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SBBte Wii chitu 33aiXtj gagXje : mXcxtuescTaij fgtoinxiiHj, goocmfccr 3, V886.
. ii.-7t'.crt-ntsJn tills column v. ill be charsed "cr
,t i" v ru.e . f 1 i'e Cents rcr line per -,re!t. Xo rul-
n-i'-ni-B'stiKiiiuriess man -j cents, arm vw.i
, it 'nrrtc until JW lor.
V AI.TED Partner in tlw grocery
T t-aiau capital requires;
Address A. B. liagle ofilce.
AxrTFT A "vm1 ?ir fnr inprl ho"JPVTort-:
T email family. Aynly at ttn Waco St. U-J-fit
rAXTED The ladie3 of "Wichita to know that
thiirM'ihnv.,'lliiir rii-csses ami baSU'lCS rai.de
at 43) X 21? in street; cutting ant! fitting for larce aa.I
Miifcllatreasonah'.e pnce. Call or address X-, c
K.W. Orders receive prompt attention. KMt'
TTrAKTED A competent girl to do creeril honso-
V work Inn small family. Mrs. H. U l'ec. 104,
n Topeka. ui 5
"VTTANTKL' Uramarrarid wire vrithoct iactiin
V t brr-nce. a situation In tfeo tity; nllllag to make
themselves useful in any capacity. Jlot.'i ha p a bus
iness qtrUitv; not arr.ild ot vox Address iian an-l
w Ife. tidb odce. jji.iiw
TTTAXTCD A nfecly turnl-W-.l room hy tvvv
r vouns men near the comer of the c.ty. Adrtros
H. L. fc'., this office. 21. "
TrTAXTKD-A yonnp girl to w JKLf
V keapiue in family of tvvc .and MMl j
baby. Applv at once at 822 N Topfia?- '--
-TTrA.NTFD-Rirl for general Lwscwork. Ca at
V 2M N Topeka. I- C. " -"" 1"u
-r--r'rrrnTvo lady roommate; for further In
W foVraat ion enquire at 1 i N Toi-eka. also voilhl
MVfa$hSAl carpet If caainats tenxaxo
iTiOUSALK-Lots in aiortou TVollmanJa addition in
F1 th" norm part ox uif ciij . "-:,. " . -'.
irhcoVanUtli- This Is a splendid opportunity for
neonle wish limited means to procure a home. lor
5 ly iiorton Wallman Co., 13S S 3TsLu VAX
XTT K'.nW Parties wanting hornet to Lu;.- 2--.ls In
V Jlorton Wal.man's addition. There lotsr.-? l.i
tno north part or the ci:y. lrras 5S c'i: h.laaco
uavabie 35 a mouth. For le by ilorlon Walltaau t
&)'. 133 ilain . l-ot
-YTTAXTEU Immed'.ateiy. salesmen to rdl nursery
V V ?. Addres u. 1'. lULler. Belle Wiluc. Kau.
TT7" ANTED The rca'l'T 10 sea peters for live t:r
Y sale at l'air Krounds. V.'.-.lnes'Jay, Nov. W lb.So.
to )e glvon y th" larmers of Fdjr.virk counti . Kor
lnrormatlou see Phil: or J ilr Fasts. i Ilain street.
"TTTAXTED ITirt'cs locklBt for an r,reuliU' in iry
V KOji- or hardware Js!aRS f call at 7-il Oa!:
b'-rcct- ' dU0i
T;TANTnn A ouns man in dry s!s More, ojo
wlUi ezp-sricure preferred. Call a: JSi Nrtfi
TASTKD A few Urbt-class boarders, a: v 12 North
.iaraci;reri. .-.. ...
--tt-aNTEO i:veryboly in the city '" visit tl.c
V WOMijpdiery and get ih bet $5 cabinet protos
Jn iho city. ttl'''l',
TTrvNTED Mr". A. SI. Kord. H South Msdn -r.
V ib? the Indies of Wichita to kuo" tUat this
do'ffiriidounbledrc-s and eloafe mttii and malt
In?. aBdsivK!scjiiata-ntion to thu dwlcT'i f be
5JT"AJTKD '-our rompetrot 1ki'(" maJcerj, im-
V met lately, at Munsun a McNaaiara's dre'-.-
iuiUinc; depamncnt. i-6-
TtTANTED 1 farm liandii at SIS per nioth" J It.
U Keaworthy, 50h Doui;la.-,ac. 1. a
-VTTANTEU Position bvit youc jjumof 2lnany
V olltce or btislues hoit, or ou'.-.iacorlc; v!
Unjr u dj envthin- ;fc..t -ktIH lay byin,' cvutnses.
Caa kop Ikj k- aad give best or reference. . -liiress
J. It. Ha&U: onlcc " "-t:
TTTANTED Ariod printer 1 take charge of a
S uuilliobatMl m-Wr paper office. Addrei vdttt
l-ecominen lati.as. H. K. Sv-n. Ha!tVie.d. Iv.ui. lwi."
7ATE0 - zood j;Jrl to do oncnil hoUS.--k.
"AVTED A nur,e rL-1 abyut 16 year of ase. 151
u Hatn titrect. 1 i '- '
--vr.VNTED-3Taii aad wife, no children; wife must
beasMicKkcndpoo(I worker; waSB no cb
ject to the lllit jKirtv; splendid home; e'rythiiis lo
make one happy. J. It. Kenworthy. US Douglas aie.
I ".' Ct
"TT7"A:iTKD A sood .salesman In se::ts furnish ins
? gotis t.tore. ijlnJIain. IU-ct
TJiD 3Ien ".vishin srornl positloni oa rail
road cd!i at 151 ii Slain. 14; tt
TTr ANTED A S'Md colored plrl Tor sener-1 isork.
t ir.i n Jia:u. H -
VfANTED Mercliantj.. i-ontractors and hoU'O
wlfe ivishinj: help to cull at 15! n ilain. 1-JJ bt
"TTTAVTKD T- w Inter. I have two jvraies T v. ill
YY lt ".oine stood unit have for G months- Wlilie
"VXANTFJ 3 tfrnn"! and driver.? to ship to Ft rt
hinith-fornillioad work. V.'ajresEood-.fieeiiass
to the work. J.-IS. Ker.wortiiy. Mi Douglai ave. 14.'-u
iVTr.n- a situation bv nrouiiz man 21 years
:' 1-? aire: has a "ikk. edctation, vccoil habit., etc; !
re:uly -wlih the inn aad carries kkxI rtft rei.ee. ai cl
lti;ulnra to lli cum oz worK. A'iirv-
Cha--. ilammond. Leon, Ivan.
"iiTANTED Tlio services of an esperlfarcd nurse
VY can be secured bvcalllus atA s Market st or
addrcsliiK lnct b-s 17. C tin refer to b-st phyv.riatis
and Hrvt ela-s fsmilie", Iteferente reriuirvd from
partius unknown. Sirs. M. J. Iteiton. 14i-"t
7"NTKD lmi'ii to ship to Oklahoma Tuesday
t lauri.insr. cot water, ctkx! v.-ai. t-cod warm
w Inter oiiKrters: freo rass to ihe v.o:k.
worthy. CC- Dcujjias a niie.
"TTrANTKD-Woniaii to ro to house and do wa-di-Y
lntf'. Call ctJils Water st. Mvtt
nrANTED-lxirders. Be-.t of board at ll' .suth
V Wuttiat. li2-
"TATANTEP Fonrhvlv caBaswrs: mataer will
? Cdllat home and -huw work to be done. Also
l.tdles to take voi k home; jjooil lay. Address A. A.
Harding, liellar olock. room 7. I J t
fTTANTED Some pxnl rr.cn who wl!l work hi;rd
atoiIeltiuc;satirvoroinmU'ion. Address T.
"TTTANTED S brldiTC carp;ntciv. gi50ier day;o
mule tlrlvers. S wr month nnd bonrd;5 men
to work on idh-driver ti fro--oiith; frecics.sto the
...A.. T 1, L'm,imWkv XiO r,. ,. Ind .,.- 114.t
IC1. '. A,. 1CUVHit;n'Vl'tMwii'v. --- -
"T"7ANTEi A Ilrst class i-liocmaker: sober mm:
no otner need apply. McNaughten ."cililcs.lii
w Douglas a-e. Hi
"T7"ANTED SitURtlaii a first cook In a so- -d hotel j
or ichtsurant. Enouire ct mwsc end Vntnil
ave. or sead address throu.li 1. O. huraU F Hllltinl.
T"ANTE1) Coiiiiiejent Rirl for central liousework.
Kliomre at lr. 1 uney s itswucu
roaee ae, 2 blocks north 01 0k st.
7" ANTED A llr
daahcook at tJ N. Water st
-ilXAn'ED T-.'o ir three cool Insa ranee soueiiors
V i.tnee. A Kod thlujc lor tre light men. In
nulvdf Uubbartl.t Iicywtmd. room S up stair No.
YTT VNTK1 E enbody to ko to C. UXHIanl for
V 'and, oH or fllUuif. Will tk lare or Miiall
coutrocSs for ltUlnj; aa.1 gnhliac In the city. HO-u
x AT ANTED A pixxl iniica cow. Call at :."; N Mtla. I
Y Jik. S. Coziuc U"J i
Address. L. 3L Kcnderson. room 1, 2 Mclu
TTrANTED-A girl I J family of two persons. Di-
quire at i Qwwt Third street. lRi-Kt
"VTTANTED A Kvod slri for cmer.d house work. Ap-
Y ply at one-; to 5t2 K. VtliLinw st. 1H t
7"AN fED-A cood siftady sirl to do soneral houo
VT.r. iCIlilin Zl. Oi3 . acu su Cliwtl .utiii...
- 1 'Lk,
"VirANTED Tu plaits lons on long time on farms
V or business bl.cks ei ou short time or chattel
or real ctatse nrity: ratii low and prompt atten
uau. Ashbel Welch, Ksie bkK-k. ia-;.t
"VVTANTED luvestors and scuhitors to know ?11
about the Wk'hlta Uardons. Inquire of AsM!
Welch. Eaele Id xk. l- -t
TTTANED Two r xhrve ifo-1 lrimnc solicitors
YototKV. A j? --oi thing fiClheru-h: ictn. lu-i
oulrtof Hubinanl js Haywood, riiom 3 up sturs No.
V.-I..S .rti.tir'll I
Ward & Courtmsy. n!lnad coetractors.
rrvNTEI)-Fire Inswrsac. We eorry sevx-n tire
l' . r :tCT .im mul r.s itrfinuKl inirv
!--.. u-fawU H-ies of Insiiraire as k-w rstw. oar
cSrordsS preUnt an r tcRat .f millions of
dcSkli clpiWl. liublni Keywood. v w -up
sh in. Hi Sirdn t. l9'v-
i' ,ZZ. r t h .s,!tiMm Kwsa raitroa4. M ;flv
to J. H. Hampson. rwlbvad contractor. ti.i. lm -
X,TANTnTvTne Wichita Ganlaar bootep. ar
Y w doat wat ya to ces ktt. f9'Jff
principal real estate aealexs or oi ABibel ,iJ
WANTF.D-We waat yon to kao' that y a .
interest re-4iiiras vou to Invert In tt w '?? i
Garvltsas ixforo the ince oe !. AsaocI .!
KoBlebk. . ISygt
YrT'VNTnD To iasare to--nus la sl ciasees of life i
V V aieali-'st acciaents. Our tifaui crv es c Jarpe week-1
lv- ladcmLlty to persons wjseurg with ec-iieat from 1
nay cause, tiuouaru u Horwood, nx :; up siiir.
-TTTAXTED Ladte and pat!enien to knovr fist J
1 students at tlie sjijiivsJem fccsjoas cl!ee;
are instrnc:.-.! privately at their deck's, thus avold'ng '
all i-mOarru.-s'uer.t. l"no-M run attend the day or i
evening sesjha lta tijurd lulvanrages. lS-tf i
IS 'ipeU OCIllU-. wuns it'll lllIC ill I, VSlllaj
tilled. Cocvcalvut to lxistofdte. No. 151 NorUi JUm
S'tvpl. li! lm
117" ANTED .V good arfrf ror family of three; 1J2 N
Lmparla ave. . L. iratt. tij tf
A:TrrvTo Ivw ttnob citOe of rdl
ilnds. J. A,
V E-hner. at Kore and H1J0 3Iarke
TPn Tiirmwr.rs frT mr.r.r vr we claCO money
V t.tiwimmrFiif.iii! kinds of diattel se
curity loansTaiid als-3 on second roortsares on rarmj.
Wichita IfexsklEg Co., No. US West DousUis ave. S7-tr
TTANTED-To loanSW.WO on business blocks and
' residence property, within the next JftX
dars. lCansa3 Loan and Investment company titx
TTT-KD-To loan at owest rates, BlWoncity
YY and farm property. Money ready any .daj.
5. W. Cooper. 137 Main r. atr
1 TTT-n TVtotceeccrs and business men to
TV iSStuat tteNattonal Acconatauts' Unreau
offers ,.a?ri!d facCItiw 'ftogJS.
flrst-las3 men and wom"Ji fnfvno vnt
.ct-a-Ti arif" aeeouiitants. Buslnee men wao v.ant
ciVnt'n an.lcp7;rt bookkeepers who can Rive
tl"ren'rcnces"mid want situations, would do
Tmi!v-.U'i.-u- office for the state oflvansas
r-hv ki'ST riiralsUed tooms ct 155 N Topeka
JL? avenue. i-ti,
-r"Xjli. KENT A fcir?etwo.story house of 7 rooms.
li o. tasTojwia-i'.fBooil c-llar. barn and cosd
hoiis"'." J'rice sii r-er month. Call on J. E. Hum
phrev c. San, l-aste block, Wichita. lU-tf
TyOP. EKN T Ono aieo furni-hed room for two with
Jj iKiard. Enquire at 4SJ N Topeka ave. Iil-Ct
7'OIt I'.ENT Two lirst class ftoro reosii Apply to
j Hardy Solomon, U.'7 Douglas ave. a4tf
T7A0I1 RENT A ucat home, S2D North Market st.
? 4 room3. cellar, nice yard and convenient out
buildings. It. Matthews, Pi3 Jlaln v..
"770:1 RENT One lirge nicely f uraULcd front room,
X? withp--rdi hi frot, bav vImlow on south; ts la
best locality, less than two blocks from Douglas aic.
Inquire at j KnitjorLi afe. Eoanl furnished.
y"0!l RENT One nicely t uralshed room with bath
j? room attached. References required. Call at
21G North Topeka avenue. dliS-tl4-
TTOR RENT An elegantly. funrned room to tent
JL to two it vouus meii with privilege of bath
room, cheap: also, an unfurnished room for office cr
bed room. Call at 151, North iiatn street ui5tairs.
T-tf)R RENT Thrco room house; 5 room house, and
J a 1 room hou. lliller & Shepnard, T01 East Oak
IVOR RENT Pleasant furnished room? to sinf;!e
Jj gentlemen, at 4$) South jlarkct st. dI4" Ot
T710R RENT Two furnished rooms at M-l Ji Topeka
.t! ave. EuquiieoathiTomlse. 1:2-Cr
"S70R RENT A nicely furnished room at : SLaw
j' rente ac. " 142-ot"
17 ii RENT One or two pleasant furnished rooms
JJ forrentati;oid.ta.'e.ucare.)r. DonIa.?. H2ot-r
TJV'li RENT Nlerlv funiislicl rm over bank of
V V icnita salt.-ibif for .t or 4 gentlemen; irasonable
rat.v. Apply at i'lDoapins ave. 112-tftt
TTIOR RENT Fu.nlshed rooms by the day or week. I
Ir.riuiro at f.ir. l.st Douglas avenue, room 1 up j
stairs orat 118 tWst Douslas. room , oer i'etnes
clothius store. Jin. J. 21. Skvjer. dl ":-lmf
T70U RENT To one or two frentleme.i. I would sa
X. 'I haiesomo very pi a ant and nicely fumi-hed
rooms thct I will r.it at reasonable rabjs. Thoe
who are wthlns roozvi may call at Hr2! n Fourth
Troy. LENT A Wellington. Kan. brick store room,
' civ. ."-evenUi and Wa.-,hinKton ae, opposite Phil
lips h us". This isone of the tnclpid business cor
ner, in Welliiitcn-.nvo story brick, plate filas-s front
and a well llchud bust-ment; suitable for any busi
ness Enquire of '. H. htan'ellx.ch. Wclliupton.
Kan., or N.Mone St. Joseph. 2do. 117-tf
7HR SALE Four lots in Fo-d's Se.-oud addition
X' Rt a aaerltlce. Must be sold this week. Good lo
cation, south and east front, ftteet ciirj within two
blocks. A barjrai.1 for tom--ooiiy. Inquire at lit
North Main siret-t. dliJ fit
J7"0R SALS Re-taurant and lr.neh room do'nir a
' livl:i bnlnes.; ceutr.d location. No. 2iJ E Dou
las avenue- Will reserve refrigerator and stove and
sell at a bargain if sold bdforo Monday ulsht: rent
ixitd 21 daj s ia ad vance. 1 12-Ct f
170KSAU: S2.-OJ will bur o splendid b nine-is lots
1 onwe-t Dn'.iel.".-. ave. Jucetloii Town addition.
T!J.s j.npurty is lirai I to bo valuible at a very early
date but mustbasoM at once. Terms easy or tea
Percent off for cash. Don't let this opportunity
slip you. Address J W. P., rh! ofllce. I2tf
"J70RSALE Oood btnlness for lady or KPiitlemaa
"!- . A ."".' rt ft!, -i... tlXl.t.
urc-s o. i. Liuiiiju, cii
fT'ORSAI.E A portable boiler aud engine of ten
Lj liorse power In good running o"dcr. lUinnlro at
Vlchita iuesar work.", cyr. Topeka and Kellozc st.
Trd'. SLE On north Main. 2 lots between Tenth
I1 :tmUle-.tnth:tl.ftW;purttime;a snap. Taylor.':
Taylor, room l.-SOi Main st. Ill tf
"07OR FALE-Cholce Co'.ii-se Hill Vi acre lot at a
L- b.ircr.dn for a few daj-. only at S7.V2. Adjoining
lots sell for inure titan d mble. Do not m!-s to secure
su"h an eli-irmt i:(.mo, by J.Kauf man, at liallty Tiros,
i: Co., 110 -S Market st. l'.O-Ct
il'OP. K..IX Special barjtaln re-taurant and boar.l
. hit: h'.iise iloiait a plendld business-. llrst-Uabs
cutom and as goHl 1 rices as any wiiere in tho city,
luiiuhc at 2"Jl Douglas ave. &lcki:e& cause of sell
57OR SALE Earl cr shop and bath rooms. Inquire
1? J. J. Mcl'hee, Itunuew ell, Kan. 1 ttHit
"T7OR SAI L Cillard .luill-whole or half Piterest
j1 only one in town of 1.X inhabitants. V. ill sell
cheap rf tasca soon. Reason for sollins. KO-'aa west.
J. L. W. V.ooil, Clearwater, Kan.
TrTdl SAIE We have fcr sale.". choice nev stock
1 ofhanlware. Will ell or trade for pood farm
prcipoitv. or choice propel ty In Wichita. Bunnell ,'c
1POR SAt 50 line farms lu the vicinity of Gyl
1 dard, i-cdgvvlck county. Kau. ITIces r:iUKinjt from
Si.", to 5-i". is.T acre. Conve.vince free. Fester .t
Sutherhmd, real estate i.nd loan aseuu, Goddard.
"J70RSALE The garden spot of the world, other
s' irlv.. tnmvri as tin- Wieiiita Ganlens. For infor-
:inplv to the i)-mcital real estate dealer.!, or
1 Welch. Eaide block. 15M.t
"77ORSAIJ1 2W or in acres lots in the Wichita Gar
JL? ileit oti Wasili.iTtou aveuue. nor.h of th city, by
th. prim-iii.il itai cst-to dealers or Ashbel Welch,
Ikm-le bhK'k. 1 l"-'t
i'OR SALE Ca'l at once while the prices are low.
no bvtter barcains can be lud than in tho Wichita
(aniens. As'dx-l Welch, Eagle blocfc. lSi-12t
1701: SALE ICenneily house, corner Do'ilai and
J.'' Fourth i.venuea. rurultiro and hxtures anti all
that 1 teions to toe house. .T.tA One of the be it loca
tions In the dtv.al-o. a lease until the 1-: of Mtj.
Applv at 113 So ath Fourth av enae. dlS.-tf
tOP. SALE lJfixl) ft, cer. l;ne awl Emp.-ri.-i,
Jj price 51 n. Tvroae.v8nxm tivo,torv houe.
clest ts. cellBrs, virnlks, feiics. fWs on Emporia, be
1 ween Pine aud Oak sts, p-lce S:,77) each: sTtj feet
on Uiwrvnce r.vc east frmit. well Improved, will
11 2i, T,Li. or 7Sj fivt, pr'ee S0 per iror.t ftot. 7
if tom bouse on T. p. sj e.v e .'o. fi. ljetn e.i Um and
1'me sts, sood cellar, closets, water acd -!.", niw
hviiiic, leuct-sautl viaEcs, price &t,lA. A -Ix room
houe on Topoka ave. betweeaKim and Pine, No.
S2i5. ceil ir, bath rrk.m. closets, water and khs, ail ne'v
price $l.u A five room house, cellar. c!otts. bath
Rum!, w .iter. i. fcnc.- i.Hd v alks. No. t'. 1 ot-eka
ave. between i.lm and Pine sis. price S3.--'- ! lots
oaUuftlii ave. Riverside add, cast trms. beiwe.si:
j-i-anklln and Aml-evrs av.sj. price $' lHr Ijt. t
room house. 4 ci.sets, small ban:. No. 72) east Oak
st. price Sl,7i.. 5 room house on N 4th ave. 3 closets,
celfar, cisterii. No. 1 fit, price $' -'J. : room house. 4
closets, cellar, on N Water st. No. T2S. prt-o 52.tJ.
F01 term an J information call onA. Smith, corner
Main aud Third st.s. lTIStt
"1 1 0R SA7d-L'a.s'. furniture aid fixtures- of a me
J1 ilhmi blzed liotel. in a live crowing town, whh 2
railroads. vriU be so'd at sacrifice; b.t of reasons
for selling. Adi'is.'Ss Iwjx b7 Kuislt- . Kan. 1 S Itt
T70R r-WLE-Maercfland within two I.W-.S of
; Malr st. of Vw vM;nty seat of iaitler ei.unry.Kan.;
w.juW tak . -hird In trade. Address i". o. iox
H-iZ, EIDora'io, tan. lCS-12tt
"TTOR SALE A jrent? family horse nnd iHigg) : jtart
A? cash aad la-taUmeu;s. Call at Ci n Fourth ave.
mSil.E V tmrcEln .slrtprn It's nn Wnm. Ikc
1 tvT-een Eleventh and Twclfihsts. Taylor A" Tay
lor. 2X N Mclr. sc 14-Ut
TT'OR SALE A w ell improved farm cer the city;
5 one hundred and ixty aires; a special banralp
l-r a few de. Cell at Hardy caoicmos's roI iae
office. SJ7 Douslas ave. i..S-t
"7;-ORb.U.r.-One JandrHl al fifty feet cc-. Third
L St. and Fourth Ave. at a l.ran for tkltty days.
John Stewart. l"Viru
TOR aIJ- 11D acre Jn-t out of the WtehlU Oar
A1 dMis. su. tabic fo. piarir.- la ctb csr E-ocre 1js.
The bst brRn any place adjo'.ates th dry. Sfwe
ialj1cefora few .my-. Faraum, Stmats & George,
Room 1. No 110 ilsdu .St. WTS lio
i "TT-OR SALE Fine farm nar tlu liope. UBpcwred.
, X acre good pkn.- huuL 4J aert-s pood Ur l&ad, 49
srrvs cwo-i pasture. Will -;e iacf timr mt pn and
xvid t.-.kt. b. trade horses or osuie. Inqt-i m pre
jcOotS nGi.s?. dliStf
l-ORSALE A P'VlsJ bsrgJn- U 3
t .: fruu-.i C. jey"s rtirk Ui one tr 5 ace low to it
parrfcaser. Terms Ubertd- i. K. HsnpiKy j- sec.
1 kuRfe- t-it-eg. 13t-rt
77RS.vj-.ae h'iP-L'vd feet trout with ;m 4
X: room if ." co Wae a.eBebeft.ejaliad
2d streets. For wrtas cs.il on J.E. Hcrajiar Soc,
Xas? bttsek. ai-
77OR SALS-WHl aeB wHS lease and Mmltiw M
X. to.-a t rk'a ble.-k tnr Putoce imrber aknp.
Applv- to Mrs iTa-KJuilfci. at Union block. 91-it
TTOR SALE CM papers, at tab office at caa; af
-T7.ORSALS-Ata breeriiac ieck, for ike as cf
X gl'jX. lav-Jre oc writ to Pfcjk Fe. jPsf
T7tORSALi;-s1iIc.ts in Kftarer s sd&Um. Thcc
Jl lo.sf vnt on Wah!cv-tou avetr8e smd vreM es
iiosUrv ;-enuC- sre eovwet! with aa-i t-att asl ..fcasJ
t pM."ii id vrfll ce sold ct: easy terms. Call oe Ear, r.-y
& il jsakcus. 50-tf
t!'.'5SaT.'K Xvstooirof crricarJes and owiKTriim
jt? a:.Uithny. tau.;niH sell far caA atn sak
-tn r..vTr for 41.X& IwillreBttotbet'iiniailMv.
lr.r. tliebcIMlar.vthli-hi5 J2 feet wlttt ?eda4ftr.
I. B. Forbes. Air5ionr, Kan. 4tf
-inT ; vrhean A Jlit clas-a Southern Kansas
llrlidliM to Kiowa and tack ta Kan
itsCi yl Sid all fencms. Call sooaat Commercial
Kotc ! w: Don2ias ave, ngarllatust. 14ti
-r-PSVLE-Civdcfdale and Norman etaJHon. at
enuo The atldcrslsxea Lavajusf rrlvcd iron.
Onto with 1 head of ldghbreil Clyde and :.crmau
colls ffl 6 to M months old and nr imw offered for
sa'-; at the above named sUJi-e. i a Ji-.tr c - t.jns
FairvJewad ult loa:
ran Joan s
T70P. E.VLE Some ct them'vt licslrablerceidenca
1n?i nn Tnnel-T. .-TKian. AordV to TilO AnlO-
Amcricaa Loan & Iirvestmest Co 117 East JDooghts 1
avenue. dl--tt 1
TTOR SALE Property in all parts of the city at all
JL' price. Apply to The Ani;lo-American Loan &
Investment Co., 117 East Douslas a" enue. d!4-j Ct
TT3K SALE Sorco cheap lots In West Wiehtca. j
JL' Apply to Tho.Vnglo-American Loan & Investment j
Co., 117 .East uougias avenue. hiwt.i
-TtORSALE Oak street property. Call ar.d seo u
JL! before Investins. Miller & Sheppard, '.Cil East
TPOTi. SALE. GccKt residence and business property j
.IT' in town of Clearwater; also a gocd tons near.
county Rfat of Comanche county; ivlll trade for Wich-1
lta cit v property. Inquire 121 N 3larket strcit. lliif j
TTOR S LE Wc ow n all of this prorerty and will
jL' sell any of It on small iayment iiara; baTance In
thre" or five rear?. AH of it h in town and in no
1kJ v's future Rrva; atlditton. 2 roam house and fa o
lotsj Wichita st; 5 room house and oaa lot. Water st.
north; :i room hoao and one lo Water ft, north;
5 room house and one lot, Water it, north; ! rjvmi
house aud one lot. Market street, north; -4 ship Ic lot .
north Market street. 3) ft front each ; lots No. ,. Ut.
141 Ji-S. 12i), 12?, li, J3S, North Water Et. arh .w it
front: low No. 2), it, i. Sd. .T, 12, C, ffi. 29, t). &. l-U.
Vlehita st; lots No. 71. Hi. Waco ave: lots No. I, o and
5, Sj ft front. Washington ave. Deam's add nu corner,
lots No. 2 and 4. Wabash ave. ivam's adi. crur:
lots No. 11. 13. 1". Thirteenth st. Hover's add: lots .o.
C, 8, 13 and 12. Fourth r.ve, Ormo ft I'hUllps' add: 1 t
No. 9T. Emporia ave, Orme ,t l'hlillp add. 1 or IUiI
information apply t Lew Deam or Harry Stewart,
. .- . , .-. -.. .i..n r Itoll mi
Jt-ndaynWit.OctXlth. The Under will 1 llbcr
.dlyrewanledby Uj7ias Cw same at the k?0.;
I "T OS1 A cold horse fhot! pin at tho oj era h-mse
! JSucdav nl?bt or bstween ope.-a houso and ihird
"st. Finder pltase retmTi to A. F. Rom Is cr Lsrad
i IJros. met
IOST A memorandum book containing ;i lot of
blils. The Under will plej-j lea e it at 2!J North
Mainsr. and claim their reward. 31. 0, Hill. liWt.
"TTICU'ND Taken up bv the undersigned three -'-year
X; old colts at the corner of Central ave, and Mill st.
it. v. v. uumpnrey. ni
T70R TRADE 32- rcrcs. Kinsman county; i ) acre?
JL1 In cultlvatloa, w.-'.l ami Iivlujt water, bulhiirjrs
worth $1,U. A s'-d lolv of land. Mortssjtc of
Sl.SO can be essuire I. Will trade for Wichita prop
crtv. Inquire or O-o. C. Strong. dlUlmo
T70R TILVDE A goo-I ncir carriav-e to trade for
J team. D.T.Dunbar. 142 St
"rrOR TRADE A first cla 3 hotel iip-ir Wlchlu. hav
j' Ins a s;ood business aud now l-entbis for SIS pit
month, to tra-lo lor a stock of goods or unencum
bered land. Ashbel Welch. Earfe block llJ-12t
rnr. TRADE At a barvaln Well Improved farm
JL. torn residence proptriv. Eckarot &. .Scott, at
Santa Fo bakery.
TTTWi1 TRADE Livery stablo and the entire outfit;
X.' good bnsinesj, ood location; ceryihln;; lie
longlng to a first class livery stable; si:uatt-l in the
citvof CIcvel.-ni, Ohio: win trade for land in west
era Kansas. For particulars aJiU-css lockbox 1.
Wicldta, ICan. Ul-tf
RTRAYED ORS fOLEN Prom the prembes ot J". G.
. 0rld5", fvo co-vs. one four j ear oM, the oth-T 2
vX'ars. lhcow was brauded with a 1"..- on rii;ht
hand side, spotted, horns broke oiT. 'ne party leav
ing information at S K cor. Lmcoin aud Patti :.vc.
tvIII receive a reward of $10. liO-ott-
STORAGE Tor koaseh-dd goods or merchandise,
lrf)xed or loose: if vou have any goods to store
bring thorn to the Wichita Storage Co.. No. 116 West
Douglas avo. 65-tf
Bargains in Real Estate.
A fine ai-rlcultaral and stock farm, three and one
half mi'cs trom city, alxmt 123 ceres iroke. ono quar
ter section fenced for pature, plenty of w..ter and a
AIso2i lots in city finely located and In coed
neighborhood, ip-clal terms to these wishing to
make homes. ... . ,
A!.-' suburban property, j-or lurtaer part-easiars
Chris. I.Peare, r.cntfor Wm. Orekfenstein. at
DR. WILLIAM HALL,
Gives iiec:c.latten'lent3 Diseases of women, Wood
and Skin Dl-eases and all troubles of the Urinary
Organs speedily enrol In both sccs. Ofilce over
Woodman's Dank, North Mala street. Consultation
day or rii0-kt l'nrn. Tdea'l Drs. Hall & Dennett's card
in this parer.) !21tf
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
3IARKET3 BY TELEGRAPH.
lYcstcrday belns election day In Missouri, Illinois
and New York, there wsro only meagre dials on any
of thb boards, hence our brief report", this mnrtilug.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas Citv, 2Corember 2.
Cattle Receipts, 2,001; shipments. CC1; slow;
good to choice i liHTit CO; common to medium .J J0
4 OO: stockcrs. S2 i52 73: feeders, S2i0&3 fcO.cows,
1 &!t2 an frra-'sraae steers, 2 25i-I 2a'
Hogs Itecelpts, D7ul; shipments 107; opened
stronger: bockI to choice, 53i.5'Al W; common tome
illmn," .5 jtViJ SO.
Sheep Receipts, hVia; shiDments, ncaersteidy; pood
to choice, ts! CzS 00; common to medium, 1 5;ij2 S5.
St. LoaL'i Live .Stock.
Ft. Lous November A
Cattle Receipts. 1WJ; si lpments, K.: market
firm: smooth criules in demand; choice native
fair to medium sldppers. S3 3) to ?! stockcrs.
Hos Kecelpts.'buTo; siilrments.lS00; market opened
strong choice hei.vv aad butchers selections.
;S0is.4:;; juj.-kero fair to be-:, Ssi-riK; jorkers,
fair to choice S-l 7SaJK5; irfKN common to Kod.
Sheep Receipts. ISO; shipments. &k pood mutton
and fat lambs stronjr; common to m-xllum slow; com
mon to prin 1 U4 1J.
New Vork Iilve StocS.
' New Yomc, November 2.
Peeves Recclps. 4!'jt) head; Knner; t-atlve steers
$T SO-tiJ0:TeAansaril Colwrtilo.-, sano?.
Sliecp Kecclpts, n.v. niarktt dull: $3CO3t CO for
sh- p; $-1 73 K) f r lambs.
KOftV-Receipts. 41U; weak: quoted St "Z&l 'VI.
Chlcaso l-tve Stock.
Cnir-vco. November I.
Cattle Receipts. 3Siiy, shlpmenLs, 1,0 0; market
lower; thipptn,: steers, g-1 S-,5 oJ; stoekers and
feeders ft '.uveas'; civi-s bulls and mixed. S12ft2 7tk
balk i?2 usg2 jfl, thromrh lexas cattle S2,o0-2a: cows.
S2 Vk32 W; steers $5 Tfe3 2o, western rangers
il'ill; native and lialf breeds, S3 IIV3 15; wintered
Te.ans. S2 23S ?.?2L'; northern ramrers. 31ontara,S2 75
6tiXi; Wyoming and Te.xan3, S3 15-3 5c; Colorado
Hoirs Rooeipts. 21,010: shipments, 13.ii: market
stciuiy and siromr: rouh aid mlxevl. S? 4-"3 S,
packins: aad sdjppkig, t-"i s'Si M; Ifekt. fS-tfiislO,-,
skitvs.3'1 2353 .
Wsee p Keceipt.s. LUr't shlpmeaLs. l.a msrfcrt
slrw; natives. .2 OV 73: western. U. 53 fflsjp 6
llKJ iv; .Lauils, iJ 1 j-3 Us
Pioneer -:- Lumber -:- f'iar.
OF SBDGWKrl CbCNTV.
A Gorrete Stock o Pine Lumber
Shingles, Lath", Dgots, Saso, etc
ahvays on hand.
O-Slce: and varils ; jlvrk; s vert -&ejftrres DueJju
avtszus sad. Flrjt stre
JOYS OF A "CHOKER" DACE.
Tcrpslcltorean Teiaptatioas That Zct All
Easlifolnesa to Plight-
Finally a deliberate pizzicato movement
reveals the fact that the fiddle ia in proper
condition, and an audible and visible ex
citement is seen among the young people.
'Gityotir portnersr screams "Tiddlin'
Jim,3 drawing threa violent strokes of the
bow, and uttering the command with a,
marked rhythmic accent on each word.
The "fiddia" andthsterpsichorean temp
tation have put all basMninesa to flight;
the most awkward rustic can ask a girl to
danca tinder the effect of such inspiration;
and 'hands across and down the middlo''
shake the cabin to ita foundations. The
fiddler plays and looks like one in a sort
of ecstasy. His foot keeps time to the
measure of the rollicking tune, while his
eyes seem fixed upon the blue space which
peers through tho cracks of the roof, as if
"his soul were floating our borne aloft
upon his own harmonious strains. To
the cultivated ear it is execrable, it is
torture; but ,liriddlin' Jim" has passed b2
yond tho regions of criticisms into the un
alloyed blis3 of ono who see3 and knows
T, .IV-!,. flo-fca on,1 nnlrr
.. i "i T " "JZ:Z "I T
hen begins the tug of war. The true
Greek is well known, and each contestant
. ' 1 .
lias his or her hew of admirers,
'Xowforwho lasts the loagest!" screams
'Tiddlin' Jim." '-Who keers if the river is
Thislaso defiant interrogatory is per
fectly inteliigibio to the company, who
fully appreciate the seriou3 inconvenience
which eaters into their lives when the
river 13 up. Burning Rome and swollen
rivers, however, do not Interrupt enthusi
astic fiddlers and dancers. After startling
feats of agility on the part of tho men,
and many graceful evolutions on tho pare
of the girls, most of tha dancers aro ex
hausted, and take their seats, leaving one
conple in possession of the floor. These
two are to do honor to tho occasion. The
fiddler is now brought back from his
divine ecstasy to tho realities around him,
and himself becomes an ardent partisan,
espousing tho cause of the girl, of course,
who perhaps in her dancing career ha3
slaiu her aundreds.
"Dance up, Kitty; don't be afeer'd," says
'5'iddliu' Jim," encouragingly.
'Brace up, Sam, or sho'll flag you, old
feller," mutters one of Sam's companions,
whose friendship gets the better of his
Old and young gaze at the rival dancers
with intensest interest and curiosity. The
dancers grow nioro and more excited.
Each astonishing feat performed by one
suggests one still more astonishing on the
part of the other. Sam's friends applaud,
and Kitty's friends applaud more loudly.
'OJake his head swim, Kitty," suggests
''Fiudla' Jim," who sees Sam's enthusiasm
beginning to flag. This Kitty proceeds to
do by turning rapidly round and round,
which series of evolutions Sam is bound
by all tho rules of the floor to follow.
This, perhaps, brings tho danco to a con
clusion, as Kitty is able to revolve longer
aud more rapidly than Sam. ZitellnCocko
in Brooklvn Ivlagazino.
The Statistics of Comparative Hygiene.
Statistics reveal a good many unsus
pected facts, especially in the field of com
parative hygiene. A priori, few persons
would, for instance, suppose that preach
ing and tho drudgery of school-teaching
aro pre-eminently conducive to longev
ity, but tho logic of arithmetical proofs
shows that parson3 and "school-teachers
outlive not physicians only, but farmers
and shepherds. Shepherds, in fact rank
considerably below tho average of the list,
and probably spoil their chances for sur
vival by passing their nights in'air-tight
cabooses (cabanes do berger), windowles3
boxes on wheels, which they move from
pasture to pasture.
Street-cleaning and chimney-sweeping,
the smuttiest of all manual occupations,
are less unhealthy than one of 'the clean
liestthat of a stone-mason. But human
lungs, it seeing, can more easily rid them
selves of soot thau of stone-grit, which in
the course of years proves about as deadly
as the steel-dust breathed by knife-grinders.
Carpenters, brick-masons, and hunt
ers, on the other hand, outlive farmers,
at least in western Europe. Farming
should seem the healthiest, because the
most natural, of all occupations, but
Adam was a gardener, rather than a plow
man, and could p'.y bis trado in the shada
of a model orchard. Dr. Felix L. Oswald.
In New Jersey tho musquitoea nra so
bad at night that no girl g3ts courted un
less she has a good musquito bar. ;
Of all work, brain work is the mori f
healthful, and conduces mo3t to loagev
ity. I)io Levis.
j'neugn in tne possession or amine
mc:'3 his wealth was rated in the mil
lions Bn id Davis continued to observe
the frugal manners of hi3 early days, even
after Lj'nr appointed a justice of the
supreme com and elected senator. Punc
tually at 1 o'clock every day he made his
way to the rtand kept for many year3 by
a woman called ''Dyspepsia Alary,"' and
there ate his lunch, which consisted of
two apples, a giner cookie and a phiis f
milk, costing him fifteen cents in 'all.
This bill of fare was never changed.
In other way ho wa3 equally economi
cal. I doubt if his expenses before hi
marriage amounted to more than $2,300
a year. He lived at an old fashioned hotel
where a modest apartment was always
kopt in readiness for liim. Tills he used
as :i sleeping room, sitting room and
office csm-jined. It was here that he
spent most of his time when not occupied
in the discharge of his official duties. He
was r.t all tunes accessible to callers.
Though fond of company, he wa3 rarely
seen in 'society.'" The empty chatter of
drawing rooms had no nttractionfc for
him. "With a few congenial spirits, how
ever, he know how to exchange the small
talk of the hour, and play the agreeable
hopt. Washington Cor. Tcw York
The ?Toaltor"3 Xarrorr Escape.
Since the opening cf the 3fonitor-Alcrri-mac
naval battle panorama last January,
the spectacle has lseen witnessed hy mnuy
persons who saw the actual engagement
in Hamptcn roads twenty-five years ago.
Xot long ago the panorama was visited
by one who actually participated in the
lttle. This vi-itor was Samuel Dri5ColI.
r. firrmai en tho ifonitxir. Hi wrs load
in his praises of t!tc mimic light, nnd ira
partl a lis of news concerning the Moni
tor, lie said that immedlatc-ly f-fter the
engagement the Monitor broke tho rod cf
her eccentric znd was laid up oil the H:p
Baps fcrr nearly two weeks in an entirely
defenseless condition. She EE&ht st faiy
time during that period have bean de
stroyed by the Merrimc b'at she deceved
lierencsay by keeping m st&ini. Ner
ainclilac dnas for tho IVrlti-srt-AXter
much tiallyiiy; 3ad fwKtatfoo. the
British wstr o$Ece hes dcdtJetl to aiiopt
tie uasehin gan for thear-ny- Three
herreietl XorJrafeidts, each wtghii!?
sixty poGOt-. awl firinp C0 bnikt ia ce
miimte, r.nJ five-barreled gnu cf 136
pamxk. and firing UD0 roaois a minute,
are to be reat to Egypt awl India. Tba
nrelve-barrcled gun. thes fires 1,230
rounds a minute, is being experimented
witlj. Chicago Herald.
Kurses, a class amrffTly rospaible for
much trochre at summer hotels, are "cot
taken" at several thi year.
I love the lotus blossom when it wrsaUtc3
Its painted petals in my sweetheart s tressa,
And she, enchanted by it3 odcr, breathes
Soft words of love, and soothes with soft
I lova tho lotus blossom when it Hc3
On the whito bosom of a deeping woman,
And falls and rises as the dreamer sighs,
Tor that love's sako she has yet told to no
I love tho lotus blossom for it grows
On a lono grave besida a silent river;
Thero my youth's mistress takes her htst re
pose: I loved. I hated, and I now forgive her.
Justin H. McCarthy, 1L P.
lie -tilt of tho First Eoat Ilacc.
It is a pretty sight race days to sea tho
girls who dote on rowing men and their
name is legion urging their heroes on.
THio thUtks it is difficult to pull out
winner m r. boat race? Absurd! The
shells gtMe along so easily, the seats
move so lightly, and the oars gleam so
brightly, that "it must bo the simplest
thinciii the world. Only when you aro
hard, at k. and it seems as though the in-
, IfrTUU V 'I V CTO nCIU Ui
t were held back by a thousand
siibiar.r!s hands, and your back aches so
ttue t.ars Orip from your eyes and
""".?- T-t; h
! mil-'rin lifiir Inrfrwip-t. mil Vfltl Ctm L
think, sneak or hope, but only make
frantic cuur ts to pull your almost unmau
r.Feable arms out of their sockets, then it's
easy oh, m easy! Ages later, you are
conscious of being past the finish, and you
gasp, in a voice that is certainly not your
own, whiles a drop of blood falls from your
mouth and leaves its record on your flan
"Did r. beat "em vcr" bad?'
"'Bert tr-rn? Thcv crossed tue line ten
lengths r!'- :tL It was a stem chase
This, of .cr months of training and
end of deprivation. Who cares to row
Ills first r.'.'tj over again? Blakcly Hall
in The Argonaut.
Onlilii'ti Study f the iCruotioris.
It was -'Ta after her own disappoint
ment tlu.t Ouida discovered that her
companion, a thy, grave litlb English
governess, was aLo having a love r.llair
with an Italian. The girl had been Euaie
wk.t imprudent, slipping out at late hours
to t ilk to l.ci lover, for Lola of them were
afraid of i!:? bitter, disappointed woman
with v.-hrin -,hc lived. Yh:.-rr she was dis
cover.. 1 t?.-.ugh her own iniprr.iii.nce she
hadgven Ouida a hold upon her which
she use I f. r her own advantage. -'Only
on on1 condition will I countenance this
affair,'" said thcFevere ar.d -angry i.ovcl
ist. '-YV ,t mat tell me every t'.ing rc
latinr to t!,h affair, every word th-t has
passed l"C..icn you aud every cmctivn of
your huirt. "'
The girl v.-.pt and raged. Ouida was
inexorable f-ho had no fncn:"3 tc go to,
aud Ixr lover was away on a journey, t
I'inolK- nl.n '.".rmrrt'tipt ni lrtl.1. nmfil '
tears and angry protestation1-, all her
pretty, tendir little tccrets ail ti-2 gal
lant vov, c,i inr liancee and every feel-
ing of her own poor little heart wa bared j
to relentles.i questioning. In Ouids'sncxt
i novel the whole thing appcarett : i: care-
fal stuoy of t.ie emotions of an iiin.:cent, l
loviug girl. Tho little go cw 5 i mar- j
rial ; r.& prosperous, happy nol'.-. r of i
beauifiil children. Cor. X: w York
rnyhirr O.T r. Ciiursli Ucbt.
Jo! n Buskin, being akcd tho other day
fm a'd in paying off r. church debt, replied
by letter thus: UI am sorrowfully
amurcd at your appeal to me, of idl the
peopl" in the world, t::e precisely leatst
likely lo give yon r. farthing. My ilrat
word to ail men and boys who care :o
hear me L?: 'Don't get into debt. Starve,
and go to heaven; but don't borrow. Try
flr. t begging. J don't mind, if it'j really
needful, ste ding. But don't buy things
you can't p v. for.' And of all maimer of
debtors, pi lis people building churches
they can't piy frr are the mot detestable
nonsence to in". Can't yun preacti and
pray behind the hedges, or in a sandpit,
or in :i coal hula first? And of all manner
of churches thus idiotically built, iron
churches are the damnablest to me. And
of all tht ie'-'-t. and believer.-, in any ruhrg
spirit, Hindoos, Turks?, feather idolatois
and Mumbo .lumbo log and fire vtr
sliippcrj who want churches, j'our modern
Kngih-h c-vangt-lical sect is the most ab
suvd and cntirclj: objectionable nnd unen
durable to inc. All wliich you might very
easily have found out from my lxjoks.
Any other sort of sect would, before
bothering me lo write it to them." Chi
To K:i:i Alic.iil of tlto Trains.
I have nlwajKaowned fast horses. I re
member one which achieved quite a repu
tation while I had him. I scld him to the
Albany railroad to run ahead cf trains.
That might seem romewhat novel nowa
da3"3. but at that time trains did not run
as fast as they do now. Neither were
there the facilities for telegraphing and
flagging and switching trains, to prevent
accident':; and that was what my horse
was used for. He wr. started out every
day just before the passenger trains'
leaving lime to flag tho train coming the
I other way. and he always made it. Horses
were useful animals in Lnose days. Jt
was a common thing lo liitch a team of
hores to a car and pull it hito New York,
after the regular trains had passed. The
father of Dan "Whibnore. of tho IMer
clutnts' Exclumge, used to do his market
ing that way every night. I liavc 1k1 a
great deal of fun on those trips. m I tos
iIkmi quite a boy. E. Goddartl in (Jlobe
Dcmccrat. Cr. von Gtuldcn a Xotcrt Authority.
Dr. von Gudden, who lost his life fn
the attempt to prevent tlie suickle of Ins
late king of Bavaria, was a noted au
thority in the science of mental and ner
vous JJC&3C3. Investigations haA-c been
carried on in his laboratory in the minute
anetomy of the brain, sjrfnnl cord and
sense organs which have proved fruitful
cf results. Among thee he established a
xnethed of fadying the connections of the
m-rvons system, wideh consists in extir
patinc a s-ensc organ or other part of an
animal when young and then rllowing
the arJrgel to grow up. At death the em
mal 13 ininntely examined and the v rvc
fiber? which lave failed to deveiTp i&lf
cato the paths of nervous ccnaectk'n 1
twieen the ext-rpated ensc organ and toe
brain center. He li1 been workfntr fcr
inacy jeara by this and otaer method to
determine the mode of ccaneet:oo be
tween the retina iumI tLe brain, XxsX iht
xesalfs ef his labor have nut ye been
made public. Chicago Xeirs.
-.- rHtnrHa - niL..
Believer in tineey to Bralthcf
spnas jsmara i.iu w ii:-.ae-j;txj iu in-
veatgrtkH of Dr. ChdtsofF, a rr.tit3iK
European physician, ho tost Uasdl t&a:
tTi? rcTm.cn atter extracts really act ta-juri--Ti?ly
in retardiag digcfftfcn, trle
there are no beneflcJal eSixlz. "Mf
L He was not iry weli read, aad riiexe-
fore had no SMoad-aaod inforxaatlon to
distribute. Profeor Arthur S. Hardy.
3L. rastetsr anil the Coble.
Hydrophobia ami Pasteur's operations
wouhl seem to have added a point or two
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All Wool Caps for Men and Boys,
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