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M. M. MURDOCK & BROTHER, Proprietor!.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS.
G. K. Kceil takes charge or tbc Mulvaue
The street cars have been doing a land
office business of late-
It is estimated that there were over 3,000
strangers in the city yesterday.
There will be a festival at the Presbyte
rian church to-night at3Iu!vane.
Kcllogg's market reports are a great con
venience to our grasn and stock men.
The Grand Lodge of Knights of - Pythias
adjourned at about ten o'clock lsst night.
The Golden Cross division and Knight
Templars band, left forborne last evening.
The Wyandotte division did not reach
Wliichiu until yesterday evening, hence
their stay in our city was short.
As hcveral persons arc desirous ofjoining
tbc G. A. It., that organization will have a
special muster at an early day.
The Tancrcd division of Columbus did
not compete for the prize yesterday. The
Taucrcds must be after biir lisli.
A large number of ladies in carriages
were present in Kiversidc park yesterday
to witness the prize drill and hear the band
The Tremont dining room yesterday had
tbc appearance of military headquarters.
The tables were surrounded by gayly uni
Tbc Charlotte Thompson dramatic com
paiiy will appear at the opera bouse on the
evenings or May 29th and 30th, in Jane
Eyre and Camillc.
Photographer Rogers was on deck yester
day with Ills camera, and took several
photographs of the competing divisions of
Knights or Pythias as they appeared on the
During tbc K. P, exercises at the Park
yesterday, quite a number of ladies and
gentlemen took advantage of tbc occasion
afforded; and enjoyed a short row in Mr
(Jay's pleasure boats.
A rather slim audience greeted the Hyer
Meters at tbc rink last evening, which was
probably owing to the bad weather. The
cr.tcrtainincnt is quite well spoken of by
those who beard it.
The social ball which was to have taken
place at Goddard on the lCth iust., has been
postponed on account of the bad weather
till the 27th. Wichita people arc cordially
invited to attend.
Rev. T. W. Woodrow, (Universalis!) will
preach at Russell Hall Sunday, May 25th,
at 7:09 o'clock p. in". Subject, "Ry Their
Fruits Ye Shall Know Them." The pub
lic cordially invited.
Quito a number of business houses closed
their doors yesterday at 1 o'clock, and re
mained closed during the day, so as to al
low their employes to attend the band con
test and prize drill.
Charley Luting says Ws father writes him
from Pike county. III., that the prospect
for a corn crop in Illinois is not very prom
ising Ibis spring, and that some ol tbc far
mers are engaging their new crop of wheat
for 75 cunts per bushel. n
Hon. J, J. Uuck, ot Kmporia, has been
"secured to deliver the address at this place
on decoration day. This beautiful and
very impressive ceremony is now every
year in this city largely observcu.
Some days ago, II. W. Kcndlc embalmed
a-body and shipped it to Hookstown, Pa., a
dihiaucc of about 1,100 miles. It was eight
dns on the road, but reached its destina
tion in an excellent state of preservation.
Y. 15 Williams, U. S. deputy marshal,
passed through the city yesterday for Fort
Reno, where he goes to work up another
Oklahoma boom, and secure recruits for
another raid to the new but somewhat un
certain El Dorado.
Many of the visiting Knights are loud In
their praise of Wichita and the kind and
courteous treatment extended to them by
our citizens. We assure the Knights that
Wichita feels honored in entertaining such
distinguished guests and that a warm wel
come is always ready for the Sir Knights.
Messrs. llackcr and Jackson, of this city,
have been appointed general western agents
for tlio celebrated Franklin-Lehigh coal for
the State of Kansas, including Missouri
river points. The coal company, in a cir
i-ular directs the uera of their coal to ad
silrcss Messrs. llackcr A: Jackson, all ol
which is in favor of Wichita's wholesaling
Last Monday night at. the show a gentle
man occupied a reserved seat and a vacant
scat on cither side of him. Several gentle
men with ladies requested him to move so
as to let them hac seats, but he rcluscd
Hutch remarked: "Now there Ua sample of
the American hog. I don't blame ltlsmarck
for excluding liim- from Germany." Some
few people show the American hog in re
fusing to give way to tlio processions of
Knights on the sidewalks.
Our young artist friend Mr. R. E. Lauck
bas taken from his easel auothcr ol Ids
paintings. In many rc-pects it shows tbc
touches of the true artist. It is a sunset
scene in autumn, of rough ground, a still
lake of many indentures and dark shadows.
In the high foreground Is a scene of action
life, a grey hound at the moment of seiz
ing a deer in full flight over a steep em
bankment. Mr. Lauck's methods and com
binations of colors arc his own, he never
having attended an art school. His last
work is his best.
Yesterday afternoon as a man by the
name of Shall, living in Gypsuw township,
was driving north past the OoHdcotul ho
tel, his team became fright encdfbd nia off,
capsizing the wagon in which htyilMtlfc
and two daughters were sittinsT!
oldest daughter was thrown out. striking
the gronndquite forc'bly on the head and
shoulders, causing very painful brui-i'-Fortunately
the rest of the family escaped
niaterial injury, and the team was caught
before doing further Carnage.
TWO MANY TREES IN WICHITA.
There can be no question about the
beauty of shade trees in a town like ours,
but there is some doubt about their health
fulness. The trees arc now so large as to
completely break the wind, and the shade
is so dense as to prevent the evaporation of
tbc raintall. Hence, when malaria is prev
alent the winds cannot carry it away, and
the sun docs not get in to dispel it. That
means fever, chills, and all the ills that ac
company these diseases. Thiu out the
trees, good neighbor, let in the wind and
sun, and preserve the health of the people.
A PLEASANT TIME.
The visits to the Grand Lodgc'of K. of
P's, all speak in the highest terms or the
courteous treatment they have received at
tbc hands of the committee, one and all.
Col. Woodcock was untiring in his efforts,
and Capt. S. S. King and Cbas. Hattcn, as
well as many others were constantly on
the alert, while Sir Knight Frank Sher
man's was headquarters for all, and re
freshments and carriages were priceless,
because the boys could not pay for them.
- TAIL FEATHERS ANO FLOATING DOWN.
With Which a Local Reporter Flames the
Readers of the Eagle.
Howard Soule says the remarks o f Sir.
Osborn ol Butler county, ;in last week's
Eagle Down sent the farmers into the.
wheat fields to more closely examine tbc
growing wheat. He says the farmers
in the northwest part of this county have
no fears of the chintz bug this summer
that the wheat is late, but tbc weather is
unfavorable for the prosperity of tbc chintz
bug. I am satisfied that the prospect for
a full crop is better west of tbc Arkansas
river, than on the cast side. The land
west of the river being more sandy. The
cold weather that has prevailed this spring
has not retarded the growth of the young
wheat to the same extent as on the east
side The railroad iB reaching out for
Anthony, and it will not be many days un
til Anthony will be the terminus of an
important railway. When that is accom
plished tbc good people of that prosperous
city may grasp the bands of irrcprcsiblc
Judge Baync, aud say, "well done good
and faithful servant." Benny Bear is
starting in the drug business at Clearwater.
If that young city secures a Tew more busi
ness mcif asgood as Ben it will be all right.
. . .The sidewalks on Douglas Avenue are
twelve feet wide, but owing to the large
amount of merchandise displayed on
tbc north side, the pedestrians must all go
single file. There arc places where two
persons can scarcely pass. ...It. P. Ferrit)3
has one of the neatest little steam engines
in his place that I have seen. He also has
a complete engine lathe and is doing some
nice work ...Tho State of Kansas, in order
to keep her funds safe, takes it away from
Kansas banks and deposits in New York
banks. The New York banks speculate in
stocks and loose the money, aud Kansas is
left. For my part I cannot say that I am
sorry The street railway company have
bad some drivers on lately that do not seem
to take as much pleasure in beating the
poor mules as some heretofore employed.
Some people have yet to learn that the pa
tient mule relishes kind treatment, and that
when he is kindly treated he becomes more
attached to his master than tho horse ...
Mr. Woodford, in his temperance speech at
the rink last Sunday night, told an alarm
ing story of a bank in Illinois that issued
seven hundred dollars in new, crisp notes,
and it was all paid out to laboring men in
just forty-eight hours. Three hundred and
seventy-five dollars of that same money
was deposited by the saloon men. He con
veyed the idea that-thc money was all spent
for liquor. When Dill and Jake Echart
were running their saloons, they cashed
checks for nearly all the laboring men in the
cast cud of town on Saturday night, and do
not suppose one per cent, was spent for
liquors. If a man has a ten dollar bill on
Saturday night, and wants to pay his gro
cer 75 cents and the barber 75 cents and five
or six other men small amounts, ho wants
changc-for his ten dollars, The saloon
keeper will accommodate him if he has
that much change, and they generally have
more small change than any other busi
Mr. Woodford made such an impression
ou his audience, telling how the moderate
drinker went "over the bill to the poor
house.'' Hut when the meeting closed and
Mr. Hewitt told the six or seven hundred
people present that $175 must be raised to
pay the expenses of these meetiugs, the
solemn looking crowd did not come down
with cash enough to run a saloon ten
months. ..Gabc Carlton says he could of
fer some excuses for being in town on
show day, but he s:.id they would be so
tlimsey that nobody would believe them, so
he will not offer tlicin 'the show on
Monday was attended by an immense
crowd.. ..The people in this country do
not have enough of holidays, aud these
shows offerthe farmers the only chance for
amusements. 1$ is all right to go to the
show, I think.
Capt. R. M. Spivey, one of Newton's most
substantial citizens, came and talked with
us an hour to-day about Wichita's unprece
J. E. Shaw, the postmaster of Mulvanc,
was in tbc city yesterday.
Mr. EdtT.'ird Roll aud lady, of Hiattvillc,
Barton county, arc visiting in the citv.
G. W. Brown, editor of tho Cheney Jour
nal, gave us a call last evening. He says
the Daily Eagle .is the biggest enterprise
ever undertaken in Wichita.
Max J. Alwcns, of Iieloit, called at The
Eagle office last evening.
F. M. Gable, deputy warden of the state
penitentiary, gae us a pleasant call yes
terday. C.J. Sargent and T. II. Davis, or Smith
Center, were on the streets yesterday.
J. S. Harris, of Newton, was present yes
terday at the prize drill.
John Egan, leader of the K. T. band, was
among yesterday's callers.
T. 1). Hamilton, of Topcka, was in attend
ance at the meeting of the K.'s of P. He
was the guest of C. S. Treat, or this office.
C. E. Cox, ol Lincoln, Nebraska, gave us
a call yesterday. Ho is on his way to Wel
lington, where he contemplates getting np
a business directory of that city. About
two years ago Mr. Cox published a very
complete and valuable directory of this cjty,
and we have no doubt will do as well by
Wellington. He is a very pleasant gentle
man, and is thoroughly familiar with the
work he contemplate,-.
Wc arc pleased to say that Dr. II. Owen
who has been cry ill for sometime, is able
to be on the streets again.
Wc received a pleasant call last evening
from Mr. Frank L. Yeranc, business man
ager or the Charlotte Thompson theatre
company, who was in the city arranging
dates for the appearance of this celebrated
The cohl steel is going down rapidly in
the direction ol Kingman. Last evening
only nine miles ol gap was left between
Wichita and the metropolis or tbcNinncsJ
cab. Wc would like it if the new road
"would give the Kingman folks a free ride
on tli'- completion or the line which will so
clocly bind the two places in the future.
LtST NIGHTS BALL.
The ball given at the opera house last
evening in honor of the isiting Knights
who jet lingered in the city, was quite
largely attended, through the inclement
state of the weather had a tendency to
check the timid and keep them at
home. Tic room had been tastily and
quite elaborately decorated with appro
priate mottoes nnd emblems, which with
the handsome uniform of the Knights
tended to make the occasion one of much
attraction. Everyone seemed to cuter into
the reeling of good fellowship that pre
vailed, and right merrily did tho time pass
until quite a late hour, when the party
Where is that Cheat) Cash Stnm?
One door west ol' Citizens' Hank, on
nougias avcmic. l-tf
A gold watch charm. Design, a bunch of
shingles. Finder pleae leave at this office.
For a fine-ilavorcd aud delicious coflcc.
try Peckham & Heller's fresh roasted Gol
den Itio. s-it
25c per pound, at Fcckham & Heller's. 3-4t
Those desiring pleasant residence
lots in the north part of the city, will
do well to call on J. R. Turner before
purchasing elsewhere. 3-3t
Dye works. Hats and clothing a special
ty. Dresses clerned or dyed without rip
ping. 273 Main street. tf
Those intending to build ran pur
chase desirable lots at low prices aud
easy terms by calling ou J. It. Turner,
north Main street. 3-3t
O. G. Gaitbcr has disposed of his interest
in the Fort Scott coal yards. He v ill, how
evcr,"remain here and manage '.he business
of Popkess & Wakefield, the new firm, as
both of these gentlemen will reside Tor the
present at Foat Scott. It
"Wilcox & White organ is the only
''Best" orgau. G. N. Arbuckle, spec
ial Agent ; one door north of Whole
sales Grocery Company.
For a strong, rich coffee try our fresh
roasted peaberry. Peckham & 11 kllek.
25c per pound, at Peckham & Heller's. 3-4t
Grciffcnstcin's seventh addition is
booming. Chris. Pearco is the agent
for this property, and will show the
property at any time ; he has also
some desirable aero lots in Grciffen
steiu's southeast and northeast sub
division, which is selling at low prices
ami easy terms.
Great big fat mackcral, at
3-R Peckham & Hetler's.
You will be well repaid by calling
at the "Wichita Grocery" to-day, and
scciug the process of making hot bis
cuits without shortening. . 2-lt
New and pure maple sugar, at
3-lt Peckham & Hellers.
Go to the Cheap Cash Store. Doug
las avenue, one door west of Citizens'
Bank, loranobbv suit and low price,
l-tf "T. W. Coverdams.
Our coffee is kept in patent air-tight bins
and is always fresh and pure flavored.
3-4t; Peckham & Hkllek.
Hats, Caps and gents' furnishing
at the Star Clothinir J louse.
sign of the big star. l-tf
25c per pound alPcckbam & Heller's.
For Ice Cream, made from pure
cream, go to Kloos' Parlors, City
Bakery, Main street. 1-lw "
Wc sell teas ou a closer margin than any
c ne in the city. Try them.
3.4t PECKUAM &HEI.LEK.
For Ice Cream, made from pure
cream, go to Kloos' Parlors, City
Bakery, Main street. 1-lw"
Wc advertise no goods below or at cost,
but give a uniform low price on all. No
catch-penny tricks to catch and humbug
trade, but straight-forward legitimate bus
iness. Peckham & Hellek,
!Mt Main street Grocers.
Robert Jacks, proprietor of the Star
Clothing House, -is the pioneer cloth
ier of the Valley, l-tf
Remember, the only grorery bouse in the
city having a trade requiring three delivery
wagons to get goods promptly to thc'ir cus
tomers, is Peckham & Uelleu's
Men's and boys' Clothing lower than
the lowest at the Star Clothing House.
Mr. N. L. Peck has purchased the
interest of Mr. Brokaw in the Arkan
sas River Lumber Company, intends
to continue the business and desires
to meet old friends and customers.
New potatoes, first of the season, at
Pollock & Pcarcc's.
L am preparing a new list of lands
and city property for circulation and
wish to enlarge it as much as possible
Those desiring a cash purchaser would
do well to send a full description of
property, with price and terms. I
have daily calls from cash customers.
X. F. XlEDEltLAKDER,
Cor. Douglas and Emporia aves.,
dltw'2t Wichita, Kan.
Go to the Candy factory for
candy, and pure Ice Cream,
Wilcox & While organ is the best.
Wilcox & White organ is
7".ANTKI Buyers for 25 lots on Lawrence
t and Topeka avenues in blocks .land 4,
Ormc Philips' addition. These are the llnest
lots in Wichita for the price 5100 per lot.
3-tr II. V. KitlKN-i A Co.
WANTED Land buyers to know that we
are posted In prices and location of every
tract of laud that is Tor sale In Sedjrwick county.
"-If H. F. FltlEXD & Co.
SMITH & H AHN
Contractors & Builders.
Hard pine finish a specialty.
SHOP South End 4th Avenue.
Office Pallelt's Lumber Yard.
SOCK &c "WELLS.
UNION MEAT MARKET !
Fresh lake fish constantly ou hand. Fnmlly
onlcrs a specialty. i-if
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST 11LOCK WEST OK TREMONT HOUSE.
30 & 32 Douglas Ave., Wichita, Ka.
W. L. McBee,
.btracta or title compiled on short notice.
Fire, Lire anfl Toraaflo Insorance.
Represent seven of the bt Companies in the
Service by Publication.
Isabella McQueen, pUInilff,
William McQueen, defendant
The above-nnmetl defendant. William Mc
Queen, -will take notice that he lisj been turd I
by the above-named plaintiff1. Iabella McQueen, !
in the I)Utrict Court of Sedgwick, conntr. In
tbe State or Kn&, and unle.s he answer the
petition or said nlMntla against him. flled In
si J action in the office or the clerk of &!!
court, on or before tho 3d dyor July. ISsi, said ,
petition will be taken a true, and iudement
will be rendered In said action by said DUtrict .
Conrt atrlr.t said defendant mml fn fomrnf1
ald plaintiff, ittvorclng -.aid pUlnUfffrom Mid .
defendant, and grantinr to said plalnUff the !
ensty aad control or their child. William D. "
McQueen, and for an v further relief to which i
i'lsmuu may oe in eoutir entitled.
, . ISABELLA MCQUEEN.
Byt B. Jcwett, her attorney. tl-3-leTir
' BUNNELL & ROYS,
Fire and Life Insurance
.L'l-nij . T. k S. FJljilrni.! Ijh-N.
Money always on hand to Loan at
Lowci"t current rate-.
The oldest clabli-hetl I.-uI K-t.tte
firm in the ciiv.
OUK IXTltANCE AOEXCV.
Aetna, of Hartfurd S,1W,'VH
German American, of Xew York !,.'.,'.
Germania, of Xew York 2,7Jii,7-jy
Hartford.'of Hartford 4,Mi,io
Home, of Xew York 7,t"-,M."
Ins. Co. or North America, of I'liila.. 9,Cl,fti',
Liv., Lond., and Globe, of Lheriiool, 6,771 ,.
Phcenix, or Hartford 4.I35.M9
Underwriters, of Xcvr York S.KW.Tyt
The Equitable Life, of New York so.fmo.tmo
!Tj"Officc in Roys' block, upstairs, over Bank
COK. DOUOLAS AND LA WHENCE AVS
Standard Grades of Flour.
KVKKYTIMXC HOLD AT
GRAND CLOSING 01T SALE!
To lt.-irin June lft, nt
Miss. Alio1 Suits' Jliilintn Sdre,
X'orth of Woodman's Hank, went Hide of Main
Fresh hreal, jiif"5. rake, cainlie-i. eon
ft'ctimiai' , fruit-, etc
Goods delivered anywhere in the
64 MAIN STREET.
fc. EYE, EAR
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
E. "5T. XTJZSTSELTj, 3VdC. IX,
Proprietor and Surgeon in Charge,
.58 North Slain Street
I. S. Catarrh of the Xo-e, throat and Lulls'
cured by a mibl nnd new process. Wlllgi!'
rellerat mice, (aire:) iivrinnne
teed or tho case not undertaken
Douglas Arrnur, near Depot,
And Human Hair Goods,
Announces that Flic will not he under
sold by any establishment in the
city for the next two month!:,
either at whole-ale
Next Door South of Woodman's Bank.
Ficht & Drescher,
Carpenters & Builders.
J3 Opposite tMcrmm Orecerx, ntsrror
ur of ilnrkrl Mwt. " i-tf
Greiflfenstein's 7th Addition.
The Most Pwirarle Rcsiitnr Loli
1 1 th lf fir .& tu.l lanitu v f
built .!- tu-on. .ny on cociniiatine
duikiid -noaia wcure fjnic oj tot erorny at
one Trie ixjton.iblc. Terms ez r.
J. A. HOLLENBERGER,
Trcth extracted -olthoct pairs, rln? cr.t.l Cll
Injr a rciIir ArtiCeUt tth Irora $;tto
$50.00 a ttt. Denial rfKJm-- in Etdt' blt,
Ion?la.. avenrje"; Wlt-lilla, Kaaa.. ir-S-tr
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Architects and StrperiaUsndroU. OE ta 1
uoys- oiocc. m icnus, tv trains. ;-u
New York Store!
With our enlarged facilities for showing
rood, we are better prepared than ever
(o wait upou the multitude who patronize
M. KOTTN & CO.
19 Main St. M U N
Large lines of good have arrived this week, which will need to be dis
posed of in the next few weeks or it will be too late to sell them thi- season.
In order to dispose of them in that time we must put prireR on them that
will make thctn go rapidly.
Wc have decided to do it.
The surplus goods in every department will be included.
This is an opportunity which should be taken advantage of quickly.
Wc cordially invite all to come and niakc a tour of careful inspection.
Itwill bo lull of interest (o prudent buyers.
Wo cater to no particular chis, but welcome nil and provide for all, and
' OISTB DP."H;IOE TO .IjX.. -
19 Main St.: M U N
CHEAP CASH STORE-
An Immense large rtock of
Boots, Shoes and (Hothing
.lust opened out in the nice, new, light store room on Dough Avenue, one door wen
of Citizens' li.tnW.
BIG STOCK OF
MEN'S. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS
MAUKED OUT IN l'LAIN FIGUKES VAV DOWN
A.t Hard-Pan Prices.
A GOOD ALL "WOOL SUIT
Boots and Srioes
Will he fold at a.tocUhln low fi;rurr. Hesse call and tee toy tok fid price?, Ite
metnbr lite place, one door wel of Citizens liaok.
1& '- .
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S 0 N" S. 19 Main St.
S 0 If S. 19 Main St.
MADE SPLENDID FOR $7.50.
t. w. cqvERDALE. A
IEST-A-IBXjISIHIIEID 123" 1 8 7 61
ones & Ross
N. X. T. P. O.
' The Leading & Largest
Dry Goods Hoiise!
Of the Valley.
Nothing Succeeds Like Success!
Our Ortat Succtts u Gained by
Strictly Square . Dealing!
As Our Immense Business Will Testify.
No Blowing! No Blustering! No Bulldozing!
It Pays to Trade Under the Horseshoe !
Tltere is no Sujerstition about it. It brings Good Luck.
Gi Lifk f Get iMf (4 4 I Qi Lick tt Get Uwcrf Prim !
Com-litirH cannot compcto in quantity of-stock nor in low prices. There
is no iu-iion ato who lias tfso boat assortment. Everything th.it t lady
v:uiIk i fnmul nt lime & Itoaa'N.
BLACK SILKS COLORED SILKS SUMMER SILKS
Ftom A ".... At t "
75c. to $3.50. . 75c. to $2.50. All Prices.
Embroideries, Lacos, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Fans, Etc.
1,500- Parasols! P.iitujoIs! Parasols! -1,500
WHITE DRESS GOODS-D-a, Mull. Cord, India Linen, Etc.
L.i-ams At Orvwi.lies m Beautiful Designs.
V It Will Pny You to Examine Our MAMMOTH STOCK.
Our Dressmaking Dept.
mi rhiirtjr of Miulamc Chtunlicr.
NONH HIT FIKST-CLASS WORK PRODUCED!
CITY C.A.ItI?,IA.C3-E SHOP.
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing, Shoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
Sou tli Mnin stwl next to (hi,mi" Stable. l-tf
JollX V. MOFFETT,
Kansas Furniture House
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
(J'Cotno and cxnuilm our jjootln nntl irirc" befon; jiiirrlmitif( i:lo
w'lieru, nnd he ronvinrrd that wo iitcnn bu-Jnem.
This is Simply to Remind you that at
Lawrence's Drug Store
YOU CAN ALWAYS PROCURE
I'Ul.K DRUOS AND MEDICINES. FAINTS. OILS AND WINDOW
:iASS, ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOILET ARTICLES.
Pure Wines and Liquors which will be sold
in strict accordance with law.
Lawrence's Drug Store,
88 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas.
MAJOR BROS. & H0LLIDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
-W-HOXjESTJ-E JL2STJD bbtail.
133 DOTJOXAS AVEKTJE- OOOD9 DEX.TVZBZ& OV CHO&T VOTICK,
THE I.EAIMSO r.!I
5rTIIE ONLY FIRST-CLASS
X 51 1 feiglas ar c ne ,
am still in the ring. Come isd ft
and Douglas rcnue
m. M. FECHHEIMER.
N. X. T. P. Ot
II. F. IIAIITZKLI,.
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