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xz W,itlxin Jpailij gagle: testta fRjo;m;mg, fjftomto-c 8, 1888.
FINANCE AND C03131ERCE.
MARKETS BY" TELEGRAPH.
Xcw York .Money.
'EW York. Nov. 7.
Money on call easy at 22J Per cent, last loan 1J6
Uos-j offered at 3&Ai.
Stilincescbnnse dull, but steady st $L- "r
f:t day bills, and $4.6Wlr demand,
stocks dull; total tuTe of stoekb today J3.1H
3 .:.l t of .G
. w... .... . i-f ;
""I ss'JtiGs ,c.
t j;- -o& Alton.
C hi. a,"-, liurllngton A. Qnlaer
I t .atrann ...
" ir; i a etem .
"N -,v ork Central
3 a mg '
1 x ,. Inland
t ',1 m Pacific
. . .11
Chicago Uraln and Pioaaec.
Chicago, Nov. 7. A stronger tone pre
vided the wheat market today though at
t.jc same time the feeling was unsettled
nuil full outside prices about sustained.
Trading was moderate, hf eluding some
cut-iae business. The opeuing was strong
er iud prices .. Ic higher than closing
t trans, of Monday and advanced :
i.jre, influenced by good buying orders
'i hen it ruled easier and prices under fair
ciierings declined 1c. Henewed buying at
t il- decline again caused prices co react, in-f-ue-iccU
some by private cables reporting
1 advance in Liverpool. This time
A vanned lc for May with December
ordering to'Je discount, eased off lc.
a j: 1111 lecovered and closed about lc
Li Vr than Monday.
1 better feeling was developed in corn,
t lues ruliiu: stronger and a higher range
r r prices established. Trading however,
-s only of moderate volume, transac
tion being mainly of a local character.
The principal feature was the strength de
i.oif.d in November, this future being in
j demand, while the offerings wore ex
di ;giy light, the premium of this
riunth over December being as high as yc
1 oiie tune. The market opened i&
l 1 ?ner than Monday's closiiur. Prices ad-
u til ;b(.Tleand closed lCrcyc higher,
'i in re was little life to trade, either in
r u or future delivery oats. Speculative
. i 's was was centered in May and
future, in sympathy with an hnprove-
iut in wheat and corn ruled firm with
;cea XKC improved. At the same
111'' ture was lor near uiuires a rauiier
j. Kvtcd market with values exhibiting
iio --entiiil change.
Tiadmg iu mes- pork was moderate and
I 0 market rather firm: offerings not very
1 re and demand fair and mainly for
,1 u.iry and May deliveries. Early the
I i'r-.et was firmer and prices woie ad-
.rod slightly, but with slightly iu
r ed offerings a reduction of 1215c
v as .submitted to. Later the market was
i- .linger and prices rallied 15(is20c and
c .-, d comparatively steady. A compua-
l.Vflv quiet feeling prevailed in the laid
1 . irket, but considerable strength was
d v ionoti. Offerings were small and the
h ui.iud xather light. Prices ruled 2i(3,."c
I. g ier and Llowd steadj-. Only a moderate
Uade wis reported in short ribs and sides.
OLeringo were uot very large and the
u "ni.ui'1 limited. Prices ruled tii'(&3c
1 lgher and the market closed steady.
Tin leading futures ranpud follou-s.
. iiuoUUicns wcn-aafolloivs-i
mil -Dull and va-hacgeri.
. j. ml' Sti. . prtuK. H.l3eU3Ji; No, Ssprinc.
. . 2 Ko,l. fLUiil.l.'M.
I. - So. S. l'c.
No. 2 W, y
I ' ' Vl'i T.TC.
" s ;n -No. 1. U.tSii.
1 " 1 ' iiV SKKD-IMtae, ?1401.4J.
1 K- H.'4a.ll75
' . c - Hj,171
I ThK Steadr: Klittn creamery G27c: chox0
'" 1 !'2a)s, choice dairy hugStc; common. t
n I"c. -
1L1 SL Quiet ana steady, 90K04C
New VYk I 'rod we
Nkw Your. No.7.
. 1 VT-Vpy dull; XGh tower: No. 2 red $1 jM
' n - strongs 4c higher: No 2, 494!fc
M"H unit eatj: miial. sjiijc; whl'e
I Options steady: Bales 9.7T1 bags
'i -Low. r. guJet, c. Zlttr. K.xtra C, 8Me
.xt ot, tt: yellow. 6i.ic. eNndwO
- trtnar $We3lc.
X 'E t-Dull and steady, 13a&26c.
Uamutfi City Produce.
Kaxsas City, Not. 7.
K v Lonier; Xo.Sred.1c astud; No. 2 soft,
v- iulPti SHc Wd.23c askal.
- nembrr. SMa&lced
1... .H.S.faacj-. fl.SA uxtra fancy. .i
v 1 Hl Velleu.Suesrc.
1 -1 fFASD UKAN-Hfiitee
-op pra'ria. $&..: Umotliy, t7.
v - :kd-i 38l
-hewipiA llht and market firm for
1 k li. lll-i?.
.' T,Jft?,s':Tt mrtt arm attrc.
1 I..1I1I Keotii.b aunm; heua, XUXtt
' '- IK u HAXS-lIc
, . MIOfLDLJi K.Jc lose clear and
lei -l5.olearrU,fcii. "
St Louts l'rodnee.
ST. LOCIS. JJtov. J.
T-T ni'R- 'xtHi
' 'av ? tkk-ta Utfttrss. No. '4 tvd eMl
"i, lit. 11 Si elosuas tLnCc Ud-
' N "' s , wBber 3Hc;
. i i twins J.W hj
sUu-; -Hay .) Ors-
N -' . ESe bM! Novwaber
. .TIrl, 7 HfeSjge tiuJothy,
-1 -u " n.v
m i'i 1 caaaged.
i 1 i-.d ITc.
-- A '
LA1.U-I m .'..uaat 35.11-,.
is u.y Livr or&.
Ka s s v -1 TTr, Ner. 7.
n it sior rep- 1 s
- hlaiOi.. S.xa. Mar-
-i'.' Vr higlMrthna Uec
- --. aaf 'to c iws luc h fetter.
.V.21. co. inn -a to meo-
' f'ed-rs. Si '
i - f ; m ii it
v t-'-'t- - :ne
'.' . e,
--1, s iu.lpifft-,
" ' . s . viv. md
t At .LL
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Zl.cn lu Er.-diui, tlVMO.
iU- .xi-.Js5 com-
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MtTlCLIiS. -i. " 2.
s g s
& r F
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. iiaber 11
1 cuiK-r' lift 1 15M 1 13j 115
rv ..., 1 rxn 1 m 1 4S 1 13
I lafc 1 IBJb 1 13 1 IW
" 7..... asH tin sH mi
1 tilr j Mi 3iq 40
.1 111 S8 , W 3MX
: . .. 24 i auh
' Tr.... .aid s 'ih 2'5fi
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- 7.!Mr. HMfc 14 R5 14 Six UWi
.. ! 14 (wn H M 14 o
nn HUB U tff'l 14 65 14 S7U
J 15 15 77 15IJ0 18 17H
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Chicago Jj',vo Etocfc,
Chicago, Nov. 7.
The Drover's Journal reports:
CATTLE Eecelp s. 0. ft); shipments, ... 3Iar-tetf-td-idy;
beeves JS-POtWjU; h!eerstsf3(Jr, stock
ers and feeders F-C(K'J.23: cows bulls and miied.
sl.4ft.2.T Tains cattle $l.Mu2.5; nc-tern rangers
HOGS KecelptsslLW; shipments. 5.0m. Market
stron?. Mixed. St'MnHiO. Uetvy, S5.i0io7.00; light,
f5.iVafi.fW; skips -3-j0a.at,
bHEKP Keceipu. o (Ml: shipments 2.01, Market
sUady. Natives, $2:7oi4.2o; western, f3.t033i3;
lambs, IS.ToCj W.
St. Ionls Invest nek.
St. Lo CIS, Nov. 7.
CATTLE Receipts. r,,ZlO; Ehipraents. UTO ifar
ktt strong. Choice heavy native steers TS.Wu.U.':
Tairtocooddo. Sl.W.'f); biuelierV steers, medium
to choice. KS.&AI.39, stackers and fcelers. fair to
COJd, S2.10.tt-.15: rangerb. com fed, ?3.U)sM.10-, crass
fed, i2.V0iC.AJ. ,
HOGS Ueeeipts 3.S3; shipments. cft). Market
stronger.! f Iioiie jieavy ai.d bu'euery felec.iou",
f.V!'i;,6";'im-ivimc nuiliiini in rime, KiOw JO. IiS"t
grades, rdtniiy to be. i ajuJU'L
hHKIZI Receipts l.ioj, -hipments, S'JO. Market
stcadj. Fair to cnoice. ?30rLI0.
RALLROA13 TD.LE TABLES.
ST, LOUIS' &. SAN FUAN'CISCO It. K.
Coinj; En&t. MSbencer.
Goiiik I-ti. pasieiiKer.
10 f'J A .M
S air 11
10 11) J. M
City Union 'ricket office, 1-M ICorih Slain
and Union Devot. Oak stixet.
Kansas midland railav at.
Going North, p.i'. (dally)..,
Golnp north, freicbt (tW-
weel.lv. . .!
fJoinc south, paps, (daily . ..
Goiiiir ."outh. froiunt (tn-
1 eokly '
fc (0 A M
( ltv I'liiiin Ticket nfflra Ul North 3!ain stniet:
Unl(a dejxn. On), street, and Wabash avenue lepot
AVICUITA X WESTEKN ll'. It.
Giin? Wet, p.iss. daiiy ex
Oo'nt: west, pans
flo.ni; wt-t, fricbt . . ..
oliiK enst, pN
Goinic eabt, pa-s. dally os-
Gomsreast. freight !
12 1) r mi
t'nion Tiikot office 183 North Mam stret. and at
Union lit iwt. Oak ft re-it. W. D, M tTUDorrt,
F. Jl. Hn.u Freight & Pasi. agt a N Main.
Supt. 1 or 4th and Doug'as.
AlCHlbON. TOPt-KA X SANTA FE K.,K.
JiORTH A'.'D 1"AST.
Colomdoaud California ex-
siurrn vi wiST.
I'antundle express . .
4 fO P M
i 22 a M
i 55 P M
U IS V M
S 03 P II
7 1 A M
II So A VI
City Union Ticket oClce. 12 North Main
ami Union Depot, ne.ir O.ik ttret-t.
MlbsOUKI PACIFIC 1'.. li
Fortcott, K.iusas City, ti
fort -.itt. Kans tlty, St
Louis .md i astern ev .. ..
Convvav LprlnK, Anthony
and fvlov.a ex
Conway SpruiKt, Anthony
and Kiowa ox j
Huu-!iiuon, MorllnR and
Ocnosto ex ...
Haw li , K.inopolis Pueblo
anu Denver tx
All trains run dally I
:.( v M
11 45 A 31
11 411 A it
t OJ V M
1 13 P M
Depot Fecond .ind-WIclilta stteet; Hcket offico 127
North Maiii!.tloit. E. E. BLKCKI.CV,
Paseni;er and Ticket Auent.
CHICAGO, KANSAS & NEBKAbKA 11. li.
"itociv isiani nouTi;.'1
OOTNO XOIITII ASD KAST
No 2 Kansas Ci'y. "st Lou's,
and llilcago through mall
and oxiires, daily
No 4 KniiiMsUt, ht Louis,
aha Chlca.10 nilit expiosa
No iC accommodation, d.tily
except Mindhy . .
No3Kaiisas uy, St Louis
mid Cl,ie.ioeA, daily, .a.
No 1 Knnsay Ci'v, St Louis
and ( htc.ii;o through mail
and express, dnltv
No Gl accommodation, dalij
f 35a 31
2 15 P M
Ele-int free iccllnlnj; ehiiir ctrs on mornini;
tnnii, and Pullmtn sli-opei-s on all uiKht tnilna.
llcketb soul and bagtt.we checked tlirnKzli to all
points. City ticket olhce, Z) K.ist Douglas xvenje.
l'atsenKer station, comer DoukUs and Jleid avo.
C. A, KUIIIKHFOHU, Ticket Agent.
EEDMOUD & JMEINS.
Attorneys, at lavi.
VI Inta, Kansas..
OCiceover 117 North Ma'n st.'.
HAEEIS, EAEEIS & VEfiMTLIOlS;
Attorneyo-l-Lai ill s. Mam -treet second lioor.
W. R. I'AYA'E, V. K. JilUAICE.
PAYEE & ELAKE,
Attornejs. onice, Uooin A. Jtetcher I'.lock,
W lehita, Kansi&. uS-tf
Attorney and Counselor at Law. 1JT s. Jlaln street,
W'icuitH, Kansas. d77
Attorney-at-la,w. Office, 100m -' , JLilttiiiK Woc'
W.1L UHIDEVmUGSf. W. II. UACCiI
BEUDE1IBAUGH & EAUOH,
AUorie -an 1 1 "iinselleraat laiv. llooiii 3nnd
at North .Main -t. ol 1 Sa tf
HATT0N & ETJGGLES,
, Attorneys alia it, rleiilur l.iulu nuppo-ite Oc
:tdenl il hotel.
E. D. .Tewett. j. U. Lavowohtuv
JEWETT & LANGW0ETHY,
laivvcrs hoomsi auiii, -. Norm ilnln tntt
Wlcljlta, Kansas. dlOl-tf
JOU.S W. Adams. G. W. C. Jones. Gro. W. AAM3
ADAMS. JONES & ADAMS,
Altorneysat Law, uaice Hi-st bUtmmy ea,,' 0f
Vi'icnita Natiuual IJank. nj
'H. C. SLUaS. YV. C. STAXLcr
SLUSS & STAIfLEY,
Attorney at Law. Wlchiu;, Kftasas.
YV. P. CAurnr.t.u .ias. li. D vsa
CAMPSELL k DYEE,
Attorueys-it-Ijift, Wichita, Kan. X5-tf.
Attorney at lav
Allori.ev lor V.mUm r.,n.
tlvo Uureau Rooms WAS &, t No. Ui N'. vintl
tUoet, Wichita, Kan. tiizi-
J.M.Hnsjr.rjuss.. ' KosltALLEX
HIJMPHEBT & ALLEN,
Attornrys and Couaselorsa
North lliu atici.1.
"r. Oince N'o 3?J
H. L. Gokdox. rrr x ,. f. coens
G0ED0N & 00PPIH'.
Attomays and Conu!ors at Law. Offlco 113..,,.,
JYcfaholtner block. Wichita, Kaa. '-'Wll.
I. K. IlALLOWET.T..
LateL S. Attornc-
EALL0WELL & HUME,
LavTj or. ik N iiam street W ithlta. ixan. uut
V. A. liLTTOHELL,
Attorney at Ivr and collection aeat. Vn. -31 r.n
tret. -Wlckita. Kansas. J M vn
TV.ajIonKIS. J. N HvTMAILSll
iOSEIS & EAYHAEEE,
Lawyers. Odoi tti N Mala tnot. Wichiti.
DES. TEEEILL & SETJLT
Phrstcmn and iHirgana. 114 x Mainstreat, tole-ocoforofncoNSi-f,
lor rosidence ih. Dr Tar
rui. general psactlrj, disoaaes of womon aad chii
flren ana obstetric Dr. -hultts consuuiptJui
catarrh all toroat and chest ateiasco, piles: run
inres. j 'wd, tkin and cLroiilc dlicascs geaerallr
CoueoitaUvHi rre. E.T-11
EE. E. Y. MUNSELL'S
"Sfe. tYE- yZxH vo"E AN'D TEROAT
SS , - INFIRMARY
gW Sl'ECTACLEb FITTED
Sg Rooms I and 1. io. N. Main su lit-
E M. CONZLBv. M. D. -
and';' -' ,'aoL OCce naw 'J loll a. m, I to
- o. m. dlP-tf
MES. MASY GAGS BAY LL B.
HARRY CBQSKEY, il. D
BjfslJflcro ; J35 X Wiahlja s:rt ; mm
j. C. WILSON,
Dentist. All vrork guaranteed first-class. OOco:
USE. Doujlas avemii, over Baxne it Son's drug
tlorc. WlcUU, Kansis. dljltl
WICHITA - D33JTAL - DTSTITUT
Dentists Onlv tfSJO lor a -rood set of tee h. One
half pi ice frr all MirgR&L opari.tios without pain.
ku 'or:n .iatn street.
D. W. Sit im. U. s. nocciasD
SMITE & HGUGLAKD,
Dentl,,t;. 223 E DuuuUb avsuua. Corner Law
rente. Wichita. Kan.
DUMOHT & HATWAED,
Architects and superlntetdenua. i.ujiiia CO and 31
J ZiMUat.i.ij juliajit.
0. 7. TEEEY,
Architect and superintendent. Koams 16 andll
Eiuiiij,' block. ItlephouoNo.lj'j, lchlt.t, Kans.
W. 1L RAPP
Architect and superintendent, fiooa H2, ceds
vrlck Bui.d!n.r, d93-tf
. E. MoPHEBSOff,
ArcUltoct, room ". MaIu at, Wichita. Kan
r.uoiu ocoij.s ick bluck. First street.
FKounrooT. o. W.Bikd.
PE0TJDF00T & BIED,
ArcSiitecta and bupoiintondouto. Ofllca la Felch-
TO DWIGHT OEUEOH,
GenTal Analj Heal ( heml.i. Laboratory K!i Kans9
avenue, Torieka. Kansas. Chemist for ttie c ty ot
lopi'ita. Orders for chemical, xnicro-coplc and
lihvsl&U examinations Miitiieu, Prlcesent upon
applKatloi. Kxpen opai oils on the va'ue of
wateis for dnnkinir piuposei, Jj.hi. Complete
anaiyds ol waters, H'MJ. 7J-tf
The PhotoiirApher. Pn-tures In Mlslzea and stylos.
He j?1o corrlea the flnedt assortment of pictura
fr.iraeh in the city. Glvo him J. friendly call and ex-
I aiiiiiid samples.
J. II PHILLIPS
S. E rillLLlFS.
PHILLIPS k PHILLIPS,
VETERINARY X SURGEONS.
Graduate of Chlcacro Veterinary College; mem
ben of the Chicago Vcterinaiy Association.
J. M. PHILLIPS graduated with honors and vvap,
for -soine tune, an assi3t..' of the eminent Di. Win.
bheppard, M. II L. V". ir ., vetcnn.irv smeonof lame
nes.i. lie is al-so a member of the K.iusiu, State Vet
b. C I'HjljLlPa has been :usoci iterl, as an assis
tant, with Dr Witheta, M. D V. S., Dr. Hushes, M.
it C V. h., and Dr. Baker, V. b. professor of Chicago
Vc'erinary College; Dr. llaker haunt; the largest
canine practice in Chlci.ro.
Thedoctora aso prepared to donll kinds of veter
inary work. Including canine ptactice, dentistry nnd
all biiiKHil operations, (foo-l ai ( ommodatio'is for
nil patients renuiiin-C special i-p. (.alb by tele
phone, tuleiiinpli or mail will receive prompt atten
tion day or nnrht.
Ollice, C'io East Douglas Avenue. Tele
phone !STo. 129-t
WHAT THEY WEAR.
Irish poplin is in favor.
Jet bead decorations aro simply eiejjant
Hibbons were never prettier; plaid ribbons
oro having an especial "run."
he Grcteb overdress, with open sides and
outtvard curving fold3 in black, is revived,
Two materials are permissible in most
wraps particularly in the shorter garments.
A pretty autumn toilet is of golden brown
limousine with hue stripes of peveral vivid
Perfection of fit and simplicity of styla
const! rate tho onus of present costuniary
Shot wool and velvet almost covered with
gold, silver or copper ..mbroidery compcae
borne elegant carriage wraps.
A return to low coiffures is imminent, the
now bonnets being so much lower in tho
crown than thoe of recent fashion.
Matelasso silk mantles are made up for
early fall wear. Others for the same purpose
are of fancy cloth, velvet and Sicilienne.
A combination of copper color and mignon
ette, which is at once artistic and resthetic,
appears in many new tea gowns and dinner
Tender ferns, currant leaves, bunches of
green nuts, hazel and bramble boughs share
favor with green wheat and ivy for hat gar
nishing. The empire redingote is the rae. It i3 u
desirable form of the polonaise and is almost
as long tis the dress skirt' over which it is
Large round hats aro in order for autumn.
They arc trimmed with long and half long
ostrich plumes, clusters of plumes and im
menod panaches of feathers.
Close fitting bonnets are tho rule. They
aro prettily trimmed with coronets of clus
tered blossoms, bluo corn flowers, or unfo
haged roses, or hernia wreaths of berries
Largo button" which are beautiful and ar
tisLc boyond description ornament direc
toire coats. Tinted pearl, cut steel and col
ored metal enter into their composition.
j Others are of veivtit.
Costumes for the promenade show some
happy association of tone and textile. Pals
tints noticeably a gamut of greens candi
date for consideration together with the most
brilliant hues, and our thoroughfares present
a gorgcou panorama of color. Cloak, Suit
and Ladies' Wear ltoviovr
THE WORLD'S MOTIVE POWER.
Austria has 12,000 boilers and 2.S0O loco
motives. Germany has 50,000 boilers, 10,000 locomo
tives and 1,704) ships' boders.
France lias 50,000 stationary or portable
bouers, 7.0JJ locomotive: and 1,'JOl) boau,'
Four-fifths of the engines now working in
the world have been constructed doring the
last twenry-five j-cars.
Tiio force equivalent to tlse worldng steam
C3gir.3 represents, in the United States,
7,500,000 ho.-ss power, 4,300,000 m Germany,
3,00C0vX?in Pi-anw end 1,C0,000 in Austria.
A 6team horto porror is equal to three
actual horses' pjtver, and a living horsa Is
equal to seven mon; the steam engines of tbo
world may ba said U represent, therefore,
apprenraately, t-10 work of l.OCU.OCOiKO men
The King at Uclgrora.
Tho king of thoJSeigians is a unique felloe,
run 01 quiddities, and yet souna good senso.
no line to go bareneaaeJ, and abhors a hat; I
as for gloves, he wxd not wear tbem. It is
censvea ce vvsoaiu go taro tooted, also, if
F-Jssioie. 0 nsss 10 do m tue water, but .
caenct swim; end he hates abovo oil thin:
tobacco He 13 anion of morals, also, such
astnsyare; and is a scholar of bighsamd-
125. io liuropean moaarcn possesses his en
thcsirLSu for drov ery and reviarch. He lias
traveJ-od everywhere, and, naturaLy, gecgra-P-y,
'Tii-i languages, is his favorito study.
Such tigj do not threaten the political
world, but they largely influence tha social
and literary. His present anibinon is to aid
in the exploration and civiiiiition cf Africa.
The Trnth of the jratteT.
Sbe waved cor sxiceful hand 0 rae.
And slaaced end nodded aa I pcs?d.
X'ta of & poor cud Jew drsres;
She with tie proadest t-el is clashed.
And yet sho waved her has3 to rae
Fair h&nd. r.-n!sa rcs have vainly fengt
Aad fmrs.lt vr-a flcsbLi, pcrciicce, to sea
That t russad oa oad needed cot.
At her beck soma woul.1 do cr die.
But I am co: &s others arc
Sh wavwj fc-r hinl; nw seed took L
HELPING THE SICK POOH
AN HOUR WITH ONE OF NEW
YORK'S DESERVING CHARITIES.
Xho Plan onWhJch the Diet Kltheoi Are
Conducted A Brisk iAdlls? Out of
Fresh 3111b, Mutton Broth, Beef 7e
A mite of a girl, with a scrap of a shawl
over her head and a dress of faded, tattered
print draping her attenuated little form,
waited outside a quaint, old fashioned black
doorway on Third avenue, with a small,
saining brass door knob and belL Presently
sha was joined by a pale, anxious woman, with
a puny baby moaning at each feeble, flutter
ins breath on her shoulder. Another woman
with a sick child in her arms, had her sleevea
rolled above the elbow, and her shining,
braided hair unbonneted. One or two more
children ttood there, and a refined looking
man, with a well worn, patched suit, which,
in spite of Its shabbiness, had an appearance
of gentility, and an expression of mingled
tenderness and despair on his thin, careworn
face as he looked down into the face of a
little sick child in his arms, whose rings of
brown hair shaded dark eyes wide and wild
with fever. An old decrepit woman, with a
crutch In ono hand and a pail in the other,
hobbled up to the little group, and a ladyliko
looking woman with a sad face waited
quietly with the tears dropping on the dish
she carried m her bands.
Presently the little bras3 door knob, that
was as bhiny as daily scouring could make it,
turned briskly, tha door swung back, and tho
neatest, cheeriest, dearest of gray haired
women, with a strong motherly face full of
fcunshino, appeared in the whitest of caps and
aprons, and exclaimed: "Bless your hearts,
it'a only 0 o'clock now, whatever are you in
each a hurry for; but come right in, every
thing is ail ready."
Down through the long, cool passage into
the tidiest of kitchens she hurried them,
where every board was scoured as white
as sand could scour it, and every dish re
flected her own bright f aco as she bustled
about pouring out quarts of milk and pint3
of beef tea, dishing up bowls of delicious
cooked oatmeal and rice, and pressing into
the hands of the woman and children clusters
of fresh daisies and crimson roses, faint with
fragrance and blushing at their own beauty.
"And how is tho baby today?" she said to
tho man with the sick child, "and Ln't her
mother any better yet? Well, keep up your
courage, this beef broth will bring her up if
anything will," and the man went away com
forted v, ith the hopeful courage in her voice.
And to tbo woman who stood apart with the
tears in her eyes she had some sympathetic
inquiry for the consumptive husband at home
as she filled the pitcher with beef broth and
tucked an extra large bunch of roses through
tho handle. "While to tho children a smile
accompanied tho daisies, and a pleasant mes
sage to tho sick mother at homo or some
kindly interested question about the sick sis
ter or father or baby for whom the food was
For four hours this brisk busy ladling out
of fresh milk and wholesome nourishing food
went on almost uninterruptedly, and who 1 it
was finished the white apron was v ced
off ' bo tidy dl'eS3 tm116i UP 0Vcr
j petticoat, and the boards and benchtJ and
tables were subjected to another scrubbing
and scalding before sho was ready to go up
fctairs and tell to whoso bounty those luosfc
I wretched of all the city's poor wero indebted
for so welcome and practical a munificence.
, "Nov.-," said bho as she tucked up her
j Eleeves abovo tho hard round arms, "I'll tell
you all about it, but, if you don't mind, Til
l keep on washing up my dJthes. I hate to
have them settin' 'round. This is ono of tho
five diet kitchens where nourishing food is
I given to the sick poor, free of all cost, on rc-
1 cciving a certificate from one of tho doctors
' at tho dispensaries -with which our kitchens
j are connected. One kitchen is on Thirty-
, sixth street and Ninth avonuo, ono on Third
1 avenue near Twenty -first street; one on Third
street, in tho Gfrmau quarter; ono in conneo-
1 tion with tho New York dispensary, among
the Italians, and a now ono was established
j this spring, in April.
1 "Tho first kitchen was opened fifteen years
! ago, through tho efforts of Airs. Gibbons, who
i3 now our president, and one of tho best and '
kindest women that over lived, doiug over so
1 much active charitablo work, though sho is
1 3 years old. As soon as funds vv ero raised, '
another kitchen was opened. Then rooms
wero offered freo of rent in the German quar
ter if thoy would ostablish a kitchen there,
and that was opened. Rooms have been of
fered in other parts of the city freo of rent,
but from lack of funds tho society bos de
; "How are tho kitchens supportedT'
"By voluntary contributions from people, 1
churches and societies."
I "What kinds of food do you give tha peo
1 "TThatever tho doctor orders. "Wo buy
' tho best and purest milk thero is; milk that
' cannot be bought in the shops or of the milk
men that go into the tenement districts. Our
beef tea is made of the best beef in the mar
ket, and I get up at 4 o'clock in summer to
mako tho tea fresh every day. In the Italian '
t quarter a great deal of rice is given out, and
thero aro oatmeal, farina, barley and mut- '
ton broth, all given subject to tho doctor'
orders. The Flower mission sends flowers
for us to distribute all summer, and wealthy
people send in jellies and dainties. At Christ- J
mas toys aro given to tho children, and cloth- (
i ing is also sent to us for distribution among
j tho needy. At present wa are expected to
I receive orders only from tho physicians con-
noctod with tho dispensaries, but in extreme
1 caes we do supply orders from other doc
tors, through the district nurses."
j "When is your most busy seasonf
"Well, in tho summer; for so many chil
dren are sick, and then work is Bcarce, so that
wo have a different land of people coming to
us; nice, respectablo working people, clerks,
1 teachers and mechanics, who are out of em
ployment and cannot buy the nourishing
food they need and are so grateful to us
I for it"
i ' 'Do you find people grateful, usually
i "Yes, really needy people are almost al
' ways grateful. The Idle, indolent, worthless
people that como are verv independent, and
take things as if they belonged to them, but
the unfortunate sick people who have known '
better days and are in real distress, are very
thankful. A great many Irish come to this '
kitchen, and they ore profuse in their grati-
; tnde. saying over and over: 'God bless you,
Idy,' 'the saints fcf-ep you.' and all that, but
i I tell them tier needn't bless me, but the
j Christian men and worasn of New York who J
Happly the fundo to help tbem in their need.
in tie past vear 12 30S pe
food from the kitchens, and $7,173.79 bare
ln rjaid out m the vanoos expenses attend-
ant upon Keeping them suppnea wiia 100a
and service. The articles of diet most largely
nE nT3Qn kee:iin? thm ait
dispensed are milk and beef tea, of which
237.542 pints of the former and 27,155 pint
of tbo latter have been distributed KKng
tho most helpless of all suffereri, th nek
poor. New York Sun.
I WONDERS OF THE SOROBAN.
Tbe Japanc Sjrstcm. of Clpberl Bpi4
3Ietboda of Counting.
Suppcse a few articles bad been puruhased,
end the paltry $nm total is only worthy a
record in the first example of a schoolboy
mental arithmetic. Tiie bnyer nm them
instanriy in his raincL but the tradesman
deyrns not to receive the amount cr to per
plex himself with any mathematical labor,
however trifimg. H metres his fcroban,
gives it a tilt, and a rattling svreep of tbe
hand, makes a few clicis snd annennces tba
price. 1 sere is frequently a small difference
in amount, arising from. Imperfect compre
hension of thf lnnmieasimal coins, which
clay a.sKnsjiZ2Gasail z&zt. ic, rsraiirrada
neratban do toe GLrthings in the English
penny shops. But the soroban may be
trusted. It does not lie any more than the
multiplication table may. A longer ac
quaintance transforms the first distrust Into
wondering admiration. In a competition of
simple addition an ordinary tradesman in
Japan would carry off the palm from any
mathematician of the west
The arithmetical process on a soroban dif
fers so completely from our cipher that only
study and practice will make it understood.
You know the Instrument: A shallow rec
tangular box, with a bar of wood, making
an unequal division lengthwise. Wires gen
erally seventeen in number, but that is not
essential upon which are strong wood balls,
cross tbe short diameter of the box, running
through the wood bar. In tho largest divis
ion there aro five balls on each wire, and in
the smaller only one.
Forget all the arithmetic you hare learned,
and begin again with an eastern souL Thero
will be no fractions to alarm you hero will
bo only decimals. The middle wire will rep
resent units, and tho rods on either hand
havo a place value corresponding to our sys
tem of numeration. To the left aro tho tens,
hundreds and thousands, to the right the
tenths, hundredths, and so on. Away from
tho dividing ball the balls haTO no significa
tion or value; pushed to it, they are units in
the larger compartment and fives of the
samo denomination in the small one. This
gives almost a double system of counting. It
is by fives as well as by tens.
Suppose the first sum adjusted on the soro
ban by pushing up balls for every digit.
Tho next ono to be added is incorporated
with it in tho very act of writing if that
word may stand for the second act of ad
justment Hero comes tho beginning of
tho difference. The largest numbers aro
added first and tho smallest last It is like
everything else dono iu the East, wrong end
first All the process of "carry ten," which
wo master with infinite trouble in childhood,
disappears in the magical movements of
those intermediary fives. Mathematics in
not regarded with awo in this country, nor is
it made a point of measure between male and
female intellect The betto carries his soro
ban, and reckons upon it the moals of his
horses. Every kitchen is furnished with it,
although spoons and pans maybe minus.
Tho nurse clicks its ball3 when meditating
the extravagance of an added length to her
next gown, and the fearless baby plays with
it for a rattle.
If thero Is anything which could reconcile
me to being a native of the far east, it is
being born to use tho soroban. The soroban
is tho key to a system of arithmetic so widely
different from ours it deserves more respect
than scholars goncrally accord to it On its
wires not only multiplication and division
ore rattled over, but tho longer processes of
square root and cubo root click out the exact
results with less probability of errors than
when done by ciphering. The Japanese may
lay asido his dress and his domotic customs,
his jinrikshas, and even his alphabet, but his
soroban novor! Baltimore American.
Chinese Irurulsration to Russia.
Tho paragraph from Tho Nord telegraphed
by your Brussels correspondent and pub
lished in Tho Times recently can hardly be
officially inspired, for Hussion officials who
nro in a position to inspire Tho Nord usually
know perfectly what thoy writo about, whilo
tho paragraphist In The Nord ia clearly not
acquainted with the conditions of Chinese
immigration oither into Siberia or to Aus
tralia. He thinks that in consequence of tho
cessation of Chinese immigration to America
and Australia it will so incroaso to Siberia cs
to "overwhelm the scattered Siberian popu
lation and denationalize tho Asiatic frontiers
of tho empire." Tho fact is the two immi
grations have, and, owing to the' vast dis
tances which separate their sources, can bavn,
no effect whatever upon each other. The
labor immigration which troubles America
and Australia has its sourco in Hong Kong,
which draws its supply from tho fertilo and .r ...,. ,. . , ; ,, ,ZZ.7n
, 1 a A i x ., I ArANTED By two single gentlemen; fnrnuhed
populous plains of tho two most southern , room sloam or furnace heated, nsoofbath.
provinces Kwangtung, and, in a smaller de- j J1
gree, Fukbuon. j location and terms. Stenographer, Citizens hunL.
Tho immigration to Russia really origi- I ; & .
nates in Manchuria, perhaps 2,000 to 8,000 1 -iy ANTED-Mrs Mary Barnard takes pleasure
milps fiwav frnm Pintfin. The Hanchnrfim ' In announcing to the Lullea of ichlta that
nines away iromcant ice Annicimrian.hewUIcutaiid dape aud c,To mstrucuous ,
immigrants go originally from the northern ' dressmaking for r:.J0, Louies win bring th-ir own
provinces of Chihli and Sliantung, and settle d pr Mrj. inard w.injU.,
over the Wide plains Of Alanchuria and Hon- ( Jlrs. JIary V. A. Uarnard, ri Iorth Main street,
golia,whenco some of thom straggle across , over I'cck'e music store. d HT-ttt
the frontier into tho valley of tho Amour, , -rTTANTED-TwosinglogvnUemen desire, with a
where they settle down to agriculture. If ' . private famllj, two c nifortabi- rooms
, , . . .? . heatfd, with board lo consist of breakfast and 0
all emigration from the southern provinces o'clock dinner References exchanged. Address
were stopped to-morrow, it Is doubtful , ' lockbox u city potontcc. d n;-it
whother a single Chineso tho moro would . -ly-ANTED To bet six hottv and lots against
cross the Kussian border. Tho story that' V other pre perty on Harrison twiiu tbe next
, . . . , , ., J ,. I president or will bet apart ol this propcrtv. 1. '1.
Chmese agents wore Studying the ground in .Teller at Hotukins S. Whectr'a, corner Douglas
Siberia in order to direct a current of cmi- and Market street. '!l;''n
cration there is abeurd on tho face of it t TTT, vr,.,,,,,,,, ,,.-.. .,r.'.T.W(ii
Manchuria and Mongolia, which aro Chinese
possessions, aro capable of holding as many
emigrants as China is likclvto send, and if
nv,:, m;i -ofi f rllw. r iW H
cnywhero it would be to tneso regions, not to
Siberia. But, in truth, Chineso officials of
nil ,-rl., , rarifminlir indifTnrMlt. fn omf.
all grades aro profoundlv indifferent to emi-
?. . twij 1 i i
graxion 01 any iau, uuu i suepuuw mem ul
directing it toward Siberia for political pur-
poses is to, give thom credit for far seeing
and ambitious designs which thoy are quite
incapable of harboring. Cor. London Times.
WTien Mrs, Langtry was in Paris recently
tho presenco also of ono of Errand's most
famous beauties, Lady de Grey, formerly
Lady Lonsdale, gave rise to a little compari-
sen between them. The Parisians seemed to
think that Mrs. Langtry was not so beautiful
us when sho was a trifle more slight, and they
wero inclined to givo tho apple to Lady d
Groy. The probabCitv is though that, with
tho world for judges, Mrs. Langtry would ba
considered tho moro beautiful woman. liew
Hallway Stocks and DcbtJL
Out of 237 representative railway stocks,
104 aro below par. Of these, only eighteen
aro worth SO per cent, and upward, whilo
forty-nine rango In value from 50 to 80 per
cent., and 07 are below 50 per cent., some
running' down to 1 or 3 per cent of their
nominal worth. Indeed, so far from being
surprised at railway insolvency, it does not,
In view of railway history in this country,
seem inaccarato to say that tho doniinant
American railway poLcy te to CGmuUte in
debtedness to the uttermost limit without Bet
ting bounds to borrowing and without premd
ingmcans pf payment.
A .T .,vf a tf mf .. il.eMr lafV,A rtllryefa
"" ui j 1J
indlffereat coaiJitiQn 01 tbe public raxed m ',
rcf crenco to raKwnv teuebtedness. Un Dec. '
SI, 1SS6, It amoantad to W77,000,000, a sum
nearly twice &s great as tho largest national
dAt wo ever owed. Per capita it is over C7.
Tho interest charge epen It was at the sad of
1SS6 $167000,000, or about 2. per capita
per ?nr!nm The debt it in tbij apect a na
tional burden, demanding h.o earnest atten
tion of tho poorle and tha aincerost consBder
ation of the wisest statesmen, lest it become
a bnrdea too great to be borne by tbe public
and our system of rail way become swxxnptd
in the mire cf banJcraptcy and repudiation.
Yet gravo and serious as aro tbe probluna
conoecd with it, the tttentica of neither
voter, lagklaJoT nor railway mtnager h
been turned to thenx-r-Forcta.
Some cf the English railway car ars
lighted by gas, others by ciL The lamps ore
dropped through and depend from tha roof.
and are lighted and coatrolkd from the top,
as there fa do way for an official to rttr the
carwhile the train is in njotfee If you wish
to darken the car, tnere is a very good and
ttemks arraagp-Mnt mnM &zr shade cr
curtain whicn alipa tmder tbe lais? and hrrU
cat aearly all of tha light- Hsma JcarntL
Ifr. De Masher f prettr bmrBaOd at r
freshect cs3orter--Aw-, mim, wocld yoa
si rr me aw one of thome aw dog
Prsety Barssaid (givicg him oateiaai bSa
cmia HereHthadoctiscait. Talwlsoatha
zacsandeati. CoUapat U Dm
AUnotlcmof Employment or Sitcatlona Wanted,
will be charged for at tha ratoot sto eeata perlino
per week: no notlca for leas than 25 cent.
All For Sales or other bnsineas notices will bo
charted for a the rate of 16 cants per line per week:
bo bcaiaeas notice taken for less th" SO cents.
T?ANTED Good boy fir deuvenr. Hvde A
Humble. dlia if
WANTED Threw farm hands; alt winter' job:
1G per month- i erocery c.erSs: 5 girls for
sraeral housework; JO coal miners; 2a railroad men;
b carpenters. If von want a job of any fcli:dvU at
room 5, over 35 L, Dougia. J. R. Keaworthy
TAN! ED Cash boys at Boston Store. dl3)-tf
"ITANTED Gentlemen who are Interested In
bus.ness education bort hand or teleijraphr
to rail at office touthvvrtera Business Colleco.
Night school re-opens Oct. first. 7.J0 o'clock, ta
trance to night school 400 E. Douglas ave. !C tf
WANTED A good girl to do central houe work
wanted at ill souih Market treeu rood
wng63vi!l ha paid to a thoroughly com p- tent Ctrl;
nous other n acted. It 61
"TT ANTED Aeoodsirl for general houaawork;
II no washing- must bo ood ctok. good vr..e
PAid rcferem.e required. No. 1-j North tVhter
strtet on Kairv'ew avenue car line. .Mrs. G. H.
Ulackw lder us tf.
"fT ANTED A girl to do general housework will
TV pay goodvinsrs to the rlubt kind of girl.
Apply to JU3S. Lawrence nvcnue dliSuS
"i VANTED Good siri at 135 Eannjii avenue
T dllS tf
'IAT ANTED A nrstclnssclrl to doceneral houMi-
v T wort. oue other need apply. &wcdc
Reffrencoi required. Ca!! at
Registry depart-neat, pOitofllto.
cool white eirl for centra1
at once. Apply Ul Wucoavouue'
WAN TrlD A good clrl O cook, wash and Iron
Apply at AC East Central av enur, d 117-Ct
"TT7"ANTED A good clrl for general boutwnork,
T Applj atonco with rvferenco to 5AJ West
Third street. d Ii7-Cxi
WAN1ED-A good Klrl for general hoa-eworV.
ANTED PI ret clash saleslady at Trade Palace
15.' N Main st
TT ANTED A good girl to do general house wonc.
W Apply at Fourth atlon.il bank. HGCt
WANTED Esportenced salesladies wanted at
the Enterprise fauty giols store. lK-it
"V17-IN1ED Situations as coor by man and
V wife. References exctanned. Address
Cooks, euro this odice. dlls u
V ANTEI Situation lnahardwarehoue. Hav
Tt li g had f-cventee jear e.'ierience In the
hardware mid tinpltti.eat bu.-tnt-,and I car. n 10
asl-t lu bookkeeping and steak the (iermanlai
guage. Address F. R. box iv On anburg, Kan.
r ANTED A situation In an office as a stene
'V rapher. References. Address F, care of this
d u; 6
"T7 ixNTED A situation as a clerk in a hardwnre
TT or grocery store hj n young man of eiperl
en:o. Best of relerentes furnished. Address E t
Eagle Oftice. l5-ftT
"WANTED By a middle aged lady vlth a boy!
t v aars old, a situation as housekeeper or any
place of trust, or tiie Mineral work of a small fumli
Appiyat once at SIC No.th Fifth avenue, opposite
Union depot Mrs. Dibbun. dllitt
TT7 ANTED Uy a yOung iady, a position In a
j yV private family to do plain or family sewing.
Apply ui uiae ai. i.v r. uougiaa iivu. liu or
WLNTED-Three nicely furnished si eplni: rooms
and one ettintr room In house v 1th bath room
and gas. Address K.. Eugle omce. 119 G
rANTED To rent, two u.ifurni-hed rcoms l.v
i lffiht hou'ckepplliir. oelweuu ilnlu strut
and Santa l"e railroad ami 111 rth of Douu a avenue
south front rooms preferred. Address si. Hint;
price, I. Jll., Wichita. Ks. dUi ttl
i"l WANTED Cjmforts to make to order, cheap,
t also qulltlne; done at 3J7 N. Washington. dllS u
"VV"ANTED I want a da.rymau with SO to 100 cows
V to take a lino milt ranch 1 will furnish
evcrvthint except cows and help. Handy to Hhlp
pln? point. 1 also want to buv a small linns' of one
or tworowins. Lno,ulre!Jll North Jlaln street
d 145 ft
' ciss-.enuomen inniers. Furnished 10 uns
ta,r-v ' day or week.
' "wa.vtei) Gool notes and account? to collect
' do a general coilis.t n- bnslnes I br
, lDem lu ul unce. uimxi reierences given, loor
' servant, D. a Williams, 311 Eat Douglas avenue,
; wicnita, Kan. dui-r
I T VT 1 ."rrnanm InnHlnl In flimf.h funr-norl
j "ittaNTED Some landlord to furnish two good
VV sl7l rooms together, on first floor, tot used
Ior a9IlmI1 ncat manufacturing business, ami taKo
I good property at a good bargain for renu Address
I "Manufacturer." care EaSio oaice. iu,6j
WANTED Pattern and model making-Patterns
of all descr'ptlons, experimental work
f r inventors a specialty wi1 turning, etc
C barges reasonable W b. Greening, corner Fifth
nnd fcecoud, over Globe lion wonts, from e a. in. lo 6
p. m. iC f
'f ANTEL To trale 2 good houses and I lots for
V anything, tall U N Main, over hfcaw's
muIc store, front room.
J WANTEU0te goo, ,, t.aI.oo00 fwl
W hard coal base burner. Apply at sx N Main.
ANTED Lad!e to know- that Mrs. Dourgett
YV has moved her dressmaking to 215 North I"o-
Is also wanting an apprentice.
WJ ANTED-To rent, small house. Inside, moder
Y ate rent, by Not 5. Address orfallatltoow
1, Clement building 2il N Main. M-V-
"rANTED 1.UW live tame pigeons delivered by
November lu; enuulre at i 0 bmytb A boiw.
"rANTED A stock cf good, two cors, tram.
V vatugonand harnes. and piano. 'Have good
property that will, nil 700 to exchange lor above.
Lloyd B. r rrrelL room . Forrell bulg. 110 tf
T ANTED To buy railroad tickets to all points
rilghesica'h price lorsu return portion 01
ttcceu Cheap riew aii poiois. v. u
Laker A, Co railroad tluiet broker,
17011 SaLE-Ouea Inch Colombia bicycl. near
JJ ly new. .saiilatXN IUid it dlt'Ml
"L7IOR SALE A boru-sof foar roonw, on cor&srof
X' Wichita and Third tre-t iust oe. nwTwl ic
ten days Can bo nd fct a bargain for cms. In-
.uire of o. w Bartboiomew. a u4-
TTOR SALE A thoroughbred Sety ball call.
X? very fiaily bred. od color lar zncu aad
toagne. and la ttt-rj ay an excellent calf. 1
e riths old. la gocd co:rton. ant win Kll rrrj
chtap. Irrlnftrauon. N04I K Dosgla are.
EORSALE-Aclcly farahbedhefl Sfttll elty
evcrytblng ne wjR u ery cbp Avpty
toRoftjilA Kean,NoKa,fr-dwIc bkrct. ItSU
TTOR SALE At a bargzJs. on npi of kor. hxr.
A nes and wirtm. co alaing pfe ad a
outtlTtUir. Eiij'ajrf of E A. Uoreey, 2U Jtaa
jtreet, or Goorge W. StanooJc Col UUi. itaa.
rOBiiALE rSfeebod roca t.bcatitr more j
atMl all kld boofcfcbold good tow for al Af- j
r4y Hotel Oaadolfo. room . au u
FOR SALE llnudrwrtore dole gfd !eltj
in Eti&ing town) Inst xsvailott It Ur tU.tr: lA.
regutrfd. raoa for oetltcg: part eah. tli&c Ut
ssjt porctar. lutx iaX Dcpair. H. IC'
"TTOKSALE 6cI boot. bwrt taud wrl!ier- TX
X: booas. bl&ss rc(j Uv MA boot sd 5e-gi
Uank. of ?7 tiiid. Jal orirrt pronitfflT aaJ.
el to. t all oa or addr ti wieilu. ELaclx. V xr
Ita. fc.n IU
T?ORSaLE TwofreS sBcb etrtr.
Ccs, X3 Eat DncgiaJ irnie.
POR SA LE ftsoclc aiid Sitsr of irvt M
rec. ftrOblae M tutloTtWf talacv
is tie city ot KBas. Kanr. in sriucJi rra.
wcrSrajea re sp-yL Hook ; for rtjioa
to partis c-firiug to pcrci. Oow ejrileBM
to rtre t ma til trlrjei. Aply td or addrw K
C. BUlisgi Esigjaa Aac Ht in
FOR bALK-TSx Jeadliig Uot asd tis kSsro
13 Djrado. Kafi s atd Cor. Trdrl
fa.s3 for rciijsg to snoi Cvb t-rrs c?y
-Iu b cnsrldred. Addrra A. li iiw3ts-i-. j
Dorado. Eac dtTde
Iyn SAL E Ot pair cf ssre ftan. . xnu
U 7LiZClsZer ti fare. ytsi "S&i S.vmat
H.twofA-rrc: wtib SS'Tored S&3
tfcd l tseitt, win tZk tOfV. srrtr beeseveU. txni
:4w03l. icrtdb cai If t.4r. K. CtlltfV
FIR SALE-Threo fine, th-roojrhbred HaiaW
tonlan hcres. willswH'ouUmaor trade for ob
encinnbered city property or land. J- A. lilteTrfc
N. -Main st.. second floor. MUCS
FOR SALE Don't fall to call at the Kentucky
Hat Mom and sco XP.o eleraat fall and winter nu
derwear Solid silt ur.dinsuiwaiice balbricrac, nan.
nels. etc Also a loll ltiiotthe beV hosiery, etovta.
bats and caps All will oe oSereo for tho next thirty
days at panic price. Kemeinber the ptxc M
N orth Main, old New York storo. dllf
EOIt SALE At HI cent on the dollar, all kfcda
of teatoys. and fancy c.xxl la silk, eicwlll vl)
at just what thev cost tn China for this tavalb. only.
Quonc Vs'aU, 5W Wot DocLis avc neat to Doaclia
avenue bold. IctZix
FOR RKNT IZeslUence A cwxJ two story elsht
room house on 'orth Emporia avnuo; coad
hous north of Kth street Is wuatn a Mock of W ,c
ita A subJrlan mctor Una; alo the North. Topk
avenne car line; w IU rent very cher If takeu for
six or twelve months by aifood family. Call npi
or addrev Mr. E. C Mann oimer East Central aad
Cowper street. College HM. .ojj
3?OR UENT A new 5-story 7. rooio ho-on S.
. Law-enco avenue t o sqnarr-" omh of Ham
street and three sqare from Water Jrrica.t
fcood stable and one actv cf cround. price iUU tr
month, lntiulre atS14 N. Lawrtno ave. dluett
TTOK KENTVItEL To famUy w'lh
X1 enoush tocare for horcs and row.
b-ivine thre remms. In juta part ot city. In-iulro
at 1M7 South Water trtC d II..
,TTOH ItENT-Cheap 3n!ce & room houses wUt
A? w lirs, p,nm- aud closets. They are rltUAlol
on Fanny avenue 4 bocks outb. of iousla otktno
motor Uco. luquiro at 23: N Market st. 14 bt
FOR RENT Kooras la the brick, corner of Tope
ka and DousIas avenue, two ew windov :n
ich room with water and racdrn convenlrc on
1U1) iloor; I he 1 ojiii.- are coat, clean and elroa
tent tb jwr tuouili Apply a" IT. furley's dfhtt,
iojma; S3 Ea.1 IKilxi avenue. 1(3 Sw
IOR KENT One l.ir-o nicely fnrnthe.1 front
room and one kmali furnlshctl room with
privliegu ot bath room.
boat in the city.
ji v aco are,
1?OKRENT A Mrco furnlshe.1 front room to ono
or two gcntlo'Jieu. In private family. Ken.
very reasonable Enquire lis N Markft. M4ir
T70R RENTElegnt furnLhl room. setUUo
I; for man and v. if e, vv ith &rsicLis board. IUh
English st 116
FOR RENT Two handsomely furslsacd rootrs.
w ith board, also a place lu a rouni fur outs la J ,
Inquire at aUCall h,uso. S. N ilarkett. !
irOR KENT A nicuty f uralshed front roo'msHiu
able fur two gentlemen at reosonaWe prkx
1 n qu 1 re i Iti Waco ave. I 4 e
"TTOR RENT Nicely furnth(l rooms with l-nl
Jl 1- private family. Call or address C3 1 N TwkJ
I?OR RENT One nlcoly furnUhil room
. 7, third lioor Uutier block, 219 S. Mala.
IOR RENT Nicely rurnUhrvl nwms with or vTltb
. oat board. SO West :-vcoud trcet. dl 1J
irtlU RENT Three floors nod good rll(ir. vrh
A elevator and warehotLso scales, iu rwirof !K E
Douglas, an encellenl location for
house. Inquire ot J. M. Allen .. Co.
1TOR RENT CheaV rooms for hnuseksplns or
X sleeping room or will rem the Cat of 5 rtiotDi
reasonable J.T. Iwrsey. Sb North Jlaln. 1U tf
"CjVOR RENT A dairy larm f.r the vvuur months
Jk.1 Apply at liUS Campbell avmuo. Thwiiav I
yOR RENT tlood ofHCi. with l-rfect light anj
JL vcntllnttoii. In the bedgw.(b. as tow us IS pr(
mouth. Apply at office. No. Mi, second floor. 1' J.
Collins. a,;euU IST-tf
"rANTED To loan money in sums of lliyand
II upwards on Improved farm and city pniferiy
nt C toTiwr cent Inteiestaud very low coMtnlsstoa
bpwlal terms on birku joans and ftrstolass btistnrm
proiHrty. I havodlrtct arrangementa vrlth p,ir I
loaning money and do not havo to iddle loans
around This nottie means Just what 11 says. Na
110 E Douglas ave. Irvlu Mratton. U0
rANTEI To loan money on hort or long tliu
t on chattels, personal security or real esta.o
Jlorrls A Rood, i ethhoimer building Ui 4t
"W ANTED To loan money; money; money; tiut-
OO to loau on chattel security; 4Uu to loan
on reat estate purchaso morlgaees $jtu,l) to lom
on lmproTed farm and city prortr. Call al rvoni
3.1 fcedgwlck blocs. N D. Ihurmar.
"TIT ANTED Money to loan on good chattel iH'ctir
VV lty. Money lonntst on household gootl.
pianos Ac and on weekly and monthly irtntati
ments. W S Woliaston. room J. S. E cor 11rl
and Main, over Fourth National bank. dllT U
-TTTANTEDTO LEND MONEY-()n short time in
V small amounts ,Dcau Gordon IK soiitii Mala
street, dU tf
"rANTED. To lend f-2.00 on chnttel security
and second innrtgages comtilfitsl. Ixwcsl
rates tn the cit. Vvlil not loud lew than 1W.
I mess v our chattels arc first class. ad tHjtty la
r-al estate large, do not Imiuhe Call at nrafB 3M,
fceilg-w tck i.ulldlng. WIlIiIIu. Kan. 1 tf.
"Tf AN1 ED We hare monoy to loan on five years
t time on city nud farm property; aWoonsbort
t!mi on mortgages and notes, bnrpard C Clmwr.an
Mortgage comiMtiy. 'JU5 btslgwlck bulldlug. dfifctf
A 7 ANTED Choice building loans,
Goo M Uoyd.V-Co.
"rANTED To loan money on Itnprorrd fnrtna,
lowest rates with th privilege of pujlivut
nny tlmt without a bonus, b T Major, room Jii
bodgwlcl bl'.k dlKtf
llTANTrl) tholre building loans, goo.1 rate
Y Oeo M. Royd tc Co 154 U
-17 ANTED To lend money at r. pet ronton fanns
TT and improved central city prwporty on toag
time at ti per cent and a reasonable cortitntln. No
delay where tha Ullu Is good. J. E. Uumpluey
TITANTED Tomakercme nrt cla city loan
for lx or iwelro months. Kansas lu.in and
Investment Co.. ovor W lchlU Ntlnml bank WKf
"I"ANTED Borrowers for money on Brst mort
gage on farm. If you watrt to nwew yor
old loans at a lovr !( of Intrrr-t call on us.
ta Ranking Co, ?o. lis vv Lkai2)as aro.
TTT ANTED Cholco U
Iosnv good ratss.
yy q jj jj0yd&Co.
V A.Tt.D IlOrrOWer" f
curtty loan, and Lwud xind raurigagckon f&rui.
Vlchlta banking Ou.. No. Uo VVMt Dougla are.
E0E SALE 0E EX0HAN0E
IORSALL OIlEXCHA.SCfK- l,rotrtoat.Ml
X north nd south, farmn front liu acre up to iv.
10U acrrx improTed and nnlMytovtd city irvvrir
in ainioet every town in KanMut and alwi In tlfisoie.
It joii bav anything to eii or triwio call a&d
me. oOice hoar from B to 13 tu . and JK 1 . ux.
room C Oetto biock. A J MKortb. '(If.
PORTRADK-newand eind hand b-iggUt
Ldrtonn. carriage and vai,oE.
1 Ion hor power boiler and :ng!no.
2.Uj worth of ngrleuitwral implement eoa-lstiB
of t'lowo. corn planter, oimj Filing DatcJKiLn. etc
2 flra protjf rafes
10deilry wagon, all tlnde.
2 tntlie grocery toek, alo part of UKt..
1 stock dry gcSn
I Ifty tbouxand irris western land.
1 WoEct flituros all devrlptlwas.
Ai .and tn llltnoU. Uuwun. Arianjwi and
All property lltd with n srlll mvite prop
attention at ths Lal(d Mals Tntdle C '
and 2J ortb Main sc formerly Jlata btrt. Ta
tr building, Wleblta. aUn. &tsl
FOR EXCHANGE-To tradern asd ' rrybodr sj
The Knwu aUtrsct gecy will fttrs!Ii vi
b-lrct to any UuUXtt Um iti of Eaatwun lw
dUgracv. dewripooas im1 iiaf t
KAiuMit AbMract Acccr, routui 1 w 1, W
UarketU.. Wichita, Kn J V VbIr. ar.
STORAOK-rirboeseboMroods or &:
buzedorlcoM. If cm t ay nsU y &
brW ibsiuj to tt WJL Mrt C, No. IU wwt
J literal f!rrd wUl le paid lot hi. r4iM9 by
c. a hwrtb-
JWT-Onew&drsrtbetea (Ae-tJ3d nd
J Micasi: km aad otiit. YvjS.ttr'i&
plixv ;-- tt zo at tbh cS(. d Ilt-M.j
sj-virrvu a rldlikrt &1 cfc!o.
J? b r etlBsr at TrlaU tier.
Tnrli3 itri! ?, cuy.
OUND-A tsfMln ad tiU&s. ir hJut trr -
JJ MU t
, at tbe Vi icLiU. ric Jmh. 11 (. i u
STOLrN Frc35 bsrrr Jaaitr la frwst of r"
Cet tn s Mart r , S. i, a Up . t$t
c 1 tide M 11 'JAvr. WJffpcy fonrw Jr
L r isd.?s yuriur' i
rr,AKKSV?-rturTmsi'r JV i-
i bylJgta fc. p. rri:raes.f
eoaes- jd jaysar casrsm.
IJlunk note bsvikji for! at tM ofSos.
Orde-m fay mail promptly attend to. Ad
drew The Wichita KxhiX, Vt'iciilU. Kan.
ewtal ta Tosjrfct? TrMtM.
We have a complcv. lias of hooka aad
blanlu tx required by the towsaaip tra.
tee. townxhip trerr. Ja4c of U
pK, co&xtabie and roJ GTnzm?. Cirder
orotnptly SUL CrrwrjwadwBde rslisiiL
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