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&e Wtteftita Sails SafiHe:.. Sfciwrafcig mmgms:, lrt v6'
AilverM'Pini-Jit-i J" this column will le charged for
at tlie rate of Five Cents per lino iicr week. No ad
vertiswieiitt. taken for less than 25 cents, and will
not lie Inserted until paid lor.
"ANTKD Girl to cook and assist with washlni;
and Ironing. 520 E Third fit. 133 Ctt
"TTANTED Two neatly furnished rooms, suitable
V forllRht housekeeping within one half block
of Douslas ave. Enquire at Wichita Art Gallery. 125
Main tiu ioj oiT
"TTTAXTED Wo will trade tho following property
- T for raring, viz: A SG.UJU stocK oi lumncr; a .'.uwj
thoroughbred stallion and a nice residence In God
dnrd. Fostpr & Sutherland, real estate and loan
agents. Goddard. Kan. 133 6t
TTTAXTED Partner. Ciothln?. hats, fu-nlnhlng
TT Roods, etc, at ArKansa? uny. uoou uusmess;
best business stand In tho city; $5,000 to $5,0UO. Ad
dress lock bax 43, Wichita, Kan. 133 t
"VfTAXTED Everybody to know that tho new up
! open evenings. Orders left there will be promptly
filled. Convenient to postofllce. Ko. 131 Jvorth Jlalii
rANTED-A partner In business with $.100 cash;
TT must ur si rvsiieic niiuiu.. di.,..a
temperate. Address J. E. JJoxart, Geuda Sn riaRs.
TTrAXTED-Tolmv.nROod. Keltic, f'nBIe!J,,Ilf
W horM.-. Call at 431 .Vorth Fourth ave. 1 Ctt
WWTro-Hoom anl board In strictly private
fani'llv foVmin and wife. Inferences cx
chanKed?nAdress. Ulvins tu-ins.clc WRnl-
lard, city- l
"TVTAVTr.n-I'nrllea contemplating a trip to Indl
W , Ohio lllliioIs.SIIsourI. ntreduccl rates to
JTii , E v stirni ticket broker. onleeiKG Ea?t DouS
to awnue ?Jn ilo.lei barber rtiop. Information In
re"?rd tV r M. routes. sleepliiR cur berths, etc.. will
be cheerfully lunil-licd upon application personally
nr bv le".-r to F. Mem. Hallway Ticket i:rn!:cr,
Wichita Kansas. '"i-t
"VN'TEU A Rood smart boy t drive delivery
" wagon. Addriss with reftstnee E. It.. llaalu
"TTTANTEU To ship to Fort Smith. Ark..S0 teams
V ami men. Good washes and all winter Job;
22 office fee :md free pass of iW miles The pastes
ore ready, so come ilsht along and be shipped
-out. J. l' Kcnworthy. 131 fit
"XTT VNTED For Oklahoma, SCO men to work on
the etteiiElo:i of tho Kansas Southern rail
way: wases SI M per day: board S3 li per week: free
pxsjJ to the ork. J, It. Kcnworthy. 131 Ct
"AiJTErr An otHco loy. Apply to Jlorton Woll-
..... - r.. ,'IJ KTrtt. T.I?, 131-J.t
Jlillil W. l' ixtJ -,V ,.l .-UU..1.
"TTTAICTED Carpenters, brlcklajcrs. corn humors,
W farmhands, hotel help. All kinds of labor can
flud employment by addressing with htampsorcall
Ins on J. It. Kcnworthv, JVJ8 Douglas Ave. 3uO-U
WANTED One large or two medium eized un
furnished looms, in pood locality, five or ten
minute's walk from old l.O..oa ground lloor Ad
drer.s It. L T., liiglo OAIcc. 1 Ct
-nrr-AN'TEr Fcvcral more jottnf; ladles and gontle
V men to learn telwtraphy, nil kinds of Matlon
work include!. For partleulars nddress Soutlyvcat
ern UiLsincss College. icldta. K.tn. lJJt
ivrrn-i nvai clrl to do reneral housework.
i:ntjLiIre ut:)l X. I Awrenco. 130 -Ctt
7"AN'Tr.D Two boarderj ar.il loggers In PrI(J'l
lamiiy. ui -s. ivjjv.a. .-
WATED-Ead!cs to know thatJIrs. I. II. 1 alvey
ft Co.'s dressmaking has been temporarily
openeil In the New York Millinery fctore, 133 j!nln St.
Seo adcrtlseme;it in "Special" eolunin. lJtt
"tTTNTED-Atonw. a Mrorc. woman to do plain
V ookins. Apply ut tho W. C. T. U. room", on ..
XtrANTEU-Aclrlto do general house crk. En-
V ;lrc at 537 N. Fourth Ave. 129-ft
ANTED Situation br an experienced book-l-,x,.r
Will rnn tract for six months atSSO
trmonni. uoou reicreiiccaBi'i-". -iuuiuot ;."
efrer," Wlcidta. -' Gt
" . n r . ...- k .l.t.n TTrkL.
ANTED Emhrolderln? of all kinds. 'Work
neatlv nnd jiromptly done. Charges reasonable,
it 3-0 S. Market ht. 1-J Ctt
VTTANTE1) SenmstrrRa. WJU find occupation by
Tf calJIiigon .mnaame jrai.yoiatiiivfwiiaker im
Tojieha. second tloor. room 13, 'Z)-Ci
WANTED A live young man to speak at tho
doors of the Koyal Museum of Anatomy. Also
a liov wanted, l'ostoulco building. 123-at
"T7.NTED A first-class drtfxmakcr. None other
need apply. No. 117 Main St., upstair', of ap.
TXTANTED Every perron wis!i!ng a good Inves,
V V merit in anv jiart of the clly or county, to call
nnd examine our'lM of farms and city proptity be
f- ro purcliatlng. X'atuttm. Slinms i: Geo.v-e. l.'J
Main bt. d Ub-ct
TTTAVTrD V cond ;irl In family or two persons.
V 1 uquiro at JO i V. ei Thh dt. c-Us-Ct
-VXT OflEl)- A girl to do j;e:i( ral hou-f-woi k. Ap
SY lb at V.'. E. Stanley's, 7.!1 North 1opeUaAe.
d i- a
TANTrn-Tw'iinen. Will lay ftr. to ftlHO lr
V mouth to competent parties, address K and 1..
tlus oIlU t . Lli
-WTANTri) V woman for general housework In
V rm.Va family. Apply at l!oU :;. Main bt. d VV Ctt
-WTANr: D Inruranco o" nil clnscs. I can she
V 'it th-ljestra'e.slnthe'iicjt leliable comj-an
Ic. AfchbvlA oVh. i-nglo block. lJS-lit
-VTTVNTri) To ir'aee loans on long tlnto on farms
V orLu-incssljDcks'oron short t'.mu tr ehativl
or real e-tate -ecrrIty; jateslo and prompt at ten
tlon. Af-hbel Welch, haglo blcck. li l-t
WANTED-Tuo Wichita Gardens a;e boomlug.
nndiedon,t'wantoutOKCtleft. I.iiqulro of
the prlnripal real ebtate ilcalers or of Aalibel " fjc'1.
Eagfo lll(K-k. hL
WANTED We wart you to know that jour own
interest reffiilresjou to lnvc-t in the Ichl a
Ganletis before the jrlco goes up. Asubel ojcli.
r. , In KTrt-.!r " -"lt
WNTLD Investors .".I'd rpcculatorfl to know nil
about the Wichita Unr.leiu. Luxuiro ot AMibel
Vr'elch, Eaglo block. 1-j-l.t
"ANTED-1 adlcH. local or traveling. A wonder-
dally easily mailc: no jihoto: no painllcs. particulars
free. lira. T. S. Uttle, box 4Ch!c:igO. 111. U'-13t
-WTANTED -K eri body to know that C. II. Garrl'on
V ha.siu?t reei!eila line hue of fu- and iilah
1m roots, ho-se blankets and all kinds of hrt
clothlug. 119 West Uougl.13 Ao. Iio-lmot
-fYT"-'-Ivri.I- Tl tp'j good :nllor.-j;onc for coat, ono
YV for pants aid one for v MP, tmmedlatlv. Max
Kchmetrler. Merchant Tailor, oppctltoU. b. Land of
fice. Garden t i.y.Kan. 1l
NT1 T)-A good ;Irl lor family e" three; lil N
Eriporla ave. O. L. l'ratt. Ii- ti
"TTCT VNTED A man to canvass and manage eau-
V ni-rrs to t ontrol all sates of the Incandescent
Llisht. ciiwl to rO randies In Wi.hl'a. For partial
lais, 'erms. etc, atiarcts lt,criid. scent lam" -o..
Fitt.s'u'rgl-, I "a. lta lm
ITANTFi) lolmysiorkiMttleof allkluds. J. A.
. V ;.... . it... ..I Tlll.. M-,rl ot dKI-tf
T ieiim.li i.'nc-.,,1, ,u...v. .-...--.
--i7 ST1.D !5.'rr)ri'r3f'ir money; we plaeo money
YV at the lowest rjti-s on all kinds or chnttel no
rm ltv loans, and ahto ou seciid mortKiigcs on farms
V. icll''n H.'Sikia Co., No. IK Vv Mt Doughs ao. h.-tt
r VNTED -To loan . 0 cnba-slnet McnVs nnd
v.? iVl .....- vifl,!,, tli., tiri !l!rt
dajs. Xsrsas Ja.mi Mid Investment company l.itr
ITT WTHD-To loan at- owest rnt-xs. SlUl.fO on oil:
V " h" farm property. Money icdy an- d:.j
S. W. CcK JHT. V7 M.4'11 bt.
"Vt7 AMKD-lookkeeiM'w and business rie-i to
liiow tl..U t.ie National Accountants Huriau
offt-rs unsurptvs-Ksi frieiltllci. for the pnH-arenieiit of
rn.t-clr.ss men nrd women for pcs,l:ioiis as book
kci'ivw and nceounUMits. i?uslm-n men who want
olllcient 'iclp, and expo C lmokkeepew vko can (.1.0
nr-t-el:i.s.srsfcriKV. and want mtuations. vcmiUI do
v ell by addressing us. t ..11c for the state of K.inw
nt tho Sm:liv. cstcu-n Hi 1 jcnj College. Vi IcUlta r-ai
fTsOR iwENT Ono large ulcly furntlit.l room sul'-
JL at:e iorg,".'i'.'i.iu, ,.,. ... ..-.- n -- ,
rfao one milium ."lied room, suitable for geutlcmen.
Kcqulre at 523 W Third st. IStiCt
TT'OH RENT Nice furabhed room. CiU at i! N.
X' Toncka ave. 1-
TT'OR RENT XowlT fnsr.lshei room la prlrnte
X1 hoiw-.orposlt OccldeuUl grocery. J. "
Mnlui-tre-it. ' ''6'
TT'OH HENT-A f urnMissl h-tel r.t o bsriala; ..Sir
ij hou-llatcwa. AiJr, John H. IV-V.y ,re?
pert. Kati5M. 1MV
IrtOR RENT An elegrctly fnrnl-sl ed front rj-om for
tuticr.c;. Apply at KV North Hniporta
nvenu-. l ,l u
TT' Hi ULNV- 't"TiL'ud r.xuns by thn day or wcck
X? Inq-Jre a' sj E Dougl-V aw, room 1. u? stairs n
ntiloW roivUsnve. room 1 oer Fetrlea clotn. R
store. Mm. J. M. Masor. j
ICR I E".."T A WolHnnti.n.Esaj. brick store ropi.
fcc-Mutti an.l waslilugifia ae, ortposiie 1 -
Enquire of W. II,
or N.Ftone. St-JcN--
1710R HENT -Three fur'al-ced rooms in Srst-clr-sS
JJiiriicr. P.rf ereniei o-clianscHl. Apply nt C42 N.
ITfORHE'rr TTiTjncrrlypf.pcreJ and hano&ivty
1 fumishodfrontroccir.ltnhtwneconifortj. M A5,
corner Waco nx.d Central At. ivj 5t
I710H RENT Famished rcvrasby dcy or ireek. aio
unfurnished rooms at HI N W altr St. 123-C:
3- Ml HENT A nicely fiuiilhid room. S13 N. ilar
1 k'tst. m-fc
JTL)HHENT New -room house on Oak St. trtet
car line. I rice $22Js) prr month. CaJl at
btaaru'.. tie ticket broker, S tt Dos.Iaa A-o.
OR RUNT Two furnlshcJ roctai tt 242 North
Lav reuco Av. - d-U-6tt
FOR RENT. .
FORItEST A dwelling house on Topcka Ave.
Enquire at 921 East Third St. d-12Mtt
IT'OH RENT Handsomely furnished room, suitable
? for two gents, with or without board. A few
lirst-clafis boarders wanted at 115 South Water fat.
OKKENT-Kcrnlshcd rooms at 155 North Topeka
IOHRENT-Store room on N Main st. 25x. plate
glass front. Enquire at Occidental grocer . lc-ttf
TTtOR RENT OR SALE-A new hotel just finished; a
Especial bargain to right person; njj ",nf J.1"
dallv for meals; centrally locatod. Address li. .r.
Attica, Kan. '" T
TOHSALE-AIlargain. Six Insldo lots for to;
Jb price S1.&T1. These must bs sold IrameJian.
Address T&M.box3. city. lo-,6tt
1-sri ; t t v Rare chance. A restaurant and board
??ng house feVdfnlfrom 30 to 50 regular boarders
-,'" tier week table boanUSk: transient meali, Slck
nesiiseof seinog. Enquire ail Douglas av. 133 Ctt
FnitsJ.E lfi houses, tone moved at once. P. S.
SnUthTwitii HaiTl-, Harris & Vermillion. J3.5-Ctt
ITOU QAI.E A lot of houses 111 good repair, to be
' so!dand moved at once. I. S. Smith, with Har
ris, Harris & Vermillion. 133 6tt
TT'OR SALE Several good houses to be moved ct
JJ once. 1. S, Smith, oxer V.clis iargo cxpre-s
-7'On SALE 100 ft on 4th ave., cor 1st st.,; IS! ft on
X? Central ave.. Maple Grove add; 2 lots, houe,
stable, 2 wells, on 4th ave.: 2 corner lots nnd valuable
Improvements, Oak fct; 150 ft on Oak St., cor, Wash
ington ave.: new houe, 5 rooms and 50 f l on Wash
Ingtan ave; a lot on Oak St., good location for a hard
ware store; neat 2 room houe and 33 ft front on
Mead ave, $750. You can buy a lot without cash pay
ment if you will build a house theron. Examine our
list of bargains beforo investing. Miller & Shcppard,
701 East Oak Btrtxt. 1 si Gt
"I710P. SALE A barn on tho northwest corner of
J1 Main nnd lewis streets. Must be moved this
week. Call on W, A. Martin, under Citizens bank.
ITtOll SALE A well Improved farm near the city;
one hundred and sixty acres; a special birgaie
for a few days. Call at Hardy Solomon's real estate
offlcc, 327 Douglas ave. 13 tf
FOIl SALE One billiard anil one pool table, cheap
if boldlntcndaiH. Addrcsibox 149 Kinsman,
Can. 133 Ctt
IT'OH SALE Si.'M farm to trade for Wichita prop
1 ertv. A8-VJ)d farm to trade for western lands
arid a "gooi 8J M sell for $l0. A good hotel
to trade for W) acres, besides many other good bar
gains. Address O. G- Jacob?, Valley Center, Kansas.
I TiOR SALEA Southern Kansas Land Explorer's
1 railroad ticket good to Kiowa and to Kansas
City, including all branches on the Southern Kansas
route; llrst class. Apply r.t Hay ley Bros, real estate
oHIee. 116 North Marjcet st , city. 131-ttt
IT'OH SALE Hulhvcy tickets at i educed rates to
1 alloliits. liektts bought aDd sold. Stern,
the ticket broker. Oflice 220 1'jti.t Douglas avenue,
in Jloiiel b3rler shop. 131-Ct
IT'OH SALE Ono hundre.1 and.ilfty feet cor. Third
1 St. nnd Fourth Ave., at a burgain for thirty days.
John Stewart. liO-lm
IT'OH SALE A lady s line saddl horse, neat and
stj Ush, showy color, oung and ell broken. En
quire at Register of Deeds Oillce
TOU SALE No. 1013 X. Emporia Ave.. 60x110 ft.
1 Niw C'ottace. with cellar, cistern, well nan try.
i.mru closets, cramln at Iront and rear, mantel and
grute and tUc large rooms. Enqalro at the iu.use or
of J W. Tucker, at Citizens Bank. illi-i-fit
7.0H SALE A good family pony, weight ft.0 lbs.
L1 nlso.-i good Art Garland parlor stove, nearly
ew, of large size. Would trade pony for a good
lirlng wagon. I". C. Winantz, 1433 Waco St. d 123 C7t
"f 7011 SALE A parlor pulte, licdroom suite. 1 j;rus
Jt; scls cai pet. 2 bedroom carpets, 1 ash bedstead.
htovLS. two tables. 1 cnair ana oiueruouscKceinng
furniture. All new. Address A. d-128 C-
IT'OH SALE-Onc-hair or nhole Interest m wen cs-
tablished meat market, centrallv located on
Douclas nenue. ltcnt mouerate. ror particulars
address C. Z.. thl3 oflice. d-12i-6tt
7V)H SALE A cow and calf, at 41". E. Central Ave.
1 d-liS Stt
FOIt SALE 1(S ncrcs Just east of tho Wichita Gar
dens, suitable fo. plating in aero or D aero lots.
Ike best bargain any place adjoining tho city. Spec
ial price for a few dajs. Farnum, Simms & George,
Room 1, No. 110 Main St. d 123 lm
IT'OH SALE 100x140 ft. on Empcrla Ave., corner,
1 only six blocks from Douglas Ac. Ponced, good
pi'oket fence. Farnum, Slnim.) a Gcorjc. Ill) Main
I710H SALE Wo have tho most complete Ht of
1 North Main and East Douglas Ave. property la
hecltv.andcan offer some t pedal bargains for a
ewda'vs. Farnum. fclmms & George, V) Main St.
IT'OH SAI E 2V. or 10 acre lots in tho Wichita Gar
Jp dins 011 Washington aie. north of tho cltv, by
tiioDrincipaliual cstato dealers or Ashbel Wels'i,
Eigle block. !-) l'-t
IT'OH SALE The V.ichita Gardens. Tho biggest
V thing uo ofiercd In the market. Kmpilie of
principle! ioal otate dealers or or A&noei v clew acie
ilOCK. '"' -
171,01: SLH-Tiionnct land to oe found. 111 .'
JJ and 1 ):v re lots n Washington ave. 'I here is ti g
j.uuiey lit It If joubuyuow. Ashbel.cltfh, I agio
blor. 1J-' ut
XTiORSALE-STho garden spot of tbo i"rM, ot.-cr-
wi-e known as the lehlta Garde n. 1 or lntor-i.'atio-i
applv to the principal real estate dealer.- ot
to Asihbel V.'clch. Eagle block. li 12 1
IT'OH SALE-GaHcning lets of 5 and 10 acres at SIM
M r aire situate dnortn of town i.ear the dam 0:1
.1.'- t ?... A I- ,t-o , Iri!- v.-rjT. -Idp. Eiiouire of
pnnel'pai land agents or of M. T. NielioLs. 12' Utt
TTIOH SALE 7W acres northcafit of 13th t,t. and
i - .. ...f,,i,. r,i tlTl-liMni- ATn i.
acres north of Carey Hark. V. D. McCormick, 1
1:. Douglas Ae. .
17OH SALE-The 7 acres N. E. cf 3r.thst.and
rrv i. .uwi t-, s-ri" iinwij in ciii nt n
pacriiicc, liio on nor beiut; anxlou to renilre. Apro-
HEorFCvcrni iiious'tiiu iwiiaio wu w ..., ......
in it. Call for particulars at room h .immeily
building. 122 E. Douglas a e. IX Lt
FOR S iLE-Lot 10 Douglas avenue Last 1) ichlta.
IOt 37 Douglas avenue. EiiglL-h Add. C nil on
larris & HarrU ft Vermilion. IS.-l.t
TTOH SALE 1 lota N Water, soutn 01 l.'ui si. e.c-i
front SiWl ix-r lot. i lots N Weter south of 1-th
st. east front ?430 ir lot. 5 lots N MoEjey .routn i
llth sr. east fi-ont yiis per lot. 2 lots on N Ohio south
of 10th H east front S-W per lot. 1 lot N Majn f ouiti
of ;kl st west front 3 sto.-j brick budnoss block, htorw
room, ivi rooms - " unv.-.---:- -or
lot. l'rlce $15,509. Terms to pood pai ties. si.u
Juat north oC Carey park. g's&. l'ictcr. Button . &
oulc agcnis, omco on-r jo. . -.. "- ----
'OH SALE A pair of oung. v. ell broke worK oxen
.l1 at 5v3 Sherm
erman aeuue, cor. Leuirai :.un .uc-
JTiOHSALE A spivlal bargaIn-21 acres i mile
1 f rons CareVs lV.rk In one or 3 nero lots to suit
purchaser. Tiriw liberal. J. E. Humphrey A Son,
lkigle block. 121 tf
I710RSALE One liun-lrcl feet front with two 4
' room homos, ou Waco a. cnue between lt and
2.j tre.'W. For terms call on J. E. Humphrey A Sou,
ligle block. 1-1"
trV'K SALE AVill s-'llllh lease ami furniture in
X1 owns tit Union block over F.ilace barber shop.
Apply to Mi. Gandolfo. ar Union block. y. u
IT'OH SALE Old papc' at this office at 25 cpuH
'4TV X -, V,r-l!r! lfl.-t- for tK ..lm Of
,. Imjufre u- write to Iluk I oats. 3Stf
T7.'K 5ALF -iicUCO will buy lCOxU.l ft with hor-se
V on 4th avenue, Just t nth of WFliam "irc-t, suita
b'e for v huL'sali! or agnoiilturr.l Imploment 'varf
hour; siskin track can le put lu ery cheap. I'.C
and L. H. Cole. .BJ Doulas a e. ilM-tf
ITOUSAIX-SOlote 5-n HUnr-tr's oldlt'or. Tlu-sc
X: lot if rent on f--hir.,f ton avenuo nd west on
livvrtcy avenue, sre co ered with fine f nil' and hade
tree-, and will bs sold onssjj term. Call ou Itunncll
"TT'OH S.VLE Mv stock of gnvcries and qi.eonswsre
,V at Autliony, Kan.; will e ell for cah only. ?to-rk
w 111 Invoice for $i5i. I will r-nt to the parlies luy
lng. the building. whicMs 12u feet with fiood cellar.
I. H. Fort'v, Anthony, tvan. 47-tf
TT'OH SALE-TW town lota In Gsrden City; pe.'Jal
.1 b.rg-las.id-sodefded laud adjoin!- the city. Call
ou or aiJdrcsj S. J. !', reud t.-tate agent, Oirden
City. Kan. 45-5m
JT'OH S TI ," gccxl thrtsrXlmou!e. in the city
j2 of K'nw.i, larhcr tounty. Alo arre property
lolnlag c itj . Two goo 1 tl-ree room hous In Atuca,
Hcrrcr e uty. 'vi acre cf choioo fans iar.J 2 n.iles
front the city of I.aruKl, For term and fu'l df
tcrlptioa.idilrc.. A. N. ClrV, Pratt, Kn. H5-ln
"S7,,'H SALE. God residence and business property
JL? in town of Clearwater; also a cood farm near
c unty eat c f Cusauietic couatj : rtl t-aie for Wich
ita cliy p:jH'rty. Irquire Vi N Market stnvt. U5lf
.OH SALE A very ch'c? bottom farm rt a low
I nnce for a fe.r uvys emir. Ihe msnv barg'rLS
in oIt and f.irm pniprTty; call and get priM. Ash
be! V.clish. I-rtK'"- bli-ck. 135-121
J710n SALE Call at once wliPe Uio pnees are low;
i? no licttor Jarai:is 'an be lad than 10 the Wleh
iu gardens- A.hbvl Wekai.EasiebiOcfc. iS-ir;
IOST Oathcth. a brown pure. between Orme
i.ind Orc-enway, on Weter u coatalnias r.bout S3
Flt..!er cs-n na c the meney by returning parse to 7t7
S. Water. ICZtz
f" OST At the r.pmri home S.".rrdy evtclar. a
j small b!a"U silk shoulder, vrap. emhrokicrtHi ia
tie comer and vlth frkige VrCerinr. The Rnder
will h-iMiltrtblT rewarded by leiTln t MLs Sadia
York's. No, PW N. To;ek3 Atc. UVC:
17or. EXCHANCtE-I have 10 teres of fcxceptlocklly
. fine garden lasd r.tvr thf. city, to crch-jn for
vacaatlouor nouse propmj ..tiiiwi ""
Douglas ana uv. rvui-v - -- . ""' IX."
box. C city. - -
FOB TRADE Nice cottage and three 80 ft. lots by
I50ftrdeep.and some cash for wnaU select nock
ofdrtwTandhxtarM. Address W.. care r.MGar
tlen Plalne. Kan. wt
.-.,..-,. a f .in 1CCM1 lmnroveit farm
i"V "AVrv-"k ITJZZ? v-rfT'i 1-.tT i
VrStfSnce IwoDerty. Eckardt & Bcott, at
Santa Fe bakery. va-a
17SOR TRADE Uvery stable and the entire outfit;
Jr good business. Rood location: everything be
longing to a first-class livery stable; situated in the
city of. Cleveland, Ohio: wiU trade for land In west
ern Kansas. For particulars address lockbox 139.
Wichita, Kan. Ml-tf
STORAGE For household goods or merchandise,
boxed or loose; if jou have any goods to store
bring them to the Wichita Storage Co., No. 115 West
Douglas ave. 6C-tf
FOUND A pocket book and money. Owner can
have the same by calling at 619 E Douglas btc and
J710UND The place to winter horses, brood marc,
"colts and roadsters. Is at the fair grounds. Every
horse will have a nice box stall and experienced men
to give them attention. V"e have driving horses and
ponies, saddle ponies, children's ponleswork horses.
Mules for sale. iFouta Bros., offico 151 X. MainSL
Bargains i Bargains!
7 acres adjolnlnc College Hill, I room houso and
binall barn, S3.700.
10 acres 1 W miles north of Douglas ave. SOO per acre.
45 acres on s wqrof hrstscc east oi irrisco HJghts,
S15-J ier acre. , ,
Above can be platted to advantage Immediately.
Also several chean farms In tho market. Porter.
Dutton & Noble, odee over 132 X Main st. 115-tf
Bargains in Real Estate.
A fine agricultural and stock farm, three and t:no
half miles from elty, about 125 acres broke, one quar
ter section fenced for pature. plenty of w atcr and a
hmall house. . , . , , ,
AlsoSuO lots in city finely located and In good
nelghborhoo-1. Special terms to those wishing to
make homes. ., , ., . .
Also suburban property. or furt.'.er particulars
Bee Chris. T. Hcarco, agent for Vi m. Greiffeastein. at
DR. WILLIAM HALL,
of Hall a Bennett.
Gives special attention tJ DL-sca'es of women, Blood
and Skin DIease3 and all troubles of tho Urinary
Organs speedily cured in both Eexes. Ofaco over
Woodman's Bank, Xorth Main street. Consultation
da or n!lit Funs. (Read Drs. Hall & Bennett's card
In this paper.) l-ltf
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Son York Money Markets.
Xew Yokk. Cctcbcr 21.
Mor.cy-On call active at 4 to IS per cent, closing at
4 per cent asked.
J'rlmo Jlerchautile l'aier-4 R5 per ccnt-
Stcrllng Excliange Quiet and steady nt 4S0?f to
4SI t for 0) daw bills and 4!-1 to 1S1JJ for demauu.
Government lionds Dull and steady to llrm.
State Honda Dull andstcady.
Stocks showe I more strongth than for many days
past although quiet and with -very little featuio be
yond tho weakness in Heading and prices ndvauced
until tho middle or tho afternoon i hen everything
was particulai ly prominent In U12 declino which
Tho total nalcs of ttocks today is as 133,053 shares.
3-per cents MQ
frper-ccnts of 'Oo $-,
Chicago U Alton "j, ,
Chicago. Hurliugtou &. Qulncy L.Ja
Laciwana . 1i"?
LakeShora - ,?W
Missouri 1'aclflc : "rS
Ncitliwestern : Hj
New York Central f
Heading t ,"ri, .
Hock Island : 'lA
Union Haciilc ,....,... Jtt
A J & SF lst7's.
Nevr York Gram.
Xkw Yorjr. October Vi.
Wheat Market for epot lots hlher;optlonsopeHcd
weak, closed firm. Ungr.uled red. -,SQri; No. 2
led, M. elevator. SJ';i to S5?f attoat; No J redovcm-bcr6l9ato84K;Dcc.-yL
Corn Ungraded tM-tVJftXo 2 4Si43 elovator.
KV. to V, ulloat; Xo. 2 Nov. 45 HQ.HK; Dec
4 7 5475,-5.
20ats A rhade stronger: mixed weetera jlci ;
nhite iiMSter'i, S5(4i)..
IMtter Firm; we-tern, H312-i.
Eggs Firm: western fresh. 20K 521.
Cheese Steady and iuict.
ChlcJtiP Grain and l'roduce.
r CincAGO. October CI.
There was fomo 'strength at tho orenlng of the
wv.eat market today induced by therepcrt of Im
proved export moT-ement, lwt.alucs t-oo;i became
h-avy undr free specu'Rtlve t fferings and prices rc-ec-eded
l from e-irlj outside figures and clcsed at
iufeido price b In the latest trading.
Oat , were dull and hea. lor, closing a shade lower
I'rovLlons showed very little activity; prices ru1
Ir.g weak and closing 105.15c lower for inesii pork.
Wheat-No 2 prlng 7;jiC.72J.; No X rod. 73J.
Corn-No. 2. V.'.y,SMi.
Oats No. 2, 25''iiJa
Hj o No. 2, 4sJ.
Harley No. 2. 53.
Flax seed 3C.
Timothv Setsl-Prime, Sl.CoC 1.M
Whiskey SitcaJy, tl IS.
The following Is .the ranc of prices on tha rgular
board with closing prices at 1 p. m:
Wiieat OJenoJ. HanTO- closod
October. ?hK -pAlH .
Xovember 73)f -.' L-
December 75 ,EH'H
May SI Wi'3IM
October 34U S',T?H
November 3.V-4 r-C'S
December 2!, rXXii J.
...M.i.t Vlii'O.'.'i Hi-3
Hje - 4.W
R70 (1SA5 8fS
.V-o 05S-:H W2VJ
1 15 0)1
Kanocii CitT Grain and Produce.
KvjvsCrrr, October tl.
Wheat Recelptt 1200; shlpmenU 11,3; In store,
4U.'i. market higher. .,,,.., -- ,
bales ranged: No. i redcr.ih. J1&S bid; Norembcr
CI bid: Decipher. rXMd. r
No. S rtd 56 bid; special, coft, C'h "'d. Others un-
Cora iterelpts, C.0'; thipmentr. 7,a); in srore
94.HO. htta.lv; Sal'-s rr.ned. No. 2 caik. 'H:
Nov. 9) tdd; Dec. Zfii asked; 3iay, 55-; bid;.
Oat.- aud r a nommaL
Eg, butter nnd hay unchanged.
Fl,ur Steady: quotations In car lots xx, 7Cc:xxx,
s5QSjc: famllv, si 05(jl 15: choice, l 35(31 45: fancy,
$1 55 1 a, paten. 1 Ci 2 05: rye flour, il 451 70.
vaxs . o. - c:isii, 41 uiu; &i wun v,.vuw-. -. ... ,
Kye Novcmbr,E5 ML
illl SlUlI VU16C.
Corn Steal v.reen. 5J, dried. 5.
Com Chop Hulk. 70; ticked. 73.
Hran Tdlk, 4: sacked. St.
Hay irm fane v. inall baled. S7.ft-, lirgc, tr'-W.
Hax seed-t-uoted st 83.
Butter Steady; creamery fancy, 23; good, 2".; dairy,
13. store packed. 12; coairaon. S.
Egg- -ste-.idy at 14c ,
Chw-l,ttu cream. 13; flat, 7.&S; Young America.
13-5; Kanss, &d7.
lvuiir tjieaoy: oia ccr.s s ; c-iu mii"i, c ',
spring chicken.', Lirgc, $2 10. t-rasU. 51 50S1 73; tur-
. room ejrii .31 u i .. --;, .t; !.- -. "- ,.v.-.3,
4Vj,Jf-l'-n2cyv'e, $-JMt- cro&ced. iVJH-
Provisions Jsug!- cured hara, lO'-tprerJa.-t bscon.
dried le?f, Ift drv salt clcir rib fide, S5 a;
long clear. $s :: rbcdklr-rs. $,su-,-iior-eI'ar. f :
smokv.leI.---r:iidi:cv, 2 long clear, $' start
cleir, 7 .".mrto pork, $3 Ut, shoulders, ti S; bee:
Lanl-Cholca tierce. ilSfl.
Dried Apple, liii:. peaihe?, 2J-rc-
. t.... , - ul -,t1 . cft.1? iru".-f "r
st. Louts Grstrs nJ I'rodnre.
St. Lens. Octot-cr 2L
73Hn-: clewing m-. Dec'nibcr,
Tallow No. 1. CV.-i; o. 2, 3.
Hides rrj tlict. No. 1. i.j; No. 2; If1: bulls ani Kta--s,
S,di-k-s,-dt-No.l.l0,No.2.a;i.'r--'n Kilt. No. 1. S. No.
2,7;Te.-nunc-arvd,No. 1.7. No. 2, ; caH. &K sheep
pelts, dry. HXW. t
Wool Xii'-ourl. unTra.-.eJ heavy fine. I6ai3; light,
Is5ij2; medium cimblsc. 2t2:-. coirs. exj;: lo-. aad
carrct. 1"S17. KarxAis and ebrasfca Ws.vy Sne. H4l;
lUht, VS?r; vLecbas. i-&Ziituit waahtd chrifce.ttt.",
nts. 5SU5: dingy atid Ioc", 2"SS.
Uav, (, cicvag Nt-
Oirc Verv dnll ana H'1? lowrr thsa yestci-ay :
Xo-aralxedc-wr:. .!: Nov. ST3SSS,.: Dcc.Jt'V.j
:siv clcingSSH'; May. S&Q&h. rkxing S7t-
Oat. Extremslr dull H-S I ;wer. No. 2. ti3h.
mlei.2T.: Not ember 2"; Dec.2ii b:d ; iUyac,..
Hry Tory dull; tSO
Lead Vety 5s.k; reiaed. rbsraically herd, tl Co,
Butter DuH: creamery. 2426; dfiiry, liV..
Wbikcy Klrmjfil li
Hjovisions QvSet and tTcadr.
Hctk Steady; 55 S7H-
Lard $3 15.
Beeelpts Floor. 4000; wheat, 23,000; cots. 37.000
oats. 16,000; rye. JJXXk barley. 10,000.
Shipment Floor. 6.U0O; wheat, 9,000; corn, 21,000
oati, 2,000; rye, tOOO; barley. lOWW.
Kansas City Ure Stock.
KAtas Crrr, October 21.
Cattle Receipt. 2,121; shipments, cone; best
quality aU e!as acsivc and Etrong; common slow
and weak; good to choice 4 1091 Gu; common to
medium $3 SG31 00 : stockcrs. $2 252 75: feeder.
J3 m2 W: cows, 1 532 00-, grass range steers. $2 25
Hogs Receipts, 10.936: shipments 975; opened
steady then declined 10, closing weak; good to
choice, &4C01 13; common to medium, f3 506t3 X.
Sheep Recelpts72t; shlpments.none; steady: good
to choice, $2 3s&3 or. common to medium, 91 S0&2 23.
St. Louis I Jve Stock.
St. Lorrs. October 21.
Cattle Receipts. 2.700; Kldpmenw, 1S.?; market
shade stronger; fair to choice natives shippers.
83 10A4 80: butchers steers. $3(tti 10; feeding steers,
fair to goo ti )to S3 00: Texans, $2 a3 60.
Hogs Kecelpta. 10W); shipments, 00; market opened
weak at about yesterday's clo5e; choice heavy and
butchers selections 84 VXH 3, pjxkcrs fair to best,
3 904 29; yorkeru, f air tochoice $4 05O4 S3; pis, 5 2
Sheep Receipts, 2200: shipments. 1700: active
and nrm at nnchansed prices; strong demand for
feeders; common to choice extra. SCg3 90-
Ghleajro Uto Stock.
Chicago. October 20.
Cattle RecelptstoOCO; shipments, 2000; market foa
Rmooth'Xat beevc3 steady; others lower: shipping
bteera $J roes ; stockers and feeders 2 .-! Gi;
cows, bulls and mixed. 81 5083 10 bulk S2 252 CO;
through Texa cattle steady; cows. 82 25S2 65; Fteers
S2 70M3 30. western rangers and half breeds, $3 00
4 tXh wintered Texans, $3 000 83 40;
Hogs Receipts. 2I.WJ0; hhlpments; 11.000; market
rough nnd mixed. $3 CO-34 20, packing and ship
ping, 4 tt,'$l 45; light- 53UJS42V; SKips.-V(35-S4o
Kansas City, Oct. 20. The gentro!
Christian raissiouary convention which has
charge of the home mission church exten
sion nnd ministerial relief interests hegan
this morning, General F. M. Drake, of
Iowa, presiding. After the appointment
of the usual committees the president de
livered his address, a brief survey of the
rapid growth of the Christian-church. The
rcporffor the past year shows the society
had contributed to the Support of thirt--two
ministers, iutsen of whom were em
ployed in missionary work, sixteen in evan
gelistic work west and south. The reports
from these missionaries show total acces
sions of 1..H!). lo the number of churches
organized 19, aud repents from state organ
izations, number of Recessions G.3S3, num
ber of churches organized 02, amount rais
ed for home misaions '.)7,c5GS. Fiuancial
statement, balance in the treasury 082.
Next was tho presentation of a report
from the committee appointed to visit the
tri-aimual meeting of the association for
Free Baptist churches, held last week at
Marion, Ohio. The committee reported a
most cordial reception and the adoption of
resolutions reciprocating the sentiments ex
pressed in favor of closer and more fra
ternal relations between the two churches.
A corresponding committee was appointed
by the Baptist association to attend the
Christian convention next year and present
greeting. The reading of the report was
received with hearty applause, and the
committee was instructed to confer with
the committee of the Baptist association
and report what step3 should bo taken in
bringing the two bodies in closer co
operation. At 2 p. jii, the Foreign Christian Mis
sionary society was called to order by the
president, Isaac Erratt, of Cincinnati.
After appointment of the usual committees,
the ropoi t of the board was received. This
society supports thirty-two missionaries at
twenty-four stations distributed through
Japan, China, India, Armenia, Turkey.
France, Dcnmaik and England. The re
ceipts for the year are Clf5oG; disbur-.-ments,
G3,993, of which sum ij2,153 was
invested iu securities. The expenditure
now amounts to about 03,000 per month.
More money has been received and disburs
ed thau in any previous year. The out
look never was u'j promising as now. So
(ev A. J. Ilobbs of Louis; ille, deliver
ed the annual address for the General
Christian Missionary convention this even-
Chicago, Oct. 20. The general conven
tion of the Protestant Episcopal church
listened today to a report by the committee
on the state of the church on the proposi
tion for an organic union of Christendom.
The report recommends the appointment
of a joint committee of lifteeu to opcu
communication with the various other
Christian bodies to ascertain whether there
is a disposition among them for a union on
the basis of the aspostolic creed: breaking
of bread and prayer, anil also to ascertain
what benefit in their view would result to
Christendom from such union. Dr. Hop
kins submitted a minority report urging
tho promulgation of a definite, distinct
plan to be submitted to other Christian
bodies to speedily accomplish a union. The
report were placed on the calendar.
The special committee submitted a re
port recommending that the next general
convention be held m New lork. Keport
adopted. The convention resumed con
sideration of the question of missionary
work among the colored people of the
United Stales. Discussion was taken up
by Speed, of Mississippi: The work
sfioiild begin with colored children;
through them was the hope of carrying ou
the work of evangelization with success.
Xew Hates, Conn., Oct. 20. The
American -Missionary association continued
its meeting this morning. The session was
occupied by the consideration of the
southern turn Chinese wonc. Mv. Unas.
II. Kyder, superintendent of education nnd
church work in the south, made, life report
and discussed tho relation of the school to
The next meeting of the cssociation will
be held ia Portland, Me.
Missouri Knights of Pythias.
Kaxsas Crrr, Oct. 20. The grand lodge
of Knights of Pythias rn&dc good progress
in routine work 'this morning. The prize
drill of the uniform rank took place this
afternoon at Athletic park, in wliich five
commiuuleries participated, riz: From
Hannibal, Boonvilie. Sedalia, Nevada, and
Kunvis City. The Coeur de Leon dlvi-dnn
of TIannibal, won the silken banner and
prize of 2o0. St. Elmo of Boonvilie. won
the $150 prize, and Xcvada 75. Kansas
City scored second, but did not compete
for the money prires.
Commander Price of Hannibal, carried
off the commander's medal.
In the band contest tonight, Kp-nsas City
Xo. 2 was awarded the prize.
Philadelphia. Oct. 20 The annual
encampment of tin? commandery in chief
of the military order of tha Loral Legion
commenced here today. ex-Prcsidcnt
IJutherfr.rd B. Hays presiding. It devolves
upon this session to elect a successor of
Lientenant-Gencnd Phil H. Sheridan was
elected comrnsndcr-in-chief to fill the va
cancy caused by the death of Majcr-Geii-eml
Hancock. The nomination of General
Sheridan was made by Major SchoSeld and
seconded by I?. B. Hays.
PerraaHcnt Arbitrator Elected.
Chicago, Oct. 20. At the general pas
senger agents' rr.cstingci the Central Traf
fic a-rscciatinn today AV. B. Shattuek,
present t:eral passenger agent of the O.
fc M- railway, we ch-vn permanent arbi
trator for the association, vice TT. II. "Wil
son, resignc-d. Shaltuck is also mentioned
a? the coming crommisjloncr of the new
The Haddock Murderers.
DesMoixes, Oct. 20. At a late hour to
night confessions of two more men concern
ed in the Haddock murder at Sioux City
were made public. They are Albert
Kosconiski, known as Bismarck, and Otto
Greber. "Bismarck" was captured in San
Francisco and brought here. He made
confession to the governor and attorney
general last week, which has been kept
secret until now. He corroberates the
confession of Leavett already made, and
he said Henry Peters and Arcnsdorf
the brewer, shoot Haddock. He impli
cates one Trieber, a saloon keeper at Sioux
City, as the principal instigator of the plot
to attack Haddock. Bismarck said he was
forced to leave town and was paid $200 to
Grebet, another eye witness to the mur
der, he implicates one Sylvester Gauder,
known as Steamboat Charlie, as directly
connected with the crime.
The police are searching for Gauder, the
two confessions showing that murder was
instigated by saloonists and cairied out by
them. It has caused great excitement.
So-gaseous St. Louis.
St. Louis, Oct. 20. Sometime ago the
most prominent merchants of this city de
cided to determine whether or not there
were evidences of natural gas in this vicin
ity, with the end in view of forming a com
pany to supply manufactories in this city
with that kind of fuel. Isaac S. Wise,
professor of chemistry in the state univer
sity of "West Virginia locator of the Wheel
ing well and connected witli the United
States geological commission, was employ
ed to make "investigation. Wise reported
today that evidences pointed .strongly to
the existence of natural gas in certain parts
of St. Claire county, and advises that a
prospectivecompanycommcr.ee boring at
once. Twenty-live per cent, of tho sub
scribed stot k has been called in and nego
tiations in piogress for the purchase of
land. CJre.'it interest is taken among man
ufacturers here in the plan.
Chicago, Oct. 20. At the session of the
National Couucil of the Congregational
church today the committee onihe educa
tional question submitted a series of resolu
tions expressing strong approval of and
pledging support to the present system of
public schools in this country. The report
and resolution were adopted. Kov. Dr.
Rice, of Dan vers. Mass., offered a resolu
tion asking for the proper observance of the
Dr. Xylilo delivered an eloquent closiutr
address, dwelling particularly upon the fact
of unitv hit-ii had characterized all the
The convention adjourned sine die.
LocroViLi.K, Ky., Oct. 20. The na
tional association for the advancement of
women begun its session here today a ith a
good attendance. Miv. Julia ard I lowc
presided, with Mrs. Ella Lapman secre
tary. The morning session was devot:-d to
the reading of the annual reports of officers,
and in the afternoon Mrs. Julia Ward
Howe of Rhode Island, delivered iter an
nual address. Addresses were al-o deliver
ed by Mrs. Emma Haddock, of Iowa, on
"Women as Land owners hi the Wo3t;"
Miss Ellen M. Folsom, of Macs.. on "The
Association of Collegiate Alumni."
A Supposed Murder.
IvA-Nd.vsCiTV, Oct. 20. Toha V :nS; udt
was once fouud guilty iu tlii." ccunty for
murder. The supreme court granted a
new trial, and he was sent up for six
months. lieccctly VanSuiidt returned
here aud worked for a fanner near Inde
pendence. Last week lie disappeared and
body was found in ji ravine and his head
cut. The ground bore evidence tluithe
had made a desnerate struggle for life. It
in supposed he wars killed by friends of
Armstrong, the man lie murdered.
The Tilden Will I-roliatcd.
Whitk Plains, K Y., Oct. 20. The
will of the late Samuel J. Tilden was ad
mitted to probate this morning iu the sur
rogate court here without opposition.
Me&-sr. Andrew If. Green, John Bigtlow
and George W. Smith, executor and trus
tcc3, immediately qualified as such.
Western Union Olllcer-j Elected.
New Yoi'.tc. Oct. 20. Western Union
directors at their meeting today re elected
the old officers and executive committee;
but the vacancy caused by the "death of
Harrison Durkce, second vice president,
Ball and Bat.
Chic c.o, Oct. 0. Thu third game in
the content for the World's championship
was played this afternoon before an audi
ence of G,000. The game was hard fought
from first to last. Score:
1 2 3 4 3 G 7 S
Chicago 2 0 0 112 3 211
St. Louis 0 1 0 u 0 2 0 1 4
Jay Gould and Party.
Sehalta. Mo. Oct. 20. Jay Gould :nd
party arrived here about noon today, and
after a brief stay in v.hicii he had an
interview with prominent citizen.", left for
Memphis via Clinton and Springfield.
LuxiXGTCor, Ky.. Oct. 20. Winners:
Dolly Swim, Terra Cotta, Highilight aud
For Eargalns in
E. H. DEVORE & CO.
Noble Eiocfc, 402 Douglas Ave.
Ready Money. Low Rates.
INTEREST PAID IN WICHITA.
PjUTSXaS GITZX TO TAY OFT EC I1&TMZ7XT2.
Chattel St Personal Loans a Specialty
G. A, HATFJELD & CO.,
osvmiieTtxxd!. Vihita, Kan$.
New Items Added
GRID mm SALE ! !
Special Attention to
fen s, I
Also mv Pants
partment is again well stocked
withNew ancLtLanasome pat
terns. Every article that has
"been sold at these remarka
bly low prices can "be duplicated.
One Priee Clothier, 228 Douglas Ave.
I. GBOSS, Prop.
PAUL - J0NE& - Dramst
) " (TT
222 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kan
Druggist and Grocers
First Block west of Tremont House
Plymell & Leighton's Stage Line.
. il rT.o i
vi c-v" a
fr -vr -
Spruce!.! ft. -wcr-jv. C-nicr
AI.I. A 110 AUD
r.trrPT5 for I'.psA Cfn:r, IUtU&r'!t. Wt nlR5,
llBrtlUa. Fsrrr PprJrcntawt" pam in tfomxh
wt-r.tcrn KflUa.. hHI h Haw cltil
tWriaey IflT griC Tia
11ndlma7ter t fSranrraa ad 0riW-ii ttt'. lUilh
ilS and nltfht initai ww rtop ateACti ef
A Classical and Scientific SchGo! for
Trux-orsz: for the vcbool tkab
Hdoiay, SspteaSs 611, 1386
Po. j. W. .iayW.
Rev. J. D. Hewitt.
ily Immense Stocic of
s - an - uniaiei
and Suit De
KIP & BROADDUS.
Real -:- Estate -:- k
AND CIVIL ENGINEFRS.
OrTfCTK-FfititlrPAt tvrnrr Ivu'gli anil TortkA
HTi'i, la Kaiuu t'criiliurv IV Inikilii.
J. P. ALLEN,
Everything Kept in a First-Glass
ri ii ii n
7litrwal an 1 Ittft!l IhvAeri In
Colorado & Pennsylvania Anthracite.
ArJ all ktnj- tsZ
Canon City, Trinidad and
Osage City, Blowburg,
Pa., Piedmont, VY. Va
McAWistor, Fort Scott,
Cherokee, Rich Hiif
and PitUburg Coal
Urns, P1atUr, Gcsient, BWc!t, S-dc-vlk
and Buifditvg Siono.
j.j.ioafyrrr. k d -
Drs. Hall & Bennett
QVKf.''ViTiX.xyh f-t.UK. IU V XXUi ST.
CjnSln to tvtjrr:milj Urtl til '4wr tg ts.
Vt '- nrt 'Ut irTrtJ ifbrUr: tthi fcM s ti
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