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The B3 CaUl "V7I0HITA MAEKfiTS. Receipts of Stoc, at the Wichita TJrJion Stock Yar-g fOI. the Past 24 Hojors: 80 Cattlr. 003 Hni, Shlnments Cattle, 145 Hoets, 17 Mules. Wichita, Sept. 3. IS rjlnins tntiir trara fuir Tlio - CViilUilO UUNY .V l. AUl. effersng consisted mostly of cows and heifdrs f Ts-hich sold 510c lower than at the t -fit 0f the week. "Stackers aud feeders are . Iso lower, traders generally quoting vtAz 1 25c off in the past few days. Bad easil ita markets is the cause. Some stuff fthai was held too high for the market -wee; out in first hands. Chicago and Kar sas City were reported weak. Tfaj quotations nere presented are to give the Ship; er nlde. Of the general range of prices. Tlie Vark ' is c'asses and grades sell within tue limits of these onotatioriB-neraii-dinf. tn thn nnnlltv nf nfTur- ing Od tile Hate ofthe dally market. These quo. twaparv only cbang-d when there has ooen a pfcrcfenent chance In the general market. The repr inntatlre sales should be referred to to get the 3Uj fluctuations. 2U a shipping steers, good to extra ?t 5025 25 3ooJ to extra native bnrcber steers, 10003 J12OT pounds .., 3 7534 50 xatlre feeding steerM.!j0gl(J33 pounds 3 3J 50 NaU e stockers. 6W)S50 pounds 2 2502 75 Coot ecowa and heifers . 2 Uy52 25 Fair la gooJ cows and holfors. 1 40O1 70 Bull.- and Stags 1 50t2 00 fat vcHvlluir steers ... 2 i2 75 whk. yearling steers..... Can r era., J'oot !r trades and scallauags. eal cajves, 1S0411S0 pounds, per bead.., 1 ekt i Mfcer. good to eitr. corn fed.... Chicago Grata aad FredHce, Chicago, Sept. s, The loading futures ranged as follows: VTheat Higher. Corn Strong, higher. Oats Quiet, " ' " Pork btrong. higher. Lard Higher. FLOCR-DuU, easy. Spring patents 14 S0aS lo. winter patents 4 bOot5 10, straight ti 6S5 00, bakers. WHEAT-iptemrer 37c, December II 00. May $1 0 CORN September 67c, October V:. May 48c OATS September 29Hc, October 2396c. May 34Vic PORK September i0 60, October rtO BU. Decem ber 110 90. LARD-September J6 SO. October 6 87Ji. Cash quotations -were as follows: "WHEAT-STHavSc, CORN-GSHc OATS-SHc. RYE 87c. BARLKY-CSc FLAXSEED-! 0JH. TIMOTHY-f 1 27ai 23. PORK-.10 50, LARD U 80. SHORT RIBS-J7 00. DRY SALT 3HOULDERS-J6 2036 25, SHORT CLEAR SIDES-J7 4037 M. . WHISKY II IS. ft. W. ELDRIDGE, H. C, CAMPBELL, ELDEIDGE L CAMPBELL, jjNpj Wmmm WICHITA, KAJf. Pneelal Information by "Wire or Mail Free on Ap plication. LITE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS! Wheat... Corn Oats Receipts, r.oon 452,000 2&I.U05 .Shipments. 112,000 250.000 12G.0U0 BUTTER TJnchangrd, Fancy Elgin creamery 22rt23c. fine western 18s20c EGGS-1631c 2Jai urs. lair .. - 2 00S2 .. l oui 5j .. SOutl M .. 4 50S7 0-J .. 3 5034 7 .. 2 503 0 1 , lWtf! 5o TeXibkcowi. medium to prtme.com fed, I KKPKEHKXTAT1V1! SALES, ThhijlloTrlnc are the ropretentatlvo sales of cat lie at tho yard today: Prlc e. 325 265 1 40 22J 225 1 50 2 10 1 SO 2 15 20U 1 GO 150 1 65 1S7K 21M 2 10 2 15 225 .750 250 175 1(5 1 75 1 19 JCo. ' Description, Avge. J jFecder.A IJsij 1 iFeeder. T. ICOO 1 Stacker 5S0 1 sysckers 910 3 JStockcr 720 1 jOows 3S0 2 jCows 3j0 jCowg v 1245 'Coirs S3) 0 vCow ., 1040 3 (COW (., ...., , 110) a foow '..,. ac3 1 IHelfers , 705 2 Heifers 800 5 jHeifer rt.... 803 1 tCowsand heifers 1(135 fi Calres 3S0 2 (Cithes 410 2 JCalf 1 !Ptdg 1.-JG0 1 iBull IffO 1 fBuII 14S0 1 'Bull... 1UI0 1 ICanner w PHYSICIANS. JDiJ. MARY GAGE DAT. end 26 Zlmmerly blooi. Ofsce hours 2 to 5 p. m. 123-t DJB. JAS. C, BAItBELL, Treats all diseases with Spclflc and Dostmetric Remedies. Prebcrlptlons filled as soon as made with elegant, positive, pleasant and effertual rem edies ofllco hours, S to 12 a. raM 2 to 5 p. m. 7 to 9 ereningg; 2 to 33d p. m Sunday. Office t".'4 E Douglas Ave. opposite Carey Hotel, Wichita, Kan, d 7-tf DIt. CltOSKEY. EVE, - EAR, - SURGERY. Largest Stock of Speotacle" In the city. Preemp tions filled as soon a made. unica hours u to Ilia, nu I to 4 p. m. Sunday. Sto 1UJ a. in. 117 Noi th Main street. E. E. HAMILTON, M. V., SPEIALTIES Eye, Ear, SToso and Throat. Office 127 North Market street. J. O. DATTDSOW. Pre'. H. O. COOLIDGB T.P JOHW DiHTST, Cashier. CITIZENS' : BANK. FROM MANSION TO SHANTY. ADVERTISE PAID V? CAPtAf;"" - $ B0,Cfi BTOCKH'D'BS' ELAJlIIiTX. 1.000.000 Lorgtst Paid Vp Capital of any Bant la t Stats of Kansas. HEAL ESTATE AGOENTS Fltm W. IBRAIL, Kotary Pnblle. R, C. ISBAKL ISRAEL BROS. Eeal Estate and Eents. j HOGS. Tfye hog receipts today were the largest -Cif the week, but the bulk of the offerings weft of poor grade hogs which sold low. The demand was confined to speculators, as l has been all week. Tops brought $4.7 , sume as yesterday. Some late am als were held over. Other markets clos ;d weak to 510c lower. ItFPREEXTATIVE SALES, f olloTrlLK are the represcntatl vo sales of hoss i yards today: TM fcttH No 9 6 9 Good Goo G00 Qoc Dock Av. 223 173 120 214 Price. 4 70 4 00 4 425 No 4 Dock 1J 410 Av. 217 2.V1 1! Prlco. 420 4 00 3 75 SHKEP. stook elieop. SOeltiO i-tock ewes.7f)(!30 to extra wetliers, aJtS5. to extra lambs ..W50-?5 00 .. 2 6033 50 .. 2 CK3 00 .. 4 U0&5 U0 Brier Mention, lggcst hog receipts today of the week. S ockers and feeders are quoted 25 cents Till rom the first of the week, and cows aqd heifers 5 10 cents lower. B 'ed & Lindley shipped in two cars of etoc k fiom Cheney. Si eck shipped a car of cattle. D tnaway, of South Haven, had hogs and cattle on today's ruartet. B sley Bros., of Oatville, marketed hogs fcod. y. E N. Dodd and Charles Sullivan visited the yards today. llcCoy & "Underwood have had two roo ns in the exchange building fitted up nicijly. which they will occupy after to- E ho; 60 I J. E. JENNINGS, M.D. SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Special attention given to the treatment of Ca tarrh and to the cure Of CATAKCT?Ild SQUINT. Glasses accurately adjusted to oorrect Hyperrnetro pia. Myopia. Presolopla, Astigmatism, Astbonopia and Diplopia. Prescriptions filled as soon as made. Office 2d floor, 125 North Main St.. Wichita. 71 DM. E. EMMA COBB, specialty. lei Females find Childrens diseases Home for ladies durlnc confinement. Strictly pri vate when so desired, also permanent homes pro vided for children when 0 called. Letters of Inqui ry confidential and aswered promptly. Home 711 Ida Aienue. Wichita. Kansas. yOTPAY il NO CDRET)TX TjOI JLJJCLlrO FISSURE FISTULA and all d(se3o ot lhe rectum cured trltliout the nso of the knife, liga ture, cauitlci ordetentlon from business. Ho money to be Paid until patient is cured. PKIVA'IK I)I$KAbi In both sexes speedily, cuted Call ou or address DK. J. K. BENNETT, 216tf office 143N Main SU Wichita. nil. C. C. FUllLEY. Treats all diseases. Medical or Surgical. Office 331 Douglas avenue, corner Topeka residence ndjoining. Telephone 116. E. Y. M UN SELL, M. JD. C. Crane, of Ray, had in'a load of bele Tom Redman, who has been sick ng, is reported improving. Hbg buyers today: Garland, 95: Mc Gregor, 20. Garland shipped a load of hogs. LIVE ST00K MAEKET, J Hy Telejrraph. KJrsAS Crrr. Mo.. Sept. S.-CATTLE Receipts 4Si3.jshlpment 62S0. Markut stoidy. Steers T8 OU tea fjl, etockers and feeders 2 5Hj SO. cows 1 25 ffl.3 Tii. HOGb RecelDU 521U, shipments 440 Btrndy to lu lower. Bulk 4 IKhff6 00, all grades i3 d 6 15. bHKKP Receipts 1300. thipinents 67a Market strong. St Louis. Mo Sept. a CATTLK-Reeeipts r00. shipments tOOO. Market easier, fctoers, 3 U0&5 35. lfxans and Indians $-3 403 23, HOGS Receipts 4800. Shlpmenu 1KU. Lower Heavj 5 5j 25 bjixl grades tt 606 15. light $a (XXKO 20. bHhLH Receipt. i00, shipments 2SUU. Market stronger at So CKftl SO. Cltioao. Ills-. Sept. 3.-CATTI.U-Recelpt 16.000 shlpn-rnts 40W1 Mnrket steady Meers t i 75f 6 So. Toxans J2 S5a8 25. rangers jl 001 C5. stockcrs 23 25, HOOS Receipts 25.10); shipments ; r.tl Slow. Irregular. Common HiUftt 7". mixed t S, 5C5, butchers f5 103 25. liKht 305 35. , bPI KP Receipts 9000. shipments S5t. Steady. Xa- i tlveswes3 75e4 50, wetLurs 5 005 30. westerns 1 S -J. lambs 18 505 50. SPECIALTIES Mndlcal and surelc&l dls ises of Eye. Ear. Nose, and Throat. Removal of facial and other blemishes; aadflt- tlnirspectacles. Office and residence. 1200 South Emporia. Ct-tf Teleplien319. To bujr Wichita city pror erly or Sedgwick county land at present prices means large returns on your lhoney. Wichita, with her stock and other Indus tries, Is Just In her Infancy. nd such bargains as ws can now rtffer were never offersd before. All hating business in otjr line are invited to call or correspond. The Wichita Interests of non-residents properly snd faithfully cared for. Office second floor 1 North Market. Israel Building. dCUt BAILROAD TIMETABLE? MISSOURI PACiriCR. R. Sorrowful Old Age of a Woman tVho Was Sickens Friend. A few miles east of Brooklyn a shanty, about twelve feet square and most rude ly fashioned, stands in a little hollow Which opens toward the Atlantic, and in that shanty with a dog, an assortment ofcats and some pigeons, with goats and chickens thick about the door, live Wil liam and Victoria Tregear. It goes with out saying that they are extremely poor, and it is a sort of surprise to learn that the old woman gives music lessons in the neighborhood, while the old man does a little work at odd times. Yet that woman was reared in a fair degree of luxury in London; her father was Gabriel Shire Tregear, a wealthy picture merchant; she was long an inti mate friend of Charle3 Dickens, and was and still is a lady of thorough education, refinement and literary taste. At her father's house in London, and still more at the mansion of her wealthy uncle, Dickens was a frequent visitor and the little girl was his favorite, especially as his opponent in a game of chess. The story of her decline is both sad and ro mantic; still it's an old story. Great losses in trade were followed immediate ly by her father's death, the remnant of the estate fell into bad hands and was squandered, her wealthy relatives died, she became a governess, married, re moved to America, and thus on and down to Snug Lake shanty, as the place is called. She still styles herself Victoria Tre gear, and so her rather noncommittal husband is knoWn by the same name 3 T V oooo 4 eyvG v N L A t Tw'ocenT f THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Your Wants Supplied, TU" ANTED-WOO POUNDS GEESE FEATHERS V l,tto pounds duct feathers. WW pounds chicken feathers. Kansas Spring Bed Co. 54 and 546 Chicago are.. Wichita. Kan. 4 tf . FOR SALEMiscellaueous. Under this head 2c pr line per day. TPOR S-iLE-A VARIETY OF .HQUSRHOI.D JD furniture. l.CO Wichita street. d33 4V FOR SALE-CHEAP-FAMILT MARE. SOUND and gentle. lady can drive. Call oa Dr Ben net, over Woodman's bank. 93 tf COLUMN. THE PEOPLE'S COLUm Your Wants Supplied. The following rates under the different headings will be charged. EaT-payablei Strictly in Advance. No advertisements taken for lets tli&n lit cents. One Uae advertisements charged sumo rate as two llxss. XQADVERTI3EMENTS TAKEN "TO RU UN I'lLFORBIDDl.N." Prices riren under classified heads in tMs column applicable only to local advertisements. Xofcrslgn Cdtsrtiseisents fatten at prices g ven. Answers to Sax? rtlscments sent In care of the Ea&lx Office sl-ccld be railed tor -within 10 days after Insertion. WBen adVef ttsrrs wijJa replys Sur wardsd to them stamped envelopes must be ssnt Reference to fbrmsr advcrHseinentsiahould five cesenpuon ana aate ot insertion or copy oi me aa- FORSALE-MY $5.aO RESIDENCE OF SINE rooms; well and substantially and Hrtlstically built, good barn, ltu feet of ground, fenced, east front, close In and only 200 feet from electric line JMust be sold, and JittO will take It; $1,700 In 4 years at 6 per cent, balance visit. It Is certain to suit you. Address "Owner," care Eagle office. 32 3t 1 "ITIOR SALE 45 ACRES. ALL BOTTOM. 7 MILES ' JL from city, all fenced, with house barn. &c. A big bargain it sold soon. D. W. McCailx 110 North i 3laln. SI 3 170R SALE TVO BILLIARD AND J 1 pool tables, good and cheap. Address 1 Patt Wnnd Lf Nr I TJOR SALE OR EXCHAKGE-PROPERTYIN A jl live town in central lowa, tor city property or farm land near the city: one of the finest locations for an active physician. Fur Information oill or address 53) Seneca avenue. Wichita, Xau. StMt vertUement shtkild be sent. continued by tel-ephone. Not rsponslh toradvertisemxnts given or dl. WANTED FEMALE SELF. Under tills head 2c per line per day. Domestics. WANTED-. OITtL FOR GENERAL HOCSE- lt wort. No. 423 Avenue A. 91 it ' WANTED-A GOOD SECOND GIRL Mr. T. G. Fitch, Riverside. 22 U WANTED A COOK. MEAT AND PASTRY., Apply at 11CE First St., Womans Exchange.! St. Lonls Mali and Express. 1 3 45 p m iIIUAU &20P Jl USo A 14 Kansas Cltv Evnress.. Wlnfleld and Kiowa Express... Kiowa Mixed WICHITA AND COLORADO, Colorado Mail and Express...., Colorado Mixed 11.39 A M C20PM LEAVE. 1-15 P M 9 45 P M 7.25 A JI 4:15 P U 5)Ptf 7.10 A il Depot Second and Wichita streets: tJchet office 120 North Main street. E. E. Bi koklev. p.iFenuoi aud Ticket Agent. tlUZ TABLE CHICACO, HOCK ISLAND A PACIFIC ' RAILWAY. "Great Rock Island Route." In effect on and aftT March 6, 1S3I. THAIN8. ARRIVE I LEAVE GOIXO NORTH AXD HAST. 5?o. 2 Colorado Spring'. -Denver and Pacific Coast . Expres dally Jlo. i Kansas City St. Louh ' and Chicago. Through Mail and ox. dally 2'o. 4 Kansas City St L011K i and Chicago night ex dally No. G2 Accommodation, d.tlly. except Sunday, 0OIO SOUTH. No. S Kansaa City St. Louis and Chicago ex, dally No.l Kansss City St, Louis and Chicago through mall and ex. da)jr No. 61 Acroinmodptlon daily except Sunday 850AM PfflPM 1125AM 855AU 12 25PM C40A M ATTOBlTEYS AT LATV. JonNW.AmH. G.W.ADAMS. ADAMS P ADAMS. Attorneys nt Ijvw. Offlce. first stairway east of the Wichita National Bank. 116-tt J. E. HOWARD, Attorney at Law. Claims against Railroad Companies and Commercial Law. specialties. Of flco 40S Sedgwlct Block. 43 J. R. Hallowell. H. L. Gord oh HALLO WELL & GORDON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooms 4(U,404H and 40G, Sedcwlck Block. TMe phone No. 11. dM-tf E. B. JEWETT, Lawyer. Rooms 2, and 6 203 N. Main St., Wichita. Kansas. dlUl-tf Vi hlta Gram Market. Wichita, Sept. 3. Ft'lowing are the closing quotations. . GRAIN Car lots on track. WHEAT-flOeSOc CtiKN No S or better 45c new S5c OATs 2469te. lrt K No ior better POc. HAY Baled 41 MJ&& 00 por ton. loose. 2 00CS 03. OJCOLD COKN-Chop in car loN dm pr 100 pon'Mlb. ooru an oats i It) per 1WI pounds, brau tMcXvii. 70c per HB pounds. ichlta Jl'rtduco Market. 1 WirniTA. Sept. 3. I f orR Highest patent 52 SO. second patent J2 50 extrj fancy 18 to BbTlKK Mrst creamery 19c. secono oreamerv He tae bt dalrj 14c. fine dalrj' 12c,common dairy 10c Ly'S 13l6c per dozon. PiR'LThA -Roosters H t0O4 03. per dozen or Sc jter JKHind. hens $ a"2 U per dozen or bMS-,e ier ponjid, spring chlckenr, H 7J3 ft per dozen or SC t)ir lHiund, tur!:es7Scper pound, ducks Cc per Hufil. jterM no demand. W I A I Of S-New. Wc pet buhri. v'OAL Anthratltejll U). Canon City $S CO. Weir lltjt J4 SO, frontenae 54 5a. Plttsuurg, ti 50. Illinois t I'.McAlUstertT CO MAKKETS BY TELEGEAPE . C Slufs. W. E. STANLSr. SLZTSS t- STANLEY, Attorneys at Law, WIc-hlta, Kansas, Harris, Harris C Vermillion, Attornoys at Law, Ul S. Main 8U Ssoend floor. A. JT. APP LEGATE. fWlth A. D. Mallory t Abstractor, Conveyancer & Notary nblio Tine draughting a speel.ilty. Complete aritracts to any land In Scdgw Ick county. Ofllce, Just At right of west entrance. Main treet. New Court (House, t rst Moor. Prompt service guaranteed. 1 elephone 136. 105-tf Elegant reclining chair cars on nil twins, and Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and Chlcaco without chanire on nlcht trains. Tickets fold and ragpoge cheeked through to all points north, south, east and west, and steamship tickets sold to all isuropeanpolnta at lowest rates. City ticket office 100 Enst Douglas avenuo. corner Main ftrcet; passouger station corner Douglas and Mead avenues. Telephone 119. W. H. Wishart, Ticket Agent JNO. SFBA8TIAN. G. T. A P. AM Chicago, III. j VICTORIA TREGEAR'S HOME. among their few visitors. Of late years she has been writing her recollections of Dickens, and of London life in 1840-60, and the few who have examined the manu script predict that it will be a very read able book. As might be expected, she is "badly broken," as her suburban neigh bors say, though but sixty-one years old. It is only when a reporter or other curious visitor asks for the hut that the people thereabout take any interest in this sad illustration of the awful vi cissitudes of human life. PX.IOIJIS It SAN FRANCISCO R. R. I ARRIVK 1 LEAVE 'No 1, Going West, pass (to Ellsworth) No. 3. Going west, asseng'r (siopnai. ntirrronj No.4.GolngEast, passenger 'No.?. Going East, pa!seneer rom 43) PM 10 Ii Ail 1030 PM IMAM 4 "J Pit in in am 10 as Pit . Trains mar'ted thus run dally. , Wfsrbounrt train. No. 1, has Pullman car. J Wt st bound train. No. 3. connects at Burrton for Pueblo. Ne-v Mexico and Southern California. I Fast bound. No. 4. is a solid train to St. Louis lth chair rar and Pullman sleeper, makes connec tlons for Ft. femlth. Little Rock and Paris. Texas ' Fast lKiund. No. 2. night rxprets to St. Louts, has free reclining chair car and Pullman sleeper. ' City I'nlon TIckst office. Cor Main and 1st street Hod Union Depot, Douglas avenue. AT-m!OV. TOPEKA A SANTA TERH.. TltAIV AHKIVE I I.EAVK I NOHTI" ANI VAST 0. IW Kansas City express io. 4wr cnicago vesttDuiea t-xpress ao.40S Mitsourl River ex- iJa'sswt .. .. .. ... ..... . ho 4o7 Euplewood exprews JN'o 407 Oklahoma City and : Oklahoma express Ji'o 40T' Caldwell and Pau- t handle expresf. "No 403 Ft Worth. Oalves 1 ton and 'lexss cxpres. . o 4IV Wichita Express, ?io. 457 Eng.ewood accm 1020 A.i fCOPJ! 835PM 1145 PM (05AM 1025AM 905PM stops her 545 pm stops here 630am DENTISTS. G. G. McCOY. D. D. S.l Dentist. Office room 3, Richland Block, 4aEast Douglas Are. 61, r f 1 4 wl tern er. No. 2 hard. cash. S5c bid. Son. mt, S7o at-ed. No. 2 red cah S7c bid. R.N 111 Cher. No 2 cash 53!0 bid. September 54H I'lis-steady, o. s casa zz.hc bid. September .C 1)1(1. Bli av IVh Cor Oat OCH- Kansas City Produce. Kansas Crrr. Sept. 3. XX6?c XXX 75c. family Jl 05, choice fatiay ?1 SOtsl S5. EAT Low fc. Steedx-t Tflc ' TTER Firm and nnchanged. Creamery 17a iHlrj I9l7cbt.ore packed 12m14c. 'c rirui. !?. HAY Firm and unchanged. Fancy prairie ?6 00. Receipts. asm L5. Shipments. LTU) I wja St. Louts Produce. BOYD'S DENT J L ROOMS, Full seta of teeth J5, IB, ftind 111 Vitnllzed air given for the painless extraction of teeth, only Flml In the city that makes thsir own all, made fresh daily. 1 Dk. ' l. Bom. Dn. J. a. Hollsniuebokr Ho East Douglas Avenue. KS-tf E. Jl. CREDITOR, DENTIST 144 Jiorih Main Street, H. N. KNE.CHT, j Manufacturer ot i EAZOBS A'D SHEARS,; Grinder of All Kinds of Edged d?ools. i CLIPPERR, RAZORS, ' TABLE CUTIRY Surgical Instruments Repaired. 229 X. Main St, "Wicliita', Kan Trains msrked t'lus dally J-qriPMENTJIOIlTH AHDEAST. i Train No. 414, Kansas City express, runs solid to Ksnwi Clly, has chair car service. , Train No 10b comes direct from Galveston and Is ft through Chicago train.leaving Wichita at 10.33pm and arrive In Celcago tho nextday at 9-15 p m. Train No. 40S hat free reclining chair car to Kan sas City Phllman to Kansas City, also to Topeka. 'Atchison and bt Jcoph. iqtriPMCXTfioDTn and west. Tialn No 407. haslPullman and chair cars. ' Train No. 405 has through Pullman car to Ft. y orth and Galveston. Train No 413 has reclining chair car from Kansas Cft and stops at Wichita. !ty Union Ticket offlc Cor Main and 1st street. and !On on Pu'senger fetation corner Douglas and 5th iivunues. I W. D. MCRDOCK, D. P. A. Two Kecent Inventions. Ladies' earrings are the subject of two novel recent inventions, one of which is of practical value not only to the fair wearers of jewelry, but to those who en joy the privilege of replacing the ear rings which are lost. Instead of a sim ple catch on the ear wire, there is a ring at the end of a little rod sliding up and down in a minute tube at the back of the ear. That ring encircles the end of the ear wire, on which there is a very little knob, and is held firmly by a spring catch on the rod. It is absolutely impos sible for the catch to be accidentally sprung or "come loose of itself," and the dainty golden rod, standing upright be hind the ear, as it must, at the same time effectually prevents the earring from tipping itself up and dangling in an ungraceful position. The security it affords is, however, the main thing, and is even greater than that afforded by a plate behind the ear screwed on the shank of the setting. The other invention is a swivel, se sured in position by an almost micro scopic lever and catch, to compel a soli taire diamond to dangle at any required angle. That is for the benefit of ladies whose little ears lie flat against the sides of their heads. When they wear ear rings only the edges of those adornments are presented to tho view of those who face them. But with the new device the precious stones may be made to hang so as to cast their brilliance squarely in front, in friendly rivalry with the wear er's eyes, no matter how nature may have tipped her ears. WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL1 nousewoik In small family. 8il S Topekn. 91 8 ' WANTED -GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENEItAL r housework. Call at room?, 253 North Main WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-' work. 457 North Lawrence ave. dCO fct i tttanteeT'girl wantedfor general; it housework. Small family; good wages. Calli at 402 E. Douglo-s. dS7tf I WANTED-A GOOD porla avenue. COOK AT 1315 N. EM-d7-tf East Second street. THRE- No. -Tin 21 25 EVERY ONE DT KSED or INFORMATION on tho sattfect of AdTrtlsiawM do well & obtain a copy of-Jkwfc for Advertisers. S3 jxutsJv pntetl. Mailed, postage paid, oa receiptor prlcfv Contains a cannfcompllAtion from tho Amerfca-n .Newspaper Directory ofail th b papers a-.t claw journals: gives the circulation ratter otvrV fneUMl a Bod ileal ef information about rates axxt other mattera penaiiiiag to thsbssincss of adve--tising. Audreys Koeli's Advertlslnc Bureau. M) Sprnca street. New York. dJtw lyr; DR. LE DCCS PERIODICAL PILLS, TH: great, French remedy, act directly on the mn ttrual systom and positively cur suppression of tl! menses. Warranted to promote taenstrtmteh These pills should not b. taken daring pragnaser American nil company, royal, proprietors, .-pe.s i.ia ce-.la, 12. Lwros FOR SALE A GOOD TWO-STORY HOUSE IN Zlmmerly's addlUon, for S730. N. F. NeWer lander & Co. dSS St t?OK SALE NINETY FEET OK GROUND AND X good 5-room house, corner of Emporia and Harry street. Inquire at 315 South Washington ave nue. d 8t I70RSALE AT A BARGAIN-A STOCK OF mlllis ery and fixtures. Call at 210 North Main street. rOK bALE-TIN FRUIT CANS AT WHOLE sale. by Rife is Ccw 1111 East Douglas avenue, dSTlm FOR fcALE-TWO SETS TIN N HIS TOOLN Will sell by set or single took Trimble lire. i Co. T7OR SALE--FI.se RESIDENCE ON NORTH JL Lawrence: nine rooms; laundry; bath. etc. Modern improvements. R. H. Roys. d-tt FOR SALE OR TRADE 1B0 ACRES FIRST class farm land 24 miles from depot. In King man Co.. Kan. Geo. l. Matthews, 123 b. Doagl&s ave.. Wichita, Kan, dS-lf 37IOR bALE-A HOUSE NO. JI6 N TOPEKA ? avenue, to be moved. Inquire next doer, ur-tr I7OR SALE-BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE (and wall paper), stock I6.WJ0 to t7.tt. Last year's business r&M. Pieent owner HI retain an Interest It necesaary o tra Address H. 52, care of La-jlo office. IpOR PAI.E-A HANDSOME LITfiOORAPH : map of thecltypf WlchitatglVrj-nalnesof stre.-ti" Llllillf ktt!lfllt1w .Alto. TirV te at- 11t( n Been rJiper, vine & cents each. 3 IwlOcentAii Address the Wichita KCls, Wichita. dlfiQtf cents a uuitu. Kan. Nurses. WANTkD-A NEAT NURSE GIRL. APPLY at 812 South Lawrence avenue, dS6 tf i Miscella neotis. TTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS TAILORED i r Address era L.inm. x)i t. uougias. nw it w ANTED-AGOOD WAIST HAND AT 215 S. Market street. Mrs. Young. d39 6t Bo okJceepers. Situations Wanted Female, j Under this head lc per line per day. Domestics. TXJANTED-A COMPETENT MIDDLE-AGED' woman wants a position as cook in private family; best of references given. Call at 713 North, Fourth at e. 91 c ' w ANTED A MIDDLE-AGED CHRISTIAN' lady waiits a nosltlon as hotuukeomr tnr- widower or bachelor. Address "L. E ." Wjutleid,, Kan., No. 411 E seventh St., care of Mrs Bryan. i 91 P Miscellaneous. il- WANS Underfill 'ED MALE HELF. Is head 2c per line per day. Trades. WANTED-itieal Estate. Under this keid Ic per line per day. FOR TRADE Under this head Jo er Use rjer.day. rriOK TRADE WANT TO TRADE a' GOOD. A? Urgd family horse and Z-seated surrey, also good driver ami phaeton, for a house of six or seven rooms suitable to move. Address lock box &6. city Wft ifOR TRADrT-CLEAR LOTP, FOR STOCK OF cigars and tobacco. Call at 212 North HalnSL FOR TRADE-A VILLAGE STORE AND STOCt of merchandise for Wichita property. N. B. Nlederlander & Co. dSI Ct FOR EXCHANGE. Under this head A: per Hue per day. IJIOU EXCHANGE-A FIRST-CLASS. WELL ? Improved farm to exchangefor Michigan farm property. W. J. skelton, 123 North Market street. rtiflst FOR RENT Houses. X nderjliisjieail 2c per ijne Per day FOR RENT-HOUSE OF 7 HOOMS. WATER ' and gas, close In. Call at 212 North Main. A. lusey. Ul e MFOR itENT-TVTO-STORV SEVEN ROOST house on Lawrence avenue; In splendid con in. City water and good barn. Six room Out tagcon lAwreiiceave, Clot-.a In. Inquire of H. K, Knight, 20U N orth Main stree t, uO0-tX CJS I olrirENTONESIX-ROOM HOUSE, BARN. fcii cellar, coal shed and two nice porches. Apply ut il South Topeka. d59 si -h tOR RENT-AFTER SEPTEMBER i-EVEN F-l room house, Elizabeth street. Went Side, near btieet car, cood barn, inquire at LiW University avenue. dSS st FOR RENT-No. 525 NORTH KMPOniA i2L avenue Afhercom cottage, after Septein tr 1. Inquire tlrst door south. d Tt-Ct. 47-FOR RENT-ONE OF TUB MOST DEsIR Fttl able dwellings in the city with elegant ground, situated on North Latkience avenue. N i" NlHr landcr b Co. 41 U Boys. Misccallancous. TTTANTED-DRCO CLERK-MUST BE REGIS' H tered or have clerk's certificate, 'jtnte salary expected, J. A, Rlmson & Co., Muhane. Kan. , d33 -if "T7 ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER, iV stenographer and typewriter desires a perj manent position. Cm glte bfst city j references; Address A L Suoebcrger, caro Laglc offlbe, clt r W 6 ! w ANTED- COMPETENT fsTENodRAPHERS and book-kcerers who .desire tfosllioLh. Ul apply attne .National AccoanumisanaJHentr.-tapti; tr k Bureau. Office for the staiw of Kansas, .olo' tado, Nebraska, Missouri Rndlexaa. at j the riytltti. Testern Business College. Wlddia, Kac. tf xvr-l,"rED-BDSl:;Ess l,tK 'wncl AR?-' ix T need of stenographers or accountants tit cal! attlie Natlortsl Accountant's and Sttjnograttitr't Bureau. Branch office at the houtbwt'ntern ttusll ctss College, W.chltu, Kan. We usuaSy hava orj our appllcatkn list thoroughly comiittnt Eookf eepers ana sienograpners, wiiiuirnn.iui3 reioren- ccs. Help furushnd tree of chsrue. ( ."JU Wichita ATrjcsTERxa. la AHIIIVg I IV'ATB Jlolng We, pass tdally).. olng West, Trelgl't jdolng East pass ,. Going Eash freight. 740a il 1166a m 565PU 1240 PM I nlon Ttcset oftVe Cor Vain and 1st r trett. rjnlon I'ssnenger (tation corner Donglas and 5th avenues. 5 W. D. M ORUOCb. D. P. A. HALr cowtrr. l'resldect. A. S. NELSON Secretary. X IL TETEBINABY SUEGE0STS. j j St Locis. SeDt. 3. iHEAT Steady- No. 2 cah on.- m.mU CrCiKN-Strong. No. 2 Cash asWc, September Ete lid, year 4JiC. -f IS-?1; r.f11 f2. Sentember 2bW! bid, October 2sc bid. rKK strong u KL LARD Finn.. fi 50. WlllIbKY-Steady. f I IS. VTlihst Com "K ,. Oa Receipts. 144.CXM 2UTUM 3,IU1 Shipments. N'w l ork Monej-. j Nrvr York. Sept. S. sttmey on call easy raawng from 2J to SW, closed oCedat3 per tent, Ptimo mercantile paper 5Jf '57. Sterling tucthange steady at U E3 for 60-day Dlllji. sad U &S for oemand. w&lnUr of stock tvdy ku 1503W shares. FHILLTPS f PHILLIPS, VETKUINAKV SURGEONS. Hospital accommodations. Calls by Teltphooe. i or .Man win rt b. 114 N. Ijiwren Telerraph or Mail will receive prompt attantloa o. hi r. ijiwrence ave. u Residence Telepdonfc No, 215. Office No. 71, Office telephone are tr wi. u MUSIC. 1SS2 , 1891 A. W. SICKJfER, Teacher of Music. Pletcber Bloclc Thorough instruction. Pupils reoltali given weekly All pupils are tende, ed tree use ot aa extensive and carefully selected music library. 10i-tf KANSAS PARMS For Sale by KANSAS F0MESEEKERS' BUREAU. PHOTOGBAPHEES. ROGERS. The Photographer. Pletores'tn aU sites and styles He also carries the flcsst assortment of ajcturs raniea In the city. O'.Te hlta a Iriandlr call tvad xamlne samolts. j "We h,ave choice farms in every part of jtho staJe'for csh or on easy terras. Re .meniber lhat no mattfr wha wild reports .you my huve heard, that tLe government 'reoortaifcr even .irs show that the cul tivated' Ivnds of'Kaiisas have produced more tlbiii the same number of cultivated iicres anjjwhere elie in the United States. JTausassoil well farmed produces more than anylotber in the United States. Think of this arid then come and see it and us. iXow is the tima to buj" before a land boom. If we cannot show you more of the gifts of iProvideticp in the fruits of the earth" in the ,same length of time than you ever saw be jforc, wjs will py your expense out here jaud give you a w.-u;On load of the finest peaches ?Jou evp r looked at. If you want jto see thf world's fair come to Kansas. Of (course wj are the great land men and farm '.sellers ofiKRns.'is. bnt we mean every word 'we say aid will do it. Write or visit us. If you mian swap or some tother nonsense jwrite to jdine one else. If you mean bu&t- ,nes wnie us. W e can get you a cheap rate andlomethingele if you buy of us. Look on for the excursions. Address .'COWLEY & 2fEL&!0", Kansas Home- seecs' ijureau, Wicliita, Ivansas. I drlca to Mothers- j Mrs. 'V'insJow's Sootiiint; Syrup should ulways lie used for children teethinp. It tootbes tjhe child, foftans the fauns, alisys .all pain, cure wind t-olJc, and is tue best jreniedj lor diarrlKew. Tweaty-fivecents a ibottlo, wsed by millious of mothers. ! ttMtfwiStf ? Decorated by the Khedive, Tello d'Apery, of New York, the four teen-year-old publisher and editor of The Sunny Hour, was made a very proud and happy boy re cently by receiv ing a package through the cus tom house con taining the Order of the Medjidieh, with the paper conferring the or der upon him and twenty pounds sterling forasub bcription to that paper for 100 years for the vice royal family in Egypt. The decoration is of silver and gold and red enamel, and has a red and gre8rt ribbon. The khedive also sent his photograph with his auto graph and a most kind letter, asking to be enrolled among j the list of patrons to the Barefoot fund, which the lad has been worlang over two years to establish by means of his paper. The young editor is now Tello Bey. ifefi P TELLO'S DECORATZOX. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. The Missouri Pacific railway is the only ine running an afternoon train WIchitA o St, Louis.lea ving Wichita at 1:15 p. m. and arriving at St. Louis 7 o'clock next morning; 4S miles the shortest line and three hours the quickest time. 127tf Situations Wanted Male. i Ltder this bead leper Hue per day. RooPjceepers and CleMcs. FOR RENT Rooms. I nder tMs liem! ?c per liner" dar XjRltET-VKRYPLEA'SANT FL'ltNI&llJcb JU room for one or two gentlemen. Terms reason able. Apply at3Us. Lawrencn. ilic.tr TTOK-RENT-ROOMS FURNISHED VERY Ds JL slrably; close in; with or without board; S3 North tin porta ave. iu-lf llannina amnllJ "" la: East Douglas. Wichita, Kan. by wholesale ntri retail. W lycj r Sealed Proposals. Elds will bo received, at the offic ut tisCeuntiy Clers of bedgwick county. Kansas, up to 11 o'elecc soon, of Monday Sptcmbcr Il.iiM.ferrefolrlsc It bridge across the Big Arkansas river at Wt. Hap, m accordanro with ptana and s)cilc. tiaas now . n file In the canary eiertis ofllce. Bidders will be reQtred ta- ztja a bond to be approrsd by tha reemtlj;r fir the faithful performance oi the contract, it awardisk Stdsmnst be accompAnled by aeertl&ad chosk fir ut guarantee ot good faith and as require! iif iaw, Ry order Board oi v.ounty UBauiMK9, &.DCNK1N. , dSS-15t Cronty Uerfc; Sstnta Fb's Chicaco vestibule exprti connection with which is madeatNewtos, i s the handsomest truiu on earth. Leav4s Wichit daily 10:S0 a. m., arrives Kans4a City 6)5 p. m. and Chicaso 95 nextrootTa ing. Palace library chair cars (arats fr also palace sleeping and dining cars. . First Floor HUnk. j Blanks ot every description can be fourd in the business office ot tha Eagle, nrs floor, in quantities to suit. Call at ts counter. ti' Quirk and Comfortable Trip. Two new trains have ben added to tl?a nlreadv excellent connections ewt that tfco Great iiock Island route has been cfforitg to its patron. The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern has put on a new train, leaving Chicago daily at lfJeSO a. m., and the Fort Wayiift (Pennsylvania lines, one At 10:4.1 a. xa. These are dally train scUedule4 ca fast time, and arrived at New o"rlk ol'?y next afternoon at 2 o'clock, andTiatB. first mentioned Boston passengers reath their destination two hours latr. Tho fast vestibuled express from Denvejr, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, via both Kansas City and St. Joseph, arriTMit Chicago at 0:50 a. m., dally, and, th vestibuled express from Omaha And & Iowa main lines arriTes 't ChlcgoJi6 5:05 a. m., dnil. JOHN SEBASTLUt ' General Ticket and Passenger Agent.! E. Si. JOHN, General Manager. Sa-ii ; Through vestibule sleeptr to Man!tAa via Sant Fs route every day wlinMC change. Conneclion is xaado as Burrti with the ColcYrdo train, a solid Tostibtinv v.m.. Deliver 11 a. m Sdtf "I?OR RENT-TWO OESIREABLE ItOOlIS FOR X rent, either single or en-sulte. to gentlemen. Centrally located, inquire at 0 North Market. MSt 1OIt ItEN'r-lnVO lL1?ASANTFURNlHaED A rooms. l&J North lopek ave. iMO-st I?OR RENT -TWO PLEASANT FUKNIhllKD J. rooms to tent, on ground floor, near Utah School building. Call at .1 North Emporia avenoe. d0t I70R RENT-FURN1SIIED ROOMS, SINGLE OR en-suttA. Modern convoaiences AUo rooms for students in Lewis academy. 413 North Lawrence avenue. d-to-et TJiOR RENT -ROOMS FCRNISIIED OK VS. J. furnished. Nar 10 business: cxH Neighbor. hood, furnaco LeL renows. 412 Eatt Central ate. Henry ! lOR RENT-FURNISHED X North iiarket. 170R RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. A. Th'rd street. rxil: KK.NT-I.ARGB FRONT ROOM A nlsbed; ground Coon near to business. Lavtrauce. ROOMS-AT 491 (Ms 629 KSSt dfeStt' FUR- a t. ussst I70R RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM A within threo blocks' of Main or Douglas, with i piano, hard coal base burner, etc, rcMuxinalri teut. Apply at 41 North lopekaava dffltf FOR RENT Miscellaneous. tnder this hssd 2o ptr Hse per ilay. Miscellaneous. i i , ' -TTTANTED- SlTUATION-rNDERSrAND THE VV care of Jiorses. yard and garden" have lieoft with Mr, L. I Clapp near y four yeacs. AJ Ires Ernest, 2)1 W. Eighteenth street. j dW 9t AGpNTS W ANTED. t nder; this besd !e per 'Ine penisy. I Employment A ginct'jes. Vxidel this head Ic per tin- .rcriiay. WANTED Ml SCliLLA'NEOUS Cndtr.thls head "c por illse per day, 1 TVANTED-A SECOND-HAND SCALES. FRONI C to Kto. Appiy to HeHly ic Dewey, 43 l. W9 1 -. IT C to K Up. A Docglas ave. I lArANTED-ji) Bt IV chaeajcoodj BCLLS-WL VISHI TO l'PI6 grade yearling ball. nfora and Shortbon,, ma.t be good colors and ti.nlti' Call on or vlrite us at stockyards. Eldrige it CampbelL ( 't t TO REAL TSTATE MEN-lwANTED. rlocij: ranch, (ntral Souther) Kacsas prefrref, will trade unli cumbered TS-bb I Sour aiUI in -J. V Ha, InSne wjeatcooatry. KJv&et cui'. be lai.lt' cembered. -iJdrtss C. O. Comttock, Albiny, J4o ! f ' f iH t TKATElt.sO M'AN. Roojf ltiOo.,ir rcowi aaii Lrtven aid reqvarnL ic. I IP Tf ANTED ! BY i near fir jt etas boarding; board, no cbi.ilrrn. reference Address "DryKioods," Eagieo TirANTEU-tl IU.VE INQt reaidenlf for good bo property, botll improved and W ttre Droturtrl Parties tavic auh. cau or s,idres "1- V. Ai,' RIES FROM NOj K4 TI A TMlfMtf'Ji nlaiproled; at fjr same ror tale rar ' 1113 booth Li- I 7 W, J70R RENT-STORE ROOM. 118 W Dowglas. xew paint, new paper: caatest room lu thoctty. E. J. Spencer. IK N Market. dfc-tf City Mail. A handfome lithograph map of thnetjjy howiug all the slrtets and location ofjih nb lie buildings, etc. for sale at tjui ffice. 80-t; KIght express' for Kansas City. Sr, Lotrls and the east leaves Wichita At QM p. 'a. Chair cars and Pullman sldepexs ' ou tJM rain. MiitouriPAciocrallway. lOTt Remember Well and Bear la Mind Thnt if you are- going to "Wrtihlngtjin Oregon or Idaho, or any Pacific const points, it will be to your advanUga to jrq via the Missouri Pttciflc.rB.il ntij. The r. son is that you Trill save tttna and lay overs at junction points. Ths fast PacUao express leaves Wichita very dsy at fii'p. m. via the Missouri Pacific railvrny, diiot corner Second nd TiVlchit streets. C'ty ticket office, ISO North Main street. E. E. BLECJU.ET, P. &T.Agt., Wichita. H. C. Tctthsend, G. P. k T. A., St, Lorils. iSltt i All parties going: east or west will wjvt money by purchasing their railread UakHi from W. IL Baker, the- ticket broker ithd only member of the American T1o)e Brokeis association in the city, wbfcth guarantee all tickets sold. OfUae rlti Manbnttnn hotel, coiner of Doughs fpd Topoka avenue. dCS-tf ; For Kansas City, St. Louis and all polriw, ehHt take the Missouri Psolfle rllwy. The nhorteht line to St. Louis by iS m&an. No change of cars of anv kind between "Wichita snd SL Louis. Only fifty holiw between "Wlohita nnd New 1 ork City yirt lie Missouri Pacific railway. City ttciet flico 1-0 North Alain streeU MM t! Something New Through Can Betwan u Paul and Hans i City. Tlie traffic between abova cJUes r)As so increased thnt tho Great Iteok Ilt)d rouuj has instituted a new order of tetlujso, and has put oit their trains, a tfeiwgJi !r letween Uicmi point. The own rttHn this fiervice are Pullmau cwm-4tu)oa chatr car and sleeper, and nre the miHf4i ment of comfort. The price cbnroi fmt thiH eonedal rervke is mt littlp cot-paled with the accoinmodntloa girau. ; See that your tickets read vii tko AUtatrt Lon route (C. It. I. & J , K C. IL &s X, ntMi M. & St. I Ky'f.). ilapt nd MhiC tables sent on application. ! Joux skkastian. ; Gsn'l Tkt & Pa. Akt E Ft. JohV. Gen'l Manager. General ofJlcGft: Chicago. tjf TTlOR RENT-STORE ROOM NO. 4B7 E.DOUO Jj lShTr: illO feet, wi re-t cheap tot par ties. et. wi ret cheas loeood Barnes fc boa, VA F. DuttgUs. It tf STOLEN. I'nder tMs bead 3c vrr Ilea pr day- STOLEN BCLLDOO. FEMALE. WHITK WTTM brlndle spots, ears eat, short UUL Lltier-1 r ward for any lafarmaUon I- regard to her. 7K North EtaporU- d LOST, Vnirt this fcesd 2c p-r IW pr dy. T70UND-ONB OF THK BCST IMPHOfTED X farms ta Hrdgwlcs: coHoiy rr sale esp. . entire at Enterprlfie Me-t Market, IM . Oak tUreu 4M tr. f OST-A SILK UMKRELLA. HAVH0 CMU). Xj headed baadl Tke teder will receive re-mrd If he will ktteg tha catfe-ed te tke WklslU Wsle i ale Grocery. deVif STRAYED. ruder tWs td 2c par r day. GENERAL STORAGE, STOKAOB KitAa mirr&m... w, aad ahBet fita preoC Near Lotl areas -ad souiia le 3-puC OStce (37 Lwtis-iaM a, d .2 tt A re Ton tiolngto Washlngten TerrtiwryTj Parties emlgrsting ta tbf nertirrtst will flad it to their Bterct h cslll? a the Ifoek IIkik1 ticket oQlse fr )mitun tion rrgartllitg rates, rotit nnJ ttmrMf dations via this Hoe Doset tot fc;de ceived by scents of other lians s Ut f!is route. Von are iuvited to call At tke lmt ami be convinced as to the superrorilp ef the Great Rock Island roaki over all others, liy patronizing this lfn jm sit have the cboKcof foar dilf treat rKte4 west of Deaver. For peed, safety wnd comfort lb Itock lelnnd iesds (be prees stea. W. IL Wishakt, TJkt Age Oflke IW East Digis nveaot. otsfma Main streo t. dWlf J FINANCIAL. roCer M.M b?d Ic prr mn friv. OHET LiAEt OJrORf-S XfLWCCJtT Un. zrewtar rrvn. crJ te tse ate. ae IL A. Kay. over XarUk Mat UtU d M Hotter Bye and Bye. This is not a serraon. It is only a rail road missionary tract. If you take a vacation this summer, why not go to Colorado? Nestled around Pike's peak ther are plenty of places where one can cool oil for a very little money. Manitou, Cascade, Green Moun tain Falls and Woodland Park, in the fa vorite Ute pass, will be lovelier this year than ever. They Are most directly reached via the Santa Fe route. Yon change cars in union depot at Colorado Springs, and take broad guage trains on our Colorado Mid land division for destination. No tedious transfer across the eity. Cheap tourist tickets now on sale, good until Ocl 31, returning Inquire ot local agent Santa Fe route. Union ticket office, orntr First and Main streets, or passenger t alien, Dcngi-c and Fifth tves. 15 tf 1jiNTED I-LADIES AND ' T learn triecraphT and sfe drs-s Wichita' I slob laegrap building. V. teUl. Las. gentlemen; t rthaad. LaJi or 1- CoUegk, Zts.mmV dt; R SOME SNAIS Iff TTT ANTED BCYEES FC T city prrptrtj. JiUo sothe MKftjgaa land tr a. got-d farm sfcar i-l vonou. jG a general stoek ul good for v iAtta property at'tdes. W have itesi? farms and ctt J property for Wrerybwty. Rri w E rper.2aslgwtck block, i dl' K rl TrANTET-THE LADIES OF WJCHITi TP 'T kaowtut Mrs. Ella Clodfetler. Jlrr r,pr&i- tag several dressmilcgfarkiria tils ptf. Allareeortial-r lETited. Secijad Soor. over 1?1 Nori MAianfr'v room S.WICS.7A, Kan. $0-C XrANTED-5-TO TRADE i GOOD TBJREE- qm ivs; ppes ouzsj a raw wra v. ilea rprizz wagos, A&irria J L. rk. ctiy. dfS at pOOMS FOR 'STIi Batisess CcAU day t V A NTED-UrCRNlSH ED t 6tsi. i &ostkweater Wanted;- btsisess :xen to wjute bone'f" Ciictlr JT ten ttir . Rar in rt&odsjsttactf lector eKoecss"sl ertd aa dd '. Oi5 ceSOSiKx to. a. VncUn. -VTTaNTXd4-J09 CORDS OF T woed, j kutu cjrttf PcsfUisis, KUlXD COTTON ldCSk&441dUi:Vr I tats I MONEY TO LOAN I LaHB OR SMALL aaosUacaXl. serw. fUn,1wvimUL avods. betes, beads sr vti ptemstty. Vn&Mx Una te nasi vstr Hi N Jfa 141 U r.Uhncw. iiajpj, cattle l.OANB-Mf. X T leaJMd alaaeat trrttjliitmg Sy J. T. Lad. to, vi er MSa4 citer7. c rar ffrt aad M cm MISCELLA NEO US. I fcder O Is lead 3c t . pc aj SPLESIWD OPE5ltO roR A SMALL f V. stock of etottrtaaed iocwutef ceds. 7nn Wi vorU-itoL We eaeascT. 9you. Ad- Aixt J. L. BewdWk. Oxfert . K. aW TS MBS. J M. LEYEIUUJE HA5 OT OTtH. priors wui a LisltSesabie ssfU(. 42s S XarkM SS. J. H, HOBBS. TXACJtEK or ST.VM AXD CaUa erddr. J. B, BlMrt, 3 JlaSi To 9ka aveftoa. S)M OCHtL OF EWHITIOS 0D OKA TO T. k"1 Y H. C A fcattdtec w-o vpt nstr 1 1 fcup. . fngiHn . js. sfcert at4f by U yrtaJaJ 1 aes7?4M. x-tvrmf xeotoastd Kt rt rwrdJaity )vrti CSusra wt V Jevaswa Wt ,uraUe vrumy. rttrV, sacajti aavd fsttniiirr EaittfZ Oa d 1 neaji sar W- Zt& afffo. rut fsrs nrfrtJea arvm 4eerz W Vita, yrtactsak eVSt n t KTHMA-I WlLLS&hU t At ADOKOK5 Ix. Sail safer altos as t tke Jrit 4 Mdy emit U wtou ad ry 1 teaHaietf twe .tj TefUssuis faraHl' . Qit JmB rrtttm etyme cans. SWraatA, XS MM, nihi ht. 7itiM. xx. mutt Hoi for ttieMOBBUJae af Colorado. Kotjnd trip tickets to Denver, PI, Colorado Spnsgit aad TrtMut. objp. OBly 122.60 or the tmimI trip, j4 UH le tnra nnUl Oet. 31, lfei. liemeaberhlla Missouri PscrSo railway is the sfcMn ) to nil Colorado poiaU. 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