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Eh TOtMia gaily fagfc: fftrteg lEtimitmr, getemfet 26, 1890.
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"W. r. OAHTJIETA. JAS. L. OTtn.
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IlilK TA1II.E CIIICAOO. KIKK J&I.aMJ A. l'CIk1
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fiOLVn OKTll AI LAST.
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Denver and Pacific Cait
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Loul
and Chlcaeo. Through
Mnll jiuil e?f-ilftllr
No. 4 Kansas City.M. Louisj
nu uuicauo nitriit ex.
No. (32 AccomtnodHllon,
dally except Sunday.
No. 3 ICanrsas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. dally ....
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chlcnirn through mall
and ex. dally
No. CI Accommodation, dully
i"rM 230 I'M
EleKRiit reclinlnc; chair cars on all tr.ilns, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
ChlcnRO without change on nlt'lit trains. Tickoti
told and liasa-re lieckcd throiish to all points
north, south, cist and west, ond steamship tickets
sold to nil I'uropcan points at lowest rates. City
ticket, ofllco 100 East Doinrlns uvonue. corner Mtln
street; pas.en;er station corner Douglas and Me.iJ
aenues. Telephone i:.
C. A. Hi'TnntFonn. Ticket Agent.
JNO.SMMSTIAN. G. T. &. P. A Chicago. 111.
tT. 1 (ll'IS Jt SAN FUANCISTO II. IL
Til A IN.
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No 1. tiolm: West, pass (to!
Ellsworth) di M
No. 3. (iolngwest, jiasseng'r
(stops tl Inirrton) I 4 45pm
No. 4, (Joini: Eart, j)assner Ui5 a ji
No.2, Going East, passeuuer! Id 6 I'M
No.6,joing East 1
No.5. Ooin West to Ilurrtonl 3 (X) p M
530 a M
2 K) I'M
Trains marked thus run daily.
W est lxiunil train. No. 1. has Pullman car.
West bound train. No. 3. connect at lltirrton for
Pueblo, New Mexico and Southern Callfornlu.
East bound. No. 4, Ib n solid train to St. Loul.
makes connections for It. Smith. Little Hock and
East liound, o. 2. night express to St. Louis, has
iree leciining cpair car ana I'unm.in sieepr.
No. 0, fa t eastern express h.is five reclining chair
car. tourist sleeper, and Pullman sleeper to St. I ouls
No. . fn'.t western expn'.ss. has through tourist
sleepr to Los An:eios and Pullman sleper to El
Paso. Texas, uud through to the City of iltxico with
City t'nion Ticket ofllco. 122 North Jlaln street
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA A WESTEKX IL R.
I .UMIIVK I.fUVK
(Joins West. pass, (dally).,
Goim: est, trelglit
Going East, pav,
doing i:ast. fielglit.
5 15 P m
12 W 1 M
8 40 A M
11 05 A M
I iilon 'I irLet oftlre 122 North Main street, rnion
I'asjonger Station corner Douglas tnd 5th avenues.
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StOl'M POOP u
740AM 745 am
710am 743A 21
5 05 p M 6 10 P U
4 35 p m stops here
NORTH Ml vast.
.o. 411' Kansas uity express
ii 4lij (.nicago vettiuuieu
No. 4(v Missouri Hlvr cx-
MILTH AND W1JIT.
No. 4(7 Oklahoma City and
No. 4 1 Cnldw ell anil Pan-
No. 4(6 FL Worth. Galves
ton and Texas express. .
No. 41i' Wichita Express,
fn.m Kansas City. .. j
Trains miirked thus dully.
SOUIPMXNTNOHTU AND EAST.
Train Nc. 414, Kansas City express, runs solid to
Kansas City, has cha.r ar service.
Train No. 400 has through Pullman from Galves
ton and connects at Newton with so'id vestlbuled
express to Chicago without change, arriving there
at hM next morning.
Train Nil, 4lh hae fre reclining cha'r car to Kan
sas City, Pullman to Kansas City, also to Topdka,
Atchison and St. Josep'i.
EQriPJIE T SOUTH ANO WEST.
Train Na4U7. has Pullman and chair car.
Tralu No. 405 has through Pullman car to Ft.
Worth and Galveston.
Train No. 41 j has reclining chair car from Kansas
City and stops Wichita.
t ity I'nlon Ticiet offlce 122 North Main street,and
liiioa Passenger Mutioa corner Dooglns and Sth
avenues. W. D MritnocK. D. P. A-
A handsome lithograph map of the city,
showing all the streets ami location , . he
public buildings, etc., for sale at this
Chirago express via the Missouri Pacific
railway, leaves Wichita at S:45 a m. Chi
cago next morning 8 o'clock. Missouri
"Pacific railway. 107 tf
Take the Frisco Flyer at 2:25 p. m. to SL
Louis fair, it is the fastest train in and out
of this country as the time will show.
Fine PUjlnp Cards.
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John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
railway, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards that ever glad
dened the eyes aud rippled along the ling
ers of the devotee to High-Five, Seven-Up,
Casino, Dutch, Euchre, Whist or any other
ancient or modern game, nnd get your
money's wortu live times over. 16 tf
Night express for Kansas City. St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita ac9:-50 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on this
train. Alissouri Pacific railwav. 107 tf
Truly a Modern Inovation.
The Santa Fe's Chicago vestibuled ex
press, which leaves Wichita at 10 a. m. ar
rives at Kanvis City nt.flp. m.: Chicago
next morn in ii S:f0. No' change of any
class from Newton. Free reclining library
chair cars, vestibuled coaches, Pullman
palace sleeping and dining cars. dl2tf
Take notice that I hare asked the pro
bate judge of Sedgwick county, Kansas, to
grant me a druggist's permit to sell in
toxicatiug liquors for medical, mechani
cal and scientific purposes only, at 72s
Ka.t Douglas avenue, in the city of
Wichita. Said matter will be heard by
Rd judge on the -Mth dav of December
lSPd. j). w. TANNER, Pharmacist
Wichita, Kan., Nov. :, 1550. d4-4
flEAED" AT 6J3TYSB1JEG.
COUNT OF PARIS AT AMER
The Union Corp Generals Meet Their
Former Comrade, and Explain the In
side History of tho Great Battle The
Count as a Military Student and Critic
New York, Oct. 27 -Que of the most in
teresting reunions ever held on Gettysburg
battlefield, was the- resent meeting of the
Count of Paris and a lew of his former
comrades of McCielhn barmy who had im
portant commands wn- n Gettysburg was
fought. Tho Union funerals who went
there to attend ihecomt during his in
spection of tho battle.lcld positions were
Slocum, Sickles, Howard, Doubleday,
Newton, Wright and Gresg, all of whom
had served with him on tLe Peninsula in
lbC2, and had risen to high positions in 1SC3.
With the exception c' Gen. Gibbon, who
was second in com mat. 1 to Hancock in the
Second corps, these art- ail the living com
manders of army corps under Gen. Meade
at that time. Slocum commanded his own
corps, the Twelfth, and also the right
cotjnt 07 r.vr.is. v
wing of the army; Sickles led his corps,
the Third; Howard r immauded his own
corps, the Eleventh, a.id for a time other
troops on the field: Duubleday and Xewton
commanded the Fi.v corps on different
days; Wright v.-::s sond in command to
Sedgwick in the Si: h corps and Gregg
commanded a cavalry iivUion that fought
a decisive battle with Stuart, an action
that hits been calie.l tl e one rent cavalry
fijiht of the war. N);i of t hese generals, a halt was made at the little old stone
with the exception of Doubleday and dwelling occupied a-. Meade's headquar
Sickles, has shown a desire to fight the , ters during tho fight Gen. Daniel Butter
k.ttle over in pi int. ! field, who acted a n rshal of the tourists,
Sickles has written and spoken a great I quietly led the way t a room where the
deal in answer to uitu imus in high places famous council of war was held late on
on his conduct in that battle, and Double- July 2, 1S63, after Sic Jes" disaster on tho
day has written toe!- t,r up history. How- j Union left.
nrd ami Slocmn, wh- from the prominent ' That council it was .hat decided whether
parts taken by them l that field and their there should be any g eat battle at Gettys-
nearness to the c nmanding general,
Meade, during the n ;st exciting periods,
should be qualified U give important tes
timony, have kept sil. ut, except in one or
two cases where they verc appealed toby
brother officers. Grc g, known to all the
array as a silent mat. has heretofore re
fused to speak or u write on what ho
knows of a moit vital part of the wonder
ful fight. 1 he charm that has been potent
to open at last the lips of Slocum, How
ard and Gregg is ti e invitation of the
Count of Paris, who beyond all else that
distinguishes him is an able, painstaking
and impartial student aud historian of the
Whatever the mainspring of this royal
Frenchman's ambition may be, he has had
the patience and the love of hard labor to
produce a work of history that has few
parallels, and has no equal at all in the same
field. It is a common faying that men
cannot write acceptable histories of their
own times, but somehow the count's expe
rience refutes this notion. Several vol
umes of his work have been before tho
American public for years, nnd the men
about whom he has written the most have
been the first to recognize his power and
his spirit of fairness. They aro ready to
add to his material out of their own re
sources, knowing the use that will be made
At the first thought it might besupposed
that a prince haing the curious record
that lies back of the present head of the
house of Orleans could at best lw only a
dabbler iu any Foriotw work nnd a mere
pretender to kingship in the world of let
ters, and I confess that I went to Gettys
burg as a looker on expecting to sec noth
ing more 'hum formal entertainment of
the count ..ml those wonderful scenes,
something that w mid leave a useless me
morial to thcefu.': fh.-.t distinguished mili
tary men had attended the royal visitor
over the field aud m more. This was a
mistaken notion. W!. n he had been on
the ground a couple of hours, examining
that series of intricate nnd ' uT.ing maneu
vers known as the firt d.i.-"s fight, Gen.
Slocum remarked, private v. that there
was nothing of the novice or dabbler about
tlie count, out that ins. muit.-. Knowledge
and critical insight were- of tho beat and
Men who fought in the war aid have fol
lowed the count's description of scenes
and actions familiar to thtmselves, but
which the historian never saw, have been
struck with his fidelity in minor details,
such as the ditcction of a fence or a creek,
the positions of buildi igs, the ridges, ra
vines and woods on the fields, and ten
thousand little things that the record con
tains. It seems that it is not accident in
any case, nor exceptional. Either the count
has written nothing but what he has veri
fied in some way, or he has verified every
thing and written it all down. His mom
ory is also good. When the Gettysburg
guide, Capt- Long, who sat on the driver's
seat of the count's carnage, staru-d on this
tour, he began to point ..., the- old land
marks juH as he is accistomexl to do with
all strangers. This w eat oa for some time,
the count responding, "Yes,'' '"Yes," as the
objects were mentioned. Finally the royal
sightseer turned spokcsniau himself, aid
on approaching a hous, or farm, or creek,
would name it accurately, anl the captain,
who is fnll of his story, rclaed into si
lence until called upon, which was usually
by other- of the jxir.y.
While going ov.r the different positions
on the field the count wasuhvays accom
panied by the Union general who com
manded there 'exippag in the case of
Hancock's field), ku! : .-: furnished infor
mation hen callsd u,ru. Tlie questions
asked usually were wk they, as command
ers, did certain thing or why tb?y did not
make certain possikja moves. The knowl
edge he sought lor w s persoafil and ex
planatory; descriptio. he carried in his
head, and had obtx. -- ! them from the
multitude of booLs, v and manuscript
records treating of subject. During
the snrvey of Gen. .' J n's lines, some of
the irty asked th .eral where he had
nad his artiSlery t tt.'oc-d since there wen
so few good petitions for it visible on the
line. Tlie count answid promptly. "On
Powers hill," while Slocum was turning
to point out the :ot bsiore naming it.
The locality that aroused the most spirit
among the g?nerais was the scen of
Sickles' famens ba:tle, the action which
President Lincoln calhd a wfcni. for th
reason that it insured Srht to the nnhh
at Gettysburg. The crtuci-qn oa SJckhs- h
that he went too far fornrani aad present
ed two lines or aa anek. to the enemy
The count finds wax fault with the stat
of affairs in his history, vzl pats the hUne
upon Gen. Meade Doris z the exiuaiaa-
ticn of this croucd Ges Howard remarked J
to Gen. Slocum that fa-ckles' movement to
the front delaved ths Confederates long
enough to enable tiie Federate to occupy
Round Top, the key r sition of the whole,
and beat off the encn y Avho rushed for it.
Slocum said that this nayjiave been the
result; he would not f y positively. Gen.
Xewton said that it was worth thinkinp
about, that Round T might have been
secured to the Union troops without "all
the fuss" Sickles bun with Longstreefcin
order to secure it. 'in-.' count made no ob
servation about the flair while on the
held, and the comments by Howard, Slo
cum and Xewton ar? the result of this
meeting of the corps s nerals.
At the famous auKof the stone wall
where a good view of he field of Pickett's
charge is to be bad. u'.l fiave way to Cape
Long's faithful desci.puon, and no one
cared to dU-ent f.'om his opinion that the
charge was the brnve - thing of the kind
on record. As is ea.- If to be seen, the
whole of thogronnd matched across by
Pickett's column was swept by Meade's
artillery on Cemeterv Ridge. When the
speaker ended his story, leaving Picfeett's
baffled and dishearten, i remnants sullenly
retiring to their own I nes, the count add
ed, as though finiani: c ths thoughts he
had carried in mind ti iring the narration:
"Yes, they failed for -ant of artillery am
munition. With plet ty o aiomumtion to
play artiilcry against artillery the Confed
erates could have canied it, or, with their
infantry against Mea'J j's infantry without
artillery they could h ve won. But with
infantry alone against artillery it was not
This view agrees wit i that of Longstreet
at the time Longsii -et, whom the count
blames for Lee's fa; ure at Gettvsburg.
This general attemr ed to recall Pickett In jndoa with the baseball teams ho
after he had started o. The charge because vlaIted the T x q, baQ lum ono dnr
the Confedei ate nrtdh ry ceased firing, and M ter bavi ins?ected tho place with gen
gave as a reason l..ok I ammunition. uine interest he romarked to the manager
It would have a.ldeu interest to this tour j tbat be regarded it as rather amazing that
of the great battie g.ound had there been nmrmnn thn i,Hn .WHnm - -nf, t.hom
some of the Confeder te crenerals DresenL
Longstreet and Ewe i, of the corp- com
manders, and .several tivisiou commanders
and chiefs of artille;. battalions are still
living. Dou'otls a desire on the part of
the count to avoid nimgloment in the
bitter controversies t at have grown out
of tho battle is the reason they were not
When the seene of t'ie grand charge had
been left behind sever 1 of the followers of
the uihtimruisbeu jar .y supj)o&ed that the
work of exploration hs fininiied, but a lit
tle informal votings owed a strong desire
to ride away off to ie right flank, four
miles beyond the est: me end of the army
lines around Gettyv arg. and hear Avhat
Gen. Gregg had to s.- ' about the way he
thrashetl "Jeb" Stua. t's famous troopers
i in opeu field on July 5 1SU3. On tho road
burg or not, for it wa there voted to "stay
and fight it out" on C'.-metery Ridge. How
much the unhappy rcalt of Sickles' fight
of the day had to do w itli the decision or
with bringing uptheq aestion of retreating
or fighting can only K conjectured. The
majority of Meade's g-' nerals objected to a
retreat perhaps for t uo very reason that it
would look like a defet t.
This informal meed 3C of the survivors
of the council, Slocum, Howard aud New
ton, with Hutterft.u. who, as Meade's
chief of staff, recordc u tho minutes of the
original council, wa.; l le only gathering of
tho kind that has beep held. The moro the
insido history of the i attle of Gettysburg
is brought to light the greater is seen to bo
the significance of Miadc's war council,
and this impromptu aO.irof the survivors
will probably give rise to a permanent me
mento. In a spirit of fun at first the members
assumed their original positions, Newton
on the same old bed where he had been
asleep after a long rii'.e, and awoke with
out arising to hear opinions aud ,ive his
voice; Slocum behind a door, whicit for
comfort's sat-e on a 1-ot July night, was
wide op?n: Hownrd and Butterficld in
their old place in th- same cottage chairs.
The commissioner of tl e state of Pennsyl
vania iu the Gettysbur ; Memorial associa
tion, Gen. Gobin. sei.'.etl upon this little in
cident a- an inspiration for a poem and a
picture comtuemoratii g the meeting of
iia j, AI
0 A " jf
thQ council. The his'oric old house will
stand for generations y t. ami the Memorial
association has purch tscd it for preserva
tion in itsoriginai form with permission to
the former owners, wh lived there during
the battle, to remain iu it the rest of their
From Meade's headquarters to the cav
alry battlefield the ro.d leads along the
rear of the Uni'in araiy. where trains of
artillery and animus tion were parked
during th" Cg!it. and oa pitst the flanks of
the Union and Conf- crate lines. One is
reminded in g.injf on r this ground that
it would have been easy for Lee to ruin
Meade's army by a for.se dashing in upon
this ex pox i rear. It va to tell why no
Coafeder..u force got in there that Gen.
Gregg led the way 4vad pointed oat the
movements of bi- divvic.n on July 2 and 3,
1883. He wns on the way to Gettysburg,
according to orders, he- Mtid, not knowing
.hat a. battle was expensed there, and on
the 2d had hal'-ed f; fosio unguarded
cross roar's leading :. m the north to the
rear of Meade's arm One Confederate
column h.td already n irche! down in this
direction from the no. h and then turned
off toward the town. - id Grecg decided to
picket the retnon: br.t lading no enemy in
the vicinity after a d . s watch he went oa
toward Gettysbar? to eport and to make
a connection between his cavalry and
Meade's infantry H. At headquarters
he was instructed to p?w the 3d in the
same position he bd occupied on the 2d
guarding tbe cross rtrtk He did so, and
with three brigades, atmopring 5,000 men,
whipped Stuart with . O".
Gregje told hi orr oa tbe pot where
the troopr. of Cos-ttrr aad Hampton mt
in wbnt wa? ore-rxtbiv .b bones: tnoaatcd
encounter Icaowa doriiwr the war. Hw ,
aarracive wa ptaialy jrtrwn. ia terms so
precis that tbj wao'd do for an OtSdai
report. Wbea he bad llni-hed tbe eocnt ;
asked sssMrroos qa-'ciMns about the
charge sf Currer's ad Huupton'$ men.
how thr forned. how rkev rod. how t av
rallied, re-fanned a-i rrtoraed u tb
charge, and in what raaaar they desh
their blorrm. Gregg aosw-re.1 tprv-ly. 4
scribiar: a desperate hznd to hand straV.
waare .aber stroSce id ptetot stmt wer
civea and tAVe with Itemikte Cicn-ac4 1
"" JSJE iij. " sS". "Vf
coolness, as tnongn tno fates of theTorces
represented on both sides depended upon
the issue, for so, in truth, they did. The
count asked what the hour was when the
cavalry was most warmly engaged in this
combat, and Gregg answered, "Simulta
neous with Pickett's charge."
He then stated that Stuart had been told
by Lee to slip between Gregg at the cross
roads and Meade's infantry east of Gettys
burg, get in the Union rear and seize tho
reserve artillery and the ammunition
trains, and stampede the wholo camp on
the slope behind Cemetery Ridge while
Pickett was charging up the front side.
"And if he had gotten in there," observed
Slocum, "that would have been the last of
"But why didn't Stuart go in there, if
that was the plan?" Gen. Howard asked,
"Why?" said the count, responding to
Howard by repeating his query and point
ing proudly to the modest cavalryman.
"Because Gregg was here to see that he
shonldn't go in!"
Geof.ge L. Kilmer.
"Our Factory" In London.
A never failing reliance is "our factory."
Upon "our factory" does tho British
tradesman fall back as naturally and as
gracefully as if it wero a couch of down.
Every little two-by-five shopkeoper claims
to have "our factory," and so he has, only
'tis not his factory any more than 'tis
yours and mine; ha buys of an agent or
drummer who calls around with samples
every fortnight. Yet "our factory" hr.a
come to be a standing jolxc among Ameri
can visitors in London.
i. j-i .t .i ..i.t i
i he did not und ono with brown eyes.
Thereupon (so Lynch tells rets) tho man
ager began to hem, to haw and to bhuftfo
at a great rate.
"No, I'm very sorry, sir, that we'ro short
of the brown eyed articlo to-day," said tho
manager, "but I'll send down to our
factory and order one If you like." EtiS&QQ
Field in Chicago News.
It 13 lawful to Commit Mnrtler.
Is it lawful to commit murder? An
acute legi.1 friend of mine propounded
this question tho other day and answered
it himself in the anirmative, "You cannot
lawfully lull your wife at ono blow, Tavcr
ncr," he said; "but you can murder her by
degrees and the law w.di not touch you."
And then he went on to instance tho cise
of our common acquaintance, Burton
Crumps. Crumju is an absent minded,
taciturn, literary man unequally yoked
with a sociable, gregarious young wom.m
whom he married after a rapid courtship.
Crumps writw all day and reads all tho
evening. Ha caimct understand why any
human fccisg who knows how to read
should ever want to do anything cbe. Ho
chsolutely won't o ens to a "party," or
even to the theatre. Mrs. Crumps, I am
told, is iitera'.ly perishing, fading out, for
want of human companionship, and
Crumps is thus committing inurder but
lawfully. Doston Post.
2Cot ITrual to Amateurs.
A good story h told about a Bangor man
who went to Boston, and whilo thoro vis
ited ono of tho thcatras. The play went
on as usnal, tho scenery being very good,
but tho play was only commonplace. At
the end of the third act the barber from
Bangor could keep quieS no longer. Ho
left his scat and took a position near tho
rtand, and thti3 addressed the nctor3, most
of tho company usius uu the i'.age at the
"Gentlemen, your ccencry is cscellent,
but your acting iu't worth a cent. You
can't hold a caudle to the Bangor Dnunatic
company." Bangor News.
Since its organization the life saving
service has been tailed upon to act in near
ly 3,000 cases of shipwreck and marine dis
aster. The alue of tiie vessels thus in
volved was $vw,000,CC0, and of their cargoes
over SW.OOO.OOO, showing the total value of
properly thf- tl.rcatened to lw nearly $02.
O00,0C0. arni tnat nt t.ds amount more than
Note the Importance ofThls.
The Missouri Pacific railway is the only
line running three dally trams between
Wichita and Kansas City aud Wichita and
bt, Louis. Morning tram leaves Wichita
at 8:10 a. in., arriving at Kansas City muhu
afternoon, Chicngo next morning at $ j
o'clock, mid St. Iiiim TrltO n m. St.. Im! I
i.xim-M Ipjivi'j lfihitii nt. l'0 nVlfHr n m
".i i i ii iT r 1 I
nun iiiiiiiiyii i. iiiiiii.ui .-irtii;i mitt Ullltll i
car Wichita to St. Louis without chanirc
car Wichita to St. Louis without chuncp.
Night express leaves Wichita at 9:45 with
sleeper and chair car through to Kansas'
City and St. Isolds. rlim train also con-1
nccts at Yates Center with the through
express for Little Rock, Ark., and Mem
phis, Tenn., via Fort Smith, Ark. If you
are going eiLst, west, north or south, re
mem her you will save time nnd money by
Koing via" the Missouri Pacific railway. It
is the .short line to all points east and west,
St. Louis and Pueblo and Denver. For
information. Pullman reservations and
tickets to all parts of thu globe, call at the J
cuy ncKei, oinee, i--u ..sunn .uain sireet, or
depot corner Second and Wichita streets.
K. E. Bleckley.
W tf Passenger and Ticket Agt.
Callfornli and the North-west.
If you are going to California, Orezon,
Washington or auy point in the north
west, be sure to leave your name with the
ticket agent of the Missouri Pacific rail
way who will book you for tne regular
weekly excursion via. the Missouri Pacific
railway and Denver and Rio Grande rail
way through the Grand canon of Colorado
and Salt Lake city. The Missouri Pacific
railway will run weekly excursions to Cal
ifornia'and the north-west, leaving Wich
ita every Sunday evening at 5:13. These
excursions: are all taken charge of by regu
lar excursion agents who run through to
the Pacific coast, looking after tbe want
of aeach nd every psscni:r. The Denver
and Rio Grnnue railway U now n broad
gunge road and the Pullman tourist ears
run through without change. Remember
tee road and tbe time. Low fare and the
best accommodations that can be given.
For further information call oa oraddre,
E. E. BlkcKLET,
P. & T. A. Mo Pac R'y.,
dltf L-ON. Main Si.
Are Von Golnz to
Topeka, Ieavonworth, Atcblnwi, St.
Joseph, or Kansas City, take- tbe br46 a. m
train on the Santa Fe, it runs solid aad
arrives at Kansas City 5JS0 p. m, dl3-it
JJexs Take Note
That the change of time card on the
Santa Fe Route has brought about tbe
following pleasant feature lor the Wich
ita trade, tiz:
Wichita express leaves for the east at
5:45 a, m.; arrives at Topeka S p. m. and
Kansas City S p. m., making all eoaoe
tious. This train runs olid and ba in iis
equipment a new reclining cbair ear.
Chicago expres leaves Wichita 11 a. m.
and haa a through Pullman from Galves
ton. Makes no stops at local stations,
connecting at Newton with tbe Testlbukd
Chicago expreas; arriving at Kansas City
6 p. m. and Chicago S.Z6 next morsiaj
Tbeyp in. tram nasfr rediaiag chair
car to Kaaas City. Pullman cftair car to
Topeka. Atchison aad st. Jorpb; also
Pnflman air to Kansas Citr. South bound
Texas express leaves an boor later. &-te p,
m This train has a tbnwzfa Pnllmati or
and day coocbe to i-ort v orta and ia-
Teston, Tex Forthec iaformastoi) win b
cnee at Union Tiekat o6k. J2 North
Maia rec or Uaioa biake-agprr Mtatiota.
ccraer Doasbui and Pis&a aventwa, 4 7U
Three traw daiir ia each rfirortion
Ketwcea WidtfU aad Kitmtm City. WicJt
ka aad bt. Lotds, via MliMorl PHi.
TILE PEOPLE'S C0LUMX.
Your "Wants Supplied
will b cbArued.
S&TPnyable Strictly in Adrance.
S'e advert'utecirnis tnJten for !es than 10 eenfcv
One line adverUsetn:ii ciuirjcetl une rule t
SO ADVKST1SEMENTS TAKEN "TO HUN V v
Prtea clven uader clasiittai heads In this coie-i
appllruhle oaiy to loest tJ rrde "units. No fsrei,.
-tovertiefiaienls taVaa At ;,-1ces jltea.
Answers to adtertijrirats sc in care of i
SArtLK oSICtf should b r;uvl for wtthla Sfirfi
atver Invertloa. Wha a.lreirtlaers vjr.ih replys io-
warded to tie.-n stan ped elope umisi bacnt
Kcfertnee Xc fontsr aU emsotneul Kfeould c
description cid data of inruun or copy of the
veriusi :. em f.uchi N? ieii.
Not reerjnaiNe foradvfrtiseinenu ctren or d
coaUa.id by telephone.
imtnrrttnnmtmm m i-rTwmmimgTiTniirwr-mrir-TV
ir ANTED FEMALE JIELfT
L nder tlus head 2c per Une rer day.
"XrANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR OENEKAL
f T housetvorS In Mnuli I am 11. Apply to Mrs. C.
E. Owen. 151 Falrview are.
W-ANTKD-A GOOD OIKL POK HOCSBWOKK.
I Kefcrenqes rrtinlred Must be a cwd coot,
1167 N Topebu. southwest cerssr Eletenth st. (ft
AVANTED-A GOOD UIBL FOK
housework. Ja j,-Topka ave.
AI ix'rila u eons.
keeper of experience aad kvoU address. Ap
ply at zvj
rANTED - EXPr.RU.NtKD ALKSLADIKb.
i No others need apply ltoton Store, 27 tf
bl TL'A Tl O S-FE3LA LE
Lnder tLls heud le per line per day.
JI iscetlauco us.
DB ESSMA KING.
Prder this H-ad per line per day.
It A MED MALE BELT
l nder IhU hesd A per line per dy.
r A NT ED-AT ONCE. A KIKST CLASS UAR
Tl Ixt at the Hotel Melropulo. None but a Oral
class man need apply, 25 tf
Bookkeepers und Clerks.
WANTED-A YOUNO MAN WITH KXPERI
ence lu notions. Munsou & McNamarn.
WANTED-A GOOD hlEADY MAN TO TAUE
1 1 care of hones and help about the hoibw: col
ored man pruftrred. Lull ut AA h lljuruulle or of.
Ilcoot ouihtesteru Business loIioko. iWtt
SJ T UATX Oi SM A L E
Lndei this heud lc er Hue porday.
Vy-ANTED-llY AN ENLROETIU AND STEADY
youui: man of good habits u place to -ork
for boanl wnllo attoi.uui scTiikjL ttiderstauds the
care ut h')r v (iuod retoreucvs. Ca.l ut oincoot
boutliwi-ntei ti IJusiness coUexu. dJ It
A GEMS HASTED.
I J. ii it this head 'c per line per day.
O.NLE A(hNTM TO bELI.
t Crum's liusine! and arolly
Atlas of the
World, ft Uny of Jeeus. by lanon r arrar. and other
rapu seliinK books. 1-1. llrihlon, ueneral auent,
liutcliiasoii, Khu. (Ml IUl
XT ANlI.DAGENTs-IN KNERY C1TY.TOWN
TT ai.it Mlinr In tliv lliiteU Siult (ejttept In
stule o( haiisoN to take sutttenpoum.. I'ontniA.-eri
can make li.imey No tupiUti nnuired. saiupU
copies liee. t,asl coujunsMuDi, liioiwy tau bviuuda
b ittlus up klUUa. uuIcmi Ike M.uiL4 llo,
YUUiuu. Kali. l-t(
Employment A envies.
I HUei Ibis btadU pur lino per dy.
HA NTED--M1SCELLASEO US
TANTEO-A uedroom scir. STATE LOW.
tr es' price and Uvscnption of furniture. Ad
dress Uoi I k.1 1 ay, d U
YTANTEI-l'PHOIslK7rY WOIIK OK EVERY
I caiitnK and all kind of loruituro lepa'rinjt done; al
4 N. Lawrence ae, jiui Lauren u-4 .-
A?,",Ii "Tcuaowuk boakdbiw
"lCAMfcb-lB jAJItS MT.-LADY OWNINO
t he. hume and ctw vUb!04ie twocubdren
to boanl. meap; vtoukl room paiMot. M t'
j anTedXIJJmpltent'lady okmid-
TT die age to reprewHit a w Kideln Iiwm ilut
bu rt'tlned. Reference and curtty rehired. Ad.
cress A L, care ot .uie. i tl
; ANIKD-COMPfclKNT STKNOOKAPHERS
V utxl tXKil.-krrp.Ts Vf (hi Hvt'.tr po4UBa, lu
apply at the Nitliottat Accountant 'KMd Btmnttftlk
erailuitnu. UHlt e for llie Mm tm f Kalnta, Lt4o
rudu. Nelra.skH. isotin Mbd TexiM. at tit rmUi.
weMern Ralnes College, ilcluis, (Can. 'Silt
ANTED-RCSlNi" MKN WHO ARE IN
nsd of atmourn pliers or accountants lo call
at the NatMbMl Ac-tulaiil and .4naota(kr'a
liureau hraitch oCke at Uw otltwctei lit. 4.
new. Lolieee. H otuta. Kaa Ws num.; bnve
our :ippikx'la tail taunitisbly RtrtfcbeteM Uk-
keeperitand fioMovrapaets, viti. nrstiioM reiores-
c-s- Me.p rumieiiwl ireeof cut.
ANlEl-TO PCKCHASK TOR S.POT CASH
a t kUA to ttiAJU) rUr s C w-onrjl Hercka
di. Paitie bavi: satfe iumI staUn: Ut dtatpu
uuiik raa alrs vrwti cukMoMii u. K. h. lsnt
Ictttla. Kaa. its M
" At 1 LD-C LKHK-TOOK KKEPRRM. STtN-
l owT-pbers d teMr.Ta4i Mtnun, W otj
rroc oho m$M u IwwtollllumMT MHt
IB to afcuxe braM-bra, u tali at llm M4twriani
Jii.ue(,ek. torAwr LhMsla u4 lpka
num. v icauu. kut.
ANTED-LADIK8 AND OEXTLKXKX TO
atllMl tae Meat Sck4 at Um uiiwiwwttera
Bus loest C4krc. rtartaJNl. htukkvtptUK. pa-
BMUiMip aw ariunaeuc tburewsaiy iaztu. t-4i t
sewl Ir tirvBiar. dltfU
AI.Bl M TO KKPAIR AT 1ST
tea.. laMMMlcr. 4X1 Hf
I OB bJJAu Miscellaneous.
I ader ibis tiee4 9c yr ). pr y
,M IjALE-CHEaP. A fl
I Jersey Ijai-e htWBX
0O4D CUW, PART
EatiMrU as& CM t
J.XfK .-ALE - A LOT OF SA OJD MAXU
1 kMciMN- testia. mm & Onwer, m Jhtrtk Male.
irOR fsml-DeED. MOirTOAGr.H AXD AiX
1 kl ot lezwl Mtoakae ! rrcrtpt ktajkt, &ot
Weks. etc. at tlie fcita fcarlc. Jt4tt by
B.aU ytmniMf atteMte ti da94X
T70B aLL-M WiKhW WE MAY OWE
JL hm4nd kead ( line hi. aatl mmh, raastas ut
treat i jtiu ui, m a tuaty c nri's
for Mis. Aiao "o Nomutn aad two HniMeteaim,
ataukKM iut lurtavr u.foratHit. fall c y. H.
Incite. IM 1. St . Jtata C W kAMa Kaa.
FOR SALX OR itXt3A?MK-EI.JUA.srr XOi
cra Jmimm. bus ttman. 7 W K frejt .
Lawnsaee rn. cae iUJttt if frM
Jetatac. al. tjmr T act eWr pt4Ur rfrty
Hi sicid eaAtera ctf.
K. H. Ml. Wlcfctk. E.
UX)R SALE-sNE GABLAXD RA?. SCWlEh
ates-e. aae Mje ia4tna tn. ui Ja
141 at Ketm l lauuc - c4
pwESTY-nvK crjrrs a
tMt oSr. M eta4 hit pcatmi pt-
Use aaoer auvf. eu
l4XR t-AL-CAl.E HOOKS, RORT UxSU
X TM-r' nte fct-. Wik T"ik'A VA bet
UA aad Vcel MaaJ e7 tJsA. Xait vtimtt
prwayt-r hvunttva m lU r W t ts
la . t.ta- JkAa. 1&4X
TTOft fcALE-A BADaOME UTNOORAPM
X' M T tacMTf WtcatU;zTs kaseefMriHSU
libx euidtse. tUe-;c. yitt. ty Hto tSt& mm
..tat i. yty a tutX. I it mmK U
trtm a amem. AC. u WitJMa tZim. )l.
i .T-tri iaWktMtt aT 8ITttS List.
ij cmtm mmm Jtmrrr L a. IwtSkC' iait'aaf a
Ter ly d vUfn Mka.4. rvMw wcita d mt
ffr mm ui air wMtwaat rr. m
fir w t A Wwlii ii L.;lc . Uipmt
twr t'aaMc U
Jii-aru isisa s.iii rtr A?i3"sKr
r V Y
-TEE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied,
rader this bead 3o per lb pr day.
FOB SALE Horses and Vehicles
l nder this head 2c per lluo per day.
"tToVi"' &.Li. 'CIlfcAl'-TWO ' GOOD" HEAVY
JL: wurk tiurst. uoi oa Kooxtxiah A lUuca. Itf
... M.uut. dttt
FOB BENT Houses.
I nder this head 2c per Une per dr.
aL turruiiicd houc, Ji pur moattu 90S
t&rou ue.nt-a PAirr or all of an -
frra room Uweltiss house, ctuser ot MaxLet ami
v-.- sts. A .v tiieuu. Sua . Market St. 30 tT
FOU .ltENT- HOOM COTTAQE. CORNER
Fi "ataLU and second. Inquire l Heacoa oQct
ifc, FOR KENT-HOUSE NO. CM N. MAllKET-
?t tA ihttv)Ui.i. besides hall. OnUi. dOMSU d
wuir, atlt iu i;ooa repair, (joud twin mm csml buUae.
apply t EJjJ , . Law rcuce ayc tl lll-U
FOB BENT Booms.
under this bed Jc per imeper day.
I OK KENT-NIOELY
JI rooiu,wUhcioeu Uoou bviu ?unMaieut 4U
. Lwreuce ave.
OH HLNT-NICE KOOMs W1TU Olt WITH
J? outbwn!,t4Bt.lairUst. JU
J.OP. HENT-NICELY FURNISHED IiOOUAT
JL? 1.0 .N .Matn s. hn:i very reaaUB. ai La
1. Ort tJwNT-b 1 OKb liUOil atlCO. AT 13 WEsT
JL lhmuuui uve, lmu:m oi Lul or. ltaSvty to,
w. Nulla JlTke4L U15dU
L.-OK.1.KM-A VERY DEblUAULIi
12 eurooiu,jt AJiorui iauputus.
FOB BENT Miscellaneous.
Liadcr ikuj t-d Ic per una pr dy.
' tiO RENTNORTH HALF OF UEACON BLOCK
JL Leal locMhm m Uie cuy lur wnUcsal buit
Hum. lsnel lirvM. d ll-U
t'nder thl be-d i: per tine per day.
ivoK iKADh-is.uA) worth or quEENs-
JLj vruratauaileur Ueluv. L llmj, tar-
t'ndct ibto licd 2o per line per day.
JUN K V 1 b'LOAN IN AMOUNTb OK 10 AND
tJL Hpwaru on nurse. cattt. initlet, cropd,
iMutiuMi i multure, ptuuo hikuui ktuu of C(tr
ir, ut tuwui ruus. wiciiiia uuu Lu,, rcwoi l.our
ut Naliuual iLuik. iJ It
I UA.SSO.SJIX CLAbSHS OP sKCCRITY AT
JLi rvfeMwubio luliu, nuiiuiAbM vrvMiuiwut k'tvea
una t ji ; 1 1 1 tu iueicr Ckjw. iw litihuu irusiLo
Litiiui imiik. iiuitutn. uiJt u
WM JO LOA.N Wt. MAKE SHORT T1MU
JXX. Hsino nn (.Lt.nH and mIi guuu scsiurlUca,
bux.a.v.eiuei o. JloiutuuK. isui4ntia
MONEY TO LOAN-WK WH.L LOAN YOU
luuuey on lonif or short Unit tut laiuu ur etty
l.ll.uli),itlwui iioix. ul, L"M. LoUvaiiOtd
t,inl. vl.. l.uu . lllici. JtM mi All arUtfWHUC
1. LHiUUlf. LUA.Nft, CA1 iLt. LOANfc MO
J. j itMiiett on altntifil eterjlhlnic by J. '. Lud
lum, over stailord's ttotery, corner t irsl And i!itu
IO.VKY LOANED ON HOHfcfca. UUOUIk.1
jyX. tows, pianos, household turnllure. eto. Noua
bousbt. it ou tranl u uiail aiuouut of money
come aud im us. . 1'. Nash a LotlJ North Mala
t'edor tUi bead 2o per line per day.
DR. LE DVCS PERIODICAr PILLS, THtl
if rent Prench remedy, act dlreoUy ou tlie men
muul )trm and pmitlvaly cure tnppreaston ottb
meimx. arraiiieu to nrumoui it
I hese pills shuuld not be taken uurlm; prewnaneif
Amnloun Pill Loiunnto. rutai. i
cer, Ik. 2 Genuine supplfed u Cbaa. Lawretsc
1U2 East lAHiKlaa, WlchlU, iLn, tiy wuol
TOCK OK DilUOS OR
3 Israol Hi os.
SALE OR TRADH
Wo havo for sale at this office a actional
map of what Is known as tho Cherokee
outlet, together with a map of Indian ter
ritory, Oklahoma and all the Indian reser
vation Xlx'ZT, on paper tl.&O, printed on
cloth $2.50. llW-tf
St. lOUls to Colorado via. Wlehtta.
Commencing Sunday, July 13,lhl"0, tha
Mispouri Pacific railway will run through
fderping cars from St, Louii via PleananC
Hill, Rich Hill, Fort Scott and Wichita to
Gcneseo nnd from thence to Pueblo. Colo
rado Spring and Denver. This changa
was made on account of a crrnt many peo
plo from tho eaat going to Colorado ix'lnic
desirous of going via Wichita. Tho train
will Btop hero two hours, giving all it
chance to view the"Prrlen Prlnccsn" and
still land pn.sengrn in Colorado aamo
timo as if they him aone via Kanwia City.
It also give the cittzent of Wichita "icep
ing car Renrice from here to Colorado. Re
turning, it gives u through ideplng car
servicw Wichita toSL Ixmbt, and glvea tho
Colorado people a chanco to go east via
Wichita, Thla chnnge will unc!oubtdiy
be appreciated by the tmvnling public,and
especially by the cittenn of UlchlUu If
you are going east or wct go via th poi
ular new through route. Through chair
and sleeping car nervier. New rutito Jint
complettKl betwren Fort hcott ami Rich
Hill goe-t through the finest mlnoral nnd
agricultural country In tl wont Don't
forgot the new tthort lint to St. Ixmln or
City ticke-t ollke, ISO North Main street,
Wichita, Kattean. -
415-tf K E. BtHCKLET. I'. fc T. A.
Do not be decjvcd by jipeoiotiely wonled
ndvertttomentM of othor Hntw. The Vrsoo
Limited In tb fiuttwt train to St. Lotifci by
mora than ono hour with lteornMtrably
the finest equipment. No charge and no
delajs at Junction K4nt. dlll-tf
Derdu, Mortgage, etc, fNbroka form
for Oklahoma, for pale at tbta oflko.
Aden the VkhitnikAwLE, WkbiU Kin.
low Railroad Kts for the HoHdayo.
Tbe Mbwoui i Pacific railway greu all
ita friends with a wbtb for tb merrlet
Cbrbttmas aud the bapptott Nw Year,
and taken pleasure In ilwrlng ttreatly rt
duced round trip raton to enable thorn to
vV4t their ftiewda at uay poiat this
road, not over !0 miles dlaUnca. Twiketn
are on Mtle Drc. at, g, ADd SI ami Jan. 1,
good to nHitrn until Jaw. a. Pr UoSeti
awl all further Information, apply loytmr
local ticket aeoat. Jutt
Kaaaai City awl Chloago leave Wichita
6:10 a. m . arrive at Kaasa City S o'oleck
p. tn . CbicMt(0 next mornla at 8 e'dook.
Colorado xprwt 1ivm Wkhlta at BM
p. m., arnriag at Pueblo for breakfast aad
Denver for dinner. Chair car and PhII
maa ale'pix cr through to Dnverv via
tho Miaaoori PactSc railway 107 U
Aa Eten CNmste.
Nw Mexico ia aoted & baviog one at
th moat oquabla cl)aa(a ta the wtwrfcl.
Smideta chaosft oi teiaporature arv atatatt
aakaowa. Itiaaa kkal pWo iut wiatr
rewtdeaec Very low rxrtr4oa rat Ut
Laa Yagaa Hot bpriaga. wher the !
bratad MaUaanta botoi to hxiatcl. 1
Uya sot eoet moch to nn over front Hot
Springs to ftalt Yn, tba cupful of New
Mexico, Dotad for tta many c;4lc aUra
tka Jaqolre a )eal agaat of Sattta Fo
rottte. Zt North Mata stret. or aakrn
piviAagfr Ntatioa, or addre U T Ntoaol
m. (i P Sz T. A.. Topaka. Kamutt, for
copy of New Maxieo foider, jtt bvMied.
Xo cbaajfto of cadi ot aay Mad between
Wichita and X Lowfe rta the "Xew M!
i ri PMk shartliae" 49 U
SotTs-ttbtaadiag atataeat4 to tbe eon-
rarr. thn rrKeo Jiae two notira ton
qtdckrst to St Lk. Try k.
Tree TbroBXS Tratea.
Two night. 91 norn3?, Kaaaa C4tj to
Chicago. Thg Saata Fe rosate. C-tt
Eircrlo rl tb ixt t ILesrt.
Seatt-aaaaal mrtlg of Kasaax Trader'
aToeiatioa at Cacruia. Ka , Hor. is.
on aad oae-third txrr oa cr4&ate alaa.
LVoTr. Cao. Nor. llto z. tfc- geaml
a-tHxrmbiy of tbe Xaiicataof Labor, otto sod
oa third tu oa oerUCeate pU. Ottawa.
Ka . Nov XT U SB. SoetLootUra Tecbr'
ciatkm. oac acd thtrd fare oa car
tiakat piao. W D. MCPJEE.
dUltf V P A . WMfcfca.
RaeKrd fcy VmrriM lSa.
Ta dty oi Ajoomm Haraor. Txaf.
backjrd by the swiitaud tattagasws iJm
caanj Wa srbctn Om tmwztn- mt tho
t'aMad fcU goteted ta attatTe tkihi
( atataiag.itey trotcr Tr t h$ at
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