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Sfo WSStcWax .$safa$ gangfe: MttstTaij IPimmig, f it 24? 1890.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
yards during: the past 24 hours 21
cattle, 2,411 hogs. Shipments 316
cattle, 150 calves, and 1,371 hogs.
The supply of cattle -was exceedingly
small, and notenouehto supply the de
mand. The buyers are all on the mar
ket again and much more activity is
manifest. There is an active demand
for good fat butchers steers, cows and
heifers. Very little demand for stock
ers and feeders or yearlings. Thin
heifer stock very hard to sell and prices
very low. Poor and half fat stuff not
wanted at any price. There was a good
supply of hogs again today. More
sorting is being: done, pigs and lights,
also heavies, being taken out. Lights
selling at $3 to $3.25, bulk of heavies
at $3.35 to $3.40. The early market
was weak at $3.35 for packers grades,
as reports from eastern markets noted
a decline. Later reports, however, re
corded an advance and prices here re
acted and 2 1-2 to 5 cents higher was
paid fcr the balance of the hogs. The
market closed strong at $3.40.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK HAEKET.
Wichita. Kan.. July 22.
The receipts were very light, not itelnc enough to
ro around. There ere n. few Rood butchers' smiles
and some thin heifers. The buyers were all on hand
nsaln toar, and had there been cood supply of the
right kind of cattle the market would have been
active. There is a Rood demand for good tidy butch
ers crades that are fat. Half fat and jrrabbers are
slow sale. Thin heifers are druggy and fcoll very
low. The market closed steady.
Native shipping fctoers. good to extra,. .$3 75 00
uooa to extra native Dutcuer steers, liuuee
Good butchers steers. SOO&IOOO. .
Native feeding steers
Native stock ers
Choice cows and heifers ,
Fair to cood cows and heifers..
Poorer grades and scallawags. .
Sfli) ffi3 7.'
2 75 S3 (10
2 50 &2 70
2 25 (2 7
.... 2 00 (32 2U
1 50 .2O0
... . 2 50 2 75
2 25 &2 50
1 no 1 85
1 00 fel 25
150 &7 00
lesof cattle at
...770 2 20
,...ior 2 oo
.... itti 2 00
.... 570 1 75
... (117 1 25
...ll.'-O 1 III
.... 970 1 S5
Following are the represontat
the fctock yards today:
Cows and heifers.
TJio supply was liberal again today and Including
vesterday's hold overs .".252 hogs were on sale Unlay.
The packers wanted hogs and succeeded in getting
lii'ist of the receipts except the heavies nd very
lights. The buyers were all on hand and the market
to active throughout and everything sold. 31 ore
sorting Is being done espec.ally on the very light
grades and pigs, whicn are helling at ?3.00i5i.'Uj.
Packers' grades opened at ?:!-.35 and advanced to
J.H.40 soon afternoon and closed strong at the ad
vance. Bulk of Jlcxicos fc253.30.
The following are the representative sales of hogs
st the yards todav:
No. Dock. average. pkice
TO 20 212 S 40
R) .... T. 340
fit .... 2f 3 40
( .... 21S 3 40
4 ... 227 3 40
77 .... 2IC) 340
TO 40 2117 3 40
77 S3 223 3 40
.t SO 'K 3 40
52 .... 1! 3 40
53 .... 202 3 40
59 - 80 225 3 40
CA .... 221 3 40
21 40 254 337
47 .... 21(1 S37M
7i; 40 225 3.TJH
M JIM 217 3 "37k:
7! Hi 22-i 3 37M
. ..- ae 3 3j
I) .... 221 3 .;
Q? 40 ' 2 3 37K
:a .... li "'Wi
71 18) 217 337j
u 2iV 3 3.1
47 :::: sa 252
51 JO 21S !
i 40 iiw ft ;
,u 4u aw ::
43 .... is- :'
M 40 lil'i
XI 100 215
(n .... am a
m io its ,3S
5U 2S) 217 -l-b
TIGS ANX LIGHTS
tfo. Dock. avekagk. Price.
( .... 13fl 325
III .... ltf 32.5
U .... "2 32fS
14 I... J 17 SOT.
l'J .... 105 3 00
Fo. Dock. avehagc. Tnice.
S) 370 3 40
5 ... mi 3 40
H SO 375 3 40
10 40 SSI 3 40
31 131 Si J 3 40
11 40 401 3 40
4 .... SB 310
r. .... .U 3 40
3 .... S7U 327)
5 S) 410 337W
4 .... 340 37j2
13 .... i "'
it 40 ass as;.
V, po 4 3.r.
15 SO 35S ?
17 lai xa ssj
21 1B0 3S 0.0
Nothing doing in the sheep pens as no shrop was
sffered on the jnvrket.
Good mutton bheei). SOiS.100 .-J 504 00
Good stock cuot, 75) 'i sftit
Good stock, wethers, 75355 o U3o ri
Good to extra lambs Ww.4 M
TVIclilta Ilorsc and Mule Market.
WicniTA. Kan., July 23.
The market rules very quiet. There Is no im
nrovement in the wipply. Tho demniul is rather
Kxtra draft horses $,,t! nJSVJlffi
Gxtrd draft hor, U 11
KoorMinnres WO UU li J)
Gxod mares ,4,'! &JS! in
Kxtradri'cr (fer?? 1.9.
Good drivers -- i"
i OXi.110 1
Mules. 14 hand
Mules, 14H hand"
Mules. 15. hands
Mules, heavy. 1G&1G nands
75 nix '.O IU
;iiiva, so oo
25 :Mt 50 (M
fi l4 75 00
so oiK w oo
10 OW 105 CO
125 UMltr. HO
tHi CO 00
Hogs all sold. S '
larket closed strong.
I'nckers took most all the hogs.
:i,252 hogs sold antl weighed up today.
Nearly S.000 hogs for lirst half of this
Cattle market active as all the buyers are
on hand again.
F. G. Stock is buying light weights for
Jones & Stiles, of Chicago.
Hog purchases today: "Whittaker, 1,763;
DoliCoS!; Armour, "iSk Mexico. 197.
The cattle buyers for the local market
and shipping trade are all on the market
again and there is now an active demand
for good fat butcher's cattle.
J. 11. ISlaupin, Latham, was in with a
car of ho-.s.
Blakeinan & Hearne, Loon, sent in a car
E. Harned, Atlanta, came in with n car
N. J. Thompson, Wilmot, had in three
cars of hogs.
S. D. Kobinette came in from Brenham
with a car of hogs.
J. M. Pirtle, El Dorado, sent in a car of
V. P. Heath had two cars of hogs on the
market from Rock.
V. H. Gammon, Akron, was on the mar
ket with a car of hogs.
Coi. E. Nell, Arkansas Citv-, sent in a
car of hoas.
Carr & Sou, Udall, had in a car of hogs.
J. E. Knoblauch, of Knoblauch Bros.,
came in with a car of hogs.
S. L. Russell, Gladys, marketed hogs.
J. 13. Kell sent in a air of liogs from
B. C. Cochran came in from Eaton with
two cars of hogs.
.1 . S. Norris, Furley. was on the market
with a car of hogs for Xorris & Gard.
A. Barnard, Oxford, had a car of hogs
on the market.
"W. K. McGregor was on the market
again today. "Mc" has been laid up for
several days and says it seems good to be
at the yards again.
J. K. Clark, Harper, came in with a car
James Grimsley, Viola, sent in a car of
G. A. Sliller, "Winfield, had a car of hogs
at the yards.
P. J. Quigley, Harper, marketed hogs.
"W. T. Bulkley came in from Rose Hill
with a car of hogs.
J. E. Cooley, Rose Hill, was in with a
car of hogs.
J. if. Patterson & Son, Attica, sent in a
car of hogs.
J. B. Shough, Pontiac, had a car of
mixed stock on the late market.
Herman Herr came in from Greenwich
with two cars of hogs.
W. P. Pack, Mound Ridge, sent in a car
LIVE STOCK MAEKET.
St. Louis. Mo July 23. CATTLK. Iteeelpts,
lS'A shipments 1300. Active; strong. Native
3 S5&4 50; stockers and feeders J2 25S3 40;
Texans and Indians $2 303 50. HOGS Be
ceipts 5000: shipments 1500. Shade higher
heavy $3 ;V33 75; packing ?3 G033 70. SHEKP
Iteeelpts 1500: shipments 8J0. Market steady.
Falrto choice 14 0025 00..
Kansas Cirr. Mo.. July 23. CATTLE Receipts
9300; shipments XjOO. Market steady; to 10c lower.
Steers ?3 2.V34 40: cows, $1 50(33 Io: stockers and
feeders. J2 503 75. range steers. (2 232 10; range
cows, 1 502 00. HOGS Beceipts 15.000. snipments.
4&00. Market 2.5c higher. Bulk $3 50; all
grades $3 47J43 57&. SHKEP-Beceipts2700. ship
ments S0O. Market weak to 10c lower. Good to
choice muttons 3 85 4 00; lambs ?1 85S5 35;
stockers and eeders i'i 7523 25.
CnicAGO. 111.. July 23. CATTLE Receipt
18,000. shipments 40X1. Market dull, weak. Beeves
14 4034 80; steers ?3 40.-34 40: stockers and feeiicrs
2 0033 40; cows, bulls and mixed ?1 40&3 40;
Texas steers, f I G033 40. HOGS Receipt. 2.000:
s-hlpnients 5000. Market steady, firm. Mixed
$3 (3 00; heavy W 7033 35; light. J3 70
3 85. skips 2 Xi3 . SHEEP-Beceipts 1000O; ship
ments 2000, Market lower. Natives J3 505 30;
western ft Wil 50; Texans 13 5054 70; lambs io 000
Wichita Grain Marker.
Wichita. Kan., July 23.
.Wheat-Receipts 3,000 bu. The supply was fair.
The demand i ratlieractivo and prlcesalxmt steady.
Corn Receipts 15.C00 bu. The supply allows some
improvement over yesterday. No change In prices.
Market active auu urm.
Oats-Receipts 5,000 bu. There i3 a good demand
and prices strong.
GRAIN Car lots on track:
WHKAT-Oood milling, old and new, 6x370
other giades, GOcand down.
CORN No 3 or better 2526e. white 20327c.
R YE No 3. or letter 25c
HAY $4 50 per ton In car lot.
GROUND CORN-Chop In car lots 55c per 103 Ibi
Wichita l'rovjslon Market.
Wichita. Kan.. July 23.
The market on most lines rules strong. The de
mand is fairly active on the leading articles.
SUGAR CURED MEATS Canvass or plain hams
20 lbs and tip 9UUc.hams 1S20 lbs 1 llc.ham me
dium and up 10312c. nams small size 10&12 lbs lOJu
12Wc. California picnic ham 7K7J-rC.breakf.ost bacon
full width or strips) S10c, dried beef-ham (extra
dry)03(510c. smoked beef tongues per dor. .1-350, cot
tage orboneleshams88!iic. New York shoulders fi
GHc. California bacon 6M&7UC, Tenneaseo bacon Cc
rolled shouiaers boneless be.
SIDE .MEATS Short clear sides packed fdrr salt,
$54.ri575 per 100 lbs, clear flitches 0c. Encllsh bel
lies 6c. long clear sides $5 305 SO.shoulders 5.
clear backs 5 45G 00 per 100 lbs. long clear bacon
15 S50 12! cwt. shortclear bacon f 5 45 fi 3i!4. ciear
bacon backs C 00fi K2)s. bacon filtclies iC 00C Gi4,
bacon shoulders 5 62Jv.
SAUSAG E Fresh pork sausage No 1 SJWOKp. fresh
pork sausage (extras) 7c, Vienna and and Frank
furt 10c. head cheese 5c. bolognas rounds 45i5c.
bolognas middles 4s5c. nlckles bologna 4Hc.45c.
tongue sausjige 5c. liver sausage 5c, blood pudding 5c.
LARD Basts Tc's. clioice family Gtc. baker's spe
cial fic. pure leaf 7c. Whittaker's Star G?fc. Whitta
ker's nastry fijfe.
FRESH MEATS BEEF Sides or whole carcasses
56!-ic. hind ouarters 07c, fore quarters .'VJc
loins 810c. PORK Pork loins Cc. tender loins yc.
spnre ribs 5c. back bones 2c.
PREPARED PICKLED GOODS Pig's feet put in
halves and spiced. Quarter bbls. 40 lbs. 1 25. kitts. 15
lbs. 75c. Pickled and spiced pig's tongue Kitts. 15
lbs. f 175. Tripe, pickled and spiced Quarter bbls.
40 lbs. 130. kitts, 15 lbs. Oac
Wichita Produce Marker.
Wichita. Kan.. July 23.
Jl verv good business was done today. Tho sup
ply in nearly all lines exceeded the demand. Prices
steady all aruond.
POTATOES Kansas COc per bushel, northern 70c
new. P0cl CO per bushel.
r liliAli Kh-AOW .iC.
ONIONS New $1 00 per bushel.
PIE PLANT-Bn'ciier ID.
LETTUCE 2e nerlb.
RADISHES 5c per doz. bunches.
ASI'ARAGUS 15c per doz. bunches.
SPRING ONIONS 15c doz bunches.
PARSLEY 15c doz bunches.
EGGS 7J4&'.'c per doz.
BUTTER Fancy creamery IGc. choice creamery
15c. choice butter 12H!e. fair lOc.cooklng butter Sc.
CHEESE Eastern full cream 13c, half cream Ilia
12c. skim RaPc, llniburger r3ijllc. brick 151G. lull
cream Swiss ltial0c.
CHICKENS Live hens 55Jcper lb., roosters 3
ac; spring, 10c.
Wichita AVholesale Fruit Market.
Wichita. Kan.. July 23.
ORANGES California Mediterranean sweet
f 1 5'i5 00 per box. Messina ?5 50ti 00 per lox. Im.
perlai $5 50 per box. San Diego 4 75 per bos
Rodl. fancy, ft 00i 50 per i box.
LEMONS Messina per box. JSOOiaOSO.
BLACKBKRRIES-f2 002 50 per crate.
PINK APPLES Nonn In market,
A PPLKS New. G075epcr bu.
PEACHES-SI 001 50 per bu.
BANAN.VS-12 00 $3 00 per bunch, fancy f 3 50 per
FIGS Layers 15lSc per lb J oval boxes $350
3 75 per 100.
DATES Persian GO lb boxes, Ss9c per lb, Fard,
1214 lb boxes, 12Jc per lb.
HONEY California, lib frames. 17lScperib.
Wichita Flour Market.
Wichita. Kan.. July 23.
No developments in the flour market which rules
quiet. Prices lirm at quotations.
Rest )atent, per cwt standard price ?2 (B
Second patent 2 :W
Extra fancy 2 10
Shlpstutf, bulk 45
Bran - 40
Wichita licather Market.
Wichita. Kan- July 23.
SOLE LEATnER-rsiaughterJ2y3Ic B. A. 27
20c, good damage 21J2c
HARNESS Acorn oak 34c. No 1 oak 31c. L. H. 32c,
Union 30c. Hemlock 27c.
CALF-Domestic5ce$l 00. French $1 00l 5a
CUT HALF SOLES-Extra heavy 3 50. heavy
f3 W). medium f 2 50, light $1 25al 75-
Wichita Hldo and Tallow Market.
Wichita. Kan- July 23.
HIDES No 1 green thic per lb. No 2 green 3 por
Hi. No 1 green salt Cc. No 2 green salt 4c,dry nfdea
Owc per 10. mr. aim sutK mtnwv
"TALLOW No l. 3-Mc per lb. No 2 2sc.
SHEEP PELTS-SU.5c each.
Wichita Wool Market.
Wichita. Kan.. July 23.
Bright condition-Bright medium I3c, heavy me
dium He. light fine 10c. heavy fine lie.
Earthy conditions Medium 10c line 7(isc, coarse
S10c. .Mexican select grades 1012c, coarse and
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPE
New York Money.
Nr.w Youk. July 23.
Money on call easy, ranging from SJs to 4 per cent,
last loan 4. cloed oilered at 4.
Prime mercantile paper 5&CJ4 .. .., ,
Sterling exchange nuiet but firm at ft S4Jf for
00 day bills and $4 Sst for demand.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. HU July 23. Wheat dull-closing
abiHit the same as yesterday.
Corn Quiet, clo-etl .tc better than yesterday.
Oats Oats were fairly active, a firmer feeling
prevailed. , . . ,,..,
Mess pork-Quiet, prices exhibited very little
change. . ....
Lard-Trading fairly active. The market closed
rather firm at yesterday's close.
Short ril side Active and steady.
The leading futures cloed as follows:
The leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT Julv 57!c August SJc September Si.
CORN-lulvSSae. August 35V. September 3c
OATS Julv- 33c. A Jcn-t 30Hc, September 2iac-
PORK-Jnly 20; Augut W 25; September
LARD August fo 77H; September $5 20h: October
SHORT RIBS August f5 CO; September f5 12?;
October fi 17H.
Cash quotations were as tollows:
FLOUR quiet, unchanged.
wheat-No 2 spring. &7.4SSc: red. KJia
TIMOTHY-! 3S1 4a
PORK-f 11 30.
SHORT RIBS-Skles ft aV5tfa OX
SHOULDERS Dry salted J5 5dftS ert.
SHORT CLIVR SlDES-fj 30g5 Sw
WHISKY-f 1 M.
SUGAR Cut loaX 7Ji7?ic; granulated &c; stand
ard A 6c
nrTTKR-Weaker. Faacy separator !S4cai5.-
flnent crenmerv 1S314C flnoUilSc, flceat dlrr.
lmitw-. rise SMte-
Kansas Cltr Province.
Kansas City. SIo. July 3.
The D&tly laaicstor report:
FLOUR-XX. RSc; XXX 15 faRUr f I He. choice
f 1 4 fancy f 1 1 extra faacy f 1 331 S3- palest
f 2 W3. 2 IS.
M. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O. DAYlDSOlf, Pres. C.A. WAIKTE.V. P.
Jomr Debst; Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'ES' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Largest Paid TJp Capital of any Bank In tho Stat
Shippers of Live Stock can save both.
time and money "by doing their
"business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS MM.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
WHEAT Steady. No. 2 hard cash TTVc; July
TTc. bid, U asked. No. 2 red cash SOc bid, SOKc
CORN Easier. No. 2 caaii and July".
OATS Steady, No. 2 cash 2SMC; July 2S&C.
RYE Easier No 2 cash 43Jc July 43c.
EGGS Quito at Sc.
HAY Firmer and higher. Fancy prairie, old
LEAD-Qulet. soft Missouri and common i 3 65,
refined f." 70.
BUTTER Creamei-v fancy 1415o other cream
ery HCJl.Tc; dairy &uii:.r; fctorc packed fi10c.
CHEESE Steady. Northern twins lOSHc; West
ern Sa9e. Young America lftSUc. skimmed 405.
LIVE POULTRY Finn, good demand. Clioice
hens f 3 0033 25: small fat S3 H)S2 75; roosters f 2 00
(2 ft), spring chickens f 1 2J&2 00.
DRIED BEEF fT OT.
DRIED SALT MEATS-Short
clear sides f G 00;
iin- loii' clear C 00: shoulders $5 SO.
SMOKIID MEATS Long clear fS 03;
f G Wh sliort clear sides 44! 50.
LARD-iteUned. f7 23.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Louis. Mo.. July 23.
WHEAT Higher. Cash SSc, August STJgc, Sep
CORN Higher. Cash 3Cc, bid; August SGJSc, Sep
OATS Higher. Cash and July 04c August and
PORK-Quitc. Retailing $11 00.
LARD Nominal, Butcher grade?. So 50.
ATTOB1STEYS AT LAW.
THOS. C. WILSON", JOS. A. BltUBACIIER.
WILSOX 0 BXUBACIIEIi,
Attorneys at law, 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlOS-K
W. P. Cam piiell. Jas. I.. Dveii.
Attorneys at Law, Wicqita, Kan. lOGtf
H. C. Sluss. w. e. Stanley.
SLUSS 0 STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law. Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion ,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J.R. Hallo well, J. E. Huj:
Lato U. S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL C HUME.
Lawyers. 142 N. JIain Street. Wichita, Kansas.
A. P. IlOIIlinAUGII. W. II. RACCH.
IIOHUBAUGH C Ji ATJCII,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made any where in the United States and
Canada. No. 117 Main St.. Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2. 4 and G 203 N. Main St., Wichita,
JOHN W. ADAMS. G. V. ADAMS.
ADAMS 0 ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. nlce. first stairway east of the
Wichita National Bank. HG-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting glasfes.
Oaice 127 N. Market street,
Israel &. Myers block.
DE. C. C. FUliLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
531 East In uias Ave.
IS North Market Street.
alls Attended Promptly. 53-tt
DJi. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's !l-asesa sprecialty. Homo
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Home, 711 South Ida ave. Wu-! lta, Kan. 14B-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
OfncehoursOtolOa.m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday. 9 to
10:r!0.a. m. Room IS. Fechhelmer Building.
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Fye. Ear, Noe. Throat and
Catarrh. Rooms IX and 15
No. 205 North Main street.
Residence. 1200 South Em
Has opened offices over 126 North Main street. Wich
ita. With the practice of general medicine and sur
gery Dr. Jennings will combine special work on the
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. A1m. the proper ad
justment of glasses. Otrtce hours S to 11 a. in.: S to o
p. m. Residence, i!53 Waco avenue. D-ti.
The Photographer. Pictures In all sties and styles
He al'-o carries the finest asortmnt of picture
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Bitting block. WlcliIU, Ki-isa
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Architect. Room IS. No. 203 North Main Street,
Wichita. Kansas. U7-tf
W. T. ritOCDTOOT. C. W. BIRD
BBOUDFOOT & BIBD,
Architects and Supertntaaieata. ODce la I"ch
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droit store, Wichita, Karss-s. IH-tt
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BOYD'S DEXTAL BOOMS.
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ELDRIME k CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas,
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BHILLIPS c0 PHILLIES,
"Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College,
members of the Chicago Veterinary College Asso
ciation. We are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including canine practice, dentistry and all
surgical operations. Hospital accommodations for
all patients requiring special care. Calls by tele
phone, telegraph or mail will receive prompt atten
tion by day or night. We use an operating table
Instead of throwing horses.
Office, Hi North Lawrence Avenue. Telephone
(With A. D. MaUory.)
Abstracter, Conveyancer & Notary Public.
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land in Sedgwick county. Room 216 Sedg
wick block. Can be found during business hours at
county building. 105-tf
EEAL ESTATE AGEIs TS
Fred W. Israel. R, C. Israel
REAL ESTATE AND RENTS.
Such bargains as we can now offer In Wichita
propertv and Sedgwick county farm lauds were
never offered before. Money carefully Invested for
non-residents and their Wichita interests properly
and faithfully cared, for. If you want to buy you
will save money by listing your wants with us.
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Reference Wichita National Bank. di3-tt
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North Main street. E. E. Bleckley.
Passencer and Ticket Agent.
NEW TIME TA1ILE CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND
("Great Rock Island Route."!
In effect on and after July G. IS).
! ARRIVE LEAVE
f.OING NORTH AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs.
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago. Through
Mall and ex. dailv
No. 4 Kansas City. St. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. C2 Accommodation,
dally except Sunday
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail
and ex. daily
No. Gl Accommodation, dally
11 35 A M
Elegant reclining chair cars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
sold and baggage checked through to all points
north, south, east and west, and steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket otlice 1U0 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 109.
C. A. RrTnERFORP, Ticket Agent.
JNO. Skdaptian. G. T. & P. A., Chicago, 111.
ST. LOUIS & SAN l'RANCISCO R. It.
I ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass (to Ells
worth) Going west, pass, (stops at
SOI A M
4 55 p M
10 40 PM
2 27 P M
Going East, passenger
Going East, passenger.
Going Wi-st to Burrton
City Union Ticket oflice. 122 North Main street,
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA A WESTERN R. K.
i ARRIVE I LEAVE
Going West, pass, (daily)..
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
tiolng East, lreight
D. H. Rhodes. Freight & Pass. Agt. 122 N. Main
Mipt., cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket office 122 North Main street, and at
Union Depot, Douglas avenue, W. D. MuitnocK.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA k SANTA TE R. It.
NORTH AND EAST.
Colorado aud California ex-
05 P M ;
1235 P. Mi
4 ft". P M J
12 40 P M
4 10 P M
740 A M
4 10 P M
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma A: Panhandle ex
City Union Ticket office 122 North Main strcet,and
Union Depot, Duglas avenue.
"OEPORTof tfco condition of the
WICHITA NA- !
JLITIONAL HANK, at Wichita. In th
sas, at the close of business, July 1st
Loans and discounts
Overdraft, secured and unsc-
U. s. Bonds to secure circulation
Other stocks bonds and mortgages
Due from approved reserve agents
Duo from other National banks
Due from State banks and banners
Real etate. furniture and fixtures
Current expenses and taxes paid
I hecks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house....
Bills ur other banns
Fractional paper currency nickels
Lecal tender notes
Redemption fund with V S. treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation)..-
Capital stock paid In
National bank notes outstanding
individual deposits subject to
Demand- certificates of deposit. .
Cashier's checks onwtanding...
Duo to other National banks
Dae to State banks and bankers
ft State of Kan
h. 1:'JU: j
MUM MM .
7SLR54 23 :
r . v
Total $ 13,.04 i
STATE OF KANSAS. )
Countt or Sedowicv. " I
I. M. W. Levy, president of the above named bank
do solemnly -wear tha' 'he above statement is true I
to the best of my tnowledee and bbf. (
js. . r. 1 , 1'reswen'.
SubcrlbKl and worn to before me this ard day of
Seal July, 1S9D. C. F. MARTIN.
My commission expires March 9, ISC,
Correct attest H. T. Kramer. )
N. F. NiEPKRLANTEH,f Directors.
J. C. Rctan-, J
A handsome lithograph map ef this city. coaUtn
Ing the name of all the strw, parks, colleges and
public baUdiSfs, hotels, etc A complete sap.
twelve by fifteea lnci. 03 liaen paper. ca bhad
it tab once for 10 ecu each. O
I Yard. 541 Wert DouzU.
Branch offlce 137 North Ula- Teleijhoae IB. A HSii
Card. Wei!r.jc It1UUoth
Lnaeheoa Carrt. MeauCaitU.
Jfirrj iaTiiutR. i-rrais or
Llthcsrachd at the Wicasu
.aua. 1 - m, a.a
Deeds, mortgages, etc.. LVebrasta form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office,
dress the Wichita Eagle, Wichita. Kan.d
Adle to Mother.
Mr?. Winflow's Sootninc Syrap ghoald
always be ued for children teetmnp. It
scotbes the child, toften the cain., alleys
I pain, cares wind colic-nd is the best
rhnedy for diarrhaa. Twentv-flTecents a
eoule. dtH tf w4J tf
The Frisco lice mas Pullsnaa sleepers,
reclining cbair cars (seats free, dafl- to
St. IwObIa, without change. -No otbr Mae
does this. tf
A NOTED W1GMAKER TELLS HOW
DISGUISES ARE EFFECTED.
Makinp; a Tan'a Cliin Look Unshared,
radication o Personal .Feciaritiea
a Very Important Item in SijgnUIns
a Person Cost of the Work.
Mr. Charles H. Fox, the. celebrated wig
maker of Covent Garden, has recently ex
plained that he is constaatlyin .the habit
of disguising persons for purposes quite
unknown to hjm. Being of optlon that a
few more details about his "unholy art"
would not be without interest, we dis
patched a representative to see Mr. For,
who went to business ct once:
"You would be astmhed," hobegan, "to
know the nnjmber q people who come here
to be disguised. It has grown into a part of
our regular business.. Men of all classes
come gentlemen, defectives, amateur de
tectives, and I.do not doubt- 'that I have
disguised on many occasions some of the
greatest criminals of the flayf Of course it
is none of my liusmess to .Inquire into the
purposes for which thesoluissKises are as
sumed, though sometimes I,-m told. The
people who come generally fiave some tale
to tell on the first occasion but I take
these tales with a graiiy or two of salt. A
large number of priyafo detectives and
even Scotland yard 'fneaicotne to me, and
as I know their business I ask no ques
tions. That they should disguise them
selves is perfectly legitimate. However, as
I was saying, sometimes I am told after
ward what tho disguite was wanted for.
MANNER OF DISGUISING.
"Why, I have a customer at the present
time who comes in sSmetimea two or three
times a week. He is,mado up as a middle
aged man and goes- o2 of the shop so com
pletely disguised IhaGconeof his friends
know him. I don't fow what his object
is. Ho seldom stays away more than two
or three hours, then comes back, resumes
his natural dress and appearance and I
hear no more of. hfm-;ill he. comes again to
be disguised. I fancyit is a case of 'cher
chez la femme,' but, of course, it is no
business of mine."
"Do you ever have ladies to disguise?"
"Xo. In fact, I thiiik I may say never.
You see the art of making up comes nat
ural to almost all women. I think it, is
born in them. They all understand how
to beautify themselves. And if they waut
to disguise themselves they prefer to trust
to their own ingenuity. A change of dress,
a veil, an alteration in the mode of doing
the hair, a pair of spectacles and there you
are; detectibn is almost impossible."
"Xow, Mr. Fox, how do you set about
disguising a person?"
"Oh, it is very easy. We change the ex
pression of the face by deepening shadows,
niter the shape of tho eyebrows by touch
ing with a trifle of color, put a little hair
on with spirit gum, cuaniie the fashion of
the hair on the head, and sometimes throw
into prominence tho bones and muscles of
the neck. Making up for the street is to
tally different to making up for tho stage.
For daylight use we must employ as little
paint as possible. A piece of burnt paper
produces a lovely and most delicate color
which we use for deepening shadows, and
It is imperceptible to the gaked eye of the
"I can produce the appearance of a chin
which has not been shaved for three or
four days in a very simple manner. Tho
face is first toned to the requisite shade:
then covered with a thin layer of spirit
gum; then a quantity of finely cropped
hair is then dabbed on to the chin and j
cheeks when the gum is nearly dry. Of
course the things to be avoided are to leave
the gum shiny and to have tho hair dabbed
on in patches. Practice makes perfect,
and an ndept hand never makes these
MINOR POINTS OF THE ART.
"Crepe hair may be used for whiskers or
beard in an absolutely undetectible man
ner if carefully put on and trimmed after
ward. But I prefer, instead of using wigs
or false hair, to alter the dressing of a
man's own hirsute appendages. Thus, in
your own case, by turning up your mus
tache, by showing your upper lip, just al
tering the set of your eyebrows a little and
by deepening the shadows on your face and
neck a littlo you would find your face com
pletely altered. But there is ono important
thing in effecting a disguiso which you
must not forget. It is not alone the head
and faco which must bo altered. Tho at
tire, the dress, must undergo just as com
plete a change. A turned down collar, a
different suit of clothes, boots and hat, and
even the pocket handkerchief needs to be
different from that you usually carry.
Why, do you know that the very manner
of carrying a handkerchief in the pocket
has been sufflciont before now to detect a
person through a clover disguiso?"
"How long doesdt take to effect one of
your startling disguises?"
"From ten minutes to half an hour, ac
cording to the character to be assumed and
the amount of work required. This also
regulates the cost, which is from half a
guinea upward. In ten minutes, for half
a guinea, I will disguise yorrso completely
that neither your own mother, your wife
nor the editor of your paper would know
you. As I have said, I prefer not to use
wigs of courso their use increases tho
cost and I always demand a deposit if I
loan them. Yes, sometimes I get sus
picious characters; then I notify Bow
"During the Jack the Ripper scare I must
have had hundreds of customers. At last
it got such a big thing, and I took such an
interest in the affair, I sent across to Bow
street, and several of my customers were
shadowed. One was followed to Mehtone
and another to New York. They all pro
fessed to be amateur detectives, but I
fancy some were anything but that, and I
even dare say that tbe gentleman himself
may have passed through my hands more
than onco. It is quite a common thing for
largo publicans, who own a number of
houses, to disguise themselves and visit
their various places to watch and sec if
there h any Bhady business going on with
their responsible representatives, but I
think the majority of my customers are
jealous husbands, who think it necwaAary
to keep a sharp eye on their wives." Pall
To CoL Dona Piatt belongs the credit of
havicg started the crusade against "The
Car Hos'." Five yeais ago -ha contributed
an article to the Attrican Pr Associa
tion under this tie. It ha4 a wide circu
lation, and . baa a goefc effect rn toning
down th ecccatrrejSfai ct porciaotraveJers.
But, as in the case of liberty. It require
eternal vigilaace to rotorm the car ho
There is a now crop ftzj year.
Tbe kali taaj i, or death plant, of Java
has no b whidS, ronnuaUy rive oil a
perfume paK5Kfdl as to overcome, if in
haled for any lensti of tcae, a fall grown
man, and -ahszk kills all fcrraas of in.ct
life that Approaches ccs caotisi1 to come
a nder it inCiMncc.
WHIe ei25idng a horse at Fort Col
lins, Colo., tie aniiSl faocas? nrgtd
jjyl atteniptSi jtolnte i lesser. The
trainer ?aaceei4t JctrTeIJSi3g the fcri'
oca beast from injermg him atil the
halter brofc, wbta tie sisiai pickd
prostrate rasa thc"Brate trasrpled trpoa
hir listrer'6 dicpt tzs. crushed.
threa ruisBianiJtharfiesh i
aH pass-cf -Sgicrwd acd
c- trz the eqjsi- ad tasw niiu
the growkn-cealrjd.- Then
bis. tt ni. tha.cosa. of ths
0 o A o Y
" . &
N L A
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The f ouffwias rate u!cr t Merest tcaClnsj
irill be nse
STPayable Sfrrctly in Advance.
Ko ulTernsieci takea t or-Iee r!D cat9.
One Use tvertise sat c UT ecTaie as two
dO ADrSBTigSMSNTS 5 "ih-KUX CN-
Tfi fobbxddSj." i
IricM g!vea riBT,class fcpai la tills coftmw
sppUcAbib c? xo leCiif ftdvaniiaaesis. No tcrtigu
sry;s:s tliea a: prtce33i
Aoer to tfer:ijin a;t career tiir
Eaolz o21cp shooia &j called ror irttMs JOday-'
xer lMBrtloa. Wfcefc advertisers xtlth raplrs fur
warded to theartimped envelopes t ie ;at.
Reference toxonmr ftdverjlseaeat oeld yivr
description aai date et insertion or copy j! tee ad
rerri4aent oiV be sent .
JTct responsible for advcrtisents cin or dis
continued br telephone.
WAXTED FEMALE HELP.
Under tbas bead 2c per line per day.
XTT-AXTED-A OIRL TO DO HOUSKWOKK.
Rood wages, Applr at HIT ."er TokB
avenue. d $
ANTKD-A OOOD COOK KXQUiKK AT
Jlrs. J. K. Hume. ilS W.ieo street, d fiS4t
"lAANTED-A GOOD OIKI. AT
I jwreiiee. ilrs. W. V. Hreru.
-l-rrANTED-A GOOD C. IK L, at 1055 North I.w
VV reuw. if
rANTKD TO E.NGAOK AS A Nt'KSK. HAVE
nurseii under -ome of the 8rst docorj of this
cltv. am well roeoinmenile.1. Addrw by leUer Mr.
31. H. Bell, Zyba umne county, Knn. dR-U
L a u n dressscs.
WANTED-AN OFFICE CLERK; LADY WHO
can operate the CRllKtnph typ-swrKer prpfwr
rcd. Jlubtbenccurft'eat iliure- uni ft sKt pUtiH
writer. Apply in own handwriting " ddrefc Nu.
50. Eaclo oaice. w
r ANTED-AT WICHITA OVERALL KACTO-
ry, lour or flvo kock! oieralors. anhJ
SITU A TIOXS-FEMA LB.
I nder this head lc per Hue per day.
ANTED-TO DO HOl'SKWORK IN frMALL
family, fall at West sldo hotel imiucdtatrly.
II o i iskeepers.
W'ANTED-I'OSITION AS HOrsKKKEl'KR HY
V a middle al lady or work In Hnmll family.
Heat of references given. Room 61 ZUnmerly Mock.
Miseella u eo us.
DB ESSMA JilXti.
der this Head 2c per line per day.
WA X TED MALE HELL'.
I nder this head 2c per Him per day.
A VAM'KD-A HOOD WHITE HAltllKR WAGES
til per week. Address Geo. V. Traut. WtolMd,
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
Miscealla n eous.
"TTTANTED-A MAN NOT AFRAID OF WORK
YV about nJivelT otable. Call at Eagle ln,
216 North Tojieka avo by V o'clock a. m. Mm
SITUA TIOXSMA LE.
Under this head lc per lino par day.
WANTED-A -SITUATION I1Y A PRACTICAL
roller miller. lxt of references If reoaired.
AddreM "31lller.-' Eaoi.e offle, d C-lBf
"TTTAXTED-nY YOl'VO MAN POSITION AS
V clerk In crocery .tore; uagea no otitic. Ad
dress, elerk iisle onice.
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
Under this heed 3c per liao per day.
X. nder Ibis head 2c per line per day.
-XT ANTED AGENTS- IN KNERY CITY. TOWS
V and riling- in tfe I c!tt tli iexent la
Hate of Kidmo to lake Mibw-rtnttob. l'imunnMrt
can make money. No capital rqnlrd. tfatmpie
ruplex free, (a.-i cotatntoAK luoaey can biektU$
by cettlnr up nubs, Adsre the Sk.luta E'l,
Wichita, Kan. tt-tf
WAXTED MISCEL LA XF.O US
j ANtdTOTRaDE"a HAYfMK:Kr TOP
V V biipy in Bret rla coadf Uoo for a mp 4t
rarriace. Addre W. o. .-v. care i gle. d -
'W'ANTED-TO BUY OR TRADE UpK A
doibi ealM u baczy. ataat to eaaap.
Call or addrcM L. K.. lim Woodiaad aveati. rtly
ANTED- PATIENTS-I HAVE A POSITIVE
cure for Uiw worm. eaarv. r, SaUfa-
tion traaranted in all mm. (.'ail or iildrwa Mary
1 E p-rc IVi . v, tcaita tree. --
1 vl'-ANTED- BOARDERS AT THE flKDOWICK
Houf. tW iju Daagiaa. rwwa aad board fli
j rT w -k. m X.1a. di-'
! WANTED-TO BCY A OOOD SECOKD HAXD
! rw Vr mMM. Add! m.m (las prla,a4
I dla, Easrle oOce.
ANTED-EVERY BODY TO KJfOW THAT
theT oaa bar tlM aama aad fraaaaat aieata aa
cb-ap the pooreat. a taa War ataat aMrVj,
trxiT of Elm aad Waco. !. Daaa. Order 4.
ANTED-JMI HEAD CATTLE TO PaHTI RE
irrM and wr. E. R Mallay. mm.
"AXTED-A HOUSE or rTVB R4X SOOMS
wtth cltF wair aad aot r mm W. - Dala,
191 Eaat Daaaa avaaaa.
ANTT.D-CLERJW. ROOK JTEEPR. aTE-
orrafcr aad hpiecraaa araraton, ar aia-r
urwet ku wHk is bvaawtiaraaMr rait '1
;a h aaare braaH. U call at t Saa)aMra
BblaM cnOec, roraflr Uwoela aad Tapofca a.
v. traRa. kaa. tt
W'ANTED-ALL fcOLDIXN TO CAM. !
1 1 tartr aid rr4 la anas, raatata Jafea H.
Ah. - IM Narta M. aad alio aafllcaia
for p-niloaa. h aa JT d eacptliati la 9m -
. at adirtr a vm yaar elwaa will be at
tokv- rjuae larva wnac tuae aad agpnaan. R" It
rnlly vrtmst u aitnad to aQ bwlauiu yaa atar
hare ta9l of yaar lHry rnwt. dU-tt
A!TED -HORE AXD CATLTE TO PA-
tare. First claM are oae mite tram Cw-
wr. Apwy u j. - naaooen nariaii ar
Raaaatt Eaa lae catapaay.Wa i.
FOB SA LICMLfrellaneous.
r aaar tal kead Je per && jr day.
-CKR "ALE OR TXADT-FOR rXKKTXJIEKKXI
X raal or nai pravvtr ia ar eaaaff .
lira tnr vaiaaat laaaUaaa. Mua ry aU1m
artlrlm uw 1 fana ta eaatral KWkfea , uttr
wrfi taiJ aad ersatataa raeim aad taaliwn
ptrfrrtif. an-Ma. bl at St Larrea aoaM, MA
S. Lawneaee r. J. F. WykkMp d -"
X teiadlMa at isn aaa h)r anata. wr
)owSaa. s1 . ate ra m, raa iw .
vUi i part . Eaaana t Marflk Xms.
d eiaaea ta afiart lawtee Ka aaatfi aa
1Ti fAUE-x yiaarr cuum aT: rem
X 4rtpttK aotrmii U, Rpara. 'JBfrjfe-
uaat; wial r air par paja-y-(
iac aadar fmrpta. r- " "
IR ALECALE atMMSS.
J -rrer aea . bMbk
ku. j ot Hkafiw at aaerr
yrwtH acaavaed to. Closat1
4fea 1 aa-1041
TEE PEOPLE'S COUSIN.
Your Wants Supplied.
I?P,l: .5aierD?FP:S. MORTGAGES AND ALt.
hook.-, eu-.. at U Wichita Eadee & Ortlers br
ifitii pfeniptly attended to. UKlk-tr
wots a iSoaen. Address Wic sie. W1.Ua.
BOB SALE Household Goods,
Undt r Una head 3c per li&e pr 4y
FOB SALE Cattle.
O A A CATTLK "OR SALE-AVJJ H.vVK kU
0)' 'J native leedtec steerv two jtmr oW;
Of e&riiDr. 00 bAif brri two's, SH yeartlac. aM ftr
city. Will S"cll cheap for cAb, or Mx bmaUm Unm
wiUi cod security, o&e-tbini ovh. AK) XXWl ut.i
l-year-oid half breed ieers in Clierokeo strt pv.
ure. oae-thinl cast. WUa&ce MX month Um. Kn
qntre or HWrtdse Jt Ckatbeli. stct yareK tf
LOST-WEDNESDAY AFTSRXOON. AXOPEM
fneo .stiver 1-atcb, etetii make, flttckr will bo
ren-arded by leainy at ilt . loc avk 4 IMl
STB A YED.
Under this head 3c r-er lias per tUy.
U&der this head Ac per lte perIay.
WAX TED Horses a n d Veh teles.
FOB EXCHAXG B.
fader this lintd 3c per Uo per iT-
a"W EXCHAXOl.-SIX HDOK HORSSSASR
2 molv 1 botory. 1 spring wnjea &4 hnteu.
Mf rlritr mtl eMiMv Mt mbm U4 UMU t l
rottiberrd. WtU trwls patrt or AiLfr a eiear Mork
f irvodk. crocerieM prvfermt: lb born mty
3-year-oW pat. Mitive in cood coo4IUa. Art
dren lortc bux II. ArconU. Ko. H 41-41
FOB SA LE Ho rses aitd Veh teles
Viider thH hrntd 3r per Uar.pr day.
IOR SALE-A QOOU FAMILV 1IORSK AND
: peum boary. iDntreoru. w,Jcea, &w)
bteck. 13 (f
FOJ: SALE City End Estate.
Vnder tbts bed V pr ltnr dny.
Ixm s.vle-ooou threk room bocsr vt
. Poni'a SeooiMi MiillUaa. Imm mm h Honl
froiH tato. Inquire Jl Wwdlad turn, Fard i
frecond additiuu. A SJt
FOB E EXT Houses.
ruder tx hwd So jwtr ! r y.
FOR RENT-TO A NICE FAMILY A FOril
room MMfe-e very cp. ! ntot i-mI ramMt
eu rooms with or wtthoM tomr, PVmm mil .Mrv
Lamb. 131 Oikto tret. di'-K
I70R RENT-TEN ROOM
North Market. Tour root
. I SIK.VTBR.
118 Nu.-th MrVet.
FOR RENT IN OLENUALK. HuirjjK SIX
rooMM. all itawered.
liavered. cwoMMiMnl otfUar. smalt
barn, good wtr. all la svi rrpr. Shqvlre nuttn
I. 306 North 34alH street .
dffFOH RENT-AT 1KB NORTH . LaWRENiB
tSt a enite, beauae ttTjm ruoNt. bath. dote, ale ,
at- and k, gHd liable. ll lwotJ. KMulna
al M., atwKh a enue, or ilepbn Hi. It '
5j FOR RENT A GOOcTi HOOMSoviiBr OV
eSL University avenue, near Sefteca. JUMalro
nim 1, aui North Mala.
FOB HEXT fooifio.
l nder ibm haad Sc iw liMepar day.
TORTtENT'" KlrRNISHElTliHl. WITH OR
X without buanti also barb for rent, tall M XR
South Market Mre(. 41 ft
l.OR RTNTAT.MUEliTYtTSlSHianiiM M
I outhern axnoMire. with ga. twlk ad Utf
(xmvitoleneoii, at ill North Tupckn afoiiiM ti if
I7OR RKNT-N K" K.CLKA NA fR YFilONT
' rooms with modora caavKMlnuor atl low
rent -lain brick Sll e Doagtea mo4 tat
Manhattan hotel. KaiUlr of Dr. Famr la a
7!ORRK.T-A VERY DRSIH.VMLK PURJflHIC
ed room, w 901 North Riaporlu. IUU
FOll EKXT Miscellaneous.
I nder lhi bad 3c per Ilae pr 4wr.
1?or "'"rknt :-''mtork no" "w'wrr" "rii&r
1 utreet. gnroad door wat of Mala, Mi 8e4 ardor,
lifet,vary caaapntaL Call oa W. T. Matop Ai
FOU Tit A I) IS.
VmUx taai ho'd Se par Mae par day.
.' r " t 'vt t r
J J A, J l J, J l J Mi.
Cadar tab aaad per Ilae par day.
ONEY TO LOAN-OS Ft'RNtTUlUt, PLJIO.
orvaaa. htirma. mule, rww. waaoaa. .. In
amooata from gS up a raaaoaaM ratm. mrklafi
A Co.. room 3B sarfgw Ick btoct.. taint flow, d .
ONEY TO I.OAN-WE WILL LOAJ Toe
Mionry oa ieag or uliort tha oa (artaa nr clt
dao oa bonwa. caUhs grala, eua I
ltuo Ac H-rper. Xi aad 3R atwrk.
"0 Vol' WANT MNEY 7--J. T. LUDLIM. IX
J J Domey bulldlna, will ka yoa from Si up on
ptaao, orvan. In w hold govda. hona, caltta. ami
ail klada uf good MecurUy. dtiS it
MONEY LOANED ON IIOKKRK. IKJOCIF.H
. cow, niaao, aoaaeaoai faraltare. "U Xmt
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