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Qlxz Mittaia J3ai gaglje: alttrtlatj IKrouiug, gamtarjj 24, 1891.
Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock
Yards during: the past 24 hours--0O
Cattle, 1220 Hops, 25 Horses and
Mule. Shlpments-84 Cattle, 878
Hogs, 25 Horses and Mules.
The receipts of cattle today were fair.
"yVhat little Rood stock was offered went
over the scales at steady figures, but the
feeneral trade was cxtrcmelly dull and a
bade lower. It was ono of the meanest
markets seen at the yards for some time.
I There was no competition ninons ouycrs,
a ,,. Trorn law accentable bids made
mmnn nnd medium stuff. Cows
Bold as canners tliat a week ago would
hare been considered fair butcher cows.
There Is a fair demand for stock feeding
steers. The marKec ciosoa sieauy on gooa
grades, but quu ana lower on common
WIOHITA LIVE BTOOK MARKET.
Wichita, Kan., Jan. 23,
The receipt ot cattle today woro fair. Tho
market -was very dull all day. The cloe was
tfi(l7on good zradon, hut dull and lower on liklf
fatted steer end common cat'le,
Native shipping teem, soodtooxtra $3 2i"2. 00
Good to exlrt satire butcher steers, 10U0
1200 lbs 2W3 00
Native foedlne steers 2 2,Vit2 TO
Aatlve BtocLoTN.. - 17x4'.! 00
Choloe cows and heifers 2 4ou2 60
Fair to cood cows and heifer 2 (Wi 25
Bulls ana KtaeM 1 251 7J
J' at jeaxllnKstoors 2 aWi .5
flood yearling steers , - '- .0
fanners 1 251 SO
j'oorer trades and scollawacs UKtl 10
Veal calves, per head 4 WK36 (0
Toxas uteors, good to extra 2fi02 75
Texas Rteerti. fair 2Wfc2 4j
'J'cxnjcown 1 ZJi. .5
The followJnr are the representative bales of
cattle at the etock yards today:
'o. Description, Av'sra. Price
22 Feeder 1W1 8 35
2 Rockers 4JI 2 15
t Btockers NS 2 SO
J"9 htoiker 7(R 2 SB
1 htooior WW 2 2'i
2 Cows 1115 1 '.'.".
2 Cows 1130 lft)
Cows SW It
1 Cow 110 SOI
3 Helfera 723 1W
1 Hull l 185
1 Hull llffl 1 W
1 Ox 1010 275
2 Calves "F 2 25
J tanner 10W 125
The receipts of hogs today wore fair.
The market was only fairly active during
the day, but prices were r(ft74 cents
higher than yesterday's. Thoro were a
few loads of good hogs offered, and local
and outside packers very rapdily took
these at the advanced prices. But the
bulk of offerings were light, and this class
of stock did not got the benefit of the
stronger feeling. Several hundred light
hogs were unsold at the close. Tops sold
for 13.25; bulk f3.152.75. The market
The following aro the ropresontatlvo sales of
Iocs at the 3 arils today:
Vo Dock Av. rrlce.
DOS AND MGIITK.
Cood mutton shoep, 8&2100....
lood stock owes, TOafiO
flood stock Mothers. 76ft85
Ouod to extra lambs
.... 2 6963 W
... 8 0W8 50
... 4 IWtfO 0J
Good hogs went up 57) cents today.
P. JlcKinlcy, Freoport, sont in a car of
cattle and hogs.
J. 13. Kell, Clearwater, marketed two
cars of hogs and cattle.
C. F. Arnott, Anthony, had in a load of
J. J. Douahoe, Now Salem, sont in a car
The First National bank of "Winfield,
lind a car of hogs on the market.
Vandiver ic Bryan have orders from
Indianapolis parties to purchase all the
jgood fat pigs, or yorkers, they can get.
They shippen aload to Indianapolis today.
tThis will further increase the demand for
Jbogs at this market.
Johnson & Corley, Mulvano, marketed a
car of hogs today.
D. M Williamson, Attica, hail two car
loads i'f cattle and hogs on today's market.
t Gilchrist & Siceloff, Belle Plain, sont in
n. load of hogs.
Grant Johnson. Elbing, had in a car of
' A. !M. Finch, AVhitowator, had a car of
J Iiojjb on the markot.
J lleese shipped a car of light hogs today.
Houston shipped two cars of cattle and
' Hanks shipped two cars of hogs and
1 cattle today.
J Hog buyers today were: Dold 400, "Whit-
laker 477. Houston 141, Keese 2."), Fort
' Worth 143.
Ichlta 1'roducc ilarkcl.
icniTA Kan. Jan. 22.
FLOUR-Hleht patent 1 2 35. second patent JS05.
rJtra fancy il ftV
BUTTFH Fancy crearoerv 2Gc. choice creamery
22c, common dahy 10t2c. Rood creamery 20c,
Siztmi dairy JTc, nne dalrj l&c.
vOQ strictly fresh, with cases lCc. strictly
ffresh. without cae 15c,
Ton TKY Thickens 2a2 J6, ducks $J 0CV32 40,
Jive Inrkrs 6C7c per pound.
APPI 1 v, ivi bbl. t 104 5a
l'OTATOKs-ttah. nackul. perlwi. Jl 15. Mluno
ota. ssi. kod. perbu. Jl la fancy Greely Jl 30.
COA1 Antliraoliefll OU, Canon Cttv tS ll Wolr
IJ.M.Kromonit l M. I'ltlsburu i 50. Ullnols
t" 00. VIcAUi!,tT J7 00.
Wichita Uraln Market.
Wichita. Kan., Jan. 21
There were no changes In prices of grain today.
TollowliiK Are the clonc auouillons.
SttAJ Nrc ar lo"' u track,
Hl.A.T-.Vo,2bo. 2 hard 76c, Ka 57Sc.No,
S?S "j'Sv 5-or bct,or 4Cc white 4Cc, new corn 4S.
HTE-NoXoi better roc
lhs Uop laCAr,ota (l 10116 Per
LIVE ST00K MAEKET.
ST. l-OPIK. Mo. Jan 21 CATTLE-Recelpts
5(5 0u. stockers and temi, r-. wt,v i T.r.'. ..
l!.1l,il?Hf!l1,50, HOI.S- llwe rt, 4700. sbipoieut-
VS. jTiLiiT"i "'j our jo, mixed fhlbjt
i00, .b,irL?cr,,t5 aM-H.pmeliU -Mi. liar.
Vet ateady. Gooit to choice 44 0S45 SO.
KAS(A5ClTT Jlo..Jaa. Sa.-CATTI.E-Recelrt
1910. ahlpment. 770 XUrkrt .bout ateady vSii!
3 254&. cow. KUS 09. Hwiere m?f!dtE
i00a3 45. HO(.S-Ke.e Pt 14..-O0. hlpl"ent 4.WL
Market 10.- hlpher. Bulk M;.i3s, alfiSradis 'S
M &. hHEl P-Keceli.ts 71-1. iUip'"t4WL Mv.
kft Ktaady and unchanged Good toch.i, o mution
3254 10. lambs 4 0fr 40 .tocken, Hnd feedir
t3 0ua3 6a
Cbicaoo. 111., Jan. 28 The Drove-a Jearaalre
porta. CATTLL he. cjpls. 9iU, abtpmentc a
Market btead . Meers 7fc6 15. cows n
tockers J2 70. HOOS - Kecfipt, 42.fta
fhlnments 7.( Jlarket weak and kinrr. Roocb
lo jrood mixed and htockern JK 250'M. banber
M40SC5. MlKrP-Tteoipt! T.aft hlpme KV
Market lower. Vatlvcs M 55 25, weiterbs 4 2i
HTexans fi Itxdl 40,
UAKKETB BY TELEGEAPE
New York Jloner.
New Yoiik. .Tan. H.
ironey on call fSy. raairUJS frm 3J per cnt.
lart loan 8, clolm otTetod at k percent.
Prime mivrran.lle jwkp-r&SS
bterllnj: exchaare quh ad earfor at J4 EJ l"r
f day bills nad H &6t, for detnnnd.
St. IajuLs rroduco.
br. Io in . Jan. X.
wnFAT-StaC. Cash Wfc3MJa. May ?5c,
CORN Finn. Cash 48?c, May 49c JolyKc
OATS strong. Cash 44c. May 45?ic,
PORK-Qulot. 10 T.X.
Chicago Grain ana Prodnce.
CHICAGO, Jan 23.
Wheat-Actlvo and weak.
Corn Dull and about steady.
Oats Dull and ejjsy.
Pork Active and weak.
I.nrd Weak and lower.
The leading futures closed a lollows:
WH EAT January 8SJ3c May Me, July OSWc
COllN January 4SJic, Febniary 49'4c May 5i?fc
OATS January 43.tc, May 45?4c Juuo 44c
POUK-February 0 S5, March 10 05. May 10 3i
I.AKD-February tofi7K March tSfc. May d07.
SUQAR Cut loaf 7Ji7Jic,yranulatodCJic stand
ard A 65a
Cash quotations were as follows:
rhOUK Steady at sllcht conce5lon- Winter
patent 4 70d5 10, sprinc patent J4 C&.44 70. bakers
tS 754 M.
WH BAT No. 2 cash iSlic
FI,AXSEF.D-1 ICal 17.
SHORT RIBv-4 75.
SHOOLDFRS-Dry malted H W1M 15.
SHORT CLKAR bIDKS-S4 t'SoS 00.
AnTiCLEi It'-cclpts. Shipments.
Wheat 21.0Q0! 129X00
Corn i:i.ftiO 46J3
Oata 77.0001 l.OX)
BUTTER Dull. Creamery 1&32GC. firsts 1520,
Kuusas City Produce.
Kansas CiTr, Jan. 23.
The Dally Indicator reports.
ri.OUK-XX O.YXX 7cc family $1C5, choice
51 4i). fancy J1S031 SS.
WHbAT OuleU No. 2 hard cash Sic bid. Jan
uary 81c bid, KJJic asked. No 2 red cash SSo bid. 91c
CORN-Stroujier. No. 2 cash 47&c bid, 4Sc asked.
OATr Easier. No. 2 cash 4l?c bid. January
4IUc bid. 45c asked.
RYE Quiet. No2ca.hanfl January nominal.
BUTTKK steady. Creamerj 2023c, dairy 133Mc
KG lK Firm at 18c.
HAY-Steady. Fancy prairie J10 50, cood to
choico K iOfet) 5a
ATTOB3TEYS AT LAW.
J.K. nAI.I.OWELI J.K. Hour, II. L. GORDON
Uattowclt. Hume. C Gordon,
Rooms 503, AM. M5 Fodcwlck IJIJc. Telephone Xo. 112.
THOMAS C. WILSON,
IfcSN Main Street. Telcphono Xo. 1L
H. C. Sluss. w. e. Stanley
SL USS C STANLEY,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harris C- Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, ill fe. Main St.. Second floor.
r.A.nonnn.MTGrr. w.ir. RAHCn.
JiOHliBA UGH f- HAUCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Proprietor of Western Collection Kureau. Col
lections made anywhore in tlm Unltil States aud
Canada. o. U7 Jlain bU, Wichita. Kansas.
E. li. JEWETT,
Rooms 2. 4 and C S08 N. Jlain St.,
John W. adamb.
(i. W. ADA.MS.
II) AM St
Attorneys nt Lavr. Ofllco. Ilrfet stairway cast of tho
Wichitn National Hank. HC-tf
(With A. 1). Mnllory
Abstracter, Conveyancer b, Notary Public
Klnodraushtint: a specialty. Complete abstracts
to any land In Jedjrw ftk county. Ofllce, Just at rfcrht
of est entrance, .Main Mreel, New Court House,
flr.st tloor. Prompt service guaranteed. Telephone
DP. E. H CPEDITOl:.
Dentist. Oulco 111 X. Main over mith ,t Stovor's.
Vitnli7plair jdnilnlstered. Residence tttJ N. To
pukii avenue, Wichita, Kansas. Dl-tf
D. W. SMITH,
Dentist. 117 North Jlaln .Street, ono door sooth ot
Finlay ,foss' rurnlture House. Wichita, Kan. OStf
Yu tets of teeth. M. JS. and (10
Golil Killings, H. and up; bllver, 75c;
Extr.ic'iiiB w'th cocilne, Gc. Wo
liOYIVS DENTA h POOMS,
DH. '1. I". JtoTP. DtU .1 A. IlOLLENIlKItOCK
HoLast Douslu8Aenue. llTJ-tf
E. E. HAMILTON, M. J.
Specialties: Diseases of the
Eve, Ear. Noso and Throat.
( alnrrh and fitting glasses.
Or.ico 127 N. Market street
Ibracl A. 31) ere block.
II. Prandom. MP.
j.'iJiSiS money required until Cancer
ifcDS' Is removed.
Office 4U, Last Douglas Aeuue. OClco hoars from
6n.ru. too p. m. d.tw
E. P. ALLEN, M. P.
Ofllce tni East Douglas Avenue, residence flrjt
door south of court houo Market MreoU
rp. a C. E UP LEY.
PHYSICIAN : AND : bUKOEON.
831 East Douglas Ave. I
Telepliono No. 116. 1
Adjoining tho Office.
DP. E. EMMA COBB,
Female and children's tltensea sprcUlty. Horn
or Ladles during confinement, strictly prlvad
Then so desired. Letters of Inquiry coiifliiouU.n
-d answered Immediately on nelpt of same
Home, "11 !itU Ida ave. Wichita, Kan. UVtf
E. Y. M UN SELL, M. D.
Medical and snrgtoil dis
eases of Eve. Ear. Nose, aud
Throat. Removal of facial
and other hlemlshes; andflt-tlnk-
Ofllce ami residence, 1300
South Emporia. 6S-tf
Eye. Ear. Noe and Throat, Ofllce IK X Mala
street, residence, Stt N Lawrence avenae, Offlco
hours 9 to 12 a. m., and 2toip. m. D-43
EYE, - EAR, - SURGERY,
Omcc hotirs P to 10 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. uuday. 9 to
19JW.H. iii. Room 15. Kecnhelmer Hiulding.
FISSCKE UsTCLA and all dle.Le of
the rectum cured without the ne of the knife, liga
ture, caustics ordetentlen from business. No money
to be paid until patient Is cured.
PrUate Diseases In both texes speedily cured.
Call oa or aUdrecs
DR. .T. E. BEN.VETT.
116tf ufflce 143 N MalnSL. Wichita.
REAL ESTATE AG-EXTS
FRLD W. ISItAEU
R. C, Israel
Eeal Estate and Rents.
To bnv Wichita city property or Sedgwick county
M at present prices means large returns on your
money, Wichita, with hr stock and other lndas
tnrs, is Just in her infancy, and such bargains as we
can new offec were never oScred before. All having
Wislnpssln our Pne aro invited to call or correspofiL
. .1 aita lntrrests of non-restdents properly
t?li.r"1?lll'-.cr,rf ior- OSco tecond Co.r IS
North Market, Israel Building. d6Jf
W. T. raOCDTOOT. o. V.IIII.
PROXTDFOOT A BIRD,
Arohtlscu and SnprtatecaBta.
OOc In Faclt-
R. W. ELDRIDUE, M. C. CAMPBELL,
ELDE1DGE & CAMPBELL,
Piveclal Information by
Wire or Mall Free on Ap-
J. O. Davidson-, Pre. H. O. Coolidce, Y.P.
Jouk Derst, Cashier.
CITIZENS' : BANK.
PAID DP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,0W
STOCKII'D'HS' LIABILITY. 1.000.000
Largest Paid Up Capital of wiy Bank la tho Stats
cf K ansa j.
frames In the city.
uive nuu a inenuiy can ana
PHILLIPS ,C PHILLIPS,
Hradnates ot the Chicago Veterinary College,
TV.. .. w,.,n,..! Ar oil li,iH ,,f rBtrlnnr
work, including; Dentistry. Canine and Cattle
Practice. Hospital accommodatloiis for all patients
reoulrinr snecial care at luerdav. Per-ons wish-
InjrtopurciMseii hot-si can nave it examine.! and a
Lcruuciiw' i suuumitr" i ivru jui j. 111 ruiv-ij "
s" the latest uv!vs Including an operating tattle.
Calls by telephone, telegraph or mail will receive
prompt attention by day or iilslit.
unice. lit North Iinroniu Avenue. Ofilce tele
phone No. 71. Hesidpuce CM N. Topeka ave. Resi
dence telephone No. 215. Ka tt
SURETY OX BONDS.
Thoe who nro requiretl to clve bonds in positions I
of tnist, and who dtlre to avoid asklni; trienrtsfo
bfcome their sureties, or who may wish to relieve
inemii rroiu lurther obllitatloos as oouasineu
should apply In person or lv letter to
W. JL LlVIS'tf STCN, Asent.
Stte Nat'l Hiik. Wichita. Kan.
Of tho American Surety Company of New York
Pamphlets on application. 10 tf
ItAlLIiOAD TIMET A PLES.
MI.SSOIMU I'Acirtc It. tc
IA1.KIVK.! J. AVE.
Kansas City Express
St. Louis Jfall nnd Express
Kansas City Express
Wiruleld and Kiowa Express...
WICHITA AVI) COLORADO,
Colorado iiall and Express....
. 7:10 a M
I 85 ! M I
, M V M
f-i'i l .1
I 0Z V M I
I S:lll a M
131 p M
! 45 l M
f-conil and Wichita struts; ticket ottleo 120
North Jlain street
TWenem and Ticket Agent.
IIME 1AISI.E CHICAGO. ItOCK ISl-ANU X l'CIf
HA II. WAY.
f'fireat Rock Island Route.")
In rtTect on and after October 19. 1?)l.
GOING NIHtTII ANM IIA.ST.
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver nnd Pacific Coxst
No. 2 Kansas City. M. Louli
and Chicago. Through
Mail and ex. dally
No. 4 Kans.is City, ht. Louis
nnd Chicago night ex.
No. Ci Accommodation.
daily except Sunday
No. .1 Kansas Citv, St. Louis
and Chicago ex. daily
No. 1 Kansas City, hU Louis
i f.0A 21
ami i nicago tnrougu mail;
and ex. daily I
No. CI Accommodation, dally I
Elegant rccllnlnc chair cars on all tr.i!n. an 1
Pullman ulit-pers from Wichita to Kansis City and
Chlcnso without chango on night trains. Tickets
sold and haRao checked through to all points
north, soiuii.Tastnnd wst. ana fteamiiip tickets
r.0,,(1,.1.,1 h,!'rVPeanrioln,t3 nt ,me9t wtes. city
ticket otTlco KW East Douclas avenue, corner Jlain
Mrvct; passenger station corner Dou'Us and Jlcai
avenues. Telephone 139.
XV. JL WisiIAHT, Ticket Agent
JXO. Srn STIAN, (J. T. ,fc P. A.. Chicago. III.
ST. I OTIS S. hA.N XKA vcim o it. it.
TltAI.Ns. I A IlltU I. I I.IAVK
No 1. doing Net, pass tiii I
Kilsnortiil MfiAJll AM
No. 3, dolugnest. iKiseng'r;
(stopsat llurrton, i 445pm H1pm
No. 4. (Joing East, passenger PtS A t !SIa
No.2, (iolng East, passengerl HiCPM IfnOPM
No.fi, (iomg E.ist ! ! 2C0PM
No. ft. doing West to Unntonl 3C0PMJ .".05pm
Trains mntkeil thus run daily.
West IiouikI train. No. 1. has Pullmnn c.ir.
West Inund train. No. 3, connects at l'.urrton for
Puelilo. Ne Jl Mco and Southern California.
Eftbt bound. No. 4. is it solid trnin to St. LouK
makes connection for FL Smitii. Little Rock and
Paris, 1 exss.
Eat bound. No. 2. night express to St. Louis, has
free leclmlng chair car and Pullman sleeper.
No. (i. fat eastern express has tri-r reclining chair
car, tout 1st sleeper, and Pullman sieeper toSt.Ixuls
No. S, fast western epre-s. has tiirougli tourist
sleej er to Los Angelos and Pullman sleeper to El
l'a'o,Te.as, and through to the City of Mexico with
City I nion Ticket ofllce. 122 North Main street
and Union Depot. Douglas avenue.
ttiu'huti Lri:iiN it. n.
I AHKIVG IXAVi:
d'olng West, pnsf.iditii)) 515pm
doing West, freight 1240PH
doing East, pass 8 40 a m
doing East, freight 1IK.VM
I nion Ticket office 122 i tn MhIii street, t'nlon
Passenger sjtntlon corner Dmm.'1ir tml Stli loemies.
XV. 1). Ml HiMiCh. D. P. A.
ATCHISON. 10PKKA A SAN f PK K. II.
I AUItlVK I.KAVl
OHTH AMI KAsT.
No. tu Kansas City ospress
T 45 a M
5 10 Pit
No. 4ur (.lilcago vestiuuiea
No. !& Mfcourl River ox-
lin II AND WT.
No. 41C Oklahoma City and
No.40i CaldwHl and Pan-'
No. 4CB Ft. Worth. Galves
ton and 'IVias express. ...
Xo. 413 Wichita Express,
from Kansas City
7 48 AM
4e&rMf stops hero
Trains marked thus . daily.
EUt'lI'MKNTNOinil AMI K.ST.
Train No. 414. Kau,s Cll expret. runs solid to
Kansas City, has etia r car service.
Train No. KM has thnmgh l'nllman from Galves
ton and connects at Newton with MM vestibule!
exprjsf. to Chicago without change, arrivuig thero
at A' next morning.
TraluNo. 418 liHe fre reclining chair oar to Kan
sas City Pullman to Kansas City, also to Topeka,
Atchisira ami S-t. Joseph.
KQrii'Mr.NT sotrrn and west.
Train No w:, has Pnllmau and chair cars.
Train No. 405 has through Pullman enr to Ft.
W Kth and Galveston.
Ttuiq No. 413 ha rwllning chair car from Kansas
City and stops at Wichita.
City I'ulon Ticket oSlce 122 North MaiD street,aad
I'nion Passenger Station corner Douglas and 5th
avenues. W. D Mckdock. D. P. A
Look before you
Flyer to St. Louis.
Take the Frisco
Xigbt express for Ransas City, St. Louis
and the ettst leavas Wichita ac 9:40 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on this
train. Mis&ouri Pacific railway. 10T t
"We liave for sale at this offlce a sectional
map of what is known as the Cherokee
outlet, together with a map of Indian ter
ritory, Oklahoma and all the Indian rer
vation 32x27, on paper $1.25, printed on
cloth $2. 130-tf
A Neapolitan gentleman happened to
show a beautiful watch to a Frenchman.
The latter admired it so much that the
Neapolitan politely offered it to him. The
Frenchman, to his great surprise, accepted
it, whereupon the donor remarked:
"How now, sir, where are your manners?
What I so politely offered to yon, you
should have as politely refused:' London
This inscription was found upon a tablet
in a country cemetery:
"Here lies the body of , who for many
years conducted a highly respectable gen
eral business in an adjoining village,
which is now continued by his widow. N.
B. No trust given.' London Tit-Bits.
"Talk about the fitness of thing?," ex
claimed Iumley, pointing to a speeding
vehicle. "There's an illustration of it.
Dr. Lancet, the surgeon, oat sleighing in
a cutter.' Boston Courier.
BOY INSTEAD OF A GIEL
A NEW BRUNSWICK WOMAN SOLVES
.THE SERVANT QUESTION.
The Little Negro Came, on Trial for a
"Week, bat Ho I.lked tho Place So Well
Ho Has Adopted the Tamily He Does
Housework as Well as a Girl.
"I think," said Mrs. Henry Archibald,
as she settled herself in one of the comfort
able seats in the ladies' parlor of the parish
building to wait for the opening of the
meeting of the New Brunswick Married
Women's guild, "that I have cot right
down to the bottom of the hired girl ques
tion." "Oh, dear, I wish I could say as much!"
responded Mrs. Oxtoby, with a sigh.
"Have you secured that perfect jewel of a
girl we have been looking for all our lives?"
"No, I have not. I have got down so far
that I have no girl at all."
"No girl at all!"
"None at all. I've got a boy a little col
"Good gracious! Why, of what earthly
use to you is a little colored boy?' What
can ho do?"
"Well, that i3 pretty hard to say. I
have only had him three days, and during
tnat time l nna tnat ue can ao anytning 1
' tell him to do, and a good many more
( things that I don't want him to do. But,
i do you know, I rather like 'the little
Imoke,' as my husband calls him. He is a
new sensation and keeps us all alive."
. "Where did you get him ?"
The other morning when Mr. Archi-
bald was "oint? out I eaid to him-'Pfpnrv
uiuu 3 0U1I1), UUU 1 Wm IV mill. neuIT.
that last girl has gone off. I wish you
j 0.ij j Httla bov to njirrv rnil
' omu senu me l jutio uu to carry coal
i and sweep the pavement.
tilda nor I is able to do such things, and
wo wouldn't want to if we were able.'
About 9 o'clock that morning a little,
short, chubby, bullet headed, bright eyed
colored boy came into the out kitchen
where Matilda was making an effort to
wash the breakfast dishes. The first thing
I heard was Matilda in argument with
TAKEN UNDER PROTEST.
"'I have nothing for you. Get away
" 'I doesn't want nuffin.'
" 'Well, clear out, then.'
" 'I's gwine to wuk.'
" 'Clear out, I tell you!' Whack! Whack!
" 'Now, you jess let me alone, you gal.
Ef you don't, afoh de Lawd I s'prise ye!'
"I thought it was time to interfere, and
went out. Matilda had broken the broom
over him, and the boy was backed up in a
corner preparing to ward off an attack
with the rolling pin. I told Matilda to de
sist, and asked the boy what he wanted.
" 'Gcraman downtown done tolo me to
come heah to wuk.'
" 'Was it Mr. Archibald?'
" 'Dunno, ma'am. Ho were a fat, four
eyed man, an' he had done slipped froo his
" 'That must be your father,' I said to
Matilda. She glared at the boy, who
dodged and threw up his hands as if ex
pecting a blow.
" 'What is your name?'
" 'Silas Moorehouse. ma'am. My mam
my lives on Cream ridge, an' Fse a strong
boy for 12 years old,' ho rattled off as if he
were saving a lesson. 'I'll do anything
you wants, ma'am, cose I'se willin' to wuk
an I'se offle hungry.'
" 'Poor little soul!' said Matilda, 'he
I shan't be hungry around here,' and in a
j minute she had a big piece of pie in the
, "Well, the boy nto his pie, carried coal,
' finished washing tho dinhes, swept up the
I kitchen and cleaned up the yard. Then he
liiiii - . i .,
had his dinner, and was washing up the
dishes again when there came a prolonged
, . .. ? . ,, , . ,
wmsue irom tneaneyaiongsiae tne nouse.
"Scuse mo a minute,' said Silas :.nd
ran out. In a second there was a terrible
fight uoing on outside the alley, with noise
enough for a dozen people in a row. I
nearly fainted, thinking somebody was go
ing to be killed from the noise they were
making, but Matilda went out and leaned
on the fence. In five minutes Silas had
sent his adversary howling out of the alley,
and Matilda came in holding Silas at arm's
length to keep his nose from bleeding en
her dress. She put his head under tho
hydrant, washed his face, bathed his noso
and finally got the bleeding stopped.
MAKES HIMSELF SOLID.
" 'Silas, you're a young hero,' said Ma
tilda soothingly. 'You licked him, didn't
" 'Course I did. I ain't gwine to have no
wuffiess young niggahs a-foolin' aroun' my
place of business.'
"From that timo Silas was Matilda's
friend. lie did his work well, and appear-
I ed happy over it, for he whistled until he
made my head ache, and when he polished
' the fctove he did it with two brushes, beat- j
i mg time with noise enough for a drum
: "Tho first night when the work was
j done I said to Silas: 'That is all to-night.
You can come back about 7 o'clock in the
morning,' and I gave him fifty cents. He
I gave me a strange, wistful look, and say
ing 'Good night, ma am,' went out, shut
ting the kitchen door softly after him. I
thought no more of the matter until I
came down in the morning to find Silas
sitting in front of the stove with his feet in
a bucket of hot water and Matilda giving
him hot coffee.
" 'What is the matter with Silas?' I asked
" 'Nothing much, mother,' she answered, j
'only I found him nearly perished with
cold out in the woodshed, where he has I
been all night.'
" 'Why, child,' I said, 'why did you not
" 'I isn't gwine home no moah.'
" 'Whj-, Silas Why won't you go home?'
" 'Ef I go back to de ridge dey'll club me
and take my fifty cents away.'
"Gradually I got the boy's story from
him. His father and mother were both
dead, and he had no home in reality. The
story he had told me about his mother on
Cream ridge had been taught him by the
idle and worthless colored people who sent
him ont to hunt work and took his money
from him whenever he earned any. The
second nicht Silas slept in a warm bed in
the garret, and was the first one up in
the house in the morning. When Matilda
came down he had a roarins? fire in the
kitchen, the kettle boiling and the front
pavement swept. He told her confidenti
ally as he took his half dollar out of his
mouth and handed it to her:
" 'I'se newah gwine away from heah no
moah. I'se done 'dapted you and you
mother an you fodder, an' I don't need no
wages.' "New York World.
A Lucky Fellow.
Bilkins So Goodheart, who was once
engaged to you. has married Miss Sweetie,
eh? WeH, he's a lucky fellow.
Mrs. Bilkins Do you know Sfjss Sweetie?
Bilkins No, but I know you. New
EKl&A ABBOTTS BOWERY.
Hoc Tbrilliajr Bescne of a Child
Xtob1bc In a TexJLS Bayoa.
Special Qu-i esyonrifacr1.
GArsTsanoi-, Tex Jan. 15. One of the
mossthriCing KHsdectB in the remarkable i
Cireer-of the lase Rrrcma Abbott, the cp-cra-singes-,
occcrred here in. Pehruary, six
The wiater of 1SS4-65 was the coldest on
record here, with the-exospdon of thai-of
1S15-46, and the bsrocs were -covered -arith.
magnificent giassyice. Er7bocyija-uni
I fac5Mft.coaashu2yriP5 vs. iiaXx.iro'r
aavanrags-or tins rre opportunity to'nse
them, and anions the skaters was tfcc great
prima donna-ond most of the members of
her opera company, which was here for a
three nights' engagement.
"Mitre Abbott proved, herself to be easily
the best skater on the ice, and was soon
skisumng mvay with long, graceful strokes
down the bsyon.
Suddenly her attention was attracted by
the sharp cry of a child in distress, and she
i saw the head and shoulders of & little girl
just-as they were-disappearing through an
air hole somo distance from the singer and
hidden from every other siaeer on tho ice
by a Jbeiul in the shore of the bayou. Has
tily throwing aside her heavy sealskin
wraps Miss Abbott started to tho rescae of
the b'ttle one. As she approached the air
hole ominons cracking sounds told herthat
J the ice was unsafe, but on she went, her
danger increasing each instant. She
dropped to her hands and knees and crept
close to the opening.
The child had sunk, but fortunately
thero was no current in tho bayou to carry
her under the ice, and as Miss Abbots crept
on tie rotten ice to the edge of the air holo
the girl rose to tho surface of the water
gasping and terror stricken.
Instantly the dehcaie hand of tho canta
trice grasped the child's shouldor, and with
a strength born of desperation pulled her,
dripping, from the water. Other skaters
lwwl approached by this time, but Mis3 Ab
bott waved them back, shouting a warning
that the ice was rotten and would not bear
Placing tho child in front of her on tho
ice, which was constantly giving out
crackling threats to plunge them both
j into the water, Miss Abbott mude her way
along on hands and knees to a placo of
The news of her heroism spread like
wild fire through the city, and when tho
curtain roso that night at tho Opera houso
the mayor and city council were present
and Miss Abbott was received with mad
enthusiasm. During tho afternoon before
the performance, aud nt, night after it was
over, her hotel was constantly surrounded
by a crowd of citizens, and bouquets and
letters of congratulation were sent to her
The child she rescued was tho daughter
of Dr. Parker, a well known Galveston
World's Fuir Xutcs.
CniCAGO, Jan. 13. Few people, except
those who have spent a lifetime in profos
sionsorin business havingrelation to build
ing operations, can fully realize the magni
tude of the task that is to be accomplished
before tho various contemplated structures
are ready for the reception of their con
tents. Nearly ilOO.OOO a decidedly good
sized fortune in itself will have to bo ex
pended on the very ground before a single
foundation stone is laid or a central pier
sunk. Nearly a qnarter of a million cubic
yards of sand has first to be dredged from
the location decided upon for the lagoon,
and then to be used in filling up the uneven
portions of Jackson park. Even this im
mense quantity , however, will not be suffi
cient for the latter purpose, and 200,000
cubic yards additional Ls to be dug from
Still another quarter of a million yards
of sand is to be sought, for down on the
Indiana state line oa the lake front, or
elsewhere, while 43S,000 yards of black
earth is to be procured for possible con
tingencies in the way of filling up. This
is an aggregate of considerably over ono
million cubic yards of material, and of tho
total over one-half must bo taken from
places that will huvo to be refilled when
the exposition has closed it3 doors and
said farewell to the world. The total cost
will bo dividea between the World's fair
directory and the park commissioners, the
latter, however, getting a little the best of
the deal in a financial senve.
The entire force of officials of the fair,
national and local, is now located on tho
fourth floor of the imposing ten story
structure at Adams and Quincy street.
known as the Rand-McNally building, and
here evwry man and woman officially iden
tified vrtth tho enterprise can be addressed
for the next three years. At present there
are but fifty-six names on tho pay roll,
but when several of the departments,
which as yet are in a state of coma, are
quickened into life, this number will bo
doubletland trebled. In all, tho quarters
cover no less than 20,000 square feet of
Director General Davis has a spacious
andeiegsut suite, while Chief Handy, of
the press bureau, has been Euccessful in
persuading-tho powers that bo to concede
him three times as many apartments as
had been allotted to h bureau on the
original plan. Expcrienccl newspaper
man as he is, ho has tbewn himself olive to
the reqrrirp.mpnw-of members of the pro
fewion from out of town by setting aaido
one of the bestrcoms of bis raite for tbeir
accormnodatioti and convenience.
MissPhashc Cotnuis, thoaecrctnry otthe
women's board, and who in buckling down
to work with, a deterrnmaiion in keeping
with, .her previocs reputation, hw tbejoam
next to that of Secretary Basecrwurth,
wbilethe quarters of Mra. Potter Palmer
esdjoin. those of her lady coileaua on the
right. Tho lgysfrircoia of all, and which
Is really 6ix apartmeatd thrown into one,
isiittod up -with farty-uvodesksAcd looks
for ell the world like a mmisturc of tho
senatohanber at Washington. Here it
is that the national cozanrsedon nod the
local directory will sit in judgment.
Hsxirr M. Huyr.
Don't wear a broken or patched lace in
your Bhoe. No matter how far you are
from home you can step on a bootblack
stand and have the man remedy the matter.
Don't, above all, wear a silk hat if you
are a young man. with the idea that it will
lend you the dignity you do not po&s&sa.
It will only cause other people to feel sorry
Don't wear a small block satin bow or a
white lawn tie tobesinessevHry day unless
you are a professional man. It is oaly
among the latter class that this practice is
Don't keep frayed collars and cuiTa lying
among your linen. Sort them out aad
give them away, for if you should happen
to wear one $ome time the entire effect of
the rest of your clothes would be kt.
Don't wear a pair of cracked patent
leather shoes. TiWy will bo noticrd more
thin you have any idea of; &ud don't try to
get them ptcbl and thro wear tfeera. If
anything, they look wors taaa before.
The idea of wearing two scarf pins is one
of tDtj most amusing yet vulgar fds tfcat
has bees pahed before the eye of tfce pub
lic for maaya dxy. It i- tomethtJig &e
sensible, or even well dressed, gaotlonartn
woaM be saitEpL New York WcrhL
q O 0o
V L A
TILE PEOPLE'S COLON.
Your Wants Supplied-
Th following rat$uatler the UUTercnt beafiiajs
JTPnyablo Strietiy in Advance.
No advertisements talten for lets Uiva M cwat'.
Ot '.iae hdvert jwsiBniita cuircl mine nto a-, two
VO ADVFHTISEMENTS TAKEN "TO It UN UN
1.FuIi.rI5: Frio x'vca linear r!a."l3Nl beads In this cotun. i
applicable only to local r.drartiwi -ate. ;o ieratgu
act ii;.$csoRtii htVrn 2.1 pi-lcw e:Ten
A:-srert lo adrertlwrr.antd ert jj rnrrof tht
Uaoi.s oSScr should !- rauled for - ibiu lodav
iltr insertion. "hlM advertiser w . rf r.iyt rwr
warded totliem Mumped raTc'opot ikosi lw uf
Reference to ionoer dtremtuinnji! tut.-t.! sltr
Jr&crlptloi &d d A.e of ihertiou or copy of taa ml-
trtNexfut should bs Witt.
.Not respi'Ui.'lc for advartUemenu given or dlj.
continued hy tU-jhoae.
'.' A X TEPEEMA L E II ELP.
Lnder ttus Bead ?c ir Hue pr day.
,'AXTED-UOOD OIKI. TO 1M OKXEKAI.
ttOUHt worlc A pjHjr at SB N Larreac. W ff
rAXTKD-A UOOl) til HI. FOK Ufc.NKRAL
bont-euwrS, SO VToftrkaitte. 413-lf
Jl iscclla n co its.
SI T UA TI ONSFEJl A L E.
ladcr Una thtid K- pr lin ier day.
; A.STKD-A alTl'ATlOX TO 1M1 UKXtttAl.
tioaw work, by an exirr!nced colorra wo
tallat Jt7 KIiHncU.rooni II. M '
T7"AXTEU-AX Al'IREXTICK (Jlltl. TO
learu droM muftiue. Metcnor block, rtxim St,
Ht. L. K. Uret ken. i3 4
A AXCIXO SCHOOL - J-VKXIXO rl,VS6
XJ ludulL-l Monday t fUlUKs. MuU ChiMnMi'i
clas. aturOity ,tu rnoun, ,-ju w j. t Jarnhl halt
MlMLucy .rd, teatiwr. drt-Mc
( ANTKDMALIS HELP.
i Hour tli In Ji-ad 3c r lib ur du.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
"WAXTED-TKAVEMMI SAI.EiMAX, EX-
I Llu-ite or lllo line; mut be eeruti; ana re
liable. 1 . Juttuil, i-J IteurbutH bt.. CIikhu. i'J i'
V and t.ooK-kfoiiiT mho dewrr ihwiIiodk, to
apply ut the N.ttluiutl .tvounUiii'arnt .-K'noKrapli-er
liunuu Office fur tli ur of Kala, Colo
rado. XebrNil;M, MHwmrl ut.d Teni at tho Joutti
v, oettrn ltuslov-bt CoIIi;r, V ichna. ICaii. Zltf
-7 AXTEIJ ni'SIXEijS MkX WHO ARE IX
Y V nf d of blem))ST-lihcrs or urcouutaAUi to call
at the Xutioiml Acrouiiiauf nnd Mt-oojirophor's
lturcjiii Hi iint'h offlt-o at tto .soothwwitcrn ltol
lis l olkge. tbtta. Kan. We UMiall) lm ou
our aMdkntlon Hm tbotonBhly coniiWHt boolc
keeptrs mtuI Menocraplwr-s vtitlt Hrt clam lofvrru
tea lltlp luriilebtd litiut cbaritt). SWtf
SITU A TJONSMA LIS,
l no ci tbls head lv lr Him pt day.
"TITAXTEI) -A SITUATION AS TKAVEMXO
r V .-ak-iinaii by u joiliit, man. llavr bad II ywtrs
experience, Addrw K, cur of ltotttlir'sdniK atoru,
0.7 ha-t Oak ht. IcblU, han i '
A G EN IS Jf A N 'TED.
t niiei tbis limd iU. per line ir uy
ANThU-AOKXl S TO hF.l.l, THK IMXI.ES
ClutJieIJiK tbeotdv UiMfOtrr iuvrutrd tttat
hold tlte UHIif wtthoul tiu: a uorfort uc.as.
I puieut ixfiitly iMtiml; oiu only byieuu. to wtioui
I Hie et!u-iv ri(tit u piven. oa rwcflyt of bu ct'tiW
I we Hill endn JiiiJe line hy malls also clrcalars.
jirKe nt and lertna to acaif. ocaro your turritort
atoiM.e. AUdies ll.e I'luiews CMHiien l.ia lo, (7
lltriaon street. A otvar. Maea. I31-wi-rto
TIT AXTJ.I)AOENTt IX KXfcRY rlTY.IOWX
V mnl tiliafln in tho tnitrd Mule irscspl la
ftate of haiof to UleaHbM.rtptloli. ItMUunHefa
can luai. n. So capital rqulrd. iMtapl
copKn fifv. lan touitiilMuoiu., money ta UhmmJ
bj i;tUiii: up t-iuo-. Autileaa lb tM,luta Ki.
vliiiita. uan. Mf
Employment A (nicies.
I iiit Ibik bead 2c fur line pr day
UA NTEDJIISCELLASEO US
OCM-JIAN JtERTAt'ItAXT. 3M XOKTH MAIN.
JL Oystortt lu any atyir; the ImM couk li Uh ilty.
uinn-r iio a.rTirthiBtt fbtU- .s.ti;i mn i
I'l iiieai. n, snort oroern on rbort Dimd. luur jmI
ruuoKC volk'Kml. a! M
'ANTED TO KXLHAXOE KOK TO K OF
dry tfootla or several mercnaortl atock. a
nnoimprovm rsnen mm ooa naaori n-aa i mn
brred treoa foit aad IiorMcx, Unrty-uv mittm
frre rajigr. All correpoa44c contWIe.atkal For
partkuUrn Addrt Mrs. M A. Amutrooir. un
duute. took Co Wyo. if. .1
ANTEU-A WOUAK AT I.BAST OVJtK
year old. poanwaiDg mm ImmImmi abi'lty
ami tvnliuc to work, will fcn laatraclad la or bual
iime and tlin c1tb a repoMllMw poMUua. AtUraM
U (. . car J.HifK. t
ANTI.O-TO BtT OX WIIITK FEMALE
rabbit. At4rr J Clayton, tli UooKlaa,
W uliiui. Kan.
AXTKU-KENTJiKS FOK THKEL .Nil ELY
tond4ed rooamat two froat ram zm Jl
'ANTfIdTO TRADE ACRES OF FIKST-
cUm unuaprwved lad bi Trtc eooMy, Kaa,
.". milf Dortto of t. J, railroad omr fcllta. Etila to..
for 5loci catU tdMlrdairwWofio ia I .
I' or nutt Fe rnUroad. Am& at aaeo W K
Oaat. l. norUnt. I.L tt tf
will ma It to too UMT9t of tha onU to
cju nuttiif aad Ul Ja. iMMtKioa. liUol Jsroa.
r AXTED-CTuF.RJC5. HOOK KEEPER Jt. hTF.f
l v-por aid tdna aroratarm, or atkei
in-MHt io Wifc u bonataTinlily coanyetuwt
.c tL abovn brafattwa. to cadi at Uw tw tbweatem
J.i mm (i,x. tvrmmc Ummzl & 'locals av
u, Vt j-uiia. Jvaaw U
- ANTEt-LA0IES AXO emrrEEUEx TO
attend ibc X ItW t toot at Uaa Buuawaatam
rt-m CoiJf. nftavtftaad. aeKtada. ?
n.afiBip fi aritlUMtic ltaiirainiilj tabeti- call or
w-r.d tor rtrouar. 4UUU
POP SA LIS 31 iscellu neons.
I i-dr ltda baatf Je r ilae pr day
T7"OR SALE-CHEAP -BRAta I PKIOMT JLT.
X1 PertoU ttiL. Addraaa ai o. 4. Uiata.
1,XK SALE-WATER PASItL-A PIRK BKEO
X atr feaaaM. abow low (Boot as otd tdo
emn a 6ar or Utumt brad doc M tooad. la W -
at W. T. Blabov A o' ciar Mora, ia aawl Flrat
Mreeu y rrw totfay 1
T,XK HALE OR KEVT-ajlALL FARM UK AT
X' m on la" i owatua, tkra aiU- froa Moi'aaa.
Eaqatro of Fraaa jwcott. t ta Fa Baaar,. 47
T,XR AI.E I FTE WUXHt VOW. MMoaTES
X UttetttwtotoHa. j inland poi 4 I -atna
boar. Ala tb aliarii A JUke adluo aad a-ffaedr
bmttkr Wlil bMjtd rry rtMtasfoaa Addran
S.b. Vt. rar oia iMM. Wwhtta. a
FOR "ALE-A SEW jTCK OF DRY HOUOS
aad cronia. aboac llifla, drta a road boat.
-. Wai4 L. tkalf eat. taw aa aod rtar
Pfpaiiyy ar Ut rtoct. itaraa Dry faofa. car of
iron SAXE-ABrriirjRrioi. tiifoo rr
X of tBta. daastbar in aad yard. A1 tltmr
iMkimW4im. Oair W la a aavt
wa. A.nm tUtucttmr. em at Eae oflw. it
ns ci. r-Tw. wrif -ra ijra in . -r
kla Iml aaiJiCv Maak IKUM a&i. aat
MKl,((,HlM"icmMMwa uiwn ay
OR !ALE A HAXOfWT. LJTHCRAJX
af tardty af w avana. gf amiaoif ra-r
iaMav bianam. mtfm. awraa. e . Ma nra aa
.m paptT. jwvto a ne. 1 tar JacraVg
cttbtawa Arial"icu- Jta Watte.
riiarXJCTT-riYTK CCXT9 A JTI XDSD AT
X riaaaW.oaitaaaaatfc4iaf aacata jmbv
tS aanrtryot oiCU
jjjikf -" I E rvfa. HO:rHAD
X mtVTf aa ava. ttn rf fe, aad acaa
h wra iad faaai B,j o? ttr ,;, ar
jaawacy iitraiiate, t .uf wu tta w ,?
taTil'fcSiU.Sii. " U2-U
TffE PEOPLE'S COLUM.
Your Wants Supplied,
FOR SALE Horses and Vehicles
Ladcr UjU bead ic per lino per dy.
Under tbLned 3c ptr line prilr.
FOU TKAIIfc-WILL THADK A TWO STQHY
brick uura ana small dvreltlnc honc. aB In
jWo property, for farm land In tlirlek owiaty.
HI losuwi- a szaaU tncntnbrance. Addre X
TepoVa atoQUv. 35 if
IJIOR TRADK-TBAJl TIIIJESHKR IX GOOD
-..wdw: """ IM5,,r rM' v'l fc or lHd.
VVIllinstoaumclocinMbrAjKc. Huva alo rooO.
iHrro for -ni r trnda. ha, tity proixirty ristr to
trade for fanu, HeaJy ,v litraa. mt
I l.der (1,1m btd Zn. prr iim pr tay.
7o;t K. r-nocsE, n; x makkkt. by poi
JfPOR KKXT-AN KIOHT OOM HOLSt AT
t Xo, tta Eatrvtotv ht; alt mottarH l,urt.
CHaMU, ;tcd ail arottad. goo rtaala. val hou-e.
ooUar. mrm. hath rtmm. omepietu. Swt afHeakt
"aler: aicw porcfc buck aad froat. rUm xtJBts
lnm fa,v and carrUma sate. Far ptttmit tr.i
qulrs at P. tJ&rre s uroxory, canrnr Kaana a ,4
Doagrlaa avea. X a
FOli REST Rooms.
I ader ta. bond 3c prr I aosur day.
yoii R KX T-Cii E.V'xTnOJC Jfbt -Ej
nrorly saw; cjomj la: K otll Lanroaco avc
FOR JUST-TWO XICKLY FUMNl-m
retA4,alao laWo aaardan, wasted. IUVi a
ilariet j t.
TTorboTrd axd RoojrviTiiroiiN,r)u
X aatraac caU m IK X Topataayr,
l?OR RKXT-A"PLkUSAXT HM iClMll"
1 vak fuiBtly. aa btaui; of DwibIihj ami M . ,u
I7tORKKXT-A VERY DEStKABLK riKNH.
j ed room ot 3M N Eaiaarta. au
"170R KTRXT-sTOttE ROa 'j(HL AT ri.W . tl.
J Doi;la art. inquire at Bukar, K jSi t A o,
M Xortb aurkr; t. ui "
FOR It EX '" ill fr etlancous.
ludrr tUla baadSi: it l.joowiUr
J?OR RJtXT-XOttTH RALI'OT BKAI o.N V h hi
. CSV Mttrkot u. uiJtsartaftWcait r . .'?
to S Soar and baaviuoal. iwitaMa tar-urc . ..
whOawilo awitaam or faoWry. fawuot Rn 4 r
L09T-A BLACK nOO sKLV OLOYK H)K 1 ilK
rtatbt aaad flmlw tWU ai hMt w iv
israalBroa JjftX ilnrkot street d iwotdtr i- . 4.
f OST-A PAltl OK r.Ol.D NPSCT I - -.V
-1j Mwaday, Jaa. I, probably toiai wi.-r mi
0(HaxbM or iiulB. PUaeo itatva at k.ali (!.. c , 1
l."t reward. '
J'bfeT-A mH'NO HLl'K "tCRQI olsK I 'l
J rlnn. bat, x'-d bur raaalac lonmKii . .- ,-,
ttMafc luat ut opvra boa. Funkr m n 4
EaffJo ettoa. . :
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THE WICHITA EAGLE
(U.M. MCRIXKKA BHO)
Binders, Pjjbljshnrs and
CITY COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP
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31. H. P.oehelle. Adtlrent
The Wichita Remedy Co.
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Commencing homlay. Jnlr I3.ltfft, tha
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