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A COURT ROOM SENSATION
KANSAS ClTt. Sept. 14 Great excite
ment was created in the court-room in
Kansas Citr, Knn., this morning, at the
trial erf Millie PfalTmann, who is charged
with wrecking the Juvenal residence with
dynamite, when Juvenal attempted tOKiil
Lawyer John Hale. For several oaya
Juvenal has been making threats asainat
Hale's life for claiming that Juvenal pois
oned ilrs. Juvenal. John Hale is Misa
PXaffmann's lawyer. As the witnesses
ana others were entering tlie court room
this morning they were asked to give up
any weapons they had. Several dozen of
Tarious sizes and" kinds of revolvers were
thus gathered. Juvenal saw Hale give up
his revolver in the court room. Just before
the trial Juvenal suddenly drew a dagger
from inside hii vest and made a savage
lunge at Hale, cutting him severely in the
hand. Lawyer Hale immediately drew a
small Derringer pistol ' from his vest
pocket, but before he could use it he was
disannul. Juvenal was disarmed, and is
now closely guarded. Tuere is a good
deal of talk of lynching him. The general
opinion is that he is insane. His wite,wno
died Saturday from poisoning, was buried
CXXCBTCATI, Sept. 14. Mis Ava has
found friends in the women of the Wom
an's Christian Temperance uniou. One of
the members of that organization, whose
duty it is to visit the jails, brought her to
day some necessary clothing. This was
done after they had received assurances
from the Chicago society that she had been
a contributor to the funds of that city,
and she regards this as a proof of the Bib
hcan injunction, "Cast thy bread upon the
waters." When asked if she had any plans,
sue quickly said yes the ladies were to
arrange for a lecture, and with the pro
ceeds she would return to Chicago. I
am not afraid to return," said she, for,
like Mohammed, who was not a Christian.
I can say, with God on my side, I hav a
majority;" and then, laughing, she added,
"and if I am Madame Blavatsky, and gift
ed with occult powers, reappearing after
cremation, I certainly should not fear
mortal man." It is nosv said that she will
be given a medical examination to deter
mine whether or not she is insane. Io
matter what the result may be, her singu
lar disapperrance in Chicago on W ednes
day and her still more puzzling reappear
ance in Cincinnati on Friday night, will be
SCIENCE IN BREAD MAKING.
Attho recent anuual meeting of the
American Chemical Society, held in
Washington, D. C, the question of the
value of carbonate of ammonia as a leaven
ing agent in bread, or as used in baking
powders came up for discussion, in which
Prof' Barker, of the-University of Penn
sylvania, and president of the society; Dr.
Richardson, late of tho United States De
partment of Agriculture in Washington;
Dr. Wm. MrMurtrie, late Prof, of Chem
istry in the University of Illinois; Dr. E.
H. Bartley, late Chemist of the Brooklyn,
N. Y.. Board of Health, and Prof, of
Chemistry of the Long Island College,
and others took part
The consensus of opinion was over
whelming in favor of the employment of
ammonia. It was stated as a fact that
ammonia rendered the gluten of the flour
more soluble than the original gluten,
and that the bread in which this aetiou
was produced by carbonate of ammonia
must ue more aigestinie ana nence more
healthful, and because of the extreme vol
atility of carbonate of ammonia, and its
complete expulsion from the bread in the
process of baking, It Isoneof the most use
ful, most healthful and most valuable
leavening agents known.
These conclusions are borne out by the
very elaborate and exhaustive experi
ments made bv Prof. J. W. Mallet, of the
University of Virginia, which show con
clusively that breAd made with a baking
powder in which one per cent, of carbon
ate of ammonia is used, in connection
with cream of tartar and soda, is not only
of uniformly better color and texture, but
n product more wholesome, becauso tho
ammonia serves to neutralize any organic
or lactic acids present in the flour.
St. Louis, Sept. 14. The particulars of
n horrible and bloody duel which took
place yesterday at Venice (Ills.) landing
reached here this morning. Two negroes
-Grant Wood and Dick Oliver quarreled
about a woman, and both agreed to fight
it out with knives. They clinched each
other's left baud and began tho fight,
which resulted in a fatal finis. They
blashed at each other's neck, head, face
and body with fearful rapidity while
making the air livid with oaths. While
the Btrnggle was at the fiercest the negress
btruck Oliver on the head with a club,
felling him to the ground. While Oliver
was prostrate Wood drew his revolver and
shot him in the hip. Despite his terrible
wounds, and with the blood running
down his body in streams Oliver got up
and the desperate men renewed tho battle.
In this encounter Wood was stabbed in
the heart, falling to the ground dead.
Oliver's wounds are fatal.
ClXcrKXA.Tr, Sept. 14. Official action on
the famous case of the ringer entered as
PoltBadget on September 7, on which
occasion this horse won the race, to the
dismay of bookmakers aud race-goers, was
promulgated by the Latonia jockey club
today. The executive committee finds
that William Brannon and Richard M.
Brannon, who were present at the track
and participated in the fraud, and John
B. Brannon, who was in charge of and
wagered on said horse on receipt of a tele
gram from Cincinnati, and who had
guilty kuowledge of the fraud and profited
by it, and WUiam Jorg, of Brooklyn, N.
X., who claims the ownership of the horse
called Polk Badget, and who agreed by
telegraph tc produce him at Latonia, but
has failed to do so within the time named
by himself, were all conspirators in tho
preparation and running of said fraudu
lent race and all of them are ruled off the
J. W. Wernberg of Brooklyn, whose
check for $3,000 was part of the considera
tion paid by one of the Brannons for the
horse Tanner, and also said Brannons.are
warned to produce the bay gelding Tan
ner, 5 years old, by Long Taw, out of
Mollie Hart, to the secretary of the La
tonia Jockey elub on the grounds of the
club on or before Monday, the 21st day of
September instant, for inspection and
identification, and until said day said
Wernberz and said horse Tanner are sus-
j pended from the privileges of the turf.
7 GRAVESEXD, L. L, Sept. 14. This was
the opening dav of the fall meeting or tne
Brooklyn Jockey club. The meeting
promises to be the most sensational ever
held on account of a war between the city
pool rooms aud the Western Union Tele
graph company on one side nnd the
Brooklyn Jockey club on the other' Win
ners today were: Dr. Hafbrouch, Belle
vue, Yorkville Belle, English Lady, Tri
angle, Air Plant and Virgie.
ClXClKKATl, Sept. 14. Winners at La
tonia today: Joe Walton, Orville, Borka,
Readina, Ollie Glenn, Happiness.
CHICAGP. Sept. 14. Garfield park win
ners: Bill Nye, Eolem, Addie, Guido, Rag
TOPEKA, Kan., Sept. 14. The races at
the fair this afternoon consisted of one
for foals of 1800, haif mile hetts, purse
S100, and tho 2.30 class, trotting, purse
400. A tent is erected where pools on
races are being sold. The yearling race
was won by Hoseleaf In two straight heats,
with Silver Scoff second. The secoud,
after a hotly contested race of six heats,
was won by Charlie Russell, with Bessie
A LEGAL SHARK.
Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 14, The case of
R. B. Albertson of Seattle, the attorney
accused of concealing stolen property in
connection with the Fidelity bank rob
bery, was called today In court. He Is a
cousin of Edwin Albertson, the defaulter.
Before the case was opened the original
charge was dismissed and ono of grand
Thomas E. Wallace, president of the
Fidelity bank, testified that on Saturday
night, Aug. 22, Albertson absconded with
the bank's money. At 5 a. m. Monday
morning he received a letter from Edwin
Albertson, which he read in court. The
latter enelosed an agreement to be siened
by Wallace that he would not prosecute
Albertson if the latter returned $000,000
hi the bank's securities which he had
stolen. The letter directed Wallace to
meet a man named Chandler, to whom he
should deliver a signed agreement to not
prosecute, aud receive in return all the
stolcu securities Wallace signed the
agreement. He testified that he met
Chandler and received back the securities,
with a promise that ho would Also receive
back $10,000, or half, of tho amount of cash
Several other witnesses corroborated
Wallace's testimony. The object was to
show that the defendant had aided the de
faulter iuprepariug the agreement to nob
prosecute borore tne roDnery was com
mitted, and that he knew all about it and
was a party to it. The case will be con
VETERANS AND PIONEERS.
KEXSINGTOX, Kan., Sept. 14. Special.
The citizens of Kensington are making
nrrangomeuts for a two days' reunion of
old soldiers and old settlers and the cele
bration of the fourth anniversary of the
town on Sept. 25 and 2G. Some ol the first
day attractions will be speech by General
Rica of Fort Scott; also speeches by many
old settlers and old soldiers; a martial
Iviud contest, horse racing, foot racing,
rtc., ending with an ola fashioned camp
fire in the evening, for which the state
tents have been secured. At 1 o'clock on
the second day, ex-Governor George T.
Anthouy will "deliver a speech to the
Ubsombled multitude. A cornet band con
test for a liberal prize, a gun clab contest,
nnd a game of base ball for a purse of $250
iiitd the championship of northwest Kan
Ms will be interesting Ieaturcs of the last
TOO MUCH WATERMELON.
GrrrniuK, O. T., Sept. 14. A govern
ment inspector, just in from the Cheyenne
uud Arapahoe Iudian reservations, tells of
a large number of strange deaths among
the members of those tribes. For nearly
n week they have been holding a grand
dance on Washita river. They dance all
jiight and during the d.iy feast on melons,
lxih green and ripe During the past two
days nearly 100 Indians have fallen un
conscious during the dance, and fully half
of them died. Scores of others are very
bick. The dance was started bv the Indi
ans to appease the evil spirit and to drivo
nwKy malarial fever, which has been prev
nlent ninonc tho trbes all summer, caus
ing several hundred deaths.
A SWIMMING MATCH.
WORCHESTER, Mass., Sept 14. A mile
pwimmiuu match between Robert P.
Magee, swituuuug instructor of the Man
hattan Athletic club, .John Leavitt of
Newton aud James L, McCusker of
Lowell, took place on Lake Quinsigainoud
on Saturday, aud was won easily by Mc
Cusker, who is now the champion of
Auiarica, McCusker's performance was
xxmarkablo, as it Wats the world's record
for still water swimming, which was S
juinutes 19J second.-, made by J. J. Col
lier at Holltngstrorth Lake, Englaud.Aujr.
Fargo, N. D , Sept. 14. Judge Cald
well, in the Uimed States circuit court
Shis morning, delivered an opinion in the
wheat inspection cases, both judges con
curring. The railroad commissioners and
be wheat inspectors am perpetuallv en
joined from interfering wuli the move
ment of wheat in transit, suoh action being
deemed. an interference with interstate
commerce, and therefore illegal. The in
junction does notapply to the state courts.
TOPBKA,Kan., Sept. 14 R AL Eadv, for
ten year past editor and manager o"f thfe
Hutchinson News, and oue ot the most
prominent Republicans of the state, is, in
the city today, on his way to Chicago. He
has severed bis couuecuon with the News
buoonie a member ot tne editorial stall
f the Chicago luter-Oeean.
Is oae of the chief blessings of evervhome,
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New York, Sept. 14. Charles Adolphe
Piuetone, the Marauis do Chambrun and
Marquis de Amargille, legal advisor of the
French government in this Country, died
yesterday at the Chelsea apartment house.
He had been ill for some time.
Salem. Mass., Sept. 14. Honorable
George B. Loring, ex-minister to Portugal
and formerly commissioner of agriculture,
died suddenly this morning of heart
trouble. He was 74 years old.
Pimples, blackheads, red, rough and oily
skin prevented by Coticura Soap.
Washington, Sept. 14. The 4K per
cent, bonds received at the treasury de
partment for continuance at 2 per cent,
nowamouut to S24.654.700. The 4per
cents, received at the treasury department
for redemption amount to 812,900,700. The
heavy drafts upon the treasury balance
since the first of the month in redeeming
4i per cent, bonds have reduced the net
balance in the treasury, which on Sept. 1
was $00,000,000, to 48,000,000.
A LECHEROUS BRUTE.
New York, Sept. 14. Robert Boll, assis
tant sexton of Calvary church, at Twenty
first street and Fourth avenue, was ar
raigned in the Yorkville police court to
day, charged with a revolting crime. Six
of "his victims (little girls ranging in age
from 14 to 10 years) confronted him. The
story of the girls revealed a series of hein
ous crimes extending over a period of ton
months. The prisoner was held without
bail for examination.
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 14. The New
York Central today broke all records of
fast time for long runs of passenger trains.
A special train of three private cars and an
engine made a run ot 43GV miles, from
New York to East Buffalo in 440 minutes,
including three stops, one of which occu
pied 1)4 minutes. The speed for over
seven hours as at about a mlle-n-minute
Leavexworth, Kan., Sept. 14. Not
long since a disease of unknown character
began to make serious ravages among the
herds of cattle in this vicinity, even at
tacking milch cows in town. The state
veterinary surgeon wss called to investi
gate the disease. He concluded his exam
ination of the diseased cattle today, and
pronounces the disease to be well devel
oped Texas fever. Qaarantiuo regulations
will bo ordered.
Philadelphia, Sept. 14. Four men,
laborers, employed by Richard Coy, a juuk
dealer, were drowned In the Delaware
river here today by the upsetting of a
skiff. The victims are John Flnnek.
James Conley, James McGadroy and John
McAleer. They were nil unable to swim
The bodies were recovered.
HUNTING A RAPIST.
Usiov. S. C, Sept, 14. Bob Woodson
(coiored yesterday made a criminal as
sault upon Mrs. Jackson Powell, living at
the almshouse. The screams of the woman
brought her husband to the scene. The
negro knocked him down and escaped. A
large party is looking for him, and it
caught he will be lynched, in which event
he will be the seventh necro lynched in
this section for a similar offense.
A BURNING HOTEL.
Meridian-. Miss , Sept. 14. The South
ern hotel, a five-story building in course of
erection and nearly completed, at a cost of
150.000 Is ou fire. The firemen think they
will be able to save all except the two tip
per tories. Several meu have been severely
A TARIFF RULING.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 Aotmg Secre
tary Spauldiug has instructed the&urveyor
of customs at Omahe. Neb., to admit
filtering cloth for beet sugar machinrv
free of duty under pnragrann 337 of the act
of OcU 1, 1SP0. ""
TH E COTTON PICKERS.
CHARLESTON, a C, Sept. 14. The presi
dent of the Colored Alliance in Florence
county says thttt the Humphreys circular
has been received and distributed, nnd
that tbe members of the Cotton Pickers
Alliance in that county stootd work on
Weather Bureau, 1
Department of Agriculture. V
Wichita, Kan., Sept. 14. 1891. )
Forecast for Wiohita and vicinity
Fair, nearly stationary temperature, fol
lowed by cooler Wednesday.
The hizhest temperature was SS", the
lowest 61 and the mean 74, with warm,
cloudless weather; fresh, southeas to high,
southwest wind and falling barometer.
For the past three years the average tem
perature for the month of September has
been 66, and for the 14th day 67.
Fred L. JOHNSON, Observer.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 14. Forecast
until 9 p. m. Tuesday:
For Kansas Fair; southerly winds;
slight changes in temperature.
For Missouri Fair; stationary tempera
ture; southerly winds.
THE ARMY SHOOT.
Chicago, .Sept. 14. The army rifle and
carbine competition for 1891 is over. In
the distinguished class Blacksmith Keiser
won the first prize, Corporal P. M. Hoke
the second, and Corporal E. H. Steiner the
third. The respective scores were 5S0. 562
and 530. The army carbine team will be
as follows: Ssrgeaut H. Houser, Corporal
M. F. Mitchell, Sergeant J. T. Jackson,
Sergeant M. Roher, Sergeant F. E. Foy,
Private J. B. Foley, Captain W. H. Hall,
Sergeant G. J. Henry, Sergeant J. Holl
man. The first four will be awarded gold
medals and the last six ilver ones.
Sergeant Roe won the Chicago Tribune
pur.se of $100; Sergeant A. C. Austin, won
the Chicago Inter Ocean ."purse of lOO.ind
Sergeant B. Merwm won the S. B. Kirk
purse of $50. Lieutenant O'Brien won the
Chicago Herald gold piedal; Lieutenant
W. H. Hughes won the'Tribune gold
medal; Lieutenant Ramsey won -the Inter
Oceau gold medal: Lieutenant O'Brien
won the Shirley company's medal, and
Lieutenant Colonel Hotchkiss, L N. G.,
won the Montgomery, Ward & Co. medal.
THE KANSAS STATE FAIR.
TOPEKA, Kan., Sept. 14. The state fair,
which will continue throughout the week,
opened today with fine weather and the
race track in good condition. The agri
cultural and dairy departments are an im
Erovement over any previous year's ex
ibit, some of the corn being phenomenal
in. size. The livestock display is also un
usually fine. It is not unlikely that parts
of these displays will be incorporated into
the Kansas exhibit at the world's fair.
Tho Texas exhibit arrived tonight, and
will be opened to the public on the
grounds tomorrow morning. It occupied
two cars and they will be placed on a side
track near the center of the grounds on
Wednesday morning. Governor Hubbard
oT Texas, who is in charge of the exhibit,
will speak from the grand stand at 10
o'clock. The exhibit will remain here
over Thursday. Governor Hubbard is very
popular in Topeka, his speech at the deep
harbor convention in this city two years
ago having made him many admirers all
BosTOX, Sept. 14. Boston: Runs 1, base
hits 4, errors 5. Chicago: Runs 7, base hits
8, errors 1. Pitchers, Hutchinson and
Philadelphia, Sept. 14. Philadelphia:
Ruus 13, base hits 15, errors 5. Cleveland:
Runs 8, base bits 6, errors 6. Pitchers,
Brooklyx, Sept. 14. Brooklyn: Runs 5,
base hits 9, errors 4. Cincinnati: Runs 11,
base hits 19, errors 0. Pitchers, Carruth
ers and Mullane.
New York, Sept. 14. New York: Runs
9, base hits 8, errors 3. Pittsburg: Runs:
4, base hits C, errors 0. Pitchers, Rusie
Louisville, Sept. 14. Louisville: Runs
3, base hits 5, errors '2. Boston: Runs 7,
base hits 11, errors 5. Pitchers, Stratton
St. Louis, Sept. 14. St. Louis: Runs 7,
base hits 9. errors 2. Baltimore: Runs 4,
base hits 12, errors 6. Pitchers, Rettgor
Columbus, Sept. 14. Columbus: Runs
10, base hits l'J, errors 1. Washington:
Runs 2, hits 5. errors 5. Pitchers, Knell
Milwaukee, Sept. 14. Milwaukee
and Athletic game postponed on account
A LUMBER STRIKE.
Ottawa. Ont., Sept. 14. Two thousand
men, mostly French-Canadians, employed
in the sawmills here, struck today for a
reduction of hourj and an increase in
wages. The lumbermen say that they
will not yield.
Bar Harbor, Me., Sept. 14. Secretary
Blaine and family will probably leave Bar
Harbor on Saturday, Sept. 19, for Augusta,
where they expect to remain about a
WASHlXGTOX, Sept. 14. Of tho 1.46S.00O
ounces of silver offered to the treasury de
partment today 343,000 ounces were pur
chased, rauging in price from 50.9S to
Washixgtox, Sept. 14. The president is
expected to return to Washington tomor
row from Cape May.
Final settlement of D. M. Kirkbride,
administrator nnd trustee of T. Coop, de
State of Kansas vs. Captain Maher on
trial and postponed.
Paddy C. Strong vs. James S. Campbell,
tried by court.
The case of Charles A. Sinclair vs. J. C.
Williams was on trial by jury in this court
State of Kansas vs. John Bush dis
missed. Mary E. Trumlo. formerly Mary E.
West, vs. R. C. Willis et al. verdict for
Sturdevant & Sturdevant vs. C H.
Tucker judgment for plaintiff for $49.
Tlogs Help Kach Other to a Drink.
The fountain on the Clark 6treet side
of the county building was $he 6cene of
a very funny incident the other after
noon. Two degs. water spaniels, were
trotting north when they caxne to this
place and stopped for a drink. They
weri both thirsty, but neither was tall
enough to reach the trough, and they
talked the matter over as dogs will, and
wondered why they had not been treated
with as much consideration as had the
horses. Presently they solved the prob
lem. One of them ranged himself under the
edge of the trough, and tho other, rest
ing his foro feet upon his companion's
back, was able to reach into the pool and
slake his thirst. When he had finished
he hopped down, seemed to say the wa
ter wasgood. and then in turn ranged
himself under the edge of tho fountain
and the other reached up for the drink
he had earned. When he was satisfied
they trotted away together, as well con
tented as any man could be who had
met a problem and vanquished it. Chi
"Goodness, John I How queer babj
looks. I believe he is going to have a fit."
"By Georgel I believe you -e right.
Where's my camera?" Indianapolis Jour
When 1 see Wealth and Ccpfd
Hon a bitter race,
I'll bet ca Capid 10 to 1
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popular remedy known.
byrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
5ii raAsusco, CAL
WlXSYiUS, XT. ttW T0&K, S.7.
Herman & Hem' flO suits are daddfe.
400 E. Dongl&s avenne, 10l-tl
A One Sided Bargain.
The champion horse trade of the vicin
ity took place recently. A well known
Lee jockey feenred a showy colt, and
hied himself to the Dale to eee the boys.
When he came back be was drivinfr a
I fine black horse, leading a good bay,
while tnere roiioweu nenina a pair of
oxen, a cow. an old row and eight pg&
Sutrar la CJtrrtr.
An enthusiast on tbe Eubject states
that each head of clover is competed of
about sixty dtsonct flower tnbes. and
each of these contain sagar not to ex
ceed the five-bfcndredth part of a grain.
The proboscis of ihb beaey bee meat,
therefore, be inserted iato 500 clover
tubes before one grain of sigar can. be
obtained. There are 7,003 grains in a
j pocmL and as lieoey contains three-
fourths of its weight of dry segar each
poand of cferrer boner would represent
j the insertion of it proboscis into 200,-
Children Ciy JorJPifchir Qton
THE WICHTTA EAGLE
OL M. XUBDOCK BBO, Prop)
tiithograpliers. Publishers, Printers,
Stationers, Binders, and
One of the most oMiplets Job Priatfrr OfiSoM is ths
8tate. Letter Heads, Bill Head, Cards, Catalogues,
Price Lists, Premium lists, Stock Certificates,
Checks, Drafts, Book Printing, te. News and
Job Printing of all kind.
All branches of Lithographing, Bonds, Checks,
Drafts, Bill Heads, Letter Heada, Cards, etc Wo
have iirst-olass designers and eifTXTora.
Wedding Invitations and Annomncemaat Cards,
Luncheon Cards, Calling Cards, afe.
Blank Books of ail kinds made to order, Bank, City,
County, and commercial work a specialty. Sols
agents for Kansas, Oklahoma and the Indian Terri
tory for Bronson's Patent Automatic LeTel Joint
Binding. Endorsed by book-keepers, bankers and
tranty officers. Nothing made equal to it for
strength and flat opening. Will opn at any page,
and lie perfectly fiat when opened at any part of the
fcook, permitting writing across both pages as easily
as one. It is the only book that will open out per
fectly flat from the first pama to the last, thus enabl
ing one to write into the iold as easily as at any part
ef the page. Send for circular.
BINDING, B t a p bl a tn
Magazine, Law Book and PaMpUsi binding of al)
kinds, reblndinf , eta
AU kinds of Legal Blanks for city, county and
cownship officers, Deeds, Mortgages, Abstracts,
Keceipt and Note Books, Heal stat and Rental
Agency Books and Blanks, Attorney's Legal
County Officers' City Officers' "-
Books and Blanks;
Books and Blanks.
Bank and Corporation
Htfrographiifc printing and boekmsktif
Complete outft furnished for abstracters, abstract
blanks, take-aff books, tracers, and ail kinds ol
blanks used by abstracters.
Of every kini as used by lawyers, reai estate agents,
county, city & township cSflicsrs Justica of tka
peace books and blanks.
For Township Offieers.
we hare a complete line of blanks and books suck as
are used by township officers.
caajsioriNo taries jfubllo, corpora
tions, stock companies, lodges, eta
Orders filled promptly. Also stock
certificates for corporations and
etock companies, either printed as
lithogranad 1a elegant deaitf.
Attorney's Pocket Dockets. ,
" JTh Lawyara "Vade Mecum" can ba waft 1b any Stat
ana in any court. Tfie roost complata ad conTon
lentpocjcet docket ever published, with two Indexes
an alphabetical index and a diary Index; shows at a
glance just what date a lawyer has a case In court:
keeps a complete record of the case. Handsomely
bound in flexible baolc a convenient size to carry ia
the pocket. Endorsed by attorneys everywhere.
tanrminm ttronr eaaSMaMUlwivwMua
fcT? .haxtidsarib aeth J4tell Dim
State of laiUa. H writ u ten"
dbite meat eeeapUt wul ceMto w t tU
T .... ... at with. ltUStftMbOW t&
Cafesald)" aUU4 T& Lawjart Yi Mkwl"
Frlce of docket HLOO.
areas upon receipt or 91.07. Address,
SL P. MUBUOClt,
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tad nnd It fry cara!at d w mH f
kaap!&a,cm:tBiaoru4IMfc uut. It W
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Tow Ht tfttnXtf,
W. s. JWfxaia, cir Awmtr,
By mail postpaid to any a&
TJOB WIOHITA HAGML
Buslnaas Manager. "Wichita, Kansas,
8000 COPIES rnoH oxb owqixju.
WrltUc. Crwriag. Maatc. ts. Of TrsarWilte
urrrzns 1B0O COPIES m.ybitixc
flrwa ONE vrtslaal. nmzmniti rf n
Tfe Eaoui i " r & ml tk
them aueklM, rt MpplU. ato.
XMnm JL F. KURDOCX.
? - crz i..-.. nnmhar rrf .rmroOTiKa cuia ior um
in Premium iJste-canget them oat on snortar aotlca
nrtat tvoa f &om Tor that, especial irorfc Constttatlcwi
S tSSTtm Lodges,iBulldln LoanAnaaci
Sehool Reeords, Etc
We desire to call the attention of county .0Jfa;
Undents, scnooi aistnoi; olliBaMiLr rlZrZ
line or school publications as given JgafJ0??!
records and books are now Deia nsd Jgetogggrj
Quite a number or countlea, audaffWrrtoany
t&amarkatc Classification TeBeoBeccjdof
ADDortloomant or State and County scnooi ,?
size), Eecord of Teachers' Ability, . CPCf SJS&l a1
E6f orriciai Acw. -JiSfJt?:
nual Statistical BeportaSohool J". SSSI
Record, School DlstrfctTreAuria 2???v?Sh$J
Cleric's Order Book, School TtacJsJOaPajaaw,
achool District BoundariaBocrdMjara g7
ST Baoatota, Tuition Normal Jg2S 5g
Teacher's fcaainaUon, BatWr iToaaai Iaaaita.
Orders on Treasurer, &rdrsoa NorIagaaaa
Loan and Investment Companies.
Books and blanks. Oar lxanaafMarinowuaa
toy loam coMpanlea generally.
The Daily Egle.
Eteht pagas-Contaliis tha day a nsitssoaAtaci
gress dispatches in iuu, avu wa jv ww
ample copy frae.
The Weekly Eagle.
Etaht naze-Oontains more state and general nrr
anTeaJKrn dispatches than any weekly paper Satna
ISStS TheWst market reaortaupto the hour
orgotegtopreaa. Sample copy free.
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