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w u rs 1 , II PI 1 New Reason For Intervention in Cuban Affairs, YELLOW JACK THREATENS To Seize Cuba May Be the Only Way With Him, Chicago, March 9. The Post's Washing ton special says: "If forebodings based on scientific ad vices as to tho sanitary conditions In Cuba are half realized there will be a new and strong reason for American inter vention In Cuban affairs which has not yet been broached and that is that peace .must be restored in order to protect the people of the United States from danger of epidemics. It is believed by the officials of the marine hospital service and by ex perienced naval officers who are acquaint ed with the conditions that Cuba will be visited by a devastating epidemic of yel low fever during the approaching sum mer. If the disease should assume a form as desperately and as bad as anticipated nothing but a miracle could prevent It from communicating to the large Ameri can cities along the Atlantic coast and thence into the interior. A member of the administration said today that the presi dent might find himself obliged to inter vene, for purely sanitary reasons." SPANISH "VICTORIES." Havana. March 9. A Spanish column under Colonel Tejeda, according to a Spanish report, has captured several en trenched insurgent camps in the Manzan ilio district, including the camp of El Chine. The troops, the Spaniards add, killed nine men, made three prisoners and captured "an armory with many tools, and destroyed many great huts and hospi tals." Colonel Tejeda's column. It is fur ther announced, will continue -pursuing the insurgents, who are said to be In re treat. There was another agreement between those opposing forces It appears, at La Cierra and the insurgents are alleged to have lost over 100 men, while the Spanish colonel reports only two of his men killed and fifteen wounded. BURIED BY GAR1BALD1ANS Signor Cnvnllntti. Who Foil in a Iuel, Honored in Ientli. Home, March S. There was an impos ing demonstration today when the re mains of Signor Cavallptti, the poet and dramatist and well known radical member, of the chamber of deputies, who was killed in a duel with swords here on Sunday af ternoon, fought with Deputy Macela. odi tor of Gazetta Dl Venezia, were conveyed to the railroad depot on thHr way to Mi Ian. About- 20,000 p$ple followed thofun ral car, which was escorted by municipal guards and a battalion of infantry, with colors flying and band playing. Caval lotti's red shirt lay across the herse, and numbers of Garibaldians, in their red shirts, followed. Menottl Caribaldi, son of the famous General Garibaldi, and Sig nor Biancheri, president of the chamber of deputies, were among the pall bearers. A number of ministers, senators and deputies joined in the funeral procession, which -was witnessed practically by nearly all of the population of Borne. Several orations were delivered before the body was placed on the train. STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON Curloxtx 31"urlcr Case With Interna tional tnctionsi Involved. Vancouver, B. C. March S. There will soon come up for trial at New "Westmin- bter, B. C, a murder with international aspects involving the feature of a man standing inCanada and shooting another in the United States. On Saturday last Jack Atkinson, who runs a hotel on the Canadian line of the boundary at Blaine, quarreled with Billy Patterson, who runs a rival establishment on the American slilcs. Atkinson shot Pat terson in the leg. inflicting a wound from the effects of which Patterson died. At kinson then went to New Westminster and surrendered himself to the authori ties. SKAGUAY IS NOT SO BAD Is Both Hloro Healthy and lies W.'cUed Than Kcprecntctl. Nanaimo, B. C, March S. The steam ship North Pacific, from Skaguay, Juneau and "Wrangel. called at Departure Bay late last night, her supply of coal having run out. Her officers describe the situation at Skaguay as most favorable. They say that often deaths from spinal meningitis were the result of exposure on the trails, the men being brought Into Skaguay In a dying condition. The number of deaths, Captain Carter says, has ben greatly ex aggerated. Fine weather prevailed w!n the North Pacific left Skaguay last Wed nesday. "White and Chilkoot passes were lit for travel and many had already begun the Journey inland. Outside of the trouble that arose from the operations of confi dence men. there was no disorder in the town, although the troops had moved toward Sheep Camp. HOY'S DEATH AVENGED Murdered Cattleman's Friends Lynch Three murderers. Cheyenne, Mont., March 7. A special to the Sun-Leader from Rock Sprinsrs sars VttlnntlnA llrtv'e frlAnH hA NnttTtw A lynched three of the murders of Hoy. The men lynched are T. J. Johnson, a man named Bemret. and a third man whoso statue cannot be learned. Some days ago Johnson, who was" a cowboy employed on Hoy's ranch near Kock Springs, shot and killed a boy named Willie Strong, for a trivial offense. He escaped and joined some of "Butch" Cussady's outlaws. Hoy joined a sheriff's posse which went In pur suit. The posse came upon Johnson and two others in La Dorre canon, when a tight occurred. In which Hoy was killed. TlghotftsemE etaoinar etoainshdrlucrafwyp The outlaws were, however, surrounded in the canon and anally captured and lynched. Details of the affair are roeajcre. The kilHap of Hoy. who was a prominent man. has stirred up the authorities of Col orado, Wyoming and Utah, and It is now proposed to send the combined military of the three states, if necessary, against the Casisady gang, which occupied an almost Impregnable fortress, known as "Robbers" Roost," near Vernal. Utah. TEN THQUSANDD0LLARS GONE Adam Kxpre- Agent at Orrville. Ohio. i" Mono too. Claveland. Ohio. March S. A special to the Plain Dealer from Orrville, Ohio, says: Great excitement was cau.-ed here f1ay over the disappearance of Charles C. Cut- "Seventy-seven" breaks up Grip 2nn (inns that "hang on." ten, night agent of the Adams Express company. Cutten left town Sunday morning. A telegram received Monday by Agent Sheppard asking about a $10,000 express package which was short at Cleveland aroused the suspicion of Shep pard, who at once notified Superintendent Bimple of Columbus of the shortage and Cutten's disappearance. A hasty investi gation by Mr.Bimple.As sistant Superin tendent Curtiss and Route Agents Bros ius and Gerger, showed conclusively that the package had disappeared at this point Saturday morning. The express company detectives are hard at work on the case. At the office of the Adams Express corn pans' in Cleveland it was claimed today that nothing was known concerning the alleged robbery. FOUR PENSIONS AT ONCE -Remarkable Achievement of Georce Watson, a liosu Veteran. Washington, March S. A remarkable case of pension fraud, the latest develop ments in which have just come to light, has been made public by the pension of fice. About eight years ago George Wat son, with four aliases was sentenced to fine and imprisonment for having drawn four separate pensions. At the time of his conviction he had two other claims for pensions on file. Being an exemplary prisoner Watson was discharged in June, 1SS5. Shortly afterward?, under the name of George Kelly, he presented a claim fo? pension on account of service in the Mex ican war o nthe ship Savannah and later filed application for still another on ac count of service in the rebellion on the ship Pawnee. In this his duplicity was discovered, as a result of which he was held in Philadelphia several days ago in 51,000 ball. WESTERN INSURANCE UNION Members Summoned to Testify in an Anti-Trust InvcHtisntion. St. Louis. March 8. More than 100 of the 125 members of the Western Insurance union were present today when that body met here in semi-annual session. Among those present were ceveral presidents of large companies in the east. To the surprise of the delegates a num ber of the more prominent members re ceived subpoenas shortly after their ar rival, summoning them to appear in the gentlemen's parlor of the Southern hotel to give testimony in the suits of ouster brought by the attorney general of Mis souri against 73 insurance companies charged with being members of' a "trust, known as the Western Insurance union." Sam Davis, of Marshall, Missouri, the commissioner appointed by the supreme 0urt to take the depositions, together with Attorney General Crov; Superin tendent of Insurance O'Rear, and a deputy marshal from Jefferson City coYisti tuted the court of inquiry. Mrs O'Rear said the taking of depositions at this time was solely with a view of saving witnesses the time and expense that would be in volved by a different course of procedure. The regular order of business at the semi-annual meeting provides that the opening day shall be taken up with the reading of the reports of committees. Most important, therefore, under tho clr cumstancesf was a report from the special committser appointed in Soptember last to conduct tho defense for union companies hi the suits instituted in Missouri. This committee, which is -composed of George T. Cram. Thomas S.Schard, John H. Washborn. Eugene Oarey and W. II. Wyman, reported that lawyers had been retained and that the course of procedure of the Missouri state officials was being followed closely. The effort of the state officials is to show that the real business of the West ern Insurance union is to fix rates, all the interests being pooled. Several of the general managers have said that if the precise language of the law Is enforced it wil be Impossible for insurance com panies to be represented in this state and they will have to withdraw. Superintendent O'Rear says: "Three years ago the insurance companies made a large increase in rates in this state. Since the attorney general instituted pro ceedings against them several months ago. they have made reductions of from 10 to 25 per cent, saving to the people be tween $75,000 and $100,000 a year, and on that account should have consideration. But their rates are still above those which existed before the increase of three years ago. "They can hardly cry poverty or un profitable busines cither, as their own re ports will show. The people of Missouri do not intend to be unjust or unfair, but they want reasonable rates of insurance, and the abolition of the trust." In the proceedings of the Union it was reported the question. fof outside competi tion was taken up In 'collection with a committee report. The subject of rates was laid over until Wednesday, when most o fthe time of the members will be occupied with a discussion of the pro ceedings Instituted against them by the , attorney seneral. The hearings before the state officials began at 2 o'clock. ARGUMENT FOR DEFENSE Trial of MicrifT JIarthi and IIi Depu ties A'earlns the Knd. Wllkesbarre. Pa., March S. The cwt room was crowded today when ex-Start -Attorney General Palmer began his argu ment for the defense in the trial of Sheriff said there were three propositions in this case: First, that there was rioting in and around Hazleton from the third to the tenth of last September; second, that Sheriff Martin was called to Haaleten 1 1 suppress this rioting; third, that the mob which marched to Lat timer was riotous, I law-breaking and disorderly. He argued that if the jury believed the sheriff had given, by direct command ' or previous instruction, the order to fir then the deputies could not be fov.- : guilty of any crime, as they obeyed tvv order of their superior officer, who ws the supreme power at the time. "If you find that the strikers were r -ous; that they refused to obey the tr ' s of the sheriff; that the sheriff's life v : . deputies' lives were in danger, then t f shooting was Justified and neither t sheriff nor the deputies can be held. Dfestrict Attorney Martin then c-ti-menced the final address for the : n moa wealth. Judge Woodward began his char? , the jury soon after 4 o'clock. After reviewlna- the conditions prev.i ' lag in the region previous to the confh- -at Lattimer. Judge Woodward took i.;. , the incidents immediately preceding tae shooting. He said it was certainly true that the great body of strikers failed to t obey the sheriff when he ordered them to disperse and insisted on pushing on. Nor could it be doubted, he said, that the sheriff had the lawful right to Issue the order, and if it was the right of the sheriff to command the crowd to disperse, "If I pus on wen te seriff orders me to then it was the duty of the crowd to obey his command. "If I .push on when the sheriff orders me to. stop," the judge added, "I do so at my peril." Continuing, he instructed the jury that if they found from the evidence that the purpose of the sheriff and his men was to preserve order and prevent riot, then it would follow that their interest and object was not a criminal or un lawful one. In conclusion, the judge stated that the most, If not the only, material questions for the jury to decide were: First, as to the number of men who surrounded the sheriff after his effort to arrest one of the strikers, and, second, as to the firing, whether it was continued after the ranks of the strikers had broken and they were In retreat, or whether it ceased when the volley was fired. It was a question whether the men shot in the back received their wounds while running away or while they sorrounded the sheriff, their backs toward his posse. The settlement of these disputed points, the court instructed, might be important, as bearing upon the question whether the posse comltatus,' orfiglnally a legally con stituted body, did not become an unlawful assemblage, by reason of any subsequent determination to disregard the law and commit crime. The jury then retired to deliberate. At 9 o'clock, the jury not having reported. Judge Woodward adjourned court until tomorrow morning. INSPECTONJUST WAIT While General Merritt Welcomes .Prince Albert of Helsium. New York, March S. Prince Albert of Belgium arrived today on the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse. He came down the gang plank in company with Count De Lichterbelde, the Belgian min ister at Washington, and was driven to the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. The Belgian minister said tho prince has not come here for an American heiress, as he was already engaged to his cousin. Princess Clementine. An unexpected change was made today by Major-General Merrltt in his plans for visiting the South Atlantic states to make his annual inspection of the sea board fortifications. He received a dis patch from Washington, ordering him to meet Prince Albert of Belgium upon his arrival and to extend to him the official welcome of the United States. This made it impossible for him to leave for St. Augustine today, as he had planned. TELEGRAPHIC BR1EFLETS. London, March S. Salvaiati, the well known Venetian glass and mosaic artist, who executed the mosaics in St. Paul's cathedral, committed suicide on Friday evening. St. Paul, Minn., March S. Professor M. D. Dwyer of this city, defeated George Muller of St. Louis, in a catch-as-catch can wrestling contest here tonight, secur ing two straight fall's. San Francisco, Mirch 'S. The board of regents of the State university this after noon elected Professor James G. Keeler of the Allegheny Astronomical observa tory a director of the Lick Observatory at Mount Hamilton. Ottawa, Ont., March S. James McMul lin, M. P., has given notice of a bill which provides that only British subjects can hold mining properties in Canada, and they must have been resident In Canada at least twelve months prior to the re cording of their claims. Washington, March S. Tim Frawley. of the Frawley Dramatic company, arrived here today and announced his engage ment to Miss Ada Lewis of San Fran cisco, now- playing with tho "Widow Jones" company in this city. The wed ding will occur this week. Chicago, March S- William H.- Hosmer, socretary of the Western Joint Traffic buroau, has acknowledged the defalcation of about 53,000 of the bureau's funds. There will be no prosecution of Hosmer, who had been connected with the bureau for fifteen years. He is assisting experts in examining the books. New York, March S. Yousef, the Turk, and Ernest Rneber. the champion Graeco Roman wrestler of the world, were match ed today to wrestle at Madibon Square Garden on Saturday night, March 26, for $500 a side and 50 per cent of the gate receipts. The articles provide for a Graeco-Roman match, two out of three falls, no holds barred. El Paso, Tex., March S. A special to the Times from Villa Ahmuda, Mexico, says: The Mexican Central railroad pas senger train was derailed tonight near Oje Caliente switch. The Pullman car was completely overturned and Conductor E. J. Orn was severely injured. Sev eral passengers were also injured. The cause of the accident is unknown. Omaha, Neb., March S. Horace G. Burt, president of the Union Pacific Railway company, today announced to the board of managers of the Trans-Mississippi ex position that the Union Pacific company had donated $25,000 in aid of the exposi tion. This swells the total contributions of railroads entering Omaha to $130,000. with one road yet to announce its sub scriptions. New York. March S. Referees who were appointed to pass upon the suit of Mrs. Alice De Lacey Rat cliff e for the an nulment of her marriage to Edward J. Ratcliffe. the English actor, on the ground that he was the husband of Mrs. Caroline Ravenhill Ratcliffe. at the time, and up on the action of the latter for an abso lute divorce because of his second mar riage, t"diy filed their reports with tho su, -. :s,o .urt, .a fa- or of hr:h women. rai?r frr Groorrh '" t -'P'- raiatorrhora Wfc . c natural du ctiTgr-, or ar laS&tnnm ; 1 1 .r-.litu b or q. rra ii.ia -f ci u - n i zxrm c:&zf oR-atnnsa. SoJd by rruerltk. ty i;..-hm. prpa;d h 1 ,: ' M r-!U'"i ; 5. rtao HOTEL CAREY. Rates: $2 and $3 per day B. L. EATON, Propristo;. jM lal toSdtjs.W JS tot t. .j.sr. rTlTHEnis o-sveuCo. i NftsSk tr s. a. j&T ae5s i I OiiS- r -d&iSfSSaB .3 -.SrfCTSsr ,2 , ilfliiillil 5Bg?yTanPj3BaBtjgiBB 'Gs5sSBMMa?gsa5fyvgiaiagai "HIHTIM iiif T "m in hi i CLASSIFIED WANTS If You Want- AGENTS. SALESMEN. MALE HELP. A SITUATION. FEMALE HELP. TO RENT A ROOM. TO RENT A HOUSE. TO BORROW HONEY. If You Have-- LOST ANYTHING. MONEY TO LOAN. FOUND ANYTHING. ANYTHING TO SELL. ANYTHING TO RENT. Make it Known To the People Through The Eagle. -- -&-'&-&9-&&-4& u erusemenis ur.aer iwve ciassmi-a-tlons must be in the counting room by 9 o'clock every l.ight except Saturday, when "io closing hour is 10. HELP WANTED-FEMAL WANTED A girl to do cooking and gen eral housework on a ranch. Call at once at room No. 3, over 116 N. Market street. 9S-It WANTED A widower in the country wants to employ a cook and house keeper; an unencumbered lady of middle age preferred. Address T. B. Smith, in care Eagle office, Wichita, Kan. DS-7tx WANTED A nurse girl, not under 15. Apply mornings, 333 N. Waco. 07-3tx WANTED A girl for general housework. No washing or ironing. Apply 837 N. Emporia. 97-3tx WANTED Apprentice girls, at once, Mrs. E. Koher, 137 N. Main street. 97-tf WANTED Girl for general housework. Call 201 S. Water. W-tf WANTED Girl for general housework. None but experienced and willing to work need apply. Apply S21 N. Topeka. 93-6tx WANTED A good girl' for general house work. 129 Hillside, ,north of Douglas avenue. 91-tf HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED First-class" 'coat maker and pants maker, at oncej Steady work and first-class prices paid, , E. S. Christian son, Wellington, Kan. 0S-2tx MALE HELP WANTED Magic Lantern and Stereopticon Lecturers, and Exhib itors to know that the Optlgraph Mov ing Picture Machine 1s the best on tho market and can bo attached to any magic lantern or stereopticon. Tho greatest entertainment feature ever in troduced. Price of machine only $35.00. Films for animated pictures $3.00 each and up. For full particulars address Sears, Roebuck & Co., Chicago, III. 3-S-6t MALE HELP WANTED-Good industri ous men to operate The Optigraph Moving Picture Mnchnes, The Klondike Illustrated Entertainment Outsits, and Tho Graphop'lionc Talking Machines, ihow them -to the pubjie and look after the advertising. No., soliciting and no previous experience .necessary. Easy work, steady employment, good pay. For full particulars address Sears, Roebuck & Co., (Inc.,) Chicago, 111. 3-1-Gt MALE HELP WANTED Three good men in Wichita and a. few in other parts of the state to take orders for our made to order men's suits at $4.50 to $15.00. Good pay and steady work to the right men. No experience necessary. Address American Woolen Mills Co, Chicago. 3-4-6t AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS WANTED To sell Murat Hal stead's Great Cuba Book; all about Cuba. Spain and War; grt-at excitement; everyone buys it, on gnt sold S7 in one day; another made $n o) In one hour. 000 pages; magnificent illustration: pho tographs, etc.; low price, we guarantee the most liberal term; froight paid: 20 das credit; outfit free, send two-cent stamps to pay postage. The Bible House, 324 Dearborn St.. Chicago. 3-3-6t BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, FOR SALE Stock of clothing, furnish ing goods, hats and caps, trunks and shoes. New stock. Store room for rent. Best location in city. A boom here. Work on 'Frisco railroad In full blast; shops and division here. Stock and fix tures Invoice $1,500. N. F. Gates. As signee, Oklahoma City, O. T. 97-2t FOR SALE Two-story hotel. 27 rooms. building 24x102 feet; lot, 5fxl40. Paing J1.000 a year, clear of expenses. Otve good terms. Also several houses and lots. Also, farm, 150 acres, for sale cheap. Smith & Co., Bitting Block. Wichita, Kan. 97-t BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Wanted: Registered pharmacist with two or more, as a partner, or will sell ock and fix tures, at 510 E. Douglas avenue. Wichita, Kan. K-tf WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED To buy a good side-saddle. Call on or address 434 N. Fourth. 96-Jt-tue-thu-sua WANTED Good organiser: can guaran tee good men J2.BW per year. Address The Life and Annuity Association. Hia watha. Kan. 8&-tu-stMi-J0tx "W ANTED Three second-hand safes. Also agent for Victor safes. R. C. Parker. 15A N. Market. 97-3tx WANTED By gentleman, room and board in a houee with all modern improve ments, within 2 miles of the Stock Yards. Address Q. R.." Kaaie. M-3tx WANTED Shirt irom?r. B. Jfc S. Laundry. n: E. Douglas. 96-tf " ANTED Representative in every com munity to learn grood. paying trade Must have small capital. National Mir ror Renewinjg Co. Geo. Hail, Manager. P O. Box SK Topeka, Kan. So-Aftx WANTED To make farm loans oa Kan sas and Oklahoma properties. 401--4 Sedgw-.ck block. Wichita. Km a. Winn Sz Wlnae. kM-tf FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FlR SALE Good, joung team of mule. ' g "i. yfrune Du'h.am cow and calf a'l I a: a39 S. Emporia. 5-ltx I F' "R SALE OR TRADE Cheap. Btt7?y ".1 road wsjon. new. tafeen uirW rhat . . morta?. Call a MA W. Dougt. -Jtr 1 R SALE Good 6-boio rasare etove. -- d only short time, laqtzirtr 4M Waco. -tf R SALE Good set of carpenter toe's 1 chest, cheap 251 ?f Jls'.rs. r'wtn K S5-3ta:-y t- to-tsa SEAL ESTATE AHD RUHR E. G. ROBERTSON. Treaa. F H. ROBFT'SOX. Si Desirable Restdcnes, Hcaes far Sale t Move. Bargains in Tax Tits. hARTFORD INVESTMENT CO., SEDGWICK BLOCK. CLASSIFIED WANTS FOR SALE Mandolin and guitar. No. 915 S. Lawrence avenue. 97-5tx FOR SALE A full-blooded, registered Jersey bulL See Gas Works. S6-6t FOR SALE Green Bone, for chickens. Otto Weiss. G05 E. Douglas. 95-26tx FOR SALE Nice, young driving horsc. Inquire at 602 S. Water street. 55-4tx FOR SALE A 12-horse power multipolar motor. Will do 13-horse power work. New; guaranteed; there are none better made. At a price that can't be duplicat ed. Reason for selling so cheap: too large for our use put in a smaller one. This, is a bargain. Call on or address R. P. Murdock, Business Manager, Eagle office. 92-tf FOR SALE If you want to buy the best motor made, from a 3-horse power to a 25-horse power multipolar, cheaper than you can buy it at the factory, call on or address R. P. Murdock, Business Manager Eagle. 92-tf FOR SALE Three good show cases: call or address 331 E. Douglas, Wichita, Kan. S7-tf FOR SALE If you want to buy a first class American ball engine from 20 to B-horse power, call on or address R. P. Murdock, Business Manager Wichita Eagle. A bargain. Engine guaranteed first-class. 92-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE A snap. Just outside the city, a 7-room house, barn, granary, carriage house, 9 acres of land, nil kinds of fruit, all under fence, cis tern; one horse. Inquire at 521 South Water St. J. H. B. 14S-tf FOR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT A nicely furnishedTront room, first floor, for lady or man and "Rife. 140 N. Topeka. 97-tf FOR RENT Three pleasant up-stair rooms, corner of Fifteenth street and Waco. 94-6tx FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT House, 1337 N. Topeka; 7 rooms ana oath. H. M. DuBois. 9Miie-thu-tf FOR RENT Nice family can get 7-room house, large barn, hen house and yard, fruit, shade, and 2 or 3 acres for one year. E. L Spencer. 95-tf FOR RENT Dwelling, No. 512 Waco. S rooms, good repair, $15.00 per month. Hewlett & Wheeler. 10S E. First street. 95 FOR RENT Nice 10-room house, with bath, newly-painted and papered, very attractive. 1039 S. Emporia. L. W. Clapp. 6C-tf FOR RENT Modern houses; also business houses. Isreal Bros. dl59-tf. FOR RENT Houses in all parts of tho city. Hillls & Kmkead. over 143 N. Mar ket St. dS3-tf. LOST. LOST A brown Water Spaniel bitch: has white spot on breast: few white hairs on left hind foot, near claw; had chain round n-( W -when last seen Return to 336 S. Watt-r strf t. for reward. 9-3tx STRAYED. STRAYED Two- ear-old filly. little white on hind legs; j-tar in forehead Liberal reward. N. W. Longenecker. 213 W. Douglas. 95-tx FINAJCIAL MONEY TO LOAN On good Kansas and Oklahoma farms. L. W. Claup. 65-tf UNLIMITED FUNDS-"tolban on choice farm property in Kansas and Oklahoma. 401-403-40. Sedgwick block. Winne & Wlnne. 104-tf MISCELLANEOUS. FARM HELP WANTED Man and wife for farm, in close proximity to city, man to thoroughly understand field work, and woman to take charge of kitchen. Call between 3 and 5 o'clock at 32S N. Main street. 9S-2tx-thu-fri A GOOD RECIPE for raising grass: Buy our guaranteed Lawn Hose, at a price that defies competition. 'Phone 51. Dermody Plumbing & Heating Co., 313 East Douglas. 9S-2t FOR SPLENDID Plants, Roses, &c, send for price lists. Tyra Montgomery, Lamed, Kansas. 94-lltx HOW TO BECOME lawful physicians, pharmacists. h-nUsts, or lawjers. Lo k Box 1M. Chicago. 3-fi-7t FOR -SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE A few choice improved farms at a bargain. Easy terms. 401-403-405 Sedgwkk block. Wlnne & W'nne. 92-tf rOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT A farm. Call at 1439 North Waco. 9-2tx FOR RENT Store room No. 217 E. Doug las avenue. 100 feet deep. Possession given March 1. R. H. Roys. 219 E. Doug 77-tf FOR RENT Store room No. 122 N. Main street. HO feet deep, with up-stalrs 70 feet deep. Now occupied by Hender son's dry goods store. Possession given April 1. 198. R. H. Roys, 219 E. Douglas 77-tf FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE OR RENT Good 5-room rot- tage. 713 S .aiarkvt. and & i-i. Pr1-. $35; rent, J5. AMU repair. Dean Gordon SC-tf LAWYERS. ADAMS & ADAMS, Lawyers. Eagle Block. Wichita. J. A. BRUBACHER. Lawyer. 211 North Main Street, Wichita. FRED BEXTLEY, Lawyer, Rooms 495 406 A. Sedrwlck Bnlldlng:. CAMPBELL & DYER. Attorneys at Law. 134 Morth Xaln Street, Wichita. OTTO G. ECKSTEIN. Attorney, 1U South Main Street. Koz Harris Building. HENRY HXJTTMAN. Attorney at Law. Room JtQ5 Sedgwick Block. Wichita. J. D. HOUSTON, Attorney at Law, 3 Sdirwtck. A. J. SlYATT, Attorney at Law. 3M North Mala Street. Wichita. STANLEY, VERMILION & EVANS, At torneys at Law, U Eaat Dettsiaa At. nue, Wichita. THO& Q. WILSON. Lawyer. 251 North Mala Street. Telephone W. WALL & BROOKS. Attorneys at Law. ta-ett Sodtjwtek Block. Wtcfefta. SAMTEL M. SABOEKT, Attorney at La -jr. Boom 3. Zimxamtfr Block. THOB2TTOX W. BAJIGEXT, Attorney at La-, m-& Sedsrwick Stock. CRJEW90N A SEFTO.N-. Lawyera. Offlr. im x. Main St. AT 11? SQaTH 2AI3 STHESI are D. W. SMITH'S DENTAL PARLORS RegaU i- -i ..rc-a iceta a SiK--JaJty PHYSICIANS E E. HAX1LTU-N. U. Lv, btE Sab, xosa axd throat. VC foria Marfce 3tr;rt. at We Doogtej Aaaa. Practice UaUtod to Dtaeaoes of t& HTS. EAR. NOSE AKD THROAT. WICHITA WHOLESALE HOUSES. The houses gtren below am representative ones and thorouraly rellaMa. jSTOVEsI Established; Cincinnati, 1875; Wichita, 1S90. The C. E. Potts Drug Co,. 233-335-237-239 South flain Street. Wholesale Druggists Offer to tho Trade at bottom prices a complete line of Druss. IfeafcfciM. Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Druggists and Stationers Sundrisa. Etc.. Etc Wichita Union Stock Yards Co., Wichita, Kansas. C'zrmrti'W 3,ooo Cattle st.WctpqilLj'a 5tooo Hogs Private Yards for Texans. Perfect Sewerage and Citj Water. All Pens Covered. W. R. DULANEY, Superintendent of Stock Yards. $ I I I .11 I IL 1 ISS4-180S. Wichita Wholesale Grocery Co., ....Wholesale Grocers.... Office and Warehouse Corner Fifth Ave, and William St. Keep everything In tho Grocery Line. Show Cases. Scai and Grocery-Fixture. Also solo proprietors of the Piper lleldslck. Donatella. FonUila. Ilanry Georgs and Tom Moore brands of Cigars. Aylesbury m Mercantile Co., Wholesale Grocers Bola Agents for David Dudley Field. American Sweeper. Figarella aod IlLra Proof Cigars. BENNETT PLUflBING Water, Steam And Gas Fitting Plans and Estimates Furnished on Short Notice. ...Exploded AT 313 EAST DOUGLAS and blowocl in 50,000 foefe of QtadMi Hose at broken down prices. -1 DERMODY HEATING AND " PLUMBING CO. J. C, DUNN&BRO., Jobbers of QUEENSWAKE, GLASSWARE AND TINWARE. MAIL ORDERS GlYEN SPECIAL ATTENTION. SEDGWICK BLOCK. Dr. J.W.Simlts Specialist In Medical, Surgi cal and Electrical treatment of all Chronic, Nervous, Bkin and private diseases, male and 'J female. Ofllca, 15 Nrifth Main tret. JDRUGGTSTS J. P. ALLEN, DRUGGIST. BvrrtalQ' fcept fa at JVwt-clAM TXrm Store. ioS East Douzfas Ave.. Wichita G. GEHRING, DRUGGIST CDeutadbe Apathere.) doles imported and Domestic Cigars, Ncrt&erug Cor. Dou-laa ami Topelc ' Areoua. ' Fbcraa XL, Wichita Kaau CHAS. LAWRENCE, Dealer in Photographers' Supplies; ioj B. Douglas Avu, WlcbJU , feteebeae Connective. BANKS. J. O. Liavvison. 1 ft. -. i. Ltaridcoo. Cao. Chax. Testar-i. F. A. Rjutell, Teilr AiVL Caah. Kansas National Bank. J (Oideit Bank is to AJcaoaa VaCey. J Capital. niflttC SorpJos. ZVLJXA. J L. tt. af:er, Hrea K. H. Powell. V Pree J. it. Moore. Ch. J N. Rtcbardaoa, AWt CatWer. Fourth National Bank Of Wichita. Capital - $100,000.03 A General Banidnc BaaJo Traaaaeted. J. H- LONSTTREET. CHAS H J'OOL. iTeM3t- caaicr. Sedgwick County Bank New Business SoIIciLsi. Corrcspoodencs Invited. Banking in All Us Branch A. C JoLa. Pre. C W. Zittj. Caaa. 3 H. Blade V. Plea. Bank of Commerce TMkwi-J. ii- lUaaa. 4. W C?-; Geo P Dol. A. C iita. C. W. Cit7. f. lour buiinejj solicited. STATKaXJCT OV THK COXD.TIOX of tbe BadEik at Oieaf n.e. WieJuta. Ka soa. at tbe cioe-s of tKatnent Marcs X l AflOKTTL BSJ ;.! U - HM B w StteX arvJ ooaoa .. lfTWtare ami Flxrarea IT.' Guam and atgtet txcrtmttgm, !J?r "a m 1330-iet r lAXMUjrwate. Cavttai aaoefc , , mm Santa --...-. -..- ate got iiMnmii iiitMii .. i: fvT WICHITA STOVE AND IRON WORKS llANCFACTCHERS OF ZCDIS-A-Xi STOVES AND ADJUSTALP STOVE REPAIRS. ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK, Columns, LlatelJ. Sills. SasU Weights, Grata Bars, Poa Mauls and Castings of all kinds. ' H00RE BROS., Props., Wichita, Kan. Telephone 123 ONE BLOCK N. UNION DEPOT. Corner Third Street and Fifth Avenue, ....Phone 329. AND HEATING CO, New Location 120 N. Market St. 209 N. MARKETJT MISCELLANEOUS. (EstablUaed inc.) FRED. W. ISRAKL. H. C. URAEL. ISRAEL Real Estate BROS., and Rents To buy Wichita clly property r Sodjrwfok county land t prcoeat prto, mmmtu Urr returns on your moaey. Wichita, trtti ar clock and other Imlu tries, u juat in ar Infancy, and uca hcursatns aa w caa tw enr were never aSered before. AJt hay. Ior buaincaa in our lute ara utvttad to eali or eorreapoed. The Wichita tntereata of an-ra4dj property and faithfully earo tor. om aecond floor. 121 North Market. IaraeJ Butldinr Smith & Co. Loans, Collections, Insurance. Fourth Floor BUUn lUtx.. Wtatetta. Call and leave yoor rtr for aale a r.fperty and rmt at hmtiMHi 1 rmm a,, you money vlle baud 5bta. ah Lafav-tt.. Him J C KtwwZ lUfereac. K.io Nattoaal Hank. HILLIS 6: K1NKEAU Rental :iwl Collection Agents Room I. :U N Mamet at.. Wlchtta. Kaa. HotM-ae rntd, reau roUec, reoaira made eoaom.ca!!. He reix-lt t&e car aad atie of property for non-rldenta J. A. BISHOP, Wh-'aie Ealr Paints, Glass and Wall Pape? JaiEpi! nl Pnt. eg A).ei!ii ! WICHITA. KAS. Globe Iron Works lfJ5af-tnr4 eftaloo aad botior. mmxt N ktob ef ireo ad W ewatioew. tmtt-, to ber ttaoea. iCeaaa pt. Taraaa rooda. Cut aad aeKB? &cfea. via, A. FLAGO. Prop. Wiehka, Kaa F. F. PARSONS CONTRACTOR AMU BUILDER. E. oia,' f.,-.l -i a. t..!2 ' 'r r -2 - Jwrmms m k7EHTIQ iLVT. Ci-ferr Lt2 teiWOCfHEBSE !COr1 MISSION MERCHANTS Z. J. HEIALY t CO. unsroa WAimtti mmm Lata sAm. Jrz, Wtcaata. Kjlx. 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