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I& mkMtK -Mij gaagje: fftftlaij gatomhig, fjMcmfcet- 7, 1890
Tteceipts of Live Stock at tho Union Stock
Yards during the paat 24 hours
60 Cattle, 1,409 Hogs. Shipments
28 Cattle, No Hoffs.
Tho cattle market was steady with re
ceipts fair. Some good feeding and stock
cattle were sold for good prices. Butchers
cows and heifers are in good demand and
bring good prices for good quality, Poor
cows and scalawags are not very ready
sellers. There was no change in pnecs.
The receipts of hogs were good today.
The market was from 5 to 10 cents lower
for medium hogs. Heavy hogs were steady
at yesterday's prices. Tho bulk of the
hogs was bought by packers at from $3.70
to 3.80. Considerable sorting was done.
There were two or three loads of late hogs
hold over, also a few skips. Tho market
closed 5 to 10 cents lower than yesterday.
WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Wichita. Kan., Nov. G.
Receipts of cattlo fair. No change In quotations.
Native shipping etc, good to extra,. .J3 25 0J
Good to extra native butcher steers, 1003
Native feeding steers
Choice tows and heifers ,
I olrto kochI cowk ami heifers..
Bulls and etagi
I'oorer trades and icallawacs.
Veal calves, per head
Teres xtoerb, (rood to extra
J exas steers, fair.
Jit Cows and heifers
. 1 75 A2 7S
. 1 75 2 00
. 1 23 1 70
,. 1 25 Ml 75
. 1 W a2 50
. 1 75 tt 00
. 1 35 S.1 M
.. 1 00 fill 10
. 50 1 DO
. IM (5.7 K)
. 2 50 2 75
. 2 20 2 5
,. 1 25 fl 75
fi60 2 ."
810 1 25
870 1 16
. J73 2 25
rcllowlne are the ropreiontatlvo ualei of cattle at
t lie stock yards today:
No. Description. Av't, Trice.
4 FeodlncBtoers 796 2 an
1 Feeding steer 70 2 35
K. Stockerf, BTO 2 X
15 Workers Ml 2 25
Oxen UX. 1 25
2 Cows 185 175
1 Cow 'M 140
1 Cow.. 1110 1 75
a Gannors ......106 l 00
8 Hnifers OSS 1 40
3 Bulls.. ... MM) 1 4U
2 Calves SR 2 30
2 Calves, tl 50 each.
Tlio run of hoRs was coed. The quality -was cood
bat market declined 5ftlUc on packing hogs.
The folloTrlng are tho representative sales of hogs
1 the yanla today:
3So Dock Av. Price. Vo Dock At. rrici
fi) .... 2."2 .ISO 10 ... WM 3 85
01 120 2.11 3 HI 9 .... 410 5 65
12 .... HO hSt) S 210 .TR5 3 M
ffl 80 246 3 80 7 .... SH) 3 85
4l .... 20J 8 77M 3 .... .N) 3 85
r) to ::u sttui 9 Lmi .i 3 85
.f .... 20S S77UI 7 HO .TO 3 85
Hi 60 219 3 77J,! 11 . .. 8FK 3 ts)
7(1 4(1) 2K 3 7X 13 80 1 3 H)
Tl 100 277 8 77W 7 80 JWU 3 K)
7 .... 21 8 77W 7 1C0 374 3 80
7 .... 241 3 77W 3 .... XU 2 81
3 .... SOil 3 77W 3 .... 430 " 3 77J
W 300 2iK 3 7214 fl .... 855 3 75
7,t .... 1W 3 72W 2 .... :?) 3 75
f.'. 280 1 8 71 2 .... 3 3 76
67 2S0 20;l 3 70 3 80 410 3 75
77 200 221 8 70 2 .... 3 70
11 .... 244 STO I .... SZ2 3 65
2 .... TJ0 8 70 nah AN1 MOIITS.
S 40 0S 3 70 4 40 187 8 25
MEXICOS. 25 120 107 3 15
19 80 801 3 85 19 .... 125 3 00
Coort mutton ? heen. fOlllOD 3 Wai 25
Unod Btoek nwos, 7580 2 tihiK :)
Cootlitocl'.eUierg. T6&8& 3 UM3 fO
Cood to extra lainU 4 COW 4 50
Unnofhogs good today. Heavy hogs
Houston shipped a load of cattle today.
E. II. Swim, Kewton, had hogs in today.
Gibbons Bros, Haven, had a load of hogs
on the market.
T. E. Garland, Akron, marketed a load
Df hogs todaj'.
T. J. McLaughlin & Col, Anness, had
cattle and hogs in today.
E. J. liiohmond, South Haven, sent in a
load of hogs.
W. T. Bulkley, Derby, brought in a
load of hogs today.
J. J. McVay, Ilazloton, had cattle and
hogs on the market today.
J. G. Sicololl', Holle Plaine, had hogs on
Henry "Witnor, Sharon, sont in hogs to
day. Anderson, Andale, had hogs on to-
Salmons & Brickor, Kingman, marketed
X. K. Cunningham, Harper, had a load
of hogs at tho yards today.
Knox Bros.. Koigley, had hogs in today.
D. E Gilloland, AVinfield, sont in a load
pf hogs today.
Philo Hunter, Elbing, had a load of hogs
on the late market.
B. C. Smith, Boutley, had hogs on to
Buyors today wore Dold 838, Armour213,
Mexico 144, Hanks 29, Houston ID.
LIVE STOCK MAEKET.
T. Lotriq. Mo.. Nov 0.CATTLE. Recelptfl.
("HP- shipments 2&J0. Market Ptronr. Natives
t so.?4 . Mockers and feeders. f3 10ffi3 10; Texan
n.l IndldJis 42 2M.3 90. I IOCS-Receipts 0X
t .pmciitn JKU Mnrknt lower. Hvy fMUK t6,
I .lel Gi8 K. bIIKEPRoce4pto 2J. rthip
.1 "ii to 7UX Mrk.t frtrouc- Ciood to cholco 4 U3
Kansas Citt. Mo.. Nov. !C-CATTLlKecetjU.
s ( shipments 549C. Market weak, rows 1ft- lower.
bteem8 2.V34 7a, cow $1 20i,2 25. stocken. and
fi-oileru f 1 7.Vit (X), rauRO t-tecrs 11 102 75, rnnee
nwv, $1 (Ul 70. IIOUi-It?cpt. lUSrsi. khiMnnuts
H1 , Mnrket VtlOc lower. Hulk JJSWl 2b.allcrades
Pf4i. MIKEP-Krelpm XMs Mitoaieiil-. i.T.
iarKet ttrwif. Iinibs SrtV'4V. iroo.1 o i:liicu
tMiUons (4 10ii; stockers and feeders ?2 7o.4 00.
ChicsOO. 111.. Nov. C Tlie Drovers' Journtl.
repertu- CATTLF- Receipt. 15 (01 aliiitmnits 0.
Market atcady to stronc. ''te-rR ti 5twt,4 25, Tenuis
K'rtVo.2 45. ranjjero 2 RW Si HtH.s Kecelpts
4'.(UI. nlilpmentB 7XXT. Market weak, lower. Rouch
n d common 58 2friS 50, fair to sool packers and
niixcsi is if.i :v, prime nravy ami imtciiers'
e.tlhl 4 06S4 20. plus I2 1XWS50. SIIKKI'.-Re-rcipts
SiOl. shlpmonts 25iO. Mnrket active and
Kteadr Stockers and feeders SJ UHitS 80, naties
H0dji4M. e.trns (4 ;004 Si, Ted Texana t4 2&S
l.xm'os 3 CU6 75.
Wichita Grain Markeu
Wichita. Kan. Nov. a.
Vhet closed steady and lc lower. Crn ad
Icllowlus: are the dosing quotations:
GRAIN Car lots on tracic.
VHEAT-No 2 61c, No 2 hard TSo. No SOc No
t OR N No S or better 47c white 46c, new corn
It YE No i or better 75c
H 414 MKa6 00 per ten in car lots.
UUUUNU CORN-Chopincar lota S5c rer 100 lhi
MAEKETS BY TELEGRAPE
New York Money.
New Yohk. Nov. 6.
Money on call easier, raoclnzfrom Sill percent,
last loan 3. closed offered at 3 jHr cot,
lrlnM mercantile paper (KM.
MerUuc exchaHce quiet and steady at T190H
for OJ day bllli and (4 s44 for deawBO.
St. Louis Produce.
ST. Lorri. Ma, Nov. G.
,';nTj7?,lib -ower' Xc December 954. May
f 1 ftAU (6tj.
May6i",'F,rm C"h Mle2c' Denfer 4jJic
iui!r"r' f1 4,c bW' My e-
VEk W? Jobblnc ll 00.
hhJfevlH' Btchcr cmde 6 00.
UISK.-Stealy at 1 1
Chlciuni Gram and Prodnce.
Chicago. 111.. Nov 6. Wheat Active but unset
tled Corn Active and easy.
4 )ats Active but weak.
Pork Active but weak.
1. rd A ctUe but easier.
Short ribs Active.
The leading futures doM as followK
WHEAT-November S&i. December Jl Kfi, May
CORN NovemerKc; Decemlr c, Mavi4ii.
OATS November 42tc December 45c, May4Cc
I'OKK-Dccember 1000, January t2Sifo May
1 ARD December JC 17H. January 6 42l, May
M u Alt-Cut loaf 7J37Jic; tTanulated 0w 6tand
Cah quotations were as follows:
JXODR-Wlater patent H S5 0i; sprias pateat I
4 tXWtf 05; baiters $3 0033 75. ,,,,
WHEAT No 2 sprtoe and red, 9SJJ35J
CORN No. 2. MMti.
FLAXSEED 1 SC.
TIMOTHY Prime Jl 251 26-POUK-Cash
LARD-Cash C 10.
SHORT R IBS-Cash to 55 15.
SHOULDEKS-Dry salted ti 50.45 C
SHORT CLEAR SIDES-5 SSSJ 001
BUTTER-Flrm. Extra creaacry, 25.?Mc extra
flrts 2132?c firsts lTi-iJSc extra dairy 20322c extra
firsts 17&19C, Orsts 13Jl5c,
Kansas city Produce.
Kansas Cur. Mo., Nov.G.
Tlie Dally Indicator reports:
FLOUR XX. Gc; XXX 75c; family II 05; choice
f 1 40: fancy SI 70: extra fancy $1 Sol y pateut
$2 NVfc 2 lh.
WHEAT Lower. No. 2 hard cash and Nov
ember S5c bid. 8Sc asked. No 2 red cah We bid.
CORN Lower. No. 2 cash l3f63l'Jc, November
OAT. Steady. No. 2 cash IIXc bid 45c asked.
RYK Stronger. No 2 cash Oc bid. November
BUTTER Steady. Creamery 103.22c. dairy 12
EOGS-Flrxn at )tc
HAY Firm. Prarle J3 0G310 00, timothy & 00,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
THOMAS C. WILSON,
253 N Main Street. Tolephone No. 1L
-. V CAUTBBLL. JAS. L. DTTR.
torneys at Law, Wicqlta, Kao. 106tf
IL C. SLnes. w. E. Stanley.
SL USS & STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Knssas.
JTarri8f Harris & Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St., Second floor.
J. R. HAI.1WE1X, J. E. HUJIE.
Lato U. S. Attorney.
Lawyers, 142 N. Jlaln Stieet. Wichita. Kansas.
ItOUllBA UGH X HAUCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietors of Western Collection Bureau. Col
lections ::iade anywhere In the United States and
Canada. .No. 147 ilalnoU. Wichita, Kansas.
E. IS. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2. 4 and C 203 N. Main st, Wichita,
ADAMS C ADAMS,
Attorneys nt Law. Office first stalrwny cast of the
Wichita National Rank. llfi-tf
G. W. TERRY,
Architect and Superintendent.
BlttlnE block, WlchttA, Khhbas
Rooms 16 and
W. R. McJlIERSOX,
Architect. Room 13, No.
too North Main Rtreet.
w. t. rRonDroo7. o. w. bikw.
Architects and Superintendent. Offlce in Fach
fWith A. D. Mallory
Abstractcr, Conveyancer & Notary Public,
Fiuedrauphtlnir n spw'.nlty. Complete abstracts
to any la:U In vdcw ick county. Ofllce. Just at richt
of west entrance, Main street. New Court House.
UrslGoor. Prompt service guivranteed. ItO-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eye. Ear. Noso anJ Throat,
Catarrh and flttlnp glases.
Ofllce 127 N. Market street.
Icrael A Myers block.
H. Broil dom, 31 D.
Eye. Ear and Cancer. No
money required until Cancer
Oni"c40 haft Douglas Aenue. Offlce hours from
a. in. to 6 p. m. d&w
DR. C. C. FU11LEY.
PHYSICIAN ; AND : SURGEON.
Telepliono No. 116.
Adjoining the Offlce.
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's dlscasesa ?reclalty. Ilome
for Ladle durlne confluement. strictly private
w hen so drlred. Letter of inquiry contldentlal
and answered Immediately on receipt of batne.
Homi, 711 South Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. ltf-tf
E. Y. MUXSELL, M. D.
Medical and snrqlcal dis
eases of Eye, Ear. ?o.c. and
Throat, llemoval of facial
and other blemishes and Ilt
tl in: spectacles.
Ofllce and residence, 13M
South EciporU. bl-tf
Eye, Far. .w) tnd Throat, Offlce 120 N Main
street r. Wonee. nil N Lawrence avenue. Onico
hoars 0 to 12 a. ai., and 2 to 5 il in. D-13
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY.
OHlce hours 9 to 10 a. m. 1 to 4 p. u. Sunday. 8 to
10Jt).a. m. Room 13. Feehli""lmer Hnlldlnif.
DR. E. H CREDITOR.
Dentist. Offlce 341 N. Main otc Sm 1th .-St over's.
Vltsllwd nir jd.iilnlstwri. Uealdemc 826 N. To
pjkH avenue, Wichita. Kansas. 21-tf
D. li SMITH,
Dentist, 117 Nortr- Muin Street, one door sonth of
Finlay -os.s" Fnnrture House, Wichita, Kan. tfctf
FnU !. of treth, W. IS. nnd $10
Gold Fllllncs. II. and up; Silver, TJo;
Lxtractimi w'tli cocaine, 50c Wo
BOYD'S DEXTJ L ROOMS,
DK. T. F, BOVD. Dll. J. A. HOLLEXBEHGEU
UA East Douslas Avenue. 109-tf
EEU ESTATE AGEXTS
C. A. WRIGHT. GEO. STARK MILLER
WRIGHT & MILLER,
Eeal Estate '. Dealers,
Buy andsell Real Ksute on commission, collect
reals. hae repairs made economically and remit
promptb'. Correspondence solicits. Now Is the
time to buy and lay Uw foundation for a fortune
Reference- AH parties for whom we have, done
business, here or elsewhere M7 North Main
street In Citizens' Bank llulldln?. Telephone, 231
FRED W. ISKACT.
R, C Israel
Eeal Estate and Rente.
To buy Wichita- city property or Pedjrivlck county
land at present prices mean inrce returns on your
monev, WlchiUs, with her stock an 1 other Indus
tries, is Jut in her infancy. nd s-uch bargains as we
can now offer were never offered before. All ha vine
business In our line are Invited to call orcorres-iKind.
The Wichita Interests of nonresldents properlv
and faithfully cansl Tor. Ofllce second floor liS
North Market, Israel Butldlne. dt&f
WASSAM, DA VIES .e ROOD
EEAL ESTATE AGKEXTS
Larcest list of city and Wand property fo- sale.
Also the famous Alvin and Hitchcock fruit land
for sale. rite for Information.
Offlce Moody bulldtnir. Galveston. Texas. lf
The Photographer. Pictures In all sj jnd yles I
He also carries the finest a.ssortment of nlrtnr I
jyiSnJTI- UI lnenaiT "
JoKjr Dzhst. Cathler.
CITIZENS : BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL. . - $ 500,000
STOCKH'D'IiS' LIABILITY. 1,000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of any Bank In tho State
Shippers of Live Stock can save both
time and money "by doing: their
business through the
Stock Yards Branch
OF TIIE CITIZENS BASK.
Arthur Faulkner, Cashier
FHILLIPS C FHILEIFS,
Graduates of the Chlcaso Veterinary Colics.
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 tl per day. Persons wl-h-ine
topurch.ist a hors can l.avelt examlncl and a
certiflcate of soundness clven for to. In surgery we
ue the late-t di-Mces Includintr au operatinu uible.
Calls by telephone, telecraphormall will receive
prompt attention by day or night.
OKlce, 114 North Lawreueo Avenue. Ofllce tele-
Shone No. 71. Residence UW N. Topeka ave. Real
ence telephone No. 215. 123 tf
7 Dr. J. E. Bennett
PILES. FISSURE FISTCLA and all di'easoi of
the rtctum cured without tho use of the knife, liga
ture, caastlcs or detcntlnn from business. No money
to be paid until patient Is cured.
Private Dleascs in both sescs speedily cured.
Call on or address
mi. J. E, BENNETT,
1 !Ctf ofllce 113 N Slain St.
i'lhsouitt PACinc r. ii
Kansas City Express 7:10 a M
ht. Louis Mall and hxnress.. 21 p m
Kansas City Express 7-tfl v M
lnlleld awl Iilowa Express. U-S) P M
Kiowa .Mixed 10-J5am
WICHITA AXI COLORADO,
Colorado Mall and Express 11:15 A M
Colonido Mixed GJS PM
5-15 P m
7.10 a M
Depot Second and Wichita street
ticket offlce 120
Not tli Mam street.
Pnyeencui and Ticket Asont.
llili: TABLE CHICAGO. KOCIC ISLAND ii PACIFIC
("Great Rock Island Ronte.'i
In ittfct on and after October 19. I'm.
AUItlVE I MIAVfc
flOIN'O XOltrll A .VII HAST.
No. 2 Colorado Snnntrs.
Donver and Pacific Cc.st
i:25 P J
No. 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
and CblcifTo. Tmousli
banana ex. dally
No. 4 KanM8 City. M. Louis
and Chicago night ex.
No. tS Accommodation,
daily except t-undiiy..
11 25 A ii
No. 3Kanas City, St. Louis
mid I'lik u;o ex. dally
No. 1 Kansas city, St. Louis
and ChIcn;o through mail
and ex. dolly
No. 61 Accommodation, dally
Elegant recllalng chair cars on all tr.ilns, and
Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chicago without change on nicht trains. Tickets
Fold and baggage checked through to all points
north, south, east and west, and steamship tickets
Fold to all European poluUs at lowest rates, t ity
ticket oillce 1U0 Lat Douglns avenue, corner Main
struct; passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telepliono 1KM.
CA. RtTnrnroitn. Ticket Agent.
J.vo. Prn 5riA.v, O. T. fc p. a., Chicago. 111.
ST. Mll'I.S A SAN MtANCISCO It. K.
I akkivk 1 inn
CSoing West, iKiss (to KIlM
Going west, pass, (stops -it)
Going Kat, pnsenger I
(olug East, passenger.
Going East 1
Going West to Hurrton I
PPV A U
V) 4U l I
227 I t
f l A M
City Inion Ticket offlce. 122 North Main street
nnd Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
W 1C1IITA A WESTEllN II. n.
I AllUlVi: j LBAVI I
tiolng Uest, pass. (daily) I.
Going West, irc-ighl
Going Ent, pafs I
Going Ka-U ftelglil
b ft A M
' 725 v ill
10o5 A M,.
D. II. Riiotirs. Fre'ght ,t Pat. Agt. 122 X M.i.n
Supt cor. 4th ntHl Douglas.
Vniou 'Hi ket ofllce 122 North Main street, and at
L'uion DeiHjt. DousUtj.jvciiuc, W. D. MuitltucK.
AIIIIIMIV, TOPEKA A SANTA FE M. R.
I AHRtVK I 1 .r A V
NOICTH AMI PA .
4 OS p jt
12H P ii
' P M
1 60 I'M
40 A M
4 IK P II
til H M
4 w p m
Colorado and California ex
SOL'TII ANI '.VKST. I
flklnhoraa A Panhandle ox
Texas Ex ntes.s
City Union Tick offlce 122 Nortu Jafn street. ami ,
Cn'on Depot. Duglas avenue. j
New Pulimnn sleeping ear service lis
souri Pacific railway "Wichita to it. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. doi tf
Nicht express for Kansas City. St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita ac Jh-10 p. m. '
oiiiur cars aim a-iuuiihu siecpera ou mis
iraiu. jiMuunfauubw. iu, 11
Try City sodas. None better. 140-Ct.
Use lagnct soap,
It is made at "Wich
13St Something delicious City sodas. 140-Ct.
Three hours the quickest to St.
Missouri Pacific railway.
Deeds, Mortgages, etc, (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for stile at this oflice.
Aderss the WichitaEAGLE, Wichita Kan,
Three trains daily in each direction,
between "Wichita and Kans City, "Wich
ita and St. Louis, via Mitsoari Pacific
railway. 17 tf
Dally by Dayllzat.
New morning expres
hicatro. The Santa Fe
i, Kansas City to
No change of cars of any kind between
Wichita and St. Louis via the "New Mis
ouri Pacific short line." d5S tf
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cen
per hundred. 23tf
Kansas City and Chicago leaves "Wichita
S.-45 a. m.t arrives at Kansas City 5 o'clock
p. m., Chicago next mornim; at S o'clock.
Colonido express leaves Wichita at 5:15
p. m., arriving at Pueblo for breakfast and
Denver for dinner. Chair cars and Pull
man sleeping cars through to Denver, via
the Missouri Pacific railway. 107 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
vatio'n 32x27, on paper $1.50, printed on
cloth $50. 13J-tf
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrnp should
alwavs be used for children teething. It
scoth'es the child, softens the gums, alltrys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-fivecents a
bottle. dttf tf w46 tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for tale by
Tuf U'lrnm Firrr
dntf Wichiu. Kansas.
ELMME k CAMPBELL,
Wichita Union Stock Yards, Wichita, Kansas
KEFERENCE-Bradstreet'a Report, Citizens' Bonk. Kansas Natl Bank.
1U W. ELDRIDGE,
Special Information by "Wire Free on Application.
UTE : STOCK : COMMISSION : MEBCHANTS
Scenery Becoming Aore Elab
orate Every Year.
THE THREE BEST EXAMPLES.
Rigid Tidellty to Details of Farm tlfe la
"Tho Old Homestead" The Thrllline
Sawmill Scene In "Bluo Jeans" "Ths
Connty Tair's" Horse Race.
Notwithstanding tbo scathing sarcasm
of the professional critics, who seem to be
jealous of any evidences of progress in the
drama, realism is gaining every year a
Grmer foothold on the stage. Good scenery
It the theatre is getting to be as impera-
THE GRACE CHCT.Cn SCENE IN "THE OLD
tively demanded by the public as is rapid
transit on the way to the theatre. And it
is right that it should be. The idea that
good scenery weakens good acting by over
shadowing it is nonsense, and the people
who pay to see them both recognize the
fact that it is nonsense. The critics are
right in condemning the many perform
ances which depend on good scenery to
j take the curse from bad acting, but they
leave, j should stop there. Scenery, of course, is
8 45 A M I onlj an accessory to the work of the per
2kw v m formers and should always be regarded as
7-a) a ii i Euch. But the samo rule applies to actors
4:15 pm t which applies to carpenters. Both can
work best if they have tho best tools.
There are three plays now running in
New York which show stage realism in its
as yet highest point of perfection, properly
applied. They are Denman Thompson's
(Uncle Josh Whitcomb's) "The Old
Homestead." Joseph if. Arthur's "Blue
Jeans" and Neil Burgess' "The County
Fair." And the advocate of stage realism
finds a pretty satisfactoiy argument in his
favor in the fact that they are the three
most successful plays in New York city.
"The Old Homestead" is a plain repre
sentation of farm life and of a certain
phase of life in New York. The realism
lies in fidelity to the details of little things.
As nearlj' as is possible all the stage "prop
erties" are exai tly what they pretend to be.
The agricultural implements, the hen
coops, the hay, the dried apples, the bee
hives all tho stago appurtenances have
really done duty on a farm.
Tho cradlo used in the last act rocked
four generations of Thompsons in the old
house at Swansea where the play is laid.
In one place a detachment of Salvation-
THE MILL SCENE IN "BLUE JEANS."
Ists marrh across the stage, beating their
tambourines and siuging just as they do
every day on the streets of the metropolis;
in another a yoke of mild eyed oxen ap
pear dragging a load of hay slowly along.
The one exception to the homely detail of
I the play is the magnificence of the Grace
I church scene. Grace church is one of New
York's most famous and beautiful edifices,
and its canvas counterpart on "The Old
' Homestead" stago fc strikingly like it. An
I idea of the care with which it was created
may be obtained from the fact that before
it was begun architects made accurate
dnmmSs of the elevations and ground
plans for the scenic artists to work from.
Evt!n tue designs in the stained glass win-
dows are faithfully reproduced. A real
r.rnirr.ri nrpan npsli out its solemn notes
f ma the intrior of tho church and a
band of surphced choir boys sing a ringing
anthem on the stage
Tho plot of "Blue Jeans" in laid in Sun
rise, Md., and gets its name from the fact
that someone has christened that locality
tho "Blue Jeans district." Mr. Arthur.
the anthor, was born in Sunrise, and it is
d twt, h characters aro all drawn,
more Qr j fvQm living models.
it is that they seem remarkably lifelike on
1 the stage, and they seem all the more life
like because they appear in scenes which
are also lifelike. For instance, in the
first act a cobbler is working at his bench,
end he really nails a real lift on the heel
of a real shoe. Live doves coo and call to
each other under the eaves of a neighbor-
j ing barn, and a bit of that same barn is
painted before the eyes of the audience
with real paint. The second act is laid in
an orchard, and no one can deny that the
beautiful little love scenes are not doably
effective because the lover shakes what
are apparently real apple blossoms from
an apparently actual tree.
THE HORSK F.ACK IN "TKK COTTSTT rAIK."
But it Is in the third act that the tri
umph of realism is reached. It is in the
interior of a satv milL A man driven mad
by jealousy knocks another man "who
stands between him and the woman he
loves etiseles. The machinery is silent,
bat a horrible scheme presents itelf to the
excited mind of the frenzied lover. He
pulls a lever, and the three great buzz saw?
begin to revolve. Faster and faster they
whirl, until they are maniac at the rate
of ISO revolutions a minute. A 1 inch
plank is being slowly fed to one of them.
The lover rains, the inanimate form of hs
enemy and lay it across this plank. Nearer
and nearer the body is carried to the whirl
ins: disfc of fhe great saw. Nearer and
aearer, until the wind from the sharp
zttei teeth, ilettea his loess shirt. In s-i
t .tlr m'i"!,, jJti
V 1-T ?H!Jt' JL 'I' !! tTJBV
IpL : j
initaut, uiuae truti tccui will "bo ripping
into the flesh of that unconscions figure.
In an. instant the flying sawdust will be
dyed with blood. Of course the man is
rescued from his horribly perilous position
in the nick of time; but if bo were not he
would surely be killed. The tragedy would
bo a real one. The saw is a real saw,
driven by an eight horse power steam
engine, and it is really sawing. The man
is a real man and is in real danger. The
scene is said to be the most thrilling ever
put on the stage, and it seems likely
enough that it is. Few women in tho
audience can face the stage during the last
few seconds of the man's peril, and one or
two have fainted under the strain. But
Mr. Arthur's play is not successful be
cause of this scene it is successful because
tho strong acting of Bob Ililliard, Judith
Berolde, Jennio Yeamans and the other
actors has such a good background.
"The County Fair," like both of the
other plays, is a simple story of the coun
tryjust what its namo indicates. As in
"The Old Homestead" careful attention is
given to details, but the realistic marvel is
in the last act. Tho whole house is sud
denly darkened, a clatter of hoofs is heard,
and when, an instant later, the lights are
turned on again three thoroughbred race
horses, with jockeys mounted, are revealed
neck and neck and running like mad.
They are really running, but they do not
vanish from the view of the audience. The
same principle which is utilized in horse
power thrashing machines is applied here.
They run upon great endless belts, which
are moved by electric motors, and they
have to run, and run rapidly, too, to avoid
being carried off the stage backward. Tho
panorama of country behind them and tho
low fence betweeu them and the audience
move at the same speed with the ma
chines on which they run, so that it is as if
the audience were carried around a race
track side by side with tho rushing horses.
The accompanying picture gives a cross
view of tho stago and some of the ma
chinery beneath it not visible to the audi
ence. Edwap.d Marshall.
How a Frojrresslvo Euchre Party Should
Because progressive euchre is so com
paratively easy very little attention is paid
to any particular method of play, and yet
when a little system is introduced such a
happy result follows that it would seem
the correct way of playing should be bet
ter understood. And yet such is not the
case, and indeed it is proverbial that no
two progressive euchro parties are con
ducted alike. The main idea of progres
sive euchre is of course to introduce as
much amusement and as little skill as pos
sible. The first requirement is that there
shall be some one to conduct it, and not to
leave the players to themselves. Tho in
dividual scores, the arrangement of play
ers and all disputes should be placed in tho
hands of one person, presumably tho host.
Of course there are several ways of con
ducting the party, one probably as good
as another, but the following rules will be
found to embody all the points of tho
game. The writer takes it for granted
that the game itself is understood in a
1. Divide the number of players by four
and this will give the number of tables.
2. The tables should b numbered from
1 up, No. 1 being the hend table.
Printed numbers can bo obtained at any
stationer's, and an excellent way is to
paste one number to tho top of each table
in plain sight. The slip can eusily be
rubbed off afterward by tho use of slight
3. For each table .fset of fourslipsshould
be prepared, all four containing the same
number corresponding with the numlwr
of the table, and as many sets as there aro
tables. Two slips from each table should
be placed in one box, and two in another,
one box for ladies and the other for gentle
men. The boxes should then be Bhaken
and the slips drawn. Each gentleman and
lady present will thus learn the number of
the tabic he or sho i to sit at.
4. The joker can be used if agreed upon.
5. Lone hands, laps, slams, jambone and
jamboree are not allowed.
C. When all are seated, each gentleman
having a lady for partner, tho head table
begins by ringing a bell. Tho head table
plays one game of five points, and then
rings another bell; then the other players
must stop immediately. If any table fin
ishes the game of five points before the
head table then this table must wait until
the bell rings. If the game is not finished
the side having the most points wins. A
tie is decided by cutting the cards, the
lowest card winning. The ace is low. This
is a popular variation of the game. This
method admits of the lone hand.
7. When the boll rings the winners at
each table move up to the next highest
table, and at the .same time they change
partners. For instance, A at table 3 is
partner to B, but when A wins and moves
to table 2, hr ploys against B and with the
lady left at table 2. The winners at tho
head table move down to the liottom table,
thus completing the progression.
8. Each player should be provided with a
card, and after eich progression the num
ber of points he or she wins should be
placed on it. At the end of the game the
one who has the most points is the winner.
The one who has tho least is the booby.
Another wav is to record on tho card tho
number of times each player wins. This 1
way is simpler, and answers the purpose
perhaps equally an well as the first method.
9. A time should be fixed beforehand to
stop the game, or else the number of games .
10. The prizes should be four In number,
one each for the lady and gentleman who
win, and one each for the corresponding
"boobies." Tom Massok.
"W. J. Florence has sold hia fishing
grounds on the Bcstigouche river to
The labor question forms the basis for
Wilson Barrett's latest play, and a chorus
of strikers in one of the acts is said to al
ways arouse great enthusiasm. The play's
title is "The IdoL"
William Gillette, the famous playwright,
is jnst recovering from a long illness.
Mme. Rhea has returned from Europe
and begun her season of Josephine.
During each of Mrs. Georgie Drew Bar
ryroore's three last performances "with
'"The Senator" company in Nerw York ehe
fainted twice, but on recovering went on
the stAge and jolhly played her part. She
is now Tery far from a well woman
All the dramatic craft papers approve of
the action of the Boston authorities in
suppressing "The Clemenceau Case."
which was being performed at oae of the
local theatres, becaoMr Sybil Johnstone,
the leading woman, appeared on the stage
as an artist's model in a practically nn
timsod ccsO on
Women DeTeloplnc Unevenly.
The first point that Rtrile me in the
present system of training is thai they are
developing, in the higher cla.es at least, a
tendency to overgrowth. I believe it Is a
fact that women are becoming taller to
sach an extent as to affect the iTerage
height. Bet Hnforteaately tbey do aot
always know bow to "carry this off," and
I notice with, sozat alarm how many of
them have unequally grown hips, that m
to say, that one lea: is wmewhat loader
than "the other. Now this is entirely an
English failing. As y know. I have
lived mock abroad, bat I hardly Ter ob
serve this in foreign girls. Why It jhevM
be I confess I cannot say. Woman '
O T V
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMS.
Your Wants Supplied.
The follorrlnir rates under the dlSerent beadlnc
trill be charged.
gSTPayablc Strictly in Advance.
Ko advertisements taten tor lea than 10 cents.
One Use advenlsetaesu charged samo rata as two
KOVTOITISEM-TSTJLKE.V TO HOT UN
Prices clven un4er classified beas In this eolexns
pp5tobTo only to lccal adve rtfjemeau. No roretcii
aUverUemeata taken at prices giTcn.
Answers to advtrtl&einenia rent In rare of th
EAQLE oSlcc should b railed for with lr 10Jss
after Insertion. When advertisers vrtsh replys for
wartcii to them statnsed envelopes most be sant
Reference to former aUvenlcluenU UioiU give
description and date of insertion or copy of tho aU
Tttlement sfiould L rent
.Net responyiHe for advertisements clven or U
contciiied by telephone.
M'AXTED FEMALE HELF7
l nder this bead 2c per line per day.
WANTED A GOOD WHITE OHM. KOIt OK.V
11 eral housework. Call at No. S03 Klverrlew
WANTED A COMPETENT W1IITK GIHL
for Reneral housework. Apply at 21K K. Cen
tral. 31 rs. uldhatn. dltT tf
1'A.NTED-Uli:ii TO DO GENERAL HOCSK
1 1 work; most be a cood cook. Call at at N.
Slain st. dUT It
ANTEDAT ONCE A GOOD GIKL FOH
ceocrlhousevtork. Call alX'lb. Water sit.
TANTED FEMALE COOK. WHITE PKE-
f erreu. A rply at iX W. Third. dlti
"WANTEDA GOGDGIKL 10 or 11 YEaKS OLD
11 to assist in small family. Apply 7J0 N. Uw
rence a e. dl5 31
"WANTED-COMPETENT GIKL FOIt OENEK
11 al hou!enork. Mrx. Kltcb, corner bpauldlnir
and Frankllnaie.. Kl erslile. dUltt
"WANTED-A GOOD GIKL FOK GKNEKAL
housework In small family, lieo. MrFcrran
at Munson & McNainaru's, dill 3t
WANTED-A GOOD GIKL FOK GENEKAL
housework; matt be a Ktxxl cook and iurnlsh
references. hue clrl preferred. Apply at 1U .N.
"WANTEDAGiKL FOK GENEKAL HOFSeI
11 work. Inqur at las Bltllnc uvo., Grulffeu
stein'aadd. dill 01
WANTED-A GIKL FOK GENEKAL HOUSE
1 V work, in a family of two. Call at XX North
P;u k ave Lolleu'o Hill. U137-tf
ANTED-A GIKL FOK OENEKAL HOUSE
r urk. A pply ut Champion's book store.
SJ TUAT1 ON S FEMALE
l udei this head lc per line per day.
WANTED A PLACE IN HOTEL OK llOAKD
11 ing house as chamber maids, two ladle
desire puces together immediately. Aiidruv 246 .V
Main. U147 tl
WANTED-BV A KKSPECTABLE LADY A
1 1 position as couk or to asstet iu doing I'eiientl
housework. Very bel of references. Adilrtns "1.
L." Eaulo offlce. dl Gt
WANTED-SITCATION as housekekpkk
in iisiuall family. No objections to leutlu
city. Address' Housekeeper" care of hcle omce,
JU iscella it eons.
WANTED-A COMPETENT bKIKT HAND IM
11 ntedlatul). Apply at Kobiu 6 liutler block.
ztv s. jiam m. jm. liruwn. uitotr
Liter llil- head -1 jm.t line per ibty.
WAN TED-MALE HELF.
Under this Lead 2o per line per day.
LooUUeejiers and Clerics.
WANTfcD-BKIUHT, HU.NEfaT HOY. 1! TO hi
years, to learn tit u buvltks. April) at No.
lkrt Wt-M. IxhiU., wr. sneci. illt I it
M iscealla neons.
ANTKD-A CJOJD OCNG MaN FOR G1S.N-
oral worm about a place lor urtvaio tMMlly
ApWy M tO t Uoulaxavo. dltTlt
bJ T LA Tl ON S MALE.
tLUer this head lc per line per d.jr-
ANTKD-SITUATION BY A FIK8T-C!.AIe
bnutl ami cake trnker; fUso pasiry ouuL wuuiK
a eood MvwiT Job. Adtfresa"i. L. v." Ilz. tmc
lu ave. U1U A
TXrANTED-BY A YOL'NO MAN OK TK.MPER-
V ate haMfat . s41umUi in dru More Imti fead
three yentxprrlrBce. tMh'tM rrumiiuiia-
uobs. AiiareM a. s. 1. care ot txcie oak. aiiT-if
AMU)- A WTPATlON AM DKLO 1JCRK.
1 1 iiav Ana iit jen ezporiiMKe "wuirt not
obj;t Ui :it uw cit . AtdrM "uraicCUrfc irm
i'f.ijlr'.' .. iM '
liav IwU tea yers ejcporiiMKe Wvmti not
I A.k.l--YOLNO llAltttlKU MA W1.M9
r a snuaUuA 1b some evod MutanM bmw (.nil
or addrt& I, llerrvu. cur. fourth ad Unvsuut ave.
'ANTED-A SlTcATlOK OK A.NT KIND BY
a man ell acquainted with Uw rtioitrada
of the eity. Adairas "B. D. l, ' ULrmr . A
X txirr ttl faftd 3c tr Bee pr4ay.
7 ANTED-FOB ItmTLA.SD.OKIMjON.KirrY
nen cm tie I b1b i'actfic nuiroad WwceB
rcrtUuia ao4 iMUMicr, oue to two your work gr
znUtu uj tk U . 1. Co. st It i in fUit f J.
s-iup ntarMur e:tf. sj,i. j.
Iuamu t, mar S E. DouzU.
AG EMS WANTED.
1 ttitt thtt krad Se p'r Use rstjr
ANTKDAOfcT-J tMlil f IlT.7lS
and rllias IS Ue I jwVM Mat ii-t is
rtt of Rawiai tm lii rmbi.rto&u. l'ovtaixttfo
cvpK :re, .mjA coasailWMKM; mry ca L tu4
try fUinr p aal. Aaicw U. VSjti lak.
AMJtD - IMMKDIArELY TO UA(lB
m. In Tin.y mi tft r 1 fmat 1.M at ttm.
a 1 sm S9WZ start taiorwrw bv K Jw
viaai wwk a ttrtjtr wo duruss twvt&crs. fusim
ANTUD-Ul. OK XUHK LAWJu TO laTTOr
wuuz tafrtr rrmksa Iff ateftstrsai sd
au-rtfre wwiU. It a-vi4 u as tmM rr41
wag Ue tn ymn mau 4'M tttm JtA In
bpnccfu' tdttTUi reform wmumm
tut a ioxiUi tor X it crts m; Ut teiHki
iTlvsl & i rniaq OMLu A44xr. BaM ?.
ANTKb-TOl TU OO T rAXJCEK" l N
wUl Sa4 t UratM. s4 U wwrud Usw i fc
etty stvka ptttbtn. ffcfitiinnt Ut
tSJt trc tm kiA. zuu. MnttMM rty.
UU d W vrUtl
ANTED-TO SJCIX A NX.X IIOMbE AD
tKicrji ssap. AMtcm . Csl fefiA.
-A3T7XD - WATE8CRTS CHOO Of
ifcertfcjLbd sad tyvewnoci; um .-ntfci
4ly. r. . C, A. IxMasS. It4 4
WAXTM-o"CY THWCTT XjUV 0 ftia
d.&a&4 Jcwrt Umtm r mUii wtrra.
OalsXra9usTrlretuclkMue. tflu tt
ANTEI-A CARCta'L. JtEJJABCE YOCJW
nau of iaa.-r)Me. mt fcjiVHLf wrut
be kUM Mrf UtAf. AXrim. S4-dy. cu f
" AXTUiLAlHIK TO KMIW THAT THiiT
11 tM et tu trtsn Araacb She-
cakr M IU . "Kt3i tM. ift- Epat iAk. tntau
ATBl-TO K4W WJUTt MOW T
Ij.tm tx ttuntmx tr Unto sotriwf &
ti71Tciaj TaortiiUi.SN".iLii. 61U Ii
THE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your "Wants Supplied.
HaT IS IT? A PERrrCT. STYLISH SEAM
lrs overcoat made a tae Wlcnit Tailoring
Co, Ma N. Mala.
ANTED-TO THADC A FINS BICK
hora tar & tvrn tiT.l rrrbi i.Kmm t
N. Jnrceas. Wicaita, Kaa. dl3 it" '
l attend the Nicht School at th toaUiwestru
Business Collcce. Miorthaad. booSkeeplay, pen
toa&khlp and sxtUu&cUc thoroughly uucbt. Call or
send tar circular. dl Wit
Vr-ANTED SECOND-HAND ENOINES AND
rite particulars and pclcr. for caish.atyourrali
rotidstaUou. Address Uarmo&y feuadry, Jopttn.
TTANTED-CLltTlKS. BOOK XEEPERS. STEN
l T ojrrxphr and triccraph orerators. or othu
pcryoas who wHh to brcoa ttorouefely cosapctecs
in the above branches, to cad! at th outhwotrra
llusincss colleztr, corucr DuutUs and Topka ave
nues. Wichita. Kau. ts it
-rTTANTED-A THOROrOH BCSINESS MAX
I or woman, camble of lntertttns Udy acents.
Blsr tnoaey to tho riht party. Address ll.Knr
of Eajrtc dlSS-U
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
I cd-.r this head c per line per day.
FOK SALE-FIVK NICE PIOS Z MONTHS OLD
will sell cheap. SW .V Hydraulic are. dlia&
? baie burner, nearly nw. Otto VielcsXJN.
ilala- difj t
T?OH SALE-SKT OF DININO HOOJt CHAIR3
A and a fw other odd pieces of f ur&tlurt). CS S.
Market st. dln
1?Oll SALE OR WOULD RENT TO A GOOD
, relial party, a housa of nine rooms on N. ilar
Let, No. IcWT. Inquire at house. dlli 6t
T,HK t-ALE A ILVNDsOME NEW BASK BCUN
Jj er. rbrap. Can havecbalco of Art Uarland or
ltadiaat Heme. dm bt
1 'OR SALK-A KANCII CONTaININQ THREE
X quarter stUous, all nndsr fesee, eotkl water
ami raBkv eoouca lor ever UtO ha of cattle, guod
tour rwwurU heuso, and all neewsary out buMdtnss.
Tho largest rnu In the ciiry. I'rico ll.lUi, or
nvukl uce vtrn Kt&sas sruperty 111 exewancn.
itr pnruculitrs rait ih tulilreis i hoa. Ji. Braidwoud,
Bar. OWUSmna. dtUH
T7I0R bALE A SMALL STOUKToF "oJROCKR
Jl les cheap un ouy tcims. W. J. bLeltoe, ta .
Jtarket .t, dill tt
THJH tALK COTTON SEED WHiCU 1s"t1IE
JL cheapest feed for iUl raxy be bought In aay
naanuty ol J. h. Turner A IP, Aomian. Otis. ler.
I?OR SALE-FKESH MILK COWS, 5 MILEH
X northeast of alrtuouuu Uoa E. inders.
I710K S.VLE A JKHAEY BULL CALF bLX
weutbs old, eligible to registry. Price tttui.
Kansas altoual UoiiK.
i.OR bALE-WU HOIWl-. 1E HAVE ONE
! hundred head of burses and Mores, ranging la
a.e f rum a to i )ts old, ana number ul mules
for sale. ALo two .Normu.li slid two llamblelunlsa
ttaluons ror further lntunuatlon. call ou li. M.
Dlcsou, room 1. ai N. Mam L, lehlU Eau.
iAOIt bALL-TUE FIXTCRES. STOVE AND
tuife of the J. .N. Talmadtfo A Cu.'a slure, by h.
J Fitter. i& Douglas ave. dQl-U
'UK SALE - A LOT OF SECOND HAND
butcher tools. liUbch i Oruvor, Jl Nurtli Main.
fpWENTY-FIVE CENTS A HUNDRED AT
JL ttus office, old papers sultaule lor pacstnx put
line uuuer carpets, etc. ulll U
JL ; writers' nolo books, blank tccelpu and koto
Lvoks aud Irusl blanks of etcry kiUO. Malt ontors
Vrumiuy aiteialvd to. Call uu or aidress tae Wi.a-
ta t-a-lM. S lebtta. kan. lt-lf
I7OR hALK-A HANDbOME LITHWORAPH
? map of the city of icldta,cvesluiMirsof surges'
1 ubllc buliaitius, colleges, parks, utc, tlxn Uxla ou
uueu paper, plu u ceuu each, a ltr Wccsu.wa
iriits a uoiou. auctcss tuu ticluia ti.l. v Walla,
ITOIl frale-DLEDs, MORTUAOES AND AuL
JL? kinds ol lexal blanks; blauk receipt books, nolo
Looks, Hi, i ibe W ichltc Eal ouico. orUvcs by
Uiall proiuplly alteliued to. UlU-lt
I lider this LcmU a. per line per day.
iiOR EXCHANOE-Two FI.SE INSIDE lOI'EK A
! lots and kixl ball secUoti l(uo County buid for
lut.no, prioual property, real uut. Inquire sa
3J3 &ilL-wlCk block. utll 61
I OsT OR UTRAVED-A fcJIALL WHITU
JU Boat, rlrnler will pleas return to S3 . I'opo
ku aiHl uut reYNuld. Dr. J. C. WUwu. dlli l
I'nOer this head 3c per Ube Per day.
STRAYED OR bTOLEN-A THIN. BLACK,
ware pony wltba (food low boy saddle, llouU.
ua ii Itanry brand, will pay a liberal reward fur Its
leturn or luforuutlljfi jeadiuctolls recovery. Coil
at Holler', meal market, N. Aialu sc. Wlauiio,
Under this bead Jc per Une per day.
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
V iHlrr this bead 3c per lliie per day.
l,'6It BALL" Oil 1 RADV.-rOH" iYu'L'SKKEEt
X in kviis butk'y usm1 but little, cost I Hi Hew.
AUdreis "J ruder coieof bolo omce. dlC M
Ii'OK" SALE- A.MC K TKAMaND CARRIAOeI
A Will still all Urttothcr or separate. Morris
Rood, i irebauk-b block. dlil M
"ioit bALh - a n Excellent Din yini
JU bor wltb phefl. ciup lor cash. AHpiya
IUVauate. itrs. J. E, Uuuta. dlU-U,
I nder (bin bead tr per Us per day.
KUK REls rCll'iVcK RUiilDbNUE" H.AT
four rooms. ieparut ball, LaUiroom. eoal bill,
1 m , lu new uru.it btuhilni; corner Emporia and E.au
Apply 10 N. nud. Mi . Jisiu. dll 21
l.'OR HE.M-CHEA1'. NINE ROOMED UQViK,
JL seany new aud imm Id: Uj &. Luwrettce ave.
rUKuKKl NT-vrTKNKOMED UOUHE IN
p ifmA repair. jA ce4isr. UsUwu oa4 bora. No.
i. A rourlii , HMtraeotiaM. ApesyUiMeo.
K. Cawpoell At t lit N Main St. rtllllf
frUK KENT-HOCSE.- FUltN7TTJKK7 LtM
F"? ber. slovos. Jimo-h, delivery woko and surrey
lt ale mx al s abash ave. dliS U
tfa FOK HENT-HOCHB NO. 14 N, MARKET
ESL bos bt room. taeMee fis.l. bath, eiiwees aiul
c.r, all la ittAri repair. Oood barn aud ewtl aouse.
Apply at 16 A. latwrei.ee e. a llMi
FOR RENT Rooms.
I atfT this bead per Ufr 4-j.
IOH kE.VT-rHMiHED OK lVHXlmtiiAJ
JL? room to reat very sep w 2S4 Nrb Mala
m, A- "d oaco rbous for rent la tb some
kstlMlNW w eM4 oo. all this wtk si ruas
or CbaTMS Hrvibers, Psteioboap wrks, &t
Oak K. dJU M
,HR RENT ROOMM AXD BOAKD WJTM OtT
2 Measraae. Coll at U7 X. Teek a,
OR KENT- FROXT PAKLOK FCKlKll.
Abttwualurnisbdrooias. Appy uwi.
uwt eae av. om
"l,M)K KEST-KOOMH IN MfcM-K IkVLlLVtio,
X' Eajxra ate. Au fws late
aiul MU wuwlaws. will HNH4iXHrlllMHti,
1 bM tm sm vory desttaksc - iwm ( witwh.
wsiuywaMtalparf iuMtbaacllBiiL Avaly mj.
tUyMwi 1 Ke WHlkftwit, M HHTJ Y. sleaJ.
Kfcia kc H.iUi.tf lck. A
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