheriff. dlisot
WICHITA TO CHICAGO
Without Chtace of Cars via tho Kock Islaad
Co-nmencinc Sunday, May Uth, the
sleeper leaving Wichita at 9:40 p. m. on
the Kock Iblnnd will run through to Chi
cago, thus enabling passeneers to avoid
the .sxitious change of cars in Kansas
Cit. As usual tho Great Rock Island
pe's there nnd is the first and only rail
road giving through car service from
Wichita to Chicago. For sleeping car
-servations and tickets to all points call
at City ticket office, 100 East Douglas ave
nue, corner Main street.
C. A. RCTHERFORD.
151-tf Ticket Agent.
Manilla Wrpplnc Ppr
This office is prepared to fill orders for
manilla wrapping paper, printed, in size
and quantity, with appropriate cuts and
designs, at sit. Louis prices.
Plenty of cheap money for farm and city
loans at the Knight Investment comdany,
110 2s". Market street. dGS-tf
Free reclining chair cars aranow running
on all trains on the C. K. &. X. railway.
'Koct island xioure," oetween lchlta,
,'opeka, TTumi City, St. Joseph, Chicago
Plenty of cheap money for farm and city
loans at the Knight Investment company
110 X. Market street. d 6s-tf
Scale books, coal tickets, etc, for tale at
this office. Orders by mail will receive
prompt attention. Address Tb Wichita
Eague. Wichitfciiaa. 73:1
THOSE WRIHKUED HANDS.
Than wrinkled haads that o'er a irtiinlTa
Koir folded tie m death's lose solaftn mep,
Alasi bow cold and stfll; but God kjfpwest;
His time will choose; while wb iaaDesie vees
Who bad by those dear hn Ja'been bftettbleat,
But now shall miss the lore that flowed so deef
Noanore shall we enjoy their soft caress,
Nor feel again their clinging tenderness.
In those lines where the plow of time has ma,
And heaped with furrows deep the trace of yean,
The marks of toil, the chancre of shade and son.
The record of a lengthened lifo appears; j
Many a tale they tell of joys begun.
And hope Goon ended in a dash of tears.
Those veins of blue her sunny skies unroll,
That skin so fair the whiteness of her soul.
But lot as we read on what sight Is this?
A cherub form with dimpled hands and smaQ.
Bright golden locks, and lips that tempt a kiss, j
Like paintings seen on old cathedral wall;
Some angel sent from distant worlds of bliss,
That sunbeams bring to this dim earthly ban.
Again we look, a laughing girl is seen '
To school she skips or romps in orchards green.
In these oddly fashioned lines next we trace
The vision of a maiden sweet and fair;
By garden gate she waits; upon her face
Rests light's rosy tinge, as if gathered there
Tho crimson blush of thousand mornings' grace;
Or is it that glow of bliss beyond compare,
Aught else that love's warm thrill, as there ah
Holding in her own another'3 tender hands J
Life's busy noon nnfoids; and what befell
In sober age; how hands now pale and cold
Were moved to kindly acts, oft strove to quell
A neighbor's grief, and wipe the gathering mold
Of death from aching brows. Sickbeds can tell;
And poor their saintly deeds confess Titb eld.
Then rest, sweet hands, with scars of battle won,
Like folded banners when the day is done.
I Highest Points of Habitation.
I Visitors at the Pike's Peak obrorvatory
"have for years been regaled vitli tho state
mentthat "this is the highest point tm th
.globo which is inhabited tbo year round." It
now appears that regular meteorological ob
servations aro made on tho Andes, in Pern,
at a height of 14,300 feet, which fs abont tnvO
hundred feet higher than tho Piko's Peak
station. In Enropo there are but two sta
tions at any considerable height, these being
about 10,000 and 11,000 feat respectively.
New York TWee;ram.
. . o Tennis Racket.
Ash is the raw material of tho tennis
racket. When the treo is cat down it is split
Into strips sixty-six inches in length. These
are placed in a steaming 'bor for a few hours,
when they becomo supple enough to be bent
into shape round a block. In this position
they aro cramped and loft for twenty-four
hours to cool and dry. After being taken off
the block they are fastened in a way which
preserves the shape, and left to season.
Vhen tho manufacturing process is resumed
tho "center," which is of walnut, is fitted in,
a slip of wood is put up the middle of the
handle and a piece of baywood or cedar is
fixed on each sida Having been left over
night to set, tho handle is then shaped up.
The holes aro next bored in the frame, and,
tho -whole being rounded and smoothed off,
oil is rubbed in to prepare for the bolishing.
Tho gut is then strung, and this is done with
great care, each strand being tightened up
until it rings like the string of a musical in
strument; Tho racket generally used is parfoctly
straight in the sides, but a slight lob on the
under sido has been introduced by tho Slazen-
, n, ., Hiiwti nf nmn nf r.h lo-.rf-
I p , . , , . .
ing players. For playing downwards it is
considered to have advantages in the hands
of experts, giving it great driving power.
Tho "demon" racket which has figured in the
law courts has a groove running lengthwise
on each side of the handle and one crosswise
near the tip to enable tho fingers to grip mora
firmly. Most handles are, however, perfectly
smooth. In weight thoy run from thirteen
to fifteen ounces, and in price tho beat rackets
range from a guinea to twenty-five shillings,
while a good, ordinary one can bo bought for
half a guinea to fifteen shillings. Tho frame
of a desirable racket should bo free from
flaws and havo a straight grain, tho gut
Bhould bo tightly strung and yet havo a good
deal of elasticity, and the finish generally
should bo good. When out of play, and in
the winter season especially, a racket is apt
to warp unle3 fixed in a "press," of which,
there are various kinds. Pall Mall Budget.
The Xorth Carolinn Butcher's Wife.
Eedding Capo was known fax and wide in
tho mountain country around Hillsborough
as a butcher. No killing could properly take
place uuless Capo was there. Ho was tall,
powerful, red haired and cross eyed. Hia
perennial costume was a red flannel thirtnnd
a pair of butternut pants tucked into tho
tops of enormous rawhido boots. His wife
was nearly as tall and hoavy as himself.
Ono spring sho 'epoearienced religion, and
with some flf ty others, of both sexos, went
down to tho branch pond for baptism. Tho
minister was short and undersized, but he
got along all right until ho came to Sis Capo.
They -waded out into tho water hand in hand
until she was up to her waist, while tho par
Eon was up to his neck and almost floating off
Tho minister went through tho neual for
mula, wound up with "I baptize you, Sister
Capo, in the name of the Father, Son and
Holy Ghost," and mads an effort to duck tho
convert. Sho stood like a rock, but tho pas
tor missed his footing and got a mouthful of
Again ho essayed it
"Sister Cape, when I say the word you
must bt yourself fall back into tho t ater and
But tho jfood woman glanced over hor
shoulder and dldnt like tho looks of the pond.
When the word came the stood like a tclo
graph polo, whilo the minister nearly drowned
himself in his endeavors to have her properly
immersed. Tho crowd on tho bank got con
siderably worked up.
Redding Capo was a siknt witness of tha
contunieiy which his wifo was bringing upon
his good came. At the last f aihiro ho strode
violently into the pond, plump, plump,
plump. Hanging alongside the couple, ho
caught his wife by tha neck and waist and
"Give the word whoa you are ready, pas
tor; she's hard fur ter throw." Washington
Jim's Maiden Effort.
It is seldom that a practical jo&o can be in
dulged in without bringing unpleasant con
toquences upon some one. Occasionally, how
ever, one may bo found which is both inno
cent and amusing, like the following, nar
rated to the author of "Tho Falcon on the
Baltic." The hero of the tale was a certain
terrf ble eTtsonHrtrn'' by tho name of Jim, on
whom socio one or other was always playing
One evening the barjo was sailing by
Bhoerneas, aria" the skipper, happening to
look nt the clock, saw that it wanted a min
utoor so to 9. He remembered that at 9
o'clock a gun was always fired at Shoeraess;
to, being a misohievcas sort of chap, ho sings
cut to the green hand:
"Hil here. Jim. come on deck at caoa, and
bring the fog horn with youP
Jim tombiad ep.
"Now, blow that there fog horn fcr yoo?
Kfo!" cries tho skipper.
"What forf asks Jim, looking around.
"Doat ask what for, bat blow, yon labberl
It's the rale here. If a vessel doesn't saint
Shecmess with her fog hora as ba passes by
they fire at her."
Jim, betsevisg it all, takes the horn and
blows hka mad.
"HanW, harder Peries the skipper. "Stay
can't hear that They'll shoot us all if yon
60 Jim was blowing away with all the
wind he hM, when soddcnly off waot the 0
o'clock pan, and Jins gave a yell, threw the
fog horn on deck and rca&etl below to kids
from the cannon ball.
Oh, he wsa a graen chap, ten! JBe'sa bit
smarter now. but the story of that fog horn
trm nl 11 n. 1 r ij m jMni TiwfjriojiiiiiiB.
A V V
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
e i . ii i
Your Wants Supplied
The following rates under the different headings
EJ-PAYABLE STRICTLY IN ADVANCE.
No ad ertisementd taken for less than 10 cents.
One lino advertisements charsed same rate as two
XO ADVERTISEMENTS TAKEX "TORUX UN
Prices civen under classified heads In thiseolnmn
applicable only to local advertisements. Xo foreign
adertlsemenu taten at prices gnen.
Answer to advertisements sent in care of the
Eagij: office should be called for within 10 days
afier Insertion. When adiortiferu wish replies for
vt ar Jed to them, stamped en elopes must bo sent.
Rof ereuce to former advertisements should give
dcscrlptiun and date of Insertion or copy ot'the ad-lertl-ement
should be sent.
Not responsible for advertisements given or d!s
continued by telephone.
WAX TED-FEMALE JEL1
Under this head 2c per Hue ier day.
"VTTANTEtt-Good iti for aencral ljo.isevrork.
T V Call at 10T South ilain, or all West ilstteenth
street. L. W. Clapp. dlsl tf
Tl ANTED Good jrirl. Good wat'ts and perma-
1 nent homo will b given; wuatel Immediately.
Call at ;5t N. Toieka avenue. 130-1
X7AN'TED-Girlntthe Lindell hotel, 115 Kock
TT Island avenue. 130-i
WANTED A good second girl at 1317 N. Empor
ia. Reference mjuired. dl-"J ot
7 ANTED Good girl forceneral houso work at
t iu( onn tiavvrence.
ilrs. W. P. Grton.
WANTED Good girl Tor housework, two In fam
ily, lisut w ork. Apply ut No. S3a Notth Waco
avenue, city. dhS-U
Good girl to do general housew ork at
IT S31 North W.tcoui enue.
WANTED-Atouco. two girls at thu City Hotel.
TXrANTED A competent girl for general house-
work. Call at loZ Fannie avenue. dl.T tf
l ANTED A good girl to do general hou-spwork
V in a amull 1 amlly. Call at 1S"J0 North Fourth
WANTED Cook for hoarding house. Apply i
N. Fourth a e. d li3 6
WANTCD-A girl to cook andiron In i
l famll; no housework and good Job.
to 1031 N Lawrence ne.
.V good experience! girl todogener-
al hou-ework. b(B NotthTopeku
WANTED Competent girl for general house
work. No washing. Apply SU3 b. Lawrenca'
Jtfiscclla neo us.
WANTED An experlcnted talloress wants work
on pants oesta. .address II, this olhci.
Six Kood experienced seamstresses at
nil aud bhlrt iactorv. fctewly em
11 the Overall aud bhlrt ractory.
ployment; 13V) North TotK-'kn, dl2o-ot
Under thin head lc per line per day.
JILseclla neo us.
HOMELESS WOMEN-Ilomele3 wonitnoutof
employment will ilnd a shelter cheaper than
at any pluco In thu city Dy coining to the Faith
Home. 113 Pennsylvania uve.. ono door north ot
ljougl is. 11-tt
WAXTED MALE HELF.
Under this head 2o pur lino per clay.
Y"ANTED-Sjtono cutters. Inquire Immediately
' at Hotel Uiro) . Mulvanu A Kepley. lisl-u
Bookkeepers and Clerkb.
SALfZSMAN Wante-d in thU district. One of our
men earned tl.'Ul in b7 and ti,'JM In 'eb and Is
dolnL' better this 3 ear. I'. O. box 1J71 New York.
Coachmen , Teamsters, Etc.
M i seel fa n eo us.
T ANTED Oentlemen who are interested li
1 1 business education, short hand or tvtarraph
to call at olliee Southwestern BubIiicis Colleua
Nlcht school re-openii Oct. Xcth, T0 o'clock, ha
trance to nijht kchool tW K. Oouslas ate. tl tf
SIT UA Tl OXS-MA LE.
1 oner mis licau iu xzt iiuc ivi .
TT7"ANTED tit by a No. 1 rolW mlU'r; twenty
years eiporfcinco. Addresj W, V. blmoc, Con
w ay fcprlnss. Kaa. dUs-Ct'
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
Coachmen, Teamsters, Etc.
M iscclla neo us.
WANTED Employmen for the rcm'erby younc
? mirrled man, have tad eiparifac- a deriL.
wiilwor cheap; govd riferecces fur&lined. Ad
dress K U.. tacie tace IC-C
Employ mi nt A aencics.
Under this head 2c per line prday.
L cder this head 2cpr 1 neper day.
X"ANTED Acnts for a poltlcn parinc tvflaad
V fj2iil a year Hiake-Haywood Co, room 3
, ANltD iOLMb-ls eTery cy town am
Tillac la tho United fcta-) teitpt la
ftato of Kasaaa) to tt atcrtpUoziF Postsiatr"
cn mak mon?y. No capital rtqulrd. rm?,-M
copl fre. Caaa oonxzalsslons: mautf tan he sad
or fttutc 19 uai- Auinu - "tcsii UMi"
AGENTS WANTED In eTury city and tcn he
the United Stat jicpt In sut of Kacax tr
sell to lawyer. Jit th book erery lawyer nt -'
radorssd bvlawvar etrrwtere: aell at ilj.
dyf aecessary a took can t djreri titn j
aaleusada. AppJcanu taurt b W to farala '
rsfervsca whaa rwcalred. Fch aarUcslart fra- '.
Acarotta icaii. uci, wasaita, au.
L nder this head 2c a line pr day.
BU SIX ESS CILiXCES.
Under this head 2c a Una pr day
Vzitr this head 2c per Use per day.
rSTKCCTlON BOOKS ASi jTerythi3 used Vy
artJata. xL&t oG. fcrrh, art stodiet, 4r
;.xrre traste aid rnoldlsss. otuts try null wiu
elves prresptajieitSca. t P. Hirtln, III
be elves prossst
Harkcs. CataSocn- frs.
Under this head 2e ptr Use per dty.
1 ANTED To pcreiaMa noA Irtai saifi csw.
Adirets or caU at ri Nerth UtvA. V,.T.
THE PEOPtE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied
WA3JTED To purchase small balldlB that
will make a stable for one horse. Must ho
cheap Ueoree Gay. No. 1217 E. Oak street dlSl lt
WANTED-A good farm bonom land-from 10)
to 33) acres, to rent for tho comlmr season.
CRIi.ei.e atIfactory testimonials. Addreor call
oa D. JI. Kirtbrlde & Co, as N. Main st, Wichita.
Kaa. ai2S 1st
Ty ANTED Iamauthorliod to bay aav number
J of young deer 'ip to Wat svon dollars each
R. Jlatthe W3 13s North Jiala dl31 St
"niT ANTED Brooracora. J.A.GruTesi Oo,.l
TT S. Emporia. d Ut 13
WAXTED-Fw sale at this odea old paper 5
cent per 100. du-tfi
XIT"ANTED-S)U steer calves faUy wrsiEed: must
? bo good domestic or graded stock. Addrweu,
Klvinr lowest cash price, number, location and
owner. Lock Box OH, Wichita, Ko. KJ U
AN TKD All persons desmng Fortlaad Cement
J walk made to cU on J.I. tlower Cou, Ja N.
ilaia street; all work guaraaseed. 133 tf.
WAN TED-All persons deslrlae cellar Booxt
cemented to call on J. Ii Flower Ox. as N
Jlala ktreet; all work guaranttwd. ist tf.
T70R SALE Old papers for sale at this oQco for
"V A rrFTTT-EVl-Il'r POSTMASTKlt
' ULA X.HtU in the State of Xasaas t-t
take cubecriiiUon for the Weekly Eaglo. A colored
man of Oklahoma and the Indian lerrllcry glvvi
with every NEW yearly subscriber. Postmaster
send for terms; now Is the time to make money: Tho
map is n& incnes, ana is tne mot compietemap of
Oklahoma tht tm bwn tmhlkhl 1.!r.. 'CMu
WICHITA EAOLE, Icluta, Kansav
tinder this head .c a line ptr day.
Under this head 2c per Udc per day.
WAXTED Houses and Rooms.
Under thU head -c a line per day.
TVaNTED fir two young gentleman furnished
room and bottrd in priate famtly. Can gUe
first class reference. Address J. O. K this oface.
WANTED Tenemeut hounefi well locabed ciin'i
supply the demand, laraol Bros., room L 1 H
FOR SALE Horses ami Tehicli
Under thl head 2c per lino per day.
POU SALE Three work horses, for cash, or oa
-L time with good security Call on E. 31. Durley.
eUSEkl Central aeuurjnrut liuiiuoll, Euo Int"i
nient t-o'ij ofaee lu sedgwlck bloca. dUo-tf
FOR SALE Farm Fioitevty.
ITTiflar- thiu V)ahi1 .V rur lin nr tlrti
FOR SALE-A farm of tHJ acres. 10 lutlt -Huth
west of Wichita, nearly all fenced with hedge
and wlre.DgroiesotgrowLuKtnnber.runnlu water
oa two uuarters. :J-tory hou.e and cellar, larce lurn
w ill hold M tou hay, stable room for 1j hurses and id
head cattle, laJ ft cattle sheds, corrola and hog fenc
es, 3 wells, i wind mills. Well stocked lth-uorei,
cuttle, hogi and modern farm Implement; big crop
corn, oats und haj. will sell all or patt 011 uasy
terms. Cull or address A. hiulth, Ot N. 1-aivronoo
FOR SALE Cit if Real Estate.
Under tfcls bead 2c per hno per day.
FOR sj.vLE To builders or parties desiring to
balldahome. eiorea lots on Washington ave
nuii. cheap, 7 blocks soutli of Dougla-i. it will pay
you to investigate. W, T. Walker, Ja North Mead.
rOH SALE The cheapcot buslnest nnd resilience
A property ot any one in town for cash; also all
kinds o property to trade. If you want bargains
call on Goo. L. Mouse, Jr., & Co., J01 Sedgwick block.
1?OKSALE In Vietoria I'ark addition, house and
.fourfold. I'llcoV-XO cash. Address 11. Thomp-
8aii, Kl&Sd box .'1U.
EOK SALE Vorydeslrablv unimproved city lota
on Exit DouKlns.irom corner of Cleveland wcsti.
also ou r lots on (.'leVeiund ave. one hundred nnd
fifty feet north of Douglas. Call on or addrert
Uenrand Jones. 113 Cleveland ave. dl3C 6
rOKSjL.E-At a" bargain. My risllcnce In Jtiv
trslde, on Elee trie motor line, contalnlns nino
loomb bath and furniiate. (houso pljwd fez sa) cis
tern, well nnd city water, now- liarn, etc Will
sell carpets, window shades imd tomn furniture If
desired. For further Information call on John O.
Dcr.-U, at Citizen bank 'M tf
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under thU head 2c pir line r day.
FOR SALEM iscella n eous.
Under this head 2c im,t Hue per day.
TOIt bALE-Cheai A railroad ticket.
X? Knn-a City, M. Louis or Vluconnes, lud
ply at JIU South Main.
TT'OIt SALE Ono of tho bot paylntr retail Kroc
Jj erlesln the we-t, loentlon cuutrul lu ono of
Kansas' mot prosjiorous cities. A reat or nlmr
for . person w!hlnc to cnir.itji la this buklnerus
Write for particulars. ?. T.Creller, Wichita. Kan.
TTIOH SALE One har coal uloe, on cook uive,
A. ono kiikoiiuu niove, Mry cneap.
Enu th- funii-
IT'OIt SALE Parrots PUTOt-, Geriunn Canaries,
? rahbltM, Guinea pl, motikoy cae-i.. otc.
llortKAfo sale. 23j tf. Emporia. dhTJCl
TTOK SALE sioo pipe, dtow, coal hod. vra-h
JL? boilers, damier, t-tc, w hoIeali tl mtall. at
factorj-.HOUand 1111 E Douslasaiemio. d!27 2U
1?OH SALE A lot ol tcond-hand tin roof In sood
condition. M. ilewart, llotel Metrouole.
l?OR SALE All kinds of hard and soft cl atul
X' feed by Horn ft Onnz, cor. Main and Eleventh
htreetf. Telephone No. SO. d LO-tl
FOR SALC-Dewls. mortKasw nnd all kinds of
leijal blank-.hlank receipt book, note bookH.-tc,
at the Wichita Lnle olUccOrders by mall iiromjt!y
attended to. u Hi) tf
EOR SALE Chenp; still Mop for hoirv at Vln
ecar Vorks. corner Flrbtand Hydraulic
d VJ. Jit
FOR SALE A handsome lithograph map of the
citj of Wichita, k'lvi-) natneaiit street, public
bulldlnc1!, colleges, parkt, etc. hlze Ltxll on llnt-n
paper, price S cents euch. 3 for 10 cent, S cents per
dozen. Address the Ichlla IJ4Ie, tchlta, Kan.
d VJJ tf
IonSALEOnESCIlANOE-A cood paylns: lm
. plement boslni"?. Artdreva for particular.
Lock lloi li4, Towanda, Kan. 1W tf
FOIl SALE Cob at Zephyr mills, SLO pr lfad
delltnred. T-lepIionH VV. d!Uf
ITOR SALE Oas pair of rattre eiar, taorttMjuar
X U OjC diameter - face, pinion a.V. dlvsrUr
t't, tvofaetiacii with l'i tl scrrwa cored ilnch
C. and U teath will sell cneap; nerer bB u,. tt
iriwlil ttll lor !6 cajfc If takn tsaa. Callxtlka
Ii;le onie. 41U-to
LD IAPEF-For w.l at thl jcClce. 21c pjr
"TTOBFALE firalebpok.ifcorthani wTllriou
JP bock, blana reeipt a&u t,ta boo is and Irgal
Ua&ka of trcry kind. !aliorCr promt'tVy ntteoa
C to. Call aa or addret tLe Wichita EaaLc, fflcli
a. KnL 13
FOR REXT ROOMS.
Under thle had 2o per lino jwr day.
17OK RENT-NIoely furat'ha'l front foia. vn
: Tinlv ciott. cwl store. Hi North Ia
I7OR KENT Nicely fornihid loom; alKdfahI
A parlors oa nr4 Ht-or Will rat fcr Uthtboaj
kp.c?. Call at aiNoTth Market str-tt, rilj'
1JrTltLNT-Two nlortyf ara!shl front roVa al
2ij N. Emporia avcuie. oL. W
FOR REXT HOUSES.
t cder this head 2c pr Use pr day
CSi FOR RENT At t27 3nv street a i-rooa fora
Etthhed boc JS pr mouth diavH
J70RKET Ono room f aralbd hco for rot
forth-wlcser orltrtjcT. to amr Jimiiy nih-
..ft yVfM. n I c'l . l f?i.'.A. AT
Call at W xla Artlf al!c;y. US Morth
FOR KENT-A six roaa cottat t Ot North To
pka jaw A p.casl iicatoc lUth roam,
ho: and ood tur patrrf. tki.tt ;,. celur
and jau ijsqtare 1. .vu iawtcj arczac u
FOR RENT A sw3 7 rooai &, trwly jjprl
ttrocfhost. oa S. ;n nrt. er Iitiu
convfalect to tciyn. thuret hiA strwi railway
J- Stewart. Hotel Jinropcle. lW-tf
aj yoR RFNT OR SALE Eiil5j ta an if
Ma ofth.lty. Israel Kroa, IT. N.iiarVaC all-t:
"POB REN r r-yia hoax No.S3i. Muhwo!i
A av(hop. OsJl at .-tzuth UoocUxid. cornsr
Lawtips.sJi Dasjt T- 4SK tf
J F'jR RENT-Owtr of MSwaod a-i Kaur
pw aresjea. f.tr'jt rccca hosae with -tiie- Call
ax tl booUi Water 5l l
Vuier UxJ had 5c a &. j-rday.
1vR RENT-GJ S-Kiotr bntX baUairjc 3SntS
ttf E3micr ulr ca. tsHs. ry towrret.
Oajy rwo Hoot frtta orwsLci aad Xls.
Eaoihfsraltgrc aan. dlS-'S
X Dcwai. rslfwt.6.itoA- A-s..2arft
C Tyxau. isslW fwt. 1
: SdS.aa E. Ifcrftfta.
FOR REXT City Ileal Ertatc
Vs4r tii t4 3c a tfe prr day.
FOR BEXT Miscellaneous.
C&lrr tfcia isA iezmr One rwrr.
I7R RKNT-KffeJal nres-gh. t tea rwa
J. tar laejrs-iiirr.i-4tS2nryioir
THE PEOPLE CQllilDf.
Your Wants Supplied
XOH JtEXT-Xorm rroperty.
TJnder this head leper liae pec-day.
r rder this head 3o per lice per day.
Under" this head Ic per Use per day.
AV ANTED-We have a good tarmfo trade, for a
A .?:ptif croc1"! or hardware. Wnovwanta
it Also other property to trade far roods. calL
Geo. U House, Jr.. Jfe Co. dUl a
npo TRADE For farm or Wichita ptertv.aidls.
JL and pood 5-rooai hone. corner, at Kurtta.
Kan.: 13 lot: ana tnw tsnum bou; io 6 loes cti
-room house at lodeprndence. ta. L'nnid Stato
hnd grant fer ISO ores A. Jl.-Wajswa. WIchHa,
Katu JS beerwlck hlogX dM.tf
Under this bead Sc a line per day.
HOMESTEADS In Otlahocaa. cm. Hock lIaod
road, itear Hermtvwy. Ba Urm.UndiaU'jrt-
iorv. noaitstjuiiaaieDti. seenrvu. Adarete A.Cuk.
N ichita, Kansas, care Keck island ticket oBce.
U'OR plat and prices of Hnaeev. Ot Whoma. call
X at Itocu Island city ticket Dfflce. 4I3ia
PROPERTY listed on our for aalo or rent,boe
will not be overlooked. Cut kept conUnaally
before our liatron. smllirn- nrl, mm f;,)...-
i brfom our latnuw .iiirL- iTri. T T 7r:7i .CTr
r A?,? ltroas. Squint, prltc re hndCObn
dentialiy and given tomyers.uuly. Lidlurvli. teu
anu, buyers and sellers are ln Itrd to-oull c orre!
tond. luvecash buer Tor North Slav pruperty.
Propert of nou-reideat.s left wlia n will be prop
erly cared for. lrael Uro. 13 N. Market oireet.
room 1, Israel balldm. dl.l
lOS . plat and prices orYletiDe-ey. OkUhom7ciI
J. at Rook lUnd city tioket olSee. dlSsCl
ARlloTs. ATTENTION .vrtlsta matrlaU. art
" stuale. picture tauldlnifs.adfraaewhOlr-sa-e
and retaiL Catalogue tree on aHdlrattou. P.
P. Martin. IK N. Market t Malt eruer proajpay
attended to. CatalogUaree. dl30lJr
FOR TRADE -Athnrr dfcck fre.aa cler tj
trae for horea or. catttk Prlce-fjliaO- fh
Phlfer. JL Wyandotte ttw t, Kansas City. Mo.
X?OR plat nnd prices o( flenney, Oklahoma, call
. at Rock lsixnd cliy ticket oClcn. dta-0t
u can print your cards from tK copf.T ptvte,
Under this head 2c ler line per day.
M ON Kit IO LOaN t.hrt time money on all
kinds ttf chaUul heeurlty in tuinttu suit bor
rotter 31ai-rls Jt Rood, FlrelutiK'h blosk. 130-tf
AfONEYTOLOAN-Weh).. short lmo money
L'X to Iomu on good chattel seourlty. Rooms 1 and
J UuulcAro block.
A I ONK V TO LOAN-On horses, cattle, farn. lm-
-A'r, Ditrocaia.piawana-onraa rurailar. and
all klndtot personal property luaay amount from
teudollarsup T. Nuh A Lcs, over IW N. Main
MONEY TO LOAN On household Roods and
other coott so-urltle without removal. Bail
nes ntrlitly conhdcutlaL lia Kaal Third strict.
MONET TO LOAN On fnTnltun.plm, r
K.in. honcft. u.ulci. wagons alia all LlmlxoC
L'ootl chatted curltle4 laouialt or hnre amownu
money alw ays on hnd. term- tow-. 1amu tat-med
at orlirinal rates. Licklnou j Co., room 30 HodK
wtck block. dtHM.
I3AHTIES-Inneichborliiir cities con havo their
orders for artliUt' matrial.of alt kluda
promptly tilled by M-n.llni; them lo F. P. kliLrtlaUt
N. Market M Wichita Ka., ctitltvue f ra. dJLM 1
C1IIATTEL and collateral luana, roota COS SrxlcT
wick block. da?U
WAKTU Botrawan far nay oa. Srct jaan
gt a tanca. If yoa waai nawjt?f
-P ' ' - ' m" -T 'n'-i t nai' -1 'iff Wlch
la Baahln O. )H. 1U wl)nk ava. mdmm
TTrANTED To 14
a tank sad im-
IT prevnd ceaual
I ra&B?t5rtl Jlml a
uat f er cant aad a 1
fclay what the tltia U x. J. K. anmfkrw Jb
WATXrrpcrwer far gtwiaffillinaiy
at lb lawaaxrataa oa mli Mtaaaat tlaiaW aa.
1 oa iy Uuaad Oa
canty loana. aaia Unou
VrkAlta Baaklas Ou, Na.
Under thi hnul 2c jwr line per 1t.
LOST-Thun-day afternoon on Third Ktrret, b
twewi JIalu and Wkhlt otreet. Contained
money and rhie. Hndr w-llllw Jibrratly rewarded
b returning name to el3 Wot Caatnil nicni.o.
IOST Tbr cwi brnnded on loft Jaw-, Uo other
J brnndftoittlde Any luforiUAtlou will lm rv
w iirded by J. L. Jloore A Son. ft't Wichita. Ja tV
I OST A luvtr of uold Mctucle. Win Hay Ulwr-
ljully for Uu;lr rutuni to 1L0 Carry hotul. Or. E.
T OST Monday a toll of monry cotuiNUnof ono
LJ JlPnoto and tnrf ' notes, folded t-.'thtr
liupKed lo dp Icmt lu the nolxIiborliotKi
f Ui court
Iioum or ptwtoraco A reward d f 10 will b jal
ror us return to v, u. unphant, i .". Miutuiaa.
Under thl h-d 2c per Iln pr day
yi'Tu YElTon'bTOLKN l ltoWBlir about HVi
phands lilifh, thlt In f!eh.Trrt -yf- ifVrt m
hind k tvliil white to piUTnrt, ahort uil t,nd Lov
all re-and. Call or hend word to 12i Ncrth Unroot
Ucdcr tii's h-iu 2c a Un- prr day.
Under this hd '.ct-r ilnm pY day.
J 701. NO Hay marr tl. ai tI Nonh iluin irrr I
room H and dpucrltM- (lrty dU V
ffAKEN UP A Uiy hone Ont rr cu hata "iu
X l provluij property and puylnt: harzra Cll
on JoSaober. bornttnrriitj'. Knrwil- dl
Under thU LiU it j-or l.oo prr day
CjTORAOlt for haqhold '&. er mvehiaitUa
tj boxoa or 1
If tou mxr iMT cooda to
Lrluc ihwm ta ia Wloiiia. Utrc (X. No. IM
I'ndrr tbl hal 7r vt tr pr day.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Laid Ice Blank
We are prepared to rurriifili all
the Ls.ua Orrice Blanks:
Na -C3 Homawtd Eatry.
4-070 Fbaal IJcaiVvL
i-072 Contested UoaaUai.
i-Wl IicxcitMwi Law.
a -SiS Coatt II&tnetea4 Iaw.
4-575 Ex. I'arV CoalmUA JloiaHoL
0. 4-tM "DtCATiY2T7 OJTrd,
4-tAb-SoHltn Jclaratofj k, AJUarli.
4-5W .Sldir Waclaralory.
fleav b or and ordr hj Kmmhv,
Th- IKank are worth from Fifty CaU to
One Ddlar and Plity Ceo Jr fc4rad.
Tbere are three blanks prepar
ed especlallv by G. Henry H.
Copp, or Washington City, for
Oklahoma, which wc are seillnK
at the lorr price of 60 centn per
rrrJinla5duiircaraf wnr nuiaa&t
es all train ea ti O. K. X. ra3w7.
-Kock lalaad KawJ." hw Wl"
Tcpeka. Kasaa Cltr. . Jt?a Cjilcar
& t A