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S&e WmchiU gailij gagle: fritTaij ptemteg; (Mtrtrer. 17, 1890
Becelpts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours
505 Cattle, 589 Hogs. Shipments 587
Cattle, 238 Hogs.
The receipts of native cattle at the yards
today were light and there was not much
doing in the cattle alleys. There was a
btrong demand for yearling steers and
many more of them could have been sold
at good prices. There were quite a num
ber of Texas cattle forwarded in first
hands. Good stockers and feeders sold
readily, at yesterday's figures.
The run of hogs was fair. The market
opened 2V5 cents lower than yesterday,
closing strong and 5 cents lower. Prices
on light hogs and pigs declined more than
on mediums and heavies. The packers
were the heaviest buyers again today, pay
ing the best prices. Top hogs sold at
f3.92X today; bulk at $3.S5.
WICHITA LIVE BT00K MARKET.
Wichita. Kan., Oct-16.
The receipts of native cattle today were light.
Prlcee remained unchanged. Good yearling steers
in active demand.
Native shipping steers, pood to extra.. .$3 23
Uood to extra native butchorsUjers.l000
too to extra native miicm
I 50 2 7ft
Native feedlmr steer .. 2 23 &2ff.
Native tocVem 175 C2 70
Choice cows and heifers 175 Cf.'i 00
l-slrto pood cows and heifers 125 Al 75
Bulls and stacs 125 &I 75
Fat yearllne 150 ai'Ji
Good yenillDgs 175 a? 01
Grass cowl 1 X Oil 50
Canners 1 0U 1 1U
Poorer crudes and cnlln,vracs - 50 1 Q
tal calves, per l)td i 50 ct W
Texas steer, Rood to ostra 2 M (3.2 75
Texas steers, fulr 2 20 &2 45
Texas cowb 125 Ul 75
Followlnc are the representative uales of cattle at
the stock yard today:
No. Description. Av'an. Price
fi Feeding steers .. 702 21
2 Foedins steers iWO 2 40
12 Feeding sixer TJfl 2 .15
1 Feeding steer 750 2 25
8 Fw-dlnu steors 7 2 U
.1 Siookera Ha 2 20
1 Stocker. i!30 2: 35
2 Statu 1H" 150
25 Cows and holfers !K1 175
1 Cow into 1 75
1 Canner 1010 1 (JO
2 Hollers 780 1 SO
1 Holfer no 1 so
1 Bull OS0 150
The recolpta of hogs: wero only fair. Light hoes
closed ft&lOc lower. The market closed strong and
The following aro the representatle sale, or hogs
n( thf yards today;
Jo Dock Av. Prlr. No Dock A v. Trice.
4S 2(0 224 Sltili I 80 207 3 15
70 1(1) 27 S Pfts PIO AND LIGHT.
M y 314 81ttj5 65 60 17fi 3 V)
54 1(50 303 3H. ti .... 161 .1 1
23 40 2tk) i) 15 40 W 3 55
24 .... 2lf7 310 6 .... IK 3 25
80 280 302 3 88 20 15.1 3
14 40 3 60 24 2(0 Iril 2 ll)
2 ... 45 3 75 10 ... 83 2 25
11 80 SBt 3 45 4 .... 82 2 25
10 20il (7 3 50 "J .... Ill 2 25
0 100 333 8 25 S3 40 83 2 00
Good mutton cheep. WilOO 3 .Va4 m
Good stock ewe.76$Srt 2 50.43 50
Uood stocv, wethers. 75(a.So S lR3 50
Oood to extra lainbit 4 001 50
Hogs a little off todny.
Good demand for yearling steera.
Hunks shipped a load of hogs today.
G. M. Grimes, a former buyer, was at the
jrards looking over the situation today.
Quite a number of gentlemen from out
of town wore looking over the btock yards
C. J. Jobes, Attica, had hogs on the
Kelley & Johnson, Clearwater, had hogs
E. Love, Anson, marketed a car of hogs.
J. A. Andrews, Kanopolis, was in with
bogs and cattle.
C. A, Shelby, Kingman, sent in hogs to
flay. William McKittrick, Augusta, had hogs
on today's market.
E. L. Gardener, New Albany, came in
with a load of hogs today.
Buyers today: Dold, 300; Steck, 119;
Hanks, SG; Whittaker, 57.
LIVE ST00K MARifET.
ST. l,OUIS. Mo.. Oct. 16.-CATTIiK. Receipts.
22(h ihlpmentn none. Maikot actlvn, higher. Nutlvcs
3 00'rfft 00. htooLtH'H Hmt feeders. U UH 10; Texan
end Indian!" 2 m.3 Hi. HOUS-llecelpti 52iM.
vhlpmenta HUH. JlurUct steady. Huivy Wgl 40,
mixed $8 HU! .JX hHKKl' Kecvljits SCO. lup
ments . ilarkat stroDC. Good to choice t4 HA
KNAHCITT. JIo.. Oct. 1C CATTLK HecIpU
4'.N). ghlpinents 4000. Market Htroug. Stern ( i 4fVg
4 75, cows 1 50S2 (S: Mockeiu aiul feeders J2 .'X
.25, lause stccrq J2 UKA2 fk'; rnnt'o cows 1 OKj
1 SO. HOQS-Hecelms 7575: Milumuts 30. ilnr.
ketsteady. Bulk 8.4 10; all crailes i2ja;).
MiKhl'-Hcculpu 740; hhlpiuenu 1010. .Market
Mendy Lumhs 3 70vt4 25: kockI to choice muttons
14 0044 20; Stockers and fwdon, ? 2 hiai (U.
Cmr-Aoo. 111., Oct. 16. The Umver.' .lounialj
report: CATTLE ltec'ltt. 18.010 Milnmonta 4lr
Market rtrong. Pteers 3 U0m5 .10. c9 and bulls
x 408 10, Toxans 23038.5. rangers
UM 70. IlutJS
itoceipta .imu. BiinimrntH niu.
Pnckent and shlpnom 4(l0155. light 4 iftSU 45,
pigs 3 OOftJt 76. sHi:EI--Iteceipt '0; bhlpmeiits
-. Market steady. Natives 4(XksltO, ;e;orns
S3 034 45,
Wichita (.mm Market-
Wichita. Kan, Oct. IS.
The grain markot was unchanged today.
Following are the closing quotations on grain:
CHAIN Car loin on traoK:
WUKAT-No 2 We, So 2 hard 79c, No 3 Sic. No
4 74 c.
COHN No 3 or better 35uSSc. white lOc, new corn
ItVK No J ,r letter 75c
HAY-JR fi(U4 50 per ton In car lots.
UUOUND COHN Chopin cur loU 85c per lOOlbi
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
'cw York Money.
New Yontr. Oct. 16.
Money on call easv ranging from rJ6 per cent,
last loan 8. closed offered his jerceHt,
Prime mercantile paper SftTW.
Sterling oxchange quid and steady at 4 SOtj
for CO da; bills and t &l for diuuaml.
Clilcago (Sratn and Produre.
CmcAr.o. 111.. Oct. IS. Wheat Palrly actle
I orn Active and stronger.
Ohis lWUve ami strong.
Port Moderau :j atlvo and strong.
Lard Actte ami strong.
The leading futures closed as follows:
WllKAT-Ootober $1 om, Decemticr f 1 C$H. May
OATa-Ootober 4V, !-cf mlrr fStc May 4Jic.
POKK-Dvcewber 10 00, JaMUarj- tU ; X
hAKD-Decembor JG Kii, May C 9ih!.
(ash y uirtaUous cro as tovn
rLOUR-Wlnter patent U '.036 ; spring patent
4 UVW 05: bakers tS (XV 7ft. """
HEAT No I snng and red, 1 Wtii I0i.
( liltN No.2. 50Wc
KLAXSKKD-fl 4A?1 m.
IIMOTHY-Priwe jl l 26.
POKK-Oash t9 7.7V
LAHD-Oash 16 l6 a,
SllOKT KlRv- (Zh .
SHUC1.DEK Dry NUted
fiiuai i l.fcAK SIUKS-J
?1-Cul l9tLi 7"4ec j.-raiMttatd eMe staad
aro a 9t4c
line 3.XR2-. Hd ctwaMwrr. Sa.' r .
cnst Ater . IfttHio, Miie ISUc.
cu wis Ac9lva.
Kansas otj PrnHre.
Kansas city. Mo., Oct- K
The Dally Indicator rsportw
FI.OUK-XS. gjc; XXX 3 family i Hi; cM
tl 48: fHcy 1 3tt extra laacy H Si sy jtei
WHEAT Stronger. No. 2 hard cask 89c Wd 5c
ask wi, OciHber S'Jic bid, SPfc asked. No. 3 red cat
K&c bid. Sic asked.
( OHN FSrmer. No. 5 cash and Oaober 41He.
OATS-Strug. No. Z cjui and October 3Skc bid
KYB Strong. No 2 cash 59-j bid, October S5c btd.
BUTTER-Flrm. Creamery 1519c dairy 11
13, storepscked &alla
EGGS-Flrm at 16c ,, mB
HAY Steady. Fancy prairie W 509 00. iroo-1
to choice fi U03 000. timothy fancy 9 00, choice 750.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Loots. Mo., Oct. 11
WHEAT-Hleher. Cash BSJfc, December $1 00
1 01. May 1 0T.
CORN Higher. Cash Sc December i'Hc, May
OATS-Hlcher. Cash 394c. May MJsjc.
PORK-Flrm. Jobbing JIUM.
LARD-Hutcher itradM 6 U0&G 12H.
WHISK Y-btoady at 1 13,
ATTOBSTEYS AT LAW.
raos. C. "VVriao-T. Jos. A. BauaAonrt.
WILSON & BRUBACHER,
VUorneys at law. 251 Xorta Mala stroet, Wichit.
ijansaa. Telephone Wo. U. dl(M-tf
.V.P.CASfrasti. J jm. L. Dvru
Attorneys at Law, WlctUta, Kan.
I. C. Sluss. W. E. Btanle i
SL USS STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita. Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main 8L, Second floor.
J . R. IIALLOWXIX. J. E. Hew I
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL & HUME.
Lawyers. 143 N. Main Street. "Wichita, Kansas.
P. a. RoHitiunon. w. h. rauctl
ROHRBA UGH RA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere In the United States and
Canada. No. 117 Male SL. Wichita, Kansas.
E. B. JEWETT,
4 and 6 203 N. Main sL, Wichita
John- W.adams. G.W.adajis.
ADAMS & ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, first stairway east of the
Wichita National Bank. 116-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Catarrh und flttlnc glasses.
Office 127 N. Markot street,
Ibrael A. Myers block.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
Adjoining the Office.
831 East Douglas Ave.
Telephone No. 116.
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dlseases'a spreclalty. Home
lor Lfcdles during confinement. Strictly prtvat
when no desired. Letters of inquiry conQdentla1
'tid answered lrnmedlatly on receipt of same
Ifamo, 711 South Ida av
E. Y. M UN SELL, M. D.
Medical and surclcal dis
eases of Eje, Ear, Nose, and
Throat, ltemoval of facial
and other blemishes; and tlt-tln,',-pectrles.
Olllce and residence. 1200
South Emporia. Cl-tf
Dai opened offlcrs over 120 North Main street, Wich
ita, with the practice of K"neral medicine and sur
gery Dr. Jennings will combine special work on the
fye, Kar, Nose nnd Throat. Also, the proper ad
justment of i;I.'." s. Oflloi hours 8 to 11 a. m.: 3 too
p. m. residence, bU Lnwreoce avenue. D-43.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Ofllce hours 0 to 10 a. m 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday. 9 to
10..'ilu. in. Kooni 18, l'eclilif liner itulldlm;.
j.w. rniLLirs. f. e. PHiLttra.
FHILLirS H FHILLIFS,
Graduates of the Chlcaco Veterinary ColJece.
Wo are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
includliiR Dentistry, Canine and Cattlo
Irnrtir Hnsnltal nccommodatlous lor all patients
requiring special care at II per day. I'ersons wish
ing to purcww a. hop-o can i nvo It cxnmlscd and a
certificate of soundness lvenforto. In surgery we
use the latest d'-vicc. Including an operating table.
Calls by telephone, telcicraph or mall will receive
prompt attention by day or night.
Ofllce. 114 North Lawrence Avenue. Office tele
phone No. 71. Kldence C30 2f. Topekame. Itesl
denco telephone No. 215. 129 tf
C. W. TERRY,
Architect and Supetintendnni. Room IS and i7
BltUnjc block, Wichita, Kansas
W. R. McFHERSON,
Architect. Itoom 13, No.
200 North Main Streot.
w. t. pitounxooT. o. w. mnu.
Architect.-) and Superintendent. Office In Fech
A. J. AFFLEGATE.
(With A. D. Mallory.)
Abstraotor, Conveyancer & Notary Public.
Tine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any laud In Sedgwick county, itoom 21(1 Sedg
wick block. Can bo found during business hours at
county building. lOtU
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
Dentist. Ofllce 144 N Main over Smith & Stover's.
Vinllredalr adralnisten-d. Hesidente CM N. lo
puka a enuo, Wichita, Kansas. 91-tr
D. W. SMITH,
Room 403 Sedgwick building. Wichita,
Full rets of teeth, 5. 18, and tW
Gold Fillings. 1. and up; Silver, :5c;
Extracting wHh cocaine, 60c o
BOYD'S DENT J L ROOMS,
DR. T. F, HOVn. DR. J. A. HOLLENBEHGER
HjEusi Douglas Avenue. 103-tX
ALL HA LLO WS A C A DEMY,
Hoard arxl tuition, per annum. tlX Addres.
Sister stiperior. sisters of Charity. B. V. M. 105-tt
REAL ESTATE AGEXTS
FRED W. IsHAFU
K, c. Israel
Eeal Estate and Bents.
To buy Wichita ctty property or Sedgwick county
hiBd at present prices means large returns on vour
money. Wichita, with her stock and other indus
tries, is Jnt In her infancy and such bargains as we
can now offer w ere av er offered before All having
business in our line are invited to roll or correspond.
The Wichita interests of non-rodents properlv
and faithfully cared for. Oalce tveosd floor 125
North Marke;. Israel Building d.tf
C. A. WRIGHT.
GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal Estate '. Dealers,
Ruy andsell Real Eute on cmm.vtoa. collect
rents, have repairs made economically and remit
promptly. ( orrespondeaee solicited. Now is the
lime to buy uik! iqj the foundation for fortune
la.V. Main St Ground JToor. Reference: All par
ties for whom we have done business, here or else
where. Take stage at "Wharton for Stillwater;
Billy Snyder, proprietor. cUS tf
Xew Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacific railway Wichita to St. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. d&S tf
WASSAM, DAFIES & ROOD
REAL ESTATE AGrEXTS
Largest list Of cltv and Island mniwrtr tnr .nlo
Also the famous Alvln and Hitchcock fruit lands
for sale. Write for information.
Office Moody building, GaUeston, Teras,
MISS ANNIE C. REEL,
VOICE CULTURE AZS'D . PIANO.
Room 515 Sedgwick Block. 103 lm
J. O, Dattdbon, Pres. c, A. Walks n, V. P.
Johs Dxbst, Caahler.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 000,000
STOCKH'D'BS' XJAB1X1TT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank In the Stat
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money by doing: their
bnsines3 through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF TUB CITIZENS BANK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
The Photographer. Pictures In all sizes and styles
Ha also carries the tlnest assortment of Dlcture
frames In the city,
Ulvu him a friendly call and
stiFsoum rciric r. n.
I ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Kansas City Express
St. I.ouls Mall and Express...
Knnsas Cltv Exnress
':10 A M , 8.45 A M
'.M V M 2.00 P M
KM) p ji I 9.40 p M
V lntleldand Kiowa Express. ' 9:211 P n
Kiowa Mlxtd 110.35 a II 4:15 P ll
WICUITA ANI) COLORADO,
Colorado JI.ill and Express 11:15 A M I 5:15 P m
Colorado Mixed .. C25pm 7:10 am
Depot Second and Wichita streets; ticket office 127
North Main street. E. E. RtxcKl.r.V.
Pascencfi and Ticket Agent.
SW TIME TA1SLE CniCAOO. IlOCtt Ibl
("GreHt Kock Island Route.")
In effect on and after July 6. 1313.
AltKIVi: j LEAVE
OOINR VOItTII AX1 EAMT.
No. 2 Colorado Springs.
Denver and I'aclflc Co.ist
No. 2 Kans.is City, St. I.ouls
ana Chicago. I nrouli
Mail and ex. daily
No. 4 Kansas City. St. Louis
and Chicago nilit ex.
No. (3 Accommodation,
daily except Sunday.
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago es. dally
No. 1 Kanvis City, St. Louis
and Chicago through mail
and ex. dally
No. 01 Accommodation, dally
Elegant reclining chair cars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without chango on night trains. Tickets
fold and baggage checked through to all points
north, south, east and west, and steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket odice 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas und Mead
aienues. Telephone 199.
C. A. KrTiir.nronn. Ticket Agent.
J.vo. Sr.nASTiA.v. G. T. fc P. A.. Chicago. 111.
ST. LOl'IS & SAX I'KANCISCO It. U.
I -Ai:UIK I IKAVE
Going West, pass (to Ells-
Going west, pass, (stops at
Going East, passenger..
Going East, passenger.
Going West to Hurrton
?U A M
City Union Ticket ofllce. 122 North Main street
and union Depot, Douglas avenue.
WICUITA X. WESTERN R. R.
I ARRIVE I.rsVB
Going West, pass. (dally) I 805a i
Going West, freight 1 3WPM
Uolng Eat, pass i 723 p ji
Going liist, freight I 1035 a m'
D. H. Uiiodes, Freight & Pass. Agt. 122 N. Main
supt cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket ofllce 122 North Main street, and at
Uulon Depot. Douglas atcnuc. W. D. MfRDOCK.
ATCIIIS0.V. lOPLKA SANTA PE R. It.
I ARRIVE I LfcAVfc
NORTU AMI EAST. I
Eastern express t
4 10 P M
Colorado auu California ex
MICTU A.VI) WEST.
Oklahoma A- Panhandle ex
4 05 P M
C ity Union Ticket olllce 122 North Main street,ud
Union Depot. Duglas uvenue.
WHOI.rSA.lL AND RETAIL
Corner First Street and Lawrence Avenue.
Chicago Yards, 55th and Iron streets. Chicago.
A. Smith, saleman. Geo. L. Pratt, and Ueo, W.
Cross. Resident Partners.
Dr. J. E. Bennett
TILES. FISSURE-FISTrLA and all diseaset of
the rectum cured without the use of the knife, liga
ture, caustics ordetentlon from business. No money
to be paid until patient is cured.
Private Dlsoases In both rexes speedily cured.
Cull on or address
DP.. J. E. BENNETT.
H6tf Wichita offlce 1(3 N Main St.
L Yard. 541 West Douglaa.
Branch offlce 1ST North Mam. Telephone 193. dl3tt
A lot of cood lumber cheap from fair
ground. Thomas Shaw. dl26-lt
Three Through Trains.
Two nicht, one moraine, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 4S-tf
Thomas Shaw shipped a number of
Eianos to neighboring towns last week. He
as a large stock. dl2ti.lt
Night express for Kansas City. St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita ac 9:40 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
Take the Frico flyer to St. Louis and
the east. It leaves Wichita at 2-.S5 p. ra.
What line runs three through passenger
trains to St. Louis without change?
What line runs Pullman sleepers and
reclining chair cars morning and night to
The Fri&co is the only line.
What line has the fast tram to St. Louis?
The Frisco, whose flyer leaves Wichita
at 255 p. ra. daily, arriving in St. Louis at
7:80 the following morning.
Does this fai.t train connect with other
trains from St. Louis?
Why, certainly, with all e4ist bound
trains in SU Louis union depot. dsO-ti
Deeds, Mortgages, etc, Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this ortiee.
Aderss the WichitaEAGLE, Wichita Kan.
Look before yo leap.
Flyer to St, Louis
Take the Frisco
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens Bant. Kansas Natl Bank.
B. W. ELDRIDGE,
Epecial Information by wire Free on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEECHAOTS
TEE UNLUCKY STONE.
From my earliest recollection we had
traveled, traveled the world over, it
seemed, my mother and L We had no
kith nor kin but one another, so can the
world wonder that we were all in all to
each other? My mothers face, although
the sweetest and gentlest of faces, was
always sad, even gloomy at times. She
always wore the deepest of mourning
for my father, although I could nevr
get her to mention him. And after sev
eral inquiries I ceased to trouble her, for
such a look of pain and agony would
come over the dear features at the men
tion of Robert Radcliff. The only jew
elry she ever wore consisted of two
rings, a plain gold wedding ring and a
beautiful opal set in a heavy band of
gold. Through Asia, Europe, America,
and even to Africa and Australia, we
had made our way. And whenever in a
crowd or conversing with a stranger 1
would notice my mother looking at her
opal ring, which she wore on the third
finger of the right hand.
One summer we had wandered through
Russia, had spent some time on the
Rhine, and finally brought up in a little
town among the mountains of Switzer
land. Hero my rftther was taken ill
with a general decline of the heart, as
the village doctor called it. I was very
much frightened and wanted to tele
graph for" a celebrated man from Paris,
but she said: "No, Carl, do nothing
whatsoever. My timo has come, and I
must have j-ou to myself for the few
hours left me."
I would not believe it. It did not
seem posaiblo that God could take her
"Mother," I taid, controlling my emo
tions for fear of making her worse,
"you imagine that you are much worse
than you are. You are looking better
than I have seen you for some time.
Your cheeks are bright red."
Ah, what a fool I was! Death's very
sign I took to be the hue of returning
"Carl, I have no time to waste in use
less words," she said. "Come and sit by
my side and learn why your mother s
sad face has darkened your young life.
No, do not interrupt, my boy. I know
how much jou think of your mother.
Sixteen years ago, when you were a
child of 4, wo lived in a beautiful coun
try home in the north of Ireland. Your
father was of that country, you know."
I did not know, for she had never told
me anything about him; but 1 did not
interrupt, and she continued: "Well,
one night I waited and waited for Robert
to return. Ho had gone to the neighbor
ing village to buy new carriage horses.
The wind blow a gale, and the rain fell
in torrents. J. walked the noor in an
agony of fear till 12 o'clock, then called
a faithful old servant and told him to
harness and to go with me to look for
his master. Ho thought mo crazy, but
did as I told him. Put another pillow
under my head, Carl. There, now I can
"Wo found him, my son; found him
all bloody and beaten to death. Foully
Her face was ghastly, and although
shaking in every limb I managed to give
her some drops the doctor had left so
that she was ablo to continue. "I can
not tell you more of that dreadful time
except that thero never was the slight
est clew to the assassin. We never knew
that he had an enemy in the world. It
was not robber-, for his watch and a
large amount of money were not touched.
Yon will find papers telling you all of j
that. My part is what I wish to tell
you now. I lived with you alone in i
the old home for one year. One night I
fell asleep in a chair by the hearth, and
had tho strangest of dreams. I dreamt
a voice said to me:
" 'Take thy child and tho opal ring
and travel the world over, and when
thou dost find thy opal turnest a blood
red then thou willst be in the presence
of thino enemy and thine husband's
"When I awoko I pondered on it for a
while, but came to the conclusion that it
was the result of a fevered brain. The
next night I had the same dream, and
again the next. I then took it as my
mission in life to find the man who had
foully killed my Robert. I awoke from
my apathy, sold the place, and taking
you with me started on my pilgrimage.
You know the result. Never has my
ring changed color. Now, Carl, I am
dying, and into your hands I consign
this ring, and I ask you by the memory
of your murdered father to find the per
son and bring his crime home to him."
Saying this she placed the opal, with
its fine red lines, upon my finger, and
then lay back xhaueted.
"I promise, mother, never to give up
the search while there is breath in my
body," I said, intending to find the as
sassin by modern means instead of super
stitions, but I would not pain her by
doubting her dream.
Three days she lingered, during which
time she told me of her financial stand
ing, and that she did not know of a rela
tive in the world. The third night she
passed awav, leaving me alone in the
world with a terrible void in my life
and an unutterable grief. I saw her
buried in the little Swiss burial ground,
and then returned to the inn and looked
my future in the face. I had 50,000.
no friends and a veritable vendetta. A
week later I started for Paris, stated my
trouble, and had the best detectives to
work up a hopt-less case. In London 1
lid the smne. and then crossed the ora;
.-.J followed the S.UUW course in Nf1
. jrk. The opal ring I wore, but seldom
--kd at it. 1 made. everl pleasan.
traveling acquaintances, and had a zmul
ber of invitations to visit in Washing
ton, Baltimore and other cities in the
States. I refused them all, and went
we-t to San Francisco, staying there un
til Jan. 1, when I returned to Washing
ton, where I ran across one of my trav
eling friends, Ra C&mngton.
I refused all overtures to go into so
ciety or to visit Carrington, but when 1
was taken ill and threatened with pneu
monia my friend had me removed,
against my wishes, to bis horae, where
a tali, stxtely lady smiled gracioosly
upon me, and where I had all the care
and devotion possible during a 6criocs
Illness. This laay, who was Bay's
mother, was an angel of mercy to me, a
homeless wanderer. One day I was ly
ing on the sofa deluged with shawls,
wraps, etc., reading my correspondence
from the foreign police offices. Nothing
had really been done, although a man
had been sent to Ireland. So many
years had passed they could hold out lit
tle hope to me.
A rap at the door, and "May I come
in?" from Ray.
"Of course," I replied. "Why do you
"Because I have brought vou a visi
tor,1' he said, as he entered with his arm
around a beautiful young girl, whom he
introduced as his sister Lilian.
I told her she was very kind to visit
an invalid, and wondered what they
would think if they knew I was hunting
down a murderer of sixteen years ago.
Many happy days passed in spite of ill
ness and vendettas. They insisted upon
keeping me for a ball in honor of Lilian's
twentieth birthday. I found resistance
useless, so yielded with as good grace as
possible, although I knew such gayeties
were not for me, and my mother's death
was too recent not to destroy any desire
for such pleasures.
However I staid, and on tho evening
of the ball arrayed myself in my dress
suit and descended to the ballroom,
which was beautifully decorated with
tropical plants and lovely ferns. Lilian
was receiving her guests by her mother's
side. She was dressed in a gown of sil
very fabric, which made her look more
than ever like the beautiful fairy she
was. I easily mingled unnoticed in the
As I gazed on that brilliant scene I
wondered what the dear mother was
thinking as she locked down from her
home on high. I thought of the little
grave in the far away country, of the
vendetta left me as a legacy. Ray broke
in upon my meditations, and finding it
impossible to persuade me to dance said:
"Well, do take Miss Van Dyke into sup
per and relieve me."
I complied, and upon entering the
supper room removed one glove, as my
hand was warm. Upon doing so I
glanced at the opal ring, and to iny hor
ror noticed that it had become a blood
red. What could it mean? 1 glanced
around the room and noticed only a doz
en people, but these brilliant society
people of Washington. What had they
to do "with my opal turning red? I must
be mistaken. No; it was a deep blood
red. I noticed Ray's undo among the
crowd a tall, dark man, conversing
with alady; and I mechanically watched
him leave the room, then glanced at my
ring and, great heavens! my blood seem
ed turning to ice, for the ring had re
sumed its original color. I escorted
Miss Van Dyko back to the ballroom
and delivered her to a partner. Then I
sought an introduction to Ray's uncle.
"Mr. Radcliff," ho exclaimed, and I saw
him start, "where was your home, if I
may ask?" "In the north of Ireland," 1
replied, "and my father was Robert
Radcliff." I noticed my ring had again
become red, which fact dispelled all
doubt from my mind. Notwithstanding
how ridiculous it seemed, I continued,
"Mr. Carrington, I would like a few
words with you privately."
"Not to-night," ho stammered, "but
to-morrow at 10 a. m." "Very well," I
replied, and then nought tho smoking
room to bo able to think. Lilian's uncle.
She to whom my heart had gone out was
the niece of the murderer of my father,
for I had faith that I had found the man.
I retired that night to get little or no
sleep, to wonder what 1 3hould say and
do to Howard Carrington, and what mo
tivo he could have had for such a deed.
The next morning I called at his resi
dence promptly at 10 o'clock, and was
told that the gentleman was not yet up,
had not answered when he was called,
and must be very tired. A horrible sus
picion came over me, and I told the man
to come with me, for we must break in
We easily did so, and there, with hi3
head on his arm, leaning on his desk,
was Carrington. Then to our horror we
saw a stream of blood on tho floor and a
revolver near it. Wo went to him and
found him dead. The bullet had done
its deadly work. On tho desk lay an en
velope addressed to Carl R. Radcliff. I
opened it and read:
"Mr. Radcliff You have tracked me
at last. How I cannot imagine, for I
never snpposed there was a single clew.
Now I know my time has come. I am
tired of being hounded by remorse, and
should have made way with myself be
fore long anyway. I killed your father
nearly seventeen years ago in Ireland. I
had fallen passionately in love with your
mother long before she knew of your fa
ther. She rejected me with scorn be
cause I drank. When she married Rad
cliff I was wild with jealousy. Still 1
never should have done him harm if it
hadn't been for meeting him that dark
night all alone. I was mad with drink,
and the deed was done before I realized
the crime. I have never 6ince touched a
drop of liquor. No one suspected Mr.
Carrington, the tourist, of such a deed,
and after some time I came here to my
friends. Now you know all H. C."
I never told my friends of this letter
or of the crime. They thought it tem
porary insanity. I now felt free to offer
myself to Lilian, and to my joy and as
tonishment was accepted. Eighteen
months from the time of her uncle's
death Lilian became my wife. I have
always worn the opal ring, which has
never changed its color since it showed
me my father's murderer. L. M. A. in
A New York money princ ha.i recently
ordered a et of bra- floor registers plated
vrith gold in an exceedingly ornate desiyn
The regiaters will be placed in the owner's
Purify clothes that have been kept from
the far by living pieces of charcoal,
wrapped in paper, in the folds. Try the
open air first.
SJoves and ranges should be keptfre
from soat in all compartment. A coged
hot air passage will prevent any oven from
Cost of a Wocwln Leg.
The wooden leg I now nsade cf hollow
willow. It has very little weishf, aod Is
securely fastened to the limb by means ct
a leather cylinder, which fits securely to
the stump as near the thigh as it can bo
brought. This cylinder is a foot long, and
is joined to the wooden calf by a steel
joint. A good wooden le, wfth a rabber
foot, is worth HOaCtncinnatiTlnte-Sar
li has bea foacd that saw taade of ob
sidian, which is a kind of !-. pttxioced
by vc4canoe&, were mxd tinriBg theose
age in Mexico, and saws and knrrw of the
ssaie material have been foand In the
alluvial deposits of Kew JeTwsy, srsboMy
ho thither from Mexico by the acrfoe of
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The following rate under tho different nea&lnc
rtll bo charjed.
jaPPayable Strictly in Advance.
K advertisements taktn for lsi than 10 cents.
One Una adrartbdxaents charged mm raw ai two
SO ADYTfmSEMN-rs TAKEN "TO IU7X UX
Prlcea stren madnr classified heads in this column
applicable only to local advertisements. No foreign
gdvarttssmsnts taken at prices siren.
Acs wars la adrrtlMants sent to enroof tat
Saols oaee. should e callsd for wtthln 10 days
afMsr tnsirtlcs. When advertisers wish replys for
warUM to tasm stainpod envelopes must b sent.
Ksfervaco to formtr advertisements should civ
dtwcrlpttonasddatsof Insertion or copy of the ad
vartlsament shcula b sent.
Xot respoaslbla far advertisements stren or dis
codtainsd bj telephone.
WA NTEDFFJIA L E HELF.
I cder this head -c per Una per day.
OIIIL FOK GENERAL 1IOUSE-
ort. Inanlr at Smith A. Mover's shoe
store. 1(4 N Main. dUS-tC
TI7ANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL IIOCSK-
wort in small family. Call at M) North To
peka avenue, ilrs. II W. Kendle. Kt
ANTED - GOOD GIRL FOR KITCHEN
work. Good ttuirealo rlcht nartr. Amrfrat
K3 South Market street. L'
IANTED-A GOOD GIRL AT 1057
1 Emporli. Family sniull.
WANTED A GOOD OIRL FOR GENERAL
it housework. Must be u cood cook. Apply at
v7 North Lawrence ae. lna
"VA NTE D-COOK FOR SMALL FA MI LY;
I cood position. Apply 516 North Topeka ave.
W'ANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GKXERAL
housework; good wages. MrsUC Sluw, MB
N Topeka 1J0 tf
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at Champion's bookstore.
Miscclla n eous.
TTANTEIl-A WOMAN TO ASMST IN LIOHT
TV housekeeping as 11 companion; a kooiI homo
for Mme one, reierence"! required. Mrs. a. II. Mer
rill at the residence of Mr. Oak iMrldsou, Ittvcrsldo.
"WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED WA 1ST HAND.
1? also an apprentice clrl. t room S FleUher
block, Second and Main, third Uoor 1
ANTED AN EXI'LRIEN'CKD SALKiiLADY
for cloak department.
Munson A. McNamara.
SI TUA Tl ONS FEMALE.
Under this head 1c per line pur day.
M iscetta n cons.
-XJ ANT ED-SEW 1NG TO DO 1IY THE Da Y OR
T T week for private families; at their home, by
ayouncli'dy. (all at A2S North Mam St. ilHTbt
WANTED- COMPETENT STKNOGRAI'HKR
1 1 deplres employment In luw omit from 11 a. 111.
to 2 p. in., daliy. tour years" eiptTlente, Own
KemiiJUlou. Address MUs H, Eagle uOlce. IS 12t
Under thn Ileud 2c per line per day.
A N '1 ED MALE HELF,
Under this head -c per line per day.
U! AN'IKD-AT ONCE. ULACKMITII. MUST
le capable of dome curnace. cenei al Job
work, and. It ne.esr, honeslioomi;.
Kibei mun need appi. jd Ultra W. T.
SAW. E. East, Iluulilnmn. Kan.
oh Imt a
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
,rANTED-AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN"
t Jor notion department. Munson X McNamaru.
M iscealla neons.
SITU A TJ ONS MALE,
Lnder this brad 1c per line per day.
M iisccllu n eons.
Emjtfoym en t A yen cies.
Indei this brad 2c jer line pr day
B U SIN ESS CIA N CES.
A GEN TS U A NT ED.
I vArr Ibis brad 3c pr line tft&rr.
bow la? M acBtne cQcu.
AT THE ferxOBK
WANTED-,MllEt"AT-I'Y. HF.LP TO WORK
I' at Hovy's hs4arot, lis W Dwtlas Ave.
WANTEDABENTrs-lN KNKRY f ITT. TOWN
slid villace la the L sltd Mals incrft. M
f tele of Kanse; 10 tale eabecrtpCiaBa. Puttaajera
can tusk nHMiey. Ne .aaa4 resiHkfeel. trumpl
lopirs tr-. ( asfe .woimtsie aeaaey .aa Ve aa4e
by crttioy op cIuIm. ABdre Ute M.il aaie.
It A. TED MISCELLANEOUS
f AN'TED-A FEW MORI. UXU M TV PUT
M an and sell tb- .sistoouiUc Nsf'r Lmo
Brarkrt. Ttw tt 'alo; qui. vu at sliM. Ihnni
pavtithe 1 tbt parties. Kttili ailtai reairr4.
Ht-fveace aitbaaced. Call or aadress J. llani fc.
Til k-t uoueiasve. 4KO-'.'
U,'ASTFD-! HJCV9 LIVE TAMK PIOEOa DB
' ilvernd at istaarn-A wiilUa'a store be
fore October Ss lit Eaat UoajUs aeearw..
ANTED-AT ONXE. AN OIWHESTXA FOR
t acartr at the "XsefeS kdlLurrf S-r-
tvrr Will Jk. Reeves 3. ZH nJl Matn. CttJ-U
YTTANTED-TO RUT A F1RT CLASS r-AXILY
T T crte uu at ale fc jmmcIm av.
ANTKD-ACTIVK W-PjiptK REPORT.
r with rswn estlujrui eiOrrVace. A4tress
i. ith city refereace. X. Y Z h.yfc aStoe. dm it
WANTED-TO RENT & ROOM& OF MT RUSH
df V a ?lo 1 uasw vttlea chtldrvs. afoe
two vrfll faratas4 meras ea-Ubs far csv ev two
ceatieeaea. Jaqolre at UBXerta Tacka as.
WT NlEI-TO RENT AN UPRIGHT PlaWO.
V Mas a- la d order d rnat rne.4se.
W't(l receive best at care. A?p4 at Si N. Lawreace.
ANTKD - Y A TUOROCOIJLT TAB.
Ilebed sad rets ectafcte aaase. a 4t mf eae
aseat vrita pi-lr sadrrss and Jarre. te aoat a
rsrata&esi pwsiBca. Amta jl.jl caeat jOe
"WaNTED-A KXD f-IX-FXirT WWW C a
si-1keMcarO!.'-au 3U. MslasC "bl E
7 AJCTED-8T A YOT)iO MAX. A FTRXISK-
4 reara la the vldaRr af (arU sad '
aveaswv AeaftM X. A tl.orf EtKaM. 0 tf
WASTED " "frc T' KWW K CARRY A
It fnU m setae 1 at e tae ttM T- faraat
tae Ivs eat yU.fr. iMfatrtaaess aaare. 23 ia. Oai.
l'ATED-ETERYBOTTO EJOW TKAT L
aa bacS freas Malra sad at toy mStte, Ks
a IX Umuava. lM i-&4. ytMtaa tsl tm.
TV A5nX-Yor TO CatX Ajr FIXD OCT
Vl lss aa sad W law rik ycts t ta
iMsartsaea Jar- ! fcet Oa- fgttt
rATI3-TO RLT A HAT FTrfiBi. JtAVt
SO t vaif c-ii mr addma C a. ft sans sa.
AXTK- TOC TO KXW TOC CAX MY
ta - sd Bas SaMa? Per a-
ta' Irria.t J lasauedc OS U
tUXiMs-KAXb Entl AS I
t s iter, tswge ar naiB. I ntaalar etmiiiatrs
Wnte aaftJea jar aatf lfte tar anefs. al yraar reV
raad esteteeu. A ess 1 Hawaeay Fiaatsy. jajet
r Axnor-A acoo smmo-UAW mrmmsrt
Ctk. A. X. 11 fit, STkatavfatgL
4 V V
nI ' W
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN
Your Wants Supplied,
XITANTED-TOC TO KNOW VOf CAN KIT
Dnr Goods. NoUon. She. QueeMirare. Ohun
"are. Tinware, stationery, DoIU, Toy. Confection
ery, etc.. at tho very lowest prices, at WatUa De
partiaent store. JOS East Oak. V&XX.
Wanted-you to know yoc tan sayb
' mooer br burlrir rcur Scv- it th nuFt
buylctt your S-ocs at tho D
iTXTED-CXKKKS. BOOK KEEPERS. STtlxI
ogrupber and telegraph orerators. or ethtu
feroas who wish to bevurae thoroncbly eotnpeuui
a the above branches, to call at tho XHUiwfs.tem
Business coHcse. corner Dools and Topek aro
nnes. Wichita. Kan. iiu
Vnder this head Ic yer lice per day.
TO EXCHANGE - PROPERTY IX WICHITA
for equities In Chicago or soothers CaMfernU
property Uvardslay & invens, W Chamber Ctn
mcrce, Chicago. III. dlttiksaa
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Under this head Sc pr lta per day.
TTOli fcALE-hTOVEPIPK AT WHOLESALE
J? Rife A Co. 1111 E DohsUs ave. d.Et
FOR SALE - A LOT OK SECOND HAXD
batcher tools- Bosch & (trover. X3 North Main.
I70R SALK-l RANGE
J- burner and other fun
AND 1 HARD COAL
furniture, at CCS S Lawretxa
IT'OR1 SALE-103FEETFRbNT. COR. LAW
rence and seventeenth Ms., wttb. fur room
house, hie two-tory barn aixia, very cheap. IwMira
at M North Main, 1 om lUraberffec dmk
l."OR SALK-A NVMBER OF GOOD MILCH
X cows, by a dairyman about to rrUre from tofl.
uess; one mile due south of Garflelu Unit ersttr, near
Morcland dairy. dtS.fl
IOR SALE OR TRADE-FOR WICHITA PHOP
; erty. two eastern farms, TS) acres, A dorms
J, AcLerman. EX Ik
POK ALE-A GARLAND COOK AND A PAR
J. lor Moe. also a flu feMtRC bod. lamrtre at
MM North Lawrence . E
ITORTALE-i HAVE FOR SAl-t Poll HPH t.N1
-I dayn a farm drssTlbea as rotiUivrrt Quarter oC
Nclin a. twp :i. range 1 et. hi srsl-wlfk matr,
for Jiua This Is net oer halt lu actual vnlne; 1
niiMriciitce can be o&tAlaed on it for lfC the nbota
prchas prli-e. A clear tlUo w tli bo glvwa. It was
attached In lee-! prvceedlac In the twttrt ttt Com
raoti Ptox In April, si, and t appraised at
J.'.Uk It hs lust Uam tM at sheriff's sH ami tho
owwr.nliu lives at a di-lance, is ajtiHras to dta
poseotit, Edwin Whit llore,seli;nk'U. bteck.
X this oSU-e. old papers suitable for sacsht:' put
tine under carpel, rk.
l?OR bALE SCALE ROOKS.
-L writers' note books, blank receipts
books and Irual blanks of every klad. Mull orders
promptly attended to. (.all en or atdrrss the Wtctt
ta Eulc, W KbIU. Kan. !U-U
170R KM.t-A HANDSOME I.ITHOOIU'M'
JL iund of thecltyof Wk.blta,gtvrsnan)MK streets'
lUtldiBf. colleces, parks, etc.. stM llxtt U
price e cents each, 3 reriu tenia, n
rente a dtuen. Address the Wichita Eatfe, WWMta.
17IOR Sale-DEED?, MORTGAGES AND Ai.L
; kinds of leifsl bianVs: Uank r cpt books, net
lsjok. etc.. at the W Ichlla basle iiQct. Orders by
mall promptly attended to. dtUMt
ART AND M USIC.
Rs. EDWARD 1' HOVh, VllCAL TKACII
cr. i or terms tall at Mi ltlvervle w ai
f OsT - LACK llANDkUUHIKF UK UAtf
JLi street between hwiporitt ae. ami I.ivtBfftwi
Krucwy. Under will I rewarded by 1sivIhi(mw
at 71H North Emporia ate. dnrtl
LO.vr-CHEl K ON W ICU1TA NATIONAL HANK,
for sV.Ui, payab e to and MtfHed by Dudley It.
hints pa mem has boen stopped. dlts-U
6&T-ATTH E FA 1 1CM ROUNDS THURwDAY
utlernoun, a lady s wW wuttfh with bub cfealu.
1 Inder 111 please leave same at Ebfle oSlee nm be
rewarded. BO If
Usder this bnul Su per line per day.
STRAYKD-A RAY MARL WITH A RBD W'KH
baiter 011. Th Under will please return same
to 1A51 Kalntew ue. shU rts::etVM reward. dft-tl
Under this head 2c per line per day.
TAKEN LP AT THE CITY HOSPITAL. ONB
fat brindle heifer HlKt I years 011 nas uu
leuther bsllor. owner can pay fwU and take peep
crty. City lloptal. Cor MKh ana iltx. UKtWd
r TAKEN UP-ONLrLAKGE WHITE llUIUsR. AT
X lilt North llwrl) Owner can have same by
pro vl 111; prujH-rty ndpuyinu(iliarit. ImI
1AKEN LP-ONKbURRELL HUitSsL; CAN Hi;
louud al t.U b Ida ave.
FOR SALE Horses and Felt teles
l nder this head 1c per line per day.
OR SALE - HOKM..
PILE ION AND UAlU
nees. An extetlent aatny uw, iumi id 11 ar-
Obd In li
ness and a splendid saddle borf. w
111 seli serai
lllship Jt bosk. First
FOR RENT Houses.
L nder this hesd te per line per day.
FOR RKNT-UiMiDI "itOOM "tOTTAOH WITH
L small barn; H ler munlh. A. A. Jlyde.
Itii boose on Norlit Lawrence aie, iaqulte tt Wm.
t leicher, ;H N'wtti Mala. !
m FOR RENT-AN ELItX'RN-llOOM IIOUWE,
rk-ir fnrutid UmMKbotit, wW ur
k-rplns Umrders, wtibln two Monks f DMgta4 ae.
rwtl vary reasoAaMe Ui a reHb4 party. Ale a
six room LtAiAHottn kk. . very desltaMe, alWe lb.
lHUlre at Uti. Lawrence1 tMli
Ctt FOlTTthNT- iUTv'ti K NO. l WORTH UA k
KUL kel street, lioow. bath. hue , eltsr,
L'ud lUUc, ciMil house, etc Call at fct h. l-i-ije
FOR RENT Rooms.
Uader tbfei kesd 7a per lln-s-r 4ay .
lrRKNT - two" nr ki.t rvK&mtiRO
JL rrfws. wtta are. si 3M North Tattka .
Reat. lx and BverfoHarspwruMMttfe. dIZIMH.
l.'OR-RhXT - NICELY FURXlaRRD ROOMS,
X stacli or pa salte. with irood Uate asysra, s MJ
nrOi Market. dlja.Ot
';oR""RBM-TW) X1CRLY FlitRjaMr-U
L rcnaa. wit board, ULttl pt wek- das Jaw,
Atfi prjtr'k.jin h Mark . 4IJJ
IOR RF.VT-NKFLY Ft KMaHKD ROOliHAT
r Nurta Marst nr XR -
XTIORRLNT A VLRY DCMlllAKLS FVMJUI
?ed rwm, it 264 NriaJuuprU. it
FOR RENT Farm Fropcrty.
Lader ta bead 7k pj llae pr r-
Udr this he'd leper Mae per day.
'OR TRADfc-A t OO Y
(MT less. 0OO0 AH
, Jar a sarrr .
or lwv-lwl aarrtsc. Call
at raasa 4. ft Nona Mala.
7 OK TR DK.-A OOOD ftET OF HIHOUC M,AH
aM tor aa Aaaatt I'nrry rsssd cart ar tar a
tair aarrtot robe. AasUeM Ra
ti EN ERA L STOIC A G K.
G 0rw (F AMY DiasORIPTlOX VTCMINO A?
r ium).m ti. laaaireat Ms Kartej Meaju
TadT Uil bead per Uae yt day.
OA'.pO ALL CLAJMlllll OF afiCCRfTY if
reaxaaaMe rturK aaaraae maat rra
aad ipM tm nry ea-
7 fee uus
cisiMas iwak uauenar
TfWKY TO LOAR-WK MAEJt BMOftT TtM
1 ieatas a caaetals ead ail c4
1UL wilder 4e BeOiuit sytjrwtak Utrti.
ioxzrr "toloaj-wx wnx loajc tjw
J esea-y a Msr er sasvrt ttave e taraas ar aRy
Srty. ai a . caU4. crsJf. beaa1
k. etc Raae t. M.ryvr. SB sad Ie4c1f'
T7CRXITURR LOAsra. CATTI.f: LOa.VMeWI.
1 ry iaaa ea alraeM eeerytblat fcy I T, Lad.
laaa. are" Stard's zrvtery. strur First a4 Mala.
MOVKT IXIAXCD OK RfSKaKM, Cffll
raws .seaaes. baaw4d rsvraelert. esc. Ni
tcat. If rest eiet a asa4 aaeaaaa ef asaa
v 7. ii a bW3 isa ftMa
MISCELLA NEO US.
Caer tal ksd 7c yr Bae -r day
rrvfOEHATJMTACART LOT. OX XOgtlt
X Sb4 ar d-rabte tatrve Kertj-jiis
wa ta Imii Vet cask iHVe o us Irs.i
Brat.. I9 Ran Market f.
, ) YIUatl ad esfcssr Make. As m . ltwBisa
ave. Reave after I s. as. Ms ttrsa. JM.
Blank charters mad all ktad U !eal
biaakj far -Ie fey
tkx 'A'mnTA Ksmx,
l!7! tf tVlcJetea, KaSMA.
Note Cfcaare af Ttco'.
ComzatMdms Srdirakiy. Oct. k. tk Mf ;
ori PaciAc FaM. Kail arsd 3Uyc l
KlehHAaaor'tiaek J, m.. Mjmmj
at C lJm wxi morutK l T 'draw.
1 isacast) Kxiawsas will WW at &s a, M.,
arrtYliex ad Cfcscas r Xe City
oth Mat mantoK. iyk mmkm J
ti4..rtimiTlkt. Ujkmmd CM
easv J'lSlieSMil stK aMl lur
tJKSh m en. LeU wtistt clutt