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'bV 2p WfflLitkifa gailij garjle: "uesilaij faaritiug, Jpemtther 5, 1893. B WICHITA JIAEKETS The Receipts of Stock at the Wichita Union Stock Yards for the past 24 hours were: Cattle. 293; Hogs. 245. Shipments: Cattle, 239; Hoge, 110. Wichita, Dec 4. CATTLE. Cattle Strong and active. The quotations nere preentea arc to give, the rddpperan Idea of the General ranee of prices, -votive shipping steers, good to extra.... . J4 25a 50 GoodtuestiunativebutcbersteeiB.llMKi .. 1200 pounds 5 9S54. S? Native feeding steers. OJOftlfbO pounds.... 2 U)ai Jo .Native stockera, OKVabUU pounds - QX&i si Choice cows and heifers - - Fair to cood cow and hellers 1 tf' f Bullsand stags (fat) l wulls and stags (fevers) J xa ;? Punne-s. . " ! OS KJtlnWlLPS .... 1 Wfrl 'Jexas rteerb Cfat) - "& - hephesevtatite sales. The following are- the representative sale of cat- Heat the 1 arus touay: eSinixed 6T0 1 93! 1 cow 12S1 3 65 2tow- . li 2 4(illmlxed WTO 2 00 I3fctcers 877 2 fco' IIOGS. Hog market active and 5c lorwer. nErncsENTATivE silm. The following are the representative sales of hogs t the rarai louai : Dock Avge 29i 2M Price. 4 C5 4 to Good stock sheep. 60(2103.. Good stock ewes. 7UaSU .13 a.. 50 . 2 M33 00 Good to extra wethers. 75(285.... 2 CO! Utl Good to extra iambs 4 WS 00 Wichita Produce Jlarkot. Potatoes Colorado 75c. Pggs 18c. Butter first creamery 23c, becoud crearaeiy 20c, othoi grades 1015c. Chickens Hens 5c per pound; roosters 2c: tur keys 6ic; ducks full feathered 5c, spilng thlckees iy pounds and over per dozen 5c. Iiorai Grain and reed Market. "Wheat No. 2. 43c. Corn 35C3c. Oat 252Ge. Baled hay IG H)7 01). Giound com 75s5c. Cora and oau iiilxed 'JUc j3ianG5c. Wichita Horse .Market. Heflvy draught, cood to extra ? "5 O-'aiJi 00 Drivers, good toextra SO (XMSirfl 03 fciiddlrlH. good to extra 65 (JOfijdUU 00 fctreters. good to extra 65 00 to tfJ Matched team-. Rood to extra 1.S 00J00 CO bouthnn norses and mares to OUij bu 00 .extra at lu uudnction bring better pilcc3. Wichita Mule .Market. Hbnnds. 4to7yearaold J 5000 6i 00 likhnndf. 4lotjejirf old li Wa H) 00 I&hnndH. exti a. 4 Jo 7 years old EOCKX&IOl) GO 5hihaudP, cood, 4to7 jeaisold 7(1 UOi ItJ 00 JfcJs haiidc extra. 41o7yeatsold Jlo VOail'ij 00 Mhi hands, cood, 4 to I jeal t old 11U UK&lla (n. Itto lL.miunds. good loextia, 4 to 7 j tils old....'. U0 C0O150 0j Wichita Ureads!ufT3Iarkpt. riour Best putcat il 0. second patent II 03, tiaiancy &150. LIVE ST00K MAEKEE Uy 'Jelccrapli. KANSAS PITT. Dec. 4.-CATTLE RecelnU. 80.10, shipments 4000. Market weak. Texas steots Si W Hi 70, shipping st-rs fl ft5 (o, lx.is cows $1 75 RS 2a, n.itno cows )11o0i.Jui. l)uuhers' fctock M 004 lD.Ftockeisand fctdeis t- IQa-i 50, bulls and mUtd $1 MiV t'5. H)Gb-Ketelpts2400. bblninents IIUU. Jlarkatixcalc to 5c loMer. Jiulkof sales 5 15 6 .t0. heavy to L0O5 30. p icklns ?j la5 .i0, llahta 5 15S5 5. jorkers J5 Jt5 3j; pigs $-1 Otoa '.M, tUEbl' KecelptsUuO, shipments SOU. ilniket slow, ST. LOUIS. Dec. 4. CA'1TM-Recelpt SW. ship ments .... Maiketlowci fornntlve-. P.ilrtocood Meets $.125p4 50, 'lexan steers J.i 00.1 40, cm,-s Texans f 1 :X33 00. HOGb Kecclnts 2.0U. ship ments.... il.nket lower, 'lop price f5 35, bulk f5 (i5 25. J.HK1.P Ite.elpti I0. Jihlpnieuls .... Market small not enough, to inako market. rnirjioo. Dec. 4.-CA1TI,K Receipts 20,003 (hipments .Mat ket overstocked, lower. L'opulnr Pi Ices $3 5a5 25 lor steers cows and bulls S I 0064 .' 75. lnft rlor eows tl 2iQl 50 itockers nml feeders VI OOt'l U) tattle good enough tobtlng tnoie th in fi 5unot numeioup. HOGS Kei.elpti.3 2.11OJ. ship ments.... M.ukct n tstiongns Saturday, ste.idy. Sales l.iri.ely i 105 45. metchantable lots $i TJ4 6o CholaelOOto GU pouudeis $5 4j5 .i), cholca lights and mediums 5 L. SHLUP lU-celpus 15.1KW, Milpmems ...,. Market ttak. Choice steady, faheep 51 0C&3 so. lrmbs t 75(31 fj, MAELTETS BY TELEGBAP5. Boston. Dec. 4. Panta Fo iallways2IH Balujiokk. Dec. 4. Collco ouleu bpoiRloJCo? .new Orleans. Dec. 4. Cotton quiet: middling fJic, low mlddllug7tc. good oidluar t7iC, New York Produce and JInnor. New Yoitrr. Dec. 4. Money on call easy, 1S1H. closed offered at 1H per en I'rlmn paper SH per rent. l.xchangu fitefidy. w lih actual lmsines at f 4 SCa 1 RSifi for demand, jud Si S3X(4i3l for blty-duy illls. Silver certificates & bid. 'I otal sales of stocks today, 2ni.fi 0 shales. C offee pot Kio ta-y; o. 7 ITJf 'alTJfcc. Sugai ntflnetUuady: Cut loaf o 3-lUc, powdered IS liS4.fc gninulaled 4 5-Kc. ottoii pgt aull: middling uplands 6c, inid Uing Oi leans SJic KansasClty Gtaln ami Prolnce. Kaksas Titv Dec. 4.-Wheat lc higher. No .' linrdC51c;Io. 2ied5Cc. Coin firm. .No 2 mixed Mjy.Ic, No. 2 white Mc. Oats oiy strong. N..2 mixed 274c No. 2 white .,f.S!Jc. U higher. No 2 50c 1 laxseed llnu; ?I Uvtl ul. Bran htady. ftSOiC. Hay dull and nnk; timothy S 0U eS Ni. pmirlo J5 OOaC 00 Butter steady, cioamery LU25c, dalty lNr.c ELsjery dull and weak, btilctly fresU20Hc Wheat Kec.luiv. 2-ml ihlnmnnlo. tl Wit rrni-n Ilecelpti". 2W0. shlpujcnis. iUW. Oats Kccelpta fehlpuicnib , t- 1.-OU1K Gialn and Produce. ST. tons. Dec 4. Wheat: higher; cash CTc. December tilc. Jauuiiry tlJic, .May ObJitTrHc. Coin cttsh higher. :tw,c, optlos higher, December 8 sc. .iMiiuuiyXc, May ISuHc. Oaisflrni; cash .IC DpctmibiT 2.3fc. MayMc. Pork quiet: Jobbing f U 2.i. l.Mtd nominal. Vs 10. Lead siewdv, tc.o. sne tcr H 2o. Kje scarce, 47c bid. But ley quiet Bmn higher, CVtjUSo. Phixbeed Ann. tl Ju. Corn meal $1 75. But ercreameiy belter 2lu.2.'c, dalrv Jb2.'c. Kggsllnn. SIHc. llay qutct, timothy tlu UO f,12 M prairie f7 J0ii.'J i. heat Receipts ic,tai, slilpmcnts 2.CO0. Corn Ifeceipts IPAtWi. shipments Uj.Wja Oats-Receipts tl, 00. shipments .'J.OdJ, Ch cago tJialu and Produce. rniCAGo. Dec. 4. Whrat No. 2 cash 6Tic. De-emtert"K.H&H-e-May CMsc Corn: No 2 cash .oc. Deccmoer csc, Jauuaiy .May SUKc. Oats No, 2 cash 2c, Uctcmber 2S-Hc: January ... c. MuySlHc loel7c Bailey nominal. Unxseed f U ilmothy 3 oUW J5. 1'otk; cash tlZ 50 1.' 75. .l.muaiy Ji: (A May fl2 St. Lard, cash H NJS 0J. Jauuarj 7 si. .Mv J7 tH. Miort libs: lX. 1 . bhouldors fS 62H6 7o. M.oit clear t7 -0 7 75. fcug-.i1 cut lo-f .4c granulaitdSc, standara A 4Jc Butte, nrin. ci eamery :i(g-4c. Dairy ls 3c. Kgg-tlnn: stilet'j Deti 22jti(o Wheat Hee-eipts tS.lkO. bblpmenls 13 0(0. Corn Receipts 2 5 . shliimer.t 4,0u0. OaU Itei-clpti -Sy.OLU, shipment 1l4 u0. attobjsys at law. W. V. STAM.nr. .I.E. HUME. STA NLET 0 Jl UME. Attorneys at Lav. Wichita, Kansas. JS S. JEWETT, La-yer. Howes 2. 4 and 6 203 X. ilaln st Wichita. Kansac. dlOi-tr PHYSICIANS. Ell, 22. E2121A COBB, J enisles nnd Chlldiens l!raes n specialty 1 rmefoi ladies dm Ing confinement, strictly pn--.jttevUieiiMi .dolied, also permanent homes pro Idfd forchlldien when t'eMied. Letters of tneuf isroi fldential nnd nswei-cd pixmiptly Home 711 Ida Aitnue. Vvlchita. Kaiis. E. E. HAMJLTOX, M. X., 127 2S'. Market St. SPFCIALTIES: Fye.Fnr.ose and Throat. d li-tf iieE$?c5A5i 2LISS MA It IE MA THIS. Will have evening classy in Ficnch and German during the winter -e.wm-Frincu every Jlondav evening, German c"ery Friday evening Terms to forJ5!ccon-. Features of -pe..l.il interest Pitro duced. couersatlons. familiar talks on French author. ec. lor inrthcr information call on or wtlte. I!eidence7fc North Topeka avenue. Cla-cs meet in School of orn tori, V. 31. C. A. building. Clt EDIT Oil 0 AHA MS, Sl'RGl ON DENTISTS Srcclal atlcnt-ou given to rtovrn .ind bridge ivoik;andtlie cnirmlon or liicgularlties of the din too No. Dock Avgo Price. No. 13 4U 114 4 75 4 It .... 1" 4 75 0 110 .... I7S 4 tt) CONSIGN TOUR CATTLE, HOGS AM SHEEP TO HEALY & MOORE, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCH'TS Union Stock Tards. Wichita, Kan. Corre.ponder.ee solicited. Market by Eagle or Drover's News sent free. We have saveral stock ranches forta'e cheap. ? J. O. Dattdsor. Pres t 2. C Derst, Cash. THE CITIZENS1 ; BANK. OF WICHITA. MOZABT SCHOOL OF MUSIC MRS. D. HAYS, Prin. 16-17 Bitting "Block. Send for catalogue with, dictionary of Musical 'lei-ma--free. dl35-tf L. C. BAMBDn, Master in the Art of Voice Train ing. Koom 18, Bitting Block. dluSlmo "Wichita Hair Bazar. 117 IS. Main St. Up Stairs. Hair Dressing and Manicure Parlors. Geneial agency for 3Irs. Gervaiso Graham's Celebrated Toilet Goods and Cosmetics. AKents wanted iu adjacent towns, Kid Glo es Cleaned. Patrouge solicited. Jlrs. J. M. LeverhlgeProp. VOICE CTJIiTUIlE, MBS. ESTELLA E1FI2TG, Fits pupils for church concert, oratorio and opera. Call at rooms 10 and 17. Bitting Block luozart School of Music, Mondays, "Wednes day tnd Fridajs, from 9 a. m. to Vi in. Terms xeasonable. Voices tried f roc of charge. Ill tf REAL ESTATE AGENTS Fri.d w, Israel. Notary Public. i:.C. ISilCAL ISRAEL BROS. Real Estate and Rents. 'ohny Wichita city property or Sedgwick county land at yrehent pi Ices means laige returns on your money. Wichita wltn her stock and other indus tries. Is J u-t In her Infancy, nnd such bat gains at we can now offer were never offeted before. All having bii-Inesln our line are invited to call orcoriespond. 'Jhe Wichita lntetests of jion-iestdents properly and fnlthtully cated for. OQite becond floor Ui North Market, Israel Building. d tu-tt HAIJaROAD 'J.IMK T All LB ATCHISON, 'XOPEKA & 8ASTA 1C Hft. THAINS. ARItlVli T.r.WK NORTH AND HAST. Vo. 414 Kansas City Exn'ss 750 AM 1115AM 915 pm 423 pm 645 am 0 50 am No. 400 Chicago Vestibule i ast Express 1103 a w No. 403 Missouri River Ex press 905 r No. 458 Englowood Ej.ir's 220 1 m .o. 4HJ Local iieiglit 330 r m No. 428 Pasng'r south and wrsr. No. 407 Oklahoma City and Fort Woi th Exjiress No. 427 Caldwell and Pan Handle Express No. 403 Fort AVoith, Gal- estou and Texas thio'gh Express No. 415 Wichita Express... No. 457 Englcwood Accoin. No. 417 Local Freight No. 409 Fieight e55iim C35am 650JAM nopM lCOrn 520 P M Stors 6 20 A M 1201AM 1103 am WICniTA AND WESTERN. ARRIVE FROM WKST. No. 41G Mullinvillo and Kingman express No. 430, Pratt and Kingman accom modation DEPART WEST. No. 415, Kingman and Mullinville express No. 431, Kingman and Pratt accom modation 10 80am 1 30pm 5 25pm 7 .30 a m Daily except Sunday. bl. LOUIS &. &AN FRANCISCO U. It. TRAINS. ARRIVE DEPARTS No. I west bound also to Elsuorthdnily 520 n m52 a m No. ;i west bound sdso to Elsnorth daily tr0 p m 151 p m No. 4 east bound daily 1030 am 103." am No. 2 east bound daily 1030 pm 1033 p m MISSOURI PACiriC RAILWAY. 'trains. aihhvk iirPART k sr. Chicago &Kt,nasClty ex.. 650pm. 85 p.m. (l'lom Anthony) St. Louis -Mail A; Express... 12.15n.rn. K0p. m. (I'lTini Denver) Mixed Express 11:05a, m, iCouwa Springs mixed) WEST. Mixed Express .... " 7.15a. m. (1 o Anthony & Kiowa) St. Louis Mall A, Express... 43 p.m. 5:t5p. m. (1o Denei) Cliicigo .V Kansas City Ex. 7.15a, m. 70a, m (lo Anthony) Hutchinson A. Geneseo 7:25a.m. (Local .MixeJ) Hutchinson A. Gcncseo f.45p.7n. (t.ocal Mixed) Trains designated as local or mixed do not run on Sunday. For lull information call atclty ticket office, lit N Jin In street. Depot corner Second and Wichita streets. E E. IlLCCKI.hV. P.andT. A. TIME TAIIIC CHICAGO, ROCK IsLANO A Ti KAILWW. ("GieitKock island Hont." In eilcct, commencing A.igust20th. iiulns auitu h l i.E v i. .OIN1 NCtTU ANI KANT. No.2Kanas Cllv St. Louis nnd dilcngn. World's Fair limited, dally T23AM CSA II No 2 Coloiado spiiug. Denver and Pacific Coast Expie-tidally ?23am 12SAM No. 4 Kansas City St Loui" and Chicago night ex. dilly, except Sunday 1045pm 1050pm No. 32 Aicuiuinodiitlon. da!). except bundny. 1145am 12r0l'M ootxo SOUTH. No. 1. Oklahoma and Texas express dillv TI5PM 7I0PM No. 3. Oklahoma ex. dally except Sunday 425AM 4 TO am No. 21. Accom. dallycxccpt Sunday 2 10 p m 2 40 r t l'.lec-ttiit lecllulng chair car on nil train, nn.l Pullman sleepers from Wichita to Kannta City and Cnlcago without change on night trains. Tickets sold and baggage checked tl lough to all point ? not th. south, east and vest, and otcauinhlp tickets told to all LuroiifDu points at lowest rates. Cut ticket offlce 100 East Douglas avenue, comtr Mali treeu passenger station corner Dou.-ijj and ileai me'uutx 'telephone 1 . .1.11 Pnin,ir.Tic!ct asms. TNO. SERASTIAN. G. T. A. p. i Chicago. IIL Legislative Intelligence. The intelligence of a member of the Kentucky legislature has at timesbeen called into question, but it is hardly fair to that distinguished body of statesmen to have any doubt on this subject. In testimony whereof is this: Two newspapermen reporting the pro ceedings at Frankfort were disputing over the spelling of a member's name. "By George," contended one, "I tell you it is spelled with an a.11 "I'll bet you a dollar it is an e," in sisted the other. "I know "better and we'll leave it to him." The other gave a long whistle. "Leave it to him, nothing,'' he ex claimed; "he doesn't know how to bpcll his name, and I've seen him run his tongue out four inches trying to write it" Life's Karly Promise. Jackson That new baby of yours is a fine little fellow. Jenkins I should say! I'm a pretty heavy man, nryself; but he weighs a great deal more, in proportion to his i gi.,thanI dcVyPnnhy, DR. BENNETT, Cures Pilea. Fis tula. Fissure and ail diseases of the lectum witliont leuife, Iigatnre,caus lies or detention fiom btiMness. Cures Guaran teed. No money to be paid until pa tient is cured. Ps-ixate Diseas es cs in "both sexes lv cured in, the sliortest time and on tlie most reasonable terms without the nse of danjrerous drags. Female .Ailments in nil forms, as Leu cotrhoen, P.iinfpl Periods, Suppression, Etc.,afcpecialtr. Jloles nnd Facial Blemishes removed Indolent CJ leers and &kln diseases quickly nnd permanently cured. Medicine Furnished in nil cases. Consultation Free, confidential and in vited. Office open from S o'clock a. m., until7 o'clock p. m., Sunday until 1:30 o'clock p. m. Call at office opposite ilnnson & McXumara. Dr. J, E. BENNETT, 126 N. Main St, Vicliita, Ks. SCOTT'S BLUFFS. Tlie Sad Death of tho Man TTlio Care His Name to These Cliffs. Along the Nebraska river rises a suc cession of beetling- cliffs of indurated clay and sandstone, bearing- the sem blance of towers, castles, churches, and fortified oities. They received the name of Scott's bluffs from a melan choly incident A number of years ago, while a party were descending- the river in canoes, their frail barks were overturned, their provisions lost or spoiled, and their powder wet Their rifles were, of course, rendered useless, and they were unable to procure food by hunting and had to depend upon roots and wild fruits for subsistence. They made their way on foot as best they could, suffering extremely from hunger, until they reached Laramie's fork. Here Scott, one of the party, was taken ill, and his companions came to a halt until he should recover suffi ciently to proceed. While searching for edible roots, they discovered a fresh trail of white men, who, it was evident, had recently passed. What was to be done? By a forced march they might overtake the travelers and thus be able to reach the settlements in safety. "What shall wo do with Scott?" said one. "He can't walk." For a moment all were silent. They realized that they were too weak to carry him, and if they waited for his recovery all were in danger of perish ing from starvation and exhaustion. "We must leave him here," some one said, gruffly. "To wait for him means death, and to try to take him along can't mean anything else." It was a cruel thing to do, but it was at length decided to abandon the poor man to his fate. Leaving Scott to in fer that they were in search of food, the whole party set off on the trail. They succeeded in overtaking the white men of whom they were in quest, but concealed their faithless desertion of their unfortunate comrade. The following summer some of the same party were visiting the region again. They came suddenly upon the bleached bones and grinning skull of a human skeleton, which by certain signs they recognized as tho remains of Scott This was sixty long miles from the place where he had been left; and it appeared that the wretched man had crawled that almost incredible distance before death put an end to his miseries. The wild and picturesque bluffs in the neighborhood of his lonely grave have ever since borno his name. Youth's Companion. JAPANESE CLANSMEN. Royalty, Bravery and tlhlvalry Equal to That of Crnsader. No crusader of the west, no viking of the north cherished a higher ideal of loyalty and chivalry than the clans men of old Japan, no Corsican more ruthlessly handed down a feud from generation to generation or exacted from son and brother a sterner ven detta. The Sntsuma men of to-day triumph in the fact that their own swords have avenged in this generation the defeat inflicted on their forefathers in the year of the Tokugawa clan. Legend aDd drama recount every day to eager ears the stories of sons who died to avenge their fathers, clansmen that they might slay the foe who had caused the death of their lord. The favorite heroes, who hold in popular estimation the place assigned by us to Robin Hood and his men, are the forty seven ronins, a name given to men who have lost their clanship. Their lord was obliged to. commit hara-kiri, or judicial suicide, for having within ro3al precincts drawn his sword on a noble who had insulted him, and these stanch vassals devoted themselves to tho destruction of the insulter, knowing assuredly that, having slain him, they would be equally condemned to take their own lives. Still may be seen fresh incense sticks burning before tho graves of their leader and his young son and vis iting cards stuck into the little tablets above them as tokens of the respect in which they are held by those who know their story and deplore their doom. Mr. Black records that at a review of British troops in lSG-t at Yokohama, a great daimio was watching with inter est the maneuvers of the regiments and batteries of artillery stationed there. At the conclusion he was asked to al low the escort of his retainers, who had accompanied him, to go through their drill and tactics, to which he readily consented. Turning to Sir Rutherford Alcock, who was inspecting the troops, he proudly said: "My ret inue is small, and their tactics are not worthy of notice after what we have seen, but there is not one man among them who, if I said 'die,' will not un hesitatingly sacrifice his life at. my command." Nineteenth Centurv. What He Could Do. He was a real, unmistakable, chronic tramp, and when the kitchen door was opened to his knock the sight of him almost un nerved the lady of the house. "Wha what do vou want?" she asked. "I want somethin to do, mem,' he re plied. "Do?" Mie exclaimed as she surveyed him. "Yes'm, that's what I said." "What in the naine of sense can you do?" she inquired as her nerve ivlnrnpd "T Icin eat. mum. he :in- ! : ijwercd promptly, and she slammed the ioor iifhis face. Detroit Free Press. OhiidrenCryfor Pitcher's Castoria. tSvSS Lfw-ife HEE LAST CAST. BY W. ADDISOS. Copyright, 1E93, by the-Anthor.1 T WAS in the Alvarez circus that two Ger mans, dressed as Chinese, were eshi biting their skill in that most dan gerous per formance of an art which is fast dying out. The Chinese were the first to brinsr it to Europe in the forties, and for the time being gained for themselves consider able popularity by their remarkable deftness and skilL The artists in the Alvarez circus were man and wife she, with a serene smile on her lips, her long, fair hair hanging loosely over her shoulders, her deep, blue eyes directed fearlessly and full of confidence towards her comrade; he, firm and cool, with an expression of su premo indifference to the danger his wife so boldly and unflinchingly faced. Tho couple seemed to mock death, playing with him as with a tame tiger cat But, howeTer bloodcurdling the sang froid of this couple might be, they were dwarfed into insignificance in comparison with an incident dating from my strolling days, which comes all the more vividly before my mind's eye, the remoter it is from that adven turous, precarious time when I, a gypsy among gypsies, strode in front of the green caravan, which, slowly followed by street curs barking furiously at its BEEM TO MOCK DEATH. inmates, rumbled along in the evening, with the last rays of the dying sun glinting on the gnarled window panes. Brigantina! Oh! how distinctly I see that dark gypsy girl with the supple, panther like form, the "attraction of the stroll ing circus of Belli," who, at the time of this story was "doing" the southern provinces of Holland. Her equestrian feats were tho most striking. Why she remained with the small circu3, proprietor for the paltry salary she was receiving, whon she might have had splendid remunerative engagements in the largest and most renowned circuses, was a mystery to me at first But then I saw later on that Brigan tina cherished a desire to become Mmc. Belli Belli was a young man of not more than five and twenty years of age, hav ing inherited the circus not long before this from his parents, who had both died suddenly one after the- other. The circus was composed of half a dozen green caravans and a couple o dozen of tolerably good horses. The pride of tho circus, however, was a really well-trained elephant, "Moffa," which was brought into the ring by Belli and Brigantina in turns. The proprietor, with his Roman nose, coal-black mustache and athletic, well built figure, was a prototype of a brut al, masculine beau of the annual fair a highway Apollo, self-conceited and overbearing in his treatment with his subordinates. Brigantina always rode in Indian dress a short skirt edged with feathers and shells, with a string of coral beads around her neck, and at her side a blue silk pouch, containing small, gilded juggling balls. ' With one leap she vaulted on to the bare back of her gray horse, and with cat-like agility bent forward, pitching the balls high up into the air, catching them as they fell, and ODce more send ing them flying into space, the mean while poising herself gracefully, and with tlie utmost adroitness, on her horse's back while he continued to gal lop round and round the ring. After this performance a thick board was placed in the middle of the ring, upon which a small circle of not more than one foot in diameter had been de scribed, and then Brigantina was handed half a dozen small, glistening, sharp-edged hatchets, which Hew from her hands like arrows from a bow, one after the other, wi'hout touching or ever failing to enter the circle. During this exhibition of skill the j audience held its oreatn ana gave a sigh of relief as Brigantina dismounted and the board with the axes sticking in it was removed. They then chalked the girl's shoe soles and away she went again to the wild strains of the music. Wilder and wilder played tha music, and erer more daring became her postures, more ve hement her urging of the steed, until he broke into a mad gallop. She flew by like the wind. We held the barriers on, two, three, five barriers over which she went perched on the smooth back of her 1 hore. With upraised arms, pressing with her dainty feet she incited the horse to still greater efforts, shouting ail the time: "Heidonc! En avant! Caesar! Animo! Animo!" Her switch whisked through the air. her eyes flashed, her long, bluc-olack hair touched the tent-poles as she ca reered past Swift as an arrow the maddened beast rushed past with his daring rider holding on by the toes of one foot The cool evening air blew softly la through the curtains of the caravan in which Belli sat with Brigaotina, whose Email hands he held tenderly in hia own. She gazed up at him, as if under the influence of some spell, with oeam- ing eyes and a dreamy look. All was quiet. The night air gently caressed the leaves of the lindens, who sweet scent mingled with the fresh sea breeae, penetrated through the win dows of the caravan, intoxicating the lovers with its sweet incense. ije?y -t I .'As a 1 last!' ihe ilsped" stiftly, as H speaking in a dream. "Certainly, Brigantina, in a few days you'll be my wife," answered the circus proprietor. "And then you'll be mine mine alone." He drew a ring from his finger. "And I herewith pledge myself and my lifo, darling; this ring shall bind us together, never to be severed, what ever our fates may be yea, unto death!" Brigantina glanced hastily at the ring, and fervently pressed it to her lips. Thea suddenly, with an almost imperceptible movement, she plucked a tiny dagger from her belt and prick ing her left arm with its sharp point pressed the wound passionately to the mouth of her beloved. He kissed the wound and endeavored to stanch it but she held her arm out of his reach, allowing the blood to flow freely, and exclaimed in a voice quivering with emotion: "Thine, Alessandro, for ever! For thee I am ready to shed my life's blood!" Alessandro Belli had engaged a second equestrienne; a golden-haired beauty, a proud, intriguing woman. Jeannette was born in an old, cele brated, professional family, who had acquired considerable wealth in the pursuit of their calling. A great por tion of her parents' money fell to Jeannette's share, whose talents, how ever, were of too mean an order to gain her admission into the higher branches of her profession, and she was too fond of a roving life to settle down quietly and live a happy and contented life. After the arrival of this beauty Belli underwent a change. He neglected Brigantina, and began to make ad-, vances to Jeannette. This gypsy was a born speculator,? who scenting lucre desires to possess it with the least possible trouble. I often observed the dark threatening glances'of Brigantina, as she dug deep into her lips with her white teeth. "When shall we get married. Ales Bandro?" she asked Belli, one afternoon. "I have reconsidered tho matter, Brigantina," replied he, coldly. "I am too young to marry yet I will strive to earn more money, and you could also do much better if you were to accept an important engagement Go, and come back rich, and help me to make a big compan3 out of this gypsy band." She turned pale. "You want mo to go in order to free yourself of your vow to me. I must make way for this red-haired beast be cause you covet her riches. Have you forgotten your oath, Alessandro? Do you want to break your solemn vow?" "Don't be tiresome, Brigantina, but go to where you belong!" rejoined Belli, imperiously. The woman laughed scornfully. "Ah! that's the wayj'ou talk to me, is it? Take care. Alessandro I see through you. You want to bo rid of me to marry your Jeannette!" "You dream, girl I do not even think of such a thing. I am, however, only ft KISSED THE WOTXTfD. poor director, who must see to how he can earn his living best With the company as it is there is nothing to be done, and that you know right well." "I'll go and earn money, Alessandro; but swear to mc never to marry Jean nette." "Brigantiha, I am no longer a child!" "Swear, Alessandro, swear." "Go to the !" Quick as lightningBrigantina sprang to one bide, and seized hold of an ax. "Swear, or by Heaven " And the tigress threw the reflection of the glistening blade on the torn can vas of the tent Belli laughed mockingly. He relied upon his brute strength and athletic skill, as he 6et about wrenching the ax from her grasp, to overcome her. "You won't go of your own accord, you bhe-devil, so I'll pitch you out against your will, and if yon don't mind you'll find the .hip cracking about your ears! You dare to threaten a Belli? You you poltroon!" This was enough. Poltroon coward! That word stung her to the quick. A wave of blood diffused itself over the face of the gypsy girl, a hard, hissing, animal like cry escaped her Hds, and the ax whizzed through the air. It cut Its way into the stroller's throat ' who fell to the ground without a 1 sound, and his blood mingled with the t freshly strewn sawdust on the floor. J With a shrill laugh Brigantina went j out past his corpse she knew that she j had aimed well. It was her last cast The next day we drew her lifelesu body out of the river. Only a few of the company followed her coffin to the wall near tlie church yard, where her remains were laid without chant or song of any kind. The Hungarian crovn worn at their accession by the emperora of Aus- j tria as kings of Hungary as the identi j C3.1 one made for Stephen, and used at i his coronation over eight hundred ! years ago. The whole is of pure gold t (except the settings), and weighs, nine marks six ounces (almost exactly four I teen pounds;. An Electricity Collector. An apparatus for collecting elec tricity from the air is described by a French journal as a revolving wheel having eight spokes but no rirn. Kach spoke is a conductor, insulated from the hub and having a metallic crov- arm at it farther end. Two brushes. ! art arranged near the hub. one above and one helow the center. These brushes are always in contact with the spokes, pointing vertically upward and vertically downward, respeciirely, dur- incr the revolution, and ther-fore lead j off from them the electric cfcarges col- I lecied from the atmosphere at the top j C and at the bottom of the waeeL Chi cago Herald. , v ,jh f- s 3 Cts. Tlie Peoples Column. The "Want Columns of a Daily Fapev tell vu nucicji iu uucrii-e. If you have anything to BUY, SELL, TRADE OR RENT, try these columns. EsPTayable Strictly in Advance. No advertisement taken lor less than lCr. One line advertisements charged same rate as two lines. Prices given under classified beads in this column applicable only to local advertise ments. No foreign advertisements taken at above rates. Ansv er to advei tiemeats ent In care of the Eagle office should be called 'or within ten dajs after iLsemon. "When adrertler . ish replj s forwarded to tieni stamped envel opes must beseut. Hefcrence to former advertisements should give description and date of insertion or copy of the advertisement should be seat. Not responsible for ndvettisements given or discontinued by telephone. Classified advertisements will be; Scents per line each insertion; average seven words to line, stgute measurement. v AMirnmiati icniiLr Luder this head 3c terllneperilar. Domestics, A rANTKD-A GiftL I-Ori GENERAL HOL'sK- work. A np:y:C9 Indiana ve. 14 w ANTFDTA GOOD OIKL FOR HOUsrlVOWC oiwj.x luptknnc. aiis. jj. j.akinncr 15 tf "ANTi D-G1IM. FOR GIO'CRA!. HOUsE- work. Good wneto a good girl AP'ly at 4t7 Waco avo., Iu the afternoon. Mrs. Mc Namnra. 15 3t Miscellaneous. Situations V tinted Eeumle. WA7?TET3v'ANHBfFl:: ored woman a place to do general hott-e. work. 704 E. Kellogg st. d.Ki MrANiLD-SITCATION BV hXPhRUNCI-n lady cook or general homework. No. 113 " ane su lt-2t COMPETENT GERMAN Olltt, WAT- place Immediately Call at 410 south Market Mrieil d 16-51 TTTANTI D-S1TPATIOV BY A KXPElf- TT lenced Geriuui gtrl to do sewing and this oftice. h &. "WTANTED-RY A LADY F-XPERIEXCTD IV ho'i'-e work, a plareJ to work for lionrd, while attending chool. Call at offieo of south, western Business Collego, 4UU E. Doglas. d!2tf II AX TED Jl A LEHELV. Li i'ei tui hradSc per lino perd iv. Tiuides. rANTF.D-A GOOD KIK'-T.CLA'.S RAKRER (white) at once. Addles J. H. Munib, Wel lington, Kan. dlG-2: w ANTKD-A COAT-MAKLR aT4M N.M.VIn it . by H. T. Camlen. llrSl liolfS. " V""ANTKD-A GOOD ROY TO DO CHORUS. etc.. for board. A.J Cook, comer Ontnl nd Hillside avo. 11 4f Salesmen. WANTKD-MEN WHO CAN BBM. A GOOD article. Good paying position. Room 2, 220 E Douglas ave. W. L. Reedy. 113 Miscrallaiteous. Situations II anted Malt. Slrvvri(rxv:Ai?f! iio. t.I, dry goods More, grocery store or on the train; have good teferencc; coloied. batn In lant, box 4.X1. 1.utbrie. O.T. d!5-?t "TtrTAXTF; I-WORK. RY A FIRsT-CLaS ? baker, with ten years experience. Address, William L. Ryes, Mutvane.sumuer County. Kau dl6-ct- AGEXTS ll'AXTED. Jiiler this head . er .Ine inrdny. -nVhWANT VoP'IO WORK for" CS. making I12.10 to $.15.01 per nk. THUS Parjies picrer-d who can funilh u ho:s nnd travel through tho country; a te mi, though. Is not neces sary. A few vacancies in towns and ell leu Spam hours may be u.ed to good advantage u p John son A, Co., llih and Jlalu at... Richmond Vn. d 15771 eod WAXTEDMISCELLAXEOUS Lnilei c life. hriidK per Ilncnrr irir anted-to nt y VAcT.vrTt csFden CE lots rioe to bu'ln-s; statu genera cah rrlce. Address V care haigie-. dlS-lt U"ANTLD-1t BLY RI -1DI.NVL OF 7 OR 8 rooms with SO lo ICO feet of ground mut 1 clofeln and cneap for cash. iiit front and torner preferred, stale piice as'l location. Addi- Y.. 1 agle ofhee. dlC-lt "TAN'IED-(J1P.L FOR GENERAL HOU.-K- V wtirk mut lie good cook, references re fjnlrod. : N.J.m;orlaave. dlfi-5t T AN1 ED-COPYING I'RFi1 AND ' Apply Room 25. Pitting Hlock bTANO. IS if -rANTKD --03IL RELIABLE PER-ON To H take hone for its keep. Address IJ. A,, this offlce. 14 if WA NTM)-ROKIH-K WITH OR i. ITIl 14 If out room. 156N Topeka hvk. CORN. OATS AND HAY I.N f AR LOTS De livered her- or to any flirt of theeonitty head oats In car lots. Hodg--, A p-yniour. iluia T A NTr.D-I'tltSONS INIERI'bTLD IN A practical docatlon to vlll the Snuihvretj. ern Unslness College. Attnal bul s practlc-) at both day and ultil res-luus. Entrance ' l Douglas avc. JS4 tf T ANH.D-TO BUY COUNTY WARRANT AT n eaionabl- dlxouct. It. V. Hrwe-f, Boom 1. over Ha N JIalii t. 17 tf T ANTED TUDENT.S FOR AFTERNOON and rvetitpg c)ac- htlhe Ulchlta Ci rnercl colleje, Y 31. C. A. buHdtng. now In nr. slon. Splendid udvanuges. Call ajl xre s, a lot: UANTFD-'IO SILL I (HO WORTH OF IUR nltureaiMl tov. tluk wek oneay p4ymut. J. 1 iir it-) a. 1 o za 3I.i1bj. i?iwt W ANTJD-PIANO Tl MNG II. A. SHEP t pari! LeaveirtJisat rs. Shuvs's ili7 ti -ANTFD-A FEW FaRSI LOANS. MLL immediately. 31. L.tiarver.oTer No aw a. Jlaln st. ClU It J OB bJ ljli"dlisrr(luucuns. I Td-r II.W head V tut line if r ikiy f ,OR " SALE-A LARGE IIORK. " SPRING A? wagwii and Iwrnei--, ih'av, '" lrs wib hrin; 180 In ttMi 'Prtug- g 8 J?-ikj it. d5 " IT-OP. v .LK-PARKKR RRKKCIMJADINO . khol-gun, bearly new. very choap. SIS l Ireka t. lleS-X 17Ol: sU.t.-StVf. OOtjU DBIVIVO Oft work horse. o sftrrer. -Se- ?4 lop bJgsy j Nx E. DcaigiUsava J s 'ffe ''f11' ''',"' j f.iOR-ALK-LAOItaf" ANDCMlIJJ J.NfPINh I L he In narrow widtV at 3i.iwtta. r4a i ftore,3. Ixar1'"''"":- H3t. F( OR Ak.. CHEAP -IlOC'.H0LD COOtf. Irc, Bdlng tar- SB lr--0 -t. IuMia; rl. bar born-f i.d oil patnttag. Cll at Jsoiaa. ave. KH' 170R-ALKA VK.KYF1NKPAIB OPDlAMl'XD J1 .r-rljg; rt.ia &m tt ea yrm te; IDern Mr. v-ir. take onset A cftlAte-r' ratify a--dm-t Us UBM4 te wwrj X mwpc ForlB'l ;wrlkir9 m 4te-s A. A -!. Vdicblta. KM). UM' 7ORSAL I IdiT -TOP IHKIOr PUB IB. cie-rri -T7OR 4I.E-THg REST II4fi 1-KCJB I THJS. X world at 3Saaiutta t .--. S3 fMMr an w .--OR SAL-OXJIfAMOKD gTOlH WEKJHr. It. La-? puyiMnttk Ji J t?0K K.4Lt TlJiJC PARKKJt ilAJMHi ." i ktwt-ru ri gaa--E. CtH - . i" t E-glc I70R SALTS mt. TRADE-HCIttS. 1 lWiXamt CALL AT TTOR -ALtSJf-tHTY RAKJIELS AND HWW X t-a-to. Ta-c W3-fta. s iixj-Ufcetntiiig Ok 170R -SiLE-ILIUJU A50 r'LTABL. 1 CTJ)1-I Vcy clMf Kx CS l-ok - lic--.-, tcND-nAyt i-Ain.. a Srr fcovt. Lrrea mul. mt tawr !- ois. t yowl or .- Tm-rt trta "dorlj. 41 H tea l,-OllA.fc . ttrtTPfeKT i5I- ROOM X mfi.lu. imttk a-s24 Sairtwi js,! bvti-7 SS. Jir- WrnF. AH will SK)Wili.j It MiMt' - 4--nfc T-t otli tat&ad reU ra.Ssigeirfchy T ? erlli a M-ht.r-jeV'W-v'tl tit a 4.cL I ii t aAdr.- B. r TU-, tetania. tm tf l.'UK --ALK-0-.L UU4,K U AFT -ALE--. LMl: U AFT VHE i brt lArtaa. w wiil tr.Je ;- iArraa' ti 1 i' tilw IOU SAlAsUtnl tjtftt-. I 40ni (priABL IpOR SAI.IX s. aN -a hu Th UTT" vtT iiiy. W. V. JitCtrs'sX. TB --j-l i .. - -39!L3HirlU THE PEOPLE'S C0LUM. Your Wants Supplied, HOUSES TO JdOVE-CHkAP-HUUSfc Si X V.nshlngtoa are. four ivcnr. ahevtcd. . H&us isy r-ast "Ninth street, six. roots, sau. lood Myla. ChU soon. Gcs.1 title w.d no delay. V want to sell them for what they wilt bringl IjU Hartford IcvcsKaeiit Co.. Sedgwick Bloc!i lOlt &ALB-JMN E FEUTIL Fl'.Oir I.ANDS OX J 'lexas coast. You cannot emitl thl4 rrono-d- t.'on for a, good UtIj Wetritvi;. :cr an lnrcsttcea. 112 Fatr- 15 31. pOKfeALE-EEOANT FA KM NEAR WICHI -- tA must be sold; buyer can get advantage cf vrnaU money alreauy jM by recent purcbAset malts unable to complete paymeut. Alsotnlrr or.oi.ycice claim in the trl. for sale urtrada for- nurceit or horse stock. Ttveatr houses fo sale, l.ii Falrview avc., WlcJalt. I53t I l?Oi: SALL-Tili:hKGOOD FARMS FOR GOOD, j A. dam stocks of goods. An elegant dr home. urar.iwEwa larras. Aiofcnf eastern pruperti for hvl here. Fine hack line for land. Lind ti stock fpr stocks of good Property for tradj everywhere a. W. L. AssCctaUo.., IH2 Falrvtevr "- liSi fOn ?j-."i WILLIAMS MREKT.ONE jyjJ Iot,5-tooruhou-eand part of adjoin. Ingnoun. iocatrd bewn titj building; and pot oClce. I hraj.-t bu-tee-vs location in center o tow n. bulla bit- for carriage repository, w holes-vlu fiuit or warehouse. Hartford Itmsl2jnt Co. Koom g Scdgw-lc lilocb. tiitatf lR i-ALL-NA lS 1.Y MAIL. THE MOT A complrteAnoroePccketCuuri Ducket otoc llililiiOiew, UU erase, .iitdlcaa Iho Wichita. !e. W icJilia. Kau. 13T if FOB BI1XT House. I 1'drr 1 (. S. per llr,e ir er. IfOR KhNT A FINL S-ROOM HOUSK. WITH .. iujii.iKua.rpusn, paniry.Mix woela. RTtlraw water, good Uirn, etc , a small family preferred F J. Arnold. cveraBN. MatnsJ- dlf ,UR I.KNr-A -MALL FUttNlMIKU HOUSE A complete tcr housekeeping. CaLmatTN. ua per a are. UIb-4f KM "; RENT-A FURNISHED IUH-ETO QUIhT A 11 .lie parties for the w inter, tt-ualre at ati ?. n". ati r ft, R. supiiuti j ji gt. TXm Rt-.NT--T WU.iaiu- si John Lxtun. .Is ltKICK KiblDENCK. S10 EAST All modern and nrst-class order. . LuuKjrfti. dill 17SOR RENT-MODERN HOUSES. ISRAEL. i'tf by HilMs i I lucwui. Rcom tTHI.N. Market. ""- it? ;u 1J-OR KLNT-A Is ICE MX ROOM HOUsK. K&T . front.luth room, w.itu uiucL. c. 34l North. Tope.a avei ur. e h.p 10 ftr.ut lena. WW h vacant Nov. 1 Inuulre "I." Lngloufncw. dill U j'Oiu;is.T I InVr i 'r..lfc,. tHtUlS, J70R Ri NT NICELY P UM9Utu tiUOMS A with modem ltuprovetuvulo aijiG N. Knipona avenue Ifc-t-f, lJOR RENT -A PLKA-ANt'mO,I. ? S 'IO A,' Jurluuvr. Gciittcmnti ptflerred. UJl.- OURENl-FUttNIi!Hfc,DORUsFl,'KMsllRi i. .. ,'H,ln'" ' "1 ana sitivuh!HU lsetfCbUi. S3. N 1 ourtn. in II, J l: rlt, it jgh eK.rt. ntv 1,'OR RK.T-Hi.MhHKO IO 3lS. MOURK.V . eni c conveulonces. llBaru ntxt doyr. m a Law. rt-nco avc. J' V 1C B fi.Y T .1 i.terlltt it eons. Vj'd. 1 i' .-l.a-,,1 .r !!.. jr anr. rriOR ItENT-.SOME KtNf. FAR-MS ri)R L' rem, llo uick ltU Fatrvirwav. CASH ilk 1OU REO -IUoIAIKvNI AT4S A DOLTf! I las nve with gt,i IhiicIi -MsiMr aud ahwt onler All fnra.-tsl ana u jnnl trade Mm ij OK RI NT -PHOrOi.RAPH t.J.LERYj OLl A i-Un,! Ilrt lotKirtm In ti.a. 1 itj. MV.ki(i UKiin No M tiuug.us. lirtok .lore . o. IU i)m(M lornirtivo.Miiii- WiotilU took U. ltiqohs.i L.tiir.n A Newccmb'iuun;iCi-. M tt i't n : a' -ham; ;.-- I ?"OR LXCll.VNt.I. A -NO. I Xt A 1K RU1TOH J farm In -N lirka. 1II rxeh..H; riiriiegkiif ood 01 iusidu Wit bit a property Po ia llaUily UJtlit Loodi 1 Oli TliA DtC 1 i"-rll 1 I eo,l luicr llnr it" .tx 17-0RTRAHE-A MAO.viwck.NT noue : .' this clu.aud one In .Noa-Luti for trade fur uollalid. 1712 Fairvtcw ave. 15 31 EOUXIK 1 1 iVr t) IkIi-iii'3u rer ttn for.t.nr 171UU.ND-PACK.AOe. OF PHOIOS. OU'NgK . can have mio br calling t this ofne" and l-njliigfor adveitlSdueut. Kit JAST, i' r l! t t tnl ,ir mi hm- iy T OSl'-A MUI L SATlHkL, CNlAlNM.Vt J J Infant' clotlilmrnnd wmo mrilirlnn l'ltii-;. ft please lrave ul IhU oHlttt. dli-Jl- T O-T-llLTW KEN MANHATTAN HOTEL ANIJ - cirner V. .to and ihtrd sir--t a Made realher fan. Finder reU.ru thiurtt A Sooi ImpUmeui house nnd he rewarded. is jt T OM-AIIW) AND WJHTK COW. AL&O ,V "-"' i.ii "iiuiv ei, flwiv v ndtolorr.1 csiw wllh wdt fac "Tnrlnyr k iirnd on side Filter 1H irrwardrd hy ulug to Ld W l.glenwurth, Lutuil Mock Yspl. 'Hack' l. 11 eturiil: d(l lOt ST11A l'ED. riin-r !.! head k t tr 11ns p,r ,,T rrxA xcia l. " riM1 MONkYIl MO.VKY' T LOAN' Q.V U IlHtkl-r. aL 1. chattl" security. iJaltonl' euient A Th Was ulllc Sit North Mala, 1him going elewher l U HtnVly, d 7 lino J'EiSSOXAJj. Crder lid Instil ifc pel llu frlf. THE OYSTER'S ENEMY. Grekt Deatractloii In tlir Drl.injro I5.ijr( Itcila liy tlm I'orrr." The "borer," :i pest about Uia fiir: of a small fctrawln-rry, is working grant havoc among the oyster lidti In Dlii waru hay and tributary "itrcumo, my? the Philadelphia Ledger. Capt ISfobus Vt-ali-, of tho ojrtcr schooner White Lily, nyi that tho dcr structive poweri of the "twrer" hrc been known to ojnt'-msen only a lovr 3'ears. He had followod oyutor Ujf )5iag for nearly thirty-flvc y'-nrti, aut Uift. first "borer" he caw wsu Jtltotit ten 3car.s ago, but their ravages in Mn ory tor beds were comparatively -anooticotl until last year Capt. Veale eaid that "lavt yaar Uio number of dend oystor witli hotcA mad by borers in the fJelllcqam so gruit that oytjrmen were alarmed. TMi 3ear the work of the bortrn ha hceomo a grave matter, and if ft eontiouKs many bays will be depopulatJ at oyjt ler. From one lid we drt-dgt-1 on this trip we got t.vrlve haiidr'Hl butt 1: at of oysters, but ont of them only Uvo hito dred were good. th dead oytturs hoi ing ben killed by btircrs. A pacuHnr thing nbout the rarayeaeof the Voror Li th?ir apparent nal-ctjon of tha bot oyter bedK We have found this to bo true several timt IhlA stzmm. "Wn hare founl a lHd nl wnali oyntors al-mo-t entrly free from uorcrs.' Tlttrt bed will W wpuraUw! frota stnoths bed of 'arg-r oyter by two ItusHltmi feet, bat this latter bod will at ut bsdly aifected by tArs er-satttrfts that H wfli hardly pay to work it "Frot-a whit 1 cca Itam from oytcr men thedj-iJroetion wroight by beren i4 much mo-e wrvrru io DeJft'te&ro bey, than in other pfc-ectk. "Tho -vrorlt at the borer this j-jar makes a double rrl--fortao, for ths oyster bed wero Ixi-lrdawogritJ y th big storm in Aug and ttepttembwr. Very ft- peopie wko aro not in titn oystirr dredgiag ImAla--. kww any thing of tJie tr.Xiitc4 ot to horcn, Wha I flrtt took KOtlc of U work I cnred -etTraL oysters jot aitcr th horerhad ftrned itlt to tfce nhill When the bomr ia.tAe aav talf it Uold on like i leh, sod It i w!U dlaiculty tiiat it can be reMOTed rrltit. tha fingers. Jsomtytfao! the borer f-tAlon.it iUelf to the- oytfrW tAcrll ncr - fedgc and thn ihe ojntuT i not kllla-d. Vhgo the hole of the borer in made near tho center of the ahtall the oyster 1 at-t-u-ked in it -rilts! part &ad dfei. in. Uire or foar ikiys at tr the hole 1 arst. ma4 " bo-ae of the- i-ofaer5 near Maurice . rivrr hj-.-- Jot larg a of n-jy thi year oa aecotiai af the bor?r. AH. ortf-rmea taj thure 4n ha no way !. taking away Use 'Corcr without tie-itrf'-riar Vh-.erlcr blv -J. v-,i jr 2fV- h - r-i-j- .