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i&e micMlz Jails gagfe etlttjestTaij 3$rmimri, ttxyTrcr 29, 1890
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during: tho past 48 hours
36 Cattle, 1803 Hoffs Shipments Cat
tle, none; Hogs. none.
The receipts of cattle today were only
one car. The cattle alleys were quiet.
Nothing was left unsold. The market was
steady and unchanged. More good cattle
could have been sold nt good prices. There
is considerable demand for stockers and
The hog receipts were larger than they
have been any day for several weeks, reach
ing 1,803. The quality of the hogs was
good. A great many heavy hogs were sold
today for the Mexican market at 3.75S 80.
Medium hogs were steady at $3.7-(33.80,
but lights and pigs closed 25 to 35 cents
lower than yesterday. There was very
little demand for this latter class of hogs.
I)old took the bulk of the hogs at prices
rauging from 53.72K to $3.80. About
everything was sold that was offered. The
market closed steady at yesterday's prices.
WICHITA LIVE ST00K MAEKET.
Wichita. Katu Oct. 23.
Tho receipts of cattle wore only nominal. The
market remained steady at yesterday's quotations.
JsatlTO rtilpplnz Rtepr. Itood to extra... 8 25 0J
Ciocid tr. extra native butcher fetters.. 1000
.... zwi ws io
.... 2 2i 2 GS
. 1 75 2 70
1 To 8 (JO
.... 12.. 1 75
.... 1 25 1 7o
.. . i ta a.-iUi
.... 1 75 's l
.... 1 35 I HI
.... 1 0J 01 10
, 50 Cel 10
.... 50 w7 (
.... 2.Y) 2 75
.... 2 20 dS 45
1 25 &1 75
Native feedlne etoers
Choice com and lielfers
1 s'i to j'fHxl covfs and holfers..
I ullsand stags
Good J earl lu gu
t-Hicalen, per head.
Texas steers, iood to extra
'1 exas steers, fair
Tollowlnc are the representative sales of cattle at
the stock yards today:
No. Description. At'. Prlre.
4 Feeding steers 7M 2 35
1 Feedlni: bteor 7t)0 2 50
2 Stockors .V 2 00
4 Mockers S 2 IX)
1 Cow OtO 125
fi Cannors Wl 1 :
1 fanHfir HW !)
2 Heifers TOl 150
C Heifers 4'J2 115
4 Culvos, f5,50 each.
The run ofhofls wa the best for so veal weeks.
The quality was much bettor than common. Heavy
and medium hof. Meady; llcht 25.J5c lowor.
Thefollowlnc are the roprcoentatlvc salos of hoss
1 1 the j'hrds today:
o Dock At. Prlre. Vo Dock Av. rrlro.
6S 40 225 S SO fi SO 40 3 80
A ... Stfi a77t 8 .... :M 3 80
19 .... 27S 3 77! .... SS5 3 SO
-.S, IfiO S4S 8 77W 8 80 )l 3 80
J15 40 217 8 77 14 .... SO 3 80
f.7 .... 224 77J fi .... 347 8 80
(U im 7 X7! 7 Iffl 41(5 3 80
44 120 T, S77Jf 5 80 Wi) S 80
67 80 SB S77v 5 W ' S 80
49 120 217 3 77k '' 80 ST. 3 80
49 SO ZU Jt75 19 80 XA 3 77
fu IB) 28 8 75 4 80 .V3 3 75
75 2h0 216 3 75 2 80 370 8 75
(H 40 'JSP. 8 75 G .... S48 3 75
(SI 100 21 3 75 P1CSS ANI I.IGIIT8.
lit 40) 221 3 75 73 81 1W 3 75
(3 2J0 219 X75 7o 80 VM 3 75
f8 120 H 3 75 10 .... 1&4 3 75
42 40 28 3 75 ill 49 121 3 01
47 30 214 8 7.JJ4 17 40 142 SO)
130 VIO SCO 10 .... 132 3 00
MKXIPDS. 7 .... 121 3 00
M 200 W4 3 82H 35 40 152 2 85
31 .... Sti 3 8 M 5 .... IM 3 75
4 80 81 8 82 3 .... 123 2 75
10 10) 8)17 8hJv ' .... HO 2 3
14 IliO 8S0 3 80 4 .... 1 IS 2 fi5
12 1110 SB 8 80 2 .... 125 ft)
34 80 4U1 3 80 2 20 115 2 (j0
Good mntton sheen. "ttHlOO 3 50.21 m
(Jood stock flwesT&WB 2 SOlS M
Good stocl. vnttliert. 75ij.85 3 MilS .M)
Good to extfrt iHUlb 4 Wa 50
Eighteen hundred hogs today.
L.ght hogs were considerably ofl.
No shintnonts of any kind today.
Over 200 hogs were received by wagon.
Dold was the heavy buyer today, taking
Wehlner took 202 heavy hogs for Old
Mexico. Hanks bought 110; Steck, oO.
John Hudson of tho Goodnight Cattle
ranch, was at the yard today looking after
train load of cattle, in transit.
Harry Osborne was thought to be work
ing out his poll tax to day prior to elect ion.
D. A. Nickerson, Clearwater, had hogs
D. "Winn, Udall, had hogs on tho mar
ket. F. D. Gales, Rosalie, marketed a load of
Salmons & Bricker, Kingman, had hogs
and cattle on the markoU
II. Grace, Cheney, teut in a load of hogs
J. II. "Williams, Goddard, had a load of
hogs on today's market.
Pnugh Bros., Sedgwick, sent in two
leads of hogs aud cattle today.
Ira Burnett, Arkansas City, had hogs in
"William McKitrick, Augusta, sent in a
load of hogs today.
Quillen, South Haven, had hogs on tho
Ed "Woidlein, Augusta, marketed a load
of hogs today.
E. A. Brown & Son, Mulvane, had hogs
A. Hufbauor, Mulvane, sent in a load of
George Friend, Cicero, brought in a load
of hotfs today.
Wislcr & Graham, Harper, sent in a load
of hogs today.
Tatman it Wislor, Danville, had cattle
and hogs on today's markets
Joseph Wise, Harpor, had a load of hogs
on today's mnrkeU
LIYE ST00K MARKET.
-T Lot'ts. Mo.. Oct. :S -CATTLE. ReceJpt.
f"-!0- i)itnmntf W0. Market stevly Natives
T04 1X. Mwkers and feMa-. J2 1IM3 flft Tcxmh
kt, 1 ludlau K m& W. HOUi-Keceipts SIOI.
th pmeott (OX Market steady, llnavy ft UV IS,
ti it THAI ta .xllKhl'-KciiK' ISM. fl
tij' nta Ui. ilurkft stroar. O'ood to choice i IU3
t. ANNAS ClTV. 510.. Oct. 18-CATTLB-lteeotpt
f" ' siiipuients ttW. Slarket stronc, bteers
t -? HI. cows fl 2&(.: :0: Mockers and
Ittslent J-. 4t)i 1, rauc tit ?1 H2 -S, raiie
r vs, u uvi ;a hKS Itece4iU ltU sbipiuen'-
ilarkri otad. Hulk ti :XltS Si. all
c de S W MiliEP-Recelpts UUfc ipmonbt
U MMkxl stwtd . I.hui1-( t3 UM.4 35, good to
( ict- muuns (4 tfi4 Sa; blockers and r ciders
t- ;w r.v
C HiCAfrt. III.. OoC lite Drovers' Journal,
r pi)rt l ATTI.R-Hee.iiu. . shltmut4 wrne,
f.IiTket active and uuctMngnt. iu&. Matlves
I - others 4 kit4 ;&. medium 9 2S4 l& nmiMHKi
1 ' a a, IWant, t 4'... ta nuuters J tlUS fJ.
,a e lHMCbers M MaS 10. H()U-)tecelH ,aO,
f piuats suae. Market lower. Rnuxii aad cMtt
ti . 3 BS S h J 4 I4M4 . Ibriit 4 6. phfs
J. Vro SHKEl'-HecrlpisHHHiinjealsitoiW).
J! i- ket Mrady. Nathvs t4 iKntli4. vourub S4 MX
I ', lambs H 71i 114.
Wichita Oram Martpt.
Wichita. Kan. Oct. 2S.
Iieat otofd lc Wwrer. hlle corn aad oau both
Ihotred a advattoe f fna 1.V.
1 ollowlug are Ue clong qtiofattieit on gralx
RAIN r kiUon u-kck-t
"EAT-Ne !!fc,.eJ bard VIM. No 3 Sic No
' KN Ne 3 or better tSo. white too, new corn
UhOONO c)R.-C4mu m car Mb SSc per lOOlbj
MAEKETS BY TELEGRAP&
New lork 31ony.
Nkw Yontr. Oct. ?i
Money on call easy ranging from t6 per owl,
Ia loan 4fe clet otTen-d at S per cant,
iTituo iBorcaatlle pinr ?Sk
Merilntr excfaatigw qutet whI cady at M EI
for OJ day bill and f 1 St, tw dwaano.
Clilcxco Grain and Produce.
CnirACO. m.. Oct. 2S- Wheat Uascttlod, 1W&
IV higher than yoterday.
C 01 n acU e aud strouGor, oJoatnc 1 Wic htrr
u strwngor and He iJher.
i"ock-Actlvo but eay.
Lurd Active and easy.
Short ribs Active but weak.
The leadlnz futures closed as follows:
WHEAT-October I 01J& December Jl C3H. May
COIlN-Octobr tZtfc; Kovemtr SIWc, May 55H.
OATS-October Wo. December Mc, May GJ5.
I'ORK December It) 45, January $12 22Jt: May 12M.
LARD-December fG 40. January t! G2J& May
SUOAn-Cut loaf 7M7?tc; tranulated CHZ sUnd
Cash quotations were as tollow
FLOUR-Winter patent W 80(35 05; spring patent
4 ri!6(5 Gi: bakers 5 03 75.
WHEAT No 2 spring and red, 1 0OJtf3l 00M.
CORN-Vo. 2. 62J6&
FLAXSEED- 1 43.
TIMOTHY-Prlmetl 221 23.
1'OHK-Cash 10 2510 S7H.
LAHD-Casli C 309 STM.
hHORT RIHS-Cash 16 ioQ& 50.
SHOULIIERS-Iiry salusd ?5 (2435 75.
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-lo ftJSo 35.
WHISKY Jl 14.
ARTICLES. Receipt. Shipments,
Wheat 89.000 72,000
Cam .. 274,(M 175V0
Oats 231.0 a gfAWO
BUTTER Steady. Extra Creamery. 22J23C, extra
firsts 1921c, tlrts lV817c extra diary 1820c, extra
firsts dairy 17ftl7c, firsts 1315c
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas cur. Ma. Oct. 21
The Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR-XX. tec; XXX 73c: family Jin choice
$1 40: fancy tl 70: extra fancy U Kkijl S3- patent
12 l(va 2 15.
WHEAT Easier. No. 2 hard cash and October
87J6c bid. 6Sc asked. No. 2 red cash 92c bid, 03Jc
CORN Steady. No. 2 cash 4 October 49Jc
did. 4'iKc aked.
OATh-Stronjrer. No. 2 cash 41?c bid. 41Jc
asked. Ortober mc.
IlYK i"adv. No 2 cash and October Clc bid.
BUTTER Firm. Creamery l&a21c dairy 123
17. htoiepacked 3tl2c
EGdS-Klrm at 17c
HAY Steady. Fancy prairie J9 00. pood to choice
K 5037 00, timothy
li uutjy m.
Kt. Louis Produce.
ST. Lours. Mo.. Oct. 23.
WnEAT Higher. Cash 93c, December 11 OOKc.
May $1 07W.
CORN Hlcher. Cash UMc December 48?fc Mav
OATS Richer. Cah 45, Ocsober 45h. May 4CWc.
PORK-Qulet. Jobblnsr til 00.
LARD steady. Butcher grades J610.
WHISKY Steady at 1 13,
ATTOKEYS AT LAW.
Tnos. C. WILSON.
JOS. A. BHL-UACUn.
WILSOX C BRUBACHER,
Attorneys at law, 2M North Mam strert, Wichita
Kansas. Telephone No. 11. dltn-tf
W.P.CAMPUBLI- Jas. JUDvkil
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kan.
H. C. Slcss. W. E. Stanley.
sltjss e Stanley,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris cC Verm illion,
Attornoys at Law, ill S. Main St., Second floor.
J. R. Haixowtm J. E. Hume.
Late U. S. Attorney.
HALLO WELL & HUME.
Lawyers, 142 N. Main Street. Wichita, Kansas.
P. A. RoimnAuon. w. h. raccix.
ROHRBA UGH 0 RA UCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections made anywhere in tho United States and
Uuiada. No. 147 Main iu, Wichita, Kansas.
Rooms 2. 4 and 6 20JN. Main St., Wichita.
John W. Arams. G.W.Auajis.
A BAMS 0 ADAMS,
Attorneys at Law. Ofllce. first stairway east of the
Wichita National Kank. ll-tf
E. E. HAMILTOX, M. B.
STQtvSat. i?peciames: diseases oi me
ISfc:V4fc Ejc, Ear. Nose and Tin oat,
&&?&? Catarrh and flttlnsclas-es.
onice 127 N. Market street,
Israel & .Myers block.
J)R. V. C. FUR LEI'.
I'll iSUIAN : AND : SURGEON.
331 East Douglas Ave,
Tekpnonc No. 11C.
Adjoining the Office.
BR. E. EMMA COBB,
Temale and children's dlseaesa spreclalty. Home
for Ijidl" during oi.ntinement. Mrlctly private
when oo desired. Letters of Inquiry confidential
nd answers! Immediately on receipt of tame.
Homo, 711 South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. H3-tf
E. Y. MUXSELL, M. B.
Medical and Mimical dN-
mishe; and tlt-
Ofllce and residence. 1200
South Emporia. Ct-tf
Hn opened otllces over 1W North Slain treet, Wich
ita. With the practice of general medicine and sur
pery Dr. .Iennlng ill combine peclal ork on tho
Eje, Kar, No? and TlmMt. AKo, the proper ail
Justiuont of xla-ixei. Ollloe hours S to 11 a, m.: 3 to 5
p. m. residence. bl3 Lawrence avenue. DAi.
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
Office hours 9 to 10 a.m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday, 9 to
10JU.a. in. Room IS. l'echheimer Itulldlng.
C. IF. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Hitting block, Wklilta, Kansas
Rooms IS and i7
W. R. McFHERSOX,
Architect Room IS. No. 2U0 North Main Street.
Wichita, Kansas. 117-tf
v. t. rnoinirooT. o. tv. mnit
FROUDFOOT C BIRB,
Architects and Superlntendeuts. Office In Foch
A.J. A ri3 LEGATE.
(With A. D. Mallory
Abstractor Oonverancer & Notary Publia
Fine draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land in sedgw Ick county. Onice, Jut at right
of it entrance. Main street. New Court Houf,
first Uoor. Prompt servico guaranteed. UC-tf
BR. E. H CREBITOV..
DentlM. Office 144 N. Main over smith A Stover-.
Vli-.hjsedalr dmlnisUreI. Residonce 638 N. To
pvku avenue, Wichita, Kansas. l-tt
B. W. SMITH,
Intlt. 117 Noth Main Street, one dear seth f
Tlniay foss Funuta.e House. Wichita, Kan. fclf
Pull set of teeth, K IS, and ?W
Gold Miliars t. and up: stiver. Tfc;
hxtracMng w'th cocaiit, 5ixu Wo
guaral.tee salivf ictiOJl.
fir Painless Daatlsts.
BOYB'S BEXTJ L ROOMS,
DK. T. F. IkiYH. Dit. .T a. Hollexhsbgeh
H"Lat Doaglas Aveaue. N-tT
j. 11. rniuips. s.K,rHiu.trs.
FH1LLTPS .0 PITTLLIFS,
hi LKINARY SVKULO.NS.
Gradiiates of the Ch Irate WtM-lnarr Oot!fn.
We are prepared Xo do all kinds of vejerlnarv
trark. lnrlNdlMg Dentistry, Canine ant caltW
iTftClke. Hospital scctfiuiaodatioo tor all patients
requiring special care at 1 perdat Persons wth
liC to iurcft.4 a horoe can ae it examined and a
certificate of Hindne lwu for 14. in rrerv we
use Ue latest di- Ktr hclulne an operattag ShM.
Calls by telepho&e, txrapa -r mail will receive
prompt attention by day r night.
OSice. 114 North Iiwreace Avense. OfSce tele
phone No. 7L Keshlenoi CM N. Tuteka are. Rei.
deace telephone .N o. S1&. 12 tf
The Photographer. Pictures In all tie and tyW
He also carries the finest asoorwaent f ptctare
iraMeAinthedty. Give lilra a frieadly call and
A handsome lithograph map of the city,
showing all the streets and location of the
public buildings, etc, for tale at this
aBn-.ASF? f 'VV ens of E e, l'.ar. N
z?-tfJ Vt Throat. Itemovnl
V0' lB' ""J otier ble
J. O. Datcbson, Pres. O. A. Waiktr. V. P.
John Dxbst, Cashier.
CITIZENS1 : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'RS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Larjest Paid Up Capital of any Bank la tho Etats
Shippers of Lire Stock can save "botli
time and money by doing their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF THE CITIZEXS BANK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
C. A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal Estate Dealers,
Buy and-e!l Real Estate on commKsIon, collect
rents, have repairs mado economically and remit
proraptlv. C orrespondenco solicited. Now Is tho
time to buy and jay the foundation for a fortune
Reference: All jiin.es for whom wo hare done
business, here or elsewhere. 1U7 North Jlatn
6treet in citizens' uanu UallUing. Telephone, 22
R, C. IbltAEL
Eeal Estate and Bents.
To buy Wichita city property or Sedcwlck county
land at jiresent prices mean.-, lanie returns on your
monev, Wichita, with her stock and other indus
tries, is just In her infancy, and such bargains as we
can now offer wore never offered before. All h.iviw
business In our line are Invited tocallorcorrespond.
Tho Wichita Interests of non-residents properlv
and faithfully cared for. Office second iloor 123
North Market, Israel Ilulldlnt'. d'jOtf
W ASS AM, BAVIES ROOB
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Larcest list of cly and island property for sale,
Alio tho faniwis Alvin and Hitchcock fruit lands
lor sale. rite for information.
Office Moody building, Galveston, Texas. 102ti
MISS AXXIE C. REEL,
VOICE CULTUItE AND PIANO.
Room 315 fced&wlck Illock. 103 lin
ALL HALLOWS ACABEMY,
Poard nnd tuition, per nimum. J1.V). Addres.
Sister SuiKirior. Sisters of Charity. U. V. M. 105-tf
jtissotiti iMciriri:. r.
Kansas Cltv Express
St. Louis Sfall and t
. 7:10A M
. 2JVl l i
.10 31 I'M
.! CJ5 P It
2-O0 V t
H II V M
4:15 P M
5-15 P U
Kansiis City Kxpress
Wichita axii roi.oiiADO,
Colorado .M'lll and Express....
Depot Second and Wlcnlta streets ticket office 120
North Jlaln street. E. E. Rt.t.rKi.EV.
ra!ncei and Ticket Agent.
TlitE TABLE CHICAGO, HOCK loLAMJ Jc PACIFIC
HA I LAVA V.
("Great Rock Island Route.")
In effect 011 and after October 19. 1331.
I AllKIVi: I LEAVE
COINO VOICTI! M ",AT.
Denver and Pacific Coast
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
and Chicago. Through
Mail and ex. dally
No. 4 Kan-MS City, St. Louis
anil Chicago night ex.
No. ta Accommodation.
daily except Sunday..
No. 3 Kansas City, fct. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily
No. 1 Kansas City, st. Limit
and Chic igo through limit
and ex. ihtilv
No. 01 Accoiniii'Mi.itioii, daily
6 M)A 31
31 25 A 31
Elegant reclining t'-ilr cars on all tr.iln and
Pullman "leepers frtmi Wlehit.i to Kansas City ami
IhU-Hgo w.tiiout cha.ig- .i night trains. Tickets
sold and lmgguge cliei ' . d through to all points
noith. south. -s and r, and tmnnshlp tickets
Fold 1. all Kuropean points nt lowest rates. City
ticket office M Eat Douglas .ienue. corner liin
ttreet; passenger Nation corner Douglas and Moai
avenues. Telephone 19t.
C. A. ItirrncKi'OKn. Ticket Agent.
J.VO. SrnASTIAX, U. T. i. V. A.. Chicago, 111.
SI. I Ot'IS i. SAX FHANCISTO it. K.
I AKKIVh I LEAVE
Going We-t, p.s tto Ells
worth! Going wet, puss, (stops at
Going East, paeneer
Going I Jiit, ,meiiger.
Going W t to Barrton
'. A 'I
Pfl6 A M
City Cnion Ticket oce. 122 North Main street
and L'nlou Deot, Dougkis avenue.
1CU11A A EblKltN K. R.
AKHIVK I l.EAVB
Going West, pas. (daily)
uoing v est. xretgnt
Going East, pas
Going ljist. frelglit
1035 a Ml
D. H. Rhoiies, Freight & Pass. Agu 12.N. Maid
SupL. cor. 4th and Douglas.
Vniwi Ticket oCiee 12 North Main Hret. and at
Uuion Depot, Douglas avenue. W. D. MniDOCK.
ATI HiN. TWl'LKA A SANTA FKK.K.
I AKHIVK 1 I.KTE
NOKTII AXlt LAST.
Colorado aiid Callforala ex
press . .
MIITI1 AM WEST.
Oklahuma A- lauhandlo ex
City I'nKxi Ticket ofllce 12t North Main street, and
Vntoo Depot. Dugtos avenue.
VHOLESAIL AND RETAIL
Corner First street and Lawrence Avenue.
Chicago Yards. "Sth and iron streets, Chicago.
A. MJ.it!:. aJec.:i Geo. L. I'rau, and ueo, W.
Croes, Resident Partners.
Dr. J. E. Bennett
PILFS, FIrKK-FITri. . and all dtuei of
the renam eursl w i'iniut the ue of the knife, llga-
tortMa-icsordeunitl a 'r-r. business. No money
to i paid until patient .s . unst.
Irnate D:en.ses in both mxc speedily cved.
Call o or address
DR J E. BFV'.-ETT.
16t: Wichita oOtcc 143 S Mala St.
Three ThrensM Train.
Two night, one morning, Kansas Citv tt
Chicago. " The Santit Fe route. 4'&l
Xight express for Kansas C3ty. St. Louis
and tie east leaves Wiehita at 9:443 p. m.
Chair cars and PallButu sleepers on thi?
train. Missouri Pacific railway. 10T tf
If you have a railroad ticket to fell or
want to buy a cheap ticket to any part of
the countrv, don't fail to call on YV. II.
Bakor, the ticket broker. Office in Man
hattan hoiel. SStf
Deeds, Mortgages, etc.. (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at ibis oftice.
Adersa the WichituEAOLE, AVfcbftn Kan,
ELMIDGE & CAMPBELL;
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
REFERENCE Bradstreers Report, Citizens' Bank. Kansas Natl Tnfr.
B. VT. ELDRIDOE.
Special Information by Wire Free on Application.
HYE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEE&LtfTTS
Take stage at Wharton for Stillwater;
Billy Snyder, proprietor. diS tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
The Wichita Eagle,
dH tf Wichita, Knnm.
Colorado short line, Missouri Pacific
railway, through car service to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver, Missouri
Pacific railway. d5S tf
This office is Dreoared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
nse Coop s blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
Do not be deceived by speciously worded
advertisements of other lines. The Frisco
Limited is the fastest train to St. Louis by
more than one hour with incomparably
the finest equipment. No charges and no
delays at junction points. dll3-tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
We have for sale at this office a sectional
man 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
Take the Frisco fiver to St. Louis and
the east. It leaves "Wichita at 2:25 p. m.
Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
souri Pacific "Pleasant Hill route."
Through sleeping and chair airs without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 5Sd tf
0UK (MLS li EUE0PE.
HOW THEY DIFFER
The Charm of the American Girl Abroad.
Her Lifo in France, and How Sho
Adapts Herself to Her Surroundings.
Her Sphere In KuglanU.
Certainly our daughters cannot pretend
to reign in France und in Europe as the
young girls reign in America. There they
are queens, and sometimes more, though
it is very hard to apply to such bewitching
persons the words "merciless tyrants."
They rule in the family, and the family
does not rule them: they rule in the soci
ety which gravitates around their pleas
ures, whose laws, customs and liberties
have for thorn exclusive protections, in
dulgences and favors. And all this they
noisily enjoy with tho same ardor dis
played by their fathers in the pursuit of
The great charm of the American girl in
Europe is that she combines at once the
purity of the young girl and the coquetry
of the young married woman. Thus in
.he Old World she is certain of attracting
all the young men who have abused life,
who tire a little blase and who to be capti
vated have need of what they call du
The young American girl in France,
even though she should reside there a long
time, still remains a peculiar being, dis
turbing the men and a source of uneasi
ness to the women. Once married she
immediately lays aside her eccentricities.
There are no young American married
women that is to say, nothing in tho
manner of tin American who has become
mndame distinguishes her from another
nCR PLACE IN FRANCS.
Tho young French girl finds liberty in
marriage; the young American girl loses
it. Our daughters detach themselves from
a family in marrying; the Americans enter
one. They are suddenly surrounded by a
circle, by proprieties, by worldly customs,
b3" social duties, by the exigencies of con
jugal fidelity, by the duty of defending a
reputation which has become common
property all serious things which trans
form their character, their manner of be
insr, and gradually model them after the
likeness of their surroundings. Two or
three j-ears after her marriage the Ameri
can in France is a woman of the world,
and if she could loe her accent nothing
would distinguish her from her new circle.
Doubtless formerly sho commanded and
was olxyed, but how far she was from oc
cupying the position which she occupies in
Francel True, she did not yield to respect,
but in return she did not inspire it. She
had more personal initiative, but she did
not govern others; she tormented her mo
ther, and perhaps led her, but the men of
her family did not deferentially ask her
Her husband in America would seek her
advice for nothing. She might be a fa
vored companion in conjugal life; she
would not be, as in France, the wife, the
friend who shares all the projects of the
husband, is associated in all his acts, and
makes of conjugal life tho noble life in
And her children how they are much
more her own; how she rules their educa
tion; how much longer they belong to her!
It is when married, in France, that she is
best assimilated to her surroundings, and
it is then that with us she is mobt happy.
HOW SHE ACTS IN ENGLAND.
In England the young American girls
come in much larger numbers, not because
they are drawn thither by any affinity of
race, for there is often less analogy of char
acter between two siters than between
two strangers, but because English girls
have more liberty than French a first re
sistance is already overcome; the marriage
able men do not perform such an eccentric
act in introducing into their families as a
fiancee a young miss accustomed to inde
pendence. Therefore the American girl
married in England remains more Ameri
can than in France.
She has to make no efforts to lead her
mother-in-law, sisters-in-law and cousins
by marriage to accept her ways, her habits
contracted in girlhood. Fault may be
found with her education, but the method
of this education will not be discu.eL
Not having to become otherwise she re
mains bercelf, yielding only to what she
accepts in EnclUh society or to that whkh
she finds advantageous to her position or
In Italy, in Rome, in Florence, in Venke
she remains uncb&aced. The one who
marries her accepts her with all her ways.
She imposes thae, almost colonises tbem
in her circle. Everything is a PAineri
caioe the mode of living, of keeping
house, the immoderate luxury, the tone,
the bearing, kalian society, having be
come cosmopolitan, accepts be.- sa she is,
and even at court the place given her is
more American than Italian.
That which is striking in American girls,
and which inducts French. English and
Italian noblemen to marry tbem, is that
they never look like fbopkeupers' daugh
ters. They sometimes have unbearable,
-hocking ways, bat they are never Ttilgar.
They may be charged with what we call in'
France airs de cocodettes, cot not one of
them looks like a tradeswoman, thongh
they are mostly the daughters of manu
facturers. The American girl has the science of
sleaslcg irbich. c3DUTa; eTca the Old
ortu uva J uans unawares, aae seems to
us exceptionally intelligent, putting forth
all her talents to attain tho final end
which is trapping, often for his own good,
a titled husband. Mme. Juliette Adams
in North American Review
An Anecdote of Tennyson.
The late Rev. R. S, Hawker, vicar of
Marmenstow, was a poet of good quality.
His work attracted the attention and ad
miration of Mr. Tennyson, and the lauro
ate made up his mind to pay a visit to
Xorth Cornwall, and he took a letter of
introduction to Mr. Hawker. With char
acteristic carelessness, however, he mislaid
tho letter, and forgetting the name of the
gentleman he wanted to meet Tennyson
was in a delectable quandary. But the
local inn keeper assured him that it must
be the clergyman he desired to see, as the
clergyman was the only man in those parts
who had any time to waste on poetry.
The clergyman bade his visitor a hearty
welcome, and the two enjoyed a two hours'
confabulation. When he arose to depart
Tennyson said: "Perhaps you would like
to know who I am: my name is Tennyson."
"Any relation to the Tennyson?" asked
Mr. Hawker. The laureate answered, "I
don't know what you mean by tho Ten
nyson, but I am Alfred Tennyson."
Of course Mr. Hawker was surprised
and delighted. He insisted that his vis
itor should remain still lonser, but Tenny
son said, "No, I cannot; the fact is, I'm
dying for a pipe." This put the reverend
host into a serious dilemma. Ho had never
smoked in all his life, and there was nei
ther cigar, pipe nor tobacco in the house.
But presently a happy thought dawned
upon him. The laborer in yonder garden
might have a pipe to lend. Would the
poet-laureate disdain that relief? 2o, not
So the honest laborer was approached,
nnd right cheerfully he produced his
stumpy clay d a goodly portion of the
weed coarse, strong stuff, but as grateful
to the laureate as food to a starving man!
So there the two poets sat all that pleasant
summer day, the old clergyman recitinc his
verse and the laureate pulling away at the
stumpy clay pipe, and grunting as cheerily
as a pig in a trough.
That was very many yeare ago, but Mr.
Tennyson is as fond as ever of his pipe.
Smoking is in fact the only vice to which
he seems ever to hnve been addicted. Eu
gene Field in Chicago News.
An Cast River Authority.
Across the East river, on Ward's island,
lives Capt. Bill, son of the ancient manner
who ran the ferry to the island from his
little tavern at the foot of Ono Hundred
and Tenth street forty odd years ago.
Capt. Bill is the oldest inhabitant of tho isl
and, being born on its soil some thirty years
ago or a trifle more, and now the guardian
of the deserted buildings belonging to the
commissioners of emigration. Of sun
burned or ruddy complexion and athletic
build, ho is the historical authority on all
matters which concern the East river and
the Hell Gate region.
When he was born the only buildings on
Ward's island were the old cotton mill in
which the emigration commission then
housed its charges, the old homestead of
Sandy Gibson, the mansion of the Kandels,
nnd Uncle John Kill iker's fishing hostelry,
opposite Astoria. The visitor to Ward's
island, by the way, who asks for Mr. Mill
nor will be met by a stare of astonishment.
If he asks for Capt. Bill he will be under
stood at once, and will bo sure of a wel
come. Xew York Sun.
Self Cocking Revolvers in Turk Row.
The connection between gun shops, cheap
restaurants and ready made clothing is
sufficiently obscure, yet old Chatham
street, now called Park row, rejoices in
little else. Perhaps after patronizing them
a man becomes reckless enough to be will
ing to commit suicide. It is a curious fact
that the so called tough element will buy
nothing in the shape of a revolver except
one of the self cocking pattern, nnd this
in spite of the fact that no man was ever
able to hit anything with me of them at a
greater distance than ten feet. Thoe
"guns" have long at;o been abandoned in
the southwest, tho great pull needed on
the trigger making anything like aim im
possible, yet owing to the demand for them
in New York they are the only kind tho
pawnbrokers will advance money on.
New York Telegram.
Facts About Parrots.
People expect to come into a bird store
and open up a conversation with a parrot
off hand. They fail, and then make up
their minds that the parrot i3 worthless.
This will apply to the majority of people.
They do not give the bird credit for the
intelligence it actually possesses. There aro
parrots in St. Louis valued at from $."0 to
$150 that will not be coaxed into a conver
sation with a stranger, and yet they are
among the best talkers extant.
The birds often refuse to "perform" when
there are purchasers looking on, but onco
the store is cleared of people they will
chatter away as though their very life de
pended on their beinK beard. The major
ity of parrots will take to a girl or a wom
an much quicker than to one of the sterner
sex. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
They "Wero Tlnncst.
The other morning as a farmer was com
ing into the city by way of the Grand River
road a bag of oats slid off his load unno
ticed. A citizen stood at his gate and wit
nessed the occurrence without saying a
word. When he thought it safe to do so
he ran out to securo the bag, but as ho
reached it a second man came up.
"I saw it first," said one.
"No, vou didn't!"
"Say, you!" both called in chorus to the
farmer, and as he turned about each man
went his way. As there ws likely to be a
fav? as to who should profit by the find
they dedded to bt each other by being
honest. Detroit Fre Pre.
Language comes more easily to un
than to other-, bat it is a deeirable acqui
sition, and therefore it is essential that the
book and the tesber in th cboolhoue
should join in irdncing the etndent to ex
press hinwlf. Xot that men nnd women
must be able to talk all the whJL. Under
this fashion of things the world weald
soon be talked to death. The ential
thing is that the mind be made capable of
examining a subject, amplifying a Ueie,
until it shall awuiae tome fallowa of sym
metry and. general bety. New York
While out at fa on hfa page from
Wilbelavshavea to 0-od. en roat for
the iile of Wicbt, th Gfrman emperor
seat off a crtrrW pion ariTn a mttwage
that was to he t4er;bi to the rnprwi.
The bird reached 'WiihlnluiTea is two
hour, where the totrgnun was deciphered
and dispawhed at once to her majesty.
The late Lacraaec Oiiphaat was accss
tomed to remark that of all the situ that
burdened au rooeoeace sad weighed oa
his most eccentric mlad. Uie most grieves
la his own eyes wa& tb&tof hariag h
veated" JL de Btewitr'.
A Tlsorons Old Ate.
Ex-Vice President Haaafbnl Kamlia -rtlll
retalsf the repotatioe of beisg toe yooag
est old man ta lUsgor, Me. His hacith
cootinae so rugged ihxt be to bos yet
abandoned bis life long nxic te get along
without BrabrdLu orevercoau. Tho old
gentleman's chief amu&e&ent nowAdaya is
THE PEOPLE'S C0IO1S.
Your Wants Supplied
T.e following rates under the different he-att..
Till be ctargeu.
SofPayable Strictly in Advance.
No cWerttene3t taken for lee than 10 cent.
One line adTtrtlsements cltxgeU aome rata at t-
SO ADVERTISEMENTS TAKEN "TO RUN I
Friers clven under clMl2ed heads In th! co'a
ippllcatd only to local ailver:leinets. No rorei
a.lrrtl5:r.oaU ttken at prl es given
Aethers to adrrrtlvenxnt rent la care of
EaGLE oSice tUoutrt tx i rIUkI for wilSta hi J
after ir.ner'.'.oa. Wiiea & erttr wisb rtlj ..
ware! to Ue stamp? entelotws cum be o:
Hefarenre to forrcr aUventsetceaU shouul
letcrtpttonajiciualeGf insertion or copy of the
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Not respcisthle fnr advertisements clven or C
continued by telephone.
V'AXTEB FEMALE HELP.
luder this head 3c per line per day.
TyANTED-A GOOD. COMPJCTKNT OIKL TO
M do ceneral homework. Apply at Ne 1MM N.
Lawrence ave. dUBIl
WANTKD-A GIKt. FOK GENERAL. llOt'SE
t work, in a famUy of two. Call at North
Park ave.. Collect: Ulu. J13?-tf
UANTED-A OIRL TO COOK AND DO OKN
eral houswork. No vrahla. Ajipir 3 3 S
WANTKD-A r'HtsT Ct.ASb OIKL CAN OET
I a good place by callllns nt 1Kb N. Lnffnact
me. None other need apply. Mrs. 21. J. Olivw.
ANTED-A OiKL FOR OKNKKAL HOUSli
rrurk. Apply ut Chjiapiou'a book Mtira.
M iscella n cons.
V walt hauds. L. t, llrevLen, Klutciwr tck.
SI T UA TI OXS FEMA L E.
L nder this lieud lc per line per day.
UTANTED-A bITCATION TO DO L1U1IT
timieworic. Call or address I. K. It . earo
KJCle oOli. dUB-A
M iscella n eons.
WANTKD-A PLACE TO WOKK FOR BOARD
II and St week and co to school near F1rt
ward school. Wlllinctodo uasiiliic and Ironlnc.
Addrus "u K" tiito office. 1IWM
J)RESSMA KIX G.
rnritr tbto head 2e per litw per day.
J A X TED MA LE HELP.
L niter tlito head '."c per liuv per duy.
A,'A.MU)-(itHJU lll.OOM MAKER AT WICH-
lta llroom Factory, 016 N. Muln U dUMt
Boohkeejiers and Clerks.
"WANTKI--ALESMAN TO f151"1' LINK OF
1 1 ciifHtx (Ml 11- month awl tejLpom paid.
AUdrea wiUi ewmp Sumatra CHchtcuimpm, Liu.
cuKO. 111. W-H
M iscealla n eons.
SI TUA Tl OXS MA L IL
Luiltr this head lc per Hue par day.
M iscella n eons.
rANTKD-BY AN KNKMOKTIC YOUNO
T V man a situ, e to du elxn es for beard whl le at
tending school. Cndentlunil U cm of horww and
cou s. OumI rsferoiicen. CuM at ofilce of seolli wwit
ern liito imum Coiiece. dliwt
J'.mjttoiment A yeneies.
llxitr 1L1 h-Md 'A. per line pr!ar
AM KUr OK Til K Kli K WlVnO H A 1 L-
1 load. Hi men at Omaha. MMgea 1 tt mt 4f
The coupaii) will pawi u to IU work ixt hwrk ut
Oklahoma J or a winter's Joo. if you want rmptny
tututoi any klixl. mutt or woman, it to My bwlxxw
t furuiau IL J. Jt. keawonhy, oppevMe Hotel
BL SIX ESS CJ1A 2i fiSf.
A G EX TS WA TED.
I nder tilts head le per liB jt day.
WAN'ltl- At.fc.Mi TO ftl.L TM PINI.KSb
I tat he Lice. ti- ouiy Hue rrr iavenlmi mm
holds tfceiiutlM- wIUmtoI Mtc a perfect turn;
Jaueat m-rutiy tMxii:MM itttiy byi.tffitu tvlMNa
lhexc.uakvrigbt i iven. on iwript of ttt cents
v. e will M-nU h saaipt Hut by MWit. io elrrtiiao;
lrk Iim aud tentui tu aui. mow mr wrruurr
Moore. Addre T.e IiuUH t IoUhw Lin t. ft
llfruas street. WorcMir, Mum. UI-vAn too
AT THK 81. MIRK
Tr ANTKD AOKNTH-IV KNKKY CITY. TOWN
bttd uila in tan I Bit I 4ats (Me4 la
tatul Kaiikaa; t UinatlUMripUolM. hiMminlnri
can Mt4e iMMiey. Ne capUa4 te)iMe4. l4Bil
en. le ire. 1 at cTTitwl iwikk ibwHey ta b at !
h k(i P ciols. AkirM Mm toiuut kl.
1 AX TEB--M 1 SCELLAX EO US
ANTtD-A GOjD KTE MAK AT WICH-'.t-i
llarttwara More, ta E. iueia. d !
WANTLD-BY A bTE.KOONAI'MRR TO
T Y nerk is a taw oatce In '.Urn aftrrniMMta for a
of a Hemineton lypewruar. AaMtan. " A " naaan 1.
1HS MIK. dla
W'ANTED-OIRLS WaXTJSO PLACES TO
II taUal ViomAO'e El tb.c JttN. Hmtu at.
A'ASTE--LAWtJ H'tHHINO RKL1 ALL
1 at Weau'i luaaac Mi . Mao. M At
ATi.I-KVEHVlOtir TO KOVT THAT
Kaoetie m miliar bb bok bis ' w Pra
CMI for SfriU
rfi It wort lEi
ter sfriu tmt Ik, J-.rery wa kara uaa fc
It work lEat a lb-ar-oM oar
ciaa taw woras f4r4 ana la Min aUe a
Coe4 tut new, l a iso bav a lar. ax si efciru aaxl
MiruB4-ba4 clotbn2 for wur aA ,uuX ftU m. a.
Knewjaja. rvooit: ipjuaaarly aide- 41W
ATErA ra.vio vHnyatt AKoVivoi
l at OTkteL A. wim. Tvttm US 2i tan art
ANTED-INDIES AD OKNTLEXE TO
ataaltbe KizbA Bcbi U ! nojUiw Um
fcatikk ttrUrgm. MkarOkeao, bin kkuaant. ym
nvaittthip ane) af tfcmrfa; IMaj-aajgliiy Ucia. cti m
heMt lor clttMi-t. 4mt
VV-"aS-IXIA aCOD. UEXTLE iIeitimI.
i aM (ar bbv oe froea at aalAI Jaao.iry I
ban. Anly TiatfesSakE.Mwrl at. htrmmmtt
ttastei-a"xice. male Maltese cat.
V AjrylCBE.lecJT. XUtW
WANTRD-laOARD AJSD JKXK
1 1 av UrmUj Iky a yemsc -1-drs
133 N. Tta e.
H A ri-
"IUAXTED-TO BtTT A SECOHU-ltAXO
Y ire fr bare er Mft oaui- wcaw
k aWr lur kavrbw m eu- rasajn. AeVero. aA
XZZ 1zliouUn x4 ynct, at tr ml totcm mt
YTA.vrEi-A rw yxnt takw its
J.Ja O. 9kaM. ta aUAVlt
Sted-secvnd-hanJ iaijitM aso
bsrr. iikjiiII. TtAttf aKWoaurr
rise iarUnaUr i rr. far . a nar taM-
nA VUX&ml. AMiwi fcWBfloy tttnnir. Jtt.
TMoaotsH wcitvnm max
or !. ?ai-aiaalqraurauiyia
r 9Umt any Mtk
Aealrui.1 S. E. dim
mrawaxrakOM rtfe fsnj.
ATZi-TXKE Oft XOtK MOiMm ITE-
itmm AaWrwA EMar,
A ANTKU 1 K3f.
what m Misntrr
wrae ir riauVe lar Rrtf aarv.
to WictM TaieWktS cawjsaxr. X X. Jtaa.
AJSTIiV-tLrKE. 30OE KZKTXH. srTEJt.
eeyrnQbn ajae ameTiioa laanwioii. mt mmmt
rvtMu wftei I i ciaaa i OUyoejrr a3ika)Bl
ill tb- atM braoct. call M. taaa i. Ipi i'l
Hailtt'j' :. Dvai4i Afed T-i -,
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In l A tA
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied.
T ANTED WATERBCKY'S SCHOOL OF
. ' saorthand anil typo wrttlnr. Y. IL C. V.
lwlkltec. i sessions dally. tW-W
L'ader this head 3c pr line per day.
irvm SALE-A JKRiEY UCLL CALF SIX
JL1 teooih w, eliviblo to reglstrr. Prtco tKJa.
KBas National Bowk. dlJlf
L)"OK hALB-STOVEPlPE AT WUOI.KsALK.
A? KUe A- CU. UU E Docclas btc. U13m
POR SALK-T1IREE "BItOOn MAKES AND
X lure mHcb eo vr. Call or address s. JIa. ket.
fOK SALE AT A BARQaIN. ONE COTTAOK
X e-rcaa. only a.ed a shart tint; tiio a pwkI
drlrteg or riding poay.ac N. Market. dUtS-A
t?OK SALE - HOUSEHOLD KCRMTCRK
V cheap: to N seld at vnce; also a dray wa-gn.
Call at 331 toatU ilarket. d07-
( OR LK-.V NE'V 1 ROOM HOTEL KOR
A? talc tnqulra at McMahanDetccUt acencr
r'OK SALE-ONE LOT OV FARM MACUINERY
L conlUn; tt mower, 7aV,p)ow, aad other
tarn srileies; alsasnot cun and Winchester rifle: if
m oid l prtTfcia .! win bo atd at aucuott
I amav. Octetwr h, at Trent's ascttoa stand,
Dmcias and Wwr su. Wlcnlu, Le -ejriott.
For salk-jersey'cowsit AS S.MAI
For salk-ko iiorses. we have one
aatxtrtrf hr.ul of ttcHXMand tnarvs, ranjlnj in
aje frtMR 3 1 i yrar- old. and a number of malm
lor Mkta. Alio two .Nnaan and two HatnbletonUtt
Mlties. or lartnsr toformatlon. call on U. M.
Ixoastw. roost 1, 3S N. Main st icaita Kan.
j;OR SALE CHKAI'-ONK HHiT CLASi i'AS
l rottcsr Ueket to LoISTlUe,Ky . tla. of Kanus
Ctty aha ijC Loftks. Addrcus Jcket," cars Eat;
lOR SA LK-T1rirlrRESiTdvK AND
1 oftteJ.X lalBiadi & Co. store, by E.
J . PoiPlar, Z DtfaeUs uv. dtSVU
I.'OK SALK - A LOT OF SECOND UAND
A iMttcfeer touts. Ihuch & U rover, SS North Main.
X tlus oAc. uU papers uiuw lur backing vuv
t:ic umw Kitrvvt. e..
i;oR r-ALE"-iCALK DOOKS. IsllORT HAND
X liters' Me Itfwka, blank rrceiyts and nota
ltks att Vnfai Wuaka of every kiad. Mali orUars
I romplt) alinUrl tu. CaituuoralHircs in WlcU-
lu tsl, V KblUL. han. IW-lf
Irolt bALK-A HANDSOME
. HHip ut ttxulyuf 'WivtiUa.cifcs
cs nasi Of UtU
o sun Uili on
linen naccr. wiu trBta uiU. J lur I0cruU.U
rruuailuMa. AuaitMlha ViU4tJL Eat, WlnJuVs
l?OR ai-DEED, MORTOAQ1W AND Ant,
A VJikU of lcal btaakst B4auk riKivtpt books, nota
WWik. tc at U HintUt Laclu oClva.
Kuitl kwekuptiy uUaOU to.
I ade r Uti Urt le per llt pr ay
170R EXCHAVt.K-! OR HBAtHKSOJ' OOOti
X! luBU nar Lmm, In ltattr iuBlr, kaik. for
euUlt will uhi in ouhm uMy wa a cotxl dual A. b.
; will uh
U. V K:kl
1 OST -POCKKT IKXiK CONTAlNl.NO
tiOcg aruM- tut SWatMl eftwOl clMBS Iutot-
th.o aftler atn Ix mh! by ho ihis but lilo ownr. A
rewura if rwMtrnou tu lit N. Moxlry rtl Jt
JOfcT-A UU1IT LYNX JTR JTOLE ON N.
U Main btrtn DrtilM aod TtrHih M. Hndir
v. m Nva rwumt nuuKt to lit N.Maiu t aad r
crtlfo rewasd. dlatt-U
I'Nder tut UA per Una per day.
OTRAYIlD-A RED lOW WITH A LEATHER
J haitvr on. WUtr atrup brtsw. flBdor will re
vate raw-.rU tqr iMVtns ui HM N. Waibtcston avn.
STRAYED OR STOLEN KROM XK NORTH
Whrhlta. WmI AhU, ihhi Iron cray aad on or
colt, upward (or InfoiiMMtWu or Uivtr return to
Mr. ItrtctMPi.HoMitMMiMS.No. i. diwtt
fader Uils lirud lc pr line yx day
FOR SALE J torses a nd Vehicles
1 imIt this brd ie twr llu per day.
FOR R ES T Houses.
I tutor lliti Imit J- pr llo per day.
ca for ken r - iioubk' with modern Tin
fcS provtmioBta kiiltatde for small family, on
uwk of new court liouso. I'kmmUou clven at once.
Lull at lta L. 11urt. dlA
4VtlK RKnT-KIAT WITH MODK11N IM
H protreiuenu. wa?r, sas and bain, In wood or.
(l-.r, I3S kv.i-.iui, Apytyuiueu. inn num.i .i.
IKOK RENT-AN ELKVKN-ROOM
QL tikl) iHrulMtwl inrouulMut, ultabla lor
kptn iMMTtler. wuaiu two b4uok of liutitfla ave.
rent ry rvHiHHtaM t a rponsltte party. Also a
x room extract, ft (Ml s. tfury daaltable. clo ID.
IBttmltr ul tSU . ltwretw. II AX
FOlt REST Rooms.
I nder tbls bead 2c per Uneperday.
I.MR RENT -NICELY
X Itft board. MS N. 1 e
t?OK RhNT-A NICELY"
JL na Ktouud I
mmr. Iti pr1l' fauiliy, im block
ofDotHdaaaud Main r AUo lor rent oue-bwlf or
ail or it f urh !! l imm. vrtuiin toe Wu.inr. part of
Uisctty. cil mt ablrM No. Ul W. WUUauta at.,
WKhlii, Kjw. dltOlf
dUSM X tarntithed. atUftii. jnpru.
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