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JJxt ISIicftitagailg gaglc: ato-clay IgLmihtQ, JUtxntsi 1, 1891.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
the Eeceipts of Stock at the Wichita
Union Stock Yards for the Past 24
Hours "Were as Follows: 360 Cattle,
20 Hogs. Shipments, 50 Cattle-
Wichita, July 31.
.Nothing was offered for sale in the cat
tle market today but yesterday's hold
overs consequently trading was not at all
Slively. The prices were at least steady
-mid some of the buyers say stronger than
duriog the last few days. None but a
Xrain of cattle to be fed were unloaded at
the yards today.
The following aro the closing quotations:
Uative shipping steers, cood to extra 11 505 25
JGood to extra native butcher steers, 10W3
1200 pounds 3 758:4 50
Jvattvo feeding- steers, flOOJIOW pounds 3 23&.1 60
Native Blockers. W28a0 pounds 2 OSHtl 03
Xhoirecows and jieifers. ...,...,.. 2 25a2 50
fair to good cows and heifers. 3 762 00
ulls and stags 150.42 25
at yearling steers 3 (KM3 fvj
jGood yearllus steers 2 50S2 7
fanners 1 ool 50
Poorer Grades and scallawags SOal )J
Veal calve-". 121V5.1S0 pounds, per head 4 5QQ;7 0)
fl exas Kteers. jrood to extra, corn fed 3 SQil 7d
tfexas steers, fair 2 50ft CJ
Jexjis cowj. medium to' prime, corn fed... 1 60a2 5q
Tho following are the representative sales of cat
tle at the yards today:
frfo. Descrlnioa. Atl'. Trice.
d Storkers 778 2 3
15 Texas steers 915 z 50
8 Stoekers 713 25
b Heifers v 911 2 2U
A Heifer 830 2 15
) Oral 32 2 03
1 Hull , 1333 1 83
J Hull ...... fr 17V) 1 70
1 Cow 1070 1 IS
1 row ;.11U0 J 60
4 Stoclers...s.t.A 417 3 0
1 Cow !00 1 50
J Canncr 1000 120
Afew wagon hogs and yesterday's hold
overs were all that was on today's market,
though more could have been sold. Port
Worth, the only packer in the field, had
an order and bought all they could and
wanted more. The prices were about
pteadyandthe quality of hogs fair. 5 00
was the top of the market.
The following are the representative sales of hogs
Ct the yards today:
Ko Dock at. Price. No Dock A v. Trice.
22 .... 2S0 5 00 8 .... 3S3 4 93
A7 .... 71 60 .... 2B 4 M)
10 43 VJ0 4 90 6 ,... 213 45
fjocd ;tock shoep.jKJ&lOO $350(55 0(1
Oood -took enm T(WiJl
2 WJ3 U)
2 Cl3 00
Good to extra w cttiers. 75SS5.
Good to extra lambs ;... 4 005 W)
LIYE ST00K LTAKKET.
ICakAS Crrr. Mo.. July 3!. CATTLE Receipts
E880. hlilt)inenfj2200. Market steady to Wc lower,
hteers li 'JUfcU IX), cowk tl JOft.i 5(1, stockers .aid
feeders 42 503 & HOGS Receipts 4200, sliip
inents 17IX). Maikct steady. 35ulk J5 2oCt5 40. nil
Krados t-4 30c5 45, snHLP Receipts 700. ship
ments 1000 Slarkrt steady
St. i.ouis.Mo., JulySL CATTLH Receipts S100,
shlpnionts 3,700. Market lower Natives 12 !Wi5 W,
Texan'-and Indians (2 2Ji t'o. IIOGb Receipts
MU). shipment 4,(O0. Maiket lower. Uutcheis,
$5 3ue- 1. mixed grades S5 005 lit, lK'ht J5 40
6 5S. SHKEI' J'ocelpta 1000. shipments 3,bu0.
Mnrket stronsr. Fancy S3 00 ib 00.
Obioago. ills., .July 31. CATTLE Receipts 11000.
shipments 4U00. Stt'dy. Natlre stoers 4 755 90,
jiatlo feeders 13 254 25, Toxans i2 40M3S),
rnnecrs ti 404 75, stockers f 2 75a 150. butchers
ions C0ffl3 2a HOGS Receipts ISOO1!. shimen s
fffliV. ilarket active and steady to hither Rouzh
luid common f4 TaWa 00. mixed 5 1(!&5 45, butchuis'
ili&OaSGO. light J5 255 75. SHKEP-Recelpts
40 hipnientH 2.000. Market steady. Native ewes
H 50(94 u), mixed and otiiers T4 C.V35 25. Texans
l 2uw4 UO. -vveiterns H 404 55, lumbs 3 7535 CO.
Wichita Grain Market.
Wichita, July 31.
Following are tho closins quotations:
GRAIN Car lot son track.
WJiUAT No 2. 75c, No 2 hard 76c, No 3 73c, No 4
COc new w heat 4IKC.jc.
COKN No 3 or better 45c
OA l"b 22c.
RYK So 3 or bettor fCc
HAY-Baled 46 OO-gfi per ton, loose. $4 0ftg5 OJ.
GROUND CORN-Chop In car lots 1 00 per 100
pounds, corn un' oats l 10 ier 110 pounds, bran
ucked, &0o per 1C0 uounds.
1 ichita i'roduco Market.
Wichita. .Tiilv SO.
rLOT7R nichest patent 52 CO. second patent f2 30
extra fancy t2 2it. fn y 'i 05
IJUTTHK Flint creamerj 17c, second creamerv
15c. tin est daity llr, tine dairy 9c, common daily 7c
KGGb 19c pur dozen.
POULTRY Roosters i I0S2 00. hens 52 75S3 25.
fcprmg oJilckens 12 SlkaS 00.
POrA'l OKS New, 50c per bushel.
COAL Anthracite U U. Canon City fS 00. Weir
Citj ?4 50, routenac J4 50, l'ittsuurtr, 4 0. IlilnoU
7 aMcAlUstori7 10.
MAEKETS BY TELEGEAPE
New York Mone.v.
New York, July SI.
Jloney on call easy ranging from 1 to 2 per
tent, closed offered at 2.
1'ilBve mercantile paner5fl.7.
Sterling exchange Ann at 4 Hii for 03-day bills,
tnd 4 5Cv for demand,
lotaitale of stock today was 213,000 shares.
Chicago Grain and Produce,
Chicago. July 31.
Whnut Weak and lower- Cnsh S'c. .InlySTJfc.
August STisc September Site, December 89c.
Corn Lower. Cash 69&Glc, July ide, AusuatiS)!",
Oats Weak and lower.
Laiil hov, r.
Tho leading futures ranged as follows:
FLOl R Dull, nsy. Srrinit patents 14 9335 4(1,
Trluior patents 4 $rS 10. straight J4 C5J50u. b iker-.'
WIUIAl July 67Mc. August fcTJsc. bepttmrrr
Wife, I).-cemb-i 89fic
LORN- July Mr August 5Sc, September iffc
OA I's Jill v and August 27?ic September STCfp
PORK July ill &U. SoptcmDer ill 'ibt, OctoDer
1 6 70. October
Ch Quotation-, were as follows:
MIOKT RUiS T6 S06 S5.
DRY hALT SHOULnCRS-?6 ?8fl 00
SHORT CLEAR SIDE-57 257 43.
aiuicles. Receipts, Shipments.
Wk.t " 44M 2B5.P0C
Cora 5751.000 14S.0UU
OaU 23tt,a"9j 89 tx)
HUTTKK Knler, Fancy Elgin creamery 1543
3Cc. fln vi iern 14ffic lino dairy 1214c
Kansas City Prodiice-
K.VNfcAS CITY. July 31.
rLOUR-XX c. XXX 76c family il 05, choice
1 , fancy l SUA1 S5.
WHEAT-Steady. No. 2 hard, csb, 77c bid.
July btlc bid. No. 2 red. cash Rk? bM. July Sac
CORN Ufflw. No 2 cash 6itS4c JulvaJStc.
OATu bteady. No, 2 cash 27Hik bid. July 27Jfc
BtTTER-Mendy. Creamery 18ei5c. dairy 10$
Vc. we twr-Vl me. packing 3el0c
J I Gtts-Finn at 10c
IlA Weak, but unchanged Fancy prairie 16 50
articles. Receipts. fchlpmects.
VJoa.U 19 500 StSJi
ot S.3WI ,000
St. Loois, July SL
WHEAT Lower. No. 2 CasbflJic, July Slc.
August j,Jic. bieinter S5Hc December ai.
ColiN-Wmk. No 2 Cah HHc, July Slifc
Ancnst 54c -ej-mber 5o. year ttfrsc.
t-uii at oa. no. ca.n 3S4S2Sic Wd,
Aurwtajc b4L September 28Hc "bid.
LARD-Un i tt,
AVHISKY st. ady. J J 17,
akticlks. Receipts. Shipment.
;"? ,oeo pvooi
t. u-:-"il . 5Afl 4.UW
1'lrst noor RUnbs.
Blanks of every description can be found
in tho business ofhee ot the Eagle, firt
lloor, in quantities to suit. Call at the
ALL HALLOWS ACADEMY.
Conducted "by Sisters of Charity, B.
V. M., Wichita, Kan.
TbsAcAdemy Courto lg thorough in the Prepara
tory, senior and classical trades. la the Musical
and Art Departments overyears 1b taken to elevate
he taste of the pupils. Hoard and tuition per sen
Jon of five mouths J7S. Payment required In ad
ance. No pupil resolved tor lei3 than a aesslba.
end for prospectus. 127 tt
J. E. JENNINGS, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Special attention plven to the treatment of Ca
takkh and to the cure ot Cataiuc?j r.d Squint.
Glasses accurately adjusted to correct Eypensetro
pla. Myopia. Presblopla, Astisrmatism, Asthenopia
and Diplopia. Precriptlons filled as soon as made,
office Ed floor. 123 North Main St,. "Wichita. 7
DR. JAS. C, HARRELL,
Treats all diseases with Specific and Dosimetric
Remedies. Presetlptlona filled as soon as made
with elesant. positive, pleasant and effectual rom
edli. nnicfl honrfl B to 12 ft. m: 2 to5D. m : 7 to 9
eveslnsn 2 to 3 30 p. ra. Sunday, Office 24 E Douglasr,
Ave. opposite uarey iiotei. wicnua, ivan. su i iuo
DR. E. EMMA COBB,
Females and Childrens diseases a specialty.
Home for ladles durinp confinement. Strictly pri
vate -when to desired, also permanent homes pro
vided for children when defclred. Letters of Inqui
ry confidential and aswered promptly. Home 711
Ida Avenue, Wichita, Kansas.
DR. MARY GAGE DAY.
25 and 25 Zlmmerly block. Oface houra-2 to 5 p. m . i
E. E. HAMILTON, M. D.,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Ofllce
North Market street.
iXO FAY j I
FISRUHE FISTCLA and all disease! ot
the rectum curod without tho use Of the knife, liga
ture, caustics or detention from Dullness. No money
to bo paid until patient Is ourotl.
PKI VA'I U DlbKASEs In both sexos ipeedily.
cuied Cull on or address
DR. J. E. BENNETT.
llSlt oflloo 14.1 N Main St.. Wichita.
DR. C. C. FURLEY.
rcats all diseases.
Medical or Surcical.
Ofllce 331 Douglas avenue, coi nfcr Topeka avenue,
residence adjoining. Telo phono 116.
E. Y. 31 UN SELL, M. D.
dedlcal and surslcal dls
ees of Eye. Ear. Nose, and
irnnf HpmnTal af facial
.and other blemishes; ajidtit-.
Ofllco'nnd residence. 1W0
Boutli Eiuporla. et-tf
EVE, - EAR, -SURGERY.
LargestStock of Spectacle in the city. Prescrip
tions tilled as soon ah made.
onlce hours 9 to 10 a. m., I to 4 p. in. Sunday. 9 to
10J0.u. in. 117 N6rth Main stteet.
ATTOKBYS AT LAW..;
J. E. HOWARD.
Attorney at Law. Claims against Railroad
Companies and Commercial Law. specialties. Of
flco W .Sedgwick Clock. 43
J.R. Hai.i.owell. H. L. Goitnos
HALLO WELL C GORDON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
phono No. 'll. " ' d22-tf
E. B. JEWETT,
Lawyer. Rooms 2. 4 and C 203 N. Main st Wichita. I
H. C. Slcss. w. E. Stanley.
SLT7SS cC STANLEY,
.Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas.
Harris, Harr-ts C Vermillion,
Attorneys at Law, 111 S. Main St.. Sooond floor.
John W. Adams. G. W. adajis.
ADAMS tC ADAMS,
Attornevsat Law. Office, first stairway east of the
Wichita National Hank. 110-tf
A.J. A RELEGATE.
(With A. D. Mallory
Abstracter, Oonverancer & Notary Public
Firm draughting a specialty. Complete abstracts
to nny land In f edrwlek county. Ofllce. jast at right
of west enhance. Mnln street. New Court cHouo,
first floor. Pionipt servlco guaianteed. Telephone
G. G. McCOY, D. D. S,
Dentist: OflicoroomS, Richland Block, 405 East
Douglas Ave. 61
BOYD'S DENT J L ROOMS,
Full sets of teeth f.i. J 8. and Tin.
sififjs Vitalized air given for tho painless
XSnS-, extraction of teeth, only Firm in tho
city mat inai.es tneir own air, maae
1 . FOYD. DR. .1. A. HOLLENnERQER
11 East Douglas Avenue. lC9-tf
E. J. CREDITOR,
144 iXorib. ifaiu Street,
H. N. ENE.CHT,
kazors a:xd shears.
Grinder of All Kinds of Edged Tools.
Surgical Instruments Repaired.
229 X. Main St. Wichita. Kan
L. H. OLDFIELD,
Will solicit conslgments of homo products for
ioo.tl trade solicited for foreign products.
No,143 MnlnMreet - lchlta Kan
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
1 ItfcU V. KllAEU
R, C. lattAEL
Heal Estate and Rents.
To buy Wichita cltv property or Sengwlck countv
land at present prices means large returns on vour
money, Wichita, with her stock and other indus
tries. Is Just la her Infancy, and such bargains as wo
can now offer were never offered before Ail having
business in our line are Invited to cs.ll or correspond.
The Wichita Inteiests of con-res'dents properlv
ind faithfully cared for Omco second floor UJ
North M&rkaU Israel Building. duj:f
M. FniLUPS. s E. Pbiliips
RiiiLLirs p rniLLii'S,
Rrndites of tho Chicago Veterinary College
Hopltil accommoilations. Calls by Te'ephone.
Telecraph or Mail will receive prompt attention
da or ntgbt.
UCce No. Ill N, I jwrence ave. OClce telephone
.No. 71. Residence 130 N. Topeka ate. Resldenco
telephone No. 213. de?-tf-w47-tf
Remember Well and Bear In Mind
That if you are going to Washington
Oregon or Idaho, or any Pacific const
points-, it will be to your advantage to go
via the Missouri Pacific railway. The rea
son la that you will save time and lay
overs at junction points. The fast Pacific
express leaves Wichita every day at 5:35 p.
ni. via theAlissouri Pacific railway, deDOt
corner Second and Wichita streets. City
ticket onfee. 120 North Mam street,
E. E. BLECKLFT, P. &T. Agt.. Wichita.
H. C. Townsend, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis.
v 101 tf
Night express for Kansas City. St. Louis
and the east leaves Wichita at. 9:43 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullmau sleepers on thi3
ram. Aiis30uniacincranrfay. luvtf
II. C CAMPBELL.
EIMIDGfE & CAMPBELL,
Feeelal Information by
Wire or Mail Free on Ap
J. O. Dayidsok. Pres. H. O. CooLmOE T.P
JOK.v DEHST. Cashier.
CITIZENS' : B
PAID HP CAPITAL, - - $ 500,006
STOCKH'D'IIS' LIASILITr. 1.000.000
LarcestPaJdTJp CapitalBfaUy'.'Ban'tt Bf ffl SUts
.The PhntogTaphcr. P'ctures In nil lres find styles
He also carries the finest assortment of picture
rames In the city. Giro him a friendly call and
A. TT. SICKNER,
Teacher of Music.
Pupils recitals given weekly
All pupils are tende. ed free use of an extensive and
caretuny selected music library.
rvr. . kioudpoot. o. w. bibb.
FROTTDFOOT & BIRD,
Architects and Superintendents. Office In Fech.
RAILR OAD TIMET. L B L ES
St. Louis Mall and Express
Kansas City Express
wlnfieldand Kiowa Express...
WICHITA AND COLORADO,
Colorado Mall and Express....
3 45 p Jt
11.53 A M
II 20 A M
G.20 P M
1.15 P U
P. 15 P M
7 25 A M
4 15 PM
S TO P M
7.40 A M
potSecond and Wichita stioets: ticket office 120
thlain street. E. E. Rlfcicley,
pnpngui and Ticket Agent.
time table Chicago, rock island & pacific
"Great Rock Island Route."
In effect on and after 3Iarch C, 1S91.
I ARRIVE I LKAVK
OOING NORTH AND EAT,
No. 2 Colorado Springs,
Denver nnd Pacific Coa-3t
No. 2 Kansas City St. Louis
and Chicago. Through
Mall nnd ex. daily
No. 4 Kansas City st Loui-
aiid unicago nignt ex
No. 02 Accommodation,
dally, except Sun. lay
No. 3 Kansasa City St. Louis
and Chicago ex, dallv
No. 1 Kansas City bt. Louis
nnd Chicago through mall
and ex. dally
No. 61 .ccomiiiodiition dally
except Sunday .
155 P M
12 25 PM
2 30 P M
Elegant reclining ehnlr oars on all trains, and
Pullman sleepors from Wichita to Kansas City and
Chlcago without chantro on night trains. Tickets
fold and baggage checked through to all polnti
north, south, east and west, and stf-amshlp tickets
cold to nil European points at lowest rates. City
tlcVet office 100 East Douglas avenue, corner Main
street, passenger station corner Douglas and Mead
avenues. Telephone l'O.
W. II. Wishap.t. Ticket Agent.
JVO. SrR 4CTIAN. G. T. .fc P a.. Chicago. III.
ST. I OTIS & b.AN rilANCISCO R. It
I ARUIVr I I.K4TE
No. l. Going West, pins (f I
Ellsworth) . I
No. 3. Going we't, pasoeng'rl
(flops at llurrtonl . !
No.4. Going East, passenger!
No.2. Going East, passenger
10 30 P JI '
10 P M
Trelns niarkid tlius run dally
West hound train. No 1. has Pullman car.
West bound train. No. 3. connects at Hurrton foi
Putblo, New Mexico nnd southern California.
East bound. No. 4.1s a tolld tialn to st. Louis
with chair car and Pullmau (deeper, makes connec
tioiw for FL Smith. Llttlo Rock and Paris. Texas
East bound. No. 2, night pxpre-s to SL Louts, has
fiee reclining chair car and Pullman sleeper.
City I'nlon Ticket office. Cor Main and lat itreac
and Union Depot, Douglas avenue.
R. W. ELDRIDGE.
ATcntsox. noPEKA a Santa rrttit..
IIHIN'S I AI1HIW I IfAV).
NORTH AM) I AST
No. 4H Kansas City exprem IOOaji EOS a m
No. 4il (hlcngo vestlbuleil
expiess :i25A.t KC0AM
No. 40 Mieeouri River ex
preps CflOPM 005PM
No. 457 Englewood express- Hi pji stops her
SOUTH AND WUsT.
No. 407 Oklahoma City and
Oklahoma express NOAM !45am
No 4U7 Caldwell and Pan-
handle cxprosf '40 AM WUm
No. 403 Ft. Worth. Galves-
ton nnd Texas express 535 PM 545 PM
No 413 Wlehlti Fxpress, 1L15PM (tops here
No. 457 Englpwoodnccm. I 6 80 a m
Trains marked thus di'v.
EOriPMFXT J.OHTU AND KAST.
Train No. 411, Knnis Citycxpie-s, runs folldto
Kan?3 City, has chair car service.
irainro uo comes direct from uaiveston ana is
a through Chicago trnln.leavlng Wichita at 10- 20pm
and arrives In Celcago the next day at 9 15 p m.
TrnlnNo, 403 hae freo reclining chair cir to Kan
sas City PullmAn to Kansas City, alio to Topeka.
Atchison and St. Joseph.
kqcipmknt sornrn and whit.
Tialn No iC, has Pullman and chair cars.
Train No. 405 has through Pullman car to Ft.
VortIi and Galve-ton.
Train No. 413 h&. reclining chair car from Kansas
Cltvand tops at Wichita
City Union Ticket office Cor Main andlst street, and
Union Passenger fctutlon corner Douglas and 5th
avenues. W. D. MURDOCK. D. P. A.
wicniTA a nrsTEiora. In
Going W ct, pass, (dsllyj..
Going We-t. freight ,
Going East, pass
Going East, freight.
II 4U P Jt
7 40 a u
l nion 'i icket ence Cor M3ln and 1st -treet. mloa
Passenger Station corner Dougta and Sth avenues.
W. D. Muhuock. D, P. A.
Quick and Comfortable Trip.
Two new trains have been added to the
already excellent connections eat that the
Great Rock Island route has been offering
to its patrons
The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
has nut on a new train, leavinc Chicago
daily at 10.30 a. m.. and the Fort Wayne
(Pennsylvania lines;, one at 10-4." a. m.
These are daily trains, scheduled on
fast time, and arrived at New York city
next afternoon nt 2 o'clock, and via the
first mentioned Boston passengers reach
their destination two hours later. ,
The fast vestibuled express from Denver.
Colorado Springs and Pneblo, via both
janas City and fcu
Chicago at 9.50 a. m
vestibuled express from Omalia and the
Iowa mam lines arrives at Chicago at
&06 a. m., dail. JOHN SFBA5TIAN
General Ticket and Passenger Agent.
E. Sx. John, General Manager. 33-tf
Office Sheriff Shawnee CorNTY,
Topeka, Kan., May 33. IsM.
M. M. Jiurdock X Bra. Wfchttn, Kaa.
Deap. Sirs: Enclosed you will find my
check m pavmene for bberm docket, etc.
for which please accept my thanks. The
Sheriff's docket is au especially fine one
q.nd 1 would not oo vntnou: it for any
nrice. Your- trulv J M. Wilsersoy
-T7OR SALE-A HANDSOME LITHOORA.PH
ruMic coi c:nc?. eouccc-s. parxs. cr i mi oa
llten paper, price ceaweaefc. I ifarMewits;! .
Auwre tie WictUa i-Cie. AT chiia.
ew morning express, .Kansas cut to !
Chicago The Santa Fe route. &iz
LONG ISLAND'S OUTLAW.
Be Hived in a Cavo and Is Regarded as
a "Bad" Han.
It will make the festive cowboys of the
west laugh to read that a common ten cent
"desperado" has held a section of Long
Island in abject terror; that in a region ten
miles square women and children were
afraid to venture into the woods and that
farmers patrolled the roads at night with
SECTION 07 LIVING CAVE,
cocked guns, scaring all bplated trav
elers with "Haiti Who are you?" And yet
the object; of all this terror hasn't killed or
injured any one on Long Island at any
Tom Richardson Is a native of Islip and
the oldest of a large family, all respectable,
as he was. He went west, became a cow
boy and returned a dashing hero. He was
the best shot by far that Islip, Bay Shore
and all that rural region had ever seen.
The gfrls were captivated by the dashine
fellow and he soon married the beautiful
daughter of Justice WallerVof Bay Shore.
He "lived on the old man," as the phrase
thero goe3, till the justiqe ordered him to
get out and not return till he was able to
maintain a wife. He disappeared and soon
a system of miscellaneous robbery began,
the articles taken being chiefly clothes,
food and furniture.
At length he was seen in the woods, and
r systematic hunt resulted in the discovery
of two caves. The larger was ten feet
square, well boarded up on tho sides and
overhead and lavishly supplied with stolen
furniture and bedding. Tho other cave
was a plainer affair, and was evidently hi3
retreat and stronghold. In the main cave
was a stout post, and to that post was fas
tened a very stout chain, which terminated
in a smaller chain, so arranged that it
would just about fit around a woman's
waist. And finally tho entrance to the
caves and their airshafts were most in
geniously concealed, being so covered as to
look like ordinary plots of grass.
Out of all these and other facts Justice
Waller constructed tho theory that Tom
Richardson intended to kidnap hLs wife
(the justice's daughter) and chain her in
the cave to starve to death. "What ho
wants is revenge on me," says tho squire.
The neighbors are a little more charitable,
and but little; they think Tom intended to
hold his wife as a prisoner till she agreed to
leave the country with him or something
else was done. All the same they went af
ter him 200 strong, and many ludicrous
night alarms resulted. The "living cave,"
as they call it, is an artistic affair. The stove
pipe came up in such a way as to make an
imitation stump. The ventilator holes
were fitted with little tin tubes, also fixed
like stumps. All this in a low and swampy
tract, where, nevertheless, the sandy sub-
soil kept the cave dry. And about this
, vn uif ,iTO , .fu,, ,!,. ,,
cave half a dozen men watched day and
night for some time, with rifles leveled to
shoot tho outlaw when he "came home,"
but it seems that he "got onto" their
scheme too quick.
WAS SHE IMPOSED ON?
The Kcmarkablo Story Told
Of all the strange stories told in court
one of the strangest was that listened to by
Judge Bartlett at Brooklyn the other day
when he was asked to set aside the decree
of absolute divorce which he granted a
year ago to Abraham Kushneer from his
wife Esther. Mrs.
Kushneer, who is
very short sighted,
alleces that her
i tmclinnd a V. - .
OUSOana a D a n-
aonea ner ana
a man called at
the deserted wom
an's humble home.
He first said he
was a cousin and
then a brother of
making a third
call, when Mr. and ESTHER KUSHNEER.
Mrs. Allowitch were present, he assumed
a new role, and this is thji way Mrs. Kush
neer tells the story in her formal demand
for justice: "Suddenly he began to cry, and
we all looked at him in surprise. He said:
" 'Unhappy man that I ami God is pun
"Wo asked him what was tho matter.
He then cried harder than ever and said:
" 'God is punishing mel God is punish
ing mel My own dear wife does not recog
nize mo and my child knows me not as his
father. I deserved it, but it is very hard.
I am your husband come back from Aus
tralia.' Then he told mo things only
known to my husband and mj'self. But
still I did not believe him. He said my
eyes were weak, and asked me to go with
him to see Mr. Miller, for whom he worked
in tho old country. Once there the young
man told Mr. Miller a lot of things that he
thought were known only to himself and
my husband. Mr. Miller is very old. He
said to me: 'Why are you so silly; can you
not see this man is your husband? Go
with him and be happy, you foolish wom
an, for he has now repented.'
"Then I cried and was glad, for I now
believed it really was my husband come
home to me. So I welcomed him and we
were happy for ten weeks. Each day he
came home at 9 o'clock and left the house
at C o'clock the next morning, saying that
he had to keep these hours on account of
his work. At the end of ten weeks he dis
appeared and I got a letter which I have
burned. It read something-like thia:
"Mrs. Esther Kushneer
"I am the man who has been living with yon
as your husband. I am not your husband at
all. but Joel Fairan, your husband's cousin.
Your husband is not in Australia. He Is in
Elizabeth street all this time."
The blow nearly made the woman f rantic.
Then she figured as defendant in a divorce
suit which her real husband won. He
promptly married again. Some wealthy
people have taken up Mrs. Kushneer's
cause and are now fighting to have the de
cree annulled and to punish Kushnew- and
his latest wife's relatives for conspiracy.
A Cow's Motherly Love Betray Her Calf.
In a pasture on a farm in East Hart
ford, recently, one of the cows had a calf
which no one o the farm hands was
able to find the day after its birth. A
Eearch proved a failure until some one
susriresied a novel scheme. It wm m
,JOdauv:TdT1he!bdiDW the l0a. a11
probability, the cow would return to her
calf to defend it. The doq was brought,
and sure enough the cow started for a
clump of bushes, and among them the
calf was found, where the leaves had
concealed it, Hartford Courant,
Practical Results of Benevolence.
San Francisco is already beginning to
get oractkal rnlts from the mmi,w, i
of Mrs. Leland Stanford, who recently srave
i - j - j.,.. , .. . ., , , .
kindenrartens for tjie poor children of the
--- '"c uuvoo.-tuta j ma. as a coibe- ;
i OUence thv rjrrfjr on .T.rinrpaWtt .-
Jr.onf ,- Tu! i .-L 77k V
i1. iatDe njoral tone of the tenement
Qistncts, anu a decided fa.hE2o4l in the
- ..y,. ,.f ..l,,, ... ,,?!?
-" uwuiuuu iuicmuu tae
rt u n r tv J r a J
Unlldren try tOf ritCner3O2St0n2. J
THE AET QE SDXMAHNG
IT IS NO LONGER FOSTERED BY THE
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
Failure of Congress to Blake- an Appro
priation Necessitates the CloInc of the
Silk Culture Department at TVashing;
inton An Important Industry.
Virgil, in his felicitous heroic, describes
the garment which Queen Dido, with dig
its swift of toiL embroidered foriEneas,
whom she sought to detain in Carthage.
The art of silkm3king and embroidery is
eo ancient that many of the finest features
W -.0 -P
-ar w i
NENA CHAIN. M5IZ. YACCARINO.
are lost to modern times. When It is con
sidered that America last year imported
silk fabrics whose value was over $21,000,
000, and on same paid a duty of $19,000,000
more, the annual consumption of silk ap
pears startling. But this is only half of
the amount actually consumed, for the im
portation of reeled or raw silk in 1SS9, free
of duty, was valued at nearly $20,000,000,
which, being manufactured into fabrics
and sold at the enhanced price, duty added,
makes the total annual consumption of
silk manufactures in the neighborhood of
The experiments of the Woman's Silk
Culture association of Philadelphia and
the silk department, supported by appro
priations of congress aud state legislatures,
have proven that cocoons from which tho
finest silk is reeled can be raised any
where in the United States where the mul
berry or osago orange will grow. The
raw material can be produced without limit
and the work is peculiarly adapted for
women and children.
The interesting silk culture department
at. Washington under Philip Walker has
been closed, on account of failure by con
gress to appropriate money to continue it,
the claim being made that reeling by ma
chinery has proven unsuccessful and reel
ing by hand is too expensive. The depart
ment was established in 1SS5. Mme.
Vaccariuo, a French woman, whose hus
band is art Italian, was brought from
Ljons and remained in charge until the
enterprise was discontinued.
The process of silkmaking as described
by Miss Sara Sweeney, a most skillful
reeler, is full of interest. The silkworm
eggs, the size of flaxseed, aro imported
from Italy, and about the loth of April
they are placed on mulberry or osago or
ange leaves in a room of proper tempera
ture. In fifteen days the worms are
hatched almost the size of small ants.
They are then fed on leaves. Within
thirty days the worm has grown from 2 to
2 inches, and has wrapped the silk fila
meut about it, forming the cocoon. If al
lowed to rest undisturbed ten days tho
worm becomes a moth and escapes from
tho small end of the cocoon, destroying
its value. To prevent this the cocoons are
steamed or baked. Three colors, white,
yellow and green, aro produced. When
brown spots made by butterflies nppear
they are removed by salting. The next
step is to cook and brush the cocoons.
Miss May Dolan, who has been in the
cooking department since 1SS6, is a native
of Washington city. She, with Miss
Sweeny, the reel queen, occupied a large
share of attention from the thousands of
ladies who visited the fair at Cincinnati iu
1SS9, where the silk exhibit was given dur
ing four months. The cocoons, after being
brushed until a single clean filnment is
found, are ready to be reeled. Tho brush
ings and imperfect cocoons are all used for
an inferior grade of silk. Ilaving boiled
the cocoons in a tank for ten minutes they
are again brushed, and then placed in the
tanks of water presided over by the reelers.
An expert takes six of these fine filaments,
unites them, and placing them over a pul
ley attaches the twisted thread to the reel,
and a3 this revolves she buoys the cocoons
in the water with her hands. When the
machinery is in motion four women are
kept busy reeling. The reels, two yards in
circumference, make eighty revolutions in
The first reeler employed in the depart
ment was Miss Xena Grain, a natie of
Baltimore. Another reeler is Mts3 Ger
trude Higgles, of Seabrook, Md.f who has
written numerous articles for the presi.
After the silk is reeled it is done up in
hanks and sent to the factory, where it is
bleached and colored to suit the purposes
of the manufacturer. A very high grade
of silk is made in America, its value being
five dollars a pound, producing a fabric
BOld at from eight to ten dollars a yard.
In the department, now closed, remain
aV clerks Miss Helen Gardner, a highly
cultured lady, and Miss Fannie Barthols,
It is uncertain whether this indastry
will be resuscitated. All depends on the
action of congress. It is the'present inten
tion to take the silk exhibit to the World's
fair. Chicago, but Its chief Interest will be
gone if for lack of funds the process of the
filiature is not demonstrated.
Returned After Thirty Tar.
The return to Milwaukee of Kyrle A.
S'aley after an absence of forty-one years
is to his relatives almost as if the dead
had come to life. The father of Mr. Sid-
I ley was a phyacian and druggist in 3Iil-
W3ukee in the forties. Kyrle oldlev
Epent most of his youth in the east, but
was in Milwaukee during the year 1$0.
The next year he went east and shipped
as a Hailor.
In 1551 Mr. Sidley went to Australia.
For some time his relatives heard from
him regularly. Suddenly the ooTre
Epondence cased, and for thirty years
he was mourned as dead. As was after
ward learned Mr. Sidley lost everything
by fire, the addres&ea of his relatives be
ing destroyed. The families had moved
and his letters did not reach their proper
destination. Likewise Mr. Sidley had
r" u "" TC " "J "" iA'
y failed to reach him.
Thwe jeais ago he employed a lawyer
to fiad b relatives, and after a few
I., t -, p-ji . .
them. This ye3r Mr. Sidley, now sixty-
two year3 ot age, aeciaec to tisis ni
relatives in Milwaukee, and hs arrived
there this week from Acstralia. He
found two of his sisters living there, and
a brother came from New York to meet
hiEL After bis visit ilr. Sidley will n
iv. ..; -
turn to Awtxalia. Chicagg Triborie.
1 c s - fi)
of O O o
TEE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Your Wants Supplied.
will be charged.
QfPayable Strictly in Advance.
No advertisements taxen for less than 10 cents.
One Use advertisements charged txae rate as two
NO ADVERTISEMENTS TAXXN "TO RUN1JN
Prices gives, under classified heads In this column
ippucabie onlT to local adverUseraents. No t creigu
idvertuestcnts taken at prices given.
Answers to adverdsemfeats teat in- care of the
EA6U caeo should be called for w'lhtn Id days
arte; fnfrertion. When advertisers withreply for
warded to thea etaoyed envelopes must be sent.
He! erence to t omit r advenVsemeats hooId ctve
description arul date of loartlcn or copy ot the ad
vertfacaieot ttculd be sent.
Xet-r&sponslbie toe advertisements given or dis
continued by telephone.
WANTED FEMALE HEL1
l cder this head Ic per line per day.
ANTED YOUNO OIRL ABOUT IB TO AS-
sl$t in general housework: no washing two
.It.. . nnl. ... Ky t? ri.. ... Si..
In family, Applj at 522 S Main st.
rA.VlED-A GOOD GO-AHE.ID SF.COS'D
cooV man or woman, white, at the Key
stone House 258 N Main st U 4
"TirANTED-A GOOD STEADY WOMAN KOK
TT general housowork at CO S TopeWa ave
"WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOIt GENERAL
hou-ework, no washing nor Ironing; apply
at 1715 t nlversity avo.. West Sido, fa U
TANTED-COLOnED GIRL FOIt GENERAL
T housework. Enquire. 723 N EinporlA. 6S G
WANTED-A GOOD STRONG GIRLFOR OEN
eral homework. Apply at SiZ South Main
"VFTANTKD-A ttlKI' FOR GENERAL HOl'SE
1 work, at 434 North Fourth. dCIWt
WANT! D-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at82i North Ttpeka ave. Mrs. A, L.
"WANTED -A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
house nork, 155 N. Poplar. Mr. Ray Oliver.
"WANTED A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOt'SK-
work In a small family. Inquire at HBON
WANTED - A
house wot k.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENKRaL
Situations Wanted Female.
Lnder this head lc per line per day.
SITUATION WANTrD-FMPLOYMENT IN A
private family. Address S.M East Laxte Mreet.
MoNAiicii, - 205 N. Main".
Manhattan, 32G E. Douglas.
WA N TED MA I E IT EL V.
Lnder this head 2c per Use pet lUy.
1IK.VT CLASS HAKBER; NO
t butchers ned write Wrlto at ones to Will
Dean. 2U3I Market M., (.alvastou. lax. dtO-4'
" ANTr D-tWO HAHNkSS-3lAKbRS.
i T pi) to C M Andrews, Wclimcton. Kan.
ANTKD-A GOOD MAN WITH SMALL FAM
ilv lo te chart?, of ktock farm nrttr Wlehitu
Address box SL dI-4t
WAiCTED-A GOOD YOI NO MAN TO DO
it work about the bou- and bam for prtvitM
family. Mu-C hb expeneiKe txl furuUh fofvr-ne-
White man ptcterred. Apply ut 633 kaat
ANT ED-A MUST CLASS MALE HTENOG-
ranhT who has a tatr kROwledse ut seneral
business, tan eurw a good ponlttoc by talltagat
tiClce Of lltliw&.tein Ktiaib; Cvtirgc. I'ttttba.'
nent position and J 9 per luocth to tlw right party.
"W AVlU-lOMPKTFNT bTSNOUKAPHKItS
awl l.ook-kt-t'r who drelre pCflUoet. u
apply ni the National AreonntuBt'iiaiMl Mn;raph
tr lluifnu. OCic for Ue Motes of K ... I o)o
rmic. Ntbrak. Mfoorl cd 7ij. at Um butttfe
wttteni Humnter) CvUecu. WhJIIUi, ku VtU
-JT ANTED-BC5INFSS MKN WHO AKE IN
TT rjttd c' ttiKcrpliers or nfCtmr.Untii U eall
tthe National Accoui.tant't and MeMaipktc's
Bureau lltuocli office at the ftouifcw Km 1MI
!. trflegp, W.chita. hftt. e veusljy iMV B
our eppikktlon list ttorcochly touitiant ttn9i.
keepin nnd ittvsxhli.tf. with first ium it4res
cf lleip tuinlsLtd IItlI charge. t
SitiHitioiis Wanted Mala.
Ibuer tliu head lc per lib ftx tUy.
Boocceejters and Clerks.
tdder tii s bd ln-ptrliue prrday.
WANTED-AOfcNTS TO KLL TMfc PIN'LfoW
t T Ciot)4 Line, the oeiy line ersr iavAt4 bat
boidf the ctoUit vrltboat 9Utk p orfret tatcn
patent rtcetily li.od, tai-1 only by s;et, u
whots exc.oive rtebt t rlt'ft; oa y4pt ot X.
cecte we wti; otf k mjl : by kaII. ! er
cc.urs price iUt ad i'nMUi(nHCe;wr
termor; ht Obr. A'.drwm J lie linlcs Ctotlies
Line Cm.. 17 Heroin sir:. Worccater. Um.
l-i jr-trf a. Mt
ANTED-AOEN1S f,S EALART ASD COC
K.it.on. Brewart A btk&tArt, Ottawa. Kab.
lflr tu kiac Jt vr iUt r 4y.
WA- UiDMlhCh.LL.Ay KOUb
X. xier ttl bid lc pot Uae r aay
NTED-TO BUY A HOH.-R A3D HCOOT
Mat 6 eat? Jar Cit. CU it te bes
year bo-el. 14 f
-ANTEI-B4AaDIJy HOfUk SPECIjU.
prices to tteuai at Hast Oh, JW W
Wkterxbu. at, T.e9Moe Nit. MS, U S
Tt'ANTiD - MOHT bCMOOL CUMMXKCT8
I an! Xosasji evl;aa Waltjbwj
of 4ortatt4, 1 a C.A. acj4te(. 4
T'ANTEU-EVEIY03IE TO TAKK
is tide It xtiLirtem. tau tor
An.b TO KT A OOOD DHIT1
..4r'i mtk tor te MUMtr Aiir t or eali
B xn. Jt.. A UAU. Jt. 2lWStC
J ANTtD- LKJ-XAKI0- LAt!t iM)
tt cs .ferratct .. im eausc-c aaa Sittja
Cailat Hit. A. a
Ctam&ai. I.isvh! Kfs-tC
AXTI-II CW4i OF ELM AX D fXJTTm
aasa.s ertz ted C. Ut &ad Ut W
7 A NT EI utm POrvrjSOEIfE FXXTHKH.
TV ijjm votttct Comi. litiN 10m Bat
cetckea ftfeexs. Kbu9W1aclNia. Ch xmt
UC Chicago ae . "S'xata. JUa. 47 tf
I OR SALE Misretla neons.
Uz4r taU ?& 7c pt Ue trday
L1 OR SALE OR TPAOC-A FAiUt OT M JUL RE
X seed . ua xooa japrvusaiartu TTifl trad
fer a ttom ot zrar-t or a sww.t monn mwl d sm
a tt . . 4ATt U. B. Lcnwry. llid Vaasey.
LX8 ALt-A 56-ROOM JtJUCX WtK,
r-T'kiar twsawset ettor aa4 mwlHUMlada
i rssn lac ii feeraca.
t-v iprsvtsacaa cweM ad W aaadte fee a r
e-s tti Kjm. it swt k oi MVt tOW w4t
?tx-J K U mtxl lt ot zrvoot saraw ja.
ti ! tt mat mw? 4 i riT tor aaaaewaatt-
lscaucttes. Uutt. J , UtLGiytaoT. ' 5
atiii. tt, KCCSi 1 "OS
THE PEOPLE'S COLTJM.
Your Wants Supplied,
T?OR SALE REAL ESTATE DEALERS AND
A. investors pleas take notice tiu the Glendala
laveatmeat company have a limited number of lots
In Ulenda'e addition for tale very cheap for con
text SO dayn-wlil allow res.1 esUte dealer full
commission for all sales made for ca. For particu.
lars call on D. M, Klrkbr.ae A Col. Kcom L 205 N
Ma.n street. d jt4t
IfOR SALE-A HOUSE-NO. JIS N TOPEKA
JL avenue, to be moved. Inquire next door,
FOR SALE-BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE
(and wail paper), stock fACCO to 7.aXL Last
year's business mMi. Preieat owner will rctaia
an interest t: necessary. No tradirt need apply.
UHKI XI. M UUV Ul ia OiCC.
By D Meof
JL? farm near town. Plenty of fruit.
ins 141 N Market.
FOR SALE-STONE SPAWLS AND CHIP3
suitable for concrete crdlnr. drtvewaysani)
walks. a.sorubbl stone. Inquire ot contractor at
new City HaiL H6 tf
FOR SALE -NICE FOUR-F.OOM RESIDENCE,
Lot 1ft) fret front. Larc stable, coal shed,
chicken boue. etc. Plenty of trult trees cd all
fenced. Inquire at Jli North Market, d5SUr
OR ALE-ONE UE CREAM OCTFJT. IN.
cludlnc boiler, enztne. rcker and everythictf
tecesisary for supply mg trade of city and surround.,
tnc towns. Terms eay. uocd reasons for wishing
to sell. Addre&s lock box SC4, Wichita, Kan. iil3 tf
TTOR SALE -AT A BAKOA1N - klNGMAS
JL' county farm and Wichita property. Specula
tors InvssUjate, Israel lire. d-tt
WANTED Real Estate.
Under this kesd 2c per line per day.
fader tbls bead Jc rsr line per xr.
TT'OR TRADE-l HAVE CLE A R RKNTAli
X' property In tood live towa to trad fer rsj
deace property in WlcbMa. Will aseome small
lnrunbrme. Call on or address W. J. Stewart,
ltt fcouth Liu porta are, iMC-ISt
Under this bend Jc per un per day.
170t LXCHANGE-L1VKRY STABLE AND
: stock dilOK a cohI bu.ioes. Want Wichu
NeUun. WicblU. Kau.
POR EM.HANQl.A STORh Dl 1LMMI WITH
JL ltTlnir room abovn and t,4U stooi. ot dry
K-ods and irrocerles. all free from debt Located la
eastern Kansas, Good trade. HeSt of restoas for
n-innc. Want cood land. a. S. NeUnn. Wichita.
I iider this bead 2c per tine per day.
SS FOR " RENT-A II Ol sE " OF TKN ROOMS
t turnished all comidne. lloases of two to
twvnty.eicht rooms. Enquire at TH b FbartbAV.
roil RENT-HOU-E.7 ROOMS. U.vTH. PANTRY,
JL cellar cemented, hot and cold water, flee shade,
blue Krass Um. L.trj:e barn. Inquire Thursday uQ
preiulsos Hfi W Elm street. Ihureafter of A. II.
Heed, hoom rt, 144 N Mam stree. dC4f
(S3 TO RKNT-Holst-llW NORTH KMPOhIA
IE avenue iiislern ItuproTMiipnl. lw rat .
OAreful tenant. Apply on premises. d4l-tf
4H! FoiTTtENT- HOTEL GOODYEAR. ALlYi K-
L5LL nlahed and a good trade; II rooms. Lorcr ut
iioucl sand Lmpurl Aviv John Goodyear.
rfnRfhoR RKN1-NO fi-'l N. lOPKKA AVK, ONfc.
ttL of the finest one-rtory cctuc InUie city to
F inil famii'. LocatluK unurpKSed. APtd; at su,
IMiIW Douclas, west Mo. itHi
sFORHLST-ONE OV IllX, MOST DKHH
Ul able d elllnus In the city with elegant grounds.
Mtunttsl ou North Uwidic avenue. N P Nieder
lander ic Co. 41 tf
FOR RENT Rooms.
I wrier tbls head Je per Hoeperday.
X pihlio. Apply at 828 N Fouttli ave. 4 6
"iToit MKNT-TN 01",LKASaJ.T hURNlSHED
JL rnoniK with r without tioard. crout.d ftior, no
other iHjartlrr;. at 131 N Market rt. J
TT-'O ItENT-PLICASANThOUTII ROOM NICr.LY
JL furnlBwl,tft half blocu of Co-epraltve lhwrd
lni: hottM. 520 N. Wacu. dKMH.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Under this load 2c per IIho per day.
l?OR RENT-STORE ROOM. 118 W DohcUs. Sew
Jl paint, new paper, re.it.it room in the er.r, L.
J. hien.er, iw r .Maraet,
jOK RKNT - 1 AC RES OF GHAM4 LAND.
J. i,e it town. llynu.ll Jcno lne(tiaeat lu,
loom JOQ isedwlck block. ditf
1'rtOR RENT-STORE ROOM NO. 4t7 E. DOt O.
? kisiur, UitlO irrl. will tttit cheap tonood
lurtlet. Haruue A hou, 6 L Douglas. littt
Unilrr this head Jc per line per dar.
IOr-T-PoCKkTBOOK. CONTAINI.N4 M
J tH" Ik mhI JIB. FlnOer will b Ufeeraily
rnwarnnl by returning the same to Dr. PkilUix.
lit N 1-awjMtn.w Wtf
X de 11-t irt Jc per line per day.
f'nder tbls bead lo pr Mne prdy.
A RLACK MAKE SLIGHTLY 8UN-
O burnt, heavy with teal. aet. IUU critr above
or send Inlormattam to kbamwtn
Kwi 4 j-
FinJer tbls bead 3c per like per day.
GENFJIA L STORA GIL
; rfrajj o J
O aJi&oae Hie proet er Daal sveaHe aiw!
SttKla t r depot. Office 137 a. DeajrtaM a in. 4 IV U
rtwler tMk kfsd ie r line per day.
OSrRTTO I4AN OK "cm "aTI k ftXCCKt I i
iA tOi klrtta. at m V. Mala sU Merto iiml.
A T ER AN flLK r OfU'EKATIVK
ew ork lU Uk fUBI 0v USes 1
tor the . tlwixM.'jo tbt t l't nitrn fcMif
nam )U txuldto' d oe feataro U fa i .imI
arwl r u pv Jt Uti SBtw-y eel bIMii.8
r to a i.B U;ntc41 (Kw 4m bcdUliStfa fetctod at
4 4 -j yrt retit itf at. Five delists k h nOi ' r
li t year will am lb hm4ert 8 tar. f
wtork tiuva Tbe bith rkra-uv vt the
nanaainsr It affair la a c r an t- llt Me bstelf
Bf wti be rvbeticted ttb bifty - wij;
aed the rtMbta alt4 ltttrrKsf eara ktMlr p '-
tetoa sua trva.
li-Juda. liuasia w fit
Wrum m Ha nr.tMeat
i j Ars mnn wi
room 0T etsfewiek k4ek. Wjctlta. Ka
MOJRY TO LOAX IN LAHOK OR AMALL
amovoU en eaulr, brn-, piawr. bukf
4. MMes. Ied ex r ed Msmiisy. WlefclK
lxa Lit ruoM oirt Ut n Ma4 )4 U
IIKMTIKR LOA3. 4AT7I.ll LOAh-MON.
JL ey eislat ls4 aryUlc b J. K l-s
turn, urer IH&aerd'a crr7. (orntr tut ax4 a.
I t4rr tatr, bead tc per M sr day.
JlfFKUIT CAMP BY TTHOLBEAUI AT It II
u( Ovt.-lu, WlcWta, Eatuut. Mlf Ifl.
DR. LE Dtf-S PERIODICAL PILLa. THIS
rreaii Ti-mrh reis'sty, art dwnir r..
irofrfc aad ptmttttrij ewr fSp?."4a rfih
tnrti. WraM4 Ut groan B.lreUa
TVm i!l HX.A t b takea !rlc f7atT
Asneiitae P Wfvtr. Iai eefl'tM. tzt
t, la ?J few. t'mfpjf 7 l La"f
Utt?! Deu?.. Kaja. Eaa. by wbdlerat 4
Ulu IT lyr
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