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Jgfoe Wtitkiiz paxlij gaugje: UEtKesdaogf fjtari&g, iprmit 19, 1890.
FINANCE1ND COMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-88 cattle, 1,162 hogs. The cattle receipts were light to day and not up to the demand. Prices on good stuff was much the same as for several days past although eastern markets quoted them dull and lower. This market was active, competition strong and prices strong-. The hog re ceipts were the largest for several months. The early market opened about steady at $3.87 1-2 but soon broke to $3.82 1-2. Bulk of the offer ings went over the scale at this price. The close was called strong. WICHITA IKE STOCK KAEKET. ViciUTA, Kan., March 13. CATTLE. Recelots S3, shipments 47. The run of cattlo ivas Bgaln light today, there not being enough to meet the actual wants of the lmyers. The competition was strong and ilie market active. Prices -were mcch the same as for several days past. Kansas . lty reported cattlo slow and lower. Chicago's re reipts this morning were TOU) and market stead'? Choice fat butcher's cowS and Iieifqrs, blockers and feeders are the best sellers'and thfrlunding features of tlio market at present, although everything tliat Is offered sells at -strong market values. The mar ket closed steady on fat cattle, poorer grades a little drag?-. Native shipping steers, fancy, HOft&lGuO lbs flfO ISO Good to extra Wml.VtJ 3 10 i 00 Good to extra native butcher steers, 1100 12011 lbs .TOO OS 3.1 Good IJutchers steers, 8001CO) '1 ) 3 1.1 Native feeding steers 2 ffi (-3 25 Native stockers 2 G.1 (g.2'.0 ( lioloe cows and heifers 2 40 &2 75 lair to good enws and heifers 2 10 fe2 :ti Hulls and staffs '-00 (2 01 Caiinors .". 1 C5 31 S5 Poorer grades and scallawags 100 1 50 KEI'IIKSENTATIVK SALES. The following are the representative sales of cattlo at the stock yards today: Nt Description. Av'gt. 8 Rutcher steers 1131 18 Mockers 6tt! 2 Mockers '.'JO fi Stockcrs 1003 1 Stocker 010 2 Stockers tiTO ."5 v.to'kers (20 4 Stockers 812 2 Stackers 43) 2 Hulls .17J) 1 Choice liutcher heifer .1210 2 Choice, butcher ctfws 12i1 1 Good butcher cow 1340 4 (ioodlmtcher heifers KIT 1 Good Itutchercow 1100 2 Good butcher cows 1000 "I (food butcher cows 957 1 Good butcher cow 1U0 Price. 3 40 3 15 3 10 3 10 3 10 3 00 2 00 3 00 1) 2 m 2 50 2 40 2 21 2 50 S Good butcher heifers HUB 2 55 -r Good Imtoher heifers !Ht 2 55 1 Choice lHitcliur heifer lll 2 HI 1 Good butcher heifer S10 2 41 2 l;iir butcher heifers Ml 2.(0 1 Cairner . I'TO 175 1 Canuer 73) 175 lious. Kccf ipt 1102. Tlie receipts were the most liberal for several mouths and the jmckers were glad to see he 'nrease. The market opened iilmut 2!o lower than ia-t night's close. Early telegrams reported heavy rims and declines of lOS-lSc in eastern market-. i?id this market declined to iVUU; wliich Is 7Vc ) r : iian yesterday, only about one half of the de iii r;ort-d fiom Kansas -City, which certnlnly fli... strongly in favor f the market as a reliable .;; i) fact, all things considered, there is no hog u.nvk't in the country that equals it. Chicago re ; r; t'd :.() J hogs on sale and lower. Knnsas City n ported the close strong. This market closed fctroriij with bulk of sale at $3 82. HKl'UBPmTATIVK HALES. The following are the reprofeentatlTO sales of hogs t the yards to-lav: No. Bock. average. Phick 47 40 3fi4 3S7W - .... 2M 3S7j! .; i asr 337J- S) 255 385 ".' .... 381 SSi S3 .... W3 3S2tfc' .'i .... 231 3S2V5 'i 180 31 382J.J 15 .... 211 38.' 4i .... 3B7 S8KS ! 3) VXi 3S2 3ft '... -atll 3E2K C- S 22t! X8t 57 ass s&'S T4 .... 2& 3Wi 'I fttt K .",.S2 .1 MO t 3K2U " S30 Mi :isi U (Wob) 242 375 SHBEP. "."''M.Ing doing, prices steady. r.ood mutton sheep, Si10i) $2V375 '.or..! Mock, wethej's, 75ft1 c jood to extra iambs 119100 Wichita Ilorscand MHle Marlret. Wichita, Lnn March IS. "P'. re is very 1H tie stock coming In and buyers ,1 I'hctirt work to get enouxh to supply actual de i.iiil .11 the hue of good streeers ud drivers. I) J' "i draft loiei tiocnl draft lHrsa- Kx'r.i mitreh iOii mures Ixii.i drivers .. (ioil !ri'er'J . ' tra .-treeters . Good streelers Oregon .!'.; . 14 hamls "Jif-v 14ltHlHlS Mule, VAi bauds M-.'et. 1 avy ltV16 hads... Mules Plugs ..$125 00 ISO 00 .. H)00gll5() .. lltl(iiV. 125(1) .. 70ll0( tfiHI .. l.VI (Xvt22.1 00 .. 100 00;... 125 00 .. !1.".(U11II( .. saimi .. ;tr XK..j & , -j .. 20(lh'J.H.OO .. til 0l).t 7.1 00 .. H)(ikA ttldl) .. Ml UK". 10,1 Oil .. xsvufcfei&irn ... wmvaoooo IJrier Mention. Largest hog: receipts for several months. "Wliittaker whs :i strong hog buyer to day. Ed AVeidlein, Augusta, had :i car of hogs on today's market. The Bank of Bnrrton sent in one car of cattle and one car of hogs. Prom & Morton, Fall River, marketed a car of hogs. J. M. Jjtmlx.'1-t, Latham, had a car of cattle and hogs on today's market. Paugh Bros., Sedgwick, marketed a car of hogs. Y. T. Bulkley, Rose Hill, was on the market with a car of hogs. II. Alills, Newton, sent in a car of good hot-.s. J. V. Scott, of Kell & Scott, came in from Peck with a car of cattle and hogs. G. Koch, Cheney, marketed a car of hogs. t. T. Bussell, Maize, was on the yards with a car of mixed stock. L. 11. Spencer came in from Belle Plaine with a car of hogs. Dunnaway & "Whittaker, South Haven, Sent in two cars of good hogs. 11. J. Hucklc sent in a car of hogs from Mtil vane. White it Cain, Freeport, marketed a car of cattle and hoifs. J. B. Kcll, Clearwater, sent in a car of he ,:s for today's market V. J. Garland. Kiowtt,narkcted hogs. Y iliiam Flood had a car of mixed stock on tiu market. Boslcy Bros., city, marketed some good cattle. J. W. Smith, an old time shipper of Sev ery, was on the market today for the first time with a view of shipping stock here if he found things satisfactory. He was sur prised at the amount of business being done on the market and was much pleased at the way business was trau-acted, and in future will make this his market. D. T. Hathaway, Venice. Kan, who used to ship a great deal of stock throuch here, vas at the yards todav and was so much pleaded with tbe outlook that he will ship some stock in here the last of this week. LIVE STOCK KAEKET. Ily lVIcurapli. K AXSAS CIT1-. Mo., March 1S-CATTLK Receipts T.-ii shipments 2,a Market KM lie lower. Stetx ?o .' 1 70: cows H S02 Hk suxkers mi feeders $110 . K HOGS Retvipt UJKik shiiuneiite JOHl Mar at ' ' 10c lower All s3Td iS 77t3 5; bulk 53 ;2U . . 'n. SHEE1' Keeeipte UCO, shipment none. Hut Kft stciuiy. Good to choice buulis and muttoe 3 58 j H-, tocker and feeders J5 U5 . St. Loris, Mo.. March IS. CATTLE Receipts St'H, shipment Stt. Market streoe. Natives S3S . ''. stackers and reeders Hi at3 .V), range 2 f3 tn. HOti: Receipts ettU. hhipoit. . Market lowi-r. Fair to choice heavy '. ?t fXICt 15. packinc jadcsM.llU SKEKP-ltecrfpt fOi 9Mpmeat- . Market steady. Fair to choice $UUk&&, lambs jiOi 3D. . . . "hicago. III.. March IS-The Drover'5 Journal re jro?: J.ATTLE Receipts 7HU, tMomeat Ul nrkrt (lull.-closinc lt- lower. .Sheers S3 4 M Chou-e lfecvei $1 5&4 s$. Mocker an feeders Wt 16 J .-.-.f.'. v,nc Unll AntY1 nvlJ I -JW'l 'Tnv m f fpd steers i2S.VSfe. IUKJS- Retvipts TtMfll ship ments OJ00. Market 5k'w, Hk- lower. .'lo-tnjr strong. M.xed and light H Hki 25. heavy H 04 a, skll 8M .-.l (V. SHEEP Receipt- !W shipments HUl Market Ftmn..-. Xatie S OOjmIU. western cora fed il W 6 70. TeJOMif 3 m&l 03. h.mb 5 (M (-t GL AVIchlta Provision Jlarkct, WtniJT'.v, Ka., March IS. There is islteatiaoreMrete prkw tm tome wt tie articles in the list on account of the high prices now being paid for hogs. There la a stronger feeling all around. SUGAR CURED MEATS-C-mvass or plain name, 20 lbs and up 9llc, hams 1320 lbs HHc, hams me dium and up Ift&ll ?c, hams small size 1012 lbs 11 12c, California picnic hams 5&c, breakfast bacon (full width or strips) S0Kc, dried beef ham (extra dry) Do, smoked beef tongues per doz. $4 CO, cottage or boneless ham$ 7K-C, New York shoulders 5-Kc. Cali fornia bacon CJfc Tennesee bacon 5c rolled shoul ders toneless 7ac SIDE MEATS Short clear sides packed (dry salt) ?5 40&5 55 per 103 lbs, clear flitches 5Jc, English bel lies 5(c, long clear sides 5 25&5 &j, shoulders 4c, clear backs So &V5 75 per 100 lbs, long clear bacon W 00fi 05 cwt, short ctear bwron $5 556 00, clear lmcon backs $0 (BsG 25, bacon flitches f5 S5SG 50, bacon shoulders 4-Jf. SAUSAGE Fresh pork snuago No 15J3Gc fresh pork sausage (extras) (, Vienna and and Frank furt 10c, head cheese 5c, holognas rounds Jjc, bolog nas middles 4Hc, nickles bologna IJc, tongue sausage 5c, liver sausage 5c, blood pudding oc. LARD Easts Tc's, choice family Cc, baker's epe cial Cc, pure leaf G&c, Whlttaker's Star C&c, Whltta ker's pastry CMc. FRESH MEATS BEEF Sides of whole carcasses 3i4TfHiHc, hind quarters bfis&Xc, fore Quarters 233Hc ioins7frt.se pokk 1'oric Joins s 5c, tender loins lk siare ribs 5c back bones 2c PKEPAKED PICKLED GOODS-PIg' feet nut in halves and spiced. Quarter hbls. 40 lbs. 1 CO. kitts, 15 lbs. &5c Pickled and spiced pig's tongue Kitts. 15 lbs. $175. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 U), kitts, 2ti lbs. C5c. "Wichita Wholesale Fruit Market. Wichita. Kan., March 18. There is a large supply of fruit to arrive this week. The demand continues good. ORAXGES-Mexicar. 3 0033 75 per bos, baskets 53 7.1S4 00. crates 3 50&5 7.1, California. Washington navats $5005 3.1 per box. California Kiverslde 4350 3 75 per ljox, Messina f 3 5033 75 per box. Imperial ?4 50 perl mix. LESION'S Messina ner box. .'U 50,a5 00. APPLES ?1 40sl .7) per bushel, St 2.135 50 per ' IJANAN'AS-tl 50 fe J2 50 per bunch, fancy (3 00 bbl. per uuncn. FIGS Layers 15(S,15c per lb, H oval boxes $350 3 75 per 100. DATES Persian GO lb boxes, SJ39c per lb, Fard 1214 lb boxes, 12c per lb. HONEY-California, 1 lb frames, 1713o per lb. Wichita Grain 31arfect. Wichita, Kan March 13. Receipts today were the lightest for some days. There is a good demand for all kinds of grain at quotations. The market is steady. Keceipis for 24 hours, 11,700 bu. corn, 1,S0Q bu. oats. GRAIX Car lots on track: WHEAT Good milling 555Sc, while other grades are quoted at .10c and down. COKX Xo. 3 or better, 15c. OATS-12K-i:ic. 1 1 YE Xo. 2 22&2(c, Xo. 3 2S 22c HAY-4 50 per ton, S4 00 in car lots. G HOUXD COltX Chop in car lots 35c per 100 lbs. Wichita Flour 31arkct. Wichita, Kan., March IS. The outlook for quite an Improvement in the de mand and better prices is very promising. Millers and jobbers are feeling quite encouraged over it. Uest patent, per cwt (standard price) 1 10 Second grade l H) Extra fancy i to Fancy l 40 Shlpstufl", bulk 4 40 liran 35 Wichita Produce Market. Wichita, Kan., March 13. Eggs rule strong and aro in active demand at nlwut 10. Choice butter is scarce and is wanted. There Is a liberal supply of poor stuff which is weak: and slow sale. POT ATOE Kansas 40c per bu. northern 00c. CABBAGES Xew California J250S3 00 per 100 li)S. OXIOXS Kansas, SI 251 50 per bu. EGGS 010c per doz. 1U7TTEK Fancy creamery 25c, choice creamery 22c. choice butter 14c, fair 12c, cooking butter 8c. CAEESE Eastern full cream 13c, half cream 11 12c skim S&i.'c. limburger 15lCc. brick 15S10c, full cream Swiss IViJltic CHICKENS Dressed SSc per lq. live $250 2 7.1 per doz. TCKKEYS Live C7c per lb. dressed 9llc Wichita leather Market. Wichita. Kan., March 13. Xothing new In the market. A very fair trade is being done. SOLE LEATHEK-(SIaughter)273.29c, B. A. 2527c good damage 21(23c HAUXKSS-Xo 1 oak 32c, L. n. 30c, Union 23c, HemliK-k 25c. CALI -Domestic C.VS1 frt, Froncli 3 101 50. CUT HALF SOLKS-Extra heavy $3 5tt, heavy ?3 00. medium $2 50, light -H 25(31 75. Wichita Hide and Tallow Market. Wichita, Kan., March IS. Very little doing as there seems to be very littlo demand for lddus at present. Prices weak. HIDES Xo 1 green 2J(c per lb. Xo 2 green 2Jfc per lb. Xo 1 green salt 3Mc. Xo 2 grnen salt 2fc, dry lilacs i,-r in, nuns anu stags l'tc. ALLOW-Xo 1 Ve pel lb, Xo 2 2c. IJIiiil I'tiliiS vOtoloC : each. MAEEETS BY TELEGKAPR Ncir York Money. Xew York. March 13. Money on call easy, ranging 3 to 4 per cent, last loan 3i, closed offered at 3W. Prime mercantile paper 5jf7'. Sterling exchange dull and steady at?4 S1J4 for CO ilav bills and $i MM " demand. The total sale of stin-k.- today were 13S.0S0 shares. Stocks were dull today and the close reacted slightly in price. 4scoupon Y2M 4! coupons 1CU? Pacific ( of 115 110 " Missouri t 1(0 Chl'-agoAs Alton 120 Ciiicago, Burlington i: Quincy. WM Lackawanna 135-H Lake Shore 11X7J3 Missouri Paclflc 72i Xorthwostern IWln Xew York Central IVffil Rending I0J Rock I-Iaml it! Vnion Pacific (KW Wabash 122 Western Unior S2JI Chlraso Grain and Produce. Chicago, III., March IS. There was a Rood trade within moderate range in wheat. Prices, however, were subject to numerous and quite sudden changes dur ing the session, and closed about c lower than yesterday. Corn was quite active at. times, the mar ket ruling a little irregular, early being quite strong, but later reacted, losing most of the advance, and closed a shade lower than yesterday. In oats there was a fair volume of busi ness with a higher range of prices. The strength was due to the better feeling iu wheat and corn. In mess pork quite active business was reported and prices ruled somewhat irreg ular. The feeling was rather unsettled, especially during the early part of the day. A fair trade was reported iu lard and the feeling wtis steadier. Opening sales were made at about yesterday's closing fig ures. In short ribs an unusually brisk busi ness was transacted and the market de veloped considerable strength about the middle of the session. f ' I ARTICLES. 8 Whont Mrch 79K mi 79W 77 May 9$k m 7t; 7tfj Jane ....- July 7SM 70 77K 77? Corn March April 21 2J5 29 23 May S8M 27g Twno 2a July MK S1J5 SI 31 0ts March May 28 af 21H 2lli June. 21) S1H1 21 21 Pork" March i IB X4 May W4T. 67K:Mt5 10 32 June 10 45 10 16 45 10 S2Js Lard- " March f. f. IS f. 00 f.10 May - F,mi4 fil5 ew ists Jane 6 12S MX 612Jt C 17) Jaly Short Ribs March S 5 67J4 6flS 5 07H May SIR SltS 6 iW .Iun 5N 615 5M 5 H July Gth qnotetfofts wore as follows: FLOUR Quiet and nnchanced. patent U4 JB. Spring wIhsh: Winter wheat iwsests tl at 4 tiu.stratahtsiiwiM.,, WHKAT-No. 2 Mrtng 7PnHc 0, !red7Jc. CORN 2Se2H!tC. OATS a21c. RYE-42W-. . BARLEY Nominal, 5oj.c FLAX SEED-f 1 t'v TIMOTHY-J1 21! 22. I'OKK-JW S7.W .'. IVRI-W 87i M. SHORT RIBS Shies 0aS IB. MIOULDERS-Dr-sltod54 25ai 43. SHORT CLE.VR SlDES-Ji &W 50. WHISKY $1 Ot SUG ARS-Cot loaf-77?&c, graaBiated fC, stand ard A 5tC. r Re.:epts. SUptats. heat Corn... Oats MUTTO Sttittl ""I 117.8001 BlTTER Low. Faaey Elrta creamwy 2fc 3SV(C. - western 2S3tc, jtao OtiSSc. HcA datrr, 203 aae HfsISc EGOS-JJe. Kansas City Produce. K.VNSAS ClTV, Mo., Maresfe IS. . Thfi DHr IHwWmBtKt: FLQUR-Quiot aftrf s4m1-. XX 85c; XXX TScj ita- ELDRID&E WICHITA UNION STOCK YARDS, WICHITA, KANSAS. PERSOXAIj atttention to M. C. CA3LPJBELL, Cattle Salesman. Our office is in charge of an ex perienced boolc-Jceepcr. WE SEND THE DAILY EAGLE TO OUR PATRONS FREE AS A LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT. Special information by wire or 1 Correspondence always has letter free on application. prompt attention. LIVEXSTOC ily 00c; choice SI 15: fancy SI 40; extra fancy $1 50 1 55: patent SI 751 60. WHEAT Steady. Xo. 2 hard cash GGac; :So. 3hardC0c. No 2 red 71c COKX-Higher. Xo. 2 cash 25J25J.fc O ATS Xo 2 cash 19c t'VE-Vn 2 r.iKli 3TCYfr-- LEAD Quiet bat steady. Desilverized refined i J3 G2JC, soft. Missouri SI 57. COKXMHLMi Weak. 40c cuKx chop ;kc. oK;TDulI,2Sc- HiSher PrICeS 'm charseaon arnrsiLtr c. II AY Fancy pniiric firm at 55 00S5 50. FLAXSEED 1 25. BUTTER Quiet. G'ood to fancy creamery 21 22c, dairy good to fancy ?gl7c CHEESE Full cream twins 10311c, Young Ameri can W5tl0JJc, western 89c, skimnjed 4S5c EGGS Firm at 10'. . LIVE POULTRY Quiet. Choice hens $2 502 73, ro)ters ?l 50csl 75, spring chickens f 1 75Q2 00.- PROVISIONS Lower. HAMS-i'J 25. BREAKFAST BACON-SHc. DRIED BEEF 7Je. DRIED SALT MEATS-Short ribs S2 00J12 70, long clear 5 50, shoulders $4 25, short clear $5 75. SMOKED MEATS Short rib sides JO 00. long clear f. 00, shoulders 5 00, short clear sides f 0 23. PORK $11 00. I' . LAKD-Pure 7 00, rclncd $5 3 St. Louis Produce. St Locis, Mo., March IS. FLOUR-FIrm but unchanged. XX $2 20-52 30, family ?2 40ra.2 50, choice 42 002 73, fancy 3 20 o ;. extni iancy ?.i ny .u. WiiKAT- vesterdav June 775i6iWV; clincd and closed c below yesterday. X'o. 2 wised cash 25KcMny 20a'a263ic, closed 20Hc, July 27 27J, August 2K OATS'Firraer. Xo 2 cash 2CK-C bid. May 21. IJYE-Firmer. Xo2 40ichid. BARLEY Quiet. Wisconsin 43c. ATTOKSTEYS AT JjATsVA Thos. o. Wilson, Jos. a. Bhubachek, City Attorney. WILSON tC BEVBACHEB, Attorneys at law, 231 North Main street, Wichita Kansas. TelephoneXo.il. dlOS-tf W. P. Campbell. Jas. L. Dyer. CAMPBELL DYEB, Attorneys at Law, Wictjlta, Kan. lOCtf II. C. Sluss. V. E. Stanixt. SL USS STANLEY, Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas. Harris, Harris Vermillion, Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Sl'cond floor. J. R. Hallow-jell, J.E. Hujie. Lnt U. S. Attorney. HALLO WELL & HUME. Lawyers, 142 X. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas. P. H. BOHBBAUGH, Attorney at Law. Attorney for Western Collec tion Uurcau. Rooms 17 and 18, Xo. lil X. Market itieet, Wichita, Kansas. E. B. JEWETT, Lawyer. Kansas. Rooms 2, i and C 203 X. Main St., Wichita, dlOI-tf JOH.V V. ADAMS. G. W. C.JOXES. G.W. ADAMS. ADAMS, JONES & ADAMS, Attorneys at Law. OIBcc, first stairway east of the Wichita National Bank. HC-tf Y. H. BltlDEXBAUOn. W. II. KAUCU. BBIDENBAUGII 0 BATJCH, Attorneys at Law. Rooms 5 and 7 at 205 North Main Street. dKJ PHYSICIANS. E. E. HAMILTON, M. D. Sneelalties: T)isrvjseof th r5eSj Eye. Ear, Xoso and Tbroat, .ii.uiu uuu iiLiiiiK Kiiu."n:7. Offlce 127 X. Market street, Israel &. Myers block. DB. C. C. F UP LEY. PHYSICIAN' : AXD : SURGEOX. office: 31 East Douglas Ave. Professional Calls Attended Promptly. 53-tf r.y ir -r c irTr'nr 7 t r t. . L. Y. b L. S. MU2 SELL, M. D S. 1 DB. E. EMMA COBB, Female and children's diseases a sprecialty. Home Tor Lmlles during connncn.ent. Strictly private when M desired. Letters of inquiry confidential -nd answered immediately on receipt of same. Home, 711 South Ida ave. Wichita. Ken. 113-tf DB. CBOSKEY. EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY. Onico hours 0 to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p. in. .30. Rconi 17. Fechhelmer BuLdinc. Sunday, 9 to DENTISTS. DB. I. C. WILSON. Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. Offlce lis East Douglas axenuo over Paul Jones & Co.'s dnig store, Wichita, Kanstis. 151-tf DB. E. H. CBEDITOB. Dentist. Office 114 X. Main over Smith & Stover's. Vitalized air administered. Residence 026 N. To peka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. fll-tf D. W. SMITH. Dentist. Room W Sedgwick building. Wichita, Kansac. d91-lm PHOTOGRAPHERS. BOGEB. The Photogranher. Pictures in all sizes and styles. He also carries the flnet assortment of picture frames in the city. Give him a friendly call and examine sampler TETEPEsTSIJPG'S. j. it. rnix.r.ir-5. s. e. phillii's. PHILLIPS 0 PHILLIPS, VETERIXAR Y SURGEON'S. Graduates of the Chicaco Veterinary College, members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso ciation. We are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary work, including canine practice, dentistry and all sursrtcat operations, 'loapnai accommotianons tor an patients requiring ypecuu care, -.iis oy leie phone. telegraph or mall will receive prompt atten tion bv day or night. Wo use an operating table instead of throwing horses. OfttYe, 111 Xorth Lawrence Avenue. Telepbooe Xo. 7L l-tf ASCHITECTS. JT. H. LYXCH. Architect and Supcrintfindent. Sedgwlcfchlock. OQce, Room 5CC IK-tf C. W. TEBBY. Architect and Superintendent. Rccrai IS acd 17 Bitting block, Wichita. Kansas W. B. McPHEBSOX, Architect. Room IS. No. 200 North Miia Strest, Wichita. Kansas. U7-tt w. t. jniomroor. o. w. jjikd, PBOUDFOOT C BIBD, Architects and Supu-lntendeols. OSes la Feca helmer Wock. PATENT ATTORNEYS. WM. .r. HUTCIIIXS. Patent sttsmty ai soUdtar. HMhaa4rai on clheer sad drattghtsnuui. FH report jatats to date. Vt veers or pr&ctkui x-rlrc. PreOmloary examinations vuuf . Rocas 11 atl IS Firh:c MortV. 154 N. liariet tr Bit. WtehiJ. Kta- dO-tf ESw?'?w3 mmmm SYSAUS? 3ftfci t PX-7i 5Jkr j SPECIALTIES: '--TfiSStiS Eye. Ear, Nose. Throat and SSSffiftiVl-SV Catarrh. Rooms 11. 13 and riW Ji No- Korlu 3Ialtl street- " Residence, 1200 South Em- i Sgl-gP poria. 61-tf I CAMPBELL BEPERENCE: Bradstreet's Report. Citizens Bank: Kansas National Bank. THE SALE OF ALL STOCK 2?. W. ELLTcIBGE, Hog Salesman, Our jyrivate yardman is always ready to receive and care for stock. co:mnssiof MERCHtA2sTS. COHOtTISSIO AGENTS. AESTBACTEES. A. JT. AETLEGATE. (With A. D. Mallory.) Abstracter, Conveyance & Notary Public, Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstrnctn to any land in Sedgwick county. Room 21G Sedu- wlck block. Can be found durln: business hoars at county imllrilnir lftWf RjBaJL ESTATE AG-EgTg F. IT. BEISSXEIi, 77-3a REAL ESTATE AGENT. Galveston, ... Toxos. A. it. WASSAM. J. II. DAVI CS. K. II. noOD. W ASSAM, DA VIES C HOOD, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. "Wichita and Galveston.' Special attention given to city property. Corres pondence solicited. Money carefully in vested for Non-reMiIcnts. Reference: Kansas National Bank. Wichita. diS-t! 1885' 1890. J. S. BABXES, Seal Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent PRATT. KANSAS. dDO-lm EDUCATIONAL. ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY, WICHITA, KAXSAS. Board and tuition, per annum, $1j0. Address, Sister Superior. Sisters of Charity, B. V. M. 103-tf THE BEAUTIFUL. Beautiful hopes only come to the- happy, ITestltoR in hearts that are strangers to care, Beautiful smiles only .play the. cheok over Marked by no sorrow or stained by a tear. Beautiful visions but como to the happy, Leaving the couch whero the sorrowing weep; Beautiful thoughts Sill their daytime with glad ness. Beautiful dreams lull the happy to sleep. ' Atlanta Constitution. Faltli in Savings Banks. For many years a little old harness maksi cf this city has been depositing money here until now ho has about 514,000 to his account, upon only $3,000 of which ho can draw inter est. This man lives in a very humble way, and has got enough, money to keep him in comfort for the remninder of his life; stil? he keeps on depositing. Time and time again I have expostulated with him, telling him he should invest his money, so that it might bring in an income, but all to no purpose. It's tho old story over again. Ho will keep saving till bo dies, and then his relatives will fight over and squander his mono-. In tbu oonnection I may say wo havo a number ol similar accounts of people who havo never taken their money anywhere else and whe cannot be induced to. Interview in Brooklyn Eagle. Does Xot Llho Theatre Going Ministers. Queen Victoria appears to have a prejudice againt clergymen who go to the theatre. She is said to havo stricken out tho names ol clergymen from the list of her guests invitod to see the theatrical representations at Os borne. Hor majesty proves by thi3 exclusivenesj i. ,1 C T ,t j 4. l-n .1 . that sho is not in touch with the new tone in clerical circles. W hen Dean Aliimau went tc the theatre, some forty or fifty years ago, h was supposed to havo created a shocking scandal. Now most of the clergy go to th theatre and think nothing of it. I saw a bishop in-the stalls, It is true, but I have seen an archdeacon. I have talked with a dean on tho steps of tho Lyceum theatre; and at for curates, why, tho London curate is, ai Voltaire said of the Prophet Habbakuk, ca pable du tout. Cor. Liverpool Mercury. A Duke "Who YV:is a Kootmaker. The late Due do ilontpensier was in many ways a romarkablo man, and his career wai full of excitement. Ho had a fine type ol Bourbon features, a tall and dignified figure, and a doterm ination which was unhappih exemplified in tho sanguinary duel in whicl: he killed his cousin, Don Euriquo de Bourbon. Tho king, his father, brought all his sons up to a trade, and tho Due do Montpcnsier wot an admirable bootmaker. HLs name will b recorded in history in connection with 'th Spanish marriages," for he married the sister of Queen Isabella II of Spain, in which coun try the alliance was very coldly received. His daughter was the wife of the late king ol Spain, and another daughter married th Comto do Paris. Ths due was the sixth soc of Louis Philippe, born in 1S2-4. London Times. Getting a Marriage Licence. At Cincinnati most of the documents are issued during; tho noon hour or later in the day. Widowers applying for a license blush deeper and more vividly than tho applicant for his first paper. More lies are told at thf inarriagQ license desk than at any place in tho country -where an oath is administered. Female applicants do not hesitate, stammer or tremble like the males. Neither do thej tissumo a look of triumph when the ordeal has been passed. Very young. m-n invaria bly pay for their licenses in lar,.- bjls. Th older the applicant and the less sentimental he feels tho smaller the denomination of hi money. Real modest men wear overshoe Tf hen askinj; for a license. Tb fact is typi cal of a deiro to sneak in and out without making a noise Chicago Herald. Hints to the Slecpleu. Hor many hours' sleep do you requlrel No rule can be laid dotvn, Jeremy Taylor thrived oa three hours, sad so does Cardinal Nevrman. Many centenarians are contented with five hours; but some cf thsm rcquirt eight or nine. Eut there ara two rales ol sleepinc which everybody may adopt with ouz hedtation. 1. 2fever let Toarself be mvakened by anybody else, but -wait cntfl you have slept out vottr sWp. 2. Get no & soon aVfni nra-sr Tf tm fnll tJ, . I .," ..- u , i- " -r. i j imra, ueasun v.. u-cj" m " j soon regulate thecsselves. If you read yourself tc sleep, yc-u should read a. he&Tj book, not a light oati. A dell book is jrood, a stapid cn is bttr. Some persoas reoomeseed n. cap of beef tea jnst to sinus ta digesden. Si. Jaaiss Gazette. Thomes Joc, for k-:3"!-ir a porter ia a hard-rare hoot- ia Fo t reyse has, by thf death of a relative ia Jsa-rlaad; fallen heir tc 537i,C01 It k th oa-eishth pertltia cf aa estate valeed at 53,000,CCO. Jotac has besa o day laborer all his liTes. ADVERTISE COLUMN. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Your Wants Supplied. The following rates under the different heading will be charged. STPayable Strictly in Advance. Xo advertisements taken for less than 10 cents. One line advertisements charged same rate as two lines. NO ADVERTISEMENTS TAKEN "TO RCN UN TIL FORBIDDEN." Prices given under classified head? in this column applicable only to local advertisements. No foreign ouvertlsemcnta taken t prices given. Answers to advertisements sent ic care of the Eagle office should be called for within 10 days after insertion. When advertisers wish replys for warded to them stamped envelopes must bo scut. Rslerence to formtr advenisenjenti should give description and date of insertion or copy of the ad vertisement should be sect. Not responsible for advertisements given or dis continued by telephone WAXTEDFE2IALE HELP. Under this head 2c per line per day. 'Domestics. "WANTEO-GIRL FOR GENERAL AND CHAM 1 T ber work. 220 North Main street. Mil 2t WAXTED-A GOOD SECOXD GIRL WAXTED at 2315 North Emporia ave. 102-12t Xurses. La un dressses. Miscella n co us. WAXTED-EXPERIEXCED WAIST HANDS at once L. E. Breckon, Fletcher block, room IX iftiJt SITUATIONS FEMALE. Under this head lc per line per day. Domestics. Ho uskecpers. TTAXTED-A GOOD BOOKKEEPER: WOULD prefer ono who can write short hand and oper ate type writer; ladv or ccntleiuan. Address in own handwriting Lock Box 81. ldM- Miscellaneous WANTED MALE HELP. Under this head 2e per line per day. T7ANTED-AT THE GUTHRIE PLANING MILL ti one Rood turner and machine hi and: steady job and good pay Apply at mllL Guthrie, I. T. 101 i Trades. WANTED-AT ONCE. HARNESS MA'KEliSAT Hemy Schad's, 1(6 West Douglas. lOW Boolclocpers and Clerks. "WANTED IMMEDIATELY A COMPETENT t man for clerkship or rirtnership in jrenerai in surance business. Inquire of John L. Boyd. 3(6 Sedgwick building. AVtf Boys. Salesmen. OALESMEX-AX ENERGETIC MAN WAXTED O to push our manufactures on this ground. Ono of our agents earned 5,2U) iu VJ. Audrcss P. O. box 1371. .New York. !.-' Coachmen, Teamsters, etc. TyANTED A GOOD MAN WITH A TEAM"to pirden. Inquire lulu Riverside ave. 1(XW! Miscealla n eons. SITUATIONS MALE. Under this head lc per lino per day. TT'AXTED-A YOUNG MAX OF STEADY HAB- its wants a situation on a farm: understands farming well and will guarantee juit-faction. Call on or address W. W. Charles, 224 Xorth Main street. dl05.1t Trades. Bookkeepers. Boys Salesmen. Coachmen, Teamsters, etc. Miscellaneous. Employm cnt A yen cics. Under this head 2c per line per day. AGENTS WANTED. ' Under this head 2c per line per day. "X T ANTEBAGENTS FOR OUR ADJUSTABLE door plates: can sell and nut tOLttber at once. White enameled letters for window siens. and new ' noor liens; ?. 10 f ua clay rany maue sesung to ousi- i ness men only. Address New York Door Iate Co., ia Aim nrceu -ew icrK. iu .i "WASTED-MAX AS AGENT OF OUR PATENT safes: size 2xlSxlS inches. $55 retail. All sizes as low. Xew styles; New patterns; new locks; new factory. Not governed by safe pool. Every safe warranted. Rare chance. Pennnnent business Our terms and catalogue will convince you. Agents clear f 300 to 500 per month. Write for exclvsivo territory. Alpine Safe Co. Cincinnati, O. S'Jw&satS WANTED AGENTS-IN EVERY CITi" AND village In the United States (except In stato of Kansas) to sell to lawyers; Just tho !xok every lawyer needs; endorsed by lawyers everywhere; sells at sifiht; no delays necessary, as book can Imj delivered when sale Is made. Applicants must bo able to fnrnlsh reference when required. Full par ticulars free.- Address tho Wichita Eagle. Wichita, Kan. 71tf. TU"ANTED-AGENTS TO CANVASS WICHITA for a new nrticle. Sells on sight. Address at once P. O. Bos ZV, Anthony Kan. 1UM" WANTED AGENTS-IN ENERY CITY. TOWN and village In the United States (except In lago as) to ! . of Kansas to take bscriptl PoMmars ! copies free, casli commissions; money can be maie by gettingup clubs. Address the VUchlta Eagle, jcjiiux, nail. 71 -tt WAXTED Horses and Vehicles. Xntedto-exchaxgPsecond'hand ? V buggy for small horse or large pony. Kansas Buggy company. W5 2t TVTAXTED-TOBUYA GOOD FAMILY HORsE Y V Must weigb from 1.200 to 1,300 pounds. Hwy Bros Palace stables. 16 5 WHNTED--MISCELLANEOUS WAXTED-DO VOL WANT PROPERTY AXY- t where in thf United State-? Then call on or address, 21 1 Xort h Ma in street, WJch Ha, Kan. MS 3e ANTED TOTItADE AN lixCElZEXT farm of 1C0 acres for inkle Wichita property suitable for wholesale Imsine?. Farm locatd twenty miles from clt: a railroad comluc: twodpt, slnr and pc-loflice-. no better laiwi. and all improved. Call at IS11 East DoaglaK, cr by tf iepbone No. 12ft M6 1 WAXTED-ONE HUNDRED OR1MFe"etOF ttroperty on a rallrned. wtthin thrwi b4cks of Douglas avf-nue, or on Mls.onri I'aciBc railway. bt twen First and Part streets. Oscar Z. Smith Co 133 North Market street- JUT -TTT-VNTED-TO TRADE A QUARTEIt SECTION VV of Und in Greeley cowity. Kaa.ii. for drag stock. For parUcalara writ to C M. Ot, Tribune. Kan. HX W 7aNTED-OFFICEDESK. ADDRESS 1M7 N. ? Lawrence. dSW -CTT-ANTED-A GOOD SECOND HAND SEVEN V eighth Hgbt top bogy; mast be a iMtrsaln state price. Addre-; P. H, D. oare Eagte o3cj. MM 'AXTED-TO BUY A SECOND HAXD tUK.h 1 top ofSce di Addre. F. It. IL Eagle ofllre. W-TED-OO"!'- LIVE JACK K.VBBITS. ' foil tro-a. in any ntwal-r f rotn o xm Vi. hv Hvered In WicWfu by April Ik tlM"-e " to pronrr Umsi pli-s 4ilrw at DBf. Mattag a-uair mtui prtrc. -. Louis coorsing .UAeetottoo, Ottr . tc Loots M. WI- TtT ANTBD-PAKM-WE nAVE BUYERS FOB teraa-f if yw ' to -di yar farm nakk U tt with O-y-ar - Smtth A Cx. 1 lm. Market. JM1 -T"ANTED-A PCTciTTt vTOKE KOSTkiAJftH while a&sefidtag Ael. CaU at ace ef S-vtia-treHcm llasla!- College. tb-tf TT'ANTEI--BCYEI1.S FtMi MtLKATlBI Jf. LaTreace arestH-; alit riU 1 dettrrml at BUSINESS CHANCES. Under this hea4 3c p-u 11a per day. TUSI VES? OPEXIXG-A OENTLKMAN OF .- XUhU8e4fBMImyad,ay yar rpsl- rarr U a wrrrtanaJ and fidxtlre cafMi-tty. Aut:t to nwie a cl I-oj&m-m. ctxMM-rtMb. arotaaUy -wttOt-. WaaM irrf- v-ttU xbmvubd Mkn arf hi TfV-. strtrt-f iTt!5t gta-B 3Md inaint A6dr. tall taform&aua. -UrT eaftdnftel. BSiJitS." carr Carrier No. 3d. WtcMlua, Kan. J I "OCSlNES-sFOR SALE-IF YOT WANT. JLiawasAeo. n'Hjr nvwawr ua iwntin 1 1 on TsvurMr lmn. est jl un kk. Real EiC8AtcaBHMqr. 1 Ncetk Mafb-c 7-K :Clui-FTOCK OF iftfoi AT T V1WT iDgku. xftvtwt ma BOABDEllS. Uader ika haad Sb jm- Owi -wr -. &T3t.rxtiii-fv:Fiu. dt '$ T.V 0 O 0o C0C' THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Tour Wants Supplied, WANTED Houses and Booms Vnder this head 2c per line per day. WAXTED-A LARGE rTxSHEDbnLXFTK nlshed room, by two voung men. within five mjiutes walk of Hotel Carey. Address Kansas Spring Bed Co, Second street ud Mead avenne. dl053 EABTXEBS WAXTED. Vcder this head 2c der line per day. FOB SALE Farm Property . Vnder this head 2c per line per day. P OR SALE A FARM OF THREE Qr.VRTER sections; will sell 1, 2 or three sections; first-class improvements, runnin; stream on two quarters; will be sold cheap, as it must be sold. 437 X. Law rence. W-tt FOB SALE City Beat Estate. Under this head 2c per hne per inr- FOB SALE Horses and Vehicles Under this head 2c per lino per day. T7OR SALE-A HANT1SOME PONY AND CART. A? with harness. Ponv ha tine saddler and driver. The m bole outfit. Fashionable cart. Room 11 Ru tins block, from 2 to J p. m. dnH K TTOR SALE-A POXY, GOOD SIZE, WITH HAR Jf ness and phaeton, cheap for n-h; or will trata for trooil Renue driving horse and cart or twooat riff. Will pay something additional if trade- suits. Apply to fc5 Xorth Market street, room 5, Israel block. FOB SALE Household Goods. Undir thi head 2c jkt line per day. ITOll SALE-A FIRST CLASS XEW ENGLAND J? t.k)tta:re oivun. nonrlv new. altno-4 at your owti price. Call early ou W.V. Charles, 22 North Mate, room 3. M6 St FOB SALE Miscella neous. Under this head 5c per line per day. rpOR SALE-A YOUNGrXEWMILCIICcVwAXi) X1 about one-half ton of ha', tor IS. EwjBlre Id Hlttins avenue. MX "TTOR SALE. TRADE. OR EXCHAXGE-IF YOU JC want to trade with W. W. Charles call earl-. Vv e clo-od three targe real estate deals yesterday. nd twothedav before. By trading with as you ch close deal at once, as we handle onr own property. 224 Xorth Main street, room X KR 3t TTOR SALE-AX EXCELLENT COW FOR SALE; JD she lo perfectly gentle and gives very rleh niUfc Call at 1127 X. Topefcn ave. ljL ITiOlfsALEDKLIYEICY WAOOX.TULL COY ered. Wisconsin made; will srtrtl cheap. CUl at 130 Xorth Market. . Ml- I?OR SALE-LIGHTSTUDKBAKER TOP BUGGY . and good harness for sale cheap. iHO.itlr.jrooiu 11 Getto block. XH-8- l?OlTsALE-CARRIAGliS. BUGGIES. PIIAkI A: tons, and harness. Topeka Ave. sta bliss. KH I70RSALE A 10-HOIlSrTpOWKR IsXOIXK IN 1 goop repair. Wichita Soap Mfg. Co., ttftSowth Fifth avenue. Wichita, Kan. RB-Wt F ORSAIAfOR i'TISADlONE SCnEWClTTIXG lathe, 12 inch swing; 1 3-horse engine -awl lmMer; blacksmith outfits. Address JUitne, ewe ttcte otlire. 1U WJi UOR SALE OR REXT-CITY OK FAP.M PROP J? erty, improved or unimproved. Landlords, ten ants Imyers and sellers take notice. Israel Bro, 125 X. Market, new Israel block; phune 31i. '.fe-tf "T710R Sale DEEDS. MORTGAGES AND ALL T kinds of legal blanks: blBnk receipt ljooks. noti books, etc.. at the Wlcfalta Eagle oflloe. Orders by mall promptly attended to. dUt-tf FOR SALE SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND writers' note books, blank receipt and note loks and legal ltlauks of ovry kind. Mull onlers promptly attended to. Call on or apdrrss the Wich ita Eagle, Wichita, Kan. lW-tf 370R SALE-A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPH mapof theclty of Wichita; (rives lHUiMWOfstre-tN. liublic buildings, rollexeo. parks etc., siio 12xlS on linen paper, price a cent, each: 3 fur 10 vritta: ,8 '-ntH a dozen. Address the Wicldta Eagle, Wichita, Kan. dWMf FOB BENT Houses. Under this head 2c per line per day. anted" furnished" residexceT TO rent lor two montli. commencing April 1. lty TV afamil of three, no children: reference iwf,tly satisfactory; favorable opjiortunity for partie dexir ing to lie absent to leave their residence in ponii--tent liands. AddrusM. full particulars, V. J.. DU North Water street, city. KB S- ?FOn RENT-A SIX ROOJI FURNISHED ili&houoc. At 431 North Fourth street, dt ftffVOn RENT-ON COLLEGE HILL-GOOD SIX Eidlroom houM?. jvirtly furni-heil if desired, cellar, cistern, pump and idnk in ll(Hle: tlvo cIomUi; tm stre,tcart nick Just at top of hill: ?15 per mouth. Also gootl four room hou.se iu MHtltewvm nildlUim. 217 Muthewsou a enue, V ver month. A. A. Hyde. (IH)lf f?"3 FOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE. WITH BATH lii;vroom. water cloet. gas, citr vater. In jjikxI re pair, with or without stable. Inquire- at SSi Xorth Topcka avenue. It. S. Corrcgan. Wt FOR SALE. OR TO REXT-A FURNISHED five room cottage, convenient to iiacklng botuwn stock -ards. For information app'y t F. S. Hotcbkin, 305 Scdgvick bulldhig, or at axil Jackson avenue. dlW tf ft FORENTKESIdnCB' FLuVTS. four liHt rooms eacli CSFOIt RENT OR SALE HUSINESSAND R1SI ijlleuce property in all parts of tire city. Isragi Bros. Itt-tt w?FORRENT-104 XORTH EMPORIA. EIGHT l--V nmni linu.se. rlooctn nantrr. nullar. city watr. barn ami carriage room, lm-mro at 3RS Soutli lw rence ave. HUM' FOR RENT-A HANDSOME COTTAGE ON COL legelltli. Inqnlro at the Kentucky hat store 497 Ka-t Douglas. Sk-1t "S FOR RENT OR SALE RESIDENCES IN ALL lUu. parts of the city. Wright & Co., oat of jxwt oaice. l-tf FOB BEXT Tiooms. Under this head 2c per llneper day. iu:6r iVent-furnied P rrxims: evt'rv ruim hast a. nice larve closet. KiHinln- of W. W. Charles. 221 Xorth Main, who baa autt a number of residences for rent. K)5 X T7-OR REXT-FRONT "ROOiirnSTFIKlK. Sj outside entrance, Bruvfla carpet. UntiUtal furni ture; 12 per week. 8U North Market- MS 1 J70R RENT-OXB ELEGANTLY "FURNISHED . room on first floor; ah-n front awl 4de rooma oa second, with board, at the SUJeronie, 24 North T70R RENT-FURNISHED 1: North Main street. ROOMS AT 220 OR REXT-TWO FRONT ROOMS. 1M NORTH Topeka avenue. MM 'OR REXT-FURXISHED ROOMS. SIXOLK OR en suite: best of board nxt dr. If5 Xorvk Law- rence avenoe. "nOR RENT-ROOMS FURNACE nEAT. JO JL North Fourth avenue. MMt TTOR RENT-A FLAT INS mrrLEirM.OCX. JL' on M-oood Boor. consUUnc f w Mta,cal room. cloets. bnth nB. . A-tpty t II. R. Bt ler. No. 'Mi Sooth Main stret. M U 1TOR RENT-THREE GOOD HOOKS IN DOUBLE JL ha with sprat4 uQUWe down and Matt-war. Ktabir ami ganlen. Ow bit ick f sln-et ear, rlmrrch and school. G1 neiln,hx'i. Hel atatxM noth ing to right irty. Inquire at 1MB l!a. Duflicte. 7?OR RENT-FURNISHED rioOXATSr NORTH J: Market. -6 FGB BENl'Storcft. Under thte had 3c per Hn Jh eay. UOirRENT-BRITO STORE-ROOM NO. Ill KAT JC Dowtla! aeiif!. Bat offlr ari ntwymy rrn. u good parties v-ry low. in Rlchlalid Mucx. Bart. tt son, air DtragbM arena. ml FOB BENT Farm Property. Under tfete Jxad Jc peJ Rbe vz 4ajr. K K RENT-O ACRES PASTUBE FErED wMJ tltrw win nxer irtm. ranalav tnicr inroogh tbe Urt. all ww artdi 1 w W. D. JkUr mlcfc. room K, nrbaoek Mock. Wtekifa. Kaa. Mtt Ft RENT-SEYKXTY ACKHS COW SKIX b-jttom lanrf for BXH. Gd kvtaa. bar. c Call at auc. Iw-mIMw. ti tt FOB BEXT Miscellaneous. I'ndr taM kaad 3c Itoe ytr 4ar- MISCELLA NEO US. Under Urn huswi yrr Urn prr day. w TE HAVE FOR SAI.B 15 HIVKK5IDE ADD1- ttno t I- arrrt: tfc-7 tbatftre tnnc can; Basn!k.-irnt tmprartratrmAn a rhajwii Hk UM caat lx er-a loog. Cau 3L nastta it C, KB Xorta MarferC tt f cdrGTlfT AJAWofXTTMlTK OW 1. rxhttdtiaiB M WtcHiui. tt -rMld a-- tka Xkjwkr.. Tike W-X Ukat I ea d t gH" nr itooir tatnauiam a t Um mtaerml Uad ttcra. Addrr-i Leet Mm 3SK. Ctlte . Ma. S-W TTOKKARfiAINS-KAXD-MADB W3WUC HXK X r Wik ttntt; natae harm. trom I1MO to taiO 1of od oaV raant lf fc t4ttif mmpvrrtimmu if em mt ftateMT iMrtM turr. ICC Nordi Xata mt MrvM- SAiTTTAiawrMTRaafWAL V. - r, KdxX aarf fxrm Mtts & tfctator. JM f TfftTtemn. tmrn fiilXfB rtSld. CMamlU WfMDMdManaat.'Tk-ltaa.KML 7-t--4t FOB TBADE Tadr Uta kaa4 3c vr Use fcr -tof- -00R TKAit-i-tK iatn wicarr i-ucrf- Jl cty ta frtk Mr:otrtar. m fc tetd f tA r4 tt-w. Is acre Ora dj ; Caamay jaiUig all tPfil lin'ni t ami foaed; SCO hmrtog :rm tr m4 r HOtmmT i fmt. fr tvttmr pmnktMltn -?-ts to Wav jr. WnsrtWd. Ka )ttt - 9C W Wilt JVCMkTIT. Jl JK JiUPWR yW iwm STBA YED. Vwmte CM.feta4Frr tlM r- otkatct nap nmanjEB MMBnts i.m'.'-trn in laniiC Sfc t M yom utmttTr THEPEOPLECOLUM. Your Wants Supplieda FINANCIAL. Unaer thla head 3o per llneper day. M ON"EYTOl LOAX-NPIAXdsrRQAKSL hooseholj cooU.s cattle, bon-e. etc. In rrrail amount" IJ yon are In need of a!cancom asd at us. Roberts ds ilj-ers, over 111 North ilala street. .dUUSt MOXEYTOLOA'-OX FntXTn7RE.PIAX03, organs, horses, mule, cotvs. buggies, etc, la ntnonnts from J10 up. at reasonable rale. Dicfcta son is Ox, room SC, tdgwicl: block. 101- MONEY LOANED OX HORSES. BUQOIES, cows, p Linos, household furniture, etc Notes loaght. It yoa want a. small aaoant of money come and see us. W. T. Nash & Ox. otbx 1W Xorth 31ln street. 83 tt MONEY TO LOAN-SHORT TUtE MONEY AT lowet mtes on horse-i. cattle, vragun. or bug gle. iu v et uoegtaa arace. a. tt TT'AXTED-BORROVi-ERS FOR 310NEY. WB it loan money on all classes of good security at the lowest rate-s. Geo. L. House, Jr, it Co t-ootn ao, M1 Sedgwick block. dSl U STOBAGE Under thfcn head 3c per lino per dar. FOUND. Under this head S? per line per day. STOLEN. Under this head 3c per line per day. MEETINGS. Under thte head 3c per line per day. TYPEWBITEBS. Under this head 2c per Una per day. INSTBUCTIOX. Under tal head 3c per M n e per iT- FOllEXCHAXGE. Under this head 3c per ltn rr day. TTOR KXCHANUE-Kfl ACRES. MILES metim- from Unrdoo, Art..; uood farnJi lr char: nr V irhttM propert Xorth Market street. Width. j. ev TOO LATE TO CLASStFX'. Vndfr tht head V ir line per pay. BAILBOAD TIMETABLES. MlSSOmt PACIFIC W. K. TRAINS. I AHHtV tJtAVg Fort Sco, Kanas City. St. IxmUatHl ratmin Kurt hui. Kmkhm City, S4- Loniaad n-4ernrx. I CtMiwar Sprimw, Aataowy; amlKlowA rx ! Conway Sprtwes. AntMNty. awl Kiowa, ex ; HutrMiMNin. Sirrtlag and! Gawou -.. , Hutch;. KanapAm. I'mMo and Dearvr jc i AH trains ran daily. ! Wax BliPM usru imxii 400FM T45AK iWfH smi'Mi MM AM staix TPM 11 .1) A it " Ihivot Second al U'khhu Mdvisi tteket otne WJ Xorth Mala lUett. K. K. liLfictCLKV. Patvngcr ami TUkct Airtnt. XK'V TtJIK TAHLS CMlCAflO. HOCK ISLAND St 1'aCIMC K.1IAVAV. fOroat Rck ltotd Roato.') In eBct on ami aflar Fahnntry W. IgO. THAInS. I AKM1VK I LavVE ui.sG noiitii am r.Ajnr. Xi. t t"n4urtlo Sprt. DenTNr and PaelHo Ca EittrnM tlnllv ittAU Xo. t Kmim-i City, SU LtmH ami Chkratiu. ThrtMgh Mall and ex. dally TAlAM T49AU Xo. 4 KauH! nty. !-t. Unm aiwi inmigo nmat .i. dally Xo. tB AccomHMMtattett, dally xcei Sunday- . . . H)1N(1 Ot'TH. X. .1 Kahwk Ctly, St. IjmiIs atut (hicairo ex. dailr ... . surwj turn H4am! DUm rooAK X. 1 Kanft City. SI. Lri and Chicago through mall hud ex. dully Xo. 81 AcromnuNlathm. daily! xcrpt Sumltt) . . . ! Tisi'Mi srt !C01 jaipjc El'gnnt reclining rbalr can on all traltKi, ami PtilltoftH sleMri fnmi WlolittA to Kaaoaa CUT "! Chicago wlthmit clmngt- m Mlcht train. Tfckt Mld and lKuacage chkrl through to all point" north. HMith. et and wt. and Meaihlp wakeLH sobltoall Ettropean potnta at lowoat rule. CUy tk-lcet offlce Ktl ivu-t DtHttrta. arenas, wrn-r Mahi rH: paisonstH' atath corner Douglas and Mead c. a. KiTiiimroni), Tiottt Agent. J yo. SimAtTiAN, G. T. A- P. A Cnicago, In. .ST. I.OUIS i Sax fiiaxcimto Jt. R. THAIXW. I AlUitVK I l.A Golmc , pay (to EH-! worth L. H4AJJ Golrtg wt-K. pahg. tHopt at Mrrtfl. IMpx Otdng E, jiasw-wier- j 18am Uotng Kat, iiawwmrer.. I IB I'M Cltr Union TtcVet oBJco 12 Nerth Mala 4rr 1 nni iiikoc, usk 'irw. WtCHITA A WBCTIRX IC. K. I AI1I1IVK I Going Wwit, jiaoa. (dally).. iolng Wfwt, freight Going East, pa Going IUik, f rvtght. lapiiL WAM,.. I'nlon Ttcbt office Ita North Main trt, l Union !, Oak rtrimt. W. D. JipWK D. II. ltii(H)K. Frttlifht A Paw. AgU W.V.Mi SutC, cor. 4th and Dottglaa. ATCHIM?, TOt'EKA Xc SANTA FK B. JU THAINi. I Auuiyje LKAVB NORTH AX It KAtST. j Texat oxpreaa IKPK EaMera ttxpreaa 938am Colorado and CaltfonUa - r imvM, CWcagw xitrfM 3.. i)1m M1CTH A!D WttiT. Texa .V Panbandht oiprrm 'Dak' Kxprnta HJdA.v Extfr-M ' 1 41 I'M 4MPM tlAU IfijFK fMfu TMAM TSrx (lty Union TIckrt" WW. m North Main atret, and Union lpoi. Bmr Oak atrw. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. Jnt rmnpirt".! and far Kali at tWl orSca "Ricrrd of Tfcli!m' AblUty " far e hfSperlBtadiU and PrindpaU of COMMON. CITY and GRADED SCHOOLS. Can bo ttted In any city. Tha troll li of a coTlnl nf to carry In the pocStet. Ilotind in Cloth. V rrnUi Kk' ilble back. I UJi St by mall to any odlr jon rwelpt of S4 MiiU far Clth and tlJtJfreitbllU.lirg Orlr by raall wrJJl i catTe prompt attrnt sor. Addr-4 TILE WICHITA EAGLE. WirniTA, KANSAfV HOTEL CAREY. $2to$3Perpay. ""REArESTATEAGENTS. We ssrry r-waplMo tisi of Ul Wads cf JBeaU a&d UUnlca. tmefe a ar ftK by JW! fcnat Agnrt tmm1ac tt nA. Mrt. AbUracU, JUc49S Aoaka. X Byte. Rt Kfcr, Stry P-o Ztttf 8v tm rxrm sad CKy FTptnr. . Ot Cm by jsaO prKsy atoa t. AMw THE WICHITA EAGLE, vriCKTTA. KAJtgAg. COLLEGIA AGENCIES LITHO act ttftirn .mA 0.1 L-rr ".f" I "it". .?". mJ T . :" UmU. jttvna. UtMf. IpM" mm Cl4. V,n6f d Party iri taclaatt, CtMr.r Crt. Vm0m oifit&ck.rtcaitATrUiil Kat SLt. VTUJRl, JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Ftos ry4y tnavsrSta, cirS 3 mfkximl. -myth asA wikewt essoiw. fcray Stajua. EUAto ijiTrtiadJ'rtaifci4Ctrs Jsattt' iierxipl aiaalc vl 3 JaaOfcC o3Ux. Order Vf eot THE WICHITA EAGLE, !AUt , A . AtTTaJ. (a IXattz ti-. Otri. TMI a rtoWrv a lUiUnu. 4Tnvr UmX ruu. 1 A Mt-sOMa- acd 2M aai ATgrti b &sr lf?an (hs;; El mi 4;irv!- iMHEfcllgSB I Vf.