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SUMA.VHV.p6, JUNE 8, 14.
TMfLMNE A BIRD.
A Nine CeliMR Daily E&le Too Hoch of
a Good Thing.
All ol our readers have undoubted
ly lieattl how the old Scotchman broke
his Voting coll. lie tohlahoy to go and
hide behind a Mump, and when the
foil ami rider should reach him to
jump suddenly out and say "boo'' to
lest the colt's nerve. Everything be
ing 111 readiness, the old man mounted
and rode for the stump. The boy ob
served instruction';, and the old man
found himself on hi back. Kubbing
his sore limbs, he evclaimed, "Ah,
Bobby, that were too big a boo for so
young a filly."
That a nine-column daily associate
dispatch paper 3b too big a boom for
a fourlccn-ycar-old town everybody
Will probably agree. That's our own
opinion. Such a thing is uuprcccdent-
til hi American journalism a borbcr
town with a nine-column daily. It
couldn't be kept up. The business
men of "Wichita are to blame and
nobody else. They have always
. treated us so. So iintch adver
tising rushed in yesterday as to
leave ns no room for dispatches, lo
cals, editorials or anything else,
aud wc were compelled to send out
this Sunday morning, a nine column
If those who think u crazy will ex
cuse ns wc w'ill put it back to a living
size by Tuesday morning, or at soon
j i m at jti.
- 1 IT, IC1.I "- t.4
iiuuiimiwcu urn 1 1
tjv peariy sneii ww id mj ub, t
I Hooped aud "..rbUvpoa tlie sand
My name, the ) ear, 'the Hy.
An onward from ttwpot-lymil,-.
A lingering looCbctunu 1 ci
A wae came roiling blgb ami fast
And waibcd my line away.
And (.0 mctbougbt 'twill shortly be
Ol all tbcre is on earth to me ;
A waeof dark oblivion'suea , f
Will iwcenacros the place, t i
Where I bac trod tbe jmndy nbore -Of
time, aud been to be no more
Of me, my, life, the name I bore.
To leatc no track or trace.
And holds the waters in bis banda,
And jet with him who connu the Band,
I know a lasting record stands
Inscribed against my name
Of all this mortal path bath wrought
Or ull this thinking t.oul hath thought.
From all these fleeting moments caught,
V or glory or for shame.
vcars ago John It.
I a ach was a boy of 12 years aud a
lave at Natchez, Miss. If any prophet
of that-day nad pointed to him as a
man who would preside over au audi
ence like that assembled in Chicago,
auiLslirrcil..thcm to enthusiasm with
his eloquent words, he would have in
deed been called a dreamer. Such
events mark the long stride in advance
Americans have taken.
WHAT HE HAS DONE.
ThislJIatnc of Maine, this man of
fame, who without blame, fear or
.shame, has all the same so steadily
came to head our ho-ts to victory, has
made a moro labting impression upon
the political nllairs of this nation than
any living man. I lis political career
began in 1858, when ho was elected a
member of the legislature of Maine.
He was re-elected iu 1860 and made
speaker. He was elected a member of
congress seven times.
He was three times chosen speaker
of the national house of representa
tives, serving iu that opacity from
March 4, 18C9, to March 4, 187.ri. He
received Hie nomination for the
speakership in the republican caucus
three times by acclamation, and honor
not enjoyed by auv candidate for the
speakership before or since, and he
iii'ver had a ruling rccrsed or ovcr
1 ulcd by the houso during the .six
eiirs he held that trying position.
lie was appointed senator July 8,187C,
to fill the vacancy cau-ed by the resig
nation of Lot M. Morrill to become
secretary of the treasury, and he
was elected senator January 16, 1877,
both for the long aud short terms, by
the uuauiuioiis vote of all the republi
cans iu the Maine legislature, both in
caucus nnil in their re-peclivo houses.
He was made secretary of state March
1, 1830, by President (larfield, and
held that ollicc until December 12,
1881. when he was succeeded by Sec
retary Freliughuysen. Mr. JSlaine's
public life began in January, 1858, it
closed temporarily at the end of 1881.
being a period of twenty-four years.
'l he nomination of Logan for the
vecond place on the ticket seemed to
cure every disappointment and satis
fy every ambition which might- have
been clouded by the failure of favor
ites for the llr-t place. No ticket ever
nominated within the lite of the pres
ent generation has met with the en
thusiastic endorsement of that nomi
nated day before j esterday at Chi
cago. "From Maine to California" it
is sure enough this time. The dis
patches fiom the l'acitic coast were
never so enthusiastic before, while in
every republican -tato the campaign
tires have already begun to burn.
It makes no kind" of difference who
the democrats may nonuuatc net
mouth bo far as the sure success of the
rapublican ticket is concerned. It is
even confidently announced that the
ticket as nominated will carry lour
southern states in spite of sh ot guns
and tissue ballots.
OUR STATE EXCHANGES.
A number of Kansas papers are
asking an exchange with the Daily
Kagi.i:. Wc must say that it is our
desire to scud tho Daily to all the
strictly Southwestern Kansas papers
to the papers that represent the
same material and commercial interests
that Ihe Kaoi.k aims to stand by.
I5ut to papers at a distance, which
'.have no interest in the section
drained and watered by the
Nile of America the Kaci.k would be
f Htiln iitterext. and as a daily con-1
tabling the hitest news, worthless. It
is in sorrow we say it, but it is the
truth that the Eami.k's editorials and
original hiatter arc neither so brilliant,
cute or profound as to render it a ne
cessity to editors whose paper arc
published hundreds of miles away
THE PLUMED KNIGHT.
Knpci-h of UnlirrtG. Inrersollinprctsnttn
the name or James G. Blaine for tbc pres
idential nomination at Cincinnati in June,
1870. f i fl v
Mr. ChairjuinfadioHnnd gentle
men: Massachusetts liiay'bc satisfied
with the lovalty of Benjamin II Bris-
tow; so am I; but if any man nominat
ed bv this convention einnot carry
the s'tatc of Massachusetts, I am not
satisfied with the loyalty of that state.
If the nominee of this conycution can
not carrv the grand old commonwealth
of Massachusetts by 75,000 majority, I
would advise tuciii to sell out' Fancuil
Hull as a democratic headquarters. I
would advise them to take from Bun
ker Hill that old monumcut of glory.
Tho republicans of the United State
demand as their leader iu the great
COUlCSl 01 loo, a mail ui iuii;m;i','''
a man of well known and approved
nolitical oninions.. They demand a
statesman; thev demand a reformer
after as well as before election. They
demand a politician in the highest,
broadest and best sense
A MAX OK SUPEUIS MOKAI, COUKAOK.
Thev demand a man acquainted
with public affairs, with the wants of
the people; with not only the require
ments of the hour, but with the de
mands of the future Applause.
They demand a mail broad enough
to comprehend the relations the gov
ernment to the other nations of the
earth. They demand a man well vers
ed in the nowcrs. duties and preroga
tives of eacli and every department of
this government. They demand a
man who .will sacredly preserve the
the financial honor of the United
States; one who knows enough to
know that the national debt must be
paid through the prosperity of this
pt-ople; one who knows enough to
know that all the financial theories in
the world cannot redeem a single dol
lar; one who kuows enough to know
that all the money must be made, not
bv law, but by labor; ouc who know s
enough to know that the people of the
United States have the industry to
make the money, aud the honor to pay
it over just as fast as they make it.
The republicans of the United States
demand a man who knows that pros,
peiity aud resumption, when thev
come, must come together ; that when
they come they will come hand in hand
through the golden harvest Helds ;
hand iu hand by the whirling spindles
and the turnim.' wheels ; hand in hand
past the open lurnaee doors ; hand iu
hand bv the chimneys tilled withVuger
fircs,greeted and grasped by the count
less sons of toil.
This moncv h:ts to be dujr out of the
earth. You cannot make it by passing
resolutions in a political convention.
The republicans of the United bla'es
want a man who knows that this gov
ernment should protect every cilien
at home and abroad ; who knows that
any government that will not defend
its'dcfciulcr, and protect its protect
ors, is- a disgrace to the map of the
world. They demand a man who be
lie cs in the eternal separation ami ii-
vorccmeut of church and school. 1 lie
demand a man whose political reputa
tion is as spotless as a star ; but they
do not demand that their candidate
shall have a certificate of moral charac
ter signed by a Confederate congress
That man who has
IN FUIX, HKAPEI) AXI K0UNKI
nil thou siilendid (nullifications, is the
nro-eiii. fraud and L'allant leader of
the republican party James U. Blaine.
Our couutrv, crowded with the vast
and man elous achievements of its lirst
century, asks for a man worthy of the
past, and prophetic of the future;
asks for a man who is the audacity ot
.'cuius; asks for a man who is the
graudest combination of heart, con
science and brain beneath her flag
such a man is dame (. Blaino. Ap
For the republican host, led by this
intrepid man, there can be no defeat.
This is a grand jcr.r a year tilled
with recollections of the revolution ;
filled with the proud aud tender mem
ories of the past ; with the sacred
legends of liberty a year in which
the sons of freedom will drink from
the fountain of enthusiasm; a year in
which the neonlo call for a man who
has preserved in congress what our
soldiers won upon the field ; a year in
which thev call for the man who has
torii from the throat of treason the
tongue of slander for the man who
has snatched the mask oft democracy
from tlicliidoous face of rebellion ; for
this llialNvvllo,, like an intellectual ath
lete, has stood in the arena of debate
aud challenged all comers, aud who is
still a total stranger to defeat. Ap
plause. Like an armed warrior,
i.ikk a imimi:i KXioirr.
James G.Blaine marched down the
halls of the American uongross aim
thnnr i.w sliiniii"- lance full and fair
against the brazen forehead of the de
fmncrs of his country and the malign-
ers of his honor, for tne rcpuoiicau
party to desert this gallant leader
now, is as though an army should de--crt
their general upon the field of
.Tamc G. Blaine is now and has been
for vears the bearer of the sacred
standard of tho republican party. I
call it sacred because no human being
can stand beneath its folds without
becoming and without remaining free.
Gentlemen of the convention, in the
name of the great republic, and the
onlv republic mat ever c-msicu m-iiu
The mos( ludicrous feature of the
presidential campaign, this year, will
be the runnimr of Ben Butler as au
anti-monopoly candidate by those who
object to the old parties on the ground
that they arc uudcr the control of na
bobs aud demagogues. It is noto
rious that Ben is himself as arrant a
demagogue as was ever born, and
made his millions just as other un
scrupulous men have done.
Fire and Life Insurance
If there is a free vote and honest
count allowed, Blaine & Logan will
carry Florida, North Carolina and
W. G. IIACKKIt. I. C. JACKSON
HACKER & JACKSON,
Whoh-ftalo and Itetall Dealers In
And all kinds of
Stone, Lime, Cement, and Hair.
Ft. Scott Flagging,
Grey & Blue Stone.
Office at Itit ltedbcalrs, No 7', Hous'las Ate,
Soutli Side, Near lH'lot. !-tf
AgtiU A. T. k S. MaHnd Lamk
Money always 011 baud to Lonu a)
Lowest current rate.
The oldest established Ueal retail
firm iu thecitv.
Contractors & Builders.
Hard pine finish a clslty.
SHOP South &id 4th Avenue,
Ofiec PaHt(tVLHf r Yari.
Kiileen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam &. Gas
I!,! FKInres. .SImiii Healing & VffiiPaliii a
SjpMullj. Esiiuufcs Fcnuslieil.
53" Mio nn Donslas avenue in Wit-hit's
ImlMing, Wichita, Kansas. VoitoiSer liox 113.
3. A. STEDMAN
Gerieral.Jnsu ranee Agent
Orer1;irnri'lrn!; lo're "
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
KiiMrare on Laurence Aenus, near Central
Aeuue. rost-Offlce Uux OB If
A BANKRUPT ACT.
A federal bankrupt law is needed in
this country ami was one of Uie things
expect cd at' the hands of the present
congress. The democratic majority
ostan opportunity of doing something
useful when they refn-cd. a few days
ago, to consider the Ilankrupt Bill,
which was certainly favored by a ma
jority of the people of the country. A
uniform law is needed, for inequality
IfP'- and injustice will dominate just to
tt.r w long as uie onty uaiiKrupi ieg-8ii-w .-
that of the scvcrAl states, and Ithe'state
i T a " .. b... a.iaa .! .
vMtWfi m many cases exempt m-a-i? -'
lag a debtor has. o that creili-
When Wm. Dudley endorse a
platform it is good. He has been long
in public'lllc is mcII informed, and has
always been with the advance guard
among friends of American institu
tions and American labor. He is a
'.t!hnal protectionist, bclieviug that
tho people of this country are able to
Jjccarcot themselves amiu-K
in do so. He lias been woriv-
field many years; has
fib- operation of our tariff
he understands tue iorcc
if protection. He imtorscs
liean platform of 1884.
m2 . - v
J, E. RICHMOND,
Wagon nad Carriage Maker.
IJOhS AM. ICISPs Of UKPA1KIKU.
Light Work n biwclalty.
V ith KlaiH Jt Cule. Market, street, fcoutli r
Doiiglna im-irne, Wichita, KanS-u. tr
F0K BOARD AND LODGING
J. H. Killion's Bestaurant,
On Water ctreet, line iloor north or DoiirIhj
Ateiine, In Uie Mi rner luillillug- tf
ODU IN3UE.VXCF. AGKXCY.
Aetna, of Hartford yi,Vr2,ntl
Ciemian American, of Xew York 4,OG.V..-i
Germania, or New York 2,7un,7)
llartrortl, or Hartrord 4.MI.2W
Home, of New York T.l.Gtt
Ins. Co. of North America, of Phila.. 9,07I,tt
IJv., Ionil., and Globe, of IJerjool, .,771,ir9
Phoenix, or Hartrord 4,m,OI9
Underwriters, of New York S.CUO.T'Jl
The Eqnltahle I-ife, orNew York .V),Ofl(),(ino
53-Officc In Roys' Mock, npstalrn, orer Hank
C(Jlt. DOCOI.AS AND LAWItFA'CB AVS
- E"Z"E, EAR,
Eyes, Nose, Threat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
E. "ST- MTJNSELL, 3VT. 3D.,
Proprietor and Surgeon in Charge,
68 North Main Street
P. 8. Catarrh or the Nose, throat and Kara
cured liy a mild and new ncw.-, Will git e
rellefat mice. Cures lierinanent aud suarin-
leed or the cue not undertaken.
Machine Shop !
NKAU IKON ltKIDGK.
R. McPARLAND, Propr.
'EXT O 1ST
Largest A&ency in tie Valley.
EVERYTlHNtr SUM) AT
GUAND CLOSING OUT SALB!
To lVgin .Inn l9t, at
liu. Alirc SbiV Mhm Slure,
North of AVooilman'a Kink, tvest ride or Main
Ali'tract of title comjdlnl on short notice.
Fire, Life anil Tornaflo Insurance.
Keptcni4 e-cn ef iho best Coaapaaie ut ihc
m:. ji nsro'WXjiisr
t A. W. OiaVEKlVlct-rrw't
M. VT. I.KVY. CahU r
WALKEB. At. Cashier.
WIH1T NATIONAL BANK,
V V? us ..i'
v WUCCClJSSOltS TO
4KJAMZKO IS 17. ---
A U OLIVKE, XL. V. 1.KVY. - T. TIJTTI.K
NIKIKRUNnKK, Ml Tl'lhKB, JOHN IAMlJ'X.
Cnmcr Douglas and La rence.
Kreh lircail, pio-, cake-, camlie', on-
(ooil- ilclivercil anywhere in the
64 MAIN STREET.
THIS SPACE BELONGS
GOLDEN RULE STORE!
(" vnlo olheis as ;ot nnulj he tloin' ;.')
Our blk, .'i'ii-.i-llu;: ii
CHEAP CASH STORE-
An iiiiiiuiip largu itoikor
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
Do a General Banking, Collecting k Brokerage Business.
Eastern inn! Foreign JZxcluuuii bought ami tM.
U. H. Homh, of all demmiiMlioiif, lionyltt am! sohl.
1-tf County, Townshiy utul Municiiil llomh taught.
n. roju: t:i. Jr.. rrcident.
JA I. UIMUAKll. Vlce-l'rWl.
I.. I'. KINNKB, Center,
UKO. K r.l,tiN, 't ihlr
Boots, Shoes and Clothing
.lint opened out In llie 11I1 c, nrv li;
or (Jitireiif llink.
;ht 'tiir room on Itam'lai Aenue, one door we-t
BIGf STOCK OF
MEN'S. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS
,mai:ki:i ih't in h.ai.v noui:rs v unffs
.At Hard-Pa ri Prices.
UEAD AND UEI'LECT!
A GOOD ALL WOOL SUIT MADE SPLENDID FOR $7.50.
Boots and Slioes
- Will in-sold at iMmiililiix low li-;miM- rioii- rail ami wi' mj toik and lituc. Ilr
im-infior tin ldai e, imil" dour et, ot Citlrens Hank.
YOl'U.- VEUY IMISI'KCTKUIJA',
T. W. COVERDALE.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, - - - - 52,000
J. P. ALLEN,
C5KO. E. S1WLTON,
.IAMIS L. LOMHAUD, '
.1.0 Mi: A UP, Jr..
h. 1). SKINNKK.
licceirc DetHnih. Mile Collections, Jluy ami Sell Etehwje. nml fr.nisf
net n Oenenil thinking IShsihcss.
COREESPO XJXriTS :
jp-illl" I'MOVTlIO . Wlllliim t X V NATIOVAI. Itl.N'K'Or AMM:HJL.jhlr
.1. 0. Oavhwom: I'i-o". . L. O vviimn. Wi-I'u". t- L.
The Davidson Loan Co,
pa m-ur capital.
Money Alvrayn on Hand to Loan on Improved Farms and City Property.
H-ll K Willi i:ill.KN UAMC, N.rlliwl I
Coriit-r Mnlit Mrrfl miwI Koimii ,,riui,
White Goods, Laces, Ribbons,
Kdi'ini's k Novelties,
Prices at Our Usual Reasonable Figures.
"5lii In Jiid (jet our liiipes l.t-r-in' ntti-ndliiK -ii:il nr an otlifr Rain. We mil int M-it In
iriivi, sluwjiiii pKHltiliwrliill. tin! Iriif Oif ndi.-t In Hit' .iililn
Real Estate Firm!
this earth ; in Iho name of all her ile
fuiulcr ami of all her supporters ; iu
the niuiie of all her soldiers living ; in
ii... 1...1111. nf .ill hor s-oldicrs dead upon
the Hold of battle, and in the name of
those t who perMicd in the skeleton
clutch of famine at Andcrsonvillc and
Libbv, whoe sutrerings he bo vividly
remembers, Illinois nominates for the
next president of this country that
prince of parliamentarians that lead
er of leaders .Tames G. Blaine.
On the first
votes for Blaine, 4 for
JIM OF MAINE.
ballot Kansas cat 12
Arthur, 1 for
Logan, nud 1 for JTnWlcy.. On thescc-
ona oanot n.nn:i v!i. i ii -, -for
Arthur, 2 for Logan.and 1 for Haw
ev. On the third ballot Kansas cast
15 foe Blaine, 2 for Logan, and 1 for
Hnwlev. On the fourth ballot Kan
sas cast 18, her full vote, for Jim of.
Tin-Emporia flcpubliem knows per
fectly' well that the Leavenworth
T)i!frlias not supported and is not
now supporting Col. Martin : that it
is not authorized to speak for, and has !
... a. -... ..
no motive in its vuuucaiions mkcciu "
injure him. As long as the Republi
can keeps up the pretense of believing
to the contrary, it has no particu
lar occasion to talk abont "humbug
gery." It is really a second-hand re
tailer of what it knows is mere malice.
Go U thrill lor UrKiilm. 'Iliey drir tlielr
own leanw, keep jomki nrriKe, " i-n
tin IriiruiM-rtyUiM'rliill, aim iiirj M"ii ii u
& Pay Taxes.
In olinrt. do 1 find lii (no
I Illinium") liUnl-
5j-Ollirr o;rr lUnlin A 1'inliei
Mure, JtslnStii-et, Wlolilts, Kihimm.
5G- Choice Lots! -56
In Turner's addition to the city.
Prices Low. TermB Easy.
Apply to J. K. Turner, or Jocelyn X Tliomat).
7th and 8th Additions
Tills it tlie most durable restdeniv property
In the city.
Prices Low. Terms Easy.
Grain and Produce Commission
Oiirani market mrt recire.l CTery fifteen
mlnntrs from IUS) A. M. to iutl r H. office
under CttUenj Itank. WiclilU. Kn--,. Desl
enlncraln and piolace invited to mite my
tbeir hfadqnartem. i-i-ii
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Hunting outfits rested on rasouUt terms.
COKNfcRTIRST&ilAIX. WICHITA. KANSAS.
Wi-LeeptlieJidiii Ktllj (Cmliester, V. A,1 '
LADIES' & MISSES FINE SHOES.
Klegant and ix-rfei t llttin. Ww are le agents Tor tin- elelirjted
"Ray State Shoe & Leather Company's Boots & Shoes.
IteiiiK will known .ill oer tlie lomiti, tliej need no ldii.en nn our part
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
We lire iu .iibe"-l.m or our -eoinl Mipply IIiIh hprliiK r rnllrrly-UMr1.-ilt.vul His I ' '"
will fl. lor Mill .1. i3rtiiii-lit. - -, '
A full line of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
e did n.it Imy our ?ols to leep on our lieej, l.nl inlead ! ell tlirm. Wedonol
wish toldou', lirnirorliunilii, li.it will continue liuiliieni In tlie roiHrrtntlrewiy in wlileli (
We proiule .ile trejtiiient, lnuie-l denlini, n. In llieie p trletly to Uie :,,l.lo Itnle
Nassauer & Hipsli,
122 Douglas Avenue, Wichita.
MAJOR BROS. & HOLLIDAY,
Staple and Fancy (Jrocorics.
vjszoXjESL j j Jsm retail.
133 DOUGLAS AVrNCIL'.
uoons di:i.iveui:d on shout notice.
(u:i:i;ri . i'r.'i.i.-nt
ii. ii i:i(,iiai:is
t lllS, i.-.' I'rif-idtt.
i:urK, S.-0 ninl 'I ret
. I .IllllSON
Bank of Commerce.
intit m iii
(ll.MI'IKt.n . II ll.i..)
Kcal Estate, Persona!, ami Cliattul. Scuritius.
Deposits, Timo and Demand, at Interest.
eerlninge: wnkeit ro1tulwni: negulfitt tiunu'eipal lmts.
mill I rinitei.i luinktint tit tin n riirc.
inl.ii Avi-ntn. ------ - WiW.tl.i, Iwiimi
m. ir."V '
fnt'iriioivldl lanvary II, 1SSI.)
NOS. 73 AND 75 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
Larimer & Slinson!
28 Main Strcot, Wicliitn. Kans?r
STAPLE & FANCF DRY GOODS!
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY1
LUMBER SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH
Manufacturer? of tlis cclcliraloil
MARBLEHEAD WHITE Li ME,
Niiioty-Moii jor cent. jnir Lime. Two b.irrols uilnai fur n llim- f
any otlier I.iine.
Ltmisville Cement, ICchigan Plaster and Hair, kra? en hand
H0LL0WELL & D0RAN
Arc to Hit front with Hie Laii-t.N'oal.M. XMle-t nm! ('!ip.i-rt liii if
HTA.IZJA.S &: TT2,lSri-5 H ITG- GOODS
I3T TSTE CITY-.
Vvemie. lU'hvii SmttliVaiiil Waliacp' linjlvint-iit llnn-!-.
Wichita Ciiy KoJlor Mills!
ICTAIIMSII:!! 1 71
MANUPACTURB THE CELEBRATED BRANDS.
IMPERIAL. ... - (Roller Patent.;
WHITE ROSE, - - (Extra Fancy.)
X. L. C. R. - - - - (Fancy.)
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No. 83, Dotiglna Avennft.
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WICHITA LAND AND LOAN COMPANY,
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MK AND C,:V UATKSr, Olfl'ALK J)Ai"n
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Kansas National Bank.
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Frooman & Peckliain,
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