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-3g$$.itegg?' ra-sr cr-. v 3 & Advertisements ia tills eoliinm w HI be cliurg"- Tor c the rate of Five Cents rer lino per vrcc'-c No ail ,rtistijnet.s taken, for less than 3 cents, and will bo Inserted until paid for. "WANTED. f vrAtvrnD ! " farm luinil, at SIS p.r monUi. J. It. !- k.avTo.thy, 0b Douglas ave. "Y7-AXTED-IViltlon by a youajj man of in any V oflicc or business bouse, or otit-Ide rfc; " llastoaoauytuinstc.it will pay living expensed Cn keep !: and jjlvc best of reference. A rc ,J. K. Ealc -filca. lj-- "TXTAXTED A K"Ol printer to take charge of a VT wnalljoband nc-.vs paper oflicc. Address v-Itn recommend Mom. H. E. Swan, HaKtead. Kan. H.-t "TTrAXTED a Rood girl to do n.ral hou-ewnrk. S 151 n Main 8U 14-Cv TTTANTHD-A nurse girl about IS year, of . 151 IV n Main street. "- bl WT ANTED Man and wife, no children: wife must S be a good cook and good worker. S" no ob ject to the right party: splendid home; everi ; Jin, to hiafec one happy. J. K. Kenworthy. 5W Doug- , -VTTAKTED-A coo-l ealcsnwa in gents rural-Wijs W goods ."-tore. 151 a Main. l"" TirANTED-Mca wlshlnc good positions on rill W road call at 131 n Main. i"t,c -ViTASTED-A soctl colored illrl for general wort. V 151 n M jui. "'"; -- i VT7D-Mi-relmnta. contractors and home W$5 wliiiw help w call at 151 n Main. U. 6t tvt-WTED-To winter. I have two ponls? I -.vlll Witt some tfood man have fr C mouths. Willie Xrncli. .C-tt t-jt- ;TED 23 teams nnd drivers to Fhlp to l'orr V V Smith for railroad work. Wasra oo; free jms to the vrori '. I Kenworthy, 503 Douglas ave, n: C TIT-ANTED A situation by ayouns wan -!! .cars V ..!-; lias a good edueation, k.m1 1 :, r; Is ready with l" ie. and carries troo.1 rcfercu'.'S-, and iKnotparticuIirastD tho kind o work. Address Cha. Hammond. Leon, Kan. ll.'-ttt -TTNTED Thcvrvies of an experienced nursu W can b curcd bycMIIns at.W. s Market st cr adr-.ln;l--!-bx IT. Can ufer tobtst phsi':lani il llrst clai IamMs, Keferen'-e riiuired fvora parties uuknun-n. Mrs. K. J, Benton. K.'-St WAX'UID 1-mei tofcblpio Oklahoma Tuesday moinhiff. Rood vvnter, good wm, good a. arm winter quarters; free pass io the vrork. J. K. Ken. worthy, 0- iK-upiah jo enue. "- bt "TVT ANTED "Woman to po to housa and do wasU W in". Call at -i nearer St. 1-Mt -T17-A?.Tr.n-Soarders. Bct of board at 115 fouIIi Y Watt r ft. 'l-tt XANTrD Fourlaur cinva-r': :nanaser will V rail at home and tiiow work to be ri'i-ie. AUj l.i iie u Ink- wor't home; goo J pay. Addres.1 A. A. ! .rdins-. Ucbar block, room 7. 1 -- "VTTAN1 EO-&me KoI en who will work hard V at sol.cUin,r; salary or .-jinmUsion. Address 1 . ?z M. city. u:"'lf rTTANTED-.s bridgo carpenter.-. S2-50ler day;G y riu'eilr x-r, SL'j ir month and "board; S men t work on pi'e drivers ;o ku south; freepaio tho v. ork. J. K. Kenwumhy, .Vd Ioujshu avo. IKut VJANTED-.V first o!bss sbviaaker: .solter man; V no other need apply. McNttUghten ftMilejlU iv DoigIas ik e. I41 ''' i-T-ArnD Sitiulfou as first cook In a go;jil hotel V or resiMiran:. Enquire at west end lent ral ave, or send addrc s throuib I'. O. faarah t. Millard. l.l-ot T T v?ri kn (Tiiiint-tiiifi ::irl for ceneral housework V Inquire at Ur. Furlt-j h rwJdcucu liii I u Uixr n nee a e, 2 blocks north of Oak st. l--t "sTANTED AI5ret-ela8cook r.t 110 K. Water t T7"ANTEI) T.vo or three good Insurance "olltltgrs i at o:k-. A good thing lor the right men. in- nulro f Hubbard iz ileywooJ, room o up stalra -.o. lUMahist. TTrANTED Evr body to go to C. C. Millard for snd. boilnr liUIng. Will take Inn?c or Miiall co Jtracis lor llibng ami grading In the '-ity. l.'i'.t ys t r 'ii i t-m, m!!i!i vi a Cull at 156 N Male r' Jni.S. Cc..ine. li,l,i TXT- NTED T lea.-o a ronn itboat 23x70. .ntt V V have p od drainage, u.ie now ready to octii;y prcferred. out vroal 1 wait a reasonable time wu to lie built. Address. 1- M. i!eader,o, room 1. - lii -C1 TAN l';D A ifirl lii family of two persons, la- quire at w West Tliilxl btreet. - U&l -c YTaNTED-A gooil glil forecn.'Kilhou.-ei.-erk. .'.) ft li at ""- u 512 1 Williunu, st. V- TXrAMr:i To trade lots :n north part of city for V agwjduor-e.ora hori and busgy. Apn'.y to M-.rtou, Wallniaii &. Co., i: N Hia st. lit ""srANTSD A roo! steely girl to do general house work. lntiurcat-lSW&3ot. hmali sainii". TTASTED To place Kwtrai long time on firms Y or buaiutv. bloelcs -r .i Urt lime or chattel or real .-tat.' sts.uHty: rates low and iiromptotti-n-tl.Mi. A-hi.-Wileh. Kile bloi.'-. l.-lft sr r.NTKD luvestors and specnlators to know all Y al : the tt t 'UUa uardcus. Inquire of ,AtiK-l Welch. L.tyle bl-KSk. -! WTANTEU Two or three yood IiLsnrance aoii-Hors Watomv. A gxl thing for thcrhttit i.u i. l.u- qu'reof liubbnl lleywowl. room 3 up etau-. -.. -rTAN'TLD-SeratK-r holders and tcaintter-. thirty V mil.-rM.ulh r CampSuppLv. Inalati To.Tltory. o Kl aoxlentinnorthfSoiitiieniKai.aii.lroad. Ward . I i.iirtney, nt'Iroa.l couiractor-. til .-lnv- -r VV-D-tfl railroad laborers on the Kiowa ev V tension of the Sotitborn Kansas railroad. A pp.y toJ H Hampson, railroad contraeter. dUi lm -rrr vNTI' D Tho Wli hita Gardens are Iwomlng. and Y we don't want jou to get K-fU J"!lu',''f 'c prlnelnal real csMta dealers or of AsnlW ffej.i, kaloliloek. ul -VVTANTKrv-'vVew-.mt you to kmiw that jour own VV interest reinirtw yon to iuvwt ,' la cJilenl bVrore the price goes up. Ashbel .Aw;n. K-glo block. x 5"u'- -VT7" VN TED-A nicely funii?hel won. centrally V located with bvh room prefer.-od. .sta te 1 irl'-e. also how far from DougLis ave. Adurevi h. O.. this iiBlci. . -W r Vrr.I-. bright kM. -I t 12 yiw old..cu f Ibid ngvod home at -20 East Douglas avenue. WIehlta, Kau-i. . -T-rAKrED-A situation In a lnmlxjryard or gr-ictrj Y store; hae bad seve-.d ea i?pcrl.;nce b. Nth. Ooo-l rcf.-renc-s. Adrtrcs- -I. . M.. hox;.-. Garden Flains Kansas. i--s ttnteD-Vp can accommodate n few more TV 'borders at 2.0 North Fourth nwaw. Term, tnotleratt. -TsTprr r.I-Glrl to do oftlc work-nint f l.'". V with the i-n. at las Steam Iiuudrv. 4U :rrlh Main stircl. Tt- 1 --tti; S teamsters and shovelers for work op V poi-j extension of bou'hrn ICamia? railroad, will wn W-5nV. For partl.-ul.rs I. . Row :,r!lrt Santa Fe freight depot. J. H. Hsn.- n. :i-r NTFD To Insure ivrsor in all clc-es or life IndemuUvitrsonsmiu-with vhknt fr..m a,ici. MtiblardS. Hey wood, roo 1 S up ,atrs. 11. Main st. -r-rTANTT.D To rent an oSlC.'. Uooai or part of an omce m lv.-Is :oe or.Maln street or near to It JnnMo-"udiloor for wcl nslnr aiiee. State rates etc. AddreiS K. t., .his i.u. i!187-' ---i-t-ivtvt) TTlalk-of Wichita to know Jiost TM-a Fonl dtvTs fashionable dwsinak!n. at 3) South Main strecC -i-rr W'TF.D At onee a second-hand bur. plwe.'i orroidcn. Address lock lox 719. city, ulf.7 . -VTT -NTFU-Arunp girl for light wcik In suwll Wfamllv. Inquire at C tons Iank- "i.-- --s-T-vxrr(T..snt.housoof or3 rooms within - l ' ." ,,...l.. .i r-... t.!n1llY. Will Ids S.X Y &1A. ilin;.; v -.- j.--- , --. months in advance. Mu.i ha e ljaase-sjon o;on pjtli and lath ot .Niwemoer. .u'rc- o. ... v .v--bo 7 1. - -t-t-" TED Itv a Ilrsl cla uressniaser. 10 worn V r-V'tlw dav'for tamllies. Cutting and flttl fnVir. and email. iUvkI ref-reatv.. Address or cll W2 North Main sirt-t, Mri. C. W. uto.--l- ---, aNTI'D A position byajoungniHUluauot-cl W or store; no: partloiUHr in reg-urd to tUe w-u, 1 aurJre of-w..Eas-QlU'-v -rrANTiD-Fire htsuraace. Wc try Mn flrv .1 .x. ,. .. r -fti. Hubbard -- lnW. icn upstairs. iltM-ln. Uv! ! .. . ... ..-...!.- s-t t. ff wvrZrz -s--, T -iA , j.jyA yo:a vi ;""J ---- --- - - V fauU . wre he can fe a: fcotae. a pci-n'jein !- is waiue-J. Ad ires 'A. IU. t oloe. d w. w -c-srANTED-KflJIesaml gentlemen to kuut. that V stndeatsatth boutwtera tetsl-- cotlev an instructed privately at thtrlr destes. ttu-c!,. i-ax -Asiit-ui. -?. t- - -"-. ;i i! eM'.njr c-t!-U3 . Its u;nai d ntTs. l-l- -vTANTED Hverb-vly to know that the new np- tuvvn 00.-0 o. me v. , c.-ai snarmtr--Is open ev entuss Orders i-ft tbere will tte nroptty idled. Convenient 10 po-toffice. Ntv.il Aerth JaJi strwt. I.X2 tir. -17:N"TE A prter43 s.lre?s witH JSUlca.'i. must le h inv,-tered jb.-jnarit Mid itrh uy ttinierato. Alix J. !. Kugurt, Ueuita SurJi , Kansas. ..!- it W; "ANTED Idtcs. octd or travn-lac. A wodr tul eaiirelj new Mitvuiltv lor tajJIrs o!v:1 daily eeslly m.Uv m plK.j.j; au paiatlnf: irticulrs nee. Hrs. T. S. Little, bus 14S CWcago IU. l.St W AV1XD-A good erl for family of thrte; 'S.V njKjri ave. 0. 1 latt. il tf 7S r.7Tr) To liny stoel: cattle of all fclad. . . V. Uelrccr, at Hor.oiiliJe j;ar.e:. Qlstl i -NTD llorrower. for in:iey vv place cicney V at ti-.low-tt rates oa all kis 1 1 etoat-Is- nirttv leaiii'.and also ou spcoim! uior-stei an farms. Wlcidta Ilanklag Co., No. U- Wt lx ! j.ve. 7-tf t WAITED. TTT-V'TED ToloanS.7i,OOaonblnes- blocks nr.d VV rty'doneo nronertv. within the next thh-ty days, ivansas Loan anu lnvestmen i cii'4j X2-.it TTrANTET-To loan at owest rates, S.tO.aO on cltj VV andfana roirry. Money ready a"? da. S. V,. Cooper. lo7 Main fat. " WA ANth:akJ?r!?Jt.Se Know mat ice .lauuiai .vtt-""", ., offJrs unsurpassed facilities for the ' In Tbook- ru-st-ciaas men anu oit.i . .'"hn ivant keeptrs and accountants. I'Ip" vho n Sfe '&Sf lulSowl-dS FOI- EENT. - Ol RENT Two fumMieil roozas at j are. Enquire a the premtics. KK n Topcka U-t -rjior. ItENT-A nicely 1 uni.be 1 room at X! SLwj' J reuceave. I'-6t -r-tni' RFVTOno or two pleasant furnished rooms X iorrcnt3tllOIdaave.ii-arc.jr. Douglas. ISJCtt I--,o:: RENT Nieelv funiMied room over liank of J' Wichita bultab'c for 2 or 4 gentlemen; rea-onnble ratec. Appiat Cul Cousias a-.e. 1!-Ct F70It RENT A furnisuen room .n p.easam anu ue jj j-irable part of city. V. ill be vacant October aith. Terms ,'rms reaonauie. iuercce nniuneu. 'ji wuuu Lawrence. -TT10H RENT FnrnNhed ror.rns by the day or teo. J Inquire at C!5 ?;st Douglas avenue, room 1 up taIrsor.it IIS West Douglas room 1, over Pctrie.' clothing store. Mrs. J. M.-blazer. dl07-lm 1701: RENT Two nice new furnished rooms for rent, with or without lward . Comer of Tldrd and Mosley uvcniie. D. T Dunbar. dl37-Ci ITtOI. RENT ramlshed rooms and Market. Inquire there. r.t corner of Oak 137-U Ir"0R RENT Good new hor.se, 3 rooms. See Saukey ; & Campbell, corner Douglas anil Marl;.: 137-C I7V3R KENT Two ground rooms, unfurnished, east ' front, on South Topek i avenue. No. 5.7. dl37--' -7OR RENT- A verv desirable f urnLshfsl room, at No. 2uS Emiioria avenue, corner KIrst st. l?b (it 170R KENT The Robin -on & Miller block. r.J JIain "F f iT TiT-v-T TStiOIi1 r, nn!5forTM!t. ru JP Olilll i iCiiJinn . nvimno. iSinM block- south of Tremont hotel. ; 1'V.frl j' cr. -ovc.dh and Uashlngfon ae, ojii-isite l'hll- litisliouic. 'lids I'cnetltliep.ineipai iiu'ines coi ners In VMIMif'ti-n;two ttfry I rick, piateglais front and a v.ell I!lited basement; mltabie for any bu d ncas, Enqulie or W. H. fctafftlbach. Wedlng-i. K.m.. or N. Mono t. Josepii. 5iO. ' 11. tr ron SALE. TTOR SALE Restaurant and lunch room diltig a pjving bnlufo!i, central location, No. 2W 11 U u? las a, enuo. Will rt-r e refrigerator and sto .'e -il selt at a bargain if -old before Monday idght; rent l.d 21 daj sin ad -auee. 1 12 0t 17'0R SAKE J.'0 will b"iv 3 snlendld bu3lnoi3 lot i JU on west Douglas ave. .Inaction Town addition. This proportv Is bound tt) be valuible at a very early date but iiiu-t be sold at once. Terms exsy or teu l'l-reeatoil lor cs.i. io.i' this onnartuni slip j on. HMf 70R SALE Good busfcussfor lidy or gentlemin l1 with ii-'H) capiUl. Cauioof lA-'.Ilii-. de:h. Ad iom, (i.C. Uunim. city. li-itU Jr"0R SALE A portable boiler nnd engine of ten ' horse j)wer in good running order. I.i.vilre at !chn ir.egar work.s c"r. lopeka and Ke!hvxt- -friOR SAKi: On north Main, 2 lotube'ween Tcntli X1 and tle enth; Cd,; lrt time; a tiup. Tai lor & Taylor, loom 1, -31 Main st. 1 '1-tt FOP. SAI.E-Choiee Co'Kge Hill 2! acre lot at a baralnfornftwda only at tT-'i- Adjoining lots sell for more il-au double. Do n,t m!s to s. s ure t-ueli an elegant horn.', by J.Iauftnan. at bailey Kros. .c Co.. in; N Market st. 1W u iTiOR SATJ: Sjieclal bargain l Mtaur? nt and board ' ln- hou.-e tlomg a hplendid bi:slnc-s. li-st dis. eu'sto'ii and a gooil pliers as any whtro In the city. Inquire at 201 Douglas ae. btcidiess ciuso of i ill lng. lj0Ctl" TTlOli. SALE Earl-or slioj) and bath rooms. Inquire J. J. Mel -ice. Huune well, Kan. 1 1 w i "OR SALE Uillard hall-whole or hllf Inter, st 1 ...i.. ,... w. , tt tf ii,"ii li;in!5f.-iTitw. Will tell c.V.ipif U-ttasnoii. Reason for selling, !,0iiig we- J. L. W. Wotnl, Olearv.j.ttr. Ila.i. lV-stf "7,0,t SLE Welie forsalea eholeo new stcek of haruware. Will seller trado for good farm ,roprti . or u.t.U'e projvrty iu Wichita. Ruiuiell (z Aloro-ou'c. loJ b" T-CU SAKE SO lino farms In the vicinity of od V daid, b-c-gwlck county, Kan. Vriees rallying from ji'-, t yi r acre. Conveyance free. Toster & .SutUena.id. real estiite and loan agents, lioduard. "?7' V. SALE Tl: garden spot of the world, other Jij w lo known as. the Whliit.i Gardens. or iiuvr mation applv to the principal real etr.:o lili -, or t . Ashiiet Welch. Eagle block. l.--..'t "nR SAKE-2s or 10 acres lots In t'le Wichita G.ir X: dens on Wa-hington avenue, nortli of thr c.tv by tl.epiincl;al ie.il tite dealer-, or A-hbel Weh-h. Eagle block. l-3-.t "1 rOR J- .LI. Call at on'ss while t!ie p-K-es are lo.r. I? no bets.-r bargains can be had than in the W ii'.ilta OinlPUB. Ashhel eich, Ka-le block. l.S 12t ?on SALE Half Intere-t In one or the oldest and JT tjest ii iag bu-l.icss in tho city. (Jootl rea-ons 1 -r s. lll-ig. A rare ch.ineo if taken at once. For par tieuhir; call on tr addre D. Metklus lo-kb.v.2)o Wichita, Kansas 'ct T7i'R SAIJ I will o.Ter the followin-r Kirgilns for " 10 davs imv ow.i property)- SO lu't on -.ortji Market street near Douiias aventl0: 5t) feet on Norlii for rth Water ctreet mm Second Ftuvt; n) lees ou .sorin Fifth avenue (iiusl-Jeaarailroad-s); ft) feet on North l-.rrl. n. ninn with. 5 roomed house: 40) bits scattered throughout my f.ntrth addition (easy terms);- aens Walnut giovc on ThlrteenlV street; s acres 1 raino natturo on Fourteeeth street. Respectfully. Lnyd b. Ferrell. 1J0 Malu rtre.t. .llb-'. -JTlOIt SALE-Kenncly hou'e. ccraer Douglas and i" Kourth avenues; lurnltnru and fixtures and all tiiar belongs to the house. S-SO. One or ilio be-t io.- t'ou-ir. the city, also u lease until tho 1st r :hn,. Apply at 11- bouiu oun i a.cu-v '"" - TT-O'" S VLE li.xll1 ft, eo.-. Pine and Emjoria, f'iiri.-ii.i. Two . roeni two .rj- houses. cU..ets. ctllart, wa!l, rones, ras on K.n;oria. te t.veenrlnctli'a sis -nee -jo..-u.-m-ii. o.- .i- a l.-vre.i-f ave. east frvv.t. wdl Irim-ore-i. w.U sell 25. :.7. y or p7H ie t. prlc SsO per iro.it loot. . room house on Top.'W !. No. U.J, 1 etweea Kim and rieKts. f.oodc-lur. il-tts, wafr aud r-.s new toue. leiiees and wls, price iJ. A six rtti.m house on Tojieka ave. hftwen F.lm nn,i l'iae. No. C26. ccllr. bath room. ol.n vfat.'raiid pas, .-II nc piieoi-i.u.. A liver-Km hoist, v Her, eiis, b.tii room, vrdter. g-is. feui-eaKitwTilks. No..' '. 1pes:a ave. between Ebu .-...! Pliists. price $.t.f-. is lots on i:unin.ive. Riverside ad I, e. -1 fronrt., belwe-ti I'rwiklluand Andrews nvf-, nce i-s. per lot. i room house. -vl.wet.s, sm.uI barn. N. 7-..et Or.K st price C:,7 ). 5 re m house en N 4th av- o ciorfrs. cebar. cbtcru. No. l.ts;, pries S'.'J- 5 roon hou-e. . el.-e-. eel'ar. ..n N Water sr. No. 7i, price -.VX'. hot terms anil Iu lormatlon call on A. Smith, corner !ia and Thr.i s:s 183-121 TOR SALE 1asi, furniture and llxtur of a rai V dlum si-.sl hotel, in a hvu gr .wing tow n, v. Kh 2 rtllr ads. will b oW at assf-rid'-e; ttt or reasons for Felling. Address liox 67 Kliii-k-y, Kan. 1 12t TOK S-VLE si acres of lend within two b!ccF Oi l? Main st. of tl-cantVMatof Hllercoira:,Ki. ; ..uld take one-Third In trails. Address F. O. lv 6. UlHirad i, Kn. 183-12; TTOTt r-AKE A gertle familv" horse and hnifcrv; part JL1 csshaii(-i:ta.taont. Call at 223 nFou-ut aw. lS-tf "7IORSAI.E A -ratn. Sixtwn loter.Waco.be 12 tw.H-n Eleventh and Twelfth sts. Taylor & Tay 1,,rf . 1 TTOh SAKE A w ell Improved farm near the city; ' ocehun.'retlapdslMy acre-: a swrinl b.irgatn for a few daj s CS.II .it Hard, Solomon real .sta:e oHcc 327 Douglas svo. IW tf sfil.irr iVttrt l.n.lr.-sl nrul llflv fef ,vi-- Tliir.1 i? St. and Fourth Ave., at a lvan f.r thirty dare. John Stewart. J-im F . .-i. caiu. ." . r- j.t. . . fc .- t. ,t-t... ...- 1 dens, suit lbiefo. rulc ia aTe or 5-acr. lots. rvr, c T T m .isvj t.,t -. rt ft Wll i Ir.- The l?f t bar.-nlu ur.y pUce adjoinlnc the city. Spec- l.tl pr.. e fcr :. fev dav -. ramnm, Slmcis ; Gt ortpe, Koodi 1. No.il i Main St. tl-i-s Im TT.OR SAL1- Fln farm near M. Hone. Imcrtivp-i. I acrts v Ml mow lnd. 40 acres sooet hav hunt. acre good jxsrure V. Ill give long- time ec pat s?k1 wlil take Ik trade bortes ir cattle, insjulr. at itit- JU.uyv. rniiv . m t- ' rOBSALE A twcU lrl3-i aews M JL1 fro.r. j"I kin fe or 5 aett p.a u ajt Pn.-r. Terms i:erai. -. j. iiuarey . - !a Jx bl-vt. 121-t yiOK AIJ Oae h red fe fniat with tir.- i Jt? roew h-U, on Waco v.u. wne, !,; a .-! 2d trpcv For ienn call ca J. E. Ka:o;irey ."i N.. E(gl-:k. xu-ir T70F. S-JLE-WUl rtl vrlm ld -araitar- jj ,n-i at C Us over Pi - . -vrn Tt SALE Old r-iness at this otea s wnt; .-. V -Blred. ! "T"v0H AIjI- A fia -t-Nliay J-e'-t, for e Miro of JJ 5-tw Inn atr. or -write to tint Feu's. ef tt-O-I S.I--$liiivra! ty lfln5) ft w h-cse jr- on -. avTt; e. .ast - f A'SUtam reet, .. I.lesrv1.lear " aiicrI Ucpient vres bo-: a sk' tracW hw put la vry ep. K. C ridt-Cs!-,t.-5-aTe. t!-tf TonSALK-sX'tots tn Hl&arsr l Iftfcn. Tt.ve 1 1 its .ronf on Wnlngton -ne and wvgt on IIt.v avenue, are oov-red itii tic t rait aad .hnde trees. and vIU bt. A1 oneay Jernts. Ca on BanU S:ioresii-. 5T inc. tho buKdln;:. which is 131 feot j I. tt. n-t-uf. Anthony, - -iili goo.lc-Ur. r nit;ivt reicrvat-t-. ""","",;-.,-ct-r or Kansas ed bv addressing as. O.liec f?r.,'ist ivlehlta Kalv at the bouthwct:rn Iluslneso Collesc. ichltaKan n3E. . 'S70R RENT To one or two gentlemen. I would say JL: I have sumo cry pleasant and nicely fBrnlsUeU rooms that I will rent i-.t reasonable rates. Thoc whoarewWiing rooms may call tit lol.n l-i"rtn ave. 'f'' Lawyers, doctors, and ocrybodv In want .r llgnt. I ,tx f i!I.v,.in'i!. Ohio: will "trade for land in .v.-t urcL . iu 4i, iji wwv...w...w . ..... ... -- .- i,..r,i .a n T'r-r t ijlv. iiwi &t.iu.-; -nn- , nlrv. ,!easiit rooms or oniees. wuldo well to exam-1 'K ans. For particulars address lockbox li. lne tl.KC roomsat nc. Tlit-y are grand and cheap. v,-nita Kn. 1 tf Applv to O.H. l'arent, with Taylor & Taj lor. t.lllco J "-""" rooni'l In the building. T W ,T, V13D FOB SAE. FORSAr-C0to'. lou In Garden City: special bar-atasnto deeded land adjoining the city, call on 5?3iE. J. I-yle, real cstete agent. Garden City. Kan. , -II' J -non S -LE. Good residence and business property in to'wn of Clearwater; alfo a good farm near county frcat of Comanche county: will trade fcr Wieh Ha. city property. Inquire lJl.'irEettrcet. llitf t OST Overcoat and hat at thoG, A. K. hall on iFrulavnichr. Oct 2-th. The Under will bo liber ally rewarded by leaving te sanw at tao iJojtoo store. law X OST A gohl horse shos pJn at the opera house JLi-unday night or itctween oiH;ra house and Third t-t. Finder please return to A. F. llotnlg or rrael Bros. lil-Ct LOST A small velvet cloak, between Main nnd Emporia. Tne Under will be rewarded by leaving the same at this office. dl-.-i T" OST A memorandum look containing a lot of blils. The flnder will please leive It at 213 North Main st. and claim their reward. M.O, Hill. lKt. FOUND. J POUND A ring contalcins ' counting room. kevs; call at tho l2-3t -TTKICND A gold pin, owner can have Fame by call- lng at Herman's drug store and proving property. FOCND The place to winter horses brood mares, colts and roadsters. Is at the fair grounds Every liorse will have a ulee box stall and experienced men to give tkein attention. Vro ha-e driving hon.es and lKn!es. saddle ponies, children's iKsnles. work horses. Mules for sale, ioats iiros.. ofdeo 1S1 N.Maiust. lJO-lCtt T70UND Taken up by tho undersigned threo 2 year 1 old colts at the corner of Central ve, and Mill st. It. F. F. numphicy FOI- TRADE. TrOll TR.VDI1 A good new carriage to trade for U2 -tt X' team. U. . unuar. J710R TitADE A first clar hotel near Wlehlti, hav ' ins a good business and now renting for 873 ier montn. f trade for a stock of goods or uucucuiu-beretll-nd. Ashuel Welch, Eagle block II-' 2t "T710R TRADE-At a bargain Well Improved frin JL! for a residence properij . Eekardt c fccott. at PM-tf banta le bakery. -?7X)R TRADE Idver;-' stable and tho entire oatui; good bnslne-i. goo location; uicr.iui "-- OTRAYEI) OR STOLEN From the premises of J. G. )5rlilge-, two cows, one four-yiar-old, tne other 2 lis. Tl-.e cow wm bniuded witii a low V o:i rig.it hand side, spotted, horns broke iff. -lie party K&v-Iii-r Lnformatlon at S E or. Klncoln aud I'att! r.e. -., ill receive a re'vard of Sl'. 1 W-'.'r QTR.1 vlkVIll TRAVED-One sorrel horse rot. 3 mentlw idd. tj. ..nit In forohead. The lincor win i-;n eau. i ue liiH.iir win w ;.i at A.drleh & Rrown to E. C. i-wardd by repot tin. iu.J. u-i- STOUAGJ-. (-1XORAGE For lionschold goods or merehandie. n l..MtlorIooso:irou ha-, a any goods to store briiW them to the Wichita Storage Co.. No. 116 West Douglas u-.e. f"-tf Unrgnius iu Real Estate. fin" arricultural and stock farm, three and one Irilf inl'-.-s from eitv. about 13 acres broke, one quar ter e-tiun it-need for patutv, plenty of water and a "'.Iso-iStotsIa city flnrly located and in gcotl nelshborhood. Special terms to those wishing vO makehon.es. ,,,.-. Also suourbau property. 1 or f urther par ilnil ai sec Chris, t. Fearce, agent for Ym. Orelffens.elii. at city cilice. m''J-tI DR. WILLIAM HALL, of Hall !z Bennett, Gives special nttcntien to Diseases of women, Wood and Hkln Diseases and all troubles of the Urlnary Organs siiecillly curcl In both fo.tc-3. O.llce over Woodman's 1! ink. North Main street. Consultation d:iy or night Frsk. (Head Dt. Hall & Renr.eit'.s card in this jiapsr.) 12Itf FINANCE AND COMMERCE MARKETS 15Y TELEG-l-APH. NeT Tork Gi-aln. New Yo-t. Octobor 30. 7heat Clo-cd f.rm. Ungraded red rtsl. 8it elevatrr. W "iii; ailoa; '-USCJ,; No. No. 2 red 7ov. 8JyJlH;Uec. '-vittsSJS r Corn Ungr.irte.1 ;2'!4"; No 2 ;, idoat No. - Nocrabor, J5. to ijj-i; K elevator, cecmer, adoa: "hi Oats Lower; less active; mixed westera 51QZ'. white western, &' H. RuUer yuiet; western. 12I. Phei -i Finn; western H4'1K . . E-gs Iu demand; w eteru rresh, 22 S?-! .. New York Money .17ar!:cfi. Nirvv York. Oetcber -TO. Moaey-On call qub-t at 1 to G ptr cent, closing at 3 jt tent .ued. Prime Merchaiitlle Paper !(. 3 per cent. Sailing Exchange i)ull but steady at K- for Cdavs bills and 131 or demand. (JuCeruinent ICoiul Dull and steadj. Important movements of t'n day were among tho lo.v priced sh'ii.s. The market cIced strong. state Eonds Dull and steady. 3-ier cents 100 4-per-ccuts ii! lu lxT-cents t'.i)- 6 iH-r-cenus of ". 3 Missouri C3 ...1-CJi ...iu- Tiie tot:il sale, of stocks today w as 233,00:1 shares r"lilf-in .?-. Alton.. 12 Chicago, llurliiiston iz Qulncy Kttawana liko Shore Mis-iouiilViclQe Noithwesteru New York Central Reading Rock Island Uuiiii l'ach-C Wet-tern Union AT SF LstTs DoRR ...l5l ... S3?, ... -3K ...i:r4 ...U7J(, ...113.'i ... :vv. ...125i ... & ... mi ...121 CIilc3o (Jraln and l'roduce. Ckicago. October -0. Cash prices r,s follows: Wheat No 2 priiis 7272?f: No. 3 enring, W-aJs No 2 rel. 73?f Corn No. 2. S3 .-s-f. ots No. 2, 2W23JJ. Kye No. 2, 30. lvirley No. 2, tt-FlhXS.-.I-No. 1, --. Thnothv Seed I'rlme, ,P72. Mes- Fork-- 33 psr bbb .-r--$5-J. Wliiakey 1 13 I.-ad!n futures ranel as follows: Kaee. dose.'. 7h' 7t5 (trtaw 73 7s 7C.7t 7U7-M SlJift-lM trsmm 371.9-7 3J-1-- 3i. Aii S7M s:Q s.'3 25j 's S53 !-. &4o-M sro'fit-tei. 910 649- iS73 S7h3sS C- 382). 5-1- Shipments. lV0CO 13.00 l.'d 2JX0 .i.t.0 st Louis Grain and i'rodace. ST. Lor. C-totser . FIsr-"Steadv and umdianptsJ; rc 2 ! ii family, ,2 f3C5 70, choice. $ uag- 13: fancy. S3 5J j3 X-, e.cra fancy. $ 33&S Ss j icnt. . : Jti S5. Wheat Kmier; N'o. a red, cash. 74-tteil: 7ov- ctIt 7tii7i; c!rIng7-.:Deeen.e-. Ji;V. t t-talait 7G: ir. e4?i f4i oa fate bid. I C en airly ftiv as' stronjr: No. , sitxt--. cash. j nr:;,; Nov. 3Bi.il; eioslug Si; Doc 3fiy-i- , c.tei i: -n . wt. cia . iy. -;j 1 Ottta s... - s.l. fci.. VawpiI. 9- lr-t :.'avmbr ?6( Dec.?;; May. Ryr-Esy at -. 1 -leyV'a1: 4tK-1 !.erl Wa;; rt-ri.s.t. r hcmteaUy hard. J .Ttf. Ito-ter Easy; ct-aig:, 2;d2; IT. lg. vksi-sT: lQiTx r. Wnifkry yfri;l J Frcv Cm:. I TTk-HIgh-r; 5-T!- Ijd J. Receipts Fi-or. r'a wlMMkt, SUQOk -, ZfiBB ',L1iif:'l'Ww Srfn-FlDr. ,&; tn. UUQ; St. I-3Sis live H-cek. St. Ib. Cctobtr to. CacUe Bec-tpts. U: rdpear. . rket actrv-i '1tSt rr cob: efcoiee lHr- -Urra, $imi 9b bau--r , c-n mebotee ja it04 ; ! steer.. fr to so-. S S- C-: s.Mrsns cawf rB. cRir-i tO-Mtee. syti'iuc ! ranai lKrs, - to $.4 -ft; tocr-, j fair to noire. 5- .. , i Host lstp .t-;ip-M--. 3-fc Hrt ojssI qtuet. .& Heavy ami muchcs. eet, 3.ll r-ai-Ts fair to best, Z 7SM tf; v ,-. fr to ciioice CS;5; rs. e-i-i-. te r. S-7-ft-st.O. Steep necelpt-. lajfc thlpasenti. t ; C-zm.a to CO: MX. Kass City TJve :oc Crrr, Oc:ar 3fc CstUe r.e-pt, Jfc ibtptnentK ISIS: r3yt .tfs-r ad red-rs ad f: c.-. actlv.; spo4 to Whf-at- Orentd. tA;tobfr MM. November 7.JW I.'Co. nibcr 7g January 7-J M-y 31M O.rn .October A. Nov-inber 3S1S . December 3S .lanuary 57 .lay T2 Oats- Oetolier SV-t N o vemher .2Sjt Dtssmber -, May rm Me--s Fork November SJ Doeeine-r - January 377J. Kanl (vtcber -S2V. Nver.iler 573 Decern-, r -''sS J.Mia-T 2- R-eipu, Flour. llSZf) Wheat SSX) Ora 1MJ)1 CWs S2JO0 Rve V-0 Rarlsy tt.u.0 choice 4 1-S4C0; common to raedlam $3 3Dg-l(; stockers. S2 23S2 73r feeders S2 e53 tfl; cows. 1 562 CO: grass range steers. 2 3.g3 u. Hogs -Receipts, 436S; shipments 41?; opened steadyrood toenolce, ---CG-I W; coxsoa to rae-dInm,$3-tvji;iSii. Sheep Receipts. 125; shipments, none; steady; good to choice, S2 -OSt-'l vJ: common to medium, SI 3r. Chlcaso Kivo Stock. CuiCAO., Ocicber CO. Cattle Receipts, S.OCO; shipments 2.0CO; market sieadj: shippirg .steers, S3-133 2LH stC-kers and feeders.Sl yiSSfti-ows. balls ami mixed. S123322J; bulk S2 tfi.-' 3..'. through Texas cattle steady; eows. S2 102 -0. steers S2 7003 23, western ranger lower: natives and Texaas S3 03-i C3: vvbitere.t Texan. S2 S!3i $S S3; northern ranzers, Montana. S2 . f3Ui; AVvoniig mid Texans, S-lla-CS); Colorado Hogs Receipts. 2-.0O'; shlDments, 19,9.0: market steaity.more active: rou-ii and mixed. $3-3Q:ift. packing ami shipping, i 7C 115; light. ,--l&4 j3 Skips.25-S34:.l. S,ue.p Receipts 2,lO); shipments none; market steadj: natives. $2 W2 03: wMcrc, t- 33 70; Texas. S2 10-3 .'. Kambs. C- eW a. ICaisa9 CitT Gram and Produce. Kansas Citt. -ctot r 22. Wheat Receipts ll.rxft shipments 6,&i.; ia store. 493,W. Stronger. ,,,,.- Sales ranged: No. 2 rod cash, ZCA bid; November R5 bid; December. c.'H; May, 71 bid No. 3 red, i. bid, siieclal; oft, C2' bid. Others un changed. Cora Receipts -CO; shipments. 6.O0; la store lOI.tUi 1 Inner; Sales ranged: No. 2 cash. -3W Nov. 2C-W bid; Dec Cs bid; year, 21 bid; May, Co bld; No. ii white cash. Si).- Oats May. 23. bid. , askerl. Kye .vo. casii ? uiu, JJ- Et-gs Firnint 17 Mav. -5. I lye N o vember, S3 bid. 3li!lstui (.aler. , . Corn Meal (been. S); dried. 53. Corn Chot Bulk. TV; sacked. 73. Slilnstff-:-sl??32f. Fran Bulk, 47; sacked. 52. Hay Higher; small baled, ,t; large, $-.00. Flax see.1 Quoted at 85. , Btter Stcadv; creamery fancy, 23; gooxl, 25; dairy, 13, store packed. 12; common. 8. Eggs Firmer nt 13c. Cheese Fall cream. IS; flat, 7SS; Young America. 1SW; Kansas, &37. . . . . .. l'.uurv-otert3; old hens 2 23: old mixed. SI .:. spring chiekeas, large. $2 IU. rn.ll. SI S31 73: tur kevsCc. Tallow-No. 1. TMnZH; No. 1 2. Hides Drv tili.t, No. 1. 123.; '" 2; 10; bulls and stas S; drv salt. No, 1. 1". No. 2, S-; green salt, No. I. 8, Ne. 2. 7:sreenuneurtd, No. 1.7, No. 2, C; calf, 7(3.9; sheep pelts, dry, l!Xgl2. Wool Missouri, unwashed heavy fine, 151S; light. IS-.-; intsiiuin eo'nbing, 22.j2l; coare, 2(.21: low t.nil cariet. l.'s 17: Kansas and Nebraska heavy rlne, li -. lUht, i"'2l; medium. 2.KJ23:tub washed ehoIte..k-3, Hue. -I'&S; dingy and low, 7i23. .... Ilmoiii coni-S'.ort. 4U; green l:ur!. 3: self workhig. 4i4m'C; long coan-e. 3-'3vo: erool;el. 1K '2t. 'Fro visions Sugar cured' hams, 10J;br-kf ast bacon, 9; UriLsl beef. 10; dry s.ilt ci.-.ir no taut., ,o n long clear. $5 59; shoulders. $' Uhort clear, S --: sm ker .-'ear rib side-.. S7 lti; long clear. S7i; sht.it eleir, .7 3. mcsj irfe, $ 30; shoulders. SO 23; Kvf J,rd Choice t'e.en, $r..ro. Drietl Apples. P:c;pLacIie.C,Ce. PiTiirr iT m rm If M O v'J-I. THE OCEAN. nrlnud. London, Oct. 30. International handi cap double sculling sweepstakes took place today on the Thame.. The race consisted of two trial boats and a filial' and was row cd over-a course two and one-half miles long. The Ci'st heat w:is between G. J. re-kins and Dave Godwin, and Wallace Eoh and G. W. Lee. IIoss and Lee start ed from the scratch, while Perkins and Godwin had twelve seconds the start. Per kins and Godwin won the heat. The second heat was between John Teenier nnd Albert llamiu, and G. Uubcar aud "W. Y. East. IJubear aud East had twelve seconds the start oftheir opponent who started from the .cratch. The .British oarsmen were eight lengths in the ii-.id when Teenier and Ilauuu started. Tin latter won the heat easily by several lengths. The linal heat and race was won by Tec-ncr and l.amm, who defeated Perkins and Godwin. At the outlet of the final heat Perkiin and Goolwin got an advantage of seven lengths All the heats were rowed on the Hood tide, but the current during the linal lieal was more sluggish than when the trial heats w.re rowed. At Putney bridge, however, the Americans had gained on their opponents aud reduced the lead to two lengths and a half. Tecmcr and iian.m now began t) draw clo.er up and a quar ter of a in:!o further they v.-em well ahead and pulling steadily crossed the line easy wiuners by several lengths. The prize lor the crew" of the lirt boat was ninety pounds sterling; for that of the second, forty pouuds. A dispatch fiom Solia to the Tinus aj's that General Kaulbars attended a secret meeting at which a resolution was. adopted to overthrow the present Bulgarian govern ment and be proclaimed a ministry under Zeakoff with General Kaulbars its head of the army. The British steamer Persian ilonarch, from Xew York for London, ran on the break water while entering Portland roads last euening. Hie discharged her cargo all night ami ttill continues discharging. Her foie compartment- are partly tilled with water, and xie is in a dangerous position. Prussia. BKPi.rN, Oct. -0. A sensation has been caused in llanover by the sudden flight of an esteemed solicitor. Dr. Yon Ilartmanu, who left many debts behind and who em bezzled monies and securities to the amount of 200,000 mark?, lie has gone to America. v The ilhie5 of King Otto of Bavaria h . reached a cri-is. It is rumored that lie s in a moribund condition from exhaustion, brought on by the fury of his mania. The queen's mother has sent for a prie.-t to wait the end. The supreme court at Leipsie has en tenced Druhner, a compositor, to two and a half years impri-onment at hard lalnr and tiiree year. loss of civil rights, for -t-ting anarchist placards intended for distri bution. The evidence showed thai Drnb ner had intimate relations with nnarcmt iu Bmriand and America. Afghanistan. Cai:c, Oct. 30. The Ghilsea tribe r-d a jionion of the Hayus have been joined by the ieaow md robber Saduand. under com mand of the son3 of the notorious mushki. Alum Moltah, and have risen against the Ameer nnar Ohusnw. They attacked and dispatehetl an Afghan regiment which was acting as escort to a treasure train. The rising is attributed to popular discontent over the c.Y-Csive rate of taxation. Ilunfrarr, Pektii. Oct. 30. Thirty poor ieoplc have b:en found -Ic-epi'-5- i"n arm v.-nter drains in this city. They wcrceniireiy iiRksd. The ltac-s. Ms-inu-v. Tenn.,Ott,30. Selling p-.ir, T-. mik, nil age, i.-sinnd ixon iinndSly, ?hil l-cwis. second. LI:on third: time. 1:33 3-L lilatch race for Si500, ;J-i mile; Ivattie A, won by three lcBtl?, never touched by a whip, " White Foster -ws whippI dow a hoiae stretcii; tie, 1 :19 1-2. Third t. Two----oks, 14 mi-e: Hose won, Ftorimo-C Second, Txura, tlrird, time, 1:19 3-L AH :. 1 1-16 0: Little Mhuiie jwoa haodilr, Pinality second, Uarhsra thim; time ls?2 1-4. AU aces, T S mile- Jim Kave won y a ' head, Littk J? coad, Mofuurfe Uiird. tiaw, IJS-i i-2. Steeple Clt3. short coarse: AtrH-a wrs, lion iinr secoad, .Tndse IJuraeltc third; time, 3:t. Wa-UIN-.ton, Oct. 33. Noil Jockev Club race.. Track fair. f l-irt ractr 1 mile. n-Etcens, 'J-xcsrs-om j Dunbine won hv two lengths. P-essnl-y 5ecocd. i-munc tiurd; time l:. Second race Congress stakes, all ages, 11-S ails: Irish Pat wen by a etc-. Valet second, Peniico third; time 1-5S. Third race Potoac stake. . for S-jear-olds, 1 3-S miles: Tne Bard won bv six lengtlis. Elkwocd second, onh two ran; time 2:21. Fourth race 1 mile, for beaten horses: Jim Douglas won by three lengths, ITolian second, Bonnie Prince third; third 1: Fifth race -Iaddicap steeplechase, the full course: Jack won by a short length, Tennessee . econd. Shamrock third: lime :3. Fat Stock and Bull Bntter. 3A-J3as Citv, Oct. 30. The- fat stool s' ow closed today with a very satisfactory record for the week. Armour's packing company is preparing to manufacture oleomargarine on a still larger scale under the new law, having in creased its capacity io 20,000 pound ocr day. ' The v-opaen. of a Cllc fcDid you ever ss an egghatch? I don't mean looking ac the egg as it lies in the nest and just seeing the shell, but I mean seeing the inside of it and watching th gradual development o a chick from a globule of egg-yolk to a lively, downy, chirpins fowl, ready to go out and forago for worms. It Avas over at Tubisen uni versity, Germany, that I saw it. Great fellows fcr research, thosa German pro fessors. This one was Dr. Gerlach, who seems to have given himself up to investi gating the growth of life. And now he sitting up nights watching eggs turn into chickens. How does ho do it? I'll tell yon. Ha takes n fresh esg and cuts n bit of shell out of ths little end. He chooses that end so as not to disturb tho nir bub ble at the big end. Tho bit of shell he cuts out Is as big as a. nickel, nnd ho take3 it out just as a surgeon would trepan a cracked skull. Then he can see the inside of the egg just as plain as can be. Ho takes a little of tho white out, just enough to turn the yolk around so the germ is whore he can seo it. Then ho puts tho white back very gently and seals it up. uHo has a little glass saucer, .very thin, big over as your thumb nail and curved jut like the bit of shell he cat out. He put. this over the ho'.e. being careful to let no air remain under it, and seals it on tight with collodion. And there yon are. You cau seo everything inside the egg shell as plain as in a tea, cup. Put it in an incubator with a glass side, and you can watch the wholo proc.-s of the growth o" the chick until he picks his way out of the shell. You can lake it out of the in cubafor,now and then aud examine it as closely as you please. And I believe Dr. Getiaeh isnow preparing a set of photo graphs of tie interior of tho egg, one taken everv hour from tho putting of the egg in tho incubator to tho hopping out of the hatched chick. sow talk about heariug daisies grow: Cor. New York Tribune. A Sljjn of Intrrtrd slilty. A nuain. physician was wont to say that lie knew a gentleman or lady after he had dined with them. Speakim; of a new comer with whom he was not favora bly impressei, lie said: "I must have been mistaken. I have seen him dine, and I respect him." It might not be a good plan to trust a man who knows how to eat, without more tangible recommenda tion, but there is certainly an outward sign of inward nobility iu tho table com panion who knows how to handle his Lnifo and fork so deftly that you must need your eye to know that thosu arti cles arc a part of the table fnrnishhi-rs; he pour cream and drops sugar into his coffee in n quiet manner; ho dines throughout in a way that may 1. A ! -piro confidence, althougu it wins admi: ition. Do vou say there is nothing in it:- Here is such a diner's opposite. He is not down in hi3 chair till the hall is aware of his presence; ho spreads out his napkin osten tatiously; he thrusts his elbows alright angles; he beats a tattoo with his knifo and fork while waiting for his course; he takes his glass of water ntouogulp; he peppers and salts everything beforo him, and -wonders wny tho neighbors sneeze; he comments on the victuals; he smack his lips; he tells where he was yesterday and where he is going to-morrow, and why. Jt takes iron nerves and a strong constitu tion to contemplate tho possibility of his presence at a table threo times a day for two weeks. ICausas City Journal. IC -periciico ivlth :v I'uiIiUnjr Glace. Not long ago a certain well-known lady, who had come into si higher circle of so ciety by the acinisi.ion of an unexpected fortune, gave a dinner party to a coterie of her new associates. Desiring to add a few extra delicacies to the feast, she or dared a number of dishe3 from a popular caterer. Ono of them was a pudding glace, and a few minutes prior to serving the descrt he caused it to be placed in the oven to warm. A few minutes later he opened the oven door, and discovered that the translucent solid, with its im bedded fruits, had been reduced to a liquid, and the fruits iloated serenly on tho top. In other words, it had melted. The Argonaut. Temperament of Youiis Csllfurnlans, There are not materials at hand to form precise opinions in relation to tho elleot which environment nas prouueeu on tne Cnlifornians of the first generation. That it has caused some modifications can not bo doubted. Observation tends to estab lish that the young Californlan is of a lighter temperament than his eastern cousins. That he is more temperate and at the same time more fun-loving is bo vonl cuastion. The predecessors of the pioneers in California were the most ab stemious of the human race. But most marked characteristics will be developed in the second generation of Califomians that is now flowly coming up. ban 1 ran cisco Alta. Nciv Feat of I'eailntno Autlaclty. The unassailable girl, of Fifth avenue have a new feat of audacity in promenade manner,. They whistle 'for their dogs. The fashion was to lead their ptts by fanciful strings, or 19 led by them, but now the bei'.o who desirss to keep a littlo ahead of the general procession in stylish ness lets her dog go loose. Then if he wanders eff she stops still, lifts her pretty head high, purses her lips bewitchingly and emits a clear, musical whistle. Each girl has a special call, understood by her dog, and this anon3 ia some instance to a bar of ratisic from some opera. "Uncle Bill's Letter." Trr o "Wny. of Xoo-b at It. 'Yes," said a physician, "poor Smith ls deaiL I did all that medical sdeac- coahi do, bat nature had to take her cour. In s.ckn-3- nature is all powerful; the phy sician cau only assist and direct-" 'Well, how i5 Brown?"' "Brown is all right again, but his was one of the worst; cases I ever bad to con tend with. Nothing but the n03t sfcltl f ul treatment saved hi" from the g -yc" New York Tim es. A Cost of 3Ir Color. The app-c ol shirts of gorgeou coiorand the advent of ths racing aoa are ste-oltaueons this year. It is a csri otta freak whkh makes the rao. ex travagant combination- admissfb-a as Jar ca the shirt boo and cnL. are coa cemed, but rigidly p.es--bs a white col lar. Of all ths fashions that have Uc-d tho tow: this is by loag odds tho roast absurd. B-iy Hall h 3rooya Eagle, Tte 3I4c TCh. of the Ohio. Sps3d35 of the 3n!cl perch o tbo Ohio r-Tr, W. 1L Tr. j: -e huin nnlas or -3S5 is predsced by t o corrc qatedbones la the tatyzzh or threat, -sraSca tfeey ra. toge-her. azd ihc soend i-oc -b arindlo ol the rlolis or rcdcal gl3e- Xjwg? ')-? '" .!-tiVS".?L"- S SfirlOTv .Tint-. ivL 5&;:S3"--. 'J - - IHSIffi "M--1 Zfcr 0 tV; '73 rDff Of course GOLDEN One Price Clothing House, "Wiiicli alwavs keeps tlie Best and tiio Finest, tlao Largost and tlio rt-.f.-n.Vn .-.S-.1- n r T-nr-t- i t?n snrrlior irrn rTV f1r .Tlfl Wnfl vlCiUt-J-, W-sJ VJi-lJ ---v . -v- v t w - w, - - onl v do as wo advertise. We have ust received w a large line of Clothing whicli wo are selling at the folio-wing his Bargains : SUT? Mprohr.nl Tr.llor Prlci-. $25.00 35.00 50.00 OVSHCOATS. Our I -Irrohant Tailor ptir l'rfc"r. l'ric. Jf- S10.00 $22.00 $10.00 15.00 28.00 15.00 22.50! 45.00 22.00 I G5.00 25.00 Headquarters for Underwear. 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c and 1.00, Wcrth 40c, 60c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Call and get our Prices before buying, Golclen One Priee Clothiers, ITo. 223, Corner Douglas and LawTenco avennee. I. GBOSS, Prop. GRAND OPEWrNG OF . H. Nelson's Bargain House N O. 222 NORTH Saturday, See Some of the Glassware. Iarga Goblets, Colored Tumblers, Lsrg-3 Pickle Dishes, " Sauce Dishoa, " Bu ter Di8he-, Covered Diahoe, " Cream "'itchors " Sugar Bo wis. " Spoon-holdara, 'inware. Dippers, Guns. 3 Quart Pass, 5 ." . 3 Quar Pf-ns, 5 ' BryadPane. 5 " 2 Q ..Covered Bucko-B 10 " ' 6Qt.Govered3uokets 10 ' Dinn.r Bucke-s, 25 " I also carry a 01 H1 of i&rger sfstad goods at 10 cents apSace. Miscellaneoiis- To- ol Packs, Hat Racke, Lajje Scre-w Drivers, Rol. ins: Fine, Vv'ooden B3"wls, KIcife Bo-c?, Lamps, Lamps, Lamps. Larger F izo, Lamps, Eb-tra Finl&hed, Soap, 3 Cak?s in a Box, Soap, 3 Cakes in a Bo:., Thr-i.n r.hie'n TTr.ri'-kerchi&ffl Ladies' Handkerchief-- o contc apiee. - Ladiea' ilarKkercli-Ta 10 cento upi&oe. Gents' Harzdkcjrcmefs 10 cents apiece. Iistra Aii.T !--n To vrel a 10 c.nte .pico- Larse B-th T&-.ls 25 rente aplw. Fins As.ortn.nt of Batketa lOto 50 t; Fin.-ABSortmn-icf.-se3 15 casta to SLSO Ladifes Gssimbrs. Fxtra Pino -SI -00 FSce Asorimer.t of Albume 2o cwri to ji Pull Assortment of Scrap Albuxr.4 10 ctaa c., Decf rated W .t. 44 piece, 6 pr a-J. A Laro V7&Bbbo-?l ezd Pitchr for ? 1 . Coal Oi. Stoves $ I Each. ioft Children's Trxki L-om SO X-t to f L25 rv-11 1 Sise from 5 cfcEtsj -Ows. i - - ff.L:7o;nof Decorated 'Jnp &nd Baaeasv W --.6 - Larro Asortrr- ezr. of Ladies' coisn asd Brs-t Caa. ' eT:- E ur-top 01 -ea. SO i czSa a Pair. gS -. Se-s Hr.If Hom 10 C.nts Pair. Fne Assortment cf Pocket niv3. Hair. Cloth trd Mioe Brhm. ne As5ortres of Ast waro Fino Aor-m6:t of White Gramt. Ware. Other Goods ot Every Dsscr.ptioc in Pr oportoa. I Invite all to Call and beConyined - &t&tk ?. -.! '''; OF TUB f-?'fl '. from tlie JuJji- PfTS. .'r-Uav Tuitet '"'-t I'ltoc Iv. $ 5.00 $2.t0 8.00 -.00 lO.Oo 5.CO 13.00 0.50 Kagle LIAIH STREET. Oct. 30, '86 Bargains Offered. 5 Cents Apisco 5 " 0 " 0 " 6 " 5 5 " " c at 5 tL " A Cento A&imm 5 " 10 Co-nta Apiiae. 15 " 10 " 10 15 ' 15 " 25 " 35 " GO ' ' fOT 1.00. 5 10 a-cc. 5