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M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
SUNDAY MOUSING, JUNE 15, J8S4.
JAMES C. BLAINE.
JOHN A. LOGAN.
For Congress. .SAMUEL K. I'KTKUS
AN AMENDED CALL.
To the ISrjiublicen rotors oj ScigtrirL county:
The clmlrmnn of tlio Republican central com
ullirit hat Ins i.-sucd n call Torn count jr conven
tion, for ilieimirosflor electing tfelesaterfto tlio
Mate convention, on Hie Eecouil day or July,
ItWI, and Imvinsc UieU tlie 2-tli day of June ae
llieUayfbr holdliiK jirimaries Tor the imrjwse
or electing delegates to buch convention, we,
tlie Uejiubllcau rentral committee for the S51
senatorial district, bcliiR ch-slrous that there
lie no clas-li or dUjmte touchiuc the election of
delegate, and that the Itejiuhlican voters of
hedgwlck countvhei.ut tons little Inconven
ience, a jiotsibl'e do hereby mtJlf the call
made by this committer as follows:
The time and jilace for holding dlotrlct-delc-jrale
conventions in Eedprwick county will re
main aa herctolore designated and fli.d.
Tlie (.eDBtorial com cntlon will be comjoed
of dclefrationa as heretofore iiroUdcd.
The time of hoMlnR the primaries Tor tliepur
jKiseof electiiiR delegates to the district con
tentions in the county of Sedgwick is hereby
changdtothelh day of June, at the jilnce
and hour named by the chairman of the county
central committee for electing delegates to the
county com tntlon At such time the Kfmbll
can v otcrs of x-dgwick county, in addition to
the election of delegates to the county conven
tion, will elect delegate, according to the ap
portionment htrctoforc made, to the district
conventions to be held according to the call of
this committee heretofore jmldlalied.
T. It. WALL, t.lndrmau.
i Y. MYKUS, Sccretsry.
Tl is reported that Mr. Ilhiiuc will
vif.it New York on the CGtli to meet
the national republican committee,
which will acnible there on that day
to perfect its organization.
Governor Cleveland has lof-t his
popularitv in New York. 1J. 1'. Flow
er, who "i a fourth rate politician, is
jctlinj,' two delegates to Cleveland's
one to the state convention.
It will be remembered that Harper's
Weekly refiir-cd to support Abraham
Lincoln for president in 1800. It now
refuses to support Maine and Logan.
It has gone back to its wallow.
The Irish a well a the Germans of
Cincinnati are enthusiastic for Maine
and Logan. Irih-Anicrican clubs arc
being organized in the Fourth, Fifth,
Sixth, Kighth, Sixteenth, Nineteenth,
Twentieth and Twentv-fi rot wards of
that citv. The Germans have held
a great ratification meeting, and a
general ratification, participated in by
all nationalities was held laM night.
Hon. lJnor L. Storrs, of Chicago,
was one of the leading 'pcakcrs of the
A NEW CALL.
Elsewhere will be found a new call
from the senatorial committee, so far
as Sedgwick county is concerned, the
central committee of Kingman county
having already acceded to former call
This call is modified in the interest of
harmony, and made to conform to the
call of the Sedgwick county republi
can central committee. We unecrely
hope that no further grounds of com
plaint may arise and that the new ar
rangement ma be met in the same
spirit in which it is issued.
Mr. Tilden refused to give any ex
pressions as to his candidacy this fall
until alter the
have been made
at Chicago. It w.f-
an open secret
that hi action dc-
upon the rc.-iiit ol
that convention, he having made up
his mind not to allow the tio of his
name unless the republican ticKci
should be such a fo make it possible
for him to not only carry New Yoik,
but Connecticut or Indiana. His re
fusal to run simply shows that he be
lieves there is no hope for the demo
cratic party, and he is no doubt .or
reet in Iih conclusions.
ST. JOHN'S ACTION.
The Kaunas City Journal has in its
yesterday's edition latest news from
SI..I0I111, which is to the etlcct that he
has gonowith the other dudes. Ho
says that bis position i leported cor
icctly and that he will not support the
national republican ticket.
The Eaoli: said some four months
ago that unless St. John and hi
measures were in ome way recog
nized by the National republican con
vention, he would make it an excuse
for going before the Pittsburg con
vention for the nomination for the
presidency. We may have been mis
taken, but let us wait and sec. The
men who have served with St. John
in public life know him bettor than do
Sol. Miller, the venerable editor of
the Kansas Chief, who has for ten
or a dozen years advocated the nomi
nation of James G. Maine, whs well
nigh carried oil" his feet when the mat
ter was finally adjusted to his satisfac
tion. They say Blaine and Sol. re
semble each other. Come to think of
it. wo guess they do somewhat. How
ever, Sol. is one of your moral and
political reformers, a kind of a ISoston
Independent dude when it comes to
standing In the men and factors of the
old machine, sti.to or national, but this
nomination ol the great commoner
unset all his assumed dignitx. Tho
Chief appears this week illuminated
with sixteen eagles, twelve llags. three
gun, two soldiers, a shipand a picture
of Maine hiinselt.
THE KANSAS VOTES AT CHICAGO.
Speaking of the vote of the Kansas
delegation at Chicago the Troy Chief,
whose editor was on the ground, ha-
this fo sa
ince the result of the
.. . .. ,. . .,
convention is so satisfactory, the peo-tj
pie of Kansas should not be too hard
on the delegates who voted against
Maine at tho stat f. The matter was
understood at Chicago, but we appre
ciate the fact that the people at home,
who have only the record of the vote
fo refer to, will not bo easily suiisficd.
Some of the delegates felt under
obligations to vote for Ar
thur, if there could he any
trongcr obligation than tho wishes of
thoso who elected them,) while several '
others had personal presences, that ? -'" , r ..art,,,
they felt like indulging for one or two 0iily watched the papers, brought all
ballots, ill the absence of positive in-(papers to us with compliinentars 110
structions. The Blaine men thought t'co of Martin and is alwavs rcadv to
ifthev wished so to vote it would be I I,1CC "'J'1 rf"tc ,'"'-'' '"rogatory " ro
.,,,, , ,, 1 . ' mark about his old commander. He
better to do ,0 at the beginning, so , Jias not Ilie, 3Iarl!n tiaee ,he an,
that they would help to increase Blain'c it is doubtful if John A. eer heard of
vote by coming overat tho subsequent t
role by coming over at tlie Mtbscqucut
ballots. Wliat the Itlaine managers
.. , , i .
particularly hired was to have no
(louuutu votes ai the
Thev wanted no falling oil
ward but a steady increase on each
succeeding ballot. It was uuder.tool
among the Kaii-as delegation, that
those who did not vote for Maine on
the first ballot, should come over, one
or two at a time, on subsequent bal
lot". They all gave assurance that
their voles should not be lacking
whenever they were necessary to
nominate Maine. It is hard to Hay
what would have been the result had
these men held a sufficient balance of
power to have nominated Arthur."
KANSAS STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL
The Kansas Sunday school workers
hold their annual convention this year
at Newton, beginning the 18th and
closing the 20th.
Two distinguished members of the
famous Chatauqua faculty have been
secured, viz: Uev. JB. Hurlburt and
and, normal class leader, and Itev. J.
S. Ostrandcr, orientalist.
A full atendance is desired and ex
pected. The programme is a long and
very interesting one. The music will
bo under the leadership ol Prof. Pratt.
This is the nineteenth auuual conven
tion, and Prof. Haskell expect a
grand and profitable time.
The city, through its Sunday school
workcrd, sends a cordial greeting to
all Sunday school workers in the
state, and will accord thein a generous
welcome. Those who expect to at
tend will please forward their names
in advanco to E. II. lloag, Newton,
chairman of the committee on enter
tainment, in order that arrangements
maybe completed as far as possible
before the convention meets. Dele
gates on arriving will report at the
Music Hall, corner of Uroadway and
Main streets, two blocks north of the
depot, where they will be enrolled
and assigned home?.
The Walnut Valley Times is inclined
io Hop over and out of its own baili
wick. It denounces Hon. It. L. Walk
er, of this city, delegate to the Nation
al convention, for voting for Arthur.
In the first place Mr. Walker was a
delegate from the Seventh district and
not from the Fourth, and he is in no
way, politically or otherwise, ac
countable to the people of the Fourth
district. In the next place Mr.
Walker, although personally an Ar
thur man, voted firt, last and all ihe
time for Maine in deference to whulhe
thought the sentiment of the republi
cans of this di-lrict to be. Furthc
inorc tho Times is informed that Mr.
Walker made and headed the move
which carried fourteen Kuit!as dele
gates to the Maine headquarters,
pledging their votes before a single
ballot had been taken.
The editor of the Times is invited
to kick f-omewhcie c!-o if he thinks
he can -afeIy do so and without kick
ing oil I isollicial head.
Web Wilder in Hiawatha World:
Kcpublicans are tired of "dark hoi se.s'
and negative men who have no record.
Their candidates this yciir are men
who have lived and "moved before
the people a quarter of a century.
Every act of theirs is known, their
.strength is known, and also ilieir f.iil
iiij. Few public men have
been through so many trials anil
averaged as well as Blaine and Loau.
Maine and Illinois have stood by these
men from their early manhood." Both
have been repcadedly elected to con
gress : both have served in the senate,
where General Logan is still an actio
and able member. Logan was a lieu
tenant in tho Mexican war, ami a colo
nel and a general in the last
war. No general from civil life made
a greater reputation.
Maine was fourteen yeais in the
House and six years its speaker. For
United Slates" Senator he had the
unanimous vote of the republican in
the Maine legislature. This plate he
resigned to take the position of
state under President (.Jar
field. This last position he held
during the life of Garfield, resigning
December 12, 1831. Since that time
he has heen writing a history that is
exually commended by friend and foe
as one Of the few really great Ameri
can hooks. His profits out of this
book will exceed a million dollars,
perhaps two million, every dollar
worthily earned by a great and vig
oaousbrniu. Tho history of Blaine and Logan
since 18G0 is largely the history of
their country, of Hie Union cause, in
civil life and on the battle field. Those
who road at all know it. If you con
tinue to read vou will le.trn more and
more of these two men. No newspa
papcr can bum up tho career of cither
111 one issue or in twenty. Their
history will continue through everv
number of every paper throughout
tlie campaign anil through the neM
presidential term. This summer and
autumn the biography business will
bo very-lively in all the paper-, also
ine cartoon, caricature, and inc
line iMisiuess. ion will be able tobuv
anything you want in this line. But
w hen the democrats are especially se
vere on our candidates anil vou want
to know what the truth i, it u ill be
well enough to remember that Illinois
and Maine are proud states and
that when they send men to Con
gress a quarter of a century apieie
the men must be sound, able and
true. If vou want to investigate
farther you will find everv word of
Blame and Logan, while in congrcs-,
roporied and published in Ihe Con
gressional Jfecord. You will find
I speeches that j 011 disagree with, but
I nothing that you are ashamed of.
; lSlaiue began lite as a school teacher
and editor.and he learned to speak and
write rctnarHnbiy well, l.oganhad very
little chance in the way ofeducaion
md the chief thing vou will hear said
against hint during this campaign will
be that he is ignorant of grammar.
This is true. It ought to make him
very popular, tor I hero is no book
studied in our public schools of which
the American people are s, universal
ly and totally ignorant. Black
Mack stands with Andrew Jack
son and the irc.it mass of
You 4nnol find a re
public without viitue and courage, but
'" MV '.e grammar ami no-
uouv win cei jiuss 11. jin 1 11c minus
our ,,rcat and grand and t'eriect
iiign -cnooi agree in sajmg "nave
saw." and 'Iladvci.t.''" And they
will vote for Blaine and Logan. The
"Plumed Kuighis." and "I Seciis"
have got a soft thing this ear.
AN OLD DEMOCRAT SOLDIER SPEAKS.
I The foreman of this ofiice is au old
soldier and a democrat, and ha never
taken any interest in republican pol
itics, but ho was nlo a private soldier
under tho command of John A. Mr-
V"' :u"1 si,lcc 1,e "V ic Herald
(niin,jei torn reply to tin- is "l-crv-
yV"I',cr Io.1' A--Marlil le war,
I uon t care if ho is a rctmlilican. he i-
Pood enough for me. I would vote for
htni,yet loin reply to this js "I trv
him for governor if niv own father
nin against him.'' That "is the kind of
j. support Martin will get from hi own
command, it is possible to pav a
higher complinieut than this? Staf
It is a nolicable fact that the alleged
republican papers and pretended re
publicans who oppose Maine, include
the same journals and persons engag
ed in opposing and defaming Gen.
Grant in 1872. Yet Grant's victory,
that year, was overwhelming, surpas
sing any tho republican parly ever
won. The mugwumps and dudes of
the parly will, before very long, find
out that the people do not follow
them. The people believe in Blaine,
and are going to follow him. Cham
pion. HarperTimes : The Wichita Daily
Eacilh reaches Harper about six hours
after publication and as it is in even'
way a lirst-class'ucwepapcr it is likely
to reduce the Kansas City and Topaka
W. G. IIACKKK. L. C. JACKSOX
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Itetall Dealers in
And all Unds of
Stone, Lime, Cement, and Hair.
Ft. Scott Flagging,
Grey & Blue Stone.
Ofiiccat His Hcil Scales, No. TO, Douglas f.,
South Side, Near Deiot. 1-tf
FOR B01KD AND LODGING
J. H. Hon's Restaurant,
On Water street, one iloor north of Douglas
Aenue. in tho Werner lmllilliig- tf
THIS SPACE BELONGS
Real Ksialo Finn!
(in to them Tor bargain. 'I hey lrUe their
own tcarn, Keeji jtimi.1 cHiiluxerf, Mini hlmw
their HOertj i-heerfiillj, (iml lliey tell it too
Si Pay Tases
lu fehort, lo a first cl.i- (no nirlistiine) IiimI-
J3 Ollim cur IIhiiIIii .1 FMiit'b ho ik
utiire, .Main felivel, Wli lillaKanvis. H'.-Iiii
50- Choice Lots! -50
In Turner'.- addition to tlie city.
Prices Low. TermB Easy.
AlH'ly to J It Turner, or .Ioeel)n &Thoma.
7 tli and Sili Additions
Thin is the most ileslrahle res!ileii jirorwrtv
in the city
Prices Low. Terms Easy.
Gram and Produce Commission
(.hirjiFii market reijtlJi releicil ererj fifteen
minute rnmi 0 ,i(i am tn J sa r m Ollieo
under Citizen Hank. Wichita. Ksn. Deal
(n in grraln ami (iimlucc invltnl (o nuVeniv
oHne their heaihiuartern. il-S-tf'
BOOT & SHOE MAKER
J3 Tiro J)aor 77.lt of Trrmotit Haute.
Orders Promptly Attended to on
It'Iniriii c:itl)' A: Cheaply Uunr.
Wichita, - - Kansas
Branch Yards al
Garden Plain & Harper.
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
KrtiiteiH- on Lawrence Avennt, near Central
Avenue. I'ost-Office XU iSB. f
BUNNELL & ROYS,
Fire and Life Insurance
Aseuli A. T. k S. F.IiaiirMtl lands.
Money always on hand to Loan at
Lowest current rates.
The o!de.t established Heal Estate
firm in the citv.
OUU INSURANCE AGENCV.
Aetna, or Hartford $'j,lu2,Gt
German American, of New York.... t.OCi.CSS
Gcrmania, of New Vort 2,70u,7.
Hartford, or Hartford 4,541,210
Home, of New York 7,1-,6I3
Ins. Co. of North America, of l'lilla.. O.OTl.OC
Liv., Lond., and Globe, of Liverpool, 5,771,itO
riiffinix, or Hartford 1,433,049
Underwriters, of New York 3,C09,70t
The Equitable Life, of New York 50,O00,WiO
5jOfficcln Hoys' block, upstairs, over Bank
COlt. DOUGLAS AND LA WHENCE AVS
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
e. Y. iwarTjrjsrsEijX., m. t.,
Proprietor and Surgeon in Chartre,
58 North Main Street
I". S. Catarrh of the Nose, throat and Ears
enred by a mild and new process. Will she
relief at once. Cures liermanent and guaran
teed or the case not undertaken.
GOJLDEN RULE STORE !
'Do iihln other. its
" , '" (ur jjtiHt,
White Goods, Laces, Ribbons,
Edgings & Novelties,
.Prices' at Our Usual Reasonable Figures.
:.-j in 'l get iitir iirii-ei ln-rure atti-mihu -I ei-l.il or anv ot'it-r i.ilei. VV nill inntjdii In
jifh-ei, nfi nv oii 'i'HU.ip,Tlnlly. anil Irate (hp nilh't to the imlilir.
WVLeejillie.liihii iMIj IU ln'ilrr, N'. V.)
LADIES' & MISSES' FINE SHOES.
i:i-j;:int ami ieifn-t illtin. VVenresule agei.tf fur the reIeli-Jte.l
Tlay State Shoe & Leather Company's Boots & Shoes,
lit-ii K well linittii.ill iitortlie emintry, they neel no Miming nu imr psrt.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
We an' in niniiiii of our aeivnnl niiily this
u 111 hjrpnl. lnr tlii
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
iliil not liny our goo-la to Iri-p on our ihflvej, lint intrml U11 them. Wcibinot
W"h to lilmv, liniKorhninlms, hut will continue lii.lnr, in tlir TonerrntiT w.ij- In '.hich w
promU1 iwllte Iri-ilmi-nt, lionf-t .11Iii;h, Jnl to vlhrf utrictly to tli" Oohlen Kill
Nassauer & Hipsh,
122 Douglas Avenue, Wichita.
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
LUMBER. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH.
Manufacturers of the cclcbnttcil
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
Xinctv-ovoii 1HT rent, ptsro Lime. Two barrels will io a. far a tlireo of
any other Lime.
Louisnlle Ccnent, JGcHgaa Plaster and Hair, always cs hand.
H0LL0WELL & D0RAN
.u to the front with the I-alit, XcattNi, XtiMtiiL ami Clicapc-t line of
LcVTS, CAPS & XJEIsriSHITSrca- GOODS
Doujrlas Avenue. Ilettreen Smyth's
Smythe & Hahn,
Contractors & Builders.
Hard pine finish a specialty.
SHOP South End 4th Avenue.
Hke Falktt's Lwfer Yard.
Killeen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam & Gas
fi.is Futures. Steam Utafc k Vealiaiing a
Spemllj. Eslimaies Fnnmhed.
53- Shop on Ponjrlaa avenue In Werner's
building, Wichita, Kansas. I'ostoflice 1k 411.
Machine Shop !
NKAK IKOS BRIDGK.
R. McFARLAND, Fropr.
Douglas Avcuue, uear Depot.
Fnli bread, liie, rake?, eainlios. ron
VcHnnnry, fruit, etc.
(iooih delivered anywhere in Ihe
64 MAIN STREET.-
iou irouhl lie done .'.")
Bprlnj; uf entirely nen" imlU'rin. IIim irlr.
- . ileimrlmeiit. ,
and WallaceV Implement linnets.
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent
Tire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE 100 DOUGLAS ACENUK,
Over Barnes Drug Store.
Largest Apcy ii the Valley.
EVERYTHING SOLD AT
GRAM) CLOSING OUT SALE!
To Begin Juno lt, at
lb. Alice Saits JHlinm Store,
North of Woodman's Bank, west side of Main
CHEAP CASH STORE-
.lust openeil out in the niee. nciv, lilit
of Cili7cns Hank.
BIG STOCK OF
MEN'S. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS
mai:ki:i (h't in plain' not'itty way pown
At MarcUPan Prices.
MEM) AND UKFLKCT!
A GOOD ALL WOOL SUIT MADE SPLENDID FOR $7.50.
J3oots and Srioes
Will be gold at astotiMifit!; low figure". I'lfisc ral! anil tec my stock ami price. Ito
member tbi jilace, one iloor west of Citizens Hauk.
YOUKS VEUY JJKSl'ECTKUI.LY,
T. W. COVERDALE.
MAJOR BROS. & HOLIDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WHOLBSLB .A-HSTID EETAIL.
133 DOUGLAS AVENtJE.
W". S. cnKlJKTT, l'niilpnt. A. IllSsB, VI.
ii. ii. i:ijiiaui)s. .
NOS. 73 AND 75 MAIN
a 8 Main Street,
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS!
Wichita Citv Roller Mills!
MANDPAOTDRE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS:
Jm L f. K.
Th? l.rnn 1 ht. hi. i n the KnilHi hjut, t. Nofth -l nth fur trn jrtr.. wvl hi
won an faTlnhlerepntiitlr.n whfrcT.r Intrixluf..!. T try thrm It tti t'r jrltb thm W r
!nr.T In th market Pr Mht at at lilsl"t cth jirice. ,
SHELLABARGER, IMBODEN & OLIVER.
i rfw j v.-y.Vriv
1 f x try nv fA V jtK ", -" "
lias th Hncfcl Ltnc of
DIAMONDS. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES 1
No. 88, Douglas Avenue, -
IM .iia. M
W. L. McBee,
Abstracts of title compiled on ehort notice.
Fire, Life ail Tirnade Iuiraice.
Represents seven of ihe best Companies in the
Comer Uou;Usaatl Laurence- Room No. s up
targe stock of
store room on Dntiglao Avenue, one iloor west
QOODS DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE.
- .. 1'n'MiM. J. II I1I.ACK, S.o nml 'rnaii.
s. r .ioiissox.
Jttnmtry 11, 1SSI.)
STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
H. W KENDLE,
m. i6TH. m imiuc licul task,
HOBES, GLOVES, CRAPE, ETC.
! tunScr )ifSrM A TlTt trliA'jsr i)lrfl
iriilt Ltmlrrf. iHrr al Ofa
Proapt etlenium I Or4ri fry Ttlryrsph.
- lAvrence's Drue Stor.
SOU M. KOKi, TT Meat.
A. W.f OtrtIB, Yle-IPM't.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANKj
ORGANIZED IS 1ST2.
Paid-up Capital, - - - 125,00,
S.n. KOHN, A. V. OMVER, it. Vf, LEW, a.T.TtnTL,'
X. F. XIEDERL.XI)EK, W.K.TL'CKEB. JOHN' DAV11HOX.
URGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATI.
Do a General Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Business.
JRufortt and Foreign JJxchunije bought and sold.
17.. Bonds, of all denominatiotut, bought and soUL
l-tf County, Totcnshtp and Sfunidpal llomh bovtjH.
It. LOMllABI. Jr.. rrM.ut.
JAS. I..LO.MnAUD. Vlce-1'rM't.
Kansas State Bank.
J. P. ALLEN-,
.T. M. ALLEN, JAMES
GEO. E. SPALTOX,
Receive D.?otits, Moke Collections,
act a General llankimi Business.
COEEESPO M DENTS:
J ESDI IWTOS i CO.. M WlllUrm ft.. N. Y. XATIO.VA1. HANK OV AJIKUlftA. tfck.si.
HI.ACKSTOXE N'ATIO.VAI. UAMC. Botou. MKlttMlAM.s NATM. 1IAMC, KaB'.-u t ttr
.1. O. Pavidfov, Pro. y. L. Iaviisi. VlriMVt. (M.bAVUifoN, S-. -,
The Davidson Loan Co.
Money Always on Hand, to Loan on
OKr'ICK WITH CITIZESS 11 ASIC, Nortlir.t
Oinirr Mnln Strrrt anI muiftliKArrnur,
Bank of Commerce.
(IIATl'Ii:i.! .V IIAICT1.KY.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
Beceivec Deposits, Timo and Demand, at Interest.
Ituys and sells exchange; makes collections; negotiates umninijnil Lit .b,
and transacts banking in alt its branches.
No. 17 Douglas Avutinc, ...... W'feliiln, K"ii-ty"J
KOHOI.HI IIATKIEI.I), 1-rr.I.lcnt
II 1. AM.KN', lr l'ri.llrntnnl Kamlnr
I lilt.MIAAl, AIXHltll-
WICHITA LAND AND LOAN COMPANY,
legates Leans, Sells tt, Places Issue, Ues Eslkelis.
OFPIUK IN IIANIv OI'COMMKCCK lit OMh.
WICHITA, -- 1CA2STHA1'
OF WICHITA, XCAJiTS A S.
Ar. J!'. Cor. Main SV. .f- Ihaniltu Ave.
C. L. DAVIDaON,
Y. K. STANLEY,
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Lombard Mortgage Go.,
o-IN KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDING.
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COMK AND OKT HATES, OH TAUCWAXX.
GEO. E. 8PALT0N, Bncrhlnry
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY
f writs Won"! at Is. rest Jtatrt.
"Issue Right Isralt on all port of l-'arnjie.
Ituyt and Sell (,'or'l omt .Vu'c'il Jltmdt,
'ays Intercut an Ttute leinit
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tn U, a .InlrOt BKAL ESTATE -tfcr AltU Cfrr fROrMfTT
aJ" Ctfiinrriicut Hates of lntrst. jg
J.L. IiYKK, ILILUOYS, SAM'L HOUCIC, KOKT.-& LAUlt EN( V
II. LEWIS, I'rc.I.lrtit. A. A. JlYl CSfer,
S. D. PALLETT,
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER!
lath. siacxrozEa, xooTea tr. arTxrrm.
Office and Yard Wnt End of Douitfa
EroomaB & Peckham,
Staple & Fancy Groceries1
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Etc.
injjit csh price fall for firtadaee. Mre wrA fAtl tin thes&nw
inoy ilun by asy othrr firm la tJ rity. C7orI. ilriirrrtd jrofOl i ?
part of !lH"tily. fy S"lli Mr f Do'tia? aviTfi!nI lrmr yttl
Mala Street, Wkhita, KaBfs. t-if
W. LEVY. CuhU
0, A. WAI.KEK, Aut. Cashier. '
t'.KO. K SFALTON', Ait Csuhl.r
l, LO MP. A Ul, Jr.. 1-
L. LOMP. AHL II. C. DA ,
Uny and Sell Kxchannet and Irons
Improved Tanns and City Protorty
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H, L. DAVIO-ON.
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