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M. M. MUROOCK & BROTHER, Proprietor!.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
The following taWe gives the arrival and de
parture of train at A ichita.
ATCniSOX, TOPEKA & SANTA FE.
"Express. . .10:35 A. Ml
Ac-Preight 4:05 P.M.
.10:30 A. M
3:13 P. M
Wichita Kx.-J.OOP. M.
Kansas City Express
Express-.. 5.301. M.
Ac.Frcight 11:55 A.M.
. 5:30 1". M.
All others daily except Sunday.
ST. LOUIS & SAN FIIAXCISCO.
Mail train from St. Louis arrives at G.OO p. m.;
leateslbr the north at 0:05 p. m.; Mail train
leaves for the cast at 9:55 a. m.
WICHITA & WESTERN.
Accommodation leases the Union depot for
Cheney at 10:45 a. m. ; Freight depot at at 11:00
a. in. Returning, lea es Cheney at 3:10 p. m.,
arriving at Union depot at 5:00 making connec
tion for Kansas City with the regular passenger
from the south.
ST. LOUIS. FT. SCOTT & WICHITA.
Ac. Freight.. 7:10 a. m.
Ex. Mall. .0:25 p. m.
Freight 8:55 p. m.
Ex. & Mail 9:00 a. m.
Ac. Freight 9.00 p. m.
One week from yesterday is decora
The Wichita bottling works arc do
ing an extensive business this season.
Implement dealers arc now dispos-
ingofalargc amount of agricultural
L. P. Shcnvood is having a very
handsome dentist sign made for the
foot of his stairway.
Hon. T. B. Wall, of the legal firm of
Stanley & Wall, will deliver the ora
tion at Nickcrson on decoration day.
The cold rains of the past week have
greatly retarded the growth of young
corn, but with a few days of sunshine
it will be O. K.
These are lovely evenings for boat
ing parties, and the young ladies arc
wondering what has become of the
gallant young men of Wichita.
The ladies of the city will soon be
called upon to furnish flowers for dec
oration day, therefore this reminder,
so that they may be in readiness.
The skating rink was well patron
ized last evening. The proprietor,
Mr. Chambeis, evidently struck a
bonanza when he came to Wichita.
Mr. Frank Todd was making things
boom around the elevator yesterday.
The cause of unusual excitement at the
elevator was an unusual fine new baby
Our buyers a're paying lrom 31 to
33 per bushel for old corn, and it is
thought that fully one-fifth of last
year's crop is yet in the hands of the
The Wichita art gallery arc dealers
iu art picture frame-, whole
sale and retail, and will manufacture
for the trade art to order, at manu
Wichita ladies arc now iu all the
agonies of house-cleaning, and their
husbands ye gods cold hash, no but
tons, sour visages Verily, blessed is
ho that hath nothing, not even a best
Persons having soldier friends in
terred in Wichita cemetery, bhould
notify the proper committee of the G.
A. R. :it once, so that the grave of no
soldier will be overlooked on decora
Peter Bayne, who is in charge of the
track-Jaying squad on the St. Louis,
Fl. Scott & Wichita load, informs us
that the iron is laid one-half mile west
from the bridge, and that work is
progressing very nicely.
Our real estate agents arc doing a
good business this spring, and sales of
city prorcrty are very numerous.
Those on the "inside" expect a big
real estate boom and heavy advance
in prices before the season closes.
Would it not be a good idea for
those of our citizens who put up hand
some decorations when the Knights
were here, to take them down, and
not havo them blowing around in ev
ery wind, presenting a shabby appear
ance. All members of the G.A. It., wheth
er dressed in uniform or not, are re
quested to meet at post headquarters
and attend the Presbyterian church
Sunday at 10:30 a. in. Those having
uniforms arc urged to wear them. All
comrads arc especially invited to be at
the post at that hour.
Arthur H. Carpenter, of Valley Cen
ter, is the proud father of a fine young
lady who put in her appcaraucc Satur
day morning last, just in time for
breakfast. Father and young lady
doing as well as could be expected.
Hero's our C5T Pantograph.
There is a deep hole ncar(the side
walk that passes the rink, iu which a
"young mau fell the other evening,
coming very near reciving serious in
jury Tn8 llolc soulu" bc looked
after before some one gels, lost in it
and sues the city for finding them.
Mr. J. O. Davidson and wife who
havo been in Europe for two or three
month s,ar rived homo yesterday morn
ing. - Mrs. Davidson looks a little
worried from continuous travel, but
otherwise is pretty wclf. While Mr.
D. was looking after the business
which called him to Ixmdon, Mrs. D.
spent two or thres weeks on the Con-
tineut. Ouc of our lorce caiieii in ice
on Mr. u. yesteraay, out uiu not mm
Mr. Ray Oliver, a member of the
lumber firm of Oliver Bros., of this
city, and Miss Mat tic Lynch, of Wichi-
ta,wcrc married at the latter place on
Wednesday of last week. They took
the train immediately after the cere-
monv for Winfield, their permanent
mony ir Thousrh Mr Oli-
home in the future, iliougu Air. ui
vcr nas oecu wu6 "' " - " - i
time, ho has made many friends by
o-rrolleni. ffenial qualities. Miss Ly
excellent, genial qualities, jussiucii
wss one- of Wichita's fairest belles,
and Will bc a valuable acquisition to t
WiBficld society. W. Courier.
HOME FROM WICHITA.
Commonwealth: The Knights of
Pythias, who were at Wichita attend
ing the Gnuid Lodge, returned home
yesterday, and they report having had
an elegant good time. All arc loud in
their praise of the hospitality, accom
modation and entertainment extended
to them down there.
THE LAST NIGHT.
A large audience were again pres
ent at the opera house last evening to
witness the third and last presenta
tion of the Union Spy by ihc present
compiny. Tnc company have greatly
improved in their ievcral parts since
the first night, and the entertainment
last evening was of a character to
elicit frcqucnl aud well-merited ap
plause. Those who have labored so
zealously and hard to make the play a
success are to be congratulated on the
final outcome, as it has in all respects
proved an entire success. Wc arc
pleased to say that the gross receipts
overreached $600, which will leave
quite a handsome surplus on hand af
ter defraying expenses.
The inconsiderate person is often
given to finding fault or criticising the
acts of others, and no class of people
come in for a greater share of ungener
ous criticisms than do the city officials
the marshal aud his aids. It is as im
possible for a policeman to be in two
separate and distinct places at exactly
the same time as it is for a Wichita
belle to pass her rival without look
ing over her shoulder to sec how the
other is dressed. That the officers of
this city perform their duties faith
fully wc arc convinced, from the very
fact that there seems to be little
crookedness carried on here at the
present time. It is the universal re
mark of strangers, "Why, what a
peaceable city you have." Of course
there are some things that escape the
vigilant-eyed officer, but they arc the
exception aud not the rule.
For the benefit of our readers re
siding in adjacent towns, and not on
the line of the railroad, and who have
experienced much aunoyaucc in re
gard to express matter, we have taken
the trouble to interview the express
agent, and now give the public the
benefit of what wc learned. All ex
press matter for Kingman is shipped
by the way of Hutchison, connecting
at that point with the regular stage
line for Kingman. Express matter
arriving here for parties at Cheney,
Garden Plain aud Goddard, is held
here until ordered forwarded by the
person to whom it is consigned. It
is then sent out by wagon or other
conveyance as soon as possible.
There are now two express trains
reaching this city daily from the eiist
one leaving Kansas City at 10 a. in.
reaches hero at 9 p. in., the other
leave Kansas City at 10 p. m., and
arrives here at 10:30 a. m.
The recpnl heavy rains have sus
pended shovel and scraper work on
the west side of the Arkansas river,
tho cuts on cither side of the track
being full of water. The sand train,
however, is furnishing the necessary
material for the "dump,'' and report
that work on the west side will bu
completed to-day, and the boarding
train will cross over the river Mon
day, when work will commence iu
Wo are informed by the farmers
that the wheat crop is looking unusu
ally fine this spring, and bids fair for
a big yield. Corn, that has been in
jured some by the rain, will come out
all right iu a few days. Some of the
farmers have alrcadv begun cultivat
ing this cereal, and others will
commence next week. The general
outlook iu Sedgwick county has never
been more promising than at the
Mrs. Dell Blackburn will accept our
thanks for a large tureen full of line,
red ripe strawberries. Frank is away
from home, but notwithstanding his
absence Mrs. B. has their place just
cast of the city limits flourishing.
The strawberry bed alone is upwards
of an acre and very full bearing.
Those desiring this luscious fruit by
the quantity or otherwise, kuow
where they can be supplied.
Judge Bajnc came into the city last
night and had the appearance of one
who was nearly overdone with work.
He has been out on the Anthony line
all the week. He has now -ecuicd the
right-of-way for the Fort Scott road
to the Sumner county line. The grad
ing is done to the Cowskin, aud track
laying is progressing at about one mile
per day. Mr. Bayne -ays the town of
Clearwater 1 building up verv rapid
ly. Dr. D. It. B. Grcpulec has opened up
a very fine and complete drug store at
Clearwater. The doctor was the first
to build a business house at that point,
and the Eaoli: wishe- him that suc
cess which his enterprise merits. nc
is one of our oldest subscribers, hav
ing taken the Eagle from its lir.t
issue up to the present time.
Wc understand that the festival at
tho Mulvano Presbyterian church
Thursday evening was a very enjoya
ble allair, and netted the church a
Our young peopje should not forget j
tho social ball which will take place at
Goddard on the 27th. Good music j
will bc iu atteudauce, and a pleasant .
time is anticipated.
,, hc first
month that A. A. Glenn
wag pojice jmgC sometime iu the year
lg81j th(J rcceipt8 of ,i.c officc on jinc5j
c(c wcrc only jj.is Sinc2 that Ume)
' and for one mouth, they amounted to
upwards of $600.
j Tnc frout of n A Bcuson'g jc-ci
! ry storc ycsler,iay received a coat of
I f'egll pamtj and was nicely striped
j witn goU1 Thcrc is uolning jjke
kccnig at the head of the procession.
, : -
A regular meeting of the city couu-
wmetakc place Moudav even ug.
tor a nnc-tlatoreti Rnu uciicious coucc.
try Peekham & Hi-ller's rresh roasted Gol
den Hlo. S-4t
r0!isted peabcVry. pkckiiam & JIellek.
personal mention Ilackcr & Jackson have made ar-
Dr. E. G. (JrwnTcc, of Locauia, irangements with the Fort Scott Rag
Arkansas, brother of D. It. B.-GVcen- I Stone Co. to handle their lagging.
lcc,arnved in the citv a few davs Wc arc now prepared to give prices on
since, and in companvwiih his brother kin'ls r sidewalks and residence
, i. f...,- r:k..ii.. ..u ..r.
9 it. m : iiiit uniti.r. ;. is iitiiiiii i.iii i iil,i
day. The brothers had not seen each
other for nearly twenty years, aud of
course the meeting was a happy one.
The doctor thinks Kansas is one of
the finest countries h; ever saw. He
Will Visit with his brptbw until some
time in June.
Chas. J. Ross, a merchant of Ur
bana, Illinois, is in I he city visiting
with the family of George Uoss.
II. C. Wilson aud wife, of St. Louis, .
in company with M. L. Garver, Mr.
Wilson's agent at this place, went to
Kingman yesterday. Mr. W. .is,a
prominent capitalist, andi here look
ing after his moneyed interests.
W. II. Graves, of Lexington, III.,
was at the Douglas Avenue yesterday
A. P. Frantz, of Wellington ; Ja. A.
Hannurs and J. G. Bayue and wife, of
Anthouy, are stopping at the Tre
mont. Col. Temple goes from here to
Springfield, Mo., where he will manage
a company of amateurs who will pro
duce the Union Spy on Friday aud
Saturday evenings of next week.
Mr. Geo. T. Felts, who for some
time past has been teaching in the city
schools, left last evcuing'ior his home
in Indiaua. While here he made many
friends who will regret his going
Wc arc pleased to know that Mr. R.
H. White, who, recently came here
from Shelby viile, Ivy., on a prospect
ing tour, has bought properly and de
cided to locate iu Wichita.
County Clerk Ford went to the
Dr. C. C. Fnrlcy icturncd Thurs
day from Wyandotte, where he was
in attendance at a meeting of the
State Medical Association.
Ira Jay, Kcittshurg, 111.; Geo. C.
Clark, Burlington, Iowa ; E. C. Elliot.
Ivnlamazo, Mich. ; and J. W. 'Camp
bell, of Hutchinson,Kan., wen? among
thc"Sucsts "t the Occidental vester
day. Mr. Vealc, a brother oi James Vealc,
of this city, and who is said to bo a
very fine telegraph operator, is ex
pected to arrive here from Saratogo
in a few daj s.
Grand reception on the opening of
the Wichita Art Gallery on Monday,
May 26th. Come one, come all. 4-1
Great big tat mackeral, at
3-41 PKCKHAM & IlKTLSK'S.
The Wichita art gallery has re
ceived a lar.!0 invoico of goods this
week. Their looms will he open to.
the public ou Monday, May 26. II. D.
Stowc, a first-class artist from Louis
ville, Ky., wiH be hcrcon the first of
June. The public may lest assured
that they will receive first-class work
in every particular. Mr. Enos is a prac
tical pliotohrapher, having been for
years connected with the wholesale
moldings stock house, of II. is II.
Yatt,St Louis, Missouri. 2-1 1.
ami pine maple sugar, at
PECKIIAM tt llKLLEHS.
Wanted A lirst-c'.ass baker, with
good references. None others need
apply, at the Santa Fc Bakery. ."-lw
lieincmb:;!, the only gioci'O house in the
city liawnjj a trailo lcmiirin tin ec delivery
w.igons lo get goods, jiiuinptly to tlitir cils
tOHIClb, is I'P.CKUAM & llEI.LKIl'S
The partnership heretrforo existing
between Graver iV Ithodcsiu the groc
ery business, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent, Ithodes continuing
the business. All hills may be settled
at the old stand.
o-lt Ckavei: & Jtnopns.
We sell le.is on a e!ocr margin than aiiy
i ne in the city. Try them.
3.4t PECKUAM ii Hkller.
GicilloiMcin's seventh addition is
booming.' Chris. Pearcc is the agent
for t hi- property, and will show the
property at any time ; he has also
some dc-irablc acre lots in Grciflen
stein's southeast and northeast sub
division, which is selling at low prices
and eas" tonus.
Wc nihoiliic no goods below or at cost,
but gle a uniform low price, on all. No
catch-penny tricks to catch and humbug
ti.ulc. but straight-forward legitimate bus
iness. I'ECKII.IM & HEI.LKU,
:?-lt .Main slioet Grocer-.
Go to the Cheap Cash Stoic, Doug
las avenue, one door wet of Citicus
Hank, loranohbr suit and low price.
l-f T. W. Covi:riai.k.
25c per pound all'eckhatn .fc Heller'-. -it
Our coffee is kept in p.itcnt air-tight bin
and is altt.n- frc-U iml pure 11 iorcil.
:; it, I'kcmiam .v. IIei.li:i:.
Hats, Cap- and gents ftu nishiitir
goods at the Star Clothing ilou-e,
sign ol'the big st-ir. l-tf
Ije work- Ilat- ami clothinga special
ty. Dresses cleaned or dyed without np
iii!!:. 03 ituin street. tf
For Ice Cream, madf from pure
ritam, go to Kloos' Pallors. City
Bakery. Main street. 1-lw
2.'ic per pound, at l'eekham .fc Heller's. S-Jt i
For Ice Cream, made from pure
cream. ro to Klo-' Parlors. Citv
A gold watilt eharni. Design, a bunch of
shingles Finder pleje lea e at this otlie-e.
Uohrrt .lacks, proprietor of the
Cl-lhinjr lltui-f. i- the pioneer clot
ierofthe Vallev. 1-tf
2.'c per pounil, at I'cckbam & Heller's. 3-tt
anil bo Clotiiinr lower than
the lowest at the tar Clothing House.
Mr. 2C. L. .Peck lias purchased the
interest of Mr Brokaw in the Arkan
sas Uiver Lumber Company, intends
to continue the business and de-ire
to meet old friemU aud customers.
New polMocs. tlrsl. of Jhc season, at
Pollock it l'carcc's.
Go to the Candy factory
candy, ami juirc Ice Cream.
waiKS ill inu cn. .ah wum warrain-
cd to give satisfaction, in the gray or
blue stone. Hacker. & Jackson,
An intelligent Eastern lady desires
immediate employment; is a good
housekeeper, teacher and musician, or
would give her services to party going
west, in exchange for fare. Best ref
erences. Address Mrs. Phillips, Wichi
ta P. O. 6-2t
"Stop at the new Central Drug Store
oppsitethc postofiice, and try the new
varieties of perfumes. 5-lt
If you want a good fresh pie call at
the Santa Fc Bakery. 5-lt
Arrangements have been made for
fresh fruits of all kiuds to supply
Wichita and Sedgwick county, by
Fuller & Sou's, the oldest and most re
liable fruit house in the city. 4-2
Those intending to build can pur
chase desirable lots at low prices and
easy terms by calling oiu.T. It. Turner,
north Main street. 3-St
I have 240 acres of pasture, two and
one-half miles from the city, all well
fenced, plenty of good water. Cattle
pastured at 65 cents per month.
tf E. P. Ford.
When! is that Cheap Cash Store?
One door west of Citizens' Bank, on
Douglus avenue. 1-tf
Those desiring pleasant residence
lots in the north part of the city, will
do well to call on J. It. Turner before
purchasing elsewhere. 3-3t
Go to A. It. Gore for pure ice cream
and Peruvian beer the best in the
I desire to notify the public: that I
am prepared to dig or clean privy
vaults and cess pools on short notice.
Mail ordcis to A. B. Buruhain 4-8
Itcmemhcr that the only place in
Wichita where Looiuis & Allen's corn
can be found is at Fuller & Son's. 4-2
Just received. Durkcu's Salad Dress
ing at Fnlicr & Son's. 4-2
A choice lot of teas
from New York, aud is
cakes at Fuller & Son's.
going like Jiol
Eureko Springs Lumber Company
Has now a full supply of All Kiuds of
White Tine Lumber, iu great varictv,
vi.: Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Mould
ings, Finishing Lumber, Doors and
Windows ot all kinds and sizes, all of
which I oiler at Much Lower prices
thin ever 'old before in Wichita.
12t John Davis, Agent.
I have reccntlv received large addi
tions to in stock of Lumber, and
though I have all the trade I want.
I will still wait on all my friends who
want Good Lumber of any kind at
Living Trices. f d2t
John Davis. Agent.
Split Oak Posts. 3 cars on the track
to-day. I will keep the price steady
for a while at 12 cents from the car, or
12 1-2 from yai d. L-u go Posts- 8 feet
long, 20 cents. 4d2t
John Davis, Agent.
Outside shippers having Posts or
Lumber for salu Ou'The Track, may
find a purchaser by calling at Eureka
Spring- Lumber Yard, Wichitu.
1 12t John Davis, Agent.
The Photographer. Pictures in all Mares ai:I
style-. He also carries the finest assortment
ot picture frames in the city One him a
friendly tall ami examine shmplcs. l-2-tf
IT ou .to going lo liuy n Wntcli, Gun, PNtol,
Musical in " rt"""N. strument.
Diamond 1 U V I'ln, Sleoc
Rut to -,4 II JI(lnn',wtLh
Clinin. r,H A ifllii (ntt, any
tlilnjf.ItwIUK Ihv i i.iv you to
so and r EM PO-T. the
IMwnbrok- er, Tor If he
has auwliipf; von want ou can me monej by
huyinj; or hliii. Two doors et of 'lrrmont
I louse, uet to Nlederlnuder's land ofliee, 41
Xioglas uvcmie , Wichita, Kan-as. I-tf
IB. IKI. BBOWIT.
Douglas Avenue, - Wichita, Knii-a".
If-TOR BOARD AND LODGING
J. B. Klon's Restaurant,
On Water street, one door north of Douglas
Avenue, in the Werner bitililltij;- tf
J.j F. STAFFORD,
di:ai kr iv
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Iluntinf outfits rented on reasonable terms.
CORNER FIRSTS. MAIN". WICHI TA. KANSAS
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
Ke-iili-nM" on I.i renew Avemio, near Central
Avenue. I'ot-Ofi.cc llox CB. if
J. IS. IUCI-LMOND,
and Carriage Maker.
j I)OK ALL KIND OF I'.KI'AIIIIVG
'.Villi Klsm A. Oile Msrel 'trwt. i-inlh or
! l)ousli4attnn, W Irli ta, kn!t If
Smythe & Hahn,
Contractors & Builders.
Hani pine flui-h a yj.wialty.
SHOP South End 4th Avenue.
Affion Pd oll'c I neibcr ard. i
uuili m until uunitM
UNION MEAT I AH K El I'
. . . - W W M i
Frr-h aVt ilh conslAatl y on haa-1
onl?K a specialty
Druggists and Grocers.
first p.lock v, est of tkemont house.
New York Store !
With our enlarged facilities for showing
goods, we are hetter prepared than ever
to wait upon the multitude who patronize
M. KOHN & CO.
19 Main St. MUNSOITS. 19 Main St
Large lines of goods have arrived this week, which will need to bo dis
posed of in the next few weeks or it will bc too late to sell them this season.
In order to dispose of them in that time wc niiiHt put prices ou them that
will make them 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 make a tour of careful inspection.
It will bc (nil of interest to prudent buyers.
' Wc cater to no particular class, but welcome all ami provide for all, and
OlSnE P.RICE TO-AJLX.
19 Main St. MUNSOlfS. 19MainSt
cheap cash store-
Boots, Shoes and Clothing
Just opened out in the nice, new, light store room on OougU ATenue, one door wet
of Citizens Hank.
BIG STOCK OF
MEN'S. BOYS' AND
MAKKKD OUT IN I'l.AI.N"
At Hard-Pan Prices.
READ AND REFECT!
GOOD ALL WOOL SUIT
Boots and Shoes
Will he sold at wtonlohlng low figure. PIea cII od e mj Maek Mi price. Re
member the place, one door wet ot CitUeca Biolc.
YOURS VERY RESPECTFULLY,
T. W. COVERDALE.
1 . - u
FIGURES WAY DOWN
MADE SPLENDID FOB $7.50.1
EiSTBLISHIIEID I2ST- 1876?
N. X. T. P. O.
Hit Leading A Largest
Dry. Goods House!
Of the Valley.
Nothing Succeeds like Success!
Our Great Sucetss is Gained by
Strict Square Dealing!
As Our Immense Business Will Testify.
No Blowing! No Blustering! No Bulldozing!
It Pays to Trade Under the Horseshoe!
Tliere is no Superstition about it. It brings Gool Luck.
4 Lick to Get Imc Gttis ! Gm4 Lick to Get Lff est Priec !
Competitors cannot compete in quantity of stock nor in low price. There
is no question as to who lias tho best a-!ortment. Everything that a lady
wants i9 found at Innes & Koss'-i.
BLACK SILKS COLORED SILKS SUMMER SILKS
From From At
75c. to $3.50. 75c. to $2.50. All Prices.
Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery,
1,500- Parasols! Parasols! Parasols I -1,500
Ueaut(ful Good at a Jtargain.
WHITE DRESS GOODS-Decca, Mull, Cord, India Linen, Etc.
Lawns & Organdies in Beautiful Designs. ',-
(- It Will Pay Tou to Examine Our MAMMOTH 8TOOK.
Our Dressmaking Dept.
Is in charge of
NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS WORK PRODUCED1.
CIT Y 0-A.KiieiI A.C3-E SHOP.
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing-, Shoeing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
Sonth Malu Street, n-xt to Cooper' fetabln
JOHN V. MOFFETT,
Kansas Furniture House
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
1 5Comc and cxntninc our ,'ood and jiriecu before pnn.-linln !-
' . where, and be convinced that wo menu btutncn.
This is Simply to Remind you that at
Lawrence's Drug Store !
YOU CAN ALWAYS PROCURE
PURE DRUGS AM) MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS AND WINDOW
GLASS, ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOILET ARTICLES.
Pure Wines and Liquors which will be sold
in strict accordance with law.
. gg )0Ugias Avenue,
j MAJOR BROS.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
j iaa douoxjls Avrjrtrjc
j THE BRUNSWICK.
T1IB IJLWISG Ml
gTIIE ONLY FIRST-CLASS
K SI! iMfbf ftfeait,
i CLOTHING HOUSE!
I am ti In the rijj, Cora and oe tne at t!w M tr!,cornr of iUrxtt
bd DouKla aeaue
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
N. X. T. P.-Or
Gioves, Ribbons, Fans, Etc.
II. I. HARTKM.
D i Qg Sto ie,
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