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fipe tSSicWta Ipailij gagle: ffriclaij Pntm j5 c;ptemfar 26, 1890.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during: the past 24 hours 90
cattle, 756 hogs and 20 Horses. Ship-ments-133
cattle, 275 hogs and 20
Thero was a fair supply of cattle on hand
today. The market was active, and yes
terday's prices were well sustained all
the good cattle offered found ready sale,
as the buyers were all on hand and wanted
cattle. Some of the speculators com
plained that the local packers were paying
such good prices that they (the specula
tors) could not afford to buy them. This,
however, was relative only to fair and
good butcher stuff. There was a moder
ate supply of feeding steers and stockers
which found an active market, and several
buyers waiting to take them as soon as
they arrived. The market closed strong.
Chicago and Kansas City markets steady
and prices unchanged.
The supply of hogs was quite liberal as
compared with yesterday. The market
ruled strong to 5 cents higher throughout
the day. The quality was fully a nickel
better than yesterday. Packers and ship
pers bought most everything that was
offered. There seemed to be enough on
sale to supply the demand all around.
Four loads sold at $4.12f, which was the
top. Packing grades and heavies ranged
S44.12X, according to quality. There
was quite a run of pigs which sold at $3.00
(rt.4. The clone was strong. Chicago mar
ket firm and prices steady. Kansas City
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET,
WicmxA, Kan.. Sept. 23.
There was a fair supply at th yards and all good
grades found read sale. Good butcher btuff, stock
fcteers and feeders are wanted.
Native shipping steers, good t extrt,..f8 25 (53 75
Good to extra naUve butchortten8,1000(
12001bs 2 75 s3 00
Kath e feeding steers 2 50 (2 05
Native blockers 2.10 Cj2 U
C holce cows and brlfrrs 3 15 r(20
rnirtogood cons aud hoifisrs 105 2 01
Hulls nnd stags 140 3175
Fat yearling 2 00 (&i .
Good yearlings 175 (22 00
Grafts cows 1 :i5 (& 50
Lannors 115 el HO
I oorcrcradek and Kc&llawofs..... 75 (&1 DO
Aral cab eft, per head I M (7 UU
Texaf. steers, good to extra 2 50 (2 75
'i rxns steers, uir 2 20 2 15
Texas cows 125 1 00
Following are the represealatitebuJes of cattle at
the stock yards today:
No. Description. Av'g. Price.
1G Feeding steers- lffli 2 75
1 llutoher ttteer . 870 2 70
14 Slock steers M 2 25
1 Hull .L 1() 1 85
4 Cows and bulls 1U1S 1.1)
1 Heifer , KO 135
Heifers i WR 185
14 Cov a aiMl hotfers !)4 1 M)
9 Cows fl57 180
C Cows 10ml 1 (16
3 Cows 4 h87 ltB'
0 Cow 1UUJ 1 (S
2 Canncrs '.HJ 1 25
2 Oinnor . 4V) 1
1 runner 10TO 1 15
32 CaUos S01 1 10
The supply was fair. The inarkot was strong
throupbout and fall lyacthouad nearly all LhcoHur
xngs changed hamls.
Tho following are the reprebeataUvo sales of hogs
it the jurds toduv:
No Dook Av. Trim No. Dock Av. rrlco
(H) 40 2X3 4 1W! 21 40 XS 4 10
: HI 91 4 lZM 18 8l 3S7J4 4 07l
1 f 215 4 12'-d 7 1J) .tiO 4 tfl
4X bil 241 4 lajs S HI 85B 3 U'i
4't 40 214 4 10 4 W) 5 3 K)
2? ) 21 4 JO mas ANI SINGERS
O 40 212 4 (6 10 .... IfW 4 01
32 40 214 4(jft 10 .... 141 10
2S 240 361 4 05 t 203 ll 3 80
10 ... 27 4 (HI 112 .... in X H)
2.1 ... 21 4 00 j 20 W j; 3 75
SIBXUfl'S, m W) 14R IH
23 .... 810 4 15 I IS BJ 205 rough 3 U)
Good mutton sheep. SftSlBO 1 TflaJ 00
Good stock ewos, 75"sl 3 35A3 51
Good slock, wethers, 75J85 S 003 50
Good to extra lambs 1 lOort 5U
Fair run of hogs.
Market strong to 5 cents higher.
Trade in the cattle alleys quite active.
Prices strong on good butcher grades,
stockers and ieetlurs.
Nat Houston was a strong buyer today.
Hog purchases today: Dold ."44, "Wlrit
takor 120. Steck 135, Mexico 10(5, Hanks D7.
J. S. Lehman shipped a car of horses to
Obamboriburg, Pa., today.
P. iL Butcher came in from Sawyer
with a car of hogs.
C. B. Currie, of Nashville, was on the
market with a car of hogs.
Charles Dorsey had in a car of hogs from
G. 11 MundorfT & Co., nazelton, was on
the market with a car of hogs.
W. G. Amett, Anthony, sent in a car of
J. B. Koll had in a car of cattlo from
White & Cain, Freoport, had a care hogs
at the yards.
"W. T. Bouse, Medicino Lodge, sent in a
aw of hogs.
Bosloy Bros., city, had a bunch of cattle
at the yards
J. H. Cannon, Claflin, had in a car of
Holley & Ncagle, Gcnosoo, had a car of
cattle and hogs on the market.
S. Crouch came in from Ashlnnd with a
car of mixed Rtouk.
Harvey Grace, Cheney, camo in with a
tar of cattle and hogs.
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
Through the kindness of Secretary Run
yon a reporter learned today that begin
ning October 1 a new tariff relating to live
stock would go into effect on all the rail
roads entering Wichita, which will make
an average reduction of $2.15 per car on all
live stock coming to these yards from any
point. This is another decided advantage
in favor of tho Wichita live stock market.
The reduction has boon brought about by
much hard work of the stock yards com
pauy, who are always looking after the
lest iutorests of their patrons. Much
credit is due Mr. J. R Howard, tho special
ngont of the company, who has put in
much time and hard work to secure thes,e
reduced rates, and it will certainly be ap
predated by tho live stock shippers.
LITE BT00K 1IAEKET.
liOmis, Mo. bept. 35 -CATTLE. Receipts.
til- shipments 2100.
I tiah at stockers and feede-s. 5225AS 1M. T.uin
and Indians ft tfUS 4U. H(KJb-Rcelpts 4
it lpmonUs 20. Market stady. Hea $4 50t24 6,
aliKl W s4 50 MIHI'-Receipts lJrW, shlp
Rienu ftu. Market htrong. Good to choice
14 toai &o
Kansas CiTT. Mo, Sept 36-CATTLE-KeccIpts
6..0 shipments SftSi SlarkK stMtd and un
changed Mws S 1034 : cows H ja2 fc Mock
ers and reders iiHW lU; range teers f ! 002 U
nango co n fia?01 HOUS-Hecelpts 7.0JU;
shlpmeut 4770. jjarkot t-teadr to 5c ion en bulk
U 3Xi4v allerades W90S4 .tl SHEEP-Kecelpts
lOlO: siupiiK nil. 1 v. Market steady and unchanged
Lamb W t4iW- moA loiOiouv mutton fo75jji i,
falockotb and frders W anS 25.
Chicago. Ill , Sept. 25,-Th6i Drovers Journal
morts CATTLE iWfpt. 17.000 shipments 4a.Q,
Market slisde lower Mers J. SU tt, lcxas
teers fS 5w2 Hi; Texas cow. $1 T0ii2 00, rangers
W 4(UI 15, bulls and co 1 5tX s5. HOits
Recelpu 21.UW. whlpwnts 4X) Market !.hnd
lunnr. ConiUMMiand packing gradvs U ttt?4 3i,
p'lmc hraj anduutchers'ielgnts$4 K&4 fU: lictat
CVi4 7l slIKLP -Itecel(s 5J0; sfalmnems
Maiket fead .&tlvts 14 ,t4 J. wtim ( W
4 15, Inns f 4 Ms 4 Mt laiuU 15 06 19.
Wichita Oram Mal Uct.
wicniTA. Kan. Sept- -TheiwppMes
ef all kinds centlns eryMght.
Prices unotiaagod ai4 dumimd god.
GRAIN Car lots entraotci
WHEAT-No 2 S'c. No 2 bard tOc. No He, N
CORK No 3orbettcr35t0c. white 43c
KYE No S. or better 73c
H AY ti JO per ton In car lota.
GROUND CORN-Chop In car lots 75c pr 100 lbj
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Neir York Money.
New York: Sept. 25.
Money on call eaty. ranging from 2 to 3 per
cent. last loan 2X, closed offered at 2.
Prime mercantile paper 6G.7W.
Sterling exchange quiet and steady at H 83H for
da; bills oid (t Slii for demand.
Clilcaco Grain and Produce.
CnicAOO. III.. Pept. 25. Wheat Fairly active
and generally stronger.
Corn Fair trade at hlchcr Drices.
Oats Fairly active but unsettled, finally closing
slightly higher than J esterday.
Pork Moderately active and steadr.
xaru rainy active ana nigner.
Short ribs Active and strong.
The leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT September 8o?c December
May II 05.
CORN-beptember 47Jto October 45c May 50c
OATS September 3x. tctoler 3SJ4c May 41 Mc
PORK October J9 50: January $11 62H; May
LARD-October 16 0 January $6 47K. May
SHORT RIBS-October $5 C7& January $5 6
May $6 00.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Steady unchanged,
WHEAT No 2 spring, ftfoc; red, 9GJ&.
UARLEY Nominal, 75c
FLAXSEED-J1 51?1 52.
TIMOTHY Prime 1 2&1 27.
SHORT RIlJ-Sldes$5 25.
SHOULDERS Dry wilted $5 7frJ5 82.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-IS C55 7a
SUGAR-Cut loaf 7Ji(7?ic; LTanulated GJfc; stand
ard A tHc
articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat ' 43.000 IS.OfO
Corn 304.000 rwyro
Oats 176OJ01 2A000
I1UTTER Quiet. Fancy separator
fine 20a'J2c flnu creamerj'. 2223c, good
Ilnest diary, 1S19. fine l15c
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas Citv. Mo., Sept. 25.
The Dnlly Indicator reports.
FLOUR-XX. 65c; XXX 75c: family $1 05; cholco
II 40: fancy tl 70: extra fancy 11 S1 S5- patent
2 WVi. 2 lb.
WHEAT Lower. No. 2 hard cah Sfc'Hc; Septem
ber ftlHc; No. 2 red cash 94(94Hc.
CORN Lower. No. 2 cash 45(?4fi; Septem
OATb Lower. No. 2 cash 8535c; September
RYE Lower. No 2 cash 53c: September 52Mc
I1UTTER Weak; creamery funcy 143l3c
dairy 1015, stole packed 3llc
EGOS Active at 15c
HA V Firm. Fancy prairie 17 50800, good to
choico JG OUiO 50; timothy $7 00&S 5a
bt. Louts Produce.
St. Louis. Mo Sept. 25.
Higher, Cash OTc, December lOOXJc;
47c. May 4fe4fec
Cash 47WKc October 4fi
Ca.h 37c bid: October C9c;
.Tobblnc 10 25.
15 90 for butcher grades.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Twos, c Wilson, Jos. A. Brdraciieil
WILSON & BRTJBACHER,
Attornujsotlaw, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kausu.. lelephoncNo. 1L dUS-tf
W. P. Campiiell. Jab. L. Di'er.
Attorneys at Law, Wicqlta, Xan. lOCtf
H. c. SLCbs w. E. Stanley
SL USS C- STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Biajriji, Harris C Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St, Second floor.
J. R. Hallo well. J. E. Hume.
Late 0. S. Attorney.
Lawyers. 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
P.A.HomiRAroir. W.H. Rauch.
ROJIRBA UGH & RA UC1I,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made auywbero In tho United States and
Canada. No. 147 Main SL. Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
L.wycr. Rooms 2, 1 and 6 203 N. Main St., Wichita,
ADAMS tO ADAMS,
Attornesat Law. Offlce first stairway east of tho
Wichita National Bank. HS-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eje. Ear, Noso and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting glasses.
OHlttj 127 N. Market street,
Ibruel & Myers block.
DR. C. C. FUR LEY.
THYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
office- I residence:
Ml East Douglas A e. i2!S North Market Street.
Profehblona: Oujls Attended Promptly. 65-tf
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's diseases a sprecialty. Home
'or Ladles during confinement, strictly private
hon so desired. Letters of Inquiry confidential
i.l aniwered immediately on receipt of bunie
Home. 711 South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. 143-tt
E. Y. M UN SELL, M. D.
Medical and surgical dl
enses of Eve. Far. No and
Throat. lemonl of facial
and other blemishes; and fit
Ufllco and residence. 12)0
South Emporia. C4-tf
Has qnoned offlccs over 1M North Main street. Wich
ita. With the practice of general medicine and nr
gery Dr. Jennings ill combine special w ork on tho
Lc, Ear, Nose Hnd Throat. Also, tho proper ad
justment of glasses. Offloe hours 8 to 11 a. m., 8 to 5
p. m. residence. &13 Lawrence aenue. D-4i
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Offlce hours 9 to 10 a. m 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday. 9 to
lOJJU-i. m. Room Is. Fechhelmrr Building.
J.M. PHILLir.S. P. E. rniLLlPS.
BHILLIPS P rniLLirs,
V LTERINARY SURGEONS.
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College.
We are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including Dentistry. Canine and Cattle
Practice. Hospital accommodations ror all parents
requiring special care at tl per d-O Persons wish
ing to purciiax' a hore can liae It examined and a
cerUtJcate of soundness slcn for f5. In rgory w
usetiivintestttcMcvsincinaing an operating tatxe.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or mall will receive
prompt attention bv day or night.
Offlce. Ill North Ioinrence Avenue. OSlcetele-
Shone No. 71 Residence 630 N. Topeka ave Rel
enco telephone No. 215. 123 tf
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and BuperinteadAQt.
Bitting block, wlchttA. Kansaa
Rooms IS and
W. R. McJPHERSON,
.Vrchltect. Room ltk No. 200 North Main
W. X. rROCDFOOT. o, w. BIRD
TROUDFOOT C BIRD,
Architects and SuycrlnUadenu. 03c la Fcch-
' A. J. ABPLEGATE. """
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstraoter. Oonveyancer & If otarj Publia
Fine dnuig tttlar a specialty Complete abttracts
tohsv laud la 5uewick county. Hooni 2IS Sedg
wick block Can be found durlnr bHilnes hours at
ouw tMilding KC-tr
Prtore b all sHe n4 yles
Unnst ii -fiTflnrjl -nf nitmrt
He alo carries the finest a&soruaeat -of otatare
t rswes to Uw tttx,
Gte him a Iriesdly ou! oad
JJ. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O. DAVIDSON. Prei. G.A.WALKZR.T.P.
John Derst, Cashier.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ G0O.000
STOCKH'D'RS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank In the StaU
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money by doing- their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BANK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
REAi ESTATE AGEXTS
Fred W. Israel. R. C. Israel
BEAL ESTATE AND RENTS.
1 o buy Wichita city property and Sedgwick county
farmsatpretu-ntprlcesmeani large returns on your
monev, Wichita, nlth her stock and other indus
tries, is Just In her Infancy, and such bargains as we
can now offer were never offered before A word
to tho shiewd investor Is sufficient. If you wish to
buyjou will sae money by listing jour wsnts with
us, as It w ill co-t you nothing whether ou buy or
nou Tho Wichita interests of non-residents proper
ly and promptl cared for. OSico second floor Is
rael Bnlldlng. 1.J5 North Market.
Reference Wichita National Bank, or your Wlch
ta acquaintances. dbo-tf
C. A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal '. Estate Dealers,
Buy andsell'Real Estate on commission, collect
cntf, hae repairs made economically and remit
omptly. Correspondence solicited. Now Is the
ins to buy and lay the foundation for a fortune
N. Main bt. Ground Floor. Reference All Hir
es for whom 'ne hae done business, here or else
WASSAM, DA VIES 0 ROOD
EEAL ESTATE AGEXTS
Largest list of city and Island property for sale.
Also the famous AIIn and Hitchcock fruit lands
for sale. rit for information.
Oalce Moody building, Galeston. Texas, 102tf
r . j. a ifilsox.
Dentist. H workguaranted flrst-olnss. Odlce
US East Do-.glas aeuue over P iiilJoncs &. Co.'s
dm store, V .hita, Kansas. 151-tf
BR. E. H CREDITOR.
Dentist. Offlce 144 N. Main over bmith& Stover's.
Vlinllzed air administered. Residence CM N. To
peka avenue, Wichita, Kansas. 51-tf
I. W. SMITH,
Dentist. Room 400 Sedgwick building, Wichita,
Kansas. d&j tf
Full sets of teeth. 5. -s, and $10;
Gold Illllngs, $1. and up, slUer, 75c;
Extracting wth cocaine, 50c. Wo
BOYD'S DENTJ L ROOMS,
Dr. T. F, Rovn. Dr. J. .. Hollenrlroer
113Eust Douglas Avenue. lu3-tf
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board nnd tuition, per annum. $150 Addre.
Sitter Superior. Sisters of Charity. B. V. M. 105-tf
MISS ANNIE C. REEL,
VOICE CULTURE '. AD . PLVIS'O.
Room 315 bedgwlck Block. 10S lm
I Yard, 541 West Douglas.
Branch office 137 North Main. Telephone 182. dlX
IROPO-ALS FOR OAT:. CORN AN'D BRAN
Headquarters Department of the .Missouri, of
fice of tho chief quartermaster, it. Lon.s, Missouri.
September JU, ls'v'sealfxl proposals. In trhillcateiJ
subject to the usual conditions, will be receued aU
inis omce ana nt tno omc-s oi tne quartermasters at
the following named posts, until 1.! o clock, noon,
central standard time. October 6th, lssy. and then
opened, foi furnishing and delivering during the
fiscal rear endinc June .10. 1SU1. oats, corn and bran.
at Forts Leaienworth and Idler. Kansas, and Fort
.suppl. I. T and bran at Forts Reno and Sill., O T.
Proposals lor deliver at other points will bo enter,
talned. lllddtra mus state the places where tney
propose to mal o dil eries The goeniment re
servoa tho right to reject any or all bids, or to con
tract for either kind of supplies, or t-uch portion of
each as may be considered Tor the best interest of
the sen ice itid to waive suih defoctsas are not in
conflict with the liw. Preference w ill be given to
arilclei of domestic production or manufacture.
conditions of quality and prlco (Including In the
price of foreign productions or manufactures the
duty thereoni being eqtidl lllank proposals and
printed circulars eivlng full Information will be
furnished on application to this olbce or to the
quartermasters of the posts named. Ln elopes con
taining proposals should be marked "Iroposals for
Oats. Corn aid Bran at , and addresKl to
the undersigned, or to the respective post quarter
master. W. FOVTElt, Quartermaster, U. . a ,
Chief Quartermaster, VS 4t
Take at Ten.
Lonve Kansas City 10.00 a. m., arrive
Chicago 7:25 a. m., daily. Santa Fe route.
Chicago express vin the Missouri Pacific
railway, leaves "Wichita at 7:45 a m. Chi
cago next morning S o'clock. Missouri
Pacific railway. 107 tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale bv
The "Wichita. Eagle.
dTl tf "Wichita, Kansas.
It Is Much Too Serious.
"You are not giving us any jokes about
the hot weather," remarked the editor to
the funny man.
"Xo," replied the latter, wiping hi3 per
spiring brow, "it's no joking matter."
Tho End of the Season.
Mrs. Noodle "We mustn't 'stay here any
Mr. Noodle Why not
Mrs. Xoodlti During the past couple of
days poor Fklo bus been showing sigas of
ennui. Muney"s Weeklv
The Bab Objected.
"Rock-a-by, baby:" bei-an the nw nurse
in a Boston family.
"Desbt!' exclaimed the i&faat imperi
ously. "I am aware that the vibration of
the atmosphere will cause a cradle sv
Deadcd, in a tree ton to cscHl&te. "-'
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradstreefs Report. Citizens' Bank. Kansas Nan Bank.
R. "W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Tree on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEECHAS
MIOCni P CIFIC R. R.
Kansas City Expres. iTlOAii
St. Louis Mail and Express. ! 3J0 p m
Kansas City Express. . .. S-COpm
Winfleld and Kiowa Express- . ' ft20 p t
Kiovta Mixed .. . ... I0--35AH
WICHITA AND COLORADO. j
Colorado Mall and Expre-s.. . . 1115 am
Colorado Mixed !b25psi
9-40 P M
7 40 A M
Depot Second and Wichita str; ticket offlce 127
North Main street. E. E. Blecklet.
pangei and Ticket Agent.
NEW TI12E TABLE CHICACO. ROCK ldLA-ND A.
"Great Rock Island Route."!
In effect on and after July 6. iyn
I arrive LEA VE
GOING ORTH JLD EAST.
No. 2 Colorado springs,
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kanas City, fct. Loul
and Chicago. Through I
Mail and ex. dally i
No. 4 Kansas City, at. Louis
ami Chicago night ex.l
No. 12 Accommodation,!
dally except undaw. ..
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. dally j
No. 1 Kansas City. bt. Louit
and Chicago through mail,
and ex. daily
No. CI Accommodation, dally
Flegant reclining chair cars on all tr.ilns. and
Pullman sleep'-rs from Wichita to Knnsas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
told and baggage checked through to all points
north, outh, east and west, and steamship tickets
fold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket offlce 100 East Douglas atenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
atenues. Telephone l'J9.
C. A. RuTHERrORP. Ticket Agent.
J0. EBA'H'IAX, G. T. &. V. A., Chicago, 111.
fcT. LOl-IS A SAX FRA VCI-CO R. R.
I ARRIVE LKAVE
Going West, pass (to Ells
Going we-t, pass, (stops a
Going East, passenger-
Golnj Last, passenger.
CSoin West to Bnrrton
10 0 P M
227 P M
C ity Union Ticket offlce. 123 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA A WESTERN R. R.
I ARRIVE LtUC
liolng West, pass. (dally)
Going West, freight I
Going East, pass I 725 PM
Going East, freight ' 1035 v m
6 05 a m
D.H Riiodls, Freight Jt Pass. Agt. 122 N. Jioln
Supt., cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket offlce 122 North Main street, and at
Uu Ion Depot, Douglas a enuc. W. D. 31 u r dock.
alcmswN. ioi-j:ka a s,nta ke r. h.
TRAINa. ARRIVE I LHVB
NORTH AM) EfiT.
Denverexpress 406pm 410pu
Eastern express 12S5PM 1240PM
Colorado and California e-
nre.s 00 pm 4 10 pm
Chicago expres itOPM IIWpm
t-OlTII AND WIST.
Oklahoma A Panhandle ex 740 am 740 am
Texas Express IKl'M 410lM
C aldwcll Kxprcs.s .... 700pm 700pM
Citv Union Ticket offlce 32 North Main streeuaud
Union Depot, Duglos avenue.
AYICIIITA TO ST. LOUIS
OCTOBER 4th TO 10th,
MlSSOUttl PACIFIC RAILWAY.
THEY HAJ.. T Th SAND.
A Story of Two Colore.l "Walters, and the
Way They railed to Fight.
The other day one of the waiters at our
hote". made some sudden move in the ser
ving room which brought his elbow against
tho ivories of another waiter, and the face
of the moon was at once covered with
blood. Some of us noticed their belliger
ent demeanop, and now and then wa
caught such expicssions as:
"Yo ar' no gcm'lan, aahl"
"An' yo' is only a niggerl"
"I sco'n yo', suh sco'u yo fur low trash!"
"'Hul I'd hko to ba shet up in a room
widyo' 'bout two minuteal"
We wcro not, therefore, greatly sur
prised when we were waited on by a third
party, who was a mutual friend, who asked
us to arrange a meeting between the hostiles
and see the affair through, according toship
shape rules, it wasn't to be a duel, but a
set to, with gloves, and as we were tired of
fishing, crabbing, sailing and shooting nor
pokses we hailed the new departure v.ith
"Yo' whito folks dun knows .ill 'bout it,
an' yo' go right ahead un' fix it up," said
the mutual friend.
We borrowed gloves, bought rope enough
for a ring, mudo stakes, and the site se
lected was in the sand behind the scrub.
The tip was given, and when the hour
came about seventy-five spectators had as
sembled. The rivals were on hand in good
time, but it was noticeable that both were
trying hard to look pale, and there was a
movement of the chin which betrayed
much mental anxiety. They were known
only as "Jim" and "Tom," and while wo
were putting the gloves on Jim he arose
and called across the sands:
"Does you 'pologize to me, sah'"
"I dun 'pologize if you 'pologize, too,"
was tho reply.
"Den I dun"
But we stopped him and braced him up,
and two or three minute.0 later they faced
each other in the center of the ring. Each
man's teeth were chattering, each one's
eyes were all white, and there was a wob
bling of the knees.
"Look out, now, yo' nigger! Ize gwino
to bust yo' head off J"
"Look out yo'selfl If I hits yo' in de
lung yo' won't git over it in two weeks!"
"Why doan' yo' hit?"
"Why doan' yo' hitf"
"Yo's skeert o' me!"
"So's yo' skeert!"
They were walking around each other,
pushing at arm's length, and it would
have stopped there but for tho timekeeper,
who shouted to them to go in.
"If 1 hit yo' in de eyo look out"'
"If I hit dat note you'll be dead'"
"I'ze comin' fur yo' puny quick!"
"I'll be right around dar!"
The referee shouted again, and moved to
sudden resolution Jim flung off the gloves
and grabbed Tom by the ankles and lifted
him off his feet and dumped him on the
sand. Tom's gloves fell off as he rolled
over, and he hfal scarcely strnck when Jim
made a break through the ring, running
luce a rabbit. Tom scrambled up with a
'Hu'" and broke through the other side,
and while one legged it for the hotel tin
other sought safety behind the sand dunes
and the great match for blood ended in
water. As I had acted as Jim's bottle
he'der 1 felt called upon to reproach him
that evening nt the kitchen door, and be
came oat in the moonlight and explained.
" 'Deed, sah, but I didn't don mean to do
it. I mesnt to stan' right up dar an' ngbt
dat nigger one millyon rounds 'cordin' to
Miss Quee'sberry rules, but when I got de
gloves on my sand went right away, sah
went right off down de coast a-flyin". an'
afore I knowed k I was back bean ia ds
hotel a-wipin' spoons an' a-sayin' dat if I
pber caught dat nigger unt in de dark I'd
smash him, sah Vt smash h:m till hu
own mudder wouldn't dm remember bu
kad remains!'' New York Snn.
burn toe. tsii
wlfC tXi tVl
Oonalasks sd Xbotka sonid bcrylbem
on the hilltop, nd cxyjjS. eTfiry yrer
THE PEOPLE'S COLUJD!.
Your Wants Supplied.
The folio-wine rates ender the different headings
rill be cnarged.
JSTPayaole Strictly in Adrnnce.
Ko advertiserstnts taken for less than 10 tents.
One line adTarttmnts ciarjt J iae rate as two
' ADTERTISEMZXTS TAKEN -TO RUX UN
Price; errca osder classiQediieads la tils colcrnn
n pi cable osiy ta tsol adrertlaerccnu. Kb Torelen
adrcrxliementa taiea t prices given.
Answers to aterUseaaats sent la care of tht
Eaole o3lra ft&rald be railed for irltMn 10 days
after insertion, waea adrertlsers irlsh repljs for
.rani ed to them stamped enrclojcs mset b sent.
Ktforenco to foncsr advertisements ahoald girt
description and date of Insertion or copy of the ad
ertisctnent ahoald bo sent.
Not i impossible for advertisements clren or dis
continued by telephone.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
TATANTED-A POSITION AS CHAMBERMAID
II la hotel. Address M. H., cure Eagle offlce.
WANTED GIRL FOR OENERAL. HOUE
work. Nowaanlng. Waces $1 a vt eek. Call
at 1235 N Waco are. 112 3'
"IT7-ANTED-A GIRL COMPETENT TO COOK
it la boarding house. Apply at SW E Third t.
T7"AXTED-AT ONCE A
1 1 man at 81S S. Lawrence.
TfANTED-A GOOD COOK
l V club. 252 N. Market t.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED DINING
room girl at Pierce house. 1J) South Toprla
T ANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENKRAL
i i housework In small family. Call at 200 Enst
Thirteenth street. Ill 6
W ANTED-A RESPONSIBLE GIRL OR MID
dleaged lady- desiring a home, small family,
light work, call on Morris & Rood, Firebaugh block.
"WANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOl'SE
u work In small family. IiiQUlre at 113 E. First
"-ANTED-A COMPETENT AND STEADY
clrl to do seneral housework. No washing.
Apply JXi b. Lun rence.
rANTED-A GOOD NURSE AND
1 1 clrl In small family, with good pay.
once at HU N. Market at;
"TTT-AN1 ED A COMPETENT
TV housework in small family.
Apply at P27 N. Topeka a e. Mrs. Ed. Vail. l(btf
-TTTANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
11 housework 421 N, Tojwka a e Call bet wren
9 and 10 In the morning. Mrs. RT. bavin. 103 Ct
XITANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
II housework. Must be a good took. Apply to
T, L. Slsfon. Fletcher block. ItTtf
TT ANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
1 1 work. Apply at Champion' book store
TirANTnn-Tvo dressmakers at once
Apply 113 N Water st. 1U 2
i lor hosiery department. Good salary for ood
help. Bosiou Moro. ll-tf
7ANTED-TWO APPRENTICE GIRLS IN
millinery department, jiunsou s jic.nh-
mara. in t
IITANTED-A REFINED LADY OF HUM.NLSS
1 1 education; ono who is ready for work and Is
willing to work, hard forudianceinent.
A. care or this paper.
VirANTED-AT THE OVERALL AND bHIRT
1 1 factory. 133 N Topeka. girls to make shirts
SITU A TIONSFEMA LE.
Lndur this head lc per Hue per day.
M hcttta n eons.
W ANTED-YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
it would like position Ileferences as toromuc.
Kansas City, Mo.
ess Must.. 1.K Rlalto buildlRg,
I ndtr this Head 2c per Hue per day.
WANTED MALE HELP.
X. ndcr this head 2c per line twr dy.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
XVT"ANTED-EXP.R1ENCLD SALESMAN OR
TT alelady Itr our cloak department. Mtmvm
AMcNamara. Ill 2t
M iscealla n eous.
VANTED-YOUNG MAN OLHMAN PRfcFER
1 1 red, as porter. Applj at J oh ui ton X Larimer
D. G. Co lU4t
SI T UA TI ON S MALE.
t cder this head lc per line per day.
tcder this bead 2c p'rjice per day
I cder tV ad Jc per Use pr day
ANTED-LADV AGENTS TO CANX'ASfc FOR
fat"t m-iDbc rUce fT bandied. Hi.nt
ork. C ail or address L. G ,.(n Topeka avna.
Catling hocrs from . u I o clock. sp S and R
X17 ANTtDAOENT--XN EVtRY CITY. TOWN
aad nKape in the tatted sa-s. xcept la
etate of Kaasa) to take hismti ;! Pfrsunaslers
ca nake mooy No capita. rv,9irM my,
copies free. Oaa cosxiwsnt, moaey cue be -uadt
b) geiUs.? ap tiufc. Acereu UJe jewu Kgi.
Wlctit. kin. 7M(
WA NTEDM ISC ELLA NEO US
WANTED To Bl Y A KUI.L. KIXKJDED MALE
II mltve r.s ru.i arw Uirre moath old. Ad-
drs L. s r rr Eagle oQ-
iMbu-IOW.1 A GOOD s.ECOMKAD
tbaso. Hdlaaycuh. llattbe caes Ad.
dress with fall ianxolart HcofM I aad 2, UK CM
raco are. city 111 V
Wanted-to trade horses for houses
temettelUelMi. Ad&m O. 1L. lUk N".
Topoka. HI f
ANTED TO BUY 4 TROM V.XtSD
haad baggy M be to fair 1 imntim ad
var dows. ckeaa for cash. Stale price mK An
drew T F fc, fcagte oOc. Mb r
TTTAVTED-t ecoj, HA.VD WINDXlLfl
1 V loor hors pwtf . AdtfrvM X. J earc Lagi
ANTEIV-TO exchange a st-mtercoux-
tv term for dry cel or amalg. Aorovi
Y J- lgleofitre XC ?
WANTED-BY A raSsls t rTY HOTS1L
I reliable, e&ergetar agoat. Max rtv ioWU.
tiai betd. Xypij Umkc to H K.
u.s 1 ity. kaa.
ANTr-D-BCTERa TOR THE FINEST CAK-
rtsm Ik IV tvy at Jirt$iHaa (. aertac
ANTKO-iXFRk-. BOOK KEEPER-i. STEX
orrsTaers nmi 'elnrrae mrklorv or Aaa
e-trOft v!o vrt-a to U-ron.r ttteroogoiy til
ia tf beve kranefc-s. w rail at the taatawesfsra
Bmiae-s cetsr. -err IxMua a Tovv2j t
aar-. vfKfctta. hat. ti U
r i j i
At " t4
WA NTEpHorsrs and Vehicles.
XTT ANTED-A SfxixSthFAXji BrTOTIX BX-
eeaae; lor ji or re j. xiitis HM S.
VTailfWi ii, IS f
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied,
TyANTED-TO BUY A JUMP SEAT CAR-
TT riage; want one with open box on side. GIto
price wanted. Address -Buggy,'" care Eagle odce.
TTANTED-TO BUY A GOOL LUMBER WAG
" on. aiust be in good repair and cheap.
urrsa i agon, care r-igie once.
Under this head 2c pr line per day.
IOR S LF OR TRADE A SQUARE PIANO IN
tl good order: good tone. Will sell cheap or will
trade for a span of large young pontes well broke to
ride or drUe or for a jump seal carriage or good
phaeton. Address -Piano," care Eagle odce. lotr.f
FORs-ALE-AT ONCE V NO. I GOOD MILK
cow at rr. N. Fourth ave J. O. Mitchell. MB 6
FOR SALE-FOUR SMALL HOUSES TO BE
moved. Apidy at the Mewart Iron warts, b.
Washington ave. MW
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR CKTTLK-A
double seated carriage In good ruunlng order;
aloa 3-year-old horse well bro&e. Address J N J
this office. VK S-
FOR SAI.E-AT A BARGAIN IFsOLD WITHIN
the next thirty days, a desirable resldeuta
iroperty In Emporia. Kan.: alo Id) acre- good farm
and near Honard. Wfc county. Kan. For terms
and particulars apply to U. A. Ward. 422 Stevens su,
Wichita. 10s r
FOR SALE-lTXOl BRICK AT A BARGAIN IF
uld In next teu days. j2SN Market. E. G. Raf
ferty. VH tf
POR SALE-TIN FRUIT CANS AT WHOLX
saie. Rife A to. 1111 lst Douglas. dSO-ftt'
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED, AT
this office, old papers suitable for packing' put
ting under carpou. eu. dICC tf
BOOKS. SHORT HAND
nolo books, blank reee4pts and umo
took? and legal blanks of evrry ktnd. Mall order
pnmptly attended to. Call on or a(dress the Wicb
ta Lagle. " ichlta. Kan. U-tf
For sale-a handsome LiTHaR,vpn
map of thecityof Wichita, gives names of streoU"
public Dulldlugts roUeges, parks, eu . Ix llxU on
linen paper, pr..o & cents each . torWrent- 15
cents a dozen. Address the Wichita t.ajle. Wichita,
or sale deed- mortoages and a.l
man promptly attended to. diw-tr
FOR SALE Cattle.
ART AND MCSJC.
MUSIC-MRS. l. T EWEV. TEuIIER OF Pi
ano. A limited number of pupils takeu For
terms call at ZM cwt fourteenth U HQlt
RS. EDWARD P. HOVEY, VOCAL TEACH
r or terms can at .u) imerview aienu.
RS. JULIA F. DUNN. TEACHER OF VOICE
and piano, room SJtf bedgw Krk block.
LOST-A PENSION UHfcf K CALLING FOR
J.W.23. paubio to Charles Cluton. Ftadnr
pleut e Uue it ut KU N. Fourth uve and reccl
Under this head 2c per line pr day.
Under thl head 2c per line per day.
JTRAYED-A BALD FACED II Y MAKE POVY
J 11,4 bands high, white bind fret. Mfe '
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
l nder this head 2c per line per day
IIOR SALE-GOOD, GENTLE FAMILY MARK.
buggy and harness Ladles or children tan
handio mure safely, good bu-.3 and hurneMt. ( all
at or address i.7 Locu&t are, Mltei itros.' addition
l?OR SALE-AT A IIAIUJAIn" A(l6oD MARE
Jl purfectl) safe and gentle, not afraid of moiors.
ill ben ineap, Auunm u J.
care Eagle ndire.
FOR RENT Houses.
X. nder this heud .c per line pt day.
for rent-an eleven-room noi'-K.
niceiy lurnisoeu uirowguoui, swimiwo lur
keeping bordtr-. vrllhlntwo blocltH of Douglas av
ru'H tery rtson.iblo to a resjKMisibk; party. Also a I
six room cotrugcun UtU6. verj" dtwlnible, iIum In. j
Inquire nt l.iU .. Lnwrente ll-tf
CStrlOK RENT-NEW HOUSE OF 8 ROOMH ON'
ii streetcar line. No. H N. l'oeka. (.all at 1'J
i.st '1 bird streeU 1 W
f FOlfRENT-HOUSK WITH 'iIX ROOM'S.
iuis. cull Ua E. l'ine for purticuMws). HW
fj for" rent-sevenTioom rLArrVATKRT
fei gas. Iiatli, aW four room cottage nwly jwr
Mi a mi pa luted. Apply to Geo. Van Harueii, a2 S.
"sUflOn RENT-HOUSE NO. 12H NORTH MA!U
'l kettKrret, 7iuoih. bnth, large tlo, cellar.
gCMMl stable, coal houke, etc Lull ai 12U'N Uirrem
ft FOR RENT- ONE OF THR FINEST HKM
gTi dencs on College Hill, W rwoms. UrKe barn.
twd well and cistern, Uie shade trecn and lawn
corner of Mo-it and Tnlrd. A A. Hydtt Uh I."
I FOR HLNT-ANICE&-ROOM HOUiK WITH
pt.L cellar, outhouse and fencing complete at 228
let eland are. 1 or imrliculars inquire at 633 Last
Douglas. I. Herrun, MBtf
7"Kir" RENf-HOU"F. NO. TI6 N. EMPORIA
pt; At Eight ruoiua, u nice place C. H Morcbonv,
lATb Brsl street. iWa-if
' PK REM-Hooef eight rwin m Waro
Vi near (entral. I loth hot ami cold walornd
lurnace The carpelK on all ot th floors for !.
also good runuv with uttHChwjUUi all Huilf lu
uulre room Ml Sedgwick btuck. del.U
FOR RENT Rooms.
I nder this bead 2c per line per 4r
1'OR RtM-TWO DESIRABLE riKNI HIU
JL rooms one bkwk frota Dglu avenue. ItKiulre
at 114 h i,awreiicoae
POl! RENT -TWO BOOMS
A. C m be niMHl for light houekeiuig.
No .i 1
FOR RENT - NICELY FLRMSHED ROOMS
for rent, all modern ceavcnleoce. ! ' T
prka ave. Wl-lf
ORKhNT-A VKRY DhMBAHU? HKMslI
ed rMMB. t JM North rjprt. h u
FOR RENT Farm J'roprrly.
I ader this head 2c p-a Uim pr er.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
I nder tbl b-md c pr line per dy
LTOR REN r-lllfc. OAK hTKEKT HAKEHY AND
A? dwelling houaeaud Utie, ttl L Oak MreeC
Hear HaM-meyer W-tf
lOR RENT OR KA LB-BUSINESS AND RKSI
X dBtr prvbTty In all prts ul ib cltjr Iitraet
llroo . 126 North Market . dU
V'ftfl Tit A lilt.
I'nder this hd Jc per liam pr day
LXK TRADL-A OHH LlOHT THKKE
X quarter lop hoggy at f.- tsO-r make, bat
HUle od, for piaa A64rM ' lUUwtt. ' Kle
G EN ERA L STORA G E.
GiOODH or ANY DEM KIPTION TORED AT
r rea-ooaolf ral-. tUU ad I Moatk Plftb aeo.
rtetcher A Hiaarger 1
VftdT Ut aoad Jc 9 Mae er oy.
'B HAVE Sfjjig CLEAK lMPiUVk.U FaJOM
la blo U, trade fur artual or soack.
AMrv Lock Box MI 1 Dor4o. Ka. Ul U
VsArr this aod : t lla r t.sy
OVKTTOWAS 1? -HALL AKOVNTW (IS
bnr-. eatilr. pioom w-l awojaaw good.
Short One paoer bvsffM. H. A. Kay. m MMa
OVET TOLOAN-Wt; MAKE SHORT TIME
1 luiaf oa rMtleia aa4 all gos4 1 rarWIaa,
BUckweMr A Hofbrook. JSSgwKi Mk.
Money" to loaw-we wax loax ro
mmr r or bart ttaae Urm or etxy
r.j oi rtr aieo oa aov. csM)'-. irnla. h -nnd
rowJs rt. Reaae A Harvc in aa4 M !olcsnx
ONEY TO LOAS OX rXROTTVIlE. WAOH.
orsaaa. botvl enuko. c. mmi'.nt A nyn
troa rto os-or Hi Jfcortll Xoi t oM.f
TTURMTTRE LOAKK. CATTLE LOAJH-MO?f.
L ey )oaaa oa aaaaoat eenrrtklar by J T LoA.
lata, ever fcaaCord givcerr. oaraor Fin mmt Mmt.
MONEY LmXEO Of Wftt. JH'OOtU
eosrs pt&jMn. baa' ott MaraJtare. ac Xe4
toorbt. if roa wt a tail lojoat of iaoay
cotae ad M a. VI. T. afc A Ce.113 JlorUi Hata
ew IJn to Memphis tI Utti Ib;k.
On Fund?. Aturiuft 31. tb? Mbwoarl Pa
eific Kaalwaj 00m pa a r will iwimpinti a
rtv (nUa srvter' Ltw!a Wirbit mi
Metnphi'. via Fort Sotitit and lJUr Jitx-fc,
Ark Tmia krA WicittUi m 'J IS p m..
nma&niniz vntM Ihmnh train M ToAcn
Center. iunriBZ mt Liute ICoek. rt enem
10? at &W. Md at Munpki tbc toiUrvnmx
atuniaK 2 13 Tfcie truin bj eaitjjd
kiU cxmcIm-. mm! IBilma bnSrt timepvrs
t UtUr Hock. FtecpT mooios: tkwmjrfc
to MewpkN TUk wfB tv tb t !
torUule Rod:. Mmrb, Hoc loxiJ5s
aod oilier ArkawoA tHturta.
K K. KuickUV. P Jr T. A..
feTtf IS7 X. UUm at.
N' cbaaac ( eaxs oi nj V.n4 ri
WiekJta awl Si. Urn tb "aw Xiv
ceri Paeifle afc ics&n CSi it
CHILD WIVES IN INDIA.
Behraajl XalAbnrl's Fraltful Attacks o
the TCxncl'ii Great Eril.
The name of Bahramji ilalabari de
serves to be known and respected ia
England as that of .1 native Indian who
is doinj; good work in social reforma
tion. He is one of the oldest and at tho
same time most temperate assailants of
the greatest social curse of India infant
marriage. In a pamphlet which he has
published he invites English women to
realize, if they can, the meaning of such
expressions as "infant marriage," "baby
wife," "girl mother," "virgin widow."
As wo explained tho othor day, if a
"wife" becomes a "widow" even while
she is still an infant a widow buo must
remain all her days.
The most ill fated of theso child wives
are of course those who become wires
not merely in lav but in fact at ages
varying from 10 to 13. "Girls of 12 and
13," writes Mr. Malabari, "have to bear
tho burdens of wifehood and mother
hood," and he adds that "not a few of
these married martyrs succumb to the
shock of the first childbirth." This hor
rible, this hideous practice of child mar
riage explains most, if not all, of tho
poverty and the misery tha physical
and moral degradation to be seen in hun
dreds of thousands of native Indian fam
ilies. Ono of the worst forms of girl
marriage is known as "marrying girla
to tho gods," which practically means
slavery of body and soul to priests, greAt
numbers of whom live upon the immor
ality of their girl wives. This dreadful
custom of child marriage is ono whioh
! tne legislature t lint iiau tne couraew to
! abolish sntteo has been afraid to muddle
with. It was umvenwL To unroot it
would havo seemed like uprooting na
But tho custom is doomed, neverthe
less. And its extinction will coineabont
in a way not tho least fluttering to the
rule of tho English. Tho condemnation
of child marriage is coming from tho
people themselves. Its disappearance
will not be the work of a day, but when
it does come it will le a epleudid tribut'i
to tho benign civilizing influence of Eng
land in tho east. Mr. Malnbori's own
countrymen, the Parsees of Bombay,
liave for years been laboring in the
good ennse with a zral nnd intelligence
which it would bo diflioult toov'r praise.
We have already dtsscnbed how the na
tive barbers of Bombay havo pronounce I
against the cruol custom. Thft educated
nnd intelligent native of Madras are
petitioning for fixing tho minimum nga
of girl mnrriago at 14 years. Nor should
it bo forgotten that some of tho native
chiefs are not only theoretically in favor
of reform, but havo introduced it of
their own freo will and without any
recommendation from tho supreme gor-
Tho intervention of tho su
premo government hns been chiefly con
fined to collecting evidenco on the ques
tion throughout tha length and breadth
of India, and to the distribution of pa-
i pers to tuo local administrations. jum-
rton UailV NgWIL
The nntiomii cobtnme is not yt (Ids
carded in thi-j Arcadinn ihIo, but it ti
generally reacrvptl for holidays nnd Sun
day. Women loo duinure In retl petti
coats frintjeil vnth yellow, dark jaokotp,
aprons of enowy whitu nnd black ioko
bonnets. A a fact, however, tho bon
net is seldom seen except on dowagera,
tho headgear of young "women being ;i
light colored shawl, worn Spanish fash
ion. Tho men wear top boot, blno
troiifcerH, win to linn "jumixira" ami
eou'wester haU. But even thay aro wjti
more often m a quiut, com entional droxi
of some 6or'ireablo tutf.
A bride's toilet m surpasHingly strange,
tho chief feature being a tall hat or
crown, elaborately ornamented with
pins, and from which falln a fringed
mantle. Even her personal finery, how
evor, in secondary to the trappings f
the bed, which is docked by honuilf and
her friends in the bndgrooin'H hotin.
The whiteft of hn"n, plenty of laco, and
donbtlewi a mountain of ftmthoru, go to
make it sumptuous. GuaoUi are bhldwn
by the lovers together, in person. After
the marriage ceremony in tho church
the jxirty rrp&ir to the now ltorne nnd
IvirUkb of a national cako, aton wiUi a
gauce of mrup and meltrd butter. Whan
the merry making in ovht thn wholo
party go in precowion over every utrimt
on tho inland. .More eating and drink
ing and dancing nnd at laot home,
C. Eninia Cheney in Scribnar'K.
The Olft of Talking Well.
The art of convrwtion w to Home wo
men a gift. Llk tho jKjt, thy ara born
witli their glorioofi pomm. Dot many
women who converse intlhgntly and.
ploABHntly hava bocoine uuutra of tint
art by patient cars and study. Bvou
pcreoiw of ordinary ability will flntl
upon making the effort that wkoro it M
not a gift no other deficiency can tx so
well flnppfcmentod by art. For tho un
tutored there aro three old rrJed wktdt
may not prove amita. Talk to mow on tho
pabject which bkmgH to tbir rral(kc
calhnga, talk about tbo thtagK wUeh
interoat yosntelf, awmning alvt time
they interest year listener and make it
a point to inform yourMlf upon a va
riety of topics; nover be guilty of bttoe
dncing in a nmed company a rabbet
npon which ail laay not b able to on
verww Thero U a wondwfn! fatuity In
drawing people oat, in making tit
etraager and tho timid IvA at taM, Wi
patting qaenttead w ittiHuUy mnI
ndroitiy oa to compel thosi to Mtwwer m
Utoegh tboy ei conferring a favr mn
yoc, not you a'jottng to tmtcrtal ttaat;
imt ber too rnl of gd brPg in Uw
btt to follow. I'bjlaxUlplttn Ei4rr-
Toa Moob Clrllfcaffon.
Teadorfcoi (ot re,4 U U noowaary to
go armed ia tiU wcMoal
KaUo V.ftli, tot dttpaoW YTt't jet
Tennrfoot-rai a nmrtc tMa.
Katire Han ! ! jsan'r? bora, I fM
every al in town 11 1 miain' Cnl tilt nhn
giu a ptonor ' htfm praxUcut' hmmcM
a day I rcrkoa yoe'd boUer go arznd.
hew York Weekly.
trhat ta4o Him Tlal.
Jnoe Look br. tnl ak to r
rotk time in a Jsr tbnt 70a bare im Ws
Uan nar. nd aarh tlaat It htara ww -irwi
Um tn tlnv rmitog.. Hvvr, 'bjr
mp yoa Wba aaJun jtm m b4? W1y
don't too kft? iwtyf
Ir4ow I Anion, jrr hooor. I ajhatatd
knve a kMt oi umg Into bd ooawpaaTy.
A Ta-eb-fI ApUzT.
Mr Itat titr-Wbat mkm joat to
crow laij. Jwo' Kvrr tinee jmmt Inday
nrrtrwi jou't- ba tj.y a Ink, bat no
yam vera vo a on an wnitfoty ce-rr uric,
Jtr. Tnnnglntlker I ant; got It in py
toa rtog Im bIc"a 3or waHdns. .