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T0 TIE OLD SOD.
TIIE-GHMGE OF BASE IN THE PAR
The Irish leader Received by
Followers With tiic Wild
The Uncrowned Tmz Immediately Pro
ceeds to Make Things Exceedingly
Sultry for His Enemies.
The Anti-Parnell Manifesto Issned by the
Members of the McCarthy Faction
Expressions of Opinion by Various
Irish Bodies ITotcs.
Signal. OrriCE. "Wichita. Kan., Dec.
30. The highost temperature Tvas 72 c, the
lowest 81, and tbo mean 52, with
very warm, cloudless weather, gentle,
westerly to southwesterly winds and fall
Jjahtyear, on Dec. 10, the highest tcm
oeraturo was SS3, the lowest 38, and the
menu 48, and two years ago the corres
ponding tempcrutures wore 03, 2S3 and
Fhkd L. Jonx&ox. Observer.
Wai: Dcpaktmext, "Washing rox. D. C,
Dec. 10, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. in.
For Missouri and Kansas: Fair weather,
colder, nothwcslerly winds, except in east
ern Missouri, warmer.
PAE1TELL IN IEELAND.
The Home Rule Leader Among His Irish
Dublin, Doc. 10. Mr. Parnell arrived nt
Kingstown at an early hour this morning.
A body guard of SOU of his supporters, tho
Parnell leadership committee, and other
deputations, who had arrived irom Dublin
on a special train, were on the pier to ro
ceivo him. The deputations were headed
by a baud. Dr. Fitzgerald, M. P., Mr.
Leamy, M. P . Mr. Henry Harrington and
Mr. Edward Harrington, M. P.. were the
first members of Mr. Pamell's party to
leave the steamer. They were loudly
cheered as they came down tho gang
Mr, Timothy Uealy, M. P , and Mr.
Kenrtv, M. P., opponents of Mr. Parnell,
travefed in the hamo boat with the Par
nejlitos from Holyhead. As they came
ashore they were subjected to hostile dem
onstrations by tho crowd on the pier,
while there were shouts for Mr. Parnell,
mingled with cheers for Mrs. O'Shea.
Mr. Parnell, accompanied by Mr. Camp
ion, his private secretary, was tho last
passenger to quit the boat. As he pro
ceeded to the waiting train, the cmwil bo
came onthusiastic in their demonstrations
and ho was cheered again and again. A
number of addresses were presented to
him, in reply to which he expressed his
thanks for the welcome that had been ex
tended to him. He said he did not fear
the result of the fight he hud undertaken.
Ho had never led the Irish party wrong in
tho past, and would not do so in the fu
ture. Tho train then bauled out from the sta
tion, aud after a short run arrived iu Dub
lin, where a large crowd had assembled in
and about the station to welcome Mr.
Aa soon as tho train came to a standi
still, Mrs. Timothy Healy hurriedly de
scended ftom the coach in which he had
traveled, entered uctb, and drove away.
He was recognized by the crowd, however,
before ho reached the cab, and was greet
ed with groans aud shouts of "Chief Jus
The crowd was so dense that Mr. Par
nell with difficulty uindo his way through
it. Finally, ho readied a cab, which ho
entored with Mr, Joseph E. Kenney, M.
P. The crowd surrounded the cab, un
harnessed the horses, and then Mr. Par
ncll's enthusiastic admirers drew the cab
through the dark streets until they reaeh-
d Mr. Kenney's house, No. 15 "Rutland
Square, east. As tho cab was rolled
along tho street, tho crowd followed
singinp: "God save Ireland." Tho pace
was quickened, and gave active exercise
to a dozen stalwart policemen, who fol
lowed tho cab. Upon his arrival at Mr.
venncyfH house, Mr. Parnell made a brief
speech to tho crowd that had accompanied
THE "UNITED IKELAVIl" MUZZLED.
The newspaper, United Ireland, has got
into trouble through its persistent advo
cary of t ho retirement of Mr. Pan ell.
Mr. Parnell is one of the directors of the
company owning the paper, and, acting in
that capacity, he today seized tho plant of
1 he-paper, stopped the issue of the current
edition, and ejected tho acting editor, Mr.
Botkin. Mr. ParneH's agent has taken
posxession of the oflices of the paper.
When Mr. Botkin entered the office to
day he found Mr. Parnell in posesion. Mr.
Parnell, in the presence of the other di
rectors, rend the articles of association
under which tho company whs organized,
and then ordered the sheriff to eject Mr.
Botkin. Tho latter made an ineffectual
resistance. A desperate row occurred in
the down-stairs ollico between the sheriff's
officers and tho sub-editor. Sticks and
stones wore used as weapon, and the air
was filled with flying missiles. Finally
after a sharp and fierce struggle, tho sub
editors were put out of the building. Mr.
Parnell placed Mr, Leiiniy in charge of
Ji has been ascertained that one of the
editors got a hint of Mr. ParneH's inten
tion to ncize the paper, and made arrange
ment) to have today's edition printed nt
an earlier hour than usual. The edition
was on the point of being issued when Mr.
Parnell nppearod. Ho ordered that tho
entiro edition, which contained bitter at
tacks on himself, bo destroyed.
Mr Parnell dnvotrd several hours today
to effecting a ro-orgaiiixaiion of the Na
11IK lWUSELL MRRTIM1.
Mr. Parnell was In consultation with his
supporters tho grantor part of today. At
7 o'clock he proceeded to the Mansion
house, whore the procession which was to
escort him to tho rotund, was formed.
The crush was so great that he reached his
carnage with great difficulty. The enthu
s.asm was intense. Tho horses were un
hitcht d from his carriage, aud enthusiastic
men dragged iho vehicle at the head of the
process mi to the rotunda.
The hall vriw jammed and Parnell was
passed over the heads of tho audience and
reporters to tho stage. The lord inavor
was chairman of the meeting. A vot" of
confi cuco iu Parnell was passed with
enthusiasm. A great hnrt of cheorincr
greeted him when he arose to sneak. He
said he did not propose to make xcuc for
1 is presence at Dublin, or to answer
the charge that lie was rteser-tiuc the
cause by absenting him-elf from
parliament. This was a groat crisis,
no declared, and asked who made it. Was
t he? (Cries of "No." It was Healy, Sex
ton. Old Gladstone, the hypocrite.) They
would see some day who had done that
deadly thing against their race He had
been anxious to attend the trial, but he
1'ad not been given the opportunity Whv
bad Gladstone waited nine davs after th'e
verdkt.nnd permitted the Leincester meet
ing before hinting that his (ParneH's) re-
urrmenb was a necessity He respected
Gladstone, and honored him for manv
thtngs, but he would not fuse the Irish
v.un mo .uioeraii ana wonld not permit
the Irish party to loe Its independence.
Mr Parnell concluded by saymt; that if
the movement agRtnst hint was honest, he
would rlold immediately: but raid It whsa
movement of hypocrisy by a mn whoso
home rule was skin dep. but who-e hatred
of Ireland wjui not skin deo,p. He would
not dwell on his dofense. It would be
known some day. Prolonged cheering
and waving of hats. "I could not," he
said, "come amongst you and look yon in
the face tonight, unless I knew that there
was another side to the question, and that
you would be content to wait before de
ciding that unworthy as I am Cries of
"No", I am not too unworthy to walk
with you, even in the sight of the prom
ised land, which, please God, I will enter
with jou." Cries of "Parnell forever!"
Late tonight a strong party of Mr. Par
neH's opponents made a descent upon and
recaptured the offices of United Ireland.
The invaders destroyed all the "leaders,"
which had been prepared by Mr. Leamy,
who was installed as editor today by Par
nell, and turned all the matter they found
set up into the Are. They then took pos
session of the ledgers and other books and
documents belonging to the concern. All
this was done iu the name of "William
O'Brien. A strong posse from various la
bor organizations has been left as a garri
son, with instructions to remain on guard
day and night, and to resist by force any
further intrusion by Mr. Parnell and his
friends. It is suited that the suppressed
edition of the paper will appear tomorrow.
THE M'CARTHY MANIFESTO.
LONDON, Dec 10. The anti-Parnell
members of the Irish parliamentary party
have issued their promised manifeto to
the Irish people. In this they say: "Feel
ing bound to protect our country's cause
at whatever personal sacrifice, we found
ourselves under tho sad necessity of ter
minating Mr. ParneH's leadership. It
would have been easier to have left him
undisturbed, but such a course would
have left every man of us a traitor to his
country. Mr. Parnell, disregarding our
appeals to remember the country, evinced
an ill-judged determination to maintain
his untenable position, thus threatening
to plunge Ireland iuto a conflict which may
overwhelm her and cause her present fair
prospects to disappear forever. It is the
duty of Irishmen now, irrespective of all
considerations of feeling either for Mr.
Parnell or those differing from him. to
adopt a course that will tend to save Ire
laud from destruction."
After detailing various reasons for their
action, the signers of the manifesto add
that whatever judgement Ireland may
pass on the manifesto, her case hangs ou
tho issue, and the signers will abide by
that judgement, they being the nation's
servants. They set forth that Air. Par
neH's re-election was due to grat'tude for
past services, and his deposition to the fact
that if he continued as leader the struggle
might as well have been abandoned. The
manifesto continues: "The final question,
which rests with the Irish nation, is,
'Lose all for Parnell, or win all without
him.' Homo rule with Gladstone is safe."
There are forty-seven signatures attached
to the manifesto, headed oy that of Jusiin
A CHANGE OF BASE.
LONDON, Dec. 10. The war is now trans
ferred from parliament to Ireland, and the
leaders of both parties are in haste to hae
a word with their constituencies. Parnell
is as inflexible as evfr, and his supporters
say that not a step will be taken by him
towards any compromise or arrangement.
The proceedings in parliament on Monday,
when Timothy Healy endeavored to seizo
pAruell's seat, was viewed with disgust
by members of both the English political
purties, anil Jiealy is tho object oi much
adverse criticism on account of his aggres
sive manner and insulting tone towards
his former leader. The hearty applause
given Parnell by the crowd in the station
as he was tleaving London was a surprise
to the Healy men present, and did not
tend to Increase their spirits.
London, TDec. 10. Following is a sum
mary of Irish opinion, as expressed by
resolutions adopted by officials in organiza
tions up to date, for aud against .Parnell:
Boards of town commissioners For, 15;
Boards of poor law guardians For, IS;
Xationnl league branches and registra
tion societies For, 78; against, 72.
Trade uud labor societies For, 14;
Other organized bodies For,50; ngainst,5.
Public meetings For, 51; against, 25.
Money saved is money made. Remera
ber Salvation Oil, the great pain-cure
Why use all the herbs, stows, etc? Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup cures coughs aud
Ottawa, Kan., Dec. 10. Thomas Ter
rell, of Rantoul. Franklin county, com
mitted suicide last night by bhootiug him
self. W W.Smith, cashier, Parker, Kansas,
aud Cora F. Gill, of this city, were married
The Franklin county agricultural soci
ety elected officers for the ensuing year
last nightas follows: E. W. Hume, presi
dent; W. II. Moherman, vice-president, "W.
L. Delano, treasurer; E. M. Sheldon, sec
retary. Beecham's Pills cure sick headache.
A CONVENTION CALLED.
CONCOKDIA. Kan., Dec. 10. The Bepub
licau central committee of tho Thirty
second senatorial district met at Clyde to
day and selected December 23d as the date
of the convention and Clyde as tho place of
holding the same. The basis of represen
tation is fifteen delegates from each
couuty, Cloud and Republic. Tho special
election is held December "0th to elect a
senator to fill tho vacancy caused bv tho
death of Senator E. E. Sweanugin.
Halifax, X. S., Dec, 10. Last year Mar
shall F. Gillon obtained $40,000 from an
aged widow, of Needham, under false pre
tenses, and carao here with his wife. Yes
terday the detectives got on their track.
Gillon and wife disappeared. They were
found today in tho woods near Hibbcrd's
cave, in an unconscious condition. They
had taken laudanum. Gillon died this
afternoon, Mrs. Gillon may recover.
LIVE HOG RATES.
Chicago, Dec i0. At today's meeting
of the Western Freight association, the
Alton refused to withdraw its decision to
reduce rates on live hogs from tho Mis
souri rivor. and it was npriwl tr malm n
j rate of IS ceuts from Missouri river points
ou live aoua ana packing house products.
OIL WORKS BURNED.
SAN Fkancisco, Dec, 10. Shortly after
1 o'clock this morniug. tire broke out in
the linseed oil works of Kittle & Co., near
Third and King streets, this city, caused
by a vat of oil boiling over. Tho flames
could not be checked, and tho entiro es
tablishment, with all its contents, were
destroyed. Tho loss will probably reach
$200,000. Tho insurance is about $100,000.
Akkansvs Citt, Dec, 10. The informa
tion is given out today that the American
National bank, which failed vesterdav.
will not resume bnsine-. A bank inspec
tor and a United States marshal are ex
pected today, who will take charge of the
bank and wind up its business. Thore is
about $190,000 due tho depositors.
THE SIOUX INDIANS.
CniCAGO. Dec, 10. Indications at Gen.
Miles' headquarters tonight point to n
dramatic close of the Messiah craze
among the Indians of the northwest. A
military cordon now completely sur
rounds the ghot dancers. The climax
apparently will be the total disarming of
the redskins, enclosed like so many rats in
a trap. This is what the reporters were
led to believe tonicht.
THREE BOYS DROvVNED.
Vallet Falls, Pa., Dec 10. Three
boys, playing on the ice on the LVlawnn
river, in this city, broke through about fi
o'clock this evening and were drowned.
They were Fred Case, aged 16, Leslie Case,
aged 11, and Floyd Archer, aged S years.
The bodies of the two Case ooys were
found, and parties are still dragging the
river for little Floyd.
A BIG STRIKE.
Newark. N. j., Dec 10. The entire
force of Clark's thread mills in this city
and at Kearney wenton a strike this morn
ing. Over 3000 men and girls are ou
Tho strikers held a meeting and decided t
remain out until the discharged men wore
reinstated and a limit put on Superintend
ent Walmsley's power.
Witti Low Prices
Remember We Do Not Advertise Trash
ioo mens suits $10.00, cannot be duplicated for less than - $15.00
100 mens overcoats $5, cannot tie duplicated for less than - $ 8 00
100 mens overcoats $12, cannot be duplicated for less than $17.00
406 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kan.
KANSAS Citt, Mo.t Nov. 10. Burglars
blew open the safe in the postofficc at
Armourd'ile, Kan., last night, and stole
about $1,000 in money and stamps. There
is no clue to the thieves.
THE AMERICAN LEAGUE.
New York. Dec. 10. The executive
committeo of the Irish National league
cabled to Mr. Parnell today, congratu
lating him on his past set vices to the
party and urging him to retire now fioin
MERMAN, Miss , Dec 10. George Mar
tin, the murderer of William Crouch, was
executed in the jail yard today at 1:30 p.
m. His neck was broken by the falL
Tell me. O Time, the utmost of thine art.
Thy wondrous healing art that men so praise;
For vvlilcu qo feat too bard Is but to raise
The dead once mora and lost life relmpart.
lien say that thou canst ease th burdened heart.
And brinj new dower of liht to darksome
And new companionships to lonely ways.
New joys wht charm holds back the tears that
Hast thou no cup save cold Lethean draught,
Which blots the past vara I its virtues drain!
Give mo the wine of love that once I quaffed!
Tho' but in dream I'll drink it once again.
No comfort may I find In all thy craft
If death of lore alone can heal lure's pain.
New York Independent.
Changes In Small Anns.
In 1779 was published in AnTica the
volume of Baron Steuben's tactics, which
contains the manual of arms for our revo
lutionary army. Tho musket was then a
flintlock muzzle loader, with single ball or
ball and buckshot, effective at about 100
yards, with a recoil as dangerous to tho sol
dier as to the object aimed at. For firing
and loading the commands were, the ramv
ket being loaded and at shoulder, "Poise
firelock. Cock firelock. Take aim. Fire.'
"Half cock firelock. Handle cartridge;
prime, shut pan. charce with cartridge;
draw rammer; ram down cartridge; return
rammer; shoulder firelock."
Up to 16-10 we bad the same old flint lock,
smooth bore mnsKet, with paper cart
ridges, and loaded by twelve commands:
"Load; open pan: handle cartridge; tear
cartridge; prime: shut pan. cast about;
charge cartridge: draw ramrod, ram cart
ridge; return ramrod: shoulder arms."
About 1345 the percussion cap, previously
used by sportsmen, was adapted to the
smooth bore muzzle loader, and It wa
loaded in "ten times," or motions, grad
ually reduced to four motions, and finally
to one, "Losul at will."
Now, in 1SSK), every recruit Knows that
ho cau load hLs rifle and lire it from five to
twenty times a minute, thereby exhausting
his supply of sixty rounds in a few min
utes, whereas as late a our civil war forty
rounds in the cartridge box and twenty in
the haversack were a full allowance for a
day's fighting Gen. Sherman in North
The Influence of thw Crank.
The genuine crank is a boon to any com
munity Xctt Englnd. fawnR the nativo
home of American intellect, is the nnrsery
where the species is reared most success
fully. Let the thonchtlc ncoffers of so
ciety lauRh, the crank can afford neither
to notice nor to mind. He. at least, b in
earnest, and has sometime: besides Tain
words to brinpr forth when 'be talks. He
may be lite one of thoe diareeab!e nits
in the rond that shake ro-n up m pniafnllr,
or like the nettle that utinRR your hesitsV
trz F.nsery, but he never re-emblr tS in.
Lr" xtinet p-ara 'of dut blcsrn hither and
V'ltber alone the yray. or the trerablinc
j lade of enw that crows up only to be cut
doxa hy the scythe.
He may tick pins in your Inflated Tan-
T. he may look nt your diminishing pro
portions tbroucfa the small end of x pocket
eletcope; he raiiy prod you ncd peach you
vitbout regard for your Treaknewes or
veil veiled deformities, but he fa yonr ben
sfactor for all thst. He makes you uham
?d first, and then brings you out, force
o to rrovr. You uproot aad cast aride
the weeds thai nap the nourishment from
the soil of your wit, which, it it be a
Hfclthy plant, is u tfeat extent boncated J
And Honest VaIuesBLAN
Crushed tho .Nominee.
as nsout eight out or ten men one meets
nowadays aro up for the legislature, county
sheriff or somcthing.it ij not surprising that
a large proportion of these politicians are
of the self mado variety that could not de
liver an intelligible speech if they were to
be hung. The result is that the hard up
penny-a-liners are turning an honest penny
by supplying these tongue tied statesmen
with ready made -anipa.ign thunder. The
other night there was aa enthusiastic pri
mary meeting at Petaluma, during which
an aspirant for county clerk was intro
duced. The gentleirian laid a voluminously
written speech on the desk and started in.
He had only gotten as far as "Fellow cit
izens," when a hungry looking party in a
week-bcfore-last shirt, and whose whole
appearance denoted destitution and jour
nalism, stood up in the front row and
"How about that little amount?"
The orator coughed, colored, looked fix
edly at the gallery, and strove to continue.
"I say," continued the interrupter more
loudly, "you know what I told you cash
down or no sale."
"I'll I'll see you in the morning," gasped J
the mortinea politician.
"Morning don't go," replied the creditor
doggedly. "You can't play tho morning
dodge on me; I'm dead on to you fellows,
I am. Yon've got to put up or shut up.
Pungle out that $12 right here, or nary an
"I haven't got that amount with me,1
murmured the distinguished speaker,
fumbling in his clothes. "Just just sit
down, and I'll see you later."
"Later be blowed," growled the pencil
parer, and reaching up he transferred the
manuscript to his coit tail pocket and
walked out. The crushed nominee took a
back seat on the platform and wept like a
child, while the band filled in its time by
squelching out, "Listen to the Mocking
Bird," with variations. San Francisco
"With AVax Tearls.
After placing himself outside of a plate
of raw oysters in a down town restauran.
a hungry and seedy looking stranger arose
from the table where he had been eating
and walked over to the cashier's box. In
his hand he displayed two pearl like pel
lets somewhat smaller than an ordinary
"What are they?" inquired the cashier.
"Pearls," responded the stranger, "I
, found in one of your oysters. They are as
pare gems as I ever saw I ued to be a
lapidary and I ought to know. All they
need is polishing to make them worth a
good sum of money."
The cashier picked them from the palm
of the stranger's hand and made a critical
inspection. At first he was skeptical, but
finally succumbed to the stranger's de
scriptive powers and asked what he would
take for them.
"When nicely dres-d and finished oil
they are undoubtedly worth $10 each, but
I need money, and need it badly, and I am
willing to tell tLcm for 2. Of course
you'll have to pay to have 'em polished,
but it won't cost yoa much."
After a little haggling the sale was mad
and the min departed. After the cashier
finished his duties that afternoon he went
into the nearest jeweler's, where he
learned that the supposed pearls -wtrn
nothing but wax. Ncy York BccaJd.
The Dismlty of Clttxenthl;
The scboolma&ter should cease to assure
eTery tow headed boy who learns his letters
that he can reasonably expect to be presi
dent of this country. It is enough now to
awaken his Jtmbirioa to be a governor, and
perhaps it would be well to teach him to
curb bis aspirations to achieving success
before the civil service commission.
It is time to teach that thejinvate dtizen
is the true dienitary, aad that the true end
of the public servantshould be to discharge
ois duty faithfully rather than to make
every favor received from the people only
the occasion for another demand and a still
higher climb. So in an election it fenxs to
roe that -we should reflect well upon the
revolt of forgetting the weighty matters of
national fate which are really involved in
the controversies and erscnalisms which
AN the air. Senator Blair La New York
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Among tho legends of Ireland is ths
beautiful and suggestive myth th
islands of life and death. In a crta i
lake in Munster there were two islands.
Into the first death could never enter,
but age and sickness and the weariness
of life and the parorysms of fearful suffer
ing all were there known, and they did
their work till tho inhabitants, tired of
their immortality, learned to look upon
the opposite- inland a3 upon a haven of
repose. They launched their barks upon
the gloomj- waters; they touched its
shore and thev were at rest. This legend
represents with pathetic fidelity the ead
Erin of today, looking over to Atlantic
across the sea America, the haven of
repose, the shores of rest. Of the four
and one-half millions of Irish people now
left in Ireland it is safe to say CO per
cent, have an ambition some day to see
the land of the free and the home of Yan
kee Doodle. Cor. Lewiston Journal.
Texas One-Tenth the Country.
A great many people want to know
how large Texas is in area. They look
in quite a number of alleged statistical
abstracts and never find the same figures
in two of them. The official figures of
Texas area are 2.j2,C$H5 square miles
equal to about 8.D pr cent, of the entire
area of the United States and territories.
Texas is six times larger than New
York, seven times as large as Ohio, and
100,000 square inileg larger than all the
eastern aud middle states, including
Delaware and 3Iaryland. Compared
with the conntnes of Europe she has
34,000 square miles more than the Am
trian empire, 92,000 more than the Ger
man empire, and nearly 70,000 square
miles more than France. Texas Trade
A Valuable Dtz.
Bilkins Bothered by a piano next
door, eh? Well, I have a dog which al
ways howls when my wife plays the
piano howls so she has to stop, aad I'd
lt you have him if it wasn't for one
WilMns Is be cress?
Bilfctas 27o. I can't spare Km. New
Handy Ltap S"haJe.
If you have a common lamp on yonr
desk you can make a cheap shade for V. by
bendiiyj a piec of iriro half way aronod
the br& beneath the wick vctktt, ltxrion
the otasr ead long eccuh to bend trp
straight a Kttle der of the lobs; oa this
end fasten a piece oi pasteboard by res
nlng the wire throoh ttro holes in it, hx
xtitch. Cor. Writer
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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we have a complete line of blanks and books such as
are used by township officers.
Attorney's Pocket Dockets.
'The Lawyers' "Vade Mecum" can be ost la anyStata
and in any court. Toe most complete aad conven
ient pocicet docket ever published, with two Indexes
an alphabetical Index and a diary Index; shows at a
glance just wnat date a lawyer lias a caao in court;
keeps a complete record or the case. Handsomely
bound in flexible back, a convenient size to carry In
the pocket. Endorsed by attorneys everywhere.
Tka fatoiitug itrong endorsement Croat CpUln
John H. Ath. x-Judjre at iho th Judicial District
Cut of ladlAU. U wrlloj j followti
October as. 1KB.
It U tbo mot complete ad coocUe work of the
eort I here Tei xset with. 1 cannot o how tbi
lUmillo. practicing Uwer can do wltheat IU
Uaboald be entitled The Lawyer's Vade JJecum."
Truly and sincerely yours,
JOHJT H. A&U. AUorn-y at Law,
Price of docket $1.00. Bv mail postpaid to any ad'
dress upon receipt or SLOT. Addresa
R. P. MtJBDOCK, THE WICHITA EAGLE,
Business Manager. Wichita, Kansas.
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"We have a large number of appropriate cuts for um
in Premium Llst3 can get them out on shorter notice
than any other firm, t or school catalogue wo nave
neat type face3 for that especial work. Constitutions
and By-Laws for Lodges, jeulidlna fc Loan Associa
Sehool Records, Etc.
"We desire to call the attention of county fcruperinten
tendents, school district or j leers and teachem to our
line or school publications aa given below, pur chopl
recpxds and "books aro now oeinff used cxclulToiy In
rmit . mimhw rif rwinti'!- and aro wjoerlor to any
In the market: Classification Terra Baooni- accord of
Apportionment of State and County School Jninds,
Superintendent's Record of School Y4lx! &z
ilze). Record of Teach'saT Ability, (Pooket Blae), Rec
ord of Of riclal Acts, Annual Flnanjiai Escorts, An
bu1 Statistical Reports, School District Q erfc'a
Record, School Dl trlct Treasurer's Record, School
District Treasurer's Warrant Radiator, BchcklDistrlcc
Cierk's Order Book, School Teacher's Dally Betftetr,
8chool District Boundaries, Re ord Teachers Employ
ed, Receipts, Tuition lonnal Intitut Receipt,
Teacher's .Examination. Register ifonaal Institute
Orders on Treasure, Orders on ormaiLnaUttite yaod
Orders for Apportionment State School Fuiid, Order
Dividend State and county School Fund, orders oa
Fund from Sale of School Land. Monthly Report
School Distrl-t. Promotion Cards Dlstrkft School
Dlpiomas District Scnoofi, Pupils 2uathly Report.
Loan and Investment Companies.
Book3 and blanks. Our Loan Register U now i g
by loan companies generally.
The Daily Eagle.
Elzht pages Contains the day and night associated
pre33 dispatches in rail, and the l&terf market reports.
Sample copy rree.
The Weekly Eagle.
TMo-rit r&s&A Contains more sx&te and KenenU news
and eastern dispatches than any weekiy papar la ifc.
Southwest. Thf) latest market reports up to Um J-our
of going to press. Sample copy free.
Estimates promptly urniahed uio work of any kind. Addrstw.
B P. MUBDuCK Business Manager,
111 jl Loqalsvi jlT, Wichlu, rsruMa --'.'
beais for Notaries Public, corpora
tions, stock companies, lodges, etc
Orders filled promptly. Also stock
certificates for corporations and
stock companies, either printed oz
lithographed in elegant designs.
Wicnrt. JCn rk J6, ijm,
I hare la rvar Attero I'oehet Docket,
aad and It Terr coavtntent and well arraaxed tot
keeplnc a complete isemoraadaof each cae. JI li
Joatwhata lawat nee-ie la keeping a eoajp!u
recent of Ala werk.
Toort moet reapet irsllr,
yr. S. MOnniri. Covntr Attoraer.
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above eaackioe, extra rapplles, etc.
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