Tb WflLitMlz gaffs lgU: Mw&m Wowing, gatoitst 17, 1890.
Eecelpts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours-120
cattle, 1,1 lO hogs, and 26 mules. Ship
ments 26 mules. Recepts for the Week
1,568 cattle, 8,864 hogs, 44 horses and
The cattle receipts for the week show
quite a falling off from last week. There
has been a good demand for good butcher
grades all through, also a good inquiry for
native stock steers but there has been a
very limited supply of both on sale here.
There is a much better feeling in the cat
tle trade, and prices on good stuff has ad
vanced 20 to 40 cents. Medium grades are
also firm and higher. Nearly all the de
sirable cattle which were at the yards to
day came in about 6 o'clock and was, there
fore, to late for the market as the buyers
had all gone home. They will find a good
market Monday morning. The buyers are
all wanting cattle, as the supply has run
very short during the past few days. 1 he
feeling was strong here at the close. Chi
cago market stronger. Kansas City
Texans and beeves 10 cents higher.
The sunply was fair for closing day.
About one-third of the hogs which should
have arrived from the southwest about 2
o'clock did not reach the yards until 6
o'clock, and were therefore too late for to
day's market, and the shippers who came
along with their stock were very much
disatisfied at the slow time, and seeming
unnecessary delays along the road. The
market was active to the extent o the
supply and was really about 2K cents
higher than yesterday, quality, which was
hardly as good, considered. The local
packers took all the offerings except a few
pigs. Heavy smooth hogs sold well at
about same price as good packing grades.
Pigs and singers $2.60 to 2.70. The close
was strong. Kansas City quoted mediums
B cents lower and pigs 10 cents lower at
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Kan.. August 15.
Vprr llttl doing In thecattlo pens today for the
wanto "the riclit kind of stuff. wuich.dld not arrive
tintll 1 too late for the market. There s a much bet
ter feelinirou all grades of cattle, and mos-t grades
are hlKl er. Good demand for good to choice butcher
cows and heifers. al.-o native stock steers. Some
Inquiry for stock bulls.
NaUre shipping steers, good to extra.. -53 25 5 75
Good to extra native butcher steers, lOJUS .m
TYOlliK (O d-iW
Native feeding steers - ; (
KatiTebtockers J &
Choice cows and heifers... - M '-
Fairtocood cows and heifers I i W
P.ullsandstacs ; "".
Fatyearllns 2 f 0 2 -W
Good yearllncs gjf $
Canners JJ? i ,
Poorer srndes and scalla wags - -i
Veal calves, per head M ' w
The supply was quite liberal but only about two
thirds of ltarried in season for todays market.
The local puckers would gladly have taken every
lioc had thev arrived in season. Tho market was
active and strong- The receipts Tor tho week were
tnore than UJUO less tlian lust week.
The following are tho representative sales of hozs
rt the yards todav:
Very fewsheep being offered. Prices steany at
Good mutton sheep. 80100 -5514 2?
Good stock ewes 75&80.... 2o.i M
Good stock, wethers. "frSSa UJ
Good to extra lambs lls M
Light run of stock.
Hogs active and firm.
Six carloads of stock arrived too late for
Wliittaker & Dold purchased most of
the hogs today.
James Kinney has gone to Kansas City
to remain over Sunday with his family,
Hog purchases today: "Wliittaker, 454;
Dold, 204; total number weighed up, 721.
Nat Houston has been in Butley county
during the week buying stock sheep and
fchipping them to Kentucky.
Blakeniau & Hearne, Leon, had a car of
hogs on the market.
H. B. Craig, Atlanta, came in with a car
of mixed stock.
M. 13. Caton, Peabody, was on the mar
ket with a car of hogs.
George Houscr sent in a car of hogs from
Cowherd & Dyer, Caldwell, had in a car
Tom Alexander came in from Conway
Springs with two cars of cattle.
W. G. Arnctt sent in a car of hogs from
.1. B. Kell. Clearwater, had a car of hogs
on tho market.
P. Sparks, Norwich, sent in a car of hogs.
Chas. Dorscy, "Wellington, came in late
with a car of hogs.
George Friend, Cicero, was in with a car
of mixed stock.
Deweese & Xunn. Mayfleld, had two
cars of cattle and hogs at, the yards.
,T. Grimsley came in from Viola with a
car of mixed stock.
G. C. Stayton, of Viols & Stayton, Milan,
was at the yards with a car of hogs.
LITE STOCK MARKET.
St. LoriP. Mo- August 16. CATTLE. Receipts.
prui; shipments 32M. Market active at the advance.
Native steer 4 0(124 JO. stockers and feeders. J2 20
gS ; Texan and Indiaus f2 403 70. HOUS
- R.-ceipts. l.VW. siUpiiKMi';-. SHX). .Market shade
higher: heavy $S 6&SS 82i: packing fS 71:J H.
lisht. Jair to lie-t. ; 7.V8.1 A). SHEEP Keceipis
1X0. hlpmeuts iW. Jlarket firm. Fair to choice
$4 H0S5 10.
Kansas CiTr. Mo.. August 16-CATTLE-Receipts
f300. shipments :U. Market 10c higher, active.
Fleers fc?25i;i4 iy: cows $1 S08 (tt stooker and feel
frs $2 ivS(.o &. range steer 2 15.2tU; range cows,
fl.V32S0. HOG-Recclpts 7.'.4fc slilniuents 2750.
Market steady to 10c higher: bulk $8 CSmSTG; all
trades. J." olK--! Hi SHEEP Receipts 7tS; ship
ments 22U. Market eteadv. Lambs : 50-4 4 2S; good
to choice muttons $3 75S4 25. Stockers and feeders
f 3 003 25.
Chicago. 111.. Aucust 16. The Drovers' Journal
reports: CATTLF -Receipt. 501 sliipinent ia0.
Slarket stewdv. Beeves $4 7t5 Vt teer S3
( tl); stockers an.t reeuers $2 103 at cw. bulls
awl mixetl $1 5ftS 30: Texas cattle SI WS 30
vtern Texans $2 lV4 (fl. HOGS-Receipts. I8,i0,
ihipments 4.VXJ. Market closed oay. Mixed .. To
E3 ; heavv $3 40(44 fth light. $3 3S&4 20. skjps $2 40
US W. SHtEP-Kecejpts.ntt shipments SO. Mar.
Ut steHlv. Natives $4 i(U4 x: western 3 504 4ft
Texans t3 004 CO; lambs $3 056 ft).
Wichita Graiii Market.
Wichita. Kan, August 16.
Wheat-Receirts for the week 3S.940 bu. The re
reipts were not as large by some S.UI bu. as last week
as runners i-eem inclined to hold their wheat on an
advancing market. Prices show an aduico ol flvo
lointsover oIomiic day last week on soft milling
grade. Themarket is active and firm.
lorn Receipts fr the ween 13.S30 bu.. which is
somv SCOu bu. short of lat week's suprly. Ihere
l-eems to be a great deal of old corn in ihe country
lHtffarnier-sewn inclined to hoMon to It. There
was a stronger feeling on todays market.
Oats- Receipts for the week 70X1 Im. The supply
w. the smaller for several weeks. Market active
end prices strong at quotations.
GRAIN Car lots on tracK:
WHEAT-Oood mtlllnc, oM and new, soft, SS;
hard 7f76:otlier grades. TSc and down.
CORN No - or better 40c. white 4lc
RYE No 3. or better S5e.
HA Y 54 SO per ton in car lot.
GROUND COKN-Ohop la car lots 75c per 103 lbi
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
"cw York Money.
Nkw York. August 16.
Uwev on CAH rf ranciRC froai 4 to 4H per
rMTlt Joan 4.cloed offered at 1.
Prime mercantile paperJW
Sterling exchange quiet but steady at H Etjg for
60 daj bills and tl S7& for demand.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. 111., August 16Wheat Trading was
large and the market again excited within a high
range of prices. Feeling decidedly unsettled.
Closed higher for September and 1H cents higher
for December than closing figures yesterday.
Corn Corn was fairly active and firmer, and
closed with a gain for the day of c
OatsOats were active and higher.
Mess Pork Moderately active; closed steady.
Lard Active and firm. ,
Short-rlbs Sides-Active; closed comparatively
The leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT August $1 02-H, September tl 03& Dec
ember HOD'A- t .,, ....
CORN August 49Kc. September iOfic. May &$ic
OATS August. 37. September 37Kc. May 40Hc
PORK September U 45; October til 00; January
LARD September ?6 25; October $010, January
f 6 S2&.
SHORT RIBS September ?5 40; October 5 57H;
January $5 tr.'H.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Steady, unchanged,
WHEAT No 1 spring, 102c; red, lOSJfc
CORN No. 3. 49Hc
BARLEY Nominal, 70372c
TIMOTHY Prime $1 43.
PORK-tll 2511 50.
SHORT R IBS-Sides $5 35.
SHOULDERS-Dry salted 5 755 87J4
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-J5 75S5 SO.
WHISKY $1 li
SUGAR-Cut loaf 7JS7&c; granulated 6?fc; stand
ard A 6-Jfc.
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 73.000 6S.000
Corn ar.009 47.000
Oats 3S7.OJ0 SOjUKiO
BUTTER-Steady. Fancy separator 2(s20c.
fine ISffilOc fine creamery,12JHc good 1210c,flnest
diary, 10312c. tine &&9c,
Kansas city Produce.
Kansas Citv, Mo.. August 16.
Th8 Dnilv Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX. 65c; XXX 75c: family $1 05; choice
f 1 40: fancy U 70; extra lancy $1 S01 85- pateut
$2 10a 2 lb.
WHEAT Higher. No. 2 hard cash 93c; August
93; No. 2 red cash 37Hc.
CORN Steady. No. 2 cash 46c; August 46c.
OATS Easier. No. 2 cash 35Wc: August SGJXc.
HYE Higher. No 2 cash 63c; August 6Sc.
BUTTER Higher; creamery fancy 12l.c;
dairy 1015c. store packed 312c
EGGS Steady at 12c.
HAY Lower. Fancy prairie t6 507 00. good to
choice $5 OOftG 00.
LEAD-Qulet. soft Missouri and common 13 6o.
refined ?3 70.
FLAXSEED-H 25. , A
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins lOIlc; West
ern SV.tc. Young America 10g.llc. skimmed 15.
LIVE POULTRY Firm, good demand. Choico
hens $?, 0033 25; small fat $2 S03 75; roosters J3 0J
2 50. spring chickens Jl 252 00.
DRIED BEEF-J7 50.
DRIED SALT MEATS Short clear slde3 $6 00;
dry lone clear 6 0); shoulders fa 50.
SMOKED MEATS Long clear Vi0, snouldera
0 00: short clear sides $6 j0.
PORK-f 13 oa
LAUD-Kellned. $7 25.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Lodis. Mo.. August 16.
WHEAT Higher, Cash S7J6C September 100c,
December 10j. .
CORN Higher. Cash 40c, September 4.c, Octo-
OATS Higher. Cash 39c bid; September SSJc;
PORK-Firm. cash $11 5011 75.
LAItD-Firm; Butchers' steam $5 75fi 00.
FLOUR Active and higher. Choice J.". 25(33 40,
fancv 4 00i 20. fancy extra $4 COa 70, patent
$5 (X)5 15.
RYE No. 3 cash, 62c.
CORNMEAL Active; cash $2 50.
HAY Slow, easy. Timothy $10 0012 50; prairie
choice to fancy 9 5010 00.
BUTTER Choice higher. Choico creamery 14
16c; Elgin 1920c; choice dairy, 13&14c.
LEAD-Higher. $4 45.
BRaN Lower, sacked 75a7Cc.
FLAXSEED Lowen cash and August $134.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Thos. C. Wilson. Jos. A. Brubacher.
WILSON a BBTJBACHEIt,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOS-tf
W. P. Campuell. Jas. I.. Dyer.
Attorneys at Law. Wicqita, Kan. 103tf
H. C. Slcss. w. E. Stanley.
SL JJSS & STAXLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, ITairis & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J. R. Hallowell,
Late U. S. Attorney.
J. E. Hume.
HALLO WELL & TLTJME.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita. Kansas.
A. P. noniiBAucn. vr. H. Radch.
BOlUtBAUGII & BA.UCII,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections mado anywhere in the United States and
Canada. No. 147 Main St., Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N. Main St., Wichita,
JOHN "W. AOAMS. d. W- ADAMS.
AJJAMS 0 ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway cast of tha
WichitaNational Bank. 116-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. I.
Specialties Diseases of tha
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting glasses.
Offlco 127 N. Market itreet,
Israel A Myers block.
DR. C. C. FUBLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
31 East Douglas Ave.
IS North Market Street.
Professional Cftlls Attended Promptly,
DB. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseases' sprecialty. Horn
for ladles during, confinement. Strictly private
ThMsodeslFed. Otters of Inquiry confl5eatlal
i aoswered Immediate v on receipt of same.
Home, 711 South Ida avc. S IchlU. Kan. Ha-M
E. Y. MUXSELL, M. D.
Medical and surgical dis
eases of Eve. Ear. Noe. and
Throat. Removal of facial
and other blemishes; and flt-t-'ng
Ofllce and residence. 1200
South Emporia. tA-xt
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hour 9 to 10 a, m, 1 Jo 4 p. m. Sunday. 9 to
10:3aa. m. Room IS. Fechheimer Building.
DR. J. JACOB STOXER,
Makes a specialty of chlldrens' diseases, eye ear
and throat, ii . ith general pracUce. Physician to the
Cht!dren' Home. ,... ,
Ofllce over 143 N Main. Offlce hours-10 to 12 .vm.
Has onentl offices over 126 North Main street. Wich
ita. With the practice of general medicine and sur
cerv Dr. Jennings will combine special wor on tho
Eve. Ear. No ami Throat. Alo, the proper ad
Kustmnt of glasses. OCloe hours 5 to 11 a. m.: 3 to s
p. m. residence. 333 Waco avenue. D-ts.
DR. I. C. WILSOX.
Dentist. All work guaranteed first-class. Offlce
IIS Easi Douglas aveaue ovtr Paul Jones iU-
drug store, WicAlta. Kansas. -tf
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
rte-tist Office 144 ". Main over Smith A Stover's.
VitiUiedalr administered. Residence Go J. . To
peka avenue, Wichita. Kans. Sl-tf
Full sets of teth. $5. VS. and JIG:
Good Fillings, Jl. and up; Mler, 75c;
Extracting wth. cociiae, 50c. Wc
B O YD'S DEXTJ L RO OMS.
DR. T. F. ROVD. DR. J. A. HOLLENBERCER
113 East Douglas Avenue. -tf
D. V. SMITH.
DenUst. Room 406 Sedgwick bslldlng, Wfcbiti,
W. C. CAMPBELL.
GRAIN & PROVISION BROKERS.
Correspondents Adams & Samuel, Chicago.
Grain and Provisions bought and sold on margins on Chicago market. Main
office Kansas City, Mo., and Citizens' Bank Building, cor. Douglas
and Main Street, Wichita, Kan. Telephone SO.
C. W. SAMUEL, Manager "Wichita Offlce.
Prompt attention to all business and orders placed through our office.
J. O. DATTDSOW, Pre. C. A. "V7AXSCXB, V. P.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, . - $ 600,000
STOCKH'D'RS' LIABILITT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of sat Bans la the Stat
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS RAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOB BOYS.
SALIVA .... KANSAS.
Address for Catalogue,
Rev. E. JP. Chittenden. Rector.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per annum, $131. Addres.
Sister Superior. Sisters of Charity, B. V. M. 105-tf
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and styles
He also carries the llnest assortment of picture
frames in the city. Give him a Iriendly call and
PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary Collese,
members of the Chicago Veterinary Colleso Asso
ciation. Wo arc prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or niuht. We use an operating table
instead of throwing horses.
Ollice, 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
A. J. APP LEGATE.
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstracter. Conveyancer & Notary Public.
Fine draushtlnr a specialty.
to any laud in Sedgwick county.
uoora zit, at-uB-
wick block. Can be found during business hours at
rounty IralldinK. iu-u
C. W. TERRY,
Atdtttect and Superintendent. Rooms 16 and 1"
Bitting block. "Wichita, Kansas
W. R. McPHERSOX,
Architect. Room 18, No. 200 North Main Street.
Wichita. Kansas. "'-"
W. T. PKOUDFOOT. - w- BIRD.
PROUDFOOT cC BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Offlce In Fech-
REAL ESTATE AGEXTS
FRKD W. ISRA EL, K. C- ISRAEL
HEAL ESTATE AXD KE'TS.
To liuv Wichita city property and Sedgwick county
farms at present prices means large returns on your
monev, Wichita, with her stock and other indus
tries, is just in her infancy, and such bargains as we
can now oiler were never offered before. A word
to the shrewd investor is sumcient. If you wish to
buy vou will save money by listing your wants with
us. Tho Wichita, interests of non-residents proper
ly and promptlv cared for. Offlce second floor Is
rael Building, 125 North Market.
Reference-Wichita National Bank or your W ich
lta acquaintances. atto-tr
Three hours the quickest to St- Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
To Stock Shippers.
To better accommodate shippers who
consisn to the "Wichita market the Atchi
son, Topeka & Santa Fe have arranged for
a train leaving Arkansas City at 7:3o p. m.
arriving at Wichita about midnight. This
train will connect at Winlield, taking stock
from Southern Kansas railway, and at
South "VVintield from the Florence branch
and at Mulvane from El Dorado branch.
Arrangements are also made for morning
train leaving Xewton at about 5 a. in. and
arriving in Wichita at about 8 a. m. This
arrangement will last through the heated
term and enable shippers to get their stock
tO tUe LU1UU diUCIv Jiuuj ill J?" w.vw..
36 tf E. H. Davis, P. F. Agent.
No change of cars of any kind between
Wichita and St. Louis via the "New Mis
souri Pacific short line." doS tf
A handsome lithograph map of the city,
showing all the streets and location of the
public buildings, etc., for sale at this
Old papors for sale at this office 25 cent
per hundred. 23ti
To Colorado and Utah Points Via the Missouri
Pacific Railway Cheap Rates.
If vou are goinc to the mountains of
Colorado or California take the popular
Missouri Pacific fast line and travel at the
rate of fifty miles an hour in elegant re
clining chair cars or Pullman palace buf
fett sleeping cars. No dust or cinders on
this line. It is the shortest line to all Col
orado points and makes the fastest time.
Express train leaves Wichita every evening
at 5:30, landing you at Pueblo, Colorado
Springs or Denver next forenoon. Pueblo
for breakfast. City ticket office 137 North
Main street. Depot corner Second and
Wichita. 39 tf
The Santa Fe is the short line to Pneblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver. Note the
time: Leave Wichita 4:10 p. m., arrive
Pueblo 6:35 a. m.. arrive Colorado Springs
7:40a. m., arrive Dener 10:30a.m. Through
Pullman chair car and dining car service.
Jest cpleted tad fer ! at this Sc necA'S
oTTcxcit.-i Ability." for cs by SvperlaUsaactt
ari Principals ot COMMON. CITT .d SHADED
SCHOOLS. Ca t -asei to lay city. The book
t)l .ccttTta!ent t: tocsrrj ia the poc'kii. Bso4
la Cloth. i0cu; Flei.V.s Br-ck.$10Q. Sent by mail
to 1st address apes receipt of 54 cesu for doth sd
$1 OT for CenbU blsdinc Order tj ev&U sulU wUJ
rtcclvt presip: at:n::o:u Addrnc
THL' WICHITA EAGLE.
ELDRIDGE ft CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE-Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank, Kansas Nat'I Baat.
R. VT. ELDRIDGE.
Special information by Wire Free on Application.
LIVE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MERCHANTS
& CO ,
MISSOURI PACIFIC K. R.
i ARRIVE LEAVE
Fort Scott. Kansas City, St.
Louis and eastern ex
Fort Scott, Kansas City, St.
Louis and eastern ex
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiowa ex
Hutchinson, Sterling and
Genes eo passenger.
Hutch., Kanapolis. Pueblo
and Denver ex
AH trains run dally.
815 P U
Depot Second and Wicnlta streets; ticket office VS
North Main street. E. E. Bleckley.
Paenger and Ticket Agent.
NEW TIME TABLE CHICAGO. ROCK 1SLA.XD fc
("Great Rock Island Route.")
In effect on and after July 6. ISM.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
GOING XOItTII AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
nnH Phifvifn Thrnnn-h
f CO A 11
Mailand ex.daily MAM
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
daily except Sunday. llooAM
No3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily .. .. 6o3AM
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail!
andcx. daily 725pm
No. 61 Accommodation, dailyi
except Sunday ' 200PM
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 rate. City
ticket offlce 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 199.
C. A. Rutrerford, Tloket Agent.
Jno. Sebastian. G. t. a- p. a.. Chicago, 111.
st. louis a San francisco h. r.
TRAINS. I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass (to EUs-l t
worth) T25AM AM
Going west, pass, (stops at
Rurrton) 450PM 4SaPM
Going East, passenger. SOI am 90a am
Going East, passenger IOooPM 1040pm
Going East 225PM
Going West to Rurrton J27PM
City Union Ticket ofllce. 122 North Main street.
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA & WESTERN R. R.
j ARRIVE LEAVE
Going West, pass, (dally)..
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going East, freight
8 05 A M
D. II. RHODES, Freight & Pass. Agt. 122 N. Main
Supt., cor. 4th and. Douglas,
rnion Ticket ofllce 122 North Main street, and at
Uuion Depot, Douglas avenue, W. D. Murdoch:.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE R. It.
ARRIVE I LEAVE
NORTH AND EAST.
Denverexpress 405pm 410pm
Eastern express 12?5p.m 1240pm
Colorado and California ex
press 400pm 410pm
Chicago express 150pm 9C0pm
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma A-Panhandle ex 740 am 740 am
Texas Express 4 0."PM 4 10PM
Caldwell Express 70UPM 7C0PM
Citv Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, and
Union Depot, Dugias avenue.
t ttHoinvi rVTKoON.
The Kev. J. W. Arnoy Is a Unlfine Fig
ure in tho Sporting Vorld.
A preacher in a sulky driving a horse at
a horse raca gotten up by himself and
pocketing the gate, grand stand and entry
fees to help out his Mothodlst salaryis a
decidedly unique figure in the person of
Ecv. J. W. Arney, -of Saranac, Mich. His
bills and circulars signed with his rever
end title caused consternation not only
nmnntr the strict members of his local
church, but sent a thrill of horror among
all the deacons in his conference.
He comes from an ancestry of Metho
dists extending back three generations,
part of which had as peculiar tendencies
as have developed in his case. He has two
children, both of whom play violins in
church, and their father accompanies them
on a violoncello between his regular pulpit
duties, and the quartet is made complete
byhiswifo at tho organ. The parson in
writing about thi3 feature says it is moro
enjoyed because of its uniqueness and nov
elty than because of its skill. He soys that
a superstition exists that any pastor who
allows the fiddle in church in possessed of
the devil and bis deacons are 6ure he has a
whole flock, because he owns three trot
ters, drives them fast and preaches that it
Is no sin even for a preacher not to want
to take everybody's dust.
Tho best horso for circuit riding and
making pastoral calls is the one that gets
you there tho quickest, he says, and the
nearer it comes to being a trotter with a
record the more nearly it becomes ortho-
KEV. J. "W. ARNEY.
dox. H has three horses that go La better
than, three minutes, and one which he has
succeeded in srettinc a record of 3:40 with.
He says he buys horses to trade, breed and
sell, and docs it for amassment, dthongh
some of his members belloTo he is las
piocs for doing so. "Is's both profitable
and pleasant and helps out my salary ,"
says the sporting pastor.
He proposes to give monthly races dur
ing the season. H "von tvo sx his first
one, and his gate receipts were fairly large.
He sat in the sulky Uie a jockey, grew
very excited as tee horsea came tinder tha
wire, and seemed to forget his pions call
ing. Rev. Mr. Arney is 93 7ars old, is a
colleso man and has been in the ministry
ten vears. His races exo open to the "world,
but he announco thai bis track, which ha
has leased for the season, is not as fast as
ha xrould like to have it. All nxes, his
drcnlarsays, will be conducted "sqtraraly,"
as far as he is able to coatroL and he hopes
that men will not wager money on the re
sults. He guarantees that the judge vUl
be competent and juet
A recent invention conssts at a fiinder
for street milvay cars run by electricity.
It preis a jflarfona e&acioas ezonsfh to
recetTB a Ticdm so nfcrtnTiate as to be
eatigfct upon he jyecjrbsisre a car. A: a
slope befpnjit'is a hs&TF foar jily rubber
heltins. piicbja ecocgh pa&5v- paring
stosa and Eioilar objecta, but rofSaistly
rigid to provectazt K3 er Itz frcm &ns
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it "a u
Af L A t
THE PEOPLE'S G0LUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
The following rates under the different headings
will be charged.
"Payable Strictly in Advance.
No advertisementa tatea for less than 10 cents.
Ode Un atrrertlscnieats charccd eam6 rate as two
KO ADVERTISEMENTS TAKEN "TORUSUX
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applicable only focat adTertlsomenta. No foreign
ad,vertlssments taken at prices given.
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SAQlit: ofllce should be called for vltMn 10 days
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warded to them stcnpecrenrelopcs most be sent.
Keforenoe to formar adverjisementa should ctve
description and data G$ Insertion or copy of the ad
vertisement shcnld oaeert.
Not responsible for adrertlsesnents cien or dis
continued bf telephone.
WAXTED FEMALE HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
V7"ANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOCSE-
wort. Apply to Mrs. J. P. Allen. S3 N. Law
"irANTED A YOUNG "WHITE GIRL TO ASSIST
l with housework and care of children. Apply
f orenoous at t0" N. Lawrence. d73 6V
"VT-ANTED-A NO. 1 DINING-ROOM GIRL AT
"The League." 132; N. Topefca. dTiSt
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
wort. Mrs. DuBols. 1337 N. Topeka. 75 at
A17ANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
V housework. Call at 1(K0 N. Lawrence. 75 6
T ANTED-COOK-NO. 433 N.LAWRENCE AVE
V Mrs. W.T. Bishop. U74 Ct
7ANTED-A GOOD. COMPETENT GIRL. IN
' quire of Mrs. C, H. Smyth. 357 N. Waco. d71 6t
fANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD GIRL, MUST
i understand cooking. Apply 611 S. Market st.
'WANTED-A GOOD COOK: ONLY KITCHEN
V work; no washlns and good pay. Inquire 110
N. Market st. d7l 6
1A7ANTED A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
work. Call and see Mrs. V- J. Wilson. 1W7
N. Topeka ave 71tf
-TUTANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
W housework. Apply at 1128 N. Topeka. Good
wages to good. ciri. one otner neea appiy. ai;-ti
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL at 1055 North Law
rence. S tf
irANTED-A THOROUGHLY COMl'ETE.NT
V lady stenographer and type writer, who
writes the Ben Pitman and operates tne cangrapn.
Ad.lrpis A. L.S.. euro Eacle offlce. d77 l".'t
-117ANTED-TENGOOD SHIRT MAKERS, AT
13L' north Topeka. d 7o6t.
Under this head lc per line per day.
M iscella neo us.
-ITTANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY. SITUATION
V as bookkeeper aud cashier. Address M. S..
421 W. Elm. d7S 4t
Under this Head 2c per llne-per day.
WANTED MALE HELP.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
TANTED-AT ONCE. A GOOD BREAD BAKER
atrivHiia3 uit xu. . . jiuti, uiuui
ANTED-AT ONCE A GOOD PANTS MAK-
ker. E. J. Ueutter, winneia. Jan. ai b
IA WANTED TWENTY COOPERS TO MAKE
lard tierces; best prices, good stock, steady
employment. J. M. Moore & Co.. Wichita, Kan.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
AA7ANTED-A COMPETENT HOOK-KEEPER
and stenograplier. Must have good knowl.
edge of general business. Uraduute of Southwest
ern Business college pruferred. Address A. C. B.
tnls offlce. 1'8 tf
SIT UA TIONSMALE.
Under this head lc per line per day.
TATANTED-A SITUATION BY NO. 1 ENGINEER.
W Address, Frank Nlchol. 247 Mathewson ave..
Wichita, Kan. 3 12f
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
"VA7ANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN,
V good hand with horses. Inquire at 113 East
M iscella n eous.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
Under this head 2c per line pr day.
WANTED-ACTIVE "MEN AS GENERAL
agents to handle our staple goods through
sub-agents and dealers. (No canvassing.) Business
permanent nd will pay I'JU) pr month. No experi
ence and but a small Investment n-ery. Call
from 10 to 4. at No. 220 north Main rtreet, room IS.
, ,.u uwk uusiiit:-;.
d 76 2f
ANTED-EVERY LADY IN WICHITA AND
virinitv to know that the famon "Blosh of
Rom" cure pimples, f reck Ik. blackhead and
trnih. and nvfs a lovely complexion. Price 7i
cent. Free trial given every day. Ladle. plae
ra! Agents want-d. Mr Alice Smyths. IIS N.
Topeka ave., room 2, Wichita 72 aa
AGENTWANTEDBOTH MEN AND WOMEN
-Big monev made with several fast selling
pet ia!tli-s: everj-body wants them. Call on or ad
Cresa Knsas Novelty Supply Co, 1JJ Palisade ave
nae. Wichita. d75
WANTED-TEN GOOD MEN AS SPECIAL
agents for Kansas and Texa WJcblta agency
now nwn-to travel and apnoint .HibaseBCle for !h!
i sale ot our tapie good 'no canrattng or booV bntl.
nes. No experience and but small lBrltrBat iec
' esrary. Bnsiaers permanent and will par fSD pr
! month. A reprntat:ve of the Ohio fall Manu
facturing Co.. ot uooL'vme, hy. is sow at toe jcci
d'ntal hotel, room in. Wichita, wbere cample of
roods can be seen and contracts clewed. Call today.
XTT ANTED A GENTS-IN ENERY CITY. TOWN
W and village Sn the United SUies 'except la
t4ate of Kansas, to take subscriptions. Postmasters
can make mosey. No capital rqntred. ajr,pi
copl free- t an commaiona; SMey can be mad
tTCtUsgopciubs. AddrtM tie V.ctJt Eavie.
Wichita, Kan. 71-f
WANTED M ISCELLA NEO US
ANTED-TO RENT A TYPE-WRITER. AD
dress G. W. S-, 2U N. Mala street, taUBg
CAFE WANTFD-SMALL. FIRE-PROOF. SEC
O oDd-had saf. A- A- Hyde. 1M Mala K. dTi'
ANTED-THOSE WHO DESIRE HIS SERV-
fromTopV.Jtopptng'at tae M-.biIbi fcoO-4.
Order by Ulephoce or ptxtal card. is tX
VAT ANTED-TO RENT A FURNTSHED HOfSa
Y bom Seytrmtr 1 u li-tem . W tnA
lit good wa wit had aad ntr ck. Ea-
, r or uL1p4 TL Dosglaa. dTs
'ANTED-OOOD INSIDE RESIDENCE PROP
rrtv Dot jderilBat tie yrlmHlM.
UX Toa prwpertr for sale wit W rljat A Mfllr.
& 76 Jl.
W "aNTED-A.N KNRRfiETK. WOMAN. OVEK
2i. tth t.A Wrk tizi ag
aUry Addts -K an at Eagi-- 4 .. tf.
AA'ANTED-EDUCATED "LADY OR CiKNTLlV
saat. wit l&n. to tie tat aMaaej
jnaitss basted. Wrk BglH- WScet hw --.
Address "R." tare at Eagf. 77 U.
TANTED-ALADY WHOSEAKa KMaN
V aad Kagtt. c gcre gta-m. IUt
wrk r uar. J4 bn aresaile -ceea. a-4.
rtrr" "D." cart Eale. i m tf.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
V-A.NTED-TOTRADEA GOOD MILCH COW
for a double seated princ; wacon. Wason.
must be in good repair. Address; R BEacle offlco
A'ANTED-A HOUSE OF FROM SIX TO EIGHT
room?, not over nfteen minutes' walk from
Douglas and Main. Vo children In family: good
care will be taken of premises, and rent In ad
vance; barn on premises desirable. Address, stat
ing rent wanted and location, 'Renter" care Easle
"7ANTED TO CORRESPOND WITH ANY
1 one who s desirous of exchangioc merchan
dise for a good farm ia Sumaer county. Kan,as
Address F. J. Eagle office. dT5 4
AA"ANTED-1DIES TO KNOW THAT THE
1 can pet the celebrated Olive Branch medicine
at 443 North Fifth aTenue. Mrs. Ellen Cobb, gen
eral agent. d75 6
WANTED-BOARD AND ROOMS FOR MAN
and wife, or for Are or six people; winter
quarters. Want flrst-class accommodations. Refer
ences; good pay. Address. J. J. J.. Eagle. d3 6t
? spectable family for an intelligent boy of 14
rears with the privilege of attending sahool. Boy is
bright and willing to work. For full partlcnlars ad
dress C C. this offlce. 72tf
XTTANTED TO SEE ALL VTB.O ARE IN WANT
t of fence posts, sawed or srllt fwhlte oak.
Can be had at cost. Car load on hand al tha Wichi
ta fence factory. 503 E. Douglas are. 71 9
. -vrr-r. TjT-v-r-oc enp tup nvrsT riu.
i fiages in the city at Metropolitan Carriage
Repository 237. 239 S. Main. dt2f
"AA'ANTED-CLERKS. BOOK KEEPERS. STEN
1 ographers and telegraph orerators, or othej
persons who wish to become thoroughly competent
in the above branches to call at the southwestern
Business college, corner Douglas and Topeka ave
nues. Wichita, Kan. S tf
FOR SALEMiscella neo us.
Under this bead 2c per line per day.
OR SALE-CHEAE', A FEATHER BED. AT
oe iu(kac. i7
FOR SALE-A SPLENDID HOUSEON COLLEGE
Hill, three blocks from Electric iuc, Housjj of
eleven rooms. Modern improvements; larse stable;
quantity of old shade and fruit trees. Jlost desira
ble corner on the H11L Call on A. A. Hyde. dR
1?OR SALE -SEDGWICK COUNTY FARM.
. highly improved. Must sell at once: pritce only
f 1,10; one-half casii, lialance live year. Jer cent
Easy worth twice.the money. Israel Bros., over 125
North Market. d.b 6t
F OR SALE-A WALTER A. WOOD MOWING
machine. Inquire at room 52. Zimmerly butld-
TT'OR SALE-A SUIT OF FINE PARLOR FL R
Jj nlture very cheap, at No. 12. Souta Topeka
F OR"sAl7E-GObD PAYING GROCERY Busi
ness; best location, bout trade in city, and rent
low; or will sell building. In good county seat town
in foutneru Kansas. Good reasons for selling. Ad
dress Grocer, care Eagle offlce, d jss
nR c . 1 F.TI1 1 RTV.FOUR HEAD OF PIGS AT
. my place, corner of Thtrtleth st and Arkansas
ve. J.W.Glenn. M
-I70R SALE-I WILL SELL CHEAP FUIS UASH
A a lot of shelf hardware, carpenter's tools and
some second hand furniture, or will trade for horses
or mules. Call at 017 E. Oak st. d.3.
1?OR SALE TIN FRUIT CANS AT WHOLE
: saleat 1111 E. Douglas. Rlfo &. Co. d
alWENTY-FIVFrENTS A HUNDRED. AT
this offlce. old papers bultable for packing put
ting under carpets, etc 11S7 tt
FOR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SnORT HAND
writers' note books, blank receipts and not
books and legal blanks of every kind. Mall orders
promptly attended to. Call on or apdress the V. Ictr
ta Eagle. Wichita. Kan. l'Q-tt
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPH
map of theclty of Wichita; gives namesof streets
public buildings, colleges, parks, etc.. size UslS on
linen paper, price 6 cents each; S for 10 cents, SS
cents a dozen. Address the Wichita Eagle. Wichita,
EOR Sale-DEEDP, MORTOAGES AND ALL
kinds of legal blanks: blank receipt books, not
books. et. at tho Wichita Eagle offlce. Orders by
mall promptly attended to. dHW-tt
FOR SALE Cattle.
3Al I A CATTLE FOR SALE-WK HAVE lftJ
LM 'J native feeding steers, two years old.
u jearllng. GO half breed two's. 20 yearlings, all near
ctty. Will sell cheap for cash, or six months time
with good security, one-third cash. Alo 3.1U) 3 aud
4-yeur-old half breed steers in Cherokee strip past
ure, one-third cash, balaneeMjc months tiiuu. l.n
qulre on Eldridge & Campbell, stock yards. SI tt
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under this head 2c per line per day
LOST-AT RIVERSIDE PARK. FRIDAY EVEN
Ing. lady's dark bluejacket. Kinder will please
return to 031 N. Topeka ave. and receive reward
r OST-A HEAVY GOLD BAND RING. EN
Xj craved Inside the initials R. II. D. and several
dates; on the outside has a narrow gold bar running
part wav aronnd In the center ot the ring also a
small gold bill on outside. Finder poase leave it at
Eagle ofllce and gt reward. dtO-tf
Under this head 2c per line ier day.
TAKEN UP-BROWN PONY. BRANDED P. O.
on left thigh. Owner can have ame by prov
ing property and paying charges. Call at Il"rry &
Russell's Livery barn. d 7tt Ct.
rpAKE.v UP-BYTHkT'M)ERSIGNKD. living
X at '.'lOl south Fifth avenue, a rd and white heif
er. Owner can have same by proving property and
paying charges. L. Keck. d 78 6t.
Under this head 2c per line pnr day.
STRAYED-AUGUST 15. A CHESTNUT SORRKL
mare, brandeil L. 11.; whito pot In face, K
turu to 116 S. Mc-dey and get reward. d78 3t
WANTED Horses and Vehicles.
WANTED-TtrmYAJUMP SEAT CAR-
rlage.or will tnule either a toti boggy or a
phaeton and pay cah difference If offer wilw. Ad
dress "Buggy." care Eagle office o7 tt
AaVaNTEI) TOBFY-AGdoi SIZED PONY.
V must be well broken. w that lady can ride
and drive. Address, giving site, color aud price. No.
ID. care Eagle ofllce. U'J)
FOR EXCHA NGE.
Under this head 3c per line per day.
FOR SALE Horses a nd Vehicles
Undv this had 2c per line pr day
-,-,nn it.v.A riOOO FAMILY HORSE AND
V phaeton buggy,
Inquire of (i. W.Jones. EagU
FOR RENT Houses.
nder this head 2c per 1Id ptr day.
FOR RENT-HOUSE OF TWEI.VR KOOMa.
Hotandcoid water, che In; partly furmtehed
slrl. Call at E. Third St. a. -
170R RENT -RESIDENCE. A VERY DEblKA
X bleS-room uborbu home on College mil.
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard, fruit UeM.
feniodpaiiurernrhorv! and fx.w. barn and tar
rigebouM. lommodtoiM wm h. cistorn. eu: fur
particulars ldres Mrs. ETc. Mom. WJ' '
fral avenue, or P. O. box 4J7. . .
C FOR RENT V SEVEN ROOM 1IOU8L IN
l!l good ne.rhborhood hi the north -nd. ery
caeap to a good u-nat.l w,th small fatnlljr Our h-4
rrKMn. parior. ha.l aftd dining room, f ornHaed If -
tired. Address B. " tlu CJc ..
OiTrENT-HOTEL GOODYEAR. CORNER OF
D Douiclas and Eapiaavii twoaty rva
ail furn:-ned; One iocattoa and god lulaJ. Joan
Goodyear. - -
FOR RENT-K ROOM HOUSE MJ N. MAR-w-t
. . iw in and well adopted for boudmit
"U Spenrer 1MN. Market- d'"
IFORRENT-A GOOD. EIGHT ROOM HOUSE
lour blocK m ivnei u 'PT"
itn. hot and cold water.
.....i , -. t .r iBAnir bl ai . .. .mr
CrOK RENT-ELEGANT HOUSE ON COL
Hi leg HiiL two block frpra Hre- car. Jr
rTlsoed or unfarcied. Apply Wj Iwto B. fcjjo
moa. il First Sedgwick muck. 9sU
FOR RENT Rooms.
Under Ubis head 3e per ba-Pr day.
VrOR KENT A fKKlD rINFJ ROOM OS
aBdFoortkavesae. C4t at S exat DglJy
VrX)R RENT NICE. CLEAN AIRY ntoNT
ft-hTSebrtck3l Dowglaa ae- flao t.
,rr:v.7.7!. ww. Eaactf of Dr. Fwrtty U.
LTOKKENT-A VEP.Y DESIBABLE
C J rooia. rt a Nartfc Epna-
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Xttrr th-i bd ! pf If g' ?
zA'r tau h d 3c f-r 8a per day.
-nrOR TRADL-HOUSE OP EIGHT IUiMI
t X? andcHUf. aJr-l bar a4l X. Wv
autreb fey L. HtO. rn 1. '. B N- Mark4 u.
r;&ar tfet kd le prr ar- pr 4y.
MONEY-TO LOaN ON HOCfEHOLi 8Of.
mcmm. nw. Srv, caWt. kc liwru tt
Xjn. f r rwm -" Ka4 t 0 W
TTtRMTCRE LOAN 4 ATTUE LOA-OS-
jmc. -r !Aoe grvry. cmntr rlr m J-
MOSEY TO U'AX-Xt WIJ-A. tOA T4X-uwMrl-rMtUs4i
ptofrty. o r. eisttl-- t""j. "f,'"
gK. etc A H-. m g3i
A f 0KT LOAXED OX ? ?i221
JA tmJLwm. -ar-anjaw . .
i ,S? w!t! AtkTVjar rt xm
efit aa4 i
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
Under this head 7c per line per day.
RANGE LILY." IS A SURE" CCKBFOKFfc
male weakness. One month's tre&lmeat J J.
Ladles, please call for free sample. Seat p-repM on
receipt ot price. Mrs, Alice Staytae, 115 N. Teefca
ave room 2. Wichita. 72
DR. LE DUOS PERIODICAL PILLS. TUB
great French remedy, act directly oa the wo
.strual system and positively cure sappm.-Jca ot taa
menes. Warranted to promote mrascraatta.
These pills should not bo taken dorter pnseattacr
American Pill company, royal, proprietors, SfM
cer. Ia. J5. trenulne snpplMHt by Caan. Lawruac
MB East Douglas. Wichita. Kan., by wheirvalo awl
retail. n t an4 1 1 yr.
f'RENCU LESIONS BY MRS. ADRIAN
CUEXOD. of Pans. France. Jaeau per hMr.
Enquire at 3Sj south Emporia aTenafe. d 7S .
STAUNTON MILITARY ACADEMY - FOR,
voungmenand boy. For lH'd catakice. ad
dress Staunton Military Academy. SUuntea. Va.
HOW A GIRL OUTDID A PAWpEROKER-
Slio IokcJ Frictonctl and Eewlrtnl
S150 for a Uosros Ecby aVrwrint.
1 feel awfaJly ashsraed of fcrjowr.'s-ild
a demura llttlo browra eytti rrazfai, -caosatbe
pWEmaa wa r?alooS tome.
It was this waj? 2y frieod Ada akbowwd
ma a peodaat, a circle of twotitifsi small
whit dmmonds oboat a mbj thi glowied
Ilk a flaming red heart. Ithad-firrxstswch
to Eie&t a rock. Ada said it was a-ehamo
tha iso ruby wtu-j not germinc. becneso it
made the pendant of no valco to-hor.
" 'I dont coro,' said I; lt looks sevmnch
lite a real stono that I do-nos belksw imy
one coald tell tict it is bitgua. "Why,
see, there is even a Hctlo flat? raitJost aa
you often dnd irrrotfios.' "Bat Acla-said m
it was not genuine tho pendant was of no
value to her, ualess she had tbo diamond
" 'Why not pawn it' aid I.
" I couldnt,' said she. Td be fright
ened to death. Besides hor dt yoa do it?'
" 'Oh, jast go in and aslc him hoiTAnuoh
hell give on it,' said. I, though I hod nevor
been near a pawn abop. I was ia too deep
ly to expeso my ignorance nmr.
" Woum1 you dare do iM' aakl- the,
" 'Certainly! I repDcd bravely.
M 'Will you do it for me, dearr
"Now, that took my bwajh nway. To
put my friend np to crJschfaf roa bn
thing, but to bo put up to Tt myself was
another. However, I could not admit I
waa afraid now.
" "ye-es,' I ard, half hoatwdly.4
She made me start at onoo. We wont
down town, and while tiha vrc&ted in. a
store I climbwd the 3irwl tho otBooxvf a
fashiocabVo broter with vny heart beating'
until I wan naarly Baffooairfl. Laot down,
in tha private oflico, and wtth a fnoo m
loag.-aathw statue of mtoory, I handed out
" 'How much r atrid the man.
" 'I don't know I roplied.
"Ho disappeared, then camo back and
"Then T knew he thought tbo.rnby real,
aa I had expected him tv do, and t&e pen
dant therefore worth about ftJOO; bnt the
sum offered ww about double, tho real
valuo of tho pendant, o I loctu& nomnr
fully at the gem for a moment. and then
M 'Can you do no better for me?
'Nope,' sakl he.
Ono more long look at that, memento of
better dayn, and then I said, in arrasce uf
fused with team;
- Til take it.'
"The broker had been watohtng ma
closely, aud I think he-wa movrd by my
apparent distsroea, Tjhich myfrisha htflped.
me to aaaume, for when ho brought mo
the ticket and mouwy be nuifl in tho gnu-Ucat-way:
" 'My dar lady, K yon -wish to jedecm.
thia at any time, send ua word and" we'll
end it to you and sparo-you thojjain oC
coming hero.' He W uo kind tibut Pm
Borry 1 clwuUri him, even if ho dkrntnt a
1300 pendant for fll."
The reportur relaed Qiktataryto-a repu
table Maiden litoo JnwehT matxufactnrcr.
lie said that tbeecrvt at tha giriPa ucorwa
lay part lyin the test bntho bqgua jerwrjl
had a flaw in it, and ihai tt w we with.
superior, if small, diamond btttchJeOv-rn
tho Iwaritig of the jjkL SLhowd to ht
eye that nhe was not acowstoroed to the air
of a paTmabop, and so bo vwa more easily
deceived. Jewelers' Wvafcjy.
Mvrrlago aoI ItetUtK.
A noted X orwegrapatatatfirhin. Prof wnor
A. S. Klaer, has receuUy "been making a
very interesting Mudy in relation to tha
mortality of the married and unmarried.
The result of his inquiry ahowthatdurrr.;c
tbe twelfth and thtrtoeiAh year of cxiat-
ence the dwith rnte o: grna trtaralu only
slightly biDer tlian that of boa-of nbvus
tbo same age From tb? Krxte:th year on
the death ntoof xnales incrciueea, txnUl at tb
nge of 19 or SO it in uxtru thun tioubU tlwt
of tbe live previonn ytitrs. Thia marked
rise of the uW.h rate; in whflih hwbbp
tion i an important taxnor, eantii until
tho twenty third year, wb ft? diminishes.
Thir, eloariy marked tyrrfwl of deorai m
the death rate of you& forwv0a men l
abo notrcwible la othr natwnairtit, bufc
sot bo o peat au eitjai.
Upon a careful ezsmraadoa into tha
caue of thw varvUion of tb tkath ratn
among men cf various iattiaaho AjkI
that it occUMi at a pefi&d trhrn gradually
tboy enter m increaiong ntimtoers tha mat
ried Ute As will be to from tha Kot
wegian and fewedth wortahty ttJilew, th
death rau: of marrird men oL tha perfext re
ferred to b decidedly ls an that of ta
amnanW, Aithcnjh tho Jai ru at
marrieri and unmarr'd mciwiccnstKiitiy
advanemg, toere i no tpixnOna, that tfc
entry of bo lazwe a pTopttk cat tha mala
population into tho mo fasvoraCJa condi
tion of life which tbo married ti pce-Hnta-tu:eroa
a drfdofliciio2ial effect oa
tbe ratio Fidladriphia-I'rexn.
ZHaaondU In JroaC
Diamonda wnv u ir. SuvrO. ia UttlzSI tjox
Xhti Jequituzbcab&.riwr. rn 2IiavGenr,
which then rocew4 tb ztrtcm cf Dianas
tina. Th1 raory go ba th mzpfafd
white pebbles had teatf prwJooaly hrtu
noticed by tbe gpSi traabrw, but thatr
valua w&a not dnanxKi of It ta.aaXd tbaS
tb liukkCji uaed tbxsa m a eaerM -ryt
had same reacxaWasroa to-dk thiamin?,
and that tbt cirildreii cf tha mturrx em
ployed Them aa -puzkx." a pua. pcSrl
by tbe yonth of-aB eraiatrira. ft ia oartaia
that diamorjdx - first dJaccrrcrod to go W
iraabins i-ar Lwaraawf.pa mri- that Zpf
n to tbht day foond hecan, -wrsica
also containa grkL Tb tiusiia ef Uv
preooua charactrof tiiahckm tspnd
"white pebbiw" wachtoA Partnjrae
miner who hod Uwn ux India taxi had
there ca diamcoda m th rcngh. Wbo.
the Dears rwwari Portmpd t2ie ertrwro hs
medialioly t&oi mauaxtm. to Si&zopotilm
the rwfion. Ject4ciTr Weakly.
But any Jiis abfldsi of th dty wfll
agyrm, to an InsalTiipmt. qoorSfcmer, th-i
rath of the propcaca thst cSsbtef;
stairs rrwarla in an. rarxmso AHfjyiia ef
ftsniSisA woe and tbtt arcrryic to eic
Tatora to dixiy bdpc product to many
30 a xwuponuy rsatnl BantOrs&rt.
" I bare b8rerrd csa oi ' trraAor t5xi-aaskS,-'
maid Pr Aiaa ZteLisrt ILaautKoa,
- wkVea asaom-d dJstawakSr AVcr aad
r&it7T yrotat trsrtnetit Xar i
visa atteiers? awoi xo&i'TGj vty
enzyo of a c-riJ kwwt5aie'wJei,
wfcj adny ffarP. msfca If a
aar MKicu reeU 1 &? a
io wlrteh I rsfwrrd ws the f "Jrnrfcr
t7 whtt m ifcall arrd i umjc
I hs 75k.--5r Tor BtrsSd.
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