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FINANCE Al COMMERCE
The Receipts of Stock at tha "Wichita
Union Stock Yards for the Past 24
Hours Wore as Follows: 72 Cattle
145 Hosts. Shipments 221 Hogs.
"Wichita, August 7.
In spite of the condition of markets in
tbe east, the Wichita cattle market still
holds about steady. Tiie receipts are not
very heavy and for that reason trading is
Dot lively. Feeding steers are finding this
a 'good market and are bringing qood
The following are the closing quotations:
Native shipping steers, good to extra J 5035 25
Good to extra native butcher steers, 1000
12C0 pounds ,.,. 3 75?4 51)
Native feedluj; steers. SuOgKLiO pounds 3 2-ViS.l &)
Native stackers. 0X3500 pounds 2 WQfi 00
C'uolre cows and hoiferb 2 2.V22 50
1 air to cood cows and heifers. 1 TS'aOO
Hulls and htajrs...., 1 Uyzx -
Pat j earllnc steers 3 003 5 1
Good ye&rllnz steers . ,, 2 Ma.2 T
Canners,. 1 0GG1 51
?oorer trrades and callawasi Sftitl
ealonlves. 120R1S1 pounds, per head 4 5i7 Oi
1 oxas Meors, .rood to extra, corn fed...,,.. 3 Mai 7
Texas steers. fair 2 50i3tui
'iexas cow, medium to prime, corn fed... 1 bOCs'i -K)
The following aro the reprtbeaiativo sales of cat
tle at the j-Hitsa today:
Ko. Description Ave.
Feeders -...,,, 8M
Cows .:. avi
Cowsand heifers.. 1153
Bull .....v lit)
htook hidfeis fcB
Ftock heUeiS 80
Cows and heifer. .. KU
Trading was dull in the hog market
ngain today because the receipts were very
light. Only one packer was buying and
even their order was not filled. The prices
for good butchera' stuff hold about ateady
aud the demand for that grade is good,
while the lower grades do not fare so well.
3.00 was the top of today's market.
The followlncaro the representative sales of hogs
tt the yards today:
JNo. Dock a vsr. Price. I No. Dock Avg. Price,
4U 211 4 75
2C0 3 T5
Rood Mock sheep. E01IX)..., tuwvsts 00
Gooil wtock ewcs.70i3b0 2 illOll .'0
Good to extra wethois. 7&&S5.. ......... 2 0UG13 00
Good to extra Iambs 4 00(6.5 00
Trading quiet today.
The market for feeders has
good this week.
Today's receipts were very light.
Fort "Worth shipped out two double-deck
cars of hogs.
Herman Ilerr drove in a lot of cattle
from Greenwich for today's market.
AT. E. Liudley was in from Bentley with
b. load of cattle and hogs.
1L Mills, of Xewton, had a fine load of
hogs at the yards today.
C. E. Blake brought in cattlo and hogs
from Alt. Hope.
LIVE ST00E MAEKET.
KA';AS ClTT. Mo.. Aug. B. CATTLE Receipt
47(W. blimmcnts 25-J. Very dull, but about steady,
bteers 3 k?5 83, Btockers mid feeders 2 50134 (0.
tows H5n3 00. HOGS Receipts 42S I. shipments
1209. Market stondv to. V; lower. Hulk J-5 105 20'
nil grades s2 76.5 25, s-HI.LP Receipts 3u0. bhlp
Jiientt. Market stead.
St loi'I's.Mo, Aug. G.-CATTLK Receipts 3TJ0,
shipments 1W). Market tlemoi Mired. Pteei-s, 3 S'w
f) HI 'J.'xansand Indians 2 liw M. canners SI 50
2 00. IHHib-KPcelits27(, Hhiptuent-4dn0. Loer.
Heavy IS 40aa .'i0. inixtd grade-, 14 805 11. light
I. 2jw5 41). SHEEP Kecipts 1100. blapments 3100.
Maiket, strong Fnncj SJ 7Uvi4 70.
( HIPAGO. Ills. Aug. 7. CATTLi: Receipts 11000
Klilpments ."WOO. Ma-kot Mendv, Steers
6t .Hkfi 75. Toaim2 00.2 50. rangers "Oil 4 00, n i
tio cows 1 60vi2 05 HOGS Receipts 1200J. ship
jnen s SflOO. Market weak, lower Tough and
cominun it 25l4 75. mixed $4S525 2.i. butchers 5 !50
." 4U. lisrht J6 55is5H). light graspers ?37535 ia
b"KEP Receipts 40 0, Miipmnnts .'.000. Market
reakand lower. Siockers and common ewes, IS fO
4v4 sw, mivrd and weiners t4t5-i5 25. Tcxans and
vcslurua 3 G524 25. lambs ,'i Stkao 25.
WicniTA, Aug. 7.
Following are the closlnir quotations.
WHEAT No 2. 7.V. No 2 hard 75c. No3 73c, No 4
10c. now w heat 40ft 70c.
COKN No 3 or bettor 45c
RYE No S or better fOc
HAY Haled tb OOei 00 per ton. loose. T4 005 Oil.
GROUND CORN-Choji iu car lots Jl (10 per 100
rounds, corn a4i oath l 10 ier HO pounds, bruu
&ackod. &Jo per llO bounds.
A ichlta J'roduco Mnrkct.
Wichita. Aug. 7.
ri.oril IHgliet patent R2 CO. ond patent f 2 30
f strn fancy 12 at. fn y 2 Oo
111 T'l El: rirst creamerv 17c. pecond creamerv
35c. finest dalrj lie, fine dalrj tc, common dally 7c.
rO(ii Hk per dozen.
POULTRY Roosters II !(X2 00. per dozen orSc
pet pound, htns 12 at2 5t per dwen or SJc ver
lonnd, spring ohlckuns $1 "b&3 00 per dozen or ltto
jer pftund, turkejs7'scper pound, ducks 5c por
pound, get". no demand.
i'O I'AT OKS-New, 50c per bushel.
COAL Anthracite 11 IW. Canon City $S 00. Weir
City ?4 50. Krontenac 4 50, Pittsburg, H 50, lliluol?
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPE
New York Money.
Nnv YoillT, Aug. 7.
Money on call easy ranging from 1 to 2 per
Cent, closed offered at 2 per tent,
1'rtme inercantilo parei Jii'it.
Sterling exchangu weak, at I Sli for CO-day
bills, ulid U S5k for demand.
Clilcago Gialn and Produce,
CHICAGO. Aug. T,
Wheat-rirm. Jfc higher,
Tho 1 admg futures ranged as follows:
FLOUR Dull, easy. Spring patents J4 !X5 40.
inlr pateiitb 14 Sut5 W. straight 14 65500, bakers.
WHKAT-August SSfc,c. tepteml er S7?tc.
Decern bt-r te
CORN-August 5Sfc, September c. October
tA I Aumist 27Jc, September 27?c May XUq,
POKK-AuKUt 110 2510 30, toptemimr ;W 3
Octoi)r W 50.
LARD-August 16 45. September 6 50. Octo
ber 16 6U
Ca.sh quotations wero as followK
r LANEED-l 68
1 IMOTHY-ll 2Jdil 25.
SHORT RIBS 16 fa6 65.
DRY J.ALT SHOULDKRS-JG 03O8 10
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-17 15S7 25.
11 120 277 6 01
iJ 60 210 6 CO
22 .... 1G9 4 60
AitntLEs. Receipts, Shlpmcnts-
Vhr- s.eno jlilisi
r,r? - I.(W 2.0W
J"t ; 17ti.W5 24iiOuO
BUTTKR halr. rancy Elgin creamery W-nJ
t'fe4J,?.w,:,.6ru lc. rne dairy lMUc
Kansas, City l'rodiice. "
Kan sa s Crr v, Aug. 7.
st-&iS 75c- umiy Hos-choice
:4ifwdT ' cash 26c Wd' uSMt
K YE-steady at 78c.
j- 7ZEHtlc?Ay- Crwajery lseiic. dairy 103
H-nJ?? SSckcd utc- Packing !10c "-
aos-linn n no.
MAY Steady Fancy prairie 15 03.
ST. LOCI5. Aug. 7.
WHISKY Steady, f 1 17.
tcitfmbar 58tje nominal, year M'3J5ic. y?ar .-Sfc!
oTs-Meady. No. i, tuh KTAUgusT Ki
September 2fi5S2CWo fcld.
PORK Up, ?10fc:.
LARD Lower. G 15.
akticlbs. Receipts. Shipment.
Wheat 251,000 J5.000
Corn 37,000 23.000
Oats 47jOW 4,000
J. E. JENNINGS, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Special attention given to the treatment of CA
TAltmiandtothecuro of CATAlncTpiid SQUINT.
Glasses accurately adjusted to correct Hypermetro
pla. Myopia, Presbiopla. Astlcmatism. Asthenopia
and Diplopia. Prescriptions filled as soon as made,
office 2d floor, 12G North Main St,. Wichita. 74
DR. JAS. C, HARRELL,
Treats all diseases with Specific and Dosimetric
Remedies. PresctipUons filled as soon as made
with elegant, positive, pleasant and effectual rem
edies. Office hours. 8 to 12 a. m: 2 to i p. m ; 7 to 9
eveninc; 2 to 3 J0 p. m. Sunday. Oftlce 524 E Hondas
Ave, opposite Carey Hotel, Wichita, Kan. 40 1 mo
JDll. E. EMMA COBB,
Females and Childrens diseases a specialty.
Home for ladles during confinement. Strictly pn
ate when so desired, also permanent homes pro
ildedjor children -when desired. Letters of inqui
ry confidential and aswered promptly. Home 711
Ida Aenue, Wichita, Kansas.
DR. MARY GAGE DAY.
25 and 26 Zlmmerly block. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office
North Market street.
FISSURE FISTULA and all disease of
the rectum eurea without the use of tha knife, liga
ture, caustic ordetentlon from. business. No money
to be paw until patient is cured.
PRIVATE DISK AS lis In both
cured call on or auction
DR. .7. E. BENNETT.
JlCtf offlcs 143N1Ialn St., Wichita.
lUi. C. C. FUBLEY.
reats all diseases.
Medical or Snrglcal.
Office 331 Douglas avenue, corner Topeka arenue,
residence adjoining. Telephone 116.
E. Y. M UNSELL, M. JD.
Medical and surgical dla-
eases of EyiJtr. Iiose, and
Throat. RemoTal of facial
and other blemishes; ndQt
Office and residence. 1200
South Emporia. Cl-tf
EVE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Largest Stock of Spectacle in tho city. Prescrip
tions 111 led as soon as made.
Ofllceiiuursyto lua. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday. 9 to
10.30.8. m. 117 Not th Malu street.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW..
" J. E. HOWARD,
Attorney at Law. Claims against Railroad
Companies and Commercml Law. specialties. Of
fice 403 Sedgwick Block. 48
J. II. nAixowELt. H. li. Gonno!
JTAEBOWETjTj X' GORDON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JTooms 404. 404H and 40U, Sedtrwick Block. Tle
phono No 11. dM-tf
E. B. JEWETT,
Rooms 2, 4 aad 6 203 N. Mala &U Wichita,
U. C. Slo&s. W. E. SiANUcy.
SLJTSS X- STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
John w. aim ms. O. w.adams.
ADAMS X- ADAMS,
Aftornevsat Law. Offlce. first stairway cast of the
Wichita National E ink. 110-tt
A.J. ABB LEGATE.
(With A. D.Mallory
rAhstractor, Conveyancer & Notary Pnhlio
rlnerti-auglitlng a Fpeciaity. lompict anstrscts
to any land in Sedgwick county. Offlco, Just at right
of wet entrance. Main htieet. Now Court House,
first floor. Prompt service guaranteed. Telephone
G. G. McCOY, D. D. S,
Dentist: Offlco room 3. Richland Block, 405 East
Douglas Ave. 64
BOYD'S DEyTJL ROOMS,
Tull sets of teeth 1 1. I?, and 110.
Yitnll7od air ghen for ho painless
extrartivUi oi teetn. oniy nrm in tho
city that makes thoir own air. mado
Diu '. i, Hotd. Dit. ,T. a. HoLLENnrnoER
llEast Dougl.is ATenne. 109-tt
E. 11. CREDITOR,
144 'orth Main Street,
II. N. KNE.CUT,
RAZORS AIS'J) SirEARS.
Grinder of All Kinds of Edged Tools.
Surgical Instruments Repaired.
229 IN'. Main St. "Wichita. Kan
L. H. OLDFIELD,
Will solicit conslgmenta of homo products for
Local trade solicited for foreign products.
No.143 Main street - Ichlta Kan
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS
tlls-D Vj,-. lSrt1:r
R. C. Israel
Eeal Estate and Bents.
To buy Wichita cltv propertr or Pecgw'ck coanty
land at present prices means large returns on your
money, Wichita, nl"i her .too and other iudus
trie, 1 Jest in her infatiev, and such bargains as nt
can now offer were never offered before All having
budnes in our line are Invited to cs.ll or correspond
The Wichita lntits of non-residents properlv
and faithfully cared for. Office tecond Coor 145
Noith Market, lira el Building. dCUf
M. riui.L irs. s E. Phillips
1'JULLirS X- BHILLIBS,
VETERINA RY SURGEONS.
Graduate of tht Cnlcao Veterinary colleg
Hospital accoTsmodations. Calls by Telepnon.
TeVwcraph or Mail will receive prompt attention
day or niiclit.
Office No H4 N. Lawrence tr. OSce telophons
No. 71. Rt:tdenc t30 N". Topeka ave. Reildsnc
telephone No. 21J. dCU-U-w47-tf
A. "W. SICKNER,
Teaclier of Music.
Thorough instruction. Pupil, rentals .riven weekly
All pupils are tende.ed free ue of aa extensive and
carefully selected music hbrsry. 161-tf
The Photographer- Pictures In all sires and styles
He also carries the 2net assortment of picture
rames :n the c4tr. o:ve mm & irlendly call tad
M. C. CAMPBELL.
ELDEIDGE & CAOTBELL,
Pnecial Information by
Wire or Mall Free on Ap
plication. LITE STOCK
J. O. DAVIDSOK. Pres. H. O. COOLIDGE
Joh.v Derst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PATD TIP CAPITATV - - $ 500,0m
STOCKH'D'RS' JJABILITY. 1.000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital otemy Ban la Pib State
llIS'OrjRI PACJFICtt. K.
St. Louis Mall and Express
Kansas City Express
Wlnfield and Kiowa Express....
WICHITA AKD COLORADO,
Colorado Mail and Expiess
3 V P M
7:10 A M
11.55 A 1!
11.-20 A M
115 P U
8 45 P M
4.15 P U
Depot Second and Wichita stietn; ilckat office Ul
North Main street. E. E. Br fcklet.
Pasengjt ajutl Ticket Agent.
TIME TABLE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A
"Great Rock Island Route."l
In effect en and after March 6, 1S31.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
OOrXO NORTH AND EAfiT.
No. 2 Colorado Spring
Denver and Pacific Coast
Express dally ,...
No. 2 Kansas City St. Loul
and Chicago. Through
Mail and ex. daily
No. 4 Kansas City St Loul
and Chicago night ei
No. C2 Accommodation,
daily, except Sundty
No. .1 Kansaa City St. Louis
and Chicago ex, daily. ..
No. 1 Kansas City St. Loui
and Chicago through mall
and ex. dally.....
No. 61 Accommodptlon dally
12 25 P M
2 ?n p m
Elegant lecllnlng clinlr cars on all trains an 1
Pnllman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
sold and baggage cheoked through to all points
north, south, east and west, and steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest ratos. City
ticket office 100 East Douglas avenue, corner .Main
btriet: paspengor station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone W.
W. n. Wishart. Ticket s.gent.
.TN-o. ?rnATTAN-. O. T. A P. A.. Chicago. 111.
SI. I OriS A SAN TRANCISCO II. R.
R. W. ELDRUX3E,
TRAINS. I ARllIVr. I IEfTB
"No 1. OolDg West, pass (tol
Ellsworth) C25A5I ISO AM
No. 3. Going west, passeng'rl
(stops at llurrton) 4 40pm 44ipt
'No.4, Going East. pasonger in 15 AM 1020am
'No.2. Going East, passenger! IQgOl'M 10 35 PM
Trains marked thus run dally.
West bound train. No. 1. has Pullman car.
West bound train. No. 3, connects at Bnrrton for
Pueblo, New Mexico and Southern California.
East bound. No. 4. Is a folld tialn to SU Louis
with chair car and Pullmau fleeper, makes connec
tlons for Fr. Smith. Little Rock and Paris. Texas
East bound. No. 2. night express to St. Louis, has
free reclining chair car and Pullman sleeper.
City I'nlon 1 Icket office. Cor Main and 1st strees
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
A1Cni0. TOPE1CA ASANTA TERR..
1RAIg. AtlltlV IC I I b WK
NORTH ANI KASr j
No. 414 Kansas City oxpreHu iOOAM 05A M
No. 4LC Chicago vestlbuled
express 1126a i 1030 am
No. 4Cfe Missouri River ex
press ICOPM ftOSPM
No. 457 Englewood expieess iSol'M slops her
SOl'TH AND WI'ST.
No. 407 Oklahoma City and
Oklahoma express WO AM !45Am
No. 407 Caldwell and Pan-
handle oxpresf 740AM WEam
No. 40." PL Worth, Galves
ton and Texas expte-s. ... 635 pm 645 pm
No. 413 Wichita Express, K45PM stops here
No. 457 Englewood accm 8 30 am
Trains mniVed thus , dallv.
EQUIPMENT N'omil AND TA"?T.
Train No. 411, Kansas City exptess. runs EOlldto
Kansas City, his chair rnr service.
Train No. 40t) comes direct from Galveston and is
athrough Chicago train.leavlng Wichita at 10 A)pm
and arrives In Celcago thonextday at S15p m.
TrnlnNo, 40S hue flee reclining chair car to Kan
Mis City Pullman to Kansas City, also to Topeka.
Atchison and St. Joseph.
rquiPMrsT sorm and west.
Train No 407. has Pullman and chair curs.
Train No. 405 has through Pullman car to Ft.
Worth and Galveston.
Tiain No. 413 ha tecllnlng chair car from Kansas
C!t and stops at Wichita.
City Union Ticket office Cor Main and 1st street,and
Dillon Passenger fetation corner Douglas and 5th
avenues. W. D MURDOCH. D. P. A.
WICHITA A WESTERN H. In
TRAIN'S. UtRIVE II AVE
Going West, pass, (dally) I 555PM
Going West, freight 1240P3I
Going East, pass 740A Mj
Going East, irelght 1105a M'
I limn 'ticket olllce Cor Main and 1st tr..t rnlnn
l'asssuger Station corner Douglas and ith avenues.
W. D. MURDOCH. D. P. A.
Flrs;t Floor Itlanks.
Blanks of every description can be fonnd
in the business office ot the Eagle, first
floor, in quantities to suit. Call at the
Ho! for the Mountains of Colorado.
Round trip tickets lo Denver, Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Trinidad, cheap.
Only ?22.50 tor the round trip, pood to re
turn until Oct. 31, Jb91. Remember the
Missouri Pacific railway is the short line
to all Colorado points. Train leaves daily
at 5:30 p. m..nrrivin at Pueblo next morn
ing; for breakfast and Denver for dinner.
For all points in Colorado, Utah, Mon
tana and "Washington, take the Missouri
Pacific railway. Chair cars and Pull
man sleepers on all train. Call at city
ticket ofhee for further information, maps,
pamphlet, etc., etc. Telephone 211.
E. E. Blecklet,
lilt P. and T. A., 13o X. Main st.
Tew niominp ernrp?? Kinisan r"itv tn
I Chicago The anta Fe route. 3t
Tradesman (to old gentleman who has
purchased a lawn mower) Yes, sir, I'll
oil it and send it oyer imm
Customer (imperatively) Xo, no, no!
it mustn't be oiled! I wsn't have it
oiled! Mind that! I want noise! And,
look here pick me ont a nice rusty one.
My neighbor's children hoot and yell nil
10 o'clock every night, so (viciously;
I mean to cut my grass from 4 till 6
every morning! Exchange.
City Llchting from Small Stations.
The city of Glasgow is considering the
establishment of an electric lighting sys
tem, by which private buildings and tbe
public streets shall be lighted. In this
connection the gas companies in the atj
have made a unique suggestion in pro
posing that small electric substations
operated by gas motors shall be placed
at numerous points. New York Tele
gram. Not In tho Wood.
Summer Boarder I think, consider
ing the price I pay and the poor accom
modations you have, you might at least
treat me with respect.
Mrs. Hayfork "Well, mum, to tell tb
truth, I can't feel much respect for
people what pays the big prices I charge
for the sort of accommydations I give.
New York Weekly.
Two Scandalous Cases in High
SEVERING TIES OF FIFTY YEARS.
After Half a Century of Married Ufa
General Depeyster's YTife Asks for Free
dom Au Extremely Sensational Case
"Livingston-Depeyster. City residence,
6 East Twenty-third street, New York;
family mansion at Tivoli on the Hudson."
What a wealth of fine old Knickerbocker
gentility, and genealogical ton. and "old
family" and "400" exclusiveness. there is in
the very names! And what a sensation it
does create to see
the old Dutch pa
heading the papers
in a suit for di
vorcel And when
it is announced in
addition that the
pTonArnl .TnVin h'J
"- " . II 'I
and hi3 wife, nee general depeyster.
Livingston, have lived together over fifty
years, that their golden wedding was re
cently celebrated with great pomp, and
that their sons attained to high honors in
the war for the Union, is it any wonder
that ail New York and a big section of
America outside are greedy for the partic
ulars? It is a sad fact. Mrs. Livingston Depey
ster has taken refuge with her brother,
Louis Livingston, and applied for a judi
cial separation, averrinR that for thirty
five years she has suffered constantly in
creasing abuse; that the general is profane,
tyrannical, insulting and on occasion dis
Ktistingly vulgar in his abuse, and that his
pet name for her in their domestic discus
sions has long been "You gray headed old
fool." His son. General Johnston De
peyster, who raised the first Federal flag
in Richmond in 1S65, confirms all this and
adds some more on his own account, and
the old man's grandson, John Toler, ha3
also left him, declaring that his temper ia
Let the courts decide as to the facts. It
is the family history that makes the matter
of thrilling interest. Johannes Depeyster,
of Haarlem, Holland, of French Huguenot
parentaue, emigrated to New Amsterdam
among the first Dutchmen, obtained a fine
grant of land, founded a truly princely
family and died full of honors in 16S3. By
intermarriage with the Watts, Living
stons, Schuylers, Van Cortiauds, Van Ars-
dales and many
more, it has come
about that the lat
ter day Depeysters
are of kin to tho
very first of the
Knickerbo c k e r s,
and the family has
held all sorts of
offices below the
4c what is more the
family split in tho
the Loyalist (Tory)
the chief founders
of New Brunswick, and left a noted stock
on that side of the line.
Three of the old general's ancestors were
governors of the province of New York.
Other ancestors or near relatives were gov
ernors of other provinces or states. His
eon Johnston became a general in the late
war and later a prominent Republican,
and it was his position on the World's fair
question whilo in the legislature th it
caused the old man to cut him off. Tho
other sons, Colonel J. Watts and Colonel
Frederick Depeyster, now dead, also gained
honors in the war. And now the parents
of these eminent eoldiers, both over sev
enty years old, are to go before the courts
the very first case of tho kind in all the
records of thoir families.
The Depeysters are great in New York,
but the Carrolls are greater in Baltimore.
The former are descended from honest
Dutch burghers, but the Carrolls can trace
their line back for over a thousand year3
to Irish kings. Some two centuries ago
Daniel and Dorothy Carroll, of O'Neill,
had twenty sons, and all these, mounted
on their own blooded horses, fought for
Charles I and got unmercifully whaled.
Then the son of the oldest of the twenty
raked together the family cash which had
escaped the wreck, removed to America,
and in due time bought the great estate
called "The Caves." It includes 3,710 acres,
and has descended in a direct line to the
present John Carroll.
Almost equally great in Maryland are
the Hanson Thomases. Their line also
runs back over a
thousand years to
King Kenneth II
of Scotland, who
was crowned in
654. One of these
married a very fa
beauty. Miss An-
nia Pomnhll CZ.rr. -Xj
don. granddaugh- rfffi
liamKnox. of Cul- ?0
descendant of tho
very orthodox MRS. JOHN CARROLL.
John Knox. Born of this Thomas-Gordon
union was Mis3 Mary Thomas, six ftet high
yet exquisitely proportioned, and in her
youth the most beautiful woman in Balti
more, where beautiful women are so nu
merous. On the 20th of April, 1ST0, thia beautiful
Mary Thomas married this handsome,
wealthy and distinguished John Carroll,
and all Baltimore- was greatly interested.
The marriage was in fact the affair of tbe
season. He took his wife to "The Caves,"
and she did not like it. That seems to
have been the beginning of the trouble.
She loved gay Eociety. He preferred a
quiet life Nevertheless they maintained
a semblance of harmony until three sons
were born, then practically separated for
Eoine years, then came together again, and
their fourth son Is a baby of but eighteen
Mrs Carroll has asked the courts for a
Feparation. She avers that her husband is
often drunk, always unpleasant and occa
sionally very abusive; that he has slapped
her, cursed her and done many other this;??
that he ought not to a &ve done Mr Car
roll in reply wants an absolute divorce, and
declare teat his wife is a flirt abroad and
t termagant at norne; that be spat ia a
face, looted hirn in hi room many a t;nie,
dashed cold watr over n:rn oy tne burzet
ful and used shameful language to him ja
tbe presence of ihsir children, also that she
has wasted his substance and been soo free
with other men. The Marts are applied
to and all good Maryliad society is scan
dalized. DOHM WILL RUN AGAIN.
The Faoont Toonc Athlste to Be Seen
Upon the Cinder Path Once More.
The famons rannor and vrsll known
writer on athletic topic. Walter C Dohm,
who retired with a very enviable record in
August, ISSS, has deeded to compete acaia.
vm vv '
- rvs LK
' 1JL. v 1
JSTorthe fS:?.vJ He win y, 'Mad
e A. A C la May. 155. J am tat u no payment for an artist.
and is now trainin
pionships of the A- A U In May,
Dohm defeated all the best quarter miter
Children Cry for Prtcher-s.Casiorkj
In tho "country at Cedarhnrst. His tims
was 51 4-5 seconds. He accompanied the
New York A. C. on its European tour and
at Dublin, July 7, ISSS, won tho 220-yard
Wit v -
. Two cenT
PS XV COLUMN.
WALTER C. DOHM.
dash, beating D. D. Bulger, and lowering
the Irish record to 22 3-5 seconds. Dohm
also won the quarter mile dash in 51 4-5
From tha time he returned, in August
of the same year, until he retired, in June,
1690, Dohm was almost invincible at the
middle distances. In the fall of 1SS3 he
won the quarter mile championship of
Canada and of America. In 1SS9 he won
the intercollegiate championship of Amer
ica in 50 seconds, breaking the previous in
tercollegiate record by 1 1-5 seconds; the
quarter mile championship of the eastern
United States: the quarter and half mile
championships of Canada, and the quarter
mile championship of America. On June
20, at Travers island, Dohm ran half a mile
in lm. 55Js. This performance is still the
best on record for America-
Bicyclist Martin F. Shafer.
One of the most prominent bicyclists in
Rochester, N. Y., is Martin F. Shafer, of
the Genesee Bicycle club, whose picture
appears in this article. lie is one of the
MART IN F. SHAFER.
charter members of. the flourishing organ
ization to which he belongs. He has been
captain of tho club for five successive
years, and the excellent drill movements
of the Gencsees are mainly due to his gen
eralship as a disciplinarian and to his ef
fective and untiring efforts toward making
the club a notable one. Mr. Shafer is also
a member of tho racing team.
Belle Cole, who once was glad to sing in
America for twenty-five dollars a concert,
looks with scorn on offers of less than 300
a night in London. Mrs. Shaw, the whis
tler, is another American who was never
particularly successful until sho went to
Manager John Hanlin will build a new
theater on the site of the old Walnut Street
hotel in Cincinnati.
Edwin Booth says he will never occupy
his Newport estate again. His health is
far from good.
"Wilson Barrett will begin his American
tour Dec. 23, at the Globe theater, in Boston.
A new theater, costing $100,000, is to be
erected in Providence.
"Shenandoah" and "Held by the Enemy"
two of tho most successful of modern
plays were rejected by half a dozen man
agers before they were finally accepted and
Marie Prescott denies that she is to mar
ry John R. McLean.
May Waldron, the clever young actress,
was a passenger on the steamship City of
Richmond during the trip which wound
up with a Ore, and she was the first to dis
cover the danger and give the alarm.
Frederick de Belleville is considered tho
best formed actor, Herbert Kolcey tho best
dressed, nenry Miller the most pleasant
voiced, Mr. Kendal the best mannered,
Maurice Barrymore the handsomest, Rich
ard Mansfield the most eccentric, Billy
Crane the jolliest and Joseph Jefferson the
Dr. Lyman Abbott, editor of The Chris
tian Union and a famous New York
clergyman, says: "I think, most assuredly,
that the church and the ministry should
recognize the dramatic art as they recog
nize all other arts."
Swift Judce 3rorrow.
Judge Morrow, the famous running
horse, is by Vagabond Moonlight, and is
owned by that shrewd turfite Green B.
Morris. Judge Morrow 13 i years old. In
the course of his career he has won twelve
out of eighteen starts. He was fifth in thu
Brooklyn Handicap of 1601. His best time
for lt miles is 2-03 4-5, which wa3 made in
the Volunteer handicap at Sbcepshead
Bay in June. 1230.
The "Way an Artist Reasons.
Here is a characteristic story about
the great Parisian man milliner: A lady
of high position once ventured to remon
Etrate with the great man because he
had charged her 120 for a ball dress.
"The material," she eaid, "could be
bought for tfcentr pounds, and eurely
the work of making up would be well
paid with five pounds more."
"Madam," replied the milliner, In his
loftiest manner, "go to 3L ileissonier,
the painter, and eay to him, 'Here is a
canvas, value a chilling, and here ar
colors, value four chilhngs. Paint me a
picture with these colors on that canvas
and I will par yon one and thre-epeace.'
I say more. I gay, it yon think my
(ri( MJ If
termj too high. paT me nothing and
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"WANTED A GOOD WHITR RMtnER.
' Wacea 111 per week. Gear-je V. Trout. Win
field. Kan. dTO It
WTANTED-A GIRL TO DO HOfSKWORK:
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S TopeWa avenue. dTO 6t
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WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GEN
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at UBS. Lawrence. dBHit
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S. Topcka. dft-
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? homework. Inqu'real m N Fourth, dfiltf
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housework. Apply at tod S Market, 0
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ti ka ave, a white woman cook. toti
"Wanti:d-young girl about ir to as-
i sit in general housework; no wuhin? -two
In famllr. Apply at 821 1 Main i-t, t-itf
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i housework: m washing nor Ironing; apply
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housework. fiCSNTopeka. SStf
M it-cell a n eons.
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Wellington, Kan. d81t
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$3 per day. 11, A. Nltsllnt.-
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i V at low Sumnor's. 3 East Ijea&a, s44'
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t aiwi MjOK-j.epers wso dulf poMUonn. to
apjdr st the Nations! Act-oQDtant'sand "tnnnsrapn
trrliurtati. ORce for ILe rtcfs of Khkss. (. oto
isdo. Nebraska. llffHiil Dd 7exi,m lbs rwta
v. ttleru liuiLri Collet. V tctdts, Kaa. 'it it
TT-ANTED-BUSINrSS MKN WRO ABB IN
1 T it d of BletKirTftpbtM cr scceastSBts to eU
st th Natlobal ArtounlstitV sod t-leottisp"'"
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I ff ( ollece vv 1 bltM. ttsa V uMtfclly hats an
our appllrauon IjM tkiytooclily cosntftcnt kak-leepf-rs
rd yj'ii.iajLrs, with Trot cms tcirrru
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ptat rscenLty a&, toss on.y lay (rosits. ts
whoai eir,uivs rlsbt Is e-1tu, en receij of Mfc
cents we wilt od a m aisle line ry a all. is ctr
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located. 1m! ; f.f tferee &ast & pnaaaMBt UiuM,
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by two juAOf Btco. f'-ry aasi b Srst cuuas rnwst
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n ajrscsjt't ciscuae trav-y tr tir ;?
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erwd i daajj ten. UXSca 309 i JaWa c Witiata.
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ale c ow.ir (l xxty. wtutac b y r-
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50 Chicago ave . WlcJUta, Kaa.
Under this head Jc pr line per day.
1,'OR , SALE-CHEAP -ONE FIRST CLA
I ticket oter th Missouri Pacific to St. Lchm
and return, good for transit either iray up to acd
including auc. IS, I ail at Charles Uros, Palmi
Soap works, aii K Oak t tTv i
I?OK SALE OR TRADE -WQ ACRES UCSf
elass tm land S milts from depot, la King
manio Kaa. Geo. U. 11 it thews, is E. IxmsiiU
ave- Wichita. Kaa, ikS-U
"L?Ut S- AI K-ONE or THE BEST Ei.TABI.IMIfc.ll
A and iaot ol id bulBss la tft ctty, bus pa t
tiOCD a year net for the pai five years, bo las or
rifc of any kind; saVslacttoa guaranteed, uoivl
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business, this office. dv-tk
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Uwt pys Urco proatN rtilUio some trad
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1?OR 'ALE-AN ICE BOX FOR FAMtLT V-E,
A Addrcj P. Uernm. i2s E Douglas av. HS U
TT'OR SALE-HORSE, HARNESS AND PHAE
X ton. her cood color and xxXo far ladT ia
drive, call at & S .Mala st cWT ft
FOR SALE-S9 CRE3 OF GOOD HAY CHFtP
near rnr ley. haa.. or will catand suck sans
If dessted. inoutrn C ortuMresd 1 A. iUoa. cr
ot Lombard ilortcj company, Wichita. dt a
7TOR SaLL-aT" BUTCIiKR SHOP. " UrU.DIM
A and ail tools necessary 10 roadwet a, art-cutM
shop at about wht tho tools sro worm. . L.
Jiyers. BI N ilu st, t&i
1OR -ALfc.-M-tH"K OP
clean Well lOircl.Ml
A natives, roaslsuac of
stock. Wilt sel. at it htrttata. Oinxt crops will mako
cood tradu. Now itkeLmto ecre a Narpilo,
call or audree J. T. Dorsty. llaaccr. 24 N ioin.
IOR SALE-A HOUSk-NO. 116 N TOPKKA
X avenue, to to noted. Inquire next door.
7KK hALE-BOOKAND STATIONERY STORK
(ami wall pnpert Hoct (4,009 t lt.lX.8. i sat
jears btttuts fS.(l I'te-ent ewwr wUl rttaiu
an luten-t tf net.css.iry No traders ctcd ;ily.
Adurets U. !. caieot i.aele orace. O-it
fTlOR 8ALE-A BAROAIN. A SPLENDID
JL? farm near tone, llenty of fruit. By I Mrf..
las HI N Market. 0K-16V
IIOR .ALF-KE FOPR-ROOM HESinENt,
' Lot KO ftt front, l.arce Mable, coal sunt,
rhlcki-n house, etc. Plenty of fruit trees and aa
fenced. Inquire at 114 Nwth lljtC diilJl-
Tlt"ALr71TiN EirK CRfcAM OPTHTriN
Jl riudiks boiler, rBcine. pocxrrs and etprythlt-s
necesMiry lor mi.pl ng trade of city ih1 rurrouti j .
lnc towns. Tertn&sy OtiOd reasoBs for wtshms
to sell. Addrecw lock 1r)X X. WIchlU, Kun. M U
TTOI: ALE A HANDVOME LtTIIOOKAPIt
JC map of thrcltyof V lchlls.eli Bauiof ttrrets"
public l.Mlldiuth, rilr. parks, etc. six lilt tm
linen paper, yuc U tut fucb, ) lorlGcrnU,ii
irnUULOitu. Alldcws Hi WitbllA iuia, TVtctulA,
Ksn. CI(At f
WASTED ltcal Estate.
Under this kesd "c pvrllca per day.
Under this head lc per lies aerdar.
Icdur this head ;c per line per day.
rpo KCHANGr.-S. LOlb IN LOS ANOEI.fci
X City-, alsv 1.' lots In PaMuuleoa, alt la LM Ant. -leg
contj. California, to exibauK" for city protMtiy
in Wichita, or farm lauds in hedewtak comity .-r
wenlern Kiumaj. taods. N. P. faUlbkland, er No.
U N. Mam st, room N. dU
I OR RENT Douses.
Lntlcr tbis hd lc ir lias psrdar.
fJ tOK REN l-ONK r IIUT-l'LA IlOC'Hh. UK
gt rlht roums corner tcoud and Vtttsb.
a .oiiriilL'Ui. E. 1), iiunn. tt
Cst ft HtNT-HOlbl-ll NOBTH hJIPOhl.V
(" avriiUH. Modern UuprovefuoiiU, Lowrentto
uuutul teuaut. Apply on pivuiise. d(ltl
ton. RLNTON trOfcTuK MlXr UhallC
able awr lllncs in the city v it eleL-ant croon-U,
Miuated on North Luwieuco avenue. N P NiMer
lalulor A 1.0. U U
FOR RENT Rooms.
Under this head 3e par llcepnrdar.
I.IOR KLNT-HOOMb. IIH UK
IIH UK WITMOtT
X board, furnlhl or UBfurBlnbli ou uowtj
stairs room w Ith clot. Bj 3 Ebi porta. dI H
"IOlt KftNT-PLKAbANTPLRNlbHLD IlOoltd
jL. at (IS H loiwrruie uvo. tl Mt.
IOR HfcM-PLAl CUHNEK BIAl AND H!
JL erT.erv. OttK nator, Uubi also two 4-fftir
room cotutges nawly pired uatl tsJDtotl, Apply
Et at N Main st. O tw
FOR REXTM iscella neous.
tuder Ibis ksad fc per Has prdr.
IVOR RENT -STORE ROOM. 1S W Dongta. jrew
A pmt,scw papr, ketbi iosmb la thweay. L.
J .'-pener, li.' N .Milkst. CSCll
I OR KKNT ; AC RK8 OP ORAM LAND,
A dear town. HudhsU Lno luvrsunesH Cu,
SluhL P.OOM NO. 407 K-DOIO-
lr.smn ttxIM Itet, win iot ohesp to ycsl
Dnrt.n A. fcjcn, JW t. IMMutas.
Under tbts hnut Jc per lm per A. j.
I OftT-A BLACK A M) 1 AN DOO WITH WH II K
J.J spot ON brm4. wlsbtoc between 4cJtt ana Uu
nuuiMts. fctsitar will rvcciT
lrol rwsrH by
oOUnr at KU N. JUl si.
Under t h.ft H vr Itnsperijsy.
Under Hits liesvl 9s Str tins jut A. j.
CTRATEi-1 TRXaS HrkKhS. .AI MAI.X.
O wfi. fctlMMtssil us body. Uae.iBlmniaDosi .itt
Kl4rWt; Csojipb;it stock )mj.. WkJUts ku.
GENEltA 1j STOltA G'f.
TfRAlt fcitnei wshoae. w. cImsj sr.l
U felBio. Of urf Near iMWadta sTeaM
MSls I depot, suffice OT t. DMCia st 13 tf
rne)r this b4 : f,.r Urn r fl7.
ONET TO LOAN IN I.KaE OK SMALL
ajsjoonuenisiu. sstkil pis . ifcf"l
:v4. kMesk MMi m say kms4 MCStTUy. 1 leb Ut
Lo.n (- rtma ee u aj at 1m tf
VLHNITl KK LOANi J ITL LOaM-Mui-J
vf iasuied a a !. e'crrUlsc lr . f, ImA.
Uttu. bTvrMaWlMii a crry. ssTSf thru
M J SCELLA NEO US.
t ader U,1 kesd lc see Ub per stay.
rf-AKE NTICE-TnATIlATEOLO ALL Mr
JL stock and Uee la U Outer hnLleu
Mltlteff ast Kleeator C U M. J. QUaer. sast wl.i ao
tortatasr b reosoaatats (or fnttn s Milraati or ,.
4iiu-J.ua t.i . r lift .ilTi. S.riri aaSSa.r
PAMKER a'mCWWs. RENTAL AJ COU-f -X
tbfj ace-JaM. bojes fir sjoat raVMM -U"tr
ae,ilclLest RTaVKi V. scAWa. assasml bu.
Ot3c Uh Main.
TJAHTIILH OLDI'TIClCETlAT ALUK i H
1 slicry. ttl " MaIb, ustt pfas uss by
hp. 1st. OK
rpiN rr. jt f n r whol.sLE at jut
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k. le prm rrnioDiCAt. rttxat. tm
ft e Fe avb et4y. set 4ttasly ajsj bb She.
aUsaJ syaUs ajstl Ma4iH7 esire aaytsieaiaWw ttr
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1 fcee jmi Vi oi t Ws il sbafiss Be vfsuu
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lav ti aoitte ia;9Uc nr utsa. wm-
i je lMtzJLM. WtcMLa, i
JsvsU, kajL, by bisai 4
la U. 4rirt eocrt of amstcwacs: sjaty. EjlsMs,
Mary H. LJaco. 944u..
Winfcuat H Dira 4ayfayv4a't
! fimsl dWet--ls.a. T'lasa Us
b bea'aw aUatet "aW t lua &! b
Akovc Baaawl y-niKt.T Hrr K Lar ' tbe ( s
trvtt atswi of S-larwM.a: I twaty K . a4 test
I. bat a4aare lb fUU4m l t Mai .. T
aajpWawC bin iesrt la aswt srUaw, la af t&
rs-rtvt tl Iaaeev-t aasrt of aVaalrbc4 Csssufetr.
trnnm, wa ut bfr- tba if b tsj t inasfcwr i.
mA sw-Uaoa, w. i UW a tra saat )ttmr-:.
p4a.tur tttl as;Jan U-a asu aVatfa
teaav-f jXAlftttS. HTT tl Ltass
aVfvswts. st. Wuv.m R. IAaa. saat
tavtr 2s aausi ansaa u uew as vim
Lia;sV fraac laVe- A-i
.s n. iJSr. a rriamau' a tva
tvj.t.t. XarrH Llgsr ixi c. ii'saim sjwI .
ta-ljr oi bsv f.Arn aof f--r WrrtaW labs -(dart
frosa t,i.mtm aay ltiH b lav yUls
UCa aenrty, aat tar tba oams af tMa a.rstia. ta
u'iOTlaxv rt tb tasrasaaJasl 9ff Si Us aa.b
ttZ. asiwiaa bi"
AUMt . W ATEMaV
OsTk cf ObatrsU "eV HT. 3. IfabMal.
aUd- jury far rfatoatj. iUrj . Lbvrt
An otfl lm. vr osiaito, Mrs. Hnrity, hxx
ncaatlj bi ia Caliios-aia, at tha ago ot
am lmirL asvd eigits, wb-Jwajj
prtaiad IwraaJf optw Lo fact Uut u
dsiM tfos Jubd lesen kja--d by the y-atnot
Kbert Emmet. SIm wold ttssttiswciy re
msmkhtr th irnk rijic. tadr Ikv
Frads aaanzai, Hc3m. U 27f6.
?raa of tJ siso josvUeas of the rs'
prsoso eosrt as,- coempy ibrmr!ra.heax
is VfxAcut&xm, and Um otlr two, ibo
new JaKcs IWewn and Hrower, will
tcoa hi Jsilar!y aStsad.