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i& WteWnx JPafltj gagle: Jfeifag, pfntitt fhfter 11, 1890
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yard3 during the past 24 hours
529 Cattle, 483 Hogs, 1093 Sheep.
Shipments 507 Cattle, 814 Hogs.
The receipts of cattle at the stock yards
were good for the last part of the week.
There were a few good feeding steers on
the market today that brought pretty fair
prices. There was a strong demand for
jearling stackers today with a light
supply. Many more good yearlings could
liave been sold. There was no material
change in prices from yesterday's quota
tions. The market was dull ami several
loads of Texas cattle were forwarded in
There was a considerable falling off in
the receipts of hogs today, loss than 500
being received. The packers took the bulk
of the offerings at $3 C53 S3. Two loads
n ere f orw arded in lirst hands. There w ere
jio new features in the hog market today,
prices remaining at about jesterday's
figures. The pens were pretty well
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wichita. Karu Oct. 10.
The receipts of caltle woro good. The market was
flull, hut unchunc'-d Yearlinc stockers woro In
good demand with hut few In tho mutkot.
Xntlre KblppinK steers. Rood to oxt-a,..$3 25 S3 75
f.f.n1 tnT4rfi nntlvM butahnr (iterH-l(IIU5t
. . i JtfJ V.i lU
2 Zi &M&
. 1 7ft 2 70
... 1 75 2 tO
.... 1 2o m 75
1 & Cl 75
... 1 SO Qi )
1 7o C2 0
. . 1 1i 1 7)
.... i oj (fl.nu
. 50 1 l)
.... m 7 (10
.... 2 V) Gui 75
... 2 20 . 45
1 i) 1 CO
Native feeding steers
I uolce cows nnd helOrn ..
3 alrto cood cows and heifers .
l!ulls and sta;s
I at yearling
Voorerifradesand walla wags
" 1 calves, per head
Texas Fteers, pood to extra
'1 exas t nr ffllr .
lexus cows .
Followlne ore the representative sales of cattlo at
the stock yards today
X.o. Description. At'j. rrlco
4 Fredlnit steers 1047 2 S
8 Pet-ding htoers SM0 2 m
1 KoedlliBrterr 11TO 2 rt
11 Fo(HlKtttir 770 2ft)
1 J-ted BEbfors &i 2W
1 FoedlnKHUMir 18-" "48
2 Fwlltw slivrs T Si'
7 Fit din stee-rs 87 2 .o
fi Mkr W 2 4)
f. Sloektrs -Wi 2 20
4 blockers ; W
1 Stocker. T1 J i
1 Cow lp 1 r.
1 Cow " 1 5
2 Cows JJ3W 'M
2 rows snr. i rt
1 Cow l -J
T CV.W8 JW V
2 Ouns 1 1T l'
1 0.. 8W 110
4 Oow s and otih ae , O) 00
1 MUofe cow 221 1 .
f CoumrMl hulfwiH fJU 1 v)
2 Hutfwti 0 1 05
2 HcWenn on 1
1 Hrffor BIO 1 25
2 llultH 1W 1 7Jfi
5 RhU IMS 100
2 Clve , 2-0 3(0
1 Can&er HiO M
Tim rer(!ntfl of hoai 'noro considerable llchlor
than far the iwM tviolas Prices remain about
steady at yutrda 's quotations.
Tlie f ollowint: nro the representatU o sales of boss
it theyards today
n Dock: Av. Trim Vo Dock Av. rrlr
f2 40 2J( IKi H 270 3 05
(, 2) 2 8 f rich ami i.tcnxs,
"i M) 8 8.1 OS ... 1B 3n'
(f SI0 tti 8U SI .... 14 3(M
5 .... 2) SIN 15 .... VZ Hj
Hood mutton pheep. Pflfl WV)
Ciood Mock trn -(. W9
(.mxl ntoat-. Tvetittjrs, 7i.6.'
(jood to extra Kmb .. ..
. J5 .r4V3 4 00
. ; 0i1 V)
...8 UU1 j1)
...4 19J1 0
JTog run light today.
The pnckeis took most of the Jiogs.
The demand for good stock jearlings
as strong today.
The .speculators took a numbor of the
Hok bujers today: Dold 302, Whittakor
H Ai mour 50, speculators. 50 to 75
Tli oi e is a good demand on the market
for milch cows.
Hanks returned from Kansas City today
where he had been with stock.
McGregor shipped t o loads of hogs to
day. Butts went to Kansas City this morning
w ith stock.
Aithur Faulknor, cashier of tho Stock
Yards branch of the Citizens bank, is ex
pected home in the moining.
Knnublaugh Bros., Audulc, had hogs on
Vails A: fcjtaj ton, Wilson, had in a load
of hoes todaj.
W B Gibbouy, Ponca, I. T., had a load
of sheep at the j ards.
Healy ic Glcnu received a consignment
nf three airs, of btock sheep from Ponca,
Andy Ilartcnbauer, Douglas, had a load
of hogs at the stock jards today.
C. A. Curtie, Kiverdalo, marketed hogs
I B Rob', Isabel, had hogs in today.
Smith & Saunders, Pratt, had hogs on
tho market today.
Craig & McKittrick. Kansas City, had
four curs of cattle at the jards today from
N J Thompson, New Salem, had hogs
In todiij .
L J Foster, Caldwell, had hogs on to
J N. lletBler, Norwich, was in with a
load of cattle today. This is Mr. H.'s lirst
hhipment to this market, and he expressed
bimt-elf quite ell pleased w ith tho market
nnd tho reception given by the commission
men and buj ers.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Uj 1 en cmnli.
"5T Loris. Mo.. Oct. 10 -CATTLE. Receipts
tlftll" HlillHnenw X7IM. arket s!oa Name
ft 7W4 Wk mockers ami feeders. J2 CHWJ 08: Itxan
nnd lndlaif U U3 40. HOG-Reoelnt TVt
l-iiinmentt SI00. Market lower Hohj M 4 40.
It ixwl M90W.4 25. M1E1 1'-Recjrts JWU. uliu..
Dents lilU. JIatket slcaUj. Good to cholco K Uirf
KansaiCitv. Mo. Oct. 18 CATTLI-Recelpts
t i i-lilpmouts SICU. 'Market flnu, Native steers
I JKAlfllC H X2 SO; stockern ami fvd
ii H && S range steers tl sOjts ji
junce oowh tl K21 S). HOGb-Reoellh Uk
m Hueuit. tf'TO Miirket teady, no pod. lower on
I muioti, bulk 13'y4 Cft. all crude' ISKvtlM.
r-HH.l Reculjits 70; shipments 8270. Market Md
l umbo ;wtiu tiHKl U)cIioim muttons JSOC At
btotkers and ItuJers 1-2 S5w4 05
CmrAOO. HU Oct. 10. Tlie Drovers' Journal
reiHirls I ATTI.E-Rwolptn. 1U.OW0 itments none
larkett.low, teady steers T4 CVKiSSS, cowc, bulls
fttid mixed II Wil SO lcxa.s v4ihm fit05ll.
t itie !ters. H itkt- A HOtJs Keceltt Il.ml
t-i ipnntb MarkitrNther hotter Prime ha y and
butcher' vxrlenta 4 eNt 4a. liliU aif4(U.
jtiKt. tt MMtS 00. HFEP -Receipt 10; shipments
--. Market active rfnd beUer NatlM-sS AV4 bO.
VofeUHU SS'.Aa.4 a). Ulllbs 4 v6 M.
W Ichlta liraln larket.
Wichita. Kan. Oct. Jfl.
The MJBily of wkeat was fair today. Prieos re
1 oUow1k are the closing quotatteus on crala
OKAlN Car lol owMtrck
W HhAT-No 2 hue. No 2 hard Site. N"e S SSe, No
I ORN Vo S or better ftftlsc. white 40a, bw com
K E No. r IwMer 75c
HA W 4 60 per tu In oar lets.
URULND CORN Cbpln car tots S.V: per MO lbi
MAEKETS BY TELEGRAP&
ew ork Jlonej.
New York. Oct. Ml
aiowT on call eav raturioc from nXa p- ceot,
last loan , oJos""! offervd hi xv
Prime wercaatlle paper Wj7
Sterling eiclMtneotjuiet and irtwidj-at T4SlkKr03
daj Wlla tad 4 t6 for deawmu " m w
Clilcaco Oram and Prodnre.
CniCAOO. IM.. Oct. 18.-Wbtt- UlgtMr.
OatB I Itarber.
bhort Rlbs-Falrlj active.
The leadinr futures closed as follow
WHEAT Decemler 1 0 Mayf LOS.
CORN October SOtfc; November 513.
nils-Ortolieria December lOWc.
I'D UK December S1U 00, January 111 8a; May
LAKD-Deocmbor $6 3 January f5Ki May
SHORT RIBS Octooer f5 22t& January ?5 (T
May to (T
Cash quotations were as follows:
I LOUR Winter patent 4 WQb 03; spring patent
4 (MS US. bakers 13 tt)&l 75.
WHEAT No 2 sprint and red, fl OOTKal 074.
IIARLEY Nominal. 73c.
TIMOl HY Prime tl 28.
I'OKK-Cash 9 75.9 87M.
MIOKT R1K-Cash 5 3035 ffi.
SHOULDERS Dr. salted t-a 625 71
SHORT CLEAR SIDLS fc 7lSo 75.
V IIISKY-H 13
SUQAH-Cutloaf TJi&Tfcc; granulated CHcr. stand
ard A &lc
articles. Receipts. Shipments,
Wheat 22 (VO "52G00
Corn 1J5, 107.00
(mu ai.w 2-ajj
BUTTER Steady. Fancy separator
fine 203T.te. tine- creamerr. 22&23C,
nnestaiarj. iNKiyi. line JixsuiC,
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas Crrv. Ma, Oct. 10.
Tlie Dftllv Indicator reports.
FLOUR XX, fCc, XXX 73 farallv $1 n cho'co
$1 40- fancy tl TO: extra, I.mcy f 1 SOgl 8a pateut
it Kx I la.
WHEAT Steidy. No. 2 hard cah 5IMc asked.
October Sic bid, 91&C asked. No. 2 rtd cauh Sjchld,
l ORN'-Steady. N'o. 2 cash 4G&lCJc October
4Ss:C hid, lOfic nskod.
OAl StwuH. No. 2 casn 3c bid, fc a&ked,
October vc hid.
RYE stead). No2 cash jjc hid. October o5c hid.
15UTTER Firm, creimery fancy Hfclsc, dairy
IOiS.Ij stori'tiacl.wl m11c
EOOS Easj at lOJic
HAY Stronger. Fancy pralrlo
to choice 15 (XK&C 00; Umothy ! . W&i 00.
bt. Louis l'roduce.
St. Lonis. Mo Oct. 10
WTIEAT nicher, Cash WM$c, December
tl lake. May tl (hk-
CORN Higher. Cash 42c, December 4SJ& May
OATS-Hlcher. Cash TSc. May 42Jc
PORK I-inn Jobbing tlU 110
1ARI)-Flrm Ilutcher grades t6 (XL
W HISKY-Moady at 1 18,
ATTOB2STEYS AT LAW.
JOS A. BUDBACHEK.
WILSON & BltTJBACJIER,
s-ttorncys at law, 2il North Main btreet, Wichita
Kanfiaa Telephone No lL. dllri-tf
W.P.Cavpbelu Jas L.Dri.n.
Attornu) s at Law. Wlcqlta, Kan. lOCtf
II. C. Sluss. w. E. Stan ley.
SL USS C STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris Vermillion,
Attornoys at Law, 111 S Main St , Second Ooor.
J R Hallowi u , J. E. Home.
Late U s Attorney.
IIALLOWELL d HUME.
Lawyers, 152 N Main Street. Wichita, Kansas
P.A.RonitnAuon. w.h. raucil
llOHJtliA UGH J It A UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Btireiu. Col
lections nindo an hero in tho United Sutcs und
CaiuuU. No. 147 Main fat.. W IchlU. Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2, 4 and C SO N'. Main st . Wichita.
Jous W. adams
Attorneys at I nvr Oftlce first stairway oast of the
Wichita National Bank. 110-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. J).
Speelaltles Diseases of the
Fvt. Lar, Noso nnd Throat,
Catarrh and flttluir glasses
Offlte 127 N. Marktt street.
Ibratl i, Myerb block.
DB. C. C. FUBLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
231 East Douglas Ae.
1 1113 North Market Street.
Professional CnUs Attended Promptly 63-tf
I)B. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dlseasesa preclalty. Home
for Ladies during confinement, strictly private
when so desired Letters of inquiry conflaent'nl
xn-1 atiswcred ImmetlluteK on rwcelpt of same
Ho-ne, 711 So ith Ida av 1 Wichita, Kan lU-tt
E. Y. MUNSELL, M. D.
Medical and surgical dis
eases of Le, Ear Nose, and
Tdlrtif Iff mrkr.ll tt frlfiinl
J in d otlier hiemlshos, nndllt-
Ollice and residence. 1300
South Emporia. 04-tf
nss opiiel ofii es over 138 North Main street. Wich
ita with the pricticn of general medicine and sur
Kt llr Jennings will combine special work on tho
rye rcar, hw! 'lhroat. A1m, the proper nd
JUMtmtiit of Klatw9 Offlo hours n to 11 u m .1to5
p. ni rifldinee. bl3 Liwrcocoavenue. D-li
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Ofllce hours 9toWa.mltolp m Sundi, S to
HIAh m. Room is. rechhwliner Building
3. n. rniLLirs. p iwrniLHP3.
RHILLIPS P nilLLlBS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College.
We are piepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including Dentistn, Canine and Cattlo
Practice. Hospital accommodat'ons lor all patients
requiring special care at ilperdaj. Persons wish
ing to purclit- ahorvj can 1 avelt cxamimsl and a
ctrtlncat. o' oundnt-sirlven for to. In surgery wo
km tlu latest d ices including an operating table.
Oils by telephone, telegraph or mall will receive
prompt attention by dn or night.
Otttce. 114 North Unnnce Axenna. Ofllcetele-
Shone No 71. Residence C30 N. Topekaave Real.
eneetelepnoneNo 215. 123 tl
Arohlteet and Superintendent.
BUtinff bloci.. Wlchlt. Kansa
Rooms IS aad 1"
W. R. MaFHERSON,
Architect Rooia IS, N'o. SO North Main Street,
WioaltA. KansM. 1K(
v. t. PKOirorooT. o. w. siiid.
BROUDFOOT C BIRD,
Architects and SaperinuaCtntv ODc la Fch
A. J. APBLEGATE.
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstraoteri OonTeyancer & Notary Pnblia
Fine dracchtlnr a specialty Complete abstract
to anv land in bedgwfck connty Rootn !1 tedc
wlck'bloek Can be found durmc business hours at
jountj building lOo-tf
DR. E. H CREDITOK.
Dentit. Office 1UN Mainover mtthJt Stover's.
Yitnllied air administered Residence b N To
jnka av enue. W Ichlta. Kansas. 91-tf
z. jr. SMITH,
Room 406 Sdgwlck buUdlng, Wichita,
Full Kts of teeth, fi. I aad tVk
Geld HIUncs.fLiuilnp; bllver, 7s
xtracrlag Wth cocaine, 50 W o
BOYD'S DENT J L ROOMS.
Dr. T. i. Rom Dr. J. v. Hollxnbkhczs
11 Last Douglas Avcane. J!-tI
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board ind tnttlea. per asian. S1V1 Addres.
Sliter Surerter, testers of Ctarrty, B. V. 21. 10U
II. C. CAMPBELL.
J.O.DATIDSOy.Pres. a A. "WAXiant, V. P.
Jon Dzbst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
bTOCKH'D'KS' LIABILITY. ,1,000.000
Larjeat Paid Up Capital of any Bank In the State
Shippers of Live Stock can save "both
time and money "by doing their
"business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BASK.
AiHttir Faulkner, Cashier
MISS JX2TIE C. REEL,
VOICE CULTURE AXD PIAZS'O.
Room 315 fcedgwlck Block. 1!H lm'
REAL ESTATE AGEiS'TS
R, C. IsIlAEI,
Eeal Estate and Rents.
To bny Wichita cltv property or edjrwick county
land at present prices means larse returns on jour
money, Wichita, with her stock an 1 other indus
tnes, is Just in her infancy, and such lwrzaf ns as we
can now offtr viere neer oilored befoie All having
bustnc In our line are Invited to call or correspond
The W ichita interests of non-res'dents proptrly
and falthfullj cared foi Oflico fcocoud floor LS
North Market, Israel Eulldinj; dtCtf
W ASSAM, DAVIES & BOOB
REAL ESTATE AGEXTS
Larcest list of city and llind property for "tie.
Also the famous AUin a id Hitchcock fruit lands
for snle A rit.) for Information
Office Moodv building, GaUoston. Tcsas, 102tf
C. A. W RIGHT. GEO STARK MILLER
"WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal . Estate Dealers,
Buy indscll Real stite on commission, collect
rents, have rt pairs made economicall nnl remit
promptly . Correspond! nee solicited. Now Is the
tmm to bin and 1 1 the foundation for a fortuno
1C5N MhIii st Giound Moor Reference All par
ti s for whom we hao done business, hero or eke
The Photographer. Pictures In nil sizes nnd styles
Ho alM cirrus the finest Jhsoitint-nt of pictnro
frames in tho citv. Olo him ft Irieudly call and
RA ILR OA D TIMET A B LES.
Mion 1 pacific 't. n
Kansas City Expre-vs
st. Louis 'Vtall and Express
X msiis( lt Express
W intleld ind Kfoi Exprene
W ICHITA AMI tOI OILA 1)0,
Colorado Mail and hxpre-s
7 10 AM 8 13 A M
.' ". i m i :-no r m
THi) I M , J"4
I Jit 1 M
4 lo V M
0-25 P M
7 40 A M
Depot Second and Wichita str'ts ticket office 1-7
North Main street, 1 RRifrhLii.
Passrneei and '1 11 1 tt gent.
NLW TIML TAUIT riMCAOO. lttHh. lLANt
1 .ilIl'lC KAII WV1
( Great Rock Island Route "1
In effect on ind after Julj w lSl
TltMNS AICKIVK IEVt
OOINC. NOItTH (MIW-T
No 1 Colorado Springs.
Denver md Pacific Coast
Epiess ditllx IMAM SC0A1I
No - KansHsCitj, M. Louis
and C hleago TlnwU'li
Mail nnd tx.dnll) IMAM IMAM
No 4 Kansas ( itj . t. Lofils
iiml Chicago night ex.
daily .. 46pm 165 pm
No 62 Accommodation,
daily except SuikIhj.. . 3135AM 3!15PiI
No 31nsus City, U Louis
and Chicago ex dull C36AM CIO Ail
No 1 Kansas it, "t. Louis
nnd ( iikairo through mail
umlex iluli '.25PVI 'SOpu
No til econ itiou, daily
xept siniii 'Pll 210 pvt
1 legant reclin ng -'i ilr cars on all trvln Jid
laillmanslefiHrsfro "'Ichl'a to Kansas ( it y and
I hicago without chtm,-'- on night train- Tikts
Kld and Kiggase ij(!.sl through to all joints
north, soutli, east and w - ind steamship tickets
hold to all European ikhiim ' lou-4t rates Cit
ticket oftice 100 Eat Douglas venue corner Mam
street, passenger station cot uci Douglas ami Mead
av unued 1 ek phono 190.
C. A. KCTnrRroitP. Ticket Agent.
Io "Jrn stian, G. T A P A . e hicago. Ill
i-T I OUIS i A i lt-M sr) H K.
AM IV i j I KAVr
Going et, io3rt (to Klls-
Going west, pass, (stops at
Going I.ait, jinssengor .
living E.t, paeoenger
Going W-t to Rurrton
fro a m
4 W p m I
rti v i
10 1 51
Citi, Union Ticket oSlce. 122 North Main street
and Lnlon Depot. Douglas avenue.
W ICUITA i. w i.STER R. n.
AKKIVE ! IKWF
Going West, pass idivlly) i &0a vi
Going Wet, freight i .(Wpvi
Going East, twss 725 pm!
Uoiug I at. freight. j W m
DH Rhoi-.. Frt 'tit i PaSi.Agt. 12 N. Main
upt . cor 4th nl DongUs.
I nion Ticket oSice 122 North Main Urret, and at
I uion DejKH, Douglas avoouc. W D MfKnocK
ATVHIsN TOPBKV t,sT TB K K.
THAIN- AKHIV K I I ' V V K
'SOUTH WD LAST. j
Denverexpress 405pm' 4Wpvt
Eastern express . ... !Xiu 124tPM
Colorado and California ex I
res 4MPMi 4PM
icago express ... iMPM 100pm
-OLTH AND WBT
Oklahoma A I'anharKlle ox 740 am 740 am
Texas Isp-ess 40bPM 4pm
Caldwell Ixpraws 7 CO p M 7 00 p M
Citv I nion Ticket office 122 North Main trt.inJ
t nion Depot, DugUu. aveniM.
VVUOLKbAIL AM) RETAIL
Corner First Street aad LawTeoc Are aoe.
Chicago . ard 35h and Iron stieets. Chicago.
A Mnlth. cnletmui Geo. L. Pratt, asvl Geo, W.
Cross. Resident Partners.
I Yard. 541 Wt Dozglxx.
Branch oQce 137 N'crtt Mala Telephoc 122. 113X
Dr. J. E. Bennett
PILES. FrRE-FITTT V and a 1 disA.vs of
the rectum curel without tve ue u't ekL e go
tare, atlcs ordetntlon f"i-n ba.ne-&. No mowj
to lx- pld until patient l cjd
Ir.vate D'ea-so la both ies spday ccred.
Call on or ajdrftsi
DR. J E. BENVFTT
lltf WichJto ode 143 N Main ct.
w-age and ForwPdlac Larr brVk boUding
ronipicUsI. eHXVJ'Ky lpced fnr rn vn and
reshtptag- cars fro all rallroMis witrke4 to hooe
wititoat charge; new. cimtu aad weU ve .ultt al.
ract flr proof, rml of lnaraBci and storac low
goods carefally kaadWd aad rrhl1d o orders.
Ijoaitei. tal of SASC4 Fe f relent depot.
Telcaliose i OSt eu E Dftr.glat. Reiha. s
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENXE-Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Banfc. Kansas Xafl Bant.
IL W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by wire Free on Application.
IRH : STOCK : C0MISS1M : MERCHANTS
Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacific ''Pleasant Hill route."
Through sleeping and chair cara without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 5Sd tf
TEPORT of the condition or STATE NATIONAL
JLt BANK, of W ichita at Wichita, in the 6tat of
Kansas, at the clae of business, October 2, U90.
Loans and discounu $1309 Q
Overdrafts secured and unsecured 207.33
it S bords to secure circulation 23,01.(0
Stocks, securities, claims, etc 15A13
!)ue from approved reserve agents 6G.7ssJJ7
Ou from otner national bank . 12,54 U
Due from Etatei banks ind bankers 4o2j0 ?9 3S3 S9
'Unking home, furniture and tixturef liiUlw)
O'her real estate and mortgages owned ... b,ft4 "1
Current expenses and taxes puld is.i0
("remtums on I, fe. bonds LAWUJ
Checks ana other ca.-h l:ems .... HflSi
cxcnanijes for clearing house.... l,t23
Hills of other bamts 3J.v30U
fractional paper currency nickels
and cents CXCO
Legal tender notes jjjjx) 00 $3,053.63
itedemptlon fund with U. S. Treaurer, (5
per cent of circulation 126.96.36.199
Capital stocic paid In lOnOMOl
Surplus fund b2.000.00
Undivided proflxs 2.74 7j
National bank notes outstanding 22iacU.(U
ludividual deposits subject to
Demand certLlcates of deposit ... 131 J7i31
Time Certificates of deposit LUJOOi
Crt fled Checks . . . 4ul 5
Cashier s checks outstanding (ZTtSS
I "e to other Nation tl banks . .. 6.1.24J9J
Do to State banks and bankers. 2t..tw.3 436.232.00
Notes and bills re-discounted, 1,01-U)
State of Kansas, County of Sedgwick, ss.
I, L D SUnrer. casMerof the above named bank
do solemuly swear that tho above statement is true
to the best of mj knowledge and belief.
L.O ShLNs. En. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me th s Uih day
of Oct., lsW. GEO. W. RalSTOH, Notarj Public
fSEAL edgwpfc County, Kaa.
My commission expires N'ov.l-T. isbl
Con ect Attest. J. P ALLls. )
Pftlii getto, v Directors.
Koa Haukis, )
I EPORT of tho condition of The KANSAS NA
t HONAL IINK. at ichlta, in the stato of
Kansas, at tho close of business, October 2nd, 1--0.
Loans and discounts 1271691.17
Overdrafts, bccured nnd unsecured 6.ts5-i7
I S Bonds to secure circulation 5j,v010J
ttocks. securltie. Judgments,
claims etc .. 21,01001
iueiromapproveiire-erve agents tju.sa; id
ijiio irom otlier .National Dink
Due from Mate banksand bankers
f hecksand other cash items . ..
xc hunges for clearing house ....
Rills of other banks
r r u tlonal paper currencj . nickels
I egal-tender notes . ....
liankibu houefur't're nnd fixtures
Otlier heal date and mortgages
o vnel .... .. .
Current expenses and taxes paid .
Premiums on U. S. Bonds . .. .
Redemption fund with U. S Trea
surer o per cent of circulation .
DuetromL s. Treasurer other than S
percent redemption fund
Capital stock paid In
Cndlvidoil profits ....
National Rank notes outstanding
Individual di posits subject to
check . . .S
Demand certiilcatcs of deposit .
C isliiers checks outstanding. ..
Due toother National Ranks ..
Duclobtatu banks and bankers
17.91J 10 1C0.631
STATE OF KVNJjAS, i
COLNTV Ot bEDOWICK, J83
I A C .Tobes, Cashior of the nbove named
bank, dosolemulj fivv ear that the above statement
Is tiue to the best of my knowledge and belief.
A C Joiifo. Cashier,
ubscrlbd and sworn to before me this 10th day of
slal October, 16.4J. Lofls r Lwkn,
Mv commission expires January Is, ls9l.
COHKECT AITKST A A. IlMII. )
hAM'i. IIODCh. Directors.
jAJIhb L DiLIC V
EEPORTofthe condition or the WICHITA NA
TIONAL BANK, at Wichita inthes-tatc of Kan
sas, at the close of businos, October 2nd. 1SU)
Ians nnd discounts (561,673.02
Overurafw, secured and une-
semreil . .
I s Bonds to soure circulation
btH l.s spcuntie-. judgment".
Duo rrom apprnv el reserve agents
Due from other National banks
Lhi from State banks and bankers
Real elate, furniture and fixtures
C iri nt expense- and taxes paid
C hecks ami other ah iierns
Excn inKK f-i clcnring house ..
Bills or other buiks .
I ra tion il paper currency nickels
ami cents .
iAgal tender notes
Redemption fund with U treas.
urer to per cent of circulation)
Capital stock paid In . .
Nntlunal bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificates of deposit .
C ashler s checks outiitanding. .
Due toother National banrfs
Did to Sjtato banks and backers
8TATE OF KANSAS, 1
COCNTT OK SCtKJVVICIt. J
I, M W Levj, president of the above named bank
do solemnly sweur that the above statement 13 true
tome best ot mi know ieue ana nener
M W LEVY, President.
Subscribed and sworn to berore me this 10th day of
Seal October, 1S10. C F. JURTIV.
My commlss'on expires March 9 1-U2.
Correct Attest. John IHvidson, ;
W . R TceKElt. Directors.
J C.RCT.AN. J
WICHITA TO ST. LOUIS
OCTOBER 4th TO 10th,
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Three Through Trains.
Two night, one morning; Kansas Citj to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 4S-tt
No change of cars of any kind between
Wichita and M Louis Ma the "New Alia
ouri Pacific short line." d5S t
THE BASEBALL FEVER.
It Has Its Compensations, Thinks Eato
Brooklyn, Sept. 18. The mother of
four boys, of ages ranging from 10 to 18,
was recently inveighing against the na
"I'm so tired of it." she declared, "that
I wish I might never seo a baseball
"But," protested a friend, "your boys
are eo active that I should think base
ball might afford a good vent for their
-ilt might, only it goes too far. Why,
they are utterly taken up with it. Aa
soon as they get out of school it is ho!
fpr the ball ground, and there they Etay,
only stopping for a humed dinner, until
it is too dark to see. The champion
baseball players ar greater men to them
than George Washington. 1 am - con
stant fear that they may all turnout to
be professional ball players!"
But her sanjmlne fnend refused to be
lieve that thmes were o very bad. and
insisted that the four strong, restless
boys were better off with baseball than
Still, every mother of boys must admit
that the "fascination of the diamond"
has its terrors for her. This is especially
true in places where the betting and
carousing elements become connected
with the game. Every tenable man and
woman must admit the excellence of the
con in itself not too intricate for doto-
3250 000 01
lar couuiivsi .1, uot especaally dan
geroti3 to life and limb, and yet afford
ing a fine field for athletic exercise. On
the whole, it seems to be the most un
objectionable of the hardy sports which
has yet appeared. Every true American
must rejoice that the tendencies to gam
bling and "buying np" which twenty
yeara ago threatened to ruin the game
have been eo largely suppressed, and
must regard with pleasure tie generally
elevated stand taken by the professional
players against dishonest methods in the
management of their clubs.
Most of us, however, do not care to
have our sons loolnng lorward to a brill
iant record in the ball field as the ulti
mate aim of their existence, but tho beat
way in which to defeat thia ambition is,
perhaps, as in so many other cases, not
to directly attack tlie thing itself. Other
pursuits can be mide so much more at
tractive that ball playing may be shorn
of its glory beside them. See "that your
boys' schools and their other occupations
are made as interesting as possible, and
that home and the home influences be
come stronger factors with them eTexy
day. If these ends are accomplished the
ansious parent may enup his fingers at
all outside attractions.
A little story which illustrates several
phases of this subject may not Jbe inap
propriate just here.
A boy of 10, whosa constant cry for
weeks has been for a velocipede for a
Christmas present, c&mo in from school
a day or two ago and asked his mother
if she had ever read Holmes' poems.
"Oh, yes," she replied. "I know many
of them by heart."
"Do you? he cried delightedly. "Well,
aren't they nice? Have we got them in a
"No," answered his mother; "I wish
"I feel as if I must have them!" said
the small boy earnestly. "Don't yon
suppose 1 could have them for Christmas?
Now, I'll tell you what it is" with an
air of profound conviction "if I can't
have them both I believe I'd rather have
Holmes' poems than a velocipede!"
"Indeed!" esclauned his mother, much
surprised and pleased. Then, turning to
the boy's father, she remarked pleasantly,
"Really, I don't lmow but we are going
to have a poet in the family."
"Oh, no!" cried the boy quickly; 'Tm
going to be a baseball player, and when
I grow up, you know but I'll tell you
what," he added suddenly, "1 might b
a poet winters."
When a boy of 10 gets to the point
that he thinks ho will play ball sum
mers, but has poetical aspirations for
the winters, his parenta have no reason
to despair of him for at least some years
to come. Kate Upson Clark.
Of the Women of Turkey.
Constaiople, Aug. 27. Turkish
women are very fond of flowers, birds
and music. They understand the lan
guage of flowers and read a bouquet aa
wo do love letters, and often give and re
ceive them in spite of the most jealous
eunuch, for they are human after all.
The general living room or parlor ia
for all the women mothers, wives,
slaves, nurses and babies and is fur
nished with what is called oriental mag
nificence, which would hardly satisfy
our American housekeepers. A tiled or
wood floor, a largo rug, a divan and a
few inlaid stools and a great fly specked
mirror are tho most it contains. The
walls are usually frescoed or done in gin
gerbread scroll work, painted and gild
ed, but there are seldom any curtains to
tho kafass or latticed windows. These
blinds are thick and strong and firmly
morticed. Tho diamond openings are
about two by one inch and a half, so that
no one can see in. Divans encircle the
room, leaving only room for doors. A
Turkish divan is anything but luxurious.
It is made of two thick straw mattresses,
laid one above tho other, with a layer of
wool on the top one.
A covering is made of chintz of the
bicgest and brightest colored flowers.
Two long and one short pillows are
made and stuffed hard and tight with
straw so that they will stand up at the
back, and thse are also covered with
chintz. Tlie embroidered pillows made
by the women are strewn about The
divans are about three feet wide to per
mit of the w omen lounging back, and
thoy are about fifteen to eighteen inches
high. Slaves sit flat on tho floor to wait
upon their mitresses. They have a codo
of signals by tapping the hands once
for a pipe, twice for coffee, etc., and sel
dom give orders in speech.
The divans are infested with bugs, and
the floors are always littered with nut
shells, candy, fruit peels, cigarette ends,
babies, toys and almost priceless jewels,
all in one promiscuous heap
Rich Men' Clxnrs.
It is a mistake to presume that the
rich men smoke the higher grades of
cigars, according to a well known deal
er. Tho Vunderbilts and the Goulds use
choice clear Havanas and pay high prices
for them, but they are exceptions among
the wealthy class. The gamblers are
the connoisseurs in the matter of smok
ing. They buy only the be6t and highest
priced cigars. Rich men's sons who are
clerks at small salaries come next in
their choice of cigars, and the politicians
are third in the list. Business men m
the commercial and mercantile lines
rank fourth, and tho same'authonty says
that retired mercnants and millionaires
bny the cheapest cigars they can gt,
New York Telegram.
Th Penmjlranlt' Prrldent.
Down at Cape May 1 met President
Roberts, of the Pennsylvania railroad.
Here was a man who had started out
twenty or thirty years ago as a track
hand, and who had come up through the
mechanical aad the executive branches
of tho basin ess to be the president ot the
greatest railway in the worlA His
salaries for he has leveral as president
of the three or four corporations which
are in the Pennsylvania system ggr
ate 100,000 a yar. Mr. Roberta shows
the effect of his eariy training ia the
strong love which he hs for tbe details
of raihroadiri:. Cor. Karrwburg Tele-
Why, what Is the matter with you, 3Ir.
Qulp" aid Maria, aa she met Aloaao aad
Ethel coming out of a coaiecuoaer's. Yon
nd to bt aa frisky 83 a colt, but cw
you're a itald aa a family borcM
"Matt-er enough," growled Qtup. 'Tto
just btea brokec." Chicago Tribune.
Worth th Money.
Ifrs. Foumadred (to ber strsrard) I
think tkis charge for new potssces la the
Stenard (apoksccal!y PJcem. sraw,
thay va. mtd kaa SLr Ward l&cJAtemtnc'
far-a. laem. They hi very bexdedve po
tatoes, mum. New Ycrl- XT i
O -3- V
? o o - V
I WOtCEN j
THE PEOPLE'S C0L13CJ.
Your Wants Supplied.
The folloTrtnjf rs.tr under tho dlSereat traillnci
trill be dkATovvL
E2TPcyable Strictly in Advance.
Kp AdTvrtlMgr ruts tAken for Uu than 13 rests.
Ose Use arertUoatenta chxi tue rate is two
o ad vnTispcncrs taken "-ronui-
Klicaa grrta tadcr aiassiacd &ml ta din column
BFpUcablo only to local xilrerS3mn3t3. Co ftcrltfn
vlcertUw.tnta trJcea at prt-es clvoa.
Aaiwfcr to KJlTurttsamem jent la caraet the
EJkGLT rinoe fthocla bo c.ied far- trtthla Wdajn
sXtr tnruoa. Wlwu adrsrt.ecm vrtrtj Trjilrs tur
warded tq ticca ttveped earnlojfo aajt i rtct.
IlBferenco to iqrraer ndTnrjisvnc3t Jihceid girt
dn?iDlcr acd cat; et lnwrt.oa or copy or the ad
TurtJ3;ent sooll u rent,
t respMSlbln tnr adTertlsements ctren or dl
eonttauwi br lelcpaon.
WA NTED FEMALE HELF.
I ndcr this head ?c per line per day.
yr-vrED A ooon gikl for genkrl
i lioaspworV. Mut be a cood cook. Aval at
k" North Lftwrwnco a e. ES
WANTEDA COOD OIRL FOIt GKXKIIAL
houoMork, None but aa oxprlearl clrl
need appl. 323 b. Lawrence, llllt
AN1LD-AN EM'KRIEVCKD DININO
roout boy Immediately at SSI . MarSfrt.
TTTANTED-A GOOD OIHL rOK GENUtAI,
VV housework, small family. Apply to 1JI4 N.
-TTTANTFD-A GOOD GIRL AT 309 X. TOPI- KA.
11 dotxlwecw- 131 if
YvANTi- EPCOOK FOIt S3IA LL FA M I L Y;
1 1 cood position. Apply 516 orth Topekn are.
WANTED-A GIKL FOR OEM.K L HOrsK
work, uii woyhlufc", J3a secL. Apply nt WW .s
Ijiwrente. 1JU 6
"WANTED-A GIKL FOR QEXKRAI. HOI sg
t work. Inquire mornings. Mrs I 1' ltarrelL
AVTED-AT THE KEYSTONE HOUSE J-"
N Main bt. a first i Ium. rook. 1.1)8
rANThD-A GOOD GIKL lOR GENERAL
housatvork, icood wakes. Mrs II C blifc-i. ffi3
fANTED A GIKL FOIt GENLKAL llOUbK
work. Appl) at ChJUiplous book Mure
T AM ED-AX EXrLKlENCEI) bAI.KMLAUY
tor ciook ucpartment. Jiuawju v. jionioariu
--ANTLD-A KLFINFD. IMKLLIGENT
woman of lntci:rU. cupnble of inniuiclnir n
bj.Hints.H. Must hio e fconie means and bo wlillmtto
learu Addrvf", 11 I, cure of L.icl dUl-tf
AVAMLD-AT Till. 0 Kit ALL AND SHIRT
ructory. 1JU X foptka. irlrls to iunio tthirttt
and o trulls. Hl.tf
SITU A TION S FEMALE.
Lnder this head 1c per line per duy.
WANT! I) - tOMI'ETJ-NT brFXOOKAl'HKK
i detlre employment In law oRlto from 11 a. in
to 2 p hi . 1h1i roor yearn extrtci.e, t)wn
Keinliik'tW). Adiir.- IIIm It. Kaffle oOtca. at lit
TANrEI)-HY A OlNO I AI) A PI ACE TO
sew in prliuu. families. aSi Itlvortluw
ftxltr this Head "t ;er llae per day.
WA N TED MA LE II EL F.
tnder this head 3c por ut por day
AMU- Hhhl tLAHSCOAT MAKKK.
Good prices paid. M R WUauu, W lUoeton,
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
AXTED-A SITUATION MY A DRCO CLEKK
ofWynira eiperteme Will nork for tow
wage Adiiress Iiruc Clerk tact-office tu f
ANT1-D-AN KXPLKILNCtD T(1 NQ MAX
for notion department, Muiu-on A Mcaaura.
''ANTKD - H0 ACTIVE ikALRhME:. TO
nil w air ties ou a now aad orieliMil ttlaa of l-
a-week paymeata. Hefareoce rcBlrod S IMt
lKXjlue 172 it
ANTFD-TRAMS.L1XG MKXTOSFLL Hos
iery, clove. Ac Addrtas UUjIm Howairy
Mills !9rUi. Mtcli Ut
WAXTLD-A SOLICITOR. fOHEBT C1TT
PiiAtlftc coraimiiy. S X Mat . dRMt
Ladcr this head la per lis pec day.
M iictlla neons.
X. Bder thii head A t r ii&e pr day
B L i I A Ebb CJfA NClf.
I bder th iid Jc p-r Use pr &j
AMHlAlOMvl.S KM KY f ITT Twr
abd rU)a IA the (.Aited na4e (eicit la
Mate of ha&Moi M takiiMibwrtpUobi. P imi ilura
Uk make siiey e (aiutMi riuj4 mtj
cple rre Cai raoiK muu. n.ouey cm tttasiA
1) .'.l.i.k L,p cub. AAdtaas U.e IKiumU )us.
U A TEDMlbtELLAMlOL'S
.N7D-A 0U MX-KUUT hi
W t-XJJlocarc.-WatX. 3tU
;atei-bt . iaco m a itxih-
T etf roeto la U vicinity at Centravi aad Wco
avease. A.d- M A. D, cre JUgio alua. Ill tf
-'ATED - TOC TO KIOW WK CAKT A
ra.i Munaiul of Sb trtb Ti. tor Mie at
Um iotii yrietn. Dapaxtme IMW, OX ba Oafe.
ANTKD - RMtXD-HAD IVt AND
bettor. Utrjm r nlt. wanabta r m t vury.
A rte pivrlK-o .ar aa4 jwloe for cak. at jimi fi
roA'mOtm AAarea Rnmmr Ttrntttr, J-txlM.
J ANTED-TtOC TO CALL AJTD FTJIDOIT
I vfcU w l.m aaa b lw ta anew at taj
Leyartat hcorc jm i iM. UftU
A'.TXD-TO REXT A HAT PSEft. HAVK
kw toaa m a . tui r arii C a. Wtwaaiam.
'A"TIU-TOC TO KJWW TOC CaSJ WTT
uttctMrutaBfiMJltiitil Vvm4 U a
kla i LWyrti t aum JH Mrt uax. B tf
WAJTTTD-A KD ZCriSV-HXVD UVUKXT
1 1 ckc for csw. a. A. Hr, 1U HmM. ttrL.
;ATEI-TOt TO KOW VOC PaJ tT
lu. ' - Watflkwia --- aTaAaikVhu- Alia.
, , w. , -s .-.-- -, i -.-: -- j "
vwc TUt, MUMIOT. WW. !,; -ran I ri
ry. -. at ta rtrj K- iifc In-
.m i.a. UtI- (J B
AMU-A UJttTXD XZMBZKOr MOHMtS
il urtMbtt. rrmzi
TVA3.Ti-f'CAs6 our. rtm cnnnm
Hack. lrwlw OstorA.JLa. OB.
-Vt-AJCTED-TOt TOIIWW TOCA!l VATK
II aoaT to r y - tia Iimtv
, aaixt uu. ou
-ATXD-BOtsEOl-D 9GQtmTO PACT
l tmr arxto 7 fmrnHmt9 a
'- Karl Miriaaw '
mi an uri
iniii. Wmmhflcc m him
TTTAXT- SCCSOI FX TO Rfi-ONS
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied
"AXTED-EYFJlnOBYTO KXOW THAT I
' ro " irom Mexico and at my oOee, Xo.
S:K DoociosaTc Dr.Knder. phTMCloa aad inir-2o-
.''AXTED-CLERKS. BOOK KEEPERS. STEX-
f'frjonsw&o wl'Oj to become thoroachly corapetent
a the oborn branches U t the Mocthwestera
Basinets college, comer Dooclas and Topeka. ar.
nnes. Wichita. Kaa.
Vader this head Se per Una per day.
Lnder this heau ic pr He per day.
R sU.r r wivf mu cur m.u .Twn..
i.vi rV.i2J.-Jf " -V'.fJ '"? ' l" ir?.l
..i V r-.;-.Tili,Vcr.-, 'a,p-.'tneroi
JorlH Thiols not over half Ho attial rale;a
MrU3t can bo obtained on K fw almwt the waala
nrrbav rUe. A Ciear Utl will bo clr. It rM
attMChwt In immI inweelU(r te th rrt of Cow-xJ!?.vP-""'
IB APrtU . AJKl apnratel at,
tiJUk It hut lut bee saM at sherlCs nile aad th
ovaer. who 11ts at a dttaee. U aaxieus to dis
pose of It, Kdwta VhWo Moore, bedewtet Week.
TnOR SALK-GOOO COW GIVES 14 QUOITS
X: mUb ir dny H81Luluav. KiU
FOR S VLB- POLAND- CIHXA BOAR. ON'B
yenroM. bocht of Men art A Cook. Call at.
farm Uvo aiUs aortheast, between rtvers. H. K.
bulllagy. x 4i
TOR . "-ALE Cbenn. a ffc pwap aitd a qfoatKy
JL? of bulkltnc oae. tohlto aUAHt Sloee Wsrki
IOR saLK- V STOCK OF DRUGS.
IR S.VLE-ONK lROK KASB BCRXI.t
X store. ItHfH ru E. J. FoMer. 3J9 K. DoseUs arts.
I7OR SALE-STORE FIXTURFS COXSlTIXO
X of stKt'Kira's. mhItm. cottBtem, ihctrlnr. etc.
Ichrtti W'hoWale (irocvr Co. l Jfe
lR SALXLALTItlL HOMK IV XORTK
X part of citj . cie In 6-room bo. SO feet. eAs
frot. OiaUe. frutt. Me. Price oaty iijfn. Als n
bit banraln la iiuore f rait farm t mile, south of lha
city D W MeCall. IM N Main. !
rnwKNT-nvK tkx-t a nrvDRBD at
1. this o-lre, oM mmm ml table lor tueklny but.
tine under iarpi, etc
POR saE-'JCtlE DOOKS. SHORT HAXD
writers noto loks. Uank rectjlpts and ttt
books and lecolbhuikLSuf trry kind Mall orders
prompUy altnnded to Call on or aidres the Vfoh
ta Eutle, Uhltu. Kan. UO-tt
IT-OK saLF-V HAXDOME LITHOGRAPH
map of thrrltyof VIhtU itIth amiif ftrreU
public bdlMlDSK. cotlecea. purks. etc. iti UtxU on
JiLfn pper. price a crtts each I for 10 qenta. IS
cents a duxen. Address tho Wichita Lale. WtohtLa.
TOK Sale DEFD-.. MOKTUAGKS AND A.L
JL kind of legal blanks blank iniMpt bok. aou
bok etc . at th IchtM hsle ottce Orders by
mull promptly attended to , dlOMt
ART AND MUST C.
AIRS "A C hAXDKFUH. TtALllllR OP
ML tvhortband. roomt3.Zlramrly 118 IS
RS. KDWaRD P HOVBY, VOCAL TRAClf
.r lor terms call at 3D Rtvr lew aTepM.
MRS. JULIA F DlNX TKXCHKK OF VOICE
asd piano, room Mu 5sJcv lek bk.
LOST - A MhXTLBMAX's GOLD WATCH,
plain ew, Elirtn mevmneat, chain nttahl ,v
IllwrHl reunnt will bo paid it left with Amy lnml
tur coftiiny M ii
T OsiT-KNVICLOPK DIRECTED TO HYRrLK
1 J ittxttt. t luder p4a.e return to aCtvo of (Mum it
Stanloy or m N ropoka. iai
I OST-AT rilK FAIR OKOCN'DS TKt'RHDAY
AJ aflornooo a lad)'actd watch with bub chain.
Finder w 111 please leave lutme at Lucie oMoo t4 !
rnwurded. KU if
J OST-AT THE FAIR OKOl VDS HATI'RDAY,
J 1 pair of boM rimmed claiMtM, The flulnr will
b rewardml by ImilnK mwa with W 1' itfXaJr.
Sc JJrsJ KFretmutn. ttS
T'mlrr this head Ic per Una per day.
QTRAYKD-OXK WHITE ANDSPOTTBDCOW.
O 3 yearn old. bruMded on left hip. Aay htfarma.
tlon to whwo they are. leuve at IM X. Market, fi, O.
itaffatj . dni-5
Undrr thb heul So pr Une nr day.
ITIOUXD-rUO RAILROAD 1ICKLT8. PARTT
: sun havo tbew by uhIMiic aMl UenUfyltuipnip
erty at SI I It. Dtwcta. II c Meeka. dinU
rilAKLXUP-O.NF.fcORKELL UOKSEt CAX HK
X foand at (M S Ida urn. IMS
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
t Oder tbla head Je per Itaa r-r day
"jOR SALr" " u"iTlMI Y A L 1MOK VlAXD
1 Mtmefamll) tMK nud tnurnut rarrtMnL Mfntiy
tiw, best Niakt llorve pwrfecUy iwfa for Ia4y or
rhlldrnn to drlTr tMK afraid of -taia" MrthjiMki
or cyrlooe MJcc Cvtumtasloa Coiupatiy offlc.
SI I Lust Douslae. 1TA Jt
1 OR RENT Homes.
t bder this head 3 par Une 9c djy.
Vaf FOR RKNT-i 1 V K.MOOM tOTTAGiL irp
tfiL collar, cloaete. lKtrcLai. rm Mchalf WtMk ff
Lio"k-lH u. l'rtco W. Mt UIiKiuTe. Mrs. Lamb.
FOR Kh.ST - Ft KMMit-1) HOh or
kovwi rofiu. itwjiHio ui an , j.uipjnvT.
(St i0 REVT-6.R00M liot'Hic. to iAjrrr
L9 whtfwUlbMyfarBltwo. UtlilrHwlWN.
MM d r-l
fjtf FOR NLNT-AX KU(VKX.M4XU HOVSX.
CSL nicely ivntiahMi uutMKiMNM. mHm lor
ker-phuc bwtntar. h ILhia two Mk of lkHah ".
rr'it rry romll V a rputMdh patty. Aha A
Mt room Mrnnot it . rery taatrafcta, ! ht.
iMtatre at blW lwtnttcm IMtf
RKNT-Hot ." irTmtiOttTH HAH
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