Ste tSRMriia gailij gatjle: uestlag fjfltoftfhn, Qctofter 21, 1890
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during: the past 48 hours
645 Cattle, 604 Hogs, 47 Horses.
Shipments 632 Cattle, 485 Hoars.
The receipts of native cattle have been
light today. Good butchers' cows and
heifers brought good prices, one lot selling
for $2.25. A largo number of Texas cattle
were on the market, but went out in first
hands. The supply of stockcrs and good
butcher and shipping cows has not been
equal to the demand for the last few days.
The prices on this kind of stock are firm
at good figures.
The receipts of hogs were fair. A good
deal of sorting was done and
top hojjs brought 3.90. The mar
ket was strong at Saturday's figures.
Shippers took most of the hogs, packers
not being suited with the offerings. Sev
eral late loads were closed out at ?3.S2.
About everything was sold thatwas on the
market. More well fed medium hogs
could have been sold at fair prices. Kau
nas City and Chicago were quoted active
WI0HITA LIVE ST00K MAEKEl
Wichita. Kaiu Oct. 20.
The receipt of native cattle were light. Prices
Natlv ohljiplnc steers, good to extra.. .13 25
Uoou to extra native butcnersteerH, 1UUU&
Native feeding steers
Choice cows and brlfers
Falrto cood covrs and heifers....
Bulls and stac
Poorer rrades and callawAg....
Veal calves, jer head
Texas Fteers, good to extra
Texan bUorf-, fair
... 2 50 .2T5
... 2 2T G.1 GS
... 1 75 2 TO
. 1 75 2 00
.. 1 2T. ,1 75
... 1 25 1 75
. . 1 50 2 60
... 1 75 8,2 00
... 1 X (Si SO
... 1 00 ftl 10
. 50 (.1 (10
... W ta.7 00
... 2 .V) (4.2 75
... 2 20 Hi 45
... 1 25 (l 75
Followlne are the representative bales of cattlo at
the stack yards today:
No. Description. AvVr.
2 Etockors C25
4 Stockers 613
2 Oows 1231
3 Oows M00
1 dinner. 010
1 Bull .. 1580
The hoc receipts were fair, Tho market closed
strong at Snturrtay's quotations. Sorted packtnc
hogs sold for 3 'JO.
The following are the representative sales ot hogs
225 3 10
4.7. 3 40
2C 3 35
515 3 25
PICS'! ANI UOnTb.
Good mutton heep, 803100 ... ,
flood stock eire. 76(250
.jt wwti no
..2 503 50
UOod MocV. wethers. TOflSj S (Oa3 W
(iooa to extra lambs u 1004 50
Good cattle in demand.
Hog market closed strong.
icGre?or shipped four loads of hogs.
William Greiffunstein brought in two
cars of ponies from Noble, Ok.
Adum Huffbauer, Mulvane, was in with
two cars of hogs and some cattle.
A. J. Richmond, South Ilaven, had a
load of hogs on the market.
Gifford Bros., Anthony, marketed hogs
J. M. Peterson, Sharon, sent in hogs
T. E. Gilloland, Tisdale, had hogs on to
The largest draft of hogs, 23,750 pounds,
was tied today.
Dold bought 234 hogs, McGregor 290,
LIVE ST00K MAEKET.
RT. Lotus. Mo.. Oct. 20.-CATTLE. necelpt;.
H0(i. shltimenta 300. Market stoady. Natives
rf S24 SO. slockert and feouoi. 12 (02 SO. Texan
mill Indians (2 .'0&3 3l. HOGh-ltweipts -Jmi.
llipmllts l.'iCO. MarUet lower. Iloavy $4 lAigt 25,
Hilxwt JB b(yH 20. hHKEP Itt-celpts 1NW. slnp
lileiitii .00. Market steady. Good to cholm tt U0J
KANSAS ClTT. Mo.. Oct. 20 CATTLE ltecnlpU
fiS'ii; slilpments 4500 Market stead . Steew WdVJ
1 75, cows fl 60-2 Gf: stockeis and felep t" jO
. -), ranKu steers fl x2 00, mnw cows, l W&l Hi.
llO(!S Hecelpu .S730. Mitpinoiit;, XW, Mnrkot .Vl0c
lower. Hulk J8 l)jtl 15: all crudes 13751 la.
MIEKP-ltecalpts C40; shipments .bSO. Market
Mead Lambs R 7Wt4 75; trood to cliutco muttons
H UM4 20; blockers and feeders ?2 01 00.
Ciuoaoo. 111.. Oct. 20. Tlie Drovers' Journal,
reports, f ATTLE ItectipU. 20.000 Miliimonts 1UW.
Ma yl steady to lower, hteers S3 IHkS 15, cows.
Iml.rtiinil mxod 1 "(ki'i 75. Tcxnns 2 202t5, ram;erM
2 WO 75. IIOtiS-Keoelpts iS.OU'J. siilpmento 1.
Market lou er. I'ommon and rom;h $3 RVal (M.
pood mixed 1 (0.31 10, prime heavy and butchers
MeiChts 1 2504 35 MIELP-Keceipts 12,(M1;
klUpments . Market sUwdy. Nathf 10(V4 85,
VeAterns 1 0U&4 10, Texuns 3 U), lambs 1 SXI3.G UO.
Wirlilta Grain Market.
Wichita. Kan- Oct. 20.
Prices remain unchanged on grain.
Following aro the clo-dnc quotations on grain:
GRAIN Car lots ou trncfc:
WHEAT-No 2 65c, No 2 hanl 79c, No 3 Sic. No
oitN No 3 or better bSsj40c. white i0c, new corn
RYE No or bettor 75c
11 AY-18 60A4 6U per ton In car lots.
GROUND CORN Chop In car lots 85c per lOOlbi
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
New York Money.
New Yoiik. Oct. 2a
Money on call easy ranging from 335 percent,
taut loan 8. closed offered at V4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper iifc&s.
Sterling uxchango qtilrt and steady at 4 8M
'or CO da j bills and (4 tC for ileinanO.
Chicago Grain ana Prortuen.
CniCAGO. III.. Oct. 20.-Flour unchanged.
W heat Acth e and higher.
Corn Active and hlghr.
O.-ita ActUennd higher.
Lard Active, strong and higher.
Short ribs Active and strong.
The leading futures closjxl ns follows:
AVIIKAT October Jl OtH, Decemtjer Jl 03. May
CORN October Rc; November e. May Wc
OATS-()color 4J4c I).-coinl- 4JTle. May (Ka.
I'DRK Decouiber 10 40. January H2 4 May
l.ARD December W 57i January 6 S!H, May
Cash quotations were as follows"
FI-OUR-Wlnter patent U SXX35 05; spring patent
I Ctiii 05; bakers f if 0J 76,
WHEAT No S spring and red, 1 021 02K.
CORN-No i. 51JiC
R Y K 55(s 6i"c .
FLAXSKKD-fl 4ltCl 42.
TlMOTHY-PrlmeTl t 25.
lORK-Cash tin (U
LARD-Cush 16 S7H.
hHORT Kl US-Cash 15 45.
SHOULDERS Dry salted fi (SMxtS CS.
SHOKT CLEAR SIDES-IJ SJSiffi.
SUOAR-Cut loaf 7M87HC; iranulated CM& sUnd
ard A tiMc
ARTICLB3. Recelpta. Shipments.
Wieat 70JO 48X00
J.2r? lSf.0 255j)
J,rTIE2rS,WM,5r- Fanoy separator 2aer
. 2?20-., "" crearaery. aoSc. rood lsuc
SU Louis Produce.
St. Loots. Mo- Oct. 20.
tgher. Cab. 49Vfc. December 15c May
liausas city Prodnee.
Kansas Citv. Mo., Oct. 31
The Dally Indicator report.
FLOUR XX. 06a; XXX family tl fe choice
$1 40: fancy 1 7ft extra raaoy li s? f,?
It 10 2 1&. j-iii
WHEAT Steady, No. 5 hard cah and October
KWc Ud, a ankod. No. 2 red cash tttc bwTsitvc
cOIiN-Higher. No. 2 cash 4?K&50c,OotoborMiia
OATS-Steady. No. 2 cash 4CHcbiA,Uc asked.
RYE Higher. No 2 cash 60o hid, October 61c bid,
61c asked. .,,,. m .
BUTTER Firm. Creamery 1519c dairy 10
16. stoiepacked 3lla
HAY Very Arm for fancy, others weak. Fancy
prairie 9 00. trood to choice lb 60 6 02, timothy
fancy $ (W, choice "5a
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
THOB. C. WlMOK,
Jos. A. BBUBACHEK.
WILSON & BRUBACHER,
Attorneys at lair, 251 North Main street, "Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 1L dlOB-tl
W. P. Caupbcll. jA3. l. Drra.
Attorney at Law, Wlottlta, Kan. ItKtf
ll. C. SLCB3. W. E. STANLEY
SL USS C STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St, Second floor.
J. R. Hallowbll. J. E. Hume.
Late U.S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL & HUME.
Lawyer. 112 N. Main Street. Wichita. Kansas.
ROHRBA UGH E JIA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in the United SUtesand
Canada. 'o. 117 Main Su Wichita, Kansas.
Lawyer. Rooms 2. i and 6 203 N. Main et., Wichita,
John W. Adams. G. "W. adajis.
ADAMS & A BAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Office, tirst stairway cast of the
"Wichita National Bank. lltf-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. I).
SpeclaUles: Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting classes.
Office 127 N. Market street,
Israel fc Myers block.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
S31 East Douglas Ave.
Telephone No. 116.
Adjoining the Office.
BJR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dlseoaoea spreclalty. Home
for Ladlel. during confinement. Strictly nrlrate
vrbn so desired. Letters of Inquiry confidential
nd answered hnmedlatelr on receipt of muk.
Homo, 711 South Ida ave. Wichita Kan. 14S-tf
E. r. MUNSELL, M. J.
Medical and surgical dls
entes of Eye, Ear. Nose, and
Throat. Removal of facial
and other blemishes; and fit
OlUce and residence. 1200
South Emporia. C4-tf
lias opened offices over 126 North Main streot, Wich
ita, with the practice of general medicine and sur
gery Dr. Jennings will combine special work on tho
j-.ye. r.ar, oso una liiroau Also, mo proper ad
justment of classes. Offloe hours 8 to 11 a. m.: 3 to 5
p. m. residence;. H3 Lawro ace avenue. D-4i
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Ofllce hours P to 10 a. m.. 1 to 1 p. m. Sunday, 9 to
10X0.O. m. Kooiu 18. Keclihelmer Building.
3. i. pnuxirs. P. e. rniLLira.
ruiLLirs c bthllibs,
Orartuates of tho Chlcaco Veterinary College.
We nro prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including Dentistry. Canine and Cattlo
Practice. Hospital accommodations tor all patients
requiring bpeclal caroat fl per day. Penons wish
ing to purcli.f-1' i horse can iiae It examined aud a
wrtltlcateoriouiiilnessi iven for J5. In sunierywo
uv th latest di vices Including an operating tiiblo.
Calls by tcleplione, telegraph or mall will receive
pi ompt attention by day or nli;ht.
Ofllce. lit North I.awrence A-.nue. Offlcetele-
Shone No. 71. IteIdeiice C30 N. Topeka ave. Itesl
ence telephono .215. 123 tf
C. W. TERRYy
Architect and Superintendent.
Bitting block, Wichita, Kansas
Rooms 16 and
W. R. McFHERSON,
Archlteot. Room IS, No.
Wichita, K annua.
200 North Mala Street.
W. T. PKOUDPOOT. O. W. IUUU.
BROUDFOOT Q BIRD,
Arcliltects and Superintendents. Ofllce la Fch
A. J. AVPLEGATE.
Abstracter, Oonveynnoer & Notary Public.
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land In !edg ick county. Ofllce, Jut at right
or went entrance. Main .street. New Court House,
flit Goor. Prompt service guaranteed. ItC-tf
DR. E. II CREDITOR.
DenfivU Ofllce 141 N. Main over Smith & St ovor's.
Vlmllxednlr udmlnlstored. Residence 026 N. To
peka aeuuc, Wichita, Kansas. l'1-tf
D. W. SMITH,
Room 400 Sedgwick building. Wichita,
Full sets of teeth. J5. 13, and 1 10;
Gold Fillings, f 1. and up; Silver, 75e;
Extracting w'th cocaine, 50c Wo
BOYD'S DENT J L ROOMS,
DR. T. F, BOVn, Dlt. .T. A. HOLLENnEHGEB
113 East Douglas Avenue. 109-tf
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per annum. J131 Addres.
Sister superior. Sisters of Charity. B. V. M. 105-tt
REAL ESTATE AGEXTS
FltUU W. lsKAFL.
II. C Israel
Eeal Estate and Eents.
To buy Wichita city property or Sedgwick county
land at present prices mean large returns on your
money. Wichita, wtth her stock and other Indus
tries. Is Just in her lnfaucj. and buch bargains as we
can now offer were never offered before. All having
huslBe-sjin our line are invited to call or correspond.
The WUhiLi interests of non-residents properly
and faithfully cared tor. Office second floor 125
North Market, Israel Building. dOOtf
C A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal Estate Dealers,
Buy andsell Real Estate on ccnunisslon, collect
rents, have repairs made economically and remit
promptly. Correspondence solicited. Now is the
time to buy and lay the foundation for a fortune
1SS N. Main St. Ground Floor. Reference: All par
ti es far w horn we have done business, here or else
where. WASSAM, DAVIES cC ROOD
EEAL ESTATE AGEXTS
Largest list of city and Island property fo- sale.
Also the famou Alvin and Hitchcock fraK lands
tor saie. write tor information.
Office Moody building. Galveon. Texas.
MISS ANNIE C. REEL.
VOICE '. CULTURE AND PIANO.
Roc m Si Sedgwick Block. lib la
V. C. CAMPBELL.
J. O. DATTDBOW. PT89. c. a. walkx. V. P.
Joes- Derst. Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - A 500,000
BTOCKITD'RS' I1ABILTTT. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital ot any Bank In the State
Shippers of Live Stock can save "both
time and money fcy doing their
"business through tho
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BANK.
Arthur Faulkner, CasJiier
The Photographer. Pictures In all sizes and styles
He also carries the finest assortment of picture
frames In tho city. Give him a friendly call and
MIBSOCRI PACIFIC It. It.
Kansas City Express
St. Louis 31all and Express-...
Kansas City Express
Wlnfleldand Kiowa Express...
Kiowa Mixed. . . .
WICHITA AND COLOltAOO,
Colorado Mall and Express....
7:10 A ll
2A) l M
7-fi) 1 31
0:20 P M
8 45A M
2S0 I' M
9-40 P Jl
7-10 A M
1:15 P M
515 P M
7 10 A 11
...I 0.25 Pit
Depot Second and Wichita streets: ticket office 120
jortn Jiain street. e. e. iji.eckley,
Passensei and Ticket Agent.
TIlfE TABLE CHICAGO, ItOCK ISLAND & PACIFIC
("Great Rock Island Route.")
In effect on and after October 19. 1330.
Til a i. vs.
I AIIKIVK I LEAVE
GOING NOltTII AND EAST.
No. 2 Colorado Sorlna
Denver and Pacific Coast
8 50 AM
No. 2 Kansas City, St, Louis
and Chicago. Through
Mall and ex. ilallv
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
ana unicaeo nit'Qt. ex.
No. 62 Accommodation,
dally except Sunday-
No. 3 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. dally .. ..
No. 1 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chlcaco through mall
and ex. daily
No. CI Accommodation, dally
6 65 P I
2 n.',r M
Elesant reclining chair cars on all trjJns, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on night trains. Tickets
(-old and bazgago checked through to all points
north, south, east and uest, and steamship tickets
sold to all European points at lowest rates. City
ticket ofllce 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone 1.
C. A. UrTiiF.nFoar), Ticket Agent.
Jno. Sebastian. O. T. Jt P. A.. Chicago, 111.
&T. LOCIS A SAX FitANCP-rO It. H.
I AKKIVK I LEAVE
pavj (to Ells-
Going west, pass,
Going East, p:rssenger...
Going East, passenger. .
Going West to Ilurrton. .
City Union Ticket ofTice. 122 North Main street
and Union Depot. Douglas avenue.
M 1CU1TA A WEbTtltN It. K.
I a n in ve leave
Going Wen. pas.-,. (dally) i I 805 a m
43o!ng West, freight I j 3U0PU
Going East, pass I 725p.mi
Going Fast, freight ! 1035 a mI
D. H. Rhowe. Freight & Pasd. AgL 122 N. Main
Supt.. cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket ofllco 122 North Main strt, and at
t uion Depot. Douglas avenue, W. D. MUKDOCK.
AK-IllAON, TOPEKA 4 SANTA VE It. It.
TKA1VS. I AltltlVi: I LEWK
NOI1TII AND EAST.
Denverexpress ((IIpm 410pi
EaMern express 12S5PM 3240pm
Colorado and California ex
press 400 pm 410pi
Chicago express 160PM lOOPil
SOUTH AND WEST.
Oklahoma A Panhandle ex 740 am 740 am
Texas Express .... 4 0'iPMl 4 10PM
Caldwell Express- 700 PM 700 P M
(itv Lnlon Ticlnt olTlrn 1?' North Muln strwtaml
Union Depot, Dujla.s avenue.
CHI CA GO L UMBER
WUOLESAIL AND RETAIL
Corner First Street and Lawrence Avenue.
Chicago Yards. 35th and Iron streets. Chicago.
A. bmlth. c.aleman. Geo. L. Pratt, and Geo. W.
Cross. KcAident Partners.
Dr. J. E. Bennett
PILES. FISSURE-FISTULA and all d!-ase of
the rectum cured without tho use of the knife, liga
ture, caustics ordetentinn from business. No money
to le paid until patltul is curel.
Private Di'east-s tn both sexes speedily cured.
Call on or address
DR. J. E. BENNETT,
H6tf Wichita office 113 X Main St.
Yard, 541 "Wert Doujlaa.
Branch oflce 137 North Main. Telephone 192. dCJtt
In tho court of common pleas of Sedgwick county,
The Fourth Natlanal Bank, of "Wichita, Kansas.
The Journal Publishing Company, John Hoen
scheidt and Otto Zimmerman, Defendants.
By virtue of a Judgment rendered In the court of
common pleas, of sertgwlch county, Kansas, sitting
In and for f-edgwick county, Kansas. herein The
Fourth National Bank, of Wichita; Kansas. Is Plain
tiff, and tho Journal I'ublishing Company, John
Hoenscheldt and Otto Zeiniimrman are defendant?,
I will, on Friday the 31st day of October. A. D.. Iswl
at ten o'clock A. M.. at the Journal building. No, 125
South Main street, in the city of Wichita. Kansas
offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder
for cash In hand, all the right, title and Interest of
the defendants. The Journal P"bllshing Company,
in and to the following de-cribed personal property,
situated In tho county of Sedgwick, state of Kansas,
One paper folder, one steam engine and boiler and
line haft pulleys and hanger, one heating stove.
anu two mailers, mailing
pres room. tMtrtlt Ion r.i-
dlDnlnr nan: office rurnitim
suinds with racks, cabes with tvne. about 1.200 lba.
breMer and 4JI lbs nonpareil type, ln'poe.sg stones
with stands. 20 bras galleys, one galley rack, heat
ing tove, windlass, block and tackle, desk, table.
gas fixtures, column rules. cha.ses. tablt-s,etc and all
other articles In s.vd Journal building belonging
to The Journal Publishing Company.
Said personal property was attached as the prop
erty of defendants. I he Journal Pabllshing Com
pany, and will be told for cash to satisfy taid Judg
ment Wichita, Kansas. October l?th. a. D , 1SIX1.
dU2H. J. M. HI MPHREY. Receiver.
Three Through Train.
Two night, one morning, Kansas Citv to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 4J-tf
Night express for Kansas City. St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita at 9:40 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacific railway. ior tf
Take the Frisco flyer to St, Louis and
the east. It leaves Wichita at 235 p. m.
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at thi ollice.
Aderss the WicbituEAGLE, Wichita Kan.
Look before you leap.
Flyer to Su Louis.
Take the Frisco
Take stace at Wharton for Stillwater,
Billy Snyder, proprietor. d-ti tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for bale by
The Wichita Eagle,
d71 tf Wichita, Kansas.
Colorado short Hae, .Mtsottri Pacific
rallwav. through car service to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Dearer, Missouri
Pacific railway. dSStf
ELDRIDGE & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE-Bradstrat'a Report, Citizens' Bant. Kansas Natl Many
R. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
LITE : STOCK : COMISSION : MERCHANTS
FASHIONS 0E THE FALL.
WHAT THE ENSLAVERS OF MEN
ARE WEARING THIS AUTUMN.
Some Handsome Home Toilets Are Here
Pictured and Described, as Also Are
Keception Dresses for Matron and 3Iaid.
Other Matters of Interest to tho Fair Sex.
New York, Oct. 9. The little girl of the
nursery rhyme, with her little curl down
tators these days, for it is now the high
est style in hairdressing to have the hair
drawn up from the forehead quite high,
with one little loose curl hanging down
the middle of the forehead. The rest of
the hair can be dressed high in little
FALL HOME TOILETS.
puffs or in low catogan braids. For the
street the hair is usually braided in five
or six close plaits and fastened quite flat
to the back of the head, much after the
manner of foreign peasant women.
It is a neat mode, but only becoming
when worn with a bonnet or hat. For
home a more individual stylo is better
and more becoming, though one can fol
low the general fashion to a reasonable
extent and still retain a certain amount
Every day shows what beautiful new
gowns can be made from the rich and
elegant goods of this season. I saw to
day two dresses just imported which
aro everything most to be desired. One
was a satin gloss ladies' cloth in Quaker
drab, made princesse style, opening over
brown faille. The waist buttons to the
right shoulder, and down the opening is
a tine tracery of braid in brown. Brown
faille sleeves and pocket flaps and collar
ornament it, and in the back is fan
plaiting of faillo between tho gray
breadtlis. The same stylo can be made
in any becoming color.
The other dress was of indigo blue
cashmere of the finest quality, with
vest, sleeves and a V shaped panel of
corn colored faille. The whole waa
trimmed with the new escurial lace in
sertion in cream white. The shape of
this also is princesse, or as soi le call it
"sheath," on account of its fitting so
snugly. Garnet and pale blue, or brown
and tan, or ecru and moss green would
all bo handsome colors to combine, and
a black crystallette with cherry silk
would be a beautiful combination.
There aro some beautiful and quito
novel fringes shown for trimming woolen
dresses. They have double lines of little
round balls of wool matching the goods
in shade. They hang from a strip of
braid, the lower line four inches deep
and the other lino about three. They
are very effective when sewn around the
Dinners and receptions aro now at
hand, and I give two gowns, one for a
young girl and the other for a young
married lady. The dress for the singlo
one is short and of pale blue crepe de
chine. The back is princesse, with fan
drapery. Rows of white Spanish lace
are laid back to back, making a hand
some trimming from ehoulder to foot.
Feather trimming would be equally
pretty and no more costly.
The sleeves aro of ruby velvet, and
there are also several rows of the same
trimming the foot of the skirt, the front
of the corsage and the sleeves on the
forearm. The front is gathered beneath
a large cairngori stone. These ara
RECEPTION DRES5EE rOR 5IATRON AND MAID.
quite in vogae as a meAns of gathering
drapery on dinner and reception dresses.
Nan's veiling is a pretty substitute for
the more expensive crepe de chine, and
pale blue cashmere would also be very
The dress for the young lady who has
become one of the matrons so recently
is made of piak glace silk and black vel
vet- The style is the most pronounced
sheath, and the sices are of velvet richly '
embroidered in Persian patterns in rilk
and gold. The silk is all laid in ac
cordeoa plaitings. The pretty double
ru of crete lisse is very becoming.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorial
wWm fell i
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The following rates under tho different headings
Frill be charged.
3tyPayable Strictly in Atlrance.
No adTertcsements taken for torn than 10 cents.
One Una adrertlSazasaU chatted same rate as two
SOADVTWTI9CCNTSTAEN TORE UN
Prices (rtrsn unoer claj!fifr3 heads In this column
applicable caly to local adrertUemssu. No f orelcu
adrernxtaosts tAXen at prices glrca. ,
Anrwars to adterUsemesU sent in care of the,
EjLCJLE ofica shoold be oalloft for Whin 10 days
aftcrlasenlon. When adrerLiers wlah replys Tor
warded to then ftaajea enrelopes murt be feot.
Reference to fertaer dvenleement!i?shecld give
description and fiats f Insertion or copVof the ad
rsrttsenect should ho sent.
Kpt responsible far adrertl?ements elren or dls
cofltSraed by telephoae.
WANTED FEMALE HELB.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
VXTANTED AT ONCE GIKL TO DO LIOHT
Tf housework at 52 S. Water at. 133-tf
WANTED A FIRST CLASS GIRL CAN GET
a cood placo by calllicg at UO N. Lnwrence
ave. None other need apply. Mrs. 3L J. Oliver.
W"ANTED-A GOOD GlRL TO DO GENERAL
t house wort. 31 ust be a cood cook and furnish
referenoj. White ulrl preferred.
Apply at Ili
.-,. .cmporia ave.
WANTKD-AN" EXPERIENCED DINING
hoy ana laundry girl at once at 2S7 N. Markat
WANTED-A HIRE) GIRL IN A SMALL
family. Steady work to a good girl. Apply
at oQ5 Syramore htreet, west side. dlSTG
VANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
tV work in a small family. Apply room 305,
Carey note!, dUC 3t
WANTED - GOOD GIRL FOR OENERAL
V housework; small family: German preferred.
Address R. Y. C care Eagle ofllce. dlSl Ct
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at Champion's book store.
Mi seel I a neo us.
WANTED-A LADY SOLICITOR. WIcniTA
Printing Co.. SRC DouclaMAve. dlffitif
WANTED-INDUSTRIOU5 J'ADY OOER 23
with practical business education who
desires to learn a business and to rise In it. No
no other need apply. Good salary. Address B. B
care of .hagle. dhtl tf
WANTED-A YOUNG GIRL AS APPENTICE
to drcssmakiuK trade. Call at once at
Misses Biggie & Meier. 333 North Market street.
-YTTA.NTED-A WOMAN TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
V housekeepinB a 11 companion: a eood homo
for some one; relerences royulretl. Mrs. A. H. Mer
rill, at the residence of Mr. uak Davidson, Riverside.
Under this head 1c per line per day.
TANTED-PLACE TO WORK FOR BOARD
it and (la week and ko to school neur at ademy
Address O. C. Eagle ofllce. d LB---"
TO DO COOKING
and housework lu a private family. Host of
Call at St5 S. Main St. uli-2i
WANTED-A SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
by a iulddle-ai:ed woman, lu a small fam
ily, city or couutry. widower's family preferred.
Ad-iss A. B.. Easle ofllce. dlSi It
UrANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED SALES
LADIES at E. J. Foster's. Zia t Douglas.
lViNTtl) - COMPETENT "bTENOG RA PHER
t desires employmtnt lu law ofllce from ll a. m.
to 1 p.m.. uaiiy. rour tears ejpenen
RcmlnRton. Address Miss it, Eagle orhce.
I nder this Head ic per line per day.
WANTED MALE HELB.
Lnuer thU head -c per line per day.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
W-ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN
V tor notion department. Munson &z McNamara.
Miscealla n eo us.
SIT UA TI OS S-MALE.
Liidw this head lc per Use per day.
I nder this htad a. ir iiut per day.
A GENTS WANTED.
Under this head 2c per line per day.
CtANVAfeatRS WANTED AT THE SINGER
Sewins Machine ofllce. Liberal IttdBoroenU.
IVANTED-IMMEDIATELY HELP TO WORK
1 V at Uovy's Restaurant, lis W. Douglas Ave.
WANTED AQENTb-IN ENEKY CITY. TOWN
and Milage in the Celled beaten teacept la
stale o( hansai to take subscriptions. I'esliaaMers
can make mosey. No capital Jequired. Sara pi
copies free. Cash commissions, money can be utAa
bj tetliog up ilum. AUuieu the Wichita bazfo,
WArbJta, Kan. 71-tf
ANTED MISCELLAX EO US'
n-ANTED-LADIE& TO KNOW THAT THEY
l can ct the celtbrated Olive Branch Med.cin
at 4U N. I tflh av. Mrs. i-llen Cobb, general ajruit.
J ANTED-OOOD MAN WITH SMALL FAM
T ily to take cbarze of stock fans sear Wich
ita. Addre&s wtth reference. I'. O. box SB.
"YVT ANTED THOSE WHO DESIRE H1H SEK-
T vjcea to address, by card or tetepbone, J. L.
Sheld on. ptano tuner, at the Manhattan bcrtl.
ANTED A FEW MORE OOOD MEN TO PUT
p and sett the AtcmaUt bafetr Laias
Bracket. The best thine osi. seUs at lt. OtXAl
pay to the rzht parties. Small eapKal rrruifrl.
r.efereoie exchanged. Cailoraddreaa J. Baalck.
Til ta Dotwlas ave. dlJUof
WANTD-1XD8 LIVE TAME PIGEONS. DE
iivered at Siaacer A W UiiAa ina More be
fore October :
IXt Lat DotuUs avane.
"W-"rED-TO RENT J BOOMS OF MY REM-
1 decce to a No. 1 tenant Hi chtMres. aUo
two woil furnished rood Miltabie for . r two
entlemcn- laQslrtal IS North Topeka av.
"rA NTED YOU TO KNOW WK CAKJtY A
1 fail aeortsest of Sae In- Teat, fur af ai
the low ot price. Depanaeat "Acre, s& ta oak.
T'l'ANTED-EVER'iBOBYTO KNOW THAT I
1 1 n back from Mexico aad at say Oc, No
lr.Sitz. physicaa a4 Mir.
TTT ANTED-YOr TO CALL AND riND OCT
V what we keep aad aew low it prices at the
D?artBal Sre. 3B lt Vt. CS tc
tl'ANTED-YOC TO KNOW YOC TAX BCT
ibe roietoratdi Bataet Bakar Powder at Wat
kte's Deparuaral stare. 3fl Etoak. ZS C
Vt'ANTED-A OCD SBCOSD-HAXD SCKXBY
cheap lor cash. A- A. Hyda. m Mam Mtrt
Tr ANTED-YOC TO KNOW TOC CAN HUT
bry 0oda. NCons. :- Qr$twj. Gkus-
wp Ttawafv -jjSnr-TT. r fiHi Twr. C
rr.rscutatwr - yrttos t Watii. De
ANTED-YOC TO KNOW TOC CAjf JAV
ser f bBlC J hieo aiCw D-warv
sect store, JC3 East Oax.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
TTATED-CLERKS. BOOKKEEPERS. STE.V-
oeTuphers and telegraph orerators. or cthej
persons who wlh to become thoroughly competent
In tho aboTe branches, to call at tho southwestern
Business college, corner Dousl&s and Topeka are
nnes, Wichita, Kan. iStr
ruder this head Zc per line per day.
FOR EXC1IANOE-S) OR ltB ACRES OF GOOD
land near Leon, la Butler coostr. Kan., for
cattle; will pat In onie money on a sood deal A. S.
Nelson. Wichita. Kan. d!Z-
Under this head Je pr line per day.
H'OR SALE-A " FEW CHOICE WyInDOT
A cockerels for sale at lTtfX.Martet St.
OR SALE CHEAP-ONE FIRST CLASS PAS-
seneer ticket to Loalsvllle. Kv.. via. of Kansas
City and St. Louts. Address Ticket" care Eale
POR SALE-TWO POOL AND ONE BILLIARD
A? table with complete fixtures. Poor health,
cr.eap for cash; one-half down: good as new. I. W
170R SALE OR TRADE-ONE BLOWER. VICE,
JD two stock' and dies', small tools. Addi-cos.
Cba. L. McDanlel. N orth WIchlta: 1.
FOR SALE-THE FIXTURES. STOVE AND
safe of the J N. Talmadge JC Co.s store, by E.
J Foster. 2H Donsla ave. dK-tr
TTIOR SALE-FEEDING STEERS. ONE
JL. di ed head of 3 year-old native feeder.
and fllne. at our slock farm, 6 miles south ot Ganten
1'iain. Come and see themorddresat Oarden
Plain, Kansas WINDsOIl BKOTHl.KS.
FOR SALE I -I HAVE 60RTLOTJ.ON CLEVE
1.1 nd avenue, near Douglass avtnue, for sale
cheap for cash.
l! C J B. PETERRS. walnut Rl dee. Ark.
TL?OR SALE ONE FIRST-CLASS PASbENGKR
JJ ticket. Wichita to Toledo. Ohio, via Root
Island and Wabash Ry Call at Peerless stove Co's
corner Oak and Lawrence. ISM ?t.
OR SALE-GROCERIES AND FIXTURE
Apply atSUNortn Main. dUtSt
packing houe. Jlarco rootn,G0 ft. eaat front,
l'rice tot D. W. McCALLA. Hi) orth Main.
I7OR SALE-TWENTY-ACRE FIU'IT FARM.
: six miles south ot city. Also a nice homeoa
south Market street, cloe to business; new three
roomed houe, good dry cellar, etc Price oaly Jfll
D. W. JlcCalla. U0 North Main. dUIX
rOR"1 SALE"THHtEROOMED HOUK. 55
feet front, two bioeks from new court house
Price only ?5S0. Also several fine resMencta tn
north part ot city at ruinous low figures. U. W.
McC'alla. U0 North Main. dlSl
17OR SALE .STOVEPIPE AT WHOLESALE.
Rife & Co 1H1 E Douglas are, dlSO-El
T?OR 5ALE - A"LOT OF SECOND" HAND
J? butcher tools. Bosch & G rover, 3Z1 North Mmu
27IOR SALE OR TRADE-FOK WICHITA PROl
? erty. to eastern farms, KO acres, Adttress
mWKNTY-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED. AT
X thbt ollice. old papers suitable for packing put-
line under carpels, etc.
FOR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND
writers' note books, blank receipts and nota
books and legal blanks ot erery kind. Mall orders
promptly attended to. CaU on or apdreas the Wkh
ta Law-lf. U lchila, Kan. Htf-tf
370R hALL-A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPU
" map orthedtyofAVichlta, elves namuof streets'
public building's, 'ollegcs, parks, etc.. size 12xl& on
linen luper. price b cents ach. & lor 10 cents. 34
cents a uuzcu. Address the WlchlU Eal. WlcUltt,
T,lOR Sale-DEKD. SIORTGAOES AND Ai.L
Jj kinds of legal blanks; blank receipt books, nolo
books, etc., at the Wtchlts. batlo onitc. Urders by
u.all promptly attended to. dlw-tt
ART AND MUSIC.
fRS. EDWARD P. HOVBY, VOCAL TEACH
jjJL cr. For terms call at HXi Rlvervlew avenue.
7 OST - LACE HANDKERCHIEF ON UAKI
JU street between hmporla ave. and LlvlBgsen' !
Krocery. under win u rewarded by leavim; mh
nt 713 North Emporia uve.
I. tsiel ! iiraj.rr 1
LOST-CHECK ON WICHITA NATIONAL llA.NK
for I5.U1, pajab.e to and sicurd by Dudley 11.
iilue; pa meut has been stopped. d J3fe-U
I OST-AT1HE FAIR GROUNDS THURSDAY
Lj allvruoon. a lady's cold wuu.li wrltli but ckMta.
Under will please leave tamo at EuIc oniee uad Ut
rew arded. KM tf
Under this head 3c per Una per day.
STRAYED-A BAY MARK WITH A RBD WEB
halter on. The Under will please return mibio
to 1551 Falrtew ave. and reioie reward. dlSU-tf
Under thla head Jc per line nor day.
TAKEN UP AT THE CITY HOSPITAL. ONK
fat brindle heifer about 4 years kl, han on
lenther baiter, ownorcan pay ceU aud lake prop
erty. City Hospital, Cor luth and lib. 1 1 !.'-(-
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
1 nder thi" bend 'A per ilur per day.
FOR RENT Hoaxes.
1 iider this liea U X per linn per day.
r FOR IlhM ' I "HKAP." N I N t ROOM kIo HOUsk!
t--!' almoat new, cloe In, ti South Lawrencu av.
SrFOR RfcNT- "VuRNIxHED HOUSli 131
ja North Topeka ave; t) lwuu, telUr. k.', hath,
KtMi barn. Conl nouso, etc tiUMl
ajni FOR RENT-O'JOD ( ROOM COTTAOB WITH
Bht! Mnall barn, 16 per moutb. A. A.llyda.
WFOR RENT-AN ELEVKN-ROOM IIW'SE.
fc''l nl.rl furnlWicd thrrfbwit, sttabi lor
kwpinc Uwrder. wliblH two bl:k of DudStaa ave.
rent very returnable Wa reatiKioelble party, Alu a
six room cotrae on Oft. S. vary detrfraM. cUttm ia.
Inuulre at U' .v Lawreoc. lUlt
FOR RENT Rooms.
Inder this head 3c per llaepordar.
17 OR RENT-ITRVISHED ROOMS AT 4B
JL North Lawrence, with sood board coovu
ltnt Gentlemen preferred. I l
UOR HKNT-SU1T OK ROOMS FURNIbMCD
JT or unfurnished, tuttabte lor man mm! wlfa,
or two ladles, or two a eii lienors. KqMr at fl
North TopkaAe. IS
RENT-SICKLY FURNISHID MOOHS
at r North Lb porta Ave. UM
"POR RENT - TWO NltKLY FUR.VLSHKD
J. rooms, with fire, at 1 N'orth Topeka ae.
KeBt, six and five dollars per mouth. dHt-61
"nORKKNTNICELY KUKNlf-HEf) MOOMM.
X itnele or en auUr, with k'ood table boral SU
North Market. 4ISM
LTORhr.NT-A VERY DESIBAliLE
D d room, vt JW North f.jBporta.
FOR RENT Farm Properly.
In4er this bad c pM lle por day.
Tnder ltd td e pr llae per day.
IPORTRADK-A CMJODhfcT or SINOUC flAll-
- for n Abbott Perry rwd tart or UK a
bea ry winter carriage rota. aM(mm Hn mt
Kaei b2ce. IT. W
G OODS OF ANY DLW KIPTIO hTOHED AT
r reai abta rale. lanolzeU. t& North Male.
rietcaer Hrwt. t 3."
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Un4r tkta k4 Je pr ttae pr day.
Cnd" tW head 3e pr Ha per a.
T OANSON ALL (t.AMMtl OF BCCITT AT
XJ reaottjbt-i ruum hoorabt trttaeM (tvea
ib4 i(ru4 is rn Cue. 1 h lUisxiU 1 rMt Cw
ttuciks baa baliAisr. die tf
f ONLY TO LOAX-WK JfAKK SHORT TIME
.M )& oo aU aa4 aU gbui MraraUea.
UUtkweKtr A Hoibrovk. iAorwet tout.
ONET TO LOAN-WE WO.L LOAN TOC
tsobT on ioac or tfcott ttea m tarau or city
property aio ex. aorvr. uttX rraia. fHUl
gooaa ew. Jt A Harder. 2U asd 2M a44cwte
-TTURNITrXE IX)AX. CaTTI.E LOAN-MOK-X
ey ioaaed oa .han' rverytag t J T Lm&
lam. te ataCbtd't crcry. torter first aad KatSL
O HORCL MCCtttM
!! cotti. aa. bsteod rwrsM. rc Jte
Lomu. If va waa a izz.li jmmm el tr
ckza aad e tu. W. T. Xu U CJ Nth Mala
Ua4r UH Vd J trtunt pr aay
1 f WILL KE WORTH t TO KVEJtY OLD
t at vacant let WI X. Jiai st. U . aid OkA.
T ADlfc AND
ETESYBOt'T ELE EK-r
JonttocOl at i SON, Vutit. at
DR. LE DTC-S rotlODJCAL MLUk THK
Erea Free rsav. lry tM mm.
nrmi rjrw aaf s-tmnfttr eare ' mmmt taw
rra- v arrai wvsmki
Aiks Pu '" y yiisfinfi.
MCaat Lwsi. Wseaaaa, Eac kw wile iali'
WATXRrT school or suorrLtyp
M. C A. tmtt4e. TfcR- emmuaf. TW
wan i.t&t . 2. Wa'
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
POR STOVE REPAIRS GO TO PEER&ES3
Store CoX corner Oak and Lawrence
THOSE HAVING VACAKT LOTS OK NORTH
Mde or desirable Improved propertr will da
well to lea re lowest cash price oa same wjd Israel
Bros IS North Market street. diS-tr
ORDERS FOR UNION SUITS, UNDERWEAR.
Yps.lantl and other makes. At off E. Douglas
ave. Home after 3 p.m. Miss Grant. Agent.
"We have for sale at this office a sectional
map of what is known as tho Cherokea
outlet, together with a map of Indian ter
ritory, Oklahoma and all the Indian reser
vation 32x27, on paper $1.50, printed on
cloth $2.50. ia)-tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St, Louis. Trj it. SO tf
Aro you pomgwest? Are you coins
east? If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rate
to all points. City ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Alain street.
If you have a railroad ticket to sell or
want to buy a cheap ticket to any part of
the country, don't lail to call on V. II.
Baker, the ticket broker. Ollice in Man
hattan hotel. RStf
Three hours the quickest to St Louis
Missouri Pucific railway. Hi t
HE VOICE OF FAITH.
Tin best we hctUd not know
The paths our wary feat must ko.
Our father knowta (hiA
ITos veiled the fnture from our aailous tight.
The wished for marrow ccaetb after night,
An) after sorrown-JhlUs.
TIs alfriit that ushers in the day,
Tfe dearth that taki our cam away.
Hai Riven s on erth our barren years
Our heartaches, htwh grlefn aad tears.
And after tows dUm.
What if the form H keat, the hr In jrray.
WhiW jaatk aad beauty qulekly flu away!
God kMtwetlt bwtt.
Tho noul trrm out Its earthly nitons hart
Vf apvrd Mwr abovti the radiant stars,
Forever Us at reat.
What a 3Ian Expects In TVIfe.
A man who is a post, a writer, an artist,
t doctor, is merged in the profession he
choos: a woman is a woQian still, whether
she writ or sketch or ha the nation.
And liecause shu is a woman aha must lw
winsome and womanly nud dainty. Sho
can't nUord to wear shabby gowns or mussy
rxnnets, nnd if sho would keep her hus
band's lore idle uinst sever let him rvnllrn
that ?he is tmporior to him hi lutellrct or
power. It i irritating mther than restful
to a man to live with one whu is continually
in advance of him.
Men smile at woman's ways, as they call
them, but they are disappointed if thn
woman hasn't ways to amuse them. Aud
that woman is more tenderly jrgarded who
can make a tired m4n forgot his vexations
by tho way she jrretta him vhen he comes
homo at night, by the way sho has twisted
hor hair, by the war she sits and stand
and walks in womanly irace, by the pretty
ilpfiwnr With tvlilh S lintent ta lil nr.
. ... . .,i,, ., u. .,1
Pianstion of something she Knows al.
alKltt. br hor uniUWDlWlt at the Storr ho
know she h.wtoId twenty Ave timnft before,
and she knows hn has bold twice as many.
bv the very cajolery witii whieh she coaxes
him into come new extravnance, than i
the smart woman who has written a
trelifee on tlieonophy and forgotten to curl
hor hang. ftew "i ork Sun.
Generalisations upon t domestic fel!o
Ity or infelicity of lltornry women are ut-te-i
wortbirH. Peoploin married lifaara
n t happy Hcconiint; aa they ue or do not
. fv-n, lituc'onllnjfa they show them
's capable of pra-tiinc the leaacrcharl
r -if life. If u woman tmddenly takes to
I" a tu re without any real boat in that
e-t ion her husband ' likely to show hira--If
Ha anxlou as a wife who find that her
1. island, who lnn beex. a aoldlar all his life,
's detrmiaed to inwome a stockbroker. In
r-ihes, however, where a woman make lit
erature a nueemtful voaation. and at tho
nie time down not neglect the work hn
tacitly undertook to perform when bo
married, thn notion that ho risk her hap
pinran thereby 11 absurd. Provided aba
doe not overwork herself, the writing of
Itnok will, in Ittelf, no more brinfr tinhap.
pine4 than it will felicity. London Spec
A Girl' Training.
That portion uf her Jtfo which a Rlrl
"pentis In her first home la incomplete and
almost nfoloMH utihtss it include u thorough
ami Dyatsunatlc training for the future. Tho
nrnhahfttti'- are that nhe will be a wife awl
amrvtbrr one day, aad her cdueattoa must
br jndiduly directed to that end. YC
tl -r are many o' our fltU wh, if they do
n 4 remain Mti.;. I tliHr JIvbh. are In Utah
Mntf wbn the ol'i h-ni' ta broken p, and
ther find fhemIv a'tinr is a werid in
whi- h they mnat tm;Je (w a livrtlbemL
A rirl'x traininif, then, must include alo
a preparation for tinaf ioibiHty, ntnl thu
Mfna conr in to give ail ur Klrla a fair
chanco f malntainiaK thrnlTfB if adver
iy ororukea thttn. It ii well W the par
ants are abt" t leave tbeircbiidren laaein
fort and iod'p-odenv. yet rloh have bstt
known te tak to tbnMIvM wings and fly
away. Hall's Journal,
Kleetrielty In tbf Kitchen.
Elwotncally bMtnl flaUrosa avi orr
made which are vry vrrkaMa. Th
flatimn is of the waual farm, bt4 mado
hollow Th- interior ertais a let of
ooiWI wire, tbrottgh which the eteetrfcal
carreat pait and heath the wirm thI hot,
Tb latur are arranged between prtt
iaj; ikeeta of mka and aateito. Yob tar a
a (twitch, and the fl;iron at esc beata np
re4y for a". The trct wrr pply tb
eisctri'- current. In the mb way alt kind
of dotaratlr atenuls way be beaUs-J. well
ai cake bakers, meat broiler, enttrm pot,
ete. Rlxtrieal piattera hr kooplaa; food
warm when on the tabl may be bad. )
trieal beAtr fr waroita apartment am
atao made'. There is iadd ao ad U t
nvifnl appilaaee of wire and Ictrilty
2ew OrlesuM Pieaytje.
Aa Influential VTmtnmn.
FraaMB leteno Laso U alJ to h era'
of th axMt ioflaentiaJ wot ta Geraaay
at the preat Us &at w a lecUfrmr aad
eaMtytit. with a remarkable powtr af oriU
oal ana j sis and orizi&altty of tkwigh.
Twenty year age & went to JSerlta to
make that CK7 hr pnnan'at batae. 8bs
tru called to the prlaaipaialttp of a trara
Icr school for taker. a&d by br effort!
in briajrtaic a ptHP3 befora tie Praiilaa
boce ot 4e-patlt h naateriatly raid taa
ataadard f dteattcb far waaiea. Boston
Tis prrat him ha tai tcrt at
far rcoard braakla la rtoj hraaak of
sparv Tb warid'a aaiatewr tvmrA far
af, ttmp and Jaa. ft. &X ta-. rwteatiy
taad by Iirry M. Jrwett, eaoie4 btti a
few Ujt Hi". Sr ea &pC M . B. Cu
siry mnetxA U lu 1. ta. at BiMtm.
H s rprS4 taat VTUUssa Snzlafi. tb
rttverta fcttlharrfaot, will xpaia nfstnr Oxm arfr-
fn.4r-ial lt. aad taA part la itoommm't
ptnpjMA oaa4a carmo mtnr kv a
H. Pstmoi, of ?at!dtssas. Hazfaati, r
vxtfy aeJlvJ sia to 3a. Sia, .
a ftMtyrfe. aad u ssftea la fc4 2
lt. K taad a MHiasatta Ural kV .
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