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l&je idtiia gailg.gle:ixr,cla;g gxtxmg, ttgitsi 16, 1890
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours-17
cattle, 1,773 hogs. Shipments-66
cattle, and 707 hogs.
There was no improvement in the cattle
supply today. Not enough cattle on sale
to cause the least activity among the buy
ers, who are much disappointed at the
very light receipts durinc the past few
days. They are very anxious to buy cat
tle", now, and good prices will be paid for
anything good in butcher grades, also for
native stock steers.
Who cl,rr.l. nf hnrra WJIS Vei"V COOd. Both
buvers for the local packers also Armour's
buyer was on the market and all got their
share of the offerings.
The market was active and competetion
livelv throughout the dayJBulk selling at
$3.50to .$3,573 and top 3.C0. Six cars ar
rived late but all were sold and at the top
figures of the day. There were some rough
hogs, also quite a lot of pigs which sold at
$2.65 to S2.S0 according to quality. Good
smooth heavies brough the same a? good
packers grades. The close was strong.
WIOHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Kaa August 13.
The npply did not amount to anything again to
day and buyers as well as salesmen are much sur
prised at the few cattle belnu offered on this mar
let. Good tidy butchers cattle and native stock,
tieers are much sought after by the buyers and
cood to strons prices - ill be paid for same, ship
pers will do w ell to send their cattle to this market.
Satire shipplnz steers, cood to extra.. .$3 23 3o 75
Good to extra native butcher steers. 1WS
13.0 lbs - ' 83tJ0
Native feeding steers 2 00 2 "M
Native stockers J ; ?
Choice cows and heifrs - 1 ?J -
fairto cood cows and heifers 1 m i o
Bull-and stags- JJ" "
latvearling ..?T 7 CO g-'J
Gocd yearlings 1? -
Grans cows 1 '
Canners 1J? '
Poorer grades and scallawag - , 1, ei JJi
"Vcalcalves, per head " ' w
The supply was fair and market active from the
opening. The buyers were all on hand ana wanted
hog. Prices ruled much the same n yesterday.
The quality was ery good, ;ome rough hogs
amonc the offerings. alo some pig". PigJ eU fair
ly well at prices shown below. Rough hoss slow
Th following are the representative sales of hogs
lit the yards today.
3 (fl , 61
3 5TH )
i !, 0
PIGS ASD tlXGERS
Good mutton sheep. cOSH1 ....
Good stock ewe--. 75iS0
Good stock, wethers. 7&$55
Uood to extra lambs
Jl 50a4 CO '
3 2523 50 I
3 0033 53
i VJi M
Hogs active and firm.
Very few cattle on the market.
Armour's buyer purchased nine cars to
day. Good competition on the hog market.
Steck was buying lights for Jones &
Stiles and will ship out a double-deck car
Both buyers for the local packers were
good buyers today.
Armour's buyer shipped nine cars of hogs
to Kansas City this evening.
Hog purchases today: Whittaker GT4,
Armour 5S7. Dold 361, Jones & Stiles 116.
Total number weighed up 1,773.
yi. L. Fullenwider, Elbing, had a car of
hogs on the market.
M. M. ilunger sent in a car of hogs from
J. J. McVay, Hazelton, had in a car of
hogs. , I
Philo Hunter came in from Elbing with
a car of hog.
X. J. Thompson, New Salem, sent in a
car of hog. '
Sykes Brothers, Murdock, marketed
Captain T. Neal & Son sent in a car of
bogs from Pratt.
A. "W. Sweet came in from Cheney with
two cars of hogs.
TV. T. Hall, Mount Hope, was on the
market with a car of hogs.
G. W White, Elmer, was in with a car
X. S. Priest, Medicine Lodge, sent in a
car of hogs.
TV. T. Rotise, Medicine Lodge, had in a
car of hog.
P. Butcher came in from Sawyer with a
car of hogs.
C. II. Elliott, AVilmot, sent in a car of
J. Gamble, Elyria. seat in a car of mixed
C. T. Barton, of Jones & Barton, came
in from Hesston with two cars of hogs.
Herman Herr, Greenwich, was on the
late market with a car of hogs.
J. H. Porter sent in a car of hogs from
W. P. Pack, Mound Ridge, had a car of
hogs on the late market.
Paugh Bros., Sedgwick, came in with a
car of hogs.
LIVE STOCK MAEKET.
ST LoriS. Mo.. August 15. CATTLE. Receipts,
C shipments ISO. Market 25c to 10c higher. Sa
t ve -tsrs y 4 T1 Xk blockers awl feelers. VI 21
U St. Texans and Indians 12 (TVjtS To. HOGS
Receipt. lnx jnipinent". 1-TI1. Market weak
heavy $3 sA3 fe packing JS 3 Sfc ltsht, fair
to best. $3 7VA3 W. sHEEP-Reveipts Kx). shlp
nento SXt Market firm Fair to choice I UX
K.NSA Crrr. Mo.. August 15-CATTLE-Recelpts
-O& shipments SiU. Market HV h.gher
Stetrs M li 55; cows $1 502 70: tccker and feed
ers $3 ftVi 50; ranee steers 42 tx.2 TUc ranre cow.
H.WflSI. HOGs -Receipts 9.7W: Mpinent-. StOU
3Iarket steady to 5c loner, bulk J3 6a: all trade
5-.; 035a SHEEP Receipts liak shipments TOO.
Market steady to strong. Lambs S ;t 75; go.I
u chofc uiuttoos $5 ro.4 25. stocers and feedeo
i a.'3 75.
CHICAGO. HI, August 15, The Drovers' Journal
reports. CATTLE Receipts. S.00 shipment 4(l
Mrk.K 15c higher Beeves il 505 Ok steers $3 5 vt
4 TO; stackers and feeufrs ft ftX 20c covs. bull
and mixed l JUgS 15. Texas cattle II 4ft2.l 25
ieternTeiRos J li 4 OX HOGS Receipt. .Tu
hniprovnts 751X1. Market slow, lower. Mixed 3 25
ft at iMMivy W 3C5 Si; light. iS .1)U OS. skips 12 40
... SHEEP Receipt-5il0c thIpnBts5iflt Mar
ket v4mdv. Sative $3 7535 50: western t3 50il 45,
Texns H a at lambs J5 t06 2u.
Wlcliita Grain 31arfcet.
Wichita. Kan, August li
What Receipts 7250 bu. There is no material
change la the market, which is active and firm.
I orn Receipts 3RX1 bu. The supply is the largest
fr -ooe tlm. The market Is weak. Farmer
tin 10 be rushing their corn to market now liMt
t!.t rr is a -bow lug for a break in price.
Outs Receipts WOJbu. The supply was light and
GRAIN Car lots on trace
WHFAT.-Good mlUlmr. old and new, soft, S5;
hard T5?o;otb.r ctb1-. 73c and down.
I vRS No ..or better 40c while IK.
RYE So i or better 3Sc
H-V f4 51) per too In curie tr.
GROLSD CORS-Chop Incur lota 75c per M0 lbs
MAEEETS BY TELEGRAPH.
ew York iloney.
New York. August 15.
Money on call close ranging from 6 to 15 per
-cent, kist lean 8. cIosl nfferml at 6.
Prime mercantile paper 57
stcrllag escfcany jtiit teit anaer at H SH foe
Oj day bBte asd J s71 for dnna.
Chicaiio Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Aug I5' VHieat Tradiag wa large asd
more or less excitement again existed In the mar
ket. Influences were of a variable character but the
feeling was bullish and the early decline was re
covered. Higher for September and 1 cent higher
for December than the closing figures jot yesterday.
Corn Corn was traded in 10 a moderate extent.
The bulk of the business local. The feeling prevail
ing was somewhat firmer, early opening sales being
H to H'c better. The offerings, however, were soon
increased and prices went off J6 to Jc rallied, and
closed Jc higher than yesterday.
Oats Trading was more animated. The feeling
most of the session was weak and nervous; closed
tlrtn at a net loss of H to He
Pork Good trade, easy.
Lard Moderate trade; prices ruled rather weak.
Short-rib sides-Falrly active. The market was
The leading futures closed as follows-.
WHEAT August n (OX, September $1 OIK Dec
ember J 1 Wi. ,
COKK August 4?Kc. September 45c. May49c
OATS August 3sic Septemb-r Sljvc May o3c
PORK September til 35; October 10 75; January
LARD September 0 15; October $030, January
SHORT RIBS September $5 37J& October So 47H;
January 15 bO.
Cash quotations were as follows:
WHEAT No 1 spring. lOOJc; red, KHc
CORN No. 2. OVc
BARLEY Nominal. TOeTSc
TIMOTHY Prime! 40.
SHORT RIBS-Sides to 30S5 35.
SHOULDERS-Dry alted To S7W35 03.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-t5 70Sa sO.
WHISKY tl 13.
SUGAR Cut loaf TJiSfc; granulated 6?4"c; stand
ard A 0?ic
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 71.U00 93.0CO
Corn 22Sf irw.000
Oats 216.0)0 2J3.UU0
BUTTER Steady. Fancy separator OV32014c
fine 1SQ.1SC. fine creamery,12;4Sllc good 12G13c,fine2t
diary. 10312c. fine Stc,
Kansas City Produce.
Kaxsas Cixr. Ma, August 15.
The Dally Indicator reports:
FLOCR XX. 65c; XXX 75c: family $1 (15; choice
$1 40: fancy $1 70: extra fancy SI S01 S5- patent
$2 10 2 la.
WHEAT Steady. "o. 2 hard cash Sic: August
SOJiC bid. SOJc asked. No. 2 red cash 94J95c
CORK Lower. .No. 2 cash 4GliiHc; August 45
OATS Lower. Ko. 2 cash 37k August 36$c
RYE Lower. Xo 3 cash 65c; August ole bid.
BUTTER-Steady; creamery fancy 1216c,
dairv lOttlJc. store packed 3JL!c.
EGGS Quiet at 12c.
HAY Lower. Fancy prairie 6 507 (XJ. good to
choice f5 00f6 CO.
LEAD Quiet, soft Missouri and common J 3 65,
refined $3 70.
CHEESE Steady. Xorthem twins lCV?llc: West
ern sc Young America 10llc, skimmed 45.
LIVU POCLTRY Firm, good demand. Choice
hens f.i 0033 25; small fat SI 5032 7o; roosters ( i (W
fe2 5I spring chickens $1 25f&2 (X).
BREAKFAST BACOS-J3 51
DRIED BEEF-S7 50.
DRIED SALT JIEATS-Short clear sides $0 CO;
dry lone clear $6 00; shoulders 5 50.
SMOKED MEATS Long clear t$Q snoulders
f5 Oh short clear sides 5 5J.
LARD Refined, i 7 25.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Louis. 3Io.. August 15.
WHEAT Higher; Cah 3c, September fflc.
December 10c May ICP&C lid.
tember 4W(c. October 4c.
OATS Firm. Cash CSc; September SSsc; Decem
3STJ.C PORK-Steady. cash $11 50.
I.ARD Quiet. Butchers' steam $6 00.
RYE So. 2 cash. !5c bid.
CORSMEAL Firm; J2 C02 65.
HAY steady. Timothy $10 0012 S, prairie
choice to fancv 9 SOftlO CO.
BUTTER Choice higher. Choice creamery 14
lCc: Elgin lft20c; choice dairy, U31tc
LEAD-Dull, sellers $4 20t 22H-
BRaS Quiet and easy Jc.
ATTORNEYS AT LAAY.
Thos. C. Wilson. Jos. a. Bkubachxr.
WILSOX cfi BRTTBACHER,
Attorneys at law. 251 North Main street, "Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dlUb-tf
W. P. CAMPUIIiL. Jas. I- Dyek.
Attorneys at Law, Wicqlta, Kan. lOCtf
H. C. Sluss. w. e. Stanley.
SL T7SS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 1U S. Main St., Second floor.
J. R. Hallo well.
Late U. S. Attorney.
J. E. Hume.
HALLOWELL & HUME.
Lawyers, 142 S. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
A. P. ROHRBACGH. W. H. RAUCII.
ROHRBA UGH .D R A UCH,
ATTORSEYs AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United States and
Canada. So. 147 Main St., Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 S. Main St.. Wichita,
Kansas. . dlCH-tf
John w. ad.ms. G. w. adahs.
ADAMS ( ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office first stairway east of tha
Wichita Sational Bank. 115-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Sose and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting classes.
Orace 127 S. Market street, j
Israel Jt ilyers block.
DR. C. C. FUR LEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND . SURGEOS.
OFFICE: I RESIDENCE:
Ml East Douglaa Are. I ir.S Sorth Jlarket Str
Professional Clls Attended Promptly. 15-tf I
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
t omaie ana cniiaren s uist.acca V"'--"'- trl. 1
for Ladle during confinement, strictly prlrate
when so desired. letters of tnqulry confldent.al
nd answered Immediately on receipt 01 same
Horns. 711 South Ida ave. Wlchit. Kan. lotf
je:. y. munsell, m. d.
Medical and surgical dis
eases of Eve. Ear, Noe. ami
Throat. Removal of factil
and other blemishes, and nt
OfflVe and residence. 1200
South Emporia. 64-tf
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
OSlce hour 9 to W .v m I to I p. m. Sundaj. 9 to
HW0.A. m. Room 15, Fechheimer Building.
DR. J. JACOB STONER,
Makes a specialty of childrens' disease, eye, ear
awl throat, with general practice. Physician to the
OSlce o er 119 N Main. Office hours 10 to 12 a. zn-,
2to5p m. m t.
Has owned offices over 126 North Main street. Wich
ita. With the practice of general medicine and sur
gery Dr. Jennings wiU combine special work on the.
Eje. Ear. Nov and Throat. Also, the proper ad
Rustmnt of glasses. OHce hour S to U a. m to 5
p. 81. residenoe. 333 Waco avenue. D-45.
DR. I. C. WILSON.
Dentist. Ail work gUArnteed ftru-cliss- Ofice
Us Exit Dowrla msit oxer Paul Jones i Co."s
drag store. Wicatta, Kana.v 151 41
DR. E. H. CREDITOR.
Dentist. OSce 144 S Min ever Smith Stover's.
VtralU-d lr administered. Residence C36 N. To
peka aveaae. Wichita. Kansas. Sl-tf
Full sets of teeth. J5. JS. and $16;
Gc-d Fillings II. and up: Silver. 75c;
Extracting Wth cocaine. 5uc We
tf raisutjss urauN.
BOYD'S DENTAL ROOMS.
Dr. T. F. Bon Dr. J. a. Hollenbehser
11- East DoBgtas Avease. MP-tf
D. W. SMITH.
Dentist. Room IX Sedgwick. bcUdtr:
M. C. CAMPBELL.
SAMUEL & CO.,-
GRAIN & PROVISION BROKERS.
Correspondents Adams & Samuel, Chicago. '
Grain and Provisions bonirht and sold on marjrins on Cliicaso market. Slain
office Kansas City, Mo., and Citizens' Bank Bnilclinsr, cor. Douglas
and Main Street, Wichita. Kan. Telephone ?0.
C. Y. SAMUEL, Manager Wichita Office.
Prompt attention to all "business and orders placed. tlirou;rli our office.
1 J. O. Davidson. Pres. C. A. WAtriK. V. P
JOHX Dekst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'RS' LIABILITT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any East In the Stats
Shippers of Live Stock can save "both
time and money by doinjr their
business through the
Stock lards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BAM.
ArtJinr FauIJcnev. Cashier
THE IDEAL SCHOOL TOR BOYS.
SALINA .... KANSAS.
Address for Catalogue,
Rev.E. P. Chittenden. Rector.
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per annum. J 150. Addr?-
Sister Superior. Sisters of Chanty. B. V. M. 105-tt
Tlie Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and stvles
He also carries the finest assortment of plcturo
frames in the city. Give him a friendly call and
J. m. pniLLirs. s. e. rniLLiPS.
RHILLIPS & 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. Ill North Lawrenco Avenue. Telephone
(With A. D. iiallory.)
Abstraoter, Conveyancer & Notary Public
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land In Sedgwick county. Room 21G Sedg
wick block. Con b found during business hours at
:oimty bulldlag. icttr
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Suporlntndnct. Rooms 1G and 17
Hitting block, Wichita, uxi
w. u, Mcpherson,
Architect. Room 13, No. 200 North Main Streot.
Wichita, Kansas. 117-tf,
W. T. FP.OCDJOOT. O. W. DlP.U
Architects aad Superintendents. Ofllco la Feeh
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Fred W. Israel, R. C. Israel
HEAL ESTATE A"D 31E'TS.
Tobuy Wlchltacit property and Sedgwick county
farms at pre-ent prices means large returns on our
monev, i hitn. with her stock. an1 other Indus
tries, is just in rr infancy, and such bargains as we
can now offer w e v never offered before A w ord
totheshrowdinie-'or i sufficient. If you wish to
buy vou will save w :iev by listing your wants with
us. The Wichita inn csr.s of non-resident proper
ly and promptly care I fr Office sxnd floor Is
rael Building. IS North M 1 .ke
Reference Wlchit j. Satioual Bank or your Wich
ita acquaintances. dCt-tf
Three hours the quickest to at. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
To Stock Shipper.
To better accommodate .-nippers who
consign to the Wichita mai ket the Atchi
son, Topeka & Santa Fe have arranged for
a train leaving Arkansas City at T..15 p m.
arriving at Wichita about mirfpiht. This
tram will connect at Winlield. taking stock
from Southern Kansas railway, and at,
South Winfield from the Florence branch
and at Mulvane from El Dorado branch.
Arrangements are also made for morning
train leaving Newton at about 5 a. m. and
arriving in Wichita at about S a. m. This
arrangement will last through the heated
term and enable shippers to get their stock
to the Union Stock vards in cood order.
SO tf E. H." Davis, D. F. Agent.
Xo change of cars of any kind between
Wichita and St. Louis via the "New Mis
souri Pacific short line." doS tf
A handsome lithograph map of the city,
showing all the stivets and location of the
public buildincs, etc., for sale at this
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cent
per hund'rea. 23tf
To Colorado and Vtah Points Via the Missouri
Pacific Railway Cheap Rates.
If you are eoing to the mountains of
Colorado or California take the popular
Missouri Pacific fast line and travel at the
rate of fifty miles an hour in elegant re
clining chair cars or Pullman palace buf
fett sleeping cars. No dust or cinders on
this line. It is the shortest line to all Col
orado points and makes the fastest time.
Express tram leaves Wichita every evening
at 5:20, landing yon at Pueblo, Colorado
Sprines or Denver next forenoon. Pueblo
for breakfast. "City ticket office 1ST North
Main street. Depot corner Second and
Wichita. 30 xl
The Santa Fe is the short line to Paeblo.
Colorado Springs and Denver. Noie the
time: Leave Wichita 4:10 p. m.. arrive
Paeblo 6:35 a. m.. arrive Colorado Springs
7:40a. m., arrive Dener 10:30a. m. Through
Pullman chair car and dining car service.
Jst completed and for iale it tils aS.ce "ReoVft
ofTecers AhSlrjr" f- 5. 0T S3periatede
kad Ptintlp of COifMON. CITT 4 GRACED
SCHOOLS. Can b Cf-d la asy dry. Th bet
Of a caTeaIst !x to carry in tt pocket. Basal
taCIcUi.5ace3M;FltnbUBick.Sloa. Sst by sta4J
to &zy ziires upon receipt irf S4 c;tl for cloih aa4
St ST for fiexlble hlnils; Orricrs by 7r,3 suii wI
reccite premj: aUeatioa. Adiress
TEi; WICHITA EAGLE
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFEBEKCE Bradstreefs Report, Citizens Back. Kansas Xatl Bank.
P.. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
mi : STOCK : COMMISSION : 3EEBCEAUTS
3II550CBI PACIFIC K. R.
TRAIN:. 1 ARRIVE I I.EAV
Fort Scott. Kansa City, St., ,
Louis and eastern ex ; 10aji S15PU
Fort scott. Kanas City. St. 1
Louis' and eastern ex CSOp m pa
Conwav spring. Anthony
and Kiowa ex 10aii TCOaix
Conway Springs, Anthony
and Kiow.i ex :... . C0Pii 15pii
Hutchinson, sterling and
Geneseo ipassenger. CQpm 7(0au
Hutch-. KanapoU. PueWo
and Denver ex , HISaii 520pm
AH train run dally. 1
Depot Second and Wichita streets; ticket ofhee t-7
North Main street. E. E. Bi.ECKLEr.
paenger and Ticket Agent.
EW TIME TABLE CHICAGO. P.OCK IsLAXD i
("Oreat Roct Island Route.!
In eflect on and after July 6. 1331
TRAINS. 1 AllRIVE LEAVE '
GOING NORTH ANI EAST. I
No. 2 Colorado Spring.
Denver and Pacific Coast
Expres daflv. fJOAM ICX1AM
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
nnd Clilcago. Through
Mall and ex. dally ESOam 00AU
No. i Kanas City, St. Loul-
and Chicago night ex.)
daily. 1 '45pm '55pif
No. t2 Accommodation, i
dally except sund.iy- j lliSAM 1215PU
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. dally . .. 6S5AS1 610AM
No. 1 Kanas City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail'
and ex. dally J "25pm "00pm
No. HI Accommodation, dally 1
exceptsunday ' 2CQPM 231pm
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, ease and west, and steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest- rates. City
ticket oflice 1U) East Douglas uremic corner Main
street: passenger station corner Doaglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 1W.
C. A. RrTriERFORn. Ticket Agent.
Jno. erastian. G. T. i P. A., Chicago, I1L
ST. LOUIS i. SAN FilANCISCO It K.
Going West, pass (to Ells
worth) Going est. pass, (stops at
Going East, passenger.
Going East, passenger.
Going West to Bun ton
25 A 31 1 525AM
City Vnlon Ticket office. 122 North Main street
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICHITA 4 WESTERN R. It
I ARRIVE ! LEVVE
Going West, pa, (dally)
Going Wet. freight
Going East, pass
Going East, freight
D. H. Rhodes, Freight fc Pass. Agt 122 N. Main
supt.. cor. 4th and Douglas.
Vmon Ticket oface 122 North Main treet. and at j
Vulon Depot, Douglas avenue, W. D. MCRDOCK.
ATCHIsON. TOPEKA A SANTA FE it R.
I ARRIVE I LKAVt
NORTH AMI EAST.
Colorado and California ex
press Cnicago expres
SOLTII AND WEST.
7 00 p M'
4 10 P M
00) P M
740 A M
4 10 P M
Oklahoma Panhandle ex
t Ity Union Ticket office 122 North Main ktreot.aud
Union Depot. Duglas avenue.
Though women are always considered
mora conservative than men, in matters of
dress they are geuerally liberal, if not rad
ical. They welcome the new and despise
the old. But in Newhaven the conserva
tism is strong enough even to preserve the
dress unchanged. All who have visited
Edinburgh know ic a dress as unique and
almost as striking as that of the Scotch
Highlanders. There is a superabundance
of petticoats, unsupported by any appli
ances of art to swell out ths proper degree
of buncbiness necessary to the style. These
are short enough to show the neat trim
ankle cased in white or navy blue home
knitted stockings and strong shoes, gener
ally with a buckle in front; they are of
striped drugget, with red or blue or ysDow
on a ground of white, and the upper ono is
turned up so as to form a pouch over an
apron with pockets in it.
They wear a cap of linen or musKn, over
which is a stout napkin tied under the
chin, upon which the broad leather band
of the "creel" rests on the head. They
have gaily colored Garibaldi bodices, gen
erally turned up to the clbotg3 and open at
the threat, showing a snowy wimpled un
der vest. A large dark blue pea jacket,
generally with a hood, surmounts the
other garments to prevent the soil and
wear of the heavy creel or fish basket.
The unmarried women wear the same at
tire, but without the cap. How the women
manege to keep themselves as clean as
they do with a slimy and scary burden
and business is a marvel. It must be
noted, however, that other fisherwomen
from furtaer east partly imitate their
dreBa, but do not keep up tie same spot
less uutitv of clothes. So we must be sure
when we Investigate that we have caught a !
genuine ewhaven iisnwoman. Woman s
"What the Moon Saw.
"Yesterday," said the moon to me, "I
looked down upon a small court yard sur
rounded on all sides by houses. In the
court yard sat a clucking hen with eleven
chickens, and a pretty little girl was run
ning and jumping around them. The hen
was frightened and screamed and spread
out her wings over the little brood. Then
the girl's father came out and scolded her,
and I glided away and thought no more of
"But this evening, only a few minutes
ago, I looked down into the same court
yard. Everything was quiet. But pres
ently the little girl came forth again, crept
quietly to the hen house, pushed back the
bolt and slipped into tha apartment of the
hen and chickens. They cried out londly
and came fluttering iown from their
perches and ran about in dismay and the
little girl ran after them.
"I saw it quite plainly, for I looked
thronjjh a hole in the henhouse wall. I
waa angry with the willfnl child, and felt
ghvl when her father came out and ncoleed
her more violently than yesterday, holding
her roughly by the arm. She held down
her head, and her blue eyes were full of
" 'What are you doing here? he saked.
"She wept and said, 'I wanted to kiss
the hen and beg her pardon for frightening
her yesterday, but I was afraid to tell
"And the father kis?ed the innocent
child's forehead, and kissed her on the
mouth and eyes." Hans Cbratiao Ander
sen. fUlLWAY BREVITIES.
It is said in The Finaaci! Chronicle that
Jaj Gould controls 1237 EiJca o railruad.
The aTerage cost afl tt railroads ia
ths UBitedScatea is eamawd as. 0,cOa
A railroad wfll probahlT be built sooa
from Eelena, 3rfoat.f to the Ctstla M0C2
'jsia miniag district-
The Peaasylraiiia railroad ksd to drill
23 fete fer good water far in. pajsseagcr
statioa aY Tolsdo O.
IS 1 SPffl
Both Leagues Are Likely to
Finish Out the Season.
W.i HABRIS' 7IETT OF THE CASE.
Hany Changes In the Make TJp of the
leagues Will Probably Occur xt Sa
son Baltimore 3Iay Enter the Leslie.
The Pennant "Will Stay Eatt.
There are no indications of any split in
the circuit of either of the big leagues, and
both may be expected to linish out the sea
son on their present lines. Neither are
there any indications other than straws as
to nart season's lines, but these straws are
sonrc of them of a kind that foreshadow
coming events. It is certain that the Play
ers' league will abandon Buffalo and pos
sibly Brooklyn, and tie three cities on
which they have cost their eyes particular
ly are Cincinnati, Detroit and Baltimore.
"Wnere the Buffalo team will be put de
pends a good deal on ths game put up by
the reorganized Bison3. As the team stood
and played prior to July 27 it would hard
ly be welcomed anywhere. Hence the ef
forts being made to. strengthen it. If
the addition of Cunningham, Faatz and
Twitchell and one or two other players in
view makes the team stronjj enough to win
a respectable portion of its remaining
games and play good bail even in defeat
the team will be very likely t go to De
troit?. If it make3 an extraordinary front
its chances in Baltimore are likely to be
The growing belief is that Ward's team
will be transferred bag and baggage to Cin
cinnati if the prospects are considered
good. About the only thing that will keep
the Players' league ont of Cincinnati is the
winning of the league pennant by Mr.
Steam's present team, an event that does
not now seem likely to happen, although
The only change in the league circuit
likely to occur is the abandonment of Pitts
burg. Nothing can keep a team there for
1891, it seems to me, short of the entire col
lapse of the Players' league, a very unlikely
event this year. The successor of Pittsburg
was at one time thought to be Indianapo
lis, but I think this is wrong. Indianapolis,
like "Washington, is for the present a dead
duck in the major league baseball pond.
Everything to me points one way, and
that is to Baltimore. One of the best ball
towns aside from the four big cities, it has
no business in a minor league, and its peo
ple are ripe for. high class ball. No more
legitimate feuccessor of Pittsburg is likely
to be found than Baltimore, and Barnie's
team greatly strengthened is more than a
probability for the National league circuit
The championship of both leagues will
come east, and the chances are good that
one pennant of the two will float at Bos
ton. Kelly's men in the Player's leagtro
should win unless they fall down in a way
unlooked for now. They will win it on
their batting and base running abilities.
"Old Hoss" Radbourn will pitch about
every day in the wind up, and with Gum
bart in his present form to fill in "the
king" and his comrades ought to land the
r3g, although Ewing and Ward will push
In the National league, Brooklyn, Phila
delphia and Boston will make a terrific
combat. About the only thing that will
beat the Phillies out is their lack of pitch
ers. Gleason can hurdly pitch every game.
If he could they might win the trick. If
Clarkson, Nichols and Getzein keep their
present pace it looks as if Boston would bo
the winner. Perhaps Al Reach will hus
tle up a pitcher from somewhere. Doran,
of the New Havens, can be had for money,
and it would pay Reach to get him. At
any rate one mora good pitcher would in
crease the chances for the success of Reach's
team very materially. The Brooklyn are
still in the ring, and will make a hard
struggle for first place, but I hardly think
they will get it. Boston, with such a pitch
ing force as it possesses, its good hitters
and base runners, seems most likely of the
three clubs to win. Everybody knows
Clarkson's speed in the end of the season,
and with two good men to help out tha
Bostons will make a grand finish and will
be near the wire when time is called.
THINGS THAT ABE SAID.
That now Mutrie's men are batting in
good style his pitchersare weak.
That when the pitchers were doing won
derful work the team couldn't hit a bal
loon. That the Phillies have the first real
chance to win a .League championship they
have had since the club was organized.
That Boston and Brooklyn are the only
clubs ;hat have any license to beat them
That there is only one man who deserted
him that Al Reach, would take back.
That Buck Ewing thinks he could pick
a tearnof world heaters outof the men un
der contract witk the two New York clubs.
Thai he coold. -
That if he did the team would be some
thing like this: Keefe, Welch, Rusie and
Crane, pitchers; Ewing, Buckfey and
Clarke, catchers; Denny, Richard,. Bas
sett, Connor and Glasscock, infielders;
Johnston, Gore, Tiernan, O'Rourke and
That Joe Gerhardt Is playing as good a
second base as he ever did in his palmiest
That John Burdock- has been finally
eliminated from the baseball arena. Like
wise Jack FarrelL
That both sides are giving set queer at
That certain joursalatsare busj prepar
ing tbemserrea to digMC a. goodlr portion
of the proverbial dish, of-aow.
That neither side will quit.
Thai beta sides cualxiT declare a cent- i
promise impossibfe. wiEe fcctb. screcly
hope that ea& caa be agreed npon,
Thai certain pSsyers mil be all right no
nxatterwhioh way da rtad biaws.
ThaS certain other players, won't be.
That the Gias&a will mate a grest play
for tae Players' leasee prrwrnr,, but will
he short a etcidoai theArarfe.
That if the "ser masters11 Insist npn
taking thesthcea gmen awnj from Bea
ton there will Waa ssrfulrmrpiia.
That a'sesec bcafggtfcgy axu't do it.
That Cociixkaya. cre-ar rai not finish
one, two, tkrec
That tha bcacbJcad a- defective fuse.
That Carcaer Dcxno, ct the Cleveland
league team, txrtix to go behind the bts
That ZinaiEer h beaten all records for
catching croseaaiirc ganrry haniae cow
reeeked icxeigaCietk gae-
That BreecerESHBeIliccwith a eag.
nifymgrgiKs srareSK for tho $240,6Go
of prefitrfce prcasisSsi the Ffcrers' league.
That a a-&berof playjro in the Players'
league wiH be back hx thcoiS &$&& .next
year. la P t?K
occa betKsT fJbsa wkea picked teeser cr
Cool Ssaatr Eerti-
"Wiais Caich tae gcang to iTcca
Fahioa snoihsr eranraeT
Msk5 Btft tbaw&
Trini& Kb; ccli eacch fer slaoitts
Mrrj; Tbtfl TfCSt VT3S thi ElltteJ
Wvdks The? dia'. hare the tissue-
Af " W
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Tour Wants Supplied.
The i sllcrrtiu: rates csdsr tio diSereT. Sealing
SJPayable Strictly in Advance.
So aivortf t-cmezt taSas Jcr Its Tran 13 ctats.
One lias edrertlseatsts c&arscd sssze rate as irra
jS'ADTnRTTSSlCEKTS TASSX TQRUXCX
Prices cir?a un&er c1as1J Sea. ta tM column
applicable only to local rnrJ!?cjaenti. 'o leretsn
advcrajtsicats taJtsn at prices cifes.
Answers to fcdverueniis ect la care of the
EaCIe o3c elioald.N! callrfi tor Trtthla Kiliu
after lssertlen. When adTertlsers rtsb replys Tor
warded to tnod stamped eaveiopea must be ssat.
Bcfer-nce to former advenlseaesis should clve
description and d: of icsenioa or copy ot tao ad
TertUemeat should be seat
Kot responsible for adTertlsaats cvrea or dis
coattaaeu. br telephone.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
fader this head Ic per Uae per day.
ANTED-GIRI, FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
wore 3Ir, UuISois. 13? . Topesa. ? c
anted-a good girl for general
bou-rework. Call at 1M N. Lawreace.
T ANTED-COOK-NO. 3 N. LA WRENX'E AVE
.Mr. W. T. Bishop.
"WANTED-A GOOD, COMPETENT GIRL. IN-
quire of Mr, c. II. Smyth. S7 N. Waco. d7l ft
AN 1 til-AT UNCK-A GOOD GIRL. Ml'ST
understand cookinj;. Apply 311 S. Market C
"WA.NTED-A GOOD COOK: ONLY" KITCHKS
work: no waahtas aad good pay. Inquire 11 J
N Market st, d
"ANTED-A GOOD GIKL AT UK NOKTU
-WAN'TED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
V work. Call aad nee Mrs. W. J. Wilsoc. KM!
N. Topelca ave. "Itf
WANTED A GOOD COOK AT 1315 NORTH
1 Emporia aveaoe.
-lA.NlED-A GOOD GIltL PORGENERA L
V housework. Apply at IKS N. Topk- Good
wages to cood cirl Aone other need apply. dR-lt
ANTED-A GOOD GIRL at MSSNerth Law
Let n n dressses.
7ANTED-TEN GOOD bUIRT MAKERS, AT
1X1 north TopetH. u -
SI T CA TI ON S FEMALE
L nder this head lc per line per day.
fader this Head lc per line per day.
WANTED MALE HELP.
Under this head a. per line pr dy.
AMtU-Al O.Ntt-A GOOD PANTS MAK
kr. E. J. GeuUer, inSeld. Kan. d7t
"WANTKD-TW'ENTY COOPERS TO MAKE
lurd Uerve. best prkes. b1 tqk idy
emplojincnu J. M. Moore .V Co.. Vi icnlta, k.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
TlANTED-A CLOTHING SALESMAN. SINGLE
iiwa preferred, state ejporiesce, referettccw
ana yamry aDd Apply at once. Merchant. Lo.k.
Boi . W eilin'Un, Kau. d 5t
M iscca tlanco us.
Lt.der this head lc per Use pec day.
ANTED-A SITUATION BYNO.l ENGINEER.
Address. Frank. NkboU. It MatlMw e.
Wichita. Kan dOTX
"ANTED - SITTATION BY EXPERIENCED
i . biim in wriwi't' ' - - --- - fflriA If Vk.
quired. A Jdrw. W. D.. E-ie oOce. l t
Coachmen, Teamsters, etc.
ANTED-A bITf aTION BY A YOCNO UA,
cood hand with horses. Iaqolre at 10 Eat
Af incclla 11 eo us.
l&tier this head 3c J-r llB- pT day
AGENTS WANTED. -
l o4'T thir head 3c r lis per day
WAMLD ACTIVE MEN A UaNEKAL
aeat to hndie onr tapi worAi lroxh
oiMCrimnnii aeatar. ;-raoTiiiK. .1 '" "
Vrmmuvui aa itit J imyr immtn .-&,-
rmetul on' a mbai tireUBai ttn-mr .mii
from hi tot jt No 30 Botlik Mala Wret. nwuoi 1
'No tjat hratni d WX'
vTa NTKD-" MX-AS AGENT Of Oflfl'AT
TV ei.t t-xlrt Mt iU lBCt. I retail. Alt j
.-s as lo N-w tyl'; aw jUera. ac l-k. j
new Imrtnrj Not goremed ly f t frrj
rnuitii Kre cb-.&c -reBt bMa. 1
O'.r term aad rataicie will conrimrm y mgmt
ttr A t $ pr racinh. Writ tot eie !
territary A.p'a- -afe C o-. CiotUwatl O CI ut
WAVTED-AGENTS TO SELL THS PINLEW
ria,m Lia- tb 00 1 j Uae ver brvat-i
that hold the oothee wsthmtt pta. a t-rfct mm
cev patoat rrtly laaoi. Miid aaly .j azttt. t
whoa the etctotive ricbt ! rtvea. tcHbI of St
reaU we will vad a tanpi lifteby atatl; 43 ctrra
lar. prv lit aad trjavi to axeir cre yoair
Irt-'ltorv at cot Addr The ltala Clothe.
Uae Co.. i: Bermoa Street. WarcKe Ma.
" j-aijmn mw
iET wATfci msrn r.s .- mif.
XX Bsjr aana'T aaade wtt -veral iMt ytis
prUJti-, everybody a tivfla. t all a er ad
Jr KaaiMt Novelty Soppry Oa, B PaMaade ave
aae. Wichita. dn-
"rANTD-TEN GOOD MKN AS SPXf'IAL
V 1 rmim tor ITaJkua ii Tv- Wkehi iaer
sow oyB-to travel aad appotal Miiwur-ecW-t r ike j
i of oar apJ rd ' avaaar or hr bvl- I
No 'xvac&ce aaat at mii nrrMBt m-et-a-y
B.a pnaant ad wMI pay jao jr
n.e'h A rrpr-tat;ve of tike (lo FaiM Mf
fattertaz ' of LiUl'. Ky, h w at the Occ
4rzL. tote root is. Wvt.ta. wTe taacpte of
rwxu caa. be aad eactr-cta ciovd. Call tday.
WAVrEOAGNTS-It ENEBT CTTT. TOWX
aad r3lc is -ie tslUi. Satr rtcrt a
ate of Kaaaaa aciwcriytVKa. r&ctraakera
caa oxi &joaey No capita rvktd. tisspi
t?tr "r. Caah ismiaiaa( 7 eaa be aad
by ceUar p Una. Adereat ti WVcijU. rf -.
WjCSila. A.A3. I-f
WA yTEDMJSCELLANEO CS
'A,vm OOD rvSID RZ4DESCE PBOF-
rny Da t oadW-unl 0t protsW.Stea.
Liator property fcraalawK& Wrtrh b. 1Mkc
--lTANTKD - AX IXtBCETtt WOJCUf. fyrKR
g with Ua. Wo-x l-kt haaart iWt fae
tiUry Addreu -K." otrm mt fjyj. r tt
TT'AVIXD-EDrCATrD LAOT OK OSTTLE
II waa. wH tait tta !4rv ta ary
auUrias aniaL rk !, .rnGka, fcri jtwc
Ad4-eMK. -JJ af 3t-rft. Tf vf.
vATTD-ALT WJJOSWUXW SKRXA
ad rjc.ja. rm ara - aatus. II
ri;r lri Mat tnttitttrmtMiiymrMm,
drew D. car
ITfASTT-D- T'TRADKA 41O0D XXTXJf
' for a J' --wd anur
scatt Ih is rxl repair.
Z4Aiv R B,Kzteorae
D v 1 laDT OkCRUTi FlJllT 1
o lir irtx r-a-f 1 wrt. wi"f
Mod use aad aav (ed wxliad - AeMr. w ;
phAtoaad i-STft ' vhfra wsa avarB. "-
Etas, Arluaaa ty.
TT.4STXD a H-T r TWm TX TOET
1 rmsof aot aeer tlsa wJal i wip
m iMhaa hi aiaWj
aM nava aa
Tac;hars oa prrau &. AiaL ,
irxre'ia wvid iiOpraJlTi, 5tessraJ IH I
THE PEOPLE'S COIHO.
Your Wants Supplied.
"ANTED -TO CORRESPOND WITH ANT
cierorA rood Una Sa Somaer couaty. Kajfas
Address FEasieoSSce. d54
a y antecCLadTes to know that thky
J ,, , ctte celebrated Oltre Braach medicine
at US North Fifth areane, iln. EUea Cobb, cea
eral acsat. tf (
TT-ANTED-A GOOD GENTLT". FRESH COWJ
wmpAyj-oodjnce, T.A.BayieT, SOS la-
sade arease. UtS3
TANTED-BOARD AND ROOMS FOR" M.1 V
aad wife, or for treorstxpeopto: wteter
quarters Waal urtt-dass accomiaedatloas. KeTer
eaces; cood pay. Address, J. J. J, Easle. US3 a
ANTED-A PERMANKNT HOME IX RE
recMHIe farallr lar aa tetelUreat bov nt it
year w itlt the artrtiese of atreAdiac choL Ray is
orai ami liiui whwi. c. iu &&rucuiar au
dress C. CU. this osxe. 'an
TEnrrrsKE all who are in want
of fence pests, sawed or spftt (wfeMe okn.
Caa be had at cceC Car toad oa band at tba Wichi
ta fence factory. 50S E. Dooz las Are. Tl s
ANTED-TO BUY A GOOD DKLIVSRY
W3o&. Ceracr oi Market aad Tbmeeath tv
ANTED-BrYERS FOR THE FINEST CAR-
rtare-i in the rttv at MetroDoltLas Cirrlirn
rieposiiory i. j 2. iuni. otatr
TTTTANTED-A HORSE OR PONY TO USE FOR
if ltsteepta;. Uestofcare. Address No, 25,
care Eacie offlco. K
"TTT ANTED - TO EXCHANGE CASH AND
clear property foe ttoe roomed eettace. W. J.
SteUoa. U3 N 3Ur.e st. dr
-ANTEDCLKXKS. BOOK KKEPERS. STEN
1 ocrapher natt teiesraph atr-Hkiae or othe-Z
peroa who w:h to berfae thoratisMy eenjpeteat
la the above braacae. to cull at the XJ-ttwewtera
ltailne? calleee, confer DoarUs aad Tpeka av.
mw. Wichita. Kaa. 4S tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
fader this head 3c jer ttae pcay.
FOR AI.K - SEDGWICK IX1'NTY FARM.
htc&ly hnproTed. Must U at awn prW only
Jl.'.CO; ooe-haU co.Mi. hahutco fivv yturs, 5 pec eeat.
K.y worth twlce.the moaoy. iafaet Ilrak, ver ES
North Mirte. X ft
1T10R SALE-A WALTER A. WOOaTTtOWtNa
machine. Inquire at row . Xhwerty bUd
TJlOR SALF.-A SfIT OF FINK PARLOR Ff H
JL7 niture ery cheap, at No. iStt St TWy-t
FOR ALE-GOOD PAYING GROCERY BCM
nev l-.t kHaOos. boot trade In cKy. aaa reai
low. tr will Mil buti Jlac. la k-il eaoMy Mt tnn
la .oataera Kbba. UveA rrroas. fo aeUlaff. Ad.
drN Orocer, .re ta!e oSka. (lite
770R"sALK-THIKTY.FOrRHKAD OF PH8 AT
J m Hat.. corruM; of TMroetii aU ArtAa.Aa
ave. J W. Ulena df3
POR SALE 1 WILL SELL CHKAr WR CASK
X a lot of shelf hardwire, carpeuler' imM aad
oe cotJ iuiMl fnrntiar. ac w Ut Ukdo 1m kor
or mule. Call at 7 E. Oat. C A3
rANTED-A GROCERY STOCK FOR Sit R
cfcewa. W . J. bLaltoa. IS N. Marte L dTS-i
WANTED-A MILLINERY STOCK FOR SALE
at a borsata. W. J. SketVw. Hi N. MarK C
FOR i I TIN FRUIT CANS AT WHOLK-Mtiej-
lUT DnwiM. Rife Co. d
rpWKVn-FIVX CKNT A rtt'NDrlaDAV
X thi5 tCkr. oM papors ctiJ tor packhK DU
Ud; aadcr ciryet. U illt tf
170R SALE-bCALE BOOK5. SHORT HAND
J. wrllrrV a4e boott, kiaaL. reooipta a ltd aot
IhxLs ami lrciU Masks of vry kind. Malt oni
promptly aitcBded to Calloa or aHlreas U WhA
ta Eagle. Wtehita. Kan. HMf
IOR SALE A HANDSOME IJTHOORAPH
? map of tnecity of W ichlta. xtve aaMenof ireii
pabllc traUdtar. colleces. park. Mc. Mn Itili an
JlneE paper, prite 4 ceata each, a for Met. H
rrats a aswn. Addreu tha WtcBtta Kie. WlcMta.
J7OR Salr-DEEDS, MORTOAOES AND ALL
. kind-, of lejai blaakr. blank receipt beka, boa
boots, rtc, at thn Wichita Lrl 3J.e. Order by
n.all prvmptlv attended to. dMtMf
FOR SALE Cattle.
3Al lt CATTLK FOR SALE WK H.WK STU
jJ' J native feedtae . two jrr aid.
U) earltne. (9 halt breed two a, 3) vearlias. alt Kmr
city Will eiK heap for raah. or MX m apian tUo
with cood security. ao-thtrd ra. AltoiaOJ a a-1
I.) ear-l4 half bren! steer la C'Uerokr Mrp pftt-ara.one-tk.rdcab.
UiLuKemt ntaUi Mat, ta
intr oa Kldrtdco . CawpboU. ttock yard. M M
FOR SALE-Houschold Gooiis."
fader thin head lc per lloe pr day
I O&T-A HEAVY GOLD BAND RINO. KN
j cravmi ImaM the laiUali K. H D. aad tl
dlo; oa the mVidn bio aarrsw gtd by mawln.?
part way arooad la Uta oatw of UHt rtn ak
annM coid bu.ll oa ontaMe. 1 tador W ! it At
Kagl Ski and i reward. U-t
fader IhU head Sc per Uae per day.
riAKEN fP-BKOWN PONT. BRANDED P O.
.1. no left lai?fa. owaer cu aa mm kr lrov.
tint property aad payia chAteaa. CaU at Ibtr it
KawlFa Livery barn. d .
rrKN f P-BY THE CNDKRBIGN'HOUiriNSJ
X at t math rtftk aveaae. a rd aad wh4 Ketf
er Owawccne have mih by prunes yru party aaii
pnytac elMixMk L. Kw. ft.
fader thU head Je per Ba per day.
A X TED Horses a nd VehicUs.
IV'ANTrD TO RITA JUMP SEAT CAR-
lUc. or liltrMdvttbrr a t Imtgr T m
paa4on aad pay cab diSereat. If oAer aaM Ad'
drewt Bugv. cre taio oSl . dX t
,'AlTKDTO Bt Y X WWf IMZID PONY.
r most tf wkII brkni. h Ukat lady ea rid
aaddrtve AddreM. ulrio: b. cMar aad prtee, H.
10. care iUlll oato. "
FOR EXCHA NG E
fader tbl head Jc pr Ua pr dar.
FOR SALE Hortes and I'ehtclea
S ader iat W4 It r Uae Pf day.
17OK ftALE-A GOOD FAMILY HOKriE AUti
1 pbo buzZT- Jili of U. W, Jti, fUmie
FOR RENT Houses.
I ader talt bead Jc V Ua per tj.
1XIK KKT BKnlDICNt R. A TEMT DHSIKA.
r bu a.rmn ntartia baar oa ! HI!-.
faranlMO or aafaralea'd Lr jard. fro tr .
trm d paur for aorve a4 w kr. ad er
rtace M" coaiaWtaw m he. 4sj. . f-ir
BirtV ular add re- Mr C C Mataa. JUeet-lria.-no
an rR HrST
KEVKK BOOM NOVMC, IS
I frKhkarhowd ts tbn aarlfc M. TM-y
coed iat wh Matall f MaUr Oa -t
r kail a4 diauic foeaa. faratilawt If e-
toarttm fa ib aarlli
ramp m a com tai iw mi
rtMna. parlor aati aa ; n
rtrrd. Adr H. ihla oflto
MOTrt. OOODYIAK. COtUfKJX Of
iMorlaa and Kaaam
all raral4a. aae Kai
W?FKRKJT D WHIN Ula U Jl KaK
fei kt clo la d wil aaiplt tor bwl
I. sao. er IU . JUr. 4.1 tf
rt I"OK RENT a OUfl KP3IIT UiOh! PKPfli
kit u timr kte-'.. of 1a all tmti !
MB hcrt aa4 cotd vatar
laoatrt mAkm m. WM'Mt
fOKHtT HCK Or fOMLO0MU
r o( Twki v. aM n IMUI av w, 1.
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