Saturday, April 22, 1882
The Atchison Globe, April 24, 1882, 1
The Chicago Tribune, April 24, 1882
The Herald-Dispatch (Decatur, IL) April 29, 1882, 7
Atchison Daily Champion, April 21, 1882, 1
Atchison Daily Champion, April 22, 1882, 4
Fourth Street, between Kansas Avenue and Commercial Street (west side), Atchison, KS
Matters and Things, a review of Oscar Wilde in Atchison.
Atchison Globe, April 24, 1892, 4
The report opposite states that Wilde’s supper was furnished by the steward at the Otis House, but this is not conclusive evidence that he stayed there—as there are others example of Wilde having food sent in.
The reason to doubt Otis House is that according to E. D. Howe of E. W. Howe’s Monthly in 1911 (reporting to the early Wilde researcher R. B. Glaenzer) Wilde stayed at Byram House. 
Further confusion is created by the publication in Atchison Globe (April 22, 1892, 1), of an obviously fake interview with Wilde supposedly at the Otis House.
Otis House was at the Corner of Commercial and Second Streets, Atchison, KS
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