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3Pr WixchitK Ip&ilij gUt tasitag ggltimmg, itgttst 7, 1890.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours-57
cattle, and 1,986, hogs, 22 horses.
Shipments 470 cattle, 871 hogs, and
The fresh receipt of cattle today were
limited but there were some of yesterday's
supply ou today's market. The market
was fairly active and prices were some
what stronger. The sales were mostly on
stockers and feeding steers which sold at
very good figures. The market closed
There were nearly 2,000 hogs at the
yards but several car loads arrived to
late to be sold today. The market was ac
tive to the close and choice packing hogs
were fully Vy to 10 cents higher than
yesterday, several loads selling at $3.55
and' from that down to $3.45. The dif
ference in prices was owing entirely to the
difference in the quality rather than to
any decline in the market. A buyer for
one of the packers said he would gladly
have paid the top for several loads more of
choice hogs. Bulk of hogs sold in Kansas
City today at 43.50 to $3.55 and closed
steady. The Wichita hog market was
certainly a bull market today according to
that. The close was about steady.
WICHITA LIVESTOCK MARKET.
, . - . Wpni'rAKjin Ausust 6.
-' ' ' ' ' ' VATTLli ' '
Tho supply was fair and consisted larcclv of feed
inc steers and stockers and soma butchers' stuff.
There was not much life in tho market today, hut
v.-ry cund prices were realized on the btock sold.
The market closed steady.
Native Khlppin;; steers. Rood to extra. ..t3 25 Q5 75
Good to extra native butcher steers, 10JUS
lawibs 275 er.ro
Native feeding steers 2 (K) ui'Ji
Native stockors 110 (2 15
t hoice cows tind lieirers l ai (32 25
1 air to good cows and heifers 1.1(1 jj,l 75
Bulls and stasis 130 tl a
"at yearling 2 00 &! :)
Good yearlings 175 2 0J
Grass cows 1 35 &1 50
Canners 115 1.7)
Poorer trades and scallawngs 75 &l (JO
Veal calve., per head 4 50 07 00
Followlns are the representative salej of cattle at
the stock yards today:
"o. Description. Av'jre. Price.
22 reeding steers .' 1007 2.15
15 Stock steers 1011 2 25
1 Stock steer 470 1 (15
1 Bull 1(W) 3 ;;-
1 Cow HMO 10)
C Cows and heifers T.U 1 .15
2 stock heifers -lilt 1 15
2 Cauners 7sa 105
The supply was quite liberal today but not many
loads of choice packing iios, Whittaker paid $:ui
for several loads of tho best and the balance sold
for just as good prices when tho quality is considor
ed. A komI many thin hogs are coming in which
cad not command the top price. Pigs and singers
sold well at i-300."i25 and Mexico's at :i40.o 55. ac
cording to the quality. Some hogs carried over on
account of their late arrival. .Market closed about
The following are the representative sales of hogs
t tho yards today:
3 37JiJ 20
Good mutton f-heep. SOS100 '- ,
Good btock ewe. 7.V3S0
Good stock, wethers, 75(sSS5
(Jood to extra lambs
S NKH 00
3 2St:t .10
1 IUjS 50
Hogs 7)4 to 10 higher.
Very little improvement in cattle.
"Whittaker bought a large bulk of the
Welhener shipped eleven double deck
cars (770 head) of heavier to Old Mexico to
night. Col. Tom Redman was a bull on today's
Hogs purchased today: Whittaker 1230,
Bold 77, Butz 137, Mexico 105.
Van liuskirk Bros., Frederick, sent in a
car of hogs.
.1. S. Mull camo in from Milton with a
car of hogs.
L. O. Beebc, Conway Springs, was on
the market with a car of hogs.
.7. E. Hutchinson, Freeport sent in a car
Prout & Morton, Fall River, had in a
car of hogs.
Blakeman & Ilearne, Leon, marketed
Joseph Gamble camo in from Elyria
with two cars of hogs.
J. II. Porter. Towanda, was on the late
market with three cars of hogs.
.1. D. Gilchrist, of Gilchrist Bros., Val
ley Center, was on the late market with a
car of hogs.
E. J. Richmond, South Haven, had a car
of hogs on the market.
L. M. McCroeklin came in from Derby
with a car of hogs.
Fred Gertis came in from Derby with a
car of hogs.
George Friend, Cicero, was in with a car
P. A. Caton, Teabody, was on tho mar
ket with a car of hogs.
, John Slocomb, Peabbdy, came in with a
t car of hogs.
P. Clark, Andale, had in a car of hogs.
A. W. Sweet, Cheney, marketed a car of
J. M. Pirtle hud in a car of hogs.
Smith & Steiner, Lyons, marketed hogs.
The following is a summary of receipts
and shipment, of live stook at tho stock
yards for July:
Number of cars 747
Number of cuttle 1.K71
Number of bass 51.0V!
Number of sheep KW
Numberot Lowes 117
Number of cars 231
Numlwr of cattle 1.8!
umlerof hogs - 12.171
Number of sheep K
Nuiaberof horses 11
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
-T Lorri". Mo August 6. CATTLE. Receipts,
S500. shipments MO. Market stronger, active. Na't
f-ers iSSt 7ft stockers and feeders...? 3 !':
Texans and Indians Fi 20S2 70. HOOsRecelpw
fi.iiii. shipments. 500. Market, lower, heavy
lSS23-.a. packing 3 o(3 till. idlEEP-Recetpls
2SX). shipments 1 m. Market steady. Fair to
choice Jt UV5 CO.
Kansas City. Mo.. August 6-CATTLE-Rroeipts
pir shipment 4200. Market strong. Steers
f ? 2,V"?4 30: cows f 1 Ms'- stockers and feeders f2 M
li.i 25: ranqe steers 2 ft '- 70; ranee cows. $123
1 ikX HlXis-Rooolpts MAk shipment- SftW. Market
Meadvto -iron?; bulk .KXiS5.i; all crades. ;:
STj. SHEEP Receipts tlW: shipments ia. Market
5tdy to weak. Lambs 4 735 2j. Gooil to choice
muttons Jt 0X1 50. Stockers and feeders $3XX3
CHiCAOO. III.. Aueust 6. Tho Drovers Journal
reports: CATTl.E-lteeelj'ts. 10.0CU shipments axft
Market steady, slow. Beeves f 5ft34 SJt steers $ tU
J 40: stockers and feouera 12 1S3 10; cows, bulls
and mixed fl 2fts a); Teia. cattle Jl Ji2 .o
we-tern rancers $2 7:V3 75. HOGS-Receipts. 17.frW:
steady. Xtl f5aWo); western S'.W4 50; Teians
Jo 504 GO; lambs $4 SOjta 4j.
Vlclilta Grain Martct.
WicntTA. Kan, AnptstS.
WTieat-Reccipts 8.7(0 iHtsbels. The supply was
lfcnt. There is a strong demand and prices nrm to
h corn-Receipts S. '' a The receipts were tho
uihtSit forsome days. Holders of larse amounts of
Ktoaffim not vUlteff to ualoadleTea at
the present high prices. The market Is active and
Oats Receipts 4.000 bu. There are no changes of
note. There Is a good demand for all the off erjngs.
GRAIN Car lotsontracE:
WHEAT-Good milling, old and new. soft, 75;
hard CS72;other grades. 60c and down"
CORN No 3 or better Sic. white 33c
RYE No 3. or better 35c
HAY 54 60 per ton in car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop in car lots 75c per 103 lb3.
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
New York Money.
New York. August 6.
jroney on call cloe, ranging from 2 to 6 per cent,
last loan 6. closed offered at 0.
Prime mercantile paper &3GJS
Sterling exchange quiet and easy at ii 85 for
GO da; bills and ft S9 for demand.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. 111.. August C Wheat The feeling
again unsettled; trading was rather large and the
prices were again higher.
Corn was active, excited and very much stronger.
The market ruled very nervoua and unsettled the
Oats The market was active, unsettled and prices
covered a wider range and touched higher figures
than at any time on this crop but although ouwide
prices were not maintained closing sales showed a
net advance of 2Q3c,
Pork Good trade. Prices were advanced 50a70c
Lard A fairly active trade was reported with an
advance of 1015c.
Short Ribs and Sides A brisk business was trans
acted and prices ruled I0312Hc higher.
Tho leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT August Sic September STJfC Decem
CORN August 40c, September 50Jic. May 5IWc
OATS August Sl'ic. September 39c. May 42c "
PORK August til 75; September f 11 30; January
LA.KD September t6 40; October J6 52, January
SHORT RIKS-September J5 57&; October 5 70;
January JG 02i.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm, unchanged.
WHEAT No 2 spring, UaJc red. 96Hc
CORN-No. 2. 49ic
BARLEY-Nomlnal. C5c .
TIMOTHY-H 431 46.
LARD 25ftC 27.
SHORT RIHS-Sides $5 425 45.
SHOULDERS Dry salted ta 87HS6 00.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-S5 70a SO.
SUGAR-Cutloaf 7M7?ic; granulated 6?fc; stand
ard A C-Hc
aiiticles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat OO.Wfl 24.000
Corn ZV,m 345,0)0
Oats 2g.0u0 213.000
CUTTER Steady. Fancy separator 20321c
fine 17lSc fine creamery, 1415c good 12313c, finest
diary, 13514o. fine 10312c.
Kansas city Produce.
KAN'SASCirr, 31a, August 6.
The Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX, fi5c; XXX 75c: family ?l Kr. choice
fl 40: fancy 1 70: extra rancy f 1 S&Sil 85- pateut
?2 10 2 la.
WHEAT Higher. No. 2 hard cash and August
67Jc No. 2 red cash SJc.
CORN Higher. No. 2 cash 47c bid, 4Sc asked.
OATS HIghor. No. 2 cash SSc bid, no offer
ings; August 41).
RYE Higher. No 2 cash 52c bid; no offerings.
I5UTTER Higher; creamery fancy 12&17c,
EGGS Firm at 9c
HAY Weaker. Strictly fancy pralrio 57 503 00;
good to eholce G OOigC 50.
CCRN MEAL 55c
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common f 3 C5,
refined J3 70.
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins 10?llc; West
ern Stoac. Younir America 10illc, skimmed 45.
LIVE POULTRY Firm, good demand. Choice
hens 3 00a3 25; small fat ?2 502 75; roosters f 2 00
2 50. spring chickens Jl 252 00.
HAMS-f 10 50.
HREAKFAST DACON-$3 5X
DRIED BEEP-IT 50.
DIMED SALT ii EATS? Short clear sides J6 00;
dry long clear U) 00; shoulders f 5 50.
SMOKED MEATS-Long clear G 00; shoulders
JG 00: short clear sides id oi.
LARD-Refined. $7 25.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Lotus. Mo.. August 6.
WHEAT Higher. Cash Ol'fc; September 05Mc;
CORN Higher. Cash 4SJc, September 49Jfc,
OATS Higher. Cash Kb bid, August 40c, Sep
I'ORK-FIrm at JU 0O3I150.
LAKD-IIIgher. Iliitchers' steam SS7
RYE-Qulet and llrm. No. 2 cash. 5Sc bid.
CORXMEAL Active and strong: 4&31 45.
HAY Steady. Timothy $10 00.312 50; prairie.
Choice to fancy ?0 50ftl000.
R UTTER Choice higher. Choice creamery 14
lGe; Elgin l!).'.i20c; choico dairy, 13lic
LEAD-DulI. sellers ?4 20(.?.4 22M-
IJRaN Firmnt K-W7U .
FLAXSEED-Firm, higher, f 1 32 bid.
E. E. HAMILTON, M. I).
SDecIalties: Diseases of the
vOt Ere. Ear. Nose and Throat.
l-. Catarrh and fitting glas-es.
SS Ofllce 127 X. Market stieoi.
Israel ic Jlycrs block.
nil. C. C. FUJiLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
331 East Douglas Ave.
1219 North Market Street.
Professlona'. C1U Attended Promptly, id-tt
UK. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseases spreclalty. Home
for Ladles during confinement. Strictly private
whon so desired. Letters of inquiry confidential
-nd answered immediately on receipt of Mime.
Horn. 711 South Ida are. Wichita. Kan. 14.1-tt
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hours 0 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Suuday, 9 to
lOu'fci. m. Room IS, Fechheimer Building.
E. Y. MUX SELL, M. D.
Medical and surgical dis
eases of Eye. Far. N'o-.e. and
Removal of facial
other blemishes; and fit-
ana resiucnce. iaw
South Emporia. C4-tf
B1I. J. JACOB STOXEB,
Makes a specialty of childrens' diseases, eyo. car
and throat, with general practice. Physician to tho
Oillco over 14i) N Main. Oflice hours 10 to 12 a. m.,
2 tod p. in. d f.4 tt
BOCTOJi J EX XIX GS
Has opened offices over 12G North Main street. Wich
ita. With the practice of general medicine and sur
gerv Dr. Jennings will combine special work on the
Eve. Ear. No-e- and Threat. Also, tho proper ail
Rustmnt of glasses. OiMce hours S to 11 a. in.: S to 5
ejp. m.esldence. sa Waco avenue. D-4i
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW.
THOS. C. WtLSO.V.
JOS. A. BKtnlACUXR.
WILSON & BRTJBACBTER.
Attorneys et la--. 231 North Jlala itreet. Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No'. 11. dlttvtf
vv P. CxvruELi- Jas. l. dteb.
Attorneys at Law. Wlcu.lt, Kan. lOGtf
H. C. Sluss. W- E. Stanley
SLTTSS C STAXLEY.
Attorneys at Lw. Wichita, Kansas.
JTait:, Harris tf; Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, HI S. Main St, Second floor.
J . R. Haixo weix. J. E. HCME,
Late C. S. Atoraey.
HALLO WELL C HUME
Lawyers. 14: N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
A. r. Ronr.nArcn. w. n. Racch.
ROHRBA UGH & RA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lection made anywhere in the United States and
Canada. No. 147 Main Su Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT.
Lawyer. Rooms J, 4 aad 1 203 N. Mala st Wichita,
JOHX W. ADAMS. G. W. ADAMS.
ADAMS cC ADAMS.
Attornevs at Law. Ofllce. first stairway east of the
Wichlta'National Bant. lf-tf
The Photographer. Pictures in all sires and styles
He also carries the finest assortment of picture
fnuaw in the city. Give him a friendly call and
'gy'-iWSPJfa ilti Thro;
vfisJwSSy JP and o
II. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O. DAYnSOirPre3. C. A. WALKER, V. P.
CITIZENS1 : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
BTO CKH'DfRS'lilABIHTDT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid T7p Capital of any Bank la the EttU
Shippers of LiYe Stock can saTe "both
time and money by doing: their
"business through the
took Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
J. ii. PHILLIPS. S. E. PniLLIPS.
PHILLIPS cC- PHILLIPS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary Collcso Asso
ciation. We are prepared to do all kind? of veterinary
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surcical operations, llospltal accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or nicht. We use an operatlnz table
Instead of throwing horses.
Office, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentin. All wcrk uuaranteed flrst-clasa. OBce
113 East Douslas ilvcnUo over Paul Jones & Co.'s
drug store, Wichita, Kansas. 151-tf
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Dentist. Office 141 N. Main over Smith & Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence 62G N. To
peka avenue. Wichita, Kansas. 01-tf
Full sets of teeth. $5. J8. and tlO;
Good Fillinzs, tl. and up; Silver, 76c;
Extracting with cocaine. We We
BOYD'S DENT A L ROOMS,
Dr. T. F, Horn. Dn. J. a. HoLLEXBEnoER.
113 East Douslas Avenue. WJ-tf
D. W. SMITH,
Dentist. Room 406 Sedgwick building. Wichita,
Kansas. dGS tf
A. J. APPLEGATE. '
(With A. D. MaUory.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public,
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete nbstracts
tonny land in Seuijwfok county. Room 21(i Sedg
wick block. Can be found during business hours at
county tmllcllnr lfti-tf
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent. Rooms 10 and 17
Hitting block, Wichita. Kansas
w. r. Mcpherson,
Architect. Room 18, No. 200 North Main Street.
Wichita. Kansas. 117-tf
w. t. rnouiiFooT. o. w. num.
PROUDFOOT & BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Ofllce in Fech
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
FKED W. ISIIAEL, R, C. ISItAEL.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTS.
To buy Wichita city property and Sedgwick county
farmsat present prices means large returns on your
money. Wichita, with her stock mid othrr Indus
tries, is just in her infancy, and such bargains as wo
can now citfiT were never offered before-. A mini l
to the shrewd Investor Is sufficient. If on wish to
buy you will save money bv listing your unnts with
us. The Wichita Interest of noa-reidents proper
ly and promptly cared for. Otlioo second floor Is
rael liullding. 125 North Market.
Reference Wichita National Bank, or your Wich
ita acquaintances. dC6-tf
ALL HA J. LOWS ACADEMY,
V.ll ilii'A. KANSAS
Board and tuition, pe-- annum. tl.V). Adrtrcs.
Sister Superior, Sisters of Charity, B. V. M. 105-tf
OFFICIAL ROUTE TO BOSTON
The "Greftt Rock Island" lias rieeu
declared tho oilicial route
Grand Army of the Republic,
Ry the Department of Kansas. Special
trains will leave Topeka at 5:25 p. m.
and Kansas City at 7:25 p. m August
Stu, and run through to Boston with
This will be the finest train of the
season, aud will consist of Free Re
elimnsr Chair cars, Pullman Tourist
and Pullman Palace sleeping cars.
Tickets will be on sale at
One Fare for tlie Round Trip,
which is only one cent per mile from
Topeka or the Missouri River, good to
return until August 25, and by special
arrangements in Boston can be ex
tended until September 30. Tickets
will be on sale August 6th to August
10th. inclusive. The above rate will
be open to all. and ample accomoda
tions will be provided for those who
buy their tickets yia the
Chicago, Kock Island & Pacific R'y.
Kansas is froingto capture ihe Nation
al encampment in 1690, and the peo
ple of the state should attend the Bos
ton Reunion this year in force. For
information of any kind, reservation
of Sleeping. Tourist or Chair Car ac
commodations, addresss the lepart
ment commander at Sabetha: S. F.
Boyd, Asst Gen'l Ticket and Passen
ger Act., Topeka; orT. J. Anderson.
Gen'l Agt., Topeka.
Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent.
To the Southern Kansas Fair at "Wichita
Sept. 2i and SO and Oct. 1. 2. 3 and 4. The
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe route will
place on sale excursion tickets at one fare
for the round trip to be sold from all sta
tions 150 miles distant.
G. T. Nicholson.
G. P. and T. Ac't, Topeka, Kan.
W. F. "WHITE, Pass. Traffic Mang'r.
54 tf Chicago, I1L
Are vou going west? Arc yon coinr:
cast? If so, take the Great Rock Iilandl
Finest accommodations and lowest rate.
to all points. City ticket ofSee, 100 Eass
Douglas avenue, corner Main street,
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
(Huciest to St. Iouis. Try it. 50 ti
ELDRID6E & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas,
REFERENCE-Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Natl Bant.
R. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEBCHA3TS
MISSOURI PACIFIC R. H.
Tit A INS.
I ARRIVE LEAVE
Fort Scott. Kansas City, St.j
Louis and eastern ex I
Fort Scott. Kansas City, St. '
Louis and eastern ex j
Conway Springs, Anthony i
and Kiowa ex '
Conway Springs, Anthonyi
and Kiowa ex j
Hutchinson, Sterling and
Geneseo passenger. j
Hutch- Kanapolis, Pueblo,
and Denver ex
All trains run dailr. I
Z COP ii
Depot Second and Wichita streets; ticket oSce 127
North Main street. E. E. Bleckley.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
NEW TIME TABLE CHICAGO. ROCK l&LAND &
("Great Rock Island Route."!
In effect on and after July C. 1591
ARRIVE 1 LEAVE
GOING NORTH AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas Citv, St. Louis
and Chicago." Through
Mail and ex. dail v
No. 4 Kansas City, "St. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. 62 Accommodation,
dally except Sunday
No. 3 Kansas Citv, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily
No. 1 Kansas Citv. St. Louis
and Chicago through mail!
and ex. dally
No. CI Accommodation, dally
except Sunday I
2 of) V M
Elegant reclining chair cars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
sold and baggage checked through to all points
north, south, east and west, and steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket office 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone V.
C. A. Rt'TnERFORD, Ticket Agent.
Jno. Sebastian, G. t. & P. A.. Chicago. 111.
ST. LOIHS k SAN l-RANCISCO It. R.
TRAINS. ARRIVE LEAVE
Going West, pass ito Ells
worth) 25 AM 525am
Going we-t, pass, (stops at
llurrton) 450pm 455pm
Going East, passenger. SOU a M 0 C5 A M
Going East, passenger. 1035 p m 10 40 v m
Going Ea.st 225pm
Going West to Rurrton 227PM
City Union Ticket oflico. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA & WESTERN R. II
I ARRIVE LEAVE
Going West, pas, (daily)..
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going East, lrelght
3 UUP. II
D. II. Rhodes, Freight & Pass. Agt. 122 N. Main
feupt.. cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket oflico 122 North Main street, and at
Vuion Depot, Douglas avenue, W. D. Murdock.
ATCHISON. TUPEKA i. SANTA TE K. IX.
TRAINS. ARRIVE I I.KAVK
NORTH AND EAST.
Dcnvcrexpress 405pm 410pm
Eastern express 12?5p.M 1240PM
Colorado and California ex
Press 400pm 410pm
Chicago express t&OPM 800PM
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma A-Panhandle ex 740 am 740 am
Texas Express ....: 4 051' M 4 10pm
Caldwell Express 7 OOP at 700pM
City Union Ticket oflice 122 North Main street.and
t nion Depot, Duglas avenue.
lloue Joint Kesolutlon No. 3.
Houae Joint Resolution No. 5. proposing an amend
ment to Mictions three and twenty-fivo of article
two of the constitution.
He it resolved hy the legislature of the state of Kan
ha, two-thirds of the members elected to each
house thereof ooncurrliiK therein:
Section 1.- Tho following proposition to amend
the constitution of the state of Kansas 13 hereby
submitted to the qualified electors of the state for
their approval or rejection, namely: That section
three, article two. be amended so that the same
shall read as follows: Section 3. The members of
the leKislaturc shall receive as' compensation for
their -ervicet the sum of three dollars for each day's
actual service at any regular or special session, and
fifteen cents for eacii mile traveled by the usual
route in Kolm; to nnd returning from the place of
nii'CUmr.but no compensation shall lie nllowed or
paid to any menibu for more than ninety days at
any regular Msion. nor for more than thirty days
at any special session. And that section t wenty-flvo
of article two lie amended so as to read as follows:
section 25. All sessions of the legislature shall be
held at the state capital, and all regular so.-sions
siiali be held once m two years, commencing on the
lirst Tuesday of December of each alternate year,
commencing on tlietirst Tuesday of December A. I).
one thousand eight hundred ami ninety.
SLO. '-'. This proposition shall besubmitted to the
electors of this state at the general election of rep
resentatives to the legislature in tho year A. D.
eighteen hundred ami ninety, for their approval or
rejection. Tho-e voting in favor o( this proposition
shall have written or printed on their ballots: "Kor
th amendment to srctions three and twenty-five of
arttt ie twooi tno constitution, those vottngagalnst
tlie said jiioposititm shall have written or printed
on their liullots, "Against tho amendment to sec
tions three anil twenty-tlvo of article two of the con
stitution." Said ballots shall be received and said
votes shall b taken, counted, canvassed, and returns
thereof bo made, in the same manner and In nil re
epects as Is provided by law in case of tho election
of representatives to the legislature.
Sec. 3. This resolution shall take effect and bo in
force from and after its publication in the statute
Approved March 1. 1330.
I Hereby certify that the foregoing is a trne and
correct copy of the original enrolled resolution now
on Hie in my ofllce, and that tliesnmetook effect by
publication in the sta into book May 35lh, 18s9.
tf WILLIAM HIGGINs. secretary of State.
lloue Joint Kesolutlon No. 8.
House Joint Ifesolution No. S, For the submission of
a ptoposiiiou to amend the constitution of the
State of Kansas.
Be it resolved by the Legislatureof the state of Kan
sas, two-thirds of the members elected to each
house thereof concurring therein:
Sistionl. The following propo-itioa to amend
the constitution of tills state is hereby submitted to
the qualified electors of the state for their approval
or retec Ion. namely: The constitution of the state
of Kansas is hereby amended by striking out the
whole of sections 2 and 13 of articles three of the
constitution, and inserting in lie't of said sections
the following, which shall consume section 2 of
article .'of the constitution: Sectioni The supreme
court shall consist of seven Jutice. who shall be
chosen by tho electors of the stale, four of whom
shall constitute a quorum, and the concurrence of
four shall be necessary to every decision of the
court Any elector of the state snail beeleglbleto
le elected or appointed justice of tho supreme
court. The Justice holding the oldest comm'sslon
by virtue of an election shall be the chief justice,
and in case two or more justices shall hold commis
sions by virtue of an election of the same
date, older than the commissions of the other Jus
tices they shall determine by lot who shall be chief
justice. The term of each Justice of the supremo
court shall be sis years, commencing on the w-cond
Jionday in January nest after Ins election. On the
adoption of this amendment the four additional
justices provided for by this amendment shall be
appointed by the governor, and shall hold their
othces until the next general election In 1891. when
their successors shall be elected, one to serve until
the second Monday of January, lsfvt; another to
serve until the second Monday of January. 1S; and
the other two to serve until the second Monday of
January, 1S9S. The members of the supreme court
elected at or prior to the time of Ui adoption of
this amendment shall be justices of the supreme
court under this amendment for tb" pr!od of time for
whk'h thy were elected. After the general election
In 191 one justice of the supreme court shall ba
elected at the general election In erh year except
the year 1ST. aud every six years theraf ter. whn
two justices shall be rit-cted. Th justices of the
supreme court and the judges of the district court
shall a: stated times receive for their services wh
compensation as may be provided by law- Provided,
Sah r-ompn-SAtloa shall not be less than nfteen
hundred dollars to each jasuce of judge each year;
and such justices or Judge 'hall reewve do fee or
perquisites, nor bold any other office of profit or
tru-t. except a judicial oiJtce. under U. authoritr of
the state or the I'nlted States, during the trm of
ofice for which sasd justice or judges shall be
elected, nor practice law Jo anvof th cowls In the
state during their continuance la office
sc. X This proposition shall submitted to toe
electors of this state at the general e Wta for tl
eltvtioa of representatives to the legislatare 1b th
year -V- D. etghten haadred aod r.iaety. for their
approval r rejection. Tho- rming in favor ofthis
proposition to amend the constttutKm shaH hare
writtan or printed on their ballots, -x or th judicial
amendment to the coastttation." Thos-9 voting
against this proposition to mod the contjtutloa
shall have written or pf.nW oo their ballot.
"Against the Judicial amendment to the confuta
tion." Said ballets shall b rsytvl aad Mid vovm
shAll be tafcea. counted, eaavAea, ad returns
thereof mad, in the same tsannr atnl ttt all re
spects v is provided br li in c- o-f the election
of representative in the lrjWatare
Sec. S. TMs woiUon shall tike eSsct sad b in
fore from and after its pabikatwe la the jtatcte
Approved February r-l&
1 ben-qy certify that the frfCng taatrseaad
correct copy of tie ortctn! enrolled reotOofi aw
on Are la my oSce, and that the - tV Cect by
poblkatioa io tfce sistote boot May 3ii. B&9.
K WILLIAM HIGGINS. Scmry of Sute.
Sccj-chiagifor a Ooblnt.
FvenS5Q.Tey ears. ago ibe -British, shi?
irearuent.- 4?fafttrafish3aril5" afterward
a gobiet. xls 'isftras '$Q -ibsHerpi
ziigc osar.fcsgajKEi rfcaiac ot-ujicma.
h "been saaot fr ihe gAlet, vrhich
disappeared irom pufaiicTiew'fieTtral-yeAra
A STAGE STRUCK GIRL.
DisllkiD to. Eetum Homo She Attempts
to Ctfrjimit' Suicide.
She preferreddeath to a pleasant home
and loving .relatives.
For "this reason Ettie Jewett, a very
pretty," girlo" 17, ''attempted suicide in
the Cincinnati police headquarters the
other forentfon. ShehatFM3ecome infatu-
ated with tho stage, and to take up tho
career of an actress rcn away from her
mother's house as Greenburg, Ind. De
tectives located her in an obscure boarding
house, and took her in charge until she
could bo returned to her friends. It was
while awaiting their arrival that she swal
lowed arsenic, but as she took an overdose
her life was saved.
A SUCCESSFUL "BADGER" WORKER.
Tim Oalcs and Ills Gang Despoil Cincin
One of the most despicable forms of crim
inal enterprise which combines large
profits with small risk i3 termed tho
"badger game." It is workedby a hand
some woman and a muscular man. Tho
female decoys some'silly persdh' of wealth
to her den and allows him to feel that she
is not wholly indifferent to his' advances.
But while he is trying by argument and
entreaty to break down the last barriers of
reserve the accomplice rushes in and makes
a terrible scene.
He threatens to slay the "betrayer of me
wife," and treats the couple with such
ness that the ap
woman appeals to
her companion to
me husband kills
us." The victim
gorges all his
cash, and perhaps
signs a note for a large amount, after which
he is allowed to go. As he has been se
lected because of his good repoto in the
community he is only too glad to keep his
shame from public knowledgo by payment
One of the most notorious and success
ful scoundrels in this line of blackmailing
is Tim Oaks, alias Tim tho Badger. Driven
out of tlio far eastern cities some time ago
ho recently began work at Cincinnati with
a gang of female accomplices, and beforo
his operations were stopped had obtained
several thousand dollars from different
people. Oaks,-who is about 40 years of
age, has blue eyes, samry hair and gener
ally wears a light mustache. His record
as a "badger" extends back to 1874.
Allowed Ills Sweetheart to Bo Butchered.
The people of North Carolina are looking
for a fiend named Simon Ward. One Sun
day recently Ward met Mary Sellers and
her promised hu3baud, a young man named
Crawford, near the villngo of Maxton. He
drove Crawford away, talked with the girl
a few moments and on her refusal to com
ply with his request drew a razor from his
pocket and sent the blade deep into her
Miss Sellers fell to the ground. Ward
pounced upon her and began to sever the
Lead from her body. Thia ghastly work he
accomplished, anil picking up the head
with tho blood dripping from it he viewed
it with a fiendish look of delight, then toss
ing it aside he walked leisurely away.
Crawford, who was in hiding near by, was
afraid to make his presence known, and
stood and saw tho woman he expected
soon to make his wife butchered liko a dog.
He rushed off 'and' gavo tho alarm, and
soon a mob was scouring tho woods and
swamps for the mnrdcrcr. So far he has
succeeded in evading capture.
A Centenarian Prisoner Resetted.
The other day an officer arrested on the
streets ot New York city a decrepit and
wrinkled old man who was soliciting aid
from the passers by. In the police court
he said that his name was Vincent Du
ronte. that he was a nativo of Italy, and
that bis age was 103. He gave as an excuse
for begging the statement that his rela-
txres had ceased to szpaart iHo, and that
he wu is daiicrMrf ervioticm frdta the mi- 1
erab! jart2laafc wiere bo aJcirfexor noa
pajTterit of resit. T2io prestag jtstk
exmrcnced-'iilro to a oirortama ofizspriBGzv
ocot, tut before ful eornBri,iie pob
lisiaer cf & New York-p&pwr &tr boad for
tie old rrras sznin tr&&ziaa an&he w e3
at liberty. He -stb bora t 2?W and
bas lired la the UaeSc0Es eleraa jeirji.
A Troper Tlr.
Jaci "vvhci tba two-bcivdd girl froea to
lie beici for a swin, what pbpnlar phraw
TroId jem use wiya'drscribisg her tating
Jfcn r wostld-sar its was taking a dotib!
header. Boston Courier.
The Etmtal Fltaes of Tltliipa.
Pirst Resident I hear we are to ban
four arc lights in town. Where do yoo
fnppcse they will be pet?
Second Bocdeat VTky, opposite tie
hocs6 offha oldest inJbisbitaSite, of conrcl
tP "?-" SC"- tl
3 T -
, V 4
N L A
THE PEOPLED COLinft'.
Your Wants Supplied.
The t ollowisc rates under tlie different beading)
trill be casrgtal
EsTPayable Strictly in AdTance.
No adrorCeciaentB taken for I& taaa 10 cents.
One line advcrtueiaetiUj ciarsousAaio rate ts t wo
Kt)AD"n?nTl5ESIEXTS TAKEN TO RCN' UN
TIL FORBIDDeX ."
Prices gives under ftttSaaeQ fceads la this column
odvwrtlscmcsw tekeovai prices given.
Acowors to ftdvernse-aents- sext to catoo' the
Eagle offics saogJi be dillett. for -within Ifl cays
alter Insertion, wafca tdvcrrlifrs wlsL-rcplys for
warded to tieia Etampe envelopes must t-nt.
Beference to forniar sdverxi5ciit should give
description and diterof. insertion or copy of tho ad-
ertJetnent should tea sent.
Kot responsible t or ndvtrtlscsceats given or dis-conttcn-xl
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Lnder this head 2c per line per dar.
,'ANTED-A GOOD GIKL AT 727 NORTH
Lawrence ave. atw-u
rANTED-A GOOD GIRL-ONE WHO VS
' dertacd. cooking 112 North JIaxket tt. daM
'"ANTED-A GIRlTTmrGENERAl. HOUSE
1 vf ort and washwoman. Call at 1SB N. Wnco
WANTED-A GOOD OIIiL KOR GENERAL
houKeworfc. Applr at il!S N. Topeku. Good
waces to good clrl. None other need apply. Gstf
ANTED- WlTlTB "TTlRL- FOROKNERAL
houuworU. Must bo cood cook. N. Law
rence ave. 8T P
rANTED-A GOOD GIRL. MPST UNDER-
btnna coosms. Apply ii somn jiarkM.
TANTED-A GOOD GIRL A"JL3;t WACO AV.
t enue. Only three in family. ltefcruc re
WANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD STOUT YOl'NO
jrlrl to ko Into a private family in the cowntrv
to learn to do liouyework and attend chol. Gool
liome KUaranteed to the ripht party. Applr ill 413
N. Topvka ave. d-lSr
rANTED-A GOOD GIRL at 1066 North Law
Xa u n dressscs.
Misccllan co us.
TATANTED-LABY OF I1USINESS ABILITY TO
represent a reliable llrm. Guarantee! salary
J15 a week. S hours. Address C, care of LacJ-
SIT UA TIONS FEMA LE.
Under this head lo per line per day.
"V17ANTED-A SITUATION AS NURSE. CAN
come recommended by ?ome of lh first doc
tors of the city. I'rln's reasonable. AddreM 135
fcoutli Ida ave. Sirs. M. II. Hell. B '
M iscella n eous.
Under this Head 2c per line per day.
WANTED MALE HELP.
Under UiU head Ic per line per day.
W" ANTED-TWO GOOD GENERAL WORK
men harness makers at 2Se N. 31aiut. W c.
TAANTED-IMMEDIATELY ONEEIRSTf LASS
Iwrber. t all o or addre ilonarch llttlwr
fihop, 211 N. Jlaiu.
YirANTED-AFIYST-CI.ASS WHITE UAHH1.R
l none but a Kilter man bwkI apply. A cood.
hteady job for the right man, A MOk'le man pr
fered. Chei. Deau, elllnn Kan. !
V WANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD RARHER.
(whitei. Wages f 12 per week. No sxmOay
work. Address Jolm 1ohrer, iledtetne lnlce. Kao.
-VANTKD-TWENTY COOI'ERS TO lAKE
V lard tierces; bct prfc, H"d Mock. teady
employmect. J. Jl. Mooro As Co., Wichita, Kan.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
31 iscealla n eous.
SITU A TIONS-MALE.
Under this head lc per line per d.r.
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
WANTED-A SITUATION AS TEAMSTER.
V Enquire bt tLiji office or at &JJ S. Emporia.
Under this head Se per Hue pr day.
Lnder this head 2c per Roe pr day.
W ANTED AOENTS-IN ENERY C ITV.TOWN
acd tUUz la lk Lnlt4 fKU iwieQt to
ftate of Kaaa to Uk imbcnpUoi: l'sUn.tr
can make xaotiey No capital rwrd. Stwpjv
ceple free. Ch.toitiu. Jwmev eaa hem4
by gotllng np ciub. Addrws the Wn4iii fcaM.
Wichita, Kan :'-f
WA NTEDM ISCELLA NEO I 'S
'-ANTEn-BUYERS FOR THE KINEHT CAH-
n is- la tl rstT at x;wvp'Mna v. rru.-
Repository- 3si. Z.a Mala. a-u
"ANTED--TO TRADE A fIKXERINO HKT-
rar: alo beaoUfn: r-loor ao4 two ltt ta AtsJCfc. J
Harper county. Kan. Krntnd lor caah rmu Up-m-4
tun WorJiiW ic ortz-f; '-v ior
rart or notlc&A.
AsUtre Mm Mopie
TTTANTED-PER'-ONAL SMrT.t. or A.
VY ezprten-4 DO-4ne n OT "HIW Wttfc
JXG to tun to lnet, tX'X7ear to tlM nsrnt p"r
sou. Addre. Y . care Eati.
AN TED-BETTER TU AH A IEWWOJ-A
trswortl;y MtM wwuoa w enr ct.y.
T...jr' awl urwasoip mi Rw- w VT- "
i'eru:.-r4. Aodrsas A. lock box k VTJejBta.
'ANTED - TO RENT IXXEBIATELT SIX.
room atme ana oam i"i to itn.
id depot, w M. Lran. mi K. 1m ae.
ANTED-TO ?ELU OR TRADE OWE FIRST
r u tatrior oraa one rti frost bwrttowe
art4 4ek. 09 actione tk ''iai M. faife'7 l"A.
p-.i)'-. 'isilt. aiso lot C 4tH. fUiri. pt
tores. brarkst. etr Wtn e ery low for cask or
w.1. traoe for vA aorv. m2J bmK tU
at room 1etrwr btfcci. K t
XXTAVTED- TO EITHAOE CAH AXD
T rwr property for Sre tvwed ostcaze. W J.
Bkltu. 1 S. Hxetnt ss. Mtrit
II'AVTED-I WANT TO LEASE A HOCSE Or
serea or asore rooaw for yr Vi'tU
rare tor tke roverty tcb fe ei y ww. 11
max b-tea 4lraalr WOob. if. J. Faaaiac
roots fr5s4rwkrebck tBftf
'ANTED-CLERKS. BOOK EEr-PER. STEN
1 omttoer aa4 U4-roh SFrcratora. vr VMrT
;?sons was -wisa to taae tawwijsjty sai
ft ti b VrvMie. to eafi at tb Mtwicra
Bfuttitv roOejre. OKrzt Doaslaj fc4 Toxica aes
sv. ViTeotta. Kaa. Ii U
A NTED-POSrTION A TZL&OtULTH OPEK
itor br saaa of aa.e tiw it-etes sad
'jeiair wtca roatta ar !. uUrr -. A4-
irea H. H. H . rara E? o5s. 3-
Cadcr ita bA Je trt Me s-r r-
TTORSALF. A GOOD tr,-mr,i i
t( ItvVilfMMi -smi torfl uiinv
TsTANTElV-A XlLUJnntT nTOITSALJI 1
II at a IMTZSJ. r. J. sausain.. - 'Tar-TT
TAiTTE- BMiCIRT SWW WI &5
C-S.?. Vf. J. sxeaws.-.. i -
THE BEOPLE'S COLlfM.
Your Wants Supplied;
FOR SALE-ONE DOUBLE BARRELED SHOT?
.. ifS? ? JToefces-er rifle, cheap. Also
household furniture for tal. 3W East Thin! ttreet,
TVJR SALE-TIN FRUIT CANS AT WHOLI
A saleat JlllE.lonsUs RlfoACtx d0-22t
T'"" WENTY-FI VE-CENTS-AlUNDREDrA"?
this oCce, old papers taltahla for sackt? puU
Has under carpetx. etc dl7 U
FOR SALE SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HND
writers' note books, blank receipts and not
boot and lesal blanks ot every kind. Vlall orders
promptly attended to. Call on or apdre&s the Wtahr
ta Eisle, Wichita. Kaa. ll8ot
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME LmiCGRAPIE
map cf thedtyof Wlcitta;clTcaiaof urevto,
pnbUc bnlWiat. coUejre. parks, etc.. sfate Uxli arr
linen paper, price i cents each; 3 for 10 rente ii
cents a dozen. Address tho Wkhlta Eacla, WlcMU,
kinds of le-al blanks blank recelnt books, cots
books, etc, at the Wichita Eacle office. Orders by
mall promptly attended to. dK?-tC
FOR SALE Cattle
EOR SALE-ONE FRESH HEREFORD COW
and calf: calf a week Old. ifc L'kldAat
centle and a flrt-cl. milker. Alw two thorouca
oretl Jersey calves, one heifer one taaolh oM, soIKI
bnwn color and feeds Itself. lMoa rraseanbl.
Inquire at No. 2S1 North ilerMUnavo, West Sldev
near Watch factory. de6-fil
jv' rJ native feedlnc steers, two years old;
M earlinc. 03 half breel twos, JO ycArtUiss. alt aea
city. Will seiu-heap for cash, ur six month Ura
with cl eecurtiy. one-third CAsh. Alo 3,ttO J aa4
-yar-oW halt breed steers la Chroke rtrlp pasu
ure. one-thlrtl cah, bnlnaceslz montM time En
quire on EklrWje .s Caiapt-eU. stock yard. St it
Under this head 3c per Rao per day
T OST - SOMEWHERE BETWEEN LRwM
J -J and corner First and 3iln stret a sMd ckt
watch. Eaitfa ca.'n No. &4,S&c No. of morwooal
20CJSII. FlHder v 111 Inane any luforaiatlan nt Super
luteodent i'eooe's oHJce. dW-J
LOST-A HEAVY GOLD RAND RING. EN
craved Inside the Initials R. tl. D. and several
dates; on the outside ha a narrow cold bar ranBtaz
part way aronnd In the canter of m rtaf eJoo n
small ircM ball on outside, lluder p(eaM teawe 1 at
Eacle otllce and et reward. dAMf
J- OST OlT STOTEN-FMoIlRNOLDI.ivC
J ery barn July 31, one English mastiff oe year
out. tan colored, blsck nose, crook In ttault. ub
eral reward will be p.ild if delivered to E. l Pow
ers at Fourth Natloual bank. dftM
Under this head 2c per Un per day.
WA NT ED Horses an d Veh icles.
XrANTED-TEAM OF WORK HORSES WANT-
ed wrlchlui; about ZM jM-aad. Mtut bo
cheap. Call at room 3, over IWN. Main sL tU
rT7"ANTED-TO BUY A lRGK, ItANnSV
V V bi k hormi r hire a rood dnvr twe a month.
II. C. Dunbar, undertaker. 334 N. Main. Ut
Under this head 3c per Una per tar.
FOR SALE Horses and I'ehicles
l Brier this bead Zc per line jur day.
A CsXkl btircy horse. lixiHira at Kaela CnHctj
Noork, or'.u."s. Jiaiu.
17OR SALE-TEN 1IE.VD DRAFT MAXEH
A1 weienlftK 'rum WO to W) pmtm, at tow prtce
itr will exchange for yearllttf steer. Ornf pre-..
Kingman. Kau. m i
J70R SALE- PHAETON. OK GOOD MANf
facture. In fulr cntHtRJtvn; or will trae foe
ututxi. aiMl pay rah iltCemaco If rqlrt. AMI
1 N- MarkMt St, nMMH I eCAU Soar. d B-ftt
170R SALK-A GOOD FAMILY HORK ANtl
I pburton bvsiry. IbiulroofU. V,Jiiw, luutttr
FOR SALE City Real Estate.
Under this bead tc per line per day.
FOR RENT Houses.
I'mler Into head 3e per Roe per "tay
S FOR RENT -A NICE FIVfC ROOM OOTTAOK
1 four block soMth on lAvrfesc ave. ww
hnrn. rity wtT. etc. lnqKtruuf Ckaa, K. Frank at
Fourth Nath-aal ImuW. cMa.it
flrPOR REST- ELEGANT HOt'SK ON COI
SS. R'R lwo btrk frew street carv FHr-m-sbettur
unfomlobMl. Apply to Lewis It Mw
man. IM Firs fHWlcwk-k hlok.
Mtr Ul-vr a TltUUU ItftfW t'iiw . Ill IU I
N. Topeka. ItMioira at Hit) N. Uwimm A -
.TrFOR RENT -13 ROOM HOUhRSU N. MAK-
W ket st.. close In and well attatMott fwr b-winihkji
l. 1. Spencer. W N. Markat. tf
f"k FOR RENT-HOUSE OF 8 OR 9 ROOMS OM
Q"u N. Iwreaceav. Inquire Jul K. Third .
StriW. REST 7.IMKMIorlK,"ii WATEfi
Srt M . laree. shad) yard. Ilk T-rMs bMaMrMt
east corker Fii-l mo.I (iroe. 4, -nj an C
leee Kill. .KWIK DfMiflan, 111 nnfurnleked, lit fr
nlsbrsl. A. A Hyde. liydeA RMtbis i W
T'ORll ENT -Rooms.
Under this head So pr Mneiwr 4iy.
1OR RENT-A " HANIWOMKLY " KUItKwiljK?
' front mm with bawd. Apply at IS1 NrWi To
17OR REST NK B. CLEAN. AIRY TMiONT
JP rfs"n. with itMxleru eBTenle aH law
rent-teteaWlrkW IMm&M av. upposlis tko
Manhatlau hotL Kftqnlra uf Dr. FttrAw t tht
ITUtRKNT A VICRY OtOIHAIiLR
? erf tvttm, K 304 Nrtl Em-Mtrta.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Coder ! bl r pet line pr tar.
OR RBHT-A rtH UARM "UI rAtsLK FOK
ne or two hr" atjd bocrr ttt fett-T wifM
eiir-a to Main st. Call al r aodr III 31. Wit
Under this he" d Je pr H per 4r.
Utrfor this beul V per Ha per sy.
Ot'RMTI'RiC LOAN, ATT1J6 IX)At HCT
V ey loao-lio1:t-Mterj'talc by K UA
ima. vrmt steord crweary. comer Firnt al May
ONEY TO LOAX -WK WIUL UlAJ TOU
Money on Ion r snort m on Isnsk- or -Rr
prop-ny. al on hwi-. ttl. kul loy'fMiil
-K.TOXr.r LOANED OM HOtMfiR. -tOOOIaM
ill cow, utaoo. h aenalil IiKititor-
fcMffbt. If jmt want n -non-4
eoow and . YV T. Ikaab U U .1 M
M ISCELLA NEO US.
1 aoer UM b(w4 lc per "'
Dm L WC rtmoWAL riUA TMK
! rrsicheenv-ly..dl-otiy Um J-MO-
-tr-Ml -yatojM aod po-uo)T '- eipre-o L
wrraid to protnov pMnwtpt.Mh-a.
Tb-ipai-iriK-t4-t V. tk- 9t?r
MB Kaot lXMKfUt, WKnlU. Kan , fr M4
It MS laoatt lyr
LAblEtf OF WICHITA AiTt
nsatsa. OBI and S tooMer wtU s4t
call '-a xrs 1
P ilik.i mm r aiail Mee w..
ja aud tby wi U aoMMBoa4 ta ttuH .
r " rrr a-Teaolb barn. J&r wn"
j rr M or- r ro-i V .a "-
er (fWtw wlU eU for aa4 rWJW or
jway win oe tM to aay caorzea. t Cy. "Mt
MAVurAC-n ntjto catjiaa rn ftttt
cboap lor om I wflj -H at -so
oatat foe naan? nrtortec tt WfcM
taMtka oaataat Ta- o
Tnts4 ae4 'aobarta.. Is OH . 1 aai l-
Imf n f.Tr Sao wn fey Jm ttmi m w m -st -wr.
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