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Jpe TOtMia gailtj gatrle: ticsttag pLorrtimg, gutgtttst 23, 1890,
Beceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 48 hours 800
Cattle, 82 Calves, 560 Hogs, 87 Sheep,
25 Horses and Mules Shipments 681
Cattle, 212 Hogs and 25 Horses and
The cattle receipts were liberal but -were
mostly Texas, "which, were fed and.watered
at the yards. They were not offered for
sale on this market. The offerings today
were composed largely of native feeding
and stock steers, which found quick sale
at strong prices. There were a few head
of fair butchers' cows and heifers on the
market,-but not half enough to supply the
actual demands of the buyers who are
wanting that kind of cattle in good grades.
There is also a good stocker and feeder
trade. The Chicago market was slow.
Kansas City steady on beeves and cows
steady to 2o cents lower. This market
The hoc receipts were light again today
and the market weak and lower, ?3.75 be
ing the top on packing grades. A small
lmuch of heavies sold at $3.77. Bulk of
sales, however, were made at3.70. Both
buyers for the packing houses were on the
market, but there was little competition
on account of the light supply of hogs.
The quality was only fair. There was a
fair snpplv of heavy hogs, which sold at
top prices. Only a few pigs offered and
were active at -53 15.
The Kansas City market closed weak,
with only a light supply, and the Chicago
market was lower. The close here was
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAKEHT.
Wichita. Kan.. Aucust 25.
ThfioffprinK" on this market consisted mostlv of
The supplv of butchers praties whs very "'""""
Katlre slilDuimr hteers. cood to extra. .?3 25 5 To
Good toextra native butcher steers, 10UU
"S'atlre feeding steers
Cboice cow s and lirlfrrs
I airto cood cowb and heifers
dood yeHrlingn ---
2 M (2 tT,
2 25 (3.2 35
i in $- 4j
l fo i wo
1 t) (3.1 M
2 00 2 TU
1 75 ($.1 01
1 ,b tol i)
1 15 1 l
75 1 (0
Teal cj!IftB,iier head 4 o0 -. W
following are the representative sales of cattle at
the stock yards today:
The wipply va rat hi r disappointing todnvas
rxerjJwdylookM for finite .i hen-y run ,R"-,5
3i,h1 as well for the shipnersloi tho market was
r.uher mean mid ilo-ei weak.
The follo-winK are the repreienUitive sales of hoss
1 . Feeding tteeis ...
, Feeding steers- .,
s FeediiiK steers ...
3 i Stock steers . .
4 Stock steers
ft Sioclv steers
2 Cows . .. .
Dock Av. Price. No. Dock At. Prico
SI 215 3 75 51 im 22fi 3 .0
1J0 215 3 75 MEXIJTOS.
. . 152 3W 19 210 332 3 77:
40 ISO 3 70 7 40 3D ;i
SO 311 3 70 2(1 IfiO M J
- 3ffi 3:v 1 "so 3 sf8
Thero was nuite a. supply of sheop on the market,
tut w ere unsold at the close.
,--v,l ,.,.,ltnn vh.vi. fOfi 10") -t W.34 lJ
liood stock ewe,75i SO
I ood Mock, a ctlu rs, 7 JCtSo
jood to extra lambs
3 2533 50
, 3 0(lt3.V3
4 1031 50
Light run on hogs, prices lower.
The market was rattier strong on
Not much excitement in the hog alleys,
511 account of the light supply.
Hog purchases today, Whittaker 300,
Pnld 113, Mexico .V?.
A. B Hanks shipped a car of hogs and
tattle cast yesterday which he had pur
chased on this market.
Berry &r Isaac's shipped a car of horses
and mules to St. Loui-.
H. R. Toler shipped four horses and
Iheir outfits to Wellington today, as thej
nie enteied in the races there. Among the
number was Ashland Wilkes.
J W. William, Aulne, had in two cars
Horner & Roberts, Kingman, had a car
nf hogs on the market.
Adam Hufbauer, Mulvane, sent in a car
(; W. Miller sent in a car of hogs from
G 11. Andrews, Corwin, camo in with
four cars of cattle and one car of calves for
the Whittaker Packing company.
.1 U. Gilchrist came in from Valley
Center with a car of hogs.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
RT Loris. Mo . Aiiwt 25 CATTLE. Receipts
67(0; fchlpinents HU1 Market Meady Native
Mecrs 8KW170 sinkers and feeders. J 2 30. 40.
Teians and Indian f2 k3 75 HOt.t He
telpt. iW hlpmentj-. 1100. Market stroma
hfft 4 (.4 15 Jakius fi ffkil 0 llslit.
fair to best f3 :&. W "sHjjeP Receipts, .H).
jhipmi nts 0)0. Market strong. Fuir to choice
n (Ws 00
Kansas Citv. Mo August 25-CATTLE-Receipm
(Sl- shipments 4MU Market stead to -weak
hteers 58 2;m4 40 umi Jl JW-' 75. sjookers jud feeil
er- ti Ka 15. raiiRe steer $i ?O2,'i0- ranee tons,
JlliKilSM ROUS Receipts 5.tU); shipments 21(t,
Maiket steudv: bulk $. 0.i i0- all- craile, o
ft i s,ijj.;KP Receipts 1701; shipmenta
Mnrket tead. Lajnbs 4 7"v5 25. cood to cholo
lu ittons S3 754 2o btockers and feeders? 3 fiOdi
CiiiCAOO. Ill . Aucust 25. The Droers Journal
reports A 1TLK-Receipts. 17C00 shlpment-s 40W
M.vrkei sted to oa- Beeves Jl TftS 10; gteen
K! XXi.- (10- stockers and tetuer. J2 OiKst i (U cows
tni.l au.l mised 1 ,VV3 leias cattle. f2 TO
p .i. ranue ste, rs S VV4 U". native butchers
Mock ?1 .Vi'? 0.1. HOt.s Keifipts Ss.OOtl. shipments
NH Maiket lower ( mninou mid rouch packers
t'tJVit TO- mKM $4 sng, nt prime nsMirted hcn
BtulbuUheri-weight- Ws4 l.i, 1 elit, $4 1031 2n
k'ps2 llVsitlO HLEP Receipts sOV shipment
JUXi. Market steadv. Natives VI 04 50; vvpstern
li lft4 25. 'leians i4 1044 ak cockers, and feed
ers $ TOwuo ? laaibd to 2.si5 50.
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichit. Kan.. Ancust2o
Wheat Receipts fiOOObu. The market wssvveak
J" sMinwthv with eAMern markets which are loner
,l ppers quote prires on all urates 3c lower, but
r lit rs are wiv In the sne s sHtnrdMv.
i t-irn R-oei;ts 71 lu The snjmlv vs verv
f i ill and prices about lc lower and market v oak at
lUis-Recvints S)1 te The market 1 a little
w ek In sj mpathy w 1th the dow nward tendefic of
t her centers
i.IJAlN-Car lotsontrac ov-
WHEAT No2WV No S s5S7c, No 4 SOgSte.
V ORN No 3 or beMer J7c. white 41c.
in E No S. or better 35c.
RAY $4 50 per ton in car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop In car lots ,5c per lOOlbs
MAEEETS EY TEIJSGRAPH.
New 'i ork Money.
New York. Aucust 2a.
Monev on call efv mncine from 2 to 15 per
cent last limn 15. cloid offered at 12
Prime mercjintile paper 57
s-tt-rUn; uielmajre quiet and barely steady at
4 tehi for i) Aax bills and U Jti for demand.
Chlcaco Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Ill , Aupust 54 Wheat AcUve trading
rifd market weaker and unsettled. Tlje closing wa
1 i for leccmlr and 3c lower for .May than clos
iii flcures of jesterdav
. orn w s only moderately active. The feellnp
1 n v allinx w easier,
nats were ftrl active but vvenker Rnd un
fcttled. Mes, pork Moderate trade. Prices declined
Lard Trudtiii; falrnd the feeilnic was easier.
s.hort rllw vv ere decidedly weok.
x he leadins future clol as foiioT
WHEAT- Atct fl OtH. Semember tl WH. Dec-c-
ORN Anct4Sc l-eptember 4BUc. May SVc.
TS AWfst Srigc, September ttHc Maj- SOc
1 RK tpembor tW 7; October tM 7S, January
LARD September J627K; October $6 40, January
SHORT RIBS-Scptember to Z2H; October $5 4.TJ&
January $5 U5.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Steady, unchanged,
WHEAT No 2 spring. 10c: red. lOUgc
CORN' No. 2. 4BJgi$a
BARLEY Nominal. T0T2c
TIMOTHY-Prlme H 331 33.
SHORT RIBS-Sides b 255 35.
SHOULDERS Dry salted to 75(55 87K-
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-t5 C5S5 75.
WHISKY 1 IX
SUGAR Cut loaf 7f.7&c; granulated e?c; stand
ard A C"i c.
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 52.VO0 13V0
Corn lso,2U0 2KJ.100
Oats 245 3X) 270.1U
BUTTER Steady, cood demand for fancy grades.
Fancy separator 22S.22sc. fine l&iilSfcjc. line
creamery, 10alSc, good Li(sl3c, finest diary, 10S12c,
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City. Ma. August 25.
The Daily Indicator reports
FLOUR XX, 65c; XXX 75c; family $1 05, choice
H 10: fancy tl 70: extra, fancy tl SOai 85 pateut
1 W 2 IS.
WHEAT Lower. No. 2 hard cash P4c: Autrust
91c; No 2 red cash 93c
CORN Lower. No. 2 cash 44c; August iV4c
OATS Low er. No. 2 cash 36c; August 30c.
RYE Steady No 2 cash 6c bid, 70c asked;
Aupit no bid-, 70c asked.
BUTTER Firm; creamery fancy U17c,
dair 12tl5c. store packed 30L!c
EGGS Firm at 1 ic.
HAY Firm. Fancy prairie i 003" 50. cood to
choice Jo 006 00
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common $3 65.
refined J3 70.
CHEESE steady. Northern twins 10311c; West
ern S9c, Young America 10llc, skimmed 1G5.
LIVE POULTRY Firm. Rood demand. Choice
hens $3 033 2o; small fat tl V2 7a, roosters $2 if)
2 50. sprinsr chickens tl 25c$2 OU.
HAMS C10 5J.
BREAKFAST BACON CS 51.
DRIED BEEF 17 50.
DICIED SALT MEATS-Short clear sides tfl 00;
dry lonz clear fG 00; shoulders $5 50.
SMOKED MEATS Long cleat i&Q). shoulders
CO 00; short clear sides 5 oX
LARD-Reflned. C7 25.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Loais. Mo.. August 25
WHEAT Loner. Cash Iflc; September 99-Jfc:
CORN Loner. Cash 45;4c; September 15c, 3Iay
OATS Lower, Cash C4c bid; September 06HC,
PORK Quiet, jobblnn ill 75.
LARD-Quiet. Butchers' steam CO 006 10.
FLOUR-Actte and higher. Choice JT 25(33 40,
fancv ii 10S4 20, fancy extra $4 OXst 70, patent
? 5 OOS'i 15
RY-No 3 cash, 62c
CORNMEAL Acthe; cash J2 50.
HAY-Slow, eab Timothy HO 0012 50; prairie
choice to fancj 'J .7J10 00.
BCTTKR Choice hicher. Choice creamery 11
lCf, El?in lft.VKJe; choice dairy, 1A314C.
LLAD-HlBhtr. 1 45
BRaN Lower, sacked 7.V.76c.
I LAKED -Lower; ca-h and August $l"l
WHISKY 1 13.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Tnos C. WJI.ao.
Jos. A. Buubachlr.
WILSON & BliUBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, "Wichita
Kansas Telephone No. 11. dlOS-tf
V. P. Campbell. Jas. L. Dyer.
Attorneys at Law, Wlcqlta, Kan. 106tf
H C Sluss. W.E.Stanley
SLUSS t STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, ill S Main St., Second floor.
J. R. Uallo-well. J. E. Home.
Late U. S Attorney.
Lnvvj crs, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas
A. P Ronitn 4nr.li. W. H. RAtrcn.
BO HUB A UGH 0 BA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United States and
Canada. No. 117 Main St.. Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N.
Main St., Wichita,
John W. adam. O. w. Ada vs.
ADAMS tC ADAMS,
Attorneys at Livv. Office first stair ny cast of the
Wichita National Rank. 110-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
specialties Diseases of the
Ee. Kar, Nose and Throat,
Cutarrh and tltting glasses
Office 127 N Market street,
Israel & Mers block.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND . SURGEON.
OFFICE I RESIDENCE
331 East Douglas Avo. 1 1213 North Market Street.
Professional CoJls Attended Promptly. 63-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children s diseases a spreeialtT. Homo
for Lndios during confinement, btrictly private
when ao desired Letters of inquiry confidential
and amwered Immediately on receipt of sume
nome, 711 South Ida ave Wichita, Kan. 143-tf
EY. M UN sell, m. d.
Medicnl and surpical dis
eases, of Eve Far, No-e. and
Tliroat. Removal of facial
and other blemishes, and fit
ting spectai les
Office and residence. 1200
South Emporia b4-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY,
Ofllce hours 9 to 10 a m.. ltolp ra. Sunda. 9 to
10.AU. m. Room W Kechhelmer Building.
DR. J. JACOB STONER,
Makes a specialty of chlldrens' diseases. ee, ear
and throat, with General practice. Physician to tho
OllU e ov er 119 N Main. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.,
2 to op m d64 tt
Has opened offices over 12t". North Main street. Wich
ita. With the practice of cencral medicine and sur
rcrT Dr Jennlncs vsiU combine special work on the
S.ye. Lar. Nose and Throat Also, the proper ad-Rns-tmnt
of lass.-. Oflloe hours S to 11 a m 6 to 5
p. m. residence. CJ Waco av enue D-13.
EEAL ESTATE AGEXTS
FRED W. IsRAKL. K. C ISRAEL
REAL ESTATE AND BENTS.
Tobuv Wichita citv property and ?etl?w lck county
farmsat pres.T! pruesmeans lare returns on vour
monev, Wii.hiu.nltn her stock and other indus
tries. Is lust in her Infanev, and such bargains as vve
can now otTer were never offered before. A word
to the shrev.d investor is sufficient. If vouwihto
bnj ouvillsAveminev bv ltstincvour -v ants with
us as u will nst vounothlnsr whether you buy or
not. The Wichlva interest of non-reidents proper
1 and promptlv cared for. Office second floor Is
rael Uuildin;:. 1 North Market.
Reference Wichita National Bank or your Wlch
ta acquaintances. dCS-tt
The Photocrspher Pictures in all sires and styles
He also carries the finest assortment of picture
frames in the city,
ax .inline sample.
inenaiy cati ana
DR. L C. WILSON.
Dentist. All work iruxxacteed flrst-cla. Of2c
lis East DoucIm avnuo over Paul Jones i Co s
g store. Wichita Kaai 151-tt
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Dentlt Odce 1M N Mtn over smith Stover-.
Vitolid air admlnl-itered. Residence 62& N To
pek avenae. Wlchlt, Kasas. Sl-tf
Full ts of teeth. JV fs. and JJCt
G Kl FllUuss. Jl and up; fcllver. 75c;
Ixtrctln: w'th cocaine. &V. We
Kuarante atsf ictlon.
BOYD'S DENTJL ROOMS.
Diu T. F. Boyd. Dr. J a. HoLLXNBrjWER
123 East Docclas Avcane. JftJ-iT
H. C. CAMPBELL.
SAMUEL & CO,
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 Office.
Prompt attention to all business and orders placed through our office.
J. O. Davidsox, Pres. o. A. WAESani, V. P.
John Deest, Csuiiler.
CITIZENS' : B
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'RS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank In the State
Shippers of Lire Stock can save Doth
time and money "by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
B. ir. SMITH,
Room 403 Sedswick building, Wichita,
C. IF. TEItKY,
Architect and Superlntar
BKUafr block, Wlchltn, K
Rooms IS and 17
W. R. McFHERSON,
Architect. Room 18. No. 200 North Main Stroet,
Wichita, Kansas. 117-tf
w. t. PRoenrooT a. vr bird
Architects and Superintendents. Office in Fech
TILE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
SALIVA .... KANSAS.
Address for Catalogue,
Rer. E. J Chittenden. Rector.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Ro-ird and tuition, per annum, flV) Addres.
Sister buperlor. Sisters of Ch.inty. B V. M. 105-tf
j.ji. rniLitrs. p.f. rniLLirs.
FHILLIPS 0 PHILLIRS,
Graduates of tho Chicago Veterinary College,
Wo aie prernied to do all kinds of veterinarv
work, including Dentistry. Canlno and Cattle
Practice Hospital accommodations for all patients
requiring special care at tl per day. Persons w Ish
Iiik to purch tsc a horse tan have it examined and a
certificate of snandncss given for $5. In surseij wo
ee the latest devices including an operating table.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or mat! will recelvo
prompt attention bv day or night.
Office. 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Office tele
phone No. 71. Residence GJ0 N. Topeka a. e. Resi
dence telephone No. 21 3. ja tf
A. J. AFFLEGATE.
(With A. D Mallory.)
Abstracter-i ConvejMoer & Notary Public
Fine draughting a specialty Completo abBtraets
to any land In SedRw lck county Room 216 Sedg
wick block. Can bo found during business hours at
county buildlnz. 100-tf
Just completed and for sale at this office "Reccifl
of Teachers Ability " for usa by Superintendents
and Principals ot COMMON, CITY nd GRADED
SCHOOLS Can bo used In any city. The book 4
Of a convenient sire to carry In the pocket. Bound
in Cloth, 50 cenU, Flexible Bitck.SlOO. Sent by mail
to any addres upon receipt nf 64 cent for clttn and
31 07 for flexible blndlnc Order by mall tM wllj
rsceire prompt attention. Address
TliU WICHITA EAGLE,
MlSsOuni Pvcinrit it.
Port sTCOtt. Kansas City, s.t
Louis and eastern ev..
Fort scott. Kansas Citv, m
Louis and eastern ex.. .
Conway springs, Anthony
and Kiowa e. ..
Convvr.y prlnc5, Anthony
and Kiowa ex.
Hutchinson, s,tprijn! and
Hutch , Kanapolis, Pueblo
and Denver ex
All trains run dallv.
10 40A vi 7S0AM
500 PMJ 415 PM
?0pvi 740 AM
1115 AM iMPM
Depot second and Wichita streets, ticket office Lf7
North Main street. E. E Rlfcklev,
PassenKet and Ticket Agent.
MW TlilE TAI1IE CHICAGO, KOCK lsLAD i
("Great Rock Island Route.")
In effect on and after July 6. lSJ.
I AKKIVE ' I.E.VVE
COING NOKTH 4DEST. i
No 2 Colorado spring,!
Denver and Pacific Coast
Express dailv. . I ML
No 2 Kansas City, St. Lou's
and Chicago Through'
Mail and ex. dallv . , JM.
No 4 Kansas City. St. Louisl
and Chicago night ex. 1
daily f4SPM! 55pvi
No 62 Accommodation,
dally except bundav.. . . 1135 a X 1215Pj
No 3 Kansas Citv. st. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily 635am1 640am
No 1 Kansas Citv. s.t Louis .
and Chicago through mail
.index daily .. 1 725pm. 790pji
No 61 Accommodation, dailv
except undav 5 'Hp M 2flP 1
Flegant reclining chair car on all train and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kanas Citv and
Chicago w ltbout change on night triu. Tickets
sold and baggage checked through to all pointd
north, south, east and west, and t-team-hlp tickets
Fold to all European points at lowest rats. City
ticket office MX) Last DoucH avenue, corner Main
street, passenger station corner Douglas and Meud
avenues. Telephone ISP
C a RrrnERFORD. Ticket Agent.
Jno. rBsTlAN.G T JLP A Chicago. IU.
s-T. LOt'IS i. AN tR.iN'ClsT K. R.
TK,IN. , A Kim t LKAVE
Going West. pA.xj tto Ells-,
worth .. . 1 525 AH Ail
Going west, pass, (stops at:
Burrton) ... (Slpn 4S5PX
Going East, pas5eneer j SCO v M 9a m
Going East, passenger. 1 3035 p ji H) p vt
Going East ! 1 2iPM
Going West to Ramon ' 2 27 v t
City Union T1ck olc. 122 North Main sirewi
and L'nion Depot, Docglas avenae.
WICHITA A wxsTEKN K. R.
TRAINS. ' IRBIVg 1 ITVTF
Going Wet, pas. (daily).
Going Ea--t, pass
Going Eau freight.
D H. Rhodes, Kreicht A Pays. Art. !2JN. Maa
snpu cor tj sad ftcm U
Tn'on TleVet 2ce 122 North Main stre-c xrf
Union Depot, DuoifUft avc&ac, w. D Mcroock.
ATCH10. lOPKKA A SANTA KtH.lt.
j AKKIVE t ir..vv
NORTH AND EAST.
Colorado nd CallforaU ex--
Chicago express j
SOCTH A.VO WET. j
OVtehooB A- Panhandle ex'
TeiHs EiBress . . . ,
Ca hi well Express.
hit fateB TtcVwc eOec tH Nari iLii creec Asd
Ualea Danot. Djl- trK.
ELDRME & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE-Bradstreefs Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Nat'l Banfc.
R. W. ELDRIDGE,
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
LIVE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEECHAJJTS
TORPEDO SHOOTER'S STORY.
Us- Things Ho Thonght of Durinjr a
riLrht Tlirougli the Air.
Not every day does one meet with a
man who has been blown Eoventy-five
feet through the air and lived to tell of it,
but such a man is John ifcQeary, who
lives in a comfortable home in (jreen
point with his wife and two children,
and drives a custom house truck down
town for a living. He was at lunch
near by when one of tho steam-heating
explosions at the corner of Broadway
and Fulton street took place, and so was
a reporter. The atmosphere was con
ducive to explosive story telling, and
McCleary told of his experience to an
Interested group, and produced a number
of newspaper clippings to verify the-ex-traordmary
occurrence. One of them
was from the Eldred (Penn.) Eagle, and
it called McCleary the hero of the nitro
glycerine explosion at Haymaker, Pa.,
in 1880, and said that every stitch of
clothes had been stripped from his body
during his flight of seventy-five feet
through the air.
McCleary explained that he was what
is known as a torpedo shooter. In de
scribing his sensations he said: "When
the explosion took place I was probably
twenty feet from the stuff. I saw a
blinding flash as if the world had sud
denly taken tire. I knew that I made an
attempt to run from the derrick. I felt
that I had maybe a minute to live, and
I remember resolving to occupy that
minute in running. All at once it seemed
to me as though in the attempt I had
taken a fearful leap, and that I was going
down down as one in a dream. I knew
intuitively that the explosion had taken
place, but I had not heard the report,
strange to say. Everything looked blue,
and I began to wonder if the explosion
had killed mo and if I was dead. I cal
culated how many others were dead. I
could hear their widows crying and I
vitnessed their funerals. I suppose it
took mo ten seconds to be thrown to
where I was found, but it seemed to be
ten years, and I had time to think of a
thousand different things.
"Finally I lost consciousness, and that
tvas when I struck the ground, I sup
pose. I was badly broken up, and finally
gave up 'shooting' wells for good and
came to New York. No, now that I
realize the great risk, the hazardous life,
tho almost daily danger of death, I would
not go back to it again for a farm."
New York Times.
Xo Kvidenco to the Contrary.
A young Catholic priest, shortly after
beginning his labors in Uis first parish,
received a visit from oris of the older
fathers. Anxious to show 'she progress
he had made he called up a class in cate
chism for questioning.
"Biddy Maloney," he began, "stand
A slip of a girl, with blue eyes and
brown freckles, arose in her place.
"What, Biddy," said the young father,
"is meant by the howly state of matri
mony?" "Shure," began Biddy gMbly, " 'tis a
sayson of tomiint upon which the soul
inters to fit it fer the blissid state to
"Och!" cried the questioner, angry and
mortjfiod; "to the foot of the class wid
ye, Bidly Maloney. It's the m'aning of
purgatory ye'ro afther givin'."
But hero the old priest interposed with
a quizzical smile. "Not too fast, me
young brother," he said restrainingly
"not too fast. Fer aught you and I
know to the conthrary the gurrul may
be perfectly right." Harper's Magazine.
Feminine Qualities In Great Men.
Furthermore, I believe that in the
highest minds a certain intermixture of
this feminine element of intuition with
tho masculine element of pure reaaon is
always present. Great wits jump; that
is to say, they are essentially intuitive.
They eee at a glance what- plodders take
years and years to arrive at. There i3 in
nil genius, however viril, a certain un
dercurrent of the best femmine charac
teristics. I am thinking now not merely
of the Raphaels, the Shelleys and the
Mendelssohns, but also even of the New
tons, the Gladbtones and the Edisons.
They have in them something of the
womanly, though not of the womanish.
In one word, the man of genius is com
prehensively human. As he always re
sults from a convergence of many fine
stocks upon a single point, so also, it
seems to me, he often results from a
umon or convergence of male and female
analitiea. Granr Alien in Forum.
Traveling for the First Tlmp.
A railroad engineer in Maine saw a
man on the track waving at him a few
days ago, and, hi mind filled with the
possibilities of impending1 dangr.stopped
the tram. Every one was in a high state
of excitement, but the man coolly boarded
the sinokingcar without uttering a word.
He lookf-d as if he had not traveled far !
iruiu tus li-iuveiicaiu, w - .veua Hucr
tioned.said: '-Wal. Iiu.st waTed mrhand '
'cos I wanted to get on the keer Tra
going ter Wells, and I never been on the
keers bt-fore." He spoke, it is said, with
an unmistakable air of innocence, and
raided such a flood of good nature that
the conductor silently toot his fare, and
when he 1-nued at Wells he was loudly
cheered m honor of hia first nde. Phila
InrenUotis for Smoker.
The invcsinocs for smokers are so
marry that a division of the patent office
has to V given up to them.. One of the
most ennoas jjr mvecrioas is a rest or
brace by -winch tb waignt of the pipe is
taken of the t-eth and re-eted on the
chin. There are umbrella-; which can
bo turned into pipes and "pzwiB which can
be turned into canes, and there are a
hundred inventions for the cutting off
of ends of ajjars, some of which are
probaWy valuable. Frank G. Cnrpen
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THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The following rated osder the different teadlncs
will be rfrjursw.
Y&yable Strictly in Advance.
S'o ai-rvrtUepitats. tat-a for leai Una. 10 cents.
33b lias (Ulti.rtittCieattf rfuLrffua uliae rate as t wo
KODYjEBTLStaiKKTS TAKEN TO RUN' UN-
Prices ctfrra ursilfccltsilied tsaiX In thU column
applies w cad tu local AiYtirtlsemeats. Ho foreign
odrertlMsms aCntt at lxiscs sitem.
AMwerA ttf (uirertlnrtna wat to creot tie
Caqve oSictt f&ould & c.UJtd for xrttbto 10 davs
aftur luMrttos. WienaclvKtlseni'VTtiii. reply for
wrfffc to Urfca stamped tarslopexmast be scat.
HeftsYse to focaer odrcrjlssineizts ioaJd sirs
dissrlpttcm asA Cnto of Insertion or ccuy of the atf-
TaxtlMmriil s&oxua oe fn:
ei raapo.isiD.o istaa
ooasiaaaa by telephone.
'et raspo.isftilo IcradTertUoiijenti flven or dts-
WANTED FEMALE HELF.
Under this head "c per line per day.
TVANTED-A GOOD COOK. XO WASHING OR
Ironing. Apply to Mrs. Blackw elder 1325 North
Water street, Tklce Falrvlew aeaue cars.
TTT ANTED AT ONCE A GOOD GIRL IN SMALL.
family. No children.
622 East Thirteenth street.
Tt"' ANTED A cirl for general housework. Ai-
ply at 1020 North Lawrence a enue. d51-Jt
W-iNTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO HOL'hE
V work. Apply at b05 North La tv reacea. Mrs.
WANTED-A GOOD COOK
Vr ANTED TWO DINING ROOM GIRLS ANL
V one chambermaid to go to Amarlllo. Tex.
Wages, 116 per month and transportation. Address
Hardw lck house. Klow a, Kan. dsO bt
WANTED- AGOob COOK AT 1315 N. EM
"WfANTED-A NURSE GIRL (WHITErAT 126
W. Third st. dsox
1VANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
work CaU and see Mrs. W. J. Wilson. 1047
N Topeka aTe, "Itf
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at 115 N. Topuka. Good
wages to good cirl. None other need apply. d7J-tt
Miscella n eous.
WANTED-A girl tweUo to fifteen years old at
lUa" North Emporia. dSi-6f
Al ANTEDA-'1 HOROUGHLY COMPETENT
A lady stenographer and type writer, w ho
writes the 3tn l'liman and operates the callgraph.
Address A. L. fa., cro Eagle oflice. d.7 1-t
SIT UA TIONS FEMALE.
tndcr this head lc per line per day.
WANTED-A LADY WITH DAUGHThR
twelve years old wants a position as house
keeper for gentlemen. Address "II" Eagle otllce.
31 iscella neous.
"WANTED-UY A YOUNG LADY SITUATION
as stenographer. Can furnish best of refer
ence. Address Miss E. care Eagle otlice. dSI-U
VUANTED-POslTION BV LADY STENO
t grapher. 3) ears esperltnce. Operates ll.m
ington and Caligraph. City references. Address G.
N. U , euro tagle oillce. da3t
Under this Head 2c ptr line per day.
WANTED MALE HELF.
Under this head 2c per lino per day.
"T ANTLD Ten operators at tho Overall factory,
ljy North Uopek.u dal-bt
U'A.N'ILI) IWtNTY COOPERb TO MAKE
t lard tltrces, btst prices, good stock, steady
cmploj nitut. J. M. Moore A. Co., ichlta, Kau,
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
VANItD-A COMPETENT BOOK KLEPLR
W and stenographer. Must have good know),
edge of general business. Graduate 01 southwest
ern Business college preferred. Address A. C U.
tnls office. d7s tf
man. Address Dry Goods, city, box ?JG.
"f ANTED A good gent solicitor on salary or
commission. Apply at 2Ua North Main.
SITU A TIONS MALE.
Under this head lc per line pur day.
WANTED A position by a harness maker. Ad
dress W. M., latfi Riddle avenue, Wichita. Kas.
YVrANTED-A SITUATION BY NO. 1 ENGINEER.
Address, Frank Nichols. iltMalhewson ave
Wichita, Kan d73 12f
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
WANTED-A POSITION IN GOOD PRIVATE
family b huoand atid wife as cook lad g
eral workman. Address Norkmii. care L?le
X. ndet n.is heiid 2e pr l.oe prr day
- A ri' i.D -l s AN T" Ki e"W M LN FOR HW
II Mexico They ay they will pa mn down
and back If they work . moutUi. iaC tr tl-m
II 10 per dny aalp oa tae 3wh Man and w.fe
wantHl oa farm men and teams to plow for whtat.
alarm hands at t Is pr month i corn cttu-r Sdin
lLg room girls 6 gins for tons work, s nee ureu
to run on tra n, good o, big pay J R. ken
worthy 4. to S3 bast LKwigia.. deft-
A GENTS WANTED.
X ader this bead 3e per Hoe pr day
A r an T hSit 'iiS t R al an d sTptci a l agk n t
TT for th and c;c.ninr $tatn ao caarang.
so book DiuieM PermaeiC bosji-. that wsu
py from ti'i to IMJ jt ruooin. No eipr x MMt
fr.i.r .mm)i iKrrmj.fil 1. if. i r i all f Kl s.mh
uui street, room u. -ir
-ytt ANTEDAGE.VT IN ENERYC1TT TOWN
W and mia m th ibij stAi, nptu
rtate of Ka&sa.- to take subvert plioot. l'uMmaMerx j
copies iree. Caa ttxsiaifcs!, aoajycaa U muO-. j
bygetuagopdebi ACdres the Wuia
V Iciit. Eaa. - I
3-, rry a - a. rrtf.rvA. .n j.tTtrc.i.i rwiBimi Tn..
WA NT ED- MISCELLA NEO US
Tft ANT1.D THE LiDIEs. OF WICHITA TO
vaow taat U . CoaltU ha opened her d-- j
staking deartaitat -Vf we -ecooa tre
v Lere she w :.: be plued to ill Ser old f -lataTi
and as loy sew obca, M-Mr."
AVTEH Hor-E To rt a re&4 modern.
: or e rooms, cjty pssr im Mirn. um
too far oat Call or io6. cr swiVr te t
edoe of the w arrea lsaucai cxMaany, ifc s
WAT.D-Totrda goerf hovT hor "bUrt)
perfwtiy rat, itabt tot ttgh Ury
- or for rar-1ae. H aat ta tra4e for a ore
that a lAj caa dnvre ta aaery H ? U
;reoc Sf oSx sMiU. Address -Hor. ar Laete
,. to Lacrw that J 1 cMaa. saaao imam.
tram Tofka. Ho)ig at tfe Mmhrtfw hm4.
trr by twiiaaoae cr otaJ card. IX
VlT .XTEDAX EXERCETIC WOMAJS. OVER
Y 2s trtt - Wort. Beat, hms n. ac
UUrj. Address -.-ear K-e. 4Ttf.
AKTED-BCTEiS IX TOM rVSSFT CAIU
jirtt is uj ocr at .xttrajooua yurrnLgs
Bejoslw-T-3. S5 .
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
"TVrANTED-EDUCATED LADY OR GENTLE-
man. with ttlllto ta-eaa interest In money
making business. Work light; toSicel hours short.
Address "R," care of Eagle. d T7 if.
TTANTED-A LADY WHO SPEAKS GERMAN"
T and English, can secure good position. Hoina
work or travel Most be a responsible person. Ad
dress "D" care Eagle. d 77 tt.
T"ANTED-CLERKS. BOOK KEEPERS. STEN-
i ographers and telegraph orerators, or othea
persons w ho wish to become thoroughly competent
In the above branches, to cah at the s-oathw estera
Business college, comer Douglas aad Topeka ave
nues, Wichita, Kaa. to tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Under this head Zc per line per day.
FOR SALE-HARDWARE srroRE. BEST
stand in city. Trade good, bssiness increAslc.
Cash custom. For particulars address ftii South
Martinson. W est Side. Don't write unless you mean
FOR SALE-Well lmprovel Selgwlcfe county
farm, il,ax $OJ cash. No safer investment
can be made. CaU or write at oece. Israel Bros
FOR SALEGras on sO acres, 6 mites east. Price
30cash. Israel Bros. dM-u
1?GR SALE-ONE COMPLETESfTT RIlAiS WIV
" dow dstures for gents furnlshlag goods. 39 East
Douglas avenue ds-t
FOR ALE CHKAP-SEERAL FINS REM
dence lots on Klversjde aveaoe, Riversidtt ad
dition. Will be sold si a bargain. Address J it.
G-, Eagle offlce. .
OR PALE-THK FIN'EsT Th.vM AND CAK
riage in Wtchita If jo want something nke
call early on Morris J. Roou, la Flrebauh block.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-A JUMP SEAT CAR
rlage almost new; Hlghlaml lark Dalrv. J.
FORSALE-AT A BARGAIV-ONE OK THE
best retail confectionery, bakery ami Ice crentn
parlors in the state of Haasa. Old cstabUsbed
house, will bear elo-e lnv etlgutlon, and S a rare
bargain. Inquire ot L. M. Cox. wholesale con
fectionery. 215 and 217 south Main s , Wichita,
Kansas. a :mst
"170R SALE OR TRADE-A FINE HENERY. sX
Jj VI Can le converted luto.other uses. Call at 3X.7
vaco. A. Fleemun. dsttft
FOR SALE-CLE.4N STOCK GENERAL MER
cliandlse for land and money. Address J s.
Ill Curtis su. Council Blurfu, Ia d0 Wt
T7OR A LE-TWO SHARES EVOLKWOOD
JD 1 own company stock. orasafeaiHl nroAtablo
Investment, address John Bamford. 336 River St..
OR SALE-CHEAP, A FEATHER BED. AT
243 N cw l ork av e. dTs if
TTOR SLE A WALTER A. WOOD MOWING
JL? machine. Inquire at room ST. Zimmerlj build
TWENTY-FIVE CENTs, A HUNDRED. AT
this ofUce, old papers suitable lor packlaj: pet
ting under carpets, etc dl37 tl
T?OR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND
JL writers note books, blank receipt.' and notu
books and legal blanks of every kind Mall orders
promptly attended to Cll on or updrrss the Wlch
ta Eagle. W lchlu. Kan, I-tf
OR SAI.E-A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPH
map ot ttecityof Wichita. gives namesof streets"
pubhc buildings. coUtges, parks, etc. size Uxli on
Lnen paper, price a crnls each, o tut U i ruu- jj
cents a dozen. AUdleSsthe WlchiU Eajle, Wlcklla.
EOR Sale DFEDs, 3IORTGAGES AND ALL
kinds of legal blanks, blank receipt books, note
books, etc.. at tho U lch.ta hagle oClie. Orders by
mall promptlv attended to. dMO-lf
FOR SALE Cattle.
3 Ann CATTLE I-OR SALE-WE HAVE 10)
VJLIU nnllvi ftedniir steers, two irs old.
i)j tarllng, 00 half breed two s, JO itrlui. all hoar
city Will $ !U heap for cish. or six months time
with good security one-third cash Alo.UUJ3 aad
4- cur-old halt bretd steers in (. herokeo strip pant
ure. one-thinl tash, llanceslx months time, hn
ijutr on bldrldge A.- Campbell, stock yards W tt
FOR SALE Household Goods.
Under this head 3c per Hue per dav
IfOR SALE-HOUSr HOLD GOODS-ONE FOLD
lng bed and other household goods, cheap, S3&
south 'lopeWa ave l sl-tiC
IOR SALE OR TRADE A FIRST-CLASS PAK
lor organ, book case unu ilesk. antique oak bul
room sj t, feather ld. lot of Ixildlng. china dlhe,
etc. W 111 sell very cheap lor cash, or will trade for
good horse and buggy. Call or addrts room Mi
Sedgwick block d Sl-M.
LOST-A SHOPPINlt BAG t itSl AIN 1N( PI RSL
of 17 between lalrvtew avenue a.nd Jacksou
ou rhlrttfnlhstiect. Return to this offlieaad ro
celve reward. d5-4t
LO&T FIVE PHOTOS FROM ROGLR" f.AL
lery. Please return to OS Waco, Mrs J fc.
r OST-A HEAVY GOLD HAND RIMS. KV
la gravel inside the Initials H II D and evenl
dates, on the outride has a narrow gold bur rtinnian
part wav around In the celiter of the rtag also a
small gold ball on outside, r inder pi(Me leave ll at
hagle oflice and gtt reward d-tf
Under this head it per linj pr day.
STRAYED-A SMALL ROAN COW. LEFT HOKV
broken off and hipped. In the left hip Part ten
will be rewarded by leaving same at 238 Wost NorrU
S RAYED OR s;TOLEN-FROM RaRN NEAR
1 hird and W Ichlta streets Sunday nlaat a dark
lion gr mare thi-e years old rnd ol lull altuiwt j
wnlti, has ccier tteeu sboti. Kcwarn u rionieti or
furanj Inforiualion. Address A. Mymr 1U
Last Uak street dS6-lt'
OTRAYf D-A small BLAt K PI I'PY RE1 URN
k"2 to2K south W ater St. a:.d gel renid.d fel-tf
WANTED Uorscs andjyhiclcs.
FOR SA LE Horses and Vehicles
l ndtr thi head U prr lin per day
lORSALE-A UM. FAMlVA HORSE. YOUNG,
JL sound nod g-ntU. gouii driver aad ane nwldlo
animal Addtr I. E D, Earle ofik-e. dJ-A
I70R sALE-IIORsE. DOUBLE SEATED il'H
X rey ami hari". Anj perxm w Ishiae to boy a
tin- outntciieao will lliul this raro opportonuy.
AddreM M. L iagte ohkt
J?OR SALE OR TRADE A SPAN OF LARGE.
. heavy, work mule, time frtvea Udtid. ha
sas Ntloual Kau... d I-tf
TOR SALE-A GOOD FAMILY HORSK AND
i. photon boggy, laqalreuf U. W, Jooee, Bugl
FOR RENT Houses.
I rder thif head 2c per line per day.
iErFOR H M A wttail home lc o of tho bwt
Ki loctlon in the itv aIm barn with rooaa tor
carriage twol.orse nd hy. Will rent Utvmhrr
ot teparat" tail at ii.' -south Lawrace ''HM.
g FOR R NT Eight room how near Uarflold
uEL university SperoMtulb. H. J. Plalorvia
ffn FOR RENT-Houeof rlnht KWuwWo
HI sear Catnii Roth hot a cold wuvaod
lurnact! TbeianUo all ot th floor for tale:
Uo Koud ranire w,th attachment atl atada la
(juire room J.1 -lrwlcfc bU-cK dW-tf
1;OR ALE K""" roam hootw. hntra. Sitf foot
ground f-nred frott, e front, iasld- of all
railroad two Mock I rota Doaclaa ateaao. I LOW.
part caih. Iwacl Bros ?,"1
ttTfoR RE.NT-FIVEBOOM HOUrZ OS WACX
l ar Third very cheop; all ely pa-
p-T-d Addra tool fV-a efllc0 S0U
Al'OR RENT--IX ROOM tOTTAGE MaK
15 Harrv t ,a soon uwr-tA-t, n lajo
aiooUi W J I'-abu IR North MaJa.
rnriH RENT -HOI OF TWELVE ROOM.
E. H"t aivd oid waber. ctoM la. p-o-Uy faratefaed
II de!r--a. I ul t JH Third . dl
FOR RENT Rooms.
tad'f thi. had lc -Mr litnepK Jr
1710R RENT one lamo roota aad win im-u U d
aired, orcao otobtoc haM fttar a cl-t la.
qalre at J46 cvw
F-DR RENT-Boon famtuht-d er -utrttrM-d to
d-lrb4 prtte. No S hota L-r-r--c-r
Va 1,1 board aad TX'-m l4x -aaty-4 m
j-acher. Reaorher. etc.. at rvtuuNr utrma.
OR REVT-XJer fwl- 1
Uvi van area or.
roR RET-rroKE so mi vnutr riturr t
X" Oe Ftrxt w-r Mate. m rt-(sat atom. UfCfc.
t.T elos-K. ir. e tectum, imij T pm
-jr HET Mlt FTRimWEO BOOJtt fOR
Jb ret? th eto-sa. m a WaferM. dftSof
r-rr z: -
T7OR REXT-NKK IUU.V A rnuT
J? room rtth nottrt caarrmUmeum ad Wnr
xrJtXr- ta ta onti m ugaiu up, tmm iae
Maaha-tAs bocw. aqair of Dr FnrtBTla th
K7-A VERY DI1BALE FCRJIUH
tA root, w i -NnhxwlB. UitC
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
UnAr tfchwd- sr m- y 4-.
rarrthlihdK v Oa raai
roB TRAUR-nrrr lts ix cm or u
X Mw. ' at- aim fjat farm
laad h !
p4 rudamt yroarty la Wteatta. Jmipt
T-OH TR.AOC Oil SaLR-A kjoo pajKjwi.
HrT . ,ta
Mo'et to LOaje-os rvtsvm, ttujmsK ,
araiaa. aawo. agriaa. Jft.Efrr !
dt Co ram iSJiJL whit ha r. ; SMC Stf-tt I
THE PEOPLE'S C0LUMK
Your Wants Supplied.
FURNITURE LOAN CATTLEIAVN'SjioN'r
ey loaned oa almost eTerythlDg by J. F. Lnd
lum. over StaSord s grocery, corner Ilrst and ilxic.
MONEY TO LOAN-WE WILL LOAN YOU
mon-r on long or short time on farms or dty
property, also on horses. catUe. grain, noosehokl
goods. iU Roosea Harper.au aad 231 SexIgwJc-c
Week. j 4j.tr
-fONEY LO.O.ED ON HORSES. BUGGIES
J.X covs. ptacos. booMold fttratture. etc Note
boeght, II you want a iaall uxmut of moaer
come and see us. w T Nash A. t.al8 North Vto
THE WESTERN SCHOOL or KLOCUTJOV
ami oratory will oeen ta Y Tt C. A. bolldtB
September at 3 a, m. Flfteea yrs qparWat.o U
Indiana ami Raker unlTrsitl- is the ba oC Uw
work to be done Dr H.A tioten. ax-prmlJiat aC
the Baker anivirlty. say Tlw rni'ibeil a Dr.
Hos ta teaihintf i locution aad oratory are of U
very be( charicir. Tbr ImiltX riencat aloae t
vnotUi more thaB Ibe costs or Um lss." Writ
for circular or call at CI North Topeka aveu. SeArar
W. Hw, Prla Ipal 4 Six
MISCEL LA NEO US.
Undrr this head 9c por lte pmr da jr.
I -LOWER "tTS AND HANOINU H.SKRTs
le-H than rnt to clos Umrb out at ta&4KI
cent store. North Mala sjrre. &H-H
R. LE DITS PERIODICAL PILLS. THD
zrrM Kreoch re-nedv a-t dlra-UT Uh aara-
tnwlsMeta and. ji4Uvel- cure oppre i.toti of tho
nieev-s Warraatcd te promote HMMtfuwUcn.
Tbeoe pills bouM aot It takra daring pmMkiKr
Amertcaa Pill compaay. royal. proprMMr. bpen
err. Irt. 32. GraatiM suppiird by Cht. Lttwraoo
KB Etutt Doo.'Us, WWhtu. Kaa.. dt wMnhKi aad,
retail. 4 kaa t aad 1 1 yr.
TAUNTON" MILITARY ACADKMY - FOR
vounc men aad Worn for Uid cnfhawiB. ad-
dre-' s.taoatoa Military Academy. sxaa&iaB. Va.
JU next ettr oa Monday fiiii)t w. nm. Kor
particii'arsvAl! on or addre J. X. NuyW. Prin
pal. 2b E Thml c rf7 te t
This oflice is prepnred to furnish xll tho
blanks which are tl in connwtioD with
provintr up homeJteitli in Oklttboma. Wo
Use Coop s blnnks.. which are the oalj
blanks printed that have been .spprovml by
the land commiasioaor at Wnshington.
Imperial Hour hRs, many imitators buo
no rivals. KM.f
The grub that utukos th butter fly
TVatlles from-lmporinl dour. 180 tf
Take at TVh.
Loavo Kanstas City 1O.C0 a. m., arrlvo
Chicago 7:'iS a. ui., dally. SantA Ft rewtu.
Old papers for sale at thb oflke S8 ecnC
per liundrtMl. 29tf
Blank charters aud all kind of lofi.il
blanks for sale by
THK W'icntTA K.GJJ,
dTl tf Wkhita, Kansas.
Colorado short Hue, Missouri Pacific
railway, through cr strvtc to 1'iwWo.
Colorado Springs ami Denver, MiaMinrl
Pacific railway. WS tf
Regular weekly excursion to Owla
springs, yantn l. RtMi Friirco via WinAdld.
One fare for round trip every Saturday
and Sunday limited to return .Monday.
For particulars inquire at ! North Main
street and patfeonger fetation.
V. D. IMvniHKK,
BO-tf Pa, aud TkU ARaut.
Deeds, Mortgage., otc , fNobraekn form
for Oklahoma, for nale at this otUc.
Aderbs tho WichitaEAGLK, WJchiU Kais
Ivopt In u Table Drawer at tb (lotmrn
ment Printlug Oflice.
Seven tlionflftnd dollRra' worth of gold,
dribt in a taSjlo drawer! Poko your fin
gerd into tire yellow stuff aad notico how
Bof and agrcoablo t) tho feeling it 1,
whilo the attendant in cUaxo wntcbcti
yon carefully and bws that yoa do not
get uway with any of it. It in fimooth to
tho touch Inxamse it 18 all compoaed oZ
gold iMMiteru' film, rnbbod to olmont tm
imlpublo powder For tho Biime mnon,
too, it la absolutely pure aud virsin nwrUil,
tw.nt3 -four carats fine
The drawrr ih in charge of a-protty
yonng gtrl at the gnvtrruncat printing'
office. Her work therb is to stamp goM
k'ttoring and omnrnpntjiticn. upon book
covem The jjreciou-i onbf tunc coincri
to har in tho nhap' of littl rvctangular
ehecta of foil inexretwihlr thin, bud be
tween laycrn of tiaww !) ntodn up to
book form, tweh bork holdi&ir twenty-
four gold ebeetii. Ilundlnig tliozn k n.
matter requiring grt-at iikill, tboagh you
might not imagine it from aurMi) tuopco
turn To begin wilJi. wy tlwsy&ung-wom-un
place- on th1 table Ujfoxe bar an ardi
nary leuthur Ixx.k cover bhe ixltm from
tho little K"d book a ttheut of tlio foil,
not with her niigT, but by ditching it
up with a Kiii.il pad of rarw cotton.
Laying down the lut of pore yoliow
gold upon a little rinb, woi1b it intxj
tlirco pircrt uith a nbitrp knife. Sbo
makt-fl it emootn by blowintr neatly npou
it with her bruiith- On- of the pircM
fibo Hiihc to tne bKik of th ooroc
where the tifl i to go, asotlwr uho fdo
puta on the bnck whnra thv name of Um
author u to b, wldla tho tlurd bigcat
pieoo is spxea1 over tb ravMle of oc
0p of th rover, where au orn&uumtal
design im wnnted.
Th& op-nttor w very careful ta rubbuig
off the loon? gold af tor txich utammng, no
to lode none of it An thv umb the
leather trprxtd utick ahe priaits- tins yel
low stuff to fall tl'roTMrn a cmok in tho
Uble top into the drawer UsseeUi in tb
ahapo of dust. If ui allowed to accujau
late tber until th dmtrr I CuD. Tb
drawer m qmt bg afll dep, utmI will
liold 510.CO0 worth of the drut. You
would not tmaglx it to be asyrwy pity
cioua eubptnco tf yon found a quantity
of it in Kflv; odd piacc; it look &i nrark
lik jyrwdored trncel a anything dto.
However, tt u worth $20 ua ocnoc, a&d
when a drawer full is coHctcd tint gold
ie forwarded to the miuttn PhUaUntphU,
which rcbjectn tt to aaaay awl Mrsda a
ch'sok for its v&lu.
The young woolen 13 bxdd rtaocsfbl?
for the t&ttAj of the gold in the tfrawar,
Shr casrim the key to it aboet wtth her
a-lways, and nobody but herself hi id
lowed acetyl to it There dews not tsixa
to be any rjoaon why aiV Bfaoold nt tij
j pfjckett u tnuIJ quantity of it coea
riouiilly if the dedrtd, tboJfh tiws nun
bcr of Viokh of gUd fail chwyd a-ziixxt
her do wsrvf mxnr iort 0 cdvrck iu tho
account an to th tainl csoplciycirl ta ta
way. WaitxngUm fcjtar
DUC AT IONA.L MOTES.
The tdhooi board of Majutkitin, l B
vmt room JJ4 IwSateg a f VM,-
A nun ef MAJJfi bos hea mtCjKd Iff
Amtste latltt for the f jrthr3iOo sfc
higher ilcai i&-Atkw vt wcxat a ta
JebiM Uopkt&t caTrrtly
Tale unavesMtT umz& c& k attralbaVMit
of orar l,?t0 cu"aU for th bust toflf e
yaar, iofhnUftg iA froakfaa d wr tUi
is th acadmiCBi drpjnaabt
Jn lie UaiTarKty of iHrita tEec4pe
Tcbt vail hdav-ortk i rfJrvUd ta -sriuw
aad x mammer kxSr)ahr Qvdl yar.
(Im uszm "vrB-swU" kiOwsrs te gexeai.
tavi ba yioatril) rt pcobtMr ichmvatm
m the uiirx-lmiusc vpartt wtocfc to . ,
praMas: iMHsiac - & J
O jiimin Immaumtxmm U ttiat ot lxdr-a ;