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3to WLxtkiix Jpailg 'gk&zi "?ri fag Pfommcr, rfrrTrer 3,1890
No Business dono at the Union Stock
Yards todayA holiday taken by the
In complinnco with the unanimous ex
pression of business men, in favor of at
tending the fair en masso today, the stock
yards tv ere closed for business. Such stock
ns were left oer "Wednesday were yarded
Shippers will take note that receipts
and shipments for the two days will be
given in Saturday morning's issue, also
state of markets.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Kan.. Oct. 2.
flood mutton nheep, 113100 S MV&4 00
Good fctock ewes, fS80 3 253 51
Good etoci', wethers, TU&Sj .
.s ua3 :a
U ooa to extra lainoi.
.4 10dS W
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
By 1 oietrrapli.
vr. Loms. Jin. Oct. 2 CATTLK Receipts.
S70O shipments 2100. .Market oaMer. hatlof,u-ers
f S5S4 9a stockors and feeders - 1083 16 Texans
end Indians (2 i03 30 HOGS Receipts Sun.
ulilpmeiitfl .VM Market ahadfl hicher Hcavj 14 6r fiO
TTlxed tt Wut 3.J; bllLLP Receipts 1T00. fehlp
bients lbOO. Market steadj. Good to choice tl U).
KAVKAHCny. J!o Oct. 2 OATTLL Receipts
6450 hhlpniputfl 61'U Marknt steadt. Jrntie
Eteers tl Uk3 &r cows 1 25t2 Mr stoct
ers nnd feedera J.' IQmi 70; ranee Bteors tltOS.W
ranuo cowr il Atl75 HOOi-Receipts 7.770
Shipment 2SIU. Murkct S$10? liiRher- bulk 14 '.
Coo, all tfrnde fi04 X!h, sHhhl'-Reoelnts Krf,
shipment! .1020 MHrka&.j.i() lower Lambs $J7V&4 4o
rood to choice muttons ii TUucl 10; blockers and
(seders 2 &xa,3 ft).
CniCAOO. Ill . Oct. 2. The Drovers' Journal
reports C ATI LE Receipt. 16,000 shipments 4oM)
Market irregular Steers $1 2VX4 26, Texas steers
2 2003 a Toxhs cow. Jl 40(32 20, ranijos cows 1 40
!& HOUb Receipts, 2UirT0,nipment btt0 Mar
ket Irregular Common and caching Kraden 3'ti
ftl rO; prime heaty and butchers wolKiits H 40
;ho; plcS25ail5 SH ELI' -Receipts 10 (l! f-hip-merits
... . Market slow, lower Stock lambs
3 00.58 TV, ewes and weathers mixed 4 251 10,
Western 14 COai 50. lambs 75 00t5 75.
Wichita Grain .Market.
WicniTA. Kan.. Oct. 2
The snpply of grain was cood. Prlcas remain un
changed 1 ollowlns are the closing quotntloiia on grain.
GRAIN Cor loteontraci'
WHLAT-Ko 2 86c, Ko 2 hard 79c, No 3 Sic, Xo
C ORN-Nn S or bottor .0c. white tSe.
RYR NoS or hotter TSc.
HAY ft 50 pur ton In car lots
GROUND CORN Chop In car lots 7.V: per 103 lbi
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPE
cw 1 ork Money.
NrwYonir. Oct 2
Money on call easy, ranglnc from 3 to 6
Cent, lost Ioau 4r. clowl offeiid lit Ai
Prime inorcautlln papor SJjl7.
Stflrllnj; cxchancefalrlj cti c and flrmat J18IJ4
for CO daj billa una ( 1 WW for demand.
1 ho lcadlnr f uturos cloed as follow-
wnLAT - Cash iito.mi cjpy, October W,
Decemlor iuas Mu tl(lHl 04H
CORN-styi(h Oitolifr47ii,Noeiner 4SKe4SM
peoemlKjr 4s4S5(;r, Ma W6c cash 47Wc
ATb-Laj. Cash ftiHc, December K'tc, May
Fu UK-Dull Cash JP91. October JOfS.Jan
Hn (11 (Kk May Hi 25
LAUD hro- ChhJi ffi 25. OctolKir JC 22 Jau
Uan J8 47H.5n. MHjJt.STVt ,
bHORT Itllls-nnll CmsIi J625. Octobtjr 15 2!J,
January i Glhi May J6 U7V6
Cash quotations w ere as lollovrs.
FLAXSEED $1 J)
TIMOTHY-PrlmcSl 2fil 2fi.
POIlK-haiilj active and oasv. Cnf-h J9C2, Oc.
tober .t 5S, Januarj ill G5, Ma f 12 35
LAItD-Duil Hiul eniy Ca."l
0 24, Octobtr6.22.
January t .U Mn to 67
bllOKT Klll-Eam feWei ?6 05
hHOl Lnmts-Drj salte.1 i cswes 75.
MIOKT CLEAR bIDhb-W 70o .5.
SUGAR Cut loaf 7K?tc; granulated 0ic; stand
aid A e-ic.
AKTlCLBS. Receipts. Shipments,
wiirat msm 21 000
loin TJ.(I0 SB.t0
Qatt. B (O) 212.000
1JUTTKR-Stpad. Faucy sywrator 2aic.
flno 202c. fine croamorj. S23c, food LkAlDc,
lliKwtdlHrj. lfiUV lino lfcjlSc,
Lansis Cltj 1'rodnpc
Kansas Citv. Mo , Oct. 2.
Tlie Dally Indicator reports
rLOUIt XX. fiSc, XXX 7V famllvfl ft. choice
II UV fancy H 70; extra, tuuey Jl 80l 85 iwtout
$.' KV?. 2 15 . .
HEAT Med No. 2 hard cash nnd Op.
!ol)er 8ficbld,87c asked, No. 2 rtnl cash Hie bid.
CORN Stondy. No. 2 cash 4c October 45-Jfc
bid. 4- akod ... , .
OAlS-btiady. No. 2 cash 3Tc bid, 37c asked,
ll E Quiet No 2 cash and October 65c bid.
l.UrTLit Stofld. creamery Iiuc 14aiSc.
dairy 115. stoio packed Swllc
Trios USrm lit IMluO-
HAY-UiiwXtlHd Fancy prMlrk $7fOS50, good
to tholco $6 (XX&0 60, tiuiol
Sst. Louis l'rodnee.
St Lorin. Mo . Oct. 2.
WHEAT Unottlol Cit-h 88H-. Decemlu r 1 00c
lOKN-Cnrti firm, 4W. options lowtr. Decom
lcr 4 dC Ma 4s(,i.
0N Aeak twill 7c bid. October 37kc qld,
POltK-Dull. lower. Jobbing tlO 0.
Iocal LxcursioiiH, Santa 1 Route.
Lawrence, Kan , Oct. 0 to lit, j early
lneetmn bociety of Frionds, one fare for
jound trip Dates of sale Oct b to 10, m
clusie, Koi for return until Oct 'JO
Hiuvntlm, Kan , Oct 1( to 10, annual
inu'thiK nencrnl association of Conumga
tioiial cuurclies One and one third fare
on certificate plan
Law rente, Kan., Oct 1 to 0, annual en
campment Kansas Mate National Guard
Dates of sale Sept 0 to Oct 0. final limit
Oct 7. One fare for round trip
Locomnton, Kan , Oct. 1, conforenco of
United Brethren church. One and one
third fae for lound trip
Baldwin, Kan , Oct to 5, state comen
tion Y 'W . (.' A One and one third faro
for round trip on certificate plan
KausHR Ot, Kan., Oct. S to 13, annual
meeting of Womons' Missionary societj,
of Methodist church, faro one and oue
third ou oeitificute plan
Lent enuortlt, Kan , Oct 13 to 10, ninth
annual contention Y M C A., fare one
und one-third on certificate plan
St Louis fair, dates of sale Oct 4 to 10
incluMte, one faro for the round trip
Topeka, Kau., Oct. 7 to 10 mclusne,
tenth annual reunion of Soldiers and
bailors, rate to bo announced later
W. D Ml RDOCK,
P & T. A., Wichita, Kan.
G T Nicholson,
G. P. &. T. A., Topeka, Kan. d 114-24t
St. I,ouls to Colorado vli tt lelilta.
CommencniR Sundaj, July 18.1S00, tho
Missouri Pacific ruiltt at ttill run through
sleepiiiK cars from tt "Louis t in Pleasant
Hill, Rich Hill, Fort Scott and Wichita to
Genoseo and from thence to Pueblo. Colo
rado Spnnps and Dent er. This change
ttas made on account of a great mauj peo
ple from the east goiuc to Colorado being
uotiroii8 of going t la Wichita. The train
tdl htop here ttto hours, citing alia
chance to view the "Peerless Princess' and
Mill land passengers m Colorado same
time as if thty had gone t ia Kansas Cit
It also git es the citizens of Wichita bleep
ing car service from here to Colorado Re
turning, it sites u, through sleeping air
pert ice Wichita tobt. Louis, and gives the
C olorado people a chance to ko east via
Wichita llmchnuge ttill undoubtedly
be appreciated by the tratehug pubhc.auil
especially by the citizens of ichita If
you are goini? wist or tt est go t ia the pop
ular new through route. Through cliair
and sleeping air sert ice. New ronte uist
completed between Fort Scott and Rich
Hill goes through the finest mineral and
agricultural couutri in the ttett. Don't
forget t he uett short hue to St. Louis or
Citj ticket oflice, 137 North Main street,
4J-tf 11 E. Bleckley. P ,5c T. A.
Chicago expross via the Msori Padllc
railway, leat es "Wichita at 7s4S h m. CW
cago next morning S o'clock. Missouri
Pacific railtt ay. 107 tf
ATTOBiraiYS AT LAW.
THOB. O. WOJOlf.
JOS. A. BSUBACZZU.
WILSON & BRUBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Hals streot, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. IL dl08-tf
W. P. Cajtpbell. jab. l. dter.
Attorneys at Law, Wlcqlta, Kan. lOCtf
II. C. Slues. w. e. Stanley
SLUSS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Low, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
Lata U. S. Attorney.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas
ltOUUBAUGH C RAUCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietory of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anvwhero In Uio United States and
Canada. ;o. 147 Main &L, V ichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N. Main St., Wichita.
Jou "W. Adams. o. w. Adams.
Attorneys at Iw. Oflice first stair vt ay east of the
Wichita National Bank. HC-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. J).
Specialties. Diseases of the
Eje. Ear. Nose and Throfct,
Catarrh and fitting gl&SMS
Office 127 N. Market street,
Israel & Myers block.
BE. C. C. FUBLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND . SURGEON.
S31 Eart Douglaa Are.
1 1219 North Market Street.
Prof PBslona: CaUa Attended Promptly. 5S-
Bit. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dlsoascsa spreclalty. Home
for Ladles during conflnemout Strictly private
when o desired Letters of inquiry conf dent!al
nrt answered Immediately on receipt of same
Home, Til riouth Ida ave. Wichita, Kan lH-tf
E. Y. M UN SELL, M. B.
Medical and surgical dis
eases of Et, Far, Nose, and
Throat, Remoil of facial
nnd other blemishes, and fit
Office and residence. 1200
South Emporia. G4-tf
Has opened offices ovc r 126 North Main street. Wich
ita tt ith the pmitlcH of ceneril medicine and sur
gery Dr .It niilng!) ill combine ptci il work on the
Lje, rar, Noo and 'lliro.it Also, tho proper .id
JUbtmentof sUsses Oflloo hours 8 to U a. in 3to5
p m. residence. 813 Lawrence at enue. D-li.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hours 9 to 10 a m 1 to 4 pin Suuda, 9 to
10U m Room IS techheimer Ruildinir
j.m rnniips. e r, ruiLiii's.
riiiLLirs r- r hit j libs,
fJraduates of the Chlciso Vterlnnrv ColIeRe,
Vo am prepared to do all kinds ot eterlnar
work. Including' I)entistr, Canlnu and Cattlo
I'ractlce Hospital iccommoditlons for nil patients
rmjulrinp; siteclal care at Tl perdaj. Persons vi-.h-liiK
to purchaM-n liorse can lintelt eximlnesl and a
cortilleal or soundness trh en for - In surserywo
iiketlx latest de Ices includlntr an operating table.
Cilia by telephone, teleKraph or mail tlll leceUe
prompt attention b day or nlcht.
Office. 114 iorth Liwrence Anue. Onicctcle-
Jibone No Tl Rosldence C30 X. Topeka ae Itesl
lentctilephonoNo 215. lJ9tf
Architect and Superintendent.
Bittlnc bloek, Wlcliita, Kansas
Rooms 1G and
W. R. McBHERSON,
Architect Room 18, No. 2U0 North Main street,
Wichita, Kansas 117-tf
W. T. ritOUDFOOT o w. nmu
Architects and buperinuadenls. Offlco la Fech
A. J. APPLEGATE.
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstracter! Conveyancer & Notary Public,
Flno draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
i land in Sodevrlclc county. Room 316 de-
wick block Can bo found during business hours at
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
DenMst Office 144 V Alain oer smith A Stover's
HsIitwI nlr iilminlstered Realdento Oh To-
puka enue, tt khitu, Kansas
D. If. SMITH,
Room 40u edlck- bulldins
Full sets of teeth. K f. and $10:
Oold Ulltnss f 1 and up bllver, T6c;
LxtractliiK v-th rocnlnc, 50c to
guarantee Mitlsf action
ZB Painless Dentists.
BOYD'S DENT J L ROOMS,
DK.T. F. Rotn. Dr. .1 a Hollemickoek
113 Last DouclasAtenue. 103-tf
REAL ESTATE AGEaN'TS
nan t. is nri,
R, C. IS1LA.EL
Eeal Estate and Bents.
To Imv Wichita rltv property or "sedcvlek county
land at present priced means larse returns on our
motie, tt kliit. with her stock and other Indus
tries. Is Jat in hr infanc and mk-Ii bargains a we
can now oiler w ere ne er offe rtsl before All ba ine
business in our line are Inited tocaltorcorreiMn(l
T h tt Ichita lntorests of non-reldents prperlv
and falUifullt carel for Oflice second floor 15
North Market, Israel Building. diwf
C. A. "Vt RIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal '. Estate Dealers,
Roy andsell Ral I state on commission, collect
enis luoe repairs made economically and remit
omi tl Coirvspondwuce solicited ow is the
ins to buy and la the foundation for a fortune
Main st. (I round Hoor. Refernop All par
es for whom te hate done business, here or efee.
IK ASSAM. DA VIES C ROOD
HEAL ESTATE AGEXTS
Larst llt of d:y and lland wonertt for sale.
Also the famous Alvln and Hitchcock fruit lands
for saIh. tt ril for Information
Ofihe Moodt Imlldlnf imlrc-ton, TeaaA.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
tt ICHITA. KANbA-s.
Roard and tuit on. per anunii. tv Add-.
Ulster buperior. Me-s of Charity B. V. M. Mutf
MISS ANNIE C. REEL.
VOICE CULTURE '. A"I) . 1TANO.
Room 3L eJc-U k Hlock. Ute lm
The rbtosra?lM- PJelwre la All sices aad strips
He nlv carries tbe aet. isnnwt ( Pjctar
frames In the city. Give htm a iricadly u9 os
U. C CAMPBELL.
J. O. Datidsox, Pres. c. a. "WALHaa. T. P.
Jons' Deret, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 600.000
STOCKH'D'IIS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Larcest Paid Up Capital of any Bank la the Stat
Shippers of Lire Stock can save "both
time and money by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
MISSQt'HI PACIFIC Tt. P.
lAltr.lt h.. LEttE.
Kansas Cltv Kspres ... T 10 A si
st. Louis Mall and Lxpress.. . i ,W p m
Kansas CIt Kpress I S-flO I" SI
tttnfleldand Kfona Etpress .... I 9-JU 1 m
Klowu Mixed . . .. W.35A.M
tMCUITA AND COLOUADO, I
Colorndo Mail and Lxpress . J 11 15 A M
Colorado Mixed... . 'uSim
7 4o A St
9 1(1 P xi
4 15 1 Jt
7 40 A. SI
Depot cecond and Wichita streets, ticket office 1.7
North Main street. L. H. Ill fcki t,
raeensei and Ticket Acent.
MAY TI11E TABIE CHICAGO. ROCK lb
I 'Great Rock Island Route ")
In effeet on and after Jul o 13.)
I itliivt irt
CUING NOItTIl AND FAST.
No i Colorado Springs.
Denver and I'acitic Coaat
ho 2 Kan"as City, fct. Louis
nnd Chicago Through
Mail and e dally
No 4 Kansas City, M. Louis
nnd Chleazo night ex.
No t2 Accommodation.
dally except Sunila..
No 3 Kansas Cit. bt. Louis
and Chicago ex daily
N'o 1 Kansas City, bt Louis
and Chlcaco through mall
and ex daily . .
No tl Aecommodatlon. dally
Fleennt reclining chair cars on all trains, an 1
Pullman sleepers Irom tt ichita to K inso-s City and
Chicago without change on night trains. 'I ickets
sold and baggao checked through to nil point
north, south, east and nest, and steAmhlp tickets
soldto.all I utopoaa points at iouest rates City
ticket office 100 Last Douglas avenue, eorner Main
street, passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
atenuus. Icluphono 1S9
t A RLTHrtiFOitn, Ticket Agent.
.Ino SmASTItN. G T tl' A.Chicago 111.
SI I Ot is A. bAN FILASClsto H !L
TIIAINs I AKItlt h II UK
Going tte-st, puss (to LHs-
vioith) IS5ASI A St
GoIuk west, pass, (stops ut
Rurrton) 4fl)pti 4SSPM
Going Tat, passenger . 1 00 t tt 005 t ti
Going Vast, passenger. 103olSl lOIBl'M
Going Last 22P M'
Going t -st to Rurrton " -7 P M
Citj I ulon 1 1cket office. 12 Vorth Main street
and Union Depot. Douglas avenue.
t ICUITt & tVEsfZIlN it. it.
tPltltl 1 IIAVF
Going tt est, p iss (dull )
Going ttest, ireijht
Going lust, piss
Going rast. Height.
fc (b A SI
10. t Ml
1) II Riioins, IrrightA I'ass Agt. 12 N. Main
I moil 1 i ki t offlco 122 North Main street, nnd at
I'ulon Depot, Douglas aenuc, tt.D tlLimock.
AltlUSON. lOl'tkA tstNTA 1 fc It It.
NOItTIl tNI) lAsT.
Denverexpress 40nP3l 410pm
Kast rn press L'3jPM 12 40 pm
Colorado an 1 California ex
press fWlM 410pm
Chicago xprt ss . S50PJI i 00 I'M
sot'TII NI) ukst
Oklahoma A I'auhaudlc c 740 t ti 740 AM
1 tis lipress 4 05 pm1 4 10pai
Cald w II I xpress 7 K) P M 7 (M P tl
C lty l nion '1 leket office 122 North Main treet.and
Union Depot, Dujlas avenue.
WICHITA TO ST. LOUIS
OCTOBER 4th TO 10th,
A' I A
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY.
7 Dr. I E. Bennett
I'll.! H V ISst'ltP.l ISTfl and nil dftn ism nf
tho rw turn curesl without the use of the knlM lica-
lui-e, cai.st i i rirtintl n Irom imsiniss no mom
to in pildirt i iintisiurcd
l'riate D j in both toxes speedily cured
Call on or address
1)' T E HKVVFiT,
HCtf tt ichita oke 113 N Main St
Knufnmn & Kohcr
"Will pite jou jour money's worth
At their netv store,
(Where Fox & Son ttere before).
l."2 North Main. (1114 Cb
Look before j ou lenp.
rijer to St. Louis
Take the Frisco
Take the Frisco fiter to St Louis and
the east, it leat es Vichitnat J .'5 11 m.
Two fine dwellings on i'opeka and Law
rence at emit s extra low puces Now is
the time to get a cheap house
Blacky, eldfr & Hoi brook.
114 -it 205 Sedgw lck block.
St. Louis fair and llposltlon.
The popular Frisco line with three trains
each dav, unnounce one fare for the round
trip upon tho occasion of the t Louis
fair, exposition and Veiled Prophets dis
play. Tickets on ale Oct. 4 to 10, melin
ite," final limit for return Oct. H Don't
fail to take the Frisco Flter lea vine Wich
ita at 2 25 p m. daily, arming in tr Louis
T.25 the following moraine, or the 10 40
night express leat mg 10 40 p m , arriving
at St Louis the following etening at 0 p
in Doth of the-e trams are equipped with
free reclining chair tar, aKo Pullman
sleeping car Inquire at 122 North Main
street, or union pns.eneer station, for
tickets and further information
D WlsHART. "NV D MURDOCK,
G P & T. A.. P As T. A.,
113-13t St, Louis, Mo. Wichita, Kan
If you arc goinc to ant- point north or
ea.stbe ijiire and take "the Great Hock
Island train that leaves Wichita every day
at 9 a. m. and reaches Krusas City "a
o'clock the v.ime day and Chicago eerlv
the next morning, liemember the Rock
Island Route is the only line between
Wichita and Chicago on which you do not
have to change trains. Evening train
leat es Wichita at 9 55 p m. City ticket
oflice 100 E. Douglas avenue, corner Main
street, C. A. RUTHERFORD,
111-tf Ticket Agi.
Fee More Portrait display in the Art
Hall at fair grounds ork" made by the
great Air Brush never change. dlll-ft
For ladies' and children's underwear,
Jenness Miller -t j le' YpMlanU and other
makes, please address by mail or call upon
acent, Mi-s Grant, 407 K Douchv- ituuue,
room 27. Oflice hours, after 3 p. m
Take the Frisoo Flyer at 225 p m. to ?t
Ixmiis fair, it is t he fastest tnun in and out
of this country as the Uroe will shon.
Watch for my dipUT at fair gronads.
Rogers the Photographer. Hfe LSt
No ehani of oars of aay kiad Iwtweea
Wichita and Su Ionfe na tbe New Mis
ouri Pacific short !icc, d63 tf
ELDRID6E & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFEREN'CE-Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bant. Kansas Katl Bant.
R. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Informatloa by Wire Free on Application.
IIYE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MERCHANTS
DO THEY PAY?
Cblldren Sometimes So Xot Seen Alto
getlter Perfect, but They Do Pay.
"Sometimes I just think children dca't
pay," said one o'f my careworn and dis
couraged neighbors one day. "What do
you think about itf"
"Well, I don't know," I replied, and my
conscience smot me even while I spoke.
But then I said in mental self reproach
and self excuse for saying it, "I know I
didn't pay," and I don't think I did.
But when it comes to my own bairns
do they pay?
Well, they are "a sight of trouble." In
deed they are, and they cost time and
money and pain and sorrow.
There are three of them and they are
little things still, and my friends who have
older children tell me that I need not ex
pect a time to come when my babies will
be "less trouble" than they are now. I
cannot expect a time to come when they
will not be a source of care and anxiety
and hope and fear no, not even when they
have gone forth to homes of their own and
have their own little ones around them.
Do they pay now? Here I am wearing
old clothes and trying to brush up my hat
to make it look new that my Johnny and
Sammy mny hate netv kilts and reefers
and hats and shoes and look as well as
other children. They do kick out shoes so
dreadfully, and they haven't the first com
punction of conscience about it, either.
They tear and smash and destroy and are
"into everything," particularly the baby.
Does a 3-year-old baby pay for itself up
to the time it reaches that mteresting age?
Sometimes I think not. I thought so yes
terday tt hen my ott a.laby slipped into my
study and "scrubbed" tho carpet and his
best tt lute dnus with my bottle of ink. He
was playing m the coal hod ten minutes
after a clean dress was put on him, and
later in the day he pasted fifty cents' worth
of postage st.inips on tho parlor wall and
poured a dollar's worth of the choicest
"White Rose ' perfumery out of the win
dow "to see it wain."
Then he dug out the center of a nicely
baked loaf of cako, and wa3 found in the
middle of tho dining room table with tho
sugar bowl bettt een hi3 legs and most of
the contents in his s.tomach.
Ho has already cost over $100 in doctors'
bills, and I feel that I am right in attrib
uting my few gray hairs to the misery I
endured walking the floor with him at
night daring tho first j car of his life.
What has ho eter done to pay me for
Ah! I hear his little feet pattering along
out in the hall. I hear his little ripple of
laughter because he has escaped from his
mother and has found his tt ay up to my
study at a forbidden hour. But the door is
closed. Tho worthless little tagabond
can't get in, and I won't open it for him.
No, I won't. I can't bo disturbed when
I'm writing. Ho can just cry if he tv.ints
to. I won't be botheied for "rat, tat, tat,"
go his dimpled knuckles on tho door. I
tit in silence.
I sit perfectly stilL
"Babj- turn in pcez, papa."
He shall not come in.
I wnte on.
"Papa," says the little voice; "I lub my
papa. Peee let baby ml"
1 am not quite a brute and I throw open
the door In ho comes with outstretched
little arms, with shining ees, with laugh
ing face I catch him up into my arms,
and his warm, soft little arms go around
my neck, tho not t ery clean little cheek is
laid close to mine, tho baby voice aya
"I lub my papa."
Docs he pay?
Well, I guess he does! He has cost mo
man j anxious dats and nights. He has
cost me time and money and care and self
sacrifice. He may cost me pain and sor
row. He has cost much. But ho has paid
for it all as.iin and again and again in
whispering those three little words into
my cars, "I lub papa."
Our children piy when their very first
feeble little cries fill our hearts with tho
mother lotc and the father love that ought
ncter to fail among all earthly passions.
Do jour children pay? J. H. D. in De
troit Free Pres3.
The surroundings of Blaine are not only
superficially productite, but several parties
of experienced prospectors hate been ex
amining tho mineral indications, which
gite promise of undreamed of richness.
Coal is found on both sides of the boundary
line, from tho coast back to a distance of
ttv enty-five or forty miles, and comprised j
in an area pi 00,000 acres or more, and tho
country is so easy of access by a railway
lino built parallel with the boundary lino
that thero is but one way in which the coal
will be brought out, and that is through
It is only necessary to be in this coal dis
trict with one's eyes open to see it, and
competent judges affirm that it is coal of
tho finest quality. Nor is coal the only
mineral to bo found. Vast deposits of iron
ore abound; in fact, there is a mountain
some few miles back which is nothing but
iron ore, and oil is so much in evidence
that a stick plunged into the marshy land
can be immediately lighted by the applica
tion of a match. Blaine (Wash ) JournaL
A Grnreyjird Curiosity.
In Nciv London, Conn., there is n lot in
the city cemetery containing five graves,
those of a man and his four wives. The
women's graves form four sides of a square,
the man reposing in the center, while the
inscriptions are as follows:
mr srcovD irirE.
KT TTBS7 mil.
St Looi Republic.
An Ka$lT Melted Metal.
A metal has been produced that will
melt at a temperature of 150 deg3. It is
an alloy of lead, tin, bismuth and cad
mints, and in weight, hardness and color
resembles type metaL It melt so easily
that, pieced on a comparatively cool part
of the 4ove with a piece of ppr under it,
is will melt without the paper being
scorched. New York Telegram.
Lcrel of the Earth.
Tb average level of the solkl earth has
been calculated by Dr. John Murray u he
1,400 fathoms below sea krel, bat more
recast explorations show greater oceaa
depths, according to Dr II R. Mill, aad
a mean sphere lvel at a depth of 1,700
fathoms. That is. all the laud above iht
level of 1,710 fathoms beoeath the wa
would have to be filled into the ireatr
depths in order to give equal height to all
parts of the soHd earth. New York Teie-
THE PEOPLE'S COLOX
Your Wants Supplied.
The follo-rlnff rates tinder the different teadlscJ
trill be chirped.
EiJ-Payable Strictly in Advance.
Ko advert! oraents token for les thaa 10 costs.
Oao uae ad-rertlscaesu charred lace rate as two
i) ADVSRTIIEIIEXTS TAKEN "TO RUN UN
Prices Chun nndsr clisa'fied he&dj In this column
sppBenble onlT to lecal adrcrtlsements. o loreUn
adrortlsoreats takea at prices cires
Asswers to iuiTerLii&aiaen ent in care of the
EAGLE office should be celled for within 10 days
after latartioa, Wh4n advertisers voh replya for
werfied to theai ttat&jed envelopes suiit c s-ut
Referenov tp Iora.tr advertisements shou-d girt
deseriptlcn era da'e ot insertion or copy of the iid
ertiae:ncr t srouid le sent
hot rcssonlb'e fcr Mvertlseiseats glvea or dis
continued ty telephone.
WANTED-FEMA LE HELP.
t nder this head Ic per line per day.
"WANTED-A GOOD WHI1E GIRL TO DO
1 1 houcwori. nui-t be a pool cooV. nnd furnish
references. Apply to ilrsH Iinboden, 2L N hin
poria a e. 1& 3
"TTrANTED GUih FOR GEVERAL HOUSE
V worL, 7N r mporiaave. ilrsOeorgo tjirl
mer. 117 h
WANTED-A GOOD OIRL rOR GENFUAL
housework.. Call at 1W Law rence. 113
-TTAM ED A COMPETENT U I R L KOR
tV boo. -e work In small fNinllj Good vmew
Apply at 'JK N. Topeka a. e. Jlr. Ed. A ail. lflslf
rANTED-A GIRL I OR GENERAL HOUSE
rrork. Appl ut Lhampiona book.sure
Miseclla n to it .
'WANTED 1 HULL LADIrN -JI LL CAPI
1 f tul, iooA npiearance, II i0 to tlWa da guar
anteed. orli light, hours bhort. Address K. care
t-.it.le office. 11 tf
W" JvNTED EXPERIENCED KASK AND SKIRT
hands.au apprentice Apply to JIr L E
BreVen. room A i letcfter bloc. 115
'ANTI D-TttO APPRENTICE GIRLS.
pl Kuuflm.m ,v Koher. 153 N iulu st.
lUtt "WAANThD-Al IHfc OtLRLL AND blllltT
V tactor. hi) N lopoLo, tlrls to make shirts
and ouralls !H-tf
SI T UA TI ON S FEMALE.
Lnder tub, head lc. per line per day.
M it-cclta n con.
"WANTFD-A IIOMr IN ''MAI L FAMILY BY
t an elderly worain a good housckieper and
best of recommend itlotis. inquire of ilr Nilllo
bules, U N 1 ourth ae. 11" 1
T nder thi Head 2c ptr line perdity.
WANTED MALE HELP.
Under thi-i head 2c per line per day.
Bookkeepers ami Clerks.
SITU A TIONSMALE.
Lndtr this head lc per line per day.
WANTED-A POsllION IN SOME Or F1CE AS
assls.ant booklet in. r luoe experlencts will
workcheap. illb.s h Uutii NoiWa t attrman St.
"7ANTED-A POSITION BY A MAN WITH 3
' yenrs experience in w holealo Krocery iul
n"" abw 1 tear exiierience as bookketpar in Bank
of tit aura Lis. A 1' references. Adcirexs K B, cans
LnfcleoiMiy. Ill 2
X. i.d r this l end 2c per lire per duy
" ANTI D-O.N ,r "sHOD?0()h, 2 DINING
il rooniKlrlsat 11 per da and transportation
f urnifhed. one omun 'ir h Usoh or at $2a a month
and transportation. 3 Kirls lit cit at (tpr uretc for
housoioru, lcook in Lity at t per week, 25 railroad
men. 14) Hood chopper. In loajt. kiiU to k11
goods in lit tountr men to wll row! on train
comeecme if ou ant rmplo)iuent of any kind.
J K KeliWurth upjKtslte llutei Carey IK tt
B L SINLSS CI IAN L ES.
A GENTS UA NTED.
X nder thi head 2c per lln" pr dar
XV7ANrrA int--in inhi city. town
If ami MllaH in the L niied Mate trjeept In
rtate nf KaQMUi to take bulrcrtptlou I'oMuuuCr
can ma. icoiiey No capital rt-sHired sjunpW
copies Iree Cash commlteious money tun he n.aie
ty Kttintr np cluhs. Addrewt the Wichita -&!.
tvittu.a, kan. Tl tf
WANTED MISCELLANEO US
ANT-D-I1Y A AOfNO OFNTLEMAN A
nlclT furnibed room close to Ceatrai od
Waco Address. Kootner care hrle oa e !!
ANTED-OAKD AND lAilXtlSU HlB MAV
and wife with no children witbta Ave or iz
blocko of sftatu a depot, prlW family prefnrrnd.
Address W a Mcare l-ai;l- oSlie. 1H V
T ANllrJIVDlLS TOKNOW THAT I HAVE
I V jmt recvlTMl a freb supply tC uiii Kran k
medicine iir r.Uea Cobb. Keaerai anent, U N
fifth are IK
ANIH)-T' EXCHANOt - W. HAVr A
residrocr $ rorjina. sientr of erosad M
crm and In art cuts repair in rood tow n nf lino
ppl near W ichitn. wlJl rnt By year for lli pr
B.oata coenruniorance t i.j ticatmse mr or
ahle residence In Aortl part of city and aanra
mOTlztv;or pay differed e For prtcolr ra
nWTNMttlxi oTer 1H) N Main -st. Him.
AMID-ruTKADK A rtKall'FX E IN A
town In Indiana for Wichita reald&c orm-
erty Will pay taah dlffrac ta taTorof "Wictlia
property. AdUr4 Dr. Kir .wood, fit K Ductf
Ue m i"
ANTED-EVERYBOBYTO KNOW THAT I
aaa bac k from Meitoa aa4 at ar office. No
C1E DaurUcav. Dr X4er. paytda and ir
jreoQ. lt Jt
ANTED-1S orL6 rtioirWi'ii tVmMi
each taat crm b miM ll nnn. liiu
'AN TED-TO BUY GOOD "TABLE NORTH
of IcMirtM '. Owe tast te casa ana can b
moved lBntr Xli strath Xt&. Ut r
WANTED-LIVr OF CITY PROPFRTT HAtX
cs4fanrre. D W.JtcCaiKiatXw-JlMain.
AXTED-BCYEBS FOR THE F1VXST CAB-rtMs-,
n te cttr at MeUnUtAn rarrt
Nefe-ttary-zc b. J.la.
'ANTED CLFRK" BOOKKEEPERS. STEV.
MT.ikfn aad finrrmaa rru-. nr UcJ
TrT"o w nut u bcoa uoroosn y rinni mm
(a lb abore brmarb. to csJi at tn xnstwiifa
Kilo- eot t-ortx DorU and 7-tn -sues.
IA icbitA. nan. U tf
WANTED Horses and Vehicles.
FOR SJ L I-Mi rella wons.
I nder inia bead Tr Jsvr Ua nr day
TJNOR SAL A FRt-H HJLRLFOKO XW Oft
J1 wi tnde J-ssrjF Addrm tmx in. rf
m cxii s HUlntd n " IC ( rfci l tju-n j.
I XR 4.t.LE--TORE FTXTI RK f'fteTI'.
r m otom. 'iibi. maatiro. iatTI-nr etc
Tl uan -lnamT-fti -
TTOR oALF.-BEAt Tir L HOME I XOftTH
J1 wmnofrtty co ?. tin ward ban ' fan mi
Tram. -Jhkm. maa. e Prf mj Ji"'L-J a
Me aareaia ia ab-tcrr fratt fnrrn 4 aiHcai iwffb f tba
"a I. W.ldrCnUa,iwtJl ata. I
TTOB. AI.E OH TaUDK
r Mttrac BMdtaac
a MfTAU Piaxo rv
Wm tffl e r wia
mr a torn rtt MMa to
ytaatc AisUtu -Haaa," tart cfe sCtc miZ
o O O o
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
FOR SALE-17XCD BRICK AT A BARGAIN IP
sold In next ten days. 12$ K ilartet. E. U llar
ferty. IK tf
rpWENTY-FIVE CENTS A HUXDRED, AT
JL this oQce. old papers buluulo for pactins put
tlne unuer carpets, etc Ulit tt
FOR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND
writt-rs note hooka, blank receipt and note
books and lecal blanks of every kind. Mall orders
prompt 'y attended to. Call on or apdreu UiotVWii
ta Lisle. Wlchitu. kan. lt-tt
TT'OR SALE A IIANDOJIE LITHOGRAPH
Jj map of the city of W Ichita. elve names or street
public onlldincs rotleje. parks, etc-, site 12x14 ua
linen paper, pr.ee a cents each, J for M cent. Xj
cents a dozea. Address the tVjchlti Eait. Wldnu,
POR Sale DEFDs. MORTGAGES AND AuL
kinds of Ie?al blanks, nlank receipt books, soto
books. er at the tt lcblta baslo o2ice- Orders by
mall promptly attended to. dlC9-tf
FOR SALE Cattle.
ART AND MUSIC.
THOse. tt IMIINU TO HANDLE THE BRCsII
or pencil In the shortest possible time, will
find private lessons given at their homes a icreat ad
ant.igo as tautrht b Mls Alice Love, teacher of oil
and crayon portraits and all kinds ot decorative
work r or terms call at 40t a Market St, city 117 4
" fKS. tt. C. BKXDEFfP. TEACUEK OF
1'X shorthand, room (i.Zlmmerly. 1U12
"rt.SlC-MRs. ITT Ett'tN. TE.VCHER OFp7"
J.'JL ano A limited numKr of papiis iakc-u For
terms call at 214 W est r oorteenth st. HOtf
MRs EDWARD P HOt FY, VOCAL TEACH
er. r or terms coll it JXj Klrerrtevv avenue
MR JULIA F. DUNN. TEACHER OF VOICE
and iuui, room aJU sedwlck block.
LOnT-ONE HKIDLE BkLOMHNO TO DOUBLE
hnrnes. marked "s on left sld. Plwue return
toEagieoOIco Ueors t fetrone. lisJ-
LOST-APAlrToF GOLD EAR KI.NOS ttTTH
small son in tenter The Under will tw lib
orall) rewaruud by liuvine the samo at IBS River
flew stru J RK.h. IM J
Under this head c per line per dty
rpAKLN LP-ONh &ORKELL HORbi., CAN BE
found at 134 s Itta ave.
rpAKFN I P-A3-EnK-OI.D RED COtVATSSII
X N Arkansas ate. lti '
T"aKLnp-AT H ttEtsT DOCOLAS. PIU
abont two montha old. Oh ner can have mom
b proving proswrty and paying charges, HIV
rpAXl-N IP-AHKDCOW. StWLLOW PORK
JL In r'fthl ear. about 2 jears old On er ian
have same b) proving proptsrt) and puylnc aHravn,
t0 .North Mduu. IMS
riAKLV U'-A IIA MARK PON. BLAZK
X lace and left hind fool bite Owner can bare
me by proving proierty and pnylaa rhaiaw In
uulre a.t iiaple DHlry, four milea tml on Maple si
Ij"OlN- PAIR OF KTk.GLArKb. THE
Jj oh ner can hae by prot lac property. Call al
tul!. oBtcc. Ill 1
Under this head 3c per lino per day.
FOR SA LE Horses and i'ehicles
l nder this hend c per lint per dar
FOR RENT House.
1 ader this head Si per line pr day
iSftoH RrNT-HOLs,L NO 3W .N MARKET, i
J), roonm, and o5 N Lniorta ae, i roouj. Apply
to s Bird. KO -N Mala
-KOR RENT A DESIRABLE I OTT AG Al
K the northwest corner of Market and 1 enth
streets, v, ith a large yard. Apply to Jirs I'll ewis,
Wt N loptkau llhi
MK)K IthVr-MNh ROOM HOLK ON7 LUL
leite Hill runtihtr. flne lot tilon. Ali an
M-wim honse on N f mpona convenient In pmt klnj
hoiisuH, bait blotk from electrU iar Lull or iwiareiM
Mrs. h. (. Munn, corner HIllBkiu abd Lentral or box
rtMJK REM-AV LLfcttN KOOM HoLbE
Ki. nicely furnUbed ihrougtMMtt, Miltable for
kecpinK Ixmnlers. lthln two blw k of IhiukIo ae
rent ery reHMitMble ton iwlMMwtble pnrty, Aiau a
sit room iolruieon Oct.5 very desirable, t.js iu
Iniinireat IJ(K Lawrence II-" i
A-rOR RENT-HOtsK NO 1211 NORTH MAK- '
f"l kLtctreet, Tiooint-, bath, lame to-ti eel in-, i
Kkm1 btuble, iouI hotifre. el. Cull at 16 Liwruce
.iv e mi
SlrOK RrNr-O.NK OF THE IINLST RK.Sl
tlS dnet on College Hill. Ml rooms, large bnru.
Kuod tll and chslern, nne shftde treen und Inwu
comer ot Moer and 1 nird A A. Hyde MX, W
FOR RENT Rooms.
Under this hentl 3e pr lltieper day
l"?OH "KfcV I -A 1 ai N " roPhKA. 3 0 .N n.RN
J. tehed rooms on first Uxr, Miltable for Mcht
houMikeeiiiD?. Parties w Knout children prfmi
IrOR RINl-TttO LPPrR OR THRhEIltt FR
) riHinw onfurnn-hed (.an be ned lor Ilybl
honekeeplnK o JWb iAwrenceave. lli ti
1?OR RENT-FURNIbHED ROOMS BY THE
i: day. week or mnnih. 3B2 N'erth Main l IK 6
1710R RKNT-MtfcLY PLKNIsHhD MooMi
; for I mil. all modern convenkMH.es. iM N To
peka ave l-tf
1Tjlt7tirNr A t!R DrMBABLki i LRMnll
ed room, vt 3i North hmporiA. ltilf
FOR RENT Farm I'roperty.
Lnder this head Sc peJ line per day.
FOR RE2s TMistttlancou.
X. nder this hni 3c per line per day
-r-n H rTr. fAC STK.T HAKfRY ANU
lj dwellinif hoo wl Mauto, all & Odk atmel.
lleno fleiueyer 91 tf
l?OK HrNT OR SA Liu-BUSINESS AND RK81
1 dencf iirop-rty 'n all prt of the Uty liael
ltro . t& Jiorth Market i-t. dMe-tf
I nder thU hd 2c per line pr 1t
7)R TRADK-OBO KKIES-A FIRST rina
A Mock of Kincrrtr with a ftrx neUiWlahed trade
W ill trade far d9lratle land or cattle and half -nan.
Adrir- l.roil. care IUie lli St
ir-OR TRADE -A WOl)iH JCTOV. NEWLY
X pHlnteii and aphetM'rd. for a good atngle
driver o- for n team of powea. Addrens. Plutsti.
Care Eie edtoe. lb
X to vtcnila, no encuniori.ncej u irao iur ir v
erty in m rtnern Ohk. Addren Lock Bei M tuuo- '
view Oblo lb 6
I ."OR TRDr-TWO ROOM IIOLKE AM J
J1 Im I'M front) laid aoatk of Uncoln. Jlru
gag Tnr tuw aid ln-re-t Ml nW on. WUi trade
roulty lor a Mnjsy. larael Mrok. IS NortU Jtnrkei.
I nder th' ao-d 3l .- line ner tny
!R KXf HA.NOE-A fKKD TARM AID OTHf H
J preerty to wkwif for WkJUl pnmmtty
Address or InquJrr il L onk urvi. ItHT
JK tX HANO-MAKE OFFETrOrirTWO
J' piv fjt gr4 Haocenty Und. w,l iacntd.
pood rnultl- prfst title Want have yoe' Wui
accept bet oST inndeMMO. Z. C Morrtnon. owi..-,
KM sedrwkk btck. 1I& "
GENERAL STORAGE. '
-'OfDS OF ANY D.sT RIPTIOX pnRED AT
It reMonble mtos, lnBlro at til XeUl Main.
1 tetcber A. Hlbarer Ut Jf
t'ed-r this bead tt pr Use yr dy
MO.NER TO LOAN IS
mte. D WUCi Un7n '
ONER TO LOAV IS .XALL AJIOf'NTn OS
ttocf. cmtvi. etc Lov
l vwrtn Xnin. IU
MONIt T( lAAt IN -MALL AM' TNTU ON
bwi mnta. elanng nn4 koqnteM reedt
"hor: uatc nnner buwebt- H. A. aUy ltt n Mm
Urt 111 Or
ONET TO UOAN-WK MARK imORT TIM
JiL loans ea rkllla and nil xeod MrnrlUea.
BUc'fwttarr JC unternec MaetroKi ntwa
ONEY TO LOAS-WE WfLL IOaJ YOt,
ener ec teee er ahert myi ee fnrea w
property b no. castfe. sraJa.
rek. etc llee A Htrar H and JH
T7CRMTTHX tUNR. TATTUt LOAa-sKN.
r rr la I'd en aieme. iMytblg br J T Uu.
last, ee m.e'etd t crvcery. cerec FtrM and Ma. a.
MONET LOAVEP ON HOR.eE. MVOiHtH
os 9taMn, hes metd feraMer . mt
heorbt. If yee vaM a imtmu usMannt W sMevf
nwn. and -t n. W T. Mknk 1 Ce J Meru, Jtats
Cnd-r Ud beed r we tte r eny
wttT LE IH.C-3 PKBrOOKAL P1LIA THE
r-t rveneA nemer wtOfeUreHeteaa.
MrnnX mynn mi neeMltvty eae n;p m mt Ufce
ayewa Wwnmd ve ereennv- m, imtmrmt Mmn.
TW nilta iiH net be te etaetaar nv n
l-ii ' i i nf imai. ibii eeia.
IS ete-eeflsdv by (en Lw
. WkSuUk a by Mm
OW THEN (syETOKAjeeAS-AVY MA I
lb t a stnMn mntane tn
r a been ram n rkue reas to Men
IfeMeier traeeHnmr. naanna fa
fri (nnA. - -d Imutmt kee, eera . atnl
P. Uae eirat mm r eampmt aW wend, tee t
tr ar aon nnd an. t bdef ta rt,
I' yea U' momrr m mrm wrt ra
: etaar - '.- v?r y tatwnw
rare year pin, &.?'-' r.wiMii
gTse m tsassleteaiea Ee a. kkw,Xm. IM r
l?0at aWaaaf AJK HQxMS CU.JU. AT :
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
CATTLE FED AND PASTURED FOR CASH
or on share 1 will take from 100 to LC00 head a
abore. Everything first cla. Also any number ot
horses. Hale Cowley. Wichita. Hi ST
J7ARMS WAN TED-ANY MAN IX KANSAS
? wanting to sell a fann.ad ma t&TQ xai I
will pay the expense la tho east and the other oae
half of the railroad fare and bring you n niaa want
ing to bay your farm- bend all the conditions aad
descriptions Do not taff the prtrw, for your near
Knefcabor will kick it oat and tell his aad learo
yaatopay ths expense if you don't want to do
bameM don.t write bend contract ot self and wife
aireoln to make deed. I will not enUrtala bad
title. I vrfll taraih yem a tnaa wantlax yoar fana
or -efaBd money. My conunls&ica 3 pr coat. Hale
t owle . t k hita, Kan. Hi
TE HWE SOME CLEAR IMPROVhD FARMS
t m Ohio to trade for merchandise or stout.
Address Lock Box ia EI Dorado. Kaa. Ill tt
Take at Ten.
Lenve Kansas City 10:00 a. in., arrlTa
Chicago 7J5 a. ni., daily. Santa Fo route.
Blank charters and all Und of legal
blanks for &ato bj
The Wichita Eagle,
dTl tf Wichita, Kansas.
A Hindoo God.
The famous Hindoo god, Iingam, Is now
owned by an English gentleman of culture
named Spencer, wh paid $13,000 for It at
an auction sole in London in 1&3. ThLi
curious relic stands but 12V inches high.
Small as it is, it i worth it weight in first
water diamond. The base is of solid gold,
and around it are Fct nine poms which
were uetl as charms a diamond, ruby,
sapphire, chrysoberyi oat's eye. coral, pearl,
hyacinthinc, garnet, yellow sapphiro and
an emerald. Around the a pox of this pura
sold and gem studded pyramid is a plinth
bet with diamonds.
On the apex ia a topaz 1 10-16 inches in
length and 0-16 of an inch in depth, shaped
like a horseshoe. In the center of the
horseshoo the great chrysoberyi cat's eyo
stands. When Bahador Shah, butter known
as "Bad Shah," tho last king of Delhi, was
captured and exiled to tho Andaman isl
ands his queen secreted this god, and it
was never seen again until rccont rwoarah.
dtfrcot ered and brought it to tho British
capital, where it was disposed of to Air.
Spencur, as above mentioned. Su Louis
3Tado of Old Hank Illll.
Did anyono over wonder what becomes
cf tho old bank bills when too much warn
to bo kept in circulation? Wo know they
aro redeemed at the tub trvaanriw, boo
w hat is done with them then, or what be
came of tho paper money that ws in n6
several yttars ago when there was no silver
money m circulation with which to mako
During Grant's adminintrntinn tkis tcrip
and thtt aecninn latum of worn out bank
bilk) were gtbmi together ia tho treas
ury at Washington in ono nunc reCKod,
ill KineiHng pile, of whwh the elerkn who
counted it were afraid for fear dmeaso
lurked in it. Thin dirty paper 1mm 1 all bet-n
redeemed with nllter money awl repre
sented hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Tho pllo was set on (ire nnd burned in
the presence of several oillclata, awl after
ward tho ashes were taken and mixed with
some adhodvo subtitanca. From the com
position thub mads was modeled n statu
ette a foot huh of ft broken, fluted coluinu,
ami also n perfect fuc similo of the old Lib
erty bell in Independence hall, Philadel
phia. The bell h.is tho apponranre of dark
granite and U six Inchon high, with tho
date 1778 indented upon one side, tho famil
iar crack on the other.
Thot.0 mementoes were presented to the
lato Hon. Charles K. Couant, at that tlmo
assistant secretary of tho treasury, and it
tviiH in the home of his family that I saw
thuao relics of days past. Slary I WjatU
A Mountain Tribe.
A strange nnd interesting class of peopla
lito in the mountain regions of eastern
Galiclrt nnd Bukowlni, and in tho border
mountains of Hungary. They aro called
Huzuls, and are a mixture of two tribott
which wero driten out of blavonia anil
Mongolia 000 years ago
They are at present about 30,000 In num
ber, and live in small settlements, seldom
more than six or en families in a settle
ment. Thtfflo w'ttlrments are called "sta
roetieV the "starost," or governor, being
ulwars t nf oldest son of tho fonnder of tho
totlm nt nnd his direct deacundanta.
This governor has unlimited control of
the people, but he possesses no morn lands
or flocks than any other man in the star
rosty, as tho fields and sheep which form
tho wealth and are thn pride of the Hn
ml s are the common property of the set
tlement. Although they have rrgular homes, they
mako very little use of them as abiding
places. As f oon as the first signs of spring,
which thev rail the ' green time," appear
they are ofF, and far seven months wander
through the mountains as hnnters or henl
rann, ami only the ' black time" ef winter
brings them berk to the settlement. As
to their religion belief. itry urn heathen,
and are Altai with all worts of strange su
perstitions. Youth's Companion.
Kar, Ttldlcutonily Bo, t Rwlm.
"The art of swimming is net difficult of
sttaioment, rather idicu)9tlly easy," said
IrofMsor Donalneen. "All that is wanted
ie cottHdeime. When the begiBner aecurm
this all difficulty ceaaen. A familiarity
with the buoyant power of water sbmihl
le gained. A good way to aeqain) this n
for the bmiri'ir to advaneo breast hifih
Into the water tul Allow an e;r to drop
to the boMoro Th eb)t Is to divo down
with eye-s open and bring np the eg,'.
"He will soon find by depressing his feet
he can rt te the top. The thing that wtll
strike these l'i(lnn'n U the dtlHenlty of
forrlas tbemsoires throagh the water to
reach the C4gg. This Is where the besefls
ef the experiment cerewt in, for the Vwiraer
bcoteM aware of the irrwit stteiateiag er
supporting power of wat-sr. sad the etm
tldsace is gained " Svr Ymrk Hun.
To AmaUsr T'oet.
"Way do yon write poetry? V.Ty dea
anyono else wb nutt arn hi bceayj aad
betU'r by hrsis er isovili write eryj
Sot that it is not grand and feantifJ
not that the wortd enn de wtthowt Mr-set
that it sift's set make the wertd beter, test
b-CAOM there U ne mowj In It. Sessie of
the great poet hare made mewey, ad a
few of the leutf oars aar. peraap, maeVt
a lirtajr, bat tnr a, a&aatwar there )w to
be bo ebw. IS'ere rou today to pt4m
jes-thintr hUe thaa Tsbvvh g beet
yoa would And hard r&rk te soil tt feir
16 MIL One who has aaree ad faeee t
Mwke fthovld torn to alaeoet atry o3er
chafiaeL Detroit Irv Pre.
The Vatae of .Noe IIr.thAar-"i
Breatidsig thresh the aoe eeees Izzita
tieai of te throat a4 hiara by wnyaelafC
the air if cold, ej stnualag U If doasy, -
tore it reAeaes tbetr saeee ttelMaaVt
WaiMa Brenthtw threstzh Um
ram ta aaifdra V-a3tHrntare ed
erjraa three:a the aea.nat xyJMz f
wscxb atr. BrmUhlK taxreejgh the -
sreatfc2a toe aestaetes of tb dtepfcrsga.
thus iarfocta? 4eeaar mA taiSer laaei
tiew. XsaalMedM the ehdeet ut hrmmtktm
aad shew fees- tike aaraste based raV.
tbxeesrh tbetr srscem ef tir-.4 Wws eafr
UlarteM. berae tie weanrftU laafMeee
d twutm of the tdy -Ktw Tewt
AUet t Oetietn.
De3 Qtxee V feeavraaerd ia spread
dtfforend wy ta &. Sselae t-
i De r7rixt. The bUfc eeaaate
tsaa of the wmi aeatada ery atave Wk
4mmkej hmzf. eawates fc ti
eettatrjr wm Hr ha l cJ ee
US yreaT. TesBis StttkSfi.