T-irr. - irvy' 4jx
lailtj qU: fSSefluestlay lforamjgr, rixrlier 15,' 1890
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during: the past 24 hours
700 Cattle, 804 Hogrs, 26 horses and
Mulos. . Shipments 560 Cattle, 250
Hogrs, 26 horses and mules.
The cattle receipts were very gooA. The
bulk of the receipts, however, wereTexans.
Some prime native feeding steers brought
good pricea, while everything sold at
figures a little in advance of yesterday's
quotations. The market was steady at
the close. Kansas City was reported
steady and a shade better.
The run of hogs today was very good.
The quality of the receipts was better than
that of the past few daya. The market
was active and 510o higher. Two lots
of fancy sorted hogs brought $4, while
Ood grades were some better than yester
day. The packers took most of the offer
ings at the advance, speculator buying
light There was not much stuff left un
sold at the close. Kansas City closed
active and higher.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET.
Wicuita. Kan., Oct. H.
The receipts of cuttle nt the yards today t ere
rood. The market v, as strong at yesterday's prices.
NaltT Rhlpplni Metrs. eood to extra,. .13 25
X 25 (23 75
2W ft2 75
2 2) tf.- K
1 75 A2 70
1 75 2 00
25 ftl 75
1 25 (2175
1 50 2 50
1 75 dtl U)
1 35 (21 50
i no ai io
50 (l (0
4 5J (.700
Good to nxtra native butcher!: teen:, iuuas
Natlva feeding htoers
(hole cow t and heifers ......
1 alrto good cows and heifers
Bulls and stnes
'iit veal line
Good j earltufs
l'oorercrades and hcallawags -
"V eul calves. er head
3 exas Htser. Good to extra 2 jO OS 75
T exas hU-ers, fair 2 2.) 2 45
Qcxascows 125 (1 75
Followlnc are the representative sales of tattle at
the stockyards today.
S"o. Description. AvVrn,
2 Feed I nz steers lfllo
i Feeding steor 1(125
7 Feeding Rti-crs 2&S
3 Feedtnc btuor. 1070
K Feeding ttoors TH-i
1 Pe'slmS 6teer , SO
5 Hloekers rtfl
1 Stacker. 7T0
4 Cows 1CW5
,3 Cows 1(66
2 Oows UM
I') Cows and heifers PK
3 Stock heifers 135
3 Heifers S
1 UelXor ffiO
2 CVthes ., 450
1 Veal calf
7 Hulls 1U4
1 Bull 12W
1 Hull 1500
The run of hoes was good today. The market was
cth o mid 531 He higher on bout grades,
Thf-followlnc are the reprebtmtatlt o salon of hoffs
Vo Dock Av.
9 MX) 2S3
7 13) ZU
Tins AMI LIGHT
3i JJ IV
Good mnttnn -fccei, HVftlCn
Ci ood stock ewos, 75hu ,
Good Ftix?. wtlhurs, 7.VAS5
Gooil to extra btrulia
..3 IOJB ft)
..1 lUil j0
The run of hogs was good.
Market activo and 5 to 10 cents higher.
Two exceptionally fine lots of hogs
Dold was the heaviest hog buyer taking
806, Hanks 151, McGregor 70, "Whittakcr
McGregor shipped a carof cattlo and one
of hogi tonight.
A train load of Texans was received at
the yards last night,
G. V. Carltou, Red Bud, Cowley coun
ty, was buying stockers today.
.1. E. 11. Payne, Garden Plains, had
hogs and cattle in today.
James Wise, Harper, marketed hogs to
day. J. Achonbach, Kiowa, hnd a load of hogs
on today's market.
Cowherd & Drye, Caldwell, had hogs
and cattle on the market today.
J. J. .Tonoi, Anthonj, had hogs in today.
J. 13. Mintorn, Maize, had two cars of
liog-j on today's mirket.
H. U. Craig. Ransom, had a load of cattle
on today's market.
J. L. Porter, Haviland, sent in hogs to
day. Harlonbaur & Erickson, Douglas, had
hogs on today's market.
Cnpt. Thomas Weal & Sons, Kingman,
had hogs and cattle on the market today.
The grade of hogs was better today than
for some days past.
LIVE STOCK MASKET.
Jly 'I ciecrapn.
5T. J.OCI1. Mn. Oct. It -CATTLE. Hecelpts.
FnOO: 'hlpmontfl 1100. JIarkrt ncthe, etronc nmci
1 . 9R24 95. Mockm aint feeders 2 00jt8 10: Texan
and Indians (2 3CV3 40 HOOS Receipts (.
Milpmenti 2O0. Market hlehor Ileuvy ?l 6S4 40.
rolled t3 1X34 SL sn lll'-Heoelpts S00. hhip
incnts none. Market steady. Good to choice II OUtf
KA5.SASCITT. Mo Oot. 14-CATTLF-KecelpH
K-40, shipments S3Hi Market strone. .V.10c higher,
t oel-s JoS0ai0J,(oW9 tl &X2 75. t.tockeiM and leed
frs ii ftW 00, raneo s-teors Jl IXXiJ H.
runce cons. l 1O31 7U HO(Js-Receliils u&h
f.li.pment 4IN1. Murket 6c lower hulk H".kt4 00;
llffraleoRV4 15. .SHLni'-HecelntH 1650: slilp
juoms ZH. Market steady LninlM W 75k t 25. komI
10 choice muttons $4 00tt4 90; Mockers and fetders
ii SH 50.
Chicago. 111., Oct, 14, The Droers" Journal,
reports CATILK Hwelpti. 0XI shipments iiOU
Market ktendy. feu-ers 13 l!t(ti5 15, cows und bulls
1 hfifiWt W.ToxaH oattle lOiwifia. range cattlo Z l.V
;tT3, HOO&-Hehrt ll.uxi. snlpmeiits 7UH 3Iar
Ii't steady to lBc higher, active. Prime hea- and
liitchersr welcht 4 0K5S. llht 14 (OA . pik-s
S.HtfJ'AS. MIKKI Heceintsh.vU; tiipiiieots nune.
Market sted to a shHde hheher ntlet. 4 :&,
M.-.l.jrns i4(AKi35. Ieans4 Wd4 9J, natie lambs
Wichita Oram Market.
WinitTA. Kan, Oct. 14.
The sralm market was unchanged today.
olio win if are the oJonini; quotatiotis on craln.
OHA1V Car lotion trade
WHEAT-No 2 Mo. No 2 hard 73c No $ Sic, No
t.ORX No 3 or bettor 35&fcc. white lOe, new corn
it YE No K or lietter TSc
H A Y M 5044 Xpor ton in car lots.
UHOUNU COKN-Chopiucar lou Soopw lOOlbi
MAEKETS BY TELEGBAPH.
New York Money.
Mw Vork. Oct. 14.
Monev on call eair ranging from 435H per cent,
last lean 4 closed ollertst at 4 er com,
irtle exchange falrlj acUe and weak at i( SOJi
for (W daj bills and 14 b5 for demanu.
Chleaxro Grain and Trortnee,
CrtJCAGO. IU . Ocu 14 - Wheat Active, and
plrbcr. closing HUH oacjestcrday.
Corn AetUt but eat.)
iitfr Actle strong and higher.
Pork About steaih.
Ijird lull and ay.
bkort ribs, easy.
The leading fmurrsolod t rollon-sj
,Wl:ATOct0br - 0cember II 05V. May
OATt-5ouber 4 V bVeeail.r 41c. May fcc7
LAKD-Deoeiaber J .TO, January J 41, Ma G
Cash quotations nere a toliowt.
KLOim-Wintor patent W tOj 05, rpHne natAnt
I tU3 05. bakers fi U TS. " c iwot
TIMOTHY Prime ?1 26.
LAKD-Cash 156 17.
SHORT B1US CJU.h 5 30L
SHOULDERS Dry salUU 5 CV$2 C5.
SHORT CLEAR MDES to C5o 7a
SUGAR Cut loaf 7JfS7Jic: t.Tanulated (5fc: atand
AitTiCLES. Receljts. Shipments,
Wheat 0030 5tC00
Corn 295,000 08.000
Oat 304.0W 182.000
BUTTER Steady. Fancy separator 2223c
fine 2022c. fine creamery. 22J23c, good lSal9c,
Bnest diary. lS19c. fine 13015c,
Kansas City I'rodnce.
Kansas City. Ma, Oct. 14.
The Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX, C5c; XXX 75c; family 11 03; choice
II 40: fancy U 70; extra fancy XI S031 S5- patent
J2 WH 2 IS.
WHEAT-Steady, No. 2 hard cash S3&C bid, S9c
asked. October SSc bid, &Kc asked. No. ' red cash
92?fcbid, ftJKc asked.
COHN-feteady. No. 2 cash 4GMc, October 45c,
OATS Stea4y. No. 2 cas-b and October 3sc
RYE Steady. No 2 cash 50c bid, October 67c bid,
UUTTEH-HlKher. Creamery 1510c, dairy 11
IS, storepacked 43.11c.
EGOS-Kinn at lCc M
HAY-Higher. Fancy prairie U 5n9 00. cood
to choice iS 00 COO, timothy fancy 13 00, choice 7 50.
bt. Louis .Produce.
St. Louis. Mo Oct. 14.
WHEAT Higher. Cash 93c, December tlOOK
May (1 07.
CORN Loner, Cash H7Jfc December 47Jic, May
ATS Hlcher. Cash 37Jfc. October SSc, May 4c.
PORK steady. .Tobblni; rlOOO.
LARD-QiileU Hutcber cradtsi $G 00.
WHIbKY btoady at 1 13,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
TH08. C. WlLbO.
Jos. A. Bkubacuer.
WILSOIf & BJIUBACIIER,
Attorneys at law, 2il North Mam street, Wichita
Kansag. Telephone No. 1L dW-tf
w. P.OAjiPiinLL. Jas. L. Drrn.
CAMJPJBELL BY Ell,
Attorneys at Law, Wlcqita, Kan. lOCtt
H. C. Sluss. W. E. Stanley.
SL USS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, ill S. Main St.. Seooad floor.
I. R. IlALLOWELI.,
Lato U. S. Attorney.
J. E. Ul'ML
HALLOW ELL HUME.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita. Kansas.
P. A. RoniiBAtrcn. W. H. RAUCn.
ItOUHBA UGH G JIA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
..f...., w. wwn v,vitci;uuii illirau. col
lections made an where In the United hutcsaud
Canada. No. 147 Main iU Wichita. Kansas.
JS. B. JEWETT,
Rooms 2. 4 and C 203 N. MalusU WlchlU.
J OUN TV. ADAMS. G. W. AUAMS.
ADAMS X- ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. OlUce first btulruay ctst of the
Wichita National Rink. 110-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties Diseases of the
Fye, Ear, Noso and Tliroit,
(Htarrb and littlngr kIusacs.
Onite 127 N. Market streut,
Iiratl & Myen. block.
DR. C. C. FUJI LEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
831 Eat Douglas Ave.
12!S North Market Street.
Profesbioaa: UUs Attended Promptly,
DTt. E. EMMA COBB,
Fejnalo rnd children's diseafos a spreclalty. Home
fer Ijulles durinc confinement. Strictly private
whea so desired. Letters of inquiry confldentlal
nd aifwered lmtnedlKtelv on receipt of Mime.
Homo, 711 South Ida . e. Wichita, Kan. 14J-lf
E. Y. MUXSELL, M. D.
Medical and surartcil dls
r.isis of Fve. lnr. Nose, and
Thro it. Removal of facial
n nil othtr blemishes, and flu
OITlce and residence. 1200
South Emporia. b4-tf
Has opened olilccs oer 12tt North Main street, Wich
ita, with the practlc o of general medicine and sur
fer Dr. .Ii nnlmrt will combine sptcinl work on tha
Kye. Kar, Nose and Throat. Also, tho proper ad
justment of Rlasses. OQioo hours 8 to 11 a. m.: 3 to 5
p. m. refcideiice. ol3 L.iwroQCcaienue. D-4-J.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY,
Office hours- 9 to 10 a. n 1 to 4 p. ra. Sunday, 9 to
10J)U-i. m. Room 18. 1'echhelmer Kulldim;.
j.M.rniLi.irs. e. TE.rHiLi.irs.
J'HILLTPS P rniLLIBS,
Guvluates of the Chlcaso Veterinary Collece,
o are prepaied to do all kinds of veterinary
work, lnrluiilnc Dentistry, Canine nnd Cuttle
Practice. Hospital accommodations for all patients
requiring special caro at 1 1 per day. Persons wlh
ItiK 'o pun. nasi ahorse can lia-te it examined and a
certificate of soundnt-ss 'IvenfortS. In surgery we
usethe lat-stdeMces includlnir an operating table.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or mall ntll receive
prompt attention by day or nii:ht.
Ofllce. lit North Lawrence Aenuc Office tele
phone No. 71. Residence U0 N. Topeka a-, o. Resi
dence telephone N o. 215. 12a tf
C. TV. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent.
lUlUng block, Wichita, Kansas
Rooms 16 and
TF. R. MgFHERSOX,
Architect Room Is. No. 209 North Mala
WlchltA. K an its.
w.t. rRotmroox. o. w. Bint)
PROUDFOOT C BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. OOlco In Foh
T. J. API LEG A TE.
iWtth A. D. MalloryJ
Abstrao'er, Oouveyancer & If otary Publia
Fine dMU-hxlo a specialty Complete abttracts
to i) Uurt in (jdgiak county. Room 2lt ed-
lok block Cimi be found during business hou rs at
:oun"t bulldln: !
MS. E. H CREDITOR.
Dentist. OOlce 144 N Main over mithi Stover's.
Vitalized air administered. Residence ffib N To
ptka aienue, Wichita. Kansas. 91-tf
D. If. SMITH,
Room 40a Sedgwick building.
Full ts of teeth, 5. 15, and JJ0;
Gold Fillings, f l. and up, Mlver, 75c;
Ett racing wHJi cocAlne, 50c o
guaratitee sattf tction
BOYD'S DEXTJ L ROOMS.
DU. T. F. no YD. DK. J. A. HoLLUtBCBCEB
111 East Douglas A eaue. lii-U
ALL HALLO TVS ACADEMY,
Koanl and tuition, per annum. JIM. Addr-s.
Wer utrtor. istgrs of Charity. R. V M w-tf
REU, ESTATE AGEXTS
It' ASSAM, DA VIES cC ROOD
EE AE ESTATE AGEXTS
largest Mft of ciy and Wand property for aJe,
Also the famous Alvin apd nitohcock fruit lands
for s&ie. V rite for inf otmtion.
OSce Moody bulIClnr. Ualvcjtoc Texts. Iffiii -
FRED W.J SUA EL.
B, C. ISKAEC
Eeal Estate and Bents.
To buy Wichita city property or Sedgwick county
land at present prices means large returns on your
money. Wichita, with her stock and other Indus
tries, is just in her Infancy, aud such bargains as wo
can now offer were never offered before All having
business In our line are Invited to call or correspond.
The Wichita interests of non-residents properly
and faithfully cared for. Office second floor L3
North Market, Israel Building. dCGtf
C. A. WRIGHT.
GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal Estate Dealers,
Rny andell Real Kttute op commission, collect
rents, have repairs made economically and remit
promptlv. Correspondence solicited. Now Is the
time to buv and laj the fouudatlon for a fortune
1SIN. Main St. Ground Floor. Reference- All par
ties for w hom we hae dono business, here or ehe
MISS AXXIE C. REEL,
VOICE CULTURE AXD PIANO
Room 315 Sedgwick Block. 103 lnt
J. O. DATID&ON-, PrcS. C. A. WALICKt, V. P
Joiut debst, Caehlcr.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 600,000
STOCKH'D'HS' LIAUILITT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank In tho Stat
Shippers of Live Stock can save Tiotli
time and money by doinpr their
business thi-ough the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BANK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
The Photocrapher. Pictures in all "brs nnd stvles
lie also carries the llnest JSiortment of pictute
frames In the city. Glu him a Iriendly tall and
MlsiJOCUI PACtriC IU II.
Kansas City Express
St. Louis Mail and Express
Kansas City ExpnsH. ....
Winfleldand Kfon.i Express......
Kioua Mlxtd .. .
M imiTA ANI COLOllAUU,
Colorado Mull and ExprcM
7 10a M
2 hi V M
7 (0 v M
10 35 A M
b 25 P M
b i A M
. T) V M
y.t i p ji
4 15 P 31
1 15 P M
7 IU.V M
Depot "-econd and lcblta streets, ticket ofllco L'l
Notth Malu street.
E. K. 15t rcKi,
Passencca and Ticket A?cnt
NfcW Hill, TAllLr CHICAGO, llOCl. la
fGreat Rock Ixlaud Route")
In rfltct on and ufter July C. 1SJJ
Tit A i.n s.
I .aiiuivi: I i i:avi:
OOING MIKTII WDEAST.
No. 2 Colonido Sprinsrs.
Denver nnd Pacific Coast
Express d xily. . . .
No.2KanbusCity, M. Louis
and Chluico. Through
Mall nnd ov. daily
No. t Kans.s City, ht. LouH
and Chicago night ex.
No. til Accommodation,
dally except Sunday
No. S Kansas City, M. Louis
and Chicago ex. dally
No. 1 Kansas City, M. Louis
and Chicago through mall
nnd ex. dally
No. dl Accommodation, dully
H'-ant rccllnlnc chair cars on nil trains, and
Pullman (deepens from Wichita to Kansas City and
cnicaco vi itt'out cnance on nieni trams, ncken
wld and baKCjso checketl through to all points
north, Muth, east and west, and steamship tlckew
pold to all Vuroiiean points at lowest rates. City
ticket ofllco HO East Douclas avenue, corner Main
street, passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
acnucs. loleplione 1'.".
C. A. RrTirrnroitn. Ticket Agent.
J vo. Sfhati sN, G. T. t P. A., Chicago. III.
ST loriSt&AMItANCIsCOH It
I miii ieiu
Goluc West, jia-., (to 1
Going west, puss. e
Going East, passencet
Golug t-ist, passeuor
Going West to Iturrton
in 40 p m
50 P M
! Ill 1
1D& I- JI
t ity Cnlon Ticket ofllce. 1 ! North Main street
and Union Depot, Douglas a venae
w icuita & w usrui it K.
AltUINK I IFVK
(Solng West, pass (dally).
Going West, freight
Going East, pass
Going tast. freight.
8 OS A 31
3 UUP II
W i. M
I). II Kiiobi.s, Krolght A. Pass. At. 122 N. Mam
Mipt., cor 4tli and Dougliu.
I'nlon 1 icket oSIce 122 North Main street, and at
Culon Depot. Douslas HTenuc, W. I) MUKUOCK.
JITC ltlSOV. TOPtKA X. XT V 11. It. It.
I AUHIM, I irK
MlltTH AMJ UST.
Colorado and California ex
r0l'TH AND VfET.
Oklahoma &. Panhandle ex
Texas Express ......
4 OS P M
12 40 PM
t ity Union Ticket ofllce lii North Malu street, n J
Union Depot, Duglas avenue.
MHOLESAIL AND HKTAIL
Corner First street and Lawrence Avenue.
Chicago A ards. 35th and Iron streets. Chtcvgo.
A. Mi. l tli. s.akxiiAn. Geo. L. Pratt, and cieo, W.
Cross, Resident Iartners.
TS. Dr. J. E. Bennett
PILES. FIT-RE-FISTULA and all disease of
the rectum cured without the ne of the knife, liga
ture, caustic ordetentu n fmoi business. No money
to ! paid until patient is rured.
Private D.s in both sexes spetfiiy cured.
Call on or address
DR. J E. REVVFTT.
.Tard. 541 West Dcnilaa.
Brancb oface 137 Nona Main. Telephone 12. (UStf
A lot of qood Inmber cheap from fair
ground. Thomas Shaw. dl2ti-lt
Three Through Trains.
Two night, one moraine, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 48-tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale br
Toe "Wichita Eagle,
dn tf "Wichita, Kansas.
Thomas Shaw shipped a number of
pianos to neighboring towns l&at wek. He
has a large stock. dPMtlt
Take the Frisco fiver to St. Lotus anl
the east. It lea ea Wichita at 2s p. ra.
ELDRME & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradetreet's Report, Citizens' Bank, Kansas Natl Bant.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEECHANTS
It was a regular scarecrow man.
Made on the old and well known plan
A cross of sticks in a garb forlorn
That stood on guard in that field of corn.
And, indeed, it made the old fanner smila
As be put it up and whistled the while.
It would look to tho crows so very ferocious
60 truly astoundinc and atrociou3.
That it tickled his fancy to think how they
Would catch a glimpse and flutter away.
Well, two black crows sat off on a tree,
And the young crow said to the old one: "Seel
Now what Is that frightful thing out there!
It's enough any honest crow to scorer
But the old crow chuckled and then looked wise.
Shook in his feathers and winked hfa eyes.
Something tickled hira, but If twas a Joke
His voice didn't show it whea he spoke.
As looking down at the younger crow
He said: "What is it? Ah: don't you know
"Why, that, as we wise ones all suppose,
Is the special patron saint of the crows.
We watch for his coming every year
To tell when the Feast of the Corn Is here.
See bow be stands with bis arms stretched eutl
He is calling the crows from all about.
Such a kind Invitation inmost alluring
So ery cordial and reassuringl
I think we had better accept, dont yon!"
And down to tho field of corn they flew.
AETEE FOfiTY IEAES.
"It was in tho fall of '47 that three young
fellows left Rochester for the west, deter
mined to hew out their fortunes or perish
in the attempt," said one of the party of
four or five who were gathered in tho cabin
of a lake propeller, bound down, one
stormy night. One or two of tho number
had stemmed the monotony and broken
the ice toward a freer feeling by rehears
ing some light anecdotes or reminiscences,
when a gray haired, rotund gentleman
ventured as above. All attention was given
him, and he then continued:
"As I was one of them I will be more
personal and say that we were strong, well
built specimens of manhood and had any
amount of grit, and we had also made up
our minds to be fully independent of the
world and of each other. We went to
gether from Buffalo to Detroit by boat.
Arriving at Detroit and spending a day or
two in looking about we then after con
sultation concluded to part company and
each go in the direction he thought best.
"This may seem, rather queer, for young
men to start out together with common
interests and then to switch around and
go it alone, but it was a freak of young
minds. It had something odd and ro
mantic about it that struck us favorably.
"Before parting we agreed to return to
our old home at Rochester in forty years,
if our lives v ere spared. This was putting
it a long ways ahead, but this was only
"Well, as before said, I am one of the
three, and am now on my way to Roch
ester in fulfillment of the agreement
made. I don't know whether I shall see
the others or not. I have never heard a
word from either of them, and really do
not know whether to think they aro dead
While this was being said a young man,
who had been trying to read by the dim,
flickering light, put aside his book and
strained eagerly to catch every word ut
tered by tho story teller.
"It might, in view of this," continued
the man with gray hairs, "bo interesting
to j-ou, gentlemen, to havo a brief sketch
of what has happened to me sines that
time of my .separation from my comrades
now almost forty years ago."
"Yes, yes, let us have it," they nil cried.
The old gentleman moved himself into a
mote comfortable position, while the young
man edged himself a little closer to the
"Well, I struck straight north, took a
boat for Mackinaw and from there drifted
to Green Bay, Wis. There was nothing of
Green Bay then, but I saw some good land,
and by wigs ling around I managed to get
hold of some of it. I then held on; it was
pretty hard work sometimes, but I never
let that land go, and as a result it is worth
many thousands of Uncle Sam's big silver
dollars. But, that is only on one line, axd
is a little out of order. I started a little
supply store in Green Bay when it first be
gan to develop, and as 1 was having mod
erate success I soon got me a wife.
"Well, we paddled alons without much
occurring until one day a big fellow came
into my storo, said he was a lumberman
and ordered a heavy bill of goods. He
then went out, and in a fewhonnt returned
considerably intoxicated and wanted to
borrow ilO. I of course could not let him
have it. for I had not found time to look
up who my customer was, and feared he
might be trying to swindle me. Upon my
refusing his lequest he became very much
enraged, and commenced shooting at me
with a big pistol he carried. In defense of
myself I seized a loaded gun that was
standing in a corner, and in the heat of the
moment I discharged it toward him, and
was immediately horrified to see him fall
and die at once.
"Well, to make a long story short, I was
exonerated from all guilt by the authori
ties; and yet every littlo whilo I hoard
some one whisper and look or point to
ward me, and it made me feel very uneasy.
So 1 finally decided to 'pull up stakes' and
go farther west. About this time, how
ever, I was drafted into the military serv
ice the war had just begun and went
through the whole campaign, leaving be
hind those two finger" holding up his
hand for inspection "and bringing out
the long scar on tho back of my head.
"I then went wci-t again, picked up my
family and struck into the grazing dis
trict of Montana. I bought a few head of
cattle at first, and by care I have been able
to see thefce multiply, until now I have one
of the largest and mot successful cattle
ranches in that section of the country. 1
have seen all kinds of 'roughing it' out
thenvand may say that I have had many
adventures of varied nature. I am now 64
years old and bid fair to see S4, as far as
mj general bodily vigor is concerned.
"Such is, briefly, my life, and what it
has done, and you don't know how anxious
i am to learn of those other two young
men and to know the result of their forty
This was in an interestinj: and pleasant
tone, and had just been finished when the
young man who had been listening intent
ly stepped forvard, and addressing himself
to the little old gentleman said politely:
"Excuse me, elr; but may I ask your
"Certainly, sir certainly." was replied,
and the old gentleman gave his full name.
"Then, sir," said the young man, "1
want to grasp your hand, for you are my
father's old fnend, and I ana now on my
way to Rochester to find a gentleman of
your name and bearing rour history."
"What"' exclaimed the old timer, ex
hibiting great surprise; "you don't mean
to say that yon are the son of one of those
two lot ones one of the two associated
with me in that freak of forty years ago"
Yes, sir," ud the tail young fellow
That is just what I mean."
"Weill well' JusS ftcp here whem the J
light will show better. Yes, I pee a dis- I
tant TTjrnbJ''nrT You certaialr l&ak vrv I
mucn ukb tnac nearty young companion c:
mine forty years ago; very much, in fact, 03
I have almost expected to see him though
I snow that over half a lifetime has passed
by. But your father tell mo of him at
once," and the little old man began to get
They relaxed their grasp of each other's
hands and sat down together, while tha
others gave every attention.
"ily father is dead," began the young
"What!" said the sire at his side.
"Yes, my father, and the companion of
your younger days, is no more. He passed
away four years ago, and on his dying bed
he gave me the instructions I am now car
rying out. It waa the one wish of my fa
ther'slatter life to be able to take the east
ern trip to Rochester to me the other two
members of that party yon have told of.
It was on his mind a great deal.
"When my father died ho was one of tha
most prominent men on the Pacific slope.
He had figured in all the great political
events since 1860 and occupied many posi
tions of public worth. He was attracted
toward California by the great gold panic,
and had a very venturesome, yet not un
pleasant, trip overland, for it was before
the railroad came.
"He became early interested in the fish
eries of tho northern coast, and during a
visit to those grounds was taken captive
by a roving band of Indians and held for
over a year. Ho finally succeeded in mak
ing his escape, but was in tho mountains
for months; at last, and by the merest
chance, getting to the coast again, and so
on back to San Francisco. He became
cashier in a bank, and while in this posi
tion married the daughter of the bank's
president. It was not long after this be
fore my father found himself president of
the bank, which was the largest institution
of its kind on the Pacific coast.
"It was then that my father began his
public career, and ho continued to rise in
worldly station until his death came. I
am now one of the officers of tho bank of
which my father wt3 for years president,
and have large and pressing interests to
oversee, yet I have left all for a time for
the sole purpoto of following out the
wishes I may almost say last wishes of
my father relative to this trip to Rochester
and the hunting up of the other two of
that original little party of forty years ago.
I havo some mementoes with me that
father put aside for thoso ho expected to
meet this year at Roohester, and now I am
afraid that wa will have to unite our pow
ers in an effort to find Xo. 8 of the original
Just then a violent stamping was heard
in one of the little staterooms on one side of
whero the narrators and their small body
of listeners were seated. Then two or
three sharp kicks came against the door,
"Consarn it! ef I hadn't gotsech infernal
tight boots, jest t' go down t' Rochester in,
I wouldn't hev t' kick th' infernal legs off 'n
me when I wanted t' put them on."
Then there came a great bang, with a
Immediately thereafter a tall, thin,
straight haired old fellow opened tho door
of the room from which the noise had
como and, minus collar and with one
trowser leg caught on the top of his boot,
ho stood in the dim glaro of the oscillating
light and looked with bewilderment toward
tho wondering ones about the table.
"Ken any of you fellors tell me ef I'va
been a dreamin'r" he inquired after a mo
ment or two had passed.
"I don't believe we can. uncle," said one
of the number.
"Hev you fellers been a tellin' yarns?"
ho again asked, without much attention to
tho answer just received.
The little old gentleman ventured to say
that they had been considering some old
"Then I ain't been dreamin'; I knowed
I was awake. Say, which one of you was
tellin' that last story?" he asked; and upon
the young man acknowledging that he was
the one the old fellow said:
"Put her right thar, then, for I knowed
your dad;" then turning toward the group
"Now, who was it thet told th' first yarn
bout those three chaps?"
The little old gentleman bobbed np, pre
pared by his former surprise to have al
most anything happen.
"Then," ejaculated the old fellow, his
disheveled hair and sparkling eyes indicat
ing much excitement, "I'll be clubbed and
skinned fer a sneakin', wild ejed rattle
snake ef I ain't ther missm' link. I'm ono
of ther Eame crowd thct seperated at De
troit away bick thar in '47, an' I'm jest on
my way M'linder 'n' I down t' Rochester
t' shake ban's all eround ng'iu By ther
great whale that cat up thet feller Job,
but this is er coincidence."
After further expression of surprise on
the part of each the tall old man was
calmed down sufficiently to tell his story,
which was as follow?:
"Wall, boys, I jc&t went back a few mile
an' set right down on 160 ucresof as line
land as lay out of doors, an thar I've been
a-settin' ever since, except when I was get
tin' 'bout a clearin" off all th' timber,
pullin' out th' stumps, an' fencin', an'
buildin' house an' barns, an' doin' th' hun
dred things thet come in a feller's way on
a farm. Of course 1 got me a wife, an' she's
right in thar now, a-listcnm' to every word
I say. She's a smart woman, too, I want
to tell you," said he, slyly winking at his
"Wall, as to happenin's of any sort of
consequence, I gues we ain't hed none. I
am a therough mossback. ye see. Hev been
one for forty year, an know but little of
"As to fortun' I hev that farm, with all
thet's on it, an' thet seems to be about all I
ken handle. An' for that matter, I don't
know but what I hev all I really kere
about. I've got ten boys an' six gals, an'
ef I had a million they wouldn't be satis
fied. So, when I go, thaiH be only the
farm, an' thet won't be sech a great thing
fer sixteen to fight over. Otherwise I may
say thet the world has used me toler'ble
welL I've never went t' bed hungry, as I
ken remember, an' hev always hed a good
shelter from th' storm. Take it all eround,
an' my story ain't very Ion?, nor does it
sparkle with ther diamon's of soul stirrin'
events; but I'll tell yer what terdo. We'll
go down an' look over ol Rochester an
see ef she has any marks of famil'arity, an'
then adjourn back t' my farm, whar I'll
regale ye with hard cider, apples, dough
nuts an grandchildren. An' I'll show y
what I've done in forty year' time with
genuine hard muscle.'' Clare in St. Louis
Meaning of th Ltln "Word "Sic,"
The Latin word "iic" means "tho."
and is sometimes used to indicate- that
what precedes it has been quoted exactly,
or that what is described occarred as de
scribed. Thus, "The rnarketraea say that
the tax is the last strmw, that if it is im
posed they will go to the vail, for they eaa
no looser keep their heads above water
A Careful Countryman.
A countryman top aa ocaaibos, aad
wishes to mount v the Interior.
Conductor AH fall lWe, hat tUre ij
plenty of room on tp of ibe omcibas.
Countrymen Bet dees it go to tfa same
place? Texts SifUngs.
It is not generally known that a stagfe
mouse turned looe in a grocery window
will catch more flies in a tangle eremng
than fly paper catches all day, tad be
sides, ht eats them, and don't leave them
lying around Icj&e. Don't grndge the
mouM his little mischief; ho is & good
fly and roach exicrioma:r.
THE PEOPLE'S C0LU3DJ.
Your Wants Supplied-
The follorlnjr rates under tho different fcradtar
trill be charged.
JSHPayablc Strictly In Advance.
Jfo adTcrtlMECMtj tatan for leis thw M cent.
O2o llae adrenli staeau ctareed wni rate as tw
XO ADVERTISSMrNTS TAXEX "TO RUX UN
Pr!cs tftVeti uadar classified beads la tSU column
rpliCAble only to local utrrrUwiaoat. No foreign
acrortitameaM tAiOn at prices z" a
.icrwers to r.dverataiect '"t la car of th
EA3Z.E oOce sfcoeJd be ailed for vtthto 13 dj
atr lasertloa. Wkeft adrrtlifiri wW reply for
mrdsd to them stojipyd envelopes most W ent
Reference ta Tom.tr aUTerrlSttinants should gr
derrptlon and date of Insertion or copy of the ad
rtrtUcraent thnakl bo lent.
Xot rupoaiil8 for adTurilseiaeats glien or dts
occrancd 5y telephone.
WA XTED-FEMA LE HELP.
1 cder tlis head Jc per line per day.
"TTT-NTED-A GOOD OIRLTO DO OKNKRAI.
f V housework, inust bo a good rook and fumfath
references, white Kirl priferred. Apply at 31& N
Kmporla ave. d -St
WAMED-Oim. FOR GKXERAI, HOUSE
7 work inquire at smith A. Movers bhoo
store. 1 X ilnin. dl3S-lt
W'ANTEDAX EXPERIEKChD WD COMI'K
? tnt glrltodoKuneral house -norl, uo otorr
needapplj. JIrs.J. 1 Allen, 35J North I.uwiim.
fct. d U7 tf
XTTAXTED-A COMPETENT OIRI. FOR OEN
TT eval housework n small famll). Apply Hfmry
Comle . 23 West Douglas avenue. IWU
TV'ANTED-A OIKiTfoTT OKNERAL HOUbE-
work in small family, t nil at KM North To
peka areuue, Hr&. II W. Kendle. M8t'
"WANTED OOOD GIKI. FOR K1TCUEN
work Good wacesto richt party Apply t
MS South itaikot street. !.
"ANTED-A OOOD GIRL AT 1T NORTH
Emporia Famil small 1MK
NTED-A GOOD-GIIII FOR GENERAL
housework Must be a coodcook. AKnirat
North Law rence a e. 1SS
"ANTED-COOK FOR 'MALI. FAMILY.
uood position. Apply 5it North Topeka av.
W'AMED-A GOOD GIRL FOR OENERAL
housework, uood wasrea. Mrs II C Mus, UB
N Topeka B0 tf
'ANTED-A OIRL hOR OENERAL HOUSE
Trurk. Apply at Champlou's book store.
Miscella n eons.
At'ANlLD-AN EXPERIENCED ANAIST HAND.
nLsoan apprentice clrl. at room 31 Fletther
bloc k. "econd and Main, third floor ti
AM KD - T O FIRST - C LASS HA&QCh
I maker. Call at Irmes JL- Ross' dressmaking
department, 11 it'
AM ED-AX EXPERIENCED SALESLADY
lor cloak department. Munson A McNninaiu.
SITU A TIOXSFEMA LE.
Cnder tills head lc per line per duy.
ViJ ANTED-shWINO TO DO RYTHE DaY OR
VV week for jr!ate families at their homes, by
a young lady. Cull at 528 .North Main St. A1i
T, ' A N 1 ED - COMPETENT- t h.NOt.UAPIIER
V desires emplcj men! In la it otllce from It a. Hi
to 2 p iu.. dtttiy. rour yearn' eaixTlenctk Una
lttmluk'tou. Address Miss ii. Eagle olDce. IB IU
T cder tills Head 1c per line per day.
WANTED MALE HELP.
Lnder this head 3c per line per day.
i AMED-Al O.NCE. K1.ACKMI1H. MUST
YV lw capable of doUiir curriuce, KVBeral Jnti
work, aiid. It aet,ssar. liorhKHii: Son MK a
totter ntnu need ap)iy Aduiesv I. A, EMglMi,
2 Ave. L. Eae, Hutchinson, han. Ae
Bookkeepers and Clerics.
WJ ANTED Ol TH AMOt T W YE IR OLD TO
VV do omre work ami toilet t, referenc re
quired Address II. icicle office. dOa-H
AXTED-AN EXPERIENCED YOf SO MAX
for flsKion department. Muawa A, McXaanra.
Jl tsteallu neons.
blTL'A TJONS-JIA LE
lnder this head lc per lite per d y.
Jl isctlla 11 cons.
:anted-active NEWSPAPER rkport-
er with Mme editorial eihrW. Dii
a situation Addrt with city rtftrc. X Y Z,
Eagle uOcft a IT! it
I sder this head X per iiM per dy
'AMED-IMMKC !ATEE WJ TRACK Ur
era. surface luru ami tie rutirr. Mwmi
Omaha and Lincoln. eh maee ILf t 1 St t-r
day Ttttnllesof track to lay and Mirfara up, fr
pa to th work aad return when work U doaec
come quick abd teak- oar arras K4eat l go
Th. 1 a new order Ship Jhsrsday rutrt t oinr
rtk )Ufa railroad. J It. Eeswertfey C. oppo
site HoCni Carey. 4 IT. m.
ANTED-J WOMEN FOR LACS DRY IN Mo
tel In e ty 1 rhamtormaid. Z dlnln; room
Clr'e. 1 wuraen aa cook In roo.1 bfetei; IrnWK U
Kir to for hutel work trum Meilee to Tfc MfcmirLon.
tree ps bt- Mi 1 weesaa Ir botutewotk la
Sew Mvxhto. Hum )& yn mowlh. fre . 0rt,
II 700 want etr.tiMra'fit of any ktnd. ewe to tk4
oC thereto always MMDrtfeinir. 1 ywnj; m to
po to Oklahoma, a.. wu-M-r job In bo(l, A mtOua
Band, free pa Wteaan ad drtrwri for Arkaa.
a 1 winw juh on rai ro. JUI sea for Arttwm
railroad murk. Ji wood 1 Inept"? r m Ti. all win
lr Job-1 farm aaLat arw cut 10 au gmfc,
on trlD. ood Job. 4 say Yteaa ta, tat H
yoor chance fwr a start in the world. J R, XB
worthy oppoeMa Heu-t f arcy 1S A
A G EN TS WA N TED.
I ruler lb 4 be-ad 2c per lino pr 4T
ANTED-IMREOiaTEI.T. MRU TO WOK,
at Hvry ( nr at. U W bvUA
ANTED AOESTs- IS EXERT C ITT. TO S
aad rUlor- 1 use; Inriea Mate ivaoM in
ti of kiMt ta take ax-naUMM. ymMrt
caa cak- a.ry S tattai leMUftd. m.fkt
tvjii'-i free, t a.vfc c irri wmiin xmnhi aa sut
II A- TEDJ1JCELLA. EOl'h
:-AVTEDTO TRAD fefD MA0 YUH
hore and titzTt or Mil mum AaVorxk
J B, eiare aie . EK
eTEO-TO RET AX CTRKSHT ItAJ-O
V Mna to- In iw ar4er md mrt r'Wii.y
HU1 reoet heat of out. A at I X Lawiwoo.
TvASTD-iJTO LITE TAJIK 1IOEOX. USr
' t !rrt4 M Maoeev A Utaaos' sfui evara i-r
fote Octoir a, 1 EK iHmtia ai
rAXTED - KT A THCflMCOlfLr BKTAv
lMksat w4 re-csrtaoe . .. a U4r t MOM.
rmtmt witn sioMtnc '' " - ft". af
) 11 iim at aa . AMim jl. X cf mt Vhr
TW-A Qtf IX-rJIT isHOW tA
a -TV. M urrA." iMr Tu X. Halo c W 8 E.
AXTt-ffA TorjfrQ ma, a rvKstm-
nM ta tie Ttctaary f untni m -nm
a.in- AoJrm M. A U ejare Kttm sflna IS 1.'
TOC TO KJKTW WK CAMAY A
wmm trajn Ta far mm at
ta evweaa, Teton. lUsyorWa wrt fc tn.5 fUM Ofch.
-"ATBi-EnDTaorT t xow tmat
l m tart fMk V,roftr uj j - ante, JK.
utn DmrJa . Dr.Aiti. tycu. ! pnr-
THE PEOPLE'S COITBIN.
Your Wants Supplied,
ANTED -SECOXD-ItAND ENGINES AXtl
boilers lan?A or KtttsII rmrraYiln A. ttttfnnMr-K
nie particulars ana price tor cafth. at your rail
road station. Addresj ilanuony Foundry, Jeella
-----.----. - ---. J--, .V.W -. .....w... -.
WANTED-YOU TO CAIX AND FIND OUT
what w keep and how low tho prices at tha
Department store. 33 East Oak. titf
ANTED-TO RENT A HAY PRESS. HAVE
li) tons to but. Hall or aitdrrM CL s. HnMntin
OatTille, Kon tSK
"ANTED-YOr TO KNOW YOU CAN BUT
the celebrated Roquet Raklnc Powder at Wat
kin's Department &;ore. AC East oak. IO tf
ANTED-A OOOD SECOND-HAND SURREY
cheap for cosh. A. A. Hyde, lit Main street:
"WANTED-YOU TO KNOW YOU CAN BUY
it Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes. Quee&swure, Glass
waro. Tinware, stationery. DolLs. Toys. Confection
ery, etc , at the very lowest prices, at Watkin's De
partment Store, 38 East Oak. K5 tf
"WANTED-YOU TO KNOW YOU CAN SAVE
1 1 . moner by buying your Sices at tha Dettart
raenf storm. 3B East OaJt Uotx
-"ANTKD-CLERK. BOOK KEEPERS. STBN
1 1 ographera ant telegraph orerators, or otheJ
nersons wha wish to become thoroacUy competent
In the abore branches, to calk at the southwestern
lluslness collpje. corner Doujtaa acid Topeka aro
nurs, Wtchiu, kan. tstt
Under this head 3c per line per day.
Under this head o per line per day
jORJ SALE- A LOT '" 6rr SECOXD VlAXO
butcher tools. liaseh A Ororer, aa North Main.
i;OK &ALS-1 KANOE AXD 1 HARD COAL
4- burner ami other furniture, at JUSi s Itwrenco
l?OR SALE-KU FBET FRONT. POR. LAW
X ronee and 'serenteeath bli, with fr ri
bottle. Mx two-lorv bars All W. ery cheap. iMMirtt
at all North Malu. fixa Rambemer dl2Il
l."OR SALE--V MMBk,li OF bOOU MILCU
i. cow s. by a dairy ib Jt t rettr trma bt
nans; one mlie duo south of burHeM L nlefmr. soar
MoretuBd dairy. dACet
I7IOR SALK-TTYEVrYTACRK-FRUIT FARM.
' six miles muUi of eety. Abo taki hiM)en
sooth Market rtret,dosi ta buslBej, aew three
rooiutsl hmti.e, jcoo.1 dry rtiilar, ate. Prwc outy t Ttw.
D. V Met. alia. IW North Main, WH
iroit SaLEOR TRADEKOR WICHITA PIJOP
JL' erty, two eastern farma, W) acnes, Addrews
i;oll SALE-A OAKLAND COOK. AND aI'AR"
J l4tr lve; also a foidtsc bed. ItiojOle at
!WI North LawretKTi ar. Wat
15oR sAJ.K T1IREE- ROOMED HOU8K. 8
feet front, two MoVs friu new ctmrt hnuse
1 rU-r only tW Also serarat Cue rneMaaws hi
north part of city at ruinous Jow flcures, 0. W.
McCalla, IN North Main. Wife
VOlfsALE I H.VYE FOIlSAl K FOR FIFTKBN
J. days a larin decribnl aa ethwat itartrof
s.tlu C, iwp 2. ranc 1 went. In btsdiw k?k email,
fursiUtL This Is not oer half iu Mitnnl vuhwt a
reurttf ue ran bo obtAined on it fr almot tho whuea
pun tia-e price A clear title Ui bo girofe. H -ut
nltachett In leval prwecdlnifs lHthntmrt af Vwm
mou lleai Ih April, IrtM. and vtut aupenhwd at
K.VUtt It has )u-t breti sold at idierld eaes and tho
owner, who Itxes at a dletanoe. m unttona lt db
poe of It, tdw in Whilst Moore, seaiswivt orgk
17OR sLE-OOOU COW. MI Kb WQUARTS
J" milk por day. MtlLuhtaro, ,it
1?Or"saI.R"- POLAND- 0IMNA ROARi ONT.
X1 )r otd. laHiickt Of Stewart A Otk. Call at
farm Ato Miles northiait, between rtvc. It. R.
rpWENTY-FIVE OBirT A M,'NDRBI), AT
i. thte oQlcr, old tapei soltalile for P.Ib: ?
Mug umter oarpeta, etc dW w
l.'OR SALE-SCALE BOOKS, SHORT HAND
JL writer- niH books Mauk recejptn and
booka ami letal blanks of ecry kltxl. MaU ord
prompt!) attended to Callou or updress tha WMU'
la Eale, kbiia. Kan. 1W.U
1'OR SALE -A UANDnOMK LrTHlltAIlt
Jl1 man of tlucllyof icbHa.irlxeo iwmeeaf atneia
public building- ewllts, parka, et nets UxbJ nit
Ufreu paper, prlc s ctnU a.h, J Jor N 4estat0
rt Blei a docoti. AUiircss ibo Wichita East. WMlta.
TOR salt IlEEDs. MORrtJAORvS AND AJ.
J" klndsof leBl blank ) blank rrmpt Ueks, Huk
hook, etc, at the W WhIU Ea.le oOlce. terdon by
mail prompt!) atleeoed to. rtlnv-tf
ART AND JIUSIC.
A IRS. BDUAltU l1
iii,vk vuii iifAr?ii
W7. For terms tail at 3U ttverTlew avee.
1 OST-C.HEI.KON WIUUIANATIONAHIAKK
lj for ilH, piiyabie t and slsrned by Dudley II.
huiet puymeut baa been stepped. dfSMt
3O1T-A NEWFOl'NDLAND DOG. fTnTIER
J will receive i reward by retnrntnz t '1JS.
t uiporia ure. vv A link.
LOST - A ObNTLKMAXs GOLD WATCH,
plain caw. LlrlH moeiMMnts chain nltaebed. A
IHMial reward will bo paid If left vtllli Arey rNruI
ture company IU it
I ObT-ATTIIE FAIR OROUNDs" THURSDAY
.1 j HitwjKwn. a lady's ifohl waUih with bb abalH.
1-liHJer v lit pleaa leavo same at Eatfle ofllte aMl b
ronanled. tm If
Under this head Sc per Ilea por day.
Under tbta bead )e per Hue pr day.
r I TAKEN P-OXE LARGK WlirrB HORHB.AT
X B srth Moe4y Ownir rm haro f r
pruvlbt: rprty and payiuv ohaiaa. tXM'
fllARES I I'-ONEbOHKLcL RUlMEi CAX IE
found at VA K Ida are.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
t wder thb) head 3e pr Una per day
FOR RENT Houses.
iMkir ihla head 3c per Ufa per y.
flllUK KeVi " A DJJIRAHLk MX-MW1
Kt hou on North Uirntce T. lnatf of Win.
. .rnorr. l Sort a Main &5
FOR RKN r - Fl KXIftHJCD llfl6 Of
mtm rootba. ltKMfe atT .., runpariB. .
tyruK Kl.yr AS ELHVKN-HOOM MOVIE
ft nhuKty fnroied traIKtMMM, mattaW tr
te4nc buMTdeire. within two Wes f LeauaiMi
rent very roMMinaM Ut a Kapxnibia party. AtM a.
ail roan cotras n fart. B. Tory tfeaMtttM. cIomi m.
Imiuiiv at H s liwrwaoa. ItJU
toMiM HK..M- KOLbE SO 1 SOHTK MAR
ES kataUMPt. 7OB. bain.hMeie4. oatiar.
Kuwd stahM, coal hieavi. tc Catt at h. LMrMS
FOR RENT Rooms.
Caster Ud head t pr y'fJr
i"xr rlr i-to" it iiu V rvjumuiiv
1 tfxtmn. with (KMrd. ILO pr w.fc; f ioarfl.
ti8prwxk. my WalH. .
IOH MEHr-OSE J.J4.EET WMMUmio
i1 front roow. wHh Wrd. Ladt nrai.jri4.
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