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Ipe tBKic&ite Jpailij &qU:- Sfrfcfag ptoimrg, (Mxrtje 24 1890
Ttoceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during the past 24 hours
495 Cattle, 1,588 Hogs, 55 horses and
mules. Shipments 64 Cattle, 141
Hogs, 55 horses and mules.
The cattle receipts were fair today.
There was not so much demand for cattle
today as there has been for the past week.
The offerings were fairly good and were
closed out at fair prices. Good butcher
stuff selling readily at fair prices. The
market was steady aud unchanged. There
were a good many Texas cattle on the
market but none were weighed, before
The hog receipts were good, reaching
nlmobt 1.600. The quality of the hogs was
better than last week. The packers were
the strongest buyers. Armour bought the
bulk of the hogs today at 3. 80 to 13.85.
The highest price today, S3.87K. was paid
by Dold. Shippers took very few hogs to
day as the packers kept the price up out of
their reach. A little stuff was forwarded
in first hands. The market was active and
D cents lower, closing 5 cents lower.
WIOHITA LIVE ST00K MAEKEE
Wichita, Katu Oct. 23.
The supply" of cattlo was fully equal to the de
mand today. Jlarfcet fcteady at yesterday's quota
tions, Satire dhlpplng steers. booA to extra.. .f3 23 Q.I 03
Good to extra native butcher bteerfe, 1CXW&
12X)lb 2 60 G.2 75
Native feeding steers 2 25 ai 05
Native Mockere 175 2 70
Choice cows and hrlfnrs - 175 (2.2(1)
Fairtoirood cows and heifers 125 0175
Bulls and fctaK 125 (SI 75
latyearlliiK 1 2 50
fioodycarllngM ,.. 175 G2 00
GrartH cows 1 35 fitl 50
tanners - 1 HJ 3110
1'oorer trades and scalla wags 50 Co.1 tiO
eal calves, per bead 4 50 (47 00
Texas Mts, good to extra 2 50 (A'i 75
1 ems hteors fair 2 20 6.2 45
Ttxus cows 125 Oil 70
Following are the representaUTe aales of cattle at
tbt stock yards today:
"o. Description. Av'cm. Price.
2 Feeding steers 1100 2 .
1 Fecdlngstecr Kl 2 25
4 Stockers (W0 2 40
a Mockers tftj 2 30
1 Stookers 570 2 35
1 Stocker KJ0 1 15
li Cows MB 1 :o
in oows bv, 170
2 Cows 11(55 175
2 Cotb 1120 150
2 Cows RVi 1 25
1 Cow 1110 1 R5
1 Conner 11M) 10
1 Cfimier. '.'') !0
1 Canner 7SI !0
1 Bull KM) 1 55
1 Bull M0 125
1 Bull.. 1210 l.-fl
3 SUgs SB 2 00
The receipts of hogs today wero pood. The qual
ify was Foino better than a few days back. Market
active and fie lower.
The following are the representative sales of hogs
lit the yardh today:
PIGS AMI LIGHT.",
Rood mntton Mifp. WVsjlOO
f ood M'h V ew ex. 'bSO
tiood htoe' wethers. 75&S5 ,
4ood to extra laiubu
...3 5W (O
...2 5043 5g
...8 lti3 50
...4 (J0i 50
Hogs 5 cents lower today.
Nearly 1,000 hogs on tho market.
The demand for cattle was weak today.
A good mauy Texas cattle on the mar
L. W. Baird, Mt Hope, was at the
yards today looking tip the condition of
the market preparatory to a trial bhip
ment. Philo Hunter, Elbing, camo in with a
load of hog:-.
Crawford & Masters, Garden Plains, had
hogs on the market.
J. G. Sutcliff, Belle Plaine, marketed a
load of hogs.
J. Fowler, Conway Springs, had hogs on
J. AV. Lawson, Freeport, had a load of
Iiogs in today.
X. S. Priwt, Medicine Lodge, sent in a
loud of hogs.
G. B. Goodrich. Springdale, had two
loads of cattle aud two of hogs in today.
J. E. Cooley, Hose Hill, brought in a load
of hogs and one of cattle today.
E. W. Houser, Crystal, had hogs on the
C. S. Jobes. Attica, sent in a load of
R. S Lees, Attica, marketed a load of
J. M. Peterson, Sharon, had hogs on
W. A. Garland, Medicine Lodge, had
two enr- of cattle on todaj's market.
Giank Forda, Armarillo, Tex., had cat
tle at tho yards today.
J. Wilcox, "Walton, had hogs aud cattlo
Capt. J. Neal & Sons, Pratt, sont in a
load of hogs today.
S. H. Gammon, Augusta, had two loads
of hogs at tho yards today.
I W. T. Hall, Mt, Hope, had -a load of
hogs on tho market,
William Mcluttrick, Augusta, had
hous in today.
Ed. Woidleiu, Augusta, had hogs and
cattlo in today.
The hog buyers today were: Bold 353,
Steck 122, Armour S57,TInnks 75,Mexico e6.
LIVE STOPS MAEKEE
";t. Lort. Mo.. Oct. 2S.-CATTLE. Receipts.
KlKh shlpmeitto 1700. Market steady. Natives
, S0S4 '.O; KtoeVers aud feeders tl UX5 10: Texan
and Indian f! ?.3 ,T5. HOGS-Receipts (UB,
llipment 3W1 Market easier. Heavy 4 'JiXS4 30.
in xed M KX44 3lX bllEKP-ltecolpth 1400. shlp
jtients eXO. Markot strong. Good to choice $4 (Ws
Kansas Citt. Mo.. Oct. 28-CATTLE-HeceIpts
KM, shipment ,-WH). Market dull &310o lower.
Meers M 26t 85. co-s tl J0C2 .W stock-
.. and icedent J2 Mi. 20. range Kteers t2 ax2 70,
range consul 0I 75. HOaS-Fcelpts 14370. bhip
luents XSK Market 10c lower. Bulk $3K3
4 a: all cmde". 2 75uJt 10. SHEEP R-elnt life
F!iSl)ment'.2ai Market 510c higher. Lninbh W8CVi4 85
good to choice muttons f 4 04 Sj; Mockers aud
lecders f2 55(24 75.
Chjcaoo. III.. Oct. 23. The Drovers' Journal,
reports CAT! LE-Hecelpt. 1G.0DU shlimients 5uia
Mnrket steady. Steers SS 255 25. Texans 2 2.VA
5 :&. rangers S 0(U8 30. HOl-IS-HecelIt Sf.aO.
shipments 10.(OX Market actli. low er Rough aud
tvmmon fiSVjtift), best mixed 4iUJ4 20, prime
heavy nl butchers' eights 4 lf.o.4 .V, light 4 u)
f-a. MIKEP-Reoeipts S.UJ0, fchipment . 3Iar-
??tn.v?,,u2(1.to lo,T,,r XaUe4 H tOt4 75. westerns
4 Otet4 6u Texans 3 354 05. Urabs 4 55 5 75.
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita. Kn Oct. 2S
The supply of wheat was good. Market dosed
Following are the closing quotntloiis oa grata:
GRAIN Car let on tracr;
WHEAT-No 2 87c. No 2 hard 61a No J $3ft No
')KN-NoSorbeurasiBc. white 40c. new corn
h YK No a. or better 75c
HA Y$l lAmi iti per ton In car lots.
UROUND CORN-Chop In car ku, S5c per lWlbi
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPH.
w York Money.
Xkw Y-oiie. Oct. 2.
Sfnney on call easy ranging from JtoTperccnt,
. loaa & closed oflered at S per ccal.
No Dock Av. Price.
16 120 22(5 3 87i
17 .... 24 S 85
22 80 25S 3 85
44 .... 217 3h5
C2 120 211 8 85
41 .... 215 S85
40 80 341 3 86
120 230 3,K
(i HI 215 3 Si
ta 40 247 3 8f.
70 80 a 3 85
70 40 234 3 85
n 2l)0 21 8t
11 lnD r 8 8)
5 Hi 414 3 85
n .SO Xft 8 85
43 ISO 217 3 80
77 1U) 247 8 80
U) 40 Sr 330
fid 120 201 3 80
18 .... 21.1 3 SO
4 .... 872 3 8!J
3 .... 3S0 3 80
4 .... 4CT 3 80 I
6 80 3SS 3 8J
rrlme mercantile paper 5W8.
"Sterling exchange quiet nut 6tronr at Ji 61J
for CO daj bills udtibi for demand.
Chlcacu Grain anil Produce.
Chicaoo. 111.. Oct. 23. Wheat-rAcilvB but gen
Corn Actlre but weak.
Oats Dull and weaker.
Pork Active but weak and lower.
Lard More active but easy.
Short ribs Easier.
The leading futures closed as follows
WHEAT-October fl 01H. Decemlter $1 0 May
flOS. , ,
CORN JCtonera)?tc; jovemner aoc, mrjmhc
OATS October 42c, December 42?.fc, Hay tSJic
I'OUK December 10 40, January $1
LARD December f6 42, January (5 GO, May? 00.
SUOAK Cut loaf "H&ihci LTanulated ejfc stand
CaMi quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Winter patent U S05 03; spring patent
4 OVji.". 05: bakers $3 0033 75.
WHEAT No -i. spring and red, 1 0131 01H-CORN'-.Vo.2,50ic.
TIMOTHY Prime I 2V21 25.
PORK-Cai-li 110 io.in ax
LARD-Cash 16 50.ti 3
SHORT KIHS-Cash S 0.
SHOULDERS Dry salted $5 62V5 T5.
SHORT CLEAR fc'lDES-o S0a UQ.
articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat G3.HX) 75,000
Com MI.ttM 353,(W
Oats 1C4.00-I 13-i.UiO
" BUTTER Masier. Extra Creamery. 2223c, extra
firsts lfts.21c flrM Ii5.17c. extra diary la-fJc, extra
llrsta dairy 175.17c, firsts 1315c
liansas city Produce.
Kansas Cirr. Mo., OcL 23.
The Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX. 6.5c; XXX 75c; family tl ai; choice
f 1 4(h fancy ?1 70; extra fancy tl bOiSl 85- patent
-i im 2 15.
WHEAT Steady. Xo. 2 hard cash and October
83c bid. No. 2 red cash 93J4C bid,
CORN Weak and lower. No. 2 cash 49&c bid.
OATS Steady. No. 2 cash and October 4UJc
RYE Steady. No 2 cash and October 01c bid,
BUTTER-lr inner. Creamery loa21c dairy
12217. siorepacked a12c.
EGOS Firm at 10c
HA Y Stronger aud higher. Fancy prairie $9 00.
good to choice G 50S7 00. timothy S 003'J 50.
St. Ijomh Prod nee.
St. Loot. Mo.. Oct. 23.
WHEAT lower. Cash 04ft$l 00, November 92Mc,
December tl OIH. May Jl 07H-
CORN Lower. Cash 4ic October 4Sc, Decem
ber 4Si)6c, May 51Kc bid.
OAT.i Lower. Cash nominal. May 45JXc
PORK Steady. Jobbing U 00.
LARD Steady. Butcher grades J6 1ifSA 15.
WHISKY Steady at 1 IS,
ATTOBNEYS AT LAW.
Thob. C. WlLBOX. Jos. A. Bkubacher.
WILSOX & BJtUBACIIER,
Attorneys at law. 251 North Main street, Wichita
Kantas. Telephone No. H. dlOS-tf
W. P. Campbell. Jas. L. Dter.
Attornuys at Law. Wlcu.lt. Kan. lOStf
H. c. Sluss. W. E. Stanley.
SL USS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J. R. Hallowtll, J. E. Hum
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL & HUME.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
JtOHRBA UGH C HA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections mado any w hero in tho United Mates ant
Canada. No. 147 Main au. Wichita. Kansas.
Rooms 2, 4 and 6 203 N. Main fct., Wichita,
Joun W. Adams. G. W. adajis.
Attorneys at Law. Ofllce first stalrn ay east of the
Wichita National Bank. lltf-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Catarrh and fitting glasses.
Oflite 127 N. Market street,
Israel & Myers block.
Dll. C. C. FUJILEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON.
331 East Douglas Ave.
Telephone No. HC
! Adjoining the Ofllce.
Dll. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dN(asesa stireclolty. Home
for Ladles during confinement Mrictlj private
whrn o desired. Letters of Imiulrv contldential
and answered Immediately on receipt of same.
Home, 711 South Ia are. Wichita. Kan. 143-tf
JE. 1'. MUNSELL, M. D.
Medical and surgical dls
esws of Eve, Eiir, Noe, and
Throat. Removal of facial
and other blemishes; and fit
Ofllce and residence. 1200
South Emporia. Cl-tf
Has opened orflces over 126 North Main street, Wich
ita, with the pi .ictice of general medicine and sur
gery Dr. .lennings will combtno t-peclal work on tho
Eye. Kar, Noo anil Tliront. Also, the proper ad-
jusimem oi masse. jmce nour swu a. iu.; iuj
I.: o lu.
p. m. residence. bl3 Lawrence avenue.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Ofllce hours 9 to 10 a. ni 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday, 9 to
10-T.(i.a. in. Room IS. Kochheimer Building.
C. IF. TERRY,
Archltec ajid Superintendent.
Blttlnc block. Wichita. Kausas
Rooms 16 and 17
jr. R. MoFHERSON,
Architect. Room 18. No. 3U0 North Main Kreet,
Wichita, Kansas. HMf
w. t. rnouDTOOT. o. w. niRu.
BROUDFOOT fi BIRD,
Architects and Supertntanienta. Offlca In Fch
(With A. D. Mallory
Abstractor, Conveyancer & Notary Public
Pine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to nuy land in elgwlck county. Ofllce. Jut at right
of wet entrance. Main street. New Court House,
first Goor. Prompt service guaranteed. ltt-tf
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
Dentist. Offlco 144 N. Main over Smith & Stover's.
YltiUzed air administered. Residence SX N. To
puka avenue. Wichita, Kansas. 31-tf
D. W. SMITH,
Dentist. 117 North Main Street, one door south of
Flnlay (ot Furniture House, XVlchlta, Kan. tistf
Full sets of teeth, J5. S, and $W
Go.d FllUnss, tl. and up: Silver, 75c:
Extracting xth cocaine, 50c Wc
BOYD'S DENT J L ROOMS.
DR. T. F. BOTD. D. .T. A. UOLLXXnCRGER
11 J East Douglas A enue. Kf-tf
j.st.rniLi.iPS. p. t. pniLUPS.
PHILLIPS C PHILLIPS,
Graduates of the Chicago Veterinary College.
We are prepared to do all kinds of veterinary
work, including Dentistry, Canine and Cattle
Practice. Hospital accommodations for all patients
requiring special care at 1 per day. Persons wish
ing to purc&a- a horve can t ave it examined and a
certificate of -osndness given for S. In surgery we
use the latest dev.ces Including aa operatlne table.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or mall will receive
prompt attention by day or night.
Office. 114 North Lawrenc Avenue. Oav tele
phone No. 7L Residence CSO . Topeka ave Kesl
deaco telephone o. 215. 123 tf
The Photocraohar. Pictures In all sires and styles
He alo carries the finest assortment of ptctsre
rrmeln the city.
Gle him a Iriecdly call aad
J. O. Davidson, Pree. c. A. Waxxzb, V. P.
John Dzbst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'BS' LIABILETr. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Tp Capital of any Bank In the Stats
Shippers of Live Stock can aare "both
time and money by doing their
husines3 through, the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZENS BANK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
BEAL ESTATE AGKEXTS
C. A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal Estate Dealers,
Buy andsell Iteal E&tate on commission, collect
renin, have repairs made economically and remit
promptly. Correspondence solicited. Now i, the
time to buy and lay the foundation for a fortune
Reference: All parties for whom we have done
business, here or elsewhere. 107 North Mam
htreet in Citizens' Bank Building. Telephone. 22 .
FHEU W. ISltAEL.
R, C. Israel
Eeal Estate and Rents.
To buy Wichita city property or Sedgwick county
land at present prices means large returns ou your
money, Wichita, with her stock and other lndui
trles. is Just in her infancy. Hnd such bargains as we
can now offer were never offered before All having
business in our line are invited to call or correspond.
Tho Wichita interests of non-resident proper! v
and faithfully cared for. Ofllce second floor 125
North Market, Israel Building. dbCtf
WASSAM, DA VIES 0 HOOD
BEAL ESTATE AGEXTS
Largest lit of city and Island property for salo.
Also the famous Alvin and Hitchcock fruit lands
for sale. V rite for information.
Oflico Moody building. Galveston, Texas. 102tf
3IISS ANNIE C. It EEL,
YOICE CULTURE '. AND PIANO.
Room 315 fcedgwick Block. 10 lm'
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY,
Board and tuition, per annum. 150. Addres.
Sister Superior, Sisters of Charity, B. V. M. 105-tf
MI8SOUKI PACIFIC 1 It.
Kansas City Express
SU Louis Mall and Kpress-....
Kansas City ExprchS
Wlufleldand Kfow.i Express...
WICHITA AND COI.OKADO.
Colorado Mall and Express
Depot second and Wichita str-et: ticket office 120
North Main street. E. E. Blkcki.kv,
Pnssencci ami Ticket Agent.
TIME TA1II.E CII1CAR0, HOCK lbLAXU ii 1'aCII'IC
("Great Rock Island Route."l
In effect ou and alter October 19. 1W.
7-10 A Jl I 8 15 A xi
2iVI 1 M I 2.-0J I M
-,m i m in p xt
1 V 3il l M 7:.T) A M
lh.15A M I 4:15 V M
'1115 A xi S.liPlt
0.25 V -XI I 740 A M
TltAIVsr. AHKIVL I LEAVE
OOINR Ollf II AXI EA!T.
No. 2 (oloiailo springs,
Denver and I'acillc Coast
Express dally 8G0AM 855AM
No. 2 Kansas City, St. louis
anil Chicago. Through
Mail and es. dally 860AM 8oaA.U
No. 4 Kansas City, St. Louis
nml Chicago night ex.
daily 050pm T55pu
No. G2 Accommodation. .
dally except Sunday. 1135am 1.2JPU
No. 3 Kansas City, M. Louis
and Chicago ox. dully .. .. C35AJI C40AM
No. 1 Kansas City, st. Louis
and Clilcago through mail
and ex. d.ulv 655PM COpsi
No. 01 Accoinumd.it Ion, dally
except Sunday .. ....I 2"'PM 230 I'M
Elegant reclining clulr cars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepers from Wx-liitn to Kansas City and
Chicago without change ' night trams. Tickets
Fold and baggage checked through to all points
north, south, enst and west, and steamsliiji tickets
sold to all European points at louest rates. City
ticket office 100 East Douglas km -lue. corner llaln
Mreet; passencer station corner Douglad and Muod
avenues. Telephone 1W.
C. A. RrTnritroRn. Ticket Agent.
.INO. Ser PTIAN, G. T. .t P. A., Chicago, 111.
ST. 1 OL'lh & SA.V rilASCW o K. IU
TltAIXS. Alll;n LEAVE
Going West, pass (to Eils-I I
worth) 525am am
Going west, pass, (stops at
Burrton) 4Hlp 455pm
Going East, prssengcr fist am Pefi.vxt
Going E:ist, passenger. 10Xpm HMOpm
Going Ka ' 1 225pm
Going XVest to Burrton. . .. I 227 pm
City Union Ticket office. 122 North Miln street
and Union Deiot, Douglas avenue.
W 1CUITA i XVESTER.V R. R.
TRAIN1. I AltltlX-E LTAVF
Going West, pasS. (dally) 605 am
Going West, freight S1U0PM
Going East, pass 725 pm
Going East, freight 1035 am
D. H. Rhodes', Freight A- Pass. AgU 122 N. Main
Supt cor. 4th and Douglas.
Union Ticket ofllce 122 North Main f treet, and at
Uulon Depot, Douglas avenue. W. D. JIcruock.
ATCntSON. TOPEKA A SANTA TE K. K.
TltAIs. AHKIVK I IEXE
NORTH .INI) EAST. ;
Denverexpress j 4Kpxi mni
Eastern express 1!XPU 1240pm
Colorado and California ex-;
Sres I '00rt 4Wpm
icago express i 150PM KOp
SOCTU AND WEST.
Oklahoma & Panhandle ex' 79a m 740 am
TexasExpress ! 495pm 4Wpm
Caldwell Express- i 700pm 7(0 pM
City Union Ticket ofllce 13J North Male street, and
Union Depot. Duglas avenue.
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.
XVHOLESAIL AND RETAIL
Comer First Street and Lawrence ATenaa.
Chlcaco Yards. 35th and Iron street', Chicago.
A. Mnith. suleman. Geo. L. Pratt, and Ueo. W.
Cross, Resident Partners.
S Dr. J. E. Bennett
TILES. FISSURE-FISTULA and all diese of
the rectum cured without the u o' to knife, llga
mre cAastic ordetentKxn from business. Nomonev
to be paid until patient Is cured.
ITlvaie uizeansi ia iwa sexes speeouy enrea.
Calloa or address
DR. J E. BEN NFTT.
Three Through Train's.
Two night, one morning, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 4S-tf
Xicht express for Kansas City, St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita ac"9:40 p. in.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on thi
train. Missouri Pacific railxvay. 107 tf
Take the Frisco flyer to St. Loflis and
the east. It leaves Wichita at 2i35 p. m.
If you have a railroad ticket to sell or
xvant to buy a cheap ticket to aay pyre of
the country, don't tail to call on W. II.
haattanho?eLCJietUrokei " SP' I
ELDRME & CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradstreet's Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Natl Boat.
K. W. ELDRIDGE.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
H7E : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEKOHAim
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office.
Atlerss the "WicbituEAGLE, "Wichita Kan,
Take stage at "Wharton for Stillwater,
Billy Snyder, proprietor. d4S tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The "Wichita Eagle,
dTl tf "Wichita, Kansas.
Colorado short line, Missouri Pacific
railway, through car service to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver, Missouri
Pacific railway. 153 tf
"We have for sale at this office a sectional
map of what is known as the Cherokee
outlet, together with a map of Indian ter
ritory, Oklahoma and all the Indian reser
vation 32x27, on paper SL50, printed on
cloth $2.50. 120-tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
Are you going wet? Are yon gomq
east? if so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office, 100 Ease
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 121 tf
Look before you leap.
Flyer to St. Louis.
Take the Frisco
Deep in a churchyard green with ejxinj's Craft
I hear the strokes that mark the noontide hour;
DarL' yew trees stand in Immemorial sadness,
And ivy girds the gray old Norman tower.
And while the lark above Is nsver weary.
Outpouring clear his midday ecstasy.
My eyes are bent upon the "31iserere"
That from a timo worn stone looks up to me.
No word but this; naught yields a faint sugges
tion Of man or woman or of young; or old;
Yet here there sleeps beyond all doubt or ques
tion Some tragic story to the world untold.
Vain all the mind's conjecture and surmises
Beforo so sad an epitaph as this,
An'l yet the thought resist lessly arises
Of faith forsworn and perjured love's abyss.
Of long heart struggle and self immolation
In ways where tired and wounded feot must
Of cruel 'rial and supreme temptation
And thu the enshrouding darkness of the end.
Thus to a wanderer does the mournful "Pity"
Plead nntcly o'er the unrecorded dead;
Oh, may the soul haxe reached that peaceful city
Where ne'er a "Miserere" need be saidl
Clinton Scollard in Congregationalist.
They Wear Ills Ilats.
At Annarn. an empire occupying tho east
ern portion of the Indo-Chinese peninsula,
with a population of 15,000,000, men and
women wear their hair in the same way
and dress almost alike. Like the man, the
woman xvears a turban, a long tunic, wide,
loose trousers and a blight sash, the ends
falling below the knees. The physiognomy
is almost the same, as the men are beard
less and have their hair done up like the
The only clew to distinguish them is the
earrings and finger rings, worn by women
only. The earrings are like double shirt
studs, and among the lower orders are of
colored glass. The xvives and daughters
of mandarins alone are allowed to wear
gold jewelry. The rings are of spiral wire,
fitting tight and standing out to some
height. Some women of the upper class
wear also necklaces of strings of gold or
The hat of the woman is monumental.
It is like a large barrel cover, three-quarters
of a yard in diameter. Six or seven
silk cords as thick as a quill are fastened
on each side, and when worn fall down be
low the waist. Where the ends are fast
ened to tho hat on each side is a huge
black or brown silk tassel. Some of these
hats are artistically made of carefully se
lected palm leaves and lined with neatly
plaited flag leaves. These are expensix-e,
especially xvhen they have chiseled silx-er
clasps at the tassels. Many women fasten
a little round mirror in the hat, before
xvhich they arrange their turban when
they go to town. The hat h the article
most prized by the stylish ladies, and often
costs $10 or $15. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Pedestrians on tho Dig Bridge.
It is entertaining to note the democratic
effect of the Brooklyn bridge upon pedes
trians. Thousands of persons patronize
the promenade every day on their way
back and forth. As a rule the xvalkers do
not "hoof it" because of pox-erty, but on
account of the exercise.
The walk is about one mile and an
eighth, just long enough to stimulate an
appetite for supper without fatigue. Tho
promenade is frequented by millionaires
and workmen alike. Charles Pratt, the
millionaire, can often be seen, with hi3
coat on his arm, leisurely strolling over to
this city. The Rev. Dr. Talmago is also
frequently seen walking ox-er. A notice
able feature is the absence of conventional
street formality. A man or woman who
assumes the most dignified pose while on
a public thoroughfare will apparently
throw aside all fear of observation, and
saunter across the river in tho most care
less and comfortable way.
But xvhen the other side is reached coats
are put on, caps adjusted, the ladies glance
over their shoulders to see that their dress
improvers hang just right, and backbones
are stiffened to tho perpendicular regarded
as necessary to conform to ordinary street
manners. Ernest Jarrold in Xew York
It was a witty answer by which a hero
whom Bismarck was commissioned by the
emperor to decorate xvith the Iron Cross of
tho First Class discomfited the chancellor's
attempt to chaff him.
"I am authorized," said Bismarck to
him, with that liking for playing jokes
which has been so strong throughout his
creer "I am authorired to offer you a
hundred tbalers instead of the cros."
"How much is the cross worth?" asked
"Very well, then, highness; 111 take the
cross and ninety-seven tbalers."
Bismarck was so surprised and pleased
by the ready shrewdness of the reply that
he gave the man both the cross and tfc
money. London Tit-Bits.
Iron a a FIltrinC Material.
A process of manufacture of filtering
material is described as consistinc essen
tially in reducing ferric oxide by heating
t in contact with gaseous fneL Small
pieces of iron ore, preferably hematite, sr
packed into a retort heated externally
preferably by producer gas. When the
charge i at a cherry red beat gaseous foe!
jjj admitted into the retort, and brought
nio thonnsh contact with the ore. At tb
cad of four or five hours, if the exit gas be
"idammabie, the process is finished and
he chargs raked out and allowed to cooL
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria:
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
The follairtm: rates under the different heading
nrin be oharged.
SPPayable Strictly in Advance.
Ko advertisements taien for less than 10 cents.
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applicable oalT to local advertisement. No forelm
advertisements ta!:en at price siren.
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aftor insertion. When advsrtteeni wish replys tor
warded to them stamped envelepes must be sent.
Reference to former tdveniscmeats should tf
description and date of Insertion or copy of the ad
vertlsement should be enu
Net responsible for advertisements clten or dis
continued oy telephone.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Under this head 2c per lino per day.
' rence, a good house uirl.
AT 1021 N. LAW-dl-tf
WANTED-A GIRL TO COOK AND DO GEN
eral housework. No waehlnc. Apply 8 s
ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED OIRL FOR
general housework S3 S. Lawrence ave.
TTTANTED AT ONCE GIRL TO DO LIGHT
V V houM work at 521 S. Water St. UB-tf
"rANTED-A FIRST CLASS GIRL CAN GET
a good place by calliing at llih N. Lawrence
ave. None other need apply, ilrs. 31. J. Oiier.
"IIANTED-A GOOD GlRL TO DO OENERAIi
II houscworK. ilU"(t oe a good cook and furnish
refercnoe. White girl preferred. Apply at 215
N. Emporia ae. l!tt-6t
ANTED-A HIRED GIRL IN A SMALL
family. Steady work to a good girl. Apply
at 15 Sycamore street, w ett side. a IX! o
"T7"ANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; hm.iU f.-imilr: German proferrrd.
Address It. Y. C care Laglo ofllce. dl3l a
rANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at Champion's ooot store.
Miscella u eous.
TTr ANTED-TEN GIRLS TO PACK CRACK
VV ers. Only experienced hands. Apply to
Wichita Cracker Factory. dloj-'t
ANTED-A LADY SOLICITOR. WICHITA
Printing Co.. 'JiT E. Douglass Ave. dlSJU
rANTED-INDUsTRIOUS LADY OOER 2
11 with practical business education who
desires to learn a business and to rise in it. No
ue other need apply. Good salary. Address B. 15
SITU A TIONSFEMA LE.
Lnder this head Jc ler line per day.
WANTED-A SIICATIO.N TO DO LIGHT
housework. Call or address I. E. B.. aire
Eagle office. dlStU
M ittcella u eous.
Under tins Head 3c per line per day.
WA N TED MALE HELP.
t nder this head :.'c per line per day.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
"Wanted two bright young boys to
run errands. Call at the Wichita Kagle
M isceatta neous.
lnder this head lc per line per day.
V nder this head "c per lino per day.
A GENTS WANTED.
Under tins head 2c pir line per day.
AANVASSKRb WANTED AT THE SINGER
Sewing Machine oflice. Liberal Inducements.
WANTED AGENTS IN ENERY CITY. TOWN
and vlllHge in the United Mates (except in
state of Kansas) to take bubcriittlons. Postmasters
can make money. No capital required. fcumpW
copies free. Cash tommnons. money tan be luudo
b gutting np clubs. Address the WibUita Lasle,
Wichita. Kan. '.1-lt
WANTED MISCELLA NEO US
WANTKD-5.000 LIVE TAME PIGEONS. DF.
lhered at stanter S. W llllam' gun Mure be
fore October 2&, ll'J East Douglas avetino,
"W" ANTED WATERBURY'S SCHOCL OF
l snurtband and type wrttinj. Y, M. C. A.
building: A Melons ilall) . d8-lt
WANTED-TO TKaDE A NICE HORSE AND
bsgy for a k-otxl cood haad ptano. Ad
dress R-, Butnea CoiiK4. dl-U
WANTED-1 WANT TO RENT A TEN ROOM
re. -deuce vlb modem convenience?, un on.
of the bet s r". Apply to Lbarioa f Peus Ihnc
to 2B ana 35s s. Mala sc dW-St
-ANTF.D-ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE
I faniilv. by two Udie. Matt b i.onh of Itnu...
las ave. Addre&s Mrs. D-;cer, h.1 N. Topeka an.
rANTED-LADIr. TO KNOW THAT THEY
i T can c mrtcnuniiwi unit cnKl .HMUcuoe
at Hi N. i ifta ave. Mrs. -ila Cobb, geceral as-nv.
ANTED-GOOD 31AN WITH SMALL FAM
liy loUkr charce otrtork farm MrWIct.
ha. Address with referent. P.O. UkSGl
-rTTANTEI-THOE WHO DESIRE HUi hEK-
V vices to addre. by card or telehoBo. j. L.
Sheldon, piano toaer. at the Xaaaallau botnl.
'ANTED-A FEW IORF. GOOD MEN TO PUT
up and scU tn .oumosUg SMWy Ims
Bracket. ut&iuuiiri. u ii sio. iraod
paytotae rcht partie Mtali captt-J TtmtfL
kf ereoce ezebaaeed. tail er 4dmd J. Ua.mU k.
711 Lat Dzlas ave. dVn-9i-
'ANTED-irVEKYHOBY TO KNOW TKAT I
I an bck Irotc liexlco aad at MT OStea. No
:JE Docxiaaave. Dr. Keder. pfeystuao. aaal r.
ANTED-CLERKS. BOOK KEEPEItS. TEN
opriiphert aod 4rak orsr&iors. r otaj
eraa was vosat4icur3tarQrBiy MiaK
La tkr- aboite araaek-. te call at tbe MttNfTi
Botat coii1. ror&er DocUs aad Tpt are-nor-,
Wichita, Kab. UU
ro4er tfcl asd Sc ptr Us prUy.
FOR ESCTIANOE-!0 OR W ACRES OF OOOO
iasd sear Loo. la Hallrr coratr. ijuu or
autle: w.H vat ts ne Bay &afxldeaU a.s.
Nrlwii. Wlrtiita. Kax. dCi
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Uader tbl bee Se rr Lae r day.
1 XB SALE ONE L4T OF TAXX KACHINKRT
L coo-.iUC of jwmrsr. raJtssiew u Vr
tars arsleles abM r aa4 Wiacke4r rtSs tf
tt soid at ar.vat ! iu v.
IM:tas aad Wc stWseMta.
fl IBM. .mt . v.-- JL - - - "-T r
K n icttii i-"""- HITWt.
pOR SALE-JERSEY COWa AT 3 SJJaW.
F"oR ALX-A NEV K OOK HOTE3. WW
pOR SALB-KTOYEPIPE AT W
-- cse a -l. tin . w.m?-
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
FOli SALE-100 HORSES. WE HAVE OSE
hundred head of horses and mures, rangias in
a?e from 3 to 5 years old, ami a number of mules
for sale. Also two Norman .and two ILimbletomca
stallions, t-cr further Information, call ou O.JI.
D:ciso, room L 216 Jf. Main U Wichita. Kan.
?OK SALE CHEAP-ONE KIKST CLASS IAS--A
sender ticket to LouisvUle. Ky.. via. of Kaasan
Citr arid SL Louis. AdUro "Tlctet." care Eagle
rOIt SALE TWO POOL AND ONE BILLIA ItD
table with complete futures. Poor Le-Uth.
; esp for ca&h; one-hair down; good as new. I. W
Bi am hard. Eldorado Kansas. 135-ftt
FOK SALE OR TRADE ONE BLOWKK. VICE,
two stocks and dies Anvil, small tools. Address,
Chas. L. ilcDaniel. North Wichita. US
FOR SALE-THE FIXTITIES.St6ve'aND
srtf o of the J . N. Talmadse Js Co.'s store, by fc
J . Foster, ao Douglas a c dBt-tt
ITOK SALE FEEDING STEERS. ONE IIUN
? dred head of 3 year-ohl naUve feeders, are fat
and nine, at our stock farm. 6 tainn south of Garden
Plain. Come and &eo them or addressu at Garden
Plain. Kansas. WtNDsUlt BltOTHKKs.
Oct. lath. ISO. ISa'
TT'OK bALEl -I HAVE SOK7LOTSON CLKVS
JL? bind avenue, near Douglass avnue, for sale
cheap for calu
U: J . B: PETERRS. walnut lllde. Ark.
J?OK SAU:-. LOT OK SECOND HAND
JL butcher tools. Busch A; Grover. 5 North Maw.
11OR SALE OR TKADE-FOR WICHITA PROP
J erty, tuo eastern farms. TJ0 acr. Address
J. Ackerman. ISO lit
"HVENTV-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED. AT
this onkre. old capers salUWe lurpackias put-
tins unuer tarpets, etc. Ul U
T.OR SALE-SCALE BOOKS. SHORT HAND
JL writers' nolo boolcs. blHtik receipts and nut
books and lecal blanks of every Lied. .Mail enters
promptly attended to. tali on or airesa tno Wiua
tu ta;;ie. iJuta,Kan: .Ju
T70RSALE-A HANDSOME LITHOGRAPH
JU map of thec.ty of ' icbita.citc nameAof treet
iubltcbuildini.roileees. oarke. etc- siae 11x16 un
UDeu paper, pnte j ifUls vack; i tor 10 cents: Ja
cents a duzen. Address tue Vi KttLia ttiu. iraiut.
TT'OR Sale-DEED. 3IORTGAGES AND AuL
J2 kinds of k-.-al blanks, oiank retsipt books.
Looks, etc.. at the ichita bosle uUlte. ordrs Uf
ciill pioiuptiy attended to. dlW-tt
ART AND MUSIC.
I OST-A WHlTfc LACE FUR STOLE; ON N.
JLi Jialn between Duuirlns and Tenth st. 1-ludrr
w .11 piea return some to It; N.aLun st. and re
ceUe reaed. dUS-tf
T OST-CHECK ON WICHITA NATIONAL BANK
i-i ror ?a.iu, lMjao e lo ana -iBnea uy uuuiy u.
nine; pa) uivui uas bwu stoppeu. diis-tt
I ObT-ATTHE FAIR l.KOl.VDs TUURDAY
Xi alt ernoon. a lad s gold n lch with bob chain.
t lnder will pless learu luBO at JJilo ook anu ce
cYr . 'i?it
Under this head c per line per day.
TRAYED-ON THE NIGHT OF THE 13TH,
one dark iron crev horse, a years UM, about 14
liunds. win py liberniy iir nis recovery or mior
uiatlon leuiiiiii: to his recovery, irenti
stable, corner Water aud Dougm.
STRAYED-A BAY MARE WITH A RED WEB
halter on. The flntter w ill jHeaw) return Mine
to 1S51 1 atr lew a o. aud roc o reward of JO. C. E.
Under this head Jc per line per day.
FOR SALE Horses and y chicles
1 nder this head 2c per line per day.
lOR'sXLL-riORSh' TlifcT BEST SADDLE
A horse in Kanaas. Warrantetl sound; 0 years
old, ery chgap.
W. T. Bishop A.
sons. Fir and
l.'-OR SALE-BUGGY AND HARNESS. PHAE.
X1 ton buu'C) . new harness, both for t. Cheap
W. I.ltlsbop a tons. dU-ll
FOR RENT Houses.
I ndur tUlh htd 3c per line per day.
jzrOK RENT - FURNISH KD lfoUSK T
Eiji North Topeka ae, b roomo, cUar, gat, hath,
KimxI b.irn. toul noiu-e, etc. dlil-Hl
fit FOR RENT-AN EI.fcVEN-ROOJl HolE.
E& nUelj furnihiieil thrtittRbeui, sHbl lor
wl.li.tr UMrder. within two WucwBof D..uKbiie.
re'utry ieauabie toaronwibiepirty, Aiwa
FOR RENT Rooms.
bndcr this head Je por lluepcr day.
i;olt RE.NT-sIXTEEN ROOMS, ALL HAVING
I? soulliivlmlowsandcI-welK, In th brlct. bulld
liiK No. MaN. l-.mpona me. ill 1h retiltnl rhr-np
bj the s iirfle room h in Milieu, by the moiilh u
j ear. '1 liese rmjnit a re ery uwlraWe uniHwiiit
of southeru eiOBure ainl food neighborhood. Air
pi) to John N. .iyle-!at th tMilidluc. or to Henry
V. shepatd, room lu Bittlnc blot k. dUo-Ji
IOK KLN1-THE BKs'i ROOMS IN THE tl 1 V
for th least mouey over IHjTM'y's sroewry store. I
N. Mam. Jut thiuk, vry room has a im
larce clo-et Rooms from il ixnr montn mmI Muward.
tail at rtioius or && bast O.ikaU. Charles ltro., I'al
muio soap ork. dial-
I?OR RENT-SITTING ROOM AND BKDKOOM
I1 v ith lioard. m h. I hlrd sC ?'
XAOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS AT 412
. North 1j rence. with cood board conven
ient Gentlemen prefrrwl. J'
OR RKNT-NICELY FURNISHED
at 228 North hmporta Am,
i.OR KENT - NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. 1
North Sili!?krt.cn BUUe' wlth KoodU4W" 'SiJift" ,
- ttt. r" ,.r rr
A.VbK UWIUADLt. jru,wian
ed room, ut 201 North huiporu
li W I
FOR RENT Farm Property.
Under tbls head 2c pea IUhi por day.
Under this hod Jc per line por dy.
i?OR TRADK-FARMS rOK HOLSfca TlJ MOVIt.
L or laud. tlV h. third st. dtu-f
GENERA L STORA GE.
( iOODs OF ANY DhSCRMTIOV STORED AT
J reaxuble rate, lixjulre at I4 .orth Matn.
r lelcber A lliuarer. 1 sr
FOR R EX T Miscellaneous.
Lnder this Itumi Jc per Ha put day.
Under th Ottad X pr IUm pr day.
JOANS. ON ALL CLASHES lT fiECt'HITY AT
J reaMmabhi rale. booorabl tratwaM 1v
and ex pet td la every cm. rh lUlncto 1 raM t
Cltiiens bank bolldlu' dL-T U
MONEY TO LOAN-WE MAKJt SHORT TTMK
Iomm on cbaMl wt all gnorf ssroriUiM.
liWci-Heidtr A. Iloitirovk XA Su:vi) bkx,l..
ONF.Y TO I)AN-WS WILL LOAN TOO
inoa-y on loo er soort ttoia mi tarmn r city
piop-rty. aie oa r. uuM, srwiu. tumhomna
roods, etc tubt It. Rrpr. 291 aad M s4irwkcs
T?URNITURE LOANS. CATTLB IXJA-MO-l1
ey lMnt aa almort wsrythiai: by J. F. Lab
ium, ots- 3tCrd'k crocory. turuet Ftrt a4 Htua.
OSKT LOANED ON HORJtU. MCGOIM
Jl cww I)WH boafcala farmttorn. He. Jft
Wnrbt it jun wast a MtaU Miwm t mwir
earn ad e as. w. 1. . a C1M Jtattb Hkia
MISCELLA NEO US.
I nder ta.t bsd 2c pr Ua pr day.
R. I.E Dfrg PERIODICAL P1LUH, THE
rrtou Frta rxsaodr. art itirly oa ma 'aim-
MroaJ irm and utTiy car oppr-Kum. vf it
Tin ptll hnaid aa fc taa 4rtae wrMtrj
AOMttcao Pill 'Otapaa. rovaL pmr1at po
err la. V f " 5a4 wf Caa Urw.
MB laa Duojia. V acnlt, Im. by t. tad
retati. U tor
TMOKHAT'JOVAC?T LOTS ON JOHTM
Sid- ar dedraM; harwK jwwj-rtr wiu do
ill to krwt nut V"V m I
Vro.. orttt 3Utt MiMi
la the naart of csaateoa jmVmm a S-a'gwt tammtj.
TwToarU KattoMl lUat. af WicMta, Kaomu,
7 Jearsal PahHiata; Caaae7. Jafea Itca
scaMt acd OK ZlBOkrmaA. JXa.
By vtrta af x Jatttrav! MSBer4 ta to1 ort f
roauMoa aiMM. of -r " 'voaty. Caaa. uUiat
la aad fr --4jrwir enaaty Ki;w wra Ta
F"9rb '"iitfaaii Raalc, at .i Ka U fiUm
ti. aad te Jomnuki PaattoBlar Capr.
UNttMMd4t aad Otto Z.nvjTa -4a.
I t,l. a Frtasy tb day f frrtftt-wv A. U 1U.
at W aciocs A- X- a ta fmtmi UUn? JK.
S4ta Mala la lfc cf af TeaU. KAa
oCe Imr !. at paWle arruo. tawljaa Ulimr
iar c la DaaC. aii ta nzbL t aad b4- tit
the aVfatoaav TTmJutiwi r-w!.ir waiar.
te aad O fiUwtor 4tMM4raaJja-sarty.
Oo yp UMkt, met ita rsstl Mat VtaVtr a4
tta ha.-t vaUvT aad Wawar - aala ).
wml&T aOrri ,S in "
Calt7nc... paprr til
tma- rwLit Mk. ca. ohe Hi
Ul4viUnr(L't'U '. 1J
hrvTr aad Ma !- tsmrml tyf. Urc ataai i
vrua xa-. S rai SBT. HT rar. a-
tats bm. wMttao. fear aad Ut.. , ia
Z3M &ttar.cMna ra. raaaa Utr.te aad .l
aUarr artadaa It : Jworaat bajttdaa; I 'aaagtac
m TW Immrml Fatawai! ' ai'f
a ,rmmi mmmmrtr jmw attaint a th
jjraal ovaaiaTtr rME?Ji P"
ZttuSTthm immjml IMjin aaam, lam.
aa4 win M far eaaa l auMrjr aM iK
TEANCES LIKE DEATH
SEVERAL STRANGE CASES OF SU3-
tittle DonbtTItat Sometimes People Ar
Burled Alive Other Havo Ilaa Nar
rotr Escapes from Such 4 Uorrlbl
Fate Soma Keccnt Cases.
There is nothing more rcpupnant to tho
human mind than the awful possibility oC
a living person beinc consigned to tho
tomb. Xerertheloss such cases havo oc
curred, and, unhappily, recat proofs are
forthcoming that they still occur, despito
the fact that In most countries precaution.1
are now taken to prevent prematura inter
ments. In England as a rule the bodies
of deceased persons ar? not buried tillilgna
of decomposition Iwgin to mnuifcsl them
selves, and elsewhere it L enacted by law
that interments must not take place till
three or more days after death.
Nearly three-quarters of a century ago a
Fomowhat grewsome book was published.
Tha first section of its formidable title,
which is too lone for quotation in its en
tirety, runs, "The danger of premature iru
terment proved from many remarkable in
stances of people who lmva recovered after
being laid out for dead, and of others be
ins; intombed alive for wnut of being prop
erly examined prior to interment." And
tho author submits the following ffrim
quotation as a prelude: "To revive nailed
up in a coffin! To return to life in dark
ness, distraction and despair! The brain
can scarce sustain the rejection in our
A STATK OF COMA.
Having thus at the outlet put hi read
ers in a dreadfully uncomfortable frame of
mind, he proceeds to pile on the agony by
citing numerous well authenticated caws
of persons supposed to be dtod coming to
life. Several of these owed their restora
tion to conscious ue4 to the otQciouneaa or
irrtsTcronce of friends, who pershttently de
clining to believe that they wnro absolutely
dead forced liquor down tholr throats.
The Hon. Mrs. Godfrey, sister of tha
great Duko of Marlborough, while prepar
ing for.chapel Sunday, fell dowu to all ap
pearance deaL In spite of the positive as
suruueo of tho physicians who decjaretl
her to Ijo irrevocably dttnd, her loving hus
band, Col. Godfrey, persisted in boliuving
thatsho waa onlyin n trance.
So she lay till tho following Sunday,
when exactly nt tb sumo-hour as her fceia
nre, just as the chapel boll was onco more
ringing, she awoke. She was not aware
that she had lon in a state of suspoaded
animation for a week, and tha first thing
sho did was to scold her attendant for not
waking her in time to go to church, as sho
had intended to do.
BOME AMCniCAK CASES.
The following ono wus reported from
Xevada, Mian., Aug. Zi, 1383: While tho
remains of tvrenty-threo unknown dwul
bodies wero being removed from Deep wood
cemetery, in that town, ''Superintendent
G. W. McCain discovered a body which
was partly petrified, and from iu pouitiou
evidently had been bnried olive. Tho body
was that of an infant probably a year old,
and was lying on it face, with its legs
drawn up and the bottoms of Its feet rest
ing on tho cofun lid."
The Philadelphia Press published a re
markable esse, vouched for by Mr. Thorn ua
Hooper, formerly of that city, but uow a
resident in New York. It is that of a lady.
the wlfo of a niufclcinti, who apparently
ji i i Arabia nm r.wirv linclf Wnrtuiilv
aiea m Jioia some ywirs uacK. JJor uoay
was placed in a caflket and taken to tho
church, where funeral services were held.
At tho clone of u soltuun address tho min
ister said that all who wished might take
a lust look at the remains. Among thoso
who went forward was a woman, and she, '
after bending earnestly over the oofllu,
exclaimed, "See, her eylids qulvorl"
Great excitement folloned, but n doctor
present ridiculed the suggestion, declared
that life was cxtluct. and urged iramediato
interment. The husband, bowover, in
sisted, on the application of restoratives.
'. ,ie . rpInov.wi home th cruvn
, ue Tw n;movi iiomc, uia gnivo
clothas wero stripped off, aud within four
days, thanks to continuous effort, she wan
quite well. Six yearn after hr restorutioa
to life she, while singing at a musicalr,
was suddenly stricken with bllnduuas, and
blind she still is,
RESCUED nr STCDCXTU,
From Orenburg, in Itntttiu, a very pain
ful case has brn reported. Duriag tho
fuufral of a wealthy tHMw.'iat the ooflln was
wen to riso and the corp procewiod to get
out Tho atlrigbted priosts and mourners
n - ,, Mf n, i...
vi. AIIV 'ft jm'J 1VIIV tl V4a WUV 9
peasants, having by this time regainsil
courage, proceedl u "exorel tho ghost,"
which they dd so pffctually with guus
and pine stakes that thry killed the un-
i fortunate man, who, it wna aseertainud,
had previously bron in a stnto of coma.
The funoral of a roiim; woman was
nbout to take plac at AJefesatMlria, IUnI
inont. whrn, otving to th Joltig at tho
hoarse, tho suppod dead ireon was
aroused from tho )thargy which was rata
taken for death. Tho boarrr in th en me
te ry hoard rounds iasning from the eefJin.
The lid was tors off. and tho young wonMtit
was found to be alive and eoBAcieu. thouxh
in a stats of great agitation. la Italy bod
ies are interred vry Mon aftor supposed
death, and a doctor in Hoiat has coutplletl
and published statistics shewing that thou
sand of persons are annually brid In a
state of com a throughout Kuropo.
A man itaxasd John J. O'Connor hm, it
is alleged, tiu ox'rediRgly lucky meap
from tho dbueUi2 table in the Amrian
city of t. Iouis. H bdng inppossd to h
dead LU body was Identified at the xaorgn
by bis vlfv. A funeral followed, and It i
poitf rely aMUTtod that ho was Imried in
Calvary eroery. But, to tha amarstn'nt
of all who knsw him. ho wu afterward
sn walkiBg abtit as if nothing la prUi
lor had happ-ntd to him. His own versloa
of the iff air wo that ha was really barfed;
that his body was affrward taken up c!
coavf7td to tb fUm'ctiBK rom, and that
the firet lciiion iwmUi In his aJfctmwes cans
lag Mood to far w msl"We, which
had only hen supodefi, returned to him.
Uat Csnrtleat .fsttn'ca.
A mill at a rtnoii town U rw York
fiMt makes wood fioor oat of whit aecb
wood. Thfl logs, trlpjd of bark, an
forced agaiaot a owtUag moahice wbleb,
ntaks 400 rvTolaUons a uiattte. The thin
shav,itga are dnl aad put into a hopper
which grlods tbeta Utta floor The Sour
is bAXlfd and wnt Ui Kw York. Says
i-ntkavia wtM nstrd the miU tbi other
Amy "A uaan v'ul mt thre fa a pretty Wc
tale for the ta&. If -id that pert ef it
was used a pafr i-tofet, aad in tha pre
paration of hasrtuU walton. Thas U tha
o-rtmriWr purpMi tor which it La znode.
bat the workxaas tld xs tht a good deal
of the niaS waat into tha hoodji ot ecn
tractors fr tirbitAi Isdisa rntioas, ocd
that coftJe.-aUif of it obw want lato Xht
chap brrada od in th Jtailaxi &d H
brew davirtrta is the towex pixt of JUvw
IL Pm!ibm a pfwrof Orirtal Ito
gna a Um Cafvasrit? of St. Pertars
harx. h duebwrtii ta Uas KataMaal
lAbtsry ' ir1 a Maadiv aat;t
wnida hipobMif tWssoat ada&sMtkaawra.
It otmaiata of Ml laavi of CfcaKBK payynM,
ooetaiiM! ta tour porUbtto as yUw tTkt
& cinwasHaf" wafcea ha. m! arawlwra t
beiierva tint K tHrtattflad sa ail
Kbnsry. 1 a h liaK aa ta. tit pat a
btca ialrrrcawK to a Ba4 af Warrfs
smd PteMMa, caaoaf hai afwivtaJaaW
tazLhastxtaraaraf ta refeea aC afcr jajw