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&qggrm'gpp SSW-' . Iftje IBlicftita gailg gaglc: lut-rsilag ptoraiiig, gcwemftcr 30, 1893. FINANCEANDCOMMERCE WIOHTrA MAEKET3 The Receipts of Stock at the Wichita Union Stock Yards for the past 24 hours were: Cattle. 105; Hogs. 171. Shipments: Cattle, 24; flogs, 100. Wichita, Nov. 29. CATTLE. THo Quotations nere pre-entert are to Rive the liipj eran Idea of the General range of uilces. Satire shipping steer, stood to extra.....ti - J Ooort to extra uaUve butcher steen. KMKi POO pounds .(insu NaUTefeeuinirsteers. DUOeiWl pounds.... 2 WJ Xatlve Blockers. tfcOaMW pounds 2 goa. -v. Choice co wp and hellers... - -- " Fair to coodcowsmid heifers J jw BulIand8tH3(fat).. " Hulls mid stags (feeders) f i? Cannery jg . bcalawiic i $t j lcas teer- (fat) SUJ J RCPItKSENTATIVE SALES. Thefollowtncare the repretentntlve sales or cat tleattlie yards todav 2 feeders. OG 1 2." 2 covrs C95 2 12 Icow :-U 2 2j 1 bull...... 1--W -W hogs. BEPIir.SENlATlVESALK. The follo-vrlnir ni e the representative sale of hoes lit the yarns roaaj Dock Avse Price 4 5.- 4 m 4 Til 4 70 4 'u 4 L5 4 Co 4 CI 4 TO 4 TO 4 W No. Dock Avce Price ITU 4 to 2ii 171 110 1st I.tl IK! Hi 2JU 2.J 2 4 63 4 TO 4 To 4 TO 4 Tit 4H 4 Ul 13) 4U 1T9 1T1 4 TO MISS?. Good Mock cheep. ftitaiO 3 fiUSI 50 CoodBtockewi-.TIk&SU 2 503 00 Oooil to extra tvelhci. TISo 2 HOl Ul bood to extra lumlii... 1 U)3j UO Wichita Produce Market. Potatoes Colorado 75c. I kkp ISc. Butter Tirst creamery 23c. second creumeiy 2'c othei grade lO&lao. Chkkens Hens5c Per pound; roasters 2c: tur VejbCkc; ducks full fenthertd 5c, spnuz chlckccs J) pounds und oiei per dozuu c. J.oraj G Tin ami r I 3Iartt. Whf-nt No. 2.43o. dun o5Uc. OhL-250200. Baled lay 46 C0&7 00. Orotmd cum io&Sjc. oate tnl-ed IVc liiuntoi. Cora niid Wichita ilnr-e Marltet. Heavy draiiRlit. cood to extra f "5 0125 nn Drivers. eoodtoesti.i H) tttalSlOU Swddlrr-. Godto itr.i ta UKalW) 00 bli.cters. j-ood to extra Ot iil iA UL Hatched team-. good to cxtia !- (M&.IX) UU bou thrill t orscshiid maics W) OUai fall U0 .LXUastjle uuU action bnn:; better in Ices. TVIclilia .Wiile Jlurket. KhacdR. 4 to 7 year old $ roooa 6; oo U (KM so up to U-fttUJ 01 it1 luiiuih. t loTieof. old 151iHiid" extsa.4 loTeaisold... liM hnndn. uood. 4t"T sutrstild., iU uwo :i 1 1 Ibit liaiu!.". txtia, 4 !o 7 jeursolil llUlulJj 00 ItJi- lianas. Cdoti, i to i j em- uiu jlu uuua Uu It t o JtJi! hands. j.ood to est: .t, 4 t 7 eaibuld 2-OU3M)0 "V ielilta Iti.'jiKiuIT Jl.irkot. Flour Best patent 41 W. tecond patent $1 63. ex liaiaucy fl 50. LIVE STOOE MAKKEH llj '1 flcurap'i. KANSAS Crrr. Nov. fJ. tA'l TI.K Kecluti. C')0, hlmnnin r.ina JIarket was ccneial.y steid Texas Eteers ii Snu.3 45, shlilii- hteeis tl 1135 25, lxas cows 51 TCi To. n.itho cows 1&0J.2 but herb tock . ,ai 10, stnckeis and feeders 2 To 93 CJ.bullsuiid inlxotl SI UJ2 T5. ilUO-Hccolpls inod. bliiunicntx ITU). Ilfiht lioys vicro firm, henvy weak. Hulk of s.Ues fo 0o5 .0. heavy t j OlGo at, UHCkliiff fa 1585 o0, mixed $o 10ci5 TO. lights to 15 Ji 6 3o; joikersf5 .O&o i5. J)lK- ?4 -05 20, bUl.Ki' iteceipts 25L0, bhipmcutb HUi). luikctbteadj, kIow. ST. LOUIS. Xov.29. CATTI.F Itecelpts C3CJ. shlu- mrnm .Maiket eay. JCogood nutnos on xale. Common to fair ste. ra 50&4 (;: i:ooil would bilug H ;J1 75. Ktass lexan steer f-' .03 00, naiho rows and heifers $1 tOaJ Cj, TiXis cou-s Tl I'D.! 5. HOGS lteluts(()0 sliluuieiita .... ii.tikct lower. 'J op price 15 So, bulk Ji lufiio 2. Ml hi I' Ho i tpu I'Jui sliipmenu JIarket lovrci. Mixed natives fi 50 o i, lexans ti 40 CHICAGO. Nov. 29. rATTJ.K HereipU 9.001 hlpmoiits2.".00. Llthl run toil.iv with anticipation of lUht receipts for remainder of weed caused an advance ot 151jc, mat kt closing stiong. Seei.il trades .it better than t) T5, few at $u HJi 15, and Iwoat 5Hio.'. the Ii'gheot pile J-aehed tills mr. HOGS Keceliu 2i WX.blilpinentHfi.i,ax). Practical ly no chance in piiees. hit;litand light mixed at) Ive, mai el inclining to ltrmuess, heavy dull and lasy. C!oe ro isonablj Him. IJuJk of -iles V-o,4 & 4o. rtiugc being $ lX5 55. culls ffert d at .' OJa 4T. Sllhhl' ltrcelpis lt.ttxt, sliipiiunts 1SIA A tilfiofirniei hut) rices prune illv uubh.uigcd miu- Jilj continues in xeuss'of demand. Muttons langed '1 UtfeJ o0. lambs flrmei, 2 T.4 Ta MAEKETS BY TELEGBAPH. BogTOV. Xov. 23 hauta Te railways 20Jg Bali imohe. Nov. 2J. Coffee quiet, tpot l.lo No 7 Sew OitLEANS. Nov. 29, Cotton quiet; middling Ike, low uilddllugTJjc-. L'Ourt oidlnaii IJic ew lork 1'iouucc and Money. Nnw VoitK. Nov. 21. Money on call easy, 11H closed offcied at la per cent. 1 rime paper SJufiJ p. r cent. l.xcliauce Dim. with actual milnos at ft 'oja 4 8t3 for den.ui.d, and t SiH(4 WJa Xoi tliti-duy bills. Mher cert.flcatesti'Si bid. 'lotai i-.Ut; of slocks nlu. .'10,s 0 shares. Coffee uoiKowca ; No7lc. Sugar licflnl.i 1. Cut loaf o 3-I6c, powdered i -lt50ic, giaiiul iled 4 Tflb-j. kc t utioii uady: middling uplands S 1-lGo, mld illug Ot leans b u-lGc. KansisClti ! iin uit Produce. KANSAS city Nov 23 -Wheat weak; No 2 hard flHc; No. 2reil5o'. Com veiy ttiin. No2mlxHlS0 oUJic No. 2 white a)U3.I,c. Oats ety firm. 2 mixed 2CJiC2Tc. No. i whit- Zaul2-tc. lCe firm. No247Juc I laxsel firm; fl 02itl iw. Uian lliui. Jibistic. Mnyd 11; timotu VJ 0uU K). pr.iltie Vb 5U(JT W. Butter quint and Hieady, eieameri' 2iiy 25c, dairy lbK'c. hggs ddll and weak suictly ftc-sii204c. Wheat ifeo.iplu. TAW. Hlilpnionls, 5GC0L Com Iteielpta. 4.003. shipment. C.UW. OaU Kecelpts ... , ehljiuieiiis tt. t-nis (Sialn and Proluc. hr. 1 ouis Nov. J9 vvheat: hlghr; ci-h 5c5c NoTcmbcr 5'Xic, December . .c, Januaiy cli, Jlay 6irii,c. torn bijhci.cashote, November ....o Detcmliei o!V(iC Jittiusry ....c, ila .ice urns in-!i lower; ITJic options hlglier; tt mber ....c. Decern br 2bu iiay MKc Poik lower; jobbing $14 2o. Laid lovci. fa 15. Lead quiet, f." 0. ipDelter 1 2 Hje tcaice and iltm; 4(?4c. lSarley v ry blow. Minnesota 5, limn quiet, CUi4ilo. Fl.ix peed Ann, f I Uti. Coimneal ! TO. but cr cream eiy better 21 22c, dalrj dulL ltjt22c. Lggs Hrm, liic Haj quiet, tlmoth t U a'l- 50 prairie f T 50 l. heat Receipts 25,rOJ. blilpmcaU 20.UM. Com lleteipts l.lWJ. shipmeuts ty.OiHJ. Oats Keceipts 10, IV, shipments 5,l,uui, Cli'cago Uialii and Produce. Chicago. Nov. 20-Wheat: No. 2 cash Cite, De- ember ti!1 (j?4C, il ay fi" Corn: No 2 ct-h C54c, November j1j,c, December S5.i5Jsc JIa .-Bc. Oats No. rcisli Uitc, OTeluber ".xVec, De ember 2s,c Jlay olf4oljja.. l,.m7c. l!atle iiomln.!. I'l x vcsl I U, ilmoih) 3 .c3 .is. I'otk; cash fKTNf 1 10 January 12 lh My f 12 si. Laid, cash fs 2tit!) 2o. Jauuiij T .U. ila f, tL't. holt libs: fT OtKs.1 1 . Shoulders fo f2Hfi 7a. -l.oit clear iT a cS ttk Sugar cut lof 4tc giauulaicd5c, standard A '. Uuttet quiet, cieaiiicry :i.'i.c. Dairy laj Kc rggsflini: tiict! fcli .2 cm. Wheal Kenlpts ..U3. lipnionts 181 000. Corn Receipts 4IS.WI0. shlpme ts -TS.aC Oats l,eccipt .-yj-OvU, shipments i22 OJO. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W. L bTAM FT. . J.F.IIrMt. SI a y LET c n u?i ;. Attorneys at Law. Wichita. Kansas. E. B. JEWETT, lawyer. Roius2. 4 cad C 20.1 N. Main st, Wichita. Ranta. dlOM PHYSICIANS. jyil. E. EMMA COBB, 1 rnmles Mid TlilldtMi OlTncs a -pec!a!ty 1 rniefrrlndlep dining confinement. Mrictly pn inte when t-n dctlicd. alio petmanciit homes jiro xldfd fos children whin Oeslicd. Letters of InQu' Ij tout iltulla: and axwrrcd ptomplly Home 711 lri.iAenue W IchiLi Kansas. E. E. II A 312 ETON, M. D 327 Jf. BlarketSt, SPrcIALTlLS: Fye,Far,lNose and Throat. A 11-tf For Kansas City, St. Louis and all points east take the Missouri Pacific railway. Trains leave Wichitu at 1 o'clock p. ul aud .05 p. m. Xo change of cars. dI3S tf LIVE STOCK COMMISSION JIEBCOAhTS BEAN, BLEAKMORE & CO. OLDE&T rill-M A'L' THE lrAUDS. IVlCHITA, KAN Reference. Wichiu Dinks. Oilice, Stock Yards hxchange Building. CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE, HOGS AITD SHEEP -TO- HEALY & MOORE, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERGH'TS Union Stock Yards. "Wichita, Kan. Conespon.lercchollcltn.1. JHtket by BjttJ r Drovers News -cut tree. Ve hae saveralstoei i. inches foi i-a'c che ip. "' J. O. Davtoson. Prest J. C. Derst. Cash. THE CITIZENS' : BANK. OP WICHITA. CliEJDITOIZ & ADAMS, SUKGl ON DENTISTS Special attention given to crown and bridre woik;andthe concctlon of irregularities of the teeth. Over 144 N'oitnilatn St. Wichita. Kan, d 117 lino MOZAJIT SCHOOL OF MUSIC MKS. D. HAYS, Prixi. 16-1 7 Bitting T.loclc. Send for catalogue, witli dictionary ot ilusical XGvma- free. dl35-tf VOICE CULiTUPiE, MJtS. ESTELLA 1CJFIXG, FitspuPils for church concert, oratorio and opera. Call at rooms 1C and 17, r.ittinc; r Block Moait School of .Music, lomU&, tA,l,,ct clay tnd Fridujb, from 'J a. m. to Vi ui. ieiuis reasonable. 1( .. Voices tried free of charge. m " EREKCn AOT) GrEESLclK MISS MA HIE MA THIS. Will hi ingclarsin Tiencli and German during the winter be.ijoii-riencii every Moiiil.iv evening. Gimn eety Fild.iy eenln5. Ten s a f.n a lemons. Keiture of spo i il Interest iutio ddced. conei8itlons. familiar talks on Uec authors, etc. Hn tmthci information call on or wi Ite. 11-sldence T03 Noiih Topcka ..venue. Clas-cs met In Stlionl of Oratoi j, V ' C. A. building. HEAL ESTATE AGENTS 1 ncj) W. JsitAri- K.C. lsltKAL. Nolaiy Public ISRAEL BROS. Keal Egtate and Bents. Tobuv 'lcliita city property or Sedgwick county land at pi eent pi Ices, me ins i.ii ge l etui us on join inonev. Wichita wltn her stock and othei Indtis tlles. is Jn.t In her Infancy, and such batgalns as wo can now cffei weie neer olTeted befpie. All liavlu bnliie- l'i out line nie united to allot conespoml. lh-Wichita Intel MLs t ii"ii- esldenLs pioperlj and faithriilly cred for. Ofllce fcecoud lloor ia Noilh 3lai ket, Israel Buihllii!:. du-tr h'AlLIiOAD II Ml' 'U A IS LIS 4 ATCHISON, 10rElCA'& SANTA rif Kit. TWAINS. AltltlVI'l LEWI! NOItTnANDI'.-.ST.' Xo. 414 KniiasCitvEtp'ss No. 400 Chicago VebV11"1110 Fast Express Ko. 403MiSBOuri lliverlix- pitfSS ; No. rS Englowood B.rpr3S No. 418 Local lreigut No. 42i Pasng'r SOUTH ANDWnST. No. 407 Oklahoma City and Hi'tWoith Expiess No. 427 Caldwell and Pan Handle Express No. 4U"' loil Wot tli, Gal ebton and Texas thto'gh 750AJI 1115 AM OISpji 425 v si 11 0 a i" 905 pm -.''-O p it s:u i m fcoopm C 35 l si 050 AM 645 a si G50 AM Express .lor m 1 ,")0 p M 1105 'vm 520 p M Stoits C 20 A SI 1201AM No. 4UJ Freight WICHITA AND WESTLKN. ARRIVE TltOM AVPST. - No. 410 Mullinville and Kingman exptcss No. 4o0, Pratt and Kingman accoui uiodation DKRART WEST. No. 415. Kingman and Mullinvillo express No. -131. Kingman and Piatt accom niodtit ion 10 80am 1 50pm 5 25p m 7 .0 a m Daily except Sunday. Ki.lOUlhi&AN HIA.NOLSCO It. it. THAINS. ARItlVE I DEPARTS No. 1 w est bound also to Klxuorth dnilv 520 a ni No. 3 west hound also to Elsworth dallv.... No. 4 east bound daily.. No. 2cL.stbou.ud daily.. ton n in 4 35 p m lu:n am 1035 v m IIKUI am llOUO pm II30CHI PACIFIC RAIL-WAT. Tit Us. AltKIVh 1 AbT. Chicago S, K-vn-asCity ex.. (Fiom Anthon) St. Louis .Mull A. Kxpress... (Horn Denvei) jlixed Lxpress (Conway Springs mixed) Wl-ST. Mixed Etpiess ( 1 o Anlliony & Kiow a) St, Louis Mall A, iipiess... (loUeuvrtl Chicago A Kansas City Ex. (loAnthou) IItit(.hlnon A. Geneseo (Local ilixeil) Kutchinsin A Geneseo (. oc.il Mixed) 60 p in. 12.15 a. nL 11-05 p.m. 700 a.m. 4 25 p. m. T.lsa, m. f 4p. at. 905 a.m. 1-tOp. m. 715a.m. fXOp.m. ii0n,m '25 a.m. Trains designated as local or mixed do not ran on Tor" u'll Information tall atclty ticket oilice, 114 N Main street. Depot comer Second and Wichita streets. K E. HLLCKLKV. lVandT. A. 111IK TAUIB CHICAOO. HOCK ISLAN'U A 1'J II VII WAT. pOtetl RoeU I-land Itouti " In r(T ct. commencing Aagust23tli. IU M-T-. lllllll LI LK V ,lINrt JvC'tTII A.NMl l.sT. o. 2 Kansas City St. Loul and ( litcnua World's 1 air limited, dally r23AJt 2SA M NO 2 co.ounlo pillia-. lirmei and Pacific Coast Espies dully 123AM C23AM No. 4 KniisisClty jt Loul- and t'Jilcauo nUht e d illy. oi.cept Sunday 045rM 1050rM No. oJ AiCiuiliioilrtt!ou, d.ill. except hnndi) 3145AM 32E0rM (HUNT. SOUTH. No. 1. Oklahoma and lesos expiess dally 7I5PM TMpm No..". Oklahoma ev dail i exxvpt bllliday . 425AM 4C0AM No 21. Accom. dallyexccpt und 210 I'M! 2 40PM 1 lecaut reclining chair u- on all ttvl'i. an I rnllumn sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City an I tnltao withuut chaa;6 on nl(,lit trains. 'I lc-ets told mid tagi;a9 checked through to all points nut tli. south, east and west, and steamship tickets n. Ul to all l.iuonean iclnts nt lowest rate. City ticket otliee UU Khs; Douglas urcnue. corner Slitn Mreet. liasBoiikeT station con.or Dou.lns mid Mead kieuucs. 'telephone 13!?. J. 11. l'lIIILtPs, Th'fc' a tt. f0. SETMSTIANG. I. A l. A.,CUl.-ago, UL Wichita Book Company everything at coit. "dl26 tf AU kf to Mother Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup should tilwajN be used for children Teething. It fcooth'eb the child, t-ottetis the gunib, allays all pain, cuiea wind colic, and is the be.st remedy for diarhoea. Tweutyfiva cents a bottle. Used by millions of mothers. dtHtf 4u:; Important hinge of lime On Santa Fe Route on Sunday morning Nov. 12th. Oklahoma and Ft, Worth ex press will leave at 6.45 a. m. instead of 7:23 a. m. as formerly, The Englewood ex press dailv except Sutiday will leave at fl-20 a. m. intend of 9:10 a. m. dlol tf Take stage at Toble for Tecu ineb. Be and shortest route. Wil. SHEAnEtt, Manager. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. DR. BENNETT, Cures Piles. Fis tula, Fissure and all diseases of the rectum without knife, ligutuie.caus tics or detention from business. Cures Guaranteed.-. Jso jnoney to beairl until pa tient is cured. Private Diseas es in "both sexes quickly and tadical y cured in the shortest time and on the most reasonable terms without the use of dangerous drags. Femalo Ailments in all forms, as Leu corrhoea, Painful Periods, Suppression, Etc., n fepecialty. Jloles and Facial Blemishes removed Tndoleut Ulcers and skiti diseases quickly and permanently cured. Medicine Fnruisned in all cases. CnsuItatiouFree, confidential and in- vited. Oilice open from S o'clock a. m., unTil7 o'clock p. m., Sunday until 1:30 o'clock p. m. C.tll at office opposite ilunson & McXamara. Dr. J. E. BENNETT, 126 N. Main St, Wichita, Ks. The Missouri Pacific Railway company has placed iu its train service the most ele gant reclining chair chis that ever appear- ed in the equipment of any line westof the- . Mississippi liver. These cars now run dnilv between Wichita and St. Louts and ' Wichita and Dener. They are models of beauty aud comfort. The chairs are spa ciout easily adjusted aud comfortable aud of the very latest design. Every car is equipped with the celebrated Pintsch gas ight system whet eby passemiers can read as well as by daylight; alto doiu aw a with the obnoxious odor emanating from oil lamps. Cars are heated by steam from i the engine thus aitoiditig an eveu temper ature throughout the car as well as avoid ing the dangers experienced iu the old car fctove hjstem. If you contemplate going east or, wot, try the Missouri Pacific rail way. St. Louis fast express leaves Wichita daily at 1:'J5 p. in. atiives in St. Louis at 'i ilo next iiioi ning Denver exptess leaves Withita at 3.00 p. m. daily. 10S tt HAPPY MARRIED WOMEN. The Caliph of Bagdad Slakes Trouble for) Hla lirmnd Vizier. One morning the talented and effi cient caliph of Bagdad awoke in a hu mor almost as bad as that of a man who is trying to write with a stylo graphic pen, says Texas Siftings. He telephoned immediately for Abdullah, his grand vizier, who came running with his tongue hanging out. "Last night," said the ealiph, "I had a dream to the effect that all the mar ried women in Bagdad threw them selves on their knees before me and bewailed their condition. You are responsible for the welfare of my sub jects, and I want this thing stopped, and by the beard of the prophet if you don't put a stop to it I'll put a period to" your existence." 'Humbug!" replied Abdullah. "There is not one married woman in Bagdad who would swap places with any un married woman. They are all chronio kickers, but, nevertheless, there are some who are happy." i "Well, you find one and bring her here before the first of next month or off goes your head under the civil-service-reform rules." Abdullah supposed that in unearth ing a happy married woman he had the softest job in town, whereas it was harder than tracing a lost umbrella. The first call he made was on the caliph's own wife. Ho supposed that she could not help being happy, but he was surprised when he found that she was the most miserable of her sex; that for abject wretchedness she cap tured the entire bahery and some of the adjoining buildings. She had dis covered in lier husband's pistol pocket a letter addressed to him and signed: "Your loving wootsy-tpotsy, Fatima." We have no space to record Ab dulla's failures to find a hajapy married woman in Bagdad'.,. He finally said to his own wife, where he thought he had a sure thing: "Emily, I supposo you are a happy woman, are you not?" "I mitrht boliannv if I only had a husband who would supply me with a few decent clothes to wear. This is the third fall I've worn the same bon net. Verily, Abdullah, you are no good," replied his loving wife. Abdullah, perceiving that a great sorrow was gnawing at her heart, caused the conversation to drift into other channels. As the first of the month was rapid ly approaching, Abdullah began to listen to hear his own head drop into the basket with a nauseating reverber ation. "I'll let you off this time," said the caliph, "because while you were off in the country I have discovered a happy married womaa myself in Bagdad." "Impossible! I've asked them all. Who is this happy woman?" asked Ab dullah. -"Your own wife. She told mo that she was always happy when you were out of town." THE SHOPPING WOMAN. Difficulties of a Man Who Conn Acreia ner Path. When a woman goes shopping, with a parasol in one hand and the other firmly clutching her purse and a bargain-counter advertisement cut from tho morning's paper it is useless for the man who encounters her to try and en force the rule of the road, which teaches him to turn to tho right. He may, remarks a writer in the Now York Press, turn to the right if he wants to but if by turning to the right he threatens to pass between the woman and an attractive window in which goods are being ostentatiously slaugh- have to shy to the left again. For she isn't going to be cheated out, of a close view of that window for any man; and even if there is a rule of the road for the men it ought not to ajiply to wom en. Gallantry ought to teach a man that- 3o the man. swearing internally, dodges to his own left to avoid an awkward collision. In o doing he is lucky if he does not collide with a second woman who is trying to walk northward and look westward at the same time. Walking northward or rather thinkingyou are walking north ward, while you are looking westward usually has the effect of making you actually walk northwestward. So the second woman, by looking westward at 2o. 1's hat. bumps northwesterly right into the inoffensive man. Of course there is 3 glance at him which turns his blood into a tree of red ice within him. It is somethingof a trial to walk the ways of a shopping woman while she is walking them, but a man is . sometimes ungallant enough to draw ! consolation from the fact that it the shopping woman tries him he is bome thinsr of a trial.to her in tura. MANHOOD Wtt WQ cases. sneb as TTsokr Slamorr. i-oss or e ram ronw, t"cj,"f',i lost3nat)i.NighUy Emissions, rvocsness,aIiantlnsandlosf Pwer Srf gL7 bJ. iiPK ' A tJft isamptton orlnsmnitr. Can !"J ."-l""- "; 5il '."SffJS .lunrTfVVrF'-VrBBrvtiVii ..nnlB TeTnnle. CHICAGO. 1IX. For Sale in Wichita by OZANNE & DYER and by CHAS. LAWRENCE, Drug. gist- . . DON'T CARRY BOGUS COIN. It Is Contrary to ta aad May Entail Disagreeable Coaseuaace. "A man better have a live rattle snake in his poakot than a counterfeit dollar carried as-a pocket-piece," said Inspector Lawrence of the treasury de partment to a Minneapolis Journal man when talking about the carrying of coins or bills which one knows to bo counterfeit. "A great many men do not know the danger they run in this thing," he said. "Suppose, for instance, that a man has a counterfeit dollar which he has had for years one that he has picked up somewhere and carries as a pocket pieco. He goes into a store one day, buys some article or other, and gets a lot of silver coin in change. He goes from the storo, say to a saloon, where . lie buys a drink, or to some drug store to get something or other it matters not where he goes, provided there is one of those 'smart' young fellows be hind the counter who is always ready to take somebody up on something or other. "Paying for his purchase with one of the dollars the man behind the bar, or the counter, as the case may be, flings the dollar back with the remark that it is counterfeit The purchaser, somewhat abashed and not liking the eying of the crowd around, begins to make excuses to the effect that he did not know it was counterfeit, and so on, and the clerk, who is anxious to make a record as a counterfeit detective, sud denly calls in the police and the man is arrested and searched. On his person is found the other counterfeit dollar, and the possession of the two dollars is prima facie evidence that he intended to pass both of them, and that man hasn't got enough friends in the world to keep him out of the penitentiary. True, it looks hard, but that man had no business carrying around a counter feit coin for a pocket-piece or any other reabon. It is a plain violation of tho law to carry counterfeit money about with you, something which many peo ple do not realize. "Suppose I happen to know that a man, a cashier in one of the well known banks of Minneapolis or St. Paul,for instance,has a bad twenty-dollar bill in his possession. I go into that bank, call him by name, and ask him. for that bill. He says he hasn,'t got it. 'But,' I rejoin, 'you did have such a bill j'esterday in your possession, for I have the. testimony of two reputable men that they saw you show it around to some parties. NoV I want that bill; you have no business with it.' He de murs and makes various excuses and does nqt give me A any satisfaction. What do you suppose I do? I go out and get a search warrant and go through every dollar of money in that bank, dollar by dollar or bill by bill, until I find that counterfeit twenty dollar bill and then I confiscate it. There- used to be no law against this sort of thing, but there is one now, and the public generally ought to know the facts in the case. And formerly it was not an offense to make the dies which are used in counterfeiting any body could make them and anybody could have them in their possession so long as they were not used, but that has all been changed'now." CALIFORNIA FOR HEALTH. Just the Place lor the Restoration of Shattered Nerves. I am often asked wliat part of south cm California is best adapted to cer tain individual cases. This is, of course, largely a matter of personal and con stitutional election. As a rule, how ever, I may say that rheumatic, neu ralgic and laryngeal cases do better in the interior, since the sea air loses much of its severity in traveling in land between a hot sun and a warm soil. Convalescing cases recovering from some long and tedious illness, and those suffering from nervous pros tration, insomnia, or the debilitated stages of advanced consumption, are more benefited by the bracing air of tho coast the groat invariability hero experienced and the greater amount of atmospheric moisture having the de sired effect, says a writer in the Cali fornian. It is the absence of enervating heat during the day or night that permits of so many restorations of shattered health which would elsewhere be im possible. For this reason invalids have been induced to adopt a Californian summer for a climatic change or for a residence, and our eastern friends can readily see that it is erroneous to con sider California only as a winter re sort. To the tourist the region offers every conceivable variety "of temperature met with in either Europe, Africa or Asia. The shores of Africa and the in terior of the great Sahara; th- high lands of Spain and tho low hills and plains of Italy, the abrupt Apennines and the moro gigantic Alps of either Switzerland or Bavaria, the heather clad hills of Scotland and the sunny is lets of the Greek archipelago all have VjrATAWJTJA?,AZt MARVELS OF.GHEAFNES UKEOUALED in PRICE: UNSURPASSED IB BERIT The New Peterson Magazine Cnhentally cotmnendefi by tlie prewi as one of tlie best ot American 3Iajrazines. Its contritoators are ataonj; the most popular American writers. Its illustrations are fine and nu merous. It is a storehouse of choice literature and art. Oils low price is a won der; a larjce cir culation only admits of it. send sx for a rear's su&scrip- tion, or so cents for 6 inontlis. It will prove a Toils- inveetxnent, Sample copy. 5 cents. The New Peterson Magazine $1.00 P HH4S. THIRD ST., PKIU. I K2-I14 S, THIRD ST., PHILJL 1 The two JWagraxines One Year for Si7S m RESTORED! NCPVFtvmtn Tills weadrrfsl rae4y fnf be carried In vest Pet. 1 perx f or S-, -.--- "?, j i nn,.!, l.vrnrlt tnVn here the!rcbuniTparts. Yet'witli this strange diversity the climatic factorial influence of the rrrcat heated desert; -and the vast, cold ocean, combine to produce a homogeneity that makes California unique among the known regions of the west. A Clever Betort. A vouncr globe-trotter, bearing an il lustrious French name, was holding forth during a dinner in the Faubourg St, Germain at Paris about the loveli ness of tho island of Tahiti, and de scribing in glowing colors the marvel ous beauty of the women of that French. dependency. With the object of learn ing whether the young traveler had re stricted his observations to the fair sex, as one might have been tempted to believe from the tenor of his re marks, one of the Barons Eothschild who was present ventured to inquire if he had remarked anything else worthy of note in connection with the island. Resenting the baron's inquiry, he re plied: "Yes, what struck me much was that there were no Jews and no pigs to be seen there." "Is that so?' ex claimed the baron, in no wise discon certed. "Then let you and me go there together; we shall make our fortune." ,A WORD IN KINDNESS. It Kept aa Excited Horse from RuanLag A tray. "I don't know when I have seen a moro striking illustration of the power of kindness," said a New Yorker the other day to a Sun man. "A man drove a grocery wagon up to the house oppo site mine the other morning and start ed in to deliver some groceries. He had expected the horse to stand, but the horse kept on moving. The man turned around and threw a potato at him, but the horse didn't mind that a bit he kept right on walking. " 'Whoa, there,' says the man, but the horse didn't whoa. " 'Whoa, you!' says the man, but the horse didn't stop at all; in fact he moved just a little bit faster. But the most remarkable thing about him now was the change in his appearance. You couldn't have told exactly what it was. Ho was'nt any bigger than he had been nor any smaller, no just seemed to sort of radiate it, but there could be no possible doubt about what it meant. It meant that he was ready and deter mined, uppn the slightest further prov ocation, to kick the wagon into double- pointed toothpicks and make jam oi the contents. " -Whoa, Bill! said the man, in a friendly, kindly tone. Before you knew it the horse had settled into a peaceful attitude and the man had dia aDDeared within the house."" Tntt's Tiuy Fill act a-s kindly on be rlulcl, tho delicate female or intlrmM old ago as upon the vigorous man. " Tutt'sTinyPiSIs; give tone and strength to tho -wtak w stomach, bow els. kidneys and bladder ? CURE YOURSELF fit mnMi.wlth Gonorrhcea.1 '-"- .: -- -- .-- v n -!, natural diftitfeftxr ftMflkl fyour druggist for a bottla of FuU A Tt ntiras In a fw if ITS j without the aid orpufcliclty of a 1 doctor. isan-pouonou oi euaran.Ma not te stricture. Ks VrAvtrzol Antrim Cwi. Msnufaelured by Tho trji.t Chmitil Co.l .WV CINCINNATI. O. BBfCKlK . . ' VsISV P4WW IKtJfctiflL'ii - ... ...... MMS TiSilL&wiTiZtiiLnu ri,7. trmftfr t ovT-trV V tWa swttK rrT ricttli. U CLEAf. Dn not FlAty. PBrvrKTS ETBfCTCEZ. Cciv naSCBBBCA ax OI.J" i' 'l On to C df, t o-lfrn C 0I1E for LEUCOSUHLBA or WHITES. Soli ey U DP.O'j&HJTS. Sect ta acy AddKrt T lfL0c liiVrS'.I. alSAtCKlMGCCLACaSElS.OUQs Aldnch &Swentzell Drug Co., Agon oft he Proprietors at Wichita. Di:. t. felix gouf.al'tvs op.ii::i TVL 6'nEA.TI. Oil MAGICAL BEAUTIFIEK. KettOTM ua ptra ples.trscx'le moto Mioa'j.rosii and riUidUeaeojJ evfiry bienjlsh oa bevity,ad dsC.r j.OTlfri-, It till (stood the tet il 0'rrt,aaai6j tmnclti ye mjts it col sure It U lircfJly m ad. Acci'pt no cc-ii"-terflt ot MmL.tr i sme. Dr. L A Sayer sH to .'Srofthe hast tca 'a rra'(aJt; "is yen lad ics ili ce I fa em, 1 rjca ' reanx'tn ttelmt ham-fclat alt th ilea -nt'rns. Foraby nil dra-yiU and tacj fop-nvrns. t ortal uy nil dra-yiu ana itaej I ro ca r i the r f t jfids and JLnnjp. j r-KUT. HOPklhs prci r 37 Grsal JbSM fct. 7 I Arthnr's New Home Magazine A MontUly devoted to Home and tlie Fashions, containintf nearly 100 pajjes of choice Literature. Stories, Poems, Sketches of Travel, History, etc 3Cotes on the nevrefct styles in dress, etc. Many valuable household hints, pretty designs in needlework, etc. A piece of choice Jlnnlc In every number. 0 - -. WJRTH OF S3, CUT- PAPER PAHEESS. All for only $r i! A per year. Handsonie pre. mlnms for settins: up clubs. Sample copy, 5 cents. MarsfiewHoffleHagaaneS Ap- gfpu'ian I waii amr i iwnure IVfi I K-lw ?r?j2 so Jav 2!. wffi mi v t -j v ii i 101 WITS SUPPLIED 3 Cts. Tlie Peoples Column. The Want Colarans of a Daily Paper tell yon w here it pays to advertise. If -von hae anytlitafr to BUY, SELL, TRADE OR RENT, try these column. EgTPayable Strictly in Advance. No advertisement taken for les than 10c. Oi.e line advertisements charged same rate as two lines. Prices given under classified heads In this column applicable only 'o local advertise ments. No fordjm advertisements taken at above rates. Answers to advertisements sent In care ot the Eagle ofllce should be called for within ten Jajs after insertion. When advertisers w isb replj s forwarded to tbem stamped envel opes must besenu Reference to former advertisements should give description and date of insertion or copy of the advertiserr-cut should be ent. Not tesronsiblo for advettisements given ordkcontintied by telephone. Classified ad ertisraients will be Scents rcr line each insertion: average seven words to line, atate measurement. II AX'JEDIEMALEIllUjr. Under Oils iicad Sever Hue periUy. Domestics. WANTED-A MIDDLE AGED WHITE WOM t an to look after a sic!; woman and do some housevfork. Apply at 21! Waco live. d II X ArANTKD A NICK GOOD GIRL AT JIKSj. C 1 V a. W.-UUce, 1K1 Jf. Lawrence. UooJ warea aud bo children. d 11 U Miscellaneous. initiations If anted Eemate. :1'ANTED3iY'TL V hoii'-e ort, n place to work for iKwrd, Tvhllo a-tienalny school. Cull at uclco of fcouih westeru Business Lollcze, 4uU b,. Douglas. dlStf II AXTEDMALEHELif. LiiOer tills limit Sc iter llii peritay. 'Ivades. Boys. Silesnirn. Misvcallaueons. ,s,lnutnni II anted Male. ACTEAlb II AX TED. X Intel llils lieml 5i l-t-r .Inn iirrility. AUEXtb WANThll DO YOU WANT TO make from fJO to 10J per week, working for usi If so, riiyulc'- uiulsccuru rxiu;lo i.i;eiioy l o. an article wliicU oi)lc will buy. no mailer liuw linra tuts times, hi met hind time increase th ieiiiai.il. t-.er.jboly buys it. Kspci iciice Is un necessuty. Don't ue',e-ce to slns this chance l' e-tabllsli yourelfln a "ivi-nialieiit bulue.s, whleli we (fuarnnlto to net ou ttiou-ands of oolUra jenr. Itarc chance, fiuJure imposeible. Aililreas ilKll" iiux 1".,. Chicago. Hi 1 1UW IVAXTEDMISCELLAXEOVb tTialcr this tCRil c por Hue per ituv. t aNTED-SECOND hand deliyeky wag- ou; mnit txs in cooU rep lr anil clieap. AU dresj SlcKlnley ic Ctist. Toiul Creck.O.l. d 3" "uANTEDlJlDIto'l O KNOW I lUVfc OVh V eil a arcs cmtlns mtliijrainl sewlnc echwjl at room IL I'aUco block. West aide. aire. r. fc. Howard. d U 11 VANl Eli-TO nDY A aLCOKD-HAN!) KA.NK fcff and -etot bank 0xtui3. Address J. A. Crullteliituk, i erry. OkUlwnia. ul 1 ut AN I ED -A hliOW CsSE 1-OtJlt Oli FIVE feet loiif, witbout stand. Eag.urou.iO North Jluin. up stub s. JiLL. At'AM'EDPAl.S'TINO IS EXCHANGE KOlt V lKiiird at tho lchiin Dlnlns UII, 17 and 2i 1 nst Douglas axe. Oood buurd J !,o0 pr ww.j ln.l,.t.,i.'Ay dlUut" ANT1.D-PEI.SONS IMEKtbn.O !. A M pnicticul education to I(dt tho bouthwcil ern Buslucss C olKff. Actual Lusiii3pr-ctieout both day Biid nUiit bcrfslous. tntrucu 4oU l Uousl.is iiMi. '- ll T ANl ED-TO TIUY COUNTY A KUA NTS AT ft ftasonublr discount. It. V. Hrwicit, jiootn I. QTcr 14 J N. Mmnst. iiLlL. rArLD -TUDENTft KOH AfTI'.UNOOS' V mid exeulnu' ciUMtcs Kttbo UlcblUv Urn iiicrciai colle.e. Y.al. C.A. bnildln.. now in seu tlou, fcpleudld aav-utuues. c.ulluidkcoti. , AMLD-'iO btLLt 000 OKI II UF Fnt- V nlturennd i-tor this k on va-y pHytuuu .1 . '1 m le A i u. M . JUluM; l1 .. ANTLD-lMANO TUMNG. 11. A. bliLl pa rd. Lc.n oi deri- jt 1 lus. frbaWn da. tf A1D-A tEV FAltll LOANS. L ILL lmmedl.itel . M. L OurTcr.over No. an N I OH SAEEMiteUtuCous. V Jider thb licad 3e lr liny "-r tltr l.OtC SALE-A HAUD COAL BASE KUIt jLK, X TTltb oven attai bed; uim, set of oil jutntlnss. Cll illW 1I1UMUII .,C lOlt .SALE-FINE DIA3IOND bTUD-UHKAI'-Jj address "i." tlds ofbeo d 1. t nrOltbl-b-IF YOU HAVE A llOItaLTObhl.L II .. i unmn" w rii-iii. ttu jiaiavioM -. lOU SALr.-h31ITY HAKHELb AND HoOa jl bends, 'the WIculta bvop ilauufacturinCo 170RbALb-CHLl', GOOD AS Nr.V UAuD 1? coal stove. Cuii any forenoon atTsiNottb Lawrmco. " v- ITOIt SALE-BILLIAHD AND POOL TABLES, A? conijlelc. eryclicjp Box 4-. IJ-A I.-OK .SALE-tOtit uLC0.D-HANDb4i-.fc.. - 11 llreprocr, larucantl mil, of tlj U.t .makes, sod ordei. Ttiu .-sUwart ltott W orki dl lia lucood iJlOKtALE-ONE COMPLETE KNGINfc BOOM JL1 outm. lAtUs cnt'lii Ui-4 Ui borv power, 1 boilrr feiC, 2 oteuin pumpa All will l olu CbeJji II sold In the next four viwU. You ci.n com uad elt vvorkluK'-bday. Til" reai orlllurf u MtV-borsc power v.111 mkrlts jiUco. Cl! 00 or dart-s B. iojtDcnigU. ." !. I, UK SALE" ONE L4I.OL Dl.AKT liULaL J. heap lot casb, or w HI trai.e for tol. C 12j U 1 iee stabio I'OH SAEEJtcal Enlalc. I.OBbAnL-DfcbliUNU JJbETlLt 3J OULI 1 IfiUonianl leP Wlcblta. I offer f rle aiy bomcsieud known as Mp cwood iUAuxl oo ralleouUiHrj.tof tho roruer ul jlaln ret and DwU3L.JK.venu-. cou.lftlai of ntievn ac o Und ii.d trcpiovenieutatuerrou. l.e ip dea lid to be tur Cnt m tlie lai . rfwoil bslauiii won Imtu und cither ouUralWm. Fnut f kind! In Bbundanc. !ide and raiuntal tr V ill make au-l-j.altt hoiu-s for riitlcjwn vl duli who did not try to build up V .tbiu. dti'b.K lw bvoui Tcrm cen on -ppiUUou. J- oil totn laiMiOdt'ivenAKeala, K, fc. Lreace. 6 t sun and Ttar. OTlA NO Hi WlLLUalb srBfcfcl.M' OOUU lot. 3-i oom bu-e and prt t l tm otlicc. Chrepoa bu-!Jjw lotsuwa .utr o. town. uiume zor eurut- ,iwi, --- I.ait or waretimjws. BarUord Jcr.tu'i. Km. Lwxatjz -jrwicjt i' air m KOJIIa 1 Oj: bALE-CHF.P-WE WILL GIVE work paititii c bva. to two pa-- b" t H st-o. at.d ty t koB"- a.d HU. Ll d 1H sjonr.WM. Tfce fco-s ir ia aoiri.'T .. ciuTtcrjcy,tbwbiidtUc-aair5. jbtu. f-.y Iotl iatn. bc-e ar tb bt biisac. dH! u Itoob CH cdTC &4&ct. TrIiSAlE-S. 'A AND H-AtJ.X TKtCTM Y jusloiainr tie dijr s i-WH7 laopiwvt -1 err cij. W. U. JiCCcnste. an zniirkj: b.fc- I 'OK t-ALL-4-JSLY IM BY MAIL, THK JIO-T T ctTAitercw J'otirt C ljcUc w t.biiM.CA cues. Add.t ifco id.iU -.r V Hrhtm. hum. " EOH B EXT House. I ift tfcl- rt J f tfc ' 'st 1 ox BhNr-A nrcyibH' dhoc'sbto qli,t- 1 atle jwrile Xr ttc nrlctir, fct.'iaif e at . Water.?, ILsUplar-.- d1 770t KKNT-FLAT m W. KLM ETKHY 4J A Tc-ji-. s 3i rrjjaar Appr JC ii;. QK7t NTVnt. COTTAGK AT Si N OK I A LawrCTJOeaitsce. Arw 1- Bc t; Cft ' ' '"jHoi! HT-B'itCK 4KS!.I4ECg. SiC 'A'-T JLf VtJ is i AnraW5tiJir-Lw r ?tK UKNT-MODEB5' Holfel. UtXX uro. I -son ui ni -aoCsras 1 . aix pa't of t i y br Htia A Klakcd. . L ri.t ; rr "I H ' I Y-ok j't-a mc?: MS apooi hok t. . X tirau'-i3t rwb. ttr - r. r rPfji mi i?io tutr ci-wwi, w Tnffi-3 No. I I !' "L. fcg":tSfefc- - J EVJ: BEX TyKovm. I7v IUT-rOKNIr.BM JtOtfMs IN' ZtX : THE PEOPLE'S CODUMS. Your WantsSuppliecU , OK IllvvT-TWO N1CE1.Y Vb'KNISHnD J." rooms wlta me-ucrncoue.-ileacs, TtaJN.Xo .wtauve. sj; 1- Oli HEX "I Miscellaneous. I 1 iter 11 hurtiijk, trrtNt 1 -r a.,. Irot K1"T-PIIOTOGK.VPH GALLERY; OLD : sUad. lt locution lath 3 clvy. Brfci stora room o. 1U luuuaii. Uric, ttwo Mi, lis tkuuuj, tunnvrl) oicUUiu lv Wichita iWiis Q), Umalee lL.riK- jb .ewc4tnl, uut cstic So if I'OU UXt'iiAXGiC. 1IMJK EXCHANGE A 0.1 S2 ACKE UOTlXIJt : farui ia Nebruska: will eschaiit lor stocVuf sooils or uisuie tctlia j.ropctty. V ixxx wss cur aciu. EOKXKADE. rvitiTtlils tic-aa 3c tr (in pr lur IOLXU. ? ,i-r i!l.-.m-.Ci rrl!4-r !i LOST, lii.nnln"" )r lli jv.rlr T 0T A aIKXfCA PARBOT. FKOM HIS. iJ Luiu. J'u.de-r will pteasc return -iid rrtv icwaid. dI2oi LlfeT-A IlANDsOMK bTEEL UAJRORNJU lue-nv. tlsdcr picvm leavo at Airs. D. B. W tlllaut., !S N. liu. nd revcivo reward. Kft T ObT-A BED ANDWKI"l ECOW. AlsO A Ji red colored cow with whlto face Turkey track iiraadun dc. lin-trr will bercwuni.sl uy e turuhu-tofcd WLglcsnurtb, Lniua S-loct Jsls. liuW STB A 1' ED. TPder tblsl end 3c per Iin pr it. riXrAXCIAL. MONEY! MONfcYn JION'hYTI TO LOAN OX chattle security tall en D L. Htuklry. a t icinent A Thvuias office, -5 North linin, brfota ColnsclsewLcro U. U Hln.icy. d 7 lino AY fANTKO-A F&W CHOICE rAHM LOAN'S, wj Milton, K3 N ai-riceit. a.- EEBSOXAE. Under till- beud 3c pel Hue terdar. SOME HISTORICAL LIES. Tnz African king: Frestcr John neve! Aad an existence. Theke never was such a person as Popo Joan, the so-called fcmalo pou tiffi. William Telw did not found the Swiss "confederation, and tho story ol Gcssler has no hibtoric basis. Tnxnn is no historic authority fot tho statement that little Gcorg-c Washington cut down tlie cherry tree, Wellington at Waterloo did not say: "Up, guards, ani at 'cnil" The words wero put into his mouth by an imaji ative writer. Charlemagne's paladins had no ex istence, and tho history of Charlcraagna himself" is bo cloutTcd' hy myth as to lxl utterly unreliable. The mother of Coriolanus did not in- tcrccda with her son to spare Home. The story has no better foundation tliaij that of lloratius. Theke is no reason to believo that Tarquin insulted Lncretia. His power was overthrown iu a popular tumult, which is the only basis for tho story. The story of -King- Arthur und hii rouud tnble is a myth, although wbatj purports to bo the round-table in still to be seen in a south of Enj;land,town- Focajiontas did not pave tho lffo of John Smith. .It has lcn nsc'rialncl that this worthy man wa tho most, able-bodied prevaricator of. iia cea tury. SCIENTIFIC SIFTINGS. If a pint of water be added. to a pint of proof spirit, the mixture -will noh make a quart. A chemical-chanffe i- the explanation. Tun exact distance rfrom cither the north or routh pole to tho equator, measured along- tho earth's surface, is, exactly 6,000 miles. ' A new method o coloring- iron ha been discovered in. England which cn- tirel3 prevents rust, even though tho metal be brought to afred heat. Till", animal which, most, .nearly re rerables a plant is probablylijmenopua' bicorins, an insect found in Iridia, which bears an extraordinary llkencts to U115 flower of an orchid- Tnc pain caused by iho bite of r mosquito is caused by a fluid poison In jected by the inject into tho wound InJ order to make tho bloon thin .enough, to Cow through the? movjuito'f tliroat- Eveky nation on tha iflobehaslutd its "stone age" at some period- of lUl history. 3'ven as late as the time of Moses and Aaron the rlto of'cireum clsion v.as performed with btont knife. A Loyoosru has aecurd frona Jladagascar an egg of tho- extinct vEpyornis or roc of tho "Arabian. Nights." It is eSLf by 28 Inchea. and. would hold the content of more than a dozen ordinary ben eggs. MT5T HATK KKF IYAL. "The last thing Fred did was to kls inc." "I should think it would bcl" Life.. Tlie J7&rt Jlvvrd. Putdway Old Prof. Hlowitz Is gett ting to be more abfrcnt-inindcd every day. Mrs. Kadwsr Did ycu eo bixa lai night? Kadway Ys; and heard him ak th hostess for an introduction to bis rrile Brooklyn Life. ",t Kaa-rtJr TIoW-. Little MLi Mogs'--My E3acaa.Ji acsv dres; tm made hs Europe. LSttlfe iliw rrccklo-liuhi That' uothing. Our new servanr. girl joV lanied la. wefk. an ail h:r clothei were cade Jn Earop so there" O00J ALWAYS AHEAO. .J.li" Fml- 1MI t ! IS r "?4. ie. ." ' RFrisrjn's ''. POROUS PLASTER r- ll...-.. 1 .TT rf Wt1TI1HI rsr s.ii s""" -; - -, rJWM"- !UPic-s. 5;et r"S SA8URY4iJQHNSQNt CHCMiSTS, crou CT THE nsxumr 1 &l0mr& fMUKr kiJK fwKi M?y 2 17 s": wSl iM -Tfr-. 7A"''21 Mirf Am IVT? f ttsmMT'ci -gZQill , V? 5J'